Needham Broughton High School - Latipac Yearbook (Raleigh, NC)
- Class of 1941
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THE NEEDHAM B BROUGHTON HIGH SCHOOL
Lyndon Mayer Raises the Flag e
present to you,
the Student Body, this the 1941 LATIPAC. For
the past nine months We have photographed,
written, rephotographed and rewritten in an at-
tempt to preserve for you in picture and type, the
story of a year at the Needham B. Broughton High
The pictures of the students and the events recorded here bring hack
memories of life as we lived it in 1911-1. The annual is divided into five
sections: Administration and Faculty, Classes, Organizations, Athletics,
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The 1941 TIPAC Y
ln October of 19-LO, a letter came to the
school, telling us that the 1940 l,A'l'Il'AC
had won Medalist Class. This was the
third successive year that our annual
had won such an honor from the judges
of the Columbia Scholastic Press As-
sociation. Here again we wish to honor
the students, the adxisers, the photog-
raphers, the printers, and the engravors
because they are the ones that have
made such a revord possible. The 1.91140
LATIPAC was tht- produvt of a group ol
students that inet as a class, and they
had the following ollivers: Eflilor, Hen
Lawrenceg l'fllSl'IIt'SS Manager, Bobby
lXPWL'UIIllJf", Srrlmol l'l10lograpl1er, ll. K.
Witherspoong Husilzess Adviser, Ruth
Burdetteg and Xlrlviser, Laura Helen
As a part of the daily schedule, during second semester, a group of students 1net
each day at the last period and worked on the annual. The 1941. LATIPAC is a
product of their work. Miss Paschal directed the work of this group. Outside of
class Miss Burdette and Henry Kitchen kept books and handled the money which
came in from various sources.
Once every two weeks groups of students, known as business and literary statins,
met as clubs and discussed the plans for the annual. These clubs were made up of
150 students which shows how many were anxious to work on the annual.
The merchants of the city helped Hnance the annual by buying advertisement space
in the LATIPAC. The names of these merchants may be found in the back of this
hook. The students who sold the most space are Doris Smith, Gerry Moore, An
Godwin and Mabel Wiggiris. My
Lefl to right, battom row: Julia Geiger, Gerry Moore. Mable Wiggins, Mildred Showalter, Doris Smith, Ruby Alleng
Second row: Miss Paschal June Fouraker, Celia Rothgeb, Anne Godwin, Marjorie Soar, Margaret Jordan, Dora
.lane Garrettg Third row: Betty Ruth Wiiimlm-s, .lean Morris, Carolyn Kenyon, Anne Lineherger, Hilah Wllllfi, Rosalie
Fallon, Jane Clark Cheshire, Fourth rout: .l. C. Holland, Dan Green, Ben Armstrong, R. D. Guyton, liilly Ilidena
hover, Ben 'IR-rrell, Eugene Wacle, Rolilly Nlurplly. Unphotogruplied: Daphne Dunn.
From left to right: Miss Burtlelt, lh-nry Kitchen, Anne Lineherger, Miss Pasclial, and ll. li.
THE L TIPAC STAFF
H. K. Witherspoon, Jr., our student photographer, has done one of the biggest
jobs in the publication of this annual. He has made almost all of the informal groups.
His father, Mr. H. K. Witherspoon, aided hini in the development of the pictures
and made some few of the pictures.
Jean Taylor did a large part of the typing that was necessary in working on the
Mr. Hardison has again been our representative from Edwards 81 Broughton Com-
pany. His help and advice enahled us to carry out our plans. Wie thank him.
again made the class pictures, many of the cluh pictures, and the
LAURA HELEN PASCI-IAL
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Mu. CLAUDE F. GADDY
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of North Carolina
Raleigh City Svtmols
AD NISTR TIO
Mr. ffurhly is f'il!ITf'l'llll1'l1Iil'IlI of tht- Raleigh Cily Scilools ixhivh is math' up ul' lvn grammar
sviinuls for white- c'hihlrr'n. iiuur for f'olol'ml, :tml lhree high sr-limits for whilc- 4'iIiiliI'f'Il and fm:-
fnr m'uhul'f'4t. The total 1-nruilnwnt of thvsf- svtnmls for the- FVIIUUI yt'ill' 1940-41 wuw 9234. 'l'ln-rf-
wr-rf' ii4llIl'it'l'I1 prinvipals ami 276 teachers 4"lIlI7IlljPIl in this SySll'lll.
From the preceding statistics We can sm- why Mr. Cufhly was suvh a htwy llltlll :luring thn-
past. y!'Zll'. livery iluy fuuml him husy with affairs lhul vvffre In hm-mwfit us. Sunn-Iinu-s his husinf-ss
rvsuhm-it in athiing a lf'il4'itQ'l', in getting Ll huihling painte-tl nr grruumls I't'I1l1Nit'iil'Ki, trunks or
nfwwlvri mutvrial. On lhf' ullwr hanft Ur. Uuahly fuuntl lima- lu visit the svinmlx. ami attvnnl i
lhf-ir fumwifms. and giw wimls of praisv zmil oiimlirugenlf-m. Fur ilu-sc rvusnns. 1-wry studs-nt
at Brmightnni fveis than Mr, flzuldy is nhl Ihv Qlipe-r'ir1lr?i1flf-nt fat' tha- Pity :-rllmris. illli thv Nm-tthxlm
V i . MR. PAUL A. REID
B.A., lVI.A. University of North Carolina
Our school, the Needham B. Broughton, is one of the high schools. We had
an enrollment of 1,180 for the year 1940-41. Mr. Reid was our principal, and
there were 41 teachers in our school. Nlr. Reid has worked to improve the under-
standing between parents, teachers and pupils. He worked new courses into thc
curriculum. In fact his record speaks for itself. Mr. Reid has done so well
during his three years in Raleigh that in April 1941, the School Board of Elizabeth
City, North Carolina visited our school and begged him to come there, not as
principal, but superintendent beginning with school term 1941-42. Mr. Reid has
accepted, and it is with regret that we see him leave, however, we are proud of his
MR. J. F. BRYANT
Mr. Bryant, as Business Manager, has handled the order for books, instructional
supplies, school equipment and has had charge of the upkeep of all the school
buildings and grounds in the city. '
MR. REID MR. BRYANT
l'i4'lL11'c-ll alum- am- lllt' lIl1"IHllPI'S of our svlmul lmard. 'I'lu-5 un- ut Illc In-all uf nur sf-lnml syslm-111.
4l'llll'll.' Mrs. ff. F. xll'CI'ii1'y. Maynr il. ll. Allalrm-ws. Mrs. XXV. U. Aycuvlx. Slunrffny: NIV. lllillltll' l".
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T111-so 1-iglmt purple- met as lll'C'i'SSllf mls-mantle-ml uml llilllflllifl ilu- ruulim- lrusiness l
tml disrussi-rl plans for the imprmc-lm-nt of mln- svlwul systf-ln. 'lllw following X
YOl'8liOIlS arc- rm-prc-sc-rlled on our sc-lmul lmoarcl: Mrs. lVIl'Cl'il1'f is il hmm- nulkr-rg
Nlr. Andre-us is mayor of Ralf-iglxg Mrs. Ayn-ock is s1-1-11-lm'y for Assm-inlm-rl Cllarilif-s
m the cilyg Mr. Caddy is our 1'm-pn-sf-lltalive frmn ilu- sr-howl: Xlr. .xlilfllll is u
lLlIlliCI'Q Dr. Hicks is am 6-ye spa-viulisl: Mr. Peuxw- is an 4'I1gi1lE'6'I'Z Ur. Curnplwll is
mlm-lor for Slam- College- and has ullir-vs in the 1-ily.
PAUL A. REID, AB., M.A., University of North Carolina, Principal.
JANE BEATTY, BS., Poabocly College, M.A., Columbia University, English.
MRS. B. B. BRAY, JR., BS., M.A., Peabody College, Y.M.C.A. Grad School one Sum-
mer, Physical Education.
RUTH BURDETTE, A.B., Catawba College, Salisbury, N. C., AB., Bowling Green
College of Commerce, Bowling Green, Ky., Colnlncrce.
MARY B. CANNON, AB., Vlfinthrop College, Rock Hill, S. C., MA., Columbia Uni-
versity, New York City, Mathernatics.
DAVID L. COZART, JR., A.B., Duke University, Social Sciencc
C. R. CRAVER, Culver Military Acaclemy, N. C. State College, Band.
RALEIGH TRAVERS DANIEL, BS., Vlfake Forest Col ewlzelziislry, Physics.
taken, Newman, Starnes, lzllington
Uriivcrsily of North Carolinag Mrzsic.
NIARY OLIVER ELLINJTON, Peace Iuslitulcg 15.5. in iitilltllliijll, Stale Tl'il1'ill'I'S Collogcg
- LJ , . MRS. J. E. Fl.15TLI11l-LR, AB., Columlnia. Collvgcg Latin.
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,MI 'H MRS. NIARY blili FONVILLE, AB., W 0IT1ilIl7S Lollegc, l,ll1YC1'S1iy oi Norlli l,urol111ug
, ,Social Studies.
' TIIOMAS VVILLMOTT FREEMAN, AB., Georgetown Colin-geg B.M.F., Uiiixcrrily oi Kun-
, luckyg lmiuslrial Arts and Meclzmzical ljl'fLlL'1.lIg.
MRS. ELLEN R. GLENN, A.B., Guilford Collcgcg University of Virginiag Flllgfisfz.
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i BETTY ELINOR GOSNOLDMAB., Lenoir Rhyme Collegeg BLS., Uni , ily of Norlll
Carolinag Library,2 7' 5
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1LxYMoND CR15Cs0N,t3.B., Wake For-estg boczal Science. xo j
Davis. Fomiilc. Justice, Gosuoid, Gregson, Hall. Cozarl. Rumiion. Strotlim'
MRS. iViAl5l.IC K. DAVIS, MCl'l3dilIl Collcgc, liiliUigilQ HM. in Public Svhool Music,
Daniel Smaw Root Cannon Bray Smith Jo ce "'
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HAZLII. GRIFFIN. A.I3., Chowzui Collcgcg Uniwrsity of North Catrolinzig English and
MRS. A. C. HALL. A.l3.. Oberlin Collegcg Iiniwrsily of North Caroliuzlg CCl'lIllll1, and
JUIIN A. HOLSE, tvniwrsitx of North Curolinug E11 'fish CUIQ llrzlfzrflrlalics li12ftg
IC. R. JOYCE, AB., University of North Curolirlztg Physical EflllCIlfl.fJlI.
MHS. U. K. JOYNIQH. AB.. East Carolina 'i'C2lL'il0l'S Collcgu: TQ1ll'il0l',S fiollm-go, Colum-
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Iria lfniversityg lZylIf.Q'll'SlI-lJIYllIIflliCS.
J. M. JLSTICI5. HHN.. MA.. l7niv0rsity of North Curolinug Social Sa'iw1fr0.
Uttlx BLISS LICWIS. N. C. Diploma, Louishurg Colh-gag HA.. Uulwg f1'IIllllt?lIlllliC5Q
,I. C. iViCCllMIKlfIN, l3.S., Wulw l"orc5tg Uuivcrwity of North Curolilmg fWULlll'IllILliCS5
Darin of Boys.
ELLA BATTLE lVlCDE.-XRMAN, BA., W.C.L'.N.C., Greensboro, MA., Luiversity of
North Carolina, CllCllliSI7'j', Physics.
NIARY W. NELSON, BS., Meredith College, Diploma, Hai'cllJurger's Secretarial School,
MRS. CI. J. NEWMAN, BA., Baylor University, Waco, Texas, Secretary.
LAURA HELEN PASCHAL, HA., MA., WllliS Forest, Elzglisll.
XVILLIAM M. PAYNE, HS., Industrial Arts, C. State Colle-ge, lnzluslrial Arts tilt,
CELESTE LANE PENNY, AB., University of Bortli Carolina, MA., Columbia Uni-
versity, Cornell University, English, fournalisln.
DOROTHY PIIILLIPS, AB., Mererlith College, Home E'C0lI0lllliCS.
ELIZABETH RICAVIS, HS., George Peulmocly College, Home l2'cf1l1o1nic.s.
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v 3'xA1.ICE lil-ISKIH, AB.. Lake Erie College, Bb., 511111110115 Lollcgc ll,l'1IlC bchoolt, Djsl.
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Phillips, Sweat, Frecnlan, Payne, llesh. Nelson. Reavis, Burdette
Griffin, Starnes, Fletcher, House, Glenn, Joyner, Taylor, Paschal, and Beatty
MRS. J. C. ROOT, AB., Duke University, General Science.
HELEN RUNNION, M.A., Peabody Collegeg Social Science, Debate Coach.
ANNIE SMAW, BS., N. C. State College, Mallielnalics.
FREDERICK STANLEY SMITH, Music.
MRS. D. E. STARNES, AB., Lenoir Rhyneg Summer Courses at University of North
Carolina and N. C. State, English
D. E. STARNES, A.B., Lenoir Rhyme, University of North Carolina, Frenclig Spanish.
TVTELISSA STROTHER, AB., Duke University, One year graduate work, Latin.
SUSAN SWETT, BS. in Home Economics, xXf0ll1ElI1,S College of U.lY.C'.g Cafeteria
ELIZABETH T. TAYLOR, AB., East Carolina Teachers Collogeg MS., N. C. State,
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SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS
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Left to right: Hlioclcs, Egerton, Green, Sour, A1'IIlSll'tbIlg
President, JAMES RHODES Treasurer, COURTNEY ECERTON
Vice President, DAN GREEN Sergeant-at-Arms, BEN ARMSTRONG
Secretary, MARJORIE SOAR Mascot, RUSSELL BRAY
Adviser, MISS OMA BLISS LEWIS
There were 166 inmniwrs of the class of 1911. Many of these
Seniors held ofiices in the various organizations of the School. They
took part in the activities that the school sponsored. They earned
for themselves a name of an outstanding class.
Cwot AH CMD 44
LERox' ALLEN, JR.
Student Council Representative 4, Sergeant-at-Arms 5,
Treasurer of Class 3, 4, Latin Club 1, 2, French Club
4, 5, Science Club 2, 3, Taxidermy Division 3.
Little Theatre 1, Latin Club 1, 2, Fra-ueh Club 4, 5,
President 5, Girls' Literary Society 3, 4, 5, Girl
Reserves 1, 2, 3, LATIPAC 4, 5, Hi-Times 4, Science
BEN LINDSEY ARMSTRONG
Carnival Court 5, Junior-Senior 4, Advertising Com-
mittee, French Club 3, Sergeant-at-Arms 3, Glee Club
4, State Contest 4, 8th Band 4, Assistant Director 4,
LATIPAC 5, Hi-Times 5, Science Club 2, Hi-Y 4, 5,
Sergeant-at-Arms 5, Band 3, 4, 5, State Contest 3, 4, 5,
Scouts 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, Eagle 4, Silver Bugle 3, Sergeant-ab
Arms 5, Superlative 5, Beau.
Typing Club 4.
THE 1941 LATIPAC
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l11ARJORIE STUART AvENT
Student Council 4, Points Committee 4, Little Theatre
5, Latin Club 2, French Club 3, 4, Girls' Literary
Society 3, 4, 5, 1,A'I'II'AC 3, 4, 5, Hi-Times 2, Science
Club 3, Girls' Athletic Association 2, Basketball 2,
Tennis 2, Swimming 3, ,Iunior Play 5, A. ll. Hill
Junior lligh, Richmond Va. 1.
lNIA1tcAm:T ANN BACLEY
Glee Club 2, 3, 5, Typing Club 5, Band 4, 5.
CIHAnLEs Astray BALLANCIC
Latin Club 4, 5, Glee Club 3, 8th Band 1, Orchestra
2, 3, 5, Band 1, 2, 4, 5, Solo 3, 4, All State Band 3, 4,
All Eastern High School Orchestra 5.
NTARY WKVILMOTH BARBER
.lunior Dramatics Club 1, French Club 4, 5, Typing
Club 5, Girl Reserves 2, 3, 4, 5, LATII-Ac 5, Science
Club 4, 5. R. J. Reynolds High School, Winston-
Salem, N. C., Choral Reading Club 3, Etiquette Club
3, Junior Girl Reserves 5, Sponsor 5, National Honor
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RICHARD D. BARROW
Candid Camera Club 5, Printing 2, 3, 4, 5, Scouts
2, 3, 4, 5, Patrol Leader 3, 4, ,Iunior Assistant Scout
Master 5, Den Chief 3, 5.
WILLIAM ASHE BAsoN
French Club 4, Typing Club 5, Science Club 5,
Chairman 5 tChemistry Divisionl, Debating 5,
Sergeant-at-Arms 5, Hi-Y 5, Boy Scouts 2, 3, 4,
Chess Club 5, President 5.
French Club 5, Girls' Literary Society 3, 4, 5, Girl
Reserves 3, LATIPAC 5, Hi-Times 3.
ELIZABETH DAVIS BHATY
Student Council, Points Committee 4, 5, Chairman 4, 5,
Marshall 5, Carnival Court 4, Little Theatre 5, Latin
Club 1, Glee Club 2, 3, State Contest 2, Typing Club
5, Girls' Literary Society 3, 4, 5, Girl Reserves 1,
Hi-Times 4, Editorial Editor ttwo issuesl 4, Girls'
Athletic Association 1, German Club 3, 4. New
Hanover High School, Wilmington, N. C. 2, Delegate
to State Student Council Congress 5, City Newspaper
DOROTHY GILBERT BEDDINGFIELD
Little Theatre 4, 5, Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, Typing Club
5, Girls, Literary Society 4, 5, Girl Reserves 1, 2.
CHARLES FULLER BLANCHARD
Student Council 3, Citizenship Committee 3, Secretary
of Class 2, 3, 4, Marshal 4, Boys' Literary Society
2, 3, 4, 5, President 4, Vice President 5, Hi-Times
Press Club 4, Vice President 4, Science Club 2, Hi-Y
4, 5, Treasurer 5, Boy Scouts 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, Eagle 4, 5,
U. N. C. Press Convention 3, Hi-Y Convention 5,
Senior Superlative 5, Wit, Senior Play 5.
Student Council Alternate 4, Little Theatre 5, Chess
Club 5, Glee Club 5, Typing Club 4, Junior Hi-Y 3,
Science Club 3, Debating 5, Football, Junior 1, 2,
Varsity 3, 4, 5, Game Captain 2, Basketball. .lunior
2, 3, Tennis 4, Boy Scouts 1, 2, Patrol Leader 2, Cub
Scout Leader 2, Track 1, German Club 3, 4, Monogram
Club 5, Manager Book Room 4, 5.
J. HORACE BRADLEY
Candid Camera Club 4, 5, Science Club 3, 4, 5.
KATIIPIRINE ELIZABETH BRAY
Latin Club 3, Girls' Literary Society 4, 5, Girl Rc-
serves 1, 2, 3, 5, Girls' Athletic Association 2, 3, 4,
Vice President 4, Drill Team 3.
Romgm' HENRY BRIDGES
Spanish Club 3, 4, Science Club 5, Chess Club 5.
Typing Club 4, Girls' Literaly Society 3, 4, 5, Citizen-
ship Committee 3.
E. O. BROGDIJN, JR.
Student Council, Elections Committee 3, Assembly
Committee 5, Chairman 5, Latin Club 2, 3, Glee-
Cflub 1, 3, Boys' Literary Society 4, 5, Program
Chairman 4, Chairman of Membership Committee 5,
Radio Club 4, Hi-Times 5, Reporter, Science Club
1, 2, 3, 4, Debating Team 4, 5, Junior Play 5,
Boy Scouts 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, Patrol Leader 2, 3, 4, Scribe
3, 4, Junior Assistant Scout Master 5, Eagle 4, Delegate
to Tar Heel Boyis State 5, President Pro tem of Senate
5, Debating Club 4, 5, President 4, 5, German Club
4, 5, Vice President 5, Program Chairman 5, Bird
Club 3, Model Airplane Club 2, Chess Club 5.
THE 1941 LATIPAC
JUANITA LANIICR CATES
Little Theatre 4, 5, French Club 4, Spanish Club 5,
Glee Club 2, Girls' Literary Society 5, Girl Reserves
2, 3, LATIPAC 4, Hi-Times 4, Girls' Athletic Association
3, 4, Girl Scout 1, 2, 3.
EMILY SHIELL CIIESHIRE ,
Latin Club 2, 3, French Club 4, 5, Girl Reserves
4, LATIPAC 4, 5, Science Club 3, Drill Team 3, New
York Trip 5. ,
JEAN MARIE CLARK ,
French Club 3, 4, Glee Club 4, 5, Girls' Literary
Society 3, 4, 5, Girl Reserves 2, 3, 4, 5, Co-chairman of
Publicity 3, Chairman of Publicity 5, Science Club 2i
Spanish Club 5, Tennis 4, 5.
Girl Reserves 3, Girls' Athletic Association 1, 2, 3.
MARY BRIDCERS CORNICK
Little Theatre 5, Latin Club 2, 3, French Club 3, 4,
Glee Club 4, 5, Girls' Literary Society 3, 4, 5, Girl
Reserves 2, Science Club 1, 2, Girls' Athletic Associa-
tion l, Drill Team 3, Columbia Scholastic Press Con-
Junior-Senior 4, Refreshment Committee 4, Little
Theatre 5, Latin Club 1, 2, Spanish Club 4, Typing
Club 5, Girls, Literary Society 3, 4, 5, Secretary 5,
Girl Reserves 1, 2, LATIPAC 3, 4, Science Club 3, 4,
Girls' Athletic Association 2.
Little Theatre 3, 4, 5, Junior Dramatics Club 1, 2,
Latin Club 2, 3, Spanish Club 5, Glee Club 1, 2, Girls'
Literary Society 4, 5, Hi-Times 4, Girls' Athletic As-
SARA ATWATER CROWDER
Student Council, Points Committee 4, 5, Cheer Leader
4, Junior-Senior 4, Little Theatre 3, 4, Latin Club 1,
French Club 3, 4, Typing Club 5, Girls, Literary
Society 2, 3, 4, Girl Reserves 2, LATIPAC 3, 4, 5, Hi-
Times 3, Girls, Athletic Association 1, 2, 3, Swimming
3, Junior Cheer Leader 3, Columbia Scholastic Press
Convention 5, Office Assistant 3, 4, 5, Home Room
Junior Dramatics Club 1, Glee Club l, 2, 3, 4, Girl
Reserves 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, Chairman of Music Committee
3, 4, Girls' Athletic Association 1, German Club 3, 4,
Chorister 4, Girl Scouts 1, 2, Operetta 3, Greensboro
State Music Contest 3, 4.
IDA ELIZABETH DESERN
Girl Reserves 1.
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WIIiI.IAM HALIIS DIm:NItovrR
Vice President of Class 2, LATIPAC 5, Hi-Times 4, 5,
Science Club 1, 2, 3, Debating tlixtemporaneous speak-
ing? 4, Hi:3Y 5, Basketball 3, German Club 3, 4.
Little Theatre 4, 5, Typing Club 5, Girls, Literary
Society 3, 4, 5, Girl Reserves 3, LA'rIPAc 5, Citizen-
ship Committee 3, Home Room President 5.
EDWARD G. Donsizv, Jn.
Hugh Morson 1, 2, Junior-Senior 4, Chairman of Re-
freshment Committee, French Club 2, 3, Typing Club
5, Boys' Literary Society 5, Hobby Club 2, Science
Club 4, Football tJr.l 3, National Honor Society.
CLYDI-1 A. DOUGLAS, ll
Latin Club 2, Boys' Literary Society 3, 4, Junior
Hi-Y 4, Hi-Times 4, Science Club 5, Audio-Visual
Committee 5, Hugh Morson Debating Club 1.
THE 1941 LATIPAC
Marshal 3, Cheer Leader 3, 5, Little Theatre 5, Latin
Club 1, 2, Girls, Literary Society 3, 4, 5, President 5,
Girl Reserves 1, 2, 3, LATIPAC 4, 5, Science Club 3,
Drill Team 3, German Club 3, 4, Vice President 4,
COIIRTN ICY Ect1lt'r'oN, JR.
Student Council Representative 2, Poster Committee
5, Vice President of Class 3, Carnival Court 4, Latin
Club 1, 2, Boys' Literary Society 3, 4, 5, President 4,
Junior Hi-Y 3, President 3, HL-Times 3, 4-, Assistant
Editor 3, Co-editor-in-Chief 4, Hi-Y 4, 5, Secretary 5,
Tennis 2, 3, 4, 5, Co-captain 5, Junior Football 2, 3,
German Club 3, 4, Hi-Y Conference 4, Junior Play
5, Boy Scouts 1, 2, 3, Treasurer of Class 5.
EIJZABILTH llflAlC EI.I.t NGTON
Student Council Representative 3, Member of Social
Committee 3, Junior-Senior 4, Member of Refreshment
Committee 4, Spanish Club 5, Glee Club 1, Typing
Club 4, Girl Reserves 1, 2, 3, 5.
KATHERINE Vfxss Enom'
Latin Club 2, 3, French Club 4, 5, Girls' Literary
Society 4-, 53 Girl Reserves 2.
RUTH ERSKINE E Nroic
E. Lvxwoon FALLWELL '
Carnival Court 5, Little Theatre 3, 4, 5, Latin Club 1, Latin Club l, Science 1, 3, 5lQim1essfClub 5. J
Spanish Club 5, Girls' Literary Society 3, 4, 5, ltA'l'll'AC
5, Hi-Times 5, Science Club 2, Girl Reserves 1.
FRANCES ELIZABIQTH l'lltWIN
Latin Club l, 2, Vice President 2, Girl Reserves 3, 5,
Science Club 3, 5, Debating 5, National Honor
PAUL 1f'l'm:nlnt:1c, Jn.
Eighth Band 1, Orchestra 1, 2. 3, 4, 5, Band 1, 3, 4, 5.
ROSALIIQ lVlARllf1 FAI.i.oN
Little Theatre 4, 5, French Club 3, 4, Glee Club 3. 4,
Girls, Literary Society 3, 4. 5, l.A'lIl'AC 5, Cathedral
School 1: Notre Dame Academy 2, Senior Play.
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DUREMA GRESHAMA ' FITZGERALD
Co-chairman of Audio-Visual Committee 5, Historian
of Class 3, Little Theatre 4, 5, Glee Club 2, 3, 4, 5,
Treasurer 2, Secretary 3, 4, Girl Reserves.: ll," 2, 3, 4,
5, Music Chairman 1, Treasurer 2, Service C5nimittee
3, Band tAccompanistf, in State Contestl 3, 4, 5,
llugh Morson High 1, 2,'3,, National Honor Society.
BETTY JUNE FOURAKER
Little Theatre 3, 4, 5, French Club 3, 4, LATIPAC 4, 5,
Debating 4, 5, Vice President 4.
Ring Committee 4, Latin Club l. 2, German Club 3:
Glee Club 3, Boyis Literary Society 4, 5, Hi-Times
Sophomore Assistant Managing Editor, Co-managing
editor 4, Tennis Manager 4, Hi-Y 4, 5, Boy Scouts
2, 3, 4, Science Club l, 2, 3, 4, 5iC'hess Club 5.
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DORA JANE GARRETT
French Club 4, 5, Girl Reserves 4, 5, LATIPAC 4, 5,
Science Club 3, 4, 5, Junior Girl Reserves 5, Student
Adviser 5, Girl Scouts 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, Patrol Leader 1, 2, 3,
Treasurer 4, Assistant Leader 5. Hillcrest Junior High,
Burlington, N. C. 1.
JULIA DIxoN GEIGER
Little Theatre 5, French Club 4, Glee Club 3, Girls'
Literary Society 3, 4, Girl Reserves 1, 2, 3, 4, 5,
Chairman of Service Committee 4, 8tlI Chorus 1,
ANNE MARIE GODWIN
Little Theatre 5, Latin Club 1, 2, French Club 3, 4,
Secretary 3, Typing Club 5, Girls' Literary Society 4,
Girl Reserves 2, LATIPAC 4, 5, Science Club 4, Columbia
Press Convention 4.
DAN Huon GREEN
Vice President of Senior Class 5, Marshal 5, Typing
Club 5, Boys, Literary Society 5, LATIPAC 5, lli-Y
5, Hi-Y Conference 5, National Honor Society.
THE 1941 LATIPAC
MAURICE WILLIAM GRIFFIN
Spanish Club 4, 5, Glee Club 4, 5, Treasurer 5, Candid
Camera Club 3, Science Club 3.
ROBERT DELMAR GUYTON, JR.
Student Council Representative 5, Member of Citizen-
ship Committee 5, Memher of Audio-Visual Committee
5, Boys' Literary Society 5, Secretary 5, Candid
Camera Club 2, Orchestra 1, LATIPAC 5, Science Club
3, Band 2, 4, 5, Boy Scouts 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, Eagle 5,
Student Council Congress 5, Cornet Trio 4, 5, All
State Band 4, Silver Bugle 2, Cornet Solo 5.
HILDRA VIRGINIA HALL
Typing Club 4, 5.
RALPH NICHOLAS HARoRovE
Latin Club 1, Spanish Club 3, 4, Glee Club 2, Boys'
Literary Society 4, 5, Science Club 1, 2, 3, Hi-Y 5.
of , AHF
Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, Treasurer 4, ,lunior lli-Y 3,
Operetta 3, Greensboro Music Contest 2, 3, 4, Boy
Scouts 1, 2, Designed Broughton Seal 4.
Student Committee, Social Committee 5, Latin Club
1, 2, French Club 3, 4, Science Club 2, 4, Band
3, 4, 5, German Club 5, Treasurer 5, Autlio-Visual
Committee 5, State Music Festival 3, 4.
Latin Club 2, Glee Club 2, Typing Club 2, Girl Reserves
2, 3, 4, 5. Greensboro Senior High, Greensboro, N. C.
1, 2, 3, 4.
GREIG LEE Hicks
Virginia Episcopal School 1, 2, Florida Military
Academy 3, 4, Science Club 5.
Inmn l1lAIlIE Honctc
Girl Reserves 1.
NIARY Cmms ll0I,I.IDAY
Typing Club 5, Girl Reserves 4. 5. Clinton, N. C.
National Beta Club 3, Library Club 4, School Store 4.
SAIIAII AIARIE HOI.T
Junior Dramatics Club 1, Latin Club 1, 2, Typing
Club 5, Girl Reserves 3, 4, 5, Science Club 4, Girls'
Athletic Association 1.
Lutz RAwI.INcs Hoon
Spanish Club 3, 4, Glee Club 2, 3. 5, Boys' Literary
Society 4, 5, Sergeant-at-Arms 5, Science ClIIb 2, 3,
Hi-Y 5, Boy Scouts 1, 2. 3, 4, .lunior Football 2.
EUGENE THOMPSON HORD, JR.
Latin Club 2, 3, Boys, Literary Society 5, Hi-Times
4, 5, Science Club 4, Tennis 4, 5, Citizenship Committee
3, Audio-Visual Committee, Monogram Club 5.
GORDON BERT HOWELL
Latin Club 2, 3, Boys' Literary Society 4, 5, Science
Club 2, 3, 4, Debating Team 4, 5, Hi-Y 5, German
Club 4. 5, Debating Club 4, 5, Vice President 4, 5,
Boy Scouts 1, 2, 3, 4, Radio Guild 4, Delegate to
Boys' State 4, N. Ci. State High School Debating
Champions 4, Chess Club 5.
FRANK MOORE IRWIN
Radio Club 2, Art Club 1, Candid Camera Club 3,
Science Club 2, Football 1, 2, 3, 4, Basketball 2, Tennis
2, Swimming 2, Golf 3, Biology Club 2, Monogram
Latin Club 1, 2, French Club 3, Typing Club 4, 5,
Girls' Literary Society 3, Girl Reserves 1, 2, Girls'
Athletic Association 1.
THE 1941 LATIPAC
ROBERT VERNON JETER
Student Council, Chairman of Grounds Committee 5,
Little Theatre 5, Latin Club 1, 2, Hi-Times 5, Science
Club 1, 2, Hi-Times Press Club 5, Vice President 5,
Cathedral High School 3, 4, Audio-Visual Committee 5,
Boy Scouts 1, 2, 3, Senior Play.
JAMES TILLERY .JOIINSOV
Marshal 2, Junior-Senior 4, Co-chairman of Decora-
tion Committee 4, Boys' Literary Society 2, 3, 4, 5,
Treasurer 4, Vice President 5, Hi-Times 5, Sports
Editor, Co-Editor-in-Chief, Science Club 1, 2, Hi-Y 5,
Football fJr.J 1, 2, Basketball 1Jr.J 2, Tennis 2, 3,
4, 5, Co-captain 5.
lV1ARCARET ROSE JOHNSON
Little Theatre 4, 5, Latin Club 2, Glee Club 3, 4, 5,
Girls' Literary Society 4, Girl Reserves 1. 2, Chair-
man of Social Committee 3, Science Club
Junior-Senior 4, Latin Club 2, Typing Club 4, Art
Club 5, Science Club 3, Basketball 4, 5, Baseball 5.
HELEN LIARGARET JORDAN
Latin Club 1, 23 French Cflub 3, 43 Glee Club 2, 53
Girls' Literary Society 33 Girl Reserves 3, 4, 53 LATIPAC
53 Science Cltlb l, 23 Public Relations Committee 53
Girl Scouts 2, 3. Highland Park High School, High-
land Park, N. ,l. 43 Tri-Y 43 National Honor Society.
Little Theatre 43 Typing Club 53 Girls' Athletic As-
sociation l. '
WILLIAM F. KELLY
Treasurer of Freshman Class 23 Treasurer of Sophomore
Class 33 Carnival Court3 Spanish Club 3. 43 Boys' Liter-
ary Society 2, 3, 4. 53 Art Club 23 Junior Hi-Y 3,
Secretary 33 Candid Camera Club 53 Swimming 2, 3, 4, 5.
CAROLYN GRAY KENYON
Student Council, Chairman of Citizenship Committee
4. Member of Standards Committee 3, Audio-Visual
Committee 53 President of Class 13 Marshal 53
Carnival Court 53 Junior-Senior 4, Chairman of Deco-
ration Committee 43 Little Theatre 53 Latin Club 1, 2.
President 23 French Club 3, 43 Glee Club 4, 53 Girls'
Literary Society 3, 4, 5, Program Chairman 4, Treas-
urer 53 LATIPAC 53 Science Club 23 Sophomore Dance
3, Chairman of Entertainment Committee 33 Girl
Scout 1, 23 Greensboro 43 D.A.R. Citizenship Award
53 Senior Super-lative, SclIolarship3 New York Trip3
National Honor Society.
Student Council Representative 2, 3, Chairman of
Citizenship Committee 53 Spanish Club 3, 4, President
43 Typing Club 4, 53 Candid Chimera Club 2. 3, 53
LATIPAC 5, Business Manager 53 School Store 3. Salesman
33 State Spanish Contest, First Place 43 State Bookkeep-
ing Contest, First Place 43 National Honor Society.
ROBERT TYLER KOIIL
Student Council Representative 3, Co-chairman of
Motion Picture Committee 3, 4, Audio-Visual Coin-
mittee 53 Senior Superlative, SclIolarsbip3 Little
Theatre 3, 4, 53 Glee Club 2, 3, 4, 53 Radio Club
3, 4, President 43 Science Club 3, President
33 Stage Crew 33 State Student Council Congress
4, 5, President 43 Golden Masquers 4, 53 Contest Play
43 Operetta 33 State Music Contest Soloist 3, 4, 53
Senior Play3 National Honor Society.
lxllI.DRED WESTER LANIER
Little Theatre 3, 43 Girls' Literary Society 3, 4, 5.
WILLIAM PARKER LAWRENCE, JR.
French Club 23 LATIPAC 5.
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RAYMOND BRUCE I.r3nI-'onn
Spanish ClIIb 3, 4, Typing Club 4, 5, Science Club 5,
School Store 3, Football 5, Swimming 4, 5.
Axx I-1 SIMPSON LIN I:Iu:II1:I:II
Student Council Representative 4, 5, Chairman ol'
Special Committee 4, Member of Handbook Committee
4, Member of Standards Committee 4, Marshal 5,
Junior-Senior 4, Decorating Committee 4, Ring Com-
Inittee 4, Chairman 4, Little Theatre 5, Latin Club
2, Chairman of Program Committee 2, French Club
3, 4, Vice President 4, Girls' Literary Society 3, 4,
Girl Reserves 1, 2, 3, Secretary 2, Vice President 3,
LATIPAC 4, 5, Editor-in-Chief 5, Hi-Times 4, 5, Science
Club 2, Press Conference 4, State Student Council
Congress 5, Chairman Nominating Committee 5, New
York Trip 5, Senior Superlative 5, Versatility, Na-
tional Honor Society.
DORIS WYNONA LLOi D
Little Theatre 5, Latin Club 4, 5, Girl Reserves 2, 4,
Girls, Athletic Association 1, 2, Student Council 1.
MILDRED LEE LI.o YI:
Latin Club l, 2, German Club 3, 4, Glee Club 2, 3.
4, 5, Typing Club 4, 5, Hi-Times iTypingJ 5, Girls'
Athletic Association 4, 5, Co-point Recorder 4, Presi-
dent 5, Drill Team 4, 5, Student Council 5, Co-
chairman of Intramural Sports, Raleigh High School
Chorus 4, 5, Library Page 3, 4, Senior Superlative 5,
Sports, National Honor Society.
THE 1941 LATIPAC
GI-:RTRIIDE BALI. Loxc
Little Theatre 4, Program Chairman 4, Latin Club 3,
Spanish Club 4, Citizenship Committee 4. Asheville,
N. C., Let' lftlwards High School 2. Charlotte, N. C.
Piedmont Junior High School 1.
VIQRTIE EI.I.IaN Lvnoon
Little Tlu-atro 5, Junior Dratnatics Club l., Latin
Club 1, 2, Glee Club 5, Girl Reserves 3, LA'rII'Ac 3,
Hi-Times 4, Debating Club 4, Secretary 4, Hi-Times
Press Club 4, German Club 3, 4, Student Council
G1'UlIllllS Committee 5.
French Club 4, 5, Science Club 5, Boy Scouts 4, 5,
Patrol Leader and Junior Assistant Scout Master 5.
Troop Scribe 4, Assistant Patrol Leader 4, Senior Scout
5, Explorer Scout 5.
EDNA Ross lx'lCDlJFFlE
Girl Reserves 1, 2, 4, Girls' Athletic Association
l, 2, 3, Drill Team 2, Distributive Education Club 5.
Bsrsr BARBARA McM1r.r.AN
Latin Club 1, 2, French Club, Glee Club 2, 3, 4, 5.
Reporter 5, Girls' Literary Society 4, Girl Reserves
5, Candid Camera Club 4, Hi-Times 5, Editor 2, News
Editor 2, Secretary 5, Public Relations Committee 5,
N. C. Scholastic Press Convention 5, National Honor
ROBERT LEROY RTCMILLAN, JR.
Student Council 4, 5, Vice President 4, President 5,
Vice President of Class 1, President of Class 4,
Marshal 3, Latin Club 1, Boys' Literary Society 3,
4, 5, Vice President 3, Secretary 4, Hi-Times 4,
Sports Editor K3 issuesi 4, Science Club 1, 2, Hi-Y
3, 4, 5, Football 4, 5, Track 1, .Junior Football 2, 3,
Boy Scouts 1, 2, 3, Eagle 3, Junior Basketball 2,
Senior Superlative 5, Mr. Needham Broughton, New
York Trip 4, 5.
PENN MARSHALL, JR.
Little Theatre 3, Junior Dramatics Club 2, Latin Club
3, French Club 5, Glee Club 1, 2, 3, Typing Club 5,
Hi-Times 5, Science Club 1, 2, 3, 5, Vice President 3,
Golf 3, Boy Scouts 1, 2, 3, Troop Scribe 2, 3, Junior
Boys' Literary Society 3, Operetta 3, Columbia Scho-
lastic Press Convention 5.
RUTH CORNELIA lVlART1N
Carnival Court 5, Little Theatre 5, Junior Dramatics
Club 1, Girls' Literary Society 3, 5, Girl Reserves 1,
2, LATTPAC 5.
Junior Cheer Leader 2, Little Theatre 4. 5, Latin Club
2, 3, French Club 4, Glee Club 1, 2, Typing Club 5,
Girls' Literary Society 3, 4, 5, Girl Reserves 3, LATIPA-C
4, Science Club 1, Girls' Athletic Association 1, Drill
W. LYNDO-N MAYIQR, JR.
Little Theatre 2, 5, Latin Club 2, 3, Glee Club 1, 2, 3,
4, 5, Candid Camera Club 2, 3, Orchestra 2, Science
Club 2, 3, German Club 4, 5, Operetta 3, Greensboro
Music Contest 2, 3, 4, Boy Scouts 1, 2, 3, Senior Play.
WILLARD BROWN MIDCPITTE
Junior-Senior 4, Drinks Committee 4, Boys' Literary
Society 4, 5, Secretary and President 5, Candid Camera
Club 4, 5, Sergeant-at-Arms 5, Science Club 2, 4, Hi-Y
5, Debating Club 5, Boy Scouts 1, 2, High Point High
School 3, Radio Club 3.
CORNELIA PARRH Mnvrs
Little Theatre 5, Latin Club 2, 3, French Club 4,
Spanish Club 2, 5, Girls' Literary Society 4, 5.
Lvnm BTAE NIOORE
Student Council, Calendar Committee 3, 4, 5, Co-
chairman 4, Chairman 53 Carnival Court 5, Queen
53 Girls' Literary 2, 3, 4, President 43 Ollice Assistant
53 Little Theatre 33 Cihristmas Pageant 43 Home Room
Cadet 23 Marshal, Junior Play 4.
Spanish Club 4.
Latin Club 2g French Club 3, 43 Girl Reserves 2, 3.
4, 5, Vice President 4, President 53 Science Club
2, 43 German Club 43 National Honor Society.
THE 1941 LATIPAC
JEAN ANDERSON MORRIS
Latin Club l, 23 French Club 33 Glee Club 43 Girl
Reserves 3, 4, 5, Treasurer 5. Social Chairman 43 LATIPAC
53 Science Club 2, 5, Chairman Nature Group3 Repre-
sentative to Girl Reserve Conference 4.
Latin Club 23 Typing Club 43 Girl Reserves 4, 53
Girls' Athletic Association 1, 5.
DOROTHY WILKPIRSON bTURDO'CK
Girl Reserves 4.
ROBERT D. MllRI'HY
Spanish Club 4, 53 Orchestra 4, 53 LATIPAC 53 Science
Club 33 Band 3, 4, 53 Junior Football 43 Scouts 2, 3,
43 All State Orchestra 5.
PRISCILLA CLAIRE NA vcr:
tudent Council, Member of Citizenship f,,ommittee 4,
atin Club 4, 5, French Club 4, Girls' Literaiy 4, 5,
ii-Times 4, 5, Hi-Times Press Club 4. Secretaly 4,
lity Newspaper Correspondent 4, 5, Public Relations
llub 5, Chapel Hill Press Conference 4. Harding
unior High School, Oklahoma City, Okla. 1, 2, Na-
onal Junior llonor Society 2, Classen Senior High
chool, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma 3, National Honor
Chairman of Social Committee of Student Council 5,
Senior Superlative 5, Belle, Carnival Court 4, Little
Theatre 5, Latin Club 2, 3, French Club 4, 5, Girls,
Literary Society 4, 5, Girl Reserves 2, LATIPAC 4, Hi-
Times 5, Advertising Manager, Sales Manager, Science
Club 4, Girls' Athletic Association 3, State Contest
Play 5, Delegate to State Student Council Congress 5,
Little Women 5.
'yping Club 4, Girls, Athletic Association 3, Drill
ELSIE LEE PEARCE
Glee Club 3, 4, Girl Reserves 5, Girls' Athletic As-
RACHEL HAWKINS PEA1'noss
Little Theatre 4, 5: French Club 4, Glee Club 1. 2, 3,
4, 5, President 5, Girl Reserves 1, Radio Club 5, Girls,
Athletic Association 1. 2, Sop. Solos 4, Junior Play
4, Operetta 3, Senior Play.
KEN NETH HITNTFIR Pillow
ljoysi Literary Society 4, Hi-Times 4, 5, Managing
Editor 4, 5, Junior Football 3, Distributive Education
Little Theatre 5, Spanish Club 5, Cary High School
1, 2, 3. 4, Girls, Basketball 2, 3, 4, Beta Club 4.
Jtvuus W. Prroiixivc
Student Council Representative 3, Motion Picture
Committee 3, 4, Chairman of Class Picture 3, Audio-
Visual Committee 5, Chairman 5, Carnival Court,
Little Theatre 3, 4, 5, President 4, Typing Club 5,
Candid Camera Club 2, 3, 4, Vice President 4, Or-
chestra 2, LATIPAC 5, Science Club 2, Band 3, 4, 5,
Golden Masquers 3, 4, 5, Pledge Captain 3, 4, Presi-
dent 5, Operetta 3, Little Women 5, Junior Play 4,
Contest y 3, 4, Senior Play, National Honor
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Little Theatre 4, 5, Secretary 55 Junior Dramatics
Club 1, 25 French Club 45 LATIPAC 55 Science Club
35 Girls' Athletic Association 15 .lunior Play 45 Hugh
Morson 1, 25 Audio-Visual Committee 55 Senior Play5
National Honor Society.
Spanish Club 4, 55 Art Club 45 Hi-Times 55 Junior
Football 15 Junior Basketball 15 Chess Club 5. Beau-
mont, Texas 1. Cleveland, Ohio 1. St. Kitts, British
West Indies 2, 35 Boy Scouts 1.
JAMES CORNELIUS Rl-ZEVES
Latin Club 1, 2, Treasurer 15 Science Club 1, 25
Junior Football 35 German Club 3, 4, President 45
Dance Committee 25 Boy Scouts 1, 2, 3.
THE 1941 LATIPAC
JAMES KP1N'f RHODES
Audio-N isual Committee 3, 4, 55 Vice President of Class
45 President of Class 55 Carnival Court 5, King 55 Hi-
Y 55 Band 1, 2, 3. 4, 55 Tennis 45 Senior Superlative
5, VerSatility5 National Honor Society.
JAMES ROBERT Rlccs
Glee Club 2, 3, 45 Science Club 2, 35 lioy Scouts
1, 2, 3, 4. Patrol Leader 2. 3.
Lois BIAE RISLEY
Student Council Representative 55 Little Theatre 35
Junior Dramatics Club 35 Latin Club 1, 25 French Club
3, 45 Typing Club 55 Girl Reserves 1, 2, 3, 45 LATIPAC 5.
EUGENE HtTN'r1,EY ROBERTS, JR.
Student Council Representative 35 Junior-Senior 4,
Refreshment Clommittet-5 Little Theatre 45 Typing
Club 55 Orchestra 45 LATIPAC 55 Band 3, 4, 55 Sons
of American Legion 5, Captain 55 News and Observer
Carrier 3, 4, 55 Citizenship Committee 35 National
CATHERINE E. ROIIGICIIS
Student Council Publicity Chairman 4, 53 Little Theatre
4, 53 Latin Club 2. 33 French Club 43 Girls' Literary
Society 3, 4, 5, Reporter 43 l.ATIl'AC 3, 53 Hi-Times
43 Science Club 2, 33 Cirls' Athletic Association 2, 33
Drill Team 3g Swimming 33 Public Relations 5, Presi-
dent 53 Office Assistant 53 New York Trip 53 National
Basketball 2, 3, 4.
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DONALD BARDEN R11ssELL
RM- tx.-it-F F
Student Council Representative 53 Distributive Educa-
tion Club 5.
RENA BELL Rl 'ssEI,L
CARL F. SAPP
Student Council Representative 1, 2, Sergeant-at-Arms
of Student Council 3, Chairman of lntramural Sports
Committee 53 President of Class 1, 23 Senior Play 43
Marshal 43 Carnival Court 53 Little Theatre 53 Spanish
Club 4, Treasurer 43 Hi-Y 3, 4, 5, President 53 Football
33 Basketball 3, 4, 5, Captain 53 Monogram Club 53
Junior Basketball 23 ,lunior Football 2g 'Hi-Y Conference
53 Senior Superlalive 5, Sports.
ROBERT PERRY Scuivuor
Treasurer of Student Council 43 Senior Superlative
5, Scholarship 53 Junior-Senior 4, Program Committee
43 Latin Club 1, 23 Typing Club 53 Science Club 2, 3,
4, 5, Vice President 3, President 43 Debating Club
5, President Cspring terml 43 Boy Scouts 1, 2, 3, 4, 5,
Scribe 1, Patrol Leader 2, 3, Quartermaster 4, 53
Chess Club 5, Vice President 53 German Club 3, 4, 53
Orator Wake Forest College 53 National Honor Society.
FORREST H. SHUFORD, ll
Little Theatre 55 Science Club 1, 2, 3, 45 Debating
4 falternatelg ,lunior Play 55 Chess Club 55 German
Club 3, 45 Debating Club 4, 55 Boys' Literary Society
55 Senior Play.
Marshal for Junior Play 45 Little Theatre 3, 4, 5,
Vice President 5, Program Chairman 55 Latin Club
1, 25 French Club 35 Glee Club 35 Girl Reserves
3, 45 LATIPAC 4, 55 Science Club 15 Girls' Athletic
Association 25 Drill Team 25 Audio-Visual Committee
55 Senior Play.
RANSOM WILTON SMITH
Junior-Senior 4, Decorating Committee 45 Glee Club 35
Radio Club 55 Hi-Times 5, Assistant Managing Editor
55 Science Club 1, 2, 4, 55 Stage Crew 2, 3, 4, Assistant
Manager 35 Audio-Visual Committee 2, 3, 4.
MARJORIIE ELIZABETH SOAR
Student Council Representative 3, Member Citizen-
ship Committee 3, Member of Standards Committee
4, Audio-Visual Committee 55 Secretary of Class 55
Marshal for Junior Play 45 Junior-Senior 4, Decora-
tion Committee 45 Little Theatre 4, 5, Historian 55
Latin Club 25 French Club 3, 45 Girls, Literary
Society 3, 4, 55 Girl Reserves 2, 3, 4, 5, Publicity
Chairman 3, President 4, Program Chairman 55
LATIPAC 4, 55 Science Cflub 1, 45 Representative to
Girl Reserve Conference 35 New York Trip5 National
THE 1941 LATIPAC
111ARY ELLA STEPHENSON
Latin Club 25 French Club 3, 45 Spanish Club 55 Typing
Club 55 Girls' Literary Society 35 Girls' Athletic As-
sociation 4, 5.
BETTY BL AIR STEYICK
Grounds Committee 55 Glee Club 2, 45 Typing Club
55 Girls' Literary Society 3, 4, 5, Assistant Secretary
55 LATIPAC 55 Girls, Athletic Association 35 Girl
Scouts 1, 2.
SARAH ELIZABETH STO NEBANKS
Student Council Representative 45 Carnival Court 55
Junior-Senior Decorating Committee 45 Latin Club 1, 2,
Vice President 25 Girls' Literary Society 3, 4, 5, Vice
President 55 Girl Reserves 45 LATIPAC Club 55 Hi-Times
5, Co-editor Twice, Headlines and Editor 55 Debating
Club 45 German Club 3, 4, Secretary 45 Columbia
Scholastic Press Convention 55 New York Trip 5.
PAUL DENNY STRICKLAND
Little Theatre 4, 5, Treasurer 55 Latin Club 35 French
Club 45 Glee Club 45 Radio Club 55 Science Club 35
Junior Play 45 Charlotte Schools 1, 25 Senior Play.
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JOHN P. SWAIN, JR.
Latin Club 2, 33 LATIPAC 5: Science Club 5: llantl
3, 4, 53 Football 53 Junior Football 33 German Club
, . ., .
4, QQ Boy Scouts 1. 2. .wi til-H2llil'I'S 4.
GLAINS li. TAYLOR
Little Theatre 53 Clee Club 43 Typing Club 53 Girl
Chief Marshal 53 Senior Superlative 5, Bliss Needham
Bl'0LlgllIOYlQ French Club 3: Typing Club 53 Girls'
Literary Society 3, 4, Xice President 43 Girl Reserves
23 LATIPAC 4, 53 Science Club 23 Home Room President
53 Citizenship Committee 33 Columbia Scholastic Press
Convention 53 Office Assistant 53 llome Room Catlet
Stuclent Council Alternate 43 Spanish Club 3, 4. Press
Reporter 43 Glee Club l. 2, 53 Girls, Athletic .Xs-
sociation 3, 4, 5, Program Chairman 4, 53 Drill Team
4, 5. Sacred Heart School 1, 23 Girl SCUIIIS l, 2, 4,
Patrol Leader 2, Secretary and Treasurer 4.
BENJAMIN P. TI-:Iuu:I,L, JR.
Member of Social Committee 53 Class Treasurer 13
Junior-Senior Orchestra Committee 43 Latin Club 1, 2,
Program Committee 23 Spanish Club 43 Typing Club
53 LATIPAC 53 Science Club 2, 4, 5, President 53 Hi-Y
4, 53 Boy Scouts 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, Scribe 1, Assistant Patrol
Leader 2, Patrol Leader 3, Eagle 4, 5, Junior Assistant
Scoutmaster 4, 53 Hugh Morson lg Lewis Literary
FRANCES AN YI-1 THURSTON
French ClIIb 3g Typing Club 4. 53 Girls' Literary
Society 33 Girl Reserves 1, 23 Girls, Athletic As-
NIARY LI: I1 TONILI N s0N
Little Theatre 53 Typing Club 43 National Honor
Little Theatre 53 Latin Club 13 Glee Club 4, 53
Girls' Literary Society 43 Girl Reserves 1, 23 Science
Little 'liheatre 3, 43 .lunior Dramatics Club
Club 3, 4, Typing Club 5, Girls' Literary Society 2,
l, 2, French
FRANK R. TLRNER, JR.
Typing Club 5, Candid Camera Club 5.
Little Theatre 5, Orchestra 4, LATIPAC 5, Band 4, 5,
Hi-Hatters 4, Broughton Gas Model Club 5, Vice
President. Tennessee 1, 2, 3.
Little Theatre 5, French Club 3, 4, Glce Club 2, 3,
4, 5, Typing Club 5, Girls' Literary Society 3, LATIPAC
3, 4, Science Club 2, Girls' Literary Association 1, 2,
THE 1941 LATIPAC
New Bern l, 2, 3, Vice President of Class 2. Science
Lluh 4, 5, Chairman of Chemistry Club 4, Junior Foot-
ball l, ,lunior Basketball 1, 2, 4, ,lunior Baseball l.
llrlARTHA Lomsi-1 WALLACE
Junior-Senior 4, Little Theatre 3, 4, 5, Latin Club
1, 2, Girl Reserves 1, Girls, Literary Society 2, 3,
Drill Team 2, 3, Junior Play 4, Audio-Visual Commit-
tee 5, Operetta 3, Golden Masquers 5, Senior Play,
National Honor Society.
JAMES HUGH WARD
Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Boys, Literary Society 5,
Science Club 3, 4, Debating 5, Hi-Y 5, Band 1,
German Club 4, 5, President 5, Vice President 4, Boy
Scouts 1, 2, 3, 4, Eagle 3, Chess Club 5.
Little Theatre 5, Latin Club 1, 2, French Club 3, 4,
Glee Club 5, Girls' Literary Society 4, 5, Girl Re-serves
2, 3, LA'nPAc 3, 4.
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DUNALIJ Mt Not: XVATSON
Junior-Senior 4, Refreshment Committee, Latin Club
2, 3, Boys' Literary Society 4, 5, LATIPAC 4, 5, Science
Club 3, 4, Junior Football 2, 3, Assistant Athletic Di-
rector 3, 4, 5, Ticket Seller.
THELMA LEE WPIATHERS
Latin Club 1, 2, Typing Club l.
FRANCEs LoIiIsE GAY WELLS
Chairman of Social Committee 4, Acting Home Room
Representative 4, Marshal 3, 4, Carnival Court 4, 5,
Maid of llonor 5, Latin Club 1, 2, Spanish Club 3, 4.
Secretary 4, Girl Reserves 3, LATIPAC 3, 4, Hi-Times
3, Science Club 3, Secretary 3, Girls' Athletic Associa-
tion 2, Office Assistant 5, Delegate to S.CQ.C.C. 4, Miss
Needham Broughton in 6'0ld North State", Delegate to
Annual School Meeting in Goldsboro.
F1rAxCEs Hicks TVYATT
Audio-Visual Committee 5, Latin Club 1, 2, French
Club 3, Glee Club 1, 2. 3, 4, 5, Girls' Literary Society
3, Girl Reserves 1, Hi'Tinzvs 4, Editor-in-Chief 2,
Editorial Editor 1, Advertising Manager 2, City
Newspaper Club 5, First Place Dramatic Contest
Raleigh Public Schools l, Operetta 3.
Grounds Committee of Student Council 5, Assistant
Chairman, Little Theatre 4. 5, Stage Manager 4, Candid
Camera Club 4, Science Club 3, Audio-Visual Coma
mittee 4, 5, Stage Manager 4, Radio Plays 4, 5, Musical
Director 4, 5.
Audio-Visual Committee 4, Subcommittee Chairman,
Little Theatre 5, Junior Dramatics Club 1, Glee Club
1, 2, 3, 4, 5, Secretary 4, Radio Club 4, Candid
Camera Club 2, 3, Science Club 2, 3, 4, Football
4, Model Airplane Club
JOHN R. WILHON
Secretary of Class 1, Junior-Senior 3, 4, Little Theatre
5, Latin Club l, 2, Glee Club 1, 2, 4, 5, Art Club 5,
Science Club 2, 3, 4, Hi-Y 5, School Store 2, 3, Foot-
ball 2, 3, 4, 5, Basketball 5, German Club 4, Hi-Y
Conference 5, State Music Contest, Greensboro 1, 2, 4, 5,
Second Place Boys, Unchanged Voice 1, 2, First Place
Dramatic Contest Among Raleigh Schools 1, Book Room
4, 5, Manager 5. '
FRANCES BAGWIAZLL WII,I,IABiS
Carnival Court 5, Cheer Leader 4, 5, Head Cheer
Leader 5, Little Theatre 4, 5, President 5, Latin
Club 1, 2, French Club 3, 4, Secretary 4, Girls'
Literary Society 3, 4, Treasurer 4, Girl Reserves
1, 2, 3, Social Chairman 3, Radio Club 5, LATIPAC
4, 5, Science Club 1, 2, Junior Play 4, 5, Contest
Play 4, 5, Golden Masquers 5.
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BIABLE CI..-kllt Wtotcixs
Latin Club l. 2g French Club 3, Typing Club 3: Girls'
Literary Society 3, 4-g Girl Reserves 1. 2, LA'llI'-XII -1. 5.
lisruiga liugxta hhlll'IEl-'lt-II.D
Burgaw High l. Pemlerlea High 2. Durliani lliglr
3, 4g Frenvh Club 4. 5, Typing Club 5g Girls' .hllllt'lit'
Association 4, 5g Girls' Recitalion 4g Comrnercial Club
4g Girls' Literary Society 3. 4. Vice Presitlent 4g Hi-
Rurkcl 4g National Honor Society.
ta-'A H , , I'iILAlI XVIIITE
' 1 Student Council Representative 5, Grounds Committee
M 5, Social Committee 5, Carnival Court 5, Junior-Senior
4-, Decorations, Committeeg Little Tlieatre 53 French Club
3, 4g Latin Club 1, 2. Treasurer 23 Glee Club 3. 4, 5.
M State Contest 4g Girls' Literary Society 3, 4g Girl Ke-
serves 1. 2. 3, LATIPAC 5g Hi-Times 55 Science Club 3,
f 53 Girls' Athletic Association 25 Swimming 3g Junior
Cheer Leader 3g Head Cheer Leader. Greensboro 4g
' ,FQ Senior Superlative 5, Wit.
J NIARJOIHIC Yituzlxli Warts
Stutlent Council Representative 5g Junior-Senior
Little Theatre 5, Glee Club 3, 53 LA'r11'Ac 4. West
High, Cleveland, Ohio. Glee Club 13 Hook Club 1
Parkersburg High, Parkersburg, W. Va. New York
High, N. Y. City 2. East Orange High. East Orange
N. J. 2.
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SALUTE T0 ALMA MATER
Alma Mater we salute Thee,
Bounteous Giver hear our praiseg
For within Thy walls we've garnered
Gifts enriching all our days.
Opportunity for friendship
Guiflance in our quest for truth,
Faith thru' all our lrrave endeavors
Understanding Love of Youth
These, thy gifts, U Alina Mater
We shall cherish through the days,
Striving still throl high endeavor
Thus to render Thee our praise.
JU IOR CLASS OFFICERSQ' .. ,W
Storey, llarris, Could, Swift, Davis, Utt
This year the Juniors elected as their class oliicers the following students:
President, Mickey Cvouldg Vice President, Jack Swiftg Secretary, Bill Storeyg
Treasurer, Oliver Harrisg and Adviser, Mrs. Mable K. Davis.
In the fall, Mr. Barbee visited our school and took orders for rings. This was
the first concrete evidence that there is to be a class of 194-2.
ln December the juniors sponsored the play, Little Women, under the
direction of Mrs. O. K. Joyner.
Jane Clark Cheshire, Paul Campbell, Tom Broughton, and Jack Swift served
as Junior Marshals throughout the year.
On May 9, 194-1, the biggest social event of the school year-the Junior-Senior!
was held. Harold Thurston and his orchestra played for the dance. The
gymnasium was transformed into a Mexican street and dancing was enjoyed
until twelve o'clock. Nosegays were given to all the girls. Refreshments
were served throughout the evening by girls dressed in Mexican costumes.
A program of Mexican songs and dances was presented. Jacqueline Yelverton,
Alexa Carroll, and Ruth Kost were largely responsible for the success of the
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Anderson, Mary ,lane
Barbour, De Van
Bazemore, Eloise J U N I O R
C L A S S
Bliltfklllklll, Mildred l'
Cheshire, Jane Clark
Durf?r, Betty Whit
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G1-6', tQXek t ank , lVlary Lois
W Q J 3 Fulton, Margaret
kovi Gaddy, Lorena
U Lx 0 li Garrison, Bill
Giles, Elsie May
Goodwin, Hazel J U N I O R
Graham, Peggy C L A S S
Holland. J. C.
Jeffries, La Verne
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Lee, Flora Ann
Lovelace, Mary Katlirine
Moen, Roger N I 0 R
Moore, Jerry C L A S S
Nance, Mary Alice
Ott, Robert Lee
Panton, Mary ,lerman
,V QSM Ramsey, Claucle
M- - JFHE 1941 LATIPA
Temple, Carol J U N I O R
Tippett, Dorothy C L A S S
Vann Lear, Blake
l ' eaver, Donald
l My Vg! White, Evelyn
Q! fir? ' White, Evelyn Ann
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3 M f ' liams, Earle
ji Williams, Helena
My O6 Willis Thomas
Windes, Betty Ruth
TE TH GRADE OFFICERS
Allen, Joslin, Williamson, Stacy, Strother, Kenyon
ln the fall of the year the Sophomore Class elected the following oflicers:
Bill Kenyon, President, "Hinky" Joslin, Vice President, Betty Stacy, Secre-
mryg Jolm Williamson, Treasurerg Jimmy Allen, Sergeant-at-Arms, and Miss
Melissa Strother, Adviser.
Their main social function of the year was a Valentineys Dance. Marguerite
Worth and Hardy Mills were elected "Sweethearts of the Sophomore Class."
Askew, Martha Brown
Batchelor, Gloria Van
Bennett, Elsie May
Burgess, Edith Lee
Broughton, Bettie le in
Cordon, Betsy Lond cmri
Cox, Betsy Ann
Dillon, C. A.
Kutz, Anna Lou
Lancaster, ,lack ,ff-Y
Linzey, Doris cpl-
Maxwell, Betsy Dell
Trentman, Jean Marie
Watson, Anna Katherine
Wilson, Mary Helen
Wetmore, lVlary Badger
N NTH GRADE OFFICERS
Ashby, Bl:-ares. Root, Curnick, '1'erry, Hampton
'ln the early fall the Ninth Craflu ell-Vli-ml the fullowing officersg Pl'l'.Y1-116111.
,lack Ashhyg Vive l'I'l'.YI'll6'IIf, Rolwrl llornickg S!'!'I't'llIl'-V, Bnsiu llamplong
Trvflsllrvr, livlly Tel'ryg SvrgvflnI-111-Arnlx. Sammy Mvursg AII1,'I-SPF, Nlrs. Nanvy
The Ninth Grade sponsored a Barn Dance on March 21, 1941. Tln- hill hilly
rerzmxliiiga that were usa-ml lo furnish thc music in lhc gymnasium that had
helen transfurinvfl to take on lhe 3.1lH0!4pllf'I'C of a huge ham, made the students
and teavlwrs look natural in their exaggerated custuines for the ocvasion.
Frances Jones and Joe Norwood received a pair of hanlam vluivkm-ns as a
prize for living the most app1'op1'iately dressed.
Bishop, Gladys Rae
Bowden, Millie Lou
Burns, Doris ,lean
Cothrane, Anne yoiybzci
Carlton, Nancy ' 1:'1V,JCQ-1, 1'
Carter, Louise , '
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Chandler, Martha Ann
43 Crocker, Bobby
Culbreth, Betty Jean
Noiuffy Dickens, John, Jr.
Goodman, Martha A
Goodwin, W. J.
T' Groseclose, Robert
Hall, A. G.
Jones, Mary Elizabeth
Lee, Rose Marie
Morgan, Anna Joe
Suddreth, Mary Rose
Thompson, Mary L.
Underwood, Mary Ellen
NVellons, Mary Ellen
West, Mary Evelyn
Whitefield, F. Jane
Wyatt, Candace Lee
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Stacy. Lassiter, House. Parker, Skaale-, flaudle
1,l'l'Sill671l, 0. N. LAss1rEn Treasurer, BETTY ANX SKA.-xtt-1
Vice President, JANIEN LEE PARKER Sergeant-nz-flrnzs, Ftrz CAllllI.E
Secretary, RACHEL STACY Adviser, Mu. JOHN HoUsE
During the past year the Eighth Grade sponsored two events. The first
was their dance, held on Dccemher 13, 1940. They entertained themselves hy
playing games, dancing to recordings and holding quiz programs. Refresh-
ments were furnished hy the parents. The second event took place on April 1,
19411. On this night open house was held at the school. This enabled thc
parents to visit the school and see a little of what their boys and girls had
done during thc year. The program was held in the auditorium. The chorus
sang, the girls modeled their clothes in a fashion show, the ,girls danced
and the boys lumhled. Then all adjourned and visited the classrooms to see
sonic of the work that had heen done with subject matter.
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Caudle, Fitz ,M
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Dewoe, Lillian d. jf", nf ce
Dresser, Sara ,lane
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Hamilton, Betty Lou
. Hobbs, Alfred
iw' ' l'lungerfo1'd, Anna
Hunicutt, Sallie Ann
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Klyman, Nell A
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Xlargaret Jordan. Camlyn Kenyon. Ilumllly Pittman. Xlurjuriv Soar.
Sucorzd roup' lluln-rl Schmidt, listlwr Wllitefivlll, Alilfy Im- TIJHlllHrlPl1, lJlll't'I1lLl Fitzgcralml. Nlilflllil Wallacfc'
llf-Isy 1IcMillan, fQ'utllel'ii1e Rogers, fNlil4lrvcl Luyfl.
Tfzirrl row: l":lI,LZf'l1f? Roberts, ,lunws Hllmles, Dan Crm-n, Hub Kulil, llvnry Kill'llI'I1, ,lule l,llH1'lllX, lfnl llmsf-y,
THE NATICNAL HO OR SCCIETY
QUALIFICATIONS: Scholarship, Leadership, Character, Service.
'l7he 7fpmgA We Ea"
The Council in Session
THE STUDE T CGUNCIL
lVl0TTO: Approve Ye the Things Thai Are Excellent
IIIIIISU-f-,IDC Burn. Jacqueline Yelvcrtong Grounds Xt'I'l1t!ll Jeter: I.'lIlt'lIfl!1f' Lydia Xloorcg lfll'l'fl.lIllS""Rlty .Xlleng
Sovfal-Lila Niven, Plzblieity--CatIn-rine Rodgers: Poinls- l.ilJ lieatyg Stamlrzrrlx-'lllnunits Willis, f41l1lio-V1,v1ml .
l,lll'Sl1lZl Fitzgerald, lloh Kohl, IIIIIYIIIIIITIIZ Sporls Carl Sapp, Mildred Lloyd, Cilizensllip7HenI'y Kitchen,
Chapel Pregrant-li. O. Brogden.
ROBERT lVIcMII-LAN, P r e s iz! e n 1:
THOMAS YVILLIS, Vice President, JACKIE
HAWKINS, Secretary, DONALD WEIAVER,
Treasurer, ROY ALLEN, Sergemzbat-
firms, MRS. A. C. HALL, Adviser.
l3roughton's student council has served the
school in numerous ways this year. l.ed hy its
president, Rohr-rt McMillan, the council,
through fits committees, has encouraged intra-
mural sports among the students, sent repre-
sentatives to other schools in order to make
our council more efficient, established u hostess
system in the cafeteria, and rendered many
other services to the school.
The outstanding event of the fall was the
State Student Council Congress, to which we
sent a large delegation, and over which Bob
Kohl, a member of our student hody, presided
The following are the chairnten of the stand-
ing committees of the student council:
The Social Committee
HOME RUUM REPRlCSl'fN'l'.'X'l'lYES: llilzlh
Wvhite. Marjorit' W4-lls. Anne- l,lIll'llt'I'Qt'l'. R. ll. Cuy-
ton. Lois Rislvy. Huck Bunn. llratxton Schell. Oliwr
Harris. .lat-kiv Ye-lu-rton. Kliwlwy Could. iftirolinv
Uoochnan. Burlmura Spf-tivo. Huth Cray. ,lohn William-
son, Miltlrml Sll0Willl't?l', black llt-ste-r. llzivitl oloonvyf
ham, Henry lJll1Blti"I'QfCl', l,1-roy Marlin, lit'l'ZlllllI1t'
Morris, Mary lflixalwtll .lout-s. filutrles Bugg. llvtsy
Bucllanon, Bc-tty Ann Smile. Sitlnvy lxlurtin. Cllurlottt-
W'illiatns. llivk llunarly, Bvtty llc-tts. Betty l.ou
Hamilton. Jam' lie-me l'arkcr.
SOCIAL lfUXlXIlTTllE: Une- ol' the Inost urtiw
groups of tht- 1-ouncil, the soviul 4-onunittee has mlono
much this your. l.ih Niven. vlmirtnan. tlirctxtctl hor
Corrnnittee in the fall in giving: tht- Student Lczttlt-rs
Banquvt anxl tt tea lor the new stuzli-nts. During thu
entire your this group was host to the Visitors to
SCHOOL STORIC: This organization furnishes tht-
stuclents with lli'l't'S5Ei1'y school sttpplit,-s. An zicltlvtl
feature of the storc is the lost zintl founfl tl?Ilkll'l-
ment. The storos rnanagvr is uutontatically Stutlvnt
THE HOl SIC AND CROI NDS iIONlKll'ITl'flfS:
Together tht-sv two committt-cs haw greatly lI11pl'0Xt'tl
the appearance of the School hufltling antl grountls.
The main project of the ltoust- Ulbllllllllllfff llcatlttl lly
Joe Burn and Jacqueline Yelwrton has lnecn to initiate
the hostess systvtn in our rwufetmizi. The grounds
committee with its chairman, M-rnon Jeter. has been
of II1llK'lI vulttc- in its work to iinprow our grountls.
gXlfDlU-X l5llAl. COBlXllTTl'llf: Eclttctation Lllltl
vntertainnwnt these two nortls It'll ht-sl of the work
of the Autlio-Xisual Cominitlw-: t-tlucation in tho
form of tiltns untl rvcortls for clussrooln use. :intl vn-
tertainmonl lrrought hy ten llt'kllllI't' pictures pmsm-tilt-tl
to the stutlvnt' hotly. Thr- ootntnillvv, affiliated with
the D.X'.I. ol tht- lN.lt.A.. HlllilIH4'll ncw iclvas for
its work luy svmling a Cllblfagiilltbll to at national visual
instruction conf:-fence-. In atlmlition to Financing its
usual avtixitif-s. the Cllll1IlliiN'f' lDllI'ClldSL'Ll st-w-ml
pieces of t'lllIljtlllt'Ill for tht- pr-rmatnt-nt possession ol'
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The Queen of thc flaruival
H. Moore, P. Wells, L. Moore, .l. Rhodes
OFFICERS: PARENT-TEACHER ASSOCIATION 1040-4I+Presi1Icrzt,
Mrs. R. J. Pearse: Vice Presiflent, Mrs. B. L. McMillan: Recording
Secretary, Mrs. YV. T. Martin, Corresponding Secretary, Mrs. A. D. Soar:
Treasurer, Miss Oma Bliss Lewis, Historian, Mrs. Ivan D. Jonc,
Plll'HlII7'l6I1.fl1fi!III, Mr. Paul A. Reid: Auditor, Mr. A. T. Carroll.
ROOM REPRESENTATIVES-Eigluh Grade: Mrs. W. Z. Betts,
Mrs. J. C. Baskerville, Mrs. D. B. Anderson, Mrs. A. B. Chandler, Mrs.
Rufus llunter, Mrs. Lelioy Martin, Mrs. B. F. 3Tf'ClEJ.Illl'Hl'lC. Mrs. Ceo.
Pickett, Mrs. R. E. Paschal, Mrs. l.. Noneman, Mrs. R. O. Sell,
Mrs. J. E. Stone, Mrs. Il. M. Wllite.
Ninth Grade: Mrs. J. R. Chambers, Mrs. W. H. Jones, Mrs. R. V.
Coodman, Mrs. F. H. Jones, Mrs. J. V. Dickens. Mrs. Marshall Thomp-
son, Mrs. C. D. Grinnells, Mrs. J. Y. Hornlauckle, Mrs. L. E. Canady.
Mrs. VV. J. Spain, Mrs. ll. M. Neal, Mrs. J. S. Mcares, Mrs. D. ll.
Tenth Cradc: Mrs. H. ll. Reynolds, Mrs. ll. P. Yclverton, Mrs. ll. A.
Fisher, Mrs. J. V. Batcherlor, lNIrs. B. C. Allen, Mrs. lil. A. Penicli.
Mrs. A. C. Campbell, Mrs. C. L. NVilliamson, Mrs. Evert-It Briggs, Mrs.
B. R. Cole, Mrs. ll. F. Powers. Mrs. C. lf. Turnbull, Mrs. F. W. Eatman.
Eleventh Grade: Mrs. Claude F. Caddy, Mrs. Nance F. Swift, Mrs.
J. B. Cheshire, Mrs. XV. R. Vllindes, Mrs. lf. JH. Hosteller, Mrs. F. L.
Cloyd, Mrs. Blake Van Leer, Mrs. .l. W. Bunn, Mrs. H. W. Brown,
Mrs. H. J. Perry.
Twelfth Grade: Mrs. Il. P. Williams, Mrs. T. S. Johnson, Mrs. J. ll.
Ward, Mrs. W. H. Enloe, Mrs. W. P. Lawrence, Mrs. J. A. Clark, Mrs.
li. P. Terrell, Mrs. John E. Beaman.
Objects of P.-T.A.: 4'Thc olmjects of this association shall he: To
promote the welfare of children and youth in home, school, church, and
community: to raise the standards of home life: to secure adequate
laws for the care and protection of children and youth.
"To hringl into closer relation the homc and the school that the parents
and the leachcrs may cooperate intelligently in tl1e training of the child
and to develop between educators and the general public such united
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efforts as will secure for every child the highest advantages in physical, mental, social, and spiritual education."
Theme of the Programs for the Year: "Secondary Education in a Changing World."
Activities: During the year 1940-4-1 the Needham Broughton P.-T.A. has sponsored the annual Broughton Carni-
valg given more than 32,000 in student welfare work lincluding the allocation from the National Youth Administrationl g
provided Christmas baskets and clothing for eighteen Opportunity Families, valued at 35708.16 thy special donation
from home rooms at Christmasl g furnished the living room at the Devereaux Club Houseg established the Broughton-
Devereaux Parent Education Clubg replenished the linens in the school health room, adding an electric healing
padg aided in getting medical assistance for needy youthg given a membership to the Junior Literary Guild of
America to the school libraryg organized a Bicycle Club to teach safe riding practices, as well as promoted other
safety measuresg secured a promise for a stop-light at the intersection of Peace and St. Mary's streetsg landscaped
the inner court of the building and continued the development of the S54-,000 WPA grounds beautification programg
recurtained the four executive olhces, printed yearbooksg given a Founders' Day gift and one to the Katherine Mavity
Martin Memorial Fundg aided in securing educational legislationg acted as one of numerous patrons for the lnstitutte
of Religiong cooperated with the Mental Hygiene Course taught by Dr. James Watsong received state recognition for
work in Audio-Visual Education and Parent Educationg given radio series over local stations with state hook-upg
called or sent cards to patrons notifying them of all P.-T.A. meetingsg checked attendance at all meetings and given
prizes for rooms with winning attendanceg prepared and met the lmudgetg used the Parent-Teacher Magazine in study
groupsg had fine publicity from the Raleigh News and Observer, and the Raleigh Timesg cooperation from the radio
stations WPTF and WRALg members in the Mothersinger Chorusg given six gold keys to students in debate, ora-
tory, and extemporaneous speakingg entertained Parents from Hugh Morson High School P.-T.A.g home room
representatives cooperating with association and faculty at all times, purchased the hve books recommended by the
state chairman for the Social Hygiene workg extended monthly courtesies to the teachersg won a blue ribbon at
the annual State Congress for its Scrapbookg received the state award given associations who meet the Standard
Requirementsg cooperated in national membership campaigng enjoyed the programs given by the school departments
tmore than 400 participated in the Christmas pageantg the sectional prize-winning play in the Dramatics Contest
"New School for Wives"J.
Cooperated with social welfare agencies: The P.-T.A. was represented at all Raleigh City Council Meetings, the Dis-
trict Zone Meeting at Henderson, the State Congress at Asheville, and at such special invitation meetings as the State
Follow-Up Meetings of the White House Conference, The Regional Conference of the Educational Policies Coni-
mission of Washington, D. C., Vocational guidance, Family Welfare Service.
Social activities of the year were sponsored by the hospitality committee, committee chairman, and executives of
the boardg reception to the faculty in the fall, reception to the new officers and the senior class parents in the spring,
tea to room representatives, library tea, Fine Arts tea, luncheon for the executive board, annual dinner complimenting
the faculty and administrative staff.
Speakers: Dean Carson Ryan of Chapel Hill, Dean R. B. House of Chapel Hill, Dr. R. S. Crispell of Duke
University, Mr. John A. Park, Dr. J. Henry Highsmith, Dean Blake R. Van Leer, Mr. T. Carl Brown, Mr. Marion
Justice, Mrs. John W. Goodman, Mr. Claude F. Gaddy, and Mr. Paul A. Reid.
Ministers: Rev. H. M. McLamb, Rev. Newton J. Robinson, Rev. C. Lee Sheppard, Rev. James H. Overton, Jr.,
Rev. G. Norman Price, and Dr. John C. Glenn. High School Departments contributing to the programs: French,
Spanish, Latin, German, Music, Dramatics, Home Economics.
Attendance, Mrs. W. C. Fitzgerald, Mrs. C. ll. Andrewsg Budget, Mrs. John P. Swaing Bulletin and Yearbook,
Mrs. W. L. Nonemang Finance, Mrs. R. E. Fuller, Mrs. Barrett D. Wilsong Fine' Arts, Mrs. Broadus Wilsong Founders'
Day, Mrs. T. S. Johnsong Grounds, Mrs. R. B. Reevesg Health, Mrs. R. L. Garrison, Hospitality, Mrs. W. L. Spencer,
Mrs. J. M. Broughtong House, Mrs. R. M. Rothgeh, Mrs. l. 0. Schaubg Juvenile Protection, Mrs. Eugene W. Wade,
Dean E. L. Cloydg Legislation, Mrs. N. L. Walker, Library, Mrs. Clyde A. Erwing Membership, Mrs. C. F. George,
Mrs. T. L. Youngg Mental Hygiene, Dr. Bessie E. Lane, Consultantg Movie and Visual Education, Mrs. Ellen R.
Glenng Music, Mrs. J. F. Bryantg Parent Education, Mrs. Carlyle Campbell, Publications, Mrs. J. Benton Stacy,
Publicity, Mrs. R. O. Moen, Mrs. W. W. Jonesg Publicity Book, Mrs. W. L. Mayerg Radio, Mrs. D. S. Coltraneg Room
Representatives, Mrs. George H. Adams, Mrs. A. P. Loveg Safety, Mrs. Merle F. Showalterg Social Hygiene, Mrs. John
W. Goodmang Student Aid, Mrs. John W. Glenng Teacher Courtesy, Mrs. Thomas W. Ruffin, Teacher Dinner, Mrs.
Jule B. Warreng Telephone, Mrs. Thomas Moss, Mrs. Lawrence E. Blanchard.
The Band in front of Broughton High School
THE RALEIGH HIGH SCHOOL BAND
There is a shouting of voices along the street and then all is quiet except for the
snappy beat of the rhythmic drums as the Raleigh High School band dressed in purple
coats and tan trousers and skirts march by. Mr. Curtis Craver, in the absence of Mr.
Millard Burt, conducted the Raleigh High Band through another successful year winning
State Honors in marching and in concert playing at the State Music Contest in Greens-
boro. The band accepted many invitations to play at college football games and to
march in various towns throughout the year. We are proud of our band and its con-
Members: NEEDHAM BROUGHTON-Jule Phoenix Eugene Roberts, Jesse Wedding,
Don Ethridge, Earl Williams, Charles Saunders, Baxter Sapp, Closson Allen, Jackie
Vann, Jeanette Simpson, Rufus Allen, John Swain, Paul Ethridge, Oscar Hay, Thomas
James, Emma Gupton, Bobby Montgomery, Beverly Caudle, Margaret Fulton, Herbert
Peebles, Warren Smith, Joe Taylor, Curtis Fitzgerald, Ray Fuller, Charles Eisenberger,
Buck Ward, Charles Ballance, Eugene Wade, Lamar Roberts, Laird Holder, Barbara
Thomas, and Bob Murphy.
Members: HUGH MORs0NfDonald Knight, F. M. Mann, Josh Slaughter, Edwin
Woodell, Harold Burt, Carl Mims, William Teagan, Stacy Holland, Betsy Vaden,
Charles Smith, Fully Davis, Talmage Spence, Virginia Whitaker, Billy Hamilton, Ruth
Rhodes, William Murray, Ernest Myatt, Charles Grady, Douglas Holland, Bob Sawyer,
Billy Neal, Guss Davis, Evelyn Williams, Richard Richardson, Louis Wilkerson, Charles
Williams, Jimmy Hall, Billy O'Neal and J. T. Keesee.
Wake Forest Forensic Tournament sponsored by Wake Forest College. QUERY: Re-
solved, That every able-bodied man in U. S. should be given one year of military training
before he becomes twenty-three.
AFFIRMATIVE: Frances Erwin and E. 0. Brogden, Jr.
NEGATIVE! Gordon Howell and Charles Hostetler. Ben Dixon, alternate.
FOREN SIC ACTIVITIES
On April 24, 25, and 26 Wake Forest College sponsored its third annual High School Speech and
Debates Tournament. Twenty-eight high schools having a nine-month year participated in this tourna-
ment. Broughton sent its affirmative and negative teams. In the preliminaries, our negative team beat
Kannapolis, Reidsville, and Durham. They lost one debate to Fayetteville. Our affirmative team de-
feated Asheville, Lenoir, Greenville, and Cray High School of Winston-Salem. Since both teams were
entitled to participate in the semifinals, they were forced to draw in order to decide which should
enter. The affirmative won the draw and defeated the Fayetteville negative. Again, both teams were
qualified for entrance into the finals. The result of the draw privileged our affirmative to debate
Greensboro over Radio Station WPTF. Our team lost the decision.
Robert Schmidt represented Broughton in the oratory contest. He advanced to the finals before
he was defeated. Robert Johns took part in the extempore speaking contest.
Miss Helen Runnion, sponsor and coach for the debating team, through her untiring work and
splendid guidance, has had three successive teams to reach the finals.
Firsl row: Martha Wlallace, Lorraine Glenn, Betsy Wz11'ren, Margaret Bagley, Emma
Gupton, Betsy Atkins, Carolyn Kenyon, Evelyn Anne White, Margaret Jordan, Mildred
Showalter, Ellen Lyndon, Hilah White, Marjorie Wells, Joeann Bostiek, Margaret Bieh-
ardson, Gerry Morris, Martha Peatross, Jackie Yelverton, Laura Massey, Leah Moore
Second row: Frances Wy'illt, Durema Fitzgerald, Betsy McMillan, Sybil Brooks, Ann
Cloyd, Lorena Gaddy, Jane Morris, Gladys Chambers, Janet Groseclose, Mildred Lloyd.
Third row: Dorothy Beddingiield, Barbara Pearce, Virginia Campbell, Jean Clark,
Cornelia Walker, Dorothy Peoples, Margaret Johnson, Patty Boy, Gloria Temple,
Hannahlyn Biddle. Mary Ann McLeod, Bose Marie Lee, Sherlyn Marshhurn, Mary Ellen
Underwood, Peggy Sapp.
Fourth row: Torn Broughton, Bob Kohl, Maurice Griffin, LaVern Jeffries, Billy
Simpson, DeVan Barbour, Dick Woodwalrd, Lyndon Mayer, Billy Allen, Joe Harrington,
Andrew Goodwin, Bobby Geile, John Sykes, John Dickens.
First row: Nell Hunter, Gertrude Vlfayne, Mary Vtfillis Bain, Sara Jordan, l,ois
Mitchell, Joyce Jones, Nancy Hunter, Caroline Goodman, Frances Helms, Ellen Horn-
buckle, Rachel Peatross, Marguerite George, Esther Stathacos, Marie Striekler, Florence
Parker, Peggy Davis, Hilrnan Thomas, Mary Cornick, Doris Grinnells, Ethel Jones.
Second FOIL? Candanee Lee Wlyatt, Betty ,lean Culbreth, Nellie Jeffries, Iris Phillips,
Cornelia Mims, ,lean Hodgens, Cornelia Walke1', Doris Harris, Anne Brown, Martha
Bryant Clark, Isabel Rowland.
Third row: Grace Younger, Dorothy Gay White, Marjorie Underwood, Eloise Thomas,
Doris Howell, Margaret Allred, Mary Sue Middleton, Doris Linzey, ,lean Rhodes, Josephine
Norwood, Lucie Richardson, Miriam Powell, Olivia Harmon, Katherine Davis, Carolyn
Fourth row: Robert Johns, Robert Kuettner, Bobby Ott, Frank Goodwin, Eddie
Mangum, Ernest Page, Hubert Holding, Charles Hicks, Alton Hathcock, ,lames Leveridge,
Theodore Kellogg, Ray Hodge, LeRoy Martin.
E"-if 'F' t,
First mir: Claude Ramsey. Ben 'xI'IIlSII'ltItgI. .lack Spain. Carl Sapp. Courtney lfgertmt, Charles
Blanchard. Lester Chaltners.
Secoml rmr: Ben 'l'v1't'ell, William Basins. .litntny Wartl. Jim J1ll1l1S1tIl.,lltllI1 litttlw-Il, ljraxttvn St-ht-Il.
Dan Green, Billy Didenltnver.
Third l'0Il'.' Oliver Harris. Wiillartl Mitlgellt-. ,laek Nllvn. Gtmlmt llt-well. Ralph Nltmrt-, Xliekt-y
Could, Tum Wlinstftn. Walter Stuart. Billy Shan.
Faurlh, rout: Paul tiamphell, Bill Hailey, l,ee I'It,md. Nivlx ll21l'Q1'1tYf'. 'liltutnas Willis. Ruin-rt Nlvxlillan,
.lflvli Swift. Bill Spurlin. .latnes Rlmtlt-S. Nlr. Nlvllratvken.
l,illlIlI0f!IfHlYlII11U11.' .litntny Fulglttttn. Blake Nan Leer. ,lultn Wil-mt.
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THE HIY-f 't -e f
OFFICERS: CARI. SAPV. l,I'l'Sli!ll'lIfQ Juju SPAIN. lim' PfH.Yl'll1'lllI
Coturwzx Ecmrox, Secretary: l.lttARt.i3s I3I.ucHARlw. 7'1w1.m1-wg lim
Antusrnotw, Sergeant-ntrarntsg Mit. .losigmt McCttAcKi:N, fttlviser.
The purpose of the Hi'Y is to vreate, maintain, anfl extend lllfttllgllltllll
the selltml and cunununity the high stantlartls uf Christian elturattter.
The Hi-Y was compusetl of seleete-tl Juniors and Seniors who try to live
up to these principles.
Since the club was sponsors-tl hy the Y.Nl.C..-X.. the Ili-Y heltl its
meetings there on Tltursday nights. Often during the meetings, nut-
standing men came to talk to tht: lli-Y metnhers on interesting subjects.
The buys vwent with Mr. Xlefiraeken to Cltarlutte for the State-witlv
Hi-Y Conference in the fall.
In the winter, the Hi-Y sponsuretl a few of the informal dances he-ltl
in the cafeteria each month. Later in the spring the Hi-Y heltl its
annual tlanee for which Ted Ross played. This was ont- nl' the must
outstanding social events of the year.
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THE JUNICR HI-Y
OFFICERS: I-inxKY JUSLIN, Pmsizlvzzlg ,lonw W1i.I.iM'Is0N, Vice Prvsiflenlg JACK 4XsHin', S!'f'I'r?lflI'j'
.llclmv H1I,Kl'Ili, TI'l'!ISllI'l'I'g CIIHIYXNI SIWIYSICIK, Sl'fgf'IIIlf-III-!1l'l7ISQ MR. .ll S'l'ICl'I. Adviser.
ROLL: llinlxf-y Joslirl. .lurry llillwr, .lack Aslilxy. .lulin Wlilliainson. Cfilllillll Spenser. Nlullil Fuller
,lavkie Hawkins. Calvin xlilt'llPHl'I'. Frank Anderson, l.uwrenc:e Parka-r. llc-urge Basun. .luinu-s lluslvr
Floyll Drew, Iiusie- llzunpton, ,lolln llulmling. Turn Xlnurv. Frccl Scfnlvr. lJunz1l1l While, Billy While: flllHI'lf'S
W ilfong, Xlurlml Pill-I1
llnracc Brzullvy, Dirk Barrms. Frank Turnvr, Celia linrlmgelw, 3l21I'QLi1I't'I Fulton. XxlE:llAI4t'I1 lilunks. Clllill
Pegram, Bull Emanuel. J. B. Kimlnl. Nlurlliu A. Cumlnlan. Ira Svhaulm. ,lurk llliamlverlain, ffharlvs jones,
William Covinglun, Doris Jones, Sunnny Mears, .lou Nnrxwml, Milf-s Hairl, llffnry Kitvllvn. .luv Barns,
XVPSIUI1 Parker, ll. K. Wlitlierspuun, llilly Kelly, Donzilfl Wvavvr, Willz1i'1l Ylillgcttc, Vlfilliuni flrucker,
llervert Fislivr, Carson Yalvs. fllzly Walla, Szuninic Lung, Syrlnur Stvulcy. joe Taylor. xxltlflll While,
Baxtor Sapp. Nr. l'lUll5t', Adviser.
LATIN CLUB A
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LATIN CLUB B
LATIN CLUB C
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C. A. DILLUN
The Latin Club is the largest club in the school. Its 120 members are divided into three groups, A,
B, and C, advised by Miss Strother and Mrs. Fletcher.
The purpose of this club is to learn more of Roman beliefs and customs in an interesting manner.
This year the Latin Club has secured interesting as well as educational books and club material dealing
with the Romans.
LATIN CLUB-A: Closson Allen, Juanita Anderson, Bobby Broughton, Al Burden, Edith Burgess,
Lib Campbell, Anne Carter, Marjorie Cole, Betsy Cordon, Bobby Geile, Marguerite George, Sibyl Goerch,
Thomas Goldston, Caroline Goodman, Ruth Gray, Jane Hart, Ramon Ivey, Ralph Knight, Henry Line-
berger, Doris Lloyd, Anne Love, Barbara Mahler, Leroy Martin, Betsy Maxwell, Martha Meares, Virginia
Moss, Allan Newcomb, Ernest Page, Barbara Pearse, Charles Penick, Morton Pizer, Jack Poole, Kath-
erine Powers, Lucie Richardson, Jeannette Simpson, Lee Smith, Betty Stacy, Virginia Stager, Dorothy
Swain, Hilman Thomas, Mary Helen Wilson, Marguerite Worth, Betsy Yelverton, Louise Worseley,
Armistead Love, Nancy Self.
LATIN CLUB-B: George Adams, Martha Askew, Charles Ballance, Barbara Brockwell, Betty Brown,
Virginia Campbell, K. R. Cotton, John Crabtree, Lizette Crocker, Edith Deyton, Margaret Edwards, Betsy
Emory, Emily Ferguson, Geraldine Hamilton, Betty Harris, Jane Geter, Rebecca Johnson, Mary Eliza-
beth Jones, William Jones, Bill Kenyon, Josephine King, Katherine Klyman, Ruth Kutschinski, Betty
Lundy, Doris McHale, Dan Martin, Jimmie Morgan, Margaret Morley, Vivian Napowsa, Jean Perry,
Jean Norwood, Raymond Perry, Doris Procter, Dorothy Ruffin, Dorothy Reynolds, Dick Salter, Dorothy
Singleton, Peggy Smith, Mary Rose Suddreth, Coralie Thomas, Gertrude Wayne, Barbara Wienges, Carl
Yelverton, Grace Younger.
LATIN CLUB-C: Jill Allen, Arthur Aronson, Wilmer Betts, Anne Brown, Tom Broughton, Thomasene
Cates, Nancy Carlton, Ann Cothran, Martha Bryant Clark, C. A. Dillon, Gilmore Enloe, Mary Lois
Franks, Doris Grinnells, Doris Harris, Martha Hamrick, Jean Hodgins, Ellen Hornbuckle, Ella Hutchins,
Mary Elizabeth Jobe, La Verne Johnston, Theodore Kellogg, Robert Kuettner, Flora Ann Lee, Grant
Moen, Bobby Nance, Claire Nance, Nancy Peery, Charles Pearch, Floye Smith, Florine Thorn, Alex
Veazly, Mary Ellen Wellans, Gene Wilkins, Robert Wilson, Geraldine Winfree, Bobby Wooten.
President ....... .... L ESTEII CIIALMERS Secretary--- ..... 'CHARLIE LAMBERT
Vice President ..... ---MICKEY COULD Treasurer ---- ----- J IMMY ALLEN
Sergeant-at-Arms .------- EVELYN WHITE Adviser ---------- ------ M R. STARNI-gs
Alta Barnes, Kyle Bowie, Jack Coble, Frank Cline, Peggy Graham, Maurice Griiiin, Mickey Gould,
Betty Hicks, Billy Kohn, Charlie Lambert, Austin Lemon, Al Mclver, Jerry Moore, Robert Murphy,
Doris Smith, Warren Smith, Lester Chalmers, Joyce Allen, John Armstrong, Eloise Bazemore, Dorothy
Bruton, Hannah Davis, Gilbert Fisher, Margaret Fulton, Annabel Gill, Nellie Jeffries, Calvin Mitchiner,
Mary Pearce, Billy Simpson, Mary Stevenson, Fred Taylor, Carol Temple, Jeanne Trentman, H. K.
Witherspoon, Herman Wheeler, Earle Williams, Evelyn White, James Allen, Jimmie Allen, Mary Jane
Anderson, David Armstrong, Bill Bell, Joanne Bostic, Juanita Cates, Mary Alice Cfbarlton, Patty Cox,
Dorothy Crowder, George Dawkins, Elizabeth Ellington, Ruth Enloe, Lorena Caddy, Stanley Hassinger,
Robert Kennedy, Bill Kuhn, James McLachlan, Martha Peatross, Chan Pegram, Shirley Smiley, Barbara
Spence, Bill Storey, Bill Thompson, Julia Webb, Ralph Moore, Hilbert Fisher.
LA TERTULIA ESPANOLA
'Ta Tertulia Espanola" was made up of students that were interested in learning
something more of the life, customs, and habits of the Spanish speaking people the world
over. Natives and travelers talked to the club. Games, songs, and S'The Man on the Streetw
programs were held.
At Christmas time the Spanish Club also took part iI1 the Christmas program given in
assembly and before the Parent-Teachers' Association.
LE CERCLE FRANCAIS
President ..,........ - ---RUBY ALLEN Treasurer --------- ---- B omsr LEE OTT
Vice President ------------.- JANE BELL Program Chai1'nz.an ----- AGATIIA CHIPLEY
Secretary ---------.-- CHARLES Nonwoon Adviser -------.------------ MRS. HALL
Le Cercle Francais was made up of fifty-four students that met once every two weeks to study the
social life, the customs and habits of the French people. ln order to obtain experience in using conver-
sational French, games were played, songs were sung, and "Man on the Street" programs were con-
ducted. Papers were prepared on important figures in French history.
As a part of the Christmas program at the school, Le Cercle Francais, presented a pageant showing
some of the French customs at the Yuletide Season. This pageant was also given at a meeting of thc
On May 14, 1941 a picnic was held for members of the club.
ROLL: Ruby Allen, Patricia Allen, Roy Allen, Jill Allen, Billy Allen, Catherine Austell. ,lane Beaman.
Frances Bland, Nlary Wilmmntli Barber, Mildred Blackman, ,lane Bell, John Boykin. Emily Cheshire, Jane
Clark Cheshire, Ann Cloyd, Agatha Chipley, J. T. Cox, Betty Whit Durfey, Edna Ellen, Katherine Emory,
Elsie May Cyles, Dora ,lane Garrett, Charles Gardner, Robert Hairston, Carmen Harris, Nell llarris, Jean
Harrell, Sara Jordan, Albert Johnson, Tom Kirby, Mary Kathryn Lovelace, Florine Leclford, Bill Law-
:-rence, ,lack McCrary, Miriam MacDonald, Shirley Myatt, Penn Marshall, Charles Norwood, Patsy
Overstreet. Bohhy Lee Ott, Robert Pearce, Bill Patton. Claude Ramsey, Jack Spain, Betty Sutton. Helena
Williams, Evelyn Ann White, Tom Winston, Esther Whiiefield, Henry Wheeler, Margaret Wilson. Cora
Lynn Young, Jackie Yelverton.
Front row: Miriam McDonald, Cora Lynn Young, Celia Rothgeb, Virginia Atkins, Dorothy Tippett,
Hazel Goodwin, Helen Hall and Mrs. Hall.
Second row: Thomas Hart, Richard Southern, Roger Moen, David Ratcliffe, Jack Allen, Oscar Hay,
and Jimmie Ward.
Third row: Paul Moore, Williarrr King, Thomas Willis, Gordon Howell, E. 0. Brogdcn, lien Dickson,
and John Swain.
DER DEUTSCHER VEREI
President ...... ...... J IMMY WARD Secretary ..... .... C ELIA ROTHGEB
Vice President--- ------- E. 0. BROGDEN Treasurer --------- ---- C ,SCAR HAY
Adviser --.----------------- Mus. HALL
Der Deutscher Verein supplemented the class work by giving an opportunity for
further use of conversational German. This year programs have included talks about
famous men of Germany, their customs, their dances, and their songs. Of particular
interest Was the program NOberammergau.,7 The club portrayed some of the German
customs in a Christmas program before the student body and the Parent Teacher
A Christmas party was held before the Christmas holidays. In the spring a dance
and picnic rounded out the social activities ofthe year.
GIRLS' LITERARY SOCIETY
Joyce Allen, Dorothy Beddingfield, Margaret Brockwell, Alta Barnes, Jane Kestler Bell, Frances
Bland, Eloise Bazemore, Alexa Carroll, Agatha Chipley, Mary Cornick, Juanita Cates, Betty Wltit
Durfey, Katherine Emory, Betty Hicks, Ruth Kost, Mildred Lanier, Cornelia Mims, Jerry Moore, Ruth
Martin, Shirley Myatt, Claire Nance, Mary Pierce, Helena Williams, Evelyn White, Doris Smith,
Betty Stevick. '
Mary Jane Anderson, Catherine Austell, Marjorie Avent, Jane Beaman, Catherine Bray, Margaret
Caldwell, Mary Alice Charlion, Jane Clark Cheshire, Jean Clark, Dot Clifton, Mitzie Covington, Patty
Cox, Dorothy Dizor, Daphne Dunn, Ruth Enloe, Rosalie Fallon, Ann Foxworth, Carolyn Kenyon, Florine
I.:-dford, Miriam McDonald, Nell Mason, Mary Alice Nance, Pat Overstreet, Catherine Rodgers, Marjorie
Soar, Betty Stonelmanks, Carol Temple, Dorothy Tippeit, Betty Ruth W'indes, Cora Lynn Younff.
The Girls, Literary Society, or the Exerion Society was divided into two sections and
was made up of girls from the Junior and Senior class. The group n1et once every two
weeks and had programs consisting of reviews of current hooks, short plays, lectures and
JOSEPI-IUS DANIELS' LITERARY SOCIETY
,lack Allen. Uifvan Barbour. Cll21I4ll'S Blancllurcl. E. U. llrogflen, Tom liI'lPlIQlllUI1, Paul Cznnplu-ll,
Lester Cllalmm-rs, lffclward Dorsey, llmirtnoy Egerton, R. ll. Uuytun, Dan Cr:-cn. Nick llargrove. Ulivvr
Harris, Oscar llay, Lee Hood, lfllgvlte llurfl, Charles lluslc-tlcr. Conlon llnwt-II. ,lilllllly Johnsnn. Billy
Kelly, Rulmcrl Nlclllillan. Willa1'Ll Mitlgr-llv. Ralph Xloure. Clulnlt- Ramsay, ,lann-s Higgs. Braxton St-In-Il.
Walter Stuart, Forrest Sllllfflfll. lilalw Nun Leer. Dnnalml Wulsmi. Tom Winston. H, K, Witln-rspnun.
limmy Ward. 'l'lmmas Willis. ,lack Spain. Nllss R15 Nxlnx. fIlll'I.Yl'l'.
JUNIOR BOYS' LITERARY SOCIETY
Dan Martin. Ur-H1416 Adams, Sannnit' Nleares. ,ine Nmwsnml. Hubert Curnirlx. Cm-urge Eason. Crulialn
Spencer, Billy Siinpsun. Wvortlt Xxltilv. Halpll Parks. llnruvn- 'l'aylur. Paul Nlmmrc. Fretl Sentcr. llulu'
Morgan, Ruins Alle-n. Bo Ns-wcnmlw. Bobby Emanuel. Frank Anflf-rsnn. lllss SHAW. flflzfiser.
THE GIRL RESERVES CLUB
OFFICERS AND ADVISERS
President .............. ELLEN MORIJECAI Mrss OMA Buss LEWIS
Vice President L........, HAzEL GOODWIN , MISS MARY OLIVER ELLINGTON
Secretary ..... .... J EAN Norawoou AdmSe"5'-- MRs. PAUI. A. REID
Treasurer .... ..... J EAN MORRIS 'MRS. MARY SUE FONVILLE
The theme of' the Girl Reserves Club for this year has been Relationships. At the regu-
lar club meetings stimulating programs dealing with the relations of boys and girls, of Girl
Reserves to their church, a girl's relations to other girls and a girl's attitude toward her
health have been included. Worship services have been presented both in and out of the
school by the club. The week preceding Easter, the club presented Holy Week services
each morning at the school. OIIe of the most successful parties of the year was the tea
given for the teachers. Favors were appropriate drawings and rhymes from uCheerful
Cherub? Other social activities have included a tea for new members, a kid party, a
Mother-Daughter banquet, and several Week-ends at camp. Both in the fall and spring
very impressive recognition services were given. ln celebration of its sixtieth birthday
the club presented a radio skit.
ROLL: Cora Askew, Virginia Atkins, Lucille Atkinson, Mary Wilmoth Barber, Catherine Bray, Betty
Cannady, ,lean Clark, Anne Cloyd, Laura Cole, Lorene Colcy, Betty Ann Cox, Virginia Crews, Jerry
Dawkins, Elizabeth Desern, Elizabeth Ellington, Frances Erwin, Durema Fitzgerald, Margaret Fulton,
Dora ,lane Garrett, ,lulia Geiger, Lorraine Glenn, Sibyl Goerch, Hazel Goodwin, Janet Groseclose, Elsie
Mae Gyles, Helen Hall, Peggy Hamrick, Olivia Harmon, Nell Harris, Anne Hendrix, Gladys Holliday,
Sara Marie Holt, Nellie Jefferies, La Verne Johnston, Lounelle Jordan, Margaret jordan, Sara Jordan,
Carolyn Kenyon, Anna Lou Kutz, Rose Lawrence, Alice Liles, Mary Catherine Lovelace, Betty Lundy,
Sue McAfee, Betsy McMillan, Ellen Mordecai, ,lean Morris, Frances Mowery, jean Norwood, Marjorie
Parker, Elsie Pearce, Mary Louise Peebles, Celia Rothgeh, Dorothy Singleton, Marjorie Soar, Doris
Southard, Betty Sutton, Gladys Taylor, Dorothy Tippett, Marjorie Underwood, Mary Ellen Underwood,
Dorothy Varner, Mary Ellen Wellons.
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THE LITTLE THEATRE
Williarns, Strickland, Soar, Pittman, Moore
FRANCES WILLIAMS--- .--- President
LUCILL1-: SMITH-U ---Vice Presidenr
DOROTHY PITTMAN--- ---- Secremry
PAUL STR1cKLAND--- ---Treasurer
MARJORIE SOAR ---- ----
JLIl.t-J PHOENIX--- ---Presidenl
H015 KOHL-,, ---Sf?CI'6lLll"y'
Left to riglzl, Hrs! mtv: ljorotliy Pittman,
llueliel Peatross. l"runr-e-s W'illiants, Paul
Strickland, Marjorie Avent, Mrs. Joyner.
Swronrl row: l.il1 Niven, Jule Phoenix,
Martha Wallave, Rolf Kohl. Charles Wriglit.
On December 6. 1940 the Little Theatre presented Little Women under the sponsor-
ship of the Junior Class.
The New School of Wives, after Winning Hrst place over Wilsmvri. llocky Mount, and
Henderson in the district contest here was entitled to he entered in the state Contest ut
Chapel Hill. There, it won second place.
The Senior members of the Little Theatre did IIll.1Cll to help with the production of
the senior play, Death Takes a Holiday.
Golden Masquers, an honor society open only to those students who have done out-
standing work in different phases of play production, is a very prominent part of the
NINTI-I GRADE DRAMATICS CLUB
George Adams, Mary Willis Bain, Barbara Brotzkwell, Betty Brown, Martha Bryant Clark, John
Crulttree, Lizette ilrocker, Secretary, Betty .lean Cullmrcth. Edith Deylon, A. C. llull, Lillian llult.
Doris Howell, R4-lwcuti Johnson, ,lean Lane, .larnvs l.4-veretlgc. Hue McAfee, Mary Ann Nleheoil,
Xlz1l'g1a1'et Morley, Susanne Park, Gerultline Morris, Nliriunt Powell, lliillllillllyll Riclrlle-, ,Nlury Rose Surl-
tlrvtll. Anne Smart TI'f?IISllI'6fQ Betty 'l'erl'y. Vive 1'lI't'Sl't1l'I7fQ Alex Neuzvy. ,lease XVFllllll1gL. Xlairy Evelyn
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l'rvx1'r1w1lg Bill Ward. Jimmy Hom-ll. Ellen Senay, Rag llotlgc. Mrs, Starni-F. Arlz'is0r.
NINTH GRADE DRAMATICS CLUB
Elizabeth Be-ll. Belly Bolllblll, Milly Lou Bomli-n. .Xnne Brown. Yirginia Camlilwll. Nancy Carlton.
Louise Carter.,Cla1lys Clrambers, Anne Cothran. Phyllis Cooper, Peggy llaxis. Doris Crinells, Doris
Harris. Frances Helms. Jean 1-lotlgens. lfllen Hornlluckle. Nell Htmter. ,lune Hylton, jam- Jeter, Lihlmy
Jones, Bt-tty johnson. Ruth Kutecllinski. Rose Xlarie Lee. Sherlyn AlilI'Slllllll'T'l. Doris Alcllale, Kay
Pleasants, Doris Proctor. Dorothy Ruffin, Eloise Thomas. Mary I.. 'l'hompson, Gvrlriitli- Wayne. Mrs.
EIGHTH GRADE DRAMATICS CLUB
Betty Jo Berry, Betty Betts, Marguerite Bishop, Betty Lou Byrd, Martha Chandler, Doris ,lean
Crabtree, Lillian Dewar, Martha Duntran, Nona Edge, ,lean Ellen, Doris Etltcridge. Josephine Falm'
stofk, Nell Fulglium, .lean Caddy, Lillian Caddy, Carol Jean Gift, Doris Harrell, Sarah Anne Harris.
.laniee Hart. Katherine Holding, Elixaltetlt Kiser, Nell Klyntan. Betsy Morgan. .lanie Nanee, Harte
Xe Nolan, Jane Lee l'arker, ,lane Pointer. Barlmara Pope. Cecelia Price, Carolyn Rolnerts. Agnes Roy.
lflizalteth Silwer, lflizalletlt Sltunli. ,losepltine Snow, Kaeliel Stacy. Georgia SlLllllLll'llS. Myra Btttlt
Stone, Betty Wlilliie, Anne Wlilliarns, flllarlotte Williarits, Florc-nt'e Wlinfree, Hr-lieeea Yelverton. Nlrs.
TENTH GRADE DRAMATICS CLUB
Jill Allen, Closson Allen, John Alexantler, Juanita Anderson, John Armstrong. Gloria Battzllt-lor,
Wilmer Betts, liolulny Broughton, AI liurtlen. Edith Burgess, Lili Campbell, Ann Carter, Marjorie Cole,
Betsy Corden, Caroline Goodman. Silmyl Coerelt. Doris Linzey, liarlmara Mahler, Betsy Maxwell, Virginia
Xloss. Ernest Page, Nancy Perry, Charles Penieli, Horton Pizer. Kat Powers. Sytlnor Stealey, Dorothy
Swain ,leanne Trentman Nancy I7 sliaw, Margueritte Worth. Margaret Wilson. Mrs. Ta lor, Adviser.
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Frances Al1lrotl,.lllanita Anderson. lflizaln-tli Amlrews. Marie Andrews, lim-tsy Atkins, Gloria
llatvhelor, Syhil Hl'oolis.lf4litl1 lltlrgvfs. l.ilm C21IIlIJllt'll, Betsy Carter, Beverly ilillltlllk Marjorie flolv,
Betsy London Conlon, Emily Fergiwson. Marguerite George, Annahel Gill, Fihyl Uoertzh. Ceralilinm-
Hamilton, Nellie Jvllirius, Katllerine Klyllldtt, Anna Lou Kiety. Doris Linzey, llarhara Wlahler. Pansy
Nlartin, Nadine Nl1'Ulll'1', Xlurtha Nlears. Xirginia Moss. X ivian Napowsa, Marion Ne-lson. Barlmara l'var1't-
Dorothy Ps-iflxlc-5. Kalltvrins' Pmveiw. .lean Hhoalvs. Patty Hoy. Betty Stacey, N irginia Stagir-i'. Betty Sutton.
.lf-an Thoniax. ,lm-anne Trentinan. ,Xnne Xxbltlu. Marv Badger Whittnore. Louise' White, Xlargtwritr
Worth, Betsy laul Yelvcrton, Mis, Smith, AIlL'l'S8f.' I I
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Nita Ballengvr. lf'1'anc'es Bickett, Miriam Hull, Beverly Bullock, Mary Chancller. Frances Fr-1'gn1Nor1.
Ann Fleinming, ,losvphine Garrett. lietty l.ou Hamilton. Mary Rose Hayes. 'l'm-:lily llowell, Anna
Hungerford, Nellie Jacohs, Lauris johnfon. lilizahetli Jones, Margaret Jordan. Gloria Kohn, Jo Lana-.
.lane Lassiter, Doris Lee, Xt-rena l,ewiQ. Xlarion Mrtlntosh, Iris Newton. Mary Ruth Reavis. Evelyn llenn,
Dorothy Russell, Maxis Russell, Virginia Singleton, Betty Ann Skaale, Phyllis Smith. Miss Cannon,
BEN TERRELL ..... ....... P resident
JOHN HOLLOWAY--- ---Vice President
RALPH PARKS--- - ----- Secretary
JACK ASHBY ----------- ---- T reasurer
Miss Ei.LiNcToN MRS. Roor
MR. DANIEL MR. Comm
This year the Science Club was divided into
three sections. They were the Chemistry Group,
the Nature Group, and the Field Trip Group. Each
group tried to carry its interest in Science to things
that could not be done in the regular class period.
Meetings were held once every two weeks.
FIELD TRIP GROUP OF SCIENCE CLUB
Jack Ashby, Banks Bowles, Bobby Bynum, Lloyd Canady,
.James Doster, John Holding, Joyce Jones, Fred Lloyd, David
Mooneyham, Jo Ann Nance, Joe Norwood, William Parker,
Roy Raines, Harold Sauls, Buck Taylor, Bill Ward, Mary
Ellen Underwood, Jack Bland, Clyde Bryant, Vllilliam Hales.
Mary Ann McLeod, Geraldine Morris, Marjorie Spain, Ruby
Thomas, Betsy Buchanan, Douglas Gill, Sammy Mears, Bill
Williams, Hannahlyn Riddle, Andrew Walker, Thomas
Goldston, Ralph Knight, John Dickens. Hilbert Fisher.
Lacy Moore. Allen Newcomb, Roy Fuller, Henry Lineberger,
Armistead Love, Ramon Ivey, Lee Smith, C. A. Dillon.
Jackie Hawkins, Grant Moen, Duke Morgan, Ralph Parks,
Horace Taylor, Clay Wade, Charlie Bugg, Miles Hart, Billy
Carswell, Lewis Hicks, Marjorie Underwood, Virginia Crews,
Robert Wilson, Betsy Ann Cox, Bobby Groseclose, Margaret
NATURE STUDY GROUP OF SCIENCE CLUB
Marie Andrews, Mary Wilmoth Barber, Mildred Black-
man, Betty Jean Broughton, Dora Jane Garrett, Annabel
Gill, Jean Harrell, Elizabeth Jobe, Mary Kathryn Lovelace.
Jean ,Morris, Marion Nelson. Mary Jerman Panton, Nancy
Scott, Dorothy Scroggs, Jean Thomas, Lois Whitefield,
Geraldine Winfree, Russell Savage.
CHEMISTRY DIVISION OF SCIENCE CLUB
Donald Weaver, Bobby Schmidt, NVillia1n King, Bruce
l-edford, Jim MacLachlan, Ben Terrell, John Swain, Bill
Bason, Rex Collins, Roger Moen, Warren Smith, Jack White,
Lynwood Fallwell, Milan Walker, Clyde Douglass, Ben
Dickson, Penn Marshall, Billy Allen, Cora Lynn Young,
Jane Clark Cheshire, ,lack McCary. Charles Gardner,
Charles Norwood, Robby Bridgers, Greig Hicks, James
Altman, John Holloway, Sara Jordan, Austin Lemon, Ransom
Smith, Frances Erwin, Joe Jarnagin, Jack Coble.
GIRLS' ATHLETIC ASSOCIATIO
lVl1LDRED LLOYD .... ...... P resident NADINE MCGHEE .... ....... T reasurer
HAZEL GOODWIN .... L.., V ice President FRANCES ABBOTT ....... Sergeant-at-Arrns
LOIS ROWE ..... LL... S ecretary BETTY PENNY .... ----I'0int Recorder
HULL for Girls' Athletic Association: Frances Abbott, Ruby Almond, Vivian Barrow, Betty Lou
Beckwith, Gladys Rae Bishop, Helen Bland, Helen Bray, Annie Brice, Marjorie Caviness, Peggy Clement,
Laura Cole, Catherine Coley, Hazel Goodwin. Emma Gupton, Betty ,lane llicks, Frances Hoagland, Ruth
Houlder, Ella Hutchins, Martha Hylton. Frances Jones, Lounell Jordan. Lora Dean Joyner. Anna Lou
Kutz, Alice Liles, Mildred Lloyd, Nancy Lowder, Pansy Marlin, Joy Matthews, Nadine McGhee, Leah
Moore, Anna ,lo Morgan, .lane Morris, Frances Mowery, Mary Alice Nance, Mary Louise Peebles, lietty
Sue Pegram, Betty Penny, Lois Rowe, Nivian Sanderlin, Peggy Sapp, Alice Smith, Fay Smith. Mary
Stephenson, Nancy Sutton, Florence Stoudmire. Elizabeth Taylor, Gloria Temple, Ann Wlade. Edith
Watkins, Anna Catherine Watson, Martha White, Esther Whitefield, Florence Whitefield.
The Girls, Athletic Association sponsored many social
events during the year. In October they had a tea for the
new members and teachers. This was held in Mrs. Bray's
room here at school. ln November, the members went on
a Saturday morning hike to the Lead Mines. ln December,
there was a skating party at Pullen Park. Many of the
girls invited their friends to go with them. ln January,
the members went in a group to the home of Mrs. Bray
and enjoyed tea. In February, a Bug Party was held in
the high school cafeteria. ln March, the members had a
Box Supper and invited their boy friends to go along with
them. Tn April the Association had a Treasure Hunt. ln
May, the last social function of the year, a Wiener roast
was held at Stewart's Lake.
The Girls' Athletic Association was made up of girls
from the ninth, tenth, eleventh and twelfth grades. The
club, under the direction of Mrs. Bray, met once every Bfwg1110'1 Members OH the Dun lcam
week at the activity period.
This organization played a large part in our sports program at Broughton. It spon-
sored basketball, volley ball, softball, ping-pong, skating, bicycling, hiking, and camping.
As the girls took part in these sports, both in and out of school, they received points
towards their State Monograms and pins.
The Drill Team was also under the direction of Mrs. Bray and was a part of the Girls,
Athletic Asssociation. These girls, along with a number of girls from Hugh Morson,
marched at the football games and in some ofthe parades in the city.
Left 10 right: Row-. McGhee. Goodwin.
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Xlarie Clemens, llariet Morgan, Natalie Neal. Christine Nucklus, .loyce Parker, Charlotte- Perry.
Doris Pvrry. Helen Saparillas, Betsy Ann Shaw, Martha Shi-rin. Lucy Sunnner. Patricia Tlirowt-r. Florence
Ttirm-r. Nlarie Wvilson.
HI-TIMES PRESS CLUB
lfifxvt ruzr, left Io riglit: E. O. Brogch-n, Penn Marshall, Vernon Jeter. ,lim Johnson, janies Rankin.
illH.ll'lf'S lloulcler. Ransom Smith.
Srfroml rozr: ,lean Straflley, Frances Hoagland, Edith Burgess, Betty SlllIIE'lJ31'lliS, Agatha Chipley, Jane
Bell, lfmily Cliesliirv, Marjorie Cole, Betsy McMillan, Alexa Carroll, Sihyl Coerch.
This year, for the first time, a group of students
known as Library Assistants organized themselves
into a class. Their purpose was to help Miss
Gosnold, the librarian, run the library. Before and
after school and at each period throughout the
day several of these students were on hand to serve
as necessity demanded. At regular intervals all the
assistants met as a class and studied their problems
in Library Science. These students received unit
credit for service rendered. They also deserve part
of the praise for the added attractiveness that the
library has had throughout the year.
Dorothy Varner at the circulation desk. fTopl
Gilmore Enloe choosing a book from a display table.
A group of the students in the magazine room.
ROLL of Library Assistants: Vivian Barrow,
Elsie Bennett, Dorothy Varner, David Smith, Billy
Shaw, Lila Watkins, Gloria Temple, Virginia
Gibson, llubert Holding, Harold Willey, Carl
Ferrell, Hubert Cross, Julia Moore, Elizabeth
Varner, Jimmy Ramsey, Gilmore Enloe, Jeanne
Holman, Bill Hailey, .lack Allen.
Un Zke Wad! af Sfwfzi
T. Briggs, E. Roberts, D. Etheridge, J. Wa-dcling, J. Phoenix
CHEER, RALEIGH HIGH SCHOOL
Chmwr, Raleigh High Sc-hool
Raleigh must win.
Fight lo the finish.
Never give in!
Rah! Huh! Rah!
You do your best, hoys!
W1-'ll do the rest huys
Fight on to vivtoryi
Rah! Huh! Huh!
Mr. Gregson and Mr. Dandelake
FOOTB LL SEASOI
Last September the football pros-
pects were not at all good. Coach
Raymond Gregson worked hard with
the boys and the lxoys worked equally
hard to get in good physical shape.
The outlook for a successful 1940
season was dimmed by the graduation
of many of the first and second string
men from the 19239 squad. Besides
having few holdovers, Raleigh faced
one of the hardest schedules of its
history and a schedule as hard as any
team in the state.
For two Weeks before school
started, the squad held two practice
sessions daily. After school opened
they practiced from three-thirty until
Robert McMillan Ralph Moore Bobby Blackburn, Mmmber
The Hrst test for the Purple Hurricane came on the night of September 13. Fuquay
Springs journeyed to the Capital City on this date to meet Raleigh. The Raleigh team was
a little too eager to make a good showing for the local fans and coach. The MHurricane,,
won the game 13-7 but the score does not tell the story of the game. Raleigh pushed the
visitors all around the held but did not seem to have the final punch to ring up a large
score. This game did prove one thing though. It proved that Holmes, all state end, could
vatch passes to equal any end in the state.
The following week the strong team from Greensboro invaded the Capital stronghold.
Thousands of Raleigh fans turned out to Riddick Field to see this game. Greensboro was
too strong for the ulocalsu and scored a 13-0 victory. Raleigh just could not get started.
An interstate game with Petersburg was next on the schedule. Petersburg was de-
fending state champions of Virginia, and Raleigh was definitely the underdog. The game
was played up there on Saturday afternoon. Trailing by thirteen points, Raleigh began to
play ball, scoring seven points, and were on their way to another touchdown when the game
ended. The final score 13-0-in favor of Petersburg. This was a hard game to lose. Ralph
Moore, star center of the team, was out of this game because of a fractured cheek bone. His
loss was greatly felt.
On October 4, Raleigh traveled to Wilsori to tangle with the Wilsoii 'cCyclones.7' Wil-
son eame out on top of a 13-0 Victory.
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Wilson, R. Stuart, Holmes, Moore, Shaw, Borlwell, Allen, Gregson, Corzclig Stuart, Capps,
Parker, Martin, Holderheld, B. Sanderlin, Irwin, Joslin, Riddle, Dandelake, Tew, Mansfield, Spain,
Chalmers, Parker, McLean, Wright, Y. Sanderlin, McMillan, Could, Williamstin, Coltrane, Speight, Black-
man, llobbs, Hunt, Ashby, Wheeler, Senter, Haily.
One week later the "Caps,' invaded Gaffney, S. C. for another inter-state game. This
time the "locals" rode home victorious. After a hard fought game Raleigh came away with
a 7-0 verdict.
The story at Charlotte was the story of one boy. David Coates of the Queen City. If
Coates had not played, Raleigh would have won the game. He did play though, and Char-
lotte Won 19-7.
Raleigh scored its first conference win against Wilmington. The whole team played a
good game and came home with a 6-0 victory. Here again the score does not tell the story
of the game. Raleigh won by right. .
Columbia, S. C. cancelled their game with the 4'Caps,' so Raleigh had a weekls rest
which was well earned.
November 15 was a day that all Raleigh waited for. On this day, the uHurricane,'
was to invade the "Bull City" of Durham. School was dismissed early so that local fans
could travel over to Durham to see the game. This game was hard to lose. Every member
of the Raleigh squad played his heart out to win. When the game was over, Durham had
gained a net total of minus three yards. That gives an example of how hard the boys were
fighting to win. Nevertheless when the smoke had cleared from the battleground, the Bulls
had thirteen points and Raleigh had none.
The last game of the season was with Rocky Mount. This game was played on
Riddick Field. Rocky Mount had already won Eastern Class A honors. Raleigh was not
given even an outside chance of beating the uBlackbirds.,, From the opening whistle to
the final gun, Raleigh ran Rocky Mount ragged. On a group of passes and runs, the locals
pushed over a touchdown and scored the extra point. It was at this time that the one big
break of the game happened. After scoring
the touchdown Raleigh kicked off to the
'4Blackbirds." Buddy Luper of Rocky
Mount took the kickoff on his own ten yard
line and proceeded to run the entire length
of the field for a touchdown. The con-
version was good and the score was tied
at 7-7. This is how the game ended. Rocky
Mount had tied Raleigh.
No one player should get all praise for
the football he played. Each and every
boy on the team deserves a salute from the
schools and from the city of Raleigh. The
following is a list of the boys who played
the best ball during the year: ends, Holmes,
Wilson, Bagwell, Spain, tackles, Sanderlin,
Stewart, guards, Smith, Gould, McMillan,
center, Moore, Shawg backlield, Allen,
Stuart, Riddle, Joslin and Senter.
Holmes makes a touchdown in the Rocky Mount game
First row, left to right: Swift, Jones, Riddle, Joslin.
Second row: Schell, Senter, Sapp, Sauls.
The 19-10-.11 edition of the Raleigh basketball team completed ll1e most successful
season of any local quint since 1936. With a glowing record of 16 victories in 20 starts.
Raleigh traveled to Durham for the deciding game of the conference. Durham was ready
for the locals, and superior team work led to the defeat of the Raleigh team, thus
eliminating the Capitals from the state race.
When the season started, basketball was at an all time low in Raleigh. From 1936
until the start of this year, the Capitals had not even made a good showing. The other
teams in the conference were glad when it came time to play Raleigh. This year was a
Led by big Carl Sapp, Raleigh put a well balanced team on the court.
After the locals defeated Fayetteville in the conference opener 315-9, Raleigh fans began
to come to life. A few days later the Wake Forest Freshmen only beat Raleigh by nine
At 7:55 p.m., on January 31, the Broughton gymnasium was filled to capacity.
Basketball in Raleigh High School was at last back on the level in which it belongs.
At 3:00 p.m., Raleigh was to play Durham. The game started and the two teams battled
on even terms most of the game. Although when the smoke cleared, Durham had won 30-27.
Both teams gave everything they had. It was a very fast game and therefore many fouls
were committed. These foul shots were the edge that Durham had over Raleigh.
The most thrilling game of the season was played against Vililson. WilSlJll came to
Raleigh determined to beat the 4'Caps." The score went back and forth all night. When
the final gun sounded the score was tied. This meant that a hve minute over time period
had to be played. For five more minutes the teams raced up and down the floor. The
score was still tied after the first over time period. After a few minutes rest the teams lined
up again for the jump. From this point on, it was a matter of who scored Iirst. The
hrsl team that scored, won the game. Raleigh got the center jump and held the bali.
They waited lor an opening. Alter sexe-ral minutes of passing the ball around. Carl Sapp
decided il was time to win the game. Standing in mid-court. Sapp shot the hall toward
the basket. 'llhat nas the end of the game. It was a heautiful shot, good lor two points and
Raleigh won the next games hut hit their trouhle in the last game with Durham.
Durham had a record of no defeats lor the season and Raleigh had one defeat. This meant
that if Raleigh won the game, they would tie with the Bull City for the Eastern Class A
ehampionship. When the game started, there were hundreds of Raleigh fans sitting in
the Durham Armory. The hoys from Durham were ready for the Caps and they stopped
all Raleigh hopes ol a state rfhampionship.
Carl Sapp led the Eastern Class A Conference scoring with 266 points. He would
sink long ones and short ones with no apparent effort. But Sapp was hy no means a one
man team. There were Cordon Sauls. Braxton Schell. Jack Swift, Car
Hinsdale, Joslin, Exerette Jones, and jimmy Riddle.
Ielllfigll Opponents Raleigh
26 Clary 21 43
33 lfuquay Springs 15 36
17 White Flash I2 27
35 llood-illodel 28 40
21 State Frosh 32 60
36 V.15.S. 22 56
33 Fayetteville 9 31
27 Wake For:-st Frosh 536 28
37 Fuquay Springs ISU 30
35 Sanford 241 24-
35 Charlotte 20 1
First rozr, left to right: Gordon Fauls. llraxlon Fvln-ll.
l Bunn, Guy Senter,
SUFOIHI ron 5 Tom Winston. Guy Senter. iarl Sa r 1. lfrz :ming llinsdale Joslin, jinnny Riddle.
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Third rolr: ,lack Swill. liveretle jones, liohhy S4'ill'ltI'Hlljlll.
Fourth l'l7lt'.' Tom Xvillis, Rohm-rt Hairston. Billy Simpson.
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First row: Walter Stewart, Marion Riddle, Raymond Stewart, Carl Bunn, Johnny Holmes, Earl
Bennett, Curt Campbell.
Seca-nfl row: Mac Andrews, John Ruth, Dandelake, Coach, McCracken, Coach, Bill Brooks, Guy
Senter, Hinky Joslin, Chan Pegram, Bobby Crocker, Gordan Sauls, Tom Winston, Mr. Starnes.
7 Wilmington 5
Rained out Wilson
1 Durham 2
4- -Dunn 5
2 l Wilmington 1
To be played Charlotte
To be played Greensboro
87 Total 67
Won 9 Lost 5 To be played 2
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Bac-lr rnlr, left In right: Mazinger James llilker, Courlz House. Bill Patten. Blake Yan Leer, Jerry Hilker,
Middle row: Bobby Emanuel.
Front row: David Armstrong, Paul Moore, Russel Walton. Moffitt Fuller. Frank Anderson, and
Last spring as the Seniors received their diplomas, John A. House, swimming team
eoaeh, saw nearly all of his state championship team graduate. He had to build a new
The team this year had meets against such strong competition as Goldsboro and Dur-
ham High Schoolsg and State and Carolina Freshmen.
Broughton was defeated in these matches but there were several bright spots of
Billy Kelly set two new state records at the Duke University Invitational Meet in
Durham. In the 100 yard breaststroke, Billy put the new time at l 1083. Billy swam the
220 yard free style in 2:3l,.7.
Courtney Egerlon and Jim Johnson are co-captains of the team. The first ten boys on the
squad are as follows: lf. Horde, F. Cline, D. Kennison, C. Egerton, J. Rhodes, D. Hinton, J.
Johnson, B. Bunn, C, Ramsey, and C. Blanchard. W. N. Payne is the inFt1'uctor for the team.
Billy White is the manager.
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First row, left to right: Graham Spencer, Mickey Could, Jimmy Christian. Roger Moen, Donald
Watson, Fred Senter.
Second row: Kyle Bowie, Dick Barrow, Frank lrwin, Robert McMillan, llilly Kelly, Braxton
Schell, Park White, Manager.
First l'UIl', left to right: Mr. Gregson, llunt, Chalmers, Xieliillan, Moore, Hilker, Stuart.
Second mir: Gould. Sapp, lrwin, Wilson, Yan Leer, Spain.
Third roiv: Shaw, Blackhurn, Hurd, Johnson, Hailey, Senter.
Fourth row: Lefiforfl, Sauls, Williamscvn, Jones, Joslin, Kelly, Schell, Swift, Hollunrl.
The Monogram Cluh was reorganized this year. It was made up of boys that have Won
letters in either of the major or minor sports. Meetings were held once every two weeks at the
activity perionl. Mr. Gregson was the adviser. The officers were Ralph Moore. President: Bill
Hailey, Vice President, Mic-key Could, Secretary, Braxton Schell, Treasurer, and Hiukey
llevan Barhour l7ranees Williams Ann Foxworth lluplrne llumr
B1'0l1f7i1lUIl was entitled to select hy Joiular vote four stuclents to serve us vheer lm-uric-rs
Cl A Q D 1 1 1
for the Raleigh High Svhool foothull games. The slumlents that were chosen are plvturecl uhox e.
Mr. omg .Miss weegkam .Bmuqlzfwz
A ROBERT M C MILLAN
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The group of students that attended the Columbia Press Conferenve in New York went to g'He-llza
Popping and met OLSEN and JOHNSON.
OIT to class . . . we lirozulrfast . . . two uienibc-rs of the Class '13 . . . llw Cunwru Club of tlw Air
. . . the Spanish Clulm ollivers . . . the Bullis Eye . . . Lee is prepared . . . in the Home EC Lulu . . .
that drink that refreshes.
Lazy Lunchers . . . Marshals . . . Broughton goes rural . . . Our star swimmer fKOHy2H . . . Mono-
gram Club oHic'f11's . . . Jzmiv and Betty swinging in the park . . , Audio-Nisual experts . . . "W'h0,da
thunk it," Mr. Starnes.
Ruth Kost as Beth, Frances Williams as Joe, Marjorie Avent as Amy, Ann Cloyd as Mzirmee and
Lili Niven as Meg in Costumes designed by Catherine .Austell for the play, Hijttle Wonwn.',
The time has come,' the Walrus said,
4To talk of many things,
Of ships, shoes and sealing wax, and cabbages, and kings
And why the sea is boiling hot
And whether pigs have wings'."
"Many thingsu did indeed characterize the year 1940-19411 for the students of Broughton High
School. The new school year began on September 4-, 1940. There was the usual excitement of students
seeing teachers that were to lead them for the first time as they went on to the battlefield to win for
themselves the knowledge of the languages, of mathematics, of history, of science, of commercial work
and of the vocational subjects. After a few weeks the campaign was well organized and groups learned
to work well together.
Throughout the fall, nearly every Friday afternoon, the students and supporters of the school would
gather in the stadium to see Raleigh High boys display their strength and skill, not with guns and am-
munition, butt with a ball made of pigskin. The crowds rose to their feet, yelled as loudly as possible,
"Come on Raleighl' at the commands of the cheer leaders who were dressed in white uniforms. Every-
body drank a Coca-Cbla, ate peanuts, or ice cream. Excitement from pleasure, not fear, caused the mob
to go mad at a moment's notice.
All eyes turned at times to another battalion, the band-a flash of purple and gold-and watched
them as they played and marched together. The sound of their music meant that "football', and f'hap-
piness" were in the air, not a farewell to boys bound for wars where return was not likely or afleast
Back at school "Tarzan,s Revengef, a free moving picture, entertained the student body and pupils
battled with their superiors for a longer lunch period. They wo-ng five minutes was added.
At the end of the first campaign, the Eighth Grades led the honor list. Beauty, also, has its place in
our conquest. Lydia Moore proved to be a worthwhile investment. Her public made her Queen of The
Carnival. Voting did not stop with a queen. For several weeks everybody was as interested in the Hrst
"Third Term Candidate, Franklin D. Roosevelt," a cripple, and in the "Wall Street Lawyer, Wendell
Willkie," as if they themselves were to decide the fate of the nation on November 5, 194-1.
The black clouds that brought rain on November 11, 194-1, kept the student body from marching in
the Armistice Day Parade, sponsored by the American Legion. Still foremost in the thoughts of everyone
was "Cod Bless Americaf, ASCAP did not yet have the power to keep the patriotic songs off of the air.
ln the midst of the defense programs that carried many fathers, brothers, relatives and friends to camp,
everyone prayed that somehow President Roosevelt could keep the United States out of war. "Mose,7,
one of the janitors, carried the love of mankind even farther and wrote a song g'God Bless the World."
Juniors-the class of '42-ordered rings to distinguish them as students that were at least able to
say, "Our success in this quest for knowledge will be recognized next yearf,
The student leaders, meeting in the high school cafeteria, not a bomb cellar, had a banquet and a
love feast. To them "all was right with the world."
Governor Hoey again proclaimed the last Thursday in November as Thanksgiving. President Roose-
velt has chosen the preceding one. Since ours was a democratic country, we did not obey our leader.
However, many people in the city of Raleigh took two days-the Federal and State-to give thanks for
their many blessings.
Posters, advertising the sale of Tuberculosis Seals, appeared on the bulletins around our building.
Each homeroom undertook to aid in the fight of the great white plague and again the students of
Broughton came through on top.
The Christmas spirit of love for our fellow manAthe spirit of love and sympathy for those less
fortunate than wefushered in the pre-holiday season. Every homeroom, either alone or with another,
took a "Christmas Opportunity." Clothes, food of all kinds, toys, and many other things to add to the
happiness of the members of the "Opportunity" families were collected by the students and distributed
by the Grade Mothers. Then followed the Christmas program in the auditorium. The carols of the
Yuletide Season, which the Glee Club sang, were a little dearer to everyone than they had ever been
before as they saw the ever-new story of the Birth of Jesus, The Saviour of the World, portrayed in
As the language classes presented the story of Christmas in France, Germany, Spain and Italy, stu-
dents' minds went to the present conditions of these lands. The questions arose, could there be a feast
of the Saturnalia in Ernest Hemingway's Spain, NFor Whom the Bell Tollsw? Could there be a Christ-
mas tree in Hitler's "Mein Kampn? in ,lan Valtin's "Out of the Night"? in Ethel Vanve's "Escape
Could there be f'Peace on Earth, Good Will Toward Men"? Could there be "Joy to the Worlrlv? For
Christmas 1940, the students had much for which to be thankful.
The bells of 1941 rang loud and long. J. Melville Broughton, the father of three Broughton students,
two former, one present, was inaugurated as Governor of the State of North Carolina. A Ball followed in
the Memorial Auditorium. Girls from our school were selected as sponsorsg boys, as marshals. Not one
boy appeared in a war uniform. However, not many miles away, a camp, known as Fort Bragg, was fast
becoming one of the biggest Military Training Posts in the United States.
After all the teachers were becoming dictators, or were they? Examinations were at hand. Assign-
ments that seemed too difficult and impossible were forced upon the Broughton students. The students
took the commands in their stride. "They conquered." Girls again settled down to their knitting. lt
was dolie everywhere and was of every kind. Some were knitting for the Red Crossg others were knitting
sweaters or socks to be worn for a special occasion a few weeks hence.
The Seniors chose the outstanding members of their class4the superlatives. "The March of Dimes"
and cupid with a big Red Heart again played havoc with the week's allowance. '
The roaming fever struck Broughton with full force. Students represented the school in Atlantic
City, New York, Greensboro, Chapel Hill, Fort Bragg, Goldsboro, Washington, Greenville, and Wake
Forest. Every time they brought back good reports. Broughton measured up in the Hght to get under-
standing as well as knowledge. 'a
On every side war was a timely subject. Broughton's debating team fought over the question of
compulsory military training, Congress decided that the United States should give all aid short-of-war
to Great Britain. The factories of our country were booming with defense orders, yet every day the papers
were filled with stories of strikes. The Greeks fought a losing battle wilh the Germans. News flashes,
radio speeches, and newspapers brought the war ever closer to us.
Students were glad when Spring arrived in its full force at Easter time. Boys wrote on the board,
"ln the spring a young manis fancy lightly turns to thoughts of baseball." Attendance fell off at
Broughton. An enemy, too small for the naked eye, invaded our camp and took many students un-
awares. Yellow quarantine signs, MEASLES or CHICKEN POX, or MUMPS were posted on some
house on nearly every street of Raleigh. One sign even found its way to a classroom door. While stu-
dents continued to conquer mathematics, many were forced to bow before one of these enemies and take
a few days off.
May found the school Senior conscious. Everything was for the Seniors, even the Juniors entertained
them. They gave a playg they were measured for cans and gownsg they listened to vocational speakers
with a little keener interest than the rest of their fellow studentsg they had class meeting after class
meeting. They argued. They celebrated. They were to receive their diplomas. They were to graduate.
They had won what they set out to do. They were to go out on a new battlefield, the Battlefield of Life.
They were to help make the world safe for democracy.
LAURA HELEN PASCHAL.
"lines that lltllif' ever kick you?" the young oflit-er asked the Negro mule driver.
'6No, suh,', was the reply, Hhe ain'l yet, lint he frequently kicks de place whar 1 recently was
X4 I 1
x x. ' k
Operating a large business and
successfully serving a large num-
ber of patrons requires a highly
trained and thoroughly competent
organization. Such a group can-
not he Created overnifrht-it takes
.. f D
-'MQIQLQ-ffzjgl. 1 lL. a long period of years.
The affairs of our company are handled by that
kind of an organization . . . experienced employees
under the direction of seasoned executives. This
statement is supported by the fact that our em-
. I. .
Q" ployees have been with us an average of over
1 , .
' A HIIIC yC3I'S . . . 3. gllfjd ICHSOII Wlily yllll may CX-
: petit dependable, as well as cheap, electric service.
,.,:z,,:ggggy3p,,,., Carolina Power 6' Light Company
Electricity-A Great Service-Yet It's Cheap!
HCome in if you can-
Phone if you can't."
FUR STORAGE DYEING
511 Hillsboro St. 16 W. Hargett St
PHONES 4060 and 2985
eac 1er: ease rase ie wor 'iss .
T l MP1 h tl d 'k ' "
Frances Willialrlsx '6This word is a noun
declined, and more common than proper. It
plural. It agrees with me."
, but it is usually used as a conjunction. it is never
is not very singular in that it is usually used in the
An olml maid createll a slir in tlle local seed store lllc llllIl'l' day. Slle wallwll ill illlll aske
clerk to give ller instructions on llow to sow wilt
SMART APPAREL FOR THE
-' X ggfgnfgqjgyg 4 .i"-
126 South Salisbury Street
lf'S Mme W. A. McKNIGIlT'S
FU N Fancy Groceries - Fresh Meats
to Swim and
Fruits and Vegetables
PHONES 8371 - 8372
3021 Hillsboro st. Raleigh, N. C.
116 Harrison Avenue
an CLEANING and
"The Largest Sporting Goods ffpependablen
Store in the South"
Edwards Drug Store
528 Hillsboro Street
Gus Matinos and Son
Heavy and Fancy Groceries
All Kinds of Imported Products
Open Every Night 'Till 11:30 p.m.
Corner Harrington and Hargett Streets
Mrs. Penny: allow would you punctuale lllis sentence: iTlle wind blew a tenerlollar bill around
.lollnz "I would make a dasll alter the billf'
Mrs. Joyner: 'lllave you hall anv slaue exper
Jule Phoenix: "Well, I had my leg in a cast once.
Sales Loans STORAGE
REAL Phone 2-3767 - 2-3766
'NSURANCE GOWER PONTIAC CO.
L A ggcgsgcgc E Pontiac Sales and
PHONE PERRIN W. GOWER, Owner and Manger
4324 Opposite Post Ofhce
RALEIGH, NORTH CAROLINA
Partin's Service Station
600 HILLSBORO STREET
Goodrich Tires and Tubes
Washing : Greasing : Polishing
CALL ron AND DELIVERY snnvrcr.
6'Raleigh's Thrift Center"
"We Appreciate Your Patronage"
for the Raleigh High School
Annuals Made by
S. M. YOUNG
Hardware : Seeds
Moore Cr Johnson Co.
INSURANCE 6' SURETY BONDS
"For I7 Years Raleigh's Leading
RALEIGH, NORTH CAROLINA
"Quality Products Since 1853"
RALEIGH, N. C.
206 E. MARTIN STREET
She: "Where do all the bugs go in winter?
H , as h as
e. earc me.
She: "No thanks. .lust wanted to know."
Mrs. Glenn: "Dick, what kind of clause is tlle one in this sl- lenz,e"
Dick: lNo answer? .
Hrs. Glenn: "Can anyone tell me what kind of clause that is?
E. 0. lirogden: "Santa Clause."
6'Biggest Ice Cream
Cones in Town"
l9O0 Hillsboro Roacl
lil 2 Glenwood Avenue
The Modern Way for the House
wife to Economize
V. ST. CLOUD, Manager
Raleigh, North Carolina
Brown's Funeral Home
R. w. WYNNE, JR., Manager
Greshams Service Station SOUTHERN SCHOOL
TEXACO PRODUCTS SUPPLY CO'
GOODYEAR TIRES and TUBES SUPPLIES FOR THE
Raleigh, North Carolina
Raleigh, North Carolina
HENRY N. PARKER, Manager
Connell Realty and
Compliments Mortgage Company
A Friend odd Fellows Building
Raleigh, N. C.
Mr. Daniel: "What is the formula for water?"
Mr. Daniel: 6'What do you mean?,,
Celia: 'iWhy, you said it was H to O."
Say, your girl just stole my Watch."
Thafs all right. SllB,S worth any manls timcf,
EVERXTTHNG FOR THE NULL
GENERAL REPAIRING IN OUR
MACHINERY : MILL SUPPLIES
DILLON SUPPLY COMPANY
RALEIGH, N. C.
Hotel Carolina '
24 West Hargett Street
C I, t CRUMLEY - MELVIN
ompvzmen s of V DRUGS
Thomas H. Briggs 6' Sons "TWO STORES"
Sir Walter Hotel Building
"Hardware in Raleigh Since l865" Phone 7533
James E. B gg Everett E. Brigg Hillsboro Sffeel'
RHS 20 RHS '12 Phone
l lke ld Mother Hubbard, but now they are more lik tle
Women's bathing suits used to me i o
Tralhc Oliicerz "As soon as I saw you cm
Lib Nivfn: 'VI c , yo1" '- gf
e around the curve I saisl to myself, 'I"o1'ty-five at
1 ' ' II 1 IC may oFf. ltis this hut that makes lllt' look so old."
BAGWELL fr BAGWELL
ALL FoRMs or INSURANCE
306 S. Salisbury Street
Raleigh Dial 2-I252
J 0 L L Y 9 S
1881 - 1941
Leading Jewelers and Silversmiths
128 Fayetteville Street
Raleigh, N. C.
For Every Occasion
17 South Wilmington Street
2I5 South Salisbury Street
RALEIGH, NORTH CAROLINA
Clark Art Shop
Framing : Linoleum
300 Glenwood Avenue
"Your Neighborhood Druggist"
620 North Person
Miss Paschal: "Mary, this composition on the dog is the same as yo
ur brother Jim1nie's, word for
Mary: "Yes, Miss Paschal. lfs the same dog you know."
Mr. Starnes: 'gNann- at great time .1 E1
,lack Allen: "Love at first siglltf'
J. J. FALLON CO., INC.
uWe grow tlze Flowers we sell"
Parnell's Service Station
A Modern, Fully Equipped Garage
S. L. PARNELL, Proprietor
4 Miles West of Raleigh on U. S. No. 1
ADAMS 8: TERRY
LOANS : RENTS
210 Soutll Salisbury Street
RALEIGH, N. C.
124 East Martin Street
Wllood Portraits at
Third Floor Hudson-Belk Co.
Gayle J. Cox F
Opposite New Textile Bldg.
Verified ESSO Lubrication
TIRES : BATTERIES
. . ACCESSORIES
Metropolitan Life G , ,,
Insurance Co See Us for Happy Motoring
' PHONE 924-1
Senior: Hljo you like Kipling?"
Freshman :HI dunno. How do you kipplefw
untie: "-Xml what will you mln. my little darling. when you row up lo lu- ai great lnig girl?"
Nlargie Wells: "Retliu'e."
BRANTLEY 5 soN, inc. The Shop That Every
D ' I'
fl-lggls S ,tt-l'Illlllll.""6
Masonic Temple, Raleigh, N. C.
4 ..--- Q
R I p I tl, 'R
2 lilll l.llIi!ltIHlllililllhliia
PHONES 8834 and 8835 9, ',L..+... ,of
Everything the School Miss Wears
AMERICAN Always New, Smart Things at
. -' '? 'ff-2555p1.i:r1"'E E51i?e11:E1E,:r-, Q A ' '
ry,-V , ,Z , 1, . .A ,ly
:' , . 1 1
2 i' , 5 f '
v . ' 2- I 1 ,-' . I
'14 .I ,J
Coats - Dresses - Hats
G A S ,
Sweaters - Sktrts - Jackets
RALEIGHFS SMARTEST SHOP
DISl'l'IlJLlf0I' 126 Fayetteville Street
DURHAM LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY
HOME OFFICE : RALEIGH, N. C.
WE PRUTECT THE FAMILY
In our line of contracts there is a plan for every neecl and
every purpose for any amount. Through its easy deposit
plan life insurance offers every one a safe and convenient
system of savings plus protection.
LET US HELP YOU FACE THE FUTURE WITH SMILE
Officer fto man pacing sidewalk al Iwo o'clock in the morningl:
Man: "I forgot my key, officer, and l'm waiting for my children to come home and let me in
'No. Jim, I cannot marry you. The man I marry must In- upright and square.
'l don't think you want a huslianrlg you want a piano."
Herff-,I ones Compan
School and College Jewelry
ALLEN BARBEE, Representative
HOME-OWN ED STORE
Corner Fairview and Oberlin Roads
CARI. THORNE, .Ilnrket Manager
l'lAROI.D BARis14:11:, Grocery Manager
FREE DELIVERY-All Over City
B. B. BENSON, President
CLIFTON L. BENSON, Treasurer
RALPH L. MOORE, Vice President
J. Y. HORNBIFCKLE, Secretary
COAL : LUMBER Z HARDWARE
MILLWORK 2 ATHEY'S PAINTS
217 North Dawson Street Phone 7563
MARY J. IIADLEY
"Where Young and
. . . joins in wishing all good luck
Seniors and Student Body
A woman's promise to be on time carries a lot of wait.
Never run after a Elle I car 01 a urn a 1+anOtlIer II ill he along any minute.
DIAI. 4904- T. P. POOLIII., Prop.
POOLE'S BEAUTY SHOP
'gllaleighas Permanent R
Wave Center" T 0
Iistalrlislied l926 2
7 E. Hargeit St., Nlasonic Teniplc Bldg.
RALFIIGII, N. C.
I UALWAYS SUIWETHINC NEWH
G A R N E R 9 S Ta e
E s s 0
S T A T I 0 N . , D or M40
PERSON STREET , , H
f-IOCIIE 51,115 .IIE
Iiumls : Fire : Automobile : Lialmilily
NATIONAL PURE Burglary
FOOD MARKET, Inc. CONNOR, WILLIAMS
Complete Line 6'
QUALITY MEATS I PRODUCE GENERAL INSURANCE
GROCERIES 704 COIIIIIIeI'cial Buililing
RALEIGH, N. C.
Prrmzpt Delivery 237 WilI11iIIgI1II1 St.
DIALS 4l86 : 2-1174 1
I. S. WlI.I.lANIS OLIVIA C. lNIOORE
I'IARVEY'S FOOD STORE
CHOICE MEATS O QUALITY GROCERIES
FREE DELIVERY DIAL 3-1671
Usher: "HOW far clown do you wish In sit, lady?"
,ady Iseverelylz "All the way, OI t'IillFSCll,
A lalml lie-amlecl man has less hair to c-omh. hut more face lo wash.
Congratulations and Best Wishes
to the Students, Faculty
and Friends of
Raleigh's High Schools
May Continued Success and
Happiness Be Your
Lot in Life
M ss Penny: "Children, there will he onlv a hall-mlav of sclmul this mi
l 1 l lx tl Wl 1 l ll
yDidenmver in mac sea :M iomuee. 'urraylw
Nl s Penny: 4'5il0m'e- -wi-'ll have the other half this afternoon."
11 111-lgllt ui i1ml1sl1111'sQ lr ll 111111111 gurl llII'lHIlg Ll mlvaf 1-ur tu u lvlmml 111116,
Lynnvs Service Station
DEALER IN ATLANTIC PRIDDUCTS
223 West Morgan Street
1111 IJ 11 1 1 ly 1
111 111 111
B11 ll 11 ll ll 1
Charles B.: SLWIIHE would you say to a girl WI
lillgene W.: "Ill say 'BOOT'
s so ne vous she jumps into the nearest man's arms
GAS IS YOUR TOLEDO SCALES
QUICK- RETAIL and INDUSTRIAL
CLEAN- u. S. SLICERS, ENTERPRISE
ECONOMICAL- CHOPPERS, COFFEE MILLS
SERVANT SALES and SERVICE
THE RALEIGH GAS CO.
P. E. YOUNG, Manager
305 Fayetteville Street
Men and Young Men.
RALEIGH NASH CO.
324' South Salisbury Street
Raleigh, North Carolina
North Carolina Equipment Company
Road Machinery 2 Construction Equipment
RALEIGH, N. C.
STATESVILLE, N. C.
SAY BAIVIBY BREAD
ROYAL BAKING COMPANY
RALEIGH, NORTH CAROLINA
Policeman flo drunk crawling around lamp posll : HWIIHI are you looking for?"
Drunk: "A quarter I lost."
Policeman: g'WIIere did you lose it?"
'J' k' 'SAI ou blork I ok l'
liun. J ta , Ja..
Policeman: I'Well, why Lltbll-I you look for it hack there?',
Drunk: "TIN-I'e's no light hack tlierefi
Bohhy M. Cat almond uounterl: LLWIIIIJ attends to the nuts?"
Clerk: "Be patient. I'Il wuit on yan in a rninutel
W. H. KING DRUG COMPANY
RALEIGH, N. C.
Fresh and Cured
On Il. S. Nu. 1 Rulvlglt, N. f..
Opposite State Cullege
Welcome to the
MEATS 2410 IIILLSISURO STREET
Free Delivery Try Qu,-
DIAL 6272 Delicious Western Steaks
City Market : Stalls ll and 12 YOU CALLDIAL 2-BEE DELIVER
DAVID I. FORT, Agent
FIRE : TORNADO
and Other Lines of Insurance
103 Security National Bank Building
RALEIC H, N. C.
Office Phones: 7565 and 7566
H ERBERT ROSENTHAL
I29 Fayetteville Street
Raleigh, N. C.
Grandmother: 5'There are two wurtls I wish vnu wuultln't use. They art- rotten' and 'lousy'
Susie Q.: NAII right, Gran. Wltat are the morris?"
Bill: "Have you seen one of those instrumen ich can tell when a man is lying?"
Hank: "Seen one? I married one!"
P R O D U C E Sixty Years of Service
C O M P A N Y HARDWARE - PAINTS
O SEEDS - PLANTS
JOB P. WYATT
' and SONS CO.
NORTH CAROLINA NORTH CAROLINA
Home of Fine
217 South Wfllllllllglflll Street
When You Want the Very Best
Goods at the Lowest Possible Price
COME TO OUR STORE
G. 5' S. DEPT. STORE
I0 E. Hargett St. 208-210 Wilmington St.
For the Best in Staples Compliments of
For the Freshest in Meats J E A N S
The Shop of Individuality
118 Fayetteville Street
Voice fon stagel : 'iRome0, Romeo, wherefore art thou, Romeo?"
ce ffrom afarl : 'Tm in the balcony-it's cheape
What did the termite say to the bartender?
"Beat me daddy, I ate the liar."
I37 South Salisbury Street
Raleigh, N. C.
30 Years Successful Experience
WE HAUL for the A 6' P STORES
WHO SELL FOR LESS
TRANSPORT CO., Inc.
Raleigh, N. C.
103 East Morgan Street
BIEMANN Er ROWELL
HEATING AND PLUMBING
40I West Martin Street
It is a problem knowing what to
give the young graduate. Why
not a gift that will grow with the
years? Inquire about the plans
created for young people by the
Metropolitan. Their features will
appeal to you and lo the young
CLYDE A. MASSEY
906-9 Raleigh Building
Office 8687 Residence 2-II98
Hilah White: '4Rosalie, have you heard this new joke?,'
Rosalie: "If it is bad, I have, but if it isn't bad, I haven't."
Carl Sapp: "Since I met you I can't eat, I can't sleep, I can't drink."
Shirley Myatt lcoylylz "Why n0t?,'
Carl Sapp: "lim broke."
BUTTER : EGGS
The Showplace of the Carolinas
SHOULD BE YOUR
'Ce Cream SHOPPING AND
BETTER DRUG STORES
This Good Store Strives to Please
in Clothing, Novelties, Price,
Pl N E and Service.
Glenwood Avenue Dial 2-3911 S
200 Harrison Avenue
nlf Ifs Woodwork, We
Can Do If,
You are assured of
If it comes from
J ELU ELE RS-SILVERSITIITHS
Expert Wafch Repairing
Daphne: "All men are fools."
Courtney: "Yes, dear. We were made fools so y girls wouldn'l be old maids."
What did the chocolate soda say when it heart
"I hear a rap-sodyf'
fllirmrs, Plate Table Tops
'md 'md Watches : Diamonds
Ifznrfozt' Glass Auto Class
Raleigh Glass R Mirror Co.
110 West Davie Street
RALEIGH, N. C.
C. L. Ilicuiziz PHONE 8732
Jewelry and Luggage
Raleigh Loan Uffice
223 South Wilmington Street
RALEIGH, N. C.
I a knock at the floor?
RAWLS MOTOR CO.
PLYMOUTll and DESOT0
Best Place To Buy New and Used Cars
OLDEST and MOST
D I A L
5 81 I
We Sell, Service and Install
To Any Car"
24 HOUR SERVICE
GMC Person an
TRUCKS Davie Street
What is the case of wasted energy?
Telling a hair raising story to a bald-headed
Joe: Miss Ellington, climl you ever hear u rabhit lnarlx?
Miss Ellington: RHl5illlS ilu not hark. ,loc
Jov: This lnolugy hook IS wrong ilu-n. It says that
"ral.1lmiis eat 1-alllmagv anal lmarkf'
Nash-Steele Motor Co.
Dodge - Plymouth
Sales and Service
423 S. Wilmington -Street
Dial 5571 Raleigh, N. C.
'60ysters Any Stylev
Corner Jones and West Streets
CARTER ELECTRIC CO.
Raleigh Orange Crush
Dial 2-084lM wk
You Plmne fur Us-We 11 fre fur You I
Y 221 East Davie Street
424 South Dawson Street, .
RALEIGH, N. C. R0le'9l1, N- C-
of CLOTIIING STORE
W. T. GRANT
127 Fayetteville Street
See at Least One Good Show Every
Week and of Course at the
BIG STAR STATE in PALACE
RALEIGH, Ni CQ THEATRE
Carl Sapp: Sir, I want your nlaughlcr for my wife.
Father: You go home and tell your wife that she calf! have my iluuglilur.
int to Speakers: "lf you tIon't strike ni
the first tu t mu d better Atop Im
The Honeycutt Fruit
and Produce Co.
A Complete Line of Fruits
Bananas 0 Specially
Halifax and Lane Streets
PHONE 5817 RALEIGH, N. C.
.Wake Sure Your Laundry is
in the Hands of
There IS Q Difference
DRY CLEANING C0.
Delivery Anywhere in City
Main Ollice: 13 S. Wilmingtimn Street
Plant: 606 N. Person Street
Compliments PAI NTS,
gf GILBERT PAINT
WA R E E N IS 15 East Martin Street
to Suit Your
,,e,s,,,w,i,y PRODUCTS co.
By Dial z-0351
SNAKENBERGSS Pool Road
Lf Insurance Man: Iluw about a straight Iii' policy?
M Brown: Well, III like to step t once in
Paul C: Do you know a man clown your day ssi
,lean T: Well, l'1n not sure. Whats the name o 1
Ill one leg named Wilson?
f Ile other leg?
Bowl for Health
Call for Reservations
2510 Hillsboro Dial 2-3533
Congratulations from your
WILSON UZZLE, INC.
Opposite Professional Building
PUROL PEP PRODUCTS
CHAS. W. SMITH, Prop,
Congratulations to the Compliments of
G"""""eS CITY SANDWICH
STATE DEPARTMENT Snnp
' All Kinds of
Dm' 5181 SANDWICHES : DRINKS
l23 North Salisbury Street and BARBECUE
Visi' Warren's Cafeteria
THE MANHATTAN Air Conditioned
Open All the Time
525 Hillsboro Street
C U R B S E R V I C E
Special 25C Plate Daily
Miss Nelson: Can you type?
Penn Hobbs: Yes mH.lll. I use the llolumllus sy I ni
Miss Nelson: What's that?
Pem: I discover a key, then land on it.
'roud Xlotlierz Yes. Shirley is taking l'1l't"I1l'll amrl ivtulllllll NI ginnl mm I III Nl
rnes in gemm-try, darling.
l24 Fayetteville Street
Raleigh, N. C.
Oak City Laundry
4-36 Suulli Salisliury Slreet
ODORLESS DRY CLEANING
Hats Cleaned and Blocked
Rugs Shampooed Phone 4478
BONDED TEBMITE INSULATION
333 FAYETTEVILLE STREET
RALEIGH, NORTH CAROLINA
The TOWN HOUSE
CHICKEN IN THE ROUGH
t Soxlfl Fountain - Curb Service
2510 Hillsboro Street OIU North Person Street
DIAL 2-0732 DIAL 57:54
Operated by Mus. J. A. CIIMLR1'
and Other Beauty Services
Odd Fellows Building
The Toddle House
"Home of the World's Best
Steaks and Ice Box Pies
603 Hillsboro Street
lunes: I certainly do miss Brown. Fino fellow---lie ue-ed In l,lll'UWN' lIimsell with such vigm I
c erything he Iindertmik. What happenea
Smith: He undertook to dig a well.
l Io llllll?
atlierz Who broke that chair in the parlor last eiening?
rances: ll just collapsed all of a sudden, lallier, luul ni-itlier of us was liurt.
SAINT MIIRY'S SCHOOL AND IUNIUR CUILEGE
MRS. ERNEST CRUIKSHANK, A.M., President
RALEIGH, NORTH CAROLINA
High school graduates are offered two years of Grade A College
Work. The Curriculum also includes IOth, llth, and I2th
grades of High School work.
All Academic Courses fully accredited by the Southern Association.
EXCELLENT COURSES IN ART, BUSINESS, EXPRESSION,
HOME ECONOMICS, AND MUSIC DEPARTMENTS
With Tuition Included in General Charge.
Twenty-acre Campus - Field Sports - Gymnasium - Tennis
Indoor Tiled Swimming Pool - Horseback Riding - Golf
Annual Sessions-Mid September to June
Provide Thirty-five Weeks of Classroom Work
WRITE A. W. TUCKER, Business Manager
for Catalogue and View Book
Market Service Station
228 East Martin Street
RALEIGH, NORTH CAROLINA
A Broughton IGHCIIPIYLI man-- complaim-'rl lo the rluctor that his liair was C,l out. MW
1 give me z-somethin to keen it in?" lie begrerl.
Q l I-
S ako thief' the doctor said kindly, and he hand:-Il tlir- le3l'llC1' a pill lrox.
arlz-s Houlclerz ll is u gxrvat mlny lor the- ravi'
Billy Kohn: What race?
Charles H: The human race
MITCHELL FUNERAL HOME
222 W. HARGETT STREET
HARLOWE W. MIMS, Manager
-DAMS air TERR
210 SOITH SALISBUIY STREET DIAL 2-33727
RALICIGH, NORTH CAROLINA
RALEIGH SCHOOL OF COMMERCE
An Accredited School of Stenotypy
Train, Slcnotype Secretaries. Steno-
lypc Court and Convention Report-
ers. Macliine liookkct-per-Typisls,
and Conmplorneter and Mime-ograph
Only experienced. college-'traim-tl in-
Arrnn-lors. IAIIPNI ollice n1:u'liinvs and
tlevim-s for training. Uruullxailm-s uni-
'c ' I' 'nr '--" ' rd 1 0-11 Ll i Iliilly
fum y s ussful .il o . 9 n 1
partx of tho ITnitwl Status. Low rates.
liirlx' lborinitory in exvlnxive rvsiden-
tml M-mation. Iunroll any time in this
inollm-rn M-hool whim-Ii offvrs lrninin
rnvvt thi- tl:-nrnndx of pn-st-iii-ilziy huxi-
nem 4-ttis-in-1:1141rziining' that brings
Tvlvpliolzc, II"riti', I'1'sfI
THE RALEIGH SCHOOL OF COMMERCE
II6 I-2 S. Salisbury Street Dial 99l6 Pine State Building
RALEIGH, NORTH CAROLINA
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Accredited Liberal Arts College for Women
l. Southern Association of Colleges and Secondary Schools H9213
2. American Association of University Women f1923j
fl. Association of American Universities lQ1928j
PROGRESSIVE educational program in terms of' personality development.
Distinguished record of student honors and achievement. Iflnfective honor
system. Excellent library facilities. Special advantages in art, music,
speech arts, home economics. Provision for supervised teaching in
AT'I'HACTlVIf location in Raleigh, Nthe educational center of the Statef,
Beautiful cam us of 182 acres. lVIodern fire Jroof dormitories, with
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generous provision for social activities.
REASONABLE rates--H6450 for the year
Wrile for catalogue and other information
CARLYLE CAMPBELL, President : Raleigh, N. C.
SMART 1 ALERT : DEPENDABLE
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SECRETARIAL and BUSINESS SCHOOL
Intensive and Practical Business Training
HIGH SCHOOL GRADUATES
HAHDBARGER BUILDING TELEPHONE 2-0628
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Marion: I caught my hoy friend flirting.
Helena: Well. how do you think I caught Billy?
Tom B: Are you the llronp from the troop?
Bill Dozier: No, I'm the champ from the camp.
PE CE JUNIOR COLLEGE
RALEIGH, NORTH CAROLINA
For the Education and Culture
of Young Women
I. JUNIOR COLLEGE WORK
a. Two Year Standard College Courses Which Permit Entrance
to Junior Class in All Our Leading Colleges and Universities
b. Two Year General College Courses
c. Two Year Courses with Home Economics Electives
ll. COMMERCE AND SECRETARIAL COURSES
a. One Year Commercial Course-Gregg System
b. Two Year Commercial Course-Gregg System
III. SPECIAL INDIVIDUAL COURSES IN ART, EXPRES-
SION, PIANO, VOICE, AND VIOLIN
An invitation is extended to all Morson and Broughton
girl graduates to investigate Peace before making
their plans to attend college. We have adequate
facilities for their comfort at Peace and our large
number of Raleigh girls in attendance from year to
year is a source of pride to us.
For Literature Address
WILLIAM C. PRESSLY, President
PEACE JUNIOR COLLEGE
RALEIGH, NORTH CAROLINA
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visions which precede the building, of
a successful business, and is a part of
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To those Staffs desiring complete co-
operation, we offer unexcelled service.
You too, may be proud of your
Correspondence is Invited
EDWARDS Sz BROUGHTON CO.
RALEIGH, NORTH cAnor.INA
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