Needham Broughton High School - Latipac Yearbook (Raleigh, NC)
- Class of 1943
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PUBLISHED BY THE SENIOR CLASS OF
NEEDHAIVI BROUGHTON HIGH SCHOOL
Raleigh, N. C.
SIBYL GOERCH. Editor CLOSSON ALLEN, Business Manager
KATHERINE POWERS, Advertising Manager
We are proud of our Broughton boys who have left our school with only courage
and determination in their hearts to fight a good iight. We at home have the un-
shakable faith and conviction that they will come back, and come back with bands
playing, flags waving, and victory in their songs.
We do not have all the boys' names on our service list, for many of them have gone
since the LATIPAC went to press. However we, the senior class of 1943, wish to honor
all the Broughton boys who have gone. To those whose names follow and to any
whose names have been omitted, we dedicate this
War Edition of the 1943 LATIPAC
in the service of the United States.
E non or no on E
Alexander, Marion Arthur
Alford, Lonnie R.
Andrews, Clifton Everette
Andrews, William Joseph
Armstrong, Ben Lindsey
Barbour, William Samuel
Barrow, Richard Dowell
Blake, Claude E.
Blanchard, Lawrence E., Jr
Bowden, Henry C.
Campbell, Paul P.
Cates, Harrell Grady
Clifton, Robert Lacy
Cole, Thomas VVilmer
Collins, Rex Atrix
Conrad, Carroll McGee, Jr.
Craig, Clifton M., Jr.
Craig, William Thurston
Daughtry, Garland P.
Daughtry, Glenn Culbreth
Daughtry, Joseph Sutton
Davis, Foy Farley
Douglas, Harry Wooten
Ferguson, Warren Sumter
Foster, Albert W.
Foster, John M.
Fyne, Joe J.
Gill, Andrew Buddy
Gould, Michael Andrew
Guyton, Robert Delmar, Jr.
Hailey, William Thomas
Harris, William Oliver
Haskins, Kenneth Edward
Hawkins, VVilliam E.
Hicks, Greig Lee
Hinton, Richard S.
Hobbs, Graham K.
Hodge, Ray Daniel
Hodges, Dan M., Jr.
Holloway, William Ennest
Houlder, Charles Edward
Howell, Frank H., Jr.
Howell, Gordon B.
Howell, William P.
Hunter, John Blake
Jeffries, William LaVerne
Jenrette, J. M., Jr.
Johnson, Ervin M., Jr.
Joslin, John Devereux
Kohn, Martin B.
Kuhn, Frank R., Jr.
Latham, John Roy, Jr.
Ledford, Raymond Bruce
Lemon, Auston C.
Little, Roy J., Jr.
Lloyd, Fred Robert
Martin, Elbert E., Jr.
Martin, W. T.
Massey, Bruce F.
Massey, Cecil S., Jr.
Matthews, Murphy Neal
McLean, Jake F.
Meade, Shelton Clifton
Meade, Vernon Preston
Middleton, David L.
Mills, W. Hardy
Mitchell, Richard H.
Mims, Douglas R.
Moore, Paul M.
Moore, Philip Curtis
Moore, Ralph Lee
+McInnes, Julius C,, Jr.
Ott, Bobby Lee
Pagner, James, Jr.
Pate, Harold J.
Park, Benjamin Franklin
Pattshall, Henry David
Pearce, James Bruner
Peatross, Oscar Franklin
Pike, Carl W.
Phillips, Carey Alvin
Ponton, D. R.
Reavis, Nathan R., Jr.
Riddle, Ernest Martin
7'Indicates casualties as of April 15, 1943.
Riddle, Thomas Peyton
Roberts, Frank E.
Roberts, Eugene Huntley, Jr
Rowald, Creston Henry, Jr.
'fRowland, C. A.
Russell, Charles R.
Sanders, Thomas B.
Sapp, Carl F.
Sauls, Gordon Gale
Schmidt, Robert Perry
Shaw, VVilliam Jerry, Jr.
Shepherd, John Paul
Shuford, Forrest H., III
Smith, Alex T.
Smith, George H.
Smith, John R.
Smith, Willis, Jr.
Stevens, Donald Allen
Stewart, Walter Grover, Jr.
Terrell, Benjamin Park, Jr.
Thomas, VV. T.
Thompson, James Addison
Thompson, Richard W.
Thompson, YVillis Henry
Townes, Thomas F.
Tucker, Adam Reynold, Jr,
YVard, James Hugh
Warner. Robert H.
VVestbrook, Oliver Allen, Jr.
YVilliamson, Bailey Peyton
Williamson, Carl L.
Williamson, Kenneth Scott
Willey, YVhitmel Stalin, Jr.
Willy, Harold Lee
Wilson, Barrett D.
VVilson, John R.
VVilson, Hugh H., Jr.
VVood, Paul K.
WVorth, .George VV.
Wooten, Lewis E., Jr.
VVrenn, Grover Cleveland
XVright, R. L.
The Editorial Staff of THU LATIPAC has planned the annual. The members are: Nancy
Westbrook. Miss Nancy Hurge, mlviserg Dorothy Swain, Siliyl Coerc-li, Dot Peebles. Tornmii
Cates, Anne Carter, ,lean Rhodes, Sylril Brooks, Sarah Ur-sern,
Erlitor-iii-Chief. Simi, Goiilicug Business .Ualzagelx
Crossow Amuwg and Arlzwrrising Jlmiager.
KATHEKI N H Pow l-IRS.
The 1943 LATIPAC stall' was divided
into two groups----the editorial staff and
the business stall. The editorial staff,
advised by Miss Nancy Burger, was
composed of nine senior girls who
worked diligently during the last
semester of school. They had many
troubled hours while copying rolls,
Writing features, eollet-ting interesting
material, typing, and sorting out and
After cutting and recutting according
to government orders, we have presented
you a War Edition of the l943 LATIPAC,
preserving in words and pictures the
story of how Broughton students lived
a year when their country was at war.
'PHE I943 LATIPAU
The l.,A'1IPAC is in four main divisions:
Administration and Faculty, Classes,
Sibyl Goerch, as Editor-in-Chief, has
made an effort to have everything up to
date and better than ever before.
The business staff is divided this year
for the first time into a business group,
led by Closson Allen, and an advertising
group, led by Katherine Powers. lVlr.
G. E. Crawley advised the business staff.
The business group kept account of all
financial matters while the advertising
group solicited and collected for the
The snapshots, contributed by stu-
dents, have helped in presenting a more
complete picture of our school life.
Miss Laura Helen Paschal was photo-
graphic adviser for the LATIPAC.
Mr. John lVIinter, of Edwards Sz
Broughton Co., has worked with all the
groups and helped them to put their
ideas together to give you this book.
This staff is grateful for his aid.
The Raleigh merchants have helped
Hnance this 1943 edition of the LATIPAC
by buying advertising space. Their ad-
vertisements may be found in the back
of this book.
The advertising and business staff of THE LATIPAC has kept a record of all receipts and
obtained advertisements from various Raleig
h merchants. The members are: Nancy West-
brook. ,lean Thomas, Mary Badger Wetmore, Tommie Cates. Hannah Davis, Katherine Powers,
Closson Allen, Mr. G. E. Crawley, Aflviserg Beverly Caudle, Betsy Carter, Barbara Thomas.
Sybil Brooks, Sarah Desern, Charlotte Fulks,
,lean Norwood, Jimmy Allen, ,lollnny Williamsliri.
Al Burden, Anne Carter. Katherine Klyman, Doris Linzey. Bill Bell, Frank Anderson.
MR. .llCSSli 0. Sftmiifziasox. Superirzterulezil
lttth-igti City St-Imtils
The Natimiul ljiiic-rgc-m-y has aflvvtecl the life-
of every man. tsmmiii. and t-hilcl in this vouiitry
With the help and lIllllt'l'SlltIltllllg1 of an unusually tht
fine adiuinistratiml, llowvwr, any organization - , I
can he made to run lillhllllllly. Rrltill and umnncn
. atntl unit lor c'olu1'6-cl. Th
llilX'6 lwvn called from l"Vl'l'y walk ol
litkf to defend the ideals of llBITlUt'I'ill'y.
Si-hunts, as well as other proliossimis,
hun' lic-lt and lf-el th:-sv c-IT:-vts.
l'lt'lll'l1ill't of last year tht' ltult-igh
City St-lionls uelconwil a nt-xx superin-
lm-iich-iil. Nlr. SilIlLlPl'SUlI. Uui' st-tmnl.
Nvvclliaiu Broughton. lwgun in Svptvni-
Iwi' without 25 of last ft'ill'iS tr'zu'lwrs.
Sinw 5lAlJlf'ItllJ91' we haw lust fin- nf nur
llivulty. with two vntering the svi'x'im'e.
This means that many of our ll'ill'llt'I'S
vuint- tn Hroughtoit for tht' first tiinf- thi,
Alllltlllglll the first vitim-n of our
st-huol, Mr. Jesse 0. Salitilmsnii, has lM'0ll
liercv only a croiiipurativvly short limo.
hz- has heunme the friend anal stippurtvr
ni' vvvry Broughton student. Mr.
Saildersmi supervisvs ten grunnnai'
st-linnls for whit? Flllltlffxll. fuur for
tllrvc- high schools for wliitsf- t'lIlltll'Pll.
i 6 total l'llI'UllItll'lll ul'
ll f '---I3 was
xsv st-tmnls fm' the school yet ' IJLZ l
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t ' X serv l5 princi mls and 239 leavin-
1-rs 1-inpluy ml.
BOARD UF 'l'IiUS'l I' his
NIR. H. A. Hr:l.1v1s
'l'lw eight people who mel as necessity de-
manded and handled the routine business and
discussed plans for the improvement of the
school system made up the school board. The
following vocations are represented on our school
hoard: Mrs. 0. F. NlcCrary is a home makerg
Mayor C. H. Andrews is mayor of Raleighg Mrs.
W. li. Ayvock is secretary for Associated Chari-
ties in the cityg Mr. Leroy Martin is a bankerg
Ur. Y. M. Hicks is an eye specialistg llr. A. K.
I'c-arce is an engineerg Dr. A. C. Campbell is
doc-tor for State College and has ofhees in the
4-ilyg Mr. J. U. Sanderson. superintendent ol'
Mr. H. A. Helms, principal of l,l20 students
at Broughton, worked to improve the understand-
ing between parents, teachers, and pupils. He
introduced new courses in the curriculum that
would be of aid during the war. He spent his
time wisely, and he stood for what was right.
The students have learned to love and respef-t
their easy going principal.
Mr. J. F. Bryant, as Business Manager, has
handled the order for books, instructional sup-
plies, school equipment, and has had charge of
the upkeep of all the svhool buildings and
grounds in the city" for the past nine years.
,lust before the LATIPAC went to press, it was an-
nounced that Mr. Bryant would resign his posi-
tion at the end of the school term.
MR. J. F. BRYANT. 1illSiI1PSS Mmzrzger
Raleigh City Schools
. . . A BEAUTIFUL B ILIII G
The fundamentals used in the making of an accredited high school are a beautiful
building, a good faculty, and a cooperative student body. Needham Broughton has
these three qualifications.
Due to the increasing number of high school students in Raleigh, another high
school, Needham Broughton, was built in 1929. lt was named for Needham B.
Broughton, a prominent business man of the city.
During its fourteen years of existence, the school has made many contributions to
the educational life of Raleigh. Its graduates, leaving the school with the ability
to render varied services, have taken their places in the public life of' the city,
state, and entire nation.
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Vile studied at Broughton. Perhaps our parents will never believe it, ana per fig Y ,
h 't' but We went to Classes anvway and pursued our studies with the vim and
l ha us our report
cards will never s ow 1 , , , '
vigor that only Broughton students ever acquire.
When spring arrived, we held some of our classes out ol' doors under the shade ol the trees
we planted Arbor Day. A few ol us decided that our selleflule was entirely too long and tried
the proverbial ucut" or Nsriapf hut alter at session in our hardest vlass, the Detention Hall, we
always cleeicled that the regular schedule was much nirer.
Swiifzr Class f,'fnl'Q'I'S, left In riglzl: llo Newvoilllw. sl'l'Qll'itItl-ill-
arxnsg Hilman 'illHll1lll5. avril-taryg Ur. fl, lf. lfmwlvv. aulviwrg
.lolin Vfilliunlson, pri-siclvntg xlEll'lllll i'li1ll1l'i4'li, tri-asnrm-r: Billy
Krnyon, vice prvsitlvntg r'c'ntr'r, Mascot liiltlit- Cfruwle-y.
lioinplvting six yi-urs ol' lliflll 5l'll0Ul lift-. tln-
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SPIIIUI vluss of .l9l.x Mllll lfm IIll'lIIll0l'S Imls ltw
alma mats-r il linul mlivn. During tht- yn-ar, rnany
se-niors llzuc' left tlic svllool to allvml otlui
svllools. to vntvr vollegv, to join soint- plum- ol
tlw arnwcl form-S, or to liliiff war jolbs.
It is truu that this your at lgl'0llglll0Il has lwon
different in many respects. XVith the country
at. war, naturally, the class of 743, along with this
entire student body, has ft-lt the lITlPOI'liiIlL'9 of
preparerlness. Thu boys have taken ca
some of the girls have stuclivfl homo nursing
lmvf: lu-Hn au-tive in both school unfl mmf
orgzlnizutions. wllllc llzlrrffttsn was givvn a
svnior vlass play on April 30, IU-1453. Ycs, lmy
1-omlmining plvusurc and lmrfl work this grouy
ol' gl'itfllIill6S has slim-ccclcfcl in making Broughton
u finer alncl frivncllivr si-hool.
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' Buncuss, EDITH LEE
A-dansa, a-data' . . . mechanical draw-
ing . . . me shoes . . . coqtiette.
313111, going to have a flannel, . .
knitting . . . Brantleyfs.
CA MPB1-:I.L, ELIZABI-1'l'1I
Horse laughing . . . tennis raelrets
. . . angora sweaters . . . 'cI.ib.',
CARTIQR, lx1ll,DRED Aww
Knitting sweaters . . . when-ing gum
. . . "This Love of Minev . . . '4Toni.,'
Koberfs little woman . . . licorice
sticks . . .
black hair . . . J0l'fl!lII,S.
'hiv xv-+0 . V
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3 f f
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Spanish senorita . . . sparkling while
teeth . . . captivating smile . . .
. CANDLE, BEVERLY
Hugh Morson . . . chocolate-covered
cherries . . . red . . . little feet.
Five yards of tape . . . playing
sweater girl . . . page boy . . .
Amlmssador usher . . . forever grin-
ning . . . objeet of our teasing . . .
Toe-headed . . . lyping experl . .
CORDON, BETSEY LONDON
Little wool dresses . . . bubbling over
. . . Carolina week-ends . . . ufire-
Selling furniture . . . pin-stripe
drapes . . . zvreclfless driving . . .
Model young lady . . . stockings . .
sweet personality . . .
Wl'l'L7h'l6.VS driving . . . love birds . .
sly as a fox . . . giggling.
Crinning . . . lrlond girls . . . yellow
blue .sweaters . . . sweet.
1, . , ,As
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First row: Second row:
DENNY, BETTY ' FERGUSON, EMILY
Pitchers on ribbon . . . plaid suits Chatterbox . . . confusing lassie . . .
. . . the judge's daughter . . . quiet. taking up tickets . . . "emp."
DESERN, SARAH FERRELL CARL
Shy smiles . . . helping hand . . . Resemfd gentleman ' - ' typing ' ' '
quieblike . . I seamstfesst wrapping packages . . . D. E. Class.
DILLON, C. A. FISHER,'HILBERT ,
Eating onions . . . blue Chevrolets 2iZZZein'Tn?aji4i2nljLfiu?'ggflzgjtfwfeiui
. . . Kay Kyser . . . State. ..Hilb0',,
DIXONA BIDNEY FLEETWOOD, SETH
Collecting horses . . . sincere and Righbhand mem . . I glee elub I . .
neat . . . Siler City . . . receptionist. Spectator n . I quiet we,ke.r.
ETHERIDGE., DONALD FLOWERS, SHIRLEY
Broughton,s Harry James . . . scout "Back home at New Bern" . . . always
work . . . playboy . . . "Don.', singing . . . sports,
Ciggling . . . potato chips . . . "The
Swinging Doors" . . . "Honeybunch."
Piano player . . . blue limousine . .
neat clothes . . . "Maggie"
"Why Donitcha Do Righti' . . . dark
lips . . . cracked specs . . . "can-can."
Ecerybody's friend . . . Broughton
Briefs . . . going places . . . vivacious
Neatness itself .
. . . "my cowfv . ,
. posting posters
Q 0 O U I I I I O I O O I I
jim ' ar,
I I I C 0 I U Q
First row: Second rozv:
CRAY, TURNER HAWKINS, .IUHN
Baseball manager . . . rrifw ful . . . Sorla jerking . . . golf rlubs .
growling . . . Sorla- Shop. junior basketball . . . c'.lr1r'l.'1'1r.7'
Cmxml-1, ALICE JANE HENDERSON, Rlclmlm
Little anrl Cuff' . . . jingling heart
. . , Bent-ill fonrlers . . . nl lim- at Jrm's,,
bracelet . . . ribbons . . . ejirtvnt. S
. . . Black-Jack . . . nylIlIb'l'l'.,
' ' HENIIIXIX, ARTHVR
" h t H 'l W U . . . ""l'.' ,, . ,,
ttf' t,,,,51tg TW fmt - - .
' " ' ' ' ' ' ' joking . . . recorfls . . "1'1fth.,,
Hmnncx, BIARTHA ,
, , HICKS, BETTY JAN:-1
Aluays busy . . . plaul slrirts . 4 U .
nose for mm-S i . . ffjlvggyjf 'My brothers . . , sturlyrng al thru:
. . . selling records . . . Stalin
7 H:xRR.E1,1., JEAN
Quiefas' axcnause . . . writing slzorl- HOULUICR, RlI'llllI4I
hand . . . altentivu student . . . Freclfles. .. c'Athlcti1:Ili-lVo1v.s,7 . . .
frikmlly. nurse,s training . . . "C1ttic.7,
H U N1'r3n,, N A N 11 Y
Sweet and inllustrivins . . . guorl
soprana . . . true blond . . . nlflllllllf,
Eleven miles a rlay bilrz' rirlz' . . . I fl
in calistlzenics . . . pleasant but quiet
. . . "Eri.',
Humax, J1 Nr:
llranzatic I1l71bI.11'0IIS . . . bangs . .
willy nilly . . . Bob.
H x LTO N, Mfumm
Dean Ellingtonis secretary . . . nmuvlly
jewelry . . . a good frienrl . . . genial.
Charming smile .... w ufvvt 1n1if'v . .
excellent student . . . rlignifiwl.
First row :
fraternity pin . . . State dances . . .
f "K "Buzz."
Before dawn paper route . . . help-
ing Mrs. Joyner . . . forever happy
. . . stage crew.
Nonchrzlant . . . "Turkey Talku . .
varying coiffeurs . . . plumes.
Saerihced fourteen men for defense
. . . good alto . . . frank and earnest
. . . our pal.
Determined worker . . . typing and
shorthand . . . red jackets . . . sweet.
Winning smile . . . telling jokes . . .
hunting fan . . . '4Bobby.,'
Twinkling eyes . . . dimples . . .
lazy walk . . . steady.
Pink angora . . . '4Blondie,, .
Dan's secretary . . . Buck.
Debating . . . "reservation check
number 64" . . freckles.
Mischievous eyes . . . our pal . . .
toting mah Shotgun . . , lwookroom.
Third row .'
Fraternity pin . . . operatic vocalist
. . . beauty de-lux . . . State.
KUTZ, ANNA LOU
Patsy and Anne . . . all for State . .
LA VVIBERT, CHARLES
Jlaster of Ceremonies . . . draft board
. . . good looking suits . . . Hi-Y.
Football . . . Mickey Rooney . .
impressing the girls . . . 'cllankf'
Simple and sweet . . . unassuming
. . . picture post cards . . . white
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hi I O I Q U I I O O 0 U l O .
First row: Seconrl row: Tllirll f0ll'.'
LINZRY, DORIS BIARSHBVRN, SIIERIA v AIIDDLICTON, NIARY SUE
Droo 1' sweaters . . . s ees long Beautiful lzair . . . selling mls . . . real Sr'holo.stir revorcl . . . giggling
I, . ,, p . . . ,
bearls . . . "My Bill. dresses . . . friendly smile. .'U1r111'l0 B001-' Club . . . Chlllll
LOVE, AMUSTEAD BIARTIN, PANbY Mlrcm-1I., CIQORCE
Lvtm' feet I ' . ffbmmfe wabbitsv Real lzearl . . . ff4'f'fIlUS '. q., . future Frank .Il1!ll1l16'f . . .Ypovunding 0
. . . Brother Lore . . . notebooks. h0"'1"'mlfUV ' - - RUSH" f.VlWll'f1ll"AS - - - D- 11- UHSS-
ILNDY BETTY BIASSICY, LAURA Mom, GRANT
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A . The Nazw' . . . lzolne for lnnfli . , . Thru' lmlllcs of milk , . . Sghool
All rounrl sport . . . summer camping - ' H .4 V g . ,, ' , , Q
jmnk and friend! ,.Lund,,, notes in clam . . . bh0llll'. .Slow . . . lmnrlful of .straus
' ' ' 'V ' ' ' l' brlslfellulll.
MAXWELL, BETSY DELI.
MCC1-1512, NADINE V l A ,, MOORE, LACY
, l Peaches and meant . . . lmnze ef:
T- DUUFY - ' qslofkmgs ' - - lfaflfmg apron strings . . . lrnillerl sweaters liasliful . . . library assistant
gal - - - fashwn lender- . . . squealcing. 1'vtc'rir1arian . . . freckles.
IWAIILER, BARBARA BIEARS, BIARTHA Moomz, PAUL
Vivian Lee . . . tepid glances . . Clenzson Sponsor . . . quiet, :lease S1l'l'IIll'I' girl . . . Slate Colle e second
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out of this world . . . all exccllents. . . . soft blue . . . ktttens. svrneslcr . . . the gurls loc dated
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First row: Second row:
MORGAN, DUKE NORWOOII, JACK
Trig worries . . . geometry . , . Ralph Always supposing . . . scratchy hand
Parks . . . flyini. writing . . . T. Dorsey competitor.
MORGAN, JIM NORWOOD, JEAN
Bashful . . . good student . . . "Jamie Charlottels chum . . . potato chips
Boyn . . . friendly. . . . giggling . . . 'cLittle Bitf,
NAPOWSA, VIVIAN PADCE-TT, WILLIAM
Well-dressed . . . long curly hair . . . .lovial . . . sauve . . . el cabellero
soft features . . . army. . . . heavy eyebrows . . . 'cliillfl
NEWCOMB, ALLAN PAGE, ERNEST
Decorating for a dance . . . blue Miss Pennyls "yes', man . . . cool
sweater . . . boogie-woogie . . . "Bef, and collected . . . boy scouts.
NICHOLSON, MARY ALLEN PATTEN, BILL
"Part little squirtv . . . Richlamls Pencil rapping . . . long strides . . .
. . pretty in red . . . '4Nielc." boy's boy . . . peroxide.
Third row .'
Sophisticated . . . accent . . . eager
for action . . . c'Yankee.,,
News and Observer . . . ready to
serve . . . getting things done . .
PEEBLES, MARY LOUISE
Five and ten . . . gentle and kind
. . . very quiet . . . button.
Flying lesson . . . impressive writ-
ing . . . Library fiend . . . "first
C.A.A. prexy . . . looking for Mrs.
Bray . . . friendly smiles . . . major-
I O I
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First row: Second row:
PERRY, JEAN REYNOLDS, DONDTHY
Charming smile . . . blond perfection
. . . Girl Reserves . . . vollars.
Swimming . . . junky locker . .
coca-colas . . . "second stoogef,
PERRY, RAYMOND RHODES, JEAN
Florida sunshine . . . 'Sheight' of
character . . . blue eyes and rosy
Orchestra . . . quiet and industrious
. . . big brown eyes . . . mathemati-
PICKETT, FLoYD ROY, PATTIE
Singing blues . . . long waisted
dresses . . . Hi-Yls choice . . , 66PlIl.,,
Outspolfen philosopher . . . sleaveless-
sweaters . . . clean-upper in the cafe-
Ieria . . . "Pick"
POWERS? KATHERINE ST. LAWRENCE, Bos
Plaid shirts girl trouble .
Friendly . . . knitting needles . . - ' ' ' L' -X ,
waiting for Joe ' ' D ..KaL,, dramatics . . 'Mzamahf
RAND, CALVIN SAUNDERS, CHARLES
"Mr, Five by Fivev . . . slow but Working boy . . . every hair in
sure . . . surprising voice . . . clerking. place . . . solitude.
Third row .'
Late for vlass . . . blue-eyed blondes
. . . all round sports . . . carrots.
Senior Life Saver . . . quiet and
sweet . . . little girlls camp favorite.
Colden hair . . . social register . .
witty erarlfs . . . uthird stoogef,
Wintlbrealrers . . . expressions . .
grade worries . . . Lib.
Intellectual power . . . blond curls
. . . handsome soldiers . . . movies.
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Our president . . . I'IlQl'lII!Il1f . . .
Brrfttglztonfv gvnllenmn . . . 65177111.55
Pipes . . . boogzfe-Ilroogic' . . . 1,0IIll'l'0j'
Smith . . . 'ggeniausf'
Sum II, ALICIA:
Bunn transfer . . . high itlvnls .
guorl postzzrff . . . llfH!'l4l'IIl.
Typist . . . fltvllrlly slr1l'l4'.v . .
gvrzwnzts 111111 helpful . . . quivt.
Sm TIIIRII. Duma
Frienzlly I'lIIII'!Il'ff'l' . . . IIIiIII!'0gI'IIlll1-
ing mul Y-Ylllhllg . . . lung rurls . . .
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SPILNCIALII, CRAIIAM SWAIN, DOROTHY
Pvrsrmtzlity plus .... I linging IJ!IS1i'f"f4 Cheerful greetings . . . Frank Sormtra
balls . . . "I llretznz of Jennie" . . . . . Davirfs nurse-nznirl . . . f'H1c'1'er1f'y.
S"AcI1R VIRGINIA .
I , Phrtrmary No. 2 . . . .sleeveless
,flttlmrn lmir . . . studying chemistry sweaters . . . vomit' .strip artist . . .
. . . pearls . . . gEDHlSEy'.,, blue eyes.
STIIART, JIZRQMII TAYLOR. .1015
Zoot suits . . . rvtl :mtl blue shoes . . . jamming ll10j'fl'P . . . double tullf . .
jllll'l'III1HgilIg . . . 'AHot Shot." jerlrirzg sollas . . . 12'sq11irc'.
SI1"I'ox. l3I:'rTI' THOXIXS, BARRAR-I
!,10I'l,14'l'lllI.llIl .wuhz'1' . . . let's zlanmf Pleasfng persorzallty .... 9 0lllIfSI1.t'lIff'fI
. . . filtwl slfirts . . . ,ff-TlIIH'S. . . . lore' for horses . . . jurlfets.
Sl 'l"lUY. NANCY Tumus. IIIIAIAY
flllflllj' rnttnlvr . . . tlzuse spe'rtr1t'lI's Kitterzs . . . Hrolzghtvrfs hrs! lady
. . . 111771-1111-Y . . . fV!lIlh'II6'SS. . . . rhonolate Hilfe' . . . 111119.
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Homeroom troubles . . . knitted
sweaters . . . slap-happy . . . aWeezie."
Roseville week-ends . . . storkings
at Wards . . . elfish . . . "Dot.,,
Lotsa' skirts and sweaters . . . writing
notes . . . blue eyes . . . moonstones.
Real shirts . . . driving the ford . . .
looking for Kat . . . 6'BuCk.,,
WATK'NSf LILA So t slzoe dance goorl spor
Flowers in her hair . . . pots and pans ramp experienees t e
. . . long sleeved blouses . . . library. gzr
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Firsl row: WILSON, MARGARET
Determination anzl ambition . . .
study marries . . . light fnnrastir
Cnr rnpar-ity fourteen, people . .
air rnimlell . . . lo the point . .
lflIlf'h':J!1Ch'.. .I . zlrazvirlg airplanes mt, I ' ' l,,,,,,pm1,m,S. ff5f,,4,,'4,j,
. . . Gay Nlllf'll0.S' . . . mzzfy 1111111
W S XVILSON, NIAHY HELEN llrmnerisms . . . Hi-Times . . . long
ILDI-IR, ANI swenfurx . . . Wilnzinfftun.
. A St'Ilfl.'IlIl'l1IlIl music' . . . hll7llbLlfgl'l'S U
Tenth grarle lung of hearts V. . . goorl . . D ,,h,',. l,l0,1H,l, I , 1 4-Smijeyy
naturezl . . . Pos! Tonsfzes . . . WUUHZN, ROBERT
SiHllH11Illl1P.,, , , , , , ,
Tzezrlzn-1 vlzam . . . fl lolta vrzn . .
b v SL bi!
Q I gone- to Maze . . Bobby.
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WlI.I,IAMSON, JOHNNY W1l.soN, ROBERT WORLLLY, SARAH
Hi-Y room . . . leruler of Nour gang" Anzbassmlor usher .... Q tzulious . . Wlltrhing lmsketboll games . . . piano
. . . slow anal easy . . . politician. neu! typing papers. 1'l11xsl'r's ...smiling eyes . , . "Mzsslef'
5- s.kg 'iiliilhr Q , 3 RV!" .
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First row: YRLVERTON, BRTSY PAUL
Fast c0n,versation,s . . . Cul? lmir . . .
WORTII, NIARGUERITE on me gl, ' . ' people.
Our belle . . . bzcyclmg . . . lmslzful YELVERTONH CARL
but beautiful . . . rrzgamufns.
Puller boy . . . Atlas MUl.Il6l1f Smnon uL"m-U
. . . srmrly hair.
WRIGHT, GEORGE VERNON
Rosy cheeks . . . musical family . . . Iiuilrling zlzlngs .... Q nap box zlerbles Black
morlel A . . . Missomi. . . . 14701711911 notelmolrs . . . I.ll!lIlSII'l0llS, lmzch
psy' STRONG AND 1
Bf0llgllf0fI,S wit . . . squealrizzg
811083 . . . Iillll1fl1l0ll,S rlm-ln . . .
lznir . . . going lmme ln
. . scribbling notes .... Q hy.
Little Theater 4, 5, Secretary 4, President 5, Junior-
Senior 4, Junior Dramatics Club 2, 3, Latin Club
2, 3, Spanish Club 4, Glee Club 2, Radio Club 4,
Chairman, LATIPAC 5, Business Manager, Science Club
2, Debating 4, Vice President, Band 2, 3, 4, Operetta
1, Boy Scouts 1, 2, Junior Play 4, 5, National Honor
Society 4, 5, President 5, State Music Festival 2,
Broughton Revue 5, Golden Masquers 4, 5, Contest
Play 5, Senior Play 5.
Spanish Club 3, 4.
JIMMY W. ALLEN
President Eighth Grade, Sergeant-at-Arms Sophomore
Class, Senior Superlative, Wit, Junior-Senior 4, Junior
Dramatics Club 4, Spanish Club 3, Treasurer 3, Glee
Club 5, Boys' Literary Society 3, Sergeant-at-Arms 3,
Junior Hi-Y 2, 3, Treasurer 2, Vice President 3,
Science Club 1, Hi-Y 5, Football 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, Letter-
man 2, 3, 4, 5, Captain 3, 5, Hi-Y Minstrel 5, Boy
Scouts 1, Monogram Club 3, 4, Broughton Revue 5,
Little Theater 5.
Treasurer Junior Class, Marshal, 5, Clhief, Latin
Club 2, Boys' Literary Society 4, Junior Hi-Y 3, Hi-Y
4, 5, Vice President 5, Central Bank 3, Swimming
3, 4, Hi-Y Conference 5, Boy Scouts 1, 2, 3, 4, Hi-Y
Minstrel 5, Spanish Club 5, Broughton Revue 5.
Junior-Senior 4, Latin Club 2, 3, Spanish Club 4, 5,
Girls' Literary Society 3, Vice President 3, Girl Re-
serves 1, 2, Science Club 3, Girls' Athletic Association
1, Office Assistant 5, First Aid 5.
GLORIA VANN BATCHELOR
Little Theater 5, Junior Dramatics Club 2, 3, Spanish
Club 4, Typing Club 4, Girls' Literary Society 3, Girl
Reserves 1, Girls' Athletic Association 1, Washington
Little Theater 5, Typing Club 3, Girl Reserves 4, 5,
Service Flag 5, Science Club 1, 2, Junior Play 5, Contest
Play 5, Golden Masquers 5.
Hi-Y Minstrel 5, Queen of Hearts Court 5, Junior-Senior
4, Spanish Club 4: Candid Camera Club 2, Eighth
Grade Chorus 1, Hi-Y 5, Football 5, Manager, Hi-Y
Conference 5, Boy Scouts 1, 2, Broughton Revue 5,
Wakelaun High School 1, 2, Philanthropic Society 1, 2,
Basketball 1, 2, Glee Club 1, 2, Science Club 1, 2,
District Music Festival 2, Soloist, State Music Festival
Harman High School 1, 2, 3, 4, Secretary and Treasurer
2 3 4, Girl Reserves 5, Glee Club 2, 3, 4, Girls'
Association 1, 2, Library Assistant 4, West
Virginia Club 4.
Boy Scouts 4, Eagle, National Honor Society 4, 5, Latin
Club 2, 3, Junior Dramatics 1, 2, 3, Typing Club 3,
Science Club 1, Little Theater 4, 5, Jr. Play 4, 5,
Student Council 5, Chairman of Citizenship Committee 5.
JOHN BOYKIN, JR.
French Club 2, 3, Basketball 4, 5, Boy Scouts 1, 2, 3.
Jr. Dramatics Club 2, Glee Club 1, Hi-Y 5, Baseball 5.
Latin Club 3, Typing Club 3, 4, 5, Girl Reserves
3, 4, 5, HI'-Times 5, Girls' Athletic Association 1, 2, 3,
Drill Team 3.
Student Council 5, House Committee 5, Little Theater
5, Jr. Dramatics Club 2, Latin Club 2, 3, Spanish Club
4, 5, Glee Club 1, 2, 3, Typing Club 4, 5, Girls'
Literary Society 3, Girl Reserves 5, LATIPAC 5, Science
Student Council 5, Citizenship Committee 5, Calendar
Committee 5, Cheer Leader 4, 5, Junior-Senior 4, Little
Theater 4, 5, Jr. Dramatics Club 1, 2, 3, Latin Club
2, 3, Spanish Club 4, 5, LATIPAC 5, Science Club 1, 2,
Jr. Play 4, 5, Broughton Revue 5, National Honor
Society 4, 5, Vice President 5, Spanish Conversation
Club 5, Superlative, Scholarship, Golden Masquers 5,
Sr. Play 5.
EDITH LEE BURGESS
Student Council 1, 4, Representative 1, 'House Committee
4, Little Theater 5, Jr. Dramatic Club 2, 3, Spanish
Club 4, Girls' Literary Society 3, Hi-Times Press Club
3, Secretary 3, Science Club 1, 2, Girls' Athletic As-
sociation 1, Junior Play 4, 5, Girl Scouts 1, 2, S.l.P.A.
Convention 3, Broughton Revue 5, Senior Play 5,
Golden Masquers 5.
Central Jr. High School, Greensboro 1, 2, Girl Reserves
1, 2, Glee Club 1, Camera Club 2, Broughton Revue 4,
Little Theater 4, Spanish Club 3, 5.
MARY ELIZABETH CAMPBELL
Student Council 5, Chairman lntra-mural Sports Com-
mittee 5, Points Committee 5, Sergeant-at-Arms Junior
Class, Senior Superlative, Sports, Marshal 4, Junior-
Senior 4, Chairman Band Committee, Junior Dramatics
Club 3, Latin Club 2, 3, President 3, French Club 3, 4,
Girls' Literary Society 3, Science Club 1, 2, Marshal
Junior Play 4, New York Trip 4.
Marshal 5, Junior-Senior 4, Little Theater 4, 5, Treasurer
4, Junior Dramatics Club 2, 3, Latin Club 2, 3,
Spanish Club 4, Glee Club 2, Girl Reserves 1, 5, LATIPAC
3, 5, Science Club 1, 2, Girls' Athletic Association 1,
Drill Team 1, Sea Scouts 5, National Honor Society
4, 5, Secretary 5, Home Nursing 5.
Student Council 2, Representative, Senior Play 5,
Junior-Senior 4, Little Theater 5, Junior Dramatics
Club 2, Latin Club 2. 3, Typing Club 4, Girls' Literary
Society 3, LATIPAC 5, Girls' Athletic Association 1,
Girl Scouts 1, Junior Play 5.
Student Council 5, Representative, Little Theater 5,
Junior Dramatics Club 2, Latin Club 2, 3, Spanish
Club 4, Glee Club 2, 4, 5, President 5, Typing Club
3, 4, Girl Reserves 1, 5, Eighth Grade Chorus 1,
LATIPAC 5, Science Club 2, First Aid 5.
' JL Qbuzcfnltq.
Senior Play 5, Junior-Senior 4, Little Theater 5,
.lunior Dramatics Club 2, Latin Club 2, 3, Typing Club
4, Girls' Literary Society 3, Candid Camera Club 1, 2,
Orchestra 2, 3, LATIPAC 5, Girls' Athletic Association
1, Band 2, 3, 4, Girl Scouts 1.
.lunior Football 1, 2, Captain 2, Football 3, 4, 5, Base-
ball 3, 4, Basketball 1, 2, 3, Hi-Y 3, 4, 5, Sergeant-ab
Arms 5, Spanish Club 2, 3, President 3, Junior Literary
Society 2, Secretary 2, Boys' Literary Society 3, 4,
Junior Hi-Y 2, President 2, Home Room President
1 ,3, 4, 5, Typing Club 4, Student Council 5, Chair-
man of lntra-mural Sports Committee 5, Hi-Y Minstrel
4, 5, Page in General Assembly 3, 5, Chief Page 5,
Boxing 1, Hi-Y Conference 4, Carnival Court 4,
Junior-Senior 4, Sports Editor for LATIPAC 5.
Roxboro High School 1, 2, Spanish Club 3, 4, Girl
Reserves 3, 4, 5, Girls' Athletic Assocation 1, 2, Girls'
Literary Society 2, Secretary-Treasurer 2, Typing Club 2.
BETSEY LONDON CORDON
Student Council 5, Intramural Sports Committee 5,
Citizenship Committee 5, Jr. Cheer Leader 2, 3, Junior-
Senior 4, Little Theater 4, 5, Junior Dramatics Club
1, 2, 3, Latin Club 2, 3, French Club 4, 5, Girls'
Literary Society 3, Girl Reserves 1, 2, LATIPAC 4,
Science Club 2, Treasurer, Girls' Athletic Association
1, Drill Team 1, Junior Play 4, 5, Golden Masquers 5.
Spanish Club 4, 8th Grade Band 2, Candid Camera
Club 3, Band 2, 3, 4, Model Airplane Club 3, 4,
Secretary 4, Broughton Revue 5.
Spanish Club 3, 4, Secretary 4, Girl Reserves 1, Candid
Camera Club 2, Treasurer 2, Hi-Times 4, Advertising
Manager 4, Style Show 5, Distributive Education Class 5.
Spanish Club 1, 2, Typing Club 1, 2, Girl Reserves
1, 2, Hi-Times 1, Science Club 1, Girls' Athletic As-
sociation 1, Girl Scouts 1, Junior Girl Reserves 1,
LATIPAG 5, Home Nursing 5.
Little Theater 4, Spanish Club 3, Boy Scouts 1, 2.
Little Theater 5, Girl Scouts 1, Gastonia Junior High
1, Gastonia High 2, 3, Monitor 2, 3, Music Club 1, 2,
Vice President 2.
LATIPAC 5, Bethesda High School 1, 2, 3, 4, Girls'
Athletic Association 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, History Club 3, 4,
Secretary 3, Home Economics Club 3, 4, Glee Club
1, 2, 3, 4.
C. A. DILLON
Spanish Club- 4, Little Theater 4, 5, Student Council
2, 4, 5, Chairman of Grounds Committee 4, 5, Repre-
sentative 2, Latin Club 2, 3, Treasurer 3, Science Club
2, 3, Typing Club 3, Junior Play 5, Hi-Times 5.
Typing Club 3, Girl Scouts 3, Treasurer, Siler City
High School 1, 2.
Latin Club 1, Science Club 1, 2, Band 1, 2, 3.
Spanish Club 4, 8th Grade Band 1, Orchestra 2, 3,
Science Club 2, 'Hi-Y 5, Band 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, Football
4, Boy Scouts 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, Junior Assistant Scout
Master 5, Silver Bugle 5, Spanish Club 4, 5.
Student Council 4, 5, Audio-Visual Committee 4, 5,
Ticket Committee Chairman 5, Latin Club 2, 3, Spanish
Club 4, 5, Girls' Literary Society 3, Science Club 2.
Junior-Senior 4, Latin Club 1, Spanish Club 3, 4,
Treasurer 4, Candid Camera Club 1, 2, Science Club
1, 2, 3, Boy Scouts 1, 2, Patrol Leader 2.
Spanish Club 4, Science Club 2, Boy Scouts 1.
Little Theater 5, Glee Club 5, New Bern High School
1, 2, 3, 4, Girls' Basketball Team 1, 2, 3, 4, Girls'
Softball Team 1, 2, 3, 4, Girls' Tennis Team 1, 2, 3, 4,
Senior Play 4, Junior-Senior 4, Athletic Association
1, 2, 3, 4.
Student Council 2, Points Committee 2, Representative
2, Senior Superlative, Wit, Little Theater 3, 4, 5, Jr.
Glee Club 5, Typing Club 2, Vice President, Girl Re-
serves 2, Secretary, LATIPAC 5, Debating 1, 2, Secretary
2, Jr. Girl Reserves 1, Reynolds High School 1, 2,
Fayetteville High School 3, Music Revue 5, Marshal
Hi-Y Minstrel 5, Jr. Play 5, Golden Masquers 5, Queen
of Hearts Court 5.
Latin Club- 2, 3, French Club 4, 5, Glee Club 2, 3,
4, 5, Accompanist and Vice President 5, Girls' Literary
Club 4, Girl Reserves 2, Candid Camera Club 2, Science
Club 2, Girls' Athletic Association 1, Marshal Jr. Play
5, Student Council Congress 5, Girl Scouts 2.
Little Theater 5, Jr. Dramatics Club 3, Spanish Club
1, 2, Glee Club 5, Girls' Literary Club 3, Girl Reserves
4, LATIPAC 5, Science Club 2, Washington Trip 2, Girl
Scouts 1, Broughton Revue 5, Marshal Hi-Y Minstrel 5.
Student Council 4, 5, Publicity Committee 4, Chairman
Chapel C.0I'lllTl1l.tBC 5, Senior Superlative, Versatile,
Cheer Leader 4, 5, Jr. Cheer Leader 2, 3, Junior-Senior
4, Chairman Decorating Committee, Little Theater 4, 5,
Jr. Dramatics Club 1, 2, 3, President 2, Latin Club 3,
French Club 4, 5, Vice President 4, Glee Club 2, 3, 4,
Girls' Literary Society 3, Girl Reserves 1, 2, 4, LATIPAC
5, Editor-in-Chief, Hz'-Times Press Club 2, 3, Treasurer
2. Advertising Manager 3, President 33 Science Club
13 Girls' Athletic Association 13 Debating Club 43
New York Trip 4g Girl Scouts 1, 23 S.l.P.A. Convention
33 Junior Play 4, 53 State Music Festival 1, 23 Times
Column Editor 4, 53 Office Assistant 4, 53 Broughton
Revue 53 Golden Masquers 53 Senior Play 53 Honor
RUTH ANN GRAY
Student Council 3, 5, Representative 3, Chairman
Calendar Committee 53 Junior-Senior 43 Little Theater
4, 53 Jr. Dramatics Club 1, 23 Latin Club 3, 4, Secretary
33 Spanish Club 4, 53 Glee Club 23 Girl Reserves 1, 2,
Secretary 23 LATIPAC 33 Student Council Congress 53
Girl Scouts 13 Junior Play 4, 53 National Honor Society
5, SCCTCKHTYQ Spanish Conversation Club 53 Secretary
ALICE JANE GREENE
Student Council 5, Social Committee: Junior-Senior 4,
Chairman of Refreshments 43 Little Theater 53 Spanish
Club 4, 53 LATIPAC 53 George Washington High School
1, 2, 33 Metal Art Club lg Taxidermy Club 2, 3, Secre-
Jr. Dramatics Club 13 Latin Club 2, 33 Spanish Club
4g Girls' Literary Society 33 Girl Reserves 5.
Student Council 4, 5, Chairman House Committee 5,
Audio-Visual Committee 4, 53 Chairman of Defense
Stamp Sales 43 Latin Club 2, 33 French Club 4, 53
Glee Club 2, 33 Girl Reserves 3, 4, 5, Program Chairman
4g Hi-Times 5, Assistant Editor3 Treasurer Senior Class.
Little Theater 53 French Club 3, 43 Girl Reserves 1, 4, 53
Candid Camera Club lg Science Club 3g First Aid 5.
Student Council 3, 4, Secretary 3, Vice President 43
Marshal 53 Carnival Court 43 Junior-Senior 43 Latin
Club 2, 33 Boys' Literary Club 43 Junior Hi-Y 33 Hi-Y
53 Basketball 1, 3, 4, 53 Golf 43 Marshal Jr. Play 53
Student Council Congress 3.
Student Council 5, Representative3 Junior-Senior 43
Spanish Club 43 Hi-Y 53 Golf 4, lN'THl'l3gEl'Q Hi-Y Minstrel
53 Bradley High School, Pennsylvania, Basketball 33
St. Petersburg High School 13 Latin Club 2.
Greensboro Senior High 1, 23 Art Club 13 Latin Club
23 Treasurer of Freshman Class: Junior-Senior 33
Stage Crew 43 Model Airplane Club 53 Senior Play 5.
BETTY JANE HICKS
Jr. Dramatics Club 13 Eighth Grade Chorus 13 Girls'
Athletic Association 13 Latin Club 33 Little Theater 43
Hi-Times 4, 5.
Latin Club 13 Wilton High School 13 Jr. Social Club 13
Jr. Operetta 13 Jr. Play 13 Girls' Athletic Association
2, 3, 4, Vice President 43 Drill Team 33 Girls' Basketball
2, 3, 4.
Girl Scouts 1, 23 Student Council 53 Glee Club 1, 2, 3,
4, 53 Typing Club 43 Junior-Senior 43 Chapel Program
Committee 5, House Committee 53 Girl Reserves 53
Little Theater 53 Oliice Assistant 5.
Science Club 3.
Little Theater 53 Jr. Dramatics Club 2, 3, 43 Latin
Club 33 Spanish Club 43 8th Grade Chorus 23 Junior
Robert E. Lee High School 13 E. C. Glass High School
23 Girls' Athletic Association 33 Junior-Senior 43 French
Club 4, 53 Typing Club 4g Girl Reserves 4, 53 Office
Assistant 53 Chapel Committee 53 Student Council 5,
Knightdale High 1, 2, 33 Garner High School 53 Little
Jr. Dramatics Club 13 Spanish Club 3, 43 Girls' Literary
Society 33 Girl Reserves 3, 4, 53 Library Assistant 43
Office Assistant 53 Glee Club 33 Home Nursing 5.
Little Theater 4, 53 Spanish Club 3, 43 Candid Camera
Club 33 Band 3, 43 Stage Crew 4, 53 Stage Manager 53
Audio Visual Committee 53 Golden Masquers 5.
Student Council 1, Representativeg Jr. Dramatics Club
13 Latin Club 13 Little Theater 43 Glee Club 23 Hi-Times
53 Drill Team 33 Girl Scouts 1, 23 Band 33 Spanish
Club 53 Spanish Conversation Club 53 First Aid 5.
ETH EL JONES
Drill Team 1, 23 Girls' Basketball 23 Girl Scouts 1, 2, 33
Glee Club 2, 3, 4, 53 Girls' Trio 43 Girl Reserves 43
Typing Club 43 Science Club 23 State Musical Festival 4.
HINKY J OSLIN
Vice President Sophomore Class3 Sergeant-at-Arms
Freshman Class3 Monogram Club 3, Sergeant-at-Arms3
Football, Junior Team 2. Varsity 33 Basketball 2, 3:
Baseball 1, 2, 3, 53 Virginia Episcopal School 43 Varsity
Club 43 Junior Hi-Y, Vice President 2, President 3.
Detroit 3, 4, 53 Debating Club 33 Swimming 3, 43 Library
Assistant 3, 4.
Spanish Club 3, 4, President 4.
President of Sophomore Class3 Vice President of Senior
Class3 Latin Club 2, 3, President 33 Boys' Literary
Society 43 Science Club 1, 23 'Hi-Y 53 Marshal 43 Queen
of Hearts Court.
Glee Club 13 Girls' Athletic Association 13 Girls' Liter-
ary Society 33 Girl Reserves lg Typing Club 43 Latin
Club 2, 33 Jr. Dramatics Club 2, 33 Little Theater
4, 53 .Junior-Senior 43 Jr. Play 53 Student Council 4,
Jim ar, .............. 7943
Musical Revue 5, Stage Crew 5, LATIPAC 5, Audio-
Visual Committee, First Aid 5, Golden Masquers 5,
Broughton Revue 5, Senior Play 5.
Science Club 1, 2, 3, Boy Scouts 1, 2, Debating 4,
Treasurer 4, Alternate 4, Junior-Senior 4, Latin Club
3, Candid Camera Club 2, Spanish Club 5.
Hobby Club 2, Spanish Club 3, 4, Corresponding Sec-
retary 4, Baseball 4, Little Theater 5, Stage Crew '5.
ANNA LOU KUTZ
Jr. Dramatics Club 1, Girls' Athletic Association 1, 2,
Science Club 3, Girl Scouts 1, Girl Reserves 3, 4, 5,
French Club 3, 4, Girls' Literary Society 3, Home
Senior Play 5, Little Theater 4, 5, President 5, Spanish
Club 3, 4, Secretary 4, Hi-Times 4, Hi-Y 4, 5, President
5, Hi-Y Conference, Secretary 5, Hi-Y Minstrel 4, 5,
.Junior Play 4, Contest Play 4, 5, Queen of Hearts
Court 4, 5, Golden Masquers 4, 5, Jr. Dramatics Club 1,
Baseball 5, Broughton Revue, Glee Club 1.
JACK WARREN LANCASTER, JR.
Junior-Senior 4, Jr. Dramatics Club 1, 2, 3, German
Club 3, Art Club 2, Junior Hi-Y 3, Candid Camera
Club 2, Hobby Club 2, Science Club 2, Football 1, 2,
3, 4, 5, Boxing 1, 2, Boy Scouts 1, 2, 3, Page North
Carolina General Assembly 5.
Glee Club 1, Jr. Dramatics Club 1, 2, Candid Camera
Club 1, 2, Girl Scouts 1, 2, 3, Science Club 2, Latin
Club 2, 3, Vice President 3, Girl Reserves 3, 4, 5,
Service Chairman 5, President lnter-Club Council 5,
Spanish Club 4, 5, Band 4, 5, Girls' Athletic Associa-
Glee Club 1, 2, 3, Hi-Times 1, 2, Girl Scouts 1, 2, 3,
Jr. Dramatics Club 2, 3, Latin Club 2, 3, Washington
Trip 3, Girls' Literary Society 3, Secretary, Typing Club
4, Spanish Club 4, 5, Corresponding Secretary 4, Little
Theater 5, Historian 5, Office Assistant 5, Golden
Masquers 5, Honor Society 5, Spanish Conversation
Club 5, Senior Play 5.
Eighth Chorus 1, Clioral Speaking Club 1, Jr. Dramatics
Club 2, Vice President, Glee Club 2, Girl Reserves 5:
Hi-Times 5, Assistant Editor.
Jr. Dramatics Club 1, Glee Club 1, 2, Girls' Athletic
Association 1, 2, Girls' Literary Society 3, French Club
3, 4, Girl Reserves 4, 5, Home Nursing 5.
Girls' Athletic Association 1, Drill Team 1, 2, Girl
Reserves 2, 3, Glee Club 2, 3, 4, Typing Club 4, Home
Nursing 5, Broughton Revue 5, Gym Instructor 5.
BETSY DELL MAXWELL
Girl Reserves 1, Glee Club 1, Science Club 2, Latin
Club 2, 3, Jr. Dramatics Club 2, 3, LATIPAC 3, New
York Trip 4, French Club 4, 5, Junior-Senior 4, Little
Theater 5, Home Nursing 5, Treasurer.
Girls' Athletic Association 1, 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 3,
Girls' Literary Society 4, Hugh Morson 4, Style Show
5, Distributive Education Class 5.
Jr. Dramatics Club 1, 2, Candid Camera Club 1, 2,
Science Club 1, 2, Girls' Athletic Association 1, 2,
Girl Scouts 1, 2, 3, Drill Team 2, Girls' Literary
Society 2, LATIPAC 3, Latin Club 2, 3, Clemson High
School 4, Basketball 4, Society Editor of Times 4,
Debating 4, French Club 5, Little Theater 5.
MARY SUE MIDDLETON
Art Club 1, Glee Club 1, 2, Latin Club 3, Girl Reserves
5, Little Theater 5, Spanish Club 4, First Aid 5.
Student Council Representative 1, Treasurer 5, Science
Club 1, 2, Latin Club 2, 3, 4, School Store 4, 5, Manager
5, Jr. Basketball 3, Captain, Jr. Football 4, Basketball
5, Student Council Congress 5, Boy Scouts 1, 2, 3, 4, 5,
Senior Patrol Leader 5, Eagle 5.
LACY lV1ooRE .
Football 1, Science Club 1, 3, Latin Club 2, Wash-
1I1Sf0H Trip 3, Typing Club 4, Library Assistant 5.
Band 1, Boy Scouts 1, 2, 3, Eagle 2, Jr. Boys' Literary
Society 2, Swimming 2, 3, German Club 2, 3, Vice
President 3, Junior-Senior 4. Chairman Door Committee,
Hi-Y 3, 4, Boys' Literary Society 3, State College 5.
Science Club 1, 2, 3, Latin Club 2, Jr. Boys' Literary
Society 3, Junior-Senior 4, Jr. Basketball 3, Basketball
5, Civil Air Patrol Club 5.
J IMMIE MORGAN .
Boxing 2, Jr. Football 2, 3, Boy Scouts 3, Latin Club
3, Spanish Club 4.
Citizenship Honor Roll Committee 1, Girls' Literary
Society 2, Science Club 2, Jr. Girl Reserves 2, Latin
Club 2, 3, Girls' Athletic Association 3, Typing Club 4,
Girl Reserves 4, 5, French Club 4, Student Council
Science Club 1, 2, 3, Latin Club 2, 3, Vice President
3, Boys' Literary Society 3, Hi-Y 4, 5, Junior-Senior 4,
French Club- 4, 5, Treasurer 4, President 5, Hi-Y
Minstrel 4, 5, Junior Play 4, 5, Football 5, Letterman,
Little Theater 5, Sergeant-at-Arms Senior Class, Golden
Masquers 5, Broughton Revue 5, Senior Play 5.
MARY ALLEN NICHOLSON
Richlands High 1, 2, 3, Girl Reserves 4, 5, Girl Scouts
5, Spanish Club 5.
Science Club 1, 2, Latin Club 2, 3, Treasurer 3, Glee
Club 2, 3, Girl Reserves 3, 4, Secretary 3, Vice President
4, Jr. Dramatics Club 3, 4, Junior-Senior 4, Spanish
Club 4, 5, Little Theater 5, LATIPAC 5, Broughton
Revue 5, Marshal Hi-Y Minstrel 5, Student Council
4, 5, Standards Committee 4, Representative 4, Chairman
Points Committee 5, Elections Committee 5, Queen of
Hearts Court 5.
Science Club 2, Spanish Club 4.
Fayetteville High 1, 2, 3, 4, Glee Club 2, 3, Basketball
2, 3, 4, Tennis 2, 3, 4, Baseball 3, Cheer Leader 4.
Golden Masquers 5, Science Club 1, 2, Latin Club 2, 3,
Jr. Dramatics Club 3, Glee Club 3, 4, Debating 4,
Basketball 5, Little Theater 5, Boy Scouts 1, 2, 3. 4, 5,
Senior Patrol Leader 4, Honor Society 5, Treasurer 5,
Spanish Club 5, President 5, Hi-Times 5, Sales
Manager 5, Senior Play 5.
New Bern High 1, 2, Boy Scouts 1, 2, Swimming 3, 4,
French Club 3, 4, Junior-Senior 4, Hi-Y 5.
Eighth Grade Chorus 1, Girls' Athletic Association 1,
Jr. Dramatics Club 1, Latin Club 2, 3, Glee Club 2, 3,
Girls' Literary Society 3, Junior-Senior 4, Hi-Times
Press Club 4, 5, Spanish Club 4, 5, Little Theater 5,
Junior Play 5, Girl Reserves 5, First Aid 5, Golden
Girl Reserves 1, Jr. Dramatics Club 1, Latin Club 2,
Glee Club 2. 3, 4, 5, Reporfer 5, State Music Contest
3, 4, Junior Music Club 4, 5, Parliamentarian 4, Marshal
Jr. Play 4, National Honor Society 4, 5, Treasurer 4,
Student Council 4, 5, Publicity Committee 4, Chairman
Publicity Committee 5, Student Council Congress 5,
LATIPAC 5, Hi-Times 5, Girls' Literary Society 3, Pres-
ident, Spanish Conversation Group 5, Broughton Revue
5, Junior-Senior 4.
MARY LOUISE PEEBLES
Typing Club 3, 4, Girl Reserves 2, 3, 4, Girls' Athletic
Little Theater 4, 5, Jr. Dramatics Club 3, Latin Club
2, 3, French Club 4, 5, Secretary 5, LATIPAC 3, Science
Student Council 4, CO-chairman lntra-Mural Sports,
Girls' Athletic Association 2, 3, 4, 5. Point Recorder 3.
President 4, 5, Drill Team 2, 3, 4, Majorette 2. 3,
Library Assistant 4, 5, Secretary 4, Vice President 5,
Latin Club 2, 3, French Club 4, 5, Girl Reserves 4, 5,
Treasurer 5, Science Club 1, Flag Committee 5.
Latin Club 2, 3, Spanish Club 4, Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 4,
Science Club 2, 3, Jr. Football 3.
Shattuck Oklahoma High School 1, 2, 3, Sophomore
Secretary-Treasurer 3, Glee Club l, 2, Band 1, 2, 3,
8th Grade Band 1, Baseball 1, 2, Boy Scouts 2, 3, 4, 5,
Student Council 5, House Committee, Little Theater 5,
Basketball 1, 2, 3, 5.
Student Council 2, 5, Representative 2, Social Committee
5, Treasurer Freshman Class, Marshal 5, Jr. Cheer
Leader 2, 3, Junior-Senior 4, Little Theater 4, 5,
Secretary 5, Jr. Dramatics Club 1, 2, 3, Vice President
1, Latin Club 2, 3, Spanish Club 4, 5, Treasurer 4,
Girls' Literary Society 4, Treasurer, Girl Reserves 1,
LATIPAC 5, Advertising Manager, Hi-Times Press Club
2, Girls' Athletic Club 1, Marshal Hi-Y Minstrel 5,
First Aid 5, Golden Masquers 5.
Latin Club 2, 3, French Club 4, 5, President 4, Treasurer
5, Girl Reserves 1, 2, Candid Camera Club 2, Girls'
Student Council 5, House Committee, Little Theater
5, Latin Club 2, Spanish Club 4, Glee Club 2, 3, Typing
Club 4, Girls' Literary Society 3, Girl Reserves 1, 5,
LATIPAIC 5, First Aid 5.
Queen of Hearts Court 5, Little Theater 4, 5, Jr.
Dramatics Club 3, Latin Club 2, 3, Glee Club 1, 2, 3,
4, 5, Historian 4, Girls' Literary Society 3, Operetta 1,
Junior Play 5, Broughton Revue 5, Golden Masquers 5,
Senior Play 5.
Reynolds High School, Winston-Salem 1, 2, Treasurer
Sophomore Class, 8th Grade Band 3, 4, Typing Club 4.
French Club 4, Hi-Y 5, Football 3, 4, 5, Baseball 5.
Latin Club 2, Spanish Club 4, Girl Reserves 2, 5,
Science Club 3, Band 4, 5, Washington Trip 3, Girl
Scouts 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, Secretary 5.
Latin Club 2, 3, French Club 4, 5, Vice President 5,
Candid Camera Club 2, Science Club 2, Washington
Junior-Senior 4, Little Theater 3, 4, Jr. Dramatics Club
2, French Club 3, 4, Glee Club 2, 3, Junior Hi-Y 4,
Treasurer 4, Hi-Y 5, Operetta 1, Jr. Literary Society 4,
Vice President 4, Track Team 4, Hi-Y Minstrel 5,
Broughton Revue 5.
Student Council 3, 4, 5, Representative 3, Audio-Visual
Chairman 5, Jr. Dramatics Club 1, Latin Club 2, Glee
Club 3, Girl Reserves 4, 5, LATIPAC 2, 3, Science Club
2, Student Council Congress 3, Girl Scouts 1, 2, 3, 4, 5,
National Honor Society 4, 5, Senior Superlative,
Jim ar, .............. 7943
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Student Council 4, 5, President 5, Representative 4,
House Committee 4, President Junior Class 4, Senior
Superlative, Mr. Needham Broughton, Spanish Club 3,
Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, Vice President 3, Boys' Literary
Society 4, Science Club 1, Debating Club 4, Treasurer
4, Hi-Y 4, 5, Secretary 5, Basketball 3, 4, 5, Letter Man
3, 4, 5, Marshal Jr. Play 4, Student Council Congress
5, Chairman of Resolutions Committee 5, Boy Scouts
1, Junior Basketball 2, Jr. Boys' Literary Society 3,
Monogram Club 4, Hi-Y Minstrel 5, State Music
Reynolds High School, Winsttin-Saletn, House of Repre-
sentatives 1, 2, Aviation Club 1, 2, Pine Whispers 2, 3,
Metric Science Club 3, 4, Track 2, 3, 4, lli-Y 2, 3,
Scouts 1, 2, 3, 4, Black and Gold 3, 4, Little Theatre 5,
Hi-Y Minstrel 5, Marshal Jr. Play 5.
Edward Best High School 1, 2, Bunn High School 3:
Yice President Freshman Class, Little Theatre 5, Glee
Club 2, 3, Science Club 2, 4-H Club 1, 2, 3, President
2, 3, Secretary Sophomore Class.
Typing Club 2, 3.
Millbrook High School 1, 2, Typing Club 3, 4, Girl
Reserves 3, 4, 5, Jr. Girl Reserves 5, Office Assistant 5.
Student Council 4, 5, Representative 4, Sergeant-at-Arms
5, Senior Superlative, Sports, Queen of Hearts Court
4, 5, Junior-Senior 4, Latin Club 2, 3, Boys' Literary
Society 4, Junior Hi-Y 3, Vice President 3, Science Club
2, Hi-Y 4, 5, Football 3, 5, Letter Man 5, Basketball
2. 3, 4, 5. Captain 5, Letter Man 4, 5, Marshal Senior
Play 4, Boy Scouts 1, 2, 3, 4, Library Assistant 5, Hi-Y
Latin Club 2, 3, Spanish Club 4, 5, Girls' Literary
Society 3, Girl Reserves 1, 4, Candid Camera Club 1, 2,
LATIPAC 3, Science Club 1, 2, Girls, Athletic Association
1, Girl Scouts 1, 2, First Aid 4, 5, Spanish Conversation
BOB ST. LAWRENCE
Andrew Jackson High School, Miami, Florida 1, 2, 3. 4,
Radio Club 4, Baseball 4, Library Assistant 4, Little
Theater 5, Student Council 5, Publicity Committee,
Golden Masquers 5, Senior Play 5.
BERNARD JEROME STUART
Cary High School 1, 2, 3, Debating 2, 3, Hi-Y 1, 2, 3,
Football 1, 2, 3, 4, 5.
Salisbury High School 1, 2, French Club 3, 4, Glee
Club 1, 2, 4, Greensboro Music Contest 1, 2, Jr.
Girl Literary Society 3, Girl Reserves 3, 4, 5, President
5, Hi-Times 4, 5, Staff Member 4, Editor-in-Chief 5,
Girls' Athletic Association 1, Girl Reserves Conference
2, 4, Jr. Girl Reserves 1, 2, President 1, Girl Scouts
1, 2, 4, Mariner Scout 5, Treasurer 5, National Honor
Salisbury High School 1, Little Theater 5, Latin Club
2, 3, French Club 4, 5, Girl Reserves 3, 4, 5, Chairman
Publicity Committee 5, Girl Reserve CoIIference, Art
Club 2, Orchestra 1, 2, 3, Greensboro Music Concert 1,
Hi-Times 5, Proof Reader, Assistant Editor, Girls'
Athletic Association 1, 2, Drill Team 2, Girl Scouts 1,
Mariner Scout 5, Jr. Girl Reserves 1.
Student Council 5, Points Committee 5, Representa-
tive 5, Chairman of Citizenship Committee 5, Junior-
Senior 4, Little Theater 4, 5, Vice President 5, Jr.
Dramatics Club 1, 2, 3, Vice President 3, Latin Club
2, 3, Spanish Club 4, 5, Girl Reserves 1, Candid Camera
Club 1, LATIPAC 3, 5, Science Club 1, Broughton Revue
5, Contest Play 5, Spanish Conversation Group 5, Honor
Society 5, President 5, Senior Play 5, Golden
Senior Play, Business Manager 5, Boys' Literary So-
ciety 3, Art Club 2, Hobby Club, Secretary 1, Hi-
Times, Cartoonist 5, Science Club 3, Boy Scouts 1, 2.
3, 4, 5, Eagle, Jr. .Assistant Scoutmaster, Scribe, Patrol
Leader, Assistant Patrol Leader, Marionette Club 2,
Model Airplane Club, Secretary 1.
Little Theater 4. 5, Jr. Dramatics Club 3, Spanish Club
4, 8th Band 2, 3, Typing Club 3, Candid Camera Club
3, 4, Orchestra 3, Science Club 2, 3, Band 2, 3, 4,
Boy Scouts 1, 2, 3, 4.
Little Theater 4, 5, French Club 3, 4, Orchestra 2,
Science Club 1, Girls' Athletic Association 3, Band
1, 2, 3, 4, 5, Junior Play 4, 5, Golden Masquers 5.
Room Representative 1, Social Committee 5, Class
Secretary 1, 4, 5, Senior Superlative, Miss Needham
Broughton 5, Junior-Senior 4, Chairman Invitations
Committee, Treasurer 5, Jr. Dramatics Club 1, 2, Latin
Club 2, 3, French Club 4, 5, Glee Club 3, Girls' Literary
Society 3, Candid Camera Club 1, Girls' Athletic As-
sociation 1, Washington Trip 3, Girl Scouts 1, 2:
National Honor Society 5, Vice President 5, Broughton
Revue 5, Marshal 5.
Junior-Senior 4, Jr. Dramatics Club 3, Latin Club
2, 3, Spanish Club 4, 5, Jr. Girls' Literary Society 3,
Sergeant-at-Arms, Business Staff LATIPAC 5, Science
Club 1, 2, Girls' Athletic Association 1, 2, Office As-
sistant 5, First Aid 5.
Spanish Club 4, 5, Football Manager 3, 4, 5, Basket-
ball Assistant Manager 3, Boxing Assistant Manager 2,
Junior Play 5, Broughton Revue 5, Little Theater 5,
Golden Masquers 5, Senior Play 5.
Little Theater 4, Jr. Dramatics Club 3, Latin Club 2, 3,
Spanish Club 3, 4, Glee Club 1, Girls' Literary Society
3, Girl Reserves 4, Candid Camera Club 1, 2, Science
Club 1, 2, Washington Trip 3, Girl Scouts 1, Jr. Girl
Reserves 1, 2.
Senior Superlative, Beau 53 Spanish Club, Sergeant-ab
Arms 43 Hi-Y 53 Football 43 Golf No. 1 Man 5.
Orchestra 1, 23 Violinist 2, 3, 4.
Little Theater 53 Jr. Drarnatics Club 13 Girl Reserves
53 Spanish Club 53 Broughton Revue 5.
Girl Reserves 2, 3, 43 Library Assistant 2, 3, 43 Woodrow
Wilson Junior High School 1.
Little Theater 43 Jr. Dralnatics Club 33 French Club 33
Glee Club 23 Girls, Athletic Association 1, 2, 33 Library
Assistant, Secretary 5.
Orchestra 13 Hi-Y 4, 53 Band 2, 33 Boy Scouts 2.
LILA MAE WATKINS
Typing Club 33 Library Assistant, Secretary-Treasurer
2, 3, 4.
NANCY LANE WESTBROOK
Ring Committee 53 Liltle Theater 53 Spanish Club 53
Typing Club 43 LATIPAC 53 Science Club 23 Girls'
Athletic Association 43 Debating 13 Oliiice Assistant 53
Basketball 13 Library Assistant 43 Home Economics
Club 13 Garner High School 1, 23 Business Staff for
MARY BADCER WETMORE
Junior-Senior 43 Little Theater 33 Jr. Dramatics Club
23 Latin Club 2, 33 Spanish Club 4, 53 Girls' Literary
Society 33 Business Staff for LATIPAC 53 Hi-Times 33
Girls' Athletic Association 13 Jr. Girl Reserves 1, 23
Oflice Assistant 53 First Aid 5.
Student Council 5, Social Committee3 Jr. Dramatics
Club 23 Latin Club 2, 33 Glee Club 4, 53 Girls' Literary
Society 33 Girl Reserves 13 Hi-Times 33 Science Club
13 Girls' Athletic Association 1.
Junior Shop 23 Spanish Club 4, 5, Sergeant-at-Arms3
Candid Camera Club 3, 4, President3 Science Club
3. 4, 53 Hi-Y 53 Track Manager 33 Spanish Conversation
Group 53 Broughton Revue 53 Hi-Y Minstrel 53 Junior-
Typing Club 43 Science Club 2, 33 Washington Trip 3.
JOHN CLARK WILLIAMSON
Student Council 2, 3, 4, Home Room Representative 33
Secretary of Class 3, President 53 Senior Superlative,
Versatility 53 Carnival Court 53 Little Theater 53 Junior
Hi-Y 2, 3, Secretary3 Hi-Y Conference 53 Broughton
Revue 53 Hi-Y Minstrel 53 LATIPAC 53 Baseball 5.
Jr. Dramatics Club 2, 33 French Club 3, 43 Spanish Club
4, 53 Girl Reserves 4.
Jim .zafgme .....
MARY HELEN WII.SON
Student Council, Grounds Committee 4, Calendar Com-
mittee 59 Little Theater 3, 4, 53 Jr. Dramatics Club 1, 23
Latin Club 2, 33 Spanish Club 4, Vice Presidentg LATIPAC
33 Washington Trip 3.
ROBERT MANSON W1LsoN
Grounds Committee 43 Junior-Senior 43 Jr. llramatics
Club 13 Latin Club 2, 33 Science Club 1, 2, 33 Hi-Times
Press Club 5.
Little Theater 4, 53 Latin Club 2, 33 Girl Reserves 53
Science Club 33 Girl Scouts 53 Student Council, Audio-
Visual Committee, CO-chairman 5.
Little Theater 53 French Club 4, 53 Hz'-Times 53 New
Hanover High School l, 2, 3, 43 Home Room Representa-
tive 33 Dramatics Club 3, 43 Chemistry Club 43 Scrib-
bler's Club 43 Glee Club 13 Orchestra 43 Girl Scouts
2, 33 Highstepper 2.
Latin Club 3, 43 Jr. Boys' Literary Society 53 Boy
Scouts 3, 4, 53 Science Club 3.
Little Theater 53 Latin Club 2, 33 Spanish Club 4. 53
Glee Club 43 Science Club 13 Girl Scouts 1, 23 Honor
Citizenship 3, SCCYCIHYYQ Spanish Conversation Club 5,
Secretary 53 Charles H. Coon High School, Wilson.
Senior Superlative 5, Belle3 Carnival Court 53 Junior-
Senior 43 Little Theater 4, 53 Jr. Dramatics Club 1, 2,
Secretary 23 Latin Club 2, 33 Spanish Club 4, 53 Jr.
Girls' Literary Society 33 LATIPAC 33 Science Club 2, 33
Girls' Athletic Association 1, Drill Team 13 Marshal
Jr. Play 4.
Junior Shop 33 Glee Club 2, 3, 43 Orchestra 2, 33
Wheatland High School 43 Junior-Senior Play.
BETSY PAUL YELVERTON
Student Council 5, Chairman Social Committee 53
Points Committee 43 Junior-Senior 4, Chairman of
Entertainment Committee3 Little Theater 53 Jr. Dramatic
Club 1, 2, Secretary 23 Latin Club 2, 33 Spanish Club
4, 53 Jr. Girls' Literary Society 33 Girl Reserves 1, 2, 33
LATIPAC 33 Debating Club 4, Secretary 43 Marshal Jr.
Play 43 Student Council Congress 53 Girl Scouts 13
Junior Play 4, 5, Student Director 53 Spanish Conversa-
tion Club 53 Golden Masquers 53 Home Nursing 5,
Latin Club 1, 2, 3, 43 Hi-Y 4, 5.
Junior-Senior 43 Hobby Club 23 LATIPAC 53 Science
Club 1, 23 House and GrOund's Committee 4.
Typing Club 1, 23 Boy Scoutsg Library Assistant 5.
Jr. Dramatics 23 Glee Club 3, 4, 53 Latin Club 2, 33
Science Club 1, 2.
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Dignity plus . . . Learned leancrs . . . Educatml al lust . . . 'f . . . Wlu-rv aw our nu-n? . . . The
wits . . . Proud three . . . Baller up! . . . BFOUQIIIUIIHS lrurh-sqm-.
I'r11,m DAx'1s, Miss PHILLIPS, Romain' tionwick, ,
Rox' Flfruzlc, CEUIICIC tlnmnn.
This year the Juniors eleeted us their class olheers the following stnflents: President,
Robert Corniekg Yiee President. George Basong S
eeretary. Peggy Danisg ,llI'f'il5lll'f?1', Roy
Fnllerg Sc-rgeant-at-Arms, George Cherry. and Adviser, Miss Phillips.
Among the highlights of the yeur was the Junior Play", HStage Door," unfler the cli-
reetion of lVlrs. O. K. Joyrier. The ,Iuniors orrlerecl their class rings which were hard to secure
clue to war limitations. The rings were received during the month of May. The Hlunior-
Seniorf' the biggest social event of the year, was held April 2. Among those responsible for
the suecess of the dance were: Peggy Davis, Joe Norwood, Henry' liineherger, Anne Johnson,
Alex Veazey. Charles Wofid, Betty Bryant. and Robert Cornick.
Marshals for the year were: Betty Bryant. Ilan Martin. Billy Weatliers, and Robert
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VICTOR BELL, Tfl'!IXIlI'f'l'
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BOB SMITH, Vice President
ARMECIA EURE, Treasurer
REX EATON, Svrgennt-at-Arms
DODGE GH0c1lm:AN, President
ANNE GmNNr:1,l.s, Snrrvtary
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linnt-nn, Alvin Jvnkins. Rohm-i't Mt'4'ur4ly. 0. l', lvnnins-
ton, Toni Sinilvy, Xurnm XXYPUllflI't',
Uplmlrlinq thu hish xtamizzrcls st-1 hy pri-vimts wrulltrs. tht'
stntlt-nt ruttiivil, along with its twt-lvv 1-otittxiittt-vs, this yt-nt'
has vmlvztvurt-tl to lllillllfiilll plvztsztnt mnnlitinns atruttml tht-
M-liorrl :incl tu 1-4-nclt-1' definite sewvivvs to tht- stnvlt-nt hmlv.
ln Novi-tlihm' sevvn delegates, :tc-vmiltrzittit-tl hy Mixs l':trnIiin-
Puwvll, fau-tilty zttlvist-r, attenrlt-rl tho Stain- Stutln-nt, littttltwil
1'0iig'i-vw in lirwky Mount. Thv sports vtnnntittt-v 4-ztrrit-cl
ont, :t pt'nw':un of intramui':il zlthlvtivs. lint-ing' thu yvzu'
l'liISSl'4IUlll iilnts were :tvailzthlc for student tm-, In lu-vlmitig:
with tho n:ttimi-wi4lt- vivtory prugrzttli, tht- mmtttivil stlppurtt-tl
thv mwgqztnizzttimi of at Victory Cen-px :tt lir0t1u'lutm1. An
stpprnprizttion was given tn thv inuxiv 1lL'IHll'lIll1'!ll fm- pur-
vhatsing' xt 11-f'nt'4l plztyett The :txwttihly vnttlttliltvt- nf tht-
t'unnr'iI plztnnt-tl ull vlizlpt-l 1n'0g'i':niits, livin-Hy, tht- tfnllnvil.
llll'lPll,E'll its ii1l'ltwlif'P. has tried to Illlllit' this :t lluppy :tml
wurtltwllilt- pt-xii' fm' tv:tt'ltm-IN :tml Nflllil'lIlY :thin-.
SCHOOL STORE AND BANK. This organization
furnishes the students with school supplies. The council
uses the profits from tltese salcs for improvements around
the school. Grant Moen, treasurer of the council, is the
manager of the school store.
All school finances are handled by a central banking
system through this bank.
SOCIAL COMMITTEE. The members of the social
committee act as hosts to visitors at the school and
arrange social events.
Among the prominent events during the fall were the
tea and scavenger hunt and the student leaders banquet.
The group also decorated for tlte Queen of llearts pres-
entation. Betsy Paul Yelverton is chairman of the
HOUSE. The purpose of this committee is to beautify
tlte interior of the scltool. A spring ch-an-up campaign
was sponsored by Nlartha Hamrick, chairman, and mem-
bers of the group during the first week of Nlarch.
GROUNDS. By planting shrubbery and flowers. and
by keeping the ground free of rubbish. the grounds
committee attempts to keep the exterior of the school
in good order. Tin- committee was headed by C. A.
Dillon in the fall term and Betty Betts in the spring term.
ClTlZENSlllP. The sale of war stamps and defense
bonds, the scrap drive. and other events leading to better
citizenship were sponsored by this group. Wiltitc-r Betts
was chairman during the fall term and llot Swain during
the spring term.
CHAPEL. Led by Sibyl Coerch, this committee has
planned all assembly programs for the year. Variety
was the keynote of their success.
PUBLICITY. Acquainting the outside world with events
occurring in the school, the publicity committee, with
Dot Peebles as chairman, has placed school news and
pictures in the two local newspapers.
AUDIO-VISUAL. Using the profits from the full-length
movies given in the school. the Audio-Visual committee
purchased educational films for classroom purposes.
Mildred Showalter headed the group.
SPORTS. All lntramural sports were directed by the
sports committee. Co-chairmen of the committee were
Lib Campbell and LeRoy Martin.
POINTS. A student should not carry more than 16
points for extra-curricular activities. These records are
checked by the points committee, which is headed by
CALENDAR. Posters. place cards, favors, and other
artistic designs for various school activities were made
by this group. Ruth Gray was chairman of the com-
mittee. One of the most important contributions of this
committee was the making of a scrapbook for the Schools-
ELECTIONS. Elections for each class and the Student
Council are directed by the elections committee. The
sergeant-at-arms of the council, Graham Spencer, was
chairman o his group.
Publicity Committcc v Audio-Visual Committee
House Committee - SCl100l Store
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Front row, left to right: Martha Hamrick, Anne Carter, Dorothy Singleton, Mildred
Showalter, Dorothy Peebles, Betty Bryant, Betty .lean Culbreth. Back row: Peggy Davis,
Miss Griffin, Adviser, George Bason, Ernest Page, Sibyl Goerch, Dorothy Swain, llilman
Thomas, Al Burden, John Crabtree, Barbara Mahler, Dan Martin, Betty Sutton,
The National Honor Society is composed of
those members of the junior and senior classes
ship, leadership, character, and service. They
are selected by the votes of both students and
At the fall tapping ceremony October 9, live
seniors were taken into the society. February
26 marked the date of the spring ceremony. At
this time two seniors and eight juniors were
recognized as meeting the designated re-
According to the constitution of the National
Honor Society, no group of oliicers can serve
for more than one term. Closson Allen was
president during the fall term. Other ollicers
at that time were Al Burden, vice president,
Anne Carter, secretary, and Dot Peebles, treas-
urer. Leaders chosen for the spring term in-
cluded Dot Swain, president, Hilman Thomas,
vice president, Ruth Gray, secretary, and Ernest
The members are Closson Allen, Al Burden,
Anne Carter, Sibyl Goerch, Ruth Gray, Martha
Hamrick, Barbara Mahler, Ernest Page, Dol
Peebles, Mildred Showalter, Betty Sutton, Dot
Swain, Hilman Thomas, seniors, and George
Bason, Betty Bryant, Virginia Campbell, ,lohn
Crebtree, Betty ,lean Culbreth, Peggy Davis, Dan
lNlartin, and Dorothy Singleton, juniors.
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This year The Hi-Times, made noticeable gains in sales and size. The paper was increased to
six pages, and more papers were sold than ever before, monthly sales going over 900 practically
every issue. The Columbia Scholastic Press Association accorded it second rating among schools
of l,000 to l,500, an improvement over last yearls third rating.
The journalism class, assisted by a number of outside workers, did most of the writing.
Betty Sutton served as editor-in-chief, Marion Mclntosh as business manager, Mary Lewis
Thompson as advertising manager, Ernest Page as sales manager, and Baxter Sapp as photographer.
Miss Celeste Penny was the faculty adviser. She was assisted by Miss Elizabeth Knowles. Miss Oma
Bliss Lewis, and Mr. ,lohn A. House.
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First row, left to right: Ernest Page, Peggy Davis, Patrician Lawrence, Emmet Jones, Mildred Showalter.
Melvin Savage, Billy Mills, Peyton Daughridge, Bert Moore, Charles Winston, Marion Melntosh, Graham
Spencer. Second row: Horace Taylor, George Harrell, Sherlyn Marshburn, Geraldine Winfree, Hellon Bray,
Betty .lane Hicks, Gladys Rae Bishop, Francyse Jones, Carol Gift, ,lane Pointer, Barbara Pope. Third
row: Robert Wilson, Barbara Pearse, Mary Lewis Thompson, Martha Hamrick, Miss Lewis, Miss Penny, Miss
Knowles, Al Burden, Josephine Norwood, Herman Kitchen, Baxter Sapp, Duke Morgan. Fourth row: Hugh
Stone, Clarice Woolard, Dot Peebles, Betty Sutton, Alex Zeazey, Al Smith, Walter Ferrell, Bill Bell, Floyd
Pickett, George Adams, Jerry Simpson, Charles Wood.
This year we l1ave had a change in our hand schedule
and are now equipped with our own Needham Broughton
The advanced band plays for any local school functions
and the beginners' hand earth year represents a prepara-
tory group which after one year merges into the ad-
Good work is done by hoth group: u11der a steady
schedule of daily meetings during, the school day. Al-
though the advanced hand joins with the similar group
from Hugh Morson for larger city parades and the
outdoor football season work, the new schedule is es-
sentially independent of anybody outside ol' Needham
Broughton and promises to develop a limitless supply
of band activity right here in our own school.
ADVANUPID RAND INIPIMISICRS
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The Glee Club, which is composed of 75
members, has taken quite an active part in the
activities of the school. The group has partici-
pated on chapel programs, including the annual
Christmas pageant, and three of the Parent-
Teacher Association meetings. On May 7 the
chorus gave its Spring concert.
Through the efforts of the student council and
Mr. Sanderson, the music department received a
record player for use in the music and music
appreciation classes. Money received from the
Broughton Revue was used to buy records for the
Thirty members of the Broughton Clee Club
are members of the Raleigh High School Glee
Club, which is directed by 'Frederick Stanley
Smith. These students have appeared before
many civic groups throughout the city and on
numerous radio broadcasts. They also sang for
the Baccalaureate service May 23.
Ollicers of the Broughton Club are Tommie
Cates, president, Doris Harris, hrst vice pres-
ident, Marguerite George, second vice president,
Jo Ann Nance, secretary-treasurer, Jimmy Wood,
sergeant-at-arms, Betty Bryant and Dot Peebles,
reporters, and Mrs. Leo- F. de Sola, director.
First row, loft lo right: ,lo Ann Nance, Doris llarris, Marguerite Ceorge, Dot Peebles, Tomie Cates, .limlny Wood.
Betty Bryant. SPl'0l1.llI'0llf.' ,lane Lassiter, Doris ,lean Ellllillglf, ,lo Lave, lrenc Hollway, Joyce Jones, Frances
Fugerson, Frances Hilms, Mrs. de Sola. Thirrl row: Rena Erwin, Lavern Harris, Mary Frances Watson, Alice
Sykes, Ruffin Morgan, Slit-rlie Flowers, Louise White, Jane Morris. Fourth row: Lorane Guyton. Gladys Green.
Fthel Jones. Janie Nance, Ann Whitaker, Jean Caddy, Nancy Hunter, Elizabeth Shunk, Ann Johnson, Doris Whil-
ley. Fifth rozr: Rebecca Warren. Dorothy Godwin. Patty Boy. Sallie Hunnycult, Aramenta Whitley, Virginia
Anderson, Jane Parder, Phyllis Cooper, Grace Younger, .lean Hodgens. Sixth row: Ann Brown, Barbara Brown,
Carolyn Hudson, Sidney Marlin, John Bell, Bobby Cuile, John Dickens, Caudace Lee Wyatt. Scvrjrth f01l7,'
Frank Codman. Fowler Morrison, Billy Simpson, Jimmy Allen, BillyAHaykins, John Crabtree,l,Ii9f'Kennedy,
Mac Fuller, Bobby Hawkins, Bill Bell. ,tl fm 7 "'-. ' - Af'
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CIIARLII: LAMBERT . . President
FIIANK ANDERSON . . Vice President
BILLY SIMPSON . . . Secretary
JoIINNY WILLIAMsoN . . . Treasurer
l,I:s'rr:R CIIALMERS . . Sergeant-ru-Arnzs
Graham Spencer. Beau Newcomb, ,Toe Harris, Jerry
Simpson. Frank Carter. Doug Worley, Rex Benson, Fred
Sf-nler, Floyd Drew, Robert Corniek, Jack Hawkins,
ffllarles Scott, Carl Yelverton, Billy Kenyon, Dick Hen-
derson, Robert Turnbull, Billy Bradley, Park White,
Bill Bell, Jimmy Allen, Bill Patten, Bobby Montgomery,
Don lflbericlge, Norman Youngstead, Charlie Wilfong,
T'lI'f'Il New I'mu mer. George Cherry, Bosie Hampton, Buck
Ward, llenry Lineberger. Eugene Foxworth, Mr. C, li.
The purpose of the Hi-Y is to create, maintain,
and extend throughout the school and community
higher standards of Christian Character.
The Hi-Y helped in the scrap drive that was
put on by the school in the fall. The outstand-
ing function of the fall was the Hi-Y minstrel,
which drew a full house. On January 22, the
annual Hi-Y dance was given in the Broughton
gymnasium. An all-star orchestra from Fort
Bragg played from nine to twelve. The high
light of the evening eume when in the Figure,
the ollic-ers und members formed the Hi-Y
All during the year the Hi-Y met in the
Y.lVl.C..A. on Thursday evenings. Many out-
standing men spoke to the members at these
Mr. C. li. Crawley was the adviser.
Jim plenty, to anim,
SENIOR Ol"FICl'lRS AND ADVTSHRS
liPI'l"l'Y StT'1"roN. l'r'wxulr'ntq ANN Cori.:-zv, Tier' Prfsiflmzfg S,tlc.xu lliixxr, Sw':'1-Irrryg .IMAX l't1RuY. 1'rwfmnrwr, Mixu.'r1l,x
illAMRIl'K, l'royfrum flllflfflllllllf Miss IIARTMAN and Miss l'lLLlNti'l'UN. .lflriwr-.v.
The Senior Girl Reserves Cluh had for its theme this year, The Ideal llvlllilllll. Througrh many interesting: and varied
programs this theme has her-n carried out. Among the additional avtivities of the eluh were the eommunity seiwic-es, such as,
making a service Hag, holding a eanrlleligrlit l'9t'0g'11lfi0Il servirt-, helping in the Y.XY.t'.A, membership tlrive. Christmas
varoling, and holtling worship services. The social functions eonsisletl of a tea for the eighth graders, a scavenger hunt, and
holding open house at the Y.VV.C.A.
Patsy Eckert, Franees Ferguson, Barbara ljP2ll't'K'. Ann Carter, Louise Yann, Mary Allan Nieholson. Sherlyn Narshhurn, Hellon
Bray, Phyllis Smith, Jane Lassiter, Miss Ellington. Gerry YVinfi-ee. Virginia Stazer, Martha Haniriek, Betty Lundy, Nanvy
Sutton. Betty Sutton, -lean Harrell. Mary Sue Middleton. Nilflrerl Showalter. Miss Hartman. Mary Lewis Thompson, Ann
YV'l' ris Lee, Mary lillen YY:-illons. Lauris Johnson, Florine Thorn, Gloria Kohn, Jean Perry. Violet Bennett, Mabel
Haueom, Nell lluuter. Loraine Foley, llorothy Sr-rogzs, Laura Foil-, Geraldine Hamilton, Anna Lou Uutts. Pansy Martin,
Sybil Brooks. Ji-an Rhodes, Marjorie Curt-ness, Dorothy Singh-ton, liloise Thomas, Doris Southard. Nellie .lc-tTries, Vivian
Napowsa, Nancy Hunter, Martha Hylton.
.IVNIOR GIRL Rl'lSlQItYlC t'.XBINE'1'
If:-fwdfirif, P,xTui1'1,x Wil.i,ARD: Vi:-f Prmiflrnr, AIARTIIA IIl'1S'I'I1IlL1 Sfwwffnw. JANE AYINSTUNI Trmnwrf-r,,Ix'x.1.x ,tsxrz PERRY:
IH-ogfram Clmirnfnn, .XRMINTA WH1Tl.1:r, Nneiul Chairman, FRAM-tis Woo1wA1.I., Snr:-if-v Vlufirnffzn. t'.xRol.rN 'l'w11:1:sg l,IlbliI'lf!l
Vllnirmnn, NANCY t'orl.i:r3 Music Chairman, Boimm ANNE 1'owr:l.i.: .'illL'lLYPI', Alias, Maur Sri-1 BEAM l'oxv1l.1.i-1.
THIS CLVB, composed of ninth grade girls. is a part of the Y.YV.C.A. and shares in the big purposes ot' that organization,
The symbol of the Club is a blue triangle within a circle. The triangle represents the irlval of three-fold rlovelopnient-the
cl:-velonnient. ot' mind, hotly and spirit. The 1-ircle stands for the world-wide interests and connections of Girl Reserves.
ln carrying out its the-me of the year, "Guideposts," the Club has had varied and intern-sting programs, surh asgfluideposts
to Pleasing Personality, Guideposts to Friendliness, Guideposts to Health, Guifleposts to Nlfifler Servieo. ln addition to
weekly programs there have been enjoyable social affairs and helpful community services. ,
First row: Franc-es YVoodall, Martha Hester, Patricia XYillarcl, Julia Ann Perry, l'hot-he Ann Arledge, Mildred f:llilllllJCl'lillll,
Bobby Ann Powell, Arminta XVhitley, Betty Jean Poole.
Second row: Alice Sykes, Frances Cox.
Tliirzl row: Lena Staneill Alice Dunn Speneer, Lois Newton, Emma Jean Minshew, Mary Lou Clifton, Phyllis Kiley, Anna Slack,
Patsy Truell. Ann Davis, Anne Boykin. l"rans'es Chase, Sarah liarbee.
Fnzfrtlz. row: Pe-:ray Pow:-rs, Eleanor Sent:-r, Betty Jean Caveness, Anne Tongue, Marzaret Cooper.
Fifth row: Doris Southard, lilrs. Fonville, Flflna Cosby, Anne tlrinnells.
.tI1.wnt1uI1.en f1ff'f'lLl'I" IPIIX taken: Jane Winston, Carolyn Twigis, Nell Rankin, Violet lia Rue, Aileen Desern, Betty Lou
Beckwith. Audrey Tudor.
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This year has been the most important in the history ofthe library. By completely rearrang-
ing the furniture and Fittings it was possible to separate the library and the study hall. Both study
hall students and students from classrooms all over the building may now use the library.
The card catalog, the index to the contents of the library is, after three years, Work nearing
completion and students are beginning to find it useful in their Work. The vertical Hles, containing
thousands of mounted clippings, are ready for use and provide a wealth of informative material
and illustrations on a wide variety of subjects, including much local and state material.
More than five hundred books have been added to the library this year, bringing the collection
to around 5,600 volumes in all, and much has been done to add to the attractiveness of both the
study hall and the library.
View ol thc north wing of
The west wing of the library
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THE LIBRARY STAF1-'
THE STAFF: Bill Self, presirfenlg Betty Penny, 'L'iCC11l'6Sl.fl6llfI Ann Wade, secretary: Bill Ward.
sergerzrzt-rl!-arllzsg Graham Spencer, Wzilter' Yvorsley, Nancy Lowder, Lacy Moore, Fletcher Russell,
Teddy Howell, Carolyn Hudson, Mary Evelyn West, Gloria Goodman, Lein Yerhy, Deane Le Grande,
Harry lVlahoney, Sue Tucker Eason, Billy Wlorkman, Billy Riley, Dick Henderson, Miss Betty Elinor
tlosnold, li,JI'Ill'l-llllj lVliss Nancy Barge. assistant Iilzrarirzn.
The library assistants look after the details of lihrary rnanageinent. Without their help little
or nothing could he accomplished. They keep the circulation desk hefore. during and after school,
charging hooks, collecting oyerdues, writing and delivering notices about reserxe and overdue hooks,
and making out hills and receipts.
It is the lihrary assistants who keep the room in order, returning hooks to their proper places
on the shelves. They also supervise the large collection of current and hack-nuinher magazines-
locating magazine articles with the help of the Readers' Guide.
During the year the staff entertained the Faculty at a Book Wieek tea when the new hooks were
ready for distrihution. At Christmas the Eighth Grade students were given a party. ln the
Spring the lihrary served as host to all high school teachers in the city.
Cl.ossoN ALLEN . . . President
DOROTHY SWAIN . . Vice President
KATHERINE Powigizs . . . Secretary
HILMAN THOMAS . . Treasurer
BARBARA MAIll.EIl . . Historian
Un lleeeinber tl-, l9l1'2 the Little Theater under
the sponsorship of the Junior Class presented
George F. Kauffman and Edna Ferberls uStage
The Club was invited by the Carolina Dra-
Left to right: Hilman Thomas, Dorothy Swain, Mrs. O. K.
Joyner, Barbara Mahler, Katherine Powers, Closson
Allen, absent when picture was made.
matics Association to attend the Annual Spring
Festival. On March 26 a group composed of
Little Theatre members went to Chapel Hill
to present the one-act comedy 'gjazz and Minuetfl
The Senior members of the Little Theatre did much to make '4The Barrettsw one of the most
successful Senior plays given by the Senior Class.
Colden Masquers, an honor society open only to those students who have done outstanding
work in different phases of play production, is a very prominent part of the Little Theatre. This year
there were many students who were recognized in this honor society.
Charlie Lambert, Closson Allen, Bob St. Lawrence, Barbara Mahler, Sibyl Goereh, Bill Thomp-
son, Charles Jones, Beau Newcomb, Katherine Klyman, Franeyse Jones, Doris Linzey, Dot Swain,
Katherine Powers, Edith Lee Burgess, Barbara Pearse, Mabel Baucoin, Charlotte Fulks, Patty Roy.
out mm Aga fljnan. gaywt
GULIIE MA ll ER
Betsey London Cordon
Edith Lee Burgess
To be eligible for the Golden Masquers, the Little Theatre members must participate
in enough dramatic activities to enable them to earn the sullicient number of points.
They must earn either 20 points in one year or 30 points during a two-year period.
The cast of the Junior Play, MStage Door," was composed of more actors who were
appearing in a major production for the first time than most Junior Play casts.
These amateurs did a professional job.
The Senior Play, HThe Barrettsf, was a costume playg and after the production,
the Senior Class and the Little Theatre presented the costumes used in the play to
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The second year group of Le Cerele Franeais has met every Friday during the elass period
for the past year. French songs and the history and customs of the French people have been stressed
in the programs.
MEMBERS: Dorothy Reynolds, Beau Newcomb, Nancy Peery, Nancy Self, Martha Meares.
Betsey Cordon, Lib Campbell, Marguerite George, Ann Whitaker, Nancy Sutton, Martha Hylton,
Ellen Hornbuekle, Betsy Dell Maxwell, Sihyl Goereh, Hilman Thomas, Clariee Wofmlarrl, Louise
Jennette, Martha Hamriek, Jean Perry, Jean Hodges, Frank Goodwin, Mrs. Sandling.
The First Year French Club meets once a week during the regular class period. During the
year they had speakers, contests, marionette shows, and various other activities. Miss Evelyn La
Salle, a refugee from France and student at Meredith, taught the class for a month during the first
MEMBERS: Dan Martin, Peggy Davis, Marjorie Caveness, Bobby Guile, Williarmi Parker, Mrs.
Sandling, Ruth Wiggiris, Anne Williariis, Verna Lee Desern, Shirley Flowers, Virginia Campbell,
Esther Stathacos, Gertrude Vlfayne, Marian Lenn, Louise Mimms, Margaret Moore, Allan Stephenson,
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The Spanish Club this year was rather late getting organized. lt was not until after Christmas that the olftcers
were elected and the actual meetings were begun. The club meets after school every other Tuesday.
The purpose of this organization is to promote an additional interest in the study of Spanish. The theme this
year has been Pan-Americanism. The culture and customs of our southern neighbors have been studied so that
Spanish-speaking students will have a broader knowledge of the other twenty republics making up this hemisphere.
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MEMBERS: Marie Andrews, l' ank ge Baso Anna-Carey Batchelor, Barbara Brown, Betty Bryant,
Betsy Buchanan, Al uri Luzett- ,al um, cy Car n, iloria Churn, Amie Covington, Betty .lean Culbreth,
Peggy Davis, Edith e n, Qon ' ieridge,s lily uson, th Gray, Alice Greene, Doris Grinnell, William
Hales, Geraldine ' n, Shar W rris ne' oo , Carol ldson, Nell Hunter, ,lune Hylton, Ramon lvey, Anne
Johnson, Rebecw ,I nson, Bi V ln met 4 ,, Fra e Jones, yce Jones, Nell Klyman, 0. N. Lassiter,
D r' Linzey, Be Lund rba 'a gl hl , ry Ma y, Le i artin, .loy Matthews, Sammy Mears, Kitty
llan ah Sue kdl m, 6 argare N ey, o , i ary Allen Nicholson, ,lean Norwood, Ernest
' e, Su e Par , ot Pee s, Calv' ,gr , oyd i et atherine Powers, Sarah Frances Reid, Peggy Sapp.
tx Pe ,gy Sl ker lrgin' fg r, D mthy Sw'i uck T r, izabeth Taylor, Florine Thorn, Eloise Thomas, Mary
'll W.ll i ncy sb ro . th hite, h ilfong, Charlotte Williams, Margaret Wilson, Mary
en wig , Sar i or ey M' 'fine ' orth, Bet aul Y verton, Grace Younger.
l l additi l tudy g p in nversatior! as een organized this year and meets every Wednesday night at the
of o the m ers. s made up s ely of advanced students who are especially interested in improving
lr S 'h. Ga ' p yed and discussions held-all in Spanish. lts members are seated across the front
in tl1 icture
f'i1's 'es Jones, Pat, ly, Betsy London Cordon, Closson Allen. Second row: Bill Thompson, Doris Linzey,
Bar ra Pe ,, Mabel Bauc m, Edith Lee Burgess. Third row: Charlie Lambert, Kat Klyman, Charlotte Fulks,
Francyse ,lon s, Mrs. ,loync . Fourth row: Sibyl Goerch, Al Burden, Kat Powers, Dot Swain.
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Lying down: C. R. James, Charles Higgason. Kneeling: Miss Uma B. Lewis. .lim Streeler, Harry
Schuford, Sammy Braxton, Marilu Allen. Smnrling: Janet Erwin. Jean Harrell, Vivian Ellis,
Lauris Johnson, Marie Andrews. Lucy Sumner, Margaret Moore, Belly Sue Pegram, Mariarn Bull,
Joe Keever, Doris Lee.
Because of the war, we found it necessary at Broughton to form a Victory Corps
so that we could do our part in the great defense program. Many of our old clubs
were discontinued in favor of calisthenics, hrst aid, and home nursing.
These particular activities and classes were held during the school day, but some
Victory Corps activities took place after school. The MVictory Quizf, for instance,
was a weekly radio program over station VVPTF in which many students took part.
We were all enrolled in some phase of the Victory Corps at Broughton because we
were eager to help our country at War.
Joe Norwood, Hugh Stone, Chairman Dorothy Swain. and Arnold Smith list the type of hooks
Broughton students donated for the Vietory Book Campaign. Five hundred sixty-live hooks were
r-ontrihuted, and Miss Celeste Pennyis senior homeroom sent 75 eopies of the Lipper Room to the
marines at New River. These three hoys, led by Dot Swain, encouraged fellow students to huy
enough War stamps to send thirteen jeeps to Cuadaeanal, or Afriea, or perhaps to New Guiana.
Broughton students found the Vietory Corps prevalent in their classes. Arthur llendrix, Red
Youngsteadt, and Armistead Loxe are examining the model airplanes, built by students. as a phase
of the new aeronautics course, given espeeially to those boys interested in the Air Corps. Refresher
math is also at preparatory course that was added to the curriculum. All senior boys were required
to take gym to prepare them pliysieally. Army Y-12 and Navy V-5 exams were given to 523 hots April
2 who hoped to continue their education along with their military training.
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Hawkins, .lack Lancaster, Lester Chalmers. Second rout: Sonny Martin. Cecil Hodge. Robert Corniek. Third
F0101 Bunky Parker, 'Hugh Stone. Fred Newcomer, Bill Thompson, George liason, Graham Spencer. Brantley Poole.
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Raleigh opened its season by playing the
Smithfield Independents. After a hard fought
game the score was a 6 to 6 tie. Allen scored
for the locals to tie the game.
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its oldest rivals, Greensboro. Greensboro had
beaten Raleigh for the past six years. The two
teams played a hard fought battle in what
promised to be an 0 to 0 score. in the last 45
seconds Chalmers intercepted a pass from Carl
Phipps and ran 40 yards for the only score ofthe
game. For the first time in years Raleigh
had won over Greensboro.
Following the Greensboro game, Raleigh de-
feated Lumberton 40 to 0. Jordan led the Caps
with 15 points.
The next week Raleigh journeyed to Wilstmii to
suffer their first defeat of the year. Witli Clark
and Fulghum leading Wilson. Raleigh lost lid
E.M.T. was the victim of the Caps the follow-
ing week. The gold clad boys ran up the highest
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score ever made by a Raleigh team. lied by d I
Little Joe Jordan, who scored 22 points, the
Caps beat the Cadets 60 to 7.
Fresh from the E.lVl.1. victory the Caps traveled
to Charlotte to defeat the uWildcats', 12' to 6.
Jordan ran 61 yards to tie the score. Allen then
went over from the five to win the game for
The following week the team played its
toughest game of the year. Oxford Orphanage,
highly favored over the Caps, was defeated 19
to 13 by a great Raleigh team. Touchdowns by
Benson, Allen, and Jordan gave the Caps their
sixth win of the season.
Raleigh then traveled to Wilmington to take
a 6 to 0 victory. Raymond Stewart intercepted
a Wilmington pass and ran 85 yards for the
Overconfidence brought Raleigh its second
loss of the season. Lexington defeated the Caps
13 to 12, Allen scored twice for the Raleigh
Then came the big annual event of the year.
Raleigh was to meet her keenest rival-Durham.
Durham was victorious over Raleigh 6 to 0.
This was the third loss of the season for the
Raleighls final game was played with Rocky
Mount. Howard Turner of Rocky Mount ran
71 yards to score the only touchdown of the
game. Raleigh had lost to Rocky Mount 7 to 0.
Under the leadership of coaches Ray Gregson,
Lee Stone, and Fletcher Ferguson the Caps had
a very successful season. Joe Jordan and Jimmy
Allen led the backfield. Jordan was high scorer
for the conference with 63 points. Lester Chal-
mers and Raymond Stewart led the line through
the season. Chalmers, though a guard, scored
two touchdowns to be the highest scorer of the
linesmen in the state.
Upon graduation the majority of the Capital's
team will answer the call to the service.
Top to bottom: Graham Spencer
intercepted a pass and returned
it about 40 yards at Durham . . .
Our boys near the goal line . . .
Block that pass . . . That fatal
Durham game . . . Sonny Marlin
recovered a fumble.
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First row, left lo right: Hex Benson, ,loe Jordan, Johnny Williamson, Hinky Joslin, John Holding.
Iinltonz row: Phil liarlree. Earl Bennett, Bolmlmy Crocker, Conch Slone.
Pictures of Bill Bradley, Paul Ellington, Wayne While, and Paul Wyre not available.
Rocky Mount --
Duke Freshmen --
Duke Freshmen --
----April 2 Durham ------ ----April 27
----April 6 Rocky Mount --- ---April 30
----April 9 Goldsboro ---- ----May ll-
-----April 13 Wilmington ------- ----May 7
April 16 Durham -------.--- ---May 11
---April 22 Carolina Freshmen --- ---May 14
---April 23 Carolina Freshmen --- ----- May 18
Left to right: Al Burden, Elizulieth Bell, Sihyl Goerch, Pe
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The Girls, Athletic Association, led by Mrs. letters, monograms, stars, pins, and other re-
B. B. Bray, Jr., has sponsored softball, ping- wards. The Athletic Club plays a large part in
pong, skating, hiking, and swimming to further our sports program at Broughton, for it buys
the interest and sportsmanship of the members. equipment for the gymnasium with money made
This organization alone enables girls to receive from socials and other functions.
Betty Penny, President, Patricia Thrower, Vice Lowder, Treasurer, Kitty McMillan, Point He-
Presidentg Peggy Abernathy, Secretary, Nancye corrlerg Ella Hutchins, Hi Notes Editor.
Peggy Abernathy, Helen Almond, Catheryn Murray, Kitty McMillan, Betty Penny, Betty Ann
Champion, Ella Hutchins, Francyse Jones, Nancy Sawyer, Hazel Stratton, Patricia Thrower, Ann
Lowder, Nellie Jacobs, Frances Lisk, llary Louise Wright.
For the iirst time in the history of Broughton, senior boys were required to take physical education
every day during the school week to prepare them for army life. These calisthenic classes were held
at the third period under the direction of Mr. Stone. The student director was Red Upchurch.
Many of the boys who had not had any gym or any phase of physical education since the seventh
grade found it rather difficult to do all the strenuous exercises at first, but they soon developed into
fine specimens after several cross-country runs and work-outs in the gym.
This course was a definite part of the new organization, the Victory Corps, and it is hoped that
next year more boys in more classes will be given the opportunity to take calisthenics as a part of
their regular curriculum.
ln appreciation to Coach Ray Gregson, who is leaving Broughton to undertake the new
job as Business Manager of the Raleigh Public Schools, we would like to say that we are
going to miss him as a coach and as our friend.
uGreg,,' in unfailing loyalty, enthusiasm, and sincere and deep interest in every hoy and
girl at Broughton, has exerted a marked influence as football coach for 10 years at Brough-
ton. He was athletic director for three years, produced 13 championship teams, and was Dean
of Boys for three years.
Whether we call him 'aBock,,7 uCreg,', MCoach,77 or '4Sherlock,', We all have the same
opinion that he was a vital part of our high school life. None of us will ever forget the old
familiar phrase, g'Give him a zero," nor will We forget our popular coach and friend, Bay
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Thomas, are leaving school at
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learning how to be good citizens in
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lunch period, are typical examples
of how Broughton students are
keeping healthy and strong by
participating in some type of
Mildred Showalter and Al
Burden. industriously studying in
the high school library, remind
us that it is important, lo be keen,
alert. and well informed when our
rounlry is at war.
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one of the hundrezls of students
who invest in starnps and bonds
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Nadine McGee, Mary Louise Peebles, Dorothy Varner. Back row: George Mitchell, Calvin
Rand, Carl Ferrell.
Vocational training in the distributive field is a comparatively new phase
of the Federal Program of Education. The inadequacy of training provided
in the field of Distributive Education plus the recognition of economic and
social needs for making such vocational training available for workers in
distributive occupations resulted in a provision for distributive education
being added to the George-Dean Act.
Distributive occupations are those which employ workers in the business
exchanges necessary for making available to consumers the goods and
services produced by others. Examples of such occupations are: Managers,
buyers, personnel and training directors, salespersons, merchandising, man-
agers, personal shoppers, advertising personnel, display men, and fashion co-
ordinators. Some distributive businesses are jewelry, printing, department
stores, specialty shops, and public utilities.
This year the Distributive Education classes have been larger than ever
before. At the end of the year the girls and boys in the classes were pre-
sented with buttons showing that they were a part of the Retailers' Victory
Corps. In the spring, they presented a fashion show for defense.
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CONGRATULATIONS AND BEST WISHES
TO THE STUDENTS, FACULTY
AND FRIENDS OF
RALEICHIS HIGH SCHOOLS
228 East Martini Street
BY SIBYL Council
The following discourse took place between two old familiar objects at Broughton, the clock
in the tower and the flag pole:
"Well, Gloria Flag Polef, sighed the clock in the tower, utomorrow is the last day we'll see
these 165 seniors go strolling down these walks, laughing and talking together, helping each other
with English assignments, making dates, and planning a dance revue, or a style show, or some-
thing new. They were the most original bunch of seniors we ever watched grow up, always
thinking of something clever to dof'
"Yes,,i responded the flag pole, L'And do you remember that day six years ago when these
dignified seniors walked in these halls and studied in these classes for the first time? They were
subbies then, and in those days the subbies carried upper-classmenis books and trays, and did
almost anything they were asked to do for the first few weeks. My, but they were scrawny
little boys and girls! Haven't they blossomedfw
"Mr, Shaw was principal then," continued the flag pole, "and those boys and girls started
out with Billy Kenyon as their president and Mrs. C. P. Daniels as their adviser."
ul remember one night they had me all lighted upf, reminisced the clock, "because they were
having a party. That was a fine party! Some of them did a dance that they called the 'Big
Applef but most of them ran and slid on the floor. Htlman Thomas was selected as gMiss Sub-
"You know, Claudia, that group of boys and girls were the only class to be sub-freshmen
two years in a rowf' sympathized the flaff pole. "They still had to sit on the right-hand side
in chapel because the citizens in Raleigh vboted for a twelfth grade. Jimmy Allen was class presi-
dent, and David Cozart was adviser. lt was Mr. Paul A. Reidis first year as principal. Donit you
remember those boys and girls coming over here to see Smiling Through' and 'Harbour Lights'?7i
"l will never forget the ninth grade because that was the time they had 'Sadie Hawkins Day.'
Why Juanita Anderson, Kat Powers, Sibyl Goerch, Jean Kiger, Gloria Vann Batchelor, Betsy Fox,
Betsey London Cordon, Marguerite Worth, and Jean Norwood scared me to death chasing those
little boys around my base. l think it scared the boys too, but they all celebrated at a 'Sadie
Hawkins Dance, that night. lt wasn't long before they just naturally became freshman, thoughf'
"'Bobby Broughton led them as presidentf' bevan Gloria, "with the assistance of Miss Annie
Smaw. l remember that year in particular becausebthree little boys, Duke Morgan, Jackie Hawkins,
and Ralph Parks, nearly broke my face with a football they kicked at me. l believe that was the
year a member of their class was a cheer leader. He was a big red-headed boy named John Alexanderf'
fAnd that was the yearihey lowered my. Hagat halilmast in memory of that fine teacher Mrs.
William Hicks," continued the flag pole. 7
"Gloria, will you ever forget that Valen'ine party that tenth grade had? Marguerite Worth and
Hardy Mills were the iKing and Queen of Heartsf They certainly must have liked Billy Kenyon
because he was elected president again. and Miss Melissa Strother was the class adviser. Johnny
Williamson edited a paper called the Roof Carden Newsfi
"Vivian Barrow and Betty Penny led the drill team, and Jackie Hawkins was the secretary of
the Student Council. There was an epidemic of measles, but we just couldn't hold those kids
down because they wanted to be juniors so bad," said Gloria Flag Pole.
'AAS juniors, those boys and girls really were into everything. That was the year Mr. Helms
came to Broughton. Billy Simpson was their president, and Mrs. A. C. Hall advised them. l will
never forget that campaign they had for president of the student body with real campaign managers,
banners, and speeches. Billy Simpson was elected. It was about that time that the United States
declared warf' reminisced the clock.
"Well, 1,11 never foraet that original Junior-Senior they gave their superiorsf, added Gloria.
"The gym was decorated like a circus, and funny cartoons of outstanding seniors were hung around
the tent. Bo Newcomb, Park and Worth White. and Charlie Penick drew the cartoons. Those juniors
gave a mighty good play, 'You Can't Take It With You,' and Jackie Hawkins was an ofiicer again
-this time, as vice president of the student body."
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"Well, I turned my hands 52,984 times around my face until the day those subbies became
dignified seniors,', said Claudia Clock. "They sat right down on the front row with Johnny
Williamson as their president and Mr. C. E. Crawley as their adviser. They presented 6'I'he Barretts,
as their senior play. Of course, some of their classmates had left for the army, navy, and marines,
and some went off to college and other schools so that they could graduate before they had to go
to war. Congress had passed a law stating that 18- and 19-year-old boys could be drafted."
"I waved my flag proudly all year," added Gloria, ubecause I knew these seniors were thinking
a great deal about me and their country. They organized a Victory Corps and Mabel Baucom
made a service flag for the boys who had already left. One senior home room sent 77 copies of
the Upper Room to the marine base at New River. They bought defense stamps and war bonds,
gave patriotic programs, and all the senior boys took gym at the third period."
"I Watched the seniors in their caps and gowns strolling along these walks today for the last
time," said the clock in the tower, Hand I wondered if they would remember all the little things
that made them laugh and ery together during these years. Theyill be getting their diplomas
tomorrow night and saying goodbye."
"They'll never forget," said the flag pole. "They will even remember you and me and the
lockers and the broken seats in the auditorium and Turner and the old showcase in the front hall.
They'll reminisce once in awhile and when they do, they'll smile and say, 'Broughton wasn't such a
bad place, after al1'."
B is for the Broughton boys who've left us.
R is for the rights which they maintain.
O is for the officers who lead them,
Fighting so democracy will reign.
U is for our ever worthy Uncle.
G is for Old Glory waving fair.
H is for the anxious hours we've waited,
Hoping for some news from over there.
T is for the thousands who are dying
O is for our oath to help them through
N is for the nobleness of freedom
Which will ever live in red, white, and blue.
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4-New students and teachers recognized as Broughton family returns after summei
11vFootball season opens.
15-Student Council organized.
29-Tea and scavenger hunt for new students.
October 9-National Honor Society Fall tapping ceremony.
October 12-Senior Day at State College.
October 13-Report Cards-end of Hrst six weeks.
5-7-Seven delegates attend State Student Council Congress i
6-7-Four delegates attend Hi-Y Conference in Charlotte.
16-20-National Honor Society sponsors uHello Week.'7
24+-Report Cards again-end of second six weeks.
4-Students invest 356,625 in bonds on Bond Day.
4-Juniors sponsor "Stage Door."
8-Student Leaders Banquet.
15-Basketball season opens.
18W-Christmas Pageant and Girl Reserves' White Christmas.
18-January 4SCihristmas Holidays.
21-End of fall semester.
22-Patriotic play and presentation of service Hag in assembly.
12-Queen of Hearts presentation.
29-National Honor Society Spring tapping ceremony.
School-Wide Tuberculin tests.
2-Victory Book Campaign closes.
4'-First six weeks of Spring term ends.
15-Jeep Campaign officially opened.
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19-Students celebrate Arbor Day by planting an avenue of trees.
22-Students permitted to hear the North Carolina Orchestra fre
22-Jap sub exhibition.
26-'4Jazz and Minuetfi exhibition play, given in Chapel Hill.
27kHi-Y entertains at picnic.
April 2-Juniors entertain Seniors at annual prom.
April 2-Baseball season opens.
April 16-Jeep Campaign successfully closes.
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HARDWARE PAINTS SEEDS
JOB P. WYATT AND SONS CO.
RALEIGH, NORTH CAROLINA
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April 22ASecond six weeks of Spring term ends.
April 23-26-Easter Holidays.
April 30-Senior play, 6'The Barrettsf, presented.
May 7-Music Department presents Spring concert.
May 7-Second Bond Day.
May 21-Seniors receive caps and gowns.
M.ay 21-LATIPAC issued.
May 21-The worst is over-the best is yet to come.
May 28-Class night.
May 30-Baccalaureate Sermon.
May 31-'fWe finally made it."
BY DOROTHY PEEBLES
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BY TOMASINE Ctmzs
Shutting off the alarm clockis ringing cry,
He rolls from his bed with a yawning sigh.
Fumbling in the dark, he gets his clothes on,
Grabs a bite to eat and he is gone.
He gets his coat, a couple of books, and yells to his friend,
Together they trod along battling against the wind.
"Why didnlt that guy give us a ride?" he grimly asks
As he sees a rare automobile whizzing past.
He walks along by the light of the moon,
Taking care not to reach school too soon.
Putting and blowing they progress slowly by degrees
Not giving any credit to the persisting breeze.
He dashes in the building a few minutes before nine,
Takes a deep breath and prepares for a three flight climb.
He bursts open his homeroom door and with a look of fear,
Peers up at the clock in the room and yells, 'Tm here."
The first two periods he exercises his brain,
But that dreaded third period is his physical strain.
All that up down, running, and jumping like on parade,
Puts Latin, Geometry, and Chemistry back in the shade.
He goes back to his studies, not feeling too bright,
And earnestly tries to control his appetite.
Out of the room, and for the cafeteria he is bound,
When that long awaited lunch period rolls around.
Finally he finishes his lunch and feeling on top of the world,
He goes up into the hall and watches the jitterbugs whirl.
He thoroughly enjoys these minutes of free time,
But the next periods hels back in the old grind.
After the eighth period comes to an end,
His afternoon fun then really begins.
Basketball, tennis, and then he can hardly wait.
To finish his day with his favorite date.
He goes out feeling perfectly gay,
So ends his typical Broughton day.
fWith apologies to all poets.D
RALEIGH, NORTH CAROLINA
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The delicious chocolate cake and oatmeal cookies the cafeteria offered frequently?
.limmy "Pester,' Nance being thrown around by any senior boy who happened to be present?
The roses blooming on the fence around the old athletic field?
How Mr. and Mrs. Crawley were always trying to be friendly toward students?
The good looking clothes Sue Tuck Eason wore all year?
Bo Newcomb on a bench in front of the auditorium every morning when you came to school?
The war posters in the halls and on the bulletin board?
That the Hi-Times put out six page editions?
The large amount of scrap the Hi-Y contributed?
Student interest in the "Jeep" campaign?
All the fine accomplishments of the Student Council?
The excellent sportsmanship displayed by the football and basketball teams?
The number of students making the honor roll during the your?
The worried expressions on many faces as report cards were issued?
How earnestly the juniors worked on the Junior-Senior?
That the eighth grade claims many future leaders?
The dependability of all the marshals?
Those blonde tresses owned by Margaret Morley?
The fraternity pins worn by Gloria Van Batchelor and Ruth Kutschinski?
How many red suits were sported by the girls?
How clean the school looked after that Spring clean-up campaign?
That Broughton claims many future models?
Mr. de Sola enjoying the sunshine outside the band room?
How much Bill Bell enjoys those Chesterfields?
How eiiiciently Grant Moen handled the financial matters of the school?
That "Red" Upchurch is Broughton's Charles Atlas?
How Charles Jones worked on the stage crew? Y
The pleasure that the LATIPAC class got in putting out this '43 edition?
Reddy Kilowatt, your Electrical Servant,
,A cleans, cooks, saws, provides light, runs
inotorsg in fact, hc does just about anything.
TI1at,s why he is so important in Americzfs
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Your Business is Apprecioted
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CONGRATULATIONS AND BEST WISHES
TO THE STUDENTS, FACULTY,
AND FRIENDS OF
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PROGRESSIVE educational program in terms of person-
Distinguished record of student honors and achievement. Effective honor sys-
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arts, home economics. Provision for supervised teaching in Raleigh schools.
ATTRACTIVE location in Raleigh, 'Gthe educational center
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Beautiful campus of 182 acres. Modern fireproof dormitories, with generous
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Write for catalogue and other information
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ln conclusion, we, the staff of the 1943 LATIPAC, would like to give
credit Where credit is due to the many students, teachers, and business firms
who have helped us to present to you this War Edition. lf the senior
class had not voted to have an annual this year, we would have certainly
done withoutg therefore the very existence of this 1943 LATIPAC is a
result of the fast talking and the quick thinking of your dignified seniors.
We hope that you will appreciate this edition more than any other
yearbook that you have owned because we have struggled through
government orders and shortages to present it. The pictures may he
smaller, the pages cut, and the mats made from substitutesg but the 1943
LATIPAC still represents a year at Broughton when our country was at War.
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FOR THE EDUCATION AND CULTURE
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li. Two-year General College Course.
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III. SPECIAL INDIVIDITAL COURSES IN ART, EXPRESSION,
PIANO, VOICE AND VIOLIN
An invitation is extended to all Morson and Broughton girl
graduates to investigate Peace before making plans to attend
College. We have adequate facilities for their comfort at Peace
and our large number of Raleigh girls in attendance from year
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