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

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' , - , - V f M f.. iAA f H, ,, t iii f "' :'--Y 71 , Y K y ,k 1 X - iv if-+-Lair - - -- Y 7 in .l-- N Wi - ,,,-i COLONEL AIi'l'HU1t ROGERS For Disfiliguis led Service ' The first VVorld Wfur started the Automobile Industry of today. The present VVorld VVa1' will be the beginning of to- morrowis great industry, Aviation. Since North Carolina gave birth to the first airplane at Kitty Hawk, N. C., every young North Curolinian should consider it his birthright privilege and responsibility to add to this wonderful achievement. Yam IWW 007- U5 l71r'C'7V"'f5' 4, ff' ix 'v ,fn , .l J X. , N. ' 'x i i, X l A ,ff X X ,bm 'Tj f ,V f . f B in 'N r w Y ' .,kA X' .,, I E J Q - ll Xp 11 X I N ' il l X.. . is Q XX .sw 7' 7, 5 7 w Xp ix 321' i wigs ix Xa ri ' e Q f 9 4 7 X K9 Tn ruasm N l T.here's a big flight scheduled for us 'LM graduates-a flight on which we'll wish more fervently than CVC1' before that the dream of our elders, of a world of everlasting peace, had come true. In '42 they had no warning. December 7, 1941, fixed that. Scarcely sure of their wings, the iledglings were pushed out of the nest before they linda chance to know how high they'd have to fly. In 343 it was only a little betterg persons within a year of graduation usually have their routes well plotted, and they had set their Compasses to follow the sky-roads of peace. YVC of H1141 have a better ClliIl1CC. lVe know about ceiling and visibility conditions we're likely to meet. lVe,ve had a chance to strengthen our wings and set our instruments for blind-flying through this. Yes, thereis a big flight scheduled-but we,ll meet that schedule, armed and prepared-all set for a safe and certain landing. 5 l'V a'lII1llIUllIl!lIlllllIUIJl1l!IiIIIllIlI.1Il no no . ' spill 5 X I f' -5-"-L' , i f'i:ft l1llli!'ll ' all l ll gi A Basic llIlfUI'IHilIlUlI There is hardly one of us today, civilian or servicenian, who is not conscious of the ever growing interest in airplanes and the development of air-power. VVith this in inincl, we have chosen aviation as the theme for the 194+-L LATIPAC. As you turn the pages, you will fincl a 'Gfiight log", of the activities of the '-L-ls senior class of Needham Broughton High School: You will fincl recorclecl here, memories of our training years, for Broughton has been the proving ground for our basic training, our practice flights, and finally our preliminary take-oiic. 6 Fligllt COIlIIH6llldBI'S ' ,grfi ' MR. H, A, H1.:1,1us MR. JESSE O. SANDERSON 12,-,QM-iiml Supcrintc mZe nt Raleigh City Schools Flight Supervisors Left to right, .s'cmfvfl.' MRS. Mc'C1z,xRY, RIAYOR rxNDRlCXVS, and MR SANDERSON. ' Sf!!-ll!liIlLf7.' DR. Hicks, Blu. P1c,x1:f'1a, Du. C',xn11'f1s1fr L, and Mu. BIARTIN .-lbscnvt 7c'h cfn picture was vnzfdc: Mus. AYCOCK. - 7 The Flight Instructors plana 6byM-'G-A MR. H. A. HELMS, A.B., M.A., Principal MR. I. L. BAKER, B.A., English, Aero- 'nautics MRS. V. C. BANKS, A.B., Eighth Grade JULIA B. BARRETT, B.A., Eighth Grade MRS. VAUL1'A BOWVMAN, B.S., Home Economics N1kNCY BURGE, A.B., Librarian LIARY B. CANNON, A.B., M.A., Blathe- 'matics LESSIE CoGDELL, B.A., Geometry AIRS. G. E. CRAIVLEY, A.B., Eighth Grade INIARY DE Bom, B.S., Cafeteria MRS. LEO F. DESOLA, B.S., Choral M'usic, Music Appreciation DIARY OLIVER ELLINGTON, B.S., Biology MRS. JOHN O. EVANS, A.B., History MRS. J. E. FLETCIiER, A.B:, Latin and English Elm A0-0, xp. D First row, left to right: Miss Lefier, Miss Koonce Second row: Mrs. Sandling, Mrs. Yelton, Mrs. Joyner, Miss Cogdell. Third row: Miss Burge, Miss Runnion, Mrs. deS01a, Mrs. Hillman, Mr. Baker. Back row: Mr. Freeman, Mr. Stone, Miss Penny. 8 "7X.f1v-J- 711-S. X .A ffff 900 F'i1'sb 'ro-zc', loft to fright: Miss Ellington., Miss Griffin, Mrs. Sharp, Mrs. Evans, Mrs. Glenn. Swroml row: Miss Yount, Miss Phillips, Miss Gcorgxc, Mrs. Rhodes, Miss Lewis, Miss Strotlier, Miss Paschal. MRS. N. D. FONVILLE, A.B., M.A., Eighth Grade TIIOMAS VVILI.IvIo'I"r FREEMAN, A.B., B.M.E., Zilwehanical DT!lTC'i7I.q, Shop JULIA EVELYN FULLER, B.S., Physical Education BIARGUERRITE CEEORGE A.B. Sm-nish, I I MRS. IELLEN R. GLENN, A.B., Evzglish HAZEL GIlI1"lPIN, A.B., M.S., English, Public Speaking ANNE I'IENDIlICKS, B.S., Eighth Grade MARY Foy HESTER, A.B., M.A., Eighth Grade MRS. JAMES E. HILLMAN, Ojifce. MRS. O. K. JOYNER, A.B., English, Dramaticsf :ELIZABETH KNOWLES, A.B., English NEIII, KOONCE, B.S., Physics, Chemistry AI.BER'I'INE LEFLER, B.S., Band Ohlli BLISS IJEXVIS, A.B., Dlathematics LAUIIA HELEN PASCI-IAL, B.A., M.A., English S J V f 1,1 j I. ,,., ,, 1,7 , lf , V . . , ,, I . ,, .: ,Q 1 ' 9 LISSIE PEARCE, A.B., Eighth Grade CI-:LESTE PENNY, A.B., M.A., English IDOROTHY PHILLIPS, A.B., Home Economics IE CAROLINE POWELL, A.B., M.A., Biology Mus. JOHN C. Roo'r, A.B., Science FI . " h Mus. C. R. RI-IoDEs, A.B., Commercial I ti Typing, Boolflfeeping HELEN RUNNION, M.A., Ilistorg Y A ' 1 1 Mus. LILLIAN SANDLING, A.B., French A ANNIE SMAW, B.S., M.S., Mathematics . Mus. J. M. SHARP, A.B., Commercial Shorthand, Typing LEE J. STONE, B.S., M.A., Physical Education BIELLISSA S'rno'rIfIEn, ALB., Latin LULA YOUNT, A.B.,- Dlathenzatics, Eighth Gracie AIlENA Pom: YCELTON, B.A., Study Hall Fi,-gg row, lgfg ig -right: Mrs. Crawley, Mrs. l50wInan, Miss Fuller, Knouiles, Miss Smuw, Miss Cmmon, Mrs. Banks, Mrs. Fletcher. Second row: MISS Hendricks, Miss Pearce, Mrs. Fonville. Third -row: Miss Barrett, Miss Hester, Mrs. Root. 10 1 , ' 1 l fl If 1 ,- if y . , i I r l pj 540 ,,1,z.,,f. f., Jimi fro - 7 'gwgfu X7 fin.-2 ffeiff-lb af: wi Jim 'QJZUFZQ 'bf Kwgvu Ffcoee "' if A JOB- ,445 ,y1c Qiwuza- fl!-Z. 'lbw' uQl,,,f.e, g- dw-9 CHQ'-S be "'w""'M!9'w ji ffl .QM 42 rwolaekwd 'La r,4!jQf:f:x.fL'V:g-y- - Lbslk .Lo we SQA tj- Gff-iii J. alfr- eer Alwm H- SLU' W' 'W Q6 ' Qwa "s.lw.0f: C9 CMQMQ1 err +awZfaf7ff5fa we gf-AK-M? ff Sf Awe., JI' A :Af lf, Q ..-W ,f'f1f"i 1Q""""7ifx 74-7 '7 7 Vik' r M'-f ,f ' SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS Buck r1m:': l'IlcNnv Llxlzin-:nal-211, Miss Kooxci-:, Donn XVORLIIY. Srrvzrlrl row: Vic B1-zu., MARY EI.I.liN WuL1.oNs, NEWTON lluuixsux. Clrcmlinl: PAT Mono.-xx. , , vvff, ' Y' ,. . If jgwt ,n , "Off we go., into the wide blue yonder, flying high." Thus the 178 seniors of the class of 'VM bid dear old Broughton their fond goodbyes after a very eventful year. The seniors, fully realizing the importance of hard work in war time, have taken their share of it in their stride. The boys, pre- paring for some phase of the defense of our ,i,. t ' ig work- 0utf'ffigT1tXi'Mf f5fl 'V i P1 10 -I 0 studying for air c I . , i'ce,L , g io11s. The eiijgggqlgg aie ,X e- and p1'epai'-i1rg ' gi H-' ' arg " "'l N l some- where OI1NflC ion front, have set an excellent example for 'SN-ll1sCx0H1lI1g senior girls to follow. Though the pace of the "Age of Flight" will he a swift one, the class of '44 has laid a solid foundation and will soar into the horizon of tomorrow with ours the motto., "Destination Victory." 11 5 I N 1 -. . J 46044 f . its 414-J ,Q F'i1'sl row, left to right: Secoml row: GEORGE ADAMS 4 I , 'flu-ing things . . Mr. I-nterlncutor . . . clothes 'with class. Student Council Rep. 4, Junior-Senior 4, Little Theater 4, 5, Pres. 5, Latin Club 2, 3, Jr. Boys Lit. Soc. Sec., Candid Cnmeru Club 2, lJA'l'Il'AC 5, Assistant Business Mgr., Hi-Y 5, Operettn 5, Hi-Y Minstrel 5, G-olden Musquers 5. ARTHUR ARONSON, JR. ulllllllflllls lcnow ?" . . . 'make-up mlm . . . sleeveless sweaters. Little Theater 5, Latin Club 2, 3, Librnrisui 33 Spanish Club 4, 5, Science Club 1, Opcrettzi 5, Clim-actor, Golden Musquers 5. i LUCILLE ATKINSON 0O1lSCl'07lf'lU'1.lS , . . lIlUC'l7l!1 to Belly . . . 'rnsc1'we1l., Girl- Reserves 2, 3, 8th Chorus 1, ll'nr Times 5, Typist, Jr. Girls Ath. Asso. 1. MARY WILLIS BAIN irri4lescent.s . . . blue eyes . . . Nina. Vice Pres. Sub-1"1'esl1nmn Class 1, Jr. Drnmntir-S Club 2, Glee Club 2, 3, 4,' 5, Sth Chorus 1, Opercttu 5, Cllaractcr. GEORGE BASON Mr. Soyzh . . . dmwin' 71-ilclwrs . . . Green Eyes. Student Council Rep. 3, Citizenship Committee, Class Of- licers Pres. 3, Vice Pres. 4, Mnrslinl 4, 5, Junior-Senior 4, Little Theater 4, 5, Spnnish Club 4, 5, Sec. 4, Glee Club 2, Boys' Lit. Soc. 2, 3, Vice Pres., Junior 1-Ii-Y 2, 3, Bth Chorus 1, LATIPAC7 5, Science Club 1, 2, Hi-Y 5, Football 2, 3, 4, 5, Hi-Y Minstrel 5, Boy Scouts 1, 2, Honor Society 4, 5, Monogram Club 3, 4, 5. ANNA CAREY BATCHELOR poetry . . . yankee t-wfmg . . . "Bak-li." Spanish Cluh 4, 5, Other Schools 1, 2, Ll, 4. LIB BELL Broughton's wil . . . giggles . . . "S1:u'ka." Little Theater Play, Marshal, Cheerleader 4, 5, Junior- Senior 4, Little Tlleatm' 4, 5, Sec. 5, Jr. Drmnuties Club 3, LNPIPAC 2, 5, Jr. Play 4, Jr. Girls Ath. Assn., L Trens., Library Assistant 2, Broughton Revue 4, Sophomore Superlntive, 'Wit, Senior Superlntive, XVit., lT'wr Times Statf, Golden Masquers VICTOR BELL St. Mary's . . . selliiml bonds . . . ivulunble Vic. Student Council, Vice Pres. 5, Freshman Class, Pres. 2, Sioph. Class Treasurer 3, Senior Class Treasurer 5, Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 5, Sgl..'l1tzAl'lllS 2, Boys' Lit. Soc. 2, LATIPAC 5, Boy Scouts 1, 2. N i N I einem. 1 f' K , 5621 nik...-v k v ', ' ' ' 'Clif' Jig Haw ,MVK 9 Ai! 1 J I IQWAQTZ R I VK, A , 1 n I' A rw' 1 A hu-N2 My 'Jian'-7 M" ,, 4" . of 94? Q-, Fl 7 I, ,,'I3 jihad . J ,439 , 1 Serfrmal ro w : BARBARA BROCKWELL Innings . . . ba-slcetbrzll . . . "Bubbie." Jlll'1i01"S0lli0l'Q Little Tlieater 4, 53 Jr. Druumlics Club 1, Lutin Club lg Sth Chorus lg LATIPACQ Girls Ath. Asso. lg Operclta 5, Audio Visual Comm. 4, Queen of Hi:1i1't's Court. ANNE 'BROWN quartet . . . Oh! Johnny . . . concertos. Little Theater 49 Jr. Drnmfitics Club 1, 23 Latin Club 2: Spanish Club 5, Glue Club 2, 3, 4, 52 8th Chorus 13 Jr. girls Ath. Assn. 1g Operettn. 55 Broughton Revue 43 Hi-Y Ilinslrol. :BETTY BRYANT ' heater 5 Cond' no ub 2, 3, 0 . 3, 1 rattan - I ertisinf: tMgr. Hi-Ti'me.v 43 War Times 53 Girls' Atvh. Xiqnut ' ' , "' d' 7' W 5 'u C cw 5' 1, Opcro in 5, CiH1l'llCi1C1'Q Girl Scouts 1, 2, Broughton ,God Iasqi s 5.' ' , 6 Tuvue 4,6-Ionor Society 4, 55 B Natimiil Music Club 4, 5, rcus. 4, ice Pres. 5' Carnival Court 1' Golden Musquers 5. 1: sig 7041. ' ' .Lg Qi Dull' Jli1'tiw1.g . . . fzlmterl skirts . . . Zum EN LAN I 1-shul 43 Cheerleader 35 Junior-Senior 43 Little Theater 5, my H: N, Dramutics Club- 25 Spanish Club 43 Conversation Club 4, 3 ' f Club 3, 4, 5, Sec. 4, Reporter 3, 4, 55 Sth Chorus 1, L 0 CLYDE BRYANT football swerzlers . . . Bobbie . . . "1Icm1l." Junior-Senior 43 Glee Club lg Sth Chorus 1, Science Club 2, 35 Ili-Y 51 Football 4, 5, Basketball 53 Hi-Y Minstrel 55 Boy Scouts 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, Patrol Leader, Eagle 3, 4, 53 Jr. Football 2, 33 Monogram Club 4, 5, Intl-au1ural Busketl bull 1, 2, 3, 45 Intramural Softball 3. First row, left tn right: BETSY' BUCHANAN flianwml . . . Sonny . . . "Being Baby." Slurlent Council Representative 15 House Com. 35 Vice President of Sophomore Class5 See. of Fresluunu Ulassg Spanish Club II, Sec.5 LATLPAC 55 Scif-ure Cluh 2, Sec.: Jr. Girls Ath. Assn. lg Junior-Senior 45 Queen of Hearts 55 lV!l'I"TfHIl'.Y Staff 55 BILLY BULLOCK luzuling the lnwkvllmll team . . . slender sun . . . frrvlfles. Hugh Morsuu 1, 2, 3, 4. P Q' beinn NBBIIGJI . . . lzflckslrmyrf lvrnwn . . . H.1ffII?.H xx , MALCOLM BUTNER Hugh Morsnu 25 Little Tlmutvr 55 Fyping flluh 45 Art Club5 Hobby Cluh5 Science Cluh5 Band 15 Football 35 Boy Scouts 15 Golden Musquers 5. - BOBBY BYNUM MII . . . inililury-mimlwl . . . xlwrfvrlz r'lu.vx. Sciuce Club 1, 25 Glen Club 15 Czxmeru Club 25 Boy Scout 5 . Second row : VIRGINIA CAMPBELL "Oh, l1z1nnnI1!" . . . Tabu. . . . keyboard kill. Aurliu Visuul 45 Elections Com, 55 Chairman Points Com. 4. 55 Little 'I'l1entL-1' 4, 55 Jr. Drnumtics Club Pres. 25 French Club, Vice President 4, 55 Latin Club 25 G-lee Club 25 Hill Chorus 15 Ili-Tinms. Sec. 25 Jr. Girls' Ath. Asso.. Pres. 15 Opcrvttzl 55 Jr. Play 45 Hi4Y Minstrel 4, 55 Broughton Revue 45 Honor Society 4, 5, Pres. 55 Golden Musquers BETTY CANADY V-illnil . . . ymrntrnnpvrs . . . wrilirul letters. Jr. Drnumtivs Olulv 15 Girl Reserves 2. 35 8111 Chorus 15 TVIII' Times 5, Typist. NANCY CARLTON carrot top . . . Salem lzouml . . . nose for news. Little Theater 4, 55 Jr. 1'Jl'lllll2illt'S Club 2, 35 Latin Club 2, 35 Spanish Club 4, 55 War .'l'inws 5. DOROTHY CAUDLE rlepmuluble . . . shorty . . . "Dah" Glue Club 1, 2, 47 Girl Reserves 4: Girls' Ath. Assn. 5. 31' RG. K x . .1-hm.. , . p .'C ' Qt. ., ,- , , t x . ' X l s x ' I ,-,, , u- . . ' "' - , ' .,'.. . 1.5 - -,. . -y, .,.-,. in 9' 5. , . ...,-'- gt .v ' s t,. , , r-. - --is , -ll , .b Q .. , d X is 2, 4 A t.. y ', N x 1 W., .1 .t... 2 --mm Q "1 I! t r 1- .' S ., a L at rv U ' rw f-. -.. f""""' - FHL- Itl -'lc li ' tm IOM, rr. f lllllt . Q2 , vf 1 ' M .T0l?.IE CAVENESZJ, .1 mmlust genius . . . ukr its-s'lim'1I . . . rnpnhllf ml Points Com. 5, Little Tlurutor 53 lmtin Club 3: Frenclt mul, 4, 5, Soc, 4, Girl Reserves 4, 5, Trunsurvr 5, Nth Chorus lg G-irls Ath. Asso. 25 Jr. Girls Ath. Asso. 13 Drill Team 2g Honor Society 5, Treats. 55 Girl Scouts 1, 2. GLADYS CHAMBERS 1f7'0IllI'lt'll1l bound . . . Danny B011 . . , ufrplancs. Clivcrlcuder 35 Junior-Senior 4, Little Tlleuter 4, 5, Vice Pres. 51 Jr. Drzunutics Club 33 Spanish Club 4, 5, Glen Club 25 8th Chorus 1: LA'l'.H'Au 53 War Tinwx 5, Girls Ath. Asso. ZZ, Ouerottn 5, Student Count-il Representative 35 Co-Q-lmirmnn Program Com. 5: Audio Visuul Com. 4, 51 Girl St-outs 2: Jr. Play 43 Contest Pluy 45 Letters to L1ir:t'1'1ie, Golden Mnsquers 5. GUY CHENEY lmmlli-ne herzrlzrclzax . . . pluirl cunt . . . Marie, Spanish Club 51 War Times 5. GEORGE CHERRY vonclziny career , . . "that revnin-:Is me of" . . . "cherry llI06'S077Z.n Student Council Representative 45 Sgt.-ut-Arms 43 Junior- Senior 4: Sth Bond 13 Associate Sports Editor of LATIPAO 5: Seienro Club 1, Hi-Y 4. 5, Vico Pres. 5, Football 4, 53 Bnsketbnll 3, 4, 5, Hi-Y Minstrel 5, Boy Scouts 1, 2: Truck 4g Jr. Football 2, 3, Jr, Basketball 1, 25 Senior Superlative. Sports. Stutlvntz Council Rep. 55 Junior-Senior 43 Spanish Club m, Vit-0 Pros.: Sth Bunfl 13 Hobby Club 25 Sth Chorus 1 3 LATIPAC 55 Hi-Y 5: Band 2, 35 Hi-Y Minstrel 53 Boy Scouts 1., 2, Patrol Lender. GLORIA CHURN pretfy jnmlcls . . . .Rf'IHft'Cll' . . . C'Iij7'.s sis. Home Economics Club 1, Pres., Girl Scouts 1: Audio-Visual Com. 45 Spanish Club 3, 4, Little Theater 4, Junior-Senior 45 Rocky Mount High School 1. MARTHA BRYANT CLARK lflil-jl Lrnssrs . . . l1I't'l'ltlt5HI1U ryns . . . lip top typist. Junior-Senior 4, Jr. Drunuttirs Club lg Latin Club 2. 31 Glen Club 2, 35 Sth Chorus 1, LA'r11'Ac 5, Typing Club 4, 5. PHYLLIS COOPER M!'lf0j20l'ffl1'll mivs . . . dainty . . . "PI1il." Student Council Representative 35 Vice Pres. Sth Grade, Little Theater 45 Jr. Dmuuxtics Club 2, Spanish Club 4, 55 Glee Club 2, 3, 4, 2nd Vice Pres. 5, 8th Chorus 13 LATIPAC Club 23 Operettu 5, Character. " f Y CHIPLEY ' U, f' H 1 . 'ivt-I-4.-Q lm.n.1.,m1r lm-mun . . . 'nl .:- 1 mr' . . . Pnotsw. -1 ' n J' it Aff 1 First row, Id! to right: ANN COPLEY Yunkrfe uccfnt . . . 88 . . . "Coin" .Ti-. Di-:iiiintirn Cluh 15 Spanish Club 55 Girl Roslwves I-S, 4, Vice Pres. 45 8th Chorus 15 Girl Reserve Con- ference 3. ROBERT CORNICK rhilzlhovrl sumethmrl . . . leading the baflcdcld . . . Lil' Robert. Class Ofticers, Pros. 4, Vice Pros. 25 Mnrsllul 45 Latin Club 3, Vice Pres.5 Boyds Lit. Soc. 2, Tr0us.5 Hi-Y 4, 5, Treas. 55 Football 4, 55 Swimming 35 I-Ii-Y Minstrel -1, 55 Boy Scouts 1, 2, 3. ANNE COTHRAN Bill . . . up mul framing 1l1'siylu'r . . , Iwllr' uf m4'1'l:. rh'uu'in11. Juuior'Souior 45 Little Thcutcr 4, 55 Jr. Druuuttics Club 35 Latin Club 15 Spanish Club 4, 55 LA'l'IPAC Club 25 luxfrrluxc: 55 Ili-Times Club 35 Marslml Jr. Play 45 Jr. Play 45 Golden Masquers 5. AIMEE COVING-TON iuetwing high heels , . . slrau'bm'ry blond . . . LS-MFT. Little Theater 55 Spanish Club ., 55 GJ-g'fjub 1,,,-5 Hobby Club, Soc. 25 Sth Chorus 1. 7 V, fr, Sacoml -row : JOHN CRABTREE Jliss Pennffs yes man . . . lavxtalizing tenor . . . Rob. Little Tlmatvi' 4, 55 Jr. Drnumtics Club 1, 2, 3. Prvw 1' Latin Club 2, 35 G-lee Cluh 3, 45 Sth Chorus 1: 0lJGl'Elill.5, Charac- tor5 Broughton Revue 45 Honor Society 4, 5. Trans. 55 Golden Mzisquers 55 "Letters to Ll1CBl'llL!u RAYMOND CRAIG Izusirirss boy . . . being frirzully . . . "Sec yn? at the Y." 8th Chorus 1. LIZETTE CROCKER xhurt hnir . . . H716 semis me" . . . brnmirig. Little Theater 45 Jr. Drammtics Club 1, 2, Sec. 25 Latin Cluh 2, 35 Rth Chorus 15 LATIPAC 55 Girl Scouts 1. BETTY JEAN CULIBRETH Olirrrlvs . . . temiwle 'l'llU!j1l.K4f,S . . . "Bee Joy." Clurerlcuder 35 Junior-Senior 45 Little Tilkilflil' 45 Jr. Drzuuntics Club 1, 2, Historian 25 S1'l1llliSh Club 4, 55 .G-Ice Club 2, 35 Sth Chorus 15 LATIPAC 5, Circulation Mgr. 55 Marslml Jr. Play 45 Honor Society 4, 5, Vice Pres. 45 B Natural Music Club 3, Sec. 35 Student Council Rep, 15 l'ut1':xn1urz1l Sports Com. 5, CO'Uililil'lTHl1lQ Senior Superlutive, Sports. 4 qJfL14.,cLf4S' 1 e .J 1 aa V "-. K 11 ' C f UgMlYf,a Vik' xQ " '-Y - v Lau. J-. - 1 ff 't -. , K'-ii, f -ff--Q S fx-. 1- '-.7 x VP- ix, N V- 'L i l 1- v uw J ., ,gl gf ' YA M " tu X ' H F'ir.f:t row, left to 'rightz . Second ra-w: X , ' i' ". "' L '- FRANK DAVIS EDITH DEYTON -VL 7 yn'u'rrf just killing you . . . Rwlouyu -... Tank. cnquetlirlff , . . flmmrl-l1'c damsel . . . cummunilly C07lfld!1'Ill25 Junior-Senior 45 Little Theuterg Spanish Club lg 8th Chorus, LA'1'1l'Ac 55 Boy Scouts 1, 2, 3, 4, 5. JOHN DAVIS Shorty . . . lzcxt of frirnzls . . . ".Iolmny." Typing Club 4, Science Club 1, 2. PEGGY DAVIS wiuking . . . vital und 'v1'r.-rutile . . . "4fI1.eese." Publicity Com. 4, 5, Chuirmun 53 Junior Cluss Sec. -1, Mm'slt:1l 55 Clleerleuder 4, 5. Heurl Cheerleader 53 Junior- Seuior 45 Little Theater 4, 59 Jr. Dramatic Club, Sec. 2: French Club 4, 5, Vice Pres. 4, Sec. 52 Spanish Club 3, 43 Conversation Group 4, Glec Club 2, 8th Chorus 11 LATIVAC Editor-in-Chief 5, Ili-Timm 3, 4, War Ti1n,c'.s 5, Broughton Revue 45 Honor Society 4, 5, Senior Supcrlative, Versatilityg D.A.R-. Citizenship Award. . VERNA LEE DESERN "French is just awful" . . . quiet 'u nice . . . K. P. French Club -1, Home Economics Club 1, 2, Home Nursing 4, House Committee 5. - Club 55 Hobby Little Theater 4, 5, Golden Masquers' Jr. Draumtios Glu 1. 25 Latin Club 25 Spunlsln Club Junior Play 43 Little Theater Play 5' uw Times 5, ,xttftio-visual Club 52 NONA EDGE -vi'va.cious voice . . . broozlcasllng . . Little Theater 55 Jr. Dru,matics Club Golden Masquers 5 . either wilh an "I." 3, Latin Club 3. BETSY EMORY' writing to Robert, . . . oylce urzlerly . . . wasp waist. Lutin Club 2, 35 Glee Club 15 Sth Chorus 1, War Times 5 Girls' Ath. Asso. 1, 25 Broughton Revue 4. AN N E FEAGAJN' I swnny sincerity . . . ge-niul geuiils . . . smiles. Blue Ridge High School lg Ellejuy H Club 2, igh School 2, 35 Glee , 'b 4, 5 3 81.11 Chorus lg Audio-Visual Com. 52 I O4-4-'X 'HL'-A ,y L ', fr, ,L---J ' ' "' QL 9-,ff . -A, I 2 Kg..-4, " L dvi Q.-44 First raw, left to Tight: CURTIS FITZGERALD O inspiring us . . . plvllsing 'voice . . . L' 'Lyle x C rtis. Junior-Seniorg Spanixh Club 3, 43 Sth Bald! und mera Club 25 01'Ull0Sl2l'Fl. 35 Band 2, 3, 4. 1 ,f P. 'ff f knowing the answer . .9 lp liz' . . . "H eg' .' Little Thcate ": Glue - lj ul Sciuncml ylb , 2, Boy Scouts , 2, 3, a 'ol f Lf . U , , RO LLER I ' tha 'nm e . jokes . . l'n L!4tIl'iI'If'l. Junior-Sen':rg Jr. lwimaiics C1 fg .f.'1mnisl1 Club 4, 5, 5 Conversation Gyrpu 4, Glen Cl1,mf6, Sth Band 13 Typing Club 45 Hobb, lub 2, Orch situ 1, 25 Sth Chorus ll.: LATIPAC 55 Sci?1,ce Club 2, 35 B,'ud. 2, 3, 4, 53 Operetiu 5, Marshal Jr. Plnfg Boy Scouts 1,,',2, 33 Broughton Revue 4, Trens. of Jr, Class, Audio Visuzrlf Cum. 43 B Nnturzal Music Club 5. . 'wuilin' for Jim . . . Macbeth , . . Illurlu. Little Tlu-niner 55 Lntiu Club 23 French Club 4, Trcus. 45 x e Club 2, Il, 4, 5, Pres. 55 Sth lsilfllfl 19 8th Chorus 1, Vivienne Club "' Oiercttli 5 Cll'l1'llCl9l" Bnv qlilllli 1 "' R BOBBY GBILE t. .:,l1rf1,ft1,,t'..,..4, Broughton Revue 4, B Natural Music Club -Lg Golden li'-,S'Pl'0llll rn HI : W., DOUGLAS GILL x Army Air Corps . . . solid mlm . . . "Doug," 8th Baud 13 Hubby Club 13 Sciom-e Club 2, Hi-Y 52 Band 3: Frmtbull 2, Mar. Jr. Team, Washington Trip 2: Hi-Y Minstrel 53 Boy Scouts 1, 2, 3. . MARTHA ANN GOODMAN air llllllllfll . . . lllflyllllll . . . Phil. Little Tlieutcr 4, 5, Glue Club 4, Candid Cnnmrn Club, Soc.- T1'l?ZlF. 2, 8th Clim-us 13 Girls' Ath, Assn. 12 Civil Aix' Patrol 4, 5, B Natural Music Club, "Lctturs to Lucerne." ANDREW GOODWIN lzmnzwuom lwlper . . . tw hen . . . "C'urlr'y." with Kiraulc Chorus. FRANK GOODWIN rzlzvnyx busy . . . yihysfrist . . . 710111: buiI1lrr's buflrly. Fruncli Club 3, 4, Sgt.-ut-Arms, Glue Club 2, 3, 4, 53 8th Band 11 'Bth Chorus 13 Science? Club 2, Opt-rcttu Cli:u':11:te1'g Broughton Revue 4, Audio Visunl Cum. -1, bg B Natural Music: Club 4, 5g Audio-Visual Club 4, 5. XE Ole Masquers 5. i 3 Tl l n wg, ,. . 'AN I --M W H l 5 by W fy' . -!"'L'- ?D-b Wim xx Owl. w 1 ,,, .y fr -5, iff. f -"9 .J ,nu l ,V f-- if ,X -'.f'x.QL7g,w 1' J It .. .1 .11 f X 1 ffs ! ,X 4445 .7,L .XLT , 1 ,,4 ,if -W . 4 ' , ' IZA' 'C ' A442-9C,cLz 714-9' A 5 1 ff 1 I First raw, left to rffzht: LQ if 7 W-Z, DORIS GRINNELLS V! ,-GEORGE HARRELL cur z'trpuc'ily unllmilmlv . . . T'-nwk .S'lUOIlfl"l'8 . . . Jo Aim "nf :leur . . . ymhlirally Tllllllf . . . fwmk and earnest. Pfrlrfy. Juniol'-Senior 45 Little Theater 3, 45 Jr. Draunutics Club 2: Latin Club 2, 35 Spanish Cluh 4, 55 Glue Club 25 Jr. Girls' Ath. Asso. 15 Girl Scouts 1, 25 Broughton Revue 45 Aucliol Visual EMMA GUPTON home ec. blues . . . Anvllnrs Awelgh . . . "Gun" Latin Club 25 Glue Club 2, 55 Sth Chorus 15 Girls' Ath. Assn. 15 Bnurl 2, 3, 45 Opemttu. 55 Hi-Y Minstrel 55 Broughton Revue 5. WILLIAM HALES the brain. . . . lest tube wizurrl . . . kilocycle. Spanish Club 4, 55 Glue Club 55 Typing Club 45 Sth Shag-us 15 Science Club 15 Boy Scouts 1, 25 Model Airplane 'ln . A. C. HALL five feet: my future . , . birthday paxrtiea' . . . wearing vests. Latin Club 2, 35 Glee Club 55 Sth Band 15 Sth Chorus 15 Qpcg-ett-:L 55, Clia,ructe1'5 Boy Scouts 1, 2, 35 Audio-Visual H1 I V ' Junior-Senior 45 Little Theater 4, 55 Latin Club 35 Buys Lit. Soo, 35 LATIPAC 55 lli-Timvs 45 Science Club 15 Hi-Y 55 Hi-Y Minstrel 55 Boy Scouts 1, 25 Golden Masquers 5. DORIS HARRIS .1's in Enylislt . . . tenor-site . . . Meg. Little Tlieulm' 45 Jr. Dmuiutics Club 1, 25 Latin Club 25 Spanish Club 55 .Gleo Club 2, 3, 4, 5, Vice Pres. 45 Sth Chorus 15 Jr. Girls Ath. Asso. 15 Operettzt 55 Clmractcx-5 groughtun Revue 45 HiAY Minstrt-1 55 B Nalu1'zil Music Club reas. 5. FRANCES HELMS IVPTF lzounrl . . . pilafs wings . . . "Aw . . . anno." Latin Club 25 Glen Club 2, 4, 5, Sec. 55 Sth Chorus 15 Ql1'l0l'9l'lil 55 Broughton Revue 45 Hi-Y Minstrel 55 B Natural Music Club5 Jacksonville lligh JACK HESTER .ma-pping sna.p.-1 . . . "this is for Anne" . . . Big Boss. Little Thenteg- 2, 85 Spanish Club 3, 45 LATIPAG 55 Hi- Tlntes 35 Science Club 15 Debating Team 35 Boy Scouts 1, 2, 35 Social Committee 3. 19 M K ...f fl 1 First row, lrft to -right: JEAN HODGENS Air Corps . . . writin' letters . . . sweet aaphislfcate. Little Theater 4, 5, Junior-Senior 4, Jr. D1-amatics Cluh 2, 3, Latin Cluh 2: French Club 3, 43 Glen Club 1, 2. 3, 4, Operettn 53 Sth Chorus 1, Broughton Revue 43 Junior Pla-yy Golden Mnsqucrs 5. LAIRD HOLDER Indies' man . . . zzzzzz . . . Conmrrlicut. Spanish Cluh 4, 53 Glee Club 3: Sth Band 1, Orchcslru 123, 3, Sth Chorus lg Band 1, 2, 3, -1, 53 Marshal Jr. lay. JOHN HOLDING :lark fflfmsrrs . . . Tunisia . . . butler 'il K1'll1l!l- Student Council Representative 4, 5: Spanish Cluh Pres. 3, 4, Junior Hi-Y 1, 23 Candid Camera Club 1, Science Club, Sgt.-at-Arms 1, 25 1Ii-Y 4, Baseball 2, 3, 4, I-Ii-Y Minstrel 4, Boy Scouts 1, 2, JAMES HOLT corduroy coat . . . crew vuls . . . ".Im1l-'ir'." Spanish Club 4, Rmlio Club 1, I-lobby Club 1: Sth Chorus lg Science Club 1, 2, Boy Scout 1, 2, 3, 4. Asst. Patrol Leader 3, Star Scout 4, Broughton R vuo ol,- , if Q Second row: LILLIAN HOLT bla-nd perfaclion . . . "Now Mr. Grayson" . . . "Chick" Jr. Drumatics Club 1, 2, Sth Chorus 1, TVar Times 5. INEZ HOOD 7Jl'f1I,q lute . . . Iotsu rfrl . . . Sim' Elms. Little Theater 45 Spanish Club 4, 5: Give Club 1, 2, 3: Girls' Lit. Soc. 1, 2, 3, Candid Camera Club 1, 2, 33 Marshal Jr. Plny 2: Student Council Congress 1, 2, Sec., Home Eo. Club 1, 2, 3, Trens.g Wakelon School 1, 2, 3, ii JVVVQQ, nozus H0 nm. Y I. flfjvf, lotsa. laughs . . . bowli . . . '- y." V I K 'J V Gl C' ub 2, 3, 4, 5, Tyi C g G'r1,lRnsorvogi'32 8th C u 1, Girls' - h. As' ' meretta 5'.Girl,g-Smflits 1. 1 1 2 ff' N 'I ,X . I ' l . , 1 of 5: , ,VMQ f ' . 1 ful! ICAQQJ 'UD ON Q ,J Ulf F yy' help? 5010. . . Ike . . ."'ifTu,olMfii' J i,Draniuti'cp, l b lg Spanish 'GEM 2,N3Q 4, 5: Cleo Club 2, VB, 4,155 8'th.Chorus lg Operetta 5, Library Assistant 4: Natural. Mufnc Cl , W, W ffl Mm Mm li in rn!-1 26 QM-fvwu Nm . ,Lf 5 f ff 1 I . Q A WL- K ,I J, 7' ,a-M 'L f1f,Q-4.7, uf ff! ,fflwfwwi jff',A.1L 1-ffffu-f'Sfj I r.. puvo-AMC, ' V ,Cf nf- f ' ' ' 4.A.,' 7 ,L f My-,et q-nw, left to right: 'L.f"5"-1 f"'gecoou ow: y ' L' f I 4' 5 1 t ANNA HUNGERFORD ANNE JOHNSON 5' ' rrrl f"ve'ni1m flrffss . . . .vmlflzfwiv senior . . . l1ffff'l'I?7ll caiy-urrs. Latin Club 2, 35 Spanish Club 2, 35 .Girl Reserves 15 Science Club 5, Treasl NELL HUNTER Elrrisf2's rllum . . . lillln bit . . . gnml -na.t'u1'f'1l. Little Theater 55 Jr. Drnnmtics Club 25 Latin Club 35 Spanish Club 4, 55 Glu-ta Club 2, 55 Girl Reserves 4, 55 8th Chorus5 Operetta 55 First Aid 1, ELLA HUTCHINS cliortling . . . guml sport . . . Athletic Ili-lVotPx. Ilittlo Theater 55 Latin Club 25 Girls' Ath. Assn. 2., 4, 5, Point Rcet'm'der, Etlitul' of Ath. Hi-Notes 45 Jr. Girls' Ath. Assn, 15 Drill Team 25 Girl Scouts 1, 2. RAMON IVEY vIz.z's.s' l'll!I7Illl . . . brain , . . "Patron," Jr. Dramatics Club 15 Latin Club 2, 35 Spanish Club 4, 55 ttth Chorus 15 Science Club 25 liaislictball 55 Baseball 5. 21 alwllvifs smiling . . . Clmllic . . . veil plrvill suit. Student Council, Co'chairmnn Social Coin. 5: Marshal 55 Queen oi Hearts 45 Junior-Senior, Chairman Social Com. 45 Little Theater 45 Spanish Club, Cu-chairman Social Com. 45 Glec Club 2, 3, 4, 55 Assistant Editor LA'i'11-Ac 55 Band l, 2, Z-S, 45 Operettzi 55 Girl Scouts 15 B Natural Music Club Seo, 55 Senior Supvrlutive, Miss Needlmin Broughton5 Hendersonville High School 1, 2. BOBBY JOHNSON t',upiny Slh pd .... Browvfs bearer . . . Bob. Typing Club 45 Basketball 15 Movie Club 2. REBECCA JOHNSON "Theo" . . . our yall . . . "Bevan" Junior-Senior 45 Little Theater 4, 55 Jr. Drnnintics Club 1, 25 Latin Club 2, 35 Spanish Club 4, 55 8th Chorus 15 Broughton Revue 45 Little 'lflieatex' Production 55 Student Council, Social Com. 5. . BILL JONES Izlrmlriiiy buck . . . Amie . . . '1Jnn.esy" Latin Club 2, 35 Spanish Chorus 15 Science Club 1, Club 35 Sgt.-at-Arms 45 Sth 25 Hi-Y 55 Fbotbull 3, 4, Varsity 55 Basketball 2, 3, Varsity 55 Hi-Y Minstrel 55 Aux. Firmnau 4, 55 hvlll' Typing Club 45 Intzrnnluriil Sports 1, 2, 85 Softball 15 Clnnnpionship Team Basketball 3. N pakl at-'L . D First row, left to r-ight: DAVIS JONES 're.s-e1'1:ed gentleman . . . working math . Jones Boys." Candid Cumern Club 2: War Times 5. . "One o' the FRANCYSE JONES spelled will: a y . . . notes In Namfye . . . Bob. Junior Play: Little Theater 4, 5: Golden Masquers 4, 5: Jr. Dramatics Club 3: Spanish Club 4, 5: Glee Club 2: Sth Chorus 1: LATIPAC 5: Hi-Times 3, 4: Wllfl' Times 5: Girls' Atli. Asso. 2, 3, 4: Drill Team 2: Library Assistant 3: Broughton Revue 4: Golden Mnsquers 5. JOYCE JONES posters . . . Anne . . . finfxt of fi-if-mls-. Little Theater 4, 5: Jr. Druuiativs Club 1, 2, P1-vs. 2: Spanish Club 3, 4: Glee Club 1, 2, 3, -1, 5: Nth Chorus: Science Club 2: Opvreltu 5: B Natural Music Club 3, 4, 5. LORADEAN .TOYNER Black Elluyic . . . semliug us ull . . . "Dmnie." Jr. Drzuuatics Club 1: lT'n'r Times 5: .C-lirls' Alb. Assn. 11: Broughton Revue -L: Jr. Play 4: Otiice Assistant 5: Sopho- more Superlative 3, Belle. mf- . mi..- ii Second row: THEODORE KELLOGG p pool xlunrk . . . lookin' for Reberrzz . . . three-rloor.s'. Student Council, Co-chairman Calendar Com, 5: Little Thenter 4: Latin Club 2. 3: Glee Club 2. 3: Art Club 1: Calm-ra Club: Hobby Club 1: Bth Chorus: Hi-Y 5: Football 1, 2, 3, 5: Swimming 3, 4: Open-tlzi 5: Hi-Y Minstrel 5: Boy Scouts 1, 2, 3, 4, Eagle Brnnz Palms. Patrol Leader, Jr. Asst.: Scoutmuster, Senior Patrol Leader. ROBERT KU1-:TTNER ' "Rub" . . . 'I'l'IlI'li1I' 'l'fl'flItlN0 . . . remlivm. Latin Club 2: Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 5: Sth Chorus: Science Club 2: Operetta 5. .TOSEPHINE KING "Tlu111ks" . . . yalvusrlnt . . . "Oh, lhix gc-u1netry." Little Theater 4, 5: Jr. Draunalies Club 1: Latin Club 2, 3: Sth Chorus 1: ll'1z'r Tiuzvs 5: Jr. Girls' Ath. Assn. 1: Operetta, 5: Citizenship Com. 5: Calendar Coin. 5: Girl Reserves 5. ARTHUR LAMSON bruxllful buy . . . li.s-inning . . , Aslieifillre Hi. Lee Edwards High School 1, 2, 3, 4. u u K 'i i XX' il . , 4 NL, fi- Pl R R "vii, i 5 i . x Y' ii- - l'V'xx J f v-1' r ,ef ,f it 4 I. ' f , it ii JQN1 A 'l' X ,N X xx X , UV3 Gvxjg I Kid... s Qefwfyr 1 ' 'M QXXJK., xl Orgict-f1,Q',..l, .XR . , A 5 K J Mx' Qi 'HUIA K X - First row, left Lo right: WINIPRED LEWIS "lTinni"-inn smile .... Q zvmter gal . . . Hobbs. Jr. D1-mnutics Club 2, Spanish Club 5, Trans., Conversation Group 2, Give Club 1, 2, 3, Girl Reserves 2, il, -1, Trams. 4, Vice Pres. 3, LA'l'II'AC 5, Wm- T-lines 5, Girl Scouts 1. HENRY LINEBERGER Greyhound Imsvs . . . haw mul orzicr . . . "Pinky," President Senior Class 5: Chief 3i.ill'Sil2li 5, Junior-Senior, Little Theater 5, Latin Club, Sgzt.-nt-Arins 2, President 3, Spanish Club 5, Science Club ZZ, Hi-Y 4, 5, Basketball lvlgr. 4, Hi-Y Miniistrol 5, Boy Si-out 1, 2, Il, 4, 5, Sou Scout 5, House Com. 2, Student Council 2, Citizenship Cum. 5, Senior Superlntivv, Versatility. NANCYE LOWDER il'I'Ht,'ll7' 1if'l.l.l'I'lllj,S yu! . . . a illlbfllll at minute . . . flrl1Ty llrtlmrltixt. Little Thoutor 4, 5, Golden Musquers 5, Give Club 2, Sth Chorus 1, Girls' Ath. Asso. 2, 25, Trans., Jr. Girls' Ath. Asso. 1, Operettn 5, Library Assistuut 4. ' HENRY MADDUX seen with Sftmmy . . . S. U .... yellu-zv sweater. Football 2, 3, 4, Cuptnin 4, Baskstlmll 2, Baseball 2, Prus. Fresh Class, Sopli. 2, 3, Vice Pros. of Class -1, Dillon, S. C. swf-get 1, 2, 3, 4, .f Srecomi row: HARRY MAHONEY frinmlsliip plus . . . lights for tha' J. S. '43 "l1.ewwo." Juniorrsenior Ass. Electrician 4, Spanish Club 4, Con- versation Group 4, Library Asst. 3, 4, 5, Soph. Boys Club lSlmnp Club 2, Civilian Militury Training 5, History ui 4. DAN MARTIN "it r1iu't ethical-" .Q . . giving Jfs for efort . . . "BuZIetheaz1." Sth Grade Pres. Pres. Student Council 5, Murshal 4, Junior- Sonior 4, Latin Club 2, Sgt'.'ut-Anus, Frenvh Club 4, Pres., Glue Club 4, Jr. Boys' Lit. Soc. 3, Pres., LATIPAC 5, Hi-Y Minstrel 5, Marshal Jr. Play 4, Student Council Congress 5, Treats., Hi-Y 5, Boy Scouts 3, 4, 5, Patrol Lender, Engle, Sr. UILIIIIPUT, Scribe, Sr. Patrol, Broughton Revue 4, Honor Sociuty -1, 5, Senior Supa-rlritive, Mr. Nlttlllilulll Broughton. LeROY B. MARTIN, JR. Jnyroyf . . . all State . . . my li'l Fowl cmwertible. Student Council Rep. 2, 3, Chairman Sports Com. 4, Junior- Seuior 4, Latin Club 2, Spanish Club 3, 4, Pres. Oouversn- tion Group -11, Glue Club 2, 3. -1, 5, Sth Chorus, Bus. Mgr. Inrrlluxc 5, Footlmll 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, Basketball 2, 3, Operettn 5, C'li:u':1cter, XVushinglon Trip 2, Broughton Revue 4, Honor Society 5, Hi-Y Minstrel 5. E, L. MASSEY "1'll sec ya" . . . puxhin' 170 . . . "Sha'rk." Art Club 2, Hobby Club 2, 8111 Chorus, Science Club 2, Football -1, Boy Scouts lg Football 1, 2, 3. ' I J- rf I . . V NN-,JJ 17"irst rnw, left to right: JOY MATTHEWS lil' bzmzlle 07' joy . . . lemling the 8B7ll'07'8 . . . short 'n sweet. Little Theater 43 Spanish Club 4, 53 Glee Club lg Girls Ath. Asso. 25 Jr. Girls' Ath. Asso. 1: Lilirary Assistant 5. WILLIAM McDONALD "click, click, you know" . . . leather jnclrvt . . . "Mac." Football 2, 35 XVuke Forest High 1, 2, 3 MATILDA MCDONALD tweedy suits . . . jourviallsi . . . "Si.9!m'." Will' Times 55 Audio Visual Com. 55 Hugh Morson 1, 2, 3, 4. DORIS MCI-IALE Tootsie . . . S1JIl1'h'lf7'l!l nyvs . . . lnlenl plus. Clnss Ollicc-1' Sec. 33 Student Council, Pres. 4, 53 Little ,, . . llieuter 5, Histormng Latin Cluli 11, Se-0.5 Frenuli Club 4, War fl"inws 5, Co-business Mgr. 1 .ull Second row : MARIAN McINTOSH diamonds . . . editor . . . dope-ndable. Latin Club 23 Girl Reserves 35 Holihy Club 1: 8th Chorus 1, Hi-Timex 2, 3, Business Mgr., lVur Times 5, Fditor Scienve Club 25 Girl Scouts 1 9 Asst Patrol Lender J . , .., . . . I . 1 Girl Reserves 1, 2, Vivo P1-os.g Honor Society 5. SAMMY MEARES South On-rolimz . . . curly hair . . . freckles. S'gt.-at-Arms 2, 9th Grade: Spanish Club 4, Treas J Boys' Lit. Soc. 2: Candid Camera Club 25 Suience Club 2 School Store 23 Boy Scouts 1, 2, 3, Clemson, S. C., I gh School 3. LOUISE MIMS leer-fwfr of Hu' fll7llIb' . . . "No, I ILll'l.'l'7l,,f done my French Millbroalc Junim'-Senior 3, Frcncli Club Il, 45 Girl Reserves 43 Girls Ath. Asso. lg Library Assistant 4, Pres., Beta Club 9 Millbrook High Svlinol 1, 2. ILOIS MITCHELL blanrle . . . tri-m . . . 1'omm1'v'vi'nIly -inrlinefl. Glee Club 23 Ari. Club 1, Sill Cliorus 11 ll'r1r Times 5 GTP-. 'T W, l 0' In ,24 i "1 'X - Lx 5... A ' , ' f' Vxfcf-'if4.4 "'TL1xZL'1f.f:, f fi , - f fri ' Q ..,, , ,v ' C+? , lh3 fi-Q' , .x . ,714 .' . -1.1 1' 21' fgo-iiru J-C,zl.,.,ff"' A-- ,c.,,...,., - I ff E Bm., -:Ffa Jpggf . . N if sg an N . -it I i - 1 -1 -N '1 tv .1 . Clfnm- Dumb st.-vfrfl 1 .ft-tif he A 'fl-' LU- 7" - 'H j. fi - -. . Vg , j, , V it ', , i 5 ,, 5 S V , A , , I Eq,gf:1lL"'Z..i.k -' C 'Lf-L"'f1"g gtttff, v W 'La ,si f.,,i 4, I -bf.-.9 - one-41341 :LH Fan 'J W. V V s 11 ., ' - ,- Q .J - .' - .. - ' . Fgisgffay, -Qffq,Q:J:g1'Ef'r V, us J' if UV' A L1'Q.'b25fb7ill-'P'0'0!. I GRANT MOEN tt 1 JANE Momus ,Hr-I,,, Vi - throwinly basketbrmll.-: . . . ever with 'us . . . "S1me1T." "', . "Skip" . . . xpmw . , , gt Inst, Student Council 1, 5, Trens. 5, Latin Club 2, 3, 4, Sciiefemfrj '!fJl'lYl'i0 -Senior 4, Spanish Club 3, Glee Club 2, 4, 5, Art Club 1, 2, Central Bernd 5: School Store 5, Mnnuger 5?Fnot- ' ' Club il, 8th Chorus 1, Girls' Ath. Asso. 2, Jr. Girls' Ath. ' bull 6, Binskvtbull 5, 6, Suulz-ut Counvil Congress 5, Asso. 1, Drill Team 2, Opervttn 3, Library Assistant 35 Olllciul Delegate, Boy St-outs 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, G, Engle 4, Sr. Broughton Revue 4. Putrol Leader, Jr. Asst. Scuntmaister 5, G, Jr. Buskelbnll 3, Cnptuin 3, Stage Mr1nnf.!1-r, Contest Play 4, Jr. Football Jo ANN NANCI: ' MARGARET MOORE "nw, vuss 'wor1V' . . . c1'r1vl.'iny jokes . . . xluining hair. xzveel l7l'7'XHl1,flii'!l . . . sourie . . . Gastonia. Little Theater 4, Jr. Drnnlntics Club 1, Spanish Club 4, 5, W . - . ,' 1 17. Student Council Rep. 1, Tmtin Club 1, 2, French Club 4, 5, giieuggigg E'evE5eismer' Sth Chorus 1' Science Club H' Trans. 5, Glee Clulm 1, Opt-rettu 1, Home lic. Club 2, Vice ' Pres., Beta Club 2, First Aid 4, Shelby High School 1, Fayetteville High School. ROBERT NANCE ANNA Jo MORGAN walking armmrl. . . . y1'ot'0ry boy . . . "Bobl1y." .Tweet '11, 'unr1.s'.rlm1irly . . . Slate . . . "A. J." Sth Chorus 1' Spanish Club 4, 5, Girls' Lit. Soc. 2, 8th Chorus 1, Girls' Ath. Asso. 1, 2. FRED NEWCOMER MARGARET MORLEY- making 'noise . . . Brouyhi.o11's Orson . . . "Plumber" M' MS ' ' - """f"""f"" ' - ' "l'fU'l""'ff1' Pm- ZZi1i8ffS53i?Jm4611Iif'0-Fiijiiiiii fi1'u,2f,-336iiiigeoiiiie-Wifi? Little Tllentel' 4, Jr. Drnmntics Club 2, Lntin Club 2, Club, Sec. 5, Football Qi, 5, Cpervtta 5, Hi-Y Confereiice 4, Spanish Club 5. Hi-Y Minstrel 5, Boy Scouts 1, 2. , 5 LX. ,. K., X 5 25 X J f , 'V Z K 1 -L7 i 1 f5wji H , J Leaf ,J ' - ' B V -1 " fl, 6- '-LMI 'lf'-fK.fCL' L 11 -I Q. L fyi, 94x ff fl, E If Y Eur fm ff! cf . L, uc., fa? If Qfvx., L-. 'TAL First row, left to right: 'N L LOUIS NIPIPER farming future . . . driving hix milk lrurlr . . . "Nip." Audio-Visual Com, 4, 5, Junior-Senior -1, Sliillllfill Club 4, 5, Bth Baud, Blind 3, 4, 5. -TOE NORWOOD Secnnrl row: fl Ji VL if JL WL- CALVINE PEGRAM rw! Marking raps . . . ymfn-lies 'n' rrmm . . . Ba.rlr'r. Little Theater 5, Latin Club 4, Spanish Club 4, 5: Chapel Hill High School 1, 2, 3. BETTY SUE PEGRAM .lmm Jo . . . rlusliivig rlnfvs . . . sweet. f Spzuiisli Club 5, Glee Club 1, Girls' Lit, Soc. 3, Art Club 1, - ' Science Club 2, Jr. Girls' Aih. Asso. 2, First Aid Club 4.. l il il l. CHARLES PHARCB ' 1' ' AN in Enfllixli . . . irusinsl . . . slemirlvss Sl'2iI'llfPl'X, I", ' Latin Club 2. 3, -Spnuigh Club 4, Candid fiumzlru Cl i fiil Sth Chorus 1, Science Club 2, 23, Boy SGOIIQS 1, 2, t. ' , s l il X Iv, rig . . I 43 X nl E' ' l , ,X 1 1 l H Il . l fl I" f 11 J SARAHA HRANCES ming X ' ,If "Snphi.s'fir11lr1l Sal" . . . !fllI'fN1Ul1!!S 1111-megs . . .,phot0g4211'irv. I Liitile Theater 4, Spunisli "lub 4, 5, fwlll' Timps 5,f'I.lFh1'u1'y if Assistant N - . f , , , ' I K 1 l ' ' I ff ,'-' l ' ,I N K If f ' . . wi" fi I vf 1 l 1 - 1 ,1 1 1 . f ' Country Club . . . Jenny . . . alrmring womler. v Student Council Rep. 4, Carnival Court 4, .Tunior-Senior 4, Spanish Club 3, Boys' Lit. Soc. 2, 3, Candid Caunern Club N .1 ' 2, Treus., Science Club 2, Boy Scouts 1, 2, 3, Patrol Leader, ffl Broughton Revue 4. 4 SUSANNE PARK , "Int me fell you" . . . Air Curlls . . . "7'u1Iy." 4 - Hume Room Oflicers, Vive Pres. 2, Src. 4, See.-Treus, 5: Little Tlloater 5, Jr. Druniutics Club 1, Ll, Lutin Club Zi, Spanish x Club 4, :ith Clmrus 1, Ili-Tinirx 3, First Aid Class 4. s Q WILLIAM PARKER ll7'!l'llfll,Il . . . ennizfra crmzlizl . . . "Ii'u1'17.'31." X-, Little Tlieuter 4, Jr, Druniuiies Club 1, Frenrli Club, Sgt.- :il-Arms 4, Spanish Club Il, 4, Nth liund 1, Czuulirl Camera Club, Vive Pres. 3, S4-ienue Club 1, Football 4, Boy Scouts 1, 2, 3. s 'fl x, i it J ' W' X . u. X' ffl? f" NX , P x I ix' X N-. 'x P.' X . 5 I, x x 1 rf""5 l .4 . 'iff' 'i X, .fx 'K -4-JD .-1 IL :AL i L hy 'V CX, km 8 X 7... " T ,BW .L s ii Xwl. ' 1 ik ' X X I -. I jig. ' 04 in Q -X 7 . ..' L , sw -1. -,t .-I., - 1141 if .ff 1' . L' , If s X X ffl., 1 "1 - 4 . 1 CH I 5, l .. ju Mil. . f ,.,1,,f 4'i,".y, V' 1 "H 5--'-fi" V f' ' 7 f .. .fl ff, ff wa-f ,ff .f -H L, If J,-V ,X 1 L1 .fZL,f-,bfqi ,f ' f- f .if 1" f , , 'f ,l' ' ff 'ffffr fi ,wil1-Qlfdfiwvmigftf:-'75,f'k1-ffl -ffj -459' Vt Wcfwff 110 A f ,V . ' ,ft-, - ff' ' r f.: Q1-f' 41 ,V -f . fm' iff? JnAi4rNn.RHoiSisI ' V ff 2f4 ' Lf BILL ROGERS f - . I 5, ,.f fix 'f 2 T011 'aln-J 7 IINITZUA 1' f" 42' '4"QT27lIOII!l'N pal . . , liigluvny patrol . . . url-gella. f7 5" f I' .. ff!! fl' ,111 i9fSoninf 4, Little Thru 94, Typing: GI b 43 Bdrliz ftou J'u.tij.o'-Senior 45 Little- Tlieatur 5: Latin Club 33 Footbull 3: Ifiigh-52' 24' f ef' ft 69' - ,lfnfilf L, 211' ,Bfaskiibull 2, 43 New York Trip 1, Boy Scouts 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 1" ' I ' ' M ,lj -.ff iff' Jr. Asst., Scoutmuster, Order of the Arrow, Student Council VILWX- . I 1, Citizvzisliip Club 1. 2, Tnoais. 1, 2, XVilsou High 1, 2. ,z rf 1 'lf ,- I , . ff JOHN CLIFTON RIVERS LOIS ROWE Nflfni 71'l1'l'NU1' - . . Jill it up . . . "Cl'ij7." ulhlfffirv . . . clepmidzmble . . . secretary-to-be. Latin Club lg Cpl. R.O.T.C.g Wilmington High. VAN ROBERTSON lIl'llll"l'Il!l mul rlrnffiny . . . Fr'r'1'nmn'.v finest . . . "l'u11." Latin Club 2, 'l'reeu.s.g Scimire Club 2, 3, Boy Scouts 1, 2, 3, Sec.-Tre:is.g Stun' Scout. NEWTON ROBINSON 71u1ii.vhi11y gums . . . bow liens , . . "NPmlie." Student, Council: Senior Ollir-cr Vice Pres. 5, Murslml 4, 55 Junior-Senior 4, Spanish Club 45 Sth Band, Jr. Boys' Lit. Soc, 25 Hi-Y 55 Hi-Y Minstrel 53 Boy Scouts 3, Asst. Patrol Lender. Sth Chorus 1, Jr. Drunmtics Club 1, War Times 5: Girls' Atli. Assn. 2, il, 5, Sec. 3, Presq Editor of Athletic Hi-Notes, Jr. Girls' Ath, Assu. ly Drill Team 2, ISABEL ROWLAND xfcnng . . . gift of jfllll . . . being helpful. Typing Club 4, 53 Sth Chorus 1, Wim' Times 5, Girls' Ath. Asso. 2, Ollicc Assistant 5. JACK SANDERFORD "Jamieson" . . . silent but sociable . . . monogram from lfllyetterille. Fayetteville High 1, 2, Il, 4, 5, Bulldog Stall' 4, 53 Hermit Club 2, 3, Pres., Senior Superlntive, Most Courteous Boy, Druniutics Club 4, 5, Pres. 5, Boys' Lit. Soc. 23 Foot- ball 3, 4, 59 Boy Scouts 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, Jr. Asst. Scoutmuster, Engle Scout, Monograuu Club 4, 53 Sen Scouts 3, 4, 53 Library Club 1, 22g Booster Club 4, 5, Truck Team 3, 4, 5. First 7'0'lU, left In right: PEGGY LEE SAPP "RMI" . . . darling rlinzplrw . . . lore troubles. Little Tlieuter 45 Jr. Drumutics Club 23 Lutin Club 2, 37 Second row: DOROTHY SINGLETON Iarfly lo look nf . . . pivturr' of poise . . . 'l'Ylf!'lIf,!lP7lS'ffl- Latin Club 2, 35 Spanish Club 5, Pres, Girl Res vos 2, 33 Spanish Club 4, 5, Treasurer 5: Glee Club 3, Art Cluh. 13 LATIPAC 5: Girls' Alh. Asso. 1, 23 Girl Sc i 1, Honor Hobby Club 13 Sth Chorus 1: Girls' Ath. Assn. 2, Jr. Girls' Society 4, 5, Secretary 5, Student Council, ' ia Committee, Ath, Assn. 13 Girl Scouts 1, 2. Senior Supcrlutive, Scholursliip. ,I f J ff HAROLD SAULS 0 EN MIT f .vleepiuy on the grvpn . . . Doris . . . "Gmini hand." h,,1I,i,w ,t I ,,,.,,,,,.1,,,,. . . 1 H uczsy ,5 , fith Chorus lg Science Clrb 25 Biislcetlmll 3, 4, 53 Baseball Latin GI, , Sain, V Cl -3 3 A .A ms ny . ms D9 JI" BU-Sei-'ull 2- 1, 2, 3, ixrur' Assisfa , Devo uul If d I r 55 Que of e s om,,,f- , 5. X f 5 ' BILL SELF ' ' cohmm riqhl . . . Bynrlmlv :nun . . . lzzrxiliesslilcr' Bill. ' ' ' f Class Officer. Vice Pros. 23 Lutiu Club 23 Hth Baud 13 Sth I H mf Chorus 15 Boy Scouts 1, ZZ, 33 Lilwziry Assisluut 2, 3, null mlvl ll . . . Ir llllf ' 'f. .. .H 1 ull. f' ij -, 1 0 J - 1 v Xiu' PMS' " I iw' 3' tle cuter , 55 . Druinut' s Cl b 1, 2, Lutiu Club lg nel. b 4, AT1i'A1' Stui' :', V Times Rep. 5. jf! X BETSY ANNE SHAW " K rlnrk Iiyfs . . . .lulinny . . . l"h4"P'l'fllff. PEGGQY SMITH "Letwrs to Liivex'i1eg" Clic-ilrlezidei' 53 Studuut Council 2: .T1'. Cluhcrlf-zulm' 43 Litllo Tlivutvr 53 Luliu Club 2, Hllh Chorus, LA'1'1PAC 5, Jr. G.A.A.g Lib. Asst, 55 Bromrliton Revue 4. ' K njlirp yu! . . . grinning . . . blmfk xzueaterx. Lntiu Club 1, 2, French Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Hlh Chorus. ,Q 6- 'l 28 1:-. , W' . '- ,.. . r - . Q 4' 4 ' MW... First raw, left to right: . na J ' e 0 lt' raz': ' WILL V 1 ff l s'r1:PH1:NsoN Ipa-na smile . . . Imrfling t za ' - f.: , rx . . ..fl"Bill," Dugwoo . . . off brat . . . HAI." Candid Camera Club 3, Holm Ch b 'B' S l1 Chorus lg c'1uf.icg'I'4' 'K 11552, . . 3 8th Band 1. 23 Sth Chorus 15 Club:2, Baseball 13, 4, 5, Gf1!fl1.ll'.4f.-' ' Q43 ,. -7'EY',3gL:'. ulJQ, mx Il. 4, 5, LlllJ1'211'y Asst. 2, 3, Air- R- f' W l' "W 1" u1 2,12 ' um. " ML- 'YI IJ Q ' -1, in JSI 'J ' - V'-4' . - ff v 1, , ' l - ka I BILLY sM ' ,V g i ,f HUGH s'roNn "'lilL' our love" . . . our wit . . . Wj c of Winslnn. L gtlirnuungsyozvbczlls . . . you Hugh . . . Crzsanaim. Pres. of Soplmmurc Class, Junior-Senior - 5 Spu,ii"l ' 'lub' "" Stuflvnt Council Rep. 4, Sf.:t.-at-Arms of Student Council 53 Art. Club 2, Ii, lJATIl'AC 5, Science Cluln 4, Try' ., J fnior-Senior 4, Little Theater 53 Spanish Club 5, Hi-Times 1, 2, 3, 4, Bnsulmll 3, Boy Scouts 2, Student Cpugcil u - ' s " i C 43 Hi-Y 59 Football -1, 53 Sea Scouts 3, 4, 5, 39 xvll1St0ll'Slll0lll. 'M 'AJ rl' r , kip 5: Boy Scouts 1, 2, Eagle 3, Bronze Eagle, -..1'JL6i1eslmro- igh School Pres. 1, Sec. 2. MARY LYELL SMOLLEN MARY ROSE SUDDERTH grer"n glasses . . . acting . . . Berzlmmnl. "Bill" , . . reciting poetry . . . fleirzl finger, left hand. Little Theater 5, Beaumont High, Beaumont, Texas 1, 2, 3, 4. Little Tlieater 4, 5: Jr. Drnmatics Club lg Latin Club 2, 33 Glee Club 1, 55 Opera-tm 5. ESTHER STATHACOS JOHN SYKES 611711111 . . . sbzuming .suits . . . patient. big grin . . . girl crazy . . . "Joh1my." Latin Club 23 French Club 4, 5, Glee Club 1, 25 8th Band lg Glee Club 2, 8th Chorus 1, Football 3, Basketball 55 Base- Sth Chorus lg Ollicu Assistant 55 First Aid 4. ball 4, 55 Jr. Football 3, Jr. Baseball 2. 29 W. First row, Zzft to right: BUCK TAYLOR cllickrns . . . being 'Hive . . . "Mala" Spanish Club 4, 5Q Typing Club 45 Hobby Club 1, Science Club 1, 2. ELIZABETH TAYLOR fricnllly smile . . . home ec .... "Lib," Jr. Drnmntics Club 1: Spanish Club 3, 43 Girls' Atli. Assn. 23 Office Assistant 4, 5. ELOISE THOMAS Miss Plzillips' 'mould . . . weisnnz . . . rijilnivnt. Little 'I'hont01' 5, Jr. Druinanlic-s Club 2: Spanish Club 4, 55 Glee Club 2, Il, 55 Hth Chorus 1, Opcrctlu. RUBY THOMAS plezmilig 'u' ymliln . . . :lo-re-mi . . . Stain. Little Theater, Jr. lJl'lllllllill'S Club 13 Spanish Club 4, 5: Glee Club 1, 2, 15. 4, 53 Girl Reserves 43 Sth Chorus 1: Science Club 2, Operettzx 5. 1 !f3.,c,: Seaonfl 'row : FLORINE THORN c'11nrry suits . . . llmse vyvs . . . 'illlUl'l'-Sllllfl. Latin Club 29 Spanish Club 4, 51 Girl Reserves 4. FLORENCE TURNER lmrrt 'worker . . . synthetic senior . . . blonrl curls. Stuclcrnt Council 4, 5, uhm. house com. 52 Latin Club 1, 2, Girl Reserves 1, B, 3, 45 Girls' A. A. 1, Girl Scouts 1. ALEX VEAZEY nh. brother! . . . Rah-lm . . . "Fmt Pull." Student Council Rvp. 53 Auwlio-Visual Cum. 5, Cu-clluirmzlnz Clxccrluzull-1' 5, Junior-Senior 53 Little Tllealcr 5, Latin Club 22. 3, Sec-. 33 Jr. Boys' Lit. Sou. :Kg .l,4A'I'1l'AC 5, Adv. Mar.: Wm' Times 51 Sm-ieumfe Club 1, lilrwslml Jr. Pla1y.4q .Buy Scouts 1, Ll, Il, 4, 5, .lr. Axsl. SK'0llll1l2lSl,L?1' 3, Eagle 4, Order nf Arrows ZS: 1-Ionur Socimty Pres.: Jr. Drzunutics Club 1, "helm-rs tu l,lLlm:cl'm-"5 Suuinr Supcrlnlivc, Scholursllip, JACK VEREEN 'wary hail' . . . Milking to Kathevine . . . xcinnlifilr. Science Club 1, Boy Scouts. ' f ffu A ,Y ,.-.1 'I li, ' f -L 1',r'5 ,V ' 1 ii? 30 First row, loft to right: DONALD WADE yrlmnfy of .s-lrrmlr . . . yfrllnw N1l'f'lIlPI'N Junior Ili-Y 2, Sain-nur: Club 2, Buslurtlmll '5 5 ANDREW WALKER slroun 'n silent . . . not Ion murlz, vlml '1 tm' Qf':..,i.a"?,2M M VM!! 7M ,L Ji ' !7' ,,,,7,,Mf-10 fbi. Swconil row: Dua. fwvi- Uf"C" '95f"""" Z' MA Y ELLEN WELLONS 62 f "Dom" yirvtfy ymzzpars . . . rlrawinfl . . . Smiior Sm: . . . "RMI Sifivnc-e Club 2, Baskvibnll 2, 3, 4, 5, Boy Scouts 1, ZZ, 3. JOHN WALTON Zoafiny . . . 1.-Izicke-ns . . . "B'uftrr." R111 Band, Band 2, Zi, 4, EDITH WATKINS tullfr than Jny . . . going to ll'u,wlLinytun . . . curls. Little Theater 4, Girls' Ath. Assn. 2, Student Council 5, Social Com.: Sec. Suuior Class 5, Junior- Seninr 43 Jr. llraunntirfs Club 1, Latin Club 2, 3, Spanisli Club 4, 5, Vice Pres. 5g .Girl Reserves 3, 5, 81,11 Chorus lg fIli'Tl'7ll.l!S 45 Jr. Girls' Ath. Assn. 1, Girl Scouts 15 Honor Society MARY EVELYN WEST frirnrlly . . . sffzivi 'in yvublic .vprakillfl .... 9 week rinrl sincere. Little Tliezitul- -1. 5g Jr. Drzunntirs 2, Latin Club 4, Glcc Club 1, Wur Tinunv 5, Co-Bus. 1IilIH1gE1'Q Girl Scouts -1, Library Assistant 3, 4. BILLY WEATHERS gl'ilIlH"llifj . . . pool shark . . . Ntrrzzl Air Corps. Mnrslml 4: Htl: Chorus 1.3 Scivnr-0 Club 1, School Store 43 Basketball 5, Tennis 5, Boy Sz-outs 1, 2, 33, Stan' 3: Library Assistant 4: Int. Relzitions Club 4, Pres. -L. ' JESSE WEDDING f1'llf?I'LjII'f blurs . . . Sl1'Ll'fl'fWffI ri soyzhoivunve . . . "Zif1yy." Little Tlienter 4: Jr, Drnnuitics Club 25 8th Band. 13 o1'Cl1SSi'l'll 1, 2, Hg Sth Chorus 15 Science Club 13 Baud 1. 2, 3, 4, 5: Boy Scouts 1, 2, Brass Quartet 23 State Music Contest 1, 2, 3. First row, left to Tight: DOROTHY GAY WHITE silent and SCTlU'llS . . . spelling . . . New Bern-. Spanish Club 3, Sth Chorus, Glue Club 2, 3, 4, 5, Hugh Morsou 2, Dramatics Club 2. JEAN WHITE "Sim Stepywrl Out of in Drawn" . . . bminy lnfllc . . . "Jeanie," Cu-uhairnmn Social Com. 53 Curnivul qnirt 33 Junior-Senior 45 Lime Tlieziter 4, 5, Spanish Glu: -I, 5, LA'r1PAu45g Erouglitou Revue 43 Miss Sophomore ll, Senior Superlutlve, elle. MARTHA WHITE specs . . . sugar 'n' spice . . . socializing. Little Theater 5, Spanish Club 4, Glen Club 23 Typing Club 55 Girls' Lit. Soc. 4, 5, Pres. 5: Sth Chorus, War Times 55 G.A.A. 2, 33 Jr. G.A.A. l. w RICHARD WIGGINS hlrossloivn. tiger slalwurt . . . crew cu! . . . UF." Student. Council Rep. 1: Home Room Pros. 1, Jr. Drunmtius Club 1, Science Club 2, Busketlmll 53 Intrnulnral Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4. Second row: CLELLIE ANN WIGGS "O.K. Grey" . . . rlrmciny . . . Slate dates. Girl Reserves lg 8th Chorus 1, War Il'imcs 5, Girls' Ath. Assn. lg Audio-Visual Club 4. CHARLES WILFONG flrnwing . . . Bolles boy . . . "0'liarley." Belles Military Academy 5, .Junior-Slznior 4: Spanish Club 4, Conversation .Group 4, Art Club ll: Jr. Hi-Y 33 LATIPAC 5, Co-Art Edilorg Hi4Y 4, 55 lfnotlrull 43 Basketball -L, 53 Ili-Y Minstrel 5g Boy Scouts 1, 2. CHARLOTTE WILLIAMS knitted swealnrs . . . "Bolle of every Ball" . . . contagious Iriuyh.. ' Student Council Representative 1, 2, Member of Points Com. 5, Little Theater 55 Latin Club 2: Spanish Club 3, Svc. 5Q Orchestra lg Sth Chorus 15 Broughton Revue 33 Sth Drainaitics Club, Vivo Pres. 1. BETTY WILSON 'workin' gal . . . xtriking . . . our first Mm. Jr. D1-unmtics Club 2, Typing Club 3, 5: Girl Reserves 1, 25 Sth Chorus. Xl ' 2 ' . ,, 4 ' fLQ7'fft LWXWJ 1 wfffdi fflff ' if .f V1 , N. I 49 ,, t Za ' Win: fm: " ' WEIA' ' V' 1-"M 'NJ " ' . MQ921 . X f ,QQ aw- ff ' '47 1. M 1 y r ff, , ' ,l',,,,A 1. ffm' f,z:1fp4-""'t ,yt ,, ,-1, -4.1,1.'- f f " ' .,f , First row, Ivfl in right: CHARLES WOOD . L e tam . . . srhovll store' . . . lilfle Cllurlir, Junior-A ior, Jr. Drumutics Club, Ili-Timm 45 Science Club 2, 4,. fcntrnl Baud :lg St-lmol Store 4, Mgr. 51 Treas- urer Student Council 55 Football 53 Boy Scouts, Quarter- llIZl'Sl01' 2, 3,X-Lg, Aeronautics Club 2, Vico Pres., Hugh Mnrsou 1. . ' JIM WOOD looking for a mufl1'h. . . . I?al1by's 1111111111 . . . "Jim," Junior-Senior 43 Jr. Dramatius Club 23 Glen- Club 2, 3, 4, Vivo Pres. 52 Orclteslru 33 Sth Chorus, Baud 2: Operettu 5, Boy Scouts 1, 2, 33 li Nutzurul Music Club -1, Vice , ' 1' ,,n,,gfSa'lsx5wii . MM, I ! llfc ,553 trul 19" "1 MJ 01176. Q fl' I fa.: N . xi wif ,N ll,tll U-'Wo q W mia ' Marshall. HERMHIV , ,S'm:on,r1 ru-w : an ze- CARSON YATES 'lg-e Old Rf'I1'a,bIn .l . . fukin' p1'Ivl1.M'.v . . . nirplrmes. Silt Band 1: Cnucliml Camera Club 1, Svc. 23 Hobby Club 15 Bzmd 25 ll-lmlel Airplane Club 2, ll, Vice Pros. N ' Qwardzg- . - Aa - NORMAN YOUNGSTEADT f corduroy 'jrwkel , . . Hugh Morson .k . "RL'lI.H Wi Lntin Club 2, Zig Spanish Club 5, Art Club 2, 33 Hi-Y 4, Sgilylit Baud 1, 25 lfuotbanll -ig 1-Ii'Y Minstrel 5. Pros. 45 Golden AfilHQlll31'S . IWQQ ' , . l g N J law M fi . W Q to DOUG WORLEY - ' X - , f bonu . . . anzpurntiny . . . "Doc," l . A ' Senior Officer, Sut.-ut-Armsg Hi-Y 4, 5, Pros. 55 Cl1clQrlo:1Qe1'g V t " Senior Superlattive, Beau. 'G' . X . X , X - CANDACE LEE WYATT ' U54-,Q , "6'r1mly" . . . sivlgirry . . . humlsonm .YUIlll'l'?'N'. j - Fl'0TlK'll Club 4, am: Glen Club 1. 2, 4, 5, Rr-porter 5g , M 8th Chorus 13 Olu-x'vttu 5, Broughton Revue 4. Ji!!!-My ' "' ff , f f .. L,A1'Lf-f-,xf.2.:!' -1.-,A ,- K f -I f' . 1 . 14 1 6 s .' V . ! 5 't 34,7 - - , . .1,t,w,ft 1 r f ,, .ff . l v - L, ,, Q . Q 4? 22. .vis 9 re Q D Q 1 XS Qi 1 0 , X - i 3 x 53 fx? is .ii YO 'i'f'2- I '4iv1TE- ? L . as . , Y .f --- 1 - -A ' O11 , - uf '21, ,Q 1 . il -L4,f ,1i':1izf!.g if-F ' 1 O QW IEOBBY CROCKER VV. S. GOODWIN Bosnc HAMPTON U. S. Marine Corps U. S. liariue Corps Cadet, The Citadel 'x i 'X N. P.. , , , v ff' I 'S ' 'I' XX " l , J In 4 X.. ., Qi .f-lv 1 'I O - Q xl 34. JU s1x.,1.w:Mf5 ' L1 ' " f J., Wy' 1 1 O .'. . - O .WW .L .gm ' MWWJA gh :Jil ,.S.. , .-,V , rffyfilu , K-jf Y f X4 'iziif-E:fE1,. w ff ', f' X45 ,,f -QL.-A . L! ' ,. ,-1-5 ' IWW V ..Y. ff' 'V fgvi ' -Liz..-I f f lf- " .1-W f .Tx QEX QEQD 5055 34 - E an EQ I rv 1 LJ am P-W ffl lh.'4- :QM -aw- Gil' 54 .lg J J' 'F"4.5 sl 1:- ,. x 4? 1- el X'G'7'. x at 'DM , Q -. ,... WV V 'M ix gy i wg PM 'ME w,5 1' 1 Q --1 , M .0 -w FM,fght Mfmsmmvmiss N6 W, X. ,JV-J' ' i f 'W 771, 95 ' 4 1,1 -, ,- V J in Wg 7 A X NMC, 1 JL . ' nl 1 I - f iw , I' A - . ' 4 W .I l x " Aj . i if w xx 1 1 ff, 'f u XX ' :if ti xu -hx XJ 1 fl . , J .J X l 3 1 1 'w 'N -.. NEHDHAM Bll.OUG'I'l'TON I-ITGH SCHOOL S'1'UDENT COUNCIL I Ifirst 'roz1,', lrfl Io Viglll: l"lurr'nt-e Turner. Ruth Xiliggins, Harriet lllorun, Theodore Kellozlt, Cllurles NVuod, 'PIIUIUIIS Smiley, , Phyllis Riley. S"l'UlIf! 1'01l'J Ann lfleluing. Doris ML'Hule, Nell Flliglllllll, Betty Jean Culbreth, Nancy Norwood, Burburu M, llnrris, Jatvkie -ljrnizzin, Ann El'lltll'j'. Nnnvy Fairley. Thirzl 'l'l7Illi Rex lit-nson, Bobby llnwlcins, John Holding. lvun Armstrong, , ' .ine Norwood, Ie ,ny Park, Bobbie Ann Powell, Anne Grinuells, Billy Wntlcins, Vernon 'i'ilUl!lIlSD1l, Joe Koever. I"uw'tlz. 1-ow: Jenn 'X White, Exuc-lin,'li-utsrhinski, Bon Wetmore, Georza- Adonis, Gludys Cliunuln-i-s, Ilugrh Stone, Alex Venzey, Joe Richert, Violet. j ' Luliue, Billytliiause. .lf"ifll: rnzr.:-Newton Robison, Dodge Geoghegun, John C. XVilIiums. Sidney Martin, Henry Linelaerger, Peggy Dzlvisi Roy Chlpley, Virglnlu CLLIIIDIJCU, Anne Johnson, Dun Martin, Miss Powell. MV' I . X j. Q J2'j4'jV'. '51 .Rl WRX! V2 - ,l 'X 'L ff ' , j' " . aff, 0 3 I 1 ' f T. . 'l.. V , , . Q , K, ' . -A it l T 2 go gf: 1 -f f h ff- M2445 , E Ai N it Q Qi' it 5 'fi ,:,!g7CL . fr, k V ' ' 7-1,14 ,V , ff. if 1 ffff , XE V! - ff , 4 N 'f . I' 5,-..k f,fi . 4.l-2L4" 1"'i1.wt row: Miss Powell, Vie Bc-ll, Ann Grinuells. Smfonll row: Hugh Stone, Dun Martin, Charlie Wood. OFFICERS: Prvsirlrnt, Dun Martin, Vice President, Vic Bell: Trc'ns'zu'er, Charles Nllooclg Secretary, Anne Grinnellsg Sergeant- nt-Armx, Hugh Stone. SENIOR REPR-ESENTATIVES: Virginia Cmnllbell, Doris Mc- Hule, Alex Vcuzey, John Holding, Roy Chiploy, Newton Robinson. JUNIOR REPRESISZNTATIVES: Joe Ricbert, Ruth Xviggins, lvuu Arnistrong, Ann Fleming, Joe lioovor, 141:11-riot Moran. SOPHOMORE REPRESENTATIVES: Billy Boise, Dodge Gvoglnagun, Bobby Hawkins, Violet Lu R-ue, Bobbie Ann Powell, Jenny Park, John Clizirlos VVilliumS. FR,l'lSIIM'AN REPRESENTATIVES: Emilia Kutchinski, Janet Steamer, Jimmie Briggs, Nancy Norwood, Burbnru Harris, Norma XVOilll0I'0, Bill Cape. SUl3-FR-ESHMAN REPRESENTATIVES : Robin Scruggs, George Paulson, Jurliie .Ieruigan, Nancy Fuirley, Vernon Thomp- son, Billy Yvntkins, Ann i':lll0l'y. The Sturlentz Council, with n, c-:nimble group of oiticers null in- dustrious connnittc-es, bus functioned to give the students IL pls-usuntz year at Needhann Broughton. Each counnittce has en- deuvured to fulfill its duties. Classroom :ind entertzxiniuent films were provided und nu intrumur:iI sports prograun wus carried out. Three delegates, Dan Martin, Ivun Armstrong, and Henry Liueberger, und Cznfoliuu Powell, uclviser nf the council, nt- tended the Stat-e Council Congress held in Lexington, March 17 and 18. Tho c-onstitutiou was revised under the direction of the Citizensilip Conxmittee, und. the Council, in connection with the XVur Effort Ctblllllliiilt, sponsored several drives to, promote Sales ot' Xvill' Bonds' and Stunips. Triple-threat jeeps und il P-51 "Must:nn:" iigfhtcr were pure-based. Through the year, the Council has lnuintuiued its previous high stznndards and has helped to provide al successful your for Broughton students. 38 '--Q rw, , v- . . . 'F V x ,xl .W , , -N -- 0 , t ,N -t it QQ, '--,ksf,,W l ' rf' , tt., i ,,l-.,. X W M- ,tgti---,f-, M, --, , ft ., V 13' - . f H . fNf,,,- ..- Vx' if ,B uf. JM A- R,g.if f 'lil , , , - ,TV .-- - m17T ,fifties ,QTEIQRFFH ,-. gf-riNX.glL' --,Aa -, wi ,ll in 7-3 Y' 'i 2,1 ,dig Gilt lp it L4 rn il " if i,"lv lt ' -4 i-if nf.-1 L. .1 it i'1i, 1,41 um -ntl 1 ,V ik.-kwa WM,-rxixx V-.N 1.-.n.." ,,l ,s NA, --Ck " L- ' NT- L.-, , V, f' K , . "" V X S ',, '--'- 4. ' fl ' ' ' , V -V' V v 4 , 'a1'iul: Cillllldllllll nl' tliz-'ilgtvt-izil Vllllllllll,ffVCf,JN'TQ. .iunmXKl1tLi1-Andi V nno lohnsun, Thny 2lllfii1llL'l1' 4-cnninit,tvo st-rvotl tn wvlf101n't-- :ant -ntn-rtzut Visitors and to an':'znn:v social lfvlllIl'l,lvU'llS lm' tht- s Y uni jolly. Jntxtnnding sm-iul e-vt-nts lmvt- if fn 1.116-TTWT im' tht- not 'lllCll'1l'. tht- fnothull vit-tory lilllll745,1-flllfl tho Studi-nt Lt-mlm-rs' fulwn. r: Tln- Cult-ndzn' Cnnnnittvi- umdv posts-rs, plncv cards. .ntl invitations. It insult- pnslt-rs :ind 1-hurts lor uni' Wni' 'Som 'unipuign und lu-pt at rfnlvinlzu- ot' thx- sc-hunl zuetivitivs. Ull'l'llIll'lll0ll nw-rv Phyllis Riluy :ind Tlxecnlurta Ka-llugg, S7 1 s The- duty nt' thx- Sports f'onunit,tuc is tn prnvitlizittgka 1 tu bm, 1 I turn gnrnos for students not lllLl'lll'l1Jl1l-lllg' in vu 's' 3 ' Thu ' -1-hnirinr-n wr-ro Betty .lc-:tn f,illilH'Ulil und Sidnvy -Vtin. tl pn l thx stiff nt ht lmtlinl I , -L nscm-4 1 sa , " asc- l sm-:sun tit,-kuts ping-1 ng IHITQYIICIIIS. :intl inti':xn1lu':il lmslcn-t,h:1ll tnnrnnmvnt awards. 5 . . tulfn-l' ml: All-x Vcnzey und .loc Norwnod wore c0'chnu'n n t' th' t'il'lll'lllilltUl'. The nmin ntztivitim-s Worn tht- sr-lling nl' st-:tsmt iuhtt-', thu mil-gatltizatticmtt of thu Audio-Visnnl Clnh, nnd thi- n'ovi,'nn of 4-mnnunnity st-rvir-0 through Antliu-Visual aids, I Filiz zship: Thv c-hiirmam ot' this r-ommittc-0 was II:-nry Lint-- 18749, . Ht- :tml ll' coxnmitttftf spnnsorvd thc llIil2Tl.ZillU Qlllllllill-Lfll :intl -1 so N73-il LQ Kf0'llSlllJllltl0ll. This t-uxninitttw did ninch tu l1C0ll'2l,gUk hc ' all 'nlopmc-nt, ol' gmnl-:ill-anround uitixt-ns nt. irc- ttol 3 A Dxl ll8R'gTill' earn-atnt-:it'-arms ot' thi- 1-nun:-il, Hugh Stunt-, vas hqwntii zklfstziris l'l'lllllllllil'I', wltivli dirt-4-tt-cl tln- 4-lt-vtinns lm- ,nvll t'l:1.551link for the Stndvnt, flnnncil. lt nlsn dirut-lt-d thu dopt on 6' thu vc-vis:-cl c-onslitntiun. 'lluu ': TH- dulit-s uf this 1-ollllxlitlvv nrt- to tnzllu- nn :itll-ntpt. 0 ku 'r -L' in hulls :md A-:il't-lt'1'in, and lu initiate :my xn-41-s- - lllI'lJlE'l!llll'1llH in the hniltling. Tha- nntin alcrtivily was tht- '1ll'lllfI t,'iUil -up Ulllllliillllll. Tin- cll:1iI'nmn was l"lul'L-111-0 'l'lll'll0l'. "nr . : L nlghnm was cltnirmain of thu Grounds Uonnnit- ,' :Intl -us and keeping the grounds Cillilll. ' wily: 'hu duly of thu Pnlnlicrily Onnnnittt-u is to hoosl .chol . -'xitics hy snlnnitting as nanny :trtin-lt-s as pnssihlc tn hs- two Y 0 nl pnpt-rs concerning: various st-honl uvents. Puggy lnvi. he-1 cl this CI1IllllllftCC. A S .-lxxu lily: Tln- 1-lnxirim-n of this I'liIlllllil,l0l' wt-rv Gt?01'9'.P Adams lllil 'ludys Ullllllllllll'S, Tht-y plnnnvd, as fill' ns possible, thr- :lssm lzly dnlcndnr. 1'ni x: Yiigixtizt Cmnphz-I1 was 1-hzlirinzm nt' tho Points COIllllllllPl'. nn n -ll ll' cv. Slltix-fl id hor cnmniittcu improved the exterior of tho sm-lnml ix n ul: l ho lntivsg wt-rv to Svc: thnt thi- st-lnml lmnurs wt-re L-vonly dis- . t . . , . 1-ilu-L 1-d hy onfuwnig tht- Ifnntt hyslt-in :md to :lwnrd thc- St-rvtcv KQ' nt' the ond nlf the YClll'. ll: Cjfn' : 'Nui' cmnnniiltcc wcrrlci-cl lo inm'r-nsv thu seth- of hnnds und :nntp :xml to prmnotv cnxnpztigns toward thi- XVill"0lT01'l. Vit- Bvll vas '1nirnmn. N . OMB HIE! ICS, lop In bollnnl: l'UIil,Il'l'l'Y, Davis, l,Ulllll'l'. ,'rit'ti1 . Stinw. Hom: ANI: H'r'AMl-, xr-ul:-tl: Juhnson, Silvvr, -- Nlllllllllllllf GL-ngln-gznn, 'Bc-ll. Hulfsl-1, lintcln-lor, est- Pope. 'l'nrnvi', Burr:-tt, Jl'1'I'lig'illl, Sflvlfxli, Whitt-. 'll .ISI 15011, li. Ilohnsan. Cl1:1111l1ei's, I'l:n'1'Qll, Singleton, Wfullnna. -. 3 'fx W -Q .Num K. 3, -N ,Q-Z ,, 'S-,, -gqal A -emu-:xr 0 . " ..e""' ' N ' 'rin ' fs . ' --5:21 x - ,... f f, N ' ,W Ky . in QQWJ ,pl J, . J r P N j , ,f . 'I ' Y "GAIN Q 2:1 f,,z44c, , - 'f X . ilx xvbym xigk !,y Q . . . V Mgqlxfa-,gl Y ,. t ' e W YQ' - 'QW' 21 ew 3 e x w rf.'j5i'8 9 WN ,.,,fzi,,Qfgesf' . I, H , ? -J :Daw-Q-KK-5 ' e wr-had pf A fl 1 4 HL f KJ! 5.1 I JI . A I. I . . ,. I rj Q G1 .u-0 tw 'U Ujfffj ,,w. 0.e.f5oo.9 S-f l I 9 V X XM ' J pb 'V ah Q 04. J i in all A , , V 1. . :'Basfu1, Belts, Bryant, Claun'pl.lell. Candle. Cuveness, Crabtree, Cnlbretli, Davis, Denny, Martin, D., Mui-lin, L., M4,-Tntosln, Parker, J., V Purker,jT,, Singleton, Snow, Stokes, Velizey, XVL-llnns, West, NVi1li:1nn4. 1 I W - I I I - X J ' 'I 0 N I I-i.. 1 I 1 . . fri cl. UIIUI UUE , S4'Imln'rsIzfp, Lenflersliip, Clmrzu-lrr, Serrirv Elected by student vote and n, faculty committee, there were 22 members of the N3,fl0lliLl Honor Society this year. Of- ficers for the full term were Virginia. Campbell, presidcntg Betty Jenn Culhrelli, virc presielentg Dorothy Singleton, secretary: und John Cx':ilJt1'ee, i,l'E'i'lRlll't'l'. On October the four seniors tapped were Marjorie Czivinuss, Mary Ellen YVellons, LeRoy Martin, Alex Venzey, and Marion McIntosh. For the first time Inst fall, members of the junior class were tapped at the beginning of their junior year. They were Sll!'tl,i1 Denny, Betty Betts, Fitz Candle, :md Josephine Snow. In the spring term the oilicers were Alex Vvuzuy, president, Fitz Camille, Vive presidvntg Josephine Snow, Sr-r'1'et:1ryg and Marjorie Cuviness, treasurer. The second tapping ceremony was February 4 nnrl new xnembers were Mary Evelyn West and Oliurlnlte Williams, seniors, and Janie Li-e Pnrker, Toni I,ll,l'kC1',2lllli.SUSUIHIQ Stokes, juniors, Among the projects undertaken for the year was promoting sc-liolnrsliip in the ninth and tenth grades, Hazel Griffin is ilie adviser. f 40 , B , ini . T F ,i r is ffiigla fi Vim Fa "Wi il-f'r,TiUr?fA if in A Wffmu - Hy ie f iii i Jlffaifii Ma uf.f lnuaili lllzliililili THE BROUGUTON BAND: The Needham Broughton High School hancl, coniposvml of thirty rucinbers. has taken an active part in the zu-l,ivi1,ic-s of the scfhool this year. During The year, the group playutl for football games, chapel prograrns, the Spanish-Annrriran KVM' Veterans' Convention, Navy Day, the Spring Munir Festival, the State T0lll'ilk'1'S, Convention, and finally, COllllllI'llf'l'll'lUllti Exercises. The Junior huull. vmiiposeil of twenty-llxrve inemln-rs, is a preparatory group, which will onicrge finally into the ml- vanced band. The junior band class has met each day at seventh period. This yEZ11', for the first, time, the Broughton hand hall. u mlirectress rather than a director, Miss Albertine Leiler cmne in Broughton from Gr1'UGIlSil0l'll College and with her capable direviion has done a great deal to further the progress of the band. MEMBERS U'Il7'lIlt?tS Frenvlz. Ilurn. Tru-mpzets John XValtnn Ann Henson Clay Crisp Carey Mumford Jesse XVedding Charles I-Iiggason Billy Jordan Ann Wright Bonnie Moflitt Dick Mitchell Bobby Gore B ass Tm m 71 0 n vs SlliU01Il10'll8 Ted Davis Pete Norris Louis Nipper Roy Fuller Perrivs.-:io-n f Laird Holder Lloyd Smith Charles George Billy Eason Allen Stephenson ' First row. left io riyhf: Drum Major. 'Roy Fuller, Billy Jordan. Anne lionsou. Carey Muinford Clay Crisp, Charles Higginson, Dick Mitchell, Bobby Gare, Alhurline Lvi'lor. Sewrnrl 'rowr Lairil Holder, Billy Eason, Gluirlus George, Ti. T. 'Warlsworlh, Clyde liririn, Frank A ic'ra,fT, Pete Norris, Louis Niplmr, Douglas Davies, Ann Moss. Third rnu-: Allen Stephenson. John XVnlt0n, Ted Davis, Frank Graham, Bonnie Moflit, Jesse XV dding. Lloyd Smith. First row, left lo right: Mrs. deSola, Mary Rose Suddreth, Gladys Green, Emma Gnpton, Frances Helms, Irene Holloway, Aileen Desern, Mary F. Vlfatson, Jo Lane, Frances Cox, Nell Hunter, Jean Barbour, Mary VVillis Bain, Sally Bizzell, Joyce Jones, Jo Brooks, Betty Bryant. Seconcl row: Jane Lassiter, Larraine Guyton, Frances Ferguson, Frances XVoodall, Arminta VVhitley, Mary Ruth Beavis, Pat Trull, Doris Etheridge, Shirley Browning, LaVerne Harris, Nancy MeEaehern, Letta Little, Patricia, Lawrence, Bobby Jean Allen, Betty Ann VVright. Third row: Jane Morris, Jenny Lynn Jones, Doris Howell, Eloise Thomas, Barbara Brown, Betty XVilkie. Doris Harris, Emilia Kutschinslci, Bobbie Lee Rogers, Ann Gupton, Anne Johnson, Ruby Thonias, Phyllis Cooper. Fourth row: A. C. Hall, Jim XVood, Deanne Lafirande, Teddy Howell, Carolyn Hudson, Jean I-lodgens, Dot Bray, Anne Brown, John Lehman, Biekie Morris, Bobby XVallcer, Neil Maddox, Richard Bennett. Fifth row: Sidney Martin, John Crabtree, LeRoy Marlin, Bob Geile, Roy Fuller, Robert Knettner, Frank Goodwin, Arnald Rhodes, Jack Kennedy. 1 7 , , W77, ,WY , -- , l we .easy . B'-'mil Y. I N f. 4, ' L ,Q M V l:l'FwTQa!fil, fi RIM 'V M753 ii ' M ' 1 N -S-ZW., 7.x Nr,H?.q,f,m,,,M.f Mrk. CAST FOR 'ETHE GYPSY ROVFIIF'-OPERETTA Firwl 'rnwr Bob Gr-ilu, Doris Tlrirris. A. U. Hall, Mary YVillis Bain, Phyllis Uoopcr, John Crabtree. Betty Bryant, Jimmy XVood. Second raw: l"rank Goodwin, Arthur Aurousou, Lclioy Martin, Bobby NValker. ' in -ff rf W W s' . .. W fi. y'.f.fgQ ' i ' nf, A3 i f-L L Yr- .- v "V Under the direction of Mrs. Leo deSola, the Broughton Glce Club, composed of 68 members, has been very active in its presentation of musi- cal programs. Outstanding among them have been several chapel programs, several ap- pearances before civic clubs during the Christmas season and later in the spring, at patriotic rallies, before the P.-T.A. in A mril and finallv the An- 7 . nual Spring Concert in May. Hi 'hli rhtin ' Broufrhton's musical contribu- Q S -C, tions was the operetta "The Gypsy Rover," which received warm words of praise from the large audience. Leading roles were played by Phyllis Cooper and John Crabtree, supported by Mary Willis Bain, Doris Harris, Bobby Geile, Jimmy Wood, Arthur Aronson, LeRoy Martin, A. C. Hall, Jr., Bobby Walker, Frank Goodwin, and Richard Bennett, and the eighth grade chorus assisting in the production. Emma Gupton served as student directorg Jean Hodgens, business managerg Anne Brown and Virginia Campbell, accompanists. -I Jimmy! Q!MMj OZ06o4 3, XVf W myijlliilwilifi W' 0 f W 4' T fl WU 'L J ...1 ,L I JL :mi AEDQJ ls , Sew . Q 304- ,, -f . 1 1- f1.,,,'.: ., aspfwisi. First row, Ir-fl. In right: Marv Plllon 'Welluns, -Tunic Lee Parker, Martha Hester, Snr: Linelian, Marklin NVlxitu, Frances FHTLYIISOII, Arxncuin Illure. Joyce Parker, Miss Elling Lena Stanford, Noll Huntvr, Nancy Root, Bcity .Ioan Cavincss, Martha Chase, Bcity P Plwllis Smith, Florenvv Turner, Pat Eckert. Sue Tucker Eason. Ellllllil Jean Menshv Miss Lewis. Tl1.irrL'1'r1w: Helene Jacobs, Andrey Tudor, Alicia Dunn Spencer, Nm-ry N Bnrbam Popu. lValtinra Hylton. Julia Ann Pl3l'l'j'. Anna Carey Bntullelcr, Deanni- Lv La,n'renc'o, Gladys Grevn, Lorraine Gnyfon. Mary l+'ranrus Dillon. Fnurllz 1'uu': Louise Ili Denny. Adelaide ton. SG!'0llll1'0U': itis, Betty Pearson. xr, Josephine King. ixun, Lois Newton, Grande, Betsy Toni Minis, Inez Hood, Noll Rankin, Phyllis Riley, Annu. Slack, 'Marjorie Cxivinnss, Edith l.Vinslow, Doris Howell, Eloise Thomas. ii- G ll ., .. ,. r ' . ' if J FLW -in 1- Tw: lil ffffrili' if-fl'g? Fijian gi iq' p .1-"iw .lm QM 5.1. 5211 4Li:1HQM.if Jaiiliiw Slmulinll : Sarah Harris, Carolyn Orr, linuisv Minis. Mrs. Yvlton, Norma. Pitts. Nil- liwlyl: Bc-ity Jean Pooh-, Miss linrarv. Sally Raid, Betsy Ann Hllilw. Sfumlinff: Carlyle Campbell, Phyllis Smith, Rebecca Ellis, John McAllister, Doug Taylor, Icllllllll. Jean Riinshew, Julian Ilan-ris, Siltiny: I-Iarris Coley. M ' L , 1 ' ,j.',f I Y,-- Q I Y? 9 V " V., d ' K ",'f h I lj. X fill, fw -w ' ' flff r . Q 1 , ' - 7 eedhd ni B1 eng hton H - Y L,-f 0 f Eli' l N , QQ 5 f o .. .. i ...... , -- . D UG WORLEY Prcuszrlent Rounnr CT1 GU 'Pip T1 easurei' Q GEORGE CHERRY. . . . .Vice President TOMMY ll' oo us. ..... Segrgezmt-izvt-A1'1ns FRED Nmwcommn. . . . .Secretary J. L. BAKER ,... ..... if . '. .Adzfiser K w ll ,I ix. 'd Buble, . on -ae' 91? ww ww ww 5 ww w ,ww ww www www www www aa www . w w www ww ww www www ww www w fx ww ww ww . w ww ,ww ,Q -, wwwww ww ww ' ww www, ., , First row, left to riyhl: Norman Yonngsteadt, Tommy Moore, llfzule Pridgeu, Newton Robison, Fitz Candle, Robert Anderson, Bobby Montgoznery, Banks Bowles, Doug XVm'lcy. Nrfcond TONE: Fred Newcomer, John Holdinrr, Doug Gill, George Pickett., Dan lllnrlin, Bill Jones, Hush Stone. Tliirrl row: George Buson, George Adams, Al Smitli, Roy Chiplcy. Henry Lll10llE'l',2'01', Tlxcorlurc Kclbgg, Rex Benson. Fuuwrlh row: George Cherry, Gene Foxworth, Clifton Chnrn, Ivan Arnistrong, Clyde Bryant, Sonny Martin, Grunt Moen. Not yn'asan,1,: George IIu1'1'elI. The Hi-Y this year has been very active in and out of school. The club now has thirty-five members which are from the junior and senior classes. The annual minstrel was presented February 11, to a capacity audience. The club cleared md-fx! S5150 from the presentation which was used for the Hi-Y dance and for improvements around the school. In addition to presenting the minstrel, the members of the club sold ads for the LATIPAC and have contributed much to make the book a success. MRLQMWM Qi ww aosilo. y ,JU KI ga ,ti - QV? QJWN , 3 0 V ' A - w N19 vilfyjjlfl t he Little healer r vm W - QJWX' uQ t e school year, the Broughton Little At a business meeting in February the club ieater provided entertainment for all dramati- cally inclined students. At. the club meeting every other Tuesday skits and dialogues were given, and personalities were introduced and developed. The new members were initiated by interpreting a character from a play of their choice. Gladys Chambers, vice president, was responsible for the success'of the programs. In January the annual Little Theater play was presented. The Production, "Letters to Lucerne," was a story of life in a girls' school in Switzerland at the outbreak of World War II. The cast included seventeen students, all of them members of the Little Theater. Doris Harrell and Sis Silver were student directors. decided to use money in the treasury for im- provement of the dramatics department. Many interested students cooperated in making the Little Theater room more attractive. In March the club entered the ,one-act play, "Jacob Comes Homcf' in the Carolina Dramatics Association Spring Festival held in Chapel Hill. A group of Little Theater members composed tl1e cast. Eighteen seniors were chosen this year for membership in the Golden Masquers. The stu- dents were eligible because of outstanding work i11 different phases of play production, having earned the twenty points in one vear, or 30 in a dLVirginia C'n1pl:- l, PY0lHlltC'.f ' - I two years necessary or mcmbeiiship. a QALL '45, ' f 1aA9L'QffCL at 'wif rr fw,.-and-U ' "LETTERS TO LUCER First row, lrfff In right: Violet LaRue, Jean .Gaclrly. Sei- 'lvl te: "egg, Davis. Gladys Chambers, Edith Deyton. Sfamlfny: 1 nl ll , Rehceea Johnson, Barbara Brown, Janilce ': 'crm - N 5 l'e'4 LT stint is B? t '-.Y 4 J s v xi ' 1 Ni., Q, 'Y s v J 'En .N 3 ,A -. I uv . "Ili . ', in.-. .- 1 y 1 ,, Y U N ' 11:21:31 . - - - - ..4. , LITTLE TI-IEATER OFFICEI CEICUIIGH AIJARIS .... CJLADYS CIIAMM1-:ns, . . . LII: BELL ........ . Sis S1Lv1':n ........ Mus, U. K. Juyxl-11 MEMBE R S O F LITTLE THEATER A 1 ' X ,E 5- 1, M fgwv-,Qi iS Pre.-:iflr1n.t I'ru.s'id0nt Sm'1'et1w',1,1 Treasfurm' . Jlrlvisfel' GOLDEN MASQUERS FrnnL row, Irqfl fu riflllf: Lib Bell, Edith Dvyton, Gladys Clmnlbors, 1"rz1uc-ym- James, Mrs, O, K. Joyxlor, Betty Bryant. Anne Cotl1ram, Jenn T.I0dgm-us, xriI'Killiil Caunplmll, G1-m'go Hurroll. SHl'Yl'ILll row: Jim XVoorl, Mulvolm Butuvr. Arthur Aronson. Bobby Geilo, George Adams, John Crabtree, 4Gene Noni, NVurrvn Blanks, 47 vffffgkw M lie F' fm "1 fr , fm " 'U3f71lV'7'ii7ll il!-'IWUHT' ,""1'il:f W in flee im Jin, Si s Init to riylrlr: ill Sfoplienxnii, 1'cg:gy Tluvis. Vi:-,zinia Cumphvll, Lnnise Minis. Mrs. Snnrlling, Arnold Smith, Ciuulv XVvntl. Moore. Sullilay: Mallzlorlu Uziwill-ss, Esther Stutlincns, Pvguy Smith, Ruth lViggins. ' ' ' ll 'T' F 'rl '13 WN .. fiiwfsi l 'l lil! 1753113 Ti Iliff .LD 'a' n 'hi' :JT Ji Ui' -. f' -' " I 515 w, fn .If ' V' 9,0 FSM W xv mil l .Ali ii il ,lil lf, ,ui First rnuf, Ivfl In righl: Mairllm, While. Josephine King, Betty Bryant, G. R. James, Carey AI'LlH1f0'l'Kl, A. Hull, fllvlliv Ann XVig:zs, Nanny Fairley, Davis Jlunvs, Marion M1-Intosh. l4'rumees Mcfjonnell. Smwzirl rnw: Charles Temple. Alex Vvnzey, Phyllis Riley. Lois Rowe. l'vl'llll0YSO Jones, Frances XVOodull, Jm- Clark, Clyde Erwin. Roy Fuller, L,o1'acle:in Joyner. Dorothy flznullv. C':11'0l Gift, Doug' Prurlen. Tllirzl row: Miss Omni Bliss Lewis, Lois Mitchell, Edith Deyton, Guy Cheney, Nita llnllenacor. Betsy liinory. Nell Rankin. Betsy Buclinnsin, Mary Evelyn XVQSL. Fourlh run-: Mrs. Jennie Slmrp, lS:1i'h:u'n Pope, Miss Celeste Penny, Iszllsel Rowland, Isabel Anderson, llih Bell, Joyce P:u'ke1', Matilda McDonald, Annu Slack, Douglas Taylor, Nancy Carlton, Bobbie Tll0ll1D50ll. Fifth row: Guy Rawls, Lee Smith, Sully Reid, Lillinn Holt. Jack Vcreen was not present when the picture wus tnlcen. 1' Tv ui fl ,1'f"1l QT ' fl "F+ ff. -f- ff,.4n,.ff-. l" !"l,.---lg ,Q l .rl .i lg ea. ll ll if li li ll few View gli '-Lu.: al u in Q ll aj .H lille my Tnp, xillinyl, Irfl to riyhi: Nell Hunter, Sharon I-Iarris, Florine Thorn, Sally Reid. Smnrliny, firxf rum: Belly Sue Pegrunl, Aimee Uovinfzlon. Belly .lenn OuIln'c-lli, Rush Stzmcil. George Picks-lt. Sm'rm1Z1'mr': Ann Brown, Anna Carey Batchelor. Nlmlrliiryl, first row: Cliurloilvv Williams, Anne Uuthrnn, NVill1ll.l'Cd Lewis, Boblxy Nonomun. Svcrmrl row: Phyllis Cooper, Annu lilunmvrforml, Doris Ilurris. Thin! row: Buck Taylor, Edith Deytml, Miss George. x i ' '-34 , W " l " , I-AI . . ' , . ,,.--..1.e Bullom: Inez Hood. Laird Holder, in rostuiuo, Doris Harrell. Frnm-yso Jones. Nancy Carlton, Ramon Ivey, Rex Benson, Doris Grinnells, Ann Copley, Louis Nipper. John Holding, Roy Chipley, .Gladys Bishop, NVilli:un Holes, Annu Jo Morgan, Joy Matthews, Jo Ann Nance, Maury Ellen Vlfellous, Anne Johnson, Gladys Clluulbers, Roy Fuller, Ruby Thomas, Florence Turner, Eloise Tlmnms, Burlnxrn Brown, Cnrolyn Hudson, Dorothy Singleton, Arthur Aronsou, Frank Davis, Jean XVhitu, Margaret Morley, Culviuu l'cgm1u, Rebecca Johnson. ,S6u1uILny: Miss George, Henry Linebergur, Arthur Lamson, 4f9 LEROY MAn'r1N Miss Gnlrlrlx PEGGY DAVIS Amcx Vnlxzny El'7.l'1'Oli IAL STAl1'lv' Sitting, lefl ln right: Miss Griliin, Peggy Davis, Billy Srnilhdeal. Struul- iny: Carson Yates, Fruneyse Jones, Anne Johnson, Hugh Stone, Virginia Campbell, Charlie Vlilfoiig, Frank Davis, Roy Chipluy, George Cherry. Vie Bell. BUSlNIfISS STAFF First row, left to 'l'l!l1lfff George Adams, Anne Colhran, Charlotte NVillixuns, Betty Bryant., Dorothy Singleton, Margaret Morley, lViui- fred Lewis. Seeoml row : Alex Veazey, Lili Bell, Barbara Brockwell, Martha Bryant Clark, Lizelte Crocker, Betsy Bneluinail, Gladys Chznubers, Edith Deyton. 1'llil'fl'I'0Lt'! Betsy Ann Shaw, Bill Rogers, Betty Jean Cnlbreth, Galvine Pegi-ann, Roy Fuller, Sonny Martin, Jean llfhile. Fourfll. -row: Dau Martin, Miss Cogdell, Lee Smith. ,., i fu My if ii- fi is 'ei rf K.. r 1-'Tin Fl Q F753 fl? 1-jim? it-' ,Ti U1 l' uf if Qi 61' iv 5? Ji K it is, H- ' w, ,rt li if -4 ,S as fa ijt 'ff T, fri ilflif 'STH if ' -.. '1 X ' V L lVe'ro the ground crew-the LA'1'IT'AU staff! YVe labored amid restrictions, rationing, and revisions. Though we experienced many a mental ground loop, by hedge-l1o1,1ping from the staff room to the typing room, we finally navigated ourselves to that "March 15 deadline." Peggy Davis was our pilot, directing the course and keeping our book on the bemng Anne Johnson was co- pilot, there to help with the controls, our paymaster, LeRoy Mnrtin, kept our flight records and distributed our funds. Alex Veazey guided our gnnners, those ad-gutters, who patroled their particular parts of the sky, Carson Yates was not expendable as our ubiqui- tous aerial pliotngrapherg our bnnibardiers were Charley W'ilf0ng, Billy Sxnithdenl, and Margaret Morley --art specialists who did an especially artistic job on the landscape. Among the most important members of our ground crew were our lypists, Lizzette Crocker, Martha Bryant Clark, Peggy Smith, Nell Hunter, and Eloise Thomas. Yes, with our liceads in the clouds and both feet on the ground, we did reach our destination: si senior yearbook for the class of '44. 'iv in by-1 YN , 'gsf - , Wgyi' 'Mr ' TQ "'7777x ' f JZu "" ' , p 7,. 23,7 Q- I 1' , , ,Qi e f M XY-Q ,-9 XL QV, - w MPN 'lf 'Y'-wx' - Swv 4 '- M X55 N kf ' - . , I if x 42545 "1 SS' ' - 541 4,,' ' I f vnu ' f .3 X ffff '47 X-' We NW T, C-.12":gE15z: ,gQ2' f ,,5f."" " "" A 4 I f - 4'Y ,. F'-Q P M, A K . NK x x 1 - ' ' 3 V 11.3.56 2 Ay.,-9 yn A 1 Q' fp f ,,l .447 F I E 'H T Ti E A ' 1 QNINL1 , F -fx!! A " W 7 7" 3 , ,ff ' W, .Agf ff' , ?z H, , A V A IA . 315 I Z ,1,' ' ' ', f,f1i - '19, EZ? ff M + W' QM A ' ,, fA' 'f ' ' I 1 " . x 7jL p: If O5 f' ' f rJ:11af?55 , , 1 , 5: V W ' v - imbg X' Mqxff 43 ' ' 'Qi ff A ini, .fa alvjfrd Y-,, "4 4 ' ,f I J, , ,,., ,. .. wi Ky, , f f if :Q ml V ' fwfl' 51 S Wd ,f,,7v' l l 2 WSW it ffffffff EE O Ni li tg 1 V if, mf" QQ!! f FOOTBALL TEAM, first rnw, left to right: George Boson. Brantley Poole, Lewis Braiion, Billy Baise, John Seater, Hugh Stone. Second rnur: C. R. Janies, Flash Gordon, .lack Morgan, Bickie Morris, Grant. Moen. Third rnw: Rex Eatmon, Clyde I' Bryant, Cecil Hodge, Bill Jones, Robert Corniek, Bobby Hawkins, Rev Benson. Firm-lh rnw: Walton Ferrell, B. K. Grow, LeRoy Martin, Sidney Martin, Charlie XVood, George Pickett-, George Cherry. ,Stun1ling: Theodore Kellogg, Lee J. Stone, Raymond VVilder, Julian Harris, J. O. VVhitley, Turner Gray. S My Raleigh opened its football season on September 18 by defeating a highly favored Greensboro team, U J 13-0. Bobby Crocker and Paul Ellington scored the touchdowns for the Caps. The next week, Raleigh beat Durham 38-7-their Worst loss in years. Bobby Crocker, who played his last jme before going to the Marines, led the scoring with 14- points. nf!! It October 2, the Caps rolled over the NVilson Cyclones 2-L-6. Raleigh scored twice in the first three IN J!Qutes of the game. f , M Charlotte, spanked to the tune of 28-0, was the next victim of the caps. The "Wildcats" were not able to ,I get past the big purple team's 45 yard line. 1 . i The following week Raleigh made its sixth straight win with a 39-0 victory over a fast Vifilliiington team. The game was highlighted by LeRoy Martin's 70 yard touchdown which was started by an intercepted pass. Fresh from the VVilmington victory, the Caps rolled up a 60-0 score over the Oxford Orphanage. The little Orphanage team was overpowered from the start, and the entire Raleigh squad saw action. Raleigh then traveled to Lexington where it had a hard time making its eighth straight victory. The Caps won the game 12-0 behind the hard running of Jordan and Jones. 52 The Caps celebrated Armistice Day by defeating Burlington 5,14-0. VValton Ferrell, 160 pound fullback, had a fine night, scoring 18 points. November 21, Raleigh won over Rocky Mount 11-0 to end its regular season undefeated and Eastern Class "A" Champions. Rex Benson scored 10 of the 11 points. ' The Caps' next stop was Charlotte to play Central lligrh for the State Clialnpionship. The heavily favored Purple Hurricanes could not get going and lost to the Charlotte 'team 7-0. Charles of Central intercepted a pass on the Caps' 30 yard line and returned it 70 for the lone score and the State Championship. Coaches Lee J. Stone and Bill Booth led the Raleigh Caps through a most successful season, winning ten games and losing one. The Caps scored 310 points to the opponents 20. Honors for the team came in large quantities this year. Picked on the all state team of the Greensboro Daily News were Rex Benson, end, and LeRoy Martin, guard. Rex Benson again was chosen on the C'hrlrIolIc 1V1'w's All-State along with Brantley Poole, guard, and George Cherry, center. Bill Jones, hard driving blocking-back, won the most valuable player award given by the Ambassador Theater. George Cherry was voted the most spirited player on the teamx and his name goes on the Bing Crosby trophy, presented to the school by the noted singer. 55017 f I V' 0VyVO6jv6y4,4q,eoAeI-I LEE J. s'roNE vhwfwf LZ' 1 fp of swf i.,r 1 V0 ' ff ' ' . -gm! f'Zff"U U GQ51'0J?VVLdJ X ,' - 4 . M , JUL? Xfizf gl, :gf fff- LVG5'-,f!.',A lrlf fl ' 'A Q -X , 72 , - . - ,J gi'r:ff,f ' A-R24-1',fJ after' 71' 633-D' 2 , hyfify' ,IQ zeperv 'jf f JV ' K' V 1 f' 'fi ' 'f ' . , . 'V 4-rf ,f'-.. ' I i yacc fix, 4 Cli ck lfL,Q, deaf , h V i LQ ai 'Q 1 wgff7f4fQ' . ' lil ' 1? al is KVA-'1'f?'f1s4gff-frf. flfecii- gf' ffl- fQL4,OC2f'I CHENIQ LICAIWIRS Peggy Davis, Head Ulwer' Lender, Betsy Ann Shaw, Doris lrlarrell, Lib Bell, Alex Veazep 53' ,.. - ' . -, - 4 , J . . 1-I.-1 A Qiffffg- "' ' . f . -QXQSNM 1 Wfffiiiw ,N "' rw ff Q- -Pfffgf ww? fy! nl 'VI If X p Q ,QW E if QESQN'-xXx -,..3Q X , f ,. LL V, ,, ' 4. 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Mystery cloaked the play of the Caps' basketball team this year. Disposing of the first six opponents in swift fashion the Caps went into the well-known "slump" toward the end of the season. Helping to increase this plight, Captain Tommy Moore and Paul Ellington were absent, the former sick with appendicitis. Looking back over the season, we find that the seventh game, not being so lucky as the number implies, was played with Durham. The Caps played a fiawless game in the Bull City, but were nosed out 4.5-39 by the high-Hying Durham Bulldogs. After this fine play which the Caps exhibited in the next two gaynes with Viiilson and VVilmington, victory came by a slim two points in both eases. The following week the Caps dropped three games straight to Goldsboro, VVi1son, and Sanford, respectively. In the next game they were re- juvenated with an impressive victory over nearby Garner. The last two games were also fatal to the Brough- tonites. Dropping another close one to Durham, the Caps closed the home schedule. The low score of 25-13 was attributed to the fine defensive play of both teams. The final contest was with Fayetteville, in which the Caps were beaten 26-25 in the final 15 seconds, The Caps were third in conference standings with 6 wins and 5 losses. Much of the success of this team is due to the fine leadership and earnest work of Coach Lee Stone. Five boys figured mainly in the scoring of the Caps this year. John Sykes with 85 points, George Cherry with 944, Gene Foxworth with 78, Tommy Moore with 70, and Harold Sauls wilh 67, led the Broughton team. The "B" squad of the varsity won every game played. Leltoy Martin, "Tapper" Cothran, and Richard VViggins led the Jayvees in their impressive showings. The results of the season are as follows: Broughton versus Fayetteville . . . . . 38-25 NVilson ....,.. A 30-23 Garner ..... . . 34-31 Wilmington , , . , 23-26 , Sanford .... . . 4-9-15 Goldsboro , . , 21-23 Goldsboro . . . . . 33-22 VVilson .... , 23-32 ' ' Rocky Mount. . . . , 34--23 Sanford , . . , , 29-31 ,rd A xViilllll'lg't0ll .. 3-P32 Garner .... , 4.6-32 .L ,. ',Durha.nl . ..... , . 39-45 Durham .... , 13-25 Mount. . . . . 33-21 Fayetteville . . . , 25-26 -s . - -V-x.. 55 . -.--- Q fe 'ii' Ag, ii iii. f' -- .sv -P.. .-'ku -1 ASE Htl As the I.A'1'1Inxc: goes to press, the Raleigh Caps, leaders in the Eastern Conference, are getting to work for the 'All season. Streugthenecl hy the return of six lettermen, Rex Benson, lvalt Ferrell, Black Cumphell, .Toe Jordzin, John Sykes, and pitc-her, John Holding, the cups :ire expecting to make on excellent bifl for the Eastern title. Newcomers Hurolcl Souls, John Charles lVilli:ims, and .lohn Senter round out the nucleus of the squad. Coach Lee J. Stone is pointing to the pitching of Malek Cuinphell and John Holding to suh- clue the batters, while heavy hitters John Sykes, Rex Benson, and VVult Ferrell worry the enemy field- ers with stinging hits off the "ole hut." Coach Stone thinks the success of the team will depend largely upon the alertness of the fielclers in their teamwork rather than the hitting. T l iis ye:1r's team, though lacking in experience, has the "never-s:1y-die" spirit. As with all teams here at Broughton, the lmasehall team plays with Zl great feeling of S1l0l'tSlIlfl1lSlllP. The Caps are well known throughout the state' for their fine competitive spirit. Chief competition for the Caps are Yvilson :incl Rocky Mount, always strong in the Eastern WVCYC Conference. Lust year the Caps succeeded in heating the Blzlekhirds of Rocky Mount hut nosed selves. April April April April April out by the Cyclones of lfVilson. Couch Lee Stone's Caps are out to make u name for them- The Cups expect to bag plenty of wins in huselmll this year. The seheclule is :is follows: .L ,,,,,,A, ,,,, l tor-ky Mount, liei-42 April LBS ,,,,, ..,,. , ..Gohlsboi'o, there 7 ,,,,, ,,,,,,, X Vilmington, Iwi-e Muy .Z. ,.,, ,ARU4-ky Mount, there 1754 .,,,,,,, ,,,,,., L lolilslmro, here May ...... Wilmington, there 21 ,,,,, ,,,,.. X Vilson, here May 9 ...... ..... ....... I J urlmm, here 29 AA.,,,,, ,A ,,,, D in-lnun, there if College freslnnam giunes not unuolmeell. 56 I i f X.- JW 1- ,-ff 4 .7 ,,,,.- f ' V, If t -f 4-Zag, E! , K I Y -fc ' 7 ff GENS 144. 5, Qzfifk fl fgfzfdf ,fy L 5' " ' .fzfggf Q ag'-5 . yd? 1" Jr-,-7 lg,-Qf., LJ f' X 111' Y,,..7.,i, Y.-,C ' , Jlfgf-4 Q Qd!'J'7c h' Q1 .gwviaf C420-,-4.2, fiavmef "'LQmf UVHT P HM E 57 J 7 .,i.V-,,- I .5f:...L2 f- ,J ff, , 4 -xxx ,, ,fr-.f.fv-1. 1 l fD M, ku- vw-. .... '-...Lrk:. W., Qmlg- x - ' ' V "- 41" L,1.Q..Wv . 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Q1- ::g- ,ft i4 ew, s ' e W -,A A Q m H W xg W PifTfffJ,19 . ff J +A , - W gif' Sr - gxjxwnv I .4 r Q, YN " Y" 'uw Q XL" V ,M .MN Nw , X C5111 if Cfxx-Il' Qsblbklm X fx C 'I yu 59 .ix ,f . 4 N HW f H- 'M mf 5' l WP Nm ' KXWJ 0g.,. A!::6fLQQl.,, . gg, , , ,. 4G.,c,f,L,, AGM Scholarship Hp' fggk, A - .. it AH Ili!! 6 'A' 'ffi ff., A fy ff F., QV, ff ,f l 721 v" aw . 'Ml Sports Vlfjuyggpjg WW Geauga Ghefuuf me Ma, fean e,,zaw2Z"' 60 .E 'IMI' W 26 JH-f slepmx 3Doug Worle El ' n V ected P e - ' dem: 10 Seniors lnijiart-Sl i A thcPw1H:Lingovafg0n of I'0gdc t ihe Week WIS The de - Pmgram . as Th Raigglfdnp imgogff 8 wg2sig:,Y night, Eizrigg onggmathletescznsnd iniifvpre fone Pfosr Coach "W Coach, ' ' coach am 18 t es, A - Bfylnrsm Jones 'BBHI Bogthweek Wage Rex is Obby cmckeglc'-ggant ' lyde i Cherry: enson and George I ed to Melijpgghm GQ "tx" s N ix?" ' ,--, - U Q02 'ilk sw 'w A 1: F 1 , ilu sd if voted on in A iealiets were eieven who Cheer- hapei Friday. Oi the - ' n the stage, iwe were cted ar e QS? if 3 -M 5, Sometmn f-"' 'I f ' I Ylevph 5,252,251 egg 0f5ga:So'zes2,e,gg1,qgnffQhe T . S 8 , . imes was distriil::te:iSsYlagidcgg',t3:dvE: , . 5 mx socia Broughton S injltzixsiiig tea to weicoggs me oimfixgirixiagna teacher? nffgsfgnm- 'flew 5 The yeceiving 1 . com- ntternoon. Quncii officers. X Q giudefii. C 1' g POWBX . 'Wieimxsisssxrxfiszferie GM 1 3 ' . . . 52335 comm1tt . As the third vlfeek oi schooi ended, these statistics were presented. Ther are exaciiw' LOGO students at Br0g1gh101'1 of which 150 are seniors,149 are Junior d 229 are subfreshrnen. Many stat fl by the 38 students. a first iii 11.3118 ii C In PT :are 1-epreseme tending Broughton io: the , .PeohgI,.B,. A Q a . 11, o .s rhhdgj b"t1f.,'ghQ0ns this year. , o,,e .1-S lldfls 17 01-E, ,I-f""'f e 17 - g lp 17 ri -' w 1' 33-5"a,,Eveef. Pre ay its 00 Us ret 114.111 0 an W Q f 1 Q 11 IJ as Om Smf' gf- , WUH1 do milf th' canlrg cidhelgeed ve gin . tied out o I hosen. The Seniors eie Eveggy Davis, Lib Beii and Aleg X V831-EY: cause gf A B wa in presillf CQ dn ZH of. i?'5yiff"f," Q2wf'112fmz'az,:::ef C0000 'n ,999 'AW an ?.Week1y e contmued, P ed xl: ni. - 1 050 sums, Publicano Probably -.ar 'Pe o- e nl io en n 'foe Sgusaag eilexx 5c1Q0OX6',og C36 fafulty, gnge:Rg?n"in'ffl?411 'Mg gxsggntis 'Qbyfeggajfreg gh ', 1 '93 - he wig , , - s, In q o aaizcewieasiiffgfas ivggfxesxra- ggqggliilgilecififedggoftiiii? 113152355-'ggi V! fs 'herij ig 51' '90 io, 'NWS get xni mny -ii-tlgjacuitfexg .Paper-. I, f 0 ' ents! weavcwa 2 - 8 mer- A X Y ,7 ' ggi . I - . f - ui , '- H P so Fitz CaudIeT 1 6, Bf0u Re3if5,aE?5. I ' I' 17 D f Y ljijygf. of Junior-aged Pfesident u:'E1Eg1f,2cQ2XEi'cf e::,5maxn. i the Brought . A Ig 7 gb. I C 1 1, ' SHOW Pre S' Talent ww mc biiftiianfoiisacherc ' 3 JUN..- ' Jnted presefzily Hiya thfsommfnte '5 xg N ' B omg'ilpfffaQh1g fgslt ' 111131. Bt h 9 1-Oban i ' as l 01-U11 . 11, oe .1 ggggigkaf-23125 br V B u hton 'Hi Y entertained iw, 0 Id jig-,acid Eid ' . , engfli,-,eggbgqs ax 3 dinner at the '5 Su 'da Ros 1693.5 Sgt 01:4 I Thursday 'nighgl fl Pc f . ' " 0 XX Msn, Uffjfe , -Rec I1 10,00 Q-,gill 4 A to ogn, ' Ay E g I rZgc'ZEq52gr, - ' werfzg sign is 9 9 U- . at 6 If 01- . Ely ,gf-zpzgze N I 0 ek' The Three"Qi1eens ang! a Jack, 1Bp0uQ2e Vfvwefflritedeil this h U . at . , Broughton quartet, will be the al. to Cto be . en W '58 e fi nl!! 1011 th C' 'g 'b Q, Gf gel H 1 I'-Y hill 101' 9 Le-:ned Ve Sghnesfl If e E sltffgtsesdggf ang wiiivsggear Zxnqtaiie by th'5yd1'eSp asf We Da-'lcd the st. Wh ' 11' ' ' . o . e 5581-E?" Ayaife gs ?S1f':20z- 172 W program. The Thfee Queens are ghagfgel- 2?-e'Us1bIeek' fly, heldefle Bel?-1 5711611 fin -21-gnd fe-Ps foci ' Frances Helms. Emma Gupion, and Elng-Ie E1-S 0 St Whichf01- t e Stud A ghjtgangmy v14,UMa'j?rf,5e0uf jurfdaify Q Doris Iiarrisg me Jack, John crab- Hen v'ign,'H.4rng?5,,ts Washe su ents ext og J' F-Ons 011 'Cav-Hier' 0 'ME' ella '31'01d 'S We, afteccfsf Ep- .VB Sfno S itz ' AJ Il4'CI11ge S N e VHS, LJ lhjt e Gnd , Hi Do '-Va glepnow eoauelf 1,-'Ito SQ 17 0-Yd bf Doladeq' tyyes ctornti OD IG dle ea sh. - . '---- .A ' in Po 'V' EL, JeanBa,t oagfroddld Zgfge' .s-iffy, ArmlS'flCe Da ffQv.,u,g.,, " Mthx '4y"'11'1 U"1Z?BapT0?fed ni faniasfff D00'l9d To F Y ,Program EX' 1955 Tiff Sh my e1.,j Crab sth tjst Use!! e S in A ga ure B lozrgige wass h ow Urge Jed Chad ogleafif This week tOn hw rough' fb? pfia gd., difld Tp 5-an the rch th -i ed the f H218 senior ' ,Q S' Ifzeinsucfinfstamhls 04-teh aacks gin d . B e 'Lin Ollowm , Classfergei.. B ,lg ,IQU oe , Db an C1 S35 fa T ev let- Qbel-ge ' S .Officer 2 C15 Y PEGGY ws an Ss Wa 611, 47 an hub e he Lgggfl, Egb1Sa2i151c5,gfgjfggRf.: ZINSSQQ' i -DAv1S, Jongggsgoihgifigagggggggfrgguggf Tod "' Bell, treaggsf I secretgryig' E1- Cahlyffthfowgy Qesjhggalfg gi,fOi5InWi11 ley sergea,ffQf:'fnQlSDougias 25221: Qnbalgisf, gijifff-gsjgui, phyggvhg Of .iyhdfiubt b g' 4 ahgnlziblltin p ,, e . . , , J .,o tthlgligsgljflralinig dviy-BgggIg1?tjnp3infu1 . - Cgsegf or - G. ish hi Fu Sen- lf 1 15 L S Ch th 101. . Worko-man Fe Sf 917001 15 no e fig' e e Hts ,fling 3139139 S thx' W co ld - . . d guathlerough In. . s pe F Sh All s i 1'V1sing1iZi- X ' . ' V BfOllQY1T.OY1 Cap Center is Onw Local Boy A f fig B - i Picked to Piayon North qugal 3,l T16 S Carolina Ciuh da will Zami By JANE romfran y Nighte Giveader B The Amovie 'Guh - , 31' an T 30. Xgf ring Cary Gfant, Vggofiabgsbar- S Q ll63, Twxce Rn Fwst Emil and Douglas Fairbanks ani?-' p.. W Lgqaig SGOYB i x be shown in cha, 1 ' - 17, 'airs M, . January 21 P9 Friday, ,Q ,., -Hon Y if Three Nimuies 0 6 ' " Gucc "sues 3 . ,sooo men gm U- fur. wow 23, 3 N , Q lx , The fall Seme Obs phof' fc' f' H 'lxts Lnlflp Ste i P., -.1 1' Grids Jan 'Pvh 01- espn., 1' 5 . 1 nary wr, the V-'ffm Depp xx, 'SWS -' hflto '11 ind 21, Repo 2 WS W'11 - 4. 1 be xssned January D cs- 71-5 lxk ow W1 Q ? . wkxfpcailzenffhxp GQ NPN' .4 0 LJ 'IJ SN gmei' ,ff mei- ijgiffaieg the I US. 'THB GW inuvsw ,mn fegiffreboyifafoiadefs Pm, 55936 W-'MANS . S'11o,nf-21-bf and relgra gfllb O- 0 E Q Dgnmoi' fi-tude 173 fro den 58611 QUAD f A 1. f O A V af W T Roo 6 of 'fefw f - 017 ' fo by 'Jef H , ' ,fi fo o GH fwfs fo ea ay. f Q 1. .D enaed 1 7' S 1,112 , -50 'Ueetf Cf H Q X 93.1 ingxfffgs' j ON 0012331 Ziff In ,Y I W aggxgpel. QQOERQQ, C O UIN Ctfng' , 1 V with 3 eggbefi- Lego!! NYADOOZ Pi ' N v ' ,yew in 6aW51 agcieu' 30931 , P 7. ' K9 'woe ' 6 ei . a 'N ' A . . " 0 5 K2 vgixigagxfxggugge ting? Pteseme - gnawfx 15 usda' K0 WKGQQI f fy ieeoa-Y mms? aggfxfg, Sgioifexeyxevgaq wen e ' 10... . Y Q, , We ' . X - W xgxebyuaii Betusgyxiglanga Xaiesssnoodcigikizie i ,-4 , ' n , a Q, 53 H 9:0 qe j - gre x , X VZO'-WK R-Jef-N1 ine? yogi: aging aaa - 06.9 ie iw ' ., wff ezfw aw ew iw heme G ,, O-En 3 W ' T. Oi N f ,fave vf'Qffg'g:S3f6'500 lr" V 3 " 10, Crass 603325 Pag IW xW" ' bqoqaflboqscfsgsfg ogg thiemgeieciiora Of fgggmg Sciieduli. ,Q 6 3 8 'T 'saizvfzaaae .9 .eeasxiii e 17: 0011901 -'QL eo, X I , . fare . VN -anis G s Rove O UQ? :We '26eQJ? BR s H' 65 QQ 1 cores lt J? 430 'Y i ' a ' At School Q. r K . fq 7 'Q' fm! War K E .9 1 x ' 0 01' I. V c, nsi C11 1 iff C 0LE'WY0f'fgeS H s i' me new Bfziihllifbsedr 0 '!, O aflba al M ave E 1 V wan VOWQAIQQ weell- 'CO Is' fb 5 0 for igevp 178011 f si.x1dentS 0 Y 0 V1 ,f 0 4 45 44 f f o 3, Certain 'privileges have 1 0 ll, Q .L f -I , e granted to the upperclassmen f f f- S 1 2 f Q the Hrst time this ar Th 1 of '7 U6 ,h ,fk ' "senior privileges" Zgquestedeby fi S S 0 ff vw 0 1x30 i Salam by - u are: t' - frog mid-terine::?an1a'?s,?g2o3fdgg 'Z faq QDKPNNUXO Tougwc have an average of atleast .1 the -particular subject: . ani- Q C3- Q o B f ,. fu F, X 'KJ week to 'be held at the end of, .Q--i,. I K. -fry Z 4 semester, and all 'exams' on l -Y. f 9 6 K subject toy be given' on desigj ' O y f 0 . ' -daysg and that seniors' be .all 5 O 5' Q to assemble in tlwgymhbefore q lf. , Q GQ f 4 - A and march in after-the under I O X, . men are . BUY MANY BU S W i N X 'Q if Hfrf 57' X9 . 0,1 ll tudent o fa - 001 of , v0 X0 warg Purchase 37.000 in -ie five ,"'Hfne5"0vgf, WY60' Onds In Third W -Y' xvr y-9 Sy ion . 'ofa Q54 Loan Ca - ar l. Reap per. N n, mpalgfl 0 04,5 'O -- . . . O -. , ,.- A K OW a 2? jy The Junior class has announced Ki Qin'-5 0900 plans for the annual Junior-Senior '39 55 GQJA5' prom to be held March 31. Bea- ' , Q9 23 2 4-A' .45 0.9, 0 mon White and Suzanne Stokes are 5 1 0',itfq,,,f' 0,119 UQ. chairmen of the dance committee. 6705 ,fab ,va O 6.9 i'Ifo4b!Qv Janie Lee' Parker is in charge of A 156, 235535, '00 'ago -5 083949, GX financesg Jean Gaddy, invitationsg , I .5-045' 05 ,of ming, 4.96 50? Bobby Montgomery, music: Pat C -59 lb,5,0lp0c'!,Q' QF' we , Q., Eckert and Doris Harreu, the fig- f'0WningN 02,0 C. 16 Q , gge. Jjjfggidfb I ureg Sarah Denny and Jack An- as 4 of Betsy B XXGO' do as "' ,iz 'fs' QL Oby drews, decorationsg and Jane Point- Queen of - Uchgna YJ, 1353-95. o gg . be -9,rZ1.o! er, publicity. Marguerrite George Feat Hearts, n ,-.911-Q,'?J6jQ,g. 53- O QE 3336666 is junior class adviser. By J eek ls giaggof-Pjvi-1012 ' OSEP '- . fy 11 0 '- 686' HLNE SN be ,V 94 ' OW S 'T U' ' Htrmk, for Friday? gil! schwwed S Wlarch 15 Sing a Sllllg all Sealers Sing a song of seniors, Five moons at Broughton Highg These arc things reinenibered As Time Goes By Popsiele wrappers . . . Gregson walking down the aisles . . . our ninth grade barn dance . . . "as you might say" . . . Stone's pep talks . . . XVilloughby Newton . . . Paul A .... Cornzapoppin . . . "Give hini a zeceero" . ICnloc's women . . . Smoky I-Iollow .... lohn A. House's derby . . . our songbirds-.lolin and Phyllis . . . bond auction . . . collecting bugs . . . Mrs. Sandling's giggles . . . debates in chapel . . . XVild Bill . . . our soph V dance . . . "thuli-fore' . . . Miss Griliin's shoes . . . looking up to seniors . . . cutting earthworins . . . Glee Club prestige . . . Buster . . . our two Queens of Hearts . . . Floyd Drew's blond hair . . . Miss Beatty's eye . . . how big we thought we were in the eighth grade . . . writing in Latin books . . . David Cozart's big feet . . . "I trustl' . . . Ginny's piano playing . . . senior privileges fha, hallj . . . locking Mr. Justice in . . Miss Strother's joke . . . BLAM! . . , Pat's . . . after-lunch bull sessions in the parking lot . . . Mrs. Joyner's plays . . . "young man" . . . Red Youngsteadt's zoot coat . . . Ka-le-e-e-c-e . . . being seared of Miss Cannon . . . Dan's jokes . . , "Various and sundry things" . . . Falkenstein-Crowell duets . . . Mrs. Glenn's conferences . . . "Doc" VVor1ey's nurses . . Newconu-r's tall stories . . . doncha know? . . . All States, Benson and Martin . . Margaret Morley's hair . . . Bynunfs rangers . . . Carson and 'his camera . . . Mars Hill . . . Gladys Chambers' acting . . . how rnueh Betsy talks about Robert . . . the Mills brothers . . . Lib l5ell's Inen . . . Bctsyis spar-kler , . , "Teddy" Baer , . . Pinky's dimples . . . decorating for the Junior-Senior . . . Hugh and Betty Ann's love seene in 'tLetters" . . . what a good eoaeh Stone is . . . Bullethead and Hanibone . . . what a fine council pres. we had . . . yea-hey, yo-ho . . . the smells in the chemistry lab . . . Snooky . . . Miss Smith's getting married . . "that's 'im-pawtint', . , "Hands" Bryant . . . Newton R0lJlDSOI1lS bashfulness-Peggy's Pep . . . long lilies in the cafeteria . . . "Smilin' Thru" . . . Pearl Harbor . . . XVPTRE SENIORSH bmi we 196 Q' Q v QJUJM g G, Y QFSG r-'bh A 5' N. -Y Q x F I .A f . Qverylwd is going Pepgt u wx 4' 44. Y , aug, Pepsi-Cola Cgmpany, KLogzg-lsQand City, N. Y., Franchise Bottlers : Durham Pepsi-Cola Bottling Co. 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J E '. , ' ' '3.-.'.4.4.-.-,.,0,quf4.gN4u44,44fw,,Nf45555,,f9f5f,,f,f,f:- . .'-', Im.-1:--I:---11:::, -,4. :gy:,:,.,,:.:.,,, ,- Iv--'--I-".'.2:2'-:2: -:4:-- '-:-:3:::1:1:3:::,'1r'-- -f JOH N NORWOOD, Distributor KimbreII's, Inc. Formerly COOIIIULN.-SIIl.Il'lI, Furnrture C0 Specialists in HOME FURNISHINGS I24 East Martin Street sMI tIlI Illllfy I lllllt Clerk: Ye , a'a.m, IIS mo: WI in In Lib Bell: fine, ' 'use wo. 'our work. Mrs. Joyner: Can you tell me what rr waffie is? Bobby N.: Sure, it's a pancake with a non-skid tread. Compliments of AROLINA LEANERS 116 Ha1'1'iso11 Avenue DIAL 8871 CONGRATULATIONS AND BEST WISHES TO THE STUDENTS, FACULTY, AND FRIENDS OF RALEIGH'S HIGH SCHOOLS HUDSON-BELK CO. "Hardware in Raleigh DR. Since 1865" OPTOMETRIST 1- Better Glasses : Better Fitted Thomas H. Briggs 5' Son 137f.jjffjQfgfIfb1QfYCfmf' JAMES E. Bmccs EVIERETT E. BRIGGS 11,1-Ls, '20 R,H,S, '12 31 Yeors Successful Experience Property Owner: Don't you see that sign marked "Private KEEP OFFU? Charley W.: But I never reud anything that's marked "Private," George C.: Tlmt pliotogrraplier dicIn't give me justice by my picture. Iianks B.: You don't need justiccg you need mercy. BYNUM PRINTING COMPANY "BETTER PRINTING" RALEIGH, NORTH CAROLINA BRANTLEY cf soN, Inc. Druggists Masonic Temple, Raleigh, N. C PHONES 8834 and 8835 ADAMS-TERRY REALTY CO. ZIO South Salisbury Street Jesse W.: Where are we going to eat? Laird H.: Let's eat up the street. Jesse NV.: Naw, I don't like asphalt. Baby Corn: Vllhorc did I come from Mama? Mamma, Corn: Hush, darling, thc stalk hrought you. Everything for the Mill GENERAL REPAIRING In Our Modern Shop MACHINERY . MILL SUPPLIES DILLO SUPPLY C . from. RALEIGH DURHAM ROCKY MOUNT GOLDSBORO I Home Furnishings The 5h.0P Thflf EVCYY Girl Knows at - '-,nulullg.'.' l37 South Wilmington Street : ll Q Raleigh, North Carolina F, ".ii' L-'I' .67 'Q I uv" "llllNul1l"' Hayes Barton Grocerteria EVi1lx:x9N2hfI .wfggyjffs Home-Owned Sf0l'e Sensible Prices Corner Eng ggigin Roads Coats - Dresses - Hats CARL THORNE, Market Manager Sweaters I Sklrts - Jackets HAROLD BARBEE, Grocery Manager RALEIGH'S SMARTEST SHOP Your Business is Appreciated 126 Fayetteville Street Arthur L.: That moans fight where I come Bunky P ' XVCH l .. ' , w my don't you fight, then? Arthur L.: This :1in't where I come from. Harrie: I always drink milk because my doctor Carrie: Fm afraid it's going to your head. says milk is a great bone builder. DIAMONDS WATCHES JOLLYIS l88l - 1944 RALEIGH, N. c. Leading Jewelers and Silversmiths Cnmef Wilmington and Excllf'-nge 5 128 Fayetteville Street Specializing in Raleigh, N. C. MEN'S and BOYS' SILVERWARE GIFTS READY-T0-WEAR Prices to Suit the Pocketbook HEREE-JO ES O PANY Manufacturers of SCHOOL and COLLEGE JEWELRY PAT MORGAN SENIOR CLASS MASCOT MORGAN'S BARBER SHOP Flat lron Bldg. Five Points Powell and Griffis 1100 Clem 0 rl 2414 Hillsbor 756 . 7562 2-2847 Quality Meats and Groceries WE DELIVER SIDNEY S. CAMPEN, Representative ' 1 v 0 Rebecca J.: Xllhen I stand on my head the blood rushes to it. Why doesn't it rush to mv f t ? ee now Peggy S.: Your feet aren't empty. 1 1 . . Robert C.: lhc capital ol Ireland sho ll he the hlggest III the world. Roy C.: Why's that?- lli Robert C.: Ilcr capltul has been Dublin for yea ' Outfitters for EQUIPMENT CO. an f Swim OFFICERS . llayfh I ' BYUSZFOIIHVY t OUTFITTERS FOR Service : Satisfaction By Appointment CIVILIANS OF RALEIGH i' HUNEYCUTT, ln l9l4 Hillsboro Street C. Motors - Generators of Every Type SOLD - SERVICED RENTED - EXCHANGED Office 2526 HILLSBORO Opposite Store College Dial 2-2039 HUDSON SEA FOOD COMPANY ALL KINDS OF SEA FOODS and IOOWQ MILK-FED POULTRY Dressing and Delivery Service PHONE 5846 315-l7-I9 BLAKE STREET HHIT THE SILK77 FOR BOYLAN-PEARCE Kindergarten Teacher- Now Johnnv what do zebras have that no other ammals have John I-1.1 Little zebrai. , ' ' 14MEPfe,4 W079 :WP5 WITHOUT fear or favor, members of any sound religious faith worship openly in America. Because religion is important to so many of us, we and our forefathers fought and worked to keep our government free. Government for the people, which permitted us to worship in our faith, gave us courage to build great churches, thriving businesses, dynamic indus- tries, diversified agriculture . . . a land of endless opportunities. So long as no one man nor one group of men attempt to tell us how we shall worship, America can remain free and her people may continue to provide the strength and initiative to keep her great. CAROLINA POWER 6' LIGHT COMPANY Barber: How do you want your hair cut? George A.: Oii. Everything for Everybody Compliments from at the Raleigh Loan Office Oddlty Beauty Shop "Look for the Urange Color i5 W. Horgett Street Frontv SAINT MARY'S SCHOOL AND JUNIOR COLLEGE Mrs. Ernest Cruikshanlc, AM., President Raleigh, North Carolina High School graduates are offered two years ot Grade A College work. The Curriculum also includes lOth, llth, and l2th grades of High School work. All Academic Courses fully accredited by the Southern Association. Excellent Courses in Art, Business, Expression, Home Economics and Music Departments with Tuition included in General Charge. Twenty-Acre Campus - Field Sports - Gymnasium - Tennis lndoor Tiled Swimming Pool - Horseback Riding - Golf ANNUAL SESSIONS - MID-SEPTEMBER TO JUNE Write E. F. Stoughton, Business Manager, for Catalogue and View Book The Fastest Growing W'oman,s Shop in Eastern Carolina Visit this New, Modern and Spacious Store and Learn THE DIFFERENCE iMOTHER .H 'E .iDAUGHTE qi ' T' s uns" St. Peter: How did you get hcrc? New Arrival: Flu. Cl dys Clmznbersz Dicl you think "Letters to I,uccrne', had an happy ending? sy Emory: Yeah, everybody was glad it was over. Smart Styles for the Young Set . . COATS. . .SUITS DRESSES EVENING CLOTHES ACCESSORIES PLAY CLOTHES...BEACH TOCS SHOP AT THIS GOOD STORE FOR ALL YOUR NEEDS . TA Y L 0 R 9 S The Showplace of the Carolinas 'VI S. Joyner: Have you ever had any st ge experi Ni vton Robison: YVel1, I had my leg in an east once. Alex Veazcy: Your Honor, I admit I may have been driving a bit fast, hut I would like to point out that I am a Senior at Needham Iiroughton High School and . . . Judge: Mr. Vcuzey, ignorance is no excuse!! The Paris and New York of Visit the Raleigh Shgp at Zelials Inc The Best in Foods for l08 S. Wilmington Street The Clothes of o Stylish Woman Raleigh, N. C. Congratulations! ' from Mitchell Funeral Home RALEIGH AUTO Compliments of SUPPLY 00- PERSON STREET 410 S. Sulislaury Sl. Dial 4679 "Headquarters for Auto Accessoriesl' Soda Fountain PHll-C0 RADIOS Sandwiches of all Kinds Radios Repoired Reasonably 510 North person Street' A rather pc-dantic student was asked to give his definition of a woman. He cleared his throat and began, slowly: "A woman is, generally speaking . . ." "Stop right there!" cut in Mr. Baker. "You'vc said it.'Y Miss Penny: Bill Self, are you the teacher of this class? Bill S.: No, fllilxlll. Miss Penny: Then cl0n't talk like an idiot. WILSON UZZLE Inc. Oldsmobile - Cadillac - LaSalle Sales and Service 421 FAYETTEVILLE STREET PHONE 4474 RALEIGH, N. C. Compliments THE NEWEST IN of SPORTSWEAR FOR THE YOUNG MAN ine 'J I V 1 I I JlEN'S SHOP X L, L: X SHOES . , DRESSES CLOTHING 5 H o R R ' 5 Family Outfitters tc I I t , Q 229-3l S. Wilmington Street Raleigh, N. C. EMBASSY CLUB Mrs. Joyner: Billy, give me three collective' nouns, Billy Smithdeal: Flypapcr, waste basket, and vacuum cleaner Dr. Bell: VVell, son, how are your hands? Vic: They're underwater. Dr. B.: lVI1z1t do you mean? Vic: TI1ey'rc below "CR level. Job P.Wyatt6' Sons Co. Hardware Paints Seeds Farm Implements if Raleigh, North Carolina . 1881 1944 Gas : Oil : Washing : Greosing Exide Batteries : Vulcanizing TIRE SALES AND SERVICE CO., INC. PHONE 7571 GOODYEAR TIRES oNE s1'oP suPER sERvlcE sTATloN Hillsboro and Harrington Raleigh, North Carolina ED- EVANS MARTINQS, INC. Reprgsentmg 305 Fayetteville Street BRUWN 8: BIGELOW CALENDARS : LEATHER NOVELTIES : GREETINGS and PLAYING CARDS far P. O. Box 1692 Raleigh, N. C. M611 and Youllg Men Mrs. De Sola: John, where did you learn to sing? Jolm Crabtree: I gmclimtecl from the correspondence school ot' music. Mrs. Dc Solar: You must have missed getting ai lot of your mail. Miss Kooncc: Andrew, you can't sleep in my class. Andrew NV.: If you flidn't talk so loud I could. Compliments S. M. YOUNG lVoolsey's Quality PAINTS T. W. W00d's Tested Seeds ll A R ll W A R E 206 E. Martin Street Raleigh, N. C. University Studio Sends Best Wishes to Faculty and Students Of Raleigh High School We Would Welcome a Visit from You. DIAL 4l53 l23 E. Hargett Street STORR ENGRAVING COMPANY Ojlice Equipment and Supplies Raleigh, North Carolina When You Want the Very Best Goods at the Lowest Possible Price COME TO OUR STORE Satisfaction Guaranteed G. 8: S. DEPT. STORE 18 E. Hargett Street 208-210 S. Wilmington Street 5f"f'-S '3f""'S N EWB E RN E'S GARAGE Gifts INC' Lzizigggligcs Distributors "Willys America r" Property Alfmagemenr Phone 4654 Raleigh, N. C. He: Pardon ine, but you look like Helen Green! She: So what? I look worse in pink. Miss Lewis: VVil1iam, why are you late? NVilliam H.: Class started before I got here. IVIEREDITH COLLEGE liberal arts college for women 1. Southern Association of Colleges and Secondary Schools 119213. 2. American Association of University Women Q1923l. I 3. Association of American Universities I1928l. P R O G R E S S I V E educational program in terms of per- sonality development Distinguislled record of student honors and achievement. Effective honor system. Excellent library facilities. Special advantages in art, music, business, home economics. Provision for supervised teaching in Raleigh schools. A T T R A C T I V E location in Raleigh, 'cthe educational center of the Staten Beautiful campus of 110 acres. Modern fireproof dormitories, with generous provision for social activities. R E A S O N A B L E rates - 34190 for the year. Write for Catalogue and Other Information CARLYLE CAMPBELL, President RALEIGH, NORTH CAROLINA Compliments of Hotel Carolina D. C. MAY PAINTING and WALLPAPERING CONTRACTORS Distributors for KYANIZE PAINTS and SOUTHERN WALLPAPER 505 Hillsboro' Street c MctnMur-i" .. f- iBowImg Center READY-To-WEAR 'HC- MILLINERY "Let's go to ManMur" 105 W. Hargctt Street RALEIGH, N. C. AIR CONDITION 2512 Hillsboro Street RALEIGH, N. C. Love is like an onion You taste it with delight And when itls gone you wonder VVliat ever made you bite. Here lies my wife Here let her lie Now sl1e's at rest And so am I. 5 '94 Q9 K2- 45 00 52 4 QS wks 'fe OCCI DENTAL LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY Home Office: Raleigh, N. C. We Sell PERFECT PROTECTION eg? Complete life and health " A, 29 coverage in one policy, for M 19' both men and working women 1401 Ins. Bldg. Phone 44-33 See Ira W. Day . v for that DE,,ARl-im-,:,v-Msrone i Security Registered POIICY We Appreciate Your i' Patronage 408-l0 Security Bank Bldg. i' Raleigh, N. C. if Phone 2-2586 208 Fayetteville Street Raleigh, North Carolina SOUTHERN AUCTIIIN FURNITURE C0. Home of Fine Furniture Half Block from State Capitol BUDGET PLAN Dial 2-3252 C om plimenls 0 f ,- OF RALEIGH 118 Fayetteville Street DIAL 4635 FLEAS flmclievvd to be w0rlcl's shortest poeml Adam HZld7CID PEERLESS ZONE 1 ZONE 2 West of East of Fayetteville-Halifax Fayetteville-Halifax St ls Streets ree s Pick-up Tuesday Pick-up Wednesday Deliver Friday Delivery Saturday Inc. Master Cleaners 6' Dyers 516-518 Fayetteville Street Capital City Laundry IISM3 YV. Martin Street DIAL 8873 Reasonable Rates Prompt Service SUPER SERVICE GARAGE We Specialize in Fine Automobile and Truck Repairing WASHING : GREASING : STORAGE : ACCESSORIES 415 South Blount Street DIAL 2-0561 MY SHOP If it's a Dress Suit, 7 or Coat! If it's Il Sweater, Skirt, or Jerkin! W A R L I C K 7 S IN INSURANCE BUILDING A Complete Fountain Service DIAL 3-3661 Fresh Sand wiches, Cigars, Cigareltes, N ewspapers, Magazines 334' Fayetteville Street If it's Hose, Bags, or Lingerie! WE HAVE IT! "Make My Shop Your Shopv Phone 8338 Hours 8:30 to 6 STATE FINANCE C0. Loans H. R. POWELL, Manager 209 Odd Fellows Building RALEIGH, N. C. Harold Sriuls: VVlmt did you do with my shirt? Johnny Sykes: Sent it to the IZIIIIIKITY. Harald: Ye gods, the whole history ol' America was on the cult. Doris Harrell fatter listening to John cronnj John C: Down 'to where it says "Refrain." Doris H: VVQII? John, how much have you sung? l Consider this: S0 per cent of your motions are controlled by your eyes. Faulty vision inevitably slows you down and causes butteriiuger actions. If you, like most of us, are eu- gaged in some sort of war work- devoted to speed and precision- faults of vision just ea11't be toler- ated. Find out about your eyesight, if not for your own sake then for the sake of your country at war. Phone 2-2314 Complete Eyeglass Service TH E D 124 S. Salisbury St. Raleigh, N. C. is NOT faster than Hidgewagzg, OPTICIANS Compliments from Motor Bearings 6' Parts Company Exclusively Wholesale M' ,Pl T mfr - me a'..i,fN'p5 McLeod C1 Watson Window Glass Auto Plates The Home of Ralelgh GIGSS 5' Mlrror HART' SCHAFFNER e MARX CLOTHES 414 S. Salisbury St. Raleigh, N. C. STETSON, SCHOBLE HATS MANHATTAN, WILSON BROTHERQ Mas. C. L. HICBEE Pnomz 8732 and ARROW FURNISHINGS Raleigh, North Carolina George A. fin public speakingrjz' NVhcn I get to this point in a problem, I ask myselt sonic questions. George C: If you do, you must get some stupid answers. Marjorie C: You know if you xx ere my husband, I'd give you poison Sammy M: Yeah, and if you were my wife, Fd take it. R A D I 0 S E R V I C E We Sell, Service and Install That Satisfies Sales-Service on All Makes PHONE 3-3721 Expert Repairs - Reasonable Rates MO0DY'S MANY REPAIR RADIO SERVICE TO ANY CAR" Dial 8379 First Try AUTO SERVICE M C l. 2 l l Cl I1 I S 24-Hour Service GMC TRUCKS for Your Needs Person and Davie Streets Compliments of C0mP"me"t5 Geo. T. Rogers, Gen. Agt. of Complete Insurance Service A Friend Phone 2501 APEX, N. C. Compliments from 'fYOUR JEWELER" BOWMAN'S Betty Bryant: George, wlmt's tlmt? George H: 'l'llilt'S El locomotive boiler. Betty B: NVhy do they boil locomotives? George H. fdisgustedlyj: To make the locomotive tender. LN Bill R: NVhat would you do if you were in my shoes? as M heAMCl d Rex B.: Id get a shine. PE CE COLLEGE ,Z,,M9fuf'4a-uf aw ,Libr-vu FOR THE EDUCATION AND CULTURE OF YOUNG WOMEN '-40' I. JUNIOR COLLEGE WORK a. Two-year Standard College Courses which permit entrance to APO LP'-aL Junior Class in all our leading colleges and universities. s 2 b. Two-year General College Course. W Qjw c. Two-year Courses with I-Io-me Economics Electives. 'ju' II. COMMERCIAL AND SECRETARIAL COURSES 0' ed! ' a. One-year Commercial Course-Gregg System. an-JQ 1 b. Two-year Commercial Course-Gregg System. LVUUMAJ y III. SPECIAL INDIVIDUAL COURSES IN ART, EXPRESSION, !M9I4f-Av1f"ww1,C,4, PIANO, VOICE AND VIOLIN SA' 1 l ,g An invitation is extended to all Morson and Broughton girl ! graduates to investigate Peace before making plans to attend U College. We have adequate facilities for their comfort at Peace and daur large number of Raleigh girls in attendance from year to year IS a source of pride to us. . awww, ima MIM For Literature Address J,e4LeAMJ ewadww-dfi w QAM, wwhg - LLJXX Quan I WILLIAM C. PRESSLY, President PEACE COLLEGE RALEIGH, NORTH CAROLINA f . Mrs. Freeman: YVhere is the ear? Mr. Freeman: VVhy, did I take the car out? Mrs. Freeman: You most certainly did. You drove it to town. Mr. Freeman: How oddg I remember now that after I got out, I turned around to thank the gentleman for the lift and wondered where he had gone. Qjyllbwkgvarw. ,K J gb A gg A ' "l"iyfA H f I 'fi QW we U., 41, dB4nAfLMb r JU CMJMI G J g If 'jljwfui --.1.. I jk-uw1.9.'gA,.ff Bill Smith Cupplying for u jolmjz Yes sir, I can do anything. The Boss: Do you know how to make 11 Venetian blind? Bill Smith: XVhy sure, I'd poke at linger in his eye. Pointer Cigar Co. FLOWE RS Wholesale and Retail for All 0ccasions Cigars DIAL 7438 Pipes The Very Best in Candies Flowers are at m Cl1GWlrlgGU The Best of Everything F L 0 R I S T 307 W. Martin St. Phone 5233 921 E- Lane Street MARTIN MILLWORK CO. ali' It9s Woodwork, We Can Do IW l 200 Harrison Avenue DIAL 4024 WOOtDWO'RK OF ALL KINDS Compliments of W A T K I N S TIRE AND BATTERY CO. Save the Difference if Fisk Tires 217 South Wilmington Street Willard Batteries Peggy D., after taking Il lllll'I'lCll look at herself in thc mirror, uclclresscd her im: e such: Clothes, I :lm going to towng if you want to come along, just hang on. Culvinc P.: Conductor, docs this train stop at Grand Central Station? Conductor: Lady, it'll be one hung of an crash if it ducsnyt. Quick Service D HARVEY FOOD STORE Quality Meats - Produce - Fancy Groceries DIAL 3-l67l ll00 HARP STREET Four Floors of Furniture Values A USUAL CREDIT At the Corner of Wilmington and Martin Streets The Corner of Convenient Shopping Use Either of Our Two Entrances The Main Store at 301 South Wilmington Street Or Annex at l06 East Martin Street MODERN SHOE REBUILDERS i5 South Wilmington Street Invisible Soling 0ur Specialty Dial 2-2282 Miss Kooncc: XVhut happens if a body is immersed in water? B. J.: The telephone rings. I V. ,ggfmg 4,8252 4w..,,Q ,,,.,..gf,,,,,,,9f M,lL,M?J JVPQ, fzP c X cpm .lu Ann N.: My unvlv has put luis of uwn hchind bars. Peggy S.: NVhal is hu, si clctuctivv? V ja Ju Ann N.: Naw, hc runs a school tm' lmrtcullcrs. ff' av W. H. Kin Drug Compan 6GThe House of Friendly and Dependable Servieev Manufacturers of 'A' 4 HOLESALE DR GGISTS 'Ir RALEIGH, NORTH CAROLINA Chief P.0.: Seaman McDonald, what would you do if you saw a battleship come over the parade ground? Billy Mac: I'd fire away with 15-inch guns, sir. Chief: And whore would you gel' the 15-inch guns? Mac: Same place you gut thc hattlcsllip, sir. 534,41 7?Vi,!T":'44'Z0V'!a-w.4f,i7arf5fu 'ic"L0'12ff5Q.v1,Z.y. Miss Kooncc: Jov, how :irc mon occ rocu 0 ? 1 'L ld Joc Norwood: Tlwy get zunps in their pants. HOWARD HOUSE A Good Place To Eat OPEN 24 HOURS Next to Union Bus Terminal Phone 3-2229 Buy Your Next Shoes Ol' Sample Shoe Store The Best Money Can Buy 218 Wilmington St. Raleigl' Say C I T Y D R U G amby s T o R E Just Across the to Your Grocer Grove if -A' ROgg,l3u?:'gLNG PHONE 2-2841 RALEIGH, N. C. Corner Blount and Martin NATIONAL PURE FOOD BLOUNT STREET MARKET, INC. Complete Line QUALITY MEATS FANCY GROCERIES : PRODUCE Prompt Delivery Dials 4186 : 2-1174 208 E. Martin St. Raleigh, N. C. SERVICE STATIQIN Corner Blount E1 Morgan PHONE 9261 G. W. BARROW, Prop. Newton R.: Xvllilt klliil ot dress did Jenn wcur Hugh S.: I don't knowg I think it was checked. to the 1 Ls Newton R.: Boy, that must have been some party Mr. Baker: Willett lmppeus if an pilot hails out illlll his 'eliute cloesn't open? "Tootsie" Holden: That is known us jumping to a conclusion. Flowers By F allon's Are Distinctive J. J. FALLON CO., INC. "We Grow the Flowers We Sell ll Compliments of TH E EX-LOG CABIN All Kinds of Sandwiches : Drinks Chicken : Steak Chinese and American Food at CANTON CAFE Air Conditioned 408 Hillsboro Street lIOLLANIl'S BARBER Sll0P Courtesy and Service WE APPRECIATE YOUR PATRONAGE phone 9224 Raleigh, N. C. Martin and Salisbury Streets YELVERTON'S SERVICE PHONE 7743 HEILEG Cr MEYERS I04 S' Dawson Sffeef Fine Furniture Funeral Directors and A . I37 South Wilmington Street mbulance Service H. Paul Yelverton, Owner Rdeigh' N' C' CAROLINA RIM and WHEEL COMPANY WANT MORE MILES PER GALLON? See Our Carburetor Man 32I-325 SOUTH BLOUNT STREET RALEIGH, N. C. A sensible girl is not so sensible as she looks because 'L sensible girl has more sense than to look sensible. Curtis F. Caller u senior class mem-tingj: Henry, you certainly have lots of patience. Henry L.: I guess I get it from my popg hc's :1 dentist. Brown'sgFuneral Home SPRINGBRO0K Service Since 1836 D A I R Y F A R M Ambulance Service 'A' DIAL 8836 Grade A Raw Milk R. w. WYNNE, JR., Mgr. and EGGS SMITH DAIRY . . PRODUCTS COMPANY Wake Billiard L. M. smith Parlor M. S. Snnth L. M. Smith, Jr. il W. Scolt Smith ISO S. Wilmington Street DIAL 2-0351 Raleigh, N. C. Poole Road Congratulations to the SENIOR CLASS by a Friend of Hugh Morson High School SANDERS MOTOR COMPANY BLOUNT AND DAVIE STREETS TELEPHONE 2-0551 Mercury S2525 Lincoln RALEIGH, NORTH CAROLINA They tell ol' zu. conceitcd nurse who, when taking a putient's pulse, always dcducts 10 beats She said this allows for her personality. Cburfuvut 'Aki' eQVmJJ' Lune, QfQ,.U,3.,QQ,. Gv,vLrJXiQiLL,,f' ,bgbyivvx FCLLACJEEXM ,U Y4 - , N ,EEAJ L., kL3u,UV, AC'LQ.le,Qij .LXJe,fJQJ1Jl' Cb,fQ,4,,Q,. D ..5sy1iJ , clue, UQ-4..LJ-D M06 iifQl'i3lli1fff'rl3liy gilllildyil' Slifelfff lil? 12135231 10056. 'Qi-Q03 HM' MUG QQJJS 'QB-KC33 Kilim . -ZLLU NORTH CAROLINA EQUIPMENT CO. AMf.u.O I 'A' I 'amhemo noAD MACHINERY ,AQGU miy CUNSTIHUCTIIIN EQUIPMENT I CUNTRACTURS SUPPLIES Mk ,k Ul MWQCWQ' RALEIGH, N. C. CHARLOTTE, N. C. Qebugmy Pl1one 8336 Phone 44661 'LkJNLJg W AJLUJ., VKJ... . ff-Q E' lfu , , , dw Q ,La-vs-0 The members of the staff w1sl1 to express specml gratitude to i llliss Hazel Griffin, our editorial adviserr, Miss Laura Helen Paschal, our photography adviserg the Terrence Studios of Salis- bury, N. C., and E. Carson Yates of Raleigh, who made possible our pliotogralmliic sectionsg anfl to lllr. John D. lN1ll1tQ1' and lllaj. Oliver Smith of tlle Edwards M Broughton Co., for their i11- valuable aicl. viewer Www mil, QQg.uJfl-Qll' eveeaoedilo qi,.i.,5 wwe CfiJeQQJb.Je.ul3l' Jack S.: Mun, have you got bags under your eyes? 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"And now here on the parade grounds with the shadows falling, and Old Glory whipping in the sky, I remember Dad said, "Son, your mother and I won't stand in your way. If this is what you want to do, do it with all your heart and oul . . . and God be with you." WM K V Why J WMLQHAHLIE NWILFONG. s K ff l21Q,ff 4 if 6-bg X 4W,,i,,p tw.,-gb? dt- X .fbhh-. '71 043 f Can Waefffw-JG hfjgqt ff 0 OL! V 'awe F8-S. ff WE, is gsm ala f . is, 'M- I -, X mi- A, Q is is JY , 1? 'ku H 5 5' A Q 32 N 3 I ,ix g 4 i V if .Xi .6 I X D --+1 ' ' 'A i ,KE S ss? x , tl'-X3 A I 1 F sis ost 5 X33 -iiiliildii "'-I lb 5 Til lj iyglfyy 'il-lllslli N 'ii w 'll "" QQ ssgsx Ei ii BUILDERS D VISIONS created by the imagination precede the achievement of any really great accomplishment. The ability to weave the threads of imagi- nation into the finished fabric is equally important. It has been the privilege of the EDWARDS 81 BROUGHTON COMPANY to co- operate with the staff in creating their vision into material form. 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