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

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BUNDY G1 ' Q K1 I 0 1 ,GI K 'ii i Qff 4,5 E41 WE rl rf ii l .J H. ZS If! Keg 713 EA! J' I if 11 - J r I , 1 .I V. I . K 1 . E si? J 'l W 1 lu f .c 1 P! L1 dig fs gf CE it Q55 N if i Q I tl t 4 if Si is ,1 gi R! 5 gt ill li is 96 its F5 YS Ein F55 Hr if-i fF if fi es, N :ai FK .4 0 I, Pal i' M R, MN, X X- Tl x I9 F, -" .-4 X ff I 'Q FOREWORD May the spirit of Columbus, with his initiative and determina- tion, with his ever present thirst for knowledge and adventure, continue to inspire us asistudents and citizens to the discovery of more noble ideals and more mag- nanimous lives. i l b I . In the meantime, may this The' Spotlight of 1936 record as faith- fully as-did that log of the Hrst Columbus, for the present and future, the spirit and progress of the Columbus of today. "X I P x ff ,Q I Xp N XX At the age of 14 he became a sailor on the Mediterranian and followed this life for 2 5 years, making trips to Englandand lcel and. 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X' 1, K 7 511 1 , , ,yr "fi 2 1 ,4 f 1- .- -1' 1, Grace Pendleton Katie Pierce Harold Pritchard SIINUDTT ILIIIE-ll-ll1l' SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS RANDOLPH Pnovo ...,.. . .SvS....,..,...,.,SSSS...,. ......,...,v.,S,SSS,S CHARLIE WARD ...... .....,...4.., S,,.,SS - .,...., V i ce P de I VIOLET COHOON. A...SSC.. CSCC Sefretary mm' r I , I SIWUDTFILIIQILIHITT BILLY ALEXANDER "Hayle llldkffb u,'axlr'.', Glcc Club, 3-45 TrafHc Squad, 4. GLADYS ARMSTRONG "Kr1ou'lmlgz' comes buf wixnlom 1ir1gz'rs." Home Ec. Club, 4g Commercial Club, 3g Glee Club, lg Hi-Y Club, 2. HELEN ASKEW "Quiet in appearance wilb nzofirrs unknown." Cvlee Club, 45 Hiking Club, 4. CAMILLA BELL "Honor zvbvn' bouor' lim." Glec Club, I-2g Girl Reserves, 3-49 Commercial Club, 35 So- cial Club, 3-4. GENEVIEVE BGYCE "Slam om' ffm! flovsffi make a fuxx, Nor om' ur' wry offcvz ser, Bu! jusf lbf same she is a good olrl scout, Tlaix quirf Gvu1'L'if'L'z'."' Girl Reserves, 43 Hiking Club, 35 Hi-Y Club, 3. ALVERDA BRAY "Ld my deep silrnrc' speak fo mv." Literary Society, lg Glec Club lg Home EC. Club, 3-4. f SIIIPIUHFILIIQGIHITI DOROTHY BROCK ELMER BROTHERS NATHAN Vlguqqb D NNOW know bff buf 10 ,OW "L1'tlhe world slide." "True to his word, bis work ber, None name ber but io praise." Fofnball' L45 Glee Club' 45 Secretary and Treasurer of Ju- unor Class, Secretary of I-Ii-Y Club, 35 Junior Assistant Edi- tor Yellowjacket, 3, Student Council, 3g Tennis Club, 2-3g Girl Reserves, 4g Business Man- ager Loudspeaker, 4, Debating Team, 4, Social Club, 4. Science Club, 33 Loudspeaker Staff, 4. and bis friends." Baseball, Z-3-4-5, Vocational Club, 4-55 Student Council, S, Football, S3 Monogram Club, Sg Glee Club, S. VIRGINIA CARTWRIGHT "Calm, wbalsoc'L'er slorm may shake the world." Glee Club, 2-35 Dramatic Club, 3g Commercial Club, 33 Girl Reserves, 4. VIOLET COI-IOON "No single' Virtue 110 wc' mos! 4'011zmz'ml." Girls' Baseball, 2, Tennis Club, 45 Student Council, 2-43 Bas- ketball, 1-2-5-4, Manager, 44 Sports Editor Loudspeaker, 44 Typist Loudspeaker, 45 Art Ed- itor Spotliglit, 4, Dramatic Club, 3. V -....-......,.,.,,.m-s HELEN COOPER I.r'f'.v fallz rzwfailr, H9011 Ialfz some more," we IVV beard Ibis fair maizf say, "For life is no! worfb living If we :lo not talk all day." Commercial Club, 35 I-Ii-Y Club, 3. s1DfQnnr1LmmHt1t EDNA CRAWLEY NORMAN DOWDY EULA DOZIER HU would MMC "Hr 111611203 his proifzise just," HSM' was made for 19917173 Yr' Gods! Hou' 11' lalkrdf' Band 3- Tennis Club 4 fbguglgfs, Literary Society, 15 Ho e E . i 7 i i Hiking Club, 13 Glee Club, 3 Club, 3-45 Dramatic Cab, 55 Dramatic Club, 3, Commercial Glee Club, 1-2. Club, 33 Social Club, 4g Girl Reserves, 4, Spotlight Staff, 4. BOBBIE ELLIOTT "Music bufb charms to 5001110 the savage beast." Glee Club, 1-2-3-4, High School Music Contest Winner, 1-2-3-49 Orchestra, 1-2-3-43 Student Council, lg Chemistry Club, 35 Hi-Y Club, 3-4g Monogram Club, 3-45 Director of Band, 4, JAMES EMERY "There is 110 wisdom like frazzkllessf' Baseball, 35 Chemistry Club, 35 Manager Football, Baseball, Bas- ketball, 4, Monogram Club, 4, Student Council, 4. I JOHN THUMAS FORBES "Honor lies in bones! toil." Monogram Club, 45 Football, 4 S1D'iua1rlLllemHl1f l , Y ..YY........i JOHNNY HERMAN FREEMAN JACK GARD "A nmu of Jfvifs, Mol lL'0I'tIX, "Hang WVVOU'-' CW? will kill 1' "The power of thought, the we full, mf, magic of the 1nind.,' Alas! No! zmuzy of his knm'." Tbf'ff'f0"f' IFPS br' 1'H"'V,Y-U Camden, lg Literary Club, 2g Baseball, 3-43 Junior Comma., Boxing, 1-2-3, Football, 3-45 Chemistry Club, 3, Hi-Y Clal Club, 35 l.ll,Y Club, 3. Glee Club, 3-4, Monogram Club, 3. Club, 5-4. WILLIAM GARD JUNNIE GARRETT "I dare do all tba! may become ffl did ,101 Um, one Sfmwlv a man, . I .- Who does do more is none." I3fJ:lniiaSe1l:ll3'?i4'HEgEe Football, 45 Basketball, lg Base- 3-4: Tennis blub ' 4 ' ball, 2, Tennis Club, 2-3-49 ' ' ' Monogram Club, 4. CHARLES GLOVER "We must eat fo live and livc' fo eat." Manager Football, Basketball, 45 Student Council, 3-4, Glee Club, 4, Hi-Y Club, 4g Football, S, Monogram Club, 4-S. THE 1936 MIRIAM GREGSON "Sbz"s xwrcf, sbv's brigbl, slack cheery, Buf bcltrr yr! sbc's always mvrryf' Glee Club, 1-24 Hi-Y Club, 3g Social Club, 4, Girl Reserves, 4, Home EC. Club, 4. SIIQVNUDII' ILIIQGIHHI ' l i EDNA LEE GRIFFIN "Of mc' you may wriie in lbe blaffzfst of ink, I say ufbal I uzran and I know what I floinkf' Hiking Club, lg Literary Socie- ty, 2, Glee Club, 3, Dramatic Club, 3, Commercial Club, 3g Social Club, 4g Girl Reserves, 4, Loudspeaker Staff, 4, Spotlight Staflf, 4, Debating, 4, Libra- rian. 3. CLARA HALE "True I0 her duty alwaysf, Literary Club, lg Athletic Club, lg Home Ec. Club, 2g Voca- tional, 3. CADER HARRIS, JR. "Such popularity must be deserved." Student Council, l-2-4g Basket- ball, 1-3-4, Baseball, l-2-3-4, Football, 2-33 Monogram Club, 3-4, Traffic Squad, 3-4, Tennis Club, 33 Hi-Y Club, 33 Presi- dent Student Body, 4. PETER SI-IIELDS HASTE "Disr0rds make the sweelest ans." Edenton, lg South Norfolk, 2-3 Football, 45 Basketball, 4g Base- ball, 4g Monogram Club, 4. VIRGINIA HOLLOWELL "PII be many, I'll be free, I'll be sad for nobody." Librarian, 3, Hiking Club, 3 TH E l9!i6 SIUNUDTFILIIGHIHITT l i BILLY HOOPER NCRMAN HOPKINS MARY LOUISE H HE "With a jet! on his iofzgue, tim! "Happy am I, from cure I'nz ,,I , I UGb, S , I a smile on his lips, free, is gow fo L lmwy am Hels lZ1bblir12g.zviflJ fun to his Why ariiff all rozzfvnf like In ggjtjf' fo by bows, will rzger fps. me. HWX, Science Club, 1-4g Central High Editor Spotlight, 4, Student C162 Club, 11 Hi-Y Club- 33 School, 2g Literary Society, 3. Council, 43 Glee Club, 45 Loudspeaker Staff, 4. Librarian, 35 Tennis Club, 2-3- 4, Secretary Girl Reserves, 4g Assistant Editor Spotlight, 43 Assistant Editor Loudspeaker, 4. VIRGIE HUGHES "Wbilsi we live let us line." Home Ec. Club, 3-43 Hiking Club, 3g Dramatic Club, 35 Hi-Y Club, 3-49 Junior Com- mercial Club, 3. KATHLEEN JACKSON "Tis good' will malze iuIt'lligz'11rf'." Glee Club, 1-4, Hi-Y Club, 33 Social Club, 4, Nature Club, 4: Assistant Business Manager Spotlight, 4g Debating, 4, Stu- dent Council, 4g Assistant Edi- tor Loudspeaker, 4, President Girl Reserves, 4. LULA JACKSON "Her ways arc' ways of plvuxaz1f11ess." Hi-Y Club, 35 Hiking Club, 39 Girl Reserves, 4. Slllftllfll' ILHQHIHHT r MARGARET JACKSON BILL JONES lN'IADELYN JACKSON "Ami still lbc words flow on!" "Ami I wonla' wiffb lbrse laulivs "Shc' slzzdies faithfully, Junior Commercial Club, 3, Wifb my words and looks." She works wilb all ber might." Hiking Club, 33 Glee Club, 3. Football, 4g Science Club, Z4 Glee Club, 1-2-35 Junior Com- M o n 0 g r a m Club, 4, Social mcrcial Club, 3. Club, 4. ELIZABETH JONES ROBERT LAMB NELLIE JONES "Smile and flap world snzilvs "Wisdom is bcifur ibm: richer." "Pr1fi0f1FC' is fbi' 119695-WVJl in' WUI, Jroufy T Hi S d 4 H. Y C1 b gradient fo genius." r , a 1- u , Commercial Club, 3- 3g2hcemii:?,C1ub, 3. Literary Club, lg Vocational Club, 3-43 Home Ec. Club, 4. ETIEQUITF ILM?-lHl1f BERTHA LANE CLARENCE LEWIS ELIZABETH LISTER "As merry as ibn day is long." "BJ: fbi' worll oimnkiiozvs fbf' "A Ilamg of beauty is a joy Commercial Club, 3, Home Ec. um man' forewr-H Club, 35 Glee Club, 3. Glee Club, 1-43 Football, 2-3-4g Monc gram Club, 3-45 Vocation- al 3-43 Tennis Club, 4g Type- setter, 4. Glee Club, 3g Vocational, 3. WILLIE LIVERMAN "A fair exterior is a silent rc'c0mn1z'm1uliol1." Manteo High School, Ig Home Ec. Club, 2, Glee Club, 2-3g Dramatic Club, 3g Chemistry Club, 33 Junior Commercial Club, 3, Girl Reserves, 4. BILLY LOVE "Little but Ioudf' Baseball, 3-4, Science Club, 35 Tennis Club, 3-45 Hi-Y Club, 3. KATI-IRYN LOVE "Sin spvaks in such ri nzoizxlrous Iilflc voice." Orchestra, 1-2-3-4, Band, 1-2- 3-4g Glec Club, Ig Tennis Club, 2-3-4, Hi-Y Club, 3g Pianist Boys Glee Club, 3-45 Chemis- try Club, 45 Loudspeaker Staff, 4g Social Club, 45 Girl Re- serves, 4. gll?l'lUb1flLll!I5lHl1f l THEOTIS LOWRY DOROTHY MIDGETTE OMA PEARL "It is belief' lo learn Ialc lbarz "Cutc'nr'ss sccms a part of MIDGETTE ncz'er." lL'i.h!'0I71.u "Grnf1e of speech, beneflcient Basketball, 2-3-4, Baseball, 3, Glee Club, 33 Hi-Y Club, 33 . mind-U Monogram Club, 3-4, Foot- Girl Reserves, 4, Librarian, 3g Ralelgh H1817 SC.h00l, 1? Glee ban, 4. Commercial Club, 4. Club, 2-3, Chemistry Club, 35 Dramatic Club, 33 Junior Com- mercial Club, 3g Girl Reserves, 1-4. S 5 BILL MILLER LORENE MILLER MACK MORRISETTE "His fa"H5 "W Wfb fbat we "HW Wifi' was f'l'4"' 8f"'f1f', wff, "Hr never taste lbr' j0J'S that low bin: all Ibe more for and low." Spying from laborv lbcnzf' - i Glee Club, 3-49 Home Ec. Club, Football, 1-2-3-4g Monogram 35 Dramatic Club, 3. Foofbflllf 2? Baseball, 4- Club, 2-3-4, Student Council, 35 Golf Club, 4. THE 1936 SIUNIIYIF ILIIQGIHHF I I NOAH MORRISETTE "My hearlfv content When l'm on mischief bent." Camden High School, lg Bas- ketball, 2-3-4g Football, 3-45 Glee Club, 3g Chemistry Club, 34 Hi-Y Club, 3, Monogram Club, 4, Baseball, 4. VIRGINIA MORRIS "A rlanghler of the gods, fli- EDWARD O'NEAL "Noi too sober, uof foo gay, finely lull, Bu! a rvul good fellow in every Aml mos! zliriuely fair." Commercial Club, 3, Girl Re- serves, 4, Norfolk, 1. u'ay." Hi-Y Club, 35 Vocational Club, 3-43 Athletic Club, 2. Y l HELEN PARKER "But so fair . . . She takes the breaih of men awayf' Athletic Club, lg Glee Club, 2g Hiking Club, 3g Spotlight Staff, 4g Loudspeaker Staff, 4, Home Ee. Club, 4g Social Club, 4. XVILLIAM PARKER "The world's no better if we worry, Life's no longer if we hurry." Oceana, 1-2g Basketball, 3-43 Football, 4, Baseball, 33 Golf Team, 4, Monogram Club, 3-4. N i BIRDIE PRITCHA RD "She ialks, and talks, and lalks, etc." Yellowjacket Staff, 2-39 Hi-Y Club, 3g Hiking Club, 33 Com- mercial Club, 3g Glee Club, 3-43 Home Ee. Club, 4, Cheer Leader, 4g Dramatic Club, 3. Sll3l'4Ub1flLlI1I5lHl1f RANDOLPH PR CVO "Wil uml humor bvlong fo genius aloucf' Glcc Club, 3-4g Student Coun- cil, 3-45 President Senior Class, 4, Tennis Club, 4g President junior Class, 33 Vice-President Sophomore Class, 25 President Glce Club, 4. RUTH REID "Thr one worth while is lbw one who fan snzilr, V-Vbvu f'l'L'l'J'l'lJllIg sz'c'n1s fo go wrong." Hiking Club, 25 Monogram Club, 35 Glee Club, 3, Basket- ball, 2-3-4g Home Ec. Club, 35 Commercial Club, 35 Dramatic Club, 35 Baseball, 4. ATTA LEE RICLIARDSQN "Many floarming ways rloib slvc' possess." Hi-Y Club, 35 Commercial Club, 3. PEARL RIGGS "She was om' of flu' qnivl kiml Whose nalzlrc IllL'f'P' z'411'lr'." EMMETT SAWYER "Thr film' will mmf when you will luur mr." Hi-Y Club, 33 Junior Com- Camden High Scliool,1. mercial Club, 3. MARGARET SAWYER "Her sfulurc' full, I bale a tllllllpj' wonzurzf' Literary Society, lg Glee Club, lg Home EC. Club, 3-4. THE 1936 Sll3'1lJb'lflLll1l'5ll-ll1f MAUDE SAWYER "Charm strikes thc sight, but meril wins thc soul." Camden, 13 Student Council, 2g Basketball, 2-3-4, Dramatic Club, 3, Librarian, 3-45 Mono- gram Club, 3-45 Girl Reserves 45 Home EC. Club, 4. ELSIE SEYMOUR "Bc'flr'r io hr' small :mil shinu, Than grrnl anal ras! llSbl1ll0Il,'.U Camden High School, lg Glee Club, Zg Librarian, 2, Commer- cial Club, 3g Dramatic Club, 3, Hi-Y Club, 35 Debating, 4, Girl Reserves, 4, Spotlight Staff, 4, Loudspeaker Staff, 4. 1 GLAD YS SHERLOCK "An urvh v0q11c'if0, Blztlsv, merry, aml gay!" Basketball, I-3-4g Baseball, 4g Girl Reserves, 4g Student Coun- :il, 33 Hiking Club, 3. ANNE SLAUGHTER "From the top of her head lo the sole of her feet," She is all mirth." Lumberton High School, 1-2-33 Home Ec. Club, 4, Girl Re- serves, 4. MARGARET SPRUILL "A frm' friend is forever a friemlf' Orchestra, l-2-3-43 Glee Club, 1-3-45 Commercial Club, 3, Band, 3-4g Music Contest, 2-3-4. DAVID STICK "Thr pm is mightier lhan the sword." Basketball, 2-35 Yellow Jacket Staff, 3g Dramatic Club, 3g Football, 4, Student Council, 4, Editor Loudspeaker, 4g Class Prophet, 4. I v i. i. a i J ir ills ,l , "' ff lll all Nw SIIMIDTFILIIQILIHITT WEYMOUTH TILLETT "Bill Hll' sing, I will Fllffjzlllf Ihr' rar." South Norfolk, I-2-3, Ports- mouth, 44 Glee Club, S. CHARLIE WARD, JR. "Hr ix one on whom OIII' may safely rlr'jwl1c1'." Football, 2-3-4, Baseball, 3, President Hi-Y Club, 3-43 Chemistry Club, 35 Loudspeaker Staff, 4, Business Manager Spot- light, 4g Vice-President Senior Class, 43 Safety Patrol, 4, Stu- dent Council, 4. PALMER 'WARD "A gvofl lomrf is bvlfer Ibuu all fbc' beads in the world," Football, 2-3-4-53 Baseball, 3- 4-ig Basketball, 4-Sg Monogram Club, 3-44 Student Council, 45 Glee Club, 4-S. 4 JOHN XVELLS EVA WEST "Ai good fo lu' Ollf of ilu' "Soln'r, quid, prfzsizr, and :lv- worlil as ou! of fashion." 111IH'c', Football, 3-4, Basketball, 3-4g Dramatic Club, 3, Social Club, 4:, Traffic Squad, 43 Monogram Club, 4: Golf Club, 43 Hi-Y Club, 4. Om' of llmu 'f!lC'l1ll1S of whom j'ou'rz' always sure." Commercial Club, 35 Home Ee. Club, 3. SYBIL WEST "I only speak right ou." Home Ee. Club, 3-4. SIIIIUDTFILIIQBIHITI ALICE WHITE ALLIE MAE WHITE USUN walers Nm dwpg, "LiHlv in Sfl1flU'f',,?Il1 large in fsfeezzz. Hi-Y Club, 33 Commercial Basketball, 2-3-45 Tennis Club, Club, 3. 3, Baseball, 45 Monogram Club, 3, Captain Field Meet, 35 Sew- ing Club, 3. IDELL WHITE "Of NILIIIIIFFS gentle aml Hgl'l'fi0lI mild." Literary Society, lg S e win g Club, 31 Girl Reserves, 4. SIDNEY WHITE MARSHALL WHITE DOROTHY E. "Long may we seek his llkczwsx "Men of few wonlx are Ibc' WVILLIAMS long IH L'dlII.H bex! uzwzf' U7-alkmg is mon, or IMS a Science Club, 35 Chemistry Vocational, 4-S9 Loudspeaker f'0HXlll1lpfj0f1 of pmlfgryj' Club, 35 Glee Club, 1-2-3-4. Staff, Sq Glee Club, 5. Camden High School, lg Home Ee. Club, 4, Vocational Club, 3. THE 1936 SIIJNIIYII' ILHQGIHHT DOROTHY WILLIAMS SARAH XVILLIAMS KENYON WILSON, JR "Motley, suwi, and gf'l1Ul'01lS.U "Thy zrzodvsfyk a raudle fo thy "'Tis befler to have loved and Home EC. Club, 2g French Club, I -WWII' T1 lost b I I d 33 Art Club, 3. Literary Society, lg Glee Club, 7'1" 'wtf' fv me OW' at lg Librarian, 5-4, Loudspeaker all- Staff, 4. Basketball, 1-5-43 Golf Team 4, Hi-Y Club, 3-4g Chemistry Club, 3, Monogram Club, 4 Spotlight Staff, 4. KUUOGQTI CLASS PGEM Eleven years have come and gone, And as we look back to recall The happy hours we have spent Within these well known walls, XVe can see ourselves as we started out, Like Columbus on his voyage, Little knowing what was ahead, As we sailed in life's ship, Courage. The teachers were captains who encour- aged us on Over rough and stormy seas To a port of honor, the Senior Classg And here the winds of knowledge filled our portly sails And carried us through examinations, The last of high school gales. Now that our voyage is ended And our high school days are through- May the spirit of the class of "36" ever remain with you. And when again we hoist our sails May we sail on and on To bring back fame and honor to The school we've loved so long. ELSIE SEYMOUR SiIE4U91l'ILlI!I.?-IHIII LAST WILL AND TESTAMENT OF THE SENIOR CLASS 1936 We, the Senior Class of 1936, do deem it wise to unbend from our Senior dignity long enough to make our last will and testament before we put the frivolous and playful days of school behind us and begin making our way in the hard, cruel world. ARTICLE I. To the Class of '37, who are still wet behind the ears, we leave our beloved torture rooms, jail cells and what-have-you, numbers 1 and 2. Also we leave to the Juniors our ability to chew gum without being caught! Oh Yeah! Total for Senior Class 634 detentions! ARTICLE II. Robert Lamb wishes to leave his brains to Buford Mason. ARTICLE II. Emmett Sawyer requests that his neat, pipe stem ears be left to Edla Walker. ARTICLE IV. C. P. Harris leaves his tall, blond handsomeness to Edward Griffin. ARTICLE V. Billy Love leaves his ability to get in everybody's hair to S. Ganderson. ARTICLE VI. Anne Slaughter leaves her ability to talk so much and say so little to Barbara Hite. ARTICLE VII. Peter Haste leaves his "pull" with Miss Gordon to Jeff Ingram. ARTICLE VII. Elmer "Eavesdropper" Brothers bestows his genius in making "Amo Tahitiu run on Boots Ziegler. ARTICLE IX. Jack Gard leaves his cave-manness and masculinity to Jack Jordan. ARTICLE X. Margaret Sawyer leaves her tall stateliness to Eloise Long. ARTICLE XI. "Dot" Brock leaves her "pull" with Mr. johnson to Martha Ann Scott. ARTICLE XII. Kitty Love leaves her "lips" to Gaither Aydlett. ARTICLE XII. Margaret Jackson leaves her loud but sweet mouth to Elizabeth Spence. ARTICLE XIV. Norman Hopkins and Charlie Ward leave their sympathy to the Editor and Business Manager of the 1937 Spotlight. ARTICLE XV. Last, but not least, the whole Class of '36 extends its heart-felt sympathy to all of you left in prison while we are loafing around. WHEREWITH, having willed away everything willable except our dignity, we, the Class of '36, do affix our "John Henry" on this document on this day, May 1, 1936. RANDOLPH PROVO, TESTATOR. srrifrnsrrrrrremnrrr PROPHECY Eureka' Success at last' Mv epochal and startlrng rnventron whrch must rnevrt ablv have an effect upon the entrre race of humanrty greater even than the d scovery of electrrc or steam power the wrreless or radro waves, IS ready to present to the pub hc, and you lucky persons that you are wrll be the frrst wrtn sses to the mavnrficent demonstratron I call t a t1me elrmrnator It causes months to pass as seconds, y ars as mrnutes and centurres as hours Srmplv by turnrng a d1al you may tune rn on the future at any year day or place, wrth a perfect recordrng both by rmage and sound of the event or happenrng takrng place at that specrfic spot or trme fhe stage IS set The t1me has come so rf you are ready let s go' Stop up your ears and close your eyes pop pop pop crash Bam Boon1 qu1et now, I thrnk I have some thrng Yes s1r ee, the thrng s actually workrng It s tuned rn on the vear 1940 Ill d1al Elrzabeth Crty and try to frnd some old frrends Kenyon Wrlson home for the summer vacatron, after graduatrng from the Unrversrty He rs plannrng to take a law course next year ohnnre Forehand has lust finrshed four years rn agrrculture at State Hell probably be takrng over the farm next year Palmer Ward was selected as State s frrst representatrve on the Al1Amer1can football team, after playrng hrs last college game th1s fall By the way another football star 15 ohn Thomas Forbes, Captarn and star end for Wake Forest who graduates th1s sprrng Elrzabeth Jones and Gladys Arm strong are openrng therr own beauty shop th1s week Both of them attended a beauty culture school for two years and have srnce been workrng 1n a local shop Emmett Sawyer, Herman Freeman, and Edward ONeal recerved therr d1plomas from a large busrness s hool last week Vrrgrnra Cartwrrght a d Sybrl West have taken over the manavement and operatron of West s Baby Shop am s Emery has frnrshed a specral course rn engrneerrng at Columbra Unrversrty By the way let s tune 1n there Mrght as well turn the d1al up to 1946 whrle we are at rt YV ell rf rt rsn t Brrdre Prrtchard of all people Sh IS the prrx att st nographer for Mr Robert Pugh, new a successful busrness man He and hrs partner Theotrs Lowry are makrng good rn a b10 way Dr XV1ll am Love or of the outstandrnv brarn spe 1al1sts rn the country succ ssfully oper rted on that famous torch s nger Mrss Ialrzabeth Lrster, last week Helen Askew, Vrr C' ara Carrvx 1 hr and A11 rda Bray 1 t nurses rn a New aork hosprtal Bas ball seems to have clarmed rts share of E C II S Graduates from the class of 36 C d r Harrrs s ch sta f st baseman fo th St Laurs Cardrna s Pet r Haste has al v rr the S6116 Nathan Caddy .arch ng for Pet r, IS leadrng the leagu rn battrng Mrs Cad r Harrrs rho former Helen Parker vras s lected s veral years ago as Mrss r e ca G acrys Shcro lr rs the uovernor s n W s cretafy INC man Hopk ns rs the head of an rmportant publrshrnv house Davrd Str k porte fo the New York Tim Q 'VIr Fob rt Ellrott Bobby to hrs form r class P1 t s s fe turecl t rrvht at the M tropolrtan Op ra House Weymouth Trllett rs Am 1 a s our tandrrcf radro srnger H draws somethrng lrk thre thousand dollars nrght wher he s ca the arr B111 Hoop r has turn d Hollywood He IS a favorrt comedran these days Cha lrt Chaolrn, after srx y ars absen from f1lm:lo'1 has start ed a n w orcture Ths Lrme he has chosen as hrs partner another newcom r to the screen, Mrss Vrolet Cohoon who rs expected to upset th world famous Chaplrn jrnx Brll Jones rs also IH the movres H played the part of the young bachelor 1n The XV1dow Marrres Down rn New Orleans the Mrsses Elsre Seymour and Maud Sawyer have op ned a grrls s hool They cater only to the socrally elrte, and apparently are gorng to have a good s ason Back rn North Carolrna Edna Grrffrn has op ned a large florrst shop rn Wrnston Salem Her partner rn the new enterprrse IS Eula Dozrer Margaret Jack son has marrred her boyhood sweetheart and rs lrvrng 1n Ashevrlle Vrrgrnra Hollowell . . 1 , - 4 I A , 1 , - 5 t , O - u - - ' I sy e , . I , 7 . . . A , ' 7 , 1 ' 5 , - . . . , I . , . , , ' 3 , ' , 1 . . , J 1 9 ' , . . . . C . . . . .I H . . , . . . g . J e - . , . . . . ,, . . . , . . . ' 3 'I ' . 7 2 D . , c K . L s 1 V D n u r , 1 e , 3 , e - . 5 L , ' 3' ' f . '- it D fwfr? rn- -' va - I 7 -" ' K, , 1 g , c . . . D , Y I . ' ' , , , 1 . . . . g . 1 2 1 e Z 'A . r e . . , 1. 2 - reidy won 18 games ota the mound fo' the Yankees th1s year, and is their main hope to vlr " 3. . . r f, Su ' 1 e K e . . 3 ' , : E ' . ', ' e Q ' fr .1 ri . I ' 1, l c ' ' C ' C 2 5 . T Y E I . . . . O 5 . .C is a r: L' ' r ' ' 1 . r e ' , ' e . 3 2 , 1 a or D e ' ' 2 . .-.asc ' 'S 'Lg ' ' U . e ' ' e e . , . . . . . a , 1 1 . 1 e 3 e . I . 2 . V .Q . . Q g M I . - . . 1 v . , - -- . , e ' ' . 2 ' ' e U . . , 3 2 . .. u . . . . D . ,, 7 ' l' ,Q . ' , .l 4 S v S . , . . . fx h - .. 'c . , , e gifiinfirltliemniir PROPHECY qContinuedj is also in Asheville. She is the principal of the high school there. Down in Elizabeth City, Bill Miller is managing the Elizabeth City Country Club, now a going proposi- tion. Mack Morrisette has taken over his father's store. Charles Ward is in partner- ship with his father, and they now have brickyards in most of the eastern Carolina cities. Charlie married the former Miss Dorothy Brock. Marshall White and Clarence Lewis own a partnership in the best printing establishment in town. Bill Parker is managing a local theatre. Charles Glover is the biggest hide, fur and egg man in the State. Mary Louise Hughes is one of the country's outstanding women novelists. Her latest is "She Loves Me Not." Helen Cooper is designing dresses. That good looking evening gown your cousin had on the other night is one of her designs. Another graduate of that same class is an outstanding designer, only her specialty is young girls' clothes. She is Mrs. Clifton Sawyer, the wife of the well-known New York broker, but you would probably recognize her better as Dot Midgette. There has been a lot in the papers lately about the johnson kidnapping case, but did you know that Lamb, you remember Robert, is the counsel for the defense? John Wells is a landscape engineer, and they say he knows his stuff, too. Noah Morrisette is tour- ing the country with the world's largest circuses. His performances are better, and reports say his salary is larger than that of anyone else in the business. You can guess what he is. Willie Liverman and Camilla Bell are running one of the c0untry's Hnest beauty culture schools. Working on their staff are several graduates of the old class of '36 including: Lula Iackson, Virginia Morris, Genevieve Boyce and Oma Pearl Mid- gett. Ann Slaughter is the head of a large orphanage, in the western part of this State. Dorothy E. Williams is one of her able assistants. Sidney White owns and operates a large grocery store in Troy, New York. Kathleen ,lackson is a newspaper cartoonist. She is good too, no foolin'. lack Gard is Captain of the F. D. Rfiosrtvlf, the largest ocean liner afloat. You would expect some of the members of such a hap- py crowd as our old graduating class to sprout wings and fly away. One of them has. XVell, anyway, Billy Alexander is a pilot for a large commercial airway company and Atta Lee Richardson is a hostess. Madeline Jackson is head waitress at that famous Broadway nightspot, f"La Cafe De Parienj. lncidentally. Elmer Brothers is the Mas- ter of Ceremonies there. William Gard is Manager of the New York agency of the Packard motor car. junnie Garrett owns a whole chain of large hotels. Miriam Greg- son is his private seeretary. Kathryn Love is in politics. She was appointed last term cn the Presidentls cabinet. Her official position is Secretary of the Interior. Sarah NVilliams is another government employee. She is at the head of the department that is investigating what is called "Dead and Buried," past activities of former administra- tions. At present they are dealing with the old P.W'.A. Virgie Hughes has married a successful business man. She always seemed the perfect wife type. Margaret Spruill conducts piano recitals each Sunday at four thirty, there is one classmate we should feel justly proud of. Ruth Reid, Bertha Lane, Eva West, and Edna Crawley are suc- cessful advertising models. The four cf them are ranked with the best in the game. Idell White is teaching art at Minceton University. Dorothy Williams is also asso- ciated with the art department there. Allie Mae White is at the head of a girls' school. Norman Dowdy owns a lumber mill in Maine. Clara Hale and Nellie Jones yesterday completed a non-stop glider flight from New York to San Francisco-a new world's record. Lorene Miller and Margaret Sawyer are "big shots" in the commercial art tradlc-Q. Pearl Riggs and Alice White are buyers for Macy's department store in New Yor . As Randolph Provo, that very successful radio announcer, would probably say- "That,s all, Folks." DAVID STICK 'l'II F I036 SIDPQUYIT ILHQGII-ll1f ia ,ef w a wunnau- 'MQW Maude Albertson Iva Alexander Horace Ambrose Frances Anderson Mayo Armstrong Gaither Aydlett Frances Barkley Roscoe Basnight Novella Bray Ruth Bray Alva Brown Henry Brown Mary Brown Graham Bunch Doris Bundy Charles Burgess Hazel Byrum Janet Cartwright Kathryn Cartwright Melvin Cartwright Pauline Cartwright Wallace Chappell Alvin Cox Frances Crane james Davenport Morris Davis Walter Davis Sam Dulin JUNIOR Kathleen Fearing Clay Ferebee Marjorie Ferrell Mary Jane Fodrey Ruth Forbes George Frisby Samuel Godfrey Edward Gregory Francis Grice Edward Griflin Francis Griffin Gaynel Harris Raymond Henderson Helen Hill Barbara Hite Richard Holloman Frank Hollowell Graham Hollowell Fenner Hopkins Hazel Hopkins Mary Hopkins Elton Hurdle Wesley Hurshman Jeff Ingram Lydia jones Miriam Jones R. C. jones George Jordon CLASS Frank Kramer Madge Lambert Ivie Lister Eloise Long Luther Mann Richard Mansfield Evelyn McClenney Harry McPherson Levina Meekins Elizabeth Meiggs Edna Minton Mary Morrisette Kathryn Murrell Bobby Ownley Melba Parker Carlton Perry Shirley Perry Alma Pritchard Clarice Pritchard Lucy Pritchard Marian Pritchard Wilma Pritchard Kathryn Ralph George Reid Grandy Richardson Gertrude Riggs Aubrey Sawyer Billy Sawyer Lona Meiggs M. C. Sawyer Bill Seymour Horace Seymour Ray Simons jean Simpson Louise Simpson Mary Simpson Evelyn Skiles Carolyn Small Elizabeth Spence Robert Stevens Ruth Swain W'ilbert Taft Claude Tarkington Thalia Tarkington Mildred Taylor Mary Temple Martha Twiddy Alphonso Ward Jarvis Ward Selma Watson Emery White james White Marion White Jerry Wilcox Evie Wfinslow THE 1936 Sll3'4llb'lFlLlI!GlHl1f H 1 9 E 5 M Jeanne Armstrong Margaret Askew Edwin Aydlett Fletcher Bailey Ida Ballard Alice Barnard Elizabeth Barnes Mary Lee Barnette Audrey Bateman Phil Bauer William Bell Julian Bray Gladys Brickhouse J. E. Brothers Margaret Brothers Elizabeth Byerly VVinfred Bunch Mayo Burgess Marjorie Caddy Thomas Commander Elizabeth Copeland LeRoy Copeland Henry Crank Grace Creef Helen Cutrell Annie Davis Julia Dixon Pratt Fearing Addie Ferebee Mildred Ferrel George Folsom Celus Forbes Bobby Foreman John Wood Foreman SOPHOMORE Marion Cooke Foreman John Frisby Elaine Ganderson Raleigh Grifiin Margaret Hanna Marjorie Hardison Mary A. Hastings Erline Hayman Roy Lee Henderson Mamie Hollowell Evie Lena Hopkins Hilton Hudnell Elizabeth Hughes Whitman Jackson Jael-t Jordan Helen Kendrick Norman Kight Ruth E. Kight Zelma Kirby Lester Knight Jack Jarvis Clarence Jackson Nellie Mae Lane XVinfred Lane Nell Luton Thomas Madrin Evelyn Mansfield Buford Mason Thomas Markham Hugh Marr James McHarney Audrey Meads Dick Merritt Tommy Miller CLASS ROLL Wanda Miller Calvin Morrisette Elizabeth Morrisette Jesse Morris Norma Morris Bobby Munden Bessie Newby Frances Newbern Bobby Overman Carl Overman lda Bland Overman Martell Overman Bedie Palmer Hilda Perry Juanita Perry Julian Perry Murphy Phelps Jacqueline Price Ruby Pritchard Esther Rhodes Lillie Mae Russell Elsie Sanders Bascom Sawyer Raymond Sawyer Thomas Sawyer Martha Ann Scott Paul Scott Billie Seymour Doris M. Seymour Joseph Seymour Kathleen Shannonhouse Harry Sheep Juil Simmons Baxter Slaughter Bill Spence John Spruill Madeline Spruill Charles Stevenson Carlton Thornton Billy Tillett Frank Trafton Marjorie Turner Jean Tuttle Elizabeth Umphlett Fred Upton Marjorie Upton Carol Vanture Marjorie Voeth Mildred Voliva Beatrice Voliva Maisie Waldorf Carol Walston Mary Elizabeth Wfcs Ray West Roy West R. L. Whaley Madeline White Miriam White Mary XVhitehill Annie Wilder Dorothy Williams Ruth Williams Wilma Williams Florence Woodley Willis Wright Claude Zeigler THE 1936 bll3'lI1D1flLlI4HlHl1f K Mi M aw.,- s Selby alexander marguerite alexander lampy allen beatrice armstrong elston armstrong eunice ballance raymond barnard elliott berry oscar betts blanche elizabeth bishop marguerite blow clarence boyce a. j. bray margaret bray george bright lina bright hcrbert brothers ashby brown aline burch olive carter mary commander nevada Copeland joseph corbett george Crain dorothy crcekniore levin Culpepper louis cutrcll minnie mae cutrell knthryn dewey carrie doxey pamelia earlie margaret helen eason eloise emcry elbert etheridge clara ferrell Shelton ganderson FRESHMAN CLASS robert gard paul gregory katherine garrett william garrett helen gaskins virginia gibbs jack gregson charles grifhn eleanor griHin annie hair blanche hales vera hastings james heath harry henderson frank hill mary elizabeth hooker victor hollowell elroy hoopcr b. t. hurley emmett ingram elcanor ives marjorie jackson john keaton jackson bertrand jennett martin jcnnings herbert johnson marie jones wilbert kemp virginia lee lane minnie louise lassiter luther lassiter james latharn tommy lee aurilla love frank ludford william mcplicrson joseph marltham thomas maston donald meiggs evan earl midgette rebecca midgette ann miller ormand miller edward minton david moates raymond moore kathleen munden johnnie muse carrie mae newton ann louise nixon frances overman louise owens andrew pendleton isaac perry kathryn piland junior phelps louise pinkham alphonso poole Sidney raper chester reed cvelyn rhodes abner riggs thelma russell billy Sanders dorothy may Sawyer kenneth Sawyer louise Sawyer martha Sawyer phil Sawyer thelbert Sawyer ctta Scarborough lucian scott evelyn Seymour george Sexton m. leigh sheep lloyd Sheep martin b. simpson john l. Simpson tom Skinner milton smith carol Spencer almond spence roy stanley roscoe Stevenson maxine Swain russell taft harry tillett mildred thompson edith perry twiford Sarah twiford jane upton lucille upton mary lee upton frank venters edla walker elizabeth waters margueritte ward ethel Whaley buxton white, jr, lloyd white mattie virginia williams maude williams Willard williams lillian wilson aubrey Winslow melvin winslow 4rf'2',3y . ,. 1 if 0 :Mig N 1 Y - wily ,," .fb Sf, K, 1, .Q H .WL s 117 -wwe :' 4: - 1 ins sr K' hi!-. M. ' i 5. . . r WI, f',4 , 'L' ... I' 1 X 1 Q f .,, ' AQCTFIRWITTIIIE Q . . . THE SECOND VOYAGE . . . 1493 to 1496 . . . Columbus again sought a way to the Indies, and after founding the .settlement of Isabella in Haiti, spent two years constantly searching for a passage. nf ---- ,.,-:.,,-y- Y' X :YL sv.: , ,4 !2,q4-,W .wil-I-,X, '.l.,.. -,.,- f lf, MH , 1 , , f 1 1 h Ava yu!" 1 . ,,,. , 11111..-1... 1 1 nv. - A ,A1,1 .1411 3 ,,,k1' 1 4 1,.1,3'y::1Q.51. 1 31123. 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CANNON, MR. . ,vidvisors CHARLIE WARD, Business Manager ADVERTISING STAFF: HELEN' PARKER EULA DOZIER EIJNA LEE GRIFFIN ELSIE SEYMOUR THE 1936 SIIJPQIQIYII' ILHQGII-ll1f MWF" CADER HARRIS ...... HENRY BROWN ,....,. - MELBA PARKER ....... STUDENT COUNCIL EDWARD GRIFFIN ..... . .............,,,..... Miss ADAMS AND MR. Henry Brown Nathan Caddy Violet Cohoon Levin Culpepper james Emery Bobby Foreman President Vice-President --------.Sec'retary -------e,Treasurer MIDGET'F ......... ........,............ Ad wsors Paul Gregory Edward Griffin James Heath Norman Hopkins Kathleen Jackson jack Jarvis Carl Overman Melba Parker Katherine Piland David Stick Whitman Jackson Charlie Ward THE 1936 SIIZNUDTI' ILIIQG'-ll-ll1f The Loads eaker ' .acl LO Assistant E dntor pp x T K sfww lu! I f' n UL w. 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Hurley Drums: John Foreman Alto: Bobbie Overman Piano: Margaret Spruill THE 1936 SIUNUDTI' ILHQISZIHUT 1 i - Q -on f -cf BOYS' AND GIRLS' GLEE CLUBS Jeanne Armstrong Marguerite Blow Marjorie Caddy Annie Davis Mildred Ferrell Marguerite jackson Marjorie Jackson Helen Kendrick Nell Luton Rebecca Midgette Ann Miller Norma Morris Miss PIERCE, Direflor KATHRYN Love, Pianist Katherine Piland Elsie Sanders Billie Seymour Margaret Spruill jerry Wilcox Billy Alexander Gaither Aydlert Elmer Brothers Henry Brown Morris Davis Bobbie Elliott Pratt Fearing Shelton Ganderson Jack Gard .Iunnie Garrett Paul Gregory Norman Hopkins Earl Hurdle jesse John Morris Bobby Munden Randolph Provo Phil Sawyer. Weymouth Tillett THE 1936 Slllflllbl' ILIIQGIHHT i ii 1 Maude Albertson Camilla Bell Dorothy Brock Audrey Bateman Mary F. Brown Ruth Bray Marjorie Caddy Olive Carter Janet Cartwright Kathryn Cartwright Mary Commander Helen Cooper Annie Davis Eula Dozier Pamelia Earlic Qv i GIRL RESERVES Miss PENDLETON- Mildred Ferrell Mary Fodrey Miriam Gregson Edna Lee Griffin Helen Hill Elizabeth Hooker Elizabeth Hughes Mary Louise Hughes Virgie Hughes Eleanor Ives Kathleen Jackson Lula jackson Marjorie Jackson Aurilla Love W'illie Liverman Adzfisor Eloise Long Kathryn Love Nell Luton Oma Pearl Midgette Rebecca Midgette Norma Morris Kathleen Munclen Carrie Mae Newton Helen Parker Katherine Piland Alma Pritchard Ruby Pritchard Elsie Sanders Louise Sawyer Martha Sawyer Maude Sawyer Billie Seymour Elsie Seymour jean Simpson Anne Slaughter Elizabeth Spence Ruth Swain Elizabeth Umphlett Marjorie Voeth Ethel W'haley Idell White Marion Wliite Miriam White Mary Whitehill Ruth Williams THE 1936 SIINUDTT ILIIQGIHHI Frances Anderson Dorothy Brock Alva Brown Doris Bundy Nathan Caddy janet Cartwright Violet Cohoon Keeney Crank James Emery john Forbes MONOGRAM CLUB MR. AYDLETT .,... jack Gard William Gard Charles Glover Paul Gregory Cader Harris Peter Haste Raymond Henderson jeff Ingram Bill jones ,waAf11.'is0r Helen Kendrick Clarence Lewis Thomas Markham james McHarney C. B. Morrisette Noah Morrisette Edward O'Neal Bill Parker Clifton Sawyer S. B. Seymour Gladys Sherlock jean Simpson Bill Spence Alfonso Ward Charlie W'ard Palmer Ward john Wells Kenyon Wilscmn SIUPQUDTFILIIQGIHITF TRIANGULAR DEBATORS AFFIRMATIVE NEGATIVE Miss Adams, Coach Mr. Aydlett, Coach C. B. Morrisette Thomas Markham Kathleen Jackson Dorothy Brock ALTERNATES Helen Kendrick Jean Simpson s1ii'ina1r1LliemHi1r NATURE CLUB JEAN SIMPSON .. . ., ..., .,.., ......,. ,... E .A, 4 , P r cf siflmf FLORENCE WOODLEY ..... , ,v..... X ficr-Prvsidwzf HELEN KENDRICK ,,,.,..E,EM., E ,.... ...,E.,. . Secretary-Trcaszzrer Miss COOPER and Miss ADAMS ...EEE. , ,EEE.. ,,,..,..EEE A Jvisors Mary Frances Brown Kathleen Jackson Ruby Pritchard Hazel Byrum Ida Bland Overman Elizabeth Spence Janet Cartwright Alma Pritchard Mary Whitehill THE 1936 SIUNHDTI' ILIIGGIHHT I ,E HELEN PARKER MAUDE SAWYER JUANITA PERRY. Mlss ELIZABETH Gladys Armstrong Genevieve Boyce Alverda Bray Gladys Brickhouse Mayo Burgess Edna Crawley Annie Davis Mildred Ferehee HOME ECONOMICS CLUB CHAPPEL1- EEE. . Miriam Gregson Clara Hale Evie Hopkins Virgie Hughes Nellie Jones Nell Luton Helen Parker Juanita Perry Preszdent Vice-President Serrefamf and Treasurer ....s.ss.......s,....se,.....sAs.,. Sponsor Birdie Pritchard Lucy May Pritchard Margaret Sawyer Maude Sawyer Doris Seymour Anne Slaughter Marjorie Turner jean Tuttle Elizabeth Umphlett Marjorie Voeth Beatrice Voliva Mary Elizabeth West Sybil West Annie Wilder Dorothy Williams Dorothy E. Nvilliams QIEQQUDTFILIIQGIHITT BOYS' HI-Y CLUB Left to Right, lst. Row: Charles Burgess, Jeff Ingram, Noah Morrisette, Jack Gard, Henry Brown, Billy Love, Edward Griffin. Znd. Row: Mr. Midgett, Advisor, Charlie Ward, President, Charles Glover, Robert Lamb, Bobbie Elliott, Cader Harris, Kenyon Wilson. s1iilua1r1L11en1Hl1r -4 1 , , . .,,.., , SAFETY PATROL QLeft to Rightj, Charlie Ward, Captaing Cader Harris, Palmer Ward, Kenyon Wilson l John Wells, Robert Lamb, David Stick. X K X 4 ' Auf af f , , . .,,,i,w ? , I 7 5 . V ., l 4 P Qs X . 4 i 4 S i QN ,:Jm.A,'s vw QR 1. THE THIRD VOYAGE . . . 1498 . . . South America was sighted but Columbus moved northward seeking a westward passage. Mutiny broke out in San, Domingo and Columbus was returned to Spain in chains. i!ZEE7Y5'T"S'fT'1."'?fC'3'Wff? 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Row: Peter Haste, E, Elton Hurdle, B, Bill Jones, T, James McHarney, B, Keeney Crank, B, Palmer Ward, B, Noah Morrisette, B, Charles Glover, B, Harry Sheep, B, Frank Hollowell, T, Raymond Henderson, G. 3rd. Row: Mr. Hunsucker, Coach, Elmer Brothers, T, David Stick, E, Graham Bunch, B, John Wells, Eg Jack Gard, C, Edward Minton, T, M. C. Sawyer, G, Sam Dulin, T, Clay Ferebee, G. Absent from picture: Bill Miller, QCaptainj, E. Sl!-l'4llI'll'lLll4I5lHl1f BOYS' BASKETBALL TEAM Left to Right, lst. Row: Raymond Henderson, F3 Noah Morrisette, F5 Keeney Crank, F Peter Haste, G5 S. B. Seymour, G. 2nd. Row: James Emery, Manager, Cacler Harris, CQ Palmer Ward, C5 John Wells, F Bill Parker, Gg Mr. Hunsucker, Coach. Absent from picture: Kenyon Wilson, F, James White, G. Slll'lllD1flLlI4BlHl1f GIRLS' BASKETBALL TEAM Left Qdownj 'to Right: Mr. Pritchard, Coach, Mary Simpson, Gg Selma Watson, G Alva Brown, Gg Doris Bundy, G3 Francis Anderson, G5 Maude Sawyer, fCaptainj F, Ruth Reid, C, Allie Mae White, F, Gladys Sherlock, Gg Janet Cartwright, C Ruby Pritchard, G9 Marguerite Ward, F. , , ILIIQILIHHT BASEBALL TEAM Left to Right, lst Row: Cader Harris, Infield, Pete Haste, Pitcher, James W'hite, Infielderg Ray Simons, Infielderg S. B. Seymour, Outhelderg Edward 0'Neal, Outiqelderg Keeney Crank, Outfielderg Clif- ton Sawyer, Infielderg Nathan Caddy, Catcher. Znd. Row: Mr. Hunsucker, Coach, Billy Love, Infielderg -Iames Emery, Manager, Edwin Aydlett, Outfielderg James McHarney, Pitcher, Edward Minton, Outfielderg Palmer Ward, Out- fielderg Paul Gregory, Outfielderg Carlton Perry, Infielderg Bill Spence, Infielderg Grandy Richardson, Catcher, Tommy Lee, Outielder. Absent From Picture: Richard Mansfield, Pitcher. SIUQUDTFILIIQII-IHl1f I if uv mv' 'iq-' - V v ' I i "B" FOOTBALL TEAM Left to Right, lst. Row: Carlton Perry, Eg Melvin Cartwright, T, Vernon Gore, G Alphonso Pool, C5 Paul Lee Scott, GQ Billy Sanders, Gg M. C. Sawyer, . Znd. Row: Robert Stevens, Eg Jeff Ingram, Eg LeRoy Copeland, T, Juil Simmons, G ..-.J 3 Elroy Hooper, Cg Robert Gard, C5 Hilton Hudnell, T5 Raleigh Griffin, Assistant Mani agerg Fred Upton, E. 3rd. Row: Tommy Lee, Bg Grandy Richardson, B, Buford Mason, B, Billy Tillett, B3 Jesse John Morris, B, Melvin Henderson, B, Pratt Fearing, B5 Jack Jarvis, Bg Dic Merritt, B. Absent from picture: Mr. Liles, Coach. k glgftflfll' ILIIQBIHHI' W W, ..,. W .--V V... I BOXING TEAM Left to Right, 1st Row: Winfred Bunch, Dick Merritt, Raleigh Griffin, Jeff Ingram, Melvin Henderson, Paul Scott. Znd. Row: Keeney Crank, Earl Midgette, George Folsom, Paul Gregory, William Parker, Leland Thompson, Manager, Mr. Midgett, Advisor. Absent from picture: William Spence, Captaing Buford Mason, Jack Allen. glgdllflf ILHQG-IHUI' GOLF TEAM fLeft to Righty, Bill Miller, Kenyon Vfilson, Captaing Cader Harris, Wfilliam Parker James White, Mr. Midgett, Advisor. THE 1936 SIUNUHF ILHQBIHHT I mv' '--" auf ' - I TENNIS CLUB Left to Right, lst. Row: William Gard, Norman Dowdy, Raymond Henderson, Ruby Pritchard, Anne Louise Nixon, Francis Overman, Edla Walker, Earl Hurdle, Junnie Garrett. 2nd, Row: Mary Louise Hughes, Elsie Seymour, Allie Mae White, Barbara Hite, Clar- ence Lewis, Bobbie Elliott. 3rd. Row: Frank Hollowell, Bedie Palmer, Kathryn Love, Wanda Miller, M. C. Saw- yer, Wallace Chappell, Novella Bray. 4th. Row: Frank Kramer, Marshall Wfhite, David Stick, Jean Armstrong, Helen Ken- drick, Mr. Midgett, Advisor. W' ffpsfftmittxasift A W" ' W 1 C A , ,Q ,,,.,-1 M1 ,J-. '- ,glawgg-----,7,,,?,1fg',,lV,. rt, U nv Q' pi A ' f-1-wma Q' , AT " ' J. 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We loespeak your patronage in return. at 3 M Xl xx "' ' -1- WILLIANIS ENGRAVING CO ELIZABETH CITY, N. c. 4' f 'I' in 2 e - -1- Mount Vernon Senviee Station Intersection off George Washington and Atlantic Coastal Highways Elizabeth City, North Carolina THE TEXAS COMPANY'S Contribntiozz to the appeiafraincel of an appreciative cwsrtonzeev'-Elfzbabetli City IFXAC 0 IRODI C IS A. V . HUl"1Z ACCESSURII S I'IICYVx'OUD S XV YICR 'IIRFS Dl'l 'MAG SAWVYICIZ Phone 800 Certified Marfak Lubrication l l .P , T Y, , 4 2 fun un-4-un nn + - -- gl. + 'I' We Wish to extend our congratulations to the 1936 Graduating Class of the Elizabeth City High School. f CAROLINA THEATRE ALKRAMA THEATRE CULPEPPER HARDWARE CO., Inc. CULPEPPER MOTCR CO., Inc. ,A l May each of you prosper and go through life with the same smile you Wore each day in the Elizabeth City High School. 4' 'I' Compliments of THE FIRST SL CITIZENS NATICNAL BANK M ember: FEDERAL RESERVE BANK FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORP. Finsfmcial He4adqua1'te1'.s: Since 1891 All photographs through courtesy of Zoel1e1"s Studio Compliments of CRYSTAL ICE SL COAL CCRPCRATICN ICE and COAL PHONES 16 or 716 0:1 2 I + . 7 .1 aio + - : 4. CONGRATULATIONS AND BEST WISHES to the SENIOR CLASS Of 1 9 3 6 THE ADVANCE PRINTERY Elizabeth City, N. C. Gladys S.: "Oh, Emmett, my hands are cold." Emmett S.: "Why didn't you Wear your gloves ?" Compliments of THE INDEPENDENT "The Albemlowlds Outszizmding N ewspagoern Elizabeth City, N. C. Compliments of ELIZABETH CITY BRICK CO., Inc. BUILDER'S SUPPLIES l 4' + un nu nu nu nu 1-nu un n nu.-.Jn an mar lr lu. . n: :nf nt Inf' nc nr an I: nu nu un Y Y. nn -ole GRIFFIN-COPPERSMITH FUEL CC., Inc. Heavy Groceries Coal - Feed - Wood Distributors for SCHLITZ - FIDELIO Cllld RED TOP BEER Telephone 1009 MCPHERSON BROS. AUTO SUPPLY CO. "House of lcz Million Parts" Corner Water and Elizabeth Sts. Elizabeth City, N. C. Telephones 1040 and 1041 SAWYER SL HARRIS "The Frierndly Store" We are a friend to the girls' and boys' feet . . . We sell Star Brand and Poll Parrot Shoes Mr. Pritchard, QTO Noah MJ : "Where is the Alimentary Canal?" Noah M.: "I don't know for sure, but I think it is somewhere in Europe." GERALD'S LOVE BROTHERS . CONFECTIONERY Wholesale and Retail Dealers in Cold Drinks BEEF, MUTTON, POULTRY, Cigarettes PORK, Etc. Hot Dogs Cigars Phone 79 ELIZABETH CITY, N. C. Curb and Delivery Service "Sports Headquarters" Phone 933 N. Road Street I -fo ' - .... ....- ,.... .. Z : ..... 4. T : l l ml l Convince Yourself at THE A. Sz P. Stop in . . . you will effect a saving Worth having . . on Quality Merchandise priced unbelievably LOW. The Great Atlantic 8: Pacific Tea Co. M. G. MORRISETTE SL CO. FURNITURE Main Street ELIZABETH CITY, N. C. Mr. Forehand: "Johnnie, have you watered the cow today?" "No." "Why ?" "Well, you said yesterday that she Wouldn't be dry for six months." Compliments of Albemarle Building Sz Loan Association "We Help Folks Help Themselves" W. BEN GOODWIN Secretary-Treasurer We Sponsor and Promote Thrift and Home Ownership Phone 312 W. C. GLOVER Buyers of HIDES - FURS - WOOL SOY BEANS - EGGS Top Market Prices - Spot Cash Phone 30 -4' l E ll L.- lll. - so -.-es - l 1 .4 +I lr "E "'+ Compliments of E 2 THE SUNDRY SHOP for t "The Students Choice" COOKING WATER HEATING . REFRIOERATION Curb and Delivery Service . . , . . Public Utility Commission Phone 711 S. Road St. I New Business Department Norman H: "Yes, Eandolph, Dorothy said she dreamed last night : she was dancing with you." ' Randolph: "You thrill me to pieces." ' Norman H.: "And then she woke up to find her kid sister pounding Z her feet with a flat iron." Compliments of OONEEOTIONERY : GLOBE FISH CO., Inc. Quick WHOLESALE FISH COUNQOHS i Service Elizabeth City, N. C. Phone 569 115 S. Water St. 5 . l . F . . li I l l 1 l Q 1 I L - A AA- A -c A.. - M-.-A, --,-- .-.,- .,,. -..g 1. f-. - -'I' A. B. HOUTZ SL SON Compliments of BARRELS and Elizabeth City Orange BASKETS Crush Bottling Company Incorporated Elizabeth City, North Carolina David S.: "Edna, you . . . you . . . you . . . are the breath of my life. Edna C.: "Well, Why don't you hold your breath '?'l Cofmplimernts of D. M. JONES CO. COLONIAL HARDWARE OIL COMPANY and PAINT Distributors for PUROL PRODUCTS ELIZABETH CITY, N. C. Phone 262 nk ---- ---- E E E W E C e 1 f l L 4- ELMER BROTHERS MEET YOUR COLD LUNCH Liver Cheese Swiss Cheese Pimento Cheese Cream Cheese Spiced Beef FRIENDS at . . The SHAMROCK for the best diriinlcs Spiced Ham Q in town Boiled Ham l -0- Quality--andiService Heinz Products i Phone 608 Phone 163-166 Southern Ave. , l Helen P.: "You men are all alike." Cader H.: "Then Why do you girls want three or four?" Phone 431 R A Y L 0 T W I D D Y Phone 42 Everything in GROCERIES - FRUITS - Cor. Front and Shepherd Sts. VEGETABLES Grade "A" Milk and Cream We had to use this in a pinch, We needed exactly another inch. Fancy and Staple GROCERIES l Country Produce sz Specialty Delivery Service Anywhere in The City i D. C. Perry, Jr. l Open til 10 814 W. Main Phones 445-446 i C07H1ll'tWL6'I'2?fS o f KRAMER BROS. 4... .... .... ....-- .i-. .... ....-.. .... .... . .... -.... .... .. .... .... -- -- -.-. --. Q' +I ll 2 f I llfv-IIII III Ill ul ll ll n ul nl nr- un nn nl nn an an In -40 Compliments of PERRY MOTOR CO. Incorporated Sales .. 1... .- Service Lp- M... A F RI E N D Corner Elizabeth Sz Martin Streets Telephone 221 COOPER M. C. LOVE CLEANING WORKS WHOLESALE MEATS Elizabeth City, N. C. QUALITY CLEANERS Phone 280 ELIZABETH CITY, N. C. Mr. Johnson: "Isn't this book rather technical ?" Palmer W.: "It Was that Way when I got it, sir." DIAMONDS . WATCHES HQPKINS BRQS. Compliments of Plumbing and Steam Heating Bright Jewerhny Co., Inc. Special Attention to Repair Work A. G. JAMES, Mgr, Elizabeth City, N. C. 8 E. Fearing Street JEWELRY 1 SILVERWARE Elizabeth City, N. C. Compliments of Compliments of The Darie Coffee Shoppe Charles. Vanture BOARDING HOUSE Zum, un muslim un nn nn .un A . nu-' nu un un nu un nn umfnn nn- un u nn' nn Established 1882 L O U I S S E L I G That Good Gulf Gasoline 409 E. Main Street P, SMITH Elizabeth Cityis Leading . Distributor Jeweler . . Fine Watches Elizabeth City, N. C. Diamonds Phone 459 Jewelry A friendly fountain in a store as friendly-a Drug Store re- nowned for treating each cus- tomer as a friend. Let us serve you! Overman 8a Stevenson "Drugs With at Reputation" 514 East Main Street PIPKIN SL REID Sheet Metal Workers - Roofers Gutter-ing and Spouting Phone 748 108 S. Water St. "Doc" Li.: "I'll love you 'til the sands of the desert grow cold." Bessie N.: "But daddy comes home at sunset." "Doc": That's when the sands of the desert grow cold." ASK FOR S. G. SCOTT PEANUSVLLASESYVVIQEIEEZHEESE Broker and Produce Dealer P t t Ch' d S lt d P t 0 a O lps an a e eanu S Carlot Shipper Made by The Aydlett Products Co. Elizabeth City, N. C. Irish and Sweet Potatoes RUCKER KL SHEELY The store where Elizabeth City Seniors find what they like to wear Toi Elizabeth Ctty's Best Store un nu nu nn un un nn un an un un un nu . Z 24-HOUR SEJRVICE Virginia Dare Garage Phone 1077 Elizabeth City, N. C. an ml nu nn-4 nn un nu -lm 1 .u Elizabeth City Compliments of Electric Shoe Shop l QUINN "Where you get the best by test" Phone 119 Poincexter Street PERMANENT WAVES 253.50 and 35.00 Pritchard's Beauty Shop Phone 941 LOTS OF LUCK TO THE CRADUATING CLASS OF 1 9 3 6 Sq Ganderson Sz Sons Elizabeth City Edenton "Mandy, I see the love light shinin' in yo' eyes." "Dat ain't mah love light, Rastus, dat's mah stop light." Bicycles Used - Bicycles New We have the right size bicycle for you Griffin Bicycle Shop Elizabeth City, N. C. Keys Made For Any Lock M6056 IS BOTTLED FOR YOUR PROTECTION Every Bottle Stefrilized Try our NEW ELECTRIC MANICURE CARRIE LEE'S S. Road Street Phone 323-W Compliments of E. S. Chesson 8a Son Department Store Elizabeth City, N. C. als un- -V 1 7,17 Z --M 1 -V- -vi 1 ... 1 ,P n un nu un I-nu nn unfnn nu nu Northrop Sport Shop, Inc. W-e outfit the outstanding teams 430 Granby St. Norfolk, Va. Atlantic Securities Co. Carolina Building Phone 1123 Elizabeth City, N. C. Gulf Service Station Main and Road Streets Phone 454 "Floating Body Lubrication" Washing - Polishing - Tires Accessories A. L. Heath T. W. Fearing Compliments of Virginia Dare Barber Shop Elizabeth City, N. C. Miss Chapell, fTo Home Economics Classb : "Spaghetti should not be cooked too long. About ten inches is long enough for most people." TWIFORD GRIGGS-FORBES FUNERAL HQME FURNITURE oo. Ambulance Service Phone 24 Custom Built Fine Furniture Compliments of FARMERS SUPPLY CO. Elizabeth City, N. C. Compliments of Guaranty Bank Sz Trust Company Elizabeth City, N. C. Capital and Surplus Over 3500,000 nu nn nu nn un nu-n Yun nu nufnn nn un nu 4. . : u: - n : 1-u n Y I ll it 1: n u ll n-C!! Compliments of Compliments of ANNALU FLORIST P- W- MELICK J O Compliments of Compliments of City Coal Sz Wood Co. Compliments of Compliments of SOUTHERN DAIRIES JOHN H. HALL Compliments of Compliments of Monroe's . Sandwich Shoppe Tl'lO1T1DSOl'1 Sz W1lSOH Clarence L.: "I was frightfully embarrassed when I dropped my fork at the banquet." Nathan C.: "Why everybody drops a fork now and then." Clarence: "Yes, but everybody doesn't drop one out of his coat sleeve W. O. BAUER Watch Repairing 109 S. Poindexter Street Compliments of W. T. GRANT CO. Compliments of Morrisette Sz Byrum Shoe Shoppe Virginia Dare Arcade Compliments of J. G. FEARING Insurance Compliments of J. B. MCMULLAN Compliments of McLELLAN'S Compliments of Compliments of Durham Life Insurance Road Steet Delicatessen l Company 4. H1 , 1...-M. wfn-.funfl-v- nu un -nur' nu i f f n ln. nr un 1: l:. . xr l: u nr un uf :- lu nu uu . un' an nu ua ul I-nu. un nl nu Compliments of Home Security Life Compliments of Sedberry's Drug Store Insurance Company PRESCRIPTION? Phone 23 Elizabeth City Phone 775 205 Poindexter St. Compliments of Gladys S. Daniels Ladies' Ready-to-Wear Beautiful Clothes for Women at Reasonable Prices Compliments of "BOB" ROLLINS SAWYER CCMPANY Quality Shop For Men Compliments of Stevens Tire Store Compliments of Cecil Reel and Lindsay Hopkins Lulu J.: "Is this Wrong, 'I have et ?' Mr. Midgett: "Yes" Lulu: "What's Wrong with it?" Mr. Midgett: "You ain't et yet." Compliments of J .W.Shannonhouse Sz Son GROCERIES Phone 603 Elizabeth City Compliments of THE POWDER PUFF Phone 1022 Elizabeth City Compliments of Whitehurst Cleaning Wks. Compliments of The Apothecary Shop Compliments of O. W. BUNDY Compliments of Best City Service Station Compliments of D. Walter Harris Compliments of West End Service Station Elizabeth City Floral Co. Compliments of CUT FLOWERS - DESIGNS MrjCjT?vIC11HI7'eE:'ii:T1?r0p. J' H' Phone 810 110 E. Main St. Compliments of Compliments of CARTER BROS. Central Barber Shop Cgmplimentg of Photo-graphs Anything Over First Xz Citizens National Bank ELIZABETH CITY, N. C. Compliments of Compliments of Ml'd d' Fl ' t Sh 1 Fgfwers For .gglgccasiongppe "Buzz" G.: "I stopped smoking cigarette-s because of my lumbagof' William G.: "But how could cigarettes affect your lumbago ?" "Buzz": "Bending down to pick them up." Compliments of . l Marguerite Dress Shoppe Iron y C0 CENTRAL CAFE Elizabeth City, N. C. Compliments of Compliments of Seeley's Service Station Sunshine Grocery Compliments of Compliments of Albemarle Laundry Standard Drug Co. minkus: an nn un nu nn un un nn nu nn un u nu' --sulfur: nn nu11 nu :m nu nninu . nu I aio lu u ' -ul nl .-u f- r- n + Printing Engraving - Ruling Binding THE ADVANCE PRINTERY Call Us on YourNe4rt Order Phones 356 and 357 Water and Fearing Streets Elizabeth City, N. C. This Annfwal a Product of The Advance Pzrintery All Photographs through courtesy of Zoeller's Studio SILVER ANNIVERSARY On Tuesday, May nineteenth, nineteen hundred and thirty-six The Daily Advance, published at Elizabeth City, celebrated twen- ty-five years of service to the Albemarle area of North Carolina. A newspaper which enjoys the confidence of its readers always produces results for its advertisers. The Daily Advance CIRCULATION NOW IN EXCESS OF SIX THOUSAND COPIES DAILY , Compliments of Compliments of R. 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