Elizabeth City High School - Spotlight Yearbook (Elizabeth City, NC)

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".-i 1 Q'V- fp , iii 'MJ' "q' ""'i "'A 'f"A 7' - ggsekm, mw- NUMBER X ELIZABETH CITY, N. C. MCMXX1f Q Cl' c-:UC-:Q-1rBoo 1930 CD Pulfished by the Class of 1930 ELIZABETH CITY HIGH SCHOOL Elizabeth Cify, N: C. PASQUOTANK-CAMDEN LIBRARY 100 East Colonial Avenue Elizabeth City, NC 27909 Phone: 252-335-2473 Fax: 252-331-7449 WWW.earlibrary.org!pasquotank-camdenfindexhtml ' i 'Q' Q9 Tx X Q so gb, .,,,,.e' 1 s e s POREWORD Q FXAWQJI E HAVE followed the ship idea in our year book because Elizabeth City is a river town and owes much of' its progress to the river . trade, and because most of' us have been brought up t beside the waters of the Pasquotanlc and only forty 1 miles from the Atlantic ocean. Although our book has its faults, it is the product of' our best endeavor and we will love it for the mem- ories of our dear old high school days at E.. C. H. S. 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H- HARTSELL - - - Principal A. B. University of North Carolina J. C. CASPER ---- Science-Mathematics A. B. Wake Forest College PAULINE CLINKSCALES - - - History A. B. Eau St. Claire State College MARY PAYNE. - - - - History A. B. Greenville Woman's College ELMER E. HGDGES - - - Mathematics A. B. Milligan College, Tenn. GEORGE W. HUNSUCKER - - - Science B. S. North Carolina State College EVELYN CRENVE - - - - Commercial Bowling Green Business College SARAH BERTHA DUNLAP - - Latin A. B. Winthrop College MARY JANE CARROLL - - English A. B. Meredith couege R F. S. ISENHOUR ---- Science A. B. University of Richmond BENSON W. DAVIS - - - Latin-English A. B. University of North Carolina CELESTE XVHALEY - - - Home Economics B. S. Farmville Teacher's College DOROTHY DORMAN TURNER - - French A. B. Greenville Woman's College College de la Guilde, Paris MARGARET VAN HORN - - - English A. B. Randolph-Macon Women's College HELEN WILLIAMS - - - - Mathematics A. B. 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ALICE BARROW Athletic Asso. 1, 2, 3, Le Cercle Fran- cais, 4, Phi. 2g Athletic Club 13 Glee Club, 41 Dramatic Club, 4, Latin Club 33 Spot- light Staif, 45 "Miss Cherryblossomf' "Better to be small and shine than great and cast a shadow. MARTHA BERRY Athletic Asso. 2, 3, 43 Phi, 2, Dramatic Club, 2, 3, 4, Le Cercle Francais, 43 Patrician Club, 33 Exchange Elditlor Spotlight, 4. "She is one on Whom one may safe- ly depend." Effect . 1 CLARINE BUNCH Phi, lg C. C. C. 3, 4. "I have a heart with room for every Joy- SUSIE BELL Athletic Asso., 2, 3, 4, Athletic Club, 13 Phi, 23 Dramatic Club, 3, 45 Patrician Club, 3, Statistics, 4. "Not too serious, not too gay, but a real good fellow,in every way." REITA BURRUS "She one we do not often see, she does not make a fuss, but just the same she's a good scout." ff ,, . 1 L -1 '4.f,-?2 ,,,,f:-,- fa- I' ' l M y 'l'lw,, n, 'ii Et vigiiws V , Ts. 2 SALLIE DAVIS 1 Qf' Athletic Asso., 1, 2, C. C. C., 3, 4. "She was one of the quiet kind whose natures never vary." PAULINE DEANS Athletic Asso., 1, 2, 33 Dramatic Club, 3, 43 Basketball Squad, 1, 2- Team, 33 Patrician Club, 3, Le Cercle Francais, 43 Spotlight Staff, 4, Statistics, 43 Student Librarian, 4. "For life is not worth living if we do not talk all day." RUSSELL EVANS Spotlight Staif, 4, Athletic Asso., 1, 2, 3, 4, Basketball Squad, 45 Baseball Squad, 45 Le Cercle Francais, 4, Patrician Club, 3, Reporter for Athletic games, 43 Statistics, 4. t'For every wherefore he has a whyfl THELMA CARTWRIGHT Athletic Asso., 2, 3, 43 C. C. C., 3, 43 Orchestra, 3, 4g Athletic Club, 2. 'Tm sure care's an enemy to life." RUTH DAVENPORT Dramatic Clu-b, 3, 43 Tennis Club, 1, 23 Spotlight Staff, 43 Orchestra, 2, 33 Patrician Club, 33 Athletic Asso., 3, 4. "Satire's my Weapon." ALICE DAVIS "It Ca,n"t Be Done"g "Miss Cherry- blossom,.g Glee Club, 1, 2, 33 Orchestra, 1, 2, 4g Phi, 13 Tennis Club, lg Pianist Boys' Glee Club, 4. "As merry as the day is long." .KV ,. --' 'X .f"4 ,- mll, .. , I . : fl ' ' .. Y -,, ,. . '5fg,f:-,- '21, CAMILLA FOREMAN Athletic Asso., 1, 2, 33 Glee Club, 1, 2, 3, 45 "Miss Cherryblossomng Dramatic Club, 4g Student Librarian, 3. "Her ways are ways of pleasantnessf' LEON GANDERSON Le Cercle Francais, 43 Athletic Asso., 1, 2, 3, 4g Statistics, 4, Library Club, 2. "The time will come when you will hear from me." HELEN GARRETT Glee Club, 33 Athletic Asso., 1, 2. "It doesn't pay to Worry, things are bound to happen anyway." all x, GLEN NA G-LOVER Athletic Asso., 1, 2, 4g Phi, 2, Patrician, Club, 3, Dramatic Club, 3, 43 "Step On It Stan", Le Cercle Francais, 43 Spot- light Staff, 4. "Love is a beauti- ful dream." ELIZABETH GREENLEAF High Point High School, 15 Athe- tic Asso., 2, 33 Le Cercle Francais, 43 Dramatic Club, 3, 43 Spotlight Staff, 4. Mingle a little nonsense with your wisdom A little nonsense now and then is pleasant." MILLICEN T HARRIS Dramatic Club, 1, 25 Athletic Asso., 2. "The one worth while is the one who can smile when everything goes Wrong." ,: fl ,Ji ' ' , . 2.2, ' - 1' r .7 ll HEYWOOD HARRELL Athletic Asso., 1, 2, 3, 4, Dramatic Club, l, 2, 3, 43 Cheerleader, 2, 3, 4, Man- ager Boys' Athletic, 43 Glee Club, 2, 3, 43 Vice President Class, 4, "Folderol"g "It Can't Be Done", Statistics, 4. "For he is a jolly good fellow." DOROTHY HICKS Tennis Club, 1, 23 Athletic Asso., 1, 2, 33 Le Cercle Francais, 4, Dramatic Club 3. "I say what I mean and I know what I think." HELEN HILL MARY JOHNSON Student Coufncil, lg Glee Club, 1, 2, 3g C. C. C., 3, 4, Dramatic Club, 2. "A merry heart goes all the day." RUTH LANE Athletic Asso., 1, 2, 35 Phi, lg C. C. C, 3, 45 Glee Club, 2. "An arch coquette, blythe merry and gay." MARGARET LASSITER Athletic Asso., 1, 2, 3, C. C. C., 3, 43 Glee Club, 2. "Hang sorrow care will kill a cat: therefore let's be merry." Athletic Asso., 1, 2, 3, 43 Basketball Team, 1, 2, 3, 43 Ten- nis C., 1, 21 Student C., 1, 43 Dramatic C., 3, 4, lPres.Jg Glee Club, 2, 3, 45 Phi, 13 Patrician Club, 3g Le Cercle Francais, 45 Spotlight, 43 Statis- tics, 4, Librarian, 4. ,.. ..- .ff -N 1"x ,- - ff- V . f I me s.. . I Q -na:f!:Zf25'?,,-2:1 Q -Z-Q MARY HEATH LEWIS . - - I 4 -17" -, Athletic Asso., 1, 2, 3, 4g Dramatic Club, 3, 43 Le Cercle Francais, 43 Student Librarian, 43 Tennis Club, 1, 2, Basket- ball Squad, 1, 2, Team, 3. 4 5 Patrician Club, 3. "For her's was one of those attractive faces that, when you look upon them, never fail to bid you look again." ROBERT E. LEWIS, JR. Athletic Asso., 1, 2, 3, 4, Football, 2, 3, 4, Glee Club, 2, 3, 43 "Miss Cherryblos- som", Pres. Student Council, 4, Statistics, 4. "He never tastes the joys that spring from labor." BESSIE MARKHAM Student Council, 13 Athletic Asso., 1, 2, 3, 43 Tennis Club, 1, 23 Phi, 1. "Speak low when you speak of love " 1'- I S 71 ISA MORAN Dramatic Club, 1, 2, 3, 4, Athletic Asso., 1, 2, 3, 43 Cheerlead- er, 3, 4g Glee Club, 1, 2. "'The face that launched a thousand ships." SUZANNE MELICK Class President, 2, 43 Phi, 1, 23 "It Can't Be Done", "Follies of '28"g Dramatic Club, 2, 3, 43 Spotlight Staff, 45 Athletic Asso., 2, 3, 4g Patrician Club, 33 Le Cercle Fran- cais, 4. "You have a nimble witg'I think 'twas made of Atalanta's heel " RACHEL MILLER Camden High School, 1, Glee Club, 23 Athletic Asso., 2, 3. "Happy am I from morn 'till night." if 'A., : ' 'IAV A : , ynb. QQ. 1V 3 ii? :'1 .2 3. NMMA' 'M 3 W qldi?2?'f'f.....m:i4 - " ' ' IDA CATHERINE NICHOLSON BESSIE SAWYER Athletic Asso., 33 C. C. C., 4 "Who deserves well needs not another's praise." HUGH SAWYER Orchestra, 1, 2, 3, 43 Athletic Asso., 1, 2, 3, 43 Dramatic Club, 2, 3, 43 Glee Club, 2, 3, 43 Debate, 43 f'Miss Cherryb1ossom"3 "It Can't Be Done"3 "Folderol"3 Ass't. Manager Boys' Athletics, 43 Le Cercle Fran- cais, 4. "With grace to win and heart to hold, With shining gifts that took all eyes" JOHN SHANNONHOUSE Athletic Asso., 1. 2, 3, 43 Student Council, 13 Dramatic Clulb, 23 C. C. C., 3, 43 Spotlight Staff. . "My heart's content when I'm on mis- chief bent." Athletic Asso., 1, 2, 3, 43 Basketball Squad, 2, Team, 3, 43 Manager, 33 Glee Club, 33 Dramatic Club, 3, 43 Tennis Club, 1, 2. "She sings like a nightingalef' MARY RAPER Glee Club, 3, 43 Athletic Asso., 1, 2, 3, 43 "Miss CherrybloSsom"3 "F'olderol"3 Library Club, 1, 23 Dramatic Club, 3, 43 Spotlight Staff, 4. , "Give us some music " MILLICENT SANDERS Tennis Club, 1, 23 Glee Club, 13 Athle- tic Asso., 1, 2, 33 Dramatic Club, 1. "Genteel in con- duct, generous and free in heart." - A""A I V A' "L' A 11- ..,,. S A U M A S Yl- L, ,V . , ,....-- O, 1 KST.,-gy . . S-,V lfglf 4 , .,f. ff, - ,V ,L ,J ,,-- W., HAZEL SILVERTHORN Glee Club. 1, 23 Athletic Asso, 2, 33 C. C. C., 3, 4. Y "She was wont to speak plain and t0 the purpose. MARGARET SIMPSON Tennis Club, 1, 25 Ahtletic Asso., 1, 2, 3, 4, Glee Club, 1, 2, 3, 4, Student Librarian, 45 Dramatic Club, 3, 4, Basket- ball Squad, 3, Team, 43 "Miss Cherryblos- som"g "Foldero1"g "It Can't Be Done". "Sing away sor- row, cast away care," MARGARET SYMONS Phi, 1, 23 Athletic Asso., 2, 3, 4, Dram- atic Club, 3, 43 Patri- cian Club, 33 Spot- light Staff 4. "Many charming ways does she pos- sessf' RIVES TAYLOR Athletic Asso., 1, 2, 3, 43 Library Club, 1, 2, Glee Club, 2, 3, 43 Basketball Squad, 3 43 Statistics, 43 Man- ager Baseball Team, 3g Le Cercle Fran- cais, 45 Patrician Club, 3, Football Squad, 4, Basketball, Squad, 3, 4. "He is a gentleman in whom I put absolute trust." Q WILMA TILLETT C. C. C., 4. I "Work is honorable, perseverance E Winsf' L E CLARA THOMPSON Phi, 1, 25 Athletic Asso., 2, 3, 45 Class Treasurer, 25 Dramatic Club, 3, 4, Patri- cian Club, 3, Le Cercle Francais, 4. "The world's no better if we worry, Life's no longer if we hurry." aff, Eat , W. .sg '-...fi - 'Z f 'ai' MARY FRANCES WILLIAMS Athletic Asso., 1, 2, 3, 43 Dramatic Club, 2, 3, 4g Glee Club, 4, Tennis Clulb, 1, Patrician Club, 3, Le Cercle Francais, 4 Basketball Team, 4. RENNIE WILLIAMS Glee Club, 3, 4, President, 4, Spotlight Staif, 45 "It Can't Be D 0 n e"g "Miss Cherryblossomng "Foldero1"g "Follies of ,28"g Athle- tic Asso., 1, 2, 3, 4, Orchestra, 2, 33 Statistics, 45 Ass't. Pianist Boys' Glee Club, Dramatic Club, 4. "She's just that which is neatest, completest, and sweetest. A dear little, cute little, sweet little girl." MARGARET WINDER Editor Spotlight, 4, Debate, 3, 4, Le Cercle Francais, President, 4, Patrician Club, 33 President, Phi, President, 1, 23 Athletic Asso., 1, 2, 3, 45 "It Can't Be Done"g Glee Club, 3, 43 Student Librarian, 4g Statistics, 4. NINA TURNER Athletic Asso., 33 C. C. C. "Her duties well prepared, her days well spent." AUGUSTA WALKER Phi, 2, Patrician Club, 33 Le Cercle Francais, 45 Athletic Asso., 2, 3, 43 Dram- atic Club., 3, 42 Glee Club, 43 Spotlight Business Manager, 45 Statistics, 4. "To know her is to love her, to name her is to praise." DORA WELLS Athletic Asso., 1, 2, 3, 43 C. C. C., 43 Basketball Squad, 1, Team, 2, 3, 43 Cap- tain, 4, Le Cercle Francais, 43 Statis- tics. 4. "She is ever a good sport and a true friend." ... - J ffoEfe5Yf2QefoiQffci51ffz6fEzVrfQ6t6fsfs .y c .y sy.e S i 1 ' l ..s W ' i ffff ' +' t -iff not fr ..l,..,:. 'A 'YN M LIU I ',,s'a ff- ' ' . '-iff'- If - ff"-.-,X ""'P..1 ..40fY?4f U.,-, ,-X I - N n 1 ,- Class Poem I The Good Ship '30 has conie to port: Its four year voyage has seemed so short. Our mates of the voyage are anxious to see How the haven of Graduation will be. II Our first year of sailing was peaceful and calm As lowest of gobs we labored along Taking our orders from higher men, And consoling ourselves with "Just wait till when III Then we were promoted to second place And could meet our superiors face to face. IYe walked around like we owned the boat And made the fresh, green gobs our goat. IV Heave ho! me hearties we're almost on top, This advancement to third place will be our last stop Before we're shipmasters. Now heed each mistake Of those whose places we soon will take. V Then we began the east lap of the sail, Giving orders with strong voices, hearty and hale. And we almost regret that our voyage is near done, For it seems as though it has just begun- VI And now that our first voyage is complete, XYe've another to make that's a far greater feat. Behold, fellow shipmates, the Sea of Life! lYe must sail it in spite of its storm and strife- p VII So here's power to you all and of voyages the best Good shipmates of '30 of E. C. H. S. fs fefvfw as nmifzzcffzz swag fe S-N 1... .2 " fl- aa.: ' V S Glass fprophesig We went down by Pluto's inferno, To see our classmates there Some were shovelin' coal in the furnace How we laughed to see 'em cuss and swear. The first person we encounter is Russell Evans. He was usually first in every en- terprise on earth and he keeps up his record. He was such a good student back at E. C. H. S. that we fail to see why he should be made to answer silly questions till the end of time. His blond, bespectacled questioner looks strangely familiar and many of the questions are "en francais." What horrid deeds did Teen-da, Maret, Glenna and Susie commit? Our sweet candy girls must stand here eternally and implore little boy spirits to stop snitching candy. But all their pleadings are in vain. Next we see through the mist and steam, Hugh Sawyer, known on earth as Tubby. As soon as we come within his range of vision he greets us as joyfully as a spirit could greet mortal visitors. His punishment, he tells us is lending notebook paper to boy spirits. Not a single girl among them! He drys a furtive tear at this point. Dora, Margaret Simpson, Ida Catherine, Mary Frances and Mary Heath play a never ending game of basketball with some Hertford spirits who have the lead by only a few points. What a punishment! This looks pleasant. It seems to be a banquet scene. Not the one from Macbeth but the one of J. A. Jones. Honey Johnson is making an after dinner speech and he does not look exactly happy. Pauline Deans and Leon are among those seated around the festive board and they are supremely miserable because of their inability to interrupt. Rennie, Mary Raper and Ruth Davenport are as inseparable in spirit as they used to be on Burgess Street in the old days. As they pass we overhear allusions of Ubumming to Hertford." We stop them and they tell us that for the last ten years they have been trying to hook a ride to that fair metropolis but so far they have been unsuccessful. What is this fearful clamor? Thru the steam and mist gallops Pluto's mighty black steeds in gay trappings. They have been borrowed esp-ecially for this occasion. the driver, Sybil Alexander, tells us. She wields the powerful seven passenger chariot as if she were accustomed to it. She is accompanied by the girls upon whom we always depended to keep the class of '30 upon an even keel. Oh, how they have changed! ! Wilma Tillett greets us effusively and wants to know what we are doing in Hades in our mortal forms. We tell her that for years we have sought trace of our former classmates and seem to have at last found their rendezvous. Martha Berry sits in the back of the chariot, swinging her feet, and singing in a high squeaky voice that old favorite 'Tm No Man's Mama Now." Thelma Cartwright and Millicent Harris jump out and give us a demonstration of The Hades Hop which they have just mastered after a thirty day course. Hazel Silverthorne sits quietly on the floor of the chariot and slyly eats all the cakes from the lunch baskets. We think her punishment rather light until we remember that she didn't like pink frosted cakes. At this juncture Rachel Miller comes puffing up. She declares that Martha pushed her off the chariot as they were rounding a sharp curve. But her same old sunny nature overcomes any hard feelings and "Everybody's Happy." with many good-byes and a couple of ancient Ntoodle-oos" thrown in, they take their noisy departure. We proceed on our journey in a thoughtful mood. More than ever before we realize that it never pays to be good all the time. Just see what they received! As we stroll along Asbestos Alley we peruse the guidebook and find that the pun- Y, ,f -, .f "" "Wea N U . 1' X f f L! Q X 'V,.!A I N, V my I xi.. grlrwrn vv'. V. '-,Ax' ' Y M A AY A A -Lx-AL Likilivi in Y 4' -HK? .345 ff:,,,.-nip, an " V3 """ F"-Ns Class Prophesq-Continued ishment influted on Mary Johnson and Clarine Bunch is that of typing exercises cor- rectly down to the last word and then, making an error, are not allowed to cuss a single "damn," Now we reach old P1uto's kingly grotto. He is seated upon his throne, his sceptre in his hand. We are just in time for the kings entertainment. It is in the form of an acrobatic and dancing troupe. We are acquainted with many of them. There is a chorus of six consisting of Alice Woodell and Fish Harrell, Alice Barrow and Rayford Provo, Alice Davis and John Shannonhouse. Evidently ole Pluto favors the f'Alices." The King's favorite is seated on his right. She smiles and winks at us and then we recognized her as our class beauty, Isa Moran. From here we go on down Asphalt Avenue and at the intersection of Brimstone Boulevard whom should we see directing traffic but our own Rives Taylor. He is trying to settle a heated argument between two excited lady motorists. Upon closer scrutiny we find them to be Dorothy Hicks and Camilla Foreman. "Paradise Park" is the label of one of the busses passing. We catch it, interested to see if any of our classmates were able to make the grade to Paradise. We peek in the gate and over the wall, because for some unknown reason we are barred. We see two beautiful statues standing with crossed hands and uplifted eyes. No, they move. Bless our souls, if it isn't St. Nina and St. Bessie. We knew they'd get to Paradise eventually. Gee, there comes one of the keepers. Hope he wont chase us off the wall. He throws someone out on his ear. Sympathetically. we clamber from our perches to help raise the fallen brother. It turns out to be no other than Ruth Lane. But just why she should be thrown out of this heavenly place we fail to see. She carefully explains that she was only trying to get her some angel wings. She had been caught in the act of breaking into Wright Bros. Wing Co. We resume our seats on the wall and discern two spirits walking slowly toward us. They are reading books and pull little express wagons filled with books. Maret Winder is the one with glasses and the one munching potato chips so thoughtfully is her ole pal, Augusta Walker. Here comes a buxom milkmaid. She is singing "Down on the Farm" in a cheery voice. Yes, that's right it's Bessie Markham Lowry. Hearing a fluttering of wings above our heads we look up to see Helen Garrett and Margaret Lassiter flapping their great white wings violently. They are trying to set an endurance record for angels. They seem to have no trouble in staying aloft and look as if they weigh only a few ounces at the most. How different are the shapes which we assume when we dispense mortal upholstering. Elizabeth Greenleaf now claims our attention. We had failed to recognize her before because of her solemn features and her immobile position in a chair. We yell over the wall to her and inquire after her happiness and well-being. She informs us that because of her good works she was allowed entrance into Elysuuim but that she had been deprived of her giggling and still worse, she had to keep still. At this point she almost wept but we threw her a box of Animal Crackers and thus averted a calamity. We consult the guide book once more and, to our surprise, find that we have seen all the members of the class of '30. Our curiosity satisfied, we turn our weary footsteps toward the elevator. We punch the button marked, "Upper World" and soon we find ourselves once more upon the hotel corner. Feeling that we need refreshments, we repair to drugstore for well earned dopes. HELEN HILL SUZANNE MELICK vu ,.- -.-f"""' .. .V ,Q ,fag .A - - V . v-..-- M: kk.i' H V -viw gs.: -- -. -..L ,L . Q..-.-...... A W .V - N E J.. nfsfff 5 5 i i if i .- of 41. .N Last lDill and Cfesiamenl of Class '30 We, the Seniors of nineteen-thirty, in this our last will and testament do irrevocably give and bequeath the following privileges and properties: Item I: To the Juniors: 1. All the Senior privileges they can find. 2. THE SPOTLIGHT accompanied by our most heartfelt sympathy. 3. Our vim, vigor, and Vitality. 4. Our places in the auditorium, in rooms one and two, and in the hearts of the faculty. 5. The care of the shrubbery. Item II: To anyone who will have them: 1. Our Freshman greenness. 2. Our Sophomore supercility. 3. Our Junior know-it-all laziness. 4. Our Senior dignity. Item III: To the various fixtures of this building: 1. To Mary Payne, our courtesy and consideration. 2. To John, the janitor, all our lost fountain pens. 3. To Mr. Hartsell, our English notebooks. 4. To Miss Carroll, 7329 wide-open windows. 5. To Mr. Jones' umbrella. a parting curse. 6. To Miss Turner, Martha to take Russell's place. Item IV: To the individuals specinedz 1. Maret, Susie, Glenna, and Teen-da- to some poor Juniors, their job as candy girls. 2. Tubby to a Junior Romeo, his everlasting affection for Burgess Street. 3. Suzanne to Jane S., her privilege of wisecracking the faculty. 4. Helen Hill to Dail Bembury, her love for Mr. Isenhour. 5. Dorothy to Louise Perry. the square root of her knowledge of Geometry. 6. Mary Heath to Duard Jones, her infectious laugh. 7. Polly Deans and Leon Ganderson to any ten Juniors, their non-stop talking record. 8. Maret, Gusta. and Helen to some equally energetic Juniors their thankless task. 9. Isa to Kathleen, that thing called "it." 10. Rives to J. D. his place in the Latin. class. Duly witnessed, signed, and sworn both to and at, this the first day of June, one thousand nine hundred and thirty. HELEN HILL SUZANNE MELICK ELIZABETH GREENLEAF iTestatorsJ .-W, .4""'-'T""'Xx -f- Q 4 YY . I , V , . X L fi -A', 1 A-A.' 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F- ' 1' I , mg I A .ggi t 21 351 fv if o r A A so 30 Junior Class President - - DELMA WARD Vice President - - WILMA BOYCE Treasurer - - RUPERT COX Colors: Blue and Gold Motto: Esse Quam Videri 5557723 1 H7936 A Junior Class PAULINE BAILEY MARY BALL WILMA BOYCE LUTHER BRITT WILLIAM BROCK GERTRUDE BURGESS EMMA CARTWRIGHT DOROTHY CHAPPELL RUPERT COX ELLIOTT COOKE CHARLIE COOPER LOUISE CULPEPPER NELLIE DAVIDSON WILFORD DAIL EDWARD DAVENPORT FOREST DUNSTAN FRED FEARING HARRY GARD COLEY GREGORY SARAH LEE HARRELL KATHLEEN HARRISON ELIZABETH HARRIS LESSIE HARRIS O'MEARA HENDRICKS WILSON HOLLOWELL PERCY HURDLE DUARD JONES EDNA JOHNSON ISABELLE JENETTE FLORA JOHNSON CAROLYN KRAMER ROBERT KEATS RAYBURN LOWRY ELIZABETH MADRE KATHRYN MILLER MADIE MINTON AUGUSTA IVICPHERSON CARRIE NEWBERN GEORGE OVERMAN WILMA OVERTON MARTHA OUTLAW IVIABEL PERRY EVERETT PEED LOUISE PERRY BETTY PHELPS LELA PRITCHETT LILLIAN PRITCHETT HILDA ROGERS LENNIE ROGERS DOROTHY ROUGHTON JANE SAWYER ETHEL SIMPSON MARY SAWYER ENOCH SANDERLIN HARRY SEELEY ROBERT SPENCE JOSEPHINE SPENCE ALDEN SCARBOROUGH EDNA SCOTT JULIA SKINNER DORIS SEELEY ARCHIE SHANNONHOUSE WALTER SWAIN WESLEY TAFT ROGER TAYLOR DOROTHY TWIFORD MARGARET TWIFORD MAMIE TWIFORD DELMA WARD RAY WILLIAMS MARGARET WHITE TOM WHITE J. 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VVINSLOW OSCEOLA WEST LOUISE WOOD ,u.,, . .. , P is :V --vk 1.2. .,, -.,, LQ.,-52235 ,,:' .- f-'f f-1-gown I Sophmore Class President - - EVELYN DAVENPORT Vice President - - ELEANOR GOODWIN Treasurer - - SELMA MEADS Colors: Purple and Gold Flower: Pansy Motto: Per Aspera Ad Astra .f j A A A 3936 C Sophmore Class JOURNEAY AYDLETT CLYDE AMBROSE CLARENCE BARKLEY ODIS BUNDY IDA MAE BROUGHTON CLARA CARMINE NELLIE CARTER JULIAN COFIELD WILLIAM CARTWRIGHT VERNON CHAPPELL SELMA CHAMBERS EVELYN CORBETT LUTHER CULPEPPER ELDON DAVIS WILLIAM DANIELS ELDON DAVIS PHILLIP DAVIS WINFRED DAVIS LILLIAN DOZIER ALONZO FODREY ELEANOR GOODWIN OLIVER GARD DORIS GARD LITTLETON GIBBS MILTON GRANDY DAVID GRAY WILLIAM HARRIS HAROLD HARRIS BELMA HAYMAN ALICE HETTRICK LINDSAY HOPKINS PELMA HORNER FLORENCE HUGHES WILLIE HILL ROY HURDLE LYDA JENNETTE DOROTHY KERR LEON LAMBERT EDNA LITCHFIELD REX MANN MILDRED MANN CHRISTAMAS METTREY MARJORIE MILLER ELLIOTT MORGAN ELIZABETH MUNDEN MARION MUNDEN MAXINE MORRISETTE HOWARD MIDYETTE EDITH MIDGETTE HAROLD NIXON STELLA OVERMAN ELMER PAYNE EARL PERRY MARJORIE PRITCHARD RAYNOR PRITCHARD HAZEL PENDLETON MARGARET REID CHARLES ROBINSON BLANCHE RIGGS IRVIN ROACH MARGUERITTE SAWYER LUTRELL SAWYER MARY E. SAWYER GEORGE SCOTT FRANK SCOTT JAY SCOTT A. C. SHANNONHOUSE FRANCIS SINGLETON KENNETH SIMONS SARAH SPENCE MARY LEIGH SHEEP RAYMOND TWIDDY EDLA TAYLOR ANNA TAYLOR GRACE TAYLOR JULIA UNDERWOOD RUTH ALICE WARD JOHN WATSON RAYMOND WILLIAMS WEYMOUTH WEST HOLLAND WILLIAMS LOUIS WILLEY WOODROW WRIGHT LLOYD WOOD , A- f -' 'N 1' 'Nw ,.. - . Q .1 3 fig+sff7f2e1-!?UoZ?'zZ772?'i 1 v.-l,," - J Q '-,'v V V I F v "" H+-A.+.Mg,, . .--4.-l. .,.., 'li x .Y ,YQ ' V .,.,V-, in VV 1 if . '-ff X, KT Vxi lx in . .. . , ,...--.--r,,,, .,., . ,-.. - .Q . . . ,I Freshman Class President - - - WILLARD SAWYER Vice President - Treasurer - - - ..... - ROSE SAWYER Flower: American Beawty Motto: Work Conquers Everything ,-PAWS., is fgfw T A ,, ,, , lp min, V i ug: f24?4 Las Freshman Class MARGARET ANDERSON BOBBY BARRETT DORIS BAGLEY LUCY BRIGHT , DARVIN BUNDY SHELTON BUNCH HELEN CARTWRIGHT FLORA CHAPPELL ESTELLE COX BILL CULPEPPER JACK CARTWRIGHT GRAHAM COMMANDER HAZEL COHOON CARSON DAVIS ROBERT DANIELS MAXINE DANIELS THOMAS DAVENPORT SAM DAVIS CHARLES DAVIS HAUGHTON EHRINGHAUS WALLACE FAIRFIELD WARNER FEARING ELIZABETH GRIFFIN MYRTLE GREGORY EDWARD GANDERSON HERBERT HARRIS EDNA HANCOCK FRANCES HARRIS CORA HILL ANABELLE HOLLOWELL FAITH HITE FRED HORTON GRACE JOHNSON A SELBY JONES MARGARET KRAMER LOCKWOOD LASSITER JUDITH LANE ENOCH LUDFORD MARGARET LeROY ' DELLA MAE LISTER .I P NANCY REID LOVE FRANK MORAN MIRIAM MEIGGS A JOHN WOOD MILLER LEONARD NELSON CLAIBORNE NIXON HOWARD OVERMAN WILSON OWENS HELEN PARKER FRANCES PAPPENDICK THOMAS PEELE MARGARET PERRY ARTHUR PELL WOODROW PRICE GLADYS PRITCHARD EDWARD PUGH JAMES PROVO HELEN REICHLE WILLIS ROBERTS BERTIE RIGGS I WILLARD SAWYER WALTER SAWYER ROSE SAWYER WILLIAM SAWYER ROGER SHANNONHOUSE WALTER SMALL SUSIE SPRUILQ, MAUDE SHERLOCK MILDRED SIMPSON HAZEL STOKES GEORGE TWIDDY Lf-:ROY TAYLOR EARL WEEKS ANDREWS WHITE SARAH WILLIAMS CLAUDE WHITE JOHN WINSLOW MAXWELL BRIGHT ROSTON WHITE la,f""x ya., V -X mr, VAV' it L 1 "' .A . ,,,1,.A,.2:f- L H- ,-. 'i,, -A-LQQQLIQ .-," ji ',.A, 3712 A:QVA.'.f1.1 A A illll 75.4 ' X . A ,, ,W,.,,,,,,,,,F,y ug my ., A ' ' Q, ' 31 - A. 'pl Ss 1 2 2 5 iff if .l 6 ,.-'Q if A ' ,,,, if 1 'if ' 1, :Agni I HEAR That Jo Howard will soon have the "Navy Blues." That some Senior girls think that "You're a Blufferf' Tubby. That Polly is a "Sweetheart of Sigma Chi." That an A on Senior Eng- lish is "Just a Memory." land so is the Jr. banquetl Augusta telling Cyrus 'Tm living on a Diet of Love." That the candy girls are go- ing to sell "Animal Crackers for the freshmen. vu I That Isabelle is "Satisfied 1 .,. ' when she's with Forest. JH That Dora thinks "Honey n is "Sweeter Than Sweet." N. Helen Hill saying "I ain't got "Nobody" cause "A Good Man is Hard to Find." That Elliott Morgan has "Gotta Great Big Date with a Little Bitta Girl." CMartha I7 ,W 9 1 '1 . . f f Il 1, I I N l f, f ig-31. I- fx b . 1 af Berry? I1 I . L That Glenna is in love with "Sam the Old Accordian ffurniturel Man." That Edith is jealous "When You're With Somebody Else." Blades. That it wouldn't hurt Mr. Isenhour to 'tSmile a Little Bit." That Mr. Davis would like to ask "What Are You Wait- ing For, Mary?" That Eleanor is "The Only One" for Eddie Bell. 4 . , if .nw , , K, 'ZH -- V ,. . -4! Q A . 4.89 Y ... 1 . 5Wff if ' 53 ' 1 X 1 1' ' L H RGANFIZATIUNS L-,Aw 1: , .Km avg, .nl Affxflwx, fl,l f -X-"v-. Z, 'J' .,-. '- ff., 'u W. , 'L , V.: ?wfx'v 41 "1 1 .:4 mg, 'vu' Q ,V- . ,. fl-'v' '1 n .Arg 1 - ,uf ...W - Q r' 3 J U N .mul I. jw 'A f'l I .- N' A ' 1 f 1 xx x '-bw' 1 . I,- .shy u':. Uf . ,.L,,A ,U xn 4 '.5g.'-. I r 11- li -,v.' 'f "n 1. ' ,.L.,,l ,W-A ,- ,'.L.,. . :" ' ,c LN'-' .-. . , f , .'.' 4 x ' 1 1 - ,x. 4 1 v --s - - , m 'X ff .-1 W 'f' . .lg ,-f, I,-XJ, 1 A f HQ : IQ " - J, 1. 'Y , . 1 'A' 1 ,xq .H . ' 1 5,4 z . ., ., ffl? . Ml 1 Sn-1.' 'H' 1 .,1 ' f 1 J. L'!l.1' 1 ' - 'A -,.A l A' s. I .- - aiiiiii. .1. f ":'7 --PV" F ' A'A' :Ti ':-, 5,535 '-V,':, 1-355.4 .gl-3:.Q,1,5.5a55g U N3z2g::f-Igiqqfs?Qiifiaei:- , ..:a:3g:zf:- ..1:1., 'NS' 3' 1,551 -V ' :': 1.... .... i :W A J 1 I .. 5 imwgl k,.i ilvlww-'nur 1929 Football Cfearn JOHN JOHNSON - RAYMOND WILLIAMS EVERETT PEED - RAYFORD PROVO - ROLLINS DANIELS BOBBY LEWIS - GEORGE SCOTT - PHILLIP DAVIS - - HAROLD NIXON - CARL SCARBOROUGH - BILL HARRIS - - GEORGE HUNSUCKER - - - BENSON DAVIS .,.... n -- ,Q , Managers. Fish Harrell and Tubby Sawyer. Cox, Willard Sawyer, Raymond Twiddy, - - Center - Right Guard - Left Guard - Right Tackle - Left Tackle - Right End - - Left End - Quarterback Right Halfback - Left Halfback - - Fullback - - Coach Assistant Coach Substitutes: Lutrell Sawyer, Shelton Cooper, Reybwrn Lowry, J. D. Winslow, Rupert Clayburn Nixon, Rex Mann and Elliott M rgan. WIISOH 8 .................. E. C. H. S. 0 Ahoskie 0 .................. E. C. H. S. 81 Aulander 12 ...... ...... E . C. H. S. 6 Oceana 0 ...... ..... E . C. H. S. 18 Poplar Branch 0 ..... .... E . C. H. S. 19 Washington 7 ..... E. C. H. S. 25 Greenville 0 ....,.......,... E. C. H. S. 44 Edenton 0 -.,, ..... E . C. H. S. 18 Total points -211. Opponents-27 Davis scored 120 points in eight games. E. C. H. S. percentage-.750. ,V ,.,1,.'f -i:.fV.,.. 3l H I rM..-.... . . .. v ii I 5 5 5 DORA WELLS - - MILDRED MANN - - MARGARET SIMPSON DORIS WILKINS IDA K. NICHOLSON - HELEN HILL - - MARY H. LEWIS - DORA WELLS - HELEN HILL - - NEULAH RAPER - DOROTHY TURNER Qirl's Basketball CTC-iam - - - Center - Right Forward - Left Forward - Center Guard - Right Guard - Left Guard - - - Captain - - Team-Manager - Business Manager ------Coach Substitutes: Mary F. Williams, Rennie Williams, Rose Sawyer, Eleanor Goodwin, and Doris Gard. f , ,A ,A4,. A,,. .- 1 , t , - r s s ss s n sa f 1 ' ' I ' 1 .- ,1 .A,. 5 ,vlrlb 5 ,YQI , V V 'f,'f'..3 5' ,Wg - Wi5'f m-33,1 as . ..,, .... -... ,,,.. Q . .1- wz-:eg imma- IR! q, 1' :IQ Mi 9 'Q-1.1 . 4 ,jk mise 7 Q Saba .- f , Aw Boq's Basketball Team CLYDE AMBROSE - - Center PHILLIP DAVIS - - Right Forward RUSSELL EVANS - - Left Forward JOHN JOHNSON - - Right Guard RAYFORD PROVO RIVES TAYLOR - - Left Guard GEORGE HUNSUCKER - - - Coach BENSON DAVIS - - - Assistant Coach FISH HARRELL - .... - - - - Manager TUBBY SAWYER ........,,,,.... Manager Substitutes: Harry Midgette, Blades Foreman, T. C. Sawyer, Bobby Lewis, J. D. Winslow, and Oliver Guard. Chowan 17 --- .... E. C. H. S. 10 Washington 7 --- ....... E. C. H. 18 MOyOCk 10 --- .... E. C. H. S. 13 Farmville 17 ..... .... E . C. H. S. 8 Faculty 10 --- .... E. C. H. S. 11 Hertford 17 ,,,,--... .... E . C. H. S. 34 Faculty 13 .... .... E . C. H. S. 6 Roanoke Rapids 16 --- .... E. C. H. S. 17 Farmville 24 ...... .... E . C. H. S. 12 Hertford 18 ........ .... E . C. H. S. 20 EdeI1t0n 14 ........ .... E . C. H. S. 15 Faculty 10 ...... .... E . C. H. S. 13 Roanoke Rapids 18 --- .... E. C. H, S, 7 Kinston 16 ,-,,,,, -,.. E . C. H. S. 17 Kinston 24 ................. E. C. H. S. 16 Washington 25 --- .... E. C. H. S. 20 Total Points-237. Opponents-257. Percentage-.563. ....,, .... , , ,, 'v.'-A I In "AA'i""'1'A'1'AQ:':1it 1 : ' ...af-fi 35,6 ""'A""11f'4AfA'l1""'1'A'::14" -'1"'1"A"1 ' ' 'A""'A':"' 1 ':"1' :ifi ' Qf1'- E. ll!! , . I-ua , r- 4 5, e--3 ,W f ,nfs I i i r K 1 WILLARD SAWYER - RUPERT COX - - O'MEARA HENDRICKS SHELTON COOPER - LUTRELL SAWYER - PHILLIP DAVIS fc? - JOHN JOHNSON - WILFRED DAIL - LITTLETON GIBBS - EARL PERRY - - GEORGE HUNSUCKER BENSON DAVIS - - FISH HARRELL - TUBBY SAWYER - Baseball Team Substitutes: Fred Fearing, Rayford Provo, Charlie Cooper, T. T. Fearing, Russell Evans, Clayburn Nixon, and Elliott Morgan. 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I cis C if if H Fl Eizabethan Plaqers President - - - - - HELEN HILL Vice President - - SUZANNE MELICK Sceretary - - - RENNIE WILLIAMS Treasurer - , HUGH SAWYER TSJEE A A 'v"'JAY930J A R' Vhw' A -AA1:V',""1 1 A L' i Z3-gf unix ,- 'PA A BOBBIE BARRETT ALICE BARROW ELSIE BARTLETT EDDIE BELL MARTHA BERRY WILMA BOYCE LUCY BRIGHT EMMA CARTWRIGHT JACK CARTWRIGHT RUPERT COX MAXINE DANIELS ROBERT DANIELS ALICE DAVIS EVELYN DAVENPORT RUTH DAVENPORT FOREST DUNSTAN PAULINE DEANS HAUGHTON EHRINGHAUS BLADES FOREMAN CAMILLA FOREMAN DORIS GARD GLENNA GLOVER ELEANOR GOODWIN DAVID GRAY ELIZABETH GREENLEAF MYRTLE GREGORY HEYWOOD HARRELL KATHLEEN HARRISON EDAN HANCOCK HELEN HILL WILLIE HILL FAITH HITE ANNABELLE HOLLOWELL WILSON HOLLOWELL DORIS HOPKINS FLORENCE HUGHES DUARD JONES FLORA JOHNSON MARGARET KRAMER MARY HEATH LEWIS SUZANNE MELICK MILDRED MANN HAZEL MILLER members KATHRINE MILLER EDITH MIDGETTE ISA MORAN ELLIOTT MORGAN ELIZABETH MUNDEN FRANK MORAN IDA CATHERINE NICHOLSON MILDRED NEWBERN MARTHA OUTLAW LOUISE PERRY MARY RAPER HUGH SAWYER JANE SAWYER LUTRELL SAWYER ROSE SAWYER T. C. SAWYER WALTER SAWYER ARCHIE SHANNONHOUSE ROBERT SPENCE ROGER SHANNONHOUSE MARY LEIGI-I SHEEP MARGARET SIMPSON MILDRED SIMPSON MAUDE SHERLOCK WALTER SMALL LEROY TAYLOR RIVES TAYLOR EDLA TAYLOR DICK THOMPSON AUGUSTA WALKER DELMA WARD TOM WHITE MARGARET WHITE DORIS WILKINS EARL WEEKS MARY F. WILLIAMS RENNIE WILLIAMS SARAH WILLIAMS OSCEOLA WEST MARGARET WINDER LOUISE WOOD WOODROW WRIGHT f if MMM ..X 5, ig fi -'-f:-,1: ' "A ' E Ni1,i5i:.'iig1z,iife,ef1iffff.,m 1 TL, X--N E MD' N 'S - 1 E ,-,' "'. u f5',3'f5'-j'Z"2 .'-- Zi., ,. A , , , .. ,.,,,1:4. .1,: , . ,,.,..1.. ,. i,,,,. -. 4.-154 A, L.- ' ' ' " ' ELI? ABB H L TY Triangular Debaters QUERY: Resolved, That North Carolina should adopt the proposed Constitutional Amendment which gives the Legislature power to classify property for taxation. V AFFIRMATIVE NEGATIVE MARGARET WINDER HUGH SAWYER JOHN PEELE TOM WHITE Coach: MARGARET VAN HORN VICTORIES Affirmative won over Edenton Negative won over Hertford LM- . , R, :flu . g, .4 I "mr- ', -. " f 'Fail IH , 1 , : 'L' I F ','z'5'i,-'5-EH'-'5:'.f:1' z ,mmf 'A S aa - ff 22.1 , il Gjirl's Qlee Club - .1-, President - - - - RENNIE WILLIAMS Secretary-Treasurer - - - HELEN HILL SOPRANOS ALTOS ELSIE BARTLETT MARTHA BERRY . NELLIE CARTER MAXINE DANIELS EVELYN DAVENPORT MYRTLE GREGORY WILLIE HILL LYDA JENNETTE HELEN JORDAN DELLA LISTER EDITH MIDGETTE HAZEL MILLER KATHERINE MILLER ELIZABETH MUNDEN MARY RAPER HELEN RICHLIE MAUDE SHERLOCK IVIARY SAWYER MILDRED SIMPSON ANNA TAYLOR EDLA TAYLOR DELMA WARD EMMA CARTWRIGHT HELEN HILL ANNABELLE HOLLOWELL DORIS HOPKINS FLORENCE HUGHES NANNY REID LOVE STELLA OVERMAN MARGARET SAWYER MARGARET SIMPSON FRANCES SINGLETON MARY FRANCES WILLIAMS MARY LEIGH SHEEP RENNIE WILLIAMS SARAH WILLIAMS LOUISE WOOD I., K , - .'.' , 1V4-1 ',.' ',,. iffy- .'V7 MARS' , E A 4 ia v H' ' ,IWW jiip aww!! 5,4111 M 1 MMG sf 1 I Boq's Qlee Club BOBBY LEWIS PHILIP DAVIS ELDON DAVIS HUGH SAWYER HEYWOOD HARRELL ELLIOTT MORGAN TOM WHITE RIVES TAYLOR WILSON HOLLOWELL ARCHIE SHANNONHOUSE JOHN WATSON FOREST DUNSTAN LUTRELL SAWYER DUARD JONES .. X. A A ,X U I ff T3 ml pr, . M-6423 -514 I xrnf - fry Q C. C. C. President - - - - - CLARINE BUNCH Vice President - - THELMA CARTWRIGHT Secretary-Treasurer - - - - RUTH LANE Reporter - - - - SYBIL ALEXANDER EMMA CARTWRIGHT SALLY DAVIS DELBERT DUDLEY HARRY GARDE LITTLETON GIBBS MARY JOHNSON SARA LEE HARRELL MARGARET LASSITER ELIZABETH MADRE CATHERINE MILLER GEORGE OVERMAN MABEL PERRY RAYFORD PROVO LILLIAN PRITCHETTE LELA PRITCHETTE DOROTHY ROUGHTON HILDA RODGERS BESSIE SAWYER JOHN SHANNONHOUSE HAZEL SILVERTHORN ETHEL SIMPSON JOSEPHINE SPENCE WILMA TILLETT NINA TURNER MAMIE TWIFORD HOLLAND WILLIAMS RAY WILLIAMS ALICE WOODELL f A , v xeug IOO 7-I I I s s i Q ' General Aihletic Association President - - JOHN JOHNSON Secretary-Treasurer - - PHILIP DAVIS 'Q' -I 1. mf . w 'g.-4.- f K 1 r . 1 1.11- i ... vx. , .. I.. , . I. " ""f. '. , .4 , A ,'.f I 5,4 Ll," ', W'-4-.1 .. ' 'Wjfif-f:55,'g. J. "IA 'I .'f"1'Ml'G,l.f. f iv, .gjllh 'gf 'f w. '- '.'4x1- vm." , 4.5 ,Q 'Q 'mmf' 4 . .I!i.N . N -w ' w.'v7::X.'s.-P 'A ff' .- "LEM, Q .w "W ii". f 'I X . H ,. , . . 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U , f.r': : ,lf X lf'-l"'A' xr . .-1'. . , . uf 1 ' !'Y ' 11 I L . f I N1 f 4 f f A14 PIECIIAILTJUES r Editor-in-Chief - Business Manager - Managing Editor - Art Editor - - Mailing Editor - SUZANNE MELICK ALICE BARROW RENNIE WILLIAMS MARGARET SYMONS Spotlight Staff EDITORIAL STAFF ELIZABETH GREEN LEAF RU'I'H DAVENPORT ADVERTISING STAFF SUSIE BELL MARY RAPER - MARGARET WINDER - AUGUSTA WALKER - - - HELEN HILL - HOWARD STEVENS - MARTHA BERRY GLENNA GLOVER RUSSELL EVANS POLLY DEAN S JOHN SHANNONHOUSE V ,,. L- - . - .5 - :1'- --2."'i f f' -"' f-H "'-'V' 'Q . .5fi1'- :S J P' "" 17"7'5""- ' .E '-.f ' --" :511 2 f"'V 7? . I 2 ,Q 'e'2-qr.1g:31-ag.-1-i' .. . "N--.... 1 D. I l - .N . 1 . A Q.: .. ,- .'1,,.j,-If'Q,1'fj3jj?..,TNN ? Q-wg-H52 ' -"' 1 -"' V E. P-11" um, , . . .. .... g .V V. -- V .-- Qirl's Basketball Team A goal! The game! Victory! The championship! Well might this be said of the final game of the season when Elizabeth City High School and Washington High School were scrapping it out for the honor of claiming part of the Northeastern North Carolina High School Girls Basketball Championship. The final count was 16-14 with the E. C. H. S. girls on the big end of the score. By winning this game our girls share the conference championship with the Con- way sextette with a percentage of .875. A standing percentage of 917 was the record of the 1929-1930 team. The girls' basketball season was undoubtedly the most successful in the memory of the students. Coach Dorothy Turner was chiefly responsible for the success of the team and her splendid coaching pulled the girls through many tight places. Captain Dora. Wells, center and forward on the crack sextette, played her best and last basketball season of her career for the old school. Captain Wells was high scorer of the season with 190 of her team's 342 points to her credit. Mann and Simpson, although out of several games because of injuries and illness, came next in line for scoring honors with 80 and 30 points, respectively. Wilkins with 26 points, Lewis twelve, and Gard two completed the score. Regular guards were Hill, Lewis, Nicholson, and M. F. Williams. These red-hot guards played the greatest season of their careers by holding Best City's opposing sharp- shooters to 205 points. 1 Edenton 4-- The Score of the Games -- .... E. C. H. S. 49 7 2 Hertford 15 .... .... E . C. H. S. 24 8 3 Plymouth 16 .... .... E . C. H. S. 31 9 4 Conway 18-- -E. C. H. S. 22 10 5 EdentOn 5 .... .... E '. C. H. S. 36 11 6 Hetrford 16 ---- ----E. C. H. S. 22 12 Town Tearn 15 ..,, -,.. E . Greenville 30- - Washington 17 ..... ..... E . Conway 33 .... .... E . Greenville 22-- Washington 14 ----- ----E. 1 C. H. S. 37 C. H. S. 31 C. H. S. 30 C. H. S. 16 C. H. S. 28 C. H. S. 16 x , v '.v -K. x x ff x fQwx f I .Zu A N i.. , I 'J' ' ' My ' A Ii ,Qi -.,. K 7 I ,, i P X X I , ,,ff4f5f qfvj 3 . 5 26, .v ff? .fx K y H2-272512 Ji, K' 'fa' VV nvgfgfk V p .o,' 2 9 KA ggnse-F J., L Ty TATTET 'I' 1 L, H1 fl ,,ZlL.H: L p u 'if' :K 51 RLS, X I 'V,! V , , jxlzf. 2gtmEfl0f1SSOCldfQ i " i '1l?2' yy W. fl . I f 2J01nfVWnne1fs 5 ,,,f' I ',! lf! " 'Q CON , f '- 1 K 'lg 'ju XEUZ. V '43 X fl K! 4, U. 4. gli .fl 1 jf 2 , Af 1 Xl? ict Az f Ev X 1 S' X ,, .4 . , E x.iA,,uwf , , Y "'-nyQ....4 , ,, X, -3-31' . .af N. ' V ...mm f A pf ,N . ,,.,. U- - I 1 - ,,,, -...---V'-f Qxh, -.Q V I , , i,.,n, V A '35"R' b g Q' ' , Q "A' "":f::"' " 1 1"1' '1"""""' 'A"A:"11' Miss Van Horn teaches English, sentence and theme. She also coaches the debating team. Mr. Hodges came to us the last half of the year. He teaches algebra and arithmetic and we think he Next is Dorothy Turner with her French air. She has quite a time with that wave in her hair. Miss Williams teaches algebra and does she get a thrill When anybody mentions Carolina or Chapel Hill! fond of boating, too. We're often fo-rced to wonder if he will not join the Crewe. law- F . X likes it here. ,-, ' x K - ff if x erin ' 5 Fred Isenhour teaches Science and he's x l H 'Nix Head of the Business Department is Mrs. Evelyn Crewe. She handles quite efficiently A job big enough for two. Hunswcker teaches Scienceg he's the stuff from which girl's dreams are made. His hobby's athiecics and he's been with the boys ' in all the games they've played. ' "Sing Folderol, sing Folderolf' we hear Mrs. Rigdon say. But after waiting many weeks. We saw the glee club play. Then finally let us say a word or two, we often see Sam Williams and John his helper - without them where'd we be? A "WQ ' ,'.. .'q- W ' A J' fi "-i1 -fi fA-,' . ' ' , 12345. ,3 ina., A ' Piano - Saxophones Violins - Drum - Director - Orchestra - ALICE DAVIS - WILFRED DALE, ELLIOTT COOKE, THELMA CARTVVRIGHT, ROBERT SPENCE STELLA OVERMAN, NANNIE REID LOVE, BOBBY ELLIOTT JOHN PEELE, MARTHA OUTLAW, MAXINE MORRISETTE - WALTER SWAIN - MISS MINNIE NASH . I : K n . r . .e . QQ af .- Red Leiter Daqs of E. C. H. S. Sept. Nov. Nov. Nov. 28- Dec. Dec. Dec. Jan. Jan. Jan. Jan. Jan. Jan. Feb. Feb. March March March March March April April April May May June June Juvember School started. .Juniors elected officers, Holiday for teachers. Thanksgiving holidays. First meeting of student council. Christmas holidays began. Mr. Payne left E. C. H. S. Started New Year, off right with one session. Mr. Hodges arrived at E. C. I-I. S. Dramatic Club organized. Sophs elected officers. "It Can't Be Done," presented by Dramatic Club. Exams started. New term began One session ffirst in new year because of rainb. Boy's basketball team went on trip to Raleigh. Girl's basketball team won half a cup. Seniors were measured for caps and gowns. Senior statistics voted on. "Her Step Husband" presented by Dramatic Club. Mr. Jones' banquet. Debaters left for Chapel Hill. Easter holidays began. Senior kid's day. Exams began. Senior Class night. Graduation. Junior-Senior banquet. ' , ' . 0 . 'TX 7 - N w I U fi fs I -' Q '.',. .ff.,' "-, I,?,.ff.J - ' . ' --v-.. W . .: 9 '.A, N, LN 'Ili 1 -.i , ,:,A f - .-.,. , Y. v-4, go-ef"'f'1 53' ,,f.f'.1.,,,," ff.. ,A x"""' - W 5-'1 I 5 Wil ' 5-an md: - 1 gems Wg? ii mi s,f4c,x-13 X4 74- i . i 4 4 V i l I 1 1 L I r r . x, 1, A rf 1-f f4 www 1 ,V -c,.,..X..hQff, A Student Council President - - BOBBY LEWIS Secretary .... - - MILDRED MANN LOCKWOOD LASSITER ISABELLA JEANETTE WILMA BOYCE LUCY BRIGHT HELEN HILL L JOSEPHINE SPENCE OSCAR WILLIAMS HAUGHTON EHRINGHAUS WALTER SMALL ff55T??ifgZ6efiffg2ZjZ5Z?QQg5ZZZ3fi Zgzivigfffwx A - l, qgj M, , m if H EEE lax 4 aAf w f if wwxggb .,', .- z, , ,-f. 2 f- ,Y . '-3 f--" N .- KQ DELBERTRENNIE XQUSiE'KUSSELL QU W, . ,W , 'IKE' K- ?6 iff? iv 1, ffm? XXX., ' XA? ., .f .- "1 M 4 ' N 1 , ex-PS., 1-Q51-9 I 1"f' Qkrgg Cggggg? -I-" gf I V 1 ff 1 I . 1- HQNEYQDOQA 5? sf K ,1 1 ,lf Xlzlfly XX g m,,,5gr,1 sw Ng 5.4 X9 A HL WX '31 JW' "ESQ WL-f' 1' ,PL 1:-4: M, 1 . TUBBY-MFKRGFXRET 4 , Q3 Lil Sl T' ii , ,W Q Q sLQ'.'gg,x f7'!W"l, i. A 2 Wfwgk wane ? I wkfkh ' - 'K J:232:3TE rz4F1 TUBBY 'QUQFXNNE A cv' , 1 5 Q92 aw "L fg bfW 7. iff sees . 499' iggww ', HELEN'RUSSELL P ,ixw W W am ,xfxgfy ,LL AT ALA A L AUGUSTA' RIVES ,,f41ff235q if . ? , ML- A 6 1, 3 a 5 EQ , ' f --uv ' lx , . 1.'TTfZf"if'f'7"' ' 5.3521 ' .f2A5",1e-3T2g--- ,iw E+ A es-fgwf SUZFXNNE-FISH Y If X rf x Q V ly 1 f 1 v 5 . 1, 5 v I: Z .v ff ,'-iwlkf' , 1 . .PT I-v 9555: ' 5 1 Jr r, 'ts' '. 1 lk . Q x I . 1' X w5fw1QWARD sffgiw :KM .abr Qppy cle lucky Prewy ischevious Il' Aflfllejrl C. , 1, , S QLSFMM, M S wee To kc+i've mev-qe-HC Requlor' Cjuqs Sorcaslric Q LEN'BOBBV 14 "f"' 1' P .',u eg i-:' "jj-sign MMM' it -1--f " E1 '1 ' -- ' . Q Reasons lDhq '30 will Go Down ln Hisiorq By Helen Hill Other classes may come and go but '30 will go on forever for from its ranks have come the most famous graduates of this worthy institution. They will spread the fame of '30 abroad in every field of endeavor because of their potential possibilities. First of course, is our Editor, Margaret Winder. She's the man behind the guns when it comes to running the Spotlight and she makes her staff step lively. Besides being a great newspaperwoman, she is one of the world's best debaters. It's useless to argue with her. Then there's Tubby Sawyer who can "kill" a saxophone. He could make a wooden Indian dance. He has played in numerous orchestras and has won widespread fame as a musician. Next we have our stellar athlete and three-letter man, Honey Johnson. He excels in all forms of athletics that the school affords. The big league baseball teams are missing a lot by not having Honey on their batting lists. After him it might be well to mention Dora Wells, captain of the championship girls' basketball team and high-scorer for the past two years. Dora is the best basket-ball player E. C. H. S. has ever produced. The terpsichorean celebrity from the class of '30 is Rennie Williams. Rennie can both sing and dance, but is better known for her dancing. She can do the classical kind and the jazzy kind or any other kind. She's really a wonder. Broadway ain't seen nothing yet! Just wait till Rennie gets up there. After Rennie comes Fish Harrell, the greatest manager who ever was. Fish could manage anything. The only fly in his soup is the high cost of baseballs but nevertheless, he always manages to make both ends meet. Along with Fish we have another manager, 'Gusta Walker. She manages the business end of the Spotlight and manages to keep everybody out of her little red book where she has her staff all rated. There is Russell Evans who has so many various accomplishments that we don't know in what line he is best. He may become an eminent physicist or a mathematician and he may devote himself to editing the sport column in the Daily Advance. He's sure to make good in one of these as he is already an authority in all these. Then who doesn't know Suzanne Melick, famous for her wit and humor and her piano playing? She is the wittiest person in our class and can always ind something to laugh at. After Suzanne we might mention Bobby Lewis, the big blond who has so much power over women. That isn't all Bobby is well known forg he played end on the football team and sang bass in that famous Jones' Glee Club. Our choice for masculine pwlchritude is Joe Howard Stevens, None of the girls can make any time with him however, for his heart is at N. C. C. W. Besides being blessed with good looks, Howard is also the artist of the class. For a sample of his ability at dreaming just look at the Senior Statistic page. Our female beauty is Isa Moran, and the "face that launched a thousand ships" has nothing on hers. She has been winning beauty contests ever since she entered high school. - Of course these are not all by any means, but lack of space prohibits any more of this panegyric. , ff, R , , .,,..x- ' . o . "fb -'A-" 1 ",' Vjf"'i- 'f"-f..., ,4.,.,- 5 xi Migmm Ivqnq f l JV' '." ' A '-.': i '-'..1 1 .- ,1"f sw- f:,,mWXm 0 7' sag ' 'i 1 M : r p rae 'ml' .-.gs-q2,5agwm1.g,g, A '. ,'-V' 1- ' - I W" ----... Of superintendents we've the best, He's interested in everything. But we all know what he likes best And that's to hear his Glee Club Mr. Hartsell ru-ns the school, The Students and the faculty, But when at home with wife and son, He's just another man, youfll see. sing. Mr. Casper teaches math and science quite industriously. His interests are in Math and Hsh and Greenville which makes three. X-N Miss Carroll's She's the very you know. a good English teacher we'1l say, one to get up a play. Now here's to Miss Whaley who can cook and sew, The way to man's heart's through his stomach, Our history teacher and librarian is Mrs. Clinkscales you see. She's a jolly good sport in every way and she knows her History. Miss Dunlap teaches Laftin and A she teaches us to say, Many things in Latin, but she X says most often, "Tacite!" Miss Payne teaches Civics and History too, She censors as childish f' ' what We say and do. Now Benson Willis Davis teaches English and Latin three. He's a born mountaineer and gets "tres mal de mer" when he goes out to sea. Mr. Hodges: "What is a board foot?" Mary Leigh Sheep: "It's the lower end of a wooden leg." Mr. Davis tshaking Bobby Barrettl: "I think the very devil has got hold of you." Bobby: "I think so myself." Miss Dunlap: "Susie, is there anything yo-u can do better than anyone else." Susie: "Sure, read my own writing." T. C.: "The engine is missing." Milly: "Thats all right. It doesn't show." Polly: Miss Carroll, how long can I live without brains." Miss Carroll: "That remains to be seen." Mr. Hartsell: ':Is this your father's signature?" Tubby: "Nearest I could get to it." Rives: "Who originated the first prop- osition?" Russell: "Noah" Rives: "How's that." Russell: "He constructed an arc B. C." Tubby: 'Tm going to sue Mr. Hartsell for libel." Fish: "Why?" Tubby: "He wrote on my English paper, 'You have bad relatives and antecedentsf " Miss Carroll: "Hugh, Ilm tempted to keep you in four hours." Tubby: "Yield no-t to temptation." Mr. Isenhour: ':Edna, have you writ- ten up your experiment?" Y Edna: fSilent, translating French and doesn't want to be distu'rbed.J Mr. Isenhour: "Edna Mae Scott, have you written up your experiment?" Edna: "Frederick Sinclair Isenhour. No." ' Margaret: "Aw shut up! You're the biggest dunce in the room." Miss Dunlap: :'Children, children, don't forget that I'm in here." Bobby: "Well, professor, I don't be- lieve in kissing myself." Mr. Casper: "No, I generally prefer some one else." Sufzzanne was sitting with her feet stretched far into the aisle and was busily chewing gum when Miss Turner espied her. "Suzanne," she called sharply, "take the gum out of your rnoulth and put your feet in." Joke Editor: "Have you heard my last joke?', Student: "Mighty glad to hear it's your last." , The Seniors get all the credit, The school gets all the fame, The printer gets all the money, But the staff gets all the blame. Alice Barrow: "Alice, what are you going to do in your old age?" Alice Davis: "Graduate" Hugh: "He left the club because some- one told a story he didn't approve of." Sweet Young Thing: "Oh, how noble of him! What was the story?" i'How did you come out in your test?" "I knocked 'em cold." "Hows that?" "I got zero." Mr. Casper: "What? You can't answer that question! Why, when George Wash- ington was your age, he was a surveyor." Houghton Ehringhaus: "Yes, sir, and when he was your age, he was President of the United States." Bl. G. BIQRRISETTE K CQ. Complete Home lfurniturers CASH-lf You Have lt. CREDIT-If You XYant lt. D. WALTER HARRIS "Clothier for High School Students" be Earniill Q1 3 I vmyrz THE HOME PAPER OF THE ALBEMARLE FIRST: XYith School News FlRST--- VYith Home and State News FIRST- XYith lYorld News FIRST-L In the Regard and Affection of the People of its Section. The Home Newspaper For Home Folks. VVhen You Start a Home Start THE DAILY ADVANCE THE FIRST 81 CITIZENS NATIONAL BANK ELIZABETH CITY, NORTH cfxRoL1NA Established 1891 Two Kinds of Interest-Personal 81 47h CHESSON MFG. CO., Inc. For Hardware Lumber, Millwork, Nlfindows, CULPEPPER HDXYU CO D o o r s , F r a m e s , S h in gl e s , ,vvw.,,,,,,,w-,.,,.,.,,,.,,,,.,,,,,, LATHS, ETC, For Amusements Elizabeth City, N. C. 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