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

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J 1. mm., T93- J -.i.3az,-,, N- ,A , , - ' 1 J: in f- M, X, A ,.. --,A 4l.Q,-11,-N. 1: f -WU 5l. gV11,rf1FQt55E KH,PE1,,:1i, LffVl Cg9ifi?SE lf '1vI1VTi5 U'lHIrE1l:" fvf M 1 V fr . yi Q ' 3 Af 'efnfa ' A I f' gay? ' ff f Aa S 1,4 fl, 4 5' 11326 4 1 ww, QQ A N" vi . .W 5 I 'rx Q4 5 si- 4 N413 Y i , fi? gl X53 52, s 1- A A AL. ' 1 f V 16-4 ,.. I , V., 1 - f l E X E i I .' g- U 53 1 ! I f. V QMWLQT sv-ff. 711 5 5 2 i g .Aiwa f ' if I Mix ,Hr--:QA 'ECEWY mi' Q. 1 1 .' 23,1423 54 'Q ,, Q' W .V ' i ' V? , V ,Q ,, ' X 1 ' fg f"f' ,g'Q':':'m' 'gf 3 Q,, L, M,yWU mmgmg UQQMUMEW, fi HlllllIllISlllHlIllll fnv Auucfi EACII :bred ud. These ore the ones thot remoin in the bockground of our school life but'ore not forgotten, for we ore constontly seeing the results of their coreful planning. Words connot express our oppreciotion to these trustees for the mony things they do for us. MEMBERS OF THE BOARD OF TRUSTE Seated, left to right: Dr. J. H. Bonner, J. C. Abbott, J. C. Sawyer, Chairman, Mrs. O. F. Gilbert, Jr. Standing: Howard Graul, J, P. Kramer, W. F. Thompson, Jr., E. Wilson Smith, E. C. Funderburk. lpry 10 EARL C. FUNDERBURK Superintendent B.A., M.A. University of North Carolina Chapel Hill, N. C. The kind and understanding manner of Mr. Funder- burk has endeared him to the student body. His lead- ership and cheerful disposition strengthen our regard for him. We are looking forward to many more years with him as our superintendent. l FRED J. EASON B.A., M.A. Wake Forest College Wake Forest, N. C. During the five years Mr. Eason has been with us, he has shown great interest in the welfare of the stu- dents. We shall always remember him for devoting his time and energy in order to help us develop into useful citizens. WILLIAM WAGONER B.S., M.A. Wake Forest East Carolina Although this is Mr. Wagoner's first year in Our school, we feel that we have known him for S0m6 flme- He has won the hearts of many students with Wl'10m he has come in contact by being 0S5l5f0flf DflnClD0l, teacher and friend. JOHN TURNER BA., M.E. Duke University University of North Carolina Mr. Turner is director of audio-visual as well as guidance director. He has built up our audio-visual de- partment to be one of the best in the state. As guidance director he has helped many students solve their everyday problems. i i 5 E t 1 i HORTENSE BOOMER Librarian BA., East Carolina College IDA BROCK BOWERS Commercial B.S., S.A,, Woman's College of the University at North Carolina ROBERT BROOKS Physical Education, Social Science B.S., Wake Forest College SCOTT CALLAWAY Instrumental Music B.A.E., University of Mississippi M.M., University of Michigan ELIZABETH CHAPPELL Home Economics B.S., Woman's College of the University of North PAULINE MOE CLINKSCALES Social Science B.S., State College, Eau Claire, Wisconsin BERTHA COOPER Mathematics f B.A., M.A., East Carolina College ESTELLA J. COX Secretary Barrett's Business School MAGGIE DANIELS Commercial- B.S., East Carolina College WILMA WILLIAMS FLOOD English, French B.A., Atlantic Christian College Carolina -gpm 91.41 v 09 lbs' 1' 5' M," an fir 31-so-4 4... l f Q VI xl? f K , M 'l-'2'iM't WX MARIE HODUL Chemistry, General Science, Biology B.S., Fordham University l ANNIE MARIE JACKSON English ' B.A., Meredith College 1 JOHN W. JOHNSON Physical Education 5 B.S., N. C. State College M.A., University of N. C. 3 MINNIE JOHNSTON 5 English l B.A., M.A., University of N. C. SUSIE JONES Physical Education, English B.S., East Carolina College PAUL R LITTLE Industrial Arts B.S., University of Maryland MYRTLE MANNING E' Glee Club, Civics B.S., East Carolina College AUDREY McMULLAN ,l Physical Education, Girls' Health I B.S., Mars Hill, East Carolina College MARY OWENS l l Latin, Mathematics , 2 E l l r English, Spanish, Civics A- B.A., Lenoir-Rhyne College " REBECCA WEBB Mathematics A B.A., Wake Forest College tl, FACULTY ,, ,, , ., ,,,, 1 l JAN E WALKER r B.A., College of William and Mary 1 'Q 'irq B Qisi., 9 ws gl ' --1,-,v 1 4 fE.'ff,L, f .,x l f 1 fe E l 1 11 .1 I A MM' 'wp xc. , .K . .1.,, vm 'f rfv-f 1 WLS ua ' me ' - V- , JN.. W., V Quziligi,-5 'A' -K . 132' if ,ffm , 2 F ' ' "Xs.mV- 'NN i I l - f "L Bn L "Music is the literature of the heartg it commences where speech ends." -Alphonse De Lomcrtine A is lggan mf. JOYCE ANN ALSTON SHIRLEY RAE AMMEEN JUNE ANITA ANDERSON A little here, a little there, T'would be fantastic to say Need your typing in a whiz? a little up and down, she were tall, Call on her, the best there She might be a little gal, But all the same she is , is. but she's fun to be known by all. around. 1 L, ET PETER PAUL ASHTON, JR. Big and husky, tall and strong, Here's a boy that can't go wrong. ENIORCIASS SHIRLEY JEAN ASKEW EDWARD WATSON BAKER JANET GAYNOR BASNIGHT At lO8 pounds she tips the Tommy Baker, a fine old Her hair is curly, and her scale, chap, eyes are blue, And chewing gum - she Plays his base horn with And to her books she's al- chews by the bale. lots of snap. ways true. DORIS ERLEN E BEALS A friendly girl with a great big grin, When you meet her, she be- comes your friend. 15" 1 1 ,HY t E . K , .. ' ,Y --'A if 4 yt: x ,Q Nflre' :E ' Y iff, v ' ' . v , , fi... in 16 - 5 2 Q S Q ! s 1 i 5 3 i fi 5 5 E f nfs' 'Vi Wa- , fe V ., 4 PI, . X ,,,, ., .. . C Y .1 ,-Tb 1' N' if J I G ,' If ill i ,n l I 1 W . ii'- JOHN HARRY BELL, JR. HELEN BRAY CARRIE YVONNE CARTWRIGHT ELOISE CASTELLOW he alarm rings at seven, Helen Bray, the cheers she A smart kid? You bet she is! Poochie cheers and she likes l ut he doesn't get up until does yell, Because in English, she's a Jerry, i eleven. She does them good and she whiz. Her hair is blonde and her l does them well. smile is merry. EORGE TAYLOR COLE, JR. DORCAS ANN COX CHARLES RICHARD DARLING Ie's always willing to do Our friend Dorcas is very WA'-TER RALPH COX, JR- Down the grid, fast like a his best, nice. On typing he is best, rabbit, 1 ut always ends up doing Smile at her once, she smiles In the class sometimes a Loving this guy is an easy 5 less. twice. pest. habit. if ' 17 I DORA ANGELINE DAVIS LEMUEL LESLIE DAVIS, JR. ROBERT BAKER DAVIS FRANCES MARIE DUKES She can giggle with the Here's the best dancer of Tall, dark, and full of wit, Whatever the job that's left best, the entire lot, Brains aplenty-can spare undone Will her wiggle ever rest? Give him the music, sweet, a bit. Call on Frances, the de- soft, or hot. pendable one. RONALD CLAY ETHERIDGE BARBARA JEAN FINNEY ROBERT CALEB GILDEN He's tiny, terrific, and full She searched. throughout the Listen to that SOUIl16I'I'1 JOANNE WEEKES Glu' of fun, entire Iqndj drowl, Lively girl and full of zest- When he starts a job it's A ring will show she got He will come if you will Always capable of doing her soon well done. her man. call. b9Sf. . V . , ,, ...,. , M,i,.,57x,7,3,,.Q,7,,. .,,J4.. ,, U . ,, Sw- 18 I 'uv A 'fr' l if Q 3 f FRIEDA AVNER GRAY RUBY MAE GRAY FRED LINDLEY HANEY CLARENCE RUSSELL HASTINGS To graduate in fifty-four No one quieter can be Most talented of the entire Need the job well done in a ls her biggest aim and no found, troupe, hustle? more. There's no disturbance when Plays instruments in any One thing to dog yell for she's around. group. Russell. JANET MARIE HILL HEYWOOD BARRON HOUTZI E Whatever the job, she vol- ELIZABETH JENNETTE HOUTZ Quiet friend, calm and unteersp DAVID THOMAS HODGES This little girl is very bright, steady, Lends her brains, or hands, When there is a typing test, She attacks work like dyna- Whatever the job, he's al- or ears. David always takes a rest. mite. ways ready. JOAN AN ETTA IRELAND Blonde hair, Hawaiian lass, Won the hearts of her class. NORMA FAYE JEWELL Norma Faye Jewell is, as a rule, A most courteous student during school. NELL BAXTER JACKSON Here is a girl with a cute pert nose. She'll have fun wher'er she goes. ARVIN KAY JONES Her hair and eyes are black as jet. Look out, boys, she'Il get you yet! DAVID LISTER JENN ETTE Hardest worker in sunshine or shade, MARY CLOSS JENN ETTE Tall, sweet, and never cross That's our friend, Mary No doubt about it, he'lI Class. make the grade. SENIOR CLASS vivum CAMPEN JonoAN Shefs me, Sweet and loads ci-IARLES LoFAYETTE LANGLEY of fun. Charles is the boy you will If you've guessed "Sweetie" always see, you've got the right Winking at the girls and one, laughing with glee. 20 ISABELLA FAYE LUPTON SELMA ANN MARKHAM ELIZABETH MAYES McFATTER GEORGE ANDERSON MEADS Small in body, big in mind, Not too jolly, not too classy She's tall, she's bright, George is manager of our A better girl is hard to find. But altogether a real fine Everything she does, she team, Iassie. does right. He's always there and on the beam. OF I954 MINTA AN NETTE MEGGS She's a stunning blonde, with bright blue eyes, With her a friendship never dies. PHYLLIS AGUSTA MEIGGS If you are looking for a friend who is true, You're looking for Phyllis because she's that and more too. PATRICIA ANN MELSON Tall and blonde, a walk of grace, Here's a girl we can't re- place. l PAUL GLENN MILLER, JR. E When you're with Paul, you won't be bored, 'Cause you'lI ride around in his '40 Ford. , Way, ii x -Q. i i 1 ss 3 , i COSBY JONES MORGAN GLENN RAY MORGAN DARTCHIE DONVILLIE MORSE RITA IRENE MUNDEN He's a football player, a Loves his car with greatest Laziest one, surely you see, As for work she's not real cute lad, might, Friendly one, he'll always speedy, A distinguished senior, and Will stay with it day or be. She'll share it, she's not not so bad. night. greedy. MARY FRANCES MURRELL FRANCES CAROLYN NEWBERN What a figure! What a per- Whether she comes in walks MACON LCROY NIXONI JR- HERMAN WORTH OLDSI JR' sonality! or prances A devilish eye, a joyous A chubby fellow of the si- She has these in her final- You will know it's happy grin, lent type, ity. Frances. Determination in that chin. Listen to him, never a gripe. 22 E .ITN Q! NAOMI VIRGINIA O'NEAL DORIS MAE ONLEY MARY SYLVIA OWENS No matter the road of life A laugh, a smile, a pout- May your life be plenty you choose, Never can tell what she's funny Fight the bottle, never lose. about. Filled with happiness and money. BILLY EDWARD POTTER RICHARD EUGENE POULOS He may be short, but we Hair may come and hair -'EAN UBERRY RABY don't mind, may go, For the future, you will see He's one of the best boys But Richard's crew-cut will A life that's happy as you'll ever find. always show. can be. MORRIS SHADIE PERRY That cordial greeting came from him. He's always happy, never grim. FRANCES ANITA RIGGS What's the trouble? What's the matter? This one kills or cures with chatter. 23 MARTHA ANN ROCHELLE AL CADER ROUGHTON CHARLENE WILMA SCHROEDER SUSIE JANE SEYMORE She's really nice as every- North or South or in be- Though in height she is Blue eyes, red hair, a good one knows, tween. small, combination, She wears the best of all the No other boy is so serene. , Her laughter rings from Yes sir. boys, this kid's a clothes. hall to hall. sensation. THOMAS JAMES SFETSOS CHARLES MAURICE JOHN CARROLL SMITH In his Ford he goes like a wll-l-'AM ALFRED SIMMONS SIOUSSAT, II Hear ye! Hear ye! Every- jet, ln that eye you catch a glint This lad is the biggest flirt, one! lf he don't get caught, he'll Of work, of joy, or devil- He winks at anything that Of better nature, there is get there yet. ment. wears a skirt. none. rv- 'N 'UW uv, 'F'-' 'har 24 .S JAMES CLIFTON STALLINGS, JR. Jimmy is a boy in English four, At the bell he's the first one out of the door. OF l954 at pn WESLEY HOWARD TOLER WOODROW WILSON BERNICE YVONNE VICKREY This chap's on the football VENNEL, II Very sweet in deeds and team, He is quiet, never riling, looks, He's full of pep and full of You will always find him Very studious in works and Steam, smiling. books. CATHERINE ELIZABETH WHITE MARJORIE SYLVIA WILDER DOUGLAS HOLLIS WILLIAMS FRANK WEBB WILLIAMS, -IR Her hair is red, her eyes are This little lady is "Queen of He doesn't care if his hair ln class he usually makes brown. Bob", curls, lots of noise, On this kid, there's never a Dancer or study, she leads It just helps to attract the Talking to girls and fight- frown. the crop. girls. ing with boys. R , ik' " ,f , K V - 25 ANNE ELIZABETH WINSLOW Alwoys dresses so very neat, This girl is very sweet. WILLIAM LEE WINSLOW With his smile from eor to to eor, He wins the title "Friend LEONARD FRANCIS WINSLOW, JR. Long of body, thin of frame Choose your job, win o of the Year." name. LORETTA FAYE WINSLOW EDWARD KLINE ZIMMERMAN She'S always KHOWY1 for her Here's to you, most studious friendly smile! Iod: She's happy ond joyous Oll Quiet, dignified, serious, the while. glad. 26 SENIOR PLAY CAST SENIOR SCENES - .4 .MW TECHNICAL STAFF OF SENIOR PLAY MASCOTS William Askew, Jr., an Cynda Susan Bunch OFFICERS Dick Darling .... President Pete Ashton . . . Vice-President Joyce Alston .... Secretary Betty Jean Houtz . . Treasurer rm .WL LQ ,. 1 f .P 'Z Y' ,HAT We QA ,x MEF, , V xg ' j':,,S - 4 ' -,vi , ' Q M ' X . z I . ,fefgn it ff, wzvwww 'fwmwwxmm . 4 2 ,....-WMM P' " K J 'X ! ,fp v-vf f 7- 3 I g if 2 .1 -L 1-3 3 'sf I . ' ' Q -Inn.. I 'U' 4 4 I . Wittiest: 1 ' Shirley Askew and Charles Langley Best Dressed: Annette Meggs and Webb Williams SENIQR Best Sports Eloise Castellow and Douglas Williams SUPERLATIVES Most Popular: Margie Wilder and Pete Ashton Mrigpq Most Courteous: Anne Winslow and Wilson Vennel Most Dependable: Catherine White ond Heywood Houtz Biggest Flirts: Selma Markham and John Bell Cutest: Nell Jackson and Billy Potter SENICDR Most Talented: Kay Jones and David Jennette A, Ii A -1:1 ,i fit, .2 SUPERLATIVES Most Studious: Joyce Alston ond John Carroll Smith A .-if LTL Best Looking: Borboro Finney-ond Dickie Dorling Friendliestz p Foye Luptonbond Thomos Sfetsos ,,- P ... ., , ,,:,w,Wgg.3g5:95i.912gj-qf51.L5m75:g5,Q.,xi.rg...g-g.5gf,gr5.q,:,5,f-ff,,:-- ,-fn. r ,N r , . . . - '. . .,- ,W . , .,,, .,1,, .. ,. . , ,,, A ,U , , A .LJ Q' U . 3 , A D .5 1 ,Mp . 2 X' fr J -1139! 7 1 9 ' i 4+ :L "ivy, 1 N x 7,!.Y ..5 ' ffv f . 4 .lz w w f ' fi. Aw ,Q , ' 5 gf . 2 , ff X ,ng D X as 4 X ' 1 fi' is X S L S! "Music is the universal language, which appeals to the universal heart of mankind.' . . . George P. Upton ix I 1 1 1 .N ,, i ? S X i 4 1 1 4 4 . 1 1 1 A I 3 3 1 i 4 4 3 S 1 i 2 4" - .. 15? 1 J ...m ei '- ,uff ' 17 .9 ? r s 5 3 vi ,N JUNIORS Donald Abernathy Gene Anderson N. T. Aydlett Conrad Bailey Warren Baines Maxine Baker C. B. Barkley Rose Basnight Glenn Baum Carietta Blades Nell Boyce Yvonne Bray Marie Brickhouse Eddie Britt Tim Brooks Hubert Bunch Laverne Bunch Patsy Bunch Claude Burnham Paddi Clancey JUNICRS Jane Commander Ocie Lee Cooper Annette Coppersmith Bobby Darling Annette Davis Edna Davis Freddie Decker Ann Duke Nancy Dunbar Patricia Etheridge - J. P. Eves Fred Fearing Allen Gallop Annie Laurie Gard Cecil Garrett Glen Gibson Bess Tillett Godfrey Edna Griffin Opal Lee Hackler Sharon Hardison JUNIORS Robert Harrington Bill Harris Cecil Harris George Haskeft Dick Helmkamp Julius Hooker Jean Hopkins Carolyn Hurdle Marion Jackson Mary Evelyn Jackson Patricia Jacobs Jimmy Johnson Samuel Johnson Dot Jones Grace Jones Harry Jones Iris Ann Jones Nancy Jones Felbert Lamb Loretta Lancaster 9? Z f A X 9? xx 5 JUNIORS Annette Leary lris Leary Carol Longenecker George Midgett Jimmy Miller Thomas Minton Gail Monroe Angelyn Moore Rose Mary Moore Margaret Ann Munden Barbara Neece Jan Overton Patsy Parker Ruth Pate Gloria Perry Joyce Perry Kay Phelps Raye Pritchard James Pronier James Rhodes JUNIORS Sarah Riddick Ronald Roughton Victor Roughton Carlton Sanderlin Luther Sanders Ronald Sanders Rose Mory Sawyer Becky Smith Carter Smith Jo Ann Snowden Phyllis Spence Kay Stafford Peggy Swain Kay Tarkington Shirley Toler Shirley Tuttle Alma Twiford Melva Twiford Naomi Walter Terri Watson ,. 'I' '154BfE.'f. . W .bhfsgf iq: 515 L 51 . JUNIORS X Ann White Betty Williams Frances Williams Kay Williams Shirley Powell Pictures Missing: Ann Branch, Irving Cohoon, Murphy Riddick, Elmer Smith, Arlene Ward. President RONALD ROUGHTON Vice-President BETTY WILLIAMS 414.31 iw OFFICERS Red, black, or white, they are precious in our sight. Now where could Panama be? lxv - A g4z'ff,..4n3-- JUNIOR PLAY " ll "MEN ARE LIKE STREET CARS" Cast: Mrs. Mason--Annette Leary, Mr. Mason-Felbert Lamb, Maudie-Rose Mary Sawyer, Sylvia-Rose Mary Moore, Joy-Jean Hopkins, Alix-Peggy Swain, Julie-Annie Lawrie Gard, Lysbeth-Angelyn Moore, Mrs. White-Patsy Parker, Mrs. Allen-Barbara Neece, Mrs. Day-Opal Lee Hackler, Davey-Jimmy Miller, Chi-George Midgett, Jerry-Robert Harrington, Ted--Claude Burnham, Margaret-Maxine Baker. 4-iw Dot Jones, Annette Coppersmith, Nancy Jones, Pat Clancy, Naorni Walter, Terri Watson, Frances Williams, Bill Harris, Carol Longenecker, Gloria Perry, Ann Duke, Luther Sanders, Phyllis Spence, Rose Basnight, Betty Williams, Carolyn Hurdle, Margaret Munden, Sharon Hardison, Conrad Bailey, Laverne Bunch, Cecil Garrett. SOPHO James Archbell Ebert Bailey Connie Basnett Henry Berard Betsy Blades Al Blount Buddy Boyce Bill Brockett Jo Ann Brothers Carolyn Bunch Harry Bundy, Jr. Myrtle Chappell Billie Chaudron Charles Clark Jollish Clifton Loretta Collins Charles Commander Earlene Culipher Ocie Ann Culpepper Barbara Jo Daniel Carroll Davis Gloria Davis Margaret Davis Miles Davis MORES SOPHOMORES Carolyn Dickerson Barbara Edwards Bill Edwards William Elliott, Jr. Pat Fearing Charlotte Fitchett Early Forbes Sammy Forbes James Gaskins Kent Haney Herbert Harrell Jane Harrell Charles Harris Bobby Harrison Hazel Hassell Jimmy Hathaway Jimmy Hayes Peggy Hoover Cecelia Hodges Ann Hurdle Frances .lennette Gloria Jennings Carolyn Jennings Ervin Johnson V 1 - : 1.5 ' - ,. X-.W 1 ' ,. ,Qf We ,s E 3154 , ,a : ,fifgghwf .K - ,.,, I iff' 2 , f 1 5 , C, , , ., , 'H Lf' ,QE12zw'w, . fi . K E. , - , ., S-f , . ,, . F 'W Y? ' , 'Y . 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I l , SOPHOMORES Jerry Joseph Rita King Ellen Lacy Helen Lacy Erline Lane Roy Lane Ethel Lawrance Sylvia Long Bob Luther Jennette McCain Beverly McCulIen Gerald McGee Michael McGee Peggy Meekins Douglas Morris Donald Myers Barbara North Jane Overman Robert Overman Charles Overton Dianne Owens Barbara Palmer Sheila Payne Jerry Ann Peoples SOPHOMORES David Perry Jimmy Perry Ruth Ellen Perry Joe Pool Doris Powell Mahalo Powell Mickey Powell Douglas Prescott Ronald Price Maxine Pridgen Rosalie Roper Mary Riddick Douglas Roughton Gordon Sanders Jane Sanders Paul Sawyer Sam Sawyer Wmona Sawyer Sylvia Scaff Mae Scarborough Jimmy Scott Mac Seymore Barbara Simpson Mike Singletary B. Pictures Missing: Vincent Mercer, Athemus Sfetsos, Pete Smoak, Dallas Tarkington. SOPHOMORE OFFICERS BUDDY BOYCE, President MAHALA POWELL, Treasurer JERRY McGEE, Vice-President MARY RIDDICK, Secretary SOPHOMORES Alice Spencer Ernest Spruill lrving Spruill Mitchell Spruill Lois Stallings Richard Stevenson Sonny Stone Jo Ann Swain Virginia Tarkington Allen Tillett Faye Todd Jean Tucker Billy Tunstall Grace Wallace Essie Mae Ward Jim Weeks lx WS - 4 fe Hr-. FRESHMEN Ann Alford Mildred Ball Virginia Baker William Baker Iva Barker Michael Bell Charles Berry Weymouth Betts Janice Brickhouse Helen Britt Ellen Brown Evelyn Brown Paige Bunch Ella Ruth Bunch Helen Burch Margaret Clark Nancy Cole Carrie Cray Rebecca Davenport Gregory Davis Vivian Etheridge Constant Fearing Martha Freeman James Gard X. 5 "N ' Q' if i?,f5'4 y ,W f V, .M ' ' ,V -1, 5,1-f I f rt if W 4 1 Sn 1 Q15 A Q " ff Q 4 f, ., 5, ' QQ ll , S, hr ,rw . 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'24 is 4 , ,I s.. 1 f 1 7 I fa Lev I l X r gf l 1 E po ' ' if-1-. X "If Lf 4,-f-ei M P- ,'Q' 2 ' ' - ' i i Q ' , " . -,' ' ra : 59' ff 5' . .',- fi! 52 FRESHMEN John A. Sawyer Pat Sawyer Rosalie Sawyer Joyce Scaff Jane Seeley Herbert Smith Richardson Smith Mildred Speight Mackey Swain Mabel Todd Connie Toler Edna Turner Francis Tuttle Louis Twiford Annette Umphlett Velnia Weaver Pat White Margaret Williams Yvonne Williams Ruth Winslow Tolson Willis Jimmy Wilson Marilyn Macqueen Not ' red Merrill Barnard,X,lr.,x Rita Daven- portq,Barbara An'nJGray, Henry l2Kf'Pi'El2TE3 Ronald Tannen, Billy ,"'D'awn Twiford, Donald Warden. FRESHMEN OFFICERS BARBARA JENNINGS, Secretary MACK J PAIGE BUNCH CLAUGHTON MILLER, P ONES, Treasurer , Vice-President resident ls at all that bad, Jo Ann? Pointed boys 53 sw' Shall we dance? Fix that hair girls 'H . U ,Q Cr' Q5 'Wherever there IS good muslc there IS harmony Wherever there IS harmony there are good cltlzens J H Moore STUDENT CO-OPERATIVE GOVERNMENT The Student Council of the Elizabeth City High School proposes to promote the general welfare at the school, to establish a closer union and to create a greater responsibility among the students. The student council has had several out- standing projects this year. During American 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 sponsored several dances. At the beginning ot the school year they gave a Howdy Dance to welcome the freshmen to high school. Then they gave a semi-formal dance during Christmas holidays. Without this dance Christmas just wouldn't be complete. The student council also financ- ed the cheerleaders and assisted the guidance department with College Day and Career Day. This year the council had charge of home- coming which was celebrated at the game played with Greenville. The student council sent delegates to the North Carolina Student Council Congress in Albemarle. These delegates were Heywood Houtz, Grace Wallace, and their advisor, Miss. Bertha Cooper. l Heywood Houtz, President of the Elizabeth City Student Cooperative Gov- ernment, Presiding Officer ot the Student Council. OFFICERS :"?'w t gp-1 g y, I Is fi f. f f gi Left to right: Miss Cooper, advisor, Anne Winslow, treasurer, Leonard Winslow, sergeant-at- arms, Heywood Houtz, president, Robert Harrington, vice-president, Grace Wallace, secretary COMMITTEE CHAIRMAN Left to right: Rita Munden, Ann Rochelle, Rose Mary Moore, Ronald Saunders, Russell Hast- ings, Barbara Neece, Claude Burnham, Wilson Vennel, David Jennette, Dot Jones. w-CT COMMITTEES' PUBLICITY Yvonne Cartwright, Ann Rochelle, chairman, Joyce Austin. STANDARDS Carrietta Blades, Barbara Neece, chairman, Annie Laurie Gard. ELECTIONS Seated: John Carroll Smith, Bill Wins- low, David Jennette, chairman, Paul Miller, Charles Sioussat. Standing: Nell Jackson, Mary Closs Jennette, Betty Jean Houtz. SOCIAL First Row: Phyllis Spence, Vivian Jor- don, Rosemary Moore, chairman, Lo- retta Collins, Opal Lee Hackler. Second Row: Earline Culipher, Janet Hill, Jean Hopkins, Peggy Swain, Rosemary Sawyer, Patsy Bunch, Ange- lyn Moore, Annette Coppersmith. COMMITTEES ' CALENDAR Left to right: lris Leary, Dot Jones, chairman, Rose Basnight, Margaret Ann Munden. ' ,ft ' - Wi X " f .1 at A , - Q 3 , I 1 .. 'f' L "ff " 9 at ' ,f N fr, 'l H l-.---- - J E .V ,-.. PATROL-OUTSIDE H 4+-."'f3i ' '1 1 , r ' I E vw ' "R 'WW W ' 5 Left to right: Bill Brockett, Pete 'J' , V I W, Q21 14 , Smoak, Jollish Clifton, Harry Jones, K Ronald Saunders, chairman. Absent 'M' , ,, from picture: Carter Smith, Fred Haney. I r O4 H , I ,,,rV 4 it Q I. E r L - A-J INSIDE First Row: Felbert Lamb, Kent Haney, James Gaskins, Buddy Boyce, George Midgett. Second Row: Bill Harris, Jerry McGee, L44 I ,sf ? John Bell, Leonard Winslow, Cecil Gar- X , 1 si, Y 1 rett. X X .X INSIDE First Row: Macon Nixon, Webb Wil- liams, Jimmy Stallings, Cosby Morgan. Second Row: Richard Poulos, Dickie Darling, Charles Langley, Tomm Bak- er, Russell Hastings, chairman. -11-S-1 C 0 M M I T T E E S clTlzENsl-nr Pat Melson, Rita Munden, chairman, Margie Wilder. FINANCE Wilson Vennel, chairman, Joann Gill, Bill Simmons, Becky Smith. Absent from picture: Edward Zimmerman. HOUSES AND GROUNDS Conrad Bailey, Claude Burnham, chair- man, Ocie Lee Cooper, Julius Hooker. HOMEROOM REPRESENTATIVES First Row: Jean Hopkins, Betty Wil- liams, Doris Powell, Carrie Croy. Second Row: Selma Markham, Jodie Kramer, Frances Jennette, Jane Seel- ey. Third Row: Buddy Boyce, Pete Ashton, Billy Tunstall, John Carroll Smith. ACTIVITIES 44.5-K W-at as M Homecoming Game Student Council 4 xl X A I .VI 4'1 i x W. ' ii ,, ,, I "'f,n if 'Q .fm ,f, fw'?'f" .. American Education Week Christmas Dance Concession Stand 61 Homecoming King and Queen THE SPOTLIGHT STAFF lnformality is the keynote that the editors have attempted to introduce in the i954 year-book. Marked changes in the set-up has been the major concern of the staff in pre- senting a book designed with "the new Iook." So through work and responsibilities shared alike by the editorial and business staffs, with the tireless assistance of the advisor the annual has been produced. I Shirley Askew, Editor , , . Selma Markham, Business Manager . . . . Senior Editor, Faye Lupton . . . Sophomore Editors: Alice Spencer, Myrtle Chappell, Peggy Hoover . . . Activities Editors: Loretta Winslow, Annette Meggs . . . Sports Editor: Eloise Castellow . . . Typists: Catherine White, Phyllis Meiggs . . . Music Editor: Mary Frances Murrell . . . Photographers: Richard Stevenson, Mac Jones, Bill Harris, Charles Sioussat. .. Advisor: Mary L. Owens . . . Business Staff: Selma Markham, James Archbell, Betsy Blades, Carolyn Dickerson, Peggy Meek- ins, Conrad Bailey, Carietta Blades, Sara Riddick, Phyllis Spence, Peggy Swain, Elizabeth McFatter. gs Staff 'hvowf-"""'.6' , At Photographers 1 gm K Y Eff, HIM' Chapel Program Ad Staff - 'M .mn f-QD 'rf 51: v ,Sir 'SQ' 'isffiw --...-Q ,nv A-uf and """'---. ... --f...-, V H- ...D we ..,, WX , .. w "--. N l V 1 4 . xww 1 ,., Q NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY This is the fifth year the National Honor Society has been included as a part of the activities in our High School. So far it has succeeded very well in its purpose-to promote scholarship, character, leadership, and service among the students of Elizabeth City High School. During this year the society has offered to help sponsor a White Christmas Service, maintained a coach- ing bureau for students who need help in their studies, to honor students who are outstanding in scholarship, character, citizenship, to work with other service organizations in whatever projects they undertake for the benefit of our school, and to sponsor a school wide citizenship campaign. OFFICERS First Row: John Carroll Smith, vice-president, Wilson Ven- nel, treasurer. Second Row: David Jennette, president, Na- omi O'Neal, secretary, Yvonne Cartwright, chaplain. First Row: Elizabeth McFatter, Rita Munden, Ann Duke, Jean Hopkins, Rose Mary Moore, Frances Williams. Second Row: Joyce Alston, Janet Basnight, Kay Jones, Rose Basnight, Iris Leary, Yvonne Cartwright, Phyl- lis Spence, Yvonne Vickrey. Third Row: Terri Watson, Ann Rochelle, Naomi O'NeoI, Patsy Parker, Betty Williams, Annette Leary, Barbara Finney, Pat Melson, Ann Elizabeth Winslow. Fourth Row: Bill Simmons, Ronald Roughton, Miss Boomer, advisor, Wilson Vennel, David Jennette, John Carroll Smith. ,,-v -'V x Q .xg sw ,579 - .v , First Row: Catherine White, Carolyn Hurdle, Yvonne Bray, Raye Pritchard, Sylvia Owens, Charlene Schroe- der. Second Row: Annette Leary, Faye Lupton, Janet Basnight, Rose Basnight, Naomi Walters, Ann White, Yvonne Vickery. Third Row: Frances Dukes, Selma Markham, Doris Onley, Phyllis Meiggs, Shirley Tuttle, Susie Seymore, Iris Leary, Doris Beals. Fourth Row: Rosemary Moore, Jean Hopkins, Rosemary Sawyer, Anne Winslow, Janet Hill, Frances Williams, Opal Lee Hackler, Carrietta Blades. Fifth Row: Joann Gill, Annette Coppersmith, Vivian Jordan, Frances Newbern, Pat Melson, Barbara Neece, Betty Jeanne Houtz, Annie Laurie Guard, Peggy Swain. Sixth Row: Mrs. Flood, Naomi O'Neal, Elizabeth McFatter, Mary Closs Jennette, Loretta Winslow. OFFICERS Left to right: Namoi O'NeaI, secretary, Anne Winslow, president, Catherine White, chaplain, Vivian Jordan, treas- urer, Janet Hill, vice-president. PURPOSE: To create, maintain, and extend throughout the home, school, and community, high standards of - El Christian character. SLOGAN: Pure thoughts, pure words, pure actions. COLORS: Red, white, blue, exemplifying sacrifice, purity, loyalty. SYMBOL: Triangle symbolozing three-fold development of mind, body and spirit. TRI-HI-Y 65 BIB!! " .J '.3l '.,.z.'!i , ,A 'itll J Ca A ., 11 i --N--. : ,: l lf .1 gf ll Q fl li i l l 1 l OFFICERS: Left to right: Phyllis Spence, treasurer, Ann- ette Leary, president, Angelyn Moore, secre- tary, Nancy Jones, vice-president. l Seated: Ann Rochelle, Carolyn Longenecker, Joyce Alston, Charlotte Fitchett, Rose Mary Sawyer, Mary Closs Jennette. Standing: Opal Lee Hackler, Vivian Jordan, Betty Jeanne Houtz, Jean Hopkins, Grace Wallace. Seated: Pat Clancy, Maxine Baker, Barbara Edwards, Beverely McCullen. Standing: George Midgett, Rita Munden, Jim- my Miller, Shirley Askew, Bill Harris, Laverne Bunch, Carrie Croy, Cecil Garrett. The purposes of the Future Teachers are: to foster development of student leadership. learn about opportunities in teaching, .to cul- Projects: tivate the qualities essential in a good teacher, ill Nursery during PTA hours. to study the lives of great teachers, and to l2l Substitute teaching. FUTURE TEACHERS OF AMERICA 66 l l FUTURE HDMEMAKERS OF AMERICA The purpose of the F. H. A. is to promote a growing appreciation of the joys and satisfactions of homemakmg The club is restricted to those girls who have had as much as one semester ot homemaking and it sponsors the Junior Red Cross in High School OFFICERS Seated: Margaret Ann Munden, vice-president, Peggy Meekins, treasurer, Sharon Hardison, president, Peggy Hoover, secretary, Carolyn Hurdle, historian. Standing: Miss Chappell, advisory Erlene Lane, parliamentarian, Marie Brickhouse, reporter, Joyce Perry, song leader. Seated: Erlene Lane, Joyce Perry, Lois Stall- ings. Standing: Margaret Munden, Hazel Has- sell, Marie Brickhouse, Carolyn Jenings, Grace Jones. Left ta right: Naomi Walter, Alma Twiford, Jo Ann Snowden, Barbara Simpson, Jean Roby, Kay Tarkington, Carolyn Hurdle, Kay Staf- ford. Absent from picture: Winona Sawyer, Virginia Tarkington, Essie Ward, Margaret Davis. st Q0 'ir A 1-Ji I , sw ,g . K '35 -If vii' 35 ATT. if 6 Q8 1 ' we '12 .5 V 1 f. Z 'fs N38- '-av' rf ' 1 Q Og Q ggi 53 M t 2 4 nil, 3 1 3 I 5 Y . 3, 'Y "3 tklr vm 'f"E"f': Wa. Davis, Bob Luther, Richard First Row, left to right: J. P. Eves, Cecil Garrett, Donald Abernathy, Robert Stevenson. Second Row: John Carroll Smith, Kent Haney, Billy Tunstall, Jame' Gaskins, Joe Pool. Third Row: Ed Zimmerman, Fred Haney, Heywood Houtz, Douglas Prescott, Allen GullOp. Fourth Row: Mr. Tur- ner, Advisor, Robert Harrington, David Jennette, Jimmy Stallings. T. OFFICERS John Bell, president, Donald Abernathy, vice-president, J. P. Eves, secretary, Robert Davis, sergeant-at-arms. Absent: Rich- ard Stevenson, treasurer. The purpose of the Key Club is to help uphold the high standards and morals of our high school and to be of service to our schools, churches, and our community. M Y KW ,1-' ,J if 'M ff' - The Key Club undertakes a number of projects during the school year, such as: taking charge of selling tickets at all athletic events, assisting in cafeteria work, annually contributing to the Sol- votion Army and the Pasquotank T. B. Fund and making other contributions to the welfare of our school and community. THE KEY CLUB 68 Ol HI-Y CL To maintain, extend, and create throughout the school, home, and community high standards of Christian character is the purpose of this club. Their most important task is to try to encourage religious activity in our high school. OFFICERS Left to right: Russell Hastings, president, Leonard Winslow, chaplain, Bill Simmons, vice-president, Ralph Cox, secretary. UB DQ KCI CC ,sh fa -v "" -..ui-4,-g.x.f. ft First Row: Conrad Bailey, George Midgett, Ralph Cox, Tommy Baker. Second Row: Bill Simmons, Charles Siousatt, Gene Anderson, Charles Langley: Third Row: Macon Nixon, Leonard Winslow, Dickie Darling, Russell Hastings, Mr. Wagoner, Advisor. , wg, Wu t .A f CK- iii 41" W? v .X T if , ,W ,. W ,au- 's-..,,,W 'K 'sc-fx 419 First Row: Tim Brooks, Jimmy Hathaway, James Gaskins, Billy Tunstoll, Harry Jones, Douglas Williams, Douglas Morris, Carter Smith, Pete Smoak, Bill Brockett, Charles Clark, Billy Potter, George Meads. Right line of E: Glenn Baum, Julius Hooker, Donald Myers, Buddy Boyce, Jerry McGee, Webb Williams, Russell Hastings. Second Row: Thomas Minton, Douglas Rogerson, Mike McGee, Robert Gilden, Jollish Clifton, Wesley Toler, Morris Perry. Third Row: Jimmy Johnson, Kent Haney, Carroll Davis, Douglas Prescott, Dick Darling, Pete Ashton, Cosby Morgan, Allen Tillett, Bob Darling, Vice-President, Roy Lane, Paul Miller, President, Mr. Brooks, advisor. M The Monogram Club is composed of those persons who have won Fa letter for their participation in school athletics. The club does its part to make the athletic program of the school more interesting and valuable to the students. BOYS' MONOGRAM CLUB 70 DRAMATICS The purpose of our club is to aid its members in expressing themselves through acting, in stimu- lating imaginations, in developing unity, and understanding that cooperation is essential in dramatic presentation as in all phases of life. OFFICERS Jane Overman, president, Cecelia Hodges, vice-president, Ocie Ann Culpepper, treasurer, Jeannette McCain, secretary. First Row: Cecelia Hodges, Jane Overman, Helen Britt. Second Row: Jean Tucker, Jerry Peoples, Yvonne Williams, Connie Basnett, Jennette McCain. Third Row: Mary Riddick, Maxine Pridgen, Rita King, Thelis Gordon, Barbara Monical, Ocie Ann Culpepper. Fourth Row: Miss Johnston, advisory Peggy Goodwin, Charles Hotchkiss, Jackie Kirby, Paige Bunch, Rosalie Roper, Mickey Powell, Mahala Powell. Absent from picture: Gloria Davis, Ethel Lawrence, Felix Phelps, Connie Toler, Patricia Sawyer. X.. mu is Left to right: Gene Jarvis, Mike Bell, Louis Twiford, James Hare, Eddie Pritchard, sec- retary-treasurerg Jodie Kramer, vice-president. Left to right: Douglas Roughton, Charles Berry, Charles Morris, president, Buddy Matheiss, Lyle Jerome, Melvin Hooker, Jimmy Perry. Left to right: Pat Fearing, Betsy Blades, Bill dent, Sylvia Long, Charles Porter, John A. Sawyer. lhe purpose of these clubs is to stimulate interest in scientific pursuits and teach scientific methods of procedure in thinking and carrying out experimental projects. There are three different clubs-two junior clubs and one senior club. Mrs. Marie Hodul is advisor. 72 , Tunstall, Sammy Forbes, Mike McGee, presi- Left to right: David Perry, Ernest Spruill, Jane Harrell, Peggy Meekins, Peggy Hoover, Alice Spencer, Carolyn Jenings, Jerry Joseph, Joanne Swain, secretary-treasurer, Hubert Har- rell, Ervin Spruill. Left to right: Rose Basnight, Sylvia Owens, Anne Duke, Paul Miller, Peggy Swain, Rose- mary Moore, Carietta Blades, Annette Leary, Betty Williams, secretary-treasurer, Annie Laurie Gard, Carlton Sanderlin, Eddie Britt, Phyllis Spence, Cecil Garrett. Left to right: Laverne Bunch, Sarah Riddick, Wilson Vennel, Conrad Bailey, Allen Gallop, Charles Langley, Tommy Baker, Joann Gill, Fred Haney, Sam Johnson. Absent from picture: Jim Gard, Giles New- some, Richard Stevenson, Jim Weeks, Frances Tuttle, Charles Harris, Carlton Sanders, Joe Pool, Jerry McGee, Charles Overton, Vincent Mercer, Robert Overton, Douglas Morris, Douglas Prescott, vice-president, Charles Commander, Jane Sanders, Ella Ruth Bunch, Gloria Jennings, Barbara Jo Daniels, Barbara North, Ruth Ellen Perry, Jerry Peoples, Fran- ces Jeanette, Janet Hill, George Cole, Ed Zimmerman, vice-president, Warren Baines, Mary Frances Murrell, Cosby Morgan, and Herman Olds. 'nv- u.- 9 is V1 N. - L is TRAVEL First Row: Carter Smith, George Midgett, Fred Fearing, Julius Hooker, Harry Jones. Second Row: Robert Gilden, Nancy Jones, treasurer, Pat Clancy, vice-president, Joanne Snowden, Frances Dukes, Cecil Harris, Ronald Etheridge. Third Row: Jimmy Mil- ler, Leonard Winslow, Jan Overton, vice-president, Glenn Baum, James Rhodes, Mrs. Clinkscales, advisor, Fred Decker, Rich- ard Poulos. First Row: Mike Singletary, Sheila Payne, Jane Sanders, reporter, Frances Jennette, Charlotte Fitchett, treasurer: Ruth Ellen Perry, secretary, Billie Chauldron, Second Row: Jimmy Perry, Harry Bundy, Douglas Roughton, Mack Seymore, Gordon Sanders, Bob Luther, Junior Elliott, Bobby Harris, Jerry Joseph. Third Row: Melvin Hooker, Charles Overton, Joe Pool, Miss Webb, ad- visor, Bill Edwards, vice-president, Herbert Harrell, Charles Harris, Ronald Price. Absent from the picture: Sammy Forbes, Bob- by Harrison, Tom McKimmey, Maurice Onley, Allen Tillett, president, Doris Powell, Dorcas Cox. The objects of this club are to help members to become acquainted with our native land, where to go and what to see, and to learn something about some of the interesting places abroad. 74 The Commercial Club is for the students who don't have the opportunity to take commercial subjects as main courses. The things learned in this little time often prove valuable. Left to right: Catherine White, program chairman, Joan lreland, Miss Daniels, Carolyn Hurdle, Norma Faye Jewell, Kay Jones, Doris Beals, president, Patricia Ethridge, Mrs. Bowers, advisor, Shirley Tuttle, Annette Coppersmith, secretary, Melva Twiford, Dot Jones, Elizabeth McFatter, treasurer, Shirley Ammeen, Raye Pritchard, vice-president, Doris Onley, Angie Davis, Mary Frances Murrell, Selma Markham, Anne White, Jane Commander. Absent from picture: Margaret Davis, Patricia Jacobs, Charlene Schroeder, program chairman, Yvonne Vickery, Kay Phelps, Edna Davis. U 1 The purpose of this club is to equip students for college music study and to enrich the music education of those who are not planning to study music in college. lt also helps in the understanding and appreciation of music for all students. First Row: Patsy Bunch, Barbara North, secretary, Dianne Owens, president, Patricia Ethridge. Second Row: Shirley Askew, Sylvia Scaff, Glen Gibson, Early Forbes, Luther Sanders, Mickey Powell. Third Row: Mr. Calloway, advisor, Gloria Jennings, Carolyn Bunch, Kay Phelps, Richard Helmkamp, treasurer, Billy Potter. Absent from picture: Robert Harrington, vice-presi- dent, Yvonne Williams, Carolyn Dickerson, C. B. Barkley, N. T. Aydlett, Nancy Dunbar, Jennette McCain. SPEECH CLUB Standing: Robert Davis, vice-president. Left to right: Patricia Etheridge, treasurer, Rosolie Raper, Mary Riddick, Norma Faye Jewell, Loretta Lancaster, Jimmy Hayes, Miss Jackson. Absent from picture: Tim Brooks, president, Edna Earle Griffin, secretary, Charles Commander. JUNIOR LIBRARIANS Seated: Sigggpgmhg' ' Left to right: Vickie Jenne , Pat Wgjgggg, Anne- Taylor, Louise Hobbs, Anita Russell, Gwen Hi , Shirley Sawyer, Lucille o ges. 1... 76 .s U rx 'ga -4 ia 1 OFFICE STAFF Left to right: Dick Darling, Pete Ashton, Barbara Finney, Mrs. Cox, Cosby Morgan, Faye Lupton, Freida Gray. Absent from picture: Ruby Gray, Frances Riggs. BRARY STAFF First Row: Yvonne Cartwright, Raye Pritchard, Joyce Alston, Morris Perry, Douglas Williams. Second Row. Bill Winslow, Joanne Brothers, Leonard Winslow, Bill Harris, .1 77 Jimmy Stallings, Miss Boomer. l l 4 l rl l l 4 7 1 l l , 5 E l.. CCC. . A if .f '-.1 A I I 5 Y 2 fi. zszfffkf 1 gll f I 7 I . w . "Where words fail, music speaks." I . . . Hans Christian Anderson MILES CLARK GERRY ,WOOLF SCOTT CALLOWAY Sponsor Secreta ry Director THE ELIZABETH CITY HIGH SCHCDCDL "Always there whenever we are needed" is the Elizabeth City High School l3and's motto. Taking part in all the pep rallies and being on hand for all the football games does not end the band's activities. Besides all this they participated in the Moth Boat Regatta, the Shrine Parade in Raleigh, the Oyster Bowl Paradein Norfolk, the Wright Memorial Celebration, the Christmas Parade in Elizabeth City, and the Azalea Festival Parade in Wilmington, N. C. The band's largest trip this year was to Washington, D. C. for a weekend to represent Mississippi at the Maryland and Mississippi football gamefAfter the game they toured the city. Under the direction of Mr. Calloway the band is planning to play several concerts here and even a few out-of-town. The band banquet honoring the seniors and the Christmas party, the two social events of the year, were, as always, a big success. This was due to the work of the excellent committees that were selected this year. 80 i i l ul, l .4 I l MACON NIXON, Captain BILL WINSLOW, Drum Major BAND The biggest thing the band works for every year is the District Band Contest in Greenville, N. C., the Ensemble Contest at Durham, N. C., and the State Band Contest at Greensboro, N. C. Each member ot the band works hard to rate superior in all ot these contests. Many people have said that the officers this year are better than ever before. They have worked hard and accomplished much. Congratulations to this hard working slate of officers. With Mr. Miles Clark, "Uncle Miles" as all the band members know him, and Mr. Calloway's help and encouragement all the members are striving to make this year's band the best ever. 81 s 1 I '+,..-- 'ff sf ,J N,. js, 1 fr ..,.-- -Nf- THE ELIZABETH CITY Flrst Row, left to right: Bill Winslow, Vivian Jordan, Rosemary Moore, Gordon Sanders, Ellen Brown, War- ren Baines, Al Blount, Victor Roughton, Ann Rochelle, Macon Nixon, Hugh MacDiarmid, Evelyn Brown, Charlotte Fitchet, Eben? Bailey, Peggy Swain, Phyllis Spence, Mr. Calloway. Second' Row, left to right: Ann Sanders, Barbara Miller, Jean Hopkins, Frances Williams, Pat Melson, Barbara Neece, Edna Ruth Davis, Ann Alford, Sylvia Owens, Grace Morse, Robert Morgan, Annette Coppersmith, Becky Davenport, Carolyn Jennings, Jane Seeley, Jane Harrell, Sarah Riddick, Mildred Ball, Diane Owens, Myrtle Chappell, Annie Laurie Gard, Sulvia Scaff, Peggy Goodwin. Third Row, left to right: Fred Fearing, Shirley Ammeen, Joanne Gill, Frances Newbern, C. B. Barkley, Martha Freeman, Pat Fearing, Mary Evelyn Jackson, Joanne Snow- 82 If HIGH SCHOOL BAND den, Kay Phelps, Carolyn Dickerson, Rita Munden, Ruth Ellen Perry. Fourth Row, left to right: Ronald Roughton, Shirley Toler, John A. Sawyer, David- Perry,-Jimmy Stallings, N. T. Aydlett, Bill Simmons, Cari- efta Blades, Gloria Jennings, Vivian Rudd, Carolyn Bunch, Nancy Dunbar. Fifth Row, left to right: Billy Potter, Dickie Helmkamp, Barbara North, Charles Harris, Herbert Harrell, Luther Sanders, Charles Porter, Felbert Lamb, Glenn Gibson, Barbara Palmer, Mack Jones, Janet Hill. Sixth Row, left to right: Fred Haney, Radcliff Reel, Jimmy Hayes, Early Forbes, Jimmy Johnson, Robert Harrington, Tommy' Baker, Robert Kelly, Weymeth Betts, Mary Closs Jennette. Seventh Row, left to right: Margie Wilder, Loretta Collins, Opal Lee Hackler, Earlene Cullipher, Terri Watson, Patsy Bunch, Angelyn Moore. S3 fi' if M,,,.. ff-.,,,.. sy 0 --.,,,u-v ,V ,- -.V ff2r, ,,.,f l ,f'1sl','2 OFFICERS First Row, left to right: Sylvia Owens, Ruth Ellen Perry, Jean Hopkins, Carolyn Dickerson, Joanne Gill, Frances Williams, Frances Newbern, Rita Munden, Kay Phelps, Shirley Ammeen, Ann Rochelle. Second Row, left to right: Annette Coppersmith, Dianne Owens, Barbara North, Annie Laurie Gard, Shirley Toler, Nancy Dunbar, Pat Melson, Mary Closs, Jennette, Barbara Neece, Janet Hill, Pat Fearing, Jimmy Stallings, Bill Winslow. Third Row, left to right: Dickie Helmkamp, N. T. Aydletf, Glenn Gibson, Carietta Blades, Caro- lyn Jennings, Ronald Roughton, Bill Simmons, Tommy Baker, Jimmy Johnson, Robert Harrington, Macon Nixon, Felberl Lamb, Fred Haney. "' '21?Q,2"' ,sf ,K 1 F rl r F F 1 I 6 . . gk Opal Lee Hackler, Erlene Culllpher, Terrie Watson his lun! E83 ui tw -,,..-1-5 -ann wuz :ms 2E11"'Jfl , uw" l r-,ww I ? ' nv, ,fu -r A- ' j"f"""A'i "" "" ' 'jg " + . 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N-.J X 43 Seated: Myrtle Manning, director. First Row: Yvonne Vickrey, Jo Ann Swain, Paige Bunch, Pat Clancy Second Row: N. T. Aydlett, Bill Winslow, Edward Zimmerman, Richard Stevenson. Seated: Myrtle Manning. Standing: Nancy Jones, Yvonne Vickrey, Kay Jones, Pat Clancy. ZZ -.-,.,.M4x,,.., f..x.:,' ,Q -, . . , -- - 1 ,- ., .lil , - , fam.. if . , . L. Y ... 5 n n Sf,-"f ' ffk f l if K Play always as if a master were listening. . . . Schumann I f .dl H Coach "Honey" Johnson Dr. Bonner FOOTBALL M f Managers: Kent Honey, George Meads, Douglas Morris F' Co-Captains: Morris Perry, Dickie Darling N, V , H , ,in f ' Q. X "Q, eg, 'ji gf , It S. A 4 , Mfg 773 , zz 1- 3 " V lg,,l,: , ml W ,' , ,. ' M3 " wif Qs P sv 'fl , J ' 9 ' ,N gr' f , , K fs,4.,w .. - V I, J .,d3,,, an V 4 f 2 , ,, f ' 4 -..iff -'I' Front Row, left to right: Carter Smith, Douglas Williams, Bill Tunstall, Douglas Rogerson, Jerry McGee, Pee Wee Gaskins, Buddy Boyce, Julius lBootsl Hooker, and Pete Smoak. Second Row: Morris Perry, Cosby Morgan, Bill Brockett, Allan Tillett, Donald Myers, Pete Ashton, Harry Jones, and Wesley Toler. Third Row: Carroll Davis, Tim Brooks, Charles Langley, Douglas Prescott, Ronald Saunders, Dickie Darling, Jollish Clif- ton, Mike McGee, and Glenn Baum. Absent from picture: Bobby Darling and Elmer Smith. The Yellow Jackets closed the 1953 football season with an admirable record of 6 victories and 4 defeats, of which 3 wins and 3 losses went into the conference books. Starting smoothly, Elizabeth City rolled over the Wilson Cyclones in their opener, to the tune of I9 to 6, after which they journeyed to Jacksonville for their first North- eastern Conference encounter, where they administered a 26 to l3 trouncing. Returning home, they met their first set- back at the hands of the Washington Pam Pack, in a game which was much closer than the score of l9 to 7 would indicate. Roanoke Rapids invaded Jacket territory the following week, and came out on top after a fumble and penalty-ridden struggle, 7 to 6. Back into the victory column, Elizabeth City High School trounced Edenton and Catholic High of Norfolk by scores of 26 to 7 and 28 to 20, respectively. Both were non-conference affairs. At Kinston, the local fans were on the edges of their seats when the game ended, the Yellow Jackets having ignored a 14 to O half time deficit, to roar back with l3 points, just failing to spoil the Red Devils' Home- coming. Undoubtedly the thriller of the year for everyone concerned was the New Bern con- test, which Elizabeth City entered as the underdog. Working brilliantly, the Jackets determinedly and methodically tore the Bears to bits before a stunned and silenced crowd. The highly touted, undefeated New Bern team was being shamed at its own home- coming, and the fans could hardly believe what they were witnessing. When Elizabeth City left the stadium ,the scoreboard read 3l to O. Jubilant over their well earned victory, called by sports writers the upset of the year, the Elizabeth City High School gridders returned to their home field for the last conference game, in which they spilled Greenville, 26 to 6. ln the season finale, a powerful Hertford squad tumbled the Yellow Jackets 28 to l4, gaining their first victory in their rivalry with Elizabeth City since l926. To head coach "Honey" Johnson, his able assistant, Bob Brooks ,and to the boys who gave their all for the team, we all say: "Thanks for a thrilling i953 football season." J.,' W ' ,af ,X ix af A S .Monms PERRY 5 'MQ 1 sossv DARUNG Z . ,,... VARHTY 1 C DONALD MYERS COSBY MORGAN qi CARTER SMITH 5 Q P6 . VARSITY ., if? SX 1-lb-. ...A 1 1 gf' Q 7 , GLENN BAUM JAMES GASKINS Al ,5 45 7? Q ' , ' in ,ugly I Maw L DICKIE' DARLING cAnnou. DAVIS 'fif fn ALLEN TILLETT DOUGLAS PRESCOTT BUDDY BOYCE E' M, I +- ,Q T fl Y. ,X TIM BROOKS HARRY JONES PETE ASHTON 1 V ' A 6 F N L R! K '. x 2 7.2 , 1 1 1 fy' VY A T - . 4 M. . w -M " T 5 ' 4 A , ' fi-'ff' 1 A . A 267123, U T Q' 'wi-g,ff BILL TUNSTALL f-,Q W. lk A 4' r' Y., 331 JOLLISH CLIFTON ix . 1 L . -P ., .. K r 4' 1 Jenn? Nuiies Ji 'K ELMER SMITH ,ff 3 'f ' l Q f Q In , , -, X. T BOOTS" HOOKER Aj 1, , -JS m MZ W' , RONALD SAUNDERS BILL BROCKETT T n A 7 v ,slr WY lf at Da ling breaks away from the Cyclones. Elizabeth Elizabeth Elizabeth Elizabeth Elizabeth Elizabeth Elizabeth Elizabeth Elizabeth Elizabeth City City City City City City City City City City Darling picking up steam. Bears too slow for McGee. . . Wilson . Jacksonville . Washington Roanoke Rapids . . Edenton Catholic High . . Kinston . New Bern . Greenville . . Hertford "This "Darling" 6 13 l9 7 7 20 I4 O 6 28 is slippery too , .ll..l-.1 -vb, H , ,, R If In X ff Y 2 X , . Y V f I' l ' J B rg af, , S-so ' l r , , 1 Q 4 N H ,, . ,nw , Q" 1 ' X , K -I mx X , -, Wg, INN ""' ' Z S ' '--..,..,....r" rv kr 1 - ,W ,V Ea - A e-Q V 0 I, JAYVEES First Row, left fo right: Gregory Davis, Sam Gibbs, Mac Seymore, Nickie Hilgert, Jimmy Perry, Lawrence Bunch, Paul Sawyer. Second Row: Melvin Hooker, Freddie Poulos, Bobby King, David Hodges, Morris Onley, Dallas Tarkington, Mackey Swain, Alfred Hill, Claug-hfon Miller. Third Row: Henry Bernard, Wayne Price, Ocie Lee Cooper, Tom MacKimmey, Tom Sawyer, Charles Commander, Bill Harris, Jimmy Wilson, Buddy Mafthies. Q 'nm-2---w u-mn--N Coach Brooks ,F Es I Jayvee Manager, Tolson Willis Co-Captains, Sam Sawyer ond David Hodges J i954 VARSITY BASKETBALL Front Row, left to right: Billy Potter, Manager, David Hodges, Pete Smoak, Boots Hooker and Charles Clark, Manager. Second Row: Pete Ashton, Manager: Robert Gil- den, Harry Jones, Cecil Garrett and Bill Harris. Third Row: Tim Brooks, Dickie Darl- ing, Thomas Minton, Jimmy Johnson, Charles Langley and Macon Nixon. in l, Coach Brooks 6 The Elizabeth City High 1953-54 basketball season left much to be desired on the records, but certainly not because of any lack of fighting spirit on the part of the team members With only one regular varsity player from last season's team and a tough North- eastern Conference schedule to face coach Bob Brooks could hardly be expected to produce a world-beater, but we feel that everyone did a good job, and we are justifiably proud of them. At this writing, the record stood at 6 wins and li defeats. Several boys went the limit, fighting a close battle only to be nosed out by one or two points. Looking ahead, the newcomers who performed so well this year give promise of better things to come for the Yellow Jackets. We will be looking forward to next year as we did this one, and to this years team and our coach, we say "Thanks for an enjoyable season" and "Well done." Na -n,-.1 g 4. .:.d4g gb! . , .2 ,,.., . . . ' .ff -.fu r ite ' UQ f' 'X f Y K Q If if ffm' "vw, A' , 2,3 ?'f5'?.--,ly A 5053. I ' , , 1 vi - f 1 A 56:5 5 F ,iff'!52Cf!:fQIQ0j 1 M :iz lm, W .X wx Km l I2 14 ef W' X .s X S K' f FN, 2 JAYVEES First Row, left to right: Nickie Hilgert, Som Gibbs, Bobby King, Artie Stev- ens. Second Row: Melvin Hooker, Billy Tunstall, Tom McKimmey, Buddy Boyce, I Alfred Hill. Third Row: Kent Haney, Skipper Hooker, Bill Baker, Bill Edwards, Ronald Price, Sam Sawyer, Douglas Prescott. l v, . of I- , ., is , - A, ' : xx bk ,ff Coach "Honey" Johnson "Haney" takes free shot Joyvees in action with Jacksonville lg" Front Row, left to right: Manager, Grace Wallace, Nell Boyce, Dorcas Cox, Jean Tucker. Back Row: Doris Powell, Betsey Blades, Nell Jackson, Gloria Davis, Bess Godfrey, Ellen Lacy, Mahala Powell. Front Row, left to right: Manager, Susie Seymore, Annette Do- vis, Helen Bray, Ocie Culpepper, Connie Basnetf. Back Row: Helen Lacy, Jo Ann Gill, Barbara Jo Daniels, Jane Overman, Jane Sanders, Freida Gray, Shirley.Askew, Mae Scarborough. Front Row, left to right: Pat Sawyer, Ella Ruth Bunch, Jackie Midgett, Velnia Weaver, Ruth Winslow. Bock Row: Shirley Jones, Phyllis Hardison, Virginia Baker, Vivian Etheridge, Maxine Pridgen, Rosalie Sawyer, Eloise Castellow, Manager. TERMITES IN ACTION JOLLY KATS IN ACTION SMASHERS IN ACTION fs -... T H J 0 N E S Parker, Mildred- Speight, Betty Lou Hodges. Back Row: Barbara I D S First Row, eft to right: Margaret Williams, Joyce Sanders, Iva Overman, Pat White, Sheila Payne, Barbara Gray, Thelis Gor- don, Anne Hurdle, Manager. First Row, left to right: Jackie Kirby, Yvonne Williams, Helen Burch, Mary Gibbs, Billy Chaudron. Back Row: Dawn Twiford, Carrie Croy, Lillian Roughton, Shirley Powell, Manager, Patricia Ethridge, Rita King, Rosalie Roper. J, 0 L L E Y I T E S Since the girls basketball team was discontinued this year the girls have started intra-mural games. With the help ot Miss Jones, our Physical Education Director who has picked out five teams, we play intra-mural games after school. The team that wins the most games will receive letters. In this way we can continue our GirI's Monogram Club. 106 THE JONES KIDS IN ACTION .IOLLEYITES IN ACTION AN -uf i A K uf 3 x QFM ML HK! A'1vg?t, fm V ' I T M' na ' , Q i Q 'a 'Q 1 '-4 Es Z' X . . , .. . W.. Y,. , y'-.X. . WH-- N: -- . V .. V L21 A 51, ,, K ,W 'V WTB, Mai . K ,. Q , - ii.. ik JUS f 'J ,xr ' il ff Av-9 is 'T 1 1 . Q s , gQ I 5 P I W -'Mgzg54fx, ? ., 47, JUNIOR HIGH SCHUUL "' 'Cx li"'w ni- ..2 ' 'Y l 1 L I ' , We 1 2 ' Lk, ,- N 45, - M s r a , . I, 1 , , f .3 2 "Music is fundamental-one of the great sources of life, health, strength and 3 u happiness. . . Luther Burbank mnmmuu 'Nik '-eg' 4-rib. QV 419 BARBARA HASKETT LOUISE J. MORRISETTE B.A., Meredith College B.A., East Carolina College Seventh Grade Eighth Grade RUTH HOYLE EUNICE OVERMAN B.A., Lenoir-Rhyne College B.A. Greensboro College Supervisor of Elementary Schools Eighth Grad ' NADA PUGH ' , B.A., Gre o College i t rade VESTA REEL B.A., High Point College Seventh Grade VIRGINIA STARK B.A., Hendrix College Eighth Grade QZPMWA M, 444 . CQ, K JUNIOR HIG CULTY CATHERINE WINDER LINDA TAYLOR B.S., East Carolina College Seventh Grade JEAN WILLIAMS B.A., East Carolina College Seventh Grade Art Diploma, Graduate Work, Wake Forest College IWW' 'IN 17--F, Seventh Grade 29' I ,js 110 'WWI 'Q Q- 8 ? JUNIOR HIGH SCHCOL STUDENT COUNCIL 1"C!' MQ ,in YQ? 'Vase' xxa-5 " Officers: Nancy Hooper, Treasurer, Nickie Hilgert, President, Patsy Rochelle, Vice-President, Tom Sawyer, Secretary, Pat McDowell, Sergeant-at-Arms. Committee Chairmen: Sabra Eubanks, Anne Moore, Anne Wright, Gwen Hill, Nancy Hooper, Richard Beals, Artie Stevens, Gene Alligood, Albert Gard. Room Representatives: Joan Johnson, Castel Parker, Sally Bell, Anita Russell, Donna Davis, Lib Lancaster, Barbara Sawyer, Almarie Midgett. 4 -co-xwgy -.4 111 " vs X fl! N lb nv 1' J '91, 'if ', B MRS. MORRlSETTE'S ROOM - EIGHTH GRADE -I f. g ,Q u-.33 t .5 133' 'N I 1 E J t N , g A 4 Us 1 zzz 5 iv K ' ' x N i I , xl I Q 4 .. 2 A V ,XXV 2 , J fl. ss , cw ss ., Lawanda Abernathy, Jennette Armstrong, Phillip Bates, Richard Beals, Joyce Brothers, Lynn Cobb, Sandra Coppersmith, Ruth Courturier, Alease Duncan, Musonna Etheridge, Sabra Eu- banks, Bill Felton, Eldon Finney, Ronnie Gollobin, Lavonna Hare, Marion Harris, Dean Has- sell, Vickie Houlthouser, Jean Jerome, Dot Jones, Betty Kramer, Evelyn Lacy, Virginia Mc- Dearmid, Almarie Midgett, Fentriss Payne, Tommy Perry, Richard Powell, Margaret Russell, Diane Sparks, Michael Sullivan, Ray Twiddy, Pat Waters, Marie White. Pictures Missing: Ernest Jones, Mercer Long, William Lilly. MRS. OVERMAN'S ROOM - EIGHTH GRADE J 'ti af J s f flea? K6 6 fi Y ,kg , s N , LXTA James Ayers, Barbara Bailey, Juanita Ballance, Rodney Ballance, Yvonne Braddy, Doris Copeland, Gordon Curles, Ann Fulcher, Roy Harris, William Harrison, Alred Hill, Vicki Jenette, Larry Johnson, Bobby King, Lib Lancaster, Gaston Lawrence, Louise Lilly, Sandra Lonenecker, Mary Glenn McPherson, Shirley Minton, Anne Moore Doris Ann Morse, Buddy Roper, Mary Belle Sawyer, Carolyn Scaff, Mavis Simpson, Gretchen Stack, Pricilla Staton, Susan Tillis, Douglas Turner, Kathryn Turner, Bill Twiford, Richard Walter, Billy Williams, Ann Wright. 112 MISS PUGH'S ROOM - EIGHTH GRADE .QL Ann Carolyn Abbott, Johnnie Ray Allen, Gene Alligood, Sandra Archdell, Jimmy Armstrong, Joyce Benton, Bill Burgess, Robert Christoffersen, Donna Davis, Ann Driskill, Helen Etheridge, Joan Ford, Wesley Fore- man, Gwen Hill, Louise Hobbs, Mildred Lane, Ken Leary, Annette Long, Richard Lupton, Vivian Mathis, Edna Morgan, Yvonne Owens, Goldie Pierce, Sharon Pierce, Thelma Quidley, Donna Richards, Mary Rough- ton, Tom Sawyer, Jimmie Shannonhouse, Delores Sheorin, Melvin Simpson, Lena Tarkington, Johnny Tucker, Martin Trueblood, Sherry Williams. MRS. STARK'S ROOM - EIGHTH GRADE -is l f- f ff ' Q.. ' , it -T. ' is . 10, .J 2 ,, JL f J . L. ff- J 1 - W ,g , VH titty, - Q... , "'2.'f7 Agni f 2 , W? , . ,. X , ' C .t.. ,K , ,. 1 HY . ,lx Va ,WW Melvin Armstrong, Letitia Blount, Beth Bon Durant, Florence Box, Donald Brothers, Deborah Bulliner, Betty Burch, Gloria Clark, Herbert Copeland, Bill Dunstan, Elenor Edwards, Gwen Evans, Eunice Fowler, Herman Freeman, Gail Goodwin, Maxine Harris, Nick Hilgert, John Jennette, Beth Jennings, Bobby Jones, Roscoe Lacy, Joan Letchworth, Yvonne Lowry, Ann McCabe, Edith Quidley, Jo Ann Roberts, Barbara Saw- yer, George Scott, James Squires, Art Stevens, W. A. Weeks, Dixie White, James White, Wayne Wilkinson, Frankie Wintree, 113 MRS. REEL'S ROOM - SEVENTH GRADE I 1: 'f W cl' 4' Q fi, G 'Q ff" M ws., l .w x fi ' . 1. J lll-- 'ffm-a'f: z fix. 'sf w. 74, 'l ,, f 1' 5 . Y 5-,fan ,ws - L 929 'Wh . n ., ,f ' -1: 'ma 5: -. l -. '- : ,,- 'gf f sl , 1523 ' K 'T 1 A E A K Nl . 5 '., X. L ' . 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TAYLOR'S ROOM - SEVENTH GRADE .QS 1?-gig if I X 5 Ilwlifi Marvin Armstrong, Clate Aydlett, Robert Beals, Billy Bell, Sallie Bette Bowers, Diane Bray, James Daven- port, Verna Dickerson, Ann Evans, David Gibbes, Delma Gibson, Obe Gibson, Frances Hackel, Robert Hare, Jimmn Hurdle, Joan Johnson, Harry Jones, Hattie Jones, Ernestine Lupton, Jean Morris, Donald Powell, Ray aby, Amy Randall, Bobby Roughton, Jerry Sawyer, Caroline Seelinger, George Seymore, Howard Simons, Betty Lou Speight, James Spruill, John Tatum, Carole Thompson, Virginia Vennel, Shirley White, Eleanor Yarborough. MRS. WlNDER'S ROOM - SEVENTH GRADE V, Izyl . ,.,, . 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QEA N IRC D TYQEEJZ D .ANZT ' A N T fy CX Q Q Q gg Q Q Q Q Q Q 5 Q Q Q e iz 122 PERRY MOTOR COMPANY Elizabeth and Martin Streets, Elizabeth City, N. C. Phone 4359 Chevrolet .4 -B il , CHEVROLET! If if-If SCOTT AND HALSTEAD Growers and Distributors CABBAGE - SNAP BEANS - POTATOES SWEET CORN -- SOY BEANS - MILLING CORN Phones 6993 - 799l Our Florida Plant Open January l5 to May l5 Telephone l30 HASTINGS, FLORIDA 123 Best Wishes CRYSTAL ICE ANXD ecoAl. CORPORATION I - Coal -- Kerosene - Fuel Oll - Gas I R b Y ICE C Id D k Ph 2591 C pl of FURNITURE-APPLIANCE DEALERS 124 ,V 'A wi? WMP? 44 5594-1 ,M 4:.Wf-.-if ,m cw 4 , M J, f -If ,W .qt , ,ff 5' f ' .MM V ww .V sf Q. if : WILLIS S. WRIGHT ROCHELLE AND SONS C L EAN ERS DODGE - PLYMOUTH Sales and Service Phone 2983 i v"l: jyfvm I 21 it - .V ww:-,,, N lrigmj N5 - 5 ' W! qqqi , , e,, A . I A M b I , Y .5 Q .4 f i 4. 1 "" W , . : 7 '- , ' I W. : V . " DAIRY MART -51, 2-A-g,,vQ gf I040 N. Road Street G A R R E T T Phone 4494 Elizabeth City, N. C. chicken in the not - shrimp in me sox H A R D W A R E Sandwiches - Sundaes - Shakes - Malts Call 4494 and Your Order Will Be Ready When You Arrive That amazing biology class! Don't forget that chemistry formula! Smile pretty! 9 , , 1 :ff 1 l V r fi s K , i 4 X y I l l ' 4 X A X " J ' i f T 'Ll-7, ' S ' QKZZQ' f '-1 f 0 " : 'Vg!,i.f L' :V Y L Those long awaited class rings Step lively, girls! Cheer, gang, cheer! Drink it all, Heywood! 3 H' Line of celebraties. 'I l r l 4 1 l 1 l l l in Q Q:a4'5'::ll ily! I A Wwkpqsgruicl' . T . ,onyx Q 4 fi fuf 5' if lil , V l 5 lf if Q f -A I. 7 f A 3 Q3 fi P' , . K v-vv VIV A 2 y h I 23.7 . - 5 THE FIRST AND CITIZENS NATIONAL BANK Elizabeth City, N. C. "THE ONLY NATIONAL BANK IN THE ALBEMARLE" Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation Federal Reserve System' ESTABLISHED I89I , , V Y fe x , 1: wi' ii A , l 4 . e e I 1 CULPEPPER HARDWARE CO S. Poindexter St. Phone 4329 iS"""""" Compliments of C O P E L A N D ' S BELK-TYLER CO. Confectionery and Grill Parsonage and Hughes Blvd. Phone 9877 "The Shopping Center" Elizabeth City, N. C. I I I I i I I I I , fi I 1 I I 3, CAROLINA "For The Best In Fun And Co. Fats, Gather Where The Gang Meets At" CAROLINA LOVE'S STATE T H E C I R C L E CENTER HHH-I Q? I .': '.. ..A, F UUWE L V I CU. :S 3 2 in W Qe-t I A - ,. . I a n A 74' 3 2 4 1 'ww W'-"----me ' 1 MWWWW1 fi W :I if " i f R eet ,I I - 'I ' AA 7f,ffi" ' ':" fgi ffii I mei , I, ei e et Q-Q21 , HOTEL MCDQWELL VIRGINIA DARE ' IIO Rooms - Modern - Fireproof I . Air-Conditioned Coffee Shop 24'Hour Wrecker Service Connecting Gnrnse Specializing in Body and Fender Work On Ocean Highway U. S. I7 Dial 2919 Ray S. Jones, Manager 128 ,,,...--" "W" - . E iq 5.9, is 5 U X ' G X J A ro EMIIITIW5 , J M X H I., 4 -wi OTIVE SLIUYU g ji-f2m:'9i'1f,3,5 aw - 'L . I ' ' 'K gb A .WWMLQZ ALBEMARLE AUTOMOTIVE AUTO Bonv AND SUPPLVIOSSQEI 'NC- 303-305 N. Water Sf. Phene 4377 Parts - Supplles - Shop Equipment ELIZABETH CITY, N. C. Compliments of ELIZABETH CITY BRICK CO. Phone 2965 W' H. BuiIder's Supplies COMPANY ELIZABETH CITY, N. C. ' v-1 CITY VULCANIZING COMPANY Distributor of 'i-fz,J GENERAL TIRES P E R R Y " P A I N 'r WMDA "AMES A N D 311 soufh me sneer GLASS ,,, 64,2 2,,, c o M P A N Y w o o D L E Y G L 0 B E G R 0 C E R Y I: I S H COMP-ANY COMPANY Distributors Wholesale Fresh Fish f Eli: b h c y N c KING FLAKE FLOUR Heartiest Congratulations To Senior Class of '54 PELL PAPER CO., INC. Elizabeth City, N. C. The MELlCK'S II3 S. Water Street Books - Bibles - Stationary Toys - Office Supplies School Supplies - Fancy Goods China - Westmoreland Glass Window Glass - Picture Framing THE DAILY ADVANCE The Daily Newspaper Of Albermale For Over 39 Years WILLIAMS FURNITURE CO. Furniture, Stoves and Rerfigerators 220-222 N. Poindexter Street Elizabeth City, N. C. Compliments of BtfE ythg HOOPER BROTHERS T C' I 54 Wholesale Paper and Office Supplies EUZABETH CITY V 9 D A " cl-:AMBER or coMMERcE EI b h Cty N C Compliments of RUCKER AND SH EELY COMPANY "Elizapeth City's Best Store" Specializing in LADIES READY-TO-WEAR GUARANTY BANK AND TRUST COMPANY Capital and Surplus Sl,800,000 Established l9Ol Mb fFdlDptIsur Cpt Ph 2798 Compliments of H O N EST JOH N PERRY TIRE STORE Goodyear Tires - Tubes - Batteries TOY HEADQUARTERS El b th St Elizabeth Cty N C Phone 6825 OVERMAN AND STEVENSON PRESCRIPTION Dkusclsrs 512 E M s zu b h c y N c Compliments of CITY MOTOR PARTS A-Q..-fy -no-an-up-..-e Maestro Russell tTony Bennett? l'm fr0m dOWr1 in the sticks! Doin' what comes natcherlyl ' I Hastnngs. r ,, , , 1 u W' . - A 1 xrgfxlq,-' 1. , pf ,fe 4 fa 'A r , -'f 4 5 ! aa a , , ,,,-V 1 W I Q Pile in boys! Aren't they strong? X , ' 2' 'fu G , 4 ,K - M W Ji., is-N 1 MM' fp rv. l -. f ri' My ,Y W , ph -- -at ., An . Pass the eraser! Care for a spot of tea? Fill it up to the brim. Gee, what slimy creatures! 133 t L. TH E APOTHECARY SHOP Compliments of TOXEY, BERRY, AND LYNCH A Rexall Drug Store FUNERAL HOME Compliments of G. C. CULPEPPER ELIZABETH AND SUBURBAN GAS CO. MOTOR COMPANY CADILLAC - OLDSMOBILE S I Cr S ALBEMARLE BUILDING AND LOAN ASSOCIATION LOANS - SAVINGS Compliments ot HOUTZ AND BARWICK 503 E Main St Elizabeth City N C D I 2786 Compliments of Compliments of SANDERS C0-' 'NC' A. B. Hou'rz AND soN Mill, Marine and Plumbing Supplies Mt Mlm dFd McPHERSON BOTTLING DAVENPORT MOTORS COMPANY Your LINCOLN-MERCURY Dealer msn coLA 7-UP ORANGE CRUSH u 4 c o I 4355 EIbhCyNC Eh gh S E dd GRANTS ELIZABETH CITY FREEZER LOCKER R. C. ABBOTT CO. Elizabeth City, N. C. JOHN DEERE FAKMING IMPLEMENTS FORT RALEIGH RESTAURANT Sea Food and Sizzling Western Stea "0 Specialty" rn 4338 4337 E M 5 1000 Watts CENTRAL RESTAURANT "The Best in Seafood I I "The Best in Sizzling Steaks" ' Program Schedlllt WE THANK YOU FOR YOUR PATRONAGE . i soo On Your Dm L G Fl I Compliments of JENNETTES MEN's CLOTHING Compliments of KENYON BAILEY Conrgatulations to the Senior Class of '54 HOME BEAUTIFUL Compliments of OWEN'S BARBER SHOP Best wishes to the Senior Class of '54 HOOPER TILE COMPANY Compliments of MIDGETT INSURANCE CO. VICKERY ELECTRIC CO. Phone 6869 MANN'S NASH SALES AND SERVICE USED AUTO PARTS - WE BUY WRECKS W. Broad St. Phone 2I48 Compliments of GEORGE COX, TAILOR DR. J. W. SELIG orromemsr Compliments of COLONIAL CLEANERS Compliments of WHALEY FURNITURE CO. Elizabeth City, N. C. B. F. GOODRICH ECONOMY AUTO SUPPLY 6I3 E. Main St. Motorola Television Trade at CADER HARRIS fr SON "The Friendly Store" Gives You More For Your Money RIGGS MUSIC COMPANY Records - Record Players - Radios IO7 N. McMorrin Street Compliments of CHESSON'S MAN UFACTURI NG CO. .lACOCK'S PHARMACY "You're Always Welcome at Walgreen's Compliments of OWENS' SHOE STORE SOUTHERN LOAN 8' INSURANCE CO Carolina Building Main Street Elizabeth City, N. C. Phone 5991 Compliments of POWDER PU FF Compliments of MERIT SHOES 514 W. Main St. Elizabeth City, N. C Thank you for this privilege of being your florist CLARA-ANN FLORISTS Please call on us when any occasion calls for flowers Compliments of AYDLETT'S PRODUCTS CO. H lLL'S CON FECTIONARY Pet Ice Cream Magazines-Newspapers-Sundries-Kodak Supply PAUL BRADSHAW JEWELER Bulova - Elgin - Hamilton Watches DIANA'S GIFT SHOP ll0 E. Main St. A Gift for Every Occasion Compliments of CAROLINA COFFEE SHOP HORACE LYNCH MON UMENTS Compliments of JONES DISTRIBUTING CO. "Always Ready" THE BOYS AT THE FIRE DEPARTMENT RUSSELL 5' HOLMES SHOES "Where Shopping is a Pleasure" J. C. PENNEY CO., INC. Elizabeth City's iNewest Department Store Compliments of Compliments of SOUTHERN HOTEL BARBER SHOP PIPKIN Er REID SHEET METAL SHOP Compliments of MILES .IENNINGS Best Wishes THE SOUTHERN PIG Compliments of COMSTOC K'S Compliments of WILLIAMS CLEANERS PENNY-JONES MOTOR CO., INC. DESOTO - PLYMOUTH 329 N. Poindexter Street Phone 2979 Elizabeth City, N. C. Compliments of COZY GRILL Compliments of SAWYER COMPANY Compliments to SENIORS OF '54 SINGER SEWING CENTER Compliments of TURNER'S SODA SHOP Compliments of ATLANTIC DISCOUNT CORPORATION Compliments of NATIONAL CLEANERS Compliments of THE ALBEMARLE SPORTS SHOP Compliments of WEEK'S MOTOR COMPANY Compliments of KRAMER BROTHERS CO., INC. Lumber and Mill Work ELIZABETH CITY JEWELER ASSOCIATION SHERWIN-WILLIAMS PAINTS Compliments of OXENA NEWSSTAND W. C. N. C. Compliments of JOHN F. BOWERS, District Manager JEFFERSON STANDARD LIFE INSURANCE SUPPORT YOUR STUDENT COUNCIL STORE Compliments of Compliments of SUNDRY SHOP CONTINENTAL GRAIN CO, VIRGINIA DARE AUTO SERVICE U.S. Tires - Batteries -- Accessories Dial 5889 Elizabeth City, N. MAIN STREET GULF SERVICE THE HOUSE OF HURDLES FABRIC CENTER PILOT LIFE INSURANCE JACKSON'S SHOE REPAIR JAMES SHOE REPAIR D. WALTER HARRIS JOE LAMB LAMM'S SANDWICH SHOP THOMAS CRANK FISH MARKET NU-QUALITY JERRY SANDWICH SHOP McCLELLAN'S CARTWRIGHT BAKERY PAPPENDICK'S MARKET THE NEW FOWLER STORE 'L Xl ,1 Our Favorite Librarians Did He Make The Beekef? l a Who Con Jump The Highest? Oh, He Mode Me Fall! 3 Hove A Piece Of Coke? The Hearty Workers 7111155 The Four Aces Of E. C. H. AS. The Beautiufl Faces Of Ye OI' School 140 fq ,-L Bl., 1 ' I lf R " ' rl L' i-'i7i""'i X li 4- - .4 -,,.3 I , ' 5 if I I Ag ' e xx . V' -5: 5 1 " 4 .1 ,. I . at , , A , "fi f W , ' 1 E Mifla, 151 I' if 'iz 5 We V ,. fi MILDRED'S FLORIST SHOPPE Phone 5590 AMBROSE FURNITURE COMPANY South Road Street M - ' l ' ' ' ff ' .lwlddvlrl will 1532. E nt Qi: A .,,, '- my LPA ,,-- - Q , CULPEPPER WHA,-EY,s Moron co. 412-420 Elizabeth Street Elizabeth City, N. C. Dial 4331 141 X ROYAL CROWN COLA Best By Taste Test WARD AND SON 310-I2 S. Pool Street Congratulations to the Senior Class of '54 ASKEW AND SONS ALBEMARLE LAUNDRY Quality Dry cleaners-Laundefefs Elizabeth cafy, N. c. Dial 2498 CAROLINA PRINTING COMPANY Designers and Makers of DISTINCTIVE PRINTING Elizabeth City, N. C. Phone 5792 Compliments of MARTIN'S DECORATING SHOP Compliments of Enjoy The Safety, Economy , And Elizabeth City Convenience of Our Buses "RlDE THE BUS AND SAVE" ELIZABETH CITY BUS LINES WORKS, INC. fu. bfff'ff" SENIOR STATISTICS Joyce Ann Alston-Band I, 25 Chief Marshal 35 Na- tional Honor Society 3, 45 Junior Play 35 Library Staff 3, 45 Spotlight Club I5 F.T.A. 3, 45 Class Treas. 45 S. C. Committee I, 2, 3, 4. Shirley Rae Ammeen-Band I, 2, 3, 45 Girls' Athletic Association I5 Music Appreciation I5 Travel Club 3. June Anita Anderson-Glee Club 45 Dramatic Club 2, 35 Audio-Visual Club 35 Girls' Athletic Association I, 25 Spotlight Club I. Peter Paul Ashton, Jr.-Band I, 25 Football 3, 45 Base- ball 2, 3, 45 Monogram Club 2, 3, 45 Class Treas. I5 Class V. Pres. 45 Student Council 4. Shirley Jean Askew-Editor-in-Chief, SPOTLIGHT 45 Loudspeaker Staff 25 Dramatic Club I5 Music Apprecia- tion 3, 45 Spotlight Club I5 F.T.A. 45 Home Room Treas. I, 25 Press Club 2. Edward Watson Baker-Weeksville High School I5 Band 2, 3, 45 Hi-Y 45 Dramatic Club 25 Safety Patrol 2, 35 Music Appreciation, V. Pres. 35 Speech Club 32 Home Room Sec. 45 Sr. Science Club 4. Janet Gaynor Basnight-Glee Club 2, 3, 45 Tri-Hi-Y 3, 45 National Honor Society 3, 45 Home Room Secretary I, 25 President 35 Student Council 3, 4. Doris Erlene Beals-Glee Club I, 2, 3, 4, TFSOS- 42 Trl' Hi-Y 3, 45 Sr. Commercial Club 3, 4, Pres. 45 Audio- Visual 25 G.A.A. I5 Travel Club 35 Home Room Pres. I5 Student Council 2, 3. John Harry Bell, Jr.-Band I, 25 Dramatic Club 2, 35 Junior Play Staff 35 Key Club 2, 3, 45 Class Pres. 21 Class V. Pres. 35 Home Room Pres. 4. Helen Bray-Commercial Club 35 Basketball 35 Mono- gram 45 Girls' Athletic Association, V. Pres. 25 Travel Club 25 Future Homemakers of America I. Carrie Yvonne Cartwright-National Honor Society 3, 4, Chaplain 45 Marshal 35 Library Staff 3, 45 Future Homemakers of America I5 Student Council I, 4. Eloise Castellow-Spotlight Staff 45 Audio-Visual I5 Basketball 2, 35 Monogram 2, 3, 4, Pres. 45 Cheerlead- er 45 Girls' Athletic Association, Pres. 2. George Taylor Cole, Jr.-Audio-Visual 2, 3, 45 Key Club 35 Science Club 4. Dorcas Ann Cox-Monogram Club 45 Cheerleader I, 45 Girls Athletic Association 2, 35 Travel Club I, 45 Fu- ture Teachers of America I. Walter Ralph Cox, Jr.-Hi-Y 3, 45 Treas. 45 Home Treas. 4. Charles Richard Darling-Hi-Y 45 Jr. Play Staff 35 Foot- ball 2, 3, 45 Co-Captain 45 J. V. Football I5 Basket- ball 2, 3, 45 Golf Team 3, 45 Baseball I, 25 Monogram Club I, 2, 3, 45 Safety Patrol I, 2, 3,45 F.T.A. 25 Class Pres. 45 H. R. Treas. 35 Office Staff 4. Dora Angeline Davis-Williamston High I, 25 Rober- sonville High 35 Library Staff I, 2, 35 Commercial Club 45 Junior Science Club 2. Lemuel Leslie Davis, Jr.-Boys' Glee Club 55 Band 2, 3, 45 Audio-Visual I5 Music Appreciation 3. Robert Baker Davis-Audio-Visual 35 Debates 25 Key Club 3, 45 Speech Club I, 2, 3, 4, Treasurer I5 Home Room V. Pres. 2. Frances Marie Dukes-Glee Club I, 2, 3, 45 Travel I, 45 Future Homemakers of America 2 ,35 Tri-Hi-Y 4. Ronald Clay Etheridge-Audio-Visual 45 J. V. Football 35 Basketball 35 Monogram Club 45 Travel Club 4. Barbara Jean Finney-National Honor Society 3, 45 Junior Play Staff 35 Commercial Club 35 Monogram 3, 45 Cheerleader 3, 4, Head Cheerleader 45 Future Home- makers of America I5 Office Staff 4. Robert Caleb Gilden-Audio-Visual 2, 45 Basketball 3, 45 Junior Varsity 25 Monogram Club 3, 45 Travel Club 45 Spotlight Club I. Joanne Weekes Gill-Band I, 2, 3, 4, Treas. 3, 45 Jr. Play Staff 35 G.A.A. I, 3, Sec.-Treas. 35 Class Sec. I5 Sr. Science Club 4. Freida Auner Gray-Band I, 25 Girls Athletic Associa- tion I. Ruby Mae Gray-Glee Club I, 25 Spotlight 35 Office Staff 3, 4. Fred Lindley Haney, Jr.-Glee Club I5 Band I, 2, 3, 45 Loudspeaker Staff I, 25 Dramatic Club 35 Jr. Play Staff and cast 35 Safety Patrol 35 Key Club 3, 45 Music Ap- preciation 2, 35 Travel Club 35 Sr. Science Club 4. Clarence Russell Hastings-Hi-Y, Pres. 45 Baseball I, 2, 3, 45 Monogram Club I, 2, 3, 45 Travel Club I, 2, 35 Home Room V. Pres. 45 Student Council 4. Janet Marie Hill-Band I, 2, 3, 45 Jr. Play Staff 35 Jr. Commercial Club Pres. 35 Music Appreciation 35 Spot- light Club I5 F.T.A. 45 Tri-Hi-Y 3, 4, V. Pres. 45 Home Room Sec. I5 Student Council 3, 45 Sr. Science Club 4. David Thomas Hodges-Audio-Visual 3, 45 Junior Var- sity Football 45 Basketball 45 Travel Club 4. Elizabeth Jennette Houtz-Band I, 2, 35 Spotlight Staff 2, 35 Tri-Hi-Y 3, 45 Jr. Play Staff 35 Spotlight Club 2, 35 F.T.A. 2, 35 Class Sec. 45 Home Room V. Pres. 35 Student Council 3, 4. Heywood Barron Houtz-Glee Club I5 Band I, 2, Drum Major 25 Spotlight Staff I, 2, 35 Jr. Play cast 35 Debator I, 2, 35 Monogram Club 2, 3, 45 Key Club 2, 3, 4, V. Pres. 35 Spotlight Club 35 Student Council I, 2, 3, 4, Pres. 45 Golf Team I, 2, 3, 45 Boys' State 3. Joan Anetta Ireland-Roosevelt High I, 2, 35 Dramatic Club 25 Home Room Treas. 4. Nell Baxter Jackson-Band I, 25 Dramatic Club I, 25 Jr. Play Cast 35 Commercial Club 35 G.A.A. I, 25 Art Club 35 Home Room Pres. 25 Student Council 3, 4. David Lister Jennette-Glee Club I, 2, 3, 4, Pres. 35 National Honor Society 3, 4, Pres. 45 Jr. Play Cast 35 Key Club 2, 3, 45 Class Pres. I5 Student Council 3, 4. Mary Closs Jennette-Band 2, 3, 45 Tri-Hi-Y 3, 45 Dra- matic Club 35 Commercial Club 35 F.T.A. 45 Home Room Sec. 3. Norma Faye Jewell-Glee Club I, 2, 3, 45 Commercial I5 Speech Club I. Arvin Kay Jones-Glee Club I, 2, 3, 45 National Honor Society 3, 45 Dramatic Club 25 Jr. Play Cast 35 Mono- gram Club 2, 3, 45 Cheerleader 2, 3, 45 G.A.A. I, 2, 3 Treas. 25 F.T.A. 45 Home Room Sec. 2. I Vivian Campen Jordan-Band I, 2, 3, 4, Majorette 5 4 Tri-Hi-Y 3, 4, Treas. 45 Dramatic Club I, 2, Treas. I5 Sec. 25 Jr. Play Cast 35 Commercial Club 35 G.A.A. I, 25 F.T.A. 45 Home Room Sec. 45 Student Council 3, 4. Charles Lafayette Langley-Loudspeaker Staff 35 Hi-Y 45 Dramatic Club 35 J. V. Football 35 Basketball 3, 45 PreIss4CIub 35 Golf Team 45 Sr. Science 45 Safety Pa- tro . Isabella Faye Lupton-Glee Club I, 2, 35 Spotlight Staff 45 Tri-Hi-Y 3, 45 Office Staff 4. Selma Anne Markham-Spotlight Staff 3, 4, Business Manager 45 Tri-Hi-Y 45 Jr. Play Staff 35 Sr. Commer- cial Club 45 Travel Club 35 Spotlight Club 35 Student Council 4. Elizabeth Mayes McFatter-Spotlight Staff 45 Loud- speaker Staff I, 25 Tri-Hi-Y 3, 45 National Honor So- ciety 3, 45 Marshal 35 Dramatic Club 25 Jr. Play Staff 35 Commercial Club, Treas. 45 Basketball 35 Mono- gram Club 35 G.A.A. 35 Student Council 45 Internation- al Relations 4. ,, SENIOR STATISTICS George Anderson Meads-Dramatics Club 2, 3, Jr. Play Staff 3, Football Manager 2, 3, 4, Monogram Club 2, 3, 4, Home Room Treas. 3. Minta Annette Meggs-Glee Club I, 2, Spotlight Staff 4, Future Homemakers of America 2. Phyllis Augusta Meiggs-Glee Club I, 2, Spotlight Staff 4, Tri-Hi-Y 3, 4, Art Club 3, Future Homemakers of America 2. Patricia Ann Melson-Band I, 2, 3, 4, Tri-Hi-Y 3, 4, National Honor Society 3, 4, Marshal 3, Dramatic Club Sec. I, Jr. Play Cast 3, Debator I, 2, 3, 4, Music Ap- preciation 2, Speech Club Pres. 2, Class Pres. 3, H. R. Pres. I, 4, Student Council 2. Paul Glenn Miller, Jr.-Audio-Visual I, 2, 3, Football 2, 3, Baseball 4, Monogram Club 2, 3, Treas. 2, H.R.V. Pres. I, Student Council 4, Sr. Science Club 4, Office Staff 3, 4. Cosby Jones Morgan-Jr. Play Staff 3, Audio-Visual I, Football 4, J. V. Football 2, Monogram 4, Key Club 3, 4, Travel Club 2, F.T.A. 3, 4, Safety Patrol 4, Science Club 4, Office Club 4. Glenn Ray Morgan-Audio-Visual I, 2, 3. Dartchie Donvillie Morse-Travel 3, Photographer Club I. Rita Irene Munden-Band I, 2, 3, 4, National Honor Society 3, 4, Dramatic Club 2, Jr. Play Staff 3, Music Appreciation I, F.T.A. 3, 4, H. R. Treas. I, Sec. 2, Student Council 3, 4. Mary Frances Murrell-Glee Club 3, 4, Pres. 4, Band I, 2, Spotlight Staff 4, Tri-Hi-Y 4, Dramatic Club I, 2, Commercial Club 4, G.A.A. 2, 3, Travel Club I, Stu- dent Council 4, Sr. Science Club 4. Frances Carolyn Newbern-Band I, 2, 3, 4, Dramatic Club 2, 3, Jr. Play Staff 3, Commercial Club 4, Bas- ketball 2, Monogram Club 2, 3, 4, G.A.A. I, 2, 3, Student Council 4, Sr. Science Club 4. Macon LeRoy Nixon, Jr.-Band I, 2, 3, 4, Captain 4, Speech Club 3, H. R. Pres. 3. Herman Worth Olds, Jr.-Audio-Visual I, 2, Sr. Sci- ence Club 4. Naomi Virginia O'Neal-Glee Club I, 2, Tri-Hi-Y 3, 4, Sec. 4, National Honor Society 3, 4, Sec. 4, Dramatic Club I, Speech Club 3, F.T.A. I, 3, 4, Student Coun- cil 3. Doris May Onley-Glee Club 4, Dramatic Club 4, G.A.A. 3' Music A reciation I' S otli ht Club I, 1 PP 1 P Q F.T.A. 4, H.R. Sec. I, V. Pres. 4, Student Council 3, 4. Mary Sylvia Owens-Band I, 2, 3, 4, Tri-Hi-Y 4, Dra- matic Club 2, Jr. Play Staff 3, Travel Club 3, Spot- light Club 2, Sr. Science Club 4. Morris Shadie Perry-Dramatic Club 2, Library Staff 4, Commercial Club 3, Football 2, 3, 4, J. V. Football I, Monogram Club 2, 3, 4, Co-Captain 4, H.R. V. Pres. 4. Billy Edward Potter-Glee Club I, Band I, 2, 3, 4, Dramatic Club I, Audio-Visual I, 2, Basketball Man- ager I, J. V. Basketball I, Music Appreciation I, Stu- dent Council I. Richard Eugene Poulos-Audio-Visual I, 2, 3, 4, Foot- ball 2, 3, J. V. Football I, Monogram Club 2, 3, 4' Travel Club 2, 3, 4, V. Pres. 4, Safety Patrol 3, 4. Jean 0'Berry Raby-Travel Club 2, 3, 4, Future Home- makers of America I. Frances Anita Riggs-H. R. V. Pres. I, Office Staff 4. Martha Ann Rochelle-Band I, 2, 3, 4, Head Maiorette 4, National Honor Society 3, 4, Marshal 3, Dramatic Club I, 2, Pres. 2, Jr. Play Staff 3, G.A.A. 3, Music 1 Appreciation 4, Spotlight Club I, F.T.A. 4, H. R. V. Pres. 2, Pres. 3, Student Council I, 2, 3, 4. Al Cader Roughton--Audio-Visual 2, 3. Charlene Wilma Schroeder-Glee Club 2, 3, Tri-Hi-Y 3, 4, Commercial Club 3, 4, G.A.A. 2, 3. Susie Jane Seymore-Tri-Hi-Y 3, 4, Basketball 2, Mon- ogram 2, 3, 4, G.A.A. 3, F.H.A. I, 2, 3, V. Pres. 3, Girls State 3. Thomas James Sfetsos-J. V. Football I, 2, Travel Club I. William Alfred Simmons-Band 3, 4, Hi-Y 3, 4, V. Pres. 4, National Honor Society 3, 4, Marshal 3, Com- mercial Club 3, Sr. Science Club 4. Charles Maurice Sioussat, ll-Spotlight Staff 4, Hi-Y 4, H. R. Sec. 2, Photograph Club I. John Carroll Smith-Glee Club I, 2, 3, 4, National Honor Society 3, 4, V. Pres. 4, Jr. Play Staff 3, Key Club, 2, 3, 4, Pres. 3, Class V. Pres. 2, H. R. Pres. I, Student Council 2, Safety Patrol 4. James Clifton Stallings, Jr.-Glee Club I, 3, Band I 2, 3, 4, Jr. Play Staff 3, Library Staff 4, Key Club 3 4, H. R. V. Pres. I, Student Council 2, Safety Patrol 4. I I Wesley Howard Toler-Library Staff 4, Audio-Visual 2, Football 3, 4, J. V. Football 2, Baseball 2, 3, ' Monogram 3, 4, Art Club 4, Travel Club I, 2. I, 4, Woodrow Wilson Vennel, ll-National Honor Society 3, 4, Treas. 4, Dramatic Club 3, H. R. V. Pres. 3, Student Council 4, Sr. Science Club 4. Bernice Yvonne Vickrey-Glee Club I, 2, 3, 4, V. Pres. 4, National Honor Society 3, 4, Marshal 3, Dramatic Club 2, Music Appreciation I, Spotlight Club I, Class Sec. 3, H. R. Treas. 2, Pres. 4, Student Council I, 3, Girls' State 3. Catherine Elizabeth White-Glee Club 2, 3, Spotlight Staff 4, Tri-Hi-Y 3, 4, Chaplain 4, Jr. Play Staff 3, Commercial Club 3, 4, Office Staff 4. Marjorie Sylvia Wilder-Band I, 2, 3, 4, Majorette 4, Jr. Play Staff 3, Commercial Club 3, G.A.A. I, 2, 3, H. R. Treas. I, 3, 4, Sec. 4, Student Council 2, 3, 4. Douglas Hollis Williams-Glee Club 3, Library Staff 4, Commercial Club 3, Football I, Baseball 3, 4, Mono- gram Club 3, 4, Travel Club 2. Frank Webb Williams, Jr.-Glee Club I, 3, V. Pres. 3, Band I, 2, Jr. Play Staff 3, Golf Team 3, 4, Music Appreciation, Pres. 2, Speech Club 2, Class Treas. 2, H. R. V. Pres. 2, Safety Patrol 4. Anne Elizabeth Winslow-Glee Club I, 2, 3, 4, Tri- Hi-Y 3, 4, Pres. 4, National Honor Society 3, 4, Dra- matic Club I, 2, Pres. I, Jr. Play Staff 3, Spotlight Clubi I, 2, H. R. Sec. I, Pres. 2, Sec 3, Student Coun- cil 3, 4, Treas. 4. William Lee Winslow, Jr.-Glee Club I, 2, 3, 4, Band I, 2, 3, 4, Drum Major 3, -4, Jr. Play Staff 3, Library Staff 4, Key Club 2, 3, 4, Sec. 3, H. R. Sec. I, Student Council 4. Leonard Francis Winslow, Jr.-Hi-Y 3, 4, Chaplain 4, Library Staff 4, J. V. Football 2, Travel Club I, 2, 3, 4, Student Council 4. Loretta Faye Winslow-Glee Club I, 2, 3, 4, Spotlight Staff 4, Tri-Hi-Y 4, Dramatic Club I, 2, 3, 4, Jr. Play Cost 3, G.A.A. I, 2, 3, H. R. V. Pres. I, Student Coun- cil 3, Librarian 3, 4. Edward Kline Zimrnerrnan-Glee Club I, 2, 3, Band I, 2, 3, Jr. Play Staff 3, Key Club 3, 4, Sec. 4, Sr. Sci- ence Club 4, V. Pres. 4. ,272 Q! AMA! GR U O A gyibi gift? Jax. a L 'NNN NL J V A m'S7f"R11 -- ff'-ffw ' ,L . , L . ,,, , ., fx,,. ,g., 5- X' , if , . Q, , .., 1 FUN '12 :V 'X' '- "".' 1. '51 :f y t ?'i' 3.7153 US , N4 f 3 I 1 ,1. 4 , r V L - X-J 1 U. r 41 I x ,1 W , W, R, . f N, L. F 1 L V 1 ,. L. 5 1 I L 1. 2 if , . 4 1 5 3 1 i c. H is fs 1- J 1 !. 5 5 5 H V, 1. 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