Nahunta High School - Chieftain Yearbook (Pikeville, NC)
- Class of 1953
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CHIEFTAIN 1953 Published by THE SENIOR CLASS Pikeville, North Carolina ediceitiM This publication being a part of the climax of twelve years of work and play, failures and triumphs, joys and sorrows, the Seniors of 1953 wish to show their appreciation to those who have helped us to reach this climax with the hope of a better understanding of the rules of the games of life. We think it fitting to pay a special tribute to three teachers who helped us on our way many times when we stumbled during our last two years in high school. Thus we dedicate this annual to: Mrs. Elizabeth B. Simpson who led us gently through our Junior year; Mrs. Doris Vernelson who sponsored our Senior activities with kindliness and wisdom; and Miss Louisianna Queen Hurdle whose patience and advice made this annual possible. ,1 t ' ' ciccdt f MR. W. P. HOLLOWELL Principal MR. C.I. JONES Agriculture MR. GEORGE SPIRTOS Social Studies-Coach MRS. DORIS VERNELSON MRS. EVELYN P. CRAWFORD MISS LOUISIANNA Q. HURDLE English-French Home Economics Business Left to right; Mrs. Dixie Edmunson, Miss Bertha Edgerton, Music; Mrs. Inez Hollowell Miss Rhoda Bone, Mrs. Eva Wooten, Mrs. Pete Lewis, Mrs. Lena Smith, Mrs. Russell Gurley, Mrs. Dora Fleming, Mrs. Bertha Peacock, Mr. Banks. t ' T ' if H : ' 1 . i T. Editor-in-Chief ------ Assistant Editor ------ Business Manager ----- Assistant Business Managers Art Editors - -- -- -- -- -- -- Literary and Social Editor . - - - - Assistant Literary and Social Editors Sports Editors - — - Advertisers - -- -- -- -- -- -- Faculty Sponsor JOHN ALLEN EDGERTON -PEGGY GURLEY -MARJORIE SASSER -RAYMOND PEEDIN EMMETTE COLLIER DAVID HARPER • - - LINWOOD HOWELL JUNIOR DAUGHTRY -HILDA GURLEY - -JOYCE STRICKLAND CRAWFORD SASSER MILDRED FERRELL - - JUNIOR DAUGHTRY ELIZABETH PIKE ■ - VELMA ROSE BARNES HAROLD RICHARDSON R. A. SASSER HAZEL NICHOLS OTIS HINNANT JOANN JONES -MISS HURDLE 7i c Sc UanA Wenc 1. H. Richardson. 2. M. Sasser. 3. H. Nichols. 4. J. A. Jones. 5. R. Peedin. 6. C. Sasser. 7. L. Howell. 8. R. A. Sasser. 9. D. Harper. 10. J. A. Edgerton. 11. H. Gurley. 12. J. Strick¬ land. 13. O. Hinnant. 14. E. Pike. 15. M.J. Ferrell. 16. P. Gurley. 17. V.R. Barnes. 18. E. Collier. 19. J. Daughtry. T SENIORS OFFICERS President - -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- - JOHN EDGERTON Vice President - -- -- -- -- -- -- -- - HAROLD RICHARDSON Secretary - -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- - -PEGGY GURLEY Treasurer - -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- MARJORIE SASSER Reporters.EMMETTE COLLIER, RAYMOND PEEDIN CLASS MOTTO: Less than our best is failure CLASS FLOWER: Rose CLASS COLORS: Red and White MASCOTS DIANNE OVERMAN JUNIOR BASS JOHN EDGERTON Class President 1,3, 4; Glee Club 1,2, 3, 4, President 4; 4-H Club 1, 2; FFA 1, 2, 3, President 3; Basketball Announcer 3, 4; Editor-in-Chief of Annual; Junior Play; Senior Play; Chief Marshall 3. VELMA ROSE BARNES FHA 3; Glee Club 3, 4; Operetta 3; Junior Play; Annual Staff 4. EMMETTE COLLIER Basketball 1; Baseball 2,3,4; Class Reporter 4; FFA 1, 2, 3,4; Athletic Association 3,4; Annual Staff 4; Bus Driver 4; Senior Play. JUNIOR DAUGHTRY Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4, All-County 3; Baseball 1,2, 3, 4, Most Val¬ uable 3; Annual Staff 4; Athletic Association 3,4; Junior Play. MILDRED JEAN FERRELL Music 1; FHA 1,3; Glee Club 1,2, 3, 4; Annual Staff 4; Finance Chairman of Junior Play; Usher¬ ette at Senior Play. HILDA GURLEY Glee Club 1, 4; FHA 1,2, 4; Senior Play; Marshall 3; Usherette Junior Play; Annual Staff; Glee Club; Play 1. PEGGY GURLEY Music Club 1,2; Marshall 3; Usherette at Junior Play; Basket¬ ball 3; FHA 3; Secretary of Class 4; Librarian 4; Cheerleader 4; Senior Play; Athletic Association 4; Assistant Editor of Annual. t DAVID HARPER Vice President of Class 1, 2, 3; Junior Play; School Reporter 3; Marshall 3; Glee Club 3; FFA 1,2, 3, 4, President 2, Reporter 3, Federation Winner, Creed Contest 1, Carolina Farm Degree 3. OTIS HINNANT FFA 1,2, 3, 4; Watch Dog 2; Baseball 1,2, 3, 4; Substitute Bus Driver 4; Annual Staff; Glee Club 4; Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4, Captain 3,4; Junior Play; Senior Play; Athletic Associa¬ tion 3, 4. LINWOOD HOWELL FFA 1, 2, 3, 4; Athletic Associa¬ tion 3,4; Basketball 1; Stage Manager of Junior Play; Adver¬ tising Committee Senior Play; Annual Staff. JO ANN JONES FHA 1, 2, 3; Basketball 2, 3, 4; Athletic Association 3,4; Usher¬ ette at Junior Play; Senior Play; Annual Staff 4. HAZEL NICHOLS Class Secretary 1,3; Glee Club 1,3,4; Annual Staff 4; Librar¬ ian 4; FHA 1,2, 3, Song Leader 3; Athletic Association 3, 4, Secretary 3; Basketball 1,2,3, 4, Captain 3,4; Junior Play. RAYMOND PEEDIN FFA 1, 2, 3; Class Reporter 4; Usher at Junior Play; Senior Play; Annual Staff 4; Popularity King 1. ELIZABETH PIKE FHA 1, 2, 3, 4, President 4; Cheerleader 3,4» Glee Club 4; Popularity Queen 1,2; Treasurer of Class 3; Junior Play; Athletic Association 3,4; Annual Staff 4; Usherette at Senior Play; Librar¬ ian 4. HAROLD RICHARDSON Basketball 2, 3. 4; 4-H Club 1, 2, 3, 4, 5; Baseball 2, 3, 4; Vice President of Class 4; Glee Club 4,5; FFA 1,4; Annual Staff 4; Athletic Association 4, 5; Junior Play; Substitute Bus Driver 3, 4. CRAWFORD SASSER FFA 1, 2, 3, 4; Annual Staff 4; Advertising Committee Senior Play. MARJORIE SASSER Music 1,2,3; FHA 1,2, 3, 4; Class Treasurer 1,4; Basketball 1; Marshall 3; Junior Play; Sen¬ ior Play; Librarian 3, 4; Athletic Association 4; Cheerleader 4; Annual Staff 4. R. A. SASSER FFA 1, 2, 3, 4, President 4; Glee Club 3, 4, Operetta 3; Annual Staff 4; 4-H Club 1; Bus Driver 4, Substitute 3; Junior Play; Athletic Association 3, 4; Bas¬ ketball 4, Manager 3; Baseball 4, Manager 3; Senior Play. JOYCE STRICKLAND FHA 1; Junior Play; Senior Play; Librarian 4; Annual Staff 4. 4kcC We the class of 1952-53, of Nahunta High School, being of good will and sad hearts, do ordain and make this our Last Will and Testament. To the ones left behind, we bequeath our ability to work together as classmates. To everyone in the Freshman Class we bequeath our dignity. The whole Senior Class leaves their ability to wiggle out of trouble to the Seniors next year because they sure will need it. Linwood Howell leaves his quiet ways to Jonathan Hooks. John Edgerton leaves his loudness, height, and cute remarks to Lemuel Overman. Velma Rose Barnes leaves her ability to make friends with everyone to Barbara Davis. Harold Richardson leaves his friendliness and flirty ways to Joseph Rollins. Jo Ann Jones leaves her quiet ways and ability to tend to everything to Peggy Crawford t so the Seniors next year will have a boss. Hilda Gurley leaves her flirty ways to Peggy Lewis since she doesn ' t already have any. Junior Daughtry leaves his " Junior " girl friend to Bayron Hare. Otis Hinnant leaves his ability to play basketball to Lewis Valentine so the team will have a star next year. Elizabeth Pike bequeaths her friendliness to Carol Aycock. Hazel Nichols bequeaths her nice disposition and her Junior boy friend to any girl in the Sophomore Class. R. A. Sasser leaves his ability to make friends with the best looking girl in the room to John Pate, so John will stop being so bashful. Marjorie Sasser, Peggy Gurley and Elizabeth Pike leave their cheerleading ability to the cheerleaders next year. Peggy Gurley leaves her ability to make friends with all the new boys in school to Jenette Sasser. Mildred J. Ferrell leaves her determination to finish school before getting married to Evely Radford, Peggy Crawford and Eva Mae Bizzell. Raymond Peedin leaves his quiet ways and politeness to Billy Holland. Marjorie Sasser leaves her ' 52 Ford to the lucky girl who is able to hold it providing she can have it back at the proper time. Emmette Collier leaves his cute remarks to Jimmy Morris hoping he will begin to talk a little, David Harper leaves his FFA record to Jonathan Hooks so the FFA next year will have a good start. Joyce Strickland leaves all her Johns except one to Marie Winders. Crawford Sasser leaves his good looks and quiet disposition to Cooper Hall. In this manner, we hope that those’ ' left at dear Nahunta High may take this to their best advantage. Signed and published, we so do declare the above to be our Last Will and Testament. Whereof we have set our hearts and hands and seal this twenty-sixth day of May, in the year of our Lord, nineteen hundred and fifty three. Witnessed by the only and sole executor. W. P, Hollowell, Principal By Marjorie Sasser " As I look into the future lives of the Senior Class of 1953, 1 see Mildred Ferrell and Donald Ray have gotten married and are living in their little dream house of which Mildred has often spoken. Let me see now, I believe 1 see Peggy Gurley going to college at Greenville. Oh yes! Up there where she can be near Obie, her boy friend,about whom she was often worried because he would not write her enough. Since Raymond liked chemistry so well, 1 see that he has finally finished college and is a great chemistry teacher. Be careful there Hazel with that needle! Hazel has finished her training at Carolina Hospital in Wilson, and is now a great nurse. She is carrying on her fine work while she is still waiting for Linwood Earl to return from the Air Force. Click! Click! Click! Jo Ann Jones is typing away. She has finished her studying at W. C. and is now a secretary for a private business firm. Jo Ann is still as quiet as she was in her high school days. Well, I see R. A. is still at home working. He is plowing a fifty-acre field. Yes, R, A. is a very prosperous farmer. Woop! Junior, don ' t be too rough with those boys. They could not help losing the game. All of Junior ' s boys think he is a good basketball coach until they lose a game. All can ' t win. 1 see Hilda Gurley is clerking in McLellans. She is still flirting with all the good looking boys, as she did back at dear old Nahunta High. I see that Elizabeth Pike has finished her beauty course and is now working in her own little beauty shop. Elizabeth still has her friendly disposition that she had in high school. Since David Harper was such a good FFA worker during high school, 1 see that he is still follow¬ ing the modern method of farming and of hog raising. 1 see Joyce Strickland in her modern all-electric kitchen cooking supper, while John Flowers, her husband, holds the baby and waits impatiently. I see Linwood Howell walking into a jewelry store. Gee! What ' s that he is buying? It ' s a diamond ring for his future wife. Linwood has finally grown out of his bashfulness. Who is that coming down the road in a 52 Ford? It ' s Marjorie Sasser. She finally got her faith¬ ful Walter to come back to her. Harold Richardson is staying at home right on. Harold is waiting for Carol to finish school, with the hopes that Carol will marry him as soon as she graduates. I see Emmette and his loving wife, Gaynell, going down the street in Washington. Yes, Emmette is leading two small children. In a studio, a great radio announcer, John Edgerton, tells all the listeners about the latest tunes. He is now dedicating a song to his wife, Ernestine, and John, Jr,, while she is keeping house. The title of the song is ' So Used To Loving You ' . Well, I see Otis has become a great farmer. Otis entertains himself by singing ' Salty Dog Blues ' as he did the Senior Class when we went to Washington. Crawford Sasser has finally decided to be a bachelor. The girls still like to flirt with him, but he thinks he is better off single. As we, the Seniors of 1953, look into the future, we see a happy young couple going down to the License Bureau. Who could it be? Oh, it ' s Velma Rose and she is pulling Brooks by the arm. Brooks is fresh out of the army, and Velma Rose has waited patiently for her beloved. " Velma Rose Barnes Prophet " The class of 1953 began its career at Nahunta in 1941. The class was divided from the First through the Fifth Grades, but we were all together in the Sixth Grade. That year, we went to Raleigh, and our teacher was married during the year. We lost six of our classmates in the Seventh Grade. We all enjoyed the Eighth Grade and everyone graduated. We came happily back in 1949 to our first year of High School. Mr. A.C. Holloman was our teacher, and we gained three pupils in that year and lost two. Although we were called ' Green Freshmen’, we got along fine with everyone. After a summer of hard work, we came back as ' Sophomores ' to more hard work. Mr. W. P. Hollowell was our teacher. That year, we lost seven pupils and our principal. Starting our Junior year, we had a new principal, Mr. Hollowell, and our Eleventh Grade teacher, Mrs. E. B. Simpson, was also doing her part. She had the terrible sorrow of losing her husband in the middle of the year, and we can ' t put into words how sorry we are about this, and we do appreciate everything she did for us. She helped us physically and mentally. We all got along very nicely as a class and teacher. We lost two classmates in our Junior year and gained one. Our Junior play, ' It’s Great To Be Crazy ' , was given November 8, 1951. We gave the Seniors a banquet on March 28, 1952, at Hotel Goldsboro. The five marshalls were: John Allen Edgerton, Chief; David Harper, Peggy Gurley, Mar¬ jorie Sasser, Hilda Gurley. We learned to like the Seniors and hated to see them leave us, but we know they were ready to go after twelve years. Beginning our Senior year, we had twenty-one students. We lost two and now we have nineteen. After getting settled down we started to work on our Senior play, ' Here Comes Charlie ' , which was given on November 14, 1952. Everyone enjoyed it, and this made us feel good. After our play, came our Washington trip. We left November 23, 1952, and returned November 26. Mrs. Cooper Gurley, Mrs. Vernelson and Mrs. Homer Richardson were our chaperones. We stayed the first night at Natural Bridge and two nights in Wash¬ ington. Mrs. Vernelson was our homeroom teacher. We all had fun working on our af " al, and we are very proud of it even though we had to work hard to complete it so you co .J have it back by the end of school. Miss Hurdle was our sponsor, and we truly appreciate everything she did for lb. Our twelve years of school have been hard and even though we felt like quitting at times, we are glad we did not. You people take our advice, ' It may be hard, but it is well worth your time to finish school’. We know we will miss all of you, but we will look back through our annual and remember our school days with you while here at Nahunta High School. " Peggy Gurley Historian Our hearts are light, our voices gay For we are setting sail today To parts unknown, to lands unseen, Fulfillment of our every dream. But ere we say our warm good-byes to you, Our secret thoughts we will impart to you. Oh, how we love you, dear Nahunta High! Thoughts of you will be with us Until we die. Sailing, Sailing over the bounding Main, For many a stormy wind may blow Ere we come home again. Sailing, Sailing under the skies so blue. For many a stormy wind may blow Ere we come back to you. We ' ve had our fun, we ' ve had our tears. We have been with you twelve short years. But ere we leave to go away Just one more thing we wish to say. Good-by to friends, to parents, teachers dear. You ' ve done so much for us Since we ' ve been here. Oh, how we love you, dear Nahunta High! Thoughts of you will be with us until we die. ae K In ' 41 we started to build A stately ship--the winds could not wield. We gathered materials from near and from far. We made ready our plans to tread after a star, A star that would lead us up toward the right. Hoping temptation we would fight. We first built the hull of number one steel. Then the stern of strong mind and strong will. Up went the mask where love ' s banner will fly Representing goodness past the day that we die. Faith as our captain to pilot us on; Work as first mate clean through the gray dawn. Will our voyage be successful? Have we learned payment in full? Will we Nahunta ' s great name magnify. As we make ready ourselves with a sigh? Let us keep our anchor ever ready Lest we steer too close to a terrible eddy. Whether we sail through the wind or sail through the rain, God bless us all ' til we meet again. By David Harper FAVORITES . um ■ ■■ Best Sports Prettiest Most Handsome Quietest Best All Around Most Studious Most Talented Most Dependable Most Likely to Succeed Wittiest Neatest Best ' Dressed Biggest Chatterbox Laziest Biggest Flirt Most Athletic Most Dignified Friendliest JUNIORS CAROL AYCOCK EVA MAE BIZZELL SHELBA JEAN BUNN PEGGY CRAWFORD BARBARA DAVIS BEN RAY EDGERTON MILDRED FERRELL EDNA GODWIN J.B. GRANTHAM E.C. GURLEY LOUVENE HALL BAYRON HARE RAND HOLLAND BILLY HOLLAND BERTIE JEAN HOWELL MARVIN IVEY ROSELLA JONES JOSEY ANNE LANGLEY PEGGY LEWIS JAMES MITCHELL MAUD OVERBEE EVELYN RADFORD LLOYD ROLLINS HELEN STUCKEY BOBBY WALL Absent: JOHN PATE MARJORIE BRADBURY Melba Aycock Lula Belle Berry Robert Edgerton Bobby Fields Jonathan Hooks J. R, Holland Elwood Howell Tommy Howell Dorothy Ivey Eugene Lee Velma Minchew Margaret Morris Ruby Nichols Allen Ray Overman Christine Pittman Joseph Rollins Dwight Rose Vernon Sullivan Gordon vVells Jencie Whaley Marie Winders Absent: Cooper Dees Betty Mae Holland C.D. Langley Jean Pate c FRESHMEN Ruth Baker Buster Bunn A. B. Crawford Rose Ferrell Hazel Gurley Douglas Gurley Edward Hales Viola Hales Cooper Hall Wreb Hawley Christine Jackson Cecil Lane Dolly Lucas Donna D. Morris Jimmy Morris Lemuel Overman Eloise Parrish Thurston Rollins Jenettie Sasser Bobby Southerland Billy Taylor Janice Tyndall Lewis Valentine Geraldine Wells Reba Wiggins Absent: Othal Minchew Dorothy Pate Thomas Pridgen First row: Howard Edgerton, Charles Aycock, Raymond Radford, Jimmy Bunn, Liza Tucker, Mattie Jean Lee, Betty Howell, Kenneth Wells, Donnie Ray Wall. Second row: Morris Carter, Dickie Pierce, Julius Bosewell, Beulah Langley, Annette Sasser, Daylon Howell, Maggie Langley, Sylvia Vernelson, Annette Winders, Mr. Banks, Teacher. Third row: Dollie Strickland, Marian Talton, Billy Ray Holland, Shrelia Mozingo, Wilton Howell, Annie Rose Daughtry, Mack Radford, Anne Strickland. Absent: Julia Berry, Don Crawford, Eugene Hall, Layune Hooks, Elbert Richardson, Melva Mitchell, Pete Taylor, Markie Smith. ’K.Ck 2fteett 1952 King LLOYD ROLLINS Queen ANNETTE WINDERS ACTIVITIES . .. f C 4-“ eccd ♦ t Cettc ;4 ocicitco t ' r CCA D%we No. 34 No. 59 Secretary No. 7 ATHLETICS ( ieen eacC u 1 f953 Nahunta is expected to have another championship year as they have had for two of the last three years. Nahunta will have eight outstanding players returning for the 1953 season. The coach, Mr. Spirtos, who accomplished great things with the team last year is back this year. Missing from the last year group will be such standouts as: Gene Edgerton, Ray Hawley, Donald Morris, Harold Richardson, Linwood Brown, Jimmy Bass and Junior Daughtry. These boys played a bfg 4 part in winning the Northern Division and then splitting the Wayne County Baseball Championship with Brogden High School whicl} won the Southern Division. MR. GEORGE SPIRTOS MRS. INEZ HOLLOWELL ADVERTISERS c BANKING T ' RUST CO. The Safe Executor A Complete Banking Service Given All Customers Your Banking Business Appreciated Open an Atcount With Us. Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation Goldsboro, North Carolina Phone - 380 - 381 International Trucks - Tractors - Farm Machinery Sales and Service SONJ, I NC. Your International Dealer Goldsboro, North Carolina Compliments of ucpU ' n (5AS COMPANY Complete Gas Service Goldsboro, North Carolina Compliments of COMPANY Goldsboro, North Carolina 109-111 West Walnut Street Goldsboro, North Carolina Drink Coca-Cola LAUNPW CLtANnEl S 300 North John Street Goldsboro, North Carolina Compliments of PEPARTMENT STORE Goldsboro, North Carolina MILLING CO. A Home-Owned Store We aim to please you Custom Grinding and Mixing Phone 253-1 Phone 2063 Fremont, North Carolina Pikeville, North Carolina Compliments of (7RO. JEWELRY STORE General Merchandise Gas and Oil in Phone 2104 Highway 581 Goldsboro, North Carolina Fremont, North Carolina ( c?e?c£man FUNERAL HOME GROCERY AND MARKET RALPH YELVERTON, Proprietor Dealer in Understanding and Sympathetic Heavy and Fancy Groceries Service Sherwin-Williams Paints Funeral Directors and Embalmers Feeds and Poultry Ambulance Service Phone 3812 (Cadillac) Pikeville, North Carolina Phone 274-2 and 274-1 BELL - STUART FURNITURE COMPANY Complete Home Furnishers “Home of Fr iendly Credit” Phone 2740 - 225-27 North John St. Goldsboro - LaGrange - North Carolina DUMAS - GIDDENS OIL COMPANY, INC. Pure Petroleum Products Be Sure With Pure Goldsboro, North Carolina FARMERS AUCTIONS STOCKYARD One Mile North of Goldsboro, North Carolina Phone 709 Sale Every Tuesday at 1:00 P. M. Come Be With Us, Buy, Sell or Speculate AYCOCK - SELBY COMPANY, INC. Agents for G. E. 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