Ahoskie High School - Chief Yearbook (Ahoskie, NC)

 - Class of 1952

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' j . f .iv , f 5 z- :Au A l "" 'Tf' SENIORS he -,I CLASS OFFICERS Anne H111 V1ce Pres1dent Gene N1cho1s Pres1dent Betty Jane Harrrs Secretary Treasurer ""T""zr' ESTHER M BALLENTINE 4 H 1 2 3 4 Reporter2 Latrn CIub3 4 Beta C1ub3 4 Marshal3 Annual Staff 4 C1rcu1at1on Manager Pow Wow 3 4 Of f1ce Assrstant Semor Play Cast 4 Beta Play Cast 3 MARGARET EDITH BRACY F H A 2 3 4 secretary 4 Glee Club Pow Wow Crrculatron Manager 4 May Court Attendant 3 6 l 49" A YOU WFUTB D11 ITIY S1818 I IDVB YOU S0 'I Q . -4 Q-surf tf i' , 5 it ' X f 141' We .ld 'Sn LARL RAY DOUGHTIE Halfpint A 1234 Watch D g CHARLESR DUNN JR scoop 4H 1234 Pres 1 Vice es 2 sec 4 Band 1234 C er 1eader2 Annual 5taff hditor in Chief benior Play4 Pow Wow 3 4 sports Editor 3 4 'ICS 'J' CHARLES bTEVE COGGIINS 4 H 1 'P 3 4 Football Manager 1 Varsity Club 1 2 3 4 w Wow 4 Photographer MARY LOU DILDAY 4 H 1 Z Library Assistant 1 2 CARL BROWN "Seemore" F.F.A. l,2,3.4: 4-H, 1,2,3,4: Football, 1,2,3,4g Basketball Manager, 3, Varsity Club, 2,3,4. JEAN LORRAINE CLARK F.H.A,,1,2g Glee Club, lg Bas- ketball, 1,2,3,4g Varsity Club, 3, 4, Pow- Wow, 4, Assistant Business Manager, 4, 4-H, 1,2. if l?52 'Av' 7 yi ,345 I guvfrxv , ,,',:PEJl .: . , . , 4' I H - 3r , .: w W N". f x.i X V F.F..,,,,, o,3g A 4-H, l,2g Bus Driver, 4. ' , A rlf v ' , - , ,,,g . Q' Pr . 'ir ':'.: ,,..:he- , "' ? fix' 'A 1 l as "-23? A y-54155 vwunvllwft BETTY ,IAINII H XRRIb jane Class bec Tteas 4 Glee Club 1 2 3 4 Latin Club 4 Beta Club 34 Marshal 3 Basketball 1 3 4 Varsity Club 3 4 Office As sistant 4 Band MaJorette 23 Annual staff 4 Pow Wow 1 7 3 Play 3 Senior Play 4 HA l'TII ANNL HILL Aunt Hatue Class Vice Prts 4 Glue Club 4 Lat n Club 3 4 Beta Club 3 4 Chief Marshal Basketball l ' 3 4 Captain Co Capt 4 Varsity Club 1 l 3 res 3 Ban 7 3 4 Annua Staff 4 Business 'xlanager su dent Council 3 3 4 Vice Pres 3 Beta Play 3 Intramural Presi dent 3 JAME3 DUDLEY GODNIIN Beans Duckleqs Class Vice President 3 FFA 1 'P 3 4 President 4 Vice Presi dent 3 4 H 24 Beta Club 3 ETTA LUCILLE FELTON "Tootsie" Transferred from Mars Hill, lg Library Assistant, 3. DREXEL FORSYTH "Rex" Glee Club, l,2,3,4g 4-H, lg Latin Club, 3,4g Beta Club, 3,4g Mar- shall, 3, Band, 33 Pow-Wow, 1,4g May Court Attendant, 3. 5tudentCounc1l 3 Bus Driver 3 ,QQ mf, GLADSTONE HARRELL JR Happy Football "' 3 4 Varsity Club 3 7?52 '-uv. 8 -K-.7 S ' . f 4' 'r ' AJ, K "P W M ,V Q y r 1 4 i 1: 1 v, Z t V ,gs Y 4. 4' V , K --.Q ' , - ' XE . ,M , : ' , . 'gn jf 4. , 5, . Y 4 I ' , 1 , : I , : tj. 4, student oofmcii, 2.3,4', 'Bard . 4 , , . . 79 N ' U 1 ilu a ' F. ' 3 s m 9 s s vl, -' 1 23, 5 i , , 5 Pres.,3g Nj .S X' ' ,' , Q ' 4 , 3: WN, . M ' . ,L , L b , 35 ' 4g P f d, L, , ,' W' i A , , 'V ' A Q fl - S V Y QL' 3 I - M-LI x . - . 5 IONA HILL "Shorty" Glee Club l,2,3,4g Beta Club 3,45 Marshal3g Office Asst. 4g Cheer- lcader3,4g Pow-Wow 2.3.45 Var- sity Club 35.4. DAVID L. HOLLOMAN "Valentino" F.F.A. 3,45 Reporter 43 4-H 1,2, 3.45 Vice Pres. 4g Baseball2g An- nual Staff3,4g Art Editor. Pow- Wow 3,45 Art Editorg Asst. Bus Driver 3,43 Senior Play 4. mf N Q-Q' I' 4:4 ' A 'x K fl, L. X I A ' 7 JAME5 HOWARD HOLLOMOIX. Tank 4 H1234 Footballl 234 Co Capt 4 Baseball 1 3 4 Basketball 3 4 Vars1tyClub9 3 4 Vlce Pres 4 Pres Intramural 3 BLSSII: MARIE HORTON C lee Clubl 4 H 1 VILC Pres I Lrbrary Asst 3 4 Pon Won 4 I ?52 19 -'U 'ax' .4-47' 9 f X f 51 'ina ROBLRT LLXILR JOHNSON Bontcmsher A -I ' 3 4 stat e Nlanater sunor P ax PXTRICK lk XYNL JORD XIX Hank lT:otball17 '3 4 Co Capt-1 Bas et alll 4 Bastballl 54 ar I Pt x AON Bll51llLQs Nlana cr .' V Y N N XJ4 N- ',,2 . S r f I , A X .- at 5 in- . 1 V-' Y . 1 I g 1 F.F, . l,2,3,-Ig Tres. 4g -l-l 12, Q V, Q, 3,4g Football l,12,3,4g Varsity Club 'L ' v pf ' 715: 4" P' -' 1: ng. ...---4 at . , kb b f:,:f fve - If I stty Cltb l,Z2,3,4g wx'-l' 45 FRAINKIE LA5SIl'ER IS FHA 123 GleeClub 1234 4 H 1 2 3 Lxbrary Ass1stant 1 Baud 2 3 4 WILLIAM EDWARD LEARY Blg B111 4 H 2 3 4 LatmC1ub 3 4 Foot ball I 2 3 4 Basketball 1 2 3 4 Varslty Club 1 2 3 4 Band 1 2 3 An tual 4 bports Ed1tor ben tor Play 4 Bus Dr1vcr 3 4 Base ball 4 l 'Wi' 4H 3V IN 1055 Q9 'cr "' .fa-nQ DORIS REBECCA LEL Blonche gk-5 BEN R055 MCKEEL T3 Mac 4 Basketball 34 Baseball ars1ty Club 3 4 i'?52 MATTIE ELIZABETH MCKEEL Ch1cken Student Councxl 3 LOIB GENEVA MILLER Sleepy A G eClub 1 23 L1braryAss1stant 1 IO HP. .. ' . ..2 A ' , 5 if 1 v r 1 - ' X NA Q ' ,Q ' ,,z - ' 1 I . : 1 A ' ,Q ,,: ' l . . I L1brary Asslstant, 3. f , Q - my xi F u n -W4 D. . 53 ' , , e W 12,- ,.. . N -s ,. .. Q r F.H. ..l: 16 . :4-H.1 xh 4 . ' ' it I iv ,J N ,ff . ' 1 ,i-Qj'f'Q'7'l Q ,, ,J 7 1 WALKER RANDOLPH MODLINI Mole Transferred from Harrellsvrlle 2 FFA 4 Football 3 Baseball 1 2 3 4 Basketball Manager 3 Var slty Club 3 4 Pow Wow 4 Re. porter Bus Dr1ver .3 4 CAROLYN NE VbOlv E C-leeClub 1234 4 H 1 Latn Club 34 Beta Club 34 Var sxty Club 4 Cheerleader 4 An nua15taff4 Busmess Staff Pow Wow 2 Clrculatron Semor Play Cast 4 7 952 CUR'I'Ib NICHOLS RC Drlxer 3 4 GENE SHERWOOD NICHOLD Brfocals Latm Club 3 4 Band 1 2 3 4 An nual Staff 4 Crrculatron staff school Projectromst 2 3 4 semor Play Cast 4 Class Presldcm 4 Class Secretary Treasurer P IC' ll HAZEL LOUISE MINTON Scotland Neek,2,3g 4-H, 1,2g Li brary Asst. 3. JAMES G. MODLIN "Pete" 4-H,1,2,3,4. 1' 0. 7 A I . . .., 2 v Q - I t - 4. I . , :Y L y V 3 l, :S 1- ' ! vl du AE F.E.A.,1,2,3,4g4-H,1,2,3,4gBus f. y n, , - - if- 4 H ' . 5' . A V' '15 . ' 'F s"4 'A I G- - i .K ,J y ' ,423 . . W! X 4 - ,L. I U J X f ' lla. 44" ,ya s -P WL, A A 1 A 'UK T iw CAROL LOUISE POPE Library Assistant 4 WILLIAM CHARLES POWELL Hunko C ass President 3 4 H 2 3 4 Vice President 3 BetaClub 3 4 President 4 Football 1 234 Basketball 3 Baseball 1 2 3 4 Varsity Club 2 3 4 President 4 Vice President 3 Band 1 2 3 4 Annual Staff 4 Senior Play 4 .4 1 --sf MARTHA RANDOLPH PEARSON Secretary 1 Glee Club 1 2 3 4 Beta Club 3 4 State Secretary 4 D1str1ctSecretary 4 Secretary 4 Marshal 3 Basketball 1 Band 1234 Pow Wow 1234 Cir culation Manager 2 Student DEWEY C. PARKER. IR. "Deacon" F.F.A.,1,2g 4-H, 1,2,3,4g Presi- dent, 4g Baseball, 1,2,3,4g Foot- ball, 1,2,3,4g Varsity Club, 2,3,4g Bus Driver, 3,4. JULIA POE PARKER Class Treasurer, 35 Glee Club. 1, 2,3,4, Latin Club, 4, Beta Club, 3,45 Basketball, 2,3,4g Varsity Club, 2,3,4g Vice President, 35 Of- fice Assistant,4g Band, Majorette, 1,2,3g Cheerleader, 43 Annual, 4g Sports Editor, Pow- Wow, 1,2,3,4g Circulation Manager, 1,33 Student Council, 4, Senior Play, 4. Vfyfl Council 4 Beta Play 3 Senior """"? 1 Play 4 Miss Alma Mater 4 ROSA JEAN PHELPS Transferred from Murfreesboro 1 F H A 1 Library Assistant 1 2 H 5,43 Z?52 Qu 90' "TY ...Q I2 I , Q . ,-.,: ,,: ,L Q ,Q .1 , I , i , , ...C ' , .,,3 ' , 2 - ',. . 5 . : . 3 ,. y I ,: -- ., : , ,Q 4- ,l. . I ' R Q , Q 15 , .J 22 I1 lr A 1 - . - . 5 7 I 9 l ll , V ' ' . . "Nt Q we 1 1 I u ur ll I ,V . . , 1 n r 1 , -1 g ' , 5 , .,,i V , .ri . 3 . , 9 , V , V I ,- A A3 ELLA MAE RUFFIN A H 1 2 Llbr Asst 2 Pow Wow4 CHARLIE CLARENCE BEBSOINB IR Sessmo Class Pres 2 Class bect 3 Latm Club 3 4 Sect 4 Beta Club 3 4 Football 1 2 3 4 Basketball 3 4 Baseball 1 2 3 4 Varsxty Club 1 4 ct Ba l 2 Pow Wow4 Feature Ed1tor4 stu dem Counc1l 4 Presldent 4 ""i JAMES G SULLIVAN IIITIITIIC Class Vlce Pres 2 Beta Club 3 4 'vlarshal 3 Annual 5taff3 4 Junlor Ed1tor3 Asslstant Edltor 4 Pow Won 4 Student Counc1l3 Beta Club Play 3 ALBERT LLE VAUGH XN Cass Vlce Presl 4 H1234 Pr s 1 Sect 3 Football 2 3 4 Basketball 2 3 4 Baseball l 2 3 4 Varstty Club 1 2 3 4 7 ?52 .an if 4.5 X -J E ANN WHITE Glee Club 1 Offlce Asst 34 Pow WOW2 3 4 Co Ed1t0r3 Ed ltor 4 May Court Attendant 7 3 ,4 "" Band 3 KLINDRED L WILLIAM5 'LI sunslunc I 2 A 34 Rep ter 3 l .2 Bus Drxver 4 F.H. . 1,3,g 4- , ,-1 ' ary 2,3, , se' .' 552, nd , ,3,4g 'A A I N -3 ' A 7 . . 1 A 3 f. - l l , : ' . 4. 3 T 'Ml V V 1 T T. 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J ' ff, ' N ,J Hi I.,f 2 ,,, J ,-fa , '5 " , X f ' BILLY JEINKINS T .I JERNIGAIN CHARLES RAY IOYINER JOE KEININCHAM I C LASSITER THOMAS LEWIS WAYNE LILLY , BILLY LIVERM-XN ELIZABETH NIAT THEWS RIC H XRD NICKEEL TONIMY NIITCHELI .IXNLT MITCHELL DOROTHY MIZELLE BLANC HE MODLIIN EVELYIN MORRIS BARB XRA 'VIOSELY HARRY PARKER JOHN PERRY EARNLSTIINE PRITC HARD HARRYLL RUFFIN JO AININ SEXT ON MILDRLD SLX VON BOBBY SMITH EARI E SMITH JO ANN SPARKS IANI STORY XIAURICE SULLIVAN JANET SUMNER IANICE SWAIN LYINN TAYLOR JI XN VAUCHN MABLE REID VAUCHN CAROLE NNHEDBEE ADA LEICH WHITE TOMNIY XNILLIXMSON CHARLES WILLIFORD CHARLENE WILLOUGHBY JIMNIY WILLOUGHBY , I SHIRLEY WILLOUGHBY g, hh FRESHME SALLY MOORE LARRY POWELL VICC PICSICICIII Secretary CH ARLES MADDREY Presxdem f' 3 L.. iff " -Q. 'Pl I8 FRED MILLER Treasurer JANICE ALSTON FRANK ASHEIELD ELSIE BAILEY TOMMY BARNES MERRILL BELCH JEANETTE BELL CORA MAE BLOWE JOSEPH BLOWE JANE BRACY MCCOY BRITTON SHIRLEY BROWN BILLY BURCH AGNES BYRUM CRAIC CASTELLO DOROTHY COBB JERALD DAVIS JOYCE DAVIS IMOGENE DILDAY MARY ANN DILDAY JUDSON EURE MERRILL EVANS P XTSY FAISON SOPHIE ANN FAISON THOMAS SENTER FAISON GLORIA FRETWELL ., Ay -, an , I X X . 5 ,J I . M, xl A 51 I . l I 1 av ' ,ar I ,V li 3 I I YAQQ I . :fry JJ J 1- ,A ,PT 6 a J . T: rc' 4 I I I r n EQ Q ' Q ' 'J A I . - J I if J . X v I V xi' Q I . Q , I ' ' 1 F , b A' fo 4. ,W 'Z N 1 I f-v 'I J, , N 4 f , ' - 'J " Jar M 1 .3 A Q , ' J il ' - J g 'iw A - 'B f' J I, Q. for I " I JANE FRETWELL KATHERINE GODWIN LEORA GODWIN WILLIAM GREENE CAR.LTON HALL RAMON HARMAN WILLIAM HARRELL JIMMY HILL LIBBY HOBBS KAY HOLDER MARY ALICE HOLDER ARTHUR HORTON HENRY HORTON JOHN HUGHSOIN EMILIE JERNIGAN KENNETH JOHNSON BARBARA ANN JONES BERNIE JONES RAY LASSITER JOHNNY LIND COBIN LIVERMAN RICHARD LOWE MARY JANE MATTHEWS MARY MAXHAM THOMAS MINTON ELSIE MIZELLE J .5 HAZEL MIZELLE -sn JAMES MODLIN JOYCE MYERS JANE MCGEE S' JOSEPH NICHOLS RANDOLPH NICHOLS RICHARD ODOM BETTY POWELL CAROLYN RIDDICK ' 2 1 J 1 ge je, JU IOR HIGH BILLY ROGERSON BILLY ROSE BILL ROSS ALBERT SUMNER TOMMY TREVATHAN ff: DIANNE UPCHURCH BETTY WILLIAMS MILDRED WILLIAMS IACKIE WILLOUGHBY ROBERT WILLOUGHBY ES TH ER LEE WINS LOW PA IGE WOOD LARRY WYNNS RANDOLPH ,IERNICAN NOT PICTURED BILLY ARRIINGTON ELLIS DONALDSON JERRY UNDERWOOD EIGHTH GRADE OFFICERS lst Row Al Benthall Presrdent KGJ Shr ley Woodley Treasurer fWj Joan Overton Reporter UU Sh1rleyMatthews Secre tary QWJ Bernre Credle Ser geant at Arms 161 2nd Row Jack Bunch Secretary QGJ Pat Brrtton Secretaryffjvy Mrtchell McKeel Reporter QWQ Olrver Proctor Presrdent QVU Joe Matheson Vrce Presrdentfwj SEVENTH GRADE OFFICERS lst Row Steve Harrrs Vrce Presrdentfwj Nancy Whedhec Secretary Treasurer QWQ Brlly Boone Vlce Presrdentflvlj 2nd Row Randolph Brrtton Secre tary Treasurer QMQ Icancttc Nrchols Presrdent fWJ Floyd Bryan Reporter CVD Tofnmye Ann Hughes Presrdent flxlj 20 Jn EIGHTH GRADE IX il-lv MRS N E GODWINS SECTION lst Row Brlly Bracy Durwood Coker Barbara Ann Doughue Al Benthall Srdney Futrell Mrs N E Godwrn 2nd Row Duke Askew Fred Bracy Betty Lou Brett Molly Belch Emlly Askew Emrly Edwards 3rd Row Clarence Barnes Johnnle Johnson Gay Harrell Peggy Bracy Loulse Falrcloth Barbara Harrell 4th Row Venrce Mae Blow Ir1s Harrell Syvrllla Horton Bernre Credle Pat Brrtton Drckre Garrett 5th Row Robert Copeland Earl Holloman Jack Bunch Bllly Asbell Ray Brabble 'ug I-I MISS EARLINE WHITEHURST S SECTION lst Row James Olrver Rountree James Jordan B111 Smoak Rrchard Trllery Mrss Earlrne Xvhlt hurst 2nd Row D1Xl6 Lee Puckett 'vlary Rose Sulltvan James Joyner Faye Lewrs Stuart Wtll rams Ralph W1lloughby Olrver Proctor 3rd Row Brlly Sparks Dan Ross Sylvia Jenklns Shrr ley Mathews Joan Overton Paul Jones 4th Row Shlrley Woodley Mrtchell VlcKeel Jackte Whedbee Edna Sperght Barbara Overton Joe 'vlatheson HalL1verman 5th Row JoAnn Lrnkous Jean Wrlloughby June Morrrs Lenora Mrtchell Paul Lassrter Tommy Wheeler Eley Newsome 21 ' 4 , m -L -1- ' f" If A ' 2 I I 0 I 'I ' rw 'S t , is K xr K " K 1. 1 421 C I 'I , I . k . , . 3, Y . 1 ' I V5 -Q ' gig 'I ' Q: A " ' .' 1 - I , -JL I , 4 .e ' M ' 'I . .. , 8' V a fri ,V W Yr I r' A I5 W I, Q g S9 t A 9 SEVE TH GRADE MISS MARTIN S SECTION lst Row Anna Gatlrng Robert Blowe Sldney Harmon Rrchard Lee Askew Joan Dunlowe Mar garet Byrd B1lly Boone B1lly Wayne Drlday Mrss Hrlda Ruth Martrn 2nd Row Betsy Freeman Anne Beal Chuck Edwards Charles Hall Rachel Blowe Margaret Cowan Jrmmy Frances 3rd Row Mary Ann Fretwell Jrmmy Early Marte Burkett C L Jernrgan Betty Lou Fretwell June Howard Lloyd Earl Alston 4th Row Earl Smrth Tommye Ann Hughes Barbara Byrd Ed Ro bert Evans Jrmmx Blowe Mollre Hurst Wayne Conner 5th Row Nancy Faucette Geraldrne Godwm Randolph Button Floyd Bryan Arthur Brown Bruce Holloman Eugene Davrs MRS WHITEHEAD S SECTION lst Row Jean Ross Robert Ward Ruby Jean Hughes Betty June Davrs Burlelgh H111 Faye Lee Mrs Anme Laur1e Whrtehead 2nd Row Jeanette Nlckols Steve Hams Dwrght Krrkland Bernard Jones Delores Barnes Suzannah Parker Joann McLeod Ruth Perry 3rd Row Paul Wall Maxrne Wrse Jean Murry Margaret Overton John Lrttlewood Arthur Moore Henry Matthews 4th Row Betty Jo Lass1ter Charlre W1llramson Robert Wrllrams Edrth Perry J1mm1e Wrllrams Ph1l1p Modlrn Mary Jo Vaughan Susre Tlllery 5th Row Everette Llvermon Betty Snnth Shrrley Schumaker Betty Sue Ray Mary Ellzabeth Smlth Donald Harrell James Smrth C C Rowe NOT PICTURED Fred Nrchols Eddre Lawrence J1mm1e Raynor Nancy Whedbee Donna Roundy ,L J - rw I 4 I , B' 5 J f W' I fa y fs ' ,. ' N 0 .. ' V I .r if fr if , M A xf A Q - :. 'x . ': b ' , . ' , ' . . - 5 . . , . . . , . . : , , , - . 7 ' 7 . I 4 ' V A fmv' , 1 ffl 2 G , ' 4 ' aa, Q W ,z v, I E1 nr W i V . .J A ' I , I I V Y at B as A at 7 ,Q A ' , ' s K A A J 2 . 1 , R '51 . 2 . , . . ' . ' ' . . : I I I 7 U 9 , . . , . . . : ' . ' . , ' ' . . . CUUE1 Old golden rule days 1' 3 Jjfl 11,1 'F' , ' , o 6 . 6 x ' , 'g A ' , f , 15:9 "we, ' ' 'A' X K , -tl '. 'Wim . I ' , 'l1Xx'xXmxx"x.. X H ' ,. ,mu k kmmxxy X xemx mu X-x x wk A X N mx V -1' N '1 X ' r' W' f V ',a'-, Aff ' A "ix ,N I ' , ' -1 I X d , mfg af ie 7252 ,gf-ae Julra Poe Parker Carolyn Newsome Wrllram Leary Gene Nrehols Dee Hughes Esther Ballentrne Standmg Charles Powell Jrmmre Sullrvan Ann Hrll Charles Dunn Davrd Hollornan Betty Jane Harrrs Mrss Deborah Brown Mrs Lots Brett Seated 74a eine Edrtor rn Chref Assocrate Edrtor Jumor Edrtor Crrculatron Staff Busrness Staff Sports Staff Art Edrtor Sponsors Charles Dunn Jrmmre Sullrvan Dee Hughes Esther Ballentlne Gene Nrchols Charles Powell Anne H111 Betty Jane Harrrs Carolyn Newsome Wrllram Leary Julra Parker Davrd Holloman Nlrss Deborah Brown Mrs Lors Brett At Work I f, ' 'QA Q . ,, W s . X ' ,, . 1 , f' . I " 'Qt : 1 . 1 "' . A as at I 2 D ! D . l I X 1 1 4 f , . . - - . . M I N . . . . . . .... . l ' 23 THE HOSKIE HIGH CHUOL BA FLAL BLARERS lxlarr.,1e Prrtehard Betty Jo Krff lxlrldred Nrllrams Barbara Mosely ImoqeneD1lday MAJORET l'ES Bobby Cuy Martha Pt arson Katherrne L odwrn Dee Hughes Shlrley Woodley Palqe Wood Jackre Wlllouehby CLARINETS Harold lxlrtchell Joe Matheson Ralph Wrllouehby Randolph Nrchols Merrrll Evans Pete Wrllough by Chuek Edwards C C Rowe Lloyd Alston Stuart Wrllrarns Charlene Wrlloughby Dennts Nrchols Jrmmy Earl, Arthur Brown Dou las Vvllltl. Janrce Alston SAXAPHONES Steve Lrpsrtz Robert Lee Catlrng Fr d M11 ler Jenn1nr.,sRuff1n Rrehard Odom TRUNlPl:TS Charles Dunn LeneN1chols Wayne Lrlly J B Beamon Jr Anne Hrll Horace Domus Frankre Lassrter BARITOMES B1lly Brtdsoers Floyd Bryan Thomas Farson FLUTLS Carol Whedbee Sophre Parson CYMBALS Tommy Brown DRUMS Mrldred Sexton Katherlne Odom Jo Anne Sexton Janet Nlttchell Robert Story Charles Arllrford HORNS Betty Lou Brett Barbara Overton NlargaretCowan lzdna Sperrght Joan Overton BASSI S Bobby Smrth Sally Anne Barber Rrchard Lowe BELLS Mary Ann Jeter Joanne Sparks Cay Harrell BEFORE 'I HE GAME 'img .1 2-1 V xv. Y I' ' I, X, 4 3 I B . i ' Y.: N I I y I H 1 ' , cl I - Charles Ixladdrey, J. Jernigan, Charlton Hall,'Jimmy Hill, Grafton Bearnon,'L. K. Godwinl Jr. 'TROMBO'NESQ , ' r 5, ', ' 1 I 1 : ' ' , ' , ' . P: W W il .Wit . ml at in I 3 I ,, ,,, A A , -I S, J J J ' -- '1 "ff -- l X ' A THE AJORETTES lst Row Bobble Guy Chref Majorette 2nd Row bhrrley Woodley and Dee Hughes 3rd Row Pa1g,,e Wood and Katherrne Godmn 4th Row Jackre Wrlloughby and Martha Pearson WHO S SHOWING WHO " I MEAIN BUSINESS' Y 2 Av TIIIS rs how rt s done w1th DUNN ab Drreetor Robert Broun ply es a les son to one of hrs 90 puprls Sterlrng Ruffrn a 45 lb bundle of musrc and rhythm the four year old son Of Dr and Xlrs I B Ruffm who has been a major atrracrron wuh the band SIHCC he frrst appeared wrth rt on September 1931 : " , I 'X ' . : I ' . : " ee 9 r 7 9 ee 1 I wi Q t 'if' - l .wqul I - Inq... , Q A ' A fx I I if-13: ,..,0 fn ,, , fl". I 14 ' 7 A . I 7 I., A- . ' r ' 25 ' " THE GLEE CLUB Mrss Nlartha Jean INIOCIIIIT Drrector lst Ron Jane McGee Glorra Fretwell Julra Godwrn Sally Moore Martha Pearson lona Hrll Joanne Sparks A nes Byrum Und Row Jean Vaughan Ann Gray Judy McKeel Joyce Coker Sally Anne Barber Carolyn Newsome Betty Jo Krff Cora Mae Blone Pat Creene Mrldred Wrllrams Patsy Parson Bell Em1lyJern1Qan Leora Godwrn 4th Row Kerrae Stallrngs Carolyn Rtddrck Bobble Guy Joyce Godvxrn Myra Phelps Marge Prltchard Dee Hughes Mary Ann Drlday Jean Holden PRACTICE BEFORE THE BIG NIGHT Q' SV ig 26 3rd Row: Anne Hill, Drexel Forsyth: Julia Parker: Betty Jane Harris, Frankie Lassiter, Margaret Dnkes, Jeanette mx as ID F I .' I I A '- OFFICE STAFF Mrs Myrtle Overton Secretary to Pr1nc1pa1fSeatedj Iona H111 Margaret Sumner Ann Whrte Judy McKee1 Julra Poe Parker Betty Jane Hams Dome Brrtt Merrgzaret Dukes LIBRARY ASSISTANTS i 'Utmost Seated Dranrc Lpehnrch 1e.1nV.an han Radrel Harrell bmndrng. Charlene Wllloughby Lourbe Pope 1,111.1 C odmn Anne Burgh fN1lSS FrancesCr1x Lrbrarmn 27 . 'K - W . 0 . Q .1 5 .M . FN ig ' V 5 M x f W 1' H F ' Zi, - U Q . . . . 6, y M- va ' I my t Y F 3 Q I , 2 at , V ,, , X F :J . , LL R 4 ' , - f' x ,I N , ff , I , ' I . -'Wi N 4 , ,., k - Z Iwv. I .J,,, ,I I' f, A , I Y y A N' 1 W 1 V I VIF, I I . ie Fpaca- Wan l 74a Staff aj Me Pam Wm Seated Ann Gray ASSISIHHI Feature Edltor Iona H111 News Edrtor Charlene Wrlloughby Assocrate Edrtor Ann Whlte Edrtor Charles Dunn Sports Echtor Davrd Holloman Art Edrtor Standrng Charles Sessoms Feature Echtor Steve Coqglns Photographer Drexel Forsythe Assrstant Cll'Cll13I1OIl Manager Edlth Bracy Cxrculatton Manager Jean Clark Asslstant Busmess Manager Pat Jordan Busrness Manager Ben N1cKeel Assrstant Sport Edrtor Mrs N1 A Harrell Advrsor l-LJ we 9 mv I TN ?oca Wm Welpeu eated Betty Jane Harrls Julra Poe Parker Randolph IX1Od11Il Janet Mrtchell Report ers Xlrs Nl -X Harrell Sponsor Bessre Horton Reporter Strilldlllg, Esther Ballentrne Dorothy Nllaelle Reporters -ll Prerce Assrstant Lrreulatron Manager Ella Nlae Ruf frn Reporter 28 '- M V W y ,W 1' - Q . Q .M I t tvw V., og V. D- ' 'nrt' I I " C e , 5 55 ,J ' 'A ? C 3 ' V: ay. e L: 4 Q 4 A ' - 5 N s, xx I S J V ey Q , 1 if . 4: Y , ' 1 ' n ,n I' . '. : V4 4, , I 4 . l ' 3 , ' l g l , ' ' 3 . r. , 1' .., J K 6 i x H wk A ,. .5 .-kg ss. .qi Y , Q., ' M f' S 2 , 'I ' ,, " ,' I - 5 QI .l . . :A ' I . . I ' : ' V . ie Zeta Zia! I Rf lst Row: Chester Rogerson, Vice-President, Martha Pearson, Secretary, Mrs, Emma Martin, Sponsor, Dee Hughes, Treasurer, Charles Powell, President. 2nd Row: Carolyn Newsome, Drexel Forsyth, Betty Jane Harris, Julia Poe Parker, Margaret Dukes, Pat Greene,Anne Hill, Betty Jo Kiff, Jimmy Sullivan. 3rd Row: Esther Ballentine, Dottie Britt, Edith Bracy,Sally Ann Barber, Anne Taylor, Sara Willoughby, Shirley Ward, Frances Jones, 4th Row, Glad- stone Harrell, Steve Lipsitz, Bobbie Guy, Katherine Odom, Joyce Godwin, LaMar Dilday, Harold Mitchell. Insert, Lower Left: Charles Sessoms and Iona Hill, Weed of Me ff. 79745. Zelda Ahoskie High School's Beta Club is affiliated with the national honor organization based on leadership, scholarship, and character. The thirty members of high school Beta Club are juniors and seniors who have maintained an average of 90 or above, throughout high school. Martha Pearson, local secretary, is also 1951- 1952 District and State Beta Secretary. MARTHA PE ARSON 29 indent ocean!! Seated Mr Joe Lassrter Advxsor Pat Creene VICE Presrdent Char11eSessoms Presrdent D1ck1e Newsome Sec retary Mlss Deborah Brown Adv1sor Standrng Anne H111 Anne Taylor Betty Harrrs Betty Ann Askew Steve LIDSIIZ Elbert Pr1tchard Maur1ce Su111van Charles Maddrey John Hughson Martha Pearson Ju11a Parker James Niodlrn R1chard Odom Bobby Guy Katherme Godwrn Carol Whedbee Dorothy Cobb Jean Vaughan calm I 1stRow BODDIE Guy JCSSIC Asbcll B111y L1V61'I118l1 Joe Kemmgham Robert Story 2nd Row Steve LIDSIIZ VICE P1'CS1dE11I Katherlne Odom J B Beamon 111 Horace Downs Lalviar D11day Myra Phelps Sh1r1cy Wrllouphby 3rd Row Char11e Sessoms Secretary Pat Greene ASS1SI3.I1I Secretary DICRIC Newsome B111 Dunn Margaret Dukes Drexel Forsyth Penelope Freeman 4th Row Dee Hughes Program Cha1rman Mary Ann Jeter Carol Whedbee Treasurer Barbara Moseley Reporter Blanche MOd11H Ann Gray Janet M1tchel1 5th Row Betty Jo K1ff Pres1dent Joyce Godw1n Betty Jane Harrts Esther Ballentme Ju11a Parker Jane Story Carolyn Newsome Stanchng Anne H111 T J Jermgan M1ss Deborah Brown Sponsor Not P1ctured xV11113l'T1 Leary Gene N1ChO1S 30 11 f- ' . ' : 1 , ' A : ' . " . ' ' - ' 57 I I H I Y I 7 A V ! I 1 I P ' I L " 40,1 5 5 F1 -sw 11 H1111 A W S... ci 1, ., il ,., I 1 x X 19 or pr -. Y ' I I 0 1 I I I I I l i Y 1 1 - - 1 , . I v - BU DRI ERS Q0 ,. .5 I it 45 JH' 1 Kal' Kneelmq, Len Taylor Ray Doughtle CLll'I1SINlCllO1S DLld1LyG0dW1ll Dewey Parker Standmg MT Bruton Sldlley Mnchell Lurus Howard RobcrtD1lday Randolph Modlm W1111am Leary DRI ERS EDUCATIO i l 31 In Plas: r' d -4'---nf , y R- y ig 2-R' l 7 TK F 1 0 'GJ' V ,1 . ' 6 ,. ' zz ,- ,X R , 7 1 , P t g.. .MV z' 'MA I lt- S, r , I s. 4 K K Q N . r , V A X D . 3 ,LL V q - , s-- 'R 4 - K if A: "wo, A I . g.. , , , . ' . , '. . . . . . Y V I I I I 9 , L L L it f , , ' R an y I- x I Mme? dgwdqfg 491 lst Row Shlrley Dllday Ltnda I-ntlell Sally Anne Barher Niaggle Alston Sarah Xkrllonghbv Pl'CS1ClLllI llla Mae Barnes VICL PI'LSldLllI Edrth Braey Ann Cray Treasurer Anne 'Iaylor Znd Row Jeanette Bell Dorothy Cohh Agnes Bryurn Secretary Sally Moore Patsy Falson Mary Ann Dllday Mtss Frances Nuxhw Atlxrsor 'Srd Row Flxzabeth Matthews Janet Sum ter lnlogsent Dlldaw IISIL B3l1y Betty Ann As kew Jlllb I-retwell Mlldred Wllllams C lorla Fret well Nlarx Alltelloldcr 4th Row Dorothy Mlzelle Rachel Harrell Jessle Rae Asbell Evelyn lN1OI'f1S Ennly IEI'Illi an Leora Codwtn Kay Holder 'B Andrex Nlanty Brttton Ann Nlaynette Peterson Maseot M ist ot f-,gm 40-v A T XX ORK 1454 4 32 Bl ,jf s-.49 'P i NEW X octane R.. ,..,--' X 1ST ROW 1 C Lassrter Davrd Holloman Reporter Randolph Bracy Secretary Robert Early Rav Doughtre Brlly Burch Arthur Lee Horton Thomas Mmton John Hughson McCoy Brltton Tommy Barnes Gerald Dav1s Kenneth Johnson 2ND ROW Mr L C Peacock Advlser Ray Cooke Eugene Hughson Raymond Harmon Sh1r1eyBrown Merr1llBelch Wxllram Greene Larry Wynns Brlly Rogerson Harold Ruffrn W1ll1am Harrell Cratg Castello bert Prrtchard Vtce Presrdent Thomas Lewts B1llyJenk1ns Cobrn Lxvermon Brlly Rose Joseph Nrchols 'SRD ROW Bobby Belch Dank Hudson Fred Downs A J Harrell John Perry Drdney Mttchell Curtts Howard Rob ertD11day M T Button Kendred Wrlllams Randolph Modlln Carl Brown Elmer Johnson Treasurer 4'IllROW Frances Benthall James Conner Bernre Jones A T Byrum Bobby Wxllrford Tommy Trevathan Dudley Cadvwtn Presldent 7a tie Woe X - '17 lm :Q Ig F . 1, . I , - 'V : 1 .' R 'L' "f ' . wlff t ,. , . , .- .L 22- . Q' W 'mr AKAA I . A If . . 1. , 'I , , D I ,. I, 1 . . , . , n . . E1- 33 . . . . . , . ' ' . ' J ' I , , Ze , J , . , 5 I . .. .J 4' If f f, K v gg QQ: ' -fav .Q " 4-71 H FIRST ROW: Ann Taylor, Charles Dunn, Sara Willoughby, David Holloman, Bar- bara Mosely, Dewey Parker, Thomas Edwards, Sally Moore, Chester Rogerson, Imogene Dilday, SECOND ROW: Ken- dred Williams, Raleigh Baker,Bill Dunn, M. T. Britton, Robert Story, Bobby Dick- erson, Elmer Johnson, William Leary, Judy McKeel, Joyce Coker, THIRD ROW: .s Curtis Nichols, Pat Jordan, Ben McKeel, Curtis Howard, Len Taylor, 5idCIW Mitchell, Jimmy Holloman, Esther Bal- lentine, Ella Mae Barnes, Linda Futrell. FOURTH ROW: James Modlin, Billy Bridgers, Steve Coggins, Horace Downs, Thomas Faison, Johnny Lind, Eugene Hughson, Robert Earley. FIFTH ROW: Ray Doughtie, Dudley Godwin, Charles Powell, Pete Willoughby, Henry Horton, Dorothy Mizelle, Janet Sumner, Evelyn Morris, Sally Ann Barber, Carolyn Rid- dick. SIXTH ROW: Agnes Byrum, Mary Ann Dilday, Katherine Godwin, Paige Wood, Dorothy Cobb, Mary Jane Mathews, Elsie Mizelle,Mary Alice Hold- er, Janice Alston, Peggy Bracy. SEVENTH ROW: Rachel Harrell, Betty Ann Williams, Jeannette Bell, Jane McGee, Dianne Upchurch, Gloria Fretwell. 1' I mm uvlls M I ii' . 'Qoqa ......- Iona Hill, Carolyn Newsome, Julia Poe Parker, Earle Raynor, Dottie Britt, Jean Vaughan, and Pat Greene. During football season "Dank" Hudson and Bobby Belch. ' 34 4 'S' QAHETI:RIA WORKl:Rb ISI ROW Mrs Bprmliarbpr bupcrxrsor MrQ Beulah Byrd Mrx Mary Parker ZNDR N MrQ Nrua Rogers Mary Izasorr Lpola Brown .gl e I . v- r ,S r 3 ,. M . V' . 2" I A I W' , ,ir N1 ' 3 .4 I A . ' rt in I :iq ,QLY ? it 3 3 M 5 A I , , xy u ' Q fw N, w ': g. ' ' ', ' ff' 3 K, 1 , '. ' OV: -,r" x Y l iw, .. ' y .-, 1 ,ki ' ff? , s rf Wdeca af tie ,4Z4ZeL'6c e Press Box and the seetron of permanent bleechers that was burlt thrs past season In the near future thrs type of bleechers wrll surround the freld A v1ew of the Ahoskre Hrgh School Campus lookrng south west The prcture shows the north wrng and the mam burldmg 3b Th .. .. ,- - - . I V in 4, .3 .1 , X tv fi? Q , , ra . I 1 'K V S JR, ' n , v x ' Q w ,fn , W4 , A . ' 1 sl , .. as :s , n ar A vt , L n .... ..,, ml" is . .. ,r.',.-V , . al WUBH WE WBFB 3 CUUDIE of HIUS If f , 1 if W , g .1 ., u 1 3 Q . ' Q 1 u CH AA CLASS A CH PIONS 19 1 1ST ROW Hardmg Wood Charlle Sessoms Charles Powell Rwletgh Baker Elmer Johnson J1mm1eHolloman Chester Rogerson Wrllram Leary Davld Leary 2ND ROW Drckle Newsome Albert Vaughan LaMar Drlday Bobby Drckrnson james Travrs Carl Brown Carroll Credle Franc1s Benthall John Perry Dewey Parker Junlor Hoggard 3RD ROW A1P1erce Pat Jordon Gladstone Harrell Kenneth Johnson T J Iernlgan B1llDunn L1nwood Damels Tommy Mrtchell Joe Kemrngham Coach Freeman THE SEASON REVIEWED Ahosk1e H1gh School's m1ghty 1951 gr1d1ron Ind1ans fought through a mne game schedule and three post season games to capture the confer ence cha1np1onsh1p and the State Class A champ1on shlp The team as a un1t was determ1ned to be champ1ons and th1s they d1d w1th f1y1ng colors Wlth the help of our great coaches and the un faltermg team Splflt our m1ghty team molded 1nto a un1t wh1ch could not be stopped Th1S they d1d not do 1n Just a day It took long hours and a lot of hard work from the players and the coaches to do what they accompl1shed The team was not a team of one or two stars but one of wh1ch every man was a star W1th th1s and the ab1l1ty to block and tackle the team left behmd a record wh1ch w1l1 long be remembered as one of the greatest teams 1n the hxstory of sports at Ahosk1e 37 Coach Young QQ 99 O O O O O O W i 3, F . V - 'Y I Q ' ' . ' 9' , Q 'K' SENIOR LET TERMEN -6 , 'Q' if sq hmrny llolloman Cuafd Pat jordan Back Albert Vaughan Wrllram Leary Back I ma Q-iii I1 CharlrenSessorrrs .snr ,.,ar 'X ,W Center Tackle --Q: f Carl Brown Charles Powell Elmer Johnson Center Gladstone Harrell Dewey Parker Tackle fl SCORING The rrughty Indlans scored durlng the season a total of 286 po1nts wh11e only allowrng the opponents a total of 62 The Ind1ans crossed the goal l1ne 42 t1mes and made good on 18 of 42. extra po1nts Lead1ng the 1nd1v1dua1 scor1ng for the rmghty Ind1ans were Backs Hard1ng Wood and Albert Vaughan w1th 119 and 72 po1nts respectwely Th1rd 1n the scorrng parade was Drckre Newsome quarterback w1th a total of Z5 Fourth 1n scormg and tops among the pass catchmg ends W1l11am Leary scored three touchdowns and two extra pomts Fo1low1ng the f1rst four htgh scorers were A1 Prerce w1th 18 Tommy W1111amson 12 and Pat Jordan Jlmmle Hollornan and Dewey Parker each had s1x polnts 38 Q' A 1 fr ' Y . ' ' 1 ' . v. N l 'V , I Y , K, 1 V X E d Q S 1 we r Q 1 A V t 'E V A , V ,,-' , Q 1 YA WV Ty 1 r 1 'QM ' A V 3 E d Albert Vaughan IDI N N CTIO SCOTLAND NECK The mrghtx Indrans opened the 1951 Na Season on September-1 by travelrng to Scot land Neck The fmt game was not out stand rng because even though the defensrve unrt was stong the offensrwe was shaky lxever theleas thex broughthomewrctory wrtha 14 0 score Back All Eastern Honor able Mentron All State RICH SQUARE The fxrst home game wasplaved the fol lowrng week when the lndrans scalped the Rrch Square Devrls 24 1 ,rl Ralergh Baker Guard S Q ,lrmmre Holloman Guard Co captarn All Con ference Honorable Mentxon All State 9 N, l 0. C Q . . 1 . , D - ' , ' ' 3 1 1 ' ' , 5 ' 1 V - m Y 5 Y ' 'I , ff.. N ' f . U, x 5 x 'A . tx V -ov X as M K X ., , xx, if ' ta 9 - ' : - 3 THE WARPATH if SPRING HOPE The Sprrng Hope Rarders got the1r revenge w1th a 7 6 vrctory over the lndrans on the Ralders home Fteld The de fesmve unrt played rts usual good game but the offensrve had butter frngers whrch hrndered 1n the progressrve movements PERQUIMANS After the frrst defeat the lndrans couldn t seem to get back rnto the wrnnrng column The Perqurmanslndrans wrtha l1ttle addrtron help defeated the Indrans 15 6 Even though the score seemed a l1ttle one srded both teams played football the way II should be played The Leary Brothers Davrd and Wxllxam Ends The Latter made Honorable Mentxon All State Charles Powell Tackle 40 QQ 99 at T s 'lifif g ..i,, ,ly ,... - 2 ' . l 1 T T - , - .. . " . Q- T X' dx " LL EASTERN N THEM KI G" TARBORO On October 5 the Indrans shrfted rnto low gear wrth a vrctory over the Tarboro Trgers by a score f CENTRAL HIGH The Indrans had a easy slrp mto second gear when thev scalped Central Hrgh of Elrzabeth Crty 31 O 'W Dewen Parker and Charlre Sessoms rf Ends Lamar Drlday n k Carroll Credle n 41 -ui l 28 -- 14. F' 2 A U we E' 1 ,,44 fx gt if E dn .E 2 an 'i E d M u f , - 1 4 PULLING A N Q SN PLYMOUTH Now the mighty Indians have shifted into high gear In th1Q game the Indians showed that they were well drilled on the fundamentals of blocking tackling and running By these thingb the Indians came home victorious with a more of 33 fheQtcr Rogerson COLUMBIA The previouslx undefeated Columbia eleven was stumped by the Tackle All Conference llappy Harrell Tackle Bobbv Dickerson Tatklc Honorable Mention All state Linwood Dan1elQ Tackle 42 CQ 99 - A -7. ' ' Indians on their hlorne gridiron with the final score of T35-0. 5 W, W fa, r 'J mv K ft HOW DID THEY GET THERE? VN ILLIAMSTON The hxgh hgh! of the byacon was whgn thy Indxans playpd IhL11'hOlI1L. connng, galnp nuh Wxlhalnslon who want downto dgfeat 17 U Tl'11S galnb put thy Indxans IH dIh1'LL way nh for thg Albumalc Confgrpncn Tulg C arl Brown C :MILK PLAY OFF WITH RICH bQL ARE In the spcond Qncounur of th Lawn wlth R1Lh Squarg thg Ahoxkn Llgvpn dpfuaud tha. Rgd DLHIQ 33 F for thp Northgasu rn C halnpmn h1p Tommv Mltchgll and Hard1ng Vkood Back The lauu mam Honor a L Mcnuon X11 Stan Confersncg A17 HQ nur whn L n LIIILI HE WE T LL THE WAY' Dickie Newsome Back Honorable Mention All-State I MASSEY HILL In the Eastern play offs Ahoskie met and defeated a very rough and aggressive Massey Hill team 12 6 This game made Ahoskre the Eastern Class A Champions and gave them the right to play Walnut Cove the Western Champions for the State Championship WALNUT COVE Climaxing a great football season the Indians proved their power by defeating the Walnut Cove Wildacts 52-0 in the Class A North Carolina Championship on the Ahoskie Athletic field. K Pat Jordan Back -We 44 Al Pierceg Back 19 1 JUNIOR ARSITY P00113 LL SQU Prctured from left to rrght FIRST ROW Fred Bracy Joe Blowe Pat Button Fred Mrller Pete Wrlloughby Jack Bunch Rrchard Lowe Ray Lassrter Jrmmy Early SECOIND ROW Dan Ross Jrmmy Hrll B1llyRogerson Carlton Hall Charles Maddry Rrchard Odom Wrllram Davrd Harrell Floyd Bryan THIRD ROW Ralph Wrlloughby Bernre Credle Joe Mathewson James Modlln Charles Howell Henry Horton Ha1L1verman NOT PICTURFD Johnny Johnson Larry Wynne Joseph Nrchols Randolph Nrchols Ralph Harrell Tommy Trevathan Brlly Bunch McCoy Brrtton JAYVEE S SEASON REVIEWED Ahoskle H1gh School had 1ts flrst Jun1or Varsrty foot ballteam th1s year andl1ke the f1rst season for any actrv 1ty the season was spent 1n laymg the foundatlon for future operat1ons The frrst few weeks were devoted to cond1t1onmg exercrses and gettmg the squad orgamzed so as to begrn practrcrng football fundamentals The squad was only partrally equxpped for the f1rst several weeks and that held back the heav1er drrlls unt11 about mrd season when everyone became more or less outf1tted It obta1ned frfteen new un1forms and w1th several that had prevlously been used by the vars1ty the squad was pretty well equrp ped Wrth only a few weeks remarmng rn the season the squad began preparmg for rts flrst game whrch was to be played Wlth Rrch Square They lost that game Zl O and were later defeated 2.5 13 by the Frankhn Va Junror Varslty 45 . . . . , . 1 - 1 1 1 1 1 . 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I 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 I 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 , 'I' 3 1 N . , - n , - v ' 1 - Zaqlz 'gczcdetfczif 7mm FIRST ROW Cleft to rrghtj Coach Young Hardrng Wood James Travrs Albert Vaughan Carroll Credle Wrlham Leary Charlre Seesoms SECOND ROW Qleft to rxghtj Al Prerce Pat Jordan D1ck1e Newsome Davrd Leary Ben MCKeel Bobby Belch INDIVIDUAL SCORING Player Po1nts Albert Vaughan W1ll1am Leary Charl1e Sessoms James Travxs Carroll Credle Bobby Belch Pat Jordan Dav1d Leary Ben McKee1 D1ck1e Newsome Al P1erce Jmmmy Holloman T J Jermgan Total 34 22 O8 0 1252 Seaman feacecaed The AhOSk1C I-hgh Ind1ans ma1n ta1ned then' good coach1ng and ath letlc ab1l1ty ln the 1951 52 basket ball season The team left 1n the score books records of 17 v1ctor1es many of Wh1Ch w1I1 long be remem bered at Ahosk1e Hlgh and seven defeats The lnd1ans scored a total of 1252 pomnts dur1ng then' 24 game season wh1le allow1ng the opponents only 911 I I 1 . . . . - ' ' 9 . . . - Harding Wood 151 - . . - - - . 1 , ' 1 6 ' . . 94 . . - 46 . . 44 ' ' 27 ' . 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' l A6 Off 7a ,4 Quad Staci C ARROLLE CREDLE forward ALBERT VAUGHAB guard HARDING WOOD guard 47 if CHARLIE SESSOMS center WILLIAM LEARY forward BEN MCKEEL fo rwa rd cgi 7lym7 7eam The Ahosk1e Indlans marntalned us good coachrng and athletrc abrlrty 1n the 1951 52 basketball season The Indrans left tn the score books the record of 17v1ctor1es many of whrch w1ll long be remembered and seven defeats After only f1ve days of practrce the Indlans opened thelr season agamst Gatesvllle The Ahoskre qurntet showed they were the team that was gorng to be hard to beat by defeatlng Gatesvllle 38 28 Next the Indrans met and defeated Gaston 63 10 The Ahoskle team won the AhOSk1C Holldav Tournament durmg the Chrrstmas Hohdays by defeatrng Roxobel Kelford 67 27 Bear Grass 40 36 and Conway 40 34 Comrng back from the Chrrstmas Holrdays the Ahoskte Indlans recexved therr frrst set back of the season Wrth the help of therr football exper1er1C6 Scotland Neck defeated the Indrans 40 30 Followrng the defeat at the feat thrs t1me at he hands of Roanoke Raprds by the score 41 39 What IS he up rn the AIR about? 48 BOBBY BE LCH guard I I , If K - N . 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I X gb . - ' . , x A I . - . - ' . hands of the Scots: the Indians again tasted de- r J 13 3 6 Q it ,-" Je came ca on In the next game the lndrans got revenue by dcfeattng the Scotland Neck team by a srrrashmg score of 09 43 The lndtans were agatnput rn the loss column by another two pornts dectsron at the hands of Roanoke Raprds 42 40 Then the Indtans rolled back rnto hrgh gear by defeatrng, Bath 73 45 Xttlltamston 51 36 and Murfreesboro 66 39 Roxoboro gave the Ahoskte team tts next taste of defeat wrth a 56 48 score Bethelf65 511 Perqurmans Htgh of Hert ford Q55 513 and W11l13mSIGUf4l 311 fell tn successron before the lndran massacre Next the Ahoskle qurntet traveled to Bethel and came home xyrth the short end of a 61 -14 score The Ahoskte squad h1t the wrn column agatn by defeattngg Rtch Square 39 35 Mur freesboro followed sutt and fell 08 54 Sal emburg completed the lndtans regular sea son wtth the Indtans wtnntng, 37 oo In the Dtstrlct Four State Class A Plav offs held tn Ahoskte the Indrans fell rn the ftrst round to Jamesvrlle 39 33 w La-2R.3.....a tl Dtckte Newsome forward Al Pterce guard Davtd Y eary, center llLR1.'b HOPIINC- -.-.-uv-ww., Q.. . , I .im 0 .. . i ffl- '53 2 ne. 1 ' 3 ".4.1,v :,?j .p , , , 4 V , .- .Q ,,V..4gar3 A . - X - - . 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I Q ' I Y A i m VS N .19 7757-52 77lczcdeaa gczaketfafi mm ANNE HILL JULIA POE PARKER Forward Forward 6146614 BE TTY JANE HARRIS JEAN CLARK Guard Forward mam feaaewed The fV131dSllS have now completed one ofthe out standmg years of g1rls basketball 1n Ahoskte Htgh School even tnough they d1d not w1n all the games each game was played to the end wtth a Yvlflfllllg spxrtt The glrls played thrtlltng games all season long and all of thelr games were close and evenly matched The Ahosk1e Matdens started off therr season wrth a bang wmntng two out of two games played before Chrlstmas But after the holtdays they couldn t seem to get on the rtght foot when they lost the next three tnarow The btggest up set ofthe season came when the Maldens came back from a stomptng given them by Roanoke Raplds to beat them by 10 polnts on our home court In the only cross w1thCo1umb1a the gtrls came out VICIOIIOUS The defeat by Hertford was followed by vtctory over Gatesvtlle and W1ll1amston The ftrst game wtth Murfreesboro was an outstandlng game even though the Matdens were defeated The next game Ahoskte was vtctortous over Bethel The next three games were played wtth Hertford W1ll1amston and Bethel each of these teams beat Ahoskte by not more than two polnts all of whtch were made 1D the last few seconds of the game MARGIE PRITCHARD EARLE RAYNOR Guard Guard 50 1 I . itll' U 1 . . 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Quad .fuck Ia mm of 52-5 DOTTIE BRITT Forward MARGARET DUKES BETTY HARRIS Guard Guard The next defeat came from Rrch Square one of the better teams of thrs sectron In a return game w1th Murfreesboro the Matd ens got thetr revenge by beatlng them two pornts that were made m the last seconds of the game In the f1na1 game of the season the Mardens were defeated by Wrndsor Even though they were defeated they made the htghest score of the season rn the game Tothe f1rst three forwards and one guard who are Semors we say thanks because you played the game w1th frne spurt and played for the team and not for yourselves To the team of next season GOOD LUCK' 7?5f 52 Qamee Ahoskxe AhOSk1C Ah0Sk1e Ahoskre AhOSk1C AhOSk16 Ahoskre Ahoskre Ahoskre Ahoskle AhOSk1e Ahoskre Ahoskte Ahoskte Ahoskxe Ahoskte Ah0Sk1C Ahoskre 51 Ga tesv 111e Gaston Scotland Neck Roanoke Raprds Scotland Neck Roanoke Raplds Columbla Hertford Gatesvtlle Wxlhamston Murfreesboro Bethel Hertford Wrlltamston Bethel Rrch Square Murfreesboro Wtndsor PLAYER ANNE HILL JEAN CLARK JULIA PARKER ANNE GRAY EARL RAYNOR NIARGARET DUVES DOTTIE BRITT MILDRED WILLIAMS BETTY JANE HARRIS JEAN VAUGHAN NE HILL Scania? P OIN JULIA PARKER 52 TS JEAN CLARK Edo Zeta' These grrls Anne Gray Jean Vaughan Mxldred W1ll1ams Myra Phelps Betty Jo Krff and Carolyn Rlddxck were also members of the 1951 52 Aho skre grrls basketball team who should have had therr plctures xn the annual but because of the lack of photographs we were unable to rnclude these .ri 5211001 CIBYS SCIIUDI CIBYS GUCCI old QDIEIEII rule days P.E8d1I'1 I1 I'1t1I'l I1 I'ltl'l1'I'1Bt1C THD SC ng I II 551.-f W1 I :'ii3f'54'f,2?'? v .tx J 3 :fn itmhi 'UA 45' we . 44,71 , I I I ' I I I I ' ' I I I I ' ' I4 EI B fi' I2 f 3 Hi Ii 915 In Mesa V, as Q I igff-fs, ,fu b,qm,,5g,?,g? s,,V3fv? , , T, ,-3, ,, Vfqvxzif rr! g iff "f, 'A ,A If- . hi 4! 54 523' if' Iii: I , gg , - f f ' 4,. HL ,-, yi, 5 V 2? if I Q35 'Iii 32 T ,fi "6 YV g , f l , I A LAM fi Ig? I 1.4 AROUND AND ABOUT A H S IN SNAPSHOTS hai 'fx DNA-if 'Y 4-9 :ill 3 B qv AVEXIHJLWLR' CN SNAPSHOT And so we tho Semor Class of 1952 go out from the hallowed halls of AhO5k1C lllgh leavmg you who follow only memoues some of wluch we hope you W111 flnd ln thls xssue of THE CHIEF Do not forgot us for we shall uuer forgot you bod bless and keep you Charlns Dunn Edltor THE LHIEF 52 UT v2 '-7'-52' al' 9'-'v YOU WBPE ITIY Q81 l1'1 CBIICO 1 ll .' I VV. H. 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