Elizabeth City High School - Spotlight Yearbook (Elizabeth City, NC)
- Class of 1951
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Elizabeth City, NC 27909
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CHARLOTTE MAE BROCKWELL
The Spotlight Staff
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Because she has proven herself a kind, loyal, and
helpful friend, given wholeheartedly of her time and
ability, and worked toward the scholastic betterment
of the school, we dedicate this twenty-ninth volume
of the Spotlight to - -
Miss Rebecca Webb
Through these pages we present "Life on a Southern
Plantation"-E. C. H. S. style. The plantation, where all
activities take place, is our very own school. As you shall
see, we have on our plantation masters, overseers, belles
and their beaux and last but by no means least-the slaves.
After viewing our activities and visiting our markets,
you will have spent the year l95O-51 on our southern plan-
tation-E. C. H. S.
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The Plantation Page
The Masters Page
The Overseers Page
The Southern Belles and Their Beaux Page
The Slaves Page
Activities in the South Page
The Southern Gazette Page
Our Southern Markets Page
HRD lll lliUSlEES
Left to right: Dr. H. E. Butler, W. R. Gordon, C. O, Brockwell, J. C. Sawyer, chairman, W. A.
Worth, E. C. Funderburk, secretary, G. C. Spence, J. C. Abbott. Absent from picture: Dr.
J. H. Bonner.
To the members of the Elizabeth City Board of Graded School Trustees
we would express our heartfelt and sincere gratitude. We appreciate their
unselfish and untiring efforts toward securing better educational facilities
for our city. Our admiration, respect and love go to the men who do so much
to shape the destiny of E. C. H. S.
EARL C. FUNDERBURK
University of North Carolina
Chapel Hill, N. C.
Mr. Funderburk has been untiring in
his efforts toward the upbuilding of our
school through the years he has served
us as principal and now as superinten-
dent. By his efforts also we are now see-
ing the results of his labors in our new
FRED J, EASON
Wake Forest College
Wake Forest, N. C,
Even though Mr. Eason has been with
us only two years as principal, already he
has won a place in our hearts by willingly
giving us advice, by helping us over our
rough soots, by kindly granting our
wishes and by guiding us when we
seemed to go wrong.
HELEN AUSLEY MARY BLANE AYDLETT PANTHA AYDLETT HORTENSE BOOMER
Natural Scienceg BS., Missis- Musicg AB., East Carolina Englishg BA., Berea College. Librarian: B-A-, East CBI'0liI'1H
sipoi State College for Womeng Teachers College. T9aCl'l9VS COHGQGJ 55- in l--5-,
M,P.l-I., Yale University.
Physical Educationg Social Sci-
emi!-35 B.S., Wake Forest Col-
University of North Carolina.
SCOTT C. CALLAWAY ELIZABETH CHAPPELL PAULINE MOE CLINKSCALES
Musicg B.A.E., University of Home Economics: B.S,l-l.E,, Wo- Social Scienceg B.S., Eau Claire
Mississiopig M,M., University of man's College of the University Wisconsin, Teacher's State Col-
Michigan. ot North Carolina. ege.
BERTHA COOPER ESTELLA COX IMOGENE DENBO DORIS DOZIER
MafhemSTiCS7 B-A-, M-A-, EHS' Secretaryp Barrett's Business English: A.B., University of Commercialp B.S., Woman's
Carolina Teachers College- School. North Carolina. College of the University of
ANNIE MARIE JACKSON JOHN W. JOHNSON
Englishg B.A., Meredith College. Physical Educationg B.S., North
Carolina State Coliegeg M.A.,
University of North Carolina.
Englishg B.A., M.A., University
of North Carolina.
French, Spanishg B.A., Univer-
sity of North Carolina: M.A.,
University of Havana.
PAUL R. LITTLE ELOISE MOON MARY OWENS MARION ROGERS
Industrial Artsg B.S., University Physical Educationg B.S., Wo- Latin, Mathematicsp B.A., Col- Mugicg B,M.E, Oklahoma A, and
of Maryland. man's College of the University lege of William and Mary. L. College: M.M., University of
of North Carolina. Michigan.
Businessj B.S. East Carolina
ERMA TURNER JOHN TURNER
Biologyg B.A., M.A., East Caro- Social Science: B.A., Duke Uni-
Iina Teachers College. versitY-
Mathematicsg B.A., Wake For-
est Collegeg M.A., Columbia
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Margaret Ann Jackson-
Carolyn Finck ..,.........
Clay Foreman ............
JUNIOR CLASS OFFICERS
FRESHMAN CLASS OFFICERS
SOPHOMORE CLASS OFFICERS
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Bert Smith ---------------- President
Joann Gill ................. Secretary
David Jennette ............
Peter Ashton .............
Kristin Johnson -----.--
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Fay Pritchard ............-. Secretary
William Kahlbaum ..--.
William Bartlett ..........-- Treasurer
John Sawyer ...........-.- - President
Dorothy Lawrence- ---------- Treasurer
Duke White .-.--.--.-- Vice-President
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LOIS JEAN ARMSTRONG
"Juice" has always led our class Calpha-
beticallylg bet Moody will be glad to let her
lead him around.
Glee Club lg Band 2, 3, 4, Officer 4,
Commercial Club 3, J. V. Basketball l, 2,
Varsity 3, 45 Monogram Club 3, 45 J. V.
Cheerleader lg G. A. A. 4, Arts and Cul-
ture Club 2j Travel Club 35 F. H, A. 4,
President 45 H. R. Treasurer 3, 4, Jr. Red
Cross lg Jr. Dramatics l.
PATRICIA JEAN AUSTIN
Head full of brains and looks a plenty,
that's our little Hatteras lass.
Band I, 25 Loudspeaker Staff lg Tri-Hi-Y
45 National Honor Society 3, 45 Travel Club
3, 4, Freshman Class President, Junior Class
Treasurer, H. R. President I, Office 4.
WILLIAM THOMAS BEACHAM, III
"Chewing gum" Beacham is everybody's
friend. He is always there when needed.
Audio-Visual 35 J. V. Football 2, 3, Var-
sity 4g J. V. Basketball 2, Varsity 35 Travel
Club 4, Speech Club 4, President 4.
ROLAND JAMES BELL
James is a hard working, conqenial guy
who makes friends easily and is liked by all.
KATHLEEN VIRGINIA BERRY
This little miss is quiet and intelligent,
and has friends everywhere she qoes.
Glee Club 45 F. H. A. 35 International
Relations Club 4.
BERTHA MARIE BERRY
Tho' quiet she may be, Marie is ready to
help everyone at any time.
Beneath her curly black hair lies a bright
brain. She's tops on our list for an all around
Junior High School, Henderson, N. C. l,
Glee Club 3, 4, 4-H Club l, F. H. A. 3, 4,
Jr. Red Cross l.
NORMAN WESLEY BRICKHOUSE
Our very own "Plug"! What would we
do without him and his "tee total losses".
Jr. Dramatic Club 2, J. V. Football 2,
Varsity 3, 4, Baseball Team 2, 3, 4, Mono-
gram Club 2, 3, 4, 4-H Club 2, 3, 4, Vice-
Pres. 3, Pres. 4, H. R. Vice-Pres. 4, Safety
Patrol 3, 4.
VICTOR ANDERSON BRIGHT
"Vic" is known mostly to us for his foot-
ball. Although he's small, he is one of Eliz-
abeth City's scrappiest ball players.
Glee Club l, 2, J. V. Football 2, Varsity
3, 4, Monogram Club 3, 4, Key Club 4,
Safety Patrol 4.
CHARLOTTE MAE BROCKWELL
She's the gal with the "dough" behind
ye olde 1951 Spotlight. Into everything, ev-
erywhere you look, you find Charlotte.
Glee Club l, 2, 3, 4, Spotlight Staff 2,
3, 4, Adv. Mgr. 3, Bus. Mgr. 4, Tri-Hi-Y
4, National Honor Society 3, 4, Treas. 4,
Marshall 3, Dramatic Club l, 4, Commer-
cial Club 3, Honorary Journalistic Society 3,
Vice-Eres. 3, H. R. Representative 4, Scrib-
HARRIETT ANNE BURGESS
Looking for a beauty plus pep? Burgie is
iust the one. She's the lovely lass with the
99144 IOOM pure complexion.
Spotlight Staff 4, Loudspeaker Staff 2,
Jr. Dramatic Club 3, Junior Play Staff 3, Jr.
Commercial Club 4, Varsity Cheerleader 4,
4-H Club l, Arts and Culture Club l, Spot-
light Club 3, Pres. 3, H. R. Sec. 3, S. C.
Committee 2, Scribbler 4, International Re-
lations 4, Sec. 4, Jr. Red Cross l, 2, Varsity
You may think he hasn't much to say,
but get him started and he'll surprise all of
Glee Club 4 Hi Y 4 Nation I H n r o
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CIGTY 3, 42 J. V. Football 3, Varsity 4, Safe-
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VERNON LEARY BURGESS
The friendly lad from Shawboro way, who
always lends a helping hand to a friend in
Glee Club 4.
ROBERT MERRIELL BYRUM
Handsome Bobby takes up your tickets at
the movies. He's well liked by all and espe-
cially admired by the gals.
Glee Club l, Band l, 2, 3, International
THOMAS BENJAMIN COX, JR.
This handsome, curly black-haired chap
likes sailing and football.
J. V. Football 4, H. R. President 4.
CHARLES WESLEY CUTHRELL
Football, basketball, baseball, "Speck" is
an all around sports hero.
Glee Club 3, 4, V. Pres. 3, 4, Hi-Y 3, 4,
Audio-Visual l, 2, 3, 4, J. V. Football l,
Varsity 2, 3, 4, Varsity Basketball 2, 3, 4,
Co-Captain 4, Pasquocam Basketball l, Base-
ball Team 2, 3, 4, Monogram Club 3, 4,
Sec. 4, H. R. V.-Pres. l, Pres. 2, Safety Pa-
trol 3, 4.
"Red" has the vitality and go-get-em that
we sure hate to lose around here. She rates
high with everyone.
Band l, 2, 3, 4, Majorette 2, 3, 4, Dra-
matic Club l, 2, 3, 4, Pres. 4, Junior Play
Cast 3, Commercial Club 3, V.-Pres. 3, H.
R Sec. l, V.-Pres 2, H. R. Representative,
Senior Personality 4.
AXIE ALEXANDER DAVIS
EIgin's girl plays the accompaniment for
the Glee Club. She's a whiz in her studies
and is liked by everyone.
Glee Club l, 2, 3, 4, Accompanist l, 2,
3, 4, Treasurer 3, 4, Tri-Hi-Y 4, National
Honor Society 3, 4, Travel Club 3, 4.
MARLENE MAY DEERING
Everyone's friend and the life of the party
-that's our wonderful little maiorette,
Band l, 2, 3, 45 Jr. Dramatic Club 'l5
Junior Play Staff 35 Commercial Club 45
G. A. A. 45 Travel Club 35 H. R. Vice-Pres.
35 Jr. Red Cross l.
CHARLES BOBBY DE MARQUE
Just call him "Lefty". He's a good sport
and a real credit to our basketball team!
Glee Club 45 Hi-Y 45 J. V. Football 3,
Varsity 45 J. V, Basketball 2, Varsity 3, 45
Baseball Team 3, 45 Monogram Club 4.
MYRA SMITH DE ROCK
De Rock is a very lucky guy to get this
tall, beautiful, singing brunette.
Glee Club l, 25 Dramatic Club 2, 4.
ROBERT WALTER DRAKE
Whenever you hear a long, rolling,
friendly laugh, you can be sure that Robert
Junior Play Staff 35 Key Club 35 Interna-
tional Relations 4.
Don is the gent with the brown eyes and
black hair. You see him around every now
MADGE MARIE EVANS
This hard working qirl has as her guide
to success the motto "Lend A Hand".
Glee Club 15 Jr. Dramatic Club 25 Com-
vinercial Club 35 F. H. A. 3, 45 Jr. Red Cross
ERNEST FRANKLIN FARY, JR.
Frank wouldn't be himself without that
short hair cut and contagious smile.
America School, Manila l, 2, 3, Glee Club
lg Band lg Bamboo Telegraph l, 2, 3, 45
National Honor Society 4, Junior Play Cast
3, J. V. Basketball 25 Baseball Team 2, 3,
Freshman Sec., Sophomore Sec., Vice-Pres.
of Student Council in American School,
CAROLYN ELIZABETH FINCK
"We dream of Finckie with the beautiful
blonde hair," Singing, acting, piano playing,
with a great big smile. Friendliness, her
Glee Club l, 2, 3, 4, Sec. 3, Spotlight
Staff 4, Loudspeaker Staff lp Dramatic Club
3, 4, Junior Play Cast 3, Music Apprecia-
tion 4, Sec. 45 Spotlight Club 3, Vice-Pres.
35 Freshman Class Sec., Sophomore Class
Sec., Senior Class Treas., H. R. Sec. I, 2, 4,
H. R. Vice-Pres. 35 S. C. Committee 2, 47
Scribbler 47 Jr. Dramatics 2,
ROBERT LAYDEN FORBES
Now it isn't that "Gopher" doesn't know
a lot, he iust can't think of it.
Audio-Visual 2, 4-H Club l, 2, 3.
WILDON BURTON FORBES
Say, who let him in again? Maybe "Drip"
just couldn't say goodbye to girls. Anyway
we were glad to have his friendly grin
Hi-Y 3, 4, 5, Dramatic Club 25 J. V.
Football 1, 2, Varsity 3, 4, 55 Baseball Team
3, 4, 5, Monogram Club 3, 4, 5, H. R. Sec.
l, 2, Safety Patrol 4, 5.
CLAY BERTRAND FOREMAN, JR.
lf you want to find Clay, iust look for a
cute little fellow with girls galore following
Glee Club 45 Hi-Y 3, National Honor So-
ciety 4, J. V. Football l, Varsity 2, 3, 45
Varsity Basketball 2, 3, 4, Co-Captain 45
Pasquocam Basketball lp Monogram Club
2, 3, 4, Key Club 45 Sophomore Class
Treas., Senior Class Pres.: H. R. Pres. l, H.
R. Treas. 25 S. C. 45 Traffic Chairman 45
Safety Patrol 2, 3, 45 Senior Personality.
MARY ELIZABETH FULCHER
"Woe is me," yes, that's the cry heard
from Libby as she runs through the halls.
Glee Club l, 2, 3, 4, Dramatic Club l,
3, 4, Spotlight Club 3.
Good gosh, here's Priss! Wonder how you
ever made it since you've been on the loose
with that ialopy of yours. No kidding, peo-
ple, you would never forget this girl if you
ever got to know her.
Glee Club I, 2, 3, Vice-Pres. 3, Sr. Com-
mercial Club 3, 4, G. A. A. 35 Patriotic
SARAH CAROLYN GILDEN
Friends a plenty has this senior girl. Al-
ways ready for a good time and fun with the
Band 2, Jr. Dramatic Club I, Commercial
Club 3, 4, Treas. 45 G. A. A. 3, F. H. A. 4.
JOE HENRY GREGORY
The best things come in small packages.
This applies to Joe.
Band I, 2, 3, 4, Officer 4, Dramatic Club
I, 25 Junior Play Staff 3, J. V. Basketball
2, 3, Key Club 3, Travel Club 35 Safety
CLARA MAE HARRIS
"Pearl Buck" is one of the many nick-
names of this pretty, versatile, young gal
about school, whose drawings adorn the
pages of this annual.
Band I, 2, 3, 4, Officer 4, Spotlight Staff
4, Tri-Hi-Y 4, Treas. 4, National Honor So-
ciety 3, 4, Dramatic Club I, Junior Play
Staff 3, Arts and Culture Club 2, Sec. 27
Music Appreciation 37 Spotlight Club 3,
Pres. 3, F. T. A. 45 H. R. Vice-Pres. 2,
Sec. 37 S. C. Committee 4, H. R. Represen-
Sative 45 Jr. Red Cross 2, Scribbler 4, Office
DORIS LEE HARRIS
Dependable, nice, a swell senior girl! But
her heart belongs to Baxter.
National Honor Society 4, Dramatic Club
I, 2, Junior Play Staff 3, Commercial Club
3, 4, Vice-Pres. 4, J. V. Basketball I, 27
G. A. A. 3, 4, Sec. 47 Arts and Culture Club
2, S. C. Committee 47 Jr. Red Cross I, 2.
PRESTON NEWBY HARRIS
One of the many golf friends in ye ole'
E. C. H. S. is this happy-go-lucky boy. His
personality will alwavs win him many friends.
Norview High School I, Granby, Weath-
ersfield High, Leavensworth High, 2: J. V.
gasltcetball 2, Monogram Club 4: Golf Team
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OSCAR TAYLOR HINES, III
The girls' hearts go pitter-Datter for this
tall, dark, and handsome Old Trapper, but
this doesn't phase Taylor at all-he's sold on
books, and he's reallv an intelliqent quy.
Whitehaven Hiqh School I: Hi-Y 3, 4:
National Honor Society 3, 4: Marshal Co-
Chief 3: Dramatic Club 3. Treas. 3: Junior
Plav Staff 3: S. C. Vice-Pres. 3, Sgt.-Arms
4: International Relations Club 4, Pres. 4:
Senior Personality 4.
NORA VIRGINIA HUGHES
Never say "study" to Nora, especially
when she's talkinq.
4-H Club I, 2: Travel Club 3: Jr. Red
MARGARET ANN JACKSON '
One of our best twirlers is "Maqqie".
She has nersonalitv and beautv plus brains.
Glee Club I, 2: Band I, 2. 3, 4: Tri-Hi-Y
4: National Honor Society 3. 4: Dramatic
Club 2. 4: Junior Play Staff 3: Commercial
Cluh 3: Senior Sec.: H. R. Pres. 2, 3. 4:
S. C. Representative I, Sec. 2, Committee
Chairman '3: Girls' State 3: Senior Person-
MARIAN MARIE JACKSON
Never let it be said that Marian keeps her
mouth shut or that there's a dull moment
when she's around.
Jr. Dramatic Club I, 2: Commercial Club
4: J. V. Basketball 2: F. H. A. 3, 4: Jr. Red
Cross I, 2.
ESSIE MAE JAMES
Diminutive, talkative and active is this
gal. She's one of those cute twins.
Commercial Club 4: F. H. A. 3, 4.
WILLIAM SHAW JENNETTE, JR.
Hats off to the most versatile fellow in
E. C. H. S. Bill has done many things for
our school and we shall always remember
Glee Club I, 2, 3, 4, Treas. 2, Student
Dir. 3, 4: Band I: Hi-Y 3, 4: National Honor
Society 3, 4: Marshal 3: Dramatic Club I, 2,
3, 4: Junior Play Cast 3: Key Club 3: Junior
Class Pres.: H. R. Pres. I, H. R. Representa-
tive 2, 3, S. C. Pres. 4: Mr. I95I.
WARREN JENNETTE, Ill
"Frank Buck" not only has plenty of gray
matter, but a pleasing personality also.
Glee Club l, 25 Band l, 2, Officer 25
Spotlight Staff 45 Hi-Y 45 Audio-Visual 35
J. V. Football 35 J. V. Basketball 25 Key
Club 35 H. R. Pres. 25 S. C. Chr. Election
HARRIETT FAY JENNINGS
"Gentlemen Prefer Blondes" and in this
case it is quite true5 for this girl is one of
the most popular in school.
Glee Club l5 Band 2, 3, 4, Officer 3, 45
Junior Play Staff 35 Library Staff 45 Com-
mercial Club 3, Vice-Pres. 35 J. V. Cheer-
leader I5 Arts and Culture Club 25 F. H. A.
45 Jr. Red Cross 2.
GEORGE LEON JEWEL
This quiet, hard working boy, who is al-
ways willing to help, is well liked by every-
Photography Club 4.
CAROLYN SHERLOCK JOHNSON
"Baby DolI" is that lovely lass who stars
with the band as our little pony. She always
carries a cute smile for all.
Band I, 2, 3, 4, Maiorette5 Dramatic Club
l, 45 Commercial Club 3, Sec. 35 Junior
Play Cast 35 G. A. A. 35 Arts and Culture
Club 25 F. H. A. 45 H. R. Sec. 2, 4, Treas.
35 S. C. Committee 45 Jr. Red Cross 2.
ARTHUR ROGER LEARY
Arthur's persistence in everything will be
a large asset to him in future years.
National Honor Society 3, 4, Pres. 45
Debator 35 Key Club 3, 4, Pres. 45 Interna-
tional Relations 3, 45 Boys' State 3.
ROY ANN LEARY
Recognized by her general smile and
friendly ways, Roy Ann can be depended
upon to do her part.
Ruffner Jr. High l, Norview High School
25 Glee Club 2, 3, 45 Spotlight Staff 45
Tri-Hi-Y 45 Dramatic Club l5 Commercial
Club 35 F. H. A. 4, Sec. 45 H. R. Pres. l5
Jr. Red Cross 1, 2.
WILLIAM B. LIVERMAN
Billy is shy so that few know of his won-
derful talent for drawing.
Loudspeaker Staff 3, Junior Play Staff 3,
S. C. Comm. l.
VENONA MARGARET LONG
This pert little girl is one of Woolworth's
peppy little helpers.
Commercial Club 3, 4, G. A. A. 32 F-
H. A. 4.
CLARENCE WALKER MARSHALL
This tall lanky guy is a likeable chap and
a star on the Jayvee football team.
Stafford High School l, 2, Bridgewater
High School 3, Jayvee Football 4.
MEAD ARNOLD MARSHALL
A smile for everyone seems to be the
slogan for this new comer to our school.
Stafford High School l, 25 Dramatic Club
4, Junior Play Staff 3.
FLORENCE JEAN MEREDITH
Black curly hair, sparkling eyes and a
laugh like no one has ever heard-that's
Flo. She has been a credit to the glee club
and will go far in this old world as an artist
Glee Club l, 2, 3, 4, Vice-Pres. 45 Spot-
light Staff 3, 4, Trl-HiY 45 National Honor
Society 3, 45 Marshal 37 Dramatic Club 45
Junior Play Cast 37 Arts and Culture Club
2, F. H. A. 3, Sec. 35 H. R. Pres. l, Treas.
2, 45 H. R. Representative 3: Committee
2, 45 Jr. Red Cross l, 25 Scrlbbler 4.
FRANK GORDON MILLER
"X-Ray" ls one of the most energetic boys
in E. C. H. S.-especially when he's in ad-
Band lg Hi-Y 3, 45 National Honor Soci-
ety 3, 4, J. V. Football lg J. V. Basketball
35 Pasquocam Basketball lp Key Club 35 H.
S. Vice-Pres. 35 S. C. Chr. of Safety Patrol
PHYLLIS LUE MOGER
"Mo-Jo" iust couldn't do without her
trombone and The Band. This hard-working
girl is one of the most outstanding person-
alities of the class.
Band 2, 3, 4, Officer 3, 45 Spotlight Staff
3, 45 National Honor Society 3, 45 Marshal
35 Junior Play Staff 35 Debator 3, 45 Audio-
Visual l5 J. V. Basketball l5 J. V. Cheer-
leader I5 G. A. A. l5 Arts and Culture Club
25 Speech Club 35 F. T. A. 3, 45 Junior
Class V.-Pres.5 H. R. V.-Pres. l, 2, 4, Pres.
35 Student Council Committee I5 Jr. Red
Cross 25 Girls' State 35 Scribbler 45 Senior
Cute as can be, and wit from the top of
her head up and from the soles of her feet
Commercial Club 3, 45 Arts and Culture
Clug 25 F.H.A. 4, Treas. 45 Jr. Red Cross
WILLIAM BAXTER MORGAN
William is a nice fellow, though he does-
n't say too much except when he is sup-
posed to be quiet.
Glee Club l, 3, 45 Pasquocam Basketball
WIRGMAN CASON MORRISETTE, JR.
"Turk" is always associated with his sax-
ophone which is an essential for the band.
Glee Club l5 Band l, 2, 3, 4, Officer 2,
3, Captain 45 Dramatic Club I5 Junior Play
Cast 35 Pasquocam Basketball l5 Key Club
3, 45 Music Appreciation 3, 4, V.-Pres. 45
F. T. A. 4, Treas. 45 H. R. V.-Pres. l5 Stu-
dent Council Committer l. 2. 3. 4.
Excellent marks the papers of this busy
senior. She's a swell friend and oodles of
Glee Club I, 2, 3, 45 National Honor So-
ciety 3, 45 Commercial Club 45 J. V. Cheer-
leader 25 F. H. A. 3.
JOSEPH EDWARD McPl'lERSON
A quiet, dependable guy who always wears
a broad grin. -
Junior Play Staff 35 Audio-Visual 3,
Treas. 35 4-H Club l, 25 Key Club 3, 45
'gravel Club 35 Student Council Committee
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THOMAS LLOYD NORRIS, JR.
Thomas was new to us this year but he
soon became known because of his friend-
South Mills High I, 2, 3, Glee Club l
2, 3, National Honor Society 3, 4, Marshal
2, 3, J. V. Basketball 2, Student Council
MAXIE CATHERINE OWENS
This little minx fools you at first by her
quiet appearance, but you should see her
when she's going full steam.
Band I, 2, 3, 4, Spotlight Staff l, 2,
Tri-Hi-Y 4, Junior Play Staff 3, Library
Staff 4, Commercial Club 3, Arts and Cul-
ture Club 2, F. H. A. 4, H. R. Treas. I,
H. R. Representative 2, Jr. Red Cross I.
HENRY CLAY OWNEY
This quiet boy is our singing little foot-
Glee Club 3, 4, Junior Play Staff 3, Li-
brary Staff 4, J. V. Football 3, Varsity Foot-
ball 4, Baseball Team 3, Monogram Club
4, Key Club 3, 4.
PATSY POOL PAPPENDICK
"Pool" is known to everyone because of
her friendliness and vitality. Witty sayings
are her specialty.
Glee Club I, 2, 4, Band I, 2, 3, 4, Offi-
cer 2, 3, 4, Spotlight Staff 2, 4, Tri-Hi-Y
4, National Honor Society 3, 4, Marshal 3,
Dramatic Club l, 3, 4, V.-Pres. 3, Junior
Play Cast 3, Homeroom Pres. l, 2, Sec. 3,
Student Council Committee 3, Chairman 4,
Scribbler 4, Senior Personality 4, Office 4,
Spotlight Club 3.
WILLIAM EDWARD PAPPENDICK, III
On the football field, in the classroom, or
anywhere people may be, Billy is a good
friend to all.
Hi-Y 3, 4, National I-lonor Society 3, 4,
Junior Play Staff 3, Library Staff I, Varsity
Football 2, 3, 4, Varsity Basketball 2 ,4,
Pasquocam Basketball I, Monogram Club 2,
3, 4, Key Club 3, Sophomore Pres. 2, Safety
Patrol 2, 3, 4, Senior Personality.
SARA DAY FENDER
This newcomer is quite a beauty and
lsorry fellasl she's already tied the knot.
Davidson High I, 2, 3, Glee Club 4, Mar-
shal 3, Varsity Basketball 2, 4-H Club I, F.
H. A. l, 2, 3.
CURTIS EDWARD PERRY, JR.
Here is a fellow who iust doesn't seem to
be happy unless up to some mischief.
Glee Club l, 2, 3, 4, Audio-Visual 2, 3,
4, J. V. Football 4, Varsity Cheerleader 35
Key Club 3, 4.
"Bill" is president of the Glee Club and
besides his wonderful singing, he always
dances the blues away.
Glee Club 2, 3, 4, Pres. 3, 4, Dramatic
Club 4, V-Pres. 47 J. V. Football l. 2.
ANGELA WILHELMINA POULOS
lf you want to learn about Greece, you'd
better see Angela. She's the gal with the
cheery "hello" for everybody.
Spotlioht Staff 3, 4, Adv. Mgr. 45 Junior
Play Staff 35 Audio-Visual 31 J. V. Basket-
ball 2p Travel Club 45 Speech Club 4,
JAMES CARLYLE PRESCOTT, JR.
Jimmy is an all around E. C. H. S. boy.
He participates and excels in a number of
Hi-Y 3, 4: National Honor Society 4: J.
V. Football l, Varsity 2, 3, 45 Varsity Bas-
ketball 2, 3, 4p Pasauocam Basketball lp
Baseball Team 3, 4, Monogram Club 2, 3, 47
Kev Club 3: Senior V.-Pres. 43 H. R. V.-Pres.
27 Safety Patrol 2, 3, 45 Senior Personality 4.
DENNETT EUGENE RANSOM
A tall, lean, and lankv fellow, liked by all,
who has auite a few female admirers.
Ruffner High l: Cane Mav High 2, Junior
Play Staff 37 Jr. Commercial Club 4.
CHARLES ELBERT RHODES
Reliable, dependable, and industrious, El-
bert has these oualifications and many more.
Library Staff 3. 4: J. V. Football 3: Pas-
quocam Basketball 2: Baseball Team 3, 47
Monogram Club 3, 47 Key Club 4.
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ROBERT EVERETT RHODES, JR.
Robert is the "Bill Stern" of the Senior
Class. If he keeps up the good work he will
some day be known everywhere for his
Spotlight Staff 4, Loudspeaker Staff 3, 4,
Bus. Mgr. 3, Editor 4, Hi-Y 4, National
Honor Society 3, 4, V.-Pres. 4, Junior Play
Staff 3, Pasquocam Basketball I, Honorary
Journalistic Society 3, Key Club 3, Safety
Patrol 4, International Relations 4, V.-Pres.
4, Boys' State 3, Scribbler 4.
EDITH FERN RIGGS
A beauty with brains who is well liked by
everyone is this little Camden miss.
National Honor Society 4, Commercial
Club 4, Girls' Athletic Assn. 4, 4-H Club l,
F. H. A. 3.
BARBARA RAY ROUGHTON
Prettiness, popularity, and personality plus
make Barbara a wonderful senior.
Band 2, 3, Library Staff 4, Commercial
Club 3, 4, J. V. Basketball I, Girls' Athletic
Assn. 3, F.H.A. 4, H. R. V.-Pres. I, Treas.
2, Jr. Red Cross I, 2.
Rah! Rah! Well, well, it's none other
than cheerleader Carolyn. My how her fin-
gers fly over the typewriter as she gets copy
ready for the Spotlight.
Spotlight Staff 4, Dramatic Club 2, Com-
mercial Club 4, J. V. Basketball I, 2, Var-
sity Cheerleader 4, Girls' Athletic Assn. 3,
4, F. H. A. 3, 4, Varsity Basketball 4.
Tommy's easy going, well-liked manner
has made him very popular among the stu-
dents as well as teachers.
Library Staff 4.
ELIZABETH CAROLINA RYMAN
Since the way to -a man's heart is through
his tummy, Betty Carol should have pierced
many a heart by now. Love that southern
New Bern High I, Band 2, 3, Spotlight
Staff 4, Dramatic Club 3, 4, Secretary 4,
Junior Play Staff 3, Arts and Culture Club
5, Speech Club 4, Secretary 4, Jr. Red Cross
ALLAN RAY SAWYER
You may think "Speedy" is, but "Speedy"
ain't. He's made a fine drum maior for the
band though, and we all think the world of
Band I, 2, 3, 4, Officer 2, 3, 4, Audio-
Visual I, Varsity Basketball 2, 3, 4, Pas-
quocam Basketball I, Baseball Team 2, 3, 4,
Monogram 3, 4, Key Club 3, Music Appre-
ciation 4, Pres. 4, F. T. A. 4.
MARY ELIZABETH SAWYER
This pretty girl came to us from James-
ville. Basketball is her pride and joy, so
Jamesville I, 2, 3, Glee Club I, 2, 4,
Varsity Basketball 2, 3, 4-H Club I, 2, Sec.
I, F. H. A. I, 2, 3.
WILLIAM MONDEN SAWYER
Bill is our second "Speedy". He can be
seen most any time in his handy blue car.
GEORGE WALTER SCOTT
Vim, vigor, and vitality, that's George.
Varsity Football 4, J. V. Football 2, 3,
Co-Captain 3, Varsity Basketball 3, 4, J. V.
Basketball 2, Pasquocam Basketball I, Mon-
ogram Club 3, 4, H. R. V.-Pres. 4, Safety
SALLY JENNETTE SEDGWICK
lf you hear her, even though you can't
see her, you know its "Sedge". We all say
she's a wonderful gal.
Glee Club I 2 3 4' S otli ht Staff I 2'
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Jr. Dramatic Club I, Library Staff I, 2, 3, 4,
Varsity Basketball 3, J. V. Basketball 2,
Monogram Club 3, 4, Pres. 4, G. A. A.
2, 3, H. R. Treas. I, Sec. 2, Treas. 3, Stu-
dent Council Committee 2, 3, 4.
JULIAN WOOD SELIG, JR.
The "Bob Hope" of the senior class, ed-
itor of the Spotlight, and an all around good
Spotlight Statf 2, 3, 4, Editor 4, Hi-Y
3, 4, Treas. 4, National Honor Society 3, 4,
Marshal 3, Co-Chief, Junior Play Cast 3,
Library Staff I, Audio-Visual I, Key Club
3, Freshman V.-Pres. I, H. R. Representa-
tive I, 4, S. C. Committee 3, Committee
Chr. 2, Treas. 3, Safety Patrol 4, Scribbler
4, Senior Personality 4.
LAURA EDITH SMITH
Quiet and unassuming is this lass. She
does her best in all she attempts.
Glee Club I5 Band 25 Dramatic Club l,
35 Commercial Club 45 G. A. A. 45 F. H. A.
35 Jr. Red Cross 2.
LOIS AYDLETT SPENCE
"Lize" is a lil'office helper and a swell one
too. Watch her scurrying through the hall.
Band l, 2, 3, 4, Officer 45 Tri-Hi-Y 4,
V.-Pres. 45 National Honor Society 3, 45 Jr.
Dramatic Club l5 Junior Play Staff 35 Com-
mercial Club 3, 4, Sec.-Treas. 35 H. R.
V.-Pres. I, Treas. 45 H. R. Representative 3,
S. C. Treas. 4, Committee 2, 4.
WILLIAM JOSEPH SPENCER
Billy is the "flash bulb" boy for the Spot-
light. He is also a faithful worker for the
Carolina Amusement Co.
Glee Club l, 45 Spotlight Staff 3, 45
Audio-Visual 2, 35 Pasouocam Basketball l5
Key Club 35 Spotlight Club 3.
GILBERT LEVIN SPITZER
Here's a fine boy liked by everybody. His
winsome smile will always be remembered
Photo Club 4.
SHIRLEY MAE SPRUILL
Energy and pep help to make Shirley one
of our best basketball players.
Glee Club 35 Dramatic Club I5 J. V. Bas-
ketball 2, Varsity 3, 45 G.A.A. 3, 45 Travel
Club 45 Spotlight Club 35 Jr. Red Cross 2.
LESLIE ALBERT SQUIRES
"Tim" makes up for being little with the
mighty work he does with paints and a
S. C. Committee I.
LORNA LEE STAPLES
This pretty miss has a combination of
beauty and intelligence. We predict she'll
Band 25 Tri-Hi-Y 45 National Honor So-
ciety 3, 45 Marshal 35 Jr. Dramatic Club 25
Junior Play Staff 35 Library Staff 45 4-H
Club I, 25 Arts and Culture Club 25 F. T. A.
3, 45 Safety Patrol 45 Jr. Red Cross I.
DELORES JUANITA STONE
There's the little girl with the brains! She
makes a big hit with all of us.
2 gational Honor Society 35 G. A. A. I,
VIRGINIA NANNETTE SYLVESTER
"Stalk" is the nickname of the lovely
majorette that leads our band. We all love
you, Nannette, for your lovely smile and
Band I, 2, 3, 4, Officer, Mai. 2, Head
Maj. 3, 45 National Honor Society 3, 45
Dramatic Club I, 35 Junior Play Staff 35
Commercial Club 3, 4, Pres. 3, Sec. 45
Freshman Treas. I, Sophomore V.-Pres. 25
H. R. Treas. I, Sec. 2, Pres. 45 S. C. Com-
mittee 2, 35 Senior Personality 4.
MARY EVELYN TARKINGTON
Been lookin' for a cute lass? Well hitch
to Camden and find Mary Evelyn.
Glee Club I, 2, 3, 45 Spotlight Staff 3, 45
Loudspeaker Staff 25 4-H Club 35 F. H. A.
35 Spotlight Club 3.
LESLIE FALMAN THOMPSON
Leslie is quiet, so you think, but you
sl-hould hear him when he's with his friend,
This girl is an "outstanding personality"
in all our hearts. Don't let her quiet exterior
fool you. She's got what it takes.
Spotlight Staff 25 Dramatic Club 2, 45
Junior Play Staff 35 Commercial Club 3, 45
J. V. Basketball 2, Varsity 3, 45 Monogram
Club 4, V.-Pres. 45 J. V. Cheerleader I,
Varsity 2, 3, 4, Head Cheerleader 45 G.
A. A. 45 H. R. Sec. 3, 45 S. C. Committee
I, 25 Miss I95I.
We would have to go a long way to find
a sweeter person. She is known for her
winning smile and her "Popeye".
Tri-Hi-Y 45 Jr. Dramatic Club 25 Junior
Play Staff 35 Sr. Commercial Club 45 J. V.
Basketball l, Varsity 2, 3, 45 Monogram
Club 3, 45 J. V. Cheerleader l, Varsity 2,
3, 45 G.A.A. 3,45 H. R. Sec. l, Treas. 2, 3.
HARRY UMPHLETT, JR.
When "Acey" isn't selling suits at Belk
Tyler's, he's out driving the car.
Band 25 J. V. Basketball 2, 3, Varsity 45
Safety Patrol 4.
LATHAN VAN UMPHLETT, JR.
Olive loves "Lace" lespecially the kind
with cowlicksl. Van may not be a brain in
a classroom, but put him on a football field!
Glee Club l, 25 Varsity Football 2, 3, 45
J. V. Football i5 Pasquocam Basketball l5
Baseball Team 35 Monogram Club 3, 45 H.
R. V.-Pres. l.
CLYDE SEATON VOLIVA, JR.
He's a shy guy around here, but when he
thinks nobody's looking he really voices his
JAMES FREEMAN WALLACE, JR.
Jimmy has so many girls after him that
he just doesn't have time for them all.
Hi-Y 3, 45 Jr. Dramatic Club 'I5 Varsity
Football 2, 3, 45 J. V. Football l5 J. V.
Basketball 25 Pasquocam Basketball 15 Base-
ball team 2, 3, 45 Monogram Club 2, 3, 45
H. R, Sec. 25 Safety Patrol 3.
JOHN GEORGE WARD
Johnny is the co-captain of our football
team and he has performed superbly.
J. V. Football 1, Varsity 2, 3, 4, Co-cap-
tain 45 J. V. Basketball l5 Baseball Team
2, 3, 45 Monogram Club 2, 3, 4, V.-Pres. 4.
THOMAS W. WHITE
Always chewing gum is this cute boy with
the brown curly hair.
Key Club 3, 4.
JOHN WILLIAM WHITEHURST
Jack is ye old bus driver from Camden,
and a fine one he is.
CHARLES MELICK WILLIAMS
A handsome lad who likes fishing, hunt-
ing, and girls.
Hi-Y 3, 4, V.-Pres. 4, Library Staff 4,
Key Club 3, 4, V.-Pres. 3, H. R. Pres. 2,
Safety Patrol 4.
CHARLES OAKLEY WILLIAMS
Being a member of the Key Club proves
Charles to be quite a boy. His looks don't
hurt a bit, either.
Glee Club l, 2, 3, 4, Library Staff 4,
Kev Club 3, 4, Sec. 4, Photo Club 4,
This cute blonde is really wonderful and
she's iust the one to get along with.
Glee Club 3, 4, Commercial Club 4, Pres.
4, Travel Club 3, F. H. A. 4, Spotlight Club
3, S. C. Committee l.
MARVOURLEEN CAROLYN WINSLOW
"Marvelous" is truly the name for this
bustling Senior-she's a bright gal, watch
Glee Club l, 2, 3, 4, V.-Pres. 3, Tri-Hi-Y
4, Pres. 4, National Honor Society 3, 4,
Sec. 4, Dramatic Club 'l, 4, Junior Play
Staff 3, Commercial Club 3, Junior Sec. 3,
H. R. Treas. 2, V.-Pres. 3, H. R. Representa-
tive l, Committee Chr. 4, Jr. Red Cross I.
SELMA ELAINE WINSLOW
Here's the girl who greets you with a shy
smile and a sweet "hello".
Glee Club I, 2, 3, 4, Sec. 4, Tri-Hi-Y 4,
Sec. 4, Commercial Club 3, Travel Club 4.
A picture of Franklin Harrison does not ap-
Just a few lines to let you know how
proud we are of you. All year you have led
us as head cheerleader. lt's time we cheered
for you. Besides being athletic, you are a
sweet sentimental miss with a contagious smile
and a kind word for everyone. lf we look close
we are able to detect an ever constant impish
sparkle in your eyes. Don't ever forget, Signe,
we all love you.
SS E.lI. H. S.
You really have set a wonderful record
in our school. It will be quite a long time be-
fore any of us shall forget you. You've been
an outstanding leader in everything you have
clone. As president of the Student Council,
Glee Club student director, talented piano
player and singer, you have shown us just how
very capable you are. Hats off to you, Billy.
You will linger long in our memory.
Just as sincerely,
All of Us
Margaret Arm Jackson
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Each year at the baccalaureate service and gradua-
tion exercise, the senior class is led down the aisle by
two dignified little figures in caps and gowns. This
year the senior class has chosen charming little Alice
Hooper and William Clarence Owens. Alice is the
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Julian A. Hooper and William
is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Owens.
The senior scribblers are the authors of the quips
found under each senior's picture. This year the edi-
torial staff of the Spotlight constitute the scribblers
with the editor as chief scribe. Their hard and very im-
portant job is summing up in a few words the person-
alities and outstanding characteristics of the seniors so
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Presiding Officer of the Student Council
Charles Adams, Vice-President, Taylor Hines, Sergeant-at-Arms, Sally Wood Mc-
Mullan, Secretary, Billy Jennette, President, Lois Spence, Treasurer, Miss Bertha
The student council of the Elizabeth City High
School proposes to promote the general welfare of
the school, to establish a closer union and to create
a greater responsibility among the students.
The student council has had several outstanding
projects this year. One of the projects was furnishing
the new student council room. They have also secured
a United Nations flag for the school. During Amer-
ican Education Week the council gave an assembly
program for the high school. This program was
thought to have done an excellent job in making
American Education Week a great success in our
school. The student council gives a trophy every year
for the best kept room. This year the council gave
two dances. At the beginning of the school year
they gave a dance to welcome the freshmen to high
school. Then they gave a semi-formal dance during
the Christmas holidays. Without this dance Christ-
mas just wouldn't be complete. The student council
also financed the cheerleaders and sponsored several
other activities. This year the council had charge of
homecoming which was celebrated at the game played
with New Bern. This proved to be a big success.
This year the student council sent delegates to
the North Carolina Student Council Congress in Char-
lotte. These delegates were Clara Mae Harris, Billy
Jennette, Dorothy Lawrence and their advisor, Miss
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INSIDE SAFETY PATROL
FIRST ROWg Carolyn Johnson, Lorna Lee Stapples. SECOND ROW: Julian Selig,
Robert Rhodes, Skipper Hall, Clay Foreman, Chairman. THIRD ROW: George
Scott, Charles Cuthrell, John L. Sawyer, Billy Pappendick, Joe Gregory, Melick
Williams, Dewey Burgess, Jimmy Prescott.
Janet Daniels, Doris Harris, Sally McMullan, Margaret Brumsey, Delores Gaskins,
Shirley Leary, Phillis Gregory, Ann Rochelle, Willa Faye Sawyer, Eileen Moore,
Chairman. ABSENT from picture: Berta Claire Parker, Pat Melson, Rita Sawyer.
OUTSIDE SAFETY PATROL
ELECTIONS: SEATED-Sally Sedgwick, Clara Mae Harris,
Rita Sawyer, and Betty Bright. STANDING-Warren Jen-
nette, Chairman, Wirgman Morrisette, Tommy Norris, Wal-
lace Bagley, and A. J. Peele.
FINANCE: Sylvia Barkley, Bert Smith, Chairman, Jeanne
Pritchard, Lois Spence, Robert Dowdy, Faye Coppersmith.
ABSENT- Bradley Bartlett.
OUTSIDE SAFETY PATROL: BOTTOM ROW-Linwood
Gregory. MIDDLE ROW: Gordon Miller, Chairman, Roy
Forbes, Leslie Davis. TOP ROW-Frank Fary, Harry Umph-
lett, Leon Brickhouse. ABSENT-Gordon Fearing, Norman
CALENDAR: Annette Wright, Betty Holland Bell, Chairman,
Lois Mortashed, Ruth Ferrell.
HOUSE AND GROUNDS COMMITTEE
Redwell Forbes, chairman, Harry Seeley,
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Brockwell, Phyllis Price, Florine Bunch, Billy Potter, Heywood Houtz. BACK: Berta
Claire Parker, Ann Gray, Clara Mae Harris, Julian Selig, William Bartlett, Dal Wil-
liams, Macon Nixon, Skipper Hall.
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Florence Meredith, senior editor, Myrtle Miller, sophomore editor, Phyllis Moger, activities ed-
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Q ways. Students who are weak in certain academic subjects have been
3: tutored by members of the club. A room supervised by one or more
of the members has ben set aside tor make-up work after school for
those students who miss classes. At the annual spring ball a king
and queen are elected on the basis of scholarship, leadership, service,
and character. Notes of congratulations are sent to students not
members of the club who make excellent grades. During the year a
talent program was given to bring out talent in our student body.
We are indeed fortunate to have such an active club to promote
and character in our school.
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An asset to our school is the very active Key Club. The mern-
bers of this club assist the principal, do their part to beautify and
improve the school in every possible way, serve the school, church,
and community, and function with all the other clubs in school. This
year the club has managed the selling of tickets to all home football
games, held a Thanksgiving Dance and beautifi d
in many ways.
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Lois Spence ................. Vice-President Margaret Ann Jackson ...........-. Chaplain
Selma Winslow ................... Secretary Mrs. John Turner ............,..... Advisor
The promotion of Christian character and leadership at
school is stressed by both the Tri-Hi-Y and Hi-Y. These two
honor clubs are essential in our school life because of the
influence they have on the school and community. The stu-
dents are encouraged to take a 'more active part in church
activities and to make their community better by developing
and carrying out Christian ideals.
SEATED: Mrs. John Turner, Clara Mae Harris, Marvourleen Wins- ence Meredith, Roy Ann Leary, Axie Davis, Sonja Tobiason, Pa
low, Lois Spence, Margaret Ann Jackson, Selma Winslow. STAND- tricia Austin, Maxie Owens..
ING: Lorna Staples, Patsy Pappendick, Charlotte Brockwell, Flor-
Melick Williams .............. Vice-President
Roy Askew ........,......... .... S ecreta ry
Julian Selig, Jr. .................. Treasurer
The Hi-Y and Tri-Hi-Y do much in the community to
stress Christian ideals. The clubs go to a church once a
month in a body. They both contribute to the lunch room
fund and help needy families in many ways, The Tri-l-li-Y
takes Thanksgiving and Christmas baskets to families. The
Hi-Y helps the Salvation Army, Pasquotank T. B. Associa-
tion, and the Cancer Fund. Both clubs are indeed an asset
to our school and to our community.
SEATED: Robert Rhodes, Melick Williams, Jimmy Prescott, John Jennette, Warren Jennette, Billy Pappendick Mr Marion Rogers
Hall, Julian Selig, Roy Askew, Roy Forbes. STANDING: Gordon Wallace Bagley, Billy Hollomon, Wildon Forbes Jimmy Wallace
Miller, Charles Cuthrell, Taylor Hines, Charles DeMarque, Billy Dewey Burgess. ABSENT FROM PICTURE Duke White
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Robe rt Rhodes ....... Reporter
Roy Forbes ......... Chaplain
Marion Rogers ....... Advisor
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The Dramatic Clubs this year are divided into four groups.
The purpose of the freshman group is to stimulate interest in dra-
matic arts, including acting, producing, designing and writing.
The sophomore group gives the opportunity for those who wish
to act to develop their acting ability. The club stresses the train-
ing in self-expression and efficiency in dramatics.
SEATED: Billy Gay McDowell, Elizabeth
Swindell, June Anderson, Ella Batton, Doris
Moore, Sally McMullan, Eleanor Jones, treas-
urer, Joyce Toler, Frances Markham.
STANDING: Dillon Dawson, president, Shir-
ley Leary, Fred Castellow, secretary, Mar-
garet Ann Baker, Bobby Stallings, Betty
Jordon, Betty Wilson, Undine Perry, Bobby
Bell, Dorothy Marsh, Fay Rogers, vice-presi-
dent, Garland Jones, Mable Jean Bray, Har-
vey Baker, Miss Minnie Johnston, advisor.
SEATED ON FLOOR: Loretta Winslow, Ann Rochelle,.
SEATED ON COUCH: Shirley Umphlett, Miss Gene Denbo,
advisor, Vivian Jordon, treasurer, Margaret Brumsey, vice-
president, Anne Elizabeth Winslow, president, Pat Melson,
secretary, Kay Jones. STANDING: Janet Parker, Shirley
Askew, Theresa Lewis, Joyce Austin, Nell Baxter Jackson,
Norma Tobiason, Marilyn Tobiason.
FIRST ROW: Margaret Ann Jackson, Signe Tobiason, treas-
urer, Janet Daniels, president. SECOND ROW: Elizabeth
Fulcher, Flo Meredith, Marvourleen Winslow, Patsy Pappen-
dick, Charlotte Brockwell. THIRD ROW: Miss Gene Denbo,
advisor, Carolyn Johnson, Billy Jennette, Robert Drake,
Meade Marshall, Bill Pipkin, vice-president, Carolyn Finck,
Julian Selig, Betty Carol Ryman, secretary. ABSENT FROM
PICTURE: Myra DeRock.
SEATED: Lois Mortashed, secretary, Helen
Harward, Phyllis Price, Judy Pronier, presi-
dent, Winona Brothers, Joyce Welsted,
Donna Burgess, Verna Austin. STANDING:
Barbara Burnham, Robert Dowdy, vice-presi-
dent: Bert Smith, Bob Sandwich, Roy Askew,
Miss Johnston, advisor.
Upper classmen are given the opportunity to gain a more
general knowledge of the theatrical world through the Junior
Club. ln the senior group one's interest in dramatics are devel-
oped. This club gives a more thorough understanding of the pro-
duction of a play, of the dramatic arts, as they concern acting,
designing, or directing, and of the writing of dialogue, action,
andgcript. All the clubs presented plays for the student body in
'assembly during the year.
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FRONT ROW: Suzanne Seeley, Paula Davenport, Joan Tucker, Grace Coley Ann
Renee Smith, Wirgman Morrisette, vice-president, Anne Gray, treasurer, Carolyn
Finck, secretary, Willa Sawyer, Ruth Ferrell, Rita Munden. SECOND ROW: Pat
Bailey, Dorothy Moore, Jo Ann Sparks, Shirley Ammeen, Patricia Pugh, Kay Spencer
Rita Sawyer, Joyce Bradshaw, Annette Davenport, Donna Meek. THIRD ROW: Mrl
Rogers, advisor, Donna Burgess, Janet Ferriell, Yvonne Vickrey, Annie Rae Davis,
Clifton Chappell, Bobby Sandwich, Harry Seeley, Pete Overman, Leslie Davis. ABSENT
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The ideals of the music club are to develop
a higher quality of musicians, to create a lasting
understanding of music for those who do not
plan to be professional musicians, and to enrich
the students' lives by developing good taste in
music. The club members study the theory of
music to prepare them for advanced study of
music in colleges and universities. They also
study the relation of music to other arts in
FROM PICTURE: Allan Sawyer, president, Doris Onley, June Hayman.
The purpose of the Spotlight Club is to
familiarize students with the kind of work the
members of the annual staff do. Many of the
members of next year's Spotlight staff will be
selected from this club because of their experi-
ence with yearbook work. This year the club
made a mimeograph yearbook as an example of
study in annual work. This experience will bene-
fit the students not only in school work on the
annual, but also in writing, designing, and in
many types of work after school.
FIRST ROW: Miss Mary Owens, advisor, Pat Bailey, Rita Sawyer, Ann Mann, secre-
tary, Faye Pritchard, vice-president, Carolyn Pritchard, president, Kay Black, treas-
urer, Ann Tarkington, Sara Wright, Edith Pugh, Sylvia Owens, Ann Elizabeth Wins-
low. SECOND ROW: Ken Black, Ann Rochelle, Babara Davenport, Yvonne Vickrey,
Jo Ann Sparks, Shirley Askew, Margaret Cartwright, Jean Raby, Shirley Umphlett,
lris Hill, Norma Jean Onley, Billy Stallings. THIRD ROW: Steve Sawyer, Jean
Sherley, Betty Joyce Whaley, Margaret Brumsey, Joyce Ann Alston, Lael McMullan,
Stephanie Benton, Janet Hill, Betty Jean Houtz, Mary Closs Jennette, Theresa Lewis,
June Anderson, Robert Gilden. ABSENT FROM PICTURE: Delores Abernathy, Doris
FIRST ROW: Eleanor Bowes, Harriett Jennings, Lois Jean Armstrong, president,
Roy Ann Leary, secretary, Doris Morgan, treasurer, Susie Seymore, Carolyn Gilden,
Carolyn Johnson, Margie Jones. SECOND ROW: Miss Chappell, advisor, Maxie
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ton, Sara Wright, Virginia Edwards,
Ann Winfree, Betty Bright, Marian
Cartwright, Barbara Finney, Betty
ABSENT FROM PICTURE: Doris
Lupton, Faye Sawyer, Jean Sawyer,
Madge Evans, Yvonne Cartwright. THIRD ROW:
Jackson, Carolyn Marshall, Sadie Jones, Margaret
Reed, Martha Tarkington, Norma Jean Onley.
Gurganus, Jo Ann Hill, vice-president, Dawn
Evelyn Smith, Wilma Speight, Marina Weeks.
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quainted with our native land as well as other
countries the Travel Club is a necessity. Through
guest speakers, films, pictures, and study, the
students learn of the different lands in the
world. The club bought a globe for the library
last year and this year bought a paper cutter for
the school office. During the year a chapel
program was presented to the student body.
To foster the development of creative lead-
ership in the home and community life is the
main purpose of the F. H. A. Club. The girls
learn the qualities essential in a good home-
maker and discuss ways in which the future
homes of America can be improved. The club
does Red Cross work through the school such
as sponsoring the Red Cross Membership drive
and sending toys to the hospitals.
FIRST ROW: Dorothy Moore, Mrs. Pantha Aydlett, advisor, Bill Beacham, Angela
Poulos, Faye Sawyer, treasurer: Harry Seeley, president, Elizabeth Swindell, secre-
tary: Wilson Roughton, sgt.-at-arms: Bobby Brothers, vice-president, Johnny Parker,
Gilbert Hooper. SECOND ROW: Charlie White, Dorcas Cox, Jean Mann, D. R.
Sullivan, Shirley Spriull, Jean Sawyer, Donna Meek, Patricia Austin, Joan Tucker,
Ann Mac Hardison, Axie Davis, Janet Glenn, Selma Winslow, Rosemary Heath, Juan-
ita Armstrong, Marilyn Tobiason, Russell Hastings, Paula Davenport, Eleanor Jones.
THIRD ROW: Garland Jones, Roland Cooper, Harvey Baker, Cecil Gregory, Wayne
Trueblood, James Armstrong, Walter Wall, Leonard Winslow, Virgil Williams,
Sterling Gregory. ABSENT FROM PICTURE: M. H. Upton, Annette Davenport,
Frances Dukes. 73
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Fay Rogers, Lorna
Lee Staples, Van Cuthrell,
Florine Bunch, Miss Bertha Cooper,
advi50r,Rutl'1 Ferrell, secretary, Annette
Wright, Donald Bright, vice-president, Phoebe Ann
Aydlett, Phyllis Moger, president, Janet Parker, Wirqman
Morrisette, treasurer, Grace Colev, Betty Holland Bell, Norma
Tobiason, Clara Mae Harris. ABSENT FROM PICTURE: Naomi O'Neal,
Allen Sawyer, John L. Sawyer, Daisy Mae Wood.
The F. T. A., although only two years'old has
become one of the school's most outstanding clubs.
The members are those people who are interested
in the teaching profession and wish to find out
more about it. Through class discussion and speak-
ers, the students become familiar with the oppor-
tunities of teaching. The accomplishments of the
F. T. A. are in the individual members when they
cultivate within themselves qualities essential in
a good teacher or citizen. Many of the members
have substituted in the absence of a regular teacher
and have taught classes from the first to the twelfth
grades. The members also helped with the pre-
The club is affiliated with the National As-
sociation of F. T. A. Clubs.
As a new club the Photography Club is well
in the Spotlight and the club helped the staff in
on its way to becoming an outstanding one. The many ways in the line of pictures. A contest was
students learn to develop films, print and enlarqe sponsored by the club for the best pictures taken
pictures. Many of the pictures taken were used during the year.
FIRST ROW: Lois Lerman, Shirley Harris, Ann Mann, Toni Gill, THIRD ROW: Gilbert Spitzer, Elwood Armstrong, Georqe Manos
secretary: Emogene Miller, treasurer, Miss Moon, advisor. SECOND George Jewel, David Hiqqinbotham, Charles Sioussat, J. W. Watkins
ROW: Buddy Morse, Quinton Onley, Charles Williams, vice-presi- ABS NT FROM PICTURE: John Bell, Shirley Baines, Howard Haynes
dent: Nick Poulos, president, William Kahlbaum, Julian Copeland. Ray Jones, Charles Hall, Berville Cosgrove.
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Joe Lamb, Anne Burgess. SEC.-
OND ROW: Judy Pronier, Annette
Wright, Lois Mortashed. THIRD ROW: Miss
Dozier, advisor, Ivan Meekinos, Eileen Moore, sec-
retary, Johnny Parker, treasurer. FOURTH ROW: Den-
nett Ransom, Marlene Deering, vice-president, Helen Harward.
ABSENT FROM PICTURE: Bobby Brothers.
The Junior Commercial Cluh offers a great taught the basic typewritinq methods which are so
opportunity to those who are unable to take typing essential in later work. '
in their academic work. ln the club students are
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In the Senior Commercial Club the student world. The club added money to the commercial
becomes acquainted with the duties and qualifi- fund which was started two years ago to buy equip-
cations of an office worker. They are also familiar- ment for the commercial department.
ized with many other tvpes of iobs in the business
SEATED: Nannette Sylvester, secretary: Ann Winfree, president: Doris Morgan, Marian Jackson, Edith Smith. STANDING. Delores
Carolyn Gilden, treasurer, Doris Harris, vice-president: Venona Long, Gaskins, Edith Riggs, Essie Mae James, Carolyn Russell, Mrs. Stall-
Barbara Roughton, Lois Spence, Helen McCullen, Sonja Tobiason,, ings, advisor.
The Girls' Monogram Club is composed of those girls who have won
a letter tor their participation in school athletics. These girls have as their
goal to create good sportsmanship in all sports and throughout the school.
The club does its part to make the athletic program of the school more
interesting and valuable to the students.
FIRST ROW: Signe Tobiason, vice-president, Phyllis Price, secretary-
treasurer, Sally Sedgwick, president, Sonja Tobiason, sergeant-at-
arms, Carolyn Russell, Miss Moon, advisor. SECOND ROW: Lois
Lerman, Lois Armstrong, Ann Burgess, Verna Austin, Sally Wood
McMullan. ABSENT FROM PICTURE: Faye Sawyer.
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The Boys' Monogram Club of Elizabeth City High School is an hon-
orary organization composed of boys who have participated in at least one
of these sports: football, basketball, baseball, or golf.
FIRST ROW: Bill Beacham, Bill Jones, Roy Forbes, president, Wildon
Forbes, Bobby Sawyer, Franklin Wall, Jol.n Hall, treasurer, Curtis
Albertson, L. A. Kemp, Billy Pappendick, Clay Foreman. SECOND
ROW: Donald Bright, Van Cuthrell, Joe Lamb, Wallace Brumsey,
Preston Harris, Charles Cuthrell, secretary, lvan Meekins, Dyson
Thurecht, Norman Brickhouse, Van Umphlett, Johnny Ward, vice-
president, Jim Wallace. THIRD ROW: Ray Burgess, Lindsey Hewitt,
Jimmy Prescott, J. L. Sawyer, Charles DeMarque, Dewey Burgess,
Victor Bright, George Scott, Leon Brickhouse, sgt-at-arms, Henry
Clay Owney, Forrest Simons. FOURTH ROW: Robert Brooks, ad-
visor. ABSENT FROM PICTURE: Richard Collier, Elbert Rhodes,
Frank Gibson, Allan Sawyer, George Cohoon.
In the Audio-Visual Club pupils are trained to operate all the audio-
visual equipment used in school. Those students who master the operation
of the machines are permitted to assist the teachers in the classrooms. This
kind of work prepares students who are interested in going into any field in
which audio-visual equipment is used after school.
FIRST ROW: Irvin Cooper, Edward Brothers, Billy Hollomon, Herman
Olds, Glen Ray Morgan, James Armstrong. SECOND ROW: Cosby
Morgan, Marshall Newbern, president, Dallas Perry, Keith Brace.
THIRD ROW: Alvin Johnson, William Bartlett, Linwood Gregory.
FOURTH ROW: Ken Black, Paul Miller, Richard Poulos, Myrtle Mil-
Ier, secretary, Patsy Byrd, treasurer, Eloise Castellow, Faye Pritchard,
Bill Jones, vice-president, Gordon Fearing. FIFTH ROW: Mr. John
Turner, advisor, Norwood Rector, McCoy Simpson, Billy Sawyer, Bill
Combs, William Burgess, ABSENT FROM PICTURE: Cleveland Clark,
Cledis Duncan, Bill Haskett, James Lane, A, J. Peele.
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The G. A. A. provides recreation tor those girls in school who cannot
take physical education. The girls participate in intramural games in various
sports. There is a point system by which a member participating in various
sports may receive a G. A. A. letter. The club has as its chief project to se-
cure more equipment for the athletic classes.
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FIRST ROW: Alma Williams, Loretta Winslow, Joanne Gill, Billy Gay
McDowell, treasurer, Undine Perry, Marlene Deering, Mary Elizabeth
Sawyer, vice-president, Sudie Sawyer, Shirley Ammeen, Miss Moon,
advisor. SECOND ROW: Lois Armstrong, Frances Newbern, Kav
Jones, Diane Fary, Charlotte Madrin, Betty Jordon, Goldie Forehand,
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Doris Beals, Mary Frances Murrell, Betty Bright. THIRD ROW: Nell
Baxter Jackson, Vivian Jordon, Doris Moore, Margie Wilder, Suzanne
Seeley, Anne Gray, Sally Wood McMullan, Willa Sawyer, secretary,
Dillon Dawson,Shirlev Leary, president, Bessie Hopkins, Frieda Gray.
ABSENT FROM PICTURE: June Hayman.
Miss Jackson, advisor, David Vrboncic, Robert Davis, Angela Poulos, vice-president, Bill
Beacham, president, Betty Carol Ryman, secretary, Bill Stewart, Thomas Minton, Morton
SEATED: Don Meekins, Carolyn Jennings, Shirley Jennings. STANDING: Kathleen Berry,
Bobby Byrum, Wilson Jones, Mrs. Clinkscales, advisor, Robert Rhodes, vice-president, Arthur
Leary Dennett Ransom, Taylor Hines, president, Anne Burgess, sec.-treas., Shirley Harris.
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The improvement of speech hab-
its and encouragement of public
speaking are stressed in the speech
club. The club, though small, plays
a big part in our school life by spon-
soring three outstanding speaking
programs. These are the High School
World Peace Study and Speaking
Contest, The American Legion High
School Oratorical Contest, and the
As its name explains, the Inter-
national Relations Club deals with
the study of international relations.
The club was organized to give stu-
dents a clearer understanding of
world problems and events through
open discussion on matters of inter-
est to each of us as citizens. The
club explained to the school the
code of the U. N. Flag.
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Elizabeth City High School's Yellow Jackets played outstand-
ing football for the i950 season, tying for the Northeastern Con-
ference championship with the highly touted Kinston Red Devils,
who suffered their only loss at the hands of the locals who trounced
them thirteen to seven.
The Jackets had a seasonal record of seven wins, two losses,
and two ties. The Jax were victorious over Kinston, Greenville,
New Bern, Ahoskie, Hertford, Washington, and Kempsville. Hamp-
ton, a potent gridiron machine, and Chowan College were the only
teams to defeat Elizabeth City, while the Edentons Aces, a tradi-
tional rival, and Roanoke Rapids tied them.
Clay Foreman, a stalwart on the Jax offensive machine all
season, was chosen to play in the Annual Shrine Bowl in which the
high school gridiron stars of North Carolina and South Carolina
played each other. Twenty-five were chosen out of the state of "HONEY" JOHNSON
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Joe Lamb, Wallace Brumsey, Wildon Forbes, Charles DeMarque. SECOND ROW:
Ivan Meekins, John L. Sawyer, Roy Forbes, Norman Brickhouse, Charles Cuthrell,
Jimmy Wallace, Clay Foreman, Donald Bright, Ray Burgess, Bill Jones. THIRD
ROW: Franklin Wall, Van Umphlett, Billy Pappendick, George Scott, Lindsey
Hewitt, Henry Clay Owney, Dewey Burgess, Forrest Simons, Johnny Ward, co-
captain. ABSENT FROM PICTURE: Jimmy Prescott, co-captain: Victor Bright,
Bill Beacham, Van Cuthrell.
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The Black Knights trap a Roanoke Jacket.
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LEFT HALFBACK FULLBACK
The Junior Varsity played seven gridiron contests this year,
winning three and losing four. They were victorious over Columbia
8-7, Roanoke Rapids 26-6, and Suffolk 25-O. They suffered de-
feats at the hands of Central, 24-6, Manteo, 3l-O, Washington,
l2-7, Murfreesboro 7-O, Hertford l3-O. Robert Bray, outstand-
ing defensive stalwart was voted the most valuable player of the
l95O season by his team mates.
Van Cuthrell and Charles Adams
FIRST ROW: Robert Brooks, coach, Albert Leary, Fred Castellow, Robert Bray,
Brian Simons, Douglas Burgess, Morris Perry, Elwood Armstrong, Curtis Perry,
Wilson Roughton, Van Cuthrell, co-captain. SECOND ROW: Johnny Parker,
Charles Adams, co-captain, Douglas Williams, Richard Poulos, Thomas Sfetsos,
Kentwood Turner, Ambrose Staples, Harry Collier, A. J. Peele, Dick Darling.
THIRD ROW: Ray Pipkin, Duke White, Wilson Jones, Bobby Brothers, Ronald
Sanders, Richard Collier, Julian Sanderlin, George Manos, Nick Poulos, Walker
Marshall, Thomas Cox.
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of ballet dancing.
Janes Lane goes all the way.
.lubilanr Jayvees carry Coach Brooks off
the field after an impressive victory.
Charles Adams picks up yardage for Jayvees
KNEELING Frank Fary manager Robert Brooks coach John L Lindsey Hewitt, Jimmy Prescott, William Beacham, John Hall, Charles
Sawyer manager STANDING Clay Foreman co captain Leon Brick DeMarque, Harry Umphlett, Joe Gregory, Charles Cuthrell, co-captain.
The Elizabeth City High School Yellow Jacke
basketball squad was enjoying a most successful sea-
son when the Spotlight went to press. They were lead-
ing the Northeastern Conference with five straight
victories, two of these encounters being overtime
thrillers with the Washington Pam Pack and the red
hot Devils of Kinston. The Jax also gained conference
wins over Greenville, New Bern, and Edenton, along
with non-conference conquests over Hertford and
Kempsville. Their lone losses were suffered at the
hands of Bethel, in the season's openers, and Need-
ham Broughton of Raleigh.
FIRST ROW: Coach Johnson, Charles Davenport, Wilson Rough-
ton, Dal Williams, Jack Crank, Van Cuthrell, Bill Wallace, Coach
Brooks. SECOND ROW: Bill Combs, Donald Leadbeater, Jimmy
Wise, Ronald Saunders, Curtis Albertson, Wilson Jones.
KNEELING: Miss Moon, coach, Sonia Tobiason, captain, Anne BurgeSS, Helen H2-Ifwafd, Shirley Harris, 5allY
Mattie Olds, manager. STANDING: Carolyn Russell, Sedgwick, Doris Moore, Phyllis Price, Verna Austin, Lois
Shirley Spruill, Joan Tucker, Mary Elizabeth Sawyer, Lefman, 5iQ"19 TOUBSOV1-
Under the direction of Miss Eloise Moon, the
l95O-5l Lady Jax basketball sextet were perform-
ing well when the Spotlight went to press. Despite
losses to Washington and Hertford, they have been
victorious over Hertford, in the second contest, and
the Edenton's Acelets. Sonja Tobiason served as
captain of the Jacket lassies.
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high to get the trump.
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Eloise Moon, coach
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The Elizabeth City Hi School Band again this year has proven itself a
great asset to our school. ,
Beginning with a wonderful vacation last summer at Lake Junaluska,
the band has had a successful year working and playing together.
Among the many events in which the band has been featured were
the Moth Boat Regatta, the Shrine-Kiwanis Parade in Elizabeth City, the
Wright Memorial Celebration, and the Boys' Club Parade. As the custom
has always been, the band was on hand for every pep-rally before home foot-
ball games and at every Yellow Jacket game at home or away. Several con-
certs have been planned to be given later in the year.
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Wirgman Morrisette Nannetfe Sylvester Allan SBWYGI'
Faye Ellen Coppersmlth Phyllrs Prrce Tom Gull Marlene Deerrng Ca'0lY'1 0l'll'lS0'1
The mnlrtary functlonnng of the band trams the members to work co
operatrvely under their eftlclent officers and directors The officers have
drawn up a code ot ethrcs which has met the approval of the directors of
trcers and all other band members
The two outstanding soclal events of the year were the banquet hon
ornng the sensors and the Christmas party when the band members forgot
work for a whale and met to have a wonderful time
In the sprung everyone IS hoping to return to E C H S with a supernor
ratang from the state contest
Wlth Mr Callaway Mr Rogers and Uncle Miles urging them on the
members are strlvlng to make our band the best band In the land
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Marion Rogers, Assistant Director, Scott Callaway, Director. FIRST ROW:
Betty Holland Bell, Phoebe Ann Aydlett, Jeanne Pritchard, Rita Sawyer, Pat
Melson, Suzanne Seeley, Donna Meek, Bessie Hopkins, Joyce Welsted, Eliz-
abeth Swindell. SECOND ROW: Ann Rochelle, Ruth Ferrell, Joyce Brad-
shaw, Joyce Alston, Willa Fay Sawyer, Maxie Owens, Undine Perry, Dorothy
Moore, Betty Jean Houtz, Paula Davenport, Mary Frances Murrell, Charlotte
Madrin, Frieda Gray, Sylvia Owens, Margie Wilder, Nell Baxter Jackson,
Doris Moore, Barbara Burnham. THIRD ROW: Helen Harward, Annette
Wright, Clara Mae Harris, Lois Spence, Phyllis Gregory, Winona Brothers,
Heywood Houtz, Billy Gay McDowell, Allan Sawyer, Sylvia Barkley, Harriett
Jenninos, Billy Potter. Joe Gregory, Frances Newbern, Margaret Brumsey,
Rita Munden, Anne Gray, Vivian Jordon, Patsy Pappendick.
FOURTH ROW: Betty Jordon, Edward Zimmerman, Theresa Lewis, Gordon
Fearing, Jeanette Tucker, Pete Overman, Macon Nixon, Grace Coley, Donnie
Hoffler. SEATED: Webb Williams, Clifton Chappell, June Hayman, Bobbie
Bell, Marian Kay Spencer, Jimmy Stallings, Bill Winslow, Shirley Leary, Pete
Ashton, Joanne Gill, Shirley Ammeen, Kenneth Miller, PhilipSpruill, Wirg-
man Morrisette, Lael McMullan, Dillon Dawson, Iris Hill, Rosemary Heath,
Ann Renee Smith, Lois Jean Armstrong, Freddie Haney, Harry Seeley, Lyn-
wood Gregory, Phyllis Moger. BACK ROW: Phyllis Price, Faye Ellen Cop-
persmith, Toni Gill, Wallace Bagley, Bill Jones, Bobby Sandwich, William
Kahlbaum, Tommy Minton, Leslie Davis, Margaret Ann Jackson, Eleanor
Avery Jones, Eileen Moore, Janet Daniels, Margaret Ann Baker, Marlene
Deering, Carolyn Johnson, Nannette Sylvester.
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Sylvester, Maxie Owens, Lois Jean Armstrong, Patsy Pappendick, Wirgman Morrisette. SEC-
OND ROW: Clara Mae Harris, Rita Sawyer, Phyllis Gregory, Winona Brothers, Helen Harward,
Annette Wright, Joyce Welsted, Lois Spence, Harriett Jennings, Phoebe Aydlett. THIRD ROW:
Betty Bell, Gordon Fearing, Donnie Hotfler, Leslie Davis, Harry Seeley, Bob Sandwich, Pete
Overman, Joe Gregory, Wallace Bagley, Phyllis Moger.
Practice session in the Tabernacle at
Lake Juneluska-summer, 1950.
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the Homecoming Game.
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Virginia Dare, the band per-
forms at the Lost Colony.
MRS. E. F. AYDLETT
Patricia Pugh, Axie Davis
An organization of which we can all be proud is The Elizabeth City
High School Glee Club. lt is composed of students who enjoy music and
wish to contribute their time and talents to the club. They have performed
well throughout the year. Ensembles have entertained civic clubs and as-
sembly whenever they have been called upon.
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FIRST ROW: Sudie Sawyer, Kay Jones, Faye Lupton, Patricia Pugh Meredith, Elizabeth Fulcher, Donna Burgess, Janet Ferriell. FOURTH
Jo Ann Sparks, Annette Meiggs, Yvonne Vickrey, Janet Glenn, Flo- ROW: Selma Winslow, Norma Faye Jewell, Betty Reed, Annie Davis,
rene Bunch, Lois Morrashed, SECOND ROW: Rebecca Tarkington, Fannie Davis, Betty Joyce Whaley, Marvourleen Winslow, Annette
Ruby Gray, Phyllis Meiggs, Doris Beals, Frances Dukes, Charlotte Davenport, Earlene Hastings, Jean Shirley. FIFTH ROW: Mary Eliz-
Brockwell, Eleanor Bowes, Ann Winslow, Axie Davis, Sara Gant, Patsy abeth Sawyer, Sally Sedgewick, Pat Bailey, Daisy Benton, Ann Win-
Pappendick, THIRD ROW: Alma Williams, Helen McCuIlen, Mary free, Roy Ann Leary, Loretta Winslow, Sadie Jones, Barbara Daven-
Tarkington, Carolyn Jennings, Carolyn Pritchard, Carolyn Finck, Flo port. ABSENT FROM PICTURE: Henryetta Reed, Naomi O'NeBl-
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The first concert presented during the year was the "The Christmas
Story in Music." Also on the program was "The Night Before Christmas."
This was the first time secular music had been presented in a Christmas
By working together, day after day, the director and members have
shown to the school and community just what can be done with talent when
it is cultivated. Members are striving each year to improve the club.
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FIRST ROW: Curtis Perry, John C. Smith, Donnie Hoffler, Hey- Ray Burgess. THIRD ROW: Ray Pipkin, Billy Spencer, Charles Wil
wood Houtz, Webb Williams, Edward Zimmerman, Fred Haney, Walter liams, Curtis Pipkin, Henry Owney, Dewey Burgess, Charles De
eston. SECOND ROW. Duke White, Charles Cuthrell, Clay Fore- Marque, Billy Jennette, Bill Pipkin.
man, Jimmy Stallings, Harry Collier, David Jennette, Stillman Scott,
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FIRST ROW: Lois Mortashed, librarian, Bill Pipkin, President:
Florine Bunch, Vice-President. SECOND ROW: Axle Davis,
Treasurer: Florence Meredith, Vice-President, Selma Winslow,
Secretary: Charles Cuthrell, Vice-President.
FIRST ROW: Annie Rae Davis, Florence Meredith, Marvour
leen Winslow, Annette Davenport, Pat Bailey, Florine Bunch
SECOND ROW: Fred Haney, John C. Smith, Sally Sedgewick
Carolyn Finck, Donna Burgess, Heywood Houtz, Jimmy Stall-
ings. THIRD ROW: Stillman Scott, Ray Pipkin, Bill Pipkin
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Toodles ............................ Judy Pronier
Betty .............................. Phyllis Price
Selina ......................... Betty Holland Bell
Phoebe Ann Aydlett
Chester .......................... Bradley Bartlett
Sally Lou ......................... Joyce Welsted
Lois Ann Mortashed
The Junior Class has two es-
tablished ways to make money
to give the Junior-Senior prom.
They are a play and a carnival.
The '51 Junior Play was a three
act comedy, "Don"t Keep Him
Waiting." The cast, staff, and
director combined their efforts
to present a very fine produc-
FIRST ROW: Jeanne Pritchard, Barbara
Burnham, Helen Harward, Winona Brothers,
Lois Mortashed, Phyllis Gregory, Ann Mann.
SECOND ROW : Verna Austin, Emogene
Miller, Jo Ann Wright, Annette Wright,
Judy Pronier, Rita Sawyer, Phyllis Price,
Shirley Harris. THIRD ROW: Forest Simons,
Sklpper Hall, Eileen Moore, Donna Burgess,
Betty Bright, Joan Tucker, Earlene Hastings,
Berta Claire Parker. FOURTH ROW: .Willis
Brice, Roy Askew, Robert Dowdy, Harry
Each year, E. C H. S. debaters participate in
the state-wide triangular debates.
The debates provide information and give
the speakers practical experience as well as pro-
viding enjoyment for those interested. This year
the topic is: Resolved: that the American people
should reject the Welfare State.
SEATED: Heywood Houtz, Bill Beacham, Phyllis Moger,
Arthur Leary. STANDING: Miss Boomer, advisor, William
Kahlbaum, Pat Melson, Miss Jackson, advisor.
For their high scholastic averages during
the first three years in high school, ten juniors
are chosen for Marshals. It is the duty of these
Marshals to usher at the Baccalaureate Sermon
and graduation, and to do little odd jobs for the
FIRST ROW: Lorna Staples, Marvourleen Winslow, Patsy
Pappendick. SECOND ROW: Julian Seliq, co-chief, Flor-
ence Meredith, Charlotte Brockwell. THIRD ROW: Tavlor
Hines, co-chief, Billy Jennette, Phyllis Moger, ABSENT
FROM PICTURE: Carwile LeRoy.
The library staff is composed of those stu-
dents who take library work as a regular subject.
They check out books, check in books, shelve
books, write overdue slips and fine slips, file cards
and magazines, do reference work, select some
books to be put in library, and some of them do
typing for Miss Boomer.
SEATED: Jo Ann Wright. FIRST ROW: Barbara Roughton,
Lorna Lee Staples, Berta Claire Parker, Sally Wood McMuIIan,
Harriette Fay Jennings, Maxie Owens, Miss Boomer, librarian
Sally Sedgwick. SECOND ROW: George Cohoon, Elbert Rhodes
Henry Clay Owney, Melick Wiliams, Charles Williams.
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l5 First football game with Hampton. They won
fthe score was too awful to printl.
2l First pep rally.
23 Game with Edenton-O-O. Tough!
29 Kinston game-l3-6 our favor Clt's about timell.
6 Washington game-we won-20-O.
l3 Game with Greenville-7-O our favor.
l7 Juniors measure for class rings.
25 Honor Society Chapel program.
29 Chowan game l3-7 their favor. Oh well, you can't have
l Spotlight chapel program-great secrets disclosed.
3 Roanoke Rapids game 7-7.
lO Homecoming game-we trounced New Bern 53-O.
Letters given to our football heroes. Key club dance.
Jitterbug contest. Out for Thanksgiving holidays ----
5 Famed Tommy Dorsey played his theme song for the school
7 Southeast Assembly-the juggler.
8 Junior play-"Don't Keep Him Waiting"-Good job.
I3 Miss Cooper's Christmas chapel program.
l9 Glee Club Chapel program.
20 Christmas Dance--Boy, was it cold inside! Br-r-r.
Out for two weeks.
8 Group pictures taken for annual.
ll-24 Exam blues--not much else going on.
3l Southeast Assembly-"Man of l,OOO Voices".
2 Junior Carnival-Hear yel Hear yel
3 Big snow storm.
17 Tri-Hi-Y and Hi-Y Valentine Dance.
22 College Day comes to E. C. H. S.
15 Last of Spotlight copy sent to press-Hallelujah.
16 Senior Play-"Pride and Prejudice".
6 Junior-Senior Banquet and Dance-Need not say more.
27 National Honor Society Spring Dance sponsoring the King
and Queen of E. C. H. S. with their attendants chosen
on basis of scholarship, leadership, service, and character.
7 Nomination of Student Council officers.
ll Election of Student Council officers.
18 Presentation of the annual.
23 Installation of Student Council officers
27 Baccalaureate Sermon.
Annual Glee Club Spring Concert--during Music Week.
Senior Outing--Senior Week
1 Graduation. School out for another year. Nags Head here
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GLOBE FISH COMPANY 24 Hour Wrecker Service
Wl'l0l9S5le FfeSl1 FiSll Specializing in Body and Fender Work
Elizabe-+h Ci+y, N. C. Dial 2985 - 4697
WILLIAMS FURNITURE CO. C0mPlImef1+S of
C O P E I. A N D ' S
Furnilure, Sloves, and Refrigeralors
220 N. Poindexler SI. Elizabellm Cily, N.C. Confechonery at Gnu
Phone IQ67 Parsonage 84 I-lughes Blvd. Phone 4897
A cordial welcome awaiI's you aI'
Plumbing, Healing, Elecfrical ancl
Sheefmefal Con'Irac'Iors THE CAROLINIAN
Special AH'en+ion 'ro Repair Work Nags I-Iead's Newesl I-lolel
509 E. lflmringlwaus SI. Open all year
ElizabeIl1Ci+y, N. C. Dial 4592
Mill, Plumbing, 84 Marine Supplies
Waler, Pearl, 84 Poindexler Slreels
Elizabelli Cilry, N. C.
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Elizabellw Cily, N. C.
Parls - Supplies - Slwop Equipmenl
GUARANTY BANK and
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Member Federal Deposil lnsurance Corp.
Elizabellw Cily. N. C.
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FOREMANS CAROLINA AMUSEMENT CO
MILK BAR Carolina
phone 4495 Love's Sfalre
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assurance of grea'rer
comfort greafer safe+y
and beHer servlce.
Com plimenis of
QUINN FURNITURE CO
QUALITY FU RNITU RE
S. A. Twiford, Owner
209 N Poindex+er SI.
Elizabeirh CI'ry, N. C.
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Dodge - Plymoufh
Sales 81 Service
Dodge Jrruclcs - Cushman Scoolrers
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CO., INC. Grade "A" Pasleurized lvlillc
Lumber, lvlillworlc, Doors and Frames M- B- BI'0l'l'IeI'S. Owner
Luck lo +l1e Senior Class RFD No. l Elizabellw Cily. N. C
Besf Wishes Io 'rhe class of '5I
CHAMBER OF COMMERCE
TOXEY, BERRY, LYNCH
Phone 44I 2
FO RT RALEIGH RESTAU RANT
Sea Food and
Sizzling Wesfern Sfeaks
Easf Main Sfreei
MILES JENNINGS, INC.
General Machine and Welding S
Mill 84 Logging Supplies
Com plimenfs of
THE AYDLETT PRODUCTS CO.
Po+a'Io Chips and SaII'ed Peanufs
"The Qualify Shop for Men"
McMorrine 8: Colonial Avenue
GARRETT HARDWARE CO.
Kelvinafor Refrigera+ors and
Duo-Therm Oil S'I'oves
GEORGE A. COX
Tailoring - Repairing 34 Alieraiions
Virginia Dare Arcade
Elizabelh Ci'ry, N. C.
RucKER 3. SHEELY co.
"EizZabe+h ci+y'S Bea s+Ofe"
Ladies - Ready - To - wear
Congrafulafions and Bes+ Wishes 'ro 1'he
Class of '5 I
Easiern Norih Carolina's Leading
ZI3 N. Marlin S+.
MOTOR BEARING 81 PARTS CO.
Aufomofive Paris 8: Equipmeni'
Elizabefh Cify, N. C.
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Wholesale Paper ancl Office Supplies
Virginia Dare Arcade
Elizabefh Cify, N. C.
G. C. CULPEPPER MOTOR CO.
Cadillac - Oldsmobile
Sales and Service
CongraI'uIaI'ions Io 'rhe Class of 'SI
ELIZABETH AND SUBURBAN
Complimenls Io 'rhe Class of 'SI
BYRUM IMPLEMENT AND
TRUCK CO.. INC.
Inlernalional Refrigeralion and Trucks
Farmall Traclors - Mccormiclc Machines
Parls - Sales - Service
Used Aulo Par'rs - We Buy wrecks
W. Broad SI. Phone 2I84
J. H. WILKINS FURNITURE CO.
Furnifure and General EIec'rric
ALBEMARLE BUILDING AND
Loans - Savings
503 E. Main S+. Dial 2786
THE APOTHECARY SHOP
A Rexall Drug Slore
Congralulaiions Io Ihe
CLASS OF '5I
R. C. ABBOTT COMPANY
PERRY PAINT AND SUPPLY
Gleem Painl, Slore Fronfs, PIa're Glass.
Oualiry Dry Cleaners - Launderers
BARCLlFT'S SODA FOUNTAIN
Elizabeih Cily, N. C.
PERRY TIRE STORE
Good Year - Tires-Tubes-Balrleries
Elizabefh S+. Phone 6882
ELIZABETH CI-TY FREEZER
LOCKER PLANT, INC.
We process foods and sell supplies for
204-206 W. Grice Sl. Phone 6898
JONES 8: TEMPLE
Phone 5l9O Elizabelh Cily. N.C.
McPHERSON BOTTLING CO.
Pepsi-Cola 7-Up Orange Crush
Ehringhaus Slreel' Exlended
GORDON SHEET METAL CO.
Roofing - Healing - Gurlering
Repair Work - Approved BarreH Roofers
Agenfs for Mor-Sun 8: Meyer Furnaces
Phone 4989 3 I 5 S. Road S+.
Complimenis of Q .6
ELIZABETH J fl, Q
TwlFoRD's FUNERAL HOME CITY ' W.
Ambulance Service - 24 Hours The taste N
EIizabe'rh Ciiy - Phone 2 I an that always Charms
Manfeo - Phone 54 DR'NKc0tui
ELIZABETH CITY BUS LINE
THE TOXEY GROCERY COMPANY
Disfribufors - Famo Flour
CAROLINA PRINTING COMPANY
Designers and Makers of
Elizabefh Ci'ry, N.C. Phone 5792
WHITE'S TEXACO SERVICE
Norfh Road and Colonial Avenue
CULPEPPER MOTOR CO.
Buick 8: Ponfiac Dealers
Phone 433I Elizabefh Cify, N.C.
AUTO BODY AND FENDER WORKS
JONES' DISTRIBUTING CO.
Dis+ribu+ors Rupper+ Beer - Ale
Phone 4I83 703 E. Burgess S+.
ECONOMY AUTO SUPPLY
6I3 Eas+ Main S+.
SERVICE NEWS COMPANY
IO6 Nor+h Iv1ar+in S+.
DR. J. W. SELIG
+or +his privilege o+ being your ELORIST - Please
Call on us when any occasion calls +or FLOWERS
SINGER SEWING CENTER
REEL FOOD CENTER
Mea+s - Groceries
467 Pearl S+. EIizabe+h Ci+y, N.C.
We deliver - Dial 7I82
"Fashions o+ +he Hour"
Jona+han Logan's Exclusive
THE FASHION SHOP
Phone 489i I IO McMorrine S+.
Marge Thaclcer - Elizabe+h Ci+y
JAMES SHOE SHOP
6I3 Morgan S+, Phone 25IO
ROAD STREET G-ROCERY
COBB'S GULF SERVICE
Success +o +he Class 0+ '5I
THE SUNDRY SHOP
OWENS SHOE CO.
W. E. PAPPENDICK
Relail Dealer in Beef
Poullry, Porlc, Elc.
Soufh Poindexler S'rree'r
L. B. TWIFORD
Virginia Dare Arcade
CAROLINA COFFEE SHOPPE
Finesf in Foods - Prompr Service
II8 Soulh Poindexler S'rree'r
THE ALBEMARLE SPORTS CENTER
VIRGINIA DARE AUTO SERVICE
U.S. Tires - Bafferies - Accessories
Dial 5889 Elizabelh Cify, N.C.
M. G. MORRISETTE
KRAMER ELECTRIC CO.
"EveryIhing for Eleclrical Living"
4I4 Easl Colonial Avenue
RUSSELL 8: HOLMES SHOES
"Where Shopping is a Pleasure"
Narionally Adverlised Shoes for 'rhe Family
5I0 Main Sfreel Elizabelh Cily, N C
J. C. Reid Phone 5284
L' A- OWNEY PIPKIN 3. REID
Radio 81 Television Service SIIGSI Mefdl WOFIKGFS
607 Colonial Ave. Phone 2243 Roollng 8' Coniraclors
IO8 S. Wafer SI. Elizabefh Ci'ry, N C
"You're always welcome a+ Walgreen's
OVERMAN 8: STEVENSON
5I2 E. Main SI. Elizabelh Ci'ry, N C
JACKSON'S BICYCLE SHOP
Keys made for any lock
J. WINTON SAWYER
DAL H. WILLIAMS
Office Phone 5689
J. M. WEEKS MOTOR CO.
Hudson - Packard
Sales and Service
N. Wafer S+. Phone
For all your Beaufy Needs
LE-REE BEAUTY SALON
ALBEMARLE AWNING CO.
"Always a Shade BeHer"
HOUSE OF HURDLE'S
Records. Sheef Music, Accessories
IO4 N. Poindexfer Sf. Elizabefh Cify, N.C.
PRITCHARD'S MEAT MARKET
J. C. PENNY CO.. INC.
Elizabefh Cify's Newesf
IlO E. Main Sfreef
Giffs for all occasions
F. Wood - Boyce Dial 4l97
KRAMER BROS. CO.. INC.
Lumber 81 Millwork
JENNETTE FRUIT 8: PRODUCE CO
We carry fhe mosf complefe
line of seafood in fhe Albemarle
GRIFFIN BICYCLE SHOP
ASKEW 81 SON
Plumbing 8: Healing
ROAD STREET DELICATESSEN
IO4 Easl Fearing Sfreel' Phone 7 I 88
SUPPORT YOUR SCHOOL STORE
wnLsoN WHOLESALE BAKERY 5p,,,,SO,ed by .he
New Fowler Sfore
Carrie Lee Beaufy Shop
Ci+y Vulcanizing Co.
Hooper Tile Company
C. C. Meads' Grocery
Bowers 81 Wrighf Insurance Agency
Berry 8: Pike Grocery
N. W. Daily Insurance Agency
D. WaI'rer Harris
F. C. X. Sfore
Lamm's Sandwich Shop
T. W. Furnifure Exchange
PiIo+ Life Insurance Co.
McPherson Bros. Aufo Supply Company
R. L. EVANS' GROCERY STORE
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JUN 1 O 2011
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100 Eat Cohllll Avail
Ellnbeth City, NC IDU
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