Apex High School - Summit Yearbook (Apex, NC)

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THE S U M M I T VOLUME II 1939 1 bl hdiay THE SENIOR Cubs or APEX HIGH SCHOOL APEX, N. C. DEDICATION WITH sincere appreciation, we, the class of 1939, do dedicate this, the second publication of THE SUMMIT to MRS. J. W. PHILLIPS, who has been an inspiration and aid to all. Her loyal friendship and untiring efforts will be a cherished part of our memories through the years. -, 1: ..,. ef-1 yi, , FACULTY J. M. HOUGH A.B., Wake Forest, Post Grad. Carolina Superintendent MRS. J. W. PHILLIPS AB., Elon College French-History MISS EULA MAE ARNOLD AB., W. C. U. N. C. English MISS ANN CRAWLEY B.S., W. C. U. N. C. Music MR. C. J. BROWNIE B.S., N. C. State History-Coach MISS LINDA NEXVTON A.B.. Meredith College Mafhemalics lVlISS GERALDINE CAMERON B.S.S.A.. W. C. U. N. C. Commercial Work MISS GLADYS BENTON AB.. QUC2HS'ChlCOYA MH!h?IUUf1'CS'SCl-QUFC' MISS JESSIE RUTH CUNNINGHAM A.B., Greensboro College English MRS. C. C. TRIPLETT BS., W. C. U. N. O Home Economics MR. C. C. TRIPLETT ELS., N. C. State Agriculture MISS MAMIE LUTIIER AB.. Oxford College Sub-Freshmen MRS. BURTIS BENTON Meredith College Music L-.M-.-,ef-.-,A .-,- f.. ,......-4 L , Ii It l . , . A . H? U! 1 SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS LILLIAN SUGGS .......S .A., P resident CARL HOLLEMAN . . .Vice-President ANNIE RUTH CASH I . . . .Secretary ELIZABETH LIENAU I . . . ITreasurer JOHNNY HOUGH . . . . , .Mascot ANN BAILEY , . I , .Mascot Scans CLASS MOTTO: Look thou not down. but up. CLASS PLowER: Sweet pea. CLASS CoLoRS: Nile Green, Pink. Page F our HOLLEBIAN CASH LIENAU IIOULQII BAILEY BETTY BAKER Rccitznimw Contest 2, 3, -lg Cllcc llulm 3: lJ!'IlH121TlC Clulw .lg IXl:nuuger lhskn-tlmll TL-:un 4: Scluml llzmml 4. ELLEN BAIl.IiY lJl'Il1IHlllC Clulm 2. 43 llunw lico- nuumics Clulv 3: Jmlrxmlism Clulv 32 I-ljgflzf Staff 43 Supa-rlutivc 41 -crelzary :mal 'l'ru:lsux'rr llrxmmtic lluln, C. H. BRYAN l'rufvssi4m:1l Clulv 2, 3: tllu- Cllllll 4: SFMMXT Stuff 4. lVlAROARliT COOPER Nznllville High Sclnml lg Nurscs' ilull .21 Vice-Presixlent lllcu Clulv -ll 81111:-rlzntivs 4. lVlARGARET CASTI. IZBE RRY Mlm- llulm 2, 35 llrxnniulc llulm 43 mm' liclmunmics Clulr 43 ,lmu'unl- um Clulr 13 Home llyyfivm- 43 Music l 33 lircuratimlg Nlzumgcr Ilrznnatif l lllll. SE IORS XVADE BAKFR Y, 'lf ll. F. Clull lg l'x'nfusslux11nl Clulu lg Atlllclic Clulm .lg lfmvtlwznll 4: Qlllmvrlzziivc 4, WARREN BAILIQY Y, 'lf ll. F.Clul1 l. 2. .L -l: Base- lvzlll l, Z. 3, 4: lluakvtlxzlll 41 Foot- lrzlll 4: lk-1:1 llulr .w. ANNIE RUTH CASH Class President l. 2: Class Vice- l'x'L-siflc-ut 31 Class Sccrc-tzu'y 43 Beta Clulr 3. 43 ViceAPrL-sinlmmi Slumleut Bully l: Secretary llmfg-Nxilmumznl Clulu 2: Yhfvfm' Staff 3: Stu-luut Cuuucil l. 23 Assistant l'14litm1in-Cllicf Ilf- ljfflflx 4: Bnskellmll l, 3. 5. 43 llrzl- mzltxu lluls 41 lluwl' lmznnlcl' l. 2. J. 43 linlitur-in-Cllief all Svxlxlll' 41 5lI1iL'I'l1lflYl' 4. ETTA COOPER Nnslxville High Sclmul l: llr-:xltlx Qllvcn 4-ll Clulw 33 511111-1'l:ltlw.' .ig Mlm- llulr l.1ln':n'1:m 4. THELMA YVOMISI. li lilcv Clull l. J, 3. 4: llumc ECU- umuics Clulr 41 lfirsi Alml Cmlrsc 4. Page Five DORIS GOODWIN Glee Club 1, 2. 33 Home Ecu- nomics Club 43 Athletic Club 4. SYLVIA GOODWIN Nurses' Club 13 Home Flconuniics Club 23 Glee Club 33 llramatic Club 43 First Aiil Course 4. MYRTLE GOODWIN Clee Club l, 2. LIZ Athletic Club 4. MAE HOLLAND Millbrook lligli School I3 Athletic Club 3, 43 Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4. THELMA JOHNSON Glee Club 2, 3. 43 Literary So- ciety 1, 23 Beta Club .Ig First Airl Course 4. Page Six ' ' ":. .sv zrvnc :1a SE IORS . V -. l' 1 ' J., :fi IDELL GOODWIN Home Economics Club 1. 2, 3: filet' Club l, 2, 33 l,l'0fCSSlI'lIIZll Club Z3 Nurses' Club I, BOBBY GOODWIN X. l'. Tl. F. Club 1. 2, 3. 4: Professional Club 23 Project llleclal I3 Athletic Club 43 Superlative 4. MILDRED GARRARD fllusic Memlal I3 Nurses' Club 13 llome Economics Club 23 lllee Club K, 43 Superlative 3, 4. CARL HOLLEMAN Professional Club 23 Class Treas- urer 33 Journalism Club 33 Beta Club 3, 43 Declamation Medal 33 Marshal 33 Vice-President Beta Club '33 Vice-President Class 43 Bancl 43 Bus Driver 43 President Beta Club 43 Business Manager SVMMIT 4. DAVID LEE JONES X. T. H. F. Club 1. 2, 3, 43 Ath- letic Club I, 23 Football 3, 43 Basket- ball 43 Student Council 33 President Sturlent Council 43 Superlative 4. iw LOUISE KELLY l'rofcssinmal Club l. 22 NlZl'l'SllIll 2, .lg lluuw licmmvmiics Club 31 ihlll- lrliv llub .w, 4: Basketball 3. 4. lVlOZlZl.Lli LANCSTON film- Club J. S: Athletic Club 4: lfirst Aiml Cuursc 45 Basketball 4, B U RTON LOWRY Sturlc-ut Cuuucil l. 23 Pre-sillt-nt lbcbatiug Club l, 2: Class Presiilcut 3, .23 'l'uf1fwf' Statl 5: Bus llrivur 3. 45 Prufl-ssiuual Club 35 Dramatic' Klub 41 Assistant Business Xlauagi-r Srxixixl 4: Siipiwlzttivc 4. VUOODROW lVlAYNARD Y. 'l'. ll. lf. Club 1, 45 Stucleut Cuuucil lg film' Club 2, 45 Athletic Club 2, .lg lfrmtball l. Z, 3. 45 Base- ball l. J, 5. 4: Basketball 3, 4: linux' img 2, .ig Superlative 4. KATHLERINLQ NICHOLS llaskvtball li filcc Club 5. -li Rlwuliug' Club .35 'liuppw' Stall' 31 lluuu' llygirm- Club S. 43 Hume Ecu- nmuiu Club 4, .N 5. N ,, SE IORS THELMA KIDD Boulee High School lg files Club 43 First Aid Course 4: Supcrlative 4. ELIZABETH LIENAU Class Secretary l, Z, 35 Class 'l'rc-asurer 45 l'i'sxfc-ssiulizxl Club 25 lilee Club 35 Aluurualism Club 33 Basketball l, 2. 3. 45 llume Eco- nomics Club Rcportv.-r 45 Home Hy- giene Club 45 Ili-I.ig1l1t.t Statf 45 Presirlcut Dramatic Club 4, RACHEL IVICFARLAND Bvta Club 3. 43 First Aill Course 4g lilee Club 1. 2. 3. 4. FLEMING MILLS Bnone Trail High School 1, 2, 35 Athletic Club 43 Frmtlmall 45 Basket- ball 4. LOTTIE LEE PENNY Glee Club 3. 45 Home Ecmmnxics Club 2, 33 First Aiml Course 4. Page Seven MARY SW1NsoN PIQNNY Class SGC1'L'tai'y lg liitskt-tlutll lg flume Econuniics Vlula 3, 43 illu- flnli 2, 3, 4: Iuppw' Stull .xg lfirst Aid f'otn'se 4. TANNIE RACE.-XN llome Flnlx l, 2. .33 tllee Vlnlu li First Aid liunrie 41 llztskellmll 4, FRANCES SEARS filzlss SeCi'etai'y lg filee filllll l. 2: Student Council 2, 33 llrznnzttie Vlnlm 3. 43 Treasurer :ind Sc-cwtztry llrzt- mittic l'lnlz 35 Beta Flnlm 3. 45 llumt Hygiene 45 Pre-sitlent llmnt- lien' xmmics Flnli 45 Advertising Nl:n1:tg4-r SUMMIT 4: Snperlzltive 4. l.lLI.lAN Suczfss Vlziss Marshall lg Sec1'etzn'y llulrzn- ing flulm Z. 33 Class Secretary .lg Yice-President Student tim't-1'nn1vnt Kg 'Treasurer Beta l'lnl1 .ig Vliief Nlztrshal 3g llrzmizxtie Vlulw 3, 4: Vlziss President 4: Secretary lh-txt Clulx 4g Class llisttmrirni 4g Iitlitur- in-Fhief H1"1.z'y11t 4: Assistant lidi- toi'-iti-Chief Stxlfslll' 4: Sti1lci'l:ttix'c 4. FLMER LEE TUNSTALI. lilztss President l: Y. T. ll. lf, Vluli 1, 2, 3. 4g Professimial Flnli 15 Dramatic f'lnl1 43 Vice-l'i1-sitlviit Ulztss 3. Page Eight SE IDRS Vlnl Wl'l.l.lAlNl l7OWl'El.l. X. 'l'. ll, I". Flnlr l, 2, .lg Bus llrlvei' .l. 42 lwmtlmll .lg flnlm l, Z, 5. Athletic lfMMl5l.lNlE RVAMS Nnrst-s' Vlnli 23 llttmt- liemimnics 1 2. S. 4: llziskvtlmll -ll First Xld l'm1i'w 4. WlI.l.IlE l.lElE SIMON l'mft-ssimiztl Vlnlr lg vlunrnnlisnl llnli Z: Tu,h111'l' Stull' .41 Ili'-I.1'f!lrI.v Qtull' 4. CATIHQRINLQ SMITH tilve l'lnlr 2, .lg Athletic Vlnlm 43 lfiiwt Aid Vmirwt- 4. BIEN TIQAVIS Y. 'll ll. lf. Flnlv 1. Z. 3. 45 lJi':tni'ltlt' tlnlr 7 l 4' ll 4, Nlatrslml l, Z2 'l'i'cztsl1l'4'1' X. 1. ll l' lilulv. eta Clnlv DOROTHY UPCHURC11 111111111 1fC11111m11C5 1111111 1. 2, 3. 4. Ilzlskn-1111111 4: Hcame 11351161111 P11111 4, ROSALIIZ XVILKINSON 12100 l'11111 2. 3: Athletic 111111 4' 1'11wt .X111 l11111'w 4. Mfwmi XVILKINS 1.11-v 111111 1. 2. A. 4: 111111111 1',Cw 1111111111 111111 4: 11111 A111 11v111':1' -1. E1.IZAB1jT1-I XVILSCN Athletic P11111 2. 32 11:1SkPt11:111 J, R. 4. l':111t:1i11 11z1SkQt11:111 '1'1':1m 4. S1111c1'1ativc 4. ODELL XVOOD .X11111-11C 1411111 1. Z. S, 4g Y. 'I' 11. 17. l'11111 S. 4. SE IURS : g - . I.IDA XVILKINSON 1111- 111111 1. 3. .13 1711111111110 I11111 '11's1 A111 Iourse 4: 3111111-111 1111111011 4: Xlce-P1'cs1r1 1411111 4. C111 IJ1-:1m:1111' DOROTHY XVILKIERSON 111-:15:1111 1'1z11n 1111111 514111111 1: 1111'1' 1411111 J. 3. 41 A11 111't1c 111111 .w. DORIS XVILSON 111111111111 111g11 561111111 1: 1,14-e 111111 111111110 f'11111 4: Ifirsl A111 : .1'L'1'L'1Ei.1'j' l'1:1ss 2: S111 111111'N1- 4 Nc 11v11l l'111111Ci1 3. I,1i'1"1'I1i BELL 1211-4-11 Hrupe High 1.11-u V11111 4: I.ite1'a1'y 1:1141 A111 ll1111'99 4. WARIQEN XV NV OOD Sc1w111 1, Z S11cic1y 1. 2 OOD Y. '1'. 11. F. 4111111 1. 2. n. 43 A111 11'11c 111111 lg Be-1:1 C1111 1"11111I 41 Yivx'-1'1'i-S1114-11 1 S, 42 SC111111 t Y, '11, 11. If Page Nine SENIOR SUPERL TIVES XIARGARET CASTLEBERRY ANNIE RUTH CASII LOUISE KELLY DAVID IEEE JONES Best Looking ELIZABETH VVILSON XYOODROW BIAYNARD Most Athletic CARL HOLLE MAN Best All-Round BURTON LOVVRY TANNIE RAGAN Jlloxt Orzgmal WADE BAKER Zllost Studious ELLEN BAILY BIILDRED GARRARD C. H. BRYAN Most Illusical B est Dressed SENIGR SUPERLATIVES Bossa' Goouwm l.1LL1AN Straus ANNIE RUTH CASH NIARGARET COOPER CARL I'IOI.LEMAN VVOODROXV MAYNARU Cutesi .Vast Likely to S1frr'C1'ri ,Host Popular THELMA Kum FRANCES SEARS XIARGARI-QT C.xS'rL1-11:1-Lulu' XVADE BAKER C. H. BRYAN Xxv.XRREN Bum' fllost Cazzrtcazrs Most Digrzificd Biggest Flirt: tgfzc 1939 Szzzmnff if -wg! HISTORY OF THE CLASS OF l939 One night I had a strange dream, a dream which pictured to me the class history of a model high school senior class, and strangely enough, the members of that class resembled the members of the class of '39 at Apex High School. When the curtain of sleep was drawn aside to reveal the picture, I saw a combination of students from Apex, Fairview, and West Wake, frightened by the mysteries of high school. They were showered by Algebra, English, Civics, and other subjects unfamiliar to them. It was not long before the sun shone again and I saw the students in the class rooms, under the general direction of Mr. Gibson. Miss Briggs and Miss Newton were unraveling the puzzles of Algebra, Mr, Stevens was lecturing on Civics, Miss Briggs and Mr. Woodward were teaching English, Miss Honeycutt was peeling off phrases of Latin to stupefled students, and Mr. Triplett and Miss Maness were training future farmers and their wives. Near the end of the scene a very different feeling prevailed in the students' minds. for they realized that happiness may be derived from high school. A temporary curtain was drawn upon the scene, closing the introduction to high school, Upon the rising of the curtain for the second scene, I dreamed of many outstanding students showing promise of future scholars, teachers, orators. athletes, lawyers, ministers, and leaders. The new classes did not seem so bad in this scene. Miss Cowing joined the faculty to make Biology and French more interesting for the students. Miss Thompson took on the responsibility of teaching English, and Mrs. Triplett the responsibility of Home Economics. With the com- pletion of this year's work, the students were very glad to receive the title of Juniors for the third scene. Among all the activities of the third scene, most outstanding was a dream of the lovely Irish banquet, at which the Juniors were hosts to their upperclassmen. All members of the class had become outstanding in all iields of school life, including scholarship, leadership of the class and student body, athletics, and club work, which held possibilities for debaters, nurses, dramatists, journalists, athletes, farmers, house wives, and scholars. Miss Cameron introduced business life to business-minded students, and those of a political nature were led in campaigns by Mr. Gibson. The end of the scene depicted the students ushering out the seniors of '38 to make room for themselves. And then the nnal scene began to unroll. I saw students present in Miss Cowing's home room who had not been in the original group, and a few of that group were missing. Many activities were going on. The students started to work on the SUMMIT and the school paper, athletics, and club work. Miss Benton, Mr. Brownie, Miss Crawley, and Miss Cunningham joined the high school faculty, which was ably guided by our new principal, Mr. Hough. The seniors kept their scholarship on the highest possible level. Never has there been a class to graduate from Apex High School with greater abilities or possibilities for success than has the class of '39. My dream ended and I slept. Now that dream has been fulfilled. We shall remember our high school days as a beautiful dream, one never to be forgotten, and we shall make our lives entirely the same way. We know there will be heartbreaks and disappointments. and everything will not be pleasant, but we are going to forget these things and remember that there are silver clouds just beyond the black ones if we will only look for them. We can continue to live our lives of dreams by keeping our class motto ever before us, "Look not thou down, but up." Page Twelve Cfqpev H1213 fl School '- it xi V10 19-3 9 SlUY?fY2l'f iff3iTi7'iif' IUNIQR CLASS 4 OFFICERS DOROTHY MCCULLERS , . ..,.....,. ...., C lass President DON HYATT ,A,...A.. ,,,. V ice-President DORIS UPCHURCH . . , ..., Secretary NOLAN Comms , . . ..A. Treasurer 'A' Page Thirteen LQf"j,f?Q,X' fl QSCXIUOZI Mg., , IU IOR CLASS MEMBERS PEARL BAKER RUTH BOWEN CLAIRE BRANTON CHRISTINE FRANKS CLARA GOODWIN JESSIE MAE HILLIARD PAULINE HOLT SUDIE MAE JACKSON RUBY JOHNSON KATHARINE JONES PAULINE LAWRENCE MARGARET MATTHEWS DOROTHY MCCULLERS ELIZABETH MCNEIL RUTH MCNEIL LOIS MORGAN VIRGINIA MORRIS VIOLET OVERTON KATE PEEBLES DORIS UPCHURCH MARGARET UPCHURCH LELA WILSON LOUVENE WOMBLE RACHEL WOOD MAUDIE YARBOROUGH TOM BEASLEY NOLAN COOKE WALLACE GOODWIN LEWIS HOLT WILLIS HORTON DON HYATT RAY MATHEWS BOBBY MAYNARD CARL MORRIS JESSIE LEE POLLARD ERNEST STEVENS, JR. LEWIS SWAIN RAY TINGEN TOM TUNSTALL DICK UPCHURCH MILTON HINNANT HOWARD SMITH LLOYD POWELL Faq? Fourteen 'w I-s 1"-revs-eva-fwfr:-w J! xP 'l'5'I5l TAY.: UPI-IGMORE CLASS LZIDITII MARRIIAM . GRACE COUNCIL I HELEN SCOTT . . , MIXRGARIET WILSON ANN BEASLEY HISLEN CAMIIIIELL NIARY ALICE CAMPPal2I.I, GRAQE COUNEII, DOROTI IY GOOIJWIN PAULINE HOLLAND HARRIET HOLLEMAN MARGARET HOLT LOUISE JOHNSON CATIHERINIE JONES I3IuI'I'II MARRIIAM MAIIIEL MCIMANUS MARY HELEN MILLS LOLJISE POE RUIII POE BLANEH PRINCE CLARA LEE REAMS OFFICERS . .President . I , . .VIUCG-l,fL'Sl.d9l7I . . Secretczry. . I . , Treasurer MEMBERS HELEN SCOTT LOIS ANN SEAOROVES CIIARI.O'l"I'l2 THOMAS VIRGINIA THOMAS BELILAII UNDERWOOIJ MALLIE UNOERWOOIJ CIIARI.O'I'TE WILKINSON LOUISE Vv'lI.LIAMS VERTA MAE WILLIAMS MAROARET WILSON MELBA YARBOROUOII 'ISALMADGIQ BAILEY DAN BECK JOHN LLOYD CASTI. IQBIJRRY ABBA COUNCIL GATES DEAREN IYREIJ VEROLISON ff . . . , . . .TOM FRYAR FISALMADGE BAILEY .MILLER WOMBI-I3 MILLER WOMELE JAMES FINCII TOM FRYAR ORUS GARDNER XVILLIAM HILLIARO REX HOLLANIJ JOE KELLY DILLARD MASON IIRANR OLIVE JAMES OLIVE VERNON POE HERBERT SLITTON PENN UIJEIIUREII I., Z. WILKINS MII.LER.WON1BI.l5 SAM WOMIILE PIIILII1 WOOD GEOROE WRENN Page Fifteen 1-v:Sr1.I, ' FRESHMAN CLASS BUYS LINWOOD VJIMBISRLY J. E. WIMBFRLEY HERIVIAN MORRIS . . I.I'iSTliR RAY BABE DICK BEASLEY RUBEN BUROESS JAMES ALBERT DANIELS SIIERWOOD FRANKS ROSCOE FRYAR LEONARD GARDNER LEWIS GLOVER T. C. HARRIS JIIVIMIE HINNANT ROY JONES BERNARD LASIILEY CLIFTON LAWRENCE ROY WAI,I,S, JR, Page Sixteen OFFICERS-BSCCYIOU C MARVIN MAT'I'HI2WS EDWIN MCNEIL WILLAIQD MCDONALD JACK MEDLIN W, C. MILLS HIQRMAN MORRIS CECIL MORRIS JOIIN KENT PEARSON BILLY POE KENNETII PIERCE BILLY PIERCE RUSSELL POOLE LINWOOD WIIVIEERLY , . . . .President . . Vz'ce-Presidenl . .Secretary W. T. ROUNDY, JR. MAIQSHAL REAIVIS DAWES SEAGROVES CALVIN SPEAOLE ALVIS STEVENS J. T. SEARS WARREN TUNSTALL LINWOOD UIJCHURCH J. E. WINIBERLX' ANDREW WACENIQIQ VERNON WIMBERLX' GLENN WOMBLIZ XVALLACE WOMBI,1i EUGENE WOOD PRESI-IMAN CLASS GIRLS INIOLEIENI: XV1I.I.lAMS IVIARIIZ RAGAN . . HILDA MCNEII, ELDORIIZ LOWRY I CHRISTINE ANDERSON HAZEI, BAKER MARY ELIZABETH BANKS JANE BEASLEY ALLIENE BRANTON DOROTIIY BROADWELL DEI-IELIA BYRD RUBY COOKE I.A RUE DOLLAR KATIE EUDANKS SUSIE FERGUSON RAQIIEL GOODWIN ISRXIA HOLLAND FLORENCE HOLT VEOLA HOLT EDNA RUTH HOOKS OFFICERS SECTION A . Preszdent DOROTHY OLDHAM SvI'r0luz'Lf I'I'I'e-Prvsident ALICE WONIBLE . ,,I.I'L'tlSLl!'L'!' SECTION B , Presiclent JANE BEASLEY SCCFEIUFH VI'Ce-President RUBY COOKE . I , ,Treasurer LOUISE HURST KATHLEEN LAWRENCE ELDORIE LOWRY CAROLYN MARKIIAM ANNIE JEAN MAYNARD I.INA NIAYNARD HILDA MCNEIL DOROTHY MILLER ELSIE MILLER DORLAS MORRIS LOURINIS IJENDERGRAIVI' DOROTI IY OLDIIASI HELEN PENNY AIJIELL POE ELSIE POOLE A MARIE RAGAN DORIS SESSOMS NADINE SILER BLONZA SMITII PAULINE STOKES AUDRY STROUI1 JANET SUGOS HELEN TINGEN KATHERINE UI1ciIII3Rc2H ELIZABETH UIJCI-IURCH HELEN UPCIIURCII MAR.IORIE UIHCIIURCII I7OI,I.Y UPCIIURCII ISIOGENE WILLIASIS ALICE YVOIVIBLIE KATIIERINE WOIxIIsI.E LACY WOOD ALMA HOLLEMAN Page Sauvrvlcm 1- Agfa' I 9 3 9 51117111111 SUB-FRESI-IME MOONEY ASHLEY ERIC BROADWELI. JOHN HARRY BRIGHT, JR BILL GOODWIN LEAMON GOODWIN LENNIE MANN GOODWIN ALBERT HOWELL HUBERT JOHNSON LOUIS JOHNSON DOUGLAS JONES ROBERT MILLS DOROTHY DAWSON GENE GLASS RUTH GOODWIN IVIETTIE HAZEL JONES KATHERINE IVIAYNARD EMMA IVIARKIIAM DOROTHY IVIILLS RUBY JANE IVICIQARLAND EVELYN OVERTON IVIATTIE POE Page Eighteen MISS I.UTIIIER'S SI5Cl'I ION I.OWEI.L OLIVE CURTIS POE CAREY SEAIIROVES. JR. THOMAS SCOTT ZEB SMITH NORMAN UI1c:HURc3II LA RUE BROADWELI. RUBY GOODWIN MAE LEE JOHNSON GRACE JONES LINDA KIDD MR, IVIILLERS SECTION VIRGINIA POE EDNA POOLE DORIS POWELL ELIZABETH ROGERS ESTHER SMITH ANNIE LOIS TRAVIS CHRISTINE TUNSTALI. CATHERINE UIJCIIURCII SIDNEY CAIVIIDBELI. 1 1 P----WM, L 14 pm I i1,f2!1 haf IVIERLE IVICINEILI. BLANCIIE NANCI1 BEATRICE OLIVE DIXIE SEAGROVIQS EDNA EARL STEPHENS ELINOR UPCIIURCII NANCY WEAVER ALA WILSON ARLENE WOOD EMILY VVOMBLE IVIELVA PEACOCK GERNON HOLLAND CHARLES JONES ROY B. MARTIN GORDON IVIATTIIIEWS BYRON IVICNEII. JOHN NICHOLS BILLY SEARS RALPH VJILLIAMS C, B. WOOD EVERETT EDWARDS mmf I blik H mn-W uv 'ern-Q.. fsx.-:.1x1:.:ssr4au.ru:mmaun:.un1 ' -- Q "fm 15739 sglflillfilif c' xfff Ilwlll-Mxx Arzxoxn sr .1., , laws S1-ima BRYAN SUMMIT STAFF ANNIE RUTH CAsH A A A A ..,AA Editor-in-Chief LILLIAN SUGGS A A A Afissistant Editor-in-Chief CARL HoL1A12MAN ....., Business Manager BURTON LOWRY A A AAssislan1 Business Manager FRANCES SEARS A A A A AAdaerris1'ng Manager C. H. BRYAN s..,,. A A A .Circulation Manager Miss EULA MAI? ARNo1An A A .Sponsor Page Nineteen -f fe --- -f-V ---- V 4 y I I v Q . ,AA, YA A , , AAvsAA,,,,,,m W A -, 52,1 f , '- . 'AN "'i"A"'-44135-T .1 1,11 in N- I lf!! Y Qt 'jfllg 'll jj LAwM-" ' ' s ' STUDE T CGUNCIL OFFICERS DAVID I-IzIs JIINIQS I I , . . l'I-Iamlmz ALVIS STIQIDIIIQNS ..... . ,VI'ce-Ifremlvnz MARGARIVI' UIHCIIURCII . . ..Secre1ary MR. J. M, HOIIGII , ,Sponsor MEMBERS LIIJA W1I-IiINSON HELEN UPCHURCH FFALMADGE BAILEY ANNIE LOIS TRAVIS ELDORIE LOWRY DAVID LEE JONES MARX' HELEN MILLS ALVIS STEPHENS DUN HYATT MARGARET UPCHURCII MOONIE LASHLY Page- Twenty 'ww- DRAMATIC DEPARTME T ELIzAIaIQ'I'II LIENAU LIDA WILKINSON , . , ELLEN BAILEY I .. . OFFICERS MIss JIQSSIIQ RUTH CUNNINOHAAI . . . . BEN FTARAVIS CLARA LEE REAAIS ELAIER LEE TUNSTALI, MARGARET CASTLEBERRY FRANCES SEARS MARY HELEN MILLS MEMBERS LILLIAN SUOOS TOM TUNSTAI.I. ANNIE RUTII CASH ELLEN BAILEY BURTON LOWRY ELIZABETII LIENAU , President Vice-President . Secretary- Treasurer . , , , , , Sponsor JANE BEASLEY SYLVIA GOODWIN JACK FERGUSON ROY WALLS WILLIE LEE SIMON LIDA WILKINSON CAST Ol? "GOOD MORNING GLORY." PRESENTED BY THE DEPARTMENT Glory Gamrnon-sweet and lovely' ,.,. , . . , . . , MARGARET CASTLEBERRY Clare Gammonijust like her sister ....,. . , LILLIAN SUGGS Eva Bigxonzfthe life Of the party , . . , , , , ANNIE RUTH CASH Maxy Ilfltzvyfa go-getter type young woman . , . . . JANE BEASLEY Flora Fleepepperfcarries her head above the clouds . . FRANCES SEARS Molhcfr Tongfkind and loving with A heart of gold I . ..,. , ELLEN BAILIEY Mrs. N. G. Iflvepepper-Of small town society ....... ...., E LIZABETH l,IliNAU Harold Hinesfthe perfect lover . . . .,,. , , . , , ,... ELMER LEE TUNSTALL Joey Jamesfmischievous little fellow . . . I . Franlzie Jamesfstutters and loves peanuts . , Howard Hrrsht-a+another J, P, Morgan . , , The 817FI'l-I-fr . , , . . , . . BURTON l.OWRY . . TOM TUNSTALL . , JACK FERGUSON . , .BEN TRAVIS Page Twenty-om IVIARGARIYI' Mc1CUI.I.I1RS . MARGARET COOPER VIRGINIA MORRIS . ., IVIARGARITI' UPCIIIURCII ETTA COOPIER ,...., MISS ANN CRAWLEY MRS. BURTIS BENTON MARGARET IVIA'I"ItIIEWS DORLAS MORRIS HELEN PENNY MAROARET WII.SON KATIE EUPIANKS LOUISE POE RUTH POE HARRIET I-IOLI.IiMAN HELEN UPCHURCIII MARIE RAGAN ALLIENE BRANTON TIIELMA KIDD MABEL MCMANUS MARGARET IVICCULLIERS MARY ELIZABETH BANKS MARJORIE UPCIIURCII RACHEL I.IiW'I'liR HELEN UIHCHURCII Page Twenly-Iwo GLEE CLUB OFFICERS MEMBERS IfDI'I4H IVIARKHAIXI VIRGINIA THOMAS VIOLIVI' OVERTON IIORIENCE HOLT DOROIIIY XVILKERSON SUE ILIERCEUSON RUBY JOHNSON VIRGINIA IVIORRIS LOUISE XXIILIJAMS I.OUVENE WONIBI.E CIIARI.O'II'I'Ii THOMAS MARY GRAY PIERCE MAROARET UECIIURCH KATE PEEISLES MARY ALICE CAMPBEI1. KATHERINE NICHOLS NADINE SILER VISRTA MAE WlI.I.IAINIS l1I'IfSI'IlcrIl X'II'IA-lfrvSI'I1I'n1 , Rcporlvr l.I'brurI'urI I.I'hrarI'un Sponsor Sponsor RACHEL WOOD IVIAUDIE YVILKINS IVIARY SWINSON IIIENNY IBALILINIE LAWRENCII KATIILEIQN I,AwRI1NI'E HAZEL BAKER INIAIZKEARVT COOIHIIR I3IiARI. BAKER Il'I"l'A COOPER TIIIQLMA VvIONIIBI.lZ CLARA GOODWIN IVIII.DRIfIJ GARRARD IDELI. GOODWIN EDNA RUTH HOOKS ALICE VJOMIELIQ CHRISTINE IPRANKS I,INA MAYNARD IVIAIIIIJ UNDERWOOD HO E ECONOMICS CLUB IfRANciES SEARS LOLIVENE WOSIDLE EDNA RUTII HOOKS . NIARY HIfI,EN MILLS , MRS. C. C. TRIPLI5'I"I' ELLEN BAILEY MARY ELIZABETH BANKS JANE BEASLEY CLAIRE BRANTON HELEN CAIXIPBELI. MAROARET CASTLIEBERRX RUBY COOKE ELSIE POOLE KATIE EUPYANKS SUE IfERcaL'SON IVIILIDRIQD GARRARIJ DORIS GOODWIN IDELI, GOODWIN IVIYRTLIE GOODWIN SYLVIA GOODWIN HARRIITI' HOLLIEXIAN OIIITICERS MEMBERS EDNA RUTH HOOKS LOUISE HURST THELMA KIDD ELIZABETH IEIENAU ELDORIE LOWRY EDITII IVIARKHAM ANNIE JEAN IVIAYNARD DELINA IVIAYNARD DOROTIIY MILLER ELSIE IVIILLER MARX' HELEN IVIILLS DORLAS MORRIS KATHERINIE NICHOLS KATE PIEEBLES HELEN PENNY IVIARY SWINSON PENNY . .President .. V1'c'0fPresz'dQnl . Secretary Treasurer .Sponsor MILDRED POE MARIE RAOAN CLARA REASIS FRANCES SEARS DORIS SESSOMS NADINE SILER PAULINE STOKES CHARLOTTE THOMAS HELEN TINGIZN CATHERINE UECIIURCII DOROTIIY UECIIURCH ELIZADETII UPCIIURCH MARGARET UPCIIURCH IVIARJORIIE UPCHURCH POLLY UPCHURCH MAUDII2 YARBOROUGH Pugv IIILUCIYIQI- lhrc-I Y. T. H. F. CLUB WARREN Wooo .A.. ELMER LEE TUNSTALL BEN TRAVIS ......,. JAMES OLIVE E..,.. MR. C. C. TRIPLETT Page TLL'er7lg-four OFFICERS . , A .I'resz'denr Vz'ce-President A , FIQVQKISUFCZ' .. Reporter . , .Sponsor I HI-LIGHT STAFF LILLIAN SUOOS , ANNIE RUTH CASH TALMAOOE BAILEY , . RUTH MCNEIL .... ELIZABETH LIENAU . I ELLEN BAILEY . I WARREN WOOD I I . . . MARX' SWINSON PENNY .YY.Y . . . WILLIE LEE SIMON, HELEN UPCHURCH HERBERT SUTTON .II. , . . , . . , , BOBBY GOODWIN ..... ,,.V,.,., . KATHERINE NICHOLS, HILDA MCNEIL MISS EULA MAE ARNOLD , . . REPORTERS BURTON LOWRY, MAROARET COOPER , , . DAVID LEE JONES, BETTY BAKER .... DON HYATT, MARGARET MATTHEWS L. Z. WILRINS, EDITH MARRHAM , . , . . EDNA RUTII HOOKS. JOIIN KENT PEARSON . , . , , . I ,Editorfin-Chief . .Assistant Editor-in-Chief I .... Sports Editor . .Assistant Sports Editor . . . . . . , , ,Social Editor , , . , , .Club Editor Business Manager Assistant Business Manager .. . Circulation Managers . . .,.,. Joke Editor . . .Assistant Joke Editor , . . Art Editors , Sponsor . Eleventh Grade ,Eleventh Grade . . .Tenth Grade . Ninth Grade . Eighth Grade Page Twentyfmie W I Page Twf-ntgfrsrx , , , ,, ,, ,, , lv . Xl . .,: ax, , .. W ., ,,,, , 1': xmsu:2mw':x:f,':4s::.uns:n's.:-3' ' ' W w--W ""1'1- JV- --511-i-4541-4 ' x haf Page 71LUE'f'1fU'Sl'l7t'l7 ,W ,W , , , W A.., ' l 1 '- 1 V W Y .W V Y Y Y . --W . f , . lp f Y , 5 , :' m . I ,x.:::.::4.:1mm- u.wA.,.x:s.m::,m:s.:w.-nelcmni 'K M 4,' :K 'I ' 15 JI If ' 1 , f' QV I' L' 1 jg ,- j L A L21 Ii, M :l:asmf.f:s'asac.m1m:m:av.:wf:.: rg X Q! f Ze' 7 ,f i" ,' 1 HBH t GIRLS' BASKETBALL MISS GI.ADYs BENTON , ,VA, Coach BETTY BAKER . . I 4,,,,.,4. Manager ELDORIIZ LOWRY , .J-lssistanl Manager Forwards Guards ANNIE RUTH CASH ELIZABETH WILSON RUTH MCNEIL LOUISE KELLY ELIZABETH MCNEII- DOROTHY MCCULLERs PAULINE HOLT LIELA WII-SON DORIS UPCHURCH MAE HOLLAND HILOA MCNIQII. MAUDIE YAREOROUOII EMMlil.INlE REAMS The girls had a most successful season this year. They Won 19 Out Of 22 games. They were runners-up in the All-County Tournament and advanced to the semi-finals in the State High School cOntest before being defeated by the score Of 42 to 43. These girls not Only played well, but showed Hne sports- manship thrOughOut the season, Page Twmfgf-eiglii ,,,,,,, ... ...,. ,Y,,-...,.,,, ,..... ..,, , L, ,L , I 1 1 a . v y 3 , L L, , I ,I Y ,, f I I I ix I , I. sffafmu lk, i j If Ji 'l 'X if gli' P 4 Ji ,fl I ,Ig j 1 i f 'L-'zvszamsaqemii , ,4 gsgilxkf BB BUYS' BASKETBALL C. J. BRoxvNIE A A A A A Coach JoIEIN LLoYD CAs'I'LIaBERRI' . . A Manager WARREN BAILEY .A.,. A .Co-Captain FLEMING MILLS A A A .Cofjaprain The basketball teams must be commended for a fine display of spirit and sportsmanship. Many teams were played and none were conquered, but the lads showed aggressiveness and determination. Among the outstanding teams We played, we met none with more qualities of the victorious than our boys. The seniors to leave this division of athletics are Warren Bailey, Fleming Mills, and Woodrow Maynard. We'll miss these boys next year but the spirit and feeling they leave has been instilled within the hearts of the up-and-coming freshmen, sophomores, and juniors. and will lead to bigger things next year. Our basketball boys were: Guards Forwards WAIQREN BAILEY PLLEMING lVlIl.l.S BILL NANCIS VERNoN WINIBTERLEH' MARVIN MATTHEWS TALMADGE BAILEY WOODROW MAYNARD NoLAN COOKE Tom FRYAR ERNEST STEPHENS Page Twenty-nine I take 1939 1SZ.I7Tl771Z,f T TT . ., I .,.... . Foote LL SQUAD C. J. BROWNIE ..... ,. Coat-h JIMMY HINNANT ..,., . , . Manager WOODROW IVIAYNARD . , , Cfo-Captain DAVID LEE JONES ........... ...,....,,.....,.. . ..... . . . . Co-Captain This year was a successful one for athletics in the phase of sportsmanship, Our team showed lack of material and experience, but this deficiency was overbalanced by superior sportsmanship. stamina, and courage, The boys ability developed as the season progressed, and much credit must be given to all the players for their line show of fortitude and the will to learn. In none of the games the boys played were they victorious in points, but they won other qualities which could never be obtained by touchdowns. We are looking forward to next years crew for sportsmanship and touchdowns. We regret the loss of the seniors, Woodrow Maynard, David Lee Jones, Vwfarren Bailey, and Wade Baker. who so faithfully bore the brunt of the attacks from such teams as Raleigh, Sanford, Wakelon, and Cary. To those who are to return to the line of scrimmage, we look forward to a more successful season. For those who graduate, we wish success in future life and happy hunting grounds. Those boys who so valiantly fought for Apex this season were: NOLAN COOKE RAY TINGEN TOM LRYAR JOE KELLY XVARREN BAILEY Tom BEASLEY BILL NANCE SAM WOMBLE ERNEST STEPHENS JACK JOHNSON IVIARVIN IVIATHEWS W. T. ROUNDY, JR. IVIILTON HINNANT J. E. WIMBLEY TALMADGE BAILEY JAMES CLIVE WOODROW IVIAYNARD JAMES I7INCI-I LEWIS GLOVER BOBBY IVIAYNARD DAVID LEE JONES WADE BAKER Page Thirty Lbffgaex H1311 Scfzoof W i"' T TT-'TT PG ADVERTISEMENTS I' -.., , X n ,. .. , . 1 C 'rf'i:if'fi'-G"'f"2'--:f:f3g,ig+:i if W' ff tl 5 F7 fe Wflffiff f ff:g:fiff?i'f': Sell Your Tobacco At PROVEN FERTILIZERS ROYCROFTS Have Stood the Test for More Than Warehouses 40 Years DURHAM, N. C. E. W. HILLARD A. H. MILIlS F- G- CASH J. A' CASH We Appreciate Your Business Agents "Watch Us Work" Best Wishes to The Apex Seniors DR. P. L. PEARSON Visit F INES, MEN SHOP "Smart Furnishings" RALEIGH, N. C. The CITY MARKET FOR Quality Meats and Groceries APEX, N. C. UPCHURCH CANDY Co. Sales WHOLESALE 17, Candies, Drugs, Sundries and Specialties :! l J Service Compliments of Allen's Service Stations RALEIGH, N. C. Economical Transportation "Tried and Tested" + TO THE CLASS or 1939 GO PIKE CHEVROLET OUR BEST WISHES Apex Department Store COMPANY MARY E. BEASLEY, Prop. PHONES: - - ' h 21 Gmgham Glrl Beauty Day 2321 Nlg t 31 Shop APEX, N. C. "Hair Styling to Suit the Individual" u PHONE 2151 APEX N. C. 24-Hour Wrecker Service I age Thirty-two Pt LEIGH SEHUUL Ulf EUMMEHEE T R A I N S Q XE, ', , t. Stenoiype Secretaries. Stenotype Court and ' Convention Reporters. Machine Bookkeeper- Typists, and Comptometer. Monroe Calculator, ' and Mimeoqraph Operators Only experienced, college trained instructors. Latest office machines and devices for training. Stenotypy--the modern, easy, accurate, fast, up-to-date machine way of shorthand-featured. Graduates uniformly successful and located in many parts of the United States. Low rates. Girls' dormitory in exclusive residential section. Enroll anytime in this modern school which offers training to meet the demands of present-day business efficiency-training that brings results. Telephone, write, or visit THE RALEIGH SCHOOL OF COMMERCE Professional Building Annex Telephone 2209 20914 S. McDowell St. RALEIGH, NORTH CAROLINA For Your School Needs "Mr Tobacco Farmer" PLANTERS WAREHOUSE BANNER WAREHOUSE fU7ld67' New Ilflafrzagenzentj PUE BHUTHEHS DRESSES-ANKLETS HOSE-SHOES SHIRTS-PANTS -I' WE PULL FOR APEX HI + Phone 2041 H. M. Sr R. D. Pon Ownetrs We wish to announce to our farmer friends that we are now operating the Planters and Banner Warehouses. We invite you to visit us, and to sell your tobacco with us. You will find our organization of experienced tobacf conists ready at all times to serve you in a friendly manner. Sell your tobacco at the Planters and Banner Warehouses, where every pile will have the attention of trained tobacco men who are not afraid to back their judgment. and to see that your tobacco brings top market prices. Tally Brothers 85 Wagner O. B. WAGNER RoY B. TALLY J. MAYNARD TALLY J. F. BARFIELD, Auctioneer Page Thirty-three A. V. BAUCOM Complfmemfs of PHARMACY GEO. T. ROGERS P..,ii?Z,1.ZE.S'0... . Specialty P1lolL1le Insurance En PINE STATE ICE CREAM Phone 2501 FRKi?I?f?.ER5Ri1E?85CTS APEX, N- C- Complz'me71ts of DURHAM BANK 8: TRUST COMPANY APEX, N. C. Conzplimeozfs of f GOUI,D-MORRIS ELECTRIC COMPANY 105 West Martin St. PHONE 705 RALEIGH, N. C SSAROUND THE GI.0BE WITH UNCLE CHARLIE,, RALEIGH. N. C. J C!IlIIjI.lI'iIIC'71fS of A. T. SEYMOUR 6' SON APEX, N. C. "Everything for the F2l1'm61',, BRODGEN PRODUCE CO. X Wholesale Fruits and Produce 409-415 West Martin St. RALEIGH, N. C. LOCAL PHONES: 236f237 LONG DISTANCE PHONE: 9901 Cumplinzevzfs of KLINE,S MEN,S SHOP 16 E. Hargett St. RALEIGH, N. C. You Will Enjoy Shopping At S. T. BENNETT Shoes, Hats and Gents Furnishing Carolina College Beauty Culture RALEIGH, N. C. Write for Information EMILY RED PARNELL, Owner APEX CLEANING CO. 'tGI'owing Bigger by Serving BetteI"' PIIONE 2171 APEX, N. C. Compliments of BOwMAN's JEWELRY CO RALEIGH, N. C. Page Thirty-four .,s ' 7 r 1 .1 'iffahf THANKS FOR FAVORS A P E X I When In Raleigh Visit The Wake Theatre "The Popular Movie House" FOR Gasoline, Oils, Tires, Tubes and Accessories Buy At Our Station L. G. JORDAN "That Jordan Service" Quality Gifts CONGRATULATIONS TO DIAMONDS THE CLASS OF 1939 WATCHES JEWELRY APEX FURNITURE SILVERWARE NEIMAN'S "Ra,leigh's Modern Jewelry APEX' N' C' Store" "Everything For The Homev MISS HARDBARGER'S if SECRETARIAL AND BUSINESS SCHOOL Intensive Business Training Taught In A Wholesome Atmosphere To A Select and High-Class Student Body 1939 ENROLLMENT DATES Monday, June 5th Monday gl Tuesday, September 4th and 5th Attend A Business School Having The Confidence and Support of Business Institutions Employing Office Helpers Miss H21Fdb21FgCF,S Secretarial 8: Business School Miss CHESS HARDBARGER, President RALEIGH, N. C. Page Thirty five v y , H, .,A, I. .. ee A .f jL7',!, hy, If 1171 W If N . V A r' - 'J "'l'i . . .'t ' 1' i ' X I D: I . I l 1 f .1931 1 .. 14,l,JJ5i . . . t 1 4 1 Welcome J APEX STUDENTS ,, Hudson-Belk Company I We have served your parents and we hope to serveyou. We Welcome this opportunity of visiting you through this, your Annual, and We hope you will return the visit at your earliest convenience. We are always glad to See you and we Want you to make our store your headquarters. HUDSON-BELK COMPANY Raleiglfs Largest Department Store APEX CHEMICAL CO. APEX, N. C. SOAPS-DISINFECTANTS DEODORANTS-INSECTICIDES STROP ALWAYS READY The Pictures In This Annual Were Made by Bunhm' amh Banirl PHONE 3800 Friends We Cordiallly Invite You To Visit DR, C, H, BRYAN DR. O. S. GOODWIN APEX, N- C. DR. C. C. JONES DR. M. T. JONES MR. RAYMOND HOLT DR. J. C. MANN DR. P. L. PEARSON MR. LEWIS WADE MRS. LEWIS WADE .For your entertainment, We offer the outstanding pictures of each season, made by the leading producers in Holly- wood. Page Thirlyfsix ff, I at ll OMING here at the close of so many hours of planning and work by the staff . . . any message We might add in this, our own advertise- ment, would savor a bit of self praise. Yet, unseen in this example ot tine book making is the day by day co-operation ot our personnel, Whose experience and training in the pro- duction ot annuals has bridged many a pitfall tor the staff. lf, as you peruse the pages ot the SUMMIT and are impressed with their excellence, you too, would like to avail yourself of our services whether annuals or commercial printing We'd deem it a favor it you would ask us to call. Uhserver Printing House, Inc. College Annual Department CHARLOTTE, N. C. 1 , . , .. R ,!', ,,7 51.5 i Qltfffjilfi ffjfze 1939 Summit AUTGGRAPHS Gfpex H12 iz Scfzoof AUTOGRAPHS AUTOGRAPHS


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