Elise High School - Elysian Yearbook (Robbins, NC)
- Class of 1945
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Text from Pages 1 - 48 of the 1945 volume:
Volume One 1945
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ELYSIAN H I LLTOP
Elysian Hllltop, what a place to be,
A garden or Paradlse it seems to me
This hill is beautlful as you can see,
Here stands Elise, the school for me
On this Elysian Hllltop we proudly stand
To help our school with a willing hand
For a place like this is what we need
To grow strong 1D statue, mind and deed
We're thankful for our school 1n thls day and time,
And work becomes a joy subl1me
Let's strive together ln war or peace
And always stand for dear Ellse
When a student finishes he can ho1estly say,
I'm glad I finished Elise thls way
They are always sorry, they rue the day
Whatever happens there's one thing I bet,
The Elysian Hilltop they'l1 never forget
For this is a place you can ho d in mind,
Although you're gone, and its left benlnd
Reverend Arrowood's memory will never die
Nor w1ll his school, Elise Hlgh
Th1s school has been great and always wlll,
For glory never dles on Elyslan Hlll
You can notice the quitters who fall by the way,
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'rd Row 1185 nlgie Currle lrs Sa111e Lvans hrs Vlrglnla Pearson 1ss Sallle Alllson
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.rs Bessle icpeod, hlss Aureade Frye 5th Row lrs Beatrlce Ylnlaw Ars Llnnle aness,
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Tr asurer 3
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Red Spr1nrs Flvh School 1
Secretary Treasurer 1
Glee Club 9 3
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Draratlcs 2, 3, 4
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Burns, helen L
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Vice President 1,
Softball 1, 2, 5.
Glee Club 1, 2, 5
Basketball l 2
Plano 1, 2 3
Jlrls' Chorus 4
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Glee Club 1, 2 5
Debat1ng 1, 2
Staff 4 Sports
Student Councll l
Glee Club 1, 2
P1830 1 2 3
Basketball 1 2, 3 4
G1r1s' Chorus 2
Staff 4 ASSOC15t Ed1tOF
President 1 2
Glee Club 2 3
President 1, 4.
Glee Club 1, 3.
Debating 1, 2, 5, 4
Softball 1, 2
Volce 2, 3, 4
Dr1ver's Course 3
Flrls' Chorus 3, 4
4 H Club 4
Softball 2, 3
Softball 2, 3
McLeod, Willis Anne
Softball 1 2 3, 4
Glee Club 1 2
Basketball 1 2, 3
Piano 2, 3, 4
Dramat1cs 2 4
Staff 4 Ass't Bus Manager.
Piano 1, 2, 3, 4.
Softball 1, 2, 3.
F. F. A. 2
Glee Club 2
Lllltary Drlll 2
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Student Councll 2
Cartnage Hlgh School 2
Home Ec Club 1
Fore Nurslng 2
Sc1ence Club 3
Lat11 Club Pres 2
Carthage High School l, 2, 3.
Home Eo. Club 1.
Latin Club 2
Softball 3 4
Pendleton, Betty Jean
V1ce Presldent 1
Glee Club 1
Glee Club 2
Glee Club 2
Glrls' Chorus 4
Glee Club 1, 2
Softball 1, 2 4
Dr1ver's Course 3
4 H Club 4
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Needhwu Broughton E S ,Ralelgh
North Carollna, 2
Student COUHCII 1, Art Club l
Softball l 2 3
Glee Club l 2 3
Basketball 1 2,3,4 Debatlng 4
rootball 2 3,4 Dramatzcs 3,4
Secretary Treasurer 4
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Art Club 1 Softball 1,2
Bascetball 1 2 3 4
Junlor Defense Corxs l
Football 2, 5, 4
Dr1ver's bourse 3
Dramatlcs 2, 3 4
Debatlug 4 Staff 4
Softball 1 2 3
Glee Club 1, 3
G1F1S' Chorus 4
Staff 4 Reporter
Softball l, 2 3
Flass Reportpr 2
Staff 4 Typ1St
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lee Club l 2
Ba etball l
Staff 4 Soorts Ed tor
Po t Gradua+e
Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4
It was the happy sprlnc tlme all nature was sheddln forth
Above the llttle blrds were sweetly peellng forth the r U910d1CUS
llttle flowers were peeplng from thelr wlrter cover and blddlrg a
her rays of llght and good cheer
songs of love whlle below the
welcome to all
The day to whlch I refer vas unusually brlrht, but though I
strange and pecullar feel1rv had crept over ne and I wondered wiy I could not feel happy llke
the blrds and flowers At last I declded to take a walk, tklnklrg tlat perhaps a few hours spent
out lH the ooen a1r m ht revive ry Sp1T1tS
knew not why, I was sm
Lary years rad passed slrce the year of 1945, but lt seered that my every thought was of
that year and of my happy days s ent at Ellse K gh vhere were ry classrates9 fou d I ever see
the all aga1n9 ould ve ever spend laL,y hours togetrer llke the ones ve used to spend on the
And whlle I slowly wandered down trrou h tle o d meadow across the llttle brook and through
a narrow strlp of woods wnlch brought ne agaln 1nto an open f1eld, dotted here and there with
w1ld VlOIFtS, I was drearlng rus ng tr Iklf of the past
But look' Yhat was th s v1s1on wT1ch had so sudderly and mysterlously appeared before ry
eyes? Nas 1 dreamlnrq Indeed all day I had felt as 1f 1n a drear and had only rannta red
sufflclent COHSClOUSH6SS to know that I was really awake ard now wtat was thls? At least I
w1ll approach and see 1f my eyes decelve we Draw1ng nearer I found to ry great Joy that ny
were Y91t1Hg upon nDame Future
She was about to gllde from ly Slgft, when I rave a startled cry, 'Oh stay I pray Please
of tle class of l945 of EIISB lgh School '
'Of Ellse Ilgh Schoo'?n 'The class of lQ45?n she repea ed
UY s ye I pleaded nlt IS my class and I pray you tell re all Where are they now'
has happened slnce we parted lure l l9459u
nwell lf you would know, be seated and see that you do rot lnterrupt me wills I tell you
'PerYaps you would be 1nterested 1n see rg Charles Laness, your class presldent, at
uOf course you knew you had trree artlsts IH your class The nexi t re you are ln
Washlngton be sure to look for the palntln s of D J Tate, Betty Ray Butler and Carlton
1n the Luseu of Arts
nAnother trree who have chosen the sane pTCfSSSlOn are O're l Benson, ulllard Lewls
D R hall They nave a drug store of the r own
nGrace J1ll1arson, who was the valed ctor1an of your class lS back at your Alfa 'ater as
the head of the Cor erclal Departnert
nYou renenber how dlfflcult lt was to get an appolntment at the Beauty Parlor 1n 19 9 o
new operators are row rel1ev1ng the s1tuat1on, Helen Burrs and Ellzabeth Rlchardson
nwillis Anne LcLeod and Betty Lewis are botr teachlng at Flora lacDonald College
uJanie Phlllips, nstelle Garner, Pattle t1111BFS and Etta mae Furr are now telephone
operators ln Iew York
uEns1gn Roger Wall and Captaln Ray Lewis are engoyln a vacation at hone
Carlton Butler, who 1S a comrerclal pllot, 1S also at hone on a vacat1on
'Tune ln tonlght at 7 o'clock to rear Rlchard Tate, who is substltuting for Jac? Benny Then
1f you want some real opera, at ll o'clock set your dial on New York and hear Louvene Lanes
and hargaret dunsucker
raullne n1ll1ams and Zona Wall have married n1ll1ona1re and are now tour1ng Europe
'After flB1Sh1HV ?1gh School Betty Pendleton, Doris Younger, Vlfglnlh Tall, Pearl Allen,
and E11zabetn Iorvan served their country by 101R1Hg tre Cadet Wurses
'Odessa lonroe and adna harley are teach1ng at the same school Odessa has ckarge of the
MUS1C Departrent and Edna, the home Economics
'hae Allen has a grand Job as secretary to the Goverror of horth Carol1na
nV1r nia harley 1S now a U1SS1Onafy 1n Chlna and all the peopl there love her very ruch
nNow, this last remark and I rust ro Puston laness, the boy who took a post vraduate
course that year 18 now in Cal1forn1a teacn1ng danclng after offlce rours
Wlth that she turned to gc but I frant1cally cr1ed 'Or please tell re SOF6tI1Dg of my
own future She stopped while I stood breathlessly wa tlng to hear my doom
You, she sa1d you are Frances Jackson
Yes, but my future, I plea e
nYou will, in the future, she cont1nued, 1n the future, you w1ll ever be Frances Jackson
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Now, the h1story of the class of five and forty of El1se H1gh School of the clty of Robbins,
county of Moore, State of Lorth Carollna, 15 ln thls wise
In the beg1nn1ng, ln the f1rst and fortleth year of our Lord 1n the nlnth month and on the
eleventh day of the month, there entered into h1s Land of Learnlng, one and fifty seekers of
And lt cane to pass as they did enter th1s land that they were received wlth ma1lC1OUS glee
by a certain band of w1ld be1ngs, who were called Sophonores and who because of the1r f1erce taste
for Freshman blood did pound upon ther damly and n1ghtly and did cause then to suffer great things
and to say ln their hearts 'Behold, blessed be the name of EdUCBt1CH
endured great torment, both of the body and of the rlnd Verily have
and noble cause
And as they dwelt long 1D the land they fell 1n with the customs
and thelr strangeness wore away and they each became as one among the
And it came to pass that they were so d1vided 'nto two groups of
for because of lt we have
we been martyrs to 1ts great
of the 1nhab1tants thereof,
learning and each d1d gather
together to appoint the1r leaders, and of the flrst group, who were called the A class they dld
appolnt as follows Willard Lewls, Presldent, Betty Jean Pendleton, Vxce Presldert Paullne
Williams, Secretary, Janle Lee Phillips Treasurer And of the B class they did appoint: Charles
Maness, Presldent Frances Jackson, Vice Fresxdent, Faye Yarborough, Secretary
Now it came to pass
certaln band of warr1ors
paign of mercy for there
and mighty 1n battle and
Now lt so tappened that
was great PEJOICIHQ and they
at the beg1nning of the second year they were agaln pounced upon by a
were called seniors and did compete with them in each and every cam
a great war throughout the entire world and Lo! they were strong
triumph over that band of warrlors
in th1s land they were again as one group and because of th1s there
d1d elect thelr leaders as follows: Wlllard Lewis, Pres1dent, Ra
Now lt came to pass that at the beglnnlng of the third year a great cry d1d come up from the
throats of the greedy class, saying 'Lo' if it doth happen that we are to graduate after nany
days it appeareth that tnere is much need of many dollars wherewith to provide the Song and
And so, tY1Hk1Ug these thlngs the class of f1ve and forty d d give a party and the public was
bldden that noney rlght be brought 1nto the treasury, and the coffers be fllled, and tP1s party
was held in the three and fortietl year, IH the house on that Land of Learnlng Lo' great crowds
d1d core to that party a d much money was taken 1nto the treasury and they called 1ts name a Box
Party because they d1d auction boxes
And agaln they d1d labor that the treasury mlght be more fllled And they went out lnto the
entlre community surroundlng thls land of learnlng and d1d sell magazlnes that the treasury might
be nore filled
And agaln they dld gather together at the beginrlng of the third year And d1d elect their
leaders as follows Willard Lewls, PP6S1dEHt Largaret Hunsucker, Vlce Presldent, Paullne Wllliam
Secretary, O'neil Benson, Treasurer
Now when the four and tenth day of the fourth month of the year of four and forty was fully
come thls class d1d g1ve a great feast and d1d send messages all over that land of 1earn1ng, east,
west north, and soutr to tte 1nhab1tants thereof say1n , 'Come ye, and make merry wutl us, for
the class of four and forty 15 to depart and all things are now ready for a feast
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And as they were bidden so came they in large numbers to the place set apart in the land
called the Comrunity Bu1ld1ng and d1d eat of the good thlngs of the land and d1d rejoice with the
class of four and forty at the good fortune which had come to them 1n return for all thelr long and
patient laboring at the task that had been set before them And men of high standing 1n the land
d1d speak unto the people words of wisdom and of cheer and of encouragement, and did in many
feeling words say farewell to the class that was departing
And Lo! the class of four and forty did give much thanks to the class of five and forty for
the pleasure they had provided and did g1ve them a fish fry
And it came to pass that at the end of these three years that Edwin A West, the professor
who had thus far traveled in their lead did go fro this country to far dlstart places a.d there
was much gr1 f and sorrow 1n the land For verily, had he made hlmself dearly beloved by the
class of f1ve and forty
Now this, the fourth year of this great and wonderful class of five and forty has been one of
much hard labor, and but l1ttle resting by the wayside for preparations have been mak1ng ready
for them to take thelr final departure from the land
Now, lt so happened that there dwelt 1n the adJo1n1ng territory, J W Puckett, a nan of
much learnlng and good repute Who, hearlng of the departure from his post of Edwin A West,
removed fron his f1eld of labor and dwelt in the land of 1earn1ng that the travels of the class
of f1ve and forty mlght oontlnue for many days
And it came to pass, that their eyes were turned toward graduat1on, but nany with one
consent had made excuses
The f1rst sa1d, 'I must needs toll at home Therefore I cannot graduate '
Another sa1d, 'I am dull and cannot learn I pray thee have are excused '
A thlrd said, 'I am go1ng to be marrled, and therefore I need not graduate
And stlll another sa1d, 'My country hath need of me therefore I must depart from th1s
band of learning
So thus did th1s class decrease 1n number until the whole number at the erd of the last
year was four and thlrty
Now, the officers for this fourth year were as follows: Charles Maness, Pres1dent,
Frances Jackson, Vice Pres1dent, D J Tate, Secretary Treasurer
And lt so happened that the class did find themselves most brave, chose to be one of their
colors the blue of the sky which was to be unto them a symbol of truth, and for the other,
wh1te, a symbol of purity They also chose thelr flower, the pale blue forget re not
And it came to pass that on the tenth day of April of the year forty and f1ve th1s class
d1d go to a place set apart, by their leaders, and lo' they did eat and be merry and they d1d
call th1s a welner roast
Now the class of seven and forty, seeing that this class was to depart from this land
of learn1ng, d1d give them a great feast on the twenty seventh day of the fourth ronth of the
year of flve and forty at a place chosen by this group wherewith to b1d then farewell
So lt has come to pass that of the one and fifty that entered this land, only th1rty four
shall depart, for verily I say unto you, that narrow 15 the way that leads to graduatlon and
few there be who flnd lt
And now may the bless1ngs that ever attend the noble and good and true, follow and abide
with us, each and all, now and forevermore llen
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Clty of Robblns
We, the members of the graduat1ng class of 1945 ln thlrty six 1nd1v1dual and d1St1DCt parts,
belng about to pass out of th1s sphere of educatlon ln full DOSSESSIOH of a crammed mlnd, well
tra1ned memory do make and publish th1s our last w1ll and testarent, hereby revok1ng and raking
void all former wllls or promlses made by us at any tlF6 heretofore, one to the other, carelessly
spoken, as the thoughtless wish of an ldle hour
we g1VB and bequeath to our beloved prlnclpal, Lr J Puckett, our sincere affectlon,
our deepest reverence, our heartiest gratltude and tke whole unl1n1ted wealth of our eterral memory
We glve and bequeath to our beloved faculty all the anazlng knowledge and startllng lnfornatlon
that we have furnlshed them from tlme to t1ne 1n our var1ous exam1nat1on papers
E glve and bequeatk to the Junlor Class our Sen1or room and all our Senxor prlvlleges wiich
we were never able to dlscover
The followung may seen but tr1fl1ng bequests, but we hope they may be accepted, not as worth
less thlngs, lavlshly thrown away because we can no lorger keep ther, but as a valuable asset to
those who aug recexve them and a cont1nual ren1nder of the generos1ty of heart dlsplayed 1U our
free and full bestowal
D R Nall, do wlll and bequeath my baskful ways to Russell Hussey
O'ne1l Benson, do w1ll and bequeath my G I halrcut to Errest Loore
Janle Ph1ll1ps, do will and bequeath my ugllness to Hazel N1I118FS
Grace WIIIIQFSOH, do w1ll and bequeath my ab1l1ty to study to Faye Brewer
Louvene laness, do w1ll and bequeath ny romantlcal ways to Jewell Keye
Carlton Lasslter, do w1ll and bequeath my ways with the Freshmen g1rls to B111 Garner
Roger Nall do w1ll and bequeath my blorde wavy halr to Robert Larley
Doris Younver, do w1ll and bequeath ny ble mouth to Elalne Lucas
Charles Laness, do w1ll and bequeath my manly chest to Charlle Ray Lartlndale
D J Tate, do w1ll and bequeath my athletlc ab1l1ty to John Garner, Jr
Ray Lewls, do w1ll and bequeath my ab1l1ty to dr1ve Bus 22 to Aaron Harrls
Rlchard Tate, do w1ll and bequeath my sl1mness to Ernest loore
Wanda Bowen, do w1ll and bequeath my concelt to Sara Halthcock
Betty Joyce Lewls, do will my black ha1r and sweet d1spos1t1on to Helen York
Frances Jackson, do w1ll and bequeath rg mus1cal ablllty to Dorothy Baxter
Ellzabeth Rlchardsor, do w1ll and bequeath ry s1ssy ways to Beatr1ce Sheffleld
Estelle Garner do w1ll and bequeath my ab1l1ty to cook to Barbara Schu acher
har arct Hunsucker, do will and bequeath my beauty and frlendllness to Ed1th Wllllams
Paul1ne ullllans, do w1ll and bequeath my fllrty wavs to Carletta R1CfBTdSOH
Pearl Allen, do w1l1 and bequeath ny sweetness to Largaret Holden
hae Allen, do w1ll and bequeath y ab1l1ty to do shorthand to Dorls Jean W11118FSOD
Helen Burns, do w1ll and bequeath ry neatness to Lessle Yow
Odessa Lonroe, do w1ll and bequeath my shyness to LIHGFVH Walker
Etta lae Furr, do w1ll and bequeath my baby ways to Lula hae W11118WS
Vlfglfla Nall, do w1ll and bequeath my cuteness to Irls W1111ams
Pattle JIIIISHSJ do wlll and bequeath my flvure to Virglnla Belle Kee
Edna Marley do w1ll and bequeath my ab1l1ty to sew to Sarah Dennis
Carlton Butler, do w1ll and bequeath my dopev ways to Ben Rouse
Houston Maness, do w1l1 and bequeath my tallness to F Rltter, Jr
V1rg1nia harley, do w1ll and bequeath my s1l1y ways to Laxlne w1I118FS
Zona Wall, do w1ll and bequeath my many boy frlends to Jewell Keye
Ellzabeth horgan, do w1ll and bequeath my blue eyes to D0rOthy Needham
Wlll1s Anne lcLeod do w1ll and bequeath my ways w1th the Freshmen boys to V1rv 11a
Betty Ray Butler, do will and bequeath my heartbreaklnv ways to James Rouse
Betty Jean Pendleton, do w1ll and bequeath my popularlty to Sarah Dennls
I, W1llard Lew1s, do w1ll and bequeath my red ha1r and freclles to B111 Garner
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