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E ditor-in-Clziof ELIZABETH HATHAXVAY .... .......... A ssistant Editor SELDEN LAMB ..,.................. .......... A ssistanf Editor ROBERT KRAMER ....,.. ......,.............. B usiuess Manager CARROLL PARKER ............. ...... , 41ssisfa11f Busifzess Manager ISABELLE MEEKINS 2 AM Editors FRANK DAWSON S DOROTHY JONES ROBERT LQWRY g CHARLES SEYFFERT I I ........ ........ A Hzlofic Editors v .,,.... .......... J 0136 Editors ST. CLAIR BAILEX 5 EMILY JENNINGS 1 RUTH XVHITE ......... ..,..... 4 '1d'f'L'I'fiSI'1I,!j Couzmiftoe ELIZABETH ETHERIDGE J if -,..- , NNTHTFHJ7 5','T. 'L' ,.f.-1-frff, "W-"1 ' . -, fic-o'rf5.w fx xy. 71-ff' gevobiix- 1 f- Inf, 4 1-mfr' - S'--'HX '-1 , Lv ' Ji ' ' A431211-'-".w-1.3111 5-5542. C 4' ' Enix." :T k - f A 921:15 x Q' " 'P' X of EQ X - --P 1 2 zigg: A- - - vm I 10 4-ao1 10 f wu-4' G MAN NS- out ,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,, , ,.,,,,,, W f X Il! .,,,,,, .,,,,,,,, ,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,. ..,,.,,,. 'f L ,u,,, M Se n i or C 1 as s COLQRS: Old Gold and Purple. FLOWER: Iris. B4oTTo: HXVe pulltogetherf ED ffi sets SELDEN LAMB ...... ............,............ .......,.. IWMMNH EMILY JENNTNGS ................. ...................... I 'iff-Pavxiziczzf IHJZAHETH ETHERIDGE ..,.. ,...... Ywnv umiTnwmww ISJXBELLE MEEKINS ........ ..........v...................,....... P nm' FRANK K. DAWSON ......, ...... I 'Wnfvllei BILLY HOUTZ ......... ....... l li.S'fUI'I'UI1 DORQTHY JQNES ..,. EH ' , ,. u 12 .......L,l7'ZL'j'FI' ,,, M M,.,..W.,,,.... ,,,, Z ,,,, . ,W ,,,, - .,...,...,., ..Z ,,,,, ,,,,, ,,, ,.,,,, , .,,, ,,., ,,.,,. ' .,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 1 Af ' ,, ,,,,,.,, , ,,,,,,., A, ,,,..,,.,,, .,,, ,.,,,,,,.,, , fi XZ fffffl """"""""' . ,,,, fflflf Z Z ,A Vn ,,,, , ., .., ""' f Mwhhmzf .7 ,,,, .,,,,., ,,,,,,,,,, ,.,,,. W ,.,.,.,,,,,,, - ,,,,,.,,,,, L ,,,,,,,,,,,, 7 .,.,,,,,,,,, W ,,.,,,, V ,,,,,,,, W . ,,,,,,, .,,., ,,,, .... ,,.,,, ,,,,,, ,,,,, ,,,,. ..,,Z .,,,,, Z ,.,,.,,,,, , , ,,,. ,,,,,, , ,,,,,,,, ,,,, . .,,,,, ,.,,,,. ,,,,,,, A . mf f GOLDIE MARIE BAKER "Goldie" Caliopean Society. Bubbling with good humor, generous, and kind are all characteristics. She has a twinkle in her eye that always makes one remember her. She seems to he on good terms with all her subjects except Math., but don't let a little thing like Math. worry you, Goldie. N ST. CLAIR EDVVARD BAILEY "C 11 ba" President Class of '20g Editor -5011001 News, '21 3 joke Editor SPoT-LIGHT: Literary Society, 1920-213 Athletic Association, 1920-213 S. S. S.. D. D. D., 1920-21: Baseball, 1920-21. St. Clair is one of the most congenial fel- lows in our class. VVherever you may see him, there is always a smile on his countenance and he is seldom found down-hearted. His classes do not bother him much, as he stands well in all his studies. We are sure that his sunny disposition will carry him along as well in later years. 13 ,,,,,,.WW.,,,,,,,,, ,U,,,,f,,,f,fCffW57qiN,,,f.,,,,,,,,,,....,,,,,,,f,,,,,,,,,,,,W H, U., A,,,,,,,f,,,,,.,,, W 1, My AH, WW ,, l,,,mw,,,,,,.,.,, f ,,,, ,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,, Z Z W ,,,,. lfff ,, ,,,.,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,.,,, ,,,,, ,,.,,, ,,,,.,,,, ,,,,,,,, Z Z '--' , ,,,,.,, "" 'A""'- f Q I T X X KW! llly WMM! .,., ,.,,,., ,..,,.,,., ,,,,,, .,,,,,,,,..,, - .,,.,,,,,,, L ,,,,,.,,,,,, X ..,,.....,,, W .,,.,,, ,,,,,,,,, ,,,,..,, ,,,,, ,.,, ,,,, 7 ,.,, .,,,,. . ,,,,,, 1 ,,,.,,, .,.,,,. ,ffgwm ,,,, .,., , ,,,,, .,,,,, ,,,, Z ,,,,,, Z ,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,, Z ,,,,,,, , ,,,, ,,,,,,,,, ,,,, H ,,,, ,.,,, ,,,,,,, Z ,,,,,,. MARGARET CHESSON "Pf'9f1y" Caliopean Society. Margaret is sweet, good-natured, studious. and an excellent pupil. Especially in French do her talents shine and she leaves an espe- cially good record at E. C. H. S. She is en- vied by not a few as she has made many a dent on the hearts of the opposite sex. CONRAD ZEIGLER BAILEY Statistics. Conrad's little, but-well, he's loud. He al- ways has a word to put in whether it be in Commercial Arithmetic or in other matters. The teachers dread to have Conrad disagree with them, for he can generally carry his point. 14 W., 7 .6 :iii '? ,,,,,, ,,,. ., , .,,,,,, ff'ff 4 fff' """ g a Z A ,,,,,. ,,,,,,,., .,,,,,,. ,.,, . .,,, if 2 Z Z 1173 f-- .,,.., ,,,,, ,,,,..,,, ,,,,, ,,,.,,,,., 1 , . X .of ,,,.,,, ,,,., 4 ,, .4 f f ,, . 2 ,,,! ,,,,..?m,,,.4! 'yu .,.., Z yu Q X ,.,, ,,,,,,, L ,.,,,,,,,,. A ,,,,,,,,. ,...,,, W. ,,,, W7 ..,,,.., ,,,,, ,,. ,,,, ,,., ,,,, M ,,,,.,,,,, . ,,,, ,,,,,, , fff, 1 ROCHESTER CLARK "Habbo" Scrub Basket-Ball, 1921g Athletic Associa- tion, 1920-21. In every class you usually hnd some stu- dents who always amuse every one. "Flabho" most assuredly can be pointed out as one of these pupils. Cheerful, never downcast, gig- gling, never frowning, playing, hardly ever studying, "Flabbo" goes on his way amusing one and all with his jokes and wit. We know in the life after E. C. H. S. Rochester will have no trouble in finding his place. MARIE COOPER Caliopean Society. We're sure Marie will make a line wife for some man, as her talents seem to run along domestic lines. In Domestic Science when all else seemed to go wrong and our cakes would not bake, Marie's came out cooked to perfec- tion, thus winning the praise of all. 15 x i 2 3 E Q ws. P E mi Q 9 K4 nf HENRY CRAWLEY "Henry" Statistics, 19213 Member S. S. S.g John Charles McNeil Literary Society. Ah! herc's our ladies' man. He can talk for hours at a time and seldom ever blushes: says the happiest moments of his life are when a girl calls him "Mister Crawley." As you can see from the statistics, his biggest ambition is to be the boss of a harem. 16 me i ,Eg 'Sssswwww 2 sk 5 gay, 5 xxxxs E 5 ssxsx I S Nix Sefwiiiziittsi Niiiziiiiiix ,U Sizzix: LD Ntiitiztiix i 71 11IfQIIfiI Q X gg w11t.11t.11111, C Q Q si: Z ssizzzziizggzii QNg1t:::::. Q s , Q 5 M6 S X X NE W W Q X ,,,..,,,, ,..,. ..,, N Class Prophet, 19213 Literary Society, 19213 Art Editor, 19213 Statisticsg Athletic Associa- tion, 1921: Joke Editor 561100Z News, 1921. Frank is without a doubt the wittiest and most original boy in our class. 'Without his wit we would undergo a great loss. ln fact. we have come to take him as an essential fac- tor among' us. Frank is not only inclined to wit, but also to his studies, where he succeeds as well, when he takes time to prepare them. In the future we either expect to see him a noted lawyer, a cartoonist or a great come- dian. NY ,,,,,,,, in-eww .U-1n.fww..ffff,ff?gg4g,ff,,,,,,wf,,,,...,,,.,,,,,,., ,,,,,,,,, .,,., 1 fa ,,,,, fffff Z, ff,, 5 fff'f'f""f""'ff ' f A 2 y A f ,,,,, ,.,,,, ,,.,,,.,, ,,,,,.,, .,,,,,,,,,,, ,,.. ,ff ill, , ,,,, ,,,,,.,,.. , .,,., ,,,,,, Z ZWWZ Mfmw .7 ......, ,,.,.,, 2 ,..,,,,,,. .,.,,, ,,,.,,,,,,,,, . ,,,,,,,.,,, L ..,,,,..,,.. ,,..,., ,,,,,,,, ,.,,,,,, ,,,.,.,,,,,,, ,,., ,,,..,, ,,,,,, ,,,,,., ,,...., W! ,,,,, ,,,,,, ia ,,,,, , ,,,, ,,,,,, ,,,,,4,,,.,, ,,, ,,.,,, ,,,,,,,, ,,,,, . ,,, ,f , , , V4 ELIZABETH SAVAGE ETHERIDGE A nllyb u Basket-Ball, 1920-21: S. S. rian: Statistics: Advertising lSootlJ'1ll Team 1921 Ath 1920-21: Program Comrmtt ciety. Secretary and Treasurer of 4 c , Q 1. e I-low can "Lyla" be describ and so tactful is "Lyb" that call out a different response asked, and all would agree s an unusually bright intellect, and charming both in appea ality. S., 1921: Libra- Staff of Annual: '21: Sponsor for letic Association, e, Caliopean So- ed F S o adaptable each person would were his opinion he is possessed of gifted in VVI'1tll1g, rance and person- .XDELA1 DE DUNSTAN "Fats" Fats is one of our typical Seniors, using most of her time planning a way to keep from studying: laughing with the multitude and escaping the teachers 111 tight places. "Fats" IS always ready for a Joke. 17 G ,,,,,,,,,,,fw ,,,, ,N ,,,,,,,f,,,,,,l,cZ,57N ,,,,,,, ,, ,,,,...,.....,,,,,,, f,f1 M ,V ,W ,,,,,, , my ,,,,4ff.,,,,,q W fy U, X., ,,,,,,,,,,, .,,. y I ,,,, 7 ,WW W ,,,m,,,,,,,,m ' J ,A A' ,,,, I Z 'yfy fd ,,,,,, ,,,,,,..,,, ,,,,,, ..,,,, ,,,,,,,,, ,.,.,,.. ,,,,,,,,. , .,A, . ,,,, ,ff ff1A ZWHWUWAIIW If .,,,f., 7 .,,..,,,,, y ,,,,,, W ,,,,.,,,,..,, - .,..,,,,,,, 2 ,,,,..,.,,,, ..,,,,....,, W ,,,,,,. .,,,,,., ,,,,,.,, V ,,,,.,,,f,.., ,,,, .,,,,, ,,,,,, ,,,,,, f. M ,,,, ,,,, ....,, .Z ,,,, , ,,,, Z ,,,, . ,,,, Z ,,,,,,,,, , ,,,,,,,, ,,,,, . ..,,, ,Z ,,,,,, - 4 4 WZ Z JGHN SYDNEY EVANS , V A "Sir Sid" Y' S. S. S.g john Charles McNeil Literary So- ' .4 eiety, 1920-219 Statisticsg Basket-ball, 1921. ,nv f . , Sydney is a quiet, good-natured fellow with 0 a slow, easy-going manner. He does not have much to say, for he 1S naturally modest and M, reserved, until he is in class, then---. VVe - predict for you though, Sydney, a most bril- liant career. RUTH MYRTLE FITCHETTE "Ruth" Statistics. Ruth has made many friends who know her to be 21 sweet, kind and thoughtful girl. She is also very quiet. Indeed, we do not think we have ever heard of her being boisterous. 18 Q N . ,,,,,, V A ,W W My W ,.,,, L ,,,, 7 ,.,f V ,,., 7 ,,,,,, 0 ,V ,,,,fw,,fm,,,,,. 5 Z Z Z ,,,,, ,,A,,, ,,,,,,,., ,,,.,,,, ,,,..,,,,,, ,,,, ,,,,,,,,.,,, xii 7 Z Xfz ,,,,, ,,,,,.,,, .,,,,.,,.,.,,,,,,.,,,,, Z y ZW!-M.,. ,W ,,,..,, ,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,, ........,,.,, . .,.,,,,,,,. L ...,..,,,,,, ,,,7::f::::::L,f7 ,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,, .,,, .,,,,, ,,,,,,, ,,,..., ,,.,. ,,,.,,, ,,,, ,.,..,,,,, , , ,,,, ,,,,,,,, Z ,,,,, A .,,,.,, ,,.,,,,,,,,,, T H C' E :O gum 'H N:O U E Z Secretary Caliopean Literary Societyg Man- ager Scrub Basket-ball, 1921. On the most solemn occasion, Eunice's gig- gle can be heard oozing forth. She's a regular stimulant when you're in the dumps and a good booster of '2l. There is always room for more girls like Eunice, so here's to her. at I . NVILBUR GREGORY "Pike" NVilbur is one of those boys who attends strictly to his own affairsg in fact, so much so that we feel that some of us clon't know him as well as we ought. He gets good marks and is a good, steady student. That he may always be successful is our wish. 19 0 .. ,. Q1 H . ,,.,,,M,W,,,, ,,,, , V a ,,,,,,,f,, , , .,,,.,.,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,.,,,,,,, VWW., ,,,,,, V M ,.,,.A , ,,,,,,,, ywmy W ,,,., Q , ,,,, W ,.,, WM ,,,, 7 ,.,,,, W .W f ,i., , ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ZZ Z ,,,,,.,,,,,, ,,,, ,,,,,, N ,,,,,, ,,..,.. 1. Z ..,,,,.,, ..,,.. ff ffff 1 f" 7 l'f, 1. ,.,,,.,,,, f "f' 'ff' f , """' I 1111 , ' ,,,,,,,, hhmj .7 ..... ,,..... 7 .,.,...... W, .,.,. ,,,,,,.,.,,,. - ,..,.,,.,., L ,,,,..,.,.,, ,,,,.,..,.,, W ,,,,,,, 7 .,,,.,,, W ,,,,,.,. 7 ,..,,,,,,,,.. 7 ,.., ,,,.,. 4 .,..,, 9 ,,,,.,. ,..,,., X , ,.,,., . ,,,,,,,.,, Z ,,,,,, Z ,,,, W ,,,. .V M ,,,, Z ,,,, W ZW ,,,, ,,,, ,,,, ,,,,,,, Z .,,,,,, NVILLIAM HGUTZ 4 -. "BWV" John Lharles McNeil Literary Society, 1920- A ' 213 Athletic Association, 19213 Scrub Basket- ' 3' f- Hall Team, 19213 Historian. 1921: Debating l Jw' p Society, 1920-21. 1 . 'S .. W J , J .NN HAZEL HUGHES "Hazel" Hazel is a quiet girl. She is no great "mixer" but when she is a friend, one more staunch can not be found. She 'tends to her business only, and although very quiet, we can none of us 'forget that Hazel was a fellow classmate of 21. "Billy" is inclined to take a serious view of life and we hardly ever see him but that he is in apparent meditation. His intimate friends know of and appreciate his humor, which is combined with his power of clear thinking. Great things are expected of him, and let us predict that a brilliant future will be his. 56 20 Fa:ares-Ld-.asv::1.g?4?f?2iaaMf-f.,ff f,,. ,M ,,,,,, 5 .,,,-M ,,,-, ,,,,,, ,,,... f.-1f , ,,,, ,.., ,,,,,. Z 2 ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 4 1 A f A f ff , ,,,,, , ,,,,,,,, .,,,A,,,,.. ,,,, ,,.,,A,,,,,, a ffff" f M 5 ,.,.,,.,., ,,,,,. ..., ,,,,,, ,..,,!' ""' ""' ""' fflffff ,, Zn I -aww ,,.,. ,,,,,, ,,., - ,-- .,,.,,.,,,. L ,,,,,......, ,..7:::::::::,7 ,...,,, ,,,,,,,, ..,,,,,, ,.,,,,,,,,.., ..,, .,,,,. ,,,,... ,,,.... ,,.,,., 5 f .,., Z ,.,, . Z ,.,, M ,,,, - ,,,.,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,, , ,,,,,, Z ,,,,, , ,,,, .,,,,., I A 1 MARTHA ELIZABETH HATHANVAY "Sas" Assistant Editor SPOT-LIGHT: Member Cali- opean Literary Societyg Athletic Associationg Amusers' Basket-Hall Team: S. S. S.g Sta- tistics. The statistics show that "Sas" is the most attractive girl of '21, and indeed it seems that she attracts everybody she meets. lfirst it is her pretty hair and then-we just don't know what it is. And influence-she has no end of that. Vlfhatever may be the question to be decided, "Sas's" opinion always carries weight. 'eil ALMA HAYMAN Caliopean Society: Athletic Association: Amusers, 1921. Alma is one of our three Titian-haired spe- cials. Usually seen with a smile on her coun- tenance. She is a good friend to all who know her and they all treasure her friendship. Al- though she has never wearied herself espe- cially over lessons, she seems to get along as well as the rest of us-let's hope this good luck will continue. 21 ,M Wfff-fW,,,,.,,M.,m,,,f1f,,,,,fiaqgyfffffwf'ww-1wmffmfffwffw My mm, ,,,, ,M ,, U, ,,, ,,..,, My my ,WW ,, ,,,.1fw.NWf z:,4.v',?, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, M J A ' , ,,,,,,,, Q ,,,,,,,,,,, 'WJ ,,.,, ,,,..,,1? ,,.,, 2 gf it 1 ,i Z ,,,,,, ,.,,,.,,..,,,,.,, ,,,,, ,,,.,, ,,,,,,, Z """ '. 1 f M lllf whim! We ,,,, ,,,,,, ,,.,,.,,., ,,..,, ,,,,,,,... .,-..- ,,,,,., 1 ..,,.,,,,.,, ,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,, ,,,,.,., .,,,,,,, ,,,.,,,,,,,,, ..,, ,.,., ,,.,,. .,,.,., gfmmwj MILDRED HUGHES "lllild1'ed" EMILY E. IENNINGS ffE7IlV!J President of S. S. S.: Member of Athletic Assoeiationg Advertising Editor SPOT-LIGHT Staffg Vice-President Class of '21, "Beauty is only skin deepi' does not apply to Emily, for she is one of our natural-born leaders, and when others fear to speak, Em- ily's voice comes pealing forth. She's always present, whether it's a question of school in- terests or "rooting" at any kind of a game, and she's one of the best boosters of '21 we have. As a "housekeeper" she's a wonder and we know she'll have no trouble getting through this world. 'Caliopean Society, 19213 Girls' Athletic So- Clety, 1920-21g Statistics, 1921. A jolly, fun-loving and altogether likeable girl is Mildred. She likes fun but does not let it interfere with school. She is our "rep- resentative from Vogue," and a good one at that. In the near future we are sure she will he one of Cupid's fortunate victims. 22 Ns .1 N ,M m,,.,,W..MM,,,,,,,,,, ,,,, y,W7W,,,,,Q ,, ,,,,. - ..,,,,,,, A, ,,,,,,,,,, , N, ,,,, , ,, U., ,.,,,, ,,. ,,,., a ,,,, . , 0, ,,,, ,,,,, , I. ,,., V ,W AW If WWMMWW " f ,,ffff N A Z A ,,,,, ,.,.., ,,,,,,.,, ,,..,,,, ,,,,,,,,.,. ,.,, ff Z g , ,,,,. Z Z y ,..,,,, 7 ,,,..,.,,, . ,,,.,, ,,,,,,.,,,,,, - .,.,,,,.,,, . .,, ,.,,,.,, y ,,,,,.,.,.., ,,,.,,, ,,,,,,,, ,.,,,,,, ,,., ,,,,,,,, 7 .,,. .,,, , . .,,,,, ,f ,.,,,,, X 2 ,,,, ,,,, Z ,,,, . ,,,,,,,,, , Z ,,,,,,,,, , ,,,,,,,, ,,,, W ,,,, ,,,,,, ,,,.,,. Z .,,,,,, Q. if WZ Z DOROTHY PAYNE JONES . rr-Dotu Secretary Literary Association, 1918-19: Treasurer, 1918-19: Vice-President, 19205 Ath- letic Editor SPOT-LIGHTQ Manager Basket-Ball Team, 1920-213 Choral Society, 1920-21. Dot is an all-'round girl, interested in every form of school activity and taking part in most all of them. She is envied by many girls not only on account of her wonderful hair, but her power of entrancing the many young men that cross her path. Also "Dot" is cheerful, wide awake, and good-natured, thus making friends easily. For two years she has held the position as guard on our Basket-I3-all Team and helped win laurels for E. C. H. S. call' 'F CLAUDE VENUS JONES "Ven us" Athletic Association, 1918-19-20-21: Basket- Ball Team, 1918-19-20-213 Football Team. 1919-20: Baseball Team, 1919-20-21 3 Editor-in- Chief SPOT-LIGHT, 1921, Statistics: President Class of '19: President Athletic Association, 1921: D. D. D,, 1920-21. Behold! Our athlete and misogamist. Al- though Claude has always won many laurels. both in baseball and basket-ball, he's very modest about it and seems to be altogether out of the reach of the fair sex, despite the many efforts that have been put forth by them to captivate him. 23 ., 6, ,..,,,.,,,w,,,,,,W,.w-ff,fu-q,M,,f,1i,,WZ,57 ,,f,u, W, ,,,,,..........,,,,, ,,,, M My N7 ,,,,,, 7 W, ,,,.,,..,.,,,,, XWWXXWW U, l,,, ,.,,, , I, ,,,, W ,,f, W !X,,,,y,,,,,,7,y l,,,,m-.,,,,,. ,,,,,,, ,,,, ,,,,,, H ,,,,,.,.. ,,,...,. ,,,,, ,.,,,, ,,,,,,.,, .,,,,,,, ,,,, ,. Z , ,,,, .,.., 1 31 ,, X W llyl WWW! .7 ,.,,,, ,,,,,, y .,,.,...,. W ,,,,., ,,,,,.,,,,,,, , .,,.,..,.., L ..,,.,,,,,,. ,,,,,,.,,,,, 7 ...,.., 7 ,,,,,,,, V ,,,,,.,, ,,,,.,,,.,.,. 7 .,,. 7 ,.,,,, ,,,,,,, ,,,,,,, ,.,,,., Z ,,, ,,,. ',.. ,,,, ,,,, 4,.,,, ,,,, ,,,.,,,f,,,, ,,,., , ,,,,, ,,,, .,A,,,, Z ,,,,,,, A I A ROBERT DANIEL KRAMER A'l30bbic"' SA MUEL SELDEN LAM B .flgllvuzzn Statistics: President Class of '21g D. D. D.. 1920-211 Athletic Association, 1918-19-20-21 Basket-l3all, 1919-20-212 Vice-President Ath- letic Association, 1921, JXssistant Editor SPOT LIGHT. 1 Selden is not only our President, and a splendid one at that, hut he'S one of the mO5t popular lioys in the Class, on account of his wit, good humor, and hrilliance. Indeed, he has a most remarkable faculty of making the teachers think he's entirely innocent of any- thing that happens. President John Charles McNeil Literary So- ciety, 1920-21: S. S. S., 1921: Basket-Ball Team, 1920-213 Football Team, 1919: Business Manager SPOT-LIGHT, 1921, Athletic Associa- tion, 1918-19-20-21. Robert is one of the very nicest and most congenial boys in our class. 1-le is full of school spirit and has done much to push our class since we entered High School. He is the Business Manager of the Annual and has done as much to put it through as any other person concerned. Un account of his tact and Der- severance we know he will always he success- ful in whatever he may undertake. I "Nm V i 24 gf-v-Y::f-- 11u :,-: .N -,,, ,,11 , W ,,.,,. .. .1.. .,,, .... ,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,, , ,Q 1 4 X A, A ,,,,,, 4 .,,,,,.,, 4 ,,,,.,,. ,,,..,,,,,,, ,,,, ---f llllll it A.,... .,.,, ,,,...,. """"""""' y ,,,, """ Z Jw'-W V, ,,,,, .,,,,,, , ,,,,,,,,, .,,,,, ,...,.,.,,,, , . .,,,,,,,,,, L .,,...., ,.,, .,., . ,,...,,,,,,,, ..,, ,,,..,, ,,,,,, X ,,,, ,,,,,, ,,,,. , ,,,, Z ,,.,,, Z ,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,, Z ,,,,,,,,,, , ,,,,,,,, ,,,,, 0 ,.,,,,, ,,,.,,, I. GRAFTON LOVE "C11fvz'd" Editor-in-Chief School News, 19213 Chair- man Program Committee, Literary Society 1921: Debating Society, 1920-213 S. S. S., 1921. v A good reputation is a line thing to have. and Grafton has one, all right. He is known to the school and teachers as a serious-minded, industrious boy. His class record ranks with the highest in school. Also his quiet, pleasant disposition has caused him to be admired by all who know him. His literary merits were well shown as editor of our Sflzonl News and as one of the best debaters. ROBERT BROOKLYN LOVVRY tSpecialj "Kabbit"' Athletic Editor SPOT-LIGHT: Football Team, 1920-213 Baseball, 1919-20-213 Statistics. Ladies and gentlemen! Let's introduce "Rabbit," our most attractive representative of football and baseball. lt is worth one's while to watch a game with "Rabbit" playing. and thanks to him, E. C. H. S. has won many laurels in athletics. Your friends, the Class of '21, Robert, are expecting great things of you, so don't disappoint them. 25 g, ,,,, ,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,.,,,.,,,,,,,..,,,f,,f,,7,,w:?5Z,. ,,,,, , ,wwf ,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 1 ,,,, , 7 My ,,,,,,, U., A ,,,,,, , , ,,,,,,, , ,,,, f y 0, X., ,,,., Z, ,,,, V ,,,, , ,,,, V WW ., ,,,,fm,,,,.N,,,,, f ,,,,4, ww, ,I W ,f,.,,,,,,.,,.,,f,f 144 ' A A ,,,,,,,,, V ,,,.,,,, 4 ,,,,,,,,,.,, ,,., .,,.,,,.,,.. 3 E? ,ff ,,.,,. A,f ,,, f fA,1 " ffff"A"1""" . ,... Z Z lllr f'f'- --vf . W, ,,,V ,....,, ,,,,,,,,,, .,,,,, ,,,,,..,,,,,. . .,.,,,,,,,, L ,.,..,,..,,, ,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,, .,,,,,., ,.,,, ,.,,,,., ,,,, ..,, ,,,,,, ,,.,,,, ,,,.,,, f ,,ff-,VV - ,,,,, , A ,h,,,,,, ,.,. ,,,,,, ,,,, Z .,.,,, ,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,, Z ,,.,,,, , ,,,,,,,, ,,,, , ..,,,, ,,,.,,, ,,.,,, A WA 4 GRACE MILDRED NIXON fl' ' 1 llllldred ' Statistics 5 Caliopean Society. .. Theresa saying, "Rather be born lucky than f beautifil' but Mildred is twice blest for be 1 - ., A . . , V Y l sides being our 'Llass beauty,' she IS en- , dowed with one of the sweetest dispositions " one could have. uf ISA BELLE MEEKIN S "I 5.51 'ell Basket-Ball Team, 1920-21: Athletic Asso- ciation, 19213 Literary Society, 19213 Class Poet, 1921: Art Editor, l921. "Izzie" is truly the most original girl in our room and as for wit-well, she can make you laugh, even when you positively know you'll get a demerit for doing it. Her talents are many and she can do most anything well- draw, play, sing. And as for escaping the teachers, she has us all beat. "lzzie's" one of our all-'round girls. 26 ,,:, ,awww ,,5 A ,fy H ,,,, , W, ,NM Iffffll 0 W My ffff 9 ff'f 1 'fff v AW WM " ,,yy , ,,4, W7 ff ,,,, Afffii f1141"11Af , ,.i, filfff Z Z ,, , -A'- ""' W , , r , .., ,..,,,, W ,,,.,,,,,. , .,,,,, 7 ,,,,,,,...,,, - ..,,,.,,,,.,...,,,,.,,,, , ,,,,,,,,,,,, W ,,,,.,. 9 ,f,.,.., Q ,A,,,,,, 9 ,,,,,,,,,,,,, , ,,,, , ,.,,,, Q ,,,,,, , f f ,f ,,,, ,f f f if , if f f f f if af f f ,,,, , ,,,, Z ,,,,,,,,,, , , ,,,, ,,,,, , ,,,,,,,, ,,,, A ..,, , ..ff,f, WILLIAM JACKSON OVERMAN "Ham" Athletic Association, 1918-19-20-21. "Ham" is nothing less than the bright light of our physics class: in fact, all of his talents seem to run along scientific lines. When every one else in class is confused in mind and has no idea of the answer to the question, "Hamm comes forth with an answer that perplexes us the more, but nevertheless is quite correct. We have heard he has had a position offered him as wireless operator and we soon expect him to be in the front ranks. ANNIE PRITCI-IARD "A1mie" Annie is one of those ambitious girls who. regardless of weather and distance, generally hnds a way to get to school. Also by her dili- gznge she leaves an enviable record at E. C. 27 ,,,,,,,,,.,,,,,,,.,,,,W,,,,,,.f,1.W7,,,WZZ52N,,,,,,W,,,,,,.,.,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,W,.W XM ,,,,.,, my ',,,,..,,0,..,,y W, I W U, X., ,,,,,5 ,,,,, ,,,,,,, ,, ,,,ff4w,fw.m f , , , ,, , , ,o,o,, .....i , , , 11.. 2 2 """ 1 1, ...,,. ,,.,,.. ,,,.,,,,,, ,,,,,. ,,,...,,.,,,, . ,...,..,,,, L ,,,.,,,,,,,, ,,.,,,, ,,,.,,., ,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,.,.,,, ,,,, ,,,, i .,,,,, ,,,,.,, ,,,,,,, Z ', ,,,,.,, . ,.,, ,,,,,, .,,,Z , ,,,,. ,,,,,,,.,,,,,,,, ,.,,, , ,,,,,,,, ,,,, , ,,,,., ,,,,,,, ,,.,,,, A 4 4 Nfl' f SURLIE RICHARDSON "S1n'Iie" Member Caliopean Society. If we were all as conscientious in our work as Surlie, there would never be any cause for alarm. She is a good student and especially does she shine in Latin, and fortunately she is only too glad to impart her hard-earned knowledge to the rest of us. VVe are sure she will reap the reward for her toils in the future. CARROL PARKER f'N07'JZKl6.9f61',' Class Secretary, 19203 Athletic Association, 1919-20-213 Scrub Basket-Ball Team, 19213 Assistant Business Manager Annual, 1921. Those eyes! Indeed, we could write a whole book on this subject. They are an in- spiration to all the girls of our class. Carrol probably has a business career planned for the future, but he has missed his callingg he ought to be a lawyer, as he will even argue with himself if no one else is handy. 28 si: INN X X N N. XX my N N Q Lit :11:::: X N kk Rx . Z , .,,,, , .,,,,,, ., ,.. .,,........,,,W.,,,,,,?,,4.Z..,Q. ,,,,,,,, , , ,,,,,,...,,,,,,,,,,,,,,.,,,,,,, y W ,,,,,, W M ,,,,,, , , .,,,,., W , .,,,, , ,,., ,,,, W W ,,,, 7 ,,,,,, , W 5' J Z! Z Z ' ! Z! Z f ,,,...,,,, ,,,,..,.,,,.,. ,,.,, ,,.,., -ffff ,,.,,. ..., .ff """' Q """"' N 'A ,,,, f W ,,,, .,,,.,, ,,,. WMM! W' A .,,.. ,W ""?i'2 Q ,,,,, ,A m,,,,..t..,,,iffw,N, ,fff ffman ,,,,,,...,,..,,,,,... 50,024 ,,,,.,, ,. .. X X X ..,,.. , , ,,,,, . ,,,, , W., ,,,,,,,, g ,.,,,,.. , J CATHERINE SKINNER I . NCl1fl161'ilICU W C President Caliopean Society, 1921g Athletic Association, 1920-21: S. S. S., 19213 Captain Scrub Basket-Ball, 19213 Choral Society, 1920. She's little but-well, she's loud. She is one of E. C. H. S.'s most attractive little girls. As she passes she charms every one with her cheerful smiles and giggles. Catherine has made many friends who are enthusiastic in their praises of her unfailing good nature and geniality. Q Q' EDNA W. sToKELEY "Edna" Caliopean Literary Society. We always think of Edna as cheerful, con- tented and happy, radiating sunshine and good will in every place she happens to be. She in- spires us all by her brilliant smile and per- petual good humor. 29 ,MQ ,,,,,,.,, 5 Zag ,,,,,,,,,,, M ,,,,.,,..,..,,,,,,,,,f,.,,,,,, 9 X ,,,. ,,,,,, W W, ,- A ,,,,,, f, ,,,,,,, 7 Z ZWW WUW ,..., ,J ,.,, 7 ,.,, 7 M ,.,, 7 ,,,,,, V ,7 X ,,,,,.ffN..,m. ,,4 ,,,, Mn? , Z , ,,,,, ..,,.. ,,,.,,,,, ,,,,..,,r ,,,..,,. ' ,,f,,. ,f hm! Q .,..,., 7 ,....,.,.. .,.,,, ,,,...,.,,... , ,.,.,....,, L ,..,,,,,..,, ,,,,,,,,,,,, W ,,.,,,, 7 ,,..,,,, ,.,,,,,, ,,,,,.,,.,.., .,,, ..,,,, .,,. ,,,,,,, X ,,,, ...,,, ,,,, Z ,,,, M M ,,,,,.,,,, f,,, ,,,,,,,, Z ,,,,, , ,,,, .,,,,. .,..,,, .,,,,,, A 6 I ALICE VALERIA scoTT Hffaffyf Athletic Association, 1920-21: Glee Club. 19185 Choral Society, 192Og Scrub Basket-Ball Team, 1920: Statistics. "Fatty" is a jolly good sport and has one of those "happy-go-lucky" dispositions, which makes her very popular. She has never run her health down by studying' but has managed v to have that wonderful experienceg viz., being X a Seniorg We all like "Fatty" lots, and it wouldn't seem like school without her. CHARLES SEYFFERT "Clz0lIie" Athletic Association, 1918-19-20-213 Basket- Ball Team, 1919-20-21g john Charles McNeil Society, 19213 Football Team, 1919-20. "Chollie" could be characterized as a jolly good fellow among the boys and by the girls as one of the cutest boys of '21. Although not overfond of work, he manages to pass with the majority and seldom falls in the class of minority, much to his credit. We sincerely hope in the future Cupid will be kind to him. 30 .. ,,,, ,,,, ,,,,,,,, ,, ,, ,,,,,,,,.,,, , ,Milo ,,,,, H ,,,,u .,..,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,. , ,,,, ,,,,,,, my ,,,,., ,, ,,,,,,, , ,,,, U., H, , ,,,,, ,.,, , U., I ,,., , .,,,ff V -y X f Z. , f Z f ,,,,,, Z fl J Z A .,,,, ,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,.,, ,,,,,,, ,,,, Z Z Zffl i-Yffdfzffk ,,.,.. zu f,,,f-f if fflf "" , 4 ""' """"' """"""" 2 ,,,, If "" il 1 Ztfwh ,,,.,, ff "6'f E? ,i 15 EE 2? F' if fs 7 AM f .,,. ffffff, 7 ,,,,,,,,,. W ,,,,,, W ,,,,,,.,.,, ,,. ,,,.,,,,,,. L ....,.,,,,,, .,,,,,,, ,,,, f 7 ,,,,,, , 7,,,,,,,,Z'.,...,..1y .,..,,,. , ,.., ,,,, ,,.,, 4 f,V,,,,,,g:,W3 X 4 ,, , ,,,, ,,,, ,,,,, ,,,, ,,, ,,,,,, ,, , , ,, ,,, , ,,, ,, ,,,, EVA SAVVYER I PY! Caliopean Literary Societyg Caliopean Bas- ket-Ball Team. Eva is one of the girls in our room who really studies. We feel sure that in whatever she may undertake she will succeed. She doesn't waste her time on silly chatter, but at the appropriate time gives the desired in- formation. A LELIA GERTRUDE SAM PLE rrC0 odyn Since she is so quiet and modest we have not been able to learn as much about Gertrude as we'd like. She is a girl of great sincerity and very pleasing ways, and she is regarded by all as a friend greatly to be desired. We wish her success and happiness in after years. 31 V.,,..,,,pWfmfmm,w,mw f,,, 1 fryffzqfggggffffffffwfffrr-ww-wwf 111fff'ff 7 W fffyfwfy ,W A ,,,,,. f 1, ,,,,,. V my l 17 HW mu, ,,,., W ,,,. y ffff 7 I,i,,V,,,,,,W W l,,,,ffff,,Z7,,,,,.. ' Z Z W Z Z Zig ' ,,,,. ffm , Z . ',,' ,..,, .,.,,. ,,,,,,,,, .,.,,,,, ,,,.,.,,,, X llf. , .,A, if ""' I7-T .,... .,,., V ,,,,.,..,, y ,..,,, W ,,,....,,,,,, - ,,,...,..,, L ..,,,,,,,,,, ,..,,,,,,,,, W ,,,.,,, ,,.,,., .,,.,., fy ,.,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,, ...., ,,.., WW f jfilimw ,,f1-.,., -. ,,,, 1 W, ,.,,, ,,.. ,,,,,, ,,Z,,,,,, ,,., W,,,Z,.,. ,u ,.,,,,,,,,f,, ,UZ ,,,. ,, ,, ,,,, ,,,,,,, MZ , ,,,, W ,, ,,Z,,,,ZWZ,g,,,..Q,. ...,,, 4 A A A RUTH HER BERT NVHITE "Ruthie" .Xthletie .XSSOClZltl01'1, 1921: Advertising Staff SPo'r-L1GHT: Statistiesg Triple Alhance, 1921. It is often hard to say positively just where some people stand in our estimation and hearts, but there's absolutely no doubt in our minds concerning Ruth. VVe love her. lNe just c:1n't help it. Every one of us who knows her is very proud of her friendship and we're just an little sorry for those who do not enjoy the same privilege. ANNIE WHITE "A 1111 ic" This quiet, dignihed young lady has thoughts all her own which occasionally we have a glimpse of in our class. Her sweet, kind manner is appealing, and those who do not know her, miss a great deal. 32 1 Zffww Wfffmf,-wm,,,,,,, lfff, 1 f,Z,,,,ffi?,Z2,f ,,,,,,,, , , ,,,,..,.,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,. v ju, ,,,,,, 7 U., A ,,,,,, 1, ,,,,,,, 7 X X ,,,, Q ,,f, W ,,,, ,,,,,, 7 M,,y,,w,,,,,,,,,,., ' ZW l.,,, , ,, ,, , ,,,,,,,,, ,,ff f dffifl' ,I ' ,,,,,,,,,.,,,,.,,, .,., , , ,,,, ,,, ,,,. ,,,, ,,, Z f ,,,,, ylhl , f ff W X Mmhawaf .7 ,,,.., ,,,,,, ,,,, .,,.., W ,.,,,..,,.,, . .. .,.,,,.,,,,,,,.,,.,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,., ,,.,,,, .,,,,,,, ,.,,,,,, 17 .,,,,,,,,,,,, W .,,, W ,,,,.. ,,,,,, ,,,,,,, W 'f ,,,,, . .,., ,,,,,, ,,,. , ,,,, ,,,,,, .,., ,,,,,,,,,, , , ,,,, Z ,,,,,, , , ,,,, ,,,,,,,, ,,,, 0 ,,,, ,,,,,, ,,.,,,, Z ,..,.,, f Z WZ Z NORMAN L. STACK "N0r111a1z" Norman is the only business student of '21, so we seldom see him. At these intervals, though, his words are few and far between, but so mueh the better when they do come. It is fortunate for us to have him, for we need these quiet, steady people to balance the more gay and foolish ones. , Eff it CLAUDE DUKE XVA RD "C'1a1idU" Vice-President McNeil Literary Society. .Ns far baek as one remembers, Claude has always come forth with l00's, or something near, for this reason he has always been in the front row and a prominent member of our class. VVith the amount of knowledge he has acquired at E. C. H. S. there is no doubt as to his future. 33 ,,,,, N ,,,,,,,, , ,,,. ,,,. - ,W ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,.,,,, ,,.,,,,,, ,,..,, I ,,,, Z ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,.,,,,,, If 1 Z A! X ffl f ,,,,, ,,,,,, ,,,.,.,,. ,,,,,.,, ,,,,,,,..,, ,,,, f-ff I,r'A, jf- ,,,,, ,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,, Z ZW! W.. .7 A...,. .,.,,,, ,..,.,,,., ,,,,,, ,.,,,,,,,,,,, . ...,,,,,,,. 3 ...,,,,,,.,. ,,,,,., ,,.,,,, ,,,,,,,, ,,,.,,,,,,,,. ..,, .,,.,. ,,,,,. ,,,,,,, ,.,..,, WZ ,,, ,,,,,, ,,,, .,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,, , ,,,,,, , ,,,, ,,,,,, ,,,,,,, ,.,,,,A I A A 4 M A RCA RET HA RRELL CSpecialJ "M'argarct" DOROTHY PAGE ZOELLER "Dot" Athletic Associationg Basket-Ball Team, 19211 Caliopean Literary Societyg Statisticsg S. S. S., 1919-20-21. This bright and cheerful lady is one of the most optimistic members of our Class. Through thick and thin, even after a Hunk, "Dot" comes up smiling. She's a "queen bee" when it comes to dancing, too. She is our "Sweet Girl Graduate," impress- ing all of us by her attractive, Winsome ways and sunny smile. Margaret represents us in the Choral Society, and very proud are we of her, too. . N ,,,,,,, 0 y ,,f,,,..,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,. ,,,,,, ,,,,., 1, ,,,,,.. ,,,, Z Vlll lllfll ,,,,, f .,,,. .,,,. ,..,.,,,, ,,,,,,,, Z 4 ffi ,mainilvi 2?? ..,,,, ry ,,..,,. 0 ,.,,,.,,. 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Q 1 aff iiiiu if III r fi- , nt? llllufi 35 ,M ,,,,,,,., W ,,,,,, - ,W ,,,,,,,,, , ,,,,,,,,, . , ,,,,,A,,,., - ,.,,,,, M ,,,,.A,. , . ,,,,,,, A ,.,,,, , ,,.,,,,, , ,,,, . , ,,,,,4 J , ,,,, , ,,,, , A ,,,, , ,,,, ,, W f ,,, , I 7 Y WV ,,,,,,,,.,,,,.,,,, ,,,,, ,,,,,, ,,,,.,,,, ,,.,,,,, ,,,.,f, ,ffff W ,.,,.,,,,, f ff ,,,,.. Z ,.,w,, ,,,, yW,.,4. A X Q 7 ' "" ' """""' L ""f"f' my ff-9 ffff'fffffff ,,.,.,, .,,.,,,. ,,,,,,,. W ,,.,,,,,,,,,, W ,.,, V ,,,,., ,,,,,, 5' .,..,.. X M ,,.,, ,,,,,, ,,,, , ,,,, Z ,,.,,. ,,,,,,,,,, , ,,,,,, , ,,,,,,,, ,,,, A ,,,,,, Z ,.,.,,, if 4 WM 4 Class History Q51 N September 17, 1917, the doors of Elizabeth City High School opened to one hundred and twenty-four Freshmen. gym Vlfe were promptly taken in hand, and escorted to the pump I by the Sophomores, where we were given a free shampoo- ffgm ' Xe rw minus the soap. But we took this initiation in good humor, Mui' realizing that it would not be long before we would "give instead of receivef, Wfhen we again entered the High School, after an all too short vacation, we found we had materially decreased in numbers, so that in our second year at High School we numbered only eighty-three pupils. Wfe were now Soph- omores, or "XVise Fools," as the name implies. After a long nine months of work and a short three months of play, we came back to take up our studies, as-juniors, and at this time we found only forty-one students. The next year we entered the school as Seniors. Gui' class is forty-four strong: the largest Senior Class our school has ever had! And every one of 23 b us is determined to graduate. During these four long years of high school we have been very fortunate in having a fine corps of teachers. They have done much to help us and we realize that it was only their unselfish and persistent help that has brought us safely to our goal. Toward the middle of our Senior year we bought our Class rings-very attractive 1OK. gold rings. These have the name of our school and our class year, '21, stamped upon them. Qne of the greatest achievements of our class is the publishing of this yXnnual. This is the first Annual ever gotten up in our school. Wfe hope it will be such a success that the next year Seniors. profiting by our mistakes, will put out one as good or better than this. This Annual has entailed a good deal of hard work, but we will be well satisfied if it fulfills our expectations. 36 -,w,.,ff.mfw..,,,,,,,,1,,,0lf, 5Tw,Ww,w,,....,,.. ,,,, f ,mu fff, ff, ,if ,,,,, V ,N f,,.,,,v f,,,,,, y ,,,, f y w fm ff-f. 5 fffff ffff y A ffff Wwffyfy dwffhwfffff ' .... . iaii ? ...,,..,,..,,.,,,, ..,., ,,,.., ,,.,,,,,, ,,,,,,. f'fa ,,,., , ,,f """' 1 W ZWIWWAIM4! 41 W .,,...., Z ,f,.... 7 ,,.,.,,,,, ,,,.., ,.,...,,,..,, ,, ,,,,,,,..., 1 ,,,...,,,,,, .,.,,,,,,f,. 17 ,,...,, W ,,,,,.,, .,,,...,, ..,,,,...,... ,...,, ,,..,. ,...... 5 Qffumlj ,,,,,., .. ,,,,,,., ,,,,,,, ,,,, , ,,,, Z ,.f,,, ,.f, ,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,, ,,f,,,,,,,, ,,,,.,,, ,,,,, , ,,,, ,,,,,, ,.,,,,, ,,..,,, At the time this annual goes to press we will not have decided upon the name of our Senior play. But it is an assured fact that we will have one- and a good one at that, for we have much line material available. Another notable happening of this year is the growth of school spirit. This little germ is with us and is growing fast. In years gone by, there had been a deplorable lack of this essential spirit, but it is hoped that it has come to stay and will gradually expand until the whole school atmosphere is per- meated with it. Many members of our class are actively engaged in the Literary Soci- eties and the two Athletic Associations. Some of the highest olhcers of these organizations belong to the Class of ,2l. School Nc'tc'.sj, a small newspaper published weekly in the X'llf'Z'U1'ZC'C', is also directed by the Senior Class. By the way, we are rather proud of our big class numeral up on the big dome of the High School building. It has been said that our class number has been on the dome longer than any other numeral, it hrst appearing when we were Freshmen. The athletic record of our class is not one to be ashamed of. Vlfe have furnished much material during our sojourn in High School. Qur class con- tains some of the best all-around athletes in the High School. VVe have also actively participated in the Annual Triangular Debates. These debates are State-wide. The schools from which both teams are vic- torious are entitled to send their debaters to Chapel Hill. There the teams are pitted against other victorious teams until they are eliminated or eventu- ally win the State "Aycock Memorial Cup." XVe have had one debater from our class to go to Chapel Hill. So as we pass from High School to business life or college we shall remember the many happy days we spent at "Betsey High." And as the time draws nigh when we must leave our old High School we feel a pang of sorrow that we will never forget. But in later life when we look back upon our happy school days we will ever think of the dear old Class of '21, 37 :'? W'M'n""" ":' 1 v "11 A "'A 'AA"' I "'A" ' "'1"A """ Q 'fffffl 'A"A"' ,, A, 2 4A f ,ffl A1fff f,ff ,,,,, ,,,,,,,W, ,,,, ,,,, .,,,,,,,,,, ,,,, 7 ff Z ,,,,,.,. ,,,,..,,,. . ,,,,, ""' ,,,,, "ff" X f 'A'A ""' f X fl f ,7 ,.,.,, ,,,,,,. 7 ,,,..,,,,. 7 ,,..,, ,,,,,,,.,,,, ,.,, ,,,,,,,,,, 2 ,.,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,, WN ,,,,, ,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,.,.,,,, ,.., ,,,.,, 4 ,,,,,,, ,,,, ,,,, ,,.,,, ,,,,,, , ,,,,, ,,,, ,,,,, , ,,,,, , A 4 A Sveniur Glass Liiuem ALMA MATER Alma Mater, Alma Mater, We have loved thee till the lastg Still we trudge the road to learning With fond memories of the past. Alma Mater, Alma Mater, May we feel both pride and joy When we meditate on days gone by W'hieh were then to us a toy. Alma Mater, Alma Mater, Days may come and days may go, The future comes in mysterious humming, VVhile Alma Mater whispered low. So here's to our Alma Mater, For our time is nearly done, W'ith cheers that forever will haunt the breeze By the Class of '21, ISABELL MEEICINS, Poet, '2l. 38 ,,.,..wm.,M,,,,7,g7.,g:1,,,,,,,,,,,m...,,.,,,,.,,WW, W ,,,,, ,, ,W 4,,,,.,,, ,,,.,, V W fy ,ffl fffff 4 ,fffffv my ,"'Ny"""W'7 , f 2 ' X W ,,,,, X f 'yfy W ,,... ff'ff ff"" 'f'f""' """" i f f 5,,f'2 ,,,,,,,,, """""' """' g 7533 zz 2225, ..,f ,sf Z Z 4 ., ,,., ,f A"1 """' Z Z,W,,,,,.2M,,.,f .V 4.,,,, ,,,,., .,,,,,,.,, W ,,,,,, y ...W .,,,,,,,,,,,. . ,,.,,,,,,,. L .,,,,.,,,,,, ,,,,,.,,,,,, 7 ,,,,,,, 7 ,,,,,,,, 7 ,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,.,, ,,,, ....., ,,.,,, ,,.,.,, if ,,,,.,. X ....m ,,,, ,,,,, , ...,Z . ,,,,, .,,, W ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,, . ,,,.,,,, ,,,, , ,.,A,,, ,,,,.,. A I J Class Prophecy vpqmimjqw, ISHING in vain had been my hobby all of my life, but as all things take a change once in a lifetime, so one of my wishes W '-o w-T f 'I fa . . J fx had at last come true. lhmgs always come to me in a pecu- ' is I it liar way and this wish was no exception. " It was on May 31, 1931, as I was standing idly on the steel suspension bridge which now connects lLhzabeth City with the great shipbuilding plant, Goat Island, that I saw a most extraordi- nary-looking cloud. It wavered into a '21, tinted in gold and purple. As I stood gazing at this queer cloud a vivid recollection came over me of the Senior Class of 'Zl. Then I wished, just as I had done before, that I could see each one of my Senior classmates just to find out what they had become. The cloud gradually formed into a seal and I was upon it, riding, just as Qld Mother Goose had done. I was to see my classmates as they were to-day: to see with what use they had used the diplomas given them ten years ago. The cloud carried me on until I had lost sight of Elizabeth City. VVere none of my classmates there? But I was not to be disappointed, for about Five miles out from the city Annie Pritchard was living. She was Matron of a home for homeless cats. and was without a man. b Wfe passed a lot of farmhouses near the city that day, but none held Gertrude Sample, for the next day as we were passing over Asbury Park, N. J., I spied her. She was spending her vacation there after playing for a winter at the Century Theatre, New York, as one of the greatest emotional actresses known. "All off for New York," I yelled as we hovered over New York to see what we could see. There was a big commotion at the little church around the corner, so we went nearer the earth to see what it was. Dorothy Zoeller, who had been teaching Latin at Central High, was being wedded to an Eng- lish nobleman. 39 .,,,,,,, , ,......,...... . ,.,,,,, ,,,, . , 1... ,,,,,, ,MZ Z ' ,illr ',,"V,, I ,,,., ,,,,,, ,.,,..,,, .,,,,,,, ,,,., , ,. f"'f" """"' f V hw! . .7 ,.,,,, ,,...,, 7 ..,,,,.,,, ....,, ,,.,.,,,,.... - ,,,,,,,,,,, 3 ,,,,,.,.,,,, ,,.,,,,.,.,, ,,.,.,, ,.,,,.,, ,.,,.,, .7 ,,,.,. - ,,,, .,,, ..,,,, ..,..,. Z ,,,,,.,, ..,,, . ,,,,,, .,,,Z ,,,,., Z ,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,, . ,,,,,, ,,,,,,,, ,,,, , ,.,,,, ,,,,,, ,,,,. A . Azz A Elizabeth Hathaway was found in the Bohemian Village with the same old stuff: boxed hair, smock, and sandals. She was the optician of the village with a very clever shop. Fifth Avenue was bowing to a new member, for in one of those brown- stone-front houses Ruth XVhite was living, married to De Swelle. a young American millionaire, and now nothing was out of Ruth's reach. In the Portsmouth Naval Hospital there was a serious operation in pro- gressg the skilled use of the knife wielded by Dr. T. Carrol Parker, U. S. N., renewed life for that poor fellow on the table. The monotony in the air was awful when we could find no one, and it had been two days since we had seen Carrolg but finally a strong wind came up and carried us over Chicago, where we found Grafton Love president of the "Love Meat-Packing Company." a company which now rivaled Armour's. Un the VVest Coast at Los Angeles, Ruth Fitchett. the quietest girl in the Senior Class, was posing before Mack Sennet's camera as one of the leading bathing beauties. Bump! An accident had happened. An aeroplane had collided with us. XVhen the aviator begged our pardon it was none other than Robert Lowry. who always did have high notions. He was a famous Ace at Langley Field. He told me he only knew of one of our classmates. Adelaide Dunstan was teaching vocal at "Girls College," but would only finish the term out as he and she had closed a little contract. In southern California there was a beautiful place looking as though recently built and it was named "Monte-Pokaf' lt was a famous gambling place managed by the notorious Charles Seyffert and the well-known tobacco planter, Selden Lamb. The latter was married to his cousin, Elizabeth lither- idge, who was the alluring bait of that famous island. Nothing doing until we reached New Orleans. There they were cele- brating the Mardi-Gras. Leading the enormous parade were Valeria Scott and lsabelle Meekins, world-famed comedians, who were at New Orleans on their way to Russia to make the Bolshevik rulers laugh. .Xt Salt Lake City limily .lennings was conducting a matrimonial agency and was doing a very successful business, due to her vamping capacity. Marie Cooper was at Reno staying there for six months in order to get a divorce from Rev. Norman Stack, a well-known Southern minister, whom she 40 gm ,,wffW,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,., , ,,,,,,,,i,,,m5WZN ,,,,, , W., ,,,.., M ,.,,,,,,,,,,., , , ,,,, W ,,,,, W ,,,,,, W ,,,,,,, W fff'f 5,1 "ff "" "" """ 2 , ,,,,,,,,,,,,, 5? Z Z Z Z Z ZZ Z ,,,,, A,,,,,,,,,, ,,,, ,,,,,,,,, ffylffl f , A.f1ff, 'f ff'l'A " "" . ,,, ffffff Z 7 ? ,,,.,,, V ,X "" ,fy E ZIWIMV 0110! .7 ,,,.-, 7 ,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,.. ,.,,,.,.....,,,,,.,,,,,,,, Z ..,,,,,,,,. ,.,.,..,,,., 67 ,,,,,,, ,,,.,,.. 9 f,,,,.,, 7 ,,,,.,,,,,,,. 7 ,,,, 7 ..,..,, 9 ,,,,., 7 ,,.f.., 4 I ff if ff-f- .,,, ,,,,,, ,,,,, ,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 57 ,,,,,,,,f, , ,,,,,,,, ,,,,, , ,,,, ,,,,,, ,,,,,, ,,,,,., 14, ,.,, ,,,, ., ,,,,, Z WW Z had just learned was too quiet for a little vamp like her. She was going to join Lizzie Vlfood in Barnum and Baileys Circus as Oriental dancer. Away over in the wilds of Colorado Sydney Evans was bossing a crowd of men who were surveying and making bridges and trestles for the Grand Canyon Railroad Line. He had well taken advantage of his civil engineer- ing course. Eva Sawyer was a Salvation Lass. but she had been promoted from tambourine beater to secretary to Evangeline Booth. It was in Ohio that l saw two girls going into a country opera house. They were Goldie Baker and Surlie Richardson, who were giving lectures on "Books that Demoralize Young Girls" in behalf of the "Society of Moraliz- ing Books," of which they were leaders: "Tempest and Sunshine" being their sworn enemy. At Richmond, Va., Claud Ward was pastor of one of the largest Bap- tist churches in the South, and was truly a leader of his Hock. He preached the new scandal way which surely made a hit. Rochester Clark and Williaiii Oyerman were located in VVashington. D. C., both Filling the positions of national radio inspectors, which only cap- able men could handle. Rochester was married but Ham was still a single man. Over Philadelphia I strained my eyes to hnd out what a very stylish sign outside of a very stylish shop had on it: satisfaction came as l read: "Mlle. Dorothia Jonnes Modeste Shop." Then Dot Jones made her entrance into this little shop, dressed with her usual taste, which had made her place one of society's rendezvous. In Baltimore, Eunice Goodwin was a tonsorial artist. A man continued going into her place from time to time, but he was her husband, helping her to wind up the shop's ahfairs, so they could stay more in their little bungalow with their little-poodle dog. Annie Vlfhite and Hazel Hughes had line little adjoining apartments at Ocean View. Both girls had husbands to protect them, but Annie had some- thing else: it was playing on the rloor with its dad and was a very line one. Annie's husband was a lawyer and Hazel's a druggist, both doing well. One of Nortolk's best and youngest lawyers was St. Clair Bailey: and now he had pleaded and won a superb case, for it was with Mildred Nixon's 41 ,...,.,..,,.,....W,,.. ,,,, . ,,,,,,,h , ,,,,,. - ,,,,,,,,,,,, V W ,,,,,, W M ,,,,.,, W M,..W.,..W A . A , ....,. A,,,AA ,,,,,.., A ,, , ,,,,, ,,, ,.,,, ,,,,W.,, Z Z wwf "" ""' ' M Zwwhhmf ,....., .,,,.,.,,, ,..,.. ,,...,,,,,.., - .,.,.,.,.,, L ...,,,,,,.., ..,,.,,,,.., ,,,,, ,,,,,..,. ,,,,,,,. ,,,,,,,.,,,,. ,,.. ..,,., ..,..,, .,.,,.. gf ,,,,,,, X ..., ,,,,,, ,.,, Z .,,,,, Z ,,,, W ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, .,,,,,,,,,,, W Z ,,,,,,,,, ,,,, , ,,,,,,, Z ,,..,,, A A A father, who had moved to Norfolk. He didn't specially wish his daughter to settle down so soon, and she was also doing well as a beauty specialist. But St. Clair and Mildred were on their honeymoon the next week. Conrad Bailey was not to be outdone by his brother in the business line, for at Newbern, N. C., he was doing a Hourishing business as an undertaker. He was one of the bachelors of the Class since he had found out that he could not combine business with pleasure Ccourtingl. Upon the stormy seas sailed Skipper Billy Houtz, as salty as the seas, and who could handle with the greatest ease the roughest crew that had ever been on a schooner like the Nancy Hall, which plied between the IVest Indies and the United States. Alma Hayman was going through the daily routine of a woman married to a poet. She was living at Raleigh, N. C., while her husband found food for the four by putting his genius into poetry for the News and Ob.s'erwr. The next day the wind blew harder and it had come the turn for my cloud to rain. I fell in Elizabeth City, right in a bunch of women who were talking politics. I was going to make a hasty get-away when the woman speaking grabbed me, demanding me to Vote for her. She was Katherine Skinner, running for the oflice of Mayor of the town. I was informed that she had recently sold out her Ulfemale Pool and Poker Parlors" to enter into politics. Then I asked her about the remaining classmen of '21, and she told me that Mildred Hughes was teaching classical dancing in Italy and would soon be married. Edna Stokley was also in Elizabeth City, doing a successful "hair-kink- ing" business. She was a natural born hair dresser and always had fine taste. which made the Stokely Hair-dressing Establishment a necessity to the city's fair sex. And I had passed Elizabeth City by before, not finding a classmate there. only because I hadn't looked intently enough. Katherine told me that VVilbur Gregory was on the fair road to success. having discovered a nonalcoholic substitute for the original Kentucky rye. He had been in NVashington, D. C., having things fixed up before he put it on the market. 42 :JA ..-.-Q-:,,1a,,f.iZgiizzfffaiabafr1-A ff,---sa., ,,,...... - .....,-.1 - if -111 a ....,. W,,,,,.,,.,, ,,:, AA----.14LLL,,. ., W, ,,,, ,?,,,,, --A11.f M im .,.,..,..,... .. 717001, ,,,, W ,,,. W KWH? f,., . 5 ' Z Z ,,,,,,,,. ,,,, ,,,,,, ,,,.,,, Z 'Z 3.21 ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,., 02,1 , X , M ,,.,,, .,,,,,,,, ,....,,, jf. .,.,, - ,,,,,,.,. A,,,,.,,,,,,. Z Z fm.. .W ,,.,, g 713 .,,,, ,,.,..,, ,,.,., ,,,,,,,,...,, M ...,.,,,,,, L ,,,,,.,,,,,, ,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,, 2 .,,,,, - ,,., ,,., ,..,,, .,.,.. ,.,,.,, ,..,,,, W ., .,,,Z ,,,, W ,,,,.,,,,, , , ,,,.Z ..,,, ,,,,,,,, ,,,, , ,,,,,, .,,,.,, Z ..,,,,, I Wffff, ,,,, f Z Z Wlieii I was told that Claude Jones, having lost Mildred Nixon, had taken the appointment as ambassador to Turkey, I could picture him in the Sultan's harem with all the Sultanas calling him "bright eyes." Henry Crawley had gone to Portland, Me., to go in training, in order to be in good shape for the Marathon races to be held at Antwerp. He had left his practice of law to become a professional runner. The old town was proud of Robert Kramer, for he had recently "archi- tured" one of the handsomest buildings in the U. S., a government building at VVashington, and a bungalow for two, the last, to be sure, had interested him the more. Margaret Chesson had specialized in French and was preparing to go to France to be an English teacher in a French school. They say she had done this because she was disappointed in Love. Then my vision faded away. I was in a hospital and Superintendent Margaret Harrell was standing over me. She told me I had been knocked over the head by a foot-pad while I was standing on the bridge. The blow had sent me into pleasant dreams indeed, a dream showing me what a great thing Fate really was. 43 Nh iff., ,,,,,,,,, , ,, .,,,,.,,, ,,,.,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,, y , W ,,,,,,, U., A ,,,,,. 0, ,,,,,, , ,,,, ,, IH, ,,,,, , ,,,, , ,,,, , A ,,,, ywuyfy ,,,,,,ro,,,fM.. f Z W ,A,.,, . .,,,,,,,. ff"f'f"'ffff ff'f A""' ""A' Z 'AA' ,.,..,,,A, f A"' """' r 1: illvllllllkmflrgf .,...,, .,,,.,,,,, .,,,,, ,,,.,.,,...., - .,,,,,.,,,, Z ,,,.,,., ,,.,.,,,,,,, V ,.,..,. fy .,,,,,,.. ,,.,,,,, ...,,,,,.,,., ,,,, ,,,,,, fwai ,,.,,, ,.,,,.. if., ,.., ,.,,,,,, , ,,,,,,,, ,,.,, ,,,,,, Z ,.,., 2 ,,., M ,..,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,, 0 ,..,,,,,, ,,,, . .,,,,,. .,,,,,, 4 , 4 4 Last Will and Testament of Senior Class 1921 We the Class of 1921, being of sound mind, do this day, Monday, Feb- ruary 28. year of 1921. will and bequeath to future Senior classes of liliza- beth City High School the following legacies: Carrol Parker-Sweeping eyelashes to Dorothy Chappel. Henry Crawley-lilirtatious ways to Roscoe Smith. Billy Houtz-Size to Leslie Sherlock. Conrad Bailey-Sarcasm to John lVIcMullan. lirank Dawson-Venus-like figure to Virginia Hufty. Claude Jones-Bright eyes to Grice McMullan. Robert Lowry-Skill for athletics to lirnest lVillia1ns. Wfilbur Gregory-Short trousers to Bradley Forbes. Selden Lamb-Nothing to nobody. Grafton Love-Common sense to XVilburne Harrell. Claude lVard-Knowledge to .Xnnie Byrum. XVillian1 Overman-lfeet to hlaines Hathaway. Sidney lfvans-Good judgment to Larry Skinner. Robert Kramer-Long hair to Lycurgus Twiford. Norman Stack-Broad grin to Naomi Aydlett. Charles Seylfert-Innocent appearance in the eyes of teachers to liarl Sutton. St. Clair Bailey-Love for Elizabeth Etheridge to llfarren blennette. Surlie Richarclson-Tortoise shells to Lorraine Sawyer. Iiniily Jennings-'llemper to Evelyn Sykes. Ruth XVhite-Love to Stewart Wfood. Valeria Scott-VVinning ways to Haywood Duke. Goldie llaker-Height to Louise Davenport. Iilizabeth Hathaway-Red hair to .Xvery Jones. 44 ,,,,,,,,f,,,..,,,,,,,,7Q:b ,lrfl Z W,,,,,0,,,,, ,,,,,.,,, ,,,,,,,, , W ,,,,, , N, ,,, ,,,, W, 4 ,,,,., 1 , ,,,,, , M ,W XWWWUW my '1'ff 4 ,y fflf y ffff y M ffff W fffff' 7 W fr f Z , , ,,,, , , ,, , , , ,,.,,,,,.,,,.,,,,, ,.,,, ,.,,,, ,,,,.,,,, ,.,,,,,. Z I!! ,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,, ,,,,, .. ., ...i,,,, g ,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,. ,,,,,, ,,,., ,,,,,,, - A,,,,..,,,A . ..,,,,,,, . ,,,,,,,,,... ,,,,,,, ,,A,,,,,. ,,.,,A,. ,.,,AA,,,f,,, ,.,, ,, ,,, ,,..,,, 7 ,.,.,,, . A .,,5 ,z 7M W Elizabeth Etheridge-Large eyes to the one that needs them most in Junior room. Dorothy Zoeller-Vamping power to Mattie Spence. Eunice Goodwin-Chin to Wallace Ellis. Isabel Meekins-Love to Clyde Gregson. Eva Sawyer-"Specks" to joy Sykes. Mildred Nixon-Beauty to Leona Lewis. Annie Wliite-Eiiiger nails to Katherine Coolce. Annie Pritchard-Piety to Augusta Sample. Mildred Hughes-Style to Mabel Chappel. Marie Cooper-Inquisitive manner to Annie Belle Abbot. Alma Hayman-VVavy hair to Mary M. Gilbert. Katherine Skinner-Pug nose to Gilbert Hall. Dorothy Jones-Bewitching smile to James Pritchard. Edna Stokely-Dimples to Eva. McMullan. Ruth Fitchette-Modest Ways to Billy Pritchard. Gertrude Sample-SuperHuous Hesh to Eva VValston. Hazel Hughes-Spasmodic fits to Henrietta Clark. Adelaide Dunstan-Spit curl to Lillie M. Smith. Margaret Chesson-Hours of Study to George Godfrey. Margaret Harrell-Ereckles to David Fearing. Elizabeth VVood-All the wit in her tiny bones to Jule Modlin. To this Will we fix our seal and signature this day Clfebruary 28, 1921 j. CSignedJ DoRoTHY JONES. lVz't1zcsses.' CLAUDE JONES. T. CARROL PARKER. EMILY JENNINGS. 45 I ,,,,, ,,, ,,,.W,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,, W ,f,, f,,,, , ,W,,,.,,.w.., ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,., ,,..., W .,,,,,, ,,,,, , ..,,, .,,..,,,. ,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,.,,, ,,.,.,,,, ,,,,,,,, Z ""' W .,,,,VV, ,,..,,, ,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,. ..,.,....,,,, - ...,,...,,, L ..,,..,., M ..,.,,. ,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,, .,,,,,,,,,,,, ,... ,,,., ,,,.,, ,.,,.,, ,,,,,,. Z ..,,,,,, ..,, ,,,,. - ,,,,,,,.,, Z .,.,,, Z ,,,,,,, - ,,,,,,, ,,.,,,,,,,,, W ,,,,,,,, Z ,,,,, , ,,,, .,,,,, .,.,,,, ,,,,,,. , A , Manuscript Found in An Old Desk - - - ES," said Lucifer, "it is a fair proposition." Q Q "Let me see," I answered, "you agree to give me all the money I desire and the most beautiful woman in the world to love me: to love me truly, not only to answer my caresses but to love me with all her mind and soul after the NN5Ag-J' immemorial manner of true love. In return for which, after the lapse of ten years, I am to deliver myself body and soul to you. NVell, let me consider a moment. Here I am in the most poverty-stricken garret in Paris at the age of forty-six years. just before you entered I had abandoned all hope of getting any pleasure out of life and was about to kill myself. On the other hand, I have lived a straight life, never knowingly doing wrong, and I am at present certain of a wonderful hereafter which I now know exists, having seen you. Wfhen you entered a short time ago, though I had never seen you before and instead of the horn-and-hoof Satan you came in the guise of a handsome man, I knew you to be the devil. But it is enough: I accept your offer. Now come. get me my love, as I am thirsty for com- panionship which I have never received." "Come," said he: and I followed him into the street. XVe entered a car and Lucifer gave the direction to the chauffeur in a low voice that I could not catch. Soon I saw we were in the country and when we stopped, as near as I could tell, we were about a mile outside of VVestern Paris, near a small wood. Lucifer entered this wood and after some search found an entrance to a tunnel. He immediately plunged into this and I followed. XVe walked nearly a mile underground, he leading, and I following his Hickering light, until finally we came to a series of large chambers. Suddenly I recognized them from descriptions I had read. VVe were in the catacombs under Paris. There were miles and miles of these grotesque caves, all of which were nearly filled with skeletons and burial caskets of every shape and kind. Strange to relate, I felt no fear but seemed to take everything that happened as natural. It was while examining an interesting urn covered with an epitaph in ancient 46 3 ,,,,,,,f v 1 ,,,,,.....,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,.,. ,,,,,, ,,.,., W f,,,,,. fff, , ,WZ ,,,, ,,., ,,,,., Z ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,h Q y 5 y f y f A f if 7 .,,.,,,, ,..,,,,,,. ,,,. ,,,,,,,,,,,, Z ,,,,.., 5 7 X 7 fw fm """ """ """ 2, ,,,,,,, X ,ff f'fffff ff"' ffffff Z 7 hwy, ,....,, ,.,..., ,,,,,,.,,, ,,,... ,.,,..,.,.,,, - ,,,,,,,,,,, 1 ,...,.,.,,,. ,.,.,,. ,,,,,,,, ,,,,,.,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,, .,,, ,.,,,, f ,,,,,, ,,,,,,. ,,,.,,, X M! ,,,,, ,,,,,,,,, ,, ,,,, ,,,,, . ,,,,,. ,,,,,,, Z4 J A i French that I heard a call: it was from Lucifer, who was pulling the lid off of a large metal casket. Inside I saw a mingled mass of bones and dust. Lucifer then began repeating the Buddhist funeral service from end to be- ginning and for the first time that night I was afraid. I felt my hair stand on end and I shrieked, in the grip of an uncontrollable horror, for I saw that mass of bones slowly take a tangible shape-that of a beautiful woman. I must have fainted, for the next thing I knew I was in a handsomely furnished chamber, in bed. Wfitli some difficulty I recollected the events of the night before and looked about me, not without shuddering. The first thing I noticed was a note pinned to the wall which I took and read with in- creasing uneasiness. Here is a copy of it before me now: "Your wife is in the next room. This is your chateau. Ten of my servants are at your command. The vault in the cellar contains more money than you will need in a century. "Yours for ten years. "LUc1FERf' Of the following years I have little to relate. My wife's beauty filled all my thoughts and I loved her with a love the like of which I believe never before existed on earth. The hrst few years we spent in tasting of the pleas- ures of the world, and our inexhaustible wealth was always a source of sur- prise to every one. We soon tired of this, however, and made our happy home on the outskirts of a village in Normandy. Here we had a pretty little cottage fashioned after the image which all lovers have of their future home. It was small, merely large enough for our own use, and was completely sur- rounded by rose trees, which lent a charming sweetness to the whole scene. It was here that our boy Jacques was born, which united us, if possible, with a stronger tie than ever before. My wife lavished all her affections on Jacques and I swore brilliant plans for his future as I saw him grow into a sturdy youngster. But alas! There was a look of profound wisdom in his eyes even at an early age which I could never understand. One winter's night. while meditating on this look of his, I bethought myself of the night years before when I first saw my wife. Eight years had passed since that night and only half in earnest, thinking it all had been imagination, I looked 47 ,, ,,,,,,,, , ,,M,,,,u, I ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 7 ,,,,,,, ,,,, A ,,,,,,,,.,,,,,, , My ,,,,,4, ,,,, 7 ,,,, 7 M ,,,, V ,,,,,, f ,,, , ,,,,4 ,,,W , ,,,,,, A,A f1111f Z ,,,,, ,,,.,..,,,,,,..,,, ,,,,., ,..,,, ..,,,.,,, Z Z ,,,.,V , " "'f ""' j hwdf W ,,,,,,,. Z ,,,,.,, ,.,,,,.,,, ,,,.,, ,.,,,,,,,,,,, - ...,,...,,, L ,,,,,,,,,., , ,,..,.,.,,,, W ,,..,,, W ,,,,.,,. 7 ,,,,,,,, ,,,..,,,,,.,. ,,.. ..,... .,,,,. ,,,..,, Lt ,,,,,,, X f ,,,,. ,,A,, ,,,, ,...,, ,,,, Z ,.,,,, Z ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Z ,,,,,,,,,,,f W ,,,,,.,, ,,,, , ,,,, .,,,,, ,,,, ,.,,,., for the note I had received then. It would at least give me something tan- gible to believe. VVhen I found it, complete remembrance of that night came upon me and I believe I went mad. I rushed outdoors and tried to calm my throbbing brain by walking in the cool night air, but all in vain. The para- lyzing thought that all I loved were dreams, delusions, phantoms created by the devil merely to fulfil his contract, haunted me. My son Jacques, in whom all my future hopes rested, my wife, my love, were they all dreams? ' In vain I tried to reason with myself: the idea refused to leave me. I grew moody and taciturn, spoke to no one and even refused to answer the pained, questioning look in my wife's eyes. At last I could no longer stand the presence of non-comprehending mankind, and shut myself up in my chateau. I allowed myself to see no one, not even my wife or jacques, and until to-night, which is the last of my allotted ten years, have done nothing but sit and think, with the growing conviction that I am mad. I have just finished writing instructions to Jacques how to dispose of my body if my fears are true. If he really exists he will, I am sure. carry them out. I merely told him to bury me in a leaden casket with a stake through my heart and to have my body sprinkled with drops of holy water. It is the least I can do. Now I have finished and can only wait, for what I know not. SELDEN LAMB, '21. 48 fWf 7.WW f ff IN, R S K Q K i K .X 1 N , w I x l N N x X V- S R Q S Q X x I X ,.N, Q 2 X as-X s N ,.,XX 1 Niggas E N NS Twiizims Xmiiiiiiiig gw:::::::t:1 Mzzixiiiiiimh ,E.,.xxE.., as ....,,..X,,, wg w:1:::::t:::: 3 Si S11:11t:g111:1w gtg1:111:11:: so as QmiRN oll MOTTO: "Not on the Heights, Junior R COLoRs: Blue and W'hite. 2IDtficer5 HAYWOOD DUKE ..... JOY sYKEs ...........,.... LEONA LEWIS .... ......... .,..... members Annabelle Abbott Naomi Aydlett Lucille Benton Maud Brock Henrietta Clarke Katherine Cooke Dell Fearing Marguerite Hancock Leona Lewis Maggie Murden Harris Parks Augusta Sample Lillie Mae Smith Mattie Spence Gladys Spence Lina Stevens Rosalie Stevenson Evelyn Sykes Eva Walston Mary Whitehead Lois Vtfinslow 50 but Climbing." Wqwf ,,,,,., mWZ,hWZZmZlZ ,,,, ,.,,, ,.,,,,, f?! 1 FLOWER: Forget-me-not. ...............................Preszdent Vice-President Secretary and Treasurer Joseph Winslow Luther Davis Fred Davis Haywood Duke Wallace Ellis Dave Fearing Bradley Forbes George Godfrey Clyde Gregson Gilbert Hall James Hathaway VVarren Jennette Jule Modlin Grice McMullan William Pritchard james Pritchard Leslie Sherlock Larry Skinner Roscoe Smith Joy Sykes Ernest Williams I Q .9 J? : 5 1, , ,, J I , K . , xx ff 1 xx I 17 X iff ' P' N '. ff. ' " 4:5 , X W Q ' W J 5 , ng ' ,, gf f f X X K Y 'si f , L-ny, f Q Q JY fi if f SQA , 0? N wi' ff x R N' JUNIORS 7 X -, V S in '- .... 'Ni' 1 K fm, Q JUN1o1zs 0 ,,,,,, 1 7 ,0,,, ,,,,N, ., ,,,,,,,, . ,,,,,,, ,,,, A ,,,,,A , ,,,,,,, , ,,,,,, , ,,,, 7 ,,,, W W ,.,, y ,,,,,, W I yew f .. , , AA,,, ziirwu, ,,,,,,,, ,, ,,,,,,,,,, , M 1 A 4 ,,,,,,.,, 4 ,f-fffff ff 'f"" ""' , 5,1 2: .,,,-, ff 53 gym Z ,,,,,, ,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,. ,,,,,, ,,,,,, ,,,,,, f ""' H imma? ...f ,ymmyff ,,,.,, y ,,,.,.,,,, .,,,,, ,...,..,,,,,, . .,,,,,,,,,, L ,,,,.,,,,.,. ,,,,,.,,,,,, ,,,.,,, ,,,.,,,, f,,,,,,. ,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,.,, ,,,.,, ,,,,,, 7 ..,, ,,,, , ,, ,, ,,, , ,.,,,,,, ,, , ,,,, , , ,, , GDB KIIIUIUI' 01355 1902111 I. The Junior Class of '22 Is a lively class with much to do, We always do it and do it well, Which is more than some other classes can tell II. We've chosen for our colors fair, The colors that are in the air- The white for the clouds that soar so high, And the blue for the beautiful, inhnite sky. III. The fair forget-me-not is our flower, A blossom which indicates our powerg And the example we leave for others to follow, Will spread our fame to every little hollow. IV. Not on the heights but climbing fast, The worst of our journey is almost past But when our work in school is clone VVe'll keep right on till the victory's won. 9 V. Every member with much at heart, Of this great Class forms a part, And though its days will soon be past. It will leave a memory which will forever last. W ILLIA M R. PRITCHARD. 53 Z Z Z I l , ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,f-,W ya ,,f,,,,, y ,,,,,,,,,,.,,,, ,, ,,, ,,,,,,, my W ,,,,,,, U., ,,,,, ,A ,,,,., q ,,,, . y Aw uw, my fff' y Iffffyvfffffyfy I 7" ff ' W Z ,,,,., ' ff'f""""' """f f A X A! X f X Q ,,,,, 4,4 ,,.,,, ,,,,,.,,, ,,,,,,,. ,,,,,.,,,,, ffff Z ,.,,,, 2 , ,.. ,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,.. ""'f"-""" ,,,,,,, lfff Z ,,,, . ,i,, ,f ,,...,, , ,.,ff,.,,f .7 ,,, , ,,,, Z ,,,, ..,.,,.,,.,., . ,,,,,,,,,,. L ,.,.,,,,.,,, ,,,,,,.,,,,, ,,,,,., ,,,,,.,, .,,,,.,. ...,,,.,,,,,, ,,,, ,A,,,, ,,,,,,, f ,,,,, , ,,,, Z ,, .,,, Z ,,,, M ,,,, ,,,,,, , ,,,,.,,, Z ,, ,,,, .,,.,,, Z .,,.., " A A A u v v ag f aas 1. fa.: JAXQQ The Secret of the Canyon ' T was a momentous event in Bert VVestby's life when he piled his sealing schooner, the Hllfl'C'0ll, on a reef somewhere in the Behring Sea. XVinter was closino' in, and he was debating mth himself as to uhether oi not it xx as time to ietuin home to his mothei in San l rancisco and to the hated society -E a 'L . ' Q T s 'A ' ' ClO11lg'S of the world, when the accident occurred. The Halicofz was skirting the deserted shore in hunt of seals when a sharp squall sprang up from seaward. The fore and mainsail was hauled and lashed with great effort, and, with the jib set, the off-shore tack was attempted. Not knowing his surroundings, for this part of the sea was uncharted, the mate was shakily feeling his way when he struck the submerged reef. Vlfestby, the captain and owner, came on deck. He was a typical Amer- ican-rather Good-lookino' and a conhrmed misoffamist. Wfithout waitin0', his b D 6 b quick brain grasped the situation with more celerity than caution. "Lower the boats," he yelled. "I take No. l with Garrison, Ellis and Ratch! Mr. Wfelch, the mate, will take No. 2 with the remainder of the crew!" No. 2 was loosed and promptly sank under the immense deluge of tum- bling waves. Heads bobbed up and Vlfestby tossed half a dozen life-preservers to the unfortunate victims. Prohting by their mistake. No. l's occupants donned life-preservers before leaving in their allotted boat, but this boat was just as quickly swamped by the turbulent waters as the hrst one. How Bert got ashore he could not tell, because after an hour of stiff battling with the waves he lost himself in a profound stupor and was only saved through the erratic but merciful agency of the current that bore him shoreward. , Cn his return to consciousness he was greeted by the presence of two lusty savages. who were chafing his benumbed limbs, in their elfort to fan into dame the glimmering spark of life which was not yet extinct. 54 gn.M..1WwW,.,.vfMw,,,ffZZ,?Zf?,,,,,,WW.w.,,.W,,, ,,,,, I-7 ,,,,, J 1 f,,,,,. ,,,,. , ,,,, ,,,, ,,,,,, , Www 4 A X A j H I 'lli ,,,, , y ,,,,,, ,,,., I ,,..,,,,,,,. E fllff 6 f M ,,.,,,,,,,,., 1f'ff fff"' """' ,,,.,,, 2 ft 'aff 232 ,Q ,,,,, .0 ..ff'f1f 'ff' """"" .,,,,, 2322 "" .,A,M mmf! .,.,.,,,, W Zwwnydlwzf -f V., ,,f,, g Q, Q! ,,...., ,,,,,.,,,, ,,,,,, ,.,,,,,,,..,, - ,...,,.,,,, Z .,,,,,,,,,,, ,,.,,,,,,.., ,,,,.,, W ,.,,,,,, .,,,,,,, ....,, - ,,,. W .,.. ,.,.,, .,,,,. ,,,,.., X , , ,,,, ,,,,,, ,A, ,, , ,,,, ,,,,, , ,,,,,,,, ,,,, , ,,,, ,,,,, Z ,,,,,,, .,,,,ffmm,,, Z Z He closed his tired eyes and sleep claimed him until he was aroused by a friendly shake of the arm, and upon looking up saw the fimiliar face of Shorty McDonald, one of his former hunters, from the doomed Halicolz. "How d'ye feel. Cap PM asked Shorty. "Rather weak, Shorty. Wfheres the rest of the boys ?" asked Bert in a strange, far-away voice. "I'm afraid they're in Davy jones' locker, old man, for welre the only ones saved, as far as I can learn," returned the Irishman. "The deuce, you say! W'hat is this, an Eskimo village ?" demanded Bert. glancing at the Igloo and the mangy furs he was lying on. "Yep!" answered Shorty, "and a mighty poor one. Wfell, here comes the chief. How about an introduction PM The chief came, in all his regal pomp, which consisted of about all that other savages wear-mainly ornaments. I-Ie looked cooly at them and did not condescend to speak to such lowly creatures, personally, but decided to send one of his men to inform these informal visitors that they should work with the squaws and old men in the village culinary department. So he re- ceded as unceremoniously as he had entered, and wended his way to his own lodge, cursing the Fates that sent such inferior picking as he had been accus- tomed to have thrust upon him in the last few years. So that is how Bert Westby, millionaire misogamist, who could not bear the thought of pots, rolling pins, and other feminine idiocyncrasies, became slave of Chief VVhite Bear. He cleaned the kings kitchenette and Shorty swept the savage monarch's living apartments and together they cursed the chief and planned revolt upon revolt, none of which were plausible, so were dropped. All this continued until the day Bert saw the Princess of the tribe, daughter of the much-hated tyrant. Then the fatal thing occurred: it was all such a surprise to poor Bert, for in place of a blubber-smeared, tallow-eating, snaggle-tooth squaw, there was a veritable American maiden-one of indescribable beauty with dark sparkling eyes that held Bert enthralled. Her hair was dark and silky and fell about her shoulders, while her complexion was yet unmarred by camphres or cosmetics. Dressed in furs, she was a vision worth beholding as she laughingly said: "I know you: I've heard father talk of you in disdain. VVhy don't you join the young men in the hunt, you're strong, don't you hate being scoifed at and jeered P" ,,,,,, .,,, M , ,,,,,, ,,,,,9 , ,,,, , ,,,, ,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,, , Z Z ZZ Z Z ZZ Z Z ,,,,, Z .,,,,.,,,, . ...,,Z ,,A,,, ,,.,,,,,. Z .ZV ff Q ' Lwlmvhklfdf -f .7 ..,...,. Z 1,,.,f. 7 .,,,,.,,., ,.,,.. ,,,,,.,..,.,. .. ..,,,,.,,,, L .,,......... WW.- ,.,,,,,.. W,,...,,7,,,.,,.,f7 ,,,, ,. ,,,,,, ,., ,,,, ,.,. ,,,,,.W,7.,,,,.7,....,,,?'...,!m ,,Z.,,Z , .,.,, ,,4,, ,,,,,, .Z ,,,,, , ,,,, ,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,, ,.,.. ,,,,,,,, ,,,,, . I WIA 1 "And who are you, may I ask ?" queried Bert in awe, all of his hatred for woman rapidly fading, while he would have grovelled in submission at her feet had she demanded it. "Oh, don't you know me ?" she asked in a hurt tone. 'Tm the chief's daughter and I want to know something of the outside world." From her tone he knew she was spoiled, but-what of that? Suddenly he thought of his creed-his hatred for woman-and he was abashed and even angry at his momentary weakness and fought with his new self hard but distractedly. He discarded his creed because a second self stronger than his first will compelled. He learned that her name was Kellco and that she had seen other white men. She told him of a certain man with four eyes that had lived with them for live years and before he died had taught her many things. She showed him a Bible with an inscription that proved his sudden suspicion that the man was no other than Professor Coleman, who was lost five or six years before with his entire expedition. He had been a favorite of the chief because of his ability to devise better methods of warfare, his knowledge of sur0'ery and his extraordinary mental capacity. The Professor b 6 had received the name "Four Eyes" because of his tortoise-shell rimmed spectacles. This meeting was an incentive for him to join the young men who hunted for the tribe. This you had to do before you became a full-fledged warrior. If you proved a weakling in the hunting band you were an object of contempt. but if you survived and did some brave deed you became a brave. Then it was that lQellco's admiration for him grew. He became one of the Heetest on trail and the most accurate marksman of the young men, but he was always under sharp eyes, to prevent escape, as he was now an asset to the tribe. lVhen he was not on the chase he was at leisure and many chances oc- curred to be with the maid whom he now loved so much. He told her of the outside world and of its pleasures and comforts: of how the lovers in the sun- land loved. He explained to her about Santa Claus and Jack and the Bean- stalk, or anything else that would amuse this young savage, who feasted on his words as one famished. She would look at him in admiration which caused dark scowls to be cast upon him by the young men, who envied him his place in her heart. 56 I ,, ,,,.,,,,,,,,.ww,.,,,,,,fM7f,ffcxgffa, f,,,, 0 M, ,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 1 ,f,f, 7 Ilya ,,,,,f 7 my 6 ,,.,,, ,fy ,,,.. W W, , ,,,,, , I, ,,,, ,,,, y W ,,., .,,... y W,,j,ff'fw.m..,,... , ,,,, . , , A, ,,,,,, ....... -W .4A, ,,ff f"fffff'f"f"ff fffi Z 7 ,,,,,4 ,f " " f ""' A,,,, a 2. ,,,,, ,nfbjmf W .,.,... .Zyl ...,.., y ,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,, .,,,,,,,.,,,, - ,,,,,,,..., 2 ,,,...,,.,,, my ,,.....,.,,, W ,,,.,,, W ,,,,,,,, 7 ,,,,,... W ,,,,.,.,,,,,, ,,,. ,....,, ,,,,,, W ,,,,,,, W , .,,, ,,,,,, ,,,, Z ,,,,,, ,,,.,,,,,,, ,,,,, Z ,,,,,,,,, , ,,,,f,,, ,.,, ,,,, ,,,,,, .,,.,,, Z ,,,,,,, 4,4 f 1 f ....,,,1ffm ,,,,f Z Z The months passed: wild birds began to Hy over, taking their long jour- ney to the far north, which was becoming a bit warmer. XVeird wolf howls now occurred frequently. Meat was getting scarce and the hunters would sometimes hunt all day and come in empty handed. Spring was coming and the time to break camp, so talk of the Fires of Spring permeated the camp and the maidens especially, and some of the boldest were beginning to make their fires already. This was the custom of the tribe-a ceremonial marriage rite. The maids made theihre and the braves danced at the tire to be chosen or rejected. Some of the disdainful young men went on a long hunt and Bert went with them. but Shorty was exceedingly lucky in securing Lit-Lit, daugh- ter of the Raven, while Swift-NVolf danced at the tires of Kellco. He was a leading warrior and was wrathful that he was not accepted by her. Others danced at her fire only to meet the same fate. Un his return Bert was acquainted with the fact that Kellco had built her fires and had rejected all of the village braves, and he rejoiced. And when she questioned him as to why he had not danced by her fires, he told her it was not the custom of his country and that he wished to have a Christian marriage should he be so fortunate. So they plotted escape and laid glorious plans for the future, and all through the summer they dreamed the time away until the first snowflakes warned them it was time to journey. The time was decided on and with Shorty's aid they managed to save enough meat to attempt the start. This had to be done secretly as they were always watched. So the night came when they were to leave. Kellco stole two pairs of snowshoes and furs from her father's lodge, also a bow and some arrows. After midnight, when the village had retired, Kellco came to the lodge where all the young men slept and here Bert joined her. They started through the village and a few dogs gave alarm. It took them some time to get out of the village on this account, but finally they were beyond the earshot of the place. Going was easier now. Bert broke the trail and Kellco followed him. Not a sound except the crunch-crunch of their snowshoes and an occa- sional exchange of encouragement between the two. They walked for hours before they stopped to eat. They were afraid to make a fire then so they were soon on their way. The distant mountains slowly grew in size as did also a few black specks back of them. "They're following us," announced Bert quietly. 57 ,....,..,,............,,..,,,m. ,,,,,,,, , ,,,,,,,, - - ,,,,, .. - ,,,,,,fV ,. ,. ,,,, ,,,, A ,,,,M .. . ,,,, . ,,,, , WW, ... WW, W I .... , ..... . ..1,f,,Af.ff f f Af' ,.,,, Z 7 ffla, "' """' f Zwwhhlncf .WH .,,,,.. 7 .....,,,., ,.,.., .,,,,.....,., - ,,,.,,..,., Z ,.,,,.,,,,, ,,,..,,,,,,, 7 ,,,.,., 7 ,,,,,,,, ,,,,..,, , ,,,,,,,,,,,., ,,,, ,,.... .,.,,, .,,,.,, ,,,,., C ,..., ,.,,,, ,,,, Z .,,, . ,,,.,,, . ,,,,,,,, ,,,,, , ,,,,,,,, ,,,, , .,.., I A 4 "Can we make it ?" she asked anxiously. But the specks grew and the leader, Bert decided, was Swift-XVolf. They were both tiring now from their long journey but still pushed on until they reached a shaky ice bridge which they began to cross gingerly. Kellco being lightest and carrying their only weapons, went first, and Bert with his heavier pack slowly followed. They had reached the middle when the bridge began to crack. Kellco gave a warning cry and sped to the other side while Bert had to retreat. Then the bridge went crashing into the chasm far beneath. "Well, it looks like we're done for," called Bert to Kellco some forty feet on the other side. "Yes," she answered, "we can only waitf' They talked for a few minutes while the specks took the form of men. No plan could they formulate, for there was nothing but two spots of white and a yawning chasm between and death drawing near, They talked of their love and their approaching fate: he begged her to go on but she hrmly refused. Wfhen the hunters drew near enough she bom- barded them with arrows. A short battle ensued but an arrow pierced her bow arm and she was forced to discontinue her maneuvers: another pierced her side and she pitched forward into the deep canyon. He. infuriated. rushed at the band of savages with only his hunting knife which he drove into Swift- W'olf, up to the hilt. The other four rushed at him. He felled the first with a blow and from him grabbed a club with which he killed them one by one. XVhen the last lay on the ground, he was suffused with blood. one eye com- pletely gone. He dragged himself laboriously to the chasm's edge. where he paused for a moment to peer down. Then his senses reeled: he thought he heard Kellco call. He shut his eye and stepped forward. A dull echo resounded. Off in the north the mournful cry of a wolf pack sounded. They were gathering for the feast. Nearer and nearer they came. loping with the easy swing peculiar to these Arctic creatures. Wfhen they came upon this gory scene. they halted and all sat down surveying the bodies of the hunters. An old leader edged forward and licked the frozen drops of blood-he gave the death cry of the pack and the sleek, rat-colored bodies flashed forward, clashing and nghting for the spoils. Down in the canyon, silence reigned imperial and the frozen North closed its Gras J on all the hoarv scene. , U l ' CLYDE F. GREGsoN, 22. yymw' WRX xii! X A gllylb Z' rg K ib- '1-E X ' X5 ?7W ,fx 4 A? ff? 1 X f 1 6' 1?-? WW 6 y 4 1 I f if jf f f , . f 4 f 1 Z9 YF' IZ 0, lux P20 WZ, Zi!!! Xe x 5-X, T x 4 fl rv, ' LZ: MS W, I K A -,,.,-,4f- M A. lax QE nz FA' '19 ," ' - W JL - -f---- ,,,,.,-i--I-in Q- g ,--,i'-'-HP-. " i-1-fi I fxg--EWNWNNN. S E I? 3 ? X 1:12111gs w:::::::i::s X N111 mt1ttiii1:1 ..........., s ..,......,.. Niiiiiitgxiiiiw Njsgiiiiiiiiziist Sophomore Roll MOTTO: Recfe ,barge et ibi pertfeni. CoLoRs: Old Gold and White. MAXINE FEARING WILLIAM DAILY LILLIAN HARRIS HELEN LITTLE .... Ernestine Balance Emma Barnettt Rosa Bright Evelyn Bright Bertha Clifton 'Dorothy Colield Margaret Cammander Mary Corbett Helen Dawson Bessie Drinkwater Margaret Eves Maxine Fearing Leora Grifiin Gertrude Harrell Lillian Harris Eunice Hayman Evelyn Hooper Sophie Ives Emma Jacobs Goldie James Grace Jenkins Ruby Jennings Ida Jones Selma Keaton Lorena Koontz Helen Little Glennie Lowry Elizabeth Mann Hllttirzrs Qpemhers Ellen Melick Sybil Miller Mary M. Morrisette Eva McMullan Ethel Perkins Helen Perry Thelma Perry Mildred Pritchard Cora Sanderlin Maude Sanders Elizabeth Saunders Lorraine Sawyer Estelle Silverthorne Hilda Silverthorne Elizabeth Sykes Mary Trueblood Mattie Tatum Thelma Twiford Mary Twiford Fannie Welch Fannie Lee West Katherine White Phoebe White Rosalie Wood Mercer Bailey Frank Benton Curtis Berry 60 FLOWER : Daisy. .------.-.--:.---.P7'85idl?Ilf V160-Pwsidrlzt ..............Scrr0fary .......Treasz1rr'r Albert Bright Herndon Brock Clyde Butler Ernest Corbett William Daily Russell Davis Vernon Davis Harvey Dawson Constance Fearing Harvey Goodwin Hollowell Goodwin Wilbourne Harrell Tilton Hayman Graham Hedrick Stuart Hooper Jack Jennette Hearne Jones Ervin Midgett Alton Owens Zack Owens Alonzo Rollinson Charlie Sanders Earl Sutton Clemant Twiford Elliott Ward Julian Ward Stuart Wood Carlton Woodley SOPHOMORI: CLASS THE 1fmavrf1l1I7f1ZZ:5:1offffffayr1m,,m,,,w,,f,,, 1111ff f M7 W uymfny mf f ffffff 1 11 f,111, W M!1fW 'f7 AW "" 4 fm? "7 may "WWW ,, 4 ,,.,.,.,.,,..,,,, ,,,,. ,,,,, ,,,,. If """ ,,,,JZ,,a!""m"' W., .,,,, ,fi ,,,, . ,,,, 7 ,,,.,, ,,,..,,,,..., . .,.,.,,,,,, L ,,,,,,,,, , ,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,..,., ,,,, ,..,,,,.,, M ,,,, ,.,,., ,7.Wy,,N.,y ,,,,,, .,,,,,, - ,,,, WZ ,,,.,,, , ,,,,, - Svnpbnmuresquz I. Wiiitergreen Buggs was a scholarly man, Of a mind most sage and witty- My class, quoth he, Was the twenty-three, Of famous Elizabeth City. II. Now Wintergreen Buggs was a And in seeking for such he was open and frank- But the result, you see, He owed twenty-threeg And his little town on the Pasquotank. chaser of fame, III. "To what," I asked, "do you owe success?" "Listen," said he to meg "I owe my success To the town of Bess, And the Class of Twenty-three." IV. Thus Wiiitergreen Buggs climbed rung by rung To the heights of fortune and fame. "Hurrah!" yelled he, In jubilant gleeg "I'll always honor old Twenty-three's name." WILBOURNE HARRELL. 62 mfwmv X 7 Z Z "-g inn! EI .H.5, ---D Roan Lihdwwnq- si ui TLIVIU 1 L r w J f,,,.,f 0 M ,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,.,,,,,ff,,,, ,,,,., ..,,,, W .,,,,.. ,,.,,, 1 ,,,, WZ A Z A ,,.,,, ...,,. ,..,,.,,, ,,,,,,,, .,,,,,,,.,, ,,,, ,,,,A,,,. J "" ""' X ,W Iallfll 2 ,,,.... ,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,. ,,.,,,.,,,,,, . .,,,.,,.... 2 .,,,,,,,,,.. ,,,,,,,,,,,, ff ...,,,. ,,,,.,,,, 9 ...,,... ,.,,,,,,,,,,, ' ,,,, ,,,.., ,,,,., ,,,,.,, ,,,N,,v,,,,,, , ,4,,,,,,, , .,,,,, ,,,,,,,., Z .,,,,A Z ,A,, W ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Z ,,,,,,, ,,,,, Z ,,,,.,,,, ,,,, ,.,,,, A,,,,,, ? f f f W MUTTO: Into the midst of things. I COLORS! Old Gold and Blue. FLQWER: Marechal Niel Rose. ilbffnrers JOHN MCMULLAN .......... ......................,........ P 1-cxidvlzt MANY M. GILBERT ........... ........................ I fire-Prcsidezzt LEMUEL S. BLADES, JR ......... ......... 5 'ccrcfary and Trenszzrvu' members Ruth Bright Nellie Baum Sallie Bright Bessie Brothers Annie Byrum lvy Brothers Ollie Bunch Isla Butler Dorothy Chappell Emily Cammander Margaret Cooper Mabelle Chappell Mary Creecy NVilma Culpepper Mary Dozier Louise Davenport Maud Ferrel Mittie Fearing Margaret Gordon Adrienne Goodwin Mary M. Gilbert Margaret Hollowell Carrie Hooper Katherine Hathaway Virginia Hufty Gussie L. Harrell Sarah Holloman Mary Horner Nellie Jones Lillie Luclforrl Elizabeth LeRoy Selma Madrin Loena Munden Rebecca Miller Glennie Morse Leona Munden Loreen Munden Margaret Nash Hilda Nooney ,lelder Owens Mahel Pearson Mildred Perry Mary Pritchard Marguerite Parsons lrene Riddick Ruth Scott Sarah Sift Hazel Smith Louise Smith Nannie Stokes ,Tessie NVilliams Rachel Williams Annie Winslow Elizaheth Wfest Stella Wfhaley Lillian VVood XVilmer Ballard Sidney Buffkins Lemuel Blades Harold Chesson VVilliam Dudley VVillis Dozier Oliver Evans James Fearing 64 Joseph Perebee Merrell Griggs Thommy Grey James Hill Aubrey Heath Marion Harris Thomas Johnson Avery Jones VVilliam Jennette Willis Kramer John McMullan Lister Markham Paul Miller Marvin Mann Edward Old VValter Pearson Marion Seyffert Addison Stanton Dwight Sylvester George Scott Richardson Sedgwick Nathorn Spivey I. B. Sylvester Bradford Sanders Paul Simpson Edgar Stevens Marion Trueblood Lycurgus Twiford Dorr Willey Oscar Williams Krauss Walker Brightie White E FRESHMAN CLASS TH 5-may-vfmawmfa-m.,wmyi,,,0fCZ?5?f,,,,,,ayf,,, ,..,,,. Www ,,,,,,,, y WW ,,,, 7 ,MHWMV ..,,,. ff-,,.,,fy my ., My ,.,,f , 1 ,,,, W ,,,, 7 ,,,, W ,,,m7, , W1 Z Z Z Z Z Z Z Zig ,,,,, ,,,, ,,,. 3 W Z ' W ,,,f,,,,, ,,,,, ,,,,. ,,,,, .,,,, ,,.,,,,. ,,,,,, Z' X gf .a,4C.,,ffW1 ,,,.., .,,,. an ,,,,,.,,, L? ,,,,, ,,,,.,.,,, V,V, X 2 , ,,,,. W!! 'CMHWJ - if 2:15 ,,,,.,,,, wg ff is gaze-was 'a 1: ff gwlwhhlwlf ..., W .,,,,f, 7 .,,,,,.,,, 1. ,,,, 7,7 ,.,.....,,,,, .1 f,,,,,,,,., L ..,.,,,,,,,. ,HW ...,,,.,..,, Mnffyfumfi u.,,.,,7 ,.,,,, ,,,, , UWM? m,5lI,V i f I M, ,,,,, ,,.,,,, ,A ,,,, Z ,,,,,, Z ,,,,,,,..,,,,,,, ,.,,,, , ,,,,,,,, ' 4 A If Gllbz ,freshman Qlilass Lvnem There is a class here in our School That tries to live up to every ruleg lt is the best since days of yore- This Freshman Class of '24, We have never at any time tried to shirk, For every one knows that the end crowns the workg And when we are Seniors then we will prove That we have always been on the move. VVe always try to stick together, In very fair or rainy weatherg Cooperation is our plan, And we'll stick to it, every man. "Into the midst of thingsl' we go- That is a right good old rnottog And to our colors we are always true, The grand Old Gold and Navy Blue. When we are Seniors we will think of the day Wlleii we were Freshmen out at play, And after all the years have passed, Long live old memories of our Freshman Class ! MARY HARNEY PRITCHARD. 66 X N N ,1T, Q ,,,,,,,, W ,,,,: ,,u,,,,,, ,,,, ...,. N , ,,,,, ,,,,,, , ,,,,.,,, ,,,,,,, , ,,,,, ,,,, M ,,,, ,,,,,, , , W a ,,.,,,., ,,,,,, , ,., 41,7 ,,,,,,,,,,,f,,,,,,,, , 4 f A A, 4 ,,,.,, 4 ,,,,,, ? ,,,,,,,,V z, ..,,,.,,,,, I -E llflll is . 1 ,A1f' Z MW. .,,,,, , .W .,,. ,,,.,,, .,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,, ,.,,..,.,,,,, . ,...,,,,,,, L ,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,.71::::::::L.7 ,,,,,,. ,,,,,,,, ,..,..,, ,,.,,,,.,,,., ,,,, ,.,.,, ,.,,,, ,,.,., ,.,,,,, X 5 ,.,,,, ,,,.,,,,,, , , ,,,, ,,,,, , ,.,,, ,,,, ,,,, ,,,,,,, .,,,,,, ,,,,,,, 'J A i ' Domestic Science Class Isla Butler Ernestine Ballance Margarite Cooper Mary Corbett Bessie Drinkwater Margarite Gordon Katherine Hathaway Sophie Ives Ida Jones Grace Jenkins Lorena Koontz Glennie Lowry members Jesse Williams 67 Mary M. Morrisette Selma Madrin Mary Harney Pritchard Marguerite Parsons Ethel Perkins Elizabeth Saunders Elizabeth Sykes Estelle Silverthorn Maude Sanders Nannie Mae Stokes Rosalie Vlfood Rachael Williains ' ,,,,,,,0 , ,,W.M,,,,M ,,,,,, I yw ,,,,,, W M ,,,,,, , ,,,,,,, W ,,,,, , ,,,, W ,,,, W W ,,,. 7 ,,,.,, 2 ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ZZ ZZ ' Z Z Z5 Z ,,,, Z ,,,,,,, ,,,, ,,,,, M .,,, .,.,,..., fffA"ff'fAff-fff , ,,,. Z ' f- .,,.. . "" ""' N M . ,wimwhfmf V ,,,.',v ..,., .,,.,,,, .,..,, ,,,,.,,,,.... - ,,,,.,,,,,, L ,M ,,,,.,. ,,.,,,,,,,,. 1 y ,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,, ,,,,.,,, 7 ,.,,,,,,,,.,, 7 ,,,, WM ,,,, 4 ,,,,,. ,....., 1, f,.,,.,,W ,,, ,,o,W A, , ,,,t ,A,, t ,,,,,, ,,,, , , ,,, ,i,, , ,,,,,,, ,,, W ,,,,, ,,,,,,, A A J 5'.,',".' -llhlhll , .. - q---vA-. - .A'q-.- r 4 ldztw zu Clmf J GRAFTON LovE loft I dztm IRANI DAWSON flsft Editor ...,....... ........ S T. CLAIR BAILEY Sport Editor ..... ..,..... G EQRGE GODFRI-:Y LifUl'll7'-Q! Editors Girls ...... ......, M ARGARET CHESSON Boys .... ........ C LAUIJ WAIQD COlIfl'il71lfl.llg Editors MR. SHEEP Miss LIPscoMB MR. Coiviizs Miss EDWARDS Miss PICRARD Rc'P01'f0rs Seniors ....,... ELIZABETH ETHERIDGE Sophomore-C and D .......... EVA MCMLTLLQNN Iunlors ..,............. .......... . Aocosm SAMPLE Sophomore-B SophomoreiA ..I...VV1LI:oURNE HARREL ...............STUART VVOOIJ Freshman-A and B ......., ELIZABETH LE Rox' Freshman-C ................ BRIGHTIE E. VVHITE Freshman-D ...... ........,,. S ALLIE BRIGHT School News Progressiveness has been the watchword of the Senior Class of '21, During this year we have entered the Held of journalism, having published each week under the head of "School News," a record of class progress and all items vitally affecting our school. XVe have striven in each publication to strike the keynote of progress. lt has not been confined to the Senior Class alone, but each class and de- partment has had an active reporter upon the editorial stahc. and it is with a great deal of pride that we pass this venture on to the Class of '22, hoping they will be able to expand the work and enjoy the benefits. 68 ATHL cs 'ai ililr - 'l',. 5-ff'-wvw-,w,fa,.-,mf-,,M,,,g,Zi ,,.,,,f,, M ,,,,,,,, ,, ., .,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,f ..,,,, , ,v,,,,, ,,,, M,,,Z, fA ,,,,,,, ,,,.,,,,,,,,, , 4 f Z 0 f f f W ff f ,,,,,,,, ..,,.,..,1, ff.f 'fffAf','ff' ffff L flf' fvffl' f'ff'1-",f f ,.,,, Z , ,,... ,,., f f'f"" 1 W lam, lflr WWW! -9- .,,,. ,....., ...,,,,,., .,,,,, ,,,..,.,,,,,, - ,,,,.,.,,,. 2 .1 ,,,,,,.,,, ,,,,,,,,,.. ..,,,,, ...,, . ,,,,,.., .,.,,,,,,,,,, 5 .... ,,,,,, ,.,,,, ,,,,,., ,..,,,, X ,,,, . ,,..,,, ,,,, , ,,,, ,,,, ,,,,,,,,, ,,,,, , ,,.,,, , Z ,.,,,, ,,,,,,,, J 4 A Boys' Athletics ?f'R'X THLETICS in our High School is mostly confined to football, 52 Q71 basket-ball, and baseball. Some other games are played but our gig E interscholastic contests are limited to these three. Many a Q05 game is played and re-played in the Y. M. C. A. Building and on the Southern Hotel corner, and in all of these Elizabeth City is victorious. or would be if-. But interest went further than a street corner conversation and even be- fore school opened the football squad could be seen upon the high school grounds for practice every afternoon. The result of this consistent practice was that our team this year was the best that ever represented E. C. H. S., and it surprised many people of the State by defeating the strong Rocky Mount team in the first contest of the State Championship series. It also deserves considerable credit for defeating the VVashington High twice, and not allowing them to score in either game. ,Xs soon as the football season ended, practice was started in basket-ball. This branch of athletics has labored at a disadvantage. It was hard to ar- range a schedule, and sometimes after games were arranged they were cau- celled about a day before they were to be played and we were notified that the opposing team could not come. Then, too, for different reasons we were never able to show our full strength away from home. The weather was good and the baseball players began to limber up their arms before February was gone. Younger boys who are not heavy and strong enough to play with the football team find baseball the sport in which they can try their hand along with the others. Consequently, when Coach VVright issued the call for candidates he received a hearty response, and, al- though it is known that many of these will not land a berth on the first team. they will receive good training for another year. As yet we are unable to tell what the team will be, but we expect no less than for it to be one that the School will be proud of, and one that will bring victory and honor to E. C. H. S. 70 THE FOOTBALL TEA xr if .1.:. ,IL ,,, ,- .i.11..L:1 ,LE ,ah I . .....A ,N .W ff V ,,., W ,,,, y Wy I M ,,,,.,,,,,,,,..,, ,,.,, ,,.,,. ,,,,,,,,. ,,,...,, .,.,,., A, X if gm ,,.., Z ,,,,,,,,,, ,.,,,, ...,,....,,,. ., ,..,.,,,,,. L , ..,,,,,,.,, ,.,,,,,,,,,. ,..,.,, W ,,,,.,,. ,,,,.,,, ,.,,.,,,,.,., ,,,, ,..... .7 .,.,., ,.,,,.- L ' .,,,, .V W ,,,,. ..,, , ,.,,, , ,, ,,,, W ZW ,,,, ,,,, H ,.,,, Z M ,,,, ,,,,,,, K I Football Squad COACH ..........., ..,,,,,, M R, EDWARD QBABYD FLORA MAN.AGER .......... ....,.....,,....,. M R. RALPH W. HOLMES CAPTAIN ,.,.,.., .,,,,,..,,.,...............,,.,..,,,.., E RNEST WILLIAMS i,iIl2ffHlJ VVILLIAM DAILEY ...... .................,............... ....,..... R i glzt End CLYDE GREGSON ........ ........ L cft End GILBERT HALL ............... .............. C enter CLEMENT TNVIFORD ....... .. ........ Loft Guard LESLIE SHERLOCK ................. ........... L eff Tackle JAMES HATHAVVAY .................... .......... R ight Guard ERNEST NVILLIAMS CCapt.J ........ ......... R ight Tackle AVERY JONES ................................ ................... F ull-Back ROBERT LOWRY ....................... ........ I Qight Half-Back GRICE MCMULLAN ........ ........... L eff Half-Bad: HAYVVOOD DUKE ..... .................. ............ Q 1 tartar-Back Subs CHARLES SEYEFERT Joy SYKES CLAUDE JONES ERVIN MIDGETTE JOHN MCMULLAN JULE MODLIN WARREN JENNETTE WILLIAM PRITCHARD 72 ,Viv-:.,w, .. ,f-fb-ff,giigfm-st,-m..,,.Y -.--.A---A.. en., --.....A...-.. offs, A--1-1-- , ---,A -----'- ,-e33---ZZ,1y---51:111-isg?Z5.A7f:ai,,1w7:::f7wggfH17 fffa e 2 ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,, , Z M Z ,,,,,, , ,,,,,,,,,,, ,,., ,,,, , ,.,, ,,,,,,,,, ,,,..,,. .,,,A,., ,,.., ,,,,,, lllill Z ,,,, -1" f W ZWWMW W, Adlrl Z 7 ,,,.,, 7 ,.,,,,,,.f ,,,,., W ,,,,..,,,,, ,., ,,,,,,,,,,, L ,..,,,,,,,., W ,,,,..,.,.., N ffl- Wmunfy wma? ..f,f. H .WW ..,. Q f.,.,V.f7.,...,y.m.uZ'.,.,,.., W X ,,,, .,.,, ,.,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, , ,,.,, , ,,,,,, , ,,,,,,, ,,,,, A I A Qlfter the ,football Quame The football game was over and at the parlor grate A maid and a long-haired youth were lingering rather late. They talked of goals and touchdowns but found it rather tame, Till Cupid put his nose-guard on and butted in the game. Quoth he, "It's mighty funny if I don't arrange a match." So he lined the couple up and made them toe the scratch. The youth was growing nervous 'neath the weight of new-found bliss, And he kinder thought the scrimmage ought to end up with a kiss. He charged upon the center, he tackled left and right, And the way they held that chair for downs was simply out of sight. He tried an osculation, just an amateur affair, But lost it on a fumble and instead it struck the air. Then as he landed on her ear, he heard the maiden say, You are penalized for holding, Jim, likewise for offside play." With set teeth he tried another, this time succeeded Fine, For he scored an easy touchdown on the crimson two-yard lineg And as they sat there by the grate, communing soul to soul, The parlor door swung open and her father kicked the goal. ri -Selected. 73 GIRLS' BASKET-BALL X N N11 ,, ,,,,,,,,.. f ,!W335w.f,,,,,,,,,,M,.A, ,,,,,, .wmfww --A--.--' W 4 ivi ,,,, A ,f.-,. 1 1' ,,,.., 0 ,MMM mf -1-' A- A1AA--A-'-- y 1--A Z M- ,f,,, , ,WWWIV -1A-AA-1 5 ww, "-1 f :MW fi f ' ,,,, i,i,,, ,,,A, Z ,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,, , ,fin 1 f 4 f X 4 f WZ ,,,,, ,.,,, ,.,,,,,, ,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,., ,,,, E lAl,,, ,,,., fflf ,.,...,,,,.,,,,,, 2 2 , ,,,, ., .,,.,., .,,,,,, .,,,,,,,,, ,,,.,. ,,,,,..,., . ,. ,,,,,..,,,, 1 ..,,,,,,,,,, ,.,,,,, ,,,,,,,. ,,,,,,,, , ,.,,.,,,,,,,, ,.,, .,.,, ,,,., .,,,,,, ,,,,.,, ,W f ,,,, ,,,, ,. A,,,,, ,,,,,,,,, , ,,,, , ,,,,,,,, ,,,, , ..,,,,, Z ,A,,,,, A A W Varsity Team ILIHZSMILI Z 73 FU H W +4 rf DP Z U MR. R. W. HOLMES DOROTHY JONES ........ ISABEL MEEKINS ........ DOROTHY JONES ..... ISABEL MEEKINS .................. ELIZABETH ETHERIDGE ...... LORRAINE SAVVYER ............. EVA MCMULLAN ...... r HARRIS PARKS ....... .................. SUIIS EUNICE GOODWIN MARGARET CHESSON LILLIAN HARRIS 75 Q Q Q vu X' .........Referee .......Ma1zager .............Capta in .........Lcfft Guard ..........Rig11f Guard .......,...Lcft Forward .........Rigl1t Forward ..................Center ........Side Center 1 X N .11 Xi A .,,, ,,,,,,, , ,W ,,,,.f,,,,, , f,,,.,......,,,,,f,,,,,.,.,.,, , ,,,,,,, .,,,., , ,.,,,,,, , , ..,, ,, ., ,,,,,, I ,,,,, ,,,. , ,.., , . W Z X .,,,,, f. J Z f,.,1.,, 'f fff fffff' 'A"""' """" Z I -,fi EZ? ,.., ,.,,f, 4 fffff , wx? "f"""""' " 351, 3953 1: ,, ,, , 55, ,,,,, , 51 j A' gf ,..,,, ff "" """' 4 ff 'I XMIM! 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R Grayson, Clyde ight R to Kneeling, Left ,L1 ,-1 5' -1 A L ... A cu o C ,-1 .I 5 Q CJ V w cu 5 'T 2 'E Q +- .fl 6.0 .,-1 Z O aa 4-v Q-4 Q! J E5 m w r-1 ,WW ,,,, ,MW WWWW 'WWZ'ggW' ZMZZVZZ 7 A f f Z ,,,,,, ..,,,,,...,., ,, ,.,,....,. ,,,, 2 f ,wgzWZ7z,,z ,,,,,, . ,,. ,.,,A,,,, ZKZM U, mf WqZ?2WW9 .,,, ,,..,, Q ,,,,.,.., if ,,,, Z Boys' Basket-Ball Team S.LAMB .......,..........,.. C.sEYFFERT ......... CHUCE MCMULLAN C.JONES ................... R.KRAMER .,..,... C.GREYSON ...... B HOUTZ .......... J. MCMULLAN ..... VV. IENNETTE ...,. L. SI-IERLOCK ....... C. BAILEY .....,. C. TVVIFORD ..... E. WILLIAMS ...... ., .,AA,, ..,.....v.F0rward ..........F01'ward Center ..,....GHU1'd .......Guard .......G1mrd .........,.Gua1'd .........Fo1'ward Center CCTUE7' .......Gua1'd .......Gua1'd Guard Nzixizgzzzb N Q X '.'.. 1112119 j N is S I XSS MZZZZ ,,,,wf,,M y N 2 XX ,,,,,,,.,W,,,.....m7,, f5n,,5Z,,,,,,,,,0ff f,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, N ,, ,,,,,,,, W X ,,,, f J ,,,,,, ff ,,,,,,, y My fflf, W ffff W 'ff' y W f"'f f""' y 5 W Z ,,,,,,,,,,, ,A,, ,A,,,.,, ,,,,,,, f ,. Z M ,, , ,,.A,,,,,,,,4 'A-f f l' 'Af H I f 1.., Z Z f .4'f. "Af' ff'ff fff' ""' ffff,ff if f 2 f""'w-If ., . ,,,,,.. 4 ' ,,,,,.,,,, 4 ' ,,..,. 4 f ,,,,,..,,,,,, - ,,...,..,,.,.,..,,., 2.2 fi """"' 2 4 ' ' V ' f ' 1 l - 1 2 MIM! 7 ..., g: 7 7 W y 1 7,y ,,,,,,,,,,, 7 ,,,, W ,,,,..,, ,,,,,.,, ..,.,,,.,,,,, W ,,.. K ,,,,., fy., .,,,,, W W ,.,,,,, W ,,,, ,,, ,,,,,, ,,,,,, Z ,,,,,.,,,,, , ,,,, ,,,,, , ,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,, Z .,,,,, . ff J 6 Members of Baseball Squad ROSCOE SMITH ST. CLAIR BAILEY LESLIE SHERLOCK GILBERT HALL CLYDE BUTLER LUTHER DAVIS JULE MODLIN AVERY JONES ROBERT LOVVERY MARVIN TRUBLGO NVILMER BALLARD LARRY SKINNER WILLIAM DAILEY BRIGI-ITIE VVHITE MR. S. K. WRIGHT, 79 D Manager X ff l , W fxdg f 5 f Z M X X!! mmwf???i2fj2f,N,,fkm1Mf..,.Ww,wwfff- ,,.f,. , ,,,.., ff -,,,,,, Aff-f ,Y ,,,, Z W A Z A ',',,, ,..,,, ,,,,,,, ,,,,,.,,. ,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,, Z iff 'Mf2,f4, ,,,,,. H ..,,,,., A .-'ffff'- , ff ""' """""" "" .,.,,., :iii 52 kill? f"' if aff -f'vL ,,,,. ,jf "" w EE Us ,,.. ,,,,,, 2 af as aa 22 fi ZWIIMZWIM6! -I 7, 4,,',-' g ,,,,,,f 7 ,,,,,,..ff ,.,,,, ZW? ,,,,,,,,.,,, ,., ,,,,, ,,.,,. L ,,.,.,,,,,,. .,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,.,,,. 7u1ffuMym,,,,,27 ,,,.,,,..,,,, .,., ,,., ,fy.7,.,,,,V ,,,,,,, a',,,.,,,, af ..,, ,,,,.,, ,,.,,,,, Z .,,,,, Z .,,, .,. ,,, ,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,, W ,,,,,, ,,,,,,, .,,,,, John Charles McNeil Literary Society illtficers ROBERT KRAMER ,,,, .............. I 'rcsidrnt CLAUDE NVARD ........., .....,.,.........,..... I 'irc-Pwsidvllt JAMES HATHANVAY ....... S 'vvrctary and Trvaszzrez' The John Charles McNeil Literary Society was lirst organized in school year 1920-21. The roll of charter members was very small but as the programs increased in interest the number of members increased accordingly. Constitution and by-laws were adopted by the Society and the parliamentary rules of order were used in the meetings. With the help of Professors Combs and Holmes the Society has rapidly improved and it is hoped that during the coming years the Society will continue to improve. 81 CALIOPEAN LITERARY SOCIETY 1,,,.-:erin 1 W,7,..,7,,WW!. fff. W ..,.,,,,7 ,,,7 ,,,, , J ,,,, 7 ,,,, 7 M ,,,, W ,,,., M 7, W,jn,,,m ,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Z Z ,,,, ,.,,. A,..,,,., ,,,, ,,,,,,,,, ,,.,,,, 1,3 ,. Z ,,,, ,.,,,..,,.,,...,, -ff" 'fflf' "" y ,,,AI ,,,,,, Z ,. 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SOCIETY ui zfi g,,,,,,,,,,,,,.,,,,,,mm,m,,,aziyfffifffgfgifgu ,,,,f 1 ,Wm ,,,,,,, N ,,,,,,,, M ,,,,,,, w ,Ny ,f,,, 0 ,,., I ,,,,,, 1 ff ,,,.,, 0 my ,y ,, W U, AN, ,,,, ,I ,,,, 7 ,,,, , A ,,.,, 7 ,,,.,, 0 U l,,,ffo,,,,..,,,,,, ,f ,4.i ,,,,,,,,, .,. .,,f . ,14A ,,,, Z Z ,,.,, M """' W ,2,.,,,,,,w0,f..! ,,..,,, Z ..,,...,,, ,,,,., ,,,,,,,...,,, , .,,,,,,,,,, 3 ,,.,..,,.,,, 7 ,,.,,,.,,,,, W ,,,..,. 7 ,,.,,.,, 7 ,,,,,... ,,,,.,,,,,,.. A,,, .,..,,, ,,,,,, ,,,,,,, ,,.,,.. X 4 ,,,, Z .,,, . ,,,, . .,,, ,,,,,,,, ,,,,, . ,,,,,, .,,,,,. .,,.,,, S. S. S. Society MASCOT: Fly. COLOR: Anything but Blue. PASSWORD: l'YiIlL'il7lllIllS Nvrorem. MOTTO: Eat and talk and raise L For to-morrow you may be expelled. members POLE NIGGER MOONEY PUG RUFFLES REDIATOR GRAVE DIGGER HARD LUCK CLIMAX CUBA FLABBO CUPID I-IOUND The S. S. S. originated in 1918 by the Seniors of that Class. Wheii they graduated they buried it in the wastebasket but left the Class of '21 the privilege of reincarnating it. This was done by Grave Digger and after the resurrection there was a grand coronation march. There have been many meetings. At one a wedding was ruthlessly interrupted by Nero while at another meeting when we were "replenishing the larder" because the foods were so edible it was allowed to pass unnoticed by the Domestic Science teacher. We hereby leave the privilege of reviving this society of improvement and logic to the Class of '22M. Woe be unto those who do this unarmed! 87 U1 U -1-0 -I-7 eris ract enior ha C V NAME GOEs BY FAYORITE SAYING HOBBY AMBITION CHARACTERISTIC ANNiECXVH1'rE "Link" "Chl stop." Reading. ' To be lazy. Finger nails- RUTH NVHITE "Boo" "That's cheesy." New steps. To get married. SHFCHSIU- ELIZABETH XVOOD "Lizzie" "Sha!' Science. To grow tall. JOHY laugh- CONRAD BAILEY "Buzzie" "Is that so?' Accidents. To be an undertaker. Hard heart- ST. CLAIRE BAILEY "Cuba" "Check my baggage."lTraveling. To pass on French. BOW tie- HENRY CRAWLEY "CuckakOo" "By thunder!" Flirting. To own a harem. Blue eYeS- FRANK DAWSON "Hound" "Ootchy Kootch." Spreading scandal. To go to Annapolis. Originality- SIDNEY EvANs "Sir Sid" "So long." ' Spotting "Al" To be a civil engineer. EYelaShe5- VVILBUR GREGORY "Pike' -'Tjest look.' Shaving. To have a curly chin. Gl21S5eS- BILLY HOUTZ "Billy' "By Heck!" Reading. To rival Aristotle. HlS depth- CLAUDE JONES "Venus" 'KLet's go.' Athletics. To be hard. HiS Hbfight eyes-H ROBERT KRAMER "Bobby" "Go to 'damn '." Hudson. To be cheer leader. EXeeUfiVe ability! SELIIEN LAMB "S, Agneau" 'tLet's have a game." Smoking a pipe. To monopolize "Rf Pfefended iI1f10CC11Ce- GRAFTON LOVE UI. G.' "Read me some Ablatlves. To be a Dr. His Smile- ROBERT Low RY "Rabbit" "O-Tokio." Baseball. To be president. H0me TUN- WILLIAM OVERMAN "Ham" "Since when ?" Scien e. To be a radio operator? Big feet- CARROLL PARKER "K, P." "Check me Out." Arguing. To be a doctor. T132 he3VeU1Y blue CHARLEs SEYFFERT "Cholly" "P ! ! ""' Kissing. To be vamped. 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WAHM? if i2Zm2f Z i y K I W W y Z7 gy, you ,,,,, W ..., 7 V7 V ,,,,,, A E A A ' A A A Statistics of the Senior Class '21 MILDRED NIXON BEST LOOKING ELIZABETH HATHAVVAY MILDRED HUGHES VALERIA SCOTT ELIZABETH VVOOD MOST ATTRACTIVE MOST STYLISH BIGGEST FLIRTS CUTEST ELIZABETH ETHERIDGE MOST POPULAR ELIZABETH HATHANVAY DOROTHY ZOELLER ISABEL MEEKINS RUTH VVHITE ISABEL MEEKINS RUTH FITCHETT BEST ALL 'ROUND BEST DANCERS MOST ORIGINAL MOST SARCASTIC MOST ATHLETIC MOST STUDIOUS 90 SELDEN LAMB ROBERT LOWRY SELDEN LAMB HENRY CRAWLEY FRANK DAWSON SELDEN LAMB SIDNEY EVANS FRANK DAWSON FRANK DAWSON CONRAD BAILEY CLAUDE JONES CLAUDE WARD I 7 W ,,,, ,,,,,, ,,,,, .lf ,,,,,,, M M f,,.. Wm., ,,,, M W ,,,,, ,,g,,,,,,Z,.f - .,,., 1 1- ,,,.., ,,,, oo., , 1 f ... W.1f ,, , ,.... Z Z hm! ,Zi ,,,, ,,..,.. 7 ,,,,,,.,,, .,,... ....,.,,,,,., - .,.,,,,.,., 3 ..,.,,.,..., .,,,,,,,,,,, .,.,,,, ,,,..,,, ,.,,..., ,,,,,,,,,,.,. ..,. gg ,,,,.. ...,,. ...,,,, ..,,,., .,,,,,, ,,,, Z ,,,,,,,,,, , , ,,,, ,,,,,, , ,,,,,,,, ,,,,. f ,,,,,,, Z .,,,,,, I I A , Jokes Mr. Holmes fin Geometry Class trvino' to catch some oneb 1 "How many sides has a circle P" Bright Senior: "Two," Mr. Holmes: "How do you figure that ?" Bright Senior: "Inside and outside." . c ' - ts Senior: "Do you care for 'Crabbe's Tales'?'l Freshie: "I never ate any, but I'm just dead stuck on lobsters." Sophomore: "Isn't Mr. Sheep a professor F" Freshie: "Most of the time: but when we misbehave hels a tannerf, Annie: "Gertrude, how do you reckon they get water in watermelons ?" Gertrude: "By planting them in the spring, I guess." Miss Edwards: "Now, Tommy, you may give me an example of a co- incidence." Tommy fhesitatingl 1 "IVhy-er-why, me ladder and me mudder was both married on the same day." Miss Pickard: "Chl Dr. Bell, how lovely of you to bring me these beau- tiful roses. How sweet they are and fresh! I do believe there is a little dew on them yet l" Dr. B.: "VV-well, yes, there is: but I'll pay it to-morrow." "Speaking of riddles, links," said a Senior, "do you know the difference between an apple and an elephant F" "VVhy, no," said links. "Gee, I'd hate to send you out to buy apples for me !" Lyb: "Have you read 'Freckles' ?" Sas: "Goodness, no! Mine are light brown. Can't you see F" 92 ex- c ""' rt -'JA AA"'ff E, ZZ Z Z Z ZZ? ZZ ,,., ,,,, .,,.,. ,,..... i W 4 Z A ,,,,, .,.,., ,,,,,,.,. ,.,,, . ,,.,.,,,.,, Z ,. .A,A , X 7 ,,,..,.,,,,,, . A,,.,,...,, Q ,,,,,,,,,, , ,,,,,,,,,,,, , ,,,.,.. . ,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,, .,,,,,,,,,,., ,.,, .,.,,, A,,,,, A,,, X ,,,,, W .,,,, ,,,.,,,,, . ,, .,,, ,,,,, , ,,,,,,,, ,,,,, A ,.,,,, Z .,,,,., ,,,,,,,, Ruth VV.: "Why did you refuse 'Chollie' if you really loved him as you say ?" Fattie S.: "Well, you see, he said he couldn't live without me, and it aroused my curiosity." Friend: "Is it true that Grice is half-back on the football team P" Miss Lipscomb: "Yes, and a long way back on his studies." Old Gentleman: "Smoking at your age! I wish I was your father." Freshie: "You can be: mother's a widow." fA .Freshman's second trip to see his girlj "Does your mother object to kissing?" His girl: "Now, just because I allowed you to kiss me once you needn't think you can kiss the whole family." Mrs. Scott fto Valeria, who, instead of going to church went for a walk with Charlesj : "VVhat was the text this evening. dear P" Valeria: "Love one another." Teacher: "Can any boy tell me three foods required to keep the body in health ?" Freshie: "Your breakfast, your dinner. and your supper!" Claud: "What is your one ambition in life P" St. Clair: "My one ambition in life is to drive so close in my car around a trafhc cop that I give him a haircutfl Freshie: "Who is that girl ?,' Senior: "That is that Sample girl." Freshie: "If she's a sample I would like to see the real thing." CCharles S., ransacking the attic.l Spike Hall: "What are you looking for?" Charles: "Nothing.'l Spike: "Then you will find it in the jug where the whisky Was." 93 ,,,, , ,A,, E pf' ,.,,,,,,,,,,,..,. ,,.., .,.,, ,,,.,,. .,,,,. Wm Z Z ,..,. "" " ff, """' i hm! ,W .,,,, ..,,,,, 7 ,,,,..,.,, 7 .,,.,, 7 ,.,......,,,, . ,,,,,,,,,,, L ..,...,,,,,. ,,.,,,,,,,,, ..,,,,, ,MM7 .,,,,,,, ,.,,.,, .,,, ..,,,,, UMW! ,,,,.,,, . ,,,,, ,,,, ,,,, , .,,, , ,,,,,, , ,,,,, Z .,,,., A 4 A plot, Miss Lipscomb Cteaching Billy ?" Billy P. : "I dunno: I think he was hauled up for prohteeringf' 'The Merchant of Venice'D: "VVhat is the A. P.: "Then you would not like to be an actress and appear in baff- knees ?" bear half it in. G. S.: "No, it would be enough trouble to make up my face." I. M.: "How do you like my new dress F" "Ripping" Carroll: I. M.: "I-Ieavensl call a taxi." Edna S: "I don't like that new beau of yours, Mildred. He acts like a with a sore head." Mildred N. : "Oh, no! not like a bear. honey: a bear hugs you if he gets a chance." Charles: "I,ve got only one ambition left in life now." Spike: "Wliat is it, Charlie ?" Charles: "To see a woman take a cork out of a bottle Without pushing 94 X 'R X I ,x ix ji Y-MH! T f EN F-gli-l I V-'f 1- Y gl '. - A my I v' f- A., "" , X I FE EE A Sefzzbr ff M ON G Z.7Zd726'Z'6l! lrongbolafy The First 55 Citizens National Bank ELIZABETH CITY, N. C. NATIONAL PROTECTION EE' EE EE . A Bank 14C60Zl77f-- HI a safe and sane way of O Ou reaching your goal- whatever it may be-it assures for you your banker's interest in your future Welfare and is at once the only sure and dependable Way in which you may obtain permanent success. Savings Bank 81 Trust Co. P. H. WILLIAMS, President W. H. JENNINGS, Assistant Cashier E. F. AYDLETT, V.-President C. H. TWIDDY, Assistant Cashier H. G. KRAMER, V.-President 81 Cashier Elizabeth City North Carolina . , iZ"v's' 5 ' f..:,v,v, Gisgv, 0 - Y- igzozoa, 'spat 1 t .wp o 430.2 , . .. .... .. .. - 3-:3:2:2:1:t-:ff - - ,QOooOto.Q': ' 5:3'1:1'2'1-1-' - rx.:-ass-' , ...... ?,s1.j.:.:o:s' ve.-.'.-.Q . X . V h ir! ln the very latest styles in nobby Suits, Coats and Dresses. A complete line of ready- to-Wear garments for women and young Women always in stock. . .We are specialists in our line and every garment We show has a touch that is ditferent and which goes to make Hlndividuality in Dress." Let us show YOU. M. Leigh Sheep Company ELIZABETH CITY W0mdU,5 Wear NORTH CAROLINA - EE EE EE MCCABE 81 GRICE Head and Foot OUTFITTERS hr Men and Women Keep Your Eye On "The Busy Store' ' Griee - W6z'fennr5f Insnreznee Agency INCORPORATED AGENTS 14- South Poindexter Street ELIZABETH CITY N. C. Are You Profeeted? OWen's Shoe Company Incorporated Refznnle Footwear u g. 4 ELIZABETH CITY N. C. Hinton Main Building Street SINCE 18 S Z SINCE the birth of this Old jewelry Establishment, over thirty-nine years ago, there has been but one policy- TO maintain the highest standard of quality at the lowest possible price. THIS Policy has gained us many friends and patrons. It is to this conformity we accord our unusual growth. Louis Selig Your Jeweler since 1882 MAIN and WATER STS. T66 Elizabefb Ciiy Buggy Co. Dodge Brothers Motor Cars Automobile Painting and Upholsteri ng American Woven Wire Fence Albemarle Igharmarg "THE PRESCRIPTION STORE 'i PURE DRUGS RIGHT PRICES CoURTEoUs TREATMENT PROMPT DELIVERY NUNNALLY'S CANDIES Drugs and Medicines Perfumes Toilet Articles Cigars and Cigarettes Face Powders Cosmetics Soda Fountain open all the year SOUTHERN HOTEL BUILDING Phone - Une- Fifvf- Tfwo Elizabeth City . North Carolina The Spencer Co. HINTON BUILDING Opp. Y. M. C. A. WE MERIT YOUR PATRONAGE KUPPENHEIMER CLOTHES For the Man Who Cares SAVOY SHIRTS DELPARK UNDERWEAR DUNLAP HATS For the Well-Dressed Man FLORSHEIM SHOES FOR MEN None Better Everything, Anywhere, Anytime, Day or Night will be Photographed ....By.... Zoel1er's Studio Kodak Ekzzlvfzzozg OVER FIRST 8z CITIZENS NATIONAL BANK Tailors io 76056 H760 Core GI We would appreciate your looking over our Samples when looking for Clothes of Quality, Fit, Real Style and Good Taste. Our Cuftomer: are Salifffed C ustomerr RAULFS Sc CVERMAN Qllailors . "NONE BETTER" Southern Hotel E. H. SPENCE, Prop. SPECIAL ATTENTION TO HOME PEOPLE ELIZABETH CITY N. C. WEAR ' 'Roo' Rooster ' ' Ho51'ery MANUFACTURED BY IDEAL I-IOSIERY CO. ELIZABETH CITY N. C. ALBEMARLE LAUNDRY Larry Enms Skmner Proprietor Compfefe Eguzlomerzz' Up-to-dare Meffzoafs' Your Patronagc Solicited Telephone No. IQ5 MATTHEWS STREET Good 'failorzozg zlr not our Speczoliy. If: our- MBUSINESS' ' D. Walter Harris The City Taifor MORRISETTE oc RTAPER Fforzkfa Vegetables EVER Y WEEK Strawberries, Cauliflower, Celery, Tomatoes, Lettuce, Beers, and Peppers PHONES 459-420 HINTON BUILDING EE EE CAROLINA P O T A T O EXCHANGE INCORPORATED GROWERSI and DIS TRIB UTORS IRISH amz? SWEET POTATOES We secure more for our Potatoes and can Secure more for you. Those desiring to dispose of their Potatoes to best advantage should get in touch with us. H You know 'em We sell 'em 3' No. 14 POINDEXTER ST. PHONE 631 EE! E3 . Pin Spring millinrrg ERRY'S SMART SHOP is authority for correct styles in Millinery for Women, Misses and Children. We receive new goods daily and keep in touch with the styles of New York and Paris, or they are original. We Afro Carry-Feather Fans, Beads, Necklaces, Bags and other accessories, Real Hair Nets at ten cents each, one dollar a dozen. I am now pernzanefztbf locafed in my own shop, NO. 12 near the Southern Hotel MISS S. ff. PERRY' W here the Bert Cfother .35 wmefwm .ki. 1 satt W ONE OF THE FENV ll asks 85 Sawyer INDUSTRIAL INSTITU- TIONS OF AMERICA which have weathered three . Wars without Financial lm- Cfofbzers amz' pairment. ' ' Within the last two years it Furnzyhgrs has doubled its facilities. It is today by far the largest manu- facturer of SIXES in the world. KRAMER BUILDING J, H, MCMULLAN, jf, Phone 300 Dealer All North Eastern North Caiolina 4 wrltzmhpise uf exif ERCI-IANDISE of merit together with conscientious service have made our store a popular trading place. Our stocks are complete with the newest 54218011- able merchandise for milady in all weaves, patterns and colorsg merchandise of durability and style. You are always sure to receive courteous and careful attention to your wants at HRUCKER,S.,' Rucker 81 Sheely Company Efzlzzzbeth Cz'z'y'f Bert Sfore W. S. 'WH ITE ik COMPANY FEED FOR STOCK HAY, GRAIN, AND MILL IEID FOR POULTRY FEED AND SUPPLIES SEED FOR FARM AND GARDEN ELECTRIC SUPPLIES LIGHTING FIXTURES, HEATING MPS AND FLASH DEVICES, LA LIGHT GOODS Phone 64 120-122 Poindexter Street ELIZABETH CITY, N. C. The TEXAS COM PANY YV . n 'ULN xx --, wr 'xl Y If Pefrofezzw mm' Its P7'0fl1ZlCf.S' W. WV. NEWBERN, G lManager C W. C. OVERMAN S ary and T easurer N ewbern Produce Company Incorporated Frm? and Procfzzce IWercfzafzfy SPECIALTIES: Car Load Shippfrf ofSOJA BEANS, CORN, SWEET and IRISH POTATOES CORNER WATER AND BURGESS STREETS Phones 454-515 ELIZABETH CITY, N Ehzabeth CIW M. G. Morrisette Real Estate Agency cy Company L. L. WINDER, Manager PR OPER TIT I EE Bou fz Sold anrftggefzled Hwjle .W V 011 FIl7'7ZZIYA6'7'.S' FARMING and 'TIMBER LANDS OUR SPECIALTY ALI, REAL ESTATE OUR OBJECT O1'F1c'e2 312-13 Hinton Bldg. MAIN STREET EE ELIZABETH CITY N. C. G LEARY P d Drink in Bofifef THE MOST REFRESHINO DRINK in the WORLIJ Eaea laa'zVz1z'a'aal Boffle ' M, 'x Aasolaiely Samfary We tim Aj7er gozhg Zarougfz our meihod of k Jfffllflflklg "LUZ.Z'!Z a eaa.rz'z'e .rofafzoa 120 degreef aof. SOLD AT ALL STQRES, OJFES AND STANDS A' f Elzkaaeifz Ozey Ooea- Oofa Bofffiag Uforis X WATER STREET flneorporatedj Phone I9 ' ' W. 14. Pirzner Root. S. Fearing Geo. W. BEf'L't'fizfQE Geo. Befueridge Ifowfer Company Efzkaaeffz Oily DW G00015 MzYfz'72g Company Nofz'oas 1VIanufadurerJ of Cora Mea! f'I 1ER Y Cracked Cora a .vpeezaffy Mzbcea Feed, efe. Dealers in Corn, Oafs, I-lay, Cotton Seed Meal, Hulff. W6 cZpp7'E6'ZeZZ'6 y0Zl7' f5eZZ'7'072dg6 Buyers M Cotton, Ootlon Seea' ana' Soy Beam. EE! EE EE! NEW WONDERFUL DELIGHTFUL Klenzo 2'EHfQ?',5 Protects the teeth in the natural way-by removing the substances that foster germs, acid mouth and decay. It leaves the mouth cool :md clean- reul testimony of its cleansing effect. So pleasant to use that children like it. The twice a clay Klenzo Creme habit is mouth health insurz KLENZo DENTAL CREME . 250. STANDARD PHARMACY H The REXALL S101-e" ELIZABETH CITY. N. C. AGENTS- NORRIS CANDIES EASTERN Komucs LIGGETTS CANDIES F01'rz7zyfbz'71g in D FUI'H1tLll'C Ol' HARDWARE House . . CCM PANY Furmshmg Goods See Yghoilesale Q U I N N 31' WEIFC FURNITURE CO. Elizabeth City, N. C. Elizabeth City, N. C. Qzmfzfv and Prim Glmranfefff EE EE Dzkzmofzcfs Wafcbes H. C. Bright Company CgeWeAIQI1S,f PHONE 504 HINTON BUILDINL Szfverware Cbzmz CAPACITY 75 TONS DAILY Crystal Ice 55 Coal Corp. WHOLESALE and RETAIL P fl ' P I I egiihiiffi IC E D EALERS f:Zff?"'m" Telephones 16 and 716 WA ALL ORDERS PROMPTLY FILLED ELIZABETH CITY NORTH CAROLINA EE EE! TELEPHONE 184 SPECIALIZING Irish amz' Sfwee! Porafoes Cai' L05 Sfzjpery OOO OOO REFERENCE: First tk Citizens National Bunk Savings Bunk 8: Trust Co. WZ, Q 6522 11-13 So. WATER STREET WITH EVERY FACILITY AIYFORDEIJ IKY A VVELI, EQUIPPED Sfafiorzefy aim' B005 Sfore WE ARE ALWAYS AT YOUR SERVICE Well executed Engraving at reasonable prices is zu liolmluy Oll which we ride away from competition. ffvfzofemfe GROCERS 05235 ELIZABETH CITY NORTH CAROLINA Alkmma hmfre Eailp ictures CONT1NgL0OI,i 3 to 10:30 P. M. ZDLQ fir - .O we MQ ' - an nl: - ' gg? I .. I ggi ,154 S52 a W X ff? 1 l J I POPULAR AND NEWEST PICTURES ALWAYS ON HAND. COME OUTTO SEE YOUR FAVORITE MOVIE STAR. POPULAR PRICES. - Woof Bu1'lo'z'f2g mm' Re Loon Does It teaches economy. Encourages thrift. Assures independence. Prevents poverty in old age. Assists one to develop stability of character. Provides an educational fund for your children. Inculcates systematic methods in business. Secures you against financial embarrass- ment. Albemarle Bldg. Establishes for you a commercial credit Wherever you live. It lessens crime. Entitles you to a business standing which the spender never acquires. It makes for better health and a low death rate. Makes one a better citizen in every way. Is a source of satisfaction, material bene- fit and pleasure to your family. Building and Loan membership -that's all. Loan Ass'n Seriff open fmt Salurday in Marfh and September ofeaclz your. Share-holdem Joficilfd, either borroquing or infvffiing. Six per rent. in-'uzrtmenl to all alike. Let 14: talk the propoxilion ofuer fwith you. J' Pf1.ilif3l?ER ROOM 214 Hlllfon Bulldmg V2..li5.Tif32.?.fliN G. W. Twiddy PHONES 18 5-985 c'.:: Everything in the Grocery Line IF IT'S GOOD TO EAT, WE HAVE IT 1 Cfzare and Sanbornis 71115 and Coffee 112 S. POINDFXTER STREET Culpepper, Griflin, Old mm' Grice Co. General Imzzrfmce mm' Surety Bondi' il ROBINSON BUILDING Phone No. 47 POI N DEXTER STREET A Guaranteed Education For Your Child. A Monthly Income For Life For Your Wife. Full Protection For Your Business. A Fund Maturing For Your Own Old Age. The Mutual Benefit Life Insurance MNEWARK, N. I. 76 YEARS OLD ASSETS OVER 280 MILLION. INSURANCE IN FORCE OVER ONE AND A QUARTER BILLION ALE S- B- PARKER N. c. Information Witbout Obligation N many Ways, hard times are to us as foxes are to birds, and an automobile is to a man and his family what Wings are to a bird. With Wings a bird travels many miles in a day gathering food. With an automobile, a man travels many miles gathering businessg or he cuts down by three-quarters the time that separates one place from another, thereby lengthening his useful life 75 per cent. To the question: "Can We AFFORD an automobile?" the most pertinent answer is, "Can you afford NOT to have it?" It all depends on the value of a man's time and effort. It depends also on the value of his Work, of peace of mind and health. An automobile contributes to both. ALBEMARLE MOTOR CO MPANY AUTOMOBILE TRUCKS AND ACCESSORIES GENERAL AUTO REPAIRS 0-fre and Soow Rooms: MATTHEWS ST. . . I-IINTON GARAGE PHONE 1076 AUTO and GAS ENGINE WORKS FORD CARS AND FORDSON TRACTORS Kelly Springfield Tires and Tubes, Fabric and Cord Goodrich Fabric Tires and Tubes The Famous " Silvertown " Cord Tires The Long Life-" EXIDE " Storage Battery Gabriel Snubbers Hassler Shock Absorbers Gill Piston Rings Tire Chains Genuine FORD Parts A Large Line of Accessories, Oils and Greases Distributors for EXIDE BATTERIES and exclusive dealers in GABRIEL SNUBBERS for this territory. Liberal Dircountx io Dealerf who 'will cargz a :lock of Mere arlielef LET US REPAIR YOUR STORAGE BATTERY. Experienced and competent men in charge of our Battery Department. Insist on GENUINE " FORD " PARTS for all repair work. Bogus parts are a dangerous and expensive substitute. 105-7 N. Water Street . . C. W. GAITHER, fwanagrr Sharber 85 White H a rd W a r e C o . WHOLESALE and RETAIL HARDVVAR E and FARM SUPPLIES ELIZABETH CITY, N. C. Glhv .Apntherurg Shnp Betsy I-Iigh's Favorite Drug Store Meet Your Friends ll Our SODA FOUNTAIN Agents for Whitman's Candies Conklin 85 Waterman Fountain Pens Eversharp Pencils, Penslar Remedies and Toilet Requisites Wearever Rubber Goods Prompt Delivery Fair Prices Special Attention to Mail Orders T!zeAPOTHECARY SHOP IN THE HINTON BUILDING . . Plume 400 DR. WM. PARKER D6HfZiff i 317 HINTON BUILDING P. G. SAWYER Attorney-at-Law 309-311 HINTON BUILDING ELIZABETH CITY N. C. MEEKINS Sc MOMULLAN Atforneyf-at-Law ELIZABETH CITY NORTH CAROLINA DR. W. SELIG Opfomefrzlrt S21 Main Street ELIZABETH CITY, N. C. C. EVERETT THOMPSON j. KENYON VVIL DR. J. D. HATHAWAY Optometrzlft THOMPSON SC WILSON C, Altorneyf-at-Law 412-415 Hinton Building THIRTY YEARS EXPERIENCE ELIZABETH CITY NORTH CAROLINA J. P. KRAMER Arcfzziect i ELIZABETH CITY N. C. CONSIDER OSTEOPATHY CII If you are thinking Of studyingfor aprofession in which you can render valuable service to humanity, con- sider Oxteapallzy. The profession will remunerate you in accordance with your service. Pbr Infvrmalian, Call on DR. JOHN H. BELL ELIZABETH CITY NORTH CAROLINA EE EB GRIFFIN'S BICYCLE SHOP DEALER IN Bicyrles Sumfriey, Etc. Repairing zz Spffialfy R. L. GRIFFIN, Proprietor 304 MATTHEW STREET PHONE S08 DAVIS ELECTRIC SERVICE STATION V. B. DAVIS, Manager NVE SPECIALIZE IN 14 1110 Efecffic EQZlZlp7il67ZfX 7 Yfam S140 rage Bczfferies EICHTEEN MONTHS GUARANTEE USE ONLY STANDARD TESTED PARTS EM PLOY ONLY EXPERTS Cc 11 STAND BY SCHOOL HOSE WILL STAND BY YOUR BOYS AND GIRLS WHEN ALL OTHERS FAIL. If the other kind does not wear to your entire satisfaction, ask your dealer for- 'QSTAND BYU EXTRA STRONG SCHOOL HOSE THEY STAND THE TEST KNIT BY Elizabeth City Hosiery Co. AND HERE ARE A I-'EVV OTHER PRACTICAL THAT WILL ENABLE YOU TO KEEP DOWN YOUR GAS BILL Don't leave burner on full force when not in use. Don't light burner and then go and fetch things. DOIIIT allow flame to blaze outside of the bottom of the cooking utensil. Matches are cheaper than gas. Don't let it burn a minute when not needed. Don't buy cheap appliances. Don't use worn out appliances. Southern Gas Improvement Co. "THEY SAY THAT GAS CAN DO IT BETTER" EE 'EB fb 63 'QTHORI3 O ew FRVTC3' SEHTWOV Bllbklll gffalqbdzbn flflllffm ly"54llLf1Ul00 GJ CJ BUICK 1921--AUTOMOBILES, Powerful and Comfortable, are as beautiful as they are efficient. Our authorized local Buick Service Station, together with authorized Buick Service, is every- where available. Buick parts and automobile accessories carried in stock. " When better automobiles are built, Buick Will build them." TIDEWATER BUICK CO., Inc. O. L. HOFLER, Sales Manager W. P. 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