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

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SQVUWVQ Q, f X df, WW 'QW W7 f J -, ,CAD ' I WMM w fW f0RfWORD IN 1948-'49 Schools opened late in September because 'INFANTILE PARALYSIS had waged a successful campaign throughout the state of North Carolina. A new principal, WALTER GALE greeted the Seniors and after his words of welcome laid down three rules to be obeyed: No smoking, No leaving the school grounds, No going up and down the wrong steps. FOOTBALL season was already under- way before the first school bell rang, but students under sixteen were not allowed at the first game- After school started, it did not take us long to choose our cheerleaders, and our BAND was again at work. In'October,ithe North carolina STATE FAIR had a double attraction for us. We had part of the day't6 atE:iid', arid thedgiiaatest exhibit of all was PRESIDENT TRUMAN who paid a visit to our city. National and State elections were not far off. At school, in our government classes, we had a conventiortand then an election. t On that Tuesday in November we had an election in our school. On Wednesday we had radios in our classrooms to follow what proved to be the biggest political up- set of the century-HARRY SJ. TRUMAN was elected PRESIDENT. KERR SCOTT was elected GOVERNOR. In other classes we had acquired a new respect for a man by the name of Gilmartin. We foundlfthatlphysicsf solid geometry, French, Spanish, typing, shorthand, dramatics, music, Eng- lish, history, bookkeeping, mechanical drawing, industrial arts and other subjects kept us busy every- day. NEW CLUBS were- organized. Everybody belonged to-at least one of them. Organizations, such as the Social Dance Club, the Psychology Club, the Good Listening Club were new to our school. In October, we began work on the LATIPAC. Individual pictures were made in the auditorium and group pictures interrupteiour schedules for two or three days. The Hi-Times appeared on a day each month to remind us of some things in particular. So it was at THANKSGIVING and again at CHRISTMAS. Along with our work we entered .into the spirit of these seasons. We counted our blessing. We enjoyed the hurry and the rush and the excitement of getting ready for Christmas. We thought that December Q3 would never come. Every room at school was decorated for the Christmas season. In the chemistry classes, only things from the chemis- try department were allowed on the tree. In Miss Cogdell's solid geometry class, only geometrical figures were used. Both turned out to be things of beauty as well as objects of interest. january 3, 1949, found us again at school. The State Legislature was in session. Nearly every student attended a session at one time or another. Many students stopped by the museum to see the presents on display that came from the French Friendship Train. Before EXAMINATION time arrived, our BASKET- BALL team was seeing action several nights a week. This basketball team turned out to set a better record than any Raleigh basketball team ever had. The most humorous games of the year were played when the men faculty members consented to play the varsity, and the women faculty members consented to play the Girlis Athletic Association team. Februaryls biggest thrill for us was the elec- tion of the QUEEN OF HEARTS. This year we had the pleasure of seeing the president of the Senior Class crown his girl queen. We also selected our SUPERLATIVES. In the spring forty-two students left for NEW YORK. We did more than attend the Press Convention. Immediately after this trip was over, we had our SENIOR PLAY-"Mystery in Blue." March and April found music students at Meredith and Greensboro, dramatic students at Chapel Hill, and state contest were conducted here in our own school. The juniors entertained us at a dance that recalled the pleasures of the seasons in the decorations they used. Every Friday night was filled with a dance, a game, a play or something of the like. Our baseball, track, and swimming team made good records. In May we realized that we were SENIORS. We planned for the "the big Week? We filled out questionnaires, we promised not to be undignified in our caps and gowns, we wrote script for Class Night, we planned the picnicg we prepared for the Senior issue of the Hi- Times, we studied! As you turn the pages of this the I949 LATIPAC, we hope that you will live again the pleasant memo- ries of this year. 4 U ,Qin if .lu QV f ' . R DfDlCv4 7'l0N l XXX-, the Senior Class of 1949, proudly clcclicatc this volume- of our cherished high school invinorics to one who has sc-rvccl the students faithfully, lmoth as Z1 coach and 21 friend. His willingness to cxtcncl il helping hand has clonal much toward I1l2llilIlQ this our last ycar ill Broughton, 21 more profitable and enjoyable one-. Thus, wc clcdicutc- this annual to NAPOLEON ANDREW MILLER 5 VVAIIYER -I. GALE MRS. LILLIAN C. SANDLING FRED J. EASON B.A., BS., M.Ecl. A.B. A.B. Ilffllflfdf Dean of Girls Dean ey' Bqys and A.v.v1'stant Princzpal IIDMINISTRA 7l0N JESSE O. SANDERSON H- A- HEI-MS A.B., M.A. S'llfIl'TIAfllP7IfIPIIf qf Raleigh Public Sflmols Supervixor ry' Schools 6 9 U 1 .4 we THANK waz. 3 ro H rrx Una! Sk t A is 1 s A row lcnziev gnu an Bluff I nn! mzw. lgfl In riglzl: lNTiss Hardy, 1NIrs, Hitt, Hhs. Hcndrix. AS'I'I'07Il17'0ZE',' hir. Niillc-1', Nlrs. Lak, IXTFS. Fopfil 4 Klux I"I'l't'lll?lI!, Miss Hcndricks, Niiss Sparks, IX1rs. Banks, Bfiss Barrett, INTL Plylcr, Mrs. Coblr. - , . MRS. Y. C. BANKS, A.B. Ellglztlz Grnflz' BA.-XRY XN'11.Mo'1'1l BARBER, A.B .Sy1r111i.sf1, Ellgfl-.Yll 1l'x,1A B. BARR1s'1"1', A.B. lfllglzflz Crazlf IUSICPIIINE BEAVER, A.B. .-llgelanl, fiflzfrzll .Valli XvHRONA BI.:XI,lTlIK, A.B., M.A Ilixlmil' and Sndzzl Scinm' CiI,ARENc:1a C. BUY.-AN, A.B. lfngl fxlz ' A Y r E FRANK E., BRILFY, B.S. Induslrial AT! NANCY BNRGE, AB., ML ' Lilmzrimz. V A , K MAIQY B. CZ.-XNNUN, A.B., MA. .1 Illfllffllllfl-l'.S' MRS. MAURxr:1Q H. C1.AY'mN, A.B f17IIf'l'fl'!1fI Ilfslnfy, Ifnglixlz MRS..IAK1K L. Ccua1.1f:, A.B. Ezlglzllz Umrlr LESSIE f1ocm1f:I.I., A.B. Cr'F0lIIf'ff 11 IXIARY SUE B. FONVILLE, A.B., M.A. uni mug wmv! fr!! In llyfllf Miss SIIIZIXY, Miss Slmtlwr. Miss Rvyiiulmls. .Y."I'07l1l rnzw: Miss Clziniiuii, Miss C ugmlc ll Nirs. infill, Mrs. l'ilf'lL'iN'I', Miss lic'zix':'l'. Mrs. Clayton, Niiss lilzilurk, Mrs, ciOlll'i1'Y, Mr. linyziii, Nlrs, Mem FACUZTY Mies. bl. lf. I7I,la'i'c:iiI2iz, AB. Mies. IQICNNFTII G. 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NHS. Szmciling. Miss 1 mon. Mr. Gzilv. Miss Barhmg Mr. Brilc-y. I .pn-6"",', H4 C0177 I' ,LL , rp L Q 1 T..-xl'R,x iiEI.EN P,xSm1,xI.. BA., MA. DORIS SPARKS, BS. B I:'114gl1'.vl1, -7llIlI'IIllf1AA7II, Biology 1JI'l1lIlI1fl'l'.Y, Ell4Qlf3'fl CIE1.ES'1'1a PI-ZNNY, BA., MA. Ml2I.ISS.A STROTHER, AB. lizzlglzk-11 Cl. U. P1.Y1,ER, KIR.. B.S. C,'f'11f'n1l .S'f'1'1f1u'f, l'f11g!1'.flz I.1fc:1I.I,1e Rm'NoI.DS, BS. .'UQl'!?I'!I, Clmzrlfflriy iX1RS.-IUIIN C. Rcmi, A.B. ff!'lll'IYlf -Sil'l.I,IIf'!' i1IiI.liN Ri'NN1uN, AB., M. .S'm'1'z1! St'1'1'IIlTF :XNNIE SM.-xw, BS., MS, .1 l11ll11'11z11!1'ci' A Lu! in IWRS. FRANCES C. ZAR. BS. .-1 rl MRS. GR.AfIE C. M.AIII.Eli QHYM S6l'l'6'ffIIll' MR. -I. -I. M1Tc:11h:1.I.. BA. pllqflfrrl, TI'ftUI7N!IIIlffIl1' 'U MIQS. I.. A. Pia.-xczocrx, BA., M X Eng! ish MRS. XYVUNNE DEI.1,1Nf:ER. B Off? .S'rn'ela1j1' l l Back row: Mr. Lewis H. Powell, Mr. LeRoy Martin, Mrs. W. C. Presslcy, Mrs. W. B. Aycock. bran! row Mayor P. D. Snipes, Mr. H. C. Gillis, Dr. QI. D. Clark, Supt. -jc-ssc O. Sanderson. 5'L'ff00l B0f4RD Ye' - . :Ar 5.113 rg 10 'GSAC-Q S jaw- sw-w-,wf 5 W, . .. r 5 1 3 ,. X.X, A ww, ,M .Nw "Vw -w 'gs A . fdifgg, bw:-o.,.w Ojfrem' Dick Somusks I '1'e.s'1'zIf'11l , MYRKJN BANKS 3. I vI't'P-ljffiflilffllf - SARA XVILSON S!'!'I't"flIIil' Bisrsv Pmuiivs 74f!'!l.fIlI'l'I' .IOHN DIVNCIAN Sql.-111-elrms FANNIE PHARI, FULCHER i'lIlZ'l-iff Left In ll-gllf, top: Duncan, Banks, Summers. lfollom: Phillips, VVilson, lfulcher. 5ENl0K C1455 01-' 1949 As seniors, the time has come when we have reached the peak of our dreams and ambitions. and all of us pause to look hack over our days at Broughton. XN'e remember all the pleasures of our years of work and activities, and lmecause they have slipped hy so quickly, we have not realized that they were perhaps the best years ol' all. The friends we have made, the joy and sadness of our lives to- gether are memories which are held deep within our hearts. XVe regret leaving this part of our lives Imehindg hut we shall strive to do our hest wherever we go or in whatever we do, so that Broughton will always he proud of us. 'fo our teachers on your guidance and understanding we hase our trust in the future and know that what we become we owe to you. 'l'o our friends'-you are what have helped to make our days so full of the things we will long re- memher anclf fto you-our Alma Mater, Needham B. Broughton High School, we say a lingering farewell, lnut we look with eagerness to a future which we know will he bright because you will help to make it so. 12 WILLIAM ELTON ADAMS, -IR. nzolnnvcooler . . . Hobby Shop . . . woman holer . . . black hair Hi-Time.: Representative IQ Latin Club 1, 25 Govern- ment Club 35 Library Club 35 junior Hi-Y 1, 25 Audio- Visual Club 1, 2, 3, Sergeant-at-Arms 35 Boy Scouts I, 2, 3, 45 Editor of Troop Paper 4. WILLIAM ,IOHN AM MONS "llgU" . . .football . . . red hair 'rzfreckles . . . jackie . . . Billy Latin Club 1, 2: Government Club 35 History Club 4 Hi-Y 3, 4: Hi-Y Minstrel 3, 4QJl1l'1lOI' Hi-Y 1,1 , President, IQ Sergeant-at-Arms 25 Monogram Cllfb 2, , 5 Fo Team 2, 3, 45 East-West All Star lative 25 Home Room Vii Cl Sergeant at-Arms 3. 1 X 4 fjx QW!!-1 .LEN age hm z . . women . . . bashful L "1 ub 1, 2, 35 Little Visual shor 'ri' cule . . . Pbemozilh! -'Timer R porter 45 Y-T Treasure alineClub 1, 25 Gi culture-Government Editorial and Advertising urer5 English Club 1, tl THOMAS Bucket . . .pool rhark Virginia . . . Sinatra Student Council 2, Hi-Timer Reporter, 35 Latin Club 1, 2, T 1 President 25 Government Club 4, Theater 3, 4 Sergeant- at-Arms 4- Y 3 4- Hi 3 4 Basketball Team . 1 - , 1 , , , 25 Cjunior Varsityj Treasurer of Home Room IQ President of Home Room 2. EDWARD ROLAND ASKEW "Eddie" . . . harzdsome . . . school store . . .football . . . Laralle . . . French Club 3, 4, Sergeant-at-Arms 3, 45 Government Club 4, Sergeant-at-Arms 45 History Club 3, Presidentg Hi-Y 45 Monogram Club 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 45 Football Team 2, 3, 45 Beau 25 Homeroom Treasurer 2. ROBERT LAMAR BALLARD "Bladder" . . . H88 keys" . . . bebop . . . Broolrbn crew . . . Shirley . . . Glee Club 1, 25 History Club 35 Monogram Club 2, 3, 45 junior Football Team 45 Basketball Manager 2, 35 English Clubs 35 Operetta 1, 25 Public Speaking Club 3. MYRON CARROLL BANKS .Nanq . . . N.H.S .... that smile! . . . maroon Ford . . . "Mn Anthrra-yu . . . National Honor Society 3, 4, Vice-President 4, Band 2, 3, 45 Hi- Timex Reporter 45 Hi-Times Representative 3, 45 Latin Club 1, 2, President 25 Government Club 4, Treasurer5 History Club 3, Presidentg Scholarship Super- lative 25 Senior Class Vice-Presidentg Homeroom Treas- urer 25 Boy Scouts 1, 2, 3, 4, Assistant Scout Master 3. flaw, vf ,g.,.. ,aa--V ,ff--1--" ,all-e YA' SENIOR! vt . Jw 5'HVl0R5 J, , lv F731 5 GILMER CLYDE BARKER, AIR. Gil , . . l'ocilH.vf lfpiurfpzilirlrz . . , fI.QVCl10!0g1' , . . "'li'1ze C011 f rm' i 1193 4 lf Q3 ' Student Couniiff' 'Representative IQ Glee Club 1, 2, 32 III'-Ilililllfil' Reporter 1, 41 Latin Club 1, 2, 31 History Club 4, Little Theater 2, 3, 41 The Golden Masquers 4, English Club X1 Operettas 3: "All at Sea" Players 35 "The Rivals" Public Speaking Club 45 Boy Scout 2, 3, 45 Concert Group 2, 3, 45 Raleigh High Schools Glee Club 2, 3: 'iMessiah" 4, Page N. C. Senate I2 N.B.H.S. District Contest 2, 3 Soloist. WARREN LEIGHTON BATTS lffHTl1.l' Illllf brazen . . . rliclimlary . . . glrzsrai' French Club 1, Sergeant-at-Arms, W.P.H.S.g Treasurer of Junior Class 25 Beta Club 2: Basketball Team QQ Dra- matic Club 25 Science Club 2, Vice-President, Athletic Association 21 Upper Science Club 4. JOHN EDWARD BEANTAN lielfv Lnu . . . HITPHIIHIIIM . . . Ivolrlalz-l.'ill1'r . . . rutlin' up Spanish Club 3, 41 History Club 3,-Illl1iOl' Hi-Y 1, 2. RICHARD CREIGHTON BEACH zlrum mqjor . . . mlzitr hair . . . grin . . .f1'1'1'11dlv Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Drum Major 45 Latin Club 1, 23 Govern- ment Club 4,.Il1I'li0l' Hi-Y 1, 25 Hoxneroom Sergeant-ab Arms 2, Viee-President 3, President 41 All State Band, 3 45 Band Contest 2, 3. GERALD COY BENNETT rlfprrzdablv . . . llllfi' . . . blonde Student Council Representative 2: Audio-Visual Club 4g Government Cl11b 45 Homeroom Vice-President 15 Home- room President 2. CLARA BELLE BERRY Izein . , . 'L'I1ml.v" . . . Slalz' . . . good lffliklhllv . . . lllal .mule Glee Club 1: Latin Club 1, 22 Government Club 41 Com- mercial Club 41 Homeroom Secretary 4. ELMA BERRY zulzirlz twin? . . . "Boots" . . . sun-lmzf . . .jitlerbugfff . . blue Fora' Latin Club 1, 2, Vice-President 25 Government Club 45 Office Assistant 4 Student Telephone, Commercial Club 3, 4, President 4. ROBERT L. BIGGS, JR. IIIITINIIIZAFIII gmzizlx , . . Illr. Ea.x'on'.r nigh! haml man . . . nite Ofiice Assistant IQ Stage Crew 15 Ofhce Assistant 25 Stage Crew 2: Stage Manager 21 Office Assistant 31 Stage Crew 35 Little Theater 31 Golden Masquers 31 Ofiice Assistant 41 Stage Crew 4, Stage Manager 4: Little Theater 4: Golden Masquers 45 Vice-President of Golden Masquers 4. 0 u3zZf9M4fzm?l0'f7a"!"7! ' ,we CATHERINE CLARK BIKLE .ilmrl '11' xzfwl ..,,k ,Aspqnsor . . .pojzularzty film . . . llfffllffilll' Student Council' 4, Chairman of Points National Honor Society 3, 41 Treasurer 41 Hi-'finmv 3, 4, Reporter Y-Teens 2, 3, 4, Social Chairman 4, Reporter 3, 4, Latin Club 1, 2, President 1, Government Club 4, Secretary, Oflice As- sistant Su cilativcs 2 Bellc' Dfcoratin Committee 1- 214+ P" ff Junior-Senior, D.A.R. Citizenship Pilgrimage. BETTY LOUISE BISHOP "131'lt1"' .... ww! .... Slate' . . .pint-s1'3P . . . quiet French cilllll 2, HQ Government Club 4, Commercial Club 4. XVILLIE JOAN BISHOP Clmrlir .... Y.H..S' .... ll'illz'1' . , . lim! lflllgflf . . . 'gL1'tl!e G!Pl'l-1111.3 National Honor Society 4, Hi-'linmv Representative IQ 111'-'l'1'1m'.i' Reporlvl' 3, Assistant Advertising Manager 3, Feature Editor 41 French Club 3, 4, President 3, Y-Teens 1, 22 Latin Club 1, 2, Government Club 4, History Club 3, Little Theater 3, 4l Quill and Scroll 3, 4, Vice-President 4, Homeroom Secretary-Treasurer 3, New York Trip 3. 11.-xN1E1, BLAKE, JR. 1,1111 . . . lall . . . 01115 . . . snzilfr. . . Anna' Latin Club 1, 2, 3, Vice-President 2, junior Hi-Y 1, 2, Monogram Club 4, Football Team Varsity 4, I-lomcroom Secietary 2, Boy Scouts 1, 2, Life Scout. ETHEL CRAWFORD BONNER bfllllffflll .vkin . . . Illlflfllllllhlf . . . ww! . . . flllfflfill gold . . t'U.YlINlt'I't' .l'Zl,'l'Ilf1'71l' Student Council 4, Publicity Committee, Glee Club 3, Ili-'l'in1f'.s' Reporter, 2, ff on Staff, Alumnae Editor 4, Y-Teens 2, 3, 41 Spanish Club 3, 4, Vice-President 4, Latin Club 1, 21 Government Club 4, Recording Secretary, History Club 31 Library .Assistant 4, Library Club 4, Little Theater 3, 4, Operetta "All at Seafi ALMA OLIVIA BRIGMAN Ill-lllfillil' . . . FIIIAQII nmrf mm' . . . blmzzll' rurlx . . . rznwfor nfzeu' Student Council 3, 4, Chairman of Publicity Committee 4, Glee Club 1, President, Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 4, Vice-Prcsi- dent 3: Latin Club 1, 2, 'I'reasurer 21 Government Club 4, History Club 3, Secretary, Oflice Assistant 2, Art Club 3. NORMA LIULIANNE BROWN ,l11'l1'in . . . gooa'lo0kz'11g clollm' . .frfcklex . . . Glee Club 2, 31 Y-Teens IQ History Club 3, Office Assist- ant 31 Little Theater 3, 4, Commercial Club 3, Girl Scouts 1, 2, 3, The Art Club 3. CLYDE NIILTON BRYAN, .lR, C'07IlIIll' . . . "Cl11'q'f" . . . blur' lf'j'I'.f . . . Alex 'fi' Hlgff. . . " 7Al'7Ilt'u Band 2, 3, 4: H1'-'I'1'n1w.f Representative 1, Library Assistant 42 Library Club 42 Ofbce Assistant 3, Little Theater 4, junior Hi-Y 1, 2, Varsity Baseball Team 3, Stage Crew 2, 3: Boy Scouts 1, 2, 3, 4, Eagle Scout 2, 3, 4. . a L ,-- . a r,!l J, , ,I 1, f - -' '-.11 -' I ' " " if 1 , -f va, - r 5fNl0R.S' ELIZABETH ANN BRYAN G1-llllllfll-ll Il'0l'fI'!'.Y . . . 111111 laugh . . . "l3rI1y" . . . 1I1'1'z'f11g . . . j1ir1111'ly H1-T1'111rs Reporter 41 French Club 2, 3, 43 Spanish Club 31 History Club 33 I,Ar1PAc: Staff 42 Knitting Club 43 Decoration Committee for -junior-Senior: LATIPAC Ad- vertising Staff. AIEANETTE ELEANOR BULL jolm . . . "Hu-PII" . . . curly hair in zur! Il'l'lIflll'l' . . . l'1'PllVb0IbJ'.Y Ffflhfllfi. . . Hull 1211 IIlllIll'.9 . . . Bull lgy1111l111'e.3 . . . HZ,-74iVIIf.l' 41 Y-Teens i, 2, 3, 42 Spanish Club 3, 41 Latin Club I, 21 Government Club 43 History Club 3: Office Assistant 21 Homeroom Secretary Il Homeroom Presi- dent 31 Knitting Club 4, Secretaryg Decorating Committee for -junior-Senior PFOITIZ Decorating Committee for Sopho- more Dance. CHARLES CLINTON CALDWELL, Il "Gorilla" . . .k7r1r111 . . . Gllllllhlillll . . . Fonlball . . . .lfarvlaml French Club 2, 33 Sergeant-at-Arms 21 History Club 3 Sergeant-at-Arms, Library Assistant 3, 42 Library Club 3, 4, Presidentg Monogram Club 2, 3, 4, Sergeant-at-Arms 43 Football Team 1, 2, 3, 41 "All at Sea" 31 Public Speaking Club 4, Vice-President. GORDON MUCLAREN CAMPBELL Sfzx . . . 'LS1111f1" .... 311111 . . . lffbolll, lfn11q1'1', lflllfj' . . . "UM '1'i111rr'l Band 23 Glee Club 13 Hi-Y Minstrel 2, 31 Monogram Club 1, 2, 3, 42 Football Team junior ll Track --Varsity 2, 33 Basketball--Varsity 2, 31 Baseball --Varsity 1, 2, 3, 43 Public Speaking Club 3. HOVVARD BROOKES CAMPEN, JR. 111ol111'qyrlf.y . . . llvfll-lt'1'l.H4" . . . L..S'..ll.1".'l' .... f131'e'11dlv Latin Club IQ History Club 31 Art Club 31 Arts and Craft Club 4. ROBERT WILLIAM CAUDLE 'SCl111bf1v" . , . l1m1rl.x'o111f' . . . f11'f.YOIIllll.f1' . . . flllflllfllf Sergeant-at-Arms ol' Student Council 43 Hi- Ti111r.t Re- porter 33 Spanish Club 32 Latin Club 1, 22 History Club 32 Hi-Y 3, 42 Hi-Y Minstrel 3, 41 Script Committee 3, 4: -junior Hi-Y 1, 23 LATIPAC Stall' 41 Audio-Visual Club 33 Monogram Club 3, 42 Football Team 3, 4, Manager 43 'kAll at Sea" 33 Public Speaking Club 4: Junior Class Vice-President 33 Elections Committee 3, 4: Boy Scouts IQ Social Science Club 13 President. CHARLES GERALD CAVENESS "Cl1m1-Cl1oo" . . . lf'..fV.C .... lfflrr . . . ram' Glee Club 2, 41 Hi-'l1'111e.v Reporter 33 Ili-'l'1'111es Repre- sentative 31 French Club 3, 41 Latin Club IQ History Club 33 Little Theater 3, 43 LATIPAL: Stalin Advertising 43 "All at Sea" 33 uliiding Down the Sky "43 "Don't Take My Penny" 4l Public Speaking Club 42 Swimming Team 43 Raleigh High School Glee Club 1, 2, 3. NANCY ANN CAVENESS .-llzvqyx bury . . .full Qffwz . . . mir Y-Teens 1, 21 French Club 2, 31 English Club 21 liA'l'IPAC Club 31 Office Assistant 23 CLAUDE PATTERSON CAVINESS "Golden Crank" . . . Pat . . . zuitgz . . . "old county" .... rayingr Student Council Elections Committee 3 4' Chairman . . 3, 4, . . . K , , . of Sports Committee 4Q Hz'-Timer Reporter 3, Sports Editor 4: Latin Club 1, 2Q Government Club 4, Vice- Presidentq History Club 3, Vice-President, Monogram Club 3, 4: Basketball Team 2, 3, 4, Public Speaking Club 3, Homeroom Treasurer 2, 3. ANN LAURINE CLARK Hnrxrsf . . . Lralherwooa' King .... vpnrir . . . Tclzaikozxtily Hi-Timm Reporter 4, Government Club 43 IAATIPAC Business and Editorial Staffs 4, Mispah Devotionals 43 Girl's Athletic Association 2, 3, 4: Oxford High School 3, Reporter for The Owl 3, Glee Club 3, Science Club 3, Dramatics Club 1: Macon High School, Georgia 1, 2g Girls' Basketball Team, Soccer Team, and Speedpin Ball Team 2. ANDREW LEE CLEMENT hB1lffl1f'l'u . . . l0l'Fll-ff UD .... f ingfr . . . "Clem" . . . Barbara French Club 2, 3, Sergeant-at-Arms 3, Hi-Y 3, 4, Sergeant- at-Arms 4, Hi-Y Minstrel 3, 4, Monogram Club 3, 4, Foot- ball Team 3, 41 Stage Crew 2, 3, 4, Homeroom President 4, Boy Scouts 1, 2, 3, 4, Senior Patrol, Eagle Scout 4. ALICE MAE COLLIER the 16. . . ssCQggl-Fl, . . . beach trip . . . Slate !. . . uGardn1ias."' HI'-'lAll!1F.Y Representative 2, Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, Latin Club 2, 3, Treasurer 2: Government Club 4, Girl Scouts 42 Public Speaking Club 4g Girls' .Athletic Association 4f Homeroom Treasurer 4Q Intramural Sports Represen- tative 2. DORA ANNE COOPER natural beauty . . .personally . . . county UD . . . men . . . refra- lilily flux Student Council 3, 4, Chairman of Sports Committee 3, Chairman of Social Committee 4, National Honor So- ciety 3, 4: Glee Club 1, 41 Marshal 32 Hi-Timer Repre- sentative 4: French Club 3, 4, President 3: Y-Teens 2, 3, 43 Office Assistant 35 Little Theater 3, 4, Queen of Hearts Court '21.Illl'll0I' Class Secretary, Homeroom Secretary 1, Vice-President 2, 3, Football Programs Committee 4. BARBARA JEAN COX Stale . . . ll'i7l.f0!711' smile . . . Sam zvillz Ihr twins . . Latin Club 35 Commercial Club 4. WILLIAM FLOYD CROCKER SLCf0fA'i, . . .football . . . L'Peanz1l" . . . "Porky,' . . . .tmilo HI-Tl'HIP,1' Staff 45 Government Club 32 Library Assistant 4: Library Club 4, Sergeant-at-Arms: Hi-Y 3, 4, Minstrel 3, 4, ILATIPAC Editorial and Advertising Staff 4, Monogram Club 2, 3, 4, Sergeant-at-Arms 2, President 33 Football Team 1, 2, 3, 4, Captain 4: Baseball Team 1, 3, 41 Queen of Hearts Escort 3g English Club 1, 3, President 1, Sergeant- at-Arms 33 Public Speaking Club 3, Vice-President, Sergeant-at-Arms of Freshman Class, Homeroom Vice- President 3, Boy Scouts 1, 2, Patrol Leader 2, Assistant Patrol Leader I1 Election Committee 43 All State Foot- ball 1947, Harry Porter Batting Award 1947. WINIFRED PAULINE CULBRETH 'K l'Vinnie" . . . rem with Arznflle . . . bangs .... vhorlhand blurs . K'roafr,f.v" Latin Club 1, QQ Knitting Club 4. 5'ENl0R5 fllqAiI"' 15113171 " 3 fflf- '- ' vrrboft f -f vi fi ' I-.LJ ,,b,,ay ad .2440 ,OG-5' 26-05, , MQ C " 1, ,QQ fw- SENIOR! 4'-K' . . . Q 4 v V ,E I MARY SCO I"l' DANIEL .' f mint . . . Slalr. .... .N'.H..S' .... good looking . . . blur fjwnr National Honor Society 3, 43 French Club 3, 43 Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, Vice-President 22 Latin Club 1, 2, Secretary 22 OfTice Assistant 3, 41 HfllHC'l'O0IU Offices 1, Prcsiclent I1 Future Home Makers Of America 4. JOHN OSCAR DAVIS lmlfrm . . . Hf70fI.l'I-Ill", . . . rain' . . . brain . . . 0.13. National Honor Society 41 Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 43 President 4. Latin Club I, 21 President IQ Government Club 4: Audio- Visual Club 4, Sergeant-at-Arms: Honteroom Vice- Presiclent 1, Secretary 2, President 31 Raleigh High Glee Club 1, 2, 33 Boy Scouts 1, 22 1, "Gay Nineties Revue" 3, "All at Sea" 4, "Riding IDOWII tlll' Sky." WILLIAM EDWARD DAVIS Stzngf. . . "trip" . . . 'il'fIt'.l'4J'H History Club 31 b'l,Ol'lOgl'2lll'l Club 3, 43 Football Team 33 Basketball Team 2, 41 English Club 2, S6l'gC21I'll-ill-.'AI'1T1SQ The Art Club 42 Public Speaking Club 3. .IRAN STONE DENNY uskllllfll' ljflllllfu . . . I'I'l'f1'b0!l'VV-.Y hfflifllll .... 'Y.II..S' .... tiny- IITOIJI-I'.t' F i ' A Dependability and Service Student clOllIlCil IQ National Honor Society 3, 41 ill--IIIIIIIIFA' Reporter 3, 4Q Y-Teens I, 2, 3, 4: President 41 Spanish Club 3, 43 Secretary 31 Vice- President 42 Latin Club 1, Q1 Treasurer ll Vice-President 23 History Club 31 Vice-President: Office Assistant 3. 41 Little Theater 3, 41 Historian 31 Scholarship Superlativc 21 Decorating Committee for -junior-Senior 31 Points C 1o1n1nittec. ANN WOODY DEYTON Ihr Ili. . . Lilllr' Cllifff. . . rlnfv lllllll' . . . slmrl . . . ruff Glee Club 21 Y-Teens 1, 2: Latin Club 1, 23 Ollice Assist- ant 42 The Golden Masquers 3: Girl Scouts 2, 3, 4, Vice- Presidcnt 3, Scribe 43 Public Speaking Club 33 L.-.T1PAc CLUB 41 Secretary 4, I'iOII1C'l'OOlll. THOMAS WVHBICR DICKENS u."lfIl'lIll1lIu . . . irnlzbfrx . . . ".l11'11v lelllllll-llllhl' Iifgf' . . . nl'l1t'IiQ1'u . . . Ilia' frm' Student Council Represemative 2: Glee Club 1, 2, 3: Spanish Club 33 Government Club 4, Sergeant-at-Ar1ns3 History Club 31 Little Theater 42 Homeroom Offices 1, 2. GRACE IEUNICE DOAR lull ,II .rlinz . . . llIIl'l'.l'J'l17If lr1ll1'1'11' ut 111'r1fU' milm' fwr lmur . n1r1rinr.13! . lrnnrr . . . brqlfrfl Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 43 fSt'l'ViCi' flll2ilI'Il'l2'lIll 21 Secretary 42 French Club 3, 43 Latin Club 1, 2: Little Theater 33 Opercttas 33 Plays 33 Girls Athletic Association 4. JOHN NELSON DUNCAN, -IR. Utsvflllflflu . . . lflm' 'I error . . . Cray' . . . br1.1',l'z'Ibr1ll . . . brain UI Student Council 3, 41 Spanish Club 3, 4, Sergeant-at-Ar1ns3 President 43 Latin Club 1, 2, Treasurer, Sergeant-at-Armsg Government Club 41 Speaker of HllllSt', Hi-Y 3, 4, Sergeant- at-Ar1ns3 Hi-Y lX4i11st1'el 3, 43 lA'l0ll0g'l'2lII1 Club 3, 41 Basket- ball Team 2 1-Iuniorl Varsity 3, 42 Baseball Team 2 Lxlunior Varsityjg President of Tenth Grade Classg Sergeant-at-Arins 42 Treasurer 1, Homeroorn 3, Sergeant-at-Ar1ns of Home- rootng Elections Committee 3, 4. BARBARA ANN EACHO Stair . . . Ihr 16. . . "Echo" . . ,green d0r1'gr . . . Florida bound French Club 2 Treasurer , Government Club 4Q r 31 ' Girl Souts 4, Public Speaking Club 4, North Fulton High School 1, 2, President of Homeroom 2, Annual Staff 1, Newspaper Staff 1, Captain of Girls Basketball Team IQ President of I-Iomeroom IQ Campfire Girls 1. YVILLIAM EWART EASTERLING, JR. iiculllflll . . . srlmol ,flare . . . hana'.rome . . . Soullz Carolirza Student Council 4, Treasurer, Marshal 3, Hi-Timer 1, Reporter Latin Club 1, 2, Vice-President 2: Little Theater 3, 4, Vice-President 4, Hi-Y 3, 4, Hi-Y Minstrel 3, 4, Co. M. Chm. 3, -junior Hi-Y 1, 2, President 2, Mono- gram Club 3, 4, Business Manager 4, Football Team 1, 2, 3, 4: Baseball Team 2, Class OfIiccrs 1, President IQ Homerooin Offices 1, 2, 4, President 1, 4, Secretary 3. HELEN CAROLYN EVANS fzfp . . . zeiftv , . . here, there ,'n FI'l'?:j2lL'llPTF . . . mm 1f0IlblI'J H1-Timfnf Reporter 3, 42 Advertising staff 3, Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 41 Latin Club 1, Q1 Government Club 4, History Club 31 Ofiice Assistant 4: Little Theater 3, LATIPAC Editorial Staff 4: junior-Senior Decorations 3, Sophomore Dance Decorations 22 Knitting Club 4, President 4, Publicity Committee of Student Council 4. DAVID SAVAGE EVANS IIIIYI-Ilg flliFf1lI'I'.f . . . 1"ln1-rncf' . . . Hi T z'n1f.s' . . ..fr1'rm1'ly . . . .ffzredgmjzllic Hi-'Iimrs Photographer 3, 4, Latin Club 1, 2, Treasurer 2, Government Club 4, LATIPAC Staff fPhotographerJ 4, Quill and Scroll 3, 41 Quill and Scroll Treasurer 4, Home- room, Sergeant-at-Arms 1, Senior Science Club 4, Foot- ball Programs CPhotographerD 4, Basketball Programs fPhot0grapherj 4. DEISEL LAVERNE FERGUSON "Ihr" . . . giggle . . . brain rhilrl Ol .... f rifnlixl English Club I1 Boy Scouts I2 Latin Club 2, 3, Latin Library Assistant 3: Bowling Club 2, 3, Psychology Club 3, Upper Science Club 3. LUKE ASTEL FORREST, JR. .'Vaz'al Rfrfrzv' . . . NLUli't'-Ffa, . . . nice . . . quif! Glee Club 1, 2, 3, French Club 2, 3, 4, Government Club 4, History Cl11h 3, Teen Age Book Club 4, Operettas 1, 3, 'fAll at Sea." PATRICIA ANN FREDRIKSEN bmrh lrip . . . the 16. . . N.H.S .... the icq . . . Pal National Honor Society 42 Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Hi- Times 3, 4, Copy Editor 41 French Club 4, President Y-Teens IQ Latin Club 1, 2, Little Theater 31 Girl Scouts 1, 2, 3, 4, Vice-President 4, Secretary 2, 3, "All at Sea," Raleigh High School Glee Club 2, 3. ELOISE LILLIAN FRETZ Hi- Timer Eflilor . . . jack . . . N.H.S .... the kg: . . . nmior- qyclfr Student Council 3, 4, National Honor Society 3, 41 Hz'- Tirnes 2, 3, 4, Reporter 2, Managing Editor 3, Editor 4, Y-Teens 2, 31 French Clllb 4, Latin Clllb 1, 2, Vice- President 1, President 2, Government Club 4, History Club 3, Secretary, Little Theater 3, 4, Quill and Scroll 3, 4, President 4, New York Trip 3. 5'ElVl0R.S' 55lVl0R.S' ,IULIETTE ELIZABETH FULGHUM rhm'f1'r1g . . . julie . . . I'l'I'!16li0Il.Y . . . blmzdz' bfrzulv . . . more men House Grounds Committee 15 Co-Chairman of Sports Committee 45 Glee Club 1, 2, 31 Reporter 4, Hi-Timex 3, 4, Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 41 Spanish Club 3, 41 Historian Latin Club 1, 25 Government Club 45 History Club 35 Attorney Gener- al: Little Theater 3, 41 Golden Masquers 45 Cheerleader 3, 45 Queen of Hearts Court 25 Girl Scouts 2, 3, 45 Secre- tary5 'SRiding Down thc Sky" 45 Student Director, "And Came the Spring" 35 Homcroom Secretary IQ Vice-Presi- dent 25 "All at Sea" 3. IWATILDA -lEAN GALTON l1'all:ing Alalilda . . . "'1k1r1k" . . . Hurfr 11.r.ri5lm1l . . . nicr Band 1, 2, 3, 45 French Club 45 Y-Teens 1, 25 History Club 35 Girl Scouts 15 Operetta 35 F.H.A. 4. LOUISE ESTELLE GEORGE "ll"r1'3ir',' . . . more clolhfs . . . Carolina . . .fun, plus Glee Club 2, 31 Ili-'finm' Representative 21 Y-Teens 2, 3, 45 Latin Club 1, 25 Government Club 45 History Club 35 Little Theater 35 Homeroom Offices 1, 2. VIRGINIA RANDOLPH GILLIAM N. II. S .... library . . . ".N"azerighl" . . . Van . . . make-up clmirmmz French Club 3, 45 Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 45 Latin Club 1, 2, Secretary 25 Government Club 41 History Club 3, Treas- urer5 Library Assistant 3, 45 Little Theatre 4, Make-up Chairman "Riding Down the Sky." HANNIBAL LAFAYETTE GODWIN, III zjllcirnl . . . "Ham" . . . H1111-.rlmolef hard worker . . .friendly Student Council 2, 45 Hi-'linmr Reporter 45 Circulation Manager 41 French Club 3, Sergeant-at-Arms5 Latin Club 1, 2, Sergeant-at-Arms 25 Government Club 4, Doorkeepf-r5 Hi-Y 3, 45 Hi-Y Minstrel 3, 41 LATIPAC .Advertising Manager 45 Audio-Visual Club 3, 45 Junior Hi-Y 1: Boy Scouts 1, 2, 3, Eagle Scout 1, 2, 3, Order of Arrow 2, 35 Homeroom Secretary 1, Sergeant-at-Arms 25 President 33 LATIPAC Club 4. ALAN WILLIAM GORDON " llf"l11'lf1y" . . . Hronlclyrn . . . arlor . . . Pal . . . "Rf'rl"! flli-7'I'lIlF.f Representatives 35 Hi-Timm Reporter 45 fAd- vertising Managerj Latin Club 1, 2, CSergeant-at-Arms ll The Golden Masquers 3, 4, President 45 Junior Hi-Y 1, 25 Cheerleader 45 Plays 35 Homeroom Oiiices 1, Vice- President 2, Sergeant-at-Armsg "And Came the Spring" 35 "Don't Take My Penny" 4. BOBBY GLENN GOSS "Come" . . . blI.S'A'l"lb!lll. . . "lull llqyn . . .,ffl'l'IldUY, . . higfrft U41 Latin Club 1, 2: Government Club 45 Government Club Treasurer 41 Hi-Y 3, 45 Hi-Y Minstrel 3, 41 LATIPAC Staff 45 Monogram Club 3, 45 Basketball Team 2, 3, 45 Track 3, 4. ,IEFFRIE ANN GRADY chic clollmr . . . 'cjfjpu' . . . llznlwyanlcrr accfnl . . . allraclive . . . l10I'.l'1'.l' Student Council 35 Representative Hi-Timer Reporter 35 Representative 21 French Club 3, 45 Sergeant-at-Armsg Latin Club 1, 25 I-Iistory Club 35 Little Theater 3, 45 The Art Club 41 Homeroom Offices 25 Secretary and Treasurer. CHARLES EDWARD GRANDY "Chick" . . . Curly Hair . . . proxie . . . pool rhark . . . Glee Club 15 History Club 35 junior Hi-Y 2, 35 Audio- Visual Club 35 Baseball Team 35 .Iunior CManagerj5 Home- room Offices 1, 2, 3, ANN INEZ GREENE fldillliilg .xmilr . . . prfliy . . . PlVl'7:jlb0li'V,.S',f7il'7lll . , .puke Vice-President of Homeroom 1, 45 Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 4, Secretary 2, State Treasurer 45 Hi-Times Representative 1, 2, 42 Hi-IIAIIIIIFJ' Staff 25 Little Theater 35 History Club 31 Student Council 1, 3, Social Committee 3, Sports Committee 35 French Club 3, 4, Vice-President 45 LATIPAC glub: LATIPAC Staff 45 Decorating Committee for junior- enior. ,IEAN BARTON GROVER Amfn! . . . saw! and quiet . . . runlan Norwich Free Academy IQ Latin Club 1, 25 Saint Mary 35 French Club 42 Girls' Athletic Association 45 Y-Teens 1, 2. PETER HAIRSTON Prle . . . coal Ifll-IZPI' . . . Falloffy Latin Club 2, 35 History Club 45 Sergeant-at-Arms 45 Hi-Y 45 Hi-Y Minstrel 45 junior Hi-Y 1, 2, Treasurer 25 Monogram Club 3, 41 Football Team Varsity 3, 41 The Art Club 2. VERNON HARREL, AIR. slzzshpzlnip . . . band . . .ayofvoing . . . la!! Band 1, 2, 3, 41 Audio-Visual 45 Art Club 3. MARY CAROLINE HEATH CiCl15Il'Pl, . . . culr ar lhfgz mmf . . . alwayx smiling. . . lzavir1'f1u1 Ili-Timm Representative 25 Y-Teens 1, 2, 35 Spanish Club 3, 4, Treasurer 31 Library Club 25 Oflice Assistant 25 Little Theater 45 Queen Of Hearts Court 35 Girl Scouts 2. ROBERT WAYNE HERSHBERGER Bob .... 4 nn . . . Hershgf . . . brain QPU Civil Air Patrolg Homeroom Secretary IQ Radio Club IQ Art Club Q1 Glee Club 21 Audio-Visual Club 45 Intramural Sports Representative 4. JOHN ALLEN HESTER popcorn . . . glasxtop . . . Iroquoi . . .friendbz Glee Club 21 Hi-Timex Reporter IQ Advertising StafT5 French Club 2, 35 History Club 35 Audio-Visual Club 1, 2, 3, 41 President 41 Homeroom Sergeant-at-Arms 1. 'RSA X 1 1. 3 3'-i . 74 .ix 4 4 TS i SYN' a - ' ,. l :1 1 il ,J 'ea 3 ' fffgg 3 X DN 1 5fNl0R.S' NN 1 . 5HVl0R5 WILFRED BERNICE HOLT gmzrzrlry . . . barkfflbzzll . . .flin lugv? . . . big limrr . . . allzlflr? French Club 1, 2g Track 3, 41 Baseball Team 21 Homcroom Treasurer 4, LA'r1PAc: Club 43 American Legion Baseball 21 Red Terror Basketball and football 3, 4Q Bowling Club 4g Kiwanis Baseball Club 2. REBECCA ANNE HOOTS 'lfymz . . . Ihr' 16. . . k'IIanl.1'if" .... S 'lalrf . . . good linm' Tryon High School 1, 2Q F.H.A. 23 French Club 3, 4g girlbScouts 43 Y-Teens 3, 41 Government Club 43 History .u 3. JAMES WITHERS HUFFSTETLER "Huff" . . . x7ilIIIl1if' ..., rfwz zuillz Clyde . . . lulkilzg Band 1, 2, 3, 4g HI'-'!liIIlV.l' QQ History Club 43 Audio-Visual Club 2, 3, 42 Music Appreciation Club 4g Band Director's Assistant 43 Home-room Officer 2, 3. SARAH ELIZABETH HUNEYCUTT "C.'rocli" . . . liltlr 511' rule. . . 111'rpl11r1m', . . ullfllllllln . . . zlilrlplrx Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, Sergeant-at-Arms, French Club 1, 2, 32 American History Club 32 French Club 4g Vice-President of F.H,A. 41 111'-'1 izmnv Representative 31 Secretary of Hoinerooin 41 Y-Teens Member 4. SUSAN NOWELL IVES krzzgw . . . culling up . . . Ellgllijll Il'0l'l'l't'J . . .flllflllfflf . . .giggling Clee Club 31 Vice-President 31 111'-'l'in1rr Representative 35 History Club 3, 4, "All at Sea" 3. MARGARET IOLA JACKSON zwll 1lrr.1.ml . . , Vanity . . . IIfll'Il'V.f IU!-lf! Sm' . . . rullin' up Glen- Club ll ffl.-ilifllltib' Representative 22 Girl Scouts IQ Public Speaking Club 43 Knitting Club 4. BETTY LOU JENKINS bangs' . . . Ihr 16' . . . Med . . . tall . . . ,gylzllwlic senior 111'-'I inzex Representative 1, 4g Y-Teens IQ Latin Club 1, 2, Office Assistant 23 Commercial Club 4, Assistant 'l'reasurer Girl Scouts 4g Homerooui Vice-rresident 1. GLORIA ANNE'I"1'E JOHNSON future num' . . . L'llFlIIf.llU1 . . . quiet . . . sweet Latin Club 1, 25 Social Dance Club 4. JUANITA CANADY JOHNSON red . . . "Ann" , . . commercial student . . . "Tau d1m't mf, . . Whither: Latin Club 2, 35 Commercial Club 3, 45 Treasurer 4g Girls' Softball Team 1. JUNE DODD JOHNSON john 0 ,... "Chubby" History Club 2, 35 Glee Club 2, 3, 45 Operettag Dayton Ohio IQ Emigrant Club5 Treasurer Campus Club. SAMMY JEAN JOHNSON Miss Editor ..., 'V.H.S .... hand talker . . "Our jim' gal" . . 6lS.s7-.7-57 National Honor Society 3, 4, Secretary 35 Hi-Timer 3, 45 V Advertising Staff 35 Y-Teens 32 Spanish Club 3, 4, Vice- President 3, Secretary 45 Latin Club 1, 2, Vice-President 25 - Office Assistant 45 Little Theater 3, 45 LAT1PAc Editor 45 Homeroom Secretary 1, Vice-President 2, President 35 Chairman of Publicity Committee for Sophomore Dance5 Mizpah Devotional Group 2, 3, 4, Song Leader 2, 3, Presi- dent 4. GENE MONROE JOHNSTON I1 quirl bqr! . . . aluwrvi-.1-rniling . . . Jolmxton, plrarf French Club 2, 3, Secretary 2, President 31 Commercial Club 42 Ninth Grade Science Club I1 President. CAROLYN JOSEPHINE JONES raw! ln' .rhort . . . Boblgy . . .hfrzrrzzllal Stokes High School 1, 2, 35 French Club 3, 45 Knitting Club 1. JEAN MARIE JONES xweet 'n' quiet . . . those eyes! . . . dimples . . . 'SDMQN' Commercial Club 3, 4, Vice-President 45 Home Economics -, Laboratory Assistant QQ Girls Softball Team 15 New York Trip 3. X1 JULIA BRYAN JONES lovable . . .friendly . . . more mm . . . vitally . . . "jo0oolia'l Student Council 2, 4, House and Grounds Committee 45 ',JH1'-Times Reporter 3, 45 Y-Teens 2, 3, 4, Assistant Secre- itary 3, Publicity Chairman 45 Spanish Club 3, 4, Vice- .President 3, Social Chairman 45 Latin Club 1, 2, Treas- 'urer lg Government Club 4, Under Secretary of Stateg Office Assistant 45 Little Theater 3, 45 LATIPAC Staff 45 English Club 25 Homeroom Secretary 3, 45 Inter Club "W Council 4, President5 Decoration Committee for Junior- in Seniorg Civics Club 1. PEARL WATERS JORDAN A blond! . . . "Pr11111"' . . . Tell. . . blur-rinzmrd lanes . . . .Nezu 5B . 3 PJ ern V - . A, Newbern 1, 2, 35 Glfe ' .lb 1,5 3g'Y:Teens-315 ttle VTheater IQ Teen Age- lub ' 25 ' l Scouts 1, 25' lisl1 '-"Clubs IQ Plays 1, 25 mgr omwgssidyt IQ lgqnme co- 'nomics Club 1, 2. K I , . . ' J u- CW l . "X" . .5 X . 1 ' 1 1 Q If .5 ' 'lm " 114 ,A tft, xl .41 43 N - , 3 J xf R we x.,g T, P- X v 4 pg 4, N ,F X t.: 4 ,Q 4 ' A . J 3 . 4-SJ ,V J -2 - - Q .1 1 A 5 . lj A ' A Q A5 - .4 T ' , R3 ,J -A "X, 1"' 'f-,5,j2-fl 1 Y J' 'i S- V! W ' .- 1 -J, ' . -.,' 'J f 5'fNl0R.S' J' QAAII ini let , -LN Q me Wwoiihfstnewc A xt, 3' A 1 l 1 i 31 , L l sfmohks JANET ANN KEEVER wr lmxpiral . . . lhrjinrz lIlIl.l'A'1'f!'t'I' . . . brown qyes . . . blur Dz'S0la Club 43 Y-Teens 1, 2, 31 Latin Club 1, 2, Office ant 23 Commercial Club 3, 43 "Riding Down The Skyi' 41 Homeroom Treasurer 3. ELIZABETH ANN KELLY zwwalilr . . . l"fI'l'!l!l4V . . . nmrlrl . . . lurlt-y 7 . . , bqvfr ideal Publicity Committee 3, 42 lil-llqlllllfkl' Reporter 1, 2, 3, 43 French Club 31 Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 43 Social Chairinan 23 'lll'C2i.SllI't'I' 43 Latin Club 1, 23 Government Club 43 Office Assistant 3, 41 Little Theater 31 LA'r1PAc Stal? 42 Business Manager 43 Girl Scouts 1: Art Club 21 Girls' Athletic Association 43 Homeroom Vice-President 2, Secretary 3, Vice-President 41 Decoration Committee for Sophomore Class Dance 23 Decoration Committee for Junior-Senior 3. LUCY CAROLYN KING .lllll-fill!! . . . 17l'llll.l-Vll'dlll'll . . . low Jwrzrbuzfy . , . falls, falls, talk Y-Teens 1, 2, 31 Latin Club 1, 23 History Club 31 Commer- cial Club 4. RICHARD CARL LASSITER ".'irrl1" . . . grm.1w1nn1,lrj' . . .-Ugrbra zuurritni' . . . mrs Ol . . . .sharp rlnlllm' Student Council 3, House and Grounds Committee: Government Club 43 IIATIPAC Club 43 "Riding Down The Sky," Stage Committee 42 The Art Club 2, 42 Home- roo1n Sergeant-at-Arms 1, Vice-President 2, President 3, Vice-President 43 Golf Team 2. JAMES BENJAMIN LAWRENCE "Fai Hoy" . . .,fl'l'f'lllfl1' . . . . . flllflllll l1i.1' acl . . . x7l'IIIlIUl French Club 2, 3, 43 Sergeant-at-Arms 33 President 43 History Club 33 Hi-Y 43 Junior Hi-Y 1, 21 Secretary lj Football Tea1n Varsity 3, 43 The Art Club 1, 43 HOIIIC- room Vice-President IQ Sergeant-at-Arlns 2. HARVEY MENSON LEE, JR. .swrz al Ihr Slate gym . . . Carolina lmzmzl . . . girlrf' Latin Club 3, 43 Government Club 43 Chairman of ho1ne- room Democratic Party3 Secretary of Army Football IIICHIII 1, Edwards Military Institute, Basketball Team 23 Four Oaks High School3 Baseball Team 2, Four Oaks High School, Naval Reserve 3, 43 Member Social Dance Club 41 Member of Non-Commission Officers Club at Edwards Military Institute, 1. HENRY BYRD LEWIS .s'i11gi11g.7' . . . .l't't'll f'l'4'f1'Zl'll!'H' . . . "JV1tb". . . P, 0. . . . Faure Band 1, 23 Glee Club 23 Spanish Club 3, 4, Sergeant-ab Arms 43 Government Club 43 Little Theater 43 Junior Hi-Y 1, 23 I.A'1'11-mc: Staff 41 Swimming Team I1 Operettas 3, 43 Homeroom Vice-President 1. CORA JANE LILLY Donnie . . . lilllr . . , joan . . . "Dark lfyaf' . . . clean mddlex III--IIHIIIIFJ' Reporter 3, 41 French Club 3, 43 Y-Teens 1, 2, 41 Latin Club 1, 2: Government Club 43 History Club 33 Little Theater 3, 43 Secretary of Homeroom 2, 33 Junior- Senior Decorating Committee 3. I X1 1 K . 4 c JANE MARIE .OYD A 1 ' goodlilfllfifzg rlollzfs . . . that laugh . . . cullin' up .f.jri1wing Fren'Q Club 2,T3-19525-Elrff .-'Techs 1, :gf 43 Spanish Club 3, 4, Socia Chairman 4, Government'Club 4, History Club 3, Homeroom Secretary 1, Vice-PfesidenJ,2,5Prosi- dent 3,'Tf6'2SLlrC1' 41 'Civics Club IQ' La'r1PAc Club 41 Decorating Committee for Junior-Senjpr. 0 I INTARGARET JOYCE LLOYQ "Yip" . . . Ed . . . "limit-111-, thus? nlFi1i"'i.' Ti Zi'pr'f1J1'11e gym . . . "Big Red" supporter Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4: Y-Teens 1, 2, 31 Latin Club 1, 2, Operettas 2, 3, 4. ANN CLAYTON LONG Paul . , . uI,f'tlt'lll'.S'H . . . "Clue" . . . long lrtterx . . grml big, brautifzrl qwip' Glee Club IQ Y-Teens 2, Latin Club 2, History Club 31 Library Club ll Girl Scouts 2, 3, Homeroom Secretary 1, WILMAJEAN LYNN Head Alqjurrtlr . . . 'IPXHA' . . . jrarinir . . . rruzxderzliour . . . zuillin' zvurlfer Student Council Representative 32 Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Y- Teens lj Latin Club 1, 2, Vice-President IQ Office Assist- ant 41 Commercial Club 31 Homeronm Secretary 1. BETTY LOUISE MCAFEE zwxalilf . . . ".l!11z"' . . . ariginaligz . . . rwfet ,Ill lovely . . .giggle Student Council Representative 1, 2, Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 4, Co-Chairman of Program Committee 1, President 2, Program Chairman 4, Treasurer of Freshman Class, Y-Teen Niaid of Honor in May Court 2, Secretary ol Sophomore Class, Miss Sophomore 2, Public Speaking Club 3, Secretary, Hi-Timex Reporter 31 Marshal 3. -IEAN MANN MCGHEE mi1'rhir1'oz11' . . . lovable . . . 51uer!e.1'! one . . . "jonny: GW" . . mtv! Hi-'l1'n1e1' 3, 4, French Club 3, 4, Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 41 Chair- man of Publicity Committee 21 Latin Club 1, 21 Govern- ment Club 4, History Club 32 Little Theater 3, 4, Secre- tary 4, Girl Scouts 1, Public Speaking Club 2, Home- room President 2, Vice-President 31 Decorating Committee ofjunior-Senior 3. ELSIE DAIL MACON Our Alan-0 . . . big bruzwz gym' . . .fe'll11.x' . . . xhlgflr . . .pfrsonzllilr plus' Student Council 4, Chairman of Calendar Committee 41 111'-Tinzrs Representative IQ HI'-IFTHIFJ Staff 2, 3, 4, French Club 3, 4, Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 4, Latin Club 1, 2, Government Club 4, History Club 3, Library Assistant 3, Library Club 31 Reporter, Little Theater 3, Editorial Staff of LATIPAC 4, Senior Editor 4, Sponsor for Student Council 4, English Club 2, Girl's Athletic .Association 4. ROBERT ELLINGTON MARSHALL, JR. Bulldog . . , "lx'illrr" . . . " 171111yrllu1uj11clrrlf" . . . ".'U1'rrl1ief9" French Club 2, 31 Latin Club ll Government Club 41 Junior Hi-Y 1: Football Team Varsity 2, 4, Public Speak- ing Club 31 Asheville 2, 3, Debating Club 4. ' 0 fl V ,i .Yfyl0R.S' 25 l 123.1 it .B 3 Yiwfgves S' S5 A ROBERT E. INIARSHBURN 4711711-I . . . IIIVIIIIIIIIIFA' work? . . . l2'nglz'.rh zoorrifx ,... Vlllfl' Latin Club IQ History Club 43 Little Theater 43 CLARA JEAN MITCHELL ,vlrorl hair , . . xferi with Aillllllft' .-inn . . . lilllefrrt . . . short Commercial Club l. CAROL JEAN INIOORE blonde bfllllll' . . . I"qwllfz'1'llr . . .poise . . . Florirla .Yllflfllll . . . fIf'fJ'0Il!lll-411 Morgan Park High, Chicago IQ Art Club 1, Presidentg Student Association 13 Fayetteville High 21 Teen Age Club 22 Latin Club 21 Eagle Staff 2, Reporterg Y-Teens 3, 41 Little Theater 31 Student Council Representative 41 Girls' Athletic Association 43 Government Club 43 Art Club 3. THOMAS FINCH MOORE HVIIIIIIIIIVN .... swrz zuillz John U . . . ll1olorLycle.x' . . . lx! flffllllll fIlIll'kt'FfN'I History Club 31 Audio-Visual Club 3, 43 Homeroom Treas- urer ll Sergeant-at-Arms 21 President 42 Boy Scouts l. ELIZABETH DOUGLAS MORAN ".'l'lor1lujv" . . . Lily' . . . mmrl . . . fha! grin Student Council I, 2, Secretary 21 Latin Club 1, 2, Secre- tary 1, 22 Y-Teens I, 2, State Y-Teen Convention 1, Chair- man of Music Triangle 21 Glee Club 1, 21 Spanish Club 31 l..-x1'1PAt: Club 3. VIRGINIA DOWNS MOWERY IIIIIKIII-l1XLfA:1'1'.l . . . zw'.ml1'l1'tvplux . . . "Lil Hone" . . . l'l.l'!IfIlIIl.f . . . IIIYIIIII girl National Honor Society 3, 43 Marshal 43 Hi-Tinzex Staff 3, 4, Copyreader 3, Headline Editor 41 French Club 3, 4, Vice-President 33 Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 4, Service Chairman 2, Social Co-Chairman 32 Latin Club I, 2, Secretary IQ Gov- ernment Club 41 Little Theater 33 Sponsor for Junior CHESS, Girl Scouts 1, 21 Cirl's Athletic Association 4. AUIJIE BELLE MURRAY pnrkrlbook . . . gozwnnmzt Iroublrx . . . bark lzrrf again History Club 43 Little Theater 3, 41 English Club 3, 4: "All Through The Night" 33 Play 41 The Art Club 4g Public Speaking Club 4. CAREY C. MUSE L'.Sf1irlr'r" . . . "Big moo.w"' . . . lozw of .fpnrlx . . . c:0fII!'1l-ZLY Spanish Club 3, 41 History Club 3, Officer 2, Little The- ater 3, 41 Basketball Team-Varsity, 3 at Blue Ridge Schoolg Buy Scouts 1, 2. RICHARD LLOYD LLOYD horses! . . . "Citation" . . . "Dink,' . . . "Little Moore" Glee Club 35 Spanish Club 3, 4g History Club 35 Operettas 35 Homeroom Treasurer 25 Boy Scouts 1, 2, 3, 45 Mizpah Devotionals 2, 3, 4. MARY ,IO NELSON "jon . . . libfdfj' assistant . . . randy hair . . . cute Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 45 Spanish Club 3, 45 Library Assistant 41 Library Club 4. SARAH MARTHA NEWTON Dick . . . laughing . . .persnnaligi . . . Sarie Student Council 2, Secretaryg Marshal 45 Hi-Times Re- porter 1, 25 Exchange Editor QQ Y-Teens I, 2, 3, 4, Vice- President 3, Secretary 45 Latin Club 1, 2, Vice-President 25 Little Theater 35 Homecoming Sponsor 45 Versatility Superlative 25 Class Secretary 15 Homeroom Secretary I, 2Q Points Committee 4. MINNIE ANNE NIPPER Sweet . . . .tern with Clara . . . xerrrtaiv . . . moe Y-Teens 2: Commercial Club 3, 4. LULA WYNNE NORMAN Tm lmnzf . . .jizfffort two 'iz' gifs of blue . . . zrstful . . . g'Pig,' Student Council 2, 3, 4, House and Grounds Committee 3, 4' Hi-Timer 5 French Club Y Teens I 2, 5 S an 1 ' 3 49 ' 1 31 4 P " ish Club 3, 45 Library Assistant 4g Library Club 4, Secre- tarv5 Office Assistant 35 Little Theater 3, 4g Cheerleader 45 Prompter for "Riding Down the Sky" 45 Homeroom Treasurer I, Sergeant-at-Arms 45 American Legion May Queen 31 Decoration Committee for junior Seniorg "Don't Take My Penny" 4. ROGER SHERMAN OTSTOT L.S.AI.l".T .... friendbf . . . Oldsmobile . . . rmart! Latin Club 1, 21 LATIPAC Club 4Q President of Homeroom 2. JOEL LAWRENCE PAGE, JR. Eagle scout . . . Electrician . . . nice and quiet Government Club 41 History Club 35 Track Team 2, 3, 45 Boy Scouts 1, 2, 3, 4Q Order of The Arrow 35 Order of The Arrow-National Convention 45 Eagle Scouts 45 junior Assistant Scoutmaster 35 Sea Scouts 45 Member of the "Y" Basketball Team 2, 3, 45 Member of City League Basketball Team CWOodpeckersJ Captain 2, 35 Champions 2, 35 LATIPAC Club 4. HARRY CARAWAN PARKIN Radio whiz . . . Taolrie . . . motorbike . . . tall Spanish Club 4QAILlI1l0I' Hi-Y l. 5'ElVl0R.S' L.: I UQMSI G-.2 f is EUGENE CARSON PEARSON, EIR. guitar . . . Alix Perzlgy . . . cowbqv lH0l'l'!'.Y Spanish Cllllbtgl Government Club 42 History Club 35 Teen Age Book Club 4. I MARGARET LOUISE PEARSON ",lIugg1'r" . . . hlmzdir . . . luv-lv . . . "11'l1z'rr'.r .S'l11f1v'l?.'.9 Y-Teens 1, 2, 3. 42 Spanish Club 3, 4: Latin Club 1, 22 Government Club 4: Girl Scouts 2, 31 "Don't Take My Penny" 4. NIOHN WESLEY PEEBLES "l'rrblr.1"' . . .jnluutv .... Nitin' Ili-'lfrmfv Representative: History Club 3, Vice-Presitlentg .junior Basketball Team 21 Homeroorn Secretary 2Q Home- rouin Vice-President 3. JACK PEGRANI "S11n'lt', .... rfuoirr . . . VlIt'l'lIlIIll'l'.f . . . little tan Ford History Club SQ Upper Class Science Club 41 Boy Scouts 1, 2. IRIS CHERRY PENDERGRAPH ".S'n1ol.qy" . . . Hamm' . , . Bill . . . f,'arulir1a .... New Iiark 'lfip American History Club 3, Government Club 4: LA'1'1PAu Editorial and Advertising Staff 4: Girls Athletic Assoei- ation 4: Girl Scouts 1, 2, Y-Teens 1, 2. ELIZABETH LOU PHILLIPS lfrlrv . . . Jar . . . 6111.111 lrmrzzrrr. . . Ihr Ili. . , brarlz trip Ill--'I-lvII1t'.Y Representative 4Q French Club 4, Secretary, Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 41 Latin Club 1, 25 Government Club 4g History Club 3, Oflice Assistant 3, Girl Scouts 1, 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 2, President 4g Girl's Athletic Association 4g Class 'I'rc-asurer: Hoinerooin 'I'reasurer 2. JOHN BLAINE PIERCE "l4ank" . . . lrrth IFJ . . . 0l't'HIH.Y,II IlIt1Cf11.l'IlI,t' . . . rultin' up French Club 3g Government Club 4, President 4g History Club 31 Monogram Club 2, 3, 41 Football Team 2, 3, 4g Hi-Y 4. ,IOSEPH WHITFIELD POLLARD jwri,t9,a9lM1 4 n W mga-ALL 5'fNl0R5' as ww- hr- M 'B ROSE NIARIE POOLE 'LPnol" . . . the 16 . . . 4'Rie" . . . lVr1ke Forest .... felling tickets Hz'-Times Representative I, 2, 35 Y-Teens IQ History Club 32 Commercial Club 35 Girl Scouts 1, 2, 3, 45 Homeroom Treasurer 4. NORWOOD WESLEY POPE "Red" . . . u.'omen lroubles . . . nrtor . . . 1'er.ml1'le . . . e1'egrhodv'.r friend. Student Council 3, 45 Chairman House and Grounds Com- mittee 41 Elections Committee 35 Spanish Club 3, 45 Presi- dent 31 Latin Club 1, Q1 Little Theatre 3, 4, President 4: Golden Masquers 45 Hi-Y 3, 45 Hi-Y Minstrel 3, 45 Re- porter 41 junior Hi-Y I, 25 Editorial Staff LATIPAC 45 Cheerleader 4: Service Club 45 Manager Football Team 22 Manager Track Team 31 Manager Basketball Team 4. THEO ROBERT POTTER mdiox . . . hrainr! . . . "Slock'r" buddy . . . new ful . . . no Kglilll allowed! Student Council 15 Latin Club I, 25 junior Hi-Y I, 2. -IOHN FREDERICK PRESCOTT, -IR. Carolfrm bound . . . "Press" . . . loud clothes . . . geiling ods Student Council Representative 4: Hi-7-l'!7IF.l' Represent- ative 35 Hi-'III-lIlf.Si Advertising Staff 41 Latin Club 1, 2, Sergeant-at-Arms 25 Government Club 41 Library Assist- ant 31 Library Club 35 -Iunior Hi-Y I, 25 Public Speaking Club 41 Boy Scouts I5 Debating Club 4. EDWARD LEE RANDOLPH Eddie . . . hair . . . Brooklyn crew . . . "Red" . . . Bartels Band I, 2, 31 Glee Club 35 Monogram Club 41 Football Team 42 Basketball Team junior Varsity 25 Baseball Team -Iunior Varsity 25 Wit Superlative I. MILDRED CARTER RHODES Hiller!" . . . lhal laugh . . . Warrenlon . . . Sundz1v.'VI'te Hi-Timer Representative 25 Y-Teens I, 2, 3, 45 Spanish Club 3, 45 Latin Club I, 21 Government Club 4: History Club 42 Library Club 4, Treasurerg Library Assistant 45 Little Theater 3, 45 Girl Scouts 1, 3. HAROLD BAGLEY RHODES "Dus0"' . . . efhrienl . . .pitcher . . .friendly . . . uII10.YfllIl!II!1b!F,, Latin Club I, 2, Vice-President ll Hi-Y 3, 4, Treasurer 45 Hi-Y Minstrel 3, 41-Illnlol' Hi-Y 1, 2, Vice-President 22 Government Club 4, Secretary of Treasury5 Basketball Team 2, ,junior Varsity, Varsity 45 Baseball Team 41 Boy Scouts I, 2, Assistant Patrol leader 25 American Legion Iunior Baseball 2, 3, Most Valuable Player Trophy 35 Intramural Sports Representative 2, 35 LATIPAC Club Presi- dent 45 Homeroom Vice-President I, President 2, Sergeant- at-Arms 3, President 41 VIRGINIA ELLEN RICHARDSON "joe" . . . "Aly Happiness" . . . slzor! hand worries Homeroom Secretary 45 Latin Club I, 25 Government Club 45 Commercial Club 4. Q l . X I x I X x t . I 5' - X 1- Y" Rt gem . SENIOR! E., N XA . Nb I ,sh A xr X AT . A iz A4 I' SX if NX N N 3 Vi l 5fNl0R5 BE'I"l'Y -IEAN ROBERTSON .lfzirion , . . "Casino" . . . bflllffllllg, bllllgli, ana' Salunlqy nitrx Glee Cl11b 1, 2, 3, 4: Y-Teens 2, Spanish 3, 4: Latin Club IQ History Club jg, 45 Operettas 3. DAVID WALLACE ROBINSON, II "'I liz' ll'r11'e"' . . . rlbfllfv . . . IJIIIV' .... V.l1.A' .... fmflulrlr Student Council 1, 4, Chairman Lost and Found Commit- tee 4: National Honor Society 3, 4, Vice-President 3, President 4: Latin Club 1, Q, Vice-President 1, President 21 History Club ffl Little Theater 3, 4: Hi-Y 3, 4, Presi- dent 4C Hi-Y Minstrel 3, 4, .Iunior Hi-Y 1, 2, Secretary Q1 Monogram Club 3, 4: Football Team Manager 3, Iunior Varsity Baseball Team Manager 21 .junior Class llresidentg Homeroom Vice-President 1, xllfl'-PI't'SldCllt 2, President 31 Delegate to State Student Council Con- gress 41 Member of Football Program Committee 4. BARBARA SUTHERLAND ROGERS braulr in ll1r'ff1'.1l1 . . . Rvbfrl . . . "Pilrn'.r" , . . red . . . mfr I-li-'li'rm'.v Representative 4: Y-Teens 1, 2, jg, 42 Latin Club 1, 2, Secretary 1: Government Club 4: Little Theater jg: Public Speaking Club 43 Secretary of Homeroom Offices 31 l,A'I'IPAC Club 4. .IO ANN ROLLINS lfnbfqi' . . .4fIllIIl'1' IIIIVXF . . . run' . . . l"r1r'N11'l'llr' .... wrn zeillz "lfr'l10" Glee Club 1, 21 Y-Teens Club 1, 25 Spanish Club 3, 4, Secretary 3: Girls Athletic Association 4. MA'l"l'Ili GORE ROUSE lrilfmzxg . . . f1lIl"Il1'.l'.llllllflllf . . .fmflly lmir . . . cult' Glee Club 1, 2, 3: Hi-'II-II1P.1' Reporter jg: Y-Teens 1, 2, 32 Spanish Club 3, 41 History Club 31 Little Theater 42 Girl Scouts ll Operetta 3: 'l'rip to New York jg. MILLICIENT BOYD ROUSE ".'lI1'llz'r" . . . CllQ1'ff77I . . . qufrl mm' .fIl't'1'I . . . ll-lfllblf' Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, Spanish Club 31 Latin Club 1: LA'r11-Ac Stafln4: Girl Scouts I1EI1QllSl1 Club 2. XVILBUR EARL ROWLAND " Il'indy" . . .fnnllmll .... Ullililllf . . . lair tn clzzrv Manager of Basketball Team 1, QQ Monogram Club 1, 21 Football Team 1, 21 Audio-Visual Club 1, 21 American History Club gg Student Council Representative 1, 2g Ninth Grade Chorus 1. MADELYN SCHREFFLER 'Slivnrf' . . , Ilw new lrmlr . , . Hl,lIiPI' Doll" . . . fllIf'll1'.Yfllllfflflllg Hi-7'imr.r Reporter 43 French Club 3, 41 Secretaryffreasur- er 'gg Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 4: Latin Club 1, 2g Government Club 43 History Club 3Q l.A'1'1PAc: Staff 4, Girl Scouts 3, 43 English Club IQ l1A'l'lPAC Club ig Decorating Committee for -junior-Senior 35 Red Cross Representative 4. EDITH CONYERS SHANKLIN Clyde . . . Connie . . . Cute clothes . . "Corn-ie', Hi-Timer Reporter 4, French Club 3, 45 Y-Teens 3, 4, Latin Club 1, 2, Government Club 45 History Club Vice- President 3, LATIPAC Club 45 Decorating Committee for junior-Senior 3. ANNE WILLIAMS SIMPSON more men .... lV.H.S .... Jhorl 'n' flopfgy . . . nsllllffl National Honor Society 3, 4, Hi-Timer 3, 4, Advertising Staff 3, Exchange Editor 4, Y-Teens 3, 43 Spanish Club 3, 43 Latin Club 2, 3, Office Assistant 41 Little Theater 3, 4, "Riding Down the Skyu Prompter, Homeroom Secre- tary-Treasurer 3. KENNETH AIUDSON SINIITH, AIR. arf? . . . njug Head" . . . claxry clothes . . . jean Allen . . . Snivllze Glee Club 2g Hi-Timex Stall' 3, 4, Cartoonist, French Club 43 Government Club 4, History Club 3, Radio Club 2, The Art Club 3, Psychology Club 45 Member of Stage Crew 3, 43 Science Club tg Sergeant-at-Arms of Homeroom I, Vice-President 2. SARAH ANN SMITHDEAL .Spanish wi: . . . HEMI Eye" . . . Palgfs amiga . . . ll.,'V.C. . . snbbv Glee Club x, 2, 33 Spanish Club 3, 4, History Club 33 Homeroom Treasurer 2, Vice-President 3, LATIPAC Club 4. RICHARD LLEWELLYN SOMMERS "Cap'n Dirk" . . . Alhlele Plux . . . Sarah lllarfha . . . Verxalile . . . Senior President Student Council 2, 3, 4, Representative 2, 4, Viee-Presi- dent 3, National Honor Society 3, 4, Treasurer 3, Band 2, Marshal 4, Spanish Club 3, 45 Latin Club I, 2, Presi- dent 25 History Club 33 Government Club 4: Hi-Y 3, 4, Secretary 43 Hi-Y Minstrel 3, 4, Monogram Club 2, 3, 45 Football Team 1, 2, 3, 4, Captain 4g Basketball Team I, 2, 3, 45 Baseball Team 1, 2, 3, 4, Senior Class President: Homeroom Treasurer 4, All State Football 4, All Southern Football 4. -IOHN FOSTER SPAIN "l7ahr1riy" . . . Claire . . . Audio- Viszzal . . . '4Lnz'ef Boy" Spanish Club 3, Library Assistant 4: Audio-Visual Club l, 2, 3, 4, Sergeant-at-Arms 1, Secretary-Treasurer 2, President 3, 4, English Club 2. ROSELLA STANARD fJPHl'l163'.ll cream mnzplexinn . . . lhal hair . . . Slale . . . Harald . . . CLlSwppdv75 Glee Club lg Hi-'finzes Representative 1, 2, Y-Teens 1, 2, Spanish Club 3, 45 Latin Club 1, 2, Treasurer 1, Secretary 2: Government Club 4, History Club 3, Secretary: Girl Scouts I, 2, President IQ Girls Athletic Association 4' Homeioom Secretary I, Treasurer QQ Upper Class Science Club 4. WILLIAM HAYNES STEVENSON big, big horn . . . hznzlirzg !1lId,h.Vh1'llg . . . band Sergeant-at-Arms of Homeroom 1, Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Music Appreciation Club. 4. 31 SENIOR! L Q-- . t .S'HVl0R.5' DAPHINE STEPHENSON hair Qfgnld, eyer qf blue . . . mirchiezinwr . . . flfdllllf-hPlld . . .hgure Glee Club I, 2, 31 Hi-Timer Representative 32 Y-Teens I, 2, 3, 4, Music Chairman 35 Spanish Club 3, 4, Treasurer 45 Government Club 45 History Club 3, Sergeant-at-Armsg Little Theater 3, 45 Homeroom Secretary 1, 2, 45 Deco- ration Committee for -junior-Senior. ,IACK EDWIN STOUDENMIRE Joyce . . . la!! and dark . . . Ihe .rilerzt qype Government Club 45 History Club 35 Music Appreciation Club 4. SHIRLEY STOUGH nmrefmz! . . . the I6 . . . green lape . . . Stale! . . . tall: and more Ialk French Club 3, 45 Y-Teens 31 Government Club 45 History Club 39 Office Assistant 39 Little Theater 31 Girl Scouts 1, 45 Homeroom President 35 Girls Athletic Association 4. .IOANNE RUTH STRICKLAND Brnughloffx Helen Hqves . . . perxonaligf . . . .fweel 'n' lnvefy . . . "s11rIainlv" Hi-Timex Reporter 31 Latin Club 1, 25 Government Club 41 History Club 3: Little Theater 3, 45 The Golden Mas- quers 3, 45 "Hired Girl" 3g Homeroom Vice-President 4. ROBERT JACKSON STROUPE Bob . . . "junk" . . . Stro-0-upe . . .friendly . . . "Drummer Bqyn Wilmington High School 1, 25 Homeroom President I, Sergeant-at-Arms 25 Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Drum Major 3, 45 Spanish Club 3, 45 Government Club 4, Assistant Speaker of House. ROBERT NEWLAND STYRES "Slinhly" . . . arlist . . . "rlzez'1y" . . . the new . . . Alormgram worker Student Council 4, Chairman of Poster Committee: Spanish Club 4, Chairman of Social Committeeg History Club 32 Hi-Y 45 Hi-Y Minstrel 45 Monogram Club 3, 45 Varsity Football Team 3, 45 The Art Club 35 Homeroom Vice- i5'tQ'Q'fidi3S'P 09 Wie, gooflcl to qs alwbqs 'Remember Wve. Q-l-'2-SS 0597-keg' 4.1019 1, U if 0 BRO ' " N CHARLOTTE VANCE TA OR "Charlie" . . . dry wil. . . .gzlggler . . . allrarlive clothes . . .praxis Glee Club ig Hi-Timer Representative 3, 45 Hi- Timex StalT 45 Y-Teens 2, 3, 45 Spanish Club 3, 45 History Club 35 Little Theater 35 LATIPAC Staff 45 Pyschology Club 45 Member of Social Committee 45 Chairman of Publicity Committee of Y-Teens 35 Junior-Senior Decorating Committee 3. , I thy X.. A X 4 . ,. 'L . Y l J! .1 X I LV K , L " , ' ia ' 1 V ' n f Y, 1 1.1 1 '.f,,': . ,-4 ef . ' , ll HERBERT, os .AR TAXLOR 'A N 'kornri fwlqwlr . . . df!-I'i7?g.3 . . .frfcklfx . . . "0ss1'-car IX4nior Hi-Y 2, 33 Audio-Visual Club 4 2 q 4 . THOMAS ALLEN TAYLOR V "Tnnm1y" . . .hfnolball . . . Smolry . . . laugh . . .kf.7'fF7IdZ1' Government Club 4, Hi-Y 3, 41 Hi-Y Minstrel 3, 4: Audio- Visual Club 43 Monogram Club 43 Football Team 2, 3, 42 Swimming Team 41 English Clubs 31 Public Speaking Club 3, Homeroom Treasurer 1, President 3, Sergeant-an Arms 2, 4. CHARLES ROBERT TERRY Fall .... -inn . . . "CR" . . . good-looking . . . ,Vavh Marshal 3, 4, Latin Club 1, 2: Government Club 4, Sergeant-at-Arms: History Club 33 Hi-Y 3, 41 Junior Hi-Y 1, 21 Hi-Y Minstrel 3, 4, Basketball Team 3, Public Speaking Club 4, President, Homeroom President 3, 4. ROBERT GORDON THOMAS, JR UIJUIIIIICH . . . julie . . . "Cat" can CFD . . . sharp rlolher Glec Club 31 HI'-IIITIVIPJ Representative IQ French Club 2, 3, junior Hi-Y Treasurer 1, 25 Monogram Club 2, 3, 4, Secretary 43 Football Team-Varsity Manager 1, 2, 3, 45 Swimming Team 4, UAll At Sea" 35 The Art Club 1, 25 Home-room Sergeant-at-Arms 3, Golf Team 4, Boy Scouts 1, 2. IRVIN LEE TINGEN "Sh0rgJ" . . . llml hiring: wil! . . . Gl'Y!.li.J .... 1 'qlzfafijy voirzf Glee Club IQ French Club 2, History Club 33 Commercial Club 4. .IESSE RICHARD TIPPETLIR. Dirk . . . 'SYM Hi!" . . . HI'-T. . .gnnrl fl-lllI'.l' . . . drirzingf Student Council 35 Band 1, 2, 3, Latin Club 1, 2g Govern- ment Club 4,-Vice-President Hi-Y 3, 45 Hi-Y Minstrel 3, 41 unior Hi Y 1 2 Homeroom Vice President 1 Treasurei ' 1 i ' f v ' ' 1, 4, Vice-President 23 Boy Scouts 1, Life Scout 24 Order of the Arrow. CAIVIILLE CAROLYN TURNER HCIDVIIIIIFHIN . . . .skating hllCkll'!1VlfS' . . . artist . . ,fluff Band 3, 4, Broughton Glee Club 1, 2, 3g Ili-'lirnfx Reporter 41 History Club 31 IJATIPAC StafTfEditorial 4: Girl Scouts 1, 2, 3: "Gay Nineties Revue" 2, l'All at Sea" 35 Raleigh High School Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4. IRIS TYSON quid . . . '5StinKy" . . .pretty fjvfr . . . nice Glee Club 2, 3: Government Club 4g Commercial Club 45 Raleigh High School Glee Club 2, 35 Mr. Smith's Choral Group 4. l 0 is 5 N li. X. 3 S ti . U E Q. N XJ R' X J o V3 2 sv it SQ 2 si 5ENl0R5 BOBBIE LEE UPCHURCH nzujorzfllr' . . . more mm .... Wm zeilhf . . . jokes' Band 2, 31 Glee Club lj ffl'-IIIHPIIIH' Representative 35 Y-Teens I1 Little 'Theater 3, 45 English Club 45 Opercttas ts, 4: Plays :si 4- -IUDITH ANN UPCHURCH 'gl'ug" . . . Bill . . . "Lillie Htl" . . . Ihr' .wroml .IIIl.f!lIlPf!'Pl' French Club 3, 45 Commercial Club 45 Girl Scouts 15 Hi-L1'ghl.r, Durham, N. C. 1. DORIS MAE VAUGHN lrim .... YII'l'l'f . . . Iflilql' . . . Jilllllflldflll wht: Glee Club 22 Commercial Club 3, 4, Seeretaryg Raleigh High School Glee Club. -IOE NEIL WARD blark lmir . . . r11i.vrhz'fz'o11.x' . . . plqybqy . . .frirndfv . . l"m'1l Band 1, 2, 3, 42 Latin Club 1, 25 Government Club 45 History Club President 35 Homcroom Sergeant-at-Arms 3, President 41 .jolly Boys. .IAMES LAMAR WATERSMIR. "Snow ll'l1ilc" . . . mllin' up . . . lfI'l'4WI . . . !I1I.Yl'hf1'I'0Il.f Latin Club 1, 2, President 1, Sergeant-at-Arms 25 Govern- ment Club President 45 History Club Sergeant-at-Arms 31 Monogram Club 3, 45 Varsity Football Team 3, 45 Alayvees Basketball Team 2: Home-room Vice-President 1, Sergeant-at-Arms 3, President 4. CARROLL WAYLAND WEATHERS, AIR. Hvllkl' l"nrw.rI . . . drbaling . . . Snzaior . . . Black r1m1'Cof11'.s' . . . l fr imul y Student Council 1, 2, Representative To District lNIeeting 2, Chairman Showcase Committee Il Spanish Club 3, 45 Sergeant-at-Arms 41 Latin Club IQ Civics Club IQ History Club 31 Baseball Team-junior 32 Public Speaking.Club 45 President Boy Scouts 1. NORNIAN HILL YVILLEY quiet .... x fm mill: R. If .... mntnr .l'f0H1l"V.3 . . . lfillif Spanish Club 31 Government Club 4g History Club 35 Library Club 31 Arts and Crafts Club 4. GEORGE BURNS WILLIAMS nin' and 1fffI!Tl-Fill . . . Ili-'Ii'mf'.r . . . good worker Glu- Club 1, 25 III-'1d1iIIH'.Y Reporter, Advertising Staff l, 2, Advertising Manager 3, Business Manager 45 French Club 3, 4,7 President 45 Latin Club 1, 25 junior Hi-Y 1, 25 Quill and Scroll 3, 4, Secretary 4: Boy Scouts I, 2, 35 Science Club 4. INIARY ANN WILLIAMS "'l11b" . . . l'v'!'fh'!f'.l' .... s il10l'fflfI!I!l zf'ru'r1'f.1' . . . nnfzzml . . . lhf 7Il'Ill.,l'AfI'lI'fl!I' Glee Club 2, 31 Spanish Club 3, 4: Cominercial Club 43 Raleigh High School Glee Club 2, 3: Glee Club 4. MILLARD MIAL WILLIAMSON ".lli1'hefr" . . . our PIl'.Yl.!fPlIf . . . e'1'r'rvh011f1".1'frifml. . . '4ll"h11" . . . hmhwlhnlf Student Council 3, 4, Sergeant-at-Arms 3, President 4, Chairman of Elections Committee 31 State Student Council 4: District Student Council 35 Spanish Club 3, 4, President 31 Hi-Y 3, 43 Hi-Y Minstrel 3, 4,.lLlI1lOI' Hi-Y 2, Mono- gram Club 3, 4, Basketball Team 3, 4, Co-Captain 4g Basketball -junior Varsity 2, Public Speaking Club 4. SANDRA EUGENIA WILSON ll'1'r1.rIn11-Salf'111 . . . Blond . . . "S1111q'1"' . . . 'KCar0lz'na" l'?1'1'hlf'r Y-Teens 1, 2, 35 Reynolds High 1, 2, 3: Basketball Team 1, 2, 3, Sponsor QQ Girls Athletic Association 1, 2, 3, 4, Homeroom President 2, Treasurer 32 Morning Music Club 1, 25 Boosters Club 35 Soccer 1, 2, 3. SARA ELLEN WILSON Ihr' lfli. . . z'l11.v.r .l'ITI'I'fl1i'V . . . bmah Inf: . . . "Ulm" . . . L'.S'r11'z'e Ihllffl, Student Council 43 Glee Club 1, 2, 31 HZ'-7l.l7IP.Y Staff 4, Y-Teens 3: Latin Club 1, 2, Secretary IQ Government Club, 4: Little Theater 31 Girl Scouts 1, 2, 3, 4, President 2, Treasurer 3, Council Representative 45 "All at Sea" 3. PAUL ROBERTS WINSLOW "l.nnnie"' . . . fall . . . nzanrzgfr . . . 0lIl'!I1'.l'1i'0I'h'l'VIg . . .mfrinzdlv Glee Club I1 Spanish Club 3, 4. President 4: Latin Club 1, 2. Sergeant-at-Arms 2, History Club 33 Hi-Y 41 I-Ii-Y Minstrel 4: Audio-Visual Club 1, 21 Monogram Club 3, 44 Football Manager 2, 3, 4. SARAH FRANCES WOODALL 'Ll1'nor1'all" . . . Ihr 16. . . 'gliiirlf' . . . TI'-11x51 . . . lfnnrlhnhy- mobilf Glee Club IQ French Club 3, 4, Y-Teens 1, 2, Girl Scouts 1, 2, 3, 4, President 1, Vice-President 2, Treasurer 4, Girl's Athletic Association 4g Homeroom Treasurer 4, Home Economics Assistant 4. MARY LILA WOODWARD tlzr 1114. . . hmzh lrzliz . . . Nl!lI'.YlIfI, . . . "Carrlrrz Pros!" Marshal 41 111--VIIPNIIHY Staff 41 Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, Spanish Club 3, 4, Secretary 21 Latin Club 1, 2, Reporter 42 Government Club 4, Clerk of House 41 Ofliee Assistant 41 Girl Scouts 4, Girls Athletic Association President 43 Treasurer ofjunior Class. ANNE JANET WRENN .vrmz zrilh .llurh . . . l1IlI'Fl . . . alzeqvr .m1z'li11,g . . .Af-fl-Plllllhlf Spanish Club 3, 41 The Art Club, Oak Ridge, Tennessee 2, Girls Athletic Association 4. rr ,I . 1 I 12 F .S'fNl0R.S' ALICE MAE YOUNG thi' 16. . . bmclz lrip . . . arf? . . . 'fjuxl a lad bil" . . . Ilia! giggle! Glee Club 2, 3: Hi-'linim' Staff 41 Y-Teens lg Latin Club 1, 22 Government Club 4: History Club 'gg Library As- sistant 4g Girls Scouts I, 2, jg, 4, Council Representative 3, Vice-President 2, Secretary 4, "All At Sea" 3g The Art Club 31 Girls Athletic Assoeiation 4: Homeroom Secretary gg Raleigh High Glee Club 2, gg State College Summer Chorus 3. ANN RIVES ZAPPA l:Yl'lfI.Y,lP.Y . . . "flap" . . . Ihr 16. . . bwurli trifi .... N".II..S'. National Honor Society 4g Ili'-'li'nu'x Reporter 41 French Club 3, 4, Vice-President 41 Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 2, Y-Teen Conference 2g Latin Club 1, 2, Treasurer 2, History Club 31 I.A'rlPAc: Editorial and Advertising Staffs 45 Girl Scouts 4, Council Representativeg Knitting Club 41 Civics Club ll Decoration Committee for,junior-Senior, New York Trip 4. PATSY FAYNE ZEIGLER Ihr' 16. . . lnwflyirz' . . . lilflf'fn'I . . . rragyf . . . P. Y-Teens QQ Glee Club 1, 2, 33 Spanish Club 3, 4, Treausrer 43 History Club gg LATIPM: Staff 45 Girl Scouts I, 2, 3, 4, President 33 Sergeant-at-Arms 41 Homeroom OHiees Kg Treasurer. ROBERT LOUIS ZUCKER ",:fkP" . . .friL'na'iv. . . "China Bqgf' .... Sfianixli zulii: IFJ . . . nice Hi-Yimar Reprcsenta ' QQ Hi- 'l'imr.i' Advertising 4: Span- ish ,lub 3, 4, Tre rer 31 I,AT1PAr: Staff Advertising, ub 'peaking i ub 32 Secretary of Homeroom, Vice- e' t 4' f2g c Scouts 1, 2, Patrol Leader. U5- sie.. ,I U IJITH ANN MOSER Mascot sl, , s , ' ' NCLASS QFPICERS. Lqrft fo riglzhi' Pete jenkins, Kenneth Smith, Peggy. Yancey, , Cary Hlolliday, Miss Cogdell, Gertrude Chappell. st' Qt ,' L. ,. r my 44- - P .wmfole cms: 0F 1949 The Junior Class began its successful year by electing Kenneth Smith for its president, Pete Jenkins lor vice-president. Peggy Yancey for secretary, Cary Holliday for sergeant-at-arms, and Gertrude Chappell for treasurer. As one ol' their projects for the year, the juniors sold refreshments during all the basketball games. The proceeds from this project went into the class treasury to be used for the annual .Iunior-Senior Prom, which is given each year to the Seniors by the .Iunior Class. lklarshals from the .Iunior Class this year were Virginia Clayton, Patricia Alphin, Alex lVilson, and Lyman Kiser. Several -juniors were chosen for membership in the National Honor Society, Those chosen were Kenneth Smith, Peggy Yancy, Anne Rothgeb, Jackie Clarkson, Patricia Alphin, Vincent Anderson, Bob Conelly, Ann lX4cDonald, and Helen lliillard. Miss Cogdell was the class adviser and due to her fine leadership, untiring ability and understand- ing, the Junior Class has had a very Sllf'C't'SSlllll and outstanding year. 37 , W,' .,Q V1 . A ll ii . x I xi Mill. -J f 'ff 5? - all C l"1'l.il row, lrfl In riglzl: ' ' f ' ' I J A ' x lvlurvixi Auclrvws X MA Eff' P i 'p Allvn if LV' 8 'izx Alpliin ,ji g .Ba I 'zPArn0lcl f f 1 ' all ixlllllll' zmcy Applv ' A ,lp X1 ' 0, Bctsiv Axe iiifl, lMA"': I all ,' f W b V J, 1, wp I' . i.! X YF 21 l ic Bailey 'D PL iciu Carter fvlllllllll ci21l'l.t'I' lon clklllilli' .Ruth Champion Czitluwim' Clizipmzm Ge-Iruclc' Cliuppvll :YFFUIII1 rozv: A I may june Bnrkvr ,Vw 'Q ' 'Ni v + ' la f Y' is-f ' w fi ' , S A, j P, , 1 sul' .' QI s rf' - ' Do 'nic Bzlisv on-l l3lz1ckz1rcl l fy ' Qrliura -lane Buchanan N , , arlizlrzi Bullurdvf- ,' ' B' 'barn Burtg ' J ' ' ' 'x' r ,yHll'gllg'I lluych' 1 jr ' zzrlh row! V5 Dail Cluriclgc leg, 'gr Virginia Clayton - luckiv Clzirkson fp Donald Cozllcs I-7-rm Rolwrl Connolly Q9-yy, Rolim lmirzicl l"rzmkin- M. C1'z1lm'00 op . 38 Q, .. X "I+-if - f-34 JJ!-' Ffrxf rnzzu' Bruce Crater Margaret Crawford Claire Davis Patsy Davis Howell DeBerry Donald Desern George Doster Third row: Thad Eure Archie Fairley Pamela Fleming .john Fletcher Daphne Franklin Mary Fuller Patsy Gattis .za 0-I .Srrnnfl four: Robert Duncan Patricia Eherhart Betty Eatman -Ianet Edwards .lean Edwards Leon Edwards Dayton Estes Ifflllliffl rnzu: Peggy Geanes James Gill Toby Goodman Freddye Greene Mary Huneycutt L. NV. Humphreys Virginia Hudson fb Wi? 129 JONl0R.S' Q Jr WC". X . 5 I N limb! X XII . - .ww 94 liz 1 '- l 'N ,fil l .I li R c V I. Q ', li' li in' li,-HT 1' 3.1. Y-ffl I ll f if f K4 jf XJ ' '21 wt I Q if RS' Fm! ruw: . Laura Holoman Cary Holliday Phyllis Hurst lack Hincs Bcttic Gcnf: Hines Iaincs Hilton l,c21h Hendrix 'I illirzl ruzlu' Pclc' -jenkins liurlmrzx llolmson liclgar .lolmson Ivan -johnson Philip .johnson Rolncrl loncs Seforzzl raw: Rebecca Haynes Ann Hartzog janet Harris Alan Harris Barbara Harrell Blanch Hartman Calvin Holland Irllllffll row: Lyman Kiscr Robert Kost Cecil Lam- Ralph l.ilc's Wllslry l,ccll'orcl Nancy Lcc' J Dawson Kelly Barbara Mallnrcl ' yy! J if li X - '- " . X oiiiil J' j ' I. h ' 4. in , , f in I, 'fffy 7306, f MQ ,K-0'.44fynft,.os.f W4lV,, I 'bf' Cf-'0'l"4' F irst row: George Marsh John McAllister Anne McDonald Bo McEachern Pat McLean Anne Merriman Celia Middleton X , J". 1 . 1. ,jf 43' I f '4 ' I I I I I Second fowl' Anne Moore Nancy Murray Walter Noneman N aincy Overton Betty Lou Pace Frances Park Lewis Parham Third row: Secunda Parker Jeannette Poole Stanley Potter Donald Pigg Lewis Powell Ann Pruitt Clara Ray Fourth row: Anne Rothgeb Richard Rhodes Doris Robinson Mary Robinson Mary Frances Ruggles Tessie Russos Howard Satterfield Fjth row: Durian Swaffar Robin Singleton Kenneth Smith Suzzane Smith Bettie Ruth Springle JONl0R5 ' -, ' 'l if of ul A !l',. 1 I 4 i .. . , u ' f lui ,ll 'K ' J' I . , . ' . 1 . 41. I l 5 0 Z ' ' Q nl I ,, 1, 'X J Q: 7 X 2 'X .-Li. ' 1 ' ' , , , f , x A , '- - 2 , 1" , ya' f' ij., ' , mruuv K . f , ,A ,.- ,,, 45. lf ll if ' . l yd if fx. I x f l :Qi A ll X K 2 J X f c f T K f gf C. ii 1 Q 1 J A ja 9545 bu. a VA H ., f S' ,. 1' ae -e X , V, . lyk'-1 f l f " - . .1 ll Nl 0 Rs o ,WZ e M IM' ,f-M f +7 ., fr 91.5115 ff,U-'1 bf? 2 'Y' X." 'ff-1214-L "'f4'4 "city bzzff V4 ' '-Qfffjoc MJ- 57, I'Tr.s'l rnzv: .S'fru11zl row: W!LJ.,v,4! Thin! row: Lucy Staton Thoinas Steele Richard Slienger Aloma Thomas Clarence Tillery Howard Twiggs Ilomer Upchurch ,'s. . 'A i Ann YVarner Mary Watson Alex N'Vilson Patricia Wfeeins Charles Wfhite Marian NVhiIenei' Kenneth XVoodrufT ' Helen XVillarcl if G. M. Wlooten Peggy Ya eeyfo' XVillia1n W'riqht Grace W J , 'Zo ff N " x 4 QW? - 1 V l,.: 42 f ,X as S . ist 'Ag' ,U V.. wfg my - 'ix RQMW' iv' wisszifz-xiii SEM? M-" 7351. we., uk wx T331 . X w m , .,., 'L' ' ' rxr-:Mi AM, ,- A ' ' 5 .J L. -. mga. ' :N , ' , . , 1 34 ,' - fs .MK . A 2 Fw: si 5 ,W 5' an 1 ,,.,.-.L . Hr .' ,ff . " E' 'Y i- U'..', 'L' X "W ,- , Q 5 W , , My 'I mQms1w,wgs:.t,p.'Af Lg- V 'WNW MW A ,,,Qh,.,M N? W, GQ H .. A - V ,.,,,,, w,,Ak:..f1':-rvw.u..,, 5 1 gy?-N..- b.,w..M... 5' -fw ., ,.. 1 k " k. L.. ,gy Nwyj, 5 CLASS Ol"l"lCIlCRS, l.4'fllnr11ql1!.' BuImWiIliz11usm1, Shirlcy HuIwl,.li1mny I4llSSiIi'l', Mrs, fllzlytun, Invkia- Stu-rl, Sleippvx' NI2IC'xlilIJlIl. 50Pfi0MORf 611455 0F 1949 ml-man N1.-XfINfIl,I,.XN. . . . . ,Pnamlwzzf Hun Wu I Ixusux. . , 'nv'-l'm'1'flmf 'wall-1 S'l'l".l'IlJ, . . , ..S'mrlaz1' Smmlm' II.-um lmm' l,.fXSSl'l'liR Mus. ffI,XY'l'UN I' li" 4 V v,, ,lx v ! I I sw X K L' I5 gf I' 'f !-1 ,. 1. Ya' ,, ,,.C , vw, x!A f T NL l 51' m 4 Ll XLIII 7- lfx 5 VU vm 1 i . . 'I AI'l'fI.YIIV'f'I gmlil-111-11' rm . ..'lfjI'1,H'I ff QQ .S'0Pff0MORf5 Fin! row, lqff lo fligllff Graham Anderson Gene Austin Eddie Avent Marion Bailey Theodore Ballenger Karl Barkley LaVerne Bagley Tlzirrl row: Loraine Carroll Norwood Carroll Dianthia Carter Lynn Caviness lean Chambers Ann Clement Charlotte Clements Second row: K Page Beale .Iohn Bloxton i Fred Bost Carolyn Briggs Barbara Brown Ted Brown Betty Campen Fourlfz row: Linda Clements Rachel COHiey john Collier .XVade Cooper Martha Cope Ann Croom Mary Culbreth I I 0 nts., . 'NV'-r .i L lg , A l . fig' Y l'lI'I'.Sf rnzfu' 5 .. -X.. john Dania-ls Patsy Daniels Richard Dashvr Patricia Dowcll Bc'tly.I2u1c' Drcnnan Iunc' Driver ' Bustvr Dukc Tlzird rnzv: Fran Grccn Shirley Halmel Pc-ggy Haithcock julia Ann Harrill Rolx-rt Higginlvothznn Kvn H incs Andrew Hinton "l ,Qi 2'lx is 4 3 X13 :rx '- --M. N l 46 Sl'f'0!lIf rnzv: Mary Elizalmctli Dukc' Margaret Duncan Tonnny Dunlap Mary Forrest Donald Gargis Frank Day Roy Gift Fozzrllz row: Monty Houldcr Bobby Hollis Billy l-loloinan Peggy Holt Bob Hook Barbara ulanicsi Blair Jenkins i.S'0Pfl0MORE.S' 7 r"f" ' -F " , ,V . ..f X I 'X lm". 'llllw uyv- kfr- ' 1 fi c ,i 'PMQX D fi. 1. ,ga Y, I A lv -.f-.-gA'q,vV- 1 .543-1 'A O Q F, Q . , fp ! I W Z . E 3414! -4f"',76L-5414! Lf-va? ..1f.n! 467511-Clif of'-'C'-4.16--4 'C"' 44' 'fvf giggle!! . - 3 - !fL1Zk24, it .S'0Pff0MORE.S' Ffrrl row: Pefliqy -Iones Virginia Kiine Thelma King Eleanor Lancaster Frances Lancaster Faith Lassiter E I James Lassiter ' 1 Thin! row: Mildred MCMillan Skipper MacMillan Patsy Mills Eleanor Moose Edward Morgan Gene Moring Melissa Morse I ,. ,,,,, 'V' 5-' :M 511 1 ,VQQOW Nj' ,i.- Qfgxnv ,fEJiQQfl ' ' 4, ' ' J 2, ' . 'f 'x ""' . mnrlroa LA 1 .wb Ciaaa-fa I Billy Lee - 'J .Ioyce Ann Lewis alliliza beth Lynn -4"L..LL . S 4 f Lgffb' ggi, ai rEet ner T' L It iqnes McCulloch ,. . Bob McDonald Fourlh row: ' Nell Newell . Betsy Nipper jean Norton -lean Parker Jack Parker Sue Pearce Jack Peatross .at i 47 ' n ---"J D. ,, ' , 7 r v Q Firrl fl1If'.' Barbara Perry Dot Powell Bess Peeler Roy Pitts Ed Pizer Erie Potter Mary Ann Powell Third rnztz' .lane Savage Nancy Sanderson Sylvia Satisky Kathryn Sexton Barbara Sharp Martha Snow uloyee Sparger .S'rm11fl mze: Becky Powers George Pressly Reynolds Price Tonuny Prickett Rose Marie Pruitt lack Reams Herbert Ridgeway Fourllz row: Evelyn Spencer -lean Spivey -lohn Sprinkle ,Nannette Starling' .Iaekie Steed Ann Stephenson John Stephenson .YOPfl0MORf5 W I . m,.,,, . ,, f A Y V by wr he Q gf' - . OJ fi N' I . 50Pli0MORf5 fl' f' 77w'- J, w U f tl , r-10,1 ,fgwp fbfJ,l!,:z--JE1 V A ' 0 V ' I Y 6 I bf In ,- First row: L' iv 4 ' V l Second row: V it M 'nw' H i I Florence Swinclell if ,lfb i Jeannette Weaver :Y "' -' -- ' ' ' David Terry Bob Williamson I Larry Tippett Margaret Williams 3214-'J '5f1. Larry Toney Robert Yoder U I g ' - Ann Trent Hugh Young "JJ Becky Upchurch B t Veazey Kabz' """'7 M jj J 'A 7 5 - W , -cf 'iffy ' K!! 7 W . ' 1 . . j WW M WMM Digit 49 P . OFIFICIERS. Iffl In r12gl1!.' XYoocly 'IillCkC'l'. P211 Elclriclgc. Le-norv Grcifm: Nlary B. .zmnon, .. A,,. .. Hp-.. i iv X ! 'I'Q131111yKr'nnc'Cly', Bu,41'Kclly, f X - fa ' w I 1 vs 'fy R J 1 B X ' ik X u X 1' .1 . 5f3e .ee5ffiQr 14SN class 0F 19249 x J 4 X 2 . V H J 1 . ' 1 - x X .. X X -A4 xi' 4 N D , . XVgmu1Vf 'I'lmx:Klik .f. . IP . N , gl Y PQQ1' E.1.fJRII5liIC. Ng. . .. xx V- l Qi 27 P Q ' .I . X 'w I.ENmzQZ Ci1zyrsr43N. ,i5,N. , . "1 i, 3 'A v Y 9 V N I. Y 1 1 .3 ' f . f X X . X - X 1 ,S e, Q! 'K ' V W - J 1. fj ,L r v - - . 1 'x . F 1 x - . x 1 ' I' ,L ' , 1 xxx 3 X , . tx x N ,. X. b . T fi 3 ' A1 ,X Q. S X N, .iw ' "5 , 3 XX' ,s X X- fi 1 i , R 3 1 5 3 l X ,J xv .X hx I RllY'.N1'I!I'7lf 'l'um1x' KICNNICDY. , . , . . '1I'IYI.XIll'l'I N I'11'f'-l'ras'1'1lw11i Btwn K1iI.I.X'. . , . . ..S'r1',Qn1nl-af-arn1.s' , . . ..S'm'f'la1Qv MISS 51.-X"IlY H. f1ANNUN, . . . . . ..'1!I'I'l-.W'7' .. l .X I 5 50 '7 Q, --Z? 40 -,f,,Qv!' -Aff' ,. -202.-A., E ie, ft.. E , ffl i me E , :2" 2 , h it zzl Efi , :,. A ' It , el i E a .a ,, E' ggi 'z A' ii gr K .8 A in l x w" .wg Q 3 1 ua bp , can if ya A Y' W ' ,, E ' N ' yi li' , ' wi :E1 VVLWW J"E,r .D ii 'inn I ill Milt gf Tyla Q I' 1 J' 'W v V ' L, A . KV ,z- 1, K First rozgfgfl In rigzls ' Haznict Dodd Anderson -Carol A. Bagley Virginia Baise Martha Barber I' I Nancy Ellen Bonner Kedreth Bullard Fourth row: Robert Doster Doris Dazier Pat Eldridge Mary Elkins Joyce Ellen Laura Ervin 144: . .f I f 4 ' I . , j,k- w ."4 Sfmnd row: Nell Brady Eleanor Byrd NINNI 6R'4D6' Joyce Carpenter Mary Chappell Carolyn Clement Catherine Coley Fyftlz row: Anita Fletcher Sara Fuquay Robin Fuller Bobby Gaddy Tfzim' row: .Ioanne Curry Carol Duncan Betty Daniel Patsy Davis Richard Day Roberta Dixon Monroe Evans Gardner f , ,Pl , i +'c4i . N M., Nut" . 1 Y? I f Eiizabeth York Fioyd Q3 H ' 'I F ' ' f Q'E' ff' it, an tl? Q 4 an as V" 'i - ' it 5' l as 1 i 'Q , , H LR: 'y ii V.3 X :fa 3 1 it ig QW .- ig f' I - Y ,J .4 9 X-535 P3 . L M ' ' Nlflfli 616405 6 "X Q NW-X 42,0 9,0 , X X ft Firsl rozz'.aA'Cf 11rl rnzw: ' Thin! row: ff N can fl. Gilliam Lenore Green ' f Mar Anne ohe D ' 1 .1 Y ' ' J - Sandra -lane Got- jj 4 ' Betty Johansen Ann Howell Jones J ,J ., Billy Goodman 'fi'cd"9"'-'Elizalietli Hamilton Dorothy Anne -jones fix 5.3 - Nancy Greene ' "i ., -"' ,J Hazel Herring Ernest E. Jordan X' V3 Suzanne Gillon -' Bett Hicks Paul Kelly x ' Q Y r N Arlene Griset If -, Millard Daniel Hill, Fominy Kennedy , ig Q - Q ' 4 ' , Fouilfz fbw: Ffflh row: , I X Ethel King Helen Maynard Q' 'Barbara Kenny ,U Jo Ann Meaehein , J' Betty Lee 1' X. .l Shirley Merriman I Sally Lyggn Lotns ' 1'- K Louisar orqecai .' - John 'Martina . 1 5 . 52 Lillian Middleton Jackie Moore Warren Morrisette M"Qf'1WW WNW if ,frfw 5 'HPV .W+f'bMD,,,.4 Jw-04 1 all WM 'LJPQA7 I A gg, ' 'E" 1 I lx! M W ' Q3 . 1 W' z 1 ' 'J . . Q - A 1 he sg: H ,:-' , A l X f 0 af, i?'? ,,,,E H rr a i , r A P N A . . - -NV? - A - M Y ,Obama naar, . , -sf-4:.L4zz'E,4 -fan' -J ' F17'Xf row: Seronfl row: hzrirow: ' Virginia Mumford Barbara Poole ' A Sh Q ' I Marian Myers Phyllis Poole B?1 W'inkey Nelson Jo Ann Powell Palsy Paulson Marion Lois Prescott ' P gy ' U. z H 2: Heath Pemberton jean Robinson A' z tans Jury 'J Linda Piland l Clyde Robinson -Icrr . Fourth row: ' Fjtfz ro lazy ,705 wa, , ll- I .rf V' I' Betsygywain - Peggy Sugs ean Weeins K r .1 . Shirley White xa4""-4 , ' ' BillyfTerrell Sarah Whitier f , ' Huldah Ruth Turner Warren Wfillard P I' A 'P . 'Eloise Taylor Wfalclrop Olive WVorth A is lNIarianna XValker john YVray I ,' Q' jane Yarborough . P, 3 : 1 'l' f j u at ' u ' l -.AH -4 V - N ' 53 X N OFFICERS. Lqfl to right: Shirley Hodges, Mrs. Banks, Rita Satisky, Gregg Poole, Louise Clark, jack Frazclle. S08-FRfSfM'lv4N 611455 0F 1949 Imzx F1mzm.1.E .... . , . .I'rf.vifIfnt RI'l'.k S.-xT1sm'. . . . ..,... Trfaxzzrer Louisa CLARK .... . . .V1'r'f-Pre.s'1'rlml CEREGG POOLE ........ Snlgezlfzt-at-flrllzs SHIRLEY HUDGE ..., .... . Yrfrelafy MRS. BANKS ..... . . .Adviser 54 of LLL! 6, ' ' ox 'N Q 'W ' t I J 8? clerk Olaf ' 22 L on fly fy ': , t ' if is N f ,X A Q 4' Ig LKMAIQQ .V M' ' W. W J S B J in uaub .LAA is . 5 f' A 5 56,5 Toi Zac-fr Q at " l so NIV 5 ' 'inc iff' ini? iff, ,M te L if if L, A Ah fn Firrt row, lift lo rfglzl: Sefoml row: Kent Booker Nell Bowling Dorothy jean Bryan Judith Campen Peggy Carlton Frances Andrews Elizabeth Arthur Lawrence Aydlett, Jr. Harriette Anne Barham Edward K. Bell FOIITIII row: Benjamin Harvey Henson Bobbie Lou Horton Shirley jones Sylvia Register David Schreffler .' f Third row: , Nelda Clements Alice Cooper . Adelaide Daniels if -, A Jack Howard Frazelle ' " ' Patsy George F jill row: Jeanne Schween - Bradley Small Bobby Smith Jane Sommers Betty Stephenson Jack Williams 503-FRESHMEN W-' ,rg i .'., " W Wm S xx 5 A I 41, W QQ, ff"xfT'V AA ' Jun! 'ef is M 4 5,9 9, M L., A mfg V :.a.,w: SYM 1. , xfvii , Q V WJ ,N , M4569 ,1 ff? .42 " 35 4 A W fi., .. .rl f -11 , - f A s ' : I v Q I 1 on xg ,Qs if ,Q n if Wa af' ,H 4 ae s if 1 2 w Q, uw AQ sy 3253! , S .Y .Q?,x. wx 1. 1x51 , ww 1 if 1 ., - , . l 'X . ,A , 1 ,- . 1 ' 0 . r.. 44...f'4j 'awk ,mf V lx. ' my 'UQ' OFFICERS. l71'1'.sXli1'nzl'. Iqffl In 1 ilbamson Margaret Easterling, Smmzl mai: Bob Caudle.I,y1nan iiier. ,lbf L ,f.. , , Al ' DJ' l ,,,.t,N- llvl llt.-ll" 'A' F Nl' sf ,fir ' l l llll UI. 3'lVODfN7 cowvm I ll In the year 1929, the Needham Broughton Student Cooperative Association was organized with a Student Council to assume leadership. The constituents of the Council with voting power are: til otlicers: president, vice-president, secretary, sergeant-at-arms, elected by popular vote of the students, and the treasurer, appointed by the adviser ofthe central banking system: C25 a representative elected from each home room: fjgb the chairman of the ten standing com- mittees who are presiclental appointees. During the meetings of this group, which are held twice monthly, opinions and suggestions from the various home room members are expressed. As the will ol' the student body is always desired. the 1llOSt plausible suggestions made through the Council mein- bers are formulated into plans. The Student Council endeavors to promote student interest in the various phases ol high school lite and encourages all forms of pupil participation in school activities. From the Sfzzdent Hamlimok 57 , v Y' ,J Y ,. v , f I, 'Ev ,K v -X f- 5 ff H !f l 2 Yii4 A , 'E' fi . 5 "' ' 1- 'Q - - s ,-nu., rw.: K If x.v 'lf' A I f .Qu L, f L-nu . F3 war Q, 4 . fa' -y W . - ' "".. ,,,f ai 4 -' 8 O ,N , f Q 'QQ .,T'WwA"" , , 'jig' Q35 . .4012 ff 1" g z? svH':fHQ 1 ' 9 4 ' A - 12- iw 'L - ' s f ff f? is x "" I ff gs 3 -E S 'QE Try-il Y? I N WSJ 1.1 T1 i ml-4 22 K v.. . ,W . ' gs 0? r, Qfw .YNIDEWT C'0l!NC'lZ REPRE5EN7'v47lVf.9 Patricia Alphin, 212 Catherine Bikle, 320 Ethel Bonner, 320 Nlarilyn Bridges, 101 Alma Brigman, 320 Peggy Carlton, 216 Bob Candle, 318 john Candle, 201 -jerry Caviness, 318 Mary Chappel, 108 Ma1'tha Cope, 204 Dora Ann Cooper, 318 Margaret Duncan, 205 John Duncan, 318 -Iuliet Fulghum, 316 Patsy Gattis, 308 Ham Godwin, 316 Lenore Green, IO4 Shirley Hodge, 203 Calvin Holancl, II2 Bobby Hook, 206 Virginia Hudson, 112 Donald Kieth, 214 Virginia Kime, 201 Lyman Kiser, 216 Elsie Macon, 312 59 Helen Nlaynard, 102 Ann McDonald, 225 Carol Moore, 312 ,lean Norton, 208 Dot Powell, 209 I"rc:rl P11-scott, 309 Rita Satisky, 107 Kenneth Smith, 306 -Iimmy Stanford, IO5 Jackie Steed, QI I Bobby Styres, 315 Herman Taylor, 210 Dare White, lO6 lfiml mug fr!! In llifflff hirs. I,arh1. .Xnn Rothgch, l'4-ggy Yanccy, .Ioan Bishop. .S'1'm11rlz'r11r'.' Pat .'Xipl1in,-Izlckia' Clark- son. Kiutlwrim' lliklr-. 'l frinl 1nz1'.' Ann Zappa, Mary Scott Dani:-ls, Anno Simpson, Virginia Moxw-1'y. 1911111111 :nun l'loiw I"rc-ty I"il Fr- 1" -k' -' - ' '- ' A " ' ' ' ' ' ' ., 1 KK in son, than Dmnny, Dom Ann Loopci, Sfunxny .Irwin llohneon. Afllllllllllgf Ixi-nnc-th Smith lohn O. Davis, David Robinson, Myron Banks. lVv47l0Nv4Z li0NOR 5061677 Scholzlrship Lczlclcrsliip Scrvicc' Christian ffl1z11':1c'u'1' Pzllricizi Alphin. 'Incquclyn Cllurkson, Ann Rolhgch, Kcnnclh Smith, Pcgggy YunCc'y,.Iom1 Bishop john Davis. Pnl I"rc'clrikson, Annv Simpson, Anno Zappa, Myron Banks, i52lYiCi Rohinson, Dick SUIIIIIICVS, Clzilhcrinc' Biklv, Doral Annc- Coopcr, Mary Scott l32lIliCi,.lC2lI1 Donny. Eloise' Frclz, Sillllllly van llohnson, Virginia Mowcry. l',li-vu-cl Holm Clone-Hy, Annm- iX1CiJUI12liCi, Hi-lvn XX'illzn'cl. 60 in lhf- spring: x'iI'Qil1i2l Gilliznn, Sara Mzlrlhzi Nvwlon. IN1:n'y XYoochmrcl. Yinvvnl Anclcrson, Ilireclnr Millard P. Burt Color GZlllfd.l' Ronald lN4c Kinney Ralph Grady Billy Dozier Francis Edwards Harry Forbes Drum Alajors Norman Goldin Bob Stroupe Dick Beach lllajonfltrr -Icannie Lynn Grace Wyatt Bettie Gene Hines Elsie Branch Flutes Lloyd Bostian Lee Bostian Camille Turner 0 bows David Bagwell Carolyn Clement C'larz'nz't.v Cary Holliday Myron Banks Gerry Wall Bobby Jones Huldah Ruth Turner Susie Carter Bess Peeler Roy Denkins Marian Prescott BAND B dzfwlwf Bobby Yoder Helen Stokes Ann Glenn R. T. Boykin Aloe Mims A lm C!H7l.71Ff5 jackie Daniel Barbara Perry Bettie Gene Hines Bass Clarinet Helen Charles Durian Swaffar S axoflhonfs George Costa Elsie Branch Archie Fairlcy 'Iohn McAllister Burton Garr jean Galton Bassoon Katherine Branch Trumprlx Billy Williams joe Neil Ward Leon Edwards Tommy Steele Clyde Bryan Jackie Daniel jimmy Huffstetler Oscar Taylor Lee Person Frank Day Billy Ransom Harold Mathews Monty Houlder Howard Mims A-rm Forrf. st Co it Ifrrnrh Horns Dick Beach Jeannie Lynn Grace Wyatt -Ierry Swaffar Edith Chenoweth Trombone: Lonnie Poole Nick Davis Alfred Weinstein Eddie Avent jimmy Davis Scotty Singleton Ronald Buchanan Barz't0m'.r Bill King Bill Hobbs John Fletcher IgH.Y.l'fJ Pete jenkins -I. B. Bergeron Guilford Boykin Bill Stevenson Bedford Mosely Drumx Charles White Bob Stroupe Bob Hook Roy Gift Bill Collier T. A. Barber jerry Slaunwhite Tommy Prickett 7195 6155 N03 Needham Broughton High School's I948-I949lGlCC Club of eighty-five members under the di- rection of Mrs. Kenneth Hite, has had a successful season. 'K The officers elected were john O. Davis, president: Skipper MacMillan, vice-president: ,Iern Spivey, secretaryg Anne Rothgeb, treasurer: Margaret Duncan, reporterg Jimmy Gill, sergeant-ab arms. The accompanists were Fran Green and .lean Spivey. In the fall the Glee Club, with the help of the dramatics department, produced a Geoffrey 0'Hara operetta entitled, "Riding Down the Sky." They also presented the Christmas program at assembly and at a Parent-Teacher Association meeting. In the spring, the department entered the State Music Festival. They also gave two assembly pro- grams, followed by the Annual Spring concert. They sent groups to Meredith and Greensboro. 62 Mv4R5'flfll.S' Lqfl tn rzlghl: Miss Nancy Burge, Virginia Mowery, Virginia Clayton, Patricia Alphin, Sarah Martha Newton, Mary Vloodard, Alec Wilson, Lyman Kiser, Bob Terry. 0FflC'f 45'5'l57'fIN75f M 1'3'0IIl row, lfjfl In rfghl: Evelyn Spencer, Nancv Overton, Ann Pruitt Anne Simpson Sammy lean h ,Io nson, Jeannie Lynn, Dail Claridge, Claire Davis, Gertrude Chappell, Virginia Clayton, Betty Lou Pace, Julia jones, Catherine Bikle. Second row: Frankie Crabtree, Jean Denny, Shirley Stough, Mary Woodward, Sara Wilson, Jane Bashford, Patricia Dowell, Mary Scott Daniels, Elma Nell Berry, jackie Taylor, Carolyn Evans. 'l7zim' row: Ann Kelly, Helen Willard, Mrs. Mahler, Mrs. Sandling, Clara Ray, Jean Edwards, Barbara Harrell, Freddye Greene, Jean John- son, Daphne Franklin, Peggy Yancey. Fourth row: Gene Moring, Mr. Gale, Mr. Eason, Bob Biggs. 63 lil-7111155 STAFF ,,f'r'! .3 .mari .. ,Y 7"i , . l"ir.rl rnze, lfffl In llilfllff Nladelyn Schreflnler, Ethel Bonner, Pat Weens, Frankie NT. Grabtree, lWar- garet Crawford, Pat Bberhart, Pat Fredreiekson, Anne Simpson, ,Ioan Bishop, Eloise Fretz, George Williams, Ham Godwin, Pat Gaviness, Elsie Mac'on, Julia jones, Srmmf row: ,lean NleGhee, Anne Clark, Betty Bryan, Sara Wilson, Alice Mae Young, Nancy Overton, -lean Edwards, Bar- bara l'larrell, -laekie Clarkson, Anne Nlcllonald, -lean johnson, Claire Davis, Catherine Bikle, -lean Denny. 'Hzinl row: Barbara Rogers, Jeanette Bull, Nlary Woodward, ,Iulianne Brown, Mary l"orrest. .Xnn Zappa, -lane Savage, Evelyn Spencer, .Ianiee Bishop, Gatherine Chapman, llarriet Anne Barham, lvlary Hunneyeutt, Billy Crocker, Mial Williamson,,Iuliet Fulghum. 1"mn'fh rnzn: Connie Shanklin, .Ierry Gaviness, lVIyron Banks, Fred Prescott, Bobby Zucker, Alan Gordon, Sammy -lean -lohnson, Anne Kelly, Virginia Mowery, Louise George, Ledair Hurst, .jane Lilly, Dot jones, David Evans. Through the leadership ofthe editor, llloise l"retz, the 1114-TTHIFX finished a SllCCCSSlil1l year. XVith Pat lllberhart, managing edi- tor, ,Ioan Bishop, feature editorg Pat Claviness, sports editor, XVhitey Gor- don, advertising managerg Ham God- win, circulation inanagferg and George XVilliams, manager, Eloise has put out a school paper which has a wide cover- age of news. Each Thursday afternoon a staff meeting is held in Room 317, when assignments are given out and "Classy Clicks" are elected. The paper is printed this year at Theo Davis Sons in Zebulon. The change of printers gives more pages per issue and more pictures. Front rum, lgft I0 rilglzl: Alan Gordon, Pat Ebel' hart, Eloise Fretz, -Ioan Bishop, Hrmlc row George Williams, UI-lam" Godwin, Pat Caviness 64 fll-TIMES' REPRFSENTATIVES Alec Wilson Sue Sorrell Betty Hicks Dora Anne Cooper Charlotte Taylor Anne Rothgeb Patsy Daniels Anne Hartzog Evelyn Spencer Bobby McDonald Billy Moxley Donald Gargis Jack Frazelle Eugene Rabey George johnson Sonny Turlington Frances Estes Patsy Paulson Killian Middleton Anita Fletcher Robin Conrad 65 Marvin Andrevsis Myron Banks Pete Jenkins Ham Godwin George Pressly Fred Prescott Richard Lassiter john Desern Chris Coley Graham Anderson FIRST PfRl0D 6'00ERNMfN7 HUB l'I7Xf7Hfl',llfffVVll1f!lf.' ,XIIII SllllIJYUlI, .Iulm lJllIlL'2lIl, llcmlx Slruupv, Mary NVl1llllXN'2ll'Cl.llvllllllllf' .XSlN'I'illll, llnm Uurlwiu. lluplnim- Str-pl1r'llSHI1. l'rf1lPl15' NURS. .X'ffw1fl1mr.' 4lK'2ll1l1l1' Lynn, .xllll livlly, Virginia lx1UXX'l'l'y, lflsic' lxlilL'Ul1,.lIlll1' Lilly, lflrrisv l'.l'K'I7,-IUHII liislump, Rnsvllzl Slilllillll. Iris l,l'llKli'I'Ql'ilIJll, llmfl 1nzr': liclcliv .Xskc'w. Mm' fTzll11plu'll, Cinn- nif- Slmnklin, Nlgulrlyn Svl1rc'll'lm'. llvtsy Phillips, Hill SU'X'l'llSUIl. NKll'Ill2ll1 lVilly, livrzllcl llvxmvl, X'll'QllllEl liiclmralsmm, llllllil livrry. l"?f-- Q5 it 4 Mu! 4, U , X, N .. P ig 'W"'i-.... .S'fCOND PERIUD 60VfRNML'N7 C' UB lfnxfzrm'.fffllvrr1gf1l.' lllllllllllf' lJll'l'it'llS,.lfJ.xlN1l'Sll'll'lil8l14l, Rod l,UIli',.llII1lllY XN'at01'S,.I11lic't l'llIVlQlllllI1, Harold Rhmlvs .Xunv Hunts. Sf'1IN1fl7HII'.' lltlwl HUIllI1'l'. .lulia Almws. .Xlma Hriqman. l,o11isc' Clvurgv. Clara H01'ry, Mildlwwl Rhodvs -Icancttc Bull, Patsy .Xmlrcws, Bcity Bishop. 'llzml mzr: Judson Smith, Iris Tyson, Luke l"0rrcsl, Harvey LCC. 66 0UR7'fl 63 flf ff PERIUD 60VEltWM N7 L20 Miss Runnion's three government classes organized themselves into Executive and Legislative Departments similar to those of the Federal Government. The first period class composes the House of Representatives: second period, the Cabinetg fourth and fifth period, the Senate. Regular sessions were held daily. The House had committee and news reports, the introduction and discussion of bills, panel discussions, and debates. After bills were passed by the House, they were sent to the Senate where they were again referred to committees. debated, and voted upon. The Cabinet advised the President and aided him in the preparation of his presidential message to Congress. The main project of the classes last fall was the conducting ofa mock political rally and presidential election. The upper classes, civics, history, and study halls were invited to attend the rally. The platforms of the Democratic, Republican, States Rights, and Progressive Parties were presented. After this "Political Education" campaign, an election of the presidential electors was held in the home rooms. Registration and voting by ballot was the plan used. A mock court trial complete with judge, lawyers, and jury was also drainatized. ln the spring the government classes were organized into three departments ofthe Lnited Nations. Panel discussions concerning international problems arising before the U. N. were presented. ln addition to textbook work the students had movies, outside speakers, and debates. Front rnzt-, ltjfl to riglzt: Alice Young, Alice Collier, Shirley Stough, Virginia Gilliam, jane Lloyd, Ann Holt, Ann Clark, Carol Nloore, Carolyn Evans, Margaret Pearson, Catherine Bikle, Barbara Rogers, Jean McGee, Barbara Eacho, Sara NVilson. linrk mze: ,jack Stoudenmire, Elton Adams, Aloe Ward, Dick Beach, Myron Banks, Pat Caviness, Dick Tippet, Cecil Lane, .john Pierce. Richard Lassiter, Henry Lewis, David Evans, Bob Terry, Fred Prescott, Al Boone, Eugene Pearson, Bobby lNIarshall. 67 6'0V5RNMEN7' 61145555 lilnrkuwl, Nm-lg llzxvis. Billy: llulmzm, lirtlyg liurc-, Tllzul: Uargis, Donalclg ClrcL'm', lfrc-clmlyvg Hairston, l'c-lvrg llinva. lurk: llulliclzly, cl1ll'Y,.lI'.1 Ilull'su'llc'r,llimmicg l,rcll'urrl, NVQ-slvyg lNl2ll'SlllJlllAll, Rolvcrt ll.: Mr.Xllislc-r.ululmz lXlcEm'l1v1'l1, ling N4-wlcm, Cllvnn: Rowlzxml, liurlg XVilscm. ,Xlr-xg YVo0clruflF, Kvnnrlll. lfizxl mug lwfl In rflglzl: Kim Hurllalman. l'Vuocl SIIN'lllllI'Sl, Donnir Haisv, Put Alpllin, Lyman Kisvr, Nfary HllllK'y'l'llII, .SIl'1'IIlHlIHIl','- Miss Clurln-ll, Lralx Hr-mlrix. Ruse' Poolc. 'I hinl l'IlIi'.' l'alnc'la Flcming, .Xloma 'l'l1mnas, Szmclra YVils0n, liurlxuru liullzxrcl, Pvggy firmly. l'lIIIl'flI I'UII'.' WValIc'r Noncman, .-Xnnc' lx1l'l'l'lIH2lll, Patsy llavis, Mary 'lam' Bailey, Nancy .-Xpplv, Mary W'ats0n, Marion lvlliUlCl', Gil Barker. l"g'ftl1 mzv: NVillard W'ynm', Brucc Crater, Jack Harvin, jesse Black. 68 I-'IRS7 YEAR FRENL' CZUB 1"Il'.Xf mir, ly!! In l'IiLflIf.' Rose' Pruitt, Sylvia Staisky, .Ivan Eclwarcls, Nanry Ovvrton, Bi-cky l'uw:-rs, XVyinic Norinun, Marllizi Cnpc, Laura Hnlonlan, Kitty P00143 lXIa1'ga1'c't CIi'awfni'cl. Pal l71'c1li'ikSvii, livlsy Nippvr, lzilQ'2llktI0llI1QOIl. .S'wf:mrl znzw: .Iavkiv Clzirksoii, Bcity Eatinan. QI:-an Galtnn, l'vggy Robertson. Bcity Pau-, Nancy lN1in'ray, Palsy Davis, Elnisi- l"i'4'tvi. liclsy Phillips, Patsy Gattis, l"i'c'clflyC fiI'l'CIN', lXl1's. liaclll.-Iz'i'1'y CIzivc'1ir'ss. ifflliltf rnzfx' Bzii'lxzi1'z1 .-Xiiclvrsmi, l"i'ziiin'm's l42illL'2lSlL'l', Thvlina King, P4'gg'y Hziitlicovk, Gcnrgr- Marsh, G. M. XN'wotm-ii. liclwzirml l'iz1-ig Bi'nn1-tl lluusv, innnv Pvc-lmlc's, Kiln Biifhaiiiian, Ralili Lilvs, Wbncl Sinvtlinrst. . . I SECOND YEAR FRENCH 6203 NIIQMISHRS: liclflic' Askvw, Joan Bishop, Dora .Xnn Cooper, Nlary Stott Daniel. Graco llozir, Dzipliinc l'lI'2llll'illIl, Yirginiu Gilliam. -Ivan Ginn-i'. Alam- Lilly, liarlxarzi Mallard, Bcity lxll'.'Xlil'Q'.-103.11 lN'lcGlim', Virginia Mowvry. illznu Ray, .Xnnv liOfllQl'll, Howard Sattcrlivlcl, lN1aclc-lyn SClii'c'lllv1', Sliirlvy SlOLlQ'l1,AIlIClY Upcliilrcli, lN1ai'y W'atsun, Ge-ni'g'c XN'illimns. .Xlcx YN'ilsun, .Xnn Zappa, Elsie- lN1aC0n,lI0lin Horton. Anna Ball .-X1'tlnn', Mary-Iam' Bziilvy, lilizalnvlli Bryan, Nancy Cfavcncss. Lnkc l"o1'rc-sl,klvffric Grady, Ann Grccm-, .Xnn Hartzngg Ann Hunts, I.. VV, Huinplirm-ys, lN1zu'y Hnnvy- FIIII, Sarah Hiiiwyciitt, Carolyn Jones, -jimmy liawrc-nu-, Clonnic- Shanklin, Donnic' Thomas. Sarah Wbociall, FIRST YEAR SPANISH C105 5...-.... Q A N 50" 1....,. Q lNll'1MliliRS: Phil Alla-n, Richard Banks, Bcity llam' Burk:-r, -Ion flaucllv, Yirginizi Cllziytcm, Clluirv Davis, ljllllllltl Gaston lm-rry, Rirliard Rliuclcs. Mary l"rz1m'c-s Rugglos, Rohn-rl fliohlwyl Styrvs. CTlm'1'cm'm- lillcry, Rul vrl Nair 1 ' ', .X W'zu'm'r, lN'lzu'garL't ll'c-ggyl Yzilirvy, Yiilrvill .'XI'lLlt'I'SOI'l, I,l'l'SlCll'IllQ Virginia llllKlSOIl,-I2lI'l'i llincs, llonulnl Ciziruis, .Xiiclwxs llinlun, Marvin Amlrvw, .Izuw liasliforfl, Bklllliilxkl Bullard, liolmhic liurrh, ffzltlivrim' Clizipinziii, llziil Cllurimlgc, .Xnm MlI1Jl't',-lllllllly''l'lltlOl', Svvlimla l'zirki'r, Sur' Smith, Palsy Uaittis, Mary X'V2llSUIl,,lUllIl NNll1itz1lu'r, llvlcn XVillzu'cl, llx-nry . , . . , . . lmwis, Cary Musv, Ho h'lt'l'izu'lu'x'i1, 'l'hz1cl llurv, Billilliilil llarrvll, lim-lmc'n'va llziynv. Clary llollicluy, skllll-ll'lll'll'S, l a1ll'lc'ia1 .-Xlphin, Nuvl BlLll'li2ll'il,Al2i111l'S lilzincl, Margaux-l Burch, XVillizun C1zu't:-r, Ucrtrumlc- Cfhzippcll, l,ym1in Rise-r. Hmnvr lma- Irnkins lc-an johnson. Clcwil Lane, Pal Mclxaii, lllizaln-tli lN1uran, ,lll'l'l'y'lll1UlH2:lS. Howard lwiqqs, lxwis Pzirliain. 'Cie-org:-ll5ax'rofl, Mary Raney, Doris Robinson, Archie Fairlcy, Marion X'Vliitc-lim, Billy Ulriqhl. 70 ll:-svrn, Alan llzirris, l,lllllll.IlJllllSUI1, Elf-zimn' liZlIK'2iSIC'l', .-Xnnv lh1l'lJ0ll2ilKl,'ll'lliNt'NN'l45Il, l"rzuu'i-s Pzirk, Harry Pzlrkill, ' ' M 1 X ' lik nn .S'EC'0ND 7541? SPANISH 6103 l"ir.rl I'llIl', 1517 In Ilxlfllff -Iuliette Fulghum, .Iulia Jones, 'Iean Denny, Wynne Norman, Sarah Martha Newton, Catherine B'kl.El.1B ,. 1 ., , ' , ' ' 1 4, tn onnu, latsy Angler, .Xnnt Smithdcal, Anne Simpson, Betty Robertson, Matttcx Gore Rouse. .S'f'fw11l rate: Sammy Jean Johnson, Daphine Stevenson, Charlotte Taylor, Nlargaret Pearson, Jane liloyd, Caroline Heath, Jeanette Bull, Rosella Standard, Joanne Rollins, Nlary Ann Williams, lN1ary Lila Woodward, 'l71lr1irozv: Carroll WV:-ather.s, Bob Stroupe, Richard Muse, "Red" Pope, Mial Williamson, .john Heinrrin, Bobby Zucker, Paul Winslow, Mrs. Ladu, The five sections of the Spanish Club. "Los Amigos." have met this year every Friday lor thirty minutes during the regular class period. The purpose of the club program is to increase interest in and make acquaintance with the traditions and people ofthe Spanish speaking nations, particu- larly ottr neighbors to the south. thus fostering international understanding and good will. Several films on Latin America. reports by students, imaginary "tours" of several countries, and occasional guest speakers have contributed to this understanding. To afford practice in hearing and using Spanish, short plays, games, contests, Spanish recordings. and the learning ol' songs have been important parts ol' the programs. A number ol' students have corresponded with young people in the Spanish speaking countries. Many students have earned the right to btty and wear the Spanish club pin by receiving points for contributions to programs according to a merit system worked out by the club. The climax to the club's activities each year is the annual banquet held in Nlay. 71 FIRST YEAR MUN C103 Motto: I'ol1v1z11I quia pour vizlentur Bagley, Carol Barber, Martha Bell, Billie Bonner, Ellen Bridgers, Marilyn Bullard, Kedreth Byrd, Eleanor Caviness, Verne Chamblee, Royster Coley, Catherine Crowson, Christopher Day, Richard Dixon, Roberta Duncan, Carol Ervin, Laura Fleming, Pamela Fuller, Robin Gillam, .lean Goe, Sandra Grice, Nelson Hamilton, Elizabeth Hansen, Betty Jo Hays, Susan Herring, Hazel Hill, Millard Hines, Ken Holloman, Bill Hunter, Carolyn jones, Dot Jones, Peggy jordan, Walter Kennedy, Tommy Kinney, Barbara Leagans, -Iohn Maynard, Helen Mathews, Kathleen Meacham, Jo Ann Middleton, Killian Moore, Jackie Mordecai, Louisa Myers, Marion Norton, jean Paulson, Patsy Prescott, Marion Robinson, Clyde Robinson, .lean Russ, Billy Shaw, Anne Smith, Betty Smith, Drew Stansbury, Zelda Stephenson, Decosta Swaffar, jerlin Turner, Huldah White, Thomas Whittier, Sally Winchester, George Worth, Olive Yarborough, jane The Latin Club was composed of three first-year sections and three second-year sections which met one day each week during the class period, The purpose of the Club was to acquaint the student with the Roman legends, divinities, and various phases of Roman life. The members took just 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, in Miss Strother's. Bobby Duncan was appointed head librarian and he 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. 72 sfcofw mm mmf Bagley, LaVerne Bailey, Marion Ballanger, Theodore Barkley, Karl Bost, Fred Brown, Barbara Carter, Diantha Caviness, Lynn' P Chambers, je rfl Champion, R th lfqz 'I Lf lement, Charlotte Clement, Linda Crittenden, Kit room, Ann ulbreth, Mary Daniels, Patsy ay, Frank ixon, Caryl river, June Duncan, Bobby Dunlap, Tommy uson, Diesel leming, Holt orrest, Mary Goodman, Toby Habel, Shirley Hals epftfveda 1 . H3531 , julia Ann I Q V5Ha,fris, Janet r . -' Vi Hartman, Ipit-hch ottom, Bob i ,, , Cggy' , A'i0Ok,BOb' . J. P james, Barbara Jenkins, Blair fimson, Billy vf -Iolls, Kenneth Jones, Bobby Kahn, Bill Lassiter, Faith Lee, Bill Lee, Harvey Lynn, Elizabeth McCulloch, Jimmy McDonald, Bob Mitchiner, Peggy Morse, Melissa Newell, Nell Perry, Barbara Potter, Eric Powell, Dorothy Powell, Mary Ann Pressly George Price, Reynolds Raney, Eugene Reams, jack Ridgeway, Herbert Sanderson, Nancy Savage, Jane Shepard, Lynn Snow, Martha Sparger, Joyce Steed, jackie Steele, Tommy Stephenson, Ann Swindell, Florence Terry, David Tippet, Larry Upchurch, Becky Veazey, Burt Weaver, Jeanette West, Patricia Woodruff, Kenneth Young, Hugh 73 .S'ENl0R Y-TEENS l"ir.xl row, lfjf! ln righi: Charlottt' Taylor, Elsie Macon, Ethcl Bonner, Bobbie' Burch, Barbara Buchanan. Barbara llarrvll, LiMlll'fll Fullt-r, Nancy l,r-c', Margart-t Crawford, Virginia Clayton, Bvttt' Barl-wr, Gcrtrudt' Chappell, Clair:- llavis. Srfnlzrl rmv: Madt-lyn Srlirvflnlvr, Virginia Nlowvry, -Iam' Lilly, Nancy Apple, Nancy Ovcrton, .-Xnnv Moon-, Barbara Mallard, .Ivan Edwards, lfrankit' Crabtrvc, Nancy Murray, Pat Ebt-rhart, Ann Zappa, Virginia Gilliam. "W:-aslt-" Ct-orgt-, Barbara Rogcrs, klvant-ttt' Bull, Alma Brigman, -Ivan McGht't'. 'llzinl mzfu' Connic Shanklin, Margarvt Pvarson, Mary l"ram'c's Rugglrs, Mary tlo Nvlson, Betsy Phillips, plant' Lloyd, Annc Rothgvb, Barbara Ar- nold, l"rt-dtlyc c,ill't'llt', Ht-tty Rolzt-rtson, Cathz-rim' Bild:-, "Mcrt" Rhodcs, Patsy Gattis, Betty l,ou Pact-, Suzannt- Smith, Hrwky Haynes, Wynne- Norman, Anne' Grvc'nm', Anne Simpson, Bvtty MC.-Xft't'. 1'l0IlI'fll rnzn: Barbara Bullard. Margarrt Burch, Carolyn Evans, Anna Ball Arthur, llackit- Clarkson, Cathrrint' Chappman, Patsy Davis, ,julia -Iont-s. ,Ivan Dc-nny, Mary Hunvycutt, Ann Mcllonald, Peggy Yancf-y, Miss ,Iona-s, Hvlvn Willard, Pam Flt-ming, Daphint' Ste-ph:-nson,-It-ff Grady, Dora Ann Cooper, Julia' Fulghum. Fifth row: Pat Alphin. ,lc-an Johnson, Sara Martha New- ton, Mattie Gore- Rousc-, Grate' Doar, Ann Kc-lly, Carol Moore. This car tht- Senior Y-Tc-ons ffavc- mins to four firls who were cs at-Ciall active' in Club work. A 5 l R l large- loving Cup was placcd in thc showcase' with tht' manic ol' thc H1081 outstanding Y-Torn t-11g'1'ax'vtl on it. 'l'hist't1p is to ln' passed down from yt-ar to your in thc' St-nior Club. Al Christmas, thc Y-'l"t't'ns srnt toys, Crayons, pt-ncils, paper. CIC. to tht' Colorcd Community Cvntt-r. .I JUN 01? 7-TEH! Fin! row, bf! Io fight: Virginia Baise, Martha Snow, Joanne Curry, Mary Ann jobe, Ethel King, Carol Bagley, Caro- lyn Hunter, Elizabeth Hamilton, Mildred McMillan, Elizabeth Lynn, Phyllis Poole, Louise Tingen, Peggy Sugg, Jean Weems, Nancy Green. Srrmzzl row: Dot jones, june Driver, Nancy Sanderson, Evelyn Spencer, Peggy Stallings, Margaret Swain, Marianna Walker, Martha Barber, Ann Shaw, Betsy Swain, ,Io Ann Powell, Anita Fletcher, Hazel Herring, Nell Brady. 'l7Iifl1I'UIl'.' jean Gilliam, Becky Powers, Peeps Williams, Dot Powell, ,jane Savagehjoyce Ellen, Eleanor Lancaster, Peggy Holt, Roberta Dixon, Eleanor Byrd, Catherine Coley, Betty Garner, Barbara Tyson, Beverly Tyson. lsllllflll raw: Betty Hicks, Barbara Brown, Joyce Carpenter, jo Ann Haley, Mary Elkins, Laura Ervin, Betty Daniel, Fran Green, Ann Stephenson, Diantha Carter, Towney Bailey, Mary Forrest, Mary Chappell, Killian Middle- ton. Fifth row: ,Ioyce Sparger, Melissa Morse, Becky Upchurch, Peggy Mitchiner, Mary Ann Powell, Elizabeth Floyd, ane Yarborough, Lenore Green, Sally Heath, Olive Pitt Worth, Helen Maynard, Barbara Kinny, Patricia Dowell, Patsy Davis, Marilyn Myers, Ellen Bonner, Louisa Mordecai, Betty ,Io Hansen. Sixth mzu: Robin Fuller, Doris Dozier, ,lo Ann Meacham, Jeanette VVeaver, Margaret Boylan. Sezfrnllz ra z11.' Patsy Daniels, ,julia Ann Harrill, Shirley Habel, Carol Duncan, Zelda Stansbury, Linda Piland, Arleen Grisset, Ann Croom, Martha Cope, ,lean Spivey, ,jean Chambers, Bess Peeler, Linda Clement, Charlotte Clement, La Verne Bagley. Eighlh r rnzr f: Virginia Mumford, Patsy Paulson, -jackie Steed, Virginia Kime, lwlary Lib Duke, jeg Norton. Jilin 5' , . - 1 V , sl I AJ bi. ,I ttf ,g,,.-Q gi Milk 2 444. 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V , . 1111' 1111- 1111-1111y. 11111111-s 1111' 1111 1111- 1-1Q11111 Q111111- 1-111851-S. 111111 1-1-1-111111-11 IIIIISIC 111111 s1111'11-s 1111' Ill1ll1Y 1111111511 1111ss1-s. 1111s1-111111s11111111111-1l11-1111 1111- N111111 C111111111111 H1g11S1'1111111 1.1111'111'y .-Xss111-111111111 w1111-11 11'11s111'g'11111z1-11 11s1 y1-111' 111 111-111 p1'111111111- 1111- 1'1-1111111111-111 111' s1'1111111 11111'111'11111s. 76 KNITTIN6 U08 1"I'I'.Xf row, fffl In nlghl: Betty Daniels, Patsy Andrews, Treasurer, Carolyn Evans, president. Srmml row: Oveta Hal stead, -lane Savage, Sergeant-at-Arms: Alma Brigham, vice-president: Jeanette Bull, secretary. 'lxlzim' l'HIl'.' Pearl -jordan, Laverne Bagley, Winifred Culbreth, Margaret Jackson, Annette johnson, Ann Zappa. 1'tII1I'Ill rnzn: Peggy Robertson, Miss Fuleher, Anne Holt, Carolyn -Iones, Betty Bryan, 'Iune Johnson. F I ARTS AND C'Rv4f75 I-'1'r.rf rom, liffl in rigln: Louise Tingen, Nell Brady, jean Gilliam. Ralph Liles, Al Boone, Roy Pitts. Second row: jackie Clarkson, Ann Edwards, Howard Gampen, Cary Holliday, Benny House. Third row: Dorothy Edwards, ,Ioyce Edwards, Betsy Nipper, Glenn Newton, Robin Conrad, Tommy Steele, Watson Gresham, Richard Doster. Fourth row: joel Pages, Hart Gates, Donald Coats, Bob Williamson, Eddie Randolph, Roy Gift. 77 I l l H7715 7fiEv47fR I I"ir.il mm, lyfl In riglzl: Pat McLean, Pat Eherhart, Anne McDonald, ,lean johnson, Louise George, Caroline Heath, lean McGhee, Patricia Carter, Laura Holoman, Catherine Poole, Virginia Gilliam, Eloise Fretz, Dora Anne Cooper, Io Anne Strickland, Daphine Stevenson, Mildred Rhodes. Sffnnd rnzv: Nancy l.ee, ,lean Denny, Tommy Ashcraft, Alan Gordon, Julianne Brown, Boots Hudson, Miss Sparks, Tessie Russos, Betty McAfee, ileffrie Ann Grady, Ann Hartzog, Mary Hunnicutt, ,julia -Iones, .lane Lily, -Iuliet Fulghum. 'lhirrl row: Catherine Bikle, Gilmer Barker, Bobby Connelly, Clyde Bryan, Bohhy Zuker, Henry Lewis, Dave Rohinson, Red Pope, Robert lviarshhurn, Carey Muse, Bobbie Lee Upchurch, Bo Mcliachren, Wynne Norman, liwart Easterling, Sammy -lean johnson, Nancy Mur- ray, Ethel Bonner, .loan Bishop. W'ith the increased membership in the Dramatic classes, interest has been high in this field this year. The Little Theatre, under the direction of Miss Doris Sparks, adviser. and 'LRed' Pope, president, has had an eventful year. This group cooperated with the Music Department in producing the operetta "Riding Down The Sky" and on .Ianuary 21, presented a three act, teen-age comedy, 'gDon't Take My Penny." as its annual production, For programs in the Little Theatre, several one-act plays and pantomimes were given. Speakers representing different phases of the theater, radio, and music in connection with dramatics, were also featured. The nucleus ofthe committees for the Senior Play was formed by the Little Theater 78 H7715 705475K and the Dramatics classes. There are fifty members in this club and they meet twice a week in the Auditorium. Members of this club decorated the cafeteria during the Christmas season. Two plays given by the Little Theater and the Golden Masquers were entered in the annual Spring Play Festival in Chapel Hill during March. Honorary dramatics society, The Golden Masquers, has done much to improve dramatic relations between the school and the stage. It has also given counsel to the selection of plays and dramatic problems of the school. OFFICERS Red Pope. . . . , .Prrizkiezzt Betty McAfee .... . . 'll'."!1.H1fFI' ljwart liaslcrling .,,. , . . l'irr-l'rw1'dfr1t Tommy Ashcraft. . . , .-Siff.-flf-.iflllj .jean McGhee .... . . ..Skt'rdary Miss Doris Sparks. . . , . ..'l!2'Z'I-Aff GOLDEN MASQUERS I"ronl rum, fffl ln rzzglzl: Alan Gordon, Pat Eberhart, -IoAnne Strickland, -Iuliet Fulghum, Dora Ann Cooper, Nancy Murray, Pat lN'1t-Clean. Sffmm' row: Ewart Easterling, Bobby Biggs, Rcd Pope, Gilmer Barker, Jeffrey Ann Grady, David Robinson. 79 L,i1Il, Ii-un Ium-s, lllnm lim-1'1'y. Bcity I,Oll'lC'Ilkil1S,AlllilllilllAIUIIHSUII, .S'wmr1fl11m': .Imwl ' I1 nelson li ulw ni lox llul nur, lf!! lu flglfl: lluris Yau f A I lclwzirzls, Mrs. fifllll'il'y, livlly Lou liislmp. Nlziry .xllll Wfillialns, illllllf mzru' Yirqinizi Ric' 1 ' .' , z ' 2 'z I ', fllznru lSm-my. lfnmlli :fm-: .Iucly lvlX'illII'4'il. Alzuivt Km-c'x'1'1', l,uc'y Iillu Slalom, Iris VIVYSUII. l"ifl!1 rum: Clzirulyil King. ixiillllii' Nippvr. Irving 'ivil1LQt'll, fi1'IN'lIUilI1SlUIl. 571465 C'RfW l'il71fIllFl', lffl lu rlglzl: llcmzilcl l'iL1g, Bohlry Hunk, Virginia Kimv, Ann Urcmiiiv, Bizirion Bailc'y,.Iulin .Xnnr Harrill I"rzim'1's firm-li, lim-lmcwvzi lluim-s. Swrnzifl ruzr: Mary Iilizabvtlm Ihxkv. -jackie' Danivl, Rohvrt Biggs, Kenneth llulls Ruyem-1' Cllizimlxlcv, 'llmfl rnzfx' Bobby Mvlionald. Billy ciilllIl1..lUil11 Stvphc-nson, Gcorgv xVil1Ci1l'Sl4'l'. INI1: Eason lfumflz rum: Buwlcr Duke, lfrank Newsom, Andrew Hinton, Buzzy Young, Donald Dcscrn, Maurice Yarncr. 80 lfml fum. ff!! iff nglzf: Ianvl Harris, Maxine- Hmvcll, Benbara Brown, Iilvamn' INIOUW. Marv Cliillmn-Ili. lil:-aimr Bvrcl .N'nnf1rfm:i'.' Cfzirnlyn Briggs, Illizalmvtli Lynn, Shirlvy Haln-l, Patsy Davis, Gvralclim' vl'I'UllllIl2ll1, Mary l"l'kiI'li'l'S Rug- Qlvs, llmfl infix' I'.llL1l'Il1' I74'2lI'SUll, Rvvnulnli Prirv, Bill ffris J, l'atSV Dzinivls, lalkv l"0l'1'1'st. liUiDl'l'i2l Dixon. anc- . 1 . .I X zn'l1ui'mniQli, Nliw l'i'nny, Doris llozivih K 1 New is' . 'fx f .a.,1!'Av' ill M0051 C UB NIENIBIQRS: K, Hnllarrl. Nlmimc ci?1I'!illt'I'. Billy lluzivr. Hvath I'c'nibc1't0n, Gviiv Hidvs, lilmn Xclams, Dirk Hracli, Billy XYi'iuIit.'li. NI. XX'ooti-11. Bob XYaulick. Richard Hanks. Donnie' Baisv, l.c'roy Fmirakv. .Ininmy I'c'cblc-s, Burl NVhit- ford. IA-ei Pc1'Sm1..Iii11li1y Sprnsn-r, Thoinas Roper, Robert Ridgeway, Bobbyilonvs. Cvvil l,anc', Toinniy Danlap. Donal Coat:-Q, Holt Flvininu. Uraliain .XIlCiC'l'SUII, 'I'0hc'i't King. Brncc' Cil'?1tFl',fIjiL'k Ste-iningc-1'. 81 1:1-I'.Y1I'!lIi'.' Bohby Styresulohn Duncan, Tommy Asheraft, Red Pope, Harold Rhodes, Pete Hairston, Mial Williamson. .S'tfrnml raw: Bob Terry, Dick Tippett, Ham Godwin, -Iimmy Lawrence, Pete jenkins. 'l71li!'lffII1t'.' Clarence Boyan, Adviser: Dave Robinson, Eddie Askew, Ewart Eastcrling, liohby Goss, Kenneth Smith, Lyman Kiser, Buddy Clement, -lefl' Newton. 5'fNl0R HI-7 The year ol' 1948-49 was an outstanding one for the Broughton Hi-Y, as the clulm has accomplished many outstanding proiects. This club is sponsored hy the Y.M.C.A. and works in close harmony with the school and community. In November a school-wide clean-up campaign was sponsored hy the Hi-Y with excellent results. XVhen the school clocks and hells were out of order, Hi-Y boys blew whistles for change of classes. As a furthur help to the school, this club offerecl monitors to watch the cafeteria lines and work successfully the entire year in connection with the school traflic committee. This group also gave gifts to a needy family during Christmas. Every fourth Sunday the members attend in a body one of Raleigh's churches. The Hi-Y presented its annual Ministrel in March and gave a dance during the second semester. A Leap Year Dance was given by the Hi-Y in late December, carrying out the "girl luring l1oy" motif. The club meets every Thursday night at the Y.M.C.A. OFFICERS Dave Robinson. , . ....,......, ....... P l'P.YI'IiI'7lf Bob Caudle .... . . l'iff-Presi11'fr1l Dick Sommers. . , ...... Secretary Harold Rhodes. . . Buddy Clement. . . Red Rope ......... Mr. Clarance Boyan. . 82 , . . . . 7dV'l'H.Yll!'I'l' Sfrgmnl-al-.'lrn1.f ........R1'f20rtfr . . .Adviser Fin! row, lfjft to right: George Johnson, Jack Williams, Gene Moring, Bob Williamson, Jimmy Lassiter, Bobby Gaddy. Semnd row: Winky Nelson, Larry Tippitt, Larry Toney, Chris Coley, Andrew Hinton. Third row: Billy Churn, Phil Johnson, Bobby Yoder, Tommy Dunlap, Nor- wood Carroll, Pat Eldridge, Bobby Hollis, john Desern. Fourlh row: Skipper MacMillan, jimmy Peebles, Tommy Teague, Bud Kelly. JllNl0R ffl-,V The purpose of the jr. Hi-Y is to create, maintain, and extend throughout the school and community higher standards of Christian character. OFFICERS Bob Williamson. . . ............ ...... P rexizlmt Tommy Dunlap. . . . . . Vz'ce-President Skipper MacMillan. . . ..... Secretary Jimmy Lassiter .... ........ T reasurer Winky Nelson. . . .... Sergeant-at-Armr agwf 7 rw - i Z' , e QA f'f1X ' 7 ,Lat . x I The jr. Hi-Y has participated in various activities which have proved benehciall ' V to their school. The sale of basketball programs was profitable to both the elubv and those who attended the games. Christmas found jr. Hi-Y members generously contributing to a needy family of Raleigh. Numerous clean-up campaings were sponsored throughout the year. At the last of the year the club presented a trophy to their choice of the outstanding coach of the year. l l ' as X A 1,641 ,JK 5 " 3..ssL,n.,f,5'L' x , x ,SSX Cf X 'JR 1 '4 3 t 91,9 X x W ' L VJ-.. fgwe ww.. . -gf . t, lfrnnl rnw, If-fl In right: -Iohn O. Davis, -johnny Spain, Calvin Holland, John Hester, and Francis Kehner, Sfcoml rnzu: Richard Muse, Gaston Perry, Irving O'Neil, Billy Batts, Alan Harris, Eddie Avent, .lim Hilton, Tommy Prichett, Robin Singleton, Bill Hobbs, Bobby Duncan, Harvey Henson. Vlillllfll raw: Tommy Moore, Ham Godwin, Alex Cherry, Edward Brittain, Billy Carter, Buddy Asbill, Jimmy Davis, Marvin Andrew, Oscar Taylor, Gerald Bennett, Pete jenkins, .jimmy McCulloch. Fourllz row: Lynn Caviness, Larry Tippett, Theodore Ballenger, John Bloxton, Carl Bartley, Edward Morgan, Howard Sattcrfield, Robert Hershberger, Ed Matthews, Clarence Tillery, Robert Mitchell, and Leonard Kauisler. X, E' . 9 .. x 4 1.9.-ri J 'ik xl V N5 JA.: 9 A Tiff Aiwa i17'f3'1llll cwa The purpose of the eluh is to advance visual education in the school and to teach theory and prac- tical knowledge of Audio-Visual equipment. The Audio-Visual Club started the IQ48-1949 year with only four or live active members. During the year the club increased until at one time there were thirty tneinlmers, of which about twenty were active. Along with its many other activities, the clulm showed several hundred movies and installed a permanent sound system in the auditorium which is controlled from the projection booth. 84 MUSIC v4PPREC'lv47l0N Jxllllil Nl. l,t'I'I'y. l,i11clz1 l'illz111cl. l'c-Lfgy' Stallings, llrcw S111ill1, .lu .XXIII Hicks. 'll-ssiv Russos, Fully XN'l1iltic'1', Doris Rc sun, lim-tty l.1111 l'e1c'1', Hulcla 'l'111'114-14. llc'1'1'y Swafliar, liill Su-x'c-11so11. Ali111111y S11-vc11sc111, A161111 Rul1i11su11, Phyllis l'llll'S .ll'2lll Spin-y, :Nlill'Q2lI'i'l Swz1i11, .X1111c W'l1ilc'. -lzickic' Stn-cd, N01'111z1 clll2lIl1lX'l'S, SC'L'llIlfl3 l,2iI'li1'I'. Eloise' lfzilclrup. lxllll Ll2ll'l'l Blll'Cll.lIi'?lIlI1lQ' l,yI1ll, l.c'1' liostia11, Bfllllly XVUClt'I',AI2ll'li Stc111clc-11111i1'1', Bz11'l1a1'z1 Him'k111a11, Bill Kz1l111, Holt l'llC'IIll Mrs. llilr, .Xclvisvlx 6000 ZISTUVING lfnil mi.-. lf!! In llfllff l'1r1l1 Higi11l1oll1o111. 'llllllllf' l,z1ssit1'1'. lYz11'1'c'11 lxlilllll. liilly Slillllll. K1-11 llinvs. fiQ'lll' l,4lI'lit'l', Iuyrr' l,Iuy1l, .S'rfw11l1f111'.' l'l1il -lUllI1SOll, cit'lll' lNl01'i11g', Cilycli- R11l1i11so11, lNlz11'y .xllll l,illl1-. ilit'l'l'y Alllllllllili. 'lfuilil mzr: liuldiz- 1Iull11':111. Chris Clulvy. Billy llollcriiimi, Monty llulcla-r. N1z11'vi11 MiIls,'Inli11 Sl!I'llllxll', filt'Il xVINllLll'4l, BldlI'.l!'lllilllS. 85 Jlll 1111 Pcigtgv Ilals, lxlllI'Lf2ll't'l liovlan. llarul liaglcl' x, Martha Applc, Sara lfuqnay, Martha Barhcr, Virginia Baisc. .Xnita I'lcl4'hcr Rt N X , mhin l"ullcr, llllcn HHIlIlt'I', lNlarion lX'lyt'x's, lnmisa lvlUI'lli'i'2ll, Nclsun Gricc, Alklflilt' Ucscrn, Nancy Cnrccn, '- " ' " ' ' ' ' -nncclx' " 'Q "s Ju nhar, Paul Kcllv, Patsv Ciattis, Miltlrt-cl fXlclX1illan, PULIQYIIOIICS,-lilCk Pca- lu C unit lUIlllllX lm -. , , lt lllil l 1 s Rt-lu-cat l'uwci's, Marv .Xnn l'um-ll, llorutliy Puwcll, Nlargarct VVilliams, liclty Ruhcrtsun, hlary -In Nclson, trus , llarvcy Imc, .Icrry Sluanwhitc, lit-cky llpclitircli, Nancy Sanclcrstni, llvclyn Spcnccr, Martha Snow,-Iiinlny hill, Lhlck Ciramly, -Iimc llrivcr, l"rank Day, David Smith, I.. H. Smith, Clharlcs l'ci'i'y, Clliarlt-s Smith, Wloocl ,l'llC'lit'l', .Xtlrian 'I'iltun, -lcan W'c'cnis, Olin' XYm'tli. .X. D. Ruhinstm, Danicl VVai'tl, llnrultl lklathcws, 'lohnny lfanscy, hlary ,Xnn klnhc, l,am'a lirwin, llalcl llcrrinq, Ruastcr Harp, Nurman Hicks, Susan Haycs, lictly llo Hanscn, Pat lilclritlgc, Clharlcs i llaithcuck, Hill Hamilton, Millard Ilill, lit-tty Hicks, VVinky Nclsun, lfrank Hnskin, Lynwootl ll11hanks,.Iimn1y Ellis U -, k , . - ,pf AL--li' ll I I fi.. if! A ,, J , . , s-1441 -n + I., JILK fyhll !, . fx- u- Q if FUTIIRL' ffomfmflfcfks czua liccky lilackartl, Sully llcath. l.cnurt' iii't'z'n. -Iuannc clllI'l'Y, llorotliy Kloncs, Stxzannt' Gillun, -I0 .Xnnc Hailcy, Aloycc tiarpt-ntcr, Virginia lNluiiiI'm'tl, .Ioycc Illlt-n, llthcl King, Patricia lN1cl7unalrl, Ruth Bonnc, .loycc Ellis, Pt-ggy Grady, Pt-Lgigy fic-ancs, lizu'hai'a lysnn, lfayc Harris, lfrctltlic cl0UlX'l', licvcrly Tyson, Phyllis Pciolc, lilixahcth Hicks, Ann Colcy, .It-an Claltrm, .Xnn Pruitt, Patsy Mills, I.illic Mac Crimp:-1', Tiny l'i'ivc-ttc, .Inycc l.cwis, Sarah l'loncycntt, Susan Ivcs, Mary Clliappcll, Hclcn lXlaynarcl, Patsy l,E!lllSUll, l'cgL5y CIi'awl'm'cl. lictsy Swain. livtty Garncr, Harrict .-Xntlrcws, Killian Mimltllclun, fclcla Stanshcrry, liarhara Kinnt-y, -lo Ann Mcacham. Sandra .lanc flurc, Illizahcth Hamilton, Carolyn lluntcr, livclyn blanc mlcnkins, .Xnn Aloncs. Pagc licalv, Bctty -lanc Dnnnan, Blanch Hartman, Carol Duncan, lit-ttv It-an Him-s, l,t-ah llvnclrix, Rachcl Ciuflcy, Mary Scott llanicls, liarhara Mallard, Pat NVccms. Bctty lklinshcw, ' ' ' 'A '1" ' " 3 " Rust' hlarit: Illll'.mlOUl't', hlariaima xV?llkt'I', .Xhnna 'l'hmnas, lNl2lI'lUIl YVlntcncr, Sarah Wilson, lianus lianc astti, A l'1'nilt, 'l'hclma King, Sylvia Satisky, llarricttc Hitchcock. Iris Pl'I1Llt'I'Lfl'2iIJl1, Slnrlcy Mcrrnnan. INGZISH N03 I'-I-Illf mug lqfl In IIZQIIL' lNliclcll1-ton, Poolc, Bailvy, Alpliin, Hudson, Holoinan, CralJti't'v, Fullt-r,Alolinson, Blakc, VVOULCII, 'l'uclur, Singlvtun, tilmppt-ll, Bullzirtl, l"lt'ining'. .Sl'r1n1f1' mzrx' Batman, Hvndrix, Arnolcl, lWallartl, Robinson, Parker, lilmcrliart, Hinrs, lNlinslu'w. Springlv, Grady, Parrott, xlolinson, lfranklin, Davis. 'llzirll RIIZIK' llolinsun, Flt'tCliC1', liurrli, 'll1mmis, lflariclgv, Haynvs, Esta-S, llostvr, cll'ZlIC'1', Baisv, h1CE3l'll4'l'I1, tlcnkins, Smith, Smith, Gattis. I"um'fh IUIl'.' YYyni1t', W'vlc'Il, lilzlvkwcll, -Ionvs, Stcclc, Banks, Huinplirvys, Sattvrnvlfl, Kust, llullancl, Plylclg litlwurcls, Ma, tlu-ws, XN'liitt-, Mt-rrimzm, Gumlinan, Hobbs, Rlioclc-S. F, ,F 4 'iv ...uw ,W TVX 6701067 CHIB l"rm11 mm, iff! lu rzzghl: llrit' Poltcr, Ncll Nvwcll, -Iackit' Stvvd, Dot Powvll, "Pct-ps" Williams, -Iunc Drivvr, Nancy Sand:-rson, Bob Hook, Bob lX1CD0nalcl, Billy Clnirn. S1'l'0Il!1' row: Ovc-da Halstc-ad, Lorraint- Carroll, Mary Fm'rc'st, Faith I,assitc'r, l.z1 Ycrncr Haglcy, Alcannc'ttc VVcavci', Diantha Cartvr, Carl Bzirklcy, Tlicodort' Ballcngcw. lllllifll mm: Holt Flt-ming, fit'0l'Q'4' Dostvr, Rcynolcls Prior, Stanlc-y Pottvr, Lynn Sllvparcl. l"rr-tl Bust, -john Sprinklv, Monty Holclvr. l'lIl1l'fh rnzf-: ,jimmy l'c'c'lJlc'S, Ed lNlatlit'ws, N111 Plylvr, Burt Y'Vliitf0rfl, .Iimmy lNlCffl1ll0t'k. I 1 K f of JUNIOR .S'C'lElVC'f U03 L Ml'1N1lil'1RS: Hvrl ,Xxllvlg lx11ll'ilVIl l514iLlg'1'1', .-Xian f1l'iQL12llll2lll, XVillx111' Mzllllwws. vvllI'l4!'Il lX1cm1'1'iss1'lln', l':1l IiUl7k'l'lS, w , A C' liliziilwlll York lfluycl. Billy ,l'1'l'l'1'll, firm' IQZIFICY, -luck IQUQIIIIS, vlvlllllllly XVill1z1111su11. l,lll'ilSl2l Sl1'PIlK'l1SUll, .Xl'lt'lll f flriwt, K1llllll'Q'll xI2llllll'XVS, Nlury .Xppl1'wl1il1',ilzlrym' Dixzm, .Xlirlsl l'1z11'11cIlm'. livmllkrrcl Mmm-lr-y. Nlz11'yli11 B1-i1Ig1-s.R111I1 'J fiz1rgis,Ci1':1l1z1111 .X111ln'1's1111, f1l'lll'i' CI14z1lc'1', Niiss l"r4'1'1112111, Miss Iilzxlzwk, Mrs. Rum, llillll .xIlfl1'l'Mll!, IiillkllK'l C'uil'1'1',11111 J li1'11111lrm llmlgvs. J 1 A7 X N 1 f W xx. ,1 1 1 'x X. QH1 X xx, - 1 N I x .fx 1 xi' 1 f N. '1 xs2ll'l'K'll Bulls. Holmiwy Ixvlly, lllvk llppclt, H1111 X 1-1411-y, K11-m'1g1- XX1Il1z1111s. llmlffgmpfug l,2lXlLl l'.x'z111s, llrm-I l't'l'Q1I l "- V' " ' Yr '5?"Wf' ' - Vw! IIPPH? C'Ul5'.S' .S'L'lfNL'f CZUB Nll'QMlSlfRS: l.'fl1lllI'1fl1.' Bill l5lz11'kxx1'll, .Xl't'I1iR' l"z1i1'lc'y,Uz1111illc''l'111'111'1', l':ilI'l XV1'lm'l1. Kl'llI1L'lll XY1m1l1'11lI'. lhw1!m11,' , . , . . .. , I . . , 1 sun, Mznry l'Ul'I'k'l. Billy11l'l'Sll2lIll..IUllIl Mc.XIIis1e'1'. Rusm-ll11S111u111-1l, I"lu1'v11u- Sxsiunlvll. I.2lI'I'Y VIQUIIVY. l1'fnl11f,- .li111111y Blakv, XN'11llc'1' Nu114'1'1112111. Alurk Kl't'lll', Ric'l1z11'1i l.illl'IJl'l'l'y. llz11'l'y l'111'ki11, .lark l,f'Ql'kllIl, Rulwvrl l'11ll1'1p lflxnlfwfy john :XlldQ'l'5Ull, tlulm B1'a111a11, -lack Pikil'Yil1. Willard XVYIIIIC. ,lIfI'1H'l.1.' Miss 51K'I,t'iil'Ill2ill :ami Mr. Plylc-r. -Q31 gli 55 P4-fly Su px Kim-nc l'c-ursull. lX'u1'1'c-11 XYolla1'Ll,x ulm ID. VV1'ay, Myron Banks, Clzlrrull YV:-ullu-l's, l"r:-cl Nil I R LL, La I l,l4t'9l'llll, Kill Kin-im-ml:-n, -luck l'z1x'kcx', lfric' l'oll4'1', liclwzircl Pll1'l'. Bill lmv. llavicl 'llc'1'l'y, l.. XV, l'IlIll1IJInlt'S, -In .xllll l'mwII :xml liolplxy Marslmull, .'Xclx'isv1': M11 Holliday. 6lRl.S" ilffllfflf fl.S'.S'0C'lv47l0N NIICNIISIQRS: liurlmrzx l'1ill'llU,lll'2i1l Ch'ux'c'1', ,-Kim Km-lly, Sara Wlilsun, ,Xllll XVITIIII, Surull Xvlillllilll. Sumlrzl XN'ilsmm, Marv NVmnlwz1l'cl. .Xnn lllark, clI42lCL' lluar, .Xlifr Collie-11 Slmirlcy SlUllLfll. KIU .xllll Rollins, lictsy l'l1illips, Xllllflllld Nlmrxfn-1'x. Cfzlrul fSluo1'm', Small lNlzu'tl1z1 Nvwllm, lilsim' lvliifflll, gxllll xV2ll'llL'l', Blury Wlilsml, lxlill'lOll xVllllt'lll'I', livlsy .Xug lxlrlilj' .Xml Rulminsuu, Ruth cllliilllplilll, lNlzlrgarc't cll'2iNVl'UI'Cl, l,imla Cflc-nu-nl, Dianllla fl2iI'lt'I', lizxrlmum 4Xmlm-rsun, .Xnnv Cilclnvnl, l.u1'1'z1im- Clzirmll, l':'ggy Hz1itlu'or'k, lfmxmccs Howl-ll, Nanny Un-ax'r-s, Balham l'1'r1'y, lie-as I'm-lm, lt'klIll'lIQ' xvl'llYK'I', Sum' l'ic'r'u', l"1'a11c'c's Park. BarlJa1'a Sharp, cl3lllt'I'lIlt' Svxtun, llacliic 'lw2iYlUI', Namrltr Starling, Pu- lI4lt'lLI Umwll, Margarrl Duncan, Eve-lyn Kutsis, Anne- 'lwrc-ul. Snllmxnyujc-1111Qlolmson, Hum Godwin and Ann Kvlly lfinl mm, lrfl In riuglzl: Mary lf. Ruqglvs, .Xun Zappa. Pat Elx'rl1z1rt. N12ll'g2il'l'l Crawford, lic-tty Hryzul, Palsy R. An clrf-ws, Illxic- Maron, llillv Clrockcr, Milliu-nt Rousv, Camilla' vl.llI'lN'l', Iris Pv11cic-Q'ra Jh. .S'n'umlm1r'.' Ann Clark . 4 I livlsy .Xxx-, Szumny .lm-an llolmson, Cfurolyn livzxns, H1-nry 11,1-wis, Mizxl XVillxzunson. Alan Ciormlon. 'l'e'ssic Russos. liarl. I rnzzu' lu! xv4'l'lllS, lX1ml4-lyn Sm'l11'1'II'l1'r. Cflmrlollc' Taylor, .-Xnn K:-lly. Iikllll Godwin, Rivllzird Musc, Rm-cl Pops, lllllll IJIIINYIII, Iiohlry floss. 90 J I Hl7'lPv4L' U03 There-'s more work to putting out an annual than just taking a few pictures and sending the copy to the printer's. As you enjoy this LATIPAC, think about some of the work that's behind it-the work that had to be done in order to give you an annual. The first thing that had to be accomplished before starting the actual work on the LATIPAC was to elect the ofhcers for the annual. Sammy ,lean johnson was elected editor-in-chief, Ann Kelly, business managerg and Ham Godwin, advertising manager. After the election of LA'r1PAc: officers, there came signs that the annual was really underway. Mr. F. l.. johnson of Zecca studios came over from Chapel Hill to take pictures, and his camera was really kept clicking .because he took individual pictures as well as group pictures. However, he could take a breath now and then as David Evans assisted him in taking the group pictures. At this time Mr. KI. H. Hardison of Edwards and Broughton Co. brought us a layout for the 1949 LATIPAC. VVe began work. The two journalism classes composed the literary staff and most of the advertising staff for the annual. The l.A'r1PAC club was organized for the first time, and this club aided the journalism classes in soliciting ads. The students who sold the most advertisements were Millicent Rouse, Betty Bryan, Betsy Axe, Patsy Andrews, Iris Pendergraph, Pat Eberhart, and Sammy Jean johnson. Some of the students instrumental in compiling the literary part of the annual were Elsie Macon, senior editor: john Duncan, Bob Caudle, Billy Crocker, Mial Williamson, and Red Pope, who compiled the sports section, Henry Lewis, Camille Turner, Pat Weems, Mary Frances Ruggles, Madelyn Schreffler, Bobby Goss, and Tessie Russos, who identified pictures and wrote club activitiesg and Ann Zappa, Ann Clark, Carolyn Evans, and Charlotte Taylor, who typed the material for the annual, and Margaret Crawford, joke editor. Finally, after the pictures were in and all the clubs had been written up, the copy was ready to be sent to Edwards and Broughton, who have been printing the annual for many years. This year, the Senior class voted to have the name of each senior engraved on the front of his annual, so Edwards and Broughton had an extra job. But not all ofthe work was done when the annual went to press. Of course, there was a lull, but work started anew when we received the first proof sheets of the advertisements. Then the journalism students got busy collecting the money for the ads. Several weeks later, the proofs of the literary section came back, and then began the task of proof-reading the entire annual. After this was completed, the annual returned to Edwards and Broughton for the final printing and engraving. This annual, the product of the hard work of the journalism classes with the aid of the l.A'rIPAc: club, con- tains 20 more pages this year than it did last year. It contains a larger sports section and more snapshot pages than before. Yes, it cost work to put out this 1949 l,ATIPAc, but it was fun too! l'Yr.rl fnze, left In righi: Celia hliddleton, Barbara Arnold, Nancy Apple, Dail Claredge, Mary Ann Raney, Bobbie -jane Buchanan, Anne Smithdeal, Patsy Zegler, Mary Fuller, jerry Caviness, Richard Lassiter, Henry Lewis, Eddie Randolph, jimmy Lawerence, joel Page, George Parrot, Phil johnson. Srcond row: Pam Fleming, Mary jane Bailey, Dawson Kelly, Connie Shanlen, Madelyn Schreffler, Annie Long, Elizabeth hloran, Barbara Harrell, Betty Eatman, Virginia Clayton, Claire Davis, Gertrude Chapell, Peggy Yancey, Patricia Alphine, Anne Deyton. Thin! row: Nancy Caviness, Bobbie Burch, Millicent Rouse, Anne House, ane Lloyd, Anne Greene, Margaret Pearson, jean Edwards, Mary -lane Barker, Catherine Chapman, ulia jones, Juliet Fulghum. Fourllz row: Ronald Buchanan, Harold Rhodes, Ham Godwin, Bob Terry, Roger? Otstot, joe Ward, Wynn Norman, Helen Willard, Daphne Franklyn, Barbara Bullard, Freddye Green, Anna Ball Arthur, .Ion Caudle. an , P' Mg Lewis Powell Bobby Goss Bobby Kost Billy Carter Pete Hairston llwart Easterlinfg Iell' Newton Tommy Taylor Eddie Askew Iimmy Waters Mial XVilliamson Billy Davis Pat Claviness llowell lh-berry Paul Winslow -lohn Duncan MON06'RflM N08 Donald Gargis Edgar Johnson Wlade Cooper Buddy Clement -Iohn Collier Billie Crocker Donnie Thomas Eddie Randolph Ralph Liles Iudson Smith Smoker Bland Dave Robinson Clary Holliday Noel Blaekard XV:-sly Ledford Alec W'ilson Gene Austin George Presley Bobby Ballard Richard Lassiter Mae Campbell Thad Eure Ed Matthews Red Pope Iimmy Lassiter Bobby Styres john Pierce Dan Blake Kenneth Smith Kim Buchanan 92 xxx A gf 5, 1-A2 if 4 Qsgwrsvii W' H xii 2 J 7-1, 3:6 1: HI X, ,f'35-ff A Q A ff ff 'fr , 3 fgj Ig? Q, ni, ' 4 ,,. - ii-in fl. K A Y fx' af., ei. " " ff QQNWMQP? - ,M A ' X ,'-g . - W, f , a 41 Llfiffxix. K. ' I 1 3? .A , . - V ' , 6 , Q Q UP gf'-'.. X -"W U ' 1' gifs ,V '2'q f i f 3. A ' if 558 K ' T 1 Q 0 K 'TW . . , V V 3, :pw ,L , . ,,.. . , , ,I N PM . ,, A A 5 , - ms., , QQ? ' 1 , f'?1 figjff i 'X AQ A ! 4 Wyy fl f" 5 Q 5 2:7 L Al 'i , 'G' ' 5 2 L f- f V , f , 2 , , S ff , Q-sg . M X J K km VX. fa .N if AV.: I D X.:, 5, , I l Tv- , ,Via f gg, A ,N , 4 g ' "' -Qf?5,.Qi? :.g,,..Q. A - ,, ,fy A M X A Q , w J,-1. wk 2 1 ff fix w Y W ' fylf I A-milf" g ,W ff I-'007'Bv4lZ The fall of 1948 left the Raleigh Caps football team with three wins and six losses. Although this season play did not uphold the records of previous Raleigh teams, the boys showed the traditional fighting spirit and fine sportsmanship. Captain Dick Sommers, All-Southern and All-State halfback, and Sonny Ussery were the only two holdover starters from the previous year's team. The remainder of the squad had seen little or no varsity competition before this year. A great deal of the defeats suffered by the Caps were due to the lack of seasoned players. Several of the boys played in post season games. Dick Sommers was Raleigh's representative in the Shrine Bowl game. Charles Caldwell, Billy Ainmons, Roy Vaughn, and Frank Sherwood played in the Optimist Bowl. Lee Stone and N. A. Miller, head coach and line coach respectively, are to be highly commended for their extraordinary handling of numerous first year men. Fifxl row, lqfl to riglzl: Newton, Caldwell, Pierce, Ammons, Taylor, Baise, Vallas, Vaughn, Clement, Lawrence. Second row: Waters, Eure, Bland, Askew, Sommers, Styres, Popajohn, Easterling, Mathews, Sutton. Third row: jcnkins, Blake, Parham, Wooton, Lcclford, Kost, Holland. Ifourth row: Miller, Coach, Kiser, Marshall, Twiggs, Pearce, Hilliard, Holliday, DeBerry, Randolph, Ussery, Stone, Coach. 94 , X a-gag CL4 6,LA?.Q'H.f 'G-ft. 'VJ ' W ,mf M 0-45 I 34, ok. VW 1 f1u it' f Fin! row, lgfl Io rzzghl: Eure, Collier, Wooten, Baise, Srmnd row: Pierce, Easterling, Randolph, Newton. Third 3 'F' I row: Bland, Taylor, Askew. In f BULLDOGS BREAK KIINX Raleigh's long domination of Durham on the football field came to a close this season in the form of a hard fought 6-o defeat. A seven yard run by Arnold Ewing provided the margin of victory for the Bulldogs. The Caps, offense was stymied throughout the game, but Charlie Caldwell and Ted Vallas played an outstanding game in the Cap's forward wall. HURRICANE DEFEATSICYCLGNES The Caps bounced back into the win column with a Q1-6 victory over Wilson. Coach Lee Stone's boys scored a touchdown in each ofthe first three quarters and in the fourth period Tackle Frank Sherwood dropped Billy Lylcs behind the VVilson goal for a safety. Raleigh's first tally was set up by a 36 yard punt return by Dick Sommers, who later plunged two yards for the score. A drive in the second period was highlighted by a 24 yard pass from Ussery to Newton, which moved the ball down to the four yard line. From there Ussery carried the ball over. Sommers again scored for the Caps, after a 45 yard drive. VIRGINIANS NOSE OUT CAPS Wloodrow NVilson's highly favored eleven turned back a hard fighting Raleigh team by a 19-12 score. Newton provided Raleigh's offensive spark by scoring both touchdowns. The Presidents first touchdown came on a pass from Bengie to Cowen. Bengie personally accounted for the Vir- ginian's last two scores with two short plunges. Ussery's passing also highlighted the hotly con- tested game. 95 A s AFTER TWENTY YEAR S The New Hanover High Wildcats tried to make up in one game nineteen years of winless efforts against Raleigh by trouncing the Caps 39-o. Brewer, Gregg. and Smith each scored twice as YVil- mington tallied in each period. The Gap's offfense clicked its best in the last quarter. Raleigh advanced the ball to the XVilmington twenty-two yard line on this drive. SOMMERS STARS AS RALEIGH XVINS Dick Sommers. the backtield star ofthe Raleigh lootball team, had his biggest night as he scored four touchdowns and one placement to lead his teammates to a 27-6 victory over Goldsboro. Two of these touchdowns were on beautiful passes from Ussery. .Iohn Pierce dropped McRoy, Golds- boro's ace back, behind the goal line for a safety. Vallas, Askew, and john Pierce sparked the Gaps' forward wall, CLAY'S CHILDREN BEAT STONE'S BOYS A small, but determined band of Methodists from Ghildren's Home defeated Raleigh High's Caps I3-0. Paced by .lames "Red" Smith and Bill Procter, who scored one touchdown apiece, the visi- tors emerged with a well earned victory. Sommers and Taylor each averaged five yards or better per carry. Luther Pearce also was outstanding in the Raleigh backlield. Sutton and Vaughn led Raleigh's line. STATE CHAMPS SHOW' STRENGTH Coach Bill Dole's classy Fayetteville Bulldogs grounded out a classy 38-ti triumph over Lee Stone's Raleigh Capitals. The half found Fayetteville ahead I4-o and then the Bulldogs came back to role up 24 points in the last half while the Capitals got their lone score on a nifty pass from Eddie Ran- dolph to Dick Sommers. l7ayettcville's offense was sparked by three touchdown passes from Sea- well to Butler. Sommers and Taylor were outstanding for Raleigh. CAPS EAT BLACKBIRDS Raleigh turned back Rocky Mount go-o before a Homecoming crowd of 3,ooo persons. Raleigh marched fijg yards the first time they took possession of the ball to score their initial touchdown, ' s Ammons took the ball over from the one yard line. Ussery gathered in a beautiful pass from Som- mers for the Caps' second touchdown. The last tally was registered by a blocked punt by Thad Eurc and the recovery of it by Charles Caldwell. HENDERSON BEATS CAPS The Bulldogs of Henderson High scored two touchdowns on two long runs in the first few minutes f the game to defeat Raleigh I3-U. After that the game was placed at a standstill as the cloud opened up and neither team could advance the ball on the rain-socked held. CHEERLEADERS. Left In right: Bo NlcEachern, Wynne Norman, Alan Gordon, -luliet Ful- ghum, Red Pope. 96 BASKETBAZZ The 1949 edition of Broughton's Purple Hurricanes won 18 consecutive games and was the first basketball team in the school's 20-year history to finish a regular season without a defeat. Broughton played an independent scheduleg however, they won twelve games over six class AA Eastern Con- ference teams, Fortunately, the Hurricanes played I0 games at home. Six scraps were on foreign courts, while two were played at the Memorial Auditorium. For the third consecutive year, the Purple and Gold from Broughton copped the mythical f'City Champion- ship" with two impressive victories over Hugh Morson. A total of 922 points was amassed in the 18 games for a 51 point-per-game average. Twice, the Hur- ricanes hit the 75 point mark, but dropped as low as 29 points in their first game. Kim Buchanan was the point leader this season bucketing a total of 288 points. Second in the running was center Bobby Goss with 193. john Duncan had 137, Mial Williamson, 116, and Dick Sommers, 85. Sporting an average height on the string of 6 ft. 2 in., the Hurricanes were usually superior to their opponents in this department. Height was an important factor in each victory and with 6 ft. 7 in. Goss, 6 ft. 4 in. Buchanan, and 6 ft. 1 in. Duncan, they dominated most all backboard play. Defensively, the Broughtonites were excellent. The opposition was limited to 604 points for a 34 point-per-game average. Greenville was held to only 20 points during the entire game early in the season. During this, his third versity season, Mr. Holliday coached by far his best Broughton squad offensively and defensively. Four of his cagers made starting berths on the All-City Mythical Team. Buchanan, Duncan, Goss, and Williamson shared positions with Hugh Morson sophomore Johnny Kelly. Buchanan was a unanimous choice. Serving as Co-Captains were Forward john Duncan and Guard Mial Williamson. The reserves on the squad saw action in almost every l Head Coach joe Holliday, right, KI. V. Coach Clarence Boyan, left. game, and each scored with the exception of one. Kenneth Smith, Billy Davis, Harold Rhodes, and Pat Caviness were Holliday,s first choices for relief players. Eight of the I5 men on the squad are seniors. In a practice encounter the varsity defeated a determined faculty five 63 to 33 in a hilarious free-for-all for a Mono- gram Club Beneht fund. Coach Clarence Boyanfsjayvee squad, hindered by inexperience and lack of height, played an unusually hard schedule and was able to win only 6 of 20 games. Bob Williamson and Jimmy Peebles led the Juniors offensively. Churn, Car- roll, Lassiter, and Houlder also were outstanding. Impressive wins over Rocky Mount and Fayetteville were the best- played affairs by the jayvees. A number of games were lost by one, two, or three point margins. ,IAMESVILLE In their first game of the season, the Hurricanes ran into some unexpected competition when they defeated a defen- sively-minded five from Coach Holliday's home town 29-2 1 . Overconfidence hindered the Broughtonites considerably . BETH EL In a close first half battle, Broughton broke three tie scores to beat the Class B Champions, 45-29. Bobby Goss con- tributed I2 points and starred on defense. A combination of too many good reserves and a light defense iced the victory in the second half. ROANOKE RAPIDS In a complete rout, the Hurricanes put on a display of offensive power in downing an outclassed Yellow Jacket five 75-26. Goss with 18, and Duncan, Buchanan, and Williamson with I3 each led the triumph in which all fifteen Brough- ton players participated. BURLINGTON In their best victory over a class AA team, the Hurricanes battled hard throughout the entire game to defeat the Bur- lington Bulldogs 46-35. A lead was built up in the second quarter which the Broughtonites held with the help of Euc- hanan, who contributed I3 points. 97 GREENYIILIZ l.imiting tht-ir opposition to only 20 points. and loading by 26 points at half timc tht' l'urplc' Hui'rican1's capture-cl win numlivi' livc hy coinplctvly outclassing thc' Grccnvillc Phantoms 51-20. Buchanan had I2 points and Duncan con- trilnutctl I I to pact' thc winncrs. CAMPBELI, FRESHMEN Pac:-cl clvfviisivcly by Dick Somincrs and offvnsivc-ly by Buchanan and Duncan. thc- Hurricancs rack:-cl up their sixth triumph in as many honn- gamvs. 'l'hc Campbell Frcslnnvn managccl only thrct' fit-ld goals in the first half and failcd to capitalizc on the-ir lu-ight whilt- hcing dcfcatrcl handily by Coach Holliclay's rcscrvcs. The final scorn' was 51-35. WILSON lu thi-ir lirst gamc on a foreign court, thc Hurricanvs clvfcatc-cl a clctt-rinim-cl Clyclonv crcw in a hard fought last quartvr, 49-47. Buchanan was high scorer with 25 points. Rcsvrvc Harold Rhotlcs lxrokv a third quartvr tit' with a sct shot to svncl thc Hurricancs into the- lvacl which thvy kc-pt until tlu- final gun. CAMPBELL FRESHMIQN Playing on thc flame-ls' liomc' court. tht- Hurricancs again hit thc' 75 point mark in downing tht' haplvss l"re'slnncn 75-47. Big Bohhy Goss chipped in 23 points to takc all scoring honors. All fiftucn varsity mcn saw action. GOLDSBORO By lx-ating thc liartliqualws 48-35, thc- Purplv Hurricanes vxtcndc-cl thi-ir win sm-ak to nine games. Kim Buchanan again provccl his oll'vnsix'v ability by scoring 28 points. During thi' jgrcl quartvr, Goldsboro thrcw up a tight tlcfcnsvz liowcvx-r, Goss and Buchanan pavccl thc' way to thc' triumph. HUGH MORSON 'l'lu' unllcatvn Broughton Hurricanes clcfcatccl their cross-town rivals, Hugh Morson, 52-34, in a thriller hclnl on tht .Xuclitorium lloor. lniurctl tlohn Duncan and Kim Buchanan lcd thc Purple and Golcl with 16 and I7 points rcspcc- tivvly. 'l'lu' last-half Broughton power complctcly bcwildcrccl thc Niorson Gaps. A Bobby Goss G. M. Wooten, Harold Rhodes, Dick Sornmcrs Kim Buchanan 98 I, 5177 Firrt row: Red Pope, Managerg Pat Caviness, Bob Williamson, Billy Davis, john Duncan, Richard Lassiter, Manager. Second row: Eddie Randolph, Kim Buchanan, Cary Holliday, Harold Rhodes, Mial Williamson, Ken Smith, Howard Twiggs. Third row: Bobby Goss, Dick Sommers, G. M. Wooten, james .Blau joe ' h Holliday, Coac . X v 'Nd kc' w Xt, K " 'NN to f Sf in FAYETTEVILLE - L X x, I xx .V , By trouncing the Fayetteville Bulldogs, 53-35, Broughton's Hurricanes captured their eleventh c ecuthf' v icgff 'X - . X and fifth victory over an AA club. Again it was Buchanan and Goss who took high scoring honors. kotamy fouls Q ' ' were committed in the roughest game the Broughtonites have played. X G V X V 'X K xg 2 XX . BURLINGTON v i X K In a three-minute overtime period, Buchanan sank a Held goal and two free throws to lead Broughtos to a ose 52450 X i 5 triumph over an im roved Burlin ton s uad. It was nip and tuck all the way, and the Ralei oyx V 0 l 0- P S fl S X 'KY X point lead at halftime. Because ofthe Eve foul limit, Holliday's reserves played most ofthe lastlq krter th x- . -- , -K ' c't'n o t' e. ' ' 'I ll g verim A ., is X X ROCKY MOUNT 1 ' lex X he , X Every reserve saw action once more as the high-flying Purple Hurricanes chalked up a 53521 VT ov the Black- , birds- of Rocky Mount. It was a team victory, with exceptional ball-handing and shot accuracy. 4 evenbf the Hur- , . 'P rxcane players scored. K 99 JONl0R VARSITY Fin! row: Holder, Taylor, Poole, Lassiter, Carroll, McMillan, Reams. Second row: Hines, Eldridge, Kelly, Churn, Mitchell, Parker. Third row: Dunlap, Peebles, johnson, Ballenger, Strickland. GOLDSBORO Completely outclassing their Earthquake visitors, the Hurricanes made it victory number fifteen in their 53-34 win on the Broughton court. Pacing the attack was Mial Williamson and Bobby Goss, I3 and I7 points, respectively, before fouling out. Height was the most important factor in the triumph. ROCKY MOUNT Broughton received a scare in their close win over the Blackbircls on the latter's court. The final score was 44-38, the low score being contributed to unusually tight defenses. Although the Broughtonites held an eleven point lead most ofthe hrst half, the Blackbirds were able to cut it down and hold the Hurricanes to only 21 points during the second SIHDZH. FAYETTEVILLE Coach Holliday played his reserves most of this game in order to rest his starters: however, the Hurricanes defeated once again the Fayetteville Bulldogs. This time the score was 45-33, but the game was not as close as the score indi- cated. Caviness led the reserves during their play. HUGH MORSON Turning the game into a shower of offense during the second half, the Purple Hurricanes won their eighteenth straight victory and remained unbeaten for the entire season by downing the Morson Caps 52-37. It was the second time this season the Caps were beaten by the Hurricanes, who claimed the mythical "City Championship" after this victory- Leading the Broughton victors was Kim Buchanan, who scored I7 vital points. The halftime score was 25-23. 100 in .Was off ,W WW iq, X -e,a1fw2 ii mack f Frmzl row, lqfl lo right: Billy Churn, Daniel Terry, Donnie Baise, Frank Day, Billy Lee, G. M. Wooten, Joel Page, Ewart Easterling, Buddy Asbill. Bark row: Cris Coley, YVade Cooper, Herbert Ridgeway, Harvey Lee, Coach Joe Holliday, Bobby Goss, Noel Blackard, Dickie Tippett, Bruce Carter, John Duncan, and Al Boone. Participating in seven meets this season, Coach Joe Holliday's youthful eindermen captured three wins, placed high in two other relay meets, lost only one, and participated heavily in the State Meet at Chapel Hill, May 28. The local thinclads began the season with only six lettermen. However, the twelve Sophomores on the squad boosted both Held and track events exceptionally well. Only five men will be lost via the graduation route, with twenty-one trackmen returning in 1950. Individual high scorers were high jumper, shot putter, and discus thrower Bobby Goss, and sprint man-john Duncan. Milerxloe Shockley and 880 man Wesley Ledford were defeated only twice dur- ing seasonal work. Co-Captains were Goss and Al Boone. Meets: Triangular Meet with Fayetteville and Sanford won Duel Meet with Sanford won Duel Meet with Fayetteville won Duke-Durham Relays 3rd High Point Invitational Relays 4th Duel Meet with Charlotte Central Lost State Meet x.-l F0 I -Qajx, , j 2 F -. N FN -e -44 'L if 'U mwwt .101 . iv' Q 5 it 'J " X -,.. .4 2:9 Zlo 9-9.1. 57,475 C'fIv4MPl0N SWIMMING' TEAM lqlllll row, lgfl lo riglzl: Billy Davis, Pat Eldridge, Larry Tippett, Bert Veazey, Tommy Dunlap. Back row: Hart Gatis, Graham Anderson, Bobby Caddy, George Pressly, Sonny Thornton, Bobby Kost. BASEBAZZ TEAM ...t r ' y l rm Fran! row, lqfl In righl: james Bland, Richard Rhodes, Coach Eason, Harold Rhodes, Eddie Randolph, Marvin An- drews, Roland Lashly, Billy Davis, Dick Sommers, Kenneth Smith, Sonny Clifton, john McAllister, Donald Coats, Sonny Ussery, Bill Uzzle,-john Collier, Kim Buchanan. Second row: Jimmy Tudor, Randall Cheek, Roy Gift, Herbert Jones, jimmy Peebles, Miron Banks. 102 L s7.uee1z of yAZfZll'C!J N-1 f ,. , .. ,. ,. Y Iffl fn riglflx Dick Sununncrs, prn-siclc-nl of the Senior Class: Sum Martha Newton. Qu: mln-rlson, 1X1iliCl-lllv-Ikilllllllf fviilll xvilli2lIllSOI1, vscoriz and .Iimmy Clonm-ll, cmwrm-In-zm-r. 103 I : O f Jfjr. 1 f, ,-'V till ug Lilfln gin' 12741011 1 Eff, yr!!! 5 , J 11- N Q f". - 1 17 W' 'MJ' 3,226 .1 g ,4,S.J if ff ,W . 1 I M A ..n. f A411114 HV, 1.1 . I AXISCDXV 5 L- -Hx:-ku . ," 4 N 'xx' L I X H' LL If , I 71,1 Q .. 4Y,,, I.. 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' ' ' r ,Ralei-gli, C. .l 'l ,i E A' 0 ' , 9 Q 5 If 4' Llfnmo-Lfvlnf FINE FURNITURE 137 South Wilmington Street Raleigh, N. C. Lyman Kiser: This book tells about where blotting paper was discovered Bruce Crater: It must be very absorbing! "It's the little things that tell," murmured from under the sofa. Elsie as she yanked her kid sister ART FLOWER SHOP 128 South Salisbury Flowers for All Occasions DIAL 7240 Raleigh, N. C. COMMERCIAL PRINTING COMPANY PRINTERS RULERS BINDERS OFFICE FURNITURE 219 South Salisbury Street BOYLAN-PEARCE Raleighis Shopping Center MELVIN'S PHARMACY COMPLETE FOUNTAIN and PRESCRIPTION SERVICE For Prompt Service DIAL 5834- 1217 Hillsboro Street Best Wishes to the Class of 1949 T. H. BRIGGS AND SONS. INC. "Hardware Since 1865" Donnie: Hello, old top: new car? DeBerry: No, old car, new top! Barbara Arnold: There is always one word in the English language that i lways pronounced wron . g "Duz" Crawford: What word is that? Barbara: Why, wrong of course! DILLUN SUPPLY C MPANY INDUSTRIAL MACHINERY EQUIPMENT : REPAIR PARTS SUPPLIES FARM MACHINERY and EQUIPMENT RALEIGH - DURHAM - ROCKY MOUNT - GOLDSBORO Latin student to Miss Burge: I want the life of Julius Caesar. Miss Burge: I'm sorry, but Brutus was before you! An algebra teacher telephoning: Operator, give me eleven times thirty-one minus six divided by five, add to it twice the original number, and make it snappy! LINCOLN MERCURY HAR 0 OTOR CO. 3623 Hillsboro Street Raleigh, N. C. PHONE 3-3648 Phone 7646 Night 8533 When Youire on Your Way Stop in at the RAINBOW FLORIST 1201 Hillsboro street MILKY WAY Raleigh, N. C. Opposite Broughton High School on St. Mary's Street Cut Flowers Potted Plants Corsages Funeral Designs N Wedding Decorations SEALTESP ICE CREAM ECKERD,S DRUG STORE 222 Fayetteville Street DRUGS : SUNDRIES : COSMETICS Gilmartin Student: You low-down, despicable, worthless, good-for-nothing bum Sophomore: Don't call me good-for-nothing! Miss McDearman: You had better watch your step. in my classroom. Jimmy Lawrence: What's the matter? Is the flooring loose? HAYES BARTON PHARMACY 2000 Fairview Road PHONE 4-641 Compliments of The Gas Company Public Service Company of North Carolina, Inc. 217 Hillsboro Street : Raleigh S ' g: ewm ASHEVILLE DALLAS KANNAPOLIS CHAPEL HILL DURHAM RALEIGH CONCORD GASTONIA STATESVILLE CUNN-GOWER PONTIAC COMPANY I PONTIAC Sales and Service CONGRATULATIONS FROM GENE MORING - Florist WEATHERMAN JEWELERS Opposite Five Points 1904 Hillsboro Street DIAL 3-3232 Post Office RALEIGH, xy. C. DIAL 7666 Morehead City Technical Inst. ALL For Catalogue Write Box 388 MOREHEAD CITY, N. C. "It must have been something I ate," said the whale as Jonah stepped ashore First Ghost: Where are you going? Second Ghost: On a haunting trip. DIAMONDS WATCHES SILVER CHINA NEIMAN'S JEWELERS - SILVERSMITHS 109 Fayetteville Street NICK RUSSOS Hatters and Cleaners 37 Years Satisfactory Service All Garments Are Insured Against Fire or Theft Office Phone 774-6 124 South Salisbury Street RALEIGH HONEYCUTT FRUIT 8: PRODUCE CO. Halifax Street PHONES 5817 - 5818 Wholesale Only l YOUR PAL . . When your school days are over Reddy Kilowatt will continue to be your friend. He will always be at your side to make your work easier - to make your home more comfortable and attractive. Whether you become a housewife - go into business or ,I my 'A 3 HY ntsgyj .ao e , III IIHI Io N CD Lua IN f Q ltltgl industry - or work on the farm - electricity will always be your helper - your pal. You can depend on it. CAROLINA POWER 81 LIGHT COMPANY Thad Eure: She's only a printer's daughter, but I like her type. John Anderson: Miss McDearrnan, do you want us to copy the equations in our notebooks? Miss McDearrnan: Well, I'm not doing this just for a vaudeville show! anis , ll omlrle MThe Capitafs Store for Menn BEST WISHES BROOKS RECREATION CENTER from Raleighfs Newest and Largest COMMERCIAL Recreation Center SKATING BOWLING Flrsbcmzens Bank Located on Tucker Street Best Wishes from BULLOCKS, INC. ELECTRICAL APPLIANCES 9 9 FINE N, FABRICS For X .iii THE BEST IN ALL TYPES OF MATERIALS fe- 'I 706 TUCKER STREET DIAL 8445 Madelyn: Charlotte, what'd you get in English this term? Charlotte: A headache! Miss Paschal: Why are you late for class, Louie? Little Louie Parham: I had trouble with my locker. Red Pope: Getting in or getting it open? 6'The Future Belongs To He Who Prepares For If' STUDY TELE I IO - RADIO FULL OR PART TIME CLASSES SPECIAL SUMMER SCHOOL Don't Waste Time! Study Now! TRAIN WITH PROFESSIONALS BROADCASTING and TELEVISION INSTITUTE Suite 205 : 412415 Fayetteville Street P. O. Box 6181 PHONE 3-5180 Collegiate Club and College MARTINS INC. Court Bllllard Parlor - l For the Best in Men's Clothing Clean Wholesome Sport . . . . ll.,-i. Dzslmclwe Qualzty ll-R-ALWAYS WELCOME! 305 F .ll S 1910 and 2502 Hillsboro street ' ' ayeuev' B Heel THE TOPS 1VIEN'S SHOP DRESS AND SPORT CLOTHES PHONE 3-4475 JAMES H. Russos, Prop. 527 Hillsboro Street Old Man: So you've met my son at high school? Stinky: Sure, we slept in the same English class together. x. Charlie: Shall we take the short-cut home? Joan: No, mother's expecting me home early. Congratulations and Best Wishes To All Seniors from TAYLOR FOOD CO. RALEIGH, N. C. DIAL 3-4601 J. C. LAWRENCE, President H. G. CLARK, Vice-President SALES Lxggglzl REPAIRS LEASES APPRAISALS L. D. ALLEN, JR., Assistant Secretary M. C. BRITT, Secretary-Treasurer Something New Has Been Added . . . THE GLORIFIED AMERICAN DELMANETTES - "Styled by Delmanv Famous for their style and comfort A D L E R ' S Ours Alone in Raleigh Pete: Have your read To A Field Mouse? Donald: No, how do you get them to listen? Lost: Between cafeteria and auditorium, a fountain-pen, by a freshman half full of ink. Cvmvlfmenls of STATE DRUG STORE DIXIE FLORISTS 2416 Hillsboro street 311 W. Morgan Street PHONE 8164- PHONE 774-1 Compliments of Compliments of THE CLEANING SHOP TIRE SALES C1 SERVICE CO. N U BEAUTY SHOPPE COMPLETE BEAUTY SERVICE Compliments of A. V. ANDERSON Odd Fellows Building DIAL 2-24-10 Best Wishes from J. S. COXE K SON TERMINAL GRILL Always Open ' Air Conditioned Opposite Bus Station PHONE 2-3207 Compliments of Good Look, Seniors! CLARK ART SHOP A'::V ' Bl'd:ShI' JOHNNEYS FRUIT STAND W'F?2:'fF.re Ffiilfilaf o.,Ei2tZ,, Ruggleb 300 Glenwood Ave. Phone 8319 FIVE POINTS PHARMACY Presrriptians Callecl For and Delivered DRUGS : COSMETICS : SODA 1620 Glenwood Ave. Phone 4644- Compliments of the UNDERWOOD CORP. Dail Claridge: Whew! I just took a test. Nancy Caveness: Finish? Dail: No, Spanish! Twinkle, Twinkle little star what on earth do you think your are - A Hashlight" Decorative Fabrics and FURNITURE SHOP Home Furnishings Upholstering Kool Vent Metal Awnings Repairing WEAVER Refinishing TEXTILE COMPANY Call 3,1111 3041 Glenwood Ave. Phone 2-244-6 324 East Lane Street RALEIGH, N- C- Compliments of SOUTHERN STATES IRON ROOFING CO. FINCH'S DRMIVE INN 401 W. Peace GOOD HAMBURGERS CHEESEBURGERS BAR B Q and FLAKE SHAKES "Cross from Ball Park" H ICKS MARKET CITY MARKET Country Hams Our Specialty Phone 2-1687 C. P. HICKS, Prop. WILSON'S MARKET C. T. WILSON, Proprietor WESTERN and NATIVE MEATS Prompt Delivery Dial 4400 City Market RALEIGH, N. C. BAKERS Sz BROWN ROOFING CO., INC. ROOFING AND SHEET METAL CONTRACTORS RALEIGH, N. C. PHONE 4-528 Miss Runnion: John Paul Jones went out to sea. Bo McEachern: Went to see what. Tommy: Mom, this cake is hard as a rock! Mother: Well son, didn't you hear the cook say L'Take your pick 1:9 RALEIGH WILSON WINSTUN-SALEM W 124' e -2 - FASHIUNS IN RALEIGH IT'S GENERAL ELECTRIC The Appliances Most Women Want Most Ask Your Local Dealer for Free Demonstralion MM W ' f Wholesale Dislribulors O RALEIGH CHARLOTTE GREENSBORO Sign on the outside of a Raleigh Barber Shop: We need your he ad in our business When do the leaves turn? The night before exams. ESTABLISHED 1936 CONCRETE CONSTRUCTION OF ANY TYPE R. R. STOKES CONCRETE CONTRACTORS '6Let Us Handle Your Concrete Jobs" 1534- Brooks Avenue PHONE 3-3008 We Render Services for Those Who Care YELVERTON FUNERAL HOME H. PAUL YELVERTON, Owner PHONE 7743 YOU GET THE BEST OF EVERYTHING AT THE PICK of the D R I V E - I N S Raleighns First The rihezin Grill LOUISBURC ROAD Congratulations Class of '49 Man: I would like to buy a diamond ring for my wife, please. Clerk: Glass wear aisle 15! Drunk: Whash yer looking for? Cap: We're looking for a drowned man. Drunk: Whash ya want one for? I Compliments of THE CITY DRUG STORE "YOUR NYAL DRUGGISTR 'A' Corner of Blount and Martin Streets V I TRUCK HEADQUARTERS for RALEIGH SAN DERS MOTOR CO. TRUCK Sales and Service RALEIGH, NORTH CAROLINA IFUVE SHMUDE 1 MILK . . . DAIRY PRODUCTS . . . ICE CREAM -- "Build Better Health with Nature's most nearly perfect Food" IUNE STATE CREAMERY 4-26 Glenwood Avenue DIAL 2-3911 'A' 'A' s .K ,Pl , 'J-'W ' ' - J- J P ' I , ' . - 4 L fJ"'!-ML' """""""q"e"-A-fb 39" ' L3 Fifa, L, 9. f..-4. 5 we N f . - , A , 2 S - ' - - ex.: V f af i t t f - . J I 5 I N "A nfl 'Y "J ' H ,I .. f' I. AP . - t f Q . I 2 If-7 . X L J' ps I 1 ilmyil I I , x 5 in b u I' E " K 1 11 K. ,, I, ci, 11- f, -,wal em.. a A,1I , I' I ' ' I r ' '- '- , ' H 1. ' I v' I ' A my Vg ' A X- 5' ,4 - .. ' 1 ' ' x. -' ' A 'MI a I " 1 I-a 'K N . I A f . I I ..l ' I I Y l I 4 , I 4 l fwffiff A fascinating job 'with voice-contacts with faraway' places may be yours when you become a telephone operator. Distance across continents, even oceans, quickly melts be- fore the s eed of the tele hone network at our command. P P Y , For high school graduates Who qualify, here's inter- - esting important Work with good pay and opportunities for advancement, in a company knowa all over the South as a good place to Work. . V imnnw ,D , ,.,,.. 5, 45' ,- X SOUTHERN BELL TELEPHONEf AND TELEGRAPH COMPANY t 'V 2, f -gg X .541 5 Deal- pdf' 4z'fC PQ5!?5'T3!' il S 5 .A 1 f 4 A 5 Q f I I -I Miss Paschal: And what is a skeleton? John: A guy inside out with his outside off. Windmill Drive-In and Dining Room Compliments of 'SF01' Ihe best darn foorl you ever alell' C 0 R R E L L M South I-IAMBURCI-:Rs FRENCH FRIES P66 i1.- 764-6 Night 6456 i' 12.2421641441 Qlaml 1201 Hillsboro Street RALEIGH, N. C. Joi: S. CoRRELI., Owner ,k Always a Complete Stock of Fresh Flowers at Reasonable Prices Compliments of PERIOR TO E C0 PAN Raleigh, North Carolina "What could be more sad," said Mrs. Clayton, "than a man without a country? "A country without a man," answered Ann Hartzog. MISS Fulcherz Repeat in your own words, "I see the cow. The cow can run The cow is pretty." Bobby: Lamp de cow. Ain't she a beaut? Ah say, baby, she sure can step. PEACE COLLEGE COURSES OFFERED 1. Standard Junior College Courses 2. General Junior College Courses 3. Two-year Standard Courses in Home Economics 4. One- and Two-year Commercial Courses tCregg Systemj 5. Two years of High School work 6. Special Courses in Art, Music, etc. EDUCATIONAL RECOGNITION ACCREDITED by the Southern Association of Schools and Colleges, by the North Carolina College Conference, and by the North Carolina State Department of Public Instruction. MEMBER of the American Association of Junior Colleges. SPECIAL FEATURES LIMITED number of students, intimate home surroundings. Individual attention to students. Wholesome religious atmosphere. Highly trained faculty. Modern equipment. AN INVITATION is extended to all Morson and Broughton girl graduates to attend PEACE COLLEGE. We have adequate facilities for their com- fort at Peace, and the large number of Raleigh girls in our attendance from year to year is a source of pride to us. ir For Catalogue Address WILLIAM C. PRESSLY PRESIDENT PEACE COLLEGE Raleigh, North Carolina Sara: My hips are the best looking in high school. John: I'11 put mine up against them. 2. L ,. gi ' AJ ., , fbffi' "' L 14 4 75' 'AAO 1117 ' Mr. Plylerz Where do all th b g g nter? Bobby: Search me. Mr. Plylerz No thank J t t d t k LI CONGRATULATIONS and BEST WISHES TO THE GRADUATING CLASS of 1 9 4 9 RALEIGH SEA FOOD COMPANY RALEIGH, NORTH CAROLINA Ann K.: It's only six o'c1ock and I told you to come after supper. Henry I.: That's what I came after. For Happy Motoring STOP AT MORRISSETTS ESSO STATION 2812 Hillsboro Street RALEIOII, NORTII CAROLINA Phone 9241 "Our Care Saves Wear" uuie U omlrle "The Capitafs Store for Menu 311 FAYETTEVILLE STREET RALEIGH, NORTH CAROLINA Z YELLO CAB RELIABLE TRANSPORTATION 5311 DIAL 5311 Charles Caldwell in Class: Now I lay me down to sleep, The 1ecture's dry, the subjects deepg Ifh h ld 'tbfrlwake e s ou qu1 e o e , Give me a poke for goodness sake! PA K D C PR CARS Mc Leod JG Watson POWELL-STEWART 'A' Packard BOTANY 500 Sales and Service Tailored by Dar-OH 419 S. Wilmington Street i PHONE PHONE CLIPPER CRAFT 7 2 1 4 2 - 2 1 3 1 PEERLESS MASTER CLEANERS and For a Dowel or Building Material for a Home, See Us DYERS CAPITOL CITY LUMBER COMPANY Hillsboro Street Main Plant 516-518 Fayetteville Street PHONE l' 'E 6493 Z RALEIGH, N' C' "Curtis Woodwork" The Duke of Windsor: The thing that impressed me most about America i way the parents obey their children.-Readers Digest. s the Father: Do you know what happens to liars when they die? Johnny: Yes, sir, they lie still. MITCHELL PRINTING J. M. THOMPSON 5' CO. COMPANY Equipped to Handle Any Size .lab General Contractor BOOK BINDING RULING Since 1921 WEDDING INVITATIONS 115 W. Hargett Street DIAL 8821 Compliments of Compliments of C. P. SAN DLIN "Complete Line of Home and F urniturev ARROW LAUNDRY 128 E. Martin Sr. PHONE 3-3422 RALEIGH, N. C. A Meal of Delight Awaits Your Pleasure at Raleigh,s Hamburger Heaven HAM AND Eccs HASHED BRowN PoTAToEs HAMBURGERS CHEESEBURGERS WAFFLES And All Your Favorite Foods - at -7 ff THE BLUE TUWER LOCATED NEAR THE INTERSECTION OF HILLSBOR0 AND GLENWOOD Congratulations Class of 349 Chinaman: You tellee me where railroad depot? Citizen: What's the matter, John? Lost? Chinaman: No' me here. Depot lost. May we all travel through the world and sow it thick with friendship." P N E W H 0 R I Z 0 N S A new world awaits those of you who leave to face higher education or tht- business world. A new world is waiting for all who have faulty Vision- . Hld 5 e Lu a 5' 5 ' OPTICIANS Saint Mory's School and Junior College RICHARD G. STONE, President RALEIGH, NORTH CAROLINA High school graduates are offered two years of standard college work. The curriculum also includes llth and 12th grades of high school work. All academic courses fully accredited hy the Southern Association. Excellenl Courses in Art, Business, Expression, Home Economics and Music Departments with Tuition inclzulefl in General Charge. TWENTY-ACRE CAMPUS - FIELD SPORTS - GYMNASIIIM - TENNIS INDOOR TILEI1 SWIMMING Pool, - ll0RSl-IBACK RIDING - GOLF RESIDENT AND DAY-STUDENTS Write for Catalogue ana' View Book i Co-Ed: Does the professor like you? Ditto: Oh, he must. At least every marks. paper he hands back is covered with kiss NATIONAL PURE FOOD MARKET INC. Complete Line Quality Meats Fancy Groceries - Produce DIAL 4-186 208 East Martin Street - Raleigh, N. C. Visit the WAKE CAFE "For the Best in Foodsn i' 108 South Wilmington Street RALEIGH, N. C. NICK RUSSOS HATTERS st CLEANERS 37 Years Satisfactory Service All Garments Are Insured Against Fire Compliments of STEPHENSON APPLIANCE COMPANY Th or ef! "Your F rzgzdalre Dealer Office 81 Plant Branch Office "'l'l'li Phone 41669 Phone 7746 ,I 120 S. Blount st. 124 s. Salisbury st. RALAIGH' N' C' RAWLS MOTOR COMPANY DESOTO -:- PLYMOUTH 4-05-7 Fayetteville Street RALEIGH Gee, I feel full. How full? Awful! 5 JOB P. WYATT S N CO. Hardware -:- Paints -:- Seeds Farm Implements Raleigh, North Carolina 1881 1949 K Tris vi' N K, kk - 1 t A p E b yt ,,,.,',-QMMFA C9 U A ' L Tlgglgii Qpligslllg 5 i 1 ,,fi2g-fZ'Ifl1- l1E:il'9"", Uil ' iifisfiw 1 1 f 1 1:11712 uw, 1 ' ,. fi'g.:l,,,. bf- -"vn wad ffvhff' ,gif ff 5 lg mill! 1' - , f 5 -' ' VL' l I , il -J . 1 WT 1 Ml!- "" - 1 . . 1 ' The Showplace of the Carolinas ACHIEVEMENT Never gained easily -- the graduates diploma is a symbol of a truly great Achievement - one in which every graduate may take pride for all his life. The Achievement of gain- ing 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. .f yf- I 1 I 261-1 1 1 Q I ' 1 . . 0 .., 4 5? .-! , Tommy Taylor: Honey, while we're sitting out here in the moonlight I want to ask you a question. Catherine Bikle: Yes, my darling? Tommy: Could we move over a little? I'm sitting on a nail. Compliments of R. E. Quinn C1 Co RALEIGH MACK SALES 1 FURNITURE l dll!! STOVES Your Raleigh Mack Dealer DIAL 4.471 'A' BUSES - TRUCKS i RALEIGH, N. C. FIRE ENGINES 3 C6999 W! W , 1 Miss McDearman: What would you expect if you left K out of KCO3? Joe Neil: I'd expect to get a zero. The Best in Boys' Wear Sizes 1 to 12 Tire and Battery C0 CHIPS Twlcs PALM BEACH Adlers Childrens Shop 7 West Hargett Street PHONE 6679 HlLL'S INC. 105 S. Wilmington St. Raleigh, N. C. DIAL 8172 HARLEY-DAVIDSON SALES Dayton and Fisk Tires Bicycles A Fishing Tackle Willard Batteries SP""i"g Goods Boats and Outboard Motors REPAIRS TO ALL Compliments of STATE DISTRIBUTINO CORP. Raleigh, North Carolina INSTITUTIONAL FOODS Mrs. Loy: Why must we always keep our hands neat and clean? Betty Mac: Because company may come in any minute! Compliments of MARION B. MED!-IN Exterminating Company REAL ESTATE and INSURANCE "All Work Guaranteed . . . Experienced Workmenn TELEPHONE 35707 PHONE 2.3750 11616 W. Martin Street 304- South Salisbury Street CAROLINA HARDWARE COMPANY Jobbers 233-35 South Wilmington Street PHONE 2-0531 RALEIGH, NORTH CAROLINA .BEN L. RHUE 81 CO. DECQRATORS PAINTING -:- PAPERING DISTINCTIVE WALLPAPER DIAL 7300 614 South Salisbury Street '- ,Hi ,- of the State.' ful c odern fireproof do It ies wi nerou rov1 ' so 'a . 'L ' f' - ' . ' ' . A Youth lunder, m od a st gle, oldg reg et I W ,li F M X ' . ,A A ' Aj 1 rf MV X ' ' 13 f , x . 0 w o L G W!! N K' 9 L EDI libe a coueg 'uthem fvgliation to of Q ges and ar mais, A e ca soci t' M f Un om so iatgo of A r' an ' ersities. lx, GR S E e c al Pr r m i t of hr My f chara r a ervicex i i guEK1 or' 6 student ff! 0IlJl'S.f cel nt lib ac' ti A. Effective olgor m. 3 ' If TTRACT1 E lo on ' al d ional X act J i1 X- A f 1 a s. l' Br P ' r Q , U. , 9 . XX. , . ff Lx xx ' . I Y q r ' ' M ' ' I fix' ife ue c7ff older fLNiew.s. 7 CARLYLE C BELL, 'Prem 1 X- 1 1 L ' RALEIGH, NORTH CAROLINAL 5: xg .x A 5.9 Y' , X -LAS S We Q! Vw J , ,- ff .. I' . R . - --- 'i 41' ii t , JN "Well, Alfred, what do you want to be when you grow up?" Alfred: A man. Compliments of CITY SANDWICH SHOP Compliments of KING'S MARKET H 81 H TIRE RETREADING CO. RECAPPING : VULCANIZINC Dial 2-0492 119 East Davie Street McCreary Tires and Tubes Compliments of SIR WALTER BARBER SHOP In the Basement of Sir Walter Hotel Compliments of Maytag Sales 81 Service Complete Appliance Service I MC'-EI-I-AN S NORGE and MAYTAG i APPISIANCES Dial 4228 RALEIGH, N. C. . 114 East Martin Street 230 Fayetteville Street PHONE 3-5151 Compliments of MAYEIVS OUTLET STORE COME T0 SEE US 206 East Martin Street CONGRATULATIONS TO CLASS or '49 MORTON'S SUNDRY 1' NSHOP Western Boulevard Fountain Service, Cosmetics and Patent Medicines Hotel Signs! 113 Guests who are baseball players and want exercise will find a,pitche every table. C29 Guests who wake up hungry can take a roll in bed. I' Compliments of We Sell Watches - Diamonds PooIe's Beauty Shoppe ,411 Kinds Jewelry and Luggage "T he Capital City's Largest" l Serving Raleigh for 23 Years RALEIGH LOAN OFFICE 223 S. Wilmington Street DIAL 4904 RALEIGH, N. C. Motor Bearings 81 Parts Companyy of Raleigh, Inc. JOBBERS OF STANDARD BRANDS OF REPLACEMENT PARTS PHONE 2-3961 415 S. Salisbury Street RALEIGH, NORTH CAROLINA i C0"lPlime'U5 of Congratulations from WAKE TAXI COMPANY , Wilson Uzzle, Inc. Dial 6764 Oldsmobile - Cadillac Rent a New Car . . . Sales and Service Drive it Yourself! 421 Fayetteville Street YOU DRIVE-IT DIAL 6992 RALEIGH, N. C. Miss Penny: What did you write on Ham G.: Paper. for English? Compliments of See H ERRI NG SASH CAROLINA TRACTOR Gnd and DOOR COMPANY EQUIPMENT CO. Phon 5880 Hillsboro Road "CATERPILLAR" b . . I Fine Building Material Compliments of CAROLINA CONCRETE BLOCK COMPANY "Concrete and Cinder Blocksn PHONE 44-61 Hillsboro Road Compliments of WAYSIDE FUR I URE H E 446' F17 W illsboro Road 1 2 Miles Beyond Meredith College CONGRATULATIONS N. C. THEATRES, INC. Operators of Ambassador, State, Palace r Capitol and Varsity, 4642 Motion Pictures Are Your Best Entertainment I1 . ,EI W l xk. N' '. QQKTQN M "What is the best way to r ' 3159 cabbage?" 'With a f0I'k." CONGRATULATIONS, SENIORS RALEIGH OFFICE ffvm SUPPLY CO. "Complete Ofice Equipment fl Supplies" SHOE SHOP an 1 P. 0. Box 261 no East Hargmt Street 118 E. Marlin St. Phones 8714 - 3-6761 RALEIGH, N. C- RALEIGH, N. C. Phone 7159 V ROBERTS-LEWIS 5.92.9955 Hb al' IH I TFC' Telephone 3-3761 Complete Line Groceries 123 South Salisbury Street and Meats J. D. SNAKENIIIIRG Raleigh, N. C. FREE DELIVERY 7 F L O W E R S ' BY FALLONS ARE DISTINCTIVE . J. FALLON CO., INC. We Crow the Flowers We Congratulations, Seniors! JOHNSON'S .1 EWELERS 14 East Hargett Street C zpli nts of J EONIS CO. ' xclusive Line of Libby Products" RALEIGH, N. C. OVER 5,000 REELS ENTERTAINMENT EDUCATIONAL RELIGIOUS Films for Schools, Churches, Clubs, Homes National Film Service 14-20 Glenwood Avenue T1-1. 3-2824 - 3-2825 n - . Cm eras Projectors - Screen Accessories Sonny: Aw, pop, I don't wanta study arithmetic. Pop: What, a son of mine grow up and not be able to figure u and batting averages? Never. p baseball score S TEACHERS W M W ow' 'lo W W . J X- W W W W 1 X oo e I 99' Q NATIONS F91 YES teachers 'ire vitally important to you and to every g od citizen- W - , . , o W yet today, as you well know, there are far from enough fully qualifed W teachers in our schools. What can you do to help solve the serious ' school-teacher shortage? p W You CAN no Tnlslv-airy W First: Check up on educational conditions in your local schools. SeC0l1dZ Work with civic groups and school boards seeking to improve teachers, working and living conditions. The joint effort of forward-looking citizens can and must save this situation-for the sake of our children and our country. Printed as a public service by EDWARDS 8: BROUGHTON COMPANY Printers : Stationers : Lithographers : Engravers Raleigh, North Carolina W W W f L-I , , ffiwfniwfif eee e 4 1 J .KEZM-eazezz ,und A Meredith url ygwafgg, f,fL4,,.47 E Q I .' 4' E v Q! Z I, I 7 AL! I I 'C-f..4J C9-wa g,,,Q,gg,A ,eil . 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