Needham Broughton High School - Latipac Yearbook (Raleigh, NC)
- Class of 1948
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If we have made this volume of the LATIPAC a cherished
record of our happy high school days, we will feel that we
have accomplished the height of our purpose in editing it. lf,
when the days have lengthened into years, this book shall
help to recall the pleasant days spent in Broughton High,
our efforts will have been duly rewarded. As the years
pass, our lives will be richer and fuller because of the ex-
periences we have shared and the lessons we have learned
We have endeavored to present naturally and vividly
some of the sunshine and the shadows of our last year at
our Alma Mater. In hopes that we have done so, we present
JANE AND JIMMIE BAKER
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We dedicate this 1948 edition of the LATIPAC to one who has
worked untiringly in the interests of our school band and of our
class. His enthusiasm and his faithfulness have made many of our
activities possible. We proudly dedicate this Volume to
MILLARD P. BURT
Back row: MR. LEWIS H. POWELL, MR. LEROY MARTIN, MRS. W. C. PRESSLEY, MRS.
W. B. AYcocK. Front row: MAYOR P. D. SNIPES, MR. H. C. GILLIS, DR. J. D. CLARK,
SUPT. JESSE O. SANDERSON.
JESSE O. SANDERSON HENRY A. HELMS
Superintendent of Raleigh - - H- hs h I
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Seated: Mrs. J. Fletcher, Miss Annie Smaw, Mrs. Betsy Coble. Standing: Miss
Beaver, Mr. M111er, Mrs. Hite, Mrs. Hendrix, Mrs. Banks, Miss Hendricks, Mrs.
J. C. Root, Miss Julia Barrett, Mrs. Fonville. .
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MRS. J. E. FLETCHER, A.B. MRS. R. L. HENDRIX, BST
English and Latin Physical Education
MISS ANNIE SMAW, B.S., M.S. MRS. V. C. BANKS, A.B.
Mathematics Eighth Grade
MRS. BETSY COBLE, A.B. MISS ANNE HENDRICKS, B.S.
Eighth Grade Eighth Grade
MISS JOSEPHINE BEAVER, A.B. MRS. JOHN C. Roor, A.B.
Mathematics General Science
MR. N. A. MILLER, B.S MISS JULIA BARRETT, A.B.
Physical Education Eighth Grade
MRS. KENNETH HITE, A.B. MRS. N. G. FONVILLE. A.B., M.A.
Music Eighth Grade
gaculiy 8tlt and 9th grade
Seated: Mrs Ladu, Miss Sparks, Miss Barber, Miss Cogdell, Miss Savage, Miss
Strothcr. Standing: Miss Hodges, Miss Ezell, Miss Reynolds, Miss Blalock, Mrs.
Clayton, Mrs. Cartier, Mrs. Jayne. Mr. Blakeway, Mr. Holliday.
MRS. TORA T. LADU, A.B., M.A.
MISS DORIS SPARKS. B.S.
Dramatics and English
MISS MARY WILMONT BARBER. A.B.
English and French
MISS LESSIE COGDELL. A.B.
MISS HANNAH SAVAGE. A.B.
MISS MELISSA STROTHER. A.B.
MISS JACQUELINE HODGES, A.B.
MISS CAROLYN EZELL. A.B.
Journalism. Mathematics, Commercial
MISS LUCILLE REYNOLDS. B.S.
MISS VERONA BLALOCK. A.B., M.A.
MRS. MAURICE CLAYTON, A.B.
Social Studies and English
MRS. WARREN CARTIER, A.B.
English and Public Speaking
MRS. BETTY H. JAYNE, B.F.A.
Art, American History
MR. EDWARD G. BLAKEWAY. Engl
MR. JOSEPH HOLLIDAY. A.B.
acufly 10th and Hill grade
MRS. YVONNE DELLINGER, A.B.
MISS LAURA HELEN PASCHAL, A.B., M.A.
Miss HELEN RUNNION, A.B., M.A.
Miss CELESTE PENNY, A.B., M.A.
Miss ELLA B. MCDEARMAN, A.B., M.A.
Physics and Chemistry
MRS. J. C. BRYAN, A.B.
MISS VIOLA JONES, A.B.
MISS NANCY BURGE, A.B.
MR. FRED EASON, A.B.
Dean of Boys, English
MRS. J. J. SANDLING, A.B.
Dean of Girls, French
Miss FANNIE PEARL FULCHER
MR. JAMES E. BULLOCK, A.B.
MR. MILLARD P. BURT, M.A.
MRS. JOSEPHINE KEY, B.S.
MRS. JAMES W. REID, A.B.
English and Math
MISS EMILY WATTS, A.B.
Seated: Mrs. Dellinger, Miss Paschal, Miss Runnion, Miss Penny, Miss McDearmain.
Standing: Miss Bryan, Miss Jones, Miss Burge, Mr. Eason, Mrs. Sandhng, Miss
Left to right: Robin Scroggs, Sgt.-at-Arms: Robert Wiggins, Vice President: George
Paulson, Presiclenlr May Stone, Treasurer: Nell Sims. Sec1'e1m'y: Miss Fannie Pearl
Fulcher, Adviser: Butch Leonard, Mascot.
enior Clan of 1948
We seniors this year have seen the accomplishment of many projects which have
been developing throughout our five years at Broughton. We have seen installed the
trophy case for which all of us worked steadfastly, commemorating our boys who gave
their lives while fighting for our freedom. We have seen the growth within our school
of fellowship among upper and lower classmen and also of better cooperation between
our school and Hugh Morson. This has been the project of our senior class which we
hope will be furthered even more by the seniors to come.
Along with our work we have also had play. All of us will remember planning
together the senior dance, the theme of which was very appropriately made a winter
wonderland. Also we shall look back upon the joy derived from presenting our senior
play 'tAll Thru The Night." All in all this has been a most successful year which all of
us will remember even though each of us will follow his individual path in life.
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First row, left to right:
Barbara Ann Ballenger
"B.B." . . . wit . . . "whew" . . . "Bat"
Student Council representative 23 Latin Club 1, 23 Secy.
Spanish Club 3, 43 High Times Rep. 43 Jr. Y-Teens3 Chair-
man of Service Comm.3 Sr. Y-Teens 43 Little Theater 43
LATIPAC Staff 43 Teen-Age Book Club 43 Vice Pres. 11th
Grade Homeroom3 Secretary 10th Grade Homeroom3
Prompter "All at Sea."
Faye Marie Barbour
Smile . . . speedy ltalking that isj . . . Bill
Girls' Athletic Association 13 Commercial Club 3, 43
Secretary of Commercial Club 4.
"Red" . . . "the Beaver" . . . basketball . . , Baseball
Pres. Latin Club 1, 23 Vice Pres. Student Council 33 Sports
Committee Chairman 43 N.H.S. 3, 43 Quill and Scroll 3, 43
High-Times 3, 43 Sports Editor 43 Sr. Hi-Y 3, 43 Treas. 43
Vice Pres. English Clubs 33 Monogram Club 3, 43 Home-
room Pres. 9th, 10th grades3 Pres. Sophomore Classg Hi-Y
Minstrel 3, 43 American Legion Baseball 2, 33 Versatility
Sophomore Superlative3 Resolution Committee State Stu-
dent Council 33 Delegate to Boy's State 33 All-City Basket-
ball 33 A.C.C. All-Tournament Basketball 4.
"Joe" . . . brain . . . clarinet
Band 1, 2, 3, 43 All-State Band 2, 3, 43 Glee Club 1, 23 Latin
Club 1, 23 Pres. English Club 33 Homeroom President 33
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Barbara Herrell Beale
"Bohn . . . those curls . . . sweet
Jr. Y-Teens 1, 23 Latin Club 1, 23 Office Assistant 23 Com-
mercial Club 43 Government Club 4.
Jesse Jordan Beale, Jr.
"J. J." . . . shooting broach . . . Forest Hill Independent
Ahoskie High School 1, 23 Student Council 2, 33 Mono-
gram Club 23 Football 1, 23 Baseball 23 Basketball 23
French Club 3, 43 Government 43 Homeroom president
43 Class president lj Football 1, 23 Baseball 23 Basketball
David Augustus Bergeron, Jr.
"D, A." . . . clarinet . . . "Square"
Band 1, 2, 3, 43 Government 33 Band Club 33 Eighth Grade
Chorus3 Eighth Grade Band3 Drum Major Junior High
School Band 4.
John Wesley Boles
"J. W." . . . basketball . . . baseball . . . smilin'
Spanish Club 3, 43 Senior Hi-Y 3, 43 English Club 33 Mono-
gram Club 3, 43 Government Club 43 Jr. Basketball 1, 23
Eootball 2, 43 Baseball 33 Basketball 33 Captain Basketball
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"Booker" . . . cloiun . . . pantomimesx. . . cmldQJu1rk
Latin Club 2, 3, 43 Sgr.-at-Arm5'8f-uf 1'hearg43, 43
Government 43 Vice President of Art 1llb,18Q T asurer
of Homeroom 33 Boy Scouts'1. 2. I ' ,
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Sara Rush 'Bust A 1. '
"Don" . . . bangs . . . smjl6y:,338 Buiclgfw,
French Club 3, 43 Lating J 2, 33 Biiory Club 33 New
York City Trip 33 Co- Q of Homeroom 4.
Helen Marie Britt
"Rie" . . . Georgia . . . Studebaker . . . typing
Hugh Morson High School 13 Hugh Morson Glee Club 13
Secretary Homeroom 13 Spring Concert 2: "Gay Nineties
Review" 23 History Club 33 English Club 3: Spanish Club
3. 43 Points Committee Chairman Spanish Club 43 Mizpah
Devotional 3, 43 Chorister Mizpah Devotional 43 LATIPAC
Staff 43 Raleigh Little Theater 4.
William Ellington Broach
'-Bulyi' . . . "Flattop" . . . that :ie
Latin Club 1, 23 Civil Air Patrol 2, 33 History Club 33
English Club 3.
Warren Cloud Brannon
"Our Wit" . . . jealous . . . Lord Chancellor . . . ham!
Glee Club 1, 3, 43 Latin Club 1, 23 Sgt.-at-Arms 23 History
Club 33 Little Theater 3, 43 "The Arrival of Kitty" 33
"The Valiant" 33 "Glamour in the Poconas" 33 "The Great
Magician" 33 Government Club, Sgt.-at-Arms 43 Golden
Masquers, Sgt.-at-Arms 43 "All at Sea" 43 "And Came
the Spring" 43 Co-Chairman Senior Play Committee 43
Vice President of Homeroom 4.
Robert Houston Broome, III
Library. . . "mop" . . . Broom . . . French accent . . .
French Clubs 3, 43 Government 43 History Club 33 Library
Club 43 English Club 33 Audio-Visual 3.
Margaret Dena Brown
Fickle . . . that voice . . . Majorette
Glee Club 1, 2, 33 Jr. Y-Teens 13 Sr. Y-Teens 3, 43 Band
3, 43 Spanish Club 3, 43 Little Theater 4.
James E. Carter
"Jimmy" . . . seen with Jeannie
Latin Club 1, 23 History Club 2, 33 Mizpah Devotionals 33
Government 43 Secretary of Homeroom 43 "All At Sea" 4.
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"Billy" . . . Naval Reserve . . . car? X
Treasurer of Glee Club 13 Sgt.-at-Arms of Spanish Club
23 Spanish Club 43 Sgt,at-Arms of History Club 33 Treas-
urer of English Club 33 Public Speaking Club 4.
William Norman Clement
Bill . . . Naval Reserve . . . twin sisters
Treasurer of Homeroom 1, 43 Latin Club 1, 23 Boy Scouts
1, 2, 3, 43 History Club 33 Government Club 43 Naval
Dolores Eugenia Clement
Mizpah President . . . "D" . . . shortie
Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 43 History Club Vice President 3, 43
Spanish Club 33 Co-Social Chairman 43 English Club 33
Raleigh Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 43 "Belle of Barcelona" 13 "The
Gay Nineties" 23 Spring Concert 1, 23 "All At Sea" 43
Raleigh Little Theater 43 Mizpah Devotional Group 3, 4.
Edwin Eugene Clifton
"Scooter,' . . . nice . . . quiet
Govemment Club 13 History Club 13 English Club 13
Industrial Arts Club 1.
Martha Sue Coltrane
."'ck . . . "Seedy". . . Cheering . . N. H. S .... cutting up
Eighth grade band 13 Pres. of Eighth grade Homeroom
Student Council 1. 43 Chapel Chairman 43 Latin Club 1, 23
Treasurer 13 Social Chairman 23 Vice Pres. of Freshman
Class3 Freshman War Stamp Representative3 Decoration
Chairman of Freshman and Sophomore Dance3 Secy. of
Sophomore Class3 Jr. Y-Teens 13 Program Chairman, Jr.
Little Theater 13 Treasurer Spanish Club 13 Cheerleader
l, 23 National Honor Society 3, 43 Vice President 43
Hi-Times lj Headline writer,
Robert Ezekiel Cooper
Smile . . . wonderful pianist
Glee Club 1, 23 Latin Club 1, 23 Secy. of Homeroom Jr.
Class3 History Club 33 Government Club 43 Hi-Times 1.
Charles Carson Correll
"Chuck" . . . engaged? . . . girls, plus!
Auburn High School, Auburn. Washington 13 Byrd High
School, Shreveport, Louisianna 23 Spanish Club 1, 23 His-
tory Club 33 Vice President and President of History
Club 13 Baseball 1, 23 De Molay 1, 2, 3, 43 Sea Scouts 1, 23
Boy Scouts 13 Vice President of Homeroom 23 Bar Teens
23 Sgt.-at-Arms of History Club 33 Band 43 U.S.N.R. 4.
Roger Dennis Cox
Motor bike . . . lean and lanky . . . that laugh
Eighth Grade Chorus3 Vice President of Homeroom 13
Latin Club 1, 23 Sgt.-at-Arms 13 History Club 13 Govern-
ment Club 4.
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First row. left to right:
Sandy Thomas Curlee
"Shirley" . , . De Soto . . . "Blister"
President Homeroom 13 Football team 33 Latin Club 4'
and Sgt.-at-Arms of Homeroom 4.
Barbara Orr Daniel
"Dimples". . . Tommy . . . Versatility , . . poise
Jr. Y-Teens 1, 23 Social Chairman Sr. Y-Teens 3, 43 Latin
Club 13 Secy. Latin Club 23 Student Council 23 Secretary
Sophomore Classg Secretary National Honor Society 33
Treasurer National Honor Society 43 Vice President
Spanish Club 43 Secretary History Club 33 Treasurer
Junior Classg Little Theater 3. 43 Football Sponsor for
Junior Class3 Hi-Times Staff 43 Government 43 D.A.R.
Citizenship Pilgrimageg Versatility 4.
Barbara Lou Davis
"Bobbie" . . . Al Jolson . . .witty . . . State
Hi-Times Staff 43 Vice President French Club 33 French
Club 43 Jr. Y-Teens 1. 23 Sr. Y-Teens 3, 43 Latin Club 13
Government Club 43 History Club 33 Little Theater 3, 43
English Club 33 Little Theater play 4.
John Frederick DeV0gt
"I kid you not" . . .State . . .Nancy
Student Council 43 Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 43 Treasurer Spanish
Club 3, 43 History Club 33 Little Theater 43 President Eng-
lish Club 33 Homeroom Vice President 13 Secretary Home-
room 23 Raleigh High Schools Glee Club 1, 43 Vice Presi-
dent 43 Recreation Chorus 43 Opera in Concert Group 43
"Gypsy Rover" 13 "Belle of Barcelona" 23 "All at Sea" 4.
Robert Leon Doster
R. L .... oyster . . . athletic equipment
Government Club 43 Homeroom President 1,
William Burton Dowell
"Willie" . . . casanoua . . . good looking clothes
History Club 43 English Club 1.
Mary Lu Driver
Bill . . . Hi-Y Pin . . . incessant talking . . . flirt
Jr. Y-Teens 1. 23 Latin Club 1, 23 Glee Club 3, 43 Hi-Times
43 Sr. Y-Teens 43 Little Theater 3. 43 Make-up Chairmang
Golden Masque-rs 43 Points Chairman3 LA'ru-Ac Staff 43
Advertising Manager: Raleigh Glee Club 43 "All At Sea" 43
Jr. Dramatics Club 1, 23 Little Theater play 3, 43 Senior
Class play 43 Hi-Y Minstrel, make up, 4.
Marilyn Ann Emory
Zestful . . . Tommy . . . chemistry , . . laughing
Glee Club 13 Junior Y-Teens 23 Latin Club 13 Secretary
of Homeroom 13 "Belle of Barcelona" 13 Secretary History
Club 23 Decoration Committee for Jr.-Sr. Dance 33 Treas.
Commercial Club 3, 4.
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Peggy Anne Evans
Cecil.. . . Up sweep . . . "Peg" . . . "Tabby"
Eighth Grade Chorus: Jr. Y-Teen 1. 21 Latin Club 1. 23
Little Theater 2, 3, 43 English Club 3: Ht-Times Reporter
3. 43 Sr. Y-Teens 3, 4: Treasurer History Club 33 Vice
President Commercial Club 43 Advertising Staff LATIPAC 4.
Nancy Elizabeth Fairley
Wreckless driving . . . Madame Pres .... hard worker
Latin Club 1. 23 President 23 Y-Teens 13 Junior Little
Theater 13 President Y-Teens 2. 43 Vice President Home-
room 2: Intelligence Superlative 2' Student Council 33
N.H.S. 3, 43 Vice President 3: Quill and Scroll 3: Copy
Reader Hi-Times 3: Spanish Club 3, 43 Vice President 33
History Club 33 Social Committee 3: District Student
Council Convention 33 Chairman Points Committee 43
Government Club 4: Library Club 4: Little Theater 43
Teen-Age Book Club 43 Copy Editor Hi-Times 4.
Lamont Newton Fitzgerald
"Monty" . . . shadow . . . wrecks . . . senator
President of Homeroom 13 Boy Scout 13 "Belle of Barce-
Iona" 1: Glee Club 1, 2. 43 Member of the Latin Club
1, 2: Boy Scout 23 "Gay Nineties Review" 2: Treasurer
of Glee Club 33 President of English Club. Second Se-
mester 33 Member of Government Club 43 "All at Sea" 4.
Katherine Bysshe Forrest
Charles . . . Peggy Hale's . . . Ford
Y-Teens 1: Glee Club 2, 3, 4: Raleigh High School Glee
Club 2, 33 "Gay Nineties Review" 23 Little Theater 43
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Clan of 1948
Charles William Gaddy
Bob sled . . . that car . . . Cheerleader . .
"Charlie" . . . Gaddy
Homeroom President 2, 43 Vice President Homeroom 13
History Club 2, 33 Student Council 43 Spanish Club 3, 43
English Club 3: Little Theater 3. 43 Glee Club 4: Per-
manent Judge Traffic Court 43 Head Cheerleader 4.
Mary Frances Gilbert
Pretty eyes . , . blond beauty . . . vivacious
Glee Club 1. 2, 3, 43 Jr. Y-Teens 1, 23 Latin Club 1, 23
Hi-Times 3, 4: French Club President 33 Vice President 43
Sr. Y-Teens 33 History Club Secretary 3: Little Theater
43 Homeroom Secretary 3, 43 Jr. Dramatics Club 1:
Repgesentative at Girls' State 33 Member of Senior Coun-
Betty Ann Howe
State . . . Sir William . . . typing
Hamlet High School 13 Hugh Morson High School 1: Jr.
Y-Teens 23 Latin Club 2: Sr. Y-Teens 33 Government Club
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Polly Sheild Hendrix
Yea Team! . . . our belle . . . skipping . . . "Pole Head"
Student Council 1, 23 Jr. Y-Teens 1, 23 Vice President
Latin Club 13 Latin Club 23 Sr. Y-Teens 3, 43 Secy. English
Club 33 Golden Masquers 43 Hi-Times 43 "The Arrival of
Kitty" 33 "And Came The Spring" 43 Cheerleader 3, 43
French Club 3, 4, Vice Pres, 3, Treasurer 43 Little Theater
3, 43 Treasurer 4.
Lillyan Lee Hill
"Luke" . . . those blond curls . , . "what I mean is-"
Publicity Chairman 13 Latin Club 1, 2: Maid of Honor
Queen of Hearts Court 23 Exchange Editor Hi-Times 3, 43
Senior Y-Teens 3, 43 Government Club 43 Little Theater
3, 43 Secretary-Treasurer, Golden Masquers 33 Student
Council Points Committee 33 Member Queen of Hearts
Court 33 State Y-Teen Conference 3: "Glamour in the
Poconocs" 33 Student Council Publicity Committee 43
Financial Chairman Senior Class 43 Queen of Hearts 4.
Mary Louise Hines
"Weasel" . , . Med . . . Angora sweaters
Jr. Y-Teens 1, 23 Glee Club, Vice President3 Vice President
History Club 33 Spanish Club 33 Sr. Y-Teens 33 President
of Glee Club 43 Spanish Club 43 Government Club 43
Little Theater 43 Raleigh Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 43 "And Came
The Spring" 43 "All At Sea" 43 "Gay Nineties Review" 23
"Belle of Barcelona" 13 Homeroom Secy. 1.
Daisy Eloise Hodge
Gilmartin . . . State . . . football . . . shorthand worries
Jr. Y-Teens 1, 23 Vice President Homeroom 33 Com-
mercial Club 3, 43 Government Club 4.
Margaret McClure Holland
"Dimples" . . . cute clothes . . . personality plus . . .
Hugh Morson High School 1, 2, 33 "Pickles" 13 Raleigh
High Schools Glee Club 13 Jr. Y-Teens 1. 23 Ensemble
Club 1, 21 Glee Club l, 2, 3, 43 Secretary of Homeroom
1, 2, 33 Sr. Y-Teens 3, 43 State Delegate to Y-Teens Con-
ference 3, 43 State Y-Teens Treasurer 33 Soloist in State
Music Festival 33 Little Theater 43 Hi-Times Staff 43
"All At Sea" 43 "And Came The Spring" 4.
Arthur Leon Howard
Cut-up . . . "Little Devil" . . . camping . . . grin
President of Homeroom 13 English Club 1, 2, 33 Boy Scout
1, 2, 3, 43 Order of Arrow 1, 2, 33 President of Homeroom
23 History Club 33 Secretary of English Club 33 Mono-
gram Club 3, 43 Eagle Scout 4.
Richard Neal Howell
"Nick". . . Greek . . . witty . . . school store
Sergeant-at-Arms of Homeroom 1, 3, 43 Audio-Visual 23
Vice President of Homeroom 23 President of Civic Club
23 History Club 33 Football 43 Monogram Club 43 LA'riP.-xc
Staff 43 Little Theater 43 Hi-Y 4.
Joyce Carole Hoy
Lonesome Yells , . . curls . . . witty
Jr. Y-Teens 1, 23 Girls Athletic Association 13 Commercial
Club 3, 43 Sergeant-at-Arms of Commercial Club 33 Gov-
ernment Club 4.
Dorothy Elizabeth Humphreys
Baseball . . . Jose Iturbi . . . office assis't. . . . sport
Jr. Y-Teens 1, 23 Girls Athletic Association 13 French
Club 2, 33 History Club 33 LATIPAC Staff 43 Government
Club 43 Office Assistant 43 Senior Superlative, Sports 4.
Robert Mullens Hunter
Bobby . . . camera. . .flash
Glee Club 1. 2, 33 Boy Scout 1, 2, 3, 43 Audio-Visual Club
I. 2, 33 Audio-Visual Committee 13 Gypsy Rover 13 Civil
Air Patrol 33 English Club 33 Spanish Club 3, 43 Govern-
ment Club 43 "All At Sea" 4.
"Jackie" . . . Fallons . . . nose for news . . . "Head"
Secretary Class 13 Jr. Y-Teens, Program Chairman 1. 23
Latin Club 13 Vice President 23 Dramatic Club 13 Vice
President Homeroom 23 Y-Teens Conference 23 House
Committee 23 Versatility 23 Hi-Times 33 Alumni Editor 43
Sr. Y-Teens, Vice President 3, 43 Spanish Club, Social
Chairman 33 Treasurer 43 History Club, Secretary-Treas-
urer 33 Little Theater 33 President 43 Publicity Committee
S.C. 33 "Glamour in the Poconas" 33 Chairman Publicity
Committee 43 Government Club 43 Golden Masquers 43
Teen-Age Book Club 43 Sponsor for Football Team 4.
Barbara Ann Jobe
Eddie . . . "piece of meat" . . . big bows . . . watch
Treas. Latin Club 13 Jr. Y-Teens 13 Pub. Chairman Jr.
Y-Teens 23 Latin Club 23 National Honor Soc. 33 Sr.
Y-Teens 3, 43 Secy. History Club 33 Secy. National Honor
Soc. 43 Spanish Club 43 Library Club 43 Teen-Age Book
Club 43 Art Editor Hi-Times 4: Secy. of Homeroom 43
Secy. of Girl's,Athletic Association 2.
L Dorothy Ann Johnson
Giglyle . . . planning dances . . . personality
Secy.'Latin'Club 23 Jr. Y-Teens 1, 23 Service Chairman 13
Latin Club 33 History Club 33 Library Club 3: Little
Theater 33 President Library Club 43 Secy. Little Theater
43 Sr. Y-Teens 3, 43 Program Chairman 4.
Robert D. Jones
"Tou.gh', . . . short . . . blue eyes . . . Jo Ann
Shop Club 1, 43 History Club 33 English Club 33 Govern-
ment Club 4.
Leonidas Merritt Jones, Jr.
Intelligent . . . speaker . . . very nice
Sergeant-at-Arms homeroom 43 Boy Scouts 13 President
Latin Club 23 Circulation Man, Hi-Times 3, 43 History
Club 33 Speaker of the House 43 LA'rxPAc Staff 43 Teen-Age
Book Club 4, Vice President3 Radio Club Secretary 4.
U88-Keys" . . . jazz fiend . . . curly-Phil
Glee Club 1, 23 Accompanist 3, 43 French Club 1. 23 Latin
Club 1, 23 Vice President, Raleigh High School Glee Club
1, 23 Accompanist 33 Secretary 43 History Club 3, 43 Gov-
ernment 43 Music Chairman Sr. Y-Teens 43 Hi-Times 43
Spanish Club 3, 4.
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F11-st row, left to right:
Mary Everette Kennedy
"Stink" . . . "Mick" . . .natural beauty . . . that laugh!
Student Council 1, 33 Constitution Committee 4: Points
Committee3 Jr. Y-Teens 13 President 23 Latin Club 13
President 13 Vice President 23 Class Treasurer 13 Home-
room President 1, 33 Jr. Dramatics Club 2, 33 Vice Presi-
dent3 Hi-Times 33 Feature Editor 43 Sr. Y-Teens 3, 43
Spanish Club Secretary 33 Vice President 43 Little Theater
33 Vice President 43 Golden Masquers 43 Historian: Teen-
Age Book Club 43 New York Trip 33 Contest Play 33
"Arrival of Kitty" 33 Marshal and Stage Props Chairman3
Junior-Seniorg Girls State 43 "And Came The Spring" 4.
Steve Rudge Kenney
"Bunny" . , . "Steve" . . . cute . . . Miss F's boy
Treasurer of Latin Club l. 23 History Club 33 Monogram
Club 43 Football 3, 43 Baseball l, 23 Golf 3, 43 Boy Scouts
l, 23 Red Terror Basketball Team 4.
Charles Leonard Kimball
Forest Hill Independents . . . crazy' . . . Broughton import
French Club 43 Kenbridge-Football 2, 43 Baseball 1, 2, 33
Basketball 33 "Sports"-Kenbridge3 President of Monogram
Club 33 President ot' S. C. A. 23 Jr. Assistant Scout Master,
Life Scout3 "Most Athletic' 33 "Most Popular" 33 "Cutest
Gordon Reece Latham
Dances . . . crazy . , . backstage , . . "Chickery Chick"
Government Club 33 History Club 41 Little Theater 43
Football 3, 43 Stage Crew 3. 43 Audio-Visual 1.
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Bobby Eugene Leonard
Virginia . . . Track . . . bashful . . . smiling .
Hampton High School l. 2. 33 Student Council l. 23
Monogram Club 2. 33 Hampton "A" Club 2, 33 History
Club 33 French Club 33 Football l. 2, 33 Track 2, 33 Brough-
tlon lkliglh School 43 Government Club 43 Little Theater 43
Midge . . . Cute clothes . . . "Jo"
Y-Teens l. 2, 3, 4: Latin Club l. 43 Secy. Jr. Dramatics
Club l, 23 Secy. Homeroom 1, 33 Glee Club 2, 3. 43 French
Club, Vice Pres. 33 Secy. 43 Hi-Times 3. 43 Vice President
English Club 33 Little Theater 3, 43 "Sugar and Spice" 33
Vice President Golden Masquers 43 Treas. Homeroom 43
"And Came the Spring" 43 Queen of Hearts Court 43
Football Sponsor 4.
William Neal Lilly
"Lilly" . . . helpful , . . nice . . . "Lilly Pad"
Little Theater 3, 43 Library Club 33 History Club 33
English Club 33 Public Speaking Club 43 Civil Air Patrol
2, 33 Boy Scouts l.
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School, Chariot , San nt Comme? Hi-Times 43 Senior
Y-Teens 4: SB ish bs 3, 43QJGo ernment Club 43 Vice
President f 'Histo y luh 33 ittle Theater 43 LATIPAC
Staff 43 ,G d SIHJL Club 3, 43,G. A. A. 2, 3: Raleigh Glee
Club. 43 onor- ciety of Piedmont Junior Qgh School,
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Mildred Anne Lynn
Sweet . . . rosy cheeks . . . crazy
Glee Club 15 Jr. Y-Teens 1, 25 Latin Club 15 Hi-Times
Representative, Staff Member 45 Sr. Y-Teens 3, 45 History
Club 35 Little Theater 3, 45 Secretary English Club 35
Teen-Age Book Club 35 Office Assistant 2, 3, 45 Secretary
of Sunday School5 Vice President W. R.
Joe Harper Maddux
Joe . . . State . . . "Maddure" . . . Forest Hill Independent
Glee Club 15 Boy Scouts 1, 25 Latin Club 2, 35 English Club
25 History Club 3, 45 Homeroom president 3.
Macon Edward Martin, Jr.
That car! . . . "Pierre" . . . derby
Glee Club 3, 45 Little Theater 45 Audio-Visual Club 3, 45
Mispah Devotional 3, 4.
. 5 5 Clan of 194
Gordon Kennedy Middleton, Jr.
"Garden" . . . chop sticks: N. H. S.
Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 45 Latin Club, Vice President 1, 25 Boy
Scouts 1, 2, 3, 45 Order of the Arrow 2, 35 12nd degree
memberj 45 National Honor Society 3, 45 Band 3, 45 Radio
Club 35 Track 35 Business Manager of Hi-Times 45 LATIPAC
Staff 45 Eagle Scout 45 Superlative, Scholarship 4.
Robert Bryant Midgette
"Bobby" . . . dimples . . . State . . , Forest Hill
Boy Scouts 15 Glee Club 15 Latin Club, Sergeant-at-Arms
15 Treasurer 25 Junior Dramatics Club 25 Radio Club 35
Student Council Representative 45 Vice President Teen-
Age Book Club 45 National Honor Society.
"1VIimo" . . . Toughy . . . curly
Spanish Club 35 Glee Club 45 Hi-Times 45 Government
John Charles Morris
Charlie , . . tennis . . . Forest Hill Independents
Latin Club 1, 25 President of History Club 35 Radio Club
35 Public Speaking Club 45 President of Homeroom 4.
Marilyn Forest Morrissette
John. . .pretty clothes . . . sweet
Jr. Y-Teens 1, 23 History Club 33 English Club 33 Glee
Club 43 French Club 43 Secretary 3.
Joyce Blue Morton
"Joy" . . . those clothes . . . the new look
Jr. Y-Teens 1, 23 Latin Club 1, 23 Sr. Y-Teens 3. 43 Glee
Club 43 Library Club 43 Secretary of Homeroom 13 "All
At Sea" 43 Raleigh High School Glee Club 4.
Audie Bell Murray
Automobile . . . jitterbug . . . bowling
History Club 3, 43 Little Theater 3, 41 English Club 33
Art Club 4.
Brainy Belle . . . "Teenie" . . . "give you a clue"
Jr. Y-Teens 1, 23 Latin Club 1. 23 Eighth Grade Glee
Club3 Sr. Y-Teens 3, 43 President Spanish Club 3, 43
Glee Club 43 Hi-Times 43 Little Theater 3. 43 Treasurer
English Club 33 Teen-Age Book Club 43 Raleigh Glee
Club: Jr. Dramatics Clubg Student Council 43 National
Forest Hills Independents . . . "Nemo" . . . "Jean"
Latin Club 1. 2: Little Theater 4: Monogram Club 43
Teen-Age Book Club 43 Commercial Club 4: Member of
Football Team 43 Homeroom Secretary 13 Page in 1947
John Ellis Nicholson
Forest Hills Independents . . , "Big Left" . . . Mr. President
President Student Council 43 Latin Club Sergeant-at-Arms
13 Latin Club Treasurer 23 History Club Vice President
33 Library Club 43 Sr. Hi-Y 3, 43 English Club 33 Sergeant-
at-Arms Public Speaking Club 33 Football Team 3, 43
Marshal 33 Class President 33 N. C. Boy's State 43 Boy
Scout 1. 23 Constitution Committee 3: Homeroom Vice
President 23 Homeroom President 13 Delegate to N. C.
State Student Council 43 Delegate to District Student
Bruce Malcom Olive
"Big Left" . . . enough gas? . . . sledding . . . "B,O."
Spanish Club Seargeant-at-Arms 33 Spanish Club 43 Eng-
lish Club Seargeant-at-Arms 33 English Club Secretary 33
Football Team 2, 3, 43 Baseball Team 3. 43 Homeroom
President 43 Class Sergeant-at-Arms 33 Homeroom Ser-
George Wesley Paulson
Forest Hills Independents . . . "Bean" . . . "Very Good"
Glee Club 13 Secretary of Student Council 23 Secretary-
Treasurer Latin Club 13 Seargeant-at-Arms 23 President
of Freshman Class 13 Tract 2, 43 Student Council 3, 43
Hi-Times 3. 43 Boys State 33 President of Spanish Club 33
Reporter 43 Little Theater 3. 43 English Club 33 Eagle
Scout 3, 43 Government Club 43 Senior Hi-Y 43 Teen-Age
Book Club 43 President of Senior Class 43 Versatility 4.
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Ethel Grey Pearce
Ray . . . Peggy . . . Homeroom Lunch
8th Grade Chorus3 Library Club Secretary 23 Jr. Y-Teens
23 Commercial Club President 3, 43 English Club 3.
Ralph James Peeler
"Squealle'r" . . . Arthur . . . trigolla
Manager Football 1, 23 Boy Scout 1, 2, 3, 43 Eagle Scout
3, 43 Seargeant-at-Arms History Club 33 Treasurer English
Club 33 Monogram Club 3. 43 Public Speaking 33 Junior-
Jane Isobel Phinney
Good-looking clothes . . . synthetic-senior . . . cute
Hi-Times 13 Jr. Y-Teens 1, 23 Treasurer Latin Club 1, 23
Girl Scout3 Eighth Grade Chorus3 Patrol Leader3 National
Honor Society 43 Sr. Y-Teens 43 Spanish Club 43 History
Club 43 Little Theater 43 L.-vrirac Staff 43 Teen-Age Book
Club 43 Decoration Committee Sophomore Dance.
Mary Susan Pickens
Hi-Y pin . . . "Thu" . . . our editor . . . plaid glasses
Student Council Poster Committee 43 Band 13 Glee Club
2, 3, 43 Hi-Times Representative 33 Jr. Y-Teens 23 Spanish
Club 33 Chairman Social Committee Spanish Club 43 Latin
Club 1, 23 Secretary History Club 33 Library Club 23
Editor La'r1PAc Staff 43 Program Chairman English Club 13
Teen-Age Book Club 43 Raleigh Glee Club 2, 3. 43 "All
At Sea" accompanist and posters 43 Girl Scouts 13 Music
Festival 43 Office Assistant 43 New York Trip 43 Lincolnton
High School 13 Glee Club 13 National Honor Society3
Finalist for Duke Scholarship.
Teeth? , . . "Yank" . . , quiet
Glee Club 13 History Club 33 Monogram Club 3, 43 Foot-
ball 3, 43 French Club 4.
"Curley" . . . Mary Jo . . . Business Manager . . , "Koko"
Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 43 Jr. Dramatics Club 13 Raleigh Little
Theater 1, 2, 43 "Belle Of Barcelona" 23 Spanish Club 33
History Club 33 "Gay Nineties Review" 33 Little Theater
43 LATIPAC Business Manager 43 "All At Sea" 43 "And
'Tame The Spring" 43 Boy Scouts3 Mizpah 23 Devotional
Leader 33 New York Trip.
Gloria Odell Purnell
"Glo" . . . "Gloworm" . . . pageboy . . . coca-cola
Jr. Y-Teens 1, 23 Eighth Grade Chorus3 Girls Athletic
Association3 Commercial Club 3, 4.
Emily Joyce Rhodes
Viuacious . . . Paul . . . blond beauty . . . baby talk
Latin Club 23 Vice President Civics Club 33 Little Theater
3, 43 Sr. Y-Teens 3, 43 Secretary 43 American History
Club 43 Queen of Heart's Court 43 Glee Club 43 Hi-Times
43 Little Theater 4.
Clam of 1948
First row, left to right:
Nora Emily Ritchie
Office girl , . . dining . . . green DeSoto
Glee Club 2, 3, 43 Jr. Y-Teens 21 8th Grade Chorus: Ra-
leigh High School Glee Club 43 Spanish Club 3, 43 History
gllub 33 Raleigh Swimming Team3 Raleigh Recreation
Jack Harrington Robertson
Sue , , . the voice . . . good-looking
Junior Little Theater 13 Sergeant-at-Arms3 Glee Club
1. 2, 43 Whip of Government Club 43 Little Theater 43
Golden Masquers 43 Football-Oak Ridge 33 Track-Oak
Ridge 33 Cheerleader 43 Raleigh High School Glee Club
1, 2, 3, 43 "Belle ol' Barcelona" 23 "Gay Nineties" 23
"Western Night" 23 "All At Sea" 4.
Wrecked Buick . . . Alma . . . 88 keys . . . Carolina
Band 1. 2. 3, 43 Glee Club 13 English Club 13 Latin Club
2, 33 History Club 33 Government Club 33 Secretary of
Homeroom 23 Vice President of Homeroom 33 "Gay
Nineties Review" 2.
Joyce Barbara Sapp
"Sapp" . . . scholarship . . . Miss Penny's helper
Jr. Y-Teens 1, 23 Broughton Glee Club 23 History Club
33 Hi-Times 43 LATIPAC Staff 43 Teen-Age Book Club 43
Commercial Club 43 "Gay Nineties" 23 Spanish Club 3, 43
Reporter 3: Raleigh High School Glee Club 23 Superlative,
Robin Jerome Scroggs
"Eeeee" . . . Anne . . . genius . . . N. H. S.
Latin Club President 2. 33 N.H.S. 33 Pres. 43 President
English Club 33 Vice President Class 33 District Winner
Good Health Oratorical Contest 3: Chairman Poster Com-
mittee 43 Pres. Government Club 43 LATIPAC Staff 43 Sgt.-at-
Arms Class 43 "And Came The Spring" 4.
Martha Joan Sedberry
"Jo An". . . ,future doctor. . . blue eyes and blond waves
President and Treasurer History Club l3 Jr. Y-Teens 1, 23
Treasurer of French Club 23 Public Speaking Club 33
Spanish Club 3, 43 Senior Y-Teens 33 Little Theater 4.
Mary Joseph Shaw
Doug . . . "Red" . . . "Peanuts" . . . N. H. S.
Sanford High School 1, 23 Latin Club 23 Vice Pres.. Treas.
English Club 23 Mizpah Devotional 2. 3, 43 Y-Teens 2. 3, 43
Little Theater 3. 43 Chairman Points: Vice Pres. Spanish
Club 43 Oflice Assist. 33 House and Poster Committee 33
National Honor Society 43 Committee Chairman Govern-
ment Club 43 Homeroom Treas. 43 Representative, Hi-
Times 43 Queen of Heart's Court-Maid of Honor 4.
Betty LuFerne Shields
Miss N. B. H .... jitterbug . . . "Puppy Dog" . . . lovable
Glee Club l. 23 Jr. Y-Teens l, 23 Latin Club 1. 23 President
Homeroom 13 Secy. Home1'oom 2. 43 Raleigh High School
Glee Club: "Belle of Barcelona" 23 Y-Teen May Court 23
Sr. Y-Teens 3, 43 Spanish Club 3, 43 Little Theater 3. 43
Secy. of English Club 33 Secy. Jr. Class 33 Marshal 33
Government Club 43 Hi-Times Staff 43 "And Came The
Spring" 43 Social Committee 43 Miss Needham B. Brough-
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Nell Morris Sims ' ' Frances Olena Smith
Fahri . . . N. H. S .... drawiri' posters .Iohri . . . "Frankie'J . . . '38 Chevy
Junior Y-Teens 1, 23 Vice President 23 Senior Y-Teens
3, 43 Publicity Chairman 43 Latin Club 2, 33 National
Honor Society 3. 43 Secretary-Treasurer Teen-Age Book
Club 43 Library Club 43 Spanish Club 3, 43 Secretary 43
Senior Y-Teens 43 Hi-Times Staff 4.
Winton Mercer Sims
"Winnie-Penny" . . . troubles . , . Nell's sister
Junior Y-Teens 2. 33 History Club 33 English Club 33
Government Club 43 Little Theater 4.
Shirley Anne Sorrell
"Ug" . . . love troubles . . . having fun . . . 'Blondie'
New Hanover High School Latin Club 13 Broughton High
School Glee Club 2, 33 Junior Y-Teens 23 Latin Club 23
History Club 33 Little Theater 3. 43 Public Speaking Club
43 Vice President of Homeroom 33 "Gay Nineties Review"
23 Raleigh High Glee Club 2.
"Smitty" . . . Peace bound . . . Virginia
Junior Y-Teens 2, 33 French Club 2, 33 Secretary English
Club 33 Senior Y-Teens 43 Girls' Athletic Association 23
Commercial Club 4.
Junior Y-Teens 1, 23 Girls' Athletic Association 13 Latin
Slug if French Club 2, 33 Senior Y-Teens 43 Commercial
George Lafayette Smith, Jr.
Hollywood bound, . . . "G. L." . . . backstage
Boy Scouts 1. 2, 3, 43 Audio-Visual Club 1, 2, 33 Secretary
43 Little Theater Historian 23 Vice President 3. 43 History
Club 23 Golden Masquers, Points 23 Treasurer 3, 43 "West-
ern Night" 23 "Ever Since Eve" 23 Library Club 33 Hi-
Times 43 "And Came The Spring" 4.
Janie Claiborn Smith
"Pug" . . . Smitty . . . freckles , . . Mack
Latin Club 13 Little Theater 2, 43 Library Club 2, 43 Junior
Y-Teens 1. 23 Spanish Club 33 History Club 33 English
Club 33 Senior Y-Teens 43 Government Club 43 Public
Speaking Club 4.
Walter Lott Slater
"WL," . . . npursuiteri' . . . boxing . . . jightin'
History Club 33 Monogram Club 43 Member of Football
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Richard Clyde Spivey
"Dickie,' . . . smile . . . the lake
Latin Club 13 French Club 3, 43 English Club 33 Audio
Visual Club 4. -
Benjamin Seaton Starling
"Bennie" . . . Violet . . , English worries . . . basketball
History Club 33 Little Theater 3. 43 Audio-Visual Club 33
Reporter 43 Hi-Times 4.
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Thomas Warwick Steed, Jr.
Ann . . . hair . . . good looking clothes
Band 1. 23 Sergeant-at-Arms Latin Club 13 Latin Club 23
Treasurer 8th Grade3 Treasurer Sophomore Class: Presi-
dent Spanish Club 3, 43 Student Council 43 Little Theater
43 Teen-Age Book Club 43 President Public Speaking
Class 43 Chairman Audio-Visual Committee.
Margaret Jean Stewart
"Stu" . . . Our Wit. . . "Big Wheel" . . .Peggy
Junior Y-Teens 23 Hi-Times, Exchange Editor 23 Man-
aging Editor 33 Editor 43 Latin Club, Librarian 23 Glee
Club 33 Y-Teens 33 Treasurer 43 Little Theater 3, 43 Pub-
licity Committee Member 3, 43 "And Came The Spring"
43 Government Club 43 Quill and Scroll 3.
May Sloan Stone
Senior Treasurer . . . our fine gal . . . Duke
Y-Teens 1, 23 Service Chairman 3, 43 Latin Club 13 Treas-
urer 23 Student Council 2, 33 Points Committee 43 Spanish
Club 33 Treasurer, Reporter 43 Secretary-Treasurer His-
tory Club 33 Treasurer English Club 33 Iii-Times Typist
43 Little Theater 43 Teen-Age Book Club 43 Office Assistant
43 Treasurer Senior Class 4.
John Lawson Story
Shelby . . . Homeroom pres .... personality
Band 1, 2, 3, 43 Scout 1, 2, 3, 43 Scribe in Eagle Scout 33
Eagle Scout 43 Homeroom President 43 Crew Chief of
Sea Scout 43 Went to Shelby High School 1, 2, and 3.
Karl Dane Stuart
"Square5' . . . drums . . . clown
Glee Club 2. 33 Spanish Club 33 Sergeant-at-Arms3 Little
Theater 43 Art Club 43 President3 Homeroom Sergeant-ab
Arms 23 Vice President 8th Grade 13 Audio-Visual 43
Eighth Grade Chorusg Band 1, 23 Class Wit 2.
Rachel Helon Summers
Pretty hair . . . dances? . . . friendly
Fenior Y-Teens 43 Junior Y-Teens 33 Latin Club 2: Little
Theater 4, 53 Commercial Club 4, 53 Secy. History Club 3.
Elinor Anne- Sykes
".4'nn" . . . Wilmingtoit . . . Small-
Glee Club 13 Latin Club 1, 2: Government Club 4: Little
Theater 43 English Club- 33 Commercial Club 43 Raleigh
Glee Club 43 New Hanover High School 1,-2.
Thomas Ally Taylor
"To1nmy,' . . . "Alley" . . , Catherine
Homeroom Treasurer 13 Boy Scout 13 Hi-Y Minstrel 3, 43
President of Homeroom 33 Sergeant-at-Arms of English
Club 3: Senior Hi-Y 3: Sergeant-at-Arms of Senior Hi-Y
43 Football Team 3, 43 Sergeant-at-Arms of Government
Club 4: Secy. and Treas. of Monogram Club 43 Sergeant-
at-Arms of Public Speaking Club 4.
William Moflitt Teague
"Rubberlegs" . , . "yo-yo" . . . Julia
Glee Club 1, 23 Boy Scout 1, 2, 33 Student Council 3:
Hi-Times 3, 43 Spanish Club 3, 43 Sergeant-at-Arms of
Spanish Club 3: Little Theater 3, 43 Sergeant-at-Arms
of Little Theater 4: Track 3, 4: Basketball 3, 4: Senior
Hi-Y 43 Library Club 43 Sergeant-at-Arms of Library
Club 43 Clerk of Government Club 4.
John Hooker Thomas
"Jack" . . . "Fireball". . . Gilmartin
History Club 3, 4: Little Theater 33 Football 3, 4: Govern-
ment Club 43 Library Club 4: Senior Hi-Y 3. 4: Treasurer
of Senior Hi-Y 33 Business Manager of Monogram Club
43 Football 4.
Mary Watkins Thomas
Marshal . , , Su.zie's girl . . . "Joe" . . . "eh . . . Shirley"
Junior Y-Teens 1, 2: President of Latin Club 2: Latin Club
1, 2: Homeroom Vice President 1: Little Theater 3, 43
Secretary of English Club 33 LATIPAC Staff 43 Office As-
sistant 4: Marshal.
James Vernon Thompson
Voice . . . Prori , . . acting
"Belle of Barcelona" 13 Glee Club 1, 2, 43 Raleigh High
School Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4: "Gay Nineties Revue" 2:
Spanish Club 3, 4: Sergeant-at-Arms of Spanish Club 43
Little Theater 3, 43 Raleigh Recreation Chorus 43 "All At
Sea" 4: "And Came The Spring" 4: Opera in Concert
Bernard Harris Thorn
T-totler . . , eye lashes . . . leech . . . "Sonny"
English Club 13 Eagle Scouts 3, 4: War Times Staff 13
Radio Club 2. 33 Audio-Visual Club 33 Sergeant-at-Arms
History Club 3: Spanish Club 3: Sergeant-at-Arms Spanish
Clhb 4: Little Theater 3, 43 Teen-Age Book Club 43 Base-
Clan of 194
First row, left to right:
Alfred Small Varner
"Skeeter" . . . "Al" . . . Head Manager
Hi-Times 33 English Club 33 Monogram Club 2, 33 Basket-
ball Manager 3, 43 Radio Club 33 Audio-Visual 33 Sports
Writer for Basketball 3, 4.
Larkin Tyler Wadsworth
"Square" . . . "L. T." , . . Julie . . . "Buzz"
Band 1. 23 Spanish Club 33 History Club 33 Little Theater
3, 43 President of Golden Masquers 3, 43 Monogram Club
3, 43 Football 3, 43 Track 2, 3, 43 Head Cheerleader 33
gueen of Hearts Court 3, 43 "Arrival of Kitty" 33 "All At
ea" 43 "And Came The Spring" 43 Government Club 43
Glee Club 43 Naval Reserve 4.
Mary Madeline Ward
Sergeant-at-Arms! . . . future commercial
Junior Y-Teens 23 Latin Club lj Commercial Club 33
Sergeant-at-Arms 43 Homeroom Treasurer 4.
William Henry Watkins
"Bill" . . . strong, silent type . . . Packard
Students Council 1, 33 Band 1, 2, 33 Spanish Club 33
Sergeant-at-Arms History Club 43 English Club 33 Home-
room Sergeant-at-Arms 3.
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Joseph Moore White, Jr.
P-irate King . . . "e1.'ahbody's" friend
Glee Club 1, 2. 3, 43 Latin Club 13 English Club 33 Boy
Scout 1, 23 Star Scout: Homeroom President 13 "Belle of
Barcelona" 13 "Gay Nineties Review" 23 "All at Sea" 43
"B" Natural Club 13 Eighth Grade Chorus.
Patricia Jocelyn Whitford
State . . . dancer . . . such driving' . . . South .Paw
Homeroom Vice President 23 Spanish Club 3, 43 Vice
President 33 Little Theater 3, 43 English Club 33 Certificate
of Honor Roll Morehead City High School3 Greenville High
School, Greenville, Mississippi3 John McDonough High
School, New Orleans, Louisiana.
Robert Earl Wiggins
"Skin" . . . H11-Y. . . basketball . . . those eyes
Sergeant-at-Arms of Latin Club 1, 23 History Club. Presi-
dent 33 Senior Hi-Y 3, 43 Monogram Club 3, 43 Govern-
ment Club 43 Vice President of Senior Class3 Homeroom
Pres. 1, 33 Boy Scouts 13 Basketball 3, 43 Manager 1, 23
gocaall Committee 43 Hi-Y Minstrel 3, 43 Public Speaking
Thurston Adger Wilson
State. . . "wilclcat" . . ."Chevy"
Latin Club 1, 23 Hi-Times 23 History Club 33 Laboratory
Assistant 33 Boy Scout3 President of Homeroom 3.
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Hunter McGuire Woodall, Jr.
"Woodbaby" . . . Grey flash . . .Cow College . . ,football
Latin Club 2, 33 Football 2, 33 Monogram Club 3, 43 Home-
room President 33 Track 43 Boy Scouts 1, 2, 33 Order of
the Arrow 2, 3.
Peggy Lavonne Woodall
"Peggy" . . . "Woody" . . . 4th period lunch
Latin Club 1, 23 Junior Y-Teens 23 History Club 33 Com-
mercial Club 33 Oflice Assistant 4.
Ina Ruth Woodruff
"Roos" . . . Red . . . Ambassador
Junior Y-Teens 23 Library Club 23 Government Club 43
Commercial Club 3, 43 Teen-Age Book Club 43 Secretary
of Senate in Government 43 Junior Dramatics Club 23
Girls Athletic Association 2.
"Gil Doods" . . . missionary bound . . . blush
Glee Club 13 Latin Club 1. 23 Band 3, 43 Government Club
43 LA'ru-me Staff 43 Monogram 2, 3, 43 Teen-Age Book
Club 43 Public Speaking Club 43 Track 2, 3, 43 "Belle of
Barcelona" 13 Boy Scouts 1. 2. 3: Vice President of Home-
room 33 Vice President of Mizpah Devotional Group 4.
Clan of 1948
Millie Lou Wyatt
Studebaker . . . M, C. fan . . . cute clothes
Latin Club 23 English Club 3.
Robert Gibbons Yancey
Polly , . . beau . . . basketball . . . "Yanstey"
Member of Hi-Times Staff 4: Government Club 4: Secre-
tary of Hi-Y 4: Monogram Club 4: Basketball 4: Golf 4:
School Store 43 Superlative. Beau -1: Treasurer of Student
Jeanne Elizabeth Yates
Norfolk . . . attractive . . . socks up-sleeves down
Granby High School, Norfolk, Virginia 1. 2. 33 Glee Club
1, 23 Senior Y-Teens 33 Homeroom Treasurer 23 Red Cross
Representative 33 Home Economics 2, 33 Senior Y-Teens
3, 43 Homeroom Secretary 43 LATIPAC St:-11-Y 4.
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P'rcside11,t: DAVID ROBINSON, President. Back row: DORA ANN COOPER. Secretary:
- MARY VKOODWARD, T'reasu1'erg Miss COGDELL, Adviser.
THE JUNIOR CLASS began the year with the election of class officers. David Robinson
was elected presidentg Bob Caudle, vice presidentg Dora Anne Cooper, secretaryg Mary
Woodard, treasurerg Billy Ammons, sergeant-at-Arms. The class had an executive com-
mittee composed of the class Ofiicers and the presidents of the junior homerooms.
Several members of the class have achieved recognition in the field of sports. Dick
Sommers, Charles Caldwell, Charles Lloyd, Billy Crocker, Ewart Easterling, and Billy
Ammons were outstanding members on the football team. Active on the varsity basket-
ball team were Mial Williamson, Dick Sommers, Pat Caviness, and Bobby Goss.
The Junior Class was proud of its members who were elected to thc National Honor
Society. They were Dick Sommers, Virginia Mowery, Mary Scott Daniel, Nancy Hobbs,
Jean Denny, and Catherine Bikle.
When the dramatics department produced "And Came The Spring? Norwood Pope
and Alan Gordon represented the Junior Class in the cast.
The junior marshals this year were Betty McAfee, Ewart Easterling, Dora Anne
Cooper, and Bob Terry.
The big event of the year for the class was the annual Junior-Senior formal dance. A
Gypsy theme was used for the decorations, invitations, and floor show. Music for the
dance was furnished by Herb Gupton's orchestra.
The school year 1947-48 has been a year of oustanding success and accomplishment
for the Junior Class. With our many leaders and honor students, we feel that our senior
year will surpass our junior year in work well done and will reflect credit to our school.
Our efTorts and achievements have been encouraged and inspired by Miss Lessie Cog-
dell, class adviser. Her untiring interest and guidance were largely responsible for the
many successes achieved throughout our Junior year.
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William J. Arnmons
Tommy F. Ashcraft
Eddie R. Askew
Betty L. Bishop
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Jeannette Bull "
Charles C. Caldwell
Betsy L. Carroll
Charles G. Caviness
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First row, left to right:
Dora Ann Cooper
Barbara Jean Cox
Winifred P. Culbreth
Mary Scott Daniel
John O. Davis
Grace E. Doar
A. Carolyn Evans
Ham L. Godwin
First row, left to right:
Jeffrie Ann Grady
Second row: ', 4
Nancy M. Hobbs .
Wiuiam Hobbs '
Sara E. Huneycutt
Susan L. Ives
Margaret Jackson '
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Sammy Jean Johnson I 4 4
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Julia B. Jones
Janet A. Keever
Richard Carl Lassiter
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Willard Bradford Litchfield
Jane M. Lloyd
Ann Clayton Long
Betty Louise McAfee
Jean Mann McGhee
Elsie Dail Macan
Thomas Finch Moore
Martha Elizabeth Morgan
Mary Josie Nelson
Sara Martha Newton
Roger S. Otstot
Iris Cherry Pendergraph
Elizabeth Lou Phillips
Fred Vernon Phipps
Rose Marie Poole
Norwood Wesley Pope
John Frederick Prescott
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Virginia Ellen Richardson
Robert Potter 'I ' ff'
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Edith 'Conyers Shanklin
Anne Williams Simpson
Gary Frpernan Singleton
George Wallace Smith
Sara Ann Smithdeal
Richard Llewellyn Sommers
Mary Lloyd Stallings
Joanne Ruth Strickland
Robert Jackson Stroupe
Robert Newland Styres
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Joe Neil Ward
Mary Ann Williams
M. Mial Williamson
Sarah Frances Woodall
Mary Lila Woodward
Alice May Young
Mary Ruth Yow
Robert Louis Zucker
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THE SOPHGMORE CLASS elected Pete Jenkins as their president for the 1947-48 term.
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cia Alphin, treasurerg and Lyman Kiser, sergeant-at-arms. Mr. Holiday was the adviser
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homeroom officers. 1
The Sophomore class sponsored a dance on November 21, 1947. The purpose of the
dance was to raise money for the Junior-Senior prom to be given next year. A Thanks-
giving theme was carried out.
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Marvin W. Andrews
Barbara A. Arnold
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Mary Jane Bailey
Gilmer C. Barker
Craig L. Barnhardt
Barbara Jane Buchanan
Barbara J. Bullard
J. G. Carter
Catherine W. Chapman
Jackie T. Clarkson
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James H. Gill
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Ralph A. Liles
Barbara J. Mallard
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Nancy A. Murray
Betty Lou Pace
Ann J. Pruett
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Mary Ann Rainey
Mary Ann Robinson
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tucfenl Ciouncil Officem
Each homeroom elects a Student Council representative at the
beginning of the year. It is the duty of this representative to keep
the homeroom well informed of the functions of the Council.
There were four delegates sent to the Central District Student
Council Convention in Greensboro this year. A discussion was
led by Jackie Jernigan on the topic, "School Spirit."
Three delegates were sent to the State Student Council Con-
vention at Elizabeth City this year. At this meeting Dick Sommers
was elected president of the Convention for the year 1948-1949.
SOCIAL: Dot Johnson, Chairman: Betty Shieldsg
Bobby Wiggins: Ann Greeneg Jeff Newton.
During the previous school year this committee
served as adviser for all school functions connected
with the student body. Two teas entertained the
new students and teachers at the beginning of the
year. The school gymnasium was the scene of danc-
ing after home football and basketball games,
Home-coming weekend featured a parade, sponsors,
and a dance. The annual Student Leaders Banquet
and a spring dance were sponsored by the Council.
A social for Student Council members concluded
the activities of the year.
POSTER: Chairman, Robin Scroggs. I
The purpose of the Poster Committee is to pro-
mote and publicize the activities of all the student
council by making attractive posters to put on the
various bulletin boards in the school.
STANDARDS: Chairman, Dick Sommers.
The organizing of the Trafiic Committee, of which
this chairman is a permanent member, was one of
the more important jobs of this committee. Other
jobs were the granting of club charters and keeping
the Stars and Stripes flying over Broughton.
PUBLICITY: Chairman, Jackie Jernigan.
The main job of the publicity committee is the
writing of a weekly column in the local newspapers
about school news. Pictures of school activities
were placed in the newspaper. The committee is
also in charge of selling school handbooks to all
LOST AND FOUND: Chairman, George Paulson.
This year the Lost and Found Committee has
moved from the ticket window to the school store
so as to serve better the most students.
SPORTS: Co-Chairman, Red Barham and Dora
Under the guidance of this committee the first
successful intramural program in a number of
years was completed. During the football season
this group also decorated the goal posts with crepe
HOUSE AND GROUNDS: Chairman. Charles Gaddy.
The members of this committee in cooperation
with the Traffic Committee, sponsored by the House
Committee, conducted a campaign to stress the
traffic rules of the school in the halls and on the
stairs. This committee was also instrumental in
the final installation of the showcase.
afionaf .Honor ociefy
THE NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY consists of the juniors and seniors
four standards of character, leadership, service, and scholarship. The
lected by thc votes of a committee composed of faculty members and
who excel in the
members are se-
members of the
Honor Society after the vote by the student body and faculty.
This year the Society had two main
before school as office assistants. When
the absence of a faculty member. Other
who had high scholastic averages, and a
turns in helping
projects. The members took
needed, they were available to take charge in
activities were a tea for the eighth graders
contest among 9th and 10th grades homerooms
At the fall tapping ceremony 3 seniors and 6 juniors were taken in, spring term.
3 seniors, and 4 juniors.
The oflicers for the fall term were Red Barham, president, Sue Coltrane, vice presi-
dcntg Barbara Jobe, secretary, Barbara Daniel, treasurer.
The members are Charles Barham, Sue Coltrane, Nancy Fairley, Barbara Jobe,
Gordon Middleton, Jane Phinney, Susan Pickens, Robin Scroggs, Mary Jo Shaw, Nell
Sims, Robert Midgette, Ernestine Nance, Joyce Sapp, seniors, Catherine Bikle, Mary
Scott Daniel, Jean Denny, Nancy Hobbs, Virginia Mowery, Dick Sommers, Myron Banks,
Dora Ann Cooper, Eloise Fretz, Sammy Jean Johnson, David Robinson. juniors.
Mrs. Tora Ladu is the adviser of the
Raleigh .High Sclwof Jgancl
Bobbie Lee Upchurch
D. A. Bergeron
J. B. Bagwell
J. B. Bergeron
Betty Jean Hines
THE NEEDHAM BROUGHTON Glee Club, under the direction of Mrs. K. G. Hite, is
composed of one hundred and twenty-five members. Participation in several of the as-
sembly programs and P.T.A. meetings was one of the main contributions to school life.
An operetta, "All at Sea," given on December 5th was a successful production.
Christmas carols were sung in the halls on the last two days before Christmas vaca-
tion. In March the mixed chorus entered the State Music Contest Festival for high
The highlight of the spring was in the form of a spring concert by the Glee Club
given in May.
Many students in the music department sang in the Raleigh High Schools Glee Club
under the direction of Frederick Stanley Smith. This group sang for various civic clubs,
and it also participated on several radio broadcasts.
Officers of the Broughton High School Glee Club were Mary Louise Hines, presi-
dent, Susan Ives, vice president, Tyler Wadsworth, secretary, Charles Gaddy, treasurer,
Jack Robinson, sergeant-at-arms, and Phyllis Kelly, reporter.
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First row. left to right: Anne Simpson, Emily Rhodes, Gordon Middleton, George Williams, Nancy Fairley, Peggy
Stewart. Mary Kennedy. Charles Barham, Merritt Jones, Jackie Jernigan, Lillian Hill, Nancy Hobbs. Second row:
Jean Denny, Julia Jones, Sammy Jean Johnson, Daphne Franklin. Nancy Jo Fox, Pat Eberhart. Betty Shields.
Barbara Daniel. Janet Linker. Ethel Bonner, Wynn Norman, Juliet Fulghum. Joan Bishop, Eloise Fretz, Jane
Lilly. Jean McGhee. Virginia Mowery. Third row: Joyce Sapp, Ernestine Nance. Mattie Gore Rouse. Anne Lynn,
Phyllis Kelly, Mary Frances Gilbert, Joan Liles. Nell Sims, May Stone, Catherine Bikle, Elsie Macon. Miss Ezell.
adviser, Fourth. row: Jerry Caviness, Gilmer Barker, William Teague, George Paulson, Margaret Holland. Mary
Lu Driver, Sue Coltrane, Polly Hendrix, Bob Yancey, Pat Caviness.
The Hi-Times has just completed a very successful year. Under the editorship of Peggy Stewart
and the mangership of Gordon Middleton, the staff worked diligently to publish a paper which
would be acceptable to the students and also deserve a number one rating by the Columbia
Scholastic Press Association.
Others who should be commended for their untiring cooperation and work are Eloise Fretz,
managing editorg Mary Kennedy, feature editorg Charles Barham, sports editorg George Wil-
liams, advertising managerg Merritt Jones, circulation manager, and Miss Carolyn Ezell, adviser.
Every Thursday afternoon there is a regular staff meeting. At this time assignments are
given out, "Porky Portraits" are elected, the paper is criticized, and improvements are suggested,
The Hi-Times is affiliated with the National Scholastic Press Association, the Quill and
Scroll and the Columbia Scholastic Press Association.
Without thc help of Mr. Barrow at Edwards and Broughton, where the paper is printed, put-
ting out The Hi-Times would have been impossible. His valuable assistance with make-up, head-
lines, and all other phases of publishing a paper is priceless.
econcl year renal:
"LE CERCLE FRANCAIS" enables all students interested in France to appreciate and understand the French
language. It also presents an opportunity to study the social life, customs, and habits of the French people. The
club strives to give its members practical experience in conversational French. Students study current events in
relation to France and sing various French songs. Efforts are made to have French speakers.
Ofhcers are Gene Johnson, president: Mary Frances Gilbert, vice president: Joanne Liles, secretary: Polly
Hendrix, treasurer: and Buddy Clements, sergeant-at-arms.
gint year renclz
THE LAST PORTION of the Friday French class is set aside for a meeting of our club, "Le Petit Cercle Francais."
All business is carried on in French. The main purpose of our club is to combine business with pleasure: there-
fore, programs are selected that will be both interesting and helpful. Club members are able to buy club pins when
they have earned ten or more points. These points are obtained by participating in class activities.
The officers of Miss Barber's French club are Joan Bishop, president: Alex Wilson, vice president: Madeline
Shrefiier, secretary-treasurer: and Jimmy Lawrence, sergeant-at-arms. The ohicers of Mrs. Sandling's class are
Dora Ann Cooper, president: Virginia Mowery, vice president: Ann Hartzog, secretary: Barbara Mallard, treas-
urer: and Ham Godwin, sergeant-at-arms.
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LEADING EVENTS FOR the senior Y-Teens this year were the State Y-Teens Convention for
which many of the girls were hostesses, the City-Wide Recognition Service, the Christmas tea,
and the annual spring card dance.
Nlmcy IFAIRLEY i.i,. .......... P resident EMILY RHODES ,...c. v...i,, S ecretary
ALAM BRIQMAN ...,, ...,. V ice President PEGGY STEWART e,Y.... e,.... T reasurer
Front row. left to right: Nancy Fairley, Peggy Stewart. Jeane Yates, Emily Rhodes. Jean Denny, Catherine Bikle,
Julia Jones, Elsie Macon, Wynne Norman, Juliette Fulghum, Nancy Hobbs, Carolyn Evans. Caroline Heath, Patsy
Andrews, Peggy Evans, Janie Smith.
Second row: Jane Phinney, Nell Sims, Janet Linker, Millicent Rouse, Sammy Jean Johnson, Barbara Ballenger.
Virginia Gilliam. Mary Scott Daniel, Grace Doar. Dora Ann Cooper, Shirley Stough. Mary Woodward. Jane Lloyd,
May Stone. Betty Shields. Anne Lynn.
Third row: Mary Kennedy, Ernestine Nance, Mary J. Shaw, Dena Brown. Elsie Young, Ethel Bonner, Ann Greene.
Jean McGhee, Alma Brigman, Virginia Mowery, Ann Kelly, Sarah Martha Newton. Mary Lloyd Stallings, Sara
Wilson, Alice Collier.
Fourth row: Barbara Jobe, Jo Ann Rollins. Carolyn King, Barbara Eacho, Barbara Rogers. Louise George, Janet
Keever, Carol Moore, Mildred Rhodes, Connie Shanklin, Jeanette Bull, Zeffrie Anne Grady. Patsy Phillips. Margaret
Pearson, Betty Smith.
Top row: Phyllis Kelly. Joyce Morton, Mattie Gore Rouse, Daphine Stephenson, Betty McAfee, Charlotte Taylor,
Phyllis Kinder. Madelyn 'Sch1'efHer, Margaret Pollard, Mary Jo Nelson, Jackie Jernigan, Sue Coltrane, Luke Hill.
Barbara Daniel. Dot Johnson, Miss Hannah Savage, Miss Mary Barber, Anne Simpson, Eloise Fretz.
, CABINET OFFICERS
Nancy Fairly Phyllis Kelly Alma Brigman
Emily Rhodes Grace Doar Dot Johnson
Peggy Stewart Nancy Hobbs Barbara Daniel
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OFFICERS TRIANGLE LEADERS
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Mary Elizabeth Duke
Julia Ann Harrill
BETTY LOU PACE.
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Mary Frances Ruggles
Ella Mae Squires
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Peggy Mitchnerit, JmbAnn Stephenson
Melissa Morse ' ilomria Thomas
Elizabeth Moran - , nn 'rent
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Mary Ann Powell
Mary Ann Raney
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First row, left to right: Daphine Stephenson, Phyllis Kinder, Betty Bryant, Jane Phinney. Jean Denny, Julia Jones.
Ethel Bonner, Juliet Fulghum, Ann Smithdeal, Anne Simpson, Sara Martha Newton, Betty Morgan, Mary Wood-
Second row: Mattie Gore Rouse, Jo Ann Rollins, Barbara Jobe, Mary Jo Nelson. Caroline Heath, Patsy Zeigler,
Katheryn Bikle. Charlotte Taylor. Mrs. Ladu, Millicent Rouse. Jeannette Bull, Rosella Standard. Margaret Pear-
son, Sammy Jean Johnson. Janice Walker. Mary Williams.
Third -row: Robert Zucker. John Duncan, Dick Sommers, Red Pope, Gary Singleton. Willard Litchfield. Robert
Stroupe, John Beamon, Richard Muse, Henry Lewis. Tommy Dickens. Eugene Pearson, Norman Willy.
Fourth row: Gaston Perry. Mial Williamson. Robert Caudle. Karl Garrison. Paul Winslow. Carroll Weathers, Billy
THE SPANISH CLUB, "Los Amigos," is composed of three first year and two second year sec-
tions which meet every two weeks during the regular class periods. Through its activities the
club seeks to acquire an appreciation of the common heritage and ways of living of all Spanish-
spcaking peoples, and thus to promote good will toward our neighbors to the south.
During the year members of the club have corresponded with students in various Spanish-
speaking nations. Programs have included a number of films on Latin American countries, guest
speakers, short plays in Spanish, reports, games, and contests to afford practice in using Spanish.
The culmination of the
Day program in chapel.
dances learned in club
Many students this
club has a merit System
pleted during the year.
The club activities
year's activities was the c1ub's presentation of its annual Pan American
The program "Latin American Fiesta," consisted of typical songs and
meetings and showed costumes made by students during the year.
year earned the right to purchase and wear the Spanish Club pin. The
by which students can earn points for various activities and projects com-
closed with a banquet in May.
First row, left to right: Susan Pickens, Mary Louise Hines, Nell Sims, Janet Linker, Betty Shields, Mrs. Ladu, Sue
Coltrane, Martha Sedberry, Patricia Whitford, Helen Britt, Dolores Clement, Nancy Harmon, Emily Ritchie.
Second row: John DeVogt. Dena Brown, Mary Jo Shaw, Ernestine Nance, Mary Kennedy, Barbara Daniel, Phyllis
Kelly, Barbara Ballenger, May Stone, Nancy Fairley, J. W. Boles, Sonny Thorn.
Third row: Vernon Thompson, Charles Gaddy, George Paulson, Bruce Olive, William Teague. Jackie Jernigan,
Joyce Sapp, Tommy Steed, Bobby Hunter.
OFFICERS OF FIRST YEAR CLASSES
FIRST PERIOD: Pres., Bob Caudle, Vice
President, Julia Jones, Secretary, Jean Denny,
Treasurer, Bettie Morgan, Sgt.-at-Arms, Paul
SECOND PERIOD: President, Mial William-
son, Vice President, Sarah Martha Newton,
Secretary, Mary Woodward, Treasurer, Bob
Zucker, Sgt.-at-arms, Dick Sommers.
EIGHTH PERIOD: President, "Red" Pope,
Vice President, Sammy Jean Johnson, Secre-
tary, Jo Ann Rollins, Treasurer, Caroline
Heath, Sgt.-at-arms, John Duncan.
SECOND YEAR CLASSES
FOURTH-FIFTH PERIOD: President, Ernes-
tine Nance, Vice President, Mary Jo Shaw,
Secretary, Barbara Ballenger, Treasurer, John
De Vogt, Sgt.-at-arms, Vernon Thompson.
SEVENTH PERIOD: President, Tommy Steed,
Vice President, Mary Kennedy, Secretary, Nell
Sims, Treasurer, Jackie Jernigan, Sgt.-at-
arms, Sonny Thorn.
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, divinities, and
various phases of Roman life.
The members took great pride in their library which has been built up from year to year
to meet the needs of both ninth and tenth grade students. Those books best suited to the ninth
grade were put in Mrs. Fletcher's Library, those for more advanced students, in Miss Strother's.
Celia Middleton was appointed head librarian and she had several assistants. They operated
on the same plan as the Broughton Library.
With its dictionaries, its reference books, its Fiction, its myths and fables. Broughton now
has one of the largest and best high school Latin libraries in the state.
SECOND YEAR LATIN CLUB
First row, left to right: Peggy Yancey. Genie Smith, Virginia Clayton, Helen Willard, Celia Middleton.
Combs, Pat Eberhart, Phillip Allen, Lyman Kiser, Ann McDonald. Tommy Ashcraft. Libba Dorris. Elizabeth
Second row: Pat Alphine. Peggy Johnson, Phyllis Hurst, Pat McClein, Mary Evelyn Fuller, Kenneth Smith
Overton, Joanne Liles, Ann Warner, Frances Crabtree. Betty 1 Jenkins, Leah Hendrix. Dail Claridge
Shumaker, Bobby Connelly, Jeanette Poole, Nancy Apple, Ge de Chappell, Bobbie Burch. Margaret
Betty Jane Barker. Bobbie Jane Buchanan, Nancy Lee. Thi: w: Virginia Hudson. Peggy Johnson, Adele Hicks.
Fred Bost, Aloma Thomas. Marilyn Nease. Ann Moore, Past We s, Claire Davis, Catherine Chapman. Isabel Smith.
Fourth row: Laura Holoman, Betty Eatman, Suzanne. S 'th, ean Johnson, Dayton Estes, Leon Edwards. Billy
Oliver, Wood Smethurst. Marshall Feimster, Murray- mer, ohviy Fletcher. Mary Ann Raney. Barbara Arnold.
Margaret Crawford, Mary Ann Robinson, Lucy Ella ayto . Fift row: Lewis Powell, Jimmy Jenson, Robin Con-
rad, Willard Wynn. Howard Twiggs, Bill Blackwellj rl Q ltch. mmy Hilton. Jack Harvin. Gilmer Barker, Pete
Hairston, John Anderson. Dan Blake, Ann Merrim , Retty can es, Juanita Johnson. Sixth row: Jackie Clark-
son, Nancy Jo Fox, Wesley Ledford, Bobbie S:9st,T?liss, 0 er. arian Whitener. Dick Steininger, Jeff Newton.
Walter Noneman. John McAllister, Lee Bostia ,C Buddy S il Jo Caudle, Craighead Barnhardt, Lloyd Bostian.
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The U, S. House ol' Representatives
OFFICERS: Speaker, Merritt Jones: Clerk. William
Teague: Sergeant-at-arms. Warren Brannong Adviser.
Nliss Helen Runnion.
THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES is patterned
after the larger branch ot' the Congress of the United
States Its purpose is to further the understanding
and interest in our government. The ofticers and
duties are similar to those ol' the House of the United
States. having a speaker, clerk. sergeant-at-arms. and
floor leaders for the two parties. Nationalists and
Capitalists. The tloor leaders are Peggy Stewart and
Charles Wooten. A regular session is held each day
with committee reports. news reports, the introduction
ol' hills, in addition to the textbook work.
THE U. S. SENATE
OFFICERS: Speaker. Robin Scroggsg Clerk. Ina Ruth
Woodruff: Sergeant-at-arms. Tommy Taylorg Adviser.
Miss Helen Runnion.
MISS RUNNION'S SECOND PERIOD government class.
in order to gain a better understanding ot' national
and international problems and events. organized a
mock United States Senate. This Senate is composed
of the President of the Senate and Senators of the
two parties, the Liberals and the Conservatives, Be-
cause of the limited number of Senators, each Senator
represents two or three states. In addition to discuss-
ing news and events and enacting laws. the Senate
also studies the divisions ol' the national government.
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7th PERIOD HISTORY tAmeric!anJ
Audie Belle Murray
8th PERIOD AMERICAN HISTORYf4th-5th Period
Jeffrey Ann Grady
Mary Lloyd Stallings
Jvlid tory Club!
First row, left to right: Betsy Carroll, Virginia Gilliam, Shirley Stough, Connie Shanklin. Bill Caldwell. Mrs. Jayne.
Sv:-mid row: Rosella Standard. Ann Smithdeal. Daphine Stephenson. Third row: Bill Stevenson. Norman Willey.
Elton Adams, Bob Terry. Fourth row: Howard Campen, John Be-amen.
First row, left, to right: Miss Runnion. Adviser: Betsy Phillips, Joe Neil Ward, Eloise Fretz, Charles Caldwell. John
Peebles. Ser-mid row: Jean Gallon, Audie Bell Murray, Julianne Brown, Betty Bryan. Jane Lloyd. Third row:
Ronald Buchanan, Vernon Harrell, Glenn Newton, Mial Williamson. Carroll Weathers. Fourth row: Bill Hobbs.
Jack Stoudenmire, Paul Winslow, Jack Pegram. Fifth row: Bobby Styres, and David Robinson.
The Library Club is composed of the
student assistants of our school library.
This club meets every Tuesday at third
period under the supervision of the libra-
rian Miss Nancy Burge and its officers.
They are as follows: Dot Johnson, president:
Sue Coltrane, vice president, William
Teague, secretary-treasurer, Charles Cald-
well, sergeant-at-Arms, and Elsie Macon,
reporter. Other members of the library staff
are Miss Viola Jones, assistant librarian,
and student assistants Fred Prescott, Jim-
mie Eubanks, Nell Simms, Barbara Jobe,
Robert Broome, Mary Ruth Yow, Jack
Thomas, Virginia Gilliam, Janie Smith,
Nancy Fairley, Joyce Morton, John Nichol-
son, Barbara Reynolds, John Whitaker,
Bettie Ruth Springle, and Barbara Johnson.
Each library assistant follows a regular
schedule, which includes checking books,
shelving books, making and delivering
notices, decorating the bulletin boards, and
keeping the magazine room in order.
In October, the librarian and two stu-
dent assistants Dot Johnson and Mary Ruth
Yow attended the North Carolina Library
Association in Winston-Salem. At this
meeting the North Carolina Library Pupil
Assistants Association was organized. Our
club is affiliated with this new organization
whose purposes are to promote closer re-
lationships between the pupil assistants
throughout the state and to help recruit
future librarians. Dot Johnson is president
of the North Central District.
The library staff entertained at a book
week tea in the fall. The parents of the
members of the Library Club, library as-
sistants from Hugh Morson High School,
officers of the PTA, faculty members, and
other special guests were present.
First: William Teague. Nancy Fairley, Nell Sims,
John Nicholson, Janie Smith.
Second: Jack Thomas, Jay Morton. Elsie Macon,
Barbara Jobe. Dot Johnson, Robert Broome.
Third: Virginia Gilliam, James Eubanks. Miss
Burge, Barbara Renals, John iRedb Whitaker,
Fourth: Barbara Johnson. Fred Prescott. Miss
Jones, Betty Lou Springle, Mary Ruth Yow, Charles
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OFFICERS: First row, left to right: Jean Denny, Historian: Dorothy Johnson, Secretary: Jackie Jernigan. President: and Miss Doris
Sparks, Adviser. Second row: Polly Hendrix, Treasurer: Mary Kennedy, Vice Presidentg and William Teague, Sgt.-at-Arms.
Under the leadership of Miss Sparks, adviser, and Jackie Jernigan president, the Brough-
ton Little Theater has had a most successful year. The membership was composed of seventy-
nine juniors and seniors. The weekly club meetings were high-lighted by skits, make-up demon-
stations, and by speakers from the Raleigh Little Theater.
During the fall the Little Theater and Music Department presented an operetta, "All at Sea."
For its annual spring production the Little Theater presented 'iAnd Came The Spring." Several
one-act plays were presented in chapel by members of the Little Theater in the dramatics classes.
Among these productions were 'Bitter Wine" and "Call Me Millie." The Little Theater also took
part in the annual Spring Play Festival in Chapel Hill in April.
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The purpose of this society is to develop better plays and higher drama at
Broughton. Eligible candidates for membership must have 20 points for seniors
and 30 points for juniors. Applications for membership must be approved by
members of the society. Meetings are held every two weeks at the S 8: W.
In the spring the Golden Masquers entered a play at the Drama Festival at
Goldsboro and Chapel Hill.
Left to right: Miss Sparks. Adviser: Mary Lou Driver. Lillian Hill, Warren Brannon. Joan Liles,
Jackie Jernigan, Mary Kennedy. Tyler Wadsworth, and Polly Hendrix.
The Broughton Hi-Y for the year 1947-1948 has been an active one. The purpose of the club
is "to create, maintain, and extend throughout the school and community the high standards of
This year the club has been very successful in their undertakings. A clean-up campaign
just before Christmas caused a bustle by all the homerooms and provided a neat school in which
to study. At Thanksgiving, tickets were sold for the Methodist Orphanage vs. Dunn High School
football game. A lunch room project also went over successfully by helping to lessen confusion
in the cafeteria. Some of the other activities that the club participated in were the printing of
basketball programs, working with the grammar school playground teams, and giving supplies
to a needy family for Christmas. In the spring the annual minstrel and dance were given.
The club meets every week at the Y.M.C.A., and attends church as a group the fourth Sunday
in every month.
President Jimmy Lesane Sergeant-at-Arms Tommy Taylor
Vice President Bobby Wiggins Reporter. .. .. .Eugene Ferrell
Secretary , ...Bob Yancey School Adviser . . Mr. Holliday
Treasurer .Charles Barham Y.M.C.A. Adviser Mr. John H. Joslin
First row, legt to right: Billy Crocker. Jack Thomas, Ewart Easterling. J. W. Boles. Bobby Wiggins. Dick Sommers.
Charles Barham. Second row: Louis Poole, Jimmy Lesane. Tommy Taylor. Bobby Yancey. Billy Ammons. Mial
Williamson, Mr. Holliday. Third row: Eugene Ferrell, John Nicholson, George Paulson, John Duncan. William
Teague, Robert Kost.
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President ,.,,7,..,, ,,,,,,,, K enneth Smith Treasurer ...,,,7.,...,.... ....,... J oe Hardison
Vice President ,,s,.. ,ii,,,, R ichard Rhodes Sergeant-at-Arms ...,.. ......,..... T had Eure, Jr.
Secretary ,is,,,,.,, ,s,,,, L arry Tippett Adviser s......,,.,,.,,... ,.....,s M r. John H. Joslin
The Junior Hi-Y has had several projects durring the year. It undertook the selling of Brough-
ton seals and emblems in the fall. Its members also helped in keeping the building clean.
Speakers and socials were included in the programs for the year. The annual Junior Hi-Y
Dance was held in the spring.
First row. left to right: Larry Tippett. Bobby Higgenbotham. Alec Wilson, Donald Desern, Billy Churn, Winkie
Nelson, G. M. Wooten. Second row: Lyman Kiser, Pete Jenkins. Lewis Parham. Howard Twiggs, Bob Williamson,
Joe Hardison, Richard Rhodes. Third row: Jeff Newton, Kenneth Smith, Thad Eure, Carey Holliday, Graham
Anderson, Lewis Powell.
SUSAN PICKENS ..,,,.,,,.,,, Editor-in-Chief
DOUG PRUDEN A,......... Business
MARY LU DRIVER
Can you imagine putting out an annual without those last minute rushes that made
life at Broughton so interesting?
Without the aid of John G. rGilmartin, that ish this remarkable LATIPAC would be
fragmentary, illegible, impalpable, succinct, drastic, and paraphrastic!
Nominations and elections of "big wheelsl' took place in October, and the work be-
gan, headed by Susan Pickens, editor-in-chief, and Doug Pruden, business manager.
Mary Lu Driver was appointed advertising manager.
After the editorial and business staffs were chosen, everyone "dug in' and did his
best. Amid piles of paper clips, pictures, write-ups, senior characteristics, and senior
statistics, we found the diligent workers in Miss Runnion's little room every Monday.
Mr. F. L. Johnson, who did a wonderful job with the photography, emerged from
behind his little black curtain occasionally to encourage us to look "pretty," Then room
110 became an oflice for Broughtonites to obtain their pictures.
Everything admirable in this volume is due to the hard work and wise counsel of
our advisers, Miss Laura Helen Paschal, Miss Mary W. Barber, and Miss Hannah Sav-
Mr. J. H. Hardison from Edwards and Broughton Co. worked with us in order to
produce the best possible yearbook.
Mary Lu Drover, Joanne Liles, Jeanne Yates, Jane Phinney, Pat Whitford, James Peeler, Doug Pruden, Emily
Ritchie. Nick Howell, Janie Smith, Peggy Evans, Arthur Howell, Dena Brown, Ernestine Nance. Joyce Morton,
Bobby Leonard, Billy Lilly.
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First row, left to right: Mary Stewart. Juanita Johnson, Rachel Summers, Jean Jones, Dot Mitchell, Ina Ruth Wood-
ruff, Eloise Hodge, Miss Hodges, Adviser. Second row: Amelia Barbour, Janet Keener, Frances Smith, Betty Smith.
Faye Barbour. Ethel Pearce. Third row: Rose Marie Poole, Gloria Purnell, Elma Berry, Barbara Beale, Ann Sykes,
Madeline Ward. Fourth row: Ann Emory, Doris Vaughn. Joyce Sapp. Mary Lloyd Stallings, Peggy Evans. Minnie
Nipper, Julianne Brown.
The purpose of this club is to aid its members to become better shorthand students
President ,,,,,.,, ,, ,..,., Ethel Pearce Secretary ....... ....... F aye Barbour
Viee President ,,,,,, ,,,.,.,,,,,,,l P eggy Evans Treasurer ,,...., i,,,, ..,,, ...... A n n Emory
Seargeant-at-Arms ..... ...,. M adeline Ward
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Vice President , YY,,.....,.w .., .v.,A.A M erritt Jones Adviser ...............v........ii....,, lVI1ss Celeste Penny
First row, left to right: Elton Adams. John Anderson, Benny Starling. Second row: Calvin Holland. John Hester.
Macon Martin, Bill Watkins, William Teague. Third 1ow:Bobby Hunter, George Smith, Tommy Steed, Jimmie Huh'-
stafer, Johnny Spain, Hunter Woodall, Carl Stewart, Sonny Thorn. -L F x ..
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Under the leadership of President Bill Crocker. the Monogram Club took as its major proj-
ects the fostering of good sportsmanship and the building of a sound intramural program. Dur-
ing the football season members served as ushers at the games, and during basketball season
members worked to promote good sportsmanship within the student body. As an aid to the in-
tramural program, the club worked as officials of the contests.
Highlights of the year's activities Were the club sponsored dance and the presentation of
the cup to the "most outstanding senior athlete."
All boys who earn varsity letters in track, football, baseball, or basketball are eligible for
membership in the club, but they must be approved by the members before they are accepted.
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Coach Lee Stone, Charles Lloyd, Billy Crocker
The 1947 edition of Raleigh's foot-
ball team made a creditable showing,
winning 4, tieing 2, while losing 3.
The four wins came against conference
teams, and a one point loss to Fayette-
ville kept the Caps from the Eastern
Conference laurels. Raleigh did cap-
ture second place, however, with only
the loss to Fayetteville and a 6-6 tie
with Goldsboro to mar the record.
For the fifth year Lee Stone, ably
helped by N. A. Miller, was at the
helm of the Raleigh gridders. Billy
Crocker was the team captain.
The Caps had their share of repre-
sentatives on all-star aggregations.
Charles Lloyd and Billy Crocker were
placed on one all-state team, while
Jimmy Lesane, Dick Sommers, Lloyd,
and Crocker were selected by the con-
ference coaches for all-eastern honors.
Two players, Lesane and Lloyd-were
chosen to play for the eastern squad
in the first annual Optimist Bowl
game. Stone, along with Leon Brog-
den of Wilmington, was the coach of
the eastern squad which whipped the
western team, 12-7.
GREENSBORO 20, RALEIGH 6
xl Gene Felrrell. Charles Lloyd With two starters injured, Raleigh
1 , , opened the s e a s o n by playing a
Q favored Greensboro eleven. During
the first half the pre-game rating seemed wrong as the Caps held the larger Whirlies' line and
pushed across a score of their own late in the second quarter on a seven yard run by Jimmy Le-
Sane, Alter intermission, though, Greensboro put on the pressure and tallied three times. Raleigh's
half rookie outfit played well, however, and showed promise of brighter things to come.
RALEIGH 0, DURHAM O
Playing against a heavier Durham team the Caps were stymied most of the game
and they failed to score: however, though the Bulldogs pushed Raleigh around most of the
Charles Gaddy, Sue Coltrane. Polly Hendrix, Juliet Fulghum, Jack Robertson.
time, the visitors also were unable to
muster enough strength to push across
RALEIGH 26, WILSON 7
Raleigh finally s h o w e d their
strength by overpowering Wilson for
their lirst win of the season. With
Sonny Ussery showing the way, the
Caps scored three touchdowns in the
Hrst half. The tallies came on a line
. buck by Sommers and on passes from
Lesane to Lloyd and Ussery to Lesane.
After half-time, Ussery made the final
score from the three, climaxing a 100
PORTSMOUTH 28, RALEIGH 0
LT I The following week Raleigh trav- '
eled to Portsmouth, Virginia, to battle
X.. Wllfoodrow Wiison High School, This
game was the first intersectional con-
test played by the Caps in several
years. The Presidents, annually one
.N , the strongest prep schools in the
'W XV- south, overpowered the Caps for
1, x - 'Stones worst loss of the season. Ra-
X 'highs only touchdown threat was
1. broken up when Portsmouth intercepted Ussery's pass in the end zone.
Osler Murray. John Nicholson
N RALEIGH 12, WILMINGTON 0
, is X X. ., A surprised Wilmington team caught the Caps on the rebound after the loss to Portsmouth.
A phases of Raleigh's game were improved, and the statistics showed the winner's superiority.
if 'T e Caps led in first downs, 12-5, and yards gained rushing 189-82. Sommer's running and Us-
x' seriys kicking were the outstanding features, but the whole team displayed a smooth, well-rounded
1,5 attack. Lesane and Sommers picked up the scores on short line plunges. Crocker, Shoemaker,
X. and Nicholson spearheaded Raleigh's line.
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Expecting little trouble from the smaller Earthquakes, the Caps traveled to Goldsboro con-
Q3 Hdent of a victory. Raleigh was rudely surprised when the Goldsboro eleven outplayed the Caps
U xf and scored first. A 55 yard pass from Lesane to Tyler Wadsworth late in the fourth quarter
' enabled the Raleigh team to come up with a tie.
x RALEIGH 38, OXFORD ORPHANAGE 7
'I Raleigh's offense hit the biggest stride of the year in capturing their third win of the season
over a luckless Oxford team. Ussery and Lloyd scored twice, and Sommers and Louis Poole
once in the runaway. Lesane sparked the winners and threw three touchdown passes.
Jimmy Lesane Nick Howell, Ted Valias
FAYETTEVILLE 13, RALEIGH 12
16,500 people were present to see! Johnny Guiton score two touchdowns in the last half, en-
abling Fayetteville to edge Raleigli in one of! the most thrilling huh school football games ever
played in this city. On thi second play of Elie game Sommers dashed through a hole in the line
and kept going for 64 wrds and a touchyown. Minutes later he returned a punt for 72 yards
to the Bulldog's 17. Lesahe carried over from the one four plays later. After intermission Fay-
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etteville took charge but did not score their final tally until two minutes from the end of the
game. Sommers played great:-'foall for e backfield, and Crocker and Lloyd were standouts in
the line. til 9 '
fr RALEIGH 37, ROCKY MOUNT 12
The Caps sa d theirtibest attack of this season until the last game when they clicked well
in the air and on the groiynd to drub the. Elaekbirds decisively. Rocky Mount scored the first
touchdown eaflp in the Hrst quajter, but then Raleigh caught fire. Lesane, Ussery, Lloyd and
Bruce Olive played oufstandirignballafor the Caps.j
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Broughton High. Raleigh's representative in the Class AA E ernmgnc , made a very
creditable record in the 1948 season when the Caps won 15 while sing 6 in regul season com-
petition. 'The team -coached admirably by Joseph Holliday, was a vastly i pr ed o -over
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7 conference games while losing 5 a performance that net em ourth place in t spirite ly jd
last year s outfit, whichcoulduonly manage to win 8 out b . ',TlQi,Zy
contested Eastern race. The Caps did, however, come up th a win ov ilson, t c team that
finally captured the laurels. , 1 ' ' f I-mg
Broughton dropped the first game of the season to -46.
and Gold hit a nine game winning streak that included a victory over Win on-Sale in a return
engagement. During the streak the Broughton five sh0wed,,a,pQte ' e ri
65 points against Henderson and 60 against Jamesville. f
For the second straight year, coach Holliday brought- the city champion hip to Broughton
when the Caps. whipped Hugh lvlorson, 43-37, in a game I ' ed y o a
morial Auditorium Two victories over the Eastern Car ina eachers Cb ege av es, a
tlrouncing over an intersectional foe, Ensley High of Birminghafmg and tw close losses t ur-
am were other highlights of the season. Z f
In the Hrst annual Class AA State Basketball Tour o4lTfsJfr 'l'i4o'top-seeded
High Point in the first round. The Cap five bowed before the State Ch ion Tm 55-41,
but not before giving the western team a terrific fight in the first half. ' 4 ,
The scoring honors were well divided with the starting five all placing abCgxy-le th 10 oint
mark. However, sophomore center Kim Buchanan was most outstanding, hitt g the ets or
205 points. Co-captains Red Barham and J. W. Boles followed with 137 and 130 respective y.
Gene Ferrell with 125 points and Bob Yancey with 106 rounded out the top five. One of the
reasons for the successful season was the fact that Holliday had reserve strength at every posi-
tion. Bobby Goss, tall 6'-5" center, Dick Sommers, and William Teague were the ones that saw
the most action.
Buchanan was the fourth high scorer in the Eastern Conference and won a first-string posi-
tion on the All-City team. Barham likewise was on the first team of the All-City squad and added
to that a guard position, also first string, on the All-Eastern Conference mythical team.
Also sporting a successful season was the Jayvee squad. Coached by N. A. Miller, the team
won 16 tilts while dropping only two. Three sophomores, Kenneth Smith, Bob Williamson and
G. M. Wooten. led the Broughton juniors, ' .11-if I
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First row: Manager Earl Rowland. co-captains Red Barham and T. W. Boles, manager Al Varner. Second row:
Pat Caviness. Dick Sommers. Bob Yancey. Coach Holliday, Bob Wiggins. Mial Williamson. Third row: Gene
Ferrell, William Teague, Kim Buchanan. Bobby Goss. John Duncan.
46 Winston-Salem . 50
60 Jmnesvillc 23
42 E. C. T. C. Jayvecs 32
37 Wilson 34
33 Winston-Salem 32
65 Henderson . 29
44 Fayetteville , , 24
'W ' X 37 Rocky Mount 28
Tim' 49 Birmingham . 27
42 E. C. T. C. Jayvees 33
26 Wilmington 34
40 Goldsboro 34
57 Henderson 27
5 33 Felyettexfille 31
32 Wilson 43
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lil Goldsboro . 33
41 Durham 42
43 Hugh Morson .,., 37
46 Rocky Mount .. 24
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6 Wilmington 4
0 Sanford 8
10 Goldsboro 3
1 Rocky Mount 4
6 Durham 7
2 Wilson 4
3 Fayetteville 5
4 Wilmington 5
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10 Goldsboro 2
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ow i4 flue Hour
By MARY LOUISE HINES
Now We are leaving you friends,
We hope that it's not the end
Soon we will leave all of you
But we will think of you too.
Now is the hour
When we must say goodbye
Soon we'll be leaving
Dear "ole" Broughton High
Tears will be shed
For memories retained
Now we will bid farewell
But thoughts will remain.
All that is past
Will linger and will last
We will remember
Fun at Broughton High
Teachers and friends
Will look at us and sigh
Now we'll be leaving soon
We say goodbye.
WILLIAM DANIEL'S CAMERA SHOP
Scientific Photo Finishing
DIATTHEWS THE NEWEST IN
SHADE C0- 5Pol:'1'sWEA11
"Ask Those Weave Sold" For the' Young Mllll
.llrlrilrfrlrfllrvrs of 7
Your-lian Blimls : Sllll4lf'S : Awnings S
llll- Ulvlmuuml Xvv. Dial fl-5503 S
Rulr-i-wh, N. lj, Zlll l"ayc'tlvvillf- Street
Dr. Pepper Bottling Company
Raleigh, North Carolina
Mr. Burt Ceating dinnerhz Where's my sugar?
Mr. Eason: I haven't seen your wife.
POWELL 8: GRIFFIS
2-L11 Hillsboro St. : Dial 2-2847
1700 Glenwood Are, : Dial 7561.
. Compliments of
FRESH MEATS 'A'
CROCERIES 113 Fayetteville Street
205 E. Whitaker Mill Road DIAL 4635
EFIRD 5 The Shop That Every
DEPARTMENT GM Knows
We Appreciate Your
patronage Raleigh's Smartest Shop
208 Fayetteville Street
RALEIGH, N. C.
126 Fayetteville Street
Mr. Helms Cto cafeteria cookbt Why do you always make cakes and bread?
Cook: I need the dough.
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51.0.4 afih ' '
129 Fayetteville Street
Raleigh, N. C.
AND BEST WISHES
To the Students, Faculty and
Friends of Raleiglfs High Schools
"EASTERN CAROLINA'S LARGEST" ,
Mrs. Kent: You work at a laundry, why don't you put a cover on your uniform
Charlie Dobie: The boss doesn't like for me to go out with his old bags.
137 South Wilmington Street
Raleigh, N. C.
305 Fayetteville Street
MEN and YOUNG MEN
CITY GARAGE CO.
107 South Salisbury Street
TIRES Z BATTERIES
"More than a quarter of ll cenlu y
with Satisfed Customers"
BICYCLES : TRICYCLES
NA Good Place To Eat"
2404 Hillsboro Street
209 West Morgan
REA LTY C 0 .
Sales and Rentals
210 South Salisbury Street
F L 0 W E R S COMMERCIAL
By Fallonfs PRINTING COMPANY
Are Distinctive PRINTERS
J. J. Fallon Co., Inc.
"We Crow the Flowers We Selly,
2l9 South Salisbury Street
What did the big chimney say to the little chimney?
You're too young to smoke.
1901- KING'S BUSINESS COLLEGE - 1948
School for Secretaries
School of Accountancy and Business Administration
NIFIIIIJCI' of National Association of Arcreflileml Connnercial St-hools
Charter Memlwr National Council of Iiuzfiiwss Schools
Summer Term 0pens June 7 and 14
Fall Term 0pens September 6
Ask for Catalog and Application. Make your Reservation early.
CAROI,INA'S PIONEER SCHOOL O17 BUSINESS
412-I6 Fayetteville Street Dial 6713 Raleigh. N. C.
What did one eye say to the other eye?
There's something between us that smells.
U For Prompt Service
5liOPP"W9 Dial 5834
IZI7 Hillsboro Street
BRANTLEY 6' SCN
"Your Family Drug Storev
508 Hillsboro Ph0ne 8834
Raleigh, North Carolina
"Tons of Satisfactioni' C0mPlim9mS 01'
BETTS COAL 5 OIL co. FRIENDLY
1 FRUIT STORE
E550 Fuel 051 Fruits and Produce
DIAL 5869 601 Hillsboro Dial 2-3212
Why did the little moron take sugar and cream to the show with him?
Because he heard there was going to be a cereal.
MARTIN MILLWORK COMPANY
"lf lt's Millwork,
We Can Do lt"
200 HARRISON AVENUE
PHUNIC 2-2824 1-IALIQIUIL N. C.
JAMES H. ANDERSON
NIMIHINIC AWD HAND SOAPS, l7ISlNI"ElI'l'AN'l'S AND
IIISHWASHING NlA'l'EHlAl,S l"l,0UR AlAlN'I'ENANlIl'I
NIAFAS BLOCKS AlA'l'HRIAI,S
RALICIGH. N. lf.
HIM. Z3-2730 P. U. ISUX S512
What did George Washington say when he cut down the cherry treo?
IHLLON SUPPLY COMPANY
Raleigh : Durham : Rocky Mount : Goldsboro
Saint Mary's School and Junior College
Richard G. Stone, President
Raleigh, North Carolina
l-ligh school graduates are offered two years ot standard college work.
The curriculum also includes llth and l2th grades of high school work,
All academic courses fully accredited by the Southern Association.
Excellent Courses in Art, Business, Expression, Home Economics
and Music Departments with Tuition included
in General Charge
Twenty-Acre Campus -ee Field Sports A - Gymnasium ee- Tennis
indoor Tiled Swimming Pool -- Horseback Riding - Golf
RESIDENT AND DAY-STUDENTS
Write for Catalogue and View Book
Old man: fishing, son?
Little boy: No, just drowning worms.
Exclusive Lincoln - Mercury Dealers
for Raleigh and Vicinity
HARMON MOTOR CO.
3623 HlLLsBoRo STREET RALEIGH, N
D . W Y A T T
and Heating Contractor
Raleigh, N. C.
Newton's nose is the biggest thing in the world that the Russians haven t tried
Phone 7248 Compliments
GLENWO0D CAPITAL ICE 5' COAL
SIl0E SIIOP II1C.
Prompt and Courteous
309 Glenwood Avenue
600 West Hargett Street
Raleigh, N. C.
BYN UM PRI NTI NG COMPANY
PHONES 6417 - 6418
RALEIGH, N. C.
ART FLOWER SHOP
I4 West Horgett Street
Flowers for All Occasions
Fresh Meats - Fancy Groceries
703 West Peace Street
Dial 7240 Raleigh, N. c. PHONE 3-5161
THE GRIDDLE lIENDEBSON'S
Fine Foods 1
3116 Hillsboro Street
2500 Hillsboro Street '
Raleigh Phone 5209
Miss Paschal: Bo, what is a worm?
Bo: It's a caterpillar with its fur coat off.
F. D. CLINE CONSTRUCTION CO.
Raleigh, North Carolina
Best Wishes to the
Class of 1948
T. H. BRIGGS AND SONS, INC.
"Hardware Since 186559
L A N D ' S
RaIeigh's Leading Credit Jewelers
I37 Fayetteville Street DIAL 23751
Compliments of MITCLAZLFIAPAITLIJNTING
CLARK ART Sll0P .
Equipped lo Handle Any Size fob
VHNETIAN BLINDS SHADES gala IZIJIPQIGIES
PICTURE FRAMES RUUNG
GUILITAIN BUGS WEDDING INVITATIONS
300 Glenwood Ave. Phone 8319 15 W, Hargetl St, Dial 8821
Miss Blalock: Have you ever seen the Catskill Mountains?
Downie: No, but I have seen cats-kill mice.
Phone 7646 Night 8533
1201 Hillsboro Street
Raleigh, N. C.
J. F. WILLIS
SHEET METAL WORKS
Peoce Street of I-Iolifox
Cut Flowers Potted Plants
Corsages Funeral Designs Raleigh N. C.
Weflding Decorations I
FERGUSON'S HUNEYCUTT, INC.
HOUSEHOLD SUPPLIES and
2904- Hillsboro St. Phone 4-877
"Fashions for Menu
1914- Hillsboro St. Raleigh
Corner of Dawson and Cabarrus
t The epitaph on an atheist grave: Here lies a man-all dressed up and no where
o go. g
'Through our doors pass the finest
people on earth, our customersf'
We Call and Deliver
I Beautiful Cleaning
512 W. Morgan St. Phone 3-4431
First Furnish Your Home . . .
It Tells What You Are
Raleiglfs Leading Furniture Store
124 E. Martin St. Dial 7739
Complete Automotive Supplies
Pick-up and Delivery Service
1641 Glenwood Ave. Phone 3-1300
230 Fayetteville Street
For Well Known Furniture
See Your Friendly Dealer
19 East Martin Street
1627 Wake Forest Road
General Automotive Repair
Wo ke Forest Road
Bobby Yancey: Do you know why they buried the pigeon-toed, cross eyed
nigger, on the left hand side of the road?
Bobby: 'Cause he was dead.
RALEIGH CYCLE CO.
Expert Lawnmower Sharpening
Columbia C1 Schwinn Bicycles
3003 Hillsboro St. Phone 3-4072
i'We Clean Clothes Cleanv
2910 Hillsboro Street
FIVE POINTS VARIETY
COMPLETE Sc 6' I0c STORE
2010 Fairview Road
DeVan Barbour, Agent
Fire : Automotive : Tornado
103 Security Bank Building
Dial 3.1271 Phones 7565-66 Raleigh, N. c.
CAROLINA HARDWARE COMPANY
Ju o B B E R s
233-35 South Wilmington Street
RALEIGH, N. c.
222 Fayetteville Street
Drugs : Sundries : Cosmetics
George Paulson: I could shower you with pedals, Ah!
Emily Rhodes: Oh George-gosh!
George: Bicycle pedals.
When Yozfre on Your Way
Stop in at the
Opposite Broughton High School
un St. Mary's Sm-er
SEALTEST ICE CREAM
Five Points Pharmacy
I'n's1'riptim1s Called For and Delinerecl
Daily-8:30 A.M. to 10:00 P.M.
Sunday -12:00 Nunn to 7:00 HM.
DRUGS 2 COSINIICTICS : SODA
1620 Gienwomi Ave. Phone' 4-644
P. W. GRISSOM
Trucks for Hire
Agent for Alias Power Co.
Raleigh, N. C.
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for the convenience and pleasure of the
home - Let us do all your Laundry -
IIS West Martin Street
Jack Thomas: Do you neck?
Jeanne Yates: That's my business.
Jack Thomas: Oh! S0 you make a profession out of it.
FOR STRUCTURAL STEEL
P A T R 0 N ' Z E ORNAMENTAL IRON
O U R Visit
ADVERTISERS PEDEN STEEL C0.
6630116 with Sleelv
Dial 8828 Raleigh
HAYES BARTON PHARMACY
2000 Fairview Road
Air Conditioned C A P S
P 0 0 L
ll 0 0 M
We Specialize in
CHINESE John W. Evans' Son, Inc.
and COMPLETE AUTOMOBILE
AMERICAN FOOD SERVICE
iv UPHOLSTERING PAINTING
408 Hillsboro Raleigh, N. C.
Raleigh, N. C.
Excited man: Hey Doc! I bit my ear.
Doctor: But sir, that's impossible.
Man: But Doc, I was standing on a chair.
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Never gained easily - the graduate's diploma is a symbol of a
truly great Achievement - one in which every graduate may take
pride for all his life.
The Achievement of gaining the confidence and friendship of
students and faculty is one in which we not only take pride, but
which we cherish and guard with constant vigilance.
Retail - Wholesale
FISH -:- OYSTERS -:- SHRIMP
Live Maine Lobsters
SEA FOOD COMPANY
410 East Davie Street
RALEIGH, NORTH CAROLINA
Tyler was telling his mother about the day in school. "Mother, today our
teacher asked me whether I had any brothers or sisters, and I told her I was
the only child."
"And what did she say?" asked his mother.
She said, "Thank g0odness"!
C. T. W1Ls0N, Proprietor
WESTERN and NATIVE MEATS
"The Store Ahead
With Fashions Ahead
DIAL 44400 ,
112 Fayetteville Street
City Market Raleigh, N. C. RALEIGH N C
C In f Compliments of
amp :ments 0
WARLICK'S TAI LO RS
SODA SHOP 4
Insurance Building CUSTOM TAILORING
AT ITS BEST
Complete Ojice Equipment
SGSINGER . .
118 East Martin Street
Phone 8714- anal 36781
RALEIGH, N. C.
"Candy Makers for Over 80 Years
A Standard for Quality Candies
Since 1865 DIAL 4228
.I. E. STATHACOS, Manager
RALEIGH, N. C.
230 Fayetteville Street
The Scotchman learned to swim when he came to a toll bridge.
W. H. KING DRUG COMPANY
Friendly and Dependable Servieew
RALEIGH, NORTH CAROLINA
Jim: Did you hear about the row down at the bakery last night?
John: No, what happened?
Jim: Some stale bread tried to get fresh.
U-'W 2-L Fo-Y'YY3
LIBERAL ARTS COLLEGE FOR
I. Southern Association of Colleges and Secondary Schools I 19213.
2. American Association of University Women fI923J.
3. Association of American Universities 119281.
EDUCATIONAL PROGRAM IN TERMS OF
Distinguished record of student honors and achievement. Effective
honor system. Excellent library facilities. Special advantages in
art, music, business, ho-me economics. Provision for supervised
teaching in Raleigh schools.
LOCATION IN RALEIGH, 'ITHE EDUCATIONAL
CENTER OF THE STATEI'
Beautiful campus of 170 acres, Modern fireproof dormitories, with
generous provision for social activities.
Write for Catalogue and Other Information
CARLYLE CAMPBELL, President
RALEIGH, NORTH CAROLINA
Did you hear about the honey bee that got mad at the bumble bee 'cause he
took his honey and nectar?
PE CE COLLEGE
FOR THE EDUCATION AND CULTURE
OF YOUNG WOMEN
I. JUNIOR COLLEGE WORK
a. Two-year Standard College Courses which permit entrance to
Junior Class in all our leading colleges and universities.
b. Two-year General College Course.
c. Two-year courses with Home Economics Electives.
II. COMMERCIAL AND SECRETARIAL COURSES
a. One-year Commercial Course. Gregg System.
b. Two-year Commercial Course. Gregg System.
III. SPECIAL INDIVIDUAL COURSES IN ART, EXURESSION,
PIANO, VOICE, AND VIOLIN
An invitation is extended to all Morson and Broughton girl graduates
to investigate Peace before making plans to attend colloge. We
have adequate facilities for their comfort at Peace and our large
number of Raleigh girls in attendance from year to year is a source
of pride to us.
For Literature Address
WILLIAM C. PRESSLY, President
He who laughs last has found a dirty meaning to a clean joke.
W. E. COOPER
121 East Martin Street
105 S. Wilmington St. Raleigh, N. C
Bicycles - Fishing Tackle
Boats and Outboard Motors
DIAL 2-3146 Repairs to All
C""""i"'e"'S of souTHERN AUCTION
THE FURNITURE COMPANY
SUB - DEB
t For Furiture
Hugh Morson High School
Quality and Distinction
SMITH'S MEAT MARKET
Western and Native Meat
Phone 2-35110 for Free Delivery
Roy G. Smith, Prop.
603 SOUTH STREET
THE BRITT C0-
RALEIGH, N. C.
"Visit Us Often"
Man to little girl making mudpies: You're pretty dirty aren't you.
Ann H.: Yes but I'm prettier clean.
Compliments o f
"Choice of Western Steaks
and Sea foodv
525 HILLSBOR0 STREET
AND OUR I8-oz. MILK SHAKES
2 Miles S. Fayetteville Highway
OVER 5,000 REELS
Films for Schools, Churches,
I IJ , Ho
C u S mes JEWELERS
1904 Hillsboro Street
I4-20 Glenwood Avenue Dial 3-3232
Tel. 32824 - 32825
Projectors - Screen Accessories
RALEIGH, N. C.
Mlss Ezellz Why aren't you taking notes?
Bob Yancey: Fm using my grandfathefs.
WILSON UZZLE, INC.
OLDSMOBILE - CADILLAC
Sales and Service
421 Fayetteville Street
Raleigh, North Carolina
MARKET G L 0 5 E
"Choice Meats and MENIS AND BOYS'
G,0ce,ies,, CLOTHING FURNISHINGS
705 Georgetown Road
RALEIGH, N. C.
608 North Person Street
"lt Pays to Look Well"
Cor. Wilnmingtrm SI. and Exchange Place
ADAM HAT DEALER
G L O B E
A County-agent asked a farmer why he
had a roadroller on the edge of h1s
The farmer said, "So I may grow mashed potatoes."
Waller and Smith PERSUN STREET
Portraits - Commercials C0mPlf?f9 Fvlmwin and
School Annuals ' Prescription Service
Dial 7703 Dial J-6641 FOR PROMPT SERVICE
12 E. Hargelt 119 W. Parrish DIAL 6432
Raleigh Durham 620 N. Person Street
301 South Wilmington
PHONE 8033 RALEIGH, N. C.
BYRUM LUMBER COMPANY
BUILDING MATERIALS 1: HARDWARE 1: MILLWORK
737 West Hargett Street
PHONE 7825 RALEIGH, N. C.
Miss Cogdellz You canlt go to sleep in my class!
Jack: I could if you'd talk a little softer.
DILLON SUPPLY COMPANY
EQUIPMENT : REPAIR PARTS : SUPPLIES
FARM MACHINERY and EQUIPMENT
Raleigh - Durham - Rocky Mount - Goldsboro
Congratulations and Best Wishes
To All 1948 Seniors
S. M. YOUNG HARDWARE
20th CENTURY PAINT AND VARNISH
SEED : HARDWARE : GLASS
130 East Martin Street
Mr. Eason: Why were you late to class?
Slopz I don't know, I guess the bell rung before I got there.
ea er QQ Speec
To you, who each day
Take on anew your tasks
Along the lines that speech will go
Through city streets or far out
Upon some mountainside
Where you have blazed a trail
And kept it clearg
To you there comes from all
Who use the wires
A tribute for a job well done.
For these are not just still
And idle strands
That stretch across a country
Vast and wide
Of life's friendly words
And messages of high import
To people everywhere.
Not spectacular, your usual day,
Nor in the headlines
Except they be of fire, or storm,
Then a grateful nation
Knows the full measure of your skill
And the fine spirit of service
Which puts truth and purpose
ln this honored creed-
"The message must go throughf'
SOUTHERN BELL TELEPHONE AND TELEGRAPH COMPANY
RAWLS MOTOR COMPANY
DeSoto -:- Plymouth
405-7 FAYETTEVILLE STREET
W. T. GRANT COMPANY
RALEIGH, NORTH CAROLINA
Father: Son, it's time we had a little talk about women.
Pete: O.K. Pop, what do you want to know?
TO THE SENIOR
CLASS OF 194-8
ye' v tmgga.
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14 East Hargett Street
MARION B. MEDLIN
REAL ESTATE and INSURANCE
A General Real Estate and lnsurluzce
Residence-Old Trinity Road
Phone 67083 Office Phone 4958
RALEIGH, N. C.
In the Basement of
Sir Walter Hotel
Y E L L 0 W C A B
Miss Savage: Tell me, Tommy, what are man's three basic needs?
Tommy Ashcraft: Blondes, Brunettes, and Red-heads.
Motor Bearings 6' Parts Company
of Raleigh, Inc.
JOBBERS OF STANDARD BRANDS OF REPLACEMENT PARTS
Phone 2-3961 RALEIGH, N. C. 415 S. Salisbury Street
Mack Trucks Packard Cars We Cater
To The Young Man
Mack Distributors NOWELL
SALES and SERVICE CLOTHING CO.
201 West Martin Street F3YffUf'Vi11f' Slffffl
PHONES 7214 - 2-2131 RALEIGH
J. M. THOMPSON G' CO. SIIOP
General Contractors ,k
C. D. WOODALL
I. R. STREETE
Mr. Bullock: What did you see in the fossil section of the Smithsonian?
Pat Caviness: Teachers.
N EW WAY
GRCC E RY
G. and S. Dept. Store
When you want the very best
goods at the lowest
COME TO OUR STORE
18 East Hargett St.
208-210 S. Wilmington St.
The Home of
Hart Schaffner Cr
Manhattan, Wilson Brothers
and Arrow Furnishings
Donald: Do you know what the fly said when he ran into the windshield of a
Dale: No, what did he say?
Donald: I bet he don't have guts enough to do that again.
The Gas Company
Public Service Company of North Carolina, Inc
217 Hillsboro Street : Raleigh
ASHEVILLE DALLAS KANNAPOLIS
CHAPEL HILL DURHAM RALEIGH
CONCORD CASTDNIA STATESVILLE
SAM YOUNG'S ESSO STATION
RALEIGH, NORTH CAROLINA
DIXIE DRY CLEANERS
DIAL 3-4431 RALEIGH
Son: Mother, this cake is hard as a rock.
Mother: Well son, didn't you hear the cook say 'ttake your pick."
"RaIeigh's Art Center
Martin Street 113 Salisbury Street
Paints and Artist Supplies
R. E. QUINN 81 COMPANY
FURNITURE and STOVES
RALEIGH, NORTH CAROLINA
HUGH MORSON GRADUATES
WISH ALL OF YOU THE BEST
OF LUCK IN YOUR FUTURE.
Smith's Dairy Products, Inc.
Poole Road Raleigh, N. C.
Slopz Mr. Blakeway, have you heard the joke about the bed?
Mr. Blakeway: No!
Slopz It hasn't been made up yet.
MRS. W. LOUIS SUMMERS, Prop.
R. C. Mi-ALEXANDER, Mgr.
"Summers Service Satisfiesv
SUMMERS ELECTRICAL COMPANY
MAZDA LAMPS : FIXTURES
127 S. Harrington Sl. RALEIGH, N. C. Dial 2-1082
NATIONAL PURE FOOD MARKET, INC.
Complete Line Quality Meats
Fancy Groceries : Produce
208 EAST MARTIN STREET
RALEIGH, N. C.
Stephenson Appliance Company
225 South Wilmington Street
Best Wishes Compliments of
from Poole s Beauty Shoppe
598 W. South Street
"For 21 years serving as
Dial 4904- 7 E. Hargett
RALEIGH, NORTH CAROLINA
Doug: Why did the boy throw the butter out the window.
J e :I ive u wh ?
am S S D, Y
Doug: To see the butterfly.
North Carolina Equipment Company
CONSTRUCTION, INDUSTRIAL, LOGGING EQUIPMENT
'A' RALEIGH Q .Ai-ifi-1"F' i' CHARLOTTE
'k WILMINGTON 'A' ASHEVILLE
"International Diesel Poweri'
CONN-GOWER PONTIAC COMPANY
Sales and Service
E. R. Poote Music co. H fr H TIRE
RALUGH RETREADING co.
Recapping - Vulcanizing
"Everything for Band and s
Orchestran DIAL 2-0492
119 East Davie Street
Phone 4-364 110 W. Martin St. Mccreary Tires and Tubes
Miss Paschal: Everybody bring in three kinds of twiggs.
Howard Twiggs: Oh! no!
516-518 Fayetteville Street
McDowell and Martin Streets
RALEIGH, N. C. Raleigh
Neiman's Jewelers WATKINS
Tire and Battery Co
. Phone 6679
109 Fayetteville Street Dayton and Fiske Tires
RALEIGH Willard Batteries
Squeelerz Did you hear about the moron standing on the corner with a knife
an a gun. l
Doug: I a1n't sure!
Squeeler: He didn't know whether to cut across the street or shoot up the
WT V t Wffio
1' 1 '
DIAMONDS - WATCHES
LUGGAGE 1 SILVERWARE : RADIOS
9 East Hargett Street
'lf Dial 5834
For Prompt Service
222 West Hargett Street
1217 Hillsboro Street
Joe W.: Do you know Why Indians wear feathers in their hair?
Ruth C.: No, why?
Joe W.: To keep their wig-warm!
ba: Do you
nkey: No w
THE CITY DRUG STORE
"YOUR NYAL DRUGGIST"
CORNER OF BLOUNT AND MARTIN STREETS
Bowers Construction Co.
RALEIGH, N. C.
STATE DISTRIBUTING CORPORATION
QUALITY FOODS ond BEVERAGES
DOMESTIC ond IMPORTED
IIZ South Blount Street
RALEIGH, NORTH CAROLINA
lgmow why the paper doll committed suicide?
ba: She found out her mother was just an old bag.
Snow White Laundry
Pick Up ana' Delivery Service
MRS. RUTH STUART
i' Uver 14 years of Beauty Experience
520 Fayetteville Street PHONE 5739
PHONE 7534 1215 East Hargett Street
4'Trafle Where You Savei'
701 East Lane Street
Raleigh Beauty Shop GENE MORING
109W Fayetteville Street Oppofjle Points
PHONE 2-3645 ost Ce
H. E. LIPFORD, Prop. FLOWERS FUR ALL
Stephenson Music Company
The Latest Hits
In Music and Recordings
PIANOS Raleigh, N. C. ORGANS
English teacher: Kim, what is an antonym for the word wise?
Klm B.: Glg Lloyd,
SUPER SERVICE GARAGE
415 South Blount Street
FEDERAL TRUCKS and FOUNTAIN
We Specialize in Body, Fender, Wrecks and Paint Works
on Any Make of Car or Truck
Headlight Testing, Wheel Balancing, Front End Work
and 24 I-Iour Wrecker Service
FRED E. WEAVER ROBERT L. BRASHER
Frankie Crabtree: Ralph, I dor1't know what to give you for your birthday
a book or a kiss.
Ralph Liles: I can't read!
Roofing Company DILLON
Residence and Commercial FINANCE
II9 E. Lenoir Street
BEN L. RHUE 81 CO.
PAINTING - : - PAPERINC
614 South Salisbury
Twinkle! Twinkle little star what on earth you think you are a Hashllght
The Montgomery-Green Co.
"Food Service Equipment"
125 E. Martin St. : Raleigh, N. C
CHINA . . . GLASS
'Complete Equipment for lhe
Preparation and Serving of Food"
'IAII Work Guaranteed . . .
30-'lf South Salisbury Street
THE ROAST GRILL
We Specialize in
S'I'I'1AK SAINDWICHI-QS and
IIIIIIIC MEAT XVEINERS
GHUIIGIC CHARLES. Pl'ltItl'II'IUl'
7 5. West Slrr-el
Sales and Service
For QUICK SERVICE Call Us
Phone 2-3568 Raleigh, N. C
H. L. MARTIN : I308 Courland Dr.
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and PARTY CAKES
Out-Htters for the Entire Family
T01 Georgetown Road 229-31 S. Wilmington Street
J. M. BURNETT, Owner
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Daive and Blount Raleigh, N. C
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for early delivery
you'll find in a Martin:
0 Exclusive Mechanically-controlled poppet
valves, adapted for the Erst time in a 2-
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sputter-free transition from low to high
0ExcIusive Full Swivel. Permits pivoting of
propeller end right into the boat. Facilitates
checking lower unit or removing weeds
without having to reach into the water.
0 Exclusive Vertical Stern Adiustment. Allows
correct vertical positioning of motor by
turning a knob. Adjustment can be made
OExcIusive Combined Filler Cap, Air Vent
and Spare Shear Pin Clip. Contains extra
shear pins, can't come loose. Streamlined.
Can't rattle. Springs open at flip of latch.
0Full 3600 Steering. Makes possible com-
plete maneuverability forward, backward,
around and sidewise. Assures flexible, safe
0Centralizod controls. Three control knobs
centrally located simplify starting. Easy to
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Good Food - Quick Service
ALL KINDS OF' SANDWICHES
and COLD DRINKS
305 South Wilmington Street
WATCHES - DIAMONDS
JEWELRY and LUGGAGE
Raleigh Loan 0ffiee
223 S. Wilmington Street
RALEIGH, N. C.
The Best in Foods
108 South Wilmington Street
RALEIGH, N. C.
11 South Blount Street
RALEIGH, N. C.
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Hatters and Cleaners
36 Years Satisfactory Service
All Garments Are Insured Against Fire or Theft
Office Phone 7746
124 SOUTH SALISBURY STREET
SCHUOL OF COMMERCE
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Congratulations to the
Senior Class of 1948
ROYAL BAKlNG COMPANY
Retail Store : 109 South Wilmington Street
Plant and Offices : Hillsboro Road
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THIS . .
URING the next six years, half a million teach-
ing positions will be available in the United
States. Thousands of men and women are
needed to replace inadequately prepared teach-
ers now in the schools, to fill the vacancies
caused by normal turnover, and to meet the
needs of the five million additional children
born during wartime. There is a need for ele-
mentary and high school teachers, college in-
structors, principals, superintendents, and edu-
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That is what's happening in the teaching pro-
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to improve their local school conditions-some
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establishing definite miniinuni salaries for
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sonal satisfaction than teaching. lf you are a
"born teacher"-make your decision now to
join this honored profession. For "Our Teach-
ers Mold Our Nation's Future." and Americas
future has need of you.
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Printers : Stationers : Lithographers : Engravers
Raleigh, North Carolina
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