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

 - Class of 1938

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ELIZABETH CITY HIGH SCHOOL FOREWORD In future years, when time and circumstances have scattered us abroad, we may open the covers of this Spotlight and again be united within the walls of E. C. H. S. To such ends the Staff feels compensated for the seen and unseen work herein. VVe purpose that each student and teacher may derive a sense of satisfaction from the contents of this book. Entertaining such desires, we the staff do humbly present this, the 1938 edition of the Spotlight, to every soul who is interested in or has contributed to our high school career. SIPOIIVITILHQGIHITT EDGAR E. BUNDY DEDICATION Because his diligent effort has been applied to our well-being, his every movement directed toward our bene- fit, and every day has brought benevolence from his de- termination, we, the Senior Class of 19.38 do acknowledge ' ' ' ' dent such by dedicating this, our year book, to Superinten Edgar E. Bundy. SIUNUDTF ILIICG-lHl1l' TH E FACE' LTY - ,c .,.. 1 EDGAR E-. BUN DY MDS. QE-CTOQ 5.53. MOOQEJD. M565 COR DON ,. ,f , ' W W " , Niffff' V ' 'Q' f X1 UQ Q xf A X MDSMCAULIFFE MRCALLOVVAY MQSILINKSCALES MISS HAWLEY X K 6 X! A Y K ' K, M155 CARR MISS -.BONE-5 M155 COOPER MKSSALBE-l?T5ON M155 MCCLEE-3 MISS GRE-ENE MISSPE-NDLETON MRAYDLETT 4 ., M553 CHAPPE-LL MRFE-DRE-LL MRHUNSUCKER Sll1'lllb'lf ILIIQG-IHHI' 7 goaf QQ' mf , 8' 3 ,Z W 3'5- ai Y: ,f 1 .L 4, I F,-,Q .,-K I .wiv -'Ni X, 4, '- if h ' ii 4, X :Y I if Q ,""" , 5 . A J 55 V, .ww ,fu 75 ff? ' ' . ' Alf! WMQQ f 55.1 3 W WWW , IL Fai U il SIINIIYII' lLlI4I5lHl'll' CLASS POEM In September eleven long years ago VVe started on a road that we didn't knowg This road was rocky and terribly rough, And the travelling along was mighty tough, But We had faithful guides and true, And they worked hard to see us through. After three years of Work and play VVe'd become more familiar with the Wayg But Grammar School was yet to be done E'er we saw the set of childhood's sun, So We worked hard and long at this too, Faithful to lessons and teachers true. Then We came to the longest stretch of them all- High School looked large to us, so smallg But together We've toiled over the way, And we have been faithful in work and play. The path has been long, so for a moment we'll stopg VVe'll stop to rest before we climb to the top. For at the end of the road We will Hnd Our life Work and a chance to use our mind But over this Way we must go aloneg There Will be no classmates to cheer us on. And though each path may lead far apart, Our fond schoolday memories will reign in each heart. GLADYS BRICKHOUSE. SIINIJDTFILIIQE-lHl'll' SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS ,IQHOMAS NIARKHA B Presfdenhf CARL OVERBIAN Vice Pre.sz'a7ent.,v JEANNE ARMSTRON Secretary MARTHA SCOTT Treasurer' I G ,,,.rW , :Clue 1. f 'fm 'f zu 'Z' , ,842 40, Q M 1 Q ,M t a U 'sv 'ilik' H-if ' ff- I f , SIINIMI' ILIIQGIHUI' ROBERT JACKSON ANDREVVS "ROBERT" "He has begun to preach already." Goldsboro High School, 1, Rocky Mount High School, 2, Vice- President Freshman Class, 1, Dramatic Club, 1, Student Council, 2, Blackbird Newspaper Staff, 2, Traffic Squad, 3, Senior Play, 4. INIARTHA JEANNE ARMSTRONG "JEANNE" "Is not sueh beauty more than painting can express?" Glee Club, 1-2-3-4, Orchestra and Band, 1-2-3-4, Student Band Director, 4g Monogram Club, 43 Social Club, 1-2-3, Beta Club, 45 Secretary of Class, 3-4, Sanitary Officer, 2-3, Loudspeaker Staff, 43 Tennis Club, 2, Senior Play, 4. EDVVIN FEREBEE AYDLETT 'AEDWINU "I like a little of efverything, but not too much of anything." Band and Orchestra, 1-2-3-4, Glee Club, 45 Baseball, 1-2-3-4, Monogram, 4. CLAUDE FLETCHER BAILEY "FLETCH" "Unthinking, fwild, and youna, I laughed and danced and talked and sung." Traffic Squad, 2, Senior Play, 4. ELIZABETH DEXTER BARNES '-LIB" "r-It tlze peak of her beauty, and the bloom of youth." Social Club, 1-2-3, Loudspeaker Staff, 4, Band, 4g Annual Staff, 4, Sanitary Officer, 1-2. PHIL VICTOR BAUER HPI-III-lf, "The mind's the standard of the man." SIIQPQUYIT ILIIQG-lHl1l' VVILLIAIXI RIVES BELL A "WILLIAM" "Let thy speeeh be better than silence, or he silent." Science Club, 1. 5' lm. Q f O x 0 fr, -9' 1, i ,IULIAN RANDOLF BRAY UJLLIANH "Good nature and :wit eompose a likeable personality." Glee Club, lg Track Team, 1. GLADYS MARIE BRICKHOUSE "GLADYS" "But she fwhose inhorn 1-worth her arts eommendf' Home Economics Club, 25 Loudspeaker Stall, 4-g Monogram, 4. INIARGARET LOUISE BROTHERS "MARGARET" "Silenee is deep as Eternity, speefh is shallofw as time. Hi-Y, 1-2g Girl Reserves Club, 35 Hiking Club, 1-2. EDXVARD BROTHERS "EDWARD" Y "Silenre has its reward." VVINFRED BUNCH "SPARKY" "It is not the use of the brain that curls the hair." Science Club, lg Mascot of Baseball, lg Boxing, 2-3-4. , SlU'4Ub1l'lLlI!GlHl1l' MAYO VIRGINIA BURGESS KQMAXTGYY "Emery joy is gain." Loudspeaker Staff, 45 Home Economics Club, 2, Girl Reserves, lg Dramatic Club, 3, Basketball Team, 1-2. ELIZABETH BYERLY 'tLIZZY" . A X "Let the -world slide." Girl Reserves, 1. MARAIORIE ALMEDA CADDY "MARjORIE" "lVome1z must uphold a physifal standard." Basketball, 1-2-3-4, Glee Club, 1-25 Girl Reserves, 13 Hiking ' Club, 2, Monogram Club, 4, Girls' Baseball Team, 2, Librarian, 3-4, Track Team, 1-2, Dramatic Club, 1. . i h THOMAS COMMANDER Q I-THOMAS" "lVhose little body lodged a mighty mind." ELIZABETH COPELAND "ELIZABETH" "High erected thoughts seated in the heart of courtesy." Hiking Club, 13 Tennis Club, 1-2-3, Beta Club, 4g Librarian, 4. LEROY COPELAND . '-LEROYH "Far from gay eities and the 'ways of men." "B" Football, 2. SIDNUDTTILIICISIHITT , 3 Football Team, 2-3-4-Sq Basketball Team, 2-3-4-5, Boxing Team HENRY EDVVARD CRANK G "HENRY" The mildest manners with the brafvest mind." KEENEVY CRANK 'ICREEPERU A "Better late than nefverf' 1-2-35 Baseball, 2-3-4, Monogram Club, 1-2-3-4-5, Boys' Hi-Y Club, 2. "I lauglz for hope hath happy plare I-within me." Glee Club, 1-2-3-4g Home Economic Club, 1-2g Basketball, 1-2, Hiking Club, 25 Track Team, 1-2. HELEN CUTRELL 6 HFRECKLES' "Smile and the fworld smiles 'with you." ANNIE MARIAH DAVIS "ANNIE" JULIA BOND DIXON "DECIE" "Like the birch, most shy and ladylihe of trees." Q Edenton High School, 1g Beta Club, 45 Loudspeaker Staff, 4. Football, 2-3-4-53 Beta Club, 4-5g Monogram Club, 3-4-55 Senior 1 Play, 4. CLAY FEREBEE ,- "I-IENRY CLAY" "Nothing is impossible to a willing heart." :ig .,, .5 34 - --of U ui ..,, , ., I f 1 ' 1'-S, N E A W 46, , so 1 fl' C 5 gn! o ff? 1 3 , SIWUYIT ILIIQHIHUI' GEORGE FOLSONT "COWBOY" "Life's not life fwithout delight." Boxing, 2-3. IXIARION COOKE FORERIAN "COOKE" ' "She mofvcs a goddess, She looks a queen." Band and Orchestra, 1-2-4Q Monogram Club, 1-43 Dramatic Club, 13 Sanitary Officer, 1-2-33 Glee Club, 1-2-3-43 Social Club, 1-2-3Q Spotlight Staff, 4. ROBERT EVANS FOREIXIAN "BOBBY" "His song is surpassed hut by his looks." Student Council, 2-33 Band, 1-2-43 Glee Club, 1-2-3-43 Mono- gram Club, 43 Social Club, 23 Hi-Y Club, 1-2. JOHN FRISBY "FRISBY" "You li-ve your life, this is mine." "BU Football, 1-2-33 Baseball, 33 Science Club, 13 Boxing, 23 Spotlight Staff, 4. ELAINE GANDERSON HGERTRUDEH "Second thoughts are l"Ul'f fwiserf' Beta Club, 43 Typist for "Loudspeaker", 43 Senior Play, 4. SHELTON CARLTON GANDERSON "GHANDI" "He adorned fwhatefufr he fwrote or spoke 'with the most splendid eloquence." Glee Club, 1-2-3-43 Dramatic Club, 13 Science Club, 13 Loud- speaker Staff, 1'3-43 Social Club, 1-2-33 Cheer Leader, 1-3-43 Hi-Y Club, 1-23 Spotlight Staff, 43 Senior Play, 43 Monogram Club, 3-4. SIDNUDIIILIIGISIHIIT FRANCIS GRIFFIN "GRIFFIN" "Esquire" Glec Club, 3, Football, S, Monogram Club, 6. RALEIGH GRIFFIN "RALEIGH" "Care not for the future, he not fworried at present." "B" Football Team, 3-4, Boxing, 1-2-3-4. IWIARGARFIT INIAIQ I-IANNA "HAGGIE" "Charm strikes the sight and merit fwins the soul. u Glee Club, 1-2-3, Dramatic Club, lg Social Club, 1-2-33 Loud- speaker Stalf, 4, Sanitary Officer, 2-4. MARJORIE HARDISON --MARGI1-3" "rl neat appearance is a silent rerommemlalionf Glee Club, 15 Sanitary Club, 2, Librarian, 3g Treasurer of Beta Club, 4. INIARY ALICF HASTINGS "MARY ALICE" "Surety, self-eontained, and solitary as an oyster." Home Economics Club, 1-2. EVIE LENA HOPKINS UEVIEU "fl eheerful soul lightens the hearts about her." Hiking Club, lg Home Economics Club, 2. 0 o 'E f 'K QQ o SIDNUDTF ILIIQG-ll-ll1f ELIZABETH NORRIS HUGHES "ELIZABETH" Man's best possession is a sympathetic wife." Girl Reserves, 23 Loudspeaker Staff, 4. VVILLIAINI CLARENCE JACKSON "CLARENCE" "Silent thought, better than idle chatter." Track, 1-2. PATRICK VVHITINIAN JACKSON "VVHIT,MAN" "I would -witch sfweet ladies fwith my fwords and looks." Student Council, 2-3, Beta Club, 4-g Glee Club, 4, Football Team, 4, Basketball Team 3, Band, 4. JACK JARVIS USVVEETPEAH '24 faultless body and a blameless mind." Student Council, 1-2g Football Team, 2-3, Monogram Club, 2-3- -lg Glee Club, 4. NORMAN GIBSON KIGHT "KIGHT" "Life is fworth the li-vingf' RUTH EVELYN KIGHT llRUTHl, "Moderation, the best gift of Heaven." Dramatic Club, 1, Track Team, 1-2. Sll1'1Ub1flLll4l33lHl1l' o ZELMA MARIETTA KIRBY "ZELMA" "Simplicity of character is no hinderance to splendid intellect." Hiking Club, 1, Beta Club, 4g English Assistant, 4. LESTER KNIGHT "LESTER" '24 good beginning makes a good ending." HARRY KRANIER "HARRY" "I hafue nobody, I am in charity fwith the world." Washington High School, 1-2-3, Football, 2, Baseball, 2, Student Council, 2, Manager of Football, Baseball, Basketball, Tennis, 3. NELLIE RIAE LANE HNELLIE MAE" "To side 'with truth is noble." Hi-Y Club, 1, Hiking Club, 1. NELL LUTON "NELL" "Peace is alfways beautiful" Glee Club, 1-3g Home Economics Club, 1-2, Beta Club, 4. Q THOINIAS RTARKHAIW "NUB" "I'll try to do better next time." President of Class, 1-43 Vice-President of Class, 2, Vice-President of Student Council, 3, Editor of Spotlight 4, Debating 1 2-3-4' Beta Club, 43 Monogram Club, 2-3-4, Sehior Play, 4, l"B:' foot: ball, 3, Vice-President Student Body, 3. ft, 'Q . SIINUDTULIIQG-lHl1l' HUGH KING RIARR "HITLER" "Discourse, the sfweeter banquet of the mind." Hugh Matson High School, 15 Student Council, Debating Team, 35 Monogram Club, 3-43 Class Vice-President, 3. AUDREY RIEADS "LITTLE AUDREY" "I talze pride in my 'Boots'." Glee Club, 1g Student Council, 43 Librarian, 2. HARCLD RIIDGETT "HAROLD" "Your friend and my friend today and tomorrow." Literary Society, 1-2, Baseball, 1, Basketball, 2, Student Council, 3g Track Team, 2-3, Rhodanthe High School, 1-2-3. NORMA MORRIS "NORMAN "I shall not change, though tomorrofw may come." Monogram Club, 43 Hi-Y Club, lg Glee Club, 1-2, Basketball, 1-2-3-+3 Hiking Club, lg Baseball, 23 Girls' Reserve, 2. JESSIE JOHN MORRIS "JESSE" ".-In unextinguished laughier shakes the skies." Glee Club, l-2-3--lg Dramatic Club, 1, Hi-Y Club, 1-2g "B" Football Team, 2-3. ROBERT BERNARD NIUNDEN "BOBBY" "Content lo follofw fwhen fwe lead the way." Science Club, lg Glee Club, 2, Band, 1-2-3-4. SIDNUDTI' ILIIGBIHHF , FRANCES NEVVBERN "PAT" "Silfver and gold are not the only eoinj Virtue too passes current all over the world." Social Club, 2-3, Hi-Y Club, 2, Sanitary Officer, 2. IYIILLICENT ELIZABETH NEVVBY "BESSIE" "Look you, I am Concerned in mine ofwn interest." Dramatic Club, 1, Social Club, 2-3, Glee Club, 3-4, Loudspeaker Staff, 3, Assistant Editor Loudspeaker, 4, Band, 4, Tennis Club, 3, Drum Major, 4, Monogram Club, 4. CARL FREDERICK OVERINIAN "CARL" "Thy purpose jirm is equal to the deed." Student Council, 2-4, Beta Club, 4, Vice-President Class, 4, Baseball, 3, Assistant Editor of Annual, 4, Track Team, 1-2, Science Club, 1. IDA BLAND OVERMAN "SNAKEY" "What fwe get out of life is determined by the laughs fwe put in it." Nature Club, 1-2, Social Club, 2, Glee Club, 1-3-4, Secretary 8 Treasurer Band, 4, Vice-President Beta Club, 4, Loudspeaker Staff, 3-4, Spotlight Staff, 4, Tennis Club, 2, Sanitary Officer, 2-3, Senior Play, 4, Monogram Club, 4. BOBBY OVERMAN "BOBBY" "Lowe is a beautiful dream." Band and Orchestra, 1-2-3-4, Tennis Club, 2, Monogram Club, 2-3-4, Beta Club, 4, Baseball, 3, Basketball, 3, Assistant Editor Loudspeaker, 4. BEDIE VIRGINIA PALIVIER "BEDIE" "They 'wonder 'why I alsways strut around, But fwhy should I fwaste my sight, .41 glancing on the ground." Librarian, 1-2, Hiking Club, 1-2 Tennis Club, 2-3 Loudspeaker Stall, 2-4, Girls' Baseball, 2, Sanitary Officer, 2, Social Club, 1-2-3, Girls' Club, 4, Drum Major Band, 4. , SIINIIYII' lLlIlHlHl'lf XVILLIAM CARLTON PERRY UCARLTONH "Patienre is the hest remedy for efuery trouble." Baseball, 1-3-4, "B" Football, 2, Football, 4-S, Monogram Club, 4-5. HILDA MACHREE PERRY "HILDA" "In efvery sorrouing soul I poured delight." Beta Club, -I-. ALICE JUANITA PERRY "JUANITA" e o the pole, or as the dial to th e sun." Student Council, lg Home Economics Club, 2, Beta Club, 3-4. "True as the need! t RICHARD MURPHY PH ELPS HMUSTYJ' "Plenty of time for a joke or a prank." "B" Football, 2, Football, 1-4, Track Team, 1-2. RUBY PRITCHARD --RUBY' "Physical 'virtues are an asset to anyone." Monogram Club, 3-4, Nature Club, 1-2, Hi-Y Club, 1, Girl Reserves, 2, Tennis Club, 25 Girls' Baseball, 2, Basketball, 1-2-3- 4g Captain Basketball Team, 4, Beta Club, 4, Art Club, 1. ESTHER MAY RHODES "ESTHER" "Efven the smallest hair fasts its shado-w." Dramat' Cl ' ' ic ub, 1, Girl Reserves, lg Librarian, 2. SIINIIYII' ILIIQGIHHT LILLIE RIAE RUSSELL ULILLIE MAAF." "H mild and patient disposition requires! less exertion." Hi-Y Club, 2, Home Economics Club, 1. ELSIE MOORE SANDERS "ELSIE" "For dear to gods and man is sacred song." Dramatic Club, 1, Glee Club, 1-2-3-4g Marshal, 3g Secretary of Beta Club, 4g Spotlight Staff, 4, Girl Reserves, 2. BASCONI SAVVYER "BASCOM" 'Endurance is the crofwning quality." "B" Football Team, 3-4, Glee Club, 43 Beta Club, 4. I RAYMOND SAVVYER "RAYMOND" "Friendship is constant in all things." THOIVIAS SAVVYER "THOMAS" "A decent boldness eiver meets -with friends." NIARTHA ANN SCOTT "SCOTTIE" "None but herself could lie her parallel." Cheer Leader, 4, Drum Major, 4, Glee Club, 3-4, Spotlight Staff, 4, Social Club, 2-35 Monogram Club, 4g Loudspeaker Staff, 45 Treasurer of Class, 4. M, 3 I a SIPQUDTT ILIIQGIHITT , BILLII-3 SEYMOUR , f-BILLIEU K ' "Tail, says lhe profuerb, is the sire of fame." VVVZV Glee Club, 1, Secretary of Class, 2, Student Counc'l 2 'aff' Sf T ' 1, -4, Secre- reasurer Student Council, 4, Loudspeaker Staff, 4, Girl 4 Reserves, 25 Hi-Y Club, 2, Monogram Club, 4. JOSEPH SEYMOUR HJOEH "Maybe not the best at any one thing, but good at efverythingf' "B" Football, 2-3, Track, 1-2, Basketball, 3-4, Glee Club, 4, Baseball, 4. KATHLEEN SHANNONHOUSE "KITTY" "No one has reason to dislike her." Social Club, 2-3, Glee Club, 4g Loudspeaker Staff, 4, Sanitary Officer, 2, Senior Play, 4. H X ,, VVILLIARI LUKISDEN SPENCE HBILLH V. -b.'A" , 'ff "'Personali1y and popularity, 'well deserved." I ,XA A g Vice-President Freshman Class, 1, Student Council 2, President of junior Class, 4, Assistant Editor Annual, 5, President Student E luqqn Council, S, Social Club, 2-3, Glee Club, 2-3-4, Monogram Club, , :,, 2-3-4-5, Football, 1-2, Baseball, 2-SQ Boxing, 1-2-3, Basketball, "' - 'lif' 3--I-g Track, 1-2, President Student Body, 5. , '-., " , f , .,r,, ,, MARY MADELYN SPRUILL "MADELYN" "lVork first and then rest." Sanitary Officer, 1, Beta Club, 4. fm JOHN MORRIS SPRUILL I -, at . '-as ,il , F - ALJOHNYI "'Tis prosperous to be just." key 14' Orchestra and Band, 1-2-3-4, Monogram Club, 4, Science Club, 2. Sll1'4llD'll'lLll4l5-ll-ll'lf ROBERT BERRY STEVENS 0 QW "ROBERT" "'Tis as cheap sitting as standing." "B" Football, 3-45 Basketball, 4-55 Beta Club, 4-5, Glee Club, 5 Baseball, 5. THALIA LEE TARKINGTON t'THAI,IA" "xl closed mouth catches no flies." Home Economics Club, 1-2. CARLTON DENVVOOD THORNTON "FROGGY" "Born but to banquet, and to drain the bowl." SOPHIA INEZ TILLETT "INEZ" "Lowe seldom haunts the breast fwhere learning lies." VVILLIAINI BLAIR TILLETT "BILLY" "lVit and humor are 'virtuous elements." Glee Club, 1-43 "B" Football Team, 2g Basketball, 25 Boxin'f, 3 Social Club, 25 Hi-Y Club, 2, Senior Play, 4. DORIS SELMA TURNER "TURNIKA" "The mirror of courtesy and aeeommodationf If! as 42n3L'2.-"fQrHfirltNzv.v-3Q'5"D' o SIDNUDTTILIIIG-lHl1f IVIARJORIE TURNER HMARJORIAH "Sing afway sorrofw, cast atway fear." Glee Club, 1, Monogram Club, 1-2, Home Economics Club, 1-2. MARJORIE ELIZABETH UPTON -'MARJORIEH "A pleasant fword is not in fvain." South Mills, 1. FRED ETHERIDGE UPTON, JR. "FRED" "Blessed is he fwho expects nothing, for he shall nefver be disappointed." HB" Football Team, 2, Basketball, 4, Baseball, 4, Glee Club, 4. THESSALYE CAROL VANTURE "CAROL" "In youth and beauty fwisdom is but rarelu Beta Club, 4, Spotlight Staff, 4, Social Club, 1-2-3. MARJORIE C. VOETH "MARGIE" "What be the difference if it rain or shine." Hiking Club, 15 Girl Reserves, 2, Home Eocnomics Club, 2 Social Club, 3, Glee Club, 4. BEATRICE VIRGINIA VOLIVA "BEATRICE" "Patience is the best remedy for efvery trouble." Dramatic Club, 1, Track Team, 1-2, Home Economics Club, Captain Girls' Track Team, 2, Sanitary Officer, 3. 2 SIINUYIFILIIQH-lHl1f , RIAISIE DOUGLAS VVALDORF "MAISIE" "Thr pen is mightier than the sword." Dramatic Cl 1b 1' Louds eaker Staff, 1-2-3-45 Editor Loud- l- s P speaker, 43 Beta Club, 4. RAY JAMES XVEST "RAY" "J good disposition is the foundation to a happy life." ROY FDXVARD XVEST "ROY" "History rrpfats itself." R. L. XVHALEY "R, L." "Grfatz'r intrllfrt is more prifolfss than jrfwclsf' MADELINE WHITE '-MADELINEH "fl rolling stone gathers no moss." Orchestrag Hiking Club. RIIRIAM MORGAN VVHITE "MIRIAM" "Tho glory of a frm, raparious mind." Secretary-Treasurer of Class, lg Art Club, 15 Girl Reserves 2' Marshal, 33 President Beta Club, 43 Loudspeaker Staff,, 42 Dramatic Club, 1, Senior Play, 1. ff X XWZ7 .47 'sm A , , M, . 4 ,1 x W, rg, I QF? 'ag f an W L, W5 25 4 sn 'fy J? A -w V Z -141 ' , SIDNUYII' lLlI1l5lHl'll' RIARY ADELL XVHITEHILL ICPILL!! "Her fvoice is nefver lost." Nature Club, 2, Girl Reserves, 2, Beta Club, 4, Loudspeaker, 33 Sanitary Olficer, 1-2-3. ANNIE HENREATTER VVILDER 'KANNIEH "Oh, blest is she fwhose unflouded ray Can make tomorrofw eheerful as today!" Track Team, lg Home Economics Club, 2. DOROTHY HIAE VVILLIAKIS "DOROTHY MAE" "The background of a good disposition is a face that's merry." Dramatic Club, 1, Home Economics Club, 1-2, Sanitary Officer, 1-35 Track Team, 1-2. RUTH ADELAIDE VVILLIANIS "RUTH" "She does little kindnesses fwhich most leafve undone." Girl Reserves, 13 Hiking Club, 1, Glee Club, 1, Loudspeaker Stall, 25 Librarian, 3-4. VVILIXIA DEAN VVILLIANIS "WILMA" "Wisdom is better than rabies." Beta Club, 3-45 English Assistant, 4. FLORENCE XVOODLEY HMULEYU "Her fvery frofwns are fairer far Than smiles of other maidens are." Social Club, 1-2-35 Nature Club, 1-2, Vice-President Nature Club, 2, Loudspeaker Staff, 3, Beta Club, 4. VVILLIS S. VVRIGHT, JR. "WILLIS" "His hair is his pride." Band and Orchestra, 1-2-3-4, Monogram Club, 4, Student Di- rector Band, 3, President of Band, 4. SIUNIIYII' ILIIGGIHHT LAST WILL AND TESTAMENT OF THE SENIOR CLASS 1 9 3 8 VVe, the Senior Class of l38, realizing that "what comes in must go out," have finally, after much sorrowing and grieving, given up our position in this haven of advanced education, so that those following us may become more learned. The Senior Class hereby bequeaths with many regrets the following articles, ARTICLE I. To The Class of ,392 1. Our beloved staterooms, l, 2, and 12, on the port side of the old ship, where we have weathered many storms. 2. Our chief-mates, lst lXIate Gordon, 2nd iXIate lNIoore, and 3rd KIate Calloway, who also have weathered a few storms. 3. The privilege of getting seasick on one-session days. ARTICLE II. To The Chief-llatesz l. A week's vacation in which to recuperate from the past voyage. 2. The privilege of saying with much pride a few years hence: "VVhy, that gob used to swab decks below me!" ARTICLE III. To Captain Bundy: 1. The problem of finding a more able or seaworthy crew. ARTICLE IV. To the good ship itself, we leave: 1. Discarded chewing-gum on the under-side of the state-room furniture. 2. Fondly carved works of art on said furniture. ARTICLE V. Bobby Overman leaves his job of personal maid to Chief-Slate Gordon to Emmett Ingram. ARTICLE VI. Klarion Cooke Foreman leaves her discontinued "string" to Elda VValker. ARTICLE VII. Hugh Marr leaves his dictatorship to Levin Burgess Culpepper. ARTICLE VIII. Bedie, Bessie, and INIartha Ann bestow their drum-majoring talents tif anyll upon their successors. ARTICLE IX. Jeanne Armstrong leaves her excess fat to Pearl Sawyer. ARTICLE X. Robert Andrews' masculinity is very kindly left to -Iohn Hughes. ARTICLE XI. Thomas hlarkham leaves his oratorical ability to Frank Venters. ARTICLE XII. jack Jarvis leaves his power with the members of the opposite sex to Bob Gard. ARTICLE XIII. Ida Bland Overman leaves her heart to Baxter Slaughter. ARTICLE XIV. Bobby Foreman leaves his voice to Herbert johnson, and goes out into the world to seek his fortune as a ventriloquist dummy. ARTICLE XV. Raymond Sawyer leaves his knack of being a noisy pest to Harry Sheep. Having thus endowed these landlubbers with our most prized possessions, we hereby set our John Henries to this masterpiece, on this, the 8th day of April, in the year of our Lord, 1938. Chief Testator: VVitnessed By: RIARGARET HANNA. CHIEF TXIATE GoRnoN's 2nd period History Class. , SIINUYIFILIIGG-lHl1f CLASS PROPHECY The muddy yellow Waters of Soochow Creek were jammed with traffic-small sampans and junks that jostled and bumped each other as they swarmed about, too crowded together to make any headway at all. I stood on the little concrete bridge over the creek and watched the scene, fascinated. How much I had read of this, seen pictures of it, heard about it, even dreamed of some day seeing for myself the mysterious Land of Confucius. I never expected to ever visit China, yet here I was-actually in Shanghai, a veritable part of that teeming mass of humanity which is the Chinese race. Bly presence in the Far East was not one of necessityw-merely of curiosity, and a desire to become closer acquainted with the mysteries of the Orient. I had not been altogether disappointedg for although Shanghai is much like any large western city in construction, there is an undefinable air of mysticism about it, that gives one a queer, exciting thrill of anticipation. The Chinese will tell you that it is the spirits of their "honorable ancestors", but whatever it is, it has a strange allure that you will never forget. You feel that at any moment you may come face to face with the mysterious, the unknown. Such was the feeling I had, as I left the bridge and climbed into a ricksha. The boy started off at a lively pace, and as I bounced over the cobblestones, I wondered if I would actually see anything of the mystic side of China during my sojourn there. VVe approached the Bubbling IVellg and for some reason, as I saw it, the words of a poem I had read long ago came to my mind, "Oh dark and fllfffllj .vtezu from Irlelf, Ewr--nzystvrious, ewr-flowing Bubblirzg IVFII, If thou roufdst Sf7l'Ilf', 1L'llIlf could thou IFN?" I called to the boy to stop. I had a queer notion that this antiquated cistern of black water could tell things. It must have been that the mystic breath of the old city, which I had felt so strongly, had taken pos- session of my reason. At that instant I did not doubt but that it was possible for supernatural things to happen in the Domain of the Buddhas. I walked over and gazed into the inky contents of the well. The bright Eastern sunlight made spark- ling patterns on the bubbly surface, I watched, fascinated, totally oblivious of the busy thoroughfare all around me. How long I stood thus I do not know. The enticing swells of the pool made myriads of whirls that became a part of my inner mind as I watched, set my brain to whirling like the water. Gradually, the patterns on the surface took shape and formed pictures of the turbulent panorama of my thoughts. I found myself thinking of people I had known, old friends and acquaintances. Distorted likenesses of their faces appeared to me in the water. Suddenly I felt a hand on my shoulder-I looked up quickly, half expecting to see Buddha himself. A wrinkled old Chinaman stood beside me. His small, birdlike eyes were half-hidden in the saffron folds of his skin, and on his head was a black skull cap. He regarded my startled gaze with a gentle twinkle in his eyes. "You seek message in Blubbling VVell?" he asked, in a quaint voice that sounded exactly as if it belonged in the cool, dim shadows of a sacred temple. An excited shiver passed over me. "VVhy, yes," I managed to say. "I was wondering about my friends -what theyire doing now." The old man looked troubled. "You lost-from friends?" "No, nof' I assured him. "I mean my friends back home-in America. I havenit seen them for a long timed, "VVell will tell you," said this old sage, nodding his head. 'fBlubbling IVell have much power. Here." He reached into the folds of his long garment and brought forth a queer looking pebble. "Is heart of long dead ancestorf' he explained. "Drop into VVell." He handed me the stone. I was a bit reluctant to handle the heart of this venerable Chinaman's predecessor, but nevertheless I accepted it and dropped it swiftly into the bubbling water. "Now, concentlatef' said he. "XVill leave lNIelican to musingsf' And before I could say anything, he shuffled off down the street. The queer well blubbledg a little faster than before, it seemed to me. I concentrated, as the old man had directed, and a whole picture formed in the swirling water. It was a brightly-lighted cabaret, and Thomas Nlarkham stood at the microphone as master of ceremonies. Gug Lombardo is leading the orches- tra, and among the players are two true Uvermans, Ida and Bobby. Quite a list of celebrities are there, too, enjoying the music-lNIarion Cooke Foreman, famous tragedienneg Harry Kramer, noted explorer, who has just discovered a new country south of the Anarctic Circle, IXIiriam VVhite, the famous artist, and lllartha Ann Scott, cooking expert for Good Housekeeping llagazine. The picture changes, theatres on Broadway appear. VVell, what's this-"Tobacco Road" still going strong? Yes, and Kathleen Shannonhouse has the leading role. Another theatre is staging a beautiful bal- SIINUYIFILIIQGIHITT o CLASS PROPHECY CContinuedj cony scene, and the ardent Romeo beneath the roses is KIelvin Cartwright. A tall, statuesque blonde ap- pears at the windowg but no, it isn't who we thought it would be. The lletropolitan Opera has bowed to a new star, a lusty baritone-Julian Bray in the celebrated role of "Faust". The theatres where Ted Lewis and Benny Goodman chased away your blues are different places now. The competition of Jeanne Armstrong became so strong that Benny packed up his tooter and left. And Edwin Aydlett plays his sax in top hat and tails in the spotlight that Ted Lewis vacated. Helen Klorgan had her dayg so did Klartha Raye. Now in a happy combination of the two, is IXIayo Burgess, making a hit with Bobby Foreman's latest song success, "Oh, YVhy Do They All Love IXIe So ?" The picture faded and another bubbled into its place, a familiar one this time-Elizabeth Cityl The town is celebrating the election of a new mayor-Francis Griffin, nattily dressed as ever. One of the city's leading citizens, VVilliam L. Spence, U. S. Senator from North Carolina, is presenting him with the key to the city. The stately pastor of the First Baptist Church, Rev. Robert Andrews, is nearby. Hilda Perry, the first woman chief of police in town, is maintaining order as the people press forward to see the mayor. The schoolhouse looks the same as every but since Mr. Bundy left there is a well worn path beside the shrubbery where hlr. Aydlett goes back and forth to school. Tsk! Tskl Tskl Two members of the class of '38 have returned to their dear alma mater to teach-YVilma VVilliams, instructress of English, and R. L. VVhaley, professor of math, physics, algebra, geometry, and what-have- you fwhatta manll VVilliam Bell is now printing the school paper, and Inez Tillett has taken her place behind the desk in the office. Other familiar places come into viewg quite a number of the class have remained in their home town. Phil Bauer has followed in his father's footsteps, and has become an excellent watchmaker. Annie Davis is teaching Sunday School, and lending her splendid alto voice to the choir. Raymond "Horse" Henderson is tending cows, still manager of the City Dairy. Carlton Perry has built himself a candy factory, and for the first time in his life has all the candy he wants. Carlton Thornton is running the Pepsi-Cola plant. Thomas Sawyer is engineer of Elizabeth City's new streamline train. And that man who is so earnestly praising the new 1948 Dodge to his prospective customer is none other than VVillis IVright, jr. And now a tender scene meets my eye-a balmy Spring day on Main Street and those proud mothers displaying their pretty babies used to be Hlarjorie Hardison, Elizabeth Hughes, lXIarjorie Voeth, and Francis "Pat" Newbern. lVVonder why Pat's baby is eating peanuts????J Ruby Pritchard and Norma Klorris are still getting automobile license numbers. They have nine hun- dred and ninety-eight now-only three more and they will see their future husbands-maybe. The city of VVashington appeared next. Two men seemed to be in conference, and as the picture be- came clearer I saw it was Raleigh Griffin and Lester Knight-G-Klen. They were planning the capture of two fugitives from justice: Fletcher Bailey, Public Pest Number One, and Robert Stevens, who failed to pay his income tax. Elizabeth Byerly, famous woman detective, was busy looking for clues as to their where- abouts. The next scene was the Navy on parade, and in the ranks of those white uniformed officers appeared the faces of lylurphy Phelps and Bascom Sawyer. The Navy Band has turned out in full regalia, with Bobby Munden beating the bass drum. On the sidelines I recognized Mrs.-ah-Elizabeth Barnes, her face wreathed in admiring smiles. Hmmmm--VVho's she proud of? I wonder... The Navy Air Corps has claimed two of the class of '38g john Frisby and jonathan Spruill. Their uniforms are very becoming too. Then-Hollywood! The first thing I saw was a sign-"Brothers Bros. Moving Picture Company." The Brothers were none other than lklargaret and Edward. And at last! After ten long, weary years of research they have finally found a Scarlett O'Hara. "Gone with the VVind" is really under production, and Scarlett?-our own Florence IVoodley. Rhett Butler is familiar, too. -lack Jarvis' popularity as a matinee idol won him the coveted role. The scene changes to another studiog a picture is in production here, too. Ray and Roy VVest, still exactly alike, have the leading roles in the picture, entitled "Mike and Ike." Kladelyn Spruill is taking the character part of their mother, having just finished the leading role in "INIother lNIachree." On the same set I saw two familiar figures in the backgroundg Nlarjorie Upton, double for Shirley Temple, and Elizabeth Copeland, stand in for Zasu Pitts. Swiftly the setting changed to New York again, and I recognized quite a number of faces as scene after scene flowed before my eyes. Billie Seymour is society editor for the New York Timesg Lillie lklae Russell and Marjorie Turner fstill inseparablej are running a fashionable dress shop on Fifth Avenue. Hugh Marr fOh, if lNIiss Gordon could see him nowlj is a capitalist. His income mounts yearly, and the poor workers in his factories suffer greatly by this iron-hearted man's unscruplousness. Esther Rhodes has come into her own as a famous novelistg critics everywhere are acclaiming her latest , SlD'4ll9'll'lLll4I5lHl1f CLASS PROPHECY tContinuedi book, "Aching Hearts." Likewise lladeline VVhite's poetry has received great applause. Carol Vanture has become a surrealist artistg her paintings are hailed as the most surrealistic since the advent of surrealism. Shelton Ganderson has opened up a dancing studio, and is teaching New York some of his fantastic steps. He still thinks he is all three of the Ritz Brothers. At Kladison Square Garden, crowds are flocking every night to see the VVorld's Biggest Rodeo Show. Lights flash, and into the arena dashes a white horse with a jeweled bridle. On his back is a slender figure --Annie VVilder, grown Wilder with the years, and now champion equestrienne of America. Handsome cowboys follow her, among them are George Folsom, joe Seymour, Norman Right, Billy Tillett and Jesse john hforris, dashing men of the 1'ange. The crowds cheer them as the picture fades from sight. The next scene was rather depressing-a courtroom. Bill Parker, that great heart-breaker, was on trial. He is being sued for alimony by a chorus girl in the Zeigfeld Follies. Zelma Kirby, a noted woman lawyer, is prosecuting attorneyg and Leroy Copeland, whose booming voice may be heard in the far corners of the TOOIN, is counsel for the defense. The next case called was that of Bessie Newby vs. Carl Overman. Bliss Newby, the wealthy widow of a late oil magnate, is suing Mr. Overman, America's second Edgar A. Guest, for breach of promise. He has engaged for his defense Kliss Nell Luton, who has also attained prominence in the field of law. Before I could discover the outcome of these trials the picture had bubbled away. A fashionable summer resort was the next thing I saw in this remarkable well. A great many people were gathered there. I noticed two tired business girls, Elaine Ganderson and Elsie Sanders, relaxing after a long hard grind at their typewriters. A commotion on the front steps turned out to be Audrey lNIeads, beauty contest winner, fighting off a mob of reporters and admiring males. She finally gave an interview to a slender young lady named Klargaret Hanna, who has become one of the world's foremost newspaper correspondents. hlary VVhitehill came strolling by, and on her arm was oh, such a handsome man! In fact, he was an All-American fullback, the ideal of IXIary's dreams. And back to another depressing scene, this time a great hospital. Superintendent of Nurses Klarjorie Caddy has turned quietly into a room. The patient is Harold hlidgette, who is recuperating after his ter- rific wrestling match for the National Championship. Harold won the title and also a few sprains and bruises. In another room was Thomas Commander, siX day bicycle rider, resting up. Juil Simmons is also in the hospital, suffering from acute indigestion after Winning 21 pie-eating contest. The next picture showed a huge circus tent. I had difficulty in finding any familiar faces among the thousands of people there, but finally under a huge Hindu turban, I spied Fred fjeanie Boyl Upton, posing as gi snake Chai-mer, A blare of miigiq shqwed Bt-die Palmer, in an attractive costume, whirling a baton and leading the parade, A third familiar faee appeared when the horses pranced into the ring, and I recognized Ruth VVilliams, as the bare-back rider. The next setting was very queer at first-a XVPA Supervisor's office. Then I saw the man behind the desk was Creeper Crank. He has organized a project to finish putting the arms on Venus de Nlilo-a long neglected affair, so Creeper thinks. He is dictating 2 letter to l1iS Secretary. Th-alia Tarkington. The scene vanished and another appeared. It was 21 meeting of the Camden VVomen's Club. The president, Ruth Kight, was introducing to the club memlJe1'S 21 former neighbor-Clay Ferebee, who has made quite a niche for himself in the agricultural world- His C'XPCl'lmCfltS have been So Successful that he has been hailed as a second Luther Burbank. tHe gave 3 blood tl'21I1SfllSi0Il to Celety and got fhllbafb-I Among the club members who are warmly greeting their old friend are Doris Turner, Dorothy Mae Wil- liams and Beatrice Voliva. I next saw a great airliner sailing through the clouds. The air hostesses are Helen Cutrell, Evie Hop- kins, Nellie lklae Lane and Juanita Perry. Among the IH21I1Y P2lSSeI1gCl'S WHS ,llllia DiX0I1i Secretary to the President, going to Hollywood on her vacation. Raymond Sawyer and Henry Crank are co-pilots. The pictures were growing fainter now, and I had to look hard to see the next one. It was somewhere in the interior of China. The young woman who was so earnestly talking to a group of Chinese girls was Gladys Brickhouse, missionary to China. The picture bubbled away, and no more came. The black water had taken on an almost opaque appear- ance. I glanced up and saw it was growing dark. Deciding that I had better return to the hotel, I looked again into the mysterious well. It was just a well-nothing more. I began to wonder just what sort of hallucination I had had, surely I had not really seen all those things in the water! And thatold China- man and his ancestor's heart-that must have been just a part of it too. I climbed into a ricksha, still wondering about my curious experience. I could hardly believe it. I still don't believe it. IXIAISIE XVALDORF, Prophet. SIIPQHOTTILIIQG-lHl1f o HISTORY OF THE SENIOR CLASS On September 18, 1934, we entered a new phase of our school career-fresh and green, but with much ambition and determination. The rules, customs, and curriculum of the high school were quite different from what we had been accustomed to in the elementary schools, and it was difficult for us to become ac- quainted with them. The Sophomores loved to lord over us as we hurried about vainly searching for our classes. VVe chose as our class officers: Thomas Klarkham, president, Billy Tillett. vice-president, and Kliriam VVhite, secretary-treasurer. Under the patient leadership and guidance of our teachers, we completed our first year in high school before we could quite adjust ourselves to the great change that had taken place in our school life. In our Sophomore year we were better acquainted with high school life and enjoyed it much more than we did the first year. As our knowledge was increased, we grew bolder and greatly felt our superiority over the Freshmen. VVe seemed to forget the miserable days we had spent being tormented by Sophomores. Those winning in the election of '35-'36 were Keeney Crank, president, Thomas Markham, vice-presi- dent, and Billie Seymour, secretary-treasurer. Honorable mention should be made of Thomas Klarkham and Calvin Klorrisette, members of our class who so ably took part in the triangular debates, in which they went to the semi-finals in Chapel Hill. Time passed rapidly, final examinations were passed, and we were promoted from Sophomores to juniors. During this year the members of our class were somewhat divided-some taking the commercial courses, and others struggling with languages, unknown quantities, and scientific formulas. However, we were bound closer in the bonds of class fellowship and cooperation brought together by our common ambition and determination to take a place in the Elizabeth City High School's supreme class. As Juniors we put forth much hard work. In February of 1937 we successfully sponsored a Valentine carnival in the high school gymnasium. Beautifully decorated booths, bingo stands, side shows, the high school band, fortune telling, refreshment stands, and a floor show were featured. The climax of that event was the coronation of Evelyn Bright as the Queen of Hearts. hlany Juniors were members of the Girls' or Boys' Glee Clubs, both of which did outstanding work. They won first place in the local district contest and received a rating of 2 in the Statewide Contest at Greensboro. lylany members of our class did notable work on our school newspaper, The Louzirprrzlufr. For our junior officers we chose Bill Spence for our chief executive, Hugh Marr for vice-president, and Jeanne Armstrong for secretary-treasurer. Our junior year was climaxed by the junior-Senior banquet. IVe put forth much labor in making preparations for this affair and it was a great success. Mr. YVade Nlarr acted as toastmaster, and toasts were given by bliss Elsie Sanders and Evelyn Bright who were responded to by Charles Burgess of the Senior class. Following the banquet, dancing was enjoyed in the Virginia Dare ballroom. Finally, after a great struggle, we attained the position of dignified Seniors, "heading for the last round- up." This year has been characterized by numerous and vivacious class meetings, for besides our regular work. we have put forth much effort in publishing this SPOTLIGHT of 1938. Our editor, Thomas llarkham, and business manager, Shelton Ganderson, have worked diligently and surely their labors have not been in vain. This year members from our class have made up a large part of the L0llIiJ'fJfllff'l'f staff. Included are Nlaisie VValdorf, editor, Bessie Newby, assistant editor, Hugh Klarr, business manager, and many reporters who have done notable work. The officers of our class this year are Thomas hlarkham, president: Carl Overman, vice-presidentg Jeanne Armstrong, secretary, and Klartha Ann Scott, treasurer. lylany of our Seniors are members of the high sihool band, which, under the leadership of Klr. Gene Gorman, is rapidly gaining fame. Jeanne Armstrong was elected assistant director: lda Bland Overman, secretary-treasurer, and Bobby Overman, librarian. Bessie Newby, Martha Ann Scott, and Bedie Palmer have been chosen drum majors. Our success in reaching the goal is largely due to the patient help and guidance of the members of the faculty. VVe sincerely appreciate their untiring labors in our behalf and hope that they feel that their work has not been in vain. Now the time has come when we must say farewell and leave high school for a broader life. Some will continue their studies and others will enter other business phases of life, but the days spent in this high school are so deeply imprinted in our minds that wherever we go and whatever we do, they will never be forgotten and will always be the most dearly loved of all. NIIRIAM VVHITE, Historian. SIIJPCUYII' ILIIGBIHITI' 7 oswfwm' OX ,ff .GMM Aim,-,-ww-ff. 'V W !3mMKa,.f1f'1' w....Lv' V ,Z L33 in .. ,V . : -7' . 1 ,.',1.-f, A .. t mx , 1 If " Mwwvmvq V gl' , , , x ,X f x A , iv k ,WW i Z2 0 QrQ9f0A flfoy n SIPNUDTT ILIIQG-lHl1l' i fwwy-f',, , f, ' l - X JUNIOR CLASS ENIMETT INGR.-mi ....A. .... ..... ., , ,,, AA L. Carr Austin, Earnestine Austin, Geraldine Alexander, Selby Bateman, Audrey Bishop, Blanch Bray, Margaret Carter, Olive Doxey, Carrie Eniston, Eugene Ferebee, Addie Gibbs, Virginia Garrett, Katherine Hastings, Mary Alice Heath, james Jackson, john K. Jordon, jack Jones, Marie Lowe, Virginia Maston, Thomas Midgette, Earl Minton, Edward Meiggs, Nora Overman, Martell Owens, Louise Perry, Roy Rhodes, Evelyn Sawyer, Dorothy Simpson, john L . Scott, Lucian Stanley, Roy Tolar, Alvin Twiford, Edith Twiford, Sarah VValdrop, Riehard VVinslow, Melvin Xiilliams, NVillard Clirzlasimlrs Alexander, Marguerite Bloomquist, Vineent Blow, Marguerite Brown, Ashby Bray, A. J. Uommander, Mary Fopeland, Nevada Dewey, Kathryn Earlie, Pamelia Gossard, Billy Gard, Robert Griffin, Charles Hales, Blanch Hill, Frank, Jr. Hollowell, Vietor Ingram, Emmett jackson, Margie johnson, Herbert Love, Aurilla Miller, Ann Midgette, Rebecca Nixon, Anne Louise Overman, Frances Pendleton, Andrew Peabody, Edward Simpson, Martin, ,I r. Sheep, M. Leigh Smith, Sarabelle Stevenson, Roscoe Slaughter, Baxter Sexton, George Sawyer, Louise Skinner, Tom Sawyer, Phil, jr. Sheep, Lloyd Sawyer, Martha Venters, Frank XValker, Edla VVhite, Buxton, Jr. XValdrop, Paul Hafwlry Armstrong, Iilston Albertson, Sarah Barco, Marian Vreekmore, Dorothy Cutrell, Minnie Mae Crain, George Fulpepper, Levin Eason, llelen Emery, Eloise Gregson, Jack Gregory, Paul Gritiin, Eleanor Hettriek, Howard Hooper, Elroy llastings, Vera il4lllliCI',lSliZZll1Cfll Hughes, Mattie Ives, Eleanor Jennings, Martin Lee, Thomas Lassiter, Minnie I Markham, joseph Mason, Buford Nlerritt, Dick Miller, VVanda Perry, lsaaC Peele, Iidith Russell, Thelma Riggs, Abner Sivills, Louise Saunders, Billy Sheep, llarry Spence, Almond Taft, Russell izff SIIJNUDTFILIIQG-lHl1f 2 je' Tffafisfg A S ig? ta 9 5. f ,il if , SCPHOMORE CLASS EDWARD GRIFFIN ,,.... . ,.,..,.... ,, A....... ,,......N... ,,...........,. AA,.A.......,,.. .A..........,.........,Y.,.......A......,.A ,.,.,,,,A.,,, ...,,,,,,,, Jones Ambrose, Ralph Bailey, Jean Boswell, Doris Bunch, Mariam Davis, Kathleen Dixon, Melvin Ferebee, Jimmie Ferrell, Virginia Gard, Blonnie Bell Gore, Luella Jennette, Bertrand Kirby, Clarine Lambert, Nell Long, Harry Owens, VVillis Perry, Martin Provo, VVilbur Roach, Cecil Sawyer, Alfred Sawyer, Elizabeth Spencer, Albert Seymore, Evelyn Spruill, Millard Stevens, Aliene Tarkenton, Hubert Tillette, Harry Tillette, Norman Tuttle, Jacqueline Twiddy, VVarren VVhaley, Dennis NVhitehurst, Elizabeth Coopfr Armstrong, Keith Aydlett, Idella Barnes, Kate Blades, Annie Brothers, Arthur Burgess, Loftin Dean, Lois ,Dixon, Laura Gaither, Billy Griggs, Crawford Hayman, Kathryn Hughes, Geraldine Hughes, Tommy Ingram, Sarah Jackson, Edna Jones, Charles Kramer, Ann Ray Kramer, Jane Markham, Estelle Nixon, Russell Outlaw, Lucy Owens, Thomas Phelps, Billy Price, Patricia Shannonhouse, Mildred Spence, Eloise Spruill, Morris Stanley, Margaret Timberlake, Frank VVard, Alvin VVard, Jean VVhite, Kathleen VVilkins, Neverson VVorth, VVinfield VVright, Carlton .ilbfrfson Anderson, Myrtle Bright, George Bell, Louis Davis, VVilma Dunbar, J. C. Holloman, VVilson Jackson, VVilliam Ludford, Frank Morrisette, Clayton Munden, Fulford Miller, Ormond Payne, Doris Perry, Kate Phelps, Kendrick Phelps, Jr. Phelps, Durwood Sherlock, Naomi Sawyer, Henry Sawyer, Thelbert Sawyer, Aubrey Skiles, Norman Sawyer, Earnest Sawyer, Kenneth Trueblood, Madeline VVilliams, Maude VVilliams, Bill VVilliams, Floyd iMfCler.f Alexander, Sarah Andrews, Carl Baker, Ruth Barnard, Ellen Basnight, Claybert Bray, Kathleen Brothers, Herbert Byrum, Louise Cartwright, Jarvis Cartwright, Lillie Dough, Doris Etheridge, Helen Evans, Doris Fearing, Elbert Forbes, Clifton Garrett, YVilliam Gregory, Janie Griffin, Edward Midgette, Mary McPherson, Louise Newbern, VVill Peele, Lovie Reid, Jean Trueblood, Aubrey President SIIPQUDTTILIIQG-lHl1f p..-f ,lj N ' 55, - . X w W' .. JOHN PARKER ., Pendleton armstrong, audrey avent, gloria bailey, ruth bauer, Carlton brinson, james brothers, william bundy, jean Commander, oscar Commander,virgini Copeland,juanita Cox, bill emery, Corinne fearing, gertrude fearing, julia gordon. charles gossard, mary jean humphlett, marian jackson, gwendolyn jackson, irma lane, charles liverman, virginia massey, Carolyn meads, alberta mcpherson, lucille morris, paul owens, marjorie pinner, martha pugh, myrtis raper, maude lee rhodes, berta mae sanders, joseph Selig, billy stevenson, jack stevenson, martha white, marion white, millicent williams, leon a Ice x t l ' x . FRESHMAN CLASS winslow, harvey woodard, lillie Green ambrose, guy anderson, matthew basnight, hilda basnight, ruby benton, vivian bell, homer brower, elizabeth bu rgess, bethel Chappell, inez Chory, worth Creef, ruth diekerson, james elliot, murray ferebee, edwin gilden, norman godfrey, wilma guirkin, mae gritfin, tommy hettrick, dawn hilley, mary hodges, virginia hughes, john krause, john leary, joyce mcmullan, charles munden, Carolyn owens, marius parker, john d. sawyer, iva mae spencer, glenn swain, dorothy tarkington, blanche thurecht, jessie tillett, selma Vanture, paul wertman, eleanor west, billy williams, marjorie white, eunice ,-Iydlfll ammeen, elizabeth anderson, hilda basnight, lorene baum, delton bright, barney burgess, alice byrd, Charles Copeland, geraldinc gibbs, david grice, john glover hardtke, fred henderson, william hettrick, catherine hill, lonnie jennings, earl linwood jackson, carlton lawrence, emily maston, dorothy miller, rita ownley, bettie louise provo, william shelton pritchard, Carol Sawyer, irene spruill, nina sawyer, elizabeth twiddy, george tarkington, tully r. thompson, Clarence white, joseph waldorf, wilson waters, elvin white, rufus .. ...,.... Pri'.vidc'nl warden, marie white, thomas ward, june page zeigler, frederick Ff'rr1'll albertson, jennetta basnight, margaret brown, charles e. burgess, Clifton bu rgess, lathan burgess, malachi cu rles, elwood Cutrell, alma etheridge, evelyn forbes, eleanor forehand, katherinc green, earl gregory, rupert jordon, nathan kight, bernice meekins, Casper, jr. midgette, irene monroe, joseph muse, fannie owens, howard poole, alfonso pritchard, calvin sawyer, brantley Sawyer, elwood Seymour, aubrey seymour, audrey seymour, erving turner, glennell voliva, rufus, jr. white, shelton williams, samuel wood, f. p.,jr. SIINUHT ILHGG-IHHI' STUDENT COUNCIL BILL SPENCE .............. .,. ,,,..A A,.,....,.,..... ... r ....A.............. P resident EIJWARL1 RIINTON ...,.AA..,,............. . ,.,....,. ... ..,.,....,. I 'ice-President Miss COOPER AND MR. AIOORE... .................. ......... ................,...................,...................,.........,..,. 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Kathleen Shannonhouse, Lovie Peel, Louise Owens, Frances Overman, Jdfvertising Staff Baxter Slaughter, Sjmrls Editor STAFF-1931 1938 lllartha Ann Scott, YVanda Rliller, SllbJ'l'f'ifJfi0I1 AIKIIZIIQUVS' Gladys Briclchouse, Tommy Kliller, Elizabeth Barnes, Bedie Palmer, Jeanne Armstrong, Phil Sawyer, Estelle lllarkham, jane Kramer, lllartha Pinner, Bill Cox, Reporling Staff Shelton C. Ganderson, Humor if Suznda I Slllfdllfll' ILIIQGIHUI' were S F l . r" xx ' I . ELIZABETH CITY HIGH SCHOOL BAND CPERCUSSIAND Bass Drum: lllarion Cooke Foreman Snare Drums: 3 I I, - , K Bessie Newby I ymwls Whltman Jackson lXIorris Spruill, lVarren Twiddy, BASSES Bf1s.r.' Bobby lllunden C'larineIs.' Baritone: Bobby Gverman Pllfalme f'ggm5E'0UEif Plilfglda PYICC, Tmmbonm: ommy ug es, ae tevenson IVillis lVright, Billy Henderson S A Edwin Aydlette mophoml' Bobby Foreman, Ida Bland Overman, Tfuffllfffi'-' lllartha Ann Scott, Nell Lambert Baxter Slaughter, VVilliam Jackson, JOIIH Spflllll, Russell Nixon Ffufp.' Gossafd Horns: VVilson, VValdorf, Charles Gordon, PifC0f0-' Billy GOSSHYC1 Joseph Sanders DRUIXI RIAJQRS GENE GORMAN ...............,........rr.....a.....,...........,,.....,,,....r...,...., , .....,r.....l.r.r.t....4......r.........,......,.... ,.,...l ...r...,.,........ D i rfrfor Tommy llfliller, Chief Klartha Ann Scott Bedie Palmer Bessie Newby Sllplllfll' ILIIQG-lHl'll' 5 1 Bass Paul lValdrop George Sexton Raymond Henderson Bobby Stevens Baxter Slaughter Barilom' Elbert Fearing BOYS' GLEH CLUB Herbert Brothers Alvin 'lioler Hill Spence .loseph Seymour lfarl Jennings Ten 0 rs Bobby Foreman Shelton Ganderson lftlward Rlinton Martin Simpson, Ir. Jesse .l0h'1 3I0"Vl5 Levin Culpepper 5 Fred Upton Billy 'l'illett lftlwin Aydlett Baseoln Sawyer Bobby lllunden i1l't'0lllfVIlIi,Yf.' Bliss jones Dirrrtor: lliss lXIcClees SIDNUHFILIIGIBIHITT GIRLS' GLEE CLUB Miss ESTELLE MCCLEES ..............,...A..,..,.,......... .,,................ ..,.A ,.... .,.,..A, . ,. .....A..... Dzrfctor Miss ETHEL JONES ,.....,,....,.....,,,,..s..............,.........ss,..,.,,,. ...,,,,,........A.ss.,.sss.........,,...s...,................ P zanzst Virginia Lee Commander Julia Fearing Jean lvard Eloise Spence Anne Ray Kramei ldella Aydlett Ann llliller Rebecca Midgett Ann Louise Nixon Edla Vvalker hlarguerite Blow Selby Alexander lllarion Cooke Foreman Klarjorie Jackson Kathleen Shannonhouse Elizabeth Barnes Sarah Belle Smith Jeanne Armstrong Annie Davis lllartha Ann Scott Rlarjorie Voeth Bessie Newby Elsie Sanders Ida Bland Qverman SIPCUDTT ILIIQG-ll-Ill' B or f A 1 X ,. X ,, X i. 1' MONOGRAM CLI' B MEMBERS MR. AYDLETT , ,. . , Helen Etheridge Louise Owens Lovie Peele Edith Peele Ruby Pritchard Norma lNIorris Gladys Brickhouse lllaisie Xvaldorf llarjorie Caddy VVanda hliller llartha Ann Scott llargie Jackson Klarion Cooke Foreman Jeanne Armstrong Eloise Emery Bill Parker Creeper Crank Cliff Sawyer Buford Xlason slack Allen Paul Gregory Clay Ferebee 'llommy Kliller lVillis XVright Baxter Slaughter Bobby Overman Harry Sheep john Spruill Klorris Spruill Edward lllinton VVhitman jackson Earle llidgette Bill Spence Bobby Foreman 1 .. ,,.. , .... ,, Pllfllffj' Emmett lngram Frank Venters Frank Hill Bill Saunders Klelyin Cartwright Shelton Gunderson Wvilliam jackson Wvilson lValdorf Raymond Hendersoi Alvin Tolar Celus Forbes Hugh Klarr Edwin Aydlett Francis Griffin Elbert Fearing Ormond Kliller 1 Jzlfzfisor SlD'1ll9'If ILIIQIBII-lfll' R BETA CLUB AIIRIAM XVHITE ..,..,......,,,,. ...,............,.....A P resident IDA BLAND OVERMAN .....,...... .....,.,.. I 'ice-President ELSIE SANDERS ..A..,.................... . ..A.............. Secretary RIARJORIE H.ARlJISON .,........ ...,......... ,.,.........A............A,A.... .... . . A ,.,,...,.,....., ,....,....,,,,,,,,,,,..,,, T rmsurer Miss MCCLEES A..........,..,...... .,..,A..,. ..,......,,,.A,,. ,..,.,....,.,....,,,............, .... ,,,, ......,.................... P ' a rulty Adviser Juanita Perry lVil1na Vvilliams Klary lVhitehill lladelyn Spruill Zelma Kirby Hilda Perry Elaine Ganderson Thomas Rlarkham Elizabeth Copeland Nell Luton Carol Vanture Florence YVoodley Klaisie VValdorf Julia Dixon Ruby Pritchard Clay Ferebee Robert Stevenson Baseom Sawyer Carl Qverrnan XVhitman Jackson Bobby Overman Jeanne Armstrong Sll3'4Hb1l'lLlIll5lHl1l' 'QU' 'TF Q-xiii' ,3. DEBATING Jjjfirzzzntifvv fvzyzlfifzvz' Estelle Hlarkham Iflnmett Ingram Frank Venters Thomas Rlillkhillll ff Itvrmltz' .lffffllflff Kate Barnes XVinF1eld YVo1'th Coafh 5:00611 Bliss Jones 1111 Aydlett , LQ F ,v K !'Y '-as 14 . , . f v, W W SlD'4llD1l'lLll1GlHl1f SPOTLIGHT STAFF THOMAS AIARKHAM T.T,..T. ,A.T,T,......,,T T,,,T,T,.T I TTTTTTTTTTT TT., .......,..,,.....T,...,T,,..T... . , .............. E d i tor-in-Chief CARL OVERAIAN, BILL SPENCE., L....L.LL ..L.. .. ...,... Assistant Editors SHELTON GANIIERSON .,.............,.,LLLLL,LLLLL,LLLLLLLLLLLLL LLLLLLLL I LLLL.LL.L. , L.,LL..,,.,L,..LLLLLLLLLLL,LLL,,,,,L ,..,, B 1 uinvss Jlanagvr ELSIF SANDERS ...,........ww.....,.. ,. w.,.....w..w,,,..,,,.., ., ..,..L....,..,..,,,....,....., LL......... . .Ilsxixfzllzt Bzzsifzvss Jlrznagrr ADVERTISING STAFF AIARTHA :ANN SCOTT, Jlgr. ELIZABETH BARNES IIJA BL.-XXD OVERAIAN FRANCES OVERAIAN CAROL VI-XNTL'RE, AIIRIAM AVHITE SSE...ESESS.SSE.,.E..,..,....E... ....,,..., . ,. T..L .EE.EETS,...............,... ,.E,.,,.. I J rf Editorx IXIARION COOKE FOREAIAN .,.......,..,,.......,....,......... .......E..,,..E,.....I ......, ...... I I 'irfulation Jlmmgrr MR. RIOORE, MISS COOPER, MISS PENIILETON ,..........., .. .,..I,..,,...,... Faculty Iidfzvisom SIPQHDTFILIHG-lHl1f SAFETY SQUAD Russell Nixon Joe VVhite Neverson VVilk YVar1'en Twiddy VVilbur Provo SlD'1Ub1flLlI4G-IHUI' 1 Q S Q15 ,, A 11'f5k!f17?f'1 -f-1 L'f"11Q9"2fi ilk 085'-" F .1,3,.a .-f' , 1 ,,,f-f-' f f ff x . 1 ,f " f V , k:.QQ?f N ji PAST' Y. .M 4 nw f' ?,?' Y. ..4,, ' I '-liQ",', 'YU 3 . 2 4 ww, ,f f 'UZQK 1 M1 , 'Q 24 2 25 N - f WX Q 1: X0 25" ,f SIINUDTFILIIQIBUIHITT Tommy Lee, pitrhvr Paul VValdrop, fmilrhvr Edwin Aydlett, jwitvlzvr Clayton Morrisette, pin' Bill Spence, ratrlzvr Lathan Burgess, ratclzvr her BA S E BALL TEAM PaulGrego1-y, Ist base' lfdwarcl Alinton, Helder Robert Stevens, 2nd burr lflbert Fearing, fivlder joe Seymour, rlzorlxtop Alphonso Poole, utility Klelvin Cartwright, 5rd lmxz' YVarren Twiddy, illgr. Fred Upton, fielder George Hunsueker, Coarh Clay Ferebee, 21111 base SIUNUDTFILIIGG-lHl1f 5' T T. L..,.. T , -N-W TW Q 1 fx.. VARSITY FOOTBALL TEAM GEORGE HL'NSL'CKER TTT.TT,TT.T.ATT......T,.TTA ,TAT..TA......T..., ,A..TTTTTTTTTTT.T.,A T ..TTAT. ,T,, T T,T,TTT,,...,TTT.. .........,T.... I I o a rh EDWARD TNIINTON ...... ,,,.,.T ,A.A...,.......T,,T,,,.TT......T...,TTTA.,,,.T T T T T ,,.TTT.T, TTT,,.TTTTTT.T,TTTT.TT.T...,T .TTTTTT....T fl I anaqer Ends Paul Gregory Ormond Rliller .lack Allen Klurphy Phelps Billy Gossard Carlton Perry Guards Clay Ferebee Alvin Toler Bill Sanders Herbert Brothers George Twiddy Delton Baum .lohn jackson Lloyd Sheep 7lllt'l'1F.S' Raymond Henderson Clifton Forbes lVhitman jackson Earl Jennings Baxter Slaughter Roy Stanley Melvin Cartwright Tommy lliller Iirzrkr Creeper Crank Buford Klason Cliff Sawyer Thomas Lee Elbert Fearing Harry Sheep John L. Simpson SIIFNIIYII' ILIICHIHHT 'Gif OE- BOYS' BASKETBALL TEAM-SEASON 1938 GEORGE HL'NSL'CKER ........,,. Creeper Crank CFD Raymond Henderson CFD lllelvin Cartwright CCD Bill Parker CGD Phil Sawyer CCD Billy Gossard CFD Thomas Lee CGD Robert Stevens CFD Robert Gard C FD Bill Spence CCD B TEA M Paul lValdr0p CGD Levin Culpepper CGD joe Seymour CGD lflbert Fearing CGD Coarlz lfdward Klinton C Nl gr. D Bascom Sawyer CFD SIIPQUDTF ILIIQG-ll-ll1l' GIRLS' BASKETBALL J F FERRELL ......,.............. ...........,..A.. ......... ..,.,.,..,.........,....,. .....A.........,,......,,...... , f' oath Miss LL CILLE CARR ....,,L............,.. F irst Train Ruby Pritchard CGD, Capt. lllarjorie Caddy CGD, Klgr. Lovie Peele CGD Edith Peele CFD Norma lN'lorris CGD Helen Etheridge CFD Louise Owens CFD Serolzd Team Eloise Fmery CFD Frances Overman lXlargaret Stanley CFD Dawn Hettrick CFD Sarah Ingram CGD Julia Fearing CFD june Paige VVard CGD Sl!-NHDTI' ILIIQHIHHT ALVIN 'I'oI.ER ........A JACK ALLEN .,,,.,, JUNIOR PHELPS A A,., A EARIE RIIDGETTE A .,.,,,, IJICK RIERRITT .. ROY PERRY II,,,,I,II. I IIIIII... . RALEIGH GRlIf'IfIN JOE AIONROE EEEEIII RALPH AAIIIROSEE GUY ANIBROSE .....I.. BOXING TEAM ...f1'0!Zl'lI, Jlruzagvr, Junior lf'I'!Zvru'I'iglIt . ,,,,, ll 'c'ffI'r'zc'z'igl1t ..E........U'I'ltfr1c'I'iyl1t E,,,,,,E..ELiglzlicvight I,,E,,EE.Elfcfzthcfr-zwiylzt ,hulfflllfl1lIl1L't'igllf ....,,,,,.lgllllfI1lll'ZL'l'if!llf ..........FI'athffru'vight ,I........Bmztanzzwiglzt Sll1'1llD'll'lLlI!G-ll-llll' Joseph llarkham Isaac Perry Russell Taft Dick Klerritt Thomas Owens Charles -Iones l i B FOOT BALL TEAM Phil Sawyer Baseom Sawyer Paul lvaldrop Alfonzo Pool Roy Perry Almond Spence Roy Stanley Alvin VVard .luil Simmons Raleigh Griffin Emmett Ingram Sll1'4llD'lflLll4l3'-ll-ll1f 4 A,vh www! VV , , 'bf pix S cfs- R x SIPQIIYII' ILIICH-ll-ll'll' IUPE RUR E! M05 'V 1-I MA 7' 0 Qwiv-::25' 8'Lfi":ff'lS'N4 ' I M ,bu-QQ., ,Ao 4.1, gg? A Joe MOST ATHLETIC MARJ DRIE' CAUDY MELWN CARTWRSGH1' BEST' DRE-885-D MARJCRIE' HARDMON BOBBY some-MAN ' MOST POPULAR MARTHA 8CUT"f BMJ. SPE'NC E'- ST WrfE'j.-L-ff, ,Y ef s C' h-?oR0'- VA NK ' N G 537- Loo Nic pn '-I MA 'I' vuf' QM' 9 MA Ulvsx ma.. L' WH RWHAM SIPIIIDTULIIQG-lHl'll' M RS. 5 EEL!-YS 5 s APTE-I? DlNNE"l? UTE! 5-ff GP at Y? u N 4 Q Lpfone-5 MA-N W. x rv : A 5:15:41 "1 Q i' ri Lu NC H- TABLE- - , if . 1143-1 9. -'f . Q g 45 1 '7 1 - . mi, 4. T TRODI-I-Y CA-5E- Bova wsu 9? 'Q SlU'4IJD1l'lLll1GlHl'll' PREJSPENCE- soy' ABEDIE4' AND OBB!E' RS. MOORE, 'ZAPTE-R LUNCH? 'YHONE-Y.. Q 1 N, , Y R - .f,W.3:ff 'Dom' BEA Hoa" "Bm APPLE-4' TO OUR ADVER YYSERS THE CLASS OF 1938 EXPRESSES SINCERE APPRECIATION TO OUR FRIENDS WHO MADE POSSIBLE THIS EDITION OF THE "SPOTLIGHT" BY ADVERTIS- ING THEREIN . SENIO R CLASS ESEESTI 'TEL L. .J Mount Vernon Service Station INTERSECTION OF GEORGE XVASHINGTON AND ATL.ANTIC COASTAL HIGHWAY ELIZABETH CITY, NORTH CAROLINA THE TEXAS COMPANSIHS COHf7'l.l7IlfZ.0H to the ajwpearance of an appreCz'alz't1e czlstonzer-Efizzzbellz City TEXAS PRoDUCTs TE C0 A. W. Howl GENERAL TIRES HEYXVOOD SAWYER ACCESSORIES DELMAS SAWYER PHONE 800 Cvrtijfrd fllarfax Lubrication R. C. VVOODLEY, Budget Rlanager 5:3 CI Compliments of THE FIRST AND CITIZENS NATIONAL BANK RIEMBERZ FEDERAL RESERVE BANK FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORP. Finanria! Hmdquartcrs Sinn' 1891 Conzplinzfnts of CRYSTAL ICE AND COAL CORPORATION ICE AND COAL PHONES 16 or 716 E Conzplinzfnts of ELIZABETH CITY ORANGE CRUSH BOTTLING COMPANY PEPSI-COLA ORANGE-CRUSH NU-GRAPE 201 XVESTOVER B FRISBY'S STUDIO "Photographs Live Forever" MINIATURES COPYING AND ENLARGING PORTRAITS COMMERCIAL AND OIL PAINTING Phone 213 202 Kramer Building HERFF-JONES CO., INC. tllanufacturing JEVVELERS AND STATIONERS FOR HIGH SCHOOLS AND COLLEGES 1411-1419 North Capitol Avenue Indianapolis, Ind. S. S. CAINIPEN, Representative EIJENTON, N. C. Compliments of BRIGGS BOWLING ALLEY L. L. Briggs, Jr., lNlIgr. HEALTH FUL RECREATION Keep Your Youthful Figure By B O VV L I N G Attractive Prices Daily -- PRIZES - VVeekly POINDEXTER STREET ELIZABETH CITY Compliments of ALBEMARLE BUILDING SL LOAN ASSN. "lfVe Help Folks Help Themselves" VV. BEN GOODWIN, Sery-Treas. VVe Sponsor and Promote Thrift and Home Ownership 503 E. IVIAIN ST. PHONE 312 U J R. C. ABBOTT CO., INC. JIINIPER AND RED CEDAR SHINGLES AND JUNIPER POSTS Garden Seeds of All Kinds Dealers in FERTILIZERS, SEED POTATOES, SEED PEAS, AND JOHN DEERE FARMING IMPLEMENTS I BIOTOROLA RADIOS SEAT COVERS ECONOMY AUTO SUPPLY P 613 E. lVIain St. : Phone 985 BICYCLES i TIRES GOODRICH BATTERIES ACCESSORIES F Use Our Friendly Credit Plan. 1 Ask for the Budget Dept. Cecil Reel Eddie Davenport D. M. JONES CO. NORTHROP . HARDWARE AND PAINT Elizabeth City North Carolina SPORT SHOP, INC. We Outft the Outstanding Teams 430 GRANBY ST. NORFOLK, VA. I- I I I- I- J L 1 H I- I' M NORFOLK COLLEGE of Businesy fldministration OFFERS COMPLETE COURSES IN: Business Administration-Higher Accountancy-Secretarial Science--Bookkeeping Stenography-Stenotypy-Salesmanship-Advertising-Radio EXPERT INSTRUCTORS. REGISTERED EMPLOYMENT BUREAU, WHICH PLACES ALL GRADUATES For fomplcte information, address M. G. JAMES, President, Norfolk, Va. THE SUNDRY SHOP CFamous for its Banana Splitsj CURB AND DELIVERY SERVICE PHONE 711 P I- I- If .L 'I' ,gif 4.74. a-Ti IVHALEY'S SHOPPE SANDVVICHES - FOUNTAIN SERVICE PHONE 933 PERRY MOTOR COMPANY INCORPORATED -?-IRL SALES fcHEyRQLETf SERVICE --:-l:,.'m-T .. TELEPHONE 221 Corner Elizabeth Sc Nlartin J. M. D. STEVENS, Zllgr. STEVENS TIRE STORE CAROLINA AMUSEMENT TIRES - FIRESTONE - TUBES CO INC ., . Brakes Tested and Repaired TITCS Rf-?Paired CAROLINA - ALKRAINIA - STATE Batteries and Battery Service AND GAIETY THEATRES Accessories, Gas, Oil and Grease PHONE 563 ELIZABETH CITY BRICK CO., INC. BUILDERS' SUPPLIES FACE AND COMMON BRICK FOR THE BEST IN HARDWARE - stag .. Phone: Plant 61-J and 100 CULPEPPER HARDWARE COMPANY VV. T. Culpepper, Jr., lVIgr. Phone 418 A' B' SL BARRELS AND BASKETS Elizabeth City, North Carolina Compliments of THE AUTO FOUNTAIN XVATCH REPAIRING Roger Shanrionhouse and jim Hill, 1NIgr. 109 S. Poindexter Elizabeth City VISIT A. RAY SAWYER CO. Uflzoleszzlf FEED AND GROCERIES Phone 185 110 N. VVater St. Elizabeth City, N. C. THE MAYFLOWER TAVERN For CIGARS - CIGARETTES - BEER SANDVVICHES AND FOUNTAIN DRINKS Prompt, Courteous Service PHONE 805 It Pays To Trade Here Compliments of GUARANTY BANK SL TRUST COMPANY ELIZABETH CITY, N. C. Capital and Surplus 33600000.00 flffmber A. P. BELANGIA GULF SERVICE STATION ELIZABETH 8 XV.-ITER STS. U ur Sperizlltivs VVASHING - LUBRICATING POLISHING FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORP. PHONE 424 Compliments of J. VV. SHANNONHOUSE Compliments of LOUIS SELIG SL SUN ESTABLISHED 1882 GRQCERIES Elizabeth Cityft Leading Jeweler PHONE 603 404 E. RIAIN ST. Conzplinzents of ANDERSON RADIO CO. W. J. Anderson, Nlgr. Compliments of THE APOTHECARY SHOP PHONE 400 Compliments of RUCKER SL SHEELY CO. Elizabeth Cityfv Best Store Conzjrliments of BRIGHT JEWELRY CO., INC. A. G. James, Iklgr. Elizabeth City, : North Carolina Conzpliments of CENTRAL CAFE Compliments of 5 M. B. SHEPHERD 1 Compliments of Compliments of ATLANTIC DISCOUNT ' CORPORATION ' 5 Is Bottled For Your Protection , P PHONE 1123 Every Bottle Sterilized Compliments of r , I- Complzments of 1 ESSO SERVICENTER ' FARMERS SUPPLY CO. Lester Spruill, Mgr. I- 1 -g r I I' I 1 5 4 GULF SERVICE STATION THE CITY DAIRY I I F IVIAIN 84 ROAD STREETS GRADE HAH RAW MILK 4 PHONE 454 P T. B. and Abortion Tested "Floating Body Lubrication" Located On Body Road at Samples VVASHING - POLISHING - TIRES 1 Dairy Farms E ACCESSORIES I' PHONE O41-XV R. O. Henderson, Mgr. A. L. Heath T. VV. Fearing 'I Compliments of Compliments of 1 GARRETT HARDWARE VIRGINIA DARE HOTEL COIVIPANY AND COFFEE SHOP "The Hardware Hustlersu Carolinafs Smartest PHONES 970 - 971 ELIZABETH CITY, N. C. P I- I- fI0Illf7Zillll'Ilf.S' of E. S. CHESSON SL SON DEPARTMENT STORE Elizabeth City : North Carolina Cj0lIlf7liNl6'I1f5 of SAXVYER COIXIPANY QL'.ALITY SHOP FOR RIEN IJ0lllf7HlIlt'llfK of YV. C. NIORSE, -IR. Complinzenls of AYDLETT PRODUCTS COMPANY Illanufarturers of BEST FOOD PRODUCTS C0lIlf7fIlllFIZfJ' of fJOlllfJfiIllFlZf.S' of LOVE BROS. SAWYIER REALTY Q Exe HANGE BEEF, TXILTTON, POIITRY, PORK, If.Tc. ji CUFF SAWYER "J 1101110 For All Tim! C1111 At Phone 79 our Offiun, Conzplinzents of D. VVALTER HARRIS Conzplilnents of DR. H. A. THORSON CHIROPRACTOR IJOIIIPZIIIIFYZU' of WILSON SANDERS f?0ll1fTliN1f'7lf.Y 0 ALBERT T. KRAMER Cl0llIflHllll'71f.Y of PETER PAN CLEANERS Conzplinzfnts of G. R. LITTLE FIRE AND AUTO INSURANCE Phone 55 338 Carolina Bldg KEYS Al.-KDE FOR ,ANY LOCK GRIFFIN BICYCLE SI-IOP 416 E. Colonial Ave. Cozzzplinzents of GEORGE SPENCE f,l0lllfJfilIlUIlf.Y of M C C O Y ' S STICXVART-VVARNIQR REFRIOERATORS AND R,fxDIOs XVESTINGHOUSE REIfRIOER.xTORs AND STOVES f10lI1fJliIl1l'l1f.S' of JOHN IXICIXIIILLAN f C0lllfJ!illlL'HfS of ODIS VV. BLTNDY fj0lllf7HlI1f'llf.V of GEO. A. CUX Taiforizzg - Rvpairing - 11fff'fIlfi0l1S Va. Dare Arcade Elizabeth City, N. C Conzfvlinzrnts of 31CLELLAN'S fj01lIfJ!iNIt'IZfJ of HENRY LEROY Complinzents of P. VV. NTELICK CQ. C'0l1lf5H1IlU7lf5 of DV DLEYS GROCERY PI-IONE 486 COLONIAL AVE Conzjrfinzwzts of OVERMAN-STEVENSON F f,'rmlf1fi111l'111'.I' of O. B. XVEST SL CU. lll'Ildf1llIl7'fl'l'.i' For CH I I.DRPIN'S XVEAR Colnjilinzvnts of H If R D L E S BEAUTIFUL CLOTHES FOR XVOAIEN AT REASONABLE PRICES f,'on1llfiuII'11I.v of ALBENIARLE LAVNDRY Conzfllinzrrzts of MERCHANTS MOTOR EXPRESS L. D. XVALDORF Colfzjllizzzvfzfs To SENIOR CLASS OF 1933 SAVVYER - HARRIS "Thr, Frivndfy Storvn 6'0lIlf71illll'71f.S' of P IW. G. MORRISETTE CO. Conzplftf Home Furnishings I NIAIN STREET ELIZABETH CITY I- Co111fJfin1w1ty of FOVVLER COMPANY 1 Cornplilzzfnts of JOHN H. HALL Cl fJOIlIf7lill1l'I1fS of C. M. JONES Compliments of N. ELTON AYDLETT Compliments of WHITEHURST CLEANING WORKS Enoch "Nuck" Sanderlin PHONE 376 Compliments of ANNA-LU FLORIST "Flowers for All Occasions" Compliments of G. M. WILLIAMS LADIES, READY-To-WEAR Compliments of IVI I L D R E D I S Compliments of CARRIE LEE'S BEAUTY SHOPPE Compliments of L. W. MIDGETTE Compliments of PRITCHARD SL DAVIS FRESH MEATS HoNEs 25 - 305 POINDEXTER ST Compliments of G. L. OVERTON Compliments of NEHI BOTTLING WORKS P. E. VValdrop, Prop. Compliments of Compliments of SEELEY'S SERVICE CAROLINA DUCO CO. STATION E. J. Lambert, Nlgr. Compliments of I C E C R E A IVI ELIZABETH CITY PRODUCE SERVICE ASSN. Compliments of JONES 6: TEMPLE HUNNY-DA ICE CREAM SHOP Anywhere - Any Kind - Any Amount Any Design 103 E. MAIN ST. PHONE 725 George Hunsucker and Fred G. Davis, Proprietors OUR BEST WISHES and HEARTIEST CONGRATULATIONS to the SENIOR CLASS Of l 9 3 8 0 PELL PAPER BOX COMPANY INCORPORATED ELIZABETH CITY T lzzlr Annual "Prz?zted by Pell' AUTCGR APHS AUTOGRAPHS ,J ' 4 ,1- 14 wr :Ur r r -4. .f ' :mmm 21-4 ,, 4 V SF Ax ,ZA :W , wa, ' . - ,' T. A- M 7 iff.. ,, Jfn, r 'aff - f:-1 1 E. X49 Phu' -Q I fv, 1 X .T ' . ' x ,-,Y , ,U in - N5 . ' n , 4 , . 3 2, w ' ., , fl' x Q x.. ' V , . , a 3-12, ' 5, - ,N , X' .' rv.. . 'S 4 1 f- , fd ' , I-, LU ?.H1 ',:,,fA..' ,Q Lf " gfrfyt-UZW T10 JN' 'flfn-if ' ' , 'X X tl' "4 -x N mm jjj 145' 9071 . , F . Aj 'VH . ' 1, 'g"H1,g A , 9 ' 'Lv '. A ' .. ,,m' ' " L ,z 4 4 ,GQ 351' . , ji- u 1., HQ , , W Ax.. 1 ,pvfv ' ' ,x X, A 5 ., K. . -. Im, R ' -. ,JSE , V. ' :M w ...ug - xy ' J rw 'ul , . 'w "'x dugg" 3 'gg I-' .,:.,,' -.. 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