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Mary Hemphill Published by THE SENIOR CLASS OF NATHANAEL GREENE HIGH SCHOOL LIBERTY, NORTH CAROLINA Qbealica tion MR. JAMES T. HOLT To Mr. James T. Holt, who has stood by us all through our four years of high school so patiently, we the Senior Class of 1950, dedicate this annual from the depths of our hearts. 2 ur rincipal MR. CONRAD O. HINSHAW To Mr. Conrad O. Hinshaw, who is nearing the end of his first year as principal, we the Senior Class of 1950, wish to express our appreciation and gratitude for his teaching and guidance. 3 acuity F. R. Garrett Science J. T. Holt Math-Social Studies Mrs. C. A. Redmon Home Economics Mr C. A. Redmon Agriculture Miss Rachel Swaim English-French Mr F. H. Merrill Music-Voice Mrs R. R. Bowman Fifth Grade Mrs J. C. Brady First and Second Grade acuity Miss Edith Causey Fourth Grade Miss -Eloise Causey Third Grade Mrs. Benson Causey Sixth Grade Mrs. J.S. Deviney Third and Fourth Grade Mr. R. L. Ellis Eighth Grade Mrs. R. E. Means Second Grade Miss Daisy Richardson First Grade Miss Ola Stafford Seventh Grade Za 4 N' gli TT""?' -as 1. 5 .X -Q.. Q . I -A-in Cl 03 enior Clay fficerd President ............ ..... M ark Lyerly Vice President. . . .... Betty May Secretary ..... . .Mary Hemphill Treasurer. . . . . Jaynee Greeson ad cold Brinda Seagle Roger Shoffner 6 .df .-is "' :M . r ... ,, f- ,'-'L' ,' ' ., f . - -- ' '.--1 ,. fm' M , . . , I. . ... - ,gay ": - ' -2 vt A -e ' . v g A ' ' ' , .t j:,,.i ' H x. Q. V ' , 23.5 ,,,. ' A, X- vi- . A . ,V . "A . Q. ODE to the SENIORS O class of '50, our hearts ache, and a Pains our senses. The sparkling rays Of a setting sun are splashing shadows On the by-gone years. Memories, aching, nostalgic surge up 'f-Y--,pn.A ,:M..f ,- numbness Within us. Recollections of the care-free Days of glorious youth, the years We shared together. But lookl Behold! The shadows pass. One ray, especially bright and clear Silhouettes against the deepening dusk Ye, O class of '50. Ye, who stand together, bidding Us a fond farewell, as ye prepare For the long journey ahead. O Heavenly Muses! Smile upon them. Be not scornful! Be not mocking! Make their trip a joyous one, Full of love, laughter, happiness. Yet, be firm, O Muses! Make it Not a trifling thing, the road ahead. Teach them that the joys of life Be not begotten without tears. Let them be sometimes fearful, For fear is ofttimes as a beacon From a lighthouse. Yet let them be not afraid! Guide them with a gentle, firm Hand, O Muses! Let them not, exhausted, falter by the Wayside. Not in this, their greatest journey-- The journey of Life! Mary Lee Moore 7 Claw Song We the class of 1950, do Pledge our loyalty to you To N. G. our school so dear Which we will cherish more each year. Through the years we've strived to reach our aim All our lives we'll do the same Ever, onward, upward climb With open, ever-growing minds. Chorus Honor, fame, and glory you deserve And from your teachings we will never swerve In our hearts there'l1 always be Loyalty to dear N. G. 8 MAGGIELENE ME LLISSA AMICK HMaggieH Superlative, speedball 1,2, soft- ball 1,2, Beta Club 2,3,4, Greene Herald Staff 4, Senior play. Ambition - Secretary Motto: Were it not better to for- get, than but to remember and regret. LEONA PEARL COBLE Superlative, Glee Club 2, speed- ball. Ambition- Seamstress Motto: Don't try dying, die try- ing. eniord EVA DORIS ARRINGTON Superlative, speedball, 1,2, soft- ball 1,2, secretary of Beta Club 2,3,4, Glee Club 1,2,3, Greene Herald Editor, Vice President 3, Reporter 2, chief cheerleader 4, popularity contest. 4. Ambition- Bookkeeper Motto: Wait, thou child of hope, for Time shall teach thee all. MARY DOT DALRYMPLE l6D0t!7 Superlative, Beta Club 2, 3, 4, Glee Club 2, Greene Herald Staff. Ambition- Secretary Motto: Live each day as were your last. ifit BILLY TALAMADGE CLAPP HBi1l'!3 Superlative, baseball 2,3,4, bas- ketball 2,3, F.F.A. 1,2,3,4, Sen- ior play. Ambition- Ballplayer Motto: You don't have to play a sport to be a sport. HAROLD CURTIS FLINCHUM lKHarry33 Superlative, basketball 2, 3, 4, assistant bus driver 2,3,4, Jun- ior and Senior play. Ambition-To travel Motto: Candy is dandy, but liq- uor is quicker! 3 " AZN hwy """"h li-,415 A- 'QT - ,x 9,45 fi 9 ,r X :Q Q W1 F, J 3 J HL he 'KIM' CARLTON EUGENE FRAZIER "Gene" Superlative, basketball 2, 3, 4, baseball 2,3,4, Beta Club 2,3,4, bus driver 4, F.F.A. 1,2, Greene Leaf Staff, Greene Herald Staff. Ambition-Textile Engineer Motto: I expect to pass through this world but once. Any good I can do, any kindness I can show, let me do it now, for I shall not pass again. JAYNEE ELIZABETH GREESON Superlative, speedball 1, report- er 3, Glee Club 1,2,3, music 1,4, Vice President 2, treasurer 4, marshall 3, cafeteria 4, Greene Leaf Staff, Greene Herald Staff, Junior and Senior play. Ambition-Secretary Motto: A good name is to be chosen rather than great riches, and love rather than silver and gold. eniord 15 fur-. M QT' 3 ,!' 3 4, K 4. SARAH ETHEL GARRETT Superlative, Glee Club 2,3, re- porter 3, softball 1,2, speedball 1,2. Ambition-File Clerk Motto: Whatever I have tried to do in life, I have tried to do with all my heart the best. JOHNNIE LEE GREESON Superlative,Glee Club L2, music 1, reporter 3, speedball 1, cafe- teria 4, class treasurer 2, 3, Junior and Senior play. Ambition-Stenographer Motto: Better by far you should forget and smile, Than ou should remember and be sacli 10 Q' ZEB ROY GARRETT !lHank!! Superlative, Glee Club 1, 2, 3, baseball 2,3,4, basketball 2,3,4, F.F.A. 1,2,3,4, Senior play. Ambition-Professional ball Motto: You don't have to act smart to be smart. MARY MARGARET HEMPHILL "Mutt" Superlative, Glee Club 1,2, speed- bal 1,2,4, softball 1,2,3,4, bas- ketball 2 3,4, Greene Herald Staff. Greene Leaf Staif, Beta Club 2, 3,4,-president, class president 1, secretary 2,4, reporter 3, D.A. R. Representative, Junior and Senior play. Ambition-Housewife Motto: I sat down on a bumble bee but I arose again! CLARISE MARIE JENKINS Superlative, speedball 1,2, soft- ball 1,2,3,4, cafeteria 1, Glee Club 2, basketball 1,2,3,4. Ambition-Professional ball Motto: Thus would I double my life's fading space for he that runs it, runs twice his race. ANNIE RUTH LINVILLE lCAnn!7 Basketball 1,2,3,4, speedba112,4, Glee Club 2, softball 1,2,3,4. Ambition-Nurse Motto: Time does not become sacred to us until we have lived it eniord NANCY LEIGH LAMBERT "Chub" Superlative, speedball 1,2, soft- ball 1,2, cafeteria 3, Popularity contest 2, Greene Leaf Staff, Greene Herald Staff, Class Pro- phet, Cheerleader 4, Junior and Senior play. Ambition-To be a success in whatever I may attempt and to see an operetta. Motto: The ticking of a clock marks the hours but n-it their contents! DAVID MARK LYERLY Superlative, basketball 2, 3, 4, captain 4, baseball 2,3,4, Junior and Senior play, President 3,4, F.F.A. 1,2, Greene Leaf Editor. Ambition - Physical Education Director Motto: A good heart is better than allthe heads in the world. Wx 45" LORENA PARTHENIA LEVENS Glee Club 2,3, speedball 1. Ambition-Pianist Motto: Everything you don't know would make a big book. AUDREY VAE MAY Glee Club 2,3, speedball l. Ambition-Office work Motto: Unlessoned, unschooled, unpracticed Happy in this, she is not so old and she may learn. AV 'Q- .N 11 xx I eniord "QT" BETTY RUTH MAY Superlative, speedball 1, 2, 4, softball 1,2,3,4, basketball 2,3,4, Glee Club l,2, Greene Leaf Staff, Greene Herald Staff, Vice Pre- sident 4, Junior play, class poet. Ambition-Nurse Motto: The highest of distinction is service to others. EDWARD HARRY REITZEL G lEd!! Superlative, bus driver 2, 3, 4, Greene Leaf, Greene Herald Staff. Ambition-Artist Motto: All roads worth taking lead uphill. lx va V O L DORIS VIRGINIA MOORE "Tootsie" Superlative, Glee Club 2, Greene Leaf Staff, Greene Herald Staff, Beta Club 2, 3, 4, treasurer 1, class secretary 3. Ambition-Secretary Motto: If you have to keep re- minding yourself of a thing per- haps it isn't so. DONNIE VEE SHOE Superlative, basketball 3 4, speed- bal 1,4, softball 1,2,f3,4, Beta Club 2,3,4, Greene Leaf Staff, Greene Herald Staff, Glee Club 2. Ambition-Telephone operator Motto: Come what may, time and hour run through the rough- est day. 12 N 1 3 2 Q, if ' a il t inf' HAZEL JOYCE O'BRIANT Superlative, basketball 3,4, soft- ball l,2,3,4,speedball l,2,4, Jun- ior play, cafeteria 1,3,4, class reporter 4, Glee Club 2, Greene Herald Staff. Ambition-Housewife Motto: Nor time, nor space, nor deep, nor high can keep my own away from me. EUGENE SHEPARD SHOFFNER "Gene" Superlative, basketball 2,3,4, bus driver 4, Junior and Senior play Ambition-To travel Motto: My plow has set the fur- row, and I know that I must go. eniord 'wifes 'su-54 ERNEST SNIITH PATSY LEE STALEY NELLIE MAE SULLIVAN "Smith" "Pat" "Nell" Superlative, F.F.A. 1,2,3,4. SUPGTIHUVG, basketball 3,4, Speed- Glee Club 1,2. Ambition-Dairy Farmer ball 1,2, softball 1,2,3,4, Junior Ambition-Doctor's Assistant Motto: Rather than love, than and Senior play, vice president Motto: Always the dullness of a money, than fame, give me truth. of Beta Club 4, cafeteria 3, fool is the whitstone of the wits Greene Leaf Staff, Greene Her- ald Staff, Glee Club 1,2. Ambition - To be a success in whatever attempted. Motto: It matters not how long we live, but how. Cfadd .fvlid tory We, the Senior Class of 1949-50 started our school career in the autumn of 1938. Through these twelve years, fifteen of the fifty beginners have remained together to become the present seniors. They are Maggie Amick, Doris Arrington, Bill Clapp, Dot Dalrymple, Ethel Garrett, Jaynee Greeson, Johnnie Greeson, Mary Hemphill, Lorena Levens, Betty May, Edward Reitzel, Donnie Shoe, Gene Shoffner, Ernest Smith, Patsy Staley. For the last few weeks of our first year, Clarsie Jenkins joined us to make the fifty-first pupil. Miss Richardson is responsibile for the first of the twelve notches which we had to climb. We think she did a wonderful job and can look back and appreciate the things she did for us, although at the time we thought standing on one knee was an unbalanced method of punishment for misbehavior. We owe our thanks to her unlimited patience with a group of a few bright and many dumb pupils. Much to the sorrow of the second grade students, we received word that our school had burned just a few weeks before time for school to open. After about two weeks delay we began our second year of school in a two room abandoned negro school house called Beulah. It was Miss Cadell's job this year to try to keep us "naughty brats" in a straight line. Those good "ole" days, we'l1 never forget. It so happened that Doris Moore came and joined in our reading and writing and 'rithmetic thrills that year. 13 The next year we came back to our old school grounds but like the other grades we had our classes in the "gym", Due to the large enrollment our class was divided. The larger portion remained with Miss Thompson who is now Mrs. Deviney and the others went to Miss Farlow's room. This was the year when we added Leona Coble, Audry May, and Mark Lyerly to our roll. With the thoughts of being promoted to the fourth grade, we also had the thrill of beginning school in a new building. Our grade was still divided. Miss Edith Causey had the large part and Mrs. Farlow had the same few which she had the year before. This was the year Nancy Lambert and Roy Garrett came into the picture. Next came the fifth grade with Miss Weathers teaching the same few and Mrs. Stuart teaching the other grade. Nellie Sullivan joined us in this grade. We entered the sixth grade with Miss Walker as the teacher of the same few and Mrs. Stafford had the larger group to teach. It was the same story in the seventh grade except that Miss Stafford became teacher of the large group and Miss Walker remained with the same group she had taught the year before. A new story began in the eighth grade because the two groups were reunited. Mrs. Redmon and then Mrs. Gibbs both taught a few weeks each, and finally we suc- ceeded in securing a permanent teacher for the year, Mr. Hinshaw. Hazel O'Briant and Annie Ruth Linville joined our group this year. When we entered high school we sure thought we were "big ones". This was the first year that five subjects were required. Mrs. Redmon was our home room teacher and she also taught the girls home economics. Mr. Holt taught civics and mathe- matics and Mr. Utley taught health and physical education. Harold Flinchum and Gene Frazier joined us this year. Mary Hemphill was elected president of our class. We were all very proud of Clarsie Jenkins and Roy Garrett who received basketball suits that year. The following year, which was our second year in high school, Miss Cole was our home room teacher. She also taught us English, Mr. Holt taught us algebra, Mr. Knight biology, and Mrs. Redmon taught second year home economics. We began to realize the importance of making money, because we had the responsibility of giving the Junior- Senior banquet the following year. During this year, Delano Shepherd was our class president. Miss Cole aided us in selecting our class colors, which are green and white, and our motto, which is "B2". fBe Square.J Our Junior Year was important because we gave the banquet and also the Junior Play, "Are You Kidding?". The banquet was held at the Alamance Hotel in Burling- ton. Mr. Holt was our home room teacher. He taught us "American History" and Mr. Suits taught us English. Mr. Ford started us off in French but Mrs. Griffin fin- ished the year. Mrs. Redmon taught us our last year in home economics. Our class officers for the year were: President, Mark Lyerly, Vice-President, Doris Arrington, Secretary, Doris Moore, Treasurer, Johnnie Greeson. Finally, after eleven years of hard work, nineteen girls and eight boys reached the last of the twelve notches they must climb in order to become a senior. At the beginning of the year we elected Mark Lyerly as President, Betty May as vice-presi- dentg Mary Hemphill as secretary, Jaynee Greeson as treasurer. Miss Swaim, oiu' home room teacher, directed the Senior Play, "Hobgoblin House". This year we are taking French, English, chemistry, geometry, economics, and agriculture. We have been working on our annual, "The Greene Leaf" and our newspaper, "The Greene Herald". We are hoping to make enough money to go to Washington. This year the Juniors are giving us a Valentine's Day Banquet. It is to be held at Meyer's Tea Room in Greensboro on February 17, 1950. 14 Claw Poem Not just a phrase of conclusions Or jesty words to seem amusing, But, an inventory of sincerity. We, here, express our thoughts in clarity. Long may the twelve steps seem But just a mere portion of an upward dream Work and study as we might 'Twas only an obligated fight. The best of apprehension has been deserved As has been granted and not reserved. Let yet, happiness and friendship continue, Without schedule or requested menu. Class poet, Betty May 4-I X1 of ' L' L un-4 RZ N X 15 uperlaiiued 1, . m,'mTx of K V K E I X Mosfr LIKELY TO SUCCEED 1 M Donnie Shoe - Mark Lyerly x Y n no , ene ff E ' A, , W n X ,J Y, .,,A gqzwmi' N' W X1 "- XN 'ffq 7 - ,QQ MW 7, Tw , n J v V QQ 4 . j o o Y 1-. , H, wr. X' MOST POPULAR Harold Flinchum - Johnnie Greeson BEST - ALL - ROUND A Gene Shoffner - Betty May 16 MOST DIGNIFIED Jaynee Greeson - Roy Garrett jj? 4 ni MOST INTE LLECTUAL Mary Hemphill - Gene Frazier MOST RESERVED Leona Coble - Ernest Smith Superlatiuea 17 , W , 'MA H ,143 I new ,EM , M 2 y 5 . 5 3 'TW T 4ffE3'51z?'f? Q' .' lP"",,4f'- wif!! 1 Tw M T. f MTW f -M' ,UC :J-w.:',F.m, Lf, 'H ,Hy fe ,fu my. 1 T1-1 ,,,0.1.W .MNH V, 'J 0 Q , f ,Qmg , ff " 'W' V' - V gf 1- ' uperlaiiue MOST AMBITIOUS Nancy Lambert - Mark Lyerly T :Ce ,.' IWW fi 14 , 4 I' W ,4 an T b A T fl? , J , MOST sTUD1oUs I' Af w W ,, A w 'Q M Q. r M M JM! ww if dm Y f Q, MQ 1,v,,,g,'4lFW," ' 1' W M af, 4 wx ,, 1 X 1 q ,. A B Qfwlwfw' 5 ML, aojm ,H r ' W Q M, H an Te A ne T W 6' J9,.f,f'9!Rffw',,fx.QW'LTf , K' nil' QCP.: V. -' y" ' --ff glw-M-" T - , , pf, .':, we 40 , y f .f , an YM f , Jw N , 'M T M . ' l, fr ,gf '9 ff VNV 15 X H -+' B HW! F H 'fl QQ , A tiff' M1 S1 Y V 2 4 .av-' 4 mf, 1 Q JN ' 'i Maggie Amick - Gene Frazier V ,. QA f 'gf ' if me A 5' aw fa T: Meea T M ' 'laffegmf nf H' - M4 ,yAW3" 7. :ff HQ A 4 gm, ,X gig: wV'?H'!H,fWf4,f7uLi ,JPLV, I, L , T, z,p 1 , .uf .V u an " T 3 TT Q22 ,4 I T ' Q T! YA if 1, T ,, . W T 1 MOST ATHLETIC .153 . Clarsie Jenkins - Bill Clapp :FW ', 18 uperlatiuea MOST RELIABLE Hazel O'Briant - Ernest Smith IE MOST TALENTED Betty May - Edward Reitzel FRIENDLIEST Patsy Staley - Gene Shoffner 19 ul' Y fi Superlatiued 4,15 x X ffmywf , T BEST LOOKING Jaynee Greeson - Harold Flinchum 20 MOST ARTISTIC Betty May - Edward Reitzel LAZIEST Roy Garrett uperfq lived BIGGEST PE ST Harold Flinchum - Ethel Garrett Gene Shoffner XX ., tri .. . , . bA J333: t e '72 ' 'W . if -T' L A V fs " Q ' le, 1,3 ,f BIGGEST FLIRTS at Doris Moore-Mark Lyerly Dot Dalrymple 41 , , A -21 i 6. V fm, 'Q WITTIEST ' BEST DRESSED Patsy Staley - Mark Lyerly Doris Arrington - Roy Garrett 21 , 1 1' if T x 5 Q Q . 1 Q Ar ' M 2 .af .131 H. 'Q a iriiei 119. "JL . iL fi' .J x l if I -1-Q. 4 ,vi WHEN YOU AND I WERE YOUNG 1. "Mutt", 2. Lorena, 3. Pat, 4. Doris, 5. Maggie, 6. Audry, 7. Ethel, 8. Jaynee, 9 11' 16. Johnnie Clarsie , 10. Dot, 11. Doris, 12. Shoffner, 13. Harry, 14. Hank, 15.Ne 1e, 22 uniord i Darothy Lea Blackard im "Petite, clever and everybody's pal What would we do without this gal?'l Bobby Bowman "In basketball we count on him To never miss, but hit the rim." .., i Lauren Brown "In work as well as play He is ready everyday." qg., s Norvie Jean Campbell "She has many very cheerful ways Which will live on through the days Annie Lee Clapp 'She works with all her mind and heart In every task she does her part." Daphne Coble "Quiet, simple, a good sort of friend, One who will last until the end." , Pearl Coble "She is a wonderful friend One on whom I can always depend." ,,,, an Q,-N. Minnie Lou Friddle ,IM , "She's a quiet little lassg gl my A big help to her class." 23 ya Mu? 'izi . ' mn'-' 've-:A I 5? VSWX Y-g,,.v' war' 'fm in-f' Nb-f 'USR 'fi L. 11. WL' by if :' . l.,,. my . . ! ' v '4- . N . . n s '.' ix X lv N 495 in-00 .m'Q'g""' uniord Wade Garrett "In his work, in his play, Wherever you see him, he's always gay." Bobby Glasgow "He's a boy with a heart of gold, A useful life we're sure he'1l mould." Modine Greeson "She has a smile for everyone, Shining bright as the noon-day sun." W. T. Hemphill "He is a gentleman in the hall And an ace at baseball." Clearl Humble "She always tries with heart and mind And never fails or is left behind." Kenneth Humble "Good sense of humor, one of the bestg Let him fish, and he's completely at rest. Odell Hyatt ' A. fi "He always tries his A... , V A ' ' best, , e No task can ever I'6St.H l fx David Levens ' W "He always has a 5" x . smiling face. In work he is an ace." H' Hallie Belle May "Always ready with a great big laugh, She never does any- thing by the half." uniord Mary Lee Moore "She's sweet, kind and simple When she grins she has a dimplef' Goldie Sawyer "He always helps in time of need A daily task, his daily deed." Billy Floyd Shaw "He's always on time and in the righ We never get tired of seeing his face Frances Shepherd "She does a big job ever da Y Y, She looks up to you in some nice way Margaret Shoffner "One who is friendly and nice Ready and willing to love a man twice Lor ene Smith "She's always cheerful, always gayg She wears a smile from day to day." Billy Staley "He always wears a smile, And as a friend he's worth while." Ralph Wilson 'as "In basketball he is topsg He plays and plays, QM never stops. ' ' Connie Woodard "In work, in play, Connie's always gay. Clemont Arrington Georgia Brown Swannie Famer inf' it Soplzomored Theresa Barker Lester Brown Clay Garrett 1.-I' 34' 6 gi .X 4.2154 Martha Lou Bowman Betty Jo Brower Peggy Coble Robert Coble John Gerner George Hemphill Wk if ff ,gig 1.5 .ga r r 'f of t .,,, l W B 4: C :I V ', V . 1 i 'Wm , ,gifs Y ' oplnomored 'F"" i Clifton Humble Rachel Neese Dean Staley Lx Gvk "sw" I Roy ,Jones Sara Ruth Noah Billie Sullivan 10' 34 W-.n 1 f ' 5 s l A 951' ai A v E ,-Nw l- Q35 l lf Delano Lambert Ruth Shoffner Virginia Tate Rachel May Freda Ann Smith Doris Wilson gfed lllflell -'arf' if Gn- R' in ,A,k X - Y,- an '15 Melrose Arrington Annie Lee Black Avonne Bowman Jimmy Carroll Yvonne Clapp Betty Coble Louise Garner Peggy Garrett Carol Greeson 28 3 in It A- A P X ,Q A - ' im. '- qn- v A r.,. " A . 6" F ' - . ':, Iii and 'K 1 in Y .. 3 gy 'f is Marvin Brown Raynell Campbell Jean Coble Leonard Coble Buddy Hemphill Henry Hemphill , , N P-v-"' 4'-'H .qfedllhlell lk . A 516' Qs,- say, W 5 v 1065 .11 E .Q 5 'fag' ' xv 1 1. Q S -5 5 5, Q ra -ov" 1 La, if' ia, 'GK' X., ear ', CF lk F 1-w , hwy-. .nm - 1 I qs L i . K , gif K A,A, ' , Martha J ones Nellie Dace Layton Rex Lowe Rosa Lee Moser J oe Needham Barbara O'Briant Barbara Shaw Dale Shoffner Irene Simpson Carolyn Slawter Shirley Smith Alice Staley Patricia Staley Cleve Wright 29 'G' if- H- I . ft 'V A r . EIGHTH GRADE Mr. Robert Ellis, Teacher First row, left to right: Yvonne Sawyer, Peggy Staley, A. C. Greeson, Utah Brown, Garland Smith, J. T. Jobe, Harold Greeson, Thelma Humble, Lucy Brown, and Scottie Berry. Second row, left to right: Alyce Hudson, Peggy Coble, Jean Richardson, Bonalean Hicks, Jean Flinchum, Doris Greison, Helen Clapp, Faye Brown, Patricia Woodard, Millie May, Lula Jones, Betty Moore. Third row, left to right: Frances May, Jenny Staley, Shirley Hill, Betty Garrett, Yvonne Arrington, Shirley Kimrey, Hilda Greeson, Frank Holt, Charles Holt, Comxie Greeson, Jack Welch, James Shoffner, and Mr. Ellis. Those absent: Glenda Belvin, Robert Greene, Clifford Clapp, and Franklin Coble. fi Ge if-5 Q31 . 3' M I SEVENTH GRADE Miss Ola Stafford, Teacher First row, left to right: Robert Bowman, Glenn Shaw, Elizabeth Bowman, Lucille Strater, Shelba Linens, Annie Ruth Norman, Faye Lambert, Thurman Hyatt and Don Garrett. Second row, left to right: Jimmy Suits, Jonie Brown, Louise Stafford, Deonna George, Fern Hazlewood, Rebecca Coble, Ellen Humble, Ruth Jenkins, Sandra Welch, and Nancy Flinchum. Third row, left to right: Jean Staley, Neva Kay George, Elizabeth Shoffner, Carol Gregg, Shirley George, Mac Clapp, Leondias Holt, Fred Shoffner, Clayton Ingold, and Miss Stafford. 30 SIXTH GRADE Mrs. B. W. Causey, Teacher First row, left to right: Mike Spoon, Betty Tate, Cossie Friddle, Rosalie Staley, Billy Clontz, Billy Moser, Esther Sawyer, Shirley Lambert. Second row, left to right: Ronald Shoe, Joanne Coble, Linda Staley, Nancy Coble, Mary Coble, Ruby Greeson, Calvin Moser, Jean 0'Briant, Weldon Greeson, Mrs. Causey. Third row, leftito right: Carolyn Smith, Robert Smith, Glenn Campbell, Louise Garrett, Faye Suits, Domxie Levens, Howard Farmer, Don Reece, Jimmy Friddle, Rebah Linens, and Eugene Staley. w . -A , ff y 53515 2 fl V521 il FIFTH GRADE Mrs. Russell Bowman, Teacher First row, left to right: Phylis Ann Isley, Betty Shoffner, Nancy Brown, Wade Norman, Joe Phillips, Wanda Hobson, Jeanette Greeson, Alma L. Fogleman, Annie Belle Davis. Second row, left to right: Johnnie Shaw, Barbara Moser, Shirley Needham, Marion Sullivan Billy Sizemore, Hilda Amick, Doris Humble, Bobby Holt, Lillian Flinchum. Third row, left to right: Howard Levens, Edna Dalrymple, Carolyn Holt, Max Coley, Paulette Phillips, Phyllis Ann Jessup, Nancy Lou Coble, Ruth Jones, Belva Black, and Jimmy Layton. 31 .WJ- QY"'Q'lv 541, .. ' , 'WI FOURTH GRADE - Miss Edith Causey, Teacher THIRD and FOURTH GRADE - Mrs. John Deviney, Teacher THIRD GRADE - Miss Eloise Causey, Teacher 32 ,MF ,I dal!"- X f "f?V,?,?f' S we d:sf1i"-32+-3.'2- 4 -W Y- 'V' if 1 Ea UQ S5 ge' snr: x -f' Q-FQ' J E: 0 -- 'mx gl" H -ua er- we I '9 c - J - Cv Rl ii SECOND GRADE - Mrs. J. C. Brady, Teacher FIRST and SECOND GRADE - Mrs. R. E. Means, Teacher FIRST GRADE - Miss Daisy Richardson, Teacher 33 'ix va Fin i I Avila-vu I f E ."' ,Q 5' V' r-.fl - A ' "' ' L. P ,."l'fQgA ' ,, - .f - f - V ' uf-, . . Ibelieve I'll pass Pat - Just Stuffin' - If 5x f 10 - Who told you that? - A day at college - Waiting for the old bus - That friendly feeling - Just before the game - Between the classes - An accomplishment. 34 f q--c Sparta anal afilzfet S tt. I A fi- Al Mr. Hinshaw, Miss Swaim, Mr. Holt ur G-Ceacferd in portd To our coaches, Mr. Hinshaw, Miss'Swaim, Mr. Holt, who have stood by us through victories and defeats, we wish to express our sincere gratitude for the useful help and encouragement they have given us. 36 pg MP1, J f 1 11'A' , L r ' , 'V' Y Lambert, Chief, Slawter, Noah, Garrett, Arrington, Blackard c'1,ee,- reader, ey .feel ua to icfory hu 37 ' girfd , Badkeibau First row: Shoe, O'Briant, Staley, B. May, Hemphill, Wilson. Second row: Farmer, R. May, Linville, Moore, Smith, Jenkins. Coach: Mr. Holt Asst. Coach: Miss Swaim The Greene Lassies have been very successful this year, holding the lead in the county tournament for several weeks. Then with two losses, continued to be one of the strongest teams in the conference. Our highest scorers are Jenkins with 237 points and B. May with 172. The guards have also been doing some good work and are considered among the best. I In the practice game with Allen Jay, the Greene girls were downed, 41-30, with B. May outscoring Jenkins. To Mr. Holt and Miss Swaim we wish to extend our humble thanks for helping us to be what we are. Schedule N. G. . . . . 35 Monticello ..... . . 28 N. G. . . . . 33 McLeansvi1le. . . . . 23 N. G. . . . . 37 Bessemer .... . . 33 N.G. .. ..36 Rankin... ..12 N. G. . . . . 39 Alamance ..... . . 34 N. G. . . . . 51 Gibsonville .... . . 46 N. G. . . . . 28 Pleasant Garden. . . 13 N. G. . . . . 40 Monticello ..... . . 32 N. G. . . . . 28 Rankin ....... . . 21 N. G. . . . . 28 McLeansvi11e. . . . . 29 N. G. . . . . 36 Bessemer .... . . 38 N. G. . . . . 35 Alamance .... . . 33 N. G. . . . . 34 Gibsonville . . . . . 29 flncomplete schedulel 38 5054 ' lgadketball rx' if "'Pst,. W, , NG' ,NG fx First row: R. Garrett, Frazier, Lyerly, Flinchum, Shaw, Shoffner. Second row: Wilson, Wright, W. Garrett, Levens, Brown, Bowman, Arrington, L. Brown. Captain: Mark Lyerly Coach: Mr. Hinshaw The boys, so far have had a pretty good season this year, but have lost some heartbreakers. W. Garrett is the highest scorer with 189 points. Lyerly with 107, Frazier with 64, Shoffner 63, R. Garrett 48, and L. Brown with 38. We have enjoyed playing every game and we wish to extend our thanks to Mr. Hinshaw for helping us and for the helpful advice he gave. Schedule N. G. . . . . 25 Monticello. . . . . 37 N. G. . . . . 23 McLeansvi1le . . . . 13 N.G. . ...46 Bessemer.......48 N. G. . . . . 38 Gibsonville . . . . . . 33 N. G. . . . . 36 Pleasant Garden . . 49 N. G. . . . . 48 Monticello. . . . . . . 45 N. G. . . . . 47 Rankin ..... . . . . 38 N. G. . . . . 31 McLeansvi1le. . . . . 32 N. G. . . . . 54 Bessemer. . . . . 47 N. G. -. . . . 38 Alamance . . . . . 63 N. G. . . . . 39 Gibsonville . . . . 32 N. G. . . . . 38 Allen Jay . . . . 54 Cschedule incompletej 39 Ready for a victory - Adding another point - Daily practice - Give me the ball - See you at the game - Don't dare invade. 40 Steady aim - No you don't! - Make it good - Let's get the tip - Ready for action - An extra point counts. 41 Kaaeball i ,, , A ,-'H' ww-sg 1 if ' ' - I i -xl '-K' . neun ur ' 4 fu. , .. ,kv V s-ff - i, L, ti A f N 1 4? First row: Hyatt, Frazier, Wilson, Clapp, G. Hemphill. Second row: Garrett, Staley, Glasgow, W. T. Hemphill, Lyerly, Garrett. Coach: Mr. Hinshaw. fad! Before Ice fig game tx."'......,, 6. 'fr' L . ,- la we sf , r ' qw . 1 "' 'QV A ' ,' , y ...W .I .. ,Qing-rig ,., . , , 1... -M ' it i V- . el e Q- wg ' --'ww . , , , . V , - ' Y if x E , -' . f " T 'pk U? 4 .5 L' 1. th! 6 sw, V . ' A, ,rx-.- 5 1 ' ' A ,Mfg ' f : , , -MW' K Q' " X A Nw, A 4424 ' s , ' G -5 xv" "f , , i ' E7 f 3 - . 1 z -.tg l B 1 ' X-L ' L '51-5 nh Put it here! That's itl. - Just before the game - Here it comes! Watch out center fielder 42 ES. ew 1 f 4' 1 f x spmzaazz First row: Smith, Staley, R. May, P. Garrett, Linville, B. May, Clapp, Lambert, Coble, M. Bowman, Y. Bowman, Simpson, Arrington, Greeson, and Black. Second row: B. O'Briant, A. Black, Coble, Slawter, H. O'Briant, A. Staley, P. Staley, Moser, Hemphill, Barker, Farmer, Noah, Sullivan, Brown, Shoffner, Neese, Blackard, Moore, and Wilson. Under the coaching of Miss Greene, and her assistants from Womans College, and Mr. Holt, we have succeeded in learning how to play speedball. For three years we have been playing, and have been very successful. This year, under the direction of Miss McAdams and Miss Wagoner, we played Pleasant Garden two games and won both games. 43 47 f- e W3 . , Tw, - A - -.F , Vg, 5, ,gxwrl gig- ,pfgifgmwyiw -1 QQJQ.: .x ' ' p 4. , . ,,,. it ilmedh., We'11 win that GAME! - My, this floor is hard - It is not a ringer - Working out the soreness - Ready for action - Hope I hit - Just try to go through. 44 Cfubd anal alcfiuitiea F s 3 S 1 - i A I H+, .' Betty May feelle Harold Flinchum . . . Mary Hemphill . . Patsy Staley . . . Edward Reitzel . . Doris Moore .... Nancy Lambert Gene Shoffner . . Gene Frazier . . . Johnnie Greeson . . . Donnie Shoe Jaynee Greeson . . . G ? , ML.. , Y 5,-+m,,A i ' Mark Lyerly Editors ,fe af Staff Associateeditor . . . . . . . Business manager . . . . Sports editor Arteditor Snapshoteditor . . .Assistant business managers . . . . . . Assistant sports editor . . . . . . . Circulation manager ..........Typists Mr. F. R. Garrett ........... . . Adviser ' 1 e0KE24l"?3 46 reene erafcf Staff Editor-in-chief ....... ......... . . . Doris Arrington Associate Editor News Editor . . . Society Editor . Art Editors . . Typist ....... Business Managers . . . . Reporters . . Nancy Lambert Maggie Arnick Mary Hemphill . . . Betty May Edward Rietzel . Donnie Shoe Jaynee Greeson . Doris Moore Dot Dalrymple Hazel O'Briant Gene Frazier Jgefa The Beta club was started three years ago, and we hope it will continue. The National Beta Club is a leadership service organization for high school students. Its purpose is to stimulate effort, reward achievement and to encourage and assist its members to continue their education after high school. The qualifications for an individual to become a member are based on: Cal good mentality and character, Cbj creditable achievement, and Ccl commendable attitude. Prospective mem- bers must be approved of by the principal. The grade average is determined by the principal also. The student must average 85 or above to become a member. Our Beta Club has planned to furnish a room with first-aid supplies, we are also planning to appoint a committee to inspect the high school rooms. When you join the Beta Club the membership fee is 53.00. Some of the membership credentials are: C15 certificate of membership, C25 membership card, C31 an official emblem, C45 individual subscription to monthly copies of the Beta Club Journal while in high school, C55 program material for meetings, C69 miscellaneous supplies Cstickers, etc.J, C71 the right to attend regional and State conventions, C85 a gold seal of honor for high school diploma, C93 college guidance information, if requested, C101 the opportunity of college assistance through the Beta education fund. The colors of the Beta Club are Old Gold and Black. These colors are carried out through all of the material. The motto of the Beta Club is "Ducamus Allis serviendo" or "Let us lead by serving others." .usllwmxssliasm mul sfffls. fiiiff is 'llfill lllflildlllillillli ill ixxtaxllqtxglll .flilliill fl uw We Emllisliltlfist Mm nfl qw- 48 3 4 3' 'A G fi L gufure armerd of almerica Gene Shoffner ............... President Wade Garrett . . .... Vice President Bill Clapp ..... . . .Secretary-Treasurer Harold Flinchum . . ........ Reporter Bobby Glasgow MOTTO Learning to do Doing to Learn Earning to live Living to serve. QQ? ax 951104, 0 Q 'P 3- D B , , x or H .1rf"" ef -w e L ' em -X Ag Jn., nr c 91 ' L 105 6 43,5 5 49 .fuudic Stucfentd Mr. Robert Merrill . . . . . Instructor First row: Nancy Hemphill, Barbara Ann Clapp, Judy Smith, Ronald Clapp, Patricia Flinchum, Joan Coble, Patsy Routh, Bill Hill, Ruth Jones. Second row: Paulette Phillips, Doris Humble, Louise Stafford, J. T. Jobe, Ruth Jenkins, Donnie Levens, Lucy Ann Brown, Alice Lou Hudson, Doris Arrington, Jaynee Greeson. Third row: Jenny Staley, Shirley Ann Hill, Carolyn Slawter, Shirley Ruth Kimery, Barbara Shaw, Bonnie Hicks, Jean Carol Flinchum, Rachel Neese, and Alice Staley. 50 girl :Saou ld fg 0 'E 'L " wtf' ffl' in It ,AH f m hxqnnlwwuwqf Aqgwxy itunes X WM ' .-'mf' ,,, ff Leader . . . . . .Mrs. Russell Bowman Secretary . . ...... Peggy Garrett First row: Elizabeth Ann Bowman, Bonalean Hicks, Martha Lou Bowman, Peggy Garrett Jean Carol Flinchum, Lucy Brown. Second row: Alma Lou Fogleman, Betty Shoffner, Betty Tate, Rosalie Staley, Joanne Coble Louise Garrett, Carolyn Holt. Third row: Paulette Phillips, Hilda Amick, Yvonne Sawyer, Rachel Neese, Edna Dalrymple Jean Richardson, Louise Stafford. 51 ' i ...----'- .1-1-tl i 'X -2 ,' we gm., M. ,l ' -'24,-nf 1,-2 Bud ,Driven Gene Frazier Edward Reitzel Billy Staley Gene Shoffner Ralph Wilson Lauren Brown DIETITIDNS Mrs. R. W. Utley Mrs. Carl Clapp Mrs. Henry Bowman paul B' rnr,Q fflw' lvl' BVIFI l f M' ,I K Q B If . M I I 14.4. N K WZ U sir' L fr' 1 1 Cxafeieria Sta!! B 52 ' 'jqv,u,v,q1151m4fa. 1 gum . Nwzl : 1 - , oy cou id First row: Weldon Greeson, Robert Smith, Bill Sizemore, Billy Clontz, Robert Bowman, Glenn Shaw. Second row: Don Reece, Charles Holt, Dale Shoffner, Mack Linens, Scottie Berry, Glenn Campbell, Dan Garrett. Third row: Edward Clapp, Jack Welch, Jimmy Shoffner, Bud Linens, Eugene Staley, Gene Shoffner. Patrol: Wolf, Tiger Patrol Leaders: Wolf, Gene Shoffnerg Tiger, Jack Welch Assistant Patrol Leaders: Wolf, Henry Hemphill, Tiger, Dan Garrett 53 414 Motto: To make the best better. OFFICERS President ..... . . . Carolyn Slawter Vice-President . . .... Hilda Greeson Secretary .... . . . Melrose Arrington Reporter . . . . Jean Carol Flinchum Songleader . . . . . Shirley Ann Hill O -J-A i -iv-W M - I , d - ffl I I .1 511. f .-,-,-va.. ,QQ A 54 THE JUNIOR SENIOR BANQUET 'IND 99 THE JUNIOR PLAY CAST 55 1,901 XTXQX. Learning by doin - Painting glassware - Find it out yourself - The shop is a busy place The old home room - Try again until it fits. 56 2 Q 5 WL 1? gl H ,.,A.1 i '-' sf V if'?q'i 1 'I Pg . ' ,:,V ' li 1 Who drove up in that old Ford? - O, the bell has rung - Who will use the oars - I'm not talking - Junior planning - A nice trip - They paid to see us - Often seen together - After a dip - Gossip - He gathers our rubbish - Ease that hunger - Ladies in waiting. '57 3,3 gi 'I"IQQ 1 ff' 5 N' N ' 3 is 5 wi "'fE ,,N N L2 -.,4-1259 if f vnu 4.-sag. -..-.-:Q--hi Looking forward to graduation - We had a wonderful time - just waiting - How do you do that? Shall we work 'em hard? - Meditation - Ready for action - Who's the driver? Dramatists - Here it comes - Three is a crowd - You guess - Do you remember? Lone- some? You Know not! 58 Claus Prophecy Good evening ladies and gentlemen! This is station N.G.H.S. broadcasting from the auditorium of Nathanael Greene High School. We are gathered here on this day of January 23, 1950 to look into the future ten years. In other words, we are going to prophesy the works of every senior of 1950 ten years from now. 1960 here we come! We see Maggielene Amick as a happily married woman. Jim Bouldin made the plans for their home in Ramseur and it was completed the winter of 1950. Hazel O'Briant and Robert Poe are living only two blocks away from them. Ethel Garrett is filing insurance at Jefferson Standard Life Insurance in Greensboro. Donnie Shoe is also working in Greensboro. She is head operator of day duty at Bell Tele- phone System. She and Ethel have an apartment together. Doris Moore and Mary Dot Dalrymple, after completing their business courses at Bur- lington Business College, were married in double ceremony. Dot married her boss man. And listen to this, Patsy Staley has a 1960 Oldsmobile and is having a beautiful home erect- ed on the Greensboro High Point Road. Nellie Sullivan is a doctor's assistant at Bowman Grey Hospital. Lorena Levens made that great upward step. She is now teaching piano at Guilford County consolidated schools. Gene Frazier is part owner of Burlington Mills, Inc. where he is textile engineer. He has come a long way since graduation from High School. Leona Coble is working hard in her own tailor shop located in Cobleville, five miles north of Julian. Audry May has moved the store up to Welker's Crossroads, on the Kimesville-Greens- boro road, where it has become a self-service grocery, a great need of the community. Edward Reitzel had his first art exhibition last October, 1959. It was a great success. He and Bill Clapp are seeing a lot of each other in Chicago where Bill is playing center field for the Chicago Redwings. Nancy Lambert is now one of the top-notch night-club singers in America. Crowds at the Astor Roof, where she is now playing, are breaking all records. We hear that the movies are making a bid for Nancy's talent - both as singer and actress. Nancy has realized her high school ambition in terrific fashion. Jaynee Greeson and Charles Brown are a happily married couple now. They have their own beautiful home, two little boys, and a flower shop, where Jaynee is now the secretary. Talking about marriage, Doris Arrington and Tommy York were married in 1952 and are living near Liberty. They have a little girl with long natural curls just like her mama's. Roy Garrett has his own shoe store in Julian and Ernest Smith is running Smith's Dairy in Kimesville. Mark Lyerly is coaching basketball at Lenior Rhyne College. Clarise Jenkins, our high scorer of 48-49, 49-50, is also in the basketball field. She is coaching basketball at Liberty High School. Johnnie Lee Greeson is still around having a good time. She is chairman of enter- tainment at the Greene Township Community Center. They tell me she has some swell square dances held there. I musn't forget Gene Shoffner and Harold Flinchum by all means. They were two great jokes. So full of life. Harold is out West tending his oil wells and Cyou guessed it! making lots of money. Gene is president of Kimesville Ford Motor Company and he ovms half of Kimesville Lake. That certainly is a nice place of entertainment. People from all over the county come there in the summer. Betty May and Annie Ruth Linville are nursing at LaGuardia Field Air Base Hospital. And believe me they are really working hard. Betty didn't even get to go home for Christ- mas. Mary Hemphill is writing magazine articles for "Better Homes and Gardens" and "Ladies Home Journal". She also has a column in the "Julian Times". Yes, Mary is married and very happy, too. And now our time is about up. These prophecies may or may not come true, but if they should or the majority of them should, no graduating class would ever be more pleased than we ourselves. But, we don't all expect to reach the highest goal. Here is to us "the best of luck". Nancy Lee Lambert Class Prophet 59 adt if! anal Zed tamenf We, the Senior Class of 1950, of Nathanael Greene I-ugh School, having reached the end of our High School days, being sound of mind and body, do hereby declare this our Last Will and Testament. ARTIC LE I We leave with our parents our gratefulness and sincere appreciation for their ecnourage- ment and faith in our ability to finish the task they started us in. We now feel that it is a job well done, thanks to them. ARTICLE II To our faculty - for the ever patient and understanding teachers of the primary and grammar grades, who spent many trying times with us, we have a deep gratuitous feeling of a foundation well laid. To Miss Swaim we leave our new and hardly soiled literature books with the disappoint- ment that we didn't learn to love "MacBeth" as she does. With Mr. Garrett we leave our ragged and completed chemistry books and the desperate pleading that no one else shall have "The Burden" to carry. To Mr. Holt, "Bless his poor heart", we leave all the remaining high school to keep him in good humor. With the teachings of Mr. and Mrs. Redmon we leave the assurance that we will all make good housewives and farmers. To Mr. Hinshaw we leave our regrets that we did not always adhere to his sound advice. But, Mr. Hinshaw, "Hope springs eternal within the human breast," and perhaps in later life your advice will see us through. ARTICLE III Our friends and supporters of the school, although there were times that we feared you were letting us down you never did, we bestowe upon you the best of wishes and thanks for your assistance in financial and moral support. ARTICLE IV We leave our gratitude to Charlie Comer for keeping our school clean and warm. Through sunshine, rain, sleet, and snow --- he's on the job. ARTICLE V Twenty-seven contented yet heavy hearts, beating faster as each minute nears the last to be spent in our dear school, leave it with the desire that it will be bettered each year. 60 fad! will and Zedtamenl ARTICLE VI Doris and Maggie will their amazing ability to wrap a man around their finger to Carolyn Slawte r . fun Clarsie and Annie Ruth leave their outstanding ability to play basketball to Patricia Staley. Edward leaves his excellent drawing talent with Wade Garrett. Lorena leaves her desk to her brother, David. Doris wills her heighth and neat bangs to Dotty Blackard. Roy wills his ".Titterbuggin" feet to Ralph Wilson and his morning smoke to Bill Staley. Johnnie wills her small figure to Betty Jo Brower. Mary wills her long black hair to Mary Lee Moore. Patsy bestowes her mischevious behavior upon Pearl Coble and hopes she has as much in school as she did. Jaynee hopes that Sara Ruth Noah will use the frank sincereness on all styles, make- up and etc. that she leaves her. Gene and Harold wonder if there are any two junior boys who can take over their many pranks, jokes, horse laughs, and "he-mannish" nature of good humor. and and Ethel leaves her ever-lasting patience with Gene and Harold to Modine Greeson. Mary Dot wills her ability to do algebra to Delano Lambert. Nellie leaves her french and chemistry books to anyone who is lucky enough to get them make good of them. Ernest leaves his love for farmall tractors to Odell Hyatt. Audry wills her glasses to Annie Lee Clapp, so that she may see through French. Leona wills her quiet timid ways to Billie Sullivan. Hazel wills her basketball suit to Joan Coble and hopes she can fill it as she did. Nancy leaves her desk to anyone who will promise not to erase anything written on it, her cheer leader skirt to Delano Lambert. Mark leaves his calm personality on the basketball court to Bill Shaw. Betty leaves her cooperative school spirit with all the juniors and hopes they will take advantage of it. Bill leaves his winning personality to Connie Woodard. Gene Frazier wills his ability for filibustering to any of next year's geometry students. Donnie leaves her appreciation with her classmates, schoolmates, and the members of the faculty for encouraging her to complete her high school course. end To the Juniors, we Seniors, wish to leave any boxes of cards we might have left at the of the year and hope they have luck enough to sell them - plus the ability to publish an annual. Donnie Shoe Te stator 61 I I Nqr' pr.: ' 'wav -VY. N ' as 5 A bb ' N 3- V' - . ' '.f ,i I .L s , . Q Q , Qg, , ,li -52, , xx ,A W . Gygax Q- - W f wwf. 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