Arthur High School - Bell Yearbook (Bell Arthur, NC)
- Class of 1952
Page 1 of 90
Pages 6 - 7
Pages 10 - 11
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Text from Pages 1 - 90 of the 1952 volume:
9 i " l ! 7«VuV ' It W, Mr. Tew Pr inc ipal Am. History- Health Miss Weathers English-- 1, 2, 3. Geography Math Mr. Koonce General Science Bookkeeping Typing— 1, 2. C ivies Mrs. Tucker 7th 8th Grades Mrs. Shackleford 6th 7th Grades Mrs. Pope 1st Grade Mrs . Blue 4th Grade Miss Fleming 5th Grade Ruth Pollard Pres Ident Basket Ball-- 1, 2, 3« Glee Club — 1. F. H. A. 4-H. Club— 1. S. G. A.— 1. Annual Staff Senior Play- Grace Daniels Secretary Class Officer — 1, 2, 3. Basket Ball — 1, 2, 3. Glee Club 4-H. Club— 1, 2, 3, 4. Senior Play Annual Staff S • G. A. Trilby Lee Smith Vice President Class Officer — 3, 4. Basket Ball — 1, 2, 3? 4. Glee Club S. G. A, 4-H. Cluh— 1, 2, 3, 4. Senior Play Annual Staff Bessie Lee Morgan Treasurer Class Officer — 1, 2, 4. Basket Ball Glee Club S • G. A. Senior Play Annual Staff Officer Larry Lewis S. G. a. 1 Glee Club 4 -K Club 1 , Z, 3 4 Senior Play Annuel Staff David Harris BaSiCetball 1, 2, 3 4 Senior Play Annuel Staff Officer S. G, A. Malvina Crawford Class Officer 1 Easlcetball 1, 2, 3 4 Giee Club S . G » K » 1 4-H Club 1, 2, 3, Senior Play Annuel Staff Officer Mary Stocks Glee Club 4-H Club 1, 2 Senior Play Annuel Staff T. Edward Joyner Basket Ball — 1 S. G. A. Glee Club Senior Play Annual Staff Herman Allen Class Officer — 1, 2, 3, Glee Club S. G. A.— 1 Senior Play Annual Staff Officer Lennie Nanny Glee Club Senior Play Annual Staff Officer Mascots Ruth Allen Todd Johnny Crawford Class History One bright September morning in 19140, we the seniors started our school career. Our teacher, Miss William tried to start our education off with teaching us about th = three " R ' s, " Miss Holiday, Miss Puller, Miss Barnes and Miss Beard were our next teachers. With their kindness and patience we r°ached the fourth grade. We shall never forget the fourth grade, our teachers were Miss Myrtle Peterson and Miss Ruth Beard. With our teachers as coaches of the basketball and softball teams, we had quite a time playing out door sports. We will always remember Miss May and Miss ' Vhitford, our fifth prade teachers. Miss May lead Glee Club, Miss May, Miss McKenny, Mrs. Dempsey and Mrs. Rexton had the pleasure of teaching us during our last years in grammar school and decided wheather or not we were capable of entering high school. In the fall of 19ii7, twentv ambitious but frighten young neorle entered the ninth grade for their first year in high school. All the students were thrilled to be able to climb the steps and change classes for they could then walk uo and down the hall and gossip with their friends. For the first time in our lives we r ' = ' ali7,ed what school really meant to us. ’’. ' .b began to sett Le down when we found we 7rere " on our O ' .to. " V. ' e were proud to have Mrs. Pendleton as our Homeroom and English teacher. Our principal, basketball coach and Health teacher, was Mr. G. F. Baily and our other teachers were: Mr. Tew, Math teacher; Mrs. Tucker, Science and Home Economics, As it was our first year in high school we had ouite a few difficulties in changing classes at first, but we gradually caught on. Our Sophomore year was a grand year for all of us, ' le enjoyed having Mr. Baily back with us. Mrs. Woods was’ our Homeroom, English and French teacher; Mr, Manning, Am. History teacher; Mr . Zeh, Biology teacher and Mrs. Tew, Home Economics teacher. Wf. were very glad to have Mrs. Tucker teach us Home Economics after Mrs. Tbw left. During our Junior year, we had lots of fun making money for our Junior- Senior Banquet with Mr, Zeh as our advisor. Mr. Baily was still our princi- pal, until he was called back into service and Mr. Joe Tew took his place. Our teachers were: Miss Weathers our Homeroom, English and Algebra teacher; Mr. Koonce, Civics and Mr. Pridcen our General Business teacher. At last we are happy dignified Seniors. Our class has decreased to 11 students, With Miss Weathers and Mr, Koonce as our teachers, we are sure we will succeed. ' •Ve left those halls of knowledge but carried with us memories of twelve wonderful years of work and play shared together. OUULa. i jLAJuuu e uu LAST TOLL AND TESTIMENT To all students we wish to leave our ability to get along with people and to enjoy life. The Senior Class leaves to our princioal Mr. Tew our generosity. To the Faculty of Arthur High School we leave our resnect and thanks for helning us through school. I, Ruth Pollard, uri-sh to leave to Dpnny Wainright my well behavior and my ability to get along with other people to Ray Euvgs. I, Trilby Lee Snith, wish to leave to Lucille Willoughby my ability to stay thin and to Lillian Lloyd my ability t o give wise cracks to everyone. I, Grace Daniels, wish to leave to Geraldine Coward my ability to play basketball. I, Bessie Lee Morgan, leaves to Richard Nash, ray ability to talk nice to the teachers and ity ability to make good grades to Besharles Anderson. I, erman Allen, wish to leave to Kendred Lewis my ability to study and enjoy science and biology. , I, Mary Stocks leaves to Dorthy Daniels my ability to date a good looking boy at any time. I, David Harris, wish to leave to Ray Suggs, ny ability to get along with Miss Geraldine Weathers . I, Lennie Nanney, wish to leave to Marie Barnes my ability to stay quite, I, Edward Joyner, wish to leave my quietness to Besharles Anderson and my ability of reading to L. B, Mozingo. I, Malvina Crawford, wish to leave to Bobbie Jean Nanney my ability to dance and sing. I, Larry Lewis, wish to leave to Carolyn Mozingo my ability to argue and to Sammuel Laughinghouse my brown and white shoes. I, Vonciel Allen, wish to leave to Lucille Willoughby my charm and my ability to capture a man. Best Dressed Best Looking Most Popular Grace Daniels Herman Allen Malvina Crawford Herman Allen Malvina Crawford Herman Allen Most Conceited Laziest Wittiest Ruth Pollard Larry Lewis Mary Stocks David Harris Trilby Lee Smith Larry Lewis Best All Around Most Altheletic Quietest Vonciel Allen Herman Allen Malvina Crawford David Harris Lennie Nanney Edward Joyner Most Likely To Succeed Bessie Lee Morgan Edward Joyner Most Intelligent Bessie Lee Morgan Larry Lewis Class Prophecy Way out in Southern California, sitting alone for a few minutes in my apartment, after a hard days work at the studio, I was amazed at the head- lines in the morning paper. Quite a few things have happened to my former classmates. Here are a few things that are happening to tne seniors of 1952. Boy, what great progress has been made 1 This is what I read from " The Bell " dated May 1, 1962. Governor Rdward Joyner and his beautiful wife are visiting relatives at Bell Arthur. Well, well, can you imagine. Miss Malvina Crawford has finally made a success as a sine-er and is also a dancing instructor in New York 1 ’ffho would have expected it? Ruth Pollard has finally succeeded as a nurse. I didn ' t know she had the " patients. " Larry Lewis with all his talent and crack ideas has become one of Hollywood ' s famous directors of screen and television, Lennie Nanny has just arrived home from Chicago after completing ten years of work for her Ph. D. ATiat is this all about? David Harris is now a pilot and is back home after six years in Japan, y just take a look at this 1 Trilby Lee Smith is teaching school at Bell Arthur, She attended East Carolina Colleee. Vfell, who ' d have thought it? Herman Allen, interior and exterior decorator, is redecorating the Allen mansion owned by Vonciel Allen a rich, elderly looking lady. My, didn ' t she age fast in ten years, ’ATiat is this about? Everyones favorite movie actress, Bessie Lee Morgan, is playing at the Paris Theater in " Bad Men " opposite John Wayne. What, Mary Stocks is married! I can ' t believe it. Who is the lucky young man? I don ' t believe that we have met before. Here is a bit of news about me. Mrs Norman Pollard, the former Grace Daniels, was seen dancing in the Blue Light Club with her husband. My, " The Bell " has really been keeping up with the senior class of 1952. They haven ' t missed a single one. Color Flower Royal Blue and Gold Carnation Ethel Letchworth President Dannie Wainright Vice President Dorothy Daniels Secretary Lillian Lloyd Treasurer Robert Joyner i - Besharles Anderson Bobbie Jean Nannev Samuel Laughinghnuse Ray Suggs Eva Lee Dunn Douglas Baker V Hester Dixon Geraldine Caward Richard Nash Carolyn Mazingo President Willis Crawford Vice President Carol Ann Tyson Secretary Peggy Jones Treasure jitf I Jimmie Sutton Rebecca Allen Charles Nichols Gene Sutton L. B. Mazingo Charles Stocks Xylida Jones Kendrick Nichols Jennis Harris Addie Vandiford William Stocks Carl Nichols Bobby Barbara M. Alice B. J. B. President Secretary Vice President Treasurer Bryan Clara Dell Shirley Billy Alice L. EIGHT GRADE 1st — Shelby Crawford 2nd — Polly Allen 3rd — Frances Sutton ij-th — Myma Tyson 5th — Florence V agoner 6th — Marie Eason 7th — Ruby Stall 8th — Bobby Vaughn 9th-wFred Pollard 10th--Harace Moore 11th — Frank Dunn 12th--Barbara Lloyd 13th--Linda Nichols lij-th — Bettie Lou Sugg l5th--Connie Lou Sutton l6th — Geneva Flake 17th — Jean Moore 18th — Norman Anderson 19th — Clifton Harris Sixth Grade FIFTH GRADE ' } 1 I ' a •: ;i Third Grade V Second Grade First Grade First Grade ■m Oirls Bo.ske4bal| " TcMvi Bo S BflLskff bcL II feCLn 0 lA n i o r 4-H J »jt n I o U-- H Se. n I Of- 4 H Glee Club Glee Club 5 }t Compliments of NFiv Carolina v arehouses i 2 Gr ' =envllle, N. C. BRIGHT LEAF MOTORS 1600 N. Greene St. Greenville, N, C. Sales Service DODGE and PLYMOUTH Cars Dodge Job Rated Tr ucks Day and Night Vrecker Service Day 231I1 Nirht 5335 6 KEEL PLANTERS COOPERATIVE. INGT, Johii I. Gray Pres ident " For The Sale Of Bright Greenville, N. Leaf Tobacco " C. Sell Tobacco In Greenville With Keel Planters Coopertive Inc. Over $50)000.00 Dividends Paid To Tabacco Farmers In 1950-51 Walter Cherry, Vice-President James T. Keel, Manager E. Leon Roebuck, Sec ' y.-Treas, DIRECTORS Walter Cherry Elbert Bennett S. L. Dilda W. K. Stokes C. T. Allen, Sr. John I. Gray Hilton Carson Mark H. Smith, Sr. H. Lee Paramore James T. Keel Jr . , TURNAGE INPLEMENT COMPANY, INC. INTERNATIONAL harvester International Harvester Farm Machinery Farmville, N. C. TURNAGE COMPANY, INC. " Everything For The Farmer " Building Supplies Groceries Feed and Seed Fertilizer Hardware Dry Goods Farmville, N. C Congratulations FARMVILLE FURNITURE CO. Furniture Fashion Center FARMVILLE FUNERAL HOME Home of Famville Mutual Burial Ass ' n. WESTERN AUTO ASSOCIATE STORE " Your Friendly Store " 109 North Main Street Phone 377-7 Farmvllle, N. C. Next To Paramount Theathre Compliments of PITT FCX Fertilizers Feeds Seeds " And All Farming Needs " Greenville, N. C. Compliments of GREENVILLE BEAUTY SCHOOL DAVENPORT JE ' ifELERS H. L. HODGES, HARDWARE MERIT SHOE STORE C. HEBER FORBES BRODY ' S J. KEY BROWN DRUG STORE APPLIANCES SALES SERVICES TETTERTON MOTOR CO. BISSETTES DRUG STORE S AS LOW ' S JEWELERS VANDYKE FURNITURE CO. HOME FURNITURE CO. HARRISON ' S DRUG STORE j 1 J Compliments of THOS. E. CARAWAN Wholesale Dealer Esso Products Dial Ij93Ij P. 0. Box 111 Greenville, N. C. 1IADK Miiai Pepsi Cola Bottling Co. " More Bounce ' io The Ounce. " Greenville, N. C. OLDE TOWNE INN RESTURANT 117 E. 5th. St. Greenville, N. C. Fried Chicken Seafoods Steaks Regular Dinners FARMALL TRACTORS GR i: ’ ' ’VILLE Et.UIP’VENT CO. INC. Greenville, N. C. " Your International Dealer " BSLK-TYLER ' S Farmville Shopping Center Farmville, N. C. FREDDY ' S GRILL Hot Dogs - Hamburgers All Kind of Sandwiches Farmville, N. C. TYSON JEWELERS Compllrients of Jewelry and Gifts 103 N. Main St. - Phone 79-6 Farmville, N. C. SILO GRILL Located on Ayden Highway Hotdogs Best cheese 120 ' • ' ■ ' ilson St, Telephone 3701 ' armville, N. C. Cor pliments of FARNVILLr I ' - ' OTOR CO. Hudson GMC Trucks Sales Service Farm vl lie, N. C. Phone 281 j1 burgers FLORENCE - M iYO NlTvVAY CO. takers of The Worlds Best Tobacco Curers Farmville, W. C, ' " ■ 1-1 - -- ■ ■ Congratulations to Compliments of The Seniors of 1952 V. A. MERRITT AND SONS SAIEED ' S DEPT. STORE General Electric Appliance Greenville, N. C. Greenville, N. C. PERKINS - PROCTOR C. H. EDWARDS HARDWARE HOUSE " The House of Known Brands " " Where Quality Tells " 201 E. 5th. Street Greenville, N. C. Phone 24l8 Greenville, N. C. Compliments of W. C. CLARK HARRIS SUPER MARKET Coal - Coke Intersection Ayden-Farmville Highway Exclusive Agent for Dana Coal 10 Avp POP! rhoc-f-rMTi- q- - Greenville, N. C. Phone 2431 Phone 485 ' 0 Compliments of PITT HARDWARE COMPANY HARRY AND MAC ' S " Best in Hardware Needs " 421 N. Greene Street, Greenville Greenville, N. C. Good Curb Service PITT MOTOR CO. INC. Compliments of Kaiser - Frazer - Henry J. CASCADE LAUNDRY Sales and Services Greenville, N. C. Greenville, N. C. Thank You THE BEAUTY NOOK RESPRESS BROS. Phone 4l6l Barbarcue Stand 2226 W. Dickinson Ave. Greenville, N. C. Greenville, N. C. Compliments of Compliments of PATE ' S GRILL BELK - TYLER ' S New Bern Highway " The Shopping Center " Drinks Hotdogs Greenville, N. C. BLOUNT - HARVEY CO. Compliments of " Eastern Carolina Shopping Center " BELL ' S PHARMACY Greenville, N. C. Greenville, N. C. - i FARMVILLE FLOWER SHOP LAUTARES BROS. Flowers for All Occasions JEWELERS 119 South Main St. Telephone 467-1 Diamond Specialists Greemville, N. C. MOORE-SFEIGHT SERVICE STATION UNITED SURPLUS INC. Complete Furol Products 629 Dickinson Avenue W. Wilson St. — Phone 509-1 Dial 4155 Farmville, N. C. Greenville, N. C. FARMVILLE AUTO SALES, INC. Buick Sales Service J. A. COLLINS SON Farmville, N. C. Furniture W. T. Candler Phone 4717 Greenville, N. C. Compliments INDEPENDENT MARKET Fresh and Smoked Meats of Fancy and Staple Groceries Country Produce - Sea Foods Dial At ?lft4 K. CANNON, DEPT. STORE 801 Dickinson Ave. Farmville, N. C. Greenville, N. C. BELK-TYLER ' S Compliments of Farmville Shopping Center ROLLINS CLEANERS Farmville, N. C. Phone 367-1 Farmville, N. C. Comnliments of Compliments of GASKINS JEVffiLERS NASS IF CANNON 110 East Fifth St. Farmville, N. C. Greenville, N. C. Compliments of Compliments ALLIED FLORISTS Of Greenville, N. C. FARMVILLE LAUNDRY CLEANERS Compliments of Compliments of 8ESPRESS AND JAMES BARBECUE HOUSE ' WILLIAM JEWELRY STORE Ayden-Farmville Highway Farmville, N. C. i I I i
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