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

 - Class of 1934

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College for Women History, Mathematics VIVIEN BRYAN TURNER B. S. Degree St. Mary's College Harrisonburg Teachers College, WI. JULIAN EDWIN AYDLETT A. B. Degree Wake Forest College Latin WILMA HOWELL GARNER A. B. Degree A Queens-Clzecora College M. A. Degree University of North Carolina Mathematics LORIMER WILLARD MIDGETT A. B. Degree University of North Carolina English ELIZABETH MAJETTE PARKER A. B. Degree North Carolina College for Women Shorthand, Typing, Commercial English RUTH MELVILLE SAMPLE A. B. Degree M ereclflth College Mathematics, Physical Geography LAURENOE WILSON Ross A. B. Degree U nioersity of North Carolina French, Latin, Librarian WILLIE FRANK BLACKMORE B. S. and LL. B. Degrees Wake Forest College Mathematics, Physics, Science ATHEY GRAVES GILLASPIE B. S. Degree Lynchburg College M. A. and Ph. D. Degrees Dulce University Mathematics, Physics, Science FRED WEYMOUTH DAVIS B. S. and M. S. Degrees Uunrerslty of North Carolina Chemistry, Biology ELIZABETH PASCO CHAPPELL B. S. Degree North Gfcrolina College for Women Home Economics GEORGE EUGENE HUNSUCKER B. S. Degree North Carolina State College Science, Physical Education s sf see-see fr,-771351,-.., msg...,-....:9-:1f:1::-fa7---'--A- ff .mfw f3Z7?vf iw me -ff My 1'-v 'mf 'V A-""' "' Z Z WM W Wy? J ? W ,A,,,,,, , ,,, , lf a Z fr W .ffl W4,,,,4 , 02' , ,A ,, ,.A., .'ff as WIWjhIM?,w--. -7- ..,,. M5 ....,47.M..,y,-W,W...........i.,.,.sV,.W ...,..,,,,., ,W.,W7,.,.,7..,,.,.,W,.,.,.s..W .... 7 N ..,. WW...,,,7,..,,.7f.s.,,, f ,.,.. ,,., WW? ,,,,,,, ,,,.,. ,..,, , ,,,, W .,,,,.. ,..,,, Q1 ,,,. ,. ,.4v.,fs..,4wt.,- The Spo'tlliigllirt First Row-left to right: Mardell Swain, Margaret Bateman, Mar- garet Sawyer, Katherine Greenleaf, Nancy Hall Sawyer, Ida Louise Brock, Alice Cartwright. Second Row-left to wright: Norman Davis, Alma Davis, Frances Wells, Myra Hopkins, Virginia Worth, Elizabeth Peed, Thomas McKimmey. Third Row-left to right: Lorimer Midgett, Sponsor, Edward Tillitt, Harold Overman, Assistant Editor, Shell Scott, Fred Merritt, Business Manager, Retha Needham, Sanford Aydlett, Editor-in-Chief. ? i n P -'v flfffiiii? '11' Q "W " " M "" 'MWf?e5922F5.'f'2"M: "" " " """' 2 """ 'W' 4 Z Z Z '----f "" "'A 'MQW Q fx W A-" , A ,,1A. A ' WWFWQ 4 CBIUULCCDJID glass Pv'eside nt ...,,,,....A,.... ...... W ooDY FOREMAN Vice-President ..,.,.. ..,., C AROLYN AYDLETT Secretary faind Treasurer ..... ,,.... A LTON COHOON -2 TE 2 se ,,,, .,,Z . ,,, .... ,,,,,, , ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, , Z Z j Z M I! 4,1--Q., .y.,,,,,Z7 , .... .,...,7.,,,,,W.,,?.,..,.,...,..........,3........,7 ,.,,,, ' f ' Z Z 2 5:41 ac.,-0.4, 145g g,,,..w,5 1 1 fm? 4 2 X 7 ,Z SIBYL AMBROSE "Better to learn late than never." Valdosta High School, Valdosta, Ga., 1, 2. Eliza- beth City High School, 3, 4, 5. CAROLYN AYDLETT "Not too serious, not too gay, but a real good sport in every way." Basketball, 1, 2, 3, 4. Captain of team, 3, 4. Base- ball, 3. Glee Club, 1, 2, 3, 4. President of Girls Stu- dent Council, 4. Vice-president of Literary Society, 4. Vice-president of Senior Class. Business Mana- ger of the paper, Dramatic 'Club, 1. SANFORD P. AYDLETT "I am a part of all that I have met." Debating, 1, 2, 3, 4. Student Council, 1, 4, fSecre- tary, 4.1 Latin Club. Literary Society, 4. Public Speaking, 4. Vice-president of Freshman Class. Boys Glee Club, 4. Editor of Annual. MARIO'N MARIE BALLANCE "It doesn't pay to worry, things are bound to happen anyway." Glee Club, 1. B. C. 'C. 4. ABBOTT BAILEY "Happy I am, from care I'm free, they aren't all contented like me." Latin Club, 2. High School Orchestra, 1, 2. MARGARET BAILEY "For many charming ways does she possess." Glee Club, 1, 2, 4. Basketball, 4. Literary So- ciety, 4. MARGARET CLEO BATEMAN "She is pretty to walk with, and witty to talk with, and pleasant, too, to think on." Spotlight Paper staff, 1. President of Freshman Class. Student Council, 1. Glee Club, 1, 2, 4. A1- ternate Debater, 2. Debating Team, 3. B. C. C., 4. Annual Staff, 4. RUTH BENTON "Better to be small and shine than great, and cast a shadow." Latin Club, 2. Gle-e Club, 2. Dramatic Club, 1, 4. Public Speaking, 4. .WW WW -' "'fWf'f?'igwf" r "" te" "" "' A"' ' " ,,,,,, , , 2 , Za 2 32 A . Z f 'Z' 2 uk! ,A -yy ,.,. g I.. ,g....,9',.,,,..,...42.,...7,gags.... xmgzlzfl A.J:: ,,,, HVTWLM ,M-75 ,,., - ... . zmvffu GARLAND BOWDEN "Thus speaketh a man." B. C. C., 4. News Flash, 4. L. EDWARD BRAY ' "The time will come when you will hear from me." Latin Club, 2. Dramatic Club, 1, 4. Public Speak- ing Club, 4. Baseball, 3, 4. News Flash, 4. Glee Club, 4. Literary Society, 4. IDA LOUISE BROCK "A good heart is better than all the heads in in the world." Girls Glee Club, 1, 2, 4. Literary Society, 4. An- nual Staff, 4. Dramatic Club, 1, 4. Latin Club, 2. ANNIE BROVVN "Let the world slide." Literary Society, 4. Dramatic Club, 1. Baseball, 3. B. C. C., 4. Basketball, 3, 4. Glee Club, 1, 2, 4. JULIAN COFIELD "Even a fool, when silent, is counted wise." B. C. C., 4. Hertford High School, 2. Football Squad, 2. Football, 3, 4. ALTON COHOON 'll-le is one on whom we may safely depend." Secretary and Treasurer of Senior Class. Football, 2, 3, 4. Basketball, 2, 3, 4. Baseball, 1, 2, 3, 4. JAMES COOPER "I-le never tastes the joys that spring from labor." Football Squad, 3. Football, 4. Basketball Squad, 3. Basketball, 4. Baseball., 3, 4. Literary Society, 4. Latin Club, 2. ESTELLE S. COX "A true friend is forever a friend." Dramatic Club, 1. Glee Club, 1. B. C. C., 4. News Flash, 4. 2 ef B aaa - - --- f 4 -f ,y,. . ,,,. , 1., "W'iM ., Q J W2 gg" , gg WZ W ,,.,, ,,,., . 5' he , 5 fflfl 4-4' "" f?'M"": f f .'. 5 f-'f --,1f,' "' O f"'r A-...,f" Q55,m,:f-..w..-...-ig' ...., 4'.,.,f..- .,,,. -4-.... .,,......,.....,,, , 'fJZJ1ZfZIf..J'.,. .,.. ,Min ...,, '....,,N .... .,,, ,.,... fctzj ,,,,,, 5....,, A f " ....... 7 , ffn: 4 A .W W -H 7 if M --1 I I CLARENCE CULPEPPER "Love is a beautiful dream." High School Orchestra, 1, 2. Latin Club, 2. B. C. C., 4. WINFRED DAIL "This fellow has no tongue, but thoughts." Latin Club, 2. Baseball Squad, 3, 4. Football, 4. ADDIE DAVIS "She's one we do not often see, she does not make a fuss, but just the same she's a good scout." Dramatic Club, 1, 4. Glee Club, 4. Public Speaking, 4. ALMA DAVIS "Speak low when you speak of love." Glee Club, 1, 4. B. C. C., 4. Annual Staff, 4. Lit- erary Society, 4. MARGARET LEE DAVIS "Happy am I from morn' till night." Glee Club, 1. Dramatic Club, 4. MARIE DAVIS "My heart's content when I'm on mischief bent." Latin Club, 2. MARJORIE C. DAVIS "And still the words flow on." Girls Glee Club, 1, 4. B. C. C., 4. NORMAN DAVIS "The secret of success is constancy to purpose." Cheer Leader, 4. Annual Staff, 4. Secretary of Class, 2. Orchestra, 1. A 56:5 ,...,....,....... ,,,, . .,,,,,, , ,.,-..,.....,,, ,,,,,, W ,......,. My W .V .,..,, M.. ., A ,,,,, ,,,, . , ,, 3 " .,,.,, ,M ,wi ,,,,,,,,,,,.,,,,.., ,fe 1 A , ,,,,,, ,,,,, ,. ,,,4,.,. ,,,. ,iwm ,,.,. ,,,, 1?,,.,.,,. mwah? We 'I' ..,,,4 ,,.,, f"' , ,,,, ffffh +20 f'f- If .,,,,., f gm ,,,, hhwfh 77: ..,, ...,.. ,,.,,,, M..,,..:..,,,.,,6y,.W ,,,,,,.,,,,, W ,,,,,,. W may .,,, my .,,, ...MW .,,, ,,,,.. ,,.,,, f ,..,,,, f..t. ,,,, ' J HUGH DEANS "He was such a dear little cocktail pup." B. C. C., 4. Basketball, 4. FRED DRINKWATER "Silence is golden." WILBUR EVANS "Quiet in appearance with motives unknown." Science Club, 2. ELIZABETH FREEMAN "Flirt" COLUMBUS FORBES "He was one of the quiet kind whose natures never vary." WILLIAM FOREMAN "Honor where honor lies." President of Senior Class. President of Sophomore Class. Student Council, 3. Literary Society, 4. Glee Club, 2, 4. Football, 2, 3, 4. Co-Captain, 4. Base- ball, 1, 2, 3, 4. Basketball, 1, 2, 3, 4. Captain, 3, 4. Latin Club, 2. Dramatic Club, 1. EDWARD GANDERSON "Long may We seek his likeness, long in vain." i News Flash, 4. B. C. C., 4. 1 GRACE GASKINS "Her Ways are ways of pleasantness, and all her paths are peace." Elizabeth City High School, 1, 4. Glee Club, 1. l Weeksville High School, 2, 3. Dramatic Club, 4. 5 5 aes ,,,,,,, . ,.......- ,,N,n, .. . WW ,,,, - WMM ,,.,,, - ,.. .3 ,, Z ,,,,,,,,,,.,,, W My "" iunllljaful ,... M .WM ,,,, Z 1 ,fa ,,,. ..,,,,., .,.,,, ,,,,.,,,,,,.. ..,,,..,. , ,, .,,, ,.,,.., , , MARY GODFREY "For every wherefore she has a why." Glee Club, 1, 2, 3. Dramatic Club, 1, 4. Literary Society, 4. Latin Club, 2. Public Speaking, 4. KATHERINE GREENLEAF "Then she will talk, ye gods, how she will talk." Glee Club, 1, 2, 4. Literary Society, 4. Dramatic Club, 4. Public Speaking Club, 4. Basketball, 2, 3, 4. Cheer Leader, 4. HENRY GREGORY "Honor lies in honest toil." Shiloh High School, 1, 2. B. C. C., 4. JOHN GRIFFIN "All fools aren't dead yet." Science Club, 1, 2. B. C. C., 4. Public Speaking Club, 4. Debating, 4. EDWIN HASTINGS "Gentle of speech, beneficient of mind." DAVID H. HILL 'For discord make the sweetest airs." Football Squad, 3. Football, 4. Baseball Squad, 3. Baseball, 4. MARY ELIZABETH HILL "Thy modesty's a candle to Lhy merit." Literary Society, 4. Dramatic Club, 4. Glee Club, 4. B. C. C., 4. BERYL HOBBS "She was merely a ship off the old block." Weeksville High School, 1, 2, 3. Basketball, 4. Glee Club, 4. iaef I 5 .,,.,l,,,...n..,,.,,,,.,.. ,,,, .. 7 My .,,, N av, ,Y ..,, ,W ' ' Z ... H .. ,.,,., . ,,,,, .,, ,,,, . ' 2 ,,....,ff ,,,,,, ,, I ,,,. - 1 i n f J ULIAN HOOPER "A man of deeds, not words, we find, Alas, not many of his kind." Baseball, 1, 2, 3, 4. Football Squad, 1. MYRA HOPKINS "Cuteness seems a part of wisdom." Spotlight Staff, 4. Paper Staff, 1. Literary So- ciety, 4. Glee Club, 1, 2. DELBERT JACKSON "Young fellows will be red heads." B. C. C., 4. ALLIE MAE JENNINGS 'AShe is the very pine-apple of politeness." Dramatic Club, 1. Glee Club, 1, 2, 4. Basketball, 3, 4. B. C. C.,4. Annual Staff, 4. DOROTHY ARNEL KNIGHT "By the work one knows the Workman." Glee Club, 1, 2, 4. Dramatic Club, 4. Latin Club, 2. HELON LASSITER "Better later than never." Latin Club, 2. Glee Club, 1, 2. LO CKWOGD LASSITER "What game is there he could not play in the finest, the fairest and the most approved way?" Football, 1, 2, 3, 4. Student Council, 1. Vice-Presi- dent of Sophomore Class. Vice-President of B. C. C., 4. Glee Club, 1. Boxing, 3, 4. C FRANCES LISTER "Her ways are ways of pleasantnessf' 1 Literary Society, 4. Dramatic, 4. -2 4- s e 5 -1 r v r aff -'-RWM' f 'i1 31 A " 'M ir' ' Z Z Z? Z Z Z .Z Z . 3'W,,.,,,,. ,,,.,.,,,, ,fa 1 Z A X f i I X nj-imiiiw LMA V, Q OO if ZW .f X ,,,. ZW---'-' .f 2.1: 1: if sz .em fa Z' V' I 'rf 'Z -Z WZ'--MZ Aww-' er' 76 . ,,,, f :mf QT A Z J ,. ALMA L. LITCHFIELD "I am sure care's an enemy to life." Literary Society, 4. Dramatic Club, 4. Glee Club, 1, 2. Harrelsville School, 10. MANSON MEEKINS "He is a gentleman in whom I put absolute trust." Avon, 1, 2. Beaufort, N. C., 15 of 3rd year. Foot- ball, 4. Baseball, 4. FRED MERRITT "Such popularity must be deserved." Football Squad, 1, 2. Football, 3. 4. Business Man- 35-A ager Annual, 4. WILLIAM MIDGETTE "Many receive advice, few profit by it." Football, 3. 4. JOHN WOOD MILLER, Jr. "He drinks no more than a sponge" Glee Club, 1. Football Squad, 1, 2. Football, 3, 4. ELLIOTT MORGAN "The world knows nothing of the greatest men." Football Squad, 1. Football, 2, 3, 4. Basketball, 2, 3, 4. Baseball, 3, 4. Glee Club, 1, 2, 4. Dra- matic Club, 1, 2, 4. B. C. C., 4. JCSH W. MUNDEN "Away with work! Begone, I say, this world was made for fun and play." Student Council, 1. Dramatic Club, 1, 2, 4. Science Club, 2. Secretary and Treasurer of Class, 3. Chair- man of Public Speaking Club, 4. News Flash, 4. B. C. C., 4. THOMAS McKIMMEY "I never trouble trouble till trouble troubles me-." Goldsboro High School, 1, 2. Football, 3, 4. Base- ball, 3, 4. B. C. AC., 4. Glee Club, 4. Boxing Mgr., 4. is 5 -'E-9555 - - -' it QS-3134 SEQ'-1 RETHA NEEDHAM L-. .... - ..,. .... . A..... .,.,,,,,,..,n .....,. M.,- :W A A B eff ee 2- my 'eff "W ff eeeeeoee rf . Z4 '--' WW"",1'7 hwwnvdtmo -4- ...,, 2 I , ...L g..L,.7,,....,,..94,.:.,y ?.:,-..V..- .AA, , W4 WI, . I 5' . '----- ....,A,.. ,,.A.., gi '. 'C ..-, ,, ,.. , LQJC1 .L Q Qi- ., ,.,-M Mgr., , , we "i'1l,'-. ...-,.f.-x "The face that launched a thousand ships. Glee Club, 1, 2, 4. Student Council, 4. Literary Society, 4. Annual Staff, 4. VIRGINIA NEWBERN 'iWe know but little of thee but that is good." Dramatic Club, 1, 4. Glee Club, 4. Literary So- ciety, 4. Catonsville High School, 2. CLAIBORNE NIXON "Athletics is his specialty but he does all things well." Football, 1, 2, 3, 4. Captain, 4. Student Council, CVice-President, 3.3 fPresident, 4.3 HAROLD OVERMAN, Jr. "He goes at his tasks with might and main, his honors shall ne'er his character stain." News Flash, 4. Associate Editor of Annual, 4. Boxing, 4. Student Council, 4. Literary Society, 4. Latin Club, 2. Science Club, 2. ALONZO WILSON OWENS "Better late than . . . never." Football, 3, 4. Football Squad, 2. Literary So- ciety, 4. Boxing, 3, 4. B. C. C., 4. SARAH PAYNE "My tongue within my lips I rein, for who talks much must talk in vain." Glee Club, 1, 2. B. C. C., 4. ANNIE WOOD PROVO "About as jolly and friendly a girl as any of us will ever know." Glee Club, 1, 2. Literary Society, 4. Dramatic Club, 1, 4. JAMES PROVO "And I would witch sweet ladies with my words and looks." Football, 4, 5. Basketball, 4, 5. Baseball, 4, 5. Student Council, 5. s 2 fe e e ee see I Q 2 S S XX5 S XX S XX ' X S? 5..,,,........,M.. ,,,,,,,, , .......-...,.... .,,,,, ,.WW M.,.,.. X . ,,,,,,,.,,,,, . 4 Zz Z .,,.,,,, ,,,,,, ,.., ,,,.,,,,, W Z 'i' 5 4' f1f'f'-f" . ,,,, Z 'Z' 24, 1fA, ff' """' ""' Af' 1 Aimf-M.. W, ,,,,,. Z .., ,,., ..,.,...,.,,, ..,.., .,,., 1 ,,., - ,.,. N .,,,,.,.,,,, 7 ,,.,,,, 7 ,,,,,,., . ,,.,,, Wm .,,,,... ,.,, ,,.,., .,,,,, j ,.,. ,,..,,,,,,, Z ,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,.,,, ,.,, . ,,,, .,,.., ,,,,,. ,,,,., slZ.,,,,, ww-.....,,fM, 4 ELEANOR RAPER "And I chatter, chatter, chatter as I go." Glee Club, 1, 2, 4. Latin Club, 2. Literary So- ciety, 4. Dramatic Club, 1. Basketball Squad, 3 HELEN REICHLE "1-ligh erected thoughts seated in the heart of courtesy." RAYMOND RHODES " A fool must now and then be right by chance." RUTH SANDERLIN "With steadfast look and open eye, a girl on whom we may rely." Student Council, 1. Secretary Student Council, 4. Glee Club, 1, 2. Director of Girls Glee Club, 4. Manager Girls Basketball Team, 4. Dramatic Club, 1, 4. Literary Society, 4. MARION D. SAVIN ''Incomprehensibilitiveness of the conglomerated multitude is magnanimousf' Art Club, 2. Literary Society, 4. Boxing, 3, 4. Baseball Squad, 4. Debating team, 4. Public Speak- ing Club, 4. Editor of News-Flash, 4. Member of the E. C. H. S. Orchestra, 1, 2, 3, 4. Latin Club, 2. Glee Club, 4. MARGARET ADELIA SAWYER "For life is not worth living if we do not talk all day." Glee Club, 1, 2, 4. B. C. C., 4. Annual Staff, 4. NANCY HALL SAWYER "We must eat to live and live to eat." Glee Club, 1, 2, 4. Literary Society, 4. Annual Staff, 4. Dramatic Club, 1, 4. Cheer Leader, 4. Latin Club, 2. SHELTON SCOTT "With a jest on his tongue and a smile on his lips, he's bubbling with fun to his fingertips." Latin Club, 2. Treasure-r of Sophomore Class. As- sistant Manager of Athletics, 3. Manager of Ath- letics, 4. Annual Staff, 4. Literary Society, 4. 2- e f-f-ee2r- 0 f mms QKN "T??"2ifff""T ' ' ' 'Y 1 'A"' "" ' . 2 A ffl! Y Z Z- Z g gh 7 Z Z 2 Q' 4' I., y ,M ZW , , A . -'-fluff si use fiehwzfg as if az .00 Q ....., ' H . in '. . FMP f .f W Z gym?-My Z f ,:. ,,,,. ,f, 2 A 1.2 1 :, ...f A - MARY LESCELLES SEYMOUR "Don't take life seriously." Shiloh High School, 3. Literary Society, 4. Glee Club, 4. MIRIAM SHERLO CK "She is well paid that is well satisfied." Literary Society, 4. B. C. C., 4. Glee -Club, 4. Basketball Squad, 3. ROGER SHANNONHOUSE "Men may come and men may go, but I go on forever." President of Sophomore Class. President of Junior Class. Student Council, 3. Basketball Squad, 1, 2, 3. Team, 4. Boxing, 3, 4. Baseball, 4. Coach of Girls Baseball, 3, 4. Literary Society, 4. Cheer Leader, 3, 4. EMMA LEE SIMPSON "Whilst We live, let us live." Glee Club, 1, 2. Dramatic Club, 1. ANN ELIZABETH SPENCE "A man, a man, my kingdom for a man." Dramatic Club, 1, 4. Glee Club, 2, 4. Literary So- ciety, 4. Pianist for Boys Glee Club, 4. MARTHA SPRUILL "She studies all things faithfullyg she works with all her might." Glee Club, 1, 2, 4. Annual Staff, 4. B. C. C., 4. High School Orchestra, 2, 3, 4. Treasurer, 4. Pub- lic Speaking Club, 4. Dramatic Club, 1, 4. Science Club, 2. Literary Society, 4. HAZEL STOKES "It seems the kingliest battles fought are fought in silent ways." Student Council, 4. Basketball, 4. B. C. C., 4. JOE STOKES "A moral, sensible, well-bred man." Science Club, 1. Basketball, 2, 3, 4. Football, 2, 3, 4. Baseball, 3, 4. Literary Society, 4. 2 2 2 5 ees JY ' - ' v - , :,, ,:. -,,3Q,.f.g2, l -,f-L: "', 1 was . ' -Z jzfwgnff- ' ,fx ., ' ' '- F ' 2 Vfr, W., - .Z frrfif wil Ax? 2 f J 1 2 2 2 2 e ,CLE , ..., ,,,,,,:w, .W jizjkac., fzzr . Q .,.,, MARDELL SWAIN "Tis good will makes intelligence." Glee Club, 1, 2, 4. Dramatic Club, 1. Spotlight Paper Staff, 1. Annual Staff, 4. Secretary of B. -C. C., 4. Science Club, 2. SARAH ELIZABETH TARKINGTON "True to her duty always." Camden, 1, 2, 3. S. EDWARD TILLITT "Good nature and good sense must never join." Richard J. Reynolds High School, Winston-Salem, 1, 2, 3. Football Squad, 4. Annual Staff, 4. News- Flash, 4. Public Speaking Club, 4. Debating Club, 4. JACK WEEKS "Don't be so dumb." News-Flash Staff, 4. FRANCES WELLS 'Ripe in wisdom was she but simple and childlike." Student Council, 1, 2. President of Literary So- ciety, 4. Spotlight Staff, 1, 4. ANDREWS WHITE "He talks and talks and talks, etc." Football Squad, 2. Football, 3, 4. Basketball Squad, 2, 3. Dramatic Club, 1. HELEN VVHITEHURST "The surest pledge of a deathless name is the silent homage of thoughts unspoken." B. fC. C., 4. Glee Club, 1 . MELVIN WRIGHT "Strange what a man may do and women still think him an angel." Q Latin Club, 2. 5 -'U f -3- 3 J-'Qw5:'M-" t""r'H' 'A" A' W "A' 4 1 ' ,,,,,,,.,, 5322? ZZ Z ? Z Z ,Z Z . . f 2 1. A A ..,,f-lim,-ff 'V 117' ' ' V 7 7 f 7 ff-f 4 4" H " ,.,f,,av DZ, Y ,.,,, l-Z Af'- LAST WILL AND TESTAMENT We, the dignified and intellectual Senior Class of 1934 do bequeath with sorrow UD and regret, the following articles: Item I: To the Juniors: 1 2 3 4 5 6 Item II: 1 2 Item III: 1. Item IV 1. 2 3 4 5 6. 7 8 9. Q Q Q Q All the Senior privileges they can get out of Supt. Bundy. The torture cells, number one and two, which we now occupy. "The News-Flash," to write up any one they please. The authority to pester Mr. Bundy as much as we did Mr. Hartsell. The dignity of the class of '34. Our places in the hearts of the faculty. To the Sophomores: Our Sophomore-know-it-all laziness. The honor of having the numerals on the tank, if they can climb that high. To theFreshm-en: We wish to leave to the freshmen class any overlooked cuds of gum we may have left adhering to the underside of desks, ban- isters, assembly seats, or any other likely or unlikely places. 'u To the individuals specified: Fred Merritt and Sanford Aydlett to two unlucky Juniors, their Annual jobs. Marion Savin his dynamic vocabulary to any member of the faculty who is capable of using it. Retha Needham to some fortunate Junior the title of "the prettiest girl" in the Senior Class. Frances Wells and Eleanor Raper to any ten Juniors, their non-stop talking record. Woody Foreman, his athletic ability to Edward Hughes. Shell Scott to the Frisby brothers, his privilege of wisecracking the faculty. The Senior Class to Miss Parker, all the good-looking Junior boys. Manson Meekins his dialect, to Bill Carhart. Harold Overman, his intellectual ability to "Chick" West. In zvitness zrlzereof, we, the class of 1934, the testators, do hereby affix our hands and seals this sixteenth day of May, Anno Domini, one thousand nine hundred and thirty-four. RETHA NEEDHAM FRED MERRQITT, NORMAN DAVIS, Testators. Q 'Q fs 5 see ' Z, 5312.2 W f ir " Y 'wyff'-Ziyi" """'7i ' L ""' A ' 1 7 ""f "" "" ,,,,,,f-? : 'lZ7VV5":T Ln ' f fffffg Z Z Q!! Z! W fvffwff X 5 gl S I i E55 jk, 5 .NNXX New I Khi- S 1 4 ' f 0:4 3 X tits . S l i...fQ .Ili 1 X Q.'. xiii: .','.: 1 ,,,. ii WM if E3 " L' Z g f 7- f y . , WZ. Ni S 1 5 s s 3 1 'x 5 'B PRGPHECY I listened to a brilliant radio program which brought to my mind a vision, not of the past, but of the future. I saw clearly the members of the class of '34 at their various vocations. Marion Savin, world famous architect, was sitting at a carved mahogany desk drawing up the plans for another skyscraper. He keeps those under him running to the dictionary. Pretty, auburn-haired Allie Mae Jennings is his private secretary. Although immaculate and more stylish than ever, she still knows her old friends. Shelton Scott, who was the excellent manager of the E. C. H. S. football team, is also successful at Columbia University, for he knows well the feelings of the boys. Claiborne Nixon, captain of the home team, is now coaching at Princeton. Lockwood Lassiter, stellar E. C. H. S. quarterback, has attained the All-American. William Fore- man, a three letter man of E. C. H. S., is Duke's second man for All-American honors. In later life Woody will follow in his father's footsteps by becoming manager of some large lumber mill. Frances Lister is head of a millinery shop on Main Street. Her gracious as- sistants are Hazel Stokes, Mary L. Seymour and Alma Litchfield. Fascinating Miriam Sherlock and Retha Needham are starring in "Angels on Earth" with cheerful Alton Cohoon and sentimental Thomas McKimmey. Garland Bowden, a renowned lawyer, and the well-known cartoonists, Jack Weeks and Edward Tillitt, are spending their vacations abroad. Curly headed Manson Meekins and his collaborator, Fred Merritt, are doing re- search work in Egypt. Conservative Edward Ganderson has recently open an "S" shop on Fifth Avenue. His mannequins are alluring Margaret Bateman, Winsome Marie Davis, petite Helon Lassiter, attractive Mardell Swain, and charming Marjorie Davis. Vivacious Myra Hopkins and Nancy Hall Sawyer are kindergarten teachers in New York City. Beryl Hobbs and Roger Shannonhouse, professional dancers, have opened an ex- clusive night club in Chicago. Among others, they have in their orchestra talented Ann Elizabeth Spence, Ruth Benton, Abbott Bailey, Norman Davis and James Cooper. Energetic Carolyn Aydlett now has a private hospital in Raleigh. Competent Annie Wood Provo is the Superintendent of Hospital and Mary Elizabeth Hill is the Superintendent of Nurses. Sedate Helen Whitehurst, Sarah Tarkington and Helen Reichle are now teaching in Elizabeth City High School with Harold Overman as Superintendent of the schools. His ready wit has made him popular with both the faculty and students. Genial Edward Bray and scholarly Ruth Sanderlin have become celebrated singers. Ed's fan mail has grown so bulky that his efficient secretary, Estelle Cox, is constantly busy. The Savings Bank has reopened with Winfred Dail as president, Columbus Forbes as cashier, Fred Drinkwater as teller, Marion Ballance as stenographer and Margaret Bailey as bookkeeper. Edwin Hastings, Julian Hooper, Walter Le-wis, William Mid- gett and Raymond Rhodes are all on the board of directors. Good-looking James Provo operates the Bluebird Bus Line. His capable drivers are John Miller, David Hill and Wilbur Evans. Changeable Clarence Culpepper has taken over his father's automobile- business: delightful Alma Davis is his bookkeeper, and his Melvin Wright his star salesman. Ene-rgetic Annie Brown and Margaret Sawyer operate a beauty salon, they are very successful. Grace Gaskins and Elizabeth Freeman have made a non-stop flight across the United States, beating all previous records. Sanford Aydlett is owner of the Aydlett Products Company. He is still partial to green suits. Virginia Newbern and Katherine Greenleaf are sob sisters for the Washington Herald. Joe Stoke-s, of the school-girl complexion, now is manager of one of Pender's stores. Slender Julian Cofield is his trusted helper. Volatile Sybil Ambrose has opened a candy kitchen and has as her qualified assistants Dorothy Knight, Mary Godfrey and Addie Davis. Margare-t Davis, Eleanor Raper and Sarah Payne are couteous clerks in McCabe and Grice. Frances Wells is the first woman president of the United States. The able mem- bers of her cabinet are Delbert Jackson, Secrtary of Warp Elliott Morgan, Secretary of State: Andrews White, Secretary of the Treasuryg Wilson Owens, Secretary of the Navyg Ida Brock, Secretary of Commerce, John Griffin, Secretary of Interior, Henry Gregory, Secretary of Agriculture: Emma Lee Simpson, Postmaster General, Hugh Deans, Secretary of Labor and Joshua Munden, Attorney-General. A sudden storm came up, and as there was so much static, my vision ended and I turned the radio off. MARTHA SPRUILL. in A m as . ra. N 9 4. -4. 4 .. 0 . 0- . w no J v -- - ay 1- Q' w' IQ: N X Z f 4 , Y -, f ,H .3 1.1 , , Z Z 1 H n,,r,,,,r , 2 1 Z Zi E E .. , 65? 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Corbett Tom Cox William Crane Elizabeth Crawley Odessa Creekmore Dorothy Daniels Marie Dixon Mac Duff William Duff Garland Dunstan Viola Emery Gladys Etheridge Dora Evans Clara Ewald Mary Ferebee Eleanor Foreman Charles Glover Marjorie Griffin William Hammond Alma Harris Esle Hobbs Annie Mae Hollowell Edward Hughes Katherine Hurdle Ethel Ives Nell Ingram James Jackson Juanita Klissel Clarence Lane Louvenia Lane Elizabeth Lister Enoch Ludford, Jr. Albert Luton Mildred McCoy Sam McPherson Lucille Mann Nancy Minton Mary Lillian Mitchell Kathleen Midgett Charles Miller Phillip Morrisette Shirey Morrisette Donald Oden George Owens Elizabeth Peed William Peters Madeline Pinner Billy Pritchard Willard Savin ' Jack Sawyer Celestia Scarborough Sarah Seeley Louise Seymore Willye Sherlock Lessie Mae Simpson Jessie Skinner Lillian Small Clara Spence Dorothy Spence- Paul Spence Shelton Stevens Katherine Taft Lizzie Bell Tarkington Ambrose Toler Margaret Turner Maude Turner Linda Upton Mary Elizabeth Upton Pearl Voliva Carlton West Doris White Grace White Winford VVhite Helen Williams George Williams Wilford Williams Virginia. 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Morrise-tte, Jr, Edward O'Neal Margaret Pinkham Harry Perry Mayo Price Velnor Evelyn Price Birdie Pritchard Randolph Provo Robert Pugh Ruth Reid Louise Rhodes Atta Lee Richardson Elizabeth Richardson Gertrude Riggs Pearl Riggs Charles Hall Robinson Aubrey Sawyer Cliff Sawyer Emmett Sawyer Ernest Sawyer Louise Sawyer Margaret Sawyer Maude Sawyer Henry Sexton Elsie Seymore Silas Berry Seymore William Seymore James Seymore Oscar John Scott Gladys Sherlock Ray Simons Margaret Spruill Marjorie Stallings David Stick 'Charles Stevens Oscar Swain Elbert Taft Raymond Tillett Leland Thompson Alvin Tolar Wiley Toxey Alphonso Ward Jarvis Ward Palmer Ward Charles Ward Dan Watson John Wells Eva West Sybil West Allie Mae White Marshall White Sidney VVhite Alice White Dorothy Williams Sarah Williams Kenyon Wilson Grover Winslow 2 5 5 ew- iss-sees ees , ,,.. 4 513412. ,,,,,, ,, ,,,.,,M...,,,,.,.,,..,,7W WW ,,., hy..,.,.77W,,.,,.,,,+,,,,.W 7 -,,,, --1---I ,,,.',,. ,,,,,,. , ,,,, M ,,,,, ,r Z! 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"""' ""' 'f" Ei """"' as M QWWYMW,-M ,V ..., W ,,,.., Vwykgfayl ,T, gn ff A bruce albertson maude albertson horace ambrose frances anderson mayo arrnstrong William gaither aydlett george bailey ann elizabeth bailey frances barkley novella bray charles burgess henry brown alva brown mary frances brown sarah frances brickhouse doris bundy hazel byrum bradley cartwright janet cartwright melvin cartwright Wallace chappell katherine cartwright pauline Cartwright alvin cox keeney crank frances crane hele-n cuthrell james davenport britt davis morris davis samuel dulin kathleen fearing pratt fearing clay fearing marjorie ferrell mary jane fodrey ruth forbes george r. frisby john frisby, jr. agnes katherine gilliam Winnie godfrey vernon gore edward gregory frances grice edward griffin ryv,,-J FRESHMEN frances griffin gaynell harris howard hettrick raymond henderson margaret heath helen hill barbara hite frank w. hollowell graham hollowell fenner hopkins mary hopkins elton hurdle Wesley lee hurshman jeff ingram Whitman jackson lydia jones miriam jones r. c. jones james johnson george jordan richard kendricks frank kramer madge- lambert luther lassiter frances eloise long ivie lister carlton lister luther mann richard mansfield buford mason evelyn mckle-nny james mcharney harry mcpherson elizabeth meiggs lona margaret meiggs levina meekins dora meekins vance midgette thomas miller edna minton virginia doris monroe elizabeth morrisette mary e. morrisette katherine murrell william o'neal bobbie ownley oscar owens melba alice parker shirley perry carlton perry curtis pe-rkins jacqueline price alma pritchard lucy mae pritchard clarice pritchard marion pritchard katherine ralph george reid grandy richardson lillie mae russell billy sawyer william sawyer spence sawyer horace Seymore alma Seymore jean simpson louise simpson mary simpson William spence helen Stafford robert stevens elizabeth sutton ruth swain thalia tarkington mary temple wilbert taft Conrad toler marjorie elizabeth trueblood martha elizabeth twiddy lloyd twiford mildred voliva charles watson carol Watson ruth lister ethel whale-y marion white virginia White emory White jerry Wilcox evie Winslow 2 'Q -fs e- e - - - V as-see-Qaeee -,4ii 'AMLZZIEV v Y ,,,, S rf: , - -3, .mum M ,fff 1----:fff,,Z- -A-- - -12yff1:Z"A ' I ff , Z4 ig EE f ZZ ffff . f f-'A"' 1 'Z' "' .,,,..,...,... .A4,, f Z7 I A 1 SENIOR SUPERLATIVES MOST ORIGINAL ,..,........A.......,,,,..,....,A.......,.....A.....A,......A..,...,......A..,..,............ SHELL SCOTT, ANNIE BROWN BEST LOOKING ,....,..,,.... .....,..........A.,......,...,...,...,.,.,.....,..,. J AMES PROVO, RETHA NEEDHAM CUTEST .........,.....,,.....A..,..,...........,.,,.. .....A..,.,,........,......., J ULIAN HOOPER, MYRA HOPKINS MOST POPULAR ,,.,.........,....... ,A......., FRED MERRITT, NANCY HALL SAWYER MOST INTELLECTUAL ..........w ...,.........,,. H AROLD OVERMAN, FRANCES WELLS MOST ATHLETIC .............. .,.. . . , .,,,.....,.. WOODY FOREMAN, CAROLYN AYDLETT BEST DRESSED V----,......,,,A......,.,.. ,,.,......A,.. ...,...,.,...........,. N O RMAN DAVIS, ALMA DAVIS f -I -- -'5'5.QG-S5565 , J-ff LL-.- , ,. ...f-.. " W., I-,V ,WM ' 5 , 'Z' fi ,. gl ..,.,, - ' ,M rms? 020 4,... """ iff z2f""'?'n', z: gif: ifiwcffw iiiiafei H fi M IIVI V L 4,-s N ,V ..,,, --....4 '.,-,.. -4 -..-........--.....-.s f ia: Z, 751 V ,wwf img 1 W E jiri img, V f.m....MW Z L STUDENT COUNCIL First Row-Left to Right: Hazel Hopkins, Keeney Crank, Richard Kendricks, Frank Kramer, Jacqueline Price. Second Row-Left to Right: C. H. Robinson, Violet Cohoon, Cader Harris, Maude Sawyer, Cliff Sawyer, Mary Leigh Gaither, 'Carlton Lister. Third RowfLeft to Right: Wood Boyce, Madeline Pinner, Frances Birsh, Ambrose Toler, Lillian Small, Paul Spence. Fourth Row-Left to Right: Edward Tillitt, Retha Needham, James Provo, Carolyn Aydlett, President of Girls' Council, Ruth Sanderlin, Secretary and Treasurer of Girls' Council, Sanford Aydlett, Secretary and Treasurer of Boys' Council. -5 --,, , -. , .- Y War -- H ----- ,,...... .... -J--f -- I J.. F-f -' rf- f , Z ggZf?1',,,-,-M ""' """ ,,., 30 "' ,af W... -W 4.A,,,, - ,.A...,., .,,,,,, ,.., X ., ,Z,-g.. W N EWS-FLASH STAFF First Row-Left to Right: Jack Weeks, Carlton Lister, Charles Burgess, Paul Spence. Second Row-Left to Right: Edward Tillitt, Harold Overman, Marion Savin, Editorg Garland Bowden, Matilda Etheridge, Sponsorg Edward Ganderson. Third Row-Left to Right: Wilford Williams, Estelle Cox, Carolyn Aydlett, Busi- ness Managerg Josh Munden. The News-Flash The Senior Class-sponsored official news organ of E. C. H. S. known as "The News-Flash" was created from an embryo stage immediately af- ter mid-term exams, January, 1934. It boasted of six out-of-state sub- scribers including one in Escalante, Utah, besides 200 local subscribers and the intra-state ones. "The News-Flash" was a weekly paper, printed mimeographically and in tabloid form, it consisted of five pages, on the average, and it was found to be full of sane, satirical and other elements necessary for the success of a school paper. This school project has proven to be a liquidative asset in connection with the financing of this year's annual and is considered not only a fi- nancial success but a literal financial triumph. The staff of this paper dedicate this year's school paper, "The News- Flash," to our faculty advisor, Miss Matilda Etheridge, for whose untiring efforts and splendid spirit of co-operation we feel deeply indebted, and we feel that she nas, to a great extent, made this paper what it was during it's run of only four months. M. D. S., Editor-in-Chief. --- ,....-.,.--,,,,.-,M .,,, , ,, ,. ,,,.,.Q,, f.-,.s..W .,,.,.,, ,. ,,,,,,, V O, .,, ,,,,,. 7 .,7 .,,,,, , 1 ,,,,,,., , ,,,, I 7 , H, ,,,,, W ,,,. , ,W ,,,,,,,, f, ,nfmff-..,.,,, rw , """"""' Q ' " A , f ' 'f ,,.,, ,,,... ,,,,...,, ,..,,,f' ,ff fff- -WWE? "" 3 ,,,,,. fi ,lq,A ,i Al ,, ,AA.. ,,,A. 'A""""""" , ,,,, , f"'ff 5 QQ. '--W .., ,,. ,,,, W ja, ,,,,,,, mgmf ,.,,, ,,,,,,, ,.,.-,.,,,.N,, ,.,,.. H ,,,, ,...,,,,.,, 7 ..,,,, ,,,,, ,, ,fy ,,,.,,.,,,,.. ,.,, .,,.,. ?j,7,..-,,y,.,.,4',..,,,i, W X .,,,,, .- . ,J ,,,,,, , 4 12 BARRIGER COMMERCIAL CLUB First Row-Left to Right: Margaret Bateman, Lockwood Lassiter, Sarah Payne, Elliott Morgan, President, Mardell Swain, Secretary, Henry Gregory, Treasurerg Miriam Sherlock, Alma Davis, Annie Brown. Second Row-Left to Right: Helen Whitehurst, Margaret Sawyer, John Griffin, Marjorie Davis, Martha Spruill, Hazel Stokes. Third RoweLeft to Right: Allie Mae Jennings, Marion Ballance, Estelle Cox, Gar- land Bowden, Mary Elizabeth Hill, Mildred Barriger, Sponsor. Fourth Row-Left to Right: Claiborne Nixon, Edward Ganderson, Hugh Deans, Josh Munden. Fifth Row-Left to Right: Wilford Williams, Clarence Culpepper, Clarence Lane, Thomas McKimmey. .. -., . E Je f f if AA' eff riff WmWf'vr'W"WWf' WWT"'W" f aff V ,,,,, ,,.. . ,,.,,,, fi ,, ,. .l.. A J jf 'A"' X g ,Mall ufw--I . Mxffi ..,. ,VM ,..... 7 .,.... Way ,,,..... WM.- ....,,,.,..,.,,,.. .....,.,.,., 4, ,,,.,,, ,V,u-.,.2't,,,,y ..,..,.,,... 4' ,.., fs ..,, .,.,,, ' ig fa ..... 4 FOOTBALL TEAM First RowkLeft to Right: Julian Cofield, fQBJ: Claiborne Nixon, IEJ, Captaing Joe Stokes, ITJQ Alton Cohoon, fTpg Palmer Ward, IGM Lockwood Lassiter, CQBH Thomas McKimmey, tFBpg Wood Boyce, IHBJQ Woody Foreman, fHBJg Win- fred Dail, IHBJ. Second Row-Left to Right: Shell Scott, Managerg Edward Tillitt, ITD: James Provo, 1HBJg Wilson Owens, KGJQ Fred Merritt, IEP, Ambrose Toler, KCJQ An- drews White, IGM Bill Miller, KEN John Miller, 4G13 George Hunsucker, Coach. Third Row-Left to Righty Dan Watson, Sophomore Managerg David Hill ,fEl3 Elliott Morgan, fTJg Paul Spence, KTJQ Manson Meekins, CTM James Cooper, fCJg Woodrow Midgett, IEP: Charles Glover, Assistant Manager. Fourth Row-Left to Right: Cheer LeadersiNorman Davis, Nancy Hall Sawyer, Roger Shannonhouse, Katherine Greenleaf. To Our Football Team These insignificant paragraphs have been inserted herein in an at- tempt to convey to the mind of the reader some small portion of the feel- ing of pride and affection which we, the student body of E. C. H. S., have toward our football team. These boys, under the assiduous supervision of Coach Hunsucker, have put forth, in the form of plain hard Work, their best efforts toward winning each game in its turn, and, as a result have won this year the North Carolina state championship, thus heaping fame and glory upon the school. We shall always feel that we owe to Coach Hunsucker and the boys a debt of gratitude, born from the sacrifices which they have made for the good of our own Elizabeth City High School. 5 !5'5'5-GG-63566 W?Z:,.,,,,,,,,,.,.,,,.,...,, ,.,, 7 W ,,.,., 7, . ,:r,,fx,.1,. r--.U W ---A my F,-M-M --A- I ,,-'- -e..,,,,., fm-fgefgj :-'ff H141 9, ,,,, , W, Wa it '20 , , 4,, , ,., Z ,,- ,,,,,. ,,,. or Z , ,C or , EE" P l l GIRIJS BASKET BALL TEAM Reading from Right to Left: Beryl Hobbs, CCD: Katherine Greenleaf, QGJQ Allie Mae White, KFJQ Willye Sherlock, QFJQ Annie Brown, KGJQ Carolyn Aydlett, QFD, Captaing Esle Hobbs, IGJQ Margaret Bailey, KGB: Allie Mae Jennings, IFJ, Maude Sawyer, IFJ, Violet Cohoon, fF1g Hilda Whitehead Gordon, Coach, and Ruth Sanderlin, Manager. lube 2 - r fpeffzf- 5- as we e -vw-W -'ff'ff-f W ,"', 1 ffwmwwfw- ----- - ----Af-f---' M W i"'mff"-'-fur W WMVWAW 1 ,,,,, ,,., 243' fi, ,,,,,,, - ,,,,,,. 'I A , 4, 2 ,,,,,,,, .f?,.....,...: g 5 j 2 ,,.,.. 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Z ..A,.M, isccllllany Julian Hooper Claibrone Nixon Richard Kendrick 3NilliamCGard Alton Cohoon games Pvreovoi ames ooper 1 . a mer ar Elliott Morgan Calder Hams VVinfred Dail Edward Bray Cliff Sawyer Thomas McKimmey Norman Davis David Hill Ed Tillitt Wiley Toxey Manson Meekins Donald Oden Marion Savin Woody Foreman Nathan Caddy DEBATIN G AFFIRMATIVE ALTERNATES Virginia Worth Edward Tillitt Billy Pritchard Lillian Small NEGATIVE Jean Copland Billy Carhart Marion Savin Elizabeth Peed Frances Birsch Mildred Bright Irma Coppersrnith Viola Emery Lucille Mann Kathle-en Midgett George Owens Garland Dunstan George Williams Margaret Turner Ethel Ives ,W PUBLIC SPEAKING Martha Spruill Mary Godfrey Addie Davis Ruth Benton Harold Overman Nell Ingram Tommy Miller Bill Duff Mac Duff Billy Pritchard William Peters Sanford Aydle-tt Billy Carhart Edward Ganderson Wilford Williams Marion Savin Shirley Morrisette Edward Tillitt Edward Hughes Edward Bray John Griffin --- fr "f ' TWYf?fZ'f21'f "?5??ZQlQ2""" """' f M '1"' A"A W M "" M "'l g ,,.,, A,,A, M ,A,,,,, 2 Z ZZ 2 2 fAf' ,..,,! ,2,,,,.-nhl 4, 'I-H Q2gfj7f"'-'y----fy--y-'fyM--------Jyfwy-f-M-M-'fy7-WMV --'V 5'-....-.L 1-miiM,Lf.i' M25 .if , 1 J A tngraphz , if V f f , Z fllfj, D ,fx Aww ML! Q Q 5 5 -5-see-sees A,-.- A .A E - Rf- Nfwwvw 11A I Y Zi gf Z2 gf 5 E Z Z ZZ f ,,., - - ,Aff ff--f 'ff'f """ "" I Z ZW I- ,,,, fAA-f """ """"' 1 "0 ofa 2 fm!!! , O W 1 , vw-,.,,' A 555.3 f -f-M-f 7 ----4 , f-f--.----..--..- ,,,.,..,..,.,, , ,,., ,,.. L .,,,,, A ,,,,,,, , ,,,-.,.4 ,WW ,,,..... M., .... V ,.,,,, 4, .9 MW Iwi .,,, ,MW "ir, 244902 ,V Z X L Qfgiyxg ,w,,V w..,4a,,,, ,,f-I-V1-4.1 ....,. I ..-..-f - 4 f --44 A - f Z WHILE LEARNING LEARN TO USE TEXACO E THE TEXAS CO. All Photographs in this Annual by FriSby'S Studio THE FIRST sl CITIZENS SERVICE! R NATIONAL BANK I COURTESY! Elizabeth City, N. C. WEIGHT! TWO KINDS OF INTEREST AND COAL PERSONAL and 3 PER CENT I Crystal Ice 8a Coal Co. Established 1891 Phone 16 - 716 EEEE1 E EEE -2 5 S if ae R-Q ees ' ' f,. ,. ,,,, ,, ,, Z ILIEIEII E GARRETT SOUTHERN 5 HARDWARE CQMPANY LOAN and INSURANCE COMPANY Floor Wax - Mops - Polish . . GENERAL INSURANCE Brooms - Cooking Utensils SURETY BONDS QUICK DRYING LoANS - BONDS E' FURNITURE ENAMELS 2 VIRGINIA DARE HoTEL BLDG. WEEE! South McMorrine Street E Phone 970 E Phone 47 5 IE Fred M.-"Why do you call them clock stockings? I don't see any hands on them." Alma D.-flndignantlyb "No, and there aren't Supposed to be any hands on them." The ENTERTAINMENT CENTERS STUDI0 OF THE ALBEMARLE "Photographs Live F0're'z1e7"' M in icttures Pc rt ra its CARCLINA C . , . opyzng Commemzal and and A N D A L K R A M A E'nLm'g'z'wg Oil Pccifzting THEATRES 202 KRAMER BUILDING Elizabeth City, N. C. Phone 213 U 'R R 5 eassee .,.,.. ...-..... ... ...... --------,Y -- -A----a1------1ev-::f:,.gf-1:- 1'- ' .arf ' f iff? ""f' any ' 1:17 :Y .V W .. ft ' 1A 'A- f f 0 ff"'1 I .,,.. .,.... ....,., , .,,, ,,,.,, 4,.. ...,,. ..., ' E MI 4 U II- E E WHERE HIGH SCHOOL M. G. Morrisette Sz Co. BOYS AND GIRLS FIND Q WHAT THEY LIKE I FURNITURE T0 WEAR CASH IF YOU HAVE IT CREDIT IF YOU WANT IT RUCKER SL SHEELY CO. Elizabeth City's Best Store Doc. Gillaspie fin Geometryj your figure on the board." Sanford A.-"He'd better take -"Melvin, take your ruler and draw a Corkscrew." Q AUTOMOBILE DEALER -foy- Buick - Pontiac and DeSota - Plymouth Our service department is equipped to render the best of service on our make of cars. Culpepper Motor Co., Inc. Elizabeth City, N. C. 0017 9U01lcI ..2-MS 011-La P000 VU, doug Aleooqqodv eql 'mom ' uoI1dI.Iosa.Id 109.1109 uo azqegoads em E 'zzlopgdpwsard 9142 mf l sn Q91 pun noft .lloj eqpwsattd zwylogsfiqcl .mod armq 'os jj Lumoq epISdf1 reed nojg og 5 E 5 EY-fx- -14355 GSS , 'T J EU H ,d '3 E E Watches Diamonds E 'E . . Q Comllllments vf Bflght Jewelry CO., Inc. Q' A. G. JAMES, Manager gl E HOPKINS Cor. Main and Martin Sts. E Silverware Jewelry HOLLINGSWORTH'S AND LAI RUSSELL-MCPHAIL'S FINE CANDIES Comliliments Of Q .SHAEFFER FOUNTAIN PENS " E 0 A St E. S. CHESSON SL SON VOFTHEID GVGHSOTI A "Drugs With a Reputation" DEPARTMENT STORE E 1 412 East Malll Street Elizabeth Yoii'll Like Our F oimtaifrz, Service F-I E . A ObS6I'V1I1g' a young lady standing alone, Norman D. stepped up to her and said, "Pardon me, you look like Helen Black." E I'F "Yes," replied Retha N., "I know I do, but I'd look far worse in White." 5 E-I Compliments of For Anything in Green Vegetables E Staple or Fancy Groceries V I R G I N I A 3 DARE GARAGE LESLIE BELANGA A North Road Street E W. A. BROCK KL SON BROKER and PRODUCE DEALER Car Lots a Specialty D. R. NIXON FRUIT STORE Corner Main and Road Streets Fresh Fruit Daily EIM JEEEE EIEIEIEIEI EIEIEIEIEW KW V wr W if 'h I5 tw 1 4 -9 is Q9 QE ds dh an X . ,, f 1AA Z 09 mc, W5jjjfj,,ff ,,,....,. gf ,,,,.. .,,, ,.-.,,,, ,.A .4 .V,,,, fffff11fff:,,g2 ..A,.,, ,,,,, ....,,,.. if ,.,, ,.A,.. ,,AA,, ,,,,.,, f ' O ccer A ., , EE New Southern Hotel l B A R B E R S H 0 P is BOTTLED in BOTTLES for your PROTECTION The High Schoolls Choice Every Bottle Sterilized Griffin - Coppersmith Fuel Company BROKER and PRODUCE DEALER COAL - FEED - WOOD S. G. SCOTT Distributovs for Schlitz Beer Phone 1009 Car-lot Shipper Irish and Sweet Potatoes James P :-"Are you sure this suit won't shrink if it gets wet on me." "S" Ganderson:-"Mine frendt, every fire company in the city has squirted vater on dot suit." R 85 T O Established 1882 E E FUNERAL DIRECTORS L O U I S S E L I G E 409 E. Main Street Ambullfmce Setfwlce Elizabeth Cityis Le-fzding Jeweler Phone 412 Fine Watches - Diamonds - Jewelry E RAULFS SL COX NORTH STAR FLOUR Tailors and D1-y Cleaners The Fleur With a Wheat Flfwor 5 Ham-,ng TH-ed the Rest More Bread to the Bag -Now Tw The Best Scott Produce Company E Members of N. R. A. Phone 184 E E - 4 - 5'5'3.5G-6666 ..M,,2..,,..M.....,,,.,,.. , .,:?,,,W,?, -7-M ---A 3 b ' M y , lflff, M ff -Hnv I t gf 'T , "' fe X ,.,V,, 1 ff,'f f se , ,..... , C 4,,, ,. g ei Z Compliments of GECRGE J. SPENCE Compliments of CITY ELECTRIC CO. Cmpliments of Foreman-Derrickson MCCLELLANYS VQHGQI' CO1'I1paI1y 56 to 31 00 The Original ' Barrel and Basket Manufacturers Compliments of TWiford's Funeral P a rl o r Ambulance Service Compliments of Quinn Furniture Co. E!! E E Bicycles - Accessories - Repairing I J O H N H . H A L L E GRIFFIN BICYCLE SHOP E Keys Made While You Wait Attorney-at-Law M c C A B E 85 G R I C E E1 "Shopping Center Since 1890" Elizabeth City North Carolina E EELEY'S a D. WALTE HA R RMS ERVICE E Known for Good Clothes E R. L. DAVIS ARROW GROCERY BEEF, MUTTON and PORK 198 N. Poindexter St. City Market Phone 25 or 305 Phones 990 - 991 Mildreggspplglgtst ghflppe Bill 's C o n f e c tio n e r y . toa ree . A . NSW It Wim Floweysu P. .D. Q. Curb and Delivery SQIVICG Poindexter Street Phone 805 Phone 842 . . 5 Master Service Station T H O M A S C R A N K 5' The Big TEXACO Station "The Main Who Knows Fish" on the Corner Phones 204 - 410 IEJEJEIEIEIEF M 2 ' Z W iii f o'o 7 fi 'C -fA' lrfl O ' r nnn ' 4 ' rerasmeremerv E E Compliments of Compliments of E Mrs. T. J. MERRITT, R. N. B, B, JAMES Visiting Nursing a Specialty Groceries of All Kinds PHONE 229-J L Complimezzts of 5 Westover Blvd. Phone 789-J E Elizabeth City, N. C. Q Phone 789-J E IEIEIEIE A Service Station Where the Word SERVICE-Means Something .... GULF SERVICE STATION at Elizabeth City Cross Roads ! Carrie Lee's Beauty Shoppe Haircuts and Permanents Phone 373-W SAWYER COMPANY QUALITY SHOP for MEN Main Street . . GIFTS OF ALL KINDS . . MELICK'S Fred M :-"Aren't you Wild about bathing beauties '?" Sanford A:-"I don't know. I never bathed one." SERVICE NEWS CO. 114 North Martin St. Phone 1020 G I L B E R T ' S Ladies' Ready-to-Wefz-1' LOVE BROS. Wholesale and Retail Dealer in Beef - Mutton - Poultry - Pork, Etc. Phone 79 FOWLER SL COMPANY We Appreciate Your Patronage Compliments of C. W. Hollowell 8: Sons Compliments of 5 STEVENS TIRE STORE Everybody Likes the Friendly Service kat-. THE SUGAR BOWL LUNCHES -- - -'JSQGQ-6665 f .-v, N211 IELIEJ7' LJEFUTILJEJEJ '-" flfyfl 2 t,,,, 'I' fs .. e 7 'ts -'A'A, " f , ,,,, en,-J -'f"f 1 ,,,, fi ,,,,,,,,, L , - ..,a F 5 , Compliments of 6 ' Compliments of ELIZABETH CITY BRICK CO. CENTRAL CAFE E1 'EJ Compliments of Compliments of J H E A L B E M A R L E E Compliments of PHARMACY Dr. M. M. HARRIS, Denust 426 Carolina Bldg. e WE SPECIALIZE in PEANUT PRCDUCTS APCO Brand Peanut Butter 'Ihat Made AYDLETT'S Peanut Butter- Cheese Sandwiches so Famous Malden Only by AYDLETT PRODUCTS CO. Compliments of COLONIAL OIL co. T CLEANING WGRKS Distributors f0I' Purol Products Cleanerg Phone 262 Phone 280 IEIEIEIEIEIEIEI WEEE'HEE EEEEEEEEE I 2 5 5 se e-ease


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