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

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Page 32 Chapter IV-Activities . . Page 54 Advertisements . . Page 96 5 ACKN LE DGM .y TS ""Q,i?AiA 'SY . ,L 1 .5 1.1. EQ 4' ACKNOWLEDGMENTS As we, the students of E.C.H.S., tell the story of our school year, we have acknowl- edgments to make. They go to our teachers, those men and women who have tried to teach us day by day those things which will help us be successes in the years to come. Their patience and understanding and their cooperation with all our activities will always be remembered. Without the faculty our story of this year could never be told. J. G. MCCRACKEN E. C. FUNDERBURK Superintendent Principal It is unusual for a school to have a superintendent and a principal as interested in the welfare of the students as Mr. McCracken and Mr. Funderburk are Mr McCracken has been with us five years and Mr. Funderburk three years. ln that time both have given generously of time and energy in order to help us solve our everyday problems and develop into useful citizens. They have shown in many ways that ch 3 are striving for a greater school. We, the student body, are proud to have two such men as these leading us. 7 COOPER CHAPPELL J. TURNER M. B. AYDLETT ROBERSON FACULTY BERTHA CooPER lvlathemzltics W Advisor, Student Council ELIZABETH CHAPPEL1. Home Economics JOHN TURNER Social Science Audio-Vision Advisor, Hi-Y, 4-H MAIKY BLANE AYlJL12TT Music Director, Glcc Clubs RUTH ROBERSON Business Advisor, Commercial Club NANClX' MIZIZKINS EULALIA TUCKIER MARY LEWIS DICKENS English French, Spanish Typing Advisor, Loudspeaker, Advisor, Arts and Quill ml Scroll Culture Clubs PAULINE MOE CLINKSCALES Social Science I-IoRTl2NsE BOOMITR MARY' GWENS Librarian Latin, Mathematics PAUL LITTLE Advisor, Beta Club, Advisor, Spotlight, Cheerleaders Industrial Arts Debaters ECHS MFIEKINS TUCKER DlclcENs BOOMER OWENS LITTLE CLINKSCALES 8 FACULTY GIiORGE BENNETT Music Band Director XVILMA FLOOD English. Dramatics Advisor, Dramatic Club ESTELLA Cox Secretary PANTPIA AYIDLETT English Advisor, Junior Red Cross Council EFFIE CIRAXVLEY English JOHN W. JOHNSON Physical Education -- Football, Baseball Coach BENNETT BOB BROOKS Physical Education Social Science Basketball Coach, Assistant Football, Baseball Coach Advisor, Boys' Monogram Club FLOOD HELEN AUsi.EY Natural Science Guidance Counselor ERMA TURNER Biology Advisor, Tri-Hi-Y COX P. AYDLFTT REBECCA WIQIBB Mathematics ROSANNA JONES Physical lfducation Advisor, Girls' Athletic Association, Girls' Monogram Club Basketball Coach 1949 QRAWLEY JOHNSON BROOKS AUSLEY E. TURNER WEBB JONES 9 ,...1 .-1-1 ,111-1 Chapfef I NDERCLASSMEN U E ji W, Xj f' Q - lu X all , B w X X I Y 1 1 r 1 lg-l, -U. D n E , if -i- V JOHN HALL . . President JEANNE PRITCHARD . . Secretary REDXVLLL Fomsrs . . Vice-President WALLACE BRUMSEY . . Treasurer Isn't it hard to believe that our first year in E.C.H.S. is almost over? Is it possible that it was only nine months ago we entered dear old E.C.H.S? Do you remember that first day when the sophomores greeted us with lots of gaudy lipstick and cheap per- fume? It. didn't take them long to have it plastered all over us. For the first few days we were a little uneasy about our courses and classrooms. Our subjects were all so new and different-Latin, science, home economics, algebra. The Student Council gave a big dance in our honor on our first Friday night at E.C.H.S. The gym was beautifully decorated and it helped us feel we were really a part of high school. In the tuberculosis essay contest we walked away with top honors,iour class members winning first and second prizes. We soon belonged to the clubs and took part in the extra-curricular activities. As we look back on freshman days in the years to come the memories of each little incident will flood over us and welll remember the good times and hard times of fresh- man days. 12 MISS OWENS7 HOME ROOM Firxf row, lvff fo rigbf: Joe Forbes, Winona Brothers, VUallace Bagley, Bill Hunt, presidentg Fileen Moore, secre- taryg Pete Overman, vice-presidentg Jo Ann Wright, treas- urerg Phoebe Ann Aydlett, A. J. Peele, Robert Bray. St'l'0IIli rout Miss Owens, Anne Mann, Joyce Raper, Jean Sawyer, Hurley Harward, Julian Sanderlin, Desmond Burgess, Mattie Olds, lileanor Bowes, Anita Mtnids, lfdward Smoak, Marshall Newbern. Thin! Voir: Janet Ferrell, Annette W'right, lldward Davis, Lindsey Hewitt, Allen Saunders, George Manos, Le Roy Cutler, Charles Hall, Carl Burgess. flfmvlf from pn'f1rr4': 'Vernon Crank, Marion Jackson, Cecilia XVilliums. MR. TURNER'S HOME ROOM - --. - -, First row, left fo right: Frances Twiddy, Bradley Bartlett, Barbara Burnham, Redwell Forbes, presidentg Skipper Hall, vice-presidentg Jeanne Pritchard, secretary, Kay Black, treasurerg Fred Parsons, Florine Bunch, George Cohoon. Second row: Mr. Turner, Shirley Baines, Morton Palmer, Billy Holloman, Shirley Jennings, Royce Harris, Wallace Brumsey, Alice Gray, Dorothy Burgess, llmogene Miller, Jack Crank. Tlvira' row: Judy Pronier, Henry Hughes, Donald Bright, Lillian Armstrong, James Lane, Bill Pipkin, Robert Sawyer, Joanna Rose, Berta Claire Parker, Annie Rowe Edwards. Absenl from j7iz'f11r'c': Henry Kight, Garland Jones. MRS. N. E. AYDLETTS HOME ROOM Firxl role, left fo rigfafz Beverly Theus, Willis Brice, Donna ,lean Burgess, Roy Askew, seeretaryg Earlene Hastings, treasurer: Phyllis Gregory, vice-president: Joe Lamb, presi- dentg Dcloris Sawyer, Dallas Perry. Sl'l'UlItl l'UlL'I Mrs. Aytllett, Doris Markham, Betty Jean Staples, Mary Elizabeth Bright, Williaiii Burgess, Curtis D. Albertson, Mono Fox, johnny Parker, Bobby Brothers, Fay Smith, Frank Gibson, Robert Dowdy. Tlzlril l'UlL'I Carol Armstrong, Ivan D, Meekins, Roy Forbes, Harry Seeley, XY'iley Page, Helen Harwarcl, Goldie Forehand, Leon Briekhouse, Myra Smith, Betty Holland Bell, Yvonne Burgess. MISS IONES' HOME ROOM Iiiril mug lwf! lr, right: Quinton Onley, Lois Lerman, Kenneth Miller, viee-president: Verna Austin, secretary: Forrest Simons, president, Amelia DePaee, treasurer, ,Ieannette Tucker, Don Meekins, lfclwarcl Cowell. Srmml Voir: Miss jones, Rita Sawyer, Phyllis Price, ,loyce Xvelstecl, lzarlene Sawyer, Miles lfvans, Curtis Pipkin, Betty Ioyee W'haley, Prank Leary, Virgie Forbes, Deloris Cahoon. Third Voir: Shirley Harris, Richard Collier, Curtis Brick- house, Bert Smith, Ray Pipkin, Duke Wliite, Harry Collier, Fred Colston, jr., Shirley Mason, Aileen Burgess, Doris Forbes. fl!7.ll'IIf fVIlHl jiirflzir: Katherine Harrison, Dorothy Lawrence. I' N Ni' li MEMORIES GF FRESI-IMEN DAYS F5 W' -QW XVcren't those happy days we spent on the Poor freshmen! Bet you won,t ever forget beach at Nags Head? that first day of school! The freshman girls get the works on It's a long, hungry wait at the line in the "initiation dayf' lunchroom each day. Are these girls posing pretty, or just We had so much fun at our first dance in acting silly? E.C.I-I.S. The Student Council gave it for us. 'W 15 7 OFFICERS BILLY PAPPILNDICK President NANNETTE SYLVESTER Vice-President CAROLYN FINCK Secretary CLAY FQRLMAN Treasurer SOPHOMQRES It was an exciting day-our first day as Sophomores of E.C.I-I.S. You see, this time we weren't on the receiving end of first day initiations. It was fun to see the "freshies" shriek and shout as we, oh, so artistically applied various shades of lipstick. How nice to no longer be the baby class of E.C.H.S. Our work in extra curricular activities increased this year. Besides belonging to all the clubs open to us we worked on the student council, The LOIltI'Sl7l'l1lQt'1', SPOTLIGHT, and the safety patrol. Some of the athletic stars came from this class and many of us were band and glee club members. Each Wednesday night at Teen Tavern we were there and at all the street dances too. We found out they were lots of fun. But everything wasn't play. We worked too. Who'd ever forget biology? I bet we'll remember those frogs and worms we dissected when we're a hundred. We struggled with Shakes- peare, too, in this our sophomore year. But despite the work, wasn't it fun? In the years to come some of our pleasantest memories will probably be of sophomore days. 16 MRS. CRAWLEY'S HOME ROOM Firxf row, left fo right: Helen McCullen, Carolyn Russell, Joe Gregory, Margaret Ann Jackson, president, Phyllis Lou Moger, vice-president, Carolyn Fink, seeretaryg Florence Meredith, treasurer, Kathleen Berry, Essie Mae james. Secomf row: Mrs. Crawley, Audrey Godfrey, Mirian Marie Jackson, Curtis Perry, Betty Carol Ryman, Charles Cuthrell, Victor Bright, William Morgan, Shirley Spruill, Madge Evans. Third rnzr: Johnny Warcl, Carwile Leroy, Robert Forbes, Billy Ray Thompson, XVirgm:1n Morrisette, Allan Ray Sawyer, Dewey Burgess, Charles Willialiis, Gilbert Davenport. A!7Sf'llf from pii'l11r4': Clarence Roughton, Marlene Deering, lfrma Sawyer. MRS. FLOOD'S HOME ROOM First row, left to riglof: Lorna Staples, Marion Askew, secretaryg Carolyn Johnson, treasurer, Sonja Tobiason, presidentg Billy Pappendiek, vice-presidentg Clara Mae Harris, Maxie Owens, Harriett Jennings, Venona Long, Sally Sedgewiek. Second row: Mrs. Flood, Patricia Austin, Doris Harris, Doris Morgan, Rita Gray, jane Singletary, Bill Sawyer, Edith Smith, Gladys Marie Kight, Marie Berry, Carolyn Gilden, Delores Stone. Tbiril mir: Snooks Evans, Alton Dunbar, Van Umphlett, Leslie Thompson, Warren Jennette, Gilbert Spitzer, Elbert Rhodes, Melick Williaiims. Abreu! from fJfl'fIll'l'C June Phyllis Cole. MISS TUCKER'S HOME ROOM l l Ifirif mug lvff io rigfyl: Charlotte Brockwell, Tim Squires, Cynthia Ward, Patsy Pool Pappendick, president, Jimmy Wallace, secretary, jimmy Prescott, vice-president, Barbara Ray Roughton, treasurer: Signe Tobiason, Lois Armstrong, Raburn Cohoon. Seroml role: Miss Tucker, Rose Price, Mary Tarkington, Nora Hughes, Patricia Miller, Ann Burgess, Edith Riggs, ,limes Bell, Frank Spitzer, Delo'es Gaskins, Ray Burgess, Thomas White, Wendell Hartley. Tluiril row: Vernon Burgess, Lem Blades, Donald Bennett, Henry Ownley, Arthur Leary, Robert Drake, Billy Spencer, jim Kern, George jewel, Charles Brown, Don Etheridge, Norman Brickhouse. 1T!7Xl'IIf from flirflzref Doris Garrett. MRS, TURNER'S HOME ROOM lfiizil mu.', lwff fo rigfnf: Ida Melelle Gallop, julian Lane, Clay Foreman, president: Nannette Sylvester, secretary, Marvourleen W'inslow, treasurerg Mack Fletcher, Selma W'inslow, ,Iulian Selig, Llr. Srrumf mu: Mrs. Turner, Lois Spence, Billy Jennette, Billy Liverman, Clyde Voliva, Gordon Miller, George Scott, Robert Rhodes, Daisy Benton, Mary Elizabeth Eulcher, Wiliiia Speight, Lessie james. Tfairrl rout Agnes Rohanna, Angela Poulos, Ann Winfree, William Beacham, Taylor Hines, Jack Whitehurst, joseph McPherson, Harry Umphlett, Axie Davis. Abxenf from pir1'urz': Janet Daniels, vice-president. MEMORIES CDF SOPHCDMQRE DAYS fi?" we ft . U..-nw: .-A., Those football games during physical ed. Ummm! It certainly looks good-,specially are almost like the real thing. after waiting so long. Miss Tucker's room tells us about the Didn't We have a wonderful time at beginning of Thanksgiving. Patsy's party! We were so proud of our Junior Red Cross Who would ever guess that dissected frogs exhibit. could cause so much excitement? 19 Chapter II IUNIORS S .. f-.5 ,.. U ? A 5 .0 mmmwy1fffn111ffy11,,,,,,Z Wig, f JUNIOR 2 BM! - CARNIVAL 2 l XX f A I f N 0 lllbld 001.4 g K Q X :X 2 Y X' I . X ' Af Huh R I N ' ki J' 4 f 7 'x ' X 5 Y x MV y l 1 l , f lt X Ny N X X v Kg V :W XX . K uw ,. f A KW ' fy gl-5---, JZ 4- l' ,,.-1 , A- -- A ' !,. I X, . . it 1 li if 4-., Y I - 2' -- 4 ' ' f ' f li' Y I E.E l PAUL STEVENSON . President KATHARIN'E Woo1uLEi' . . Secretary NEIL HENDFRSON Vice-President NANCY DAWSON . . Treasurer At the end of our junior year we look back over a very bright and happy three years of E.C.H.S. life. It seems only yesterday when we were the green little freshmen in the midst of a new faculty, new school, new friends and new subjects. XVe remember vividly that sophomore year. After all, who could forget that daily bout with biology? Then at last the memorable junior year cameg we became the upperclassmen. W'e gave a junior play that was hard work but so much fun! Then we gave the traditional junior carnival, and made it bigger and gayer than ever before. Finally, we topped everything by honoring the seniors at the biggest event of the year, the junior- senior banquet and dance. This was the year when we were asked to join the honor clubs and received their initiations. But the seniors were rather nice to us and they weren't so bad. Our activities, curricular and extra- curricular, kept us busy every minute but we loved it. That's what made junior days so much fun. Our memories of this year are wonderful ones, but won't we be glad when next year comes and at last we become seniors. 22 Mary Ammeen, Eva Anderson, Charles Hamilton Armstrong, Robert Askew, Trim Aydlett, Jr., Olive Ballance Moody Basnight, Betty Jean Bell, Horace Bell, Mary Laura Brockwell, Thelma Brzycki, Geneva Bunch, Alice Bray, Yvonne Brice, Shirley Brickhouse Margaret Carolyn Burgess, Willis Burgess, Charles Butler Barbara Byrd, Bobby Byrum, Joan Carter, 23 Bruce Cartwright, Eugene Chory, Anne Cobb Helen Elizabeth Coley, jimmy Corbett, Millard Lee Cox, ' Thomas Cox, Nellie Creath, Charles Creekmore Alton Cupples, Virginia Curles, Freda Daniel, Sam Elliot, Carolyn Fletcher, Barbara Jean Forbes, Betty Godfrey, Patricia Gosting, Ben Gray, 24 Nancy Dawson, Irving Dean, Gladys Dozier Everett. Forbes, Sim Forbes, Wildon Forbes Carroll Gray, Laura Harris, Preston Harris r' i ulx 49' 19? Thomas Harris, Delbert Harrison, Franklin Harrison, Bettie Harrison, Lota Leigh Harrison, Neil Henderson. Alice Hobbs, Marietta Hooper, Essie Mae Hoover, Don Horton, Fred Houtz, Connie Hunt. Rita Fay Hussey, Frances James, Ann Jennings, Florence Jennings, Lee Jones, Jean R. Jordan. L. A. Kemp, Ted Kemp, Jr., Barbara Kecherson, . ' Edna King, Charles Koch, Bobby Kramer. 25 Y ps Clarence Lassiter, Betty Jane Leary, Rosa Lee Litchfield, James Liverman, Walter Ray Mann, Porta Lee McPherson Francetta Miller, Margaret Miller, Vivian Miller, Ashton Morgan, Inez Needham, Joan Needham Barbara O'Neal, Vernon Onley, Betty Ray Outlaw, Donald Owens, Marie Pipkin, Harold Pritchard Martin Bell Rhodes, Ruby Mae Riggs, Carolyn Roughton, Kenneth Roughton, Shirley Sanderlin, Clarence Sanders 26 Carolyn Sawyer, Frances Sawyer, Jane Sawyer, ' Margaret Sawyer, H. L. Sears, Jr., Mattie Lee Simpson Doris Ann Smith, Katherine Smith, Mason Smith, Robert Temple, Edward Tarkington, Lorene Stone, Sarah Louise Whaley, Joyce NVard, Douglas Ward, Thadas Smith, Lester Spruill, Maxine Stanley Betty Stone, Paul Stevenson, Luther Staples Gretchen Voeth, Geraldine Upton, Chloe Terrell 27 .4642 ' K' William G. Whaley, Jr., Audrey White, Elgin W. White, Sanford Whitehurst, Shirley Whitehurst, Warren Wilcox Douglas Winslow, Jacqueline Wood, Katharine Woodley, Marvelane Wright, Howland XVright Juniors whose pictures do not appear: Julian R. Arnold Don Austin Bobby Basnight Dewey Berry J. K. Brock Raymond Davis Theodore Wilson 28 Wilfred Forbes Bobby Jordan Margaret Lawrence Brock McMullan T. S. Owens Charles Tucker JUNIOR PLAY CAST Firs! row, Ivfi fo rigbf: Smith, XVilcox, Henderson, Wood, SZTOIIKI row: HOUIZ, GOSUUS, Voerh. MillCf, TQYMHSYOI1. Wlqglgy, Brock, Crggfh, Outlaw, Hunt, Corbett, Jennings, Mrs. Flood, directorg Stevenson. This year's junior play drew one of the largest and most appreciative audiences ever to attend a class play. The play, Dorff Taka' My Penny, was a hilarious comedy that kept everyone laughing. The class received much praise for its good work. IUNIOR PLAY STAFF l First? l'0lL', left fo rigbi: Morgan, Cupples, Stone, Mrs. Sc'c'01lJrnu': Stanley, Godfrey, AI. Sawyer, Leary, C. Sawyer Ausley, technical advisor, Hooper, Coley, Roughton. Burgess, Bray, Needham, Simpson, M. Sawyer, Miller, Jordan Harrison. 29 Everybody loves 1 handsom face, eh Bill? The gay Christmas decorations in Miss Tucker's room make us want to play instead of study Teen Tavern on Wfcdnesday night is so much fun NVe cheer E.C.H.S. to another basketball victory. IU IOR DAYS Oh well, after awhile we,ll learn to type. Look at physical ed. girls. Have you ever seen the like? Could this be the hard working backstage staff of the junior play? It's nice to have cokes in the old hangout after the big game. Chapter III SENIORS I 'v , I n 6 X ' , ' XFN- f .a I I I Il I 1 1 ' I 1 4 f I mx q mt ., ,E yi: I f X 1 NN U S , , if xi 451 I X ff l I I Q if If H x M, A ' 1 I I ' NWQII If 1 If f Q' f I I, J W 1 if , I I If f r f -ma5m..,,m2if' Hf tlf ul 1 al ' :EEiiifvnnmi!!5Qiiiffafffgiqfiiissssi.. 'fu x Fr A x E. 7f'JI'f'Il 5 "jim XII , , y f w 1 f 1 Z W 1 RUDY MEEIQINS President VIRGINIA HALL Vice-President VIVIAN SAWYER Secretary MERRITT I-IooPER Treasurer SE IORS June, 1949, and here are we, the senior class, slowly and nervously walking across the stage to receive our diplomas. It is a big moment, the climax of five years of work and fun in E.C.H.S'. We remember the first year as green little eighth graders. That first day was strange and different and if it hadnit been for the safety patrol and sympathetic teachers we,d probably have given up then and there. But we learned, and soon our first three years of being incon- sequential little underclassmen passed and the impossible was accomplished. We were actually juniors. Junior life was more fun and our days more crowded. We joined honor societies and clubs. Our athletes made the varsity teams, our musicians became band and glee club officers. Among the never-to-be-forgotten events of the year were the junior play, junior carnival, and the junior- senior banquet and dance. At last the day arrived-September 16, 1948. Didn't it feel funny to walk up the senior walk that first time? That first chapel program with everyone standing when we entered made us know that we werenit just dreaming but we were really seniors. We headed the Student Council, the publi- cations, and the clubs. What fun to be a senior! Now it's almost over and the memories are all that's left, but oh what pleasant memories they are. CHARLES BENNETT ALTJERMAN Amusing dry humor and very cute. He's always follow- ing "Sugie" like Maryls little lamb. Snow Hill High School I, Zg H. R. Vice-President 43 H. R. President S, Safety Patrol 4, 55 Football 4g Hi-Y S3 Glee Club Z HORACE AMES Happy were those early days, but I think itls over, so says Horace of his school days. Then I'll spend all my time at The Daily Advance. GARLAND ANDERSON An all round athlete in basketball, baseball, and foot- ball. Garland is a grand guy. Football 4, 5, Basketball 4, S5 Baseball 4, SQ Hobby Club Ig Ttnnis Club 1. PATRICIA ANN AYDLETT This pretty girl is like a melody and we like the melody she plays. Patriotic Club 1, 2, Band 1, 2, 33 Junior Red Cross 2, 3, Secretary 35 Class Treasurer 3, H. R. President 3, 45 Beta Club 4, S, Tri-Hi-Y 4, Sg Sergeant-at-Arms 59 Junior Play Cast 4, Marshal 4, Glee Club 3, 4, 55 Student Council 4, S5 Quill and Scroll 43 Lozldsjwealeer Staff 4. FREIBA MAE BACON This blond lass hails from Georgia. She has a yen for business school, even though she doesn't like shorthand. Bradwell Institute 1, 2, 3, Home Economics Club 2, 35 4-H Club, Treasurer 21 Cheerleader 2, Dramatic Club 43 Commercial Club S. MARY SUE BAGLEY Smiles a plenty and cheerfulness is from Sue to everyone she meets. Tennis Club lg Band 1, 2, 33 Dancing Club lg H. R. Secretary 1, 3: Sfmfligbl Staff 3, 4, 55 Business Manager 55 Glee Club 43 H. R. Treasurer 4g Tri-Hi-Y 4, S, Treasurer S5 Quill and Scroll 4, 5, Dramatic Club 4g Junior Play Staff 43 Library Staff 55 Cheer- leader S. SIGMA BARNETT Cute, slow and drawls out all his words, Sigma is our southern gentleman of the Senior Class. Hobby Club lg Tennis Club lg H. R. Secretary 13 Football S. BARBARA ALICE BARTLETT She's vice-president of the Commercial Club. One look ai this bright eyed, lively stepping girl makes everyone pull back his shoulders and smile. Community Sing Club lg Dancing Club lg Commercial Club S3 Vice-President S. JEAN BEASLEY If sweet smiles were money Jean would be a millionaire, We are glad Manns Harbor is sharing her with us. Manns Harbor High School 1, 2, 3g Dramatic Club 4g Commercial Club 5. DOROTHY PAULINE BRADSHAXV Pee Wee's got that toothpaste smile along with all her other beauty spots. Sparkle is her synonymn. Class Secretary lg Dramatic Club 1, 2, 43 Band 2, 3, 4, S5 Junior Play Staff 43 Dancing Club 35 Sjmffigbf Staff 4, S5 Beta Club 4, Sq Treasurer 4g Marshal 45 H. R. Vice President 4. LEON BRAY Belcross' answer to A maiden's prayer in the form of Leon Bray-a knight in rusty armorvithatas he. Dancing Club 25 Baseball 35 Football 4, S5 Glee Club 3, S. VIVIAN PAY BRINSON Give us your formula for finding so much time to loaf. Bet you'll brcevu through life and make it just one big fling. Etiquette Club lg Patriotic Club 1, 2, 3, 43 Dancing Club 2, Glee Club 4, S, Library Staff S. ALMA JEAN BROTHERS This familiar figure on the L01za'spz'akvr staff is never seen Without her chewing gum. Band Z, 3, 4, Marshal 4g Lozzffspcakei' Staff 4, 5, Quill 236 Scroll 5, President S3 Beta Club 4, S3 Patriotic Club 3, 4g Dramatic Club 2, 3, Junior Play Cast 4, H. R. Secretary 45 Student Council 35 Senior Scribbler S. JOYCE BROWN English tests are no worry to her. She's smart, but look at those little imps of mischief in her eyes. Community Sing Club lg Dancing Club lg Band 1, 2, 33 Student Council 2, 3, 45 Sfzofligbt Staff 3, 4, S4 Beta Club 4, Sq Tri-Hi-Y 4, ig Quill and Scroll 4g Glee Club 4, S5 Marshal 4. DEMPSEY BURGESS Wheii "Dcmp" is around there is never a dull moment even when he is asleep. He has many listeners to his snoring which doesn't bother anyone but the teacher. JEAN BURGESS Look out! She's a red head with a fiery temper. You'd never know the Charleston the way she has it disguised. She has that shorthand bug too. Shiloh High School lg Commercial Club S. JOE BUTLER If ever there was a sports lover here he is. He makes a good showing in football especially. He sends the girls like he does the ball. H. R. President 25 Tennis Club 25 Football 2, 3, 45 Baseball 25 Monogram Club 2, 3, 45 Glee Club S. AUDREY CAHOON She's an Old Trapper and everyone thinks she's tops in looks and books. Shiloh High School 15 Commercial Club 55 Senior Scribbler S. JEAN CARTER Meet Philadelphia. She's new in E.C.H.S. but she makes friends quickly. And why not-with blond curls and the cutest grin. Glen-Nor High School 1, 2, 3, 45 Y-Teens Club 3, 45 Softball 4, Manager 45 Hockey 3, 45 Basketball 3, 45 Tennis 35 Newspaper Staff 45 Tri-Hi-Y S. GROVER CARTXVRIGHT "Carty,' is the people's choice as a candidate for the title of regular fellow. Watch him. He'll be a winner. Spotlighf Staff 3, 45 H. R. Vice President 25 Patriotic Club 15 junior Play Cast 4. ROBERT CARTWRIGHT An ace at playing basketball and an ace with the girls. He is not a very talkative guy unless he is with his girl, whose name we'll keep a secret. Weeksville 1, 25 Safety Patrol S. SARA ANN COHOON A swell senior hailing from Columbia, she is a little silly but has brains. Columbia 1, 2, 35 Beta Club 3, 4, S5 Tri-Hi-Y S5 Glee Club 2, 35 Audio-Visual 45 Class Secretary 15 Dramatic Club 3. HELEN MARIE COHOON Being level headed, dependable, considerate, and sweet is a mighty lot of punch for one gal to have. We think you're okay, Helen. Tennis Club 15 Patriotic Club 1, 2, 35 Commercial Club 5. ANN L. CHORY Heaven knows she's not an angel and we know she's not an imp. She strikes that happy medium and that's good enough for us. Etiquette Club 15 Community Sing Club 15 Lozzdspcaker staff S5 Spoflight Staff 45 Arts and Culture Club 4, 55 President S5 G.A.A. 4, S, Vice President 4, Softball Manager 55 Junior Play Staff 45 Dramatic Club 55 Girls' Basketball 5. mm. 533 LEOLA CROCKER Even tcmper and amicable disposition mark her as the girl people just naturally like. Smooth going, Leola! Richards High School 1, 2, 33 Aurora Latin Club lg Glee Club 13 Band 1, 2. ETHEL MARIE CUTRELL We have a girl with red hair and green eyes. Fire ball Currell is what we call her. Her laugh would startle a ghost. Shiloh High School lg Commercial Club S3 Dramatic Club S. MOLLIE ANN CUTI-IRELL Men prefer blondes so they say and Mollie proves that the rule is definitely right. H. R. Treasurer 2, Sgcretary 33 Dancing Club 2, 33 Band 2, 3, 4, 53 Dramatic Club 4, S3 L0mI'speakz'r Staff S. BETTY MARIE CUTLER Betty is quiet but is always ready to make friends with everyone she knows. Central High School 1, Z, 3g 4-H Club 1, 23 Cheer- leader 33 Dramatic Club 43 G.A.A. S, Secretary S3 Commercial Club S. MARLENE RITA DAVIS She's tall and quite terrific. If you want anything done call on Marlene. Claude A. Swanson High School 1, 23 Bowling Club 23 H. R. Treasurer 43 Dramatic Club S3 Cwlee Club 5. GLA MAE DIcI4ERsoN Diminutivc lass with the sparkling eyes, you're our tiniest girl but you make up for your size with your big friendly smiles. Dancing Club 13 Commercial Club S. BARBARA HELEN DYI-IRBERG Now here is a girl who knows her Spanish and she's a good girl too 'cause she leads the Tri-Hi-Y. Dancing Club lg Dramatic Club lg Boosters' Club 23 Junior Red Cross 3. 43 Beta Club 4, S5 Quill and Scroll 43 Tri-Hi-Y 4, 5, President S3 Spofligbl Staff 4, Sq junior Play Cast 4g Marshal 4. CHARLES FERRELL Six feet plus of this likable chap. Teachers should ap- preciate that from him there's never a whisper. A true dignified senior, may your life hold the best. Hobby Club 2. MARGUERITE BERNICE FORBES Here's a big girl with a big heart. She hands out typing paper all the time and never says a word. Billie has a smile and a "hello" for everyone. Shiloh High School lg Commercial Club 5. WILLAM R. FOREHAND His name isn't William, it's Pee Wee. It's a misnomer though, cause he's tall and straight as a poplar. He is popular too, especially with the ladies. Shiloh High School 1. WILLIAM EDWARD GARD It's not that he's dumb, it's just that he knows nothing. Gumpis the likeable kind anyhow. Glee Club 3, Sq Football 4, 5g Baseball 3, 4, S3 H. R. Vice President 5, Boosters' Club 1. JAMES GRAY He runs the movie projector for all classes. Being president of the Hi-Y makes him scurry about school. Dancing Club Ig Travelers' Club lg H. R. Secretary 33 Hi-Y 4, S, President Sq Audio-Visual Club 4, President 43 Junior Play Staff 45 Spotlight Staff 5. MARVIN GRAY School athlete but the homeroom's comedian. Watch out for the Student Council's money. Hobbsville High School 1, Travelers, Club lg Tennis Club 1, Monogram Club 3, 4, Sg Football 3, 4, SQ H. R. President 3g Hi-Y 55 Student Council 5, Treasurer S. JOSEPH HALES If you Wander into the library third period and find a tall dark boy, quiet and friendly, then you're seeing Joe Hales. Hobby Club Ig Etiquette Club lg Baseball 2, Travelers' Club 1. VIRGINIA FLORA HALL Jumping joy girl Hall meets everyone with a "ducky" greeting. Travelers, Club 15 Patriotic Club Ig Student Council 1, 35 Debater 4g Cheerleader 4, S5 Tri-Hi-Y 4, Sq Beta Club 4, S5 Sergeant-at-Arms Sg Band 2, 35 Lozzdspeakef' Staff 4g Junior Play Staff 45 H. R. Treasurer 1, President 2, Vice President S. JOEL B. HARRELL Captain of the band and very popular with the girls. He dances his way into their hearts. Band 1, 2, 3, 4, S, Sergeant 4, Captain 53 Glee Club 1, 3, 4, S3 Boosters' Club 2g Dancing Club 35 H. R. Vice Presi- dent lg Loudspeaker Staff S. GENEVA LEE HARRIS Ray! Rah! Geneva! You surely can cheer. Brighter than ll star you-ll always shine. Kitty Hawk High School I, 2, Junior Red Cross 3, H. R. President 4, Treasurer S5 Marshal 4, Beta Club 4. 5, Secretary Sq Cheerleader S, Loznfxprakei' Staff ig Tri-Hi-Y S3 Dramatic Club 4. ADELAIDE DUNSTAN HARRISON "Laide" is always smiling or laughing. Whenever you need cheering up call her. Fayetteville High School 1, 25 Bull Peep Staff lg Library Staff lg Safety Patrol lg Journalism Club 25 Dramatic Club 25 Boosters' Club 23 H. R. Vice-President 2, Glee Club 1, 2g junior Red Cross Council 2, 3, 4, S, Vice President 3, President 4, S3 Spotlight Staff 4, Ethics Club 3, Band 4, S, Staff Sergeant S. JOANNE HARWARD Another blonde with bounce and zing is this girl who's a twin to boot. Temperamental, ain't she? Patriotic Club 1, 2, Dancing Club 1, 25 Band 4, 5, H. R. Treasurer 4, Secretary S. JOE HARWARD Stringbean Harward is quite the guy in the ladies' eyes. He's not their man though . . . yet. H. R. Vice-President 1, 2, Hobby Club lg Tennis Club lg Safety Patrol Sg Student Council S, Hi-Y 55 jayvee Foot- ball 3, 45 Varsity 5. CHARLES HASRETT Cute and unsurpassed in anything he does. H. R. Treasurer lg Travelers' Club I, Secretary-Treasurer lg Etiquette Club 1, 2, Vice-President 2g Patriotic Club Z, 3, 4, President 43 Band 2, 3, 4, S5 Dancing Club 2, 3: -Iunior Red Cross 2, 3, Treasurer 2: Student Council 2, 4, S, Vice President 4, President ig H. R. Treasurer 3, Lonel- X17l'lIkl'I' Staff 4, S, Hi-Y 43 Beta Club 4, S5 Quill and Scroll S5 Marshal 43 Junior Play Cast 4: Safety Patrol S. ONEITA MARIE HASTINGS Camden has some smart nice girls, but here is one of the best. She may be quiet but quite a girl. Glee Club 1, 3, 4g Patriotic Club l, 2, 33 Dancing Club lg Community Sing Club 1-g Junior Reel Cross 35 Commercial Club 4, S, Secretary 5. PAULINE HASTINGS Likcable and fun, her dependability can be measured by the yards. Band 1, 2, 3, 4, ig Patriotic Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Dancing Club 1, 2, Treasurer 2, Spotlight Staff 4, ig Quill and Scroll 4, Beta Club 4, S. CHARLES HODGES Bob Feller, E.C.H.S. style, is Charles. Not only is he superior on the mound but in our opinions too. We like his charm- ing Southern drawl. Baseball 1, 2, 33 Monogram Club l, 2, 3. RETTA HOOPER Chatter! Chatter! Sparkle! Sparkle! Hear her chatter about Frank and that diamond. Band I, 2, 3, 4, Sq Dancing Club 2, 3, Secretary 23 Patriotic Club l, 2, 3g Class Secretary 4g Student Council 43 Dramltic Club 43 I.r1J1Jipmki'r Staff 53 Commercial Club ig Libfary Staff ig Community Sing Club lg Tennis Club l, MERRITT ANIJSRSON HOOPEIR, JR. Pity teacher, pity clasimltes, when Hooper finds some- thing funny. That lugh! But he still has lots of pals. Band 1, 2, 3, 4, ig Dlncizig Club 1, 33 Etiquette Club lg Dramatic Club 4g H. R. Vice-President S5 Class Treasurer S: Safety Patrol ig Hi-Y S. CEQILIA HUBBARD You nity recognize her by her favorite expression- "My, my, my, m ', you are the sweetest oney'-Teeni: is iust the girl to get along with. Glue Club 2, 3, 4, Sg Dramaii: Club 2, 3, 4. BETTY BRYANT JACKSON A quiet girl from Camd n County is a novelty but Bctty's always busy and h:sn't time for talking. Week- ends she mxkfs up for lost time. Shiloh High School lg G.A.A. 4, S. MARY JENNINGS Never a dull moment with Mary near. Always using that big mouth-but- -never say study to her. Alexander Park High School lg Dramatic Club 4, Secretary 4g Jayvee Basketball 4g G.A.A. S5 Basketball Manager S. BARBARA JONES Singing, dancing, smiles and gaiety constitute "B" Jones' menu. She's another of our cheerleaders. Cvlee Club I, 2, 3, 4, 5, Vice-President 55 Cheerleader 1, Z, 3, 4, Sq Boosters' Club lg Student Council 2, 3, 55 Lozzzlxpwilzw' Staff 2, 34 Junior Red Cross Z, 3, Presi- dent Z, 3. WILDA HARRIS JONES XVilda's career has been decided for over a year. You see, she,s already tied the knot. Boosters' Club 15 Dancing Club lg Glee Club 4, 5, Secretary Sq Library Staff S. IDA KAY JORDAN Editor Jordan's memorial lives on in The Lozzalxpnzlzzfr. Band 1, 2, 3, 4, S, lst Lieutenant S5 Tri-Hi-Y 4, 5, Vice-President ig Quill and Scroll Sg Loudspeaker Staff 4, S, Editor-in-Chief Sg Dancing Club 1, 35 Hobby Club lg Photography Club 33 Audio-Visual 4. awf ROSE JOYNER Rosie, you are our posie-what a bouquet she would make! When she rolls those eyes Weeksville folks roll their cars. Patriotic Club l, Z, 3: Dancing Club I, 2, Band 2, 3, 4. Sq Dramatic Club 4, L01l!I'Xl7l'dlil'l' Staff 4, S. HUBERT KIGHT Hubertls the boy with the brain-filled head. But when he's embarrassed how his ears get red. Shiloh High School Ig Glee Club 2, 3, 49 Hi-Y S, H. R. Treasurer 2. GEORGE FRANK KOCH, jR. Koch is a tall, curly-haired guy with many a girl admirer. He never has time for them all but he tries. Hobby Club lg Travelers' Club 1. GRACE MURLENE LAMB Vivacious, friendly and very pretty describes E.C.H.S,s. chief maforette. H. R. Secretary-Treasurer 25 Basketball 2, 3, 4, 53 Band 2, 3, 4, S, Head Majorette S3 Dancing Club 33 Monogram Club 3, 4, S, Vice-President 4g Commercial Club S. MARY BLADES LOVE Blonde, blue eyes and oodles of fun. Always around where there is a crowd having fun. She's our songbird, too. Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, Dancing Club 1, Library Staff 4, Dramatic Club 3, 4, Junior Play Cast 4. BUNCH MCPHERSON As captain of our football team he has done a wonderful job. Football 2, 3. 4, S, Co-Captain S3 Monogram Club 2, 3, 4, 5. NORMA RAE MCPHERSON Little but mighty is this girl. Mighty loud and mighty energetic. Rae likes the wrong side of the field in speed- ball. H. R. Treasurer S5 Commercial Club S, President S3 junior Play Cast 4, Shiloh High School 1. ELVA RAE MANN A product of the Dare County beach, she's quite a mouse, cute as a kitten, shy as a little lamb. You see, everyone knows Elva Rae's a perfect dear. Mann's Harbor High School 1, 2. CLIFTON C. MEADS A member of the Hi-Y Club and a brilliant guy in chemistry and all the other subjects too, he's sometimes known as "Weeksville." Tennis Club lg Patriotic Club 1, 2, 3, 4g Hi-Y S. RUDY BRYAN MEERINS What would the senior class and Sue do Without President Meekins? Hobby Club 1, Etiquette Club Ig Dancing Club 3g Jayvee Football 3, 45 Varsity 5, Class President S4 H. R. President S5 Student Council 4g Junior Play Staff 4. WILFORD MIDGET'F He hails from Manteo and is a very quiet guy with a brillant mind. You can recognize him by his truck which hc always drives. Manteo High School 1, 2, 3, 4. DORIS MAE MORRIS Weeksville has a fine crop of girls this year and here is thc top of them all. Weeksville High School 1, 2, Commercial Club 4, S, Treasurer 55 Glee Club 4, SQ 4-H Club 4, S, Secretary 1, President 2. SETH NEEDHAM Another quiet, dependable, senior gent, Scth's interested in football, baseball and girls. Shiloh High School lg Jayvce Baseball 43 klayvee Football S. JACK OVERMAN Tall, lean, and lanky, he's always around. If itls help you're needing just yell out for Jack. Travelers' Club lg Dancing Club 15 Band 2, 3. 4, S, 2nd Lieutenant ig Dramatic Club 45 Student Council ig Hi-Y S. MELVIN SANVYER OWENS He's tops with all the gals and a star on our football squad. Hobby Club lg Tennis Club lg Dancing Club lg Basketball 4, ig Baseball 3, 4, S, Football 4, S5 Audio-Visual 4, Vice President 4, Safety Patrol 1, 2, 3, 4g Glce Club S5 H. R. Treasurer 33 Junior Play Cast 3. JIMMY PARKER "Parker,' really gets around this town. Hc's dated almost all the popular girls of our beloved city' and he is a super guy' Travelers' Club lg Tennis Club lg Commercial Club 4. I I x DORIS MARIE PERRY Hardworking gal, vivacious and cute,--youlll be a Iiit, whatever you do. Travelers' Club 1, Z3 Dancing Club 1, 23 H. R. President 2, 33 junior Red Cross 2, 3, 43 Glee Club 2, 3, 43 Class Treasurer 43 Sfwofligbl Staff 3, 4, S3 Beta Club 43 Tri-Hi-Y 4, S, Chaplain S3 Quill and Scroll 4, S, Treasurer S3 Junior Play Staff 4. HENRIETTA PRITCHARD Your fingers fly swiftlyg your pencil races by. You'll soon be sitting on the boss' knee as his secretary. Dancing Club l, 23 Travelers' Club 1, 23 Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4, S3 Commercial Club 4, S, Secretary 4g I,o1nlx1n'ukI'I' Staff SQ Dramatic Club 3. STEVE PUGH Tall, dark, and handsome are old words but they really fit this boy. He's smart too. Class President 13 Student Council 3, 4, S, Secretary 33 Football 3, 4, S3 Marshal 43 Patriotic Club 4, Vice-President 4g Hi-Y 4, 5, Secretary SQ Beta Club 4, 53 Monogram Club 3, 4, 5. JAMES RABY Blond wavy hair and a shutterbug too, no wonder Sir james keeps the gals on the run. Spotlight Staff 2, 3, 4, S3 Hi-Y SQ H. R, Secretary 43 Dancing Club 23 Dramatic Club 2, 3, 4. JANICE FAYE RABY Brains plus drive make her grand when she's on your side, but a terrible opponent. Travelers' Club 13 Tennis Club 13 Photography Club 33 junior Red Cross 33 Lomlspeakrr Staff 4, SQ Safety Patrol S3 Quill and Scroll S3 Beta Club 4, S, Vice-President S. ALICE REID When you see a gay and laughing crowd, you can be sure Alice is the center of attraction. Some attractive powers she has, Travelers' Club I3 Dancing Club 1, 33 Dramatic Club 4, S: Lollifxfwzzkel' Staff S. WILLAM O. Ross Billy is a well known person in the chemistry lab. I-le's :lways trying something new. H. R. Treasurer lg Etiquette Club 13 Dramatic Club 2, 3: Photography Club 3, President 33 Basketball 33 LOIll1XfJf'lIlZl'I' Staff 3g Glee Club 3, 4g junior Play Staff 43 Band 1, 2, 3, 4, S, Staff Sergeant S3 Hi-Y 4, S. JEANNE RYAN Laugh your blues away is the motto of Jeanne. She laughs with the world, and when she cries she does it alone. Travelers' Club I3 Dancing Club 2, 33 Student Council 43 l.umlxp1'ukr'r Staff 4, S. GRAHAM SANDERS Fat boy's shaminaking around is going to be missed- yes, sir, he's a real gone guy. Wasliington High School 1, 25 Student Council I, 2, 3, Trtnsurcr 35 Beta Club 33 H. R. Vice President 2, 4. Secretary S3 Journalism Club 2, 3: Class President 4g Football 4: Hi-Y 3, 4g Monogram Club 4, S. ANN WHALEY SAW-'YER Shc's a succeeding girl . . . she never fails. Sh: is quiet in appearance but can she raise "heck." H. R. Secretary 1, 2, 3, S5 Travzlrs' Club I, 2: Com- munity Sing Club lg Class Secretary 2, 3: G. A. A, 3, Secretary 33 Glee Club Sq Sfmffigglzf Staff Sq Tri- Hi-Y S, Quill and Scroll S. VIVIAN SAXVYER Ex's mark her papers and personality. She is secretary of the senior class. Shiloh High School lg Dramatic Club 4g .lunior Play Staff 4, Spolligbl Staff Sq Tri-Hi-Y Sg H. R. Trea.ur:r Sq Class S cretary S, Quill and Scroll S. WALTER SAWYER If you wonder why :ll the city girls want to ride on the country bus just take a look at Walte:'. H. R. President lg Patriotic Club lg Student Council 2g 4-H Club 4, S, President 4, Hi-Y Club 4, S, Vice President S. BETTY Lou SELIG Giggles, cheering and brainy describes Betty Lou. Dancing Club 1, 29 Dramatic Club 1, 2, Vice President lg Band 1, 2, 3, 43 Lozulxpeaker Stuff 3, 4: Glee Club 4, Sg H. R. President 3, 45 Patriotic Club 4, Secretary 43 Beta Club 4, 55 Quill and Scroll 5, Chaplain Sq Student Council 1, ig Chief Marshal 4g Cheerleader S. JEAN CAROLYN SHANNONHOUSE To us jean can never be old. Not with that eternal light on her head. Her fire red hair we mean. Hobby Club Ig Dancing Club lg H. R. Treasurer 2, Patriotic Club 4, Junior Red Cross 34 Lvzlifxfwzwlkef' Staff 25 Spofligbf Staff 4, ig G. A. A. ig Senior Serib- bler S. WILLIAM WALSTON SHARBER just why does "Shaker" go to Sandy Hook down Sf1i'fh wayg ask Vivian. She thinks he is the best guy in high school and almost everyone else does too. Hobby Club lg Etiquette Club l. CAROLE MACON SHEAN "Sugie" is the right name for the sweetest senior and one of E.C.H.S's. high stepping ponies. Dancing Club 1, 23 Boosters' Club lg H. R. Vice Presi- dent 2, 4, Sq Dramatic Club 49 Photography Club 45 Band 4, S. Q' 'ICN- 5' fel fb 4 ,SJ Xr, Mi- , f . 'fl ,11- , I X li iff! -I LL K "L4 T ' inc... ffxslfza BARBARA ANNE SMITH Everyone knows Babs. She's the slow, quiet talker who edits this masterpiece. H. R. Treasurer 33 Student Council 25 Scribblers' Club lg Junior Red Cro-ss 2, 3, Secretary 2g Quill and Scroll 4, 5, Beta Club 4, SQ Tri-Hi-Y 4, SQ Debater 43 Marshal 4g Spofligbf Staff 3, 4, S, Editor-in-Chief S5 Library Staff S5 Senior Scribbler 5. STERLING SMITH Lots of brains and he's nice looking too, girls. Patriotic Ciub lg Student Council 1, 4, S, Treasurer 4g Roosevelt High School 2, 3, Vice-President 3, Beta Club 4, 5, President ig Hi-Y S, Treasurer SQ Junior Play Cast 4g Baseball 4, S5 Jayvee Football 3, 4, Varsity S. BILL ERITTON SUMNER Personality plus mzkis hirn the drcamiest boy of all- his looks don't hurt a bit either. Robersonville High School lg Tennis Club lg Travelers' Club lg H. R. President 2, 4, 5, Vice President 35 Football 3, 4g B:sketb-ll 3, 49 Patriotic Club 4, Treasurer 4, Glee Club Sq Student Council S, Sergeant-at-Arms S. DOIKOTHX' SXVINDELL Scattcrbrain is she, but a true band member through and through. Oh, yes, the sings and bangs a piano too. Musical eh? , Band 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, First Lieutenant Sg Dancing Club 2, 3g Patriotic Club 3, 4, Sq Loznlxpealu-r Staff S. BARBARA ANNE SULLIVAN Slow and quiet she appears but after you know her she's a lot of fun. Williainston High School 1, 2, 33 H. R. Treasurer lg F. H. A. Club 2, 3, Treasurer 35 Literary Society 3g Band 3, Patriotic Club 4g Glee Club 4, S. MILLARD E. TARKINGTON, JR. A handsome face and wavy black hair are oh so nice. And also nice, are all those brains just whirling where the sawdust isn't. Patriotic Club 25 Hobby Club 2g Football 4, S. WILLIAM J. THOMPSON Pcople may come and people may go but Billy'll wise- crack forever. Dramatic Club 1. EUNICE VEREEN A little bit pokey-slow, but a friend good and true. Don't look so startled! You'll get there yet! Community Sing Club 15 Dancing Club 1, 23 H. R. Treasurer 45 Dramatic Club 45 Glce Club Sg Travelers Club 2g Tri-Hi-Y S. 1 MATTIE HOPE WALLACE We call her "HOpelessg', she's quite a case! Give her a book of poetry and one of plays and she'll be happy always. Tennis Club lg Community Sing Club 15 Band 1, 2, 3, 4, 53 Dramatic Club 4, S, Junior Play Cast 43 Spotlight Staff 4, Sg Library Staff 5. EUGENE WILLEY When he's sailing "The Little Nob," Gene's our champ. His jolly grin and teasing ways make us just love him. Blessed Sacrament lg Holy Trinity 2g Glee Club 3, 43 Dancing Club 3, 4, Junior Play Cast 4. EUGENE WILLIAMS Whether in the classroom or juggling a basketball in a tight game, this six footer with the dark curly hair, is always scoring for E.C.H.S. Basketball 2, 3, 4, Sg Monogram Club 2, 3, 4, 55 Travelers' Club 25 Boosters' Club 2. JANICE WILLIAMS She seem-s quiet and studious to E.C.H.S'ers, but when she harks to the call of the beach she's a live wire. Community Sing Club lg Dancing Club I, 35 Tennis Club lg Student Council 4, Quill and Scroll 4, S, Secretary S5 Beta Club 4, Sg Spotlight Staff 4, S9 Glee Club 34 Marshal 4, Office Staff 5. MARY RUTH WIILLIAMS Wlien a 'teacher needs help Mary Ruth is always On hand with her pleasing personality. Dramatic Club 41 Commercial Club 5. FRANK WOOD This nice looking boy is a fine fellow to get along with. He is quiet and a very good sport in anything he tries to do. Hobby Club 25 Dancing Club 2, Travelers' Club 2. SMITH COHOON SHANNONHOUSI' BROTHERS RIGHT Mfxscors S SUSAN ROWE DAVID SAWYER Each year at the baccalaureate service and graduation exercises two tiny capped and gowned figures solemnly lead in the seniors. These are our mascots chosen each year by popular vot: of the senior class. Our mascots this year are Susan Rowe, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Graham Rowe, and David Sawyer, son of Mr. and Mrs. Joe W. Sawyer. A pleasant graduation memory will always be the charm- ing and dignified part Susan and David played in our most important moment. SCRIBBLERS The paragraphs found under each senior! name are the work of our Senior Seribblers. The editor of the Slmlliglil is Chief Scribbler with the senior Iinglish teacher choosing four others. This year's scribblers have tried to tell in just a few words some of the little details which will aid us in remembering our classmates and their personalities in years to come. 48 To be voted by your fellow classmates as tops in sportsmanship, character, popularity, scholarship, and leadership is one of thc highest honors a senior can be MI given. We are proud to present . . . ' 27 ' A ' ' , If LQ? s 5:1 Z l' at , , - HALL SMITH 49 Each year the senior class chooses the students it considers as top in sportsmanship, character, popularity, scholarship, and leadership. We proudly present . . 1 X Smfnlg Selig Sfamfing: I-Iaskett Smith Gray Pugh S0 PERSQNALITIES 1 . Snzfvd: Aydlerc Sfamfing: Meckins Bagley Lamb Sumner A 15,7 Toil and trouble, these were good old chemistry days. Goblins come to life, on Hallo- ween night in Miss Meekins' chapel program. emoried 0 At Christmas the Tri-Hi-Y takes food to the needy. Fun, fun, and more fun for the I juniors and seniors at the The "Old Mzndsi' are gathered Virginia Dare. for another hen session. Those Friday night dances after the big game we,ll always re- member. English class listens to Miss Meekins "lecture" on how to be a good speaker. DAYS Physical ed. is a favorite Class, especially when we do stunts. These gay people at the junior- senior banquet seem too excited It's such hard work down in to eat. shop every day. . Chapter IV ACTIVITIES KN 'FL X X A+? , I ' Xxx -. K CHARLES HASKETT President of the Elizabeth Cit.y Student Cooperative Government Presiding Officer of the Student Council STUDENT COGPERATIVE GOVERNMENT GEEICERS This organization provides an opportunity for students to develop leadership, to initiate and evaluate student activities, to create ll relationship between students and faculty that makes for a successful school program, and makes each individual an integral part of the entire school organization. Projects for this year include: improvement, of the auditorium, expansion of safety program, and providing first-aid supplies. The council sponsored National Education Wfeek, homecoming, student dances, elections, weekly news broadcasts, and the awarding of a cup to the best kept homeroom. Left fo rigbf: Gray, treasurer, Sumner, sergeant-at-arms, Haskett, president, Jackson, secretary, Miss Cooper, advisor, Whitehurst, vice-president. 57 I COMMITTEE CHAIRMEN Left fo right: Bray, citizenship, Selig, finance, Pugh, elections, Hall, social, Hunt publicity, Overman, house and grounds, Aydlett, calendar, Brice, stanclardsg Smith safety patrol. HQMEROOM REPRESENTATIVES ll? Af-TL Swzfwl, Ieff fo Viglnf: Dawson, Harwnrd, Bell, Jones, Stanley, Aydlett, LeRoy. Sfumfing: W'haley, Tobinson, Smith, Forbes, Parker, XVhite, Jennette, Selig, Owens. S8 COMMITTEES FINANCE Left to right: Miller, McPherson, Cupplcs, Selig, Stone, Tobiason, Spence. Absvnf from picfzzre: Parker. SOCIAL Firxf row, lvff fo riglli: Sawyer, Hall, Burgess Svvwnf row: Parker, Finck, Dawson, Wfood Mann, Rohanna, Brothers, Brown, Perry. AlISC'l1ff1'0lIZ pic'f1n'c': Jennings. ELECTIONS Left fo right: Smith, Perry, Burgess, Pugh, Sawyer, Wood. Absent from pifizzrcf: Morrisette, Evans. xi? X SAFETY PATROL Firsf row, left fo rigbi: Prescott, Ross. Srrwzd row: Alderman, Hooper, Onley, Aydlett, Butler, S. Smith. Third row: Foreman, Sumner, Pappenclick, Ruby Gosting, D. A. Smith, Tobiason, Ilaskett, Gray I-Iarwarcl. Abxvnf from fziffzzrr: Askew. 1 1 C O M M IT T E E S STANDARDS CALENDAR Corbett Austin Brice Merideth Simpson Aydlett W'elsted CITIZENSHIP PUBLICITY Bray Leary Sylvester Fletcher Hunt Henderson Aflswzf from j1ic'f1n'r': Woodley HOUSE AND GROUNDS Overman Hunt 6 O STUDENT CCDUNCIL SPONSORED EVENTS The campaigning is fast and furious just before On the first Friday night of this year the Council elections for student body officers. gave a dance honoring freshmen and new students. A gala event is the annual Christmas dance We present a trophy to the W'illiamston president sponsored by the Council. at our big homecoming game. The homecoming game is given a big send-off by a parade down Main Street. 61 CD' TI-IE1949 The SPOTLIGHT staff is proud of the fact that our yearbook is growing in beauty and con- tent each year and of the high ratings that our annual has received from the Columbia Scholastic Press Association. The editorial staff meets for an hour each day to plan and work on the annual. Few realize the hard work that is necessary to give the students a book to be proud of. Top jnirfzzre: Smith, editor-in-chief. Cvufcsr j1ic'f11rc', leff fo rigfai: Shannonhouse, as- sistant senior editor, Gray, photographic editor, Perry, activities editor, Williams, senior editor. Boffon j1ic'f111'e, left fo rigbf, seated: Hooper, music editor, V. Sawyer, typist, A. Sawyer, typist. Sfalztfilzg: Miss Owens, advisor, Selig, photo- graphic editor, Tobiason, sophomore editor, Forbes, art editor, Brice, junior editor, F. Sawyer, assistant activities editor, Bunch, freshman editor. Afmni from j1irf111'e: Raby, photographic editor, Dyhrberg, assistant activities editor. W - ' 'fb , 2 wzssmhbv f 1 f 4' 7 9 W x X f S Q b 1, ,. Sm , W f ff Eff A W' ip is M Cx , , f Af Q, .X ,M Q -,ff ,gf f , "4 k Q , . X Qi im? 5: W 7' V- Mu. ab M X, , u I F K wx w 'if ivf 5' c ,x 1 '4 v vx 5 Q, an 'Nui THE1949 Organized to promote journalism in the high school, to express student opinions, and to foster the love for fair play and individual rights, The LUIllI,S17l'!l!i'l'l' has gone far in achieving its goals. The paper is edited by student enthusiasts and financed by the support of the student body and ads solicited by student members of the ad- vertising staff. Top ll2if'f111'z': Jordan, editor-in-chief, Miss Meekins, advisor. Cl'llfl'!' j7fl'fllI't', Ieff fo riglnf: Raby, news editor, Brothers, eo-editor. Boflnnz jlirflzrrg scvzfcvf: Hooper, typistg Jones, typist. Sfamfilig: Pritchard, typistg Burgess, sophomore reporterg Burnham, freshman reporter, Joyner, Ryan, exchange editors, Liverman, sports editor, Wfood, junior reporter, Haskett. Us K M v N W in wx.- ' 1 1 j , 1 . 1 1 1 1 A Www -.-....... M-Q... 1 1 f' Z "' . MMM: KWH K AQ, xxxfp zu-ram?-Q ms' ,MM Q wrwzwl 1 yy V , ,Q 4 ITl'llI'lt'11I1S 3 the seliool, wlii this tunment sponso d by ,4,, BETA CLUB note Club tl11t tIme has Each year awards Zl SCl'1Ol2lStlC s is not fl L ub 'Is well as me of STERLIN JANICE Y GENEVA HA PAULINI3 HA VIRGINIA HALL . MISS BOQMER . lo rlglaf: Miss Boomer, Stone Harms Raby Smltlm Hastmgs Hall Butler, Daniel, Stone ONeal Sehg, Brown Aydlett Perry Creath, Henderson, Gosrmg I-Iout7 Haskett Corbett Bray, Hunt, Coley, Roughton Brothers Bradshaw Woodley Dyrlwberg, Coluoon the club Q.,--ff "Ye shall know the truth and the truth shall make y ?-1 free H is the uill and Scroll motto The uill and Scroll is a national honor society of which recognizes students who excel in the field of N4 i - 'sm Students are chosen for membership in x9 'll and roll on the basis of their advancement i ade s olarship. he project of this year's club is f aisel-money to we ' dele ates to the Columbia Scholast' nvention. - .. .fm . -Q, Atxxractive yearbooks were 4 + , D copy was s t to national head ers. T - .- 'S li -- - -j- . ai 4- OFFICERS ALMA JEAN BROTHERS President JIMMY LIVERMAN Vice-President JANICE NVILLIAMS Secretary AQfUILL AND scRoLL .ici ee , Q - S'-T: if Q . .. 4 ,- 1 ,-l,.,T"'.',...ll Y 1 N .- DORIS PERRY l Treasurer MISS' MEEKINS Advisor In I 'Lil --1-r.-U J, .AY , . . - ,,. .7 -,5-'YL'-A1 Sitting, left to right: Perry, Brothers, Williams, Selig. Standing: V. Sawyer, Jordan, Brockwell, A. Sawyer, Dawson, Houtz, Smith, Shannonhouse, Miss Meekins, Ryan, Raby, Bagley, Bradshaw. 4 gf ' 'l -1' ir- --L-1-,L , -4- " "HSS-M 14-4 - 67 -...:? Q. gi lr r r The purpose of the Tri-Hi-Y is to create, main- tain, and extend throughout the home, school, and community high standards of Christian character. Girls are chosen for membership on the basis of scholastic rating, leadership, and Christian char- acter. TRI-I-II-Y BARBARA DYHRBERG . . . President IDA KAY JORDAN . . Vice-President PAULINE HASTINGS . . Secretary MARY SUE BAGLEY . . Treasurer DORIS PERRY . . . . Chaplain PATRICIA AYDLETT . . Sergeant-at-arms MRS. TURNER . . . . . Advisor Une a month the Tri-Hi-Y and Hi-Y meet jointly for discussions and on the second Sunday of each month they attend church together. Projects for this year are providing lunch for a needy child and sending food and clothing to a needy family at Christmas. I-'irif rozv, Inf! fo riglwf: Perry jordan, Hastings, Aydlett, Bagley Scwolzfl mtv: L. Stone, Harrison Harris, Cohoon, Brown, V. Sawyer Hall, A. Sawyer. Tbimf row: Simpson, Leary, Mrs Turner, Brice, M. Sawyer, Smith B. Stone, Creath, Carter, Mereen Abxwlf from j7ia'I1z1'1': Dyhrberg. ' 3 I I . I-II-Y CLUB JAMES GRAY . . . . President WALTER SANVYER . . . Vice-President STEVE PUGH . . Secretary STERLING SMITH . . Treasurer MR. TURNER . . Advisor The Hi-Y was organized in 1942, its purpose being "to create, maintain and extend through- out the home, school, and community, the high standards of Christian character." In order to become a member of the Hi-Y one must be in the upper third of the junior or senior class, must possess leadership, and uphold Christian principles. The club stands for clean living, clean speech, clean sportsmanship, and clean scholarship, and it has made its presence felt by carrying out worthy projects. Projects for this year included feeding a needy child at. the cafeteria and donating to Care, The World Youth Fund, and the Salvation Army. The club also sponsors the Infantile Paralysis drive in the school. Firsf row, left to right: Hooper, Ross, J. Gray, Onley. Fourlb row: Meads, M. Gray, Pugh, Harward, Askew. Second row: Corbett, Kight, Sawyer, Forbes. Fifth row: Butler, Henderson, Mr. Turner, Whitehurst, Third row: Alderman, Sanders, Aydlett, Smith, Stevenson. C. Gray. Absent from pirfure: Overman, Raby, Meekins. IUNIOR RED caoss First row, lwff to rigbf: Bunch, Owens. Scroml row: Armstrong, Deering. Third row: Tobiason, Johnson. Fourlb row: Woodley, Ballance, Mason, S. Harris, D. Harris, H. Jennings, Moger, Coley, Spruill, Stanley. Fiffb row: Gosting, Sawyer, Burgess, Staples, Forbes, Harrison, Meredith, Ryman, A. Jennings, Godfrey. Sixth row: Hooper, Baines, Hughes. SL'l't'l1fb row: Jackson, Morgan, C. Harris. Eigbfh row: Mrs. Aydlett, Evans, Smith. OFFICERS ADELAIDE HARRISON ..... . . President MAXINE STANLEY . . Vice-President ANN JENNINGS . . . . Secretary OLIVE BALANCE . . . Treasurer MRS. N. E. AYDLETT . . Advisor The Junior Red Cross put on a very successful membership drive this year with most of the students joining. An entertaining chapel program was presented by the Council. Making nut cups and favors for veterans' hospitals and toys for children in hospitals has been the main project for the year. The Junior Red Cross is an organization which is always ready to serve anywhere it is needed. It is definitely an asset to the school. 70 4-H CLUB . 2 4 Nz Y L . 3 LXR I . -. .. . . .. .L . .. ..... . ... W .... ,Jn . First row, left fo righf: Black, Staples, Fletcher. Second row: Godfrey, D. Burgess, McPherson. Third row: L. Harrison, D. Forbes, Blackwell, Benton, Mr. Turner, B. Forbes, W. Sawyer, F. Sawyer, N. Brickhouse, Hughes. Fourfb row: Singletary, Kight, Jordan, R. Burgess, L. Brickhouse. Fiffln row: Speight, C. Burgess, Brothers, Forehand, D. Harrison. LOTA LEIGH HARRISON . . . President MACK FLETCHER, HI . . . Vice-President KAY BLACK ..... .... S ecretary BOBBY BROTHERS . . . Assistant Secretary MR. JOHN TURNER . . .... Advisor The purpose of the 4-H Club is to give rural young people training in better practices of agriculture and homemaking, in the broader phases of community organization, and in the finer and more signifi- cant things of life. Interesting projects in health, homemaking, and farming are carried on throughout the year. In the 4-H Club both boys and girls have something to look for- ward to, for there are dress revues, wildlife camps, camp achievement days, fat stock shows, and the National 4-H Congress. Lota Leigh Harrison, president of the club, won the state contest for the "Best Girl Record." The club won the best attendance prize at Camden 4-H Achievement Day. Through the 4-H Club young people come to assume a personal responsibility for useful lines of service in the communities where they live. 71 THE IUNIOR DRAMATIC CLUB BARBARA BURNHAM . . President BETTY HOLLAND BELL Vice-President EMOGENE MILLER . . . Secretary EARLENE HASTINGS . . Treasurer MRS. FLOOD . . . . Advisor Black, Austin, Finck, Pronier, Armstrong, DePace. Hastings, Lawrence, Bell, Miller, Seeley, Burnham, Aydlert. Si'alf'n': Welsted, Jennette, Brothers, Moore, Tucker, Price. Simzclirzgr Flood, Brzycki. The Junior Dramatic Club was organized to train freshmen and sophomores in self- expression and efficiency in dramatics. The club seeks to develop skill in all lines of play production and to develop and encour- age drama as an art. Everyone in the club has been given an opportunity to appear before the student body in a dramatic production. Three one- act plays have been produced and acted out by the members. DRAMATIC CLUB JACKIE WGOD ..... President MATTIE HOPE WALLACE V-President ETHEL CUTHRELL .... Secretary ANN CHORY . . . Treasurer Smith, Davis, Cuthrell, Wallace. Williams, Kight, Mrs. Flood. Reid, Wfhaley, Wood, Chory. The Dramatic class is something new in the curriculum of E.C.H.S It was begun this year for students who are especially interested in dramatics. Mrs. Flood is the advisor to this group. The purpose of this class is to promote a better understanding of drama, to learn the art of make-up and acting, and to pre- sent plays for the student body's enjoy- ment. COMMERCIAL CLUB Arozzml fbi' first C from boflom: Bunch, Pipkin, Vereen, Pritchard, Brockwell, Mrs. Roberson, Jordan, J. Burgess, Hobbs, James, C. Burgess, Crocker, Jones, Beasley, Anderson. Seroml C: McPherson, Bartlett, Hastings, Morris, Riggs, Cutler, Forbes, Smith, Hooper, Lamb, Bell, Cohoon, Cutrell, Cahoon, Williams, Bacon. Absent from' pirfzzrv: Upton, Harris, Ammeen, Dickerson, Carter, Roughton. OFFICERS NORMA RAE MCPHERSON . . . . President ALICE BARTLETT .... . Vice-President ONEITA HASTINGS . . . Secretary DORIS MAE MORRIS . . .... Treasurer HENRIETTA PRITCHARD . . Program Chairman MRS. ROBERSON .... . . . Advisor Through membership in the Commercial Club a student becomes familiar with commercial work. It presents to its members the knowledge of duties and traits required in office work and instills a desire in its members to acquire the necessary skill and information to become a success- ful worker. This year the Commercial Club has as its goal raising money to buy machines and equipment for the commercial department. A radio talent show is to be presented by the club. Last year the club bought commercial books for the library. 74 ARTS AND CULTURE CLUB E T' 'W l Firsf row, left fo rigfaf: C. Harris, secretaryg Blades, vice presidentg Chory, presidentg King, treasurerg Johnson, Armstrong. Sflifllltl row: Staples, Moger, D. Harris, Jennings, Morgan, Gallop, Miller, Sawyer. Tfairil row: Godfrey, Owens, Meredith, Miss Tucker, advisorg Kight, Ryman. Abxwzf from pivfzznf: Hoover, Simpson, Hobbs. The Arts and Culture Club was established are making posters for the library, for school in order to give those interested in hobbies a social activities and are helping keep the bulletin chance to broaden their interests and to learn board in the front and senior halls attractive and enjoy other hobbies. This year the members and eye-catching. Firxf mu, Icfl fo right: Onley, Jones, Wallace. Svromf row: Brinson, Miss Boomer, librariang Sedgewick, Smith, Hooper, Bagley. .flbswll from piz'l11Vr': Meekins, McMullen, Cox, Helping the librarian are ten student librarians The library assistants are members of the North who work in the library an hour each day at- Carolina High School Library Association. They tending to circulation of books and other materi- play an important part in the school, for Withf als and helping with reference work. They keep out them the library could not be run very effi- the library neat and help students select books. ciently. 75 1 QMARSHALS S L':1 tml, lrff in riglal: DYHRISERG, IIROVVN. SELIG. SMITH. I5RADSI"IAW'. Smrnlifzg: PUGH. VVIILIAMS. AYDLIQTT, BROTHERS HARRIS, HASKITTT. Selected each year from the junior class, the in high school. These honor students usher at marshals are those students who have made the the baccalaureate sermon and commencement highest scholastic records during their three years exercises. DEBATERS Lvff fo Viglal: RABY, MRS. AYDLETT PATRICIA AYDLETT HENDERSON. ONLEY IVIISS BOOMER, STONE Abxvlzf from flat' pir'f11rv: SAWYFR l Each year E.C.I-I.S. takes part in the state- be revised into a Federal World Government wide triangular debates. The topic for the debates Besides providing enjoyment for those interest this year is one of widespread interest. ed, debating gives practical experience and a good It is: Resolved: that the United Nations now foundation to any speaking endeavor. 76 C X 1 5 I FQ T. , M, 4 ,., f f 5 ..,,. ...-4' ,Q H i The Glue Club had two definite goals for this year and reached them G I E E both. They gave us two excellent performances, "The Christmas Story in Music" and "Musical Memories of 1949." dn. il' rg- an ...I 'li TC ' c , . .fu -H. f A us, my-ffl' iw' ' ,Q T -1,-ui-1. 1- . f"- ' n . - 'f N' l CLUB The Glee Club also participates in many civic programs throughout. the year. The most outstanding event of the year was getting the new robes. These are certainly some- thing to be proud of. Fits! Voir, It-ff fo rigbf: Ketcherson, Tarkington, C. Brockwell, Harris, Sawyer, Vereen. Sr'c'011J row: Mrs. Aydlett, director: Pritchard, Bunch, Selig, A. Cray, Iones. Tfaira' rout B. Jones, vice-presidentg Crocker, Sanderlin, King, O,Neil Sullivan. Fonrfb row: Brown, secrcvtaryg Aydlett, assistant accompanist, stu- dent directorg D. Burgess, A. Harrison, McCullen, Dozier, vice- president. Fiflb row: Spruill, Welstead, C. Burgess, Jackson, Benton, Hussey. Sixfb row: Love, A. Davis, accom- panist, Finck, Craskins, Sedgwick, S. Winslow, L. Harrison. Sc'z'1'11IlJ row: Ferrell, Morris, M. Winslow, Meredith, M. Brockwell, M. Williams. Eigblb row: Perry, M. Davis, Cahoon, W. Jones, McPherson, vice-president, Brinson, Roughton, Jeannette, treasurer, assistant ac- companist. Ninlb row: B. Pipkin, H. Collier, Owens, Gard, Sumner, J. Butler. Absent from 17il'f1ll'L'Z Cole, Hub- Brzycki, Fulcher, bard, Smith, Bray, Blades, R. Collier, Evans, M. Gray, presidentg Harrell, R. Pipkin, C. Williams, C. Sears, White, Butler, Austin, Lassiter. Cleo Club officers. Girls' Trio. Boys' Glee Club practice. The Nativity Scene in the Christmas con- cert. In new robes at the Christmas concert. -.... York last summer. ovadon. 55 Mr. George T. 'X' , z1'i1'f'c'f01'. igvg,-. - . ,. , ,A W . J TZ- . C Q . A I " .V .9-An ' "T rl , ,Jw gif' '- " -fz25""w . -- ,rf ., , , Q V, V . V will " C ' ' ' 4 ' A V ,V 4 '4 -fh..,..-up 195752 ' WY . A , Y Alymfxfqt If I may M 811 ' gy MLW? My ,nrz,ZZgiQ4, X ' aw! cg .fy .. . W . , -aa W, . ,AA V. ,,- ', r 405, . K , H-1t'f'f if , . ' Q, . W L 2 4: ll . - ..wAWv"w ' by . MQWWWV'a- ., : If 1, H ', 0 f ' M fl ,W 1' - sway, 7 1 3 " ' V 'I -.1-iv, .. ' T ff -. , ' ' '.---" ' , - 1 , H., V . ., t V- J . - -f t . v .1 N f -L FgFu-a?uA- 3. fp ix x.. - 1: 1 -jx QL .tw ,Li V QQ W3 qi, I XX . r , ,-if f gr' ,AM I . ' . l f .t x ' ' '- ' f. ,f f .. ' a ' a W . , M 1: i - f-0,1 .- .. . f f ' Vi: - L' f' ' ' , y , A, - ww , its al 1: W ' , f, , at ,rg ,,, 1 V5 V 'Q if A' - is it at , gilt at M W t . I- I . ,sip J . , " if :Z'si,,' J 1- If H 'Q ,CZ X ' l,:h,,." ,ttf C 's 5 '13 ' V V,,'4'Zg-QQ. .. ff 'Q "' ' THE BAN Were proud of our band and all its accomplishments. Our band was the official North Carolina Lions' Club Band in New Competing with the best bands of the nation it tied for third place. During the convention the band put on a marching ex- hibition in Madison Square Garden for which it received a great OFFICERS Firxf rou', lvff fo rigfd: Swindcll, Overman, Bell, Sylvester, Lamb, Harrison, Pritchard, Wallace. Seforlrf row: Jordan, Leary, Bray, Hastings, A. Wriglit, Wfoodley, Marietta Hooper. Tfainl row: Bagley, Haskett, Arm- strong, Ross, Coley, Sawyer, Hclmes, Byrum. Fourffa r'0u.': Stanley, Morrisette, jennette, Kramer, Merritt Hooper, Elliott. Fiffb row: Stevcnfon, Owens, Pappendick, Smith, Ward, Creek- more, H. Wright Corbett. Sixfb row: Morgan, Harrell, Over- man. i I I l 80 1948 -1949 In May of this year the band was host for the first Band Festival ever held in Elizabeth City. Every year our band presents a concert, plays for the Oyster Bowl Game, and puts on exhibitions at E.C.H.S's. football games. The band is of great value in training students in music and music appreciation. J. B. Harrell, mlbfain Murlene Lamb, bead rrzfzjorefte WRIGHT MEMORIAL CELEBRATION The band's annual trip to the Wright Memorial cele- bration held on December 17 at Kitty Hawk. Most thrilling were the many pictures and newsreels taken of the band and of the entire celebration, which was quite elaborate. SENIORS Firsf row: Shean, Lamb, Hooper. Second row: Swindell, Jordan, Wallace, Bradshaw. Third row: Ryan, Harrison, Hastings, Harward, Joyner. Fourth row: Hooper, Haskett, Overman, Harrell, Ross. 81 4' 4' , if 'SX if 5 459' ...fs ? Sf' V' 'M , ,"'-1... ,. . , ,,..14,...a-alnuafsnfj Firxf row, If-ft lo right: Harrell, captain, johnson, R. Hooper, Deering, J. Daniels, Lamb, Sylvester jackson, Moore, C. Armstrong, student director, Shean, Mr. G. T. Bennett, director. Serona' row: Leary, Pritchard, Nixon, Burnham, Tucker, Whaley, Ballance, Overman, Harward Harrison, Pappendick, Stanley, Creath, Ryan, Outlaw, Marietta Hooper, E. Swindell, Bradshaw, P Overman, Stone. Third row: Spence, Bray, Woodley, Jordan, Hastings, H. Harward, A. Wright, Bell, Harris, Ward Sawyer, Aydlett, Joyner, Austin, F. Daniel, Garrett. 82 Fourth row: Hayman, D. Swindell, Wallace, M. Smith, Creekmore, Morrisette, Price, P. Gregory, Brothers P. Miller, Fletcher, M. Owens, Staples. Fifth row: Jennings, I. Sawyer, Coley, A. Sawyer, Stevenson, Kramer, D. Bennett, Merritt Hooper, D Owens, Temple, K. Miller, Brumsey, Bagley. Sixlb row: Barkley, Baker, J. Gregory, F. Smith, L. Armstrong, C. Tucker, Winslow, Corbett, Hunt, H Wright, Ross, Moger. Seventh row: Byrd, jones, Elliott, Jennette, Morgan, E. Miller, Haskett, Ryman, Umphlett, Byrum, Seeley Roughton. 83 41-., X 'lf' 1,2 xg. 'La 1-I -35 r -4 f ,, 'Af' , ' r 'SF' ,ve 1 ., vw ly, xwligj , if 5 5, X 5' .: :A -vp 'Ns-f" 'syn .1 . ,f N! 'V' 0-4- Ni? MAIORETTES Flag-Bcarers . . Fletcher, Byrd, Roughton Majorettes Sfwfvzl: Hooper, Deering Standing: Daniels, Moore, Sylvester, Jackson 84 Chief Majors-:ttc . . Lamb Ponies . . Shean, Johnson THL Eu CS 163 M Jgg Ps, 0 i 'vyggiy .Q A ., ,W - 4 fu? I Q I 11 , Ifirxf rozv, lzfff io rigfaf: M. Tarkington, M. Gray, Cuthrell, McPherson, Wallace, Sears, Foreman. ,f. 'gum ,, ,, ..-fa-fwrzm q Q ,w.fw'M iffy K ' WM'-q,,,,." ' , Ts fig ,,,me,.,, , f QW, . ff fa .ry 2 -4 ' "if 'f ."2 Q sfvi' "V -"U" ef ' -a?i,',?,, " if ' "wi"-ft .,--1-fi? fat " "jaw sg- ye 'xii ' 4: , '. ,rw J' is I ,af 420-fa Sl'C0l1Lll'U1L'I Pappenclick, Prescott, Pugh, W'hitehurst, C. Gray, Owens, Umphlett. COACH JOHNSON FOOT Elizabeth City High School's football team of 1948 starting out as underdogs with many green players finished a 6-3-1 season winning the six games in succession. Only one serious injury affected the t.eam, this being a dislocated shoulder received by Edward Tarkington. However, the capabilities of Leon Bray made up for Tarkington's injury. After the season was over, Melvin Owens, first class tackle, received an invitation to play in the Optimist Bowl, the first to achieve this honor in our school in many years. MCPHERSON . . Captain First row, lcff fo right: Askew, Smith, Forbes, Austin, Meekins, B. Gray, W. Mann. Seroml row: C. Butler, Bray, Harward, Cupples, S. Mann. Gard, Barnett. Absent from pirfzzre: Ward, E. Tarkington, Anderson. BALL Jackets iilllckets Jackets Jackets Jackets jackets Jackets Jackets Jackets Jackets :f'Forfeited to Edenton DR. BONNER SCQRES 6 Holy Trinity 6 7 Edenton 7 6 Kinston 2 O 0 Roanoke Rapids 7 19 Greenville 0 12 Washington 0 32 Wfilliamston 7 33 Tarboro 0 18 New Bern 0 13 Hertford 0 AYDLETT, Maimgcfz' ALBERTSON, Manager is mn I' Firsf row, left fo right: Wall, Dunbar, Bright, Scott, Needham, Leroy, Lassiter. Srroml !'01l.'i Brock, Paulos, Duncan, Owens, Sawyer, Dean, Kemp, N. Brickhouse, Forbes. 7-'l7iI't1l'0lI,'f Darling, Hewitt, Beecham, Ward, Stephens, L. Brickhouse, Bright, Burgess. COACH BROOKS. JUNIOR VARSITY PooTBALL Jayvees Manteo Jayvees Vfashington Jayvees Manteo Jayvees Oak City Jayvees Perquimans The junior varsity is made up of the second string varsity players and under-classmen. Money taken in from the games went. to the Athletic Association. KEMP, Manager OYVENS, Captain 88 OUR BOYS IN ACTION It's a touchdown for the Jackets in the game with Williamston. A rough and tumble game between our varsity and junior varsity. We played Greenville and won. I-Iere's 21 touchdown that helped. EXCITING MOMENTS FROM TI-IE GAMES Another TD from the Williamstion game. XVC won 32 to 7, you know. Girls, junior Varsity Basketball Team Firsf rozv, lvfz' fo rigbf: Sedgewick, Harris, Godfrey. Secomz' row: Armstrong, Jackson Russell, Miss Jones, coach. Third row: Tobiason, Upton Poulos, Spruill. Ffmrfll row: Piplain, Gregory, Bell Smith. Girls' Varsity Basketball Team Firsf row, left fo right: Leary, Lamb, Byrd. S6'f'0lIt1l'01,L'I Miss Jones, roach, C. Sawyer, Carter, Tobiason, Jennings, nzarmger. Third row: M. Sawyer, Bray, Godfrey, Stone. Fourth 1'0lL'! Ghory, Dawson, Miller, Hunt. Absenf from picfzzre: McPherson. Boys, Varsity Basketball Team First row, Icfff fo rigbf: Foreman Askew, Cuthrell. Seeond row: Leroy, Owens, Hall, Mr. Brooks, mafia. Tbirzl row: Gray, Prescott, Pappen- dick. Fourfla row: Anderson, Williains, Hewitt. A!7Sl'llf from j1ic'f1n'c': Tarkington Boys, junior Varsity Basketball Team First row, left fo rigbf: T. Harris, Evans, Gregory. Seroml row: R. Harris, Umphlett, Mr. Brooks, coach. Third row: Dunbar, Brown, Wallace. Fonrfb row: Jennette, Scott, Sawyer. PASQUOCAM BASKETBALL TEAMS First row, lefl fo rigbf: Kemp, M. Owens, D. First row, lvff fo right: Albertson, Leary, Lamb Owens, Brock. Brumsey. Second row: Smith, Wilcox, Stevenson, Butler. Svcomz' row: Fox, Jackson, White, Burgess. 1948 BASEBALL TEAM oh, "ir , 1 UTY 'I 'nv 'K kcsrv 1 Lv Kl1l'FIfl1tLf, lfff fo riglnl: Owens, Gard, Spruill, Sfamling: Coach Johnson, Jennings, Smith, R Onley, Hooper, masmfg Whaley, Mann, Askew, Ward, H. Ward, Dickerson, Davenport, Forbes, Hodges. Tarkington, C. Castelow, E. Castelow, 1nm1agc'r 92 CHEERLEADERS VARSITY IUNIOR VARSITY Bagley, Sonja Tobiason, jones, Harris, Dawson, head cheerleaderg Rohanna, Hall, Signc Tobiason, Selig. Full of pep and enthusiasm this year's cheering squad has been one of the most active in E.C.H.S's. history. The pep meetings they sponsored the night before each game were eagerly awaited by the students and resulted in more and better cheering at the games. Cheering was a new thing to most of this year's junior varsity cheerleaders but they were eager to learn. These girls looked forward to each game and, win or lose, they were on hand with their cheers to back their team. Carter, Ketcherson, Pronier, Terrell, head cheerleaderg Armstrong, DePace, Austin. Abxvnf from pivl11rz': Burgess. 93 Miss Jones, Advisor GIRLS' ATHLETIC ASSOGIATIGN Ilrif mu Ivfl fo rigbl: Jennings. Singletary, Cutler, Ammeen, Bell, Miller, Gosting, R. jones Suunl low: Upton, Chory, B. jones, jackson, Shannonhouse, Lamb, Sawyer, Carter. Alun! mm- pirllzre: Hoover, Whircl, Forbes, McPherson, Smith. Q . MARY AMMEEN . BETTY JEAN BELL . BETTY CUTLER . VIVIAN MILLER . MISS JONES . tives. suitable for high schools girls. . President Vice-President . Secretary . Treasurer . Advisor The Girls' Athletic Association is a club of girls whose members are voted on by the physical education classes. Some of the members are chairmen of the different activities while others are only representa- This Association has as its aim the sponsorship and promotion of a program of athletics that. will be interesting, stimulating, and As their projects for the year the association plans to acquire gym suits for the girls' physical education classes, send six girls to the Greenville play day, and sponsor a student vs. faculty basketball game. They also hope to sponsor a county play day to take place in the spring. 94 GIRLS' MONOGRAM CLUB N-,,,,-mm, -,,, ,,,,,A,,,, M- ,,,,,-,,,,,,,w ,,,.,,, ,, .. ,- -. ..,--.. , . , . . - - Wai, , 7. First row, irff I0 rigbt: Dawson, Wlialey, C. Sawyer, Stone. Srcoml row: Godfrey, Leary, secretary, Bray, president, Lamb, Miss jones, advisor Third row: M. Sawyer, Outlaw, treasurer, Wood. Composed of those girls who have won letters one of the smallest and most recently organized for their participation in school athletics, the clubs its members are working hard to attain Girls' Monogram Club works to create good the club's goal of creating better sportsmanship. sportsmanship in all girls' sports. Though it is BOYS, MONOGRAM CLUB A l A 4 First row, left to right: Forbes, Gard, Brock, secretary, Pugh, vice-president, Askew, president, Tarkington, M. Gray. Second row: Hodges, Whitehurst, Williams, Aydlett, Anderson, Butler. Third row: Austin, treasurer, Sanders, C. Gray, Owens, Sumner, Mann, Mr. Brooks, advisor. Absent from picture: McPherson, Smith, Bray. The Boys' Monogram Club has been very active In order to become a member of the Boys' Mono- in developing good sportsmanship in all boys' gram Club a boy must earn a letter in one major sports such as: baseball, basketball and football. sport. 95 ADVERTISEMENTS 4-655125 ' 57 4' E gf 3 , ,. ff Vi!! X AQ LI 5- I 57 4 07 'nv X AV f ff w E? E X E 5 4 X4 5 , " E? X.. I , Z, 'wg w,M,d,i tmfff Z?"w ' M Vw, Q. .' , fy -41...--gnu., 4 . jf X -7 9 f fa-4-. iA,WNa-Z..,,f 'LGSWW f ffig X. -4 4. - 1+ -M X A :yan QYMW W' af WI' W W 1 ELIZABETH CITY SHIPYARD Best of Luck and Happiness to the Senior Class of '49 Complzmelzlf of AMES 81 BRGWNLEY Noffollek frzendbf fizrnihf fboppzqg Center where young and old like to meet Stationery Office Supplies PHONE 911 Best Wishes MODERN to the Class of '49 TYPEWRITER SERVICE ELIZABETH CITY CHAMBER OF COMMERCE HOOD STUDIO Photography Guaranty Bank Bldg. Elizabeth City, N. C. 4 s n -..-,' Underwood Typewriter Sales Agency john J. Guerco, Owner and Manager Southern Dairies 99 , ,,.:.1: -- -r,:' 1 -f-:-:-:':1:1:::::::::::::: .V::: 2 xr-2215151512:i'sf2:2:2:5:1 '1-'-' " '-'-1-1:1:2: 3:2:555E5E5E52552322521553EQEQEQEL:5:4525fs:sE51:aE5Ez:z:sEsEsE:l'1 :, " 'Ji i.. 4 A l i W' k z 'S ,J ff -1:: H X ,fgffffx . li' A 5 3 11115222255 :A4 V A 'c1.f:iiiE:iif5ii5555:: Al.: 55555. .-::l 1-.Z.'i': zzgiffii if 'E DAZ: l'lere's a way fo save money and add fo our ff ' y co ee enloymenf. -wwm2:5f.:.g.,-1-1-' 1--' Gill's Hoiel Special is "seasoned" . vi+h'a dash of chicory +o bring Qx--'-""""- ouf hidden depilms of delicious I IIII' Q., .om -1' ""G"' Il flavor from fhe fine highland grown l ' S fh d C l A ' '32 ni ccifllleesl::lllwl1iclii1:ilsablencl.Lill:'gill 1-lk' use less. Bui' you enioy if more. bl HQCIAL Tit' J S ., y - CUE? . CHICURY L-fr,il6'i "'i'w mo' :PY-7'f"".::' I--' rv sreazgsgsggsgs :1" l ' A Gul, Q 100 TI-IE TEXAS CO WCNC The Albemarle,s Preferred Radio Station On the Air 18 Hours a Day 1400 On Your Dial 102 Best Wishes CRYSTAL ICE Sc COAL CORPORATION ICE - COAL - KERQSENE - FUEL OIL Remember your ice cold drinks at baseball season! TELEPHONES 16 and 716 Compliments LOUIS SELIG BARR BROTHERS THE JEWEL BOX BRIGHT JEWELRY CO. BAUER Sc SON The Elizab h City jewelers 103 Compliments HARRY W. BUNDY CERTIFIED PUBLIC ACCOUNTANT ,- I ZF FUD PRODUCTS tl'Z4BErn CITY- "Yr 104 Our best Wishes and heartiest congratulations to the Senior Class of 1949 PELL PAPER COMPANY, INC. Elizabeth City, N. C.. . CHESSCN MANUFACTURING COMPANY, . INC. A "Ezferyfloi1zg in Lunzbcfsf for the C01lZpIUfL' House" Lumber, Millwork, Doors, Frames Office and Mills: North Road Street Extended P. O. Box 428 Telephones 615 and 616 Elizabeth City, North Cgrolina 105 Best Wishes and Congratulations To Our Friends The Class of 1949 Southern Loan 86 Insurance Company Tidewater Realty 86 Mortgage Company Representing RUSSELL 86 MCADE General Agents for Bankers 86 Shippers Insurance Company Richmond Insurance Company Jersey Insurance Company f. 1 . 1. . ' . V M Q THE ALBEMARLE HOSPITAL was built in 1914 and in 1915 renovated, modernized and made into a 100 bed hospital. It is owned by the County of Pasquotank and the City of Elizabeth City, North Carolina. Best of Luck to the Seniors The Medical and Surgical Staff of the Albemarle Hospital 106 Miles Iennings, Inc. Compliments of General Machine Weldil Shop SUPPLY COMPANY Mill 86 Logging Supplies Elizabeth City, N. C. Compliments of Gfl' JENNETTE FRUIT Sales 85 Service Chrysler-Plymouth and PRGDUCE COMPANY White Trucks PHONE 12 56-J Compliments to the Class of '49 Byrum Implement 85 Truck Co., Inc. International Freezers 8: Trucks Qgxq Farmall Tractors McCormick Machines is-N"-" Parts-Sales-Service CULPEPPER Central Restaurant Open 6:00 A.M. to 11:00 P.M. Daily Choice Western Steaks and Seafood Buick 85 Pontiac OUI' Specialty Dealers g "If you have fried tba rest, Office Phone 306 than try Hoe best." Service PhOne1690 104 East Main Street Elizabeth City, N- C- Elizabeth City, N. C. 107 Willis S. Wright Dodge SL Plymouth Sales 85 Service Dodge Trucks Cushman Scooters PHONE 101 RUCKFR 65 Sl-IFFLY CO. "Elizubefb Cifyk Best Shire" Specialty in Ladies Ready-to-Wear 1. H, WILKINS Furniture Company Automatic Washers Albemarle Building and Loan Association "We help folks laelp flyefrzselzfesn Reglgerators W. BEN GOODWIN, Secretary-Treaszzrer Vacu Ijlngiaa ers S03 E. Main St. Phone 312 u n , 0 Congratulations Melsons Soda Fountain t th O C Bus Station , Class of 49 Elizabeth City, N. C. R. C. ABBOTT CO. Congratulations Coastal Freight to the Lines, Inc. Class of ,49 CADFR HARRIS 86 SON "The Friendly Slow" Franchise Motor Freight Elizabeth City, N. C. Carolina Printing CO. Designers and Makers of Distinctive Printing PHONE 98 6 Elizabeth City, N. C. TWifOrd's Euneral Home AI7ZbZlIdIZC6 Service 24 Hours Elizabeth City Phone 24 Sawyer Company "The Quality Shop for Men" McMorrine 85 Colonial Ave. Compliments of JONES Sc TEMPLE PHONE 650 Elizabeth City, N. C. Kramer Electric CO. 414 East, Colonial Avenue Elizabeth City, N. C. "Everything for Electrical Living" 1. H. WHALEY Dealer in Country Produce PHONE 1251 Compliments of 1. s, BROTHERS MARKET Phone 700 The Apothecary Shop A Rexall Drug Store PHONE 400 GEO. A. COX Tailoring Repairing 81 Alterations Virginia Dare Arcade Elizabeth City, N. C. Best Vfishes! Fort Raleigh Grill The Home of Home Cooking O. R. SYMONS Wholesale Fruit 86 Produce Elizabeth City, N. C. Oliver M. Layden Oliver D. Layden, jr. Norman H. Gregory The New Fowler Store Wbolvsala' Dry Goods, Notions, Boots, Shoes, Oiled Clothing, Netting, etc. Phone 1981 111 N. Water St Elizabeth City, N. C. Compliments of Norfolk Southern Bus Corporation Compliments of WGAI "TI-IE ALBEMARLE'S MOST POWERFUL VOICEU MAGAZINES PATENT MEDICINES Gard's Confectionery 112 East Main Street Thomas A. Madrin Proprietor Elizabeth City, N. c. S. WADE MARR Investments 0 Compliments of ELIZABETH CITY BRICK COMPANY BUILDERS' SUPPLIES I-IASKETT FARM SUPPLY Massey - Harris Sales and Service West Ehringhaus Street Extended Elizabeth City, N. C. PHONE 2014 VIRGINIA DARE AUTG SERVICE U. S. TIRES BATTERIES ACCESSORIES Fearing and Poindexter Elizabeth City, N. C. PHONE 1077 Smooth Sailing to the Class of ,49 Pasquotank River Yacht Club Compliments of HOOPER BROS. 'X17fJ0lesale Paper and Office Szzpplirs Virginia Dare Arcade Elizabeth City, N. C. Albemarle Automotive Supply Company, Inc. Wfbolesalers 219-221 N. Poindexter Street Elizabeth City, N. C. Paris, Supplies Shop Eqzfipnzeuf PHONES 1309-1811 Guaranty Bank and Trust Company Iisrablislwd 1901 Member Eetleral Deposit Insurance Corporation PHoN1a 279 Elizabeth City, N. C. Compliments of M. CT. Morrisette 51 Son FURNITURE 2 The Daily Advance The daily newspaper of the Albemarle For over 37 years Say If Wifi: Flowers From MILDREDS FLORIST SHOPPE South Road Street PHONE 842 Best of Luck and Happiness to the Senior Class THE GOL-DAR One of the oldest and smartest cleaners in town. You've tried the rest, now try the best. Thirty years in this city with complete satisfaction. L. W. Smith Cleaner Works PHONE 840 FOREMAN DAIRIES Grade "A" Pasteurized Milk Products Visit Our Milk Bar In Center of City Elizabeth City Freezer Locker Plant, Inc. 204-206 West Grice Street PHONE 1643 Whaley Furniture Co. PHONE 211 Philco Radios and Philco Refrigerators Simmons Mattresses 85 Springs Turner's Soda Shop odas andwiches undries Virginia Dare Arcade PHONE 858 C0lIKQVdf1l1dfi01IS io the Class of '49 MCDQWELL MOTOR COMPANY YOUR DEALER 24 Hour Wl'UC'kUl' Service SPECIALIZING IN BODY 86 FENDER WORK PAINTING 86 MECHANICAL REPAIRING TELEPHONES 102 Sc 1171 BE SAFE BE SURE BUY fm'1?v'iio1Er f PERRY MOTOR COMPANY Helping to make this a better Community to live in ELIZABETH CITY PROGRESSIVE ASSOCIATION 114 The FIRST Sc CITIZENS NATIONAL BANK . "The Only National B k In The Albemarlen B fL k h s Cl CULPEPPER HARDWARE CO Compliments of WOGDLEY GROCERY CO. QUINN FURNITURE Co. Qualify Furnifure S. W. TWIFORD, Owner 209 North Poindexter Str Elizabeth City, N. C. Compliments of CAROLINA AMUSEMENT CO. Carolina Alkrama and Center "Best In Motion Pirfzzwsn Mill, Plumbing and Marine Supplies SANDERS COMPANY Water, Pearl, 86 Poindexter Streets Elizabeth City, N. C. WILLIAMS FURNITURE CO FURIXIITURE, STQVES and REFRIGERATQRS 220 North Poindcxtcr Street PHONE 1867 Elizabeth City, N. C. Compliments of Coca-Cola f 5x ff H The tastglffg N that always charms DRIN J' 'I1P""f'51 P' 4 H5 1 S 1, Elizabeth City Coca-Cola Bottling Works, Inc. 116 l A Cordial Welcome Awaits You KRAMER BROS. CO. at LUMBER AND MILLWORK THE CAROLINIAN Nags Head's Newest Hotel Luck to the Senior Class Open All Year . C l' f HOPk1HS Brothers Omp 'ments O Plumbing, Heating Elizabeth 81 Suburban and Electrical Contractors , Gas Company Supplies 104 North Martin Street Special Attention to Repair Work East Ehringhaus Street. HI THERM GAS Elizabeth City, N- C- SERVICE BEYOND CITY MAINS 117 LOVE'S STATE THEATRE Elizalnffb Cify's Finesf GARRETT HARDWARE CO. Elizabeth City, N. C. Compliments of CARTER BROS. GARAGE Automobile Service OVERMAN SC STEVENSON "Prz'scrip1'i0n Druggisisn Phone 321 We Deliver SERVICE NEWS COMPANY 106 North Martin LORIMER W. MIDGETT MUTUAL INSURANCE Phone 706 Kramer Building Elizabeth city, N. c. Best Wishes of PIPKIN 86 REID WEBB'S GROCERY Pickup 86 Delivery Phone 648-J OWENS' GROCERY H omr' Cooked Pc'a11ufs cies SandzL'iHJ05 Phone 1 5 8 2-W RUSSELL 85 HOLMES SHOES "Wb0r4' shopping is Il p1z'as11r1"' Nationally Advertised Shoes for the Family Elizabeth City, N. C. HURDLE HARDWARE and SERVICE STATION 325 XVest Main Street Phone 803 Compliments of FIRE DEPARTMENT Elizabeth City, N. C. THE HOUSE OF I-IURDLES Love's State Theatre Building GRIFFIN BICYCLE SHOP Repairs for any make bicycle Keys made for any lock MANN,S GARAGE Complete Auto Service R. S. JORDAN COMPANY Plumbing - Heating Electrical Supplies Congratulations to the Senior Class CAROLINA COFFEE SHOP Elizabrfh Cifgfs Finest AYDLETT PRODUCTS CO "Frr'sl1 Pofafo Cliijnsn jACOCK'S PHARMACY "Y0z1'rc always ufcflcomc' af Wa1grren's,, PAUL BRADSHAW JEWELER 104 North Poindcxtcr Street Elizabeth City, N. C. JONES MOTOR COMPANY DeSoto 86 Plymouth Dealers Compliments of NEW SOUTHERN HOTEL BARBER SHOP Best Wishes from ELITE SANDWICH SHOP Elizabeth City, N. C. G. C. CULPEPPER Corner Rd. 85 Colonial Qualify Beers JONES DISTRIBUTING CO. I ! Flowers for all 0Ct'6lSi0l1S from CLARA ANN'S FLORIST SHOP Compliments Compliments of 85 INS. RGAD STREE'T Elizabeth City, N. C. DEI-ICATESSEN DR. J. W. SELIG OPTOMETRIST Success to the Class of '49 THE SUNDRY SHOP ECONOMY AUTO SUPPLY ' 613 East Main Street Compliments of PRITCHARD 86 DAVIS Meat. Market Congratulations to the Class of ,49 from Bert and Ierry down at WHALEY'S "The place to meet your friends" Congratulations Young ,uns Now that you have graduated you are big enough to read The Independent Seven Days A Week Phone 284 Eastern Carolina's Finest HOTEL VIRGINIA DARE 100 Rooms-Modern-Fire Proof Air Conditioned Coffee Shop Connecting Garage On the Ocean Highway U. S. 17 RAY S. JONES Manager Congratulations and Best Wishes to the Class of '49 GLOBE FISH COMPANY Wholesale Fresh FISH Elizabeth City, N. C. W. E. PAPPENDICK Retail Dealer in Beef, Poultry, Pork, Etc. South Poindexter St. FRISBY'S STUDIO Portrait and Commercial Photographers For better photographs go to FRISBY'S Compliments of THELEl5?gHEx2gir3HOP CRIDLIN MOTOR COMPANY Telephone 580 110 McM0rrine St. KAISER-FRAZER DEALER Madge Thacker Eliz. City, N. C. , OWENS, BARBER SHOP Second Floor-Next Door to the new Center Theatre , Compliments of CORDON'S SHEET Sz METAL CO. ALBEMARLE LAUNDRY and DRY CLEANERS PHONE 125 Congratulations and Success -to the Senior Class CAROLINA FARM SUPPLY CO. Compliments of THE ALBEMARLE SPORT CENTER WILSON'S WHOLESALE BAKERY Elizabeth City, N. C. Phone 408 O. B. WEST 61 CO. Children's Cotton and junior Dresses GREGORY PRODUCE Buyer and Shipper Potatoes, Cabbage and Soy Beans The CUARANITY EXTERMINATING CO. Guaranteed Termite Control Free Inspection fir Estimate Compliments of Telephone 1880-W J. D. Williams PELEG MIDGETT L. B. TWIFORD Real Estate Virginia Dare Arcade Best Wishes JOE LAMB NU QUALITY ICE CREAM D. WALTER HARRIS THOMAS CRANK CITY WOOD 8: COAL CO. SUNSHINE GROCERY E. S. CHESSON 61 SON TWIDDY dz WHITE OWENS FISH MARKET COLONIAL CHINESE LAUNDRY MERIT SHOE CO. BONTON BEAUTY SALON OWENS SHOE CO. BUY EARLY AND OFTEN AT YOUR SCHOOL STORE 8:30 to 8:45 Complimenls of ELIZABETH CITY PRODUCTIVE CREDIT ASSOCIATION C I, t f PRATT 8: CEORCE'S Ommmen S 0 CONFECTIONARY COLONIAL CLEANERS 611 Eaigshlain St- ASKEW 8: SON Plumbing and Heating 104 E. Fearing St. Phone 1760 BUXTON WHITE U SEED Co. I The Live Seed House' Elizabeth City, N. C. Best Wishes from WARD 81 SON 310-312 S. Pool St. Cliff, "Opp" and the Boys Welding Machine Forge Supplies PHONE 1625 BELK-TYLER COMPANY Teen-Age Sport Shop 2nd Floor "Elizabeth Cityis Shopping Centerv MCPHERSON BROS. BEVERAGE CO. Pepsi-Cola Orange Crush 7-Up Telephone 291 Ehringhaus Street Extended ff DAVENPORT MOTORS Your Linroln 53' Mercury Dealer Elizabeth City, N. C. Phoen 1740 R 1AL..QRo 99 COLA W4' Biff BY fA5ff'ff5f ROYAL CROWN BOTTLINC CO. Elizabeth City, N. C. Compliments of CITY MOTOR PARTS Elizabeth City, N. C. LAMM,S SANDWICH SHOP Hotdog-Hamburgers 9 .X4l'l0fAQl" gona! KOOL D lgrinfecl Lg me Un E 5 5 lm.-. Z . mf L 4. fig Phone 2-5017 1 J I , 'Qian' r . .r'W '+ AUT O1GR API-IS 4 1 A 11. , 4' M1 - '5- , , W ,, ,, x W Y'f...x X ' .9 , . -:".,l 1, I' k 'iT"Y'l.-Ill-1 4 X mwql-. Y' ni' wi avi N 5' A., , 2' +1 ,g,, ,',fwr,: L, . x I --HH :ff ' ,, ,X f'! Y l r If -'- r w ,Q , , W 1 'f i , 5 . ,W , ,F 9 ,l I .P A t "MS S" . X. xx ,r V N mrs , k. x,,.. 4 A U T o G RA A , , , f 1 p x 4 1 P X f 1 ,N A. , ' 'N' X " 'A "' 5 " -MV "'w?'2., . , . . .xi H, X xv Xu' ,r. , 4, I, -"' wav ,, IA 'X 'V '4 .4- H "fs:--.' vig, N ,x 'x vw. , N u 'W' 1 .mv . " L , ,W ,N 4, , .1 I .x, , X B we I. 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