Nashville High School - Nahiscoan Yearbook (Nashville, NC)
- Class of 1954
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We have sought to capture and bind within this book some of the things which have
endeared us to our school. May the book serve as a link in the great chain of life--a
link that will bind our future thoughts to this, one ofthe happiest years of our lives
May the memories which they hold carry us back to our Alma Mater and be the answer
to our wish, "Backward turn backward. Oh! Time in thy flight."
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MISS COCKRELL MRS. WILLIAMS MR. McLEOD
Home Economics Social Studies French
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MR WILLEY MR. HENSON MISS SMITH
Agriculture French Commerce Mathematics
MISS MONTGOMERY MRS. ROSS
Public School Music Piano Piano
MRS. WATERS MRS. STRICKLAND
Seventh, Eighth Grades Seventh Grade
MRS . LILES
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MISS BRASWELI. MISS BASS
Fifth Grade Fourth Grade
MISS LAMM MRS. ROBINSON MISS BRANTLEY
Second Grade First Grade First Grade
Fifth, Sixth Grades
MRS . BAKER
MRS . HINTON
MRS . MARGARET WILLIAMS
MISS MI LDRED SMITH
MOTTO: "The door to success is labeled PUSH"
CLASS FLOWER: White Carnation
CLASS COLORS: Blue and White
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"My opinion is my guide. "
Glee Club Accompanist 1,2,35 Dramatics Club 1,2,
Play 25 Beta Club 2,3,4, President 45 Annual Staff
2,45 Junior Play 35 Who's Who 4.
"Speech is silver, silence is golden."
Glee Club 15 F.H.A. 1,2,3.
"Care may kill a cat, but will never kill me."
4-H Club 15 F.F.A. 1,2,3,45 Bus Driver 3,4.
TOMMY BREEDLOVE '
"The right man in the right place."
F.F.A. 1,2,3,4, President 45 4-H Club 1,2,35 Glee
Club 1,25 Class President 25 Football 45 Dramatics
Club 25 Junior Play 35 Senior Play 4.
"She is always happy, reign whoever may, And laughs
the sense of misery far away. "
Norlina High 1,25 Glee Club 15 4-H Club 15 F.H.A.
Club 1,2,3,45 Basketball 1,2,3.
"That which does the most and costs the least is iust a
Glee 1,2,3,45 Dramatics 15 F.H.A. 1,2,45 Junior
Play 3 .
"Happy am l, from care l'm free5 why can't they all
be contented like me?"
Glee Club 1,2,3,45 F.H.A. 1,2,3,45 4-H Club 1,
"Effort is the secret of attainment. "
Dramatics Club 1,25 F.H.A. 1,2,3,4, Reporter 3,
President 45 Glee Club 2,35 Beta Club 2,3,45 Annual
Staff, Art Editor 3,45 Newspaper Staff, Art Editor 35
Artist for Junior-Senior 35 Junior Play 35 Senior Play
45 Class Officer, Vice-President 35 Who's Who 4.
"The only way to have a friend is to be one. "
"Always keep your face toward the sunshine and the
shadows will fall behind."
Dramatics Club I,25 F.H.A. I,2,3,4, Treasurer 35
Glee Club I,2,3,45 Junior Play 35 Senior Play 45
Student Council 45 Annual Staff 4, Advertising
Manager5 Who's Who 4.
CARRIE MAE DANIEL
"l have seen yesterday, I love today and I'm waiting
for tomorrow. "
Glee Club 25 F.H.A. I,2,3,45 Bus Driver 45 4-H
"My goal is always ahead. "
Beta Club 3,4, Vice-President 45 F.H.A. I,2,35
4-H Club I,25 Student Council 2,35 Junior Play 35
Senior Play 45 Annual Staff, Business Manager5 Who's
"A good sense of humor and the power to laugh. "
Glee Club 2,3,45 F.H.A. I,2,3,4.
"Where there's a will there 's a way. "
F.F.A. I,2,3,45 Football 3,4.
"There is no truer truth obtainable by than comes of
Glee Club I,2,3,45 Dramatics Club I,25 4-H Club
I,2,3,45 Beta Club 3,45 Band I,2,3,45 Class Presi-
dent 45 Junior Play 35 Senior Play 45 Who's Who 4.
"A friend may well be reckoned the masterpiece of
Glee Club I,2,3,45 F.H.A. I,2,3,45 Bus Driver 3,
45 4-H Club I,2,3p Senior Play 4.
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"Life 's what you make it."
4-H Club 2,35 Glee Club 3,45 Basketball 2,3,45
Student Council 45 F.H.A. 1,2,
"A good laugh is better than medicine. "
Basketball 2,3,45 Football 3,4, Manager 1,25 Mono-
gram Club 35 Glee Club 1,2,3,4.
"Nothing is so difficult but that it may be found out
Glee Club 1,2,3,45 F.H.A. 1,2,3,4, Secretary 3,
Student Council 3,4, President 45 Beta Club 2,3,4,
Secretary 4, Chief Marshal 45 Who's Who 4.
SYLVIA LANGLEY I
"Rather be small and cast a light than large and cast
a shadow. "
Cheerleader 1, 2, 3, 45 Annual Representative 2,35
Nahiscoan 4, Prophet5 Glee Club 1,2,35 Dramatics
Club 1,25 Junior Play 35 Senior Play 4.
"They build to low who build beneath the stars."
Glee Club 1,2,35 Dramatics Club 1,25 F.H.A. 15
Beta Club 2,3,45 Junior Play 3.
"Today's foundation determines tomorrow's destina-
tion . "
Co-Editor Nahiscoan5 Glee Club 1,25 F.H.A. 1,25
Class Officer 1,2,35 President 35 Basketball 1,2,
Co-Captain 25 Beta Club 2,3,4, Treasurer 45 Student
Council 1,2,3,4,Secretary-Treasurer 25 Junior Play
35 Dramatics Club 1,25 School Treasurer 45 Who's
BOBBY ROSS JONES
"A girl I can't leave alone."
4-H Club 15 F.F.A. 1,2,3,45 Football 35 Bus Driver
LEE ROY JONES
"Steadfast and true, sincere and kind, One of his
equal is hard to find. "
Glee Club 1,2,
STUART LE CROY
"To set the cause beyond renoun5 to play the game
beyond the prize. "
Class President I5 Dramatics Club i,25 Glee Clubl,
25 Beta Club 3,45 Student Council 35 Annual Staff
3,45 Senior Play 45 Basketball I,2,3,4, Co-Captain
45 Baseball l, 2, 3, 45 Football I, 2, Manager 45
Who's Who 4. A
"There is a silence which expresses everything."
F.F.A. T,2,3,4, President 35 Bus Driver 4.
ELLENE DRAKE LEONARD
"With him l'm satisfied. "
Glee Club5 F.H.A. i,2,3,45 Student Council 3,45
Beta Club 2,3,45 Annual Staff 4.
"When the fight begins within himself, a man's worth
F.F.A. l,2,3,4, Vice-President3,45 Bus Driver3,4.
"The end crowns the work. "
Basketball l,2,3,4, Co-Captain 45 Junior Play 35
Senior Play 45 Annual Staff 45 Glee Club l.
"When you know me, you'll love me like all the rest."
Newspaper Staff T5 Glee Club l,25 Beta Club 2,35
Junior Play 35 Bus Driver 3.
BETTY RUTH MEDLIN
"Trouble knocked and hearing a big laugh turned
Beta Club 2,3,45 F.H.A. 1,25 Dramatics Club 2.
"Life is what you make it."
4-H Club T5 Bus Driver 3.
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JOYCE RACK LEY
"Lend thine ears to many, thy tongue to few. "
Olee Club l,2,45 F.H.A. l,25 Beta Club 2,3,45
Secretary 35 Student Council 1,45 Annual Staff 45
Cheerleader 45 Senior Play 45 Who's Who 4.
"Work while you work, but play often."
F.F.A. I, 2, 3, 45 Glee Club l,25 Football 3,45
"lf women interfere with work, quit work. "
F.F.A. l,2,35 Junior Play 35 Senior Play 45 Foot
ELOISE RICE POWELL
"Love made a great reward. "
F.H.A. l,2,3,45 Glee Club 1,2,3,4.
"Only time will tell."
F.F.A. l,2,3,45 Football 3,4.
"Quiet dignity hides a wealth of wisdom and effici
Class Officer 45 Beta Club 3,45 F.F.A. l,2,3,4
Officer 2,3,45 Basketball 45 Who's Who 4.
BARBARA ANN TAYLOR
"Loyal-hearted, strong of mind, a finer girl you'll
never find . "
Glee Club l,2,3,45 Beta Club 2,3,4, Vice-President
35 Student Council 25 F.H.A. l,2,3,45 Class Sec-
retary 45 Cheerleader 3,4.
"To be rather than to seem. "
Co-Editor Nahiscoan5 F.H. A, 1,25 Glee Club l,2,
35 Student Council l,2,3,4, Vice-President 35 Beta
Club 2,3,4, Treasurer 35 Junior Play 35 Senior Play
45 Basketball 1,25 Dramatics Club 2.
"Still water runs deep. "
Beta Club 2,3,45 Student Council 45 Class Treasurer
T5 Glee Club 2,45 F.H.A. l,2.
"Nothing is impossible to a willing heart."
"Stand up for the right. A square deal will always
Glee Club I5 F.F.A. l,2,3,4, Officer 3,45 Junior
Play 35 Senior Play 45 Beta Club 4.
"Wisely and slow5 they stumble that run fast."
Glee Club I5 F.H.A. l,2,3,45 Senior Play 45 Bas-
ketball l,2,3,45 Girls Athletic Club 3.
"Patience is the best remedy for every trouble. "
Basketball l,2,3,4, Co-Captain 45 F.H.A. I,2,3,4,
Treasurer 45 Junior Play 35 Senior Play 45 Student
Council 2,45 Annual Staff 4.
JENNIE BLOW WARREN
Mr. and Mrs. Edward Warren
Mr. and Mrs. Jim Phillips
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WI LBUR BOONE , JR .
It may seem strange to us that this life ends
When there is so much we want to do.
So many plans to make, so many friends,
So many dreams we want to make come true,
And yet, we know that death can only give
The gift of life eternal--ending never
Where we may plan and work and grow and live
Triumphantly, forever and forever.
las! Wi!! and Zesfamen!
State of North Carolina
County of Nash
City of Nashville
We, the Senior Class of Nashville, of previously stated State and County, being
of sound mind and good character, do herebv make and declare this to be our Last
Will and Testament. The following persons we do hereby declare to be rightful and
lawful heirs of our fabulous possessions:
Section 1. To Mr. Walters, we leave our heartfelt thanks and admiration for the
hard work he has done in making this school one we are now proud to call our
Section 2. To the juniors, we leave our hopes for a well organized annual staff.
Section 3. To the Sophomores, we leave a word of encouragement, keep up the
good work, the struggle is half over.
Section 4. To the Freshmen, we leave this thought "Do what you do well and your
harvest will be fruitful."
Section 5. To our parents, we give our thanks for seeing us this far and promise
to be citizens of whom they will be proud.
Section 6. To the School Board, we leave our appreciation for remodeling our
Section l. To Miss Smith and Mrs. Williams, we bequeath our sincere appreciation
for helping us carry out so successfully our many activities.
Section 2. To Mrs. Futrell, we leave, knowing she will always remember each of
us for what we are. Wherever she goes our admiration will follow. She has given
of her talents bountifully. THANKS!
Section 5. To Mr. Henson, we leave, still wondering how he talked "Uncle Sam"
out of it.
Section 4. To Miss Ellis, we leave our thanks for being so patient with us in
Section 5. To Mr. McLeod, we leave our regrets for not being under his scholastic
Section 6. To Miss Cockrell, we leave our appreciation for her struggle to make
good cooks out of us.
Section 7. To Mr. Barnes, we leave many potential ball players and a quiet study
Section 8. To Miss Montgomery, we leave our thanks for building such a fine band.
Section 9. To Mr. Willey, we proudly leave the dedication of our 1954 Nabircomz.
Section 10. To Mrs. Ross and Miss Louise, we leave our appreciation for their work
in developing the many fine pianists we have.
Section ll. To Mrs. Bunting, we leave our thanks for always being willing to help.
Section 1. Faye leaves her French laugh to Mr. Henson.
Section 2. Peggy leaves nothing, the stingy thing!
Section 3. Tom Davis leaves his khaki pants to Tommy Nelms.
Section 4. Lee Roy leaves his politeness to Bobby Joyner.
Section 5. Bearl leaves his ability to argue to Arthur Daniel.
Section 6. Betty leaves a portion of her figure to Merilyn Price.
Section 7. Sylvia Langley leaves her ability to get along with Mr. Barnes to Horace
Section 8. Sylvia Womble leaves her friendliness to the Juniors.
Section 9. Ellene and Eloise leave to become model housewives.
Section 10. Patsy Daniel leaves her short hair to Magdaline Driver.
Section 11. Barbara Lancaster leaves her stucliousness to Mary Hobbs Valentine.
Stuart leaves his Beta Club membership to Tommy Chappell so he can
continue to play basketball.
Nancy leaves her drivers license to anyone who can accept the responsi-
Section 14. Frank and Marvin leave their ability to balance themselves on the stage
rafters to Robert Strickland.
Section 15. Lewie leaves his knowledge of chemistry to Miss Ellis.
Section 16. Sally Blackwell leaves still following Ellene and Freddie.
Section 17. Dorothy leaves her basketball ability to her brother Phillip.
Section 18. Joyce and Shirley Vandiford leave their friendship and quietness to Louise
Pridgen and Barbara Strickland.
Section 19. Jimmy leaves still arguing over Senior privileges.
Section 20. To Billy Whitfield, Gene leaves a small portion of his intelligence.
Section 21. Shirley Vanhook leaves her shyness to Diane Johnston.
Section 22. Martha leaves her position on the basketball court to anyone who doesn't
mind a few bruises.
Section 23. Jeannette leaves her red hair to Shelba Harper.
Section 24. Barbara Bennett and Jane leave their singing ability to the Glee Club.
Section 25. Tommy Breedlove and Ronald leave still trying to figure out geometry.
Section 26. Barbara Taylor leaves early so she can bear Patsy Glover to C. D.
Section 27. Agnes leaves her good times in study hall to anybody who wants them.
Section 28. Adele leaves her temper to anyone who can control it.
Section 29. To Ora Lee Pendergrass, Carrie Mae leaves her intelligence.
Section 30. Sally Alford leaves her curly hair to Christine Daniel.
Section 31. Ruby leaves her feminine ways to her sister Betty Jo.
Section 32. Alvin leaves in his "old" car, wondering if he will get home!
Section 33. Bobby Ross leaves his salesmanship ability to any Junior who needs a
watch the most.
Section 34. Ray wills all of his many girls to some lucky Junior.
Section 35. Robert leaves his love for football to Clyde lnscoe.
Section 36. Clyde leaves his physique to Johnnie Vick.
Section 37. Elaine leaves her slenderness to Rebecca Sanders.
Section 38. Maxie leaves his history ability to Judy Adams.
Section 39. Jo leaves her ability to cut hair to Mrs. Williams.
Section 40. Patsy Glover leaves her ability to have appendicitis at exam time to
PATSY GLOVER and JO TAYLOR
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Hello there everyone, welcome once again to "Radio City." This is your news
reporter Winnie Winchel with your round-up of important happenings.
First on the program tonight I should like to have you go with me to a premiere
here on Broadway, The celebrated picture we have heard so much about, Dancing
Toer. is being shown for the first time. The star of the picture is Tom Davis, better
known in the movie world as Fred Kelley. We must hand it to the director and
producer, Robert Pridgen and Gene Rackley, for such a successful picture.
Let's stand among the crowd and see what celebrities we can meet.
Here comes that famous Powell model, Nancy Evans and Powells own private
secretary, Patsy Glover.
Not far behind these two are the bobbysoxers' idols, Lewie Parrish and jimmy
Matthews, soon to be seen in Slae Will am! She Wofft. Among these cheering bobby-
soxers we see two young ladies, Shirley Vanhook and Ruby Daniel, who now have
a thriving "Dress Shoppe."
Let's get away from the shoving crowd and to another part of "Radio City."
Tonight is opera night, so off to the "Met" We step up to buy our tickets from
Jeannette Bowden, who also owns the "Coffee Shoppe" across the avenue. She tells
us that a good friend, Bobby jones, runs it for her.
We are taken to our seats by the usher, Bearl Vick. He tells us he hopes to go
into the meat-packing business with Clyde Leonard soon.
We are very pleased to be seated next to Mr. and Mrs. Smokey Lancaster, Mrs.
Lancaster being the former Miss Jo Taylor of Nashville.
Two rows behind who should we meet but Sally Blackwell and Faye Cooper.
Sally is now a famous fashion designer for Paramount and Faye is her business
manager. They tell us that Patsy Daniel has made quite a name for herself in Reno.
She is a pediatrician.
It seems we are all here for the same reason. Peggy Bone, a concert pianist, is
to give a repeat performance. They say the "Met" is her second home.
After a grand performance we will leave the "Met" and return to the studio
for a while.
The red light is blinking in Studio B. Gracious! None other than Barbara
Bennett and jane Dickens. They are called "The Rosy Two." Arthur Godfrey should
see these girls!
We return to Studio A to find a report that just came in saying Henry Ford's
business is dropping fast due to a new car called "Hiccup." It has just been released
by the two proud owners, Tommy Breedlove and Ronald Sykes. They say it doesn't
run on gas. Well?
We are pleased to announce that coach of the year, Stuart LeCroy and manager
Ray Joyner will be back with us after training this year.
We are also glad to announce that Shirley Vandiford, one of our employees
here, has just recently become America's new typing champion. Good girl to have
We had a very welcome visitor with us tonight. Lee Roy jones just came in
from Georgia where he auctioned off some mighty fine tobacco. We learn from him
that Alvin Nelms and Maxie Davis own the warehouses from which he auctioned.
The New York Times featured many interesting things in its society page
today. Mrs. Freddie Leonard, formerly Miss Ellene Drake, gave a very festive luncheon
in honor of three prospective "debs." They are, as you have probably guessed, Misses
Agnes Bell, Barbara Taylor, and Barbara Lancaster. The floral arrangements were
fixed by Mrs. Leonard's very good friend, Mrs. james Powell, formerly Miss Eloise
Rice of Castalia.
Let's leave "Radio City" for just a while and see whats happening in Nashville,
Here we find Elaine Coggin and Carrie Mae Daniels running a very successful
beauty shop. Yep, always knew those girls would come out at the head.
As long as we are this far we will travel on to Wilson where we find Miss
Adele Joyner, now Mrs. R. L. Edwards, with her days full caring for her two children.
We hear from Sally Alford, our news reporter at Wilson, that Martha Womble,
now Mrs. Farmer, is doing great work for charity at her home in Wilson.
Let's leave Wilson now and return to our home here in "Radio City."
In the literary category, a new magazine has attracted everyones attention. The
Erquirette is edited by Dorothy Matthews. She always did like to make news and now
she has her hands full! The art editor is none other than Betty Medlin using as her
fashion model, Joyce Rackley. Joyce was also one of the State's "Who's Who In
America" contest this year. We have as our Sports Editor, Miss Sylvia Womble, who at
the present is covering the seasons basketball games at State where M. F. is making
We have been places and covered ground tonight, ladies and gentlemen. l hope
you've enjoyed my visit into your homes. l'll be back tomorrow evening. Until then.
so-long from your news reporter gal-Winnie Winchel.
Probably the most varied group of individuals that has ever come to Nashville
School was the class that entered the first grade in 1942. This assemblage consisted
of all types from those hardly weaned from their mothers' apron strings to those
anxious to show their courage in a new adventure. Under the direction of Lucille
Credle we learned to work and play together.
The next few years passed rather uneventfully. Then came that long awaited
day when we entered high school. Outgof the original sixty-four only twenty-four
remained, but thirty-two new students, coming mostly from Castalia, Oak Level
and Griffins, joined our group to make us fifty-four strong.
The freshman year with its freshness, fears, and attainment of prospectus was
quickly gone and likewise the Sophomore days which we passed as lords of domain.
Then came the junior year.
The first big event of this year was getting those class rings we had waited eleven
years for. Remember how proud we were! Next was our play. Under the direction
of Mrs. Anne P. Key we gave Stficlly Formal. It was a big success and we really felt
that our efforts were justified. Finally came our biggest event-the junior-Senior
banquet and dance. The class was very thrilled over the new lunchroom which pro-
vided adequate accommodations for our banquet. We held our dance in the High
School Gymnasium. In decorating, we carried out our theme "Evening In Paris." The
scenery which depicted scenes in Paris was sketched by our class artists Sally Black-
well and Ellene Leonard.
Little did we realize when we came back to school in the fall of 1955 that this
year would end those wonderful memories of dear "ole" N. H. S. Our Sponsors for
this year were Mrs. Margaret Williams and Miss Mildred Smith. For our Senior Play
we gave Mother If A Frefhman. Most of this year was spent raising funds for our
annual which came out in the spring. Out of forty-five Seniors that graduated only
twenty-two belonged to the original sixty-four that entered the first grade in 1942.
And thus endeth the history of the class. judging from the past, the class has
every reason to hope for a bright future.
"We were Frerbmen green.
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Nou' Seniorr old.
And in the enruing
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Versatility! That describes Peggy Bone. An
apt student, an accomplished pianist, and a
good secretary. She presides like a judge at
Beta Club Meetings and serves as organist at
the Baptist Church. Her dependability will
be an asset when she enters Meredith College
as a music maior.
Never at a loss for words! This could be
said of Sally Blackwell. She is very artistic
and serves as Art Editor for the NAHISCOAN .
A good student in Nashville High, Sally
aspires for a career in Interior Decorating.
W. C. is her choice of schools for prepara-
Patsy Daniel may seem reserved to some people ,
but when you get to know her she's friendly
and easy-going. Everybody will remember
Patsy for saying "Does anybody have money
for the annual today," and as a competent
Beta Club officer. Her main interests center
around children so she will fit in fine as a
primary education maior at East Carolina next
Jolly, fun-loving and likeable describes Faye
Cooper. She is kept busy riding over hill and
dale in her green Cadillac transacting Senior
business. She has proved her dependability by
getting ads for the NAHISCOAN and spending
endless hours in the annual room. Faye's vi-
vacious Personality and love for water fights
will not easily be forgotten. As college days
draw near, Faye is tingling with excitement,
because she knows her future will be well
rounded at W. C.
Patsy Glover is one of the most outstanding
citizens of our town. She is very active in
every phase of school activity and in her
church . Patsy is a very good student and the
life of every party, especially when she tells
her iokes backwards. She is friendly, easy-
going, capable and dependable. Even though
she is leaving many friends and devoted ad-
mirers, we know she will find both at Duke--
her choice of colleges for furthering her
lt's Tom Davis to the teachers, but "Head"
to the students. Tom is known throughout
Nashville High for his sunny disposition and
blond crew cut. Serving as Senior Class
President, Tom is always on the run, busy as
a bee--hither and yon. Whether strutting his
stuff as Drum Major with the band or tapping
his feet with sister Chee, Tom makes his name
at Nashville High School. He plans to ioin
many of his friends at Carolina next year with
dramatics as his maior.
Stuart LeCroy is a good all round fellow, ex-
celling in sports of all kinds. Tar, as every-
one calls him, has that certain something
that makes the girls swoon. Come rain, come
shine he arises each morning at dawn to de-
liver his papers. A little late for school,
perhaps, but he makes up for this by making
it appear to Miss Ellis that he is interested
in Chemistry whether he is or not. Stuart
has chosen State to further his education.
Reserved and dignified are characteristics of
Barbara Lancaster. She will be missed for
her competent work in the Beta Club, Student
Council and library. To and from Castalia
serving as chief marshal has been one of
Barbara's activities. Next year Barbara plans
to enter East Carolina College to become a
high school history teacher and librarian.
Joyce Rackley is one of those petite brunettes
who is quiet and reserved with a pleasant
manner that appeals to everyone. Her flair
of friendliness is radiated in the classroom,
the dining hall and the cheerleader line.
Joyce is a loyal Beta Club member who is
always making out the Plan for theWeek will
be missed but not forgotten.
Gene Rackley will undoubtedly make a suc-
cess of whatever he chooses for his life's work .
that is, if he goes into it with the same
energy and determination that have charac-
terized him all through hishigh school career.
Gene really understands the meaning of
friendship and practices it as gentleman. He
plans to further his education at State.
TOMMY EVANS FRED AYERS
MARY VALENTINE ELLEN CHAPPELL
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Second row: Mrs. Corbett, Peggy Breedlove, Ann Tharrington, Gwendolyn Cooper, Catherine
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Ruth Vester, Wayne Nelma, Ted Cooper, William Denton, Kendall Rackley, Billy Evans.
Third row: Tempie Burgess, Betty Viverette, Rosemond Procter, Marie Joyner, Pat Walston, Patsy
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Sustare, Patsy Alsup, C. R. Strickland, Carol Sullivan, Charles Bell, Bobby Ferrell, Eunice Neely,
Hattie Dickens, Mrs. Strickland.
Second row: Jimmy Matthews, Alan Burgess, Patricia Boone, Mavis Carpenter, Faye Corbert,
Patricia Wheeless, Alice Joyner, Nancy Carter, Vernon Leonard, Louis Pentleton, Joy Vick,
Ray Stancil, Thomas Williams, Butch Huckabee, Ray Stallings, Tommy Batchelor.
Third row: Fred Hendricks, Steve Keen, Howard Flowers, Herbert Hedgepeth, Dan Joyner, Mary
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Left to right: Judy Vandiford, Barbara Taylor, Sylvia Langley, Dorothy Matthews,
Louise Pridgen, Standing, Mrs. Margaret Williams, Advisor, Faye Cooper, Patsy Daniel,
Adele Joyner, Sylvia Womble, Barbara Lancaster, Betty Medlin.
Seated, left to right: Phillip Chappell, Vice-President, Barbara Lancaster, President, Sylvia
Mc Lin , Secretary-Treasurer .
First row: Alice Jane McGregor, Aileen Smith, Adele Joyner, Ellen Chappell, Ruth Adams, Shirley
Vandiford, Faye Cooper, Patsy Glover.
Second row: Lee Roy Jones, Jo Taylor, Mary Hobbs Valentine, Sylvia Womble, Joyce Rackley,
Third row: Tommy Nelms, Warner Rackley, Bruce Walker, Miss Ellis, Sponsor.
First row, left to right: Magclaline Driver, Geraldine Morris, Sally Blackwell, Barbara Lancaster, Secre-
tary, Patsy Daniel, Vice-President, Peggy Bone, President, Patsy Glover, Treasurer, Eunice Beal,
Ellene Leonard, Jean Vick.
Second row: Mrs. Futrell, Sponsor, Betty Medlin, Nancy Evans, Jo Taylor, Barbara Taylor, Faye Cooper,
Third row: Jane Sessoms, Bearl Vick, Tom Davis, Stuart LeCroy, Gene Rackley, Albert Harris, Shirley
Peggy Bone President
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First row, left to right: Jackie Vanhook, Chee Davis, Faye Cooper, Barbara Taylor, Sylvia McLin, Diane
Johnston, Alice Jane McGregor, Jean Massengill, Ava Gray Evans, Barbara Bennett, Adele Joyner,
Susan Abernethey, Sylvia Langley, Mary Nelms, Barbara Matthews.
Seated: John Evans .
Second row: Mayson Freeman, Ruth Adams, Judy Adams, Jean Joyner, Ellen Chappell, Joyce Bowden,
Agnes Bell, Eloise Powell, Margie Farrar, Frances Evans, Ruby Daniel, Mary Smith, Jane Dickens, Kay
Smith, Gwen Chappell, Miss Montgomery, Director.
Third row: Nancy Matthews, Aileen Smith, Lois Tharrington, Judy Vandiford, Barbara Strickland, Mary
Hobbs Valentine, Louise Pridgen, Ola Mae Boulden, Barbara Lancaster, Patsy Winstead, Joyce King,
Faye Vanhoolc, Virginia Strum, Judy Freeman, Vivian Langley, Christine Daniel, Mary House.
First row, left to right: Wayne Joyner, Gloria Cooper, David Griffin, Aaron Griffin, Billy Evans,
David lnscoe, Ray Batchelor, Larry Hinton.
Second row: Gus Griffin, Mike Evans, Ray Stallings, Ray Stancil, Ted Cooper, Patsy Alsup, Joe
Vick, Vickie Jones.
Third row: Kendall Rackley, Barbara Breedlove, Jimmy Baker, Alec Coggins, William Corbett, Kay
Smith, Bernard Collier, Tillie Strickland, Tommy Batchelor.
Fourth row: Frances Evans, Fred Hendricks, John Evans, Carl McGregor, Patsy Beal, Benny Robin-
son, Jim House, Pat Walston.
Fifth row: Bobby Collins, R. E. Collier, Garland Joyner, Tommy Nelms, Bobby Joyner, Phillip
Chappell, J. C. Pernell, Tommy Davis.
Top, left to right: Diane Johnston, Susan Abernethy, Chee Davis, Judy Adams,
Sylvia McLin. Bottom: Ann Beal.
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Chappell, Vice-President, Sally Blackwell, President, Miss Cockrell, Sponsor, Jane Sessoms, Secretary,
Sylvia Womble, Treasurer. FIRST ROW: Virginia Strum, Barbara Taylor, Faye Cooper, Barbara Lan
caster, Mary Nelms, Anne Ferrell, Barbara Matthews, Judy Freeman. SECOND ROW: Agnes Bell
Dorothy Matthews, Anne Morris, Rebecca Sanders, Lois Tharrington, Mary House, Carrie Mae Daniel
Louise Pridgen, Gwen Chappell, Mary Smith, Jean Joyner, Faye Vanhook, Betty Nelms, Edna Davis
Janet Tyson. THIRD ROW: Jackie Vanhook, Martha Womble, Aileen Smith, Barbara Moss, Joyce King,
Shirley Wood, Jean Massengill, Patricia Turner, Irene Williams, Margie Farrar, Ava Gray Evans, Jan
Dickens, Diane Johnston, Vivian Langley, Jo Ann Williams, Christine Daniel.
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FIRST ROW, left to right: Mr. Willey, Advisor, Tommy Breedlove, President, Frank Lucas, Vice-President,
Gene Rackley, Secretary, Robert Pridgen, Treasurer, Bearl Vick, Reporter, Bobby Ross Jones, Sentinel.
SECOND ROW: Jackie Joyner, Ronald Rackley, Eugene Whitley, Raymond Godwin, Pete Strickland,
Maxie Davis, Plummer Leonard, Jimmy Dozier, Ronald Sykes, Rudolph Stroud, Jean Paul Frazier, Wilbur
Pendleton, Alton Carpenter, Carl McGregor, Robert Strickland, Larry Fisher, Carlton Harper, Wally
Vick, Neverson Cooper. THIRD ROW: Max Medlin, Roger Parker, J. W. Kennedy, Jesse House, Grady
Cockrell, Herbert Nelms, Mickey May, Donald Joyner, Jimmy Medlin, Larry Dew, Arthur Daniel, Ro-
land Radford, Lewis Parrish, Marvin Braswell, H. J. Pendergrass, Benjamin Carr, Ravin Carpenter, Joseph
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Hawkins, Vice-President, Mary Hobbs Valentine, Bruce Walker. SECOND ROW: Ruth Adams, Jackie
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Margie Farrar, Joyce Bowden, Virginia Strum, Mary Helen Nelms, Barbara Matthews. THIRD ROW: Bobby
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FIRST ROW, left to right: Bobby Jones, Jane Dickens, Carrie Mae Daniel, Billy Whitfield, Frank Lucas.
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Third row: Arthur Daniel, Donald Raynor.
First row, left to right: Ellen Chappell, Adele Joyner, Dorothy Matthews, Sylvia Womble, Martha
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Second row: Peggy Jones, Geraldine Morris, Patricia Turner, Patsy Winsteacl, Ola Mae Boulden.
Third row: Miss Ellis, Diane Johnston, lrene Williams, Christine Daniel, Shirley Gurganus, Mr.
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Electric and Acetylene
THE DANIEL COMPANY
F arm Machinery - Appliances
Welding Phone 6410-2 Rocky Mom, N. c.
Phone 214-4 Route No. 3
Nashville, N. C.
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Aur el, RE PA' R5 5 DRAKE'S BARBER SHOP
X ia' lx Castalia, N. C.
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BEST OF LUCK!
SHOP AT SEARS AND SAVE
225 S. Church Street
Rocky Mount, North Carolina
JAMES M. FOX
126 S. Main Street
Mount, North Carolina
JOHNSON COTTON CO.
"Your John Deere DeaIer"
Rocky Mount, N. C.
Latest in Fashions
UL DANIEIJS, Inc.
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Rocky Mount, N. C.
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Daavis ille Armed Marble Co.
2813 S. Church St.
Rocky Mount, N. C.
Phone 2-4155 or 2-3126
"THE PLACE TO GO"
"For Brands You Know"
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Rocky Moum, N. c.
FOR THE BEST ! ! !
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Nash County Equlpment Co.
Nashville, N. C.
Twin County Motor Co.
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Home of Cleaner Used Cars and
3444 W h' St.
Rocky iRZ.JI.'f'g'i.'T C. GIFT SHQP
6 'J Novelties and Gifts of All
3 v s Englewood Varieties Including
Bride's China, Crystal, and Silver
Phone 2-2092 Rocky Mount, N. C.
Gus Z. Lancaster
STOCK YARDS 1 AND 2
Sale Each Tuesday-Phone 2-3124
Sale Each Friday-Phone 6-6101
Eastern and Piedmont
Leading Cattle and Hog
Rocky Mount, N. C.
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JOE LANCASTER - Owners - JIMMIE WOOTEN
G.E. - R.C.A. - ZENITH TELEVISION
Sales - Service
Rocky Mount, N. C.
114 S. WASHINGTON ST. PHONE 6-7777
SHOP AND SAVE AT
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' 127 S. Main St.
J T I Rocky Mount, N. C.
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Bates Shoes - Hobbs Hats
Wing Shirts - Timely Clothes
Exclusive-But Not Expensive
Rocky Mount, N. C.
Mary A. Proctor
Lelia D. Steadman
701 N. Church St. ,
Rocky Mount N C
Holbrook Motor Co.
607 S. Church St.
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JEWELERS mf BARBECUE PLACE
I39 SOUTH MAIN STREET
CU 25:2 ROCKY MOUNT, N. C
Coca-Cola Bottlin Company
NASHVILLE, N. C.
ROCKY MOUNT, N. C.
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Nashville Beauty Shop
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Rocky Mount, North Carolina
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CLASS OF '54
BIGGEST VALUES !
LOWEST PRICES !
Serving Eastvrn Carolina" Medals and Trophies
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N. Mclln Sf. Phone 2-1535 81 Inc
Complete Home Furnishings WHOLESALE
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THE LEADING WAREHQUSE
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Twin County Gas Co.
Pyrofax Bottled Goss
Magic Chef Sfoves
120 Torboro Sf.
Phone 6-6248 Rocky Mounf, N. C.
CITY BARBER SHOP
L. T. VAUGHAN
VOGUE BEAUTY SHOP
MADELYN'S FLOWER SHOP
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