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

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AN NL AL STAFF ,Y-.,,w,fr-f-E--it-73, ,,. 1 E, 11- :L -,,,- 1,-?.liWl?,,.M9 .....1., ?..,,,, ,.,. ,,, WW, ,, ,,,,,,,, ,,,.,,,,,7 ,.,. 7 Ml ,MW N77 l,.Nm.,..,,- A ,,,, ,f-f Z , ,,,,, Z d , Q "N-1f4,f' W1 ""' " "J 2255 5551 .,.,,,4 352 gi 22 gg E35g2,,,?ig 22 Wai , ff" .1 77 1:12 122, ,,,,.,,,, :zz 22 22 zz 5532253136 Q Imzhwlfvfff-. 7,44 ,", Z ,.,,.. .,,,.,,..,,.. ,. .,.,,.,,,.. 2 ,,.,,,,.,,,, 7 ,..,,,,.,,.. ,,.,,,, 7 , ,,,,,,, ,,,,,.,, ,,,,,,., - ,,,. ,,..., ,,,.., ,.,. 4 ,,,.,.. X ,,,,, ,,,,, ,,, , , ,,,,,,,,, ,, ,,,, ,,,,,,, ,,,,,, 4 ,A Annual Staff NVILLIAM A. DAILY ..... ELLEN MELICK ..... MARY CORBETT ........ RACHEL VVILLIAMS ....... MAXINE FEARING ....,.. XVILLIS KRAMER .......... WILBORNE HARRELL .... -. EVELYN HOOPER ........... ELIZABETH SAUNDERS CURTIS BERRY ,............... . FRANK BENTON .... LILLIAN HARRIS ...... ELLIOTT XVARD ..... 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XYILLIAM DAILY JULIAN WXXRD ............. LORRAINE SANVYER HARVEY GOODXYIN ERVIN MIDGETT ..... Rvrlf' ffvryf' vt ibi ,fwrz'vf1i." OFFICERS SARAH LEE PERKINS ..,... 9 ......,...,...................PrrsidmzI ILC'-l,I'l'5fdl'1If ..,,,,.S'Cl'I'C"flII"V and Trc'as1zrw' ....l.uwyer .............P0ef .......III.Sf0I'iLUI ......Pr0plzcz' 5-....,.,,..,,-vffvw-wwfffffifffqf?-55271111111u,,,1ffff-W-.4W,.W1f-My W WW ,,,,,7,,,y ,,,, ,,,,f ,,,, ,, W ny ,,,,,, 7 ,7 Aff----f W Lhuff, ,7 ,,,, , IM, -.-.,,,, g ,,,,, ,. ,,,:,,.,,, VV-,1:, L y .........:.... 7,7-ev.. f , 1f, g 2 gf ,,,,,,,1,.,,,,,, M will , . A 41, 9 ,,,,, ,,,,, ,,,,,..., .,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,. ,',,,, A ,fl ,.., ,,,,,., Z A.,,,,,,, fff" f""" H lfff ""' Z Z "Q 2 wwf M" ,1" Q ?,,,,,M-hm,,,.,?"' 'QV .,.,.,, ,,,,...,,, ,,,.,, ,,.,..,.,,,,, - ,,,..,,.,,. . ..,,,,,.,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,, 7 ,,,,,,, .,.,,,,, .,,,.,,, ,,,,, . ,,., ..,,,, ,,,,,, ,,,. ,,,,,, ,,,,, . ,,,,, , .,,,,,, I 6 ECM 1 T ERNESTINE BALLANCE "Er11if"' Literary Society, 1. "Her smfzzrr fall. I hate a duuzpy woman." Ernestine is sweet, good-natured, studi- ous, and an excellent pupil. Especially does her talent shine in the Business Course and it is said that she can use a typewriter to perfection. She leaves be- hind a good record at E. C. H. S. CURTIS BERRY "1W11ddy" Subscription Manager of THE SPOT- LIGHT: Athletic Association, 1, 2, 3, 45 Literary Society, 3, 43 Treasurer Literary Society, 4: Glee Club, 3, 4, Quartette, 3, 4: Orchestra, 3, 41 Football, 3, 45 Basket-ball, 3, 4: Captain Basket-ball Team, 4g Base- ball, 3, 43 Fuzz Family: Statistics. "It sizigsg I wish if did not sing." Curtis would have probably taken three places in the "Hall of Fame" had it not been for the fact that we failed to vote for the most musical. As it is, he only took it for the most stylish and best-look- ing! Curtis' favorite musical selection is, at present, "Down by the Riversidef' xg as-ff, f. 1,,: an 1., . W,.M.mN., ., . , Zaw,,,, .,,. ,,,, Z Z ""' """' """' ' ' A 7 A 7 f f , f ,,,,, .,..,, ,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,, ,,,, ' ""' ""' ,,,,,, Z Z awww fm., ,f" 23' M -f :I iifz' 222, ,..,,,.., 2 zz fa " 22 .222 52 if Z..,,rMZ4!,w-'42'M .,,. n..,..,,,,,,.., .,,,,,,,.,,,,,,,. ,,.,,.,,,., .,,,,,.,,7,.,t,,,,,,,,7 ,,,, ,,,, ,, t,mmlh, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,JZ ,,,,, , ,,,,,,, ,,,,,, 4 , HERNDGN BROCK MARY CORBETT "Honor lies in lzonvsf foil." Sometimes, we almost think Herndon isn't coming to school, until we remember that he is a privileged character and not tardy until nine. That's because Herndon has the ambition to come into town to school. VVe're sure that anybody who's willing to make that trip, even on cold mornings, .ought to be able to accomplish almost anything. "Mary" Assistant Editor of THE SPo'r-LIGHT: Literary Society, 1, 4: Class Treasurer, 33 Statistics. "Gvntc'el in c01za'11fI, generous and frcvf, Quiet, but not too quiet: studious. but not a prig: cheerful, but not forever gig- glingg smart, but not too smart: loyal. faithful, and a friend worth having. They're only a few of Mary's-well, her most prominent characteristics. g--mlww.,.,..--V-.,w,,, .,,, W 7:i?5?.,W,Wf,f'....,...,,,,,Mw-7 WWW .V W.,.,.,,h,,..,W ,..y WW W, WW W.W,,,,,,,.,,W .,,, ,. Z..,m+.,,.,.,,.,.. ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, , A 5 2 Z ZZ? ? ,,,,,,, ,,,, ,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,, ,,,,,,,A ,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,.., ,,.,,, ,,.,,,,,, ,,,,, Z Z ,W """' ""' 'gf' ""1" ""' -'-f . ,Z ,,',., ,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,.,, .,,.,,, .. M., ,,,,,,,,.,,.,,,,,,,. ,,,,,, W huh! ,,,,, ,,,,,, Z ,,,,,,,, N ,,,,,, ,,,,, , .,,,,,, Y fwqi 4 CH fi XYILLIAM DAILY "Fritz" Football, 23 Manager, 4: Literary, lg Treasurer. 3: Sergeant-at-Arms, 43 Junior .Xssistant Editor. 3: Editor-in-Chief, 4: Yice-President of Class, 2. 4: Schmidtz llros., 3: lfuzz Iiamily, 3, 4. "Not foo scriozzs, not foo guy, but olto- gvflzvr a jolly good fallow." Behold our Editor-in-Chief! XYe're proud of this year's achievement and suc- cess, piloted by "Fritz," which has pro- duced Triil SPoT-LIGHT of '23. "Fritz" has always been prominent from Freshman days, in every phase of school activities, and we're proud of him as a fair specimen of the members of the Class of '23. RUSSELL DAVIS . "PENN Literary Society, 1, 23 Athletic Associa- tion, 1, 2, 3. 4: Baseball, 3: Track Team, 4. "My lzvorfs vonfczzt lVl1v11 I'm 011 misdzirf bvlzff' I lf you want to see the smallest boy in our Class, get some one to show you "Pete" Do not think by this that he is not seen, for most any one would be will- ing to change places with Russell when it comes to giving excuses for misconduct and failure to get up work. ......-....,,,,3,Mf:?,,Z. ,,,,,, .,,,,i......,.N ,.,, M ,,,,,,, - yww M, .... 1, ,,,,.,. 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He is not only our President, and a good one at that. but it has been through his ability of solv- ing problems that many a puzzling matter has been worked out and put through for E. C. H. S. "Zone" President of Class, 2, 3: Captain Varsity llasket-ball Team. 3. 4: Business Manager of Sifor-LIGHT: Literary Society, 2, 4: President Girls' .Xthletic Association, 3, 4: librarian, 43 Girls' .Xthletic .'Xssociation. I, 2, 3, 4: lfuzz Family: Schmitz Brothers: Snu-Huh Club: Tennis Club: Statistics. "No 51'11glv 'Z'I'l'fllC do iw most co111u1c'Ha'." XYe can't say too much about Zene. She is truly the best all-round girl of the Class of '23, whether it be in classes, she is ace highfin basket-ball, tennis, dancing, liter- ary society programs, mischieft?l, 1112111- aging the business side of the Annual, or just plain having a good time, Zene's ready and willing to do her "best." That's say- ing a lot. too. 7 S -M'W'7?W ga.Z,,N,,Z., .,mN,., , , , , .,,, ,,..., w,. d,.M.,Z,,,,. g.Z-r s - --. s ,,,..,,,,,,.,,,,,.,,,, 4 , A X A X X X X Au ,,,,,, 4 ,,,. W ,.,. 4 ,,., ,,,,,,,,,,,, ..,,, 3 gm-it ' wi , .,., My .4A," , , 1 f ""' ' f ,M ,,,, WW! W ..,,,. ,,..,,, 7 .,.,..,,,, 7 .,,.,. ,,,.,,,.,..,, , .,,.,,,,,,,.,,.,,,,.,.., ,,,,,,,, ,.,, ,,.,,., .,,,, , ,,,.,.,, ,,,,,,,, - ..,, ,,,,., ,,,,,,, eww, ,,,, ,,,, ,,,,,,, , ,, , ,, , ,,,,, ,,,,,,, ,,,,, ,,,, 4 -1 12 . ' .iz HARVEY GOODNVIN "Knots" Class Baseball, 3, 4: Class Basket-ball. 3, 43 Athletic Association, 43 Poet, Liter- ary Society, 43 Declamation Contest. 3, 4, Tennis, 1, 4. Ullliuglv a little zzazzscfzse with your wis- dawg .-1 little zmnsvzisc now and 111011 is pleas- alll." "Knots" believes in plenty of nonsense and plentyf ?l of wisdom. It takes plenty of both for his height, as anybody who has seen him knows. Not only that, it took plenty of wisdom and perseverance to write our Class poem, and it's a good one. "Knots" wrote it. LEORA GRIFFIN "GriJ5f" Literary Society, l. 2, 3: Glee Club, 3, 43 Recitation Contest, 3. "A smile is flzc same in all languages." Leora's "smilin' through" a business course this year, and seems to be pretty good at it. She has proved her dramatic ability in the Senior Play, so ,that we pre- dict for her a business career, a dramatic career, or the career women have been fol- lowing since the world was created! Q- ,...,,,,..W.-..a.,,,..,,?,,2,.,.,,,W,.,....-..W.,,,,,., N, ,,,,,,, ,.W. ,, .,,,,,, . ,,., X, .Z ,,,,,, f , ,,,, , ,,,, , 5, ,,,,, ,, Z ' ' i ,.,. 2 In 7 Z ' ,,,,,,,,,.,,...., ,.,,,,, ,,.,,, ,,.,.,,., ,,,,,.,, ,,,. ..,,,,, ffff wfaimfyy iff ....,. :'- -... ..-Q ,,,,,,,-. Q ""' ,?"'-f 2:11 'wg 1: if ff many fff-, :S EZ if 9 N. .,., ,J Z,M,,,,,Wg,,..,f ,,,,,.. ,,,,.,.,., ,,,,., ,,,,,,,,,.,,, - ,.,..,.,,,,,,.,.....,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,. W ,,,,,,, .,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,, ,,,,,..,,,,,, 4: ,,,, ,,,,,, .,..,,. ,.,.... ,,,,,,, X 1 ,,,, , .,,, Z ,,,,, Z ,,,, ,,,,.,,,,,,,,, , .' ,,,,,, , ,,,,, ,,,,,,,, ,,,, , ,,,, ,,,,.., ,,,,,,, Z .,,,,,, if Z W ,tg-tl Ei I 3 X12 . a . LILLIAN HARRIS "Fuss" Secretary Class, 23 Athletic Association, l, 2, 3, 4: Vice-President Athletic Associa- tion, 4: Manager Varsity Basket-ball Team, 3, 4: joke Editor THE SPOT-LIGHT: Varsity Basket-ball, 2, 3, 43 Girls' Literary Society, 4, Statistics. "Play well the gauze and know the linzil, And still get all thc fun f1IL'l'L"S in it." "Lil's" one of the best reasons why the girls of '23 have always taken an impor- tant part in athletics, and we're awfully proud of her record as forward. Her greatest claim to fame, however, is her ability to tell jokes. As a result, we not only chose her as the wittiest girl, but we made her our Joke Editor. Read the jokes. Lil has lived up to her reputation. EVELYN HOU PER "A'1'ggfe1"' Girls' Athletic Association, l, 2, 3, 41 Treasurer Athletic Association, 43 Girls' Literary Society, l, 2, 4: Secretary Liter- ary Society, 41 lfiasket-ball Team, 3, 4: Sec- retary Student Council, 4: lfuzz Family: Snu-Huh Club: Statistics. "The 'ZUOI'1lf'S Ill? flvfffl' if 'ZL't' 'Zt'ol'l',l',' Lifes 110 longer if iw 1Illl'I'j'.H The most popular girl in the Senior Class? XYell, yes: at least, everybody seems to like her, and we haven't been able to tind anybody who holds a grudge against her! XX'hen she makes one of her droll re- marks, or smiles her slow smile, we know she's bound to keep on being the most pop- ular, as she has been with us. 1 ,,v,,, 0 M ,,.,,,.,,,.,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,.,,, ,,,,,, Z ,,,,, .M ,,,,., 5 WZ , Z . ,,.,,, ..,,., ,,,,,.,,, .,,,,,,. ,,.,, W ,,,, ' If 1 '7"4f, ' - yi H4 .,.,,. ,.,,, N 4 ,,,,f,,,f 0""',7"'f fn Z 4 Z 5 5 2 f 2 fi 2 1 ii 1 2 1 3 y ffff o if if 5 Q D3 5 N ,,.,, ,f Z hw! .. ,,,,, 7 ,,,....,,, y ,,,... 7 ,.,.,,,.,,,.. , .,,,, H ,,......,.,,,.,,, ,,,,,.,,,,,. ,,,, N ,,,,,,,, 7 ,,.,,, , .,.,, ,,., ,,,,,, ,,., fy:::::g1m,,,,..,,,,,,,,W, ,,,, .,,, ,,,,, ,,,, N ,,,, ,, V . A 4 CH, 3 l ffffQ?' 7 Q17 ' 3 I ,rf J i X EMMA JACOBS IDA JONES "Em" Girls' Athletic Association. 2, 3g Liter- "111zpuIsiz'v, CC1l'llCSf, jvrouzjvf to act, Ikvlliffl makes lzcr gczzcrozzs tllozzglzfs a fact." VVhenever you lind her, Emma is always happy-always ready to help you. Regard- less of weather or distance, she is always found in her place at school, and she leaves Fizhind her an enviable record at E. C. . S. 16 ary Society, 1, 4. "A face of lily beauty, And fl form of airy grace." Ida is one Class whom strong likes ready smile of those all-round girls in our everybody likes. She has very and dislikes, but has an ever- for every one. We are sure she will make a "dent" on some one in the future. l J.- ..4. 5 1, ..,, ,,,...ff..---f---.,1,,f,1,1,f,.,ygff ,,- ,,,, .,.,,, .,,,,,,. ,,,,,,.,, ..,,, ,,,,,. , ,,,, 7 A .,.z,f1.,.,,,,,7 W,7 W. ..,,, W ,.., 7, fflf 7 W""y"'-'W'Wf if-A-f-""f'Mf-' Z ,,,, ,,,,,,,, ..,,,. l,,,,,, 3 J AAf, 1f 4 aaaa . , Z z """' 3 T ""' . I Z WWZZIM! W .V ,VAIA .,,,,,, ,,,.,...., ,,,,,, ,,,..,..,,.,, ., ,,,,,,,,,,, L ,..,,.,,.,,, ,,,, ,, ,,,.,. W ,,..,,, ,,,,,,,, ,,,, ,,,, .....,.,,,,,, .,,, ,,,,,,. , ,.,,,. ,,,,,,, ,..,,,, X bf f"f ,,,, ,,.,,,, ,,,,,,, Z ,,,,,, ,,,, - ,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,, , ,,,,, W ,,,,,,,, ,,,, , ,,,,,, ,,,,,,, Z ,,,,, .LCA-l 1 3: HELEN M. LITTLE HPl'1'SH ' Girls' Literary Society, l, 2, 4: Vice- President Literary Society. 4: Treasurer of Class, 2: .Xthletic .Xssoeiation, 3, 4: Snu-Huh Club: Tennis Club: Fuzz Fam- ily "lf d0t'Sll'f july to 'ZU0l'l'j',' Tlzzugs are l111z111a' fo !ItIflf7Cll a11yzuay." That's Pris. Her high school career with the Class of '23 has been a thing entered upon. endured, and enjoyed as much as possible, with the least possible energy and worry. However, we know it will tear her heart to have to leave the easy, happy-go- lucky life of good old E. C. H. S. as much as any of the rest of us, no matter what lies ahead of us. 17 ELLEN MELICK "Len" Triangle Debating Team, 3. 4: Literary Society, l. 2, 4: President Literary Society. 4: Class llaslcet-ball, 43 .Xthletic Associa- tion, l, 2. 3. 41 Librarian. 43 .Xssistant Ed- itor of SPoT-LIGHT: Tennis Club: Fuzz Family: Snu-Huh Club: Statistics. "lfC'tI'Z'4'IIi5 llllf l'f'tlt'llf'd at tl single IIUIIIIKI, lint we blllild flu' ladder 1111 iellirlz we 1'1'.i'v !'il'0lIl the lowly 1'a1'fl1 to the i'c111Ifed skies, And tue 1111111111 fo its s11111111iz' l'0lllIll' by l'0lllld.n Ellen is one of the baclcbones of our Class. Interested in every form of school activity and taking part in most of them: she is an all-round girl. cheerful. wide awake, and good-natured, thus makes friends easily. ite are sure she will reap the rewards of her toil. 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The score was 48-0 in our favor, and the score was partly due to Zack, too. 18 ETHEL PERKINS --Pm" Glee Club, 33 Athletic Association, 3, 4, Class Basket-ball, 3, 4. "If is a fine thing to be able to sec the pm'- fvles in the slzadows-little girl." Cheerful, contented, and happy. Ethel never works very hard for anything, but gets it after a while. She takes life as it comes and does not worry if she does not make the highest grades. She is one of the most likable girls in E. C. H. S. ,,,,.,,,.wff,m-.,uW,1Z,,:,:V WwW,,,h.,,..,,.,,,,,1f ,,,f N mm, ,fy WM, my A ,,,,,. 1 1 f,,,,,, M ,W fy 'W ,W fflff 4 ,ww "" y "" y """ y ' W"""""""""" fe-if f , , V-!.'1'F, ,.,,,,,,,,,..,,,,,,, ,M J 4 A ,.,..,,,, 4 ..,ffff1 0' """ "" , 22 flffff Z5 5 M. . Z ,,,.,, .,f'f'f' ffvf' M , ,,,,, 'ffff' Z Z 'g ,wwf ""' ,.,.., ,,,,,, ,...,....,,,, . .,,,,,,,,,,,,,,...,,,,,. H U llalluh ,gy A y Z K W I W y 1 f1ff W fflffff 7 ffff ffff V f.,,A11, W ..f1f1f',,,,, V 11,. 7 ,...,, A ,,,,,1 V ff.,,,f 0 funn! S., ,.,, ...,,, Z ,,,, W ,,,, , ,,,,,,,, .,,, , ,,,, Z ,.,,,,, ,.,,,,. . 4 A ,Z " fi il-Z CH x Af l x 3? 4 if " . Q Q g SA RA LEE PERKINS "Prf"Z'0rv" Athletic Association, 43 Literary Soci- ety, 43 Varsity llasket-ball, 4: Prophet: Snu-Huh Club: Fuzz Family: Tennis Clubg Statistics. "I am sure ff1rv's an FIIFHIQ' to life." It's funny, isn't it? Not Pre's picture. or that she is a dandy basket-ball player. or that she is the most attractive girl in the Senior Class, but that she should have come to us -for only a year and should have made herself so absolutely indispens- able to- us. On second thought, it isn't funnyg it's the good luck always coming to '23. Hfllirnbilv dicfzrf' MXUDE S.XNlJIilQS 'dlluzzdv li." ",-1 HIt'l'I'-l' lzmrf gum all flu' day." Maude is little, too, but has chosen Business ffourse to build her future After serving her time at E. C. H. S. will go into the business world, where is bound to make good. 19 the on. she she M,,,,,.,,,,.,,,,,,.. ,,,, M ,,,,,,,,h , ,,,,,,, W W ,,,,, ,, ,,,,, N. W ,W ,,,,,,, H., ,,,,,. W ,,,,,,, 4 ,,,, A ,, ,,,,,, ,,,,, ,.,, , , My ,.,W, ,, ,,,,,,,a,,.,t,,,,,,, saaaaa 2 XA , Z . ,,,,, ,,,,,, ,,,,..,., ,,,,,.,, ,.,,,.,,,,, .,,, 2112 M11 ,vi fee ,,,,,, ,,,., We ,.ffff ""' """" was 1226 ze as :S seas, ,,,,. ai zz sg 53, "'2 ffff,,., ,af Zi Z Z IIII, I Huhhwlf ,,., .,,,,,, 7 ,,,,..,,,, ,,,.,, ,,.,,.,....,, - ,,....,A,,.,.,,,,..,,,.. ,,,,....,,,, ,,,,, ,,,,,.,, ,.,,,... ,,,,,,,,,,,., .,,, ..,,,, ..,,,. e ' ,,,,,,. ,,,,,,, M ,,,,, . ,M,,, , ,,,,,, ,. ,, , ,,,., ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,, , ,,,, ,,, ,,,, , ,,,, ,,,,., ,,,,, .,, ,,, LORRAINE S.-XVVYER "Rene" Athletic Association, 1, 2, 3, 4: Treas- urer Athletic Association, 3, 43 Literary Society, 2, 3, 4: Varsity Basket-ball Team. 1, 2, 3, 4: Tennis Club: Cwlee Club, 33 Law- yerg Statistics. "Here below to Ii-z'e is to change and fo be Perfect is I0 lza'z'e rlzanged after." When we were the greenest of Freshmen and despaired of ever making a place for ourselves in E. C. H. S., Lorraine came to our rescue. She made the basket-ball team and we had the nerve then to go to the games and cheer as lustily as any of the other classes. Lorraine has kept up her reputation and we have always had a chance to yell for her and be proud of her when we said, "She's '23." ESTELLE SILVERTHORN "SteII" Athletic Association, 3, 4g Glee Club, 45 K. K. K., 43 Class Basket-ball Team, 43 Literary Society, 1, 2. "The one wortlz while ls the one who can smile Wlzezz erezfytlzznzg seems to go wrong." No matter what it is-whether demerit, failure, or what, you will always find Es- telle smiling. She is a good friend and all treasure her friendship. She never both- ers especially with studying, but gets along as well as the rest of us. Let's hope this good luck will continue. 0. ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,, ,V . ,W ,Wy my , ,,,,, 0 M, ,,,, V ,M W W ,,,,, , 1 ,,,, y ,,,, y A ,,,, 7 ,WW W A,,fff,.f,,,,,,.,,,., JW' ' Z Z W f Z ,,,,,. 1 af,w',?, ,,,,,,,,,,,.,,,,,,,,, f 4 1 A ' A ,,,,.,,,, 4 ,,,,,,,. 4, ,fff 'ff' f "" as ,,,,,, , ,, Z ,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,.,,,4,,, ,,,,, ,,,,,, ,,,,, Z Z n ,,.,. ""' W aw, V ,,,, Q ,,....,, V .,,,.,..,, W ,,,.,, W .,.,,., N ,,,, - ,...,,.,,..,,.,,,,.,,.,, .,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,.,, 7 ,,..,,,, ..,,,,,, 6 , ...,,,,,,,.,, V ,... 7 ....,, .,,,,, , ,,,,,,, 4 J ,,.. ff ,,,. ..,,,,, ,,,, , ,,., Z ,,,,,, Z ,,,, M ,,,,,,,,,, , , ,,,, .,.,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,, ,,,, 0 ,,,,,,, ,,,, ffl 12 .4 "'l1lll,l-' 'iQT'fI'f 'Q 4 ' rw 1 ll ' O M.-XTTIE T.-XTUM MARY TRUEISLOOIJ t',lluHic"' 1 "Mary" "To know lier is to lore har, And to name her is to fv1'a1.vv." Mattie is one of the smallest girls in our Class, but when it comes to bringing in high grades, she usually has the rest beat a long way. Here is good luck to you, little one, for we know you will come out a winner in the end. 21 .Xthletie .Xssociation, 13 Glee Club, 2, 3: Literary Society, l, 2. "ll'n1'!.' is lmlzorrlblv, pc'1'sv'Z'vrc111v0 'Zl'iIl.l'.U "Mary" is one of those girls who really studies, and she always knows her lessons, too. You never hear Mary say, "Flunked Physics, again!" She's always on the job. XYe have il strong suspicion that we know why Mary is the center of attraction to Seniors the lirst period. too. .WH ,,, 57, ,,,, , ,, W,,.,N,,.., ,,,,, , W., V. 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M ..,, W ,.,,,, ..,,,, V ,,,,,, , 1 f ,,,,, ,,,, ,.,,,, ,,,, ,,,,,, Z ,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,.,,, , , ,,,, , .,,,,,, ,,,, , ,,,, Z ,,,,,, .,,,,,, N ,,,, 44 44 4 inf CLEMENT TNVIFORD "CIm1111zy" Football Team. l, 2, 4: Captain Football Team, 43 Literary Society, Z, 3, 4g Vice- President Literary Society, 4: Basket-ball Team, 3, 43 Statistics. irC0lIfCllf'S a leizzgdom, and I 'zocor that E'l'0'Ul'l1.H Clement was Captain of our Football Team this year, but strange to say, that didn't keep him from being the best dancer in the Class of '23. If Clement always does everything as well as he "struts," "none but himself can be his parallel." THELMA TVVIFORD "Tam" Literary Society, 1. "Give us some 17l1lS1'C, music, moody food of 'us that trade zu love." When it comes to playing the piano, Thelma just can't be beaten. Whether it be marches, jazz, hymns, or what-she is always ready. Her sunny countenance has won her a long list of friends. -4-T..-Q:,:.,p: --J--411:-ifjigifffia-wrap.,-,,,..,, ,,,, y ,.v,,,, ,,,f, ,Q 22225, ,W ,MW ..A, , ,Z,,,iitZg .,,,,, ,, .,,,,,,Z,f,,,,,,,W M7 ZQQZZ-::7w1f,f fflflf Zffywf, ffff y "f' y W "f: "'f f Wyfyy ' f " f ,,,. ,,,. 23512 ,5,,,,, ,,,, , ,,,,,,,, , ,,,, A , ,,,,, 4 ,,,,,,,,, , ,,,.,,,, ,,.,,,,.,,, ,,,, ..,, l"l, H i ,,,,, . ,,,,, 'ff'fff'f'-ff"f' ,,,, fffff' , . ,,.,,,, ,,,,,,,, ,,,,.,.,.., .- ,,,, , .,,,,,,... ,W WWW M4f""'w y W1 W 7 I ,,,,. y,7 .,.,.,, .,,.,,., ,,.,..,, , ,..,,,,,,,,, ..., y ,,,,., ? 1.9! ,,,,,, V ,,,,,,. 7 ,,..... 4W M ,,,,,, ,,,,. ,,,,, , ,..,,,, A ,L x x 55, ELLIOT XVARD President Athletic Association, 43 Base- ball, 3, 4: Captain Class Baseball, 3, 43 Lit- erary Society, lg Basket-ball, 4: Class Bas- ket-ball, 3, 4: Annual Staff, 4. "His duties well prejvared, His days well sfvezzff' In Elliot we have a modest youth not forward or presuming. He has quite a list of friends. During baseball season he arouses the envy and admiration of his fellow students when they see him winning honors for the team. 23 JULIAN XYARD Literary Society, 13 Athletic Association, l, 43 Class Baseball, 33 Secretary and Treasurer Senior Class. "LH the world sl1'c1'f." ln every class there is always one who when solemn has the innocent looks of a babe, but who really amuses every one. Cheerful-never downcastg laughing, never frowningg hardly ever studying. This is Julian. NYe have no fears as to his future, feeling sure that his winning smile will continue to appease the wrath of his asso- ciates. ..,,w,,m,WwwwfwM,w5gZ1fg' y .,.,..,,,,,,,....,,,,.,.,n?, My ,,W,, ,,,, ,Ma ,,., y ,,,, , 7 f, W ,.,, Z , .,., ,,,, 7 , ,,,,,, ,,.,, N, W W ,,,,,,, f ,,.,, 2 ,lm ,illl ,,,,..,,,,,,,,,,,. ,..,. .,,, .,.,,,,,, .,,.,,,, ,.,,.,,,.,, ,M 2 ,,..,,,,, ,, f x 5.,,,,,..w0,,.,! f ffff-1ffff 7 ..f.,, .....,,. . ,.,..,,,,,, L 4..,.. ,.,, , ,,,,,,,,,,,, W ,,,,,,, ,,,,,.,, ,,,,,,,, fy ,,,,,,,,,,,.. ,,,, f ,.,.,,, gy! ,,,,,, ,,,,,,, ,,,, Z QXYWHIW ffff1.,. - ,,,, , ,,,,,,, ,.,,,, .,,,, , ,,,, Z ,,,,,, ,,,, Z ,,,,,,,,,., , ,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,, ,,,, A .,,,,,, Z ,,,.,,, ,,, , A .asjgf f ' 0 7 1 1 FANNIE LEE XVEST v CATHERINE XVHITE Literary'Society, lg Reporter for School "Bobby" .Veius, 3. "IV110 deserves 'well Needs not aazotlzvrk fU'01SF.H XVhen many of the rest of us are com- plaining about the low marks we have re- ceived, Fannie Lee always comes forth with a very creditable grade. She has been doing this as far back as we can remember. Considering the amount of knowledge she has received at E. C. H. S., we have no fear as to her future success. "Tis fjl'l't"I'01lS fvartizzg witlz good company." A good student but very modest and re- tiring. VVe have yet to sound the depth of friendship. We wish her success and happiness in the future. 24 3 K x Q C - n .. ,.,,,...W..f.mW7 nififgfwwawm,...,,,,,,.,.,,,,,.,,,,7 W,W,,,,,,7,,,V XM .,., N ,,W,,.7 ,.,WWfW Mffyw-if 'fff y "'y!W""y"""'fy' Mj:"""'t'-' V , , ssdss , ,,, 5 fy ,,,,.,.,,,,,.,.,, ,.,,, ,,,,,A ,,...,,,, H Z , X ""' Z ZWWZZ 'ff-'M .W ,,,, ,,,,,., ,,..,.,,,, 7 ,,,,,. ,,,.,.,.,,,,, , ,,,.,.,..,. L .,,,,....,,, .,,,,,,,,.,, if ,,.,,., 7 .,,..,,, ,,,,,,,, ,..,,,,,,,,,, ....., ,,.,.. ...,,., Qi ,,,,,,. , fa .,,, . ,,,f,,,,,, , ,,,,, ,,,, 0 ,.fv,, ,,,,, A A .A V PHOEBE XYHITE HPlI0l'l7Il5H ' Literary Society, l, 3, 4: Glee Club, 3. 45 Statistics. "Tile glass of fqsfiimi, H10 would of form." This lively and cheerful lady is one of the most optimistic members of our Class. Through evil and good report Phoebe's always smiling. It has been said that she has made deep impressions on the hearts of the opposite sex, and we feel sure that she will be one of Cupid's fortunate vic- tims. MERCER BAILEY Literary Society, 1, 2, 3: .Xthletic Asso- ciation, 2: Class Baseball, 33 Glee Club, 2. "Long nzay we seals his Iikmlvss, lung ill t'az11." Mereer's little, but oh! well, he is loud when he wants to be. But with all that he is one of the most pleasant boys in our Class. and we are sure that with his sunny disposition and Congeniality he is destined to.malte a great success in later years. rf if oooe rr' V ,,,,,., Z Z .,, ,,,,.,, , .,,. , ,,1, Z , ,,,,,,, N ""' """' ""' ff ,,.., - ,,,.,, W . if Wlwhiwlffflffw ,,,,, Z .,., W? ,,,,..,,,, ,,,,,, ,,,,,,., M .,.N,.,,,,,,, L ,.,,,.,,,,,, ,,,,,,, ,,,,,,., H ,,,,, ,,.,,,,,,,,, ,,., ,,,,,, .,,,,, ,,,,.,, umm., ,,,,,, ,.Z,,,,N.Z-,,.Z,M ,,,,.,,,...,fZ ,,,,,,, , ,,,, M ,,,, ,,,,, Z WZ ,,,,,,, g A f . 1 ., Q , , ,,....W,,...., , , . 1 if 1. 1 CH 4 if lib. I 4,431 f W if ., .1 . - rv. N, . , 4 . , ,Q f 5 4 X4 f ,, W . . ' 'W X Y V .,gTf nl , GRACE JENKINS "Grease Spot" Glee Club, 3, 43 Athletic Association, 2, . 3, 4: Literary Society, 1, 3, 4: Class Bas- ket-ball Team, 4. "Whose heart is like a nzozmtaizz, llflzosv flzouglzix 11160 nzerry 1'z'z'c'rs slug." Grace is a jolly, fun-loving and amiable girl. She is popular among her classmates, loyal to her class and ever ready to pro- mote its welfare. There is always need of more girls like Graceg so here's to her. 26 ALTON ONVENS CSpecialD "Pedro" Athletic Association, 1, 2, 3, 4: Literary Society, l, 23 Class Baseball, 2, 3, 4. "Give me a coin and I will show you wozzdcrsf' When you ask the boys anything about "Pedro," they invariably answer, "l-le's a darn good sport and always in for any kind of a good time." If he belongs to that favored and select class of individuals we cannot but think that that is sufficient to say of him. Everybody likes a "darn good sport." A s N-Q.-ef f- H A2,i ,Q-L1-1if- ?Zv,,a-Zm ,.,...ff-,,.., , . i, ZN.u,,...Z,,, ,,.,Z.,,NNZ, x ,,,, N ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, , , 4 f A ,, ,,.,,,,, Q ,,,,,,,,,,, ,,., ,,,,,.,,.,,, ff1'1-f f 'A ,,,.,,,,.,,,,, ,,,, ,,,.,, ""' ,,,,A Alflff Z Z W "" ' 'f Q Zwwhziwf 7w.,.,2 ,,.,,, ,,,,,,, N ,.,.,. ,,.,,,., , ,,,- ,,,,.,.,,,, L ,,.,,, ,,,,,, , ,.,,,,,,,,,, 17 ,.,.,,, W ,,,,,,,, .,,,,,,, W ,,,.,.,.,,,.. ,,,. ,,,,.. A ,,,,,, ,,,,,,. I ,,,, .,,, W ,,,,,,,,,,, , ,,,, ,,,.,,,, ,,,, , ,,,,,,, ,,,, W A A F' Y ' 'viii- " "Qf' i ' 1 1 ' lf ' il X 'Y i 'gs ,J i , Xf THELMA PERRY "Perry" Literary Society, 1. "Gatl1m' roses while Hwy bloom, To-morrow is yvf fur away. Jllomezils 1051 lzazm' '10 room In to-morrow or I0-day." "Perry" is a girl who is diligent in study and therefore gets along smoothly with her recitations, but if she fails she studies all the harder. VVe are sure she will make good in life, and our good wishes go with er. HILDA SILVERTHORNE "HN" Literary Society, 2. "She was mu' of ilzv quiet kind, 1171058 nafzzres lIl"f'L'1' i'ary." . "I-lil" is a girl of whom we can say that she is quiet and self-contained with- out implying that she is uninteresting. To those who know her well. she is, indeed, a true, staunch, and lovable friend. 27 O 3...,.,,..,v.,,.-,r--. r-v,,,.,? ,,,, ffv!!-fW.,,,,,,...-..-m- ,,,,,,,.., N ,..g,,...,Z., ,..,, M. Z A Z A ,,,,,, ,,.,,. .,,,,,,,, ,,,, ,,,, ,.,,,,,,,,. ,,,, f ,f .,, f"" M Z ,IVI Z ff .,,,,,. 7 ,,,,.,,,.. 7 ,,,,,, ,.,,,,,.,, ,,,- ,,,,,.,,,,. L ,....,,,,.,, .,.., ,.,..,, ,,,,,,,, .,,,.,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,.,, .,.,., ,,.,,, ,,,,,, X if:gr.1fm,W.,,,,,n.,,,,, ,,,, ...,. - ,,,,. , ,,,,,, ,,,, ,,.,,,,,,, , ,,,, , ,,,,,, W ,,,.,,,, ,,,, , ,,,, ,,,,,. ,,,,,,, ,,,,,,. 4 1 aa ,,, gn SH ,"'i.': W , ma - s ij, -ig'?"4f'1h-.- , 45: i . f . rp .'1f15J,y,, r 'gm , fe -. 42 IRXNNIE XVELCH "1fc1:z11ie" Athletic .Xssociatioir 3, 4g Literary So- ciety, 4. "Sing us .wzazvtfzing full of Iazzglzfvrf' That's liannie all over again. Cant you hear her now? "I got so tickled on Latin Class I clidn't know what to do!" Fannie fairly radiates mirth. Fannie's smart, too. XYhen she honored us with her presence for the lirst time year lmefore last we thought she was surely a lfreshnianl She surprised us all, though, by entering Soph- omore and she passed it off successfully, too. 55 ROS.-XLIE NYOOD KiTGL"' Literary Society. 1, 4: Glee .Club, 3, 4: Athletic .Xssociation, 4: Statistics. "Hang sorrow. Care will kill a cat. tlzerc- jorc, lcfs bc 11z01'ry." "Tac" doesn't especially shine in any one of her studies, but she manages to pass. Besides being one of the cutest girls in High School, she is one of the biggest Hirts. XYith these assets we feel sure that a very happy future awaits her. 28 wr-'fifth 'e AA e "A' 'A H """ "'FW't"W ' 2 ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, HZ 1 A X I I hu Wa l',, , ,7?,,,,,,,.?? ,,.,,,., Z ?,,,.,,.,,,g Itlli, A .,,, M Z fiff Z Z Z if .ysmwgg ,,.. , ,,,, ,,..., ,...,.,.,,.., - .,,....,.,, 2 .,.,,.,,.,,, ,,,, M, ,,,,,,,, .,,,.. ,,,. ...,. f,,...,W ,,,,, ,,,,,, , ,, ,,,. , ,,,, ,,,, 4 4 ,mn A S fs. EH gl . X V 4 1 f , , r i 3 at LORENA KOONTZ ELIZABETH MANN CSpecialJ ,,RCd,, "Tack" f Glee Club, 2, 3, 4. "Little, but 1111! MY!" 'We hear that Lorena can juggle short- hand like a Chink juggles Chinese. She's one of the bright lights of the Business Department. She does her department credit, too. She's about the "busiest" per- son we know. Above all, don't judge her by her size. ' Q 29 .Xthletic .-Xssociation, 2, 31 Glce Club, 2, 3, 4: Literary Society: Statistics. ".-111 ard: mqircflr, Blzfllc, IlIL'l'1'j', and ynyf You never fail to recognize "Red" when you see her coming, not because her red hair is an unmistakable characteristic, but because-well, you know she was voted the biggest Hirt in the Class. She's taking a business course, but we're sure that no matter what she does, her talents won't be wasted. U i ,,,,, , W.,.,,,M.,M,,,Wm. ,,,,,,,0, , ,,,,,,,,,..,.,,,,, . , ,,,,,,,, yw .,,,,, y ,,,,,.. W ,,,, W ,,,, W ,,,., , M,,,a,W,, ,A,,,, ,,,, ,, . ,A,,, 5 jk' 1 Z ',',l', ,,,,, ,,,,,, ,.,,,.,,, .,,,,,.. ,,,.. MN. ,ff """' 7 Z mlm! .. ,V .,,, WW! ,,,..., Z .,,,,,,,,, 7 .,,,,, ,.,.,..,,,.., . ,,,.,,,,,,, L ,,,,, , ,,,,,, ,,.,,,, ,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,. y ,,,,,,,, , ,,,, , ,,,,,,, ,,,, ,,,,,, 4 ,,,,,, A .,,,,, I ,.,, ,,,,, ,,,, Z ,,,,., ,,,,,,,.,,,,,,,, ,,,,, , ,,,,,,,, ,,,, H ,.,, , " A i Z4 FRANK BENTON CSpecialJ "Svn01"' Literary Society, 1, 2, 3, 43 Athletic As- sociation, 2, 3. 4: Class Baseball, 2, 3: Class Basket-ball. 3, 4g Annual Staff, 43 Statis- tics. "Wit and lzuznar belong ta genius alone." If wit and humor are the basic qualities of a genius, Frank is the greatest genius who has ever honored E. C. H. S. with his presence! NVe have laughed at Frank's sayings and doings all through High School, even up to Senior year, though he has attained Senior dignityC?l. XVe all remember Frank's antiques and his unfail- ing enthusiasm in the savings machine. HELEN DAVVSON CSpecialJ "Helen" Literary Society, 4: Athletic Association, 1, 2, 3, 41 Basket-ball Team. 3, 4: Glee Club, 1, 2, 3, 4: Cheer Leader, 4, Statistics. "Of me you may write in the blacleest of ink, I say what I mean and I know what I tlzilzlef' l-lelen's a most decided young person. If she says she'll go to basket-ball practice. she'll be there on time. If she says she won't, you needn't look for her. We've all decided that Helen is a peach of a jumping center, the best dancer in the Class, and a good sport when it comes to having a good time. 3 ,nerves MW, ,,,.,,, ,, ,,,,, , ,, , Q 1, A df111 F1Jf 4 , , Z ., ,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,, ..,,,.,,. ,,,, fffffffff 'i ,hw lwwwd, y 7 y y .1-..W.. f,.,, I ,.,,, ,,,, , .,,,,,.,.,,, f 7 ,,,,.,. W.mmn?.,.,..,,ly.,u., ,.,,,, , ,,,, ,.... 1 W,W...,Wf,,,,,,.?.....,., W ,,,, .,.,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,.,,, ,,,,,, ,,, ,,, Z ,,,,,,F A A 4 'f VVALLACE ELLIS CSpecialJ Literary Society, 3, 43 Glee Club, 3: Baseball, 3, 43 Class Basket-ball, 3. 41 Dec- lamation Contest, 3. "I will a round, llll'Z'f1l'lll5lIlf'C1' tale deliver." VVallace can always aclcl just a little hit more to anybocly's answer and he always has an answer for any question you put to him, whether it be the correct one or not matters little. VVa1lace may be an orator, or a lawyer, or something that requires speaking-we don't know exactly what. 31 TILTON HAYMAN fSpeeialD Ulm' Lind" Class Representative. "flu CIE-fIl7lC and L'0lH'lL'0Il5 fjL'llllCII1t'll1.H Tilton is quiet ancl reserved: while others make a noise, he always attends to his own business and is never found tak- ing part in any heated discussion. VVe are sure he will make a name for himself and here's hoping for him the best of luck. ,....,,,.,,...,.,,,,.., ,,,,, , ,,,,,,,, , A,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,, W ,,,,,, W ,,,,,,,, ,,A,,,i , ,,., W ,,,, 7M ,,,, y ,,,,,, Z Z Z , ,,,,,,,,,, A,,, ,, ,, ,,,.,,, is ,.,A,,,, 'f'1f f-f f' " ,,, , Z Z ,, ',,, , ,,,,,,A ,f " "" """' ff ff W ,, ,f,,,, ?ah,,,,,f 'f .,,,,., ggi ,,..,,, V. ,,.,,,,, ,.,,,, W ,.,,,,.,.,.,, , .,,,,,,,,., L ,,,.,.,,,,,, .,.,,,,,,,.. fy ..,,,,, ,,,,,,., .,,,,,,, ..,,,,,,,.,., 7 ,.,, .,,,,,. ,,,.,. ,.,,,.. f 0' it ,.,A l, ,,,,,,. ,,,, ,,,,,, Z ,,,,,,,,,,,,,, .,,,,,,,, , ,,,,,,,, ,,,,, ,,,, ..,,,, . A,,, ,.,,,,. ' 5,1 hi , 12 f1.qW 1 A,'Q " 1 :E 'X ' i n TX 5 i . T , ,. .:,1 1 fl ...h,. GOLDIE JAMES CSDCClZ1lD "Billie" Glee Club, 33 Statistics. "Timm lmsf the fam! gif! of lmzzzf-v." Besides being the beauty of our Class. Goldie is one of the sweetest girls we have ever known. Always quiet and inod- assuming. she has maintained a est. never sweet disposition wlneli every one knows her by. 32 JACK JENXETTE CSpeeialJ "facie" Literary Society, 3, 43 Fuzz Family. "fn all iffy lizzzzmrs, ivlzcflzcl' fjl'U'Z'L' or 11101- low, Tlmiz arf suvlz n f0llCflj', fusiy, fvlcasrzzzf fellow." Jacks a good scout. Though he's very prone to arguments and disagreements both with his fellow sufferers and teach- ers, we know that when he leaves the pro- tection of old E. C. H. S. he will put this quality to some good use. Jack may be a lawyer, who knows? It's possible. I eww? N.... E 5 X ' SX SX x..-lsilmfs Si-5 gXxf.,.i2--Si 1121it1tS N111:1:1:i: ....,,x.... W .,.. ,. Q ss X Xe .,x. E s ..,... s 5 Q miiiiiil ERVIN MIDGETTE CSpecialJ "Jllidgetfc" Literary Society, 1, 3, 4: Presiclent Lit- erary Society, 43 Sergeant-at-Arms, 3: Vice-President Athletic Association, 4: .Xthletic Association, l, 2, 3, 43 Historian: Football, 3, 43 Basket-ball, 3, 43 Stuclent Manager of Basket-ball, 43 Statistics. "1!e's ll mcczn, love-n1z1k1'11', lzcclrt-brf'aki1l' mall." Ervin is our 'ladies' man." He got the votes for being the most attractive boy in the Senior Class, and we think it's because of his eyes. They're blue. Did you ever notice them? Ervin looks line in football anclbasket-ball togs and he has proved to us all that he has a good right to wear them. IVLCJYLJ PERRY Q Special l "C'o111'1'0o11.t ffm' my, .-Ina' ywzllf ffm' 1'r'f1'1'vd." l-lere is another girl who, in spite of weather and clistance, manages to get here on time. XVe know very little about her for she keeps her own counsel, but she is "one of us" just the same and is willing to do anything to oblige a friend. 33 A -1,-,Q 1-. f ..-at - ,,- ..A4- M,.f,,,,,, W, A,,,,,,,,,,,,,V W ,V W W, ,, ,W I W My ,, l ,n...... 5 Z W ffff E g fb , Z . ",, I ,,,,, ,..,,, ,,,,,,.,. ,,,.,,,, ,,.,,,,.,,,, "" 'z f f.,,,MhA ,,f, f ..., ,,.., ,,,,,. N ,,.,,, ,,,,,,,,,,, .,. .,,,,,,,,., 1 ..,,,,. N ,,,,,,,,,,,, W ,.,,,,, ,,,,,,,. ,,,,.,.. ,,,,,.,, , ,,,, .,,.,, ,,,,,, ,,,, ,,,,, Z ,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,, ,,,, , ,,,, ,,,,, .,,,,,, 1-JM 1 I ff f RUDOLPH S PENCE CSpecialJ "Studie" Class President, 3. Great credit belongs to "Studie" because in three years he has hnished most of the required subjects for graduation. He is always able to discuss all subjects well and we are expecting him, some day, to become a great orator. ELIZABETH SYKES CSpecial5 "Leah" Literary Society, 3: Glee Club, 23 Ath- letic Association, l, 3, 4. "Modest and simple and sweet." Elizabeth is quiet and easy-going, yet is liked by all that know her. Her friends consider it a great treat to be invited to her home, for she has a way all her own for entertaining them. 5'-'--'semwwem , at Q Q? .i.. . ig lf 2 E f f' fi S X5 E 2 Xe 5 X Nfiitxw wzixzzzziimsi N:i::::1:::: mtiititziizzwxxg Q ......,,. ,. Q ..x.,..,,... wizziitizzzxzmg ....,. wizzzzizzgizzmg m:::1:::t::1,.i1S NF 2 Q34 N z' '-1' 4 ,hi 3' no P-4 fiabnasw rn5f3r",E'r-v- '-+C-O- O '-1 C1-O anagra- 5-.fi,E2-f "3Nmr:xi. rn U"Urx..m CQTX-im' -1:-H... Q.r'D""Uq9, SCLFTEU' 0130 K"5..g: 300.014 14'-15:3 OFD'--UQ 23Q'qi2 9.3 '.... OWQNUQ O '19-5 53905, EI?-I -1 5 Tl W Glass Liinzm So upon the sea I launched my bark And followed the call, not heeding the dark. My vessel sailed on o'er reef and bar: And save by the light of this kindly star There was no other guide my way to mark. But lo, before me the way was brightened. So dazzling its beauty I at hrst was frightened, The hill top of achievement now burst on my sightg The ideals I had cherished and everything right Now loomed before me and life's burdens were lightened. And as I reveled in this land of delight, I thought of my friends and their similar plight. I longed to be able to point out the way That each should travel from day to day, The path that would lead to the ultimate Right. I-IARVEY Goo1iwIN, '23. 35 g.,,,,,,,W ,,,,, , ,,,, , ,.,, ,,,,, ,, ,,,,,,,,, , ,,,,,.,,.,,, , ,,,,,,,,.,,,,,,, 7 WW ,,,, ,,,,,, 7 ,W fm ,,,,., , M ,,.,, W WW ,,,,,, , ,.,, W ,,,, 7 M ,,,, W ,,,,,, W W A g Z Z 5 Z Z? Z 5 'Z ,,,,,,,,, ,,,, ,,,, ,,,, - .,,,, g My Z . ,,,., ,.f,,, ,.,,,.,,, ,,,,,,,, 2, .,..4:ff4f eff ,,,,,, ,,.,,,, 5 ,,,.,,,.,, ,Y ..,1f f'f""' ,,,, efsfv fflf zzf 2 ,,,,. ff Ii if 12 ft aa ff Z dim! ,.,, f .W ..,.,,,, f """' 7 f'ff' -f-ff 7 ,,,,., 7 ,,,...,,,.., .. ,,,.,,,, ,.,.,,,,,.,, ..,,, : ,,,,,. ,,,,,,, ,.,,,,,,,if,,,,,,,,7 .,.,.,,,, , .,,, N ,,., ff iffizmfm, ,.,,,, , ,,,, , ,M ,,,,, .,,. .,.,,, ,,,,, , ,,,, . ,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,, , ,,,,, , ,QW,f,,, f,Z,,,,Z ,Z,,,,,,Z ,,,,,,, ,,,,,, I A 1 1923 Class History f- G 'NVQ boys, aged fourteen and fifteen respectively, were stand- ing on the new school grounds where the workmen were just completing lilizabeth City's brand new "Mansion of Learning." n "Gee, John! aren't you glad that we will soon be in I our new school?" i "I certainly ani, Bill! .Iust think how niuch better ofi we will be than our brothers and sisters who graduated in 1925" Looking across the street. the boys saw the old brick building where their less fortunate schoolmates graduated the year before. Then they looked back across the street at their new "High School." The large, white stone pillars looked larger to them than the ones that were used in Nero's home away back in 50 A. D. "That was an unusual class, when they entered High School. But did you know that out of the one hundred and three Freshmen, there were only fifty-four who graduated. Ifive out of the class stopped school when they had only about a half term longer to go. Hard luck. wasn't it? Something must have been the matter with that class. During the first three months of their last year, just about three-fourths of the class failed on their studies." "Good gracious! lilo not say that! XVhen you know that the Class of '23 during its last year ran ofit with the scholarship shield nearly every month." "Listen, Bill, I have an old copy of T110 Sf11u'v1zfs' RCT'l't'Tt' over at my home. I guess you know how proud we were when the "School" first put out a real school paper? -Xnd besides that, I have a large book full of pictures that Ilud took while he was going to school here. XVhat do you say about walking over home and looking at them P" So the boys strolled over to .Iohn's home, where they were soon deeply interested in the photo-book. 36 f i Z,wmwmwuw1-vfM,,m,,?g,???5rgW,wf,,w,... ,,,,,,,,,..,0W ,,g ,,,,,, .,,.,, , ,1.,,,.., fflff 4 ,ffff ,,.f Z W 4 Z A ,,,,, ,.,,,, ,.,,.,,,, ,,,.,,,, ,,...,,,.,,, ,,., ""' Q twmmha IIAI 4? .7 ,,,,, gg , .,,.,,. y ,,.,,,,.., .,.,., ,.,.f. ,.,,.,....,.,,,.,,. J ,,.,..,..,. ,HW ..,,,.,,,,,. fa ,,,,f,, W .,,.,,, ,af ,.,,,,,, 4, ,,,,,...,.,,, .,,. ,,,,,, 9 ' ,,,,.., 4 W X ,.,. ,,,,,,,, ,,,. ,,,,,,,,, .,.,. ,,,,,,,.,,,,,,,, . ,,,, ,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,, ,,,,,, .,,. .,,,, 4 4 M77 1 "Say-see that man? He was l13ud's tirst High School principal. That he is the tinest man that he has ever known. time before llud entered High School. .Xnd is Mr. Combs. Bud says that He was there at school a long this large man here is Mr. Sheep, who was Superintendent while llud was there: he has held that high office for about the past six years. He under- stands the boys and manages to keep them out of mischief. This other man is Mr. Holmes. He came to li. C. H. S. when lilud iirst entered High School. He has been teaching there for the past four years and all the boys and girls are very fond of him. lfor the past four years Mr. Holmes has been Coach and Manager in all athletics. ' "This picture here is of the boys who would come out to school at night when the whole town was in dreamland. They would put their class numeral all over the building, and misbehave in many ways. They stopped it soon after school started because the Superintendent 'found out who was doing all this. "Do you know that boy on the end? Xllell. that is Vernon llavis. lle was President of his class, when llud was a Senior. "These groups of pictures here are the "literary Societies." llotll the boys' and the girls' societies were good that year. They had a full attendance every night that they would meet. .Xbout every boy and girl would be out at school every night they met. because they hated to pay tines and miss a good program besides. "Talking about lfootball, here's a picture of the squad in lU2tl. That was a line bunch of players. and three of them belonged to the Class of 223. This other picture is of the squad in '22-23. That was a good team, although most all of the players were light. They only lost one game during that season "And as for Basket-ball that year. the team was also good. They lost the first three games of the season by a close scoie. but after a little more prac- tice. they started winning all the games that they played. lt looked like there wasn't a team that would stop them. "This other picture is of the llaseball team. The boy who is standing in the center is julian lYard, our star pitcher. XVe won all the games with his smile. He put life into the whole team. They only lost two games dur- ing the whole season, and they showed up well when they were trying for the 37 ,,..,,,,,iwwww-M-.. ff-.ffmw7fWiZ?5Z.w,,,,,f0,fm,.,,..,..,,.U,,,,,,,wyWW ,,WW,,,7,,,7M ,,,,., iv ,,,.,,, M,?.,,,W,.,,7wW fl I 2 , ,,,,,, . ZW? Z Z ' Z Z ZZ Z ,,,,. ,,,,,, ,,,, ,,,. - 6 Z ..,,.,,,..,., ffff' """ """"' ff f"f' ffff- """" """"" .,.,,, f "" Z ., ..,, ,,,.,..,,. .,.,,. .,.,,,,,,.., - ..,., ,,,, f"1'f'ff W aw! l,,' Whpwf' 7-...YV 7 y 7 7 f ,IW ..,,.. ,,.,.,.,,.,, 7 ,,,..,, W ,,,,,, ., W ...,,.,, 7 , ,,,,,,,.,,,. W ,.,. W WNW? ,,,, W ,,,..,, W N ,,.,. W va ,,,,, ,,,,Z ,,,,,, Z ,,,,,.,,,,,. ,,,,,,, , ,,,, Z ,,,,, Z ,,,,, . State Championship. The Seniors were a little piggy that year and theytput six men on the team, so it just left a few more players that could come out of the other grades. "lsn't this a good-looking bunch of girls? NVell, that is the "Girls' Basket-ball Team." They didn't lose a game the whole season, and they just walked right off with the Championship. The girl in the center is Max- ine Fearing. She was Captain in '22 and '23, and l don't think there was a girl more popular in the whole school than she. The girl at the end is Lillian Harris: she played forward, and there wasn't a guard that could stop her from shooting goals. "See that tall girl on the next page? That's Ellen Melick. She was on the Debating Team and she won everything, mostly by her smile. She was our best debater and the Team won in the 'Triangle Debate' and made a creditable showing when they went to Chapel Hill. "This picture is of the 'Annual Stafff They are not so much on looks but they surely did put out a good Annual. "The Seniors must have been wonderful, Joe! That is an enviable record for a class, isn't it? I believe that they were interested in every phase of school work, and they certainly must have entered into it with the proper spirit." ERVIN TNTIDGETTE, Hl'Sf0l'1.U71. 38 ff fp K x ff Q , wi K W KR w I Q My f Q W rm W N JIU: f A?,iE N WW 'ww f M W W 'HU ,nlrrfilf M W! MMU M, iw .,,, ,, ,MW ,.,,,, ,- ,W :,.,,.,.,,, ,,.,,.,....,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,.,,, 7 ,W ,,,,,, , W, A ,,,,,. ,f ,.,,,,, , my fy XX-fy ANZ., ,,.,, 2 ,HW ,,,, V A ,.,. 7 ,,,.,, W 17 ,AWfmWf,,,,,,,ff , , A , , , ,, , , , ff? Z ..,,,,,, ,.,,,..A, f"f'f "f " """A ""' Z Z 6111 'wh aff ,,,,,. 1 ,,,,.,. A ,ff"ff' 'W f"" W "', 215- .12 if 2: li zany ffffQ :f zz 22 , ,..4..A, ,, , ,,,f,, r K ,',l,, ,,,, f ,.,,,, ... . ,.,, .,,,,,,4.. ,.,. , , ,,A.A,,,,4A , A,. .,.,,A. ,V ,,,A.,. ,,.,A,.,,,,,, ,A,. .,., , ,.,,A f ,,,,,,,., , ,i,,, ,.,,,, , ,,,, ,,,,,, ,,,,, Z ,,,,,, ,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Q ,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,, ,,,, , ,,,, ,,,,,,, ,,,,,,, ,,,,,,, J ' Class Comics: Old Gold and Blue FI.oxvER: Marechal Niel Rose Morro: "Into the Midst of Things." OFFICERS BRQXIDEORD SANDERS .....,....,........,......... ............... P l'C'Sl.df'IIf RACHEL XYILLLXMS ....,. ..................,,... I '1't-0-P1-aridmit XYlLl.lS KRAMER ...... .,..........,.................. ....... S l L't'I'l'fllI'-X' and TI'Ftl.Y7ll'l'l' CLASS ROLL XX'ilmer Ballard .Xddison Stanton Nellie Jones Qyde Butler Marvin Trueblood, Elizabeth LeRoy Selby Cartwright Johnnie Williams Lillie Mae Ludford XYillis llozier Oscar XVilliams Rebecca Miller XYilliam Dudley Bessie Abbott Glennie Morse Oliver Evans Emma Barnett Leona Munden seyh lferebee Nellie Baum Loreen Munden ilieriill Griggs Evelyn Bright Margaret Nash , Mariun Harrig Ruth Bright Hazel Owens yum-5 Hill Dorothy Chappell Maud Perkins Thomas johnson Margaret Cooper Mildred Perry XYillis Kramer Emily Commander Mary Prichard Marvin Mann Mary Creeey Lillian Pritchard Lester Markham Bessie Drinkwater Irene Riddick IBC-Unis Mmggm Mary Dozier Louise Smith Edward Old G Margaret Gordon Nannie Mae Stokes Um,-105 Qvefmgm Gertrude Harrell Blanche Sutton Walter Pearson Gussie Lee Harrell Elizabeth XVest Bradford Sanders Ruth Haskett Jessie W'illiams Mm-inn Sgyfferf Margaret Holloxvell Rachel Williams IQWIHIPI1 Spence Carrie Hooper Annie May Xliinslow 40 jumoles JUNIORS JUNIORS ,asm-2.-: eff.:-ami' ,',5fsis-s.:J,s- -L,-MH-f A--- ,.--7 A--, , ,Y ---2----,--s:-wM----- "'-'-- 9---M-M 'A'- ZW- 'fy lu 1'May""yW""W"""'y"y'! Q 1 , , . 1 1 , .. f'fA" f ""f'A ,, ,, A.V A ,,.,,4 , 1 " M ZMW-gf -7 ..,,. ,...,., .,,,.,.,,, ,,.,., ,.,,,,.,,,.., , ,..,,..,., L ..,,,,,,,, .,,,,,,.,,.,, .,,.., .,,,,,, 7 ,,,,,,,, V .,,,,,,.,.,, ,,., ,,.,,,, ..,,,, ,,,.,. X ,..., ,,,,,,., Q ,,,,. Z ,,,,, ,.,,,,,,, , ,,,.,,,,, Z .,,,,, .,,,,,A Z .,,,,., I . , Junior Class History 31 v ,. X September, 19211, there were about a lll11lll1'Cll pupils who XXX: were foriually establishecl 111 li. C. l-l. S. as 1ires11111e11 '55 YQ' K N after having rece1ve1l tl1e regular 111it1ati1111, w111cl1 cousistecl 5 is, of ple11ty of soap a1111 2111 over-supply of water. XVe sur- e11tere11 tl1e High School to be li1lOXX'11 as tl1e Class of 'Z-1. S A v1ve1l this Zllltl s111111 beca111e 21CCl1SlU11lCCl to the pleasures 211111 trials of High School life. XYe co111plete1l our l:1A65l1lll2l1l year, 211111 the lt 11111w111g September became SUlJllO1llU1'CS. This year our class began to take a more active part 111 the sc11ool activities, having 501116 of our members 1111 tl1e various at11letic teams. a1111 o11e 1111 tl1e clebatiug tea111. Sixty-hve of our original hu1111re1l were privileged to beco111e .1u11i11rs Hllll the 111aj11rity of tl1e Class have a very high sta1111111g 111 scholarship. lVe are well 1'eprese11te1l 111 athletics by Lister Markham o11 tl1e lfootball a1111 Basket- ball teams, XY11111er Ballard a1111 Marvin 'l'rueb1111111 ou the Baseball team. Jessie 1V1ll1ams, Rachel XV1ll1ams, a1111 Maude Perkins 1111 tl1e Girls' Basket- ball Team. Mary Dozier a1111 Rachel XVillia111s were choseu 111 tl1e 1J1'CllHl1l1E11'lCS to represent tl1e High School 111 tl1e .xllllllill Triangle Debate. XVe are looking 101'XX'Z1l'il to being Seniors next year a1111 l'6.1lJ1C11lg 111 tl1e fact tl1at we will be tl1e t1rst class to graduate 11-11111 the New High School. 44 4-...... nn. ..: -..... n .....: Q-1il'i"l ' r- 'inf-nn ........u..u...-...,- -...nh . .- . .2 .-, "1111f121f"'-"--f-----" 22r1r::?!!!!!--...ai::::L:?!!E!:::::!g:::::!5!EE!EE?4f:f--- f kXEP?HKGKNU1RE X J K ' MJ' fb!!! VH K g 'wifi 'Quill' I !il4rM' s H e I X! - N K X 'X Z E : 3 'I' ,W 4 L f Ima-, ,, ..--..41 .. I .5555 aaagsjj ' 1 i':3:::zi-rflliiilnfizig li! ,::........ .....::i1..ui5g f ......,.,,-M .,...,.-fa..-.,..ufff,..41,Wqf,.,,f,,,,,4,,,.,..,,,..,,,,,,pww,. .. j 7 V X WWW fa! Z Ns 7 A Z 4, My ,,,,,,, ,,,, ,,,.. f, ,,,,, ,, ,.,.-..- .,A. -,U VAVV - ---A--.,.,------ - f f f 7 ,.,,,,,, ,, ,,,,,,,, ,, ,y ,vu Z """"' """' ,,,,, """ Z "', ,,,,. "'W H eg ,....., M y, ,,,,, W ,.,,,, ,,,,.....,,,, - ,,,,,,.,,.. .,,..,.,,,, 7 ,.,,,,,,,,.. W ,..,,,, W ,,,,..., , ,.,.,,,, 7 .,,..,,,,,.,, 7 ,,,, , ,..,,, 9 I., .,,,,, 5 ,,,,,,. ,.,,,, ,,,, , ,,,,, Z ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Z ,,,, , , ,,,,,, ,,,,,,,, ,,,, .,,, ,N ,,,, Z 'J WZ W Co1.oRs: Purple and XVhite FLOXVERZ Violet Morro: "Onward and Upward." OFFICERS ANNIE MILLER SEELEY .......................... .............. P resident CATHERINE HATHANVAY ..,.. ANNIE MIDGETT MARGUERITE BROTHERS Carroll :Xbbott Lawrence .-Xydlett Vance Bailey James Ball Edwin Barkley Vernon Chappell Harold Chesson VValter Cohoon Melvin Davis Braxton Dawson Edward Dunstan Oscar Gaskins Hehue Hickman Linwood Hughes William Jennette Seldon Mann Paul Miller Francis Nixon Macon Nixon Burgess Perry VVilliam Perry Joseph Pool Herman Sawyer Linwood Simpson Roy Symons XVilbourne Smith Dwight Sylvester Krause XfValker .......Vice-Pzvsidvlzf ..............Si'CI'L'fl1I'-V .......Trvasurer NS Sai Q 'CLASS ROLL XN'illiam NVinslow Brightie White Dorr VVilley john VVood Aleene Aydlett Eloise Aydlett Ruby Bright Sallie Bright Minnie Lee Brockett Hettie Brothers Mabel Chappell Edna Mae Cox Katherine Davis Margaret Davis Mildred Dozier Mittie Fearing Ruth Harrell Camilla Hopkins Ruth Harris Katherine Hathaway Eunice Hayman Mary Horner Mary Louise James Camille -Iennette Anna Johnson Josephine Lambert Shellen Lewis 46 Reta Lowry Emily Mann Annie Midgette Edna Miller Hildah Nooney Louise Outlaw Mabel Pearson Grace Pendleton Eunice Richardson Beatrice Sawyer Margaret Sawyer Margaret E. Sawyer Ruth Scott Annie Miller Seeley Mattie Shaw Marjorie Skinner Edna Smith Pearl Spruill Lina Stanton Mary Tarkenton Elizabeth Thompson Helen Thorpe Stella Whaley Louise VVhite Lillian lfVilkins Lessie NfVinslow Lillian W'ood Marguerite Brothers I P 2 J4 LII - 'fl .1 LJ us Z 0 E Lf I E V U1 ZZ Z Z Z ,,.,,. ,,,,,,,, f,.f f'f!f' """' f in ,,,,..,,,,,,,,,,,. .,.,,. ,,..,, ,,,,,.,,, yi lllh Z , A,,,, -If "'f f MQW ,: EQ 5iiffffff'f.,5jg if W Wmllwcf VM f,,,,,, W ,,,,,,,,., ....,, ,.,.,,., M..- ..,,.....,. L ..,,.,, ,.,, ,HW ,,,,..,,,,,. 17 ,,..,., ,V .,,,.,,, W .,,,..,, 4, ,.,.,,,,,,,,., ,.., .,,,.., ,..,.., ..,.,.. U ..,, .,,. .,,,,, ..., ,,,,.,,, ,,,,, , ,,,, .,,,,,, .,.,,,, ,,,, -1 XIHZ? .,,. S homore Class History f N September '21, 1921, we, the Class of l925. entered High 7. School. This was considered quite an event for us: though our years in Grammar School were pleasant. we were glad lg., T to be classed as High School students. Xxx-QV' l , . th, T-X lt took some time for us to become accustomed to this new life which we were to lead. Each of us took much in- terest in the Boys' and Girls' Literary Societies. Glee Clubs, and Athletics. which were organized later by several of the teachers. laiixw. Throughout the year we had many good times and ranked high in schol- arship. The next term when we gathered together for our Sophomore year, only a few were missing. liach one began to do his best and accomplished much during the year. lVe took a leading part in athletics and societies. During the football season there were several boys out of our class who made the High School team and played well. The Boys' and Girls' Basket-ball teams were made up of those who played well and defeated the Freshmen in several games. Of all these we were very proud. 011 October 6th, of this term, we entertained the Freshmen at a reception, given at the Y. M. C. -X. Dancing and many games were enjoyed, and later refreshments were served. This was the first time in the High School his- tory that the Sophomore Class showed so much interest as to entertain their fellow schoolmates. lVe had many pleasures during the year, but what we enjoyed most of all was our school work, which each one did with much interest. ln our dlunior and Senior years, which now lie before us, we hope to accomplish much and ever live up to our motto: "Onward and Upward." 48 Qx Q ! gf JA r ANZ Zf 's.A GN Q i Qs Q 9 QQQQPW Q2 Sump C 7 7 , , V f Q X X y,,mIlEfUw x X U f-J T xy X! X 'S 61' H X N' 3 f X EVAKLXWM JT XXX f A W I Qx: U f Q ? ' I " FT X L M YQWHNR, wap.-mawvuaw, ,,,, ff,f W www-1 ffffff lf 1 fffflff fv v 1 ,f,, ,,,, 4 whim ,,,,f y ffff I ff ff W My mu, ,,,, V fff, 7 A ,,,, 7 ,,,,,, y W Awfww Z W ZX? W I ,,,, ,,,,, ,.,, ,,,,,,,, fff-"ff "'f'f"' Z , I' ' W.. ,.,..., ,,,,.,,,, ..,,.. ,,,,,,.,.,,,, . ,,,.,,,,,,. L ,,.,.,,.,,,, ,.,.,,, .,,,,.,, ,,,,.,,, .,,,.,,,, ,,.. ,,., ,,,, ,.,,,. ,,,,, ,,,, , ,,,,,, Q .,,,,, Z ,,,,.,,.,, , ,,,,, ,,.,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,, ,,,,, 0 , ,,,,,,, ,,,, COLORS: Purple and Gold FLOWER: Pansy OFFICERS MARY OYVENS ......... ......................... ......,.......................... P 1 'vsideut HELEN BRIGHT ..... .......................... V irc-Prv.ride11f MARTHA WHITE ....................................... S'ccrcfary and TI'UHSlll'L'7' CLASS ROLL Wallace Bagley Andrew Bailey Blackwell Barkley Marshall Barkley Allen Bell Robert Bray Marvin Cartwright Charles Cartwright Blacknall Cooke XfVilliam Fearing Robert Fearing Roscoe Foreman Bennie Ganderson Edward Gaskins James Gregory Charles Hollowell Frank Hollowell Frank Horner J. T. Jackson Richard Job Joseph Kramer Claude Kost Ebenezer Leary Oscar Meggs Victor Morgan Francis Nixon Cecil Patrick Calvin Patrick Walter Perkins Carl Perry D. C. Perry Clarence Pritchard George Scott Richardson Sedgwick XVesley Sheep Irvin Swain Carl Vtfalston Matthew NVeeks Robert XVhite Elgin W'hite Ralph VVilcox Horace VVise Orris Young Martha Archbell Fannie Balance Olivia Benton Selma Benton Helen Bright Gracie Brock Myrtle Brown Annie Byrum Clara Carter Montery Cartwright Leona Culver Oscie Davis Bruce Davis Eula Davis Mary Davis Nellie Davis Katherine Duff Elsie Fisher Lona Fulcher Ruth Gaskins Mary Gladden Gregory Nannie Harrell Bessie Horner Evelyn Jennings Helen Kramer lda Lassiter Evelyn Leary Helen Leigh 50 Virginia LeRoy Frances Lewis Hazel Long Effie Madrin Anne Melick Edna Morrisette Ethel McCoy Evelyn Owens Mary Owens Hazel Perry Ethel Pugh Katie Riddick Evelyn Rodgers Billie Saunders Minnie Lee Sawyer Naomi Spear Iva Mae Spruill Sarah Stack Mary Stevenson Elizabeth Stokley Grace Sylvester Mary Tarkenton Julia Tuttle Shelton Twiddy Bessie Twiford Lillian Twiford Margaret Wells Katie VVhaley Martha XfVhite Grace White Katie White Queenie White Ruth W'illiams Esther NVilliams Elizabeth Williams Irene W'oodard ,r,,, ffqti si ? CLASS MAN RESH F nfl S 2 '-f' is 2 1 XX wiziilms S Y s s Mxtizziis i NNN..,,E.. X .....x,...E ss11:1::i:11i mtiititzzzizmxsg wzzzgigizgzzzgxw w.::1:1:1t::31xXX is W 2 X Freshman Class History f G HE CLASS GF 1922 began its High School career with about , X 6 6 one hundred Junils. .Xlthouvh our Class may not be the IWX fp? v 1 I 6 ' largest that ever entered High School, yet it has made up in fxlffg quality what it lacked in quantity. fra," T 'fx i , After we had settled down and our stage fright had U worn off, xve proceeded to elect our class oflicers. Qur Class is well represented in all phases of High School life. lt is true that we have not furnished many stars on the Literary Society and Basket-ball teams, but we have taken a great deal of interest in our scholarship. XVe hope that every member of our Class will remain with us until we graduate, in order that xve may have the largest graduating class that has ever been in the Iilizabeth City High School. IXZ77Zf!l7,T A ' C C "Y"' Y ,JY ,f a1f'f,i1 I IIif.f...Zi A ,I W1 llfllx ' A - o gp' I '25 1 A lllllll v M l l -M. r - MGE!!! f , t"tlW1fI v ina! , mg iii' 3 fi N Kmmmmmvx 52 f n Z7 f N 5 ,,,, I 111 ..,,. ,,., ,,,, mga ,-, ,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,.,,, ,Q f A , lllffl A ,,,,,,, H4 ,,,,.,,, ,,.,,,,,.,. if ff-f I H ,,,,,, 'i ,.,,,, .,..,, ,.,.,, 'f11""'f-f-"" V ..,, """ Z , ,, ,.., , 1 ,,,,,,,, , ,,,,,,,,, gggjffjf ..,, W , WMM! 7,....?W 7 ,,,.,. ,.,A,,,,,,.., . ,.,.,,,,,,. 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Sefrcfzlry-T1'm.rIIrvV MEMBERS HELEN BRIGHT OSCIE DAVIS HELEN DAWSON EMILY COMMANDER KATHERINE DUFI7 MAXINE FEARING LILLIAN HARRIS CATHERINE HATHAXVAY NELLIE JONES HELEN KRAMER HELEN LEWIS HELEN LITTLE ANNE MELICK ELLEN MELICK LOUISE OUTLAXV MARY OXVENS MAUD PERKINS SARAH LEE PERKINS IIILLIE SAUNDERS LORRAINE SAXVYER MARGARET SAXVYER LINA STANTON ELIZABETH THOMPSON FANNIE XVELCI-I MARGARET XVELLS LILLIAN XVILKINS JESSIE XVILLIAMS RACHEL VVILLIAMS RUTH WILLIAMS I 57 Iw,,,,,.wfw,...,.m.A OCIATION SS IC A THLET RLS' A G1 S 5,0 X! ,,,,,,,, W ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, , ,,,,,, ,, ,,,,,,, , ,,,,,hV , ,,,, ,,,, ,, 2 1 A 74 f , ,,,,,,,,,,, 4 ,,., 4 .,,,..,, ,,,, 1 ? ,,,,, ff-f" A Z A f.f'f..'.f"f-", 1""' """ ,.,,,,. ,.,,,,,,. .,,,, 1 , , .,,.., ,,,,,,,,., ,,,.., 7 ...,..., . ,,,,,,.,,, L ,,,.,. ,,,,,,., ,,,,.., ,,,,, , ..,,..,. fy ..,.,....,,., ,,,. W ....,, Q ,,,,, , ,,., ,,,, , , ,,.,,,,,,,,,,, ,4,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,, ,,,, , ,,,, ,,,, , ,A WIA , 1 l C I Boys Ath et1c Assoc1at1on OFFICERS ELLIOTT WARD ..,... ...,...................... ,......,.,.. P 1 -csidezzf FRVIN MIDGETTE ...... ......... .... I ' ice-President VERNON DAVIS ...... .A..... - S'cfrc!ary-Treasurer MEMBERS NVILMER BALLARD VERNON BARCO EDXYIN BARKLEY FRANK BENTON CURTIS BERRY CLYDE BUTLER HAROLD CHESSON VVILLIAM DAILY RUSSELL DAVIS VERNON DAVIS JOSEPH FEREBEE BOBBIE FEARING XVILLIAM FEARING HARVEY GOODXVI N MARION HAIQRIS J. T. JACKSON XVILLIS KRAMER LISTER MARKHAM ERVIN MIDGETTE PAL'L MILLER EDNVARD OLD ZACK OXVENS XVALTER PEARSON BRADFORD SANDERS XVILBORNE SMITH MARION SEYFFERT MARVIN TRUEBLOOD CLEMENT TXVIFORD ELLIOTT XYARD IULIAN XVARD MATTHEW' WEEKS BRIGHTIE NYHITE JOH NNIE XVILLIAMS 59 Q2 LET1C.Xss0ClAT1oN TH 'A BOYS an-aa -of e 7 -- sfo- f f 7 ,il 5 f 7743 ZW 2 at Z Z ta 2 2 Z 3Sf:p'fpi,.a..,.,.,.,,.,, , Z j 4 Z Z f f 1? zawig gf f Mn, fy Z ,, 1, f!r"'f'f"'2z Z X 2 - ff- VVYVV 7 ....,. My ,.,Y,, an ,,,,,,, ,,,, :.:,,,,7,M,.7,,,,,,,,,7h,,,,,,y,,,,,,,,,,y,,,g :Mm ..., W Football , , INCH last year's accident. it has been hard to get the boys K Q t J? interested in football. The opposition of the parents has a ik f year: some who are making good in class football at College. if Q HI Sherlock and Jones are said to be good for next year's Yar- J sity. XYe know they will make a good showing. lYe had only two games this year. The lint 0 School-48. Great Bridge-O. The two teams were about equal in weight and size. Our team outplayed them ii F5LXxqf'5 I E oi' ,uf . . , great deal to do with it. We lost some good players last ek- Aff' u - 'XL 5 , I s game was with Great Bridge: High i every respect, as the score will show. The next game was with South Norfolk: High School-O. South Yorfolk- 7 4-. Our team was outweighed, but it put up a hard light, until the whistle blew. 61 N5 oN, E1 pg JACKS lf! Ka 'cs EN E FORD, Capt 1 ,,,,, , ,,,, ,,,,., V! W .,., ,,,, 4, ,,,.,, 7 . ,, , .,,,,, 1 .....C.UllC1I Coavlz lfu rim! rd 1'.Ul"ZL'tll'd ....CCllfCl' ...Blizzard ...ljmzrd SKET- BALL TEA M B A account of themselves. The winning of these two championship games makes 'N lk 'EE ea :bf-+ v-QU!!-t ma" f-rp ,... rw'-hw Q-,F'ff' :Ti ,.,'D:: omf v-I SL x.J -1Cl""- ss' fb fa Q. 'Img' rw' -1 FDU-JCYQ Z" C fbi-ft: D'-'-1 "1CF,'IQ' ,... i-l.'l. .450 r-Qqllff' my-. ,.J -4 ...mm ...., aw r-P cg? f-rim ..- .-at-"" QMS ,.. 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But could we ex- pect less. with Sawyer to make the long-distance shots that seem to be drawn to the basket from any angle. and Harris to dodge, "creep up" under the goal. and slip 'em in? Nor must we slight the constant vigilance and activity of Perkins and Fearing at guard, nor the lightning-like swiftness with which Hathaway passes the ball through center. aided by the steady and consistent playing of XVilliams at jumping center. Back of the team proper, and ready to go on duty at a n1oment's notice, have been the subs and second team, to whom we owe much praise and credit for our successes. The girls have entered the Eastern Division of the State Championship, and as shown by the last two games in the record below, are giving a good them eligible to play in the semi-iinals. and are practicing hard to capture the big end of as the .Xnnual goes to press, they the final score. RECORD, I922923 Date Place Score November 3 ................... Edenton E. City ...,.... ..... 1 43 Edenton 13 NUVGITHJCI' 17 .... ....,.. E lizabeth City E. City ,..,..,. .,.., 3 5, Edenton 13 December 8 .... ................ H ertford E. City ........ ..... 3 1- Hertford ...... .... 4 Ja11U21ry 19 ........ ......,. E lizabeth City E. City ........ ..... 2 43 Hertford ...... .... 9 liellrllary 2 ...... ........ E lizabeth City E. City ........ ..... 1 7. W. C. I ........, .,,. l 4 Ffllfliilfy 9 ...... ................ B elhaven li. City ........ ..... l 3' Belhaven ...,,. .... l 3 MHYCl1 2 ..... ....... E lizabeth City E. City ........ ..... 1 23 Belhaven .,,,,. ,,.. 9 MH1'Cl'1 10 ..... ...,... E lizabeth City E. City ...,.... ..... 2 5, New Bern ,..,. .... 7 HIGH CITY ETH A B IZ EL TEAIXIA -BALL GI RLS' BASKET I x O Pl Q. LA S LJ C 7 ff. EJ .ff KZ F ri ' -. 3 -o.. E LJ G 5 Q of 2 C ,- '-3 Lf rf Ld ,177 U1 Z1-I I1 'F E LD H Z l Z bl D4 I-1-I c Z 4 -H A A 170 r-1 .- . v-4 E f-1 .- 51 4.a U7 x., 4.a f-1 .5 GD . -- A! -4 O -A-1 4-J '-4-4 lu' if N 'Z Z Q Q H rl Q4 -N S LJ 9 'S 'N AXVSON, IJ ELEN H -ware! 'L v, 'N4 21 F4 I' :S 'C U7 Lu Z 4 z HEL XYILLIAMS, Guard. AC ara' ,' R Gu PERKINS, EE L SARAH Gz1c11'd,' R , IUUPE VELYN I I-E Kam Srcand auager, Forward. M HARRIS, ILLIAN d L UI' ' -R G11 If U11 apr ARING, C FE IAX NE IN fcrj C011 CATHER NE HATHAWAY, Side 'ZU- R 0 II Botfm , ,U ,,,,,,, my ,,,,,. ff f,,,,,, V W, ,H ,W ,,,,, 5 fff' 7 I fffff v 'WW ff ""f""""'W" ' ,,,,, N ,,,,,,,,,,,,, 1 M A A 1 , ,,,,,, 4 ,,,,,,,,. 4 .,,,,.,, Va! .,,,.,,,,,, ,,,. 'fff 'l,", i ,ww ,.,.,.,,,,,,,.,,,, ,..,, ,,,,,. Z Z ' "" """' W 2,,,,,,,,,!A,Mf 1 7 ...,,, W, .,..,., 7 ,,.,,,,,,, V ,,,,,, ,,,...,,.,,.. , ,....,,..., L ,,,.,,,,,,,. V ,,.,,,,,,,,, ,,,,.,,,, 7 .,,,,,.. W ,,..,.,,,,... V ,.,, V .,,,.. 6A.7 ,,,,,, V,,,,,,,0 ,,,,,, .,,,. , ,,,,,, Z ,,,,,,,,. ,,,, ,,,,, , .,,,,,,,, ,,,, ,.,,,, Z M 4 .4 53 V345 N rw l 1 ,1-va :Ya 1 L if! ii T if J ff., Baseball ASEE -XLL is the leading game in our school to-day. Though we we-e well represented in all other athletics, we hope to do much better this year in baseball. XVe have lost a few old players, whom we miss. but hope to make up with those coming ont. Wfith Davis behind the bat and XVard in the box, aided by Trueblood on first. Daily on third, and Ballard at short, we hope to bring honor to the lilizabetb City High School. Butler and lVard will hold their old positions in the field for another year. The players we lost last year were Sherlock, Modlin, Gregson, and Skin- ner, all fine players. XVe had a series of games last year with Hertford and Edenton, four games each. XVe could not finish this series after entering for the State Championship. The first game in the Championship was with Hert- f t, . I . ,',. ...,, - ,r ord XVe xx on tiat game, which gay e us a chance with New Bern. At New Bern we had a good game, but were defeated, thus ending our chance for the Championship. This year we hope to go even farther than last year, having so many old players and plenty of good material to pick from. Cl' 67 f 1 If ,A- fr, If I ., 5 BASEBALL TEAM TLER, cherg BU Pit HARRIS, oach 5 OLMES, C H MILLER, Outtield: HITE, Outheldg W EARING, Outhelclg F Righf- Left to Top Row, Third Base. ch E .I ..I 44 3 T .- GJ 'JI 4-I 3 Second DAILY, Baseg rst D, Fi TRUEBLOO Short-Stopg E. WARD, Outheldg I g BERIII DAVIS, Catcher t- 0 Righ t ft II Row Le 01 Bott ARD, Pitcher. NV '41 Aj U2 CV O31 f f irfr trr r 11 ii"' 5 AAA1f1 11' ff- 1-f1Aif-f 11f11 Aff1fi,1 'A"" 'A" ' ' f f' Z f fl ZW, fff- f-... If X .7 ,A,,,,,, Z ,,,..,. 7 ,,,,,,,... .,,.., ,,,..,,,,,,., . .....,.,,,.....,,,,,,,,, ,..,,., ,,.,,.,, 2 .,,,,.,, ,,,,..,,,,.,, ,,,. ,.,.., ,.,,,, ,,,.... , ,,,,,i, ,A1,, ,, ,,,,,, ,, , ,,f,,,, , ,, , ,,, 4,, ,, , , , The House on The Cliff Y reason for writing this is as much of a mystery to me as it is, perhaps, to you. I am an .eXmerican, born and bred, but 2 5 born, though not reared, with an insatiate wanderlust. .Xs I ggmfegy regards this world's goods, I am not exactly in need of any- thing, except excitement, thanks to a far-sighted father. A I "' However. when you have heard what I have to say, you are perfectly free to form your own opinion. XYhat I am going to tell you actu- ally happened. Some years ago, an ugly March day, rainy and foggy, found me in a stuffy little second-class carriage, on my way to the village of Spray. I could hardly realize that I had been fool enough to take lfulcher up on that bet of his, but since things were exceedingly dull, I had decided that this would at least furnish me something to do. People who believe in ghosts always annoy me, and perhaps that is why I had talked rather sharply to lfulcher, a most likable fellow, though he is an Englishman, when he averred that he absolutely did believe in ghosts. Our argument finally ended in a wager, as most arguments do in a case of that sort. Fulcher said that he owned a house known as the "House on the Cliff," which was of no earthly use to him because the natives believed it to be haunted. As far as that goes, lfulcher believed it himself. He bet me that I didn't have the nerve to go and stay alone in that house over night and to relate truthfully everything that happened. He seemed to think that there was danger that I wouldn't live to tell the tale. INhen I alighted from the coach, I noted in particular the so-called sta- tion and its surroundings which was not typical of any such fishing village on the English coast. It was only about four o'clock, so I decided to examine my lodging place. Fulcher had told me merely to ask for the f'House on the Cliff' and that anybody in Spray could tell me exactly where it stood and all of the reasons why every one avoided even passing that way after night fall. 69 ..,.,..,,.,,,,,.q,-,.,..,,,,,..,, ,,,, , ,,,,,,, 0 ,L .,,,. N,,.,,, ,,,, ,, ,..,, ,,,,, ,,,,,. W ,,,,,, H .,,,, , " ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,M 1 f i A ,,,,,,,,, 4 -fffflff 4 ffffff ""' , "" ,? """"' zz ,,,,,, 2 Q ,ye X ,A,, ,,,,,.,,,,,,,,, ,,,., ,,..,, ,,,,,, ,,,,.,,,, ,X H ""' "4" W lxwfwf .7 ,,,,,.., g if 7 ,,,,,,, V ,,,,., W .,.,,,,.,,,,, . ,,,,,,,.,,, 2 ,,,,,,,.,,,, 7 ,UW ,,,,,,.,,,,, W ,...,,, 7 ,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,, 7 ,,,.,,,,,,,., V ,,,, W ,,,,,, 4 ,7 ,,,,,, 7 ..,,.,. 4 , W X ,,,,, , ,,,,Z ,,,, , ,,,,,, . ,,,, ,,,,, ,,,,,,, ..,,,,, A 4 W A sharp wind, with a decided salt tang, had blown up from the east, and as I trudged over the sands in the direction pointed out to me by an old fisher- woman, the breakers beat on the shore with a muffied roar, as if dissatisfied for some unknown reason. The "House on the Cliff" was a rather dilapidated and rambling old build- ing. strangely isolated from the neighboring fisher cottages, which were dotted about on the sand, seemingly irrespective of any fixed order. It faced the east, toward the sea, and was situated on a rocky and overhanging cliff. As I stood looking at it, it seemed almost to wink at me, as if to say, "VVe have these silly people well fooled, haven't we P" Probably the three windows on the front upstairs gave this appearance, as two had tightly barred shutters, while the third sagged open, and slammed to and fro with the wind. The two windows downstairs were also barred and the door was closed and apparently locked. I fitted l7ulcher's key in the lock and attempted to open the door. After a tnssle with the stubborn rusty lock, it gave way and swung open on its creaking hinges. .X damp, musty odor was distinctly noticeable as I crossed the threshold. In the half light, I made out a few closed doors on either side and a staircase on one side at the back. I opened my valise, took out my fiash-light, and pre- pared to investigate at once. The house downstairs consisted of four rooms, two of which had evi- dently never been used, and a third that seemed to have been a bedroom, din- ing-room, living-room, and kitchen combined, containing, however, only the fewest broken-down articles of furniture absolutely necessary to existence. The fourth room seemed to be a work-shop, to all outward appearances, and its only feature different from the rest was a closet, which contained only a row of empty shelves and a small box, in which were a few rusty tools. I continued my exploration and mounted the stairs to the second story. The two back rooms were unfinished, neither ceiled nor plastered. The front room, on the left, contained a weatherbeaten bed, a washstand in the same con- dition, and an ordinary kitchen chair. Company bedroom, I supposed. I could not help but wonder at the absurdities of this house, especially after I had seen the last room. 70 Mesa- V-- , ,.,-31:17 f-.w,a,awf?i7w.w,,aQ 1111- 11. 4, ,..,... ,a5M,7:,,7, --1-- .,,,,, Z Z Z I f Z Z Z ,..,,f -1"ff,ff '1-f """" ' """ ,,,,,,,,,,.,f,, ,Zig , X ,,,,, ,,..., ,,.,,,,,, If I ,ff flu' ff"'ff" Afliff ,JM--.1 ,7 ,,4,A- ,fy ,,,.., ,.,,...,,, .,,.,, ,,,,,...,.,.,.,,,,,,,,,,. L ..,,,.,..,,. ,,.,.,, ,,,.,,., ,.,,,,,, ,,,,....,,,,, ,,,, ,,,,,, ..,,,, ,,,,,,, ,,,,,,, , f ,,,,,, .. NWA. ,,,,, ,,,, ,,,,, Z ...,.,, Z ,,,, . The last room, on thezright front, had a carpet! A thick, luxurious car- pet, that softens every sound, and in which you sink an inch every time you take a step. I hurried to open the windows and to let the wind blow in some fresh. salt air. XVhen I turned around from the last window, I saw that the walls were draped with hshermen's nets and seaweed, studded with stariish and coral. It struck me as peculiar, since I had not thought, from the rest of the furnishings of this unusual house, that the person who had lived in it was other than-speaking in plain Iinglish-a miser. There was a long couch affair, covered with tapestry, probably once gaily colored, but now dusty and faded, though not, apparently, from long wear. The couch was piled high with dusty cushions, which had once been of hues like those of the sunset. .X few chairs were placed here and there. two of which proved to be Chinese teak-wood, while a third was mahogany with brocaded cushions. In one corner was a slender mahogany desk, which looked as though it belonged in my lady's boudoir. It was locked and as I had no key, I left it alone, thinking it would be sacrilege to break open such a frail thing. In another corner was a cedar chest, which bore a silver name-plate, with no name, strangely enough. The key was in the lock and, though rusted, I soon had the chest open. It contained hue table and bed linen, which was yellow from age, and redolent with lavendar. But the crowning oddity was a rudely built case standing against the wall. Upon opening it, I found that it contained all sorts of odd and beautiful shells and curios that a sailor on foreign seas would probably like to collect. livi- dently, the old duck had been a sailor before he had become such a hermit. I decided then that this was the most interesting and by far the most comfortable room in which to spend the night. Having finished my survey, I returned to the hotel, in reality no more than a sailor's boarding-house, and had supper. A fter supper, I revealed to my host my intentions. and while he was per- fectly willing to let me have what I asked for, I am sure that he considered me nothing short of a plain lunatic. He let me have a slicker fit was raining, by now l. a well-filled lantern, and a large box of matches. 71 uf fwwwfwffupnwaifffflyf 5515:-v-H ffff M ffffff-'-' W- ww ff'ff1fff W W ,f,,,,, my an ,,,, , ,.,, ,,,, V ,,,, W .., lu, f,,,, . ,,,,, ,,,,, ,,,,, 1 , , ,W ,, ,,,,1w,,,,.,,,,,, QM' W ,,,A, 9 ' Q ' W! ,,,,, ,,.,,, .,.,,,, .,.,,,,. ,,.,,,,,,,, ,,,, 'l,A X 1 j -flffff 'ff'f """"" """"""' y ,,.., """ Z f "-' N. ..., ,, :Q Z Zwlwuhklmf .,...., ,,,,,,,,., .,,,, .,,,,,....,,. - .,.,,,,,,,, 3 ,,,,..,.,.,, ,..,.,,,,,,, W ,,...., ,.,.,,,,, ,,,.,,,, ,,.,.,,,,,... ,,,,., .,,,,, ,.,,.,, ,,,.,,. X Mmm., ,.,,,, ,,,, .,,,,,, ,,,, Z ,,,,., Z ,,,,,,,,,, , , ,,,, ,.,,, , , ,,,,, ,,,,,,, , ,,,, , ,,,,,,, The walk to the "House on the Cliff" was not as pleasant as it might have been. The sighing wind had turned into a howling gale, and I had all that I could do to keep it from blowing me out of my course. IVhen I reached the house, I lighted my lantern, and after locking the front door securely, made the rounds of all the rooms downstairs, and as- sured myself that every window was barred and locked. I wanted no visitors who came in that way. Then I went upstairs and merely fastened securely the one blind which I had noticed before was loose. I then proceeded to the room I had chosen for mine, the curio-room. I pulled the couch affair where I wanted it, arranged my lantern on the small box I had brought with me for the purpose, and settled myself comfortably with my book and overcoat. I looked forward to a long, quiet evening of reading. The wind still howled like a demon around the house and the breakers kept up a continuous roar, but it only emphasized the light and com- fort within. I must have read for about an hour and then dropped off to sleep, be- cause the next thing I knew, I wakened suddenly out of a sound sleep. My lantern was out, but strange to say, every single starhsh glowed like a sure- cnough star on a dark night. It made me feel queer, at first, and rather startled me, but I soon realized that either I was imagining things or the star- lish had some peculiar quality which made them look that way. I turned over and reached for my tiash-light. It was not on the box where I had left it! As best I could in the dark, I groped around and felt all over the tioor by my couch and my overcoat. I could find neither that nor my matches! My first impulse was simply of curiosity. I wondered how I had been such a dunce as to put my things where I could not find them. I reached for the lantern and shook it. It was empty! I had left it nearly full and lighted and now it was entirely empty and out. The radium dial of my watch only read ten-thirty and the lamp had only burned two hours! Bother that landlord! He had given me a leaky lantern! I swore softly in the dark and formed mental pictures of what I should do to him when I got hold of him. I couldn't go back to sleep then to save my life. I must have counted millions of white sheep and an equal number of black ones: I must have re- 72 ,....:f, - M-,aa,m,,,,,,m.aa,,,,.,,as -.,---At-- .. A.-, su, .W ,,W,,.,M, W fy My ,W fllf' 0 , 1 ww A "rf """7'v !"e"""' " s A,,, , ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,M ' 4 , ,,,,,. A ,,,,,,.,, , ,,,,,,,, 14, f'ff H 'f"' "" """" ,.,.., i W .,,., ,"' f g f v 1A W fw,,lm,m -. 7 ,,,,.,. gf i ....,,. 7 ,,,,...,,, ,,,.., ,.,..,...,.., - ,....,,., . Z... ,,,,.,.. .,...,,.,... W ,,.,.,, W .,,...,. .,.,,,., W ,..,,.., - ...V ,,,, 7 .. .,.,,. H ,,., , ,,4 , . ,,,, ,,,,,,,, ,,, , ,,,, ,,,,, ,, , ,, .. ,,,, M A L A W membered, too, all the things which I ought to have done that I had left un- done, and all the things that I ought not to have done that I had done. I had no desire, however, to leave my warm couch and to explore this silly house for any reason. I should, in all probability, stump my toe at every other step until I came to the stairs and then I should have just fallen head- long. I began to believe that I must be a little off, when I realized that I could feel a distinct draft from the direction of the door. It actually made me shiver! I instinctively turned my eyes to the door. though it was impossible for me to see anything in the pitch black darkness, I well knew! But the strange part of it is that I did see something! lVhat I saw was a pair of shoes entering that door! Simply that, a pair of shoes. and nothing more. Moreover, they were women's shoes: the kind on little stilts called "French heels." They calmly proceeded to the middle of the room and calmly proceeded to dance a jig. .X most uncanny and yet a most mirth- provoking sight, I assure you. My spine actually felt a prickly sensation! .X pair of shoes dancing on a stage whose decoration was merely a background of glowing stars! Then as quietly as they had come, they left, and I began to wonder if I had imagined the whole business. No, I had not. I still felt the draft from the door! I carefully left my couch and groped along in the general direction of the door. It was wide open and resisted my efforts to close it very stubbornly. Finally, I closed it and returned as carefully to my couch, only to realize, as soon as I had settled myself comfortably, that I felt the draft again, as strong as before. I must have repeated this performance at least three times, in exactly the same manner. The fourth time. I went out in the hall and groped around. feeling every window and door. Strange to say, they were all closed as tightly as I had left them. I returned to my couch again, and determined that I was going to open a window and wait until dawn came to find out the reason for such actions. Accordingly, I opened the window. The storm had now calmed down and the rain had ceased. My watch told me that I had not much longer to wait for dawn. 73 ,,,,,, 7 .W ,,,,,,, W 2 ZZ Z Z ,.,,,,,,,, ,,,, ,,,,, ,,,,,, ,,,,, ,W,,, .,,,,,,,, fA44ff'l fAff1'fff f , ,,,,. Z Z iff, ""f , ,.,,,, ,,,, If J ,nwdwwhlwcf 17 v.,.., ...,,.,,,, ,,,,., ,,,, ....,,., - ,,,..,.,.., I ,,..,. ,,,, W , ,,,,,,,,,,,. .,,,, , ,,..,,,, ,,,,,,,, 1 ,,,.,..,.,,., ,,,. .,,.., ,,,,,, ,,,.,,. af ...,.. . 5 ,..,, .,,,,, . ,,,. , ,,,, Z ,,,,,, ,.,, Z ,,,.,,,,,, , . ,,,, ,,,,, , ,,,,,,,, Z ,,,,, , ,,,,,, ,,,,, , .,,,,., V A A J After I opened that window, I closed the door again and went back to my couch. I watched that door and kept myself alert to every sound. The door remained closed, and I had no more shoes for company. Probably, sleep overtook me before dawn came. At any rate, when I awoke, the sun was shining brightly and it was about eight o'clock. I turned over and stretched comfortably. My Hash-light, box of matches, and valise were there exactly as I had left them before I went to sleep for the first time, and my lantern was half-full! I closed up the window and took all my belongings, preparing to leave the house. I examined the Starfish, but there was nothing peculiar about them. .X careful survey of all the other rooms showed me no clue to the things which by now I had decided must be purely imagination. , The straw that broke the camel's back was Fulcher. XVhen I reached the hotel, he and Marchmont Cone of these "don-cher-know" Englishmenl were waiting for me. They had wanted to make sure that the ghosts didn't frighten me out of my senses and so had come down on the same train with me. Fate, luck, or chance, whatever you wish to call it, plus a skeleton key, a leaky lantern, phosphorescent paint, and Fulcher's resourceful imagination had turned the trick. That wager is now the one story which Marchmont adores to tell when I am present. ' iELi.I5N CAMDEN IYIELICK, '23 74 w v f ' f 1 "s -i Goldie and Curtis Evoln and B111 Hglgn md gummy Mary and E111 BEST LOCKING , YJCST PUPULAR BEST DAF1C!f.hS TSCST SALCASTIC gm, ,md 5114,-,tg Prevere ind Ervin Rosalie and Frank Lil and BEST- ALL-,GCUND Y'C'5'? A'!'f'FACTIVli CUTEST WITTIFST ' r N Lorraine and Illlictt Phoebe and Curtis Elizabeth and Ervin Ellen and Vernon FJCIZT FTHLTTIC MUST STYLISE BIGGEST FLIRTS POST STVJDIEUS STAT1s'r1cs Daily Advance VOLUME IV ELIZABETH CITY HIGH SCHOOL NUMBER I2 JANUARY 12, 193.4 Prophecy of 1923 PRESIDENT TO SPEAK lilizabeth City, Jan. 12.-This city will be honored to-morrow when the President of the United States. Ver- non Davis, will speak in behalf of lilizabeth City's Cabbage Growers Association. President Davis attributes much of his success in life to his expe- rience as the President of the Senior Class of the Igilizabeth City High School. ORPHANS' HOME QTABLISHED Atlanta, Ca., -lan. 12.-Misses Iiliz- abeth Mann and Lorena Koontz, two popular young ladies of 'Iilizabeth City. N. C., have established an Orphans' Home in this city for destitute chil- dren. The young ladies have sacri- ficed their future ambitions to take up this noble piece of work. HARVEY GOODWIN ACHIEVES HIGH HONORS Baltimore, Md.-Harvey Goodwin was to-day presented with a medal for the best book of the year, "TriHing XYomen." This book was dedicated to Miss Fannie Lee XVest, the author's wife. AMERICAN DANCER'S DEBUT IS A TRIUMPH Paris, France, Jan. 12. - Miss Emma Jacobs. iXmerica's most famous toe dancer, made her Hrst appearance here last night. judges of the dancing world declare that Miss Jacobs sur- passes even the well--known artist, Miss Helen Dawson. SOCIETY LADY ARRESTED FOR SMUGGLING GOODS XVashington, ID. C., Jan. l2.-Mem- bers of society circles in XVashington, D. will be surprised to learn that Mrs. Randolph L-Xnderson, formerly Miss Phoebe XVhite. was arrested yes- terday on her arrival from Paris. The ofhcials discovered her attempt to smuggle into this country diamonds valued at SESOODOO. WARD WINS CHAMPIONSHIP Boston, Mass., Jan. 12.-lilliott TVard, the famous heavyweight boxer. knocked out Herndon Brock, the noted pugilist. The match was to decide the championship of the world's heavy- weight boxers. Brock gave out in the third round. ,DAILY AIJYANCII LOCAL MEN RECEIVE PROMOTION The result of the election of officers for Elon College was made public to- day: President, David Fearing: Yice- President, julian XVard: Secretary and Treasurer, Zack Owens. Much is ex- pected from the new officers. FORTUNE TELLER IN TOWN Madame Hilda Silverthorne Yonge. the noted Palmist. will be in town for two weeks. She is versed in the occult powers of the lfast and also has the gift of reading your palm. These ac- complislments enable her to unearth your past and reveal the secrets of the future. See her before committing yourself to matrimony, before investing your savings in wildcat stock, or before making any decision which might threaten your peace of mind. INVENTS HOT-AIR STEAMSHIP Boston, Mass.. Jan. lZ.-Mr. Tilton Hayman has just invented a steamship which is run by hot air and which will complete a round trip to Europe in ex- actly five days, He has been awarded many medals by the countries of lfue rope. Part of his success was due to his captain. Russell Davis, who helped with his executive ability and skill to make the voyage a success. AT THE ALKRAMA THEATRE MARY TRL'lillI..OOlJ! Y The liamous lfmotional Actress and AYallace lillis in "North of the Rio Grande." Admission 5Oc and 31.00. Music by llerry's Rand. Shows start 3, 5, 7, and 9. SOCIETY NOTES A Delightful Bridge Party Miss lithel Perkins entertained a number of her friends at a bridge party yesterday afternoon at her home on Peachtree Avenue. The prize, a bottle of Hoyts Cologne, was won by Miss lda jones. The guests were: Misses Rosalie XYood, lda jones, liliz- abeth Sykes. lilizabeth Saunders, Grace jenkins, Mary Corbett, Goldie James. and Mrs. Thehna Twiford llailey. LECTURES AT NORTH CAROLINA COLLEGE FOR WOMEN Greensboro, X. C., Jan. 12.-Miss lillen Melick will deliver a lecture to- night at the Ryman Auditorium. She will speak on "The Science of l-earn- ing." On Thursday night, Miss Helen Little will speak on "How to Become a Success." DAILY ADV.-XNCE COURT NEWS Clemant Twiforcl and lirvin Mid- gette, leaders of a desperate gang, were arrested to-day. They were accused of being the head of the notorious or- ganization known as The National Or- der of Personal Liberty. They have been sentenced ten years in prison. This organization has done much dam- age throughout the country since l9Z2. Mrs. Leora Grifhii jennette was ac- cused of stealing beans for her starv- ing family. She was acquitted after promising to place her family in an Orphans' Home under the care of Misses Lillian Harris and Lorraine Sawyer, who are matrons in the Home. ,X case that is attracting much atten- tion in the courts this month is that of Miss Maxine Fearing, who is suing XYilliam Daily for Breach of Promise. Mr. Daily's friends are dubious about the outcome of the trial. They fear that he will not be able to get jus- tice, for Miss Fearing smiles so sweetly at the jury. PERSONALS Misses listelle Silverthorne, Mattie Tatum, lfloyd Perry. and lirnestine Ballance have secured passage for Eu- rope on the Tuscania. They expect to be gone until about the middle of Sep- tember. The multi-millionaire. Frank Ben- ton, president of a furniture company in Detroit, Mich., arrived in the city to-day for a short visit to his wife, for- merly Miss lfvelyn Hooper, who is visiting her parents here. OXVIENS-XVELCH Mr. and Mrs. R. H. VVelch announce the marriage of their daughter, Fan- nie, to ,Xlton Qwens on Tuesday, the twenty-first of March, nineteen hun- dred and thirty-three. n 0 X ,X X if X35 ff xM1'-TW ' S Q A WWI l W "M six W n Q 1' IJ X X Q--x l xx - -fgxxfff fa xxx F K Xh XX X Xxx 4 N XX EFX -Q?- vx iig I ! W ' 5 gk ' xg E x 1 f,. - 1 XX X X b Aim MTIES X 259 X W N1 U 5 nm X LITERARY ' X DEBATENE ' X M W l W QF my n -, X X W Y, . . 5 . Xxx 1 gf , W , X X XXX N'HA'EKi4.n. YF . X a'.MM ff QNX ,E X Nmiwf ' p-....,pu-A-...ann-,..,,,,,,,W,,,,,,.,.,,,..,.W,,,.-...,,,..,..W,,...v H V,.Y ,J "W 'wlfww my A m-fp,. ,,.,, , M, 7 ff.. 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Not only cloes it play for all the school exer- cises but has been requested to play for banquets and public occasions. It is progressing rapidly and by 1925-26 we want the school to have an orchestra of which they will be proud. 80 f,,,,,f 0 ,ffm-,..-.,. .,,.,,, ,. ,f,,. f-, ,,,,,, ,,,,,, ,,,. ,.,.,, X ,,., 9 1 Z Z Z ,,,,,,,,..,,,,,. ,.,.., ,,,,,,, ,,..,,,,, ,,.,..,, ,,,,.,,,,,,, ,,,, ,,,,,,,,, , ggi Z Wg' ..,,,. 1, ...,,,, A ,,,,,.,,. .,,,. ,..,,,,, J - 1 1 ff ,ff" ....,f. 4' ,,,, A .,,, ,,,,,, ,.,,,,,,,..., . ,,,..,,,,,,,...,, ,ifff 'fff -"ff2,Hf ' ff V " X , ,,,. gy y 7 I ,,,, ,,..,...,,,,, ,,..,.,, ,.,..,,, 17 ,,.,.,.,,,., ,.,..,. .,..,. V ,,,,,,, 7 M 1 4 WZ Girls' Glee Club A M155 EMEIQ.Xl-1J bXIxEb ,.............,......,....w. ....... I 'zfzrfzxf O MEMBERS ELIZAXIEETH SYKE5 IJQOIQAX lilQIlfl"IN HELEN ILXXYSON NELLIE JONES MARGLFERITE PARSONS ,IESSIE XX'Il.l.I.XMS ELIZQXISETH MANN M.XIQCi.XRE'l' llUI,I.UXX'ELl. GUSSIE LEE H.XRIQEI.I, YIIQGINIA li. 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I 'z'cc'-Prrsidmlf EYELYN HQUPER ,... ....... 5 'vt'1'vz'cl1'y-Tl'cc1s1H'U1' MEMBERS Martha .Xrehbell Ruth Bright Mary Corbett Leona Culver Margaret Davis Helen Dawson Mary Dozier Maxine Fearing Catherine Hatha W a y Margaret Hollowell Grace Jenkins Anna johnson Ida jones Nellie jones Helen Kramer lcla Lassiter Helen Leigh Helen Little Anne Meliek Annie Miclgette Rebecca Miller Mary Owens Marguerite Parsons Maucl Perkins -Sarah Lee Perkins Billie Saunders Elizabeth Saunders 82 Lorraine Sawyer Margaret XV. Sawyer Annie Miller Seeley Helen Thorpe Fannie lfVeleh Martha Nlfhite Rachel W'illiams Rosalie NVo0el aif T :,, S Sm, ,,, 3 W M ,,,,, J, .,,,,,, W W.WW M,,7.,,,w,,W .,,. 7 W ,.,., 5 ,,,,,,,,,,,, , ,,,,,,,,.., .,,, ,,,, .,,,, of -1 ,.,,,,, ff"1f1ffff' -' 'f , ,,,, "" ""' "" 'fff 1 ,, W' ., ff' ,.,..., W ,,.,,,,, 4 ' ,,,.,. 4 f .,.,.,,,.,. M. ,...,,...,,,.,,,,.,.,,,, 2 3,2 1115511151141 ,,,.,,, 2 1 ,,,,,.., ' 1, 1 1. 1 1 1 1 1 2 1 1 , . 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Jackson Richard Job Willis Kramer Ervin Midgett Edward Old XYalter Pearson Burgess Perry - lVilliam Perry joseph Pool EN A Wiilliain Daily Vernon Davis Melvin Davis Braxton Dawson Edward Dunstan lVallace Ellis Billie Fearing Bennie Ganderson Oscar Gaskins Harvey Goodwin Holloxvell Goodwin Merrell Griggs NVilhourn Harrell Frank Hollowell Kennedy Houtz Carlton lVoodley 83 Clarence Pritchard George Scott Richardson Sedgwick Marion Seyffert XVesley Sheep Addison Stanton Roy Symons Marvin Trnelmloocl Archie Twiford Clement Twiford Matthew XVeelcs Brightie XYhite Elgin NVhite Ralph NVilcox Wlilliam Winslow BOYS' LITERARY SOCIETY xx Kx 5 S i X E 5 X ,Q-Wx 5 -X-Q i YN? jx 5 ..... .Lx.., wiyiiiiiig N111113 M1:11i1i1111 ..Nxx...... f E N...,,., ,, SW:1i11g:::3:1 will? , .,,.,, A , Qlfll Z Z X ff Q Triangular Debaters .fxIfFIRM,xTIx'E Nr2G.xTIx'12 MpXRC.'XRET XY. SXXYYFR M.-XRY IX JZIER R.-XCHIYI. XYII.LT.XMS IiI-I.ffNl1.NIEl,ll'fx ALTERNATE MARY TRUERLOOD 85 4 N2 2 5 2 I .,,..,,..uw, ,,,,, ,, .,m,,wM,,, ,,,,,,, 1 Tw.. ,,,, M ,,,,,,. ,, ...,,,,, ,. ,,,,,,,,,,. 7 .,,,,, 7 U., A ,,,,,. W v,,,,,, X N., ,,,,WW7W ,,., y ,,,,,,.y, !jA,,,.pw. :l f Z ZW Z Z 'Zia ,,,,,,,., ,,,,4, , ,,,,, Z fn' , Z . "" ,,.,. ,..,,, ,,.,,,, ,,,,,,,, ,,,,,, Z ff ..,..,,A ,,.,,.,,. ,,,,, .,.y 7: f 9 ,-.ff V ,.., .,.,,,, 7 ,,....,,,, W ,,,.,, .,,,.....,,,. - ...,,,,..,, L ,..,,,,,,,,, ...,,.,,,.., ,,.,,,, ,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,, ,,.,,,,.,.,., ,,,, ...,., .,,,,, ,,,,,,, ,,,,,,. ,,.,,.. ,,,,,, ,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,, Z .,,,., Z ,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,, , ,,.,,,,, Z ,,,,, W ,,,, .,.,,, .,,,,,. The Student Council OFFICERS AX. B. CGMBS ........... . ,....... Facility Adviser VERNON DAVIS ........................ President EVELYN HOCPER .. ....,.,. S 'z'rri'fn1'y-Tri'as111'c'r MEMBERS Tilton Hayman Bradford Sanders Ruth Harrell Mary Owens Jack -lennctte ,Xnnic Miller Seeley Lina Stanton Helen Bright Dorothy Chappell Catherine Hathaway Elizabeth XVest Bessie Twiford Marion Harris Macon Nixon Ralph Wilcox Monterey Cartwright Marion Seyffert Hettie llrothers Martha Archbell A .X beginning in Faculty-Student Government has been made in the for- mation of the Student Council. This Council consists of all the Class Presi- dents, the Room Presidents, and a representative from each section in the school. The President of the Senior Class is the Council President, and the High School Principal represents the Faculty. During the first year of its existence the Council has functioned purely as an advisory body and matters of school interest discussed in its meetings are reported back to the rooms where a full discussion is iiivited. The Coun- cil does not make great claims but during the year it has had a part in several measures for the uplift of the school. Chief among its accomplishments the Council numbers the Honor System which has been adopted in the Freshman A and B sections upon the request of the pupils of this room. This system developed from discussions in the Coun- cil and subsequent discussions in the classroom. The class now deals with all problems of honor during written lessons, tests, and examinations. The Honor Committee in this room consists of Martha .Xrchbell, Helen Kramer, and Frances Lewis. It is hoped that this will be the beginning of an honor sys- tem throughout the High School. 86 9? vvzwgzgvgw Jbfibgw .gg -rg 4 1152? Q I 'l 'fem X' S " 4s 1 A , . '. N" - '-'Sf' V , 5 . ff A K . .isa 4 W 3 4 . pf 'i.f'f' ff , "f65k.q.1- wt x . ' M , ,.- Q 4, sf , ,Abi 31? .LA f,a,,r-,,gi fuk 'J 3 13,4 , - 1 N ef... 4, ., 'ig , ' 1' ' 'Y -' 'bf' ' C 6,2 ,Q . Na A Y x v.: VI , H , 'fe Q -. 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Tennis Club MAXINE FEXRINCZ MARGARET HOLLOXVELL' MARGA RET GORDON MARY LOUISE JAMES KATHERINE DUFF EMMA BARNETT JOE KRAMER EDXVARD OLD BRIGHTIE XVHITE 88 FANNIE WELCH ELLEN MELICR NELLIE IQNES MARGARET NASH WILLIS KRAMER OSCAR WILLIAMS JAMES HILL U , Z 4 QW H ,,,,,, ,,,,,,, ,..,, ,,.,,, ,,,,,,,,, ,..,,,,, Z Z ? 1115? .,,,, HQ ,.,,,,,, I4 ,,,,, 2 ,,,,,,., ,,,, Z MW ., I ',ff" .,,,,, 3 ,,...,,.,, 5 .,,,,, 5 ,.,.,.,,,,.,, - ,,,,.,,,,,....,,,,,,,,A, f:::::1:::f.Z ,..,.. 5 5. 5 f 5 . W 2,,,,,,f,,.Zj ,fn ,W ..,. y y 7 y I 7 7 ,,,,,,, .,,,,,., ,,,,,,,,,, ,,,, W ,,,,,, WW .,.,., W ,..,.,, ,,,.,,, 0 ,,,, ,,,, ,, ,,,,,,, ,,,,, , ,, ,,,,, ,,,, , A,,,,, Z ,,.,,,,,A, gl! wmnhf Z .if -- 'R-E .V-59' X3 15 ., fps. . . ,E :Dj .. 4 vbjufgf v W, t ax- 51. I . at ld' i l ,, ' 9 'i"C. . 1 ...44- " A- 4 gin' , UZZ C Fuzz Famlly lfl.mx'i:1c: lYilcl Rose OREVER L'n1,ul:s: Pink and Blue CHILDREN Q MOTTU: .X MILY Evelyn Hooper ..,.....,... ...... ' Lvl-flflf'1'u Catherine Hathaway .... ....,. ' 'Cm'l.'ic"' Ellen Melick .......,.,,... ..... ' 'Grazzdyn Helen Little .................,. ..... ' 'Prism Margaret Hollowell Rachel Williams ........ Annie Miller Seeley ...... Sarah Lee Perkins ..... Maxine Fearing .v.... .-Xllmert Bright ...... Millicent Grice ...... Billie Houtz ..... ......."17isl1" .....,...u1ellt'lIClH ...hfllllziv Jllill" ......nPl'z'1'l7l'1'n .....,...UZt'llC'H ABSENT M. A. ....,.Mnunt cle Sales .,........lowa State NYilliam Daily .. Lemuel lllacles ............ Ricliarclsrm Sedgwick .,.. George Scott ............. Curtis Berry .............. Clemant Twiforcl ,..... Carl Perry .......,..... Ervin Miclgette .... Matthew XVeeks .... MEMBERS Larry Skinner .. Stuart llvoocl ,..... Carlton XVoodley .... 89 ...,"l?ill" ......"l.f'm" ....."l7ir!."' ......"Hn nk " ....,,"ill1rddy" ...."Clv111111y" P." ..,.."fll1'dg4'fi4"' ......"Jllzrgfx1'v" lVake Forest ...fXV. and M. ..i.....R.-M. 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Elizabeth T. treading the Biblelz "Louise, it tells here about the evil spirits entering into the swine." Louise O.: "Well, what of that ?" Elizabeth: f'Was that how they ffot the first deviled ham?" .as C 95 ,-,xl .1 mWTWs,w....m:.sa.WW fA-----A IWz....,,-WW 1fff-- M --ff'f-1 M'-W--aifhwyey ""' A . , .1, 1 , A1 , 3525, 21,1 ,,,,1,,,,,,.,,.f,,,, 1 4 1 A 4,4 ,,,,,, 4 ,,,,,,,,, I? ,,,,.,,, lf? ,...,,, N65 is 25 ,A,,,, A gi A ,., ,,.., ,,f,1,fff 'f"'A"'f',"' 7 ff.. Z ,,,.. ,,,.,,, iw, ,,,, ,,,.., ,,,,,,,,,.,,, , ,,,,,,,.,, ,,, . Y "" 1 M ,,,,,,,,,zA,,:,f y ..,,, V Q W y y 7 y ,,,,,, ,,,, ,,,,,,, W ,,,,,,,, Q ,.,,.,,, W ,,,,,,,,,,,., 7 ,,,, W ,,,,,, W .W ,.,,,, ,,,.. ,,,,,, ,,,, : , ,,.,,, - ,,,,,, ,,,,,,, , ,,,,.,,, ,,,, , ,,,, .,,.,,. ,,,,,,, I J Lf Lillian: "Evelyn, who do you think is doing the niost ffood, Henry Ford or Billy Sunday?" Evelyn: "Thats easy. Henry Ford." Lillian: "How's that P" Evelyn: "He has shaken the devil out of niore people than Billy Sunday ever can." 6 Mr. Sherrill: "Frank, what do you know about the Hawaiian Islands ?" Frank B. tjust waking upl : "Sir?" Mr. Sherrill timpatientlyl : "Hawaii!" Frank tstretchingl : "Just iine, how're you Teacher: "XVhy is Ethel always late for school?" Rosalie: "Oh! her stockings are guaranteed against running." Miss XVall: "Clyde, if you don't do better work, I'll have to give you zero." Clyde B.: "I would rather have zero than nothing." Teacher: "Girls are more beautiful than boys." Elizabeth M.: "XVhy, naturally." Teacher: "No, artiiiciallyf' Miss Shine: "If you girls don't get quiet, I'll keep the last one of you in." Fannie XV.: Ulilll glad 1,111 first." Minnie Lee: "Did you ever take ether?" Margaret E.: "No, how many units does it count ?" Knots: "I would give live dollars for just one kiss from a nice little in- nocent girl like you." Evelyn H.: "Chl how terrible!" Knots: "XVhat? Did I offend you?" Evelyn H.: "I was just thinking about the fortune I gave away last night." 96 2 e-'eff "" 2 rr' t ""' M """ "2A::' 'W K' f , , aaia aaai . 3 ,fi .. , ,,,.a Z 7 ZW III, ,wwf W .,,,, if ,,,,,,,, -W ..,.,.,,.,, 1 ....,,, , ,..,,.,.,,,, 7 ,,.,,,, W ,,,., , ,W ,.,,,,., 7 ,,,,,,,, .WV .,,. W ,,.,,, My ,,,,,, M ,,,, ., ,,,, ,,,, ,,,,,. .,.,,,, 4 J 1 XVE XVON DER XVhy a certain Sophomore considers a certain article of apparel indis- pensable to every costume? VVh y XVh y Wh y coming in Why XVhy Why NVhy VVhy Wfhy part a certain junior boy stays in the Senior room so much? so many Hunked on Physics mid-term? some Sophomores and Juniors make use of Senior privileges by before the bell rings? a certain Senior girl always goes home down Main Street? so many of the Seniors got Unsatisfactory on conduct one month? the janitor destroyed some Antiques in the Senior room? no one can make the Seniors stop talking? Curtis always looks toward the door in French period? "Lil" always puts the ball through the basket at the most critical of the game? VVhat makes "Nigger" popular? VVhy Ethel always looks mad? Who owns the pin with "S. N. S." on it? jack J.: "Are you fond of animals ?" Goldie J.: "Are you fishing for a compliment ?" Bobby F. : "Mary, are you taking the Latin or Science Course ?" Mary O. : "XVhy, neither! I'm taking the Freshman course." Evelyn: "Mr, Jarman, in a nut there is always some room between the meat and the shell: is this a vacuum or is it air?" Mr. Jarman: "I don't know. Some people are always asking silly ques- tions that other people have no time to answer." Evelyn: "Oh! that is why I didn't pass on that last test, I suppose." Alton Owens: "Papa, wouldn't you be glad if I saved a dollar for you?" Papa: "Certainly, my son, that would be line." Alton: "Well, I saved it, all right. You said you would give me a dollar if I brought a good report from the teacher and I didn't." 97 Mm..f, ,,.,, 0 ,,,. H ffafzfy ,,,,,,, 0 ,Wm .,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, , W , U, ,,,,,,, ,,,, ,,,,., , ,,,,,,,, V ,,,, 17 W fm fff-', , f ffff 4 fff- y I f," -f ff,fff ? ,WU :W f f ,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 2 A X A X j X A, ,,,,,, ,,,,,.,,. ,,,,...,V ,.,,,,,,,,,, ,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,, , A , , ,,,. ,1,,., ff f ff" ' ""' ,.,, Z Z f 'f'f -if ., ,, ,W ,,,.,,, 3' .,,,,...,, ,,,,,, ,.,,,, ..,,,, - ,,,,,.,,.,,,,.,,,,,,,,.. .ZLL ' 14 lfortune Teller at the Fair: "Tell your fortune. gentleniz1n?" Vernon Davis: "No thanks. l know how niueh it is." Miss Cantrell tto Z1 bright lfreslnnanl : "XYell, give sentences illustrating the tenses of the verb set?" llright Fresh.: "l set the hen." Miss Cantrell: "XVliz1t next ?" llriglit Fresh. : "She hatched." linglish Teacher: "Your themes shoulcl he written so that even the niost stupid uf people can unclerstancl 'enif' lfreshniztn thurriecllyl: "Yes, main, what part clon't you unclerstancl, maui?" Silently, one by one, in the infinite notebooks of the teachers, blossomed the neat little zeros, the forget-me-nots of the Seniors. You tell 16111. clietionary. The worcls z1ren't in me. 98 11472 4 A ,,,.,,,,, 4 ,,,, q ,,,,,,,,,,,, 1? ,,,,,, .,,.,f , 6,15 4 Z A .,,,,,,,,,,,,.,,, ,.., ,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,, .,,,, I M ,,,,, - ,,,,,,... ,,,, W wwf! H!-f-., VMMV, ,lf ,,,,, ,WW ,,.,. V ,,,,,, W ,,,,..,,,.,,,.,........., L ,,,,,,,,,,,, V ,.,.,.,. ,,,. Q ,,,,,,, y ,,,,,... 9 ,,.,.,., f VM ..,,,,,, V ,.., V ,,,,,. 4 ,W,N,,,, H ,,,., ,LA . .,,, Will of Senior Class To ALL XVHOM IT MAY CONCERN: i lVe, the Senior Class of Elizabeth City High School, of the year of our Lord nineteen hundred and twenty-three, having passed through the hery fur- nace of Freshmanhood into Sophomoredom, bearing all the blames and re- bukes which Sophomores are heir to, and bearing with dignity all the honor of the regal splendor: as juniors, we rejoiced to see another step advanced toward the temple of fame, yet enduring stoically the taunts of our more fortunate sisters: having survived the torture of Physics and Geometry, still remaining of sane mind, and realizing that we are about to be called from hence, we do hereby make our last NYil1 and Testament. First. By our desire, we order our Class Historian to make a lasting record of our numerous achievements: our unbroken record as a model class during the past four years, that the beloved juniors may be inspired by the class that precedes them. Sccozzd. XVe give and bequeath to the Junior Class the privilege of being called Seniors, of getting out the Annual, and the many duties which are be- stowed upon Seniors. Third. NVe bequeath to the Sophomore Class all the good advice con- cernino' their lowlv walk in life, we have been 'ible to oath 1 6 - C C bf e .- Fourilz. To Freshmen-with fear and trembling, we bequeath the auster- ity and dignity that has marked our Class and endeared us to our teachers. lVe hope that the Freshmen will be able to curb all boisterous laughter and restrain any desire to frolic or while away time carelessly in classrooms. Fifth. XVe make to the Faculty our last formal acknowledgment of the numerous favors they have bestowed upon us, and wish to thank every mem- ber for his never-ending patience and kindness with all of us. 99 .,w0fw.,,f,-mfr'-m'w,,f7,, 51,12-m,f,,,,,,,,...,.,,,,,,,,,,,,.,,.,7 Kiln? ,,,,,7,,,V A ,,,,., ff .,, ,,,, W My ,,,,, W, My ..,, W ,,,, ,,,,,W, Mummw -. 7' ,,,,,., - ,,,, ,.,. ,,,., 5 ,,,f ,,,,,,.,,,,,,,,., Z f .f 2, My ' "' ""' W ywlwbhlmf 7 ..... ....,.. ,..,,..,,, .,,.., ,.,, M .,,,,.. ..,,.,a..n,L .,,,,.,.,.., .,,,,,,,,,,, W ,,,.,,, y ,.,,,,,, 4, ' ,,,,,,,, W,,,N,,...,.,? ,,,. ,,.,, ,my ,,.,.., .,., ,,,,, , ,,,.,, , 1 A 4 W S1',1'flz. To whatever class is lucky enough ot get our room teacher, Mr. Holmes, we bequeath to them c ur dearest possession. J Sc-zwzflz. lVe leave our ability for keeping our numeral on the dome to no other class that follows us. Eiglzflz. To somebody xve leave the noise of building across the street. N1'1izz'lz. NVe give to the Juniors our much desired privilege of being the First to graduate in the new building. Trlzilz. Frank Benton, noted for his wit and "very good behavior," wishes to confer it upon lVillis Kramer. EIt"Z'6'lIf1Z. Helen Little leaves her curly hair to Stella lVhaley. Tzvclfflz. Elizabeth Mann, considered the biggest flirt, has decided that she doesn't want to carry this attribute avvay, but to leave part of her flirting ability to Elizabeth LeRoy. Tlzirfvvlzflz. The Class of Twenty-three leaves to the next class worthy of such an honor, all the prestige. popularity, prominence in all phases of school activities, and all of its most precious possessions, including its school spirit. To no other class of the Elizabeth Citv High School do we leave that sin0'ul'1r - o 0 f privilege of graduating in the old building. To this will we affix our seal and signature this day, February 9, l923. CSignedJ LORRAINE SAXVYER. U'1'z'1zc's.vc'5.' ' i CURT1s BERRY. VERNON DAVIS. HEI.EN LITTLE. 100 QW, MQ, my KLBYQL 7m Pw.,a,we A oi' ,WHEN WJ MW 2 W7 OWH4' F ovvvvwm-J' ,,.,,,.,L,0LL bw AJWWQ 'ff,e,,,gLg OW! ' ' 7 QIMUWM yyfffwf .ff-fLVV9 wfwvwe JE j64Qjji I .fvfqmvff ,J WJ WM JALVUJLN ALP'-'VVE ,,- WHR , X XX V . Q ' ,fy fl, W ., rf pk YJ Y ,, i 54 H all M4 H A l V Q T IA MW K '-- 5 '71 X X H J! - :'iaX 5 Q X., --1-" ':-lfisx' l 7 ' - ,x ' In A' ? "mu XA ' .L D 5 :w D ' E f gif 'P S Wx law- A S ' ' ' '.vj ' M T I W ' mtv V nkulfg. ' U p 1 'Sa ' F I 5' W?- . Ng S "3 l 'Gg 4, I Q3 - i " VJQ A 18 ma 5 HQ H 7-lik Y 1 T V :T if Qgcf-ix X fm ' , 4 Q W. L .A EEEEEBM il E EI N W ffl M W il W W lm M QU Fl W W E .50 Xl .xl QU E ,xg Q51 .rgl Jxl fxl fl Fl ,xl E Xl W E gl N W igq x ixl W wi ,151 ixl Xl Xl Ijl Xl Xl lx! XI xl MEEEE!EEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEE333EEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEE Carolina Banking and rust Compan ELIZABETH CITY, COLUMBIA, I-IERTFORD Member Federal Reserve System OECEVS : ELIZABETH CITY, N. C. Dr. A. L. Pendelton, President R. C. Abbott, Vice-President Gurney P. Hood, Vice-Pres. and Cashier Geo. R. Little, Asst. Cashier COLUMBIA HERTFORD W. S. Carawan, Chairman H. C. Stokes, Chairman M. A. Davenport, Cashier J. L. Tucker, Cashier Capital Stock Quarter Million Dollars EEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEWQMEEFEFEEXEEEEEEEEEWEEXFX CALENDAR SEPTEMBER 18- Caine hack to school after a short vacation. SEPTEMBER 28- Miss Newton bombarded with apple Cores in study hall. OCTOBER IO- Nice rainy day off for the Fair. OCTOBER 13- Mr. Sheep got good and gave us another half day for the Fair. OCTOBER 20- Sophomores entertained the Freshmen. X? E E E 329 E E Z9 E E E E E E W E E E 1211 E E E E E E E E E TE E E E E E E E E Z E E E 3 E E E E E E iQ E E E E E E X Z E 421 B E51 Z225523 EQXEEEE FD 2. ja - Q ,U Z C5 Us 1: A o O 11 C3 5' cn 3 E Q. 5 2 3 H+ ' :I O CU -CS' 23: 5 gg .. H G w ru 25513152 UR QS' C3 Z 2 51 E E? 'Q Q5 Q m E. 5 W 3' N: Q-E 55 Ziff? r ' O 3 may gg FF" 3 0 Z E fi 4:- 0 N C3 3 -cs 5. VJ gg? 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North Carolina E 5:11 M .4 gi Q IE lg Photographs in this Annual were made by E El Zoeller 5 Stunts X li O ' 51 Over E E l 75' . ii- First and Citizens National Bank E wry L dig wmv ' ' E E lt lull li 'EW I " E I' W 1 1, X , , , E Pgllsfl Kodak Finishing E El v Ill' fl 5 . . El W 4 also done by this Studio E E H a,. silL!i 3 E E G53 ll 3 lil ei ai El EETilfl31131EEEEEEEEEEEEIEEEEEEEEEEBIEEEEEEEEEEEEIEEEEEEEEEEEIEEEEEEEE' EZEEEEE BEEQEEEEEEEEREEEEEEEE!28835335 L: E S W 5 5 Q i Iii ' W E King 5 B 5 News Lil TQ 5 Company E E E 12 Q 10 Main Street Q gi X E ' E gl School Supplies 'W fsi Q W E C mv. E ggi Q gi 1 IE E WEEKS SC SAWYER 5 Ei! V51 E Hlflzere tb: Bef! Cfollvef Colm' From H E B i 5 EEMEEQEEEEEEEEEEEAEEESEEEEEEEEEEEEEE!!!EEEEEEEEKEEEEMEEEEEEQ NUVEMBER 29-DECEMBER 4- 'fi13.1lkSgiVi11g Holidays. DECEMBER 5- Awful calamity. Miss Shine has heartlessly decided to desert us. DECEMBER 25- Girls' Basket-ball Team played Hertford there. DECEMBER 19- First snowball struck us. DECEMBER 21- Christmas holidays-Every one rejoicing. iii? pg IX iii, lgl iil W li llil El Rl gl 5 IX? Til N W E Im W WE gl Fil TQ E fl ll? 5 E IZ El B' lil El lil 5 E51 lil lg W E lg 55 E B lglllm t li Q El M s a u E Amwumemem New Spvfmg Mzllznery Q 5 - N Perry's Smart Shop is auf E gf' . . I X lg We Afe Dlsmbutofs thority for correct styles E tif . . . lg . in Millinery for VVomen lg' Reach S ortin Goods , , ' 'Z' P g Misses and Children., E B- P- S. PGIUIS VVe receive goods daily E gl and Vamlshes and keep in touch with E B IE Zales Builders' Hardware the Style? OF New York gl gg and Paris, or they are E ori inal. El ggi CULPEPPER g 5 MQ l-gl EQ No. I2 East Main Street E Qi Near the Southern Hotel Q1 E WATTS UTY Miss s. A. PERRY 3 ELIZABETH CITY, N. C. E lg B pl , lx Er iii S C THE BIGGEST LINE OF E Ei fill is C PCFICCI' O 54 Q lil Bed and Q llfl . . li Clothmg Dining Room E x , x . . me Furnishings Furniture E ShOeS ever shown in Elizabeth Cit Y B Iii , lil QQ Trunks, Suitcases and Q95 E 35 Hand Bags E 'xi ig ix lil in IZ TELEPHONE my ' If 1 1 uinn E Ei , , , , 13 E Hinton Building CO. B! El Bi El fm W XlEXWElf!!XlElHillXlZimHKUBlEEglgllfcflQUEgllglglgliglglLl-ilwillBdLil!gllgglglfglglQllgllggglfgglgllgggllgglglggl-glgl JANUARY 2- Return to "jail" after a Merry Christmas. jANUARY3- Mr. Jarman strutting a new Masonic ring. JANUARY 5- Girls' Basket-ball Team played the Tnwii Team. JANUARY8- Every Senior cnpiecl experiments for Prnfessnr Jarman. JANUARY9- M EEEEEEEEElillilgliliglliligilgliillilillkllilililillglilgllglilgillililgllil Voting on Statistics-Very exciting time l Fl. Dr' J' W' Seng Marion M. Harris, D. D. S. 0p!077Zef77'l'Z Ofifiee: Kramer Building 521 Main Street ELIZABETH CITY Elizabeth City, N. C. N- C- Dr. J. D. Hathaway J. P. Kramer Clbfozvelvvkr ,qfghgnmf Thirty Years' Experience ELIZABETH Clary, N, C, QQEglgll-glQlglBllglgllgglLilglglglgliflglggllglilgggrilglggllglEglglglglgl mmBl!Q!lE!lE1lEEEEBJiflE3l1?lXll.3ilESJ Xl lil IE IE lg lil E lg lil E lil lil Evil lil Xl lil l-23 W E li lil E E lXl E W9 ll? lffl li lil W V25 lil lg! El il Rl E N E lil W li W li lfil E lm E E ii DA, li Bl! El EE EERE EE lElZlEQQlEEl23ElEEEEEEEEEEEZTXEEEELQEEEEE 5BEE!RKEEEEEEMEEE!EEEEENWNNEEEEEEEEEEEEEE IB!! IXJ IQ W BI W IW Q iw W lm M M N M E M E , X Q A SENIOR AMONG 5 E E E E E FINANCIAL STRONGHOLDS Q E E MI Q M E Bt Q Ig IE M E M E M E M E M E lzfl IE M E M E Q E Bl V231 M E E E E E E E M E E E E E M E E E Q E M E M E E E EEEEEEEEE XEEEEEEEE The First and QQ I O I CICIZCHS Natlonal WI H xxx W Bank W E E ELIZABETH CITY, N. C. E E NATIONAL PROTECTION E MXEEEEEEEE LE M M E IE Q B B B E B E B E E K B E M E E M E Q E E B IE B E B 5 B M B E B E B E M B I E Q E F31 B T553 B I C I E E EEEEQEEEEE JANUARY 10- Mr. Zoeller staffed taking pictures for THE SPoT-L1ccsH'r. JANUARY 12- Boys' Basket-hall 'l'eam played Hertford there. "The morning after the night before" for several socially inclined students. JANUARY 18- ' Mr. Jarman took the Senior privilege away from speaking to each other in study hall. u JANUARY 19- Girls' Basket-hall Team played Hertford here. EEEEEE353 QEEEEEEEBEEEEEQEEEEEEBEEMEEEEW E W E E 5 Diamonds Watches Q E E E E E IW E H. C. Bright Company ' ld jewelers E li E Phone 504 lg E W Q HINTON BUILDING X X El IE E E E W 33333333 Z! 3' Q Y S 3 Q Q 5 3 Q 33333333 EEEEEREEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEQEEEE l1!'BQl?i!lEEl23lilXl8lEEEEl2!lZ EliigliglQ28El.iiEBiEEBliililQEEEEElXlilYiiiElZlZlZlERll?iEHEEXl98li l,l?1 l Wi EQ Read What Buzldmg and Loan Does: 2 . E lg, It teaches economy. Lessens crime. l v lil Q Encourages thrift. Entitles you to a business standing E E Assures independence. which the spender never acquires. E E Prevents poverty in old age. g 1 It makes for better health and a lower E ggi Assists one to develop stability of death rate. Q E character. Makes one a better citizen in every E E Provides an educational fund for your way. lil ug children. ls a source of satisfaction, material E 5 Secures you against Hnancial embar- benefit, and pleasure to your E E rassment. - I family. U lg rg Establishes for you a commercial Building and Loan membership - ggi E credit wherever you live. that's all. E E li I O O I E Q Albemarle Buzldmg 85 Loan Assoczatzon E rx - E Series open first Saturday in March and September each year. Shareholders E E solicited-six per cent investment to all alike. Let us talk the proposition E gl over with you. lil E P. KRAMER, Pres. W. BEN GOODWIN, Sec.-Treas. lg Rooms 206-205. Over Savings Bank and Trust Co. ELIZABETH CITY, N. C. lg 5 E Ql E Q Albemarle li? SIE 5 S Q 5 t 2. H 1. 5 2 QD ,xi "3 L5 Q '11 '-4 g 3 E 2 fr- 2 Q m rn o-A rr! 9 2 VU O 2 5 E NE ,E 'P rfi se U' O fi E E 5 9 Q' 'f Z V' rn "' 5 H 3 IT! 2. rf 'U L -+ z' D' 3 Z 'NQ :l' gd fa 53 5 w 3 FD T' 5? 2. 9: Q, Q O IE. O N E 5 EL Cf' gg 4 95 Q gg U3 5 :f. .5 li. 'gd jul: ro CID maiataiiilaiaiaiaaiaaaalaicaiaiixiaieiaiaaaiaiaiaieiaieiaai PS -H B. B Q: B11 ll! M BS B. gi B Dil li! E E Gil fi lgl El E is ll! l! Bl E El Bil E! lg gi li gi B-fl M M Bl E 41,9 B21 Bl lil li M E I! Bl Bl lBl 'El lXl E RJ D51 Bl Bl Bl M E Bl me D. R. Kramer x ' ' , Z P E E Why Walt till tomorrow. Sharber and Whlte E Q Q ig Hardware Co. lg? Q if You can get f Q E5 WHOLESALE AND RETAIL ix if Qi gg 1 9 l?fl M 70-Day r Newt gl Q T D , , I-I ardware E " - X E 0 dy and E by reading Farm Supplies X E in lg 2 The Qhhanre at E E lg iii llf S Elizabeth City's Associated Press ' . I E Newspaper Elizabeth City .. North Carolina Q lil ' if E iii aiiiggiiiiiisiiieieaataaaimmigliimiExiimii+glfm3iivfvxiafglaaiiiziimiMaximaWiaigiffm JANUARY 19- Lieutenant Hansen, with the aid of stereopticon slides, delivered an in- teresting talk on the life of the soldiers at Fort KlUIll'U6. JANUARY 23- Boys' Basket-hall Team played Hertfiml here. 'l'riangular Debaters chosen. ,LxNU,xRY 25- -Q .Xll Senior girls reminded that they are expected tri continue their educa- tion by a letter from the President of X. C. College. JANUARY 26- Boys' Basket-ball Team played lfdenton there. EBM E Qifl Xl El E fl E ffl E El El 'E E E Xl gl E EI lil Rl E gl W il Sl - E ffl fi W E gl il Bl El lil in El El E gl 31 El El il E ffl il Fl E -ffl E Rl Xl: Xl L 54 w A 5 liil xl Bl all lxl gg. I! Bl llsl lx' lx lxl llil Bxl 211 ll! lBl lxl ELIZABETH CITY'S ORIGINAL CHAIN GROCERY STORES lui B1 QU Bl lrtl llil llil lx! Q " Threescore Years vt li' as and Ten rx' Q, How doesthe average man spend his life? About as El follows, says Collier's: iii! Sleeping . , 23 years Eating . . , 6 years 3 XX'orking . . 19 years Traveling . . 6 vear E Amusements . 9 years Illness . . . 4 years Lia Religious Devotionl year Dressing . . . Z years 5' 'I'hat's where the time goes to. But why not an item on llkziiing: one showing the time spent. the time lost. ik? in waiting for one thing or another? lt's 21 pretty big item, for with all our conveniences we can count on lx the lingers of one hand ilu thing: uv :Io not lmur to zuaif gi Jifr. I!! Q Try to think of one or two, Among the first to come E? to your mind will be ore th tt series you faithfully each M day: that comes direct to you instead of your going to it: that responds instantly to your every demandgthat at E once eliminates all waiting hy heing constantly on tap- ni w l your gm Jzrtfirf? if H They say that gas can do it better" lgl fllflnflfr of 1171 Amerifan Gai Anofiarion lXl Ht Ei? lX1l El Ml liil l2il 1 be Slnhepenhmt Elizabeth City's Leading Newspaper Leads in News Leads in Circulation Leads in Advertising Founded 1908 By W. O. Saun sourunm GAS. imrr. co. andpublishedby ders him N0 CARR Y 307 Bell Street l?Kl Ml Bil Dil lXl l, . iii othe rs. Bl IBI llil lXl lEl EAST MALN STREET, OPPOSITE THE SOUTHERN HOTEL 614 Hunter Street The modern and most economical method of merchandising. The thrifty housewife compares our quality and prices with YVe carry a full line of Fancy and Staple Groceries. Bl N IT PAYS TO PAY CASH ,Xl Compare Our Prices and Be Convinced :Xl lf1l il Xl il Fl Xl il 123 Wil .xi E Xl El E .ljl liil 56 W E li 'Sl W E lrtl Oil W fri E E ,ld W il 25 'Q Eil Bl E gil lxl E il .xi El Xl gil D9 5 X. Eg. gz gil El E Bl 51 El El Fl El M B Qi 4? lkl ll! M M lxl lx! 'El E lXl iiil M ll! 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Vlctrolas and "'c"'P"'md 5 lg Lincoln and Ford Cars and Fordson lil E ecords ractors ,Q El Kelly Springfield Tires and Tubes ggi IS COMPLETE Goodrich Fabric Tires and Tubes lkfl E The Famous Silvertown Cord Tires E Prices from S75 up The Long Life Exide Storage Buttery li E H ' Gabriel snubbefs lg EASY TERMS Hassler Shock Absorbers S Gill Piston Rings LQ Genuine Ford Parts gig E A large line of Accessories, Oils and lgl Q11 Greases lil 5 Bogus parts are Ll dangerous and ex- 32 Lrg . mensive substitute lil ei Plano Com an I is Ml lil 304 Main gmc, c. W. GAITHER, Manager lgl E 105-7 N. Water Street IE IE W ii iw EEEEiiiliflEilEE55ElElEEElE031YiEilil?lEl3lilBIElERl3lE5liilEElEE3lENE3lEf3ll2ilESlEEEEWilElEEEf?2l l?il EUIEEVEB El Jil El W il E El E N E E E Til El '32 Gi V21 E Bl E IE 531 E Fil E E13 Z1 E E E El E E E13 E E E13 E il E lirllillilllili ffl ia Morgan 8: Parker Sfyfe E XI R E E . Head' uarfers Q Best Quality Q E lil . at Lowest Prices Where E El - El Lg i Society Brand Q The store that Wlll save E 5 Clothes 3 you money E E are sold E lil lil li A at E 5 E TELEPHONE D. WALTER HARRIS Q ' 21 256 M1396 " The City Taz'!0r" Bflilil M E1 LQ BQ E E Dil M E M lil Bl E! El 131 L81 lil EI lm lxl E E L54 D51 KK! E EKU lid lil E EI F31 B11 lil Bl Bl E El E E IE! PE Bl El 13 lg E lil Bl E E211 IE E LE Bl Bl E will JANUARY 50- lixaminations began. XVeeping, wailing, and gnashing of teeth. FEBRUARY 1- ,Xll Seniors that have finished their examinations except Spelling look happy, Not lcnmying that they have not yet passed. FEBRUARY 2- Girls' Basket-hall Team played YV. C. l. here. FEBRUARY 5- Seniors looking thin after a week of work. lg 'Q Bl il Xl Xl li lg lil li lil E El gl lil E El 13 El Bl El E Eil li lil 'Eil lg lil El E lgl lil E gl li? W E 'E W lil E xl Zi E Q 'El E E E Fl Xl FIU gl lil li l J lil li E ii li lil IE E gl E Stationery to E . 5 E of the better kind E Southern ggi En raved Visitin Cards is E OIG E E H l E E VVaterman Fountain Pens X lq Ll . Z9 Q Ever Sharp Pencils HOTCI Ol: COIUFOYT lg 2 Crepairs made prompflyl and Courtesy gl ' F lgl . rxi ii Graduation Books E E El and Gifts in profusion Qld? 5 Q Athletic Goods iff li lg El lfil KQ lxl ' THOMAS T. NELSON IT lil P. VV. MELICK CO. Q Manager lgi El Elizabeth city, N. C. lil lil iii E iii ig is to Q, iii ig VVCUS ig El 0 M A. F. Toxe fr Co. X K 5 Shoe ll lil iii El Q Distributors for .3 Xl im E Lebanon Bell gl Bl FOOTWEAR OF MERIT lf? E Fl in X OUT B El iii E my Finest Quality Obtainable B lg ig M M in E ELIZABETH CITY lg Main Street, Hinton Building B31 lg N. C, in El . . . ,gl E Elizabeth City, North Carolina iii im E tsl ixi Q im 'YQ lk? ElEliilililigliiiililDiliiliilliliiiilililimftiiilililElgliliBliilmkil.ZIEEEElXliillZ'ilQ3?lZ1IEll'ilQ2El.iilElfZlE1lEiliifiiliiii Wm Q i? Q E E E 31 W W W W E W E XI ra M E E LX YQ W E E PW 'Q E E x E m E E E :M E E E E R ii E E E E E W1 fi 2 E T91 B55 XWWEEWW Q A H1 3:25. 4 Ig'-1 .2 E :CD 1353 ab :H S' S-95. 5 7? C OT'-fi 25 P 235- Eioffq :z H2 1- I fl:- F 3? Q FSE 3 Pr 55.56 H 33'-I 0 m W ' Q m 0 :S 5 2 S 0 5 ii 3' 97 21 S Q' - Bm 21 5 ' QE. 57 1'S r E5 'Um 'U Q3 '1 :B fb an CD CL fx he o.H.O O C FP,-4 F 0 U1 rn Q 0 "f C cn B 5 EEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEQEEEEEEEEEEE 355531 ECMHH at your druggist We 1 I gr MADE FOR YEARS AT lg Bl f - E The C1ty Drug Store Q lg 21 Water St., Elizabeth City, N. C. E X! X Si K1 E Q E SteVeI1S Fowler X1 ' E obbln Com an J g P y Company E Q' E X' . 5 VX hOlCSa1C Dry Goods, Notlons i - fl gp Notlons Shoes E and Q B ' . . B 5 S'f21U0HCTY I-loslery a Speclalty Q ES. B E1 we E Bl E 5 E WATER STREET We appreciate your if ELIZABETH CITY, N. C. Q gr patronage E X' Q X1 WENWWWMMwwMMWEMNWEWWWWEWWWEMWWEQNEWEEWW IiiEEEEEEliliElilililiEE553RWEli?il?555'ZEFifiZiEEliElk?Eli?-"lZEEEElElZElZFV1?Vif1?EEl9EFEES hz, : M E22 lil B21 L35 Bl ' B 5 G. W. Twlddy E X El lil El . Plz 185 - 985 Cl gl M. G. Morrlsette W lg El 112 S. Poindexter Street E 5 and Company S lg veryt ing Q M Home - w B in the W B ' B Q Fu rnlshers 5 E Grocery Le . TSI ale Line lil lil gl . . lg lg If its good to eat we have it gil El Fl E ELIZABETH CITY El E N, C. CHASE sf sANBoRN's :gi V23 Teas and Coffees E liil E W FEBRUARY 7- News received that Miss Katz' mother was hurt in an auto accident and therefore one more week for Miss Shine. FEBRUARY 9- Girls' Basket-hall Team played Belhaven there. Boys' Basket-hall Team played lidenton here. FEBRUARY 10- Girls' Basket-ball Team played XY. C. l. at lVashington. FEBRUARY12- Miss Katz arrived from Milwaukee, lVis. FEBRUARY 13- Everyhody sad or happy, as the case might he. Exam grades all posted. Z1 X xi w Iilfil Xl kim! KW lil Yllifil lil Blwlilgliil Zrl Xilliillirr EEEEliltilfflililliiliiflililigilg fillilillglgliliflfillilili F? li 2 iilili liilili !iEilii'l9D??3?.l?5WilE FEW fi 1 xi L51 5 E X . . Capacity - 75 Tons Daily 121 Bl - , E13 E E x H E E Q lil iii lg E Crystal Ice and Coal Corp. lil lil ggi VVHOLESALE AND RETAIL gall x gl l E 53 Pennsylvania I D I Pocahontas lg 5 Anthrac1te Ce Ca ers Coal Q r El s is I' li 5 Tfffpmmt- ie and 716 E ii' li H E E ALI, ORDERS PROM PTLY FILLED E EQ ELIZABETH CITY E Q N. C. llil E M E lg I E E Everything for the Garden E x E We carry in stock at all times a de- E pendable and varied line of things A you will need to make a big success El of your money-saving family gardens E Q or your money- making market- E :rj ' gardens. E :x El successors to Seeds Bulbs Tools S Q1 I " Oll SZ G ' ' C . El Culpepper' Gm-Hn' L NLC O Tested Seeds of the varieties best Bi adapted to this locality. The choie- Q est of Domestic and Foreign- Q E G67Z87'6lZ I7Z.l'Zl7"d71C'6 grown Bulbs, Garden Tools of all Q E and kinds, Plant Foods and Insecticides. E xx lg! . . E L, , And Priced Right. lgj E Surefy Bona!-l Immediate Delivery. No Delay. 3 Eff 5 ROBINSON BUILDINK, Dairy and Poultry Feeds and Remedies E ' are also a specialty of ours. E xx I" l 5 TELEPHONE . E gg 47 Buxton White Seed Co. a El S I P U d S t Phone 684 E Y I 1 X OHM Om ex er ree 15 Water St. 'gThe Live Seed I-louse" E xx 5 K' lm AAM1 -D -1-H 'H f ,.. . f- virvqrwsgqu- 11. ' W , W 1 1 Jr f t pg: lf? ', ' r N S V' . A. 5' . , r' ' W I . , . - , Lx L, ff . A H 1 ,"',-HA-' . ,v. 1 nv ' 1 ' 'va 1. . . . - v ' ' '-A, W , 1 +1 ,' , RL .1 ' A' '-2 fggdktg' uf- . . "Egg , ,Q h N . l. gr. 'x ", if 1 A V -'I 1 5 11 . 5: X 1, , . '31 ,'.' 1-.. 1 't Af. - gn .A -ww!! xx , '- Hy A 4, - Q, , ' , ': ' f N..y, : ' y-1"f'. 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Kramer, V-Pres. and Cashier E I' Aycllett, Vice-Pres. W. H. Jennings, Ass,t Cashier J T lVICCabe, Vice-Pres. W. W. Woodley, Jr., Ass't Cashier x ki iii! E M W W E W W Fl itil Q F W F x U M E W K E lxl N W K W i?!i Y E W N M lm ffl IW F R5 DU El lx! W W N W lxi in il M W .xl W E Hi N xl iiii V' ,nl x 1X lx! lzil M W W X F X. X if if ix lgi Fil Ml F KW im 551 .xi WEASEE533EEEEEEEEEEEEEEEESSEEEEEEEE 1? EEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEE lf! E E Q N E 'CSI E E E El E lg E E E E E lg E E E E11 gi lil E lil - gi in Bef! Wzffzef Of rg EEE EEE EEEE CD fi UE 0 B 99 vs 5 Q B I SD :s Q. W 'L F' o fro 'S . :s fro O 9 EEEE EEEEE EEEE ? O ELIZABETH CITY EEEEEEE EEEEEEE E is n is :si Q1 in E E El lil EEEEEEEEEEEE!EEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEE FEBRUARY 16- Seniors entertained the juniors. Valentine ideas carried ont. FEBRUARY 22- Miss Edwards and Miss Hollingsworth looked worried and harrassed. lVe fear that they will have grey hair before THE SPo'r-LIGHT goes to press. FEBRUAQRY 23- Menihers of the Annual Staff tearing their hair. FEBRUARY 26- No sleep for Annual Staff. FEBRUARY 28- Mr. Holmes has been looking worried, for we hear some one is sick. lnwardly quaking, we dispatch THE SPo'r-LIGHT to P. Bell Company. LJ' " f. gu- .fm 1 ,J-1. ' 1 445. u - -- wx. 1 s W X. IX. "2 Ivy, '-1 1- .. - , 1 1 . 1' ' iii ,J . , 1- , 5 ' :X X1 1XX. , M . ,X I" 1. ,ff , -,X. ' - 1"' X .- . 1 ,11 ,LX 11 - ' X ,, " 1 . ,:X . . . , X XX 1 1 X1 -. g,X . I .'.XLi - 1 ' f . 1, f1, L 1 1 . 1 - 1 1 " " " -1 1 ' XTX-,f . X ' ' fi.. 4 X 1 1 .I ' 1X 1 l X 1 . r' 1 , 1 1 X .1.,- X,'!- . kk .' 1 1 .1 X 1 1 'V I 1 11 ' '-1-1 KJ- 1 1 1 1? . .11 ,ef ,X XX ., X. X. -4, 1 sn 11 ', 1 1 1 1 , ,w . 1 ' " v: Q . " 1 9 .,X' f 1 19' 4 I 1 Q X ' X u , , . -. 1 "V Q11 1. 1 ' . 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