Goldsboro High School - Gohisca Yearbook (Goldsboro, NC)

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' 'P f' Jiilliy Lgaastm, n Q """' If 1? ao- re'-M DEDICATED 'ED THE ElllllllllEED We have lots to thank him tor, l-le has done all he could to keep our class on the right track for the tour years vve have ridden on the Goldsboro High School Express. l-le's a great goyg he's been a real friend ever since we tirst knevv hirn lt is because ot these things that we affectionately dedicate the V950 Gohisca to lvlr. C. W. Tvviford, OUR ENGINEER. i 69 fN it lax Q i X y A we K5 ? ,l.w""'UMkf 'wNhza0"'i 'Inu-" M The conductors of the 'SO G.l-l.S. Express hope you will enjoy your ride on our train from the time you board the engine 'til you step off the Caboose. To the Flagmen, Grease Monkeys, Porters, Ticket Sellers, Brake-men, and the general repairmen who have no definite title and who did the indefinite but necessary things, "Thank you" for a swell job. Our appreciation goes to the Firevvoman, Mrs. William Craven, who has given us the steam to forge ahead. ALL illlllillllll Q xf Q A Z ,""" """----.Ng 4.:.."..... ? xi x 5 mmlif X Q ,f f 7i2,,, QQ yy I by EN! ' ,Q , :Z L-any . f - x ' n- -I -Q, 1 -bo.. mlislzq -'.h V Q , 55 Qoum FACULTY Q' THE FIREMEN 3 62 - r Q ., -'Z if f 'f vfl' I K Y - 2 f i1--ii .fAAA - 1 - , l 1 .5 X 53.5352 ' 4 .Eff ' W' . 11 ia, W knew..-Q ,pun Wig: 'UQ , if im 1 j? fr i Si Mr. Ray Armstrong, Superintendent, A.B., MA., University of North Carolina, Mr. Clement Wake Twi- ford, Principal, AB., ME, University of North Carolina, Woodrow W. Barden, Louisburg College, Miss Frances D. Bayne, B.S., University of Missouri, Anthony Blysak, BS., State Teachers College, Pa., Mrs. Clarinda Britt, BS., Madison College, Clifton Britton, AB., MA., East Carolina Teachers College, Wil- liam Causey, BA., Elon College, Mrs. B. W. Cox, Woman's College, Mrs. William Craven, B.A., Brenau College, Charles W. Doalc, BS, N, C. State, Miss Emma Lou Garner, B.A., W.C.U.N.C., Miss Elizabeth Grant, BA., W.C.U.N.C., Mr. Andrew Griffith, B.A., U.N.C.' N Q L 'E ,es-WH 956 ig f3""'H mi fn Tqgjp' .2 Mrs. Thomas Griffin, B.A., Greensboro College, Miss Nancy E. l-linson, BA., E.C.T.C., B.S., George Pea- body College, Miss Janie C. lpock, W.C.LJ.N.C.g R. Norris Jeffrey, BS., N. C. State, MA., U,N.C., Miss Geraldine Jones, BA., Meredith College, Miss Hazel McKeel, AB., Atlantic Christian College, Miss Kath- leen Mills, AB., Flora MacDonald College, Miss lna Mixon, B.S., Guilford College, Eugene Roberts, BA., MA., Wake Forest College, Miss Agnes Rudisill, BA., Lander College, MA., LJ.N.C., Miss Nancy Shep- herd, A.B., W.C.U.N.C.g Mrs. Ruth R. Shine, B.S., University of Missouri, Miss Eleanor Simpson, BA., Duke University. Student' Teachers from the University' of North Carolina: Mr. Johnny O'NeilI, Mr. l-lersey Persons. 'w- L,Q F, S'-va -4. , x MSM r w 3 I 7' N ll kb N ifililfmf .11 Nun- my 05 5 gf af 3 ,1 1 l""Xf ffifffi MPM- is., BOBBY WATSON .... ....... P resident JANET COOK ..... ..... V ice-President BETTY BARBEE ...... ..... S ecretary CARLIE l-llNNANT ..... ..... T reasurer Colors. .Lavender and White Flower . . . .... Iris Motto. . ."Toward Progress" CLASS SONG Lavender and white, dear, Our pledge we make to you, A royal class with colors bright, The class of dear titty. Oh, may we keep before us Our symbols shining light, Our colors leading, Our class proceeding, We follow on to victory and to might. l-lere's to our dear old High School Our loyalty we bring, And as we enter into thy portals Our honors we proclaim, So sing thy students, Goldsboro High School, The class of dear titty For we shall keep our colors Bright, Goldsboro, dear, for you. Billy Adams "When in doubt keep silent." l-lome Room President l 5 D.E. President 35 S.A. Representative 3, Karl Vernon Albert "You would quickly learn to know him by his voice." Goldsmasquers 3, 45 Manager Radio Work- shop 45 Chief Marshal 45 NHS. 3, 45 State President 45 Athletic Committee Chairman 35 Latin Club 25 Annual Staff 35 "The Wil- low and I" 35 "The Swan" 35 "Out of This World" 35 "Ramshackle Inn" 45 "All My Sons" 45 "The Shepherds' Song" 35 "The Well Remembered Voice" 35 Men's Chorus 45 High School Register 4. Eugene Allen "l-lere is a man to hold against the world." Home Room Officer l5 Cioldsmasquers 25 Delegate to Engineer Exposition 35 Metal Trades Officer 3. Kenneth Jefferson Allen "One of those all round boys so rarely found." S.A. Representative l, 25 Class Vice-Presi- dent 25 Spanish Club 3, 45 Vice-President 45 Centennial 25 Varsity Club 3, 45 President 45 Class Council l, 25 Varsity Football 3, 45 Honorable Mention All Conference 45 Jun- ior Football 25 Sportraits 25 Goldsmasquers 2, 3, 45 President 45 Men's Chorus 45 East- ern Drama Festival 35 "The Swan" 3. Barbara Jean Anderson "lt's easy girls, if you only have the eyes." Class Vice-President 35 Marshal 45 Com- mittee Chairman N.C.S.C.C. Dance 45 French Club 3, 45 Band l, 2, 3, 45 F.l-l.A. l, 25 Junior-Senior Dance Committee 35 CO-Chairman Junior Dance Refreshment Committee 35 Co-Chairman Junior Parade Committee5 Sophomore Social Committee 25 S.A. Council 35 Class Council 2, 3. Russell Eugene Anderson "l might as well take my time, there's a whole life ahead of me." l-lomeroom President l5 Vice-President 35 Library Representative 3, 45 Distributive Education Club 3, 45 Official Delegate to State D.E. Convention in Greensboro 35 Goldsmasquers 25 Scenery "Shepherds Song," "Nothing But the Truth," "Brief Candle," "First Lady"5 "l-li News" Reporter 25 Visual Education 3. ?""5 S115 f J X sf wi. .i Y 35 v '35 A' l -J' TQ? ily, 5 It pg- sz- , 5 :tri 5, X Q, 1. 5 I ,-5, 55 ' 1 t 2 - ' Q 7, 4 QQ' , f ...VA 'sg Q P ' 3 D Y? - sis 5 'ffyffif A 3 95' sw if s 'T . ' C if .' .vm 3 ' lt ff rl' ,ff be Q 1 F gx wt J. flu. xi, .3 KAV4 . A' ,X Tllulv' K E rw ii - . JR ' . xv if , iii , .P .mf E T ,. A '57, 155 ,ns -.,,.,, .ra ff: V ' "W A V 1' 1 Wi' fs' ' 2 , ,ag . A ff' Xfgai- 4-1556. 5 5'f,-55 It fl 15 4155. I ' .1 T P35527 ' V 1' i. 'H-J' ' V' ' f,iQ'..n.,,,f,, v. 1,1 if ' u3b'sth5S.'K1-t"S4'-R-42.1K - ' u I Xtx.- Qfuril .anim Uri mx WV? . t f NUMB or f cg. 'lim-M. .,,1...w+ "1 .U S W it F 2- S 2. E :' ., Q- f 'i i- A"""""l ,,,,,,,,., 'live-llmnnih tttgfi'-?f it 5 'fi ' ' ' ""rz '.-nf 'F q ."r,9'o'f',, . .vii ' A-A X ",5g53fj,,. -1 5g,".3H.",..f ,-,sf ua 1 .-We GW, as www ,Ac . 1 ,Mb 5 , W '. alfa, Wa . S Z LEFT? Wait i rw- i , .., . Q t fm 2- A 1 Mawr MQ? ww WTS, M R W, - ' ,fw--" -'g,..',W . ., ttw. , , ft M. Q... 0. ' aww 50 an J.. 0 if Betty Jane Barbee "Who would know her without her pleasing smile." , Marshal 45 Class Secretary 45 Gohisca Staff 45 Quill and Scroll 3, 45 "l-li-News" 2, 3, 4, Exchange Editor 2, 3, Business Manager 45 Board of Elections 2, Chairman 45 Golds- masquers 25 Stage Design "Nothing But the Truth" 25 French Club 3, 45 Devotional Committee 35 FHA, l,25 N.C.S,C.C. Pub- licity Committee 4. Dillon Barfield HI have no secret of success but hard work." Class Council 25 Visual Education Commit- tee 35 SA. Council 35 Goldsmasouers 2, 3, 45 New York Trip 25 Stage Manager 35 Head Stage Manager 45 "The Land ls Bright" 25 "First Lady" 25 "Life With Fa- theri' 35 "The Willow and I" 35 "The Swan" 35 "The Tavern" 35 "Ramshackle Inn" 45 "All My Sons" 45 "Brief Candle" 25 Cen- tennial 2. Gracie Kimball Batten "Shes small but that does not cramp her style." Homeroom President l, 45 Senior Council l, 45 SA. Council l, 35 Fl-lA. 2, 3, 45 Junior- Senior Refreshment Committee 35 Glee Club l 5 Glee Club Concert l 5 Centennial 25 Fashion Show 2, 35 Library Representative l, 3. Kenneth David Bedford 'llt is the will that makes the action good or' ill." l-lomeroom Officer l, 25 Flag Committee l 5 Delegate Engineers' Exposition 2, 35 Metal Trades Officer 2, 35 l-lomeroom Represen- tative 3. Lovelace Sutton Bell "Never put off till tomorrow what you can put off till day after tomorrow." Junior Football l, 25 Varsity Football 3, 4, S5 Varsity Club 3, 4, 55 Co-Captain 55 Hon- orable Mention All Conference 3, 45 Sec- ond Team All Eastern 55 Goldsmasquers 2, 3, 45 "The Land ls Bright"5 "Shepherds Song"5 "Bethlehem Road" 25 l-lomeroom President 35 Men's Chorus 5. Robert Earl Bell "A gentleman makes no noisef' Goldsmasquers 25 Scenery "Land ls Bright"5 "First Lady"5 Shepherds' Song", Centen- nial 35 l-lomeroom President 35 D.E. Club 3, Vice-President 45 Official Delegate to Greensboro 3. Mary Lee Benson "A girI's both friendly and sweet." Library Representative l , Homeroom Secre- tary 2, Homeroom Vice-President 3, Junior- Senior Refreshment Committee 3, FHA. l, 2, S.A. Representative l. Elizabeth Best "The best of sports in any game, in other things the same." New Hope High School l, 2, Spanish Club 3, 4, Homeroom Vice-President 3. Robert Merle Best "There's no snare for a woman's heart like waving red hair," French Club 3, 4, Varsity Club 3, 4, Varsity Football 3, 4, Men's Chorus 4, Junior- Senior Committee 3, Goldsmasquers 2, 4, All Conference Honorable Mention 4. Ernest Metz Bizzell "For a bashful boy he gets into an awful lot of mischief." Athletic Committee l, Goldsmasquers 2, Latin Club 4, Junior-Senior Program Com- mittee 3, Homeroom President l, 2, NC. S.C.C. Publicity Committee 4, Homeroom Vice-President 3, Varsity Basketball 4, Junior Varsity Basketball 3. John Gold Borden "We know what we are but not what we may be." Class President 3, Marshal 4, Class Treas- urer l, "Gohisca" Advertising Manager 4, Varsity Tennis l , Junior Varsity Football 2, Varsity Football 4, Latin Club l, 2, S.A. Decoration Committee l, 3, Harmony Four 3, 4, Men's Chorus 4, Junior-Senior Com- mittee 3, "Out of This World" 3. Florence Earl Bowden "lt's better to wear out than rust out." Editor, N.C.S.C.C. Journal 4, Associate Editor, "Gohisca" 4, Goldsmasquers 2, 3, 4, Bus. Mgr. 4, High School Register 4, N.H.S. 3, 4, Marshal 4, Class Editor '48 "Gohisca" 2, Foreign Schools Committee Chairman 4, "The Willow and I" 3, "The Tavern" 3, "Uncle Jim" Series 3, "Shep- herds' Song" 2, 3, "One Special for Doc" 3. -1: Y.t':'-::::"rT"i-f-V--fa--M - - "Wr"' Y""""""---rr' -lv' 'W'-1. 'ffm Washnngton Keuth Boyknn Better a wutty fool than a foolush wut D E Club 4 Treasurer 4 Homeroom Pres: dent 2 Treasurerl 4 Bandl 2 3 Cen tennlal 4 Music Contest l 2 Peggy Ann Brltt She knows how to do thrngs and does them SA Rec Secretary 4 Nl-lS 3 4 State Publlclty Chairman 3 4 Class Pres l A l 2 3 4 VncePre 2 Pre Regnonal Rally 3 Marshal 4 French Club 3 4 l-llgh School Reglster 4 Gohnsca Senior Edltor 4 NCSCC Delegate 4 Coldsmasquers 3 4 Advertlslng Mgr 4 The Wlllow and I 3 Ramshackle Inn 4 Shepherds Song 3 Junnue Kenelm Brock You tlnd yourself refreshed by the presence of cheerful people Jay Vee Team 48 Football Lubrary Rep Mass Slmpson Stage Crew Member 48 49 Goldsmasquers 4B 49 DE lll 49 50 Class Treasurer DE Miss Bayne Boy Chorus 49 50 Cecil Argo Brown A deal more to hum than you see SA Councul Representative 2 Vlsual Edu canon Committee 4 Presndent l-lomeroom 2 Sec l-lomerooml Vlce Presrdent Home room 2 Sec and Treas l-lomeroom 4 Edmond Jasper Brown Cursed be he that moves my bones DE Club2 3 4 Boys Cholr DE Secre tary Treasurer Malcolm Jack Burruss l-le hlmselt seems made for merrlment SA Rep l 2 Span1shCIubl 2 Gohusca Staft4 Bandl 2 3 4 Centennial 2 .lr Sr. Commrttee 3 Jr. Varsrty Football 3 Jr. Varsity Basketball 3' Sports-Midgets l 2 3 4' Sports Award-Ping Pong Champion in 48' Most Valuable Intermediate Player in 47' Goldsmasquers 4. Anne Watson Butler "Ever loyal ever true to the task 'twas hers to do." Community Service Committee 3, 4, Chair- man 4, Spanish Club 3, 4, Fl-lA. l, 2, "Gohisca" Statt 4, Centennial 2, Jr.-Sr Program Committee 3, Nl-l.S. 3, 4, Vice- Pres. ot N.l'lS. 4, Goldsmasouers 2, 3, 4, Marshal 4, "Shepherds Song" 2, 3, l'Noth- ing But the Truth" 2, "Lite with Father' Props Chairman 3, "The Willow and l' Promoter 3, "Three Strikes, You're Out" 2, High School Register 4. i v William Love Charlton "Will turn out on top." Manteo l, 2, Goldsmasquers 3, 4, Advertis- ing Manager 4, "Uncle Jim" 3, "The Ca- thedral" 3, "The Boy Who Discovered Spring" 3, Varsity Club 3, 4, Varsity Base- ball 3, 4, Varsity Basketball 4, Junior Bas- ketball 3, Sport Traits 3, French Club 3, 4, Senior Council 4, l-lomeroom President 3, Library Representative 3. Ethelene Coley "What is aught but as 'tis valued." Joseph B. Collins "Happy go lucky, fair and tree. Nothing ever bothers me." Band l, 2, 3, l-lomeroom President l , Cen- tennial 2, l-lomeroom Treasurer 3, Senior Representative 4. Janet Corina Cook "Let what comes, come, it's coming anyway." Class Vice-President 4, Goldsmasquers 3, 4, Co-Advertising Manager 4, French Club 3, 4, Latin Club l, 2, Last Will and Testa- ment 4, Bulletin Board Com. l , Social Com. 2, Devotion Com. 3, 4, P.T.C. Member 4, Band l, 2, Jr.-Sr. Program Chairman 3, Jr Dance Com. 3, Jr. Week Program 3, "Go- hisca" Advertising 4, "Uncle Jim" 3, "Shep- herds' Song." James' Frederick Cooke "l was born alone so let me stay." Nahunta l-li School l , l-lomeroom Treasurer 2, l-lomeroom President 3, l-lomeroom Sec- retary 3, DF. Club 3, 4, l-lomeroom Presi- dent 4, Homeroom Treasurer 4, l-lomeroom Secretary 4. rv lfil i , , v . y , 3 i f Ti il- ,-ffkg,,,. ,4- lbs 1-15'-RR, f.fW:g,,,.x, 5 ......1.n1h-p......- .......-.... mt, ff 5 7 lx MQW , - Q 'iw 5 ,?A, b f 2 X 5, 5 5, f xx E 45 ,Z v T N ln David J. Crawford "Too lovv they build who build beneath the stars," President Bible Class ll. Walter E. Culbreth5 Jr. "lt worry vvere the only cause ot death, l would live forever." Junior Football 25 Varsity Cheerleader 35 Flag Committee Chairman 25 Marshal 45 French Club Treas. 45 Goldsmasquers 25 Freshman Initiation 25 Varsity Club 4. William l-lenry Dameron 'lDo right, and tear no mang don't write and tear no woman." Goldsmasduers 35 45 "Shepherds Song" 35 "National Employ" 35 Junior Football 25 35 SA. Council 45 Jr. Class Council 35 Boys' Chorus 45 Jr.-Sr. Dance Committee 35 l-lomeroom Pres. 2, 35 Advertising Manager 4. Lois Christine Daniels "Blue eyes have been the dovvntall tor more than one man." Marshal5 Jr.-Sr. Refreshment Committee 35 Latin Club 25 Glee Club l, 25 l-lomeroom Secretary 2, 35 Flomeroom President l 5 l-lomeroom Treasurer 35 Library Represen- tative 25 Easter Program. Bobby Gray Darden "Everything comes to those who wait-so why get in a hurry?" Goldsmasquers 3, 45 "Shepherds Song" 35 "Ramshacl4le Inn" 45 "The Swan" 35 "The Cathedral" 35 "One Special for Doc" 35 Advertising Com. 35 Housing Com, tor Westminster Choir 45 Cheerleader 45 Latin Club l 5 25 3, 45 Sophomore Picnic Chairman 25 SA. Council 3. Ruth Lee Daughtry "A quiet maid is this little lass, but has good standing in her class." Marshal 45 French Club 35 D.E. Club Mem- ber 35 4. Charles E. Davis "What is to come we know not but what has been is as good." Rosevvood lg Jr. Varsity Football 25 Jr. Varsity Basketball 2, 35 Varsity Football 3, 45 Varsity Basketball Manager 45 Varsity Club 3, 45 Recording Secretary 45 Golds- masouers 45 Jr,-Sr, Decoration Committee 35 Sportraits 45 Men's Chorus 45 Marshal 45 I-lomeroom Pres. 4, Romona Davis "Quiet taste and manners mild." Ruby Naomi Deans "A kind heart is worth all the world." l-lomeroom Devotional Chairman l 5 l-lome- room Vice-President 25 Flomeroom Treas- urei 35 Library Assistant 35 Fashion Shovv l, , Lelia Ruth Edmundson "Our thoughts and our conduct are our own." FHA. l, 2, 35 Goldsmasquers 35 45 Jr.-Sr, Decoration Com. 35 l-lomeroom Rres, 2, 35 l-lomeroom Vice-Pres, l, 25 l-lomeroom Treas. l5 2, 35 l-lomeroom Library Repre- sentative l5 2, 3, 45 Centennial 25 NC. S.C.C. Transportation Com55 Career Day Flostessg Co-Circulation "l-li-News" Mag. 45 "l-li-Nevvsu Shop 45 Radio Broadcasting 3, 4. James Blair Ellis "I ain't lazy-I just haven't found a suitable occupation." Nl-l S. 45 SA Pres. 45 SA Vice-President 35 lNlC.S.CC, Treasurer 45 Flag Committee 25 Board of Elections I5 Assembly Com. Chairman 35 "l-li-News" 3, 45 Sports Editor 3, 45 Quill and Scroll 3, 45 Class Prophet 45 Varsity Football Manager 35 Varsity Club 2, 3, 45 Goldsmasquers 2, 45 l-ligh School Reg- ister 4. Madeline Irene Epps "Silence accomplishes much that noise Cannot." l-lomeroom President l, 2, 45 l-lomeroom Sicre ary 35 Centennial 25 Glee Club l, 25 Siate Music Festival l, 2. r - "mi--' r ' av-A -rf QQ! 55, 5 ' d 555 5,1 l Di 'KV YN . .Q sf 5' ti ' Q ""1":g1ff" t 1' , 2 4 'fi i My QI X? sl' my 'JV' 1 -.ala-""' E17-nv" 'lv- ,i""s lima, are T , as -2221.-if VN-,W 1 R, I f ,If Colleen Elizabeth Faircloth "She's little but she's wlseg she's a terror tor her size," Majorette 3, 4g F.l-l,A. l, 2, 4g l-lomeroom Ot icerl 2 3 4 Glee Club Rep l 2 4' S A Rep 2 Llbrary Rep 4 Centenn1al2 Vollue Fanrcloth Labor conquers all thangs Spanush Club 3 Goldsmasouers 2 3 4 Land ls Brlght 2 Flrst Lady 2 T e Wlllow and I 3 Out ot Thus World 3 The Shepherds Song 2 3 The Tavern 3 All My Sons 4 Mens Chorus Paul Flowers The best of men may love repose Goldsmasquers 4 5 Llghtlng Dlrector 5 Lute Wrth Father 4 Shepherds Song 4 OutofTh1sWorId 4 The Tavern 4 The Swan 4 All My Sons 3 E C D F r Sr Mlnnle Ruth Forehand The surest way not to tall as to determrne to succeed N l-lS 4 SA Correspondrng Sec 4 Asst Chuet Marshal 4 French Club 3 4 2nd Vrce Presldent 4 l-ln News Edltor 4 FHA l .4 3 4 County Reporter3 Cen tenn1al2 The Willow andl 3 Commun :ty Servace Com l Board of Electrons 2 3 GleeClubl 2 3 Class Councnl Representa tlve 2 l-ll News Circulation Manager 2 l-llgh School Register 4 John Robert Fredrack Glrls are luke streetcars there ll be another along an a tew mlnutes Jr Sr Commnttee 3 Varslty Club 2 3 4 Varsrty Football 3 4 All Conference l-lon Mentlon 4 Varsuty Baseball 2 3 4 Jr Footballl 2 Jr Baseballl Goldsmasquers 2 Goldln the l-lulls OutotThrsWorld Glee Club l Mens Chorus 4 l-larmony Four Quartet 3 4 Norma Gertrude Frlck l-ler heart as true as steel Cathedral Latln l-ll l Glee Club l 2 Latin Club 2 l-lomeroom V Pres 2 Homeroom Sec 3 Library Rep 3 4 Jr Representatrve 3 Co Exchange Edltor H1 News 4 Stat Music Festival 2 v f Y Y I I ' I I 1 . , . , . , . 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'uf xx ., ' ' lfl'Q"' , - ' MI ,ai av v, Il' sf Ami I 5'1" ' . 4 1 , 5 3--iff! at ,gp - .1 - .fgflfs Q ,, 1- .., I I 1 1'f?s-Ysff, as 1 1 ' I "-,fl QQ 154' :I I ,1'I,y J I-,J fif' X . 1 :, ,I 1 I 'Ig' I I I- ' . 'I 1 ,' 1.0.4 I IC" ,," 33 - . ,- u-, '...-...:,::::.:.. l-1 Vx 1 Coy Dee Gainey "From this little spark may burst a mighty flame." Goldsmasquers 2, 4, 5, "Bethlehem Road" 2, Varsity Club 4, 5, Football 4, 5, Baseball 5, S.A. Representative 4, Freshman lnitia- tion Program 2, lvlen's Chorus 5, Home- room President 4, 5, Cheering Squad l. John Marvin Garris "At your age do you think it is right?" Football 4, Junior-Senior Decoration Com- mittee 3, "Star of Bethlehem" 3, "The Shepherds' Song" 4, Goldsmasquers 3, 4, 5, Homeroom President 3, Treasurer 3. Owen Francis Ginn, Jr. "What is not fully understood is not possessed." . French Club 3, 4, Latin Club 2, 3, 4, S.A. Representative 2, Sop. Council Rep. 2, l-lomeroom President 2. Ludie Cay Grantham "Quiet, gentle and refined, always thoughtful and very kind," Rosewood 9, Glee Club 2, 3, 4, D,E. 4, F.l-l.A. 2, 3, 4. Ashton Thomas Griffin, lll "l-le acts as if it were impossible to fail- that makes his success." N.A.S.C. Delegate 3, N.C.S.C.C. Pres. 4, "Gohisca" Editor 4, Photographic Editor 3, Goldsmasquers l, 2, 3, 4, Advertising Mgr. 2, 3, Bus. Mgr. 4, French Club 3, 4, Nl-l.S. 3, 4, High School Register 4, 'fThe Willow and li' 3, "The Tavern" 3, "Bethlehem Road" l , "Shepherds Song" 2, 3, NY. Drama Festival 2, Most Likely to Succeed 4. Joyce Blue Gurley "l have a heart with room for every joy." Rosewood l,2, Spanish Club 3, Sec. 4, Glee Club 3, Librarian 4, Jr.-Sr. Invitations Committee 3, Board of Elections Commit- tee 4, lntramural Basketball 3, 4, Golds- masquers 4. ' ?v -- - -- - 6, . my-Q, 9 fsf: , Sf V I ne w V F ' aww, ,f t ia 24 H x As P5 ,'V f , 'F if ,'i W C . 4.4, lt , , i, T ti4i J , .3 M, gf' it - i, '15 4 Q . 5, iilal 'C ' I C ,, . , fix! ,,,f "'-Jf' ,wx -,S N. X V fb 'X , it 2' ' 45.8 , , ,., 1 wy,,f.w, 1,1 ' P' ' it 576 .12 ,Qf . ' .gif fe- ,. 141.1 2:45 C' if If '? 54 A' gf.. 3 '3'1f t if if aww D- -ff' . . 'L 'Y 'J 0 fb., "" 0 it N as-,.,s-vel' 4'U'R5g, -rf I f X ii iw' I I If ri zz' ' 'atv il. -Kwan '61 7 "YWnh-,,,? ima 'Fi 2'4" iv J an I K WM Q fwsfya, Robert Lloyd Gurley lt s no use puttung up your umbrella untr It rains Jr Football l 2 Varslty Football 3 4 C0 Captarn 4 Varsnty Baseball 3 4 Varsity Club 3 4 Sportrauts 4 lvlen s Chorus SA Representatrve 2 l-lomeroom Pres l 3 Walter Dallas Gurley Jr When good natured people leave us we look torward wnth extra pleasure to their return SA Rep 3 4 French Club 3 4 Varslty Club 3 4 Jr Varsuty Football l Varsity Baseball3 4 Sportrarts4 lVlensChorus4 Goldsmasquers 4 Varsity Football 3 4 Joseph Francus l-lallow Save your breath to cool your porndge Cuoldsmasouers 4 Ramshakle Inn All lvly Sons Varsity Club 3 4 Varsnty Ten nrsl 2 3 4 Varsity Basketball 3 4 Jr Basketballl 2 SA Representatuve3 Jr Councrl Rep 3 lnlomeroom Treas l l-lome room Pres 2 Barbara Ann l-larrell l-lappy go lucky but who would be otherwnse Lutewth Father 3 The Swan 3 The Wllow andl 3 The Tavern 3 First Lady 2 Ramshackle lnn 4 Goldsmas ouers2 3 4 l-lomeroom Devotional Chalr manl 3 4 l-lomeroom Sec l l-lomeroom Pres 3 Fashlon Showl 2 Library Repre sentatlve 2 3 Julnan Thomas l-lull Settled at last SA Rep l Burldung Grounds and l-lallsl 2 3 Chairman 4 Centennial 2 Jr Sr Decoratrng Com 3 Tennls3 4 Jr Basket ball 3 Goldsmasquers2 Glee Clubl H News Statt 4, Freshman lnltlatuon Pro gram 2, Freshman Soclal Committee l Barbara Jean l-lnnnant "She may not say much but she knows a lot " SA Representative l, 2, l-l R Pres l, 2, 3, Vlce Pres l, 2, 3, Secretary l, 2, Marshal 4, Glee Club l James Carlie Hinnant "That come what may, I shall do my best." Varsity Football 3, 45 Jr. Varsity Football I, 25 Jr. Varsity Basketball I, 2, 35 Jr. Varsity Baseball I5 Varsity Club 3, 45 Goldsmas- quers 45 Class Treasurer 45 SA. Reception Committee 3, 45 Jr.-Sr. Decoration Com- mittee Co-Chairman 35 Spanish Club 3, 45 Parliamentarian 45 lVIen's Chorus 45 "The Willow and I" 3. lla Lee Holland "There are some people who can't help being nice." DE. Club 3, 45 SA. Representative I, Clara Louise Hollowell "Fair to look upon but better to know," FHA. I, 2, 35 Goldsmasquers 25 "Nothing But the Truth"-APrompter5 "Brief Candle" 25 "The Willow and I" 35 Easter Program 25 Jr.-Sr, Program Com. I 5 Freshman Initi- ation 25 Sub-Freshman Week I, 35 Bulletin Board Com, 25 Social Com. 35 "Gohisca" Statt 45 Centennial 2. ' Ann Seymour Hood "Do you know a young and beautiful woman who is not ready to flirt?" French Club 3, 45 FHA. I, 25 Homeroom Pres. 25 Goldsmasquers 45 Ivlusic Contest I. 2, 35 Glee Club I 5 2, 3, 45 Centennial 25 Jr.- Sr. Program 25 Jr.-Sr. Decoration Com. 35 Homeroom Sec. I. Ralph Hood "One may smile and smile, and be a villain." Sara Dewey Hunt "Beware, I may yet do something sensational." FHA. I5 Marshal 45 NHS. 45 French Club 3, 45 Latin Club I, 25 lNI.C.S.C.C. Housing Com. Chairman 45 Co-Organization Editor l'Gohisca" 45 "Willow and l"ERe- ception 35 Calendar Committee 2, 3, 45 Lost and Found Com, I5 Jr.-Sr. Com. 35 Centennial 25 Girls' State ,495 Speaker of the House of Representatives 31 High School Register 4. "fi 'Qi' 'Q . 4. rf xv. I I s Ii 1 5' it .. 3 xi II X ll 1 I W 1508 ff? Y I - I N 4 N 1 Fkvi. 71, anna-'-M -M' wiv. ,tc :7 ty 4 fa . X 1 .f qi QUI- N ,gm-'-"' WWW 'li- "ti" I. ff! Margre Ann Jeannette There IS no wisdom luke frankness FHA l Homeroom Sec 2 3 Homeroom Pres 3 Homeroom Treas 3 4 Library Representatzve 2 3 Refreshment Com for Varsity Dance 2 Horace Gardner Jones Jr You must look unto people as well as at them Homeroom Officer I Metal Trade Offncer 3 Delegate Engineer Exposrtuon 3 lvletal Tra e 3 Offucer for Dt Class l DE Club l Peggy Anne Jones A sprung of love gushed from my heart Homeroom Pres l Homeroom Sec l 2 3 Glee Clubl FHA l 2 3 4 Homeroom Vnce Pres 3 Musrc Contest l Home Ec Fashuon Show 2 F H A Devotional Chair man 2 3 FHA Socral Com 3 County Rallres F H A Stewart Newton Jones Luke a powder puff l m made women Band l 2 3 4 Dance Band 2 3 4 Latln Club Vice Pres 2 Helena Serene Kea There us no undex of character so sure as the voice Llbrary Representative l Band l FHA Nina Alice Kang A smule us the whusper of a laugh Franklln Hlgh School K r N C l 2 Nyssa Hugh School Nyssa Oregon3 GHS 4 GleeClub4 FHA 4 Lois Gertrude Kleinert "I strove for none, for none was worth my strife." Glee Club l, 2, 3, 4, Music Contest in Greensboro l , Music Contest in Raleigh 2, 3, Music Concert l, Centennial 2, F.l-l.A. l, 2, 3, 4, Songleader 4, County Rallies l, 2, 3, 4, District Rallies 3, 4, Social Com- mittee 3, Fashion Show l, Comm. Chair- man 2, 3, Flomeroom Vice-Pres. 2, 3, Home- room Treasurer l, 3. Frank Allen Lane "Men of few words are the best men." Marshal 4, l-lomeroom Officer l , Metal Trades 2, 3, State Engineering Exposition Delegate 4. William Leslie Langston "Teachers, books, and classes are his only objections to education." Goldsmasquers 3, 4, "First Lady", "Life with Father", "Out of This World", "The Tavern", "Ramshackle Inn", "All My Sons", Jr. Varsity Football 2, 3, "Gohisca" Art Editor 4, Jr.-Sr, Decoration Com. 3, l-lomeroom Pres. l, 2, 4. Waverly Langston "Always jolly, quiet and carefree, life may be dull but never he." Jr. Baseball l, Varsity Baseball 2, 3, 4, National Convention D.E. Club, Nashville 4, State Meeting D.E. Club 4, l-lomeroom President l, 2, 3, 4, l-lomeroom Vice-Pres 2, 4, D.E. Club 3, 4, l-lomeroom Treasurer l, 2, 3, 4, l-lomeroom Devotional Chairman l, 2, 3, 4. Nathan Aaron Lewis "l-le pulls down, he builds up, he changes squares into circles." Band l,-2, 3, 4, Dance Band 2, 3, 4. Peggy Jean Malpass "One that is welcomed everywhere." Bulletin Board Com, l , Reception Com. 2, Reception Com. Chairman 3, Cheerleader l , Glee Club 2, 3, 4, S.A. Representative l, 2, Centennial 2, "Willow and I" Properties 3, "Hi-News" Circulation Mgr, 4, Annual Staff, Make-Up Assistant 4, Goldsmasquers 4, Jr.-Sr. Program Com. 3, Ni.C.S.C.C. Transportation Com. 4. ,, lv 5, L ,.i..':s.1!a t Alt. .VS , 5 EX www, , gif- , flfiii K 1 '::".fwMl ' Q, ' t2f'5T..Mv4 A fff .. ,.. ,.,v+w. wyfc . , ,...,..,..-4-A- agp., ., ,- 1 , ...,...-..,..4..k.f ffr ygwfym N ,,.-...-.., W' ,- , ,, , .,,,. .-. -, -.- ,, f' , . ,.,--+.-t..., 17, rr ,Q -. .,..,...i ,.. , g , , , ...Q-... . .5-if f ji g .. , --.L t ,--, , .N Z .L- - - 1 J 'K - A4-W . - aw Q ' . ,.,..,p, . " W, , 1 "'x'.: 1' A ig f 1 , - .,.-na.. 4 3,141 firm, -S-FZW f ., f - . A1-'W xy f I 2. V -. mf, V ,is s 2 X S 143, fe V 1 is 'c i. E, .T si ,Ms V f, - S' ..ff,:.-r.s2f.i ff- ff - . 5 at .4 at jk 'P- gy, 1 E xv ,Q 7' X X.. i. . 2,2 I L", 'sw v A 15 'PW HV i ,, A i m' 5 :J 3. ,M f 1 S '1 .P er " 2532-it-gift?-sfi 4 o ffm... ti E 49" ,gn X I I 1 Julla I-lyaclnth Manly A Ilttle gurl so full of pep wnth the world she keeps ID step Cheerleader Z Goldsmasquers I 2 3 Make Up Commlttee I 2 3 Glee Club 4 Advertlsung Commzttee 2 Centennial 2 Class Song Commuttee I SA Representa tnve I Junlor Sensor Entertainment Com mIttee2 Fayettevnlle I-Ingh School3 French Club3 Dramatucs Club3 Betty Jean Merritt All tnmes I have enyoyed Goldsmasquers2 3 FI-IA I 4 Glee Club I I-lomeroom President 2 Glee Club Con cert I Fl-IA County Rallles I I-lome room Vuce Presndent 2 Junlor Senuor Pro gram 2 Llbraruan 3 I-lomeroom Devotional Chaurman 2 Fashuon Show F I-I A I Edna Ellzabeth Mntchell I Il speak to thee In silence I-In News Staff 4 Co Alumni Edltor 4 Edward Lee Mitchell I percenve he was a wlse fellow and had good dnscretlon Natuonal I-lonor Soclety 3 4 President 4 Varsrty Club 3 4 Treasurer 4 Goldsmas quers 4 I-louse Manager 4 Marshal 4 We I-Ionor 4 N C SC C Dnscusslon Leader 4 Varslty Football Mgr 3 4 SA Councnll 2 4 Assembly Commnttee 3 Ramshackle Inn 4 The W Ilow and I 3 I-Ingh School Reglster 4 Barbara Jean Mitchell Sllence never yet betrayed anyone Marshal 4 Jr Council Rep 3 I-lomeroom Pres 3 Jr Sr Refreshment Commuttee 3 I-lomeroom Sec 4 G-lee Club Delegate to Greenvllle and Greensboro I Centennial 2 Goldsmasquers 4 Freshman lnntzatnon 2 Robert Allan Mitchell I-Ie wlll leave behnnd hum footprlnts In the sands of tlme " Frankfort I-llgh School, Frankfort, Kentucky I, 2, 3, "Gohlsca" Staff Busuness Manager 4, Devottonal Chaurman 4, Goldsmasquers 4, "The VaIrant" 4, "RamshackIe Inn" 4, National I-lonor Soclety Frankfort 3, G I-I S 4, Treasurer 4, Men's Chorus 4, l-lngh School Reglster 4 u - - . - vs v 1 I 1 - Y D Y Y Y Y , . . ' , - - . ' . . Q P Y , . ca - V ra v I - - - I v Y Y - , . , . , - Y - .. Y Y , , .... mr v - - 11 as - an ' . . , - . H - - , .. ,, I I 1 1 I 1 - 1' x 1 , . . . . . , ' Y Y ' ' l Y . I ' . U P Y yr u 4 ny I - ' I 1 1 ll ' YY 1 - ' 1 . , ." . , ' 1 I Y , . H . . . . . Ma ry Jean McLawhorn "The most natural beauty in the world is honesty and moral truth." DE. Club 45 SA. Representative 3, 45 Pres- ident l-lomeroom 3, 45 Secretary of Home- room 45 Delegate to State DE Meeting 35 Glee Club 3. William David McRoy, Jr. "An athletic boy with a will to please and take lite as a joy." Goldsmasquers 2, 35 Varsity Football 3, 4, 55 Football Co-Captain 45 Footballs Most Valuable Player 4, 55 Varsity Club 3, 4, 55 Varsity Club Treasurer 45 All-Conference 4, 55 All-Eastern 55 Shrine Bowl 53 Sport- raits 55 Senior Superlative, Most Athletic 45 "Bethlehem Road" 25 "The Shepherds' Song" 35 E.C.D.F. 2. Ellis Edgar Nelson "For lite lives only in success." SA. Council 2, 45 DE, Club 35 l-lomeroom Officer l, 2, 3. Harold Shelly Nunn "To be admired is certainly a duty." Goldsmasquers l, 2, 3, 4, Vice-President 45 Goldsmasquers, Lighting Director 2, 3, 45 New York Touring Play "First Lady" 25 "Land's End" l5 "Gut of This World" 35 "The Tavern" 35 "The Swan" 35 "The Wil- low and l" 35 "All My Sons" 45 "The Shep- herds' Song" 2, 35 "The Land is Bright" 25 "Ramshackle lnn" 45 Jr, Varsity Baseballg Men's Chorus 4. Doris Odessma Page "l-ler lite has many a hope and aim." Quill and Scroll 3, 45 "l-li-News" Statt 2, 3, 4, Feature Editor 45 Centennial 25 Fresh- man Initiation Program 25 Junior-Senior Refreshment Committee 35 Junior-Senior Decoration Committee 35 Marshal 45 "The Swan" 35 "Ramshackle Inn" 45 "All My ,ns , Rh ,f l, I , 351' if 'i'ES,,' . '. gg 322 3 . . if Wm., , 'Nl-q....,,. ..---. 3 'u 1, 'ru M - Z x " Q . W 5 .,-Ai' vll . V Y V , ,,.1g..,Q3f.1k,' f.fi,r f-if "' '45 F' 'iii . f' ' ' S . ' 25' 9 it " ' 45532 s L. , 7 gig' Sons" 4. wiv "Q"'-rv ll Mavis Maybelle Page V "Speech is silver, silence is golden." . "'. 1 Treasurer l, 25 l-lomeroom Secretary l, 35 P X Glee Club l 5 Dev. Chairman 25 Vice-Presi- QW.. 5' dent 3. . 'fi f 5, .5 jf w C T i agne Go 'fy . Q0l6iS6Or0, G v ,y i ff f 4 5 . - it ' ,fix ig-e....,'-K , , Leatha Faye Parnell A quiet person who has many friends arshal 4 Quill and Scroll 3 4 News 3 4 Co Exchange Editor 4 Re treshment Committee Junior Senior 3 l-lomeroom Ticket Chairman Junior Play 3 Centennial 2 Fl-lA l Decoration Com mittee l Artie Geraldine Pate Maiden with sott oark eyes like the dusk ot evening skies Goldsmasquers 2 4 Centennial 2 Go hisca Make Up Assistance 4 Board ot Electrons 4 Glee Club 3 4 French Club 3 4 Marshal 4 SA Representative l Music Contest 3 Ada Lorraine Pearce It is tranquil people who accomplish much l-lomeroom Vice President l 3 4 l-lome room Secretaryl 2 Fl-lA l 3 Libr y Representative 3 Devotional Chairman 3 l-lomeroom Donald Coy Percise An athlete true with virtues high Sports Editor Gohisca 4 Goldsmasquers 3 4 Goldsmasquers Printer4 Varsity Foot ball 3 4 Varsity Basketball 3 4 Varsity B seball 3 4 Varsity Club3 4 Vice Press dent 4 Social Committee Co Chairman 3 4 The Willow andl 3 The Swan 3 The Tavern 3 Ramshackle Inn 4 Men s Chorus 4 Ronald Roy Percise To do easily what is difficult for others is the mark of talent. Band l, 2 3 4, Captain 35 Goldsmasquers 4' Stage Crew "Ramshackle Inn' 35 Junior Football 2, 3, Co-Captain 35 Junior Basket- ball 2, Co4Captain 25 Varsity Basketball 3, 45 Varsity Baseball 3, 4, Captain 35 Swing Band 2, 3, 45 State Contest Band, Varsity Club 3, 45 GJ-l.S. Quartet 4. Paul Hubert Pittman, Jr. "You can pick a side and l'll argue with you." SA. Representative l, 45 Chairman Flag Committee 45 Vice-President Class l 5 Cen- tennial 25 Junior-Senior Committee 35 Class Council l,2, 35 Marshall 45 Men's Choir 45 Properties Chairman "The Willow and l"5 Assembly Committee 35 Flag Committee l. Peggy Price Pittman "She is great who can do what she wishes. She is wise who wishes to do what she can." Marshal 4, Secretary of Class 3, Secretary of French Club 3, 4, Glee Club l, 3, 4, Junior-Senior Program Committee 3, Candi- date of World Speaking Contest Program 2, 3, Annual Staff, Co-Organization Editor 4, Goldsmasquers 4, SA. Representative 2, Music Contest l, 3. Worth B. Potter, Jr. "Why study when there is a lady's heart to win. Band l, 2, 3, Junior Varsity Football l, 3, Varsity Football 4, Devotional Committee 4, Men's Chorus 4, Social Committee l, 3, Varsity Club 4g Billy Price "l-le is good that does good for others." James Earl Raper "We know nothing of tomorrovv, our business is to be good and happy today." D,E. Club 3, 4, DE. Club Editor-in-Chief 3, 4, National D.E. Delegate 4, Unofficial Delegate to Eastern Meeting 3, l-lost to DE. Meeting in Goldsboro 4. Hattie Mae Redick "A friend sincere and true." Glee Club l , El-l.A. l, 2, l-lomeroom Presi- dent 2, DE, Club 3, 4, Unofficial Delegate to Eastern Meeting 3, SA. Council Repre- sentative 2, Hostess at D.E. Meeting in Goldsboro 4. 'Eugene Leslie Roberts, Jr. "Speak briefly and to the point". President of Class 2, "l-li-News" Make-Up Editor 4, "l-li-Nevvs" Sports Editor 2, "Hi- News" Photographer 4, SA. Council 4, Latin Club 2, 4, Delegate to National Co- lumbus Scholastic Press Convention 3, l-lomeroom President l , N.C.S.C.C. Conven- tion Publicity Chairman 4, Pikeville l-ligh School 3. 1i""l'5l" 2 ., N. .xt 'K R X 3 has ' J. .,, ,Qu MAJ' WWW 2 J'-Ga ?.w.L, - 4 Ni Z 5- Q. ,W QF,f7ti.'L'f -. : ' f if P if Q Q-f, Pak QI'- .nw Kb ix. ,Sb F. f Bertha Alyene Rollins "A clever girl full of song as merry as the day is long." Marshal 45 Dgance Band 45 Secretary of Class 25 Vice-Pres. of F,l-l.A. 25 Glee Club l, 2, 3, 45 Sec.-Treas. of Glee Club 2, 35 Annual Staff 45 Chairmanrof Community Service 25 Jr.-Sr, Program Committee 35 Jr.-Sr, Program 35 Band 45 Goldsmasciuers 45 Music Contest l, 2, 35 Pianist of Glee Club 4. Martha Ann Rose "Lovely to. look at, delightful to know." Majorette 3, 45 Head Majorette 45 Jr.-Sr. Program l,25 F,l-l,A. l, 45 State Meeting l 5 Make-Up Artist for "Brief Candle" 25 "Nothing But the Truth" 25 "Out of This World" 35 "First Lady" 25 "The Willow and I" 35 "Ramshackle lnn" 45 "The Shepherds' Song" 2, 35 "All My Sonsu 45 S.A. Repre- sentative 25 Spanish Club 4. William Flecher Ruffin 'iMerrily, merrily, shall l live now." Fort Bragg 45 Varsity Club l, 2, 3, 55 Jr. Football l, 25 Jr, Baseball l, 25 Varsity Football 3, 55 Varsity Baseball 3, 55 Varsity Basketball Manager l, 2, 3, 55 l-lomeroom President l, 25 l-lomeroom Sec. 55 "Shep- herds' Song" 35 SA. Representative 2, 3. George Frank Seymour "Full of great aims and bent on enterprise." Social Committee 35 Class l-listorian5 Foot- ball -- Junior 2, Varsity 45 Basketball - Junior 2, 3, Varsity 45 S.A. Representative l, 3, 45 Men's Chorus 45 Jr.-Sr. Decoration Committee5 Varsity Club 4. Fred Lewis Shelby "School is all right when there isn't anything else to do." Goldsmasquers l, 2, 35 Stagecraft Business Manager 25 "The Land is Bright," "First Lady," "Shepherds Song," "Ramshackle Inn" 45 "All My Sons" 45 Men's Chorus 45 Centennial 2. Hugh Reilly Shine "l-le is often the wisest man who is not wise at all." Recreation Committee Chairman5 Varsity Football 3, 45 Junior Football l 5 All-Eastern Football 45 Varsity Basketball l, 2, 3, 45 SA. Representative 35 Varsity Club l, 2, 3, 45 Men's Chorus5 Goldsmasquers 25 Mar- shal 45 Reception Committee 25 French Club 3, 4. James Marshall Shumate "We may be as good as we please, it we please to be good." Cheerleader l5 Class Treasurer 35 SA. Treasurer 45 "Out of This World" 35 Golds- masquers 45 "On Vengeance Height" 45 Junior Basketball 2, 35 Junior Football 35 Varsity Basketball 45 Varsity Football 45 We l-lonor 45 French Club 3, 4, Men's Chorus 45 Glee Club l, 2. l-larriet Elizabeth Smith "She has that gift of gifts that ot making friends." Varsity Sweetheart 45 National l-lonor So- ciety 45 Marshal 45 Annual Statt 45 Cheer- leader 45 French Club 3, 45 Goldsmasquers 45 Glee Club President 4, Band l, 2, 35 Assistant Librarian 35 F.l-l.A. l, 25 "The Willow and l" 35 S.A. Representative 25 Centennial 25 Junior Council Representa- tive 35 lntramural Basketball 3, 4. Robert l-lines Smith "I wouldn't run around the corner to see the world blow up." Goldsmasquers 2, 3, 45 Concessions 2, 3, 45 "Shepherds Song" 2, 35 "First Lady" 25 "Land is Bright" 25 "Out ot This World" 3, "Brief Candle" 25 'Lite with Father" 3. William Robert Strickland "A noble man is led by woman's gentle wordsfl Band l, 2, 3, 45 Drum Major 2, 3, 45 Swing Band 25 Music Contest l, 2. Margaret Joyce,Strickland "Life is dull without love." Glee Club l, 2, 35 Band 25 Goldsmasquers 45 l-lomeroom l, 2, 35 SA. Representative 2, 35 Library Representative 2, 3, 4, Library Committee 45 Flag Committee 4. Libby Lou Stuart "She that is loved is sate," Marshal 45 Co-Advertising Manager "Go- hisca" 45 Band l, 2, 3, Vice-President l, Corporal 35 Swing Band 2, 35 Centennial 25 Junior-Senior Entertainment Committee 35 Class Council 25 Music Contest 2, 35 "Wil- low and I" Costume 35 N.C,S.C.C. Dance Committeeg Library Representative 45 l-lomeroom Vice-President 2. .IUQZQS .55 if 4 M v .,a-W. . wg ,J . 4 may .5 X: 1. I .5 R, . f 's ,M X. -V UQ 5 HA f Q. 3i,55,x Q-... 'T' Q L ""?'xv -. l M ,ii Carolyn Weeks Sutton She speaks acts and behaves just as she ought Fl-lA l l-lomeroom Secretary 2 Treas urer2 3 Glee Clubl 2 DE Club4 William Patrick Taylor Good nature is stronger than tomahawks French Club3 4 President 4 SA Repre sentative 2 l-lomeroom President 2 Irene Doris Thomas Ot quiet taste and manners mild l-lomeroom President l Secretary 2 3 Re treshment Committee l Library Represen tative l Music Contest 2 3 Arts Commit tee 2 3 Goldsmasquers 3 Homeroom T B Representative 4 Neil Joseph Thomas All play and no work makes we what m Head Cheerleader 4 Class Cheerleader 2 Junior Basketball 2 3 Goldsmasquers 3 4 Charlie William Turner Jr. Work first and then rest. Seven Springs l ' Mount Olive 2' DE. Club 3 4' l-lomeroom Treasurer 3' Building Grounds and l-lalls Committee 3. Bobby Gene Tyndall A penny for your thoughts. Glee Club 2' General Science Secretary l ' English Secretary l, Treasurer lg Algebra President 2g DE. President 35 DE. Vice- President 4. James l-l. Underwood "A large head ot hair adds beauty to a good face." l-lomeroom President 2, Treasurer 3. Nancy Guy Underwood "l-t's a good thing one's worth is not judged by their size." l-lomeroom Vice-President l, Treasurer 25 Library Representative 35 Centennial 2. Edith Aclaline Vann "She has enough sense and nonsense to make her a charming girl." Band l, 2, 3, Sergeant 35 Majorette 45 Co- Historian "Gohisca" 45 Reception Commit- tee 3, 45 Community Service Committee l 5 French Club 3, 45 Class Parliamentarian l ' Centennial '25 Co-Feature Editor "l-li-News 45 N.C.S.C.C. Dance Committee 45 Junior- Senior Program 2, 35 Junior-Senior Invita- tion Committee 3. 1 i v James Avery Wallace, Jr. "When joy and duty crash let duty go to smash." Class Treasurer 25 Varsity Club 2, 3, 45 Varsity Tennis l, 2, 3, 45 Junior Basketball 25 State Doubles Champion 35 High School Champion 2,35 High School Doubles Cham- pion 25 lVlen's Chorus 4. Betty Jane Warrick "Smiles are the language ot love." F.l-l.A. l 5 County Rally l 5 Band 2, 35 Cilee Club l5 Music Contest l5 Centennial 25 Homeroom Treasurer l, Vice-President 25 Devotional Chairman 35 Goldsmasquers' Ballet l 5 Librarian 2. Leslie Elton Warrick "Look before you leap, see before you go." S.A. Vice-President 45 Chairman ot Assem- bly Committee 45 Spanish Club 3, 4, Treas- urer 45 "Gohisca" Photographer 45 Adver- tising Committee 45 CO-Chairman of Jr.- Sr. Program Committee 35 Varsity Club 2, 3, 45 Varsity Club Parliamentarian 45 As- sembly Committee 25 Varsity Football Man- ager 25 Goldsmasquers 45 "Lite with Father" 3. X Sig Q X ' S . A 4-Q- K -J, l 'ggmff , t- ,.,' e ,i gg -5 fs 'Nap 5 a 48 't iff' 'ii ,-.1-...Q aww way 'Q 4 .TTA ,Q 34 in we .5 ,wi-vw-"' in fr.:-.Q I-'Kg I8Qk xt! .Th v' 'K ZW P5211 1 Ns., J to , ry t 5 g -X 'K W . 'x I' A Robert Franklin Wat on Will is character in action Goldsmasduers2 3 4 Goldsmasquer Staff Lighting Director Shepherds Song 3 Land is Bright 2 Lite with Father 3 The Willow and l 3 Out ot This vtforld 3 The Swan 3 New York State Drama Festival 2 Class Pres 4 Jr Varsity Foot ball 2 3 Varsity Football 4 Varsity Club 4 Malcolm Neal Wester Be not merely good be good tor something Band l 2 3 4 Goldsmasquers 4 The Willow and l 3 Ramshackle lnn 4 All My Sons 4 Glee Club 3 Men s Chorus 4 Dance Band Music Contest 2 3 Janice Marie Whaley When done by her it will be done Assistant Senior Editor Gohisca 4 F Fl A l 2 3 4 Vice President3 President4 Re gional Delegate 3 State Delegate l 2 3 District Delegatel 2 3 4 Junior l-lome maker Degree 2 Chapter Degree 3 Glee Clubl 2 3 4 Librarian 2 Music Contest l 2 3 l-lomeroom Presidentl 2 3 Sec retaryl 2 3 Bobby Gene Wiggs Music as Bobby s recreation we hope will make him well known in our nation Bandl 2 3 4 District Contestl 2 State Contest l Clarinet Quartet 3 4 Sergeant in Band 3 4 Spanish Club 3 4 Robert Shelton Wiggs See and be seen Bandl 2 3 4 NC District Music Con test l 2 NC State Music Contest l Spanish Club 3 4 Carolyn Joyce Williams The only way to have a friend is to be one Spanish Club 3, 4, Junior Senior Program Committee 2g Glee Club l, 43 Goldsmas- quers 2, 35 Marshal 4 "The Willow and I" Properties 3g "Brief Candle" Properties 25 Library Representative 3, 45 l-lomeroom De- votional Chairman 4. Dorothy Evelyn Worrell "She is gentle and does gentle deeds," Glee Club I, 2, DE, Club 3, 4, Unofficial Delegate DE. Convention 2, 4, SA. Repre- sentative 2, 3, Centennial 2, FHA. I, 4, I-Iomeroom President 3, Secretary 2, 3, Treasurer 3, 4. Elma Ruth Worrell "A very sweet maid of quiet ways." Centennial 2, Freshman Initiation Program 2, Junior-Senior Refreshment Committee Chairman 3, Goldsmasquers 2, 3, French Club 3, 4, Assembly Committee 4, Class Council 2. il Slllllllll PRAYER Now I lay' me down to sleep, My diploma I do seek, And if the wrong chemicals I should mix, I would be in a terrible fix. Take care of Miss Grant and English IV, May they rest in peace forever more- Forgive me when I fail to do, My French assignment that's overdue, And by tomorrow may I know, All my lines for Mr. I3's show. I-lelp me through this night to rest, So again tomorrow I may do my best. Adaline Vann f, ,4 7. 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Seymour Betsy Best Q3 L ' S L M L 0 S T I N 'I' E L L E L T U A L ummy ns Ruth Fdrehand i WHAT EXT? lln less than two thousand words I When wonders cease so wull the world' Statustucs show that the chance one has of beung hut by an errant bulluard ball are one un B32 459 shots Because of thus I felt comfortably safe when I sallued forth unto Uncle Walters Academy of Funer Arts last Monday but as of now I am a confurmed beluever un the old sayung about there beung three kunds of lues les Iues and statustucs Curse the luck' I thought when I was comfortably enthroned un saud Academy and looked up to see a spherucal obuect saulung through the atmosphere wuth but one destunatuon apparent That destuna tuon was apparently the space between my eyes for ut us here that saud round object socked me The questuon has been asked often about what an unduvudual thunks when he knows that danger us about to fall upon hum and now when ever that questuon us asked of me I feel sure that I can answer ut When I furst observed the ball comung at me at a tremendous rate of speed my furst thought was of my funancual securuty You see I m enturely dependent upon the chubs who frequent the Academy of Funer Arts for my funancual well beung and when I was about to get socked wuth an eught ball I felt that I had good reason to get worrued The long fall to the butt lcugarettel strewn floor seemed as uf ut would never end but when ut dud I could feel no paun what so ever I was kund of dusappounted I dudn t even get a good reassuring tap After I thought that I had occupued the floor long enough and had had tume to get up a good crowd to sympathuze wuth me I opened my eyes fully expectung to be gazung Into the comfortung face of Lonnue but when my eyes opened ut was not the I-lo Duz' whuch greeted me Instead ut was the well fed Iufe of ease look that some how manages to fund a place on every cop s face I thought ummeduately of Cowboy but I could fund no motorcycle about So I deduced that ut wasnt saud unduvudual Upon straunung my blue eyes a Iuttle more I found that ut was W D Gurley Junuor Dear old Dub but why the cop s unuform? Maybe ut was becaus my eyes just felt blue They felt luke one blew one way and the other one blew the other way but I was convunced that ut was Dub I-le helped me to my feet wuth the aud of hus ever present nught stuck and explauned to me that he had succeeded hus daddy on the poluce force I-le wanted to know where I had been and I told hum that I had been nowhere but sunce we were so balled up he should take the day off and get me straught l-le agreed and proceeded to call ut a day Aftertalkung wuthW D awhule I found out th t he had worked hus way up the force untul he reached Iueutenant but he was busted when they found out that he spent most of hus tume swupung apples from Davud Crawford s fruut stand After hearung hus Iufe story we swutched on the raduo and Iustened to another sturrung epusode of Adalune the Musled lvlauorette produced and durected by Florence Bowden who made comments on the sude for the benefut of lusteners who may not know the story about Adalune After talkung wuth W D for a whule I bade hum farewell and contunued my way down the musty street un search of an Englush unstututuon where I mught practuce my art of beung able to put forward back rught and other varuous and sundry kunds of Englush on a cue ball I walked a long tume down the maun drag before I caught a rude wuth a Iuttle fellow un a bug movung van The fellow druvung whose name was Walter saud that hus company could handle All Loads on all Roads It seemed to me that he made a pretty bug uump from no load at all to all loads At last I found an Academy and upon venturung forth I found news that makes one thunk of home All the talk that I could hear was of the comung struggle between Leslue Langston and Owen Gunn for the natuonal nune ball champuonshup It seems that Gunn had been challenged by Junuor I-Iallow The Bulluard Baron of the Bowery for the world s champuonshup but before the match could be played Langs ton had to get somethung straught between humself and Gunn About the fufth game of French that I played was wuth a real dusty fellow named Dameron who had uust lost hus uob as manager of the Rose Plantatuon out un New Hope Dameron was pretty broken up about the whole affaur and was takung ut pretty hard before he could be cheered up by Lub Smuth who ran a combunatuon seed and fertuluzer store just down the street After he settled down a but Dameron told m that l-lugh Shune who ran a daury after he got out of college had had to reture from the busuness because he kept hus cows un a too contented Condutuon Shune always was a good man w th the bull After my conversatuon wuth Dameron I pucked up a tattered and torn ussue of The Duplun Bu Weekly Tumes and began to whule my tume away whule wautung for another chub The furst artucle that struck my eye was that Ashton Gruffun aluas Gashue and other assorted and muscellaneous tutles had just been arrested for blowung up a brudge The artucle wrutten by Ruth Forehand who doubles as presu dent of the Busuness and Professuonal Women s Club stated that uealousy was the motuve for the crume It seems that Enguneer Paul Puttman wanted the brudge made of bruck and when Jack B O rden was awarded the contract Gruffun blew ut up O , . Y ' ' ll ll I r u u u --I ,h-- , . Ll V' ' ' , . , . . . I I I . - - u e uu ru - u - I Y I . . . . , , . l D - au rr t - I ' ' Y Y . . , . . uc uu A A u - ' A - , . , . . , . , . . . . .- D . G . , . , . . , . A . . . . , c f u . . . ,, . . . ,, . 1 u . . , 1 Y I ' ' P ' ' ll 11 Y . . . . . . - 44 - D , . , ,, , . . ! I Q Y "' D , . I . , . . H . . Y . ,, . . . , , . . V - 4 uu - nu - - x u ' 7 I . . u . - . l , ' , . Gene Roberts' "Rambling in Rural Duplin" column, which occupied a prominent position on page one, stated, among other things, that G-. E. Seymour, prominent Rosewood farmer, had just succeeded Carlie I-linnant as the professor of agriculture at Everette Case University, formerly known as N. C. State. In the theatrical news on the back page, I found that Skippy Albert's first Broadway production, "Mumbles Speaks Again," starring Worth Potter as Mumblesghad just been proclaimed a success after its 87th week. Before going to New York, both Albert and Potter had been connected with the Rose- wood faculty. AIbert's job of drama director and Potters position as football coach were incorporated into one job and given to Kenneth Allen. The seats in the billiard parlor were becoming a little hard, so I decided that I would take in a movie to soothe my aching bones. The film I saw was not a "talkie" but who needs words with the picture that was on? The picture was "The Girl from the Community Building Pool," starring Martha Rose. Need I say more? lncidently, throughout the picture, Martha chewed chewing gum given to her by Jimmy Shumate who has succeeded P. K, Wrigley as the "chewing gum champion of the world." When I came out of the movie, I felt something snake through the air, grasp my hand and com- mence to give it the most vigorous shaking it has received in a long time. When I recovered my breath, I found that I was gazing into the face of none other than Anne Butler. After a long sales talk on the advantages of living in New I-lope, Anne told me that she had just been named as the Executive Secre- tary of New I-Iope's Chamber of Commerce. When Anne stopped talking, I heard a long blast from a trumpet held to the lips of I-larry James Percise to announce that the Mitchell boys, Bob and Eddie, the cream of the salesman crop, had just come to town on their nation wide sale of hand lotion. I stopped to talk with them for a while before thumbing a ride with Bobby Darden who was just starting out on his sandwich route. Bobbyis first stop was the Opera Shop where Janet Cook was still occupying the seat left to her by Ethel Parks and she told me that Bud Davis andtPot Smith were mopping up with their respective turkey farms. One of Pot's more steady customers is Janice Whaley who is trying to figure out a satisfactory feeding plan for her nine children. After leaving Janet we started out on the route which has been expanded to include both Pikeville and Fremont. Bobby also has the contract for feeding the workmen who are redecorating the home of Donald and Peggy Percise. The redecorating work is under the direction of Peggy Britt who has just opened a branch office of interior decorating and other things in London. Bobby's always safe driving habits were still with him as we hit the open highway and on the fifth curve, we sailed into the middle of a rose bush. While I was breathing in the aroma of the beautiful roses, I felt everything go black and when I woke up, I was back on the butt Icigarettel strewn floor of "Uncle" Walter's with Bobby Watson blowing his breath in my face in an attempt to revive me. I followed a long habit I've had and offered him a piece of chewing gum before I got to my feet. When I was once more comfortably enthroned on one of the seats which line the wall, I thought of telling my story to the group about me, but I decided that I would wait and let you be the first to hear about it. Signed JIMMY ELLIS, Prophet TIIII FINAL TIIII'l' We the Senror Class of Goldsboro I-lrgh School havrng passed through the Green valley of Fresh manhood as the pets and prrde of all our teachers havrng passed rnto Sophomoredom bearrng all the blame and srllrness whrch Sophomores usually do frnally as Junrors showed srgns of berng an uprrght class and rn our last year havrng conquered and reached the top realrzrng that the end rs near do here by make our Last Wrll and Testamentll ARTICLE I We take thrs opportunrty to thank the faculty for puttrng up wrth us durrng our four year stay Better luck next trmelllll ARTICLE ll To G I-l S we only hope for your sake that never agarn shall there be another class srmrlar to ours the class of 50 lBut we re proud of rt I ARTICLE Ill To the freshman class we leave hoprng that sooner or later you ll get out of your huddle and see what G I-I S rs all about ARTICLE IV To the Sophomore Class we bequeath you G I-I S certarn that rt s rn good handslllll ARTICLE V To the rrsrng Senrors we leave you all the honors of a senror and all the memorres of our wonderful class ARTICLE VI lPersonall Brlly Ruffrn leaves hrs perfect attendance to Brlly Ruffrn who of course wrll lend a hand rn helprng G I-I S through another year lWhat would they do wrthout hrmR99l Sara I-luntwould lrke to leave her enormous appetrte to Lucy Jeffrey rn hopes that she wont srt around at lunch and watch her eat anymore Metz Brzzell leaves hrs drploma to Mrss Mrlls wrth thanks Anne Lee leaves the frre statron to Margre Rose and Callre McArthur lreasons of her ownl I Lt Barbara Anderson leaves her abrlrty to play the clarrnet and get along wrth Mr Thompson to Capt Brlly Rouse Betty Barbee leaves the rrsrng senror secretary a pencrl wrth a brg eraser and don t thrnk you wont need rt Merle Best leaves hrs neat way of dressrng to George Langston Brll Dameron and Bobby Darden leave therr brother Jack I-louser to G I-I S wrshrng they could take hrm wrth them but a lrttle matter of a year prohrbrts rt Jrmmy Ellrs leaves hrs abrlrty to say brg words rn S A Councrl and keep a strarght face afterwards to the next S A presrdent Ashton Grrffrn wrshes he could leave hrs abrlrty to come rn class anytrme he Irkes and say most anythrng he wants to the teachers to someone but due to the fact the followrng classes have no such materral he just leaves Ann I-Iood leaves all her good trmes whrle at G I-I S to Lydra Alexander Junror McRoy leaves hrs abrlrty to play football to that rrsrng unror Betsy Magrll Adalrne Vann leaves to Charles Norwood one book of matches rn hopes that he wrll keep the home frres burnrng' Ruth Edmundson leaves her abrlrty to get her Boy of the week wrthout berng too notrceable to Frances Malpass Chrrstrne Danrels and Mary Lee Benson leave therr self centeredness to enjoy therr own jokes to Ann Smrth and .lerry Prrce Gene Roberts leaves Matrlda Parker quret hoprng shell stay that way Lrbby Lou Stuart leaves only wrshrng she had last year 8 Geraldrne Pate left mrddle way of thrs year wrth a dramondl 4. ' ' ' ' .. 6. .. . . . . , 1 - 1 7, ' ' y . 8. I - I I ' ' 9 . . . ,. . . M , . IO' ,. . . ,. , . . . ., . Q , rr. ' ' ... ' . rg - 3 r- I- r -, 4 rs. ' , ,' ' M' .. ,, ,, . . I 15. . , I , - . . . rs. I ' ' ' . rr, ' , ' ' . In , - . . -. . W r.,..,...,2. ..,.....-,, L. , l 9. 20. 2l . 22. 23. 24. 25. 26. 27. 28. 29. 30. 3l . 32. 33. 34. 35. 36. Jimmy Shumate leaves his dull outlook on life to David Denning. Lib Smith leaves all her dignity and quiet manners to Louise Wooten. Julia Manley is trying her best to leave, meanwhile if circumstances prevail, she wills that subject called "Algebra" to Pearline Ennis. Joyce Williams leaves her seat in chemistry along with the song "Fools Paradise" to Martha Korne- Sal'- Ralph Hood leaves his art of Be-Boping to Jimmy Longest. Bob Mitchell leaves his love for the "Blue Grass" country to Sam Donnell. Emma Jean Williams leaves-this time for good. Hugh Shine leaves his ability to ask the right question at the wrong time to Carlyle Edmundson. Alyene Rollins leaves her talent to dance to Dawson Thompson lthe girl with the beautiful legsl l Harold Nunn leaves all his books where he left them all year-in his locker-to "Red" Lewis. Clara Hollowell leaves her brains to Sara Cobb-mix'um together and whatcha gotl????? Peggy Malpass leaves her ability to get along with a Percise to Joy Creech. Sonny Gainey leaves Kathryn Newton to G.H.S. He would come back another year, "but doggone it, it's getting monotonous." Gracie Batten leaves to C. W. Merrit her'seat in History, hoping he doesn't have to warm it two years too. Peggy Britt leaves her ability-There's a reward for the finder. - To G.H.S. we leave the football team consisting of Bobby Watson, Bud Davis, R. L. Gurley, and Kenneth Allen. Here's hoping you have a successful year. Jack Burrus leaves his good-looks, personality, wit, and all-roundness to Phyllis Banks. She should have a booming junior year. Janet CookxlMiss Opera Shoppe of '47, '48, '49, and 'SOD leaves the one thing nearest to her heart -the "Opera Shoppe" to Jane "Flop" Langston, hoping she'll take care of it and remember her to Clum once in awhile!!!!! All good things must come to an end-and the l95O "Last Will and Testament" is no exception!!! Goodbye, Goldsboro Hi-Our stay with you has been nothing short of wonderful! TESTATORS 1 WITNESSES: Janet Cook Tootle Jack Burruss Lou TIMETABLE llll llLll 50 Four long years have slupped rught by Sunce furst we entered Goldsboro Hugh We were physucally small and mentally weak Our future un hugh school we were out to seek' The traun pulled unto the statuon at G H S on September l8th l946 to let off l86 passengers all of whom were to make up the freshman class and become a part of the student body of Goldsboro Hugh School Perhaps ut was the sudden jerk of the stoppung traun that left us a'l shakung luke leaves but scared cr not thus was utlll There was not a bug crowd to meet us at the statuon that day no just l72 senuors l42 uunuors and l33 sophomores whuch together made 447 paurs of eyes starung us straught un the face If ever we needed leaders ut was now so we lost no tume un electung Peggy Ann Brutt to serve as our furst presudent Along wutn her we chose Paul Puttman vuce presudent Barbara Rus sell secretary Jack Borden treasurer Peggy Malpass and Jummy Snumate chee leaders and Adalune Vann parluamentarlan Mrs B W Cox and Mrs Brutt Davus Gruffun were our advusors After receuvung our unheruted colors lavender and whute we choose to go along wuth ut the urus as our class flower Before the end of the year we had also adopted a class song and constututuon We managed to come out of Freshman Week aluve only to fund that we had 3lc un the treasury and owed exactly 8Oc To remedy thus we voted unanumously that ut mught be wuse to sponsor a Laurel and Hardy movue Havung solved our funan cual problem we settled down to work and as a result led the Honor Roll several quarters Our frrst socual affaur took place the latter part of Aprul when we gave a most enuoyable sprung dance The results of the electuon for the next year were Presudent Gene Roberts Vuce Presudent Kenneth Allen Secretary Alyene Rolluns Treasurer Bud Wallace Cheerleaders Julua Manly and Jummy Thomas and Parluamentaruan Eddue Mutchell Our advusors were to be Muss lna Muxon and Muss Geraldune Jones For the furst tume sunce our arruval we breathed a sugh of reluef and murmured Whew' one down and three to go Sully Sophomore was now our name And we were quute the stuft Yet we trembled at the sught Of those senuors bug and rough Durung the summer we could hardly waut to return to school and get busy on our most excutung event of all Yep we were un charge of Freshman Week and ut dud our hearts good to see those Green Freshmen suffer as we once had As usual we were confronted wuth the money problem and so decuded to sponsor a Statuonery Druve It was a success and we were agaun able to get out of the dumps ln .ceepung wuth the school s customs we presented the Easter program that year Our thoughts then turned to the socual world and we shall never forget that wonderful SOS Socual or the pucnuc at Before leavung for our much needed vacatuon there was only one thung we needed to do-and that was to elect offucers for our uunuor year Jack Borden stepped nto the lumelught as presudent assusted by Barbara Anderson vuce presudent Peggy Putt man secretary Jummy Shumate treasurer Barbara Harrell and Walter Culberth cheerleaders and Muss Eleanor Sumpson and Muss Sara Alexander were to be our advusors Agaun we wuped our brows wuth reluef-only thus tume we were half way Our worrues were over We were lookung for fun As bug upperclassmen We could get anythung done For years ut had been the custom of the Junuor class to sponsor the Curtus Magazune Druve but thus year un order to pur chase new drapes for the audutoruum the druve was successfully turned unto a school wude project Realuaung ahead that money would be needed for the Junuor Senuor we sponsored a Chrustmas Dance thus rausung our treasurers report consuderably ln collaboratuon wu h the Goldmasquers we gave the long remembered class play The Wullow and I Thus beung the hughlught of Junuor Week Then came the day of all days when we ordered our rungs Our hearts sw ll wuth prude when we recall the Swankuest Junuor Senuor ever to be guven How could we ever forget Club Fantasua un blunkung neon lughts or the theme Musucal Fantuca Yes that .lunuor Senior was quute an affaur We elected Bobby Watson as our last presudent Janet Cook vuce presudent Betty Barbee secretary Carlue Hunnant treasurer and Lub Smuth and Bobby Darden cheerleaders Muss Agnes Rudusul' was our advusor Our days un hugh school were almost done Though fr ends and tasks we all had won Four happy years we had spent wuth you So to you G H S we ll always be true As sensors our furst goal was to edut a Gohusca that would top any other annual publushed before Of course ut took lots of tume and work but ut was worth ut when we thought of the precuous memorues ut would hold for us After the annual had gone to press we turned to the dramatuc sude of lufe and gave our Senuor class play .lohn Loves Mary A number of senuor actuvu tues followed thus the greatest of course beung the funale-Graduatuon And as we walked across the funush lune that nught un June we suddenly realuzed that thus was by no means the end but merely the begunnung of a new and dufferent lufe Yes we were just another step nearer our goal Wuthout further words we bud you farewell And may good fortune come to you all Tull agaun someday we ll meet once more lnsude the Golden Wall KEEPERS OF THE TIMETABLE ADALINE VANN G F SEYMOUR , , . u , , ' . , ' 1 I , u u u 1 ' u u ' , . , . ' I l C ! I 1 I I I I I 1 ' . , , . , . i I , . . , K Camp Tuscoroa. ' I 1 T I - H ' , . . . - Y , . . . . K ' ' ' an - up 4 . . . uu . . ,, . . ' . . ' . , ' . h . I I - I I P D , , . u . , 5 1 . - , , . ' ' ' 4 ur vu - - - I ' - . , 7 I . , . , . 7 JUNIORS , - 7,41-v ,gg-m M POURING ON THE STEAM il. 1--1? l i OFFICERS President ....... .......... ..... J u nior Cousins Vice-President .. . ........ Ann Smith Secretary ..... .... lvl argaret Bissette Treasurer ..... ..... J immy McDaniel Historian ........ ..... A nne Johnson Parliamentarian ........ ........... H arold Kadis COLORS FLOWER Green and White White Carnation MOTTO "All tor one and one tor all" CLASS SONG We are the class of '5l. Onward we will strive Soon our victories will be won, Fraternity will thrive. ln our hearts we have devotion For classmates in our school. Proudly we'll receive promotion Green and white will rule. All for one and one tor all, Our motto we praise, Goldsboro l-ligh School we call Our school and banners raise, Memories we'll share together Ot. our school days, Alma mater praise tor everg Sing to you always .... "Nv- C BV, w-x..,,-,. li g wiv Sys,-, 'Q Smww, Q' 1 -1-Al- Ann Acker Nan Barnes Margaret Bissette Edward Broughton Jack Casteen 5,r Betty Lou Adams Christine Bartlett George Blackman Alfred Buck Pauline Coley Q. '25 lam, b Lydia Alexander Virginia Bedford Vinnie Lee Boyette Jane Buie Jean Conner ani, -Q' M- .ynzsgf . an-..- iQQ,E5g3f1g',f, ' 2+ it-irftfsagxtf, J " "iw-22255552 A Wiz: JT Jim Alley Betty Best Audrey Boykin Glenn Carravvay Joyce Cooper Bobby Anderson Marilyn Best Joyce Britt Sarah Casey Gladys Costins 'Q' CW Xxx ,Mr X. rw-ua-ur 'WPu...,. ACK 'WS-ff.. wi.. Julua Cotton Ruth Dayns Carlyle Edmondson Betfy Galney LOUIS l-lallovv Neem 'hi-1 140- 5 fab- 'Qmllf ,W-A YNI1 lr 'lK1,vp-'f 'Qu' Junuor Cousrns Ruth Deans lVlITZl Edrnundson Davnd Gauney Nancy l-larnnl Q2 , Melrose Coward Rrchard Denise lrylng Ennis Keeth Goodson June Handley ,,a"' Joy Creech Charles Dennrng Wrlluam Frank Gayle Griffin Pearl l-lapper fix 4urx,.. 'Ab 6 'iii' Billy Daughtry Sam Donnell Jimmy Frazier Luna Haddock Berford l-larrus g veg . V1 .4 - ,, I VA ' 1 : . 33:3 ,. xt- V, 1 Q ' fr ig ' ' "" 'Q ,R S, ,Z 'V 4. W4 by M . Mg NX KRW x x M , J ,. Izz. ,A lm V Q ix 5 ' f' Ax-A ' 5 'I f ,j'f ' 1- fn C' r frr + , 5 , 5- 1 3 V ' f WV V if W in ,1,, 5 f,,,k 4 ff I l l 0 ,4 ,A X ,A ,C K 0 K L, R 4 I la 4' Cf Agp 4 H ifi li x X flu qi , Q ' f 1 ' I " f '-... f C ' -' -ff . ,,. Wig. 1 m.,g:.1'::1,5N- 'la' Y X ,, A ' , ymlfi? ' Z 1 fl ff 'C . E f X f puaw by '- ' . 4 K l. all it ' ' ,. f 1 WA C X.. wa ' C - Q V at A ' T X S "- , XM" A Y ' 'f ' u . lf lk w K .N . My W M .. - nr, x , 'C E4 5 . V595-iP' l we 1 - I 1 .V 1 l 'fs fm , V, 'ivrp Liv-r me L21-fs fi?f+'Nis-a S vast-. NT'-wyx -W.-. .,, - -.iifzg gi .l""' f ' l i r .f 5, , , I, 40" lqx Lillian Haynes Frances Hollowell Steve Jeffress Samuel Johnson Barbara Keith 16,7 Belly Jean Henderson Jack Houser Lucy Jeffreys Richard Jones Neil King 5 C iw 'itfff' A v, -' , I u K' ' 1. 4 3' wi' , K ax Leroy Howell Glorie Howell Janice Jernigan Mary Joyner Jean Klultz M yi 'ao 'Er'- Dorofhy Hill Jimmy Howell Ann Johnson Harolcl Kadis Jimmy Knighl Peggy Hill Becky James Lib Johnson Bobby Keller Hervy Kornegay X5 G2 f ,Q A NJ7-y, , , .k,.,.,.f YQ i li fe f, V9 my - A 5 f f ,1 XX J 1 , t. 4 i R , 7 "it 'eg is 1'i'i,QQ WPS- if ' J ff LW X J Q 'ig .-as-v,f..' 5, rt 4... VS, W I x lu. Martha Kornegay Martha Levyis Arlie McArter Carolyn Malbass Jessie Ray Mitchell , M. ,R A David Lane David Liles Callie McArthur Frances Malpass Bobby Montague "ig George Langston Edith Long Joyce McClenny Joyce Merritt Ted Montague wwf" Patricia Lassiter Jimmy Longest Jimmy McDaniel Reba Miller Joyce Mozingo ax 1 in-an 3 s i James Lewis George Lynch Caleb Maddox Lessie Minton Arden Newbould --'nr 'iii-'J ., -'as f 'L-K 11' f. - l ll Xi 21 -S9 Bobby Noble John Pearman Mary Lou Raper Kermit Rose Harry Scott -Rm ia,- its-'Y ' ir gif? J 4 'fi' Louise Odom Frances Potter Patsy Ray Margie Rose Jack Scott oh, 6 "-5 'Q-5, ff t'rQ fibre., W., ng. .av- QWNAQ Tx 4 , ,.,, l sq-uv 'Q'-"' Joyce Pate Geraldine Price David Reaves Merle Rosser Hazel Sherman T ""-'57 Wh., :Wav 445. 'Q...-, v U1 Q ,,-'tg ikl 1 . A Shirley Pate K. D. Pyatt Delores Reayes Bobby Sasser Bill Sills -is ta. 1 in.. s. K Q Q, Nt.. ..3 tc, '- ' s 'Wyse ff--1 X 1. I as K , John Parker Earl Radford Mary Lou Roberts Annie Clara Savage Ann Smith J is t-f--ar Q A -...F x ,X,, ,.. , l i ,f I X ' '15 kv:-,ffl Wim uh., ,.. f, , 73 il k A... at Vs., V x mv h I MX X ,g S' it t mv-.,,Qt sr-yi ,, iw, X 5 tg 'am 4 un- .,, J Faye Smith Dorothy Thomas Veryl Trueblood Hilda Westbrook James Alexander Henry Baker Jack Bedford H. D. Bunn LaVaine Butler Rob Miller Smith Bobby Jean Thompson Bobby Tyndall Lucille Williams Billy Etheridge Geraldine Faircloth Aulsa Flye Rosa Lee Ham Ralph Hood f u . , , -, f A - " , tt 4 ,J L f - ' g , vfvitf 'W ,. " 3"- 5 in .i.2?,f3., lqfiffli S 1' 4 -w?,a5i5,, 2 .w :F 3 A" K Q Conrad Spencer Dawson Thompson Peggy Vick Wintord Walker Charles Howell Reginald James Lewis Jarmon Needham Jones Donald Jordan fbi Arnold Stanton Sara Thompson Dot Wall Bobby Williams Creo Merritt Ruth Mooring Alton Perry Ronald Price Jean Pulley L. B, Starling Hilda Toler Billy West Frank Williams Malcolm Savage George Sullivan Kathleen Vinson Joyce Witherington SOPHOIVIORES Jn .ff do , 'W' Q 422 Is' 1' 'inf rg Q 21111, 4 AJ ' b 3 f 4 f 3 3 0 IX X iw, Z 5, ,QM ,pu xg, ,Q 0 , ' ' . - 41 'N-QJN A 147 I 'X k X E Lg L rdf.-vff1.4g.1', 'N nv . "' L7 1 Illllffllflll I F! Q FQ W fa 4 1 Zlllflllflllllllf 4 'O I K' F1 as '5 fx Q rg Q 4 21IIJ1l'1Iil1l',Im 'Q I 7-, ,, v yu A A PN N 'N F: A 'S if xx ' ' f- ff " 'X ' BEGINNAINFC TO ,SEE LIGHT OFFICERS Bobby Martin .. . ............... ........ P resident Kenneth Buck ........... ..... V ice-President Shirley l-ladden .... ...... S ecretary Steve Dail ....................................................... Treasurer MOTTO1 "With the ropes of the past, ring the bells of the future." Colors: Yellow and White Flower: Jonquil CLASS SONG We're the class of '52l Yellow and white our colors be. Onward we will strive, Our flower the daffodil. To keep our symbols shining true, We are proud for all to see the things that A sign that we will make our class the best we fulfill, , ' one. The memories of the hours. , ' And throughout the years to come, And the old school bells that chime Onward to our goal we'll sail. We will cherish evermore. For Gl-l.S. our hearts will always hail For them this song together everyone! We raise our voices longg - Through all the years to come. ' 'z Jl. Q qi 'R ffm M 'R ' .,. aw'x mf Ns- 5, X ' Q-,y I J fs. La' ik ' 2- A fi , Riff '7 iff 1 ' ig. 2 : I Pl, , X fwl ill! xi is 'F M gs, 5 . -'ij V?--,Y -..g,. 'n. -Q., . .' I t M ff- .rap-M XA A IJ, . 'X i A5 it M We H .f it . . 51 , . 'M' ii., 'fe' 'Vi , x ny-v-, f 1 f 'Q'-4-Q' sa l G if A J J I .5-3, l in i f at Zi' ' la.. Billy Allen Sybil Batson Gladys Blackman Rudolph Brock A, J. Burruss Peggy Anderson Robert Bedford Gladys Mae Blackman Doris Brown Jimmy Campbell is 1 luv-3,:':i 4125...- I V ' 'S n x Roger Anderson sap. K Nw....f.-- N :W ,,,, fi Cu at "N 4-A i xiqt . X ,f vig, it X? -K: ..4- X i X' L: 41 ,N ,, 6 . 1 XXX A lt ii J' Donna Aycock Donald Best Irma Best Marjorie Blow Clara Jean Bradshaw Everleene Brown Bobby Bryan Robert Campbell Jewel Carr it l-lenry Baker Billy Biggs Nancy Bridgers Mildred Bryan Johnny Carr x n xl U' Phyllis Banks Edward Bizzell Jimmy Brock Kenneth Buck Roger Caudill .. 'iffy 'W' m y I , I , :vb A ' . .1- -1-,,,, 5315 AZA, , L-Q3 fy " I 5 sg-as QEEQL X X ag fa2? ass We YN nf- x.i'e img. 1 t X will x xx 3 VAAA l ww ix ,B A Q43 X fl C Ou 32 is Jimmy Cavenaugb Mary Lillie Chestnut Betty Cooke Dorothy Cooke Ellen Culloty Steve Dail Carroll Dawson Sally Edgerton Earnest Faust Aulsa Elye Sara Cobb Colleen Cooper Fay Daniels Perline Ennis Ruth Erick iufiii ,'lf' , Donna Cogclell Margaret Crumpler Barbara Davis Peggy EDDS Rena Gainey uigigs . . ' if " ft :rw AN 1 ,X li" ""Si. 'Ur ' E., . .A G N iv t I ' Gurney Collins Betty Culbretb Betty Daugbtry Lillie Mae Eaircloth Janice Ginn Bonnie Ruth Coley Frances Cuddington David Dauglwtry Louise Fail Billy Gibson 1. I , i 4. Y, if i A 4- as Wi' I, 'L bw' I ,, PPA jp . V il' E i if iii! Vw I, I 5-C.- lei ' fiifixgl E I P Y X azz Jr 1: f . fl V P Y J. , rf Q., W N , G E, il Q wjhfj L' f ,QM YY 1 il ,s ,,,,... i S .fl if as 'WX LN., 3 1 4'-S+ it "5m etxx l ""'h X if ff' X. I 1 , .J A X William Ginn Delores Hamm Morris Holt Joyce Jones Montee Maddox 45. 1-:px Betty .lean Grantham Jessine Hart Charlotte Hopewell Needham Jones Betsy Magill Yi li Mk I lf M3 'vs til -wqn .l Mary Ann Green Peggy Hawkins Emily Howell Carl Kassell Craven Malpass ag, i 41' if' ll J hfl f 1 ,G ,gg 4 ' A l l E 1 er if I l' ,.., Charles Grice Polly Hilbun Willie Ray Howell Eugene Keen Sarah Markham 1l,, 4"'Ngjru. '13- he IZ C QC l Morris Gurley Earl Hill Bruce Humphries Peggy Langley Ann Marlow I Shirley Hadden Ray Hollowell Helen Ingram Jane Langston Pat Marshall .i av, C78 Nl 5 'Vw' 9 2 if -'iw j 4-x 1 S 4..- . I 2 E , 2, K f f Y 2' wk if 1 fa l 4 ,L 'S 'f?'T"v' lf. I z 'QS Bobby Martin Carl Millard Dorothy Morse Marian Padgett l-larold Potter S-KJ Frank Mclnnis Elsie Minton Marie Mozingo Nancy Parker Jean Rackley Qs SWR I f 35 an ,Q-Q I P sq , nf,' . f Wai, . i, .t ,, , 1 5 4 s. J W! eil. 4... Ann McKenzie Jake Mitchell Ann Nelson R. D. Peacock Bryan Rhodes 'XS wp,-44 5 Qc 2' R ai X Q' if X Yi. , , , it L 1 'S i 'lv - Q Quhcwhx 1 1,-ff .UZ . L 'ifzxi' --I '1'.' '22, i-Qlgffgqi. ,Q ' :gym . Durwood McKenny Susan Mitchell .lanice Newsome 'Dixie Pearce Tommy Robinson 15 . 41 ' fr, , - W, l 'N I Susan Mcl.amb Betty Lou Moore Kathryn Newton Betty Pierce Shirley Rollins l C W. Merritt Yvonne Moore Charles Norwood Barbara Pittman Mary Alice Rose fi 3 stag i,' -Y' :N ir 5-P al.. 'l!"'fN if-Nqr' ' .of a- , r- ,,..5 . ag, ,Q-, f ' ' K,k,,.a slit L l ,WS 4. -K.. ' 1 345 dingh- K Q 'inf 1 'mae an l 4-.X l X T' 113, . vr--s., Q -is 03,5 ii fi .Rf ESL J 'US 7 X. gb b ..- za .H '1' y 4 X, X T 2 . . - x fi X, -ll X , , 48 , i gui Wm Eff J Ti 'R as- 4--x QA A if l Ronnie Rose Nell Scott Nora Mae Strickland Billy Thornton Barbara Warren Billy Rouse Billy Sears Jimmy Stuart Elisabeth Turner Emilie Warrick lvlela Royall Edward Simmons George Sullivan Lloyd Tyndall Billy Waters Donald Sauls Thomas Slade Ruth Sullivan Margaret Sauls David John Smith . ee Summerlin Audrey Vinson l.everne Walker Jimmy Westbrook Geraldine Wiggins Melvin Sauls Jimmie Smith Gladys Tilton Sara Walters Shirley Wiggins lv N, wg. 5" K6 M Rnchard Wnegand Edward Willems J FRLSHMLN xx STUIVIBLING IN THE DARK . - ua - 5 :st A 'r .C H-wa OFFICERS Bud Ellis ....,. ............... ........ P r esident Carroll West ..... ..... V ice-President Carol Corkey .... ........ S ecretary Knox Jenkins ................. ............. T reasurer COLORS: Red and White FLOWER: Red Rose MOTTO: "We strive tor victory and accept not defeat." CLASS SONG The halls of dear old Goldsboro High Oh, class of nineteen titty-three, Will always ring with memories Let's keep our banner raised. Ot all the happy hours we've spent We'll always reach for higher goals, Ot many schoolmates' laughter. Dear Ol-l.S., be praised. Our rose will never wither CHORUS3 Though hardships may sustain, To red and white, our colors bright. And in the end we all shall see, Oh, let us loyal be, Our work was not in vain. And let us always strive to win A lasting victory. .MM an ffwf? 'I in Wx l . , 'f.:1":.'t if '95 'Wits Af . fn., 4' ,gg-i his t 5-Ta .alsliiikxl 'S QL,-C .. ,r , fl Q . 1. 'J -4. 1 Billy Aycock Billy Benson Wayne Bradshaw Linwood Capps Nancy Combs is- ? QV f 5 ,ll,. J gf J C Rf get ""'?rn 5' S -ser' f 4, if-iv-, Slxi ,4-wg fl w. if ww. si... , f t . ' ' I- F' ,,. mv. 'HMT nk, fa , A f .,-4. . ,, 1. 5 ,K Q , ' ' 5 QQ v ,x X mt "'9""' X ' 7 I tw X, 7 gs. V T ...M QI " j ' ' f 1- v.-'l , 'E "' it -2 A J 3 gi V A 8 Ll? - ,, Jr A X 1,5 ill J l xhrtgim-V J we J ..,, X, V. ,il I ' A' 1' , w Q4 W 1 it ,C ,. l Q W 'X fl J. aaaiifai l mia i A Barbara Bagwell Ann Barfield Shirley Batson Elwood Batten Jimmy Bell Jewel Best James Brogden Thomas Capps Morris Conekin Barbara Blackman Kitty Brown James Carter Auburn Cooke Kenneth Boyd Betty Bryan Edward Caviness Margie Cooke Jimmy Bradley Troy Bryan Christine Cobb Carol Corkey David Earl Bradshaw Susan Campbell Dick Combs Shelton Cotton .Q ' X . , Xi? . any , x fi: M 3. '3'CT"x ' Q 'Ay V MJT' Us l M is is - 'X . , . P 1 . A i , 'sf t. df. fi ,- f' I' ' -lx 'iiiiiifiiil J " ' .rlsigyqai iq :M ,iiiiziiiitiaif l X i .43-ggggaiggzlziii-:ii , . ,:1"iV" 3 i",',f-'vA'5-f'1.'1SI' X '-fs .i ,'f.-.':::'J2:::' Ui' J ' Fliilftiiiliifgggfflf X fr-Awai. 2-1'1'kT1-Lifafsi. if!! . l wg' I f ,fs if Lf f s i" Q - 'A' Q 'W Q' . rt 'ft ,fm 5111, K l ,vu "' J f. -f-' ' ef .O 1 X 4 ? 'Q N .J 1 B C ff y 'l'V J Pi: gwm 75 5, C E"'t"D F-G' if 0 'Z-W' 'Q-A.-1 gym me i , X , A v w J i 'J is -.J Qvf, fitkfa Bobby Cousins Billy Crawford Patsy Creech Bobby Crumpler Dorothy Dail Mary Ann Dail David Denning Betty Dunn Jane Elliott Joyce Evans Pete Evans D. J, Faircloth David Forrest Bobby Garris Paul Glisson 'C7' JWQCMU as i . VQQM if Wilbur Creech W. D. Crisp Frankie Daniels Grover Davis Bud Ellis Martha Ellis Patsy Faircloth Thelma Faust Steve Gooding Lawrence Gurley , J fi ch 4 ' M it """5 fn' in. 'ff-N.-f ti X .J X i vii if i' ,,. -.af .ff F 55.1 Vx Betty Lou Crumpler Clark Denise Kenneth Epps Shirley Fields Betty Jean Gwatney l ll i 4 l l l .1 4 , I f visa 5 ,Q W, 4 'iii' ' 5 'mb :Ti LL X' 1 B.. it . - ka 'qu-w Q i w- xl ,wg , n qi ,W .fs X f , A 'K 4 ' 1, , , . . ,f ,gb ,..,s 7 W ,. , Vw fn, uv ag A i f '73, ,, i A 1 W L. 'sfjl -If i A l X Q 1 8 r. xw fu 1. ' sv, ', Jane Ham Janice Head Bert Howell Frank Jeffery Bobby Johnson 'If 1gs If cr sv I , l av, 5' , ,vp P' fl ,F ,Y ..': up-. 'S my is , 1.-of :W , m W3-et tw 165 Sanford Hamm George Hill Nancetta Hudson Henry Jenkins Tommy Johnson James Hare Betty Hilburn Alan Huey Knox Jenkins Julia Ann Jones l QW 5. Doris Harris Jerry Hinnant Ruddie Hughes Samuel Jenette R, B. Jones "UN Thomas Hart Nancy Holland Joyce Jackson John Jernigan Myrtle Ruth Jordan 5 -2 """B G9 'l Y V f X , M ,, I ll 'x X Q X-4111 J 12,3 X ' 7945. F W ka, 'N Wm 1273- c ..,. . , ' :g:1.2f- . , ' Z Carolynne Harwell Kenneth Horne Allen Jarman Betty Jinnette Annie Ray Keel i l l l l l i i l l i l l l 'Wh' . K if ' Qw- 'UN 'QM- is Wt' 1. tx, Q ' SQ gif? ' sk' i t..,.1, I . ., 9 'Lg 'X ,,,, L W? .yi zz . V ' ."' Swiss. I Braxton Keen Jean Lupton L. J. Merritt Shirley Mozingo Snyder Pate 'x LaVerne Kleinert Virginia Langston Paul Magill Pete Malpass Donald Montague Grace Moore Robert Nelson Peggy Nethercutt Gene Person Patte Pinyatello , lx ' 1. ff Z f 31, 4 f4r::"rv-Bl," X1 I, - we ' 'Hi AFPW' J E -i. .iii Swv Margie Lassiter Jay Maxwell l-larry Morris Edith Newell Billy Portertield ay ff M we i l Mary Ann Lassiter Barbara McClenny Billy Moses Sherry Noble Jimmy Potter ll i - ah" , ' 'nc E., 5 'fill' V si 1 A--ia me J fx' ie. 1 fp 'if' f I ' :Y N 'ft' lv .I-fgkxgi ,. .nu ,U 1 .' nf X lg li-"'i' FJ -. L 'llkolt Z' ' rx 6 1: ' . D Billy Price Rudolph Rowe arjorie Smith illie Rose Taylor Wayne Walker Ve' CQ, -Q... i xl 254:-. L 'X 1'-'S 'TE '11 57:15 'l Vlh. ' ix J Q74 'f k X' Q a liek i nm QQ 1-,M . Wt: 'X gn-wk WWW ,W ,. ' -" qs' it is, 40:15, 'H N 4 ' ' A SW H 1 I . X 3 H is 3 h d S 'G X3 Q Z' .1 ' 0 1 ,H l ng Mildred Price Jesse Sasser Robert Smith Joe Thompson Novella Walston Catherine Raper Emma Jean Sauls Ada Stafford Jessie Lou Tyndall Alton Ward -i-liiif all Joyce Reaves Shirley Shrago Janet Stanton Gene Vanni David Weil iff lt P 1 ,V X4-'vm W lx 5 "' V ,..",' J' E E Q i X 5. 4:2 - i 'X , . :lv ' A :Nr ' .. . .. :- A .if , S-if if Andy Rich Betty Jean Smith LeRoy Strickland Martha Wallace Carroll West Af," qw! -kwa M' 1 1 huh. ' ' ' " s. f , , if T ff " . ff ix fr W Qi ff , f 4 VM WM , .M L -1 1 Q X0 lE"lki - 'X . -'93 ff: M' 'lllmiiifi 'V 'vm' 'R' it r i in I ' as 72. f f M... ,-g. Aff ,' 5 ' J Xi" x Warren Rollins l-laopy Smith William Sullivan l-larriet Walton Jackie Whaley I F l l 'Z' ai TMJ' Durwood Wiggins Lora Wiggins Jo Ann Williams Lloyd Williams Edith Williams Grace Williams Harrie Ann Wood Sally Worrell "WE'Vll BEEN WURKING lllll THE IiillLli0illl ii 77 i 8. W ,. -: 4 . , ,A , . N----1 Tlll Ill ull lin 51 3 1 Ml-w 524' .-if ii , ,.f,. y J , '1 f, M., 'iw ff -.J YK' as X , -sn 1 -. iv -L gg, Vx - A . f' 15.1, . :nz -'f H r ff XJ J ' ' -4' Lays., ' ff ...I '-9 3-Tzimaw -Ma' :Hu M, -v . . ., ff V . FW 2 7 - X. x .X 7,2-q.,,:gq3, , ,. WDP X f A 2 f X, N , JW' , , Q 6 I ". 2 4 ' .3 , 2, 4 ff , fi 3, f " . Q ' , ' Q . '32, 549' X f F: A .Q53"'??f,:11-'.,,' i f ' rzmafffy 5 A f .fs - ' ya, ,ffvx Qu. ' ' ' 5-Lf K-.lf 21 v w' " L' ' tfz:qH,f'gE',fA'vi., EF-., ' 22:fff'f'IQL..e,.4f- .Q . ,. 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Co-Art Editors ........ Junior Editor ......... Sophomore Editor ..... Freshman Editor .... Historians ...... Prophet .... Testators .... X S ll In ci Ish ' yn ....,.., BUSINESS STAFF Business Manager ........ .................................. B ob . Co-Advertising Managers .... ..... .l ack Borden, Libby Lou Stua. Advertising Staff- ADVERTISING STAFF- Janet Cook Anne Butler Elton Warrick Margie Rose Callie McArthur Martha Kornegay Harold Kadis Joyce Pate Dawson Thompson Steve Dail Edward Bizzell Sally Edgerton Matilda Parker Emily Warrick 3111 hh, 'Q is 11051910 STUDENT ASSOUli-l'l'llllll The purpose ot this organization, vvhose power was delegated by the principal shall be to attain a higher standard otlcitizenship, to promote student participation and interest in activities ot the school, to develop and maintain school spirit, and to cooperate in promoting the general vveltare ot the school.-Article ll of the Constitu- tion ot the Student Association. Q- F .1 ' 0' A I if ' i , x OFFICERS OF Tl-lE STUIQENT ASSOCIATION President ...................................................... Jimmy Ellis Vice-President .......................... Q... ... .... Elton Warrick Recording Secretary ....,.. ..... P eggy Britt Corresponding Secretary ..... ....... R uth Forehand Treasurer ............. .......... J immy Shumate Advisor ..... ..... lvl iss Elizabeth Grant of-fi, 'Cv' .Xi 1 i .2 ' Si Q- . 155' 5 5 r QUEEN COMMITTEE CHAlRMEN REPRESENTATIVES Head Cheerleader ................ Jimmy Thomas Parltamentarian .........,........... K, D. Pyatt Social ........... June Handley and Donald Percise Buildings, Grounds, and Halls .......... Julian Hill Bulletin Boards.. Cafeteria. . . .. Library ......... Board of Elections ..... . Calendar ....... Flag ...... Reception ...... Devotional ..... Lost and Found. . Foreign Schools. . Scrap Book ..... Visual Education. .Nell Scott Annie Clara Savage .Mary Ann Green . . . . .Betty Barbee .......Sara Hunt . . . . .Paul Pittman .Margaret Bissette . . . . .Bob Mitchell and Morris Gurley Athletic ...... Charles Norwood ....Annette Paschall .Florence Bowden ......Mela Royall . . . .Sam Johnson Barbara Blackman Shirley Hadden Peggy Langley Lib Johnson Andy Rich l.aVerne Kleinert Betty Magill Carol Dawson Jane Buie Steve Dail G. F. Seymore Shirley Shrago Janice Vvhaley Jean McLawhorn Bill Dameron Janet Stanton LaVaine Butler W. D. Gurley Jimmy Frazier Gurney Collins Betty Narron Ellis Nelson Gene Roberts ARIDUNII THE CLIDCK AT G. ll. S. Nas.. xij, 4 C Registration at NCS CC. October 24, 25, 26, 1949. Intramural Basketball Merry Christmas from Stuttgart, Eddne Mrtchells Drscussron Group at NC SC C. October, 1949. "Old Unfalthtulf' N,C.S.C.C. Delegates at GHS. Watch your step boys. Rowe Fespermarfs Discussion Group at N.C.gC.C, October, 1949. f Jfylw 1 'I Aff?-wI:iiii,3I V i Y :' ' J -"' A ,til ifyggwi. Tn ., vii , V ,....,gw.w-MXH wk .,,. 34.1 . Y Lifzii ge 'Sig T" 'II X ef I 4 it , ,2 'life Z HEAD CHEERLEADER ................ ............... J immy Thomas ASSISTANT HEAD CHEERLEADER ..... ................. S ara Thompson SENIOR CHEERLEADERS .......... ..... B obby Darden, Elizabeth Smith JUNIOR CHEERLEADERS ......... ........... B iII Sills, Shirley Pate SOPHOMORE CHEERLEADERS ..... .... G urney Collins, Joyce Jones FRESHMAN CHEERLEADERS ..... Jimmy Bradley, Sherry Noble CHIEF MARSHAL Karl Albert Walter Culberth Elton Warrick Jack Borden Sara Hunt Alyene Rollins Betty Barbee Barbara Anderson Florence Bowden Anne Butler Hugh Shine Jean Mftchell l gl in f ff 63: ,fa if I +655 l i ASSISTANT Cl-llEE MARSHAL Minnie Ruth Eorehand Paul Pittman Bud Davis Eddie Mitchell Elizabeth Smith Libby Lou Stuart Peggy Pittman Christine Daniels Joyce Williams Peggy Ann Britt Jimmy Ellis Faye Parnell "ti .w 0. ,?,, .9.l'9.,. I ,..K, . 9 W5 -sf RFQ isfffxry 1 ,. fc, Sf MR. EUGENE ROBERTS QQN OS l Q Qp,Q3tTQ,6,xoi SS 41905856 Advisor 459, GIILIJSBIIIIIJ III NEWS EDITORIAL STAFF EDITOR ....................... Ruth Foreband MAKE-UP EDITOR ................ Gene Roberts FEATURE EDITORS ...... Doris Page, Adaline Vann ALUMNI EDITORS. .Sara Thompson, Edna Mitchell SPORTS EDITORS ......... Jimmy Ellis, Julian Hill EXCHANGE EDITORS.. .Faye Parnell, Norma Frick PHOTOGRAPHERS ..... Jimmy Ellis, Gene Roberts BUSINESS STAFF Business MANAGER .......... , .... Betty Barbee ADVERTISING MANAGERS ....... Elton Warrick Sue Cobb CIRCULATION MANAGERS ..... Ruth Edmondson Peggy Malpass HI NEWS SHOP.Sara Thompson, Ruth Edmondson, Doris Page, Norma Frick ADVISOR .......... ........, E ugene Roberts if f. amiga 4 N' -. . , swwilll mfmnaaasm afi-'iSIE,5i?i'?' me my , J, -a I . me ing 3 Wi' " as wma FM ,: in -M,,.mwubmUS....z 1 W. Q' 2,5 m ?FiM,f3YZ,z?f'i"2 ,fix M wmlxmfwm, Vg ' mf av mm 'Qi lm zsfanuuxlimtlwwf f ,. amines 'wr :mise :IJ mama I gym MMM. ' 'I ' Mliwdivfirwfwf nm ga. F91 mlimivmtllnmsxw Ilmqsn1"'fff"Mi is iilaiw :A 45 -.... ,-...,.,. -,....,... X ,W cuiiimis iiiiiiiitm ivtziwic ciiiiiima """"" 5""f" iiimoiiiin iioiioii soiiiim President ......... ...... Vice-President .... Secretary ....... Treasurer .... Advisorg . X X N I Cn? Karl Albert Florence Bowden Peggy Britt Anne Butler Jimmy Shumate Peggy Pittman Jack Borden Betty Barbee gg-'S MEMBERS Jimmy Ellis Ruth Eorehand Ashton Grittin Sara Hunt MEMBERS TAPPED, Hugh Shine Martha Kornegay Dawson Thompson Jimmy Frazier Eddie Mitchell .,Anne Butler .......Elorence Bowden .Bob Mitchell ...... Miss Janie C. lpock NFITIUNHL I 'wwf 3 ,, f 'fuk SPRHXIG, Qui' Eddie Mitchell Bob Mitchell Elizabeth Smith l 950 Samuel Johnson K, D, Pyatt June Handley Callie McArthur X' Jim Alley Barbara Anderson Donald Best Barbara Blackman Bess Boyette Audrey Boykin Edward Broughton Jack Burras LaVaine Butler Robert Campbell Johnnie Carr Sarah Casey Wilbur Creech Bobby Crumpler Dorothy Dail MEMBERS Charles Denning David Denning Kenneth Epps Lawrence Gurley Frances l-lollowell Anne Johnson Elizabeth Johnson Stewart Jones Laverne Kleinert Nathan Lewis Susan McLamb Billy Moses John Pearman Ronald Rercise OFFICERS OF BAND Student Director .................... Billy Rouse Drum Major ..... Captain ....... lst Lieutenant .... 2nd Lieutenant... 2nd Lieutenant... Librarian ........ . . ..... Bobby Strickland . . . . . .Billy Rouse . . . .John Pearman .. ....... Roland Percise Barbara Anderson .....SusanMcLamb Assistant Librarian ..... ..... A nn Johnson Secretary ....... .. . .... Alyene Rollins OSB ish 0429 ff' SQA 5 La M5 I L D Director-John B, Thompson Majorettes: Head Majorette- Martha Rose Colleen Faircloth Adaline Vann Phylis Banks Jean Conner Hilda Westbrook ,X 'xxx i MEMBERS Mildred Price Earl Ray Radford Alyene Rollins Kermit Rose Billy Rouse Jack Scott Ann Smith Arnold Stanton Bobby Strickland Dawson Thompson Bobby Tyndall Buddy Wester Bobby G. Wiggs Bobby S. Wiggs Jo Ann Williams MEMBERS FROM WILLIAM STREET Della Johnson Bobby Kadis Jimmy Daughtry Tommy Hines Lewis Sutton Viyi Johnson Dale Caudill Ann Toler Steve Brown OFFICERS President ....... ............... .... B o bby Frederick Vice President .... ....... Q Bud Davis Secretary ........... ........... D onald Percise Caleb Maddox Kenneth Allen Vollie Faircloth Bobby Frederick Charles Norwood Irving Ennis R. L. Gurley Bud Davis Bud Ellis W. D. Gurley Durvvard McKinney Hugh Shine Carlie l-linnant Bud Wallace Donald Percise Ronald Percise Sonny Gainey Lovelace Bell G. F. Seymour Bobby Watson Junior l-lallovv Jimmy Shumate Harold Potter Rob Smith Bob Mitchell Eddie Mitchell Sam Donnell James Carter Bobby Noble Happy Smith David Liles Charles Denning George Langston Kenelm Brock Bobby Tyndall Ashton Griffin Worth Potter Jack Burruss l-larold Nunn Bobby Darden Karl Albert Jr. McRoy Jimmy Frazier Louis l-lallow Joe Collins Fred Shelby Bill Dameron Jack Casteen Jimmy Longest Richard Jones Jack l-louser Harold Kadis Donald Best Tom Slade Billy Charlton Edmond Brown Billy Moses Elizabeth Smith .... Peggy Pittman .. . Shirley Rollins .... Alyene Rollins ..... Andrew Grittith .. . Lydia Alexander Betty Brown Nancy Combs Betty Crumpler Patsy Creech Susan Campbell Betty Culbreth Bettie Dunn Joyce Evans Colleen Faircloth Ruth Erick Ludie Cay Grantham Joyce Gurley Carol Garris Jane l-lamm Janice Head Ann l-lood Doris Harris Gertie Klinert Annie Ray Keel Nina King Mary Ann Lassiter Virginia Mae Langston Jean Lupton Peggy Malpass Joyce McClenny Eleanor McCullen OFFICERS MEMBERS ...........Vice-President , . .Secretary and Treasurer Dorothy Jean Mozingo Elsie Minton Lessie Minton Yvonne Moore Betty Rose Narron Edith Newell Louise Odom Geraldine Pate Barbara Pittman Joyce Reaves Alice Rose Shirley Rollins Alyene Rollins Peggy Strickland Lib Smith Ada Stafford Emma Jean Sauls l-lattie Ann Wood Lora Wiggins Novella Walston Janice Whaley Joyce Williams I-larriett Walston Edith Williams Pearl l-lapper Peggy Pittman Anabel Grantham Julian Manly Ml... mm LE UIIHJLE FRANCAIS OFFICERS President ............. .......,. . . Pat Taylor First Vice-President .... ., Edward Mitchell Second Vice-President .... , Ruth Forehand Secretary ........... . . Peggy Pittman Treasurer .. . .. Walter Culbreth IZTZ' a sr i ,C xv fEi.Lf1 51 r g.- -L -,,f'r" ,,, l'f. F A ti rr., . ,,.,L ,, yy, Q Peggy Britt Barbara Anderson Lib Smith Adaline Vann Betty Barbee Ruth Forehand Janet Cook Ann Hood Billy Charlton Jimmy Shumate Elma Worrel Sara Hunt Geraldine Pate Hugh Shine Merle Best Ashton Griffin Edward Mitchell MEMBERS Peggy Pittman Pat Taylor Owen Ginn Jimmy Frazier Lucille Williams Nancie Hamil Martha Kornegay Faye Smith Edith Long Lillian Haynes Callie McArthur K. D. Pyatt, Jr. Veryl Trueblood Betty Jean Henderson Rob M. Smith Samuel E: Johnson Harold Kadis W Walter Culbreth OFFICERS fl 1,1170 Swv fl 44' L08 lJlllll0llIS'l'llllllllllS 7 President ........... ........ E d Vinson XA' Vice President . .Kenneth Allen t l Segretary ..... Joyce Gurley :W Treasurer .... Elton Warrick 4' . Parliarnentarian .... Carlie l-linnant 42 4 3 ,s A fd, it 1 at ly , I m.jj,4P1f 1 c H WR' MEMBERS Ed Vinson Carlie l-linnant Bobby Wiggs Robert Wiggs Betsy Best Elton Warrick Joyce Williams Martha Ann Rose Florence Bowden Anne Butler Kenneth Allen Joyce Gurley Bobby Anderson Metz Bizzell John Pearman Jack Scott Betty Best Ann Johnson Joyce Pate Keith Goodson Reba Miller 'G K f, ,4,.M3::x44?yl Jllllllllll ULASSIUAL LEAGUE Illl OFFICERS ll Vice-President ........................... Carl Kassell Secretary ................................ Martha Wallace Treasurer ................................ Steve Dail ,tJ' 'Awqk i l ,,, N S 24 President .,...,....,......,.............. saiiy Edgerton ii Xi, 5 3- ti r il ' aa area' a. v a a id-it Harry Scott Pat Marshall Sara Cobb Billy Gibson Steve Dail Ann Marlow Jimmy Cavenaugh Sally Edgerton Susan Mitchell Susan McLamb Betty Grantham Morris Gurley Barbara Davis Jane Langston Carl Kassell Charles Norwood MEMBERS Louise Wooten Morris Holt Mela Royall Jessine Hart Frank Mclnnis Edward Bizzell Martha Kornegay Bobby Darden Stewart Jones Gene Roberts Jimmy Longest Nancy Hamil Nancy Bridgers Sherry Noble Janet Stanton Ann Bartielcl Patte Pinyatelle Grace Moore Martha Wallace Nancetta Hudson Barbara Bagwell Martha Ellis Matilda Parker Shirley Shrago Carol Corkey Carolyn Harwell Dorothy Dail Steve Gooding Snyder Pate Jack Hauser Edith Long Tommy Robinson Fay Smith ii. E. iiiiiii 4' QQ: -. orricERs XQKLX lf 9 Billy Adams .......................... President .L gobby Bell ............. Vice-President Everleen Brown ..... Corresponding Secretary X Mary Lou Raper ..... Recording Secretary I Kieth Boykin ........... Treasurer James Earl Raper ..... Editor-in-Chief 'Qx' l 'S 4 ,C 'X GN - Billy Adams Glenn Carraway James Cooke Billy Daughtry Richard Howard Waverly Langston R. D. Peacock Melvin Sauls Jean McLawhorn Gene Anderson Roger Anderson Bobby Bell George Blackman Keith Boykin MEMBERS Kenelom Brock Edmond Brown Ethlene Coley Earl l-lill James Earl Raper C. W. Turner Bobby Tyndall Jimmy Underwood Ruth Lee Daughtry lda Lee Holland Mary Joyner l-lattie Redick Carolyn Sutton Dorothy Worrell William Eranks Willie Ray l-lowell Reginald James l-lorace Jones Billy Price Ronald Price Jimmy Stewart Wintord Walker Everleen Brown Gladys Costin Margaret Crumpler Ludie Grantham Jean Rackly Mary Lou Raper ,rg fu-'Q ZKWWYA ?sQ .PXAFEJ UW' WWW X, ,-ff' fx Q-me f rm! was X wo E W 19' B W 1" N Q 'x lf 'f "lm ff xizffgg www'-'sm IKM: "6K.-,,,gjqa . f Sw nz fm? F. ll. il. IIFFIUEIRS PRESIDENT Jainice Whaley VICE-PRESI DENT Hilda Tolder SECRETARY Nancy Parker ' TREASURER Colleen Coober l'l l S-l'ORlAN ' Sara Markham RARLlAMENTARlAN Sarah Casey REPORTER Rene Gainey SONG LEADER Gertie Kleinert COUNTY VICE-PRESlDENT Hilda Westbrook Jane Hamm Louise Eail Nancy Parker Janice Whaley Gertie Kleinert Rena Gainey Marjorie Lassiter Christine Cobb Yvonne Jones Rose Taylor Betty l-lilburn Peggy Nethercutt Joyce Jackson Minnie Ruth Eorehand Betty Ann Home Peggy Ann Britt Hilda Westbrook Annette Paschall Myrtle Jordan Ada Stafford Shirley Batson Elizabeth Turner Betty Lou Moore Ellen Culloty Perline Ennis Janice Newsome Sara Walters Helen Ingram MEMBERS Gladys Blackman Faye Daniels Dorothy Hill Julia Ann James Mary Ann Lassiter Layern Kleinert Harriet Walton Sally Worrell Reba Miller Sarah Casey Jewell Carr Colleen Eaircloth Louise Odom Jean Merritt Jane Warrick Shirley Wiggins Mary Lillie Chestnut Betty Jean Smith Shirley Batson Dolores Hamm Joyce Jones Betty Pierce Hilda Toler Ruth Davis Nancy Hallard Dorothy Jean Mozingo Nora Mae Strickland Sara Markham Peggy Hill Betty Culbreth Marilyn Padgett Martha Ann Rose Dorthy Worrell Julia Cotton Anne Acker Mary Alice Rose Polly Hilburn Colleen Coober Ludie Cay Gratham Nina King Betty Daugherty Dorothy Mozingo Carol Garris Susan Campbell Jo Ann Williams Annie Ray Keel Barbara Blackman Ruth Erick Marie Mozingo Shirley Hadden Donna Cogdell Janice Ginn Hazel Brogden Montee Maddox Phyllis Banks Peggy Anderson Nadine Howell Doris Brown Q Q Xwnxpf I IM. t lfA. s J Z lql x T S- T ,JIIIIIIIIIKX 'Q-'nt' 9 f f ' 7 if X Af? A ffiff 'alia 5 A i h 'V' ' ' ' - I I 5,216 1'k"""T" Q06 9 QTW5 UTHE sounrs OUTSTANDING THEATER Fon Youm NN XEEX NSA S W if i NUNN EN PROED ' dem Xlkce-V vesx KENNETH IXEEEN S 'dem P vesx it 'S PAUSE BEFORE TH RPXYER E SHOW OMENT ORD' S 9 "HM THE L ' EEORENCE BOW DEN Eosm QGY ess VAaoa CPXELXE NNQPXR 'm Secretary Vox THU? -Q7 PUREOSE The purpose or 'mrs orgamzarroo rs ro gwe 'ws members praCrrcaX experrerrce 'ro mrerprermg and prooocmg oots'rarro'mg pXays, to promote commomty 'mrerest 'ro the oramatrc, aCr'rv'rt'res or the schooX, to oeveXop ' 'raXerrr or me stooems ofr rrre schooX, Ko eocourage the ' fr better pXays, and ro promote an ervmusra N GRXEEXN C Manager the crearrve apo wrrrressmg o 'ts phases. Er reaomg ma 'm aXX r for the ora i I i r r MR H H JANET SSHTH 1 I a I I Q 2 , I L. V: I y'ryv Wav, , ? iQzaeaS'rQ'xisfmrs llCR75Z4'il'rN Nw-T-in A 1 53? 5-2. '?.'E RYA UK, EAAQSW tiff iw I QE fy- Pim 3 M... I 1 N We iff AN K mx , c ,www 1. rf A, by 'lf 454 0460 J' 45 435,147 IAQ? 0' 4' Aff N We t f i ',.,"A '-naw f A o N A. 'lb Q! Q0 O E d ,ge Gfytfxf "mg 'dag C64 ll M4 'ws 'L JO p 175, V , I' in QQOX- OQQ6 If tasks, 'aw '91 if " k J BQ: J ' X 55+ Qs? W C' y 4d,,7,007 7, ji? 'Wu 'wo 'fa f . f 4 I1 My f If Soc .Asp QQ. sq. ao I 'rv vue Verlag- J Jyflqi wack- J THE WILLOW AND l By John Patrick Directed by Sarah Alexander Bessie Sutro ................... ' .Lucille Williams Tinny ......... .... P eggy Hawkins Marsha Sutro ..... ..... J udy Adams Bailey ......... ....... J immy Ellis Theodore Sutro .... ..... K enneth Allen Millie Sutro ..... ..... P eggy Ann Britt Dr. Oliver ...... ..... E dward Mitchell Kirkland Todd .... .... A shton Griffin Robin Todd ..... ....... A shton Griffin Duke Todd .... .... D avid John Smith Mabel ..... .... R uth Eorehand Dr. Trubee .... ...... K arl Albert X THE WILLOW AND l Two sisters, young in'l900, are in love then with the same tall young man. One of the sisters is frail and gentleg the other robust and assertive and used to getting what she wants with no struggle to speak of But it is the gentle Marsha that young Robin Todd loves and is about to marry-and never marries because Bessie, the more-'violent sister, tries to kill herself, and the other, finding her with a revolver and wrestling with her for it, is shocked out of reality when the gun is fired. Her mind comes back from the violence, and for forty years Marsha lives in her clock-stopped mind on her summer wedding day. And then, in the violence of a summer storm, she awakens to find herself old and the whole world changed. 4 fiieitffz 6 W , 9,58 A1 1 ", gl o .,., '-Wwr-1 ,x1.W of Ya U 'O ,.. ' .FVJ . exia: X Zur! 5' fl 5 T- ! e 1 FY", 4 0 Q-rt-in-lmewfua-Q-Q4 tr as 140441 W MW 111141:-gnzxswauvansu-1: at-than A -141-Qh -uunnsunwn-nal 6-nvaua I'Ki'4Q!1KCt8!l'fl'lil lil O 1 -'DQ f Nwwwsxl ' c I mgh W fi fgfv 5 ,u--.--lvl nf' By Arthur Miller Joe Keller ..... Kate Keller .... Chris Keller .... Ann Deever ..... George Deever. . Dr. Jim Bayliss.. Sue Bayliss .,... Frank Lubey. .. Lydia Lubey .... Bert ......... 'rt ALL MY SONS Directed by Clifton Britton .............Daron Ward . . . .Barbara Griffith . ........ Harry Ward ...Mary Olive Grady . . ..... Andrew Griffith . . .... Kenneth Allen . ........ Ruth l-linson ............Karl Albert . . . . .l-larriette Thompson . . . . . . . .Wallace Wood ALL MY SONS A During the war Joe Keller and Hubert Deever ran a machine shop which made airplane parts. Deever was sent to prison because the firm turned out de- fective parts, causing the death of many men. Keller wen-t free and made a lot of money The love affair of Chris Keller and Ann Deever, the bitterness of George Deever returned from the war to find his father in prison and his father's partner free, are all set in a structure of almost unbearable power, nl, GULDMA 0lEIi ll Tllll ATIU AL EXPRESS -ef li 1' . . 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MISS ELIZABETH SMlTH Varsity Queen V949-l 950 VARSITY lllillli '-rri ..............President ...........Vice-President Corresponding Secretary . . . . . . .Recording Secretary ..............Treasurer ... . .Parliamenfarian T ,ave lr G. 1 1' . 5, 1 gs, F, UL. ff i ta 3 .1 Herman Vinson Merle Best R L Gurley l-lugh Shine Carlie l-linnant Lovelace Bell Bud Davis W D Gurley Donald Percise Ronald Percise George Lynch James Lewis Sonny Gainey Billy Ruffin Q Bobby Watson Louis l-lallovv William Bell VAllSl'l'Y UL l When the score stands against me and there seems little chance to win when there is a whole halt to play and l am hot and tired and sick at heart then l pray Divine Comrade tor strength to play the game. lt is easy enough to play when l am winning when l teel tresh and there are no odds against me' but when things are going wrong and l am tempted to cheat to gamble or to quit then l need Thy help. -p5v1 I A IB PRAYER l want to take lite as a game and play it fair and hard. To do this, I need some strong leader, so l pray that Thou will always be with me. When I am cowardly, or tired, or battled, give me the sense that Thou art by my side, Telling me how to plan my way and giving me the courage to keep on, Be with me in the contest of today and all through life's course. Amen. Worth Potter Junior NflcRoy Walter Culbreth Jimmy Frazier Bobby Frederick Eddie Mitchell G, E. Seymour Junior I-lallow Bud Wallace Charles Norwood Elton Warrick Billy Charlton Jimmy Ellis Kenneth Allen Alvin Potts K. D, Pyatt Rt 1 Isla' iz:-, 5' I 4-9 . fin! mfg., ..- 5-FN any W 4...,, f , Ik 5'-4 - 1' :lu ,X I 5 - W ff. 5 4 4 fbi Hanfu' 'LIST-'EfM"' I , 229.1 , y A.., 5 y we ,f Lf , fa? .n ,'vA,: I .gy .ai HCIIL Hcsf Hvvwrq-ble Me-11Tcn All-Ea.sTe,rn " Willis! riifiyivqsrgff' Haworaiblq, Mangan v r f' - I ,gg . i 1 Q'-J 7 n.-I A Pe CT: e fer f 1 I WILLIAM CAUSEY I-lead' Football Coach ' .l If Qi-5.1.-, F".f'ef,- ... 'KF' .--"'-HN., i ,gg m 9 W YS 1.15 Q 4 4 if 1 - l .1 ' I f- Jr 9 1 ,Ms fs - .H s l I I k Q., A n n H CHARLES DOAK Assistant Football Coach i 5' 1 M Geri 4 I 1 V lil ries? W: J Frazne www' EFPf?EYA'-F' -N--Wy ,f H s Hu fl Shine W A12 fcxffdrn li 1, H 3 s wp M 'im ' .WM A, ,Q ll! Rob Smith Carol! West David Reeves Dag Qgughtfy B i l'Ly,,fIfhorn1gQ13gM K. as .,,,y 1 ,X ,X LA-M W WMV 'W 3? .,X' -fe , .JIQVN pf' J awie. ,B ,Q Maw w Agff' ,x M 'Tw 1 '35, Q .H if V digg.: ' ' In Q " N QW fv 22 ia fr Y . "'5"'f- 4 AW -14' 943' Q gf .. an dh ill , Q? Club I 1 w f V. Aga? "nag, Q-Qu, x --Q ,. , .ppp Q 2 1. Q., , 3? , , if an 1 ":"!f 4ivf.if W V , N -w z S if 3 F L ' SH H ff? wig '. - - Jillihnamma Qi 31 Bob Jay Jack Q W V Steve uf' wwf- W D . " N gf, n"59g tl 'wqpgwff ,, i -A "" W.. . M,-F' in "ivy ' Wi. 4,-4 .4, -'adlgsrx wg. ,N A Fjuviygf , N X, ' , "yu, A f 'W 1 ,, , . , ,kg 'K " w N - 41- - in 7-sg 'Il ' A M-4' 43- 4by Dawd N4 Andy BobBy Eugen I, li l llllll l'l'Y BA KETBALL i ' Ne il l ill l l 0 1 e 'i lay ' 'vw dw H V MANAGERS s Bud Davis, Billy Ruffin if J' 7 X i Donald Percise, No. lO Louis lflallovv, Noi 9 Jimmy Slwumale, No. 3 G. F. Seymour, No. 7 Junior l-lallovv, No. 8 Metz Bizzell, No. l2 William Bell, No. l3 Neil King, No. l4 Q Sam Donnell,'No. 6 Billy Charlton, No. i8 C I-lugli Shine, No. ll Ronald Percise, No. 5 X gh 5 20 ..: 0' Ei ! 2 '-- f , 5 1 Vi Braxton King William Ginn Bobby Sasser Dick Howard Lefty Davis MANAGERS Happy Smith Paul Glisson x :QLD Sgr , ' A S 9 S B, 657 gxj S, S 1 5 V f-avril l 3 Julian l-lill, Juirnrny Knight, Bod Wallace, Charles Norwood, Morris Gurley, Bobby Noble. ROW l-Donald Percise, Tommy Beamon, Billy Webb, Ronald Percise, Waverly Langston. ROW ll-David Johnson, Sonny Godwin, Gene Sommerlin, Howard Sasser, Ray Bryan, Sam Johnson, Ed Vinson, ROW lll--W, D. Ourley, G, F. Seymore, R, L. Gurley, Jack Rose, Billy Charlton, Bobby li Frederick, William Bell, lVlr, Blysak. 2 ei rfb 51" rl Yr I . 4 il 'i il ,I t " - , 'A ',f -f L- Q... .. af -.-f' I .W Y .A ,, 'Sw' .A-:','b.' ,.,,, .Ax WA . i Q .- Q - 1 i ,W-. fa., , ,K ...i - . - A - 4-. Q .zo -1 gp: - l - Q Y - -, , sv A ' H ' N - '1- L l 4- . ,TWA W f'f..r "' -, ne'-V: 1 , h' 1 W., ' , .1 -4 7 . l i M- ' -.- . 2' 42 Dm- ..,, ",'k+., A.:- 'zl 1. lil S P 0 ll T S A W A ll ll S MOST VALUABLE PLAYER W, D.-Mc:Roy, Jr. SPORTSMANSHIP AWARD Bud Davis AW in gif ' 02"- 5-3 V . Q i:"Q1f-1 fit? V ' V , L + ff' I X wi 5 q if 'f'j5'l' f' f, !,,r7ffQQ 'A 74' fQ f9 Q 'fr A 17? V , A gb f g ,J-ff" 9. ff iff' ,f'i - ,112 -f' Z!! ,jf ".f ' ggfiib J I f"'.' , f X, f -' W- -..xx I' If . ,,f X - .l Z, 1 ,f 9 BMBOARDS F ::::::::: I l I I 'I 1 P i 2' LINCOLN MERCLIRY I Ii OOL0sBORO's TRANSPORTATION CENTER 3, C-ENTRAL SERVICE MOTOR CO., INC. l QI PHONE 2340 l iii' ,,,,-,,,,,,,,- 4, egiiiiiig,,,,,iii,,,,,,,,,, I: ' 1, AUT0 LGANS If W. H. Griffin 81 Son I i 'P l Financing and Refinancing ll ESTABLISHED 1891 fl Wayne Finance Company COAL-FUEL OIL l EE l Telephone I024 200 West Ash EE 47 PHONES 48 1, 'I 'I X:::::::::::::::::- riiiiifiifffffif-2 L :::- - ::::::::::::::::::::v v fee:::::::::::ee::::::::::e::::::::1r :::::::::::::::::eeeeeeeeeeee I: A. T' Hawkins I I Builders Supphes Co. I DISWBUTORS OF 3, I BUILDING MATERIALS Texaco Petroleum Products I, I Wall Boards - lnsulatIon - Rock Wool ,I Paint - Hardware - Windows - Doors I Grantham at Center Street :I 'I Plumbing applies il Telephone 1307 Jacksonville, N. C. Phone 24l l It ll GOLDSBORO' N' C' I1 I: Goldsboro, N. C. Phone 390 L::::::::::I::v 5: :::::::-2 L::::::::::::::::- A::::::::::: I J . P . T A Y L O R lf Incorporated I LEAF TOBACCO DEALERS l l OOLOSBORO, NORTH CAROLINA 'I 'I 4, vJ-0-0-0-4-AAA4r0-4--A--A- -J-0-:AAA THE DRINK EVERYBODY KNOWS C4625 I IN BOTTLES BOTTLED BY EI 142,025 I' E . 5 IE ' E 4 A BARNES - HARRELL - RAWLINGS CO. GOLDSBORO, NORTH CAROLINA 1 'I I Jc-A:-c----"- "' 'AAA' 'A' Citizens Building 81 Loon Associotion Sove to Build - Build to Sove I OO South Center -----,,,4.---,.---4,-------A- fN0-'twat-0-0-0-0-Ar vvvv---vv v vvvv- --v A-::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: J If Crowford-Norwood Co. EQ I 'I FRANCIS W. STANLEY StonIey's Funerol Home Since 1896 TELEPHONE I364 Chestnut Street ot Jomes I I Reoltors I 4I I Soles - Rentcrs - Insuronce 1' ' I It SINCE I892 I II " I1 IOO South Center Phone 2060 Il :L::::::::::5:5:::::5:5:::::::J:::5:l r -:f::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::v -I I Woyne Reolty And If II , Insuronce Co. 'I 'I II A Complete ond Relioble Insuronce I 'I I :I Service It I I Qt D. H. BLAND c. W. PEI-xcocvc QI I J. R. WORRELL I Reoltors If I I, If '::::::::::::-1-:J-1-:.1-0-4-:J-lo-:Q : Borden Manufaoturmg Co Manufacfurers QUALITY KNITTING YARNS A"'A- -:::J-4 Wayne Rlte Cleaners E F Taylor I I II y I I I 6 I I I I II II y :I I II II II I II II I I' '-4' J I- ---A----AA AA -------AA-AA-A-AA-- 1 r I I T II I II U I I I - :I : .I I I, I - - I I II I I II I 4 221 EAST HGLLY STREET Ehone I5O II II 4 I I I It , GENERAL CONTRACTORS "WE AIM TO PLEASE" , Goldsboro Cigar Store EE Compliments A Place of Recreation Since I9I6 T09 E. Walnut Goldsboro, N. c. Jack Bowden WALTER BARWICK, owoor 2 PhOne658 YOUR GULF MAN METERED GAS SERVICE WHEREVER YGUR ARE Goldsboro Gas Company 1, On The Mains I Town And Country Gas Company, Inc. I Bottled Gas ..,,,.,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,:,,N,,,,,,,,,,:,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,:,..3 'I NX 1 M "F .JJ - x - 'Q A, m 1. W. , ...X Q f i gf 1-.2 H 2 ing f 9, 1 4, 'x , '34 u .. 4 5-1' 1 5 J .114 U ' U. ir' Wh '1 . '45 mv 'ix ,a,5.,4 , fzfhf., A 4,41 Q' 'X i? if vii? l ,EJLH 'Kari-'-IAA! u,s-,wx ml F1 iw -ai .-A ,wx A551591 my T gQ,.m....x- , . N -, we , ":f:2,5 - 5 Q ' gif 4' f A-"""" . tl -x - . f ' x 4 mfg? ,f '!' l 2 V .!.1 !' ini illgx DEWEY BROS., INC. EQLJNDERS - MACHINISTS - MILL SUPPLIES STEEL FABRICATORS - METAL WINDOWS TELEPHONE T800 GOLDSBORO, NORTH CAROLINA l llllllfjff M iii li liiiiiiiilllliiiiii' II 'I H Ole' G0 l Cl 5 be 'O 1515 Efird's Deportment Store II II Dining Room I I Hotel Goldsboro Borber Shop I '22 WEST WA'-NUT 4, 4 Lee Horrington - E. F. Jones II T I h I9 G. C. Thompson, Jr. eep one 8 ::::::::::::::::: Q ::: -: ::-A ---A--------A 41? --- --v--- f:: vvvvv :e '--- '---- Il l I I Giddens Jewelry Store THE BANK OF WAYNE I 1, I The only bonk in Goldsboro offering Il :I North CoroIino's Oldest Jewelers Il Il complete checking occount ond other II I In Il' I GOLDSBORO'S OLDEST BUSINESS bonking services, which is locolly owned ll I, It T:TT:::T:iiiii::iifiiffTfiif:' ond operoted. 4, II MEMBER 0, THE HAT SHOPPE I Fede-rol Deposit Insuronce J , I I - I Corpomllon I 1 "ExcIusive MiIIinery" 'I I wx I AAAA U- ff0'Qq0s0+6:Joh4':::: ::::-"'f:::: Compliments of Goldsboro Building 8g Loan TOM R. BEST KNOX HATS - TIMELY CLOTHING Manhattan and Van Heusen Shirts and Paiamas H9 E. WALNUT PHONE 395 : :::::::::::::::::::::::::::::- L. E. WARRICK General Contractor Route 5 Phone 836-W :J-c:::: : : : ::::::::: :: :: : ::::::::: : -----------,,c-----I---- --------- I J -vv--vvv----,-v: :::::::::J-c Gardner's Dairy Products Homogenized and Pasteurized Milk Retail and Wholesale 503 W. MULBERRY ST. Telephones: Plant 166 - Office 766 L, :::::::::::::::::::: ::::::::: for all EASTERN NORTH CAROLINA 'WEIL'S S-T-R-E-T-C-H-E-S your dollars and gives you high fashion to boot! v- ---v v - vJ-cAAA'AAJ-0-0-cA'-A- mag, A "M " , , 4x 0 b-.109 Aw 5113 ' , x. n M , W f I ,yfJ'f,, W, ,I . G W "V 'W fw Wu fun , ' J,,vwMmz1gH" W" 1 U iff' 'HM ' , H1 W r 141 W1 "'g,'j?' I Q , AMIL. , pm , 'L f va 1 al nr' 4 ,4 f . V , iwfl J N Milli I I I I I It -------AA:-t ------- J-If-J-0.0-arf PATE-DAWSON MOTOR CO., INC. SALES 8t SERVI OLDSMOBILE 233 NORTH CENTER STREET Phone 808 Goldsboro, N. C. C E I I -Je-of ...... -of ------- AAAAAA- PATE - DAWSON CO. Wholesale Fresh Fruits and Vegetables GOLDSBORO, N. C. GOMPLIMENTING THE SENIOR CLASS White's Laundry J Goldsboro Chamber of Commerce and Merchants Association, Inc. Dedicated to the Building and Development of a Greater and Finer GOLDSBORO And WAYNE COUNTY Goldsboro Music Co. 221 N. John Street Phone I7I8 "RCA VICTOR RADIOS" FM-AM Records - Band Instruments String Instruments - Pianos 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I I 'I 'I 'I Compliments of Harrell's News Stand IO5 North Center and Byrd's News Service IO4 South John CONEKINS Shoes For Miss G. H. S. 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I 4 I 'I 'I l 'I 'I 'I A -J 'V I 'I I I 'I I 'I l I I 'I I 'I I 'I I 'I 'I 1 'I 'I Shop QI SEARS ond SAVE ' SEARS ROEBUCK ond COMPANY :I 215 West Wolnut Telephone l602 ,, 'l gg pggggggg 'A"""" iiiiiigiiiif Il DODGE PLYMOUTH l Goldsboro Theatres Inc. I f P AR A M O U NT DODGE Jos RATED TRUCKS I W AY N E SALES - SERVICE C A R0 L ' N A ' Goldsboro Motor Co. 1. l Chrysler Plymouth BROOM MQTOR CQ, E 'I S I S . l Willys - Jeeps - Pickups C1 GS - ervlce Possenger Cors I J D Motor CO Dependoble Used Cors I . . 1, 225 North John St. E 2g2UNorth John SI. Phone 188 Phone Toss Box I5 ' :::::'::::::::::: :::::::::::.:::- ll-::::: -::::: :::::::-ll -- -:x:,::,:,,,:vvxx,:x,:::,U ,,,,, Jax vvvv,,,,,.,--,,, ,,--,,,H ' H 1 'I CREECH S lNC' HeIlIg-Meyers Co. 3, "FURNITURE OF DISTINCTIONH 1' ff FURNITURE and HOUSE FURNISHINGS ff 209-21 l West Wolnut Street 'I 'I Phone 2143 Goldsboro, North Corolino I I: ::4'::::::: RIJJIJJJJJJ '::::::::::?4':y Borden Brick and Tile Company I I COMMON BRICK, ROMAN BRICK, AND FACE BRICK I BUILDING TILE AND DRAIN TILE 4 OFFICE: BORDEN BUILDING PLANTS: DURHAM, SANFORD I R Q G E R S II I Congrofulofions To 'I I II Q 5 I I I RS EE I I GOLDSBOROS FRIENDLY JEWELE :I 1: The Class of ,5O 4: 'I I Diomonds - Wotches - Silverwore II I, , I , I I Lgggggg I SARDESON S It I . -:::,,::::' ::::::::: ::::JD:::::::::::::::::::,:::::::,:::, J ' :xxx:"x::xx: "" xx? Xxx:x:N::xx:Hx:xx:x:x 7 Leder Bros. Deporfmenf I The Tolk of the Town I I I I , Store I QI "sHoP WITH coNFIDEIxIcE- 1' WEAR WITH PRIDE" Q I I I I I I28 W. WUI TSI I I' NEIL JOSEPH S SHOP I I 'W 'ee 3: 1:11 Phone 1324 Goldsboro, N. C. 2 AA:0t----: 3 ?wf,f3,f iv! f 4 vw-...un yy., -4, x T2 fl i f 5 ., ,L ,H 3 iff f X gf' ' Z v'i, L V 1 5 'L' ' X1 'ff X' Y wjgln Q ' , 1 "X Z Hymn' ,ff g v,, at EM 2 , f x. ,fi - 1-vu-sup .gg . qw ' , ,'.. 4. - , - - 1 ' H V , , "', YA' fy , 1- ' 2 ' - ki , QQ ' X 1' 1 ' fa H V' lil. WWI f if vs, f r f J ,V W Q -ff? Z4 ,Ill-' G F. E A, ,Q f, . . o wx f 1 J, . 1? 5 ., H., 3' 'Ziff S? 1 rf 7 .iff gut' S we , Was., W:w,fmSXf i-if x ' W 'X Q7 , f I , X 2 mlm' we ai!- fjhv A 40 xv -Q J 4 ff ...QA -f As 5 fha' ' AN i N' mf a ' ri kv' W 3 Rf' 1 3 ,M Q M x N YQ, I 1- , .r V' 5 .all h .--.-u.-- lv U 5 ,'Av,, F 1 'Y-y, Qs ' J nw, Q 4 -s---Q... 1 . 7"'f3'5,,Z4: F , f A- . . lu n q-:::-A: Jr 1, I 1 ll ui , 4 r 'P 5 l ' : 1 55 T. A. Lovmg and Company 1' ln 'l 3 P 1, GENERAL CONTRACTORS 3 It it 55 Goldsboro, North Carolina ln X 'l -0-4-:er-0.0.4-::::, :J ?0.,.,.,.c::::: 1. ::::::::::::::::::::::: : if t . l Cit Food Mo rket Q Perkms Motor Ports Co. 1:11 Y 4+ ll EE DISTRIBUTORS WESTERN STEAKS - FRESH PRODUCE 'r l 4: 1: Automotive Ports and Equipment L l 205 N. John Sfreef 1 Goldsboro, North Corolino Il 1' " ' ' Phone 1155 -::a-4-:::: l A::::::::::::: ::- - v 36:4 ,.....,,,L:,,,,,,,,,,,,, if jg ,,:,,,,,,,, xxx lr BEST vvlsHEs 1' , P lr 1:1 soL nsAAc,s a. GEORGE CASTEEN l FROM P ' gf 1' FURNITURE coMRANY 4 1 - 4 Kelly s Beauty Shop 3, It ll ll ll :::""""":::-"""f:::::::::::::::J-ff:-f-0-Ol l.l::-1-0-04-::::: ::::-"4':""t2 v-v-v-------------v--------vv- -1 1 '1 '1 lr '1 '1 '1 'I 41 '1 '1 lr '1 41 '1 41 ll in '1 41 '1 '1 '1 '1 '1 1 lr '1 41 '1 '1 '1 41 P 1 li in 1 Sutton - Lewis Furniture ll ,- 1 J. C. PENNEY CO. Com po ny 1 31 4' DEPENDABLE FURNITURE "Where the NOHOD Shops OI'lCl SCIVGSH l 122-124 E. Mulberry Street l ' Phone 970-J Goldsboro' N' C' 2: ,,,,,,,,,,,, 2 L , 5: :::::::::::: 'Q ll HUB DEPARTMENT STORE il M A N S O U R ' S 1 105-107 EAST WALNUT STREET 1' ll ooL0sBoRo, NORTH CAROLINA EE -2 ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, -ml l Thomos Office Suppl l gl Y ll 1' Ash Street Phcirmocy 1 Cgmpqny lr "Your Neighborhood Drug Store" ' Cosmetics - Prescriptions I Sodg Fountgin Service 0 li lg . l Sociol Stotionery - Greeting Cords II ll Telephone '827 We Deliver l 1: I: 8l4 Eost Ash Street ', Phone 243 Goldsboro, N. C. if 'I :::::::::A:::::::::::::::::::::: 1 if ll ::::::::::J::5::::::::::::::: A A A 7 f vvvvvv. -vv I Mc'de'R'le Bakery 'fl Odom Motor Compciny II ' Il Emfhed 1: 3 207 Eost Ash sire-ei Phone 620 Eot Mode-Rite Breod If ll Goldsbdro N C Delicious ond Nutritious fi 11 . il il PONTIAC - CADILLAC Buy It From Your Fovorite 111: Grocery Store Soles ond Service '1 '1 41 l 41 1 K . 1 1 L '. Qs 'O '.. Aix fr ni 'I' , zw, 114 ' , a Q, x 'Nfiif xb lk., Q f li" , 1 N wigs L 3 r I ff-rx J' 1 Xxlvu- sf :mfg Q Cx I J Fx ' I Xxx 'K I ,fb-ara M- xx f'55fk6x Qi S. A, WA' 'W W, Q5,m."d'W TW figo ' M 32 P , 4 M. 41' gg, wgfa- ' N fa'!""' f . ,, iw 2 A W. J SEQE- W' 3 31 '- - ,-, V ii Q, 3 X X bg wx-Z 9 4. , :SV " 4 M f ,,.,-.vvf We 45.58 s se 4 Q-"Yau -'I 'I I 'I 'I CAROLINA TRACTORS, INC. sALEs-sEI2vIcE GOLDSBORO, NORTH CAROLINA r n nqngmsem 'r m ne ::.':'1':::',.:.:""' "3 """..."","" Hurry , Q., sono .M w vu J!! Av -1 UFO' Mch umm- m.1n-mn-n-.n-. 'C fggslf-III. A ITT ' , ' . 4 I ' . l Q I l l . l AI 1 A Q 1 A '7 Bell Asklns Plumbmg 81 Heating Co 4l5 W Walnut Phone 228 GOLDSBORO Bryan OII Company Dusrmautorzs Amoco PRODUCTS PHONES I 166 GOOD LUCK THE CLASS OF 50 Edwards 8K Jernlgan Furnlture Co Heatmg 8g Cooling HC Goldsboro N C ARNOLD B EDGER-ION Donors Belk Tyler Mackey s Bakery Wayne Motor Parts Caroluna Shoe Rebuulders Wayne Barber Shop Goldsboro Beauty Shop Colony Glft Shop Pepsr Cola Vunson s Drugs A Fruend Opera Shoppe Geraldme s Clothing A Frnend Almands Drug Store Commercial Laundry Gohlsca Photos by Ball Studlos Delmar Studuos George Johnson Bull Futrelle 'I 'I II .I H. III 'I 1-In um : -.. J......." . Ferguson In E II - li Q o I I rg... . . 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