Goldsboro High School - Gohisca Yearbook (Goldsboro, NC)

 - Class of 1922

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WHO’S WHO IN THE FACULTY “Here’s to the Faculty, Hard, But Not as Hard as They Look” First, in tin 1 hearts of the seniors is Miss Nellie Cobb, our room taeeher. Although few of us have any subjects under her, we are continually aware of her presence by the eternal reminder, “Shep, please sit down and don ' t talk so loud.” Miss Nellie is always talking of the standards “her” seniors ought to set for the school. Her aspirations are always the brightest possible for us She attended Norfolk College and Boston Cooking School. Let us now consider our Principal, Mr. Emory. He has been with us two years and has shown us that he is “one of us.” He is there when the fun comes and there when the seriousness comes. He must be a very eloquent speaker to bring out twenty-five women on a snowy night to hear him discuss Ibsen’s plays at the Dramatic Club. lie graduated, from Randolph-Macon, where he obtained his A. B. degree and later at Columbia, where he received his M. A. degree. One of the most generous teachers is Miss Walk ‘”. She gjv ' s us four or five Geometry propositions a day and says, “You can rest around Christmas,” but her Christmas always conies in June. She- likes all forms of athletics, and is a good basketball coach. Miss Walker came from Spray, N. C. She is an alumna of Queen ' s College. Charlotte. Miss Kornegay, our French Teacher, takes great pride in her French classes. Some¬ times, we think that she. talks and writes French all the time. The only thing that worries her is how to keep Thomas Dampen quiet. Both in her training of tin cast and business managership, she has been a worthy successor of Miss Summered in taking charge of the Junior play. She graduated from Trinity, where she received her A. P . degree. As I pass by the Chapel, I hear someone saying, “Let me have you quiet, or I will take up part of your recess. " I look in and see Miss Edmundson, our Music Teacher, for two years. She came from Bristol, Ya. She graduated from the State Normal at Farmville, Ya. Mr .Shepard, who is a new teacher, succeeded Miss Summered in tin science department. He is also the coach of ad athletics and a good one too. He deserves much praise for the way in which he coached foot bad and basket bad, for the willinggness to help us in everyhting. Up at Carolina lie made a record as one of tin best basketball stars ever produced at the Univer¬ sity. He is a man of very few words when it comes to speech making. He graduated from the University, where he received his A. B. degree. The other day, I heard someone say, “Boy, that man has certainly fixed up things in the Manual Training Shop. ' That man” is Mr. Wagner. He has to do ad the speech-making for Mr. Shepard, so he says. He attended Miami t ' allege, Ohio, where he received his diploma in Industrial Education, There is one teacher that you can ' t say much about because she is seldom seen in the halls. She is Miss Jemison, who presides over the Domestic Science department. Oftentimes, however, I have heard the teachers and the parents of the pupils say that she is cooking some mighty nice foods. She graduated from the Alabama Syndical College, where she received her A. B. degree. “All right. Ed. be quiet,” is all you can hear in the fourth period study had. The speaker is Miss Pegram of the English department. Miss Pegram takes pleasure in the de¬ bate ' s and spends all her spare time in helping pupils. Much of the success of the inter-class debates this year were due to her untiring efforts. Slid attended Winthrop College at Rock Hid, S. ( ' ., where she received her A. B. degree. Miss Jones, History and Science Teacher, is a newcomer to our school. She has proven herself to be a good uatured and willing teacher. Miss Jones is the kind that say si what she thinks. She does it. however, in such a pleasant manner that sin offends no one. Miss Jones graduated from Winthrop College, also, where slm received her A. B. degree. We have one teacher, who by the rumors I have heard from the pupils and downtown, seems about to go into the matirimonial business. This is Miss Gary. She has taken much interest in the Junior Play and the debates. She graduated from Randolph-Macon Woman’s College. We have back with us this year, Mrs. Davis. Since she has come back, the business department has been growing rapidly. We owe to Mrs. Davis a great part of the annual be¬ cause she has helped us so much with the typing and has given her help with so much willing¬ ness. Mrs. Davis graduated from Bowling Green Business College, where she received a B. S. S. degree and from Franklin Finale College, when ' she received the A. B. degree. Among our teachers is one who is so quiet and who attends so strictly to business that only the members of the Latin Department know her very well. It is said that she is generous in her assignments but sympathetic with the efforts of those who seek to carry them out. One often encounters freshmen going rather tardily from school who explain upon being questioned that they were “getting a little help on Latin from Miss Shaw.” She attended Oxford ( ' allege, where she received her A. B. degree. Last, comes our faithful English Teacher, Miss Peele. She has taught us Seniors four years. She has proven to us that she is an ideal teacher. She is good natured to the end, and is one of the fairest of the squarest. To her we owe the success of the debates for the last five years, and it has been great. Her knowledge of English is so thorough that we are as¬ tounded that one head can hold it all. She received it from Oxford College and U. N. C. —Louis Mayo ’22 Twelve



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