Elon College High School - Echoes Yearbook (Elon, NC)

 - Class of 1947

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During that year he set 5 new scoring record in 5 Single game of twenty-eight points against LQLBBQ, He was a star shortstop during baseball Season end led the team in stolen buses. During his second year, lqub-1357, he was s member and star of the first football squad ever to reprefemt Elon High an the gridiron. he n.S injured in the first gums of the seasrn but came back later to stnr in u 20-li loss to Chlldren'S Home, state champions in sixnnn football for -,--A-::::----....-ifi..a-.:.r1:.-------Q.-1 555: ::::::.7:'::----------f 4.14 .TA rrgf-g' 5515 B3 1':..::5:.g': 3 ? , 3 5 5 as S? 'A Q 57 55 5 A E ? if g? 5' E? ..-E? P' :i if e? :?.5? 1? 5?'.5? :sf 41' iF' Sf' 2? 45' rf 1? :F :r :F :: as S' 1: 57 12 - : gf er ge- gf S- 42' ef :F sr' 5: ai? gr s- 4: :P ar sf as EF 5: 557 ,EF 'V the pest three years. He was awarded a letter and a trophy voted him by the squad for the 55 best all around player of the year. Basketball season rolled around and J. B. was deathly sick in Rex is Hospital in Raleigh. Before the first ball game he was unanimously elected 55 honorary captain for the year. He was named honorary captain of this year's 5 baseball team. 1 Yes, J. B. was easily one of the greatest all around athletes Elon F has ever known. There was a bright future ahead for James Bunyon Seymour 7! before his death on December 13, l9L6. To him, 'JB' as he was known, we proudly dedicate this annual, who gi served his school in a way that made us all proud of him. Yes, gone but never forgotten in the hearts of Elon students and V5 spectators. Claes Poem We are the Class of Forty-Seven Ready to-earn our way to Heaven. We are ready to start our lives to build Our talents to use, and our places to fill. We'll leave our Alma Mater behindg We'll leave our teachers with patience kind. It's time to don our caps and gownsg It's time to lay our school books down. Although we are happy to have reached our goal, There is sadness at parting in every soul. But we bid adieu to everyone And continue the life which we've only begun. Flower: Rose Colors: Red an Motto: Not finished but begun. d White ??s aes .Q n qw My ff- Ma A 2 Q62 ii' HIIIlll!ll1IhHlllIII 1 A fi A C is fy 5 fx i rw H' 'F I: KR , J V' V Q 1 ' QE V- . i ,'.- Y L XHINA W 5 f A :LL fi ? L f NQ ' j as uv, 4 1 ., A , Il Q 7 ? u K 7'M'F,' 4 N KAR X ff ,f X M 5 V . ,4 ' - " . dfffi' ' ' 1. Na. - , N ' , 9 X' X' H ' -1 gf?" 'rx ,Z 4 5233-lag ..- .r 71: 5555555ggssiffiiifffiffiifif E fy 5 V, EA, x 4f ' JIM um B ffnloyx 5 l y,v"J L ' ' , x '53 'U 5? Q-. if , 7: 5 f .: L ' ' 44. X v :' X . x .4 F 'A 5 5 3 f N 55 . . X 3 Q .. ww ,fwv .-5 Z 5 3 4 Q5 35 Is: g D 4. ? ,. N 3 . 5 -, 'TX . x 5 gf 5: A , Q7, .',. , r:5:5E5 L.S. McDonald, Principal Mrs. Earle Hardison, French-English Miss Nannle Dee Reitzel English, Librarian Mrs. M.W. 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E Y A F. 5 .5 5 5 5 A A E? V A F f A .E 1.4 ar. -aaa.-ar-::::':: '.?fE'E'.E?.E.5-f",-":"' A 5? asf iF':EF 5?'s5'ig?s?'s?'s? sf's? 1? if 5' 5?'E?' f5'5 2 L 1? 2' 5' .:' - I? -' ? 1 1 -? .2 Z 5 1 ? . CLASS HISTORY J Four years ago in 191.3 thirty-eight students entered the Freshman g class' of Elon High School, dreaming dreams that only freshmen are capable 571 of dreaming. Our homeroom teacher was Mrs. M. N. Hook. The class officers 45 lsrs: President, Arthur Robertson, Vice-President, Homer Whitakerg Sec- as retary, Elsie Jenkinsg Treasurer, Tessie Zimmerman. We presented a one 5 act play, 'Booting For FQ1th". Our grade parentsgave us a weiner roast and we entertained the senior class at a party. f - 3 In the year 19hb-19L5 Miss Reitzel was our homeroom teacher. Of ?, J course we felt our importance as sophomores. Well, it may be that 'sophs' gn A are not guite as big ignoramusgs as they are given the credit of being. A at Elna Doris's house, No doubt we felt green last year, but oh, what a difference this year! The class officers were: President, Ronnie Black, Vice-President, Carroll 5 Peelerg Secretary, Tessie Zimmermang Treasurer, Elna D. Huey. Our class '5 enjoyed several, parties at the Bur-Mil Club lremember C.M. getting wetl, 5 a picnic at Huffman's Country Home where boating, swimming and various other games were enjoyed. Our junior play, 'Antics of Ann' and the Junior- Senior Banquet were given that year because at that time there was no twelth grade. Last year 191.5-191.6 Mrs. L, S. McDonald was our homeroom teacher. .4 ? Class officers were: President, Carroll Peelerg Vice President, Ronnie g Blackg Secretary, Elma D. Huey, Treasurer, Betty Long. Our grademothers g gave us a picnic at Guilford Battleground. T This year 191.6-19147 Mrs. Earle Hardison was our homeroom teacher. 'J Class officers were: President, Elna D. Huey, Vice-President., Betty Long, 5 Secretary, Jean Moody, Treasurer, Betty Robertson. The class was very g rusy with school work and outside activities---football games at Chapel Hill, the senior play, the Junior-Senior banquet. How good it seemed to 5 be entertained instead of entertaining! 5 And now, having the distinction of being the first class to graduate 3 after the extra grade was inserted in the grammar grades, on the twenty- fl seventh day of May l9h7 we receive our diplomas and.b1d farewell to all 'A our high school associates. ? ' r r-E --5E5F555F,::5::::::::::::.-.rg-::.::::,A Edge sf .- E " l '-1 :-i:5' E F ...- NF, e, ' .- ll 'i 3 ' -T 'Z i e?5555?5:5'55555'ii5si55i5iif-if A a 5 E CLASS PROPHECY Q Class Prophet: Nash Parker f Q This is your ace newsoaster, Nosey Parker, bringing you clues and 5 views about the news. Before I begin on my on-the-spot human interest story, let me lntroduce Elmer. Say hello, Elmer. Thst's right. Now 5 be quietl! 5 Ladies and Gentlemen, we are in the ballroom of that famous new night 5 club at Veterans Drive called 'The Cement Mixer". Elmer, you can see the 5 owner over there, the girl with all the jewels. That is Katy Lou Childress. 5 I'm sure some of my listeners remember Katy's pretty brown eyes. See that 5-4 pretty girl up on the bandstand singing that new torch song, 'The Bubble S Dancer Wou1r1n't Give the Boys a Date", or 'Sorry Boys, No Soap". And 5 folks listen to that band! That pretty music we hear is by Glifford Sharpe g and his High Highlanders, and the gal singing is his wife, the former Elsie Jenkins. As I recall Clifford was a regular dude in 'L7, in '57 he is 5 sub-dued. Elmer, stop that! Oh! I see. Well I oan't blame you - the girl you're 5 looking at was quite a kid back in High School. She's the former 5? y. After she got out of school she started into architecture the 5 easy way. Boy! We've really got important people here tonight. There is 5 Betty Jane Robertson, former star at Elon, who now owns and plays for the 5 'Dizzy Dames' number one team in the country. gi Next on the program are those two artists of comedy, the Mouth and the 5 Hair-do, Frances Tuck and Ma , giving us their interpretation Pg oi' that new comedy hit, "Close the Door, Dora". 5,5 Excuse me folks. What did you say, Elmer? Oh! That's Kitty Apple 5 and her husband. She just got in from Hollywood where she made the 5 picture 'Apple Blossom Time". Her husband wrote the script. Need I say 5 more? '. 5 Elmer, do you see that woman talking to that men? She's Jane McClure, E who runs the famous Detective Agency in New York, and whose slogan is E "Don't watch your husband, let me watch him for you". E As most of you know Carroll Peeler and Tessie are Mr. and Mrs. now. 2 ?:Jsfisfffsfsfiifssgsifffsffiiifjf E: - f ,EE-1 1 Y 1 LF: lsfilf A , 1 em Y 1, IV. lhif M?" ia-52 922 me x , F' . 4,- uf' .A X:-5' mf! W5 .-1 V? M3 .511 F 1151 aiu ,gm V5-F fgw' IT."- 5. , , n '- S : go 1 ,- 5 5. if- Vit Il? A r .v , .1 F' in A1 I-'54 IF., EVA 15 ,Al E15 EF, N51 5 Y- '5 5 . '51 55555555 5 55.5 5555555555555 5? EE? Carroll is a rich man. He discovered a new formula for cement while eat- ing one of Tese1e's biscuits. The big handsome guy with the bass voice that is sitting at the ring- side table watching the floor show is Haggis lsley the famous radio actor. He's recognized by his opening remark "I'm feeling mighty low". He also ylays all the parts in the 'Johnson Family' now that -Timmy' Scribner has retired. E The boy standing by the cash register is Ronnie Black. He decided to go to State. He has been there six years and will probably complete his freshman year this spring. F Elmer, if you feel sporty you can go to the back and gamble, but I'm 5 warning you, you can't win. You'll be playing against the card shark of them all, -Toe Hill. He always won everybody'e money at school. Oh! Yes, Elmer, before you try your luck I want to tell you about a couple of gals that eren't here tonight. I have their pictures right here. What's that Elmer? No, I don't blame you for whistling. That one with the dignified look is Elna Doris Huey and the one with the red hair is .-.5 Betty Jggg. Elna Doris and Betty got interested in Church work at an 5 early age and are missionaries in China. On second thought, don't go into the back, drop your money in that box by the door, ----- that's the one with "Give to Missions' written on it. Bless you Elmer! n Q Now for my last two former classmates. -They are those t-wo healthy women sitting over there. See 'em. They were voted the meet beautiful and healthiest women in America. They are Betty Truitt and Gilma Grey Burgg,- vi Gilma plans to get married soon as her boy friend, -T. R. Garrett, gets his. line of drug stores completed. Gilms and Betty are the sponsors of this show, incidentally, so let's have the commercial now. Their product is 'Neon Bubbles' that wonderful new breakfast cereal that makes breakfast the lightest meal of the day. Think of it! Waking up each morning with those crisp crunchy, vitamin enriched bubbles. The kiddies love 'em too, so rem- ember feed your husband Neon Bubbles and watch his face light up. Warning! Don't go near electric wires after eating our product. The results might prove shocking! 'A E ? E 5 r 5 s-'E . --A'-d--'-A--iii-5.,,,.i,-::iig-:::::::,'? - ----------:::: :: .::::::555555 5555555555555-, ..EE,..5'------ 4 ::.'.:.s-5-:az-:.?.::'-' 2 5 5 AE 5' .-I 5 5 rn 5 F. af A 5 5 5 si 5' .5 F' ? A E5 5 5 V.. 57 'A E5 ". 5' A E A E F a E? 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"lIl1.e'lIh. ,mth ...T"rn..."16., A E A .E 5 A 'A 'af 5' 'A 5 5 ' ,E 1: 1 A 'E A E S 5' 3 i ggggggggfggiggiggiigiiiiifg5 LAST WILL AND TESTAMENT We, the Class of l9L7 of the Elon College Public High School, being of sound mind and noble dispositions, do hereby take oath and solemnly de- olare in the presence of these witnesses that this is our last will and testament and may the Sun, Moon, and Stars shine brightly on our successors so help us all, the Ghosts of all good Elonites: We do give and bequeath without reservations whatsoever to the parties hereinafter named the following properties, to wit: Betty Truitt consents to let Jeanette Brown take over her quiet manner. Jean Moody has kindly bestowed her wavy hair to Anne Buckner. Ronnie Black is breathless, so he surrenders his voice to Richard wilson. Betty Long bequeaths her popularity to an up-and-coming junior girl. Carroll Peeler was leaving Tessie Zimmerman, but on second thought, came back to get her. Jane McClure grants her argumentative ability to Opal Troxler. Mary Alioe Watkins leaves her friendly disposition to some deserving junior. Harris Isley bequeaths his sparkling personality to Ted May. Edna Doris Huey wills her leadership abilities to LaVern Calwell in hopes he will become President of the United States. , Nash Parker donates his 'little red book' to some lonely 'wolf'. Tessie Zimmerman gives her red checkered sport shirt to June Matkins. Kitty Lowe bestows her 'one man waysn to Bobbie Abernathy. Gilma Burge lends her long locks to Doris Black. Frances Tuck confers her poetic ability to Peg Clapp. Elsie Jenkins wills her Yankee accent to Joanne Martin. Betty Jane Robertson leaves her basketball suit to Norma Robertson. Clifford Sharpe leaves his common sense to Thomas Dean. Katie Lou Childress magnanimously leaves her wit to Max Isley. 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Dail Kimrey Joanne Martin Conard May Jimmie McCloud Lester Moore Bill Morton Christine Oakley Nellie Overman Al Parker Jesse Ray Harold Robertson Betty Lou Rudd Tommy Salmon Jean Simmons Betty Wagoner Sara Ella White Bobby Whiteaell Stephen Wolfe Christine Oakley Doris Black Harold Robertson Tommy Salmon rj i F a 5: V. 5 ? .-:--..---Fryer---..-::::5::::4-:gg-55 1 N.. ,f Q f x f f CC, 1 ,fx k XX .XS 6 YQMW QM WW .nv FI :rmmn 21' X x ff V v'YlY!k' ' 4 fJ rf xx .fff ynfxf - nl C r V X I xwux - r N -fJ3 .1 IJ N, K ! f Lf Ng: If f,' xg Wx -r K V W , wk ,Li x l,,1, XX X R x X W x x . 'IJ 5 Q . H , Qhfxfwf f N I MJVJJI -J fi ,N X ' fr! mx 1 'Af 1 xi Cl NN ,UAA ' P 0 W J M PM fa, E, "X-.-, 'wwf X L V f , fw VV. V 'fs X W ip!! -- fl RQ if , + J F3 ,, Q,-, ' 4 ' gf' J E5 WW J' S, xA X i C NN XX IL I 1 Sgztxk V-,K ' Xifda! " e ,Q7 xt! . L5 A 2 5 .5 .5 57 5 5 5 .E ? 1 gr 'A ? A 2- Ev. ? 5 , A 'J 5 F A 5 ' . 5 5 5 E V Z 5 Y A 2 ? A 5 5 E-" Y -aaa: .:r.1:..- :.-:':,'i'5"f 'ffzfifffig Z' .fx Q. 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Regan Z4 Clyde Gentry Norma Robertson Q Ronald Gerringer Dean Somers if Hasseltine Hill Virginia Smith Z Bayard Hovdevson Nellie Somers Z Dolores Hutchins Faye Tickle Z Mary Lou Lemons Cooper Welker lg Bobby Lester Eugene Waters Carol Loman Dorothy West 55 Adrian Wilson Robert White Richard Nilsen Ray wnneseu 5 President ..... .... B obby Lester 5 Vice-President ..... Ronald Gerringer 1? Secretary-Treasurer...Cooper walker 2 Lazy- ? Class Flower: ggi Colors: Blue and White ,gig 'A Motto: "Not at the top, but climbing." ' a.:Eiuf: :: i ? ? 5? r .5 ' Picture of tenth grade student placed with ninth grade by mistake F' 5? 5: 45' 5? 457 if g?'i7 E? 52' 55? 5: 5: :r ,:' :I X ..- Tir. :-'E :':E :EEF E If? , fX Y gggggggggg'sgifiiiifiisiiifi 5 5 . E F 4 5 ,lg!.1il.f4-kLLL1u.i , 'A .E ?A E F' ? 5 Q -I D5 F' .5-Q 5 --1 ' 5 5 lst, row: Joyce 'Felt-ert, Minnie K. I-ioore, mary klilson, Mary bus Colclough, E L-'orot,hy Greener, Helen Hodge, Rae Alder, Dick Porter, Franklin Whitsell, if Jimmy nhitt., Augene CurtSS, bobby Iwance, ? 2nd row: Dot Nichols, Clare Hivette, Jackie Lemons, Doris Chriemon, Doris A will-zugnby, Betsy Gleeson, Arlin Lewis, Laweronce Tuck, Bobby Kinch, 5' Jimmy Key, Frankie smith. Y 5 3rd row: Dorthy Dabbs, Terry Burge, Peggy Longest, Betty Cverman, Jesse f Gresson, Roy Pooh, James fwimbish, Johnny Gentry, Jeff Simnans, Jimmy'Scott. 5 gtl- row: Lhermen '-nitsell, Johnny Lowe, Benny Howard, James Burgess, 5 Robert doin-sns, Herman Moore. 57 nbsent: .ernerd Brown, Iweul dren, Joseyh cron , .Lugene Matkins, 7 55 .lcxwvlyn Braxton, Iegpy Huffinef, I-lfwy Smith, Mildred hhitesell, 5 fonier Loy, aylvie lutnum. F' 3 5 5 :A ? 5 5 5 A E fiigggggfgffgiiiigifiiiiiiiiiiii Lv N f. ,Q X E, ,y ,1 ..f- X , :EE f I . HIHLHIIH fx .:' -Ill " ic. A ' 1:92 V' s r A X7 E X A ,rw I. J K H 17' Yi-- 3.0.4 sl .Er ' in - - - - - 2 2 - Sf 2 " E 'f 5' 5' 5 J' E " 5' E 5 57 ? Lgssggiiissiigg,,?'?.?f.:-:5':5f.:-igfrP5 . ? .4 ?' Q l gi ' A -1 5 5 7 5 5 2 2 5 5' ' . 5 ? Z 5 5 5 ', ? 5 A r 5 Q F 5 J .5 : F ? ? . J fs Q :h'T1"4 FA 'A FOOTBALL 5 is . 2' A Z 5 -S , Y . 5 For the first time in the history of the school, Alon High was repre- g 5 ? F4 sented on the gridiron by a six-man football team. The squad, according 5 S A ?i tu., couch Dicx Staten, had the second best team in the state on paper. The 5 .E '.. 5' season ended with 0 record of four wins and two losses. ' ? T5 lr, Serra-'ll E'-aeler, dll?-I1 had one of the finest high school passes in f 1 A 5 the state. J. B. .5eyn.uur, vsted the most outstanding and best all-around is glayer, wus first string quarterbacr: when he was not on the injured list. rg FI lem: Loy was high scorer for the squad at one end position. Lester .more 5 i held the other end down, Jimmy brarzton and Ronnie Black were a couple :I 5 5 of herd-rritting centers. Lash larker and Luddy Fcgleman alternated at F A 5 5 vflngbracx. iierold Rc-ber-tsnn was the hardest driving bacrziield men with e ' f little under a ten-yard per try average. Clifford Lhearye Ilzzyec pvauti- Yi ' .1 ? 5 Gully every position on the squad and held tlgcm down nicely. C. A. heron, '5 5 Cocqsr walker, and -ugene -waters rounded out the squad. bcnald layns did A :. E? 1 prund job was manager. lfollowirfg' are the schedule um scores.: 5 5 Elon O Robbins '43 ' .jlon WO 1-.ck-bins I' 5 7 10 r g Jlon Curry 12 4 ilon 19 lexjmzon .sc 5 F ' 'A g tim. uf lilot li " 11014 33 1111.11 G 5 F ' g fi 5 ? '- -1:5 5? 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First. how, left to right: Duruurd Loy, Lester Moore, Nash Parker, Buddy Foleeymen, donnie Blackg Second How, left to right: UN. E. LowelCoachJ, Max 151931, B111 Morton, Harris Isley Uvianasgerl GIRLS EuSKl1fTBAI.L i lrna d Row First Row, left to right.: U-Q1-is blncf., Lfvwha be-ers, f- iwcbertsnn, wary Alice -Haskins, bobbie nbezmathyg recon heity lon,s7KI-lanaperi, Jean dimnolls, ilfle Jenkins, Pegg liufy, Sm-isnirxe Uaklwy, Lorms. Hcbertson, I-me. :erin Hen -- - -'::.:'-'::::.:'.:1:i'f:5.i555":":"": ?5:?5E555!5F?55::::::::::: y Bra Tfiigt' Robe-rtsor., Eetty T,-J risfnt: Elrzn Dori? , left t-ttf-xv, n llloscki B . sf r 1 5 'A 5 5 5 V 5 V E? F: F F 'A F 5 f FA Z F' 5. 5 A 5 ':-f F sa .QE :: ? 2 E' I via 5 HB ? 5 F 5 Y 'A P' F I 4? Q a s . A 1 O w 4 L 3 ee :?':s'.. sE'.. .. .. " -:P .if -ftseef gf :FAQF if 22,55 ., a: 4: :r as gr :: a: gr A57 :- if er E? 4F'5? 557- 'ar gr :P .. A: 5: 3' Z Le Q- se he is .5 57 ' A 7 A E 7 yea 's I A :E A ' 5 A 1 A ii E 5 , jg 4 ' lig 4 fb? 'ea 'A if :A :S ' 3 eefi sf if 'AA j'e,i4 3 , , ig e 5 Q! E is -:-..--.. ?':::4:-:rg BOYS ' BASKETBALL The boys' basketball team was considered by many a disappointment du to their playing ability at times. Coaohed by Wilkes Lowe, the season ended with a record of fourteen wins and nine losses. The boys started the season without three of last yeer's team. These were Leon Loy, J. B. Seymour, and Harold Robertson. Robertson joined the squad at mid-season but after a few games was ruled ineligible by the county principals. The team went to the finals before losing their title as county champions which they have held for the past two years. They ended the season with a 26-20 loss to Mayodan in the Invitational Tournament in Winston-Salem. Following is the record of the games won and lost: . Elon 27 Eli Whitney 16 Elon Sylvan 6 30 ' Elon E. M. Holt 10 Elon Alexander Wilson 25 Elon Haw River lL Elon Altamahaw-Oss1peel7 Elon Graham 2h Elon Alexander Wilson 18 Elon Burlington H1-Y 26 Elon Burlington Hi-Y 26 Elon Mebane 26 Elon Anderson 17 Elon Eli Whitney 23 Elon Sylvan 32 Elon Gibsonville 19 Elon Ossipee 17 EIOD Anderson 15 Elon Graham 21 Elon Gibsonville 3A Elvn Alexander Wilson 22 ' Elon Sylvan 23 310D Graham 21 xE10H Mayodan 26 TOTALS L90 :.u:'.::: dll, , f-5 gf:-55-f5:.::::::.:4-5: a?55?555555'5':,5555,g'55g55fgggg E . - - - .. - - 5 claus BASKETBALL 5 Q The gir1s's basketball team, coached by Mrs. Earle Hardison, got off to 5' a slow start this year but ended up with a fairly good record of twelve wins 5 and eight losses. For the second straight year, Martha Beers led all scorers 5 with a total of three hundred eighty-eight points in twenty games, for an A average of nineteen points per game. This is the hlghbst total in the county 5? and one of the highest in the State. 'A Following are the total scores of games and individuals: 5 2 Elon E11 whitney L7 5: Elon Sylvan A2 5 Elon Alexander-Wilson BL 5. i Elon Haw River 31 i Elon Alcamanaw ossipee 17 5 Elon Graham 26 A i Elon Alexander Wilson 23 5 Elon Mebane 28 A Z Elon Anderson 22 i Elon an whitney 31, gi Elon Sylvan 36 5 - Q Elon Gibsonvllle 30 3 Elon Ossipee 19 W ?5 Elon Anderson 16 ' ,ji Elon Graham 19 .-5 FA Elon Haw River 23 i Elon G1bs0nv111e zo '5 i Elon Ossipee 15' i Elon Sylvan 39' i Elon Stoneville 213' as 5 -is "'3f,. 5 'County Tournament ' 2,3 g ,nlnvitationel Tournament in 5 Winston Salem xg? ? ma, hr 'ki i ' 2' .5 5 5 fs 5 7 -::.:::::-- -jfnrg 7I55'.-?5F5:3':r:5":'75-T-7.:::,:------:g--- f' fs 55- A" " :"' ea ssaggkg f gf-2 5 , L F 5 F 5 A EE F .4 1 F' A 1 5 A 5 2 , A E f A 5 .E E 7 5 5' A g A 5 5 r 5 J 5 F, 5 Y 1 5 F 5 V A F F 57 'A 1? 5 F A E 5 F' F. 5 F A 5 F. S 5 22-51:11 -53.1-a :-- --- ,f'1--:--gli-g-'i--zz :-::E:a',::i' :H ar :r cr :r g:- :r :- GT' f- er 5? 15' 1- Av' 57 4: ar :F sr 4:- gr :- :F ,- Wy Slhls' SOFTBALL TEAM The lQLb girls' softball teesfwas the first organized softball team -lun ever had. Coached by Mrs, Irene Covington, physical education ilrector for the girls, they won one and lost five games. Their only in was ever Graham by a Tm-10 score. - Sylvked by ritcners, hilme Robertshn and Lhrtha Beersg catcher, Doris .E outfielder, Aary Alice Watkins, they lost three of their five ' the run, Mebsne and Ossipee won two games each and Graham won girls are looking forward to e good season this year. ?::::'-.r-:es-4-gg-F---.-----v.---,.----- 1 1 0 n r x X 'EE E?-135 2?EE55555555iffiigiiiiiiiifi5 5 5 .4 5 A E 5 ? 5 5 5 5 V 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 F 5 5 5 7 5 a? r 5 5 Y 5 T . .5 E F A F A E 7 5 , 1 Upwhb 1, tt.: t,1,g,4 , , , . , - - .,L.,,-1, 1h-4 111 T -1.111 le out ani base- ball seas-X11 will mb 5 , ,, v , L -4 0 f P11 1 hr TJ1: 11f,'.,w,t 1 ueur's teen. and abbut TM-5 1':f".'w' N 1, , 5-I , lEf.,::' 1'1-fm 1 ,M-. ,, " "' " ' I ' ' ' 'i,1.Q:'3!g 110xmjf'Lmc-Lf f.70nA' T X,ff W, x , X 1. -Eff A. yy 'L ,Aly ,ld t.H1,bE,!.t5, V MHA f , Islay, 11' fx 1, , WU, . C1ifTo1'J X - ' , u f 7 Y mx XML P W lu 10:25 111- b , my 1 , '1' 1 .f. 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The Journalism Club, under the supervision of Mrs. Earle Hardison, sf took over at the beginning of the year the responsibility of printing the 55 school paper and high school ann l. Tw and all w the staff. Money for the annual w ua o issues of the paper were printed, 52 ork done on the annual with the exception of typing was done b Y as raised by sponsoring three movies and by ' charging an annual fee. The staff for the newspaper and the annua l are the same except for Business Manager and Assistant. For the annual Gilma Burge and Betty Long are Business Manager and Assistant respectively. Sditor-in-chief... Assistant Editor.. Feature Editor... Sports Editor .... Business Managers. Assistant Business Reporters ...... staff .........Ronnie Black . . Managers... ?ii:gifff5i iii :ff 5 Elna Doris Huey Jean Moody Wilma Robertson Lib Hoffman, Gilme Burge Mary alice Watkins, Betty Long Dorothy west, Jeanette Brown, Peg Clepp, mlsie Jenkins f:ff5if?iiiii-iiii 3 5 255: a ' . - 1 .5 2 -'S .... --ffffggri-55'5s55". gs5555555,:g5'sf5::-:---:-5- 5 5 , ? A , --1 ' I 5 ' wind U - f I 5 ' .z - if F 5 M1 H ' 'Z' ' 1 ? ' Q E A M1 t-- F 5" - I . "' i I A E F :' 5 2 5 7: F 5 5 3 1 5 F .5 K 4. i 2 5 E V 5' " A ".,, - 5 5 ' .V A 5 5 f. :mb 5 A F' A wiring' tie- 5'-abr 2... ':.uL 'wt the 41T5'T valurcmy 11. every mr-nth. A - 5 f A county council meeting was n-aid the third be.t.Lxrdag.' in tl.-P :mont at. Graham. '5 g Ihe 11r:t week ln .r,urc.1 .ws :-ft and-5 as hat.rm.1. ..H ww., at Wl11C,1 uma 5 5 all members wear their club pins s'ignit'yingg tzrelr :.'orE1 and time as a LH 5 A , - . . - r 5 5 member. Us sunday rs ubserve--1 every year on the tmrd .vuudey in Ley. fit 5 V i gi this time 1,21 members 01' their T85lECK'l'ld cmrch-QF Iur, cm u 51-f-P-rf..:g f' Firm F 5 Surt. rzvury fwznucr or the club has Hume :Crt uf jr-Qgect. Y.-5 .v rf, cr. and Levy Q F' . , 5 g a recom N1 lbr 'me year. , 5 lI'E:fj."1-ilk... ..vrrg11.1a Juan 5 :' FA A 'li-be lresldent-.. ..Curc.lyn lwrsmnon 5 I? J g :ear-etary.. ...Lillian Fatt-fr. ? .. A X E 5? , , - 5 ,- g sung r.eud9T.. ...Terry Lmrgxe f .F 5 r 5 YE 2 V. F' - 5 5 'A 5 5 ? F, 5 i 5 F , F 5 1 ggiiiissg ig::::::------- W 1 'N S... ' YE :Er 35235 'EEE-": HA.: F Q :Ea E Y A E g .5 F 5 5 5 F E 5 5 F , 5 F A g 5 5 S? A A E5 F 5? A 5 Y '1 'A 5 E 2' r 5 fssgggggggffiigiifiigi 2: ,,.- . 1. n . SEI Q T1lX.:,:.5 DILJLLHLTICQ GLUE During the gast, year tnere hbve been many things discussed during dmv were discussed ubics Neriid. R-,any tj: 1-12 of plays weru talked about and kinda uf 1 I 2 I I I Jane .2cC1ure :fave an ixxterDFti:.,g 'talk un malt-auyg Jifrmxy L, ' yr-Lvferti es . cussed types oi' lightingg ard Yum: .if1?I.Ll'L, limit: the 0011952-, tulhfd 1 Lffi-"-' 1 r-AL ldfiY'kf.. H LM? A 10511151-' 51 .mcr-fturjp.. E F E E Y A 5 F 5 F 7 . 5 F Tren:-ur-er. .. .-dvgsver. . . Jw.: 5.311 '-:inf Betty Jane HQ?-en kitty LQ-ve Janice Goaizugn Miss neitzel L Lf? 555555555iifiiiiiiiiiiiii51 5 7 A 5 5 5' r r -- -6' 5 Z ,,.!Lm4L '- 1-.lwhii II 7. 5 , .K 5 e J - 1 'A - 5 3 A il ? 5 'A 5 - ?A ei : .A 2 . I 5 THE B CLUB 5 5 2 5 '5 The B Club was organized at the beginning of the school year, 19l+6-1.7 5 5' '. L under the supervision of lvlrs. Ni. W. Hook. f E The officers are: President, Tessie Zimmerman, Vice-President, June E L-Iatkinsg Secretary, Elizabeth Hoffmang Treasurer, Peg Clapp. g Q The club then drew up its constitution which includes the club's pledge: g 'To create and uphold friendship, honor, service, and scholarship at Elon ig Public Schoo1." ? 5. 5 Charter members are: Teseie Ziumlerman, June Matkine, Elizabeth Hoffman, 5 5 Gilma Barge, Lucy Whiteeell, Peg Clapp, Elma Doris Huey, Josephine Campbell, Q Winfred Brown, Betty Peeler, Jeanette Brown, Mary Lou Kernodle, Faye Tickle, 75 Ann Matkins, Betty Lou Curtis, Bettie Crawley, Joanne Martin, Christine F f - 5 5 Oakley. F - '5 3 5' 5' 5 5 E , ? ? 5 ? g A 5 . .5 5 5':f::55.?55::::::::::::::::4:5.-554 E ..,: 114 ik E: :.:4x A 1 23. 9.3 E I L5 5? 5 55 4 5 5 5 5 ? 5 E fi? 5 ri 5 F' 5 5? 5 F4 E F' A 5 F A 2 1 F. 5 'A 5 2 ? :,f,:-52:5-?:,,:?.7,?,-:gg:-'::::.e1:-:g'.f:'r 5:55::g-'i-rszz.-5L:',.?'iff:f':f5:T.1T'5:E-' HOME ECONOMlCS CLUB The Home Economics Club met every Tuesday in the Home Economics room during the past year. The club is supervised by Mrs. McCauley, Home Ec- onomics teacher. The enrollment rose from twelve at the beginning of the year to twenty members at the present time. at the beginning of WRush Neeku a tea was given for all new members who were initiated into the club. The Home Economics Club has studied arrangement of makeup and haireos and are making things for their hope chest. The club year was highlighted by a formal dinner given in January. Several members of the faculty were present, and special music was rendered by Ronnie Black. 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