Needham Broughton High School - Latipac Yearbook (Raleigh, NC)
- Class of 1946
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GEORGE PRUDEN, BUSINESS MANAGER
EMMA MARTIN, ADVERTISING MANAGER
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MISS LAURA HELEN PASCHAL,
MRS. JUDSON M. KNEECE,
WE PRESENT to you, the Student Body, this the 1946 LATIPAC. The ending
of the War has brought us great relief from anxiety, and so we have tried
to make this year's LATIPAC express the happiness We have felt. The staff
believes that the enjoyment of sports has been an important factor in for-
getting the days of War. With this in mind much emphasis has been placed
on sports-the State Championship in football and our success in basketball,
baseball, and track.
This book tries to record in story and picture, life as We lived in 1945-46.
There are pictures of the teachers who have taught us, of the boys and girls
who have been classmates, of the activities in which students have participated,
of the boys who were outstanding in athletics, of the oflicers who represented
us, and of the superlatives who were selected by the Seniors. We invite you
to turn the pages and relive with us this school year.
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IN LOVING MEMORY of Thomas Willmott Freeman when passed ' '
away December 25, 1945. He was a calm and inspirational leader
ofthe young people who came to him for training and advice. He
served our student body unfailingly and guided many boys into
the right vocations. We shall always love and revere him as our
gentle friend and teacher.
LEE J. STONE
WHO, AS ATHLETIC COACH and boys' physical
A S613 D lx education director of Needham Broughton High
905 Bi B' School has developed to the highest degree those
A fine qualities of sportsmanship which permit us to
',5,2""fi:, , receive the rewards of victory loyalty or to accept
W H 1 tl! defeat generously and gracefully. Under his coach-
ing Broughton has Won two Eastern Conference
championships and one State championship in
ln whose character is reflected the true spirit of
the schoolg a spirit of fight-to-win, combined with
a love of honesty and fairness, which he demon-
strated as Dean of Boys for two years.
Who, as a man about the school is known as
uldoekw and respected by us all. We, the senior
class, offer tribute and dedicate this 1946 LATIPAC.
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Left 10 l'I'giZI', .wr11w!.- Mus. NICCRARY, MAYOR ANDREWS, Mn. SANDERSON. Stand
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MR. H. A. HELMS
MR. H. A. HELMS, A.B., M.A., Principal
MR. IRA L. BAKER, A.B., English,
MRS. V. C. BANKS, A.B., Eighth Grade
MISS JULIA BARRETT, A.B., Eighth Grade
MRS. J. C. BRYAN, A.B., Home Economics
MISS NANCY BURGE, A.B., Librarian
MR. MILIJARD BURT, A.B., Band
MISS MARY B. CANNON, A.B., M.A.,
MISS LESSIE COGDELL, A.B., Gcaznezry
MISS IQATHERINFJ CUOPER, B.S.M., Music
MR. C. A. IDANDELAKE, B.S., Assistant
Principal, Biology, Dean of Hays
MRS. J. E. FLETCHER, A.B., English anfl
MRS. N. G. FONVILLE, A.B., M.A., Social
Smilies, Eighth Grade
MRS. ELLEN R. GLENN, A.B., English
MISS HAZEI. GRIFFIN, A.B., MS., English,
Left to right, standing: Miss Burge. Mrs. Kneece. Mr. Holliday. MrS.Hillm:1n. Mrs. Juyner. Scared.-
Miss Runnion. Miss Penny, MIS. Sandling,
MISS ANNE HENDRICKS, B.S., Eighth Grade
MISS MARHY FOY HESTER, A.B., M.A., World
MRS. JAMES E. HILLMAN, Secretary
MISS Lois ANN HODGES, AB., Physical
MR. JGSEPH HOLLIDAY, A.B., World
MRS. WILFRED J. HOSLEY, A.B., M.A.,
MRS. RUTH MASON IPPOLITO, A.B., B.S.,
CAMILLE JERNIGAN, A.B., Eighth
MRS. LUCILLE M. JOYNER, B.S., Eighth
MRS. O. K. JOYNER, A.B., English,
MRS. JUDSON M. KNEECE, A.B., Supervised
MRS. TORA T. LADU, A.B., M.A., Spanish
Left to right, standing: Mr. Dandelake. Mrs. Bryan. Miss Griffin, Mrs. Ladu. Miss Hester, Miss Paschal. Mrs. Hosley.
Seated : Miss Cogdell. Mrs. Rhodes, Miss Motley, Mrs. Sumner, Miss Strother, Mr. Stone.
Left to right, Sffllltllillgf Mr. Baker, Miss Smaw. Mrs. Lucille Joyner. Mrs. Fletcher, Miss Cannon, Miss Cooper. M1
McClees. Seated: Miss Barrett, Mrs. Banks, Miss Hendricks, Mrs. Fonville, Miss Jernigan. Miss Watts.
MISS NELLIE MCCLEES, AB., Mathematics
MISS ELLA B. MCDEARMAN, A.B., M.A.,
MISS ELIZABETH MOTLEY, B.S., Biology
MISS LAURA HELEN PASCHAL, A.B., M.A.,
MISS CELESTE PENNY, A.B., M.A., English
MRS. C. R. RHODES, A.B., Typing,
MRS. JOHN C. ROOT, AB., General Science
MISS HELEN RUNNION, A.B., MA., History
MRS. LILLIAN C. SANDLING, A.B., French,
Dean of Girls
MISS ANNIE SMAW, BS., MS., Mathematics
MR. LEE JAY STONE, BS., M.A.. Physical
MISS MELISSA STROTHER, A.B., Latin
MRS. PAUL SUMNER, AB., American
H istory, General Science
MISS EMILY' WATTS, A.B., Eighth Grade
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TODAY as we leave Needham Broughton
and our fellow-students, each one of us
thinks hack over his years of high school
life. We remember with pleasure our work
and participation in school events. Witli
the grind of lessons came sports and activi-
ties given hy various student hody organiza-
veterans have returned to graduate with
As We look into the future, We see some
of our hoys leaving to enter the armed
forcesg but many will undertake peacetime
occupations. Some of us plan to get johsg
others are going to college.
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if This year at Needham Broughton has By Comblllllig pleasure and bald Work,
'i been different in many respects. Because W6 lldvf? SllCCf'E'd6Cl ill milliillg B1'0UghiOIl 2:1
It rt N we have had a senior year undimmed hy the H1161' SCl10Ul. Tl1L1S. Alma MHYGIE The C1355
5' ka., -A horrors of war. we are thankful. Many of 1916h1ds you farewell!
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Tommy . . . "vet', . . . unseen fags . . . study hall capers
History Club 53 Hamlet High, Hamlet, N. C. 1, 2, 33 Home
Room Vice President 1, 23 U. S. Merchant Marine 1944-45.
ANDERSON, VIRGINIA LESTER
Jenny . . . Sport . . . Billy . . . sweetest one
Eighth Grade Chorus3 Girl Reserves 1, 23 Student Council,
Intramural Sports Committee Chairman 53 Little Theatre
53 Spanish Club 43 Senior Superlative, Sportsg History
Club 43 Homeroom Officer 4, 53 Office Assistant 53 Queen
of Hearts Court 51 Football Sponsor 4, 5.
APPLE, HELEN LOIS
Peggy . . . Boylan-Pearce . . . pretty blouses
Eighth Grade Chorusg Girl Reserves 1, 2, 3, 5: Little
Theater 51 Spanish Club 43 History Club 4, 53 Office As-
sistant 2, 3, 4.
BACON, ZACK HAMPTON, JR.
"4 F's" . . . Anne . . . Hi-Y swimmer
Eighth Grade Chorus3 Eighth Grade Dramaticsg Victory
Corps 23 Little Theater 4, 53 Spanish Club 4, 53 Track 53
LATIPAC, Business Staff 51 History Club 43 Audio-Visual
Club 33 Homeroom Officer 1, 3, 43 Hi-Y Minstrel 53 Boy
Scouts 1, 2, 33 Stage Crew 5.
Billy . . . "B.B." . . . sending the gals . . , Allah!
Little Theatre 4, 51 Latin Club 2. 33 Spanish Club, Sergeant-
at-Arms 43 War Times 43 Science Club, Secretary lg Hi-Y
4, 51 Football 3, 4, 53 Basketball 4, 53 Hi-Y Minstrel 4, 53
Boy Scouts 1, 2, 33 History Club 43 Victory Corps 2.
BELL, CARL WENDELL, JR.
Fallo11's flowers . . . cuttin' his act . . . witC?J
Eighth Grade Chorus3 Band 53 Little Theatre 53 Boy Scouts
1, 23 "Pride and Prejudice" 53 Riverside Military Academy
BUTLER, PORTIA HAMILTON
Tony . . . quiet . . . smiling . . . good student
Debating Club 43 Little Theatre 53 Spanish Club 4, 53
History Club 4.
CAMPBELL, VAUGHN CARLYLE
Eleanor . . . neat clothes . . . Mercury
Eighth Grade Chorus3 Victory Corps 23 Library Assistant
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Latin Club 2 3 Spanish Club 4 5 rack 5 L IPAC
Business Staff 53 History Club 4 53 Au ' 'u 3
Court 5 Broughton Revue 2 Ever ride
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Girl Reserves . . .going to Duke . :rihorty . . . fushia suit
EighthnG1radc352horus5 Girl Reserves 1, 2, 3, 4, 55 Victory
Corps 25 Little Theatre 4, 55 Latin Clubs, 2, 35 Spanish
Club 4, 55 LATIPAC, Editorial Staff 55 History Club 45 Office
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Littl Theatre 55 Footba 4, 55 Basketball 1, 2. 3,.4, 5,
Captgxin 55 Baseball 25 Trac -4, 55 Seniorfouncil 55 History
Club 4, 5' Homeroonr-Qflicer 1. 2, '3, 4,' 55 Hi-Y Minstrel
5: Boy Scouts 1,25 Publi? Speaking Chib 55 Sbudent Coun-
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Girl Reserves 5g,E1ghth 'ede Drarnati- 5 Science Club 1-
Debating Club 55 Little T atre 4, 55 ganish Club 4, 5
LAr1PAc, Business Staff 51 History-,Climb 45 Homeroom
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Dra-matiQs5 Glee Club 2, 3, 45 Little Theatre 4, 55 Spanish
I-Club 4, '55 "Gypsy Rover" 35 "Pride and Prejudice" 5.
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Girl Reserves 1, 2, 4, 55 Student Council Representative 25
Hi-Times 45 Little Theatre 4, 55 Spanish Club 2, 35 Tennis
Club 35 Senior Council 55 LATIPAC, Business Staff 55 History
Club 45 Homeroom Secretary 4, Treasurer 5.
2 Nice to everybody . . . EQ year senior . . . 'tMillie"
Eighth Grade Ch0rus5 Girl Reserves 4, 55 Girls' Athletic
Association 25 Little Theatre 4, 55 Latin Club 2, 35 History
Club 4: Girl Scouts 1, 2.
CHASE, FRANCES DOUGLAS
N.H.S .... Calc la fgis ace reporter . . . "Chase"
Eighth Grade Cho G serves 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, Secretary
5' E1 hth Grade D ati ' tory Corps5 Student Coun-
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"Johnnie" . . . Glee Club faithful . . . tiny Bobby . . . "Hill" . . . "I disagree". . . Hi-Y . . A' 34"
Eighth Grade Chorus3 Girl Reserves 2, 3, 53 Eighth Grade
Dramatics3 Victory Corps 23 Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4. 53 Girl's
Athletic Association 13 Science Club 13 Spanish Club 4, 53
Junior Cheer Leader 23 Home Room Oflicer 3, 43 Office
Assistant 33 "Broughton Revue" 23 "Belle of Barcelona" 4.
CRABTREE, WILLIAM OTHO
Billy . . . 'fl dream of Jenny" . . . Senior president . . .
tall, dark, and handsome
President, Senior Class 53 Hi-Y 53 Eighth Grade Chorus:
Science Clubg Little Theatre, Historian 53 Senior Council
52 American Forum 43 Homeroom, Treasurer 2, Secretary
3, President 53 Hi-Y Minstrel 53 Boy Scouts 1, 2, 33 Queen
of Hearts Court 53 "Pride and Prejudice" 5.
CROSBY, JAMES J.
Jimmy . . . star' overnite . . . diminutive . . . Mr. Quill
Student Council Representative 23 Hi-Y 53 Hi-Times StaH
53 Eighth Grade Science Clubg Spanish Club 4, 53 Basket-
ball Team 53 LATIPAC, Business Staff 53 Homeroom Officer
1, 23 Hi-Y Minstrel 5.
DOAR, ANNE EURETTA
Wilson . . . Cupid . . . getting ads . . . always talking
Eighth Grade, Chorus, Dramatics3 Girl Reserves 1, 23
Student Council 53 Hi-Times, Advertising Manager 53
Little Theatre 4, 53 Latin Club 2, 33 Spanish Club 4, 53
LATIPAC, Business Staii 53 History Club 43 Audio-Visual
Club 2, 33 Homeroom, Secretary 1, 3, 4, Treasurer 23 Girl
Scouts 13 "Junior Miss" 43 "Broughton Revue" 23 "Pride
and Prejudice" 53 "Ever Since Eve" 5.
A diving . , . "Collard"
Student Council Representative 53 Hi-Y 53 Hi-Times 43
Science Club 13 Debating Club 43 Little Theatre 53 Golden
Masquers 53 Baseball 1, 4, 5. Manager lj Cheer Leader 43
War Times 33 LATIPAC, Business Staff 53 History Club 4, 53
Homeroom Ofiicer 33 Hi-Y Minstrel 53 "Queen of Hearts,"
Master of Ceremonies 53 Stage Crew 53 "Ever Since Eve"
53 "Pride and Prejudice" 53 Swimming Team 3, 4.
DUNCAN, EDWARD CARLTON
Carl . . . iiirt . . . Lil' Abner C23 . . . "Tarzan"
Student Council Representative 1: Debating Club 53 Little
Theatre 53 Latin Club 2, 33 Football 33 History Club 53
Boy Scouts 1, 2, 3, 5, Eage Scout 3, 5.
EATMON, JEROME REX
"Eatburger" . . . Alan Ladd . . . preacher . . . physique!
Class Oliicer. Secretary 1, Sergeant-at-Arms 2, President
33 Student Council Representative 53 Hi-Y 4, 53 Latin
Club 3, 43 Spanish Club 4, 53 Football 2, 3, 4, 52 Track
2, 3, 4, 53 History Club 43 Homeroom Officer l, 2, 43 Hi-Y
Minstrel 4, 5.
ELLIS, VIVIAN MARIE
"Miss Bingley" . sophisticated . . . Peggy 'n Evelyn
Victory Corps 23 Science Club 13 Little Theatre 4, 53 Lat'
Club 2, 33 Spanish Club 4, 53 LATIPAC, Advertising Sta 3
History Club 43 Audio-Visual Club 2, 3: Girl Scout
"Ever Since Eve," Marshal 53 "Pride and Prejudicej
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Attractive clothes . . .,Mars Hill . . . Duke
Eighth Grade, Chorus, Dramaticsg Hi-Times 23 Library
Assistant 13 Little Theatre 53 Latin Club 2, 33 History
Club 53 Homeroom Offifer 1,1213 Girl Scouts 1, 2, 33 Mars
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EURE. ARMECIA LEE
"Mecia" . , . versatility plus . . . heeeeeey . . . Yea,
Girl Reserves 3. 53 Eighth Grade Dramatics3 Class Officer,
Treasurer 23 Student Council, Publicity Committee 4, 53
War Efforts Committee 3, 4. 5, Chairman 53 Hi-Times,
Fashions Editor 53 Little Theatre 4, 53 Golden Masquers
4, 5, Secretary 43 Latin Club 2, 3, Secretary 33 Spanish
Club 4, 5, Vice President 53 Cheer Leader 4, 53 Senior
Superlative, Versatility3 LATIPAC. Business Staff 51 History
Club, Secretary 43 Audio-Visual Club 2, 33 Office Assistant
53 "Queen of Hearts" Court 51 Marshal, Chief 53 ."Junior
Miss" 43 "Broughton Revue" 23 Student Council Congress
53 Football Sponsor 53 "The Pipe In the Fields" 43 "Ever
Since Eve" 53 "Pride and Prejudice" 53 Quill and Scroll 5.
EVANS, LILLIAN HEYWARD
"Billie" . . . Wilmington. . . popular . . . loafing
New Hanover High School, Wilmington, N. C. 2, 3, 43
Victory Corps 2, 33 Musical Appreciation Club Founder 43
Dramatics Club 3, 43 War Bonds and Stamps Committee
Secretary 33 Football Sponsor 53 Chairman Junior-Senior
gfog15Committee 43 Little Theatre 53 Hi-Times 53 Glee
FARTHING, PATSYE HESTER
Pat . . . "Caledonia" . . . red Buick . . . Chase
Eighth Grade Ch01'LlS3 Girl Reserves 3, 4, 52 Glee Club 52
Latin Club 2, 33 French Club 4, 53 Office Assistant 5.
GORDON, JOHN BENNETT, JR.
Jack . . . motorcycle wreck . . . All-State football. . .
Eighth Grade Chorus, Dramatics3 Victory Corps 23 Student
Council Representative 2, Sergeant-at-Arms 53 Glee Club
23 H1-Y 4, 53 Minstrel 4, 53 Spanish Club 4, 52 Football
2, 3, 4, 53 Track 43 Basketball 3, 4, 53 History Club 33
"Queen of Hearts" Court 4.
GREEN, DORIS POOLE
Belle . . . more men! . . . slender . . . dream girl
Eighth Grade Dramatics, Vice President3 Little Theatre
4, 5, Secretary 53 Golden Masquers 51 Spanish Club. Secre-
tary 4, Vice President 53 Senior Superlative, Belle: History
Club 43 Homeroom. President 33 Office Assistant 53 "Queen
of Hearts" Court 3, 4, 53 Marshal 43 Stage Crew 43 "Pride
and Prejudice" 5.
GREENE, GLADYS IRENE
"G.I." . . . Miss N. B .... Yea team! . . . sweet
Eighth Grade Chorus, D1'amatics3 Girl Reserves 2, 3, 4,
Social Chairman 43 Student Council 5: Glee Club 1, 2. 33
Library Assistant 53 Little Theatre 4. 53 Spanish Club
4. 53 Cheer Leader 5Q Senior Superlative, Miss Needham .
Broughtong Homeroom Ofhcer 43 "Queen of Hearts" Court
43 Marshal 4, 53 "Broughton Revue" 23 "Gypsy Rover" 3. l
GRINNELLS, ANNE LOUISE
Zack . . . peaches and cream complexion . . . outstand- E
ing . . . more clothes 3
Eighth Grade Chorus3 Girl Reserves 1, 2,. 33 Student
Council Secretary 3, Citizens Committee, Chairman 53 Hz-
Times 4, 5, Managing Editor 53 Little Theatre 4, 51 Latin
Club 2, 33 Spanish Club 4, 53 LA'riPAc, Business Staff 53
Ielistjory Club 4, 53 OH-ice Assistant 33 Public Sp
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GUYTON, LORRAINE CURTIS
"Lena" . . . our Queen . . .Jesse . . . cute as they come
Eighth Grade, Chorus, Dramatics, Public Speaking C-lub,
Secretary 53 Girl Reserves 2, 33 Glee Club 21 33 Little
Theatre 52 Spanish Club 4, 5, Secretary 43 History Club 43
Office Assistant 5: "Queen of Hearts" 53 "Belle of
Barcelona" 43 Football Sponsor 5.
HAMILTON, BETTY LOU
"Lu Lu" . . . hubba hubba . . . men . . . model . ..
Hugh Morson High School 33 Cathedral High School 43
Eighth Grade Chorus 13 Junior Girl Reserves 1, 2, Pres-
ident 1: Victory Corps 33 Class President 43 Student Coun-
cil Representative 1, 2, 33 Glee Club 2, 3, 43 Cathedral
Paper 43 Hi-Times Staff 53 Library Assistant 3, 4, 53 History
Club 53 Science Club 23 Little Theatre 3, 4, 5.
HAMILTON, CHARLES ALSON
3'Waddell" . . . "Hamie" . . . manager . . . selling T-shirts
Eighth Cfade, Chorus, Dramaticsg Hi-Y 53 Science Club
13 Spanish Club 43 Football Manager 53 Aeronautics Club
43 Hi-Y Minstrel 53 Public Speaking Club, Sergeant-at-
Arms 53 LA'r1PAc, Business Staff 5.
HANCOCK, JOSEPH SHIPMAN
Joe . . . U.P .... Ira Lee's boy
Hi-Times, News Editor 53 Spanish Club 4, 52 History Club
4, 51 Boy Scouts 2, 3, 4, 5, Assistant Scoutmaster 53 Student
Handbook, Co-Editor 5.
HARRIS, BETTYE I-:W"""""'
Running errands . . .good grades . . . yellow " of f fi X
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Eighth Grade, chorusg Girl Reserves 1, 2, 3, 4, ,
Triangle, Chairman 53 Student Council, Chapel C a em. "P-
53 Glee Club 23 Hi-Times Staff 5' Latin Club 2' 'so ,
Club 4, 5, Treasurer 4 IIATIPAC, Editorial Staff K
Club 4, 5, Secretary 4,'G1rl Scouts 33 Office Ass
HARRIS. BLTIIE ROSE
Wolf Pack's Charlie . . .short hair. . . State
Eighth' Grade, -Chorus. Dramaticsg Victory Corps 23 Girls'
Qthletic Association 23 Little Theatre 4, 53 History Club
HARRIS, CHARLES JULIAN
"Smiley" . . . that grin? . . . Doris . . . Hi-Y
Class Treasurer 53 Student Council 43 Hi-Y 53 Library As-
sistant 3, 43 Golden Masquers 4, 5, Vice President 52 Little
Theatre 4, 53 Latin Club 2, 33 Junior Basketball Team 3,
43 Senior Council 53 History Club 4, 53 Homeroom Officer
1, 2, 3, 4, 53 Hi-Y Minstrel 51 Boy Scouts 1, 2, 33 "Queen
of Hearts" Court 53 "Junior Miss" 43 Football Manager 33
Basketball Manager 23 Baseball Manager 2. 3.
HARRIS, CORETIA LaVERNE
"Bunny" . . .Bill . . . versatile . . . columnist
Eighth Grade, Chorus, Dra1natics3 Girl Reserves 53 Victory
Corps 23 Class Secretary 43 Student Council Publicity
Committee 4, 5, Chairman 53 Glee Club 2, 3, 43 Hi-Times,
Alumni Editor 5: Debating Club 53 Little Theatre 4, 5,
Treasurer 53 Golden Masquers 53 French Club 3, 43 LATIPAC,
Business Staff 53 History Club 43 "Queen of Hearts" Court
43 "Broughton Revue" 23 t'Gypsy Rover" 33 "Ever Since
Eve" 53 Student Handbook 5: "Pride and Prejudice" 53
B-Natural Music Club 2, 3, .4.
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- Eighth Grade Chorus3 Girl Reserves 3, 4, 53 Band 1, 2, 3,
4, 53 Girls' Athletic Association 2: Little Theatre 4, 53
Latin Club 2, 33 War Times Staff 23 Homeroom Officer 1, 3.
l- President3 Girl Scouts 1.
E' 1 HESTER, MARTHA CATHERINE
5 ,V Bill's girl. , . diamond . . . N.H.S ,.., editor . . . Carolina
N Eighth Grade. Chorus, Dramatics3 Girl Reserves 2, 3, 4, 5,
4 Vice President 2, Secretary 3, President 51 Student Coun-
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HOLLAND, SARA LEACH
Rickety rack! . . . dimples . . . Walk . . . beautiful clothes
Hugh Morson High School 1, 2, 33 Eighth Grade Chorus,
Secretary, Sextette3 Girl Reserves 1, 2. 5, Vice President
1. Secretary 23 Civics Club Secretary 13 Aviation Club
33 Fine Arts Club, Secretary-Treasurer 33 Glee Club 2, 3,
43 StudentiCouncil, Citizenship Committee 51 Hi-Times.
Girls' Sports Editor 51 Little Theatre 51 Cheer Leader
4, 53 Tennis Club 43 Senior Council 51 LATIPAC, Editorial
Staff 5, Business Stal? 5: History Club 43 Homeroom Treas-
urer 3, 51 "Belle of Barcelona" 43 Handbook Staff 53
Stunt Night l, 23 "Pride and Prejudice" 51 "Ever Since
Eve" 53 Gershwin Music Club 2, 3.
HUMPHREYS, BESSIE LEE
Spanish president . . . good themes. . . sweet 'n quiet
Eighth Grade, Chorus. Dramatics3 Girls' Athletic As-
sociation 1, 2, 33 Little Theatre 51 Spanish Club 4. 5,
President 51 French Club 4, 53 American Forum 43 Girl
JACKSON, DONALD RUDOLPH
Don . . . "Foo Man" . . . original poems ...tight
Eighth Grade Chorus3 Glee Club 4, 51 Little eatre 53
Latin Club 2, 33 History Club 43 "Gay Nine le evue" 53
"Belle of Barcelona" 43 Public Speaking Cl '
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"Head'l . . . Sport . . . strong 'Il sweet . . . that man!
Student Council Elections Committee 5: Hi-Y 4, 5, Ser-
geant-at-Arms 5: Science Club 1, Latin Club 2, 3: Football
1, 2, 3, 4, 5: Basketball 2, 4, 52 Track 2, 3, 4, 5: Senior
Superlative, Sport: Senior Council 5: History Club 4, 5:
Homeroom Officer 3, 4, 5: Hi-Y Minstrel 4, 5.
JENKINS, GENTRY WALL
Drugstore at Peace and Glenwood . . . missionary
Eighth Grade Chorus: Spanish Club 4, 5: Art Club 5:
History Club 4: Science Club 2.
' JESS, RAYMOND CARL
"Atrocity" . . . Wit? . . . slow drawl . . . that belt . . . ears
Eighth Grade Chorus: Science Club 1: Spanish Club 4, 5,
Sergeant-at-Arms 5: French Club 3. 4: History Club, Presi-
dent 4: Boy Scouts 2, 3. 4: "Pride and Prejudice" 5.
JOHNSTON, CHARLES PHILIP
Buddy . . . dramatics star . . . Little Theatre president
Tileston Junior High School. Wilmington. N. C. 1: Band
1, 2, 3: Little Theatre 4, 5, President 5: Golden Masquers
5: .French Club 3, 4: History Club 4: Stage Crew 4, 5:
Junior Miss" 4: Art Club 5: "Pipe in the Fields" 43 "The
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Joel. . . Hot Dog! . . . smiling . . .actress '
Eighth Grade Chorus: Girl Reserves 1. 2, 3, 5: Band 1:
Little Theatre 5: Golden Masquers 5: Lation Club 2, 3:
History Club 5: Home Room Officer 2: Girl Scouts 1:
"Ever Since Eve" 5: "Pride and Prejudice" 5: Mars Hill
Summer School 4: Public Speaking Club 5.
JONES. MARGARET ELIZABETH
Quiet . . . gray suit . . . English worries
Eighth Grade Chorus: Girl Reserves 2, 3, 4, 5: Glee Club
4, 5: History Club 4.
JONES, RONALD ARTHUR
Hi-Y . . . curly . . . tall, dark
Hi-Y 5: French Club 1, 2, 3, 43 History
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Sweet and cute . . . beautiful hair . . . pretty
Eighth Grade Chorus3 Girl Reserves 1, 2, 3, 4, 5: Girls'
Athletic Association 13 Library Assistant 53 Little Theatre
4, 53 French Club 4, 53 History Club 4, 53 Ohice Assistant 4.
LAINIBERT, JAMES MATTHEW
Jimmy . . . tall . . . "slim" . . . that black lock of hair
Spanish Club 4, 53 History Club 43 Statesville High School,
Statesville, N. C. 1, 2, 3, 43 Booster's Club 33 Projectionist
Club 2, 3: Senior Science Club 3.
LEHMAN, JOHN ROBERT
Buddy 'n Mary Alice . . . dancing teacher . . . Raleigh
Eighth Grade, Chorus, Dramaticsg Student Council 53 Glee
Club 2, 33 Little Theatre 3, 4, 53 Golden Masquers 4, 5,
President 53 French Club 3, 4: Junior Cheer Leader 23
History Club 43 Homeroom Secretary 2, Treasurer 33 Boy
Scouts 13 Stage Crew 4, 53 "Junior Miss" 43 "Broughton
Revue" 2: Art Club 51 "Gay Nineties Revue" 53 "Ever
gince Eve" 53 "Pipe ni the Fields" 43 "Letters to Lucerne"
Q H LILES, BARBARA ANNE
My Quiet . . . Wilmington . . . strut. . . Can-Can
Girl Reserves 53 Glee Club 52 Little Theatre 53 "Gay
iNineties Revue" 5: Wakelon High School 1, 23 Basketball
L l, 23 Glee Club 1, 2.
LINEBERGER, JAMES RUFFIN
Jimmy . . . country club . . . "Cheese"
Eighth Grade, Dramatics3 Student Council, Lost and Found
Committee Chairman 53 Glee Club 3, 4, 51 Hi-Y 53 Public
Speaking Club 53 Spanish Club 4, 53 Basketball Manager
52 LATIPAC. Business Staff 52 Audio-Visual Club 43 Home-
room President 1, 2, 4, Hi-Y Minstrel 53 Boy Scouts 1, 2, 33
Stage Crew 5.
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Oak Ridge . . . big boy . . . "Doughb0y"
Eighth Grade Chorus: Science Club 13 Little Theatre 53
Stage Crew 53 Oak Ridge Military Institute 3, 4.
LYNCH, VIRGINIA LEE
t'Ginge1"' . . . "Jo" . . . hula dance . . . "Sneaky Pete" . . .
"Say it again"
Four Oaks High School, Four Oaks, N. C. 2: Granby
High School, Norfolk, Va. 33 Austin High School, Austin,
Tex. 33 San Diego High School, San Diego, Calif. 43 Cali-
fornia Scholarship Federation Treasurer 43 Junior Class
Council 43 Election Committee 43 Girl Reserves 53 Little
Theater 5Q LATIPAC, Editorial Staff 53 History Club 5.
LYNN, GARTH WOODSON
All-State band . . . Bobby's pal . . . toothless
Band 2, 3. 43 Glee Club 1, 23 Spanish Club 4, 52 History
Club 2, 43 Homeroom Officer 23 Boy Scouts 23 "Pride and
Prejudice" 53 All-State Band 5.
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"Frankie" . . . Chester . . . neat hair
Eighth Grade Chorus3 Girl Reserves 4, 53 Glee Club 53
Library Assistant 53 War Times Representative 3, 43 "Gay
Nineties Revue" 5.
MCKINNEY, DORIS MAE
Short 'n sweet . . . "My cow" . . . Charlotte . . . '3Butch"
Eighth Grade Chorus3 Girl Reserves 53 Hi-Times Staff
4, 53 Homerooni, Vice President 2, Secretary 33 Office
Assistant 3, 51 "Quill and Scrollt' 53 Senior Council 5'
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IVIASSENBURG, JAMES SPEED, JR.
"Speedy"-driver . . . always tickling peop e.. . .
Hi-Y 53 Library Assistant 53 Ei 'hth ra cience Club3
Spanish Club. Vice President , Hom r Vice President
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MARLEY, BARBARA ELLIS M MINSHEW, EMMA JEAN
Our Deanna . . . "Squirt" . . . State . . . Jessabelle "I en S Ys'1:gg,lg11g'Ex'al!kl"lg filggggary ' - ' always
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Little Theatre 51 Latin Club 2, 33 French Club 4, 5: Club ', 33 Girls' At letic kgs ' ' ,
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MITCHELL, ROBERTA VIRGINIA
Hamlet's . . .Dolores . . .Navy
Eighth Grade Chorus3 Girl Reserves 1, 52 Spanish Club 43
History Club 4.
MORGAN. MARY RUFFIN
Pushing 5 feet . . . 'tRuff" . . .Jean . . . Carolina. . .
Eighth Grade, Chorus, Dramatics3 Girl Reserves 52 Glee
Club 1, 23 Little Theatre 53 French Club 3. 43 Homeroorn,
Vice President 1, Secretary 23 Ofiice Assistant 4, 53 LATIPAC,
Business Staff 5.
MORRIS, COLA RENZIL. JR.
Bicky . . . Our Wit. . . one line Cola . . . keepin' o1'derf?J
Eighth Grade Chorus3 Class Officer, Sergeant-at-Arms 53
Student Council Representative 43 Glee Club 2, 3, 43 Hi-Y3
Debating Club 43 Little Theatre 51 Football Team 33 Cheer
Leader 43 Senior Superlative Wit 51 Senior Council 51
LATIPAC, Business Stal? 53 H r m. Sergeant-at-Arms 51
Hi-Y Minstrel 51 Boy ou 1, 2 "Queen of Hearts" An-
nouncer 5Q "B u h evue" 23 "Gypsy Rover" 33
"Belle of Barce a" 'Ever Si ce Eve" 53 "Pride and
Prejudice" 53 m g Team
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E th Grade ci ce Cl 3 1 ebati g Club 43 Little
T e r Bas ll Team y Scouts 1, 23 "Queen of
Hea Pri e a rejudiceu 53 LATIPAC. Busi-
MUMFORD, CAREY GARDNER, JR.
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Eighth Grade Chorus3 Class Officer, Vice President 1, 23
Band 1, 2, 33 All State Band 33 Glee Club 33 Hi-Times
1, 53 Latin Club 2. 3, Treasurer 23 French Club, Vice
esident 5 War Tz 2 History Club Secretary 5
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Q "TU,b6', . . . back stage . . . Olll' Frankie . . . Hi-Y paddles SfBig Cr0wd'v h ' I A.B -..- N.H.S .'.. Pepsi,C0la . I 5 :
ighth Grade Chorus3 Victory Corps 23 Student Council, Quiz Kid
Stage Committee, Chairman 4, 53 Hi-Y 51 Hi-Times StaH
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Masquers 4, 5, Pledge Captain 4, Treasurer 52 Football
Team 33 History Club, Vice President 43 Audio-Visual Club
2, 3, 4, 53 Homeroom Oflicer 23 Hi-Y Minstrel 53 "Junior
Miss" 43 "Broughton Revue" 33 "Gypsy Rover" 33 Stage
Manager 3, 4, 5.
NEWTON, LOIS SPAUGH
Bobby. . . "Oh, dea.rie" . . . "Fig" . . .sweet
Eighth Grade Chorus3 Girl Reserves 2, 3, 43 Hospital
Volunteer 33 Student Council, Lost and Found Committee
52 Hi-Times Staff 52 Homeroom Officer 3, 43 "Queen of
Hearts" Court 53 i'Pride and Prejudice" 5.
NIXON, NURRY ANN
Dry wit . . . giggling . . . "Walkie-Talkie" . . . Alice . . .
Girl Reserves 2, 3, 43 Hi-Times Staff 53 Little Theatre 4, 53
Latin Club 2, 33 Spanish Club 4, 53 LATIPAC, Editorial Staff
5, Business Staff 53 'Broughton Revue" 23 "Ever Since
Eve" 53 "Pride and Prejudice" 5.
PEARCE, JANIE LOU
Genius . . . a good senior . . . lots of fun
Eighth Grade Chorus3 Girl Reserves 3, 53 Glee Club 53
Latin Club 4, 53 American Forum 4.
Student Council Representative 4. 53 Hi-Y, Vice President
53 Eighth Grade Science Club3 Spanish Club 4, 53 Foot-
ball Team 4, 53 Basketball Team 4, 53 Track 4, 53 National
Honor Society, Treasurer 4, Vice President 51 Senior
Superlative, Scholarship 53 Senior Council 53 American
Forum 43 Homeroom Officer 23 Hi-Y Minstrel 4, 51 Boy
Scouts 1, 2, 33 Marshal 53 Elections Committee 53 Class
Officer, Vice President 4, 5.
PEEBLES, WILLIAM HENRY
William-not Bill . . . "Buenos Dias"
Eighth Grade Science Club3 Spanish Club, Sergeant-at-
Arms 4, 53 History Club 5.
PERRY, JULIA ANNE
Good pianist . . . typing speed . . . sweet . . . door pusher
Eighth Grade Chorus3 Girl Reserves 2, 3, 4, 5: Glee Club
43 Hi-Times Stal? 53 Little Theatre 53 Latin Club 2, Vice
President 33 Spanish Club 4, Secretary 53 American
Forum Treasurer 43 Homeroom, Secretary 43 Office As-
sistant 53 Marshal 5.
PERRY, KATHLEEN HICKS
N.1-Ls .... Ralph . . . true blonde . Q . 'tKat"
Girl Reserves 3, 4, 53 Hi-Times Staff 43 Latin Club,
President 1, 23 National Honor Society 53 LATIPAC, Editorial
Staff 53 American Forum 4.
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Qs 'on .mx Curtis . . . blonde tresses . . . Dot's cousin
Z: A Eighth Grade, Chorus, Dramatics3 Girl Reserves 1, 23 Glee
- 4' 5, 4"' Club 53 Girls' Athletic Association lj Library Assistant
Q- ' -,., ..,....-r 3, 4, 5, President 53 Latin Club 2. 3, Secretary 33 Spanish
' Ask - 'X Club 4. 5, Treasurer 53 "Gay Nineties Revue" 53 "Queen
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g. NAQL 73. 1 3 "The little bug" . . , driver? . . .Porter vs. Mac
g 3 - 727 . Hi-Y 5, Latin ciub 2, Spanish Club 4, 5, American Forum
N , 43 Hi-Y Minstrel 5.
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Eighth Giradg Chorus Girl Reserves 1 2 5 Music Chair-
L, Z 'Bobby Aintzg. . N.H.S. president . . . flying . . . page boy
-man 2. 8, retary, Senior Class 52 Student Council Rep-
,4!,!res?iLaffiEBj, Grounds Committee 52 Little Theatre fl, 52
Latn 2, 3, Treasurer 3, French Club 4 5 National
H or Society, President 53 Senior Council' LATIPAC,
.fE 't ' l5g nerica11 Forum 43 Homeroom, Treasurer
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, .fog V' Peggy . . . chic clothes . . . natural wave
Eighth G, d orusg Girl Reserves 1 2 4, 5 Girls
Athletic on 2, Debating curb 4, 'Little Theatre 5,
Latin Cub 2. , Spanish Club 4, 53 Ohice Assistant 43
"Gay Nineties Revue" 5, American Forum 4.
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if QRIMM, DOLORES MARIE
Virginia . . . Navy . . . "Do-lorus"
Eighth Grade, Chorus, Dramatics, Science Club: Girl
Reserves 53 Girls' Athletic Association lj Spanish Club 43
History Club 43 Otice Assistant 3.
PRUDEN, GEORGE B.
Buck . . . "Topsy', . . . versatility . . . strictly business
Class Treasurer 43 Student Council Member 4, 5, Chapel
Committee, Chairman 53 Hi-Y 53 Eighth Grade Science
Club3 Senior Superlative. Versatility 53 LATIPAC, Business
Manager 53 Home Room, President 2, 3. 53 Hi-Y Minstrel
52 Boy Scouts 1, 2, 3, 43 Oflice Assistant 51 State Student
Council Congress 4, 5, President 53 "Pride and Prejudice"
53 Student Council Treasurer 4.
RANKIN, NELL OAKLEY
"0kra" . . . N.H.S .... Anna's chum . . . Duke
Girl Reserves 1, 2, 3, 4, 53 Victory Corps 23 Library As-
sistant, Treasurer 53 Latin Club 2, 33 French Club 4'
National Honor Society 51 LATIPAC. Editorial Staff
American Forum 4g Girl Scouts l, 2.
RHODES, HELEN CAROLINE
Cute figure swimming scatterbram
1-Iugh Morson 1 2 3 Eighth Grade Chorus G 1 't
5 Band 2 3 4 5 Glee Club 3 4 Little T e
Spanish Club 4 5 Tennis Club 4 Aeronautic itil'
and Pregudice 5 Public Speaking Club 5 Fin 1-
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1 'Little Theatre '53 Latin Club 33 Spanish C1-ub 4, 53 Girl
3 r Scouts 13 "Broughton Revue" 2.
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' :l,Eighth Grade Chorus: Student Council Representative 23
9 Little Theatre 5: Victory Corps 23 Latin Club 2. 33 French
' 1 -Club 4, 5: History Club 43 Homeroom Officer 3, 53 National
3 K -, Honor Society 5
3' " SAVAGE, FRANCES CAROLYN
J "I-Ii-Times" secretary . . . quiet. . . dependable
x- 1 Victory Corps 23 Hi-Times. Secretary 5: Spanish Club 4, 53
X4 - History Club 43 Homeroom, Treasurer 5.
SCHELL, MARSHALL HERMAN
l 'S 'K' Pat . . . "Eddie Love" . . . motorcycle . . . girls' ideal . . .
J Beau . . . Lucky Teeter?
Fxhlass Officer, Sergeant-at-Arms 33 Student Council Vice
President 4, War Efforts Committee Chairman 4 Elelctions
1 Committee 5: Hi-Y 4, 5, Secretary 53 Spanish 'Club 4, 5.
SENTER, ELFIANOR GREEN
Carlyle. . .chic . . . shuffle . . . pretty
Girl Reserves 1, 2, 33 Hi-Times 43 Little Theater 4, 53
Spanish Club 4, 5. Treasurer 5: History Club, Treasurer 43
Office Assistant 53 "Queen of Hearts" Court 53 Student
Council, Social Committee 53 LATIPAC, Business Staff 53
Public Speaking Club 53 "Pride and Prejudice" 5.
SLACK, ANNA LUNDA
Roger . . . N.H.S .... flying . . . Cheese 'n Milk
Eighth Grade Chorus: Girl Reserves 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, Program
Chairman 53 Victory Corps 23 Library Assistant, Secretary
53 Debating Club 53 Latin Club 2, 3, Vice President 33
French Club. Vice President 4, Secretary 53 National
Honor Society, Secretary 53 Girl Scouts 1, 2, 33 Student
Council, Grounds Committee 5.
SPENCER, ALICE DUNN
Grey . . . Nurry . . . smiling blue eyes . . . always friendly
Girl Reserves 1, 2, 3, 43 Hi-Times 4, 53 Little Theatre 4, 53
Latin Club 2. 33 Spanish Club 4, 5: LATIPAC, Editorial
Staff, Business Stafif 53 History Club 43 Girl Scouts 13
Ofiice Assistant 53 "Pride and Prejudice" 5.
SPIVEY, MARY ALICE
Born actress . . . "Anybody wanta' go upstairs?" .
' N President 43 Football 5: Senior Superlative, BEHUQ Senior Glee Club 43 Little Theatre 4, 5, Vice President 53 Golden
Council 53 LATIPAC. Advertising Staff 4, 53 History Club, Masquers 4, 5, Secretary 53 American Forum, Vice Presi-
1 1 lPre-sident 4: Homeroom, President 1, Vice President 2, 3, dent 43 Homeroom. Secretary-Treasurer 5: Stage Crew
1 3 3 4, Sergeant-at-Arms 53 "Queen of Hearts" Court 4: Swim- 53 "Junior Miss" 4: "Pride and Prejudice" 52 "Pipe in 3
1 ' 'ming Team 4. the Fields" 43 "The Terrible Meek" 53 Hugh Morson 1, 2, 3. E
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. . . sports editor , , V'
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3, President 33 Junior Varsity Basketball 43 National Honor
Society 4, 5, Mr. Needham Broughtorn LATIPAC, Sports-
Editor 5, Advertising Stan' 43 Homeroom, President 2, 3, 43
Hi-Y Minstrel 4. 53 "Queen of Hearts" Court 53 Marshal 43
Student Council Congress 5, President 53 Quill and Scroll,
Treasurer 53 Public Speaking Club 5.
SNIITH, WII,LIAlW VJHITIFIELD
Unrle Bill . . . "Bunny" . . . more personality . . .
Eighth Grade Chorus3 Band 2. 3. 4, 5, Sergeant-at-Arms
43 Hi-Y 53 Hi-Times 5: Debating Club, Sergeant-at-Arms
53 Little Theatre 53 Latin Club 2, 33 Spanish Club 4, 53
Basketball 33 Wm' Times 33 History Club 43 Horneroom,
Vice President 53 Hi-Y Minstrel 53 Boy Scouts 1, 23 "Queen
of Hearts" Court 43 Student Council Citizenship Corn-
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.-' I gil Reserves 53. Hi:Ti1nes, Copy Editor 53 Little Theater
, . fi '.3 L IKPAC, Advertising Staff 53 Quill and Scroll, President
f .' 53 1' 'rrayfl-ligh School, St. Paul, Minnesota 1, 2, 3, 4.
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TEMPLE, CHARLES FREDERICK
' "Chuck" . . . Tommy . . . Navy
Victory Corps 13 Science Club 23 Latin Club 2, 33 War
Times 23 History Club 53 Homeroorn, President 5Q Boy
Scouts 13 Ofilce Assistant 5
f TERRY, ALICE LEE I
Not much with words . . . efficient
Eighth Grade Chorus3 Girl Reserves 1, 51 Victory Corpsi
23 Latin Club 2, 33 History Club 4.
Blue suits . . . beach . . . bowling . . . "I don't know"
Eighth Chorus3 Little Theatre 53 Latin Club 2, 3, xx
Vice P 3' ide 23 French Club, Treasurer 53 History CI bgx '
, 3 ai ie of Vice President 2, Treasurer 33 Mars ' -1 '
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XV 'i obbie . . . State bound . . . French genius
F " Gflade, Chorus, Dramatics3 Victory Corps 23 Student
Y q 1?ativex5elGll,e2 Clug 23 Little Theatre 4, 51
g 3 1 , , . 3 renc u , 5. ecretary 43 War Timesl
'90, - 19- Editorial Staff 53 American Forum Secretary 43'
fpmi, '. .bg Junior Dramatics, Student Adviser 4.
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' Emily . . . "Camel City" kid . . .tall Peggyf. . . car or truck? . . . coun'ry girl . . . pretty clothes
Huntington High School, Huntington, W. Va. 1, 2, 33 Cum- Girl Reserves 1, 53 Latin Club 2, 33 Tennis Club 43 Histor"
mack 1, 23 Class Vice President 1, Treasurer 2, 3' Student Club 4, 5.
Council, Representative 1, 3, Treasurer 2, Committee
Chairman 1, 23 Basketball 1, 2, 33 Track 1, 2, 33 American
Forum 13 Homeroom, Vice President 1. 3, President 23
Victory Corps 33 Reynolds High School, Winston-Salem
N. C. 43 French ciub 33 Debating Club 53 History Club 51 WEST- EDGAR PAUL, JR-
' Seen with Don . . . tall . . . dralnatics
Eighth Grade Chorus3 Glee Club 43 Little Theatre 53 Latin
TRULL, PATSY MAE Club 2, 33 French Club 43 History Club 4, 53 Boy Scouts
3 l, 23 "Pride and Prejudice" 53 Public Speaking Club 5
"Pat" . . . "Do you have a mirror?" . . . black hair
Girl Reserves 2,. 5: Glee Club 33 Hi-Times 53 Little
Theater 4, 53 Latin Club 4, 53 LATIPAC. Business Staff 53
History Club 53 Audio-Visual 'Club 33 "Queen of Hearts"
Court 2- The GYPSY Rover 3' WHITLEY, ARMINTA ELIZABETH
"Min" . . . men. . . Navy . . . just plain sweet
TRUELOVE, I I N Eighth Grade Chorus: Girl Reserves 2. 4, 53 Victory Corps
V V A 23 Little Theatre 4, 53 Spanish Club 4, 53 History Club 5.
Friendly . . . Miss Penny's all day student
Girl Reserves 1, 23 Girls' Athletic Association 2, 3.
WHITLEY, EVA CAROL
VEREEN, EVELYN LOUISE
Smithfield . . . always smiling . . . pretty as a picture . . .
Wavy tresses . . . no lunch permit . . . seen with Peggy vivacious
Girl Reserves 53 Eighth Grade Dramatics3 Girls' Athletic Girl Reserves 5: Glee Club 51 Public Speaking Club 52
Association 1, 23 Little Theatre 53 Latin Club 2, 33 Tennis "Pride and Prejudice" 53 "Gay Nineties Revue" 53 Smith-
Club 43 History Club 4, 5. field High School 1, 2, 3, 4.
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"Ball" . . . 4' nny . . Icky . . . "Niggar' . . . first out
i of Spanish class
ict ry Qy s 2' tudent Council Representative 3. Social
om 1 ig- 53 H 4, 5, Treasurer 53 Hi-Times 43 Science
Club 3 anish Club, Sergeant-at-Arms 4, Secretary 52
oot ll , 4 53 Basketball 4, 51 Baseball 1, 2, 3. 4. 51
. - 3 LA PAC, Business Staff 52 History Club 43 Home-
room, Pre ' ent 1, 2, 5, Vice President 53 Hi-Y Minstrel
4, 53 oy Scouts 13 Marshal 53 Junior Basketball 1, 2, 3.
Brains . . , N.H.S. . . . Pepsi-Cola . . . black pocket book
Eighth Grade Cho1'us3 Girl Reserves 1, 2, 3, 4. 53 Victory
Corps 23 Latin Club 2, 33 French Club 4, 52 National Honor
Society, President 53 LATIPAC, Editorial Staff 52 History
Club irl Scouts 1 enior Su erlati e
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Of-Tice st t 53 Mizpah Devotional Group, President 5.
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' Girl Reserves 4. 53 Little Theatre 53 Latin Club 33 History
Club 4, 53 "Pride and Prejudice" 53 Cary High School 1, 2.
VVO0 DALL, FRANCE S WILLARD
"Willie" . . . our Wit . . . Doug . . . "What did she say?"
Eighth Grade Chorusg Girl Reserves 1, 2. 4, 53 Student
Council Representative 2, Grounds Committee Chairman
5: Little Theatre 4, 53 Latin Club 2, 33 Senior Superlative,
Wit3 LATIPAC. Business Staff 53 History Club 43 Homeroom,
Vice President 53 "Gypsy Rover" 3.
WOODRUFF, DAVID STANLEY
Creampufi' . . . arguing! . . . technicalities . . .forever
Eighth Grade Chorus3 Spanish Club 4, 53 History Club 4.
WYATT, DOROTHY ANNE
"That's a good word" . . . "Kilowatt" . . . illegal driving
. . . "dim1i". . . that laugh
Eighth Grade Chorusg Girl Reserves 1, 4, 53 Victory Corps
23 Glee Club 23 Hi-Times. Copy Reader 53 Latin Club 2, 3,
Treasurer 33 Tennis Club 43 Senior Council 53 LATIPAC,
Editor-in-Chief 51 American Forum. Treasurer 43 Home-
room, Secretary-Treasurer 4, Secretary 3, 53 "Broughton
Revue" 23 Quill and Scroll. Secretary 53 Student Hand-
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The Junior Class began the year with the election
of its class officers. Bobby Deyton was elected pres-
ident, John Senter, vice president, Bobbie Lee Rogers,
secretary, Sabra Ives, treasurerg Eddie Clement.
Sergeant-at-arms. The class also had an executive
committee composed of the class officers and the presi-
dents of the junior homerooms. In addition to the
officers, the members of this committee were Dorothy
Bray, Pete Gattis, Alvin Jenkins, Jack Stevenson, and
Several members of the class have achieved recogni-
tion in the field of sports. John Senter, Jimmy Lesane,
Bob Summers, Bobby Deyton, Eugene Ferrell, Jim
Streeter, and Jack Stevenson were active members
of the football team. Billy Burgess, Tommy Jones,
Eugene Ferrell, and Jimmy Lesane were the outstand-
ing junior members of the varsity basketball team.
The Junior Class was proud of its members who were
elected to the National Honor Society. They were
Jimmy Nicholson, Jimmy Briggs. Calvin Koonce, Bobby
Walker, Eunice Floyd, and Alvin Jenkins.
Five members of the Junior Class became charter
members of the newly organized journalism club, the
"Quill and Scroll." Anne Arendell, Eunice Floyd, Dick
Jenrette, Jimmy Nicholson, and Betty Ann Yowell
attained this honor.
When the dramatics department produced "Ever
Since Eve," Otis Moran. Sabra Ives. Norma Wetmore,
and L. T. Wadsworth were members of the cast from
the Junior Class. Anne Arendell and G. L. Smith
were the only juniors who achieved membership in the
Golden Masquers, an honorary dramatic society.
Saxy Dowell was the guest speaker at the assembly
program conducted by the Junior Class on Friday,
The junior marshals this year were Annie Taylor,
Jack Stevenson, Sabra lvcs, and John Senter.
The annual Junior-Senior formal dance was the
big event ot' the year. The little red schoolhouse was
used as the theme for the dance with music furnished
by Herbert Gupton's orchestra. There was also a floor
show given by a group of students.
The extra curricular activities of the class ended
with a class picnic.
The school year 1945-46 was a very eventful and
successful year for this class. With the many leaders
and honor students in this class, we hope to make
our senior year one of unforgetable accomplishments.
Special recognition goes to Miss Cogdell. class adviser,
whose guidance and untiring interest have helped the
class to achieve its many successes throughout the
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Treasurerg Bobbie Lee Rogers, Sccreiary. SUVOIIII lUIl'.' Eddie Llciiimiiil. Sergeant-al-Arnisg
Jclm Scnler, Vice Presimlcnt.
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Sec-om! row: Annie Taylor, Sahra
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THE STUDENT COUNCIL with its
committees has endeavored to uphold
the standards set by groups of former
years. It has functioned to be of
service whenever possible and to bet-
ter conditions around the school.
The school was represented at the
State Student Council Congress by four
delegates on October 11-12 of 1945.
They were Buck Pruden, President of
the Congress, Bob Smith, Armecia
Eure, and Calvin Koonce, who was
elected vice president of the Congress
for next year.
As a memorial to Broughton boys
killed in the war, the council, to-
gether with each homeroom, appro-
priated enough money for a show case.
Officers of the Council are: Bob
Smith, Presidentg Calvin Koonce, Vice
President: George Paulson, Secretary,
Rex Eatmon, Treasurer, and Jack
Gordon, Sergeant-at-Arms. The advisers
are Miss Hazel Griffin and Mr. C. A.
STUDENT COUNCIL COMilN'IITTiI'lES
SCHOOL STORE. This organization operates on its own funds,
and the money that is made goes to the council. The store supplies
students with necessary school materials. Rex Eatmon, treasurer
of the council, is the manager.
AUDIO-VISUAL COMMITTEE. This committee purchased
educational films for classroom purposes with the profits from the
full length movies given in school. Gene Neal headed the group.
CHAPEL. Led by Buck Pruden, this committee planned all
chapel programs for the year. The programs were entertaining
as well as educational.
PUBLICITY. Every week this committee wrote articles about
events in school for the Raleigh Times and News and Observer.
La Verne Harris was chairman.
SOCIAL. At the beginning of the year this group had a tea
for new teachers and a tea for new students. Two football dances
and a Christmas dance were given. .
ELECTIONS. The duties of this committee are to carry on the
election of class ofhcers, student council officers, and marshals.
.lack Gordon. sergeant-at-arms of the council, was chairman.
GROUNDS. Under the leadership of Frances Woodall, this group
sponsored cleanup campaigns, made equipment for picking up
paper, and planted trees in the spring in honor of the war dead.
POINTS. The chairman of this committee was Frances Chase.
It did splendid work in checking the points of both the senior
and junior classes.
CITIZENSHIP. Headed by Anne Grinnells, the committee re-
printed handbooks for the school and explained the constitution
to the underclassmen.
LOST AND FOUND. Open four days a week in the mornings,
this committee returned lost articles to students. The group was
led by ,limmy Lineberger.
HOUSE. This committee sponsored a Christmas decorating cam-
paign and one at Easter. Signs for the stairs were made by the
group, headed by Robert Ammons.
SPORTS. The purpose of this committee was to promote sports
in the school. This year there were football sponsors at several
games. A tennis club was formed for all interested students. Led
by Virginia Anderson and Billy Raise, the group sold football
tickets before every game.
CALENDAR. Led by Carl James, the calendar committee made
posters and designs for the whole school.
STAGE CREW. This group handled the technical part of the
chapel programs presented. The chairman was Gene Neal.
STANDARDS. This committee was formerly the War Effort
Committee. The co-chairmen, Armecia Eure and Calvin Koonce,
have done splendid work this year with the auction sale held
November 6. At Christmas, boxes were sent for soldiers at Camp
Butner. This group has kept the service flag up to date. It also
started a memorial shelf in the library for Broughton boys killed
during the war.
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THE NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY consists of juniors and seniors who have excelled in the four
standards of character, leadership, service, and scholarship. They are selected by the votes of faculty
members and students in the honor society.
This year the members took turns keeping a study hall before school. They also made short talks
to the eighth and ninth grades encouraging the students to aspire to the four-fold standards of the
At the fall tapping ceremony, five seniors and five juniors were taken into the society. At the
spring ceremony two seniors and two juniors were tapped.
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l.efl lr, riglzt: A. B. Pearson. Martha Hester. ,limmie Briggs. Bobby Vlfalker. Alvin Jenkins, Dick Jennrette, Ormond
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Slack, Hrs. llosley, Frances Chase. Calvin Koonce. Bob Smith, I Qqbh , I M t D
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Frances Chase, secretary, and Bobby Walker, treasurer. The officers during the spring term were
Edith Winslow, president, Dick Jenrette, vice president, Anna Slack, secretary, and Ormond Sander-
The members are Frances Chase, Martha Hester, A. B. Pearson, Kathleen Perry, Bobby Ann
Powell, Nell Rankin, Ormond Sanderson, Anna Slack, Bob Smith, and Edith Winslow, seniors, and
jimmy Briggs, Eunice Floyd, Alvin Jenkins, Dick Jenrette, Calvin Koonce, Jimmy Nicholson, and
Bobby Walker, juniors. The adviser of the chapter is Mrs. W. J. Hosley.
EEDHADI BROUGHTO. BAND
THE BAND d h d
, un er t e irection of Millard Burt, took part in many activities during the school year. The
members traveled to practically all the out of town football games and played at all the home games.
Several of the band members were participants in the All-State Band which performed in Greenville
in March. Only the most outstanding players were allowed to play in this concert.
There was a concert given at the Memorial Auditorium to raise money for new uniforms in the latter
part of March. This project was supported by the Raleigh Junior Chamber of Comerce and the students
of the two high schools.
Four Broughton band members were designated to participate in the annual North Carolina State
Music Festival which was held in Greensboro in April. The participants were as follows: Clay Crisp,
French horn, Neal O'Neal, cornetg Tommy Matthews, lcellog Vlfoodson Lynn, snare drum.
First row: .loe Beach, Ned Ruggles, Ann Henson, D. A. Bergeron, Barbara Jones, Mack Campbell, Dick Mitchell
Leon lordan, Billy 'Watkins, Benjy Ivey Joe T' ll S " '
. , erre . econd role. .lo Ann LaRue, Betty Lou Jones, Carey Holliday?
Charles Doby, Vernon Harrill, Dicky Tippett, Helen Rhodes, Dick Beach, John McAllister, Grace Wyatt, Clay
Crisp, Ralph Liles, .loe Neal Ward, Joe Pollard, Henry Lewis, Oscar Taylor, Billy Lee, Bobby Cutts, Bill Hobbs.
Third row: Woodson Lynn. Karl Stuart, Carl Bell, Bobby Core, Bromley Sutton, Eddie Randolph, Neal 0,Neal, Jeannie
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THE NEEDHAM B. BROUCHTON High School
Clee Club. directed by Miss Katherine Cooper,
was composed of sixty-hve members. This group
participated in many chapel programs, including
the annual Christmas program in which they
the direction of Fhederick Sthniliey Smith. This
group combined With the band in March and
gave agconcert at the Memorial Auditorium. The
Cl me 'pafso spent a Bay in isoitthern Rinks
wh re were presented in,txvdfco1ice1'f'tsl,iTheiy
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Firsl I'U1l,'.' Fav Hill, Patsye Farthing, Dot Bray, Frances Chase,
Sinitluleal, Ann Turnbull, Patsy Ziegler, Dora Ann Cooper,
Sara Woodall, Susanne lves, Pat Frederickson. Second row:
Ranilolph Trull, Mary l.ouise Hines, Monty Fitzgerald, Janie
llunt, Camille Turner, Barbara Sibley, Betty Shields. Third
Bobbie Lee llpchurcli, Margie Hardy, Sarah Wilson. Betty
li'llllt'llIiC Forrest Frances Britt, Cordon Middleton. Miss
Dena Brown, Emily Richie, Mary Lloyd Stallings, Ann
Charlotte T'aylor, Alice Mae Young, Doris Atkinson,
Betty Ann Everett, Betty Ward Maness, Becky Smith,
Pierce, Margaret Jones, Doris Clement, Sarah Ann
rote: Dottie Woodard, Shirley Sorrell, Joyce Sapp,
Trentman, Ruth Ann Simmons. Mable Champion,
Cooner. Fourth row: .lo Anne Liles. Frances McConnell,
l.iicr+-lia Gift, Mairy Wliisiiant. Eva Whitley, Bobby iWalker, Ft-Anas Cox, Jack Robertson, Vernon Thompson, Robin
Sci-o-ws. john Dt-Vogt. Fifth row: R. B. Wilmer. George Williams, Hurbert Rhodes, Robert Cooper. Mary Rose Smith,
,limmy Lineberger, Bobby Hunter. Douglas Pruden, Gene Little, Luke Forrest, ,lohn O'Davis. i ,A E, ,Q
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sang parts of "The Messiah." 4'The Cay Nineties
Revtief' presented on February eighth, was a
successful production. ln May the chorus gave
its spring concert with Barbara Marley as the
Many students in the music department sang
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were invited to sing for The Institute of Religion
and for many of the civic clubs, they also par-
ticipated in numerous radio broadcasts.
Ollicers of the Broughton Glee Club were
Dorothy Bray, president, Bee Gatling, vice pres-
ident, Pat Farthing, secretary, Frances Chase,
treasurer, and Jackie Jernigan, reporter.
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Buddy Johnston, Sally Ruffin, Mary MCQuade, Julianne Perry. Miss Cooper. Adviser. Third l'0Il',' John Lehman,
Bob Summers, E. B. Smith, Charles Morgan.
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The Art Club was organized for the first time play of the paintings was given for the memhers
in the fall. It met every lwo weeks with promi- of the faculty and the student hody.
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Sketehing of real life was doneg a few of the
Betty Battle. vice president and treasurerg and
members did oil paintings. In the spring a dis-
Sally Rullin, see1'eta1'y.
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Left to right: Armecia Eure. Gladys Greene, Sabre Ives, Julia
, e Anne Perry, Annie Taylor, John C. Williams. John
Senter, Jack Stephenson, and A. B. Pearson.
SENIOR GIRL RESERVES
As a Girl Reserve l will try to be
G racious in manner
I mpartial in judgment
R eady for service
L oyal to friends
R eaching toward the best
E arnest in purpose
S eeing the beautiful
E ager for knowledge
R everent to God
V ictorious over self
E ver dependable
S incere at all times
President . . .
Vice President .
Secrelary . . .
Treasurer . . .
Pzzblicily . .
.Social . .
. Martha Hester
. Anne Arendell
. Frances Chase
. Pat Farthing
. Sabra Ives
. . Anna Slack
. Nancy Copley
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Betty lean Caviness
Music . . Julia Anne Perry
Service ........ Bettye Harris
1'nter-Club Council Representative
Mrs. Paul Sumner
HIGHLIGHTS OF THE YEAR:
Barn dance in fall
February ball at Y.W.C.A., that card dance!
Joint meetings with Junior Club
Installation of new otlicers in May
The Senior girl Reserve Club, composed of
eleventh and twelfth grade girls, had the largest
enrollment in its history. Being a part of the
Y.VV.C.A. it shares in the big purpose of that
organization. The symbol of the club is a blue
triangle Within a circle. The triangle represents
the ideal of three-fold development of mind,
body, and spirit. The circle stands for the World-
wide interests and connections of the Girl
SENIOR GIRL RESERVES
First row, left to right: Sabra Ives, Nell Rankin, Anna Slack, Nancy Copley, Betty Jean Caveness, Martha Hester.
Frances Chase, Patsy Farthing, Bettye Harris, Julia Perry, Dorothy Bray, Anne Arendell. Second ro1t'.' Mrs.
Paul Sumner, Virginia Lynch, Emma Martin. Frances Wtioflall, Armecia Eure. Mary Moody, Eleanor Cothran, Nancy
Norwood, Betty Anne Yowell, Virginia Waldrop, Anne Strickler, Barbara Moore, Barbara Marley, Frances Cox,
Eva Whitley, Elsie Martin. Third row: Dot Wyatt, Beverly Moody, Helen Joyce Bell, Nancy Covington, Cecelia
Cone, Edith King, Bobby Anne Powell. Arminta Whitley, .lo Ann Stewart, Jean Denbo, Marjorie Story, Jean
Penny, Janet Newton, Barbara Parish. Nancy Blackard, Kathleen Perry, Evelyn Vereen.
First row, left ro right: Ann Homes, Jean Kisler, Caryl'on Gore. Kliary Lou Clifton. Sara Holland, Ann Keller, Ann
Paschal, Patricia Lawrence, Mary McQuade, Betty Smith, Naline Thompson, Janet Stager. Second row: Ruffin
Morgan, Jean Barbour, Doris McKinney, Mary Cfullill, Ann Gupton, Barbara Schmidt. Lona Jones, Helen Rhodes,
.Marjorie Moore, Doris Ashby, Virginia Page, Emelia Kutschinski, Bobbie Lee Rogers. Emily Rhodes, Peggy Powers,
.loenna Wilson, Dolores Primm. Third row: Janet Newton, Carolyn Ellington, Mary Flag Ward, Margarite Burton,
Annie Taylor, Eunice Floyd, Emma Jean Minshew, Margaret Cooper, Sally Young, Edith Winslow, Alice Lee Terry,
Helen Apple, Mildred Clark. Fourth row: Adelaide Hanes, Edna Earl Williams, Julia Mae Jones, Myrtle Lemon,
Virginia Mitchell, Margaret Jones, Frances McConnell, Betty Ann Everett, Anne Winslow, Dot Woodward.
To find and give the best
To face life squarely
Building the tomorrow
HIGHLIGHTS or THE YEAR:
Light for builders-the beautiful recognition
Blue prints for builders-Girl Reserve code
Spring prom for buildersefthat grand dance!
Food, fun, fellowship-club supper at 'LYW
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. May Stone
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. . Polly Hendrix
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Mary Louise Hines
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The Broughton Junior Girl Reserve Club with
its 150 nienibers from the ninth and tenth grades
had the distinction of being the largest club in
the state. The club is a part of the Y.W.C.A. and
shares in its big purposes.
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First row: Nancy Strailman. Barbara Marley. Annie Taylor, Emelia Kutschinski. Anna Slock. Bobby Xi f",
Pat Farthing. Presimlentg Pete Cattis, Treasurer: Ormond Sanderson, Sergeant-at-ArmsQ Bobby Vyonililc. 'ea '
row: Doris Mcliinny, 'Vice Presidenlg ,lanet Newton. Anne Holmes. Tlrirfl rouy' Mrs. ,l. .l. SZ1lIIlll 'lSf'I'Q
Frances Chase, Barbara Schmidt, Bessie Lee Humphries, Shirley Browning, Gladys 5II'1'f'I4'. Bobbie Thonipson. lfelilh
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First row: Carey Mumford, .limmy llesane, Mary Flag Ward. Nancy Norwood. Anne Arendell. Betty Ann Yowell.
Norma Wetmore, Tommy Barnett, Clotilde Crow, Gladys Formyduval. Second rozv: Jimmy Nicholson, Mary Cutlili.
Jean Anderson, Betty Smith, Martha Stough, Ann Barnes, Frances Smith, Pat Batchelor, Betty L. Smith, Anne
Woodward, Mary McQuade, Dorothy Humphreys. Third rozr: Virginia Waldrop, Marie Lamplcin. Elsie Martin.
Miriam Johnson, Boss Lampe. Fourth row: Sidney Koonce. O. C. Pennington, William Taylor. Ernest Phillips,
Bobby Walke1', John McAllister, Robert Broome, Mable Champion, Mrs. J. J. Sandling, Martha ,lo Sedberry, Charles
George, Wilford Holt.
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THE Puaeosti bf the spatmsh Club, 'tLos
iAmigos,',' is to foster an appreciation of the
background, the social customs, and the tradi-
tions of the Spanish-speaking peoples of Spain,
Latin America, and our own Spanish southwest.
American Day, April 14, and a banquet climaxed
the year's activities.
Ollicers for the first and second semesters were
Presidents: Jean Minshew, Mary 1 Lee Jones,
SECOND YEAR SPANISH CLUB
First' row, left to righl: Mary Mcfjuade, Bessie Humphreys, Alice Spencer, Lois Newton, Frances Savage. Armecia
Eure, Eleanor Cothran. Vivian Ellis, Nancy Copley, Helen Rhodes. Ser-oinfl rom: Nurry Nixon, Gene Dembo, Nancy
Root. Portia Butler. Mary Lee Jones. Bettye Harris. Eleanor Senter, Jean Minshew, Lorraine Guyton, Arminta
Whitley, Mrs. Ladu. Thirrl row: Jimmy Crosby, William Peebles, David Woodruff. Ann Doar, Anne Grinnells,
John Williams. Peggy Powers, Margaret Cooper. Fourih row: Zack Bacon. Pat Schell, A. B. Pearson, Gentry
Jenkins. Jimmy Lineherger. Carl Jess. Eugene Ferrell, Charles Higgason, Burns Porter. Bill Smith, Carlyle Campbell,
Rex Eatmon, Tommy Matthews, Jimmy Lambert.
Programsithis year have included songs, games,
plays, reports, motion-picture films, slides, and
guest-speakers who have traveled or lived in Latin
An assembly program presented for Pan
Jack Gordon, Bessie Humphreys, Dick Jenrette,
Tom Smiley, and Billy Taylor.
Vice Presidents: Doris Green, Betty Jean
Caveness, Imogene Denbo, Armecia Eure, Bill
Pleasants, Dot Woodward, and Geraldine Fields.
THE SPAN1 'II CLL B
Secretaries: Julia Perry, Jean lVlinshew, John A. B. Pearsoii, Norina Pitts, Jinnny Briggs, Jose-
Vifillianis, lniogene Denho, Barbara Parrish, l3'hmC Bwvks, and JUG Llafk-
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Eatinan, Carl Jess, Wfilliani Peebles, Jack Steph-
Treasurers: Eleanor Senter, Gladys Creene,
enson, John Senter, and Doris Ashby.
First row, left to right: Bobby Core, Tommy Gunter, Bohhy Lee Rogers. Carolyn Core, Ann Cupton. Patricia
Lawrence, Margie Storey, Mary Jane Keller, Ann Paschal, Jo Brooks, Mrs. Ladu, Adviser. Secmzd' row: Oscar
-Williams, Adelaide Haynes, Joanne Wilstin, Margie Moore. Doris Ashby, Virginia Page, Barbara Schreffier. Nancy
Blaekard, Cecelia Cone, Mary Moody, Janet Stager, Nalene Thompson. Tliirrl wir: Joe Clark. John Senler,
Eugene Pickett, Bill Galt, Marguerite Burton, Carolyn Ellington, Helen Bell, Beverly Moody, Barhara Parish. Fourth.
row: Billy Taylor, Bill Pleasants, Robert Ammons, Dick Jeneretle. Eugene Eennell. Jack Stevenson. Clyde Erwin. Jim
Streeter, Jenny Fields, Dot 'Woodward, Anne Winslow. Filth rnlr: Billy Burgess, Eddie Riggles, L. T. Wadsworth,
Jimmy Briggs, Billy Dehnam, Tom Smiley, Alvin Jenkins, John Sexton.
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President: DICK JENRE'r'rE Sugeant at Arms' JACK INGLE
Vice President: FRANK MCGHEE Adviser: Miss HELEN RUNNION
First row: Lucretia Gift. Anne Paschal. Ann Holmes. Bill Cope, John Senter, Leslie Evans. E. B. Smith. Second
row: Bob Summers, Margaret Pearce, Patsy Troll, James Carter, John Hunter. Anne Taylor. Josephine Brooks.
Third row: Robert Ammons, Paul Thornburg. Billy Burgess, Billy Galt, Eunice Blair Floyd, Margie Moore, Gladys
Streeter, Mary Lee Jones. Jo Ann Wilson, Cecelia Cone, Nancy Covington, Helen Joyce Bell.
First row: Frank McGhee, Jack Ingle, Betty Rose Harris, Bobbie Lee Rogers, Emily Rhodes, Barbara Schreffler,
Doris Ashby, Pete Gattis, Gladys Formyduval. Second row: Jimmy Nicholson, Margaret Cooper, Sabra Ives, Erneha
Kutschinski. Anne Arendall, Mary Flagg Ward, Barbara Parrish. Third row: Eddie Riggle, Tommy Allen. Ryan
Bashford, Charles Conn. Mable Champion, Nancy Blackard, Charles George, Ann Winslow, Billy Debnam, Dot
Woodward, Pat Hicks, Eleanor Knoe, Anne Gupton, Dick Jenrette.
THE REBELS OF THE STARS AND BARS
MOTTO: "Non Semper Paratus" Grand Dragon: OSCAR WILLIAMS
OFFICERS: Grand Titan: EUGENE PICKETT
Grand Wizard: BILL PLEASANTS Adviser: Miss HELEN RUNNION
MOTTO: "Nanquam Liboroum Servi" A Vice President: BILLY Buizoisss
. Secretary: ANNIE TAYLOR
OFFICERS- Sergeant-at-Arms: JOHN SEN'rI-,R
President: BILL COPE Adviser: MISS HEI.EN RUNNION
First row, left to right: Eugene Pickett, Bill Pleasants, Oscar Williams Second row: Billy Dunlap, W. E. Rouse,
Sidney Koonce, William Rowland, Barbara Erlandson, Mary McQuade, Virginia Page, Jean Kistler, Nalene Thomp-
son, John Coffee. Billy Taylor. Joe Christian. Third row: Bobby l-lessinger. Joe Morgan, La Vern Wilmer Frances
Cox, Bobb W lk Cl t'lcl ff ' '
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First row. left to right: Barbara Moore, Anne Strickler. Clay Crisp, Tommy Guter, Clarence Gill, Joe Clark, Alvin
Jenkins, Billy Stone, Robert Williamson. Second row: Thynd Betts, Anne Woodward, Martha Stough, Marge Story, ,,f
Iona Jones. Myrtle Lemon. Miriam Johnson. Third row: Bobby Hassenger, Charles George, Charlie Conn, 1-if
Geraldine Fields, Billy Mills, Janet Newton, Clyde Erwin. Bobby Gore, Eugene Ferrell. I pe- Q
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President: Louis POOLE
Vice President: NEAL O'NEAL
Secretary: CAREY MUMFORD
Treasurer: HELEN APPLE
Sergeant-at-Arrns: BOBBY DEYTON
Program Chairman: CARL DUNCAN
Adviser: Mas. PAUL SUMNER
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First rozr: Pat Lawrence, Carolyn Core. Beverly Moody, Irene Holloway. Marguerite Bum Mary Cutliff, Kenneth
Wfinston. Nancy Norwood, John McAllister. ,limmy Pike. Second row: ,lack Thomas, Hazel Stratton, Carolyn Elling-
ton. Mary Louisc Murray. Third mic: ,lack Stevenson, Dot Brav. Marie Lampkin. Elsie Martin, Julia Jones. Patricia
liachlor, ,lean Penny. John Sexton. Tyler Wadsworth. Fenner Watkins, O. C. Pennington. Fourth row: Owen
Morgan, Lloyd Brannon, Burt Moore, Eddie Clement, Jimmy Briggs, Cary Muse, Louis Poole, Tommy Jones.
THE FOUNDING of the history club, which
was dubbed '6Vox Populif was met with much
enthusiasm by all of its members. Since the hrst
meeting on October 26, 1945, they have gained
much information from the bi-monthly programs
which have included quizzes, short talks, debates,
and discussions of current affairs.
The club adopted a constitution which was
drawn up by: Neal O,Neal, Carey lVlLllHfO1'Cl, Otis
Moran, James Crawford, and Louis Poole.
The members leave the club with the hope that
their successors will continue and develop it to
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-1 W OFFICERS:
President: PATRICIA LAURENC15: Sergeant-at-Arms: IRENE HoLLowAY i
Vice President: KENNETH WINSTON Reporter: Joi-IN SEXTON Al' I "
Secretary-Treasurer: NANCY Nonwoon Program Charimcm: Joi-:N MCALLISTER
Adviser: MRS. PAUL SUIVINER
First row: Virginia Walclrop, Jean Anderson. Otis Moran, l-lelen Apple. Neal O'Neal, Cary Mumford. Louis Poole.
Betty Crocker, Billy Minis. Second row: .limmy Lesame, Charles Telnple. Bohhy Deyton. Avery Upchurch, Billy Taylor.
Nancy Strailman, Barbara Schmidt. Edna Earl Williams, Coleue House, Nlary ,lane Keller, Connie Fonnslock. Mildred
Clark, Dot Garrett, Florence Howell. Wheeler Howell. Third rolcf l'XilDI'IIlEl Wetmore. Carl Duncan. Be-lty Ann Yowell.
Calvin Koonce, .lames Crawford. Mrs. Sunnner.
SINCE MAINTAININC interest in American
history was the purpose of this cluh, meetings
were held every other Friday. Programs were
composed of travel talks, quizzes, and '4Truth or
was Mrs. Lillian
formation of the
the featured speakers
Vlfallace, a teacher at
Wallace spoke on the
representative of the
F.l3.l. On these and on other special occasions
the members were servccl refreshments.
A constitution was drawn up hy a group of
appointed niembers. This constitution stated
the purpose of the cluh. the fluties of the officers,
antl the regulations concerning collection of clues.
We hope that the success of our cluh will he
continued in future American history clubs.
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THl lA'llN CLUBS t y t k SEVENTH PE D
during the class periods to study the social life, CHARLES BAR, AM President
the customs, and habits of the Roman people. JACKIE JER JAN i Vice President
The programs were 'made more interesting BARBARA' 13 ,IEL U A ' Secretary
' through the use oi Latin songs, plays, talks, and JOHN NICH' LSON I i . Treasurer
J V! contests. 'lhe Club motto is: Possunt quia posse GEORGE! Ami A B, ,58,,gwnl-at-Anns
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N-E vl hr SECOND YEAR OFFICERS
J ,, SIXTH Piiaionr EIGH' j PE Dr
J A It ' - MARY THOMAS . . . President CHA ESil CDONALD . . President
J 1 PHYLLIS KELLY . . Vice President MVA K DY . . . Vice President
' BEE GATLING . . . Secretary B A J LINNEKIN . Secretary
BOBBY MIDGETT . . . . Treasurer l Y TONE . . . . Treasurer
BOBBY Wicciivs . . 5e1-geanz-at-Arms ARl N BRANNON .Sergeant-at-Arnzs
X. I First rot left to right: Dennis Cox, Stephen Kenny, Dot ohn , Martha Bell, Catherine Bickle, Nancy Bobbilt,
- Barbara dlwlogers, Jean Denny, John O. Davis. Amelia Bar r, j McMaster, Virginia Mowry, Nancy Hobbs, Eloise
S Fritz, Adrian Eller, Jenny Lynn. Second row: Harold Blu' Ro d Stubbs, John Duncan, David Hobinson,.Robin
' N Scroggs, Jo Anne Rawlings, Mattie Rouse, Anne Tur ball. eggy Jeares, Louise George. Jane Grey, Marilyn Moore,
' N' Ethel Bonner, Patricia Frederickson. Third row: Ann ' ppher, Myron Banks, Anne Smithfield, Jane Lily, Jo Anne
X ' LaRue. Fourth roir: Charles Parks. Patsy Andrew arah Bosse, Betty Lou Jones, Jean Penny, Anne Deyton,
, Anne Simpson, Rosella Standard, Juliette Fulgham. 'arolyn Evans, Mildred Rhodes, Julia Jones. Standing: Nell
XJ, Baughm, Arvenia Howell. Fifth row: Mrs. Fletch r, arroll Weathers, Carl Garrison, Beth Floyd, John Bedmon, Betty
X, Trentman, Jo Anne Blanks, Sarah Wilson, Betty , Anne Southern, Jo Anne Stuart, Tommy Ashcraft, Alma Brig-
sl man, Mary Daniels. Miss Strother, Howard Ca n. Seventh trout: B. B. Wilmer, Dick Beech, Eddie Askew, George
" R Williams, Joe Ward, Pat Caveness, James Coad, mes Harding, Myrtle Lemon, Alice Young, Elsie Macon, Janet
0 EQ Keever. Ann Kelly, Betsy Phillips, Margaret Pearson, Grace Doar, John Anderson, Hugh Edsall. Eighth row: Dan
' Blake, Bob Terry, Ham Godwin, Jerry Cave-ness, Robert Marshburn, Ewart Easterling, Ned Buggies, Wallis Smith,
0lJlJY Meacham, Willis Smith, Merritt Jones, Bobby Meecham, Murray Booker, George Bell, Frank Daniels, Dick
Summers, Lynn McDavid, Hunter Wociclall, Bobby Marshall, Elton Adams.
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ROBIN SGROGGS . .
ELo1sE FRITZ . . .
DENNIS Cox . .
MYRON BANKS .
DAXID ROBINSON .
JEAN DENNY . .
FRANK MGGHEE .
.IOHN DAVIS . .
JEANNIE LYNN .
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. . . Treasurer
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. . . President
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. . . Treasurer
. . . President
. . Vice President
NANCY I-IOBBS .
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ADRIENNE ELLER . .... Treasurer
JIIVIMYNANGE . . . Sergeant-ar-Arms
VIRGINIA CEILIIIAM . . . President
BETTY lVlCNIASTER . . Vice President
AIvIEI,IA HARBOUR . .... Secretary
NA NCY BOBBITT .
ROLAND STUBLES .
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MARTHA VVOOIIERY . . President
HAROLD RHODES . . Vice President
BARBARA ROGERS . . . Secretary
DAVID EVANS . . . . Treasurer
JOHN DUNCAN .... Sergeant-al-Arms
MISS INIELISSA STROTHER ' Club Advisgrs
MRS. J. E. FLETCHER 1
First row, left to right: Sally Ruffin, Red BarlIam, Charles MacDonald, Barbara Linnekin,
Faucette, Mary Thomas, Peggy Stuart, Milly Lou Wyatt, Marianne Kirkpatrick. Second row:
son, Joy Morton, Shirley Fox, Rebecca Smith, Barbara Daniels, Frances Britt, Sarah Hunt,
Patsy Trnll. Third row: Polly Hendricks, Ruth Simmons, Barbara Ballinger, Eliza Chipley, Barbara Beale, Joyce
Grey, Betty Anne Howe, Mary Gilbert, Mary Garrison, Nancy Upchurch, Betty Maness, Josephine Woodward, Virginia
Ward, Peggy Woodall, Mary Jo Shaw, Bobby Yancy, Ager Wilson. Fourth row: Sue Burdette, Mary Rose Smith,
Carolyn Crowder, Ernestine Nance, Mary Kennedy, Rachel Pace, Peggy Evans, Warrert Brannon. Nancy Fairley,
Sarah Hartsock, Mary Lou! Driver, Johnsy Beaman, Gordon Middleton, Barbara Sibley, Barbara Jobe, Luke Hill,
Fay Hill, Ruth Lineberry. Janie Pearce, Miss Strother. Bobby Wiggins, Bill Clement. Fifth row: Jackie Jernigan,
Norma Neville, Ann McKinsey. Billy Broach, George Paulson, Bobby Bailey, Tommy Steed, ,Joe Beach, Charles
Wooten, Barbara Adams, Kathleen Perry, Joe Maddox, Charles Morris, Bobby Midgette, Harold Newman.
Sue Coltrane, Katherine
Benjy Ivy, John Nichol-
Nell Sims. May Stone,
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Mary Cene Garrison. Mary Frances Gill: rt. Ruth Ann Si1HITl"TlS. Eliza Chiplev. Rose Marie Hughes. Dorothy' John-
son, 59701111 ran-5 John Nicholson. Faye 'ill. Luke Hill. Ju Anne Liles. Ernesline Nance. Patricia Whitford. Sue
Coltrane. Betty Ward Maness. Norma eville. Ann Mcliinzie. Barbara Uallenger. Sarah Jean Heartsock. Tlzirrl
ron: Bobby lligette. Warren Bronnon. harles Morris. Wiilliarn Teague. Mary Rose Smith. Katherine Faucette.
Mary Kennedy. Nancy Lipchurch. Mary ou Driver. Ann Barnes. Rachel Pace. Barbara Jobe. Fourllz rozv: Judson
Smith. Sonny Thorn. Charlee Caddy. T Illmf' Steed. Carolyn Crowder. Polly Hendricks. Su urdette. Jackie Jerni-
gan. Barbara .-Xdams. Nancy Fairley. lnr Ruth Woodruff.
.rUN1oR DR.Cgll.EiO'J'iCS CLI B
THE NEWLY-ORGANIZISD Junior Drainatics K
Club elected the following ollicers for the year J
1945-1016: a - Z ,ay Ulf V
Presz'fIe11t.- JACK Roninrsox , J. ' Q Secrelmy wi LILES
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THE LIBRARY STAFF was composed of Norma
Pitts, presidentg Eleanor Nock, vice presidentg
Anna Slack, secretaryg Nell Rankin. treasurerg
Earl Bradley. sergeant-at-arms, Miss Nancy
Burge, librariang Tommy Jones, Ethel Pearce.
,Iannie Smith, ,lean Kistler, Betty Lou Hamilton.
Edith King, Gwen McGhee, Frances McConnell.
Colene House, Bill Galt, Julian Harris, Gladys
Green, Hazel Stratton, lna Ruth Woodruff, and
Vivian Truelove. Dick Mitchell and Speedy
Nlassenburg joined the staff during the spring
Library assistants look after details of library
management. They keep the circulation desk
before. during. and after school. charging books.
collecting overdues. writing and delivering
notices about reserve and overdue books. and
making out bills and receipts.
During the year the staff entertained the faculty
and parents of the members of the Library Club
at a Book Week tea where part of the 1100 new
books were on display. ln the spring. they
helped with the preparation for the biennial
meeting of the .Xorth Carolina Library As-
Left to right: Jillian Harris. Gwen 1lcCl1ee. Bettie Lou Hamilton. Gladys Greene. Tonnny Jones. Nlary Ruth Yowe.
Ethel Pearce. Vivian Truelove. lna Ruth Wloodrufii. ,lanie Smith. Billy Galt. Edith King. Hazel Stratton. Coleen
House, .lean Kistler. Frances McConnell. Earl Bradley. Nell Rankin. Eleanor Nook. Norma Pitts. Anna Slack. Bliss
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THIS YEAR has been an especially fortunate
one for the Broughton Little Theater because of
the increased membership of the club. One
hundred and forty junior and senior members of
the club have enjoyed a series of interesting pro-
grains of one-act plays, initiation skits, and make-
up demfinstrations. in addition to several interest-
ing speakers from the Raleigh Little Theater.
A group of Little Theater members presented
an original skit entitled Mlt Could Happen To
Youi' to the Parent-Teacher Association at an
early fall meeting.
oliver Since Evei' a three-act comedy by
Florence Ryerson and Colin Clements, was pre-
sented by the Little Theater on December 7 to a
On February 21, Anne Arendell, Doris Green,
Bobby Duke, Lona Jones, Carlyle Campbell,
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First rozc. left to right: Ann Arendt-ll, Mary Alice Spivey. Luna Jones. Nlrs. Joyner. Ai-nieeia
Eure, La Verne Harris, Doris Creen. Seroml mic: Carlyle Campbell. Het-rge Smith. Buddy
Johnston. Gene Nc-al, Bobby Duke. John l.ehinan, .lulian Harris.
George Smith, and LrlVerne Harris were taken
into the Golden Masquers, an honorary dramatic
society. Members from last year are Arinecia
Eure, Gene Neal, Buddy Johnston, Mary Alice
Spivey, John Lehman, ancl Smiley Harris.
"Western Night" was presented hy this or-
ganization in the Easten North Carolina Drama
Festival at Colclslioro, lVIarch 212' and 23.
The year's activity of the club was concluded
by a spring banquet.
LITTLE T I I E A TE R
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First row: Billy Cralitree. Mary Alice
Spivey. Mrs. O. K. Joyner. Adviser. Second
mic: Charles Higgason, Doris Green.
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First row. left to right: Jimmy Nicholson, Dot Wyatt, Frances Chase, Martha Hester, Doris McKinney, Dick Jenrette.
Mr. I. L. Baker. Second row: Tom Guin, Bob Smith, Anne Arendell, Betty Anne Yowell, Eunice Floyd, Jo Ann
UILL AND SCROLL
'MQlflLL AND SCRCl,L.'A an international
honorarv society for high school journalists.
was chartered at Keedhani Broughton High
School in the SSW7 Cafeteria, February 20.
1946, with twelve lIlGll1lJ6'l'S of the Hi-Times staff
being tapped. The Josephus Daniels Chapter is
the name selectefl for the local organization.
in some phase of journalistic or creative en-
rleavorg and he must have been recommended
hy the adviser as well as bv the executive secre-
tarv of the national organization.
Charter Inemlners are Martha Hester, ,lo Ann
Stewart. Dorothy Wy'att. Betty Anne Yowell,
Doris Mc-Kinnev. Bob Smith. limmv Nicholson.
Frances Chase. Anne Arenclell. Dick Jenrette,
Eunice Floyd. and Thomas Guin.
l. L. Baker, faculty adviser. is also a life
niemlxer of 'iQuill and Scroll?
Membership is hasecl on the following re-
quirements: a cancliclate must he of junior stand-
ingg he must he in the upper third of the class
acaclemicallv and must have clone superior work
First row: Miss Grimn, Bill Taylor. Otis Moran. Bill Cope, Bill Smith, Kenneth Winston. O. C. Pennington. Eugene
Pickett, Jimmy Lineberger. Second row: Bobby Gore. Lona Jones, Eva Whitley. Charles Higgerson. Ann Woodard.
Barbara Moore, Eleanor Senter, La Verne Harris, John Hunter, Clyde Erwin, Cecil Hodge. Third row: Paul West,
John McAllister, Charles Hamilton, Lorraine Guyton, Emma Martin. Bobby Deyton, Eleanor Cothran. Nell Rankin,
Eunice Floyd, Blaire Floyd, Anna Slack, Anne Grinnells, Carl Duncan. Helen Hilton, Bob Smith, Joe Morgan.
PUBLIC SPEAKING CLUB
Pl'l'SI'llf'llff CH,xI:I.Es Hiccxsox Sevrclary.' LORRAINE GUITON
litre Presz'rIen1.- Boom DEYTON Sergearzt-nl-Arms: BILL SMITH
. A1Iuz'.ser: IWISS HAZEL GRIFFIN
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THE Hl-Y CLUB is sponsored by the Young
Menls Christian Association. The purpose of
the Club is to Create, maintain. and extend high
standards of Christian character throughout the
school and Community.
The club has been very active this year help-
gave their lives while serving in the armed lorees,
was presented to the school.
The two social high-lights of the year came
in lVlarch. The Hi-Y' minstrel was presented
March 22, and the annual dance was given
First l'01t', left 0 right: Bob Summers, John Charles wlllll31I1S, Sam Cothran. Speedy Nlassenluirg, Dick lllitcfllell. .lavli
Thomas, Bicky Morris, Mr. Danclerlake. Second row: Gene Neal. Louis Voole., Jimmy Lesane. Bill Smith. Charles
Hamilton, Bob Smith, Jim Streeter. Tlzfrrl r0'1i'.' Zack Bacon, Donald Jones. Bert X11-ore, A. H. Pearson, Charles
Higgason, John Senter, Billy Baise. I'l0III'l'.Il rozr: Pat Schell. Bobby Duke. Hex Eatnion. ,Jimmy Linelwerger. Julian
Harris, Jimmy Crosby, Burns Porter. Bob Deyton, Calvin Koonee, Jack Cordon, Buck Pruden, Eugene Ferrell. Billy
Crabtree, Carl James.
ing the school and city in their respective carn-
paigns. It has helped keep order in the school
halls and Cafeteria. At Christmas the Hi-Y gave
flood to a poor family. It also collected toys and
clothes which were given to the needy.
A plaque, dedicated to the Broughton boys who
The ollicers are Hex ljatnron, president, A. B.
Pearson, vice presidentg Pat Schell, secretary,
John Charles Williams, sergeant-at-arms, Charles
Higgason, reporter. Mr. Dandelake is the
Dor XVYATT, Editor
BUCK PRUDEN, Busilzess Mazinger
E E ATIPAC
THE 1946 LATIPAC staff was divided into two
groups-the editorial staff and the business staff.
The editorial staff consisted of Dot Wyatt, editor-
in-chiefg Bob Smith, sports editorg Sara Holland,
Doris lVlcKinney, and Alice Spencer, who wrote
the characteristics of the seniors, Edith Wirislow,
Bobby Ann Powell, Betty Jean Caveness, Anna
Slack, Nell Rankin, Kathleen Perry, Bettye Har-
ris, Nurry Ann Nixon, and Virginia Lynch, re-
portsg and Mrs. Judson lVl. Kneece, adviser. Buck
Pruden, business manager, with lVliss Laura
Helen Paschal to help him as adviser, took Care
of the business matters. Emma Martin, advertis-
ing manager, was in charge of the important
job of soliciting for advertisements.
First row. left ro right: Alice Spencer. Betty Jean Caveness. Nell Rankin. Sflpllll row: Sara Holland, Nurry Aim
Nixon, Dot Wyatt. Bettye Harris, Anna Slack. Tlzird l'0ll'.' Kathleen Perry. Virginia Lynch, Bobby Ann Powell.
lfnzzrllz rozr: Bobbie Thompson. Edith NVinslow.
irst rorzc: Mary Lou
The editor-in-chief and business manager were
elected by the Senior Class in October. WO1'k
was begun on the advertisements before the
Christmas holidays. The merchants of Raleigh
helped finance this 1946 edition of the LATIPAC
by buying space for advertisements which may be
found in the back of this book.
The first big job was getting the pictures
made, which, for the first time in several years,
third period, beginning in February and con-
tinuing until we went to press. These persons
working on senior characteristics looked into
the history of each seniorg the senior statistics
were gathered, and then the typists were put to
work. Bob produced some good sports articles.
Reporters contacted the clubs for information
about their activities during the year, and Edith
and Bobbie proof-read the articles. Everybody
Clifton, Frances Woodall,
Julia Ann Perry, Patsy
Trull. Helen Hilton. Sec-
oml row: Alice Spencer,
Nurry Ann Nixon, Emma
Martin, Rufhn Morgan.
Lois Newton, Eleanor
Cothran, Armecia Eure.
Eleanor Senter. Third
row: Bicky Morris, Pat
Schell, Buck Pruden,
Charles Hamilton, Carlyle
Campbell. Fourth rofw:
Bobby M o r ri s o n, Dick
Mitchell, ,lulan Harris,
Jimmy Lineberger. Speedy
Masenburg, Jimmy Crosby,
was not difficult, nor was there a shortage of
materials. Torrence Studios of Salisbury again
agreed to take our pictures. Several days were
spent in getting the individual junior and senior
pictures and the club pictures made. When they
had been developed and sent back to the school,
the editorial staff identified the people in the
The editorial staff met every Tuesday at the
worked at top speed to meet the deadline. Only
after the engravers had received our pictures and
the printers were setting our copy, were we able
So, you see, the staff has done its best to
prepare a yearbook that will be a sym ol of ' 1 l
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Evans, Betty Lou Hamilton, Jean Leonard. Second row:
Spencer. Nurry Nixon, Anne Doar, Lois Newton, Betty
Patsy Trull. Third rozr: .lose-ph Hancock. Helen Hilton,
Dick Jenrette. Carey Murnford, Jimmy Nicholson. Jane
Julia Anne Perry, Frances Chase, Bettve Harris, Eunice
Anne Arendall. Doris McKinney. Armecia Eure, Lillian
Bill Smith, jimmy Crosby. Sam Cothran, Sara Holland, Alice
Anne Yowell, Io Ann Stewart, Martha Hester, Peggy Stewart,
Dot Wyatt. Margie Storey. Fourth rozc: Oscar Willainis,
Phinney, Margaret Pearson, Anne Greene, Frances Savage,
Floyd. Fifth roztr: John Hunter, Bob Smith, Gene Little,
Ewart Easterling, Mr. J. L. Baker. Red Pope, Thomas Guin.
FOR THE FIRST time since l9Ll2 the campus
newspaper, The Hi-Times, appeared eight times
this year in all its pre-war glory. Perhaps it
would not be bragging to say that there were even
a few added features: MAmong the lU00,,, "Stop,
Look, and Listen," 'lldure l7ashions,', and 'aPer-
sonality Plus," to name a few.
Martha Hester, editor. and Jimmy Nicholson,
business manager. and Bob Smith, sports editor,
headed a staff of about forty-eight.
High lights of the year were the Hi-Times
chapel program in September which the students
rewarded by going all out in the subscription
campaign, affiliation with 'GQuill and Scroillf'
C.S.P.A. and N.S.P.A., comments by the critics
describing the paper as uhaving a personality
of its own, and definitely reflecting the spirit of
the school", and lavish praise heaped on Hliiure
Climax of the year for about eight members
of the staff was the trip to the National Press
Association convention at Columbia University,
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First rom, left to right: Jack C-ordon. Jimmy Cain. Cecil Hodge. .lohn Senter, Carl James, Jimmy Lesane, John C.
Williams. Bob Summers. Walton Ferrell. A. B. Pearson. Second I'0Il'.' Eugene Ferrell, Bobby Deyton. Burt Moore,
Dick Sommers. Rex Eatman. Billy Crocker. Sonny Ussery. Charles Higgason, Leonard Morton, Jack Stephenson,
Charles Lloyd. Donnie Thomas. Third rour: Jim Streeter, Louis Poole. Billy Dunlap, Eddie Clement, Bruce Olive, Billy
Stone. Ed Anderson. Ryan Bashford. Bobby Hassinger, Charles Caldwell. Billy Simms. Fourth row: Lacy High,
Manage-rg Charles Hamilton. Managerg Jack Thomas. Manager. W. F. Shedly, Assistant Coaclig C. A. Dandelake,
Assistant Coach, Lee J. Stone, Head Coach.
THE l9115 FOOTBALL season saw the Raleigh
Caps bring home undisputed possession of
the North Carolina State Class A. title for the
first time since l935. This yearis team was one
of the most successful in years, scoring a total
of 2241 points to its opponents, 65.
The Caps suffered only one defeat during the
entire campaign. The lone setback came at the
hands of Greensboro, a Western Conference team.
in the opening game of the season, played in a
driving rain. The final score was l3-7, with Cain
scoring Baleighis only touchdown.
The next week the locals returned home to
begin their long string of victories. The Durham
Bulls were the first victims of the Caps' power.
Raleigh defeated its old rivals l2-0, at Devereaux
Meadow. Lesane and Pearson
scored Baleigh's touchdowns.
Following this, Wilson fell
before the Capital city boys'
might, 18-7. This was the first
game of the season in which
Captain Walton Ferrell parti-
cipated, and he came back in
grand style, leading the attack
with two touchdowns. Lesane
added the third tally. James,
Gordon, and Baise paced the
A week later, playing at
Riddick Stadium before 7,000
fans, the Caps stopped the Wil-
mington Wildcats, l3-0. Again
it was Ferrell and Baise who
led the way.
Journeying to Goldsboro, the
locals hit mid-season form by
overwhelming the Earthquakes,
26-6. Senter and Cain sparked
the Caps in this triumph.
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Still on the road, the locals traveled to Ashe- The ext week, at Rocky Mount, Raleighqisf il ,LT
ville, where they crushed the Maroons, 2411-0, to clinched the Eastern Conference title hy com- ' fy. '1 t
gain revenge for a defeat suffered during the pletely outclassing the Blackbirds, 39-6. The 45
preceding season. Ferrell raced 70 yards on the Caps spotted Rocky Mount a 6-0 lead in the First
opening play of the game. The Caps rolled
up 16 first downs to Asheville's 6,Land gained
340 yards on the ground. Ferrrlll, Senteii, and
Lesane led the Caps against the llflaroons. ,
The next week Raleigli niet some unexpected
opposition from the Rrdfanolie Rapids Yellow
Jackets, and emerged'with,a'19-13 decision. The
locals had a 19-0 lejtd going into tlie ,fourth
quarterg hut the Jackets ,unleashed ana amazing
passing attack, which-resulted in two touchdowns.
Lesane scored two. of the Caps3'toi1chdowns,,with
Ussery makingthe other. , 4 .
Raleigh feally romped over Fayetteville in thel
next game, played at Riddick Stadium. -fThe
locals rolled up a 38-14 score., 'Ferrell and
Lesane led the Caps? scoring, each going 'over
for two touchdowns. Eatman and Senter ac-
counted for the other two. Cain was the leading
ground gainer for Raleigh, repeatedly getting
away for long jaunts.
quarter, hut came roaring hack to win easily.
It was dillicult to pick out the individual stars
of this game. Lesane, Ferrell. Senter, Cain,
and Lloyd scored Raleighls touchdowns, Lesane
accounting for two. Hodge and James led the
linemen the latter kicking three points after
Thus Raleigh had won the Eastern crown a if
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leashed a powerful ground attack which paid . i
with a score the very first time t A -.
hands on the hall. High Point C3I11
second quarter to score its only touch f ' n 7
to cut the Caps, lead to one poinnfa egchatl fi '
Raleigh completely dominated pla l'li'7S6C0I1Cl
half, however, scoring twice in t t ' '
and adding another tally in the urth. Ferrel
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scored two of Raleigh's four touchdowns, and
booted four perfect placements for the extra
points. Gordon, Baise, and James led the linemen
lndiyidual scoring honors for the season went
to Jimmy Iesane, tailback, who scored 12 touch
downs for 72' points. Walton Ferrell, fullback
was close behind with 66 points, and John Senter,
halfback, collected 36 points
Five Raleigh players were honored with
All-State selections-two of whom made the first
Lesane and Senter added the others. James
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AS THE 1946 EDITION of the LA'rIPAc goes to press,
the Raleigh 'High School baseball team is buckling
down to practice in preparation for the season of
America's No. 1 sport.
Under the direction of Coach W. F. Shealy, the 1945
team ended the season in third place in conference stand-
team and three the second squad. The boys
chosen for the first string were Jack Gordon,
tackle, and Walton Ferrell, fullback. Cecil
Hodge, end, Carl James, guard, and Billy Baise,
center, were named to the second team.
Walton Ferrell was selected on the All-
Southern high school team. He was termed by
Jake Wade of the Charlotte Observer as Hthe best
high school player in the statef,
Ferrell and Raise were invited to play in the
annual Shrine Bowl game in Charlotte.
Carl James, guard, was elected by his team-
mates as the outstanding member of the squad.
John Senter and Jimmy Lesane was elected co-
captains of the 1946 team.
Much of the credit for the teamis success goes
to Coach Lee Stone and his capable assistants,
4'Busterw Dandelake and W. F. Shealy. This
marks the second time in the three years since
Stone has been head coach at Raleigh that the
locals have won the Eastern Conference cham-
The outfield has the biggest gaps. Charles Edwards
will probably hold down one of the positions, while
the other two are left open to the many candidates.
The Caps have a 16 game schedule, besides several
practice engagements which will be played. The present
schedule is as follows:
ings. This year. under the same mentor, the team is March 22, Sanford-here A
expecting one of its most successful seasons in years. March 26. Warrentonv-there N
Ten lettermen are returning, in addition to numerous March 29. Sanfordrfthere I FX I
other candidates. April 2. Rocky Mount-here ' J
Mack Campbell. who did not play last season because April 5 Wilmington-there
of a sore arm. is back and probably will bear the brunt April 9. Fayetteville-there mi X
of the pitching assignments. Mackis fireball slants have April 12 Wilson--there ,
earned him a widespread reputation. He will be ably April 16 Goldsboro-Ahere -
assisted by Bobby Duke and James Edwards. April 19 VVilson-here fx I
To Johnny Williams. an inhelder last season, will go April 23 Durham-there XT"-
the catching duties. The inheld is filled by returning April 26 Goldsboro-'fthere is.:
veterans of last years campaign. At first base will be April 30 Rocky Mount-there
Vffalton Ferrellg Sonny Ussery probably will get the nod May 3. Fayetteville-here
at second. Shortstop will be occupied by Bob Bennett, May 7. Durhamfhere W , K
a pitcher on the 194-5 squad. John Senter will be at May 14. 'Wilmington-here f-:lm-
third to complete the infield. May 17. Warrenton -here W i Q.
DURJNG RECENT years the sport that has been
making rapid progress is track. Raleigh fans had
not paid much attention to track until the last few years.
but now that sport is holding its own against other
One reason for this increased interest in track is the
fact that last year Raleigh won the North Carolina State
Class A Championship, which means that the Caps will
be defending the title this season. The locals Won the
State title by virtue of their triumph in the State meet
in Chapel Hill last year.
Cone are such star performers as Laddie Terrell, B. K.
Grow. and Dick Taylor, but this yearls team can boast
of equally good trackmen in Carl James, Jimmy Cain,
and Ernest Phillips. Other members of the regular team
are Sam Cothran, A. B. Pearson, and Jimmy Lesane,
plus a few who report at various times.
The Caps' Hrst engagement of the current season
was in the invitational meet at Chapel Hill in February.
Although Raleigh did not place in the sectional events,
it did win the relay event for North Carolina high
Aside from winning the State title last year, Raleigh
also triumphed over Durham and Greenville in a tri-
Lee Stone served as coach of the locals last year, Joe
Holliday will be the mentor this season.
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Coach Stone had the problem of lack of ex-
perience on the quint. Only one member, Sam
Cothran, was a regular on the 19415 team. A. B.
Pearson and Billy Baise had seen a little service
as reserves. Jimmy Crosby, Eugene Ferrell, and
Billy Burgess had played on the junior varsity,
while Jimmy Lesane was playing his Hrst year.
This lack of experience told on the Broughton
Hveg the locals Won only QL games while losing 10.
The team did fairly well, however, considering
the lack of experience and height.
Captain Sam Cothran led the Caps in scoring
with 107 points, while Jimmy Crosby garnered
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and Billy Baise scored 59.
Sam Cothran was honored by being placed
on the All-Eastern team, Jimmy Crosby was
named to the second string, and A. B. Pearson
reeeivecl honorable mention.
Schedule and Scores for
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With wide-eyes and open mouths, the class of '46 entered
Broughton as Sub-freshmen in September 194-1. There is
probably no other class that has had so much to happen
during its years of high school. The first activity in which
we participated was the tea given by the Student Council.
Then came Pearl Harbor. Everyone started thinking about
doing things for the war effort. The Hrst step was the buying
of War Bonds and Stamps in the front hall. We took care
of our shoes. used only one lump of sugar, squeezed tooth-
paste tubes a little harder. and observed "Meatless Tuesdays."
Students were called down for '6Knittin' for Britainu in chapel.
Everyone sang 'fRemember Pearl Harbor." 'LOne Dozen Roses,"
'fPraise the Lord and Pass the Ammunition," and "ln Der
Fuehrer's Face." The weather became a military secret in-
stead of a topic at the dinner table. Then at the end of the
school year we discovered that we were the last eighth
grade group to have the privilege of changing classes.
Our second year as high school students opened with even
more vigorous campaigns than in the preceding year. Many
clubs were abolished. and in place of them the Victory Corps
was organized. The girls took Hrst aid courses and learned
to "plaster" each other. while the boys got "stuck upw making
model airplanes for the armed forces. The more energetic
students started Victory Gardens. but not many of them were
finished. There were scrap drives and paper drives, and books
were donated for the servicemen. Many of us got up at the
break of dawn to go to the country to pick cotton because
of the labor shortage. Wie slaved all day and earned enough
to get in a movie. We launched some very successful jeep
campaigns. The service fiag was made in honor of the boys
in service. About this time Churchill and Roosevelt were
making history at Casablanca and the movie "Casablanca" was
shown. We all had our share of teachers in the ninth grade.
New teachers came and old ones left. They must have been
frightened by the chains and Zoot suits the boys wore, or the
glare from the peroxided heads must have been too great.
Lee Stone joined the coaching staff at the beginning of the
year and seemed to endure the Hstrainf' but at the end
of the year Raymond Gregson resigned. We never could under-
stand whether we caused him to take the new position or not.
Because of the paper shortage. the Hi-Times was discontinued,
and in its place the War Times was printed. lt furnished us
the news, but it didn't take the place of the Hi-Times. A
Bond auction was held in the auditorium at which time 3753.000
in Bonds was spent for a pair of nylon hose alone. We had
several good movies in the tenth grade-'6The Biscuit Eater,"
"Syncopation," and f'Gunga Din." Mr. Helms stopped one
of the movies in the middle because he didn't approve of our
conduct. .lust before that occurrence, one teacher commented
that the student body was the "most orderly and helpful that
has been present in some time." .lack Rank presented
"Macbeth" at Broughton for the first time. We had several
'fbarber shop quartetsw and other 'ftets" singing uBehind the
Swinging Doorsf, That was about the time our parents were
going around singing 'Ahlairzy Uoats and Dozy Doats and
Liddle Lamzy Divyf' The First gold stars were put on the
service Hag. Seeing them brought the war even closer to us.
The hardest thing we had to take in the eleventh grade was
the fact that the football team was disqualified from the cham-
pionship game because of an ineligible player. We saw D-day
come and pass. V-E day come and pass. and Frank Sinatra
come and the girls Hpassfi Roosevelt! death was a great
blow to us. We listened to the radio the day after his death
and heard speeches by Cherry and. from London, by Churchill
and King George. Chapel was held that day. at which time
the Student Council president. lvan Armstrong. gave a speech
which touched everyone's heart. After the first semester the
Hi-Times was established in a miniature fashion. Vi'e decorated
for the Junior-Senior in April. Everything was plantation
stylewthe columns. the trees with old fashioned swings and
moss. rose gardens. honey-snckle. and weeping willow trees.
Practically everyone either read the book or saw the picture.
"A Tree Grows ln Brooklyn." The books by Ernie Pyle were
also very popular. especially after he was killed by a ,lap sniper.
During the summer the war willr ,lapan ended. and with it
Our Senior year has been one of many events. There have
been elections, collections. strikes. demonstrations, and acts
of insubordination. The class ofhcers were elected at the
beginning of the yea1'. Then came the election of the Editor
and Business Manager of the LATIPAC. and last of all the
election of the superlatives. lt seemed that everywhere we
turned someone was holding out his hand for money-sand he
got it. The day after Thanksgiving holidays the furnace broke
down, and school was dismissed after the second period.
Everyone was so disappointed that they just wouldnit go homeg
so they went up town. The football team captured the State
Championship from High Point tllis year. The team and the
band played vigorously all season. Millard Burt had returned
from service to direct the band. Tire rationing endedg and
if we could get new tires. we no longer feared having to "get
out and get under." Girls wore "blue jeans" to classes during
the time the Dramatics Department was getting a "clean sweep."
uThere's A Tear ln My Beeri' became popular with us. just
as strikes became popular with coal miners and steel workers.
Then we took up the ustrike" against the cafeteria and other
policies of the school. The papers called it an act of in-
subordination. T. Freeman. a friend to many of us. died
during the Christmas holidays. He had retired the previous
summer. The Hi-Y presented the school with a plaque with
the names of the boys killed in service on it. We have lived
through four years of war. and now
uWe are living we are dwelling
ln a grand and awful time.
ln an age on ages telling
To be living is sublime."
Class of 746.
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as a high school graduate. Prepare today for the future so that it will
he as you want it.
D. S. WILLIS, District Manager
FARM BUREAU LIFE INSURANCE CO.
l25 E. Davie Street Phone 2-3035 : 4783
R' 305 Fayetteville Street
To Have Your Basement SMART APPAREL
Waterlzroo fed for
His Work Guaranteed Men and Young Men
"If You Are Down in
A Good Place To Eat
Clayton M. Eubanks, Prop.
Next to Union Bus Terminal
309 Glenwood Ave. Dial 7248
Eleanor C.: Did you hear about the girl who Went into a greenhouse looking
for a defense plant?
Edith: I ate bullets so my hair would corne out in bangs.
HlLl-'S FACE THE FUTURE
HGl'l2y-DUVldSOl1 SUIES Co.
lO5 S. Wilmington Raleigh
DIAL 8172 See
B'CYCE5?miNGM8S8EEYCLES IRA W. DAY
BOATS and OUTBOARD MOTORS
GENERAL AGENT FOR
S S S W- SECURITY LIFE AND
Compliments of TRUST CO.
E C O N O M Y A
C L E A N E R S 406-8-lO Security Bank Building
407 West Peace Street Raleigh, N. C.
PHONE 7538 PHONE 2-2586
"The Largest Sporting
Goods Store in the
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J. D. NEWSOM
lZ8 South Salisbury
Dial 8353 Raleigh, N. C.
Holland and Sterdivant's
Courtesy and Service
WE APPRECIATE YOUR
Martin and Salisbury Streets
h Eva: Did you hear about the magician that went around the corner and turned
into a drug store?
Tommy: Guess who I saw on the bus today?
Tommy: The bus driver.
HAwKlNs0N TIRE B. O. JOH NSON
CANDIES - GROCERIES
EDISON BATTERIES TOBACCOS
HOOD TIRES DIAL 3-2616 P. O. BOX 1678
3811 Hillsboro Street
233 S. Wilmington Street
Raleigh, N. C.
C. R. CHURN
2414 Hillsboro St. : Dial 2-2847
205 E. Whitaker Mill Road 1700 GI d A I D. I 7 I
PHONE 5924 enwoo ve. . I0 56
and Best Wishes
To the Students, Faculty and
Friends of Raleighgs High Schools
TERN CAROLINA'S LARGEST"
Bicky: Did you hear about the doctor that got locked up in the ice box at the
Willie: Doctor who?
Bicky: Dr. Pepper.
Miss Hester: Do you know the capital of Alaska?
Miss Hester: Correct!
Hove Your Property Inspected Without
Cost or Obligation
DIAL Z-I IZI
333 FAYETTEVILLE STREET
RALEIGH, NORTH CAROLINA
Equipped to I-Iondle Any Size Job
BOOK BINDING PBUDUCTS
F E IDIDIIIE
O FIEULEIQJIG S Dial 20351
WEDDING INVITATIONS P I R I
I5 wesf Hargett Dial 8821 00 B Od'
IVIILLWORK SMOKE sHoP
IO West Hargett Street
'alf Itis Millwork, DIAL 4325
We Can Do It"
200 Harrison Avenue STATION
RALEIGH' N' C' 227 South Person
Doris: What did the mountain say to its rnate?
Doris: Hi, Clif!
COMPLETE AUTOMOBILE SERVICE
WRECK REBUILDING : MOTOR RECONDITIONING
BEAR WHEEL ALIGNING
JOHN W. EVANS' SON
Morgan and Blount Streets
That .s Easy'
A kilowott hour is reolly not ditticult
to understond. Electricity is meosured in
units ot pressure lyoltsl ond in units ot
current tlow lonwperesl. Multiply these
two together ond you hoye o unit ot
power, the wott, The wott is o relotiyely
srnoll unit ond it is custornory to use
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bose ot rneosurement ot electricity. A
KILOWATT HOUR represents the use
of one kilowott Cl,OOO wottsl tor one
hour, lt represents energy eguivolent to
one ond one third horsepower, lt is the
unit ot meosurement used in your electric
bill, ond the residentiol customers ot the
Corolino Power G Light Cornpony poy
on oyeroge ot two ond seven-tenths
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SHOP AT THIS GOOD
STORE EOR ALL YOUR NEEDS
T A Y TL U R F S
The Showplace of the Carolinas
Bobby Ann: Who told you to p t fi wers on Mr. He1rn's desk
Martha H.: Mrs. Hillman.
Bobby Ann: Pretty, aren t th y
Woodson L. to father: t'Here's my report card and one of your old ones I found
in the attic."
We Can Solve Your Problems For . . .
CONSTRUCTIONAL, INDUSTRIAL and .
International Crawler Tractors Elgin Pick-up Sweepers
Industrial Wheel Type Tractors Cedflf Rapids ASPIYGIT Plants
and Plants and Crushers and Crushers
Diesel Engines Rogers Trailers
Euclid Hauling Equipment
Gallon Graders and Rollers
Jaegar Mixers, Pumps, Hoists,
Paving Equipment, and
Corley Sawmills, Edgers, Etc. Air Compressors
Carco Logging Winches
American Performed Cable
Bucyrus-Erie Scrapers, Bulldozers
Disston Chain Saws
. . . As well as many other lines
of popular equipment
North Caro na
Equ pment Company
Raleigh, N. C. Charlotte, N. C. Asheville, N. C.
3lOl Hillsboro Street 2 Mi. South, Rt. ZI Sweeten Creek Rd.
Phone 8836 Phone 44661 Phone 789
SALES - RENTALS ir PARTS - SERVICE
Miss McDearman: Young rnan, do you know anything about this course?
Ronald: A little, mam. What would you like to know?
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She: Is this a proposal?
E OR THE EDUCATION AND CULTURE
OE YOUNG WOIVIEN
I. JLNIOR COLLEGE WORK
a. Two-year Standard College Courses which permit entrance to
Junior Class in all our leading colleges and universities. '
li. Two-year General College Course.
c. Two-year courses with Home Economics Electives.
II. COMMERCIAL AND SECRETARIAL COLRSES
a. One-year Commercial Course. Gregg System.
li. Two-year Commercial Course. Gregg System.
III. SPECIAL INDIYIDIIAL COURSES IN ART. EXPRESSION,
PIANO. YOICE. AND VIOLIN
An invitation is extended to all Morson and Broughton girl graduates
to investigate Peace before making plans to attend college. We
have adequate facilities for their comfort at Peace and our large
number of Raleigh girls in attendance from year to year is a source
of pride to us.
For Literature Address
YVILLIAM C. PRESSLY. PVf'.S'Il1l'I1f
Jo Ann: Why is your neck like the typewriter you use?
Julia Ann: I don't know.
Jo Ann: Because it's Underwood.
Virginia lVI.: Do you know the Scotch football yell?
Bessie L.: Yeah. "Get that quarterback."
THE PARIS AND NEW YORK OF RALEIGH
THE CLOTHES OF A STYLISH WOMAN
ARTIST SUPPLIES WATKIN5
' Tire and Battery Co
RALElGH'S ART CENTER DAYTON and EISK TIRES
II3 S. Salisbury WILLARD BATTERIES
Y E L L O W C A B
ll - Dial - 5311
Visit the ADAMS-TERRY
WAKE CAFE REALTY CO.
The Best in Foods SGIQS and Rentals
108 South Wilmington Street
RALEIGH, N- C- ZIO South Salisbury Street
Buddy: She said she'd be faithful to the end.
John: Well, that sounds good.
Buddy: Yeah, but I'm the quarterback.
Margaret J.: I use the Columbus system of typewriting.
Dolores: Columbus? What's that?
Margaret J: Oh, I just discover a key and land on it
MARTINlS, INC. HARDBARGER S
Ijayetteville Street I
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M d Y M Hardbarger Bulldlng
en an "Wg ' en Dial 2-0628 Raleigh
THE LATEST HITS
in SHEET MUSIC
VICTOR, DECCA and BLIYEBIRD S
JAMES E. THIEM 1 7 7. ,
ma Fayetteville sr. Dial 2-2913 W9 Falettmllle D131 7701
Job P.Wyatt 5' Sons Co.
Hardware Paints Seeds
Raleigh, North Carolina
Gene: But, teacher, daddy says we are descended from monkeys.
Miss M.: I'm sorry, but we can't discuss your private family affairs in class.
Pat F.: Hero Comes the parade. Whoro's Aunlio?
B. J.: Oh, she's upstairs waving her hair.
Pat F.: Goodness, can't we afford a Hag?
Your Best Bet to
Get the Best in
Women S Apporel
H2 Fayetteville Street
RALEIGH, N. C.
129 Fayetteville Street
RALEIGH, N. C.
Paul T.: That means fight Where I came from, stranger.
Dick: We-11, why dOI1,lZ you Fight?
Paul: ,Cause I ain't where I came from.
Miss C.: How many sides has a Circle?
Burn : Two.
Miss C.: What are they?
Burns: The outside and the inside.
P. J. lDeductionsl ORR
TUX w. T. GRANT
Telephone 2-l l63
Best Wishffs MCLEOD rf WATSON
to the Th H f
Raleigh High Schools e ome 0
Hart Schaffner Er Marx Clothes
Stetson, Schoble Hats
Manhattan, Wilson Brothers and
Florists Arrow Furnishings
Mr. H.: Will you pass the nuts, Miss P?
Miss Penny: Yes, I suppose so, but I really should Hunk most of them.
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State Distributing Corp
QUALITY FOODS and BEVERAGES
DOMESTIC and IMPORTED
RESTAURAN T SUPPLIES
112 South Blount Street
RALEIGH, NORTH CAROLINA
TRAC? R PRINTING
C O . i
417 SOUTH WILMINGTON
leigh, North Caroli
E.: Where is the Red Sea
an: In the middle of m r 123 t d
Miss Mc.: Dick, what about the answer to my question?
Dick: Uh . . . uh.
Miss Mc.: I don't consider that a very satisfactory answer.
51-1055 THE NEWEST IN
DRESSES CLOTHING SPORTSWEAR
FOR THE YOUNG MAN
5HoRw5 t I
229-31 s, wilmington sneer F I I1 2
RALEIGH, N. C. Men's Shop
HARVEY FOOD STORE
Quality Meat - Produce - Fancy Groceries
DIAL 3-1671 1100 HARP STREET
Saint Mary's School and Junior College
Mrs. Ernest Cruikshank, A.M., President
Raleigh, North Carolina
l-ligh Schcol Graduates ore ottered two tears ot Grade A College Work,
The curriculum also includes lOth, llth, and l2th grades ot l-ligh School
work All Academic courses tull accredited by the Southern Association
Excellent Courses in Art, Business, Expression, l-lorne Economics,
ond Music with Tuition included in General Charge
Twenty-Acre Campus i Field Sports i Gymnasium i Tennis
Indoor Tiled Swimming Pool i l-lorsehock Riding i Golt
ANNUAL SESSIONS : MID-SEPTEMBER TO JUNE
Write E. F. Stoughton, Business Manager, for Catalogue and View Book
Bill: I know a place where the girls don't wear anything except a string of
beads once in a while.
Paul: Holy gee, where?
Bill: Around their necks, stupid!
Mother, coming into the room: Why Armen-ia, get right ofi' that young man's knc-Q
Armecia: Oh, no, mother. I got here first.
R. E. HAWKINS
Convertible Tops Auto Upholtering
Truck Bodies Wood Work
IOIO South Sounders Street
RALEIGH, NORTH CAROLINA
Ed: I made a hundred on two subjects. Isn't that grand?
Burns: Sure thing! How did 7
you rate that.
Ed: Just fifty on each.
Robin: It was me, Miss Penny.
Miss Penny: Now, Robin, it was I.
Robin: But, Miss Penny, I know it was me.
RED FRONT GROCERY
125 ldlwild Avenue
At Jones Street
PHONE 5148 'If
Compliments of , I
HENRY D. HILL I
PAINTING CONTRACTOR SIIQDDWQ
DIAL -11915 Center
212 East Franklin Street
RALEIGH, N. C.
WILSON UZZLE., INC.
421 Fayetteville Street Raleigh, North Carolina
Miss Fletcher: You have to read between the lines to get the full meaning
Janie: I do. That's where I get the translation.
Doctor: You have acute appendicitis. U
Barbara L.: I came to be examined, not admlred.
J. D. NEws0M WE SELL
Watches 0 Diamonds
Real Estate Jewelry and Luggage
' RALEIGH LOAN OFFICE
128 South Sallsbury 223 S. Wilmington Street
Dial 8353 Raleigh, N. C. RALEIGH, N, C,
FOR QUICK SERVICE PHONE 4641
PERSON STREET PHARMACY NO. 2
A COMPLETE DRUG SERVICE
AT FIVE POINTS RALEIGH, NORTH CAROLINA
CONGRATULATIONS AND BEST WISHES
To the Students, Faculty, and Friends
of Raleighgs High Schools
Supreme Radio Service
123 South Salisbury Street
'6North Car0lina's Largest Radio Repair Shop"
Ruffin: I see in the paper where nine teachers and one student were killed.
Barbara M.: Poor fellow!
A lot of automobile accidents occur from a driver hugging the wrong curves
We Render Services for
Those Who Care
YELVERTON sANowIcHI5s - DRINKS .
FUNERAL HOME P'-ATE5
I-I, Paul Yelverton, Owner ALWAYS WE'-QQME
PHONE 7743 At 227 S. Wilmington Street
VICKERS Cr RUTH
PLUMBING Cr HEATING COMPANY
ESTIMATES CHEERFULLY FURNISHED
PROMPT AND EFFICIENT SERVICE
322 Glenwood Avenue Raleigh, North Carolina
DAILY FOOD STORE
Groceries Meats Produce
133 East Martin Street
PLAZA INTEL Phone 3-1274
JACK S TAILOR SHOP
Repairs and Remodel Fur Coats
Delicious Sandwiches for REPAIRING OF ALL KINDS
5671001 LU"f"'I 330 South sembury street
200 East Martin Raleigh' N' C'
Did you hear about Zack who ran away while. Ire was making a cake because
the directions said, t'Put one egg in itg then beat it. '
e: You look like Helen Brown.
Her: I look even worse in grey.
Congratulations to a wonderful girl . . .
"With a million dollar personality...
RALEIGH LETTER WRITERS
SUITE 804 RALEIGH BUILDING
RALEIGH, NORTH CAROLINA
SPUR DISTRIBUTING CO
GOOD GAS AND OIL
"We Aim To Pleasev
her: Hush, Johnny, or I'll l ou.
nny: If ou 1 p me, I'l1 tell th d t my real ag
Higgy: How do you like bathing beauties?
Waddell: Dunno, I never bathed any.
DRIVE IN GRILL
CHEESEBURGERS and OTHER SANDWICHES
SODAS and SUNDAES
JOHN W. GRIFFIN
OWNER AND OPERATOR
Located Just llutside City Limits
on Louisburg Highway
Jack: Who was that blonde I saw you with Wednesday?
Carlyle: She was the brunette I was out with Tuesday.
Mr. Smith: What did you do when your husband forbid you to use a corset?
Mrs. Jones: Why, I sued him for non-support.
, W A K E
C 0 M P A N Y
' C CLARK SAVACEQ
INSURANCE BUILDING I ,K
OVER 5,000 REELS
Films for Schools, Churches, Clubs, Homes
NATIONAL FILM SERVICE
I4-20 GLENWOOD AVENUE TEL. 32824 - 32825
Cameras Projectors Screen Accessories
"Willie" Woodall said she heard from a reliable source that she is really intelli
gent. Reliable source-"Willie" Woodall.
Mrs. J. CWhen Bobby Duke was reading the play, "Hay Fever"J: Bobby, do you
Hatters and Cleaners
Plant Phone -1669
31.18 South Person Street
Ollice Phone 7746
313 Fayetteville Street
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W? 5 5 Everything in Fine Watclles
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W. E. COOPER
121 East Martin Street
230 Fayetteville Street
HON EY-DIPPED DOUGHNUTS
nTaste Will Tell"
221 ll-est Davie Street
DIAL 3-3520 Dial 8518 131 S. Salisbury
Compliments 0f NATIONAL PURE FOOD
POWELL and GRIFFIS
1700 Glenwood Avenue
2414 Hillsboro Street
Complete Line Quality Meats
Fancy Groceries - Produce
208 E. Martin St. Raleigh, N. C.
Wou1dn't it be nice to be a calendar and have a date every night?
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HusbandY Ik tht h h g'gt 1 th lf
PRESCRIPTIONS : SODA FOUNTAIN
SHEAFFER and PARKER
PENS and PENCILS
WHITMAN NORRIS PAN GBORN
YOUR COMPLETE DRUG STOBE
Employer Ct new office boybz Has the ca h t ld you what you t d
this after o
Ofiice Boy Y ir. I'm to wake him h I ming.
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Mother: Yes, Carl.
Carl B.: Well you'd better watch hirn. He has grandpa's teeth now.
Compliments o f
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HUGH MORSON HIGH SCHOOL
Congratulations and ,k
To All 1946 seniors Cwnplimems
S. M. YOUNG
Paints and Brushes : Tested Seeds
Glass : Garden and Lawn Supplies
206 East Martin Street
Raleigh, N. C.
525 Hillsboro Street
Mr. Dandelake: Now, children, there are flowers beginning with the p
dog. For example, dog-rose and dog-daisies. Can anyone tell me another?
John: Please, sir, collie-flowers.
Gladys: You ought to take chloroform.
Smiley: Yeah? Who teaches it?
Sir Walter Hotel Building
E. R. POOLE MUSIC CO
Raleigh, N. C.
HEvery1'lzz'ng for Band and
WHOLESALE and RETAIL
Phone 4364 IIO W. Martin St
WOODY HAYES "QUALITY
GLAMOUR POSES and
Hi ALL Wow GUARANTEED
YOU NEED THE BEST
FOR REMBRAN DT
Capital Club Bldg. Phone 27574
Under New Management ond
PHONE 4440 Ownership
PACKARD CARS D. HENRY POWELL SALES and SERVICE
RALEIGH MACK DISTRIBUTORS
Phones 7214 - 22l3l ZOI West Martin Street Raleigh, N. C.
Anne: Look, We have a man on every base!
Doris: That's nothingg so has the other side.
Woodson: Mother, Miss Motley says I'rn a problem child. Arn I subtraction or
A new world awaits those at you who leave to tace higher education or the
business worlds A new world is waiting tar all who have taulty Vision-
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PRINTERS 1 ENGRAVERS
Complete Office Supplies and Furniture
RALEIGH, N. C.
Helen: Did you have the radio on last night?
Helen: How did it fit?
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will you have this chance to go to a university, busi-
ness or trade school free. Three years service in the
New Army will make you eligible for 48 months of
education at the college of your choice. The gov-
ernment allows you up to S500 for the ordinary
school year covering tuition, books, laboratory fees
-everything. Every month, you will get a check
for S65 -S90 if you are married--to help pay
living expenses. Add it up: three years in the New
Arrny packed with education, travel, adventure,
training. Then you're but three years older, ma-'
tured, experienced, in perfect health and your col-
lege education is waiting. This is one at your gov-
ernment's methods of building a better America -
a plan backed by every educator in the nation. Your
planning for your future is as close as your nearest
Army recruiting office where trained and experi-
enced personnel will be happy to give you all the
5500 a year for tuition fees
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