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

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PAULINE MOE CLINKSCALES Whose excellence as a teacher has created in the minds and hearts of her students an appreciative understanding of the American way of life and Whose classes are a constant reflection of the infinite Variety of her per- sonality, this twenty-third volume of the Spotlight is affectionately dedicated. FOREWORD Using as our theme the United States Navy because of its glorious role in past and current history and because of its association with our river town and our dedicatee, we have attempted with camera, brush, and pen to record in out- ward form the spirit of happy fellow- ship, good sportsmanship, and achieve- ment ever present in a four-year period at Elizabeth City High School. n f' f MM J' JV , J! V li YI' i I 7 l . .JW COMMANDING OFFICERS ' x PAUI. A. REID A.B.. M.A., University of North Carolina J. G. MCCRACKEN B.A., VVake Forest I4 A.. University of North Carolina .v. MARTHA JEANNE ARMSTRONG ILS., W'oman'S College of the University of North Carolina IZUGENIA BOYD A.B., Elon College VERA xIilNNINGS BROWDER A.IS., East Carolina Teachers College ELIZABETH P. CHAPPELIJ B.S.H.E., Woman's College of the University of North Carolina BERTHA COOPER AJS., East Carolina Teachers I College Ig MARTHA CROMARTIE lil A.B., Brenau X M.A., University of Georgia I GENE GORMAN ,IOSIE I-IARDING BS., Woman's College of the University of North Carolina ANNABEI,I.E H. I-IIGHFILL AB., Meredith College M.A., University of North Carolina HARVEY B. JOHNSON A.B., Duke University P. R. LITTLE B.S., University of Maryland ESTELLE MCCLEES A.B., Eastern Carolina Teachers Coll e emi is wav, ELIZA ETH NASH A.B., Meredith College MARY I.. OWENS A.B., Williani and Mary REBECCA WEBB A.B., Wake Forest College JEAN SMITH WHITE B.S., Pennsylvania State Teachers , College Pidilrrx N01 Sbouw: l'lI,iZXIIETl'I KRAMER BOWDEN A.Pm., Dulce University PAULINE MOE CLINKSCALES B.S., Wisconsin State Teachers College B ,1 2 fnffywuxx fx f Ni Cx, la UHUVHW HRW ,W Y JW! U f fx 'U MAJ ff R .VJ VI , ' Q ' f J Q!! j' ma 1 gf fx A T SW M' ff SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS Presiflcnf ,,SS..... NINA LANE Vice'-P1'c'sia'c1zfT. SSSS S BETTY GRIFFIN SCT1'C'fHl'y,, .,A,S,,S .S HCSAROL AIRMSTIKONG Tl'FUSIll'F7' 7S....., SSS, S .BLARTHA KANIISIS .LNYI , lg JLANNINE KIUHNSON MARY FRANCIS BOXVDEN ' giiiin ,f T- -f ff , ,rgq ,ltd Z 5.4 1 '. fl 1 Wvvmg WILLIAM DOUGLAS ALEXANDER "Lei us have uxirzc' and zvomen, mirlb and laugbferg svrzlzolzx and soda- walcr the day after." Football 2, 3, 4g Basketball 2, 3, 4g Monogram Club 3, 4. MARJORIE 'IERETHA ANGE "Kindness is rirfue ilselff' Loudspeaker 45 Service Club 4. GEORGE ALTON ARMSTRONG "lVby 511014111 I worry?" Student Council 15 Marshall 3. ik ZW f 1 QQ W +'e"l 43 l 1: l 2' ..Ze..,3.. S 1-.34 fm 64" qgwi sr! lar! 5 ' Nlll.lJRl D CAROL ARMSTRONG but In lu' co1n11rvn'J." Band l, 2, 3, 41 Student Council 43 Glue Club 4: Beta Club 45 Loud- speaker 3g Spotlight 4. ROY RUSSELL ARMSTRONG "No man is happy ufbo Joes not flainfc liinzxvlf so." Hi-Y Club 4. SHERWOOD C. ARMSTRONG "Lvl us lmzfc pvuvvf' Hi-Y Club 4. HllU01lIt'lI liku no! only to vorzqzwr, ELMO BAKER "Thai ix 115 zrell 115 if I bmi mid if IIIJ'Sl'1f.H Football 3, 41 Monogram Club 4g Baseball 3g Loudspeaker 4. ROSE MARIE Bmxco "Do you kuou' I tllll 11 Zl'0llIllll? XVbr'11 I fbilzk-I llIIlXf xj11'z1fz!" Dramatics Club 3, 45 Cheerleader 4g Loudspeaker 3, 45 Spotlight 4. DELTON BAUM, ju. "No 1111111 fllll III' 11 1111f1'iol 011 1111 1'111pf-31 .tl0111111'b." . , Football 1, 43 Monogram Club 4. yf, N iw 1 NN xwcb 'Nagy S 5 1, ik NIADELYN BEATTY "A horse! A horse! My kingdom for tl l70l'Xl'.lU MW Ov . M ' 1 X LUCY ELSIE BRAY "She is l3l'l'l' LI good .1 rl, and ll Irue f1'if'1111." I lf' Glee Club 4. l jjf K ,rd I 1. ,ff 4 ' ,W l ll A' IL!! 11 ll KATHLEEN A. BRIGHT "SfJ1".x all 111,31 fzlllljl fraillfml her." Band I, 2, 3, 4g President 4g Orches- tra 2, 3, 4g Librarian 33 Spotlight 3: Softball 3. LOUISE BRIOIIT f"A flixb fl! for lbc gmltf' Flag Bearer l, 2g Majorctte 3, 4g Softball 3g President Red Cross Club 4g Glee Club 4. WILLIAM TRAPTON BRIGHT "Rr'sixf fbi' zlmfil ami bc' will flm from you." Student Council lg Football 3, 4 Monogram Club 4. VINSTON VERNON BRICK Housn "lt Il0t'SII,f pay to zuorryg fbingx Im' 110111111 io happen a11yzuuy." Weeksville High I, 2, 3g Football 45 Basketball 4g Monogram Club 4. ff' ns KQV? 'lr I wax Q12 dh A 1 ,fl g f .4- I .1 I A I T,llMf-I fy ll X 9 B I - . IW ff yff A Ly! V YJ If I , 15' K fl J I, .LH , 'jf' J ,gf I ,V ,- , I , A9 ff f jjff JU! .flu I SARAIIJJO BRYAN I luI1,qb1'If, Ifnzlvml, I1r11g,", Art Club 4. SHIRLEY MAXINE CADDY "Song of flzrzzxb IIL',L'l' fqmrlezl' fbis lligfifillgfllrf' Loudspeaker 34 Basketball 3, 4g Plmotogrnplmy Club 45 Cvlec Club 4. GLLN HAROLD CARLIN "C0l1fl'7If,X a kingflom, mul I wnzr fha! l'!'0ZL'lI.U Football 3, 4. HLllIflJlllkfl1,Lf, ifllr-, Ilflltl, mul J'0IlllgQ JOHN L. CARR "Lvl any 1111111 Apvuk long f'11011gl1 111111 lu' will gvl l1vl1t'1'i'1'x." Ihsketball 3, 43 Football 3, 4. -IOHN WIISON CZIIAMBLRS, ju. "Good lJ11111or ix llav l1ralfl1 of Ibm' Vllll.n Basketball 33 Football 43 Monogram Club 4. Rov OTIS Cmlssox "Mtv 111115' form' 111111 111v11 111115' go, lm! I go 011 ffH'l'l't'l'.H Band l, 2, 3, 43 Orchestra 4. - - l ..g'. .-,A K .4 ' J 2 V -'fl xl if F D Xxx 1 I JA! of ' tl WA I, x A -'X 'X , I . L . T I 1 'la X I- , . Jil 1 T fy! L Ll' N A! 1 ,Xl V7.2 fy v V R' ij, E fl 1 E S 4 i ' fy ff f l Wiafru FENTON CHORY "I low a jo0l's rapcrimvntsg 1,711 llllllll-YS 111al2,i11g flJC'IlI.U Football 4, S, 6g Athletic Club 65 journalism ig Monogram Club S, 65 Basketball 2, 3g Safety Patrol 1, 2, 3. -IAMYS EUGINL COLLILR "Lvl lbv u'o1'l1l xliflrg wr tha!! lIl'I'l'f ln' yo1111gc'1'." Patriotic Club 4. limi RALD GRAY COPIQLAND "I,if1' ix 1101 lift- all uzilboul :lv- liglwlf' Alunior Red Cross Club 4. THOMAS DUKE COWELL, jk. "He lives and 111011111 Jie for 11111xi1'." Band 1, 2, 3, 4g Photography Club 4: Orchestra 3, 4. Ervin PAULINE CREIQKMORIZ "BF silrnl 111111 x11f1'-x111'11f1' Ill'I'I'7' bvlrnys youf, Art Club 4. REGINALD CUTHR121.L "Ab low, lvl IIS bf fl'IlF I0 om' 1111- 0fL1'r!" Student Counc.l 3. 4758 in 1990 Tl!!-YH 111 Rulilvr DAVPNPORT "No 11111111 1111111 111 all ilu' ki11g1lo11z 1u11l1l 1111 fUIlII1l.H Band 2, 3, 4g Football 43 Monogram Club 4. f ,ipof ,f 7 if RODIQRICK EARL DAWSON "Lif1"l 1'111'1' ufvll run, I.if1',K work well 110111'.,' Maury High, Norfolkg McKinley High, Washingtong Band 4. CAROLYN W. D14 KENS "I-I1'1' l'f'I'j' froufm are fzzirw' far, 1111111 v11z1l1's of 111111131 11111i11'c'11x fIl'l'.,7 Majorette 2. 3, 4, ig Glee Club 2, 31, S, 1. 7 if jf L if 4 f ' 1, 1 1 5407 X hx 'ft' ' 1574 l 11 CLILZL4, ' -ZQBX.-ZX-jf IACQUl:LINE GOODWIN IZMLKY "GN Ibex' bvfaiuil mv, Sclfcllhu Band 1, 2, 3, 45 Softball Z. MARY ELEANOR EWALU "You gnu' me flu' kay io your bmzrf my 10 1 'eg fbl'!I zvfay M0 3'0 ur llltlkt' mt' knock?" "Oh ffm! um J'l'Sfl"l'llllj': sniulx tll70l't', lm! nigh! I L'!JzIl7gL'll flu' fovkf' ' Student Council 1, 5g Beta Club 45 Dramatics, Club 35 Spotlight 4g Marshwlf 3, ff X l ij ,- X . AJ - I . I x J j 1 ffl 1, l 'R 'ARVILLA FUKRELL "A xigbl fo Jrligbf ill." Girls' Reserve 4. N TSS? ,Q W'-1, K my vga A NX -xx s XJ -.,, jixiuns Gimi-mm FORLMAN "I nm 1101! llfgllfllg zrilb you - I 11111 lrlfillg you." Cheerleader 2, 33 President Class 35 Safety Patrol 3, 4g Dramatics Club 33 Baseball 3, 4g Glce Club 1, 43 Marshall 3. JOHN Roimuv FOREMAN "Ml1.xIr' and u'0111t'11 I rznllzof bill gin' Il'1lj' lo, wlmfz'z'c'r my bzlxilwss ix." Glcc Club 4. DORIS ADELLE FRISBY "A smile like fbr' sun afler dreary days of rain." Majorcttc 2, 3, 4g Dramatics Club 3, 4g Loudspeaker 3, 4g Class Prophet 4. WORTH B. GREGORY, JR. "Most women hare' 110 vburarfcr ul all." Band 1, 2, 3, 4g Orchestra 2, 3, 4g Student Council 35 Photography Club 45 Beta Club 4. BETTY HUGHES GRIFFIN "C11te11c'xs 5007115 a par! of u'isalom." Band 1, 2, 3, 43 Glee Club 2, lg Art Club Z5 Student Council 2, 35 Loudspeaker 35 Beta Club 35 Presi- dent 4g Vice President Class 45 Spot- light 4. JANE VIRGINIA GRIFFIN "lVhy arenlt they all ronfenlwl like me?" I Secretary Class 2g Pjl'Jell'ldent Dra- matics Club 35 Cheerleader 49 Spot- light 4. y p X li 5" , I ' NN X10 l ' If ll i I l I I l. -K . fllfj J ll I iii' W ea 44.101 'f 4' 1-fir! 'k'Rii1"2 - 'f 1 if .. ...T 5 ' 2.- V RIcII,xRIJ CfXR1.'ION HARRIS "I will Iif lllllfll uozr, buf flu' film will mlm' ll'lH'lI you will lwar from -- mr. Football 3. SOFIIIA LIQLMI HARRIS "A goml bmrfx Ic'0r'lfJ galil." Art Club 4. LLOYD HOI-KFLER "Ezun flu' ZL'0lAf!JJ' Homer 501110- fimes nods." ETTA FRANCES Hoom' it 01'iOl't'Il10Nf .f0l'l'l'l'V 111 ilu' mnki of fun." Glee Club 2, 4g Softball 23 Cheer- leader 33 Treasurer Dramaties Club 43 Basketball 3, 45 Flag Bearer 3, 41 Spotlight 41 Beta Club 4g Marshall 3. W11,1.1A:t1 CHARIES HOUGHTON "Au all VOIHIII gooil fellow." Rocky Mount High 1, 25 Woodrow' Wilson High 3, 4g Student Council 1, 2, 3, 43 President Hi-Y Club 4x Debating Club lg journalism 3: Photography Club 4. NIARVIN HURDLI1, JR. "I lluri' ilo all Ilml llltljf l74'l'0llll' 41 1111111." Photography Club 4. B Nik X 'xxx M219 . MX si ,N N ex i ii'QXK'k NIELVIN JACKSON "Hr uw u goorl 1111111 aml a jutl Tennis Club 2. NINA BELLE jfxmus Lilllu will If .iooucxl IllL'l7t1l'll Girls' Reserve 4. KATHRYN A. JENKINS- "Bo1'11 zvifb 11 gif! of lnughffr llllll ll M'Il.Yt' lbal lln' world is 111:ul." Girls' Reserve 4g Beta Club 4 Cheerleader 4g Loudspeaker 4 journalism 4g Marshall 3. 1 g lfvlvf J vi s!Z!.x!1nZ1 I I - P- , - 1 .lexus MQ, Q ,ff f , ' I ff QVL,if:fi fin MARY EDITH JENNINGS "Sober, sfeadfns! arm' dw11ure." Dramatics Club 33 Beta Club 43 junior Red Cross 4. MARTHA ANDREA KAMBIS "At whose u'orn's all ears took arfivef' Basketball 1, 2, 3, 43 Student Coun- cil l, 2, 3, 4g Loudspeaker 2, 43 Treasurer Class 3, 43 Art Club 23 Dramatics Club 3g Flag Bearer 43 Beta Club 3, 4g Spotlight 4. ' ,I CASPER GARRETT LAMB "This bold, bad man." Vice President Dramatics Club 43 Band 1, 2, 3, 4g Photography Club 1, 23 Chemistry Club 33 Hi-Y Club 2, 3g Librarian 4. -W, rm Inn-Vg -Iosxmfl Llxusm' LAMB, ju. "No lrgtlrj is in riff: at lm11r'xfj." Basketball l: Clee Club 4. NINA GRACE LANE HANVUIIL' know frvr buf lo lou' fur, rmm' IILIIIIL' bw' l7Ilf fo pnzixtf' Band 2, 3, 43 Loudspeaker 43 Edi- tor-in-ehief Spotlight 4g Student Council 1, 3, 43 Basketball 2, 3, 43 Class President 4g Marshall, chief, 33 Journalism 4. JACK DEANE LIVERMAN "A mimi vqzml 10 any 1H1L1,l.'l'fLIkil1g tba! be puts it along side of." Basketball 23 Beta Club 4: Hi-Y Club 4. lVlARY ELIZABETH LIARR Hslllflt' nm! Ihr u'orlJ smilvx willy ,mug my and ifll laugh al gon." Dramatics Club 3, 4g Glec Club 4g Art Club 2. W ,f CARLTON T. NIARSH "LN vrvry mnu nziml lm ou I1 Inm- mms." Football 3, 4g Monogram Club 44 Baseball 3. JAQQULLYN BROWN NLASTON "A mf! !1l1X1L'l'l' fIll'llUfl7 IIILYIAT u'n1lb." Dramatics Club 35 Bet? fb 45 junior Red Cross ' ' Cl.Ss- torian 4. ' f ofa, ry 1' ,J ' O ' ff 7 . N f -ff T C A-.QQ Xxx 0 LAWRENCE MEERINS "I am 1101 ill fha role of rommon nmu, Band I, Z, 3, 4g Orchestra 3, 4g Basketball 3. DA NA CAROLX'N MEIGGS "High 1'r'a'f'lwl lbougbis sealed in flu' fJvm'l of z'o11l'lrxy." Dramatics Club 43 Glee Club 4. NIARION NIELSON "It umlfvrx noi bow long we live, but bouzv Dramatics Club 4. VIRGINIA BI,I.I. MIDYIZTTIE "Anil I l'lJ1lfff'l', rfJIn'lI'r, rfmflel' ui I go." Patriotic Club 4. CI-IARLILS ANDRLW MIl.I.I-QR "Wbaf iv lvfl 'lL'bl'II honor is limi?" Football 2, 4g Monogram Club 4. SIGSBIEI3 MII.I.I:R "None llllf bimsrlf fan ln' lm parallel." Chief Marshall 3g Beta Club 3g Vice President 4, Editor-in-Chief Loudspeaker 4g Spotlight 4g journ- alism 4. gr Km " 51.110 , 5. 4 Q A , Sammi 5" F' I if x5 - , I "" ' :I if li 'v E J: K3 ,F nun" ' lS.fiIaImRA LOUISE MOIKGAN "She is lzvuufiful, fn 111' ll'00L"4lQ 411111 ll u'0II1:1I1, fo ln' wolf." Student Council 1, Z3 Glee Club l, 2, 3, 4g Draniiitics Club 3, 45 Beta Club 45 Loudspeaker 33 Marshall 3. ?vIfxIug.aIzEI' IZUNILE NI1WBERN "Her Lulu' um l'l'C'I' guzzlle, xoff, uuif lnuf' Girls' Reserve 4. FMII IE VIRGINIA OwIiNs "l'I I4'lrl:4'Il," milf lfn' imp Jewilisbly. Basketball 1, 2, 3, 45 Band l, 2, 3, 43 President Girls' Reserve 4. Rmsi ivi' Muuum Pixxxi, "I,ifi' is il jeff ilfltl fill lfriugx xflou il." Band l, 2, 3, 4: Basketball 1. X I ' if Q jfs! , S JP? YT ml D DOROTHY Di ww' Ikiam' "Vin 110 mzgvlf' Student Council Ig Drarnatics Club. President 43 Glee Club 41 Beta Club 3: Marshall 33 Class Historian 43 Art Club 2. IDOROTHY josiiviiim- POTTLR "Low, fbi' xfziu' of lift." Swimming Association l, 2, 3g Stu- dent Council 1, 2: Giizlclsburo High 1, 2, 34 Dramatics Club 3, 4. Q, 2. 5 X 1 X 'Xvxxx B232 'hs S Q ' nj? - . CIIARLIQS Rum "Hr rompivrs who xticlzx in the KIIKIIIIIZH Basketball 33 Hi-Y Club 4. JOSEPH EDWARIJ Rnouus "ll ix goml fo liw and learn." Baseball 3. Li si ii, Ii. Riiouias "Ile-u'l2o fiom flat' mmf good is flu' KLfV'l'dfl'Xl man." Football 43 Basketball 4g Baseball 4. MILES DAVIS RHODFS "Nf'iIher will I nnzlze mywlf any- bor1y's luugbing Work." I-Ii-Y Club 4. MARJORIE LOUISE RIGGS "Musk is ilu' thing of Ibm' worlil tba! I love mmf." Glee Club lg Loudspeaker 2, 3g Band 3, 4g Librarian 4g Orchestra 4. BIQTTIE LUQILLE SAWYLR "I .fuzz 30 in zlc'nmm1'g wbul nm il be?" Student Council lg Loudspeaker 4g Dramatics Club 3, 45 journalism 45 Shop 4. J ha tl + ,6 ' Q00 1ii9!,l'1 PIIIJPZ' mx 13" , ,mag A NI,-uw l'll,lZABl,Tll SANYYIR HSIIUIIKT fn in :lx I'l'll'tll'll.H Girls' Reserve 4. EULA MAE SMITH "Niall-y txfjllfllllllg wuyf 110171 S199 j211uer.x." Flag Bearer 4. 1 , .jfl , . 1 -V X, f 1 W 1 f I I ,I .J. 'J Gnoimla MII.TON SMITII Hcilllllt' alll, my lord, if ix ll world of fuulff' Baseball 3, 49 Football 3, 4g Beta Club 4g Hi-Y Club 4. Basketball 1, 3, 4 Student Council 4 Monogram Club 4 EDNA FRANK ISS STA1-1-oRD "I lmzr lr'u1'11l'll in Il'bL1fX0l'l'L'I' slulz' I um, lbvrvzzfifll I0 ln' L'0lIfL'IIf.u Loudspeaker 4: Girls' Reserve 4g Journalism 4. MAUD lRl1NIf STANLLY "A frivmf I0 z'z'w"yo11L"' Glee Club. MARY FRANCES TILLLT "I sau' mul larval." Band 1, 2, 3g Secretary Class 24 Dramatics Club 33 Student Council 45 Orchestra 2, 35 Glee Club 3, 45 Loudspeaker 43 journalism 4. I , NK . A . is .x SK- JN.: 3 . my 4 QAQJQ Rfk J s LAURA GORDON STEPHLNS "A Cfllllftlllf fricml ix a lbing rare aml bard lo find." Wliitakers High I, Z5 Dramatics Club 34 Vice-President Class 3g Band 3, 4g Beta Club 45 Student Council 4. Arr Club 4. RAY TuoMPsoN "Nr'z'r was nn nlblclf so slroug, so manly." Football 4, S: Athletic Club 4, Sq Basketball 45 Baseball 4. SARA ELLLN TOLLR "Ilr'n' it a :fear ,mil irzm indus- fI'iflllX wif." Library Assistant 45 Beta Club 43 Junior Red Cross Club 4. GEORGIA RosALIL TURNER "She knew noi ber ozwi xweef way." junior Red Cross Club 4. ROY ROBERT TURNER, JR. "A clear eonxeienre is a sure enrzlf' Basketball 35 Hi-Y Club 4. ALICE JEA N TWIDDY "Ivan, like all good women, bas u temper all ber 0w11."' Band l, 2, 3, 4g Loudspeaker 3. l nuff N ff ruff U. R ...ff R' lt - sw-. .mmm Vie le Af 5. f 'Y X ' .. Ill 5,1 , Q , s 3 ' 5,43 L Russ!-LL lf. TWIFORD "Thr lm' of ffm' brain Ilt'l't'V Cllflfll u ln1ir." Vice President Class I, 2, 35 Safety Patrol 3, 44 Glce Club 4g President Student Body 43 Band 3, 43 Flag Bearer l, 2. jon ETHERIDGI' UPTON "I um going flat' uzzy of all flexlaf' Football Y, 6g Basketball S, 63 Base- ball S, 63 Monogram Club 6. 1 f I I ' 1 I 1 MARY' LOUISE WARREN "Though sfae be buf fiffle, sbs' is ffr'rz'e.,' Beta Club 43 Junior Red Cross Club 4. fi X , x""lS',v 'I , .M f I , V f A I ,-1' l J!! jot !L J X ,N-J-I X -J' ' f ie- .. . f, 1 I l ff . fl J". ', " ,5,,f EUGE NE OSCAR WEBSTER "Thr brazl' IlexvI'z'c' flu' lowly- Ewry 1I'0111m1 Hlzlj' br wolf." Lexington High 1, 25 Cheerleader 45 Football 3, 45 Baseball 45 Basket- ball 3, 45 Monogram Club 45 Safety Patrol 3, 45 Student Council 3, 45 Athletic Club 4. JAMES WHITE "Karp cool: if will all be over ll blnnliwl jmzrx l1m1ce." NIATTHEXV QIUDSON WIIITE "Lvl xlfvflilzg Ilogs Inf." Band 3, 45 Orchestra 3, 45 Student Council 45 Photography Club 4. FRANKLIN JOSEPH WILLIAMS "l'nz a 'wry humble person." Football l, 25 Monogram Club 25 Glee Club 4 At letic Club 4 f60 UmoE HEIISEY joHNSoN WILLIAMS "Measure noi a man by bis rlaiure- Remember Napoleon was L1 small man." Band l, 2, 3, 45 Glee Club 1, 45 Safety Patrol 45 Student Council 45 Spotlight 45 Orchestra 3. ISAAC LINXVOOD WILLIAMS, JR. "Yon look u'isr'-jnray corrrcf that error." Football 35 Monogram Club 45 Athletic Club 4. 5 Q 5 di W aytlf' v VIRGINIA WILSO 442 Q "Love is u brazzlifltl Ilream. LK Glee Club 1, 2, 45 Student Council 35 Beta Club 45 Art Club 25 Dra- matics Club 3, 45 Secretary 45 Loudspeaker 3. I --,,.,-. ,',f"Tff..' K I ,Al 252' ' ,l"i4'5 A ' if, V H A y 1 ,A if ' ' 'xi 2 ' J V ' V' 1, , 4.92 ' Q., A A A 1- -I A, f ,W 49 -iff . A ' 'A A ' -iff wi MA .A -N.-,,,, A A A A. A ' f-A' My A '-W -A - " A A ' - ' f' A ,sm .A ,mg inrV,f 3 U, Af 4 .31 A. "f A . -A Q K ,J 3 ,Mag '- f A ' f A f A -. , ii ' V A all A 1 If !A.,m 1 1 , L ...LEA wfisaf ,A - ixffifiwi 'Wiz ' " - f- ff'f'ff". "V 'lil 'A 'A' fl. X' " 1 nf. A gf A A., X krn.,,,m,,-M , I F 3 Af, Aw- 3g,f5g2A1f 2 V V AQ :A-1.13, A 1 V in 1 A AA 'W f ig-'3'guf1'g,Afw H125 Af ' ., X I ' lKS.A?mstf'lr'L,J?'tLiiQ X ' A A ip 'V fy . A A 5 f . ,255 fp'-gf aim A' .4 ' Ziyi f - f A, ' A fl--9. 5Gxi:iAg::As,2:A-1. -A 'fb - 2 ' fA- A A AA ,- 3 AAA A .kRgf'3'4i.ff fgf"',3'x1f,:5aW'1 V ' 1 ' ' 'HI A ' .f- f A' A- A-gfw-,Ap 'A ,91A,zg'gv-1. fff, ,m .I 1 kg, tx, A ' ,.. A, -A Qu. A Kg, fa? 'Xe Kff'fi:12i,f!,Qn wg? A " A. 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Vu rf President Scfrrcfary A,,,,,, Treasurer rr........,..rrr., Sergeant-Af-Arms r.,,,, Bowden Faye Bateman Audrey Beals Doris Cartwright Louise Cartwright Margie Everton Annie Mae Gregory Ann Jennings Carolyn Meekins jean Springer june Springer Mavis Stallings Betty Ringwald Harold Brickhouse Alfred Sawyer Floyd Steele Henry Thornton Thomas Thompson Hfghfzzz Florence Burgess Peggy Chesson Glennor Culpepper Audrey Dawson -losephine Hanna Carolyn Hill Wilma Dean Holt Hilda Jennings .,. -, gs, T ' I ff X X If l fzebfjdgfis, y CLASS OF '44 Ida irances Liskey Sybil Liverman Claire Love Mary Frances McPherson Marian Meads jean F. Outlaw Nada Doris Doris Alma Pugh Phelps Sample Ward Isabelle Whaley Madge Williams Millicent Williams Etta Belote Marion Ambrose Tommy Barnes DeLon Davenport Morgan Evans NVilton Gard Calvin Hill Douglas Holmes Hazel Smith jackson Calvin Kirby Gibbs Liverman William Melson Walter Ryan Raymond Sheely Thomas Tillett Andrew Toxey .D ,cf iQL,.f7vs.. .Q,,,,N . I 1 X 1 , RAYMOND SHEELY CAROLYN MEEKINS WILMA DEAN HOLT MARY FRANCES MCPHERSON DELON DAVENPORT Marion Tuttle Leslie Waldorf Elliott Ward Bill White Mc'C1ees Evelyn Askew Mary Lucille Alcox Audrey Brickhouse Elizabeth Cooper Shirley jackson Colleen Newell Bessie Mae Parker Roberta Paris Naomi Pugh . Nina Sawyer june Tarkington Frances Twiford Marthann Wingate Edward Albertson Shelton Alexander Thomas Bailey Dennis Basnight Ralph Blades Raymond Fearing Robert Madrin Erving Perry Tommy Robbins at., 'V it PT fm! SEQRES' a15,7,,fflf7'Qy pjjjf me --,Y wk 1 + ' X Aff IJ. I , X v . X -,- ' 'L 1 E E. E E ,. ' 'WG CLASS OF ,45 President .,,,,,,,,,.. v . ,.. B ILLY w7OODI.EY Vice-President ,,,,, ., ., .,-,,, E ALBERT KONRAD Secretary ,,,,,,,,.... ,,..., K ATHKYN ALEXANDER Treasurer 4....E ....,. S L G. B. RANDOLPH Browder Ernestine Meads Iva Faith Simons Norma Creekmore Marjorie Meads Rosemary Smith Barbara Crawford Joe Cox Melvin O'Neal Phyllis Spencer Carolyn Culpepper Myra Dixon Alton Daugh Ishmael Daugh Ray Dozier Elvie Harris Barbara Hettrick Burnell Heath Evelyn Hickman Elwood Hill Faye Hodges Jean Hogar Helen Hollowell jean Horton jack Horton Margaret James Winifred jones Dewy jordan George Kirkwood Anna Lamb Milford Lamb William Lamb Stanley Leary Barbara Liverman Calvin Long Claudia Long Branch McDaniel Camilla McPherson Thomas Manning Beverly Markham Helen Markham Shirley Marsh Wayne Massey Eva Mae Pope Audrey Stone Mary Winslow Geraldine Winslow Virginia Wood Bill Woodley Fleetwood Wright Ernest Lee Wright Selma Topping Cooper Carrie Lee Barnard Roselyn Bundy Sarah Louise Garrett Billy Meiggs jennie Lou Newbold Laura O'Neal Olive Jean Owens Athene Paulos Edna Palmer jean Parker Nancy Ross Pendleton julia Perry Carolyn Pritchard Ruth Provo Carolyn Raulfs Edna Sawyer Elizabeth Sawyer Hilda Sawyer Clevie Scaff Carolyn Scott Rosalie Taylor Charlotte Thurecht Blanche Warren Robert Chaifer Billy Hales Ray Hayman Bobby Hopkins Eddie Owens Charles Palmer Billy Pinner Linwood Price Marvin Prosser G. B. Randolph Elmer Raper Howard Roughton Horace Sawyer Norman Sawyer George Spence Bobby Swain Leo Sweatte Dwight Sylvester John Turtle G. T. Woolard Harding Katherine Alexander Evangeline Aydlett Virginia Bray Mildred Brickhouse Frances Brock Ruby Brooks Mary Louise Daniels Doris Griffin Gene Harris Carolyn Hayman Ruth Henderson Barbara McIntyre Ruby Midget: Rachel Riddick jasmine Rohanna Hilda Whaley Ruth White Arthur Anderson Lloyd Armstrong Andrew Barnett Dick Brothers Johnnie Bunch Bill Cox Pete Elliot Fred Galton Hilbert Harris Bill Haskett J. B. Henderson Harold Henderson Albert Konrad Earl Parker Bobbie Weston Luther White Lanier White Abner Williams Thomas Tarkington Presidwzt ..,,,,A,,,, Vicc'-President 7,,,. Secrefary ,.... TfEdSZlYOV,..-.- Armsirong Beulah Ann Ammeene Inez Marie Askew Rose Marie Askew Hilda Ann Austin Joyce Austin Allie Rives Bell Betty Lou Bell Dorothy Berry Ann Bennett Mary Ellen Blades Virginia Brickhouse Iris Ann Bunch Camilla Jane Caddy Edith Cartwright Barbara Chandler Frances Egerton Chesson Ruth Elda Copeland Rachel Elizabeth Dunbar Norma Faye Hooper Nida Hyatt Ruth Virginia Jennings James Edward Anderson Norman Armstrong Hal James Bonney Edward Bowden Sam Brown Webster Elmer Bundy Clarence Gay Castellow Francis Chappell Glenn Leigh Cox Allen Hooper Lewis Milton Hooper Milton James Bill Mann ...avr '41 A fx Q, " -fhfffew-wg f . - ' M , 3 'F"l',r 3 -. ' mera. W- ', 5a'+'-. K 'Z CLASS OF '47 Robert Parker Midgett Charles Sweatte Webb Wilma Copeland Lescelles Davis Doris Dunbar Jane Fearing Betty Foreman Eleanor Hettrick Vivien Jackson Judith Jones Faye Liverman Virginia Parker Genevieve Piland Barbara Pearson Elda Richmond Evelyn Russell Florence Small Louise Stanley Virginia Sears Ruth Tuttle Minnie Tate Marjorie Whaley Emily White Louise White Philip Ray Dixon Claude Ferrell Mauicer Gilden Vernon Gregson C. T. Hall Edward Manning Herbert McCoy Billy Overman Tommie Ryan .,-,,--,,,BILL SKINNER .,,-a--,--.-..B1LL WINSLOW' Bill Skinner Owens Jean Brewer Gladys Crank Vivian Crank Margaret Creef Estelle Jones Marian Lewis Janice Palmer Alma Perkins Joe Ann Pinner Susie Raper Kathleen Riddick Jane Swindell Doris Jean Tiller Annette Ward Grace Holland Webster Clyde Dean Jimmie Crowe Warren Gaither Loma Hassell Walter Lacy Talmadge Lewis Vernon Liverman Herbert Liverman Eugene Overton Bill Parker Jack Parker William Peabody Eugene Price Frank Somers Arthur Stevenson Bill Weatherly Wayne Yelverton ROSE MARIE AsKEw E--I-IOLLIE WEBSTER N asb Dorothy Arnold Marilda Cox Mildred Cuthrcll Nellie Forbes Marguerite Jennings Ann Jeralds Helen Jones Joyce Ray Meekins Margaret Stallings Marion Stallings Carol Thurecht Venie Mae Tillet Mary Twiddy Doris Mae Twiford Margaret Williams Marieta Wilson Herman Arnold Leon Bray Earl Davenport Floyd Sawyer Milton Sawyer Wilton Sawyer Claude Sexton Swindell Marion Billy Thompson Shelbert Twiddv Jack W'ard Howard Ward Charles Wellons Charles W'hite Herbert White Eugene Williams Bill Winslow av F - M, J . l , ,' vw L1 lf' f' y , if -Awe-,Ng f.,Q,.,1X X wma 2 'Z E f if ,nw ' , ff, v W N" Z' ' f V 41' X 9 'S 12. if Q, Nz '41, 5,59-, , Q ,Www -. 4. ww . Z Mm vw Mm my ' wh.fm,WH W I bf nk 4 1 4 1 .f.r"' M4 : 1 ' f .. K ff , i A , we , .- 4,1 1 , , E2 ., 1 f . qw fry 54 -an arf 5 4 . " fi 'li 7 : 'iff -. as25h?:.:11! - I-LL .' ' . RUSSEIL Tvuroxo , aww 'N Presiclent of 'e Student Cooperative Government The Student Cooperative Government of the Elizabeth City High School is an organization to which every mem- ber of the student body belongs. Its official group is com- posed of a council made up of the executive officers, ap- pointed committee chairmen, and elected homeroom rep- resentatives. The purpose of this organization is to promote the general welfare of the school, to establish a closer union, and to create a greater responsibility among the student body. X STUDENT CGOPERATIVE GOVERNMENT Firsf Row, Left fo Right: Twiford, Sheely, Woodley, Kambis, Webster. Second: Foreman Smith, Meekins, Williams, Toxey. Tbirrl: Hollowell, Askew, Ward, Meekins, Armstron Lane. Fourth: Brock, Pugh, Hill, Stephens. Fifth: White, Everton, Pinner, Miss Cooper, Pugh. President ., ,..., Russell Twiford Vice-President , Raymond Sheely Secretary ,..,,,,..,,r,. Billy Woodley Treasurer . Martha Kambis Sergeant-at-Arms Oscar Webster Sponsor , Miss Bertha Cooper Chairmen of C0111 nzilfeesz Finances ,,,, , ,,,,,,,, Andrew Toxey Elections ,,,,, Hersey Williams Traflic ,.... ..... J immy Foreman Nina Lane Publicity ,,,,,,,,, Carol Armstrong Citizenship ,.,..,. Raymond Sheeley Carolyn Meekins Social ,,,, ,,...,, Standards House and Grounds ., George Smith Calendar ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,i,,,,, Nada Pugh Home Room Rcfprvseu lafiws: Carolyn Hill Billy Pinner Rose Marie Askew Matthew White Laura Stephens Naomi Pugh Judy jones' Mary Frances Tillett Frances Brock Helen I-Iollowell Joyce Ray Meekins Margie Everton Annette NVard N f -IIB 'V iw Sitting: Grifiin, Hooper, Kambis, Barco. Staridingz Lane, Frisby, Ewald, Maston, Perry, Armstrong, Hill, Williams, Miller, Galton, Mrs. Highfill. SPOTLIGHT STAFF Editor-in-Clnief llo,il l,llllllilllll,li..lilliii.,,v.ii.i I I illil,li.,iiii L iiiii.,ii NINA LANE Associate Editor ,,,liii llili L ELEANOR EWALD Senior Editor ll,lllllll iiiliil oiiio S IGSBEI5 MILLER Avtizfity Editor EEEEE I EEEE.tEt ...EEE,Elllll,,..,,.. , , ,,,,..,.EEEEEltEllll,,ll.ElE HERSEY WILLIAMS Art Editors ,...,,LL..LL.,..,,L...LL LLLLL I LLLLLLLLL,.,L LLLLL LL,. , C A ROLYN HILL, FRED GALTON Afsisiunf Editorial Staffnm, LLL,,,,, DORIS FRISIIY, MARIE BARQO, MARTHA KAMBIS, DOROTHY PLRRY, KIAQRY MASTON, NADA Lou PUGH Buxiiivxs Mtl7ldlgt'V,,,,, ,L LLLLLL,L,,,,,,L LILL N L III,,,,,,L L,,,,m,,,L,BETTY GRIFFIN Asxixtiziit Birxiizvsx Ilflmzagw' I ,,,, ETTA FRANCES HOOPER Azfz'C'l'fixi11g NllIlI4llQl'l' Y, Y,,,V,A, ,CAROL ARNISTRONG Pf7Uf0gl'tlf7fJc'l' , ,,,,, , KYYYYMA, ,W MARTHA KA1X'113lS Affl'iNf'1' A LLMRS. P. H. HIGHPILL, JR. I , N ff Ie :gi . XX if I 'Y W K 2 I R f w W ff Q IB' g f f , ki I da, ,ww I Kneeling: Frisby, Lane, Barco. Sfamfiug: White, Stafford, Pugh, Mrs. Highfill, Hill, Miller, Baker, Sharmonhouse, Hanna, Sawyer, Jenkins, Chesson. LOUDSPEAKER STAFF Editor-in-Claief ....... A,,,..,,,,...., ,,....,,,,..,, S I GSBEE MILLER News Edifor ,.,,..., ,,,,,,,,,.. , ...,,,,, , ,...,.,, I ,..,,.,,,v, N INA LANE Feafure Eflifors ....,,A Literary Edifors ,,,,,, ,,,,.-..LUCII.LE SAXVYER, CAROLYN HILL .,,,,-L,,J0SEPHINE HANNA, NADA PUGH -.,,,,,KATHRYN JENKINS, PEGGY CHESSON Re porters ......LL,..... Sports Editor L.L.,LLL ......,.,,,.L,.,....,,,LL. I ,...,,, LL.,LL E LMO BAKER Pbofograpber .......,L.L .LL.,...,..,........,,.,....,LL M ARTHA KAMBIS DORIS FRISBY -LLLMARIE BARCO Business Manager LLL,..... Advertising Manager ...... ,,....,,L....,, L....LL..-...,.L I .... , Circulaiion Manager .,......,,.....LLL..L..,..,,.. . .I.LL........LLLeLe O .,,,,,L.....................,..LL...... BILL WHITE Typisfs ..........L,.L.,.,,.,,.....,.. LTERETHA ANGE, GORDON SHANNONHOUSE, EDNA STAEEORD Adviser .......,,,...LL..... --- .......vLLL,L..,e,LLLLL....LL.LL..,.,......vLL,...,LLLL,,,O MRS. P. H. HIGHFILL, JR. I ' ' X R , . .27 I , X BETA CLUB Presiden! .,.,.... . ,.... ........... I ...... ..... . .. ., L . --.BETTY GRIFFIN Vice-President .......... .,.,. .SIGSBEE MILLER Secretary and Treasurer IIII. II-,,, DOROTHY PERRY Sponsor ..,III........II,.,. I .........IIII.....,....,...............I,I.I,..........I,...................w MRS. JEAN WHITE First Row, Left fo Right: Eleanor Ewald, Martha Kambis, Etta Hooper, Betty Griffin, Sigsbee Miller, Dorothy Perry, Jackie Maston, Louise Warren, Mary Edith Jennings. Middle Row: Andrew Toxey, Sara Ellen Toler, Kathryn Jenkins, Virginia Wilson, Barbara Morgan, Nada Pugh, Carol Armstrong, George Smith. Top Row: Jack Liverman, Carolyn Meekins, Madge Williams, Mrs. Jean White, Peggy Chesson, Laura Stevens, Worth Gregory. Q, MR. GENE GORMAN i fBamf Diwrtorj MEMBERS OF ELIZABETH CITY HIGH SCHOOL BAND Trum pets Worth Gregory Tommy Cowell Bobby Hopkins Robert Payne Tommy Robbins Lewis Hooper Tro nz bones Emilie Owens Roy Chesson Sam Brown Fred Galton Ed Bowden Barilone Hersey Williams Basses William Melson Morgan Evans Russell Twiford Bobby Sevias Howard Roughton Elton Elliot Saxo pbo nes Lawrence Meekins Peggy Chesson Matthew White Nancy Pendleton Carolyn Culpepper A110 Clariuel Carol Armstrong Fluiex Winifred Jones Beverly Markham Olive jean Owens Oboe Margie Riggs Clarinets Glennor Culpepper Gene Harris Casper Lamb Betty Jo Ringwald Mary Louise Daniels Betty Griffin Alice jean Twiddy Audrey Dawson Mary Frances McPherson Naomi Pugh Anna Lamb Roberta Paris Alice Bray Virginia Ward Elizabeth Cooper jackie Emery ' Mary Ellen Blades Genevieve Piland Emily White Glenn Cox Holly Webster Barbara Pearson Ann Bennett Vibraharp and Glockenspiel Laura Stephens Bass Clarinet Kathleen Bright Frmrh Horns joseph Smith jack LeRoy Nozfacbord Ida Frances Liskey T ym panies Leslie Waldorf Bass Drum Roderick Dawson Snare Drums Lanier White Elizabeth Bray Aubrey Heath Frances Chesson Cymbals Bill Woodley 4 sl 4 1 FLAG BEARERS: CHIEF MAjORETTES Martha Kambis Doris Frisby Etta Franoes Hooper Sybil Liverman Eula Mao Smith ,wix'A :V1 X' X ,R Y: X ' E :lil 1 . A x,. Q1 , . . C, 5 x F ' ' I xg WE y x x,, JORETTES Front: Anna Lamb, se Bright, Rosemary Smith, Roberta Paris. Second: Carolyn Hill, Carolyn Dickens, fHead Drum Majorettej Hilda Whaley. -1 ,E X22 kn . -Q -X. . J w x Wai HQ R . . ,f- XX 51 QH . X 3 JH, W X n -, - f-'fgi' 'A .tx "' r 'ZDXX . , I 1 M "v,f? WWQH' Qfl X rw A D ' L A 'YV if 3, 52, .4-1.56: 'E-H0 jx A . I -1.--' L22 if ' X NNQO ELIZABETH CITY HIGH SCHQQL BAND .ADA J I ! FOOTBALL TEAM Fnsf Rou Seymour, Alexander. Serum! Rhodes Fearing, Alexander, Gard, Chory, Upton, Chambers T!7llll Thompson, Baum, Butler, Blades, Brickhouse, Miller, XVebster Williams Wir Foznfb Perry Brickhouse, Williams, Bailey, Bright, Baker, Harris Marsh Davenport Coach Mr. Harvey johnson B Team: Captain Douglass Alexander Vinston Brickhouse Manager, Delon Davenport Delton Baum Varsify: joe Upton james Butler Harold Brickhouse Ray Long XY!ilton Gard Wirth Chory Dennis Basnight Bill Bright Zenas Harrell Ralph Blades Abner Williams Irving Seymour Franklin Williams James Brinson Ray Thompson Leslie Rhodes Junior Williams Shelton Alexander Thomas Bailey Oscar Webster Floyd Steele Charles Miller John Chambers Erving Perry Carlton Marsh Elmo Baker Raymond Fearing GIRLS BASKETBALL TEANI First Rout Estelle jones, Carolyn Meekins, Shirley Caddy, jasmine Rohanna, Emilie Owens, Martha Kambis, Etta Hooper, Barbara Liver- man, Evelyn Hickman, Audrey Beals, Sara Louise Garrett, Ruth Copeland. Second ROI!!! Miss Rebecca Webb, Coach, Ruth Tuttle, Genevieve Pi- land, Camilla Caddy, Hilda Austin, Naomi Pugh, Virginia Brickhouse, Florence Small, Elda Richmond, Faye Liverman, Helen Markham, Nina Lane, Manager. Pictures Leff Olaf: Madelyn Beatty, Norma Hooper, Joyce Ray Meekins, Carolyn Hayman. f X 5 lla? X it 1 BOYS BASKETBALL TEAM Firxl Row, Lvfl I0 Right: Leslie Rhodes, George Smith, XVilton Gard, Thomas Bailey, Douglas Alexander. St'c'0r1J Roux: Billy Pinner, Man- ager, Harold Brickhouse, joe Upton, Roy Turner, Mr. Harvey johnson, Coach. Pirlures Left Oni: Vinston Brick- house, Linwood Price. N55 -s 4 ' J a . . x A , f ARM l X f x 'l x' SAFETYTNYFROL l'rol1f Row, Iwfl I0 Rlglrlz Billy Pinner, Oscar Wfebster, jimmy Foreman 1CaptainJ, llddie Paul Owens, Hersey hW'llll.1l'l1S, Russell Twifurd. Burk ROILY Billy Woodley, Billy Hnskett, joe Cox. I'1rl11rr's Lrfl Oni: Tommy Barnes, Maurice Williams, Iirving Perry. MONOGRAM CLUB Firsf Row: Carlton Marsh, Bill Bright, James Butler, Elmo Baker, Oscar Webster, Douglas Alexander, Abner Williams, Franklin Williams, junior Williams. Svrond: George Smith, DeLon Davenport, john Chambers, Dennis Basnight, Delton Baum Vinston Brickhouse, Floyd Steele, Charles Miller, Raymond Fearing, President. Tbirrl: Ray Thompson, Billy Pinner, Harold Brickhouse, Mr. Harvey johnson, Thomas Thomp- son. Noi in Picture: Erving Perry. Thomas Bally, XVilton Gard, Vice- President. J W 4 M ' i NJ ill li GLEE CLUB President. .., . , . ,.,.,.. . .., . C A. QQ . J E NNIIi Lou NEW'BOLD Vice-Presidczzf i . V IRGINIA WILSON Sec1'efary ,,,,,Y777,, ,,, ,,7AA S HIRLEY CADDY Treaszzrer eeeeeeee L eeeeeees L eeee .C C , CLAIRE LOVE Sponsor K. ..K. ,MISS JEANNE ARMSTRONG Firsf Row: Eleanor Ewald, Camilla McPherson, Elizabeth Sawyer, Claire Love, Shirley Caddy, Jennie Lou Newbold, Virginia Wilson, Etta Frances Hooper, Hersey Williams. Second: Carol Armstrong, Edna Palmer, Barbara Morgan, Ida Frances Liskey, Evange- line Adylette, Jean Outlaw, Sybil Liverman, Dorothy Perry, Rebecca Harward. Third: Carolyn Hill, Annie Mae Gregory, Ann Jennings, Mary Marr, Jean Parker, Carolyn Raulf, Edna Mae Sawyer. Fourfb: Jimmy Foreman, Miss Jeanne Armstrong, Russell Twiford, Harold Brickhouse, Gordon Shannonhouse, Albert Konrad, Franklin Williams. if MER f,.'gr'A-M, . R. PATRIOTIC CLUB I P,'p5,,1p,1f -,---, AA,, -,.-, o I ,,, , ,, , ,, , , ,K,,,Ax I as ccca ISABELLE WHAI.EY Vice-Prcsidefzf ,, 77,,Wv.,.,,. , ,fA.... E DDIE PAUL OWENS Sc'vrc'fary and TTl'dSIll'FV ,.,.. Q.... D ORIS LEE GRIFFIN Sponsor., AA AAxM,A ..,--AA, ,,. I , Miss MARY OWENS FIl'Nf Row: Phyllis Spencer, jose- phine Hanna, Louise Warren, Billie Meiggs, Blanche Warren, Joyce Ray Meekins, Carol Thurecht, Evelyn Askew, Ann Reid, Doris Twiford. Sevoml: Helen Markham, jackie Maston, Sara Ellen Tolar, Mary Al- cox, Ifmerald Copeland, Carrie Lee Barnard, Ruby Brooks, Virginia Bray, Sara Louise Garrett, Mary Edith -Iennings, Ifva Mae Pope. Tbirif: Mary Winslow, Mildred Cuthrell, Georgia Turner, june Iarkington, Nellie Forbes, Ruth Provo, Marilda Cox, Jean Hognr, lulia Perry, Carolyn Scott. Tfmil: Margaret james, Carolyn II.1yman, Mary Twiddy. Marieta XY'ilson, Ann Geralds, Miss Iflizabeth Chappell, Alma Perkins, Iloris Til- Iett, Betty Bell, Claudia Long. Xu! in Pifllzrvz Audrey Bray, Audrey If-riekhouse, Shirley jackson, Rachel Riddick, Marthann W'ingate, Hilda NX'haley, Vilma Copeland, Betty Iioreman, Margaret Jennings, Vivian jackson, Virginia Parker, Ifyelyn Russell, Virginia Sears, Fifi! Row: Virginia Midgette, Janice Palmer, Doris Sample, Eddie Paul Owens, Isabelle Whaley, Doris Lee Griffn, Jasmine Rohanna, Evangeline Aydlett. Sevomf: G. B. Randolph, Ruth XVhite, Marion Meads, Carolyn Pritchard, Mary Frances McPher- son, Carolyn Raulf, Jimmy Collier. Third: Miss Mary Owens, jimmy Crowe, Clyde Dean, Wayne Yclver- ton, Frank Somers, Hal Bonney. No! in Picllzrcz Ruth Copeland, jo Anne Pinner, Annette Ward, ,lean Brewer, jane Swindell, Bar- bara Chandler, Frances Brock, Jen- nie Lou Newbold. xv , X, RED CROSS JUNIQR CLUB Pi'0siJc'11f 7 ,,.. 77c,....,,c,,, ,BLANCHE XVARREN Vif-p-Prmia'mf ..,,,c .,,., J OYCE RAY MEEKINS Sp!-fgfgryr Y,Y,---- - ,YYY YCAROL THURECHT Typagglfpr Yx------YYYYYYY, ----Y,YA,-, ,,,,,., B I LLIE MEIGG5 SENIOR CLUB p,-f,5,,1mf, ,,,,,,,,o,,,,,,,,,,sass ,---.LOUISE BRIGHT Vice-President .ee... , ,,.,--- -ANN REID gp,-fgfafys ooso ofooo I ,vss E VELYN ASKEW Treasurer . ,.,. LOUISE WARREN First Row: Annie Mac Gregory, Louise Cartwright, Doris Cart- wright, Shirley Caddy, Morgan Evans, Faye Bateman, Audrey Beals, Ann Jennings. Sevomfz Margie Everton, Matthew W'hite, Worth Gregory, Thomas Cowell, Hazel jackson, Charles Houghton, Mrs. E. K. Bowden. Pil'fIll'6'S Lefl Oni: Nina jameS. june Springer. f """ ' .- ' ill 1 if SENIOR PHOTOGRAPHY CLUB President. u.r,, A uuuu,uu ....,,uu,uu L L .,.u. .,,,..,,t M ORGAN EVANS Secrefary and Treasurer ,,,uu,,, L uuuuuuuu.,, SHIRLEY CADDY Sponsor uuuoo... u,,o,., ..., ,uoue M Rs. ELIZABETH BOWDEN L 5 L - W n fr 1 L. .... x is JUNIOR PHOTOGRAPHY CLUB President LLL.--. -...L-...,-.,,...., ,LL,,, ,,LL..,,..., j U D ITH JONES Secretary and Treasurer LLL,,, .... C HARLOTTE THURECHT -Sponsor ,,.....,., . ..,...LLL,,,LLL,. L ...,LL... MRS. E. K. BOWDEN ljlfif Run: Dorothy Arnold, Venie Mae Tiller, Iris Ann Bunch, Rosalie Taylor, Judith jones, Char- lotte Thurecht, Faye Liverman, Athene Paulos, Shirley Marsh. Svroml: Myra Dixon, Howard Roughton, Bobby Swain, Billy Pin- ner, Mrs. Bowden, Bobby Paulos, Bill Wfeatherly, Milton james. Pivlures Lefl Ollfi Bill Skinner, Bill Overman. xl I -WM if Florence Burgess, W'ilma Dean Holt, Frances Twiford, Edna Stafford, Emilie Owens, Arvilla Ferrell, Claire Love, Kathryn Jenkins, Milliecnt Williams, Rebecca Har- ward, Louise Holloman, Betty Ring- wald, Margaret Newbern, Miss Eu- genia Boyd, Nina James, Elizabeth ,ir W ,f f,'fXf'f 1 SENIOR GIRL RESERVES Prvgiflwlf ,,,ee,, S as Meer S -,,,,aaeS,,,,, , e,S, srr ee,sEix41Lin Owxgisfs Vice-Pm-siu'w1f S, eaaaa ,KATHRYN JENKINS Sevreiary Seeev, ,,A.., XVILMA DITAINT I-IOLT Tn-a,wm-r S,,,,, E ,,,, ea,, A RVILLA FLRRIi1.L Spouwrs ,,,a ee...., M Iss EUGENIA BOYD Saw yer, Teretha Ange. 4 X I, ,ff i S we 1- S ' A I"ir.xl: Tommy Barnes, Jack Liver- . ' man, W'alter Ryan, George Smith, Pramlwzf ,,,., ttt,,. E tttt W, sstt as ttstt.s t,..,.,ttt.tt...,,,ttt, GEORGE SMITH Andrew Tgxey, Elliott Ward, Vice-President Y, ,. a.,sss THONIAS TlLI-ETT Th0m2sITillCrlf. d A' .., f WA Sworn: S1erwOo Armstrong, ylltfardl ' 'A' ELLIO-TT T ARD Charles Reid, Calvin Kirby, Marion ,'f'f'Wf" -rfr rrr--f- E ANDREW OXEY Turtle, Mr. J. G. Mccmkcn. Ed- -SPONSUV ,,,.,. MR- MCCRACKEN ward Albertson, Henry Thornton, Bill White, Marion Ambrose. ,JW U ,JN W f S Firxi Row: Kathryn Alexander, Margaret Stallings, Edna Mae Sawyer. Svroml: Helen jones, Marian Stallings, Louise White, Norma Creekmore, Selma Toppin, Ruth Henderson, Ruby Midgette, Barbara Crawford. Third: Miss Josie Harding, Spon- sor, Edna Palmer, Barbara Mclntyre, jean Parker, Elizabeth Sawyer, Mil- dred Brickhouse, Doris Dunbar, Margaret W'illiams, Jane Fearing. -uv' . W, W., JUNIOR GIRL RESERVES P1'0xjgl'c111f, eeeY4seee--,,e ,,-,,.KA'THIiX'N ALEXANDER V150-Pnfsizffllf ,,,,,,,,,,.,,, ,,..,, , MARGAIKET STALLINGS Srfrcffary and Tl'Pt!.YIll'l'l' e,.u, . EDNA lVlAE SAWYER I A ily fi? . ' JUNIQR HI-Y President uu.,,,,,...-.. 5 -wS,SS,,vSwSSw7E Jog COX Vice-President uu.uu ,EE, E LMER RAPER Sfffffdfy eu....,.. u.uu . BOBBY HOPKINS Treasurer ...Y. uueeee L mwoon PRICE Ifirtl Rau: Aloe Cox, Elmer Raper, Bobby Hopkins, Linwood Price. Svvorzlfz Edward Manning, Robert Chaffer, Herbert McCoy, Marvin Prosser, Elvin Chambers, jack Hor- ton, Norman Armstrong. Tfririfz gl. B. Henderson, Warren Gaither, Melvin O'Ncil, Loma Has- sell, Norman Sawyer, Mr. G. McCracken, Sponsor. ,f """" 'Y 'll' 1 . , X ff f X, 1 1 fy' AMATIC CLUB r I H 1 LA , 'ff' fJ5f-4 fe-ff-SENIOR OFFICERS Presidcfnf ... ....., D OROTHY PERRY Vive-Presidefzi --, Ogygklfiff .,..,, , C ASPER LAMB SL'L'l'Ff6ll'-JL.. ,,,, ..,,.,,,.. I -. ,, ,,.,, OOOOOOOOO V IRGINIA WILSON Tr'mszm'1' A ,,v. A , J OSEPHINE POTTER Sjwuxoz' Y,., Miss ESTELLE MCCLEES JUNIOR OFFICERS President ,O.. , OO.. OOOO....,,OOOO..,,OOA,,..,OOO ,,,OOOO J ENNIE LOU NEWBOLD Xlili'-Pl't'Sftl'6'llf L as , ...,........OOO. WAYNE MAssEY SCt'l'l'ftll'j' OOOOOOOO.OO ,,,.,. B ARBARA CHANDLER Trfczszzrw' OOOOOO ,,OOO -w..,, J O ANINIE PINNER Spmzsor .....O,C,OO,.O..C..O..,OO....OO,.,,....OO..OO....,,.OOO.O,,..O.OO,,..,.OO.....,.......,., Miss ESTELLE MCCLEES Firxt Rout Peggy Chesson, Wayne Massey, Jennie Lou Newbold, Doris Frisby, Dorothy Perry, Casper Lamb, Virginia Wilson, Marie Barco. SFCOIIIIIZ Howard Ward, Billy Thompson, Floyd Sawyer, Audrey Stone, Mary Marr, Barbara Morgan, Lucille Sawyer. Tlairdz Marian Swindell, Eugene Williams, Frances Brock, Barbara Hettrick, Hilda Jennings, Carolyn Meekins, Marian Melson. ' Fourlb: Charles White, Miss Estelle McClees, Claude Sexton. -if A .' . , . A t xxx' I . , ' , I , - xx N W., M .aff I ART CLUB SENIOR OFFICERS President , .....,,...,. ...........,. B -NADA PUGH Vice-President ,, , ., ,.K.., RAYMOND SHEELY Secrefary ,,,, , . ,,,,, , M ADELYN BEATTY Sponsor .,,,7, ,,,,A,,,,,,,A,,,,,,,,,. , ,,,,,,4,, Y , ,MISS ELIZABETH NAsH JUNIOR OFFICERS Presidwzf AAAAA,7AvA,....,R.,AA... ,.RA L ,BILL WINSLOW Vice'-Presidwzt. .LLLLLLLLILLLL.... ..,..,...LL,.,., B ILL SKINNER Secretary and Treasurer LLLLL ,.,,L,,I,,I,,I H ERMAN ARNOLD Sponsor ...,LLLLLL.LL,LL....LLLLL,..,, ...... M ISS ELIZABETH NASH First Row: Leon Bray, Claude Ferrell, Roselyn Bundy, Lescelles Davis, Evelyn Hickman, Ruth Tuttle, Barbara Liverman, Faye Hodges, Elvie Harris, Sophia Harris, Pauline Creckmorc, Earl Davenport, C. T. Hall. Sevondz Bill skinner, Vernon Gregson, Jack Ward, Sarah Jo Bryan, Laura O'Neal, Jean Outlaw, Milton Sawyer, Tommy Ryan, Wilton Sawyer. Third: Albert Konrad, Billy Haskett, Raymond Sheely, Madelyn Beatty, Miss Elizabeth Nash, Nada Pugh, Bill Winslow, Herman Arnold, Phillip Dixon. Pirlurcs Lvfl Ouf: Sam Bray, Jean Horton, Judith Jones, Mavis Stallings. CLASS HISTORY It was bright and sunny that morning in September, 1932, when a flock of starched-and-ironed blissful innocents, possessed with varied emotions, some giggling nervously, others just staring blankly, approached the time-worn Primary School on Dyer Street to launch a career, color- ful if not imposing, that sees its successful terminus in the graduating class of '43. After that preliminary year of great responsibilities the chattering group made its way to the old S. L. Sheep Building to wade through the second and third grades under such icy stares and accusing eyes of fourth graders that they actually felt like an invading army. And then came the great moment when the new primary school was ready for dis- mantling. Following the production that year of the operetta, "The Three Bears," the class was ready to begin a new era of sophistication under the title of "fourth graders, if you please." Entering the S. L. Sheep free of the air of being imposters, the more dramatically minded of the group entered ecstatically into the hubbub of the Dixie Land Minstrel - and a few of the less theatrically inclined, as is witnessed by some of the productions during the four-year stay. Then came the seventh grade, with its special privileges -- among them, editing the S. L. Sheep News. These children of destiny seemed doomed to the roving life of the nomad as they were forced to move again - this time to the high school in the middle of their seventh year, following the condemnation of the old grammar school. It was in high school that graduation from the seventh grade took place. Having already tasted high school bitters, the class of '43 entered with a slight air of ennui and know-it-all at the maze of corridors - only to get their come-uppance at the hands of dark-minded sophs intent on executing faithfully that age old tradition of initiation, and for several days the class provided material pro and con for a debate on evolution. Then the class entered into the regular routine - band, glee club, student council, et cetera. The sophomore year was off to a slap-banging start as the rising classmen began demonstrating their newly-gained superiority over the freshies in the form of introducing them in the most droll way to the high school way of life. During that year more entered into the participa- tion of school activities. Greeting it as a sort of anti-climax, this harried group took on the responsibilities of the junior year with an air of martyrdom. But not for long were they kept in this subdued state. With the nearing of the annual junior-Senior fete, there was less time for such pensiveness, and on a dreary, rainy night the class presented the then current grades with a gala dance. Fitful moods of ecstasy, or apprehension in some cases, were in order for the rest of that tenth year as thoughts of the forthcoming senior year and responsibilities entailed therein raced through already overloaded minds. The summer of 1942 seemed interminable to the five score future seniors, and two hundred wistful eyes were cast daily upon calendars as days were meticulously chalked off until that fateful September 1 arrived. Most of the new grads-to-be were a little disappointed at the recep- tion of their airs, the assumption of which seemed only natural in view of their newly-acquired dignity. This indifference at their superiority was taken by seniors with their usual such-is-life air. Many joined journalism to help in putting out the Loudspeaker and Spotlight. Meanwhile there was the senior play which presented unlimited possibilities to Hollywood-hopefuls. And now, as we put the finishing touches on l'histoire, the school is all agog as the seniors prepare for the great climactic moment . . . graduation. Caps and gowns have arrived and actually give some students a scholarly appearance. It is with a combination of pride, exaltation and a twinge of nostalgia for old days that we view these preparations. It,s great to have this feeling of having accomplished something. But we wonder whether these eleven years that we have spent in school might not rise out of a world of chaos as the happiest of our life. DOROTHY PERRY JACKIE MAsToN SIGSBEE MILLER Q' 11 65,51 1 :iff 2- lf'-Eff ,- -- A' ,H-3 , ' 4' 1 ,., H A . ww? LAST WILL AND TESTAMENT We, the seniors, being strong physically and mentally, Cwe hopej, and knowing the great amount of energy required in order to receive a cherished sheepskin, do, while we are still living, make and declare this to be the last will and testament of the Class of '43, ARTICLE I To all students left behind, Cpoor thingsj , we give whole heartedly: A-The privilege of working hard to pass for maybe failj their grade. B-The pleasure of having a different set of staircases for going up and down in the good old E. C. I-I. S. C-A new group of freshmen to initiate with lipstick qif it is still being manufacturedj ARTICLE II To the present eighth graders we give: A-The privilege of going to school twelve years instead of the usual eleven. ARTICLE III To those dear C??j juniors we leave with pleasure: A-The honor of entering assembly last and leaving first while everyone stands. B-The privilege of having no special privileges. ARTICLE IV To those specified we generously bequeath: A-Eleanor Ewald's height may go to tiny Naomi Pugh, while Hersey Williams wants his to go to James Butler. B-Russell Twiford gives his talent for leadership to Raymond Sheely. C-Sigsbee Miller's brains are handed down to Erving Perry. D-Douglas Alexander's manly physique is left to Andrew Toxey, while Erving Seymour leaves his athletic ability to Henry Thornton. E-Doris Frisby leaves her ability to hook a man to Glennor Culpepper. g F-Virginia Wilson gives her perfect figure to Sybil Liverman. G-Carol Armstrong's femininity and dainty features are passed on to Nada Pugh. H-And last but far from least, Marie Barco leaves her mouth to the Springer twins, hoping they can make an equal division. Signed and attested on this first day of February in the Year of Our Lord 1943. Testator: MARTHA KAMBIS Witnesses: LUCILLE SAWYER KATHRYN JENKINS i 1 3 QQ fi ? if 2: 5 , .Z , 2 ge 5 'za-:IBS if :Bxdwwmuxw BK? 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I know Madelyn Beatty will be thrilled to know it for she has been running after him for years. Will Charles Reid give her her freedom? If so, what will happen to their Dude Ranch, for that good for nothing ex-boy friend of mine hates horses! Time will tell. Think I'll take a trip even if I do have to thumb. June 3rd-Today I began my undestined journey, going north. Times are hard and I walked a good fifteen miles before the Reverend and Mrs. Worth Gregory fformer Laura Stephensj gave me a lift in their horse and cart. Behind his beard I hardly recognized my old friend. I-Ie told me to hop in, that there was plenty of room but all I could see was children. We got as far as Hickory, Virginia, when the poor horse dropped dead. I left the Gregorys standing in the middle of the road arguing about how they were going to manage carrying all the kids, I think it was seven in allg they wouldnit be still long enough for me to count them accurately. Well, I started walking again. About this time a new-fangled bicycle pulled up slowly and some handsome fellow hollered, "Wanna ride, Baby?,' I was just about to refuse when I recognized my old flame, Rodney Foreman. NVhen I was settled in the basket, I thought of his convertible and how comfortable it used to be. Our conversation drifted back to school days. I-Ie told me that at last he was a member of the "Ale and Quail Club" and he was peddling up in Virginia to buy some lumber for his father. In the meantime Rodney told me that Barbara Morgan and Roderick Dawson, having been married a year. had moved over the garage of these very wealthy people, caring for t.heir plantation which was about two miles up the road. I couldn,t resist stopping by to see them, hoping for an invitation to rest my weary bones, that is if she had an extra bed. I finally reached the garage as Rodney had directed and found Barbara bent over che wash tub, scrubbing for dear life. She told me that I was welcome to spend the night but I would have to sleep on the floor since they weren't able to put anything else in the room, on account of the precious space they didn't have. This was a little better than sleeping on the side of the road. I found out that Mary Edith Jennings and Joseph Lamb were the wealthy people whom Barbara was working for. June 4th-The Dawsons got up very early this morning. Naturally, I did too. I had breakfast with them. On my way out I decided to use my manners and say hello to Mary and joseph. I rang the door bell. Jimmy Foreman answered the door and offered to take my jacket and small bag. Jimmy, a butler! this must have been his first day at work because all he would mutter was "Yes, Madam, No, Madam!', I-Ie took me in the parlor and told me to make myself comfortable, that he would ring for Madam. Shortly Mrs. Lamb came down in a long flowing gown. She had certainly changed a great deal since 1943- Joseph came in later and told his wife that they might not have a maid or butler long on account of the butler was courting the maid, who is Louise Warren. We discussed old times and they insisted on my spending the day and night with them. I accepted with little encouragement. A circus was opening near where Mary Edith lived so we all decided to go. Mary decided to let Barbara and Roderick tag along too. We found out that it was the "Webster and Armstrong Burlesque Showf, Gee! it was good to see Carol and Oscar at last together. Last time I saw Carol was when she was a Lieutenant in the WAACS-that was the good old days when I was an Ensign in the WAVES-Carol had on a grass skirt and Oscar was climbing around on poles, looked to me as if he were trying to break his neck instead of putting on a show for us. Carol did a dance, with three chorus girls, whom I wouldn't have recognized if Carol hadn,t informed me before. They were Sophia Harris, Virginia Midgett, and Martha Kambis. They were all dressed alike and all acted like monkeys. Shirley Caddy sang "I-Ii! I-Io! Silver!" and an old familiar tune "Drum Boogie" with Delton Baum, pianist. After the show Shirley came over and told me she was glad to see me and all that mush that goes with it. I couldn't imagine what had happened to Delton, he didn't appear to weigh more than 110 pounds. Shirley said he was love sick over some flapper that had just recently joined Oscar and Carol's Burlesque Show. I got a glimpse of her and that was enough. After wee hours in the morning we went back to the Lamb's homestead. I must close. Dear Diary, I can't wait to get in that comfortable straw bed. June Sth-This morning I started thumbing again. The first motor car that came along was a jeep which Elmo Baker had brought back from war. He was on his way to the bus station in Norfolk, Virginia, to deliver some mail. Elmo told me he has a good job as an errand boy for the Post OHice in Elizabeth City. He wanted to know where I was headed in these hard times and haphazard days. I told him I was looking for a job-anykind, anywhere. He mentioned a job in New York modeling bathing suits. Of course, I didn't have enough money to go that far. So Elmo forked over two dollars, the last he had. I hesitated on taking it, but we agreed I'd pay it back when I could. After many weary hours we arrived at the bus station. You could have knocked me over with a feather when Casper Lamb walked up and asked me if I wanted to buy a copy of this evening's "Casper Timesf' but I didn't -have any money to waste. Casper finally recognized me through the hunk of glass over his two unconcerned eyes. He said he has a small newspaper establishment but that he didn't have enough money to hire help so he writes and prints his paper one week and sells them himself the next. Discovering I could go as far as Petersburg, Virginia, for just a little of my two dollars, I decided to ride the bus. Oh! yes! I noticed Nina james and Thomas Cowell working together at the ticket window-getting along very nicely, indeed! If you get what I mean. Elmo waited with me for the bus to leave and while we sat in the station three red caps hurried by wirh some baggage. And guess what! They were Russell Armstrong, George Smit-h, still a lady killer, and James White. One bus pulled in from home, and Sarah Ellen Toler, looking very sophisticated in a violet slack suit, got off. I tried to call her but Vinston Brickhouse was greeting her so affectionately I didnlt want to interrupt. This reminded me of that skunk I was engaged to. Finally the Petersburg bus was ready to pull out. I bade Elmo adieu and handed my ticket to'the driver. Our eyes met, and Jack Liverman looked on my third finger left hand, then pushed me on in the bus, still clutching my ticket. I sat down by a very fat lady. Her face was familiar but who was she? This worried me. Soon I broke the silence. When I told her my name, she was astonished. The jolly old lady sitting beside me was Carolyn Meiggs who chewed gum in history class with me. Carolyn told me that George Armstrong and Sara Jo Bryan had opened up a very small antique shoppe, in which she is very interested. Carolyn's engagement to that sailor had been broken for years and she is still Miss Meiggs. We talked about John Chambers, Melvin jackson, and Glen Carlin-all hunted by the police for illegal peddling of some home- made remedy for sore feet. Since I was headed for New York, Carolyn told me to be sure to attend a concert given by our hometown girl, Marjorie Riggs, at the Metropolitan Opera House, which was being managed by Maestro William Bright, known to us as "Billy Boyf, We said good-by at the bus terminal in Washington, D. C. It was dark so I decided to look up Eleanor and Johnny Carr who were at one time running the famous "Walk In Walk Out Hotel." Maybe, that is if they are still there, they would lodge me for the night. "A friend in need is a friend indeed." I walked up to che desk and looking up to 6'2", I saw the thin face of Johnny Carr, immediately he recognized me and rang for the bell-hop, who was Eula Mae Smith. I asked where Eleanor was and no sooner said than I saw a dumpy, little girl come wobbling out of the elevator. Was that Eleanor Ewald? They gave me the nicest room in the hotel which isn't saying much. June 6th-I left the "Walk In Walk Out Hoteln around 9:45 this morning. I took a taxi to catch the 10:20 boat out of Washington for Baltimore. But who should I find as the tax driver but Roy Chesson! Why when he was in high school, his aim was to be a second Gene Gorman Band Director. Well, everyone has the right to choose his own career. I got my ticket and got on the boat named, "LoveLorn.', I met a very handsome fellow who kept me supplied with candy, gum, and cokes. These handsome fellows haven't any sense though. Well, at least I didnat starve, and besides I have just enough money to get to New York. On the boat I ran into a couple of old classmates. Emerald Copeland was bar-maid on the "LoveLorn," and Georgia Turner was traveling for Peter Thompson 85 Company, selling cigars, pipes, and rabbit tobacco. It took around seven hours from Washington before docking in Baltimore. I had about five hours to kill before the next bus for New York. So I agreed to let this friend, Qhe said his name was Alfred Vanderbilt, Jr.J but I called him Mudfurfle, take me out to eat. We also took in a couple of movies. He didn't have any more sense than to fall for my line, so he bought my ticket and saw that I was comfortable on the bus. I had used my middle name for the last one. I'm sure we'll never see each ot-her again.. June 7th-I slept all the way to New York. The first thing I did was to go to this small joint and get a cup of coffee and a doughnut. Jacqueline Emery and her husband "Chicken" were running the place. Jackie told me that business was very bad and that Teretha Ange, Irene Stanley, Margaret Newbern, and Louise Holloman had all gone to Europe to open tea and coffee shops, on account of business was so bad in New York. Jackie said she had just seen Mrs. Mary Francis Stanley Tillet walk by rolling a baby carriage dressed to kill a king. She is living on Dishpan Street in New York. I spent a couple of hours gossiping with "Chicken" and "Jackie" since they were not at all rushed. Then I went to the address Elmo gave me modeling bathing suits. It was called "Glamour Side Beach Wear Household Goods," with Hersey Williams as manager. I just knew I'd get a job if I remembered Hersey well, but I was too late. Mary Marr and Elsie Bray had just filled the vacancy yesterday. While I was in the store talking with Mary and Elsie, Louise Bright came in trying to find a job. Here were Louise and I with no money, no job. We walked the streets. Every place weid ask, "Not today! Business is too bad!" Louise .had come to New York to meet Snooks Wood. They had planned to get married but Snooks didn't show up and Louise and I with no money, no job. We walked for hours in the hot sun. Finally we stopped to watch an artist lookfng over a brick wall painting a girl who was busy patting pancakes. We stood around for some time watching the artist work and fret over 'her picture. To our amazement, the girl Hnally looked up at us. It was Betty Griffin! This was too much. She recognized us right off. The face Betty was trying to paint was Etta Hooper's. Etta was not able to talk to us on account of her boss was cooking the pancakes as fast as she was patting them. Betty told us that Etta had been doing this for some time for a man who sells pancakes for a living. Betty was married to Lawrence Meekins right after he returned from war. Shortly we left Betty to finish her masterpiece. Louise and I just had to find a job of some kind. Finally we went in a hardware store. The fellow said that he could use one of us, so I told Louise to take the job since she was in such distress over Snooks. I left Louise on conditions we'd meet on the corner of Sixth Street at six-thirty. Still looking for a job, I encountered Jimmie Collier, who stopped and asked me if I wanted my shoes polished. I'1l admit they were rather dirty, but at a time like this! Jimmie and I started talking. Soon he was able to detect who I was. We sat down on some dusty steps and talked. I told him who all I'd seen. He told me that Robert Payne was working on a farm in Louisiana and that he is married to Kathleen Bright. They have six children-Robert Jr., Flossy, Cricket, Swamp Rabbit, Humpty Dumpty, and Small Fry. I asked him when he last saw him which was a week ago. Robert had come to New York to buy Kathleen some clothes. She was tired of wearing the ones Robert had bought her eight years ago when they first got hitched. Jackie Maston is in New Mexico studying how bugs and creatures live when they are hungry and also the atmosphere. Jackie and Russell Twiford were married about a year ago and Russell is very happy over Jackie's new study. Jimmie and I talked for some time about how tough things are. I understand from Jimmie that Pauline Creekmore, his old flame, is in Chicago, taking care of Charles Miller's recent son. You know Charles finally married some gal from down Georgia. About three months ago Jimmie had met Roy Turner, Joe Upton, and Franklin Wfilliams going to see if they could possibly get in the movies as the three stooges. I hated to leave Jimmie, he was such an interesting subject. I picked up my bag and started looking. I heard Jazz coming out of an upstairs room. I decided they might be able to use a dancer so up the steps I ventured. To my surprise Davis Rhodes, Joseph Rhodes, Leslie Rhodes, and Carlton Harris, under the famed direction of Wirth Chory, have a very brassy band. The room didn't have a door to it so I just walked in and stared for some time at them blowing so hard that their hair stood straight upon the top of their heads. When they saw me, their ears perked up too. They told me they could use me as a jitter-bugger. Their first opening was to play at Herbert Davenport's night club opening in Manteo, North Carolina, June 14th. Here I go again but at least it is a job. Louise met me at six o'clock. Naturally, we ate little. Finally we ran into Snooks looking for Louise. Snooks and Louise had got their meeting place mixed up, Qthat is what one gets for trying to elopej, anyway everything turned out all right. Snooks got us a room in a hotel. I was too tired to find out the name of it. june 8th-I slept late this morning, learning that Louise and Snooks had already pulled out early for Florida. On the way they planned to get married. l got up and took a bath, dressed, and ate. Then I went to rehearse with the band, appropriately named "The Band of Whirlwind." june 9th-Rehearsed. June 10th-Rehearsed. June llth-Rehearsed and packed my duds for Manteo. June 12th-Left early for Manteo, stopped in Elizabeth City to say hello to the folks. Spent the night there. The band stayed with Whirlwind's grandparents. Saw Isaac Williams, jr., Elizabeth City's street cleaner. I must admit the streets look one hundred per cent better. I also saw Sigsbee Miller and Marie Barco. They have taken over what used to be the "Daily Advancef' now the "Daily Retreat." The paper is only five yards three inches and consists of old and dilapidated jokes. I recall when Sigsbee was in high school and got a job with Mr. Peele as proof reader and sweeping the floors, he said, "Just wait until I take overf' I've waited and I must admit here's one of his jokes. "Do you know what the Irish potato said to the ground? No? Get out of my way--I'm coming up!" I think Sigsbee has a crush on Marie but is waiting for her to decide between Marian Swindell, William Jackson, and himself, of course. Most people think she and Sigsbee have done wonders with what used to be rhe "Daily Advance." Marie said that Sigsbee and she argued all the time about the size of the paper. Sigsbee doesn't want it to be any larger but Marie does. They told me that Dorothy Perry wears black rimmed glasses and is now teaching school at Wfeeksville. I heard that she was disappointed in love. She teaches Physical education and a course on "How to Win and Influence Men." They think fher pupilsj she is a second Dorothy Dix. I saw Carolyn Dickens while I was home and she and Lloyd I-Ioffler have been married ever since her junior year in high school, but they had decided to keep it a secret until she and Lloyd decided to quit running around and settle down. They are living in Camden. Lloyd's father gave him a half acre of land to raise pigs, cows, and horses on. Carolyn is a very happy wife. Whirlwind and Band finally were ready to cruise on down to Nag's Head and Manteo. Riding down we passed an old slow-moving truck on the side of which was painted in bright colors, "The Little Bell Telephone System." I unmistakably saw that red head of Melrie Bell behind the wheel. Whirlwind yelled to him and then told me Melrie was supporting his dear wife, Arvilla Ferrell, and three kids on the little income he gets fixing telephone wires. Our jalopy was running out of gas so we stopped at the "Dew Drive In Service Station" and lo and behold "Dog" Alexander skipped out to fill us up. Driving on, we saw a couple of fishermen perched on the bridge. The band and I were hungry so we stopped to beg a few fresh-water catfish. When they turned around to speak, I recognized jean Twiddy and Sonny Haughton. After conversing a little while, Sonny blushingly told me they were honey-mooners. They hadn't caught any fish so we moved on, still hungry. Up the road a piece we met a flat tire. Carlton Marsh, Linwood Long, and Matthew White had tire trouble on their way to take part in the opening of the "Lost Colony" tonight. Leslie wanted to help them so we stopped. All I could do to help them was to sit on the spare so it wouldn't run away. Matthew White told us that he is playing the part of "Old Tom" in the Pageant and wanted us to be sure to be there for the opening. We fixed the tire for them and shuffled on. It was really a hot day-we had a jug of water in the jalopy but no ice. So we stopped at the two by four ice house at Kitty Hawk and bought ten cents worth of ice from Mrs. Charles Jones, Qformerly Josephine Potterj . She was so thrilled to see our band. She told us that Virginia Wilson had just stopped for water and that she was on her way to meet her fiance from Duck, N. C., who has a job singing in the Lost Colony. She said that Virginia has been working up North and has developed a very strange accent. We stopped at the Casino and found Sherwood Armstrong giving orders. He owns the Casino and he told us business was exceptionally good, that he hadn't seen it better. He even gave us some sandwiches but started to take them back when he found out we held a contract with Herbert Davenport's Night Club. I left my friends to discuss matters with Sherwood and took a short walk on the beach. It was so good to see Nags Head beaming once again. I walked down the beach a few yards and saw Kathryn Jenkins sitting on the beach in deep thought with a pencil and paper in her hand. She was slaving over a rhyme. Yes! indeed! Kitty is trying to be another Edna St. Vincent Millay. She had gotten as far as "roses are red, violets are blue," but she couldn't think of any word that would rhyme with "blue," At that moment we turned around just in time to see Edward Comstock approaching us and announce "There'll be a hoitoid on the oiland tonight." He's chief weather predictor at Nag's Head now. Afraid of the high tide, I ran inland. Anyway the spittin, and blowin, and apuffin! and a cussin! of our prized jalopy told me we were ready to leave. We pulled on down the highway Qcall it that if you wannaj. Coming near an object in the middle of the road which looked like a stuffed toad, we were forced to apply our brakes fwhat brakes?j And Emilie Owens ran up with a load of fresh fish hollering "Fish! fish! fish! Get your fresh fish here! Fish! fish! fish! fish! and more fish! Hsh! "Fish" recognized us and said she never felt more at home before. She and Reginald Cuthrell had been married quite a number of years. I would like to have seen ol' Reggie, but he was over on the sound side crabbing. Emilie told us that she had just moved next door to Edna Stafford and her husband who were vacationing at the beach. She also informed us again that the Pageant was opening tonight and that Lucille Sawyer was chosen to play the part of Queen Elizabeth and that Eleanor Smith Dare was being played by Marion Melson. Elizabeth Sawyer was playing the role opposite "Old Tom". How well I remember that cute Indian squaw. My! our '43 graduating class surely turned out quite a few actresses and actors! We finally arrived and couldn't miss finding "Hot Cha Risky Night Club." Mr. Davenport the proprietor, seemed very glad to see us. Herbert had reservations for us at the "Sams Hotel." It appeared to be the nicest one there, but what a joint. Erving Seymour is managing it. I recognized him right away when I saw the old football jersey he was wearing-his own number "30." The jersey had faded a little bit but I still knew what it was. Well, goodnight from a weary soul. e june 14th-Slept till noon. I dressed and hurried over to the "Hot Cha Risky" and rehearsed all day. Tonight we opened the gala affair with my song and dance, "Nobody Knows the Trouble I've Seen." While singing I spotted Nina "Veronica Lake" Lane wearing a slick gown and her long hair over one eye. The show was a success so Herb gave us a three week contract. Some of our hit tunes were fif you are interested, "Windowshopping,,' "Turtlehopping," and "Moppingwopping." To top it all Whirlwind sang the song which reminded me of my one-time fiance, "Moonlight Becomes You." Melancholy as I was I hurriedly left the night club and strolled the beach. I decided it was time for me to sit down and think things over. Maybe I still love him. "I'11 think of it all tomorrow. I can stand it then. Tomorrow, I,ll think of some way to get him back. After all, tomorrow is another day." Dorus FRISBY. l Q1 4u+xIvu'i. Q5 45' x e 4 5 ,X -1 O XXX 'I xxsu 5' ff 0 . xlx4'05"e' QOJJC ol Y, 95. E-I L -..f 'Y I ' ---,f ,I , I ' ' V , 1 'BEST MVVISHESM' ' ' ' ' ' I 111.4 ' al-,LII 'vfd' Y 3""f'- -IA--1,1 fe . --an i , ' 1 ' .1 1 L gf . V , V, L Yf..f,.4.g4..., , .,V A f , i , p - ., , VHEARTIEST fCONG'RA,TULATIQN S 7,.11.,!,,1 ' ,f,, , ' -to the- . 1 A- , f -' ' - f--' ,Y,,,,-.4 , SENIOR ,CLASS y T...0f., . I 1943 if We are proud of having assisted you in the pub- lication of the 1943 SPOTLIGHT. You have our every good wish for continued success in the future. To you in the lower classes, may you follow their excellent example in the same light of achieve- ment. THE ADVANCE PRINTERY F. Everett Chory BEST WISHES Freshmen, Sophomores, Juniors and Seniors! -of the- Elizabeth City High School Carolina Amusement Co. .. Incorporated Carolina - Alkrama - Gaiety State Theatres O DRINK 6.02655 It's the Real Thing-You Trust Its Quality" Compliments of THE FIBST TEENS 1 -Q A V ig, X, C 'S Inzml' ST .599 S O McDowell Motor Co. Sales and Service ie K "Our Service Department is Complete to Keep 'Em ELIZABETH Crum N. C. , Rolling!" Member Federal Reserve Bank Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. Phones 102 ' 1171 "Financial Headqucutefrs . Since 1891" Compliments of Compliments E Belk - Tyler Company TH INDUSTRIAL "Elizabeth City's Shopping Center" Elizabeth City, N. C. Compliments of Complimellts GARRETT of H A R D W A R E MR. and MRS. COMPANY Elizabeth City, N. C. JOSEPH PIACENTINO Compliments of Compliments CULPEPPER MOTOR of CGMPANY STEVENS TIRE STORE BUICK and PONTIAC Dealers FIRESTONE Telephone 306 Elizabeth City, N. C. Tires and Tubes Elizabeth City, N. C. SOUTHERN WILLIS s. WRIGHT Loan and Insurance DODGE and PLYMOUTH COITIDZHY Sales and Service Carolina Building Telephone 1123 Elizabeth City, N. C. Dodge Trucks Elizabeth City, N. C. Phone 101 Compliments of TOXEY, BERRY SL LYNCH Elizabeth City, N. C. 83ihQf'I C5 Qtrqniesgg LQABETH ClTY'N' i Compliments of FRISBY'S STUDIO "Photographs Live Forever" Miniatures Copying and Enlarging Portraits Commercial and Oil Painting CONGRATULATIONS to the Class of '43 lo., W. T. GRANT CO. "Known for Values" Compliments of LOUIS SELIG Established 1882 "Elizabeth City's Leading Jeweler" 404 E. Main Street Elizabeth City, N. C. For A Complete LINE OF FURNITURE -and- Home Furnishings -Seeg QUINN FURNITURE COMPANY 209 N. Poindexter Street Elizabeth City, N. C. RUCKER sl SHEELY Compllmems COMPANY 0 "Elizabeth City's Best Store" Inc Est. 1903 : Inc. 1911 VVh0l0S-219 We Cordially Invite You to Make Our Store Your Shopping Place F R E S H F I S H Elizabeth City, N. C. BEST W I S H E S -and- Heartiest Congratulations -to the- Senior Class -ofi I 9 4 3 O W. C. GLDVER Elizabeth City, North Carolina ALBERT T. KRAMER MUTUAL INSURANCE AGENCY Telephone 1035 Kramer Building Compliments of Bright Jewelry Co., Inc. JEWELERS Virginia Dare Hotel Building Elizabeth City, N. C. PERSONAL ...and... COMMERCIAL PRINTING THE INDEPENDENT Phone 284 Compliments of PERRY MOTOR CO. Elizabeth City, North Carolina JONES 81 TEMPLE Wholesale Dealers in TOBACCOS AND CONFECTIONS BEST WISHES O Elizabeth City Chamber of Commerce MERCHANT'S BUREAU Elizabeth City, N. C. E. S. CHESSON 8a Department Store Main Street Elizabeth City, N. C. SON REPAIRS FOR ANY MAKE BICYCLE Keys Made For Any Lock Griffin Bicycle Shop Elizabeth City, N. C. Compliments of THE FASHION SHOP Telephone 580 "Madge" Elizabeth City, N. C. Compliments of APOTHECARY SHOP Elizabeth City, N. C. Compliments of Albemarle Laundry Telephone 125 Elizabeth City, N. C. PRITCHARD SL DAVIS MEATS Phones 25 - 305 Elizabeth City, N. C. Compliments of It's AYDLETT'S THAT SATISFY!!! - Cheese Sandwich Crackers Whaley Furniture Co. --SQUARESH "The Newest Furniture Store" The favorite Of them all Where you will find many bargains and The Prgductg CO, always a Hearty Welcome Packers of Famous Foods WITH GOOD WISHES FOR E. C. H. S. -and- PRIDE IN ITS ACHIEVEMENTS P. W. Melick Company Elizabeth City, N. C. HOOPER BROS. COMPLETE OFFICE OUTFITTERS and Paper Products Va. Dare Arcade Telephone 566 Elizabeth City, N. C. - u , A Drug Store that attempts to carry out the best traditions of Pharmacy. Overman Sz Stevenson "Drugs With a Reputation" 514 E. Main Street Custom Made Clothes of Quality GEO. A. COX TAILOR Elizabeth City, N. C. Compliments of H U R D L E ' S Elizabeth City, N. C. 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