Needham Broughton High School - Latipac Yearbook (Raleigh, NC)
- Class of 1936
Page 1 of 154
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Text from Pages 1 - 154 of the 1936 volume:
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Raleigh, forth Giarulina W
Because me feel a beep appreciation for ber
unfailing Iopaltp, ber tontinual strihing for the
aobanretnent of Beeobam B. Broughton Bigb
btbool ano a spmpatijetie unoerstanoing of
Qlibe Senior Ctlllass Beoirates
the nineteen thirtpzsix latina:
Miles. Bertram fllflli. wells
MRS. BIEIRTIRAM W. WELLS
Andnrcw .JIohnson's Home
N A I lluf hi.-:fury nf any people rfzwfr ruse, pffrhapx fo .vurlz zlisfilwliull from .vo hunll I 1 1
Qin present 3KaIeigh,tbe Qllity of QBaks, in its
simplirity anh beauty, as one of tbefulh tapitals
nf the South, ann to acquaint you with the
bisturital sbutn plates anb utber points of inter'
est anim beauty in anh aruunh the capital tity of
Gin The beninrs
Captain Ashe, who at 95 is
finishing Life's School, sends greetn '
ing to the class of '36 just entering
In 1870, when I, a young lawyer,
came from Wilmington to Raleigh,
as a member of the first Democratic
Legislature after the War of 18614
65, Raleigh was a small town with
large gardens and yards around
the homes, and where everyone knew everyone else. Then as now it had
fine schools. As the Capital and home of the Governor and State officials,
it was the center of the political and social life of the people. l-lere, at this
time, were gathered the men whose task it was to lift the State from a den
pression far deeper than that of the present time-with no friendly Federal
CA1P'l'AlN SAM A. ASHIE
government to lend aid.
Let me hope that young men and women of today will serve our State
as faithfully and guide her toward prosperity as surely as did the men of
SAMUEL A. ASHIE.
lkalsigifs Zbonureh Zlizarber
Mrs. .l. M. Barbee Llennie .lonesb is a graduate
of Chowan College, Class of 1871. The College was
then known as Chowan Baptist Female Collegiate
In a day when many collegiate young ladies were
chiefly engaged in the making of wax llowers and
the learning of intricate variations on the pianon
forte, Jennie Jones was laying the foundation for her mastery of mathen
matics, the subiect which she has taught in the Raleigh Public Schools for
MRS. JI. M. BARBEIE
the last fiftynfive years.
Mrs. Barbee celebrated her eightynsecond birthday on February 22. She
is at present teaching in l-lugh Morson High School.
During all the years of her service, she has been an enthusiastic cruu
sader for the underprivileged children of Raleigh.
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The .loel Lane home
The oldest home in Raleigh, the Joel Lane home, is still standing after nearly a century.
This home called the "best house within a hundred miles" was called the "First Capitol."
lt is here that the General Assembly met in June 17811. Joel l..ane's estate, in the early part
of the last century, was owned by Peter Browne, one of the first lawyers to settle in Ras
leigh. William Boylan purchased it in 118118 and it remained in the Boylan family for many
years. lt is now the property of the Bloomsbury Chapter of the Daughters of the
Christ Church Rectory was originally the :First bank in Raleigh amd was known as the
"Bank 1Between the Porch:-:s." The 'Hurst prrlesiclent was Cololnel Polk. This building
was one of the .first th ree brick buixlrlings in Haleriglxh.
Christ Episcopal Church was organized in l82O, Rev. John Phillips of Calvary Church
in Tarboro, being missionary in charge. ln 1822 a -vestry was elected, consisting of
Chief Justice John Louis Taylor, Mfilliam H. Haywood, and Dr. 1Burgess. A wooden
Church was built in 11329. The present beautiful edifice was erected in 11845 under the
supervision of Mr. Upjohn the leading ecclesiastical architect ,of this period. The first
rector was 1Rev.JIohn Tiavenscroft. The 'original 'vestrym-erm of the church were .John
Louis Taylor, Dr. Burges, William H. Haywood,
The State Capitol
The present capitol, majestic and serene .among stately oaks, was completed in lf'5f1O
after the old capitol was demolished hy ifire. The stone wa.s talsen from a quarry near
Raleigh. William Nichols directed the lnuiluling, and lthiel Towne ol: New York City
acted as architect. Silas Burns, who was for many years proprietor of the only foundry
in Raleigh, was given the contract for constructing the iron ifence. The fence was ref
moved in 1898 and now encloses the old City Cemetery.
The capitol is one of the architectually perfect buildings in this country. The
column and entalylature are Grecian Doric and were copied from the Temple of Minerva,
commonly called the Parthenon, which was erected in Athens about 500 years before Christ.
Interior State Capitol
l"AYlETTIEVlILl,lE STlfKIEIE'l'-SCIENIE OIF VIIICTOIRY PARADIES
The history and romance in the development ol: Raleigh has been preserved in the
naming of its streets. llayettevmille Street, pictured above, was not named for the town of
1Fayetteville as many tlminls, but for one of the eight jutlicial claistrnitcts existing in the State
at that time. Halifax, lEnlenton, l-lillslnoro, Wilnmington, New Bern, Salisbury and Morgan
were likewise named for each of the remaining clistricts. Jones Street was named for
Willie Jones, of ll.al1ifax, one of the commissioners who laid -out the town. The other
commissioners also received the honor of having a street named for them. They were
McDowell, Martin, Person, Dawson, Blount, l-largett, Harrington and lllootlworth.
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A milestone in the development of Raleigh was
the opening o1F the tlrst school, the "Raleigh
Acaclemyf' :in 1802. ln il841l the iflrst public school
was estahliishefdlg in 1876 the first graarlevdl school, the
"Centennial," was openetl in what was formerly
the governor's "palace," Previously, education
had not been public although there were numerous
private schools, Amo-ng the best known oi? these
were Loveloy's Academy, foundleldl in 118412, Saint
MIary's School in 1842, and Peace lnstitute in 11868.
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Raleigh's newest high school was named for Mr. Needham lB.1BII'1OL1Q'hTOI1. It was constructed
in 1929 of native stone.
The Raleigh Memorial Auditorium was opened
August 4, 11932 and was dedicated to the men
and women in North Carolina, who served their
country faithfully and courageously during
times of war. The graduation exercises for the
Raleigh High Schools are held each year in this
Mrs. W. A. Withers Mrs. W. A. Upchurch
Mr. Chester O. Bell Mayor George A. Iseley Dr. A. C. Campbell
Dr. V. M. Hicks Major W. F. Moody
MR. Im-MUIL S. DANIEL, Amis., MLS.
Supen-ilmcmmulcnwt, Raleigh 'City Schools
MR. WILLIAM HENRY SHAW, A.B., M.Ed.
Principal, Needham B. Broughton High School
MR. JI. IF. BRYANT
Business Manager of Raleigh Schools
MRS. MARY POWELL BIRANTLEY
Raleigh High School Curriculum Advis
Member of Hugh Morson H. S. Faculty
MISS FRANCES LACY
Raleigh Elementary Superviser
T' LXMISS GEORGIA KIIRKPATRICK
Dean of Girls-Needham B. Broughton H.
Social Science Department
MRS. W. N. HICKS
Vocational Director-N. B. H. S.
Social Science Department
Senior Class Adviser
MRS. W. L. BEASLEY
Subnlfreshman Class Adviser
Girls' Literary Society Adviser
MRS. JI. C. CASPER
.lunior Class Adviser
MRS. C. P. DANlELS
.lunior Dramatic Club Adviser
HinTimes Adviserg lliuY Adviser
Latin Club Adviser
Freshman Class Adviser
MRS. N. G. FONVlLLE
Girl Reserves' Adviser
T. W. FREEMAN
MRS. A. C. HALL
Student Government Adv s fy
MRS. H. H. HIUTCHINSON
Girls' Athletic Association Adviser
Girls' Glee Club Adviser
MRS. F. W. LAWRENCE
.l. V. McCALL
On leave of absence
Girl Reserves' Adviser
Physical Education, Athletic Coach
English, .lunior Class Adviser
Dramatic Director, Girl Reserves' Adviser
W. A. POTTER
Boys' Glee Club Adviser
Director of Spring l"estiv.al
5 E. C. POWELL
H" ural Science, Tennis Cluh Adviser
MRS. .l. C. ROOT
Sophomore Class Adviser
S. R. SMlTl-lEY
MRS. D. E. STARNES
D. E. STARNES
Business Manager Athletics
MRS. C. C. TRIUPIPLET
MARY ELEANOR TIUCKER
MRS. B. W. WELLS
Natural Science, Science Club
IFACIULTY NOT PHOTOGRAPHED
MRS. ELLEN R. GLENN
School Store Adviser
P. l-l. JIETER
Science Cluh Adviser, lsliaY Adviser
Home Economics, IP.sT. A. Diatetics Class
. ROBERT LITTLE
BETSY TOM LAWRENCE
Col.ous: Green and White FLOWER! White Rose
Ruleighis motto is: "Let no one be a slranger but once."
MARY ELIZABETH AVERILL
' Girl Reserves 1-2-3--L, Secretary 2, Vice
President 3g Girls' Athletic Association 24
Little Theatre 3g Glee Club 3-4-g Alternate
for Debating Team 35 Triangular Debating
Team 44 Music Contest 3-4-g LATIPAC Staff
-tg Senior Class Historian 4-.
ANNE BEVERLY ALLEN
Girl Reserves lg Little Theater 3-4:
Athletic Association 4-.
AUGUs'rUs T. ALLEN, JR.
Science Club 1-2-35 Literary Society 2-3g
Hi-Y 3-4-g Band 1-2-33 Chairman Ring Com-
mittee 3g Business Manager LATIPAC 4.
ELSIE MAY ANDREWS
Girl Reserves 1-2-34 Girls' Athletic As-
sociation 1-24 Student Council Standards
Committee 44 Little Theater 4.3 Girls' Liter-
ary Society 24 Science Club 2g Student
BETTY GREEN ASHBY
Girls' Athletic Association l-2-3-4-g Girls'
Literary Society 2g Science Club 23 Glee
Club 2-4-g Little Theater 4.
MARY ELIZABETH BAILEY
Girl Reserves 1-2-3-4g Girls' Literary So-
ciety 2g Girls' Athletic Association 2g Little
Theater 2-33 Music Chairman Girl Reserves
3-4-g Music Contest 3-4g I.A'r1PAc Staff 44
Girls' Glee Club 3-4.
The first court was held on the Fourth of June 1771 at Bloomsbury or the Wake Courthouse.
ONA ELIZABETII BAILEY
JAM:-:s RUFI-'IN BAILEY
Boy Scouts lg Literary Society 23 Science
Club 23 Band 2: Hi-Y 3-43 International 1
Relations Club 4.
EDNA EARLE BAnNEs
HELEN Imam: BAY
John Marshall High School 1 CRichm0nd,
Virginialg Hugh Morson High 2-34 Dru-
matic Club at Hugh Morson 34 N. B. H. S.
-ig Little Theater 4-g Glee Club lg Girls'
Athletic Association 4-5 Carnival Queen 1.
ANDREW M. BECK, Jn. SAM BELL, JR-
Boy Sqoutg 1-2-35 Science Club 23 Golf Glee Club lg Boy Scouts lg Science Club
Team 2-8-45 Junior Football Team 8-4-. li F00fb'-in 1-
In 1781 Joel Lane was voted the sum of 15,000 pounds for the lodging and food of the General Assembly and
the pasturage for their hofrsea.
DAN L. BELVIN
Science Club 1-2-3-4-g Latin Club 2g Teu-
nis Club 3-4g State Mathematics Contest
SHERMAN W. BLOW'
Science Club 2-34 Glee Club 2.
ANNE BEATRICE BOSTICK
Girl Reserves 3, Greensboro, N. C.g lu-
ternntional Relations Club 4-.
AGNES LOUISE BOYKIN
Girl Reserves 1-2-34 Girls' Athletic As-
sociation 2-34 Girls' Literary Society 2-3.
. v . ,
AULE WIMON BROUGHTON Girl Reserves 1-2-3-4g Latin Club 1-2-
Girls' Athletic Association 2-33 Girls' Girls' Athletic Association 2g Girls' Liter:
Litcrary Society 2-3g Science Club 24 Girl flfy Sflciety 2"33 Little Theatre 45 Omce AS'
Regg-rveg 3, SlSfliIlt 4-g S8Ill0l' Play 41.
lV'illiam Ulwi.-rlmas 'ZUIIS the 37H"lJ0ylH' of Raleigh and was paid 8110 for his work.
.AJ A Eb'
, lf' . -U
VIRGINIA PEARL BUNN OAG' ,QB
Girl's Athletic Association 3-4-g Girls'
Literary Society 3-413 Girl Reserves 3-4-3
Home Economics Club lg Home Room
Representative 34 Glee Club 4.
WILLIAM NOELL CAMPBELL
Band l-2-3-44 Science Club 1-23 Student
Council lg Boy Scouts 1-2-3g Literary So-
ciety 2-3g Orchestra 3g Tennis Club 3-4g
Junior Class 34 Hii Timex Staff 4.
HELEN FRANCES CANADAY
Girl Reserves 2-3-4-4 Girls' Athletic As-
sociation 35 Girl Scouts 4.
Girls' Athletic Association 1-2g Girl Re-
serves lg Library Assistant 4.
EVERETTE Wim-ON CARTER E'1'III-:L fiRAY CLII"roN
Buy Sgouts 1-23 Fgutbgll 2-3-44 Truck 3-43 Girls Athletic Association 1-24 Girls
Boxing 3-4: Baseball 3-43 HLY 43 Mono- Literary Society 2-34 Little Theater 2-3
gram Club 4, Commercial Club 3g Carnival Queen At-
When Raleigh was Ill-ffl out il 'wmv one mile squrlre.
EVA CLo COTNER
Girl Scout 1-2-3-43 Girls' Athletic As-
sociation 23 Science Club 23 Student Council
43 Secretary Junior Class 33 May Day
JOHN EDWARD COMER
Science Club 1-23 Boy Scouts 13 Glee
Club 33 Little Theater 3g International Re-
lations Club 4-3 State Music Contest 4.
RICHARD PERSHING Comma
Science Club 23 Glee Club 4.
GEORGE MAR1oN Coornn, JR.
Literary Society 3-43 Science Club 1-2-3-43
Latin Club 23 Boy Scouts 1-2-33 'Treasurer
Literary Society 43 Hi Timex Staff 43 IAATI'
mc Stal? 4g Senior Play 4.
MARY EMMA Comm
Girl Reserves 1-2-32 Girls' Athletic As-
sociation 1-2-3, Secretary 43 Girls' Literary
Society 1-23 Girls' Glee Club 2-3-43 Student
Council 23 Cheer Leader 43 Carnival Attend-
ant 43 Advertising Staff LATIPAC 43 May
Day Maid of Honor 4.
VANN BUREN COVINGTON, JR.
Boy Scouts 1-2-SQ Science Club 1-2-33
Literary Society 3-4, Program Chairman 4-.
Hi-Y Club 4-3 Glee Club 4-3 Tennis Club 4.
The public squares were 'named for men to whom the state was indebted for comspicuous service.
NANCY HOSKINS DALTON
Girl Reserves lg Latin Club 1-2, President
23 Girls' Athletic Association 1-25 Student
Council 24 Student Assistant Sq Senior Play
44 Girls' Literary Society 43 Little Theater 4.
Student Council 2-3-4, Vice President 3,
Points Committee 4-3 Boys' Literary So
ciety 2-34 Science Club 2: Tennis Club 3-vt.
President 4-4 Hi-Y 3-43 Little Theater 4.
Louis EDWIN Dsvis
Boy Scouts 2, Goldsboro High School.
State Art Appreciation Contest 1-2g De-
bating 2-Bg Girls' Literary Society, Vice
President 34 LA'rn1Ac Stal? 4.
CHARLES W. Doax
Junior Football 1-24 Student Council 2-4g
Football 8-4-4 Debating 44 International
B1-:'1"1-v OLIVIA DoRsi:'r'1'
Skdled stone cutters from England and Scotland were brought over to assist with building of the present Capitol
Girls' Athletic Association l-2-3: Dramatic
Club 24 Ring: Committee 34 l.A'l'Il'.-XC Staff
-1-3 Carnival Queen Attendant -L.
J 1-:ANNE REB:-:CCA Dozngn
Lee H. Edwards High School, Asheville
l935g Student Council 3g Glee Club 2-33
Raleigh Glee Club -ig Broughton Inter-
national Relations Club 4-.
SARAH WVILLA Dm-:w
Science Club 1-24 Girl Scouts 1-2g Latin
Club 24 Little Theater 2-3-41g LATIPAC Stat?
ig Cap and Gown Committee fl-4 Assistant
Adviser Junior Dramatic Club Ai.
lbIARJ0lllE J 1-:AN EMANUM.
Girl Reserves lg Girl Scouts lg Girls'
Athletic Association 2g Girls' Literary So-
ciety 24 Science Club 2: Little Theatre 3-4-q
Junior-Senior Dancer 3-44 May Day
NIAmnr: Lm: ENGLAND
Girls' Athletic Association 2-3-il-,g Pres-
ident Horseback Riding Group 3.7 Junior-
Senior Committee 33 Glee Club 2-3: Liter-
ary Society 2-3g Sportsmanship Superlativc
-ig Attendant Carnival Queen -tg Littlc
Theatre 23 May Day Attendant.
WVARR1-:N S. FImm'soN
Boy Scouts 1-24 Boys' Literary Society
3-44 Student Council L
The urcl1il1'r'l of flu' jirxl Uupiful was lfhnrly .Hkin.v,
ROBERT N. FLoUuNoY
Boy Scouts 1-23 Boxing 1-2: Science Club
1-23 Secretary-Treasurer Freshman Class
23 Treasurer Sophomore Class 33 Literary
Society 2-33 Hi-Y 4.
DORIS HvN'rx-:R FREEMAN
Girl Reserves I3 International Relations
CHESTER HOLMES GETTEL
Science Club 2-33 High School Band 2-3-
43 Literary Society S-fl-.
HAL ALLEN GILL, JR.
BILLIE CHARLOTTE CllLLlAM
Girls' Literary Society 1-2-3-4, Treasurer
3-4-3 Latin Club lg Science Club 1-23 Glee
Club 33 Student Assistant 33 Girls Athletic
Association 2-33 Lxrinc Staff 43 Little
JosEPH O. Gonwm
Boy Scouts 1-2-35 Science Club 1-2-33
Student Council 13 Junior Football 1-23
Junior Basketball 1-23 Art Club 23 Student
Assistant 33 Tennis Club 33 Varsity Foot-
ball 3-43 Junior-Senior Committee 33 Glee
Club 8-43 Track 43 LATIPAC Staff 43 Mono-
gram Club 4.
The county seat of Wake was originally Bloomsbury.
Washington High School lg VVashington
Girl Reserves lg Washington Basketball
Team lg Broughton Latin Club 2g Little
Theater 24 Chairman Program Committee
international Relations Club 44 Alternate
for Debating Team 3g Triangular Debating
Team 4-g Class Testator 4.
FRANCES ELIZABI-:'rH CQOODMAN
Latin Club lg Student Council 2g Home
Economics Cluhg Glee Club lg Senior Play
Hoamrr ERNEST Goonwm
Science Cluh 1-24 Boy Scouts 1-23 Foot-
hall 2-3-4: Monogram Club 4.
3 Iloms GRAIIAM
NIARGIE IACE Gizmos EVELYN AMELIA HAM,
, wadesbmlo High School: Civics Club 15 International Relations Club 4-g Girls' Glee
Secretary Dranlatlc C lub 2-3. Club 2
The -"ZVf'1c' Stuff' Il0u.w"' mst North Carolina -wzonon.
Anfrmva Exviom' Huuus
Science Club 1-2g Literary Society 2-3-4
Football 3g Hi-Y 4-.
EDNA COOPER HATHCOCK
Girl Reserves I-2g Girls' Literary Society
23 Science Club 24 Glee Club 4g International
Relations Club 4-.
THoMAs 'l'mf:onoru-: HAY
Boy Scouts 1-2: Tennis Club 4.
CHARLES Hovu: Hom'
Science Club 2g Boy Scouts 3.
. xVlLLlAM SIDNEY Hon'roN
Science Club lg Boy Scouts 1-23 Football
l-2-3-4-g Baseball 2-3-43 Track 2-4-3 Hi-Y
2-3-4, Snrgcant-at-Arms 3, President 4-g Pre-
sident Older Boys' Conference of North and
South Carolina 4-g Monogram Club 4-, Sec-
retary and Treasurerg Senior Play 41g Stu-
dent Council 45 Triangular Debating Team
ig Beau-Belle Superlative 4-g Representative
to Memphis Young Peoplc's Conference.
KAIH. fililldll llunsox, Jn.
Student Council l--L, Publicity Chairman
fig Science Club 1-2-3, Vice President fig Ili-
Tinmx Staff 2-3-4-, Assistant Editor 2, Editor-
in-Chief 3-4-g Literary Society 2-3-ei-g Class
lteporter 2g Class President 3g Baseball 3--tg
Marshal 3-4-4 Tennis Club -tg Hi-Y 3--L, Vice
In 17114 Ihr firxl rnwftiny nf the fffflllfl Imflyz' of QlIn.wm.v TCUN helll.
ALPHoNso VVALLACE JEWELL
Rutherfordton-Spindale High Schoolg
Runs PnEs'roN HUGHES
Dramatic Club 14 Science Club 2g Girls'
Literary Society 24 Student Assistant 2:
Little Theater 3-4, Treasurer 44 Marshal 3-44
Glee Club 44 May Day Attendant 4.
Girl Reserves lg International Relations
JAMES ALLEN INGRAM
Glee Club 3-44 Boxing 1.
ITENRY EDWARD JENKINS
Science Club 1-24 Council Representative
14 Boxing Team lg Literary Society 2-33
Junior Football Team 24 Tennis Club 3-4-4
Hi-Y 3-4, Treasurer 44 Football 3-44 Secre-
tary Senior Class 44 Hi Tim,e.w Staff 44
Senior Marshal 4-4 Boy Scouts 1-2-3-4.
M AimAnlc'r'r11: J OIINSUN
Garner High School4 Basketball 1-24 Glen-
Club 1-2-34 Dramatic Club 2g Girl Reserves
24 Science Club 2g Girls' Athletic Association
3g Broughton High School 44 Girls' Athletic
Association 44 Library Assistant 44 Otiicc
Governor Ashe was the first governor tor make Raleigh his permanent residence.
BIAE Toxo JONES
Glee Club 44 Girls' Athletic Association
2-34 Home Economics Club 2-3.
WILLIAM CHARLES JoNEs
Varsity Football 1-2-3-44 Glee Club 1-2-
3-44 Monogram Club 4.
Latin Club 14 Literary Society 2-3-4,
Secretary 3-4-4 Hi Times Staff 2-3-4, Assist-
ant Editor 34 Student Council 2-4, Secretary
2, Treasurer 44 LATIPAC Staff 3-4, Junior
Editor 3, Editor-in-Chief 44 Science Club
24 Tennis Club 3-44 Hi-Y 4-4 Superlative
Committee 44 Student Faculty Committee 4.
Girl Scout 1-2-34 Athletic Association 1-2-
34 Girls' Literary Society 2-34 Girl Reserves
2-34 Glee Club 2-3-4.
BERTIE B. KELLY
Football Junior Team 24 Varsity Football
3-44 Basketball 2-3-45 Monogram Club 44
Glee Club 84 Baseball 2-3-4.
In IN06 t'- h
WILLIAM Hoon KENNEDY
Boy Scouts 1-24 Science Club 24 Hi-Y 4.
1 a wa er w cel worked from a pond in front of Diafs Hill. Th' h
engineer was Samuel La.-rh,
ui was t e first water works system and its
M ATI: 1-:NA Grxnnxss Loma 1-1 Aim'
Little- 'llllt'!ltt'l' 3--ig Ulm- Club ir.
CHARLES ROBERT LINK
Bow' Scouts 1-2-3, Patrol Leader 2-34 Hi-Y
2-3-43 Science Club 3g Basketball 3--tg Inter-
national Relations Club 4-.
Roux-:wr IJICKSON IJITTLE
Science Club 1-25 Student Council 1-2-3-4,
Sargeant-at-Arms Fall Term 4-g Literary
Society 2-3-4, President 4-3 Ili Times Stat?
2-3-4-, Circulation Manager 3, Co-Business
Manager -tg Vice President Class 23 Vice
President Class 3g Tennis Club 3-4-g Marshal
33 Hi-Y 3-44 Vice President Class 43 Chief
Marshal 4: Class Prophet 4.
Atvmncv Li-nc Lnovn
XNAYLON HPIRMAN LLOYD
Boy Scouts 1-2.
Girls' Athletic Association lg Science
Club 2: Home Economies Cluh 2.
l ' d ffllllill eurriugaf wa.-r fl
In llnf rurly yvnrx of the nin1'frfrfnth r'r'11l1a ry 'l'l'htl'll'-V were f'1lIIfllH'll fo 'wagons am gags, an a ,1
' -' 1' H' ' H 1- ff n 'ri' I I If .Iv 1"vII for u long .l01ll'lI0jl me for a .vhorl mul.
Holly. lfznynnr uprrf fl fr ll 1 imwmr' L
ELMER FRANCIS Lownv
Science Club 24 Literary Society 44
Jovcn F1-:RREE I.UCK
Girl Reserves 24 Little Theater 2-3-4-4 Glee-
Club 2-3-4-4 Student Council 34 Make Up
und Properties Selection for Senior Play 44
l4A'l'lPAL' Staff 44 Scholarship 4.
lJI'NcAN BAILPIY MANGIYRI
Wake Forest High Scboolg Football 1-34
Basketball l-2-34 Baseball 1-2-34 O. Henry
Society 34 Glee Club 2-34 President Junior
Classg Dramatic Club 34 Needham Brough-
ton 4-54 Football -L-54 Baseball 4-54 Basket-
ball 4-54 Tennis 4--54 Glee Club 4--54 Hi-Y
54 Senior Class 54 Monogram Club -I-.
St. Mary's School 2-32 Little Tlicuter 44
Senior Play 44 Cheer Leader 44 I4ATlPAC
Stuff 4-4 Girls' Athletic Association -I-4 Super-
lntive Versatility 44 May Day Attendant 4.
' - H
.loHN B. NIAHTIN, Jn.
Maumger l"ootball 'l'm-am 3-rl-4 Glen- Club
. nogrum Club -L4 Hi-Y 44 Student
I'uffI INIIU fhI'l'l' wax no rhurrh ndifif-rf ulllm-ugh xm'zvir"4.-' wafrrf fn ' ll lfll I A
uqmn y ll r ny xr'zw'ral rlvnnminationa in flu
Science Club 1.
NANCY BRANCH MAUPIN
Girls' Literary Society I-24 Latin Club I4
Little Theater 2-34 Ili-Tinms Staff 3-4, As-
sistant Editor 44 Chairman Junior-Senior
Banquet 34 Chairman Social Committee 44
Chairman Christmas Opportunity Committee
44 LA'1'1PAc Staff 44 Student Council 44
International Relations Club 44 P.-T. A.
VV:-lfare Committee 44 P.-T. A. Fine Arts
Committee 44 Miss Needham Broughton
Superlative 44 Chairman Senior Gift Coln-
nxittee 44 May Day Attendant 4.
FRED Ev!-:s NIILLER
Science Club 1-2-3-44 Boy Scouts 1-2-3-44
Latin Club 24 Tennis Club 3g Hi-Y 4.
JOSEPH W. hII'l'CHElVI
GWENDO LYN M oom-1
LYIARY LILY NIOORE
Girl Reserves 1-3, President 44 Girls
Literary Society 2-34 Latin Club 2g Band 4
Little Theater 44 Glee Club 44 Senior
Grd! Qffll-I lx
N gw XA N i -N
it f f
. 4.1 U LI li A . il
.VXJJ h V LM!
Raleighle original market ho-use
was erected in 1800.
, OLIVER Moom-2
Boy Scouts 1-24 Science Club l'2Q Latin
Club 1-24 Rifle Team 2-34 Glee Club 14
'l'ennis,Cluh 3-44 Boxing 1-24 German Club
4-4 Band 1'2Q Student Cadet 3.
Louis EARL M ORHAN
Junior Football Team 2g Junior Basket-
ball 24 Glee Club.
EDNA EAHLE Monms
Girls' Athletic Association 14 Girl Re-
serves Club lj Home Economics Club 2-34
Commercial Club 3.
SARAH RAw1.lNus lWICciHADY
Girl Reserves 14 Girls' Athletic Associa-
tion l-24 Girls' Literary Society 24 Student
Council 34 Carnival Queen Attendant 4.
HARRIET MARIE MCKNIGI-rr
Girls' Athletic Association 1-2-35 Girl Re-
serves 1-2-3-41 Science Club 24 Cadet 84
Glee Club 4.
Anemia A. LICBIILLAN .
Rifle Club 14 Science Club 2-3-44 Literary
Society 2-34 Student Council 1-2-33 School
Store 3-4-4 Hi-Y Club 3-4-4 Boy Scouts 1-2-
3-44 Boxing 2g Tennis Club 3-4-4 Tennis
In 1800 each child and every servant had to seed his shoe full of 1-otton each winter evening
:ALICE IIUTII KDLIVE
Girl Reserves Club l-2-Hg Girls' Literary
Society l-2-Zig Girls' Athletic' Assoeation
IIOMEH IRA NICHOLS
Boy Scouts 1-Zg Science Club 1-2: Glee
Club 44 International Relations Club 4.
.loHN FRIEND NICHOLSON
Science Club 23 Boxing 2-Sq Glee Club -Ig
lIi-Y 43 Tennis Club -I.
IIEBECCA WYSE NORMAN
Concord High School lg Latin Club 1-24
Athletic Club 2-33 Girls' Literary Society
3-4, Treasurer -Lg Little Theater 2-3-4, Pres-
ident 413 Senior Play Committee 43 Carnival
Attendant 4-4 Glee Cluh ig Annual Staff -L
SARAH VIRGINIA 0LIW'ER
Girls' Literary Society 1-24 Girls' Athletic
Association 1-2-3-43 Little Theater 4-g
Marslml 3g Cheer Leader 4-3 Science Club
I-23 Annual Stuff 4-g Maid of Iionor 4g
Adviser Junior Drnnmtic Club 44 May Day
Ona' of Ihr firxl pru1'lir'iuy lurvywrx I'0lllll4l'f1'll with fhe lzixtnry uf Rnlnigh 'wnx Ilvnry Swazwll who vunnf hurl'
y, og- XXX?
C to Ck LZMDQXX, 'SgueQ,QCg
Jvmos ALL1soN PAGE
Junior Football Team lg Varsity Football
Team 1-2-3-45 Basketball Team l-2-3-4-g
Baseball Team 1-2-3-4, Captain 24 Mono-
gram Club 4, President 4-g Boys' Quartette-
2-3-4: Hi-Y 4-g Glee Club 2-S-4.
NELL GAnNE'r'r PAGE
Girls' Athletic Association I-2--1-4 Girls'
Glee Club lg Girl Reserves Club lg Assistant
Editor Frfxhman Timex 1.
MARY ELIZABETH Paulus
Little Theater 2-fig Girls' Athletic Associa-
tion lg Girl Reserves Club 1-3-4: Gln-e Club
Mlunmu FRANCES Pi-:Ancm
Scholarship Certificate 1-3: Glee Club 4-.
Mfxlvlzlcvif: V. l'm:I,i1:
Glu- Club L.
Ronizlvr MARION Pnrrnoss
Orchestra 3-4g Band 1-2-3-4.
lvgk flnila .-,,,-.py
'11 l Af' AN
"ln 1800 no Latin or Greek wmv taught to the girls, but a cfursr' in Ualphalwlir-ul .mn1pier.v" and 'wool u'm'k funk tha-
plare of the vlrmsirrs for them."
14 JM 'H'
. 4,0 '
HAZEL PAULINE PoN'roN
Little Theater 4-3 Latin Club 2-35 Girls'
Athletic Association 1-2-3-44 Girls' Literary
Society 3: Science Club 1-2.
EDWIN ANDPIIRSKIN PI-:NIcIc, Jn.
Science Club 25 Boys' Literary Society
2-3-4, Publicity Chairmang Little Theater
ig Senior Play 4-3 Student Council, Chairman
Standards Committee 4g Annual Staff 4-g
Alexander Graham High School, Charlotteq
Contest Play 4, Scholarship Superlative 4.
'PHOMAS EDWIN 1,ERRY
Science Club 2g Band 34 Glee Club -lg
Reporter Raleigh Tiwmfx 4.
VPIRA CAROLYN PII-:RCI-2
Little Theater 2-34 Girl Reserves I-2-3--I-.
IJARRV CRAIG P11-'I-MAN
WILLIAM HARDMAN POTEAT
Student Council 1-2-3-4, Secretary 2g
Chairman Points Committee 3, President -tg
State Student Council 1-2-3-4, President
State Student Council Congress 4-g Chair-
man Resolutions Committee 2, President 34
Chairman N. C. High School Board ot
Institute of Governmentg Science Club 2-3g
Literary Society 2-3-44 Boy Scouts 1-2-3-43
Tennis Club 4-9 Junior Football lg Hi-Times
Reporter 2g Latin Club lg Junior-Senior
Committee 4g Glee Club 4-g Senior Superla-
tive Service 44 State Music Contest 4-.
In 1802 tr- group of leading 'matroils in Raleigh presented rat pair of globes to the Sl'i07lfifi!' eq14ip'nmnt of the
University at Chapel Hill.
Thu bH"J C.4lVAlo l
lliflv Club lg Buy Scouts 2.
Alexander Graluun. Cliarlottc, N. C. 1:
lnllin Club 3: Girls' Athletic Association 2-3:
l.iHlc 'l'lw:lfcr 3: Sfutlcni Council Suciul
lDono'rHx' li LlzA1n4:'rH Rmwrzs wi
Glen- Club lg Uliicv Assistant 4-g l.lvrIv.xc
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PH- '.:L.- -5- ...
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f1-f.-- 1- 1-
' H-::1" ...J 5:
blrQ" YQM zt-
ll0lTlIIllttf'C' 3g Class Day Committvc -1-g May
Day Committee -L
W1nuu:N VAN limxvicu Roux
l'iIfBER'I' 1'lI'liENl-I RIDDL1-3, JR.
Science Club 2-4g International Ht'lllflilllh
Monogram Club ,tg Basketball 2-3-AL. Club 4g Joke Editor Ili Ylllllffar 2.
In 1802 Raleigh? first fire engine was bought by the l'0IllIlfCl7"ll contributions of the nitizens nf Raleigh.
SUSAN flllAllAM Sco'I"r
Girl Reserves lg Girls' Athletic Associa-
tion 1-2--1-4 Glee Club -ig Cheer Leader 444
Literary Society 2.
WILLIAM GoLI-:Y Ross
Science Club 1-2-3g Literary Society 2-3-t,
Vice President 4-g Hi-Y 3--Lg Ili Timex 3-4,
Co-Business Manager ig Tennis Club 3-44
Rifle Club 1-24 Student Council -I-, Committee
SARAH FRANCES RUAIIK
Science Club 1-25 Girl Scouts 1-23 Liter-
ary Society 2g Little Theater 3--if, Reporterq
Girls' Athletic Association 3g Hi Timex 4-,
Senior Reporterg Glee Club 4-, lteporterg
IIATIPAC Business Staffg Student Council,
Member Publicity Committeeg Attendant to
Carnival Queen 443 May Day Attendant 4-.
CHARLOTTE ELIZABETH RUFIPNER
Little Theater 3-4-4 Athletic Association
l-2-3--ig Glee Club, President -tg LATIPAC
Staff 44 Girls' Literary Society 24 May Day
JUNIUS A. SAPP, JR.
Goldsboro High School lg Boxing lg Mili-
tary Club lg Basketball 2-3-4-4 Track 3-4:
Monogram Club -lg Senior Superlative-Wit
Girl Reserves 1-24 Secretary-Treasurer
International Relations Club 4-3 Girls' Liter-
ary Society 2-3-4-4 Vice President Glee Club
-ig Girls' Athletic Association 1-2-3-tg Ad-
vertising Staff IAATIPAC 43 Reporter for
Home Economics Club 3g Cheer Leader -lg
Carnival Attendant 3-4-5 Beau-Belle Superin-
tive -tg Senior Marshal 4-3 May Queen 4-.
Noi until IXUJ was the yuzvfrnor of' the Sfnie required to reside in Raleigh.
MEIILI-: D. SENNA
Science Club I4 Latin Clllb lg Glee Club
I-2-3--l-4 Monogram Club 4, Business
Manager4 Junior Football 1-2, Captain 2g
Varsity Football 2-3-4-4 Baseball 2-3-4-4
Junior Basketball l'2Q Varsity Basketball 34
Coach Junior Basketball 44 Chairman
Parade Committee 4-4 Tumbling Team 1-24
Boxing' Team 1-2.
HAVANNA CLTBA SILVER
Little Theater 44 Girls' Literary Society 4.
GI-:onm-: H. SMITH
Citizenship Club, Sarpzeant-at-Arms lg
Cadet 14 Baseball 4.
l,AVlD RAY SoII'rI-II-:RN
Science Club 44 Uflice Assistant -L
WILLIAM J. SPAIN, JR.
Charlotte High School l-2-3--1-4 Junior
Basketball 1-24 Junior Football 24 Secretary
Class 24 Student Council 3g Varsity Foot-
ball 3-4-4 Varsity Basketball 3-44 Junior
Tennis 34 English Club 34 Monogram Club
lg Broughton High School 54 Football 54
Basketball 54 Tennis 54 Monogram Club 54
Hi-Y Secretary 54 International Relations
Club 54 President 54 Triangular Debating
The Cenanuv in Ralei h in 180W 'I 'h't I 0'
Lvcvn IfEBECCA SPIKI-is
Band 2-3-44 Orchestra 3--t4 Glee Club -L4
Home Eeonoinies 4.
g 1 grwx u IP ma es ,.25,'whita' fvnmlrfx 178, frwfdnuni .'i':i', xlrzzws ,f70, lolnl 786
families X5. l ,
FRANCES TVRNER SUMNER
Girl Reserves 1-2-3-4, Treasurer 3g Girls'
Literary Sooety 23 Little Theater 2-34 Glut-
Club 45 Girls' Athletic Association -i-, Leader
WVILLIAM ARTHUR 'PAYLOR
Sefenee Club 24 Glee Club -i.
JAMES PAUL TAYLOR, JR.
Boy Scouts 1-2-34 Science Club lg Glee
Club 2-3-tg International Relations Club -I.
Girl Reserves 1-2g Girls' Athletic Associa-
tion 1-24 Girls' Literary Society l-2g Latin
Club 2: Little Theater 2-3-414 Ili Timex
Senior Reporter 4-g Student Council 4:
BLANCHP2 Louise THQMPSON
1jAVID OLIVER TURNER
Girls' Athletic Association lg Girls' Liter-
ary Society 2-3-4: Art Club 3g Little
Buy Scouts 1-2g Boxing 35 Alternate for
Debating Team 4.
English. money was still being used to a large extent in Raleigh in. 1810.
Superlative Committee 43 May Day Attend-
I"nANcx-:s RAND TURNER
Latin Club 1-23 Girls' Literary Society
I-2-33 Girls' Athletic Association I-2-3-4-g
Girl Reserves l-2.
Gimcif: IN1-:z Tvsmc
Girl Reserves 1-2-3: Girls' Athletic As-
sociation 2-4g Glce Club 3-tg Internatiomil
llclutions Club 4.
H. Avnnm' Uxlmnwoon, Jn.
Glcc Club 1-2-3. ,
-l0Hl'Zl'lI I'lAYNl'IS VAN LANniNuHAM
l.atin Club: International Relations Club.
ETHEL RALPHINE VAUGHN ABE WADE, -ill-
Girl Scouts lg Girl Reserves lg Inter- Boi' 500135 1-2-
Illlflllllill Rc-lutions Club -L
In IKIII Her. ll'illium ill:-l'hmvlwrx wmv aflffrlwl principal of Ihr lK,!Ill'fjl,l .ir'rula'rny, and 'llilwffll' uf flu' I'i!,u
XIARTHA OLIVIA WVALTUN
Littlv 'l'lwatcr lg Latin Cluh 2.
Lmwoon li. XRYATKINS
MARGAHI-:'r Rl"l'lI XNYATKINS
WVu,1.xAM Bxciu:'r'r W'min
Svivlwv Club 2-3-il.
Gnlwms W'mT1w1AN Latin Club 1-24 Science Cluh 1-2-3, Treas-
Cirl , uhletil X Sod ti n 1 0 3 Fil-I R urer 33 Junior Football 33 Assistant Manage-r
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Little 'l'lu-eater 3-,Lg Glen- Club lg Senior
The first Jlethmiixt l'Iu1r1-h in Raleigh was rmnplaffml in 1871 mul .vfuud on Blount Strvet.
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Boy Scouts 1-23 Science Cluh 2-34 Book
ltoom 3-4g Little Theater 43 Hi-Y 4: Stage
Manager Al-4 Election Committee for Curnivul
AIARY CQALT VV1L1,1AMsoN
Girl Reserves l-2-3--1, Treasurer -lg Latin
Club 23 Girls' Literary Society 2-3-4, Pres-
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Tllenter 43 I.A'rn-Ar Advertising Staff rl-.
Science Cluh 25 Latin Club 2-3.
JULIA FRANCES WINGATPI
Girl Reserves 1-2-3-lg Glee Club 2-3--lg
Ofiice Assistant 3-4.
The Haplixtx built llmir firxf r'hul'r'h in Rulrfiyh nn Moore Squarlf in 1812.
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llnss Solo Music Conhrst 45 President Cluss
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CIIAIILICS FRANKLIN Yow
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'l'HoMAs SIDNEY Yow, Jn.
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Hallll of History
'I'h4: hull of lliSfllI'.ll ruulniux llIlll'!' llmn 13.0011 rvlirs rlufiuy from Ihll lox! 1-nlnlly in llllfi' in 1:78-710 nmclern lime.-'
SIENIIOIR CJLASS HISTORY
The 1-116 hoys and girls who make up the gracluatillg class of Broughton High School are proud
to add their hit of history to Raleiglfs legend of passing' events and days. The habits of co-
opcrzition and of fair play which have been taught us during thc past five years are symbolic of thc
spirit which influences the public minded men ot' Raleigh today :md has influenced them in the past.
Qllrrwlillr Vollryff. ll liuplisl rullvgr for n'n:n4:n was f'.s-lrllzli.-vlwrl in INIIII.
To begin this history with a tombstone-there once lived a man who had so much fun during
his life time that he asked to have engraved on his tomb these words: "Life is a jest and all things
show it. I thought so once, but now I know it." The Senior Class of Broughton, for 1936, has
found this same thing true. The five years we've spent here have included much hard work, but
pleasure and fun have colored a part of each day and each event..
As leaders during our high school years we have elected four worthy presidents: William Potent
served for the Sub-Freshman class, Mettauer Davidson, who served for both Freshman and Sopho-
more classes, Karl Hudson, president of the Junior Class, and Charles Wood, as leader of the Senior
Class. These oflicers have directed the efforts of our class in all types of endeavor.
Some of the high lights of our school days have been first-during our Freshman year Karl
Hudson edited a paper, The Freshman Times, which grew into our present Ili-Timex. YVe are proud
of Karl's efforts as an editor and doubly proud of the results of his work. The lovely Spanish
Junior-Senior which was given in our Junior year and sponsored by Nancy Maupin proved a great
success. That hilarious play, "Here Comes Charlie" was given as a Senior Play in the fall of 1935.
Bill Horton and Gladys VVhitman starred in the roles of this comedy.
To quote that famous philosopher, Will Rogers, "YVc point with with pride," and sometimes
when the subject of diplomas and credits arise, "view with alarm," our very famous athletes. This
class is unique in this our year of graduation, in that Raleigh High School has won four State
Championships, football, basketball, boxing, and baseball. We claim the distinction of being the
only Senior class who has achieved such fame in athletics.
All groups of people must have some form of law and order. Broughton's Student Council,
under the leadership of Bill Poteat, has been our judge and jury. Some of us may not have liked
the jail sentences which we have served in the Detention Hall on sunny afternoons, but we have
acquired a deep and abiding respect for the Student Council and its efforts toward law and order.
The threads of many activities have mingled in and brightened the history of our school life.
As Seniors we are well represented in Glee Club, Band, and the 'Triangular Debate. Perhaps from
some of these features of school life we have deemed more valuable lessons in cooperation and stead-
fast endeavor than from our everyday, reading, writing, and 'rithmetic-.
Tile history of our high school life ends. And to finish appropriately, as we began, with the
words from a tombstone-"We liked it all."
MARY ELIZABETH AVERILL,
The Jlethmlixt Orphrumyr wmv l'hlll'l'fl'I'14ll in 1899 and was opened for Ihr 1u'f'eptam'e of child ren in 1900.
LAST Will, TIESTAMUENT
S'l'.X'l'l". Oli' N0lt'l'H C'AltOl,lNA
t'ounty of VVake
ive. the Senior flass of Nineteen Ilundred and Thirty-six. heing of praetically sound body and
niind and realizing that the treasures we have eolleeted during the last four years eannot he taken
with ns. do niake and deelare this our last will and testament.
'o the l'lass of 'l'hirty-seven we bequeath:
ltein 1. The right to inareh out of ehapel first if the underelassuien eau he heat to the door.
lteui 2. 'l'he privilege of looking intelligent during the triangular debates.
lteni Zi. 'l'he opportunity to struggle through an extra year of sehool.
1'o the Class of 'l'hirty-eight we leave:
lteni 1. 'l'he inipossilmility of keeping the Junior-Senior plans seeret from the snooping Seniors.
lteni ZZ. The thought that soon it will he possible to throw in an extra French phrase to be-
r the less intelligent nienilmers.
'l'o the ineolning Sophoniores we lmequeath:
lteni l. 'l'he joyful realization that soon Latin will he a ghost of the past.
lteui 2. The dreary thought that within a few years the privilege of financing the Junior-Senior
hancpiet will lie theirs and the idea that it would he a good thing to start saving pennies now.
'l'o the ineonling lfresluuen we leave:
lteln l. The suggestion that a few posies might brighten the way to an Excellent.
ltein 2. The thought that there will soon he sonie younger and less intelligent students in high
ltein l. To the faeulty we wish to express our hearty thanks for their noble attempt to drill
v important faets into nuiuhskulls.
lteni 2. 'l'o the diseiplinarians of our faeulty we leave an extra supply of detention hall slips
foree lmetter the laws of the sehool.
And now having disposed of our niost valuahle property we hope all will be satisfied and not
hlaiue the dead.
To this will and testament. YY:-. the Class of Thirty-six. through the agency of the testator, have
o set our hand and seal on this sixth day of April. anno domini. nineteen hundred and thirty-six.
lluriny lhis lime. Nflus Iinrnx wus llnf proprirffor of the only foundry in Ifaleiylr.
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President Vice President Secretary kj
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Treasurer IIOTIUTIU'-If illenlberx df-QV '1
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Mayard Alford Ella Mae Fowler Helen Lewis Otis Robertson '
Milton Austin Mac Fuller Norman Litchfield Lillian Russell il
Ransom Austin Valeria Garlington Ida Lloyd Frances Scarhoro A 1
Bruee Barbour Buddy Gill ' Jeanne Lowder Joe Shannonhouse ' ,
Mildred Barbour Clarence Godwin Q Marjorie Massey Jimmy Sil1c'la1ir
Laura Barefoot Marion Goodwin Elbert Martin Kathrine Spain
Yvilliam Basden Charles Graham Rose Martin Ruby Speight
Ansel Berry GJ . Thomas Gray James Matthews li. H. Stephensob
Mary Birdxfix Carl Hailey Y Mayhelle Maynard Cathryn Tippett G 1 Y ,kxbus Klux
Julian Blakeley " p Janet Hampt A X Billy McCormick Helen Turner 'S 'X-u.LsLJ-I-K gslqy. A
Sarah Bland James Hamriek f Ry James Meade Leo Tyner Qc-IL X
Fannie Boliek Worth Hare X Q David Middleton Charles Vestal MXN ,
Bill Bolton S Bill Hart - X Sam Morris Anne Way 3
Lonnie Bradley Jack Hedrick LJ X .lames Mounteastle Edna Whitley
Virginia Cates Bill Hicks I Frances O'Neal Kathleen Whitlowe 94- , .
Aqkfleorgifn Cline Q Valton Holley VJ Geraldine Padgett John Willard
M05 Ethel Corner Charles Howell ll. C. Pearce Louis Williams 4
fx gy ' QU Betty Cook Ervin Johnson Dorothy P. Perry Mary Winslow A '- E
ML ta- ,Robert Demain VValter Johnson Katherine Rainey Paul VVood 'JB L
Hickman Ellen David Jordan ' Nathan Beavis liebeeea Woodeoet - 4
Dorothy Evans Q Charles Joyner Claude Ressijac Colvin VVorth .a A '
C. D. Ferrell
In the early thirties the older people were mused rnnrh anxiety by lhe strange lenrleney of lhe young girls to C
' :Irene up and go out padding when Ihere 'was work for them at home!
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JUNIOR CLASS l-llS'l'0RY
Raleigh, with its historical background is a civic mother of whom we
may well be proud. Small though our part in its achievements may he, we
are glad to have even that and are delighted to add the history of the
Junior Class to that of the city of Raleigh.
Beginning with our Suhallreshman year and continuing through our
Junior year we have had as our class presidents the following students:
Archie Brown, Jacli Copeland, Ben Park, and Tom Brogan. These boys have
been outstanding in their ability as leaders in our class affairs and various
activities of the school.
The jirsl mass rrlr'In1'utf'1I in Ralrigh was ru-mlzwfed by Re1'1'1'1f1ul Wllwler in 1333 and two years Ialefr Ihr jirxl
Vuflmlir' f'hul'r'h wa.-r built at u vox! uf SXIIII.
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Tom Al'll"l'CHlN5 llucxr: .l1f:NNm"rr: J. M. .In:Nn1-:'r'rr: B. VV. KENYUN Amer: l.1uoN
Though we have tried to be serious and scholarly we have also enjoyed
the social side of the school life by giving at least one dance a year. The
success of which is due in the large part to our class advisers, Mrs. Beasley,
Miss Fitzgerald, Miss Smaw and Mrs. Fletcher, and Miss Nichols.
That our class has taken an interest in music is shown by the number of
Juniors in the Glee Club. The Junior Class also had two soloists in the
State Music Contest. We also had a great number in the band.
Our Junior Class has contributed a great number of students to variv
ous school duties and activities. lsaac Wright is assistant editor of the "Hia
Times," Ben Park and Ed Pon are on the business staff. Douglas France was
lu IHJJ un .luly f Un' 1'0l'lH'l' xlnur' of Ihr lll'1'.N'l'Hf rapilul 1c'u.v laid by flU'l'1'I'llIll' ll. I.. Swain
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Rolmlvr BIELVIN MAIIGARI-:T NIILLS LESLII-I NIINCEY ALICI-: BIITCHELL W. T. MO0HE
XVILLIAM Mounts BICN PARK RUTH PAIIKI-:II Fam: PAIIROTT SARA Pmxrnoss
ixl'HREY PI-:IIIIY l,0R0'1'llY A. Plcnlu' lloI:'rENsIc Pmun' l'.xI'L 1'IcKI:'I"I' J0sEPIfIIN1-1 PI'I"I'IsIAN
elected assistant editor of the annual and he is very capable of holding
this position, Lawrence Blanchard is assistant business manager, W. T.
Martin is assistant photographer and Edwin Price is also on the staff, and
it is rumored that he will be editorvinwchief of the annual next year if he
keeps up his fine worlc.
This year our .lunior Class decided to be original and to elect class
superlatives which before has been a privilege used only by the seniors.
The superlatives elected were as follows: Best allnround Boy and Girl,
Jimmie Wallser and lrene MlcA1Feep Best loolsing, Billy Williams and Helen
The firsl II!ll'il'llHllI'tlI fair was 110111 in Raleigh. in. 1833.
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Bxggewisg Most Popular, Ben Park and Nell W. Belly Wittiest, Catherine Spain
T and Colvin Worth. These boys and girls tools part in the figure at the
ii uniornSenior dance.
We had a 'very successful JuniornSenior with music furnished by
immie Poyner and his Famous Collegians.
Our Junior year is ending. Like the history of the city of Raleigh,
nhowever, we do not close, but only hesitate in order that we may continue
X hhc history of our class next year.
HENRY FATUCIETTIE, Historian.
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RUTH DAVIDSON ANNE BRA'1"l'ON LHIGH NVILSON
Prmidellf Vim' Prrfxizlrnzf Srfcrvfary
LOUISE SCOTT MISS SMAYV
Trr'a.v11rer Honorary :vlf'7IIIH'T
C'1,Ass COLORS: V1-llfm-nml IVhi1r
lohn Rear. 11 lumwr und :me of Rrllwiglfx first 1-ifi:,1'u.v, lefl ull his nmlwy to Hu' fo-undiuy nf rn ho.-rpitul.
SOPHOMORES NOT PHOTOGRAP D
Harold Cole A
G. VV, Groves
Ruth Ellen Kobb
C. H. Rowland
Mac VVells I
Lettie Winfree 1
Helen Wright ,
Blanche Godwin Mary Murray Guilford watson i
Charles Gaylord Carl N-HPUWSU Pauline Watkins
Roy Hamlet Mary Nwkvls Catherine Williamson 1 h
North Hinkle Nancy Nlswvnsef Charles Whilden
Irma Holding George Norwood '
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Carey Holloway ve Sill iuome ' eaver 1
Herman Heller Juanita Padgett Williams VVinds
Ruby Holder Harold Pate David Weaver f
Dorothy Pearce M if
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During the forties, IV. G. Lougee was the proprietor of the only tinware lmuhuma in Raleigh.
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Bvrry. Virginia Boykin. Clmrlvs Brudsllaw.
Annu- Brntton. NIIll':22ll't't lirowu. 'Dorotlly Bunn. Mary Anus Czllmdy. Murgurct
c1IlStIl'lll21ll, ixlllll' fonwuy, .lc-an Cooper.
, 'lxllllill Row
FY'Illll'l'S C'r:nvn-n, C'l1ristin:1 C'rm-vknmorr-. Ruth Davidson. Pvggy Davis. Mnrjory
Didrnlmwr. Xvfigllt Dixon. Margaret Ulumway.
Pilgl' H:ltln:1l1. Bvtty lillingtun. Jwm Filll'Il. Hlizaln-tl: lflollrxloy, l'l:nr:l l"0l'Stl7l'.
l"r:1m-vs Civrling, K:1tl1n'rine Hurdisun. Elwood llurpcr.
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Fmsr Row '
Jennillc Harris, Charlotte Hines. Kern Holoman, .lack Holt, Suzanne Hudson,
.lim Hutchins, Mamie Jennette.
Mildred Jennette, Elizabeth Kelly. Julia Lee. Margaret Martin, Nancy McCrary,
Charlotte Miller, Doris Murphy.
Elizabeth Neal, Gwynn Nowell, George Penirk. Jeanne lieufrow. Rachel Riddle,
Louise Scott, Billy Scawell.
' FOURTH Row
Lura Self, Frances Templeton, Clyde Wade, Barrett Wilson, Leigh Wilson,
Edith Wfooten, Catherine Wyatt, Joella Yeager.
In 1840 the population of Raleigh was but 2240.
A1.BER'1' KELLY LAWRENCE HOLDING FRED SCHMIDT
Prfsident Vice Pr1'si1lr'nt Secretary
Class Prcfsidrmf CHrst tcrmj
MELVILLE BROUGHTON MISS FITZGERALD
Treasurer Honorary Merrzlzer
CLASS Comms: Red and Whitff
In flu' early forties liarllcftt lfpr-hurfh-erftablyixlmfl a comfh-nmkiny shop on East Iluryfftt Slrwt
Mary Lily Arey
John Henry Clarke
Rodney Anne Eat:
Russell Ford .
F RESHMEN NOT PHOTOGRAPHED
Kenneth Haskins '
H. H. Honeycutt
Mary Elizabeth Johnson
Mary Ellen Morgan
Betty Joe Newsome
A. Oren Palmer
Clara Mae Parrish
D. R. Ponton
Mary Frances Powell
James Riggs j
Phyllis Schwartz - -Zozo
Virginia Seagroves Cel,-YJ,
Mary Ellen Senter
Mary Lou Stephenson
E. C. Sykes
Dorothy Mae Wedding
Mamie Lee Williamson
Betty Joe Wilson
Sidney Ann Wilson
The fuel burned on mu' first railroads, and nzunry years thereafter, was wood.
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Harry Adams, Edward Austin, Isabel Austin, Grace Bailey, Ruth Bailey, Bill Baker, Law-
Helen Bobbitt, Bob Bourne, Virginia Lee Broom, Melville Broughton, Blanna Brower, Harriet
Browning, Jack Bryant.
Margaret Callahan, Carolyn Carlton, Anne Castleman, Roy Caviness, Betsy Anne Clendcnin,
Bruce Comer, Margaret Caromartic.
Frances Crowder, Renfrow Doak, Mary Louise Dunn, Kathrinc Fort, Albert Foster, Bill Furr,
Pope Garrison, Madeline Grandy.
Sarah Hardison, Anne Harris, Ida Dunn Harris, Jean Hicks, Anne Hodges, Lawrence Holding,
June Jollnson, Albert Kelly.
In the early days a train was called a brigade of cars.
L. P. Kennedy, Mildred Lanier, Ben Lawrence, Walter Lewis, Arthur McAbe, Marv C. Mc-
Dufiie, Margaret McKinsey. '
Betty Jean Miller, Mary Gilmore Marsh, Bobby Newcomb, Katherine Norman, Jim Oliver
Rebecca Perry, Grover Poole.
Ihrie Pou, Owen Reeves, Robert Reynolds, Edith Roberts, Fred Schmidt, Elizabeth Shumaker,
Betty Smith, Jerry Stockard, Mary Bell Thompson, Reynold Tucker, Virginia Upchurch,
Billy Upshaw, Billy Walton, Sidnor White.
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Frances Williams, Jack Williams, Lois Williams, Bailey Williamson, David Willis, George Worth,
Ruth Wyman, John Young.
St. Mary? School was at first a boyis' school, but -was soon changed.
GROVER DILLON SARAH CROWDER ANNE LINEBERGER
President Vice President Secretary
ROBERT MCMILLAN VVALTER STUART
MRS. NANCY BEASLEY. Honorary ,WI!'1lIIH'I'
l'Ia.v.w Colors: Green :md White
The firsf Imlfery 'wus opened in 18,43 by fleorge ll. Tunnufxlfi.
SUBnFlRESI-IMIEN NOT PHOTOGRAPHED
E. Ol Brogden
A. J. Dorsett
R. D. Guyton
N. H. Hodges
J. T. Owens
J. P. Shepherd
A. T. Smith
Ilm Cupilnl of the State was fifty yearn: old before its population had err-oeflerl two thousand
John Bailey, Betty Barrow, Charles Blanchard, Bernard Brogan, Tim Conway, Mitzie Covington, Billie
Crouse, Sarah Crowder.
Grover Dillion, Marion Dixon, J. D. Dorsett, Courtney Edgerton, Grace Forster, Sarah France, Jimmie
Fulghum, Oscar Hay.
Sarah Holt, Lee Hood, Jimmie Johnson, Carolyn Kenyon, Ellen Lyndon, Anne Lineberger, Ruth Martin,
Nellie Mae Mason.
Robert McMillan, Louise Mills, Lydia Mae Moore, Ralph Moore, Jimmy Panton, Dorothy Penny, Julius
Phoenix, Nancy Poe.
Frank Poole, Billy Ragland, Horace Rawls, Jimmy Reeves, Aldert Root, Eleanor Self, Marjorie Soar,
Jack Spain. W
Walter Stuart, Peggy Thorson, Mary Bryant Upshaw, James VVard, Hilah White, Alfred Williams, Dickie
Woodard, Frances Wyatt.
The "Raleigh Fire Companyu was organized in 1844.
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ln H798 Raleighk ,civic life progresselcl with the
erection mf the 'first hotels: "fCass0's," corner
layetteville ancl Morgan streetsg the Hlntlian
Queen," where the postoliflce now is. 'lm 117841 the
'First church was foundlaerlg this church grew into
the lfdlermton Street Methodist Church. ln il840 the
first Railway, "The Raleigh and Gaston," was com:
pletecl. This razilroaldl cormectetl Raleigh with
Gaston, a distance of SS miles. lm HSSA1 the llrst
electraie lights were pmt into operation, and in 1387
Raleigh had its iflrst pulalnitc water supply.
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MRS. DAVID S. VVEAV 'R . President MRS RALPH CROWDER .. Secretar
MRS. BARRETT WILSON . Vice Pres. MRS E. J. LOVELL ...... Cor. Secty.
MRS. VV. I.. MAYER ..,.. . Treasurer
BARRETT WILSON ...... Program MRS B. J. LAWRENCE . . . . . . Courtesy
CARI. GOERCH ........ .Vlembership MRS BRODUS WILSON . . . . Fine Arts
G. P. HOOD ..... ..... l Velfare MRS. W. N. HICKS ...... ..... I Safety
R. B. REEVES ,.,... .... I "inane-e MRS W. I.. SPENCER .... ...Hospitality
ROBERT RUARK ....... Legislative MRS R. I.. TATUM ..... . . . Telephone
ROBERT SCHMIDT .... .... A Social
W. T. MARTIN ....... . . . Publicity
F. L. AVERILL. . . .... Scrapbook
J. C. CASPER .............. Bulletin
T. E. DREW .... Room Representative
I-I. K. WITHERSPOON ....... House
R. I.. MCMILLAN ..... Grounds
B. W. WELLS ........... Study Class
GALT VVILLIAMSON . . . Publications
MERLE SHOWALTER . Founders Day
F. B. HAMRICK ........... Library
MR. W. I-I. SHAW ,..... Custodian of Records
Parental Education, the general theme of the Needham Broughton Parentn'1I'eacher
Association and the united efforts of three hundred seventynfour members has promoted
child welfare in our homes, school, and community.
111 1848 Wiley IV. .Johnson and John R. Ilarriso-n, formed u copartnerxhip for the mmmfaelfure of carriages,
buggies and wagons.
YVILLIAM JOSLIN. A. T. ALLEN.
1'frlitor-in-C'hif'f Hz1.vi11e.v.v .Ilanagwr
MISS GEORGIA KIIiKI'ATRIC'K
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ICIIWIN l'RIc'If1 . . .
III-:'I"rY XVRIGIVI' . . . , ,
AIAIIY H. AVRRILI, .. ..
RALPII RIQEYIIS .. .
IDOVGLAS FRANCI: ....... ..... . lunior lfrlitor
SIIxIMoNs ANIIRI:ws ., ......
KIEOIIHE Cool-I-:R . . , . .
NANCY AIAVPIN .
.Il'Nl-I IDIXON ..
Jovcrz I.l'cII ..
IDAN Honmzs .. .
VV. T. Moomf: ..
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I,AXYRICNCE BLANCIIARII .l.v.vt.
IAIARY BAILI-:Y . ...... .
BIc'r'I'Y BRUWN . .
MIQRLI: SI-:NNA . . .
VV. T. INIAHTIN ......... . .... .
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N CANNAIIY ....
AIAHY EMMA Cooler:
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IAIARY KIHI-ZEN 'IIIIH-ISI
. . Typist
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The Student Council has reached the climax
of a successful year, having set out with the
purpose of making the school "student couna
The ifirst important activity of the Council
was its participation in the State Student
Council Congress, which was held in Wilmingv
ton. Our Council took an active part, and
James Walker, our vice president, was a strong
candidate for the presidency.
ln an elifort to make it easier for the new
students to make adjustments, the Council
sponsored a tea where they were introduced
to the faculty and students.
Wll.l.lAM IPOTIEAT 1 J
ltollowung our slogan, we attempted to
secure home room cooperation by assigning
to them projects about the building. This plan, we hope, inaugurated an
idea that may be developed in the future.
The detention hall rules were at one time subliect to much controversy.
ln accordance with suggestions from both teachers and students, the rules
were revised and more strictly inforced.
The climax to the year's activities was the light for better schools in
Raleigh. The Council made an earnest elifort to inlluence support of the
school supplement. During the intensive period of the campaign, each class
met separately and discussed the supplement. A committee of students was
appointed to support and stimulate interest in this issue. Members of the
council were presented on a radio program, and spoke regarding the suppleu
ment. At a public mass meeting, a representative from the Council spoke
in behalf of the school children.
We trust that we have achieved some success during the year.
WlLLlAM PUTIEAT, President.
In 1856 two WINifl'l'I'LIl f'o1np'aniPs ffmlrishml--fhv "Oak l'i!y G'uards" and thw ::Illl"01101Id0lIl Gum'd.w'."
BILL POTEAT ..... .......................... ..... P r esident
JIMMY WALKER . . . . . Vice President
RUTH DAVIDSON . . ..... Secretary
BILL JOSLIN ........ .............. T reasurer
ARCHIE MCMILLAN .... .... M anager of School Store
ROBERT LITTLE ....... ................ S ergeant-at-Arms
EDVVIN PENICK .......... .... C lhairman of Standards Committee
VIRGINIA RICHARDSON .... Chairman of House Committee
WILLIAM ROSS ........,.. Chairman of Grounds Co-mmittee
NANCY MAUPIN ...... .... C hairman of Social Committee
RALPH REEVES ........ . . . Chairman of Calendar Committee
METTAUER DAVIDSON . . . . . . Chairman of Points Committee
KARL HUDSON ......... .... . . . . .. . . . Chairman of Publicity Committee
Home Room Representatives
Seniors, Juniors, Sophomores. Freslnnan and Sub-I"reslnnen listed in order as follows:
Mary Galt Williamson
Nell Walker Bell
Lola Frances Andrews
J. D. Dorsette
Unphotographed Members of the Council
Edith Lyn Roberts
The first private bank that Raleigh had ever known was owned by John G. Williams.
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EY GIIICRN TIIIRM JHANNR IDOZIER SARAH RUARK
Tr1'a.vurr'r I,il:rnrian Ha'purh'r
BOYS' GILIEIE KCIUUB
BILL l'O'I'RA'l' DON ROBERTS IIOM RR NIC'Il0I,S
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JAMES TAYLOR MISS KENYON
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MARY fiAI,'l' lVlI,l,IAMSON
MHS. I"OXVll.I.l". MISS l'l'I"l'MAN MISS Ml'l'i'IIl'Il,l.
Anne Beverly Allen
Lola Frances Andrewh
Mary Sun B1-rry
Mary Anne Canady
Mary Anne Dixon
Rodney Anne liahnan
Julia lie-ann Lee
Mary Iiily Moore
M a rv Fa therine M el inthe
Mary Elizabeth Parrihh
In -lufust 1860, Stephen A. Douglas, at that time one of the canflirlates for the President of the United States
Mary Galt VVil1ialnson
KARL HUDSON BILL SPAIN IIPNRX IPNKINS
View Prvsirlr-nf Sfcrftary I rravurrr
MH. JETER MR. DEVVYEA NIR POWPI I
f Bailey, Ruflin
Martin. W. T.
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B I LLY LAMBIC
CATHERINE VVYATT El,1ZABETI'I FLOU KNOX' ANN CHRISTIAN
Vfvr' PTI'-virifni Srfcrrfary 7'fI'C1SIll'1'7'
JUNIOR DRAMATIC CILTUB
MRS. C. P. DANIELS
ls late as 1860 then' were still two log cu
CHARLES LAMBERT MARY JEAN HOOPER
SARAH OLIVER, '36
bins standing in Raleigh, on
VVILLA DREVV. '36
,-lssistant Sfudfnt .ldviser
P on West Edenton Street and the other
RF BEf'l'A NORMAN
Anne Beverly Allen
THE JLITTJLJE THEATER
SARAH RUA RK
Rodney Anne Eatman
hlary Lily Moore
MISS MILDRED PITTMAN
Mary Galt Williamson
Sidney Anne Wilson
Annie Catherine Wright
The first courthouse was not ererted until 7860.
I N .V
LILLIAN HARVVARD ELIZABETH COPPEDGE CLAIRE FREEMAN
President Vice Presfdeffzl Secretary
I AVVRENCE BLANCHARD BILLY VVILLIAMS DOROTHY PERRI
Treaszlrer Sergeant-at-.'Irms Cffiic'
NIRS. NANCY ROOT, MR. E. C. POWELL, MR. P. H. JETER, MRS. EDNA VVELLB ld-uiurs
C. H. Andrews
Mary Lou Bird
Mary Sue Jackson
Mary Alice Nickols 6 W
Betty Ruth Thompson
During flu' Civil lVnr, Raleigh had rr mrifcli f'm-fury.
K AT H R R I N R T L' R N R
HENRY J HNKINS
G RORG li C700 I' li R
R FRED SCHMIDT
MARY GALT VVILLIAMSON
Su I1-Frf'.s'h man Rvporter
MAC'Wl+1I,I,S. RALPH RREVRS, BRN PARK
umillun :mal l'urlw' npwnwl Ihr first flnrul lnlxillwxx in Mtill.
JOSEPHUS DANIELS LITERARY SOCIETY
ROBERT LITTLE VVll,LlAlNl ROSS WILLIAM JOhI IN
President Vice President Secretary
GEORGE COOPER J. M. JENRETTE
VAN COVINGTON EDVVIN PENICK, Jr. NIISS HELEN RUNNIONT
Program Chairman Publicity l'hairman .'l111'i.w'r
Karl Huds cmxn
J. M. Jenrette
Williz nxxn Joslin
W. T. Martin
ls: izim- W'righi
The Josephus Daniels Literary Society meets every two weeks. Ilts purpose is to .ind and
encourage public speaking among the students of Brougihton High School. Members of
the Society take part in debates, impromptu speeches, and humorous entertainments in
accordance with their purpose.
.1 danviny school was npefncfri in 1860.
A F ORIENSICS
MARY ELIZABETH AVERILL
Much interest is manifested in debating by the students of Needham Broughton High School.
Each year the Josephus Daniels Literary Society sponsors this activity under the capable guidance
of Miss Helen Runnion of the Social Science department.
The team selected to compete in the state triangular debate for 1936 was composed of Mary
Elizabeth Averill and Doris Goerch on the aHirmative, and Bill Horton and Bill Spain on the negative.
The affirmative team lost to the negative team of Fayetteville in Durham. The negative team
defeated the afiirmative team of Durham in Fayetteville with 8 UI18HiII10l1S dCCiSi0l1-
The query for this year was: Resolved, that the several states shall provide for the socialization
of Inedicine. '
A large number of students participated in Preliminary debates on the topic in January prior
to the selection of the team. Martha Showalter and David TUYUCI' WCW Yllillled all3Cl'llHtCS-
Needham Broughton won the Ayr-04-k Memorial Cup in 1933 and each year since has had out-
Mary Elizabeth Averill William Horton
Doris Goerch Martha Showalter
William Spain Elmer Lowery
Miss HI-:LEN RUNNION
In 1860 Raleigh Pnjoyerl the distinrtiorz of having a "mineral springf' If was owned by J. II. Kirkhafm.
Charles Brantley Ayrcorcls was the most heloved North Carollnian of
his generation. He received his marlsed distinction not only for being
Governor of North Carolina but for the fact that he made universal
education "a matter ol: course instead of a matter of debate."
The following is the inscription on Governor Ayco'cli's monument,
which was presented to the State hy thousands of school children all over
North Carolina and placed in the South end of Capitol Square:
"The equal right of every child horn on earth to have the opportunity
to hurgeon out all there is within him."
THIE l.ATllPAfC STAFF
this section to
Thr- coacln-s of Raleigh High Schools
whose unifailing loyalty, enthusiasm and unsurpassed
coaching have produced four State Championship
reams this year. Their high ideals and Christian
principles have exerted a marked influence on the
youth of our schools.
11936 CTTIIZENS AWARDS COMMITTEE
Many Raleigh firms and individuals contributed funds to the Citizens Awards Committee in
order that Raleiglfs high school footballers-the boys who won for Raleigh its first football State
Championship since 1915-might be well rewardei for the line services they rendered on the gridiron
during this past fall. The Awards Committee wai composed of Roy Smith, who Captained the 1915
high school teamg W. J. Spain, father of Bill Spaing William Henry Shaw, Principal of Broughton
High School, and Dewey R. Starnes, Faculty Manager of Athletics.
Thus our local high school heroes received mmograms, sweaters, and gold football charms as
gifts for their fine work. Even those who did not play enough to win a monogram received sweaters.
The gridders were honored at 21 banquet given by the Awards Committee and were presented
their gifts by Ray Gregson and Allen Nelms, the directors behind the championship performance.
The Coaches also were honored by the Committee-each received a gold football and a llllC slip,
the due slip being good for a suit of clothes.
119115 STATE CHAMPTONSHTP lFOOTlBAlLlL TEAM
Raleigh's high school gridders of 1915 provfd to be real footballers on Monday-it was on
these days that the locals played off ties with VVilmington and Charlotte to win the Eastern and State
After dropping a 7-0 decision to Goldsboro in the opening game, the locals went undefeated
during the rest of the season-but they were forcezl to go the limit to gain their Championships. They
played' Wilmington at Chapel Hill on a Saturday far the Eastern Championship-hut were held to :I
7-7 tie. On the following Monday, the Raleigh team gained a 9-0 decision to take the Championship.
The locals then played the Charlotte high team for the State Title on the next Saturday-but were
again held to a 7-7 tic. Then came Monday-a prominent day for Raleigh fans-and Coach Phillips'
team delivered a fine performance to win the State Title with a 7-0 victory. Thus the 1915 gridders
proved real iron men which was quite the style ill 7311056 days-to take-
Captain Roy Smith, Ralph Champion, Ben
Terrell, Guy Norwood, and John Faucette gained
berths on the All-State team. Other members of
the team were: Eugene Mills, Raymond Hotchkiss.
Dan Daniels, Brainard Whiting, Will X. Coley.
Alfred Haynes, Dan Mills, Corydon Spruill, Ken-
neth Smith, Hugh McKimmon, Philip Ball, and
Guy B. Phillips, the present superintendent
of the Greensboro Public Schools acted as coach for
the 1915 State Champions of Raleigh.
l9l5 CII.mIPIoNs oI-' NORTH CAIIOLINA
Slum' I'llf'l'l'l'.N'ff.ll Ccoloredj was opzfuezl in 1865.
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1935 STATIE HCHAIVIIIPIIIONSHIIIP lF'O0'lI'1BAlLlL SQUAD
Reading from left to right, Back Row: Coach Ray Gregson, William Henry Shaw, Roy Smith,
Coach Allen Nelms, Julian White, Howard Morgan, Everette Carter, Robert Goodwin, Charlie Wood,
Third Row: Ben Park, Paul Wood, Bobby Miller, Henry Fancctte, Rich Godwin, Juniv Page,
Bill Spain, Jimmy Allen.
'Second Row: Willard Parker, Bob Evans, Chic Doak, Valton Holley, Wiley Bullock, Mr, W. J.
Spain, Bill Horton, William Charles Jones, VV. 0. Allen, John Smith, Manager Jolm Martin.
First Row: Leon 'l'illcy. Cheerleader Bill Vaughn, Henry Jenkins, Joe Godwin, Manager Tom
Cain, Bruno Manginn. Berdie Kelly, Don Roberts, Bill Smith, Benton Brown, Merle Senna.
Shown above are Raleiglfs high school Stat.: Championship footballers. The Hurricanes were
coached by Ray Gregson, former VVake Forest College star. and Allen Nelnxs, former State College
The Season's record follows:
Raleigh Sanford . , . , 0 Raleigh , ,,,. Wilmington . 0
Raleigh VVilson . , . . , li Raleigh , .,,. Oxford . , . , . , 0
Raleigh Columbia . , . 0 Raleigh ..,,. .,,. D urham . . ...,. . . . 0
Raleigh Apex . . 7 Raleigh , , .,,. . . . Rocky Mount 7
Raleigh . 31 Winston-Salem .
In Ihc early rla-ua Raleigh had a Iowa zvaich which putrallwrl lhe uinlighlerl xlrlfcls al nigh! and lwpf
from wandering abroad.
During the fall of 1935, the Purple Hurricanes produced one of the most successful gridiron cam-
paigns ever staged here. The locals walked off with Eastern Conference honors and then bowled ovcr
VVinston-Salem, VVestcrn Conference Champions, 31-6. for Raleigh's first football State Title in 20
The Hurricanes opened their 1935 season here with a 2-1--0 victory over Sanford. Their pcr-
formance pleased the coaches, and prospects for a successful season appeared bright.
Ten-yard off-tackle jaunts hy Junie Page and Willard Parker and a line smash by Merle
Senna provided the locals with three touchdowns and a 19-6 triumph over VVilson in the first Eastern
Raxlleigh 2, Collumbia 0
With less than two minutes to play and the ball deep in Columhia's territory, a had pass from
ccntcr resulted in a safety and provided the Hurricanes with a 2-0 victory. A record crowd of' -14,000
spectators witnessed the contest, which was played 011 the Columbia high field.
Hitting their mid-season form, the locals rolled up a 54--7 win over Apexg a 27-0 victory over
VVilmingtong and a 53-0 win over Oxford. The reserves figured prominently in these games and the
first stringers played less than a half of each contest. These- games could hest he termed as
li.-xl.r:luii vs. VViNs'l'oN-SAr.mr
University of North Carolina
SI. zlll!lll!4filIP'A' Wnllrfyaf for cnlorvd men llllll 'Zl'0IIll'll' was nprfnwl in ISHN.
Raleigh 14, Durham 0
Approximately 5,000 spectators turned out in Riddick Stadium at State College to see Raleiglfs
Purple Hurricanes cross the payoff line in the second and fourth periods and gain a 14--0 victory
over Durham's Bulldogs. Junie Page heaved a Hat six-yard pass over the goal line to Bruno Mangum
for the first touchdown and Willard Parker intercepted a Durham pass and ran 411 yards to the second.
Eastern Champs! State Champs!
Following the Durham game, the Hurricanes needed only a victory over Rocky Mount to clinch
thc Eastern Conference Crown-and they made the best of the opportunity. They ehalked up a 27-7
victory over the Blackbirds and this entitled them to meet Winston-Salem, Western Conference
Champions, for the State Championship. '
Coaches Gregson and Nelms' locals went on a scoring spree in the Kenan Stadium at Chapel
Hill to crush Winston-Salem's Black Demons, 31-6, and capture the State Title. .lunie Page and
Bill Smith often brought the 4-,000 spectators to their feet with numerous long runs.
At the close of the season, Charlie Wood, a fine tackle who was named on the 1934- All-State
team, was given a berth on this year's team along with Junie Page and Bruno Mangum. John Smith,
Red Tilley, Merle Senna, Bill Horton and Bob Evans were placed on various alternate teams. Junius
Page was our All-Southern representative. Page was voted the most valuable player by team mem-
bers and was presented a trophy by the City Commissioners.
Ranamu vs. IJURHAM
The Sfllfl' School for fha Negro Dwaf and Dumb wax nxfnblinhwl in 1868.
11936 STATE CHAMIPHONSHJIP IBOXIING SfQiUAlD
Raleigh's high school boxers were np to their usual standards during the winter of l93li Coach Allen
Nelms' pugs brought home their third consecutive State Championship and their fourth in the six years it has
Coach Nelms has made a fine record as tutor of the mittnien. In his two years of service here. he has turned
out a like number of championship teams. Peele Johnson, now mentor of State College's ringmen, and Albert
Spurlock produced the other championship teams.
The ltaleighites had few dual meets this season-they won four and tied one. 'l'he tie was with the North
Charleston highs from South Carolina,
S'l'A'l'E 'l'0l'ltNAlVl ENT
The locals entered the State Tournament at Chapel Hill as top-heavy favoritcsfand they sent seven men
through the opening rounds and into the finals. This was another record which the Raleigh boys established
this year. On the following: night, Bos Beckwith. 105, Clifton Vl'ri,irl1t, 125, and John Smith, 175. were crowned
individual champions and the locals piled up a total of ten and a half points to take the team championship.
Cutie Carter and Dwight Minis, who were making their debut in the ring this year, turned in fine per-
formances to reach the finals'-but both lost on close decisions during the final night. George Moras and Howard
Kennedy were the other local boys to gain berths in the finals. Kennedy won an individual championship last
Clifton Wrighfs individual title this year was his third in as many series of appearances in the Chapel
Hill ring. This is already a record for the most individual championship won by one person and Wright will
be in the ring to set a record, which will likely stand for a long while.
Governor Swain laid the corn-er stone in 1833 for our Capitol lmilding.
Back Row: Charlic Link, guardg Berdie Kelly, forwardg Charles Jordan, centerg Bill Spain.
guardg H. O. Morgan, manager.
Front Row: Coach Gregson, Bruno Mangum, forwardg Charles Wood, guardg Hubert Riddle.
centerg Juinus Sapp, forwardg Junius Page. guardg Will Smith, forward.
Not photographed: Paul Wood, guard.
1935 CHAMPIONSHIP BASKETBALL SQUAD
Above are pictured Coach Ray Gregson and his State Championship basketeers. These boys
won all of ten games opposing high school opponents, but lost all of six contests with college frcsh-
The season's record follows:
Raleigh ...,. . ..... 27 VVake Forest Frosh
Raleigh . . , ..., 26 Duke Frosh . . , . . .
Raleigh , . , ,.,. 36 Rocky Mount . . . .
Raleigh . . A . .15 VVake Forest Frosh
Raleigh . . . . , , 42 Wilmington , . . . . .
Raleigh . . . . .19 Wake Forest Frosh. . .
Raleigh .. .... 28 Wilson ,. . . . , , . ..
Raleigh .... 28 State Frosh . ,
All the members of the Championship
36 Raleigh , ,.,. 31 Rocky Mount , . . .12
'Ll Raleigh ..., . . . Ml Fayetteville . . , .ll
13 Raleigh 19 Durham . ,
35 Raleigh -12 VVilson ...,.,. , . .
9 Raleigh 27 VVake Forest Frosh
35 Raleigh 30 Greenville . . . , .
6 Raleigh 22 Durham ,...,, .
team will graduate except Linke. Jordan. Peawood
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Championship football game with Winston-Salem
not play basketball until the middle of January.
he played fine ball to win a regular position on
Bubba Riddle-Bubba has a cup to prove that he is
the most valuable player on the team. His 76 inches
of altitude was always a :creat advantage to the Raleifzh
.Tunie Page-A natural basketball player, whose fine
floor games and great defensive performances proved to
be the important factors of the locals' numerous victories,
Charlie Wood-A hard-lighting player who was known
as a real "money-man." Wood and Page were regarded
as the best pair of guards in the State.
Juniua Sapp-Played as a regular most of the season
and was a biz factor in the locals' two victories over
Durham. Sapp was a fine shot and was equally as good
n defensive player.
'Bill Spain-A former Charlotte player, who saw much
service as a reserve on Coach Grezson's team. Bill had a
tough job in trying to beat out either YVood or Page, hut
the spirit and' scrap he displayed in his task made him
a much improved ball player,
All of these 'boys have p'ayed their last season of
high school basketball here and they deserve much credit
for the way they have played. Practically all of them
played! three seasons-they won two State Championships.
YVill Smith, Charlie Jordan, and Charles Link were
also hard-working reserves who turned in fine work when
called upon. These boys will probably form the backbone
of the 1937 team. Paul Wood and Bill Aycock, reserves
this season, will probably see action next year.
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11936 STATE CHANIPMONSHHP lBASlElBAlLlL SQUAD
The locals won eleven games in racking up their first baseball championship since 19311 -exactly five years.
lncluded in the locals' victories were two wins over Durham---one by a 17-l margin. Reading from lcft to
right thc picture shows: Rack row--Paul Wood, Bill Spain, Jimmy Stevenson, Bubba Riddle, Clifton Wright,
Howard Kennedy, 'l'om Cain, George Smith. Middle row' Manager Howard Morgan, Junie Page, Karl Hud-
son, Rerclie Kelly, Bruno Mangum, Hob Evans, Ansel Berry. Coach Allen Nelms. Front row---Vl'illiam Charles
Jones, T. M. Phillips, John VV:-xlters, Chic Doak, Cutie Carter, Merle Senna, C. D. Ferrell, Charlie Jordan.
Cnphotographed: Bill Horton, Jimmy Smith, Vl'iley Bullock, and Preacher VVeeks.
Coach Allen Nelms' baseball team appeared to be just another ball club as the season opened but that
was not the case with this hard-fighting team. The locals improved in every game until they reached their
peak in mid-season and then coasted the rest of the way to a State Championship. 'l'he Raleighites won the
championship by putting on a great closing rally to overcome Greensboro by an 8-5 score.
The locals were trailing by a 5-2 count when they put across two runs in the eighth and four in the ninth
to sew up the hall game. Junic Page hattcd in the tying and winning runs by hitting a single in the ninth
with the bases loaded.
The championship was the fourth major sport title the locals had won during the current school year'--V
a record for North Carolina high school sports. The locals had a team batting average of .302 and fine pitche
ing-1--by Jimmy Smith, J. VV. Mitehem, and Preacher VV4-'eks-enabled the locals to win all of eleven games.
The season's record follows:
Raleigh 10 Greenville Raleigh Rocky Mount
Raleigh 11 Greenville Raleigh Durham ,
Raleigh 8 Durham . . Raleigh Rocky Mount
Raleigh lti W'ilson . Raleigh VVilson , .
Raleigh 20 Fayetteville Raleigh Fayetteville
Raleigh , . . . H Greensboro 5
The S0ldiI'r'x Home. with buildings of wood. was uccupivvl in 18711,
Although prospects at thc hz-ginning of tht- season wcrm- anything hut hright. C'oac'lu-s lfinlator
and Kamvtvlivs turned out tlic most suvce-ssful junior footlmll teams cvs-r to rc-pre-sf-nt R1llf'lgll'S
high school. The juniors were undc-fe-sited-winning all of fright gzuncs. Dwight Mims. Mac Williams.
Andrvw Be-ck. :ind Russell Godwin were top pcrfornwrs in tha' line :ind Vvillis Kimrey, Brucm'
Nlc'Don:ild. and Jimmie- YV:ilk4-r stood out in the lmckliclcl.
Raleigh's high school golfers were far ahovv thc' usual standards this yn-ar. The State Cham-
pionship meet was at the Hopv Valley course in Durham on the thirty-first of April. Thus far
the locals have won five matches and lost only two-both defeats we-rf' at the hands of Durham.
The team was composed of: Henry Bowden. Carl Vlfilliamsoxi. Grover Poole. Andrew Beck. James
Casper, Grove-r Dillon. and David Thompson. Durham won the State Championship.
7'h1'SflIfP Prison was bwgfun in IR60 and -zc'a.v jinishvd rr numhrfr of years laffr.
aww-f. iz :
Raleiglfs l1igh school nctters have failed to win a match thus far this year-but this is not
because they do not have the ability, but because they have been up against the stirfest competition in
this section. Hugh Grant and Bobby VVright entered the State Championship meet at Chapel Hill:
however, both were eliminated in early play. In their dual meets, the locals have lost to Darlington
Prep School, Chapel Hill and Durham. Mr. Powell coached the netters. Other members of the team
are: Archie lNIcMillan. Louis Vvooten, Ike VVright, Henry Jenkins, Bill Basdcn. North Hinklc. and
Rah-igh's high school five-man track team failed to offer any competition in the matter of
"team scoring," however. Charlie Wood-All-State tackle in football and a star guard on the bas-
ketball team-became one of the record-setters in the invitational interscholastic track meet at Durham.
Charlie put the shot -19 feet. Sys inches to better the old mark of fl-5, IOM inches set in 19311-. He
also won fourth place in the discus throw at Durham. In the state meet at Chapel Hill, VVood
won first place for the second time in the twelve pound shot.
Junius Sapp and Don Roberts of basketball and football fame were the other members of the
team. Both failed to place in the meet at Durham, but Sapp ranked third-one notch above Charlie
VVood-in the discus throw in the State Championship meet at Chapel Hill. VVilliam Henry Shaw
coached the track-men.
Ralciglfs high school swimming-the first in the history of the school-did very well under
the ''circuinstancc-s" but were not up to the standards of other fine athletic teams produced herc.
Bobby Miller a11d Billy Stone placed third in the diving and 220 yard dash at the meet in Durham.
and Joe Godwin and Bobby Finch gained fourth places in the dashes. The locals had no dual
meets - as did other teams in this section -- and they had only three days, in which to round into
shape for the invitational inter-scholastic meet at Durham-the first official North Carolina High
School Swimming meet. Ray Gregson coached the swimmers-and did a fine job for the few days of
service he rendered.
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GIRLS' ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION
MARY SUE BERRY RITA DUBOIS LILLIAN HARWARD
President Vice President Secretary-Treasurer
KATHERINE VVYATT M RS. H. H. HUTCHINSON
Dorothy Evans, lA'lll10l',' Betsy Austin, Ruby Speight, Betty Sue Newsom, Margaret Cutlitf, Annette
Spruill, Elizabeth Kelly, Jean Renfrow, Josephine Johnson, Betty Ellington, Marjorie Didenhoven, Helen Bobbitt,
Carolyn Hoover, Mary Bryant Upshaw, Mary Anne Sorrell, Mary Cornick Bridgers, Margaret Briggs, Dorothy
Beddingfield, Mary E. Stephenson, Dorothy Perry, Sarah Oliver, Pauline Ponton, Claire Freeman, Sarah Crowder,
Virginia Hassinger, Doris Clark, Sarah Peatross, Harriet Browning, June Johnson, Mary Lou Stephenson,
Calla Goodwin, Sara M. Holt, Ruth Parker, Edna Whitley, Jean Bailey, Lillian Harward, Katherine Fort, Dot
Shannonhouse, Mary Ellen Senter, Yvonne Weaver, Julia R. Lee, Elizabeth Cole, Rita Dubois, Rose Mary
l'nderwood, Jennille Harris.
Group II '
Frances Sumner, Leader: Margaret Johnson, Grace 'l'yner, Lillian Winston, Ruby Allen, Dorothy Pearce,
Margaret Medlock, Dorothy Redmond, Mary Ann Canady, Betsy Ann Clendenin, Mary Gilmore Marsh, Margaret
Hairston, Margaret McKenzie, Anne Beverly Allen, Evelyn Mc-Duffy, Bobby Stoudenmire, Harriet Stanton, Mary
F. Gerling, Mildred Johnson, Doris Lowder, Virginia Boykin, Helen Martin, Alma Lou Doster, Marjorie Massey,
Dorothy Murdock, Mattie Covington, Billie Crouse, Margaret McLean, Doris Pearce, Mary Rhoney, Irene VVhite,
Violet Leveridge, Norma Ross, Erma Holton, Juanita Aiken, Elsie Pearce, Estelle Privette, Mildred Morris,
Rebecca Ford, Lorraine Wilson, Dorothy Wedding, Mildred Barbour, Delene Stoudenmire, Hillie Mae Doster,
Lucille Coley, Blanner Brower.
Marie Anderson, Lmder: Gladys Harrington, Peggy Stanton, Bessie Russell, Kareen Taylor, Frances VVails,
Frances VVilliams, Mary Faucette, Catherine Martin, Elizabeth VVarren, Margaret Fowler, Margaret Brown,
Yirgie Johnson, Dorothy Roberts, Martha Ward, Sarah Roach, Betty Hunt, Peggy Thorson, Marguerite
Cromartie, Mary Louise Dunn, Nell Brown, Frances Carter, Mary A. Nichols, Dorothy Lloyd, Sarah W. France,
Betsy Warren, Nancy Mann, Margaret Johnson, Katherine Emorey, Hilah VVhite, Mary Anne Dixon, Elizabeth
Rogers, Dixie French, Emma Dale Taylor, Mildred Jeanette, Frances Mowery, Betty Jean Miller, Anne Castle-
man, Katherine Norman, Betty Hilker, Elizabeth Poteat, Adelaide Scales, Elizabeth Beaty, Nancy Poe, Charlotte
Hines, Frances Craven, Ruth Olive, Sue Scott, Mary K. McDut't'y, Grace Horton, Jeanne Dozier, Edythe
Senna, Marjorie England.
Margaret Mills, l,w14ler,' Louise Turner, Virginia Pearce, Mabel Rhoney, Sidney A. VVils0n, Jean Finch,
Katherine Hardison, Suzanne Hudson, Margaret Massey, Ruth Davidson, Louise Combs, Alice Mitchell,
Dorothy Vereen, Charlotte Houlder, lhrie Pou, Virginia Upchurch, Rebecca Perry, Anne Harris, Marita
Warner, Mary Sue Berry, Anne Conway, Ida Dunn Harris, Sarah Hardison, Helen Jordan, Anne Hodges,
Dorothy Durfey, Elsie Gupton, Mary Lou Bolick, Virginia Broome, Celeste Perry, Marie Furman, Mae
Bradley, Frances Thurston, Rachel Peatross, Virginia Bunn, Gladys Taylor, Frances Rainey, Katherine Rainey.
Katherine Lancaster, Hortense Perry, Ann Bratton.
In 1807 there were seventy-five or more bachelors in Raleigh.
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Bsrsv Tom LAWRENCE
ALL STATE END
ALL Srme QUARTER New CREEK LEADER
ALL SOUTHERN QUARTER
VAUGHAN - SENNA' Scorr- ENGLAND
Tom CAIN - Mon.
BILLY RALHGH vs. w'NSTON , SALEM
RALEIGH Haan 5AND
Rmenen vs. vuanm-GAME
The elevation of Raleigh is 363 feet above sea level.
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'Iii24HfQfl?.e!!vm' d41YS Qriffiny s06iiilfvi?i1rirri0hS. were held, ?in, '.rireA :mai-821 df
:thg Egilfigqli. Q1g sdverglgv"Qcc,asiQhsA 1331157 wqrg held jh the fS'eiiatq-,Chambgxg
. whme,Agggq4f enafgdelier A:mq,:a A n11giarea caialesmnds gebnmaafin 1a-ebcqnsg
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The rapid! dlevelopment of Raleigh :lid not go one
heralaulerdl or txnnotieelcl. ln 1825 the young capital
was favored by the visit of Mvarrqnis dle Lalllayette
of France, a famous Revolutionary general. ln
18441 Henry Clay, a Kenturclsiran orator spent some
time in the city. ln 1859 the lprresitlent of the United
States, James Buchanan was entertained by the city.
ln 11867 Raleigh again opened her heart to welcome
a native son, who was at that time lmresitlentu-
l'nswrl by Jlisx .Vurjnrirf Iflljllllllli llllfll Jlr. Jllllilla' Prlyr' null 1llI4lf1lfll'll1l,ll'll in l'ullwu l'1lrlf. This frm
uurl was prwwnfrfrl fu Ielllfijlh ll-ll Mr, Stanhope' Pllllvn.
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Neue Cones Cfmnue - Eowm Pemcn JR
BU 'r Y EMM
JUNIOR 5oc:AL EJCIENCE C1RouP
P.T.'A.SrAre Boom CAQNWAL WWNERS
REBECCA OF Svunvanoon FARM -- Fuzsr Pruze -- Cnv
C HA RU 51
- 4 Tom SAWYER-Mas a.J.LAwRsNcs
. Pncxwacn Pmsns-MRs.N.L.wALxER
Fnmcss wYArr-- Mm Bnneens Comma -' Joan wnson Rsaecm NORMAN
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Thvrff rrrr' 11.000 .-frhrml l',lfllfl'I'llf in Ilrrlwigll.
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l'rf-iiliill lwys. lvgzmlly lyavimil. I1L'LlT1LfCl William .XI'lCll'l,'XV Aficrlnilim. 'l'I1s1'y arc
Nliicli ol' il lu-ight. ailmiwv live li. 4 or lix-'fr irirliffs, zmcl liiir CUI1ll,lPXl'UIl. 'ilflicy
wcxil' ul'l'witl1 two mtlicr LllJ1Dl'CI1llCCFS L1ClK'Cl'l'lfl,2Ll by fslclnlis. William Quill Cllairlcs
ZS!! lilv.-.lc'1'. Wlifpn Tlimfy wvnl away they we-rv wi-ll cflliicl--v--lJli1c' vloth Ci,l2llS,IlL'XN' 5.55
lime. zmil ligllt-colon-'ff llOl11a'l?lJLlH Punts. 'lllicf 1lllv1,l4l'l'i,i muiic in llii' crown ol-' X
35 tlic liars .is 'illlicoclmfc f'l2ll'li. l will pay thc almn- I'CXX'Lll"Ql Lo any pcrsou wlm
Q will all-liw-1' sziifl .Xpprcg'tit'ivvs to ma- in Rah-igli. OR i will give thi- zfLlJox'1: l'tfXYkl1'kl
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Thr rllmzw' ffdZH'Vli.w'nu'nf fl1P?I1'1Y,l'l'll in "'l'l1ff Rrrlffiyll Sim' nur! Hrrzfflilfj nf Juni' 2317, 1524.
THE JLATIPAC STAIFJF
Defdlicates this Page
Edwards Sz Broughton Company
Raleigh Chamber of Commerce
News and Observer
The Raleigh Times
The State Magazine
Capital Printing Company
Commercial Printing Company
North Carolina Education
American School Board Journal
North Carolina Hall of History
Lafayette Chapter-Daughters of the American Revolution
North Carolina State Library
Lewis Sporting Goods
Who, through their interest and couoperation
have contributed to our annual.
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I4'o0IhaIl quzlrh-rlmewkz 37-Rlflli-SIT.
OFFICIAL JIEWIQLIQRS 'I'O THIS
Class Rings - In uimlionx Cups
Wlwfals mul Trophies
L. G. BALFOUR COMPANY
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182-ll R! and W- 19:16
SI LVERSM ITHS
IZH l"ayPllPx'illf' SIYPPI.
IIALIQIGII, N. C.
IIILIQON SUPPLY CO.
Mill Supplies uml
Zlh Slllllll XVI-at SlI'l'f'l 'l.!'ll'lYllUllf' 1
IZI lfasl lwlilfllll Slrrwl
lfUXIPI.I'I'l'l'I Ilflxllf FVRNISIIINILS
Furnish Your Home 011 Uur
Thrfrr r IIJUH wlmul rhilflrvfu in lflllldjlll.
Only a convict likes to be stopped in the middle of a sentence.
. H. Kin Drug Compan
Raleigh, N. C.
lORDAN'S DRUG STORE
Peace St. and Glenwood Ave.
- Phone 526 -
We appreclkzte your patronage
Commercial Printing Co.
Printing - Binding - Ruling
RALEIGH, N. C.
Wrist Watches Strap Watches
Bracelets Tuxedo Sets
Rings Bill Folds
I5 W. Hargett Street
RaIeigh's Finest Jewelry Store
The two libraries open to the public, the State Library and The Olivia- Rainey Public Library
contain 83,682 volumes.
lwla was ilu- goal nf my :unlmilionsf sln- sigln-ml, 'llllll Alas!"
NN lmi Iluppvm-cl, da-slr?"
nllwr kickn-al the goal."
Tw H V'
Carolina Power 81 Light Company
WE CARRY THE LARGEST ASSORTMENT OF PATEINT IVIEDICINES
DRUGS AND COSMETICS IN THE CITY
Bring us your Prescriptions
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FAYETTEVILLE r f ' 'ALE' N'
S, 6. ,, -j ra. C.
or nusrou. N. Q. mn.
'CREATOR5 OF REASONABLE DRUG PRICES"
Fountain and Luncheonette Service
A. T. Allen 81 Company
-.- By ..
. S CP1'lifiml Pulllir' flvvolulllzlzls
,l. .l. I'AI.I,ON CO., Inc.
Xslwlmro. N. C. Ure-4-nslmm, N.
Ralf-igll. N. If.
"wr llrms lln' flmwrs xw M-II"
ln lfulwfjlll llnfrw urn f'Ill',.lI'f'ijI'lf I"llll'I'lH'N p'r'lf:'v.w'l:lil:g1 ull Ihr' lvrulfrly flrnrmlfrmlfun
Ben Park fin chemisiryl: VVhat's that smell?
Bill Horton Qalso in chemistry lab.D: Fresh air. Somebody opened the window.
B. B. BENSON, President R. T. VICK, Secretary-Treaxurer
CAROLINA BUILDERS CORPORATION
COAL . LUMBER . MILLWORK . BUILDING MATERIAL
217 North Dawson Street - Telephone 2360
RALEIGH, NORTH CAROLINA
Brogden Produce CO.
. . . for its
FRESH FRUITS AND A P P A R E L
I PRODUCE EVERY SCHOOL GIRL
Raleigh' N' C' RIIlk'I'glI's ExI.'III.wi1Ie Yet Inexpenszve
Shop for Women
SERVICE STATION Capitol Drug Store
PHONE 94 Prompt Service Phone No.1
COIIII-' if you rnn' -Phone if you Cllllgf
uw: Ilailivs. Ihru' 'LC'l'l'kIil48, fhrwf mmrfhlies, and one qIm'rlPrI,I1 rwrnprixlf the list of WIIWUNPIIII
pIIlIlixh1'1I in IKIIIIPIHII.
' ' -ass ln-fore' the gzum- with l,lll'lHllll2
Sturm-5, willing: lln- roll ut lln mln
awe-r lu ilu' roll-z'z1ll-only UllC't',N
. . . A C a
llXC BIGGER AAD BETTER VALlll'lSl
and c'm'recl you will End it at-7 -
ll' ills nvw
E F l R D 7 S
liALElGH'S LlflAlTllYG l3l'll'AR'l'lVlEN'l' S'l'Ulll'l
AUTO ELECTRIC AND x I
BACl'TERY CO- 5. A. Braxton MIISIC Co.
Al'Em?15:1'lXEUr:L,FIg:gr5l:w:.1x1J lm W. Martin Slrevl
' R' ' ' A' mmllcsrl, N. C.
,411-V Repair to ,-lny Cnr
ll2 Wlawl lhuil- Straw!
Illwnvs 647.318 f,l'!LfllllI.Zl'Il,L' ll1'l'r'r'lnrx of Svhuul
Ifumlx and Urrlzexlrux
llkllllilll. N. 41.
Raleighls Shopping Center
IHC. ll's an adventure- to vmne tu ,4Dl,I:'R'S
H5 Fuwmwilll, gmwl and see- so many bf-autiful styles.
Rallqull N' C- Why nut get your shoes here and ln-
' , R d I W nssurrcl nf the ultimate in style.
fiif lf'S 621 y' ll' var
Ne-we-Nl Style-sl 1 lligln-st Qualiry . -1 . A V
l'll'0IlHUlll'dl l'rim'vs Clnderella slipper
We lnvile Your Palronage Ralvlgl' 'Z' Nnnll Camll"a
r' Ifulriyh in lfhfj Ivux JJHI.
'l'lr4f Iulul rnrullmrnl in Nw l'lIHl'!ll'.Y rj
Rhea Hughes: VVhy ure you eating with
Robert Little: My fork leaks.
DR. A. G. SPlNcLu1 - Da. G. C. Honcl-:Ns
Hours: 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
- Phone 1196 -
SPINGLER 81 HODGENS
401-4-02-403 Odd Fellows Building
West Hargett Street - Raleigh, N. C.
Smoke Hav-a-Tampa Cigars
Atlantic Tobacco Co.
RALEIGH, N. C.
Phone 174 311 S. Blount St.
W. W. Hinnant, Mgr.
Each Department Features School
Fads and Novelties as Well
as Standard Merchandise!
A Cordial Welcome Always
BLAND HOTEL 1 SALISBURY STREET
Rehned Atmosphere, Best Food, Best Service
Preserve Health With Pure Ice
C A L L
Capital Ice 81 Coal Company
600 West Hargett Street
' PHONE 444
ll6 llarrison Ave.
1' HONES 4068-3270
of the Highest Quality and
Prompt, Courteous Service
Raleiyh contains ten lmlels with u total of 14,0117 ronnv
Tnninx Pnpxvz 'l'lwre- :Irv M-vvrzil things l
runn Nlillljlllllli Vl'l1al urs' lln-y?
lnnins l'zlg:1-: My lingers.
always cnnnl on.
uillll'II Svhool is lfmlezl .
L E W IS
Sporting Gnofls Co.
The Elite Shop
Smart Clothes for the
l29l,Q l"ay'vttc-ville Street
l'ln'y my flml low- is lrlinml und llml
lln- lminc is illl institution tlwrcfurr
l'I'l1llI4'lllllAl ln- ann institution for tln-
That Shop Tho! Every
Cir! Knows -
-.3 li u inning? 3
l'1wrytl1ing the school girl wears
Always new, snmrl, things
all sensible prices.
lIUA'l'S. IIRICSHQS. llA'llS. liNllll'IS
Ruleigh's SIIlUl'll'Sf Shop
l2!1 l"uyw-llvvillv Slrvvl
S11 ve Safely
' ill A
Ul'l'iN All NIGHT
ll'l"I'I", lhw lornl rrulio Nlllflllll. 1 ll morlrrn -TJNIII Ivulls ,ll'lllllIl'll.'fflllff I'I'nI1'l',
lst Kangaroo: Annabelle where's the baby?
2d Kangaroo: My goodness, I've had my pocket picked!
At Home - At School - At Play
THE PAUSE THAT REFRESHES
The Capital Coca-Cola Bottling Company
BYNUM PRINTING COMPANY
RALEIGH, N. C.
"Peter llrown, a Scotch lawyer und
bunker during the curly days of lia-
leigh found occasion to leave his ofliee
:md hung the following notice:
"Peter Brown, Attorney at Law, has
moved from where he was, to where he
now isg where he muy henceforth nt all
times be found."
Masonic Temple Building
lf We Please You Tell Others
If Not Tell Us
J. E. Atkins- M. G. Womble
V O G U E
SHOP FOR MEN
Maile to Measure Ready Made
-and up -and up
1022, Discount to Students
Raleigh 11118 551 stores.
' 'orwt set In town. -I on Doo
nlv :n tlentisfs tlnughtcr, but she run round with the n . .
She was o I
PEACE, A Junior College for Women
RA1.i:1oH, molrru c:Ano1,1NA
For the Eflucclliori. mul Culture of lvllllllg
I. JUNIOR COLLEGE WORK:
at 'limo Year Stanclard College Courses which pei
. 'mit entrance
to ,lunior Class in ull of our leading colleges and
h. 'liwo Year Ceneral Courses with electives in Music, Voice,
c. Two Year Courses with Home Eeononiirs Electives.
Il. COMMERCIAL and SECRETARIAL COURSES:
al. One Year Commercial Course- fflregg Syslem.
h. Two Year UOI1llllPI'CIi1l Course --'Clegg Syslem.
III. SPECIAL INDIVIDUAL COURSES in ART, EX-
PRESSION, PIANO, VOICE, and VIOLIN.
An invitation extended to all lVIorson anti Broughton girl graduates
l ttend molleffe We
to investigate Peace before making their p ans to a . r D.. .
' ' ' - ' -X ' la 'U number
have adequate facilities for their comfort at Pedct, and our uve
ul' Raleigh girls in attenrlance from year to year is a source of pride to us.
I"or literature, address.
WlI.l.IAM C. I'm-:ss1.v. l're.si1lenl
PEACE. A JUNIOR COLLEGE FOR WOMEN
Raleigh, North Carolina
,lullnrtl rainfall in lfulriyl: ix .IU incllwx.
Valet U10 masterl: Sir, your car is at the door.
Master: Yes, I hm-ur it knocking.-Yowl.
Saint lVlary's School and Junior College
RALEIGH, NORTH CAROLINA
MRS. ERNEST CRUIKSHANK, B.S.,
Four Years of High School and Two Years College Work. All Academic
Courses Fully Accredited by The Southern Association. Students Receive
Thirty-five Weeks of Classroom Work. Opening Date September 14, 1936.
Special Departments in Art, Expression, and Music '
Day students are entitled to all school privileges
TUITION CHARGE 55125-.00
For Catalogue and Book of Views, Write
A. W. TUCKER,
Free Road Service - Goodyear Tires
llargett and Dawson Streets
RALEIGH, N. C.
W. H. COOPER
Durham Beauty and Barber
40116: North Mangum Struct
Durham, North Carolina
For Graduation . . .
Waltham and Fine Swiss Watches
Fine Watches of the Latest Design
Quality at Reasonable Prices
KROPP 81 BRAUN, Inc.
Capital Club Bldg.
Opposite U. S. Post Office
THE SMOKE SHOP
Win or Lose
LUNCHES - DRINKS - SMOKES
The population of Raleigh lmlay ix a.pprna'imately .'5'7,.400 people.
' ' "" Mil?
Mrs. lil:-uu: I"rt'tl. 1-:tu yuu gin- uu' ilu' uetuu- ut um slat Ilml lms .1 . .
Ifrvcl Millvrz 'I'lu- truly mu' I kuuw is Iiin-tiu
Smart - .flle1'l - ljf'lN?llf,lIblC
'l'lu- thing, llliil lllillil' at llltutupion urn-
luuntl iu tht-
1936 Forrl V-8
Sw- aml tlrivf- this I'f'IIlkil'liilllll' car llc-
Iurs- you lvuy any var. You will flml it
will uu-asttrv up tu your Iullvst Hxprvta-
liuns re-garmlle-ss ul' what you tl:-manml in
il tuutur var.
SANDERS IVIOTUH CU.
IQm'm'r Blount and llztvit- Strut-ts
- I'lunnv 1105 -
KfXI,IiltlII. N. C.
Alliliatf-d with Mill
5000 W A'I"I'S
Wlvmlrer A II
WPT!-' RADIO tlUNII'.-XNX
IIAIJQICH. IX. C.
zuul HEATING CU.
-f .flulomnlirr -
UUAI, STUIKERS - UII, IIILRNICIIS
S. Sulislmry Strvvt - l26'128
IJATEIS SEA FOUIF
R11l1't'gl1's S011 Fowl lfr'nlc'r
l.au'gvst and Best Equippml iu
We Guarantee Quality. W:-igltt,
Measure unrl Price'
UIIIIAH 1Slruigl1l - Tvrmr - lllllflliillllkl
IXIANIJOIIN - lIiltI,El,,I'l
ORA FORD HESTER
22l'2 W. Hurgzr-tl St. I'Imn1- l0II
PIIUNIE 3165 'I'. P. I'U0l.I'I. Pr I
Poolels Beauty Shoppe
"R11llfiy1lt'x I'l'l'IllIllll'll, ll'Il'l'I' f'1ful4'l
ICSTA BLISHED 1926
T W. Hurgwtt St. - News Hal:-iglt Bltl
IIALIIICH, N. tl.
Thr llI'l'Nl'Hf nrvu of
lfullfiah ix TM, xr uurr' ntilrs.
POIICCIIIIIIIZ Where are you going in such :I hurry?
Student: I just bought a new textbook und I'm trying to get to class before thcy cl
TIIE BEST INSTRUCTION IS ALWAYS THE LEAST EXPENSIVE
RALEIGH MUSIC STUDIOS
LAWRENCE N. JENSEN, Director
Phone 886 - 202Vz S. Salisbury Street - Phone 886
RALEIGH, N. C.
RAWLS MOTOR CO.
PLYMO UTH and
Best Place to Buy NEW and
See at least . . .
One Good Show Every
and of course at the
STATE - PALACE
STUDIO OF DANCE
All Types of lillllfillg -Taught
LOUISE NORMAN WILLIAMS
415 Hillsboro St. Raleigh, N. C.
North Carolina Equipment
Road Machinery, Construction
Equipment and Supplies
2719 - PHONES - 1183
3116 Hillsboro Street
Raleigh - North Carolina
STATE TIRE AND SERVICE CO.
A One Stop Super Service Station
Goodrich Tires f Willard Batteries
Corner Davie and Salisbury Sts.
RALEIGH, N. C.
H. D. COLEY, Treasurer
W. ll. CHAMBLEE, Secretary
Raleigh in Ihr' rI12r'frir--lmravfr rrfnfvr of mxlwru North I'arulinu.
Km um ure lllll'Nllllll xlx IN In ilu- h-xl!
Hell I mint hml lt.
HAMQIGH, N. cz.
A STANDARD COLLEGE
YU U N G WOM ICN
UUlll'!4t'S offfwecl in Arts and Sc:im 1ces, in
Musiv. in Ari. Ifxilflillgf, to the BA. or the 3.5.
l'x'e-pzlws for lilk-, for vocation, or for further
Fm' PEIIHIUQIIP or Iwurtlwr information write
CH ANS. E. BREWER
'lvlH'I'I' uri' four pulvlfr' hUNlli'fll.N' in lelllfiflll.
When Lafayette visited Raleigh he had forgotten his English, and unfortunately
had become somewhat deaf. He had a few phrases which did duty for many oc-
casions. He would say, "This a great country" and "I remember," without saying
just what. He would say to an admiring citizen by way of making conversation,
"are you married?" If the answer was in the atlirmative he would say, "Happy
Man," if "NO" he would rejoin, "Lucky Dog."
During his visit Colonel Polk informed him in his first conversation of the death
of his wife. Lafayette did not quite catch his remarks, and as was customary
answered, "LUCKY DOG."
There is an anecdote told of one of the border rufiians of the early decade which will
illustrate the lawless spirit of the Southwest. There was a man who had been
jailed for manslaughter and was most indignant saying:
"Now-a-days you can't put an inch or so of knife into a fellow, or lam him
over the head with a stick of wood, but every little lackey must poke his nose in, and
law, law, law is the word. Then after the witnesses swear to their pack o' lies, and
the lawyers get their jaw in, that old cuss that sets up there high and grinds out the
law to 'em, he must have his how-de-do! I tell you I won't stay in no such a country.
I mean to go to Texas where a man can have some peace and not be interfered with
in his private concerns."
"In 1800, hunting and fishing were the chief sports but racing was universal.
Shooting matches for beef were held. Cockfighting was a common sport, the
taste for which came from England with the Colonists. Wherever a few people
could gather from the thinly settled neighborhoods, they enjoyed dancing and
CAUDLE,S SHOE SHOP
Raleiglfs Finest Shoe
ALLSBROOK and SPIERS
HARDWARE CO., Inc.
Repairing Hardware, Paints Oils and Varnishcs
Floor Sanding Machine
216 S' Salisbury Street 118 E. Martin St. - Phone 6
PHONE 393 RALEIGH, N. C.
4-I0 Hillsboro Street
Atlantic White Flash Gasoline
Kelly-Springfield Tires - Vesta lPlate
Loeki Batteries - RCA Victor Radios
Arvin Cooling and Heating System
DAY AND NIGHT SERVICE
Road Sc-rvive - l'hone 484-ii
When You Want
THE VERY BEST GOODS
LOWEST POSSIBLE PRICES
Come to Our Store
G. 81 S. DEPARTMENT
I8 E. llargett Street anti
203-210 S. Wilmington Street
Raleigh rontaimr 76 'wholesale trading etftablixhnumtx with an annual buxinws of ff,?2,085,888.
Hui luck I 1':m'I IIIHFFY vnu- vou'rv HIIIIONI Ilt'lIllIIt'hh.
I1I1aI's noflming, H10 Czar uf Russia was Nivlmlexs.
II Ifxclulxlggm- Slrwt
RaIeigI1. N. C.
New and Used Cars
WE SELL . ..
VQ'aI1'I1c-5. Iliamumlsx. All Kinds uf
,le-vvelry and Luggage
RALEIGH LOAN OFFICE
207 S. XVIIIIIIIIQLIIIII Slrvvl
RALICICII. N. C.
Drink . . .
7'lfl,"l'f FRUIT URXHVCE
Hvullllful and HCIIITSIIIIIQI
HUNT'S BARBER SHOP
Lovaled at XV. Hargell St
I"urnwrIy Omlrl Fr-Iluws Rldg. Barln-r Shop
I'RUMIVI' SERX IIIIC
"l'lf'u.xing You IU'cp.x ls in Il,llRl.lIf'SSu
Plmnvs I6 and 203
Raleigh Auto Supply Co.
II E. Nlurtin Slrwt
Aulu Supplivs mul Raulins
Radio IIPPRIII' Scrvlu'
PORTER CANDY CO.
CII3 South Blount SLM,-I-1
IIN S. Salusbury Slrm-l,
S'I'ORAlQI'1, RIiI'AIRS uml
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"You dance divinely," he whispered to her, "you must have been born in dancing slippers
"Yes," she answered, "and if you don't keep off them I'll die the same way."
OHice Phone 3788 - Plant Phone 4220
DRY CLEANING COMPANY You are Always
"Ask the Folks We Servev Welcome
Main 'Oilicez I3 S. Wilmington Street ,,,3t,,,
Plant: 304 Pace Street
W 1 i
Raleigh, N. c. a green S
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103 Fayetteville Street - Raleigh, N. C.
Watches - Diamonds - Jewelry
Watch Repairing A Specialty
All Work Guaranteed at Reasonable
DRESSES and HA TS
Invite Comparison on
STYLE and VALUE
,IONAS SHOPPES, Inc.
228 Fayetteville Street
Make Taylor's Your Store
A guarantee with every garment sold:
That prices are as low as any
The Show Place of the
C om pl imenls 0 f
THOMAS H. BRIGGS
81 SONS, Inc.
The Carolinas' Oldest
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
of BEAUTY CULTURE
"The Road to Charm"
Accredited by the North Carolina State
Board of Cosmetic Art Examiners
7 E. Hargett St. Telephone 3024
RALEIGH, N. C.
Corner Wilmington and Exchange
lVIEN'S, BOYS', AND LADIES
Prices to suit the pocketbook
In 1907 the 1-omplrtion of the Zilaxonir' Temple marked the coming of fire proof building-r
Miss l'iH111u11: Vl'h:1l f:1111O11x lllilll mill
uljllllil give up the ship?"
Ralph lleeves: l lllillll l'l'Illi'lIllN'l' his llillllt' hut l
H' NYHS il Sl'0tl'llHlilll.
"llow'cl lie lose- all his 111O11c'y? l'rv-
"NO l'r0fn'rrc-cl lmlmitlm-sl"
.'l'hr' zlhsulll-111i111h-al professor we-'Ll
like fu lllQ't'l is one who would ll'l'llll'l'
hr his sh-uk nml vul his classes.
IJNICSSES. l.llNGEliIli, BL0llSliS
FAN TAN HOSIEHY
IZL Fay 1-Neville Street
McLeod 81 Watson
THI-I HOME OF
Hart. S1-hall'11e-r S. Marx Clnllws
lvlilllllklllilll and W'ilSO11 Bmtl1e1's
1 ' bv: -
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JIVIILIIS SILVIISMITHS BIIKIU IXPIITS
'y 109 FAYETTEVILLE sr.
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Expert Watch Repairing
l.. M. Smith, Prop.
"Quality and Seruieew
Tailors and Dry Clezulers
Ollice 532 Plant 3282
Your Call ls Our Self-Starter
SAN lJWlCH SIIOI'
Clntlies flu not make the lllkill nor
furniture a lllllllf'--E
But it Helps a Lot
R. E. Quinn
108 East Martin St.
Iflrleiylr ix Ihr' Immr' uflirvf uf four in umur
One of the Freshmen at State can't understand why he has to take a C urse in husbandrv
in order to get his bachelors degree.
"We do our art to make our
home a work of art."
Raleigh Furniture Co
119-121 E. Hargett St.
RH ON EY'S JEWELRY
Jewelry : Engraving
Expert Watch and Jewelry Repairing
All Work Guaranteed
17 East Hargett Street
Robert T. Rhoney, Prop.
Royal Baking Co.
Raleigh, N. C.
351250, 3514-.5O, 317.50
Sport and Plain
Thorn's Model Clothes
Raleigh, N. C.
TIRE SALES 8: SERVICE Co
"We Never Close"
PHONES 4-700, 4701
One-Stop Super Service Station
Hillsboro and Harrington Streets
Wake Drug Company
Opposite Post Ojice
Julian E. White, Prop.
DRUGS, CIGARS, and
Whiting - Horton
10 E. Martin St.
High school and college men like
the newest styles in clothing
always found at this
All public' squares are four rwre.-r mwh. 0.2-
rfepf Ifnirm wlzirli is about :fix anew
Un ytlll liko wmnvn who hulk ur thc' ofll
VVIML other kind."
rr kind P"
C Il r 0 I i IL ll ' .Q Fi II, 12 S I. CONGRATULATIONS
S I D D E L L
S T U D O GAYLE J. COX.
Ollif-iul Plmlug n'a1 pl lcxl' s fm'
'FHE OAK LEAF
--ml Cm, S ffff me lnfgwll..-P
C'I,YI7l'l A. MASSEY.
I NSURAN CE CO.
Rah-igll, N. C.
J OB P. WYATT 81
Im-sgh, N. C.
Say It With Flowers-
Say It With Ours
Spencer Floral C0
4-15 E. HARCET S'I'RliR'l'
RALEIGH, N. C.
, , RALEIGH
PHONILS ' .
Hardware 580 -
Seeds 11:40 STORES
'I'l:r' wIrf'1'uiinn nf Ifrrlvfgh Lv .NIJ fwf almwf svn lwvvl.
jjpfure Nw use of Imxnwx as 11. ummm of fT41Ill4'IIO?'fllfi1llI in 1933 .vtrefft rar.-r 'were used. There were
approzvimately 1,4 miles of 'mileuye for the latter.
"ll wish Il'd seen
The many towns this town has lbexenf'
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