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

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K E ' ' ' 'D ' 6' ,1 iw ' t'q'l llww..--" ll XX o. , .7 slug' if ,I it :auf M f'-" g 2 ,f i' g f-V . .n- ' . 1922 - . im?lf::1lf: Ill Il J in Published by the Student Body of the Elizabeth City High School Elizabeth City, North Carolina .0 Jforemoru LTHOUGH this hook may he excelled hy others 'of its nature, still we have a lofty pride in it- hecause it denotes the things we achieved in High School and because in the days of the misty future we can look at it and recall those days gone hy that were spent in happiness with loved companions. And even though it is not, by any means. that which we would have it he, it has a tender place in our hearts. Gio Mliillium 35. 1B1'irhat'o iiDur fellow stuoent, mhose untimely Death rohheo the future ZDI a prospertioe genius whose smile nener faileo Glo lighten our huroen, uno whose memory ine mill Sllinays holo Sarreo, we Looinglp oeoirate this volume of "The Svpot:iLight" ITACULTY wfmmf.. fm-4.-wfww, ,,, xfuwfff, ffm..-f...wM,,M fffff W ,f ,,,,, f Mm X, ,,f,, f 1 f,,,,,, V fffi f V 'Ay ,uf f'ff v "" 7 l""y"""W'v igfzfhi, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,.,,,,, ,,6 1 4 A. 4 ,,,.,, 4 .,,,,,,,, 4 .,,,,,., ,..,,,.,.. i H ,,,,,, f W A 'f' '1,f"f ff'Al1ff1 JM-.., .W 4,,V, Z ,,,,,,, ,.,., , ,,,,,, ,,,,,.,, ,,,,, - ,.,,,,,.,,, L ,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,. 3 ,,,,, ,,,,,,,, .,,, ....,, .,,,,, fifwif.. 4 ,,,,,, Z ,,,, ,,,..,,,,, . ,,,,,,, , . ,,,,,,,, ,,,, , S. L. SHEEP S11f7C'7'IlIf6l1dL'IIl' A. B. COM BS P1'i1zci,hc11 R. W. HOLMES R. W. RYLAND Mathematics Matlzenzafics L. VV. IARMAN Matlzenzafics and Science, ELIZABETH ALLEN ALEENE EDVVARDS English Latin - ELIZABETH JEFFRIES English LOU SHINE G. R. SHERRILL Frmzclz Hisfory HESSIE NEWTON History and English MINNA PICKARD MARY UNDERVVOOD Science Bzrsizzfss Course MARTHA MARTIN Domvsfic Science ETHEL JONES MRS. MILTON PERRY Music .Music 5 Z? I 7 mm, Z ANNUAL STAFF 5 11,i.,, W .,,, ,,.,,, A , ,,,,,,, L! llllll Z 'A ,,,,M,,, Qlnnual ivtaff CLYDE GREGSON ....... ......... E ditor-in-Chief LEONA LEWIS .......,,.. ,,,...,.., A ssistant Editor LARRY E. SKINNER ....... .................. A ssistazzt Editor WILLIAM DAILEY ....... .......... f mzior Assistant Editor HAYVVOOD DUKE ........ ...,..................... B usizzcss IWUIZUQFI' JAMES HATHAVVAY ,..... ........, A issistant Bnsincss .Matzager GILBERT HALL .......... ................................... A rt Editor AUGUSTA SAMPLE ........ .........4 4 fl1f6fl'L' Editor LESLIE SHERLOCK ........ ........ A tlzletic Editor GEORGE GODFREY ...... ......,. J oke Editor JULE MODLIN ......... ...................... J olee Editor MATTIE SPENCE ............. ....... A dwrtisizzg Committec ANNABELLE ABBOTT ...... ....,... A dzfertisiug C0-mmittee LUTHER DAVIS ............. ....... A dvertisiug Conmzittee LESLIE SI-IERLOCK ..... ....... A a'wrt1's'i11g C0llIlll1.ff6L' EVA WALSTON .......... .............................. L awyer BRADLEY FORBES ...... ........... P oet FRED DAVIS ............ ......... H istoriczzz 7 5 MIDHEIR '2- 7 Z 4 X 0 I i - 1--1, . hQ ii lf 1 7 N, 4w:gx,:n ,... ::.2,.1::ZZ?5:f..wMm HW.. .,,,,--1111: ,ffg .WZ , N, ,,,,,,,..w.? .... M,.,,.,,f-f ,..., 7 LL,,,,. ..........,,, A 7 ..A.AAA-, ------- 'ffff-A ffff-4 J My QW? W M ,,,, ,,, , , y fl: ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 02,1 1 f ' XM ' ,,,,. ...,., ,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,, I 5 ,,,,,, 1 2 L T g 'A ,ff f".,f 1 ,,,,,,, .,,,,,,,, """ ,,,,,,, z "" ,. "" flfffffff ZWWJM Z1 .WW , 4 ,,,..,, .,,..,,,., V ,,,,,, ,.,..,.,,,,,, , ,,,,,,,,. ,Z ...,,,,,,,,, ,..,.,,,.,,. 7 .,.,.,. W 7 .,,,,,,, W .,.,.,,,,,,,,, ,,,, 7 ..,,,, W dz ,,,,,,, M ,,,, . .WM ,,,, Z Senior Qlllass COLORS! Blue and Wliite FLOWI-114: Forget-me-not MOTTO: "Not on the Heights, but Climbing." 9Dfficer5 H.-XYXVOOD DUKE .,... ...... .............. P 1 'L'Sl'd1'1lf JOY SYKES .............. ..........,............... I VCC-Pl'l'SldClIf LEONA LEVVIS .... ........ 9 vcrefary and Trvaszzrvr 9 ,,,.,,.,,,,,..,...-.,f.f,f.,..uf1,W1,,,,4,cQ4f57,. ,,,,,,, 0 ,,.,,. , ,N .,,,. ,,,,,,,,.,,.t3 ,,, ,,,,,,, M, A ,,,,.. M ,,,,,, V ,,,, , , ,,, ,,,, ,,,,, , W., IW, ,, .,,.a-.MW ,W, ,,,, , .,.,f f .,, ,4,, fA1 ' "41AA Viff . ,,.., Z ,.,,., """' f fn ,,,,,, ,,,, 0 Wm! W ,,.,.,, ,.,.,.,, ,,,.,, .,,,,.,.,.,,, - .,,,,,,,,....,,,,.,. . .,,,,,,,.,., W ,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,, fy ,.,.,,,,,,,,, .,,, ,,,,,. .,.,,, ,,,,,., 1 ,,.,,,, I ,...,. 6,,,,,,, ,,,,,,, ..,,, .,,, ,,,,,,,.,,,,,,,, ,,,.,, ,,,,,, W ,,,,,.,, ,,,, A ,,,, ,,,,.. .,.,,., ,,.,,., 4 52 f, , ,JA 3 , ANNABELLE ABBOTT l'Cl10IIic" Librarian, 4: Annual Staff: Athletic As- sociation: Literary Society, 1, 2, 43 De- bating Team, 4g U-7 Club. "lf size will, .rim will, find you 61111 depend Olllf, If she woaft, 3110 'ZU0ll,f, And f1Ic'l'U'S an and u1z't." See that far-away look in her eyes? VVell, she's thinking about whom she is next going to strike for an ad. Annabelle is on the Advertising Committee of T1-ui Sifor-LIGHT. Surely the success of this year's Annual is due a great deal to her pep and dogged perseverance. Not only does she win in getting ads, but she is one of the "bright lights" of the Class. espe- cially shining in Latin. Here'S good luck te you, little oneg we know you'll play the game of life and come out a winner. NAOMI AYDLETT "Nal:0mis" Cilee Club, 4g Literary Society, 4. HBl'UZll.S', not size, make women." Kind-hearted, easy-going, sympathetic. friendly Naomi. Just to look at her any one would see that she has a friendly dis- position. Boys in all walks of life fall for Naomi's smile, or Naomi's ways, or what- ever it is about Naomi that works the Cleo- patra charm. Her brightness in Geometry is a fair example of every phase of her school life. ,W MW ,,m.,,.w,v7,,g..ZZ47,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,.,,N ,,,,,, , ,,,,,,, ,,,,f 7 XW NW0 ,,,, 7 .,,, I ,,,,,, , ff ,,,,,, W WW ffflf , 1 ffff W 'f'f y W 'fff y 'fffff y ' wf:"4""""""r , " W Z Z ,,,.,,,,,,,, ,,,, ,., ,.,, I ,, ,, ,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,, A,,,,, ,,,,,.,,, .,,A f Z Z 3,1 an? ,,., ,f, W1 ,,,,. V? .,,,,,, 0 .,,,,,,,, Z2 f,,,,. Vlllrrl Z , ,.,, .,,, , f ,,f,,,, .,, ,,..,, .,,,,, fff"ffff 2,W,,,,,,74,,,,,f 7 ,.., Z 7 ,,,,, 7 ,,,, - ,.,,,,f..,, L ,..,.,,,,,,, 7 ,,,,,,,,,,,, f V ,,,,,, ,,,,,,,, 7 f..,,,,f W ..,,,,,,,,,,. 7 ,,,, ,,,,,, W ,,,,,,, W ,,,, , , ,,,f,, ,,,,, , ,,,, ,,,,,, ,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Z W ,,,, , ,,,,,,,, ,,,, ,,,,,, ,f,, vfulfllfh 1,.,f W4 gffvfff I I MAUDE BROCK HM a ual e" Literary Society, 1, 2, 3, 4. "C0urz'v0us tho' roy, and gentle tho' 1'0- fired." This girl keeps her own council. and con- sequently her classmates know compara- tively nothing about what she expects to do. She is "one of us," however, and when there's anything doing you can always Find Maude right there. VVe often see her "strutting" by in her car, which is always at the disposal of her friends, to our great delight. She is very strong in her likes and dislikes but will do anything in order to oblige a friend. KATHERINE COUKE Cncagaii Literary Society, l, 2, 3, 4: High School Orchestra, 3, 43 U-7 Club. "Happy am I, -from fare fm free, IVlzy arcfzft they all contented like 11zc.'2" Cooke's a funny girl and a very optimis- tic one, too. Her happiness is so natural and spontaneous that it is contagious and to listen to her talk puts you in a good humor. She is the girl who is looking out for a good time, but just the same she is diligent at studying, usually getting along smoothly with her studies, but if she should happen to sink she comes up smil- ing and always wins out in the end. Wm ?.,.w..,,,,,,,,.,,,,. ,,,, M., ,,,,, ,,,,,,. WWW ,,,,,,, I ,,,,,,. ,,,, ,,,, I 49 ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,.,,,, HZ! 1 X A f X A 41 MA ,,,,, ,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,, :QM ,,.,. ,,,,,.,,,,, ",,,, Z i 2 ,,,, .,,. ,,,,, .,,,,,,,., N ,,,,,, ,,,,,, ,,,,.., ..,..,.,,, ,,,.,, ...,,,,,,.,,. . ..,..,,,,,. L ,,,,,,...,., A,,,,,, ,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,, ..,..,.,,,,,, ,,,. ,,,... ,,,,,, ,,,,... 5 ,.,,,, s,,,,,,, ,,,,, .,., ,,,,,, ,.,, Z ,,,,,, Z ,,,,,,,, , ,,,,, .,,,,,, Z M A A 4 FRED XV. DAVIS Annual Staff: Literary Society, 1, 2, 4. "VVill Rogers" has nothing on this lad when it comes to dodging women folk, but by his charming personality he has won for himself a host of friends among the boys and Faculty. Fred is one of those solid fellows who furnish the backing of a class. He is earnest in everything he un- dertakes and seldom fails to accomplish what he resolves. This lad, endowed with intellect, determination, and ambition, will some day startle the world of science with some addition to the present accumulation of scientific knowledge. LUTHER DAVIS Annual Staffg Athletic Association, 3, 43 Baseball Squad, 3, 4: Literary Society. 1, 2, 4. "A gczztlcmazz and a scholar." In this serious young man we have an ideal student. He has shown his stickabil- ity by his untiring efforts on the Advertis- ing Committee. He will some day un- doubtedly surprise the world by his untir- ing efforts to reach his goal. He will make some collection agency a good man, for when it comes to going after something he is right there with the goods. His interest in the school activities is well recognized. .,,, ,,,,,,,,,w-v,,,,,,,,f,,,,,,7,,,gM,4Z,, ,,,,, , ,Wu ,,,,., .. ,,,,,,, ,,,,,,, f ,,,,, 7 V I ,W ,,,,,, 7 ,,,, A ,,,,,,, , V W, 7 fy WW, 7 IW ,,.,, , I, ,,,, W ,,,, 7 W ,,,, V., 0,1-7 ,vyyfffffhfffffiffffw ef f , iiii , J, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 4 f A f f jj, A ,,,,,, A ,,,,,,,., ,,,,,,., :ff fffffff fflf Z "" "" ,,,,,. , ,..,,, .,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,. f"'AA"f """"' ,,.A f""' Z 5 ffff.. , , "W',ff'7 ,....., l ,,,,,, ,,,,., ..., f ""'f'f' X z.,,,,,,,,ah,,.,,! ,M ..,.. W Z 7 , 7 7 W, .,.,,, . ,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,, W , ,.,.,,,,,,,, 7 .,,,,,, 7 ,,,,,,,. 7 .,,,,,,. y ,,,,,,,,,,,,, 7 ,,,. 7 ,.,,,, ,,.,,, W ,,,,,,, y f ,.,.. . .W,,,,.. ,,,,, f"f' ffff'f ,,,,,, ,,,,.,.,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,, , ,,,,,,,, ,,,,, , ,,,, ,,,,,. ,,,,,,. ,,,,.,, x HAYNVOOD DUKE "Duke" Class President, 1, 2, 3, 4: Business Man- ager of THE SPOT-LIGHTQ Athletic Associa- tion, 1, 2, 3, 45 Secretary Athletic Associa- tion, 1: Football, 1, 2, 3: Basket-Ball Squad, 2, 33 Literary Society, 1, 2, 3, 43 Glee Club, 3, 4g Statisticsg S. S. S. S.: Big 3. "Au arc light among the ladies." Haywood is one of the most energetic boys in school and mainly through his ef- forts as Business Manager has THE SPOT- LIGHT been successful this year. He has helped E. C. H. S. to win many a football game through his ability as quarter-back. He is quite a star among the ladies, too, and many have expressed themselves as having experienced heart-rending sighs upon thinking of his indifference toward them. We shall always remember Hay- wood as the esteemed President of '22, DAVID FEARING "Hu111py" CSpecialH Literary Society, 4. "Beware the fury of a fvaficzzt man." Very quiet and continuing to grow so. lndisposed toward exertion, but just let him hook onto the rope in the tug-o'-war contest. Taken all in all, he is a model student. Never clicking into others' affairs and steadily plodding his way, he will some day mount the ladder of success. He is patient and endures the rest of us without any fuss. if ,,,, - ..fW,fffM,ffff ffff ,,,,,f,,,,7,:-,,v,lff32 ffff I fffffwff ffff-f-f1-ff- 1 1 'ff fffff .ffffl yww., 9,05 fffflf ff ,,,,,, .,.. ,,',,N.?,WZ, ,.,, Q ,,.,.,,,:.W, ,X ',,,w,,fM,, 2,3 ,f, ,,,, ,,,, f .7.f, ,,., , X4 4 f ff ,3, 6' ,',",ll 6 ,A,, ,,,, f , ,,,.,,...,. ,,,, I? ,,,,,,.,.,,, 3 , ,,,,,,,,, ffA1f ,,,4f f f"f'f l , ,,,,, Iffyff Z ,,,. . ..,, , f """' hwy W .,,.,,, .,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,, ,,,,...,,,,v, - ,,,.,,,,,,, L .,,,.,,.,,,, ,.,..,,,,.., fy ,,.,,,, ,,,,,,,, V, .,,,,,,. ,,,..,., -ww ,.., ,.,,., ,,,, ph, X www., ,,,,,. , ,,,,,, .,,, Z f,,,,, Z ,,,, W ,,,,,,,,, , ,, ,,,, Q ,,,.,,,, , ,,,, , .,,, , ,,,. I J 14 DELL FEARING . "Dvll" CSpecialJ Literary Society, 1, 23 Statisticsg U-7 Club. "She zzezfer fasfcs the joy fha! springs from labor." For struttin' she is the "limit," as shown by the statistics. Her chief occupation is studying how to get out of studying. It is rumored that her letters from Norfolk come by express and that she has carried on animated flirtations with many of the stronger sex. but at last one has succeeded in vamping the vamp and she has devel- oped a terrible case of old-fashioned love- sickness which threatens to become chronic unless cured by "home" opathic treatment. Dell's greatest paradise is staying in bed in the morning instead of coming to school. BRADLEY FORBES "L011gfcllow4' Editor-in-Chief School Ncwsj Annual Staffg Literary Society, 2, 45 Statistics. "He thinks too 7IZ1lCl1,' such 111.611 are dan- gerousf' If some one were to ask, "Who is that tall guy?" the best way we could answer would be to say, "He is one of the pillars of '22." l-le studies hard, but then he gets repaid for it, because when some of us pull in 75's on a subject, he gets in the 90's on the same thing. No matter how hard we tried, a better man could not have been found for Editor of the School News. g.f.,.,,wwrwf,M,W,fffwwfyigiQ1i?ff,,,,fl40,,,W,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,w,,,,? ,.,.. ffl, ,,,,. ffvfr , ,,,, Z ,,,, , f,,, . ,,,f,,,, A gw W ,,,,, ,,,,,, ,,,,, ,.,, my ,,.,, , ,,,,, E3 .,,, 1 ,.,,,, ,, ,JZ if ,ff f"1ff- "1ff! 'f . ,, . ' , 2 1' "" ., T ,,,,, ..,.,,,.. ,, , 1 ff'f""' ff? ,W,Wa,,.., M 7 Z y W ,.., ,,,,,,,,,,,, ,.,,,,,,,, .,,,,,, Z W X ,,,,,, ,,,,,, ,,,, ,,A,,,,,,, ,i,,, ,,,,,,,, .,,,,, I 4 02 GEORGE GODFREY "Bfismarle" Debating Society, 3, 43 Literary Society. 1, 2, 3, 4. "Little but loud." In George you will hnd the smallest member of the Class, but don't for one moment think his brains match his size. He is one of the best speakers in E. C. H. S. and we expect to hear from him in later life, using this talent, as he is very ambi- tious. George doesn't go out for athletics but when it comes to rooting none of the rest of us are in it. CLYDE GREGSON "Greg" Editor-in-Chief THE Seor-LIGHT, Pro- phet: Athletic Association, 1, 2, 3, 4: Sec- retary and Treasurer Athletic Association. 3, 45 Football, 1, Z, 35 Captain Football Team, 43 Basket-Ball, 1, 2, 3, 45 Managei Basket-Ball Team, 43 Baseball, 1, 2, 3, 43 Manager Baseball Team, 33 Literary Soci- ety, 1, 2, 3, 4: Secretary Literary Society, lg Vice-President Literary Society, 4g Glee Club, 3, 4: Statistics, S. S. S. S.gVQ. O. O. O.g Red Ravens. "This world is awful, oflzvrs may bv worse." "Greg" is a hard and consistent worker, a real student and a strong supporter of all school activities. He may have been seen without a smile but it is not on record. Spends most of his time trying totthink of something funny to say. He is our Editor-in-Chief, and is probably the most popular boy in the High School. He has held an office in everything that he has been in, which goes to show both his worth and popularity. He is a good athlete and just a typical boy. 5.,,....,M,.,,..,.,,,.,,,,,.,.,,,,W,Yau.Zia....,, ,,,,,, - .,,,,,,,, , ,,,,,,,.,., 7 W ,,,,,, y ..., A ,,,,,, , , ,,,,,,, V N., WWW ,,,,, 4 .W ,,,, , ...W , A,,M,h.,,..,,., .... r , , , Z Z I ',',l, ,,,,,, .,,.., ,,,,.,,,, ,,.,,,, ,,.,,.,.,,, "-- - . ,,...,, ,X ""' 'ET """"' 7 V hwy H .,,...,, .,,,,,,,., 7 .,,,,, ,,,.,,,..,,,, . ,,...,,...,,,,,,.,,,,,,, ,,..,,, ,..,..... ,,,,.,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,.. ,.., ,.,,,, .,,,,, ,,,,.,, ,,,,,, f ,,,,,,.,, W ,,.,,,, ,,,, , ,,,, Z ,,,,,, Z ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, .,.,,,,,,,,, W Z ,,,,,,,,, ,,,, , ,.,,,, .,,,,,. ,,,,,,, f 1 A GILBERT HALL Alxgpikeli CSpecialJ .Art Editor THE SPOT-LIGHT: Athletic Association, 2, 3, 43 Football, 33 Basket- Ball Squad. 23 Literary Society, 2, 3, 4: Statistics: S. S. S. S.: Big 3. "l'lI bv 1lll'l'l'j', l'lI be frcf, 171 be sad for II0l70ll'j'.!i "Spike" has it all over Mr. 'Possum when it comes to grinning. He becomes so absorbed when playing with a crayon and paper that he often forgets the teacher in charge and even his pipe. He is quite an artist and as a football player is rivaled only by --. For a jolly good fellow, "Spike" is there with the goods. He has never been known to spend more than ten minutes in the preparation of any one lesson. but he manages to pass. Good luck to "Spike," but what's the use-he will get there anyway. MARGUERITE HANCOCK Literary Society, 1, 2, 3, 45 Glee Club, 4. "Tnll:i11g is more or less a rozzsumpfion of elzvrgyf "Jack of all trades and good at none" is an old expression which finds an exception in Marguerite, for she is efficient in her Business Course. There is nothing she can't do from mastering a typewriter to fooling the teachers. After serving her time in E. C. H. S. along with the rest of us, she expects to lend her exceptional smartness to the business world. Mar- guerite is bound to make good: and we doff our hats to this young girl, who is ad- mired by all who know her. ,,,,,,,0,,,,,,,,.,,,,,,. nm.. Q.. , ,,,,,,, ,,,, , ., .W LN, W !,,.,,f' gem ' ,,.... if-HH! 1 A 1 ,fffflff 4 .Af11ffff'- ,4 ,,,, V? ,,,,, 1 1- ,Q ,,.... 22 if , ' ,Z Wi ,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ffllfl "l"' """"' 1: ,,,,,, , X Z 2,0 -Z ..,,,,,.. 4 ,,fff "" "" ' ,,,, HH? 1'f' 111 X M "" ' 'M ""' Z gwlmitzl Q! fffff . ., .,.., ,,,,, Z 5 , .,.,,,, .,.,.,,,,, .,,,,. 7 ,,,.,,..,,,., - ,,,,,,,, ,,,,..,,,, ,,,.,. , ,.,, ,,,,,,.. 1 7 .,.,,,, W ,,,,,,,. ,,,,,,,, V ,,,,.,,,,,,,, ,,,. ,,,,,,, ,,,,,, ..,,,., 1 f ,..,. .., W X 5 ,,, ,,,,,, .,,.,,,,,,,.,,, Z ,..,,,,,, , ,,,,,,,, ,,,, , ,,,,,, .,.,,,, ,.,.,., ,M ...W ...N 'A I IV, 4 JAMES HATHAWAY -'aw' Assistant Business Manager THE SPOT- LlGHTQ Athletic Association, 1, 2, 3, 43 President Athletic Association, 4g Football, 2, 33 Manager Football Team, 43 Basket- Ball Squad, 2g Literary Society, 1, 2, 3, 4: Secretary and Treasurer Literary Society. 35 S. S. S. S.g O. O. O. O.g Big 3. "Good 111111101' is the health of the soul." "Bud" is held in high esteem by all his classmates. He is present at all social functions and is quite a shiner. His chief amusement while in the laboratory is thc use of the "Down Sound Dialect," much to the amusement of his classmates. Pos- sessed with a strong character and ability to get out and hustle until his work is through is proof enough that "Bud" will be one of the leading constellations in the town in which he settles. WA RREN JENNETTE "HeIIc11" Athletic Association, 1 2, 3, 43 Football. 2. 33 Basket-Ball, 33 Literary Society, 1, Z, 3, 4, S. S. S. S. "If he bc sad, lzu wants 111o11ey." "Hellen," as dubbed by the fellows, is not in the least feminine, as his 110111 de f1l11111v signilies. He is quiet Cin his sleepl and easy-going, yet he is known and liked by all throughout the school. He doesn't stand out prominently in any particular branch of his work, but he is a steady worker whom we may all expect to hear from after he leaves school. "Hellen" is a persevering football artist, and a ripping good basket-ball center. He is good all- round in the school life in general and he is bound to make good in whatever he under- takes. .,,,..,w,...,,..,.,,,,,,.,,.,,,,,7,W?,UZ ,,,, ,,,,,,,,, - .,, ,,,,,,,.,,,,,,, 7 WWW, ,,,,,,, ,,., I, .,..,, , ,f ,,,,,, , ,,,, ., U, ,,,, ,,.,, ,,,, , ,,,, ,, ,,,,,,,, f ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, W Z ,,,,4 ,,,f, Iflgff Z f M., ""' """ j ZWWh0f,My"' ,,,, 7 ,.,..,,,.. 7 ,,,.,, .,,,.....,.., ., ,,,,,.,,,, L .,,,,,,,,,,, ,,.,,,, ,,,,,,,. ,,,,,,,, .,.,,,,,.,.., ,,,. 1 ,,,.., ,,.,,, EM ,,', ZH ,,,,, j fizimww ,,.. .,,, ,,,. ,,,,, , ,,,, Z ,,,,,,,.,,,,,,,, ,,,,, , ,,,,.,,, ,,,, A .,,,, ' f LEONA LEWIS "Nona" Secretary and Treasurer Classg Assistant Editor THE SPoT-L1oHTg Librariang Ath- letic Association: Literary Society, 1, 2, 3, 43 High School Orchestra, 3, 43 Statistics: U-7 Club. "Wz'flz too much quicleucss ever to be taught, Wiflz too 11111611 tlzinkilzg to have 60111111011 tlzouglztf' Leona's practical and resourceful brain shows her to be a born leader. She knows no such word as failure. In any task what- ever success is always hers. With her queenly bearing, sweet disposition, and lofty manner, she holds a large place in the hearts of the Faculty and fellow students. Her superabundance of energy hnds ex- pression in other fields, however, for she is an accomplished violinist. After taking into consideration every quality, we pro- nounce Leona one of the most capable, acl- mirable, and brilliant members of the Class of '22, JULE MODLIN Annual Staffg Athletic Association, 2, 3, 45 liootball, 33 Baseball, 2, 3, 4. "Small in stature but large in esfccinf' Jule is another one of those quiet birds and hard to figure out. A serene, unassum- ing, pleasant countenance, a disposition giving offense to none-he counts his friends by his acquaintances. The athletic ability displayed by Jule, combined with his ability to pass all his work, are ample assurance for his success and he leaves with the best wishes of all his classmates. .M mmmwa ,,,, , 5? ,,,,, W my ,,,.,,,, ,,,,,, 7 ...V W .,..., ,, .,,,.,, W ..'.f 1 .1 f'f' y "" "" W """ 7 'M .,,A, , ,,,4 ,,,, ,A , fe Z ,,,,,,,,,,,,,4,,., ,,., 'f""' , ,,, Z Z M f "fA ""' """" W f 2-Villlllynwu K -..,1 ,V ..,, , , ..,,,,, ,.,,,,.,. .,,,,. V ,,,,,..,.,.., . , ,,f,,,.,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,, ,..,.,.,,.,, ..,.,,, 7 ,,,.,.,, ,.,,,.,, W ,.,,,,,,,,,,. .,.. ,,,,., .,.,,, .,,,,, L',,..,.,! W X .,,,,, ,,,,,,.,, ,,,, ,,,,,,,,, , ,,,,.,,, ,,,, , ,,,,,, .,,,,,, Z ..,,,., A 4 ,Z MAGGIE MURDEN "Maggie" Literary Society, 1, 2, 3, 4. "Newer busy but always accouzplislziug sometlzzizgf' For four years she has been so quiet that not even her classmates are able to tell a joke on her. Unlike the most of us she is one of the most regular students that ever entered an E. C. H. S. Senior Class. Every- thing goes easy with Maggie, whose happy disposition allows no ill wind to drive from her face the "smile that won't come off." Good results are predicted for her in any- thing she should attempt. AUGUSTA SAMPLE "Gus" Annual Staff: Athletic Association, l, 2, 3, 4: Basket-Ball Team, 43 Literary Soci- ety, 1. 2, 3, 43 Glee Club, 1, 2, 3, 4: High School Grchestra, 45 Statistics, U-7 Club "In other words, H10 only Senior uzvuzbmf of thc Baslsc!-Ball Team!" VVho can write all one would like to say about "Gus"? A good student, a good ath- lete, and an untiring worker in all school activities. She not only shines in her musi- cal ability, but she is one of the few Honor Roll pupils of our Class. In passing we might say she is distinctly an individualg she neither caters to, imitates, nor stoops to flatter any one. She has been a good and snappy member of Class '22 and we wish her good luck in any career which she may choose. ,.v.,,,,.f,.,-aff,-f44,,,Wf,?,,g5?55? f,f,, , ,Wa ,,,,,.,..,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,. 7 ,,, ,Mm my A ,,,,,, 1, ,,,,,,, 0 I, ,,,, X W 11, ,,,,, ,W ,,,, 7 I ,,., W ,,,,,.V,7 ,,.,fffWM,m if , Z W ,,,, .,,,f 5 ,fm . Z ,.,,,,,,,,,,,.,,, ,,,,, ,,,,,. ,,,,,.,,A ,,.,,,,, ,.,., Z "" ffff- -.,. 1 f " """' 1 K gwwhhlmlf ,,,,,,, 7 ,,,,,,,,,, 7 ,,.,,, ,....,,,.,.., , ,,..,,,,,,. L ,.,,,,,,,,,, 7 .,.,,,,.,,,, ,,,,,, ,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,.,,,,,, f ,.,, ..,,,,, ag X ,,,,, . ,,,, . ,,,,,,,,, , ,,,,,,,, , .,,,., 1 W I J LESLIE SHERLOCK AlLeSU Annual Staffg Athletic Association, l, 2. 3, 43 Football, 2, 3: Basket-Ball, 3, 43 Cap- tain Basket-Ball Team, 43 Baseball, l, 2, 3, 4: Captain Baseball Team, 33 Literary So- ciety, l, 2, 3, 43 President Literary Society, 4, Glee Club, l, 2, 3, 4g Statistics, S. S. S. S., O. O. O. O.g Red Ravens. "He is a man, take him all in all, I shall not look upon his like again." When not writing laboratory experi- ments or figuring Geometry, "Les" brags on how fast his whiskers grow. He is a great athletic Figure, not only physically. but mentally, having received letters in Football, Basket-Ball, and Baseball, along with being the end man on the Class Tug- o'-War Team. Here is an all-round fellow and an all-round athlete. He has made a record in E. C. H. S. that is equaled by few and surpassed by none. LARRY E. SKIN NER "Larry" Assistant Editor THE SPOT-LIGHT, Ath- letic Association, l, 2, 3, 4: Football, 31 Baseball, 2, 3, 4: Basket-Ball, 3, 4g Liter- ary Society, 1, 2, 3, 45 Debating Team, 3. 43 Glee Club, 1, 2, 3, 43 Schmidtz Brothersg Fuzz Familyg High School Orchestra, 3, 4. "M1zsic hath clzarms to soothe the sav- rzge brcaszf' One of the brightest fellows in his Class and one of the smallest of the lucky old '2Z. He doesn't have to "bone" for exams. He thinks quickly and spreads the fluid. leaving his classmates with their heads bur- ied in their hands trying to think. To know him well: He is a good student, de- bater, musician, athlete, friend, and in all respects a jolly good sport. That's Larry. me-M1wwW.17,, Killa.. ,,,,,,f ,, ,W,..,.,. ,.:, 5 w,,W,,,,., ,.,,............ 7,7 f-Lfhf -1 y N, ......... 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She has made a good thing out of the job as Assistant Ed- itor of the School News. Though she de- votes much of her time to outside work. she never neglects her school work. ROSCOE SMITH Baseball, 2, 3, 4g Basket-Ball Squad, 45 Literary Society, 1, 2, 3, 4. "Not ll1fUl'1'l6d but willing to be." And here is our "Shine-Ball King." Ros- coe is a bit breezy with his language but is an excellent student and has always car- ried a good share of excellent grades. I-Ie is an ardent baseball fan and knows "inti- mately" every player in the big Leagues. At all times he Ends opportunity to chat with the fair sex, and what he tells them we know not. He never claims to be in love but when a fellow orders a 15 x20 pic- ture it's almost a sure symptom, but we are certain nothing serious will develop from it. 1--ff 'A' :::f: "" f ,,,,,,,,, ,A,,,,, ,.,W . ,,,., ,. i sysffa Wfvf f"f' Z W! .,,,.,ff,.,f- ff,1 M -f"" -"f m!,. ,,,,. ,,.,, . A ,.,,,,,,, ,,,,, 5, 5, Z , IQ ,,,,.,,,. ,g ga Q X fm,,,,,9m,,,,,f fy -.,, , ,Z ,.,,,,, ,,,,,,, ,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,.,,,, . ,...,,,.,,,,,.,...,,,,., ,,,,.,.,,,, W N ,.,, W,,.,,,.,?p,,. ,,,,, 1 W .,,,,, .. ,.,, ,,,, W ..,,., ,y,.W,7,N.,,.?f,.,.,.! 0' ,,, ,,,, ,,,,,, ,,,, ,4,,,,,, . ,, ,,,, 4 1 Jn I MATTIE SPENCE JOY SYKES "Mattie" "Cicero" Annual Staffg Literary Society, 1, 2, 3, 43 Debating Team, 43 Glee Club, 43 Statis- ticsg U-7 Club. "Nothing great was ctw' acllieiicd with- out e11tl111smsm." Mattie's enthusiasm is the only thing about her which has remained unchanged during her four years in High School. Her coiffure, her hobbies, and ber mental out- look have all been the subject of variation. She has proven herself efficient as a de- bater this year, but has always shown a fluency of speech. She is a girl who is looking out for a good time. Probably keeping up with her music, her good times, and getting ads accounts for her never be- ing on time at school. But one can't do all things in life and be on time. Vice-President Class: Athletic Associa- tion, l, 2, 3, 4: Football, 2, 31 Assistant Captain Football Team, 35 Basket-Ball, 1, 2, 3, 4g Literary Society, 1, 2, 3, 45 Glee Club, 4: S. S. S. S.g O. O. O. O. "IVl1at is lost in force is gained in velocity." "Cicero" is both a scholar and an ath- lete. Not satisfied with being the fastest man in school, he starts everybody prais- ing his actions in every basket-ball game in which he plays. He is also a good scholar and there is no doubt that he will succeed in whatever he undertakes to do. He is a hustler and in for anything to make money. His ability to "knock a piano" is the crown- ing thing that foretells his career as a great success. 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"Shug's" sunny countenance and inde- pendent manner have won for her a host of friends. She is always ready for any kind of mischief-mischief and a few other things shine out of her eyes. When it comes to playing a piano, "Shug" just can't be beaten. Whether chapel hymns, rag- time songs, marches, or jazz music be called for, she is always ready. Although much of her time is taken up in planning fun for other people, as well as for herself, she is very prominent in every phase of school activities. JOSEPH w1NsLow lfjoell Athletic Association, 33 Literary Soci- ety, 1, 2, 4. "A great idea has struck him-to have a cruslzf' Ioe is one of those easy, sincere fellows who takes time to analyze things before entering upon them, but always sticks to his classmates. The smile upon his face is always evident, which must be one of the chief causes of his many friends. And when he "olive oils" his hair, powders his beaming face, and otherwise prepares for parties, he makes a perfect mark for Cu- pid's arrows. The people of Elizabeth City may well anticipate the return of Joe from the University, where he expects to go. ,, ,,,, ,5,W,,,..,..u 1 , i1i1 ...., ,,,, , .A,,, 1 N IIII, W ,, AM, , j f W ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ff1" ,ffm ,, Z ,,,,, .,,,,,,,,,,.,,,,,, W ,,,,, ,,,.,,,,. ,.,,,,,, ,Z 5 ,W ""' Z2 hwy -f .W ,,,., ,..,,,, 7 ,,...,,.., ,,,,,, ,,,,..,,,,,., - ,,,..,,,,,. L .,,,,,,,,,,, ,,.,,,,,,,,, .,.,.,, ,,.,,,.. ,,,., .,.,,, - ,,,, .,,.,, ,,,, ,,,,,, ,,,, Z ,,,, W ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,, , ,,,,,,,, Z ,,,,, 0 ,,,,,. ELIZABETH WOOD "Lizzie" Literary Society, 1, 2, 3, 43 Statistics. "l'rz'e learned, in wlzafsocwa' state I am, f!lCI'C'ZUZl'1I fo be L'0lIllC'Ilf.H "Much ado about nothing." This phrase is suggested by the fact that nobody in the Class causes so much unwarrantable com- motion as "Lizzie" She has the reputation of being one of the cutest girls in High School. Always happy-go-lucky and right where there is any excitement in the air. VVe think she has chosen stenography as her future vocation. 24 M QWWNQ ,, I ,,,-4,-:W ,T.,:mf,:::f:-3awig33i:e11-1-1,-1-1-,: T-af:-L-aw? i ,W 4 QLLI 1-ww A ,,,,,, 4 f,,,,,, V my , ly WW Au, ,,,,, , ,,,, V WWW 1,,, 7 ,,,,,, 7 ,yy M,,,1ffw,mf ,,, , , ,, A , ,,,,,,,,,,, t ,,,, ,,,,, ,,.,,. ,,,,,,,,, ,,.,,,,, Z Z ..,,,,, "" ""' W rhnfmf .VM .,,,,,, W f,,,,.,,,, ,.,,,. W ..,....,,,,,, . ,,,,,,,,.,, L ,,,,,,,,,,,, ,HW ,,,,.,,,.,,, 1 y .,,,,,, W ,,,,,.., ,,,,,.,, W ,,,.,,,,,,,,, ,.,, V ,.,,,, ,..,,, ,,,,,,, 0 0' , ,,,,, ,,,,, , ,,,, ,,,, ,,,,,,,,,, , , ,,,, .,,,,,,, , , ,,,,,, ,,,, , ,,,,,, A L A Ilieminisrenres uf fittnentpztmu VVhen the sun, dripping red, has sunk beyond The flaming portals of the west, And has left behind the hastening dark VVhen night has been a welcome guest, 'Tis then that we with the hoary hair Will live again in thought VVhat life to us has brought. And ponder long o'er pleasures there- Ponder long in dream and reverie Each deed, each word from our hand or lip We live again Our life's refrain, And we drink the crystal cup sip by sip. From out the mists our youth will arise- A spectre now, but once 'twas fair, And it was a phantom of fairy mien- A bower with dancing fairies seen- A sea of glimmering, silvery sheen, That now is torn, faded and bare, Our canvas is scarred-colors are dimmed, Our brushes are broken and gone, But there the years will live For what the soul can give With radiance a canvas to adorn. A painting fair our dreams have mirrored Of cloudless skies and sunlit hills, lNhere we as youths were wont to dance and sing, And have our times, pleasures and thrills. So back to the dear old days we love- Back to the time Of things sublime, Oh, back again to the days we love. 'Tis then that we with the hoary hair Will live again in thought What life to us has brought, And ponder long o'er pleasures there- Ponder and dream in reverie Each deed, each word, from our hand or lip, We'll live again Our life's refrain, With radiance a canvas to adorn. BRADLEY FORBES, '22, :WW ,rumah ifw,,,7,,eZ??13am,,, an - --11 11,1111- W -Aw-u,,W, ,,, ,,,.,,...W, ,,,, fy ,,, l,, .,, .,,, ,W IM, ,,,,,,, ,, ,,,wWM, 2 ' W ..,A, W f Z ' ,,,,,.,,.,,,,.,,, .,,,, ,,,,,,,,, ,,..,,,, .,.,,,,,, Z N ,,.. """' Z ZW! llff ha IIAV if ,,,,,,. ,,.,,,,,,, ,..,., V ,,,,.,,,,,,,. M ,,,,,,f,,., L ,,,,,,,,.,,, ,,.,,,,,,,., 7 ,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,, W ,,,,,,,. ,,.,,,,,,,,,, .,,, ,..... .,,,,. ,,,,,,, ..,.,,, Lama ,,,,,,,,, M ,.,, ,,,,, WZ .,,, . ,,,, Q ,,,,,,,, , ,,,.,,, ,,,, , .,.,,,, Z ,,,,,,, .ZZ - - J lass history N September, l9l8, there came into the Flizabeth City High in School about thirty-six greenies, otherwise known as Fresh- ff f men. During the first week of High School life these were M N taken, one by one, and escorted tothe school pump by the lordly Sophomores.. Their heads and a great. part of' their -1 clothing were then introduced to the old-fashioned mixture of soap and water, and they received a shampoo and shower gratis. In one of our teachers we met a true Irishman. He had a ready wit and temper and was greatly addicted to hurling weighty lexicons across the room at his pupils for the purpose of enforcing his authority. Wfhen the middle of the term came we made the acquaintance of a new form of pleasure. Having never experienced the delightful sensation felt during examination week, we were at a loss as to how to proceed. During this year one of our classmates per- formed the memorable feat of setting a recordg namely, of securing eighty- five demerits in one month, which record is to this day unsurpassed. After nine months as Freshmen we were granted three months of play. VVe then returned to school to take up our duties as Sophomores. NVe at once made use of our right to welcome the Freshmen and duly escorted them to the pump and bestowed upon them the gifts that had been conferred upon us in our Freshman year. During this year we had three distinguished teachers. Miss Pass was an excellent teacher of great dramatic ability: Miss Arnold was very original and a great friend of the pupils, while Mr. Keister, com- monly known as "Hard Guy Prussia," had a decidedly military air which was almost knocked out of him by a German shell while he was in France. During this year we developed our principle, "cooperation," which has made our Class such a success during the last two years. After a jolly picnic we again sepa- rated to follow our own inclinations through another vacation. As juniors we had as our Class teacher Miss Lipscomb who, though she repeatedly threatened to leave, piloted us through a trying year of High School life. During this year the Class gained the title of the hardest class 'L Yi' 26 A Z-t..i.aw,.W.ww,,,..4MwfWigig,,,,,,ffWffff, ..,.,, ,, ,,,,,,., ,,,, , ,,,., ,,,,.. ff ,,,,,,, ,lfff , ,,,. f ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 4 7 gy! fm f ,,,,, ,,,,,, ,,,,..,,, ,,,,,,,A ,.,,..,,,,,, ,,1, flff f"' f si: ,,,, X ff f'f A" 'f'ffff1 f- , Z Z Zim! f"'f4 ,W ,.,,, ,,,,,., ,..,,,,... ,.,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,, . ..,,,,,,,,. L ,,,,,.,,, ,,.,,,, ,.,,,,,, ,,,,.,,, ,.,.,,,,,,,f, ,,,, .,.,.. f ,,,, ,,,,,, ,,,.Z ,.,,,, Z ,,,,,,,,,,,,f,,, ,,,,, , ,,,, , ,,,,,,,, ,.,,,,,, ,f,, ,,,,,., .,,,,,, ,.,..,, J x . A in the school. In athletics we were away ahead of the others. Most of the players on all the teams were in our Class. During the year of '21-our Junior year-the war between the Seniors and Juniors waged hot. Wfe made many a visit to the school to place our Class numeral on the dome of the building. The Seniors made many an attempt to remove it, but it always re- appeared, and they were forced to graduate under our numeral: the first time a class graduated under other than their own numeral in the history of the school. During these nightly raids, many a light occurred and doors mysteri ously moved from their hinges. .Xs Juniors we attempted to get up a play called "The Turn of the Tide," but this never came off. This year we returned to the school as mighty Seniors. XVe are all deter- mined to work and pass off every study and secure the much desired diplomas. VVe, as Seniors, enjoy many privileges, although because of the jealousy it would incite, it is better not to enumerate them here. So far this year the athletics, for many reasons, have not been a success, though we look forward to an auspicious baseball season. NVe are now working on our Annual and expect to make it as good and better than last year's, which was the first ever gotten out by a Senior Class in the Elizabeth City High School. XVe have our class rings and have decided on our graduation invitations. and as soon as we finish with our Annual we expect to begin practicing our class play, which we hope to produce during the last week of school after our exam- inations. As we draw near the close of our High School life, it is with many re- grets that this will be our last year together in Betsy High: however, we look forward with pleasure-some to the time when we may enter the business of life, and others to the beginning of college life and the further increase of our knowledge and our usefulness to our fellow man. During all our High School days we have had the best of teachers. and wish to express our thanks to them and to our excellent Principal, Mr. Combs, and able Superintendent, Mr. Sheep. FRED VV. DAVIS. Class ffI.Sf0l'liU1I, '22. 27 W..- .,,,,,,,,,,.,, ,,,,,, ,, ,,, ,hyff ff i,,,qfZ4Z2N ,,,f,,,, M ,,,,,,. N .M ,,,,, ,, ,,,,,,,,,, W IW, , ,,,, , 7 A ,.,,.. W .,,,,,, V f,,, of fy H, IN, ,,,,, ,,,, V .,,, 7 A ,,,, 7 ,,,,,, V ,, IA,,.,w,,,,w,,,,,, ,,,,i,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,, , .... f,,f, wma ,,,,, ,,,,,,,,. ,,,.,..,,,,,,,,,,, .,..., .,,,,,,,, ,.,,,,,, ,,,,,.,,, , ,,.,.,. ,,.,,,,.,. ,,,, ,,,.,..,.,... . ,.,.,,.,,,, L ,.,.,,,,,,,, ,,.,,,, ,.,.,,., .,,,.,. .,,,.., . ,,,, ,.,, ,.., ,,...., ,.,,.., ,,,.,,, ,,,.,., ,,,, A,,,., ,,,,,,,,., .,,,, Z ,,,, W ,,,A,,,.,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,, W ,,,,,A,, ,,.,,,,, M ,,,, .,,,,,A A,,,,,, ,,,,,,, 1 rnpbecp of lass of '22 DVENTURI2 is not dead- He who savs adventure is dead is mistaken, for some 1 A "' Z . . . strange and exciting tlnngs can happen to us, even in these days of quiet uneventfulness. Now since Prohibition has 1 'X -1 Z H , 'F . . . been made a law, if you would fain produce the much desired I X., s . . . . 'A 'Ab deliverance from enmu by artificial means, you must run the risk ofbeing socially branded a renegade, as well as tempt Dame Fate in the form of a policeman and probably incarceration in the county jail, pro- viding the sympathies of the hard-hearted judge can not be prevailed upon. Nevertheless, there are yet a few dauntless persons who will face these terrible problems for the sake of excitement. But to come to the point-one night in September, a friend invited me to a party. Very mysteriously he had procured an entire crate of "coca cola" and we were to drink it all in order that we should leave no damaging evidence. I think it's useless to say that I was inliuenced into coming to this party by some other persons. Neither shall I make any amends for my weakness, but if you, dear reader, are male and human, you will not down me utterly. Then, after the party, I was led quietly away to recuperate. But we are told the blind should not lead the blind. If I had had enough sense to follow that instruction, probably the things I saw in my Rip Van XVinkle act would have been more pleasant to relate than that which is recorded herein. But then at that time it was very pleasant to the mind, and I waxed very sleepy, and the Sand Man piloted me I knew not where. Ry some method known only to the God of Dreamland, I discovered myself at some sort of a gathering. At first I thought it was a church soci- able, but people don't wear shiny hats at a Sunday-School party. So I then decided it was some sort of a new-fangled political aggregation, when all of a sudden one of the male members rushed up to me and promptly fell on my neck. Of all people-"Spike" I-Iall. I was delighted and said as much, even though I am modest. Then I inquired of "Spike" the incentive of all the racket. 28 2 .,,, W 0aW,fmmmw,,,m.fm f,,,,,f Q ,fww f,,, ,f ,,,,,,,,,,,,,.,, ,,,,,. ,..,,, 1, .,,,,.,, ,,,,.0, ,,,. A ,,.,,, ,.,,, ..,,,,,., ,..,,,, .,,,,,,,,,, Z Z ,,, . . ff" f ""' Z avwlwyhfmf W- -Aff, .,,,,,, 7 ,,,,..,,,. V ,,,,,, ,...,,....,,, - ,,,..,,,,,, L ,,,,,,,,,,., ,,,,,,,,,,.. fy ,,.,,,, ,,,,,,,, ,.,.,,, 7 ,..,,,,,,,,., ,,,, .,,,,, ,,,,,, ,,,,,,, ,.,, fff' lllffl ,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,, Z ,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,.,,,, ,,,,,,,, 9 ,,,.., ,,,,,,, Z ,,,,,f,,,,, I l A W "What!" he yelled, "didn't you know we were having the 25th anniver- sary of the Class of '22?" ' He then rambled off into a lot of talk about being Mayor of Manteo, the little town that has grown so much in the last few years under his control, and also he spoke of his dear "little" wife. The "little wife" proved to be a modest lady of about two hundred and fifty pounds. "XNell, Eva," I said, "I didn't think you would ever marry such a noted man as 'Spike '." For the kindly helpmate of Mr. Hall was none other than Eva Vkfalston. I would have liked to have asked Eva some questions, but "Spike" was dragging me off to see Dr. J. Haywood Duke. Dr. Duke was still in the habit of flashing "fancy scenery." No, he hadn't gotten caught in the matrimonial net, yet. but he was doing very well as a doctor, not particularly in curing people. but in getting money. Presently we spied a couple in one corner of the room and they certainly seemed to be about to talk each other into a state of deafness. Of course, it was none other than Dave Fearing and Roscoe Smith. You know, they were always so chummy. I didn't think that Dave would leave the farm, but he had. He was in the stock business-"Horse Trading." I was glad I hadn't ridden over on my horse when I found out this. Smith was doing a quiet shoe repairing business in the Fiji Islands. I didn't think it could be so quiet even in the Fiji Islands with him there. Then some one interrupted our dis- cussion. One might have known that it was Mattie Spence. She told me she was in politics and I wasn't at all surprised. She asked me if I were still wearing that same old suit of mine. I supposed she was going to bring up the old-time subject, when-some one slapped me on the back. I knew from the blow that it could be no one except Leslie Sherlock, for it felt exactly like the way he used to slam me around in basket-ball practice. He didn't look much like he used to. He said he had been in the ring and had a title some- thing like "Troy weight Champion." Then we strolled around a while and finally stopped near another group where there were not so many people. Some one was making a speech. I was told that it was Larry F.. Skinner, jr. A lady with a solemn face was standing near, whom I recognized as Annabelle Abbott. They were mission- aries to the starving Chinese. It looked like some one else besides the Chinese was hungry, so I gave them an invitation to a Free Lunch, which they gra- ciously declined. 29 ,Wu ,,,,,,,,,.,,,,,,,.,.,,..,,,.,,,W,,.,,swat ,,f, ,,,f,, , ,,.,.,, ,.,.,,,,f,,,,,,,,.,,, Z I 1 V15 4, ,WK ,,,,,, ,,,?:,y, Y ,,,,., ,W ..,.,,, , U, ,3 , 01,777 , KUV W .,,,, , l,,,,7W7 I Wm ,W IKM! ffl X . Z ,A,, ,,,,,. .,,,,., ,,,..,,,, .,,.,,., ,.,.,,,, Z 3 X .,,, ,,.., ..,,,,,., ,.,,, K X 1 ,,.,,.,,. ,f W. .,,, ,,,,.,, ,.,,,...,, ,,,,,, ,,,, ,.,,.,..A.,., - ...A,,,.,., L . ,,.,.,...., ,,,..,. ,,,.,,,. ,,,,,,,, ....,,,,,,,., ,.,, ..,... .,,,,. ,,,,, K H ...,.,, ,,,, M ,,,.,,,, ,A,,,., , ..,,,,,,,,,, fl X A 1 Fred Davis and Bradley Forbes I recognized at once, as being prosper- ous: especially Fred, who had found in his chemical research a little formula that would make you have the fraternal feeling of "Scotch" without incurring the wrath of Prohibition Agents, while Bradley was a Veterinarian of no mean repute. Finally, if my eyes deceived me not. I discovered a person to whom I wished to speaks-blames Hathaway. I had always felt more stimulated after a talk with James. He wanted to sell me some stock in his Prune Farm at Iiinnekeet. However, I declined, although he assured me it was a paying proposition. XVell. my spirits rose as the evening went on, so I betook myself to a little aggregation of ladies. They were making all kinds of fuss. just like any other bunch of women. They were chatting about the past, present, and future. One whom I recognized as Gussie Sample was relating about her sweet class of boys and girls she was teaching at Shiloh Collegiate Institute. At the same time, lNIarguerite Hancock and lvlaude Brock were having a heated discussion about the qualities of a "good" husband. From the bom- bardment of repartee, I gathered that they were both married and I rather imagined that the husbands of both were subjugated to an alarming extent. The fourth hgure in this group was Lillie Mae Smith. She was decidedly the quietest, so I slipped up beside her and inquired how the past had treated her. She pretended she was glad to see me. but sorry that I had turned out so badly. She said she was running a little lXIodiste Shop in town, and was doing a very prosperous business. I had found out about all I wanted to know here, so I turned around and ran into "Luke" Davis, who looked wickedly prosperous. He told me he was conducting a second-hand clothing establishment on VVater Street, and that he would be glad to tit me out. He also told me that Leona Lewis's husband was in charge of a pawn shop across the street from him, and that she was probably at home attending to her household duties as he hadn't seen her at the reunion. I was sorry Leona was absent, but was glad to know that she was still after "High marks." He also told me that Dell Fearing was not present. as she was very busy out in Reno, where she was seeking a divorce. I was glad to know she was doing so well. Lo and behold! If I didn't run into "Cicero,' Sykes. He had been run- ning an ice factory in Sweden, but had gone broke. He was now thinking of 30 f W ,NM .,..,...,W ,a,,, , ,,,, My ,,,,,,, Q , ,,,,,,..,..,,,,,, .,,,, ,,,,,,, Z 1 , ,,,,,, ,,,,,. ,, l,,,,.,,, , ly .,,,, o f Q, ,,,, , ,,A, , ,.,., X ,,,,,, N f , , .... I... ..rv. f I A ' ,,,, .,,,,.,,..,,,...,, ,,,., ,,.,,., ,.,,,,.,, ,.,,,.,, ,...,, ,f """' ZHWM !'I, ? mlm! .7 ..,. Q ,,,.,,, ,,,,,,,,,, W ,.,,.. ,...,,.,,,... - .,..,.,,,,, L ....,,.,,,,. .,,,..,..,,. 7 ,,,,,,, ,,,..,, ,..,,,,, 2 f,,,,,,,,...,, ,,,, .,,,,,. .,,,,, ,,,.,,. X X ,,,,. ,,,,,, ,,,,,, ,,,,,,, ,,,,,, .,,, ,,,,,,,,,,LV . ,,,,,,,,,,,, Z .,,,,,,,, ,,,,, , ,.,.., ,,,,,,, Z ..,,,,,. A H2 A establishing a Near Beer factory in New Zealand. He said since the country had gone bone dry there was a live opening for such a business. I was informed that Naomi Aydlett was absent as she was taking a toui of the world as a member of Barnum and Baileys Circus. However, "Lizzie" VVood was present. I saw her and "Bismark" God- frey walking around. I heard that they had both gone on the stage and had won fameg especially "Bismark," who played the important part of leading man in "NVhen Man be Man." His imposing voice and modest physique were much applauded by the American populace. But "Lizzie" had gained her fame in the much-talked-of "Four Frisky Females." I was in some doubt of seeing Jule Modlin, because you know how insep- arable he and Lord Chesterfield once were. I didn't know but what old "Chesti" had taken him on an extended tour-but he was making a name for himself as Chief of Police in Camden. But the thing that did my heart good was to see lXzIaggie Murden and her-man. Yes, she had changed her mind since school days and had taken unto herself a husband, and, more remarkable still, she was talking quite rapidly. Very unlike the old days. After hunting high and low, I finally found VVarren Jennette. He was relating some of his hairbreadth experiences in Hyde County, to some of the fair sex, who were either listening with open-mouthed awe or were hyp- notized by his appearance in a dress suit, but it wasn't half as appalling as you might imagine. He was in the same business-Animal Husbandry. Catherine Cooke was taking a course in Cubist Art in Greenwich Village, and was also among those absent. But she is sure to accumulate wealth and fame. Oh, but the Hon. Joseph Wfinslow appeared. He had become the Presi- dent of a Sunday-School and is also doing well in the hardware business, and as beloved by the fair sex as ever. But Joe is a confirmed bachelor, so it is said. I was awakened by the first rays of sunlight which came peeping in through the window of my bedroom. My friends had flown, whither I knew not, but a wonderful headache lingered to remind me of the cause of my peculiar experiences. Truly I had had adventure, and truly was I going to pay for it, I idly reflected 'ere I picked my weary self out of my comfortable bed and prepared myself to go downstairs to greet the oncoming paternal condolence. CLYDE GREGSON, '22. 5....,,,,,,...,..,,, ,,,, ,,,,, ,, ,,,..,s,,,,,,,,..7W ,,,,, W ,,,,,,.,,, ,,,,, , l , .W W, f, , ,,,,,,.,,,.,,,,,,,,, ayayfg f if!! Z ,.,,,,,, .,,.,.,,,., ,,., Z W X 1 ,,..,,.,.,,,.,,., .,,,,f ..,,,, """' , ,,,,A Z Z A ff A , 'i -' X yum ,,,, hh ,,,f Ay' ,...,.. 7 ,...,,,,,, 7 ,,,,., ,,,,,...,,,,, - .,,,.,...,, L ,,,...,,,,,, ,,,,,....,. , 7 .,.,,., ,.,,,.,, ,.,,.,,, ,,,,,,,, my ..,, .,,,.. ,y,,,,yM,,gf ,,,,,,, X Lifiilwzw ,,,,. ,,,, ..,, Z f,,ff. Z ..,,,, N ,,.f W A ,,,, , ,,,,..,, ,,,, , ,,,, h,,u ill of Senior lass OFITICE or "HAPPY" GOLUCKY, ELIZABETH CITY, NORTI-I CAROLINA. STATE OF XVILDNESS 2 . Y , W'BI'RG" OF ELIZABETH CITY, N. C. CoUIwTY OF lXEVER ljOXVNCAST 1 To all tulzfonz if may C'01lt'L'7'lZ.' NVe, the crowd of wild birds who were dubbed Seniors on September 19, 1921, and have been known as such for the past year, having arrived at that time in life when we from High School must depart. do alhrm and de- clare, we are of sound mind and body, and in this condition do bequeath to the organizations and persons hereinafter mentioned, the following articles to be used as they see nt: liirst and foremost, we do hereby bequeath the valuable property known as the Senior Room, located in the High School building on third Hoor, bounded on all sides by a jolly good time, to the Class of 123. Second. The much looked-forward-to Senioljprivileges, which in num- ber are "too many" to enumerate, we do bestow upon the Class of ,23-pro- vided they make good use of them, as we were a little slack in taking advan- tage of "All" Third. Knowing that each class has a crowded stock of demerits them- selves, we leave our demerits which we have obtained tfor no reason what- soever, as usual 1, during our four years' sojourn in Betsy High, to the Class of 'O. Fourth. Vlfith the idea in our heads that we are doing a great good, we leave all the "good looks" which '22 can scrape up to the Faculty. Fifth. To the Class of '23, we leave all the rabbits' feet, horseshoes, and four-leaf clovers that can be collected, because we realize from experience that they will greatly need these by the wholesale during certain cramps unknown to them yet. 32 ,,,,,,,, ,,.,,,,,,,,,,.w,Mi.,,v.,f,,7,,!f,,,,fZ,. ,,,,.,., ,, ,,.,,.,.,, ,. ,,,,, ,., ,,. ,,f,,,. 9 fr ,W .,,,,,, ,W A ,,,,,, ff.. ,,,, , i, ,,,f X W X AN, ,,,,, , I, ,,,, y ,,,. 7 W ,,.. VH ,,., l,,.,fffwfMMf.- A , , , ,, 5 223227, ,,,,,,,.,f,,,,,,,,,. ,M A A 'A ,,,,,. , .,,..,,, 1, ,,,..,,,,,, ff'f 15' 35,1 ,,I, ,f ,. Z ,,,,,., ,,,,,.,..,,,,.,.,, ,,.,. frffff .,,,,, Z , .... . ,f "-- ' 'A"' W QWNMZAXMZ ,, W ..,, ,,,.,,. ,,,.,,,,,, ,,,... ,,,,,,.,...., N ..,..,,,,,, L ,,,,,.,,.,, ,.,,,,,,,,,, W ,,,,,,, W ,,,,,,,, W ,,,,..,, fy ,,,,,,,,,..,. ,,,, ,,,,,, ,,,,.,. 4' ,... ...f X , ,,,.,,, ,,,,, , ,,,, Z . .,,A, Z ,,,, M ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,, ,,,, W ,,,,,,,, ,,,, , ,,,, ,,,,,. ,,,,,, ..,,,,, I lf! A Sixth. To our honored and esteemed Superintendent, S. L. Sheep, we, with all the reverence due his high position, hand over to him all the slang that floats around our room. to be kept in his safe and be distributed among the first class that enters Seniordom without a full supply. Seventh. Every solitary Physics book, together with our wonderful test papers, we leave in the hands of Mr. Jarman, so that during one certain night each month, next year, he may put them in the furnace in order that the heat derived from same may warm his cold heart for the sole purpose that he will not Hunk any member of '23 on the detestable subject-Physics. Eighth. To the great number of "needy" members in the High School. the Senior boys leave their "olive oil." Ninth. After considering a long time on what to do with our magnificent window shades, we leave Professor Sheep the privilege of taking them down and putting them up in the room of the Class of '26, then replacing them with new ones to greet the eyes of the new Senior Class. Tenth. To a certain section of the Class of '25, we leave our studious- ness, although it is greatly limited. Eleventh Vlfe, with all regrets imaginable, give the right to some of our classmates, who could not drive their "ponies" as well as the rest, a place with the Class of '23, along with our greatest sympathy. Twelfth. Qur aim while writing this lVill is to donate to the needy, so we leave our continuous stream of blib to 'Lcertain" teachers. Thirteenth. To the new class entering, we at last give the right to put '23 on the dome instead of the back of the building. Amen. Fourteenth. In conclusion, as we say our farewell word, we sincerely hope that '23 will have Miss Edwards, with her never tiring ways, to help put the '23 SPOT-LIGHT through, as she did '22. To this Will, we, the Class of 1922. fix our Seal and Signature this day. February l3th, 1922. fSignedJ EVA XVALSTON. I V1'f1zc'ssvs J lov SYKES. HAYWOOD DUKE. LEONA Lewis. 33 X I 5 S5 vig? S U lTWSNAYE5HH5V' IUNIORS JUNIORS JUNIORS 55 5, .,.,, wmaufmfff-.hfmfff ,,,,, Z ,572 .,.,,,, ,fm ,,.. - .,,, N ,,,,, , ,,,,.,,, 7 WWW ,,,,,, W AIM ,.,,,, ,, ,,,,,,, 7, ,,,y ,7! ,, W.W ,,.,, , M ,,., 7 ,,,. W W ,,,, ,,,,,, W W, ,,, , ,,, , , , ze A W ,,,,,.,,,,,,, ,,,, .,.,,, ,,,,...,, ""' Z Z ff ,,,, -fJ,7 .A,,, ..,,,.., fflyfff f"'ff """"" ..,,,, ,, fy f'v, ,.,,. 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Mercer Bailey Frank Benton Curtis Berry Albert Bright Herndon Brock Clyde Butler Ernest Corbett VVilliam Dailey Russell Davis Vernon Davis Harvey Dawson VVallace Ellis Harvey Goodwin Holloxvell Goodwin NVilborne Harrell Tilton Hayman Graham Hedrick Jack Iennette Paul Jennings Ervin Midgette Alton Owens Zack Owens Earle Sutton Qlllass IRUII Elliot Warcl Julian Wfard Ernestine Ballanee Emma Barnette Rose Brite Margaret Commander Mary Corbett Helen Dawson Maxine Fearing Leora Griffen Gertrude Harrell Lillian Harris Evelyn Hooper Emma Jacobs Goldie james Grace Jenkins Ruby Jennings Ida Jones Lorena Koontz Helen Little Glennie Lowry Elizabeth Mann 38 ..................Pl't'S1'ti6l1f i YIICL'-1j1'CSldf'IIf ..........,..S'm'1'r'fary ........T1'vas111'f'r Ellen Meliek Sybil Miller Mary Maude Hazel Gwens Thelma Perry Floyd Perry Ethel Perkins Mildred Pritchard Elizabeth Saunders Lorraine Sawyer Goldie Sanclerlin Maud Sanders Estelle Silverthorne Hilda Silverthorne Elizabeth Sykes Mattie Tatum Mary Trueblood Thelma Twiford Fannie VVeleh Fannie Lee West Katherine VVhite Phoebe VVhite Rosalie VVood Morrisette ..anM,w,.-W.f4wfM,,?,,Z,Zq552.,..,,,,W,,,,M.M .,,,,, - ,,,,,,.,., 7 W ,,,,,, 7 W ,,,,.. ,, .,,,,,, V My "'ff 4 1 ffff y "" y W "" y lfww E Z Z 7 ,,,, ,,A,,, ,, ? fi ZZ A W ,,,,,,.,,,A.,.,,, fyf' ff"" ""' f""""" Z f '-'Pf '1'ff 'f 1f.f Z lllf ZW, ,,,,.,, ,,.,,,,,,, ,,,,,, ...,.,.....,, . ,,,..,.,.,, L ,.,...,,,,., ,.,,,,, ,,,,,.., ,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,. ..,, ,,,,,, ,,,,,, ,,,.,.. ,,.,.,, ,,,, ,A,,,,,,,, ,,.,i ,,,,,,, Qlunior lass Ziaistnrp Wfhence are we going-we of Twenty-three? Out of the past we have come-into the future we must plunge. The future is unreadable. So I ask: Wlhence are you going? You answer: "I know not." But this one thing I know! If ye go not forward-all things end. T. IS a very difficult thing to write thenhi-story of a Class that is just startedg about as difficult as writting the story of a per- son's life before he is born. For, as a matter of fact, we have just begun. yVe have hardly made a dent in the future that lies before us: but, even though in our small career we have .ii left, maybe, a few points. For three years-ever since our entering High School-we have looked forward to next year-graduation. This seems to be our highest ambition, our highest hope, but it is not. Our leaving High School will be only a step- ping-stone to something higher: another little print to leave behind. XVell, to enumerate a few of our prints: In athletics we have quite a few who play on the different teams, and the Girls' Basket-Ball Team is practically made up of our Class. Next year this Class will lead the High School in ath- letics, no doubt. And, by the way, our Class will probably be the largest to graduate from this school in its history. It will total, approximately, Hfty pupils. The element of sociability is kept alive by the school in numerous ways. It has been the custom of the Junior Class to entertain the Seniors each year. The regular annual social has been carried off with marked success, with the able assistance of the teachers. It is hoped that next year's Senior Class will be the largest ever graduated from this school. XVILBORNE HARRELL, '23. 39 V NE Lfsfff X 'W NX mf W XW? X N fx V l V Q VW I I , I in W-H. 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I 'ice-Presidvzzf MARGARET NASH ..... ...........................V.... ....,.. S 0 c1'efary-Trcas1u'e1i NVilmer Ballard Lemuel S. Blades, Jr. Selby Cartwright R. Harold Chesson W'illis Dozier VVilliam Dudley Oliver Evans Joseph Ferebee Tommie Gray Merrill Griggs George Gordon Marion M. Harris, Ir. Aubrey Heath James Hill Randall Hollomon Thomas Johnson NVillis Kramer Marvin Mann Lister Markham John McMullan Earle Mercer Dennis Morgan Edward Old Charles Overman NValter Pearson Bradford Sanders Marion Seyffert Paul Simpson QIIHSS Bull Rudolph Spence VVilliam S. Stafford Addison Stanton Edgar Stevens james Sylvester Marvin Trueblood Krauss VValker Dorr Willey Oscar XVil1iams Bessie Abbott Nellie Baun Evelyn Bright Ruth Bright Sallie Bright Dorothy Chappell Mabelle Chappell Margaret Cooper Mary P. Creecy Emily Commander lfVilma Culpepper Mary Dozier Bessie Drinkwater Mittie Fearing Maude Ferrell Margaret Gordon Gussie Lee Harrell Ruth Haskett Eunice Haymaan 42 Margaret Hollowell Sarah Holloman Carrie Hooper Mary Horner Virginia Hufty Nellie jones Elizabeth LeRoy Lillie Mae Ludford Rebecca Miller Glennie Morse Loreen Munden Leona Munden Margaret Nash Hilda Nooney Zelda Elizabeth Owens Marguerite Parsons Mildred Perry Lillian Pritchard Mary Pritchard Irene Riddick Cora Sanderlin Beatrice Sawyer Louise Smith Nannie Mae Stokes Elizabeth NVest Rachel VVilliams Jessie NVilliams Annie Mae VVinslow ,, ,,,,,.,,.,1,wm'..,.m-11,1110 mf 'LM ffff, 1 M, ,,,, ,. .,,.,,,,,, ,,,,,,,f ff f-.1 yi 1 f,,,,f, my A ,,.,., ff ,,,,.. y ,,,, I y Why Any ,,,,., , V Afff v Aff'7 "" y 'f"" W' l""ff' """""' f , ...aia ....... aff, .,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 1 f? f 0 f I f AW if rllrl In ,,,,,, ,.,,.,,.. ,,,,,,,, jf? ,.,.,,,,,,, 4 ,,..,, L A,,, ,,.A,,,,, ,,,,.,,,,f,.,,,A, ,,,,,, Z Z fa -,,,. W. ,,,,, ,IZ ,,,..., .,.,,,., ,,,,., ,.,,..,,,,,., - ,,,,,,,,,.. L ,,,,,,,,,,,, ,..7:1:::::::f..7 ,,,,,., ,,..,,,, ,,,,,,,, ,.,,,,,,,,... ,,,, ,,,,,,, ,,,,,, ,,,,,.. .,,,,,, f mf Z ,,,,, ,,,, ,,,,,, ,.,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,., ,,.,,,,f, . ,,,,,,,, ,..,, ,,,, ,,,.,. ., , , ,., , bopbnmore lass Zaistnrp A vp: N September, 1920, the largest number of Freshmen who had ever entered the E. C. H. S. registered as the Class of 24. R -'51 At first we were green as all other Freshmen are, but it did I X not take us long to become accustomed to the High School ways. In scholarship we ranked high and also in athletics. ' Even the old baseball players were surprised to see how well Marvin Trueblood nlled the place as first baseman for the ll. C. H. S. Baseball Team. Throughout the year we had many good times, and as a grand climax came the Freshmen's picnic. ff ' 1 lla As we gathered together in the fall to begin our Sophomore year only a few of the Class were missing. ln organizing societies we took a leading part, and in athletics, too, as in our Freshman year. John McMullen starred in basket-ball, Jessie XVilliams was a sub. for the girls' team. NVe are proud of the record they have made for 24. Our Junior and Senior years now lie before us with their pleasures and opportunities. and when in '24 we hold in our hand the record of our High School career completed may we be able to say that we have ever lived up to our motto: "Into the midst of things." MARGARET NAsH, 'Z-l. 43 ulnllllnnllll-Zllllllll-ll..li. I .I-'Ill mum unmumr Ill A v-14 see' ZEN UD DD DD ln. Cl D o D D Cl D in Es!! FQ X ini Em 43 '-E in U 'tm , S33 Q XS .Sm Q S NNN ' KBIII :UID llllnnlllnnunluuumrnu uunu nun-nu nn-.naululllllnnnllluliuqggg. E f 5 5 W3 W 'W 2 D MJ mg! u BZ! 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F J - ,""'f"' 'JN 5 , f X xx f b- , V : u 1 y ' 1, E225 I N AIXSL E 2 ,I x 7 Q 2 , Q 1 1 EN-W , . 5 - J' X gyw-M L Fun! nun' ' 1 num 1 a 1 :nil if " 'l'-llg,guL-l- , 5 DDU D DO III!! ,,,,-f-f O1a'f' M1 n'sA'fl" lay 'Hb ,1 rffllllllb I xiillllllll I Nv X J 6 Ts f llilnn I llll il FRESHMAN CLASS Qllass Bull Carroll Abbott .,,,, ,,,, ,,,W.,f,,,..W,,,,, ,,,., ,,,,,,, Q 1 ,,,, W ,W ,,,,,,,, , ,M ,,,, , ,,,,,,, ,,,, ,.,,,, ff A,,,.,,, , ,,,, . , ,W ,,,,, , W. ,,,, 7 If I f ,,,,,, ,A Z ,,,,,A,,,,,,,,,,, ,,A,, ,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,, ,.,,,,,, ,,,, Z Z I ,. . ,,,, f X ZW, llfv WWW! .,,,,., ,,,, ,,,, , ,..,, V .MW ,,,.,..,,,. .ww f,,,.,,, L ,.,,,., f .,,, my ,,,,,,, ,,,,, 7 ,,.,,,. f,m,,iy,.,,,.f.y .,1...,,, , ,,,, ,,,,,,yV,yM,,Vmu5fuMn X ,,,,, ,,,, ,,,,,,, ,,,,Z .,,,,, Z ,,..,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,.,, , ,,,,,, , ,,,,,, ' 1 A J freshman Qlllass fllbtticers CATHERINE HATHAWAY ,.,A,, President ANNIE MILLER SEELEY .. ..... Svfrefary WILLIAM PERRY ............... II'ifc-President VICTOR MORGAN .............. .,.,... Y 'rcaszwcr Lawrence Aydlett Wfallace Bagley Andrew Bailey Vance Bailey Iames Ball Edward Barclay Vernon Barco Dock Brickhouse Robert Buffkin Vernon Chappell Walter Cahoon Melvin Davis Braxton Dawson Edward Dunstan ,lames Fearing Henry Ferrell Hodges Gallop Julian Gard Oscar Gaskins ,lchu Hickman Kennedy Houtz Linwood Hughes Wallace Humphlett J. T. Jackson VVilliam Iennette Avery Jones Seldon Mann Thomas Matthews Paul Miller Victor Morgan Francis Nixon Macon Nixon Edwin Pearson Burgess Perry Carl Perry NVilliam Perry Joseph Pool David Saunders Herman Sawyer Willie Sawyer George Scott Richardson Sedgwick 'Wilbourne Smith I X- 'x Dwight Sylvester Roy Symons Archie Twiford Milton Twiford Matthew VVeeks William Winslow John Wood Eloise Aydlett Margaret Benbury Ruby Bright Minnie Lee Brockett Gracie Brode Bessie Mae Brothers Hettie Brothers Ollie Bunch Elizabeth Butler Annie Byrum Edna Mae Cox Leona Culver Katharine Davis Margaret Davis Mildred Dozier Millicent Grice Nannie Harrell Ruth Harrell Catharine Hathaway Camilla Hopkins Mary Lee Jackson 46 Mary Louise James :Camille Iennette Anna Johnson Josephine Lambert Shellen Lewis Reba Lowry Emily Mann Mary Meekins Annie Midgett Edna Miller Louise Outlaw Evelyn Owens Mabel Pearson Ada Palmer Grace Pendleton Eunice Richardson Lillian Richardson Margaret E. Sawyer Margaret VV. Sawyer Ruth Scott Annie Miller Seeley Mattie Shaw ' Marjorie Skinner Edna Earl Smith Pearl Spruill Sarah Stack Lina Stanton Mary Tarkenton Elizabeth Thompson 5- Helen Thorpe Stella VVhaley Louise White Lillian Wilkilis Elizabeth Williams Lessie Winslow Lillian Wood Evelyn Wroten 4 Z l , ,mumf v N Xt N N .x.ix T N 2 s XS X , ,,,,, ,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,.,,, ,,,,, W. ,,,,,, ,, ,,,,,, ,,,,,,, M ,,,,,. W ,.. ,,,, , , ,,,,,,.,,, , ,,,, f ,,,.,, , ,U,,,, f,,f fy My ,W fflff . ,f fA'ff flff 7 ffff f fffff' f ff f Z ,,.,, ,,,,.,,,,,,, ,,,,ff jf, zz' if 1315 Fi 4 ff-3 I, , WW , N 111, N Niiiiipiic stiiiiiii s1111i1111: 5 .. fa ,,, ,., , ,,,,,,, N N freshman lass iaisturp N September 19, 1921, the Class of 1925 entered High.S.chool with 11Q lrreshmen, thrilled with the prospects of a different 7-if school life. The change from Grammar School to High M N School was quite an event to us. Qu account of our large number, we were divided into three sections supervised by . Q9 -1 . . . 'TTATJ Miss Jeffries, Mr. Sherrill, and Mr. jarman. During the first few weeks of the year we were quite busy becoming ad- justed to the new phases of Work. To have different classrooms with a special teacher for each subject made us feel our importance in leaving the grades. For the 'nrst time in our school career, we had a choice of subjects. Some of us selected the Latin course: others, the course in Science. The Boys' and Girls' Literary Societies, Glee Clubs, and Athletic Asso- ciations were organized later by Miss Allen, Miss Jeffries, Miss Shine, Mr. Holmes, Mr. Sherrill, and Mr. Jarman as leaders. The Freshmen took an active part in each of these organizations. After Christmas holidays, only a short time elapsed before the mid-term examinations, which we are glad to say, most of our Freshman Brothers and Sisters were successful in passing. We are proud of the fact that our Freshman Class is the largest in the history of the High School, and we hope that when we have completed the year and enjoyed the summer vacation, we may return one hundred an ten strong, as the best Sophomores of E. C. H. S. ANNIE MILLER SEELEY, '25. 47 ,ff """"' 4 5 1 g 5 z z 2 g M Illr If H W ..,.,. ,W ,f .,.,,., 7 ,,..,.,,,, W ..,,,f W .,.,......... - ,,,.,,,.,..,.,,..,.,,,,., ,.......,,,, , ,..f.,. , .f,.,,., 6, ..,.,,,, - ,.., .... 4 ...f 2 zz f f 'W' W ' , ,,... Q! ww, f f 7 W 7 ' X 'f-if fral , ,,,,, ,,,,, .. M, Z .,,,., Z ..,.,,..,,,,..,, Q - ,,,, , .,,,,,,,, 4 ,,,,, A nas ww. 1 Dm ESTIC SCIENCE CLASS 1 L ,-nvff-.awfm-f,,,,Lffv,Cff' V 1-,...,.M,,,,.,,.,,-.A V. W ,,,,,, , ,,,, , A., my ,,,,.f V Afff fy W ,Hy My 2 ' Z ,..., ,mv . I ,,,,,. .,,,.,.,,,,,,.,,,, ,,,., ,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,, 5 .,,,, 2 g, fff, , ,,,,, , """" 7 1 1 3 4 4 i Q S 2 iwldlmbhlmf, ..,, ,WM gy , Z ,,,, ,,,,,,,, ,,,,., ,,,,.,,,,,,,. - ,,,,,,,,,., L ..,,,,,,,,., ,,,,,,,,.,,. 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REBECCA MILLER, 9th C .................... ........Aflzlc'tics ........Atl1lvf1'rs .............S'm'iaf YVILBORNE HARRELL, 10th A and B ......... ......... I -itcrary FANNIE LEE WEST, 10th C ............,............ ......... J olev C01ZfI'ZibIlflllg Teflclztvs MISS ELIZABETH ALLEN MISS ELIZABETH IEFFRIES Ghz Spotlight Much interest is being aroused through- out the High School, due to the Annual The Coiztagvozts .7Vlfy1lflllU1'f7 CLYDE GREGSON, '22 "One night as I was sitting by a large open fire, a vision suddenly appeared. was half-dazed . . ." A Basliful Beau MARY JANE PRITCHARD, '24 Mr. Holmes has lost his heart, And soon with him we'll have to part, If Miss Edwards doesn't stop smiling I IVU lV0IIdt'I'.7 VVe wonder why Senior boys like Bur- gess Street so well? XVe wonder why Z1 Senior boy thinks the girls have put him down? NVe wonder whv . . .? fokvs Frank: "Mr. Ryland. why are those bells ringing?" Mr. R.: "For some special occasion, I suppose." 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AUGUSTA SAMPLE Annabelle Abbott Emma Barnett Maude Brock Katherine Cooke Mary Corbett Leona Culver Mary Dozier Margaret Gordon Leora Grilihn Marguerite Hancock Sarah Holloman Virginia Hufty Grace Jenkins Nellie Jones Leona Lewis Shellen Lewis Glennie Lowry Emily Mann Mary Meekins Leona Munden Sybil Miller ,, ,.,,,,,,, ,fy 1: 1: ,, Z Bull 55 ff f X aa,,ia a,,,,,a,a ,a,a,aa i X .2 S1111:1:ig'g11g X .tt.,....t n f,7 fli, if f,.f, ffff W Z 7 will L, ii,,,,. 0 ,,,,,,,. i ,,,,,, , ,,,, ,a., La ,,,, st D 5 5' mi 3 5 :ri 3 1-z Q in P! 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CLS DE GREGSON .........,,...... WILBORNE HARRELL .,..... VVILLIAM DAILY ....,...... ERVIN MIDGETTE ..... Carrol Abbott Lawrence Aydlette Andrew Bailey Mercer Bailey Vernon Barco Curtis Berry Clyde Butler NValter Cahoon Selby Cartwright Vernon Chappell Harold Chesson Williarn Daily Fred Davis Luther Davis Malvern Davis Braxton Dawson Haywood Duke Edward Wallace Dunstan Ellis Bradley Forbes George Godfrey Harvey Goodwin Hollowell Goodwin Clyde Gregson Wilborne Harrell James Hathaway ilDtfiter5 13011 Joe Winslow 57 ...............P7'f"Sfd6llf Vice-President ..................Secrvtury ........................T7'l'U5ll1'07' .........Scryca11I-at-A rms Graham Hedrick Randall Holloman Kennedy Houtz I. T. Jackson Jack Jennette NVarren Jennette Wfilliam Iennette NfVillis Kramer Ervin Midgette Edward Qld VValter Pearson Burgess Perry NVilliam Perry Joseph Pool George Scott Richardson Sedgwick Marion Seyffert Leslie Sherlock Roy Simmons Larry Skinner Roscoe Smith Addison Stanton Joy Sykes Archie Twiford Clement Twiford Matthew VV-eeks ..,,4-.:f:-- --fJwm fmt-g',,,,, ..Z ,,,,,, Z ,,,,, J f f,,,, , ,,,,,,,,,., ,.,,., Q ,A,,,, .,,,,,,. ,,,.,.,, ,,,, , ,.,,, " i ""' hwy ..,,,. .,,,,,, 7 ,,,,..,,,, ,,,,.. .,,,,,,,,,,,. - .,.,....,,, L ,.,.,,,.,,.. 7 ,,,,,.,,,,,. 7 ,,,,,,, .,,,,,,, ,,,,,... ,,,,. , ,,,,v ,,,, ,,,., ,,,,, A ,,,,, , ,,., Z ,..,,, Z ,,,, Q ,,.,,,,,,,,,,,, , ,,,,,,, , ,,,, W ,,,,.. ,,,, 0 Z ,,,. ,,,,,, ,,,. 1 , , Z2 E. H y ,,,, H . I . ,,,,,,,, SN I 3 XNIIIII i ,..,,,, , bulb Snbnol waters XXNNABELLE ABBOTT ELLEN MELICK MATTIE SPENCE LMQRY E. SKINNER, JR. QUIBIIIHIZS ADDISON STANTON LILLII5 MAE SMITH 58 mlxgfigxw .w11W,,74,W??2,r...,.Q:.,,W.l...:4.i. ,lain ,,,,,,,, N my l.,,,,,,, ,,,, ,,, ,7 W,. W,yN,,W,,,,7,m7Q ,.,, W ,,,., ,W i is Z? ,, ,l,, ,,,,, , , ,,,, ,,,, ...... . .... Z ZW, ffff.. ,of ,W ,,VV I ,,.,,,, ,,,, ,,,,, ,,,,., ,,,,,,,,.,,,, . .,,,,,,,,,, L .,,, ,,,.,, ,,,.,., .,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,. ,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,, ,.,,,, ,,,,, ,,.,.., we afff, ff ,,,,., ,.,,, ,,,,,, .,,, . ,,,,.,, - . ,,,, ? ,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,, ,,,, A ,,,,, ,.,,,,. Z ,,,.,,, NW, a, ..,W,,W,,,,,, The ap of Success SAT with a book before me but my mind was far away think- fnn H rail ing of the future. Outside the March winds made a weird noise, which was in keeping with my thoughts. VVhat would f X I attain in life after my graduation? This and many other T as things I pondered. 'Jud Q ff: ,, . . . 1...l lhe lights were already otf but still I sat there: I felt the presence of some one in the room. The certainty of another's presence grew so strong that I turned and there, just a few feet behind my chair, stood a man. His hair was streaked with grey and his form slightly bent. Though he ap- Jeared 'ust mast middle age, the lines on his face showed that he had massed I J l s l through many experiences. Strange to say, I was neither frightened nor surprised at his presence in the room. Seating himself in the chair opposite me, he addressed me: "My young friend, what are you going to make of your life? Are you ambitious to attain great things ?" I told him that I was ambitious to make my life worth while, but that I had nothing with which to start. "If you had your choice, would you choose riches, wisdom, or fame ?" "Riches," I replied, "for what would wisdom or fame be without money ?" "Then come with me, perhaps I can assist you." Through the dark corridors, across the campus to the grove on the hill he led me. There, leaning against a great tree, was a spade. Pointing to it, my guide said. "Dig!" Grabbing the spade I fell to work with a will. Hope surged in my breast. The time had come for me to gain riches that would give me the place in the world that should be mine. The steady fall of the dirt I threw from the hole was music to my ears. Thoughts of the wonderful things I would do filled me with a tingling sensation. The perspiration began to run down my face but I 59 W. N 5....,.......,......... ..... ,,,,y,0 , ,,,,, . ,,,,,, 7 A ,,,.,. . ,,,,,,,, 7 , L., . ,,,, V ,, . ,,,,,, 3 ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ff . f 1 f ff f , ,,,,,,,, ,.,.,,,..,, 4 ,,,, I. ,,,,,,,,,,,, , ,,,.. ,,,,,,,,, flffffffffff 1Aff' "A" """ """"' Z ia f -fvfi I- ., ,.,,.,, ,,,,f,.,,, .,.,,, ,,,..,,.,,,., . ,,.. .. f fWf,,,,WW,,,,?' 7 y 7 y . ,,,, 2 ,.,.,,,.,,,, ,,,,.,.,,,,, W ,,.,,., ,,,..,., 7 ,,,..... 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Soon my spade struck something. My doubt was gone, A box was there! I laid the spade on the side of the hole, got on my knees and tore the box open. There before me was a glittering yellow mass-- "Gold!" I screamed in ecstacy. I reached into the box with hands and arms. I must take it all at once, must hug it to myself. The spirit of a miser took possession of my whole soul. It was mine. Mine? I let it fall back into the box. I looked up at the man who had given it to me. The same sarcastic smile was on his face. I turned to the box again. Alas-there was nothing but dust in it. I jumped for the spade but only knocked it from the edge of the hole. I fell and cut my foot. VVith a cry-I awoke, but I knew success and riches mean work. AUGUSTA SAMPLE. '22. ANNABELLE ABBo'r'r, '22. 60 ,-N.1 ,.,,,,., W,,7.,.,,',,,,,Z 4 L , ,,, f,,, ,,,, ,,,,,A,,,41 , 4, Z .,,,,,.,,,.,,. ,,.,, ,,,.,, ,,,,,,,, H il of ""' ,...,, ,,,,. .,,,., ,,.,,,,,,.,., - ,,,,.,,,,., L ..,,,,,,,,,, .,,,,,,,, ,, ,,,,,,, ,,,,,,., ,,,,,,,, W ,.,,,,,, ,,., ,,,, .,, ,,,, ,,,, M ,,,,, , Qlarulina CState Songj I love thee, Carolina! Broad thy rivers, bright and clearg Majestic are thy mountains: Dense thy forests, dark and drear: Grows the pine tree, tall and stately: Weeps the willow, drooping low: Bloom the eglantine and jasmine: Nods the daisy, white as snow. CHORUS: Let me live in Carolina Till life's toil and strife are past! Let me sleep in Carolina When my sun shall set at last! Wliere the mocking-bird is singing- Where my heart is fondly clinging- I would sleep when life is o'er Sweetly on the old home shore. I love thee, Carolina! Peace and plenty there abide. How bountiful thy harvest Gathers in at autumn tide. Fair thy fields, where grows the cotton- Light and Heecy, soft and white-- And the golden wheat it ripples Like a sea of amber light. I love thee, Carolina! Land of story and of songg Of patriot and hero- I-Iow their deeds to mem'ry throng! Great in peace and great in battle: Heart of hre, to love or hateg Brightest star of all the Union Is the glorious Old North State. 61 ,.,,,, Wm ,,.,. , , 4,,.,,,. N x 4 a Xgflllll N XSTII UU rn H -1 ,.. rn 21 A. rr: U7 I 2 3' -1 rn so 'U o Q r- 51' Z! ff W lHl"I'l II1-'ITIS IIS 3:x'f'f" X --. S 'ill 5 f ww- M , 'fAf-f 45 F 'ZS' W 5 1 11K'I ng. ::::::f::m:::::::.-....I -.-.-:::::::::::::::gi ll 'I I ll an .I ii yi II II ll ll 'a I - , "fur-. 'N lr it f f ir-::'A:," I Si' ,.ZZfiW"l X 1' Sb 1,9 ff- , 2' Q 'gag C JI Ah 'O ' -N 'i 'M 5, X , I 'H' Q-1, .Alu A A nfl- :lx . I lun. - ,I 1 Q ,-4 - '-'. 5:-' f'5.'S ' W 1-1. -4: ' I! gi.-' ' ' "'i:"" . 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Z Z jfunthall 'FXR THLISTICS this year in the Flirabeth City Hiffh School has by ' X' no means been what we had hoped it would be. To begin with, 98' football has amounted to practically nothing. On the opening 3.20 day of school, September l9, 1921, Coach Meekins called for football practice. The team had been practicing two weeks prior to the opening of school. On that day a popular member of our Senior Class, Wfilliam Prich- ard, was fatally wounded and later died. He had much courage and deter- mination, and his good spirits always kept up the morale of our team. This tragic accident put a ban on football for the remainder of the season. Had this accident not occurred, our High School, without a doubt, would have had the best team ever produced in its history. Both Messrs. Flora and Holmes. who have previously acted as coaches, would have been on hand to see that our team went "over the top." However, we hope that no such sad accident will happen again, and that the future football teams of this school will be as successful as ours would have been this year. 63 FOOTBALL SQUAD Z Tr: IN LETTER FOUTBALL 1.. ru ..f .C U .J F3 4-4 1- 9 LD . huzml R PH. C1 P f F5 f- .- .4.a C1 "Y" 1-A-4 I GJ ,- ,.. 2 .lf- Q n E- 2 ,-. Q. 4-1 -4-H 14 C'- .1 .4 r-, CI Q2 P1 : CJ 3-1 L-1 fs P 2 ..- .., f- r w L-T-4 fi f-4 r- V- ..- ,.. v M-4 Z CU .-. ... ..1 T 4.: 1- .-4 1213 ..- P! v-4 C 4.1 4.v L4-4 cu f-I cb C T.: GJ s: Ld .Z E3 2 'T '4-1 r: 6 'LJ .Z Q. YL 3. J ,T -1 CJ ra 'r ... E .Ql- - .- , SW ,...u : QC p-,Qi A: :gf 'Ep 'za I ,".. Q., VT, -'22 C1 W: CD 'UC Lcd U: Q0 ,.. W - zu C5 RJ H.. if-. ,xxx 2:0 3.543 K-57 'Mb-4 fi? 'AWE eg... Y" . 5212 "'f'5-4-J X-4 0591 :QW Ui 'Tl gfr-4 QJQJZ ..-,- 3.5: ,... J' P L-4 SE, 1-41 V.. Lg., QT-if -J,,jlr4 '- I I .-Iwi -ion E171 O... 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Then, too, there is Sherlock. the big six-foot southpaw, assisted by Sylvester, the speedy right- hander, who have faced many a hard batter to hold down the box for the school. Gregson, the "ten-second man," will hold his position in left held for another year. VVith much new material to pick from, we will have a team that the Elizabeth City High School will pride. Among the players we lost last year were Claude Jones and Robert Lowry, both line players. XVe are expecting great things from Claude and Robert this year in the baseball field: especially Robert Lowry, who is at Wfake Forest. ,Xlthough we lost several games last year, we made a very line record. Of all the games played, the game with Old Point Comfort College was considered the best. Even though we were defeated in this game, we still feel superior over this team. Hertford was defeated twice by the scores of 15 to O and 2 to O. The last game played was with lfdenton. Wfe were defeated by them with a score of 5 to -l. This game was lost through the lack of batting qual- ities by various members of the team, thus ending our chances for State cham- pionship. 66 Ig X A s , ILBAXLI aj Q.: Cn: 'P .J L2 '22 1: ,iP- :J , . 52: 1-.: i-'U .Q-J fri .5 s-,Q Q.: E "FI 155' MU -2 L., 55 .2 ga. 3 ou' U cfs 7' fm 5 sq, Q x..-,Q UH 4 W QJ :ji : 3 L Q-,Q DE' gi ii 5 I" v-4LQ U .: ':,- 3 OJ r' L.. fy ,E ' 5-Qv?-.4 .i .25 cu 4-I' Ill : f 21- ,Q 3 3: Ui 511 55 2 Z L" 'J ,'- CJ H2 ,- u -1 :: '-M: .fu Q., :: Z f ..- r-'tqi 5 ,114-3 '4.I.'wq.3-. gcuv. ..,l-1: ZIV:-dai? ix Qing Gm 5 ww ,- Opp:-1 152g ,TE lg?- :pig ,:L,: , ,CZ-lamp? M Q A-I 4-'gin-Z' :HL--in QJHQA7 .WJPJM .-Ugg 3 .- ,-O4-I o5..w- Q1 Ujtu 2 Q tr: 4-1 "a.ax"5 2:22 "'..fZ11-nr-"' O., A mi Q 5 Boys' VARSITY B.xs1qET-BALL TEAM ? ,,,,,, Z 5 X ,,., 427 ,,,,,. 9 ' .,,,,, QWZZ ,,,,, Z ,,,,,, 7 W .....C0afl1 ..,..COUC1I F orwurd Foruwrd ....CL'llfEI' .....Guard .....G1ll1l'd . , , Mx.,x.efw GIRLS' VARSITY BASKET-1M1,1. 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' 2+- 5025 nr, 3. z 0 zo ORCHESTRA ,,,,l,.,, , ,,,,,..,,..,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,.,, ,,,. ,.., ,,,, .. ! ,, , , , ,,, .... W, , , ,,,f ,,,,, ,, ,,,,,,,,A,A ,,, ,,,, ,,,, .. ,,,,,,,, 'fff'ff' 'f '1 W 1 f'er , ,,. ,, ff'f' Z lfv, g ,,,,. , "" ' tefdf I 1 t W ff' a'uW,WA!M4f W ,.,. My ,.,,,,, ..,..,f Z .,,,,,..,,,., ,, ,,,,,,..,,, 6 ,.,,,,,.,,,, ? ,,....,,,.,, fy ,,,,,,, W,,.f,,,.,y ,,,, ,Miz .,,,,,,,,,,,, V ...., , f ..,,,, W X ,,,,,, Z, ,,,., ,f,, ,,,., ,,,, W ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,.,,,,,,,,,, W .,,,,,, ,,,, , .,,,,, ,,,.,,, Z ,.,,,,, if Z Q Qrpemhers MISS ETHEL V. JONES .,,... ...4.,....,..,, .f4,.. I . mfivr l'i0Ii11x MISS ETHEL JONES LEONA LEWIS LARRY SKINNER Pigng Drunzs EVA VVALSTON CURTIS BERRY Ulczzfvlvs AUGUSTA SAMPLE KATHERINE COOKE EIIQEIQBUIZUIS The year '22 has been very successful in every respect for this organiza- tion. It has taken trips throughout the county, together with various local engagements, during which concerts were given at Newland School, Fork School, and South Mills. The program was live, varied, and complete, including chorus songs, quar- tettes, both popular and comical: varied orchestral selections, including just enough jazz to make it "snappy" Various comments, local and throughout the county, have shown that the programs never fail to please the entire audi- ence, Whether playing for a banquet or rendering a special program. On the whole, the Orchestra has been an overwhelming success, especially considering that this is the second year li. C. H. S. has ever been represented by such an organization. 77 GIRLS' GLEE CLUB 4 4 f Hsxxxisi x-mvX vm! S 'N ..,. as it 5 5 FY5 EXE E s 5 X? Xi,.. , ,.,. - s X , 5 5 5 JMX. ,,,,. ,,,,,,., , :g i2 Q ,,,,,,,.,g K S1111 xi 1 X 3 X S Q 3 Q f I ,W mfffmi, f.,,,m,,,,., , WW 4 Y Girls 6122 Qllluh 2Dfficers MISS JEFFRIES ....... ........ D irccfor VIRGINIA HUFTY ........ Lt-adm' EVA WALSTON ........ Pianist members Eloise Aydlett Naomi Aydlett Rosa Brite Elizabeth Butler Dorothy Chappell Mabel Chappell Emily Commander Mary Perkin s Creecy Lena Culver Katherine Davis Margaret Davis Mary Dozier Mildred Dozier Millicent Grice Leora Griffin Marguerite Hancock Margaret Hollowell Virginia Hufty Grace Jenkins Nellie Jones Anna Johnson Lorena Koontz Emily Mann Mary Meekins 79 Annie Miclgette Edna Miller Rebecca Miller Leona Munden Marguerite Parsons Ethel Perkins Augusta Sample Cora Sanclerlin Elizabeth Saunders Beatrice Sawyer Lorraine Sawyer Margaret Sawyer Ruth Scott Annie Miller Seeley Estelle Silverthorne Marjorie Skinner Mattie Spence Elizabeth Sykes Helen Thorpe Mary Truebloocl Eva Walstoii Stella NVhaley Phoebe White Jessie VVilliams X, Z-,,,,,,ff,,,,,,,,. ,,,., ,,,,, , W., ,,.. ,, Z Q f ,,,., ,,,,,..,, ,I ,,,,,,, .,,,,,,.,. ,,,,,. f ,,.,,, Z, ,,, ,,, ,,,, . 1 .. ., ,,... ,, N M X ,..,,, W ,,W.,. ,,,,,,,,, M ,,,,f , .,,,,,, X W ups' 15122 Qlluh MISS ETH EL JONES ,..., lfirsi 'lsmzur C.xR1.'1'uN xV1'lUlJl.1iY CH.x1u,1as fJYERRI .xx RRAXTON Dxvvsnx Rmalilw T. 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Ch, here they are, the Schmidt Bros., right side up, handle with care, use no hooks. fragile, etc. This is the way they were labeled when they arrived, the box all pasted over with different colored stamps collected on the way from Holland, Land of Storks-so much for a beginning. Vell, as I vas saying, they are brothers, they are named Schmidtg they came from the land of the pretzelg and wash in lager beer every Saturday night. And, by the way, Fritzy is the stronger. Who wouldn't be? I-Ie eats limburger. Und by Jink-go, they are both sports-Louie und his brudder Fritzy. In der evening by der moonlight you can hear dose brudders singing-but by der moon- ,vlliuv-by gollys dey sing demselves clean crazy. Vell, as I vas sayingfas I vas saying-as I vas saying-Oh, hang it, vot vas I saying? Oh, yes, I vas talking about Gold-Dust Twins. No, that isn't right. Schmidt Bros.-that's it. Vell, as I vas saying, der Schmidt Bros. vas vun precious pair, Now l vill sing a leedle song, untitled: "Dose Schmidt Bros.": Dose Schmidts vas brudders two, Dey liffed by der beautiful Rhine, Dey ate up der pretzel-und quaffed up der lager, Und ate all der limburger dey could iind. So up dey grew, Dose brudders two, Dose poys uf Heine Schmidt, The short-legged one, Der long tall one, Louie und Brudder Fritzy. 88 X ,iw ,,f,f A ,f,,,M,,,w ,,,,, , .,,, ,,,,, ,,,,,, ,.,.,.. ,, ,,,,,,, ,,-1 "" 2f4fff f fffffi ,,, ,,.. z ,,,,,,,,,,ff 1f ' f'f'fff" if f 1 Z 7 ,,. ., ,, ,, , ,,W, , ,,,. ff,fA. if J 1 ,.f, 2 ,,,., .,,,,,,,. f il Z I I , M , , ,,,., ,, ,,., ,,, ,,A, ,s ,,A ,. ,, ,,,, . ,,,AA, . . 7 ,,,, ,, W ,AA , ,,,A,,A, ' X' f ,,,,,., ,,,,,,, , ,,,,, ,,,, ,,,,,,.,,,,,,,,, ,.,,,,,,,,,,. ,,,,., , ,,,.f,,, ,,,, W 3749272 The itaunrbing In setting sail on the sea uf life lYe launch a fragile bark To buffet the waves fm lllllilltbwll seas, To mysteries sealed and clark. lfillecl with eager passions Thy bark thruugh sturms will ricle: Hut heecl not wincl nur billfiw, Nor trust the heaving ticle. If all thy faith is thrust in une- That's thyself-thy task is cltme. 89 But , .,,, XV. 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"Yes, ma'am," replied Eva W. "And now, who followed Mary?" asked Miss Newton, hopefully. Silence-then Eva said triumphantly. "I-Ier little lamb." Joy had been fishing but with bad luck. Un his way home, he entered a fish market and said to the dealer: "Just stand over there and throw me five of the largest of those trout." ' "Throw them? VVhat for P" asked the dealer in amazement. Joy replied: "I want to tell the family that I caught them. I may be a poor fisherman, but I'm no liar." At the basket-ball game. Dell: "Wfhy was that a foul?" Duke: "Because Greg was holding." Dell: "I'm not surprised." Prof. Jarman: "Do you think this class is a joke, young man ?" George: "No, sir: I'm not laughing at the class." XVhy is a classroom like a Ford? Because it has a crank in front. and thirty or forty nuts behind. "You have a lovely hand, Annabelle," said Bradley, softly. "Do you really think so, Bradley?" Annabelle replied. To which Bradley replied: "I know it. I wish I had a hand like yours." "XVhy don't you ask for it?" was Annabelle's answer. 96 X L ii it v?,,,,,:: ? l ,, ,A,,,, ff W ,AV, Z .,,,,,, ,,,,A. ,., ,.,, , , AA,. ., , AA l I,,A l A,, I , Af , ,A,,,A ,,,, ,,, ,, , V VVV ilA VV Z ,,,, ,,,, , ,,,,,.,, ,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,A,,,,, ,,,,,,., ,, , ,, ,. .,,,,,, ,,,,, f fl lfy ff A fy v ff f Z , XXI X, wi ff fffffglffb P Y ill' wc, .1 ll ll If jjllll ll 11.1 l ta,q5f:f1U:-ff . 1, - 1. l ,gif ,ff,,,.ai ,,l4yj a ll .l , Q lf 1 ll?lSNlQ I ,im ff ff ff np Q' .f Q fl ll lf A W Z y WA l lllll ill fl kgx We A l J lf. 4,2 X l l i7 5 V 2 Z Tell me not in mournful lurzxys This is but sm empty mule, For 21 tcucllcx' Ilne I triccl tru llrzu XYl1cn, alas! my pen clicl up il V, ml slip, :Xml this I drew-an ulcl hee-lmw. XV . H. 97 ll ..,,,,..,,,,,,,.f,,.,,,,-w4,,,.,.,M,fjgiZ12.1,,,,,,0,M....,,..,,..,,M-W.-.- ,,Z N, ,,.,,,ff-,,N.. ,,, , ,. ,Z,,...,l,,,. 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Leona C feeling romanticl : "Drink to me only with thine eyes!" Fred: 'Tm sorry, but I left my glasses at home." Mattie: "Aren't the new gowns becoming P" Larry: "They seem to be going." ln General Science Class? Miss Pickard: "Name some of the uses of the small electro-magnet." Paul Miller: "Telephone, shocking machine, telegraph instruments, and shock abshorbersf' Miss Allen was riding in the side-car of a motorcycle with a cheerful youth driving it and they were moving at a scandalously rapid pace over the road. "Auntie," said the boy, after the fourth or fifth hairbreadth escape from destruction, "you're not feeling nervous, are you?" "I am, rather," answered Miss Allen. "This is only my third ride experi- ence on a motorcycle." "XVell, you've beaten me," said her nephew, with a happy grin. "It's only my first." 98 5 2 7 X Z ,,,,, ,,,,,, ,,,.,,,,, , ,,,, ,. 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'QW f1'5p'4f ' -' fggzpsgfz Q14-XMB Q ' gf- 'n I '. ff557M-765'-93'h' ' ' Tblfgi igmwg 'Fi " s 9 1, 4.45 Our Faculty is made uf sages, Scholars :md jumpingsjucks, XX'hw try tu teach, Moralizc and preach, .-Xml pass it out in sacks. 99 XY. H. J 2 f ,..,,. ,,,,...,,.,,..,-M,,m,M7,Wm? fffflfff q M fl., M W .,,,,f.,ffffff,f 7 fn, ,,,,,,, U., X ,,,,,. ,, .,.,,., ,, f, , ,,,, IH, ,..,, , ,.,, , ,,,, , l ,,,, , ,,,,,, Z ,,,, I ,,,, ,fh,,,,,.,,,,,, 2L,gf1',7, ,,,,,,,,,,.,,,,,,,,. ,M , A A x , ,uf ,,,,. , ,,,,,,,,,,, ,.,. ,,,,,,.,,,,. 2 A 5 f ,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,.,, ,,,,, ,,,,,, ,,,,.,,, ,.,,, Z f'1-f Z f Zuwnwmlmlf 4 .,,.,,, ,,,,,.,,,, ,,,,,, My ,.,.,..,.,., ,., ,,,,.,,,,, 3 ,,..,.,,,,,, ,,..,..,,,, ,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,7.,,,,,,,7 .,,,,,,, , ,,,, ,,,,, g g,VwmV,m,LfWm X L ,,,,.,,,. .,,,,,,,,,,r ,,,. ,.,,, ,,,,,, ,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, f ,,,,,, , ,,,,, ,,,,,,, ,,,, , ,,,,,,, 4 A A - v rlll s mer, hat is a vacuum?" Prof. Jarman: "Gilbert Gilbert: "A vacuum is where something was and has just left. XV vu vv Larry Centering a barber shopl : "I want my moustache dyed. Barber: "Certainly, sir: did you bring it with you P" A young student remarked: "I counted just nineteen hairs on Mr. Sher- head." Sherlock: "Two baseball nines and an umpire." Jessie: "Nellie, what makes the leaves turn red in the fall?" Nellie: "They are blushing to think how green they have been all sum- Mr. Ryland Cto postmanl : "Have you any mail for me to-day?" Postman: "Wl1at is your name P' Mr. Ryland: "You'll iind that on the envelope." Sherlock: "Sykes, did you take a shower after basket-ball practice ?" Sykes: "No, is one missing ?" 100 eff? 42 " vw igiffiyif ig 2 SEPTEMBER 19 Came back to jail after leave of absence Short H ' il L E vfy 4 f 1 li s H Will. 'UNiUf'- UU eip' F F -1' fi' ' fr x. "-'E W Xf- JANUARY 13 Girls play basket ball at Belhavew JANUARY 19 OCT-OBER3 r ho ror 23 w s 0 e Elected Annual Staff dome , OCSBEHRL f , JANUARY 20 ' ' V y r air' Boys play basket-ball at Edenton. f ' g OCTOBER 18 W ' l l I To our horror most of us "flunked JANUARY 23 l i , l on Physics," '22 returned to its old resting 1 ii r OCTOBER 19 place on the dome. 1 ' 'Q , Majority "went flat" on French. JANUARY 24 ' if OCTOBER 27 Mid-term examinations began. X '23 was seen in big white figures JANUARY 27 lx ' ' on BACK of building. NOVEMBER 9 Orders to keep the piano quiet at dinner hour. Dancing forbidden. NOVEMBER 10 Senior rings arrive. NOVEMBER 11 Armistice Day celebration. NOVEMBER 18 Boys' basket- ball team Hertford at Hertford. NOVEMBER 22 "Baby" fireworks exploded. NOVEMBER 24-28 Thanksgiving holidays. DECEMBER 6 Miss Allen was bombarded in study hall. DECEMBER 10 Voting on statistics-quite an ex- citing time. DECEMBER 21 Christmas holidays. played JANUARY2 Return unwillingly to our studies, after a Merry Christmas. JANUARY4 Clyde, Spike, and Warren went broke breaking lab. apparatus. JANUARY 12 Mrs. Wooten here from New Bern to take Spotlight pictures. JANUARY 13 Boys play basket-ball against Edenton here. Boys' basket-ball team played Hertford here. JANUARY 30 Everybody feeling fine, examina- tions are over. FEBRUARY 1 Senior girls turned out in hair ribbons. FEBRUARY 2 Miss Allen gave us a demonstration of kids in kindergarten. FEBRUARY 6 Everyone talking about good time had at reception. FEBRUARY 7 First snowballs struck us. FEBRUARY 13 Two certain boys got marriage in their heads. What's keeping them from it??????? FEBRUARY 14 Celebrated St. Valentine's by hav- ing one session. FEBRUARY 15 Spike and Warren passed on sec- ond Physics exam. Amen!!! FEBRUARY 22 George Washington's birthday. Hooray! Half holiday. FEBRUARY 24 Energetic doings-fixing up the Annual. FEBRUARY 27 Annual goes to press. Adieu and amen. Rest in peace until April, 'J 1 9 u '77 Q3 gxww Ufxliffx NVQA ff Qfigfffvff -qfgwk Sass Qxiiwhimmff XX ,W Kg ff g ffmwn Hr ' f WMM!! MQW WWW, W ff 71 f Z ?4S7 "X RSX zJ i Wsvlnmvf ,.4 f h I f f fm ,Q y ' , fXl 4, xx - -Xxx M -- - . TAX ' - -.. XA V X 1 M f 5 ' Ef wx NX! pix X X-Z A M M it fax Lim D I ,Q We XF M . Q W HMX - . is kiss X' jg lvx' V x fglw- , ,NX Q " .in QM' Nl!" Q, M V X, f I' x-XSlNd'1HN1,X? X f BY 1 XS 1 --M Vx f f Hi j N55 lff'f,5 ANN A Q 1 fQA ,4 M521 vu ! j 11- X ll!! 5 N Ei 4.711 wage--I-K IC? Savings Bank Trust Co. Elizabeth City, N. C. OFFICERS P. H. WILLIAMS E. F. AYDLETT PRESIDENT VICE-PRES. H. G. KRAMER VICE-PRESIDENT AND CASHIER W. H. JENNINGS Assr. CASHIER and Condensed Statement of Condition DECEMBER 31, 1921 RESOURCES 2 LIABILITIES 1 Loansand Discounts . . . 5i1.106,703.53 Capital . ' ' ' 1 . 1 .swonoooo Bemis --------- 84700-00 surplus and Profits . 154,000.00 Banking House, Fufnifuff' 37 00 Unearned Discount . . 2,750.00 Canhd Fgtgresf' ' B 'k' ' 133368, I BillsPayable. . . . 85,000.00 Tas 3? 'ie form an S ' Sgggoooj, Dividend Account . . . 6,000.00 mst 'Wes mens "" ' ' ' 11 DEPOSITS , . . . . l,137,l47.87 Accrued Interest Receivable 2,180.47 1 S1,484,897.87 Sl,484,897.87 Large Enough to Prolect You ,' Small Enough Always Ready to Serve You Know You ,' Albemarle Pharmaoy PIANOS THE PRESCRIPTION STORE VICTRO LAS Pure Drugs Right Prices Courteous Treatment THE Prompt Delivery NUNNALLY,S CANDIES D DRUGS AND MEDICINES PERFUMES CO. TOILET ARTICLES CIGARS AND CIGARETTES P T O FACE PowDERs COSMETICS M503 AND RG-ANS 5 SAVED .SODA FOUNTAIN OPEN ALL YEAR Southern Hotel Building Phone: One-Five-Two We Deal Direft Elizabeth City North Carolina ELIZABETH CITY, N- C- . . R. C. Abbott Tfne Bzggesf Lzlze of FORWARDING Bgd and MERCHANT Di And Dealer in Furniture GUHHOS S d P Ever Shown in Elizabeth City CC Otatoes Seed Peas and Truck Packages QUINN FURNITURE Co. ELIZABETH CITY, N. C. X U . . Stylis h Apparel for Young Women 7',,5'l ' - I Lates , I- ei 7 vii' filflllli , " V' l ' Illia ll I I V 'IIIIII Ui ' I I ii 'ii W ', xilwil ll , Q M. LEIGH SHEEP COMPANY WOMEN'S WEAR ELIZABETH CITY, N. o. Clothes that are cliflerent, with distinction in every garment. We are specialists in our line and will appreciate an opportunity of showing you the newest arrivals in up-to-clate wear- ables for morning, afternoon or evenings. t New Yorle Creations Received Weekly ia One of ihe few Industrial Ipsti- futions of America whzeh have weatherrd three Sharluer 5' White I'larclWare Co- Wholesale and Retail OOO OOO OOO HARDWARE and FARM SUPPLIES wars wiflzou! finan- cial impazrment. OOO OOO 1OOC Within the last two years it has doubled its ' h I th I g 1 facilities. ll is torlav y ar e ar es manufacturer ol S l X E S in the world. J. H. MCMULLAN, .IRI DEALER - ELIZABETH CITY,NORTH CAROLINA All Northeastern North Carolina 6 N AUTO AND GAS ENGINE WORKS INCORPORATED 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 Genuine Ford Parts A large line of Accessories, Oils and Greases Insist on Genuine "Ford" Parts for all Repair Work Bogus parts are a dangerous and expensive substitute 105-7 N. WATER STREET c. W. GATHIHR, Manager SHIRTS Weeks 81 Sawyer CCWAKTE the Bef! Cfofher Come from" DIAMONDS VVATCHES H. C. BRIGHT COMPANY filrlnvlrrz Pbam' 504 I-IINTON BUILDING SILVERWARE CHINA G - J f 'N CAPACITY 75 TONS DAILY Crystal Ice and Coal Corp. 5I'i?lN5?l2?F.iA ICE DEALERS 5:ZifY'ONm 'l2lepfzone5.' 16 and 716 ALL ORDERS PRONIPTLY FILLED ELIZABETH CITY NORTH CAROLINA Fowler Company G- W- Twiddy Dry Goods N otions Hosiery A Spechzffy EE! We appreciate your patronage Phone: 185-985 LVIRYTHING IN THE GROCERY LINE If it's good to eat we have it CHASE Sc SANBORNIS TEAS AND COFFEE 112 S. Poindexter Street X 1 Read What Building and Loan Does IT leaciies ECONOMY - . mmm Albemarle Building and Loan assures INDEPENDENCE prevents POVERTY In old age assists one to develop STABILITY ui CHARACTER "'Y:fdfjuf1hI?ll3ffATlONAL FUND Series opens Hrst Saturday in inculgales Mar-Ch and September in each In USIIIEBSS secures you against FINANCIAL EM. year- Shareholders solicited - BARRASSMENT usiubiiuhus for you u COMMERCIAL either borrowing OF IIWGSUHQ- CREDIT wlierever you live ESSMCRIME Six per cent Investment to all euuiies youtoa BUSINESS STAND. alike. Let us talle tlie proposi- ING wliicI1tI1e spencier never acquires , , h IT makes for BETTER HEALTH una u Iow UOU Ovef Wlt YOU- DEATH RATE HIBIQCS One B in every WY J. P. KRAMER W. BEN GOODWIN is a source of SATISFACTION, MA- yd S T TERIAI. BENEFIT and PLEASURE Pres' em' ec" mas' to your family ROOM 214 IIINTON BLDG. BUILITNQ GND LOAN MEMBERSHIP - I. at s a CULPEPPER WEAR GRIFFIN, OLD Ex Red ROOSIGI' HOSIERY IXDWR MANUFACTURED BY General Il'lSl1I'aI1Ce and Surety Bonds IDEAL HOSIERY Co- IXQQKI EI Robinson Building PMSNOA 4, n ELIZABETH CITY Poindexter Street N. C. M J 0 N 7'e!ep!zof1e l 84 me e m Co mm? Speczhlzkzhg .' IRISH and SWEET POTATOES CAR LOT Sl-IIPPERS REFERENCES: FIRST AND CITIZENS NATIONAL BANK SAVINGS BANK 81 'FRUST COMPANY The Apothecary Shop Betsy High's Favorite Drug Store STY LE HEADQUARTERS Meet Your Friemfr at Our Soda Fountzzin Where Agents for Whitman's Candies - Conklin and Waterman Fountain Pens Soclety Brand Clothes Eversharp Pencils are Sgld Penslar Remedies and Toilet Requisites Wearever Rubber Goods Prompt Delivery Fair Prices E Special attention to Mail Orders THE APOTHECARY SHOP D. 2llICl' H21l'l'lS In the Hinton Building .4 Th City T il rn C 21 O Phone 400 Carolina Banking and Trust Compdmg Elizabeth Citq, N C. S Il ' Q. ' ' v hu QJ be Member Federal Reserve Sqstem Double Supervision-Federal Reserve and State N A. L. PENDLETON, Pr d t R. C, ABBOTT, Dice-Pres d nt QURNEU P. HOOD, Dice-President and Cashier GEORGE R. LITTLE, Assisiant Cashier N. ID. DAILU, Manager Insurance Dept. Capital Stock, s25o,ooo.oo "The big New Bank" X 1 f N Plgmmg Coezcacagoamy Wholesale PETROLEUM Notions and Stationery AND ITS PRODUCTS Water Street Elizabeth City, N. C. CAR O LIN A POTATO EXCHANGE INCORPORATED Growers and Distributors Irish mm' Swear Potatoes ' You KNOW 'EM-WE SELL 'L No. 14 Poindexter Street Phone 631 O J f N Rucker 81 Sheelq Co Elizabeth Citq's Best Store Manu of qou girls and boqs who are graduating from High School this gear have been taught bq qour mothers and fathers to do qour trading at our Store. lt is our sincere wish and earnest de- sire that, as the gears roll bu, qou maq be bound to our Store bq ties of closer friendship through The High Standard of Merchandise and Service that lDe Han Set for Uou Cl' he Spencer Co. THE tvten's and Boqs Clothing Clothinq Furnishings and . Shoe Store Furnishings th t a Shoes CANNOT BE Trunks Suitcases and UNDERSOLD Hand Bags C. A. COOKE Phone No 11 Hinton Building 4 Elizabeth Citq N C x J f N 15112 .-Iillthkilmtflvlti Elizabeth City's Leading Newspaper Leads in News Leads in Circulation Leads in Advertising Founded 1908 By W. O. Saunders and published by him For Improving Your Com- plexion Without objectionable "make-up" you should use Vel-0-Creme A Hliquid face powder" of exquisite odor and more than silken texture. ln Hesh tint, pink and white A bottle 50c. At your druggists MADE FOR YEARS AT The CITY DRUG STORE 21 Water St. Elizabeth City, N. C: A. F. TGXEY dc COMPANY Distributors for Lebanon Bell Flour Finest Quality Obtainable Elizabeth City, N. C. Soruitsheaam mea H ate! gf C wwf! and Courfery THos. T. NELSON Manager C J Qnofoitivalo Sttlzplit Goinlzang kqfllf. 17 Water St., Elizabeth City wh AUTOMOTIVE SUPPLIES H U Auto Know Usn I I"Iershey's Chocolates SchrafIt's Chocolates Welchis Grape Juice Councilman Cigars EI Rushleo Cigars sh W- H- Weatherly Er Co. WHOLESALE DISTRIBUTORS SUNDAY ORDERS A SPECIALTY PHONE THEM ON SATURDAY Winehream Company RQCTEC ALL FLAMQRS3 Matthews St. Phone 5-7-8 PATRONIZE A HOME INDUSTRY k J MQCABE 84 GRICE Head and Foot Oututters hr Men and Women Keep Your Eye on "The Busy Store" Qlkrama Tlllbeatre DAILY PICTURES Continuous From 3 to 10:30 P. M. POPULAR AND NEWEST PICTURES ALWAYS ON HAND COME OUT TO SEE YOUR FAVORITE MOVIE STAR POPULAR PRICES 0 'N A SENIOR AMONG FINANCIAL STRONGHOLDS The First SC Citizens National Bank Elizabeth City, N. C. NATIONAL PROTECTION NEW WONDERFUL DELIGHTFUL Klenzo EEEQQL substances that foster germs, acid mouth and decay. It leaves the mouth cool and clean- real testimony of its cleansing effect. So pleasant to use that children like it. The twice a day Klenzo Creme habit is mouth health insurance KLENZO DENTAL CREME . 250 STANDARD PHARMACY "Tb: REXALL Store" ELIZABETH CITY, N. C. AGENTS-NORRIS CANDIES EASTMAN KODAKS L1GGETT's CANDIES X J lWorthy of Consideration All things being equal, should not a home industry be supported by a home people F The Norfolk-Carolina Line, Inc., is owned and operated by the people of Elizabeth City and adjoining counties. This line buys its supplies from the Elizabeth City Msrchantsg all its re- pairs are done by Elizabeth City Firms. Think this over, Mr. Shipper, and decide if we are not worthy of your support. NORFOLK-CAROLINA LINE, Inc. C. H. BROCK. Treas. Phone 740 Offices and Freight Depot I North Water Street Q Reliable p ' I ' Footwear l il For the Entire , I Family I ...." "I --'. ...,.,.....-- A 0wen's Shoe X, W Company l I Hinton Building fs Main Street Ill ll 6 .15 0 x.4 M 6 4 Slzzmz' By ' ' School H056 VVill 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 H Slam! By " EXTRA STRONG SCHOOL HOSE THEY STAND THE TEST KNIT BY ELIZABETH CITY HOSIERY CO. Eoeryfbifzg fir the Garden We carry in stock at all times a dependable and varied line of things you will need to make a big success of your money-saving family garden or yourmoney-making market garden. Seeds . Bulbs . Tools Tested seeds of the varities best adapted to this locality. The choicest of Domestic and Foreign-grown Bulbs. Garden Tools of all kinds. Plant Foods and Insecticides. And Priced Right Immediate Delivery No Delay Dairy and Poultry Feeds and Remedies are also a specialty of ours. BUXTON WHITE SEED Co, Phone 684 The Live Seed House 15 S. WATER STREET C U Get it of Melicks They appreciate your patronage. They give you dependable mer- chandise. They give you good service and right prices. Get it at Melicks 11-13 S. Water St. Elizabeth City, N. C. Prices Are Right at MITCI-IELIJS That's why it's Elizabeth Gity's Greatest Store O. F. GILBERT, Prop. Phone 100 You wif! afwayr ind Footwear of Highest Quality Priced reasonably at GALLOP Sc TOXEY SHOE COMPANY Boots, Shoes, Hosiery Suit Cases and Traveling Bags Kramer Bldg. 408 E. Main St. Phone 250 ELIZABETH CITY, N. C. ALBEMARLE LAUNDRY LARRY ENNIE SKINNER Proprietor Complete Equipment Up-to-date Methods Your patronage solicited TELEPHONE 125 MATTHEWS STREET X. J Ewa. .. Goa Best Quality at Lowest Prices The store that will save you money Plzones .- 256 and 396 M.. orenlsotee CQEEQLFDQEHE7 Home Furnishers ELIZABETH CITY N. C. 66 and Ten " Threescore Years How does the average man spend his life? About as follows, says Collier's: Sleeping . . . 23 years Eating . . 6 Working . . . 19 years Traveliniz. . 6 Amusement . . 9 years Illness . . 4 Religious devotion 1 year Dressing . . 2 'I'hat's where the time goes to. But why not an llfiziting: one showing the time spent. the time years years years years item on lost. in waiting for one thing or another? It's a pretty big item, for with all our conveniences we can count on the lingers of one hand the thingr wr da no! have to wizil fur. Try to think of one or two. Among the first to come to your mind willbe one that serves you faithfully each day: that comes direct to you instead of your going to it: that re- sponds instantly to your every demand: that at once elimi- nates all waiting by being constantly on tap-your gm sn-vice! SOUTHERN GAS IMPT. C0. H They say that gas can do it better" Iilembfr af 1178 Amrrifan Ga: Arrofiniian Since 882 Since the birth of this old jewelry Es- tablishment, 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. oU1s SELIG Your fefwefer Since 169632 MAIN AND WATER STREETS k 9 "Announoement"p We are Distributors Reach Sporting Goods B. P. S. Paints and Varnishes Yales Builders' Hardware Square Deal Wire Fence Culpepper Hardware Co ELIZABETH CITY, N. C. f 'N DR. J. D. I-IATI-IAVVAY Optometrist Thirty Years' Experience MRS. R. E. LEVVIS Successor to M. Hill Millinery, Dressmaking Spirella Corsets East Main Street DPR. S. VV. GREGARY Dentist 219-220 Hinton Building J. P. KRAMER Architect Elizabeth City, N. C. DR. J. VV. SELIG Optometrist 52 I Main Street Elizabeth City, N. C. MARION M. HARRIS, D.D.S Office: Kramer Building ELIZABETH CITY, N. C. ' Nsetting the type, printf ing, and binding this book, our object ,was not to ,see how quickly and cheaply we could prof duce the publication, but how Well it could be done. Our whole aim' in this, as in all our work, is to-give the greatest attention. to all the details, and produce printing thatwill be a credit to the institutions from which the publications are issued. 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