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

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Latin Club, 1-2. H LONA RUBY BAILEY Ii lLRed?Y I Dramatic Club, 3-4. Glee Club, 3-4. Home Economics Club, 3-4. ,, French Club, 4. ,. rl .1 S IVIAR1' CArEu.s Bizoooas ll' ,. - A- , Us '1 " ll! A ' 5 f- H11 95 sf l' ,-X Girls Athletic Association, 2. i V . f , ,i 1,5 A' 0 0 V' l .ld l l MQW' I 1 1 s, N lr 'i' l , 1 A- , I . N My f J H. i , w 11,1 1, iw f'g.4'5,, 4 4 l.,:,wv,y' I ' ,ftp ff, l le 1 .4 l. . 1 1 at-ml! . ip-::g,lll'N " WI'-f-F-1. ' ' ,, ',. ., , w Mgyif! l 1 ,',..v"'5'-WX' llfwm' . J "P-" ' Sf cyl' 'l ,- .Ffgi ?z2 - '-'Yak ff r' .-:W-" lg Zfrfgffllblf ,111-" . ,- 1 ff, f , ,jijfg-347331, , ' L 7 ,q,, ' --- L,-1 ffl' .'.', 'Z'?f '-5 .V - 5 - ' . - Q7 "1" f" '2I'-i:.z"-.'-f4:ff?f'?'.- if - -f ' e.fl'l 4-112. " zl- .V f ' ii - ' 4? 1 T - Eleven X Q . :pq I I A f ll - ig I Z ' ,. E Q 'N X I I "A WII.LlAM BI-:rrs ' 4 ..Bm., L l Glee Club, 2. ' ,' st-if-nt-tt Club, 2. , ,Il lv MARIIIIA VICTORIA BARRETT "Marti" I Girls Ahletic Association. 2-3-4. Girls Baseball Team, 1-2-3-4. . Basketball Team. 1-2-3-4. H Dramatic Club, 1-2-3-4, I Science Club, 1-2-3-4. Glee Club, 1-2-3. Latin Club, 1-2. Girl Reserves, 1-4. Student Council, 1-2. PAISLE-Y BROWN l "Sticky" Dramatic Club, 4. . Junior Dramatic Cluh, 1. Glee Club. 1-2-3-4. , Marshal, 2. X, Science, 1-2-3. 1 I-Ii-Y. 3-4. i Boy Scouts, 1-2. Josephus Daniels Liierary Society, 2-3-4. . ., EvF.I.rN BRIGGS -I. , l q uNitv1 I l .N . . Athletic Association, 1-2-3-4, President, 1-2. ,x 3 Girl Reserves. 1-2-3, Treasurer, 3. 11' - J Science Club, 2-3. l ,, Home Economics Club, 3. ii Glee Club, 4. ' Treasurer of Junior Class, 3. IDL! l ' l Senior Play, 4. ,li Dramatic Club, 3, gm . 4' I' MARGARET BREWER A "Sophie" if , Science Club. 1. lx I, Dramatic Club, 3. I ff A Home Economics Club, 3-4, President, 4. '- Representative State Federation Home Economics Clubs. l Athletic Association, 2. ll Office, 4. Annual Staff, 4. I X -CI-IARLIQS RICHARD BROWNING i -Ience Club. 1-2-3. ,Q Latin Club. 2. 1-X Rifle Clu 4 wif Vg -- 2 , .i Twelve il" MTU PAK --fr I I ' 1 I X 'I h W.ll.I.1AM BRIIIGEFORTH I ! KlBilly,7 ,' Josephus Daniels Literary Society, 3-4. ii' Science Club, 2-3. lx' Dramatic Club, 2. Latin Club, 2. VIIKGINIA CARJREINTER ji "Gina" il Girl Reserves, 1-2-3-4, President. 4. l Latin Club, 2. Glee Club, 4. Dramatic Club, 4. I Science Club, 1-2-3-4. Girls Athletic Association, 2-3. I Senior Play, 4. Student Council, 3-4. ,I ANNIE? JEAN Cooruia , ' I 3, -V.-,,' ' ua lf" -.-- Girl Reserve Club, 1-2-3-4. A , I, Girls Athletic Association, 4. I , Giee Club, 3-4. ' , 3 French Club, 4. "1"' Q,f:"i.'-5:'z' . " I Exerion Literary Society, 3-4. ' "ili"i' I-II If if V :I . I EDYVIN CoMBs I ,I Glee Club, 1-4. Y M , I Science Club, 1-3. i I i Student Council, 4. 'si Litel-ai-Y Society, 3. M b J. I Jw' 4.93-7fHf fffii'-7f'ff - Y I III - . . . , . . I V f HI HATUL Lon Clurtnriz 6 N 14 'I " :aff I f'- ' I Dramatic Club, 2-3. , , Glee Club, 2-3. I Operetta., 3-4. I I' Home Economics Club, 3. Assistant Librarian, 1-2-3-4. 0 . . II French Club, 4. u. . 'N Girls Athletic Ass ciation, 3. i""jJ ' l' ' In 'Il' MARY ELizA1sEf1'H CONRAD X CKLi'bYl , 4' K 1 ,. Athletic Association, 1-2-3-4. W f il, M " 1- 5' Girls Baseball Team, 1-2-3-4. ll I X ' Basketball Team, 1-2-3-4. lg 5 f Ag Dramatic Club, 1 2-3-4. 1 I ' Px Science Club, 2-3-4, Glee Club, 1-i.-3. 4 ef 1 M414 i 1 t - Senior Play, 4. I ' Q TX Latin Club, 1-3. - Xi " I. , Girl Reserves, 1-4. MMQ ,Lf Student Council, 1-2. ,um rf, ' Junior Play, 3. I ' 5 ." .46 ..- Editor School Newspaper, 4. , il, f fb I - 1 .. P.. WZ' .fr -rf H, lv 1 It x . V, ' ,QZQW 'il , I N ,- fit-"'f' I. I nf ..1,mf.A..- I-. Q :I ii I A-ri, l l' i 'I' i '?iliZ, ' ' 1-T ,If 1 Y fl "N, Nr. :,...3v-,,Qil.xK 'lhffqqwm "'- 54451. I 1 af' 'ii' -'P - 1 v hx- vx X ' " N'-1. If,f2f',2,Ef'f3g5--",' Elfiwl -lg . 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' 'irl Athletic Awociatiou, 3 . Q, S . 1 Representative State Fed. Home .-if Fourteen l 1 v Q A N l Mimi, A. -f .fx ,, RICYIIAIID NATHANIEL EDWARDS Q f "Dick" ii Josephus Daniels Literary Society, 1-2-3-4. Science Club, 2-3-4. Sergeant-at-Arms, 3, Chairman of Grounds Committee, 2. Student Council, 2. German Club, 3. JAMES EDVVARD D1cK1NsoN, Ji: JOHN DOXVNING , "Fatso" M ' w Dramatic Club, 2-3-4. .1 Hi-Y, 4. Boy Scouts, 1-2-3-4 ,L 1 .L- RHYLMA MAI!-IE EVANS Girl Reserves, 1-2-3-4. Science Club, 3. Home Economics Club, 2. WALDO C. ELLEN "Cock Robin" X Baseball Team, 3-4. Boxing Manager 3-4 xXx .,., Fifteen I I r" ", , I "T W-1" Sfa C1'6'44.1'u , 1 ,ll ,i 4 , KKEd7! Science Club, 1-2-3. ,, Glee Club, 2. , feee Vogt, :aa 5 My MAR-X' Louise DAVIS "John" Girl Reserves, 1. 'O-f Home Economics, 3-4. il Girls Athletic Club, 2. A Mft," f' ' W r ,J U , ,Q we-" l ,A .., Senior Play, 4. I . Junior Play, 3, , Science Club, 2. gf 9" F D J" 1, ' 4 .1 will - .1 . . i ,y,:.,. l.,,yiv'-'gd X ,X 1 l MW M 5 i - i FRiANl'E'S EMANUEL II Girls Athletic Association. 2-3-4. 'J I Press Reporter, 4. ' Latin Club, 2-3. Science Cub, 1-2-3-4. ' Girl Reserves. 1-2-33 Vice President, 11. it Exerion Literary Society, 3-4. ' iii Senior Play. 4. 'I Junior Play, 3. ' ' Dolcorur HII.iLEUASS FINCH Q llD0tN Dramatic Club. 3-4. Girl Reserves, 1-2-3-4. l Glee Club, 2-3-4. Girls Athletic Association, 3-4. ' Latin Club, 1. French Club, 4. , ANNIE Louisa FARRIS i uA1n i E Glee Club, 1-2-3-4. ii Girl Reserves, 1-2. ' Exerion Literary Society, 3-4. , Vice President, 4. i Librarian, 4. R' i Science Club. 2. I Girls Athletic Association, 2-3. ,' ELIZABETH Fos'rER 'ii i ll 1 A lj nLibvv l JV' Girl Reserves, 1-2. Science Club. 2-3. " Latin Club, 2. 31" Girls Athletic Association, 2. ii Exerion Literary Society, 3-4. il President, 4. i Annual Statf, 4. Ll' 'll in Q ' QJWJV Aw Q W ,B C Minimum FURGURSON ,,, , WJ' UMW, N, , French Club, 4. vhs! Girls Athletic Association, 4. I WILLIAM HENRY GA1:L1NG'ro v Bunch Club, 4. Sergeant-at-Arms Student Council. 4. X N Chairman of Elections Committee. 4 Boxing Squad, 3. - Sixteen Y Mm AAA A .X- I . THOMAS MORGAN GRAHAM lsT0mmy1v - Junior Play, 3. Basketball Team, 3-4. Dramatic Club, 4. Boys Glee Club, 4. Hi-Y, 4. Treasurer of Senior Class, 4. Ev1a:.I.YN MARJORIE4 GRADY lKEvell Girls Athletic Association, 3-4. Home Economics Club, 4. LEJLA ESTHER. GRAY Girls Athletic Association, 2-3. Glee Club, 4. Home Economics Club, 4. Girl Reserves, 2. JAMES HINI-is Adi-a MARY ELO-Iss HARRINGTON Npugn Dramatic Club, 2-3. Glee Club, 2-3-4. Girl Reserves, 2-3. Athletic Association, 2-3-4. Science Club, 2-3. Latin Club, 4. MARVTHA HAMLET Q Zz 612:52-4 Seventeen 1 'X Tl FA! 'll 55' Vs! l.1'L'h'. i 'Q fl 59.13 .1 ' 7 6 f HA11-JL KA1111R1x1 Howxcl 11 Honey omo l't0l10Il1lLN Club 3 Xthletlc' Axsouatlon Glrl Rebelxes 1 WILLIAM Hfxwmxs B1lly ROBIIN Pom-: Hoon H1 Y 4 Hlgh School Band 1 2 3 4 Hlgh School Orchestra 2 3 4 French Club 4 MAR1 H1cKs John Lfuls Athletlc ASSOLIZUOU Home Fconomlca Club .3 Glee Club 3 4 I atm Klub 4 Env 11 H ARGRA1 In HILRITAGE Sclence Club 2 3 hemh Club '3 4 Rliie Club 3 4 WILLIALI Hn NAB 'r KIBIHU Glee Cluh, 4 H1 Y, 4 B05 Scouts, 1 2 3 X Football Team, 3 4. lx Eighteen if X mi rag A . X I . 1 . ,tv i V s I" 'M Q K , ' 9 ' FRANKLIN HARWARD A tfyi h oy cou-s, - - - . 5 I . 'I B S 1 1 2 3 4 'vi ' Class Prophet. 4. Eflrjl i Junior Play, 3. A fi" , Science Club, 3-4. Q , l President, 4. if I M! , 12410, xv J' 15' ll l I l I i til' 4. limi 1 Student Council, 4. Chairman House Committee, 4. Senior Dramatic Club, 4. Josephus Daniels Literary Society, 3-4. Press Reporter, 3-4. Hi-Y, 4. EssIE AVEILLA KELL1' "Irish" Home Economics Club, 1-2-3-4. Latin Club, 2-3. Exerion Literary Society, 2-3-4. Girls Athletic Association, 2-3. MYRA FRANCES KEINH'0N Home Economics Club, 4. Science Club, 2-3. Girl Reserves, 1. ...rw fm- : T , CLAIBORNE M. KELLY in , Football, 2-3-4. ' ,, Baseball, 3-4. li. I, - ' ".V 'lj . il l 9 fiafdik' l' 'I y f li . J x Zz-if W bl DELIA DRUCILLA KooNcE We 4,4 -I-47 '67 I raDru1i Junior Play, 3. I if, 4 ' 1 iii 1 l I , - JOHN ROBERT KING , l W Y 'A 'Z 1 u 1: V 4 g' Bob ,. .ll Y W Zi Science Club, l. -' 1, 4 ,-X olee Club, 2-3-4. Q, .id Q r Q Q. ,.?.,..sL,ff li A f h i Amir V , , "9 1 I 2 L f ' ' H si l ff' l . I I ,if .. 11 'I I I- . ,K X N 51 a y.Al'21 , libwgsi 1 Jo.. , .amrfk l - ,wer il' ' '1'4.fl'41'iQ7ir v--:rg gi' I I ,...Mf,:,- Q'i4-.L-ixux 32,3 L wx 4115, 4 ' fl,-!121,..,s-T 5 -.xx X1x I ' - -.fffi ip? -XX KM ar.,-4+ - Q52 T' f ' ' ryil-' . , , 6 T- I. !:l pl ' 'f' ".' 'V 752I'44i.44"ff4gr:'??'4"'-f if ' - .. - " 'yfff ?"'53ilff I 1 1. ,gg I ,, . - ....-f L- .f Z, - Q , 1, . - ff 1- . L -- ' eff' - 11 , ,. -- f-7.2 M , , '52, Nineteen Sr vp' 1 , 01" tif' -- rj A yf f , ,., ,ep L.4 . j ' ,Q,4Aff,QL4!J ll K!!! 0 is ami ea Z 1 Q4 ,-9? ,,ggv"2-'I il Q Twenty ' Hi j I In ETHEL AMANDA LYON 7 4 Girl Reserves, 2-3-4. l Glce Club, 4. , Science Club. 2. I Latin Club, 2-3. ' ill Girls Athletic Association, 2-3. 1' 1. WADE C. LEWIS, JR.. Josephus Daniels Literary Society, 3-4, President, 4. Hi-Y Club, 4, Dramatic Club, 2-3-43 Treasurer, 4. Science Club, 2-3. I Band, 1-2-3-4, Orchestra, 3. Annual Staff, 35 Student Council. 37 German Club, 3. Junior-Senior Plays, 3-43 N. C. Musical Contest, 4. u ELIZABNETH ADELEL L-ASSITER i ' "Skinny" Glee Club, 3-4. Girls Athletic Association, 3-4. H Home Economics Club, 4. V Dramatic Club, 3. I , ti - FLORENCED OD11-1 LEE rx Secretary of Class, 2. Girls Athletic Association, 2-3-4, Secretary 3, l Junior Play, 3. if Treasurer Student Council, 4. 5 Vice President Senior Class. fill ,l v, all S. WADE MARK, JR. ifa Science Club, 1-2. l Josephus Daniels Literary Society, 1-2-3-4 Junior Dramatic Club, Vice President, 13 President, 2. Hi-Y, 4, Debating Team, 3-4. , Assistant Cheer Leader, 43 Boy Scouts, 1-2, ,l , Senior Class President, Fall Term, 4. ' Tennis Teamg Latin Club, 2-3, Vice President, 3. Chairman Program Committee. l WALTER LONGMIRE EX Q I!!! mime - 4 VIRGINIA DARE MOORE Girls Athletic Association, 2-3. x ANNIE ELIZABETH MCKNIGHT ' lshibvl Girls Athletic Association, 2-3-4. Science Club, 2-3-4. German Club, 3. ELIZABETH MOORE KATHERINE MARTIN ccKat7l Girl Reserves, 1-2-3-4. Girls Athletic Association, 2-3-4. Assistant Group Leader, 3. Glee Club, 1-2-3-4. Junior Class President, 3. Assistant Editor of LATIPAC, 3. Circulation Manager of LATIPAC, 4. Cheer Leader, 4. Senior Play, 43 Dramatic Club, 2. Debating Team, 3-45 Exerion Literary Society, If.-KTHERINE' METCALF "Katrinka" Girl Reserves, 1-2-3-4, ,President, 3. Latin Club, 25 Dramatic Club, 1-2-3-4. Science Club, 1-2-3-4, Treasurer, 3. Girls Athletic Association, 2-3. Glee Club, 1-2-3-43 Operetta, 3. Senior Play, 4, Junior Marshal, 3. President State Student Council Congress, 4. Student Council, 3-45 Chairman J.-S. Banquet. State Contest Play. President of Senior Class, Spring Term, 4. AKERS MOORE fi HMO., Band, 1 2-3-4. Glee Club, 4. Dramatic Club, 1-2-3. Hi-Y, 3-4. Boy Scouts, 1-2. Golf Team 4 4 li'Oiw,Q, ,f "-1 C"'?-?f.?,.'-. -gil, Twenty-one X . x I t ,VF !iJf JL TWA! KATHERINE MASON Exerion Literary Society, 2-3-4. Girls Athletic Association, 2-3-4. President, 4. Girl Reserves, 1-2. Dramatic Club, 3. Science Club, 1-2-3, MARY YORK NE.AI. "Chubby" Girls Athletic Association, 3-4. Dramatic Club, 3-4. Girl Reserves, 4. French Club, -L CATHERINE MORR.IS NOELL lKKayll Dramatic Club, 2-4. Science Club, 2-4. Glee Club, 2. Girl Reserves, 3-4. Junior Play, 3. Senior Play, 4. Girls Athletic Association, 1-2-3-4. ROGER A. NORMAN "Old Man" Hi-Y, 3--1. French Club, 4. Football, 4. Dramatic Club, 2-3. Boy Scouts. 1-2-3. Student Council, 1-2-3-4, Latin Club, 1-2 ARCH BRADSHER NEWI30I.D Student Council 3-4, Vice President. 33 President 4 'N Josephus Daniels Literary Society, 3-4. Program Chairman, 4. Triangular Debate, 3-4, Science Club, 1-23 Latin Club, 1-2g Frenrh Club 12 Hi-Y, 3-45 Treasurer, 4. MARGARET J. OXVEN Home Economics Club, 3-43 Press Reporter 3 Vice President, 4. State Secretary State Federation Home Econ Clubs Literary Society, 2-33 Vice President, 3. Student Council, 1-33 Press Reporter, 3 Girls Athletic Association, lg Recording Girl Reserves, 1-2. Daniel Boone Historical Contest, 2-3, American Legion Oratorical County-District, 43 State, 4. President Sophomore Class, 23 Editor W If X rf V, f Y Q' LATE WA! , f I" K ff C- 1' WW f If , 67 11,1 ' ff ZAJXXI X M 4444 4 A f r JAMES LEONARD PEARCE, JR. Latin Club. Science Club. MARY ALICE POTTER K6Pug.l! Girls Glee Club, 1-2-3-4. Home Economics Club, 3-4. Operetta, 1-2. Vice President of Glee Club, 2. M.3RY LOUISE PARKER "Country" Girl Reserves. 1-2-3. Girls Athletic Association, 3-4. Q Senior Dramatic Club, 3-4. V. Science Club, 2-3. Glee Club, 4: Latin Club, 2. Home Economics Club, 3-4. .loke Editor of Annual, 4. DoRo'rHv MlL1'0N PREWOST llD0tlY , Girl Reserves, 1-2-43 Secretary, 1. Joke Editor of Annual, 4. Exerian Literary Society. 3-4. Senior Dramatic Club, 4. Latin Club, 25 Science Club, 2-3-4. Student Council, 2. ,ATWV Junior Play, 35 Senior Play, 4. " . . QM' -.U '-"' MARY SMEDES POXINER MMMQJ U., uD,ynan1iten ,y,f1,Qj',,g, X 'fjif-L,1 A J 1 ' 1 I. Dramatic Club, 2-3-43 Vice President, 2-3 44, fVls'3 SIL! '--Vijay Qi I Reporter, 4. f , ,, I Girls Athletic Association, 1-2-3-4, 'P '5'L"'U"L'l'l' 'NL '-'Aki "R Girl Reserves, 4. Q . , 4 1' J , U Student Council, 4. will fl' ' C 1' is l- WA'- Chairman of Social Committee, 4. Girls Glee Club, 2-3. Senior Play, 4. NANCY PATE Girl Reserves, 2-3. Latin Club, 2. Girls Athletic Association, Science Club, 2-3-4. Art Club, 4. Riding Club, 4. Ai - - fn Twenty-three 'x If MI ME if I ROBER.T PONTON ,I "Ponton" Hi-Y, 4. . Josephus Daniels Literary Society, 3-4. ' I Boy Scouts, 1-2-3-4. f III i Senior Play, 43 Stage Manager, 2-3-4. Il , Dramatics Club, 2-3-4. 5' I VIRGINIA DILLON PHELPS "Jinks" I Girls Reserves, 1-2. I Exerion Literary Society, 2-3-4: Treasury, 4. - Latin Club, 1-23 Science Club, 2, French Club, 4. Girls Athletic Association, 1-2. , I- LATIPAC Staff, 4. Home Economics Club, 4. ' I I I I 1 THELLMA LEE PIERCE HT. P." I Girls Athletic Association, 3-4. 'I Glee Club, 3. ,' 1 Home Economics Club, 4. I QI IAEI X MARY SUE PERRY ,CI Girl Reserves, 1. M Girls Athletic Association, 2-3-4. , Basketball, 3-4, Captain, 3. Qi Glee Club, 4. Home Economics Club, 2-3-4. 'II' Il I S. G. RIGGS ip., I HS G H Glee Club, 2-3-45 Vice President, 4. I Dramatic Club, 4, President, 4. Science Club, 2. I Annual Staff, 4. ' Hi-Y, 3-4. , Senior Play, 43 Junior Play, 3. -' Band, 1-21 Business Manager, 2. NELLIE RUSSELL ,Tix XY I sw ,,. . Twenty-four fN ATI FA J - l .,. ,. I X gr.-sf. . . 4t MARGARIET REBECCA RIIJIJLE .H Home Economics Club, 2-3-4. M' Athletic Association. 1-2'3. I., Science Club, 1. STEWART SPENCER Art Editor of LATII-AC, 4. Boy Scouts, 1. Calcndnr Committee Student Council, 4. HAZEL ELIZABETH SANDERSON "-Chick" Girls Athletic Association, 3-4. Home Economics Club, 4. xim- if CARL BAXTER SPENCER Science Club, 2-3. Literary Society, 3. Hi-Y, 4. German Club, 3. Football, 4. MARGARET ELIZABETH SMITY . "Smitty" Treasurer Athletic Association. Science Club: Home Economics Club: Glee Club. Operetta. Girl Reservesg Girls Athletic Association. Captain Baseball Team. D. W. SMITH "Smith" g- Latin Club, 2. G-1 Boxing Tournament, 1. Josephus Daniels Literary Society, 1. Student Council, 4. 9- .- Twenty-tive . MTH eo Z 'ii X i ' I Il X 4 l JAMES M. STEPHENSON L "Jimmy" ' N 'fl 1 . " li - Pig? 1 m 1' JAMES F. STEELE l Science Club, 1. 1 s -4 ,V Rifle Club, 4. f an l JENNIE LUCILLE SUMNER l i GlJiml! J t Girl Reserves, 1-2-3-4. W Girls Glee Club, 4. ' ,i Latin Club. 2. : Girls Athletic Association. ' Home Economics Club, 1. l ii l ll E ALFRED TEMPLETON. JR. , urlxernpu Band, 2-4. .ji Josephus Daniels Literary Society, 4. l ' Boy Scouts, 2-3. . ill ill CHARLES TWIDDY MW, "Deacon" Hi-Y, 4. 3 ' Science Club, 2-3. 5' Glee Club, 3. g Manager Football. W ' Literary Society, 3. I German Club, 3. -l MILDREQD L. THRIFT "Mirit" Senior Dramatic Club, 3. Science Club, 1-4. Q X ,S Q Athletic Club, 1-2-3-4. Glee Club, 4. Secretary Senior Class. Treasurer Junior Class. f Class Marshal, 4. il' ---1-I Twenty-six I f mimi A OPAL M ARGARLIETE 'PUC KER Home Economics Club 4. Athletic Association 2-3-4. X I R WILLARD THOMISON Coach Vlflestlm Tefun Boxing Team 3 Science Club Annu'1l Staff 4 M U11 FRANCEQ VAL GHNE DIHIIIHIIC Club 2 Glee Club 1 2 J 4 Home Etonomiw Club .. Gul Rest-ri ex 1 2 G11lQ Athletic Associ-ition, ... LOUISE WALL KA FHFRINE RENDFR WH I IAMQ Dupli-Kate .A Girls Athletic Association 1-2-3-4. , becretary 4, Dramatic Club 2. Girl Reserves. 1-2-3-4. Science Club 2 B1-:QQIE LEE WRENNB X I Little Bit 6 A Girl Reserves, 1-2. Home Economics Club, 3-4. At .I . . Y hletlf. Association 2-3. Club 3-4' Science- Club, 2. , Q ,Z Twenty-seven 'X MTH RAE "lj A , X , ANN MARY WILLIAMS 5 J UM n Dramatic Club w ai? e.C5::.5Illyf Ig-A K, A A AIIJLQ I HMMLV I all W .WJAX - ,I MAMA .Lg ' R .W A, JAM-ES WRIGHT 'A ' nd 1-2-3,-4. W I itzerary Society, 3-4, Sec.-Treas., 4. , ermgn Club, 3-4g Glee Club, 3-4, Uunior Play, 35 Senior Play, 4. Chairman of Gnound Com. Student Council Senior Dramatic Club, 4. French Club, 4. I RUTH M. WIGGS "Woosie" Girl Reserves, 1-2. Girls Athletics, 2-3. Home Economics, 2-3. MARION FRANCES WALLACE Girls Athletic Association, 2. Glee Club, 3-4. Student Council, 3-4. French Club, 41 President, 4. Science Club, 2. ROBERT WILLIAM Science Club, 1-2-3. Tosephus Daniels Literary Society 4 Student Council, 4. h A LATXPAC Historian, 4. y H A , X T f tam ea! Senior Class History September, 1929. Nearly a thousand school children are going for the first time to Raleigh's newest high school. The building is only a little better than half done, none of the floors have linoleum, the gymnasium's roofing is incomplete, and there is a round hole in the front of the building, evidently waiting to be filled with a clock. The students assemble in the gymnasium for assignment to home rooms. After much confusion the student body settles down to a season of exciting football games and Yo-Yos. The freshman class elects Harry Faulkner as its President. September, 1930. The school is much improved. The hole is filled with a clock and the unsightly field in front of the building is graded for the sowing of a lawn. William Henry Shaw from Durham has succeeded Paul S. Daniel as Principal of Needham Broughton High School. The football team has class, they win every game in the Eastern Conference but lose the State Championship to Charlotte, 14-6. This year is Raleigh High's peak in sports, for the basketball team comes near to winning the State Championship, only to lose to Charlotte. The first high school boxing championship is won by the first team ever to represent Raleigh High. This year the class of '33 has Margaret Owen for President and Billy Hawkins, who didn't want to be elected, for secretary. September, 1931. The Class of '33 is proud of its new right to be called "upper class-men." At the beginning of school every student is gladdened to learn that the session is cut to eight months this year. The class of '33 feels quite honored over the fact that they have won three places out of four on the Triangular Debating Team. These winners are Arch Newbold, Catherine Martin, and Wade Marr. For the second consecutive year the Daniel Boone Essay Cup is won by Margaret Owen, of the Class of '33. Katherine Metcalf wins the great honor of the presidency of the Student Council Congress. Katherine Martin presides over our Junior Class meetings in which we discuss ways of paying for the Junior-Senior banquet. September, 1932. The class of '33 is 11ow in its full glory. It is being rumored around the school that '33 is the most undignified of Senior Classes. The big debate about the presidential candidates takes place and the Democratic candidate, Wade Marr, wins. A play, Hero by the Hour, is given in which S. G. Riggs, Katherine Metcalf, and Robert Ponton show excellent dramatic ability. Katherine Metcalf has succeeded Wade Marr as president of our class and we are looking, not without regret, to the time when we shall no longer be organized as the class of '33, ROBERT WILLETT, f Historian. f 0-5 ?6if,,.'52-iw Twenty-nine .pf . l T MZ 'tl 'il wt U X Last Will and Testament 1 - , ' N Q - TT Y a ?li1hT3F0?33IEECAROLmA UITY OF RALEIIQH 7, 1 E, the surviving members of the 1933 Senior Class of Needham B. Broughton V , Lil High School of Raleigh, Wake County, North Carolina, being examined by ll, our eminent faculty and found mentally fit, declare this to be our last will, and We W hereby revoke all former pledges and promises made by us. .y ARTICLE 1 , To the rising Seniors, Class of 1934, we bequeath the following: Section C11 Personal belongings: Third hand copies of Smzitlzfs Elements of Solicl Geometry, Tamzefs 00'l'7'6Ct Eng- ll' lislz, Bemzefs Vergil and Millfilfan. and Gale's Elements of Physics. y Section f2l Special privileges: A, A-The front seats in chapel and the right of "passing outl' first. I B-The lockers at the east end of the second floor and the related "socializing" , C-The Senior examinations. E. . D-Frequent class meetings to discuss ways and means. if E-The honor, as well as the responsibility of holding the important offices in l l the school. 'll F-The duty of setting good examples for the lower classes. 'L 1 G-The right to display dramatic, forensic, vocal, athletic, and scholastic ability 1, on frequent occasions. if ARTICLE 2 ll To the rising Juniors, Class of 1935, We leave: Section CU Another year in which to prepare themselves so they will be equipped to make fullest use of Senior privileges. l Section C21 The nervous and financial strain of the Junior-Senior. I ARTICLE 3 I To the rising Sophomores, Class of 1936, we bequeath the following: It Section flj Our Wisdom in order that they may be characteristic sophomores. Section CZD The responsibility of maintaining the high standards of the of the odd years. Section C3j The right to follow the worthy example set by us as Seniorsix ARTICLE 4 k To the rising Freshmen, Class of 1937, we leave: Section C11 Oui ability to study long and diligently, and to Section f2j The privilege of having lunch with the upper classmen. I Thirty Ravi Rag if Sectlon C3j The responsibility of issuing a Student's Handbook four years hence in which will be contained an accurate account of all laws, practices, and customs of our school. V Section ULD The privilege of carrying throughout their high school career the class colors red and white. We aclmonish them to uphold, in all their activities, the honor and spirit of our AR-TICLE 5 Section lj To each and every member of the faculty we wish to express our nieasuie of success may come to us in future years. Section CQJ One and all, we express our thanks: X To Mr. Daniel and Miss English for their efforts to put our school in the fi ont ranks of public education. B To Mr. Shaw for his hearty cooperation in all our school activities. C To Miss Mial for her excellent advice. D To Mr. Potter, Mr. Braxton and Mrs. Brown for instilling in us musical appreciation. E To Mr. Spurlock, Mr. Gregson, Mr. Johnson and Mrs. Hutchinson for their splendid tl aining in the Held of sports. ' ' F-To Mrs. Walker for trying to teach us to be well behaved in study hall. G-To Miss Leeson for helping us prepare literally thousands of special reports. H-To Mr. Mattison and Miss Kirkpatrick for making possible this issue of I I 5 'I al' Y , ' 7 , Alma. Mater. if ' C 'It appreciation for patience and help in achieving the foundations for whatever I . 1 L - f , I- w l M H 4 ., , ui ,I ,QI the LATIPAC. ,Vl Section C3j To Dr. Winston, Miss Louise Smaw, Mrs. Glenn and Mr. Starnes, J, our home room teachers, we leave in trust, with unbounded confidence, the future W destinies of the rising Senior Class. ARTICLE 6 We hereby appoint Miss Kirkpatrick and Miss Evans, our Senior advisers, as the sole executors of our will, and direct that they qualify and serve without giv- ing bond. ROGER NORMAN, Testator. Witnesses : Miss CARRIE BROUGHTON, 4 El JosEP1-tus DANIELS. ,E .4-,Zia--1 Thirty-one P- U 0 .C Q. O :- D. ID UI 2 1. .9 C 0 VI Il - Q Thirty-two C' . .- GJ l'. . 3 S. NAME IN LOVE WITH Hmm-:s'r AMBITION DIs'r1Nt:UIsHl-:D Fon LA ii. Ruth Abernathy. . . ..History outlines.. .. . . .Detective tSecretl.. .. . . . . .... Looking Dignified . . .. . . --Slinlfl .lohn Allen.. .... .,A.,. W Vork ...,. ...,...... . ,,.. T 0 Get a Diploma. .. ....Graduation .... . . .--SHUIU George Ashby. ,,,,, Any 'Womans . .... Clark Gable ...... . ..."Leave it to me".. .. .Sanit. Sam Ashe.. .. . . ..... Third period.. . . .... Gigelo ..,............. ..... S pi-ightly Step ,,,, ....Sanity Lona Bailey . ..., ,.... E nglish.. . ..... . . . .... School Teacher... ..... Talking --., ,-,,-4,,., . ....Sanity Martha, Barrett.. .. ...Various Athletes.. . .... ...Babe Dedrikson.. . ,... . . ...Studying English . .Sanity William Betts ...... ..... ' "When you and I were young". ...,.. Bootlegger tSuppl'eSS9dl.. . ..... Watching the clock i . .Sanity Mary Beddoes. . ..... Someone. . .. .. .... .... ............. 4..... N I 0 diste.. .-.-. --.. .... . . . ..-- ....Brother n --Saniti Paisley Brown.. . . ..Young Brown.. .. . . ..Psychologist. . .. . .. . . .Foomso meg' ' ' " ' 5 Sanuk. Evelyn Briggs . . .. . . .Hall bench .. . . . ...Mrs. Hutchinson. . . .. Flirtm p ' " 'Sanity Margaret Brewer. . . ..It's a Mystery ..... .. ..Bareback rider... . . .Chewing gully u V-Sanill. Charles Browning... .. ...Silly jokes... .. ....Radio repairmilll .. ...Hair l - H w-4'. U. H ....Sanity Billy Bridge-forth ....... ....., C harlottesville ..... .... ' 'D0c"... . ......... ..--. l leiiig B,-ight .hns A,.-,,, ,,,r,,,,,..,,,,......,... S a nity Virginia Carpenter ..... ..... P hysics Class ...,... ...t. P olo Player ........ .... X VPTF QWQ play the Fonozraphl .... Sanity Jean Cooper ..... ...... ...., H 0 me Economi s... ...... Telephone girl ..... .... D 1-'ving ,,,-4,,,,,,,,,.,,,,,., ........,..,....,....., S anity Edwin Combs.. ..., . . ...A few... . .. . . . .. . ...Run school store... . . Knowing Ge,-man . . .. .Sanity Hattie Lou Critch r . ..Miss Leeson . . ....,. Mrs. C-Z-RT ..... . . ....Home Rnnniing . .Sanity Mary Conrad... .. . ....Candy UD.. .. ...An Editor.. . . . ..NeWSpiip9i- . .Sanity James Coleman .. . ...Dances... .. . . ...Physico ..... . . ...Blushing . . . .Sanity Violet. Crowde .. . ...Males ...... .. . .Norma Shearer. .. . . Looks A D .. .Sanity Beth Crabtree ...... ..... M r. Starnes ..... ..... lt Ianicurist ........ .... B usiness Ariih Aln, Sanity Ernest Crim ........ .. .... Beer ................. ..... B ook Agent .......... .... G mduatlon ------.-,4- AA-,, S aniiy Owen Daly .. . . . . . .. ..Miss L. Smaw.. . . ...Undiscoverableu . .. . . ..Geometi.ic iigiires i i ...Sanity Annie L. Dickson..,. ...Too many. .. .. ....Beauty Specialist.. . Hpies . ....Sanity Edward Dickinson... .. .Radio .... . ...Radio... . . .. .. . . ...Radio i H ...Sanity Mary L. Davis ....... .0Hice.. . ..... ....Harlem Street.. .. . . Being Cute . ...Sanity John Downing ...... . ..Algebra.. .. .. . ...Algebra Teacher. . . . Biii-bam H ....Sanity Richard Edwards... . .. .Physics Class .. . .... Fizzision.. . . . . . . ."D0peS" . . .Sanity Dorothy Finch ............ . .... Geometry ....... .. ..None... .. .. .. .... .... . Drawings . . ....Sanity Anna Louise Farris.. .. ..... Mrs, WVells .... .Stenographer ....... ....... B eing Cute ....Sanity Elizabeth Foster... . . ..Margaret.. . . ...Being Popular.. .. . . ...Laughing A A WS nity Mildred Furgurson ..... ..... U nknown... . . . .Society Columnist.. . . .Senior play . . . .Sanity Henry Garlington.. . .... Cleo.. ... . .... Cleo. . . . ... . . ... ....Cleo U i b ....Sanity Rhylma Evans .... . . .Cakes .... . . . .. . . . .. . . .Aviatrix. .. . . . . ...Home Economics Q - i Ngiinity Waldo C. Ellen. . . .... D ime Store .... . .. . .g..6O's. . .. . . .. . . .. ...-Idlewild Ave. H H l M H U - A ...-saniti- Frances Emanuel... .... Dancinf: in Chapel .... . .. .Marylyn Miller.. . .. ...Draw vom, Own conclusions YAOA H W-Saniti. Thomas Graham. .. .... Edwards Drug Store ..... ..... I rvin Berlin ........ .. ..... Basketigail A Saniti, Evelyn Grady.. .. ...Only one.. .. . . .. . . . ...Undecided .... . .. .. . ... . . dst d ,- U ' " ' ' ' ' " ' A 'A ' U " q -tl . . . 113105--H ...ami Lila Grey.. .. . ..Her course.. . ...Swim English Channel.. . . ..Arguin,, h u H mu-Saniti. Edward Hill ...... . . ..... Mr. Potter .... . ...Cab Calloway . . .. . . .. . . ...Mummy Warble i v - - -igimiis, James Hine . . ..... .... M atchin' ...... ..... S leep ............................ ..... . Credits h H A U 1 . . .Sanity Eloise Harrington .. Several.. . ...Night Club Hostess. .. . ...Giggle H w W-Sanity Martha Hamlet ........ ,.Peroxide... . . ...Bathing Beauty... . . . ...lmzlness - 1 4 H-Sanity Hazel Honeycutt . .. .. ...Austin .. . . ...Happy lVife. . .. . . . . uprlmplng - U - v U l Nsanitg. Billy Hawkins.. . . .... Some .. . . . . . .Traveling Salesman... . HCM. -'.-- - '---------,--- iiii - H-mganiisf Robin Hood. . .. Trombone , . . . .Get Married. .. . .. . .. .Letting things slidgm... ......Sanity Mary Hicks ...... ..... . .... H ard Work... . . .. . ,. Student Adviser. . .... Lack of dignity. .. .. ..Sanity Billy Hinnant .. . . . ....Locker 454... . . . .... . .... VVinchell . .. .. . .. ....Chewing Gum ...,Sanity Franklin Harward.. . . .... The Speakers Stand .. . . .Often wonders .... .... P ropheteering .. . .. ...Sanity mas. ag: dad I :.- '32 figs ,sm alll., magma c:--r: .5EJ.5 mmcq E35 a3':'?1 :ef moan .Q-So 'see OJ of-.- malta iff: gi. ... . 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B I ue and W 11 lf? s X Y y E7j x X Forty-four 3 f Fm-:sn MAN CI..-XSS 'M S W 'jj' s f 1' f A-fb, wif " X " l W V if fx " 'Mil 'H - 15 Q 'ly' W' - -,,1- ' V ,Nl ,,.. ii'-AX K A Q, IW www YQ X , C : ,ifff ff f -. 1' 'f ' ' Xi 'N 4 fl A 'N' X' sf f .J W ' A ' Nw X' mx u 5 MM WX i ' 1 X f il N Q f I X QL ' a, f 1 A , zziglifggag u f-"5 n2"EE2::.:1uu-'i:" .,'fvJ if -T 15!lSF?.i5,i?i5H1 s ' Bless grashus! ef chilluns ain't gittin' so dey knows mo'n ole fokesf' s X Mmmg ,Z .1 ." 1 f nj - an 2 QI' ? A , ki V 'I ' I H 3 , A L L X Sub Freshman Class ' .XRVH BRONYN ,,.,,...,..s,.,....,s,.,,,v...,,,.s,w,..,s,Y ..,..,,..,..........,sAs........,,...... I ,I'I'SI-618711 ., Llxm HIIIIDLI-I ..,,....,,.,,.,,..,,...,..., Vin' Presidenl 'l l'I,Ax11u-1 Fxrzmmx ,,,,,,, Sfffrniav'-11 and T'l'PHhVll7'0I' M' MRS. V. L. I3b:.xs1,M .....,..........................,..... -1III'I..W'I' i C'0L01zs .,.,.......s............s,....,.......s..As,..,,V..,s,A..A..,...,.,.............,.,......... ......,.. 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E11.'1I1..1,.2 511' 1' Hx?" ,1 .1 .. 1 1, 11 1 4- 1, '1 21" ij -L" ' 1- 1'1I,'v,1' ,',- .1411 1 1-1111" K." , "4' . 1 .J111f- W ,1 1 . 1 , 1' 113114113 ,,1 1 N' 1111 ' 1111. 11 - 1.1 U 1 .1 .1 1." 11 11,1 1 1711 "1 1 1 ix, 114 1 fx .1 , 1 ' . 1 1 1 1 1' 1 1,1 1, 11, fl rj11 .11 1 no 'ff'-'1 1,111 1 1 4 ' 'q,' 1 11':111'11.. 1' '1" 1114-'r.1 1 11 I1 11,111 111 111 r 1'1 1 -fl 11 ,' x 1 1 -51 E3 ff .1 vl. 15 1,m1.v 1 u 1 V1 "111u'!gx,'r ky,-1 ,Qi 'A 341 115 vi 'I I tart rag 5 WHAT is the most desirable thing that a student can gain during his high school care-er? Next to development of character traits. above knowledge, above ability for social and economic adjustment, above preparation for college, above all the rest of the desirable things that may be gained during one's high school career, the most desirable thing that a student may gain is "friends," A real friend is a most precious jewel, which cannot be bought at a low price. Unlike the diamond and other precious stones, friend- ship is not bought with material wealth. It is bought with a wealth of understanding. a world of sympathy and an abundant willingness to give as well as to take. The qualities necessary for friendship can best grow out of close associations where one finds he already has, or can develop, common interests with another. Out of a student body of nearly a thousand, we may all have many likable acquaintances, but real friendships usually grow out of smaller groups. Through association in home room groups, through committee work in class groups, and through work and play in student organizations, student and faculty members come to know each other more nearly as they really are. Each can help the other to develop the best that is in him. Pupils with 4 the most sterling qualities, boys and girls who might never be noticed in large groups, come to be recognized and appreciated and loved by boys and girls waiting for their price- less friendship. "True happiness consists not in the multitude of friends but in the worth and choice." where, probably, better than in a student organization is a boy or girl able to choose according to his worth. M, CORINNA MIAL. -A Student A dv'ise1'. -3-5 Forty-seven o if ATE EA! ' 3 WWUM M - -wofwl' WGJQJF ,EI , ,J ' .wi 'fmt W fyffm fm ,wx I Wei? 'Q' Sy., Jig 1-. Student Council Officers Giriheter regelate dese ohillun . Am-II NI':wDOI.D .w,,,,..., . ................ . ,......-... ............w.-.... . K.x'I"III:RINIc Ml'1'l'i'.XI.P' XVILLIS HOLDING .......,...... WII,I,I.xxI ASIIXVORTII .,.. FI,0R,ENl'E LI-:Ie ......,...., MISS LOI'ISI-I SMAW .,,. WII,I.Is HOLDING ,Y.......... HPINRX' GARI.INO'rON ....AA JAMIQS WRIGHT .,...,.., ROGER NORMAN .,.... MARY POYNIHIR .....A SAM ASIII-1 ,,,,A..... EDXYIN COMRS ,.,.,Y,,. B,xRImR,x IJIARRIS ,,.,.Y. JAMES TIIIICM ,...I,... I4'R,.xNKI.IN 1l.xRwOODff W.xDr: M.xRRi GI-IORIIIQ ASIIRv"' S'rIf:w.xR.'I' SPI-:NvIcR YIm:IN1.x CARI-IQNTR l:ODI4:R'r KINII III-:DEN TVRNER lb.xvID MORf:.xN l'IRNl4IS'l' I,Ox'RI,I. VI-:Rex Ifrzixnvrz .IRAN LIf:IfI'I'rOO'r ION W.iI,I,,u-I-: RAIIMI B.mNIcs BVI-:I,YN VVIl.I.I.KMS KATII I-:RIN Ii: MIc1'i'.xI.1-"" R l,OI,Ix I"R.xNm'I':s ANDRRWN Forty-eight ,,,1 ...,,,..t......P7'esirlent ......State President .....Vioe President ............Sec1'etary ......T1'easure1' ....,...Advisei' COMMITTEES ...Chairman of Standards Committee ,,I....Chai1'man of Elections Committee ,t..Chairman of Grounds Committee ,.......ChIaii'mafrt of Points Committee .........ChIairman of Social Committee ...,.Chai1'ma'n of Charter Committee ................Chairman of School Store .. ......... Chairman of House Committee .....,Chai1'man of Calemlar Committee M IC M B E R- S IJ, W. SMITII EDWIN WI-:BR H RNRY G'AYI,0R.D MIRIAM DOIYB FRANOIQIS GOODMAN EDITII BROXVN ,XRVH BI..xNi'II.xRD B1lI,lJR.lCIJ THRIFT WII,1.I.xM PO'rI4.vr RORRR1' WII.I.r:'r'I' BRN l'.xR.R Sl's.1.N KUHLPIR KUIHCRT I,I'I"I'I.Ia CII,xRI,Ias ITOAK TROY l"I1mf:IIsON t'.xR,I, HI,'IJSON WII,I,1.xM C.-xMI'RIcI,I, .IAMR-S BIl'Il0l'HAl.l, W1I.I,I,xM VAIIOHAN WII,I,1AM RIVERS MA'r'I',xUI-:R D.xI'IDsON Am: VVADE CH.1.m.I1:s I'A'r'I'IsIfI.xI.I. VIRGINIA PONTON M.xR.IORIIR l,Ii:m:Ic'I"I' IJOROTIIY PI-:RRY lil'1'H SANDERISON DRIIu1I,I,.x KOONi'r: ISAM- WRIIIIIT Honora ry IllE'll1bCl'h. it K ,-in 0 Mi rag fi STUDENT Ligiffiigjg THE Student Council has accomplished four big projects this year. At the beginning of the fall term after everyone had settled down to work, it was suggested by the Social Committee, with Mary Poyner as chairman, that a tea be given in honor of the new students and faculty. It proved to be a success, and it is hoped that the tea will be observed as an annual affair. For the first time in the history of Broughton High School the Student Council pub- lished a handbook. Virginia Carpenter was chairman of the committee which super- vised the publishing of the handbook. The purpose of the book is to acquaint each student with the activities which take place in the school and to give him all necessary information. This handbook is to last for four years, after which the Council will revise it or publish a new one. The handbook proved to be successful and useful, not alone to the students of this school, for there were several requests made by other schools in the state for copies of it. This year the Council had the honor of having Katherine Metcalf, one of its mem- bers, as president of the North Carolina State Student Council Congress. which was held in Kinston. The subject of the Congress was "Citizenship," on which the president prepared a very interesting and beneficial program. The delegates from Broughton High School, the president, vice president, and secretary of the Council, took a prominent part in the discussion of the different phases of the subject. For the last two years the Council has sponsored a clean-up campaign. This year, instead of lasting for just a week, the campaign continued until the close of school. The committee in charge of cleaning the school, with Katherine Metcalf as chairman, its plans to the school and as a result the school building and grounds were to a great extent. the able leadership of Arch Newbold, the President of the Student Council. these the year have successfully led the students toward a happier cooperation society. of a policy of fostering cooperation in all activities for the advance- instead of one of discipline, the Council has become an important the student body x1. Forty-nine A V MIME E Wi in If ' HF I L fl. -..:r Q' I I 1 I qxwvv I w M I-I. Q XDWXGN E I Annual Staff I r1in'I ser' no sim: times ez dnt ufczz' I done s11e'u11sf 11010. E MAKICWH-Xlil'I'I' OWEN ., ,.......,... .... ,.. ... , ,, ,,,,,.,,,.,.......AAA.,,,,,,,,,A,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,4,,.,,,,,A,,,,,5,,,, E flifm--i11-C11,ipf GFIUIULIC ASIHSY ,,,,.,,,. -A,- - -....,,.. B y11,3i7qg,g3 Mangggq- I S'I'lGwAI:'I' SI'I-tNc'I:I: w,..,, ,....., E .,,,w.,.w,,,....A,.4,,w,A,.,,. , ...A,,,w,,,,,,A,,,,,,, ,A,,,,,,.-,..,,Y,,,5,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, A 1 -f Edifgr i I Q I , . f ! I I Ii I Eill I . A ,QI . ,V 'I I l . , W If ll' I I I I I . I F LII.I.I.xx Gl'I"1'0N , .......,,,....,... As.vi.vfanf Editor WAHIIIQN BMI: ..............,. Arlvvrtising Managf ' . FR.'XNf"I'1S EAI.xNI'I-11 .,,,, Asst, B1L.9i7I6.9S Mrmagev' M,xI:I:.AIzIc'I' BIIEWIIR ............,,,............. ,gg y ' X , I KA'I'IIIcIcINI+: MIxIz'rIN 7......, C'irr'uIr11ion Manager WII..I,I.xIcII 'THOMPSIIN ..,... ,...,.,Y,....... " N WI" 1 MARY LuI'IsI-: PAIIKICII .,,.....,,...,,..... Joke Editor S. G. Rmus ...............,.................... S1 r N FI I EIIZAHI-1'l'lI Fns'I'1f:II ,,,.....,,,A,,.,A....,,,.. Joke Editor VIRGINIA SMITH ...... Assisfan , e ,I 1' .I I VIIIILINIA PIIIf:I.I's ........,...,,...... ,,,, P icture Eflifm' J.-IMI-:s MATTISON ...,................,. ,... I Ivis 2' I I' Mlss GIcoIcuI,x KIKIil'.X'l'lIlk'li .......,........., Aflvisvr W," l .B X X, , ex -I ,, If -S .-'P x ' I4 Plslhsx Q xg, I I I W I s. 'LII IE? Ns-' Y 1. :!. ' :V -:'4:",'7.A7y?x!xl.g 5. ' I! ' I WIIIMM I x, f '- 'c-ilypfif 5' QI' ,XWQH-S T "Q - I R S SXYN' If byg-.zwif TQ, N " f I F 3 ENgwuQSE""xxSfbi?-:if ' - X . 'E ,Wm I Y M 1- wx-fx g N u r, -f' - , I Fifty arl one A A l ll' i Josephus Daniels Literary Society G'long. chile . . . fine yo s'ciety an' be good ter yo'se'f. WAD-E LETWIS, JR. ...................,.... .. ,,,,, .,.,, ,,,.,, ,,,,,, ,,,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,, P 1 - g Sideng JAMES LITTLE-DICK OLIVER ..... ,,.,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, V ice P7-esiflgnfs JAMES WRIGHT .......................,. ....,. S ecretary and Treasurei- GEORGE ASHBY .s... ............... S ergeant-at-Arms .....P1'ogram, Chairman ARCH NEWBOLD ................. ......................Aclviser MISS HELEN RUNNION ..,,,... MEMBERS George Ashby Billy Ashworth Billy Bridgeforth Ruffin Bailey Paisley Brown Paul Bodwell 4 Z: Brodus Browne Majette Browne Frank Brown Lynn Brown Robert Browning Julian Bunn Godfrey Cheshire Sherwood Coxe David Cozart Dalton Dickenson Troy Ferguson Geurant Ferguson Lewis Fletcher Bob Hall Frank Harris Franklin Harward Lawrence Hinkle Willis Holding Adolph Honeycutt John Hutchens Fred Jones Deveroux Joslin Milton Lambe Roland Leiby Henry Legior Wade Lewis James Little 9- Ernest Lovell Paul Lineberry John Lockhard Wade Marr Addison Maupin Richard McCabe Bob Mclnnes C. J. Mclnnes Johnny Miller Harry Moore Arch Newbold James Newbold Dick Oliver Robert Ponton Kenneth R-and Robert Runion Jack Seawell iii? Z Crepe f Douglas Slicer D. W. Smith Carl Taylor Alfred Templeton Bradford Tucker Sim Wells Robert Vllillet Robert Wyatt Ralph XVTEHH Billy VVorth James Wright Richard Edwards S. M. Craig Ross Reynolds Wiley Rogers Ed Cloyd Ben Dixon Fifty-one lf Q rk . 99:1 Tl RAE Y -.TY A hu-E Gnonun Asnur. JK ...... GRAHAM BARNI-Ls , A,. Plxislizr BnowN ,,..,,A, Anvil N1-iwnorn ....A.... RllI!IX Hoon ,,,,,,,,AAA Rom-:R Nonixmx A,.,.. Lnx KI,l"l"l'Z ,,,,,,A .. PAU1, Jmicn ....,.... George Ashby Sam Ashe William Bandy Graham Barnes James Black David Breese Paisley Brown James Coleman Edwin Combs Robert Dalton -?-Q Fifty-two 4,4- HI-Y Dey is so fa'r en squaf. OFFICERS Y.....n..........,,YY,,.,Pl'6.9ifl6TLf Vice President ,.,,..VSecond Vive President Treasudrer' , .....,..,................ Sevretary MEMBERS John Downing Frank Harris Franklin Harward William Hawkins Robin Hood J. B. Hunt Willis Holding William Hinnant Wade Lewis James Little Wade Marr, Jr. Robert Ponton S. G. Riggs Baxter Spencer Charles Twitty Lewis Walker James Wright Arch Newbold Robert Jennette l Alfred Temp etonix Press Reporter .......,,.......,.,.Adviser ,...............Adviser f 7j 4.2 l l ll ll ll -1 1. M 1, w :ff Q Vg' I . . '1.17'K?'1v-'i A .N , A I- ,lil ,, X . 'fzzf ,i th 'Y7 bex , I 4 .,.., J ' i' ' lv A . H T' fo ' b Q 'z. ' . V I' Q A ' V ' , , . , -:S F ' C , , all M Srl". V , . , if . I. E 'rl I 'fe 4 ' fl I , . ' e ff T , . ,. J ' -V , Sl . , ,TQ I 1. ,l ,g f , - ,,fijj1, ,L f ' C "f" V ff :fb I M I L 0? if 2 . 5 6 V -f , 1 C sLocfnnr: f' i , 'Hn -, T- F L, f,.'g-qQf:w.,N ' ' 4 VA V a nc.: me Jqunmena J , , , , , I , 'e E ' I ' ' f ,Q . r xt I , I PuR.PosE.i - fi A . , K' W ,R I , -NN To FIIYD HND Iv 'N ,ff 1:33 .W A 4 I Give T145 ,V ,Q X 5 ' BE 'r if X P if X 5 'ae f . f 5 if We f if , " A - fr ' Us . . 'IP K' H - . .ii - by ' ' - 1 5' , , ,, ' 4 -5-1i"'w'r f i' ' 'L A tr" . ef X. ,. . ' :Y-is , .g ' r-.7 ia r It f ' "f-sri, "i ff' "3 54' -' ' R Junior and Senior Girl Reserves Club Pears ter me Zak everybody years 'bout dis. VIRGINIA CARPENTER ...... ..,,, .,4,,,,,,,, ,.,.,, P 1 ' esident Senior Club BETTY BROWN ........... ,....,. P resident Junior Club ETHEL, LYON. ...........,............. ....,, S ecretary Senior Club MARY ELIZABETH AVERILL ...... ....., S ecrefary Junior Club MRS. N. G. FONVILLE I MISS MARION WHITE " ' """"" AdmSeTS MEMBERS Senior Club Junior Club Ruth Abernethy W fi Evelyn Bagby Louise Boykin Edith Brown Helen Canady Virginia Carpenter Martha Clements Cooper Cooper Covington Cox Crowder Finch Harris Ka uffman Ethel Lyon Katherine Martin Louise Massey Anne Mclnnes Katherine Metcalf Linda Mae Murray Mary Mork Neal Catherine Noell Mary Louise Parker Virginia Ponton Mary Poyner Dorothy Prevost Jennie Sumner Fleta Thomas Gladys WVhitman Mary Elizabeth Averill Annie Cheshire Ethel Comer Elizabeth Coppedge Evelyn Covington Ida Ream Crocker Mildred Jennings Katherine McLean Carolyn Pierre Lillian Raffield Virginia Richardson Elizabeth Rivers Edith Senna Ruby Spaight Grace Tyner Virginia XValker Roberta Lee VVynne Mary Bailey Betty Brown Mary Emma Coore Claire Freeman Keen Wade Mary Galt VVilliamson Dorothy Ward Lorraine Humphrey Alice Broughton Fifty-three ,N i X w 5 'X ATB EA! ,M V s 1 Q amy N ,xg .if 'Q-M 't gg fx. lu 4 L 11 if ', ga, 4 1 5:2 6 Nw .NX X Z ,V ." I , 'ti In l l I n i 34, - 'xx ' E Nw i - ,Jim , , YA Q uv . Q R ' if 'V A , . , ff N... lz : w , wi Trial? U Kg, Mol- f ' w ff i . , r, - p.fw..,mp A,-.:, , ,W ' H in iw Y ,, ,fy 3 1 i Q? V ,ga i f., El 1.4 ,081 X , '-27, ., law Debate and Oratory Dey spoke speef'h,es P11 flung der lcmgwidge '7'0un'. Triangular Debate. R1-:.sol.vlcn: That North Carolma should adopt the sales tam as a fealtzcre of its state system of 7'6'U6'H1L6. AYCOCK CUP DEBATING TEAMS A fiirrrzufire Nvfmfire AIf0r1u1f0.v Wade Marr 2VVinners nf Franklin Harward Sam Ashe N Katherine Martin Cup, 11033 Arch Nowbold Jack Seawell ,.,, X AIllPl'lL'ill1 Legion Oratorical Contest-ErI'u.cafion in North Carolina, Pas! and Future. Mnrgfiiret Owen ,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,AA..,,,,,,,,i.,...,.,,.,,,,....,.,..,.,.,,,.,.,,.,,,,,,.,,,.,.,.,,, VVI'nner of County and Wu?-rimfr of Daniel Boone Ifs.-fr1.y Conloxt, 19.11 and 1933 Ellen NVinst011. Miss Helen Rllllllllflll .....,,...i..,,..,,..........,.. .....,.....,..,,...,,,. ..., ,,., ....,,.....,.. - ,.... ,. Fifty-four I I 0 vga. '. ' Il J ., S I ' 1 I 'ke . " f,w,,Q. 1 .f-qw, I r I I Q ey Ill. lf Z , :YI 'J 1' . I I' I I I I C I I . I Science Club l y i Dat uefaf 1 Sees 1 got ter 'eamine mighty close. Lf FRANKLIN PIARYVARII ..,............,........,,....,..................Y...,.,...,...,...,.... .... .......,, ..........,.... P I ' csidenf W FRANK HARRIS ,,........ ..,..... V ice President I TRoY FERGUsoN ...... ..,.,..,,..... S ccretury XII va 1 .' ' I I DICK OLIw.R. ......,....... ,....,................... C Htzc I' PAISLICY Bnowx 4,,......, ,.wI,I I Wergeanf-at-Ar1n.s . MRS. EDNA M. Wr:1.1.s . It .........A,....., el dmsers MRS. J. C. Rom' ll QI I, PROGRAM ,I ll' for I i Tux-1 YEAR 1932-33 1 ' d Our Insect Friends and Foes. I lf Insect as Gall Makers. I fig' Marine Animals found on our North Carolina Coast. Why the Weather and How it affects man. , . Chemistry in Relation to the Home. , , If Bacterial Diseases Common to Man. .I1,: .1 -If The Endocrine Glands as they Reg-ulate Personality. HI I 4 ff' Heredity and How it affects Personality. ,l,' I 1-X The Psychiatry of Mental Disorders. 1 , R X Some of our Common Wild Flowers. I ,. ' X NX 'Our Native Forests and How we should Protect Them. - i ' r- ' ' -' V, The Progress ot Medicine during the past fifty years Fi. Miz' - A I . . fb:-I t 'qi H. ff! rigs! 1 I , . sv Zfwffs H- 'kwin , .Qi . il 3 . I -It I " ' "-Sqvl, ' ' -7 3' i f 'H iff. f....-.gg-lk3t'lWWW,-A - .2445-. I Xswltwtfeef- - -,?9j'I v "lf "5 3 I 1 I "' J 'ig I -- -f 11 -of-'e'f!" ' R '- " R -' . 7 -'-2 , ' I ' ,T- Fifty-five N X A TH RAE Paul Green Dramatlc Club AII de' time, giffin' 'up sump'11, Cfuttin' up capers en flanvin' rounl Fall Term S. G. RIGOS ,,........... RUTH ENOLANII ........ SHIRLEY KAUEEMAN .... WAIIE LEWIS A,,,,,,,, EYELYN BAGRY JEAN N ETTE BAG W ELL DAVID BREECE PAISLEY BROWN NANC'1' CAMPBELL MARJORIE CLEMENS MARGARET COLEMAN HELEN CROWDER MACON CROWDER VIOLET CROVVDER ROY CUNNINGHAM JOHN DOWNING LILLIAN DOWELI, OFFICERS Spring Term Presiflent B. HUNT Vice Presillent .,.,. ...,,.. K ATHARINE GLASCOCK Secretary .......SIIIR1.E'Y KAUFFMAN Treasurer' HUNT MIKS. LOUISE D. CARSON. Adviser MEMBERS DORIS ELIIINGTON FRANCES EMANIYEL HOWARD GRAY TOMMY GRAHAM KIKTIIAICINPI GLASCOI' BARBARA HARRIIS EAIILY HUNT RACHEL JOHNSON SHIRLEY KAUFFMAN VIRGINIA KENNEDS' JEAN LIGIITEOOI' JOHN LEWIS WAIIE LEVVIS K ANN MCINNES AIIIIISON MAUPIN AKEIIS MOORE MARY YORKE NEAL KATHARINE NOFII.I, MARY LOUISE PARKER ROBERT PONTON MARY POYNER DOROTHY PREVOST S. G. RIGGS OLIVIA ROOT JANIE SINCLAIR GERALIIINE RUTH ENOLANII Fifty-Six LOUISE MIXSSICY ,f- JAMES WRII X , ca yt " ATB FA fr Wzd cle bruclderin e HEIEN CRONVDETR ......,, ELOISE HARRAINGTON ..... KATHFRINE MARTIN .,........ ANNA Loclsn FARRNIS ...... Mary Alice Potter n sisterin' 'in dere singiaf, . . . and dem mo' 'IIFTS a S1IOlll'l71'. Mary Francis Va uehn Marjorie Leggette Lona Bailey Eloise Harrington Katherine Metcalf Mary Hicks Geraldine Smith Grace Blackwood Ethel Lyon Dorothy Finch Lucille Evans Ruby Nichols g Ola May Stowe if- Peggy Winston Ruth Abernethy G khan Booper Elunice Hodges . a garet Aycock OFFICERS President Vice President Secretary-Treasurer .... Librarian W. A. POTTER., Director MEMBERS Jennie Sumner Mary Williams Katherine Martin Evelyn Briggs Gertrude Castle Margaret Smith Helen Crowder Margaret Stanton Olivia Root .Jeanette Bagwell Nancy Campbell Macon Crowder Ruth England Leila Gray S. G. Riggs Billy Hinnant Akers Moore Edwin Combs Paisley Brown . icks Robert Ponton sag-rry Bob Je-nnette ig, 1n'a Carpenter James Black 1. ffl ' ' Merle Senna i ,. 1, f- r , , , T " . 31,15 ,ff ll i '16 IUHKT mf- 5 QW-1 ' 5 9,5 '-5' WWW ' --.-TVM . -rsixmtflefb ' fl" 1' 4 171.gif ' - ' 1 ffcgigl'-.1111 wif?-f l1Q"'5 ' L -. ' ' f " x, ,h - ., ...NGRAHAINI BARNES G. Rluos ................JOHN Lmvis ....,.THoMAs GIMHAM James Ingram Albert Russell Julian Lloyd Le Grande Ellington Graham Barnes John Lewis Robert Perkins Wallace Alford Cecil Massey David Breese Hughes Ellen David Morgan Worth Howe Johnny Miller Tommy Graham Lewis Lawrence Simm NVells John Easterhy U. M. Craig Ed. Hill Bill Betts John King 14:4 I 1 .If n' ,Q if I gf Kwai? - 2-4g..?..g, -' fm, 4 . WLQQ! Q ' li?3Q I i, f " " 7' 1. i A ffflff f 5.1, Fifty-seven V I I f , .xii fN. f RATE RAE I . NNI H E CI b I ome conomlcs u X ny We kotvh a han'f1IJ er hard sense. ll' MARGARET BRENVER ,......,, ,,.,,,,4,,.,,,A,,, P resident -t I MARGARET OWEN ......... ....... V ice P1-esiflem' f TOM SAWYER- ......................,,. ........,, T reasurefr f up ANNIE LAIIRIE DICKSON ....... ..,,.... S ecretary 'ill x f H MISS KATHERINE WRIGHT Advisers t D MRS. P. A. DAX'IS ""' ' 4' MEMBERS 1 MARGARET OYVEN VIRGINIA PHELPS ' - RUTH ENGLAND 1' TOM SAXVYER , 6.1.54 ANNIE LAURIE DICKSON MARGARET BREVVER I '-in W' FLETA THOMAS I ' VIRGINIA KENNEDY I A 9 V , MARY ALICE POTTER It x ' 'A Abln T BESSIE. MAY PARRISH Q, " ' 4' Aff' ' IIIA BROXVN F ' ELIZABETH WINI-'REE I l OLA STOVVE WI g ,f NIARJORIEI LEIGGETT I Xi, 6 EDITH BROXVN I EMILY HITNT 'I NIARGARET SMITII CATHERINE GLASCOCK HQ V' ' IDOROTHY PRI-IIYOS'l' - MAIZX' LOI'IsE PARKER Im MARY VVILLIAMSON URI, 1- .1'1 A NANCY CAMPBELL V f as - H. ' A I MARGARET COLEMAN fx' I KE 2 IVIACOIN CROIWIIER . In A - AJ ' RAOHAEL GODNVIN V ! H' Y VIRGINIA BUTLER H 5 NANL'X' HILL li! I MAROAREJI' AYOOI-Ii I K gg. IRIS BOOKER I ' ' JOYCl'1VVAl.E EEST' A CATHERINE VVILLIAINIS I" UI I ,ff Q CATHERINE MASON C11 X 'i A IRIS BI.Ac'KW'IIIIII:Q' ' T YA 5 JEAN COOPER ' ' ' I MARY SI'E PERRY Ny! im" E INA -, EN-.I 'il-X ' ' 'Q i - I Pre- , futxrn I - fs. S-' . ' T - I A - I ti A Q- Q ' ' -,, N .LI 3-L'-qs: Fifty-eight I I O wg A Q H E A 5 A ' 1 I I 'I , . I 'III I, I ll . I . I I I . I S I I I I . I I' Latin Club I fI I LI' Hit's de r'u.inashun 61' dis country. Mi EDITH BROWN .,...,,... ..................I..,................,............,............. ............. P I 'esident II LAWRENCE HINKLI-: ..,. .,.... V ice President , I SHIRLEY K,-Xl'P'FM.-KN ..,..... ............. S ecrefary " LILLIAN Gm-TON ,.., I ......,...,... ..... T reasurer III MISS MYRTHA FLI-IMING ..... ........,.... ........... . ................................. ,..... A I Z wiser I I, MOTTO: Veritas Honor Scienta I- I' HPZ.I.EIN PAGE D. W. SNIITH NAOMI ELIJSBIIIRG I I I JOSEPH VAN LANDINGHAM BE.'1"l"Y BROXVN RICHARD NICCABI-J II JOHN GUTCHINS ELSIA WINTERS EDITH BROWN ' JIMMY WAl.IiEll EDNA HINES BYNVM JAMES NICIWBlJI.ID I MABLEI WILSON MARTHA WAII'l'ON SARAH PRICE II III' MARY LEE: COWVPER LAWRENCE HINKI.l'I GEORGE COOI-ER - f MACT WILLIAMS VIRGINIA COMES FRANCES FARRIOR ' I WILLIAM JOISLIN ADELE LOBER SUSAN KOBLER II, lf- RACHAEHI SENTER KA'FHER.INPI COOI-ER EMILY RAY II: X I fg. ELIZABETH RIVERS LYSBETH BLAKENSIIII' BILL COZART 'III I :xx ADDISON MAUPIN MARY FRANCES HUNTER WILLIS HOLDING If , KENNETH RAND DEVERAUX JOSLIN JOAN MCINTYRE 'I RANGES BRIADSHAVV PAUL LINEIRERRY FRANCES GOODMAN ' f 5 XNANCY MAUPIN HENRI1' GAYLURK N. FAIRCLOTH -,QV ffyf MARX' CAREITON BOB HALL LVCY NIARIY EAST .rx ,ff A. LILLIAN GUPTON LEON WILLIAMS 1. . "I I .. lf fl I 1' ', X A I ' ' 1' f '5 I lx yi I If ,V --' xiii 'I I I.. ' - , -I e' 1 : "IV ' "W" 'Wi 'I IT?-Qzr 1 .- . 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Mr. and Miss NQedhcJm Broughton llll mme Mla'1'c',xI.1f ARCH NE!NN'BOLD fa Ig I I ,sg If ' wwf--9. '1 '. I I ,fem-.2-. I w w-W I I ' H 5 n il I 1 1 I E II, I -4- I vzm 9 uf w h J ig: x 'x -M D5 1 ......,, I A N, Q "1 E V .Is 7 if '2 .gk X .jfs Xt. ,, 1 le' 2 I ' , I I I 3 . I ' W I 5 I Sir Scholarship I1'n:.xNIII.Ix I1.xI:w XI Iv VIRGINIA CARPIcN'I'I-:Iz E K .ffm W Am 1124. I ,ni us... ,. 'inf' , " " 1-1 ff 'Q gf. Sporfsmcimslwip In Iflll Ev IJLYN Run .Az -W' Q34 4 ,- .. - 'ff I Nl ef N xl 65 . 5 E W ff f 5 2, 'Wx Z fag fl ss. V Gone fix it up so de white fokes Won t have so much woriment I E ADVERTISEMENTS Wg, AL' W ,gm , 3, J' I, Z" Barbara Harris translating a French story: But I thought quack doctor meant duck doctor. W P T F at Raleigh National, Local and NBC Chain Clients have been using this Station with profit-Why not investigate I000 WATTS WESTERN ELECTRIC RADIO AND REPRODUCING EQUIPMENT THE PHOTOGRAPHS IN THIS ANNUAL Were Made by Dunbar 81 Daniel INCORPORATED IIS2 Fayetteville Street RALEIGH, NORTH CAROLINA We Specialize in SCHOOL ANNUAL PHOTOGRAPHY FINE PORTRAITS Prompt Service lVIANGEL'S READY-TO-WEAR HOSIERY and UNDERWEAR I24 Fayetteville Street Raleigh, Ni C. Mitchell Funeral Home INCORPORATED Funeral Directors : Embalmers AIVIBULANCE SERVICE 222 West Hargett Street Phone 4288 Larly Assistant Raleigh, N. C. Miss Beaty: Now class, notice the varying rhythm in this poem. At times the flow is deep and slow, again the movement is rapid-like a stream. Lawrence H.: Yeah. All wet. Ho: So you graduat Bo: Cut his lip, She: Where is your chivalry? He: I turned it in for a Buick. MEREDITH CULLECE Raleigh, N. C. A Standard College for Young Women Courses offered in Arts and Sciences, in Music, in Art, leading to the BA. and the BS. degree. Prepares for life, for vocation, or for further study. Total college charges, 3390.00 per year. Music 390.00 and Art 3570.00 additional. Loan Funds. For catalogue or further information write CHAS. E. BREWER President ed from the Barbers' University? What was your college yell? Rip his jaw, Leave his face Raw! raw! raw! Mrs. Glenn: Late again! Kenneth Hite: Thas all right, Mrs. Glenn, so ani Il 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. lo. Two Year Courses with Home Economics Electives. c. Two Year Courses with electives in lVlusic, Voice, Violin. d. Two Year Standard College Courses which permit entrance to ,lunior Class in all of our leading colleges and IIIIIVCISIIICS. II. COMMERCIAL and SECRETARIAL COURSES: a. One Year Commercial Course-Gregg System. h. Two Year Commercial Course-Gregg System. III. HIGH SCHOOL COURSES. IV. SPECIAL INDIVIDUAL COURSES in ART, EX- PRESSION, PIANO, VOICE, and VIOLIN. An invitation is extended to all lVlorson 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 num- 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 Frank Jeter: Miss Sniaw. I want to have a conference with you. Miss Smaw: What seems to be your trouble? Frank Jeter: I have a conflict between study hall and English. Jim Wright: The alphabet should be revised. Ruth England: Why? Jim W.: S0 U and I should be closer together. TAYLOR'S The Show Place of the Carolinas DRESSES : COATS : F URS CHILDREN'S WEAR GIFTS : JEWELRY Get the Habit, Trade at TAYLOR'S Graduation Gifts H. W. PETERS From LAND'S IHC, Quality ang Lasti:1gdSatisfaction BOSTON, MASS. CLASS RINGS : PINS EMBLEMS Easy Term to Meet Your Requirements LAND'S JEWELRY STORE 103 Fayetteville Street Fraternity fewelry Favors - Invitations America's Greatest Clothiers WHY PAY MORE? N0 MORE NO LESS J. H. MILLER, District Manager ALL WOOL NEW SUITS SPRING P. O. Box 877 ' STYLES Durham, N. C. VALUES S3525 to 31535 S T E I N 7 S 136 Fayetteville Street, Raleigh, N. C. He: Why is your face red? She: Cause. He: Cause why? She: Causmetics. Bear Barnes: I just knocked my math cold! Drusella: Really-? Bear: Yea, blow zero! Pine State Creamery 1867 1933 DRINK MILK This store H lah - - for ea Alfred WIIIIHMS S1 Co. PINE STATE CREAMERY CO. Raleigh, N. C. Chapel I-Iill, N. C. Phone 3910 has served the school teachers and students of Raleigh and North Carolina for 67 years A FLEA Rflliiiigfi',?3f..iILilL.11i?f5 ffenea, When in Need Of A flea who wants to make a nest, 3 EEZ .1122 iliflgtgfgflefkilinliif' BOOKS n grin s its 1 ieteet itlhrllgfy. fra.: OFFICE SUPPLIES 1 ea wio eva es my angry paw, A flea with vicious little jaw. Engraving ' Typewriters Rats are killed by fools like me But only God could kill a flea. CAROLINA PINES CAMPS for BOYS and GIRLS Beginning June 12th for 12 weeks Carolina Pines will conduct separate camps for boys and girls. See Miss Georgia Kirkpatrick or Mr. Peele Johnson for information, or phone or write- CAROLINA PINES, INCORPORATED PHONES 93 OR 64 RALEIGH, N. c. . + Q And then there was the fat man who bought two seats for solid comfort at a football game and found they were at opposite sides of the field. Miss Beaty: I don't want any slang stuff shot in these themes. Mr. Smith: I hear your boy has a gift for recitation, Mrs. Brown. Mrs. Brown: Yes, sir, indeed he has. His uncle says that all he wants is a course electrocution, just to finish him Off. MASONIC TEMPLE BARBER SHOP Bulbs and Fertilizer Masonic Temple Building Seeds, Plants IF YOU ARE SATISFIED Garden Furniture WITH OUR SERVICE Lawn and Garden Supplies TELL YOUR FRIENDS Poultry Supplies IF NOT TELL US Hardware -- JOB P. WYATT EXPERT 81 SONS COMPANY SANITARY BARBERING J. H' BROWN, Prop. 325 and 327 S. Wilmington Street SEE AT LEAST Mrs. Morton Says: 4'Win or Lose, One Good Show Every we,re always pulling for Week and of Course Broughton Highv at the PHONE 4005 STATE :: PALACE We Deliver CAPITOL MBS. MOBTON'S NORTH CAROLINA THEATRES PASTRY SHOP 117 South Salisbury Street Teacher: John, do you know what memory is? Johnnie Chaflie: Yes, sir, that's what you forget with. "See that n1an.Johnny: Well, he's six feet in his boots." "Gwan3 you don't expect me to believe that. You might as well say he's six heads in his hat." Life is a cahn, sunlit sea for some. For others it is an uncharted, storm-tossed uncer- tainty. Life insurance is a beacon casting its cheery rays across the sea of Iife-and fortunate in- deed is the young man or young woman whose parents have taught them that Thrift is the basis of character and Life Insurance the basis of security. OCCIDENTAL LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY LAURENCE F. Las, President HOME OFFICE: RALEIGH, NORTH CAROLINA ALWAYS SOMETHING NEW Meet Your Friends at Pat's Service Station Shop fo' Men I and Dope Shop S U I T S I2-in and up 219 Brooklyn IOQL Discount to Students McLeod 81 Watson Co. Raleigh Nash CO' Sales and Service EXPERT REPAIRING We Never Close S T 0 R A G E F e a I u r i n g Hart Schaffner 81 Marx Suits Schoble and Stetson Hats Mistress: Can you serve company? New Maid: Yesg either way. Mistress: Either way? New Maid: Yes, IIIHIHIDQ so's they'll come again and so's they wo11't. Teacher fanswering phonel: You say Billy Smith has I1 had cold and school? Who is this speaking? c-an't come t Voice twith assumed hoarsenessj : This is my father. EFIRD' CARRIES EVERYTHING WORN BY BOYS AND GIRLS At Prices That Please Mothers and Fathers Always Welcome at EFIRD'S DEPARTMENT STORE RALEIGH, N. C. PINEVIEW DAIRY L. M. SMITH, Prop. 'C Q u a l i t y and Serfuicei' Poole Road The LEWIS Store Is Headquarters For All Sport Supplies Tennis - Baseball - Golf Supplies Sport Sweaters - Riding Apparel - Swim Suits Prices Way Dowlz for School Boys and Girls PHONE 3710 LEWIS SPORTING In the American advance during the final days of the war, a sergeant ordered an unbleached private to go into a dugout and clean out an-y Germans that happened to be there. The colored gentleman blanehed a bit, swallowed his Ada1n's apple, and then said ' 'unnin' out ob dat hole, don't shoot de huskily, "Et you sees three or fo men cum a 1 fust one." Teacher: Johnny, come right up here and give me what's in your mouth! Johnny: O. K., teacher. It's the toothache! SENIORS WE CONGRATULATE YOU We are always glad to have you drop by and see the many things we have .... It doe-sn't matter whether you buy or not .... You Are Always Welcome at HUDSON-BELK COMPANY MRaleigh's Largest Department Storew RALEIGH'S OWN Q FOOD STORES Carolincfs Finest . SIDDELL STUDIO Ojficial Photographers for THE OAK LEAF 'You can see the difference" A psychiatric hoard was testing the mentality of a negro. "Do you ever hear voices without being able to tell who is speaking or where the sound comes from?" answered the negro. "And when does this occur?" "Over de radio." The absent-minded professor returned home one evening, and, after ringing his front door bell for some time to no effect, heard the maid's voice from the second-story window. "The professor is not in." "All right," quietly answered the professor. "Ifll call again." And he hobbled down the stone steps. BLACKWOOD,S, INC. 404- Hillsboro Street RALEIGH, NORTH CAROLINA Automobile Tires and Tubes for Every Transportation Need TIRES : TUBES : BATTERIES : GAS : OILS ACCESSORIES : BATTERY REPAIRING BATTERY RECHARGING : VULCANIZING : GREASING Service Anywhere Phone RALEIGH 3076 Compliments of THOMAS H. BRIGGS CHARLES STORE 81 soNs, Inc. 209 Fayetteville Street The Carolina's Oldest Wholesale and Retail Hardware Store Compliments of the SAVE SAFELY J. C. BRANTLEY At Draggist BOOWISCICY Drug CO- TELEPHONE Nos. I4 and I5 Phone Masonic Temple A Scot was having a heated argument with a street car conductor about the fare. The conductor insisted it was 7 cents, but the Scot was holding out for a nickel. Finally, as the car stopped, the conductor became exasperated and grabbed the Scot's valise, hurling it off the car, with the suggestion that the Scot follow. "Hoot mon," yelled the Scotchman, "first you overcharge me, then you try to kill my little boy!" Teacher: What is the plural of hippopotanius? Boy: The plural of hippopotamus is h-i-p-p-0-oh, well, who'd want more than one BOYLAN-PEARCE COMPANY Raleiglfs Shopping Center EXCLUSIVE MERCHANDISE HONESTLY PRICED The Shop That Every Drugs Toiletries GUI Knows i Prescriptions st,n"'nuiun't"tg" 4 Il I 9 O s . 'lm I. ll' I E C K E R D 9 S : II..llI..Yl...IulHlI,IIIllh..mv 5 'Q' ,,Q 'GCreators of Reasonable "l1...u-lngglfi' Drug Prices Everything the Schoolgirls Wear Always New, Smart Things Fountain and Luncheonette at 56HSible Prices Service Coats, Dresses, Hats Undies and Accessories RALEIGH, N. C. , Ralezghis Smartest Shop 126 Fayetteville Street Teacher: Repeat in your own words, "I see the cow. The cow can run. The cow is pretty." Tough Mike: Lamp de vow. Ain't she a beaut? An' say, baby, she sure can step. Polly: Those roosters kept nie awake this morning: with their c-rowing." llrotlierz Don't eoinplain about the roosters, when you get up early you crow about it for days. A le SALE Are you interested in bargains? Certainly! Who isnlt . . . especially when something of real value may he bought for so trivial an amount as one eent. Every clay is a hargain clay at our store. Une eent will huy enough electricity to sweep your rugs, or cook two waflles, or toast four slices of hreatl. or pereolate the breakfast eoffee. or iron a mania shirtfor to perform any one of a hundred other tasks quickly and elheiently. Electricity is your biggest bargain. Lise it freely. CAROLINA POWER 81 LIGHT COMPANY J. J. FALLON CO. lVI1'rCHELL FUNERAL HOME Funeml Designs and Sprrlys FLORISTS tlneorpoiatetlt Corsuges, Bouquets. Cul Floztws DCC'lJl'flfl.Ul1S Phone 4288 24 Hour .fllllljlllfllllftl Service Luffy .flssislarzl CI'fllIll!lfl'UIl mul Revital Floufers PHONE 4070 203 Fayetteville Street 222 Vifest Hargett Street Y n G Raleigh, N. C. "We Grow the Flowers lfc Sell ' Telephones 6-117-318 AUTO ELECTRIC AND BATTERY CO. Aulonzolive Electrical Sales and Service S. J. FERGUSON COAL DEALER Best Grades Soft and Hard Coal Quality, Service, Courtesy G1lIIl'llIIlCt'Il XV. B' 51-RONACH AIUHUUW Office Phone 3715 Hes. Phone 3263 620 N. Dawson Street 112 W. Davie Street RALEIGH, N. C. S. J. F1aneL'soN, Ozcner and Manager Dibbs: Have you seen one of those instruments which can tell when a 1111111 is lying? Higgs: See one! I inarried one! What pupil I-an tell ine what a lruttrt-ss is?" asked Miss I-Iayes. Oh, I know," said the pupil, "it's a nanny goat!" B A L F Q U R I-llglt SCHOOI and College J E W E L R Y Rings, Pins, Emblems A'1"1'i,1clsn1:n. Miss. Sing a song of students Cranuuiug for exams. Flocking to the library Like a bunch of lambs. When exains are over, Students begin to sing, And put away their textlmuhs At least until next spring. fNeIec'ted. 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