Durham High School - Messenger Yearbook (Durham, NC)

 - Class of 1941

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It is the purpose of the staff to present all of these incidents so that in future years you may turn through these pages and remember the part in the web of your personal life that was played by Durham High School in 1941. f7UQeagpaaa4z.d1 .. . Jkannwi cizmvzai zuovan dzmfzmzfmfeaz' fold Wegaifde... JOHN WESLEY WOOD jWHY.Y6IZg67" rfecfizzzfee fzinefeefz blli2lf7'66lifb1'f-jf-0126 In recognition of his commendable work and in appreciation of his sincere comrudcship. l'XhIi fl thc, cloth is fnzzde, the yarn Before muff be slqe111c'1f-befo1'e II pupil C1111 be m11.v1'dercz1' tlll all-1'0u11d xz11dc'11l, he or Mc' rnuft pu1'l1'C1p11tc' ill lICIl'l'l'- tics. 111 tl11.v xeclion we prexezzt to you the story of the importazzt jmrf flu' CIIIYI-C'llI'I'jC'lI!llI' progrzzzn pluyx 111 zmrfqhzg D!ll'lIdI77 High thc 11111111 xfruzza' of fha' yum of our 11' f!Il'C'L' yC'tIl'j. fc for 6 MM' ' fb..-4.5. I I i I T I I Rui-n 5lllXYlI'lllY, I'rt-sident: llimsitwo Wann, 'Ireasurerg liissti-, Sr.ti.r.iwt.s, Secretary: Rtssiii, Piiutx. X'tct--l'i't-sirlt-tit. A1fUixc'1'.' Mus. H. W. Rtctmtuisox l'ns S'rt'tmxr llorxen., with factilty advice, pro- vides the student government of Durham High School. Its purpose is to train students in the -,orrect method of government. liach of the tweny-nine home rooms has a representative. The president of a home room automatically becomes the Council representa- tive from his home room. These representatives assemhle in a meeting on the first Wednesday of each month. All officers for the Council are nominated and elected hy the student hody. The officers, who must he seniors of good scholarship and citizen- ship, serve hotli semesters of the school year. The president and vice-president are elected in the spring for the following year. The officers, secretary and treasurer. are elected in the fall for that vear. The Student Council sponsors lunch line su- pervision, and socials on Friday afternoons. Rep- I'CSL'l1lLllfVL'S fiI'Ul11 Vllfl0LlS l1Ol11C l'OUI'l1S SCTVC ill assigned posts of dtity during lunch periods. PAGES Those on duty are signified hy Durham High School arm hands. All students may attend Friday socials and dance to the ttines of popu- lar recordings. provided they pay a small atl- mission fee to defray necessary expenses. The lQ4fl-lQ4I Council proposed an amend- ment to the school constitution. Heretofore there was no set date for the election of officers for the student hody, senior, iunior, sophomore classes, and the home rooms. The amendment set a specific date for the nomination. elimina- tion, and election of the officers of each of these. The senior officers are nominated on the last Wednesday in Septemherg eliminated on the next day, Thursday: and elected the follow- ing day, Friday. The iunior and sophomore officers are elected in a similar fashion. the iun- ior election heing held one week laterg the soph- omore election, two weeks later. This amendment was ratified hy the student hotly and approved hy Mr. Holton. principal. R. Str'.1yIun'n. I. Ilnxxling. M. Iwnlmur. II. Mvxnmlcr. LT. IIIXIIIIC. T. Q:I'llI1I,l!I'tI, I. I..ms. I. lliglmnitlx I 5lIlllIl. IA. I,lIllI1lx'lllll. I, Ixrrm. I. Iuplmlll. W. XVIIIILIIIIN. ll. Rcnu, M. lE.ur.mI, Y. I'ruIr, ii. XVIIHIHI I II. II1gl'.lIl1, W. ,I4.lI'IIYI', I.. lllglss, KI. Mclwml, R. Rngrrx. I.:1wl'4'm'c'. R. I,L'l'l'y, N. IIUIIIIZIIII, NV . . . X , w - . v - - ' IuIlllxluII. I. I'-mlm-l'. K.. f.Lll'XL'l', S. IIlIL'IlilI1.lI1. A, IILIITINII, L.. XX.u'nI. II. Stallings. Mn. Rnulmquwlwn M of 5 Gonna!! I. ...ef - I hghiii .-,Vi . , IQ: . dllzffllyf I'rwiIIcnt R.1IpIx Slrnylnwll. I-'inf funn' lfrul INRIIICN, R'I1lI'jQLll'L'I I..IXYl'L'IlKL', Il. Ikiurrnv. INIVN 3 Riclnmlwn. R. IK'I'I'f'. .N'1'mrnlrun': lf. Iilkina, I. 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I'-flllfffl rvuty' R. lirtiiiip. II. I.4IllQlK'1 I. Uhltt-gl, I. I'itl4t'tt, II. llgtvcl. I. Ixcrr, I. Iitirgtws, 5. IIi'owii. In I'llIlTl'lgIlI, IN. II. t.ttlvIt-. '7he Ali-llachez' 'I'Iit' lfl'-Rorlqrf :ls tht' oIIit'iqtI ntwvs organ ol thu high school toiniiitiiiity hats trictl to prcscnt am tmlwittsttl pitttirt' ol' :it'tii'itit's, hoth sitlcs ol contro- wrsinl titlcstioits in ctlitorizils :mtl Icttcrs, timely, intcrtsting It'attt1rt's, :lt't'tlt'zltL' Iiorcctists ol' coming t'x't'nts wltilt- mttiiitttiniiig stztntlttrtls ol' policy :mtl vxprcssioii worthy of tht' school it rt'prt'st'nts. 'I'ht' IlIL'iISllI't' of its SllL'CL'SS is shown in its rcccp- tion hy tht' stihst'riht'rs :mtl its ranting in computi- titt- iournatlistit' t'vt'nts. This ycztr. t'litt'rt'tI lor the lirst timt' in tht' Sotttlicrii Iiitt'rst'hoIatstit' I'rt'ss Instituto, tht' Ill'- Rr1f'fqt'f won Iirst pltttt- :tt the mcct which two tIt-It'gtttt's nttt'ntIt'tI. lfor thc sixth consccutivt- time I mctlailist ranting was 4m'zti'tIt'tI tht' pttlwr Ivy tltt- Co Itimhiti Sttliolttstit' I'i't-ss .Xssotitttioii in tht' IILIIIUIIAII ttontcst git Cfoltimlvitt Uiiivcrsity, Nt-xx' York. :mtl :tn .XII-fIOIlIITlI3IillI ztwatrtl lor t'xt't'IIt'nt't' in Iituttlliiits was rt't't'ivt'tI. .X itcws I't':tttlt't- on his imprcssioiis ol tht' IIICCIIIILI writtvii Iw C.httrIt's Nlaxrklitiin, who t . rt'prcst'utt'tI tht' t'tIitor-in-t'Iiit'I, :iplit'4trt'tI in tht Colfrlllfwm Sf7l'I'ftlf01' amtl tht- Safzool l'1't'.v.f lcl'I'l-FII Ilttrris Proctor, t-tIitorfinft'Iiit-I, was SIIILIUIII thnit mam ol' tht- North Carolina I'rt'ss Iiistitutc. In tht contest lot' tlit- I1t'st t'tIitori1tI Iwrintctl in any hig sthool iicwsp:1pt'r in tht- sttttc, Iltirris i't't't'ix't'tI tht Iirst prixc, tt copy ol "Thu 'Ihr Ilt-t-I Iftlitoru hv 'mn IH Iuseplius Daniels. 'l'weiityflixe tlelegates atteiuletl with lletty Poe. Mariella lltuiker, Raney Stauliortl. intl Lharles Marlahain, ulluial tlelelgates. aiul W. ll. Cfuhle, C. S. lltumper, aiul Miss Marguerite M. llerr. wlui was elumsen ehairnian ol' the newly ur- Qlllllftl state atlxisers' group. A iiuanurahle tuutsimi was tlu' scluuil visit ol' lost-ph M. Murphy, Iiuuiuler aiul tlireetor ol' tlu' mlunihia Seluwlastit' Press .Xsstu'iation. ol' whieli the 111'-Krlrlgrt is a rharter ineniher. Througli the tsseinhly atltlress to upper elassinen. personal inter, ws, inliurinal talks to all eity seluuml :ulyisers aiul ullirials, Mr. Murphy inipressetl those he met for the hrst tinu' as a scholarly, inspiring leatler in . 1 Ins helal. llu' ll1,lx'm'fgf'l suliinittetl last ltuu' hy VV. C irr. Ill aiul Neil Newsuin in the State news- paper eontest was annniiiuetl hy li. R. Rankin, tlireetor. last Iiall as u'iniu'r ol' the up 19.11 contest. l Ulu Ineal interest was ilu- prngraiii, "lournalisni in the City Selinolsf' mu' ol' a series nl' hrutuleasts "lo llurhain Seluuilsu spuiisuretl hy Supl. XV. l". VVarren. in wliieli lianey'Staul'ortl representetl the Ill'-Ruz'lqc'1. The lil'-Rnrlgvt is puhlishetl hiweekly uiuler the guulaiure ol' Miss Marguerite M. Herr, general atlviserg li. I.. mleliruyne, husiness zulviserz W. ll. Cohle, assistant literary atlviser. Mrs. I. li. Mason. art adviser: Miss Lucy 'l.l10l11S0ll, typing tlirecturg alul R. l.. Allirey. cut aulyiser. The following stu tleuts comprise the editorial hoard: Harris Proctor, etlitor-in-ehielig lietty Poe, IICXVS-gl'l1Cflll1 Mariella lloolier. iiuiiiagiiig literary editor: Raney Stanlitmrtl. feature etlitorz Charles Nurville, Lewis Gregory. aiul Marvin Francis, sports etlitorsg Sarah Siu-etl, etlif torial editor: Susan Buchanan aiul Carolyn llar ward. alumni editors: Charles Markham, junior etlitorg aiul Ruth Mcllonaltl, Celia Tlioiiipsoii. aiul Dot Sugg, copy editors. Tluminas Harris aiul Mar, ion Ciaultly tlireet the husiness stall: Ronaltl Rose supervises the circulation tlepartiiuaitg aiul Sylvia Iltuwer luuuls ilu- art stall. TYPINCI S'I'.'XlTI" Miss lam Iiimisns, X. Anixis, M. liumi-sus. I. Itutiiii. lf. i,mi.ws. HUGE lfff In righl: Syli'i4igllum't-i', Doris Bnhhitt, Mack Cnnieron, Marie Harrison, Ethel llenslcy, Earl Dunn. Marguerite Pttnetti, .Xt'tn.i Wtnnhle, Syhil lit-rry, lktisy llorne. Mrs. Mason, X L' ' - ' Alice Pittmzm, llill Cfnnttn. Bill Cntimil. hge-if,lit-liutilmck, ART CLUB ,'l1lz'1'.rw'.' Mics. M.ittY L. M.-tsux 'line rum ilu' I-'l'XtI'I'IflNOl-ll1C1xl'l Cluh since its lmeginning in tqygz hits ht-en tu give the memhers .in opportunity to express themselves in ttrt. lt hgts also heen invatluaihle to stutlents who atre interestecl in :irt :intl yet halve heen ttnzihle tu inelutle this suhiect in their tltiily schetlttles hir eretht mwttrtl gtxtcltitttmtt. 'lihree times out ul' the loin' monthly meetf ings heltl this year the eluh sltetchetl or htttl ll wurls periml. Oliten at motlel posecl. gtncl some times memhers went otittlums to work. Once il month .i prugrtnn wats Llt'l'Ltl'lgCtl hy Doris Boh- hitt. vit'e-presiclent, gtncl either guest spetiliers were tnvitetl. or at trip tu some exhihit was pl.unnt-tl. 'lpn ul' the most utitsttititlitig spettlters lu were Mrs. Hornell Hurt, who spoke on "LIre.tt- ing liettuty with Your Own Skill," .intl Mrs. D. L. Sherertz. il former missionary tu CIhin.l. whose topie was "Oriental Art." Climnxing the ttetivities ul' the year, ti picnic un top ol Piney Mountain was ti thrill tn itll the memhers. Uncler the clirection ul Mrs. I. li. Matson, who helpetl the ullicers. the Art flllllm haul one of its must successful yegtrs. Otfiftczmts l'rc'.vi1lw1t Sytxrx llritwtatt l71'f'c'-l'f'6.fiff4'12I l Dt mls IS: ll5lSl'Ii'l' Sl'C'l'f'fL1I'.V llrrsi' ciI.YNll'lI 'llI't'tl,Vlll'l'l' Mtczti Cltxtiatmx .USE 20 . . . aff: If ancf pad ELLEN H. RICHARDS CLUB .'1rfl'I'.ft'I'.' Miss Fit.tNoEs Wtll1l.XX'flli'l'lI Look, 'i'u'1n:i-1, lloysl 'l'hese girls ol' the Ellen lor the British War Relief. antl the contlucting ol ll. Richartls ifluh can surely qualiliy for making a city cooking school. UI' course, these are only a an attractive, convenient. coinliortahle home. Not only tlo they know all ahout planning. buying, ilu-Scgirlsl . k- 1 ., .' ,R .. 1 . , , . n I , I wo mg' ,mil Mnmgxlmlls' but 'lm thty know Memhers ol the cluh consist ol Durham lligh how to improve ones personal appearance, how to entertain lirientls. antl how to run a home on a hutlget plan. V- - - , . - 1 lf'-r, a 'z ls a win tm that wirl loin' th- ni xt Ihr- lxllen ll. Richards Lluh is one ol the na- H lm ll mx l 1 f' 1 3' L Us tioually allihatetl home economics cluhs. During Umsulmllng work' the year the cluh was honoretl hy various notetl 'l'l1U5L' 3llflS llilw 11111110 ilu' llmm' l'3ff1HfH11ifS speakers. The girls chose for their inain projects Cottage a show place that no visitor to Durhani the making ol' tu'entyAlix'e pairs of flannel pajamas High School shoultl miss seeing. KJIJIPICIQRS 1"ir.f! Sc'rm'.-'rw' Scfozzfl St'H1t'jft'l4 .XNNL liiu-.Wiatr . . President . . ll'NNl'l'-N IUHNSUN .Xl.it'ta liiaxxi-.tn . . . .Viee'Prs:sitlent. .. ANNIE Mala lNlotu:.xrs l.xistc'r liiixuuto . . Secretary. . . . llxziit. l5.xt'c:oiu lNI.ut1oiuE liXClllil.1lR . . Treasurer. . liE'i"i'Y NI4Ill1Tl.S i l"n'.fl rulzx' ll. King, li. Rigshcc. Miss l"i'.lnces lf.. XVoolu'ortlt, .L lh'ewer, M. l,t'ary. Xltlllllf max' ll. Nichols, ll. Capps, l. Iohuson. Tfzinl rout Nl. lfhappell, M. lioweii. M. liaclielor, N. Rollins. .X. R. Kclilierly, l. Kiluhro. .X. M, lhlUI'lL1.lIl, R. I-'onxillr-. lfonrllz funn ll. Haticoin. W. M. Gooch, R. l'lL'l'gL'l'NHl'l, M. l"r.incis. I. W.u'iu-r. .X. If. tial:-s. Nl. I'.iylur. PAGE 21 liew ol' the things acconiplishetl tluring the year hy School girls who are taking, or have hatl. holne economics. lfach year Miss lirances VVoolworth, encanffug, .fe emcle 4 ' ITRENCH CLUB SIQNIC DRS l'1I'.rf I'l?ll'f lxnllicilm' MAl55L',', lrvm' l'uniillc. Kvlgulin C.u'llun, l,urill4- liginii-ls. Sliirlry Su'ifl4l.iiiml, llrn Sugg, l'.XL'lyl1 Bock, livtly Por, Mzirgnrcr KT.iiiiri'rni. .S'z'f'uml runz' Suszui lillL'llQlI1.lI1, R.n-lu-I l'4'.ii1:-. iYli.irlL-s Incnlw, Mnlu-l Rngiui, .Xgnc-s Lung. lf.lr.iiim' Rankin. luin Wrilkcr. Rutli Nlullnnnlil, Niimln- lluwr, Tfunl mfr: liilly Taylor, I1-:in lilbI'lll.S1. Cgirulyii ll.u'n'1u'il, Sqirgili lJ.1iin-imi. Mililrizl Srliullwn. ljflllfffl mir: ll1ll'li5 l'rncInr, l'.iI VV1il'liuk, VV. I. lluinpliric-s. flrlzfi.-'w'.' W. I. llllNll'llRlES Lia Cmuzru lficwgxls, qui cst cumpusf il.LclLllll1ll1lS llc lirniiqnis qui ont rcgu unc nolc muycnnc cl"'A" pcnclnni un scmcslrc, csl unc clcs organi- sgniuns lcs plus alclivcs llc lfculc. Cc groupe. qui in cn cc ninmcnl plus cle cinquzlntc mcmlurcs. ai puur sun liul clc clnnncr nux 6lC'vcs unc mcillcurc nppr6ciininn clc ln lirnncc-4sn civiliszi- Iiun, scs gens. ci sn langue. Aux rnfunions qui um licu clcux luis par mois. clcs prngrximnics vnriGs cl llll6l'CSS1ll1lS sunt prf- scnuis. Ccuc nnnfc on il cu lc plaiisir qlcntcnclrc pLll'lL'l' clcux invilfs cle Duke Univcrsilyflvlmc Mnric Dow. unc l:l'QlI1'LllSC 4 ui Ll inssi umulc sn S icuncssc cn l'i'niicc'. cl pouvaul cn raicnnlcr clcs .niccmlnlcs llllL1l'L'SSLllllL'S cl zimusnntcs. cl M. liclb p wgircl lirowu, qui gi clcmcurf l7L'lNllllll plusiuurs 1 1 f CIC innfcs cn Suisse. Plusicurs PCllIS cliscuurs nnl clnnnfs, quclqucliuis cn anglais, KlllClllllL'liUlS cn lil'llllQ1llS, pau' lcs mcmlircs. qui tllll clisculf lcs nspccts clivcrs cle ln cullurc lrniicgiisc. i - 1 f . - x - On an nussi prcscntc clc pculcs picccs cn lrnn uns, iltblll unc. .-In Coq dc I'm11c'c, L'lAllI lrcs clivcrlisszinlc. Ln plupnrl clcs rfunions soul ir-rmin6cs pair clcs cliglnsons lixiiiqniscs. elnnl quclqucs-uncs ulcs plus pupulgiircs sunt "lg-s K AGE 22 Irocnclilcsf' "lc Cuucnuf' cl "ln Mgn'scillnisc." Cligiquc nunfc lc llcrclc mlnnnc un piquc niquc nu les mcmlircs s'1unusciu Ii imiur cl fi innngcr 'Rlcs cliicns ClllllIKlS.u Waenah Glad Uffaheu .Nf'.1!f'1l.' I-.I1'.111111' R.111k111. Vicn-'l'141-x11Ic11I: Shirley St1'irkl.1111l. 'I.l'k'LlNllI'k'I'. .Nl11mli11g: Il'K'I1l' I-111111111-. X1r1'l'1'1w11l1111: llu1'11lI11' hugg, l.I!1lIlIAllIl1 IMII1' l11ylu1'. I,l'i'NllIl'l1lI 5.ll'.lIl IL1111411111, Sf.'c1'L'I.11'y: Ilnrrix l'1'11c1111', Cl1.1I1I.1i11. afzencfz eluif ' mr: U. .X111I1-1x1111, lf.. Y41111l111'1', li. CiII'l'Il1gllll1, ll. linckis, lf. XVLIIKUII, V. W1ll1.1111x. M. H1111 X Sh , . . . 1 I .' 1-H111111. .N'11f1rn!m11'. M. .X. IJL'I.IIIl.lI. I. I,t'.lIkL'. V. IVIINHII, If. M, II1-N-1-, N. P111-. I. W.11IX111x. I lmxx, IL IIIIQIII, X. I1-1111gg.111. ll. l111mI1I11', R. IVIIIILT. ll. NlcfX.11'. lhlnl l'IIll'.' II, l311'.111, II. ll.1II. I. lwllv, I. Il11I1l1x. .L 'I'111g1'11. W. Illllllllll, lf. N1.11I1l1.1111. 1-11:11 2-2, IKM! ...ji 4, I W J l.1'f1 lu righl: Alice Daniels: Mrs. Gholson, Coach: Charles Markham: Ronaltl Rose: Shirley llrowng Mr. Phillips, Coach: Walter Cannon: Charles Daniel. Am A Wm CUtIC!lC'.t'.' Mits. liEl.l.li C. Guorsox, li. I.. l,IIlLI.ll'S Allirmative: CIIARLES D,'KNlEL Roxana Rosle Negative: CIIIAIKIJQS M.xiu4ii.xxi W'.'XI.'I'EIi Cxxwox Alternates AI.ICE ID.xN1ui.s Si iiituav liitowx QVERY: Resolvetl, That the United States should atlopt a policy of requiring one year of military training of all ahle-hocliecl men hefore they reach the age of twenty-three. The clehaters hegan work in Decemher hy entering a practice clehate tournament in Greens- horo, where hoth teams antl alternates partici- patetl. Alter this, more practice clehates were heltl among themselves in preparation for the annual triangular tlehate. In this triangle Dur- ham's allirmative ancl negative teams tlefeatecl those ol' Raleigh antl Fayetteville, thus qualify- ing for the hnals at Chapel Hill. ln the linals the negative team won the highest awarcl pos- sihle, the Aycock Cup: antl the allirmative team won honorahle mention. The Aycoclt Cup has heen won three times hefore hy Durham High School since toil. In April the tlehaters enteretl a tournament in informal tlehate, oratory, cleclamation, antl imi- promptu speaking at Wake Forest College. lioth the alhrmative anal negative teams acl- vancecl to the finals in tlehating antl won honors in cleclaiming, oratory, antl impromptu speaking. l'.'XGIi 24 S JZ' ' MM ,'I1lzf1'.fw'.' Mlss lflnlxlxu I.EXX"l'ER I XXXIIXINKQ llu' l1.lllCl'll nl ilu' llnislmccl clnlll, unc lion, clwcking zlllcnclgnlcc, typing, I3I'L'I1All'lI1g 1 lll mlislinguislm mln- nnnulc mlm-ml ol' nur sclwnl l10UliS l-UI' llw SllClWS. Slwlvillg lNv0liS alllll PUN- lll1l'.ll'Y 'llmc slrcngllm nl' ilu' tl11'L-:ul Lllltl lln- uclimls. assisting li-llnwsnmlunxs in l'L'lAL'l'CIlCC nnprcssinn Ill.lllL' upon ilu' nlwscrvcr nlcpcmls Wflfli H1111 in lllmli 5Cl9'5llf"l- Im, ilu. M.I.x.iM. wlmh ilu. lil,l.mH.y INS mlm.i1,f lnto lhc lmncls ol' thc lilnxnly stall. cmnpnscml nlccl In SlllllL'llI lilk-. .lllll npnn llmc activities 'll Miss lllmnlml lflllllcll' ll-W llll'41"'l4"1- llml Sw' nlmlh 'NW Pmlmnul IMI Mxrvicc. cnlccn SIlIllCIll nsslslznns. lgllls llmc plcnsgnn Lusk 'llu' slnmlcnl liln'.n'y .lSSlSlLllllS. m'g41nizc4l into ul llirccling l'CSL'Lll'Cll annul gL'llL'I'Lll rcgnling ul llmc SlLlilCI1lS 'llltl nl- nrlliin-' 'xv'lil.1lmlc lo lL'LlL'll 1 clnlm linuwn as urlllll' l,llTI'Qll'y Club." INCCI " I u ' h' ' ' lnicc clulm nwnllm ln discuss mctlwcls nl' lll5l'QlI'y CVS 'wulul mlmllnllll lm' Class wmlli' mnlinn, nnal nays ul' lIllPl'UVlllg liln'.n'y scrvicc, fJIfl5lIIliRS nl llmcx' l.lliL' l3.ll'l in lllL'l'Qll'l' and lACCl'L'1lllllI1All l'f'c'x1'flr111 Ml1.muin S1llll'l.KliN IHIOAQIHIIIIS. lf.lcl1 .lSNl5l.lIll plays lmcr part in llmc l"ic1'-l'r'c'.fl'1ff'r1l Nxxcrx' Rlixn nmlaing ul' lllk' lllllllfl' p.nn-rn, mlcvuling smnc S!'lAl'l'f1Il'.l' l'lllI'I'Il flI,liXlliYl'5 IKI'lUkl ul' sflwnl Illllk' lu snclx nlnlics ns k'lI'ClllLl- 'l'f'c'm'111'w' cll.UlQIX flXIll'l'lJX 1 ya I-11-'f muy' l"l.lIlx1'N Xlnnlus, N.lnu' lhxnl, lil,nlxw S.n1mlv1x, tlnum W.nwn, Huw l,lxx14-r. I-'rglmlw Rnlq-V. 1JI.nI5N lll.lIh'll. l"4l1ll1 Ultlllulllx, I-flyw ll.lIlIlllul1, I-'Il-lm Unto. .Xnufnf run: Cilulm lf.n'llnn, l'.Il1x'lcnm X - l 1 , ln.1l1.nn, NllllllQ'tl 5xllllllxl'l1. ,Xnlnr lug Xu.: Mm' XN.ulwn, lI1l1l.1 ll.Ilxl'l'. 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Il Ji' I 0 2' I L4 J 'l F J .N.'.lIrJ ll:-I1 xxvlllhlllly lull, XYluwl, lfvlwlf Nllllllll. lflmrlu N-w1'K1llc'. l.u'lx RUlTl3ll1N, ,N'h11m'l11xg.' lfll.ll'lL'K llI.lNXYl'll. ll.ll'ulrl fllllull 1.ul lim- X. 4 , N.-lull, lfnm Ullluu. Rwlurl Slum. Sumn Slull.lx1mgur11 XIVXAV.Nl.1lll1.1C-lylnplm.R-luu.1Sl.ullmgx.llu1lx Im: Xllllltll .Nlfmlfzlg Hu lfmnv' I.mux lllrll-m.1x. llvlll Rl-xx. 'l'I1 ll1l.l Xl.1lIluxu. llllllxm ivlllmm. I'xr.li .20 Iwlwsuw ur k'llL'I11INlfX' 1lI'L' always ...7!m'7!uJ10luAfb' Guam! gueaifi Glad .-Iflzfi.-'f'1'.' Mus. Iha1,1.la C. linlmsmw , 1 , . x lllc Lurrunt lzxcnls l.Iulw, or gannzcml :xml :ulviscal Ivy Mrs. licllc lf. illmlson, is mgulc up ol' llmsc Iumys who cujuy pnrticipal ing in IICIXIICS. L'llI'l'L'lll L-vents, :mul rouml-lnlmlc cliscussions on national, NIAIIC, amd local alllllirs. Nu-K lhwwulw, l'rcxuIcn1: Imax R. I..-xwmvw, l,ImpIgun: imlumx Lfmxnlc. Nm l'1'ui1Ic11l: lmm UNI xl., Sk'k'I'K'lllI'I'Z Ii1l.1. MI-Iilil'I"I', CIILIIIILIIIII Illllllillbl' SWIYIIILI, 'I'rv.mm-r: R.4xl.l'1l Srnwllunw, I'rusi4Iul1I. J, I I J' 'V5' I X 1 ' ' 1 l"1'l'.xl Aunt l.. l"ogIrl11.1Il, N. IIKIIIILIIKI, S. llmlml, S. limrlh. XV. I5..lw41rsIs, C. M.xrIxh.lm, S. l.g1lIx', lf. lN.1.lu, II, Mrrrill. .Yrwlrlf :wrt I. UfNv.1I. I. l..m'n-lm-, IS. IIJCJS, IS. UI'k'hlII'L'll, I. lwm'Iu', R. XXLIIHIIIN. Ml's.1il1uIwl1. R. SIl'.lYlluI'II, I. I.nng. Ii, W.nlkm-1' 'l'lu'nl' wuz' I.. I'.l'.lIhI'I'NIl'II. l'. Nhlu, lf. l"lIIlvl'i,2I1I. li, l:.llH'I'. 'lf Iiriglmr. lI.Sw1mlrII,W. PL'I14IK'l4!I'.lIIlI.VI.. Km-rm, W, NIKIIILIII PNCK 27 I' mic Jldh Gizaami' HIJESSIDRCI as NV. P. Twaclclell is affectionately calletl hy his stuclents, has, in his past nineteen years as tlirector ol' the Music Department in Durham High School, clone much in making the commtinity as well as the stutlents more music conscious anal appreciative. His choral groups have gainetl recognition throughout the nation as well as the state. The groups have a large repertoire which inclutles numhers from the Latin "Miserere Mei" to "Oh, Susanna." Many students are regular memhers of the senior choirs of the city churches. The chorus, which is composed of approxi- mately t8o voices. receivetl first rating in the sectional music contest for girls, hoys, and mivetl numhers. Iirnie Walker, tenor, antl Ecl Lang- ley, hass, receivetl Iirst places while Sarah Dam- eron. soprano, antl Betsy Cilymph. alto, receivetl secontl. The girls' trio got "I" ancl the Ixoys' quartet anal mixecl quartet ratetl Two concerts were given in Chapel Hill, one heing the religious cantata "Ruth" hy .Xlliretl Gaul. They also sang at several civic cluhs antl in the Greensboro Music Festival. One of the highlights of the year was the presentation of Gilhert and SulIivan's operetta "Trial hy Iuryf' with C. S. Hooper. playing the role of the "IutIge." The supporting cast inclucletl: Sarah Dameron. lirnie VVaII4er. Iitl- warcl Langley, Reicl Lloycl, Gene Casey. antl other memhers of the mixecl chortis. The year closetl with the chortis singing at the gratluation exercises. MIXED CHORUS , ,.,. ...H ,V W- .-.4 .K I f rfyvrfffefr -c l'ir.vl r'on': XI. Ileziveiw, I.. Pettigrew, S. Iiuchanan. A. Reeves, S. Muntlen. Y. founcil. X. if Ilryant, NI. tlItIIi:un. Ii. Xlulleu. Src iiml r'im'.' I', Ixelly, II. Seeley, It. Moore, II. Stallings. Ill. Itlley, It. It, I.arlfI, XI. X an Irine. XI. Leary, I . I,ong. .X. XI. Nlorgan. U. NI. I-oocli. lliiril roftu' I2 Ray, II. I.. l'Iieek. IJ. Oakley, C. Mullen. I.. Ilackney. Ii. Iluncan, N. Ifergusou, XI. l'opIt-5, IX. Ilalxlxxiu, I'. Ilelins, I". .Xirheart. R.MeDermo1t, II. t'arpenter. lfonrtlt mrtu' XY. Shore. II. tilynipli. S. Ilatneron, V. Nlclirooiu, I.. Norville. S. , . . . .. Inge, I'.. Langley, I . Ilooper. S. Rntntnelt, I . Alesztntler. Il. lIuch:tn:in. A. Daniels, N. U Steen. l'i1tIi rorv: I.. II. Iurner, -I. Ili-rry. 1 II. NY-lrlli. R. Iferguson. ,I. NYatkins, II. McMillan. S. Iierry. V. VY. Norton. AI. Speed, II. Ilula. Ii. ,I. Peek, IJ. tiiIIi:un. .Sitlll io:t'.' I.. I"eatIn'rston, NI. XYiIson. -I. T. I'iI'L'l'IllJlll, V. jzicohs, II. Uoyrl, Ii. I.. Newton. IC. Myatt. ll. Tliortoii, if Nelson. Ii, Rose, R. Stray- horn. A. I ui-teanl, II. Iapp. .Sriwiiflt rnft': I'. IWIIIIFIKIII, LIT. I'oweII, I'1.NIiIt-s, Il. Ilraiieli, II. Swinilvll, S. liantt. XY. Ilaniuioutl. J. Ililixzr-s. vans 28 ...84 ' '62 ' SCENE FROM "TRIAL HY JURY" I.. I..lIIgIkf I'. Ixullx' K.. 5. I Iuupcl. Il. I. Iiunnc IAIYKI IL. XX .IIIik'l' Llmulus III ilu' IILlL'IigI'lllllltI. MIXED CHORUS mv -an lx li una lfuxl luv, Ix. SIu.m. II. ILIQIIIN. II. Sunzu. II.XlilI1-r, I.. IIUIIIIS, I', Iilmxn, IC, 4lx'zII1:ux1. XI. IIllfI-i.uIu'r. .S'.'ufr11I' 1-'Zvi ,I.11:mmI I, NIVX mx, I I"-vux1III, If.-I1-mx, I, I"uIIrr. XI. I.. XY:u'4I. 41. Yirlwlx, Ii,X.m1I1u1. llrflur' mrv: S. II---In-r. X. I'Iw, l'.S1u:nin I I.mlIlxvIlm. AI. Illgll. XI. IC, Iimxlrrxx, Il. 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Cot.t.1Ns ,Xt.Tttot'tstl the yottngest elnh in Durham High, the Aviation Study Cluh is also one of the most aetive. Realizing the need for a eluh devoted exclusively to the study ol' aviation and aeronauties, Mr. H. K. Collins and seventeen energetic hoys organized the lirst such clulu in Durham High. It was a great sueeess, and this year with an increased memher- ship and a more amhitious program, it again proved its worth. The elulw has only one purpose: to promote in- terest in aviation. At each meeting new develop- ments in aeronauties are discussed hy the memhers --model huilding, although not a scheduled part ol thc eluh program, is carried on hy a large ntnn- her ol' the memhers. Some ol' their handiwork was presented to puhlie view at the eluh exhihit ol the annual seienee show. l"n',vl Sl'HIl'.flI'l' Ot tile 1 tts .Yrroml .N'r'ri1."-'lm Lt xvls tiluttotn Presitlent , l-X1 K Llvm luvmm Smx lorittuw Vie:-President Wu I.I ut Wit wx Ml Ill.l Ist NIIUVIX Seeretary-'l'reastn'er Si tw Iot'itn-is Ifnzfl mfr: 'lhomas liemery, Rohert White, Harold Denning, Holt Thornton, Huh Rose, Srmml mtv: Mr. Collins, Ted I'ur- vear, Iaelv Lfutlerxvootl, Richard Tyson, Merle lsenhour, Wallaee Stexvart. Stan Iourtlan. William Wilson, I. ll. Imgtxun. Lewis tiregt 1t'X', PMQE ,go ...nismzqzzweww cf fs-MH I-nxfl wuz' fil.llltlt' xylllhllllx litllx' l't'nclc'rQ1'.t tli. lltlvbll llttrgwx. livtlx' Sc'c'lvx'. ll.t1l'1t't NlCiXllll.IIl. .xlltlllll muy' ll.1i'ul:l llll,lt'll. . l . , , 1 lhlly l'il't't'tlIIl.lIl, 'llumlnx' U'Sl1t'.t. litililwy ltvtigvt-, Luca IH-tiny. l'.tlw.ttml l.g1t1glt't'. llttlrt lit1l'm-ttv, Int- .Xlgt'.t1itt. 'l'f11f'J mn! lm Ihtlwr, ltlllll living l.IIIlt'N lilly, l,t-tux Ilixmi, lmstt-I' limp, llilly 'l'limiiimiii, Wt-xlt-i' Imxir.. I-'ffmlli rung- Rui' tlit-yu, llill tim lin, R.ll'llIHIltl llull, klll.ll'lt'N lulitw. lx lf. llutvr. lultnny l,.ll'll.llL1. tilntrltx .Xmis. lTl.tutlt lIlNktlk'. l.llllx't' 'l4l1ultt.tx. lltlfll Smlmtlx, ,I!ll'IiA'l'l'.' lf. C. lll-.s'l'l4.k Untlur tlit- guitlgtticc ul' lftlw.ml l.1lllglL'y gtntl ings writ' slwtll mmtly in lL'LilllI'L'h lvy 5lll'kl'hNlilll Itttlsuii llurgcss, prvsitlctits in tlic lirst :mtl soc- ltztxilplmttigiuiplit-rx,lwmli111114111-iii-iiiitlpi-ultissimml mul sciiicstt-rs, rcspcctiwly. tht- Pliutogrztpliy lfluls .Xnioiig tlit-sv xwrc lion llcclxcig pu-ss lllllblllg lmtl mit' ul' its most sttrcusslittl yours. .Xtltling many rgiplicr lor tlit- llL'I'Lllll'Sllll llgtpcrs. SllPL'l'lllIL'lltlk'lll :ww catmvrzt linux to its rostcr tltis ycatr, tltu lirst XV. lf. xV1lI'I'CIl ol' tliu littrlmm City St-limils. wlitm tticvtings wort' spun! with tlic oltl tncmlicrs IR'1lL'll- lmliliy is tlit' tnatlting ul colurctl slitlcs. :tml Mm ing tlit- livwcr mics tht- lim' points ol' tlit- ctttncrzt. lyillll llilltml Uattnlwlc, lllllltllllllly liLlIIlOllS ztmattctu lllllliillg sligipsltuts. atntl tliu prurussiiig of lilms ttml pliutogrztpliur. b patpt't's. 'l'l1r clttlw xwnt on pliotogritpliic lit-ltl trips. li. C. llcstcr, tht- Iiqtculty tttlviaci' ot tht- clttli ttlitcr ilu- l-llllll1llllClllLllS ligul lwclt lcatriwtl, gtntl lu-lil gmt' muclt ztssiatnitcc to tht- lcss L'XlTL'l'lL'IlL'L'tl mum tlisctlssimts ttlmut tltt' l'L'SlllIlIlg pictttrcs tztlicn on livin ul' tlic t-luli, lIlSlIxllfllll2,: tlit-in in tltc usa- ul' tlig ilu-sv outings. t'1ll'lil'llUIlI :tml in utlicr plumes ol' tlit' pliutogrqtpliit During tlto st-t-mul scmcstcr. litm'cx'ci', tltc uncut- livltl. 1711,-'f .N'fn.'f, -','f -1' Ut n It t its Anmzfl .Vlllzflfl I'mt uw l,xx:,1 I x I'i'4witlt'i1t It iiwx lit tu.: xx It lvwx lit nu.: as Yin' l,l'L'Nl1lt'lll tft xt in Wt: l IXNIN Win I N ltxxls S t't' I't'l.ll'y llmltltx 511MHz xx XYINIIN UNM 'l'i'c.utm-1' XWMM llxxla inwii gi 7!t8A4GMfbL0ml9L60Ll... l'11--1 mfr: R. Holt. li.tTlit-ek. IJ. Byrd, I.Coueh, V,Thornhurg. Ii. Ruppcnthal. I.. Ruppenthal. Scnnzfl rnux' Ii. Ilarris. T. Mel- ton. ll. Holton. li. Wt-thington. l1..Xinis, I.. Mctiullock. li, Rogers, I. Holt. I. Christian. Slrzlnliflg: .L Pikutis. C. lzI'.llVlI'l'K'. W. llamlette. Urcf1cytm 1jl'l't'Cl0l'.' ixLBlN l,lKl"I'lS One has to he more than iust musically in- clinetl to play in the orchestra. This activity requires natural talent plus acquirecl skill on the part of the stuclent. Whenever the various school organizations present plays, the orchestra generally furnishes the music. Stutlents from hoth Senior and Iunior High Schools are en- rollecl in the orchestra group ably clirectecl hy Mr. Alhin Piltutis. The Durham I-Iigli School hancl, untler the clireetion of Mr. Thatl Iones. has heeome a vital part ol' the school curriculum. With its sixty memhers, the hantl has hecome known through- P out North Carolina. Upon receiving the request to play in Zehulon at the cletlication ol' a new highway, the entire personnel, inclutling tlrum maiorettes, macle a trip to that city lor the cleclication. They were next schetlulecl to visit Raleigh for a paracle: antl, while there, they were given the privilege ol' hearing the Ullllt'tl States Marine liancl. This group also playetl in all the paratles cluring the foothall season here. In the interest of fostering appreciation for hantl music. the hantl gave several concerts in the elementary schools of the city. AGE 32 wemgmenzw Ivrxl l'Ul!'f In Rum-. lb. hm I-N, I.. IIXRINILI., lx. I.:-xx .N'rmmlm1f'.' I. fJvNl,XI,, M, SNIIIH, ll. Usuuuxr. C, Axm, Y. li. lows Bam! .Baden 1,IlI'C'C'fUI'.' IIIAII lumix .- .. ,, ,. .'- ,- M lrrxl wmv: XI,5nml1, N.l.m:xh.m1, ll. IP, Klzlylmrnl. lx. lxznml, J. Il1rlu'r, Il,lIlr1N1l:m. J, lx. lml'lIm, -I. ll NYM an 1',XY:lll, li. Hull ID U Iirlzmt, lu We-lmvr, li. il Iirugmt, li. Suggs, X ,l .AIUIIUN Rl. I-nllcr. 5I,l.fn1g. l,.XnnN. Ii. XXL-Ima-x', KI, llnll. IL.-X111-wok, XX lllun, R. llulmlxxill. l', XX.u'1n'k, t', lim. XY. Il. Haulllvi. l,, Nnlnlzm. XY. livxr. Al. Nm-wxlmll. H, Shun: l', XK'l1m-lshnu-. P. Murris I lllwkqnlwr, lf. Smith. ,Ymwnl ruin: Nl. Xlclullcu. i.l'm-, Il.1.nmIwm, Il,l.umcv', fl. Klillrr, M,1l:u'k. lifll-w. hl. Imaam-r, ll Uxlu-unc. R. Ifvllh-r, ,llgyliilq IJi1'm-riur. 'l'l1:ul.Im1vNg Ilrum Mnjm-, li1lw:u':l IA-vx. 1'.XIiIi-Q-Q Jli-Slamfcwcfa of Gizafzaclea . . . I-ir-.rl r4ifu.' ll. l'iot-tor, ml. Nates. R. White. ll, lxvllerman. R. Rose, ll. llaekis. li. 'I'aylor. R. Nlyatt. .Ywroiitl rim-: R, Ilooper. ,l. Poe, Y. l':trlwr. I". Isaacs, ll. llztzel. I". Nlorgztn. Xl, NYilsot1, l'..Xiul1't-ws. .S'ft11ul1'1ry1.' ll. llenning, 'lf llenit-ry, ll. Spransy. lf Hoy. XY, NN'il-on. NY. Ilurst, S. Alourtlan, il. l'ntlt-rwootl. 'I'. t'r:tnfur1l. ll. llaniilton. C. .lohnstt-n. IC. llunne, 'lf llarri-. Al. Il:-5. Mr. IC. I.. Phillips, Mr. Petersoil. alli- W ,'11fLfI'5c'l'.' li. L. Piin.t.it's ls tavtxo t'l' to their platform, "Clean speech, clean sports, clean scholarship, clean living," the memhers of the Durham Hi-Y Cluh have accomplishetl their purpose, "Yo create. main- tain. and extentl throughout school and commu- nity high stantlartls of Christian character." The cluh, lecl hy Paul L. Peterson of the Y. M. C. A.. William Farthing. city representative, and L. Phillips from the Durham High School, has extentletl its influence during its twenty years of existence until it is an integral part of school ancl community life. That these thirty-live hoys. heatlecl hy Presi- clent Ronalcl Rose. have liullilletl their motto, "Character Through Service," is shown hy the many services they have rentlerecl the school anrl the city. At Tliatilcsgivittg ancl Christmas PAQ .S'c'c'l'c'lt1l'y they preparecl toys antl haslaets ol' lootl for the poor. As their annual school project they sponf soretl Phil Messenlgopf antl his or-clit-stra. antl usetl the proceecls to huy flags for the school autlitorium. At the weekly meetings the entertainment committee sees to it that an' interesting program is arrangetl, ancl occasionally a square clance. party, or Weiner roast provitles enioyahle va- riety. The oilicers, electetl hy popular vote. are as follows: l'1'e.v1'1lc'11t Roxxttm Rosie Viva'-I'1'c'.r1'1fc'f1t Horam' Ktii.i.Eltxt.xx l3u.i.i' llttzms 'Ill'C'u',f!ll'C'1' llIl.I. 'll,XYl.UR Cfmpllzin Roiimtt' NViu't'ia . . . am! GZJ-Zlaahianed K ' I I NEEDLEWORK GUILD DIRECTORS lvrxl mn! S. Speed. ll, lltckis. I, Cliantller, li, Heck, ll. Sttgg, M. Ilundlcy, I. Boring. .L lficltls. IJ. Mills. S. lloover, C. Tliompson. .Yr-wfitl rfizr: S. Strickland, M. llentlcrgrapli, l.. kcbl Ii e, S. llanteron, , Watkins. S. liuchanan, K. Dune: . I tn X. iliglylor. l'. Kelly. N. Royertilt, ll. Cottttril. N. lloc. Tlllifll l'Illl'f Miss llt'l't', R. Mfljtllllllll, M. Sfltltlkett. lf, Cooke, X. Long, Ii. llrtglit, C. ll.trtt'.ii'd. I.. Tlioinpson, C, Strattghn, I. Harry, Ii, Poe, M. llookur, P. Colt-lla, Ii. Ran liil'l, lf. Ctilelollgll, IJ. Iearrtngton, M. G. G'Connor. .-11l1fi.fw'.r.' Mtssss Hstut and Hotsooon 'l'tua sttesttu-.tis ol' the Iunior Needlework Guild, an auxiliary ol' the Durham Needlework Guild, gathered for the tenth anniversary of its found- ing in to-gt. into new. warm, useful garments which were given to underprivileged children of pre-school age. These garments were dis- played at the ingathering in Durham High on November t, and at the Washington Duke Hotel on November 5. ln October, the entire guild met in the audi- torium to discuss the purpose and program of the Iunior Guild. at which time the president, Susan liuchanan. presided. Mrs. I-I. G. I-Iorack, president, and Mrs. I. .-X. Speed, of the Senior Guild spoke. This year the forty directors were again guests at the annual tea at the Hope Valley Club. At this time, the directors presented a skit "In His Name." written by Mariella Hook- er and directed by Dot Mills, that depicted the needs of the organizations which receive the contributions. The Needlework Guild is composed of girls of the stttdent body who voluntarily give their services to the welfare of the less fortunate chil- dren. To become a member of the guild, each girl is required to give two new garments for children ttnder two years. The directors chosen from among the iunior and senior members are each responsible for ten other girls and a money member. Boys do their share by contributing to the shoe fund. which amounted to twenty dollars this year. tutes 55 mmf: H quam rgyy T -w - SENIOR Irml r-ml .Y I'nII:Ir:I. NY. Ilnpxml, R. 4l:nII'x'-, XI. 'I'urm-r. Ii. Smith, III. 'I'I1umpwu. S. 'I'iNI:n'c. Il. Ilznrrix. N. Ifc-rgxlwuu. -I. I'I1:m1IIm-r. XI 'I'I1nxl1pwl1. ID. Ih-lmis. NI. I'l'I'l'j', l'. I'msIc1lrI. .S'm'm1:I nmh' I'. I.ih-5. :Y I'.Ik'll'IlI'l', KI. XIJIHIN-wx. 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S Izutl I XXIII! III MI ml ml I Illx Il I xxIIIIlIIIN Ix 51 N I' uII I Xlltthuxs I. Illmmlu I YIvu1N I X m4Ilul , '. zum-'.. -If ,u, . 1 ..um1. .. ln'-. ..: - . . : '. I-'. 1 I Imug, R. Iivzulvy. Y. Smith. I. High. .Y Ilum, II. I'uum-II. NI. Ilmullvy. 'l'l.ir4i uma' IC. IiiIIium. .Y I'. Murrix S. KIm1fm':I. I III-we-c. Il. II:nII. NI. I.mlg, Il. Imvv. IC. SIIl'llIIt'l'II. IC. Ilvllllm-II. II. Ilznwkinf. I". NIUXQQ, Y.XY1Iwn. II.IYI1ilr. .Y I.. 'I':nyIm. lunrllv l'w7r.' AI.I..3I1gI1, .Y XIUI-L-I-. I.. Ix:lpI:1l1, III. I.:1t1:I. .I. I1'lu-Iwznri. .Y IIIIIWI. XI.I:u'vIm-11, I. In-II4'y. II. Iurrvlltlm-, NI. Ik-I ulnnr. I'.. I .m1vm'I'. XI. XIII wal. NI. RHI:-nI1m1r, It. NI. III-In-I-. I.. .XlnIm'rsml. l'lllI1 umm' .Y Ihgel-I-I-, I .IHIrll:l. N. I'.w, K. IIULIIII. I II.ll'llN, XI. IYrIv-Ivr. Y. IYulNI1.n11. INI.,IuIlx1slIm. I". Rug. XI. I.. I'l':uIvll'vv. IQ. Millx, If Slnrkllguu, I". ICIIM, If. Iiurllzxm. .Yiulh 1 I. R IYIIIYI-I'-ml, I'.WvIxI1. II. IIIXIIIIHII, XI. IIm'L'1'x. 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PAGE 1 -wzz uw www ff T is MIMIKIS OFITICERS l'ilI'.VI rnu': liugene Iirwin, Stage Manager: Dorcas Maynor, Vice-President: Peggy Schroder, Secretary: lohn Poe. Treasurer. S1-mln! 1-mr: Charles Mason, Stage Manager: Mary Iohnston, Monitor, Dorothy Mills, I'rt-sident: Marcus Carpenter, Stage Manager. i'xl.'l'llOl'1ill IUUFC Cl11I7llllSlS PLII Ull 3lClil1g lllllll any other phase of dramatics, advertising, di- ' f l luumcd. fb Glad A11'Ui.rer.' Miss HRUVVN PllILLiPs from study of drama to vaudeville entertain, ment. VVC salute Miss Brown Phillips! Only a few reeting, and backstage work receive their due amount of importance. Those interested in these phases of dramatics had the opportunity of showing their ahility in "Mary Finds a Mother" and in the Slate contest play, "The Miracle ol Tony Assisi," which was given sec- ond rating hy the Carolina Dramatics Associa- lion. 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IP. linnvn. I.N1x'.XHlNI1'l'. C. Nclwn, PAGE 40 P gd Masq PMB " SCIQNIQ FROM "'I'lllf. VVl'iIll3lNKi" Newton .Xngicr lanet Tophain George Mcl.t-od lulia llunne Toni McCauley Marguerite Clark loltu Nlukllister' M Tux et'1.ix1iN.x'i'ioN of the year's activities ol' the Mummers Dramatics Club was the presentation ol' "A Wedding," a one-act comedy, chosen, cast, and directed entirely by students. Under the direction ol' Wade Williams, this play is the lirst, so far as is known, to be solely a student production pre- sented in the auditorium. Six hundred students laughed at the humor of its sparkling lines. The Mummers' good turn for the year was the presentation of a fifteen-minute play over radio station WDNC. which opened the sale of Christmas seals. Again the guiding hand of Wade Wil- liams served as director, who also played a role, as did Nelda Ferguson, Newton Angier, George McLeod. Thomas McCauley, and Gordon Whitted. On a headline quiz program. sponsored by the Herald-Sun, Thomas McCauley gave evidence of his ability in topping his colleagues to capture the live-dollar prize. Others appearing in this program were George McLeod. Marguerite Clark, Martha Ann Sally, and Catherine Long. ln this connection, we pay tribute to Dot Murray's splendid work casting "Thank You, Doctor." Unfortunately it was necessary to cancel this presentation on account of insurmountable obstacles. Four times it was postponed. Under the excellent planning of Newton Angicr, the programs have been very interesting. Make-up demonstrations. recording of voices, and presentation of one-act plays have been on the schedule. VVe welcome the sophomores, our new members, and are pleased to note that they comprise a very valuable part of our club. The cast of the wedding: Newton Angier, the groom: Ianet Topham. the bride: George McLeod, best man: Thomas McCauley. the groomsman: julia Dunn. the mother of the groomg Marguerite S, Clark, aunt of the bride: and john McAllister, father of the bride. I V ,7 If 1-ma: .43 ' L' J X, : . 51" ' 4, .. 5 , i. 4 ,. I Sriifrrl: Mariella lloolter, Vice-President: Sarah llameron, 'l're.tsurer: Carolyn llarxvarrl, President: Doi liailtlv. Mniutoix Sftllllllllgf Sarah Speed, Chaplain: Dorcas Maynor. Seei'et.u'y: lint Mills, l'resulent: Dot Sugg, Seeretary: lfern Rice, Chaplain. f11fz'1'.rer.' Miss LEL1.-x H.fXNll"I'lJN THE Cornelia Spencer Literary Society was named for Cornelia Phillips Spencer, who was noted for her splendid essays and reli- gious letters. The First year after it was organized, the Cornelia Spencer Society often held ioint meetings with the Walter Hines Page Soci- ety, but lnoih organizations soon hecame too large. It is the aim of this society to teach its memhers how to deliver clear, interesting. and intelligent talks hefore an audience. In this they are ably assisted hoth hy practice at the meetings, and hy their adviser, Miss Lelia Hampton, who gives them much valu- able advice. The two outstanding speakers of the year were Mrs. U. F. Herring, who gave an in- teresting talk about her experiences in Africa and afterwards gave some hird calls, and lane Wilson, a former graduate of Durham High, who gave an interesting talk on her work in a children's lihrary. lufl .N'r'I1Jr'.fl1r Ol4'lflCl-IRS .hlflllllll .Yl'Hl!'t'f1'l Cxiun xx llxicwxitn l'l'esimlent lloi Mit is Mum I i x llrinki it Vice-l'i'esuleiit M KRII iii lluniu it lion' Sim, Secretary lliuu ts Maison: SKNKII lixxii vox 'l'reasurer SKRXII lb-xxii aux Silt xii Si-I i in Chaplain lfi iw Rll'l lim' llvxnm Monitor llni Munn Pusia 42 Gafmelia 5 lfffemdmfi . - . . I, . . . . . ,- In vl luis. It. l In-wk. .I. 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II1xuI1:m:m, 1,,XIm-xzunlvr, Xl, Ixm-11. ,I. Iluglu. l..,X11I1y. II.KIrMxII.m. II.,I.I'rirr. ILS4-4-Ivy. lQXX1Ilq-vxnum, X.Ynrk. If .Xmlrm-wx. .S'i.1rh rfmn' ,I,IYhilIluI:I. I'.RI:nrIxI1:un. .I.Nm-II. X I--umm, I. Illvlwv, l1,lI1-tlhw. I., .Milly Il. I'm-, I.. I.ung, ,I.Nl4ukln1m1. Ix.1 rum, R. XIVIM-l'll1nIl AI. IXIIIIIQ. I'. Rvglxtn-l'. .Nriwlllll 1 I XI Imlln Il IInInu I Il1Ivn1I I IMI In X NI XIIIIIII I Rn I IlIIu XI I1IIllI1llI X I'u11 I1 N IIIKII I MMIII: ., . :'x',.'..'..x-.,-Jww. ..r. :5.. -,..:Aw..fu-:'-,.. ,I,S1u--ul. I.. I'mux'x, ITXUE Wdimadma wwf' saw, I"ir.ft row: RALPH S'm1w1ionN. President. Srrrmrl row: Exasirm' mil-.'I'lllYf5'l'f7Y. Chaplain: Russ l'i-mu I 1 lresident: lil-.aiixtlvts WARD, Treasurer: TIARIKIS llunzron, Secretary: S.-ni fi,-XV'l'I', Seeri-tai'y. AdU1'.f6ff Miss MARGUERITE M. HERR The Walter Hines Page Literary Society program makers emphasized polish and ease in public speaking and expert guidance in types of life work. Fundamentals in Public Speaking outlined hy Professor Leroy Lewis of Duke Univer- sity, "Preparation for a Law Career" dis- cussed hy Professor Malcolm McDermott, and "Surgery as a Life Work," by Dr. W. B. McCutcheon were valuable contributions supplementary to student effort. The members of the Page this year have won distinction in public speakingg Charles Markham, Charles Daniels, and Ronald Rose in the state contests and Harris Proctor in the state and national. Each year in the fall the freshmen are initiated at Camp Sacarusa, and a banquet is planned and given by the boys in the spring as a climax to the year's work, at which time a prominent speaker is intro- duced. This year Dr. R. S. Rankin will speak on the "World Crisis." The name of the boy who has brought the most outstand- ing service to the school and the society in three years is engraved on the Page cup every year. The secret of the Page Society's success has been the following of their motto, "Let knowledge grow, let life be enriched," and the untiring help of their loved adviser, Miss Marguerite M. Herr. l"1r.fl Srn11'.flr1' OFFICERS Sz-mrul Srrmx-'lc'1' Rm.:-it Swfnltonx ., President.. . . Rrss l'i-lun Rl ss l'lluu' . .,.. VlCL"l,l'l'5lllC'l1I ,,., R.-urn Srienurntx llmuus l,RfN"l'UR . , . Secretary . . Sui G.-is ii Ili Mmlstz Wfuw . , Treasurer. . ll!-sixtlwn VK'-um IIXININ Slltmakilt . .,., Monitor Ili-itmiu' SXYIYIDIII mme 44 Wdiw Jima page Mamiya 5 .- ..,,.. M. .W ,. lvlifl lmu' lx. XM1I1u1g1-um, I. Ixully. I. N. I..IN.lIi'l', L.. Iohnslun, ,X. UIIIXURIKI, R,51.u1mluul. 3. I1lllHI.ll1. l.lmlu1xw-HI, lx. l.X nk- rlx, I.II.IIIlN, R. NN Imn. Huw N1.1l'gAlrl1lrIlrl'1',.lslusvl'. .Nfmllzl muh I. Ilullmvny. I' , lu'1lmlv.nml. l.. II.lIllL'I. l..Nm'x1IIc, I. l'm'. I. Iiunlnum. l1,XlmIwIl. I-.W.1lIwr, IB. Iimnrlm, R. IIL'l'l'y. 'l'. I'uryc.n'. 'I'l11r1l mfr: ll.I'rur1ur, R. Rum, li. IIlla'IxLII5L'L', .X. Mmwy- lun. W,W1lw11. ll, l lull. I. Rulxlxilnx. li.S1m'.1yl1m'r1, V. Smith. lfunrrfl mfr: S, IIuulIl. lI..xll1I5. lf.. IILlI'IIlrlll'. S. fI.lllIl. li. .Xua- I .. . . .- .. . .. .- I 1 H N uv .I I ,-.. . ,.1.-.'f,1. .... ..,. I ,u n-.1... ..... '1 ll 1: .-.... is 'I' lz,..v...,. ll! I Iva fl l'4lll'.' W. Slvxmlll, 'lf lf. I'1mvII. Il.lS1mI, I". M-x1'g.u1l. I1.ll.m'l, f1.NI.llAIxI1.IlI1. W. 'I'Innn.ux. fxl.M1lIm'r. 'I',lI1nl4-u'xuunl, Su - um! 11-ny' .X. V. S-uwll, lf. Oxwu. C. Rul--x,I5.iir1Ihn, I. l-nnnflh-, l.. i.l.nw, XX. XX nllmzns. I, lzulmnks, Il. I4uqu.zy. Ii. llmu-rtuxl. 'I'l1ml mfr: II.SI1.m. W.l'1mIc1ju1'.1pl1. l.Im-lx.-mx. R.Wg1lkim, II.,I'.lI'I'. .X.Wilwn. I.C.II'l', lI.Spr.u1wy. 'II.fIIIII'lL'IlI. l"f1m'!l1 mum' lf. III.ll!I1', H, IJ, IQlI'IxI.llI1I. lf. I'-IIIIYIIQIII, R. l.luy1l, 'l'. Horns, 'If Ifmvlrr. II. limncll. 'lf 0'Slu'.1. . ' ' lucas 45 .1 , . .4 , ,N ' . -. 4, 4 . - . --A.. ' 1 xA M' , ' R. da MMM awww .9 - lfirrt row: KA'l'liLlil-.N llvwriax, Vice-President: MARY Lori CRAB'l'Rl-lla, Treasurer: Iiuz.-in Til Coizuf, Chap- lain. .S'n'mnl mum' liriawon Rawiuxi, Vice-President: Iam-. Wwiuws, Secretary: Iinwi',s'i'zw Wisr, Treas- urer: Kiriiri-ix Xvll.l.lAMSl1N1. Secretary: IIUXIA Gl'v1'a-it, Monitor: Ciim 'l'liosii's:iw, l,I't'Nll1'l1lI Manx FIVIIUMPSUN, l'f'z'.v1'rlr'11r,' Srsaw SPI-II.. Monitor. . L Aa'z11'sc'r.' Miss LOUISE WA1'KlNS Say, did you see Eleanor Rankin Wearing that handle-bar mustache! Well what about Kathleen Duncan making a "sour-puss kingl' of herself. So was the discussion of one of the plays put on by the Brogden Society at one of their semi-monthly meetings. It was one of the most entertaining and novel programs presented by the members of the Society this year. The Society which was organized in Oc- tober 1926, was named for Mrs. Lila Mark- ham Brogden who was a former Latin teacher at Durham High and a leader in the city's civic life. Under the advisership of Miss Louise Wat- kins, the society has and still is making vast strides toward a larger and better organiza- tion. It carries the Hag on with its motto "The Truth Shall Make You Free." l'1r.rl .Nf'llll'.Vfl'l' Ol"lflCl".RS .Ynnrnl Sf'l7ll'.i'l!l Ci in 'l'lioMi'soN Presiclelit . Muzi 'liloxwsow l'i,l,I xxolt Rawkix , ...Vice-llresitlent . K.xllll.i iw lliwuwx lui Waritiws . . 4 Secretary . , K:XIIlI.l rw Wiiimxiszm l'iRXI NTIYI VV! si . , Treasurer . Maui' l.ot' l:RAIi'l'RlI lfrinlsi ru Com.: . . , , Chaplain . Ci-Lia Tiiosivsow luxm K-lwriit . Monitor , 1 . Srsw SPI-l.l. iuuaa 46 da fffaalzham Ba Memdma lrfxl mm' II,4I.1I'I'4-, -I.'I'Il-infix. II Smm-. l'. NIHIIQ-n. I'. Ilurlmm. lf .X--Im-n'II1, I.. King. sl. IL14-mtv. ,X'I'.vfrIl I I X llmhlnx I rlmlw. XI.'I'r.,1x1I-N.-nu. lx'.AIhLlvr,m. Il II.vIv,.. .X.I'll1u1.m, l'.'I'11mnpxlu. IC,4Ml:Iv. l'l:r:.l wrv. I'. I.'nm1n-In-1, NI IIIIIHXI u I IXIIIIXHI I XXIAIIQIIINV 'I, XI.1IlIlg-'Wm 5,Flu'II, X,Ih:1nI. 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Lian by Gordon Carver, president, and Mr. E. L. Phillips, adviser, the Blackwell Literary Society started its twenty-fifth year by im- pressing its motto "Faciena'o Facere Dis- crimesf' "Learn to do by doing," upon nine- teen new members at the annual initiation held at Camp Sacarusa. Following the cere- mony all enjoyed dinner, although the mantelpiece served as a table for the new members. Many varied programs were held during the yearg including a "Take It or Leave lt" quiz with Ronald Rose taking the prize. Mr. Phillips was a strong competitor until he tripped up on who the first bachelor president of the United States was. Later in the year the club collaborated with the Page Literary Society in a joint "iam" ses- sion, with Billy Marshburn and his band furnishing the "jam." A cabin party brought the season to an eventful close. Firsz Seniexlcr OFFICERS Second Scnzcsler ci0RDUN CARVER . .,.., President ...., .... C loimorsi Cfxnviak IIMMY fJlNEAL . .Vice-President. . . . , , IIMIXIY c,iNEAl. CZHARLES NELSON ,. , Secretary ..., ..... B ILLY Smirii EARL MILES. , Treasurer, ., . ..., EARL MILES BILL IPICKERSON Sergeant-at-Arms .. BILL IDICKERSON Imzx l'IIClISlN1lTll. . . . . , . Chaplain. . , , ..,, IACK I-licnsmirn PAGE 48 ff, 1,4 D, - 1 . ' A-fwglziyffg l':fx?Q" X. 'vi-3' g3'g.m.,,.,,LM,1k , lwrxf rum" H. lh'p.m, -I. llvllllimq, li. l'4xm'L'nlI1l:ll1 ll Hixlmp, H, l'ur11m'5l, H. lPivkcI'sn1I, l', Nfl-ull, .Ywrwllfl I'Hfx'.' 4'.,l:u'u11N, V. lh ls wvll, M.'I'I1lun1Nlu, ll. l'Iu'ixI1.m. l'.l':1l1:plu-ll. XY. Iluvix, 'l'. 1' Jlnn. IC. Mila-N. S. .Xln-x.uuh-r. 'l'!m-fl mmm' Il. ilnvvr, II. li. NI:n511:n1I VI. 1VXv1ll. ll, Nllnn, ll, L'.1lx'1'x', Il. lJ:u'kS, 'l'. llriglll, N. .XllgiL'l. J. .Xlgl':u1ti. lf. .XIs'x:llnlm'1'. - Q 'sv . ww ' " rl 1. .Qi 'KF ' I -A A"'4- I l"ir.x'l nm? XI. Xls'i'ulls'll, 1i.XX':uu-11. XY -lulluxinm, I". XYc'lmsln'r. S. IM1'hr1l. Al. Lxxxxs, Ii.Sl1.n'1u-. 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Ilrown, l".Miles, ll.White, lJ.G1u'ner, .X.llohhs, l"..fillll4lIlI, N.l.iekson, lJ.,Xtleoek, M.lilneklt-i' 7 .Yrmrnl ww: M.l,e.u'y, .Llfit-ltls. Llohnson, M.liright, N.O'Stt-en, lJ.Stt-xensnn. Thirrl row: .X,M.Morggu1. M.l.n'lor, V Roberts. I. Warner, G. Iaunes, I. Kitnhro, li. I. llgirris, 17. lirtiswell, .-X. llrewer, A. l lunt. Miss Tltoinsnn, V. Y.ites, li. l lolllt-r, ll ' i Iistes. M. Thompson, M. Tliompson. " 1-AGE 50 1 t , . .1 , 14 f' Sa' . lf!1'm'1'.' Miss x'IKliIXlX llmammn I.4-yall lu IIlL'll' lmIl'o11,.Xllu'l1al. 4 gmI4l4-55 ul wmionm anal lcnrnf- 4 4 ing, IIYCIIIIKTS of llw .xlllfllll 5 l.ilt'l'lll'y Socivly' this ycnr plan-ml spvciall clnplmsin un public Fl1L'iIIiilltL: mul music. .N'rulle'J,' Yi lun If: nm wx. Pro 5c'rl'c'l.ll Q Vita' I'I'L'Ni4l1'lll1 CH I-KVI ns: I-'llwl' xxl1S:uwlmSlM1slnn Ill 5x1llll, Nilllllllilf Snlllwm Rl MNIII V, Nimmmwi I'ls.r,x 54 munn H l-lx o 1 x x li XII. l'1'uish 111: XIII mu Il SVHI I M N, .l1I'l'.lNlII'i'l'I N11 sink-nl. .Nl.1mfl'11g.' 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Miss DoRo'r1ix' Wn,soN Dum vot' ever wontler wliy tlie "lmearclecl lacly" at llie circus liatl a lieartl or xvliy some people were midgets? Have you ever lieen asketl tlie question xvliy a lalaclt cow coulcl eat green grass antl give white milk? It's a strange worlcl we live in. Trying' to solve some oli tlie seemingly im- possilile ocurrences ol' nature, memliers ol: tlle Nature Stucly Clulm presentetl lantern slitles. lieltl many cliscussions. antl took lielcl trips. Speaking of lieltl trips. tlie group liatl to take one to liave this Miassiexomt picture matle. On tliat particular clay Mother Nature seemetl to lie in an unliintl moocl-tliere was too mucli poison ivy arouncll Wliy can't Nature lovers recognize poison ivy anyway? 0l'l'lCliRS lfirxl Sr'n1r,rlr'1' NFIIIIIII Sum '.+' lrr lirlu Il'I' Wi 'i invq row , , l'resitlent . , lil in it r Wi riuwraiox SIIIIQLI i' Srl i I,l .,.. . Vice-l'resitlent . . 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'l'. Kerns, 'l'. Iones, W. lhlllllllllllll, Ki. Carver. 'l'111-, 1f111s'1' 1:11o1'11 ol .1tl1letic.1lly lllL'lll1L'll young 111e11 to lXll'llClpLllL' i11 tl1e lJLlI'l1ilIl1 High School llllllcllf Pl'Ugl'AllI1 lor 111.111-111.11 w11s Il1e lillfllllllll lt-11111. During the l1uter pilfl ot' August these hoys hcg1111 to 111'ep11re for tl1e re11l season which l11y 11he11cl. This ye11r. 11s in 1l1e past SCVCl'Lll yCLlI'S, the le11111 w11s co11cl1e1l hy C11rey L. lirewhuker llllll two Cllpklllll' 11ssist11nts. l'. C. Sykes 11111l Nick xh'.ll'l'L'Il. 'l'l1ey opent-1l the season witl1 1111 impressive ,gg-o victory over Mt. Airy. which VVLIS con- sitleretl to he ll strong te111n. The next week the liulltlogs iUllI'l1CyCll to l'o1'tsmoutl1, Uhio. ,lil1L'I'L'. AlgillllSl ll te11n1 which w11s supposecl to he stiperior to them, l,0l'lSIl'lUllll1 w11s h11ntlecl ll 21-o st-1h11ek hy the hoys from tl1e llull City. 'l'he liollowing week the griclmen met ll highly toltetl sqtlncl lirom the sc1111o1'l town ol' Wil- niington. The s11ilo1's were o11 the short entl ol' ll 28-U score. Following this Cl1gQlgCl'l1L'l1l 1l1e liullclogs met tl1e High Point Sqlllltl in tl1e Furniture City. Wl1Cll the tlust ClC1lI'CCl ZIVVQIY- D11rh11m w11lketl ofl with ll IAQ-U victory. 'l'l1Cl1 i11 the next contest, which w11s with Creenshoro, the liulltlogs were heltl to Ll scoreless tie. Fol- l0XVlI143.f the g'Lll'I1C with Greenshoro the Bullclogs were 11g11i11 tiecl hy il strong ICLII11 from Wilson. The game enclecl i11 il I4-I4 tleaitllock. The liullclogs next entert11inecl Rocky Mount o11 the Durham helcl Llllil lust to the l5l11ckhircls hv il score of I4-7. Closing the se11so11 witl1 one ol' tl1e olclest rivztls i11 tl1e "Old North State," l3Lll'l1LlI11 High School 11l11yetl hosts to Raleigh. The score VVLIS IS-0 i11 fQlVUl' of Ijllflllllll High. 11,-11:12 65 fN Rulfll S'1u,xYl1cmx, Uunrcl Lrmxlu l3l'1.1.fmc:14, Iincl 1xI.BIiR'I' Muxmllxx, Hgllflmck Ciurmkule Mc1Lmn, Qlllll'lCfl11lCli 'l'lum.xs Inxxas, Tackle I'.1.x1Ek l3.xRnul'k, lncklu lung WIlf7ll.XI.I., clllllfil I'..xnL Iuxns, land Sxxmx' ci,XEN'l"I', liml Slllmm l.wl2'1'1s, Qlllll'lL'l'l3Alk'Ii CQVRIIUA c:AliYI'R, Hulflmfk XVIQRNUN SNIITII. liml M.xx.upr1u Innes liixczmm A A , X, if ti ff L ll c:ll.XCll CXRIQY lgliEXX'B.XKlill Y' ,499 . xg. 14. 15. llm, 17. lb. ug. ltr. ll. 1 v 5 14. llucrlupla Ml'xlfulum, fnllllfkl Hx1u'm' Rlixx, HAlli'l74lCli Ulusxx LINISTEXD. lincl Rl'ssm.1. l'1aluu', lflllllmck l3xl,1,xs Hlumzu, Hzllflmck H. D. Suites. CL'lllL'I' Nmaxlxx Hnuxmmx. Tuclalc cilillklili Kumi, cfllllfil lilumxvlen S1'k.xxsx', cfllllfll Tom Kmxs. 'lhcklc RUE lima xmas, limi VK' xI,1.xc:1a I"l,XNlMUND,l:Cl1lkl B i Iflryf ruuz' .L C. Sorrell, A. NVilson, G. Carver, H. Renn, S. Loftis. lf. Lougee. Il. Swintlell. Xrmml mr:-J M. Francis, R. .Xtltlerton, R. Barnes, ll. Aushon, S. Gantt, Ii. Gattis, N. llermlon, T. Bright, K. 'I'urner. T. lones, Sykes. S'l'.XR'I'lNl5 the season with sixty-nine consecutive victories and a high stanclarml to live up to, the Durham High Bulldogs had a very successful regular season, topped oil hy winning the State Championship from High Point, thc only high school Hve to tlefeat the liullclogs tluring the entire season. Continuing the gootl work first startetl two years ago. the hoys received invitations to the Duke-Durham Tournament antl the Glens Falls Tournament at Glens Falls, New York, hut were eliminatecl in the early rountls ol' hoth of the tournaments. which were eapturetl last year hy Durham High. Leatling the quintet were two hoys from the famecl 1940 team. Gordon Carver anal Bill Gat- tis, who were aiclecl hy such eapahle players as Douglas Aushorn. Sammy Gantt. Turner Bright, Thomas jones, Shuler Loftis. A. C. Sorrell, Kenneth Turner. Charles Ferrell, litlgar Lougee, Herhert Swinclell, Al VVilson, Harvey Renn, antl Raymoncl Barnes. Imran 66 Z' f . bf! V' Qvof X LJ nl' .,. fy 'C f '. .dw tiff' 'W 'L fa VLLLVC V All-A ! 11-fa f LW. ,W ft: 'R X M 'N ,U v if "f 1 .1 ul7aMWW""N W , L L M X3 I A . , is .wg , 4 l," a 4 Wu Www . . ' ' 'f x ,. . 'fy " I-M y Qs 'H ,.:.. X. .yww. M W Q W K , Q ,,,x N , ' , I K 'W N Mmm, ' 4, K5 Nw W M ,, 'M 'wx A "wx Y 1, X. M , X .af K -5 49' P Sy-M35 I. Gmumx CI.xlu'mz Qlcflj Rm 1. 3 J' 4. Q A. lm. 7. S. cj. rv. .mal Inu. C,,x'r'1'1s Qri 1.1 1-Cxlplxlllls f,Il.KRLlE l"mu4EL1. 'l'l'ux11l: lK3Rl1ill'l' Hmusmu' Sxx'lxma1.l. A. C. S: RRHLI. HIJCQXIK lmlxumf S1l1'1,lf.R L0lf'l'lS Smmx' cg.XN'l"I' KIiXNli'l'Il 'l'l'nN1ik 'l'llrm.xs luxlas llmwmxs .-Xtsuux glll, Alm1ugc'r.v.' 5IiR'I' .'X1mEla'1'fmx. M,KIiN'lN l"R,xNc:ls 53, .... .Jima la Zfaa, llficfz Wamm lfoit sm'Eit.t1. rmits Nick VVarren has assistetl the coaches of baseball and football in D. H. S. for one rewarcl only: the sheer joy in working with the boys anal the satisfaction he derives from helping to train fellows to play clean, tough games- the kintl that make goocl men better men. His example as a former athletic star in high school antl at Duke, and now as a citizen whose love of sports brings him from his office every afternoon to Work on the athletic field is an inspiration to all lovers of real sportsmanship. l'.xoE 63 in tht- history ol' Uurhaui lligh School, the lmasc hall tcatn untlcr thc capahlc lcatlcrship ol' Coachcs I. li. Shit-ltls anal Nick NVarrcn rlinchctl the lfast- crn Class A championship with a scnsatioual rccff ortl ol scvcii wins antl ont' loss. turnt-tl antl playctl on this ycar's ninc. B Cotzcll: I. D. SIIIELIXS Cfoinplctiug onc of tht- most SllL'CCSSlllll seasons :X largt' uunilicr ol lvoyfs turnctl out lor this l'oy. vt'ar's train. Several lcttcrinsn from last ycar rc lN"lt'i1ilwcrs ol' this yt-ar's squatl art' as follows: I". Morgan, C. Wt-ltlon. Ci. Whittml. Captain R. Perry, ll, liranch, l. Sauntlcrs, ll. Clatlis, S. l.ol'tis. P. Ioncs, G. Carvcr. .-X. Atlants. ll. Mints, ll. Sauntlcrs. ll. llunnt-gan, C. lft-rrcll, li. Council. , W C. llraswcll, ll. l.ougcc, Mgr.. antl li. C-arrctt, lval LE NND Stroiufs Lxtuias .Xpril 4 lDurh.uu h l'. N.1T. l-'rosh 'l'ht' pitching stall. our ol' the most important lxpril 7 Du,-l,,,,,, ,, R-'IQ-ull' liaclors in tht- gaiuc, st-t-im-tl to hc prctty well in .Xpril ia lJurh.uu .1 Rufkv Mount hantl. 'l'hc tuountlslncn vscrc pacctl hy lfrctl Moi' -lP"ll 'X "1"t't1"1'1+7 Wi""i".s'HH Han, who always turnctl in a startling pcrliorruancc. 'lllrll li limlmlll B L ll""l'l' Mlulllv luorgc VVhittctl antl Clautlt' VVQ-ltlon. two rising If mitclicrs, also sau' activt' tluty this ycar antl will ht' Mug, S I,m.hJm H ,U Wilmn tht- tcam's ntain tlt'pt'iitlt'itct' ncxt year. MM' t, lJurh.uu .- -it Wiliuiiigi-in l'ill'.fl rnnf l'il't'll N11ll'j1.lIl, llrtr lout-s. Kiortlon tIai'x't-r. llill liattis, Dallas lirauch. I. C. Satintlt-rs, Nick XV.u'rt-n. llti.lL'll. Xzrufltl ima' tiliarlt-s lft-i'i't'll. Russ lll'fl'l'. llaytlcn Minus. lirinklt-y lJunm'gau. Clautlt- Wultlon, Shult-r Loltis. Mr. Slut-ltls. 'I'f1u'il mu: llohhy l,otlgct', Cliarlt-s liraswt-Il, Hill Council, llunnis Satinilt-i's. .Xllrt-tl .Xilatnm twin fit, S . .my f,IUrIt',I.' VV. H. lImsl,la CIullt'ItltIillg um' of the must sllcccssfuI NCLISHIIS iti IJLIVIILIIN High School SVVIININIIIQ. tht- IIllIItItlg II1k'l'I1lL'Il, IlczltIctI hy CU-CLIIJILIIIIS Wulitlstlii XICIILIIJIL' lllltI Louis FCLIIIICYSIOII, rung up at ltllil' of victorics 0VL'l'I7UII1 RzlIcigIl w ltltI fmItIsIltlltl, two of tht- most puwcrfuI high school ICIIHS ill thc stzltc. Thu I3llIItIog NVS'Ill1lIIL'l'S gllsu pI1lcccI sccotitl in the Stzltc Mccl ill IJLIIQL' Ullivcrsity. UIIKICI' tht- :lhIt' QLIIKIZIIICC of c:0llCI1 W. H. CtlIiIc, the swimmcrs won Hvc tllltI Inst foul' uf IIICII' mm KILILII mccts: Ilowcvcr, tht-sc Iusscs 4lII CZIIIIL' :lt the IlzllltIs of cullcgt- frcsh- lllllll Ifll , , IHS. ' I " , , v K' . -Y f Dick ing thc with C The IoIIows I JLITIILIIN I,llI'IlLlII1 I lllrllzllll IJIIYIHIIN IJUTIILIIII IDUYIIQIIII IJlll'I11llIl I ,lII'II1llI1 IJUTIILIIII Christizlll scrvctI als IIILIIILIQCIQ ilI'l'llIIQ.l scIlclIuIc qllltl mlltltlctilig tht- lllt't'I5 cltlch Culult-. ltjgIl scIlctIllIc ,til Q2 :H QI 111 I-I W Fl gH lil 3-I QI I3 40 Q2 37 QI 38 Sccniltl pI:lcc ill tht- SILIIL' Xlcct with tht sttlttx is IN Unk Iiithgt I . N. if. I"rtlsIl SILIIR' I"i'mIl I . N. if, I:l'tlsIl IIIIIKR' I'Il'U5Il IillIt'lqIl fltlItIxIml't KQllItIsIml'tl Iilllrlgll 1,1 lm! I XILXIIIIIII. Il, XN.lIttll1t I-fry! muy- t.fl.lLIi L-tIlIt. Ix. 5.IIlIItI.lX. .Nrlnlnl mn' -f.lr1lf1fJg.' NI.llI.I2lI Il. IIlllNll.lll. XI Mllllllt- I I'l.IIIllI'NIHIl, In llllvkqllll-t-. I.. l4llIImI., K., XX IUUEE r .ll'l't'll. 5. lutlltI.lll. I. IIKIIIKIX Il. IIlIIlI I I-.lxtItll. 711 Wwufli l.H1flll1lt'.' li. Iaeolms, XX. Iohnston, R. Xhllen. .Nnnrlfl l'1lll'f G. Poe. ll. Russ, lf.. VVethington, ll. lloyil, ll. I.et'. Till-l'1l' run! l.0.llll Ntxxait. I. Poe. I. l.Ll5.l!t'l', K.. lxerr, I. Xlootlall. I. llollowav, ll. llessee, I. l.as.utrr. Cot1c'f1.' ll. G. S'l'liXY.XR'l' 'l'hough not winning the State Champion- ship this year, antl with the prospects for the season just fair, the Durham High wrestlers hail a very successful season untler the ca- pahle leatlership of Coach ll. G. Stewart. I-Ieatletl hy such capable lettermen as Iohn Poe, "lliggie" Iohnston, antl George Kerr, Coach Stewart's hoys won live out of six games this year, tlropping only one match. to Barium Springs, whom they hatl tlefeatetl once tluring the season. Elhert Wethington and Walter "Biggie', Iohnston had the honor of heing the only Durham wrestlers to win the state cham- pionship in their tlivisions. The complete list of the grunters for Durham are: Bill Iacohs, Walter Iohnston, Roger Wilhur. Chester Poe, Don Ross, Elhert Wethington, Hamill Royal, Bohhy Lee, Iohn Poe, Iohn N. Lasater, George Kerr, Iaek Wootlall, Iames Holloway, Davitl I-lessee, and Iohn Lasater. P was 7I Wi . . .1-1. H K.. .f..s...m,.,.,,g- -1 Q fa-rg? .Uk ...tts .,kh.,k , .Q ui -. " '-2 if gaps.. lx. C. llester, M. McCullen, D, .xllllt'I'ltDIl. R. Greene, R. Davenport. R. .Xiltlt-rton. ll. ll. VVeaxer. M, C, O'Connor, I. Kerr. Couch: li. C. Hasraa Although the team lost three out of Hye matches, the Durham High golliers ditl very well consider- ing the lack ol' material caused hy scholastic trou- ble and mid-year graduation. This year's team was headed hy Donald Adder- ton who, though aided hy capable players, was the outstanding player during the entire season. The highlight of the season was the recent 14M to 3K impressive victory over Fayetteville who had pre- viously won the State Championship in a tourna- ment held at Chapel Hill. A particularly interesting ohservation ol this year's team is that one memher is a girl. Mary Clay D'Connor has the distinction of heing the lirst D. H. S. girl to join the golfers. 'lihis may possibly he a suggestion to more girls interested in this popular sport, for golf in Durham High School need not he regarded exclusively a man's game. twine 7: Cotrcli: W. G. Wlilflliikkll W1'1'11 but three members ol' the 1940 ten11is team l'CP0l'lll1g for the 1941 team, Coach VV. G. VVhichard was laced with the large task of building up almost an entirely new tennis team. Starting the season with six inexperienced players, the Durham High team dropped a decision to Danville in its first game, 7 to 2. With the team gradually beginning to become stronger, the Bulldogs dropped a close one to x!Vll1SlUll-S1llCI1'l. Following this match, Coach Whichard's boys began to hit their stride and delicated Chapel Hill to the lllllt' ol' Q to o. Showing better form with every match, the Bulldogs defeated Raleigh 8 to 1. Since the annual goes to press before the close of the tennis season, it is impossible lo give an account of the last games. The Durham tennis players are expected to show even better form lllilll they have shown previously. Members of the IQ4I team are as follows: Marvin Miller, Thomas Fowler, Co-Captains Iimmy Kelly and Sammy Gantt, Iudson Pick- ett, Donald Ross, Turner Bright, Tom Kerns, Louis Featherston, Gene lirvin and Billy Alex- ander, manager. I'ir,fr mu' fun kfxrrzfi: Marvin Miller, ililltllllilh lfowler, Iimmy Kelly, Iudson Pickett, Donald Ross. Srmurl rum: llilly ,XlK'XiIll- der, Louis lft-.itln-1'sto11, 'l'urner llright, Sam Gantt, Toni Rt-rns, tiene l:.!'XVlI1, Mr. Wliichard. PAGE 75 '7wz-A l"lr.rl rw1i'.' Ii,Ski1lim-rt-, Assistant Mati:iget', lf. Huy. R. Tyson. -l. Dnhling. N. Ilonnald. Y. Parker, ll. l.oekh:irt, H. XYiin::itx'. bl. Ilullimitj. Xlanager, .Yemiiil rofiu' l"o:u'h NYoodn'aril, T. Pttryear. lt. Smith. VI. Ross. li. 'lihtirnt-ni, li. XYilkie. Y, Smith. A. Money han. I.. Howling. XY, Arrington. S. Tilley. Tliiril min' ll. Hrnott. Assistant Nlziitager. R. XYhiti-. A. Rigshee. 'lf l'i.mt-nil, li. 'si Xlela-oil. ti. Holton, N. llertnlon. XX. Morgan. l.,lones, D. Xu Irutl. lt, firinsttwol. R. l romp. ll. l omau. Crmrlzi I. I.. NVoomv.xian Led hy lIofCIaptains Norman Herndon and "Ruddy" iirinstead, the track team showed signs oli promising material. As the season de- veloped, it turned out that, although shy ol' stars. the team had much talent. In several of this season's meets the cinder- men were really hitting their stride. At the he- ginning ol' the season Coach L. VVoodward was not very optimistic over the candidates for this year's aggregation: hut when a large num- laer ol lmoys turned out for the dilferent events, thus giving a broader lield from which to choose men for each event, the track team was lmetter oil' than had lmeen previously expected. Norman Herndon was the high scoring in- dividual lior this year's team. Herndon excelled in the too yd. dash, lmroad iump, high iump, no yd. run and shot put. PM Members ol' this vear's aggregation are as follows: lf. Wilkie. A. Moneyhan, D. Lock' hart. H. Maynard, Ci. VVhitted, U. McLeod, N. Herndon, V. lirasxvell, C. Riley, R. Tyson, N. Donnald. IS. Cirinstead. ii. Holton, 'lf Cranford, I. Ross. H. Thornton. P. VVilliams, Pi. VVingate, V. Parker, li. Smith, U. Kerr. VV. Morgan. A. Tilley, R. Strayhorn, 'lf Puryear. L. Howling. I. Duhling. A. Rigslnee. F. May. VV. Arrington. D. Auslmon, 'lf Iones. V. Smith. and ll. Coman. Durham fgfeiz Salishury Durham 5513-1:5331 Lynehlmm'g Durham ni---zo Cloldslmoro Duke Invitational meet-"i1'.3 State meetfiy Durham -QS-if-3 Charlotte Civitan meet--Durham. winner Durham Sow 27 Raleigh at 74 Ilu' slogan lor mln- Cilrls .Xtlx lvlln' .XSSQICISIIICIIL xx-Im-lm IS cm posvml ol' :Ill lllosc girls llllYlllg I L'1ll'HL'kl1ll lL'1lSl scvclmly-l1x'c points 1lt'L'Ul'Kllllg lo ilu- slam'-mloptul ilu- C.. .X. .X.. ilu- local group IS il part 1-l' thc slam- Girls' Plws Ilmrouglm lil'CPlllg ilu' lmcnllh tourngunvlmls its I11L'I1llX'I'S lvalrn 191J4'Z!Je1fw'14u" . ,Ill'I-.f!'l'.' if Miss Nl.l.l. l,liI'l'Nlili ".-Xll work .mal no play malkcs I . Iill ll mlull girl" wcll might lx' f 'A W vm -I point SVSIUIH. Ik-zu-r known as lhll l',1lllt.lllUll .Xssou.lt1on. .xml rulcs. 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As with yarn, the students with the highest rank- ings come first. mos 79 GZQMU' s'ez.m ll.um'.xlm, c:,XIlVluR, SKTIIROIHCIQ, I,I7NN.XI.D l'u'L-ximla-111 KQUIQIDHN Nixmxv-. QTXIKYIJQ, lla. VicL'fl'rcsimln'l1l Cfxiualwx N!4QXX"I'tJX llxlcwxmw SUQTCILIFY NltiIIf1l.Xh lh'umlx1.'l'len llfwxxln VIQFCAINKITUI' AIXRCLXIQI-1'I' l,Xl'l.lXI-, S1'lllLUI1l',R I'U.li Nw unicvz efau , .xl.liX.XNIHiIi, XViL'L'API'L'SitlCl1f1 Grzolmla N1LEl-lA.UIJ, President: Ninn' Lol' Cn.ua'l'1ua1a, Sccrclalryg lhuvxzx' RHNN, 'I4l'CLlSllI'QI'. I ' wr 1 I 1 ,f ,ff I .ff 1 i fgrtff . J Ay' 'J d71,Lm,y, .1 .mia -V" av 1-1. " .W-Nix-'Y Ru ml Rm 1 1 N viii'-PFL'SiClL'l1l1 Tum lilaurvx, Prcsinlcnlg fj.XRUl.YN l!m,m1pu. Sccrclnry: AI,XliG.XIil'l'I' ILXNYIQIQNIII-1, Trcnsurcr. raxcm 81 ,. Alf enialui 1941 Aherm-thy Adams M. Adeock P. Adcock Adderton Aldridge I. Alexander S. Alexander Mattie Louise Abernethy Commercial Club 3, 41 O. Henry Literary Society 1, 3, 41 junior Needlework Guild 2, 3, 4: Nature Study Club 2. Violet Mae Adams Commercial Club 2, 3, 4: Athena Literary Society 3, 42 lunior Needlework Guild 3, 4. Mary Ellen Adcock Donald james Adderton Ill'-R0l'kl'l' Stall 4: Commercial Club 41 Carmichael Literary Society 3, 4: Basketball 41 Monogram Club 3, 43 Colt 2, 3, 4. Cora Ruth Aldridge Conunereial Club 3, 41 O. Henry Literary Society Commercial Club 2, 3: Athena Literary Society 5. 4: lunior Needlework Guild 2, 3, 4. Phonetta Loraine Adcock Mixed Chorus 2, 3, 41 lunior Needlework Guild 2, 3, PAGE 82 2, , glunior Needlework Guild 2, , . 3 -l 5 -l Irwin Oehler Alexander Commercial Club 2. 3. Elias Scarr Alexander, jr. Home Room Treasurer 21 Blackwell Literary Society 2, 3, 4. 1 Seniafzfi 1941 Clarence Webster Andrews, Jr. Mussiamoiau Stall 41 Hand 3: Commercial Club 31 Stamp Club 4, President 42- Ili-Y Club 4: Track Rebecca Lucinda Andrews Home Room Secretary 3: Commercial Club 2. 3, 4Q lunior Needlework Guild 4. Anne Lyle Apperson llome Room President 2: Mixed Chorus 2: Com- mercial Club 3, 43 Cornelia Spencer Literary Society 41 Iunior Needlework Guild 3, 41 Mimies Dramatics Club 41 State Contest Play 4. William Kirk Arrington Charlotte Ruth Ashworth Miss:-.rscztiit Stall 4: Commercial Club 21 l.ila Marl-L ham lirogden Literary Society 2, 3, 43 Iunior Needlework Guild 2, 3, 43 Nature Study Club 3 Mimics Dramatics Club 4. jane Phillips Barbee llome Room ViceAPresident 2, Secretary 3, 4 Ill'-Rorlqel Stall 4, Typist 41 Mixed Chorus 2 Commercial Club 3, 4: Cornelia Spencer Literary Societ 2, , :junior Needlework Guild 2, , Y 3 -l 3 4 Director 2, 31 Mummers Dramaties Club 2, 3, 4 Vice-President 31 May Court 3. Wesley Elmer Barbour llome Room President 2, 3, Treasurer 21 Sopho- Walter Hines Page Literary Society 3, 41 Mono gram Club 2, 3, 41 Football 2, 3, 4, Co-Captain 4 All State 2, 3, All Southern 31 Track 3. Herman Benson Barus Home Room Chaplain 31 Commercial Club 2, 3 Commercial Club 2, 51 Track 3. 4. 4 M 3 onogram Club 2, 3, 4: Golf 2, 3. , . -1 f I' fr " ' G. Andrews R. Andrews Ashworth Barbee mon S3 Apperson Arrington Barbour Barns more Class Vice-President 2, Student Council 2, 3' 1 v v enicvzd, 1941! Hazel Gray Baucom Commercial Club 2, gg Cornelia Spencer Literary Society Kg, 43 lunior Needlework Guild 2, 3, 41 lillen ll. Richards Club 4, Secretary 4. Ethel Louise Beasley U. llenry Literary Society 22 Cornelia Spencer Literary Society pg, 41 Art Club 41 lunior Needle- work Guild 2, Kg, 4. Evelyn Proctor Beck llome Room President 21 Miasstanoiaiz Stall 5. 4: Student Council 2: Commercial Club ug, 4, Cabinet gg O. llenry Literary Society 21 Cornelia Spencer Literary Society gg, 42 Iunior Needlework Guild 2, g, 4, Director 41 lfrencb Club g, 41 Nature Study Club 2, g. Secretary g: State Contests, Bookkeeping g, lircncli 4, Sliortliand 4, Typing 43 May Court 2. Doris Mae Bobbitt llome Room Cbaplain gg, 41 Commercial Club 2, g, 4: Iames ll. Southgate Literary Society 2, Vg. 4. Treasurer gg Art Club 4, Vice-President 41 Basketf ball gg Volley Ball gg Monogram Club g, 43 Girls .Xtbletic Association 2, g, 41 lunior Needlework Guild 2. g, 41 Nature Study Club pg. Milton Samuel Bobbitt Commercial Club Vg, 41 Coop Class 4. Harriet Susan Boddie llome Room President kg: blnssiaxoi-,a Stall ug, 4: Student Council g: Mixed Cborus ug: Cornelia Spencer Literary Society gg. 41 lunior Needlework Guild 2, g, 41 French Club ug, 41 Nature Study Club 2, gg State lirencb Contest 4. Glenn Horner Bolton llome Room Vice-l'resident 4: Commercial Club 2, gg, 4: Carmicbael Literary Society 2, gg, 41 llasket- ball 21 Track 3. 41 NVrestling g. Doris Catherine Boothe Commercial Club 2, gg lunior Needlework Guild 2. gz Basketball 2, bg, 42 Volley llall 2. 3: Girls .Xtliletic Association 4. "' "" ' "" Ll ' ' v Baucnm A FQ Qlieasley' 3 , N . Beck D. Bobbi!! M. ummm Bdilgiel X- Lf' Bolton Moth' r . .ff-4 4 ' K 'i ' . " ' moe 8 1 - 1' A ' I- ' 4 ' 4' 4 ,. K . ' 13' , I , l 4 . :r"' Q IJ E, W V .'o nf' 4 - ti , ell? Y W ' Senim 1941 . ' !"' LV ! 2' . -3 gzzgy 3 ,1 W 33.1351 I nf. ...Jim Alu +1 Q -, wi fj A I ' f f' ' ' I Mn ,,1., -f ,ffl gf fl u l Brnily Jean oring ,' fi Dallas DeVon Branch I nhl llliom Secretary 2, 3, ViceAl'resident 3, Home Room Secretary 21 Walter Hines Page Lit Treasurer 4: Ill'-Roflqet Stall' 4g Cornelia Spencer Literary Society 2, 3, 41 lunior Needlework Guild 1, 3, 4, Director 41 French Club 3, 41 May Court 4. Maid ol' llonor 4. Jewell Shuler Bowen Commercial Club 2, 3, 43 lunior Needlework Guild 3, 4. Doris Mae Bowling Commercial Club 2, 3, 4: lunior Needlework Guild 2, 3. 4. Carl Andrew Boy, Jr. lland 2, 3, 4: Pliy-Chem Club 41 Pbotograpliy Club 2, 3: Ili-Y Club 4: Track 2. erary Society 2, 3, 4: Current Events Club 2 Mimics Dramatics Club 3, 4g Football 2, 3, 4 llaselfall 2, 3, 42 Boxing 2: Wrestling V12 Mono gram Club 3, 4. Doris Martha Bridges Mixed Chorus 21 Commercial Club 4: Iames ll Southgate Literary Society 2, 3, 4, Secretary 3 lunior Needlework Guild 3, 43 French Club 3. Muriel jackson Bright Commercial Club 21 Annie E. Tillett Literary Society 2, 3, 4: lunior Needlework Guild 2, 3, 4 George Lemuel Brockway, jr. llome Room Vice-President 4: State Physics Contest 4. more H5 l l Seniofvi 1941 Y v K Brown Browning Buchanan Butler Duane Whitfield Brown llome Room Vice-President 2: Mixed Chorus 2, , . . , . ,. , 1 C,armichael Literar Societ 2, , , Vice' 3 -l . Y Y 3 4 President 4: Mummers llramatics Club 4. Ruby Gerline Browning Commercial Club 2, bg, 41 lunior Needlework , . Cuild 2, g. 4. Doris Brinkley Bruce Cornelia Spencer Literary Society 2, bg, 41 lunior Needlework Cuild 2, g, 41 Nature Study Club 21 Mimics llramatics Club 4. Frank Daniel Bryant, jr. Commercial Club 2, 4, 4. l'Xti Bruce B ryan! Byrd Cameron Susan Buchanan llome Room Secretary 2, Treasurer 3, llresident 41 Ili-Rocket Stall 2, 5. 4, Co-Alumni liditor 4: Stu, dent Council 41 Mixed Chorus kg, 41 Cornelia Spen- cer Literary Society 2, 3, 41 lunior Needlework Cuild 2, Vg, 4, Director 2, g, 4, President 43 French Club 4: Mummers llramatics Club 2, 3, Secretary gg May Court gg State Contests, l.atin g, 4, lirench 4, Mathematics 4. Samuel Roland Butler, jr. Commercial Club gg Football g. Ruth Elizabeth Byrd Mixed Chorus 3, 4: Commercial Club 2, 43 Athena Literary Society 2: Cornelia Spencer Literary So' ciety 4: lunior Needlework Guild 2. 43, 4: Mimics Dramatics Club 3. Archie McDuffie Cameron Ill'-Roflq4't Stall 4: .Xrt Club lg, 4, Treasurer 4. ia So S . Margaret Louise Cameron Athena Literary Society 4: lunior Needlework Cuild 3. 4: French Club 3, 4. Glatha Daphene Carlton Ilome Room Chaplain 3, 41 Hi-Rodger Stall 2, 3, 4, Typist 4: Mixed Chorus 2: Commercial Club 2, 3, 4, Cabinet 22 U. Henry Literary Society 3, 4, Chaplain 3, Vice-President 43 Iunior Needlework Guild 2, 3, 43 French Cluh 3, 43 Nature Study Club 2: State Contests, Bookkeeping 2, 3, Short- hand 3, Typing 3, French 4. Douglass Yearby Carver Commercial Club 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 4, Cabinet 42 Blackwell Literary Society 2, 3, 4. Gordon Malone Carver, jr. llome Room President 2, 3, 4: Sophomore Class Chaplain 21 lunior Class Treasurer 33 Senior Class President 42 Student Council 2, 3, 4, Mixed Chorus 11 Blackwell Literary Society 2, 3, 4, President 33 Current livents Club 2, 3, 4, Vice-President 4: Football 2, 3, 41 Basketball 2, 3, 4, Co-Captain 41 Baseball 3, 43 Monogram Club 2, 3, 4, Vice- President 4. 1941 Eugene Millard Casey Home Room Vice-President 23 Mixed Chorus 2, 4: Band 2, 3, 43 Mummers Dramatics Club 2, 3, 4 Robert Nelson Casey Mixed Chorus 2, 3, 4: Commercial Club 2, 3: Diversified Occuiations Class , Vice-President . l 4 -l Vera Lee Cates Commercial Club 2, 3, 4: lunior Needlework Guild 2, 3, 4. Jean Barbara Chandler .. Home Room Vice-President 3, Treasurerzg Mixed Chorus 3, Cornelia Spencer Literary Sdeiety 2, 3, 43 lunior Needlework Guild 2, 3, 4, Director 41 Mummers Dramatics Club 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 3: Senior Class Play 4. Cameron Carlton E. Casey R. Casey D. Carver G. Carver Cates Chandler I-.yuan S7 3: L I wi .yt X Y- ,L I M, -LK 3 . john Fenner Chappell Mixed Chorus 2: Commercial Club 2, 3, Carmichael Literary Society 2, 3. Bettie Lee Cheek Ilome Room Chaplain 42 Mixed Chorus 4, Com- mercial Club 4, Cabinet 4g Cornelia Spencer Lit- erary Society 2, 3, 42 junior Needlework Guild 2, 3, 42 Mummers Dramatics Club 2, 3. Clarence Norcott Cheek lllackwell Literary Society 2: Stamp Club 2, 3. Dorothy Lee Cheek Home Room Chaplain 21 Mixed Chorus 2, 3: Commercial Club 2, 3, Cabinet 2g Cornelia Spen- cer Literary Society 2, 3, 42 Iunior Needlework Guild 2, 3, 4, Director 3, 41 Mummers Dramatics Club 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 3. 1941 Ellen Bernard Cheek Home Room Chaplain 33 MESSENIZEIK Stall 2, 3, 42 Cornelia Spencer Literary Society 2, 3, 41 Mum- mers llramatics Club 2, 3, 43 Iunior Needlework Guild 2, 3, 4. Gladys Winnifred Cheek Mixed Chorus 3, 4: Commercial Club 2, 3g O. Iflenry Literary Society 2, 3, 4: Iunior Needlework Guild 2, 3, 4. Eugenia Elizabeth Coble Home Room Vice-President 4, Chaplain 4: Mus- srewoaa Stall 4, Mixed Chorus 2, 3, 4: Commercial Club 2, 41 Iames H. Southgate Literary Society 2: Lila Markham Brogden Literary Society 3, 4, Chaplain 4: Iunior Needlework Guild 2, 3, 4, Di- rector 4g French Club 3. Eunice Althea Cockman Mixed Chorus 2, 3, 4: Commercial Club 3, 4g Iunior Needlework Guild 3, 41 Nature Study Club 2, State Contests, Shorthand 3, Typing 3. Chappell B. Cheek E. Cheek G. Cheek C. Cheek D. Cheek Coble Cm-kmnn PAGE S8 Saw 1941 ."' ' ,' Colclough Colella H. Council W. Council Dorothy Woodson Colclough Ili-Rofiqct Stall 3, 41 Commercial Club 2, 3, 4Q lames H. Southgate Literary Society 2, 3, 4, Secre- tary 41 lunior Needlework Guild 2, 3, 4, Director 4: State Bookkeeping Contest 2. Philomena Colella Ili-Rorlqct Stall' 2, 3, 41 Commercial Club 41 Cor- nelia Spencer Literary Society 2, 3, 41 Iunior Needlework Guild 2, 3, 4, Director 43 Mummers Dramaties Club 2, 3, 4: State Latin Contest 3, 41 Home Room President 3, Treasurer 41 Senior Class Play 4. Edith Celestia Cooke Mtesslincziait Stall' 4: Commercial Club 2, 31 O. llenry Literary Society 2, 3, 4: Iunior Needlework Guild 2, 3, 4, Director 41 State Bookkeeping Con- test 23 Basketball 2, 3: Volley Ball 21 May Court 4. Thomas Richard Newton Cotten Mixed Chorus 2g Commercial Club 2, 3, 41 Black- well Literary Society 2, 3, 43 Art Club 31 Public Speaking Club 3, 4. In Cooke Cotten Crabtree Craig Hazel Mae Council Commercial Club 2, 3, 4, O. Henry Literary So ciety 2, 3, 43 Iunior Needlework Guild 2, 3, 4: Mimies Dramatics Club 3, 41 Iunior Class Play 3: Coroso Play 41 Basketball 2, 31 Volley Ball 2, 3: Monogram Club 3, 43 Girls Athletic Association 31 4- William Christopher Council Hi-Rorlgez Stall' 2, 3, 41 Mixed Chorus 4: Commer- cial Club 3, 44 Blackwell Literary Society 3, 41 Baseball 43 Track 2, 31 Current livents Club 21 Aviation Study Club 3, 42 Hi-Y Club 22 Mono- gram Club 4. Mary Sue Crabtree Commercial Club, 2, 3, 41 Iames H. Southgate Literary Society 3: lunior Needlework Guild 2, 3, 41 Basketball 2, 3, Volley Ball 2, 31 Girls Athletic Association 2, 3, 4. Doris Brown Craig Commercial Club 2, 3, 41 Iunior Needlework Gttild 2, 3, 4. Aoi: So S . 1941 Crotts Cru :rrp Dalehite Dameron Mary Elizabeth Crotts Ili-Racke! Stall' 3, 43 Commercial Club 2, 3, 41 l Cornelia Spencer Literary Society 3, 43 lunior Needlework Guild 2, 3, 43 State Typing Contest 3. Robert Leo Crump llirltrurlqrf Stall 2, 3, 4, Cut Manager 4: Walter llines Page Literary Society 3, 43 Current livents Club 3, 43 Track 2, 3, 43 Wrestling 3. james Clarence Crutchfield, Jr. Commercial Club 3, 43 lilackwell Literary Society 3' 4' William Charles Dackis Home Room Secretary 3, Vice-President 4, Presi- dent 43 Messr.Nc:r:u Stall 2, 3, 43 Student Council 41 Mixed Chorus 2, ,SQ Orchestra 21 Blackwell Lit- erary Society 3, 43 Current livents Club 3, 43 Hi-Y Club 2, 3, 4, Secretary 3, 43 State Contests, Math 3, 4, Physics 4, French 4. Crut:hfie'd Dackis Daniel Daniels Mildred Bee Dalehite unior Needlework Guild 2, 3, 4. Sarah Elizabeth Dameron Home Room Vice-President 3, Secretary 43 M essen- czi-,tz 33 Mixed Chorus 2, 3, 4: Commercial Club 4: Cornelia Spencer Society 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 4: Nee- dlework Guild 2, 3, 4, Director 3, 43 French Club 3, 4, Secretary 43 Nature Study 2, 3, Vice-President 2, Chaplain 3: French Contest 43 Uperetta 4. Charles Thomas Daniel llome Room President 2, Treasurer 31 lVlli5SliNtiliR 2, 3, 43 Student Council 22 Debating 4, Alternate -Z1 Commercial Club 3, 4, Vice-President 4, Cabinet 41 Page Society 2, 3, 4, Secretary 2, 331 Mummers Dramatics 22 Public Speaking Club 3, President 3. Lucille Daniels Mzissexoigit 4, Typist 43 Orchestra 2, 31 Commercial Club 2, 3, 4, Cabinet 3: O. Henry Society 4. Secre tary 43 Needlework Guild 2, 3, 4: French Club 3. 43 Nature Study 21 Southgate Society 31 Cornelia Spencer Society 21 State Contests, Shorthand 3. French 4, Typing 3, Winner 3. l'.k1iEtjll S ' 1941 Ralph Lee Davenport Dorothy Margaret Dennis lliversilietl Occupations Class 43 Golf 3, 4. .-Xtlteua Literary Society gg, 4, Vice-President 3, 4 Chaplain 4: Iuuior Needlework Guiltl 1, 3, 4 Nature Stumly Cluli 1, g, 4, Secretary 4g Hasketlaall john Harold Davis 2' 3' Coop Class 4. Katherine White Dennis Commercial Clulw g, 43 Iuuior Neetllework Guilt Wesley Smith Davis 2' 5' 'l' Ili-Rmkcl Stall' gg, 4: Commercial Cluli 2, 3, 4, Calminet 41 lilaekwell Literary Society 3, 41 Photog- Marie Ladd Dezern rapliy Clulm bg, 4, Secretary Kg. Treasurer 4, 4, State Cnnumsu Rm,kkcL.ping 2' 3' phygics 4' Commercial Cluli 1, g, 4, Caliinei -bg: Iuuior Neecl lework Guilcl 1, g, 41 Girls .Xlliletie ,fXssoelat1ou 1 g, 4: liasketliall 1, 5, 41 Swimming 4: Volley liall 1, gg Monogram Clula bg, 4. Rosa Mae Dean llome Room Chaplain 21 Commercial Cluli, 1, 4: ' , ' Xllieua Literary Society 1, 3, 41 Iuuior Needlework I 1- 5 5 it-Iwmgs Edwif? DiCkS0I1, .lr- Guilml 1, g, 4: Nature Stumly Cluli 1, 31 May Court fl, -ff'Cgtn11i1erCial-'-litilu 2: Cgttmieliael Literary Society gg May Queen . - - 'K 1, , ' Pltofiwra ilu Cluli . . , -l m 3, Q 4 in l Y -l 'I I I., ' I 'N .41 Davenport J. Davis W. Davis Dean D. Dennis K. Dennis Dezern Dickson 1-,uae on 3 ' 1941 Lewis Colen Dixon Nicholas Burkhalter Donnald Photography Club 3, 4. Home Room President 41 Senior Class Secretary 4: Mussiiuoiiu Stall' 41 Student Council 41 liand 21 Carmichael Literary Society 3, 4. President 41 Cur- rent livents Club 2, 3. 4, Chaplain 3, Vice-Presi- dent 3, Secretary 4: Hi-Y Club 21 Coop Class 3, 4: Diana June Doby Tmfk 3- 4- lll'-Rmkel Stall' 41 Commercial Club 2, 3, 43 Lila Markham lirogdcn Literary Society 3, 4Q Iunior Cleo Jacqueline Doss Ncullcwllrk Guild 2' g' 4: 'i1'SlfC'l'1'll 3' Commercial Club 2, 3, 4: Iunior Needlework Cuild 21 Girls Athletic Association 41 Basketball 2, 31 Volley Ball 2, 3: Monogram Club 4. Benjamin Ross Dodson, jr. Doris Evelyn Draughon lli-Y Club 42 Aviation Study Club 3. O' Henry Liwmry Smitty 'l' Mary Lou Draughon Home Room Chaplain 2: Athena Literary Society l 3, 43 Iunior Needlework Guild 2, 3, 41 Nature Vincent Thomas Dodson Study Club 2, 3, 43 Cornelia Spencer Literary So- llome Room Treasurer 4. ciety 2. Dixon Doby B. Dodson V. Dodson Donnald Doss D. Drauzhon M. Draunzhnn more Q2 .L-4' A AV' n ." 'fu .3 fi ,,. v -S Swarm 1941 r K, H 1 r 1 i W V Dudley can A. Durham arp Q X Frank Thomas Dudley, jr. Commercial Club 2. Kathleen Gladys Duncan llome Room Chaplain 41 Ili'-Rorlqet Stull' 3, 4, lix- cbzmge liditor 41 Mixed Cliorus 4, Lila Markham llrogden Literary Society 2, 3, 4, Vice-President 4: lunior Needlework Guild 2, 3, 4, Director 3, 41 Mimics Drzunatics Club 2, 3, 4. john William Dunham lliARof'lqc'1 Stull 3. 4: Commercial Club 41 Walter lliues Page Literary Society 2, 3, 41 Mimics Dra- mzilics Club 2, 3, 41 Life Saving 3, 43 Mixed Cborus 2, 3, 41 Senior Class Play 4. Katherine Jeanette Durham Commercial Club 2, 3, 41 Lila Markham lirogden Literary Society 3. 4: lunior Needlework Guild 2. 3, 43 Nature Study Club 2, 3: Mimics Drauuutics Club 4. P Dunham K. Durham Edmonds Ellis Willie Agnes Durham Commercial Club 2, 3, 4, lunior Needlework Guild 2, 4. Narvie Dare Earp Commercial Club 2: Izimes ll. Southgate Literary .-use 95 Society 3, 41 junior Needlework Guild 4. Merle Lee Edmonds Commercial Club 21 Football 2, 3. Leland Rudolph Ellis Cairmicbziel Literary Society 2. 5 ' 7941 .'r 5' s 'W qv' lfllis Ervin t - Fates - " Fubnnks Evan 1 Faueette Featllerstdn Ferguson 1 1 l ' In Samuel Wlnfred Ellis , John Jmk Evans, Jr. Commercial Club 3, 4. llome Room Chaplain 3: Carmichael Literary Society 2, 3, 4. Samuel Cheek Faucette Cameron Eugene Ervin ll1'l6m'fqc1 Stall' 3, 4, Cut Manager 4: Carmicbael une Room Vice-l'resitlent 2, Treasurer 51 Car- Literary Society 2, 3, 4: Track 2. cbael Literary Society 2, 3, 4: lvlimies llramaties Club 3, 4, Business Manager 3, 4. AIWYH Louis Featherston Mixed Chorus 2, 3, 41 Commercial Club 3, 4, Cabinet 4: Carmichael Literary Society 2, 3. 4. Vice-President 3, Treasurer 3, 4: Current livents HaZe1Mae Estes Club 2, 3, 4, Tennis 2, 4: Swimming 3, 41 Mono- Commercial Club 4: Annie lf. Tillett Literary Hmm Club 3- 4' Society 2, 3, 4: lunior Needlework Guild 2, 4. Nelda Mae Ferguson Home Room Secretary 2, 4, Treasurer 31 Mixed , , Chorus 2, , Vg Athena Literar Societ , , Presi- Rme Arizona Eubanks' Jr' dent 41 lllillgl' Needlework Glililtl 2, 23,3421 Mum- ime Room Chaplain 31 Football 3, 41 Baseball mers Dramatics Club 2, 3, 4: Reeitation Contest 3, 3, 4. Winner 31 Senior Class Play 4. more Q4 S . Thomas Dent Ferguson Commercial Club 2, 3. Pansy Mae Ferrell Commercial Club 2, 3, 43 Art Club 41 lunior Needlework Guild 3, 42 Basketball -2, 3, 41 Volley Rall 2, 31 Girls Athletic Association 3, 4. Ann Elizabeth Fields llome Room Treasurer 2, 3, Secretary 43 Commer- eial Club 2, 3, 4, Vice-President 4, Cabinet 3, 41 Annie li. Tillett Literary Society 2, 3, 4, Vice- President 32 Iunior Needlework Guild 2, 3, 4, Di- rector 41 Girls Athletic Association 2, 3, 4, Vice- President 33 Basketball 2, 3, 4, Intramural Captain 31 Tennis 2, 3, 43 Swimming 2, 3, 4, Life Saving 2, 3, 43 Volley Ball 2, 3, Intramural Captain 3: Monogram Club 3, 4, President 42 Deck Tennis 4, Intramural Captain 42 Paddle Tennis 43 Badmin- ton 3, 4, Manager 43 Softball 4. Mary Louise Fields Commercial Club 2, 3, 43 Lila Markham lirogden Literary Society 41 junior Needlework Guild 4. 1947 Maude Athelean Fletcher Commercial Club 2, 3, 4: Lila Markham llrogdeu Literary Society 43 junior Needlework Guild 4. Lindsay Luther Fogleman Hand 3: Commercial Club 3, 43 Carmichael So- ciety 2, 3, 4, Secretarv 43 Current livents 2, 3. 4. Irene Love Fonville Home Room Secretary 2, Vice-President 3, 4, Pres- ident 3, Chaplain 43 junior Class Vice-President 33 Hi-Rocket Stall 2, 3, 43 Student Council 3, 4: Mixed Chorus 2, 3, 43 Commercial Club 2, 3, 4, Cabinet 2, 3, 4: O. Henry Literary Society 2, 3, 4, Secretary 3, Treasurer 4, President 43 French Club 3, 4, Vice-President 4, Secretary 31 Nature Study Club 21 State Contests, Latin 2, 3, French 3. Marvin Anthony Francis Home Room Vice-President 2, Secretary 3, Treas- erer 4: Hz'-Rocket 2, 3, 4, Co-Sports Editor 43 Car- michael Society 2, 3, 4, Secretary 2, Vice-President 3, President 43 C. li. Club 2, 3, 43 ll. O. Class 2, 3, 4. Sec. 3, Pres. 2, 41 Basketball 2, 3, 4, Mgr. 3, 4: Vafzc-lrall 2, 3, 4, Mgr. 2, 31 Mono. Club 2, 3, 4. Ferguson Ferrell Fletcher Fogleman 11.-mr: 95 A. Fields L. Fields Fonville Francis S ' I9-W Wallace Thurman Freeman Dorothy Gaddy Commercial Club 2Q Carmichael Literary Society Ili-Roc-lift Stall 2, 3, 41 Commercial Club 22 Cor- 3, 4. nelia Spencer Literary Society 2, 3, 41 Art Club 4g Iunior Needlework Guild 2, 3, 4. Marion Gaddy Lenora Earle Fuller Home Room Chaplain 21 Hi-Roflqel Stall 2, 3, 4, llome Room Treasurer 21 Mixed Chorus 2, 3, 4Q Business Manager 4, Cornelia Spencer Literary So- Commercial Club 4: lunior Needlework Guild 3, ciety 2, 3, 41 Iunior Needlework Guild 2, 3, 4, 43 Mummers Dramatics Club 2. Director 2, 3, 41 Nature Study Club 23 Girls Ath- letic Association 2, SQ Volley Rall 2. Samuel Fox Gantt Susan Elizabeth Fuller Home Room President 2, 41 Student Council 2, 4: Mixed Chorus 3, 4: Walter Hines Page Literary Society 2, 3, 4, Secretary 4: Football 2, 3, 41 Basket- ball 3, 42 Tennis 3, 4: Monogram Club 3, 4. Doris Lorraine Fuquay Commercial Club 2, 3, 41 Iunior Needlework Thomas George Gates'-Ir' Guild 4. Commercial Club 2, 3: Coop Class 3, 4. Freeman L. Fuller S. Fuller Fuquay D. Gaddy M. Gaddy Gantt Gates PAGE 96 3 . 1941 Gaitis Gilbert Glymph Gooch William Andrew Gattis, jr. Basketball 2, 3, 41 Baseball 2, 3, 4, Monogram Club 2, 3, 4. Clyde Calvin Gilbert Commercial Club 2, 3, 41 Coop Class 4: Carmichael Literary Society 2, 3, 4. Elizabeth Chadwick Glass llome Room Secretary 31 Mixed Chorus 2, 31 Commercial Club 43 Cornelia Spencer Literary Society 31 lunior Needlework Guild 4. Dorothy Elizabeth Glenn Lila Markham llrogden Literary Society 2, 3, 4: Mimics Dramatics Club 2, 3, 41 Diversified Occu- pations Class 4, Secretary 4: llllftlflilllltlf Num' Stall 4, Co-liusiness Manager 41 lunior Needlework Guild 2, 3, 4: Girls Athletic Association 3. Glass Glenn Green Gregory Martha Kerr Glymph Home Room Secretary 31 Mixed Chorus 2, 3, 41 0. Henry Literary Society 3, 4, Secretary 3, Chap- lain 4: Phy-Chem Club 43 Ellen ll. Richards Club 2, President 21 Basketball 3: Tennis 3, 43 Volley Ball 33 Monogram Club 3, 4, Girls Athletic Asso- ciation 3, 4, Secretary 4. Willie Mae Gooch Mixed Chorus 2, 3, 41 O. Henry Literary Society 2, 3, 41 Iunior Needlework Guild 2, 3, 43 lfllen ll. Richards Club 4. Dorothy Mae Green Drum Majorette 41 Commercial Club 4, Cornelia Spencer Literary Society 2, 3, 41 lunior Needle- work Guild 2, 3, 43 Nature Study Club 3: Mimics Dramatics Club 4. james Agustus Gregory Commercial Club 3: Blackwell Literary Society 3, 4- IHXGE Q7 S . 1941! Gregory Grinstead Hall Hamm Lewis Winston Gregory Ili-Rnrkct Stall 2, 3, 4, Sports Editor 4: Walter Hines Page Literary Society 2, 3, 4: Aviation Study Club 3, 4, Vice-President 3, President 4. Eugene Andrews Grinstead, jr. Home Room Treasurer 2, Chaplain 4: Walter llines Page Literary Society 2, 3, 42 Track 2, 3, 4. Elbert Colie Gunter, jr. Carmichael Literary Society 2, 3, 41 Commercial Club 2, 3. Irma Merle Gunter Home Room Chaplain 31 MESSENGEIX Staff 4, Commercial Club 2, 3, 4, Cabinet 2, 3, 41 Lila Markham Brogden Literary Society 2, 3, 41 Iunior Needlework Guild 2, 41 Volley liall 21 State Con- tests, Bookkeeping 2, 3, Shorthand 3, Typing 3, 4, Commercial Law 4. E. Gunter I. Gunter Hammond Hardin Rebecca jane Hall Commercial Club 2, 3. 41 Annie li. 'l'illett Literary Society 3, 4: lunior Needlework Guild 2, 3, 41 State Bookkeeping Contest 2, 3. Howard Hamm Mixed Chorus 4: Commercial Club 2: lulian S. Carr Literary Society 3, 41 Art Club 2. 3. Treasurer 31 Wrestling 3. Wallace Reid Hammond Mixed Chorus 2, 3, 4: Walter Hines Page Literary Society 2. 3: Football 2, 3, 4: Track 21 Monogram Club 3. 4. James Monroe Hardin Coop Class 2, 3, 4, Chaplain 2, Vice-President 3, President 41 Blackwell Literary Society 2, 3. more 98 S ' 1941 Barbara Earle Harris Helen Maris Harward Conuuercial Club 21 Cornelia Spencer Literary Cornelia Spencer Society 2, g, 41 Basketball 2, 31 Society 2, 44, 41 lunior' Needlework Guild 2, 3, 41 Swimming Q1 Volley liall 2, 51 G. A. A. 2, 31 Mummers llramatics Club 2, 5, 41 Volley Ball 2. lunior Needlework Guild 2, g. Beffye -lo Haffis 4 Dorothy Louise Hazel llimll 3- S- 41 Slollllllcf'-'lill Club' 2-45-4 Sli lumflr llome Room Secretary 2, 3, Treasurer 21 Commer- Needlework Gmld 2, 3, 44: Anme lt. lillett Lit- cial glut, 1, 5' 43 Cornelia, Spencer Sofivly 3- 3- -li Cmry Pocmy 'l' Needlework Guild 2, bg, 41 G. A. A. 2, kg, 41 Coroso Thomas Camden Han-is Play ,QQ Basketball 2, 3, 41 Softball 2, ug, 41 Tennis lll'-Rm'lgr'r Stall' 2, Vg, 4, Co-Business Manager 4: lj 3' volley 'ian 2' ,gi Monogram mul' 1' 3' 4: Stamp Club 2. 3- 4: VValter llines Page Literary Imdmlmon si Sullilioiltcsls' Bookkccljmg 1' 5' Society 2, 3, 41 lli-Y Club 2, bg, 4. lypmg 3' Carolyn Newton Harward Claude Norman Herndon, jr. llome Room President 2, 3, Secretary bg, 41 Ili- llome Room Vice-President 2, Treasurer ,QQ Com, Rm'lgz'l Stall' 2, g, 4, Co-Alumni liditor 41 Student mercial Club Ag, 41 Walter Hines Page Literary Couneil 2, bg, 41 Senior Class Vice-President 41 Society kg, 41 Monogram Club 2, 5, 42 Football 2, Mixed Cliorus 2, 31 Commercial Club 41 Cornelia 3, 4: Basketball Kg, 41 Track 2, g, 41 Tennis 2, 3. Spencer Literary Society 2, ug, 4, Cbaplain 3, Presi- dent 41 lfreneli Club 41 lunior Needlework Guild Natalie Chadwick Hessee 2, 4, 4, Director 2, ug, 4, Second Vice-President 3, Mixed Cliorus 21 Commercial Club 3, 4: O. Henry Secretary 21 Mummers llramatics Club 2, kg, Presif Society gl Needlework Guild 41 Prencli Club 41 dent Q1 State Latin Contest 5. State Contests, Sbortliand 3, Typing gg. l B. Ilnrris ll. Harris T. Harris C, llarward H. Harward Hazel Herndon lh-asm-e taunt oo Lillian Ruth Hobbs llome Room Vice-President 2, Chaplain 31 Mixed Chorus 2, 3, 43 Commercial Club 2, 3, 43 Cornelia Spencer Society 2, 3, 41 Needlework Guild 2, 3, 4Q Pliotograpliy Club 23 G. A. A. 2, 3, 41 Coroso Play 31 Basketball 2, 33 Tennis 2, 3, 43 Volley Ball 2, 3: May Court 2: Monogram Club 2, 3, 4, Secretary 4, Treasurer 41 Softball 2, 3, 41 Badminton 3. Evelyn Pearl Hofller llome Room President 2, 31 Student Council 2, 32,1 Commercial Club 3, 41 lirogden Society 2, 31 Till lett Society 4, President 43 Needlework Guild 2, 4: G. A. A. 2, 3, 41 Basketball 2, 3, 43 Softball 2, 32 Tennis 2, 3, 43 Swimming 31 Volley Rall 2, A31 Monogram Club 2, 3, 41 Badminton 3. Mable Irene Holland Commercial Club 2, 3, 4. 1941 Holland Young Holton Mixed Chorus 21 Orchestra 31 Band 23 Debating 21 Commercial Club 3, 43 Blackwell Society 2, 3. 43 Mimics 2, 31 Mummers 31 Public Speaking 4. Mariella Hooker Home Room Secretary 2, 3, President 2, Vice- President 3, 43 III-Rocker 2, 3, 4, Literary liditor 3, 43 Needlework Guild 2, 3, 4, Director 2, 3, 4, Vice President 43 Commercial Club 3, 4, Secretary 3, Co-President 4, Cabinet 3, 4: Cornelia Spencer So' ciety 2, 3, 4, Vice-President 43 G. A. A. 2, 3, 4. Secretary-Treasurer 3, Point Secretary 3, President 43 Basketball 2, 3, 4, Mgr. 4: Tennis 2, 3, 4, Mgr. 31 Volley Ball 2, 33 Monogram Club 3, 41 Softball 3. Sylvia joan Hoover Home Room Vice-President 2: Mixed Chorus 2, 43 llrogden Society 2, 51 Art Club 4, President 41 Needlework Guild 2, 3, 4, Director 3, 4: Mimics 2 3' Contests Recitation 3, 4, State French 4' L ll " -' ' . f ' Jam? ee H? qoway State Play 2: 111-Roflfet 2, 3, 4. llome Room President 4, lreasurer 43 Student Council 43 Commercial Club 43 Page Society 2, 3. Augusta Juanita Hopson 4: Phy-Chem 3, 43 Track 2, 3, 41 VVrt-stling 3, 4. Commercial Club 2, 3, 41 Needlework Guild 2, 4. Hnbhn llolller Holland Holloway Holton Hooker Hoover Hopson ACE IDU Seniofzd. 1941 Horne Howard Howe ' A f . Hunt if Isenhour Jackson Jacobs JW ,tr Jeff' ' - 1 ' D. ' ' f ' J' 21312 1 . . 'fu' f 1 . William Lawrence Horne J ,,- " Ngerleffdwln ur . . . . , Ny. gum :J 'N ' M .5 , . . . Commercial Club 2, 31 Aviation Study Club 3. , i, H0951 'ITU Ujld Sv 4- Pfmldulf dv W-lllir J ' PHJIBS Page,l.J4eJa Society 2, 3, 43 Aviation Study ,',,x.,,,.,..- Raymond Louis Howard llome Room Vice-President 31 llaseball 2, 3, 4. George St. Clair Howe Mixed Chorus 2, 31 Commercial Club 4: French Club 31 Mimics Dramatics Club 2. Robert Judson Hunt Commercial Club 2, 3, 4, Business Manager 4, Cabinet 4: Swimming 2, 3, 4: Monogram Club 4. SYJPGV U!4A'UlIibi3 4 Secret1ry'Ircisurer 4 'J f Nida Lee Jackson Home Room President 2, Chaplain 4: Student Council 23 Commercial Club 3, 4, Cabinet 3: lames H. Southgate Literary Society 2: Annie lf. Tillett Literary Society 3, 4, Vice-President 43 Iunior Needlework Guild 2, 3, 43 Basketball 2, 3, 41 Soft- ball 2, 3, 41 Vollev Ball 2, 3, 43 Monogram Club 3, 4, Chaplain 42 Cirls Athletic Association 2, 3, 42 State Contests, Shorthand 3, Typing 3. Charles Allen Jacobs, Jr. Home Room Chaplain 21 Mixed Chorus 2, 4: French Club 43 Blackwell Literary Society 3, 4. Rosemae Jaffe Home Room Secretary 4: Commercial Club 4: Lila Markham Brogden Literary Society 2, 3, 41 lunior Needlework Guild 2, 3, 41 Mimics Dramatics Club 2, 3: State Contests, Shorthand 3, 4, Typing 3. 4. PAGE Illl S . 1941 James A. Johnson A. Jones E. .Innes Ruby Grace james l.iln Murltbzun llrogclcu l.itcrury Society 2, 32 Annie lf. 'l'illctl l.itr:r:lry Socicty 4: Iunior Ncccllc- work Guiltl 2, 3, 41 liutlmimou 31 ll2lSliCll71lll 3, 4: Softball 3, 41 'llcnnis 3, 41 Vollcy Bull 2, '31 Mono- , , , . . . grain Llub 21 Cirls Atlilclit' Assorizllion 2, 3, 4. Archie Carnese johnson, jr. Aviation Study Club 3, 4, Coop Class 4. Walter Thomas johnson MlassiaNr:laR Stull' 2, 3, Cof1Xrt litlitor 2, Art linlilor 33 VVultcr llincs Page Litcrury Sociuty 2, 3, .ig Art Club 2, 3, 4, Viccflhcsirlcnt 3. Margaret Justine Johnston llomc Room Sccrctury 2, 3, Trcaisurcr 2, Mixccl Chorus 3, 41 Commcrciul Club 2,cl1llHlIlCI 2: lunior Ncctllcworli Uuiltl 2, 3, 41 Mummcrs Draunzltics Club 2, 3, 41 Swimming 2. l'.UEli lfll c:UIllll1L'I'Cl1ll Club 2, 3, 4, Cztbinct 2: Stun- Con W. Johnson Johnston R. .Innes R. Jones Arthur Halford jones lli-Y Klub 2, 3. Olive Elaine jones Home Room Chaplain 3, 4: Mixt-tl Chorus 2, 3, .4 tcsts, Typing 3, Sliortlmml 3. Rex Klien jones, jr. Couuucrcinl Club 2. Ruby Lee jones c:0llllllL'l't'lZll Club 2, 4: luuior Ncctllcwork Gui 2, 3, 4. tleut 41 liasketliall ll Volley Ball 2: State Contests, S ' 1941 Franklin Stan jourdan George Thomas Kerr, jr. NfV1lllCF llines Page Literary Society 3, 43 Aviation Home Room Vice-President 2, Treastirer 41 Walter Stutly Clulw 3, 4, Vice-Presitlcnt 4. Secretary-Treas Ilines Page Literary Society 2, 3, 41 lvlimics Dra- urer 41 Swimming 4. matics Clulw 2, 3, 4, Football 2, 3, 4: Track 2. 3, 41 VVrr.-stling 2, 3, 41 Monogram Cluli 2, 3, 42 Senior Class Play 4. Hadassah Kadish lranslierretl from New York 4. Hallie Ruth Kerr Evelyn Katz Commercial Cluli 2, 3, 41 Iunior Needlework llome Room Secretary 2, 4, Treasurer 2, Vice- Guild 3- 3- 43 O' Html' Ufvfllfy Soflcll' 2- 5- -l' Prcsitlent 3, Presitlent 4: Student Council 41 Com- mercial Cluli 2, 3, 4. Calwinel 41 Atliena Literary Society 2, 3, 4, Vice-Presiclcnt 3, Secretary 3, Presi- Janet Mae Kimbfg 'Vlixecl Chorus 3 4' Annie lf. Tillett Literary So- g V Y 4 4 - 2 , 1 . K. 4 . E - li iv 1 w A N 4 J Iookkulmlg ' 'Yl""H 3' 'l' Sl'U"l""t' 3 4' L Um ciety 2, 3, 4: ltlleu ll. Ricliartls Lluli 4, Secretary mcrciul Lim' 'l' 41 Iunior Needlework Cuiltl 3, 4. William Jennings Kelly, jr. Commercial Clulw 2, 3. 4: State liooliket-ping GfaC1eMaY King Contest 3. liantl 3: Nature Stutly Clulw 25 l.il1rary Council 2. .Iourdnn Kadish Katz Kelly G. Kerr H. Kerr Kimbro Kinfz l'.Xt5li 103 swam 1941 X 3 Lucy Marie King Commercial Club 2, 3, 41 lirogden Society 3, 43 G. .-X. A-X. 2, 3, 41 Basketball 2, 3, 41 Tennis 2, 3, 4: Swimming 3, 43 Volley liall 2, 3, 4: Monogram 3. 41 Deck Tennis 41 Paddle Tennis 41 Softball 2, 3, 43 Bookkeeping Contest 21 Needlework Guild 3, 4. Dorothy Elizabeth Land llome Room Vice-President 31 Commercial Club 2, 3, 4, Cabinet 3: Needlework Guild 3, 4g G. A. .-X. 2, 3, 4: Basketball 2, 3, 4, Capt. 2, 41 Tennis 2, 3, 41 Swimming 2, 3, 4, Mgr. 4, Life Saving 3: Monogram 3, 4, Vice-Pres. 41 Badminton 3: Pad- dle Tennis 4, Capt. 41 Deck Tennis 4, Capt. 4: Softball 2, 32 Contests, Bookkeeping 2, Commer-1 cial Law 21 Volley Ball 2, 3, 4, Capt. 2, 3, 4. james Edward Langley lR'lliNSlaNGliR 2, 3: Ili-Rorlqez 2, 3, 41 Mixed Chorus 2, 3, 43 Commercial Club 2, 31 Photography 3, 4. Pres. 4: State Music Contest 2, 3, 4, Winner 3, 4. John Riley Lawrence llome Room President 2, 3, 41 Student Council 2, 3, 43 Current livents Club 2, 3, 41 Commercial Club 21 Page Society 2, 3, 4. Syble Leone La on L. ' Home Room Secretary 3: Cor, iercial Club:2. 3: Pliy-Chem Club 3, 4, Vic -Prev lent 41 O.fHenry Literary Society 2, 3, 4, 'sirrer 45 ,State Book- keeping CR test 2.,4,j!'! I l ' l if l ff: I .tr xy If ' . I N rav llnlgdyton 3 mics ID datics Club 3" 4 wl . li 'J' il 2 lfj R, l, Lurle-n'elE 31a Leary Q il iercial Club,2, fda: I-dar' Needlework '. " filcild 2. gp . y yfffl Mabfllene Kathleen Leary Mixed Chorus 2, 41 Annie li.. Tillett Literary So- ciety 41 Iunior Needlework Guild 2, 3, 41 lillen ll. Richards Club 4. King Land Lawson Layton PAGE Langley Lawrence L. Leary M. Leary IO4, frWW'W i10'I"i if 5' 1917? Lee Ligon Loftis A. Long Annie Lucille Lee Mixed Chorus 2, 3, 41 Iames H. Southgate Literary Society 3, 4, Vice-President 4, President 41 Library Council 4, Iunior Needlework Guild 2, 3, 43 Photography Cluh 21 Swimming 3. Elwood Boone Ligon lioothall 4. Flona Clotilda Liles Annie lf. Tillett Literary Society 3, 4, Secretary 4: lunior Needlework Guild 2, 3, 41 Girls Athletic Association 2, 3, 4: lillen ll. Richards Cluh 2, 3: llaskethall 2, 31 Volley liall 2, 3: Monogram Cluh 3- -l- David Kelly Lockhart, Jr. Orchestra 2. 3: Band 2, 3, 41 Track 3, 4. Liles Lockhart H. Long Lougee Carlton Shuler Loftis Carmichael Literary Society 2, 3, 41 Foothall 2, 3, 4: liaskethall 2, 3, 43 Baseball 2, 3, 4: Monogram Cluh 2, 3, 4. Agnes Christie Long Home Room Chaplain 22 Mixed Chorus 21 Cor- nelia Spencer Literary Society 2, 3, 43 lunior Needlework Guild 2, 3, 4, Director 4: French Cluh 3, 4: Nature Study Cluh 2, 3, Vice-President 3: State French Contest 4. Helen Fry Long Home Room President 2, Vice-President 2, Treas- urer 3, Vice-President 4, Secretary 41 Student Council 2g Mixed Chorus 2, 31 Commercial Cluh 23 O. Henry Literary Society 2, 3, 4: lunior Needlework Guild 2, 3, 4. Robert Felts Lougee Home Room Secretary 21 Ili-Roflgct Stall 43 Car- michael Literary Society 2, 3, 41 Baskethall Man- ager 2, 33 Boxing 2, Photography Cluh 2. 41 Base- hall Manager 4. mei: log 5 . 1941 Mm.-Donald Manzum W. Martin Mason Dorothy Lee MacDonald Commercial Club 2, 3, 41 lunior Needlework Guild 2, 3, 41 Volley Ball 2. Thurston Poteat Mangum Pliotograpliy Club 21 Sopliomore lfootball 2. Everett Shell Marshburn llome Room President 2, 31 Student Council 2. 3: VValter llines Page Literary Society 2, 31 Track 2. 3, 41 lfootball 2, 3, 41 Monogram Club 2, 3, 4. Azzie Mae Frances Martin lames ll. Southgate Literary Society 3, 41 lunior Needlework Guild 3, 41 Mixed Cliorus 21 Com- mercial Club 2. PA Marshhurn A. Martin Massey Mathes Winona Ruth Martin Home Room Treasurer 21 Lila Markham llrogden Literary Society 3, 43 Basketball 2, 3, 4: Iunior Needlework Guild 2, 3. 41 Volley llilll 2, 41 Dt-ck Tennis 4: Commercial Club 2. Charles Manning Mason ll!-Roflqet Stall' 21 VValter Hines Page Literary Society 2, 3, 41 Track 21 Stamp Club 2, 3: Mimics Dramatics Club 3, 4. Catherine Blanche Massey llome Room Vice-President 2, Secretary 3, Treas- urer 31 Mussl-.Noiait Stall' 4, Typist 41 Commercial Club 3, 43 Cornelia Spencer Literary Society 3, 4: French Club 3, 43 Nature Study Club 2, 3: State Contests, Shorthand 3. 4. Typing 3, 41 lunior Needleworl-2 Guild 2, 3, 4. john Franklin Mathes Commercial Club 3. mi H16 8 . Helen Elizabeth Matthews Lila Markham lirogden Literary Society 3, 41 lunior Needlework Guild g, 4. Margaret Scott Matthews Commercial Clulu 1, 3, 41 Iunior Needlework Cuild 1, 4, 4. Frank Dean May llome Room Treasurer 42 Mixed Chorus 1, 31 land 22 Current livents Cluh 1, , 1 Swinnnin I . -l 3- 21 Monogram Cluln 1. Hubbard Durant Maynard, jr. lland g, 41 Commercial Cluh 1, 4, Calwinet 1, 4: Blackwell Literary Society 3, 41 Track 1. 3. 1941 Carolyn Dorcas Maynor llome Room Treasurer 1, Yiceellresident 41 Ilia Rorlqel Stall' 1, 31 Cornelia Spencer Literary So- ciety 1, bg, 4, Secretary 41 Mimics llramatics Clulm 1, 1, 4, Vice-President 41 May Court 22 State French Contest 4. Annie Cordelia McBroom Mixed Chorus 41 Iunior Needlework Guild 1. 41 Commercial Clula 1, 5, 41 Cornelia Spencer Lit- erary Society kg, 41 Volley liall 3. Ruth Reade McDonald llome Room Secretary 21 Ill--lellfkff Stall' 1, 3, 4, Copy liditor 41 Iunior Needlework Guild 1, g, 4, Director 1, 41 French Cluh bg, 41 Nature Study Clulw 21 Lila Markham lirogden Literary Society 1, 5, 41 State Latin Contest 1, g, 4, VVinner 4. Imogene Esther McNay llome Room Treasurer 1, 31 Ili-Rorlqet Stall' 1. 3, 41 Mixed Chorus 1, 41 Iunior Needlework Cuild 1, 3, 41 Mimies llramatics Clula 1, Q2 Cornelia Spencer Literary Society 1, 5, 41 Tennis 31 Volley liall 21 Phy-Chem Cluh 4. H. Matthews M. Matthews Maynor Meliroom Pltili lt May Maynard Mr-Donald Mi-Nay l7 eniofvi 1941 William Duke Merritt Current livents Club 4, Chaplain 4: Senior Class Play 4. David Earl Miles, jr. MliSSIiNtIEIl Stall 2, 3, 4: Mixed Chorus 3, 4: Black- well Literary Society 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 4: Current livents Club 2, 4: Mimics Dramatics Club 3. Dorothy Scott Mills Nliassipmaua Stall 4: Ill'-Roclqel Stall 2, 3: Commer- cial Club 32 Cornelia Spencer Literary Society 2, 3, 4, President 4: Basketball 2. 3: Iunior Needlework Guild 2, 3, 4, Director 3, 4: Mimics Dramatics Club 2, 3, 4, President 4: Volley Ball 2. 32 May Court 4. Hayden Pegram Mims Blackwell Literary Society 2, 3, 4Q Baseball 2, 3, 4. Juanita Inez Minton Commercial Club 2, 4: Cornelia Spencer Literary Society 3, 4: Art Club 3: Iunior Needlework Guild 2, 3, 4. Dillard Crittenden Mitchell, III Orchestra 2, 33 Walter Hines Page Literary Society 2, 3, 41 Track 3, 4: Mimics Dramatics Club 3, 4. Albert Edward Moneyhan Home Room President 2, Vice-President 3: Stu- dent Council 2, 3: Commercial Club 4: Walter Hines Page Literary Society 2, 3, 4: Photography Club 2, 3: Football 2, 3, 4: Basketball 3: Track 2. 3, 4: Boxing 2: Monogram Club 2. 3, 4: Life Saving 4. Annie Mae Morgan Home Room Vice-President 2: Ili-R0c'lqc't Stall 3. 4: Mixed Chorus 2, 3, 4: Iunior Needlework Guild 2, 3, 4: Annie Tillett Literary Society 2. 3, 42 Mummers Dramatics Club 2, 3: Ellen H. Richards Club 4, Vice-President 4: Basketball 2, 3: Volley Ball 2. Merritt Miles Minton Mitchell Mills Mims Moneyhan Morgan PAGE roll Senicvvi 1941 Morris C. Mullen Murray Myatt Paul Wooters Morris Hand 1, 3, 41 .Xviation Study Club 4. Celeste Mullen I Mixed Chorus 1, 3, 41 lhy-Chem Club 43 luuior Needlework Guild 3, 4: Lila Markham Brogt Literary Society 41 liasketball 1: Volley Ball Christeene Mark Mullen llome Room Secretary 4: Mixed Chorus 1, 3, 4g Phy-Chem Club 41 ltmior Needlework Guild 1, 41 l.ila Markham Brogdeu Literary Society Mummers Dramaties Club 1, 3g Basketball Yolley Ball 1. George Washington Munford, jr. llome Room President 4: Student Council 41 Mixed Chorus 3: luliau S. Carr Literary Society 1, QQ Football 1, 3. 4: Monogram Club 3, 4. len 1. C. Mullen Munford Nelson Nordan Mayo Lucille Murray Home Room Chaplain 41 Mixed Chorus 1, .31 Commercial Club 1, 3, 4, Cabinet 21 Iuuior Need lework Guild 1, 3, 43 Basketball 1. Robert Woodall Myatt Ili-Rorlqvt Stall' 1, 3, 4, Assistant Manager Circu lation Stall' 41 Mixed Chorus 1, 3, 41 lulian S. Carr Literary Society 43 Nature Study Club 3, 4, Treasa urer 4: llifY Club 41 Home Room 'I'reasurer 1, 4. Charles Franklin Nelson Home Room Vice-President 43 MliSSl-.Nlilili Stall' 3. 43 Mixed Chorus 1, 3, 41 Blackwell Literary Society 1, 3, 4, Marshall 3, Secretary 41 Mimics Dramatics Club 1, 31 Mummers llramatics Club 43 State Contest Play 1. Clyde Warren Nordan Mixed Chorus 41 Commercial Club 1, 3, 41 Black- well Literary Society 3, 4. PAGE llllj S ' 1941 Norman C. Norville l.. Norville Onklry O'l'onnur A. Odom M. Odom Oldham Lillian Alberta Norman Mary Clay O'Connor Uirlicslixi 1: llauid 1. 3. 41 Goiiuiicrcigil Glulw 1: llouic Room lrczisurcr bg. SCCl'L'I1ll'y 4: llliflclill cl luiiior Nvcallcwork Guild 2, bg, 41 Gorncliai Spciiccr Stull' 2, g, 4: Iunior Nccdlcwork Guild g. 4, lli l,ilcr4iry Society 1. 4, 41 Art Gluln ug, Scrrclziry 3: rcclor 4, 41 Gommcrcizil Clula 4g Nluuuiicrs llri lliiskcllizill .zz Vollcy llnll 2. matics Glulw ,gg Cornelia Spcnccr Lilcrnry Soni I 4 1, 5, 42 llaisketlmll 41 Girls .Xtlilclic Associguioii 4 Charles King Norvllle llouiu Room Cliziplaiiu 21 Ill'-Rm'ffc'I Stull 43 VV1il lcr llincs l'ai44c Lilcrairy Society 4, 41 Pliy-Glicm Andrew Ervin Odgm x ' ' Us ' f -' '- f , , , , .. , Llulw 4, lliolozjripliyb Clulii 1. lli Y Clulu 2 3 4 Limp LIMS 2' 4. 4. Marshall 4' Llizlplziiii 3: l'ootli:ill 4. ' Lucye Beverly Norville 4 Q N Q Margaret Mae Odom lloiiim' llooui Gliziplaiiu ll Mixed Clliorus 41 llllllOI' S ' 4 4 V N Yccdlcwork Guild 1, 5. 41 Nzlturc Study Gluli 2: c'0m'nf'r'f4ll club 3- 3- -ll flefliflwv5i'f'1ff" IH lforiicligi Spciircr Literary Society 2, 3. 4: lli- 'Nfl' SOVMY 3- 3- 43 Bilskdllfllll 53 XOHCY HHH 5 Rmkd Stun' 4. Girls Atlilctic Associailion g. 4. Dorothy Love Oakley Nlixcd Gliorus g, 41 Goiiiuicrcizil Gluli 1, 4, 41 MaryMar1e Oldham Iunior Needlework Guild 1 State Tv mini Gone Mixed Chorus :Commercial Club g luiiior 4 ,l l- -l -l lost 3. Needlework Guild 2, 4, 4. IYKGE IIO Boyce Miller Olive James Franklin O'Neal llaud 2, g. 4, 'lireasurer 41 Commercial Club 2, 41 Current livenls Club Yq, 41 Blackwell Literary So- ciety 2, bg, 4. Vice-President 4. Ruby Lee O'Neal Commercial Club 2: lunior Needlework Guild 2, 4. Victorine Overton llome Room Secretary 2, Chaplain 41 Commercial Club 2. g. 43 Athena Literary Society bg, 41 Iunior Needlework Guild 2, 'gg State Contests, Sbortllaud 2, Typing 2, liookkeepiug 2. 1941 James Carl Pace llivcrsilied Occupations Class Vg. Matilda Anne Pace lunior Needlework Guild 41 Commercial Club 2- 3- 4- Howard Shuler Page Commercial Club 2, 5. Sarah Louise Page Mixed Cborus 2, 41 Iunior Needlework Guild 2, mg 4: Commercial Club 3, 41 Nature Study Club 2 Cornelia Spencer Literary Society 2, 3, 41 Ili Rodger Stall 5, 4. Olive J. 0'Neal J. Pace M. Pace R. 0'Neal Overton H. Page S. Page l'.UJli l ll S . Mayon Vann Parker Ill'-Rocket Stall' 2, 3, 4, Assistant Editor Circula- tion Stall 4: lulian S. Carr Literary Society 4Q Track 3, 41 Phy-Chem Cluh 3, 4, Chaplain 4: Hi-Y Cluh 41 State Physics Contest 4. Anne Elliott Parrish llome Room Treasurer 2, President 4, Vice-l'resi- dent 41 Ill'-Rocker Stall' 2, 31 Student Council 4: Cotnmercial Cluh 3, 4, Cahinet 43 Cornelia Spen- cer Literary Society 2, 3, 41 liaskethall 2, 3: lunior Needlework Cuild 2, 3, Director 31 Girls Athletic Association 2, 31 Volley Ball 2, 3, May Court 4. Marie Connally Paylor Commercial Cluh 2, QQ Annie lf. Tillett Literary Society 2, 3, 41 lunior Needlework Cuild 2, 3, 4: lillen li. Richards Cluh 4. Rachel Edna Pearce Commercial Cluh 2, 3, 41 Iames ll. Southgate Lit- erary Socicty 3, 41 liaskethall 2, 33 Iunior Needle- work Cuild 2, 3, 41 French Cluh 3, 43 Nature Study Cluh 2. 1941 Dorothy Iris Pearson Iunior Needlework Guild 2, 3. 41 Cotnmercial Cluh 2, 3, 4, Cahinet 3, 43 Lila Markham lirogden Literary Society 2, 3, 4: liaskethall 3, 41 Volley Ball 21 Cirls Athletic Association 1, 3, 4. Margaret Louise Peed Commercial Cluh 2, 3, 43 Iunior Needlework Cuild 3, 4. Virginia Lee Peed Commercial Cluh 31 Lila Markham lirogden Lit- erary Society 31 liaskethall 21 lunior Needlework Cuild 2, 3, 4: Nature Study Cluh 21 State Con tests, Shorthand 3, Typing 3. Alda Kathleen Pendergraph Commercial Cluh 3. 4: Lila Markham llrogden Literary Society 3, 41 Iunior Needlework Cuild 2, 3. 4. Qt 7 Parker Parrish Pearson M. Peed In Paylor Pearce V. Peed Pendergraph AGE I I2 S . 1941 G. Pendergraph M. Penderizraph Pettigrew Philpott Gertrude Doris Pendergraph Commercial Club 2, 3. 41 Iames H. Southgate Lit- erary Society 41 Iunior Needlework Cuild 2, 3, 4. Mary Hunter Pendergraph Mixed Chorus 21 Commercial Club 2, 3, 41 Annie li. 'l'illctt Literary Society 2: lanies H. Southgate Literary Society 3, 4, President 4: lunior Needle- work Cuild 2, 3, 4, Director 41 Mummers Dra- matics Club 11 Recitation Contest 2. 3. David Russell Perry, Jr. Home Room President 2. 3. 4: Student Council 2, 3, 4, Vice-President 42 XValter Hines Page Lite crary Society 2, 3, 4, President 4, Vice-President 3, Pliotograpliy Club 21 Football 2, 3, 43 Baseball 2, 3, 4, l.o-Laptain 3: Monogram Club 2, 3, 4, Presi- dent 4. i Margaret Elizabeth Perry Ili-Rm'lqc'f Stall' 2, 3, 41 Commercial Club 31 .Xtliena Literary Society 4: Iunior Needlework Cuild 2, 3. 4: Mummers Dramatics Club 2, 3, 4, wilt-y mu 1, 3. ' R. Perry M. Perry Pickett Pittman Charlotte Marie Pettigrew Commercial Club 2, 31 lunior Needlework Guild 3. Eunice Inez Philpott Commercial Club 2, 3: l.ila Markham llrogden Literary Society 2, 3: junior Needlework Cuild 3' 4' Clinton Wilson Pickett Commercial Club 4. Alyce Erminie Pittman Commercial Club 21 l.ila Markham lirogden I.it- erary Society 2, 3, 41 Art Club 4: lunior Needle- work Cuild 2, 3, 41 Cirls Athletic Association 2. 3- 4- lliltlii IIS 1941 Pleusnntn E. Poe Pope A. Pnrter Doris Iola Pleasants Commercial Club 5, 4: lames ll. Southgate Lit- erary Society 5, 41 lunior Needlework Guild 5, 4. Elizabeth May Poe Ili-Rorlqct Stall' 2, 5, 4, Managing News Editor 41 Commercial Club 2, 5, 41 Annie E. Tillett Literary Society 2: Cornelia Spencer Literary Society 5, 4: lunior Needlework Guild 2, 5, 4, Director 4: French Club 2, 5, 4, Mummers Dramatics Club 2. john Alexander Poe llome Room President 2, 5, Vice-President 2, 5. 4, Treasurer 2, 41 Student Council 2, 5, 41 Mixed Chorus 21 Walter Hines Page Literary Society 2. 5, 41 Current Events Club 2, 5, 4Q Mimics Dra- matics Club 41 Football 5, 41 Boxing 21 Wrestling 5, 4, Captain 5, 41 Monogram Club 2, 5, 42 Senior Class Play 4. Vera Alise Pollard Mixed Chorus 21 Commercial Club 2, 5, 41 Iunior Needlework Guild 5, 4. IVMIE II J. Poe Pollard H. Porter Powers William Everett Pope Commercial Club 2, 5, 41 Coop Class 4. Alfred Kirkpatrick Porter, jr. Commercial Club 5. Henry Porter Henry Wesley Powers Home Room Chaplain 5. 4: Commercial Club 2 5, 4, Co-President 4, Cabinet 1, 41 Tennis 2. 4 3 ' 1941 Jesse Harris Proctor, jr. james Edward Rackley lloinc Rooin l,I'L'Sltlt.'lll 2, Vicc-Prcsitlciit 3, Cbupl lloinu Room Trcalsurcr 31 Connncrciul Club 2, lain 43 Ill'-Rorkrt 2, 3, 4, litlitor-in-Cbicl 4: Stu' lfootbull 3, 4, lvlzimigcr 31 liziskctlwull 41 Monograun tlcnt Council 2: llclmting 21 Vogt' Society 2, 3, 4, Club 43 Coll' 3, 4. Sccrctziry 4: l"rcncl1 Club 4, Cbztpluin 41 Muinmcrs . llrannaitics Club 2, 3, Sctirctnry 31 llifY Club 2,.3. Mabel Louise Ragan 4, Sccrctnry 32 llcclaunution Contust 2, 3, 4, Win- I , Y n 4 I 4 ncr 3: lfrcncb Contest 41 Debating and Spt-cub ll"IW'lff"f 511111 .lv 4- cnlnmcfklifl Llul' 1- 3' 4- Colmm ig 4' lsim lllnct, in Ommry 4. Atlicnn l.itcratryQbocicty 2, 3,41 Iunioxr Ncctllcwork ' Cuiltl 2, 3, 4: I'rcncb Club 2, 3, 41 Stats Contests. Margaret Lorraine Proctor lfrcncb 4, l.:1tin 3, 4. liookkccping 2, Sbortbuntl 3, Typing 3. Conuncrtiail Club 11 U. llcnry Society 2, S1 Noc- tllcniorli Cuiltl' 23 lfllcn ll. Riclmrtls Club 41 Swim- Eleanor Lambeth Rankin :ning 2, 31 X ollcy llaill 2, Q1 lxllllltlgftllll 2, 3, 4. MlassENc:l.it Stull 2, 31 Lila lvlarkliam lirogtlcn l.ilf William Leland Proctor, Jr. crury Society 3, 4, Vice-Presitlcnt 43 lunior Ncctllcf Ill'-Rm'lqc'l 2. 3, 41 l'bv-Cbcni Club 3, 4, Trcnsurrst' wilrk clulld 2' 4' Dmicwr 2' 41 Ilrclich cfluh rl' 4' 4. l,h0mgrIlPl4V muh 'V HLY Club' v 4 4 SOHC- Viccfl'ri.-sitlcnt 43 Mununcrs Drauntttics Club 2, 3: tary Q1 Pliysics Contest 4, llonorublc Mention 4. MMC Frcnch Contest 4' Bonnie Ra Pur ear Malcolm amesRa Y Y Y lXllihSl-Ylilik 3, 41 Pago Socicty 3, 4: A-Xvintion Stutly Coop Class 2, 3, 4, Trczlsttrcr 43 Commercial Club Club 43 ilifllfli 3. 41 Swinnning 2. 2. 3. Il. Proctor M. Proctor W. Proctor Puryear Ravkley Raygun Rankin ,Q I Ray l ' ii 4 I 1,- 4 u I'.Xtili IIS , . " Senialu. 1941 Nancy Read Lila Markham lirogden Literary Society 3, 41 lunior Needlework Guild 3, 41 Library Council 3, 4, Vice-President 4. Sarah Eileen Regan Commercial Club 2, 3, 43 O. Henry Literary So- ciety 3, 4, Vice-President 43 Annie Tillett Lit- erary Society 2, Chaplain 23 Iunior Needlework Guild 2, 3, 41 Mimics Uramatics Club 2, 31 Mixed Chorus 4. Fern Demeris Rice llome Room Secretary 3, 43 Drum Majorette 42 Commercial Club 3, 43 Cornelia Spencer Literary Society 3, 4, Chaplain 43 Nature Study Club 2, 3, Treasurer 33 Mimics llramatics Club 33 May Court 31 Iunior Needlework Guild 2, 3, 4. Hazel Ruth Rich llome Room Secretary 31 Student Council 33 Com- mercial Club 2, 3, 43 Annie li. Tillett Literary So- Fannie Lois Rich Mixed Chorus 2, 33 Commercial Club 2, 3, 4, Cabinet 23 Athena Literary Society 22 junior Needlework Guild 2, 4. Berneta Mae Riggsbee Home Room Chaplain 21 Commercial Club 3, 4, Cabinet 41 Annie li. Tillett Literary Society 21 Cornelia Spencer Literary Society 3. 43 lunior Needlework Guild 3, 43 Basketball 31 Swimming 33 Volley Hall 51-lhf'l0I1OgI'2ll'l'l Club 43 Girls Athletic Association 3, 43 Softball 31 lillen ll. Richards Club 3. Marion Boone Riggsbee Commercial Club 2, 41 Cornelia Spencer Literary Society 2, 3, 41 Iunior Needlework Guild 2, 3, 4. Dorothy Ann Rigsbee U. Henry Literary Society 3, 43 Art Club 43 Ellen H. Richards Club 3, 4. ,ciety 2, 31 Cornelia Spencer Literary Society 41 I, Iunior Needlework Guild 3, 4. .pl 3 . a A- ' ' l ,7 ,ff j jf .ff ,ff ff I , ' ,w -iv-,c 2 -ff- J' Read Regan Rice H. Rich , Fm, L. Rich B. Ripzgsnee- M. Riggshee D. Rigsbeem 4 ,i N 3 5 114112116 1 J, , I f A - A 4 K ii . i lim, -Q 4 gl 3 . 1941 Rigsbee Robbins N. Rose R. Ruse James Leonard Rigsbee Coop Class 3, 4, Secretary 4: Commercial Club 2, 3, 4. Jack Guyes Robbins Vlalter llines Page Literary Society 2, 3, 41 Phy- Cheui Club 3, 43 Tennis Club 3, 43 State Physics Contest 4. Walter Leonard Roberts Commercial Club 3, 41 Coop Class 2, 3, 4. Lillian Colmar Rollins Hand 43 Commercial Club 41 Mimics Dramatics Club 4. PAGE Roberts Rollins R. Rose Roycroft Nell Ann Rose Commercial Club 2, 3, 43 Cornelia Spencer Society 2, 3, 4, Needlework Guild 2, 3, 43 G. A. A. 2, 3, 4. Robert William Rose Aviation Study Club 3, 4. Ronald Seymour Rose Home Room Vice-President 2, 3: Ili-Rocket 2, 3, 4, Circulation Manager 4: Debating 3, 4: Page So- ciety 2, 3, 43 Phy-Chem 3, 4, President 4, Vice- President 43 Hi-Y Club 2, 3, 4, President 4, Vice- President 31 Swimming 23 Declamation Contest 2, 3, 41 State Contests: Math 4, Winner 4, Physics 4, Winner 4, Declamation 4, Winner 4, lmpromptu Speaking 4, Winner 4. Nancy Fleming Roycroft Cornelia Spencer Literary Society 2, 3, 4: luuior Needlework Guild 2, 3, 4, Director 2, 3, 4: Mum- mers Dramatics Club 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 4. II7 ..,v I A 'dia-,u eo. Aafua., J ,K ' l f I 0 up f 7 Z f A 4 J 3 g .v ri Quia" 'V "jg 1 J, I 9' " o il-'sy ' ., ff a' . .1 "ftp,-f J .30 501' 67 7941 Rummelt Sanders Scott Sherman Shirley Lee Rummelt Mixed Cliorus 41 Commercial Club 2, 3, 41 Atliena Society 2, 3. 41 Needlework Guild 2, 4, 41 G. A. A. g, 41 liasketball 31 Swimming 2, Q1 May Court gt Monogram Club 4. Priscilla Powell Sanders llome Room Secretary 41 Cornelia Spencer l,it- erary Society 41 Mimics llramatics Club 4. Margaret Pauline Schroder llome Room Secretary 2, President 2, Cliaplain 3. 'l'reasurer 4, Vice-President 41 Senior Class Treas urer 41 Mess!-LNtzEit Stall gl Student Council Z1 Mixed Cliorus 2. 3. 41 Commercial Club 41 Athena Literary Society 2. -3, 4, Secretary 2, Treasurer 5. Vice-President 41 lunior Needlework Guild 2, 3. 41 Miniics Uramatics Club 2, 3. 4, Secretary 4: Coroso Play 41 Recitation Contest 2. 41 May Court 41 Senior Class Play 4. In Schroder Schulken Shields Shumaker Mildred Deppe Schulken lVlliS5liNGliR 2. 5, 4, Literary liditor 4. li.tlitor-in- Cliieli 41 Mixed Cliorus 21 Commercial Club 2, 1. Cabinet 21 Ill'-Rozfqel gg Atliena Society 2. 3, 4. Secretary 2, 3, President 4. Treasurer 41 l,ibrary Council 4, President 41 Needlework Guild 2, 4, 4. Director 41 Frencli Club 3, 41 Mummers llramatics Club 21 Coroso Play 31 liaslaetball 11 State Conf tests, lioolikeeping 2, lirencli 4, Typing 4, Sliortf band Q1 Senior Play 4. Billy Manning Scott Student Council 21 Commercial Club 2, g, 4. Charles Noel Sherman Commercial Club 2, 4. 41 State liooklteepiiig Contest 2. 4. Lady Sarah Shields Mixed Cliorus 2, 4, 41 Commercial Club 2, 2,. 4: Atliena Literary Society 2, 41 Iunior Needlework Guild 2, 4, 41 State Commercial l.aw Contest 4. james Hampton Shumaker llome Room President 2, Q1 Student Council 2, 41 Mixed Cliorus 2, 4: Page Literary Society 2. 4. 4. S s ' 19474 William Horace Sink Thaddeus Vernon Smith Walter llinrs Pago Litcrary Socicty 2, .gg Public Home Room President 2. Vicefl'rcsitlf:nt 2: Stu Spcaking Club ll Slate Contests, Sliortliantl 5. dent Council 21 Waltcr Hinos Page Literary So liookkt-i-piiig 21 Commcrcial Club 2, g, 4. cicty bg, 41 Football 2, 3, 41 Track 43 Swimming 4 Monogram Club 2, 3, 4. Catherine Ross Sloan Waverly Graves Smith Miwil CIIUFUS 4. 41 Colulncrrial Club 2. 3. 41 llomc Room Treasurer 1, -gg Mixcrl Chorus 2, 3 lunior Nt'ctl.lt-work Cuiltl g, 4. Walter Hines Page Litcrary Society 2, 31 Pliy Chem Club 3, 4: Hi-Y Club 2, 31 Coop Class 4 Burnice Adams Smith William Marvin Smith, jr. blixtwl Cliorus 21 Commcrtial Club 2, g, 41 llanil 2, g, 4, Librarian 41 Couuucrttial Club 4. Coop Class 4. janet Irene Spain Ernestine Louise Smith Lfionii lloom1Sccrc.tary 23 lvlEASSliNliEIlNSl'llll- 3, 4: ixcr Lliorus kg, 4, Atlicna Literary Soticty 2, ng. Commi'rcial Club 2. g, 42 Iunior Nccillcwork 4, Chaplain 21 lunior Ncccllcworlt Cuiltl 2, 2, 4: Cuiltl 2. 3. 4. Mimics Dramatics Club 4. Sink Sloan B. Smith E. Smith V. Smith W. Smith M. Smith Spain l'.Uil5 IIQ Mary Ruth Sparks Commercial Club 2, 3, 41 Athena Literary Society 2, 3, 4, Secretary 33 junior Needlework Guild 3, 4. Sarah Gorman Speed llome Room Chaplain 41 Hi-Rorlqel Stall 2, 3, 4. Literary liditor 43 Mixed Chorus 2, 33 Commercial Club 43 Cornelia Spencer Literary Society 2, 3, 4, Chaplain 43 Iunior Needlework Guild 2, 3, 4, Director 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 4. Susan Bertha Spell llome Room Secretary 32 Mixed Chorus 2, 3, 4: Lila Markham lirogden Literary Society 2, 3, 4: l'hy-Chem Club 43 Iunior Needlework Guild 2, 3, 43 Mummers Dramatics Club 2. Bessie Farthing Stallings Sophomore Class Secretary 2, Student Council Secretary 41 Cornelia Spencer Literary Society 2, 3, .3 unior Needlework Guild 2, , , Director 2, , l ' 3 4 U 42 Mummers Dramatics Club 2, 3, 4, Vice-Presr dent 2. Secretary 4. 1941 Mary jane Stallings Miassmioiek Staff 3, 41 lames ll. Southgate Literary Society 2, 3, 4, Critic 41 junior Needlework Guild 2, 3, 43 Ellen H. Richards Club 31 Nature Study Club 2, 3, 4. Sarah Margaret Stallings Commercial Club 2, 3, 41 Athena Literary Society 3, 43 Iunior Needlework Guild 2, 3, 43 Monogram Club 23 Girls Athletic Association 3, 4. Rebecca Ann Stallings Mixed Chorus 3, 41 Athena Literary Society 2, 3. 43 Phy-Chem Club 43 lunior Needlework Guild 3. 4, French Club 3: State French Contest 4. Raney Baynes Stanford l'l1'-Rocket Staff 3, 4, Feature liditor 41 Mixed Chorus 2, 3, 41 Walter Hines Page Literary Society 3, 41 Stamp Club 2, 3. 4, President 3. Sparks Speed J. Stallings M. Stallings Spell B. Stallings R. Stallings Stanford PAGE l2U fl P li 'A' vga -.fl my I-A 'v 1 5 . Jw 'fWf'Qf22Jw f94fdM,..,0.f Strayhorn Strickland Sunas Swindell Ralph Nichols Strayhorn, jr. llome Room President 2, 33 Sophomore Class President 21 Iunior Class Vice-President 31 Student Council 2, 3, 4, President 4: Mixed Chorus 2, 3, 42 Page Society 2, 3, 4, Chaplain 2, Secretary 3, Vice- President 4, President 42 Current Events Club 2, 3, 4, Vice-President 3, President 42 Football 2, 3, 4, Co-Captain 43 Track 43 Monogram Club 2, 3, 4, Secretary 3, 41 State Contest Play 3, 4: Senior Play 4. Shirley Willson Strickland llome Room Secretary 43 lyliassierwoiait 3, 4, Literary liditor 43 Cornelia Spencer Society 2, 3, 41 Needle- work Guild 2, 3, 4, Director 41 French Club 3, 4, Treasurer 43 Mimics Dramatics Club 2, 33 Con- tests, Physics 3, French 4, Recitation 2, 43 junior Play 31 State Contest Play 31 Senior Play 4. Dorothy Elizabeth Sugg llome Room Secretary 2, 3, Chaplain 41 III'-Rocker 2, 3, 41 Mixed Chorus 21 Commercial Club 2, 3, 4: Cornelia Spencer Society 2, 3, 4, Secretary 3, 4: Needlework Guild 2, 3, 4, Director 2, 3, 4, Secre- tary 3, 43 lirench Club 3, 4, Chaplain 41 State Contests, Bookkeeping 3, Shorthand 3, French 4. Sung Suggs Sykes Taylor julia Wyatt Suggs Transferred from Bragtown 4. Helen Gertrude Sunas Hi-Rocket 21 Mixed Chorus 3, 43 Commercial Club 21 Tillett Society 2, Secretary 22 Brogden Society 3. 43 Needlework Guild 2, 3, 41 French Club 42 Mimics Dramatics Club 3, 4. Herbert Anderson Swindell Home Room Secretary 2, Treasurer 4, Vice-Presi- dent 43 Mixed Chorus 2, 3, 43 Walter Hines Page Literary Society 41 Current Events Club 2. 3, 4, Treasurer 4: Basketball 3, 42 Tennis 4. Peggy Evelyn Sykes Athena Literary Society 2, 3, 41 Iunior Needlework Guild 2, 3, 43 Nature Study Club 2, 3. Maxine Helen Taylor Cornelia Spencer Society 2, 3, 43 Commercial Club 2, 3, 4: Basketball 2, 32 Needlework Guild 43 Monogram Club 43 G. A. A. 2, 3, 4. PMIE l2I Aff L y, , J' J ww so 1941 Taylor Thomas C. Thompson C. Thompson William West Taylor Home Room President 3, 4: Student Council 3, 4: Mixed Chorus 2, 31 Commercial Club 3, 4: julian S. Carr Literary Society 3, 4, Vice-President 4. President 41 French Club 3, 4, Chaplain 3, Presi- dent 4: lli-Y Club 3, 4, Treasurer 4: State Con- tests, Latin 2, 3, French 3. Janice Ernestine Thomas Lila Markham lirogden Literary Society 2, 3, 41 Iunior Needlework Guild 2, 3, 41 Photography Club 4. Harlton Evans Thomason Carmichael Literary Society 21 Coop Class 2, 3, 4. Billie Webb Thompson llome Room Secretary 41 Mixed Chorus 4: Cor' nelia Spencer Literary Society 2, 3, 43 lunior Needlework Guild 2, 3, 41 Volley Ball 31 May Court Q1 Softball 31 Photography Cluh 4. Thomason B. Thompson J. Thompson I.. Thompson Celia Mae Thompson Home Room Vice-President 4, Secretary Q1 Ili- Rocket 2, 3, 4, Copy liditor 4: Iunior Class Secre tary 3: Commercial Club 4, Cabinet 41 lirogden Society 2, 3, 4, Secretary 3, President 41 Needle. work Guild 2, 3, 4: Nature Study Club 2: May Court 21 Girls Athletic Association 2, 3. Charles Hunter Thompson Home Room Vice-President 2: Band 3, 43 Com mercial Club 3, 41 Nature Study Club 3, 4. Vera Juanita Thompson Home Room Secretary 3, Treasurer 31 Commercial Club 2, 3, 41 'l'illett Society 2, 3, 4, Vice-President 3, President 4: Needlework Guild 2, 3, 4: Basket ball 2, 33 Tennis 2, Volley Hall 2, 3: State Contests, Shorthand 3, Commercial Law '31 G. A. A. 2, 3. Lucy Jane Thompson Cornelia Spencer Literary Society 2, 3, 4, Treas urer 2: Iunior Needlework Guild 2. 3, 4, Director 2, 3, 41 Mimics Dramatics Club 2, 3, 4. PAGE 122 S ' 1941 Marie Elizabeth Thompson Myrtha Clair Thompson iiUlllIlll'l'L'l1ll Club 21 Iunior Ncctllcwork Guild 2, lviliSSliNGIull Stull' 21 Ill'-Rm'Iqct Stall' 4, Typist 4: 3, 4: lialskctlmll 2, 51 Vollcy Hull 2, 3. Commercial Club 2, 3. 4, Cabinet 2, Q2 Annie li. Tillett l.itcr:iry,lS6cicty 2, 3, 4, Sccrctairy 31 lunior M E ll Th Ncctllcwork lfiuiltl 2, 3, 41 State liookkrcping ary ste e ompson j Contest 2. ll1YRorlgz-I Stall' 21 Commercial Club 4, Cabinet 4: Nfl t l.il:l lvlairkliaun lirogtlcn Litcrary Society 2, 4, Prcsi- iv ilt-ut 4: lunior Ncctllcwork Cuiltl 2, 41 Mimics 1 J ildred Elizabeth Tilley llI'lllll1lIlCS Club 41 Mummcrs Draunaitics Club 2. me m Chaplain 4: Mixul Chorus 4: Com- i crc"l' Club 2, 31 Cornelia Spencer l.itcrnry So- Melvin Joseph Thompson, Jil.. I JI? tgicty 41 lillcn ll. Riclmrtls Club 3. llomc Room Vice:-l'rcsitlcnt 3, Treasurer 41 Blzlck-lfbyjyVf'j ,V wi-ll I.itcr:1ry:oc:cty 2, .gli llllnsclmll 2, 3.3P1l'X ,' Sterling Banks Tilley . w ' ' I a 2. " . Ui mmim 00 H C 8 Clfoibwrciul Club 2, 3, 41 lixlsclmll 21 Trzick 2, 3. 41 'l'cnnis 4. r' I i .1 . Miriam Pearl Thompson it 'firm' V ' lxlliSSl-.NGIER Stall' 2: Commercial Cltl x .. V , . Annie- li. 'l'illctt l.itt'r:1ry Society 2,fi3, 4, ' czisillgidl Susan Vma Tlsdale 3, Vivo Pri-sitlcnt 41 Iunior Nccillcwcffk iil 42, 3, ci0Il1ll1CfL'l1ll Club 2, 3, 41 lunior Nm'c:illm'work 41 Stutc llookkccpingi ifgtc 2. .I Guild 3, 4. lkhjl ill o l M. Thompson M. Thompson M. Thompson M. Thompson M- Tlllimpson M. Tilley S. Tilley Tisdale irxmz llg S . Mary Helen Turner Commercial Club 2, 42 Iunior Needlework Guild 2, 3, 4. Richard Cameron Tyson Home Room Secretary 2, Treasurer 2: Commer- cial Club 41 Stamp Club 2, 3, Aviation Study Club 4: Track 43 Tennis 4. Alvis Kincheon Umstead, jr. Mixed Chorus 42 Commercial Club 43 Walter Ilincs Page Literary Society 2, 3, 4. Anita Jewel Umstead Commercial Club 43 Cornelia Spencer Literary Sol ciety 2, 3, 4: Iunior Needlework Guild 2, 3, 4. 1941 William Urban Umstead Home Room Treasurer 23 Carmichael Literary Sol ciety 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 3: Hi-Y Club 2, 3, 4: Foot- ball 2, 3, 4g Wrestling 2, 3: Monogram Club 3, 4. Edith Viola Underwood Commercial Club 2, 3, 4: Athena Literary Society 4Q lunior Needlework Guild 2, 3, 4. Jack Dean Underwood Home Room Vice-President 2, 3, President 4: Walter Hines Page Literary Society 2, 3, 4: Avia'- tion Study Club 3, 4, President 4. Beale Austin Upchurch VValter Hines Page Literary Society 2, 31 Current Events Club 2, 3, 4g Mixed Chorus 2. Turner Tyson U. llmntead E. Underwood A. Umstead A. Umstead J. Underwood Upchurch 1-Aon 124 N Q S ' 9 Q , f M 71fif?iZj.3?' 1 V1-nnhle E. Vickers E. Walker Walters Samuel Woodson Venable, Jr. llome Room Vice-President 42 Swimming 3, 4, Co-Captain 41 Monogram Club 4: State Physics Contest 4. Eugene Thomas Vickers, jr. Page Society 1, 3, 41 Mimics Dramatics Club 4. Hiram Eflis Vickers, Jr. Commercial Club 1, 3, 4, Cabinet 43 Photography Club 4. Anna jean Walker llome Room Chaplain 3, Secretary-Treasurer 43 Ili-Rm'k1'I 1, 31 Mixed Chorus 1, 3, 43 Commercial Club 41 llrogden Society 1, 3, 43 Needlework Cuild 1, 3, 4, Director 4: French Club 3, 43 Mimics Dramatics Club 1, 3. Ernie Aurell Walker llome Room Vice-President 1: Mixed Chorus 1, 3, 4: Commercial Club 1, 3: Page Society 1, 3, 43 Current livents 1, 43 Public Speaking 3, Treasurer 31 Music Contests, 1, 3, 4, First Place 1, 3, 4. l H. Vickers A. Walker Ward Warlick Nell Hale Walters Mixed Chorus 1, 3, 4: Commercial Club 1. 3, 4, Cabinet 41 Cornelia Spencer Society 31 O. llcnry Society 4: Needlework Guild 1, 3, 41 Basketball 1, 31 Volley Ball 1, 31 Monogram Club 3, 41 C. A. A. 1, 3, 4, Vice-President 4. Demming Morton Ward Home Room President 1, 3, 4g Miissiimziiiz Stall' 1, 3, 4, Business Manager 4: Hi-Racke! Stall 21 Stu- dent Council 1, 3, 4, Treasurer 41 Walter Hines Page Literary Society 1, 3, 4, Treasurer 43 Phy- Chem Club 3, 4, President 4g Photography Club 22 Swimming 1, 3, Manager 1g Monogram Club 3, 4. Robert Patterson Warlick Home Room Treasurer 13 Miessrzwomt 1, 3, 41 Or- chestra 1, 3, 4: liand 1, 3, 4, Librarian 1, 31 Com- mercial Club 3, 4, Cabinet 4: Carr Society 1, 3, 4, Secretary 4, Treasurer 41 French Club 4g Mimics Dramatics Club 22 State French Contest 4. moe 125 'LW L1 S . 1941 .' i 7 I 'IT Warren i, ll'-'D Wktfs ji' 'J Weaver Weisner West V , Wethington 1 ' Wetmore R. White 1 AJ tu, If . Robert Earl Warren ETHCSUHC WCSX ljUmlm.l.L.in4 Club 2. llonie Room Secretary 1. Cliaplain 4: l,ila Nlarlt liam Hrogden Literary Soeiety 1, 4, 4. lreastirer 41 Pliy-Clieiu Club 4' 4, Chaplain 41 Needlework Ephna Onace Watts Guild 2, ug, 41 Nature Study Club 1, Secretary 1. Coininereial Club 4, 41 Cornelia Spencer Literary Lewis Elbert Wethington Society 1. gg U. llenry l,iterary Society 41 Iunior llonie Room Chaplain 41 Urcliestra 5, 4, l,l'L'SltlL'lll Needlexvork Cluild 1, 3. 4: Nature Study Club 2. Z. 41 lgilllll 21 W2lllk'f l1ll1CS Page Literary Society 2, 3, 4, Chaplain 41 Photography Club 11 Nature Stt William Leonard Weaver lloine Room President 21 Student Council 1: Monogram Club Vg. 4: Senior Class llay 4, Marion Dare Wetmore fi0IllIlK'l'L'l2ll filllli 1. 11 XV2lllL'I' lllllCS Pklgt' l.lICl'1ll'y llolnq RQQI11 ViqQAl71'g-giglqiu 4: Ill'.R04kp1 3. 4' 41 SUClk'ly 2, Q1 c:lll'fClll l'iYL'lllS fzlllll 2.1 cztltlp L:l1lSS Nfixggl fzhofug 2' 4. 41 fiofngliil SPL-lyggf S04-iylyf 3. 5. 4- Vg 41 Pliy-Cliem Club 3, 4, Secretary kg, 4: Needle work Guild 2, 4, 4, Director 3. 4. 41 Muininers llramatics Club 2: Tennis 4, 4. Adrie Elizabeth Weisner Robert Irvan White CUllllllk'I'K'l1ll Clllll 2. 3. 41 llllllflf NL'CKllCW0fli Home Room Secretary-'Vreasurer 42 Miami-.Nolan Guild 2, 4. 41 State Contests. Bookkeeping 2. 41 Page Society 3. 4: Aviation Study Club 42 lliAY Sllilflllllllll 3. Club 3, 4, Chaplain 41 Track 4: Ill'-Rodger 4, I'.Vil-E l2fi ldy Club g, 4, President 43 VVrestling 3, 4: 3 Rebecca Jones Whitley Commercial Club 5, 41 Cornelia Speneer Literary Society 31 O. llenry Literary Society 4, lunior Needlework Guild 2, 5, 4: Nature Study Club 21 liaskelball 2, 31 Swimming 2, 5, 43 Monogram Club 2, 5, 43 Girls .-Xtliletie Association 2, 5, 4, Treasurer 4. Bessie Maizie Wilkins , Y s - w band 2, 5, 4. Secretary 41 Lommereral Club 2, .QQ lunior Needlework Guild 2, 5, 4. Claude Bernard Williams lN"liasslr.Nc:iau Stall' 2, 5, 41 llli-Rorket Stall' S1 Mixed Chorus 21 Commercial Club 31 Photography Club 2, 5, 4, President 5, Vice-President 4. Marion Evelyn Williams Iames ll. Southgate Literary Society 41 lunior Needlework Guild 4. 1941 Anne Kathleen Williamson llome Room Secretary 2, Chaplain 5, Ill'-Roclqcl Stall 41 Lila Markham Brogden Literary Society 2, 5, 4, Secretary 4, Pby-Chem Club 5, 4, Treasurer 41 lunior Needlework Guild 2, 5, 41 Nature Study Club 2. Elizabeth Rhodes Wilson Commercial Club 2, 5, 4Q Annie li. 'l'illett Literary Society 3Q lunior Needlework Guild 2, 5, 4, State Contests, Shorthand 5, Typing 5. jasper Cotten Wilson, jr. lland 2, 5, 4: Commercial Club 2, 5, 4: lulian S. Carr Literary Society 2, 5, 4, Secretary 4, Chaplain 41 Current Events Club 2, 31 Aviation Study Club 31 Public Speaking Club 4: State Bookkeeping Contest 2. 4 Mack Wilson Mixed Cborus 5, 4: lli-Y Club 5, 4. Whitley Wilkins C. Williams M. Williams Williamson E. Wilson J. Wilson M. Wilson ljulw if .urn on-IMA! -Mff A , l'.MSh l27 145144 .AAL ffgi-ww Ai'f- S ' 1941 Robert Buchanan Wilson Elizabeth Marie Woodlief Commercial Club 2. Commercial Club 41 Iames H. Southgate Literary Society 2, 3, 43 Art Club 31 Iunior Needlework Guild 2, 3, 4, Director 4, Ellen H. Richards Club 2, 3g Volley Ball 3. William Carlton Wilson, jr. Home Room Vice-President 21 Walter Hines Page Robert Clyde Yates Literary Society 4Q Hi-Y Club 4g Aviation Study Club 4, Vice-President 43 Boxing 2. Commercial Club 2' 3' 4' Virginia Boone Yates Wh- W 1 dl Commercial Club 2, 3, 4g Annie E. il tt Literary Ilford es ey Woo ey In Society 2, 3, 4, Iunior Needlework G ild 2, 3, 4: Hi-Rocket Staff 45 Tennis 2, 3, 4. Girlsxfnhlctic As i ion, 4. if if 'if?,1Q., Nils R. Wilson W. Wilson Woodley Wondlief R. Yates V. Yates PAGE 128 aaiyfzeil' 14 in Slafe 0 lidward Langley. Charles Markham, Ruth McDonald, Ronald XNIIEN Ru'1'1l MCIIJllN.kLlJ walked off with first prize in the State Latin Contest, the Latin De- partment reallirmed the fact that although it may deal with a "dead" language, it in itself is rather alive. The Fine Arts Department also won SILIIC contestsg in fact, three of them: Mack Cameron, pencil drawings: lidward Langley, bass voices: and lirnie Walker, tenor. Inst to keep in step with the others, the Physics Department took top honors with a paper suhmilted hy Ronald Rose. To show his versatility, Ronald also won the State declama- tion and impromptu speaking contests ol: the North Carolina High School Speech Tourna- ment: and then, Ronald won the State Mathe- matics Contest. Demonstrating that our public speakers. are Rose, Harris Proctor, Ernie Walker, Mack Cameron, Walter Cannon. active in all fields, the negative debating team- Charles Markham and Walter Cannon-def feated sixty-three schools in the finals of the High School Debating Union to win the Ay- cock Memorial Cup for Durham High School. Hut we can go even higher than state win- ners. Meet Harris Proctor, who won a 25750 scholarship, a gold watch, and a sight-seeing trip to Washington hy placing second in the national oratorical contest sponsored hy the American Legion. After winning in local, dis! trict, sectional, state, and regional competition and triumphing in the national semifinals, he estahlished himself as the hest high-school ora- tor east of the Rockies in the finals held at Charleston. Harris also proved his skill in iour- nalism hy winning the State contest in editorial writing. mon 129 Mnrrix, I"l'illlt'1'N Mnrris. .lmm-5 Morris, l'1'ggir Klnl1fu1'nl.S:nlIy Xlurrzny. lim-ullly Nm-w, llmmld l':nm-Ili, Mznrglxvvm- Nutl. liill Nm-I. ,lum- H'lirim-n, Tum ll'N1':ll, :Xngirr Urlmil , Hinrnlnl U'Slu-zu. Tummy l7'SI1-cn. Norma Pzxrrisll. ,lnhn l'vzurcr. ,Innin- I'm-mlcrgraqull. lla-Hy l'cl1l1y,,l:xrk I'l'rCy, Alim- l'm-rry. llclm-n l'ickl'l!. lfxlith PiHIllJl1l,f:lIl'lIl'j Pm-, Nuleli . r Pullnnl, llxlvicl H 1 .14 Puwvll, llurutlly Pow:-ll. Svlnm l'm'k1'tt, 1'l1:u'lmh- R:nHvl:ull'. julia-Hr Ray. l"r:mcc-Q A. Rug. l"r:uu'vs li. Rr-ml. ll:ll'vx-y Rirlc-ulmur. 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N.Xm'I.. I..'I'urm'l', I.SIm'nlx-, RI.XX'cII1IxIglol1. Missllzlllsull, l'l1nI'il1 l'ff:c.' XX'.'I'Il1Iul:1s, XX'.Sluxxx1rl, ,I.II.IIlgl'illlI. ,I -1 . -' Im- , Snmlx. .Nzrlll ru:.'.' XX.51llmnvrIxl1. NI. 5p:n'In. I'.. Im-mplr, l.XX n-Imluu, II, XXIl1I:IIwl'. II. IIlur I XXmIxu I Imhxxx I Il I XX'mrlIL'11. N - w 5oPHoMoRhs .IAN AND 4A12 lllv! ru'Iu.' -I. Ih'l'l1uu!l, NI. I'l'iNp, If. IIwgv1N. II. l'r:Ix'n'11, RI. I5l':lm', R. IIIIII. AI, I'AL'I'l'k'II. NI. I'm'lm'1', If I'I1:xppn-II. XI .XluIrvwS. li IIIuIIv1lln XI IIIIII N 1 I 1 I IIHI In XI Ilxxl X I IHIIIII X l In ID Xrlml XI XI Ilul XI IM In 'XI 'XI I xxx Imln XI lun lx ul ll: I Im II I mx 'I ...I N. .r .'.f u nf: .'.' :'N, .1 ...:-X, ,.g -:,...r.: ' , . . E' -. 'J , 'L ini rw:.'.' II. I"rl'gI1wn, II. Ilzny w, II. Iizxrmw, 'I'. Iimlxm-x'l'3. ,X. Almnw, Il. I'In-Mmx, XY. Ilzaw . I- nu uillv. l'. II.u1'uN, I. RJ!-n1u.n--. lwfrnllw rnrvf ID. ll-,III-mzm, Ii. IIIIIFIII. NI. I.:1m'. 11.814-xxzxrt. 5. II.III, IC. XX'iINml. ,I. Nlzmgunl Ix Imllg. XX'. I'fx.m-, If Illvmm. l-Htl: lvrvj If XX'vlIn-ringlun, Kl,Snip1--. 'If .Ium-xl I". Il:ll'1':n'II, If Iingvlx. mam :gg XXHIIIII I XXIIIIIII II XX 'Inn I XXnxn1I II lux IS Ilpp I XX .1 , I ., -., . . I , I. . . , - '. . : , '. vIr-lvr, I-.5l:1rII. I'1fIll r'mu.'AI.XX1Is-111. I'.. Xmulg. Ia. XXIIIIIL num Glafu 'l'oxi tfnwioito, Presizlentz Main llowix, Secretary: Roinivr QT.-xsix, XTTCL'-l,l'L'NlllL'l1lI Sitmu-x' liiunvw, Treasurer. Tina lliversilietl Occupations Class of IQ4I is the largest since the class was organized in togll. It has a total enrollment of thirty-two memhers. Twenty clillerent occupations are rep' resentetl. Memhers have receivecl a total ol' niore than io,H7o hours training in practical work. The average memher, in aclclition to learning the liuntlamentals ol' his chosen occu- pation on a real ioh, has earnecl liz-51.84 cluring the school year. Total earnings of the class for the year are 3S5.5o4.it'm. The class has been par- ticularly interestecl in informing the puhlic ol' vocational neecls ol' Durham. The memhers are especially inclehtecl to the civic cluhs. the Cham- her of Commerce, the Vocational Advisory Com- mittee, :incl the tlaily newspapers, all of which have given their assistance in this matter. Some highlights in the calentlar of the year's activities: The puhlication of Voculiumzl News, a hulletin of interesting facts of vocational interest. The state meeting of D. O. classes, held at Vlfilmington. Participation in clcliense projects. The annual class hanquet. Two out-tloor parties. vxoE i4o Shirley llruwn Victur llrznswvll Mary llnncy Ruwlnnwl llutlcr Rube-rt Vnscy Tum f'l'illlfUl'll Iislgnr Cmnptmm Ralph lJ:wunpm't lf. lf fllllllvl' Mfwrisml llzlitllcork Alton Hastings Frank llnllowaly Uvvz-n ,lnhnsun frawuu l.ayt1m liven-It Mnrshlrurn Rulxert Mitchcll Alhcrt U'Mullcy Alfrwl l'urtc'r VVz'slcy l'uwcrs lillgcm' Riley XY. ll. Sink Tlwlnzls SllIllIIlL'Y'llll f'llill'It'S Tllulupsnll VVilsun VN'right 1'.xuE 141 Gao Ziue Ulcufl Sixfy-din: lffemdeu--qcffeen Senialvi 1,141x,11:11 1411+111 1, Sl'L41'l'1l1141'f MKl.4'K11.NI Ru, '1'1'c,1x111'1'1': 1XX1I 5 11x1111'N. 1'1':'si111-111: .Xxmu xx Oimxi. x'1L11K l,11.1111.1 5 fvlvlxlxvsx, X lIk"1l1'L'h1 10111. C,X1.1'iN1J,XR U15 1",V1'iN'1'S Coram 1'1:1y, "NV11:1L Ll 1.i1'c" Ilcccinlfcr 11. f:11l'1SlI11ilS 1':1r1y llcccinlacr 17. 61116111 Rcu1111111-'1'wcn1ict11 liirllimlny C1-1c111'111ic111 Mairch 11. 1111111 Trip to XVz1s11i11g1o11, 17. C. vin Nor1'o1k .'Xl1ri1 18-111. Cfoiip Seniors liiitcrtaiiiicd liy Aalrisci' May 15. Coiip Seniors 1'iI11CI'lLl1llCL1 by 11116311 .'X11111111i in lunc. N111x111N1111111 lx 11111N1 111 R1-x XYJ111111 1111-lx XY111111N f inxuu 1.12 XYg1v1-1A15 51111111 111111111 1111111 ll 11111111-11'1'x11 1111 111115 111:11 01 II-1x1:1111Y4111n1 l'r:ivc-ii Avi-ul llaiviil Ilislmp Millull Huhlriil Tim! liuliliili li. C. llrirlgus Calvin Ilruwn VYilli:im Ilunipaiss XYilli:im lhwcllxun ,limmir llutlvr lk-uvvr llitcw Zvlr l'nli-main nl'llXhlll lluvx-xipmt julm Davis Alohn Dm-unix llriuklc-5' Ilnnnvgzui Ruin- liuhzuiks Ulyilv l"c'rrcll Miltnn lfullvr M.:u'vin lfrzulris licnrgc Kimi-s Vlgnlcliilln-1'l Hugh liillctlc llnviil llairilin ,lauucm llnrclin lfnl Hsltchvl' Lv Roy llmu-yclltl j':wk Insom- lil1ll't'lll'l' ,lilrkmii Archiv johnsim Marvin lim-lly ,luhn King l.m-wis Iiuws Willairil l.:iwN ,Illhll lxslil' Vlizirlrs Lrwlvr liilslii- lmckailliy Ilill Mzitllivwx Riilu-rl Mznthi-ws i'h:irlm-s Mrliinmm l"r4-ml Miirgzin Ruhort Nvwhni Ili'rm:iu Nurmam Amlrcw lhlmn Kc-lillvili l'ivk:u'1l livi-rvllv l'npv Ntlrlllilll Rnslim-rx'y Malcolm Ray l.1-mmril Rigsln-0 l'aiul Rigflmci- XV:ilh-r Roberts Martin Saimlcrsml J. l'. SiHIlllli'l'S Marvin Szulmh-l's lhiruiru Smith mica 145 70 Wow: '7wenl'iel'fn B Co-op boys, we dedicate' thi.: page. May you always c'xpc'r1'czzcc ax much huppizzesr in looking forward ar you derfzfcvl from tlzvsc few joyful lzourr of looking back- ward. Many more remzionsl Six l1z1nr1'rcfl men A'L'LllfC'l't'll Duwucn SlII'lfIlRIl "M1ss MA1'1m" I111111-is IIAKDIN , . . . . ' . ' . I ' I I I .fl '.-.II 0-nf l'1r.r11l1'11l IU!! Co-up l'r1'.v11l1'11I I9-ll Ute N161 A s Lu 8 X loyal crmpx all. Molto: Cnrpc clicm Colmgc: Gold :mal lilslck F1z111A1', M.ARIIll 21, 1941 ICAR1, I'11111.1:, l'r1'.vl'1Ir'11t In-1vfwr'11l1':'f' Clnxx .'ll11111111' .-I.v.w1'1'11I1'o11. l'1'csi1Ii111g Uffivrr. .X l"I'lCR Ill NN ICR IJINNICR xllhiflll Sr'l1'ctiv:11 "Ill H1- HI1 l,1v1'1l" :1111l "W21!0r lim." 1'c-vulr-rv-1 hy ilu- Mvlmly Nwvu-lly l"c:1t111'l's. ....... llczullvy lQy111vrh, '15 Kitrhcll Q11:11'IcttL' V. S. 'l'c111plchv11, C, S. HIIIIIAIIRIII DINNER IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII III SIIIIIIIIII ll:1u1n'1'. jr., H1':111tI4'y YX:1tsu11I:1111Il U. J. Russ llucwlx I illwuml lJ1'1x'v1' 'W Mllssnmv In 1 U UPN '4"' V' Hr' Imlwm D' Pun-5 ".X11n-111'.1 ...... I.:-ll I15 Mr. XY, P, 'l'v1'111I1lcll " """""""" ' ' ' 1:1 l4111v1'1wil5 411' H1-u1'giz1 . I . II I , I . R01-1111 uf Xu111i11:11i11g l11tr1ul11c1im1 uf S11l'Jlkl'I'.,SlllH. XY. I". VV:111'c11 I11xm.1l11111..R11. I,.11I l.1hx.111la uf 111111n11l. JJ CIIIIIIIIIIIIIII I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I IIIIIIIII CIIZIIHI ,Im III- Um,hIIm 1-My SIIIIIIIIIN lu.-lu I'r:151'1' .... ....,. . Xll fn-Ul'5 :1111l GIIUMS ,HIIII I I, lI..III I. MWHII1-'f' UI' l"'4'l'f .......... llr. Ilu1'11m-II II:1rl ' llfmgll :Um Hui II""gf: f I I, VII III l'1'n1c'uu1'n1 51w1r1l1:1.:y. Ilukr- l'111v1'l'si1y '- ,. , - . .. ,. , . 1'1:s11L'11 vzmrr . ru nr: 11 111-11 c , A 4 5114-111 I'1.1u1 II411 lJ1I1m.1m1l Htlnlrus I lnn,M,mmg In Umm. 1urln,NIIIIlIm.y MI.DIUk,I -:II Iullnxxrfl lry 1411111 llc-1Igc'...C. H. jxlckamull. 34 IIIIIOIIIIIIIIIIIIII III. VIIIIIII mul MIITIHN IVIVHKI -IH .Mlsln-xx -If VY1-I-'111111' ..., l'1:11l1- l'unlr', l'1'1'si1l1'l11 l,"l'Ni'lNnS """""""" -hwk H""l"'r- '39 l'l'5"'PU' 1" llT"'l'm Vlilw- -V-XHWVY YiN'11'- 'AW ' ' - ' 7 .x . , . r ' nl 4114111 ,XI11111.11 ,l.lIIIIIks IU CIIIIIIIIIMIIIIS and of-mvcrs lu pr-11sr .,....,...,,. I ,.,..... .l111111.1 Il111JI111, EIIH PIIIIIIII .IU In-xulr-111 of 111155 ol 41 l'ict11n-5 uf l'l:1-S ....,. 511111. NY. I". XY:11'1'v11 Story- of llmml lv! C'u1'1l 111 VV'11'1'c11 '34 .. . ' . . . - . 1 . X '-'- 1 ' 4 - - LX1111111111111111111 or 11-wp11m1 .ultq-1 1l111111'1l Flaw Sung . . C ..,... XII 1 - .Xulfl l.:111g Sync 1 tulips 'ml hmsh Sl'l'ICRIN'I'I'1NIH'1N'l'S RICVNION IN VITY ARMURY I'P'l KWH JS" A111 1-11r:f1:x'r IDR. l'1's1-'1' MN, XVARR1 Www Guiding the students in their work and activities, teachers are just as interested in having their pupils suc- ceed as are the ufeavers in produc- ing exceptional pieces of material. Behind the teachers is the adminis- trative stag, ufhose efficient super- vision is designed to provide the best machinery for the ufeavin g. 11.-ml-1 145 '7!w B M ELIDIAH N. JONES Business Manager of Durham City Scloooh AJS., Elon Collcgcg M.Ed., Duke University. Mui 146 '7!w Su .X.l W. FRANK WARREN Sfrfzerizzfefzrfwzl fy4DlH'f7z1lll City Sflvnols' , . , . , . m., lxlon Lullcgug MA., Umvcrsxly oi North fzklllllillil cglllilllillt' XVork, Dulic Ullivcrsily. Clllllllibiil Ul1iVCI'Sily l'.X1iE I47 WILLIAM H. WANNAMAKER Clmirman City Board of EdMCLIli0l1 Dean of Duke University i iiqgaaacf The Board of Education of thc City of Durham is the policy-forming body for thc Durham City Schools. M. ARNOLD Bmoos BASIL M. WATKINS St'l'l't'llll"Y City Board of Education Attoriicy-at-Law Prcsidcnt Ausli n-Heaton Company PAGE 148 of Zcfucajian Thu nicinlucrs of thc Board give much ul' thcir link' amd iiitcrcst to the wel- fzirc ul' thc chiliircii of Illlfillllll. Lois Fou'i'u STAN mlm C. 'l'. Corwczii, K. C. S'roNr3 l,I'l'SikiL'l1I li. C. Iicincnly Company Srcrotary-Trcusurcr Louise Knitting Mills MGR 1413 iz., Scfzaoh .mfg MRS. I. A. ROBINSON Supervixor of lflemc'nta1'y Schools ALBERT KELLAR Dirertor of .flltendzzncc and .lldult Eduralion I. D. ANDREWS Book and Supply Manager MRS. RICHARD IVES Personnel Clcrlq MRS. W. P. PE1'1'Y lirmlqlqwping Clark PACE I 50 743 llwwapd fi il QUI NTON HOLTON .X.l,,,lhnlwll11ulsllx,Cn.ulll.llQ XXllIlx.L'I1IXkISllX mi N4 :thi ll lm: LIIIIYLTSIIF' ui Ll1lcg1g4 l'U.If :wr Q 9 A 2 Q1 Coma.-xl: SIDNEY Houma, IR. Dean of Boyy 1 , Z 1 1 MARc:A1u1'l' Sli-Xlidilili Rlcznfxluwsfw 1101111 of Girl.: PANTHFA Woom' ew .0 X' C S. Hoovhk, lu. Miss LELIA l'IAlN1P'I'0N .X.l3.. llulau l'niu-rsilv .X.ll.. XVUIHAIIMS Collcgc ol' llmc University ol North flllfilllllill fXl..X., Uuivn-rsily ol' Norllm Czlrolinalg clflllllllllk' VVork, links Ulmivrrsily W. H. Colsua IAMIES R. WHl.lJl3N .X.l!., l,1lXlklNUIl Lfollrgrl Xl..X., Ucorgv l,L'Lll1INlV cl H v ' ' l3.S.. lfurmzm Univcrsilvg M..-X.. clUlllIl1l5lll .U LW L' . '. " LlIllYCl'SlIy Miss WYo1.lNr: HANsoN Mus. Lois Fosrr-in Flslu-ik , . .X.ll., clL'Uf5j'l1l SILIIL' College lor XVorm'n1 MA.. 'X'l"- Dlllxl L"'V'5'll C-corgc Pcallworly C.ollr-gc lor lcnclu-rsg Cnrauluallv VVorla. llulac nml Vumlcrlmill Univcrsilics Mm l5m.l,ra l'lAMl"I'0N Miss M,xRc:UuR1'1'la M. HHRR .X.lZ,, XVon1.nn'x Vollvgr ol mln- lluiwrsily ol IIS., 'l1':lrlu'l's' Kfollcgrg lNl..X., flillllllllilil Univcr Norllm Klllllllllhl Sily. NNN' Ywrli l'X4Jli :gg Ma . 41 X1 -L , 1. K ' Q N. , J .Jil I ll. I.. lmlzliluwwri Mus. II. NV. RltiIl.'XIill5HN XI' llwll l'm1nm-rcml Sfluml ul' flslmgllvlhcla. XII., XVUIIILIIIIN Ciulll-gc ul ilu- l umm in-l'l114l11x' , . as. RlJN,'Xl.II4. 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X1, 1111111x11111. 11. 1,111111111, M. l111111x1111, R. N1-x1'11111. 11. 11, I11111s1111. 1. 1111111-1, R, 111111.1111v. P1111-Q 1711 CAST ffl: uSfNlll.lNi ilillliflllfillii Xr'tllr'1l.' Na-lala lfelgtisoii, Miltlrezl Seliullaen, Kathla'a'n lluncan. Sftllllflllgf lack llunham, lohn lloe, Kia-urge Kerr, l'liilom:'na tfolt-lla, Ralph Stixiyliorn, l'a-ggi' Selirotler, lilhert Wethington, It-an Chanaller, llill Merritt, llillartl Mitelirll. lltsiii..-trim: quaint lrish sentiment, Allan Langalon Martin's outstanaling stage attraction, "Smilin' 'lihroughf' was presenteal to two very enthusiastic aualienees on May ai. 'l'he play haal a wistful sweetness selalom eaiualeal on the stage. Moving along swiftly, it earrieal a rare vein of human interest from epi- soda- to episoale until the happy enaling. Kathleen Dungannan Ql'eggy Sehroalerj, in love with Kenneth Wayne flialph Strayhornj. was forhialalen to marry him hy her stuhhorn uncle, john Carteret qliill Merrittj, who haal talaen an oath that no one of his line shoulal ever weal a Wayne. Presseal for an explanation, he tolal the story of what haal happeneal fifty years hefore. The aualienee was taken hack to the perioal in which Larteret anal Ieremiah Wayne Qlilhert NNE-thingtonj were both in love with Moonyeen Clare QNelala Fergusonj. She chose Carteret: anal Wayne, wilally jealous anal quite alrunla, foreeal his way into the house on the wealaling night anal, shooting at Carteret, aeeialentally killed Moonyeen. In hitterness Car- teret firmly opposeal Kathleen's marriage until the voices of Moonyeen Clare anal Kenneth's mother Uean Chanallerj sent from the other worlal a spiritual message softening his unrelent- ing heart. Then his spirit ioineal that of his hriale, anal with his aleath the lovers were left free to marry. Iohn Poe as Willie Ainleyg George Kerr as Dr. Owen Harding, Philomena Colella as Mary Clare: anal Milalreal Sehulken as lillen, anal Iaela Dunham, Kathleen Duncan, anal Dillaral Mitchell eompleteal the well-chosen east, so suc- cessfully alireeteal hy Mr. I. R. VVa-ltlon. l'Mili I7l . , . ,Nfl al 1u4,dr. ' . f May Wegiiiaal A fx. AL: llot tira-en, Betsy Buchanan, Peggy Schroaler, Fula Craven, Emil Celaaala. Rose McDermott, lialith Caiailie, lohn Simpson, Renny llolinsheaal. Carl Lloyal Cooper, Shirley Ilarton, Herschel Calalwa-ll, Philip liaalie. Rosa Mae Dean, Benny Roberts. lean Boring, lean Curaral, Gail Parthing, Barbara Stone, Anne Parrish, Beverly Mann, Sybil Cashwa-ll, liar! Mills, l'atria'ia Kelly, Margaret lluckabee, l"a-rn Rice, Tonya Gamble. rllllli 'riiiasiu of the annual May Festival, "Patri- otism," was a very timely anal appropriate one. The alances were chosen as typical of the Ameri- can people, anal rangeal from the Inalian alances anal the colonial minuets to moalern "jitterbug" numbers. In keeping with the theme, all eos- tumes anal streamers were in patriotic colors. Following the procession anal the crowning of the Queen, the pupils from the nine city schools presenteal their respective alances. At the con- clusion of the program a huge Uniteal States flag was lormeal by pupils from all the schools anal remaineal formeal until the May poles haal been wounal. After the completion of the Winal- ing oli the May poles the audience rose anal ioineal in the singing of the Durham City Schools' theme song, "Coal Bless America." P XG Rosa Mae Dean, the beautiful May Queen chosen by the stualent boaly, reigneal in alueenly alignity anal was attenaleal by her maial ol' honor, lean Boring. anal a court of attenalants chosen from among the four classes. The itl- tenalants were: Ealith Cooke, Dorothy Mills. Anne Parrish, Peggy Schroaler, Eula Craven. Shirley Harton, Patricia Kelly, Barbara Stone, Betsy Buchanan, Sybil Cashwell, Margaret Huclaabee, anal Rose McDermott. The flower boys anal girls were: Gail Farth- ing, Tonya Gamble. lean Ceraral, Beverly Mann. Philip Eaalie, Penny Hollinsheaal, Angus Mc- Bryale, anal lohn Noell Simpson. The heralals: Dorothy Green anal Fern Rice: the crown bearer: Benny Roberts: the train bearers: Her- schel Calalwell anal Emil Celaaala: anal the ies'- ters: Mary Ann lones anal Anne Staplelioral. 12172 woumnsul 19 T 11 'V' vi' af'-4 4,fi"fw?' 0 sf!! -e 4'-316 , :xiii asia? nf' sjvxa ww' 06' 0 49 fpfv W 5 QyY-9v,3.G"3v. 'I ,Kg X5 at . vogwradt ' 99? ,YY 'tx wtf: x r-V':,a"". A C"2:iv"" 'W4' ,s 5:1 'I ae t -193' 6i X 4' .f ,Vi Q ,aw .. du 3919 ,gow NS ' DLRHANI I lJl!l.ltZ IO , lll'Sl'2S ' Omer Corner Mani! ' . D rv It If the consumers ufho pay for the materzal The advertisers, through thezr patronage, make it possible for us to pllbllfhl the MESSENGER. Here we haue Included, to make it more mterectzng or you, the reader, those miscellaneous pictures which cannot be clasufzed under any of the pre- ceding heads' hut ufhich, although not llfllldyf outstanding or im portant nz themselves, still express actual student l1fe better than any ufords. PAGE V75 o' 96' 10' xr-9 -o' W9 ma. 'qt -xsgdislsrg qx,X'XN ' , - - - 5 Appiiances wg nsuv nw F0013 x,w".'::f::a Sl 0 'Wray Game Back CLASS OF 'gl HOLDS REUNION .Xlvrnc ix slwwn tlmv clam -ml' mg: wlnclx lu-Ill il rm-union Mm' qw ddfanguayeanfedleg' 1 P ,.,.,. ' - . ' ' -:-:-:-:v:-: -.::.' .5.g. g. 4.3.2.3 :.g. :-: :-:-zgyg.3'3.g.g.g,-3:11351 ggfgg: .ggi ,:5:5:gq:g. ,155 ,.,, . Q2.iiEii .5if3Q 25 532 22 - -. 'Q , "" ' ' , 2 in . .,., . 3. 5532 ...AE -:5,.E., Ef,.. x ' 2 .., , ' ,.,1?'12Es1,,"121::, """' 'EgE3:1.:.,E:EfSEQ.-'':'s:f21I',::5 ,.,, EQEfE'E,E2fEf5 5551 -'-- 5 -1 ES, ' ZS " 3E5g:5:vE5EF' 55? .nfs 415 ""' 1' 'E22:21'2 A, '2jgEf' 'f5,jEf'f 1. .,.:ggEEE5E5." 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GAVE FUR INFORM.-X'l'lON OR CA'l'Al.0Gllli COM MUNICATI-I Wl'l'lI THE SECRETARY num: UN1vr3Rs1'rY DURHAM, NoR'1'H cARol,1NA mea 175 vwwzf, if of em, fed.-M l 4Y '3'f' ll ' ff m '13 'Q ff '25 Q01 .,.. Q 2 '::,- I 16 nr! ATIVE I V A '50 I CO-OP PRESIDENTS HOLD VARIED POSITIONS TOD.-XY Tlu- fullmxlllg 1- .1 lisl ul. ilu' i'4mpcr:l1ivx- puwimlc-11h frmn l'lfl ll- l'H1 :lml ilu- pf-axlimxx ilu-5 lmlml mm: 'Jl'Y,'. lla-wzxrrl Slmfurml. sul'--n1:m fur lim-:xriug mul l':nrls I'ml1p.1l15. l'll.u'll-tlv, N. l'. '.f.i. th--argl' llnrrxs. lnmwimlr-nl -lf ll4vlL'l 12:15 zmml Shurngn' Stu' lnm. llurlmm, N, lf '15, ll:-mllm-5 Kxu-rrlx. riwxllauliull :mul l'n'1m1'lillg 4lr1v:u'tlm'llI ul lln' ll4'I'f1ld-,Null papa-rx, lhmlmm, N. K". '.'4., 'lznlm-N llllu-mu, xu':n1lln'rxlr1p :mul arvwn-ll cmllrxlriur, lim' lmm, '37, llm-nry Swn. N111-lnywl Ivy lfulhm Mutur ill., Iifmmlw, Yurgxni.n. 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':1rm:lill:1. liwrll l'.1'l'l'4'll is vllxl-ln-yn-vl lry .Ulu-It Xlgm-, pu-Null-111 vlm-ct Mmm! Slmp. nl Stu-l. 1-1111111111-vu ruqmll: I vqllnluu. XY1ll1.ul1 lilllvlmlll. wlxi-rv' In l 1':nluI1'w- N lvllzullmm. -l.ll1lm-N llqlr-lm, vllxpl-lpn-fl lg my-N 1.-nlynuxy, Iwlul llLlll.Igl'I I lmlnlxlmxn. lrmzuw wlwul llllxvlsllx nl ilu- ln-vm-r llu':m'v. N.xlvNn1,nl .unl m'nllt'x'lnrl' Im ul .tl Ihxkl- l'lnxn-rxiu gym llvlllmlll lllglbg umlw p.u'l l ru vu Xlllls. Twenty-jifth Annual Statement, December 31, 1940 Home Securit Life Insurance Compan Home OFFICE, DURHAM, NORTH CAROLINA Resources Cash in Bank and Oliice .,... .,.,..............,............ S 146,879.77 At all times the Company carries cash balances ample to pay all claims promptly. Certificates of Deposit ...,....,. . . ...,..........,..,..,.. 30,000.00 Additional cash funds available at brief intervals as certificates mature. Mortgage Loans .....,,... , . .... ..........,.,. . . . . . . 2,136,713.87 First mortgages only upon carefully selected properties. Bonds ..,.,..,,. ,,...................... . 803,536.35 U. S. Government, State. County and Municipal. Real Estate . . . ..,..,. ,.......,...,... . . .... ......... 1 5,000.00 Secured through foreclosure and marked down to less than 7521 of cost. Stocks ,,.,. ......,.... ............,.................. . 1 29,900.00 All have excellent earning and dividend records. Policy Loans and Liens ,.... .. . .. .... 57,154.98 N0 loan or lien exceeds the cash value of the Policy. Collateral Loans .. .. .. .. .,...... ,...... 5 0,000.00 Amply secured by N. C. State honds. Uncollected and Deferred Premiums .,..,.. ,. , .,,......... 43,769.38 Net premiums due and uncollected and instalments of current year's premiums not yet due. A reserve of corresponding amount is included in our reserve on policies. Accrued Interest and Rents ,. .,..... . 21,364.85 Accrued but not yet due on investments. 153,434,319-20 Liabilities Reserve on Policies ..... , .........,.. i ................,...... s2,8Q7,623.00 This is the amount which with interest and future premiums will pay all policy claims as they mature. Premiums Paid in Advance ....,.........,.,..,..,............ 45,648.33 Many policyholders take the precaution to pay their premiums in advance to avoid the possibility of overlooking them at the due date. Reserve for Unreported Claims, Taxes, Unpaid Bills, Etc. ......... 38,807.18 For claims unreported, taxes accrued and bills not presented or not yet due. Surplus Funds and Capital: Voluntary Contingency Reserves . . . .... S 50,000.00 General Surplus ......,... ....... . .. 202,240.69 Capital ............................., ., 200,000.00 452,240.69 Additional amounts for protection of policysholders. 53,434,319-20 "Make Tour Home Secure With Home Security Policies" PAGE 177 :za zfa6.S.f3.14.6a - mmmzfmxz llr,-'I mrrz' Ruth Miller. XV:llluu Palrkx-r, lillahly R1-zul. l,1llig1n lirysmm. Slffllllf mfr: llllli' Blllltlfk. Iulm Illlnnc. Phyhs I..lll' slvr, H.ll'lMll.l I'.urrixh, f:h.II'IlliliIl Suri-s. 'l'f11'1'rf 1'u11'.' Misx Ilalmrm, U, S. llnupcr, Ir.. Iam- Xxxlllxlllk. Nl'XYll!I1 .Xngu-r, XY.lllr1 Clmnun, l'.l'l'L'Il1.lIl lflnllwi-gill, Shirlcy HIWDXVII. CllLll'li'S M.Il'kll1llll. liultrix Grow, Min liR'I'I. l"l'u1 I, llumlnn. 'l'lll'I STORIC 'l'llA'l' STRIYICS Y 0, To l'lf-asp! Murdock Ice and Coal SN- Us l"nrN1Qnu:r Musivul INCORPUR x I En 'FN' Il, 1. mo W.-fu 1 N . 1 ' Rgggmh Q 4, ....,,i... ILE MD LOAL 3 W Sh1'l'lxllI!iil' Sur.-4.1 N W 1 lu:,x-vi.-n..r mm- S ff,,l,.ph,,,,,. R-l,1,l lbinulinns OI. 3 llnllon nllllll lnslrunu-nls fa t lguyfronlf the lipfl Tvruvks llalrflnmn-I'1-vk Pialllns N N X uma 178 FANCY ICHS SH1iRBli'l'S "Irv Crram Spcc'i1z!i5!.f', urham Ice Cream ompan , Inc. DURHAM, NORTH CAROLINA Fax! Frozen "BLUE RIBBON ICE CREAMU 1 'l'EI,151'HoNE I,-963 ll "Today Il'.v Tlzryfly fo Buy ,Qluzfilyn BLOCK PUNCH PAGE 179 Pmwi- '7eac!wL Nuaczaimn Uffwm Ci. XV, Nlunlbrtl, Prcsitlcntg Mrs. R. N. Strayhorn, Secretary: Mrs. Milton .XiI'hL'2lI'l. xvilk'-PI'L'SiilCl1l1 Mrs R. NI. Sclmlkcn. Treasurer. MLN YI' 'I HI- 5550 Plmlu' .I-805l f:lHIl'llllll'l'lISlIliQf1ll'liUll ul Fvrrvlfs Beauty Salon lgU1,1, Cjl'l'Y 011, 110, l'RI",lfl'1RRIflJ Sl'.RYlQ'l'. MZKERIVS 2Nn FLOOR South Ciulcy Struct, IJlH'l1llIT1,N. C. 1-xma ISU l l h W ' h t R 1't' l 7' I ,- l ll X f N i f l l Now, as you step from High School Gratluation into a new cra in your life, it is well to think anal plan for the future. To change wishes to realities will require tletermination, energy and constant improvement ol' your ahilities. Yes. antl sooner or later in your life there will come the time when a sountl l hanking connection will he extremely valuahle. Prepare for that time hy hecom- ing hetter acquainted with 'l4ll!i Ftnlat.tTY BKNK now. Always you will lintl this hank reacly to serve any worthwhile inclividual or y community etlort. Well he happy to numher you among our lirientls from the verv heginning. Q16 VFIDELITY ' Bcmfle CENTRAL OFFICE: MAtN 6: CORCORAN STREET Two tiorweltiettt Neiglthorltootl Branches: Ninth guul Perry Streets Driver :intl .Xngier .Mx-ntu-s Member Federal Defosit Insurance Corporation P.fu:E 181 Si'l'l.l"I'f JR HUILDS HUUSIQS IJJXNCICR IH vl Hlrlxxluglf-I1 nmku plmlvl flgllliw . I, H, ll R1 vu X1l11l1c '1 In Lxx, 4 - K.1ll1ul'im' l'.1w IIl.Ikl'N lmmu 1'l'HIII ILIIVLI .mul If-ullrpuks. S'l',XNH' liUI.l.l'Kf'l'UR N,-X'I'IUN.Xl.l.Y KNUXVN IiQL.'IiS'l'RlIQNNH lIu?lI11 lux I1 Iuliulclxx ur .Xlmxr lx xllmm 11 Sllmm l'llll4'l' Lllxlng ,I llurmlln tlll lllkX. lui LIXUIIIQ' IIIHIIIN I-mu Isl The Individual's Financial Partner An individual, just like a business firm, needs and deserves pro- gressive banking service. Upon this simple purpose was founded the Morris Plan Bank of Durham. Thus, from the beginning its services have been geared to meet the financial requirements of the individual. Here you are assured of a friendly welcome, courteous treatment and efficient service. MORRIS PLAN BANK "The Bunk for the I Ildlilffdlldlv Durham, North Carolina NIIMIKI-R IIDIRKI DFIIJQIT INQISRKNCI QURIURXTION lf'.v Crlfophzzm' .N'e'1lfc'1I' 'ff 37 ' ' e our rg eafrfoul e a 14 rea r HIGH GRADE DAIRY PRODUCTS Distributors of a complete line ofselect dairy products in Durham for more than twenty years Dial I,-QOI IJURHAIVFS LARGEST MILK PRODUCERS man 18-1, '7wWn9aBafmlaufaa6!wm Reading from left to right are Hazel Rich, Anne Brewer, and Anne Mae Morgan. Who would guess that the commodious chair, pictured above, in the making, was once an hum- ble barrel containing soap chips? The Home Ee girls procured two barrels from Watts Hospital and the woodshop boys cut the rough outlines of the chairs from the barrels and fashioned the seats from interlaced inner tubes. The girls are cover- ing the barrels with cotton, excelsior, and cotton print. Tfmaaiik 1441431 Qfjfl' Rom-.ui Wuth- FRIENDl.INESS--COURTESY-SERVICE V W Unsurpassed JOHN SON-FORREb 1 ER Style CLEANERS at LAUNDERERS Quality Value C snot' IN coMroRT AND EASE ROBBINS Fafhiofz Centre 204 W. Main St. Durham, N. C. KlJll7"h6l7'H,.f Only .K'W'l-Water Launrblv' R04 Mangum Street Durham, N. C. P1-rows N-157 PAGE I84 We Welcome visits from members of Durham High School and Its Faculty Savings Accounts Checking Accounts Travelers' Checques Safe Deposit Boxes The DEPOSITORS NATIONAL BANK MEMBER IAEDERAL RESERVE SYSTEM AND FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORPORATION DURHAM LAUNDRY COMPANY may cI.1f:AN1No Durhamfv Leading Lau 7'l!l,71V DI.-Xl. - - I,-991 more 185 '70 fbainfz MM, aa Na! io fbaink l,llIY1'lI'XI5IY x lluxu lt: Nl Illlllll I ,NPI RINII X I' R.1l l'XDl'I'lIllK'I1lN xlmw mluc nl umlk .unml ullul' I'lLkl1 M-ml n N V Q Q XY,X5HlNfQ'l'ON IPVKH HOTICI. f 10llllDfl7llC7lf.Y of T A V E R N Durl1amDo11z1f3roducfs,971c .v,Mff,,, A11m,f fvm-1 fgflvr llzzzzfvx fum' Slzouu DVRHAM NVQ Specialize in c'llAl'lf1l. Hll,I. lllI.l,Sl40R0 l"RA'l'HRNI'I'Y BANQl'li'lS AND PRlYA'l'l-L l'AR'l'llf,s muh IHC, Place Your Insurance with Durham Local Agents M.-XY WIC SIIGGIiS'I' THAT IT Bli IN A COMPANY MANAGED BY JAMES O. COBB 81 COMPANY lH.l'IH'1Hll'l' C:t'l1l'7'll! plgvnlr "A HOME INDUSTRY" 111 Coucomx S'I'RIiE'l' 'l'1-:l,lcl'noNr1s IDVRH.-xm, N. C. :N-179 .mn N-198 AM IiRICA'S SM A RT HST FOOTVVEAR .ifwfz-vx Firzvl .it Effir Sfozzvfv You'll always final tlle Hrst of every new sez1son's footwear fashions at lfllis Stone's in con- sistent high quality for young and oltl. C.'IlllIr'llIl1ff11VffIt'Ul fm! LES .IOLIES MODELS RICE O'NIilI,I. FOOT SAVERS RED CROSS RHYTHM STEP l FOOT IJELIGHT I l DCRH.-XXI, N. C. GET ',I'llE BEST SERVICI l -a1- BUDD-Pl PER ROOFING CO. l'.XGI'l Bulfcfagfi Wp 300424- Slnnvn alum- ns Russ Pcrry, Hnshy hack. rt-turmng n punt fu1'4n yards rxggunst Rlllflgh. Ilurlmm wun 13- t r W. ...1 Durham t A . FLOYD COAL t ,, M?"ff' Industrlal Bank t t ft E COMPANY ? ,Mlm Sammi E Steam and Domestic 11 Mft- llrpwil fiom COAL . ,, 1 I 16 NYcst Main Street PHONE N-lol 131-RHAM, N t t t t td I-AGE 188 VV e Protect the Majority of the City and County School Properties against Loss by Fire and Lightning Si DUTI-I ICR N Fl RIC INSURANCE COMPANY Strong Refzkzbfc l'r0gre.v.viz1e A DURHAM lNS'l'I'l'UTION f fam pf 1711c11f.v of ' LUCKY STRIKE D. C. MAY P.-XlN'l'INli x IjAl'liRINKG Coxiiucioia IJURH.-XlN1,N. C. You Can llrpmzz' Upon . . . DURHAM DRUG CO. 330 W. IVIAIN S'rRr:i-:'1' Nationally Advertised Drug Needs Prompt Prescription Service "Your Friend in Health and Sickness imsii 189 ' Www UWM Cmull W'.1l1W ll. Syku lx Www pixulrul 1'L'cuixir1g the Iqlvcuc .1w.mW Wrum Mayor XV. If, KI.1rr. pl'usc'l1In-LW Wwy W,llIAWl.II1l luniur ftWl.lIHW1l'l' nf f:HI1lIlK'I'Cl' In the llluxl mntxlzuulnng yilllllgl dum-n U I thu unu' The Young MCIl,S Shop llfw-IZS li. WXlz1WnSt. llnrlmzll High -N'f1llf7'IJflllQ' C1'?lfl'l' W W W W W W W W W W W W W ' W W W l'RHI'lWIl'1S IflzA'l'lil4N1'I'Y ,IWCXX 1fl,l4Y x1r1lmAl.s Gfffxfnr nfl Urr1z.viw1.v Ill RHAM llllvll ml IIUUW. K I,.Khh RINGS .-'XIMAYS Fl RNlSlIl'1ll HY W S .l1'wf'lf'11f Nizlfv 1585 ONES 8 FRASH-:R Co. Dlil'USl'I'llRS NA'I"I. HANK lll'Il.I7ING .NIE IQU nga H EPS: M gmdcmuux' . "Uv onlyhyransa-cnmcnmuani-"mt A uthorzzed Bottlvr: Dlll'llUlll Pvpsi-Cola Bollling Company 305 South SIN-cl 'l'1-lcphonv .I-2-I-5l C,wNP!I.UINlfy SIHNIJ X Ol R L mlm 'I'U The Erwin Cotton Sf3U'l"l' N R0l3l'3R'l'S M llls Company lmf,,w,'.v l"w-f-fm-f lffm11f'1'.v llurlmm, N. C. ""f'N"1 """N"3 x-lxg5 I,-qfbl 1 lIl,3'l' Ci!! ff! 11 SAOYG' Q 'lbflfzv no 'l'Hlz 4 nm .mm - COOKING xx11.'1'1aR HH.-X'l'lNG w , y R ra1fRlc:1aRA'l'loN CA ROI-JI A A HOl'Sl'I Hm'1'lNcs RIALTQ DURHAM GAS co. y l '1'Hl'2.-X'l'RlCS l wh lfjl '7f1e4f Jfelpingu' ani eafefw-ia. Seuted: Rosa Barbe, Iulia Richmond, Iessie Green, Willie Dunston. Standing: Iohn Pratt, Noah Smith, Al Crawford, Iohn Williams B-U-I-C-K More New Car Buyerf Change SALES O-ver to GENERALS Complete One-Stop Service johnson Motor Co. 326-8 Main St. DURHAM, N. C. Than to All Other Tire: Comhinezl SIN C LA I R AT FIVE POINTS Compliments of Frank L. Walton Co. DISTRI B UTO RS Shell Petroleum Products METEREIJ FUEL OIL DELIVERY TELEPHONE F-9351 "A good daily newxpaper eontrihutex to the advantages of the Youth of Durham and his aecomplishmenls will he mea:- ured by clear and afrumte statements of event: of the day." G90 The Herald-Sun Papers Durham, N. C. MORNING EVENING SUN DAY PAGE 192 Hill Funeral Home QGomlwyn's, lnc.l llurlmznn, North CZlI'OllHl1 M. E. H. Hardware C0 lI.1RDlf'.-IRE ,mn IH 7ll.lI INC Sl WI' LIES lll0NI'. li-W0 'PIM RIl'9l!Fl" KVI' Home Insurance Agency l 21212 N. Cnrccwzln Sr. l'lmnl- lf-I-411 .IOIIN ,-X. Iil'Cll.'RN.l.N,l'kmnm1 5cH5eWFFfS CIIOCOLATE COVERED BARS Pure ff Yvholesollle Rich in Food Value Du rham Cigar and Candy Co. lliuirilnulnrs Qfllvzllf l,b0f0g7'IlPAL'l'J' fbi' flld 1941 r,l'lL'.8'.S'C?liQ'f?l' Wootten- oulton PHOTOG RA Pl-I HRS l'0R'l'RA l'l' I I .l .l 'S'l'R.-XTIONS lI,l,llS'I'R4'I'FI7 ' New Bern, N. C. IAIOMIQ lfOR'I'R.-KITS COl,l,liGli ANNU.-XLS I'.-XLKS Chapel Hill, N. CI. Jfi-Scan! .feazfmd R1.11l11141g 1111111 I1-It 111 1'1gl1l .ll'l' i.l.1111l1' Il1111111l11'11w. R.1lpl1 511'.1yl1111'11. R. N. XMIM111. Izllu-1'I NVv1l1111-u11111. l11s1 11111: Ilwll 'I'l1111'11lf111. 41.111 H1111 l41ll 'l'.11'I411'. Hill lT1111'.111. 141111111 rmv. p'lfG0il:C6 Maha pmfeof R1.11l111g 11'11111 lmit 111 rnghl .Ill l.1lx1.111l I.g111411l1-y, L1111- VV:1tk111x, Rciml Ilm1p1'1'. lilllll' XVg1lk1-1'. .Sing 1 W W I' l11.11l1l1lI, K.. 5. ll1141p1-1'. Ir.. .1111l 5411.111 ID.11111'1'1111. H. . . Way Back In 1941" As you page hack through this Annual ten or twenty years from now, it will be difficult to realize that in so short a time you have progressed from a high-school graduate to a Durham leader. Yet that is the hope in you held by us older citizens. With that hope goes our confidence that you, like your parents and grand- parents, will be ever active in building a finer Durham. DURHAM PUBLIC SERVICE "Your I'l7'iL'771ll For Iivllvr I,iz'zng" if fW0.i'l lJ!l'!l.Wll1f and l'rQj?lz1b!1' .-1 ' , Pfam I0 S110 p AMBIILANCE SERVICE Belk-Leggett Co ll-I WEPYI' MAIN S'l' l31z1'M1'1gf 61 Grezzter ljllfblllll MOSS' .l'l'llI'8 1894 l IS I3 lf'l"l' lf R A 1 CARY LUMBER COMPANY BREAD mon 195 rmllmlg m.ul11m'. xxlmlm IN mul lu lll!INll ruuglx Nlll'lLllgk'N, In mul " 71ml 64 fuzzy" ll llmu Mum llil nl rlqlwl .un lllQ4IIr lwwx. lwlxmml lnullglnx, I...nsl4-rw XXlvml.l.m N Il'-www. lim-l IH-xl' Nlmll Ilvw 1 xx lx ul lll-Ulm. .lull lim. 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