Needham Broughton High School - Latipac Yearbook (Raleigh, NC)

 - Class of 1932

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JIJNNEILIQIIN ...,..,,,. MISS COIIINNA MIIKII ..,.... Four Assistant Superintendent .................................P1'incipal .......Busfiness Manager ......Student Adviser I, YN A xx X Qlx T"- . I 1 I I v I dx' I . . 1. x II all .- ,d I .W iff iS. Iy! I3 . +1 tai? -sigh! QI' ,J .Il -. fy , H . y i -g' Q 5 X , 3' I 1 0 4 , wr 1 X.. , NRM 2 4 ww . 4 .. ,4.,-- ff :" 3 W.. ., -gif . . .H fl- ' V J- I ,KW VV F R rri sfvgf V ,V 1, r ,Je ,,,, 1,4 55 V wb ,J . wp 12 if A' . XXX' X fy jx , V im X, 'Q I M I , ,VIII , if :A . V! .,, Ji X A i V 9 -. yu if 9 ff- E fp E Q9 A .fs ' f ,P !"4MfJl fa, V 5 . . 1.1 . A 2 pf' i i l X K Iv ww fl " 'YA Vw i -. .... .1 sf ,- f .. ., fl, . . . . :,. . - , ,. . , Y -. , . gy WW. , 1 vf v . -. ., -. ' . - .- X k""' f. A.. ,. A W K fx , , ' Z 1' .. ,e.."'ff7'f ' " :if'4".,:-gl, 4 11 W A i' 4' : -M if f . H 1' Q 2- 21 f 9 .. ' K vo' ,.,,.. . .ara 5. 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Spurlock, Mr. John Taylor, Miss Elizabeth Thomas, Mrs. Edna Metz YVells, Mrs. Ellen XVinston, Mrs. Olive P. YVorth, Mrs.3N. L. YValker. ,pl .'.,",f -" rf Fw 6 Q , . .Al Six 11-Hp Zlnnual HEN my school days are o'er And my classmates I must leave, I shall miss the happy days ot' yore, But to one thing I shall vleave, My Annual. For weeks and weeks fond memories last, But when my comrades are hard to linml And the beautiful memories are past One thing surely of them will remind, My Annual. I can see it now, forty years ahead, The cover is torn and bare: But the prized signatures can still be read, And sweet thoughts linger there, My Annual. Sometimes when I am tired and weary I'1l take it by my side. Then everything becomes bright and cheery And nry heart fills with pride, My Annual. JAMES RENN, '32 II? YI fl iffy K ll' f N WW , 7, f ,fig 4' ff H J ' , ,vfhhu ,H '71 11,71 50 I. 1 N, V c A .IQ KCI ' WWW' 2W,f 'MII 1815585 .5 'v,, - - A - . 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Cn., Gloss Col,oRs: Grwn und While xss Mo'i"1'o: ltDIlL'l'l'l'-' ,,....,,....Prexident ....,Vice ,President .........vSecretary .....,.Tr0aa4-urer . .... .Azlriser beninr lass 39112111 As we luuucln-d on the great sl-11 of life And hit the roi-ks of love und of strife, A5 we have rezu-lied this port at last We must look to the future :mil not to Standing at the helm to guido the way And to see us safely througll evvry dany XY:1s our captain, the chosen one Whose 118.1116 Was Eliszllwlll Dalvidson. Slauifling behind to take her place, If shi- should fail in any case, To help us in any wuy she could XV:1s thi' Capable Muriel Blackwood. E19 ht the past. Down in the hold the treasure was stored, And, "Boy," right up that treasure soared, Verliaps hy the omens of the fates, But more to the efforts of Charlie Cam-5. Anotlwr job that was well done, too- '1'o record the meetimrs and what we do, To tell of the tim-vs we iilll,LffilQd :md played, Befell the lot of Elizabeth lVade. The rest of us were only the crew Hut. think we didn't have work to do! We haul to work and try to pass To make this "good 'ole Senior Class." I-ZDNA L1-:E lfmanui, 1511. ELIZABE-TH GERTRUDE ARNOLD I l6LiZ!9 Home Economics -Club 4 HELFIN- -lvllxu Asnwonru Student Council 1-2 Girls Literary .Society 2 Science Club 1- 'f , Home Economics'Clu'b 1-2 W'1i.1..1.x3i ALLEN B.-ucwlc-K "Snooks" "Bill" Orchestra 1-2-3-4 Im HAssm,I. BAn.r:v Girl Reserves 1-2-3 Girls Literary Society 3 Girls Glee Club 4 Girls Athletic Association 3 NVILLIAM BARi:Foo'r u Bill!! Football 3-4 Hi-Y 4 M.um.x1cEr L. Bum, Girl Reserves 1-3-4 Girls Athletic Association 3-4 Exerion Literary Society 3-4 V, Niue K J Finmcls Hucm' Bl-IDDOES "Fritz" Boxing 2-3-4 Hi-Y 4 Monogram Club 4 FRANCES BLAKELY Typing Team 3 Shorthand Contest 3 JOHN BING uBingn Science Club 3-4 Ji-:Aix SARAH BOSHART Science Club 3 Glee Club 2-3-4 Orchestra 1-2-3 Home Economics Club 4 Girls Athletic Association 3 Senior Dramatic Club 4 Senior Play 4 U. Br:xToN BLALm-K. Jn. "Ben" Hi-Y Club 3-4 Josephus Daniels Literary Societ Orchestra 4 MARIA El.lZABl'l'l'll BRYAN "Lib" Girl Reserves 1-2-3 Orchestra 1-2-3 Science Club 4 Exerion Literary Society 2 Home Economics Club 3-4 Girls Athletic Association 3 Ll Q, t Af JUL1.x Co'L,i,1Ns Bmrr 1,,A Girl Reserves 1-2 Soccer Team 1 Science Club 1-2-3 Girls Athletic Association 2-3-4 h Dramatic 'Club 2- Press Reporter 4 3-4 Home Economics Club 4 , KENLON HAIIQRISON Bnocxwnu. A Freshman Class Secretary-Treasurer 1 Band 1-2-3-4 Student Director 3 Glee Club 1-2-3-4, President 4 Orchestra 1-2-3-4 Stage Manager 4 Operetta Cast 1-2-4 Senior Play 4 N,xNur BUNN Girl Reserves 1-2-3-4 Girls Athletic Association 2-3-4 Captain Basketball Team 2-3 Dramatic Club 3-4 Science Club 3-4 Glee Club 3-4 All-Tlllili W1:Li.1A1u Bimwx uArtn Assistant Business Manager LATII-.xc 3 Business Manager LATIPAC 4 Science Club 3-4, Sergeant-at-Arms 3 Vice President 3, President 4 Manager School Store 3, Asst. Mgr. 4 Josephus Daniels Literary Society 2-3-4 Vice President 3 Student Council 3-4 Junior Class Representative 3 Glee Club 2-3-4, Vice President 3 Senior Dramatic -Club 3 Hi-Y 4 MURIEQL INEiz Blnxcicwoon Vice President Junior Class 3 lVIarshal 3 Typing Team 3 Athletic Association 3 Vice President Senior Class 4 Chairman Social Committee Student Coun- If cil 4 Home Economics Club 4 MICOU Blcowxic Student Council Lawyers Club 1 Literary Society Football Team 4 Basketball Team Hi-Y 2-3-4 ucouu 1 2-3-4 4 -lv VC' 0 -vs ' cg':fZfxT"1S D ' ,Qrj La V ,ts A"' Tl I fawtfll JfgOV,"z!4 - H 0' ,J , fhwwam' Z9-4.4 4 ,LW W A We f Wigs? lj if v J' "Iwi Q LIZ Eleven I ' 4 40' WN Twelve Viicoix i A Mooiuu x BRIDGER "Linia" CHARLIE HUG II CA'rEs Boy Scouts 1-2 Science -Club 1-2 Student Council 4 Football 2-3 'Freasurer Senior Class 4 Josephus Daniels Literary Society Assistant Manager Store 3, Manag J .xxx ELI zAm:'rn Cyrus "Janie" Girl Reserves 1-2 Latin Club 3-4, Secretary 4 Exerion Literary Society 2-3-4 Vice President 3, President 4 Science Club 2-3-4 - Girls Athletic Association 3 Txioisms HENRY COLE JAN ii: LOU ISE Cox Girl Reserves 1-2-3-4, President 2 Vice President 4 Latin Club 3-4, Treasurer 3-4 Literary Society 3-4 Science Clufb 2-3, Treasurer 3 Athletic Association 3 Atificizn BRYAN COMES Latin -Club 3 Science Club 2-3 -1 el' 4 VIRGINIA CROCKIER "Shorty" Dramatic Club 1-2-3 Girl Reserves 1-2 Girls Athletic Association Ii-4 Treasurer 4 Basketball 2 Tumbling Team 1-2 DANIEL MOIRRIISON CAMPBELL Hi-Y 3-4 E Ll s.xIsErrH DAVIDSON "Lib" Vice President of Freshman Class 1 President of Sophomore Class 2 Exerion Literary Society 2 Girls Athletic Association 2 Girl Reserves 1-2-3-4 Student Council Representative 3 Assistant Business Manager of L.x1l1-rw 3 Treasurer Student Council 4 ' Dramatic -Club 4 X - President Senior Class 4 QWYATQJ' - y... W7 - 5 Roman DANII.I,sos My, fl Student Council 1-2-3,4 2-,W I Sergeant-at-Arms 4 fl Boys Glee Club 1-2-3-4 Secretary and Treasurer 4 Josephus Daniels Literary Society 214 MARX DMI, Dixox Girls Athletic Association 3-4 Girl Reserves 1-2 Secretary Junior Girl Reserves 2 Science Club 1 Student Council 1 Orchestra 1-2 Guolccic BYNUM DOBl!lNS Science Club 4 rf f., ld-EH . . v X VJ u if Thirteen J . fx J Aj ju V l R ' , ,f 5 41 L-,ILXL ,NJ 1 1 if Lzejffisflf-K? ' w Vex!!-' ' x 4 l f l A 1. I is Fourteen, n .,,. U4 N- 'l 1 X .. in in ' X all J r , -1 1 I1 U11 Q lvl A sy :V ,H I G-'T Ill V f -ak '46 jj I I 556 'A lf, . , i X V R W 'v all 31 W1l.'r..uui H0l.lJEX DARST, Jn. if . f ' "Billy" gt X. Hand 3-4 Glee Club Sl-4 2 - l Science Club 3-4 - Latin Club 4 ' , A . 5 5 SUSAN ALICE DUNHAM Q , . , 2 i 'Sue' "5 Athletic Association 3 Home Economics Club 4 J.u'K Dt'NAw.xx' "Deadhead" Student Council 1 Nlouogram Club 2-4 Boxing Team 2-3-4. Captain 4 Baseball Manager 2 Hi-Y 4 Baud and Orchestra 1-2-3 -l 'J ,F il FRANU-:s DI,'TRli'l'IX' E xi lm cz yy 'll M I' If Tea Scienee-7Club -2 Girl Reserve 2-3 Giflkt A'th1etic Association I-3 ' irlsflgterary Society 4 filoxnle Economics Club 4 '- it ., . Hl'IlCl!lCli'l' Frsui-21: . Lewis Literary Society 1 l 'X' Josephus Daniels Literary Society 2-3-4 'H Student Council 2 - 1 1 Axxu: Fu.xxt'r:s FAICTIIING Q ti "Frankie" Girl Reserves 1-2-3-4 I Latin 'Club 3-4 Exerion Literary Society 2-3-4 Science Club 2-3 Girls Athletic Association 3 Home Room Representative 3 3 Corresponding Secretary Girl Reserves 4 1 i ' - as ., I .'.JL..l M.aRlGARE'1' Fmcu Home Room Representative 1-2 Class Treasurer 1-2-3 Science -Club 1-2 Athletic Association 3-4 Recording Secretary 3 Home Economics Club 3-4 Secretary-Treasurer 3, President 4 I Hl'1NllERSON FRANKLIN FULG HUM usleepyu WAKLTER N. 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I V11 kr ' J , M H f' 'jf exif- 5' ff WW if .- ' 2-tf ff! ff - gf rx ,- JW Aff I Fifteen ELEANOR GREEN Home Economics Club 2-3-4 President 3 Girls Athletic Association 2-3 XVILLIARI B. HEYw.u:n "Bill" Glee Club 4 Boy Scouts 1-2 President Latin Club 4 Hi-Y 3-4 Dramatic Club 4 Band 1-2 Orchestra 1-2 Senior Play 4 Baseball 3 Class Prophet 4 LEo1,,x Brgnmg HAx:u'oon nLe0v1 Literary Society 3-4 Home Economics Club 4 Girls Athletic Association 3 Nou M AN HAICKS "P1'une" Stuxlent Council 1-2 Dramatic Club 1-2 Literary Society 2 School Reporter 3-4 Reporter-in-Chief 4 Annual Staff 4 Lois ES'rE1.i.1-1 Hlxsox "Looie BIooie" Home Economics Club 4 Secretary Home Economics Club 4 Exn-: LEE FI.OllA H.XlllPlL "Scotty" Home Economics Club 4 Girls Athletic Association 23 f 'PXK fyf - if V A r pf. "f" 1 J, 'TX JJ cdrvli-DU-,fart - -ff 9 1 "' . C9 N 'K '- JO' ,,i'7f' LILIAN FRANCES HAYMORE Maxton High 1-2-3 Vice President Sophomore 'Class 2 Senior Dramatic Club 4 Girls Athletic Association 4 President Group 3'-4 Basketball 2-3 MAR1oN J ONAH HARMON Basketball 1-2-3-4 Captain 3 ANN HODGES Glee Club Literary Society Girls Athletic Association STUART Boron HoLoMAN CIHOIH Science Club 2-3-4, Critic 3 Josephus Daniels Literary Society 4 Band 3 Orchestra 3 HEILELN LEoNouA Houwmic "Hennie" First Aid Club 2 Ro-BERT COOKEI How1soN, J ic. KKB0bl! Student Council 1 Josephus Daniels Literary Society 3-4 President 4 Latin -Club 3 Law Club 1 Boy Scouts 1-2 K-,L f 'I'-3 ,,J - ' aff-4-45 -,- K f 3- 7 5 mdlgj ,f.,f'ff N- rj ff ,.,g,,slJfe. - ,ggceg -92'-'Q i,4' ' if " fi J ' '--i I , Seventeen V 1 f LAK ' ' A , XA if ?'-7-C 0 5- ,.., 1 I l , ,ll J 1 I 2- if f if M . J' ll if x l i ,nil 'i ,, tri ,, in J f I HA 'Q A 3 HELEN HANDY Girl Reserves 1 Girls Athletic Association 3 Literary Society 3-4 Dramatic 'Club 4 Home Economics Club 4 J. B. HUNT liT0ad,Y Hi-Y4 bjff0,f,,JZ,v,,,A,,f-X Dramatic Clu 4 i . J ' Boxing Team 4,Lf"f44f"7 1-'7 ""' Glee Club 4 L' ' ' Senior Play 4 . VCV , s- 'Al' 'Aft-f Operetta 4 .M 1 . A' Boy Scouts 1-2-3-4 1' "" Student Council 4 KATHLEEN HUGHES Girl Reserves 2-3 Exerion Literary Society 3 Girls Athletic 'Association 2-3 Latin Club 3 JOHN ARTHUR JOHNSTON "Jonnie" Belhaven Hi-School 1-2-3 Literary Society 3-4 Secretary 1 Vice President 3 Orxs VANCE JONES Advertising Manager LATIPAC 4 Josephus Daniels Literary Society 4 Sergeant-at-Arms Hlfc. II MIILLEII Klli-K PA'1'1zICK Orchestra 1-2 Glee Club 1-2 Hi-Y 1-2-3-4 ,X l Eighteen X, MARY ANNELLE LANDRUM Athletic Club 3 Home Economics Club 4 SAMUEL RICHARVDSON LEIAGER Clsamli Student 'Council 1-2-3-4, Vice President 3 President 4 Josephus Daniels Literary Society 2-3-4 President 3, Secretary 2 Lewis Literary Society 1 Glee Club 2-3-4 Hi-Y 3-4, Secretary 3 Debating Team 3 Senior Play 4 Operetta 3 ELIZABETH LEE Girls Athletic Association 3 Dramatic' Club 4, President 4 JULIAN BURNICE LLOYD "Buster" Stage Committee 3 NANCY EI.IZABE'l"H LEGGETT uBetSyn Home Economics Club 4 Girls Athletic Association 3 Science Club- 3 Glee Club 3 ANNE ROYSTER LAWRENCE "Royster" Glee Club 1-2-3-4 Home Economics Club 3-4 Student Council Representative 2 Dramatic Club 4 Senior Play 4 Science Club 4 . 3 L, by 'sn' ' ""-- , . l !Kf'L"f Q A your-f' , f 1 Y QP JEAN! ,., , L ledjjy Q! J l J x - ,vuff " 'S K 6 A Nineteen I . x .4 1 x I , I Twenty x X V ,ff 3 J vff X 4 X -- X Jf 'V tj -L . . l' , L, f XJ X wif fd L V 'Q' jj l ARMISTHAD Joxas MAUPIN lx- M "Amp" XJ J X l Boy Scouts 1-2-3-4 Xl Football 4 K fi 136. vo- 01-ff-WMJLZ by-1' Latin Club 3-4 Literary Society 3 Home Room Representative 3 Fred Olds Bank Representative 3 Art Club 2, Law Club 1 LUCIE PENDER MCBRYDE nlckeyn Senior Dramatic Club 4 Latin Club 4 Exerion Literary Society 1-2-3 Athletic Association 1-2-3 Josnvu WH1'1'E1n-:sin MOY1-3 6KJOe7! Hi-Y 3-4 Football 4 Boxing 4 WILMA If.-K'1'Hl.l-ZEN Mmrnox UKayH Glee Club 4 Home Economics Club 4 VlliliINl.S MUTANT "Jinks" Girls Athletic Association 3-4 Dramatic Club 3-4 Glee Club 3-4 Girl Reserves 3 Rl'SSPI-l.L C. NIL'Il0I,SON "Nick" Football 3-4 Hi-Y 3-4 Home Economics Club 4 Glee Club 3-4 MAR.JoRm OR'1'oN Glee -Club 1-2-3 Athletic Association 1 Literary Society 3 ADLA1 STEVE-NsoN OLIVER Josephus Daniels Literary Socie President 4 Latin Club 3-4, Vice President 3 Student Council 3-4 Senior Play 4 Science Club 3-4, Critic 3 IDA MYRTIJE PARRISH Girl Reserves 1 Science Club 1 Home Economics Club 3-4 Girls Athletic Association 3-4 HAZEL PIKE ttJan!7 Glee Club 3-4 Home Economics Club 3 ELIZABETH MORING PAGE HFing!! Girl Reserves 2-3 Science 'Club 2-3 Latin Club 3 Exerion Literary Society 3-4 Home Economics Club 3-4 NELLIE PAUL K' "Nelly Bly" Girls Athletic Association 3-4 Secretary 3 Science Club 3 Basketball 2-3-4 'X l X 1 I of LXQLA Q Tuentyone 1 'J Q A L, if-,g.,,x cry V f L - C - L K, -...... P' Q' J, f A uk 1 " N, X XII Ji NX. I J J 4- E 1 w J xy I 5 ff 1511 Q. -if A13 ,Ji Ffa 'J J Q Al J X . IV X is x. V Q t 17 if - ,f Q 5 A-J J I ' full lj " 3 , JI VW ' , I I7 W X-JV, l YA 'Ally-N 3,1 ,- ,1- Doxixum LEE PEEIQY KADOHU Orchestra Pianist Boys Glee Club Pianist SARA PARSONS JOSEPH MARION Pmrnoss uJ'0eu Glee Club 1-2-3 Science Club 1-2 .bv r at A upiggyu X V , in 'f l - v EDNA LEE PEGRAM Latin Club 3-4, Treasurer 3. ." Science Club 2-3 , W, ' 1 I., Girl Reserves 2-3 pd" tiff 9' ff Literary Society 4 gtg! " 3 Press Reporter 4 Girls Athletic Association 3 ' ELIZABETH RICHARDSON PARK CKE!! Girl Reserves 1-2 Music Chairman 2 Dramatic Club 2 Exerion Literary Society 2, Treasure Girls Glee Club 2-3-4, President 4 Student Council Secretary 2 Assistant Editor LATIPAC 3 Editor-in-Chief LATIPAC 4 Girls Athletic Association 3 President 3 Soccer Team 1 JAMES DAVIS RENN "Jimmie" Josephus Daniels Literary Society Vice President 4 Science Club 3-4 Student Council 4 n- Tennis Team 3-4 A N f Latin Club 3-4 I X: ,.,xfe4..f11 Circulation Manager LATIPAC 4 fl! ' 'J , J 1 1 f '- 1 f 1 rf , y . f ' LI gf, Lf'-'Xa Tzrcvzfy-tivo r2 2-3-4 WILLIAM THOMAS RANsoM1-3 HBi11Y! VIRGINIA HEL-EN R1vERs :xMutt9r Girl Reserves 2-3 Latin Club 3-4 Girls Athletic Association 3 Home Economics Club 3-4 Grzonoi-1 RoMUuis Ross Hi-Y 4 Josephus Daniels Literary Society 3-4 Science Club 3-4 REBECCA Rnmtm ' P "Becky" Girls Athletic Association 3-4 Vice President 4 Home Economic Club 1-2-3-4 Girls Basketball Team 2-3 ELEANOR R0BEsoN SEAGLI-3 Girl Reserves 1-2-3 Exerion Literary Society 3 Student -Council Representative 1 Glee Club 3-4, Librarian 4 Home Economics Club 4, Vice President 4 Class Historian 4 EMILY CI:I'1"rE.NnEN SCOTT Girl Reserves 3-4 Latin Club 3 Student Council 3 Exerion Literary Society 3-4 Assistant Advertising Manager LATIPAC 4 Girls Athletic Association 3-4 Dramatic Club 3 :Wim f W ideal? - ,7 9 y,yy fr ' A -Z' I M. Twenty-three , ---4, X r Z' ff' lf J O ,I X faq X A ' ,fpf ' -- .QA-La ,!,,,,V J--2 Twen I y-fn Il 7' Lo'1'TIit P1-LNIQLOPE STEPHENSON Home Economics Club 2-3-4 Science Club 1 Typing Team 3 THOMAS BENTON SMITH nrluornlnyn Glee Club 1-2 Assistant Librarian 2 MARY HELEN STEXVART "Stewart" Glee Club 3-4 Girl Reserves 1-2 Dramatic Club 2-3 Literary Society 3 Girls Athletic Association 3 Treasurer 3 - P1-miur BA1c'roN KEY SCALES "Buck" Hi-Y 3-4, Secretary 4 Boxing Team 2 Baseball Manager 2-3 Glee 'Club 4 - Literary Society 4 Football Squad 4, Basketball Squad Junior Play, Senior Play Operetta 4 Do1:orHY MAE SHIPMAN ..D0t,, Student Council 2-3 Science Club 3-4 Home Economics Club 3 Girls Athletic Association 3 WAL'1'i:1: LE1-1 SPENCER Science Club 2 Football Squad 2 Manager Football 3 Hi-Y 3-4, Vice President 4 Monogram Club 4 4 NANCY ROIiPIIi'l'.X TAY Loi: "Blackie" Home Economics Club 4 Girls Athletic Association 3 Basketball 4 Science Clu'b 3 LEWVIS DIBRELL VVALKER Hi-Y 4 , M A nlGA1:1a.'1' WADUI-3 L L Girl Reserves 1-2-3 Girls Athletic Association 3-4 Exerion Literary Society 3-4 Treasurer 4 Glee Club 4 I'IOVVAR,lJ WHITE UXV0I'll1U Hi-Y 4 Literary Society 3-4 Vice President 3 Boxing Team 3-4 Student Council 3 Glee Club 4 Operetta 4 El.lZABlfl'l'II S'I'ACE'Y VVADIC ..Lib,, Latin 'Club 3 Girls Athletic Association 3 Student Council Representative XA Dovnc. Lian WADE Science Clulb 1-2 Basketball 1-2-3-4 29 i' , 'P' dai-sl Juke-bk 1 4 . 2 K-fcfiffil -k,x.,i LLC, bil 05.574 U-JK-uv-Q 4. 7 ' M VTAVNN IQ, g,,1f-,L4 'Ur sic - x X ' , L-.fL,i.fv- 2-'QW -v - if , s 1 1 , f Twenty-Jive T' 4 JAM!-is CLAY XVILLIAMS l5Mud14 Boys Glee Club 4 Science Club 3 Band 2 Orchestra. 1 RUTH HUMPHREY WII,I.IABIS4DN i4Redvn Home Economics Club 4 Fiuxcis WORT11 "Worth" President Freshman Class Vice President S0phomor'e'Class President Junior, Class Hi-Y 4 Glee Club 4 Literary Society 3-4 Operetta 4 IVIABPYI. Er.IzABE'ru Yom: Glee Club 3-4 Girl Reserves 1-2 Dramatic Club 3 Girls Athletic Association 3 Soccer Team 1 Iiaistnrp of the Qlllass nf 1932 Now harken, readers all, and I will tell the story of a class thou knowest well. Prithee lend thine ears to me, for that same class will soon be leaving thee. N the year of our Lord, 1928, this goodly class entered the Hugh Moi-son High School as freshmen, right modest and bashful. Eorsooth, wc did not long remain bashful, for straightway we began to learn the ways of high school students, and right well did we profit thereby. Anon we did hold a meeting ot' our class and elect for President that valiant knight, Francis VVorth, and for our Vice President we did choose the fair lady, Elisabeth Davidson. ,Now when the time drew nigh for us to begin our Sophomore year it fortuned that a new school, the Needham Broughton High School, had been built in the westerly part of our fair town. Thenceforth we wended our ways thither daily, instead of to Hugh Morson. This year Elisabeth Davidson succeeded Francis Wo1'tl1 as leader of our class, and he in turn became second in command. Wit.hal our 'Sophomore year did pass right speedily, and when the golden month of September came once more, we were Juniors. Thus, when gallant Francis Wo1'tl1 was chosen President again, it fell to his lot to lead us in our task of acquiring moneys for and staging that muchly famed event which cometh every year-the banqueting of the Juniors and Seniors. Anon, when we set our- selves to making chains of the daisy that springetli up in the merry month of May, our thoughts began to travel forward to the time when we, as Seniors, should be honored in like man11er. And lo, the time did come. Albeit because of the slack and unprofitable times our term was shortened to eight months, in truth it was much fuller for our class than any year before. Our bonny Elisabeth Davidson was chosen to lead the class, and in faith right ably did she lead us. Then happed it that a goodly number of events did take place that year, amongst them the Senior Play, the Cabaret Minstrel, the Operetta, and then eftsoons dawned a memorable day, May 6. On this day, having been muchly instructed in the arts and knowledges of this world, we did receive our diplomas and did leave the Needham Broughton High School for the last time, as a class. We, the Class of '32, have striven mightily to live up to our motto "Ducere," to lead, and set a dignified example for the young lads and lassies of the lower classes. And so, gentle reader, as we come to the parting of the ways, with many a sigh and a tear in leaving, we must needs bid thee a sad adieu. EI,EANOR R. SEAuLr:, Class Hrzfsforian. Twenty-seven rupbecp New York, N. Y. May 20, 1955. Hon. Samuel Leager Governor's Mansion Raleigh, N. C. Hello Sam, ol' boy: I see by the papers you're making a swell place out of the old home state. That article you had in the "Boloney,' magazine about prosperity is "just around the corner" is so much bologna, because, Sam, ol' boy, I've found out, after thirty years of searching, that this world hasn't any corners. And say, Sam, I see that the salaries haven't been cut but six per cent this year so I guess you are still getting cigarette money. I went around town and picked out all the busy locations, then rented small spaces for the unemployed to sell apples. My Hrst customers were Joe Moye, Elizabeth Wade, Kenlon Brockwell, Otis Jones, and Walter' Flournoy. They have only been out of work for six years and are selling apples temporarily. Joe Moye couldn't remember the prices so he had to stop selling them. And Sam, I wish you would pass a law to get Harry Beddoes out of School. Miss Hunnion wrote me today and asked me to use my influence in getting Harry out of her class. I went to Mars this morning on business and the rocket service is terrible. It took me four hours to get there and five to return. Muriel Blackwood and Emily Scott were the first persons I saw there. The have opened up a bakery and are killing the 4'Martians" with biscuits. I looked at our earth from up on Mars and there was so much 1'ed tape I thought it was burning up. James Renn is the latest sensation on Mars, all the women are crazy about him. I went to at cabaret last night and saw Don McAfee. He is a gigalo. After the night club, at which Hazel Pike sang us to sleep, I went down to my club to get a bite to eat. The soup was so weak I got homesick for our old cafeteria at school. Twenty-eight And say pal, Arthur Brown and Charlie Cates, Successors to J. Pierpont Morgan of Wall Street, took me to ride for one hundred thousand dollars on consolidated hot air, quoted at one-fourth cent a share. I was prepared though, I had a bushel of apples to sell. This afternoon I dropped by the athletic club and saw Jack Dunaway for il few minutes. His ears are so cauliflowered they look like warts. He was relaxing a few minutes Qand writing poetryj. "Nick" Nicholson is his sparring partner. I went down tow11 to see Al Smith today and he is willing to run, he said. He said light wines and bee-rs were only a few years off, and immediately his nose turned red. I've been Considering running for president myself as they need someone like Calvin Coolidge who doesn't talk much. Armistead Maupin is running a barber shop on 49th Street. He claims he is having a cutting good time. Every night he rents the barber shop to Franc-is Wortli who turns it into a speakeasy and sells the hair tonic as "bottled in bond." Martin Thomas is the clergyman at a little church in Manhattan where he is kept busy tying matrimonial knots between our old school chums. Why only last week he married Elisabeth Davidson and Morrison Campbell. Yesterday Morrison was run out of town for selling Fuller Brushes two for a quarter and "Lib" got mad and married Clay VVilliams. And say, Sam, I just sent my kid to the orphanage and my wife back home to her mother. lf business don't get better I will have to sell my Ford. Give my regards to principal Williaiii Heyward at Broughton High and all the others who can use them. Yours with tears in my eyes, CBeen eating an onionj NoRMAN Hrens. P. S. Mr. Shaw, our former principal, has a position in VVoolworth's as a Yo-Yo salesman, and Eleanor Seagle shot herself when Thomas Cole ditched her for "Blondy" Bunn, a chorus girl i11 Hugh Kirkpatrick's "Scandals of 1955" Twenty-nine last will ann Testament EAR YE! Hear ye! To all whom this may concern. Ye class of '32, of ye City of Raleigh, of ye Broughton High, after four years or more under close supervision in ye aforesaid institution, notwithstanding cafeteria food, semi- annual examinations, and periodic dashes for ye classes, are about to be discharged as being sound of mind and body, and herewith make and execute our last will and testament in ye following manner: ARTICLE I To Mr. Shaw, our beloved and 1'espected principal, we offer whole hearted gratitude in appreciation of interest taken in us not only as a class but as in- dividuals, and his special effort to lend support in all our undertakings. We provide that some of the vast wealth which hath accumulated during our stay be invested in an insurance policy payable to him in case he shouldn't be caught on the steps when the bell in your tower ringeth for ye and of ye fourth period. IIRTICLE II For those teachers of ye weaker sex treferring to mentalityj who have been unsuccessful in securing their ideal man, and have unfortunately had a crimp put in their charms by Father Time himself, we establish with ye bulk of our riches a home for their retirement to be run jointly with ye Dix Hill Institution. IXRTICLE III We leave to ye activity groups the authority to write anonymous letters con- demning ye present financial condition to whoever is the cause. IXRTIFLE IV To ye class of '33, we bequeath the right to occupy ye front seats in ye chapel. Hut this privilege must in no manner disturb those who seem permanently lodged in this locality. Also to ye aforesaid class we leave certain dignified characteristics in carriage and manner which to be effective must be retained under fire of ye most threatening moral lecture or in face of an entirely foreign question on a history final. Further we bequeath certain mental hallucinations, known as Senior privileges, hoping that the participation in these will in no manner hamper their regular curriculum. JXRTICLE V To ye freshman class we leave the unquestionable right to use the wrong set of stairs during lunch periods, that is, if no teacher catches them in the act. AR'r1cI.E VI VVe bequeath to ye sub-freshman the anticipation of the day when ye financial conditions of ye state will permit a nine-nionths school. ,'hR'I'I4'LE VII To those students whose fathers are occupied in ye noble art of tilling ye soil, we leave the expectation of another farm loan which will enable tht-in to purchase Thi1'ty 11ew Ford roadsters. It is very noticeable that our parking spaces are displaying ye rather antiquated models. IARTICLE VIII We offer as a suggestion to ye authorities that the present clock system bf- abolished in favor of a sundial to be erected in ye court and a set of alarm clocks for ye cloudy days. In case Mr. Shaw's secretary has difficulty in finding other ways than the incessant ringing of bells by which to demonstrate her authority, we recommend that she be allowed to call her boss by his first name. IXRTICLE IX We find also that certain individuals of the departing class have collected many valuable gifts which they would like to distribute among ye lower classmen in ye 'following manner : I, Muriel Blackwood, the fairest of the fairer sex, bequeath my title to Mary Poyner. I, Elizabeth Park, bequeath my rush at ye "Agn" dances to Katherine Mason. Employ that entrancing come-hither look on ye stag line, Katerin. To Evelyn Briggs, I, Elisabeth Davidson, will my popularity except with a certain Mr. Campbell. I, Virginia Crocker, leave my powerful physique to Mary Conrad, hoping that some day you will be as strong and robust as Elizabeth Page. To, Katherine M31'tIll, I Emily Scott, leave my quiet repose of manner. I, Jack Dunaway, leave my athletic abilities to George I'oyncr, but not my popularity with the ladies. Ladies? To Robert Ponton, I, Sam Iieager, bequeath my base voice. To Willis Holden, I, Key Scales, leave peculiar technique in shooting goals, or rather at the goal, in basketball. I, Mary Helen Stewart, leave certain spontaneous outbursts of laughter to Eloise Harrington. I, James Benn, bequeath my ability at getting ye straight "Ns" to Jeb Davis tnot that he needs helpj. To, Al Dunaway, I, Lacy Frazier, will my end position. I, Julia Britt, leave my dignity as an example to the lower elassmen. To James Hines, I Arniistead Maupin, leave my ability of making timely wise cracks on class. I, Hugh Miller Kirkpatrick, leave my bashfulness a1'ound members of the op- posite sex to Joe Blankenship. I, Arthur Brown, leave ye business managership of ye animal to "Sticky" Brown. Keep this source of finance in the family as long as possible, "Sticky" To Arch Newbold, I, Howard White-, leave certain chirping sounds coming from the vicinity of ye throat generally believed to be signs of mirth. I, Bill Heyward, leave my testating abilities to whomever it might be wished upon. We name as ye sole executor of this will Leon Trotsky, feeling sure that ye misappropriated sums will go to a good cause. WILLIAM B. IIIILYWARII, Witnesses : Trwfufor. MR. Po'r'rER, Musicianf. Bos JEANETTE, Bootleggcr 44 .., V , gb J P uf . . " ff 1: ag.: .-I ' I S' 7 I f - , X ' .ti ia- f, 0 . wa.. I ... 4,3 g -1 41 4 - ., o A - 'S Thirty-one f T K I yt T " - ' F L IR T5 Masr 9 STYLISH DIGNIFIED N06 7' f10fx fm Q, ' Q f ' "' A 1 6 I 3 f ? I 5 H Mosransufm Boy 5 g A ,I 5 . N057 TALKATIVE . JUAUBIRDS ' Slaxnnr SITPICKI xuu H Thirty-two li 3 , SENIOR SUPERLA'1'1v13s Thirty-three' 0 E, F y ! xx ,ffl 2 N v i 1 Ei gf Z ' 1'-M.. 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'esident MILDRED THRLFT ,.....,... .............,,,.........,,,.,,,,.,,,,,,, .,,, V i ce President C lm' CHESHIRE COX ...... ......,,., S ecretary rv EVEWLYN BRIGGS ...,,... .,...........,... T reasurer x GEORGE ASHBY ............ FRANCES EMANUELH Miss GEORGIA Kimu- George Ashby Howard Abrams Ruth Abernethy XVallace Alford Margaret Aycock Sam Ashe Paisley Brown Helen Bodwell William Bridges Rebecca, Banks Virginia Butler Graham Barnes Porter Barham Thirty-six ATRICK, Mus. L. DrNeAN Cixlzsox ,.... ..... DI?nl'g'ilY'0l'i Brewer Martha Barre-tt Evelyn Briggs Bill Bundy Charles Browning Grace Blackwood XVilliam Betts Ruby Ballard Iiona Bailey Billy Bridgeforth Kenneth Cobb James Coleman Edwin Combs Pauline Carroll Hattie Lou Critcher .lean Cooper Helen Cutting Lois Cain Cheshire Cox Virginia Carpenter Violet Crowder Beth Crabtree Dorothy Champion Mary Elizabeth Conrad Ernest, Crim Jeb Davis Sergeant-at-A rms ...,..YPress Reporter ..,.....,.....Advfise1's Mary Louise Davis Rhea Dana Ed Dickinson John Downing Al Dunaway .lohn Dizor Dorothy Downing Richard Edwal'dS XValdo Ellen Frances Emanuel Rhylma Evans Stewart Easterhy Annie Louise Farris JSM 'Q JV ,f ., f 117' . X J 4 A , IM' ft! I Jr 'j V 'V ' ' . I . ,. I ,,1 Z W' J "ff if WW ,af 1 tear ff' Hoff 217 i- U , .al 1 e' tg. - ffl! .. , ' l fl . , ' K rv P ywflfv' . gy I , '+A 43" f. . , i,,,.-.- . . ,. W l 5' l 1 Q L. 1 . - - - L A . ,I 1 ,X . f i- i it 'r P J ' ' . , f, gi C S 11 G .I i , , . l x f l ,V 57' DQ, 5 'yu if N lxx f , 1 A. 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Holliday Hazel Honveycutt Edwin Heritage Jean Henderson Alma Hicks Franklin Harwood Robin Hood Billy Hinnant Kenneth Hite Grace Houlder Eloise Harrington Edward Hill Billy Hawkins Nancy Hill Mary Hicks XVade Lewis Walter Longmire Arthur Lancaster T. E. Lone: Ethel Lyon Adelle Lassiter Florence Lee Marjorie Lezaette .lolm Lewis Mildred Lassiter Elizabeth McKni Akers Moore Elizabeth Moore Katherine Mason YVade Marr ght W I Katheriie Metcalf W- in , 3 K ' i ix X VX! it at GH? i 'XBJJXX fx A. , ii X f . YJ KJ 9 .UNSW Virginia Phelps James Pearce Guy Presnell Thelma Pearce Harry Porter Mary Louise Park Dorothy Prevost Nancy Pate Mary Poyner Howard Pate Mary Sue Perry Robert Ponton Mary Alice Potter S. G. Riggs Margaret Riddle Nellie Russell l" 1' Ola Stowe Charles Twiddy Willard Thompson Alfred Templeton Mildred Thrift Opal Tucker Mary Elizabeth XVarner James XV1-ight Louise 'iVall Marion YVallace Ruth Wiggs Robert. WVilliams Robert Vilillet Mary Yvilliams Joyce XVade Ruby Watson 'Xl Thrifty-S6'vcn 'XX , . Q 4 4 Inmate No. 1 ..... Illlllllll' No. 2.. Lois llleredithi.. Jack Marshall ...... Evelyn Wiiislowi' Mr. Marshall ,... Penrlie ,.,.,.....,... Pluribus .,,,..... Miss Lave-lle ......l Reggie .....l...... Janet ,......... Margery ....... Beatrice .........,.... Edward Gordon ...... McCafferty ,........ UWHhn'E9uulhnftiBe JUNIOR PLAY Cast Mr. Huggins ...-- M . Mrs. Carson: This essay on "Our Dog" is word for word the same as your sisters. William Thrift: Yes, mam, it's the same dog. Dr. Elmore: How far from the answer to the first question were you? James Wright: About four seats. "Kat" Martin: I'm not going to school any more. Evelyn Briggs: NVhy not? reap" ,......BILLY BANDY .........RHE4A DANA ..,.....FLoR1-:NCE LEE G. Rimes .........MARGARET GVVEN .................GE0RGE ASHBY ....,rXNNA LOUISE FARIRIS LEIVIS .........DRLICILLA Kooiwes .,.....FRANKL1N HARW'OOD .......RfACHEL JoHNsoN ....,,CATHERINE NOELL .......FRANcEs EMANUEL .,....,..HARRX' FALKNER ....,..THoMAs GRAHAM ......,.JOHN Downmu "Kat": I can't learn a thing. The teachers keep changing the lessons every day. 4 Scene in Dr. Elmore's chemistry F class- Elizabeth Wade: Oh, dear, what happened when we heated that mixture of HCL and Na? Wade Lewis: The test tube broke. Bill Bandy fell into a state of coma, but recovered before his friends had buried him. Cheshire Cox tone of his friendslz How does it feel to be dead? Bill: Dead! I wasn't dead, and I knew I wasn't dead, because my feet were cold, and I was hungry. Cheshire: But how did that make you sure? Bill: Well, I knew if I were in heaven I shouldn't be hungry, and if I were in the other place my feet wouldn't be cold. Th irly-eight 1 Svnpbumure N-'Stz1y, lily 111-st sun! yu 111'i' ye-T lllUl'lX 11115' 1112111 111.111, Thfxll GQII1-T11 : 6,111 yr- 110111 llll'yP1 101' 1-111111, M2111 11111 I g1'ow11, ll Ill2lll1S w1n'k IIIIIS1 I 1111. F0110w thx- 111-or? fnllmx' 11119 i'111'1st1, 1111- King, Live pure, speak true-, 1111111 W1-11113, t'n11mv 1111- King -- Else, Wherefore born' ?" "'lYlll'l'f!l 111111 f,'1fnwflf' Th irty-nine X 1 . V . 6 i 95, ,. 5 C R i X J m Q . , I ag.: T. .. . 11- - I 4 i n i r5'f'f"' "'Ji:5ffi' "- . ly, 1 r Jimiics L1'1"l'I.lC,.., Tum' FEm':L'soN .,,., X K, . inf- . 3 if W. 4,1 0 'lr ' rg, Svuphnmuifizldilass Ciucor. Rlviiumsox ... .Y RUTH Exoi,ANn .A.... M1 ss ANNIE SMAXV ,... A , ,I pr gil 5.4.7. v- 5 A,,,.4,1g 7-1- . - i , ., .uf , ""' --i.i-:.oa::--J Vi.. --,4f.'.:?"'f..Qa."24ff, gh, J- 1..,f,4r-i2:.uif?? ,M ,l I, ., ,, Xi- , W' X ,, ALM 'R X x J Ear, n .1 -.. :Ag 45 , , ,,,,........i,P'res'ide'n,t V i C cf President Nevretary T7'PlLSfI,U'6l' ..,.Ad1Jise7' IQaf:iys-R10 Aikvn, Ruth Allvn. Holi Alwatm-V, Marian liagrlly, -TQ-aniiettv Bafwvll, Mayo Bailvy. Marv l"ranuL-s liauinan, lil-ssiv lival. lflllil- Iivasvlvy, .lavk Bing, Iris Blavkwood. Paul Bodwell, Iris Booker. Milton Booking l'l!'I1Ilt'L'N liradsliaw, U'Neal Branch. Dorotliy Brannon, David Bwem-Af, NVilliam Brown. Ijroadns lirown, Maje-ttv Brown. ,Xnn Bridfvfortli, f,lll2l1'lPS Britt, Nanny Calnplwll. Julian Candle, Alicv Cheshire, Joe Clnesliire, Viz-:rilia Colo, Mai-rare-t Cole-man, Virginia Combs, John Colne-1', Cairrolyn Connelly. llldilh 1'ovin2:1on, .lvan Vox, Sln-rwood Voxv, David C'0Z2l1'l, Xvllllillll fll'i1XVf0l'd1, Mavon Crowder, Bol- llalton, l.nla Man- Davin, la-wia llavis. linciv llillon, Alivu llonuhton. Lillian llowe-ll, l'll0l'L'lll'U Durfoy. Marv lillv-n l'Idwa1'ds, Iloris Ellington, Ruth linzrland, iljilllllllt' lCtl1e1'x'icl::v, Luifilu Evans Trov Fcrziison. . , . llorothy Ford, Sloan Harlinwton, Lillian Gupton, Boll Hall, NY0l'lll Haro. Annie L00 Harris, Frank Harris Barbara Harris, Maruawt Ilill, Kolili Holliday, Adolph Hoiivyviitt, Sain Hood, Hilda Hnddleslon, John lllltl'lllIlS, Rolwrt .l1Yl'll1lll, Sliirlvy Kanflinan, xvflflll Kcngon, Milton Iqlllltl. Dorothy Lassitvr, Lewis IMW,-p,,,.,,' 51,1111-iw In-in Rowland ln-ilry, Donna lj:-liiinan. .Ii-an l'ii::h1f0ot, Henry Lison, James Little. Adi-lu Lulu-r, liivkard Lloyd, Sarah Marslilxnrn, Lonixv Massey, Kent Mafliewaon, Grclim-S Matthews. Itir-hard Mi-1'oln-. Anno Mvlniwx, .loan TNI:-Intyiw-, J. NY, 3liltl'll8XY, David Morgan, Annie May Nordan, 7 Ili:-k Oliwfr. Charls-s Pattiahall, Ylffllllil lonton, ,losm-pliinv 1'e:lwi-, Billy ,Pic'lwif, C, F. Pillvy, Harry lillllllilll, Ha-orgn 1'oyiiwr, John Hallie-lrl, Kvnnvlh Rand, Blanvhe Rvnn. Hub'vi't Riddle-. Mary Rli'llilI'dNOIl. Kola-rt Rnnnion, Ruth SEllllll'I'h0Il. Blows Sandvrford, Sain Smit, Lnvillo Svyinonr, .lane Sinclair Douglas V Slim-r, MarL:ai'vl Stanton, .lann-5 Tliivni, Fle-la Tlionias, .lm-l Tlioinpson, Hnrliv Thmnpson, Ora Leo Thoinpaon, .lar-k liplirain, Katln'in4,- x'4'Nl2ll. lhacc Yostal. Null NYatkinx, Sllll Wi-lls. Shirlvy XVl1itloc'k. Evalan hxlllllilllx, lzlois Wood, l'Id,:'ar XYy:lt1, lborotluy XYynne. lf'rn'ty ff? ff hmmm Jfresbman 'llv llllllllll 1110 first wlwn vm-T ax llttlf- maml. . llf'2lll'lI l hurl lN'C'll fm' Z1 liflll- fznultm ll ll4'l'l'Ul. I wus mat glliltyg -lm was ut my slmlv, Xml slmlu- sm-1-f wmwls, :xml m111lm't1-ll my "' 'V lP2ll'S lu-in v' il vllilrl with mc Xml tllllfl Nl , 9, ' lllt zlml f'Yt'l'IllHl't' Xml I1l'lIlV2l ll1Il0lll'l'2l A, S l grow QQ1'f'2llf'1' gn-w with nwf' gb all -77111 Illilllfllff nf .lI'f!llIl' Fortyionf X ts Md .1 1 ,ir fiiibw N' : -5,-?,:.Q, .V N .. .W K. F' ' If 5.3. Y "' .-. :ter , .2 g 5 m,,..4, -4-1: li -' ' A " . LMT - J W ': ' ' . .. - - ' at . I 1 ll 'N ' 'I .,-.,-ff, J 1 ' 'J X 'ri - ti 21 - f fn , '1 J l,T"'.T'x'. fr, " :1 4- 'I' 13:-.aw QBfficers B11,1,y WoRT1I .......,,. .............. . President MARY L, Rtirrm ....,,....,... ...... V iee President LYSBICTII B1,,xN1c1-:Ns1111f .,,. ......,..... S ecretary JonN Fosrnic ,,,.,,.,. .......... ...... T 1 'easurer Leonard Alston, Billy Ashe, Billy Ashewortli, Illl'0'!3f9llk' Austin, Thonias Allen, Lafayette Aiken, Audry And,.1-soli, Aldith Atkins, Doris Askew. Lynn Brown, Robert Browning, Louise Boykin. Ansel Berry, .l. C. Berry, Fraiik, Brown. Edna Hint-han, l"l'illll'x'S Iieel, Ora Bailbry. Blois Bailey, Helene Bodwell, Lysbeth Blankensliip, Franives l'i2ll'iI0lll', Ruffin Bailey. John Bain-nin. XVillian1 Brown, Thelma Lee Betts, Martha Bishop, Marjorie Barhani. Mary Carlton, Godfrey Uhesliire, Mary Lee Cowpier, Floyd Celery, Harry t'1':1iu:, Mary Clement. Mildred 1'lt'lllt'llf, John l'0IIll'l', John Cardle. Carrolyn Connelly, Edith Covington, Af2ll'LZ'llPl'ii4' Cawthorne, Beulah Carta-1'. Iidna illiadwiek, Elizabeth Crosby, Everett Carter, C. M. Craig, lid Floyd, Rivliard Conier, VValter Vliye, Ben Dixon, Henry Day, Miriam Doub, Albert Doub, Alma llavis, Lewis Davis. Paul Dodson, Init-ille llowell. Margaret Durfy, Kemp llaughtoii, Bice Dorsett, Lula Mae Davis, Lui-illlv Evans, Mary lillen lfldwards. Lucy Mae East, Hughs Ellen, Helen Eighme, Naomi Plllisbt-rLf, John l'laste1'by. Rhoda Fields, Franves Farror, Gwen Ferguson, YVillia1n Faueette, Betty lfarror, Louis Fletclier. Thomas Farrow. Nelda l"ai1'1-lotli. Graliam Fillgrhuln, Mary Floyd. John Foster, Joe Fyne, 11l2lXVI'f'lll'l' Godwiii, Yirginia Grithii, Sain tl11'sln1111, Adelaide Goodwin, Hazel Gainy, Hal Gill, Helen Helverson, Olive Hainrivk, Mabel Harris, Robert Holliday, XVorth Hare, Marguerite Houlder, Carl Hailey, iVfIll'f!,'ill'l'f Hestl-r, Mildred Hieks. Sallie Bailey Heywood, Mary Frances Hunter, Thomas Hay, Woodrow Hayes, Paul Hoover. llaldy Horton, Pierce Irby. James Ingram, Lueille Jeanette, Billy Mary Jones, Fred Jones, Shirley Johnston. Franlc Jeter, lilizabr-tl1 Jackson, Jordon Joseph, S9l'6f-hilt .Inh11st,o11, Ma Toka Jones, Keatha .li-ssun, Harold Jordan, Derereax Joslin, Rodney Kitchen, Lena King, Bertie Ke-lly, Susan Kohber, Dorothy Lewis, I1110-gene Longniire, John hovkhart, Paul Li11e1be1'ry, Ottice Lloyd, William Longniire, Omeua Lloyd, 1411-114-st Lovell, Harry Moore, Jarvis Metter, Meakie Marton, Robert Maxy, John Mi:B1'ayer, Gwen Moore, Edna Morris, Manly Mann, James E. Maynard, Nora Mills, Bailey INla11:.fu1n, Tennyson LIl'f'i2lllll'Ot'k, Ulawrence Morgan, Hariney Moore. Jean McCarthy, C. J. Mclnnis, .laines N1-wbold, George Niswangei-, Edwin B. Owen, Doris Orinard, XV:1lls Phillips, Donald Paschal Sara Piei-re, Alexis Parker, Rat-liel I'ie1't'e, Lillian Pon, Franklin Peatross, Tlmmas Poole, Harry Pittman Ile-lo-n Poye, XViley Rogers, Plinily Ray, Ross Reynolds, Dorothy Reaves, Charles Russel, Mary Ruffin, .lost-pliine Rand, lilizabetli Rim-hardson, liinily Hicliardsoii, Nancy Hiddly, James Stanton, Loyd Senter, lizwliie-l Suite-r, Robert Saunders, f'i2ll't'll4'Q' Spikes, Joe Smith. Kay Stephenson, Alice Sedberry, Bernice Stewart. ,lark Seawell, Beyerlo-y Sexton, Jaines Taylor, James Thoinpson, Bradford Tut-ker, Aubrey IYIIKIPIWYOINI. Gladys hvillflllilll, ltlaruart-t W1-1-ks, IWELU' May XVinston, Harold xVZlI'll9l', Harry XVilliams, VFIIOIIIIPSOII, .lark i':llhl'2lIIl. Katheriin- V1-stal, fiVRl1'l' Ye-stal. Neil XVatkins, Situ Wells, Shirley Whitlock, livalan Williams, lilois Wood. l'l1lg'a1' Wyatt, llorothy XVynn0. 1 1 f"IH'f1l-1700 ? -J Mhz Sub jfreshman lllgllf of tlu IWW V4-'11' Xml that sauw night, thnx 1 IS lxfflllll' lmorn, 111111 all as s IJ6liY01',tl :lf il Sf'K'l'l'f 1bl'JSf1lllf2f2lfQ' I0 Merlin, to luv 1101111-11 fill' 'l1J2ll'f Lntil his llfllll' slmllhl 1-mnu W 1 K i A mm :ls born Tfu' I ff III Ing nf .lI'llllll'. QS Rexx Forty-1 11 We ,. . 'F-'F""'f Ea- r ' 1 "kb-1' ,r '-- fel- ' ll J S 1 1 Ex.,-.-e111 ..f.gidi' -'N ' J, ' -cf 4""'- 7r""'f.li ' A ,lf-if ' .-, - -an X-..,-,ig iv: f Q Jlilf- Ft, ,":J'3A.f:l.E.' ..........L:,--- .1 '- i J" u A 44 ' ll II 'ii' ' ll II ' SN fi .imp 1: ' -J it A I ' Q .ir " Wii.1.i,xM Po'ris.x'1' ,,,.. ANN Cox ,,,,,.,,,,,,... Cam. Hrnsox ,,,,... Wrxxiifizmi Vasa ,,,,,,,,... MRS. NANUY Bie.txs1,i-xr . . . , I Y' 1 .,', ' v. . 1' " 313 Q9fficer5 ,,,...,.......P1'6.SiII67lI' President ..,...Vice ,..........,..Sc'c1'eta.ry ......Ne1us Rteporter ..,....Q......Adviser Anne Allen. William Alexander, Ransom Austin, Mary E. Averill, Elsie Andrews, A. T. Allen, Betty A.sl1liy, ,lenne Andrews, Etiie Bailey, Mary Bailey. Dan B-elyin, Billy Bolton, John Brown, Henry Bowden. Ralph But-han. Betty Brown, Alice Brouuliton, Laura Barnes, Tucker Burruss, Irma Banks, Edna Barnes, Hernian Bland, Xviiilillll Bunn, Virginia Bunn. Sara Anna Bland, Sherman Blow, William Bradshaw. Albert Brown. Billy Cates, Dorothy Capps, Anne Cox, Billy Campbell, Flora Capps, Helen C'anaday, Toni Cain. Ethel Clifton. Hattie Clutts, Elizabeth Coley. Mary Coore, Betty Cook, Georgia Cline. Mary Ca.rter. E. B. Conrad, Samuel Castle, Eva Uotner, Madge Coley, YVilla Drew, Stephen Dana. Virginia Darden, Matte-au Davidson. Alina Diekson, Bettie Dorsett, Virginia Downing, Majorie lliekinson, Naney Dalton, Charles lloak, B-etty Emanuel, Robert Domain, Majorie Englad, Sallie England, Derrell l'orrn-st, Virxinia l'oster. liorris Freeman, Connie Farrow, Mack Fuller, C. D. Ferrel, Evelyn Fiurh, Bob Flournoy, Martha Grady, .loseph Godwin, Hugh Grant Majorie Griggs, t tt t L Mariani Goodwin, D-NYi lrifhn, Thomas 'iray, Chester Gettle, Delpliine Gilbert. Arthur Harris, .lohn Hilton, Karl Hudson. Edna Hatheoek, Rhea Hughes, Emily Hasell, Evenly Hare. Betsy Hobby, vviiiikllll llart, Lore-ne Huniplirey. Henry Jenkins. Carlton Jones, George Jones. Rebeth Jessup, VValter Johnson. l l N l l Vllarles Jordan, l'lit'forn .oyner, ililt red Jeiininlrs, Thomas -IOIIISUII, xvliilillll Joslin, Grace Jones. Margaret. Johnson, James Joyner, MarLfnl-rite Koonee, Billy Kennedy. Alberta Kelly, Leslie Kurfees, B. YV. Kenyon. XYade Kemp. Mary A, Koonee, Euniee Kina, Maylon Lloyd, Audrey Lloyd, Robert Little. Matrena Loekliart, .laines Moore, Fred Miller, Katherine McLean, Murphey Matthews, Jimmie Moore, lulizabetli Moye, Xaney Mann. Dent Mantfuni, Helen Miras, Ethel Massey, Nant-y Maupin, Lessie Miras, Marie M1-Knight, .liinlny Maedougall. Ruth Mayer, Lawson Mitvhell. Leslie Minrey. .Iohu lutillglllll, -laines Meade, Mary Moore, NVilliani Moore, Areh MeMillan, -lohn Nieholson, Carlton Nash, James Nordan, Isabelle Neal, Horner Niehols, Frances O'Neal. llutli Olive, Sa ra Oliver, Mary Elizabeth Paris, Hubert I 'D' ' ' Y ' I P ' I loole, farolyn ilt'l'1't'. Indy vin Pou, Pannie Iearse, Dorothy Ierry, James Perry, Pauline Ponton, huby l'riretIe, Louise Partriek, Mildred Pearee, Edwin Priee, .liinniy Pike, Mary .Tones Pool, Maurice Peele, ltollert Peatross, Edwin Perry, lfreeinan Poole. NYilliain Poteat, .lat-k Pridtfen. H. C. Pearce, Trent Ragland, Helen Ray, Xviiiilllll Ross, f'arl Reynolds, l-'rank Roberts, Sarah liuark, Annie Rhaney, ttli R XX lt l don I t lt lil Lll l ll Il lzlen llul' iiowe, itiiizali 1 ivers, 'a er tear , 'lrnes 'ici ve, iie lusse, Ralph Reeves, an liollerts. Otis Kola-rtson, l"ran1-es Sumner. .laines Sin:-lair, Hush Slllitil, Louise Saunders, Helen Segal, .l. IS. Smith. .laines Stl-rlingr. liuvy Spikes, Susan Seott, Cuba Silver, Carl Smith, Joe Smith, Graco Striekland, Ray Southern, ,loe '1'uL-kt-r. Louise Thonipson, llarid Turner, Powell Tucker, Leo Tiner, Raymond Thorne, l5arl.ara Tlionipson. tlraw- '1"lll6l', Winifred Yass. Joseph Van Landughan, Billy Yaaglin, Frank Winters, Susan Williams, Paul Wood, Harry Warren, Charles Wlitelden. Cecil XVilson. .lulia Winuate, Mary NVinslou, Martha XYalton, Charles NYilliains, Louise XVoote-n, Lena XVyntt, Mazell W'ult.ers, Mae XVillianis, .lixnlny Walker, Ann XVay. Virginia XValker, Biekett NVQ-bb, Carl VVilliamson. Mary Galt Williamson, Margaret Wilson, Rosanna Winslow, Mary XVo0dard, Marguerite Yerby, Charles Yow. Sidney Yow. Forty-fo 117' WW X 17 ff! f b I . 2. J N" fl fwf' , ' 'fly fwrganigatiuns n -" v . 'vu 'N fm .- .A jp 7 r4- Q." rl., I Lf rg xlii I-,-J wit? 2 5 . nf ,Q Pg, F -1 1 A nf, Q' I J . 'n I -1 I KV" 4. . x . 1 X K4 '4 A. Y 4' 'v 1 A x Y i f.1 S '.w. , ..z - . . f ' - ' , , I l ' 1 4 . . .H 1!,, c,w..f,: A ,V !vr.f .1 v 4 """' AA w' 'I J IV' U'. .:, .' Hz, 'i IHM1 -5 --u- 5 M jx H QL? 1.5 5' flfuf' ku a ' ' sv! fr , lf "AL xl' .1 L ,wg ,., 4,iJfI"x wx x' 1: uv "luv 1 X 1 '1' 'l, '4.- fgll Sfr ,X 'H 4, 'K L 1'-- HI" 4 ' . 'X .1 X i Q, . f' mf AM.. NX y , .. .HEX i,i or X-' jf' wnwg, a 9 ' A L ., ,Q ,1 ww Ni m - . ,:: '3 'H f n 1115, v .I . ,aa .' U. - 1 .- .1 1 1 -1 ' I .. KJ, 'L' wf' :f-1" '3-,i fx 'Y . 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I I btuhent uuncil Qhfficers SAM LEAGER. ..,.,,,..... .................... P resfident ARC'HLE NEWBQLD ..,,,,.. ......... V ice President DICK OLIVER ,,,...,............ ...........,. , ...Secretary EI.ISABEFH DAVIDSON ...... .............,..... T reasurer RoI..xNn DANIELSON ....,... .....,., S ergearzt-at-Arms Miss Louisa SMAW .........................,,.....................................,,.................... ....................... A dviser The Student Council this year embarked upon an entirely different program from anything it has attempted here-to-fore. Rather than acting as a disciplinary body the Council has attempted a positively constructive plan of work. The standing committees have taken a real interest in their work. Wade Lewis and his Grounds Committed are largely responsi'ble for the garden which has been started in the court. The Calendar Committee, headed by Sam Ashe, is to be commended for the neat appearance of the 'bulletin boards this year. Under the sponsorship of the Standards Committee, with James Renn as chairman, the Student Body helped to make its own Code of Standards. Muriel Blackwood and her Social Committee have been especially active in welcoming visitors to the School. The elections this year have been well managed by the Elections Committee. Arch Newbold is chairman. Rowland Danielson and his committee have enforced the Points system this year. The House Committee, headed by Adlai Oliver, has been active in preserving the beauty of the building. Clarence Gale succeeded in getting the Iirst club charters under the regulations of which all societies and clubs must function. Charlie Cates and Arthur Brown have rendered appreciative service by maintaining the School Store, where students can conveniently secure necessary supplies. During the spring the Council as a whole adopted as its project "The General Img provement of Conditions, Morally and Physically." A lively campaign was put into action by Arch Newbold. For the second time iII three years, Raleigh brought home the presidency of the North Carolina Student Council Congress for the ensuing year. The president this year is Katherine Metcalf. Forty-sis: K! 1 L. .g W .T MJ' A KMP0 I A My-?J,'1'Ly , .s f p, l ' jwlxf -X 'wk if. ' I Li ,.'ug4yx4Jv J!-'VJ I! l 2 dl lj! Tv Y Q1-fr X 1 I I I l I I i The btuhent SAM ASHE IMOGENE AUSTIN MURIEL BILAOKWOOD PAISLEY BROWN ARTHUR BROWN THOMAS CAIN MORRISON C'AMI'BEhL VIRGINIA CARPENTER CHARLES CATES LOUISE COX M:ACON CROYVIJHR RJJLAND DANIELSON E LI SABET H ODAVID SON MATTEAU DAVIDSON ELIZABETH FOSTER TROY FERGUSON CLARENCE GALE SALLY EIEYXVARD NORMAN HI1'KS VVILILIS HOLDEN HENRX' JENKINS WILLIAM JOSIIIN LESLIE IQURFEIGS SAM LEAGER Qtbairmen ut Svtanhing nmmittees WADE LEWIS ,..... AIILAI OLIVER ...,... SAM ASHE ....... JAMES RENN ,.......... ......... MLTRIIEL BLIACKVVOOD' ...... . ROLAND DANIELSON. ARCH NEWBOLD .......... CLARENCE! GALE .,.... CHARLIE CATEIS ...... Wok av-4.3 .i into L.. A H Qfifs ,- Q f I . uuncil N A IR- A-A L., I . " ws. A., WADE LEWIS G ' ot ARUHIE Nl-INVBOIID 1 ' ROGER NORMAN '11 ff , T DICK OLIVER MARGARET OXVEN ' EDWIN OWENS ' 8 YVIIILIAM POTEAT GEOROE POYNER JAMES RENN ,IADH SI-:WELL WILLIAM TIIRIET AIJILXI OLIVER ...,.Gl'O1l'71fIS . ..... H016-96 ......C'alendar ....A 'tan rlards S . I, .......S0cial .....Points Elections .....Cha1'te1"ing .,........SfO'l'C Forty-seven gp' X-,T 4 gg ffi L yi 5 4 W gi 3 eff? K L 'Qffg 2 533 if . , X? . Q1f Q3 iwbrzvi ,Q ' 1 A L-if Nugzn 'u.-f,, -N. f S 'fi-Q ..- . ' ., V- . f ' : if A , Y ' Q 252+ ,Q "" A gag ,.-. V . . 1 x lJiQ.'?',ymV. ' S Q ,iv 1 4 - T v 5 . 5 1 .L ' X +-..- A , ,. QQ.: ...u--nf! X--J 'wx-. I --5. Senior ramatic lub OFFICER S El.1x.xl:l-1'1'11 L1-:I-L.. .. Mll,llICl1Ill TIIIIIVI ',,,A . J. B. HVN1 '.,. ..,...,. J1'l.l.x BlCl'l"l ',,,..., Iilfzusllzrfxx RllllbI.l4I .... . f'lIl-ISIIIRIC Cox ,,,, ,,..V Mus. L. D. Cmsfm ' . Hl"I'lI AlSlCR,N.X'1'I'IY DURU'l'lIY IJINVIY xY,XI.I,,Xl'l'I Al.1f'oRn INlRO'l'HY lmkn lirm' ISxl.1..xR1+ .Ima B1..xNlilf3Ns111l' 16111. IIm'w.xm1 Glcxvrx I'i0m.1nan: .ll'I,1.x BKIT1' X'1R4a1N1.x BRITNQIAJIL BIARY CUNRXD .I. R. IIl'N'l' K rc N N 141' H K1 'I' ri II.vI"1'11f: IAM' CRI'I'l'Ill'lK lI.xvIl141l. Jmlxsux Y1ul,1a'r CRUWIIICR I4Il.1z.xlu-:'l'1l I.1':1c VIIFISIIIRIC Cox .Km-:us Mmm-1 W11,1.1.xM Ukvxwlmkn I.1'vx.x M4-BRv1+1clc l+Il.1sAI+:r:'1'1-1 IJAVIDSQN YIRHINIX AIl,"l'.XR'I' .MUN lJfrwN1N4,a Forty-eight HI l.Ib,X Ifl'l7lDI.l'lS'I'f7N 2..- Zi h ......Pr0siflCl1f ..-Secretary ..............7'1'Pa.s1w'f11' .......P1'e.vx Reporlvr ................,...........LiIzrarian C1Illf?'HIfl7l of Progrrznz, C'01nmitf0e Mun' Yom: Nmx. lwulck Nommx AIAKY I,ul'1s1c PARK '1'mm111: 1'nI1,me1f-xi Rmalfxkw Poxfrox RIARY 1'm'Nmc KI'1lil4ll'l'.k Rllmm-3 Vl11Nm..x S'l'x'1mx Mllmlzllzn TIIRIWI' 1.Ul'ISlfI W.xl.1. MARY XYII.l.I.XNIN HESSIIC Rraxx XYl1.1.1.xM '1'HRlr'1' IC K R . gnc.:,,-,Ex 1,,.ff,,,f fu. , rs . I Q uf.. -Q., g b X.. , I . ,fs - I 5 M 'fx ' "" Y Awf, if ft if f, gy! gk I ,Y ,., X 1,4 Q, .4 i ,4 .I wf . T ,A W! 0 wi ,f, ,ef I 523 1 A I f I R' ' ywwjf, iyswmhr ramatmn lub NJAJfA:g,a7JU kj Q.-fx fg."f OFFICERS ' Ic'I"I'-fc ' I I. ,.,.... ....,...... P T6SiCl671ff VJ Rl'2ilKEN6.ANlJ , ,.g if ..... ..... I 'ice President AIX 'f'f7f.xIu:A1aIc'I' S'l'AN'l'0N ...., ,,.,.,,..,. S er'Vf'fr17'11 I RIYIII AIIRIN ,,,. ,..... CI '?'6CLS1M'6'l' 4 MRS. WcxIc'1'II ,...,. IIIQUNARII AI,s'ruN BIIRIAM BAu1,1cY .IIaANNm"1'I4 BAf:wIcI,1. BIARY FRAN1 ' HS BA I' AIA 1'Ilf1I.KN BODXVICLI. IRIS BI,A1.'1Iwou1m DAVID BRE:-:I-14: BROAIIVS BRIIWN M.A.II:'rTI: BRQWN I"RA1c4'r:s BRAIISIIAW IRIS BUOKER EDNA HINIIS BYNUAI NANM' CAMvm:I,I, N BIARHA Rm' t,'ul.r:M.xx X'IR1:II.IA Com: LIIILIAN DOWHLI. lJuRIs EI,I.INu'roN NAUMI EI,I.Ism:R4: RIU'I'IfI I-INc:I.ANn NIILIIA FAIRc:I,o'I'1I LI1wIs FI,ET1'IllcR MARIQI, HARRIS SALILY BAILII Y HI-:YWA RI, SUSAN KoKI.I4:R .IAf'K SERVER DOROTHY LEWIS .....A1l'vise1' .IRAN D'If'CAR'1'11Y VIRIIINIA PONTUN Hlcm-:N PAGE IGMILY RAY HIQLILN 1iAY EIIIZAHICTH RICIIIXRIISUN NI.-XRY LEONA RUFFIN AI.I1:If1 SEDIIERRY R.u'III:I, SENTER BEVISRLEY Smivros ELOISE XVOOD ELISE WINTIIR BILLY XVORTH Forty-nine Q ,rf ffl KN f H ' I I , x, 1 VJ f' 'r N Tfj .1 . . 1 1 I K, X X , I ,X , X -- ,X , , I M fy ff X W my M X I f H IN 'I it I' X Jxxj V I A j ' .ff ,XV X R29 Yj XI I X I fm X i xi' x J I If W! 1 X C 'B IX I I ? R NJ Nl I ' f C Pb-q 01 fx rf 'ff .lik-. ,..,--Q JANE CATEE ......,....Y....Y.v MIuzGAIcE'I VVADDI-ILI ,...... EMILY SCOTT ..,,.,..,,.,., , M4xIcuAIzE'1' VVAIDIJELI Mrss BI+1'.x'l"1'1' ...,., AI.KKGARE'l' BELI. IR.Is BI,,xvIiwou1I IIELENB BUIIWELI. ANN BRIuuImH1'lI JANE CATES IJURQTHY C1I,xMvwN V1Rc:INI.x Cunlss JEAN CrmI'IcR IfA'1'IIliRlNlG Cfml-Eu I,uL'IsE Cux X 'QD Jxj xeriun literary bucietp OFFICERS LL'ljI1'l 11I1,1.oN lmIuy1'IIY DOWNINIQ I"IAlRl'IN1'lC IJURIFIQY If'Iz.xN4yl-:s I,JI'RI'm' l"R.xN4'Es EMANUEI I.Iw'I1,E EVANS l"E.xNcEs FARTIIXN1 ANNA LOUISE lflxlmls 1QI,IZA15lG'I'1'I FOS'l'l4JR KATIIIQRINE G1-x:5r'mrIi H.kT'I'IE Lum' f,'IlI'l'4'lll'IRI BERNIe'E GOODWIN M.u'0N CR,UNVIbl-IR Fifty LEOLA IIARNVARD S1ImI.Ex' W H li.xImxE.x .HARRIS GRAM: .IUNES ESSIE IQELLY DONNA LEI-IxI.xN JEAN LIGHTFOOT LII,I,I.xnI LEVTUN SUSIE BIALONI-I VIRGINIA HIALONI-I SARAH M,.xP.sIIEIrR,N IfATHICRINli M.xR'1'IN C.x'I'1IERINE M.xsoN VIRGINIA BIILLICR ITLOCK I-- bw 1 . ,vw .,.......,,.President ...,,Vic'e President ........,..Sem'eta1'y ....,.Treasurer .....Adviser BERTA XORTON MA1m.xRET OWVEN FIIIIZAISETH PAGE ICDNA LEE PEGRAM VIRf:IN1A PHBIAPS VIR-GINIS PONTON DOROTHY PR-EV.KS'1' BLANCHE RI-:NN EMILY SCOTT I'II.E.xNoR SE.vxuI,E MARILIRET XVADDELL IIARIAN NV.xI,I,ACE f f K !"s?,',ft2 E 'M V I x7-,f ' I -- I .I I I-Ein 'Is ' I . ? h I .TX :H 2 4 1 I X. Q3 ' X tx g Y ,. R UI .XXX I 'Q , XV gi -1 I Q A Znsepbus Daniels ilitetafp Society AIIAI OIIIVEII ..,.,. HOWAIIII WIII'I'E ..... CLARENCE GALE .......,. RICIIARD EIIWAIIIIS ,,,,,. IAMEIS REINN .,A.,,,,,,... Mus RFNNION .,,. IPIIIIRIIIJ ASHIIY SAM ASHE BEN B1.ALOc'K ARTIIUR BROXYN PAIsI.EI' BRIIWN MII-ov BROWN CIIIxI:.I.Es GATES .IME CHESHIRE .IAAIES COIIEAIAN IJAVID COZART EDWIN Comes ,IEE DAVIS BOB DALTON RIIIANIJ DANIELSQN OFFICERS IIIvII.xR.II l':IlW.XRIPS IMIRSEI' Ev.INs llER.liER'I' FISHER CI..XRl'INl'Id H.xI,I-: JIIIIN IIIvfIw'IIINs FRANIIIJN ILIRWIIIIII AImI,I'IfI HoNIf:x'f'lI'I"I RQIII-IRI' Hmvlsux Bula HAI.I, BQWJE HoI.uAI.xN OTIS ,IUNEs JAMES LI'I"I'I.I': S.-IM LI-IAIIIIR WADE LEWIS W...,,..,...Pl'6SHI6lIf ,,,v,.,.,...Vif'e l'resifIe'I1I I .,,,,5?!'I'6'ff1I'A1l-TITUSIIVPI' ,,,...SPrgPr111f-rIf-A rm .s .,I,Press Iffporfvr ,,,H,f"flf'lIIf.Ij Ar1ri.s-Pr XXNIII4: MARE ' AR1'IIII: NI-:WIuII,II AIII,.x1 UIIIVICR, DIIIIQ OLIVER KIdNNl4I'I'l1 RANII .IIxxIEs RENN GEIIRIIE Ross KEY S1-.xI.I-:S BAXTER SPI-:NCEE CII.'xRII.I-:s TWIDIII' HfDXN'.kRll XVHLTE FRANVIS XVORTH .IMIES WRIIII-IT Fifty-one 8 -L .- ff ' 'xt ' , an ,f-swf . It I , . 1. .. A 3, X ,, ff" -Y X4' jg. 'Tx- ., fbi MV- -S61 ,Q J 1 , . ELrz.x1sr:T11 PARK .....,,. NIARY ALICE Po'r'rl-Il: A,..A, ELr:.xNo1: S1c,xu1.r: ,,,7.,. ANN113 Honulcs ,,..,. Mn. Pu'r'r1-:lc .,,... liI"I'll ALLEN .MAN B0sHAxR'r VIIMINI,-x Bl"I'lAI'2k Nxxvx' BYNN ,NIM-UN Ckowm-:lc l'.xr'1,1N1-3 CAROL X'1R141N1.x C0141-: N.xN1'Y C.xxx1'1ual,1. Il.x'1"r1r: LOL' CRI'l'f'll Alun' ffl.liMl'lNT .xNN.x IAWISE lixnms l.wl'lNlq GRIHHS .XNN143 Ilonurzs l'Il.UISl4, H.xRR1N1:'rnN Hl"l'll .IUNICS Fifty-two 7f7Y'N Girls Glen OFFICERS Sl'1Kl'l'l'II.X .lnuNsuN liwrsx' K1l.1axTR1c1c M.x,mR1E IJICHliE'l"1'l"I A N NI IC R. L.xwRr:N4 -1-1 Armen: LANNITI-:K W11.x1.x IIAYIHGN K.Vl'IIl42RlNId AIl'I'I'1'.XI l'1l.1z.x1slc'1'Il Momma "lil SARA11 M,xRsn1sL'RN X'IRliINI.X 1Il'T.XR'l' li.V1'lIlGRINli BIARTIN 'I'Iu:1,xl.x l'11:.xRv1f: Iixzxcl, Pun-1 NIARY A l,Il 'IC Pu'1"1' I-:R Y I x ' a N ,Jai .,. lu ..,,V...................w.....Preszdent ..,N6'f'I'CfClI'1j and Treasurer bmi 10,11 ..,,Assi.vfr1nf I,'i1n'a1'ia12 A flrism' l':I.lZ.XHIi'1'H PARK Rufxnzl. IPEARM4: tixnor, R11fH.xRnsuN MARf:.xRr:'r S'r.xN'1'oN Mun' Hl'1I,P1N S'l'lGXV.-XR'l' l'11,1-:.xNoR Sli.-Xlil.l41 M.xRf:.xR1-:T SAIITI1 I4'l.H'r.x THOMAS AI.xRuARlf:'1' XYADIll',I.l. AIARION W.u,l..u-I-1 ,lm'c'E XVADI-I BIARY W11,1.1.xMs lC1,r:.xNoRA WA1'K1Ns AI.xm-JI. YORK -V a..-,,, ' X ,.z" 'LL , x ,,,.,M KbJNI.0N Blcocliwlau .,,.. Rm,AxN11DANIE1.soN A,,,. . SAM Llmulclc. ,,,.,,,,,,.,. , GRAIIAM BARNI-:S ,,,.. MR. POT'l'I+:.R ....wv,,.., . Ju:-is A1.I,1aN l',x1S1,m' BRVUXVN -xR'l'1Il'Ic Blmwx BEN B1.,x1.ofg1c BLLN1, B.xN1n' KIGNLUN BR.u4'Kw1-11.1. Mlcov Bkmvx .lnxlas Iiluxvxc GRAHAM BARN1cs QUINTON BURKI-3 .fl'l.IAN C,xl'n1.1-1 U, M. CRA14: Jurlas Com-:MAN EDWIN Comes 3813115 Else lub BILLY lulasu' Ro1..xNn I'l.xN114l,snN .luux l-Z.xs'1'l-:lmy luisx' Iflxyxxs J. W. F0Hl.l11Bl,KN HARRY F,u'l.1iN14:R, XVII.15lflR'l' lflxvn Cl,.a1zlcN4'lc GAL11: J, B. I-I1'N'1' EDWARD Him. BI1.1,x' H1f:x'w.xRn FRANK Jo1,1.Y W11.1.1.u1 C11.xm,r1s Juxrzs Bon .II-:NN14:'l"l'l-L JHIIN KIM: SAM I,lc,xu1cR I., IC. Lum: li11'1c.xR11 Ll,l'DYlr W.xm-1 Lxcwls BILL LAN11 miwls I,.xwRlf:Nv1c luvln Mmumx BEN B14"O1.,xxl1wvlc .Iam Mow: llusslsm. N1vHm,sux B1l.l.Y I'nI1,1.11-s W11.1.1.xM Pom.r1 Gl4:0R4:1c PUYNHI: 994'- Mkff' 'x ,Q-an ....., M.Y,,,,Y,,..Mlf2'e.9icIer:I Y,.WSP1-fetary-Treasurer .V..,,.,...U...,..Libra1'iafn ,...A,Nm'gearz f-CII'-.iI'I71S dviser .Ima 1'ld.Vl'RUSS S, G. li-Imas Km' S4-Al.:-Ls G1-:Oman-: SI'Il'lRXYOtlIb l'11A1c1.1f:s 'Pwlmn' Hlaklzrxm' Wxxsmx 1"R.xxr1s XYORTH f'IIAXRl,I'lS Wmm lflxumx WI1,L1s .Iums XVRIHIVI' Umx' W11.1.1.xxrs Ilcmzxkn WHITI-5 SIM W1-11.1.5 I"R,xN4'Is XVURTII lfijly-111 rm' 1 I I T ,., 1 Q, 4 - 1 W Q 1 -1,, . 1 Julius Vvlillilil A.,, S. A. Blc.xx'1'oN .... Krzxnox BRU1'liNYEI.I. l51l,1.x' IPARNT Tlmy lf'1qR1:I'sng 4'l1,xHl,wl"1'l4: 1-'l'l.1,l4 lc .Xlc'1'1ll'R HUHIPXYIN Hncxkx' Iixxmwx SAM Ilmm lumix Hmm lflbllldlfl' li.x1.l. l"ij IA11-four Zganh lSl1,m Iluvlilxs Yl'1NV'l'UN . ,J 7 H x i H155 fl li fl I STI-'1.l, XY1vR'1'u IQIQNYHN P.x1'1, SVMM1-:ks Wmmg I.141w1s l'lI.XRI.IiS 'I'w11mx' Ilnxm' Alum Iirssn-g1,1. Vzzmz ,mxnxxv Blvt"l,14:.xN Www NYIlI'l'l'I .Mil-:Rs AIUURIC lV'I..XY xVII.I,I.XRlS xinmknlc NlNXV.XR1LI4,X 'I'lmM.xs XXIl.l.I.XAIS Hl'JHlC41lf1 Nlllclzwmm SM Hl1,l.x' WRI1:u'1' xxx nes Wim. lI'I' Prc'si1I6n t w,,,AfIviser AR'PHLTR BROVVN .,.... CLARENCE GALE ,.,..,....... A VJ AY KLA-L,!,' JTW, ,Of 'PW 'ffm Srience lub C MARY LOUISE PARKER ..,,.,. KATHERINE METCALE ,.... MRS. EDNA METTS WELL ADILAI OLIVER ,.,,..,,.,, JAMES COLEMAN ...,. EVEIIYN BRIGGS ARTHUR BROWN XIARIAN BENEKER ELIZABETH BOYAN FRANCES BRADSHAW BRODUS BROWN NIAJETTE BROWN PAUL BODWELL SHERWOOD COKE JANE GATES MIARGARET COLIERIAN DAVID CozART OFFICERS .............,Preside-nt .....ViCe President ...........S6c'refary ...,.,Treas'1u'er S ...... ..... I idviser L..,.,,Sergeaf11t-at-Arnzws' BYNUM IDUREINA Y1R1:1N1,x IQENNI-LIIY LUQILLE DOWELL RHYLMA EVANS TROY FERGUSON ELEANOR GREEN K.ATHERINE GLASSQIOCK LOUISE GRJQIIE CLARENCE GALE FRANKLIN HARWOUD LIARGARET HILI. BARBARA HARRIS FRANK :HARRIS NY.-KDE LEWIS Y'1I4IZABl1I'I'H BIL'KNIlill'I' KATHERINE lNIETI'A1.F WADE IWARR ICATHERINE AIARTIN DICK OLIVER BIARY LOUISE PARKER ROBERT RUNNION CLAY WILLIAMS IQATHERINE XVILLIS .TA M E S XVRIHHT Fifty-Jive' Girl eserhe luh KA'1'11r:1z1NE Mm'c,x1.L ',,,w.A LOUISE COX ............,.. JEAN Coorulc. ,,,.. EvE1.YN BRIGGS ......................w MRS. REAv1s, Mus. FUNYIl.l.lC ..., JEAN ANIDRENVS RVTI1 Amlxxl-:'1'1lx' KUT11 ALLEN ANNE ,Xl.l.EN BIARY Ii 1.1 Z.XlHi'l'Il .X Y lauvl l.I,1d Br:'1"rx' Bnuwx HIIITII BR-ONYX lflvl-:LYN .BRIGGS BIARY BAx11.1ax' I'I1.s11: B1rL:wE1,1, VIRGINIA CAR1-1-:x'1'If:1z Y1k1:1l.1.x Comp HIAITII CR.kli'I'Rl'll'j l"1jIy'.wi.1' OFFICERS ANNE Cox l,ul'1sr: COX t'ul':s111R1f: Cox Al.1v1-: CHICSIIIRIC Y1m.r:'1' CRUWIIER K.vr1u:RINr: Cmwlax .lxux COOMJR N.xNvx' DAIJVUN l-Ix.1z.x1s1s'1'11 Invlnsux WIl.1..x DRICNX' Rum D.xN.x AI.If'11: Dm'1a11'1'uN .A...ViCe President Pres iden t ,,,,.. Secretary LUVIIG 1J1I.LoN Bm"rx' 1':M.XNL'l-II. 1f'R.xNvr:s EM.xNL'1c1 R1u'1,M.x EVANS l1'R.xN4'xcs FAR'1'111x1: CUINIH FARRUW ICVEIAYN HAR1-1 EMILY Hfxssx-xx, BETSY ITOBBY Iinxx IAIAV1'IIk'0I'K lIARR11c'1' HOWARD RAY I'ILw:1u:s I,01'Nx-1 Hx'm"HR1f:x' Treasu1'6'r ..Ad uisers X -I !ffl QV' 1 1 9-F,,......-nl div beniur 1!9i:iB lub OFFICERS WAIJIEE FLOIURNOY ...A. ..,......A.. I 'residenl W.XL'TEIl LEE S111-QNCEII ,..... .,,.. V ice President KEY SCALES ................. ,.... I Secretary RI'SSEI,I. NICIIULSON v AA., ..,A T 7'6flS1lI'l'I MEMBERS XVILLIAM BARl'lF00'l' GRVAIIAM BARNES HARRY BEDDOES ROBERT BLACK BEN BLAIIOCK MICOU BROXVN IIORRISON CAIIPEELL .II-:Is DAVIS JACK DUNAWAY S'1'EwAR'l' EAs'I'1-:may l"R.xN4'1s XYURTH WILLIAM lIlf:x'w.xlc1. .I. B. HUNT HIHAII IqIR,Kl'A'l'Rl4'Ii SAM LE.x1:1f:Ic .Ima Mow: ARMIIE NI'lXX'li1lI,ll ulaolzur: Ross XVILLIS Txloxlrsox LEWIS XVALKER HUWARII NVIlI'l'l4l Gene Glurner 19519 Iuh NVILLIAM BANDY XVILLIS HOLDING ROBERT JENNETTI-I ROBERT XVYATT Nifty-sf'1'4'll Y ,- ...X- -.m....:.., ., Y, M.x1cu.xm-31' Fixx ll ,,,,, EI.r:.xNn1z Sl'j.Uil.lC ,,,,. Luls Hlxsox .... TRIXIIG EIIICNS ,.,,w M.XIC,tG.XliI'I'I' Owlcx .,AA I'lI,IZ.XlSl'I'I'Il ARNULD IU:1.r1NN ASLllXVllR'l'lI, XIFRII-ll, 1fI..X4'KKVl10li JEAN liUsIIAR'l' hu BROWN XIARliARl'I'I' BREWER I'll,IZ.'HSIG'I'lI BRYAN l,1I,L1,xN Bumclm l'I1,Iz.xm:'1'1I BI'I4'KXY1'I'll VIRGIKIA CRU4-HER l4'R,xN1'1-:S Cox 1"R.xN4-nas IH'RFm' Svmx Illfkluxx Filly-4'iy1h1 Ar! 0 f J L, ' J 1, I fly 1 V mv .Q J ,ff ,U U ux'j,'j ! .WV rx rf X , M: -P 7 N ' ,.,f! ' , - N 11 .N 4,1 N , ff ,Q .f J . A, A qw., Q-'Q -. , gg -mf ,' I .. ' 'f-.. ilaume cunumics lub Alun' Lwwxsr: IJ. TR1xI1c HDI-:Ns M.uua,x1uaT Fixfn 1'I1.1c.xNru-L GRl4IlfIN Luis IIINSON IQXIIC Lmc HARIYI4: I'Il'N11'r: Ilomalfzs ALMA HIVIQS I.r:m.A H.xRwmm lixxlm' HVN1' Rl"l'Il ,luxrzs VIRGINIA Krxxxx XYIQ 'IIN' LL'Ns'r.x1.1, K14:1'1'11 Xxx Rox's'1'14:lc LAXVR B1f:'rsy Ll'IliliIf1'l"l'li Wlmu M.u'1mN lwzvll. Mxssl-Lx' Russian N1v1m1.soN MAxR1:AR14:'1' UNVEN BIARY Sm: 1'1cRRx' HAZEI, PIKE MYR'1'm: PARRISH REn1avv.x Rumi.:-: M.xR4:.xR.lf:'1' Rumi.:-1 PZNVE 'JN- ..............P1'6s'irlr'11t ..,,..Via'e President .....Sec'retm'y ,...,..,.....,Tl'60.S"lI,7 ez .....,Press Reporteo IIIQLEN RIVERS 1'II,1ZAlSlCTII S,xwx'14:R l+l1.1f:.xNoR. SEAu1,r: Vlfzxom STYRON l,u'1"1'u: STEPHENSON '1'Hr:l.M.x SAL'N1u-:Rs N.xNvy TAYLOR XVIDLIS Tuonlfsox Fl.:-:TA THOMAS C1-JPILIA m'EBB Dovu: XVADE IIEL1-:N XVALLER Rm-u WII,LI.xMsoN I if latm Qiluh Fall Term BILLY HI-:Yw.xRn ,,,., ,,......,... P l'f'Sif7f'1If VVAIJIC MNRR A... ,... LLLLL V i we Pr'1'.vif7P11f .IIINI-3 UA'I'Es A,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,, I qf'f'l'Pflll'L1j Lul'IsI': Cox ....,. ,,,,..A T V"fl-9"IlI'f'l' Spring Term IFRANCICS F.xR'I'IIINu ....Y....,.,.. Presirlvlli EDNA LEE PEuR.uI ,,.w,. Vice Presiclmzt RUTH ALLEN .....,AA.. . ..w A.,. Secretary TROY FERuI's0N . A,.. .. T rf'as1Irer LOUISE COX ,..V,w,, v,,,,, I ffflwrtvr MEMBERS RUTH ALLEN FRANCES BR..xImsIIAw GRACE BLACKYVOOII EDITH BROYVN 1VIAJE'I"1'E BROWN JANE CATI-Ls LOUISE Cox SHICRYVOOD Cox DAN'IIJ Coz.xRT BILLY DARST FRANCES EMANVILI. FRANCES FARTIIINII TROY FERGYSON LILLIAN GI'l"l'0N BILLY I'Il-IYNVARIU SIIIRLEY K,xI'F1I,xN DONNA LEFAIAN PAVI. LIN!-IBERRY JAMES LI'l"l'ILE ETHEIL LYON W AIIE MARE LI'I'Y MQBRYIII: D1c'K OLIVER EDNA LEE PEGRNNI JAMES RENN HPTLEN RIVERS HEBERT R,I'NNION B. W. SMITII JACK UPHAM EDGAR XVYATT N 'hfudffrl H QAETKLL . 1 fkpQrVC,,CLff N S A fy 7 Fifty-nim J y if '. .f , - I, X 1 Y I I xi .i ' 'X 1 y N I K JU! lf if I, ii YV Q, i XJ Q' 'I .Il Y X V' "'e .- 1 W .,.,,s., I, - ' .. n ' 4 V-I-'ff - N K y .cd ,M I : 4 . , . ,A 3 . - , , ,. ' ,arf ff ' , e "Qi523fP ' fr vi .J , -i ff. , ' . 4, 1 l W If . p I Q ' K M, ,gf . 'g ' QISWF I- 9' 5 X , . 533321 , - . 5 lg -, I , -1 G ' Z K .. , C J., I W A Q Q? RQ.. ., . , A H , , ' L ,Y fl- ' " if In -51 e -'Q' I .gf ' I .- X Q , ,, Wi f -.1 y I I f ,i a f ' gvi A . ' F . - - , 'St-"I . I I , 455 'if fjj f gflf , .1, 'ffm' 'f , 'f f ' 15. . W I i A 'V' ' y f f 'I X 4 V I I u f f Z , ' 0 Y! :O V f 1 r r 1 , , - , Girls Zlfbletuc QSSUEIHIIUII ff OFFICERS I l'Lx'1sI.x'N lsannqa ,,,,, , ,,,,,,A- 11,-y,,i,1e,,1 RHBI-l4'1"A KIUDLE ...,... ,,,., 1 'ire President Nl-LLLIE PAH! ,,.,,,,,,, ,,,,AAA,, S ecrgfury i'il,ORENl"lQ Ll-IE ,,,,.,. ,,,,AA i Secretary VIRGINIA f'R0l'Kl'IR- .,.., ,,,,,, T I'PfL8llI'l'l' Group I-Nellie Paul, Lvaih-ri Miriani Bagley. Assistant Leader: .loan Mulntyre, Secretary, Mrs. liall, Advisx-r. Miriani Bash-y, Julia Britt, Anne Brimlai-forth, Marmarvt Bell, Mary 1"I':iiiw-s Bauman, Nancy Bunn, Alive f'iIf'Nilil't', Virainia Cl'0l'kQ1', Alice Donahton. Dorothy l"inrh. Dorothy l"orIl, Lois Hiuson, Hilda lluddleston, l'Innic-I- Iloclge-Q, Yan Doris Johnson, .loan MI-Intyre, Mary Ann Koonve, Elizalietli McKnight, Virginia Moore, Berta Norton, Frances U'Ncal, Nellie Paul, Wanda Phillips, Mary Rirharrlson, Reherwai liichlle, Barbara Thompson, Ruth XViggS. Group II"1'vlHl't'llCC LI-0, LI-aah-rg Katherine Martin, Assistant Lead:-rg Mary Poynur, Secre-laryg Miss Mial, Adviser. Jeanne Ainlrews, Evelyn liaarhy, Virginia Combs. Mary C0lll'il4l, Hattie Iain Critrher. Margaret Davis. llorothy lloyyninyg, l"lo1'cnc-m- llnrfv-y, Lury Mary East. Betty linianuvl, Lillian Gupton, Mary Frances Hunter, I"lnrenI'e Lee, Kathvrini- Martin, Susie Mahan, Yirsinia Muler, Marin- MI-Kniaht. Mary York Neal. Catherine Noell, Sara Olive-r, Mary Poyner, Pauline Ponton, Virginia Port:-r, lilanvhe liunn, Euiily Sc-ott. Elsa XVinters, Eloise XV0o4l. iYil'0llIl IIl?Lillian I'Iilj'lllUl'l', l.eadvr: Vlwsliirv Cox, Assistant. Leaderg Mary Louise lfarkvr, Sevretaryq Miss 'l'hmnas. Aflviser. Jeanette Bagwell. Majorif- Harbor, Iris Blarkwood, Alice Broughton, Mary Bailey, Betty Brown, Violet Vrownlvr, Mary liunivt- Uooiw-, Nanry t'ainplwIl. Macon Cl'tlXVllt'l', Beth Crabtree, Cheshire Cox. Anne Cox. Mary Dail llixon. Sallie l'liig:l:iml. Ruth l'In:5lan:l, Xvlmla l"aircloth, Rarln-l Godwin, B0l'lll4'L' Goodwin. Martha Hrafly, Barbara llarris, Iiloisn- llarrinzrton, Lillian Haymore, Harriet Howard. Alberta Kelly, Shirley Kantfnian. Katln-rino Mason, Nant-y Mann, Dorothy Prevost, Mary Louise Parker, Maraiarvt Stanton, Milrlrn-ml Thrift. Group lY-Martha Barrt,-tt, l,+-ada-rg -Y?--. Assistant LI-advrg Mary NVliilillllS, Sevretaryg Miss livans, .Xflviselt Ruth Alh-n, Ruth Alwriwtluy. lfllsit- Amin-ws, Betty Asln-hy, Elsie Bodwell, Helen Bodwell, Grace Blat-kwooil, lit-law-1':i Banks, Martha Barrett, Irina Banks, Virailia Cole, Mildred Clement, Carnie Farrow, lwlia Gray, Marraret. Hill, Many Louise Jarvis. Reherra .lf-ssnp, EIIIOQQHE Longmire, Elizabeth M0Ol'9. Kath:-rino MI-la-an, Annie May Nnrdon, Mary Suu Perry, Dorothy Perry, Emily Ray, Helen Ray, Dorothy Shipman, l"ranI-I-s Sumner. .It-nnie Suninvr, Lui-ile Seymore, Ruth Sanderson, Margavet Smith, Mary Williams, Shirley Whitlock, Lena Vfyatt, Katherine YViliiams. 3 f--A V ' ff . ,, .,,., , 1. I A ' F . f " , 9 :5?f- V X V W' libs latinas Qtaff l+Il.1z.xn1-:'1'11 PARK ,,,. ,Y ,............ .V.....,,-.,..Y, .V.....w,.., w.fY .V..----. - - -'-'-f AA,- F 7 f I 5 f'H"i71-f'7'f"! Ali'1'HLTR BRUXVN .---wv,,., V ,,,,,,,,v,,,,,,,,,,,,.,,,,.,.,.... ,,,... I fIlSi'llP.S'S' M0f'lldg67 K,xTHI.EEN Hl'l'1I'Il'IS ....... .,,.., ,,...,, ,, .....w,,VV I .YYV X f ,..,. ...,, ,-,fY V,.-,Y .,. . A l 1 ' f Efllffn X Oq'JQjjQQiQfwlJ. s 3 YUJYMW J M .03mJQef "IJk',k O'r1s Joyrzs ,...... . JAMES RENN ............. NOIiDI.XN Hlclc s ,,,..,. Klcxmx Blcomi wEJ1.1 ..... ,, K,x'r111f:R1NP:, MARTIN WADE LEVVIS ,,,,,,.,,,,,,, EMILY Soon' ..... MABEL YORK ,,.,....,,,,,,,, JEAN BOSHART ........ JAMES B. MATTISON ........ fjrfk K. ASSISTANTS ....,,lfIzrf'rfising ,llunuyef ,,,,,..., Sports Erlifm Elliffll .,....,...A..................-l.vsisfanf Eflifoz ..........wAssistcmt Businvss Manager Assixfrlnt Ad rertising llanager ...,,.,..T2l11iSf ....,,Afl'11ise?r Sixty-onc A ,.,A I'irr'u,lafifm Jllamlgcfr' , 1,7 -- 'rf 5755- , 7:4 - 1 . , f , , Q, ,ttf : 1 1 . , Y 14, .1 l::11Qfg5.g'w-', ,1"..? "5 g., . ff K ,f if WW' f ' F' 'C A 4 -1 51 C1 -- -'Qjj ' " ffl N ' . V , 7, , X , ff J' .1 'f ' J 1 ' fu V " ' . 3 . 1, Z- -' xg W1-F. ' ' I ' vw - 'Q n 1 V e J WT ' 7' 1 3 P' ' X W ' 4 1 1? A L y I 'X l k O MM , rl I -1nfwfHQwff11rf1gv "Tri, 75" , 3, W1 , '1 "wma 3 ,gr 1 , , .:,, - X- kdthsixi L' if U 1.- , W . -ffWf2h1we- A xg ' gi 1 .IL 'Q 'N .J - L"".:.vi3f'T'W'f 1 Q ?f'?a?if5,j+ . 11 , -" 1 ' 1 ,f 1 1 :Y 'Fr I Y - " WS' 1 " '-' 'vw-7 ' V -vf- YA I 4Q 91 -A, .V ' , , : 13. 1 EJ. f ff Shi- iw rv-1 . . ' 1 Sfi,u-ty-two ,iff , , f gm? EL, -1 - , , ",,,1-1 'A i ..,.1.,-. 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'22 E IWW SS fi my -Z S X f 5 -E' E : I Z : I f : , -E F N 2 'il T , -7 f 3- ,iv 4' -Q --12:45 'A lHlU1""'wn will 5 N 1 M5 'iw' S UWM 4 E I ' Nga: Zltbletics '4St1'e11gtl1 of heart And might of limb, but niuiuly use uml skill, Are winners in this pastime of our Kiugf' -T710 Lam' 7YUllI'Ill,lflIle"llf. Siafty-threc T""W 2 4 ,:-:-:f:-'-rm: 1-:ago . , . .11-:5'g.:-:1'Q:fi' f,.P -..!H:.... 'I!a..'f,. jfunthall Fmmi-7i,1, A,,,,A,A,,,,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,A..,, C' aptain GI.Ass Loxomnuc SIWIITII FRAZIER BAmci-'oor SPENQER PAUL KADIE'l'CfIlI'lS HA M 1.r:'r A. DUN AVVA Y Bnowxi-t CARRANVA A' LIN It Nicnorsox SAVVYER JOLLY Cl:1'm'r Hr'nsoN NIAUM N ABR.AMs Drmn KELLY SENNNA MORGAN Sw AN Sc'A1'.ns Moria PONVELI, Football was aided greatly this year by the construction of a gridiron on the grounds of Broughton High School. This is the first athletic field to be owned by the schools. The coaching staff was strengthened this year by adding Ray Gregson from VVake Forest College as assistant coach. Mr. Gregson was all-state end at Wake Forest during his college days. He was nained to succeed Coach Spurloek as head coach when the latter resigned his post here at the close of the season. Raleiglrs teani was built, around tive letter men, who carried the brunt of the attack. The team was lacking in individual stars but worked more as a unit, showing more teain work than previously. Raleigh was defeated by Durhain in the east to give the eastern title to this tra- ditional foe. Grady Ferrell, Raleigh captain. was given all-state honors as a result of his con- sistent and hard playing all season. Si arty- f our Us Oi, Glmln' FPJR,lCl'lI,I,. Grady was captain of this 'year's team and piloted his ship in a good manner. His usual position was at fullback but he could double in the quarter- back position easily enough. Grady was a powerful plunging back. in good style the whole season. He was about where he played as guard. Seamon was an out- SEAMON Hlfnsox. Seamon played the strongest spot in Raleigh's line standing linesman. CL,uBo1tNE KPILIl1'. Claiborne was a rookie this year but played in veteran style. A good back. Emvann LoNuM11:.1+:. A center and year and was a good pivot man. a. good one. Longmire was a holdover from last VVILLIABI BA1:.1-:iroo'1'. Bill was a rookie who played in good style. He stood out as a strong lineman. Howlxizn Animiis. Howard was an outstanding lineman and he showed up well in all his games. SAMMY Parr. Sammy was a colorful back. A clever runner and passer-always alert. AL DUNAWAY. Al was another rookie who played in line style. He was a strong wingman. Rl'SSPII,L NlL'IilJLS4lN. Russell was a shining light in Raleigh's line. He was used a lot as kick-off man. JACKIE Glass. Jackie, an end, was one of the hardest players on the team. His end was never rounded. FRANK Jo1..I.r. Frank was a rookie who took his place in the first string backlield. Frank was a clever player and a good punter. Sixty-Jive f lv, 1 AXLQKQJ rhvblx cz, Il' H f 1 1 u...., Basketball HANNA ..., ..,.7.,v.,,,,,. .,,..,,, C ' 'aprain K.xM1c'1'c'11i:s Smrrn H.xnMoN Tnomrsox SIIERICILI, CIIAPELL Poli LINK AYCOL K liasketball made its debut this year under the direction of Spurlock and Gregson as coaches but closed the season under the coaching of Gregson after he was named head f-oach to sur-ceed the former upon his resignation. The team was left with little veteran stock of the previous year and it was necessary to rebuild the whole team. The team prec'eding' this year's was one of the best in the school's history. Winning the Eastern Championship. Raleigh met Charlotte at Chapel Hill and there was de- feated by the Queen City team. A 'rentlv not convinced they were beaten. Raleigh sent the team to the South- Dlld . Xtlantic' Tournament where the boys advanced to the finals, a step higher than the Charlotte team. They fell victims-to the team from Charleston, South Carolina, in the finals. Two of Raleiglrs players gained all South-Atlantic honors as a result of the splendid showing they made. Another was given honorable mention. This year's team was again successful in winning the Eastern Championship but was defeated by Charlotte at Chapel Hill. Raleigh entered the Annual State College Invitational Tournament this year and was defeated by Oxford in their sec-ond game. N iirfy-S i 17' its S K i A I 4? Q Gmmics HANNA, Grimes was the captain of this year's team. He guided the team to an Eastern Championship. Hanna was a consistent player and could always be de- pended on for some points. RI'ss1fl.L SHlc1c.1aI1.I.. Russell was a leader on this year's team. He was a good shot and fast on the floor. He worked well in the tean1's passing system this year. CHAlil.ll'Il Arcocic. Charlie was the star center and high scorer in many games this year. His aim was always good. He was unable to play in the tournament because of illness and this partly accounts for the team's loss. Tlliconoicrz CIi.xP1'm.i.. Chappell was a newcomer to the team but his playing in the Iirst few games stamped him as a player of the first rank. He was a fast iloorman and an accurate shot. PAN, KAlX'IPI7I'L'lll'I'S. This was Paul's Hrst year on the hardwood floor. He distinguished himself from the beginning 'by his hard, fast playing and became a regular. Paul was one of the outstanding players. Wri-r.1s T1IoM1'soN. Willis was a consistent player and a hard worker. He did good work last year and deserves much credit. SM Slimty-seven Q. ., F4-if e -wmwl , ,fy y A .,, . we 1 W f 4 all ' I ff, f 1 ' !"' 1'N 4 ,,, .. . . . fl af lkmyvfavlgwlv I W' ' 7 'H 'Y T ' 1 'XX f fo tt it JN , N' ' X ,VX f ' . y xv iauxmg X l 1 cl' . ' i ii' . D JACK .xxn AI. DUNAWM' ....,,, ...,.., C f0-Captai'n.t- Xl ' . R' Povxicn Wiciuirr Si-:xxx JOLL Y NI .x ssic Y Bnnnoics HANNA Fl'1ltlll'II.l. Hrnsox The most successful sport sponsored by the Raleigh Highs this year was boxing. While a comparatively new sport in the athletic make-up of the schools, boxing drew large crowds to each of the matches held here this year. The Cauliflower game was introduced into the High Schools three years ago as a means of physical training for a few boys of Broughton High School. The sport readily became a favorite, soon having enough followers to make possible a team. Mr. Johnson, athletic director. immediately volunteered to coach the boys. The first year of competition found Raleigh riding whirlwind fashion over all op- position. The second year of the sport gave Raleigh the State Championship in the first High School tournament held in North Carolina. This 'year's Raleigh defending champions lost their state title in the annual tourna- ment held at Chapel Hill. Wilson succeeded Raleigh as State Champions. Previous to the tournament. Raleigh lost two matches. Both of these were away from home. one at Wilson and the other at Roanoke Rapids. These losses were later revenged. Raleigh placed only one state champion this year in contrast to four the previous year. In two post-season engagements with Charlotte and Leaksville, Raleigh won each bout in decisive manner. Sixty-eight 3 ff Q at y L tv, QR , Q E gf , ? K I .-,fi f Q , V Q 6.5 N Q " 3 if if ff! I E ,K H 3 ye Q .l f me if in 'A V .f.:,.4gr:' 'Xi A Q' . , I , an 1 5 a ll r L g . FRANK .Io1.1.y. Jolly has made a notable record during his past three years on the boxing team. He won the state championship his second year and was practically as- sured of repeating this year but failed to make the weight of 125 pounds. He has the unique distinction of having defeated three of this year's state champions. JACK DI'N.xw.xr. Jack is a member of that trio known far and wide as the "Fighting Dunawaysf' He is ccrcaptain of this year's team, and has the most impressive record of any member of the team. Jack fights at 122 pounds and is a clever boxer. AL DVNAWAY. Al is a member of the "Fighting Dunawaysu and is co-captain, fighting in the 135 pound class. He has a good record in competition. Lately Al has had a tendency to fight to a draw but has been able to come through with a majority of wins. BILLY HANNA. Hanna is a classy fighter and goes out to win with the strike of the gong. His victories are all impressive and leave no doubt in the referees mind as to the winner. Billy keeps on his toes and is always alert. SEAMQJN Hrnsox. Seamon isn't a very colorful fighter, but he can nearly always be depended on for a victory. Hudson fights flat-footed and packs a mean punch. HARRY Biznnoifts. Harry is one of the most consistent fighters on the team. I-Ie nearly always comes through with a victory in the pinch. Harry fights in the 125 pound class. He has a long reach and is able to carry the fight easily. NM S'i.zfty-nine ggi-1 -if Baseball The 1931 baseball team presented by Raleigh was one of the strongest in recent years. The team fought its way to the Eastern Championship and then defeated Charlotte in the State Championship game. The Championship game was a thriller from start to finish, being a pitching duel between Reeves and the Charlotte twirler. Reeves allowed only two hits while his mates were getting four. The team won all of its other games and stamped itself as the best in recent history and was the first Raleigh team to vanquish a western team in competition on the athletic field in many years. Nearly all of the team was lost through graduation and it has been necessary to build this year's team from the ground up, as there are only three letter men returning. VV V454 Seventy S SSX w Ncfrelaly-om "Now," said the professor, "pass all your papers to the end of the rowg have a carbon sheet under each one, and I can correct all the mistakes at once."-The Columbils. HUDSON-BELK COMPANY Specializing in HIGH SCHOUL FASHIONS Visit us before you buy .... I Always a pleasure to show li you .... Always a warm l welcome awaiting you. . . Hix: "Why is it, Joe, that you always have a nice coat and a poor pair of pants?" Joe: "Why, Hix, you know darn well that 'you Can't Steal pants in a cafe." V Miss Beatty: "Define the word split." Hix: "Split is a horrid word, but it's worse in the seat. of your pants." TAYLGRV The Sfzou' Place of zhe Carolinas Starz right- Get the habit- TRADE AT TAYLOTVS The Leading Ready-to-Wear and Novelty Store in This Section Not experzlsive-But exclusive just a real good Store YLOR' Heel: How can you make anti-freeze? Toe: Easy-hide her pajamas.-Beanpot. Miss Clardy: "Give me a nickel, I want to call up a friend." Mr. Shaw: "Heres a dime-call up all of your friends." DO YOU EVER STOP TO THINK-- That your study hours would he limited to daylight--The conven- iences and pleasures in your home wry limited without the service ol' Carolina Power S1 Light Company WHILE YOU ARE YOUNG is the time to learn the value of Life Insurance Ask Dad how our endowment policies will help you save for tue time you will need funds most. OCCIDENTAL LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY Home Ollice RALEIGH. YORTH CAROLINA Jimmy: Oli, look at the rhinoceros, Willie: That ain't no rliinoceros. Tll3t'S a hippopotamus. Can't you see it ain't got no radiator cap? "What made the General sick at the party?" "Things in general." PEACE, A Junior College for Women Raleigh, North Carolina For the Education and Culture of Young Women I. JUNIOR COLLEGE WORK: a. Two Year College Teacher Courses. li. Two Year Courses with Home Economics Electives. c. Two Year Courses with electives in Music, Voice, Violin. d. 'l'wo Year Standard College Courses which permit entrance to Junior Class in all of our leading colleges and universities. II. COMMERCIAL and SECRETARIAL COURSES: a. One Year Commercial Course-Gregg System. h. Two Year Commercial Course-Gregg Syslem. III. HIGH SCHOOL COURSES. IV. SPECIAL INDIVIDUAL COURSES in ART, EX- PRESSION, PIANO, VOICE, and VIOLIN. An invitation is extended to all lVIorson and Broughton girl graduates to investigate Peace before making their plans to attend college. We have adequate facilities for their comfort at Peace, and our large nuin- ber of Raleigh girls in attendance from year to year is a source of pride to us. For literature, address, WILLIAM C. PRESSLY, President PEACE, A JUNIOR COLLEGE FOR WOMEN Raleigh, North Carolina THREE WANTS Attendant at filling station: Here comes another I. W. W. customer. Loafer: What's that? Attendant: A motorist who wants Information, Wind and Water. "My gi-rl's like a shot gun shell." "Howzat?" "Shes half powder and half shot." MEREDITH COLLEGE A Standard Four-Year College for Young Women l. COURSES OF STUDY ai. Arts and Sciences. leading to the Ali. degrceg a full course in home economics. h. Music. leading to the B.S. degree. c. Art may be taken as a major in the A.B. degree. There is no preparatory department.- 2. RECOGNITION a. By the University of North Carolina. lr. Member of the Association of Colleges and Secondary Schools of the Southern States. c. Graduates entitled to membership in the Association of University Yvomen. d. On the list of colleges approved by the Association of American Universities. MEREDITH COLLEGE is a Christian institution. founded and supported hy the Baptist Slate Convention of North Carolina. The atmosphere pervad- ing the campus and classrooms is distinctively Christian. For calalog or furilzer I'Ilf'0l'IlIllfi0I1, Il7l'l-IC CHARLES E. BREWER, Presidemt RALEHLH, N. C. Student to History Instructor: "What would have happened if Mahatma Gandhi had reached for a Luckie instead of a sheet?" IN THE ROUGH Man with a. Beard: I want a haircut. singe and shampoo. I want my moustache clipped, and beard trimmed, andvvfer-where can I put this 4-igar? Barber: Would you mind keeping it in your mouth, sir? lt'll be a sort of a land- lIl3l'k.-nqfl'PfIfll077I ZVGNFS. One of North Carolina's F i n e 5 t Department Stores BOYLAN-PEARCE COMPAN Y Ruleiglzis Shopping Center LEWIS SPORTING Superior Printing GOODS CO. Mitchell Printing Co. High School and College Outfitters VIICIGPIIOIIFS I8-2040 SPALDING SPGRTS H5-l I7 Hargett Sl. RALEIGH, N. C. RALEIGH. N. C. Miss Runnion: "If you were a Russian in the time of Lenin and were given 35500 what would 'you do?" Julian Lloyd: "I'd have my beard shaved." Policenian tangrilyl: "When I blew the whistle, why didn't you stop?" Mabel York: "You whistled so beautifully, I just had to go on for fear you would stop." W P T F at Raleigh National. Loral anfl NBC Chain Clients liave been using this Station with prolilivlfliy not investigate? 1000 Wang Western Electric Radio and Rr'proa'zu'ing Equipment Seeds, Plants Bulbs and Fertilizer Garden Furniture Lawn and Garden Supplies Poultry Supplies Hardware JOB P. WYATT 81 SONS COMPANY S325 ancl 327 S. Wiliniiigtoii Street Bynum Printing Co. BETTER PRINTING l'l1onf-s 692-O93 liAl,l'llGH, N. C. J. J. FALLON CO. flncorporatedb Florists Corsages, Bouquets Cut Flowers, Decorations Funeral Designs and Sprays Graduation and Recital Flowers Phone 4070 203 Fayetteville Street We Crow the Flowers We Sell "Just making pants for poor little orphans," explained young Williaiii as he gleefullv continued to slide down the banisters.-Ameriearn Boy. Smart: How far from the answer to the first Crack: About four S92llS.-.'llIlPl'lf'fHl Buy. question vs ex e x Ollq WHITING-HORTON IU lfasl Marlin Street H iglrl brlzlool anfl College men like lhe newest styles in Clothing al- ways found at llzis store. QUALITY JEWELRY WATCHES DIAMONDS SILVERWARE GIFTS .iiififw We are zlgenls for llle well- known firm of AUIJIYS, Inc., lllHlllll'3i'lllFf"l'S of Fine Class Rings annl College Jewelry. 1 L " ' v L va e - I - ,I 'Laffy' slit 1 JEWKLERS SILVERSNITHS DIAMOND EXPERTS Ili Colnbinefl Carolina Cleaners Howardls Cleaners Dry Cleaning, Pressing, Dyeing, Altering II6 Harrison Ave. ...,.. Telephone 4067 IOS W. HHIQIGII St. .... .Telephone 3270 OUR XIOTTO: Uzlorlvsx llnorlr of flu' Highest Quality flflfl PVUNIIII. Courteous Ser1'1'r'e SEE AT LEAST One Goorl Slmw Every Weelr anrl of Course at the STATE zz PALACE CAPITOL I'lIBI,IX-KINCEY THEATRES You remind me of the sea." Why? Because I'm wild, restless, and l'0I11Ell1tlfY?" Nope, just because you make 1116 sick."-A'meri1'n'11 Boy. Lawyer, in his office on the twentieth fi Plient: Oh, I came np on the elevator oor: And who brought you up? Na'la'1'lerI The Shop That Every llrwg-S T0ilf2ffif2S P,'eSf'I'ilIti0flS h'l'f'I'Vl'fllI'lI32' Ilia Sz'l1.oolg1'1'1s Wear ,lllrrlys .'yf'll'. Snmrl Things af Svllsilnle l,l'l'f'l'S Coats. Dresses. Hats Unrlies anrl Accessories ELLISBERCXS R!lll'l.r.Q'lI-S SllIfII'll'XI Shop 126 l7axellr-ville Street ECKERDS "Cl'e11lo1's of Rf'U.Yl!IlfllJ1l,' Drug lll'I.l'l'Su FOUNTAIN AND LUNCHEONETTE A SERVICE RALEIGH, N. C. FOTO ART SHOP Your friends can b u y everything but your Picture. Have yours made by artists at the FOTO ART SHOP Carland C. Norris 81 Company ,, X f r if -Y ,gr ea: ' ? X l X! Xl, ,, Wholesale Distributors Of DIXIE CUPS Look for the New Tinted Dixie at your Soda Fountain Miss Wright: "Mary Helen, go wash your fave and neck." Mary Helen: "Neck who, Miss VVright?" Mr. Shaw: "Margaret, bring me a wrench!" Miss Britt: "A monkey wrench, sir?" H. W. PETERS COMPANY, INC. BOSTON, MASS. Class Rings-Pins-Emblems Fraternity Jewelry Favors-Invitations J. H. MILLER, P. O. Box 877, District Manager Durham, N. C Pollyanna: "What did Paul Revere Say when he finished his famous ride?" E. Park: "I'1l bite." Pollyannaz "Whoa," Miss Christian: "Where do you live?" Key Scales: "We moved." 'AWN W Wx YZ!!! xxx? tif kk! B aa if X Qfa ,ew :mmm is ffffm I X 15? , vmmwxeewsuss Ek 'X 1 1' 'ef , 'l"' FX it tw- ff '-JN,:2..-- s'-S73 u .I "QV V Q 'FX '- E'521252:1525252555252-cl:-: 'HSL' WZ 5 1 . "1Q:2:Q:Q:Q:Q:Q:f:i:f:3-E' '-. Z' ff -QS 4 ':2:2:5:a:- f .fx Qi I5 2 is-1' 1:21211-.- ,2:1'1f -1 '- 2 Liieiiii' 521 '4'?L: 'W 7-::':'L7. ' :T:3:1:3I:' -: -, '. 11- " 5:-. 3' .- - -' ' Ps. gag ,gi5iQE2ii25222Ef' . L54 ,g'1i,1. jlzggig 1- ,-:::1:3:::3::1" S' 'L '-.-11.232-:-:-:3'-:-. A..--:-V-13...-.-A:-:5:E:E:Eg:: 552.25 :F . if "HE .- .. ...Z:1" YLNN rf, -1-11.:2:3:1g1rggg:a:5:5:-:- -' ,NN -Q . o f ,1 . ---. ........- .--- ,................. .... ......,...:.. V, ' ' .... ,. -,xx 1 1 as vl. A X ff fl'-'7'l0l!il'ff2II63ttliE9AE!tXSKl9.tcSiYQQt5Jx52k STUDENTS! Come to Boon-Iseley's for Lunch H. M. H. S. SPECIALS and HOUR OWNU SANDWICHES Boon-Iseley Drug Co. The Rexall Store Phone 95 THE STUDENTS' HAVOC Dizor's Pharmacy Fountain Drinks, Candies Medicines and Cigarettes Comer Bloodworth and Lane Raleigh, N. C. Watch, fewelry and Fountain Pen Repairing, Diamond Setting H. W. COLWELL Jeweler and Optometrist 10 West Martin Street NWear Clean Clothes" Ideal Cleaning Co. Phones: 262-263 "None better, few as good" O Wiggins Drug Store for 66S6T'lJIiC6 with a Smilev Call Phone 2236 or 1 190 MANGEUS Ready-to-W ear Shop For the Smartly Dressed Woman 124 Fayetteville Street Raleigh, N. C. Miss Beatty: "Kenlon, have you read your Monday's lesson?" Kenlon: "No I have not." Miss Beatty: "Have you read Tuesdays lesson?" Kenlon: "No I have not." Miss Beatty: "Then what have you read?" Kenlon: 'AI have red hair." Judge: "Who was driving when you collided with that car" Bud Black: "None of us, we were all in the back seat." Mitchell Funeral Home KINCORPORATEDJ Funeral Directors, Ernbalmers AMBULANCE SERVICE 222 West Hargett Street Phone 4-288 Lady Assistant Raleigh, N. C. W. L. Brogden Co. Fresh Fruit for Health WHOLESALE FRUIT S and PRODUCE 4-09-15 W. Martin Street Raleigh, N. C. Intensive Business Training For High School Graduates Shorthand, Bookkeeping, Typewriting, Penmanship, Filing and all Business Subjects. Write or Call for information. MISS HARDBARGER'S SECRETARIAL SCHOOL Fayetteville Street Telephone 24-53 Raleigh, N. C. A GRADUATION GIFT And a good companion down the years- A WRIST WATCH By Elgin, Bulova, Helbros, Illinois or Hamilton LAND'S Leading Credit Jewelers I03 Fayetteville Street J. C. BRANTLEY Druggist Telephone Nos. 14 and I5 Masonic Temple Raleigh Nash Co. Sales and Service EXPERT REPAIRING We Never Close l IF F Y GRILL A Good Place to Eat 24 W. Hargett Street Phone 3231 PHONE 503 We Call for and Deliver SHU-FIXERY Best Shoe Work in the City I2' E. Hargett Street Raleigh, N. C. Miss Branch: "What is pork?" Roland Danielson: "Pork is the meat we get from porcupinesf' il. Sam Leager: "Do you tl k will ever t t th g NI P tt Y I 1 1 k d ' " es, i' The Photographs in This Annual YVere Made by DUNBAR 81 DANIEL 132 Fayetteville Street RALEIGH, NORTH CAROLINA W e Specialize in SCHOOL ANNUAL PHOTOGRAPHY FINE PORTRAITS Prompt Service Complim ents of WRIGHTS BARBER SHOP Three First Class Barbers 70015 Glenwood Avenue THE VOGUE Shop for Men S U I T S 12.50 to 28.50 1022, Discount to Students lVIcLeod 81 Watson Co. F e a t u r i n g Hart Sehaffner 81 Marx 2 Pants 6'Prep" SUITS IVIARTINS, INC. 305 Fayetteville Street A Smart Shop for Men and Young Men Didjatellusz "Did 'yo take ether Do: "No, who tea h t First Horse: "Who was that nag I saw you with last night?" becond Horse: "That was no nag, that was a nightmare." For Your School and Dress Shoes See ROSCOE-GRIFFIN SHOE CO. Meet Your Friends at Pat7s Service Station and Dope Shop 219 Brooklyn PINE STATE CREAMERY Co. SAFE MILK and ICE CREAM Pasteurizea' for Your Protection Corner Tucker Street Sz Glenwood EFIRDS W ish you much success through life Jakie Glass: When is a hen a rooster? Seaman Hudson: I don't know. Jakie Glass: When it's on a roost. Actor: I played to an apprecia- tive crowd last night: not one of the audience walked out. Actress: Yes: I heard you gave a benefit performance at the peniten- tiary.-A merican, Boy. Elizabeth Dees: Hayes, what part do you take in school? Hayes K.: I'm a halfback. E. 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