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

 - Class of 1947

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HELEN JOYCE BELL, EDITOR-IN-CHIEFg ALFRED PRUITT, BUSINESS MANAGERQ DICK JEN- RETTE, SPORTS EDITORQ KENNETH WINSTON, ADVERTISING MANAGERg MISS LAURA HELEN PASCHAL, MRS. JUDSON M. KNEECE, FACULTY ADVISERS. 0 Qi fx 51-'Q on I' ,-.W 'J' I s 4 I X ,. F0135 WURD MEMORIES-of friends and teachers, of work and play, of life and laughter-all these we have strived to recapture in the pages of this, THE 1947 LATIPAC. As the years of our high school life roll by, the realization of how fill. precious each moment truly is grows deeper and acquires a fuller meaning. Knowing that some day we shall no longer be able to live within the beloved walls of our Alma Mater, we have tried to include everything here that means Broughton to us. ' We have struggled to preserve in this book a cross section of this year at Broughton. We have attempted to present to you, the student body, a LATIPAC that in the future you may pick up and say, 'This was Broughton as I knew it in 194'7." 4 P50164 TID fo MISS CELESTE LANE PENNY WE, the senior class, as an expression of our loving devotion and deep-rooted apprecia- tion, dedicate this, THE 1947 LATIPAC, to Miss Celeste Lane Penny: An inspiring example of a teacher who was more than a teacher, and a friend who was more than a friendg In whose heart we always found understanding, sympathy, and kindly wisdom, From whose sincere Christian character we constantly gained inspiration, com- fort, and guidance, From whose friendship our lives have been enriched immeasurablyg By whose patient persistence we have developed to a higher degree the best that is within us, and by whom the good in the worst of us has been brought to lightg From Contact with whom we have become infused with the desire to do bigger and better things for our school, our nation, our world, and, above all for the kingdom of God. as Thus to relieve the wretched was her pride, And e'en her failings leaned to virtue's sideg But in her duty prompt at every call, She watched and wept, she prayed and felt for all. And as a bird each fond endearment tries To tempt its new-fledged offspring to the skies, She tried each art, reproved each dull delay, Allured to brighter worlds, and led the way." 5 School Board Left to right, seated: MRS. MCCRARY, MAYOR ANDREWS, MR. SANDERSON. Standing: DR. HICKS. MR. PEARCE, DR. CAMPBELL, and MR. MARTIN. fldmlhlkfraflbn MR. JESSE O. SANDERSON Superintendent R 1 ' h C't S h 1 a elg 1 y C O0 S MR. H. A. HELMS Principal 6 MR. H. A. HELMS, A.B., M.A. Principal 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 BIIRGE, A.B. Librarian MR. WILLARD BURT, A.B. Band MISS MARY BELL CANNON. A.B., M.A. Mathematics MRS. MAURICE CLAYTON. A.B. Social Studies MISS LESSIE COGDELL, A.B. Geometry MRS. ERNEST CRUICKSHANK, B.S., M.A Algebra, General Mathematics MRS. YVONNE DEIILINGER, A.B. Secretary MR. FRED EASON. A.B. English, Dean of Boys MRS. J. A. EBERHART, B.S. Cafeteria Manager MRS. J. E. FLETCHER, A.B. English and Latin MRS. N. G. FONVILLE. A.B., M.A. Eighth Grade MISS FANNIE PEARL FULCHER. A.B. English faculty Scatcd, left lo right: Miss Barrett, Mrs. Fletcher, Mrs. Bryan. Standing: Miss Watts, Mrs. Mc Swain, Miss .IcrIIigaII, Miss Hendricks, Miss Yelverton, Mrs. Banks, Mrs. Root, Miss Cannon, MISS Smaw. I LT Seated, left to right: Miss Robbins, Miss Strother, Miss Hodges, Miss Cogdell, Miss McClees, Mrs. Ladu, Mrs. Hosley. Standing: Mrs. Clayton, Miss Hester, Mr. Holliday, Mrs. Neas, Mr. Eason. Miss Fulcher, Mr. Smith. , S M11 I N- ' 'Q V .. fynx I 1 MR. C. MERRILL HAMILTON, B.S., M.A. MRS. WILFRED HOSLEY, A.B., M.A. Industrial Arts Ml1ih6mfl15iCS MISS ANNE HENDRICKS, B.S. MISS CAMILLE JERNIGAN, A.B. Eighth Grade Music and English MRS. R. L. HENDRIX, B.S. MRS. WILLIAM D. JOHNSON, B.S., M.Ed. Physical Education Biology MISS MARY FOY HESTER, A.B., M.A. MRS. KENNETH JONES, A.B. World History English and Public Speaking MR. THOMAS O. HIGH, A.B., M.A. MRS. JUDSON M. KNEECE, A.B. English Supervised Study MISS JACQUELINE HODGES, A.B. MRS. TORA T. LADU, A.B., M.A. Typing and Shorthand Spanish MR. JOSEPH HOLLIDAY, A.B. MRS. RALPH W. LAMSON, A.B. Civics Aff 8 Seated, left to right: Miss McDearman, Miss Burge, Miss Runnion, Mrs. Dellinger, Mrs. Sandlmg Mr. High. Standing: Mr. Helms, Mr. Dandelake, Miss Penny, Mrs. Kneece, Mrs. Lamson Miss Paschal. I-'aculry MISS ELLA B. MCDEARMANA, A.B., M.A. Physics and Chemistry MRS. IVAN NEAS, A.B. English MISS LAURA HELEN PASCHAL, A.B., M.A. Biology MISS CELESTE PENNY, A.B., M.A. English MISS GRACE ROBBINS, A.B. English, Dramatics MRS. JOHN C. ROOT, A.B. General Science MISS HELEN RUNNION, A.B., M.A. History MRS. J. J. SANDLING, A.B. French, Dean of Girls MISS ANNIE SMAW, B.S., M.S. Mathematics MR. W. E. SMITH, B.S. Physical Education MISS MELISSA STROTHER, A.B. Latin MISS EMILY WATTS, A.B. Eighth Grade MISS BETSY PAUL YELVERTON, A.B Eighth Grade V Left to 'rig-ht: BUR:I' MOORE, Sergeant-at-Armsg SABRA IvEs, Treasurerg SIDNEY KOONCE, Vice Preszdentg ANNIE TAYLOR, Secretaryg EUGENE PICKETT, Presidentg Miss HELEN RUNNION, Adviser. 5'ENl0R 611455 AS SENIORS we have reached a moment not often captured in a lifetimeg we stand between the old and the new. Now, just before our graduation, we look back over our high school days and from our vantage point take a glimpse into the future before we step over the threshold forever. We must say goodbye to our school, to our teachers, and to our friends. You have meant more to us than we can realize now. Our days of work and play here will always hold a special place in our memories. Next year many of us will be going to collegeg others will find jobs or enter the serv- iceg some will marry and start homes. Deep within our hearts, however, there is a common wish to live in such a way that Broughton will always be proud of us. And now we bid our school a last farewell. 10 Barbara Joyce Adams Bill , . . synthetic Senior . . . State . . . "Bobbie" Girl Scouts 13 Latin Club 2, 33 Y-Teens 2, 3, 53 Girls' Athletic Association 23 Hi-Times Reporter 51 History Club 5. Ryan David Bashford "Rink" . . . Duke . . , Luke Boy Scouts 1. 2, 3, 4, 5, Eagle Scout 3, 4, 53 Science Club 23 Latin Club 2, 33 Audio-Visual Club 2, 4, 5, Vice President 53 Historcy Club, Sergeant-at-Arms 43 Football 43 Public Speaking lub, President 53 Glee Club, Sergeant- at-Arms 51 Hi-Y Minstrel 53 Queen of Hearts' Court 5. Rupert Cecil Barnes, Jr. Study hall capers . . . saddle-shoes . . . "The Grapplern . , . Casanova Boy Scouts 1, 2. 33 Homeroom Officer 1, 3,'5Q Class Treas- urer 1, 23 Latin Club Sergeant-at-Arms 33 Augusta Military Academy 4. Doris Fay Ashby Our queen . . . those eyes! . . . sweet 'n lovely Eighth Grade Chorus3 Girl Scouts 13 Latin Club 23 "Gypsy Rover" 23 "Belle of Barcelona" 33 Y-Teens 2, 3, 4, 5, Social Committee Chairman 23 History Club 43 Little Theater 43 Spanish Club, Sergeant-at-Arms 43 Student Council Citizenship Committee 4, 5, Chairman 53 Lzirnmc Advertising Staff 53 Library Assistant 53 Queen of Hearts 5. Julia Anne Arendell "Kitty" . . . versatile . . . good-looking clothes . . . wrecks! Eighth Grade Chorus3 "Gypsy Rover" 23 Latin Club 2, 33 Glee Club 33 Y-Teens 2, 3, 4, 5, Treasurer 2, Vice President 4, Program Chairman 53 History Club Reporter 43 Golden Masquers 4, 5. Secretary 51 Hi-Times 4, 5, Feature Editor 53 New York Trip 4, 53 Quill and Scroll 4, 5, Secretary 52 Y-Teens State Conference 4, 53 French Club 4, 5, Secretary 53 LATIPAC Business Staff 53 Student Council Service Committee 53 Senior Play 5. Nancy Janet Anderson Shorthand whiz . . . Charlotte . . . sweet Central High School, Charlotte, N. C. 1, 2, 3, 43 "The Pinafore" 13 Glee Club 1, 23 Girl Scouts 13 S.O.L. Bible Club 3, 43 Mizpah Devotional Club 5. Helen Jean Anderson Originality . . . going places . . . drawin' pitchers . . , keyboard kid Eighth Grade Ch0I'llS1 Girl Scouts 1, 2, Scribe 23 Glee Club 23 "The Gypsy Rover" 23 Latin Club 2. 3, Reporter 33 Y-Teens 2, 33 History Club 4: French Club 4, 53 Little Theater 4, 5, Historian 53 New York Trip 4. 53 Golden Masquers 53 Hi-Times Art Editor 51 LATIPAC Editorial Staff 51 Office Assistant 5. Robert Lewis Ammons "Chick" . . . hidden fags . . . "1 disagree" Boy Scouts 1. 2, 33 Sea Scouts 53 Spanish Club 43 Audio- Visual Club 4, 5, President 53 Hi-Times Staff 53 Public Speaking Club 53 LATIPAC Advertising Staff 53 History C ub 4, 5, Vice President 53 Student Council House Com- mittee Chairman 43 Grounds Committee Chairman 53 Queen of Hearts' Court 5. CLASS OF 1947 ! i r SENIOR CLASS First row, left to right: Helen Joyce Bell Our wit . . . "Ding-Dong" . . , "Cheetah,' . . . 'Lucky Teterv . . . N.H.S. Girl Scouts, Patrol Leader 13 Y-Teens 2, 3, 4, 5, Music Chairman 53 Latin Club 2, 33 History Club 43 Glee Club 33 Student Council 3, 4, 5, Homeroom Representative 3, Cafeteria Committee 3, Publicity Committee 4, 53 Chapel Pianist 43 Little Theater 4, 51 Spanish Club 4, 5, Reporter 52 New York Trip 4, 51 National Honor Society 53 LATIPAC Editor 53 Hi-Times Copy Reader 51 Quill and Scroll 53 Senior Play Prompter 53 Senior Superlative. Wit 5. Thyra Mae Betts Miss PenrLy's helper . . . 'fNavy" . . . ebicient Girls' Athletic Association 2, 33 Little Theater 4, 53 History Club 43 LATIPAC Editorial Staff 5. Sally Lockhart Bizzell "Thally', . . . shorty . . . "Man! I mean" . . . you all ighth Grade Chorus3 Girl Scouts 1, 23 Glee Club 2, 33 -Teens 2, 3, 4, 53 "Gypsy Rover" 23 "Belle of Barcelona" 3 French Club 33 Latin Club 43 History Club 43 Saint nes School 43 Mars Hill Summer School 43 Little eater 4, 53 Hi-Times Typist 53 Public Speaking Club 53 Li rary Assistant 53 LATIPAC Advertising Staff 53 Football ponsor 53 Student Council, House Committee 53 Queen of earts' Court 5. . Nancy Boing Blackard urse-to-be . . . "Open the door, Richard" . . . taller than me . . . State ighth Grade Chorus3 Girl Scouts 1, 2, Treasurer lj atin Club 2. 33 Spanish Club 43 Chairman Constitution Club 4, 53 New York Trip 53 LATIPAC Editorial Staff 5. J Ylfiommittee 43 Little Theater 4, 53 Y-Teens 3, 4, 53 History .X ,,,,, ,, Second row: Loyd Clarence Brannon Turtles . . . arguing . . .Lil' Abner type . . . L. C. Boy Scouts 1, 23 Latin Club 2, 33 History Club 43 Radio Club 53 Homeroom Ofiicer 5. Dorothy Blanche Bray "Dot" . . . Sport . . , working in obice . . . Wake Forest . . . friendly Eighth Grade Chorus3 Girls' Athletic Association 23 Girl Scouts 23 Latin Club 2, 3, Vice President 33 "Gypsy Rover" 23 Queen of Hearts' Court 33 Glee Club 2, 3, 4, 5, President 43 Y-Teens 4, 5, Treasurer 5, Social Chairman 43 History Club 4, 5, Clerk 53 Student Council 4, 5, Points Committee 4, Co-Chairman Sports Committee 53 Office Assistant 53 LATIPAC, Business Staff 5. James Ethelbert Briggs "Ethel" . . .playing the saw . . , N.H.S. Boy Scouts 1, 2, 33 Student Council 1, 2, 5, Representative 1, 2, Chairman Assembly Committee 53 Latin Club 2, 3. Secretary 2, President 33 Spanish Club 4, 5, Treasurer 4, Vice President 53 Audio-Visual Club 33 History Club Vice President 43 National Honor Society 4, 5. President 53 Senior Council 53 Candid Camera Club 43 Hi-Times, Assistant Sports Editor 53 Basketball 53 Student Council Congress 53 National Boys' Forum 53 State Honor Society Convention 53 Ohice Assistant 53 Quill and Scroll 5. Frances Edwyna Britt Coloratura soprano . . . synthetic Senior . . . shorty Little Theater 53 Latin Club 2, 33 Glee Club 33 Eighth Grade Chorus3 Public Speaking Club 53 Y-Teens 3, 5, Vice President 3. iii .. Josephine Lois Brooks "Jo" . . . Woody . . . Mizpah president . . . everybody's friend Eighth Grade Chorus3 Glee Club 1, 2. 33 Mizpah Devotional Club l, 2, 3, 5, President 53 "Gypsy Rover" 23 "Belle of Barcelona" 33 Glee Club 1. 2, 3. 5, Pres1dent.53 Spanish Club 4, 5, Treasurer 4, 53 History Club 43 Senior Play 5. Shirley Joyce Browning Pulling hair . . , kid . . . New Bern . . , seen with "Cookie" Hugh Morson High School 13 Eighth Grade Chorus3. Victory Corps 13 Glee Club 1, 2. 33 Girls' Athletic Association 23 "Gypsy Rover" 23 "Belle of Barcelona" 33 History Club 43 Pub ic Speaking Club 5. William Cromartie Burgess "Jap" . . . Trouble . . . smile . . . Captain Eighth Grade Chorus3 Science Club 1, 23 Latin Club 23 Audio-Visual Club 1, 2, 33 Boy Scouts 1, 2, 3, 43 Spanish Club 3, 4, 5, Treasurer 33 Basketball 2, 3, 4, 5, Captain 53 History Club, Vice President 43 Little Theater 4, 53 Trask 3, 4, 53 Monogram Club, Secretary-Treasurer 53 Hi- 5. Marguerite Steele Burton "Rite" . . . Reidsville . . . cute clothes Eighth Grade Chorus3 "Belle of Barcelona" 33 Latin Club 2, 33 American History Club 43 Y-Teens 3, 4, 53 Spanish Club 4, 5Q Little Theater 4, 5. Mabel Claire Champion Diamond . . . studying . . . Shirley Eighth Grade Chorus: Glee Club 3, 43 "Belle of Barcelona" gl 'i,Galy Nineties Revue" 33 French Club 4, 53 History u . Joe l-lellen Christian Clothes with class . . . "Olds" . . . Petersburg . . . love troubles Latin Club 2, 33 Sea Scouts 1, 2, 3, 4. 52 Basketball 4, 53 History Club 43 Student Council 4, 5. Joseph Lee Clark Audio-Visual . . . Joe . . . asking questions Eighth Grade Chorus: Latin Club 2, 3. Vice President 23 Audio-Visual Club 2, 3, 4, 5, Secretary-Treasurer 52 Spanish Club 4, 5, Treasurer 43 History Club 4, 5. Presi- den: 434Stgxdent Council, Co-Chairman Audio-Visual Com- mi ee , . James Edwin Clement "Clem" . . . Annie . . . blond curls . . . "Eddie" Boys' High School, Atlanta, Georgia 1. 2, 3: Boy Scouts 1, 2. 3, 4, 53 Eagle Scout 3, 4, 5: History Club 33 Football 4, 51 Latin Club 43 Class Officer, Sergeant-at-Arms 43 Marshal 53 LATIPAC, Editorial Staff 5. CLASS OF 1947 SENIOR CLASS First row, left to right: John Nelson Coffey, Jr. "Johnnie" . . . "Stinky" . . . gift of gab . . . biology brain Eighth Grade Chorus3 Boy Scouts 1. 2, 3, 4, 53 Eagle Scout 4, 53 Latin Club 2, 33 Audio-Visual Club 2, 3, 4, 53 Little Theater 4. 53 "Ever Since Eve" 43 "The Arrival of Kitty" 53 History Club 4, 53 Golden Masquers 53 LATIPAC Advertising Staff 53 Student Council 4, 5, Grounds Com- mittee 5, Audio-Visual Committee 4. Mary Cecelia Cone Bob . . . 'Celia . . . sweet sophisticate . . . the look! Eighth Grade Chorus3 Girl Scouts 13 Latin Club 2, 33 Office Assistant 33 Y-Teens 2, 3, 4, 53 Spanish Club 43 Little Theater 4, 51 History Club 4, 53 Library Assistant 53 Student Council Calendar Committee 51 LATIPAC, Busi- ness Staff 51 New York Trip 5. Charlie Giles Conn Monkey wrench . . . cars 'n more cars! . . . "Rosie" Latin Club 23 Spanish Club 33 Homeroom OH-lcer 1, 2, 33 History Club 4. 5, Sergeant-at-Arms 4, Calendar Clerk 53 Sea Scouts 53 Hi-Y 5. William Baxter Cope Our Wit . . . Cope . . . Baxter . . . ties?? Boy Scouts 1. 2, 3, 4, 51 Latin Club 2, 3. Treasurer 33 Audio-Visual Club 43 "Arrival of Kitty" 5: History Club, President 4: Radio Club 53 Larn-Ac, Business Staff 53 Lost and Found Committee 51 Senior Play 53 Senior Superlative. Wit 5. Second row: James Arthur Crawford J.A .... Marilyn . . . Jimmy . . . "Crayfish" Eighth Grade Chorus3 Boy Scouts 1. 2, 3, 4, 53 Eagle Scout 3, 4, 53 Glee Club 23 Audio-Visual Club 23 Latin Club 2, 3, Secretary 23 "Belle of Barcelona" 33 Art Club 43 History Club 43 Little Theater 4, 53 Hi-Times 3. 4, 53 LATIPAC, Advertising Stal? 5. Matthew Clayborne Crisp "Clay" . . .French horn . . . pal of Neal. . . N.H,S. Charlotte Junior High School 13 Band 2, 4, 51 All State Band 4, 53 Greensboro State Music Contest 4, 53 Latin Club 2, 3, Vice President 2, President 33 History Club President 43 National Honor Society 5. Mary Emily Cutliff "May-Mayi' . . . Bobby . . . Blondie . . . Sweet 'n shy Eighth Grade Chorus3 Girl Scouts 13 Latin Club 2. 3, President 33 Y-Teens 2, 3. 4, 53 French Club 4, 53 History Club 4, 5, Secretary 53 Office Assistant 5. William Speight Debnam "Snafu" . . . witty . . . actor Latin Club, Vice President 2, Sergeant-at-Arms 33 Little Theater 43 Golden Masquers 4. 53 Spanish Club 4. 53 Track 4, 52 American History Club 43 Hi-Y Minstrel 53 Hi-Y 53 International Relations Club 53 Monogram Club 53 Gray Flash Basketball Team 52 Senior Play 5. 1 1 Robert Guy Deyton "Chief" . . . Mr. N.B .... our president . . . Ipana grin . . football Boy Scouts 1, 23 Latin Club 2, 33 Class President 2, 43 Football 3. 4, 53 Student Council President 51 Student Council Representative 3, 43 Sergeant-at-Arms American History Club 43 Vice President Public Speaking Club 43 Hi-Y 4, 5: Hi-Y Minstrel 4, 51 Student Council Congress 43 Track 4, 53 Monogram Club 53 Boy's State 52 International Relations Club 53 Senior Superlative. Mr. Needham Brough- ton 5. William Richbourg Dunlap "Billy" . . . that car . . . football Boy Scouts 1, 2, 3, 43 Latin Club 2. 3, Secretary 23 American History Club 43 Track 4, 51 Football 4, 53 Gray Flash Basektball Club 53 Monogram Club 5Q Senior Council 5. Carolyn Anne Ellington Al . . , diamond . . .sweet Girl Scouts 13 Eighth Grade Chorus3 Y-Teens 3, 43 Spanish Club 43 Girls' Athletic Association. President 23 American History Club 43 International Relations Club 5. Clyde Atkinson Erwin Hunting . . . dogs . . . friendly Boy Scouts 13 Eighth Grade Chorus3 Eighth Grade Band: Band 2. 3, 5: Public Speaking Club 43 American History Club 43 Spanish Club 4, 53 Hi-Times 53 Audio-Visual Club 53 Stage Crew 5. Leslie Ballard Evans Radio expert . . . future scientist . . . "Woodrow" Windsor High, Windsor, N. C. 1. 2' Member F.F.A, 23 Latin Club 33 American History Club, Vice President 43 Radio Club 53 Boy Scouts 1, 2. Constance Wing Fahnestock "Connie" . . . artistic . . . Saluda Junior Y-Teens 2: Latin Club 2, 33 American History Club 43 Hi-Times 43 Little Theater 5. Eunice Blair Floyd "Pat" . . . those newspapers . . . laughing . . . N.H.S. Girl Scouts 13 Eighth Grade Chorus: Latin Club 2, 33 Junior Y-Teens 2. 33 Public Speaking Club 43 American History Club 43 New York Trip 43 Hi-Times 43 Quill and Scroll 4, President 53 National Honor Society 4. 53 Y-Teens 4, 51 International Relations Club 53 LA'rn-mc, Editorial Staff 53 Office Assistant 5. William Thomas Colguhoun Galt "Bill" . . . library . . . backstage man . . . "Beegie', . . . pipes American History Club 43 Stage Crew 4, 5: Library Assistant 4, President 53 Radio Club 53 Little Theater 53 Student Council 5. CLASS OF 1947 SENIOR CLASS First row, left to right: Dorothy Jean Garrick "Dot" . . . College Court . . . that laugh Girls' Athletic Association 1, 23 Eighth Grade Chorus: Science Club 23 American History Club 43 LAHPAC, Editorial Staff. Hobson Ivan Gattis, Jr. "Pete" . . . boogie woogie . . . clothes Boy Scouts 13 Eighth Grade Chorus3 Eighth Grade Band: Queen of Hearts' Court 23 French Club, Treasurer 33 American History Club, Sergeant-at-Arms 43 Student Council Representative 33 Cheer Leader 4, 53 Radio Club 53 International Relations Club 53 Gray Flash Basketball Team 5. Charles Franklin George, Jr. "Cheetah" . . . Helen Joyce . . . beating pigskins . . . dry wit "Gypsy Rover" 13 Eighth Grade Band: Eighth Grade Chorus3 Boy Scouts 1, 2, 33 Band 1, 2, 3, 43 Audio-Visual Club 23 Latin Club, Secretary 23 American History Club 43 French Club 4, Seregant-at-Arms 52 Radio Club 53 Hi-Y 53 Public Speaking Club 51 New York Trip 53 LATIPAC, Editorial Staff 53 Hi-Y Minstrel 51 President International Relations Club 51 Track Team 5. Lucretia Brown Gift "Cretial' . . . bangs . . . cute Eighth Grade Chorus3 Girls' Athletic Association 23 "Gay Nineties Revue" 4: American History Club 43 Raleigh High School Glee Club 43 Latin Club 4, 5Q Glee Club 4, 53 LATIPAC, Editorial Staff 5. Second row: Clarence Walter Gill, Jr. Teacher's "plague" . . , short . . . teasing Eighth Grade Band: Eighth Grade Chorusg Boy Scouts 1, 43 Audio-Visual Club 4, 53 Spanish Club 4, Sergeant-at- Arms 53 Radio Club 53 American History Club 53 Gray Flash Basketball Team 5. Carolyn Nicholls Gore Majorette . . . seamstress . . . textiles Eigthh Grade Chorus3 Eighth Grade May Court3 Junior Y-Teens 23 Little Theater 43 American History Club 43 Spanish Club 4, 5Q Hi-Times 4, 53 Y-Teens 3, 43 Majorette 5. Daniel Jack Gore, Jr. "May-May" . . . Harry James . . . "Bobby" . . , Spanish Whiz Eighth Grade Band: Band 2. 3, 4, 53 Spanish Club 4, 5, President 52 American History Club 43 Public Speaking Club 43 Senate Page 4. Thomas Duval Guin, Jr. "Tom" . . . Rex Hospital . . . "Hold it a minute" Dunn High School. Dunn, N. C. 1, 2, 33 Beta Club 33 Baseball 3: Marshal 33 Camera Club 3, 4, 53 Latin Club 4, 53 Staff Photographer, Hi-Times 4, 52 American History Club 43 Quill and Scroll 4, Seregant-at-Arms 5. Anne Legrace Gupton "Guppie" . . . that sophisticated loolc . . . majorette Eighth Grade Chorus: Girl Scouts 13 Latin Club. 2, .33 "Gypsy Rover" 2: "Belle of Barcelona" 3: "Gay Nmeties Revue" 43 Glee Club 2, 3, 4, 53 Spanish Club 4, 53 Little Theater 4. 53 Y-Teens 2, 4, 53 Hi-Times 4, 53 American History Club 43 Majorette 51 New York Trip 53 Inter- national Relations Club 5. Audrey Reaves Hamilton Short and sweet . . . blond . . . Sebring, Fla. . . . "Little Audrey" Sebring, Florida 1, 2, 3, 43 Eighth Grade Chorus3 Library Assistant 1, 23 Girl Scouts 1, 23 Basketball 1, 23 Spanish Club 2, 3, 53 American History Club 5. James Robert Hassinger "Chuck" . . , tall-blond . . . "Bobby" . . . football Eighth Grade Ch0ruS: Boy Scouts l, 23 Latin Club 2, - 3 American Histor Club 4, Football 4 5' Track 4 53 y ' . , . Monogram Club 53 Gray Flash Basketball Team 5. Sara Adelaide Haynes Senior council . . . dependable . . . State Ei hth Grade Ch0l'llSQ Latin Club 2. 33 Junior Y-Teens ' 2 Y- eens 3. 43 American History Club 43 Spanish Club 4. 53 Senior Council 5. Anne Elizabeth Holmes Leads the seniors . . . sweet . . . smiles Eighth Grade Chorus3 Girls' Athletic Association 23 French Club 3, 43 Y-Teens 3. 4: American History Club 43 Office Assistant 43 Hi-Times 53 Senior Play 5. Marguerite Colleen House Library . . . engaged . . . attractive Eighth Grade Chorus: Girls' Athletic Association 23 Library Assistant 4. 53 American History Club 4. Florence Carolyn Howell "Flossie" . . . Jimmy . . . diamond Eighth Grade Chorus3 Science Club 23 Girls' Athletic Association 2, 33 Latin Club 33 American History Club 4. Wheeler Hunter Howell, Jr. "Red" . . . State guard . . . "Modoc" . . . "Wheelermo" Boy Scouts 1, 2. 33 Eighth Grade Chorus3 Glee Club 2, 33 "Belle of Barcelona" 33 Baseball 3, 53 American History Club 43 Public Speaking Club 53 International Relations Club 53 Little Theater 3, 4. CLASS OF 1947 l I SENIOR CLASS First row, left to right: John Everett Hunter, Jr. "Super" . . . advertisements . . . "fresh air fiendi' Boy Scouts 1, 2, 3, 4, 53 Science Club 23 Latin Club .2, 33 Public Speaking Club 43 American History Club, President 43 Hi-Times 4, Advertising Manager 53 Radio Club. Treasurer 53 Audio-Visual Club 53 LATIPAC, Business Staff 5: Gray Flash Basketball Team 53 Quill and Scroll 5. John Howard Ingle, Jr. "J, Troy Boy" . . . Buenas Dias . . . Casanova . . . Jack Eighth Grade Band3 Boy Scouts 1.3 Latin Club 2, 3, Treasurer 3: Spanish Club 4. 53 Radio Club 53 American History Club, Sergeant-at-Arms 43 Senior Council 5. Sabra Irwin Ives "Ubbie" . . . versatility . . . personality plus . . . little girl voice Eighth Grade Chorus3 Class Treasurer 3, 4. 53 Senior Superlative, Versatility3 Little Theater 4. 53 "Ever Since Eve" 43 Glee Club 2. 33 Y-Teens 1, 2, 3. 4. 5, Treasurer 3, 4, Social Chairman 53 Senior Council 53 Office Assistant 53 "Belle of Barcelona" 33 Student Council Congress 43 Student Council House Committee Chairman 4, 53 Queen of Hearts' Court 5. Alvin Wilkins Jenkins "Waldo" . . . spelling? . . . Broughtorfs Edison . . . N.H.S. Student Council Representative 13 Spanish Club 4, 53 Eighth Grade Band3 Band 2, 33 National Honor Society 4, 5, Treasurer 53 American History Club, Secretary 43 Honorable Mention, Science Talent Research 5. Second row: Richard Hampton Jenrette Sports writer . . . shootin' baskets . . . brains . . . "Dick" . . . N.H.S. Student Handbook, Co-editor 4: Student Council Repre- sentative 3: Class Secretary 1, Vice President 33 Spanish Club 4, 5, President 4, 53 Glee Club 13 Hi-Times, Associate Editor 4, Sports Editor 53 Basketball 3, 4, 5: National Honor Society 4, 5, Vice President 4. President 53 LATIPAC, Sports Editor 53 American History Club, President 43 Quill and Scroll 4, 5, Reporter 5: Social Science Club, President 2: International Relations Club, Counselor 52 Student Coun- cil Citizenship Committee 3, Publicity Committee 4, 53 Monogram Club. Delma Miriam Johnson Wake Forest . . . DeWitt . . . tall n' slim . . . it's not "red" Eighth Grade Chorusg Y-Teens 2, 3, 53 Girls' Athletic Association 23 Little Theater 43 French Club 4, 5Q American History Club 43 LArxPAc, Editorial Staff 5. Mary Lee Jones Elsie n' Va .... talking . . . that driving! Columbus High School, Columbus, Georgia 1, 23 Art Club 1, 23 Jefferson High School. Portland, Oregon 33 Spanish Club 3. 4, President 3. 43 Art Club 33 International Club 33 Little Theater 53 Y-Teens 4, 51 LATIPAC, Editorial Staff 5: Ofiice Assistant 52 American History Club 43 International Relations Club 5. Mary Jane Keller Cuyler . . . smart . . . Model A Henderson High School, Henderson, N. C. 13 Junior Dra- matics Club 13 Latin Club 2, 33 Girls' Athletic Association 23 Spanish Club 4, 5, Secretary 52 Y-Teens 4. 53 American History Club 43 Office Assistant 5. Jean Carolyn Kistler .LB ..., Durham . . . Crabtree Hugh Morson l. 23 Service Club 13 Eighth Grade Chorus 13 Y-Teens 3, 4, 53 Latin Club 33 American History Club 43 Library Assistant 4, 53 Queen of Hearts' Court 5. Richard Sidney Koonce "Bo" . . . liarrnonica , . . friendly . . . cute smile Science Club 23 American History Club 43 Audio-Visual Club 33 Boy Scouts 1, 2. 3, 4, 5, Eagle Scout 4, 53 Foot- ball 53 Hi-Y 53 French Club 4, 5. President 5: Latin Club 2, 3, Chief Marshal 53 Class Vice President 5Q Senior Council 5. Robert Calvin Battle Koonce "Kudi" . . . versatility . . . reckless driving . . . school store . , . N.H.S. Student Council. Vice President 4, Treasurer 53 War Effort Committee Chairman 43 Cafeteria Committee Chairman 5: Class President 33 Senior Superlative. Versatility: Little Theater 4, -53 Latin Club 2. 3, President 23 Hi-Y 4. 5, Secretary 53 l-Ii-Y Minstrel 4, 5: School Store. Manager 53 Track 51 Student Council Congress 4. 5, Vice President 53 Eagle Scout 4, 51 Audio-Visual Club 33 Science Club 23 National Honor Society -1. 52 American History Club, Reporter 43 Boy's State 5. Emilia Elaine Kutschinski "Melia" . . . pep . . . Yea team! Student Council Representative 2, Poster Committee 2. Chairman 5. Publicity Committee 4, 53 Cheer Leader 53 Little Theater 53 French Club 3, 43 Glee Club 2, 3. 4, 5, Secretary 33 "Gypsy Rover" 2: "Belle ol' Barcelona" 3: Eighth Grade Chorus: Y-Teens 2, 3, 4, 53 Hi-Times, Alumni Editor 53 Band 4, 52 Girl Scouts l. 23 American History Club 43 Senior Council 53 New York Trip 53 Senior Play 5. Ross Warren Lampe Ross-ss-s-s-s , . . accent . . . black Buick Windham High School. Willimantic. Connecticut 2, 33 French Club 4. 53 Radio Club 53 Boy Scouts 1, 2, 3, 4, 5. Patricia Gay Lawrence "Pat" . . . peaches and cream complexion . . . voice! . , . religious worker Eighth Grade Ch0I'l1S1 Little Theater 43 Spanish Club 4. 5: Glee Club 2, 3. 5, Secretary 5: "Gypsy Rover" 23 "Belle of Barcelona" 33 Y-Teens 43 Hi-Times 1, 3. 4, 5, Reporter 51 Girls' Athletic Association 23 American History Club, President 4. Myrtle Louise Lemon Nolan . . . Sanford . . . "Meri," . . . 7:30 A.M. Eighth Grade Chorus3 Latin Club 3. 43 Y-Teens 4, 53 Girls' Athletic Association 2: Girl Scouts 13 American History Club 43 Greenwood High School, Lemon Springs, N. C. 2, 33 "Greenwood Echo" 3: The Future Homemakers of America 2, 33 Glee Club 2 ,3. James Edwin Lesane Joe . . . niggar . . . wo'man's ideal . . . tossing pigskins ..."Jimmy" Student Council, Sergeant-at-Arms 53 Class Sergeant-at- Arms 33 Latin Club 23 French Club 4, 5, Sergeant-at-Arms 4: Hi-Y 4, 53 Football 4. 5. Co-Captain 5. Assistant Football Manager 33 Basketball 43 Baseball 43 Boy Scouts 1, 23 Library Assistant 4. 5: American History Club 43 Monogram Club, President 53 All-Eastern Football Team 53 "Most Inspirational Player" Award 53 Hi-Y Minstrel 4, 53 Track Team 43 International Relations Club 5. CLASS OF 1947 SENIOR CLASS First row, left to right: Ruth Carol Lineberry Synthetic Senior . . . Kent . . . short hair? Girl Scouts 13 Latin Club 2, 3, Librarian 33 Y-Teens 2, 3, 53 Mars Hill Summer School. Elsie Rozelle Martin Rembrandt . . . gigglin, . . . Nancy . . . "Aw, I'm not hittin' anything!" Little Theater 4, 5: Latin Club 2, 33 French Club 4, 53 Y- Teens 2, 3, 4, 51 Hi-Times. Art Editor 52 Public Speaking Club 51 New York Trip 51 LATIPAC, Business Staff 53 Ameri- can History Club 43 Office Assistant 52 Senior Play Promptor 5. John Netherton McAllister "Mac" . . . always confused . . . big words . . . preacher- to-be . . . "Jack" Science Club President 13 Stage Crew 33 Track 53 Library Assistant 23 Boy Scouts 1, 23 Debating Club 3, 43 Radio Club 53 Glee Club 33 French Club 4, 51 Latin Club 2. 33 Mizpah Devotional Society 3, 4, 5. Charles Chalmers McDonald Synthetic Senior . . , genius . . . short n' handsome . . . N.H.S. Student Council Representative 33 Senior Superlative, Scholarshipg Latin Club 2, 3, President 33 Spanish Club President 53 LA1-nmc. Business Staff 51 American History Club, President 51 National Honor Society 5. Second row: Sam Frank McGhee Cute! . . . "Pistol Paclcin' Papa" . . . "I didn't do it!" Eighth Grade Chorus3 Latin Club 4, 5, Sergeant-at-Arms 43 Hi-Y 5, Hi-Y Minstrel 53 Debating Club. President 5: Football 5Q Baseball 43 Boy Scouts 1, 2, 33 Library Assistant 33 American History Club, Vice President 43 Monogram Club 53 International Relations Club 53 Senior Play 5. William Blakeley Mills Flying ace . . . red motor scooter . . . pushing five feet! .. "Billy" . . . grade worries Hi-Times 1, 2, 3, 53 Audio-Visual Club 4, 53 Radio Club, President 53 Latin Club 2, 33 LA'r1PAc. Business Staff 5: American History Club, Vice President 43 Intramural Sports Committee 51 Student Council Representative 4. William Edward Mims State Guard . . . keeping order in gove'rnment??? . . . "Billy" Spanish Club 43 Eighth Grade Chorus: Hi-Times, Reporter 52 Boy Scouts 1. 23 Audio-Visual Club 3: American History Club 43 International Relations Club, Vice President 5. Beverly Blake Moody "Moody twinsi' . . . Dan . . . Angora sweaters . . . "B.B." Eighth Grade ChOI'LlSQ Spanish Club 4, 53 Y-Teens 2, 3, 4, 53 Public Speaking Club 53 Girl Scouts 13 Science Club 23 American History Club 4. Mary Alan Moody Attractive clothes! . . . friendly . . . long black locks . . . "Moody" Eighth Grade Chorus3 Little Theater 4, 53 Spanish Club 4, 53 Y-Teens 2, 3, 4, 53 Girl Scouts 13 Science Club 23 American History Club 4. Burt Hitchcock Moore Counting votes . . . center . . . big blue eyes Student Council Elections Committee Chairman 5, Sports Committee 5: Class Seregant-at-Arms 5: "Western Night" 43 Little Theater 43 Latin Club 2. 3, President 23 Hi-Y Minstrel 4, 53 Football 4. 53 Basketball 43 Track 4, 52 Boy Scouts 1. 2, 3: Library Assistant, Treasurer 3: American History Club 43 Monogram Club 53 Science Club 13 Ameri- can Government Club, Clerk 5. Margie Rebecca Moore Friendly . . . quiet . . . "Good-night!" Alexander Park High School, Portsmouth. Virginia 2, 33 Girls' Junior Hi-Y, Secretary 2. 33 Spanish Club 43 Glee Club 53 Y-Teens 43 American History Club 43 International Relations Club 5. Otis Augustus Moran Teague . . . "O" . . . loafing . . . size 15!!! fgfeet. that is! ...Acting Student Council Representative 53 Queen of Hearts' Court, Escort 4. 53 Little Theater 4, 5, President 53 Golden Masquers 4, 53 "Western Night" 43 "Our Town" 43 "Ever Since Eve" 43 "The Arrival of Kitty" 53 Latin Club 3, 4, Sergeant-at-Arms 43 Radio Club, Sergeant-at-Arms 53 Football 53 Debating Club 43 Boy Scouts 1, 2, 3, 4, 53 American History Club 4. Charles Everett Morgan Shorty . . . "Jack" . . . Hi-Y . . . black curls Science Club 23 Little Theater 33 Hi-Y 53 Debating Club 53 Football 3. 43 Junior Football 1, 23 Swimming 33 American History Club 43 Monogram Club 5. Fred Morrison Natural blond? . . . quiet . . . Flaggie Eighth Grade Chorus3 Glee Club 23 Latin Club 2, 33 Little Theater 43 Hi-Y 53 Boy Scouts 1, 2, 3, 4. 53 American History Club 43 Science Club 2. Louise Murray "Weezy" . . . jitterbugin' . . . Fort Bragg dances . . . Black Buick Eighth Grade 'Ch0TUSQ Girls' Athletic Association 1, 23 Y-Teens 2, 33 Little Theater 4, 53 American History Club 43 LATIPAC, Business Staff 5. James Wesley Nance "What has he done now?" . . . Nancy Jo . . . football 'manager Little Theater 53 Eighth Grade Chorus3 Sergeant-at-Arms, Latin Club 53 Hi-Times 43 Boy Scouts 13 Audio-Visual Club 3, 53 LATIPAC Staff 5: President American History Club 53 Monogram Club 53 Eighth Grade Dramatics Club: Senior Council 53 Football Manager 53 Eighth Grade Broughton Revue. CLASS OF 1947 SENIOR CLASS First row, left to right: Janet Laray Newton Tommy . . . Dot . . . pep 'n energy Little Theater 4, 53 Sports Committee 53 Latin Club 23 French Club 3, 43 Eighth Grade Chorus3 Y-Teens 2, 3, 43 Girl Scouts 1, 23 American History Club 43 American Government and International Relations Club 53 Oflice Assistant 4, 5. James Lloyd Nicholson, Jr. Jimmy . . . "Very good" . . . Nick . . . Hi-Y . . . N.H.S. Treasurer Little Theater 53 Vice President Latin Club 33 French Club 43 President French Club 53 Eighth Grade Chorus3 Hi-Y 52 Hi-Times, Business Manager 4, 53 Sopho- more Reporter 33 Boy Scouts 1, 23 National Honor Society 4, Vice President 52 Vice President American History Club 43 Hi-Y Minstrel 53 Science Club 23 Quill and Scroll 4, Vice President 53 Points Committee 5. Nancy Denit Norwood "O" . . , Our Belle . . . Teague . . . talking . . . smile Student Council Representative 23 Senior Superlative, Belle 53 Queen of Hearts' Court 4, Maid of Honor 53 Little Theater 4, 53 Golden Masquers 51 "Arrival of Kitty" 51 Vice President Latin Club 2, 33 French Club 4, 5, Vice President 43 Eighth Grade Chorus3 Y-Teens 3, 4, 5, Secre- tary 33 Public Speaking Club, Secretary 53 Girl Scouts 13 Secretary- reasurer American History Club 43 May Day Court 13 Senior Play 5. Neal 0'Neal "When Irish Eyes are Smilin"' . . . Q-Ball Quartet . . . drum major . . . physique Reynolds' High School, Winston-Salem, N. C. 1, 23 Junior Hi-Y Eighth Grade Band3 Tennis Club 23 Boy Scouts 1, 23 Instrumental Music Club 1, 2, 33 Band Club 1, 2, 3, 4, 53 All State Band Contest 1, 4, 53 All State Band 4, 53 Vice President American History Club 43 Drum Major 4, 53 "Belle of Barcelona" 33 Latin Club 33 Senior Play 5. Second row: Virginia Corinne Page Jenny . . . glamazon . . . "Goldy" . . . model Points Committee 53 Little Theater 4, 53 Latin Club 2, 33 Spanish Club 4, 53 Glee Club 33 "Belle of Barcelona" 33 Eighth Grade Chorus3 Y-Teens 2, 3, 4, 51 Hi-Times 51 New York Trip 53 Girl Scouts 13 LATIPAC, Business Staff 53 American History Club 43 B-Natural Club 33 Raleigh High Glee Club 3, 4, 52 Drill Team 1. Barbara Ann Parish "Babs" . . . seen with Booker . . . beauty in the flesh. . . . "Bone1' House Committee 51 Poster Committee 53 Little Theater 4, 53 Latin Club 2, 3, Secretary 33 Spanish Club 4. 5, Secretary 43 Eighth Grade Chorus3 Y-Teens 3, 4, 53 Girl Scouts 13 Art and Exchange Editors, Hi-Times 53 American History Club 43 Office Assistant 53 Senior Play 5. Anne Gertrude Paschal "Gerchal" . . . friendly . . . seen with kid, Hazibelle Little Theater 4, 53 Golden Masquers 53 Latin Club 2, 33 Girls' Athletic Association 23 Girl Scouts l, 23 Spanish Club 43 Glee Club 4. 51 "Belle of Barcelona" 33 "Gay Nineties Revue" 43 Y-Teens 2, 3, 4, 53 Eighth Grade Chorus3 LATIPAC. Editorial Staff 53 American History Club gl Skerisior Council 53 Science Club 23 Raleigh High School u , 4, 5. Margaret Helen Pearce Quiet . . . smart . . . Lyman . . . Edna Earle Latin Club 2, 33 Y-Teens 2, 3, 4, 53 American History Club 43 American Government Club 53 International Relations Club 5. Oliver Cromwell Pennington, Jr. "O.Cf' . . . Jean . . . WPTF . . . loud sweaters . . . blue suits Student Council Representative 13 Chapel Program Plan- ning 53 Little Theater 53 Latin Club 2, 33 French Club 4, 5, Vice President 53 Glee Club 23 Eighth Grade Chorus3 Hi-Times, Reporter 53 Debating Club 51 Boy Scouts 13 LATIPAC, Editorial Staff 51 American History Club 43 Science Club 23 Senior Play 5. Jean Wilmot Penny Squeaky shoes . . . John . . . that serious expression . . . those State boys Hugh Morson High School 23 Girl Scouts 13 American History Club 43 Office Assistant 33 United Nations Club 51 Volunteer Hospital Aid 2, 3, 4, 53 Y-Teens 2, 33 Latin Club 2, 33 Junior Dramatics Club 23 Little Theater 4, 53 Eighth Grade Chorus. Ernest Edward Phillips, Jr. "E" . . . synthetic Senior . . . French whiz . . . track boy French Club. Sergeant-at-Arms 2, Treasurer 33 "Belle of Barcelona" 33 Eighth Grade Chorus3 Hi-Y 52 Boy Scouts 13 Track Team 2, 33 B-Natural Music Club 33 Monogram Club 33 Civics Club 3. Eugene l-Iadly Pickett Mr. President . . . where's Bill? . . . big voice . . . taking snaps Student Council Representative 33 President Senior Class3 Queen of Hearts' Escort 53 Spanish Club 4, 5, Treasurer 53 Speech Club 43 American History Club 43 Wake County Championship of American Legion Oratorical Contest 43 Boy Scouts 1, 2, 3, 4, 5. William Vernon Pleasants Pickett . . . Nash . . . speech maker . . . "Bill" Hi-Y Minstrel 53 Latin Club 2, 3, Vice President 23 Spanish Club 4, 5, Vice President 43 Hi-Y 53 Hi-Times, Advertising Staff 53 Library Assistant 53 American History Club 43 Science Club 23 Boy Scouts 1, 2, 3. 4, 53 Eagle Scout 4, 5. Louis Edwin Poole "Pee-Wee" . . . Dora Anne . . . end man . . . drawin' pitchers . . . witty Little Theater 4, 53 Spanish Club 43 Eighth Grade Chorus: H1-Y 4, 5, Vice President 53 Debating Club 53 Football 3. 4. 53 Junior Varsiltiy Basketball 4, 53 Boy Scouts 13 President American istory Club 53 Business Manager Monogram Club 53 Elections Committee 53 Hi-Y Minstrel 4, 53 Broughton Revue 1. Alfred E. Pruitt Q-Ball Quartet . . . bow ties . . . "Al" . . . our business manager Pontiac Senior High School. Pontiac, Michigan 1, 2, 33 Spanish Club 4. '53 Glee Club 53 Business Manager, LATIPAC 5: American History Club, President 43 Senior Council Representative 53 Senior Play 5. Emily Joyce Rhodes Paul . . . English worries . . . baby talk Little Theater 4, 52 Latin Club 23 Y-Teens 4, 52 Girl Scouts 13 American Histor Club 43 Vice President Civics Club 33 Queen of Hearts' C,ourt 5. CLASS OF 1947 Y. 1 SENIOR CLASS First row, left to right: Edward Paul Riggle "Eddie" . . . chalkin' up . . . Julianne Little Theater 53 Spanish Club 53 Boy Scouts 1, 23 Audio- Visual 23 American History Club 4. Roberta Lee Rogers "Bobbie Leen . . . V.E.S .... here, there, everywhere . . . jitterbug Student Council, Chairman Social Committee 5, Sports Committee 43 Class Secretary 43 Marshal 53 Little Theater 4, 53 Broughton Revue 13 Spanish Club 4, 5, Secretary 43 Glee Club 2, 33 "Belle of Barcelona" 33 Eighth Grade Chorus3 Y-Teen 3, 4, 53 Hi-Times, Reporter 53 Student Council Congress 53 Girl Scouts 13 American History Club 43 Raleigh High School Glee Club 2, 3, 4, 53 Oflice Assistant 53 May Day Program 13 Senior Play, Assistant Director 5. William Edward Rouse, Jr. "W.E." . . . Roy Enoch . . . short 'n cute Latin Club 2, 33 War-Times 23 Public Speaking Club 53 Junior Varsity Basketball 33 Boy Scouts 1, 2, 3, 4, 53 Ameri- can History Club 43 Intramural Sports 51 Science Club 2. Barbara Elizabeth Schmidt Smitty . . . State . . . neat!! . . . flying Latin Club 23 French Club 3, 43 Junior Y-Teens 3, 4, 51 Girls' Athletic Association 23 Library Assistant 3, 53 American History Club 43 Civil Air Patrol 4, 5. Second row: Barbara Schrefller Carolina . . . Vogue styles . . . Golden Masquers . . Broadway bound . . . N.H.S. Little Theater 4, 53 Golden Masquers 5: "The Arrival of Kitty" 53 Latin Club 2, 33 Spanish Club 4, 53 Y-Teens 3, 53 New York Trip 52 National Honor Society 51 Secretary American History Club. John Richardson Senter Sleepy . , . Hi-Y president . . . captain . . . sports Student Council, C0-Chairman Sports Committee 53 Class Vice President 43 Superlative, Sports 53 Marshal 43 Hi-Y Minstrel 4, 53 Spanish Club 4, 5, Sergeant-at-Arms 43 Hi-Y 4, 5, President 53 Football 2, 3, 4, 5, Co-Captain 53 Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, Captain 43 Boy Scouts 1, 2. John Richard Sexton, Jr. "Sec" . . . seen with Flee-Wee . . , Errol . . . 40 seconds Hi-Y Minstrel 53 Spanish Club 4, 53 Eighth Grade Chorus3 Hi-Y 53 Basketball 53 Boy Scouts 1, 23 Reporter, American History Club 43 Track 4, 53 Monogram Club 53 Junior Varsity Basketball 43 May Day Court 1. Thomas Bryan Smiley, Jr. Flee-Wee . . . "Carlos" . . . crew cuts . . . John . . . N.H.S. Student Council Representative 12 Hi-Y Minstrel 53 Latin Club 2, 3, Vice President 33 Spanish Club 4, 5, President 4, Secretary 53 Boy Scouts 1. 2, 33 LATIPAC, Advertising Staff 53 President American History Club 53 Track Club 4, 53 Monogram Club 53 May Day Court 13 Science Club 23 National Honor Society 5. 5 l l Martha Hazell Stratton Walt . . . State . . . chum of Anne Eighth Grade Chorus3 Girls' Athletic Association 1, 23 Library Assistant 43 American History Club 43 Glee Club 3, 51 Latin Club 3. 43 Golden Masquers 53 Little Theater 4, 5, Secretary 5. Martha Ellen Stough "Mot" . . . genius . . .Dottie and Ann. . . N.H.S. Gibsonville High School., Gibsonville, N. C. 1. 2, 33 Chief Marshal 33 Class Secretary 23 Library Assistant 23 Girls' Athletic Association 2, 33 Junior Play 33 French Club 4, 53 Y-Teens 4, 53 American History Club 4, Presi- dent3 National Honor Society 53 Senior Superlative, Scholarship3 Student Council Representative 53 OFFice Assistant 5. Margaret Wood Story "Margie" . . . "Bossie Bell" . . . chum . . . Aunt Fanny.. . N.H.S. Eighth Grade Chorus3 Latin Club 2, 3, Vice President 33 Little Theater 4, 51 Golden Masquers 5, Vice President3 Spanish Club 4, 5, Secretary 43 Y-Teens 2. 3, 4, 53 Hi-Times 4, 5, Copyreader 53 National Honor Society 53 American History Club 43 Office Assistant 52 Senior Play 5. John William Stone "Commander" . . . Duke . . . curls Glee Club 13 Latin Club 2. 33 Hi-Y 53 Football 3, 4, 53 Queen of Hearts' Court 5: Eagle Scout 2, 3, 4, 51 Mono- gram Club 53 Audio-Visual Club 2, 3, 4, 5, Vice President 43 LATIPAC, Business Staff 53 American History Club 4, 53 Student Council Representative 33 Audio-Visual Com- mittee 2, 3, 4, 5, Co-Chairman 4, 53 Election Committee 4. Jack Vernon Stephenson "Duck" . . . '36 Chevy . . . wrecks . . . good looking clothes . . , deep voice R. J. Reynolds' High School. Winston-Salem, N. C. 1, 2, 33 Marshal 43 Queen of Hearts' Court Escort 33 Little Theater 43 Sergeant-at-Arms, Spanish Club 43 Band 23 Football 2, 3, 43 Boy Scouts l, 2. 33 Vice President, American History Club 43 Monogram Club 53 Aviation Club 2. Janet Elaine Stager Cheese nabs . . . well dressed . . . "Boo" . . . ballerinas Student Council Representative 23 Science Club 23 Ameri- can Government Club 53 Little Theater 4, 53 Eighth Grade Chorus3 Y-Teens 2. 3. 4, 53 Public Speaking Club 53 American History Club 43 International Relations Club 5. Sara Louise Spung Sally . . . synthetic Senior . . . pretty clothes Girl Scouts 13 Eighth Grade Chorus: Girls' Athleti Association 23 Y-Teens 2, 33 Latin Club 2, 33 "Th Arrival of Kitty" 43 Little Theater 4, 5. Pearl Elizabeth Smith , g Betty . . . artistic . . . quiet French Club 33 Y-Teens 3, 4, 53 Girls' Athletic A ocia n 23 Girl Scouts 13 American History Club 4: Int ati al lgelzatgmns Club 53 American Government Club 5, Sci ce u . QR CLASS OF 1947 WAX JQX Li il X5 R, SENIOR CLASS First row, left to right: Gladys Rose Streete "Rosie" . . . bus station . . . sweet Benson High School, Benson, N. C. 1, 23 Girl Scout 13 Homemakers Club 23 Girls' Athletic Association 23 French Club 3, 43 Glee Club 53 American History Club 4. Robert Kitrell Summers, Jr. "Bob" . . . "Fat Boy" . . . "Open the Door, Richard" Eighth Grade Chorus3 Art Club 4, 53 Hi-Y 4, 5, Sergeant- at-Arms 52 Football 3, 4, 53 American History Club 4, 5, Sergeant-at-Arms 52 Monogram Club 53 Aeronautic Club 33 Hi-Y Minstrel 4, 5. Annie Glenn Taylor Miss NB. . . . Eddie . . . Got any news? . . . specs American History Club 5, Secretary3 Hi-Times 53 Y-Teens 2, 3, 4, 5, Secretary 5, President 23 French Club 3, 43 Little Theater 43 Queen of Hearts' Court 33 Marshal 43 Senior Superlative, Miss N. B.3 Class Secretary 53 Student Council Representative 4, Publicity Committee Chairman 53 Points Committee 33 Football Sponsor 5. William Day Taylor "Billy" . . . A's in English . . . bow tie . . . curly Hall Flilcher, Asheville, N. C. 1, 23 Student Council Representative 23 Civics Club 23 Public Speaking Club 43 American History Club 43 Boy Scouts 23 Glee Club 4, 53 Latin Club 2, 3, Secretary 33 Spanish Club 4, 5, President 4, Sergeant-at-Arms 5. Second row: John Hooker Thomas "Jack" . . . cuttin' his act . . . that walk! . . . Percy E. C. Glass High School, Lynchburg, Virginia 1, 23 Little Theater 43 Hi-Y 4, 5, Treasurer 52 School Store 43 Foot- ball 4, 5, Head Manager 53 Library Assistant 5, Sergeant- at-Arms 53 American History Club 43 Hi-Y Minstrel 4, 53 Monogram Club 5. Nalene Joyce Thompson Wasp waist . . , getting confused . . . Winston-Salem Eighth Grade Chorus3 Little Theater 4, 53 Spanish Club 43 Glee Club 3, 4, 53 "Belle of Barcelona" 33 Y-Teens 2, 3, 4, 53 Girl Scouts 1, 23 American History Club 4. Paul Edgar Thornburg P.T .... beau . . . Emily . . .witty Huntington High School, Huntington, W. Va., 1, 2, 33 Class Vice President 1, Treasurer 2, 33 Student Council Representative 1, 3, Treasurer 2, Committee Chairman 1, 23 Basketball 1, 2, 33 Track 1, 2, 33 American Forum 13 Victory Corps 33 Reynolds High School, Winston-Salem. N. C., 43 French Club 33 Debating Club 53 History Club 52 Senior Superlative, Beau3 Queen of Hearts' Court 53 Little Theater 51 Radio Club 53 Art Club 53 Hi-Times, Headline Editor 53 Debating Club 53 New York Trip 53 LATIPAC, Advertising Staff 53 American History Club, Sergeant-at-Arms 53 Senior Council 5. Marjorie Jane Turk "Margie', . . . Susette . . . accent . . . Shelby Shelby High School, Shelby, N. C., 1, 2, 3, 43 Pre-Flight Club 33 Journalism Club, Literary Editor 43 Band 3, 43 Art Club 1, 53 Glee Club 1. 23 Spanish Club 43 French Club 13 "Arrival of Kitty" 53 Little Theater 5. Avery Council Upchurch Anne . . . Q-Ball Quartet . . . blushing . . ,Chevy Green Hope High School, Green Hope, N. C., 1, 23 Basketball 1, 2. 33 Glee Club 23 Boy Scouts 13 Vice Presi- dent Class 13 Apex High School. Apex, N. C., 33 President Class 33 Student Council Representative 33 Sports Editor 33 American History Club 43 LA1'1PAc, Business Staff 5. Nancy Carol Upchurch Synthetic Senior . . . "Uppie" . . . Little Theater . . . State Eighth Grade Chorus3 Girl Scouts 13 American History Club, Treasurer 43 Public Speaking Club 43 Girls' Athletic Association 23 Y-Teens 2. 3, 43 Glee Club 33 Latin Club 2, 33 Little 'Theater 4. Larkin Tyler Wadsworth, Jr. L,T .... Juliet . . .acting , . . "Sam" Band 2, 33 Track 43 American History Club 43 Boy Scouts l. 2, 33 Football 53 Eighth Grade Bandj Spanish Club 43 "Ever Since Eve" 43 "Arrival of Kitty" 53 Golden Masquers 4. 5, President 53 Little Theater 4, 53 Cheer Leader 4, 5. Virginia Penn Waldrop "Va." . . . seen with Mary Lee . . . madame president . . . "What a man!" Latin Club 2. 3, Vice President 2. President 33 French Club 4, 53 Y-Teens 2, 3, 4, 5, President 51 New York Trip 43 Library Assistant 33 American History Club 43 Office Assistant 4, 53 Chairman Constitution Committee 53 Inter- Club Council 53 Senior Council 51 Social Committee 51 War Effort and Standards Committee 4. Robert Glenn Walker, Jr. "Bobby" . . , Cecelia . . . "The Voice" . . . N.H.S. Eighth Grade Chorus3 Latin Club 2, 33 French Club 4, 53 American History Club 43 LATIPAC, Business Staff 53 National Honor Society 4. 5. Treasurer 43 Boy Scouts 1, 2, 3, 4, 52 "Gay Nineties Revue" 43 "The Belle of Barcelona" 33 "The Gypsy Rover" 23 Glee Club 2, 3, 4, 5, President 33 Latin Club 2, 33 French Club 4, 51 Student Council. Calendar Committee Chairman 5, Assembly Com- mittee 4, Citizenship Committee 43 Boys' State 5. Mary-Flagg Ward "Flaggie" . . . men . . . that walk! . . . female Casanova Eighth Grade Ch0I'llSQ Y-Teens 2, 3, 4, 51 French Club 4, 5, Treasurer 43 Latin Club 2, 3. Treasurer 33 Little Theater 43 Hi-Times 53 LATIPAC, Advertising Staff 53 New York Trip 51 American History Club 4. Cora Margaret Watkins Erwin . . . journalism . , . sweet Erwin School, Erwin. N. C., 1. 2, 3, 43 Reporter, Erwin Hi-Lite 4, Copy Editor 4. Moultrie Butt Watts "Moul.dy" . , . smile please . . . pal of Oscar Drcby High School, Columbia, S. C., l, 2, 3, 43 Latin Club 1, 23 National Honor Society 43 Basketball 43 Ameri- ganrflrgstory Club 43 Hi-Times 51 LATIPAC, Advertising a . CLASS OF 1947 l l SENIOR CLASS First row, left to right: Norma Stanley Wetmore "Boo" . . . "Shorty" . i . easy bird . . . getting into rou e Eighth Grade Chorus3 Student Council Representative 1, 2, 33 Little Theater 4, 53 "Ever Since Eve" 43 French Club 43 Glee Club 53 Y-Teens 4, 53 Public Speaking Club 53 Girl Scouts 13 American History Club 4, 53 May Queen 1. Chester Beauregard White, Jr. Frances . . . Little Theater Eighth Grade Chorus3 Little Theater 53 Homeroom Pres- ident 2. Edna Earl Williams Working in library . . . study worries . . . seen with Margaret Latin Club 2, 33 Y-Teens 3, 4, 52 Library Assistant 53 American History Club 43 Office Assistant 5. Oscar Davis Williams Rebel accent . . . 7c tip . . . vocabulary Spanish Club 4, 53 Hi-Times 3, 4, 53 New York Trip 43 Eagle Scouts 4, 53 Audio-Visual Club 2, 3, 4, 53 LATIPAC, Editorial Staff 53 American History Club, Vice President 43 Civics Club 23 Science Club 2. Second row: Robert Henry Williamson "Boo" . . . shooting baskets . . . friendly Hi-Y 53 Basketball 53 American History Club 5Q American Government Club 5. Mary Joanna Wilson "Joanne" . . . "Meanie" . . . South Carolina . . . planning programs Little Theater 43 Latin Club 2, 33 Spanish Club 4, 53 Y-Teens 2, 3, 4, 53 Hi-Times Reporter 53 New York Trip 43 LATIPAC, Editorial Staff 53 Mars Hill Summer School 43 American History Club 4. Ann Benner Winslow Illegal driving . . . seen with Dottie and Mot . . . worships that man! Eighth Grade Chorus3 Girl Scouts 13 Office Assistant 53 American History Club 43 Girls' Athletic Association 23 Y-Teens 2, 3, 4, 53 Latin Club 2, 33 Spanish Club 4, 5: Little Theater 4, 5. Kenneth Wellons Winston, Jr. K.W .... "Flaggie" . . . lost 'n found Eighth Grade Chorus3 Science Club 23 Sea Scouts 4, 53 American History Club 4, Vice President3 LATIPAC, Ad- vertising Manager 53 Audio-Visual Club 53 Libra Assistant 43 Boy Scouts 1, 2, 3, 4, 53 New York 'llri ' , Public Speaking 43 Hi-Times Reporter 53 Hi-Y my Club 2, 33 Marshal 53 Lost and Found Chairman 533 ue of Hearts' Court 5. - ,J 3,7 I f"wf ! - 1 m.fvM!0fi"y FW' WV Dorothy Woodward "Dottie" . . . seamstress . . . new car . . . smart . . . N.H.S. Garland High School. Garland, N. C., 1. 2, 33 Girl Scouts 2, 33 Marshal 33 School Paper, Assistant Editor 33 Glee Club 2. 3: American History Club 4: Library Assistant 53 Y-Teens 4, 53 Glee Club 43 Spanish Club 4, 5, President 43 National Honor Society 5. Betty Anderson Wright Beautiful smile . . . Carolina . . . red suit . . . --Betty Ann" American History Club 43 Office Assistant 53 Girl State Delegate 43 Girls' Athletic Association 23 Y-Teens 2, 3, 4, 53 Eighth Grade Chorus: Glee Club 2, 33 Latin Club 2, 33 "Gypsy Rover" 23 "Belle of Barcelona" 3. Elizabeth Ann Yowell "B.A," . . . Miss Editor . . Hpitppie dog" . . . Ho! so many worries Durham High School. Durham. N. C.. 1, 2, 3.' Cheer Leader 2: Student Council Representative 23 Hi-Rocket Staff 33 Cornelia Spencer Literary Society 33 Mummers Dramatics Club 33 Quill and Scroll 4, 5, Vice President 4, Secretary 53 American History Club 43 New York Trip 4: Hi-Times 4. 5, Feature Editor 4, Editor 53 Y-Teens 4, 5: French Club 4, 5, Secretary 43 Little Theater 4. 5Q Student Council, Chairman ,Points Committee 53 Senior Play 5. Betty Love Raines Transferred Fenner Watkins Left School CLASS OF 1947 R' 9.5. t fvdfwrfff' w s v ,ii V2 Y , i 'fiiwx 'STA as F If mes QQ .1 ,. 1, i . I Q F ,lu-2 Left to right: JOHN NICHOLSON, President: BARBARA DANIEL, Treasurerg BRUCE OLIVE, Sergeant-at-Armsg BETTY SHIELDS, Secretaryg MISS LESSIE COGDELL, Adviser, ROBIN SCROGGS, Vice President. JONl0R C5455 JOHN NICHOLSON was elected president of the Junior Class for the year 1946-47. Other officers elected were Robin Scroggs, vice president, Betty Shields, secretary, Barbara Daniel, treasurer, and Bruce Olive, sergeant-at-arms. The class also had an executive committee composed of the class officers and the presidents of the junior home rooms. Several members of the class have participated in the field of sports. John Nicholson, Billy Crocker, Bruce Olive, John Pierce, and Tommy Taylor were active members of the football team. Charles Barham, J. W. Boles, Bobby Yancey, and Bobby Wiggins were the outstanding 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 Nell Simms, Barbara Daniel, Gordon Middleton, Charles Barham, Nancy Fairley, Robin Scroggs, Sue Coltrane, and Barbara Jobe. When the dramatics department produced "The Arrival of Kitty," Polly Hendrix and Warren Brannon were members of the cast from the Junior Class. G. L. Smith was the only junior who achieved membership in the Golden Masquers, an honorary dramatic society. The junior marshals this year were Dorothy Johnson, John Nicholson, Betty Shields, and Gordon Middletoni The big event of the year was the annual Junior-Senior formal dance. A Pan-American theme was used in decorations, programs, and refreshments. Music was furnished by Herbert Gupton's orchestra. There was also a floor show given by a group of students. For the Junior Class, 1946-47 has been a year of outstanding achievements in which we are proud to have contributed so great a number of leaders and honor students to the school. We are grateful to Miss Lessie Cogdell, class adviser, for her interest and help, for we feel that We are indebted to her for much of our success. 32 First row, left to right: Edward Drick Bagley, III Robert Freeman Bailey Barbara Ann Ballenger Betty Banks Faye Marie Barbour Charles Dewey Barham Mildred Anne Barnes Second row: Thomas Jeffries Barnett Elizabeth Louis Battle Jesse Jordan Beale, Jr. Johnsy Jenkins Beaman William Murray Booker Sara Rush Bost Joseph William Beach Third row: Warren Cloud Brannon Helen Marie Britt William Ellington Broach Robert Houston Broome, III Margaret Dena Brown James Edwin Carter William Branson Caviness, Jr Fourth row: Dolores Eugenia Clement William Norman Clement, Jr. Rayford Floyd Collins Martha Sue Coltrane Robert Cooper Charles Correll, Jr. Roger Dennis Cox First row, left to right: William Floyd Crocker Barbara Orr Daniel Barbara Davis John De Vogt Charles Simeon Doby William Burton Dowell Mary Lu Driver Second row: Marilyn Ann Emory Peggy Ann Evans Lamont Fitzgerald Katherine Bysshe Forrest Charles William Gaddy Hortense Bee Gatling Mary Frances Gilbert Third row: Nancy Mae Harmon Polly Shields Hendrix Fay Elizabeth Hill Lillyan Lee Hill Mary Louise Hines Arthur Leon Howard, Jr Betty Ann Howe Fourth row: Richard Neal Howell Joyce Carole Hoy Dorothy Elizabeth Humphreys Sara Ann Hunt Robert Hunter Benjamin Carr Ivey Jacqueline Jernigan Wifi J I aa- - get -4 , M 'S-et- A lflff-J .QQ 'ff-' fJ'4'f4'4f f-ff I l I' f I " I V lj !4Lv4V!- JM- -Y , , r..g,u.A.'g af 41's First row, left to right: Barbara Ann Jobe Dorothy Ann Johnson Mary Grace Johnson Leonidas Merritt Jones Tommy Jones Phyllis Braund Kelly Mary Everett Kennedy Second row: Stephen Kenney Gordon Reece Latham Joanne Liles William Neal Lilley Mildred Ann Lynn Joseph Harper Maddux J Macon Edward Martin. Jr. Third row: Norman Bowman McCullock Gwendolyn Dare McGhee Betty Lou McMasters Gordon Kennedy Middleton, Jr Robert Bryant Midgette Eugene Mims John Charles Morris Fourth row: Marilyn Forest Morrissette Joyce Blue Morton Audie Bell Murray Ernestine Nance William Harold Newman John Ellis Nicholson Withers Nowlan First row, left to right: George Wesley Paulson Ralph James Peeler Mary Susan Pickens John Pierce Douglas Holder Pruden Nora Emalyne Ritchie Ned Latham Ruggles Second row: Joyce Barbara Sapp Robin Jerome Scroggs Martha Jo Sedberry Mary J o Shaw Betty Lu-Ferne Shields Randall Shipstead Nell Morris Sims Third row: Winton Mercey Sims Walter L. Slater Betty Louise Smith Frances Lena Smith George Lafayette Smith Janie Claiborn Smith Kenneth Judson Smith Fourth row: Shirley Anne Sorrell Johnny Foster Spain Bennie Seaton Starling Tommy Warwick Steed, Margaret Jean Stewart May Sloan Stone Bruce Malcolm Olive ! 0' 3 First row, left to right: Karl Dane Stuart Rachel Summers Eleanor Anne Sykes Thomas Ally Taylor William Moflitt Teague Joseph Scott Terrell Second row: Mary Thomas James Vernon Thompson Bernard Harris Thorn Alfred Small Varner Mary Madeline Ward Virginia Ward Third row: William Henry Watkins Joseph lVIoore White, Jr. Peggy Marie Williams Thurston Adger Wilson Hunter McGuire Woodall Peggy Lavone Woodall Fourth row: Ina Ruth Woodruff Charles Walter Wooten Millie Lou Wyatt Robert Gibbons Yancey S Left to right: MISS MARY Foy' HESTER, Adviserg JOHN DUNCAN, Presidentg FRANK DANIELS, Vice Presidentg VIRGINIA MOWERY, Treasurerg BETTY MCAEEE, Secretaryg CHARLES CALDWELL, Sergeant-at-Arms. 50Pfl0MORf CLASS SOPHOMORE CLASS PROJECT-TO keep the cafeteria clean during lunch periods SOPHOMORE CLASS DANCE-March 22, 1947 THEME-Spring Festival SOPHOMORE CLASS SUPERLATIVES MR. and MISS SOPHOMORE John Duncan Betty McAfee MOST INTELLIGENT Jean Denny Myron Banks WIT Susan Ives Randolph Trull SPORTS Billy Ammons Sara Wilson BEAU and BELLE Catherine Clark Bikle Eddie Askew VERSATILITY Sara Martha Newton Tommy Ashcraft MASCOTS Nancy Ziegler Malcolm Jones 38 First row, left to right: William Elton Adams Fayolene Allen William John Ammons John Helen Anderson Patsy Ruth Andrews Edward Roland Askew John Askew Second row: Richard Creighton Beach John Edd Beaman George Copeland Bell Clara Belle Berry Elma Nell Berry Catherine Clark Bikle Betty Louise Bishop Third row: Willie Joan Bishop Jesse Alfred Black Daniel Blake, Jr. Ethel Crawford Bonner Alma Olivia Brigman Norma Julianne Brown D. Lee Browning Fourth row: Betty Ann Bryan Clyde Milton Bryan Jeannette Eleanor Bull Charles Clinton Caldwell William Edgar Caldwell Howard Brooks Campen Betsy Lind Carroll First row, left to right: Julius George Carter Robert William Caudle Charles Gerald Caveness Claude Patterson Caveness James Charles Cheatham Betty Ann Clark Andrew Lee Clement Second row: Alice May Collier Dora Ann Cooper Robert Edwin Cutts Mary Scott Daniel Frank Arthur Daniels John Oscar Davis Jean Stowe Denny Third row: Ann Woody Deyton Thomas Weber Dickens Grace Eunice Doar Barbara Ann Eacho William Ewart Easterling Hugh Crichton Edsall Adrienne Philips Eller Fourth row: David Evans Helen Carolyn Evans Luke Astelle Forrest Patricia Ann Fredriksen Eloise Lillian Fretz Juliet Elizabeth Fulghum Matilda Jean Galton First row, left to right: Karl Claudius Garrison Louise Estelle George Virginia Randolph Gilliam Ham L. Godwin Jeffrie Ann Grady Charles Edward Grandy Jane Mary Gray Second row: Ann Inez Greene Caroline Heath John Allen Hester Nancy McRae Hobbs Anne Holt Sarah Huneycutt Susan Ives Third row: Margaret Jackson Carl Johnson Earl Johnson June Dodd Johnson Sammy Jean Johnson Gene Monroe Johnston Betty Lucille Jones Fourth row: Jean Marie Jones Julia Jones Janet Keever Elizabeth Ann Kelly Carolyn King Jo Anne LaRue Richard Carl Lassiter First row, left to right: Jimmy Benjamin Lawrence Billy Lee Jean Ellen Leonard Henry Byrd Lewis Cora Jane Lilly Willard Bradford Litchfield Joyce Lloyd Second row: Ann Clayton Long Elsie Dail Macon Betty Louise McAfee Jean Mann McGhee Robert Barnard Meacham Thomas Finch Moore Martha Elizabeth Morgan Third row: Virginia Downs Mowery John Hugh Nance, Jr. Mary Josie Nelson Sarah Martha Newton Minnie Ann Nipper Lula Wynne Norman Lenora Paddock Fourth row: Charles Claude Park Margaret Louise Pearson Iris Cherry Pendergraph Elizabeth Lou Phillips Jane IsaBel Phinney Fred Vernon Phipps Joseph Worth Pollard First row, left to right: Rose Marie Poole Norwood Wesley Pope Theo Robert Potter John Frederick Prescott, Jr. Jean Pearl Pulley Harold Bagley Rhodes Mildred Rhodes Second row: Virginia Ellen Richardson David Robinson Barbara Rogers Jo Ann Rollins Mattie Gore Rouse Millicent Rouse Earl Rowland Third row: Madelyn Schreffler Margaret Winborne Sears Edith Conyers Shanklin Anne Williams Simpson Gary Freeman Singleton George Wallace Smith Sarah Ann Smithdeal Fourth row: Richard Llewellyn Sommers Mary Lloyd Stallings Rosella Stanard Daphine Stephenson Shirley Stough Joanne Ruth Strickland Robert Jackson Stroupe First row, left to right. Robert Newland Styres Bromley O'Neal Sutton Charlotte Taylor Robert Terry Robert Thomas Dick Tippett Betty Denne Trentman Second row: Randolph Trull Camille Turner Bobbie Lee Upchurch Homer Upchurch Joe Neil Ward James Waters Norman Willey Third row: Mary Arm Williams M. Mial Williamson R. B. Wilmer Sarah E. Wilson Paul Winslow Sarah Frances Woodall Mary Lila Woodward Fourth row: Martha Woolery Alice Mae Young Mary Ruth Yow Anne Zappa Patsy Zeigler Robert Louis Zucker NINTH 6Rv4Df freshman C7455 Fresbman dass Grganizations swam comm OFFICERS Bobby Deyton ..........,,.....,....,,..,,,....,,,,........,.,,,.. President Charles Barham ,.,.,...,.........,,,..A..AA..,,,,.... Vice President Sarah Martha Newton ,..,.. ..,,,,......... S ecretary Calvin Koonce ...,...... ,Y,,..,. ,..,,,,,........,, T r easurer Jimmy Lesane ,,...,,......... ....., S ergeant-at-Arms Mr. Eason ......,..,,..,,.......,.,,,..,........,,,...,....,.,...,......., Adviser REPRESENTATIVES Eighth Grade: Skipper McMillan, Alfred Purrington, Walton Joyner, Woody Gatling, Diantha Carter. Ninth Grade: Kenneth Smith, J. J. Beale, Virginia Hudson, Nancy Jo Fox, Jackie Clarkson, G. M. Wooten. Tenth Grade: Carroll Weathers, Betty McAfee, Tommy Dickens, Wynne Norman, Amelia Barbour, Ham Godwin. Eleventh Grade: Nancy Fairley, Bill Watkins, Mary Kennedy, Ernest Phillips, May Stone. Twelfth Grade: Otis Moran, Joe Christian, Martha Stough, Bobby Gore, Eugene Pickett. Members First row, left to right: G. M. Wooten, Skipper J Millan, Alfred Purrington, Walton Joyner, M Kennedy, Jackie Clarkson, Wynne Norman, Be Ann Yowell, Sabra Ives, Diantha Carter, La Tippett. Second row: Woody Gatlin, Car Weathers, Elizabeth Moran, Nancy Fairley, ll Stone, Betty McAfee, Sara Martha Newton, J1 Jones, Doris Ashby, Virginia Hudson, Nancy Fox, Amelia Barbour, Dot Bray. Third row: Gill Barker, Martha Stough, Annie Taylor, Red Barh Robert Ammons, Billy Galt, Dick Sommers, I-l Godwin, Mr. Dandelake. Fourth row: Cal Koonce, Billy Stone, Kenneth Smith, Kenn Winston, J. J. Beale, Bill Cope, Bobby Deyton, Watkins, Gene Pickett, Bobby Walker, Er! Phillips, Joe Clark, Jimmy Briggs, Otis Moran, Christian, John Senter. COMMITTEES Social: Bobbie Lee Rogers, Chairman. This year, as before, it was the responsibility of the social committee to lay plans for all social events centered about the council. A dance after the Rocky Mount football game served as a home- coming affair, and another dance on February 28 was sponsored by the council. A tea for the new students on September 30 and a Student Leaders' Banquet on December 12 rounded out this commit- tee's work. Sports: Co-Chairmen, John Senter and Dot Bray. A strenuous program of intramural sports be- tween home rooms was supervised by the members of this committee. Also during football season the goalposts were decorated with crepe paper. COMMITTEES School Store Elections SPOITS Lost and Found: Chairman, Kenneth Winston. Many a lost article was acquired by inquiring at the lost and found office, which was open Mon- day, Wednesday, and Friday mornings. Audio-Visual: Chairman, Billy Stone. Though there were very few pay movies held for the enjoyment of the whole student body, the task of showing pictures for individual classes was quite a large one. Calendar: Chairman, Bobby Walker. This committee planned dates for all school activi- ties and saw that there was no intermingling of the dates for these events. Points: Co-Chairmen, Betty Ann Yowell, Jimmy Nicholson The drawing up of a whole new points system was the largest task ol' the points committee. The total number of points that each member of the student borly had acquired during his high school career was tallied at the beginning of the second semester. House: Committee, Sabra Ives, The members ol' this committee cleaned the trophy ease regularly, and took charge of having pennants made tor football and basketball games. Assembly: Chairman, Jimmy Briggs. This committee planned some very interesting and inspirational chapel programs. Probably the highlights were a musical program given by the Blind School, Shaw University Glee Club, Professor Quiz, and Mac Campbells Band. Stage: Chairman, Billy Galt, It. is the responsibility oi' the stage crew to make certain that the stage is kept clean. that curtains and lights are kept in order, and that the curtains and lights are operated during chapel programs and other functions taking place in the school auditorium. Piihlicity: Chairman, Annie Taylor. The greatest job resting upon the publicity com- mittee, and largely upon its chairman, is that of Writing the school news in the form ot' a column appearing in each of the local newspapers weekly. This committee also publieizes all the various games, dances, plays, and other functions taking place within and about the school. Standards: Chairman, Charles Barham. This committee and its members endeavored to replace the worn Hag which apgeared in front of the school by acquiring a new merican Standard from the American Legion. Near the close ol' school the service flag of former Broughton students was taken down and cleaned. Grounds: Chairman, Robert Ammons. Plans for a showcase in memory of boys who died in World War II were completed, and a great deal ot' money was raised for that purpose. Citizenship: Chiarman, Doris Ashby. Clean-up and "Get Aequainted Week" campaigns were the highlights in the work of the Citizenship Committee. t'at'eteria: Chairman. Calvin Koonce. Cleanliness and order in the cafeteria were main- tained by the members of this committee. The breaking of the line at lunch period was decreased tremendously due to leadership of the members. Poster: Chairman, Emilia Kutschinski. Many attractive and original posters for advertis- ing school events were the work of the members ot' this committee, Not only the poster committee, but all the other committees ot' the student council were represented by these posters, Constitution: Chairman, Virginia Waldrop, The altering and combining of various student council committees, and the changes in our student council constitution were the largest jobs of the Constitution Committee. Elections: Chairman, Jimmy Lesane. With its chairman, the school sergeant-at-arms, this committee and its various members directed the elections of class officers and any necessary elections in the Council. Top to bottom: Publicity, stage, and poster: audio-visual house and grounds. 49 Me Naffbnal Honor Socfbry THE NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY is composed of juniors and seniors who have ex- celled in the four standards of character, leadership, service, and scholarship. They are selected by the votes of both the students and the faculty members. During the fall the members assisted in office work and conducted a study hall be- fore school. Giving recognition to the two ninth and tenth grade home rooms having the highest scholastic records for the first six weeks' period was the spring project of the Society. At the fall tapping ceremony five juniors and four seniors were taken into the society. At the spring ceremony three juniors and four seniors were tapped. The oflicers for the first term were Jimmy Briggs, president, Jimmy Nicholson, vice president, Barbara Daniel, secretary, and Alvin Jenkins, treasurer. The members of the society are as follows: Helen Joyce Bell, Jimmy Briggs, Clay Crisp, Eunice Floyd, Alvin Jenkins, Dick Jenrette, Calvin Koonce, Charles McDonald, Jimmy Nicholson, Barbara Schreffler, Tom Smiley, Margaret Story, Martha Strough, Bobby Walker, and Dot Woodward, seniors, Charles Barham, Sue Coltrane, Barbara Daniel, Nancy Fairley, Barbara Jobe, Gordon Middleton, Robin Scroggs, and Nell Sims, juniors. Mrs. W. J. Hosley is the adviser of the chapter. 50 Needfmm Broughton Band Drum Majors: Neal O'Neal, Norman Goldin. Majorertes: Louise Seagroves, Janice Dean, Jeannie Lynn, Betsy Johnson, Carolyn Gore, Ann Gupton, Alternate fWl1jO7'l'llCSf Dena Brown, Betty Jean Hines. Flutes: Lloyd Bostion, Lee Bostion, Marion McCurdy, Clf11'ii1eIs: Joe Beach, Ned Riiggles, Cary Holliday, Gerry Wall, Norman Goldin, Roy Denkins, D. A, Bergeron, Helen Stokes. Cary Single- ton, Myron Banks, Jimmy Cheatham, Russell Capps, Betty Jones. Susie Carter, Ann Glenn, Dayton Estes, Dicky Ford, Bobby Jones, French, Horns: Clay Crisp, Grace Wyatt, Dick Beach, Jeannie Lynn, Thelma lVIeClary. Oboes: Jean Leonard, Louise Seagroves. Bassooiis: Emelia Kutschinski, Evelyn Kutsis. Cornets: Bobby Gore, Bill Watkins, Osler Murray, Billy Williams, Leon Jordon, Benjy Ivey, Billy Lee, Jimmy Huffsteller, Henry Lewis, Joe Neil Ward, Joe Pollard, Bobby Cutts. J. W. Boney, Bill Hobbs. Tommy Steele, Oscar Taylor, Bfiritones: Neal O'Neal, Charles Doby. Tronzbones: Robert Edwards, Billy Garrard, Vernon Harrell, Dick Tippett, Nick Davis, Alfred Wienstein, Lonnie Poole, Bobby Whitehead, Jimmy Davis. Saaroplioriesi George Costa, Burton Garr, Tommy Lee, Jean Galton, Bucky Horton, Billy Ransom, John lVIcAllister. Gloc'keiis1n'iIs: Jean Leonard, Evelyn Kutsis, Violet Byrum. Basses: Guilford Boykin, Pete Jenkins, J. B, Bergeron, Haywood Burnette,Drums: Ty Rodden, Bob Stroupe. Dick Sommers, J. B. Bagwell, Howard Cannon, Charles White, Bobby Hook, Bobbie Lee Upchurch. Coloi'Guri1'ds:Richard Byrd, Ronald lVIcKinney, Bill King, Rufus Hilliard, John Collier. l 5 1 Elee flub THE NEEDHAM BROUGHTON High School Glee Club, under the direction of Miss Camille Jernigan, was composed of one hundred and thirty members. Participation in several of the assembly programs was one of the main contributions of the Glee Club to school life. A Thanks- giving musical program was presented in chapel. An inspirational presentation of the "Story of the Birth of Christ" was given at Christmas, with Eugene Pickett as narrator. In March the mixed chorus entered the district music contest at Meredith College. The high-light of the spring was in the form of a spring concert by the Glee Club and the Band. Featured soloist in the spring concert was Robert Walker. Some members of the Broughton Glee Club sang in the Raleigh High Schools Glee Club under the direction of Mr. Frederick Stanley Smith. This group sang for the Legislature, for many local civic clubs, and for several radio broadcasts. Officers of the Broughton High School Glee Club were: Jo Brooks, presidentg Mary Louise Hines, vice presidentg Pat Lawrence, secretaryg La Mont Fitzgerald, treasurerg Ryan Bashford, sergeant-at-armsg Vernon Thompson, reporter, Helen Joyce Bell and Phyllis Kelly, accompanists. Faye Allen Pat Alphin Barbara Arnold Mary Jane Bailey Gilmer Banker Jane Bashford Ryan Bashford Lee Bostian Dot Bray Jo Brooks Dena Brown Julia Ann Brown Bobbie Jane Buchanan Bobbie Burch Margaret Burch Jerry Caveness Stephanie Chapin Jackie Clarkson Dolores Clement Cecelia Cone Margaret Crawford John 0. Davis John DeVogt Ann Deyton Tommy Dickens Jimmy Doolittle Libba Dorris Mary Lu Driver Janet Edwards Jean Edwards Pat Eberhart Archie Fairley Marshall Feemster La Mont Fitzgerald John Fletcher Katherine Forrest Luke Forrest Jo Fox Daphne Franklin Pat Frederickson Julie Fulghum Bee Gatling Peggy Geanes Louise George Lucretia Gift Mary Frances Gilbert Clarence Gill Jimmy Gill Freddye Green Ann Gupton Barbara Harrell Janet Harris Ann Hartzog Rebecca Haynes Leah Hendrix Fay Hill Betty Hines Mary Louise Hines Nancy Hobbs Virginia Hudson Mary Huneycutt Sara Ann Hunt Robert Hunter Susan Ives Pete Jenkins June Johnson Peggy Johnson Phyllis Kelly Pat Lawrence Gene Little Joyce Lloyd Macon Martin Celia Middleton Gordon Middleton Margie Moore 52 Otis Moran Nancy Murray Pat McLean Betty Pace Frances Park George Parrot Susan Pickens Jeanette Poole Jack Peatross Lewis Powell Stanley Potter Bill Proctor Doug Pruden Al Pruitt Mary Raney Anne Rothgeh Shirley Ritchie Betty Robertson Doris Robinson Mary Robinson Jo Ann Rollins lVIattie Gore Rouse Mary Frances Ruggles Majorie Shepherd Elaine Shumaker Robin Singleton Betty Springle Wood Smethurst Ann Smithdeal Genie Smith Isabel Smith Suzanne Smith Mary Stallings Daphine Stephenson Gladys Streete Billy Taylor Nalene Thompson Vernon Thompson Camille Turner Iris Tyson Doris Vaughn Norma Wetmore John Whitaker Joe White Peggy Whitley Mary Ann Williams George Williams Sara Wilson Alice Young Patsy Zeipher 2 35 SQ 'Ei - ,M 1 w 'E 5 5 i lv .A,"'.. 'Y' vw s sg M n fi! fibres First row, left to right: John Hunter, Dick Jenrette, Jimmy Nicholson, Betty Anne Yowell, Peggy Stewart, Anne Arendell. Second row: Paul Thornburg, Betty Trentman, Ethel Bonner, Sally Bizzell, Emilia Kutschinski, Jean Anderson, Barbara Parrish, Virginia Page, Joanne Liles. Third row: Charles Park, Robert Ammons, Sarah Martha Newton, Nancy Norwood, Mary Kennedy, Mary Frances Gilbert, Margie Story, Jackie Jernigan, Helen Joyce Bell, Annie Taylor, Elsie Martin, Mary Flagg Ward, Kenneth Winston, Tom Guin. Fourth row: Oscar Williams, Bill Pleasants, Jimmy Briggs, Charles Barham, Nancy Fairley, George Williams, Mr. High, George Paulson, O. C. Pennington. The Hi-Times, Needham Broughton's newspaper, had a successful year during 1946-47. Under the editorship of Betty Anne Yowell, eight issues were printed during the year. The Hi-Times again appeared in its pre-war size with six or more pages in almost every edition. Every member of the staff has done his share to make the quality of The Hi-Times good enough to receive one of the top Columbia Scholastic Press Association awards. The typists, reporters, copy readers, advertising agents, departmental editors, and head- line writers all voluntarily contributed much of their free time to the newspaper work. Mr. Thomas High rendered invaluable aid as faculty adviser. The Hi-Times is affiliated with the Columbia Scholastic Press Association, the Na- tional Scholastic Press Association, and the Quill and Scroll. The Hi-Times was represented in the C.S.P.A. Convention at Columbia University in New York by twenty staff members. Hi-Times Editors Editor, BETTY ANNE YOWELLQ Managing Editor, PEGGY STEWART, Feature Editor, ANNE ARENDELLQ Advertising Editor, JOHN HUNTERQ Sports Editor, DICK JENRETTE. 54 le Perf? Ce cle F ancavk Ol-'l1'lt'ERS, Si-vm-nth Period: President, Mary Frances Gilbertp Vice President, Polly Hendrixg Secretary, Marilyn Morrissctteg Treasurer, Barbara Eachug Sergeant-at-Arms, Warren Baits. Eighth Period: President, Tuinmy Burnett, Vice President, Joanne Lilesg Secretary, Gene Johnston, Treasurer, Jane Lloyd, Sergeant-at-Arms, Charles Caldwcllg Adviser, Mrs. Lillian C. Sandling. Z e Ce cle F ancaflv OFI-'lt'ERS: President, Sidney Koonceg Vice President, O. C. Pennington: Secretary, Anne Arondcllg Treasurer, Ernest Phillips, Sergeant-at-Arms, Charles George: Adviser, Mrs. Lillian C. Sandling. 55 SENIOR Y-TEEN MEMBERS Elllbf 7-Teens OFFICERS: President, Virginia Waldrop, Vice President, Jackie Jernigang Secretary, Annie Taylor, Treasurer, Dot Bray. COMMITTEE CHAIRMEN: Social, Sabra Ives, Publicity, Nell Sims, Program, Anne Arendellg Service, May Stoneg Music, Helen Bell. ADVISERS: Mrs. Maurice Clayton, Miss Julia Barrett. Barbara Adams Anne Arendell Doris Ashby Helen Joyce Bell Sally Bizzell Nancy Blackard Frances Britt Marguerite Burton Sue Coltrane Cecelia Cone Mary Cutlitf Barbara Daniel Peggy Evans Nancy Fairley Eunice Floyd Mary Frances Gilbert Anne Gupton Lillyan Hill Sabra Ives Jackie Jernigan Barbara J obe Dot Johnson Mary Lee Jones Mary Jane Keller Mary Kennedy Jean Kistler Emilia Kutschinski Myrtle Lemon Joanne Liles Elsie Martin Beverly Moody Mary Moody Joy Morton Ernestine Nance Nancy Norwood Virginia Page Barbara Parish Anne Paschal Jean Penny Emil Rhodes Y Bobbie Lee Rogers Barbara Schmidt Barbara Schrefller Mary Jo Shaw 56 Betty Shields Nell Sims Winton Sims Betty Smith Betty L. Smith Frances Smith Janie Smith Janet Stager Peggy Stewart May Stone Margie Story Martha Stough Annie Taylor Nancy Upchurch Virginia Waldrop Mary Flagg Ward Norma Wetmore Joanna Wilson Anne Winslow Dot Woodward Betty Anne Yowell Jumbr 7-Teens OFFICERS: President, Betty McAfee: Vice President, Jean Dennyg Secretary, Ann Greeneg Treas- urer, Ann Zappag Sergeant-at-Arms, Sara Huneycuttg Adviser, Mrs. Fonville. COMMITTEE CHAIRMEN: Social, Anne Kellyg Publicity, Jean McGheeg Service, Virginia Mow- eryg Program, Jean Dennyg Music, Daphne Stephenson. THE PURPOSE of the Junior Y-Teen Club is to build a fellowship of women and girls devoted to the task of realizing in our common life those ideals of personal and social living to which we are committed by our faith as Christians. In this endeavor we seek to understand Jesus, to share His love for all people, and to grow in the knowledge and love of God. MEMBERS OF JUNIOR Y-TEENS Patricia Alphin Patsy Ruth Andrews Doris Anderson Nancy Apple Barbara Arnold Anna Ball Arthur Mary Jane Bailey Jane Bashford Catherine Bikle Joan Bishop Ethel Bonner Alma Brigman Bobbie Jane Buchanan Jeanette Bull Bobbie Burch Margaret Burch Nancy Caviness Catherine Chapman Gertrude Chappell Betty Ann Clark Jacquelyn Clarkson Dail Claridge Virginia Clayton Alice Collier Martha Combs Dora Anne Cooper Frances Crabtree Margaret Crawford Mary Scott Daniel Claire Davis Patsy Davis Jean Denny Ann Deyton Grace Doar Libba Dorris Betty Eatman Pat Eberhart Carolyn Evans Nancy Jo Fox Daphne Franklin Eloise Fretz Juliet Fulghum Mary Evelyn Fuller Patsy Gattis Peggy Geans Louise George Virginia Gilliam Jay Given Mary Godwin Nina Godwin Jeffrie Anne Grady Ann Greene Freddye Greene Peggy Hathcock Bobbie Lynon Harrell Virginia Harrell Ann Hartzog Rebecca Haynes Caroline Heath Leah Hendrix Anele Hicks Nancy Hobbs Laura Holoman Ann Holt Boots Hudson Mary Orr Huneycutt Phyllis Hurst Betty Lou Jenkins Julia Jones Barbara Johnson Peggy Johnson Janet Keever Ann Kelly Nancy Lee Jane Lilly Joyce Lloyd Elsie Macon Barbara Mallard Betty McAfee Jean McGhee Patricia McLean Ann Merriman Betty Minshew Jackie Mizelle Anne Moore Elizabeth Moran Virginia Mowery Nancy Murry Sara Martha Newton Mary Jo Nelson Wynne Norman Marilyn Neasc Betty Lou Pace Betsy Phillips Jane Phinney Barbara Rogers Ann Rothgeb Mary Frances Ruggles Mildred Rhodes Peggy Sears Marjorie Shepherd Betty Springle Genie Smith Suzanne Smith Ella May Squires Daphne Stephenson Charlotte Taylor Aloma Thomas Betty Trentman Nancy Overton Pat Weems Peggy Whitely Helen Willard Peggy Yancey Anne Zappa Patsy Zeigler uw-,.z,' N5 N K uiieqiggfxl Me Spamlvfz dab E SPANISH I, first row, left to right: Mrs. Ladu, Phyllis Kelly, Mary Louise Hines, Charles Park, Charles McDonald, Karl Stuart, J. W. Boles, Sue Coltrane, Sonny Thorn, Betty Shields, Dolores Clement, Helen Britt, Johnsy Beamon, Nancy Harmon, Dena Brown, Mary Jo Shaw, Martha Jo Sedberry, Emily Ritchie. Second row: Nell Sims, Katherine Forrest, Ralph Steele, Johnny Spain, Lawrence Daughtry, Robert Hunter, Floyd Collins, Eugene Mims,, William Teague, Bruce Olive, Barbara Ballenger, May Stone, Mary Kennedy, Ernestine Nance, Bee Gatling, Susan Pickens. Third and fourth rows: Billy Caviness, Eugene Ferrell, George Paulson, Charles Gaddy, Hubert Rhodes, Jesse Black, Bill Watkins, Horace Lindsey, Vernon Thompson, Leon Jordan, Barbara Daniel, Jackie Jernigan, Nancy Fairley, Patricia Whitford, Joyce Sapp, Rhea Stevick. THE SPANISH CLUB, "Los Amigos," supplements the regular class work in giving the students more opportunity to speak and understand Spanish as an every-day language. By becoming better acquainted with the traditions, customs, and life of the people in Spanish-speaking countries, and by recognizing the heritage from Spain in our own cultural and material development, the Spanish Club seeks to promote international understanding and good will. During the year, members of the club have corresponded with students in many Spanish-speaking nations. Programs have included short plays in Spanish, a number of educational films depicting Latin American countries, guest speakers who have traveled or lived in Latin America, and games, contests, and puzzles to afford practice in using Spanish. The highlight of the year was the club's presentation of its annual Pan-American Day program in chapel. The program, "Mexican Fiesta," consisted of typical songs, dances, and costumes of Mexico. The successful year came to a close with a banquet at the SSLW in May. 58 The Spamlvfz dub SPANISH CLUBS, FIRST YEAR OFFICERS FIRST PERIOD: President, Charles Park, Vice President, Barbara Daniel, Secretary, Nell Sims, Treasurer, John DeVogt, Sergeant-at Arms, Billy Caviness. SECOND PERIOD: President, Tommy Steed, Vice President, Nancy Fairley, Secretary, Bar- bara Ballenger, Treasurer, Sue Coltrane, Ser- geant-at-Arms, Bruce Olive. EIGI-ITH PERIOD: President, George Paulson, Vice President, Charles McDonald, Secretary, Mary Kennedy, Treasurer, Charles Gaddyg Sergeant-at-Arms, William Teague. SECOND YEAR OFFICERS FOURTI-I-FIFTH PERIOD OFFICERS: Presi- dent, Dick Jenrette, Vice President, Jimmy Briggs, Secretary, Tom Smiley, Treasurer, Josephine Brooks, Sergeant-at-Arms, Billy Taylor. SEVENTH PERIOD OFFICERS: President, Bobby Gore, Vice President, Carolyn Gore, Secretary, Mary Jane Keller, Treasurer, Eugene Pickett, Sergeant-at-Arms, Withers Nolan. SPANISH II, first row, left to right: Dorothy Woodward, Virginia Page, Patricia Lawrence, Mar'- guerite Burton, Anne Gupton, Carolyn Gore, Janet Stager, Mary Moody, Beverly Moody, Barbara Schreflier. Second row: Anne Winslow, Jo Brooks, Al Pruitt, John Senter, Barbara Parish, Adelaide Haynes, Helen Joyce Bell, Margie Story, Mary Jane Keller. Third row: Billy Debnam, John Sexton, Tommy Smiley, Bill Pleasants, Jimmy Briggs, Alvin Jenkins, Bobby Gore, Joe Clark, Dick Jenrette, Eugene Pickett. Fourth row: Joanna Wilson, Audrey Hamilton, Billy Burgess, Withers Nolan, Jack Ingle, Billy D. Taylor. D latin dab MOTTO: Possunt quia posse videntur I THE LATIN CLUB was composed of four first-year sections and four second-year sections which met twice monthly during the class period. The purpose of the club was to acquaint the student with Roman legends, gods and goddesses, and various phases of Roman life. Aside from the usual songs and Latin stories, this year the club played bingo, had spelling matches, held quiz programs, and invited outside speakers. As an incentive to better Work those students who had an average of 80 or above, were permitted to order a Latin Club Pin. Each year the members adopt some Worthy project. They have helped with the purchasing of a filing cabinet for club materials, with the framing of pictures suitable for the Latin rooms, and they have bought small government bonds and two unabridged dictionaries, A satisfactory beginning toward a club library SECOND YEAR OFFICERS has been made. Second Period President ...............,,, .....,,,.Merritt Jones Vice President ...,.,. .......... .,i,,. J e an Denny Secretary .................,,,, ,.,,,, V irginia Gilliam Treasurer ,,,.....,.... ...,, .,..... A nn Zappa Sergeant-at-Arms ,,,.,,... ,,,... J immy Waters Fifth-Sixth Period President ,,,,,, ,,......... ........,,............. E I oise Fretz Vice President ....,,, Secretary ........,, .,,... Treasurer.. ,.... Sergeant-at-Arms .,...... Sammy Jean Johnson .....,Mary Scott Daniel ..i.,.....Stephen Kenney ,..,......,John Duncan Seventh Period President ,,.........,.... Vice President ..,.,, Secretary ,,,,,........,,, Treasurer ...,.,,.,....,.. ..,,,....Dick Sommers ,,,Sarah Newton Betty McMaster ..,,,,....Jane Phinney Sergeant-at-Arms ,,,,... ,,....,,, H am Godwin Eighth Period President ,,,.......... Vice President ,,,,.. Secretary ..,,.,,,,....... Treasurer ....,,,,.. ,...,, Sergeant-at-Arms, SECOND YEAR LATIN CLUB Elton Adams Billy Ammons Patsy Andrews E. O. Bagley Myron Banks Dick Beach Clara Berry Elma Berry Catherine Bikle John Bishop Ethel Bonner Murray Booker Sarah Bost Alma Brigman Jeanette Bull Bob Caudle Pat Caviness Walter Cook Dennis Cox Winifred Culberth Mary Scott Daniel Frank Daniels John Davis Jean Denny Ann Deyton Grace Doar John Duncan Ewart Easterling Hugh Edsall Adrienne Eller Carolyn Evans David Evans Patricia Fredricksen Eloise Fretz Julia Fulghum Jean Galton Karl Garrison Louise George Lucretia Gift Virginia Gilliam Ham Godwin Alan Gordon Bobby Goss Jeffrie Ann Grady Jean Grover Tom Guin Nancy Hobbs Anne Holt Betty Jane Huntley Dorothy Johnson Sammy Jean Johnson Betty Lou Jones Julia Jones Merritt Jones Janet Keever Ann Kelly Stephen Kenny Carolyn King Jane Lillv Jo Anne LaRue Myrtle Lemon Jane Lilly Joyce Lloyd Jeannie Lynn Frank McGhee Jean McGhee Betty McMaster Elsie Macon Bobbie Meacham Virginia Mowery Jimmy Nance Sarah Newton Roger Otstot Margaret Pearson Jean Penny Betsy Phillips Jane Phinny Norwood Pope Robert Potter Fred Prescott Harold Rhodes Mildred Rhodes Virginia Richards David Robinson .....i,,,,David Robinson Ewart Easterling ...,,,,....Nancy Hobbs ,.....,Alma Brigman ..,,,,,Paul Winslow 0l'l Barbara Rogers Ned Ruggles Madelyn Schuffler Robin Scruggs Peggy Sears Connie Shanklin Anne Simpson Wallace Smith Dick Sommers Rosella Stanard Joanne Strickland Bob Terry Dick Tippett Betty Trentman Camille Turner Joe Ward Jimmy Waters Moultrie Watts George Williams Paul Winslow Sarah Wilson Hunter Woodall Mary L. Woodward Martha Woolery Alice M. Young Mary Ruth Yow Ann Zappa I-'irst Period President , , Vice President Secretar y. .. Treasurer , ,... , , Sergeant-at-Arms Fifth-Sixth Period President, Vice President Secretary Treasurer Sergeant-at-Arms. ,, Phillip Allen Patricia Alphin John Anderson Nancy Apple Barbara Arnold Anna Ball Arthur Buddy Asbill Tommy Ashcraft Mary Jane Bailey Donnie Baise Gilmer Barker Craig Barnhart Jane Bashford George Bell Bill Blackwell Dan Blake Jimmy Blake James Blank Charles Bolding Fred Bost Lee Bostian Lloyd Bostian Barbara Buchanan Bobbie Burch Margaret Burch Billy Butler Betsy Carroll John Caudle Catherine Chapman Gertrude Chappell lar h flub Kenneth Smith ,, .Dan Blake Patricia Alphin Tommy Ashcraft , ., o,rro ...., P hilip Auen ,.,,.Lyman Kiser Jimmie Jensen , Ann McDonald . , Peggy Yancey Bo McEachern Seventh Period Presidente ,, Vice Presidente Secretary, ,, ,,,,, Treasurer .. ,, Sergeant-at-Arms Eighth Pcriod President ,, ,, Vice President .. Secretary ..., , , , Treasurer .,,. Sergeant-at-Arms , .... , FIRST YEAR. LATIN CLUB Dail Claridge Betty Ann Clark Jackie Clarkson Virginia Clayton Alice Collier Martha Combs Bobbie Connelly Robin Conrad Frances Crabtree Margaret Crawford Edgar Daniels Claire Davis Libba Dorris Betty Eatman Pat Eberhart Leon Edwards Dayton Estes Marshall Feimister John Fletcher Nancy Jo Fox Pete Franklin Mary Evelyn Fuller Jimmy Gill Joy Given Pete Hairston Peggy Haithcock Joe Hardison Jack Harvin Leah Hendrix Adele Hicks Jimmy Hilton Betty Hines Laura Holoman Virginia Hudson Phyllis Hurst Betty Jenkins Jimmie Jensen Jean Johnson Juanita Johnson Peggy Johnson Lyman Kiser Bobby Kost Cecil Lane Wesley Ledford Nancy Lee Ralph Liles Ann Long John McAllister Pat McClean Norman McCullock Ann McDonald Bo McEachern Ann Merriman Celia Middleton Betty Minshew Anne Moore Elizabeth Moran Marilyn Nease Jeff Newton Walter Noneman Peggy Yancey Jackie Clarkson Virginia Clayton Frances Crabtree Alice Collier ., ,,,, Joe Hardison , George Bell . Nancy Jo Fox , . Betty Eatman , Jean Johnson Walter Noneman Billy Oliver Nancy Overton Jack Peatross Jeanette Poole Stanley Potter Lewis Powell Billy Proctor Mary Ann Raney Mary Robinson Elaine Shumaker Wood Smethurst Genie Smith Isabel Smith Kenneth Smith Suzanne Smith Bettie Springle Ella Mae Squires Lucy Staton Dick Stineger Aloma Thomas Howard Twiggs Ann Warner Pat Weems Earl Welch John Whitaker Helen Willard Murray Williams Hilda Wilson Grace Wyatt Willard Wynn 6'ove nmenr Club FIRST PERIOD NAME: The U. S. House of Representatives. OFFICERS: Speaker, Charles George: Clerk, Mary Emily Cutliffg Sergeant-at-Arms, Pete Gattis. Adviser: Miss Runnion. MEMBERS: First row, left to right: Janet Anderson, Jean Penny, Carolyn Ellington, Charles George, Mary Emily Cutliff, Pete Gattis, Janet Stager, Billy Debnam. Second row: Margaret Pearce, Betty Smith, Barbara Schrefiier, Jack Ingle, Virginia Waldrop, Dot Bray, Janet Newton. Jack Thomas, Jimmy Lesane. Third row: Otis Moran, Paul Thornburg, Billy Mills, John Coffey, Nancy Blackard. William Teague, Sonny Thorne, Robert Ammons, Margie Moore. SECOND PERIOD NAME: The U. S. Senate OFFICERS: President, Alfred Pruitt: President, Pro Tempore, Bobby Deytong Secretary, Burt Moore, Adviser, Miss Runnion. MEMBERS: First row, left to right: Wheeler Howell. Billy Mims, Alfred Pruitt, Bobby Deyton, Burt Moore, Charles Conn. Second row: Tommy Jones, Mary Lee Jones, Eunice Floyd, Jean Kistler, Cecelia Cone, Anne Gupton, Jo Brooks, Gordon Latham. Third row: Clarence Gill, Charles George, James Crawford, L. Tyler Wadsworth, John Coffey, Billy Mills, Robert Williams, Avery Upchurch. Hi tory flub xiao 3.-M .A SEVICNTII PERIUIJ NAME: Forty-sixers, MUTTO: "The Forty-sixers Go Down in History," UFFICI-IRS: President, Charles Gaddy: Vice President, John Nicholson: Secretary, Jaekic Jernigan, Sergeant- at-Arms, Bob Summers. Adviser: Miss Runnion. MEMBERS: First row, left to right: John Nicholson. James Pecler, Floyd Collins, Bennie Starling, Adjer Wilson, W, L. Slater, Gordon Latham, Bobby Bailey, Dorothy Humphreys. Second row: Edith Cron. John DeVogt, Edwin Clifton, Lawrence Daughtry, Sara Ann Hunt, Nell Sims, Winton Sims, .Toyce Sapp, Nancy Fairley. Third row: Robin Scroggs, Robert Summers. Jackie Jernigan, Gwen McGhee, Stephen Kenny, Billy Crocker. 63 EIGHT!! PERIOD NAME: Defenders of Liberty. UFFICI-IRS: President, Tommy Smiley: Vice President, Dorothy Johnson: Secretary, Barbara Jobe, Sergeant- at-Arms, Bobby Wiggins. Adviser: Miss Helen Runriion. MEMBERS: First row, left to right: Emily Ritchie, Helen Britt, Dolores Clement, Grace Johnson, Peggy Evans, Nancy Upchurch, Dot Johnson, Annie May Allen. Second row: E, O. Bagley, Merilyn Morrissette. May Stone, Barbara Daniel, Susan Pickens, Ann Barnes, Carey Muse, Charlie Morris. Third row: Billy Caviness, Jimmy Carter, Robert Broome, Bobby Wiggins, Tom Smiley, Barbara Jobe, Audrey Hamilton, Billy Broach. Billy Lilly. fiflvfory Club FOURTH-FIFTH PERIOD NAME: The Pathseekers, OFFICERS: President Bobb Yance ' Vice President Arthur Howard: . Y yy Y Secretary, Mary Frances Gilbert, Sergeant-at-Arms. Sonny Thorne, Adviser: Miss Helen Runnion. Rddlb MEMBERS: First row, left to right: Barbara Davis, Mary Francis Gilbert, Arthur Howard, Mary Louise Hines, Sonny Thorne, Charles Correll, Shirley Sorrel, Horace Lindsey. Second row: Phyllis Kelly, Dennis Cox, John Pierce, Ralph Steel, Barbara Adams, Rachel Summers, Warren Brannon, Charles McDonald. Third row: Peggy Woodall, Bobby Yancey. Norman Me- Cullock, Bill Clement, Sara Bosse, Merritt Jones, Bobby Coffey. dab .wwf N MEMBERS: First row, left to right: Jack Ingle, Billy Mills, Wallace Smith, Otis Moran, John Coffey. Bill Cope, Billy Galt, Sonny Thorn, Alfred Varner, John Hunter, Charles George. Luther DeVaun, Jimmy Gill, William Teague, Robert Midgett, Ross Clarence Gill, Ralph Liles. Third and fourth rows: Charles Morgan, Hubert Rhodes, Gordon Middleton, Merritt Jones. Paul Thornburg, Charles Morris, Wood Smethurst, Mr. High, James Crawford, Leslie Evans, Donald Gargis, JeFf Newton, Pete Gattis. 64 Second row: Lloyd Brannon, John Askew, Lampe, Bo McEachern, John Anderson. Me library Club LIBRARY ASSISTANTS First: Edna Earle Williams. Floyd Collins. Bill Lilly, Bill Stevenson, Jean Kistler, Second: Gwen McGhee, Colleen House, Dot Wood- ward, Cecelia Cone. Standing: Mary Ruth Yow. Third: Dot Johnson, Jimmy Eubanks, Jack Thomas. Jimmy Lesane, Fourth: Doris Ashby. Billy Galt, Sally Bizzell, Miss Burge, Bill Pleasants. The Library Club, whose membership in- cludes all the student assistants, meets each Tuesday with the librarian to study library practices and discuss routine problems. Of- ficers of the club are as follows: Bill Galt, president, Gwen McGhee, vice president, Edna Earle Williams, secretary-treasurer, Jack Thomas, sergeant-at-arms. Other members of the library staff include Doris Ashby, Sally Bizzell, Floyd Collins, Cecelia Cone, Jimmy Eubanks, Colleen House, Dot Johnson, Jean Kistler, Jimmy Lesane, Bill Pleasants, Barbara Schmidt, Bill Stevenson, Dot Woodward, Mary Ruth Yow, and Miss Nancy Burge, librarian. Each student assistant has a regular schedule for work in the library. This in- cludes checking books in and out, making bulletin board displays, keeping the maga- zine room in order, supervising the reserve collection, shelving books, making and de- livering notices. In the fall, the staff entertained the faculty, the parents of the members of the Library Club, and the officers of the P.-T.A. at a Book Week tea at which time 400 new books were displayed. In the spring, two visitors to the club were of special interest. Mr. Richard Gaither Walser spoke on "North Carolina Poetry," and Mrs. Mary Peacock Douglas talked about "Opportunities for Librarianshipf' 55,1 ' tml he-1 Mile Tfzeafre Realizing that the school and stage are today very strongly influencing each other, Broughton Little Theatre this year has sought as its members students who have shown a desire to enter wholeheartedly into all its constructive activities. The organization has appealed to its members through special programs on pantomime, voice and diction, student directed plays, and public performances to produce a membership with quickened imaginations, better developed bodies and voices and a keener appreciation of art and humanity. With this purpose in mind the Little Theatre has presented a variety of plays for its meetings, the student body as a whole. the P.-T.A., and the State Drama Festival. For its major fall production at three-act farce, "The Arrival of Kitty"g for other programs during the year, the one-act plays, "Dust of the Road": Thornton Wilder's "Happy Journey"g "The Bishop's Candlesticks." As a special project for contributions to the show-case members of the Little Theatre from Eighth Period Dramatics class presented John Kirkpatrick's "Glamour in the Poconos," A one-act comedy, "Sugar and Spice" by Florence Ryerson and Colin Clements was selected for production in Eastern North Carolina Drama Festival at Goldsboro. The Golden Masquers is an outgrowth of Little Theatre and honorary membership is achieved through out- standing work in actual acting, producing, and even writing plays. This year Golden Masquers have sponsored a drive for more active members in Broughton Little Theatre and increased membership in Raleigh's Little Theatre. Members have worked back stage in all productions of the Raleigh Little Theatre. One member. Anne Arendell, played a major role in Raleigh's production, "Remember Mama." Barbara Shreftler, another Golden Masquer, entered an original play, "Retribution" in the state Play Writing Contest. "Place, It's Wonderful" was selected for Golden Masquer entry in the Spring Festival. The two organizations working in close cooperation hope they have contributed toward producing a finer theatrical taste among Broughton students and a desire for "better plays and better acting." MEMBERS: Jean Anderson, Anne Arendell, Anne Barnes. Betty Battle, Johnsy Beaman, Helen Bell, Thyra Betts, Sally Bizzell, Nancy Blackard, Murray Booker, Warren Brannon, Francis Britt, Marguerite Burton, John Coffey, Cecilia Cone, Bill Cope, James Crawford, Bill Debnan, Bobby Deyton, Mary Lou Driver, Anne Emory, Peggy Evans, Connie Fahnestock, Bee Gatling, Anne Gupton, Polly Hendrix, Pat Hicks. Lillyan Hill, Sara Hunt, Jacqueline Jernigan, Mary Lee Jones, Mary Kennedy, Calvin Koonce, Amelia Kutchinski, Joanne Liles, Anne Lynn, Elsie Martin, 66 Gwen McGhee, Beverly Moody, Mary Moody, Otis Moran, Audie Belle Murray, Mary Louise Murray, Ernestine Nance, Janet Newton, Jimmy Nicholson, Nancy Norwood, Virginia Page, Anne Paschal, O. C. Pennington, Jean Penny, Emily Rhodes, Eddie Riggle, Barbara Schremer, W. L. Slater, George Smith, Shirley Sorrell, Sally Spung, Janet Stager, Bennie Stallings, Margie Story, Hazel Stratton, Rachel Summers, Nalene Thompson, Paul Thornburg, Marjorie Turk, Nancy Upchurch, Tyler Wadsworth, Norma Wetmore, Chester White, Pat Whitford, Anne Winslow, Betty Ann Yowell. OFFICERS OFFICERS: President. Otis Morang Vice President, George Smith: Secretary. Hazel Strattong Treasurer, Jimmy Nicholsong Sergeant-at-Arms. Murray Booker. 6ola'en Ma quers First row, left to right: Barbara Schrefflcr, Emelia Kutschinski, Anne Arendell, Jean Anderson, Second row: Arm Paschal, Hazel Stratton. Third row: Miss Robbins, Margie Story, Bill Cope, George Smith, Billy Debnam. Fourth row: Nancy Norwood, John Coffey, Otis Moran, L. T. Wadsworth. 67 Sembr H11-Y - 1 First row, left to right: Louis Poole. Billy Crocker, Tommy Taylor, Jack Morgan. Burt Moore, John Sexton, Bobby Wiggins, Bob Summers. Second row: J. W. Boles, Jimmy Lesane, Calvin Koonce, John Senter, Eddie Clement, Frank McGhee, Charles Barham, Bobby Yancy. Third row: Billy Stone, Billy Debnam, Charles George. Sidney Koonce, Ernest Phillips, John Nicholson, Tommy Smiley, Robert Williamson. Fourth row:Bill Pleasants, Mr. Holliday, Jimmy Nicholson, Jack Thomas, Fred Morrison, Kenneth Winston, Charlie Conn, Ryan Bashford, Walton Ferrell, Bobby Deyton, Billy Burgess. SENIOR HI-Y The year of 1946-47 has been an active one for the Hi-Y Club. This club, sponsored by the Young Men's Christian Association, has as its purpose "to create, maintain, and extend throughout the school and community high standards of Christian character." This year the club promoted several projects with excellent results. Needham Broughton's first student-faculty telephone directory was published. By playing a basketball game against a local team the group raised funds for the March of Dimes. At Thanksgiving, football tickets were sold for the benefit game between the Methodist and Oxford orphanages. The club also co- operated with several other city and school campaigns. In the spring two outstanding functions occurred. The annual Hi-Y minstrel was presented March 28, and the annual dance was held April 25. Meetings were held weekly at the Y.M.C.A. Every third Sunday the members attended various Raleigh churches in a body. OFFICERS President ......,...... ....... J ohn Senter Sergeant-at-Arms ,,..... ,...... B Ob Summers Vice President., ......... Louis Poole D . School Adviser ,...,,,,,, ....,,. J oe Holliday Secretary ,...,,,,, ,,.,.., C alvin Koonce Treasurer ,,.... ,...,,... J ack Thomas Y.M.C.A. Adviser.. ..... .,,---- E Ci MUITHY 68 Jambr HH' PURPOSE: "To create, maintain, and extend throughout the school and community higher standards of Christian character." OFFICERS: President, Ewart Easterlingg David Robinsong Treasurer, Fred Phipps, Vice President, Harold Rhodes: Secretary, Sergeant-at-Arms, Billy Ammonsg Adviser, Mr. Ed Murray. The Junior Hi-Y has had an active year of projects and programs. It undertook the printing and sale of Broughton stickers for luggage and windows. Another im- portant project was cleaning the boys, rest rooms. The programs have included speakers and a number of socials for the members. In addition, the annual Junior Hi-Y dance for the school was held in the spring. TTT l First row. lett to right: Jimmy Bazeniore, Red Pope, Billy Animons, Fred Phipps, Harold Rhodes, Ewart Easter- ling, George Boll, Robert Potter. Richard Rhodes, Larry Tippett. Second row: Pete Hairston, Gene Little, David Robinson, Fred Prescott, Charles Grandy, Tommy Asheraft, Carl Johnston, Dick Tippett. Clyde Bryan, Elton Adams. Third row: Donnie Thomas, George Williams, Joe Hardison, Bob Terry, Jimmy Lawrence, Oscar Taylor, lvlial Williamson. Kenneth Smith, Bob Williamson, Thad Eure, Henry Lewis, Bobby Biggs, Dan Blake, John lit-Annan, Alan Gordon. 69 Me lafpac 'r on don't have to be crazy to put out an annual- but it helps! C luv flying, worried expressions, and scattered papers would have presented to any puzzled ape!-tailor a typical panorama of a day in the Lalspnc workshop. While the struggling scribes wc' -- -loggedly producing their literary masterpieces, the financiers were collecting the money, and the ad-et-vters were rushing frantically about town. 'F In "big bosses" for this year consisted of Helen Bell Editor-in-Chief, Al Pruitt, Business Manager, Keifm-th Winston, Advertising Manager, Mrs, Judson M. Knee-ce, Editorial Adviser, and Miss Laura Helen Pas.-hail, Business Adviser. After the completion of lu,-tions for the chiefs in November, the task begin "hi business staff "set the ball rolling" with STAFF: Left to right: A1 Pruitt, Helen Joyce Bell, Kenneth Winston. EDITORIAL STAFF sf EDITORIAL STAFF: First row, left to right: Joanna Wilson, Jean Anderson, Helen Bell, Thyra Betts, Dorothy Garrick. Second row: Nancy Blackard, Mary Lee Jones, Eunice Floyd, Lucretia Gift, Miriam Johnson. Third row: Oscar Williams, Charles George, O. C. Pennington, Dick Jenrette. 70 the collection of money for both the reservations of annuals and the individual and group pictures. Mr, F. L. Johnson from Wooten-Moulton Studio in Chapel Hill was the real "Johnny-on-the-spot." Journeying all the way from the college town, he made several visits in order to make the photog- raphy "just right." In January the editorial staff received their assignments and labored without ceasing until March. Describing senior characteristics, compil- ing the seniors' high school activities, obtaining club write-ups, identifying pictures. and gathering statistics from here, there, and everywhere com- posed the duties of the "editorialites." After the written material was completed and copyread, the efficient typists, competently linished the work, The solicitation of advertisements from the Ra- leigh merchants was the final item on the Latipac agenda. When the final deadline, March 17, rolled round, Mr. J. H. Hardison l'rom Edwards 81 Broughton Co.. worked with us in order to produce the best possible yearbook. Here we present to you the 1947 Latipac. We hope you like it. BUSINESS STAFF BUSINESS STAFF: First row, left to right: Elsie Martin, Cecelia Cone. Emelia Kutschinski, Anne Pascal. Louise Murry, Virginia Page. Second row: Sally Bizzell, Billy Mills, Eddie Clement. John Hunter, Avery Upchurch, Charles McDonald, Third row: Billy Stone, Paul Thornburg, Bill Cope, Anne Arendell. Fourth row: Al Pruitt, John Coffey, Tom Smiley, Kenneth Winston, Mary-Flagg Ward. fngm-ff cw ENGLISH CLASS--FIRST PERIOD: First row, left to right: Betty Smith, Ethel Pearce, Barbara Davis, Rhea Stevick, Gwen McGhee, J. W. Boles, Joe White, Second row: Miss Robbins, George Paulson, Robert Hunter, Dicky Spivey, Edwin Clifton, Bill Watkins. Third Row: Ann Sykes, Robin Scroggs. Joe Beach, Charles Barham, Bill Broach, Richard Howell. NAME: Junior Juntos. OFFICERS: President, Joe Beach, Vice President, Charles Barham: Secretary, Betty Smith: Parliamen- tarian, Bobby Hunter, Reporter, George Paulson. i l l ENGLISH CLUB-SECOND PERIOD: First row, left to right: James Peeler, Arthur Howard, Robert Broome. Miss Robbins, Lamont Fitzgerald, Tommy Taylor. E. O. Bagley. Second row: Charles Doby, John Nicholson, Nancy Upchurch. Delores Clement. Millie Wyatt, Bill Lilly, Charles Gaddy, Bobby Coffey, Bobby Jones. Third row: Johnny Spain, Winton Sims, Ernestine Nance, Joanne Liles, Shirley Sorell, Betty Banks, Mary Jo Shaw, Betty Shields. OFFICERS: President, Lamont Fitzgerald, Vice Pres- ident, Mary Jo Shaw: Secretary, Nancy Upchurch: Treasurer, James Peeler, Sergeant-at-Arms, Charles Dobyg Reporter, Shirley Sorrell. ENGLISH CLUB-FOURTH-FIFTH PERIOD: First NAME: "Lit Wits." row, left to right: Alfred Varner, Billy Crocker, Helen Britt Audie Bell Murray, Miss Robbins, Marilyn ' OFFICERS: President, John DeV0gt: Vice President, Morrissette, Ann Lynn, Mary Thomas. Second row. Leon Jordan, John DeVogt, Bruce Olive, Johnsy Pat Whitfordg Secretary, Bruce Oliveg Trea:-aurer, Beaman, Betty McMasters, Anne Barnes, Barbara Jobe, Johnsy Beamang Sergeant-at-Arms, Billy Crockerg Re- Ann Reynolds. Third row: Lawrence Daughtry, Billy porter, Barbara .lobe Caviness, Jackie Jernigan. lviay Stone. Peggy Evans, Polly I-Iendrieks, Luke Hill, Gloria Purnell, Annie Allen. Not in pic-ture: Bobby Ballard, Pat Whitford, Joe Terrel. AUDIO-VISUAL Joe Clark, Billy Stone .. . ...., . , .......,..,...... .. . . . . . Co-Chairmen First row. left to right: Kenneth Winston, John Colfey. Robert Ammons, Clarence Gill, Elton Adams, Alfred Varner, Oscar Williams. Second row: Bennie Starling. John Hunter, Thomas Moore, Macon Martin, Bobby Hunter, Paul Winslow, Jimmy Nance. Third and fourth rows: Billy Stone, George L. Smith, Ryan Bashford, William Teague, l t Broom, Joe Clark, Douglas Pruden, Clyde Erwin, Jimmy Huffsteller, John Anderson, Billy Chick Grandy, Ro Jer Mills. 73 Monog am dub First row, left to right: Jimmy Lesane, Billy Crocker, Arthur Howard, James Peeler, John Pierce, Charles Caldwell L. Tyler Wadsworth, Charles Barham, Bob Summers, Tommy Taylor, Donnie Thomas. Second row' Louis Poole Jack Thomas, Jimmy Nance, Bruce Olive Sidne K E ' ' , y oonce, rnest Phillips. Ewart Easterling, Jack Stephenson Jack Morgan. Third row: Billy Stone, Eddie Askew, Charles Wooten, John Senter, Bobby Deyton, Frank McGhee John Sexton, Hunter Woodall, Billy Burgess. Tom Smiley, Billy Mills, Dick Sommers. Fourth row: Billy Dunlap Bobby Hassinger, Eddie Clement, Billy Debnam, Gig Llyod, Eugene Ferrell, Burt Moore. OFFICERS: President, Jimmy Lesaneg Vice President, Sergeant-at-Arms, Billy Crocker: Business Manager Eugene Ferrellg Secretary-Treasurer, Billy Burgess, Louis Poole, Adviser, Mr, W. E. Smith. Members Charles Barham Billy Burgess Mac Campbell Eddie Clement Billy Crocker Billy Debnam Jack Morgan Bruce Olive Louis Poole Ernest Phillips John Senter Tom Smiley John Sexton Dick Sommers Billy Stone Bob Summers Bobby Deyton Charles Lloyd Burt Moore Hunter Woodall Charles Wooten Donny Thomas Jack Thomas Arthur Howard Billy Dunlap Charles Caldwell Bobby Hassinger James Peeler Jimmy Lesane Frank McGhee Sidney Koonce Billy Ammons Jack Stephenson Tyler Wadsworth Eddie Askew Tommy Taylor Ewart Easterling Jimmy Nance John Pierce Any boy who has earned a varsity letter in football, basketball, baseball, or track, and has been recommended by the coach is eligible for membership in the Monogram Club, but before be- coming a mernberxhle must be approved by the whole club The Hnew ed1t1on', of the club formed this year as carried on a number of notable projects. The members were of great aid in the successful intramural sports program carried out this year. When not engaged in the sport themselves, this group of athletes promoted good conduct at Broughton basketball games. A spring dance, which probably will be made an annual affair, was given on March 14, Indeed, the club and its individual members promoted interest in all athletics and cooperation among athletes in our high school. 74 Athletics I Football Coach Lee Stone's fourth year at Raleigh saw the Caps again rank high among the football powers of the State. There were no championships won, but the team was able to compile I a record of six wins, two losses, and a pair of ties. Highlights of the year were wins over Wilmington and Dur- N ham and a 0-0 tie with Greensboro's Western champions. John Senter and Jimmy Lesane were co-captains. Several Raleigh players were named to various all-star teams at the season's close. Jimmy Cain topped the list with his selection on the annual All- Southern team. Charles Lloyd won a berth on the All-State squad, and Senter and Billy Crocker were chosen on a number of All-Eastern Conference elevens. RALEIGH 0, GREENSBORO 0 The highly touted Whirlwind of Greensboro blew into Raleigh in the season opener but was unable to get by the strong defense that the Caps offered. However, the visitors pre- sented an equally tight defense with the result that neither team seriously threatened the other's goal. Tackle Bob Summers was the leader in the hard-charging Cap line. Co-Captains, SENTER and LESANE RALEIGH 12, DURHAM 0 For the fourth straight year Coach Stone's charges defeated their old rivals, the Durham Bulldogs. This time the Caps walked off with a 12-0 victory in a game played in the Durham Athletic Park. Both touchdowns came in the second quarter. Lesane culminated a 38-yard drive by plunging over from the one yard line. The Hnal marker came only four plays from the end of the half. A pair of passes from Lesane to Lloyd and a 16-yard run by Cain sparked the drive of 60 yards. Holland made the last yard on a short line buck. Ferrell and Lloyd were outstanding in the Raleigh line. RALEIGH 0, WILSON 7 Wilson High, destined to become the State champion, really surprised the high-flying Caps by taking a 7-O decision in an important contest on the Wilson grid. A pass-Davis to Overman-netted the only touchdown. Lesane returned thc second half kickoff 65 yards for an apparent touchdown, but the officials ruled that his knee had touched the ground when he caught the kick. Coach STONE, FERRELL, and LLOYD Coach SMITH and SOMMERS Xff' '--..- 5-fn... , RALEIGH 19, E.M.I. 7 Raleigh got back into the win column the following week by defeat- ing a highly regarded Edwards Military Institute eleven, 19-7. Olive i blocked a punt in the first quarter, and Lloyd recovered in the end zone for the Caps' initial score. Senter brought the crowd to its feet with a scintillating 70-yard dash off tackle in the second quarter for the next score, and Holland added the third with a 48-yard run. RALEIGH 12, WILMINGTON 9 Outgained but not outfought, Ra- leigh annexed its most coveted victory of the season by defeating Wilming- ton's loop leading Wildcats, 12-9, in a thrilling contest played in the Coastal City. Senter accounted for both Cap touchdowns, one coming on a short line plunge and the other on a long pass thrown by Lesane. SUMM1-:as and DEY'1'fDN Despite Senter's performance, the Caps might still have been on the short end of the score had the clock not favored them. The first half ended with Wilmington holding the ball on the Raleigh 1-yard line, and at the end of the game the Wildcats were on the Cap 7. RALEIGH 25, GOLDSBORO 0 The opposition was not so stiff when the Caps returned home to defeat Goldshorcfs Quakes. 25-0. The score does not indicate the true difference between the two teams, as Raleigh rolled up 265 yards on the ground and 178 by air. Ussery, Lloyd, Ferrell, and Sommers did the scoring, with the lattcr's coming on an 87-yard kick return. RALEIGH 43, BLUE RIDGE 19 There were touchdowns galore as the Caps turned back Blue Ridge, 43-19, at Riddick Stadium. From the time Lesane streaked 46 yards to a score in the opening minutes to a 37- yard payoff dash by Ussery at the game's end, the fans were treated to a spectacular offensive show. Blue Ridge's Walt Ferrell, however, stole the show with a 97-yard gallop with an in- tercepted pass. Moom-: Cnoekrza and Jomss 'T I CAP FIRST STRING, left to right in line: Gene Ferrell, end, Bob Summers, tackleg Bill Crocker, guard, Burt Moore, centerg Leonard Morton, guardg Bob Deyton, tackleg and Charles Lloyd, end. In the backfield, Jimmy Lesane, quarterback, John Senter, halfbackg Jimmy Cain, fullbackg and Sonny Ussery, halfback. RALEIGH 38, ROANOKE RAPIDS 0 A series of spectacular, long runs sparked the Caps to an easy 38-0 triumph over Roanoke Rapids here. Raleigh scored on the opening play when Cain galloped 34 yards to give a hint of what was to come. Shipstead crossed the goal twice on runs of '77 and 10 yards, and Sommers also reached paydirt on two occasions with a 70-yard punt return and a 13-yard end run. Senter counted once on a 93-yard run and set up another score with a run of 49 yards. Holland made the other touchdown on a short line buck. RALEIGH 0, FAYETTEVILLE 20 The string of tive consecutive Raleigh victories was snapped the next week in Fayetteville as the Bulldogs emerged with a convincing 20-0 win. Coach Stone's boys simply could not get their attack started, and the speedy Fayetteville backs ran the Cap defense ragged. A 36- yard run by Sommers was the best offensive play for Raleigh. RALEIGH 13, ROCKY MOUNT 13 With a possible opportunity to garner a tie for the Eastern crown hinging on the season's final with Rocky Mount, Raleigh was unable to come through with a win over the Blackbirds, and the game ended in a 13-13 deadlock. Ussery tallied both Cap touchdowns, and Lesane passed to Lloyd for the important extra point. Crocker paced the Raleigh line that put up several excellent goal line stands during the encounter. FOOTBALL SUMMARY Q Tota apids tt. ount I I I I I 3' 4 PV' zu: as -1 a. W, ra me 1: E F- vi. ' 1 I I I I I I I cn.:- ummm I-ww ooowm wwe: aroma: ww ooweuw -NI- oceans: is-N-1 nomo.:- l can-are causew- ones: ca.:-.a-Ia. ,ill.l ww.:- on-mm was ngto -u-:om .- I- owen -coax: on-aa: oceano- eu In cos: mmm M ov... g aa.:-Q owen I-was eww ww ooo wo- new hi -no ww- NI- c.: -on - no I-an an can - ci: -aa sbro, 1. Durham l sou M.I. i s. id R, R 1 . 4:1 151131615 12421.26 Isa as aa ea as so ea In QI: SEM Q8 First downs .....,..,,.,.. Passes attempted ,....,,.. Passes completed ,....,,,. Yd: iued asses '4 Q. fn 'S' m ev E E 3 fu m I I I I I I no xl U, . ca on no vw cn on on Q ow 0 is on no cn 4 7 12 7 8 10 1 1 7 7 9 11 9 20 8 9 6 8 18 9 8 99 89 Net yards rushing YYY....,. 56 101 135 51 180 155 236 100 74 130 265 123 509 79 346 74 126 326 160 120 2087 1259 16 4 10 8 9 10 9 13 9 6 15 16 6 11 11 8 9 11 2 9 96 96 3 4 6 5 1 4 0 3 37 40 78 Basketball Front row, left to right: Manager Varner, Barham, Boles, Yancey, Sommers, and Wiggins. Back row: Coach Holliday, Jenrette, Williamson, Burgess, Ferrell, and Manager Ballard. The 1947 basketball season saw Broughton High with a much improved team over that of the preceding year. The record of eight wins and twelve defeats was not impressive, but the team succeeded in bringing the City championship to Broughton by scoring a thrilling 46-45 victory over Hugh Morson. Moreover, the Hurricane played what was perhaps as difficult a schedule as was faced by any team in the State. Guard J. W. Boles led Broughton in scoring with 175 points. Trailing him were Dick Jenrette, with 148, and Red Barham, with 145. Other high scorers on the team were Captain Billy Burgess, with 97, and Robert Williamson, with 80. The outstanding performances of the year were the 49-40 win over Rocky Mount, a 42-35 win over Fayetteville, a pair of victories over the Eastern Carolina Teachers College Jayvees, and two fine showings against the Carolina Freshmen, which resulted in two and three point losses for Broughton. Bad luck plagued the Hurricane for most of the season, and four games were lost by two points, one by three points, and several others resulted in five to six point triumphs for the op- position. The season was started with a pair of victories over Morehead and Sanford, but then the locals hit a tailspin to drop six straight before the streak was snapped with a win over Wake Forest. From there until the end of the season the team played alternately good and bad ball, ending strong with three victories in the last four games. In one post-season affair, Broughton was defeated by Wilson, 49-38, in the semi-finals of the ACC invitation tournament. Barham won a position on the All-Tournament team. I Coach Joe Holliday, elevated from the Jayvee coaching job of the previous year, should be glven much credit for his tutoring of a squad that had but two lettermen returning. Broughton's Jayvees, coached by Bill Smith, had a successful season with 15 wins and but two losses. John Duncan and Eddie Randolph were the team's high scorers. 79 Jenrette Lays up a Goal Boles and Barham BASKETBALL SC ORES Broughton Opponent Broughton Opponent Morehead City Sanford ....,,.,..,..... Winston-Salem Wilson .,.A.,.....,,,, High Point .,,,.A.... Carolina Frosh Morehead City Carolina Frosh Wake Forest ...... Fayetteville ..,.. 41 37 40 32 38 18 55 49 44 40 45 40 32 42 44 47 34 38 34 46 E.C.T.C. Jayvees Greensboro ,,,..... Wake Forest .,,, Rocky Mount ..., Wilson ...........,.... Rocky Mount .,., Fayetteville ........ E.C.T.C. Jayvees Wilson .......,.., .... Hu gh Morson .,,, BROUGHTON JUNIOR VARSITY 80 Baseball Prospects for a successful baseball sea- n were good as the Caps opened practice ider the direction of Coach Fred ison, in his first year at the helm of the ileigh coaching staff. There were let- rmen in camp at each position, but :son still faced a major task in molding consistent winner from a team which iished fourth in the Eastern Conference 1946. Players returning from last year's out- , which won eight of sixteen games, ere John Senter, third baseg Bob Ben- rtt, shortstopg Sonny Ussery, second ,seg Red Barham, Louis Poole, Charlie iwards, and Ned Davis, outfieldersg mes Edwards, pitcherg and Dick rmmers, utility man who saw service a number of positions. Billy Crocker, ho lettered on the 1945 team, was back r duty as a catcher. RESULTS :leigh Opponent 0 .,.,,, .Rocky Mount ,,,, s,,.,,, 2 0 ,....... Wilmington ,,,,, .... 1 0 2 .....r., Fayetteville .,.,, .i., 4 1 1 ,,,.,,,, Wilson ,e,,,,.,,, ,l,, 4 14 ....,,.. Wilson ...,..... ,,,, 1 1 20 ....,. ,Durham ,,,,Y,,, ,,,, 1 3 7 ,,...... Goldsboro ,,,e,, .... 0 4 ,,...... Rocky Mount ,s,, .... 2 5 ...i,,,, Fayetteville ..... .... 1 6 10 ..,...., Durham ,,,,,,,,,,,,,sls, , ,, 7 8 .i.,,,,, Goldsboro ,,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,s, 7 7 s,,,.... Roanoke Rapids ,e..,,.... 8 3 ...,..,. Wilmington ,,,,,,,,,,,oAo,,,Y 18 8 .......i Roanoke Rapids .,,,..r.,. 3 10 ,..,,,v. Wake Forest ,. ,,,,,,,, 3 Senter and Coach Eason Sommers--First Base Edwards and Crocker Deyton-Shotput Hassinger Discus Track Coach Joe Holliday could call on but five experienced performers as he opened work for the 1947 Raleigh track team. There were many newcomers out for the local cinder squad, and just how well the team was to fare depended largely on whether some of them could develop into consistent scorers. Raleigh captured the State championship in 1945, but last season, the Caps, minus many of their key performers, were unable to retain their title. This year graduation again deprived Holliday of many top-flight performers, but there still remained enough talent in the Raleigh camp to cause plenty of trouble for all opponents. As the LATIPAC went to press, it appeared that the leaders of the team would be Jimmy Cain and Ernest Phillips, each in his third year on the local squad. Other returning lettermen were Charles Wooten, Gene Ferrell, and Bobby Deyton. CREEK LEADERS C Wooten and Phillips Tyler Wadsworth, Sue Coltrane. Emelia Kutschinski, Polly Hendrix, Pete Gattis. SUPERLATIVES ,A 1. W ...IF f 6. X , l 'na -"O, ,'Lbf ' "Q '--N' , f f . 1.-. E . X . , ,yi f A I A. 'S wif!" 1 .wxq Ex QUEEN OF HEARTS, DORIS ASHBY ESCORT, EUGENE PICKETT VERSATILITY SABRA IVES CALVIN KOONCE if mgrqng -:gnupg Mlm' ,ww Q K? , Af .J , Av K Z, ,,7: - -' vm-u-ww-el F -" LE' 1 .Q iff' v. I ly ,s , ye- 1. l MR. AND MISS NEEDHAM BROUGHTON X , , ,mg has w ,E K . .Mm Ke S TT' Q 4, , Q I I BOBBY DEYTON ANNIE TAYLOR V x f V, 5 5 K 2 5 S E I ',,. K 4 I SCHOLARSHIP CHARLES MCDONALD MARTHA STOUGH WIT 1 ,-4 V 'I "'hJ'3-we 1 'K' ff- 4, -...E-,-.N Fir 1 1 A '-v iw, 1 .1i,ilMk N ' BILL COPE HELEN JOYCE BELL ALMA MATER Alma Mater, we salute thee, Bounteous giver hear our praise For within thy walls we've garnered Gifts enriching all our days, Opportunity for friendship, Guidance in our quest for truth, Faith through all our grave endeavor, Understanding love of youth. These our gifts, O Alma Mater, We shall cherish through the days. Striving still through high endeavor Thus to render thee our praise. SENIOR CLASS SONG Some time, somewhere, we will surely meet again, We'll reminisce over all the little things, We won't say goodbye until the last minute, We'1l say our farewell, but our hearts won't be in it. The fun we've had in the halls of Broughton High, Will stay with us 'till the years have long gone by, We'll think of the joy, the happiness and the tears That made life so full for us throughout the years. In years to come, we'1l recall you in our dreams, They'll come and go like the ripples on a stream, But we'll ne'er forget the friends that we treasure, The work we have done with its hardships and pleasures. So now we say to the ones who carry on, We wish the best for the years that are to come. We're leaving, 'tis true, but we will come back again, So farewell dear Broughton High, we say "Adieu." Tune: "For All We Know" Words by Emelia Kutschinski, Sidney Koonce, Eddie Clement 91 Freshman: I wanna go out tonight, mamma. Sophomore: Please, may I go out tonight? 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SPECIAL INDIVIDUAL COURSES IN ART, EXPRES- SION, PIANO, VOICE, AND VIOLIN An invitation is extended to all Morson and Broughton girl graduates to investigate Peace before making 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. 'Ir For Literature Address WILLIAM C. PRESSLY, President PEACE COLLEGE VISIT THE PERSON STREET SANDWICH SHOP Best in Foods SODAS and SANDWICHES 610 N. Person St. Phone 5734 A LIFE GRADUATION GIFT Metropolitan Life Insurance Company Raleigh Building Phone 8687 NEW WAY GROCERY GROCERIES and MEATS 415 N. Boundary sr. 'A' W E D E L I V E R Phone 20516 'A' Charlie Dobinson, Mgr. Compliments of THE SUB-DEB CLUB 'A' Hugh Morson High School Congratulations and Best Wishes To All 1947 Seniors l1 S. M. YOUNG Cr SON Quality Hardware Paints and Brushes : Tested Seed Glass : Garden and Lawn Supplies 206 East Martin Street Raleigh, N. C. Job P. 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Martin St. Phone 27574 Compliments of NUIITH CAIIIILINA EQUIPMENT COMPANY Raleigh Charlotte Phone 8836 Phone 4-466l Wilmington Asheville Phone 2-2173 Phone 789 Construction, Industrial, Logging and Material Handling Equipment A - N "INTERNATIONAL INDUSTRIAL POWER" McLEOD fr WATSON NICK BUSSOS The Home of Hart Schoffner G Marx Clothes HATTERS AND CLEANERS schoble Hats Plant Phone 4669 308 South Person Street Manhattan, Wilson Brothers, ond Oflice Phone 7746 Arrow Furnishings 124 s. sausbury st MARTIN IVIILLWORK COMPANY "If It9s Millwork, We Can Do IV, 200 HARRISON AVENUE RALEIGH, N. C. Phone2-2824 Phones 2-0561 and 2-0562 SUPER SERVICE GARAGE Distributors of FEDERAL TRUCKS Since 1910 known in every country, sold on every continent. 415-417 South Blount Street RALEIGH, NORTH CAROLINA Fred E. Weaver RQ L. Bradsher 6'Stull in atv STATE DRUG STORE MThe Dependable Drug Store" 2416 Hillsboro -A' Phone 7741 Raleigh Auto Supply Co. Congfalulfllivns 410 S. Salisbury St. from Phones 4679 I 4670 Weatherman Jewelers AU-I-OLITE BATTERIES l904 Hillsboro Street Cockheed Brake Fluid Dial 3-3232 Raybestos Brake Lining Raleigh, N. C. CONGRATULATIONS TO THE SENIOR CLASS OF 1947 wsu.:-lu1,4, S mom ? f, l lf ' I : lv-L" l lf if- 1x Lfllivggis, ' 14 East Hargett Street Raleigh, N. C. -- x .. -3 S55 : is , R- - There's a your future! i - XXI ,Ur X ! X- .,..-,.- 1 6 Sanders Motor Co. Sales Service Parts Davie and Blount Raleigh, N. C "Sanders Service Satisfies" t 4 'WHITLEY'S MARTlN'S, INC. 305 Fayetteville St. UPHOLSTERERS . . . SMART APPAREL oEcoRAToRs FOR MEN AND YOUNG MEN SLIP COVERS. . . Member 1947 Million Dollar Round Tabl DRAPERIES +5 'WA- .l- Qssglgqo afqoo 9 I 401 Glenwood Avenue 455 05 444' 0 49 Raleigh, N. C. qv MAQAN ir 'Qing-4 INSURANCE 6' W. H. Whitley, Proprietor '?,,Q 9'4" I GPM QVPEE 1401 1 e Bldg. Ph 4433 up 0 . bodes. ollm FURNITURE COMPANY A lgfm'I5L'ETET-IUU5Ef'URNI5Q?f 301 South Wilmington Street PHONE 8033 RALEIGH, N. C. Compliments of SNAKENBURG TAILORS CUSTOM TAILQRING AT ITS BEST WATCHEYE -SEIISIAMQNDIS Compliments of ,Ewm?"..55n'iLGGAGE THE STATE Raleigh Loan Office BOOK SHOP 223 5kt:fQiig':i"gf'2.5"ee' 320 s. Salisbury street Popajohns Chicken Grill BARBECUE FRIED CHICKEN HAIVIBURGERS STEAKS Curb SCTVICC FRIENDLY MAGNETOS FRUIT STORE PARTS and SERVICE i Fruits and Produce Raleigh, N. C. 601 H 11 b Dial 2 3212 Wake Forest Road A. M. TYNER co., Inc. C""""i"'e"'S of Compliments of J. M. THOMPSON 6' COMPANY Since 1921 Compliments of WAYSIDE FURNITURE ll0USE il- Hillsboro Road 1Vz Miles Beyond Meredith College WEAVER TEXTILE CO. 304 Glenwood Ave. Decorative Fabrics and Home Furnishings MONITOR HOME APPLIANCES Phone 2-2446 Compliments of Mc LELLAN'S DIAL 4228 230 Fayetteville Street THE LATEST HITS IN SHEET MUSIC and VICTOR, DECCA and BLUEBIR RECORDINGS James E. Thiem I08 Fayetteville Street DIAL 2-2913 D RALEIGH OFFICE SUPPLY CO. Complete Office Equipment and Supplies II8 East Martin Street Phones 8714 and 3-6781 Raleigh, N. C. Compliments o f CRIMES CAFE "Home of the Golden Greelcv SIR WALTER We Specialize in All Kinds BARBER SHOP of FRUITS L I N T E R S T A T E Sir Walter Hotel Building F R U I T PHONE 4354 S T 0 B E Compliments of MITCHELL PRINTING COMPANY W, Equipped to Handle IAny Size Job FURNITURE COMPANY Book BINDING i OFFICE SUPPLIES IZI East Martin Street RULING WEDDING INVITATIONS DIAL 2-3146 I5 W. Hargett St. Dial 8821 Compliments of A FRIEND l AUTOGRAPHS AUTOGRAPHS AUTOGRAPHS .61- ,.,1VA . 1.--, 1:1-I-,3'1 7 ' 1511 -1 'QA -': .Wg . 5 . Il., 41. 11 '1 JH 41:4 1 -1 . I 1 .L I L1 'fp 5' -r' ' QV1-.aacfw ', 7-V317 V1 I ., ,1V.V . F, J .,1:1. +- V.,-41 1 4. ' 1 'u Q ' an 1 f1'I1l 'J 4 1 wth Aus r -11'-131' E ' A .M IV- V , V 3 ., . , 1 "'1".:'-7' . ,.,1,.1vQfgA'-'.f-1 - V: lf 11:12, VV. ff , 1,1--.E 1- Wh 13,1 x.-11? ' VV V V 1-. ibm. 1 . .Q .T-i-1.1.2s' - .1-x V L VLVT 1 . 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