Mills High School - Circle Yearbook (Louisburg, NC)

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o The Circle 1 Published By The Senior Class Of Williain Robert Mills iiiifli School louisburg, Carolina This issue of The Circle, published during a year of hard studying and joyful playing, is presented with the hope that it will serve as a pleasant backward glance at the years of our high school life. These past few years have connected with them memories of friends and companions, timesond events, which will be of outstanding value to us as we look back after passing years. If, when glancing through this annual in time to come, you are rewarded with warm feel- ings at the sight of friends and events of yesterday, our task will hove been well done; and we will consider our purpose fully accomplished. edication The Senior Class of nineteen hundred and fifty two wishes to honor a woman who helped make the first edition of " The Circle " possible. It is with wholehearted appreciation of her sincere and humble devotion to the students, of her genuine sense of wit and humor to help break the barrier between learning and learned, and of her kindness and understanding that we dedicate this " The 1952 Circle " to MRS. SUSIE HAYES JACKSON. MR. M. L. ROWLAND Principal and Mathematics MRS. SUSIE H. JACKSON Commercial Department MRS. GLADYS B. BAILEY Foreign Language, Social Studies MR. HOWARD ST A LUNGS Eiahth Grade MISS COLLEEN RENEGAR Public School Musir MISS BARBARA CORPENING rnHp DOW PERRY Editor DOLORES CASH Associate Editor Business Manager , ROBERT FRAZIER Advertising Manager JANET BAILEY Circulation Manager JOLLY BUNN Picture Editor ALICE DENNIS Boys ' Sports C. W. STROTHER Girls ' Sports JEAN WRENN The 1952 Circle Staff Annual Advisor MRS. SUSIE H. JACKSON Senior Class Off I ICGPS ROSALYN SMITH Vice-president " Never Idle, Never Still, Always Talking, Alv ays Will. " FHA Club 1,2,3,4; Glee Club 1,2,3,4; 4-H Club 1,3; Class Secretary 3; Class Vice-president 4; Class Superlative 1,2,3,4; Annual Staff 4; Commercia I Club 3.4 CHARLES WINSTON STROTHER President " Conduct and Courage Lead to Honor. " Basketball 2,3,4; Co-captain 4; Monogrann Club 3, 4; Vice-president 3; President 4; Superlative 1,2,3, 4; Baseball 1,2,3,4; Co-captain 3; Class Treasurer 3, Class President 4; 4-H Club I ; Student School Treasurer 4; Annual ' Staff 4; Commercial Club 3,4 ROBERT JACKSON FRAZIER, II " Angels are so few; with her I ' m satisfied. " Baseball 1,2,3,4; Basketball 2; Class President 3; Class Treasurer 4; Glee Club 1,2,4; 4-H Club 1,2,3; 4-H Club Officer 3; Monogram Club 3,4; Co-Captain Baseball 4; Class Superlative 1 , 2, 3- Commercial Club 3,4; Dramatics 1,2; Band 3,4; Band Officer 3,4; An- nual Staff 4; Declamation 2 MARTHA ANN PERDUE Secretary " She tries to do the best and succeeds very well. " Class Secretary 4;Class Treasurer 2; Glee Club 1,2, 3,4; Glee Club Secretary 4; Beta Club 2,3,4; Dele- gate to State Beta Club Convention 3,4; School Daze Staff 3,4; Annual Staff 4; School Bus Monitor 4; FHA 1,2; 4-H Club I; Superlative 1,2,3,4; Marshal 3; Commercial Club 3,4 Class Motto . Class Colors . Class Flowers " Ready to Accomplish " Blue and A ' hite Red Rose ROBERT U. ASHLEY " I like work, it fascinates me. I can sit and look at it for hours . " Glee Club l,2,3,4;4-H Club 1,2,3,4; 4-H Officer 4; Bus Monitor 1,2; Bus Driver 3,4; Office 3,4; Dra- matics 2,3; Library 3; Commericol Club 3,4; Golf Team 2,3 JANET P. BAILEY " Not finished, just begun . " BetoClub 3,4; Secretary 4; Glee Club 1,2,3,4; Li- brarian 2; Softball l;FHA Club 1 , 2,3; Par I iamentarian I; Monogram Club 4; Superlative 1,2,3,4; Basketball 2,3,4; School Daze Staff 1,2,4; 4-H Club I; Staff Play Prop Dire-tor3; Class Historian 4; Commercial Club 3,4; Annual Staff 4; Popularity Court I GEORGE " JOLLY " BUNN " Always wait until tomorrow. " 4-H Club 1,2,3; Glee Club 1,2,3,4; Band 1,2,3; Class Superlative 1,2,3,4; Basebal I 1 ,2,3,4; Co- cap- tain 4; Class Vice-president I; Assistant Librarian 2,3; Annual Staff 4; School Monitor 1,2; Monogram Club 3,4; Popularity Court 3; Popularity Contest Campaign Manager 1,2,3,4; Commercial Club 3,4 DOLORES COHEN CASH " The best of sports in every game; in other things she is the some . " Beta Club 2,3,4; Treasurer 4; Delegate to State Con- vention 4;Glee Club 1,2,3,4; Softball I; FHA Club I, 2,3,4; Vice-President I; President 2; County Vice- President 2; Monogram Club 3,4; Superlative 1,2,3,4; Basketball 1 ,2,3,4; Co-Captain 3; All CountyTeom 3; School Daze Staff 1 , 2,3 ,4; Business Manager 4; Libra- rian 3; 4-H Club I; Vice-President 1; Staff Ploy Assist- ant Manager 3; Class Prophet 4; Girls ' State 3; Class Secretary 2; Commercial Club 3,4; Associate Editor Annual 4; Marshal 1 2,3; School Monitor 4 LOUIS DONALD DAVIS " The right way to kill time is to work it to death. " GleeClub 1,2,3,4; 4-H Club 1,2,3,4; Band 2, 3; Annual Staff 4; Bus Monitor 2,3; Dramatics 1,2,3; Li- brary 3; Commercial Club 3,4 BARBARA DAVIS " Always Laughing, Never Sod, Sometimes Naughty, Never Bad . " FHA Club 1,2,3,4; Parliamentarian 1; Glee Club 1, 2,3,4; 4-H Club 1,2,3; State Representative 2; Class Superlative 1,3; Annual Staff 4; Faculty Toast, Junior- Senior 3; Popularity Court 4; Perfect Attendance 1,2, 3; School Daze Staff I; Commercial Club 3,4 ALICE LEA DENNIS " Not- merely to exist, but to amount to something in life . " FHA 1,2,3,4; Song Leader 2; Beta Club 3,4; Dele- gate to State Convention 3,4; Glee Club 1,2,3,4; Monogram Club 3,4; Publicity Manager 4; Softball I; Basketbal I 1 ,2,3,4; Co-Captoin 4; Marshal 1,2,3; Chief 3; Superlative 1,2,3,4; School Daze Staff 1,2,3,4; Editor-in-Chief 4; Annual Staff 4; Staff Ploy 3;Popu- larity Court 1,4; Librarian 3; 4-H Club I; Program Chairman I; Class Song Writer 4; Equal Employment for the Physically Handicapped Essay Contest 3; Com- mercial Club 3,4 GARLAND FRANK GREEN " Sometimes h- sharp; Never B-b flat; Always B- natural . " Commercial Club 4; Glee Club 2,3,4; Basketball 3,4; Annual Staff 4; Superlative 3,4; School Store 4; Transferred 3;President Homeroom 2; Hi-Y 1,2; Pub- licity Chairman Hi-Y 2; Sophomore Class Treasurer; Class Monitor 4 BENNIE ALEXANDER GUPTON, JR. " Men occasionally stumble over the truth. " Glee Club 1,2,3,4; Superlative 2,3,4; Baseball 3; Commercial Club 3,4; School Monitor 4 ROBERT HARRIS " Neverputoff until tomorrow what you can put off ' til the day after tomorrow. " Glee Club l,2,3;4-H Club 1,2,3,4; 4-H Officer 4; School Store 4; Bus Monitor 3; Office 3,4; Bus Driver ' 4; Dramatics 2,3; Library 3; Commercial Club 3,4; Annual Staff 4 I FAYE ELAINE HUDSON " Never idle a moment but thrifty and thoughtful of others . " Class Secretary I; Glee Club 1,2; FHA Club 1,2; 4-H Club 1,2; Class Superlative 1,2,3,4; Recitation Contest I; Class President 2; Beta Club 2,3,4; School Daze Staff 2,3,4; Popularity Court 3; Annual Staff 4; Class Poetess 4; Perfect Attendance 12 years; Com- mercial Club 3,4; School Store 4 JOHN ALTON KNOTT " Always jolly and quite carefree; life may be dull but never he ! " Glee Club l,2,3,4;4-HCIubl,2,3,4;4-H Officer 1,2,3,4; Baseball 1 ,2,3,4; B and 3,4; Basketball I; Monogram Club 3,4; Annual Staff 4; Superlative 1,2 ' , 3,4; Bus Monitor 2; School Monitor 1,2,4; School Store 4; Office 3,4; Dramatics 2,3; Library ' 3; Com- mercial Club 3,4 ROSA LEE MEDLIN " Nothing is impossible with a willing heart. " 4-H Club 1,2; Glee Club 1,2,4; FHA 1,2,3,4; Bus Driver 3,4; Annual Staff 4; Assistant Librarian 2,3; Superlative 4; Recitation Contest I; Commercial Club 3,4 MATTIE LEE MOON " The best is yet to be. " GleeClub 1,2,4; 4-H Club 1,2; FHA Club 1,2,3,4; Cheerleader 1,2; Annual Staff 4; School Daze Staff 3; Monogram Club 3,4; Superlative 1,2,3,4; Assistant Librarian 2,3; Commercial Club 3,4 JOSEPH PHILIP MOORE " Life doesn ' t seem to bother him. " Basketball 1,3,4; Baseball 1,2,3,4; Co-coptain Baseball 3; Glee Club 1,2,4; School Monitor 2- Mono- gramClub 3,4; Superlative 1,2,3,4; 4-H Club 1,2; Band I; Annual Staff 4; Popularity King 4; Popularity Campaign Manager 1,2; Commercial Club 3,4 DOW VICK PERRY " Hitch your wagon to a star. " Annual Editor 4; Co-captain Basketball 4; Basket- ball 2,3,4; Basketball All-County Team 3; Baseball 1,2,3,4; Band 1,2,3,4; Band Student Director 2,3,4; High School Orchestra 1,2,3,4; Glee Club 1,2,3,4; Glee ClubPresident 4; Beta Club 3,4; Beta Club Pre- sident 4; Marshal 2,3; Popularity Court 1,4; Class President I; Class Vice-president 2; School Daze Staff 2,3,4; Staff Play 3,4; Superlative 1,2,3,4; Delegate to State Beta Club Convention 3,4; Monogram Club 3; 4; Treasurer Monogram Club 4; Public Speaking Con- test I; School Monitor 4; N.E.P.H. Essay Contest 3; Commercial Club 3.4 HAROLD JACKSON ROBBINS " Not, try or die; But, do or die. " Glee Club 4; Substitute Bus Driver 3,4; Superlative 3,4; 4-H Club I; Annual Staff 4; School Monitor I; Commercial Club 3.4 KAY FRANCIS SHEARON " Such a whirlpool of fun and mischief in her head. " Glee Club 1,2,3,4; 4-H Club 2; FHA Club 2,3,4; Class President 2; Band Majorette 3; Cheerleader 3; Superlative 2; Annual Staff 4; Commercial Club 3,4 MARTHA JOSEPH STONE " A friendly girl in every way, who makes the most of every day. " 4-H Club -1,2; Glee Club 1,2,3,4; FHAClub 1,2,3, 4; School Daze Staff 2; 4; Annual Staff 4; Assistant Librarian 2; Superlative 1,2,3; Office Secretary 3,4; Secretary of Senior Commercial Club4 JAMES ALBERT WHELESS, JR. " High aims bring great achievements. " Beta Club 3,4; Vice-president 4; Glee Club 1,2; School Daze Staff 1,2,3,4; Class Superlative 1,2,3; Popularity Court 2; Annual Staff 4; Staff Play Assis- tant Stage Manager 3; Principal ' s Office I; Last Will and Testament 4; Student School Treasurer 3,4; School Monitor 2; 4-H Club 1,2; Commercial Club 3; Presi- dent 4 EMMA JEAN WRENN " Able and Wi Ming . " Beta Club 2,3,4; Basketball 1,2,3,4; All County Team 3; Co-captain 4; Monogram Club 3,4; Super- lative 1,3,4; 4-H Club I; Secretary I; FHA 1,2,3,4; Pianist 2; Class Treasurer I; Librarian 3; Annual Staff 4; Scliool Daze Staff 2,3,4; Girls ' State 3; Commer- cial Club 3,4; Glee Club 1,2,3,4; Softball I; School Monitor 4 DAVID GERALD WILLIAMS " Today, Not Tomorrow. " Basketball 2,3,4; Baseball 3,4; Glee Club 1,4; Su- perlative 1,2,3,4; Class Vice-president 3; 4-H Club I; Popularity Court 1,2,3; School Daze Staff 4; Mono- gram Club 4; Commercial Club 3,4 REBECCA PERDUE Mascot FORD PERRY Mascot MATTIE MOON - JOHN KNOTT Best Sport HAROLD ROBBINS - MARTHA ANN PERDUE Friendliest BEN GUPTON - FAYE HUDSON Most Courteous GARLAND GREEN - ROSALYN SMITH Most Dependable 1. Problem Children 2. School ' s Out 3 . Mad Week 4. Prefty, Isn ' t It? 5. Cheer Up 6. Home Run Please 10. Shall We Dance? 7. Dramatics! 8. Who ' s Ahead? 9. We Won! JEAN CASH HARVEY FULLER NANCY CHESSON TALMAGE FULLER SHIRLEY EDWARDS HAZEL GEORGE REBECCA GLICKMAN JANET GODFREY MARY GUPTON HERBERT JOYNER MALCOLM JOYNER WILLIAM LANCASTER ALMA MAY MARTHA LOU MURPHY DENNIS MUSTIAN NELL ROSE OAKS GLENN GENE PHELPS DOROTHY RABIL ETTY RAY ROBERTSON ;|M TURNER ROSE ARBARA ANN SHEARON -IMMY STRICKLAND 1ARVEY STROTHER ASKER SOUTHERLAND VIARY ANN TANT EVELYN TUCKER :AR0L WILSON CATHERINE WOODLIEF John Earle President Malcolm Edwards Vice -President Shirley Strother Secretary Charles Davis Treasurer Frances Allen Hilda Ays cue Bets Bunn Virginia Coley Owen Debnam Durwood Dement Avery Dennis Wilton Faulkner Mary Helen Finch Rebecca Fuller Agnes Gordon Dan Gupton George Hall Ellen Douglas Harris Carolyn Holmes Betty Sue Kerley MARTHA FREEMAN DOUGLAS COTTRELL JETTA GODFREY President Vice-President Secretary VIRGINIA BASS Treasurer NDREW ASYCUE ! ELBIE ASYCUE ; DIE CARLYLE )NALD COTTRELL RY COTTRELL TTY DAVIS ICY DRIVER ,Y EDWARDS 1 UL ELAM MES FRAZJER vRJORIE FULLER V ES GRISSOM EFORD HAYES IRLEY HUNT DDY INSCOE Y KERLEY fiqlitli Gpacl JEAN ATKINS ROSE EDWARDS GERALD FINCH BOBBY HARRISON CLINTON KENNEDY FRANCES MERRITT MARIE ATKINS SHIRLEY CATLETTE JANE FRAZIER ANDREW HOLMES FRANCES KEARNEY MARY H. MURPHY JIMMIE BASS WILLIS COOK CHARLES FULLER JOYCE HOUSE JEAN LLOYD RACHEL MURRAY JAMES BOTTOMS ELAINE COTTRELL IRVIN FULLER CHARLIE HUDSON VERNON MAY JOYCE MUSTIAN JEAN BUMGARNER LAURA DRIVER NANCY GORDON FRANCES HUNT BARBARA MEDLIN PHYLLIS OAKLEY iqlitli Grade ANNA PARTIN VIVIAN SHEARON GRAHAM STALLINGS BRANTLY PEOPLES WILLIAM RUDD D. T. STROTHER FRED TUCKER LOUIS PERDUE GEORGE SMITH SAM STROTHER ANNE WHELESS MARY PHELPS SYLVESTER ROBBINS CAROL SUTHERLAND JOSEPH SPENCER BOTILLOTSON J. P. TIMBERLAKE LOUIS WHELESS RAY WHITAKER First row, left to right: Majorettes: Betty Wilson, Carole Wil- pn, Annette Fuller; Drum Major, Jim Rose. Second row: Boyd Williams, Ted Wheless, Bobby Gupton, Louis heless, Charles Fuller, Jimmie Bass, Bill Holmes, Clay Taylor, Aichael Rowe. Third row: Malcolm Joyner, Jimmie Pergerson, James Frazier, aul Bailey, John Knott, Karl Pernell, Buddy Inscoe, Patricia Wilson, vlancy Chesson, Jean Joyner. Fourth row: Edythe Fuller, Dennis Mustian, Donald Cottrell , immie Strickland, Dow Perry, Talmadge Fuller, Herbert Joyner, obert Frazier, Harris Spencer, Charles Davis, Buddy Chesson. Absent From Picture, Mallie Stallings, Harvey Strother ANGELO CAPPERELLA Director TL Beta CluL President Vice-President. Secretary DOW PERRY Treasurer. JAMES WHELESS Advisor.. ..JANET BAILEY Principal. DOLORES CASH .MRS. GLADYS B. BAILEY ...MR. M. L. ROWLAND The School OazG Staff Editor Associate Editor. ALICE DENNIS Business Manager NANCY CHESSON Circulation Manager. DOLORES CASH .CAROL WILSON President Vice President TALMADGE FULLER Secretary BETTY ROBERTSON Treasurer. .SHIRLEY EDWARDS BECKY GUCKMAN TLe F.HA Glut President SHIRLEY STROTHER Treasurer AGNES GORDON Song Leader. Vice-President MARTHA FREEMAN Historian CATHERINE WOODLIEF Pianist Secretary BETTY SUE KERLEY Parliamentarian REBECCA Advisor GLICKMAN ...NANCY CHESSO ....JANET GODFRE .MISS CUIRE BOWEF onoqram Club President Vice-President. .CHARLES W. STROTHER Secretary. . . . . MALLIE STALLINGS Treasurer. SHIRLEY EDWAR DOW PERf Faculty Advisor MR. CARL A. MILLS Tlie Qylee CluL Left to right: Bob Ashley, Robert Harris, Mallie Stallings, Rosa Medlin, Talmadge Fuller, Donald Cottrell. Populapitu Court King AVERY DENNIS Queen FRANCES ALLEN MEMBERS OF THE COURT Senior PHILIP MOORE - BARBARA DAVIS DOW PERRY - ALICE LEA DENNIS Junio ' ' TALMADGE FULLER - MARY HELEN COOPER JIMMY STRICKLAND - EDYTHE FULLER Freshman MELVYN ELKS - JOYCE MAY EDDIE CAR LYLE - MARY COTTRELL Crown Bearers FORD PERRY - JEAN ZEALAND AtUetics We should like to express our appreciation to our coaches, Carl Mills and Howard Stallings, for furnishing Mills with the fine Athletic Program that we have had this year. We should like to also thank the people of Louisburg and the students of Mills High for the support they gave our teams. First row, left to rig ' nt: Eddie Corlyle, Avery Dennis. Second row: Bobby Wells, Manager; Jim Rose, C. W. Strother, Dow Perry, Mallie Stal- lings, Jerry Williams, Philip Moore, Herbert Joyner, Manager. Third row: Bo Hall, Charles Davis, Owen Debnam, John Earle, Horace Layton, Ralph Knott, and Carl A. Mills, Coach. 1951 - 1952 Schedule Louisburg 65 Spring Hope 42 Louisburg 46 Epsom 32 Louisburg 25 Franklinton 35 Louisburg 90 Youngsvil le 27 Louisburg 37 Oxford 26 Louisburg 58 Bunn 45 Louisburg 46 Red Oak 44 Louisburg 46 Warrenton 33 Louisburg 48 Edward Best 26 Louisburg 48 Warrenton 45 Louisburg 36 Franklinton 37 Louisburg 101 Youngsvil le 44 Louisburg 48 Epsom 24 Louisburg 56 Gold Sand 26 Louisburg 41 Bunn 40 Louisburg 63 Gold Sand 20 Louisburg 46 Spring Hope 32 Louisburg 52 Edward Best 26 Louisburg 46 Oxford 32 Louisburg 58 Red Oak 39 District Tournament Winners Louisburg 70 Stem 38 Louisburg 52 Bethel 34 Louisburg 44 Ayden 38 Franklin County Tournament Runners Up Co-Captains: C. W. Strother, Dow Perry Louisburg 51 - Epsom Louisburg 48 - Edward Best Louisburg 34 - Franklinton 34 34 36 Grirls ' BasketLall 1 earn First row, left to right: Carolyn Holmes, Rebecco Glickmon, Alice Dennis, Jean Wrenn, Dorothy Rabil, and Shirley Edwards. Second row: Mary Pusey, Jean Cash, Janet Bailey, Dolores Cosh, Mary Helen Cooper, Nancy Chesson, Shirley Strother, and Virginia Bass. Third row: E. Howard Stallings, Coach; Ann Wilson, Kay Kerley, Martha Freeman, Edythe Fuller, Manager; Jetta Godfrey, Emily Partin, and Shirley Hum " . 1951-1952 Schedule Louisburg 80 Spring Hope 85 Louisburg 65 Epsom 22 Louisburg 60 Franklinton 55 Louisburg 79 Youngsville 44 Louisburg 47 Oxford 24 Louisburg 53 Bunn 30 Louisburg 45 Red Oak 29 Louisburg 43 Warrenton 20 Louisburg 60 Edward Best 33 Louisburg 60 Warrenton 40 Louisburg 63 Franklinton 64 Louisburg 89 Youngsville 65 Louisburg 69 Epsom 44 Louisburg 54 Gold Sand 34 Louisburg 52 Bunn 31 Louisburg 59 Gold Sand 41 Louisburg 62 Spring Hope 53 Louisburg 64 Edward Best 44 Louisburg 36 Oxford 31 Louisburg 72 Red Oak 42 Franklin County Tournament Champions Louisburg 60 Epsom 39 Louisburg 48 - Bunn 44 Co-Captains: Jean Wrenn - Alice Lea Dennis Left to right: Malcolm Joyner, Jim Rose, Avery Dennis, and John Earle 1 . Franklin County Champs 2. Who hit Jean and Shirley? 3. Collecting bugs (?) 4. Swish 5. " Sleepy Head " 6. The South ' s gonna rise again. 7. Lemme out! ! 8. Camera Club — Last ' and Testamenf CI ass o f 1952 TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: We, the Senior Class of William Robert Mills High School, leaving these protective walls of Mills High, do solemnly declare and state this our last will and testament: SECTION I To the principal we leave one thousand typewritten excuses for being in the halls. To Mrs. Jackson we leave ten state paid secretaries to carry on the Senior business. To Mrs. Jolly we leave a modernistic ray heated room. To Mrs. Bailey we leave six full periods for French eash day. To Mr. Mills we leave a shed at the standpipe to take shelter in while smok- ing during a rain. To the Juniors we bequeath our art in raising money and having barbecues. To the Sophomores we leave our first place in the lunch room every day. To the Freshmen we bequeath our Senior distinction, maturity, dependabili- ty, and self-control. To our community we leave our appreciation for making our school years happy and possible. SECTION II Bob Ashley leaves his good nature to anyone who needs one. George Bunn leaves his dancing talent to Paul Elam. Donald Davis leaves his manly whiskers to Robert Wells. Garland Green leaves his ability to sell barbecue tickets to Harvey Strother. Bobby Harris leaves his bus driver ' s ability to John Earle. John Knott leaves his trombone in the band to Tasker Southerland. Philip Moore leaves his laugh to Bo Hall. Dow Perry leaves his ability to talk his way out of the dog house with Mrs. Bailey to Ralph Knott. Harold Robbins leaves his skill in driving Mercurys to Herbert Joyner. C. W. Strother leaves his athletic ability to Harris Spencer. James Wheless leaves the table near the stove at the Cafe Garden to Martha Lou Murphy. Jerry Williams bequeaths his beauty and way with the women to Eddy Carlyle. Janet Bailey leaves her giggles while making oral reports to Janet Godfrey. Dolores Cash leaves her high average to Clarence Kearney. Barbara Davis leaves her Ipana smile to Alma May. Alice Dennis leaves her ability to proof read to Nancy Chesson. Faye Hudson leaves her perfect attendance record for twelve years to Glen Phelps. Mattie Moon bequeaths her School Supply Depot Inc. to the best sales girl in the Junior Class. Martha Perdue leaves her French knowledge to Bill Lancaster. Kaye Shearon leaves her waist line to Emily Partin. Rosalyn Smith leaves her quietness to Carolyn Holmes. Martha Stone leaves a hoe and a field of cotton to all the town girls. Jean Wrenn leaves her interest in Franklinton to Jean Cash. Ben Gupton leaves his height to Bobby Young. Robert Frazier leaves his and Janet ' s place in the hall to Mallie and Nancy. In closing the Class of ' 52 leaves the up-coming Seniors a free trip to Paris. The proceeds for this trip are hidden in some room at the Hotel Harrington, Washington, D. C. Signed, sealed and delivered on this 29th day of May, 1952. Witnesses: Erick Stiner Ludewick Stiner Jesse Icenburger James Albert Wheless, Jr., Testator Class P OGm o f ' 52 We have come to the end of high school days. We have come so soon to the parting of ways. But fond memories of Mills High School we shall always keep. As far into our future lives we reach. For many days of happiness we ' ve spent together here. Days we shall remember and hold so dear. We will climb onward to the highest peaks. While for. success we daily seek; And when we reach the heights sublime. We shall look backward on our climb. With voices loud we shall praise, The teachers of our post school days. True sons and daughters we shall be In this land of hope and prosperity. A hope for everlasting peace Where righteousness will never cease. We shall share earth ' s riches from day to day. And for a better world we ' ll pray. We hove come to the end of a perfect day. Goodbye to you, dear friend we must soy; For the tie that binds us nothing con sever. Though now we feel a touch of sorrow. We shall meet again, perhaps tomorrow. Here ' s to Mills High School faithful and bold. Here ' s to her colors of blue and old gold. The blue for truth shall ever be. While the gold shall stand for loyalty. We shall praise her name wherever we go. Our love for her we shall always show. OLir school in all her glory stands To drive the darkness from our land. Mills High School! The dearest, fairest, The noblest, and the best- May God above protect you And your future years be blessed. FAYE HUDSON, Class Poetess Class PpophecL) Palm Street Silver Springs, Florida November 29, 1961 Dear Janet: I was terribly disappointed when I received your letter telling me that you would be unable to accept my invitation to the Class of ' 52 Reunion, I had looked forward to seeing you because it has been eight years since we saw each other. The reunion was really a success. All our classmates came, and we had a wonderful time talking about the happy days we spent in school. All our teach- ers came too except Mrs. Jolly. She was unable to attend because she and her six-year-old son. King, were visiting relatives in England. It has been a long time since we were Seniors in high school, but it seems like only yesterday when we walked down the aisle on graduation night. Re- member how proud we were? Since you were unable to attend the reunion, I thought that you would be interested to know what each of our classmates has been doing since we gradu- ated. MRS. W. D. JACKSON, our Senior Advisor, has resigned from that position. In 1954 she bought Bob Melton ' s Barbecue business and is now a prosperous business woman, averaging $15,000 per week. BOB ASHLEY, the outstanding Algebra student of our class, has taken over the Math Department at Louisburg College. ROSALYN SMITH is private secretary for JOHN A. KNOTT, who is a wealthy business man, owning several tobacco warehouses. After graduating from a business school FAYE HUDSON became the happy wife of the owner of the Cardwell Lumber Company, located in Virginia. DR. HAROLD JACKSON ROBBINS has made definite plans to send a rocket to the moon. He won world fame last year when he proved that human life does not exist on Mars. Working with Dr. Robbins is ROBERT HARRIS, a former class- mate. CHARLES W. STROTHER became a famous sports announcer. In his spare time he teaches dancing, his favorite pastime since childhood. ROBERT FRAZIER recently married his high school sweetheart and is the president of the Remington Typewriter Company. PHILIP " SATCH " MOORE is now the understudy of Huntz Hall, one of the Bowery Boys. He has already starred in several successful movies. DOW PERRY and Philip see each other often. Dow, with his whistling ability acquired in the halls of Mills High School, now plays the role of " The Whistler. " Mrs. Bailey retired from teaching school and became his manugtr and director. GEORGE BUNN, who played third base on our school baseball team, is now playing professional ball with the New York Yankees. Class PpophecL) MARTHA STONE is now living in New York City. She has a private swimming pool and is taking swimming lessons from Esther Williams. BARBARA DAVIS is doing fine as stenographer for a very handsome boss. The office grapevine has it that Barbara and boss will soon be Mr. and Boss. Remember the vacant lot located beside Taylor ' s Furniture Store when we were Seniors? Today a large department store, owned by GARLAND GREEN, occupies the lot. It was constructed by JERRY WILLIAMS who is a well known engineer for a construction company. ROSA MEDLIN graduated from Watt ' s School of Nursing and is now the head nurse there. KAY SHEARON became a famous song writer. She is living in New York and writes the lyrics for Broadway musicals. ALICE DENNIS is now a famous writer, having begun her career in writing the words to our class song. Her latest book is, " What A Cot ' s Eye Has To Do With A Cat. " MARTHA ANN PERDUE, a graduate of Duke University, is teaching Bible in W. R. Mills High School. MATTIE MOON has opened a bakery in Louisburg and is noted for her delicious moon pies. DONALD DAVIS became a traveling salesman soon after graduation. Among the many products he sells is a book on " How To Deal With Mischievous Boys. " After marrying a rich doctor, JEAN WRENN is rearing her own basketball team. Before her marriage she assisted Carl A. Mills in the Math Department at Mills High School. BEN A. GUPTON is now a retired millionaire living on a vast estate in Florida. He became a millionaire after inventing the school desk which folds into a bed when a button is pushed. JAMES A. WHELESS is still the dependable boy that he was in high school. He will be the last to let us down. He is living in Louisburg and is known as the " friendly undertaker. " Janet, everyone asked about you. Of course, I told them that you were liv- ing in Germany with your husband who is a five-star general in the United States Army. My address has been changed since I lost saw you. I have been living in Florida for twelve months, directing a swimming pageant. I trust this finds you and yours well and happy. Take care of your prett self and be sure tb look me up when you are in the States again. A Classmate of 1952, Dolores Cosh Jones ass IlistorL) 1940-1952. What a long period of hope, work, and joy these dates enclose! For it was in the fall of 1940 that we, the seniors of 1952, first started to school. We were, to say the least, a bit dismayed at this new life with a few hours away from home each day, but after a few days, we became accustomed to school. Gradually, the years passed and we found ourselves taking another big step— entering high school. It was in the fall of 1948 that we entered high school. Mr. Calvin White was our home room teacher, and the thrill of changing classes was ours at last. As it was customary to elect class officers, we elected Dow Perry as president; Franklin Herman, vice-president; Faye Hudson, secretary; Jean Wrenn, treasurer. The year passed quickly, and we found we had completed our first year in high school very successfully. Soon it was fall again, and we were sophomores. Mrs. Bailey was our home room teacher, and our class officers were as follows: Faye Hudson, president; Dow Perry, vice-president; Dolores Cosh, secretary; Martha Ann Perdue, treasurer. This was a very eventful year for us. We knew that it was time to start making money for the remaining years in high school, so we sponsored dances at the Armory after all the home basketball games. The summer breezed by, and it was time for school to start again. Mrs. W. M. Jolly was our home room teacher. We elected Robert Frazier as our president; Jerry Williams, vice-president; Rosalyn Smith, secretary; C. W. Strother, treasurer. We immediately began to think about the banquet that we were to give in the spring, and we were determined to give the seniors the finest banquet possible. While in the midst of making plans for the banquet, we received our treasured class rings; and in May, we honored our upperclassmen at a very fine banquet given at the Woman ' s Club in Raleigh. To our amazement, there we were— seniors. We were the ones to set all the examples for those below us. Mrs. W. D. Jackson was our home room teacher, and it really took a lot of hard work to fulfill our many plans for that year. Of course, we began to think about the trip to Washington which is taken annually by the senior class, but there was something else in the back of our minds that just had to come out. We wanted our school to have an annual. Realizing the great task before us, we went to work. Two of our main money-raising projects were selling Christmas cards and giving barbecues. These projects were remunerative to the extent that our trip to Washington and our annual were almost paid for. Finally, in the spring of 1952, we proudly presented THE CIRCLE. Now that we are graduates of the William Robert Mills School, we realize that the happiest days of our lives were spent there. Friendships were made there that did not end with the completion of high school, and we hope that we shall forever justify the faith which our teachers placed in us. Janet Bailey, Historian COM PU I M ENTS Allen-Rowe Boddle ' s Drug Co, UOUISBURG NORTH CAROLINA Sales Company CHEVROLET SALES SERVICE GENERAL REPAIRS PHONE 314-1 LOUISBURG, N. C. Wade Moore GRADING, ROAD BUILDING LAND CLEARING. FISH PONDS FREE ESTIMATE PHONE 203-6 LOUISBURGt N. C, Wheless Sales Co. CHRYSLER - PLYMOUTH LOUISBURG NORTH CAROLINA O ' Neal Drug Co. YOUR DRUG STORE LOUISBURG NORTH CAROLINA Wheeler ' s Barber Shop YEAR ROUND AIR CONDITIONING PHONE 210-1 L-OUISBURG NORTH CAROLINA H. C. Taylor Griffin-Tharrington Motor Co. AUTHORIZED DEALERS HARDWARE. FURNITURE ELECTRICAL APPLIANCES SPORTING GOODS PHONE 286-6 MARKET STREET AUTOMOBILE REPAIRS OF ALL KINDS LOUISBURG NORTH CAROLINA LOU I SBURG NORTH CAROLINA CO M PL 1 M ENTS CICERO ' S COM PL. 1 M ENTS OF LOUISBURG THEATER FIRST IN ENTERTAINMENT FOR THE LATEST IN FLOWER STYLING CALL WILSON ' S FLORIST DAY PHONE 505 — 1 NIGHTS AND SUNDAY 414-7 SCOGGIN ' S DRUG STORE SCHOOL SUPPLIES PARKER » SHEAFFER PENS PHONE 310-r LOUISBURG, N. C, COM PL 1 M ENTS CHESSON ' S FLORIST PERRY ' S TEXACO SERVICE MAIN AND PERRY STREETS PHONE 290 — 1 LOUISBURG, N. C. COM PL 1 M ENTS OF LOUISBURG SUPPLY COMPANY INC. DEALERS IN FUEL, SEED, AND GENERAL SUPPLIES LOUISBURG NORTH CAROLINA " FRIENDS " HOWELL ' S WATCH SHOP LELAND DEDNAM sledge ' s STORE O. J, HALE C. F. STONE A FRIEND COMPLIMENTS JOYNER ' S MEN ' S SHOP QUALITY CLOTHING Sc SHOES 103 SOUTH MAIN PHONE 573-1 TUTTLE APPLIANCE CO. YOUR FRIGIDAIRE DEALER PHONE 2306 LOUISBURG, N. C. COM PL I M ENTS LOUISBURG DRY CLEANERS COMPLI MENTS WILLIAM O ' NEAL BENTON GREEN FURNITURE STOVES - RADIOS - APPLIANCES LOUISBURG, N. C. - WARRENTON.N. C. MEET ME AT EARLIE ' S DRIVE-IN GRILL EARLIE TILLOTTSON. PROP. INKS SANDWICHES CONGRATULATIONS TO THE SENIORS OF ' 52 OWEN ' S 5 CENTS TO $5. 00 STORE DENNIS RADIO SALES SERVICE 203 COURT STREET PHONE 489—6 LOUISBURG, N. C. ROYAL TYPEWRITERS ribbons carbon paper rentals repairs " ham " swift 313 w. hargett st. . raleigh business phone 7723 residence phone 3-2630 COM PUI MENTS OF A. W. PERSON COTTON BUYE R l_0 U 1 SB URG I N . C , COM PU 1 MENTS KELLY ' S GRILL COMPLI MENTS THE FRIENDLY SHOP LITTLE RIVER ICE CO. SAVE WITH ICE HEAT WITH COAL. UOUISBURG NORTH CAROLINA COLLIE ' S PLUMBING AND HEATING PHONE 362-6 SPRING HOPE, N. C. COM PLI MENTS OF WESTLEY ELKS D 1 STR I B UTOR OF ESSO PRODUCTS ROSE ' S 5-10-25 CENTS STORES, INC. J 33 STORES SERVING THE CAROLINAS GEORGIA AND TENNESSEE Wrenn Motors STUDEBAKER CARS TRUCKS TWENTY FOUR HOUR WRECKER SERVICE DAY PHONE 593-1 NIGHT PHONE 307 — 1 BICKETTE BOULEVARD LOUISBURG, N.C. DAVIS INSURANCE AGENCY M. STUART DAVIS OWNER FIREi WINDSTORMt AUTOMOBILE DAY DIAL 274-1 NIGHT DIAL 323-1 COM PL. I MENTS OF BIG FRANKLIN WAREHOUSE WE WISH TO EXPRESS OUR SINCERE APPRECIATION TO THESE AND OTHER PEOPLE OF LOUISBURG WHO HELPED MAKE .POSSIBLE THIS EDITION OF OUR YEARBOOK. THANK YOU VERY MUCH The Staff CONGRATULATIONS CUASS OF ' 52 OUR BEST WISHES FOLLOW YOU IN WHATEVER FIELD OF ENDEAVOR YOU MAY CHOOSE I REMEMBER. . , YOU CAN ALWAYS DEPEND ON US FOR YOUR FARM AND HOME NEEDS AS YOUR PARENTS AND GRANDPARENTS HAVE FOR THE PAST 44 YEARS. Seaboard Store Co., Inc. D. F. MCKlNNEi PRES. MALCOLM MCKINNE, SEC. TREAS. 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