Elizabeth City High School - Spotlight Yearbook (Elizabeth City, NC)
- Class of 1947
Page 1 of 112
Pages 6 - 7
Pages 10 - 11
Pages 14 - 15
Pages 8 - 9
Pages 12 - 13
Pages 16 - 17
Text from Pages 1 - 112 of the 1947 volume:
, 1' --5
1.4, Hfiyu .-
ff 'T ? v.
,. .I'f..'4S, " ri,
.- .. j - .I
swf f -
fir .YP x-
!-H l-l- y:,L!',1-,fwfr '
90-f -'n.'Q.,f-,Lf 'NNN
jj'-'.f ,f H., 4
:1?1' T-' .5.:' 455.7
.I lv., f , ,' - 4-1'
ly. V gm' Ulf 1 J
.54 , ,. .. . .. . I
'L .4 -'Yu' '.'.'-f '
. . . , ,h 1 ..
"- 'SfiIu""".-r -"-' - 4
T1J1,.3,', ,f.kTV'-v '..' - ' J
' 14-4v1'A -'l'A. 51- A ' 14
2 r' p. , r A.
pg . A gig, '
U11 .1 . 314. A. x r
. '- .- , '-wf'-F.'.-' 'A
4 :Lx .5 - .!. . I '
f'.i'.u xi A . K
"1" , -v ' .r
f YV uf! ,ig-,U II' Ill, I, I
.U ' '."."x'f V
"P 'II--nf-14 Mgffjvrl. 'Nr'
ul" V' ".'z:.', n' l, A
IL, ' .. 4' 3-4 ,N
4",,J' Agar' - I 1 '
".-. ."v'5,, ' 'WF'
"3 Sv" '.tnf:'- ,
"- .14 -. ff- -'.-1' 'A 7 ,
lf""'?' sl ' ,Qgi
119 ' W? ." -
Q.. . SJ.. ':.-fkiqwr, ,
.nf J.. up-1. lik I'
N'14.- -., V. 'wit' Q
I-A -.rrgvfal -'
-fuk ae rf adm
!."'Q,,:'g' r- " F
.V A-gf"'.s'. f' :-
.. , -1 ,,- Rl' cnt.
1'-2:-. A WH
-' n 1k:'.Y',g. '
4 ALF, LQ ,VK
'16 ?. Aff ." YE
I1 Wx ,
1 4 V.
n , .
'.' V- I '-.
1 x g
Iv 'vip' " I ' u r
571, 3 '
.Y'v'?L:, ld '
3 , 15 1. '
u ' ' V
Ja 4' '1 I I
. 4 J
.. - Q Q '
. A i9'Qv"'5'-'W'
1 ' luryxif
5 Qxllf I. 1
4 , 4 '
A 1 1
41 lags ...ln
Q 1 Q,
" T lv. 1-' H
. 4, ,
iff,-,F vi' '
n .' "N
. A ' 1-'fl
. av: wg, ,Q
,I ' 1,3
. - 41?
fir - -A 'fx
n ,n ' 3
o 1,-0 ', "5
V V., H ,.
-' -f WW., x
V JAQWIJ 's
' ' .""". ' u
., ,' 'N . Z.
' - 'zz . v' Q
W ' Ann! l 'V'-.
'P' Q." '
' -31 '
1 yi.: ".
I ' x wl - 'R
lr. x 4,14
. YT' Vi '.','uL
. I V,-li
-K rf' V3 'Jap
N 1. K ,n
4 'X ',-' Q
.kmwf ,gh ".'!i3
, 3 .. A, -'.
. . ,.-
u ,. , ,
:Y , ', I.
7,41 'H' '
' 'X " x.lQ'q
.. U P' , A 'G 'x
"L..'Aa15'Q .. .w
AT.: nl .Y
1 o N ,gf 'z
,d ,Y P V'
- . ,gr 1
. 1' .,. X 4'
','A AV44 .-
0 -J 5
1 ' F
. 9 L
' " Q n .'n 'L .
x ' .
N H .QI . k g , Mi, UQ 0 A, V?
f wifi if M ' YM' ,sis 155,
ELIZABETH CITY HIGH SCHOOL
Life at ELIZABETH CITY HIGH SCHOOL is one crammed with activity! The rustling of pages,
the enthusiasm of club Work, the excitement of the gridiron, the band on parade, the
whirl of social life, the friendship of the faculty, the spirit among th-e classes - vivid
Word pictures that describe student life of '47.
Roni: MARIE Asmzw, I-Iflilor
ANNI-I'l"llE VVARII, Businfss Illmzaycr
T110 CIIYIIIIIIC l'rw.ws, Inc.
lffllljiflfl, N. C.
MR. MILES CLARK
Affectionately known by the students of E.C.H.S. as "Uncle
Miles," who by his uneeasing efforts to further the progress
of the schoolg by his loyal devotion to the bandg by his
willingness to cooperate in every possible Way with every-
thing vve dog and who, most of all, by his friendly, sym-
pathetic interest in us and our aifairs has endeared himself
to all, We gratefully dedicate this 1947 edition of THE
In this volume of the SPOTLIGHT, We View High
School life as a treasured musical composition.
From the loud crashing chords of groups down
to the tinkling melodies of personalities, we pre-
sent to you in word and picture our student life.
As we unroll our song to you, may its notes
J. G. MCCRACKEN' E. C. FUNDERBURK
ELIZABETH CHAPPELL PAULINE MOE
Home Economics CLINKSCALES
ALICE LEE HARRIS
Advisor, Commercial Club Advisor, Junior Red Cross
Advisor, Beta Club.
Advisor, Student Council,
Business Staff of
ROBERT G. BREVVER
Advisor, Veterans' Club
Advisor, Drarnatics Club
JOHN W. JOHNSON MARY BLANE JUSTUS
Physical Education, Coach Music
Advisor, Monogram Club Advisor, Glee Club,
MARY L. OVVENS
PAUL R. LITTLE
AIDA MARIA ROSES
JOHN N. TURNER, JR.
Quill and Scroll
Advisor, Girls' Athletic
Girls' Basketball Coach
, M W 1-:Q - gf . '
, iw -
M"f'f'V,,, I ,W,,,f,f .1.A-,M ,.,, wi, uf W , ,, A w him '
. if-fmfdj' PM mum
5 'l ffffxf www
. XY x+ Q X,
HERBERT MCCOY ...,........ President
JUDITH JONES ........ Vice President
INEZ ASKEW ...,,.,.,. ,,... S eeretrzry
WALTER BARNARD ........ Treasurer
The history of our Class is particularly Outstanding for we
are the first Class to have presented three plays, honored two
senior Classes with a dance, given two student body presidents
to E.C.H.S., and last, but not least, received the honor of our
Yellow Jackets winning the State A-2 Championship during
our Senior year.
When we don our caps and gowns as the first class to
graduate with twelve grades, we know that our responsibil-
ities and senior privileges have taught us to be better citizens
CLASS UF 1947
ANNE ELAINE ADAINIS
Journey io a Star
Quantico High School 1, 2, 33 Beta Club 43 Class
Secretary-Treasurer 23 Basketball 3, 4.
MARGARET HELEN ALDERMAN
The Lass zvifh the Delicate Air
Snow Hill High School 1, 2, 3, 43 Beta Club 3, 43
Dancing Club 33 Basketball 43 Teen-Age Club,
President 3, 43 Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4, 5.
BEULAH ANN ALIMEEN
Dancing Club 1, 23 Hobby Club 1, 23 Monogram
Club 4, 53 Girls' Athletic Association, President
53 Basketball 2, 3, 4, 53 Cheerleader 5.
CARL LEE ANDERSON
Best of All
Dancing Club 13 Glee Club 13 Dramatics Club 2,
3, 43 Student Council 43 Hi-Y 43 Beta Club 43
Spotlight 43 Loudspeaker 4.
NORMAN C. ARMSTRONG
There Must Be a VVay
Etiquette Club 33 Hi-Y 4, 53 Treasurer of Teen
Tavern 43 Business Manager of Loudspeaker 53
Hobby Club 33 Secretary of Home Room 43 Boys'
State 53 Superlative 5.
WILLIAM M. ASKEW
Lirzger in My Arms a Little Longer, Baby
G. I. Club 53 Superlative 5.
INEZ MARIE ASKEW
The Day After Forever
Dancing Club 1, 23 Tennis Club 2. 33 Secretary 23
Boosters' Club 3, 43 Vice-President 33 Beta Club
4, 53 Vice-President 53 Community Sing 1, 2, 33
Glee Club 1, 2, 51 Secretary 13 Vice-President 33
Home Room Secretary 53 Marshal 3, 43 Library
Assistant 53 Store Assistant 51 Secretary of
ROSE MARIE ASKEW
You're the Dream of Dreams
Student Council 1, 2, 3, 4, 53 Secretary of Class
1, 23 Beta Club 3, 4. 53 Quill and Scroll 4, 53 Tri-
Hi-Y 3, 43 Treasurer 33 Spotlight 4, 53 Editor 53
Junior Play 43 Chief Marshal 4, 53 Tennis Club 1,
23 President 13 Glee Club 1, 2: Cheerleader 5:
Girls' State 33 Superlative 5.
A as "WO
z ' 4,
fa ' ,, if-NWFWFQ '
we f 3
, ' J
HILDA ANN AUSTIN
I'vc Got My Love to Keep Me Warln
Dramatics Club 4, 53 Vice President 53 Dancing
Club 2, 33 Glee Club 1, 2, 33 Band 3, 4, 53 Com-
munity Sing 2, 33 Home Room Treasurer 13
Loudspeaker Staff 53 Basketball 13 Junior Play
43 Library Assistant 5.
JOYCE IRENE BAILEY
Sometliiny Old, Something New
Dancing Club 2, 33 Girls' Athletic Association,
Vice-President 53 Tennis Club 13 Community Sing
33 Commercial Club, President 53 Basketball 2,
RosE VIRGINIA BALLANCE
Mighty Like a Rose
Moyock High School 1, 2, 33 Basketball 1, 23
Commercial Club 5.
I Only Want a Buddy, Not a Gal
President of Class 1, 23 Treasurer 53 President of
Home Room 53 Hi-Y Club 4, 5: President 53 Spot-
light 53 Superlative 5.
ALLIE RIvEs BELL
Love and Learn
Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4, 53 Librarian 23 Community
Sing 2, 33 Dancing Club 2, 33 Dramatics 2, 3.
BETTY LOU BELL
Monogram Club 3, 4. 53 Dancing Club 2, 33 Tennis
Club 2, 33 Basketball 2, 3, 4, 52 Girls' Athletic
Association 53 Basketball Manager 5: Treasurer
of Home Room 5.
Y0ll'llC' Got VVhat It Takes
Band 1, 2, 3, 4, 53 Sergeant 4, 53 Honor Society
4, 53 Tri-Hi-Y Club 4, 5Q Vice President 43 Treas-
urer 53 Patriotic Club 53 Dramatics Club 53 Com-
munity Sing 2, 33 Dancing Club 2, 33 Basketball
1, 2, 53 Sophomore Play 23 Teen Tavern Secretary
43 Home Room Secretary 13 Superlative 5.
MARY ELLEN BLADES
Singing in the Rain
Band 1, 2, 3, 4, 53 Corporal 4, 53 Honor Society
4, 53 Tri-Hi-Y 4, 53 Secretary 43 Patriotic Club 3,
4, 53 Vice-President 43 Treasurer 53 Dramatics 53
Junior Class Treasurer 43 Girl Scout 1, 23 Com-
munity Sing 33 Junior Play 43 Superlative 5.
RALPH W. BLADES
My Baby Told Me So
Monogram Club 3, 4, 55 Veterans Club 53 Coach
of Junior Varsity 5.
WILTON HOLMES BRAY
Mister Lucky Me
Shiloh High School 1, 2.
VIRGINIA LEE BRICKHOUSE
I Love Your Laugh
Dancing Club 4, 55 Community Sing 4, 5.
Hey, Good Looking
Football 55 Baseball 53 Veterans Club 5, Mono-
gram Club 5. .
SAMUEL T. BROWN, JR.
The Band Played On
Hi-Y Club 3, 4, 55 President 33 Debators' Club 33
Vice-President 33 Election Committee Chairman
45 Boys' Glee Club 53 Marshal 33 Band 1, 2, 3, 4,
55 Sergeant 3, Captain 4, 5, Superlative 5.
DOROTHY LEE BURGESS
Shine On Harvest Moon
Shiloh High School 1, 2.
MARY JUNE BURGESS
Baby, Get Your Man
Shiloh High School 19 Community Sing 33 Danc-
ing Club 3, Glee Club 55 Dramatics Club 53
Get Yourself a Red Head
The Broken Record
Community Sing 33 Dancing Club 33 Treasurer3
Patriotic Club 4, 52 Secretary 52 Dramatics Club
53 Honorary Band Society 4, 53 Treasurer 53
Home Room Secretary 1. 2, 3, 4, 52 Vice- Pres-
ident of Teen Tavern 43 Basketball 1, 2, 33
Majorette 4, 53 Superlative5.
'CLARENCE CASTELLOW, JR.
Take Me Out to the Ball Game
Hobby Club 33 Treasurer 33 Election Committee
43 Football 3, 4, 53 Baseball 3, 4, 53 Monogram
Club 4, 53 Treasurer 5.
BILLY CLAYTON CATHY
.4 Friend of Yours
Shiloh High School 1, 2, 3, 43 Class President 4.
FRANCES EGERTON CHESSON
Back in the Saddle Again
Dancing Club 23 Band 1, 2, 3, 4, 51 Corporal 4,
5: Marshal 43 Dance Band 3, 4, 5Q Chapel Band
3, 4, 53 Glee Club 5.
GLENN LEIGH Cox
Little Man You'ue Had a Busy Day
Hi-Y Club 4, 53 Debators' Club 33 School Debates
4, 53 Student Council 4, 53 President 53 Tar Heel
Boys' State 53 Band Honor Society 3, 4, 51 Band
1, 2, 3, 43 Sophomore and Junior Plays 3, 43
Monogram Club 4, 53 Manager Baseball Team 43
MILDRED JANE CUTHRELL
Junior Red Cross 23 Etiquette Club 33 Glee Club
4, 53 Dancing Club 3.
Right as the Rain
Art Club 13 Hobby Club 23 Tennis Club 33 Mono-
gram Club 4, 53 Basketball 33' Baseball 3, 43
Election Committee 5.
WALTER JOSEPH DAv1s
I'cl Do It All Over Again
Washington Lee High School 1, 23 Safety Patrol
53 Hi-Y Club 5.
FRANCES LESCELLES DAVIS
Bell Bottom Trozlsers
Tri-Hi-Y Club 4. 51 President 51 Patriotic 3, 4, 53
Etiquette Club 33 Majorette 4, 53 Spotlight -13
Loudspeaker 53 Glee Club 13 Student Council 2,
3, 43 Junior Play 43 Vice-President Class -1.
Pl-l'ILLlP RAY DIXON
You'rc Slightly Tl'l'I'ffll.'
Community Sing 33 Boosters' Club 3: Hi-Y Club
4, 53 Secretary 53 Monogram Club 13 Dancing
Club 23 President Home Room 3, 43 Safety Patrol
4, 53 Chairman Baseball 1, 2, 3, 43 Football 4, 5.
RACHEL ELIZABETH DUNBAR
Glee Club 1. 2. 3, 53 Secretary 33 President Home
Room 43 Secretary-Treasurer 5.
Slender, Tender, and Tall
Moyock High School 1, 23 Basketball 2, 3.
DOC HORACE ETHERIDGE, JR.
The Girl That I Marry
Moyock High School 1, 2, 33 Baseball 2, 33 Basket-
ball 3, 43 G. I. Club 5.
JOSEPH FERRELL, JR.
Don't Fence Me In
Moyock High School 1, 2, 3, 43 Basketball 2, 3, 43
Football 53 Baseball 3, 43 G. I. Club 51 Superla-
CLAUDE B. FERRELL, JR.
Sharp as u Tuck
Art Club 23 Tennis Club 33 Vice-President 33
Etiquette Club 33 Vice-President 33 Vice Pres-
ident Home Room 33 Safety Patrol 3, 4, 53 Elec-
tion Committee 4, 5.
I Had the Craziest Dream
Shiloh High School 1, 2.
Love is a Corny Thing
Shiloh High School 1, 2.
NELLIE WRAYE FORBES
Poiniing The Clouds lVith Sunshine
Tri-Hi-Y 4, 5: Chaplain 53 Beta Club 3, -1, 53
Secretary 4, 53 Dancing Club 33 Etiquette Club 33
President 33 Junior Red Cross 23 Home Room
Secretary 13 Student Council 53 Spotlight Staff 53
Marshal 3, 43 Girls' State 43 Superlative 5.
You'rc the Dream l'1n the Dream
Glee Club 1, 23 Dancing Club 33 Dramatics Club
33 Home Room Secretary-Treasurer 1, 2.
LILLIAN ELIZABETH GOVER
Great Day in the Morning
Football 1, 2, 33 Baseball Manager 33 lvlonogram
Club 1. 23 Veterans' Club 1.
There is lVorlc to be Done Together
Hi-Y 3, 4, 53 Superlative 53 Etiquette Club 33 Sec-
retary-Treasurer 33 Hobby Club 33 Boys' Glee
Club 3, 4, 53 Community Sing 33 Patriotic Club 33
Safety Patrol 53 Library Stal? 5.
J. B. HEA'FH
Bye For Now
Shiloh High School 1, 2.
ROSE MARIE HlQA'fIi
Shiloh High School 1, 2.
J. B. HENDERSON
I'lZ Siring Along lVilh. You
Hi-Y Club 2, 3: Monogram Club 3, 4, 5: G. I.
Club 5g Football 4, 53 Basketball -1.
ELEANOR LQNN HETTRICK
And 1110 Angels Sing
Patriotic Club 2, 3, -l. 53 Glee Club 1, 2. 3, 4, O:
Secretary -lg Dancing Club 2, Community Sing
NORMA FAYE HOOPER
If's Bccn SO Nice
Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4, 53 Treasurer 4, Patriotic Club
4, Dancing 2, 3: Community Sing 2, 3.
Do I Know lfvlllll 1,171 Doing
Hi-Y Club 1: Hobby Club 25 Vice-President Home
CHARLES ROBERT HOPKINS
Tlzcy'rc Eiihcz' TOO Young or Too Old
Band 1. 2, 3, 4, 5: President 43 Captain 55 Base-
ball -lg Hi-Y Club 2, 33 BOOSterS' Club 55 Veterans'
Club 63 Vice-President 6.
You ore as Street as a Rccl Rose in June, Dear
Glee Club 15 Community Sing 33 Hobby Club 3'
Buxton High School 1, 23 Dancing Club 31 Eti-
quette Club 3: Commercial Club 5.
,ANNE LOUISE JERALDS
He's My Guy
Junior Red Cross 1, 23 Glee Club 2, 5g Dancing
rv, ..... W .
You"re the Moment of a. Lifetime
Tri-Hi-Y Club 53 Glee Club 1, 2, 33 Secretary 1,
23 Treasurer 33 Etiquette Club 33 Dancing Club
2, 33 Community Sing 23 Commercial Club 53
Vice-President 53 Home Room Secretary 1, 2, 33
Treasurer 4, 53 Spotlight 53 Basketball 13 Queen
of Veterans' Club 53 Band 4, 53 Superlative 53
Dramatics Club 5.
HELEN CLETUS JONES
Drifting and Dreaming
Girls' Reserve 23 Travelers' Club 33 Commercial
Club 53 Secretary 53 Community Sing 13 Spotlight
53 Art Club 23 Hobby Club 3.
And Then lt's Heaven
Student Council 13 Band 1, 2, 3, 53 Photography
Club 13 President 13 Art Club 13 Quill and Scroll
3, 4, 53 Beta Club 3, 4, 53 Loudspeaker 3. 43 Spot-
light 3. 4, 53 Dramatics Club 33 Scribblers' Club
33 Sophomore Play 33 Cheerleader 53 Vice-Pres-
ident Senior Class 53 Superlative 5.
I Think Tue Talked Too Much Already
Beta Club 3, 4, 53 President 51 Vice-President 43
Tri-Hi-Y Club 3, 4, 53 Dancing Club 33 Quill and
Scroll 4, 53 President 53 Home Room Treasurer
33 Vice-President 43 Loudspeaker 4, 53 Marshal 33
Junior Play 4.
Angel of Mercy
Glee Club 2, 3, 53 Dancing Club 33 Dramatics 33
Community Sing 23 Miss 1947.
Fortune for a Penny
Dancing Club 1, 23 Photography 13 Tri-Hi-Y Club
4, 53 Secretary 53 Student Council 4, 53 Basketball
1, 2, 33 Library Assistant 5.
11's Great to be Young
Patriotic Club 1, 23 Glee Club 13 Hobby Club 33
Safety Patrol 4, 5.
Please Don't Make a Football Out of My Heart
Hi-Y Club 1, 2, 3, 4, 51 Monogram Club 4, 51
Glee Club 53 Home Room President 43 Class Pres-
ident 53 Safety Patrol 3, 43 Loudspeaker 33 House
and Grounds Chairman 53 Junior Play 43 Foot-
ball 4, 51 Basketball 4, 53 Baseball 4, 53 Super-
You Came Along
Hi-Y Club 3, 4, 55 Monogram 4, 55 Boosters' Club
45 Dancing Club 35 Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 55 Football
45 Safety Patrol 3, 4, 55 Elections Committee 2, 3.
Youll Be So Nice To Come Home To
Moyock School 1, 2, 35 Glee Club Secretary 45
Home Room Secretary 55 Basketball 4, 55 Super-
Tlmnlrs For the Memory
Hi-Y Club 3, 4, 55 Secretary 45 Monogram Club
4, 55 Secretary 55 Tennis Club 2, 35 Athletic Club
25 Boys' Glee Club 55 Travelers' Club 15 Loud-
speaker 3, 4, 55 Basketball 2, 3, 4, 5.
I Guess I'll Get the Paper and Go Home
Tennis Club 35 Vice-President 35 Athletic Club 55
Monogram Club 3, 45 Vice-President 3, 45 Basket-
ball 1, 55 Cheerleader 3, 4.
My Little Lady Make Believe
Tri-Hi-Y Club 55 Junior Red Cross 25 Dancing
Club 35 Patriotic Club 35 Superlative 5.
Tri-Hi-Y Club 3, 4, 55 Beta Club 4, 55 Treasurer
55 Quill and Scroll 3, 4, 55 President 45 Spotlight
3, 4, 55 Editor 45 Band 1, 2, 3, 4, 55 Student Di-
rector 4, 55 Marshal 3, 45 Sophomore Play 35 Vice-
President of Class 35 Band Honor Society 4, 5.
Tennis Club 35 Dancing Club 25 Glee Club 2, 55
Band 3, 4, 55 Sergeant 4, 55 Junior Play 45 Vice-
President of Home Room 15 Sergeant-at-Arms 5.
Cocktails For Two
Perquimans High School 1, 25 Glee Club 3, 4. 55
President 45 Dancing Club 35 President 35 Dram-
atics Club 3, 4, 55 President 35 Vice-President 45
Treasurer 55 Sophomore Play 35 Cheerleader 55
Home Room Vice-President 5.
Patriotic Club 3, 4: Secretary 3, 43 Beta Club 3,
-1, 53 Quill and Scroll 4, 53 Vice-President 53 Tri-
Hi-Y Club 53 Loudspeaker 3, -13 Spotlight 53 Bas-
ketball 13 Student Council 33 Marshal 33 Secretary
of Home Room 1, 2, 3, -13 Band 1, 2, 3. 4. 53
Othcer 4, 52 Band Honor Society 4. 53 Secretary
-43 Library Assistant 5.
Jo ANN PINNER
Among My Souvenirs
Tri-Hi-Y Club 3, 4, SQ Beta Club 53 Quill and
Scroll 3, -1, 51 Dramatics 1, 23 Patriotic Club 23
Glee Club 13 Vice-President 13 Student Council 2,
3, -1. 5: Secretary 2: Spotlight 3. 4. 53 Band 2, 3,
-1. 53 Sophomore Play 33 Marshal 33 Superlative
53 Band Honor Society 53 Junior Play 4.
JAMES ALBERT PRESTON
Snzolcc Gcfs in Your Eyes
Monogram 3, 4, 53 Hi-Y Club 3, 4, 53 Treasurer
43 Student Council -1, 53 Sergeant-at-Arms 43 Spot-
light 43 Sophomore Play 33 Junior Play 43 Foot-
ball 3. 4, 53 Captain 53 Manager Baseball Team
33 Mr. 1946--17.
Every Day of My Life
Hi-Y Club 3, -1, 5: Quill and Scroll 4, 53 Glee Club
53 Athletic Club 23 Student Council 43 Loud-
speaker 4, 53 Superlative 5.
That Old Black Magic
Central High School 13 Scribblers' Club 33 Sopho-
more Play 33 .lunior Play 43 Band 2, 3, 43 Loud-
speaker -13 Editor 5.
You Can Forwclrd My Illczil Care of R.F.D.
Monogram Club 4. 5: Football -1, 53 Hobby Club -1.
Dancing' Club 3: Travelers' Club 33 Commercial
Club 53 Treasurer 53 Home Room Treasurer 5.
Down By the Old Mill Stream
Shiloh High School 1, 2.
J ULIAN Ross
Let the Rest of the lV0'rlfl Go By
Kinston 13 Band 1, 2, 3, 43 Officer 43 Orchestra
43 Boosters' Club 13 Patriotic Club 2, 33 Treasurer
33 Hi-Y Club 4, 53 Vice-President 53 Monogram
Club 4, 5Q Spotlight 4, 53 Class Play 3, 43 Home
Room President 43 Student Council 53 Basketball
Manager 43 Dancing Club 3.
The Young Man IVHII cz Horn
Band 1, 2, 3, 4, 53 Officer 3, 43 Orchestra 1, 2, 3.
43 Hi-Y Club 2, 3, 43 All-State Band 33 Honor
Society 3, 43 Safety Patrol 3: Glee Club 4.
MILTON HENRY SAWYER
Red Sails in the Sunset
Art Club 13 Community Sing 23 Sea Scouts 3:
Two Honorable Mentions in National High School
Poetry Association 43 Glee Club 53 Superlative 5.
NELLIE MAUD SANDERLIN
A Little Jive Is Good For You
Patriotic Club 3, 4, 53 Dancing Club 33 Girls'
Athletic Association 53 Sophomore Class 23 Secre-
tary-Treasurer 23 Basketball 1, 2.
VIRGINIA V. SEARS
If You Were the Only Girl
Community Sing 13 Secretary Junior Red Cross
13 Hobby Club 33 Photography Club 23 Patriotic
Club 33 Band 3, 4, 53 Officer 53 Tri-Hi-Y Club 53
Home Room Secretary 5.
FLORENCE JEANETTE SMALL
Doing Wlzat Comes Naturally
Loudspeaker Staff 3, 4, 53 Dramatics Club 2, 3,
4, 51 Patriotic Club 3, 4, 52 Band 1, 2, 3, 4, 53
Officer 4, 53 Sophomore Play 23 Junior Play 43
Glee Club 13 Travelers' Club 33 Basketball 1:
Orchestra 1, 3, 4. 53 Hobby Club 1.
Come On and lVlzistZe
Dancing Club 13 Etiquette 1.
HELEN LOUISE STANLEY
If I Didn't Care
Dramatics Club 2, 33 Treasurer 23 Travelers' Club
33 Treasurer 33 Patriotic Club 53 Dancing Club 23
Band 3, 4, 53 Glee Club 1, 23 Sophomore Play 33
, an-A 5'
. if 3
I 1? ff
.... , ri W'
K J 3 ' fa, ff
fi' A Q WX! f' aa'
, , .ge
gg 3 .4 Q
MARGUERITE V. STAPLES
Smiles Are Made Out of the Sunshine
Shiloh High School 1, 2.
ARTHUR B. STEVENSON
How Little We Know
Hi-Y Club 3, 4, 55 Chaplain 55 Travelers' Club 15
Glee Club 55 Monogram 3, 4, 55 Safety Patrol 4,
55 Basketball 2, 3, 45 Junior Play 4.
LEO V. SWEATTE, JR.
Central High, Fort Lauderdale, Florida 15 Central
High, Washington, D. C.5 Pan American Club 15
Swimming Club 15 Football 15 Track 15 L Club 15
Cadets 25 Swimming 25 Football 25 C Club 25
Monogram Club 35 Football 3, 45 Monogram 45
Veterans' Club 4.
MARION S. SWINDELL
Dramatics Club 35 Safety Patrol 4, 55 Patriotic
Club 35 Home Room Treasurer 1.
JANE FRANCIS SWINDELL
Don't Be a Baby, Baby
Dramatics Club 1, 35 Patriotic Club 1, 2, 55 Vice
President 55 Tri-Hi-Y Club 3, 4, 55 Treasurer 45
President 55 Student Council 2, 3, 45 Band Honor
Society 4, 55 Home Room President 55 Spotlight
Staff 55 Marshal 35 Class Play 3, 45 Band 1, 2, 3,
4, 55 Ofhcer 4, 55 Orchestra 3, 4, 55 All-State Band
45 Girls, State 4.
Sleepy Time Gal
Junior Red Cross 15 Dramatics Club 15 Band 1,
25 Basketball 1, 2.
Forgefvme-nots in Your Eyes
Band 1, 2, 3,5 G. I. Club 55 Tennis Club 35 Travel-
ers' Club 3.
DORIS MAE TWIFORD
And So I Dream
Hobby Club 25 Junior Red Cross 25 Tennis Club
35 Dramatics Club 35 Glee Club 3, 4, 5.
Student Council 1, 2, 33 Tri-Hi-Y Club 3, 4, 51
Chaplain 43 Beta Club 3, 4, 51 President 43 Spot-
light Staff 3, 4, 51 Business Manager 51 Quill and
Scroll 3, 4, 53 Band 1, 2, 3, 4, 53 Officer 4, 53
Orchestra 3, 4, 5, Honor Society 4, 5, Dramatics
Club 1, Patriotic Club 1.
WILLIAM HENRY WEATIIERLY, III
A Hunting We Will Go
Photography Club 1, 23 President 2, Basketball
3, 4, Senior Play 5Q Patriotic Club 23 Dancing
Club 2, 3, Monogram Club 4, 53 Glee Club 1, 5.
GRACE HOLLAND WEBSTER
I Got Rhythm
Band 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, Officer 4, 55 Dramatics Club 3,
4, 5, Community Sing 33 Secretary 35 Honor So-
ciety 4, 53 Patriotic Club 4, 52 Orchestra 2, 33
Sophomore Play 35 Junior Play 43 Home Room
Secretary-Treasurer 13 Loudspeaker 3, 4, State
Band 3, 45 Dance Band 1, 2, 3,
Oh, She's As Sweet As a Bun
Junior Red Cross 13 Hobby Club 35 Dancing Club
35 Patriotic Club 4, 5.
CHARLES F. WHITE
Swinging On a Star
Football 3, 4, 53 Baseball 3, Monogram 4, 53
President 5, Dramatics Club 2, Home Room Pres-
ident 2g Treasurer 45 Superlative 5.
Time Alone Will Tell
Monogram Club 4, 55 Football 4, 55 Baseball 4,
Tennis Club 1.
Pages of Memory
Monogram Club 4, 5g Football Varsity 4g Dram-
atics Club 1.
MARGARET ESTELLE WILLIAMS
Girls' Reserve 2, Dancing Club 3, Community
Sing 35 Glee Club 2, 3, 45 Treasurer 25 Librarian
35 Hobby Club 35 Secretary 3, Commercial Club
53 Home Room Vice-President 43 Secretary 5.
WILLIAM NORMAN WILSON
Shiloh High School 1, 2.
Cl1I1fCllGlf!jflf and iVine
G. I. Club 53 Basketball 2.
AY BACK IN '35 on a sunny September morn almost 125 snaggled toothed six-year-old young-
sters with angelic looks on their faces entered the Primary School on Parsonage Street.
Slowly our halos began to disappear as we entered the S. L. Sheep School. We spent part of our
time in the old S. L. Sheep School but due to the building being condemned we were forced to
hold classes in the Primary and High Schools the following years. Proudly we returned to the
new S. L. Sheep School building for the latter part of the sixth grade.
The next year we had the first taste of journalism in publishing the S. L. Sheep News and we
displayed our talents as the leads in the Dixie Land Minstrel. Then we were sad for it was spring
and we must leave our new school which we had come to love dearly.
After looking forward to happy high school days we were slightly disillusioned, for on our
first day we were ruined by the lipstick, shoe polish, and perfume of the Sophomores. The eighth
grade wasn't too bad with the help of the understanding Safety Patrol and our discovery that
teachers are humans. Alt.hough some considered it an honor that we were to be the first class to
have a 12-year course, we were eager to be Freshmen and a real class in E.C.H.S. But to our amaze-
ment there was lilttle difference during our Freshman year.
We played the role of Juniors our Sophomore year and successfully presented a mystery play.
ttDrums of Death" and sponsored a magazine drive. Therefore we were able to honor the Seniors
with the Sophomore-Senior Dance which was held in the Virginia Dare Hotel Ballroom.
Due to the small Senior class, we published The Loudspeaker and The Spotlight the next
year. We dramaftized "The Little Minister" and gave a gay festival, the Junior Carnival. Again the
Virginia Dare Ballroom was the scene of much merry-making, our .Junior-Senior.
After ll. years of struggle we have finally reached the 12th rung of the ladder of achievement.
To this rung we are proud to add the Senior play, "Strictly Formal," and the successful pulolica-
tion of The Louclspenker and The Spotlight.
We realize that what we are today is greatly due to the guiding hands of the faculty and to
them we are grateful. 'Behind us are many happy days whose memories will linger on. Before us
is a challenge to make the future of the Class of 1947 even more successful than it has been in
Jo ANN PINNER
6" ,QQ x
MR. ond MISS 19-46-1947
VIRGINIA LAYDEN AND JIMMY PRESTON
E FQQBES WAUER BQRNARD '
.BETTY Lou BELL
HEl?BERT M 6'0v
V Bas? PERSONRLITV
Mmw EZLENBLHDES ',gfLLlf1Q5KElf'V
P MOST BRILLIRNT. A
Pose A441215 HSKEW
jim 5ffOVVN Esnsuf JONES M057 OWIGINHL
" "-Wm-L, A AH Lowsf 5 f+71vLEv UUPKV PEHBODV
f ,. .-- -'-w"""1m.,
53557 Z ookffvcz
6,4994 as hffffzef 2-Z?s2fs2f WOPCH4!
44057 7,54 4-fvrfzw
M4 row SQWWJW doo 9 do fzfz-5
0:7 ,Dg,-mfflfafvdfr 5
55'fP62ff:fff-9 fZ?f9xvr4-f? -fifeffv
Of f'Z-mm-:zz 150170 ci-QW-ffzf
om- 7001104 me -4
JO KZV4' fqwfvfk Gbffwv Coy- Af'
frfz Sf 722 5000550 V H
0404? 'Q-95554 Hfvfvs 651V
ITH THE ASSURANCE that the future of all our classmates of '47 would be revealed this very
night of May 30, 1957 Barbara Pearson and Charles Pritchard relaxed but possessed a sense
of anxiety. The world famous Prince Kris Tal Ball prepared for the ordeal. Lights dimmed and
attention centered upon the words of the great swami.
"I see," he said in mystifying tones, "I see fame and happiness for your fellow classmates.
Let us look together into the magic ball."
Upon looking closely the two learned that Glenn Leigh Cox and Jo Ann Pinner were destined
to put into practice experience gained in the Student Cooperative Government. Both will be can-
didates for president of the United States - Glenn Leigh for the "No Work, All Play" Party and
Jo Ann for the "Knock 'Em Cold" Party. Planning 'to be right up there with them are William
Peabody and Robert Midgett, running for seats in the Senate.
"I seef' the Prince continued, "a farm in Arizona with a colonial home designed vby the owner
in his high school days. Samuel Brown and the former Annette Ward are t.here with four children
who play the clarinet and trombone with expert precision. They are talking about Wilton Bray,
who was foreman of carpenters in charge of constructing their home, and Louise Stanley and
Carol Thurecht, who were the interior decorators. In decorating this home these girls made names
for themselves. Beulah Ammeen and Doris Twifond are employed here as maids and -Lillian Gover
is a modern governess for t-he children, who enjoy their dancing lessons which are taught by
Margaret Williams. William Norman Wilson tends the Brown's garden, of which a picture of his
tulip path has appeared in the Modern Home and Garden magazine."
Without too much astonishment on fthe part of Barbara and Charles and too much effort on
the part of Prince Kris Tal Ball, the magic of New York City was brought into the room and a
glimpse into the future of more seniors came for-th.
"In New York City Judy Jones is prophesied to be a critic of Broadway plays as well as a
noted artist of the year 1957. Hollie Webster left Faye Liverrnan and Romona Jennette on the
West Coast in Hollywood where they are busy starring in the movies. Hollie came to New York
to take the lead in Anne Adams' newest hit. In nearby theaters Mink Sawyer and Carolyn Phillips
are teamed in another hit. Hilda Austin is contemplating taking Porky and her children, Lamb.
Hambone, Beef Chop, and Sirloin back to Manteo to introduce them to grease paint in The Lost
'AA night club in New York is beginning to take form," his voice announced. "The owner is
J. B. Henderson. His wife, the former Eleanor Hettrick, is singer in the night club, while Dorothy
Lee Burgess, Rachel Dunbar, Suzanne Griiiin, and Rose Marie Heath have all turned chorus girls
backing up Mrs. Henderson. Their husbands have to watch the stage door, too. The orchestra
leader is Ed Sample who has in his band Carl Anderson playing the piano and Frances Chesson
showing her talent by making those drums really sound big time. A motion picture is soon to be
released on the 'Bee Hive,' the name of J. B.'s Place."
Waving this hands to clear away the vision, the Prince held them in the air, "Joe Ferrell, play-
boy to end all playboys, is a regular patron of the night spot and alternately brings with him two
models, Rose Marie Askew and Helen Alderman who has her eyes on a slick gambler from the
West Side-namely, Clarence tBig Bossl Castellow.
"In Baltimore Doctors Julian Ross and Nellie Forbes have established the largest hospital in
the nation offering treatment for students with insomnia. Included on fthe hospital staff of nurses
who administer Vitamin S to patients are Lescelles Davis, Anne Jeralds, Mildred Cuthrell, June
Burgess, Virginia Layden, and Virginia Lee Brickhouse. Leo Sweatte is head janitor of this huge
hospital. He handles his job as a college graduate should."
The scene shifted to Hollywood and the preview of the picture of the screen's latest comedy
team, Inez Askew and Hilbert Harris is being shown.
"Headlines are announcing scientific discoveries made by Professor Joyce Bailey with her
assistant mathematician Norman Armstrong," he resumed after a pause. "I believe this is a travel-
ing salesman I see. It is Robert Charles Hopkins. Beefy is salesman for the Brush Up Your Tech-
nique Brush Company.
"Tillers of the soil are Walter Davis and Ray Etheridge. Ray farms at Weeksville while Wal-
ter has an orange and grapefruit orchard in California. The former Anne Bennett has persuaded
her husband, Elmo, to continue living at Weeksville so Florence Small can remain her neighbor.
"Earl Davenport has placed aside his dream of being a professional ball player to become the
best liked milkman in Columbia.
"Elizabeth City claims its share of the class of '47. I see a recently constructed high school and
the principal's office is occupied by Jimmy Preston. There is a teachers' meeting and I see Jane
Swindell, teacher of historyg Estelle Jones, teacher of commercial studiesg and Mary Ellen Blades,
librarian. Physical education teachers are Betty Lou Bell and Bruce Reynolds. The teams they
coach are reported to be the best in the history of the high school.
t'The S. lL. Sheep School serves better -meals now that Kathleen Riddick is dietician and Eu-
gene Williams cooks all the food. Philip Ray Dixon in new police uniform has his favorite post of
duty on Road Street stopping cars for his children and others to get across to school.
"The mayor of the town is Jimmy Crowe," the Prince continued, "and prominent lawyers
include Glenn Carlin and Russell Hill. At this moment they are pleading with Judge Doc Ethe-
ridge who had to be awakened from his daily nap. It seems that Genevieve is filing a divorce suit
against Thomas Tillet on charges of refusing to be henpecked. Postmaster Claude Ferrell is con-
ferring with J. B. Heath, a new mailman for the city.
"The circus is in town and everyone goes free because the owners, Ralph Blades and Dick
Brothers, like to do this for people. Allan Hooper is an orator during the winter, but he spends
his summers as ringmaster of 'the five-ring circusfl
Barbara and Charles were amazed to find that Arthur Stevenson has succeeded in becoming
a truck driver, that Bill Mann and Marion Swindell are operating a funeral home jointly and are
considered North Carolinas best known embalmersg that Bill Weatherly is the wealthy owner of
the Moth Club: that Charles White is an announcer over the radio station, that Gid Twiddy owns
a taxi company and drives one for a hobby, that Billy Askew is the best plumber in the city, and
that Billy Cathy shines shoes.
Patsy Morgan is the most popular waitress in town especially with her pilot husband, Her-
bert lVIcCoy. Herby is still determined to fly around the world in a jet propelled plane. Hope he
makes it! Fashioned dress makers and designers of evening dresses with straps are Nida Hyatt
and Virginia Parker who work for Norma Faye Hooper and Helen Jones, owners of the dress
shop. Also in the home town are Eugene Overton, photographerg Meddie Riggs, Nellie Maude
Sanderlin, beauticiansg Walter Williams, elevator boy, and chain store operators, William and
Norman Forbes. Boys' Club director is Loma Hassell who likes to use the phone to hear Billie
Smith, Allie Rieves Bell and Rosa Ballance say "number place."
lVIarguerite Staples and Marjorie Whaley have established an orphanage and attending the
nursery are Edith Cartwright and Virginia Sears. Over in Camden County Walter Barnard wins
the heart of his congregation every Sunday as he preaches.
"I see a printer, Eugene Woods, and in the same newspaper plant I see Eleanor LaNier, social
editor, and .Eugene Price, sports editor and part owner of the paper you will edit," the Prince
pointed to Charles. 'iAnd you have satisfied yourself by becoming a nurse of no small fame," he
pointed to Barbara and bid them farewell.
LAST WILL AND TESTAMENT UF 1947
W'e, the class of 1947, being of sane mind and sound body do make and declare this
to be our last will and testament.
ARTICLE 1. To the faculty, we bequeath appreciation for a task w-ell done.
ARTICLE 2. To the Student Body:
a. Another fine group of freshmen to be initiated to the ways of life and
b. The pleasure of advancing one grade. '
W'e wish to bequeath with our blessings the following rights and properties
the members of the Junior Class:
a. The rooms of horror, number one, two, three, and four, which we now
b. The privilege of being exempted from examinations provided you make
c. Other senior privileges too numerous to mention.
To those specified we do humbly leave:
a. Walter Barnard's intellectual appearance to Tommy Parker.
b. N ida Hyatt leaves her meek personality to Jean Shannonhouse.
c. Dick Brothers, Charles White, and Bruce Reynolds leave their athletic
abilities to Rodney Trueblood, Lonnie Ray Jennings, and Madison
d. Hilda Austin graciously submits her wavy hair to Charles Alderman.
e. Eleanor Lanier wills to Vann Morgan her extensive vocabulary.
f. Ann B-ennett leaves to Mary Ann Williams her latest information on
'tHow to Grow Tall."
Rose Marie Askew bestows her sarcastic remarks upon Jean Sherlock.
h. Barbara Pearson, Jo Ann Pinner, and Jane Swindell leave their innocent
appearance tin the eyes of the teachersl to Doris Pappendick, Jane Ayd-
lett, and Jean Sawyer.
i. Carolyn Phillips wills to Mary Blades Love the ability to hook any man
j. Philip Ray Dixon, Bill Mann, and Robert Midgett leave th-eir authority
to keep order in the halls and at times to overlook it, to Lister Markham,
Ray Ward, and J. B. Harrell.
k. Charles Pritchard, Milton Sawyer, and Judith Jones bestow their great
talents upon Bunch McPherson, P-ercy Jennings, and Marie Jones.
l. Lastly, Jellybeans and Estelle leave their heartfelt sympathy to the un-
fortunate Juniors who are elected to be testators next year.
Class of 1947, do hereby set our sign and seal, and declare this to be our last
will and testament, December 3, 1946.
' ' ff Q 4f-V - f--A Qsfzzrg
J - A' 1' Z,-1ui'1rw'p,
X, K 1ff
1 H X
XXX I, A 5
Q Q 9 1
EDMUND MILLER ,.,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,, President
JEAN SHERLOCK ............ Vice-President
TOMMY PARKER ,.,..,,.,,,,,,,,,,,, Secretary
NANCY CROPSEY .,,.., ,.,,.,. T reasurer
We, the Class of 1948, have entered into the most exciting phase of our high school
lives. As Juniors We take an important part in most of the extra-curricula activities
carried on in our school.
Heading the list of clubs in which the members are participating is the National
Beta Club. It takes brains to get in, but our class seems to be Well represented.
Many of our students feel that the Patriotic Club helps them to become better
Ambitious boys and girls who Work on th-e school publications find their goal in the
Quill and Scroll Honorary Society.
The Tri-Hi-Y, a club for girls, and the Hi-Y, la club for boys, both of which are re-
ligious organizations, have taken many of our class under their Wings this year.
Ever since We can remember there has been a Girls' G1-ee Club but it seems the boys
have been keeping their talents to themselves until this year when quite a few took an
interest. A majority of these com-e from our class and We are very proud of them.
Naturally our athletic teams couldn't get along Without us. To prove this, many of
our boys and girls play regularly on the different teams.
This year marked our start in society when We gave the Seniors their annual prom.
After much hard Work and fun We produced the Junior play. Transferring the gym into
a gala carnival ground We had a very successful Junior Carnival.
VVe sponsored moving pictures for the enjoyment of all the school students.
Vtfe of the Junior Class hope We have set a good example for those who follow in
our footsteps and may they keep up the high standards which We have endeavored to
C. J. Cuthrell
., 1 .-:"'f'Qwg. f f'f' '
,Q ..,. I, ,f lv if
f. X . Z'f::a " e ' f'f,.5f Y
i I5 , , if ,Q ' " ' L 1 cg
"Ap , ,V 1, 4' : ,R if? ' E " '
hi., I V, , if ,, yn, fs
,1 A, , ., 5 , X5-7 . S0 14
.sf ,, x ,t ,.,,: It K W Q
C ' J,
, K., 3
s . . .
632. Z if f
- , '-
..i., ,. .
, ,.:., t..,.,,L g , f M ,
Ax . f
' A 1 ' i . ,
f ' I 4, 'Q ' s
'W . it 'H N as
.Q T , J '
1--fs " a2:Wfy5v2?f'
Wv 'X V1
f 1 .Qlxa K
,, lf A A., ,
'I+ K ' YZ if .AW '
,sg ,gg sl , V. f'
o,4.,,, . ,, - A r r
- J J
kv , '
Sara Page Jackson
Billie Marie Rogers
Olive Ruth Sedgewick
C. R. Spruill
Margaret Jean Wright
., Vg: 5- V"" ,,::' , -- ,
. JE,-3 522 -41555 K'f'Vf- 6 1,12 -V ,ff , V , ,vf .I
-za w 1 QQ--fi, Mn'-, V V dir' 5y.Vf,,w N U f C,
'- , 'i 4 ff ciw if "V WAJ. V' Cx U V "
.f . ti A ,, , 'ZM.RwMW Mm
' .Tw 'S :,f2':2l, Z . ' 7 . ,I - fw w' , . , , "
x W V
rg gl., ., A ' V.fV-mf " , f Q' A ff V
fi f ??ggQLgy Qp C ' H YU f
4 will 51513 v -3 ' Qfgggf , . fr ,
N, . iff ' JMR f'V?ffv? V -,mi ,If -L 1-,i
gg-'Q M Q., -N'f..wfV Q ,+g5",f, 4, af f if - .5V2? .3Q'9i'fx . ,,
fiigsqzg Q syyiQQ1.5,.. V3 A 'A"Q' ,V ,?,.,?7ief, F
J , . '
'- Vfv' ' 3: 9 .i fa rw H+ Q
., xi- '2 1'-me M.-Ex Q. 'f az' -'iw Xin
4 ws mx leg. My-a , 5,154 5
f,,z".'.,x:g'L-E" i ' , 1Q4?,,-Vps,-,,1.H,,:M -mx. x -V1 .,w5251.V f5V?f55
wg L V f ififies.
N':'3Fs: QV , J -if""Hii1i 3' '1Vf3:ff.' ef -F'--4-i'1 A
, P V ,
,. -xc-i V, W9 Vi?-A.5X?wV2':'fVf '2 , "
S193 'x A
-- " 'N g i-fp' 4-- .,x. 95529
. xc V X, A gg,
Vf ' 1 1 -,I ek 'is '
g jztigg jggggsi. 5: 115' 5, , ,nip V' Wg,
tweg x , Q H Q . ,
x,wX.,.e f'eGg'r , , - jf
n"W?'?f'f,'f 5"-. yu f A - Q ,
, ,ff l V, X A
' , 31, R
i J Vi. P ..: N
-.5 V, K . 11,1 QQ fN
gyl xiia-ggf:f,f+55f.,k,Q,, .H-
, ,vggh Z l55,fk2,41A.? ,
2 If I fl V , , i 1 3-:YV
V ggvpfffaw iafyx. ,
, ., 5,14-at I P ,.,. ,Ma
V ' "R WQVQKW- .JV
"x -4' .Is 1- V, ,,,XQ3i,! B, MEN N.-I f
" ,f,'F'25.if'ZfSilfSi' f?i?25 - 2
ii? , -, .,.:..,gN5:l:f:,i5,,Qi3:Vt:5Q
iv f , 2.22211m!iVSaf2ffs:Q'ie ,
' V 2 gg: ,, ' ::.,lg:zlQw.wSg2:qxx' I
ff diff' -ff:-:'!'r WQQEFWQ-'5"3k-xN:.'s?n
,,,. -,J we us, xp-.X
,,,q,,.u1ijEg1qqh .xxx Mum. MQ 5. N,xgg,,,,.X
xg 'aggizx iw2'ggwsg::3vV V
1 FH ---iw' NW 'w4"f'f?"R?-'
wg, fFfq"4f' '1r:!f-wifix 1 N
Viv- fwMe'2:Va'fV. fav
, 3f?:f,x,gf?'55,ff1Q1p fifibgf' ' -. E. NN A . S
V X 1' .xN5i5wVr.hxw nk
x "ff fftff fi-,-, V 'w Q lx
, V -K 1'2m-Mi'-.9-Iiiiig ' UQZN46 f V
, , , , .,. 5k.g,Q ' ,fgN:rQ5tgEg'qN , l,7Z,,,,1X ,C 2 ' V. J
f z,-ik -Wf n ffz -' i.'s'f.fv I-!.NSV.N V J - ,, f '
f , f f viwfiqxwf--QQ V - - V
' . 3g',-?7,g':,i1Q'j:HX - 5?V 3I:,k:'jrL' "5 ng? '."- fn, ,, YQ: f ' 6 A K ' x bl ,A
: .Jw a x lf. diffs' S WQM- . V1-raN,Y,i.x1 V ,V V ,QV .V V ,
V Q 35: M 1s'VqlG3N'llN'Q V
4 1' -. V9 -W' - pig Qu 3 'l:'25v -"NS N'13i'?"ixl -I f -
! lqxfgl. ,
5 Ni V1 gaifisigx AERA EV. '
A31 5,57 5 V92 - Nfaw-Rzdxiv '
Q , vggii'141Zr4G:gQ232giS1V Y, - g if? Q
. -' V- V V .Vf
sf -' 2 We . flu. V531 552- 5
- 'Riff-2-fi',JffMVm5iQf"1X V: 4 . 1, , x a 'JN 91- M156-:V'-5 .
il ' ' ga .m f PN-V 'QM' S'11m"0Qx-
:w w x!5'Q.?V.-:5isf1'NZ':ewXf. f '
a y MF 52. Xxgk-.rfkf-Ve-1'Qfg
V k VA :U Wig! v i? Z Uv?.?!V. Z , :WX
:fl f 6 f ig: f
f . ' A sw zrggf, f VQQ .gfmii-1 .4-V 12: ',.1,4.-
" 4- ' - 'X N . 2,42 11 ' V Yf , ' '- ku? 'L----f--
4 ' ' ' WW ' V HN1 X L1ff',-,A-
, .Ax ,A ., , X, ,,4q.,, ,, .CSM
X ,,,fA,,,,ff ,. V ,gif X . GL-fn:
5 V 4 "'J.f.Z.N
, Qi. f ' , Q
, V, 1 4 ,
J f X
44 """m x'W' wx ,,,, , xg ,, ' ' fmwf x"ii 2 ' V ' 1- V
D aff i f x,.,W.W x,Qff,l4x " ""41"'1f . 1, ,'W'.,f.4i,.,,,,m.WXWmK
A ,,, , . , , M.,
z W 0 ,, ,v K , 4 x
ANN VVHALRY SAVVYER
We, the Class of 1949, are eagerly awaiting next year when we'll be upper-classmen
and have a chance to participate in more activities. But even so, we haven't wasted this
year. We've taken advantage of all our opportunities.
Sports held the interest of the Sophomore class. We eagerly awaited each football
game. At the game we were given a chance to show our school spirit and incidentally,
seven members of our class were on the team. W-e were proud, too, of our eight mem-
bers on the Junior Varsity. We were also represented on the boys' and girls' basketball
teams and the baseball team.
Th-e Sophomores of E.C.H.S. are musically minded. Almost one-fourth of us wore
the black and gold uniforms of the band and the voices of eighteen boys and girls of
our class were heard in the Glee Club.
We were well represented in the two Freshman-Sophomore clubs, the Dancing
Club and th-e Junior Red Cross Council. The Dramatic and Patriotic Clubs, too, claimed
some of us. We also had a part in the making of The Loudsperzlaer and The Spotlight.
We took the usual required subjects, English where we stuttered through speeches
and debates and Biology where our stomachs turned cartwheels as we cut open worms.
The Latin students worried over infinitives and participl-es as they visited ancient
Rome with Publius and Furianus. Some struggled over equations in Algebra and dates
in World History. Other boys and girls are preparing themselves for positions in the
world of tomorrow by taking Shop, Home Economics and General Business.
Miss Justus' Home Room
First row: David Griffin, Marguerite Forbes, Sterling Smith, vice president: Marvin Gray, president: Virginia Flora
Hall, James Gray, secretary: Retta Hooper.
Second row: Ola Mae Dickerson, Nell Davis, Wilda Harris, Doris Mae Morris, Barbara Dyhrberg, Joanne Harxvard,
Third row: Charles Hardison, Raymond Davis, Merritt Hooper, NVilliam Forehand, Betty Ray Baker, Pauline Hast-
ings, Oneita Hastings.
Fourth row: Miss Justus, Billy Gard. Leon Bray, Joe Harxvard. Eugene XVilley, Billy Harris, Charles Hodges.
Absent from picture: Charles Haskett., treasurer: Charles Ferrell, Reba Forbes, Beth Gray, James Henderson,
Cecilia Hubbard, Mary Jennings, XVilbur Gray, Naomi Perry.
Mrs. Turner's Home Room
First row: Mattie Hope XVallace. Alice Reid, Barbara Anne Smith, treasurer: Bill Sumner. vice-president: Betty
Lou Selig, presidentg Delores VVilchar, secretary, Carolyn Vvhite, Dorothy Swindell.
Second row: Jeanne Ryan, Janice Raby, Carol Shean, Sara Ann Reynolds, Mary Ruth Vvilliams, Ann lVhaley
Sawyer, Vivian Sawyer, Gloria Mae Ives.
Third row: James Raby, Warna Sawyer, Jean Shannonhouse, Dorothy Chisum. Janice XVilliams, Virginia Voliva.
Iva Mae Keaton, Jestine Simons.
Fourth row: Mrs. Turner, Bill Sharber, Frank Wood, Nolan Riggs, Jarvis VVilson, Eugene Wlilliams, Bunch Mc-
Pherson, Millard Tarkington, Waltel' Sawyer, Joel B. Harrell.
Absent from picture: Billy Ross.
T hirt y-nine
Miss Dozier's Home Room
First row: Henrietta Pritchard, Norma Rae McPherson, Margaret Pipkin, Jack Morgan, Doris Perry, Rose Joyner,
Ida Kay Jordan, 'Mary Blades Love. I
Second row: Geneva Harris, Hubert Kight. Madison Meekins, Barbara Jones. Leo Lamb, Phillip Johnson, Ellen
Third roiv: Joan McClelland, Murlene Lamb, Clifton Meads, Yvinifred Jones, Bobby Mt-Cullen, Seth Needham,
Fourth row: Miss Dorcier, Stephen Pugh, .lack Overman, George Koch, Dawson Reynolds. Rudy Meekins, Calvin
Absent from picture: XVilliam Alexander, William Davis, Jimmy Parker, Vvesley Provo, Jane Aydlett, Barbara
Lamb, ltllva Ray Mann.
Miss Joc:kson's Home Room
First row: Mary Sue Baiifley, Dorothy Rrarlshaw, Virginia Bell, Miriam Cooper, Molly Ann Cuthrell, Patricia
Aydlett, Alma .lean lirothers, Audrey Cohoon,
Sec-ond row: Bonita Austin, Ann Chory, Alive Bartlett, Ethel Cuthrell. Stella Beals, Jean Burgess, Eunice Vereen,
'Third row: Miss Jackson, Fay Rrinson, Adelaide Harrison. Marlene Davis. Helen Cohoon, Penelope Vifhedbee.
Fourth row: Joe Butler. Sigma Barnett, George Brinson, J. D. Cooper. Garland Anderson. Robert. Cartwright.
Absent from picture: Johnny Ames, Dempsey Burgess, Bill Terrell.
J. K. BROCK
BETTY RAY OUTLAW
We, the Class of 1950, are looking forward to the day when we, as Sophomores, will
have the privilege of initiating the on-coming Freshmen. VVe have been in the high
school building for two years, but this is the first year that we have taken any high
school subjects. We took our initiation as eighth graders. Now we are waiting for the
eighth graders from the S. L. Sheep School.
We've had a good year as Freshmen. Perhaps we've felt more a part of the school
because we've been here for two years.
Our required subjects were English, Civics, Physical Education, and Mathematics.
We could choose Latin, Home Economics, Shop, General Science, Glee Club or Band.
The members of this class have participated in many extra-curricula activities.
Some were on the Safety Patrol, in the Dancing Club, Junior Red Cross, and other clubs.
Many took active part in athletics by playing football, basketball, and baseball. S-everal
played in the band and were members of the Glee Club. Three made the debating team
which set a record for a first year class.
Now we are waiting eagerly to travel the halls to our new homerooms and to new
subjects and teachers. We regret, however, having to leave behind our old rooms and
teachers who have helped us so much.
Miss Sowyer's Home Room
First row: Freda Daniels, Marietta Hooper, Gladys Dozier, Florence Jennings, secretary, Fred Houtz, presidentg
Ann Jennings, treasurer: Linwood Davidson, Juanita Ferrell. X A
Second row: Miss Sawyer, Nancy Dawson, Barbara Forbes, Porta McPherson, Laura Harris, Carolyn Evans, Frances
James, Virginia Curles.
Third row: Dewey Berry, Connie Hunt, Betty Stone, Mary Louise Fahey, Marvelane Wright, Phyllis Jefferson,
Betty Harrison, Josephine Hodges.
Fourth row: Nancy Rollins, Theo Kemp, Karl Kraus, L. A. Kemp, Wildon Forbes, James Brooks, Julian Arnold.
Fifth row: Don Horton, Sam Elliot, Carroll Gray, Alton Cupples, Charles Wayne Tucker, Tommy Bell, Sim Forbes.
Absent from picture: Adel Sawyer, Darrel Jennette, Lois Jennings.
Mr. Turner's Home Room
First row: Mason Smith, Yvonne Brice, Betty Lou Nelson, secretaryg Moody Basnight, treasurer: James K. Brock,
vice president, Robert Askew, president: Thomas Cox, Charles Creekmore.
Second row: Myrna Bright, Mary Ammeen, James Corbett, Alice Bray, Betty Jean Bell, Geneva Bunch, Shirley
Brickhouse, Helen Coley.
Third row: Doris Ann Smith, Nellie Creath, Robert Byrum, Willis Burgess, Eugene Chory, Bobby Basnight, Trim
Aydlett, Eugene Castellow, Millard Cox.
Fourth row: Inez Needham, Albert Kepley, Theodore Wilson, Nelson Johnson, Charles Butler, Don Austin, Horace
Bell, Pat Henderson. A
Fifth row: Mary Laura Brockwell, Juanita Hilburn, Everett Forbes, Margaret Burgess, Franklin Harrison, Charles
Absent. from picture: Eva Anderso.n.
Miss Horris' Home Room
First row: Clarence Sanders, Ruby Mae Riggs. T. S. Owens, Lota Leigh Harrison. Connie Upton, Shirley Sanderlin.
Second row: Miss Harris, Rebecca Gray, Rosalie Litchfield, Alice Brinn Hobbs, Robert Pronier, Carolyn Fletcher,
Third row: Bruce Cartwright, Vivian Miller. Betty Ray Outlaw, Joan Needham, Carolyn Sawyer, Marie Pipkin,
Carolyn Roughton, Olive Ballance.
Fourth row: Charles Koch, Ashton Morgan, Donald Owens, president, VValter Ray Mann, Martin Bell Rhodes. Ver-
non Onley, Delbert Harrison, VVilford Forbes.
Fifth row: Jimmy Liverman, Kenneth Roughton, Vance Miller, vice presidentg Joseph Meekins, Luther Staples,
Clarence Lassiter, Harold Pritchard.
Absent from picture: Thelma Brzycki, Edna King, Bobby Kramer, Betty Jane Leary, Brock McMullan.
Miss Owens' Home Room
First row: Ann Cobb, Lee Taylor Jones. Sara Louise Whaley, treasurer, Maxine Stanley, secretary, Katherine VVood-
ley, vice president, Howland VVright. Margaret Miller, presidentg Mary Ann Williams.
Second row: Thadas Smith, Audrey Godfrey, Carolyn Smith, Lorene Stone, Jean Jordan, Francetta Miller, Joyce
Third row: Bobby Temple, Douglas Ward, Shirley Whitehurst, Willie NVeeks, Jane Sawyer, Jerald Dean Upton.
Mattie Lee Simpson, Opal Foster. '
Fourth row: Warren Wilcox, Paul Stevenson, Lester Spruill, Douglas Winslow, H. L. Sears, Edward Tarkington,
Jackie Wood, Frances Sawyer.
Fifth row: Bill Whaley, Bert Riggs, Leon Needham, Sanford Vlfhitehurst, Elgin VVhite, Bob Hessee, Evelyn Spruill.
Absent from picture: Irvin Dean, Marshall Markham, Dean Thompson.
UHEMIS raw LAB Mqfrfma Fm? fha-fake
255553 N .
flfoafv EEL L
HOME Ea Twwma-
SPMNG- FE VER MP. E 62 THE QUEEN
Fl . ' Mf W'm i
f ...ln QI IEL N- 5.
, , ' 55 .1
W-A Y Y Y ff' W . i A .
GLENN LEIGH COX
President of the Elizabeth City Student
Presiding Officer of The Student Council
Left to right: Williorn Peabody, ser
geont-at-arms, Stephen Pugh, secre-
tory, Glenn Leigh Cox, president, Elizo
beth Bray, treasurer, Edmund Miller,
Absent. Miss Cooper, advisor.
'Horne Room Representatives
Sitting, letf fo right: Virginia Hall,
Almo Jean Brothers, Carolyn Sawyer,
Yvonne Brice, Barbara Jones, Rose
Marie Askew, Faye Liverrnon, Nellie
Forbes, Ruta Alexander, Marietta
Back row1 Rodney Trueblood, Walter
Sawyer, Sanford Whifehurst, Lister
Markham, Julian Ross, Dan Harris.
Sfudenf Council COl'Y2mit?9Q Cl'2f!lV!'T36'lW
Sailing, left 'ra right Carolyn Nrfciie
Qolendor, Peggy Bonner standards,
Saro Page Joclcson, giriiwifqmf, Joyce
Brown, cmzenal-rip, Jo Ann Pinnrw, we
Standing, left to right jivnrny Pr.3f,:nn,
elections, Phillip Roy Dixon fiofetv
pofrol, Herbert McCoy, house and
grounds, CGrl Andereory linanfe
Lett to right' Annette Ward, business manager, Peggy Banner, assistant busi- Left to right' Grover Cdrtwright, photographer, Jean Sherlock, Junior editor:
ness manager, Miss Owens, editorial advisor, Barbara Pearson, associate edi- Nellie Forbes, Senior editor, Madison Meekins, assistant art editor, Judith
tor, Rose Marie Askew, editor. Jones, art editor, Sora Page Jackson, feature editor, James Roby, photog-
Absent frqmvpicturez Miss Bertha Cooper, business advisor. rapher
As you turn the leaves of this book you see
the results of the "Spotlight" staff of l946'47
This year the Staff hopes to continue its up-
ward climb to the highest honor ratings, The
annual has been 0 member of the Columbia
Scholastic Press Association since i943 and
has received a higher rating each year by
following the criticisms offered by the judges
of the association This year the Staff joined
the National Scholastic Press Association In
November two members of the Staff, Rose
Marie Askew, editor, ond Peggy Bonner, as-
sistant business manager, attended a conven-
tion held by this association in Milwaukee,
During the last semester of l946 the busi-
ness staff of the "Spotlight" together with
the Loudspeaker business staff conducted a
magazine subscription drive The monev earn-
ed through this drive was used to buy a type-
writer and files for the "Spotlight " The staff
hopes to add some piece of helpful equip-
ment each year.
,.,f- AX Xe s if
1. 'ff I at ul
' -' - len Jones typist Estelle Jones, literary editor, Con
S tt n , left to right Mary Sue Bagley, advertising staff, Elizabeth Bray, 5'l""l9f 'eff to "9l"' H9 f 1 .
assilstgnt advertising manager, Jo Ann Pinner, advertising manager, Joyce stance Hunt Iiterarv edno' Connie UD'0'T 2'e5l'2:I""'0"' geliglflefk G9f'gV'?L9
Brown, advertising staff, Jane Swindell advertising staff, Standing Billy Mc- Piland literorv ed'YO', C0flpA"'d9'Z0"h'YD'5' 'Un "HQ WUT' org rgnfd 'mer
Coin, advertising staff, Julian Ross, advertising staff Don Harris, advertising Sophtgrv:Of9 f9D0f'9f DUNS WW OP Omofe 'PDO' 9' 0 9' U C' f
you ary e I or
,S A M55 MEEKW5
, I fxmmes
4 , :Dmrcwmn
715 Q , l' 1 FDI TOR
Sitting, Iett to right Hilda Austin, exchange editor, Lescelles Dav s
society editor, Hollie Webster, assistant exchange editor, Erma Lin.
,Q Nier, managing editor, Mildred Pearson, feature editor
' - Standing, left to right Olive Ruth Sedgewick, news editor, Eugene
The Lmiclspmkcr, llic ECHS Ioiirimlistic Speaker
with The Loud Student Appeal, is thu oFHci.il news
organ of thc school having ll lwololml piirpusc to
rccoril ull school lmppcniiigs .intl tu rctlcut lhc
opinion ol' thc sluclsnl body. It is puhlishcil hy thc
iourmlism class guul primed by Thc lmlcpcmlcnt
Press twelve limes during the school ycxir.
The Five column Lihloiil-sive six page puter
mgiinmins qi lihcml editorial policy with Ihr: pre-
sent volume dating from 195-l. It w.1s originally
smrtcd in 192-l.
The Loudspeaker held high ratings in hoth thc
Columbia Scholastic Press Association .mil Quill
.ind Scroll of which it is ai member,
Sitting, lett to right Somta Austin, advertising staff, Christine
Cuthrell, typist, Beulah Amrneen, typist, Barbara Jones, assistant ad'
vertising manager, Morlorue Barnard, typist, Florence Small, adverf
Absent from picture Louise Whaley, advertising staff, Sterling
Smith, advertising staff, Betty Lou Selig, assistant business manager
Overton, photographer, Bill Quidley, cartoonist
Absent from picture, Mildred Pierce, reporter.
wg , EUGENE 7042105
t SPORTS Farrar?
, 72: Pfmesofv
First row: Inez Askew, Nellie Forbes, Eleanor LaNier, Barbara Pearson.
Second row: Miss Boomer, Rose Marie Askew, Anne Adams, Marjorie Barnard, Mildred Pearson, Nancy Cropsey,
Oscar VVhite, Billy McCain, Edmund Miller,
Third row: C. R. Spruill, Sara Page Jackson, .John Ferebee, Beverly Dozier, Jo Ann Pinner, Genevieve Piland,
Elizabeth Bray, Erma LaNier.
Fourth row: Billy Cathey, VVa1ter Barnard, Lillian Cooper, Peggy Bonner, Judy Jones, Annette Ward, Carl Ander-
son, Edward Coley.
ELEANOR LANIRR ..... ............. P resident
INEZ ASKEW .......... ,,,,., I fice President
NELLIE FORBES .,,.,,, ,,,.,,.,,,, S ecretary
BARBARA PEARSON ........... ..... T reasurer
Miss HORTENSE BOOMER ...... ,,,,., A dvisor
The National Beta Club is a non-secret, leadership, service club for high school stud-
ents of America. The purpose of the Beta Club is to encourage effort, to promote char-
acter, to stimulate achievement, to cultivate leadership qualities, to reward merit, and
to encourage and assist students to continue their education after high school gradua-
The motto of the club is 1'Ducamus alias serfuiendou-"Let us lead by serving others."
The colors are black and gold.
The local chapter has assisted in the State Educational Survey, contributed to the
Beta Educational Fund, given medals to those scholars Who made the highest scholastic
averages in -each class. One of the projects of the club was to buy a new trophy case
for the school.
The Beta Club meets on Thursday of each Week. One meeting is devoted to business
matters, the next to entertaining and instructive programs.
First row, going up steps: Glenn Leigh Cox, Bill Brothers, Claude Ferrell, Bill Mann. Second row: Vernon Onley,
C. R. Spruill, Marion Swindell. Elbert Onley. Third row: Phillip Ray Dixon, Edsel Wlialey, Norman Armstrong.
Fourth row: Robert Askew, Walter Davis, Arthur Stevenson, Allan Hooper. Fifth row: Loma Hassell.
THE SAFETY PATROL
The members of the Safety Patrol are chosen by the Student Council. Their chief duty is to maintain order in
the halls while students are changing classes. They are also responsible for guarding the gates at football games
and they are in charge of all fire drills.
First row: Rose Marie Askew, Erma LaNier, secretary-treasurerg Eleanor LaNier, president: Genevieve Piland. vice
president: Sara Page Jackson. Second row: Eugene Price, Judy Jones. Jo Ann Pinner, Annette Vvard. Third row:
Miss Meekins, Barbara Pearson, Olive Ruth Sedgewick, Miss Owens, Jean Sherlock, Elizabeth Bray, Peggy Bonner.
Absent from picture: Miss Cooper.
QUILL AND SCROLL
The Herbert Peele Chapter of Quill and Scroll recognizes and rewards students who excel in the field of journal-
ism. In order to become a member the student must do outstanding work on the Lozulspcnlsvr or Spniliglzz' Staff.
must be in the upper third of the Junior or Senior class, must be recommended by the advisors of either staff and
must be approved by the principal and all teachers. One of the main projects for this year is to help arouse interest
in securing a printing press for the school. The club hopes to raise money for this purpose in the near future.
First row: Miss Owens, Edith Cartwright, Mary Ellen Blades, Sara Page Jackson, Jane Swindell.
Second row: Nellie Maud Sanderlin, Marjorie VVhaley, Grace Holland VVebster, Elizabeth Bray, Margaret Pipkin, Dan
Third row: Miriam Cooper, Lena Josefson, Anne Bennett, Louise Vvhaley, Louise Stanley, Florence Small, Helen
Fourth row: Clifton Meads, Faye Brinson, Lescelles Davis, Stella Beals, Pauline Hastings, Oneita Hastings, Lister
Absent from picture: Janice Palmer, Eleanor Hettrick, Charles Haskett.
SARA PAGE JACKSON .... ........, P resident
JANE SWINDELI ,....... .... T fice President
EDITH CARTVVRIGHT .... ......... S ecretary
MARY ELLEN BLADES .... Treasurer
Miss MARY OWENS ...... Advisor
The Patriotic Club of Elizabeth City High School has worked on several projects since its founding in January
1942. During the war the club sold war bonds and stamps. Since the war it has turned its attention to civic matters.
Early in the school year the members made a survey to find how many students were saving money in any
way. Finding that saving needed to be encouraged the club decided to give a play to promote this project. The
play was called "Close Quarters."
A Halloween dance was given in the school gym. The money made at this dance enabled the club to contribute
to the Tuberculosis Fund, the Community Youth Fund, the Salvation Army Joy Fund and the infantile Paralysis
During the month of January the Elizabeth City Garden Club asked this group to work with them as a
Junior Garden Club. Talks on shrubbery, arranging flowers, trees and birds have been given at the weekly meeting
by ladies from the Garden Club.
First row: 'Walter Barnard.
Second row: Eugene I"ricc.
Eugene Overton, Dan Harris.
Third row: Sam Brown. .lini-
my Preston, .Julian li os s,
Fourth row: lfjdward Sample.
Billy Cathey. Billy McCain.
Fifth row: Edmund Miller.
Mac Wfhite. Glenn Leigh Cox.
Hay Dixon. Herbert Mc-Coy.
li o h e rt Midqett, Norman
PHILIP RAY DIXON
Armstrong. Sixth row: Carl ' 'SFCHJHH-U
Anderson., Tonnny Parker.
.lohn lferehee, 'XVulter Davis. t SAM BROWN
Arthur Stevenson, Loma Has- X Ty-pggglp-gy
sell, Ray litheridgte. Absent
from picture: Hay 'Ward. MR JOHN TURNFR
The HisY Cluh of the Elizabeth City High School was first organized in the fall of 1942 and soon
its charter was approved hy the Student Council. lt had as its first advisor Mr. J. G. McCracken.
then principal of the school. lt has made its presence felt in the school hy carrying out many
The lli-Y Cluh is a hranch of the Y.M,C.A., a world-Wide organization. Lt stands for "Clean
Living, Clean Speech, Clean Sportsmanship, and Clean Scholarship."
The lrriys chosen for membership must he in the upper third of their class, must possess the
talent for leadership, and must. uphold Christian principles. The challenge to each boy is as the
purpose states, 'LTO create, maintain, and extend throughout the school and community high
standards of Christian character."
First row: Nellie Forbes, Anne Bennett, Lescelles Davis, Faye Liverman, Jane Swindell.
Second row: Genevieve Piland, Estelle Jones, Virginia Parker, Mary Ellen Blades, Marjorie Barnard, Carolyn
Neece, Nancy Cropsey, Dorothy Jackson, Elizabeth Bray, Jean Sherlock.
Third row: Eleanor LaNier, Barbara Pearson, Virginia Sears.
Fourth row: Annette VVard, Sara Page Jackson, Mrs. Turner.
LESCELLES DAVIS ................................ President
JANE SWINDELL ..... ....., V ice President
FAYE LIVERMAN ....... .......... S ecretary
ANNE BENNETT ..... ....... T reasurer
NELLIE FORBES .......... ...... C haplain
MRS. JOHN TURNER ....... ...... A dvisor
T-he Tri-Hi-Y Club of the Elizabeth City High School has as its main purpose to create, main-
tain and extend throughout the home, school and community high standards of Christian char-
Regular meetings are held each Tuesday at fourth period to discuss pressing business and to
worship. Joint meetings of the Hi-Y and Tri-Hi-Y clubs are held each month. These give both the
boys and girls a chance to have some fun together. Programs thus far for the joint meetings have
been "Fostering Boy and Girl Relationships."
Heading the list of projects for the club are renovating the girls' rest room downstairs and
maintaining its sanitation. Each girl contributes to the Work of cleaning the room.
O-nce a month the Tri-Hi-Y Club visits a local church in a body for Worship. This, also, is
done with the boys, and is done for the sole purpose of encouraging the members to attend some
Sending delegates to the State Tri-Hi-Y Conference has been a great privilege for the club.
Elizabeth City has been represented in the conventions for the past two years-one at Rock
Hill, S. C. and the other at Leaksville, N. C.
ELIZABETH CITY 'ii
Going up stairs: Bonita Austin, Annette XVard. Jean Sherlock. Buby Sawyer.
Murlene Lamb, Barbara Pearson, Olive B. Sedgwick, Nancy Cropsey, Alice Bray.
Peggy Bonner, Anne Bennett, Jane Aydlett, lid Sample, .John Ferebee, Merritt
Hooper, Bobby Kramer.
Middle up stairs: Joyce XVard. Sain Brown, Bobby Temple, Billy Ross, llelen
Foley, Howland XYright. .Iinnny Corbett. lflstelle Jones, lfilllllllifl Miller. T. S.
Owens, Lonnie Hay Jenninegs, Fied Houtz, Joe Smith, Charles Armstrong.
The 19,1647 school year started with the band
playing for twelve football games: ten "Yellow Jacket"
games, tthree of these tripsl, a trip to Portsmouth
for a professional game, and a trip to Norfolk for the
Oyster Bowl game. Other trips this year were to Hyde
County, Plymouth, Nlanteo, Kitty Hawk, and the three
Y, ,,,, ,ff
Going down: Paul Stevenson, Ton1111yLirke:'Dtt1.
XVhaley, Rose Joyner. Joyce Brown, Q-ans' .W
Jordan, Millard Cox, Doris PappendiciCaiwliiv
Jean Brothers. Virginia Sears, Pauling lastiwe Q.-
Middle. first row: Edith Cartwright. S ahve
Selig, Maxine Stanley. Dorothy Brads 'ity Ewa.. it
Elizabeth Bray, Charles Pritchard, Na 5'l1g,it..,1
Marietta Hooper, Marie Jones, Floren blittllf'
OFIPICICRSZ First row, left to right: Barbara Pearson, Hrst liet1teI1'I.stxtjw,
agerg Sam Brown, Captain: lid Sample, second lieutenant, Sara i1agtm,,,.
Second row: John Ferebee. first Sergeant: Jane Swindell, E.a1he'i 5.4
yieye Piland, lfldlnund Miller, Sergeants.
Third row: Joe Smith, Virginia Sears, Ed Coley, Mary Ellen lfttlethv
Florence Small. Mac VVhite. corporals. 1 H
Since March 15145. the present ollicers have been a t1'e111e11cl,si1,a,pH
organization can go to them. They have worked well togetl1e1"l11tl'2. ,
IGH SCHUUL BAND
.Tummy rker, Donald Owens, Mac Vvhite, Louise
'+jtltrEtllClC3l'O1 Thurecht, Mildred Pearson, Alma
i:'1aht,Sz Page Jackson, Betta Hooper, Betty Lou
Hndslv, Bett-ie Ray Outlaw, Frances Chesson.
gwi,Xa1v Dawson, Jo Ann Pinner, Connie Hunt.
B1'tV1lll,tlY'l Sawyer, Mary Sue Bagley, Ida Kay
Putilingastings, Lescelles Davis.
Second row: Jane Swindell, Mason Smith, Billey VVhaley. Dorothy Sxrindell,
Dorothy Jackson, Betty Jane Leary, Margaret Jean Xvright, Mollie Ann Cuthrell.
Jack Overlnan, Carwile LeRoy, Hollie NVebster, Louise Stanley, Mattie Hope
Waliace, Genevieve Piland, Mary Ellen Blades, Hilda Austin.
Third row: Ed Coley. J. B. Harrell, Charles Hardison. Carlton Albertson. Yan
Umphlett. Charles Haskett, Bobby Byrum, XVilliam Peabody.
rim-encS1nall, Mr. Robert Simmons, Absent, from picture: Bobby Hessee, Charles Tucker.
lieutenf-. student directorg Annette WVard, first lieutenant, personnel man-
H., gm nge Jackson, second lieutenant, head majorette.
i1ulell,Elibetl1 Bray, .Io Ann Pinner, Anne Bennett, Wiliam Peabody, Gene-
X EHQH lides, Hollie Webster. Frances Chesson, Jean Sherlock, Peggy Bonner
,Manda influence in our band and much credit for any progress in our
,mer id they are to be congratulated.
day trip to Greensboro for the Music Contest. As usual
We played for many events in our home town, including
outdoor and indoor performances. The outstanding
happenings for the year were: band camp at the Arling-
ton, having the Lenoir Band as our guests, our Christ-
mas party, the three formal concerts. and the district
and state music contests.
MR. ROBERT SIMMONS
Mr. Robert Simmons has been director
for three years. His sparkling personality
and Witticisms have Won for him the ad-
miration of all band members.
First row, left to right: Mary Ellen
Blades, presidentg Genevieve Piland,
vice president, Jane Sivvindell, secre-
tary, Edith Cartwright, treasurer.
Second row: Sara Page Jackson,
Mildred Pearson, Anne Bennett, Hollie
Webster, Nancy Cropsey.
Third rofvv: Annette Wa1'd, Jo Ann
Pinner, Barbara Pearson, Frances
Chesson, Eliza-beth Bray, Jean Sher-
Fourth row: John Ferebee, Ed
Sample, Williia'm Peabody, Glenn Cox,
Fifth rovv: Ed Coley, Edmund Miller,
Mac White, Sam Brown.
It is the purpose of the Honor So-
ciety to set up the aims and ideals of
the band. The membership of the
Honor Society is a credit to the band,
school, and community.
SARA PAGE JACKSON
GI RLS' GLEE CLUB
First row: Miss Justus, directorg Henrietta Pritchard, Mary Laura Brockwell, Allie Rives Bell, Rachel Dunbar,
Billie Marie Rogers, Rita Alexander, Gloria Mae Ives, Gladys Dozier.
Second row: Anne Jeralds, Virginia Voliva. Oneita Hastings, Carolyn Phillips. Inez Askew, Phyllis Jefferson, Juanita
Sawyer, Marjorie Barnard.
Third row: Sara Page Jackson, Norma Faye Hooper, Patsy Morgan. Margaret Williams, June Burgess, Daphne
Xvilliams, Helen Alderman.
Fourth row: Phyllis Haskett, Sara Ann Reynolds, Jean Etheridge, Eleanor Hettrick, Joan Needham, Maxine Coffield,
Fifth row: Mary Blades Love, Joan McClellan.
Absent from picture: Thelma Brzyki, Cecelia Hubbard.
First row: Miss Justus, director: Myrna Bright, Laura Harris, Carolyn Smith, Bonita Austin, Doris Perry, Ruby
Second row: Audrey Godfrey, Barbara Jones, Elizabeth Brinkley, Shirley Sanderlin, Alice Hobbs, Mary Ann Williains.
Third row: Bernice Brooks, Christine Cuthrell, Nellie Creath, Evelyn Spruill, Doris Twiford.
Fourth row: Warna Sawyer, Mildred Cuthrell, Billie Smith, F'rances Chesson, Erma LaNier.
Absent from picture: Florence Jennings, Virginia Layden.
BOYS' GLEE CLUB
First row: Hubert Kight, Bobby Kramer, Eugene Overton, Eugene Price, John Ferebee, Charles Armstrong, J. K.
Brock, Mason Smith, Donald Owens, Miss Justus, director.
Second row: Warren Wilcox, Paul Stevenson, Lonnie Ray Jennings, Loma Hassell, Ed Sample, George Bell, Billy
McCain, Edmund Miller.
Third row: Rodney Trueblood, Eugene VViley, Bland Mercer, Carlton Albertson, Tommy Parker, Edward Coley, J.
Fourth row: Charles Wayne Tucker, Leon Bray, Billy Gard, Milton Sawyer, Samuel Brown, Robert Lowery.
Fifth row: Robert Midgett, Herbert McCoy, Bill Weatherly, William Peabody, Arthur Stevenson, Bill Brothers.
Absent from picture: Pat Henderson, Jack Morgan, Billy Ross.
J OHN FEREBEE ....,. ..,.................,.........,...,.... P resident
INEZ ASKEW ......... ........ V ice President, First Period
BONITA AUSTIN ....,..... Vice President, Second Period
En SAMPLE .....................,...,.....,.... Vice President, Boys
SARA PAGE JACKSON ..,,.. ...,...,.....,..........,. S Gcretary
CHARLES ARMSTRONG ............. .....,. T reasurer
MISS MARY BLANR JUSTUS ...... ..... D irector
Glee Club work in Elizabeth City High School has been most successful this year. There are two periods during
the day in which the girls are trained and two periods each week devoted to boys' glee club work. Though the three
groups have special times for training, they perform as a combined group. There is one practice a week for the
group as a unit.
Under the able direction of Miss Mary Blane Justus this group of a hundred mixed voices has presented many
and varied programs. On Wednesday before Thanksgiving the Glee Club presented their first program of the year
in the high school auditorium. This was well received by both students and faculty. During the Christmas season
the group toured the city singing Christmas carols. On Sunday night before the holidays at a union service of all
the churches the Glee Club presented a Christmas program. This concert which told of the birth of Jesus in music
and tableaux was sung before an overfiowing audience in the S. L. Sheep auditorium.
Later in the year, they sang at several church services and were featured in the commencement program. In
March this youthful group entered the district music contest Where it won honors and a chance to go to Greensboro
for the State contest. Participation in this contest won the Glee Club and Miss Justus more fame and acclaim.
In April the group took part in the city-Wide Music Festival sponsored by the Elizabeth City Music Club.
Accompanist for the Glee Club is Rodney Trueblood.
First row: Charles VVhite, Vann Morgan, Clarence Castellow, Eugene Overton, Lindberg Holmes, Percy Jennings,
Second row: Julian Ross, Joe Ferrell, Jack Morgan, Leon Bray, Sel Mann, Charles Hodges, Leo Sweatte.
Third row: Glenn Cox, Herbert McCoy.
Fourth row: Wesley Provo, Arthur Stevenson.
Fifth row: Russell Hill, Bill Weatherly, Eugene Williams, James Wilcox, Bunch Mc-Pherson.
Sixth row: Bill Brothers, Robert Midgett.
Seventh row: Phillip Ray Dixon, Jimmy Preston, Billy Sumner, Marvin Gray, Edward Tarkington, Dick Brothers,
Joe Butler. VValter Ray Mann.
Eighth row: George Owens, Eugene VViIliams, Elbert Onley, Stephen Pugh, C. J. Cuthrell, Ralph Blades, George
Brinson, C. R. Spruill.
CHARLES WHITE .... i.,,..,..,... P resident
VANN MORGAN ,,.,.,.. ....,. V ice President
EUGENE OVERTON ......... ........... S ecretary
CLARENCE CASTELLOW ..... ....... T rr'eclSuT6r
MR. JOHNSON ,,............ ...... A d'UiS0?'
The Monogram Club gives recognition to athletes. This club is composed of all boys who have
Won athletic varsity letters in major sports. There are approximately 45 members in the club
which meets regularly every Week. The club has done some splendid Work and Will continue to
be a potent influence in school life. Membership in the club is the goal of every athlete.
THE ELIZABETHAN PLAYERS GUILD
First row: Mary Blades Love, Virginia Bell, Jane Aydlett, Carolyn Philips, Hilda Austin, Jack Morgan.
Second row: Allie Rives Bell, Daphne VVilliams, Christine Cuthrell, June Burgess, Edith Cartwright, Estelle Jones,
Anne Bennett, Florence Small, Carlton Albertson, Miss Jackson.
Third row: Mary Ellen Blades, Hollie Webster, Bland Mercer, Mildred Pearson, Carl Anderson, Rodney Trueblood,
Absent from picture: Teenie Hubbard, Bill Quidley, Billy Ross, James Raby.
JACK MORGAN .......
HILDA AUSTIN ....,.....
JANE AYDLETT ............ .,.,.........., S ecretary
CAROLYN PHILLIPS ,,,,.,.,..,...,.,,,,,, ...,,, T 1'easu1'e'r
MISS ANNIE MARIE JACKSON ,,,,,. ,,,.,,, A dvisor
The Elizabethan Players Guild meets on Friday
studying the production mechanics of plays, acting
various plays an appreciation of Well-written plays
during activity period. The club has been
techniques and make-up. Through reading
has been gained. This club is responsible for
the new cyclorama that has been such an addition to the auditorium stage. Toward the end of
last year the -members put on a drive Ito raise money for this purpose.
The club presented their first production of the year on February 3 in the high school audito-
rium. "High School Daze" was the title. Cast of characters included: Hilda Austin, Estelle Jones,
Florence Small, Carlton Albertson, Carolyn Phillips, Bill Quidley and Billy Ross. Hollie VVebster
was student director. Other members of the technical staff were: Carl Anderson, make-up, Allie
Rives Bell, property mistress, Daphne Willialms, Stage manager, Jane Aydlett, business manager,
Jack Morgan, her assistant, Bland Mercer, Sound effects, and Mary Ellen Blades, advertising
JUNIOR RED CROSS COUNCIL
IN ' 1'
First row: Miss Harris, Barbara Dyrhberg, Doris Perry, Barbara Anne Smith, Adelaide Harrison, Barbara Jones,
Patricia Aydlett. Maxine Stanley, Freda Daniels, Nellie Creath.
Second row: Geneva Harris, Dorothy Chisum, Olive Ballance, Anne Jennings, Joan Needham, Jean Shannonhouse,
Helen Coley, Oneita Hastings, Katherine Woodley.
BARBARA JONES ......,,..... ............. C lziairman
ADELAIDI-3 HARRISON ,,...., ,,,,., V ice-Chairman
PATRICIA AYDLETT ........,,.... ,,,.,,.,... S ecretary
BARBARA ANNE SMITH .,..... ....... T 'reasurer
Miss ALICE LEE HARRIS .,,., .,,,,,,,, A dvisor
To see that the work of the Junior Red Cross is carried out in the school is the purpose of the
American Junior Red Cross Council of the Elizabeth City High School. They are in constant con-
tact with the Red Cross headquarters and see that the plans they make are carried out in the
school. The first project of the year was the membership drive. lt was very successful with the
sch cwcw l going 100 per cent. Thrifty gift boxes for boys and girls overseas were filled under the
leadership of the council. The council itself fed and clothed a family at Christmas and procured
sick room supplies for the school. Many members of the Junior Red Cross have taken life saving
and home nursing courses. First aid courses have been given during Civics classes. Although the
council has been organized less than a year it has accomplished a great deal.
First row: Bobby Temple, Alice Reid, Sanford Whitehurst, Pauline Hastings, treasurerg Merritt Hooper, Retta
Hooper, secretary, James Raby, vice presidentg Alice Bray, president: H. L. Sears, Dorothy Bradshaw.
Second row: Rudy Meekins, Doris Anne Smith. Charles Armstrong, Virginia Hall, James Corbett, Joanne Harward,
Raymond Davis, Jeanne Ryan, Mason Smith, Ida Kay Jordan.
Third row: Howland Wright. Carole Shean, Paul Stevenson, Janice Vtfilliams, Douglas VVinslow, Alice Hobbs, War-
ren Vvilcox, Bonita Austin, Eugene VVilley, instructor, Rose Joyner.
Fourth row: Bill Brothers. instructor, Miss Justus, advisorg J. B. Harrell, instructor.
Absent from picture: Betty Jane Leary.
The Dancing Club of the Elizabeth City High School was organized to create more. interest in the social activ-
ities of the school and to promote more and better dances. The club is open only to ninth and tenth graders who
want to improve their dancing. The club meets once a week to plan dances and learn new dance steps.
First row: Joyce Bailey, presidentg Helen Jones, secretary: Kathleen Riddick, treasurer.
Second row: Estelle Jones, vice president, Margaret Vvilliams, Anne Jeralds, Ramona Jennette.
Third row: June Burgess, Louise Hales, Rosa Ballance.
Absent from picture: Miss Josie Harding, advisor.
THE COMMERCIAL CLUB
The Commercial Club was formed this year by members of the second year shorthand class. The purpose of
the club is to inform the members of the varied and numerous duties required in oliice work and to arouse in the
members a desire to acquire the necessary skill and information to enable them to become successful workers in
the business Held of today. At the end of this year members of the first year shorthand class with good scholastic
records will be admitted to the club.
First row: Faye Livernian, Beulah Annneen. Miss Boomer, librarian, lnez Askew, Mary Blades Love, Lois Jean
Jennings, .Jillian Ross, Genevieve Piland.
Second row: Marjorie Barnard. Betty Lou Bell, Virginia Lee Brickhouse, Frances Cowell, Lena Josefson, Loma
Hassell, Leston Truehlood, Vernon Onley, Douglas Winslow, Hilda Austin.
lilizaheth Citv High School Lihrary has a staff of thirteen student assistants in addition to the librarian. The
student librarians are chosen because of their interest in library work and are therefore good workers. Each
librarian works one hour each day. Their tasks are many and varied. including such things as the circulation and
shelfing ot' hooks, typing and filing. keeping attendance and reading records, and in some cases. such professional
duties as reference and readers' advising.
Left to right: Lorent- Stone, alternate: Peggy Bonner, negative: Brock Mt-Mullan, negative, Glenn Cox, alternative,
Connie Hunt, Allirniatixe, Kose Marie Askew, aflirmative, Miss Boomer, advisor.
E. C. H. S. DEBATERS
This year Iilizaheth City High School again took part in the annual triangular debating contest. The question
was of widespread interest. It was: Resolved: That the Federal Government should make available a system of free
medical care to all citizens at public expense. The speakers for the af-Hrtnative were Constance Hunt and Rose Marie
Askew. The speakers of the negative were Peggy Bonner and Brock McMullan. Alternates were Glenn Leigh Cox
and Lorene Stone.
SENIOR PLAY CAST
Left to right: Philip Ray Dixon, Milton Sawyer. Carolyn Phillips, Herbert McCoy, Eleanor Lanier, Charles Prit-
chard, Estelle Jones, Glenn Leigh Cox, Judy Jones, Annette Ward, Hollie VVebster, Samuel Brown, Hilda Austin,
Edith Cartwright, Nellie Maude Sanderlin, Jo Ann Pinner.
Absent from picture: Miss Nancy Meekins, Mrs. VVilma Flood, directors.
JUNIOR PLAY CAST
"PROFESSOR, HOVV COULD YOU!"
Seated, left to right: Melvin Owens, Carlton Albertson, Erma Lanier, Billy McCain, Elizabeth Bray, Peggy Bonner,
Tommy Parker, Edmund Miller.
Standing: Joe Smith, Bland Mercer, Mildred Pearson, Gloria McCormick, Daphne Williams, Christine Cuthrell,
Jean Sawyer, Miss Annie Marie Jackson, director.
Absent from picture: Olive Sedgewick, Sara Page Jackson.
141.185 QUEEN " 01.1145 su VBEHNS '
f , , E
'W DPHMHTXC GLUE
GW 5f1LEsMmv TRIO 49519071 cfggyy
, ky, f f
qw' n A
,x N- K, .,f. mm?
wwf- -'fi 4 .J
'g U I
'X P' HL , Liv- :
K f' Z
K 1 '
x . ,1?"XZ 5 ' '
ELIZABETH CITY YELLOW JACKETS
-4.,.,-.1i.-Hawke ,,,'- ' f ""'E-:'.L..
First row: Ward, Owens, XVilliams, Castellow, Mc-Pherson. Sweatte, Henderson.
Second row: Brinson. XVinslow. Holmes, Preston, McCoy, Morgan.
Third row: Quidley. Ferrell. XVootl. Butler, Cuthrell, Brothers, Reynolds.
Fourth row: Dixon. Pugh. Mann, Tarkington, Davis, Gray. Sumner.
Fifth row: Coach .lohn "Honey" Johnson, Meekins, XVilcox. Hill, Pipkin, Hughes, Assistant Coaches, Butler and
Elizabeth City High St-hool's football season of 1946 closed one of the most successful seasons
it has had in a long time. With a first team composed of seven experienced players and four re-
turned veterans and with a great deal of hard, clean Hghting, they won the state class A-2 cham-
pionship by winning from China Grove by 13-6. This year Elizabeth City was once again a mem-
ber of the Northeastern Conference after being out of it during the war.
When Elizabeth City had won all of its scheduled games except one, it was eligible to enter
the opening round of the Class A-2 state championship play-offs. The Jackets played Whiteville
here on Thanksgiving Day. Winning this game led to the play-off with China Grove att Salisbury.
Coach t'Honey" Johnson deserves a great deal of credit for this extraordinary year of football
because it was he who, with patience, trained each member of the team.
George llrinson, a most powerful fullback and acting captain of the team, due to the injury of
captain Jimmy Preston early in the season, was named fullback on the Associated Press All-State
team. George Owens tackle, received honorable mention.
Having broken a collar bone in the Taraboro game, Lindberg Holmes was out the remainder of
the season: however, he really made a name for himself by his passing and kicking. His loss was
a severe blow to the team,
Our Coach! Surrounded by players, Coach Johnson is
seen in action at the Iirst night football game on Hun-
sucker Field. This night was a triumph in another Way
because Kinston was defeated by the Jackets. In the left
foreground are seen Jimmy Henderson, assistant manager,
and Percy Jennings, manager.
Jackets 19 ,,...... ,....,,....,..... S cotland Neck 6
Jackets 25 ...... ......,........,.. W insor 0
Jackets 6 ,..., ..,....,..... K inston 0
Jackets 31 ........ .,.......... G reenville O
Jackets 12 .,.,,. ............. W ashington 7
Jackets 14 ........ ,.,..., R oanoke Rapids O
Jackets 28 ...... ,.........,........ H ertford 6
Jackets 31 ...... .,.............. T arboro 0
Jackets 13 ...... ....... N ew Bern 19
Jackets 12 ...... .......... E denton 7
Jackets 6 ..,... ...,..,.. W hiiteville 0
Jackets 13 .................,............ China Grove 6
Dr. John Bonner, team physician, has proved invaluable
in his many services to the football team.
Right end, Ward: right tackle, Owens: right guard, Williams: center, Castellow: left guard, McPherson: left tackle,
Sweatteg left end, Henderson, quarterback, Preston, right half, VVinslowg fullback, Brinson, left half, Holmes.
JAYVEE FOOTBALL SQUAD
F . 1 e ,
w e if -z iff?
Y' ...sg Q ..,, . x'?tsg'3S'- F' ,, . 'S
0 4 ,4 xg
tw " Al- Q sgfwil' ,Q
, gi 2 , ,FQ Q W. Q. 7
5 . K tw' 'rye '- A - rf 4 '
S .5 - . 4 J, ww-at t Q
. j if we , , fi
me ' ' K f
asm ' . f -es Mff f , -'
. ' r
y Q, 4, .5 ., y, 3 . , f,,,,
3935, SQ 's w rs., X
X f Q
Ns f X f
AX p X rf WW -t : ' J 1
s xr CAS ' .' 'ff , W
C Sax 5 .Q 'Lil W 'BL
1, ,JM if ' 1 V5
First row: James XVilcox, Carroll Gray, H. L. Sears, Raymond Davis, Edmund Hales, Theo Kemp, Moody Basnight.
Second row: Sigma Barnett, Jimmy Prescott, Rudy Meekins, Bill Sumner. Van Umphlett, Bill Sharber, Sanford
Third row: Percy Hughes, Eugene Castellow, manager: Joe Harwood, Ed Tarkington, Bobby Askew, Sterling Smith.
Pat Henderson, .Iimmy Wallace.
Fourth row: Grover Cartwright, Bud Symons. Clarence Lassiter, Billy Gard. James Brooks, J. K. Brock, Trim
Aydlett, Bill Pipkin.
Fifth row: Coaches: Blades, Fearing, Harris.
Absent from picture: Bobby Sawyer. Charles Butler. assistant manager.
The .Iayvee Squad which was formed this year is composed of candidates from the seventh, eighth and ninth
grades. It will furnish the material from which the future Elizabeth City High School football teams will come.
Ralph Blades and "Boopie" Fearing put the boys through special training that led them to their first victories
over the Manteo Varsity by a score of 26 to 7 and a return game score of 12 to 7.
They were defeated by the Roanoke Rapids Jayvees by a score of 32 to 9.
Junior Varsity versus Manteo on October 23, 1946. McCoy scores first touchdown of game.
First row: Betty Lou Bell. Patsy Morgan, Louise Hales, Beulah Ammeen, Joyce Bailey, Jean Sawyer.
Second row: Miss XVebb, coach: Joan McClellan, Frances, Cowell, Murlene Lamb, Anne Bennett. Margaret Pipkin,
Virginia Layden. manager, Miss Sawyer, assistant coach.
Absent from picture: Barbara Lamb. '
VARSITY GIRLS' BASKETBALL TEAM
The Girls' Senior Varsity Basketball team does not belong to any conference, but it has played many match
games with nearby schools. While skill in the technique of playing basketball is taught, good sportsmanship is
stressed. The team is coached by Miss Rebecca VVebb, ably assisted by Miss Elizabeth Sawyer. The student manager
is Virginia Layden. There is no official captain but the acting captain is elected by the team just prior to the playing
of each game.
First row: Nancy Dawson, Olive Ballanee, Carolyn Sawyer, Sara Louise Whaley.
Second row: Alice Bray, Maxine Stanley, Betty Ray Outlaw, Betty Stone. Jackie XVOod.
Third row: Miss XVebb, coach: Florence Jennings, Vivian Miller, Nancy Rollins, Geraldine Upton, Audrey Godfrey,
Patsy Morgan, Assistant Coach.
Absent from picture: lietty .lane Leary, lflllen Mae Owens.
JUNIOR VARSITY GIRLS' BASKETBALL TEAM
The Girls' Junior Varsity Basketball team is composed of 12 members selected by the students from a group
who are not members ot' the Senior Varsity. Since their schedule with other schools is limited because of a lack of
.Iunior Varsity teams, they serve as substitute players for the regular Varsity. They have their own separate or-
ganization however, and they are coached by members of the Senior Varsity.
Seve 71 ty-fo ur
BOYS' BASKETBALL TEAM
First row: Pat Henderson. assistant manager: Herbert McCoy, Doc Etheridge, Lindberg Holmes. Joe Ferrell, Dun
Back row: Robert O'Neal, James Wilcox, Percy Jennings, George Brinson, Eugene Xvilliams, C. R. Spruill, Arthur
Absent from picture: Billy Ross, Bill Sumner, Ray Xvarcl.
First row: J. K. Brock, Bobby Askew, Donald Owens, Lee Taylor Jones, Theo Kemp.
Back row: Coach Brewer, Carroll Gray, Moody Basnight, Charles Butler, Mason Smith. Paul Stevenson. Eugene
Chory, Pat Henderson, manager.
.vw "4 '
First row: Onley, center iieldg Ward, third baseg Mann, short stopg McCoy, short stopg Davenport,
Pitcher. Second row: Brown, catcher, Pugh, center Heldg Hales, left fieldg Reynolds, short stopg
Whaley, second base, Parker, first haseg Barnett, pit-cher. Third row: Gard, first baseg Brinson, left
fieldg Castellow, pitcher, Butler, right field, Brothers, third baseg Williams, catcherg Cuthrell, center
afield, McPherson, right fieldg Miller, catcher. Absent from picture: Jennings, second baseg Dixon,
first base, Hodges, pitcher, G. Owens, third baseg Cox, manager, D. Owens, assistant manager.
Jackets Tarboro 5 here
Jackets Roanoke Rapids 18 there
Jackets Perquimans High 4 here
Jackets Kinston 6 here
Jackets Tarboro 5 there
Jackets Perquiman High 5 there
Jackets Washington 1 there
Jackets Roanoke Rapids 24 here
Jackets New Bern 8 there
Jackets Washington 7 here
First row: Betty Lou Bell, basketball managerg Joyce Bailey, vice president.
Second row: Miss Sawyer, advisorg Ann Whaley Sawyer, secretary: Mary Ammeen, health chairmang Louise XVhaley,
tennis managerg Stella Miller, individual sports manager.
Third row: Louise Hales, softball managerg Beulah Ammeen, presidentg Nancy Dawson, tieldball manager.
GIRLS' ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION BOARD
The Girls' Athletic Association Board is composed of members of the Girls' Physical Education classes. lt is
elected by the classes to lead them in the athletic activities of the school, including such activities as practices for
tournaments, play days, and health policies. They also see that points toward a monogram are awarded players
Left to right: Beulah Ammeen, Rose Marie Askew, Barbara Jones, Bill Brothers, Judy Jones, Carolyn Phillips, Mary
Ammeen, Mary Ann Williams. Standing: Miss Doris Dozier, advisor.
The cheerleaders have done a fine job of leading the student body in yells at pep rallies and at football games.
They have helped to bring about better school spirit at games. This year their new uniforms have added color to
5nsff'E7' 51441: Hou EY .B-HLLA 75fvm5
7641011 F007BOLL , 50Fr5f7Lz. '
sa, 1 42,5
51955349 LL Cf2P79f1v5
F007519L Z. PPHCTXSE
8 ' f "' ' Af
M , V1 , W . 1 '
' A' . . ,.,4,...,,,,,,,,, mm- "' ' li . ,
.JX. .MW ,f,q'fjf:,fl ,,,4,,A f'2a 4f g9vM!l4?f2EJ4'14wfm4 M ,V M Wifi!
U ' 11 E 2 ' l E ' ' v42?Z',Y fm MMMM'
ff U Xp ?
Rig! gg i , ,ge
,. I ,E 1, ..f S
, S. v, , EQl,ff.f:..J
'W 1 '. fm M.-".,4:,ff:f' 3 3
- X3 q 4'
Aff 1, kg A
Eggs' ,Wx :psf E
', X v" A ,541 ,551 Q ' '
55? Qffdyiflf Q si- f
wwf QA ' ,,
511515552 . E5 i -
M35 , is
E , ,V
,J E ff, V ' .iw
Qs ,gsqMPgi'ga QW
i,,z'f,:A'i W -5521 ' ,sf
timid. , Wes' L
,,,,,E,f Em g,xg'6.Eefq:i
Peff, 'Q 'r 4"":'1'l,w9s"
29 cf- waiwgf
, -. X ' .jay wwxf
M2515 - ff
lm , S4?,,gf!5fg.13:f
E I" 13 9-3-mzii-cuff
W Y A W1-fe.oa,.
4 i 993- fy!! 1,41
Mflgdzt -1 ig,
X, ,M .rm V ,
Sxffeggfgg. ,gS63,4j3mg f
A gg x
r::"" M'-f--f"' N '
Ajax E '
N11 rn C
Adams, Anne Elaine
Alderman, Margaret Helen
Ammeen. Beulah Ann
Anderson, Carl Lee
Armstrong, Norman C.
Askew, VVil1iam M.
Askew, Inez Marie
Askew, Rose Marie
Austin, Hilda Ann
Ballance, Rose Virginia
Bell, Allie Rives
Bell, Betty Lou
Blades, Mary Ellen
Blades, Ralph W.
Bray, VVilton Holmes
Brickhouse, Virginia Lee
Brown, Samuel T., Jr.
Burgess, Dorothy Lee
Burgess, Mary June
Castellow, Clarence G., Jr.
Cathy, Billy Clayton
Chesson, Frances Egerton
Cox, Glenn Leigh
Cuthrell, Mildred Jane
Davis, Walter Joseph
Davis, Frances Lescelles
Dixon, Phillip Ray
Dunbar, Rachel Elizabeth
Etheridge, Doc Horace, Jr.
VV alter B.
Ferrell, Joseph, Jr.
Ferrell, Claude E., Jr.
Forbes, William '
Forbes, Nellie Wraye
Gover, Lillian Elizabeth
l'll do my best
I'd rather not
plink, plank, plunk
I know it
Oh, don't be stupid
For Pete's sake
You just don't know
You're so dumb
You so right
You so right
I feel so good I can
I don't laugh much
You don't know and I
can't tell you
Uh, uh, uh
I reckon so
XVhat cha' know
I'll tell you like a friend
Great day in the
God bless you
None of your business
Are you crazy?
Oh, I don't think so
Don't tell me your
How'd you guess it
Devil, Go out of my e
How'd you guess it
ability to work
Black onyx ring
Arm in a sling
Hair in plaits
to succeed Miss Cooper
to be with Ray
to play basketball
president of U.N.C.
to get married
to get annual published
to be a good wife
to be a preacher
live down Weeksville
To work trigonometry
to get 90 out of a Hudson
To play professional football
To be a farmer
to teach Biology
Live down Vileeksville way
To succeed Truman
Big League baseball player
to become great
to get a woman
to finish high school
To get out of school
To join Army
To join Army
To be a good housewife
Boys' Club Director
Na rn e
Heath, J. B.
Heath, Rose Marie
Henderson, J. B.
Hettrick. Eleanor Anne
Hooper, Norman Faye
Hopkins, Charles Robert
Jeralds, Anne Louise
Jones, Helen Cletus
Pinner, Jo Ann
Sanderlin, Nellie Maud
Stanley, Helen Louise
Twiford, Doris Mae
Oh! Go on
I'll be seeing you
My Lil' darling baby
I don't know
You mean me?
What does that
My stars and garters
Good garden peas
Oh! My gosh
Diddle Dad Burn
Oh! My aching back
don't be funny
For crying out loud
Do you have a pass
I don't know
You know what I mean
Shut up! you make
I don't believe it
No it's like this
Ain't it the truth
String of pearls
Big gold ring
Beans 8 Midge
Herb at Beans
sleeping in class
Have a cattle ranch in
To be an airplane hostess
To marry her sweet XVilliam
To have fun, fun and more
To marry Pinky
To be a novelist S illustrator
To be a nurse
To stay Happy
Casanova of E. City
to go to college
to play with T. Dorsey
to fall in love
to stay awake in class
to be a dancer
R. O. T. C.
Phy. Ed. Teacher
to finish high school
to graduate in May
get enough to eat
to be educated
to be with Sweet
to own a grocery store
Name Alias Favorite Erpression Recognized By Ambition
XVard, Annette Annette By golly Cute clothes go to Honolulu with Sam
XVeatherly, XVilliam Beans F-i-i-i-ne Midge SL Herb Playboy
VVebster, Grace Holland Hollie Tell you like a friend drawl Dramatics
Whaley, Marjorie Margie Good land wavy hair Be a good housewife
XVhite, Charles Charlie Wat'cha say? Pretty boy None
VVilliams, VValter WVheeler Gee-whiz football to mend the break of day
Williams, Eugene Jo Red Anytime ole boy Murlene to get a warm car
Williams, Margaret Wooten Oh, shucks! cameo ring Secretary
Xvilson, Vvilliam Norman Buddy You don't know school bus driver Mechanic
Woods, Eugene Sootie Gee Whiz Red hair? to succeed
SENIOR CLASS OF'-47
ELIZABETH CITY'S LAWYERS
IOHN HALL R. CLARENCE DOZIER
W. C. MORSE, IR. McMULLAN AND AYDLETT
GEO. I. SPENCE I. H. LEROY
IACK W. IENNETTE 1. D. wINsLow
ROBERT LOWERY L- S- BLADES, IR-
FORREST V. DUNSTAN W. A. WORTH
W. T. HALSTEAD HARRY B. BROWN
ELIZABETH CIIY SHIPYARD
LUCK AND HAPPINESS
SENIOR CLASS OF '47
ELIZABETH CITY BRICK COMPANY
BLOCK AND BRICK MANUFACTURERS
SENIOR CLASS OF '47
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Cox
A 'v Q
Elizabeth City, North Carolina
CRYSTAI ICE 6. COAl CORPORATION
Ice - - Cool - - Kerosene - - Fuel Oil
Remember Your Ice Cold Drinks
ot Boseboll Season!
Telephones: T6 and 716
CLASS OF '47
PASOUOTANK RIVER YACHT CLUB
The ALBEMARLE HOSPITAL was built in 1914 and in 1945 renovated,
modernized and made into a 100 bed hospital. It is owned by the County
of Pasquotank and the City of Elizabeth City, North Carolina.
Best of Luck to the Seniors
THE MEDICAL AND SURGICAL STAFF OF THE ALBEMARLE HOSPITAL
l I l Remington Typewriter
COl11pIifflel1'l'S Compliments of
McDonald Dixon, Agent
of SINCLAIR REFINING co.
AUTOMOTIVE SUPPLY CO., INC.
IOBBERS AND DISTRIBUTORS
219-221 N. Poindexter St.
Elizabeth City, N. C.
I f Parts Supplies Shop Equipment
Phones 1309 8: 1811
MILL, PLUMBING AND MARINE SUPPLIES
MACHINISTS AND FOUNDERS
WATER, PEARL AND POINDEXTER STREETS
Elizabeth City, N. C.
QU 4L1T1 FURN ITURF
S. W. TWIFORD, Owner
209 N. Poindexter St.
Elizabeth City, N. C.
520 W M. St.
PORTP417'9 of DIQTIVCTION
BEST OF LUCK ond HAPPINESS
PUBIIC UTIIITIES COMMISSION
Elizabeth City, N. C.
BEST WISHES SOUTEIISSQQQQIPSE LIFE
to The una Building 47
1. H. WILKINS
f 1 f FURNITURE COMPANY
MORRISETTE W e,
Cr 5 Q ,
:E , , 8
Congratulations to the Class of '47
McDOWEll MOTOR COMPANY
YOUR Ecko DEALER
- 24 HOUR WRECKER SERVICE -
Specializing in Body and Fender Work, Painting
and Mechanical Repairing
TELEPHONES-Day: 102 8: 1171 - Night: 1849-W 8: 1357-W
Elizabeth City, N. C.
Sport Shop 2nd Floor
BON TON BEAUTY SALON
310 South Road Street
SALLY DAVIS, Proprietor
FLOWER Sz GIFT SHOP
"Ready to Serve You"
PELEG MIDGETT COMPANY
Best Wishes and Congrcztnlationfs to Our Friends
THE CLASS OF l947
Southern Loan 6' Insurance Company
Tidewater Realty Cr Mortgage Company
Dal H. Williams Insurance Agency
Russell Cr McAden, General Agents
Bankers Cr Shippers Insurance Company
Richmond Insurance Company
London Cr Scottish Assurance Company
CHEVROLET SERVICE KRAMER ELECTRIC CO.
414 E. Colonial Ave.
Elizabeth City, N. C.
I. A. Hooper M. A. Hooper
WHOLESALE PAPER OFFICE SUPPLIES
Telephone Sff Virgi D Arcade
EI h th City, N. C.
Elizabeth City, N. C. , , A ,
For Interior and Exterior House Painting
Floor Sanding - Paper Hanging
Phones 221 and 233 PHWE1265
MARTIN'S DECORATING SHOP
PROMPT, EFFICIENT SERVICE
Free Estimates No Obligation
310 S. Road St. Elizabeth City, N. C.
BEST WISHES to the CLASS of 1947
COKER'S GULF SERVICE
TIRES, BATTERIES, GENERAL ACCESSORIES
We Specialize in Hot Water Heater Repairs,
Radiator Repairs, Generators and Starters.
We Are Now Equipped to Clean Your Car
As Clean As New.
Owned cmd Operated by J. A. Coker
FORMERLY COOPER CLEANING WORKS
105 E. Colonial Avenue
F' in uali , service and sa isfact'
F t q Ighone 280 I
a ' . , . .
H Where Pharmacy is a Profession--Not a Side L1
OVERMAN 8: STEVENSON
yfi? "P'reScripti0n Druggistsn
- Ph 321 Elizabeth cn, N
A 2: eg? C
,C 'umm 5,
'Lx ST 1399 '
TSMG BEST WISHES!
FORT RALEIGH GRILL
"The Home of Home Cooking
Our Best Wishes cmd Heortiest Congratulations
SENIOR CLASS OF 1947
Pfll PAPER COMPANY, INC.
Elizabeth City, N. C.
Capital Sz Surplus 51,000,000
Establish ed 1901
FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORP
Elizabeth City, N. C.
RUCKER Cr SHEELY CO.
"Elizabeth City's Best Store"
Greater Readership and More lnfluenc
For Nearly 40 Years
THE DAILY ADVANCE
The only daily newspaper covering the Albemarle"
M b r Audit Bureau of Circulation Associated Press
REEL FOOD CENTER
MEATS - GROCERIES - FRESH PRODUCE
329 N. Poindexter Street
Elizabeth City, North Carolina
Over Twenty Million American Families
Use Gas for Cooking
Gas is the Fastest, Most Flexible, and Economical Fuel
For Precision Cooking - Silent Refrigeration
Speedy Automatic Water Heating
ELIZABETH 6. SUBURBAN GAS CO.
CITY MOTOR PARTS
Elizabeth City, N. C.
"Renzr'mber the Dead"
co- 1. WINTON SAWYER
405 S. Road Sl. El I7 h City, N. C
ALKRAMA THE JEWEL BOX
WATCHES - DIAMONDS
CENTER 212 North Poindexter St.
BEST IN MOTION PICTURES" PHONE 1594
Opposite Quinn Furniture S
Now that you have graduated you
are Big Boys and Girls
Big Enough to Read
Thursdays and Sundays
110 S. Road St.
"Flowers for all Occasionsi'
E. S. CHESSON 6. SON
DEPARTMENT STORE We
AND LOAN ASSOCIATION
"We help folks help thenzselzfesv
W. BEN GOODWIN, Secret y-Treas
Sponsor and Promote Thrift and Home Ownersh p
503 E. Main St. Phone 312
Best. of Luck to All of You
CADER HARRIS 5' SON
"The Fricnclly Store"
Elizabeth City, N. C.
W. O. BAUER 5' SON
109 S. Poindexter Street
J. S. Brothers Market JONES
Meats 8: Groceries
PHONE 700 MOTOR COMPANY
NATIONAL CLEANERS Garrett Hardware Company
PHONE 4614 Phone 970 or 971
Best Wishes of Success to the Class of '47
PIPKIN fr REID SUNDRY 5H0p
Rochelle Cleaning Works C01H11liHHfHf-S Of
PHONE 1166 BARBER SHOP
' C L
C0'7l,g'I'ClfZLlClfi0'ILS and Best IVishes to the
A S S of ' 4 7
GLOBE FISH COMPANY
Elizabeth City, N. C.
PRITCHARD fr DAVIS
McCLELLAN STORES CO.
"The Variety Store"
204 N. Poindexter Street
ELIZABETH CITY, N. C.
JACOC K'S PHARMACY
"You"re always welcome at
LE-REE BEAUTY SALON
Meiggs Furniture Store
Phone 956 Phone 1824
BEST WISHES EUNICE HAYMAN
THE Music SHOP HANDPAINTING
RADIOS ISL PHONOGRAPHS
W' C' N' C' Building 613 Morgan St. Phone 336-W
f'Your Favotite Soda Shoppe"
ASKEW G' SON
Plumbing and Heating
311 S. Road St.
G. C. Culpepper Motor Co.
502 E. Colonial Ave.
OLDSMOBILE - G.M.C. TRUCKS
CLASS OF 1947
BUNDY G' MORAN
CERTIFIED PUBLIC ACCOUNTANTS
Elizabeth City Since 1928
Co1zg'ratuIa1'ions and Success
Carolina Farm Supply Co.
BUXTON WHITE SEED CO.
"The Live Seed House"
Loans - Financing
COMPLETE AUTO SERVICE
"The Quality Shop for Mew"
McMorrine 8: Colonial Ave.
Lamm's Sandwich Shop
Horooos - HAMBURoERs
202 S. Poindexter St.
THE SMART SHOP
512 E. Colonial Avenue
WILLIS S. WRIGHT
Dodge Sc Plymouth - Sales 8: Service
Dodge Trucks - Cushman Scooters
Elizabeth City, N. C.
Sawyer Realty Exchange
"A Home for All That Call at
323 Carolina Bldg. Phone 290
JONES fl' TEMPLE
SERVICE NEWS CC.
106 North Martin Street
Lorimer W. Midgett
Phone 706 Virginia Dare Arcade
Elizabeth City, N. C.
Designers and Makers of
208 North Martin St.
ELIZABETH CITY, N. C.
Phone 986 Iohn W. Miller, Owner
'Elizabeth City's Leading Jezlveleru
404 E. Main Street
Elizabeth City, N. C.
Repairs for Any Make Bicycle
Keys Made for Any Lock
JEAN ETTE FRU IT
114 South Poindexter Street
BEST of LUCK
Magazines Patent Medicines
GARD'S CON FECTION ERY
112 E. Main Street
Thomas A. Madrin
Elizabeth City, N. C.
Whaley Furniture Co.
Fruits, Vegetables, Meats
"Say It With Flowers
and Let Them be Ours"
PHONE 1659 Telephone 789
CULPEPPER Congeratulatirms and Best Wishes
Moron COMPANY CLASS Of '47
g 1 MODERN TYPEWRITER
Buick Sc Pontiac Dealers
Oflice Phone 306 Service Phone 1690
Elizabeth City, N. C.
Phone 911 410 Carolina Bldg.
Call on us for your typewriting needs
Ckxbk wx sou 'uses
xx 'KNN wgv. xqxai
613 E. Main Street
O. R. SYMONS
Wholesale Fruits and Produce
Peas, Beans, Potatoes, Fruits, Corn, Seed
Potatoes, and Fertilizer
Water and Burgess Streets
Phones: 251 - 701 - 1605
Elizabeth City Production
Elizabeth City Agriculture Loans
Congratulations to the Class of '47
R. C. ABBOTT CO.
W. T. GRANT CO.
CHAMBER Compliments of
of City Vulcanizing Co., Inc.
CQMMERCE 311 s. Road sr. Phone 1492
The Apothecary Shop
HA Good Drug Store"
THE TOURIST CAFE
315 S. Road St. Phone 12421
COHl1Jlff'Il1P'I'1,fS of L- B-
Phone 164 Virginia Dare Arcade
Best of Luck and Happiness
Pepsi-Colo Orange Crush
SENIOR CLASS 7-Up
THE Ehringhaus Street Extended
EAT AT THE
:WU M40 CENTRAL CAFE
Y, ? "The Home of Good Cooking"
104 E. Main St.
Elizabeth City, N. C.
TOXEY GROCERY CO.,
Elizabeth City, N. C.
Congratulations to the Senior Class
U. S. TIRES - BATTERIES
SALES 8: SERVICE
Farmall Tractors 8: International Fearing and P0iHdCXfCf SYS-
Trucks Phone 1077
A, Compliments of
Tailoring, Repairing 81 Alterations
Virginia Dare Arcade, Elizabeth City, N. C. "F7'i67ldly JQLUGZGTSU
DR. J. W. SELIG O. B. WEST G' CO.
Children's Cotton and Iunior Dresses
THOMAS CRANICS FISH MARKET
1. H. IONES HATCHERY
THE VALUE STORE
THE SPORT STORE
W. E. PAPPENDICK
THE AYDLETT PRODUCTS CO.
THE SUNSHINE CROCERY
COLONIAL CHINESE LAUNDRY
SCOTT FEED at SEED CO.
TWIDDY S. WHITE
NU-QUALITY ICE CREAM
WHITEHURST CLEANING WORKS
RAULF'S TAILOR at CLEANER
MERIT SHOES, INC.
D. WALTER HARRIS
S S. M
MAIN STREET GROCERY
TOMMY TUCKER BREAD
' . Un.-.-gn'-sm'
a 5 '
J'l',f .4 I
F" .L . 'L
. U UU ,UUU,UUUU,,-QU
. P V U U o 1" 'o uUK'. 5'
U 1 UU1 WUU. UFU ,4.U: fUUUfU.UUx UUUU
- ' -. .. U .wg ,, png.
" .. -' 1 - ,- :' n . 1.5.2. .'
, -U. . UU4.UU .' UUgU'vU 'U..Un'.'Y
' - ,U. ' Y ' , ,'P.'.
' .' '. ' 51 Ka .nu J..".Z',V4'-'-5'
..U.s U UUU ,UUUUUTJU
.X - .c , ' wwf...
U .,U. ',-4'UUf if U V AQ'
' " -L',l4-" Y 4
?- .. "ZW-".f.'.5 H! -I",w'
W mf .
. , . .. . .
' . ' 1. -' .1 -Mix' 4 t Vs' v1n':y,RLf .Q
U ' QU U,'.'7 'A' U.'n,.,,... ',UAU.U
' . ' A JF.. 4- -4a.wvQ-I- ...u
U .U.,. . .1 ,U .'U.
,' ' ' n 'V' so '55 5.32. 'Jin
,oUU' UU ,ff ., ,UUUKJJU :f,.fUr U-Y
'...- - .'..,1 , . ., ,
' ,' -. -1 1: :-'.-31.ig-Q.v'fwfQ,4ff
A -gg--,'r,..,..,5UU f5UX,. fq..-
' ' ,NU.,'f A-'U,,'U,3g. "-.4 13 'r fu. ',: --" , "
' - ,J .
U 1 U ,
.Y U.'Q.4 Uff.,., 5.11
. 1,9 U.. Qyxvr 'UU....kL U
'aff s V sy
A f UU-.. -NF.-UU! IQ.. . .V -. JK J'
' Q" "- wu UJQ bn' ' .
' ,luv 'u",'.. gf M.-. 5
,U U ',UU!'UUU H., iq U - U J 4 - ,UQ
, . ,U U . U , . . , . U.
L , s, . - , o -7'-A ' ,nk 1 -
3" 1. . .-'fv Nic' "L-.
- ,' , I. '1 -9 U. .l'Qjv.- 5, ., Q ,Url
. . " Pin --, ' A Q," wx " 3.3! '
M. - .,- - .-".'-f-n'-7' '1f':.-f'v..
. 4 .' ,, --,... 5 A.
. . , .. .U .. U,UU.t. Y ,QU U.-,Uv
v A ' l's .-AV". I"-xr' help, ff, i In -
. - ' .-a---Q 4 .. f ' . .
' - ...v ' '- N f 1' '.x"'r'1.-- JU ' . '
, u Q 1. ,Q 5
1 - U.. . :F 'UU UUA U- U ug fUc4.f'yU!., I Un., . Us
f f 1.1 .1 - ..v, Q
1 -, '-.. 1+'f4'+ .1 -.. "':4-.-: ." . '1 '
s U'egu",' 1-, ,g.,gH' V Q,-' -:,-.1 L 3, v ' ' X
-Q 49, ,fy 'Tv .' ,',-T' 'L' "Ili -UC ' 1 U
. ' 7 U NU," UN ' -.UM UNA.: Un- . ..U ,,, UU WU.
V 1-wvhf' .4-.I e-' U. .. .., , U
U 7" V, ., ,,,U." .',..,U,, U91 I UK . ,,'U,1 '
, ,.N.--, . '..-4 ....',. K-J.
Uh .U U UU U U U MU ,,mU.rU U U U .UU ,UU UU-UFJU
- . 45 +1 ., , -U ,U Us ' 2 ' .nn-X . -
U , . -U1 95, -5' L, . UU .U U.UU,.,'U151
xl , 4, if-. ' 5- L 'A -' "
'H' '..-1" -' ,- ' ' '. . "Q 5
U UU UUUU4Us, .U ,U '.U UU . U:iU .UU.U..
' 5 ,, . -, .u H '.,'4
. -H 1 M ", ' - Un ' 'ffwi '
UU .1U ' U U , 1 . 1
' v' " . .v A
.1 . ' ' .'L.,.,-'. vm
p . rf U Q, U, U.. Uv-f:
, . ,
, v , U ,U . U 54 ,
U . A .- , -UU Q UU
. , ,V-' ,-.NLD ..Q.
1 - . ,,'4' A' v ,.. 9. I
1 UU U UU' U U. .gg 'U-..-
4 , U I . U U g
. 4 ' ' . 4
U . U U U - . ,U UU 5 UUWU
,A 4 -' A' ' .la I 'V Q".
'- f ' - ' ' mu" ' .- V
. . ,
U U UU . . U . U. UU 33.5555
I -' I
U .U MP. ' ' U fy
'- . .-Q r Z '
UU 'U.U , U. U ,ff ' U.UjUy
' . ' . Uij:
' .zw 'U. A, -'D-'mr'
. . ' v."
Y. - - .
, V U..
. -, V ,. ' X me
, . 'fr . . -'
H. U f X' 1 'O "'-.",U .
U UU Uu.. . U U ., A
0 1 .U QU 1 I U U' ,4 ."1U
. ' , '+V . 4 :4'1. V
,U n al
l , r 1 U . l .l""
' 9. . V. "'
U 1' "Nl ' . '
, U, UU U , UU..
' I V , ' ' -'
. , 5 -. . " ., -1.
, UU U U . UU. . . U
U UU UUUUU . U.-..U, NUYUX U, Hg EUUU
! :-U 1U UU .UUU J
. U U U . UU3 .. . UU ,U UU UU UU.U.0.U,
. J - ' ' rl , U .U Uhr- U,- vjlUQ'.v-'
. . -.-ww.
, A V 5. ', U -'.' ap ".
1 ' . 1 0. X .I "' fl' Y
, ,A f. -.. ,UQ 4. -
a -- U,'U Lf-'Q
A 4 s Q' . L"
' 5. 'C-. -'," 'ag
. . , , .
u U 1:13 U 'fr ' Uv: K'-5,5
, .. -
' .- .5
n 1 1' wr 'X' o, , .Navi
. 1 .' 'ry' aj. '.'-',,'
.,:,.U. U4.,UU UU-IUU U.U 'U
. S , . ,
'. "' F' ' 'Q A
, .U , U U' ., UU UNI,
1 U.-. xy , '4,. 4 U-ff
' ' " .Y '., '
, , ' 'J' ..'..' f'-e If' '-
. ' - .1 -' .
J' J H
- 1 'N
f ', ',.- .- ,gil
- wi. " 1. .Q ' U,""""2U.,1.g H
UU: UU.. . . U f"U.U-U,UUU kits.
. U U, , ,A 'sTU5UU'Mxx-'Q a
... Q ' I
. 'W .- rl z ,f"rA'
"uf. .. ..1f
. p ,F H'
A' 'I .Y V
' , K
r -,X r '13, ', V' In '7-'
'tyuuf'-' I... 'V' 1'-'I '
" A - -59 1 ' n
Wim! ...ll he Y .
Q K, .l3 .,,Wg J. , - ,
1 -n, " ,w ,'ff:":x,.,' .,' V
' ' f.-,' " I v
'11 nth, '- run
..'.-,fh - .L -'
Ti:-? .' -' '7 '
if "G 53" 'J' t ' .
'I' "kb: I 'f' ff .I
l"' ", , 1 ' '
,f":w,f',, f- , N
Q. 5. I 1'An Y
"A -in 1 ,
gigrlrf: - V
V. 'U . 'f' -
:kg A2 K 'QT' -Jr,
'Q 'Ig A .
' T41-"-Af, ?..
uqugf' mffb' 'JM
'ff'-6'1.j"-'.' -3.,,4 I
' 'J.,." V1
I, '5 .t2i': fix -
lg" 'MQTJVQ '34, ,L
Q, 1 'JJM
I' ,' x ' w
'fwfr' ' Q7 I
Nfl 11" ' -.
M - Q3 ...- .
8.-I1 b' V.. rm 7' ""
-'-. -v"-'." "-
,YI i's,,H..,,Az:A, MJ..-I EA J
'I .'.1 'li U 'ln '
'nA H ,. 9, fi' Y
'xlwl ' '
. ..' -a' "T ',f "' '
+'J ', 'lJ1", '
'n -" ' I
C I hr If . gl. .
.. ,fl ,HN '
'T 5.4: A M
'Yu . , :sf ,
x"l J IA :N e
N . , K X v
J, f 1 ,b
. . 4 ,fl vw
H fi' ..
-cf . : ' '-
fl Aw I ,
. '.- ' V
x " ,I , '
'WJ N4 I usl,
e 1. -' "
rw'-1, f, , I
' 'U X! W 'rl
.Unk 4 I -
...:.5:2Y V. I .
BV ' .
jQl.f-'g'J,gn 5 '
.gziuy Y :
.eng ,QQ it '
.N 3.1 ,,,.
I 4 1' ' "'
uf 'L': .',"'
. , "' 1 ' .
1' . -.-H!
' "uf, .fn
' Lk 'tj' 1
' Oryahiffxz ' v
L' bg 1:-.fqj
if- ,. , .1 'h
.. iv lifl.-A' ."-, ,I.
In ' Y
.f Af ' Q ,
P' 1 . 'f
A ' -
. l.- f
w 4 K
JUN 1 O 2011
Suggestions in the Elizabeth City High School - Spotlight Yearbook (Elizabeth City, NC) collection:
Are you trying to find old school friends, old classmates, fellow servicemen or shipmates? Do you want to see past girlfriends or boyfriends? Relive homecoming, prom, graduation, and other moments on campus captured in yearbook pictures. Revisit your fraternity or sorority and see familiar places. See members of old school clubs and relive old times. Start your search today!
Looking for old family members and relatives? Do you want to find pictures of parents or grandparents when they were in school? Want to find out what hairstyle was popular in the 1920s? E-Yearbook.com has a wealth of genealogy information spanning over a century for many schools with full text search. Use our online Genealogy Resource to uncover history quickly!
Are you planning a reunion and need assistance? E-Yearbook.com can help you with scanning and providing access to yearbook images for promotional materials and activities. We can provide you with an electronic version of your yearbook that can assist you with reunion planning. E-Yearbook.com will also publish the yearbook images online for people to share and enjoy.
Material on this website is protected by copyright laws of the United States and international treaties.
No protected images or material on this website may be copied or printed without express authorization.