Elm City High School - Bear Trap Yearbook (Elm City, NC)

 - Class of 1953

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Ui 'fffx KSA I3 E764 Z9 M55 Pr d by THE SENIOR CLASS f ELM CITY I-HGH SCHOOL J Q11 ' Af'-. -rf' B J fg 1 A 8 3 i 51, 0 JJ .7 xxx' X9 r E ' 1-in lf, f'3 rf X S r N 1 'f-"Q CONTENTS TITLE PAGE TABLE OF CONTENTS DEDICATION FOREWORD FACULTY SCHOOL DAY BEAR TRAP STAFF SENIORS CLASS HISTORY SENIOR FAVORITES LAST WILL AND TESTAMENT CLASS PROPHECY IUNIORS SOPHOMORES FRESHMEN SUB-FRESHMEN FEATURES ORGANIZATIONS SPORTS ADVERTISEMENTS ,K 5- si' -Ei f'x - P ,- I ff N Ii 3 M' " U2 D d' aiia Unaffectedness, conscientiousness, modesty and loving kind- ness, characterize Mrs. Leta Hedgepeth, The members of the Senior Class of 1953 who were fortunate enough to have spent a year in her classroom well remember her interest, encouragement and pride in their acco mplishme nts and progress. She was not only a teacher but also a friend and a counselor who inspired the class members to do their best. Her interest in the students was not limited to school alone but was carried over to the activities of the home, the church, and the community. We, the Senior Class of 1953, dedicate this edition of the Bear Trap to Mrs. Hedgepeth in recognition of her quiet eminence as a woman, a friend, and a teacher. ff-"i If K . -"""'w-., if f , "Witty fa x 375- A' L 5 s ,-,wekiliggffiv Z a a me M- , Avril? s f ' W WM gareufv d The sound of happy voices from children at play may remind you of the days you spent in high school, This tree, which is the sentinel to our play ground, could tell many tales of happiness it had the gift of speech. May this edition of the Bear Trap serve as a sentinel to your memory of the classroom activities, the social events, and the thrilling athletic contests which filled the span of years that you spent in the Elm City High School. Q '-V I f f l MIS LARA BASS C French History MR. c.L. BATTEN N.c. Stateg B,s, Agriculture MR, P,1'. FUGATE ,ij V r, F75 'fi 'P Supt. Elm City Graded Schools Roanoake Collegeg A.B, Columbis Un. Graduate Study U.N.C. Graduate Study MISS BARBARA LEWIS W.C.U. N.C. Certificate in Accounting Secretary MISS VELMA BLAND E. C. C. 2 B. S. Social Studies English 7, -x S ,M J C .fgj nz' Y an ,t,,.. f - ll A fry , ' .5 MR. W,R. BEAMAN, JR, A.C.C.: A.B. English Social Studies A. ,l, . 14 ,m,m.u,:vw.w,tn.'.v. m:nx..'.uwunv.nnus,unm-l.:.f,.1v1ma-:wmv 9 'Pi I -Lf J kv' . -2 f I f, 772 2JQ'iAv'j4,w7 ll' " 5,5 I 'I If j ,,f' IW'- LJ W ' 45' Miss SUE A. BOYKIN W.C.U.N.C.Q B.S. Home Economics MRS, HELEN M, SIMPSON E.C.C.: A.B. English MRS, SADIE M. BRASWELL Dukeg A,B, Mathematics MRS. EDITH L. SKINNER E. C. C. Q B. S. Business Education English MRS, IEANETTE C, FARMER W.C.U.N.C.: B.S. Science Q I uv, 7.31 'W . Af-g,La,,,-kagg, MRS, LILLIAN P, SKINNER A,S,T.C,, Library Science E.C.C.: A.B. MR. LT. ODOM U.N.C.: A.B.: M.A. Social Studies Physical Education Coach MRS, LOUISE G, WINSTEAD W.C.U.N.C.: 3.3. Music lt's really very simple, class! Attention, Please! Ah! Saved by the 3:20 bell. Open those mouths, boys! SCHCOL Better get back! It might explode. Get in line, please! Miss Bass brings the Seniors up to date about the Election. Y Position. . . go! Oh, no! Not hot dogs again! Food and conversation! fm W ,, ,wb BETSY WELLS CYNTHIA MARIANNE ROT H DAVIS MARY ANN JOAN BRASWELL KATHRYN WINSTEAD DICKIE Ed1tor-1n-Ch1ef GERALD WALSTON DON IO ANNE PRIDGEN CRUMPLER EDWARDS GLADIOLA I OYNER CUYLER FARMER GREENE RAEFORD FLOW ERS , M f 1 4, V M M ff xv! Q" If j fa' W 42 'Y J Z 1 1 ww 1 ww. -. vw 144 WAN, ff l ,g41w,47!Jj..A4 L1 SENIOR OFFICERS A-ri JACK IOBE ------------------------- President RAEFORD FLOWERS - - - - Vice President CYNTHIA ROTH - - - ---- Secretary JO ANNE CRUMPLER - - - - - Treasurer ,V , ww- V' v,- XML . .,,, we ,,.. CLASS MOTTO Follow your honest con , ww V fp V fr? victions, and be strong s r '- , 5.337 YW!! W-GQ MQ CLASS FLOWER Yellow Rose CLASS COLORS Black and Gold SENIOR SPONSORS MRS. IEANETTE FARMER MISS VILMA BLAND LESTER JEAN BATCHELOR Transferred from High School, Florence, S.C.g Stu , dent Council 1, Safety Patrol 1, 3, Class Officer 2,45 Cheerleader 3,45 Beta Club 3, 4g Officer 3: Chorus 3, 45 Bear Hi Staff 33 FFA Sweetheart 33 4-H Club 2. MARY ANN BRASWELL Band 1, 2, 3,4, Officer 2, 35 Basketball 1, 2, 33 Safety Patrol 2, Cheerleader 3, 4, Beta Club 3,,4g Bear Trap staff 4- Chorus 1,2,3,j7, Accompanist 1,2,3,4. dx N Wk gy My 1 ILL: 4. f-if 3,5 J ' " Lui,-gif,i",1.s,,-r,,1.!7,C ..fI,ui..e -jg, f if , , Xa J A' VHA' Cell fuel l MA ,ill-fm.'CTl,Q,Li,fQf,1,'i,.4,Kk:,,f,'l"-U :Lili ,Q DONALD wooDsoN CARTER .Law-oil' wud MARIANNE DAVIS L Transferred from Franklinton N C 2 Cflsorus 2 3 4 horus 1, 2, 3,44 Beta Club 3,4, FHA 1, 2, Safety Fa-'7 Football 3 4 ,77 ,trol 1, 45 Bear Hi Staff 31 Bear Trap Staff 4, Class Jyljf Jpfficer 3,4. IO ANNE CRUMPLER ESTHER MARIE DAWES Chorus 1 2 3 4 Student Counc1l2 3 A ff ,4 FHA 1,2,3,4g Safety Patrol 1,2,3,4, 4-H Club 1,2 1 1 A ' 4 , f I f lj I if .f g 1 'vw 1.49 5" L' ,f f I Inv 4,-'fl .54 ,z .-'A' ' .' 437, Q ,I , Ji, rv' . ,quill-V f , , " -9' ,H 1" if , ' A-. 3 xi w Q ' .. 4, 'Ga 4 safest? MELVIN IEAN DIXON Class Officer l, 2, 4-H Club l, 2, Chorus 1, 2, 3,4, Safety Patrol l, 2, 3, Bear Hi Staff 3, Ensemble 4, JO ANN FLOWERS Band l, 2, 3, 4, Chorus 4, 4-H Club 2, 3, Basketball 2, 3, Beta Club 3,4, Cheer- leader 3, Class Officer 3, A . 'Fudd' 1109! ffm U A if JS rw 1, , 1 1, lx RJ J aj' V' ,kwa If Ury. Q iff A JOAN DORIS EDWARDS Class Officer l, 2, 3, 4, Beta Club 3,4, Officer 3,4, Safety Patrol l, Bear Trap Staff 4, Bear Hi Staff 3, Chorus l, 2, 3,4, Officer 3, CUYLER MCCOY FARMER HORACE GLENN FLORA FFA l, 2, 3, 4, Bear Hi Staff FFA l 2 3 4 Officer 3 3, Bear Trap Staff 4, 4-H Football 3 4 Club 1, Chorus l, 2, 3,4, Quartet 3, Baseball 3,4, Ensem le 4, .ff , we 'V J 6 .ji tes ' 'I RAEFORD LEE FLOWERS JAMES EVERETT FREEMAN ROBERT LEON GAY Transferred from Rock Transferred from Coopers 2 FFA 1 2 Officer l 2 Foot Ridge 2, Class Officer 4, FFA 1, 2, Officer l, 4-H ball 3 4 Beta Club 3 4 FFA 1, 2, Bear Trap Staff 4, Club 1, Student Council 2 3 Class Officer 4 :I i 4' HL, Yi 21 Cb 7 A fs 7 J ' 1'-W, Lb , 111, Bus Driver 4, o R43 Ly UA '4 1, ' , JJ 3 , ' w 4 lx A ,X U ', A", If JL lf lx 1 , J V Y aj Atl .Q . y I x QS l n RICHARD DOUGLAS GREENE A ' Baseball 1,2,3,4' Basketball 2,3,4g FFA 1,2, ,4y-y ' 1 'Z my W W my xi Officer 2, 3,4g 4-H Club 1, 2, srudem Council 4.,f Ona wal 'E ficer 4, Class Officer 1, Bear Trap Stafftfla A lf , 1 . If A ' f , l 1' I f A 1 ,Y g? . lf , mg , , J? if lf' Q X lr: MARVIN EUGENE HAWLEY A 1, V51 FFA 1, 2, 3, 4, Football 2, 3, 4. fs ,. , ' " A 1,3 '-P, ff.. ,Q,a-fgys,f7A -'S 14,1-rf I-J., , SQ? I 'ef Ay. 'L' fl W 1 -sf' 1' ' K-an ' cf - " L' , J. , - 11" 2-7 -16 ,,?1,,J7::-y41yffv,4s.f 94" ,J , f , 1. 1 J. ROBERT EARL IOBE A FFA 1,23 Baseball 1.2. 3,4, Beta Club 3,fE0ofba11 3, 43 Bus Driver 3, 4, Class Officer 3, 4, Bear Hi Staff 3. v if 7 ,f'fgQ!f" fy' lf , ,XM , 'jr-J r. y rf 1 X V if LAXXWI CHARLES THOMAS JOHNSON Band 1,2,3,4g Chorus 1,24 4-H Club 1,2,3, FFA 1, 2, 3,4g Baseball 1.2. N , ,MF MYRA PAULA HAYES 4-H Club lg Chorus 1,2,3,4g FHA 1,2,3,4g Safety Patrol 1,2,3,4. U ,9 ' X l ,, ,, I Y If 0 MILDRED LOIS JENKINS FHA 1, 2,33 Chorus 1,2.3,4: 4-H Club 1,25 Safety eg Patrol 1, 2, 3, 4. GLADIOLA IOYNER Bear Hi Staff 33 Bear Trap Staff 4, FHA 1, 2, Chorus 1, 2, 3,43 4-H Club 1, 2, 3,45 Safety Patrol 1, 2, 3, 4. f ' ' If -V 0 5-, l'Gaf,g,,,,g,:6 4,59-' ' sf BOBBY LEE LANCASTER ,A5F?QiaW,Q?Tffl' Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4, chorus Ili,-3iB'i4E'1f7H'C1l'E.b,1'fClass Officer 1, 2,4g Bear Hi Staff 3. ELLA REE LANGLEY ' ROBERT WINSTEAD O'BRYANT 4-H Club lg Chorus 1, 2, 3,4g Safety Patrol 1, 2, 3,4, 4-H Club 1, FFA 1, 2, 3, Bus Driver 3,4. Bear Hi Staff 3: Class Officer 1. ky I' SHIRLEY ANN LUCAS JAMES OLLIN PARKER Chorus 1, 2, 3,45 FHA 1, 2, 3, 4: Student Council 3,4: Football 1, 2, 3,45 Basketball 2, 3,45 Beta Club 3,4g Beta Club 3g4, Safety Patrol 1. M ,M FFA 1,2. PATSY LOUISE PARKER ALICE IEANNETTE PITTMAN 4-H Club 1: Chorus 1, 2,4g FHA 1, 2, 3,45 Student Student Council 1,2, 3,4, Officer 2, 3, FHA 1, 2, 3,4, Council 1,2, 3, 45 Class Officer 4, Safety Patrol 1, 2, Officer 4, Beta Club 3,4g Chorus 1, 2,3.4g 4-H 1, 2, 3 3,4. 4, Officer 1, Marshal 3, Class Officer 1, 2, Safety Pa- trol 1, 2, 3, Ensemble 4, Accompanist 3,4. BETTY JEAN PETWAY LEONARD GRADY PITTMAN 4-H Club 1: Chorus l,2.3.4: Safefl' Paff013: Class FFA 1,2,3,4g Bus Driver 3,45 4-H Club 1,2g Class Of- OffiCSf 1. ficer 4, Baseball 2, 3, 4. FRED MCDONALD PRIDGEN, IR. DELLA MAGNOLIA ROBBINS FFA 1,2, 3.4: Student Council 1.2,3: BCI-1 Club 3143 4-H Club 1,25 Chorus 2, 3,44 Sa ery Patrol 1, 2, 3. Class Officer 1, Basketball 2, 3, 4g Bus Driver 4: Bear Af '7 I Trap Staff 4. 'Q lf l - 4' . ' BETTY CAROLYN ROBBINS . V IM? RI RD OBBINS Class Officer 1, Bear Hi staff 3, FHA 1,23 4-H Club xl A ,2, 14, B ball 2,3313 Beta Club 3, 4, 1.2, 3,49 Chorus 1: Safety Patrol 1,2, 3.4. I J ff I J cv CLEORA MAUDE ROGERS JQAN ALKER Sl-IARPE 4-H Club 1.2,3.4: QffiC61' 2: Chorus 1.2.3.4: FHA Chorus ,2g 4-H Club 1, 2,3,4g Safety Patrol 1,2, 3,4. 1,2,3,4g Class Officer 1. CYNTHIA MILTON ROTH MARY SHIRLEY SHARPE Transferred from Council Rock Jr. High School, New- Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4: FHA 1, 2, Safety Patrol 1, 2, 3, 4, ton, Pa., Chorus 2, 3.4, Safety Patrol 2, 3,45 Class Of- Bear Hi Staff 3, Bela Club 3, 4, ficer 2, 35 Beta Club 3, 4, Student Council 3, Marshal 3, Bear Hi Staff 35 Bear Tipp Staff 4. ' 1 ff. :XM l i l li ll H 2 l I lil -1 'If IZ fl ,E if ll in V f 1 1 as 55 ln it l, l I ll, if I m J g.. v W , . an .sf ,, , .1 fl WILLIAM GRAY SHARPE, IR, Student Council 1, 4-H Club 1,2, Beta Club 2, 3, Of- ficer 4, Quartet 1, 2, 3, Ensemble 4, Class Officer 3, Basketball 1, 2, 3,4, Bear Hi Staff 3, Band 1,2, 3,4, Officer 2.3, Chorus 1,2, 3,-4. GLENN WALLACE Student Council 1, Chorus 1, Band 1, 2, 3, FFA 1,2,3, 4, Football 3, 4. BRAXTON EARL WEBB Football 1,3,4, 4-H Club 1, 2. 3,4, Basketball 3,4, FFA 1, 2, Bus Driver 4. ROBERT EARL WEEKS FFA 1, 2,3,4, 4-H Club 1,2, Bus Driver 4. , , .ff Jjjwiw E ml 1 -X! 7 If fy! .,?,,+ if , ,Y , lf 6 J f -E,4,f , 1 , it Q! Q I gf , 53, ' fbi' A 5 , A -A W ny I fn if .4 :jlIfy,f :Z !,qxjlffw'5g I 1 A Vx. 'W, ,fr GERALD DENVER WALSTON Transferred from Charles L. Coon, 1, Bear Trap Staff 4, Bear Hi staff, Chorus 3, 4, Ensemble 4, Beta Club 3, 4, Marshal 3, JOYCE WEAVER Chorus 1, 4-H Club 1,2, 3,4, FHA 1, 2, Class Officer 1, Basketball 3. V BETSY CARTER WELLS Student Council 1, Class Officer 1, 2, 3, Bear Hi Staff 3, Beta Club 3,4, Officer 4, Band 1,2, 3,4, Officer 3, Basketball 1, 2, 3,4, Marshal 3, Safety Patrol 1,2, Bear Trap Staff 4. Amos RUDOLPH WHITEHEAD 1 4 FFA 1,2, 3,4, Baseball 1, 2,3,4, Bus Driver 3,4. REX BELLE WIGGS Chorus 1, 2, 3,45 Quartet 35 Baseball 3, 45 Bear I-li Staff 35 Class Officer 2, 3. 4. DORIS GRAYNELL WILLIFORD FFA 1, 25 4-I-l Club 1, 2,35 Chorus 1,25 Safety Patrol 1, 2, 4. W CARROLL VALMONTE WINSTE FFA 1, 25 Bus Driver 2, 3,44 1 A .N 1 5, pn? 4: nflfijx 4 41" - .. fy - f , ,fl 'J' J f UW! Im' ,iff lift yi 5 Y. JANET RUTH WILLIAMS - ,V y 'J Class Officer 1, 2,5 Bega Club 3, 45,Officery215 4-HClub 1,2,3,4, offrceriri,2535 FHA 1i2.3gQl5r6'1'L1s 1, 2,3,4, Accompanjst,f8,45,SKident Gounc 1,225 Cheerleader 3,45 Safhety'lPatro'l 2.31535 Mars al 35 Ensemble 4. V, ,L ,J f , P' mwfg' if fl ,Q ,fir .W f Ig 5 fi A-,' N if ,J fl Q J , J ,J , 1 KATHRYN ATKINSON WINSTEAD Band 1,2,3,4, Officer 2,3,45 Chorus 15 Marshal 35 Basketball 1, 2, 3,45 Safety Patrol 15 Student Council 15 Class Officer 1, 35 4-H Club 15 Beta Club 3,4, Of- ficer 45 Bear Trap Staff 4. Tl-IELMA REBECCA WINSTEAD 4-H Club lg Chorus 1, 2, 3,45 Safety Patrol 2, 35 Girls Trio 35 Girls' Quartet 3. Double Quartet. -X 13 Y r 1 L K ,I u R X-H ' x r 19 4 WE REMEMBER When the doors of Elm City High School opened for the school year of 1948-1949, ninety- six eager freshmen entered a new world of adventure---high school, Yes, at last we were really in high school. Oh, our freshman year! Our class was so large that we had to be divided into three sections,With Mrs, Pridgen, Mrs, Farmer, and Mrs, Simpson as sponsors, and Don Pridgen and Glennwallace as class presidents, we began our year's work, It can certainly be said, without any boasting, that our class soon proved to be capable of taking its place in the high school world, Many of our more musically-minded class members were in the band and glee club, while several of our class members took their places on the athletic teams of the school, Our one social event of the year was a Weiner roast, Shall we ever forget all the rain that poured down on us that night? Sophomores! Yes, most of us were together again in our second year of high school--but some few remained freshmen, With our group smaller, we were divided into two sections with Mrs, Farmer and Mrs. Pridgen as our class sponsors, With Betsy Wells and Lester Jean Batchelor as our class presidents, we had a pleasant, but quite uneventful year. lf our sophomore year was uneventfulg then the lost time was made up for as we became juniors. Gosh, it seems as though that year was just one mad rush after another! First of all, we elected Jack Jobe and Bill Sharpe as class presidents. Mrs, Farmer and Mrs, Pridgen stood by us again, We shall always remember the confusion and discussion that accompanied our selecting class rings and, when the rings finally came, how much trouble we had getting them out of the post office, But were we proud of them! Shall we who worked on the newspaper staff ever forget how relieved we were finally to get the newspaper finished? We published but one---one was enough! There was REALLY some rushing going on as time for the Junior-Senior Banquet and prom drew near, Remember all those green shamrocks and yellow balloons? Yes, we really tried to make the lunch room look like Ireland, Whether we succeeded or not--we all had a wonderful time, March 14 was truly a red-letter day for us, When commencement time rolled around, we bade the graduating class a fond farewell and then looked forward to the next year when we would be graduating, We reached that final year--the last year of one of the happiest experiences that any of us will ever have, Mrs, Farmer had seen us through all four years, She and Miss Bland were our senior sponsors, Jack Jobe was the class president, Our biggest undertakings for the year were getting out the annual and presenting the senior play, By the time this annual is published, we shall have presented fwe hopej a most outstanding play, we shall have enjoyed the sights of Washing- ton, D,D, g and we shall have been entertained at a banquet and prom given by the juniors. Yes, we still have much to look forward tog we surely have much to look back on, remember- ing the many, many good times we have shared, Can we ever forget them? ? Class of '53 Betsy Wells, I-IISTORLAN :fy Q nf N, 3 I I ,- , f 1 u 2, -wk as- C'-'L ufs-4.X-' .M and 1 ,sein af ei 15 ,, ki-5 1,, . . +R ' , hx 1 ,Q , , - " . ' I ,E ,SP 2 Q 'M' A .-f. 1 wa ,, 'C Q ill? F . I Most Studious IEANNETTE PITTMAN GERALD WALSTON Most Talented Most Likely to Succeed MARY ANN BRASWELL BETSY WELLS-GILL SHARPE BILL SHARPE 1 . V 5 5 v 4' LQ ' W9-'wffiiz TF' si ' x 4'i""' Most Handsome Boy Prettiest Girl DICKIE GREENE IO ANN CRUMPLER Best A11-Around JOAN EDWARDS DON PRIDGEN ' 'Sf' 'JP'6 ,Nu Cutest PATSY PARKER BOBBY LA NCA STER Most Popular LESTER JEAN BATCHELOR A N JACK IOBE A A .NX x x Most Dependable I OA N EDWA RDS GERA LD WA LSTON Wittiest JEAN DIXON DONALD BARNES Most Conceited IEANNETTE PITTMAN REX WIGGS Friendliest IO ANNE CRUMPLER CUYLER FARMER Most Courteous JO ANNE CRUMPLER-BILL SHARPE Most Athletic BETSY WELLS I A MES PA RK ER Biggest Flirts JO ANN FLOWERS REX WIGGS LAST WILL AND TESTAME T ELM CITY, NORTH CAROLINA WILSON COUNTY We, the Senior Class of the Elm City High School, being of sane mind after twelve years of unceasing laborious grind, do hereby declare this document to be our last will and testament. Article I- - We give and bequeath to the school our undying loyalty. The school has held before us con- stantly the principle that an ounce of loyalty is worth more than a pound ofcleverness. We there- by trust that the school can use our loyalty as a leaven in graduating the incoming Senior Class. Article II-- To Mr. Fugate, our Superintendent, we wish to leave the thought that there was never a truer, more understanding friend to each of us, than he. May his life be filled with the best of every- thing. Article III-- To our understanding Faculty we bequeath our wholehearted appreciation for their patience during the past few years. Article IV-- To the members of the graduating class of 1954, we hope that you may realize sooner than we did the importance of your Senior year. Though it may be full of joy, the last few days will be laden with tears of happiness and sorrow. To the up and coming Juniors we leave best wishes that your prom will be a great success and our sincere hope that youwill miss as many classes as we did and have as much fun as we had in planning ours. To the sophisticated Sophomores, who think they know all the answers, we leave this thought-- you have a lot to learn! To the incoming Freshmen we leave the assurance that they are enteringthe first of four glor- ious years. Our experiences in the past show thatschool days which are well spent pay high divi- dends. Fill each day with periods of serious work and determination. Include music, athletics, and club work to make your program varied and well rounded. This is a means ofdeveloping personality and desirable character traits. Don't be too hard on our Sponsors, Mrs. Farmer and Miss Bland, who have guided and watched over us with constant care. We, the class of '53, having come to a great intersection in our road of life, do hereby, and in witness thereof, set our seal upon this document on this the twenty-sixth day of May, 1953. CLASS OF '53 Janet Williams, TESTATOR C ASS PROPHECY As we the Sen1orClass of 1953 stand onthethreshold of graduatron we look down the corrrdor of trme to a door marked Future For many years we have journeyed toward Ih1S door wrth an rndomrtable sprrrt that has enabled us to cope wrth every obstacle that has la1n1n our pathway We have clrmbed the h11l of knowledge and have left our pr1nts rn the sands of t1me And now wrth consternatron we pause before proceedrng determrnedly mto the realms of the unforeseen If by chance rt were possrble for us to defy nature s laws of trme and to behold our destrnres we would doubtless be astonrshed at that whrch awarts us Nevertheless we shall attempt to go 1nto the far reaches of trme and come up wrth what we procla1m as our class pro phecy As the door rs slowly opened we see our classmates engaged rn dr verse occupatrons Some have been successful rn farmrng others rn law medrcrne teachrng and prrvate busrness Wesee many as house wrves and homemakers The wheel of fortune has V1S1ICd some who we notrce are well on therr way to hrgh polrtrcal offrces whrle ad verse clrcumstances prevarl w1th others May we have the foundatron of character so well formed that when we place our feet strarght and sure and l1ft our heads rn the golden sun and breathe the arr fresh and pure we can endure the hardshrps and accept the good fortunes wxth no weakenrng 1n character! We realrze that we are to be the workers and leaders rn tomorrow s world May the frurts of our efforts be rrch rn good deeds We prophesy that the class of 1953 w1ll take 1ts place rn lrfe and shoulder well the responsrbrhtres that the future holds rn store CLASS OF 53 Class Prophetess Jeannette Prttman ,ff J, V 2? x N 1 I x' 2. As! ffl, .K- W ., iz if 2' ,ff W risk si? ,,,. , lg ff. '4 .W -' 'ff A-3 ' 1' 3 A VA X2 gw" Q3Mk 1 1 LINDA BATTEN PATSY BATTS WILL BULLOCK '1 - . 'C' an WSZS --'- Z MH , BOBBY CAREY 1 """' ff f l , DON COBB A w, K BERTIE LEIGH COOKE Q , - 'P , if A r RW!" Q ff! Y ' 7 F5 A f a W ff' A ., ., iq. K, W, . , ,X A ., Avf' , 'f A 1" JG-L., ', I 4 1 ,-Q ff J Sify 4-1' 4, if Q' x , -Ls. E w M29 A A . ,C-1 4 .A A-Sw - ' ff f ff' " 52" 2' ,jj M " " A H 1 X, ,!,N , A V' A A A JV- QL!!! I V? ,J A I ff' , - ,xg5,Q5 ,WR kv 'QR-,,, ,,.r I W, 1,' S1 f J f A f V' ,Af '1 L a M si' ff A' VM 4' -, ,. 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'H- M X M hx A l,4mzz24 rl Q, . ivy' i in f' It gi 4' 4 ' I, F 1 -- X, R- ,C 5 V " PARKER HAWLEY WEBB GAY Back Back End End y H ji if '52 SEASON Q' D, Q 3 x Q , A K R f A 4 ' ' 5 ' m ity Lucama 0 i K ' 'J M I E1 c' Elm City Leggett 8 Elm City Chicod 8 Elm City Chocowinity 0 N Elm City Whitakers 7 3 g I Elm City Rock Ridge 19 Elm City Stantonsburg 27 V xf' , I Y K FLORA JOBE GRIFFIN Center Back Back ,W 1,7 W Y' ff! f ,157 I 1 I ff ' j , , 1 il! p' 39 M X 717 1,125 , If 'f-44. I- ff' f6,f '1' , , , , ,, J l ff , , f' , VW f gg WJ v R, '. .1 ff, 1,3 , ,1 I R HARDISQN Backiy Mt. . ,I fri., f uf? g4 ,1f.7vU, Q- ' ' ' 3 ,Wi x . ? 7 1 V fc . r ' fl Q Q W -.JMX A? diff? ,vs W7 gc f ,. KMA 'VI' 2 I Q 'z ki, ' xv EJ, :EI 'Y Q. 42 ai ' 41m""i:x g' 5,4.,m.. 'ifgh M Y Vg A wan- . f' , P5 6 u., ' 1 n w W .-'g . ""fs'f'- V Q . 's Wx! Y ' 1 K .35 If E35 5 W rn ' x 1 ' 4 ' ' llqw 1 my 1 At' 5' ' . 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Paints and Supplies, Venetian Blinds Wilson, North Carolina 125 Tarboro St. Phone 4428 ,gf a 'gi ,f ' . I is , P f lj .Q , , " I Q pg, .f ,rl Q ,K a. 1 ,- ,e1'a',.f . , . n L f ,,wh,,u', , 1- nag! ,ns .f NW, l ,A de ur 'M w"'5' V ' f in ,, I v 4 6 ' ' 0-Wfnl' X 1 .-' ,Q H, , 1 ' 50" 4f ' vfffsgl 1 'N' ns' 1 M 'Wigan' ' "Haul" Q ' ' .'.n4:.: is ' ,' .f:::iw8 5 r oi'U?l' - ---1-1:3 5 l 9,55 H, lwuvvlviriuig lm M naman' ff' ffjilum , ,, 'vjlzxfltg A ,awni- , ' " id' Q ,. -sl J' i:if'V'? i '-tg, f ,J g 5 ' www s Y I hw 5 Q ' f ' t' ,P- vr""' A -,,,, it . , 'N ill Q Z GROCETZY WOODROW W. WELLS, Prop. Meats, Fruits, Vegetables, Frozen Foods Elm City, North Carolina Phone 5391 QMZZQZYUWZL ef-vzAeE Phone 4491 Elm City, North Carolina "Auto Repair, Acetylene Welding" C omplime nts of ofmgzfedi Farm Supplies Phone Rocky Mount 8785 Sharpsburg, N. C. CZQFSA5. DEPARTMENT STORE "The Store of Savings" Wilson, North Carolina xxx lef' Q gifiweiyf Groceries - Feeds - Seeds and Meats Phone 5161 Elm City, North Carolina Tom Langley, Owner 2 Wagga? INE2. eS1-IOP Chrysler - Plymouth Dial 3390 104 West Nash Street Wm digg Conwnts of Sales and Service Wilson, North Carolina Elm City, North Carolina Compliments of 0 444' ,Qzm5'5:g WARE House BA Three Houses to Serve You Wilson, North Carolina 1 A. B. and C. Wilson, North Carolina Compliments of 00 MMO P 6206? Q6 fem? GARDN E R's DAIRY PRODUCTS Velvet Ice Cream Homogenized Milk Phone 30 56 Wilson, North Carolina 65,45 alwffa INC, .Tewelers - Silversmiths Serving Wilson County Over 50 Years Wilson, North Carolina H U NT FUNERAL HGNIE Wilson County Mutual Burial Association Dial 3148 - 3149 Wilson, North Carolina eww 9 JEWEL RS 103 West Nash Street Wilson, North Carolina CThe House of Nationally Advertised Merchandisej Sporting Goods Cogpany Wholesale and Retail High Grade Athletic Equipment Phone 2256 106 South Tarboro Street Wilson, North Carolina ZAM Qian? 6 G-ROCERY Fresh Meats - Fruits Vegetables Phone 5141 Elm City, North Carolina 0 Curb Service I WW Drznve IN fYou Toot - We Tote, Open 8:0OA.M. till 11:30 P.M. 900 South Goldsboro Street Wilson, North Carolina William C. Winstead, Jr. E. Miller Walsh, Owners Your patronage is appreciated At 6250520 LAUNDRY 8 CLEANERS, INC- Wilson, North Carolina Be Thrifty Buy Mutual Insurance QKQMM W Phone 4451 Elm City, North Carolina C 532 3 'R 1Vi'!J . 4 ,f 1 MMG? gt, 6,6 G-'ROCERY "Your Friendly Store" Dial 5751 Elm City, North Carolina g,,,,,,m. QW Dealers ln Coal-Building Supplies Fuel Oil-DuPont Paints Phone 5211 Elm City, North Carolina w K if Ai? ' - ,. vt , nm XZ M52 A - al C ompliments of Wfmaagekegka Dgiigsayea co NAPANY General Merchandise Better Flirniture Funeral f X Ambulance Phone 5511 Directors J Service Ernbalmers 1 Phone 3121 Elm City, North Carolina Wilson, North Carolina af! MQZJXLZZZZ Quality C onc re te B locks Offe r s Good Food Elm City, North Carolina Steel Sash and Doors Wilson, North Carolina "Best Wishes to the Senior Class' Seucfgufifzj. svnusv commrw Member F. D. I. C. Elm City, North Carolina "' -: Y ,.,,, A -5' 354' '9 ewocerav Heavy and Fancy Groceries Fresh Fruits and Vegetables Fresh Meats, Frozen Foods Phone 5491 Elm City, North Carolina C omplime nts of Wyeiqz :vga ugfzfi FASH IO NS Wilson, North Carolina mul 'UQU6 STORE Elm City, North Carolina 9 -Aa uf X ev? if is Oleg gox 128 S. Main St. H, 'fj MOTOQ 11 Kg Q GQAQPANY LL, Rocky Mount, N., 9C. he - Q C, . ' Headquarters folifto- k Lf 1 Jalqffkgflll 'sewiie Hamilton, Elgin l A X V 31, ' Gruen and Bulova Watchefsy, k XW11 Nxifh Qllollngfk " KJ Iv! 3 I X ,fr , , x n TV 7 " x ly - R Di6,q,13ctive'-if 72, V. 'wr 'u rnlz1 ' ii, 1-x,, sf JS' 11 ,f 1 f 1 r 1 1 , , 5, 1 I F x R118 S. Goldsboro st. "For Young Men and Men With Young Ideas" W tw Me!! TAPEORO ST. STATION "Service is our Business" M. H. GRANT, JR., Mgr. Rocky Mount, N. C. MQQYZ Congratulations Class of '53 Elm City High School "May the best be yours as, you go from school life into life's school! " Q!! - Zia? "Wi1son's shopping center" C ompliments of U ZZ 5 6515? Qyzhgzeig. Iv1"E:'IxI'S STORE .gf, ml C" -4. . 5, y ai-' X 4 A' A . ,., 11- ,, -ni A glyzfficau PETROLEUM CO . Distributors of American Oil Company Products Phone 3448 Wilson, North Carolina Compliments of I Compliments of Q Ziff? Qyfuewhzl GI N CC. INQ. Sharpsburg - Elm City "Authorized Ford Dealer" E UD S PLUMBING s xg? Q yy U N 4 A fv wax fgeece .mai PLB6. ap I-ITS. Wilson, North Carolina 231 S. Goldsboro St. Dial 5100 "It Pays to Look Well" I 7 7124161 BARBER SHOP Elm City, North Carolina JLCQKWL ' Qs-aA12DwARE Livestock Feeds, Fertilizer, Barn Flues, Farm Supplies , Groceries, Hardware, Paint, Building Supplies Phone 5136 El-m City, North Carolina :W QM:........ MARVIN L. DAVIS, Owner "Your Rexall Drug Store" Meet Your Friends at Our Soda Fountain Cara-Nome - Max Factor Parker and Shaefer Pens. Whitman's - Pangburn's Compliments of ffm Cz' Q- BllS"1"3'F2 CCD. 62223. Hi-Way 301 Yankee C ooking Sharpsburg, N. C. If you bmicy grocsriies you'll Used Cars with W now a ou . 4'- A - Many Unused Miles Q5 Qagffi. 'COUNTRY STORE IN TOWN" 120 S. Washington St. Dial 22108 Rocky Mount, N. C. DEV MOTO SALES New and Used Cars 1 mile east of Sharpsburg,'N. C. B. B. Pittman - E. L. Yodar Phone Rocky Mt. 8950 C omplime nts of QJMZ 195 'BAWBECUE V if 5' ELECTRICAL State License No. 213 CO, Maytag-Hoover-Crosley-Hot Point Sales and Service 307 E. Nash St. Wilson, North Carolina Phone Day 2579 Phone Night 4759-3408-4763 MW 0 t1Z5UM' M, HARDWARE CO. PHOTOGRAPHERS Phone 3174 Wilson, North Carolina , H BOX 209 "Courthouse in Front of Us Phone 4046 Zidfeyif LADIES SHOP "Next to the Post Office" Qgzrfagvfaf CONIPANNC INC- Safes and Showcases, Office and Reception Room Furniture Wilson, North Carolina 105 Nlslith Dgzggas St' one Wilson, North Carolina BEST WISI-IES I INSURANCE I I 9 R 1 .AGENCY QWMM' 6556437 Mam Street "Drive What Dad Drove" d k Phone 5421 Stu eba er , , Rocky Mount, N. C. 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