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

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WMVX, '67 4-f-,Leif Ped U 'Q f Nui, ,L THE 1951 LATIPAC Pubhshed by the Senlor Class of NEEDHAM B BROUGHTON HIGH SCHOOL Ralelgh North Carohna NIAHQ, mm DUNL xx HOLI FLFMINC, Ldztor I Ch cj Buaznnss Vlanagcl PEGGY SNIIIH LAURA HELEN PASLHAL ldldlflblllg 'llanagu Adzzsu a Q 1 Q o 1 W 1 1v1 w lv rv 1 1 A L' IA. ,A 11 . - , .,. , -ll-,Z '.l 3 'ww wx rf w A I .,- . Af ,. .l.,. - si ,ff:f+f1 , fff ' "' PM fgwfi:t:."n ., V Wi ' 1:5 if i. ' " .. ' Q ,MW X V-vm lf, J, , - -I5-L Z "":'ff'.gk R ww' fm L ,R :von 4 9 I? 'o 'fr 9 . h I N. ,V f. gk! 3,1 , -1 , H. ' fi-fav: JL J "' Vw . . 9 v "' 'Q bore word To g1V9 you a p1cture of our hlgh school 11fe we present the 1951 LATIPAC At the bCgll1I1lHg of the book you found the f1rst Dlcture of Broughton from the a1r BGS1dGS the usual plctures of faculty and students we have tr1ed to get lnformal shots of the clubs and the dCt1V1tlGS that are typlcal of our school 11fe Some of these are found 1n the athletlc sect1on others are IH the feature sectxon or IH the Story of the Year At the back of the book are the advertlsernents wrthout whlch th1S book would not be possxble 4 '1 ,-3 . 1 v . 1 H Q. I I v 9 . Dedlcatlon mmiwx MR JOHN PEATROSS We the semor class of 1951 ded1cate thls record of our hlgh school memor1es to a frlend A poet once th1S sentence penned The one IS rlch who has a fr1end' We read It and we thought How true' He must have had a frlend hke You' To Mr John Peatross we ded1cate th1S 1951 LATIPAC 5 Q a ! -4- wtf 1 4, - X-ev.. . rl -X xr, 15" 'ww .L'tQ'x.. . X4 Q U5 , ' 'Q V -' fn, 1 y u ' . , . . . , ' .s ' - 1 rx Admlnlstrahon M Left to rzght Mrs Sandllng Mr Gale Mr Holllday and MISS Ledden FACULTY LISTING MRS V C BANKS AB Ezghth Grade MR ROBERT A BARNES BS MA Band MISS JULIA B BARRETT AB Ezghth Grade MR HAROLD A BELLO AB Ezghth Grade MRS MARY BARBER BOYETTE AB Spamsh Englzsh MR FRANK E BRILEY BS Industrzal Arts MRS W F BRINKLEY BS Home Economzcs MISS MARY B CANNON A B M A Mathematzcs MR GILBERT CARROLL B S Englzsh MRS MAURICE H CLAYTON AB Amerzcan Hzstory World Hzstory WM Left to rzght seated MISS Paschal DIIISS Penny MISS Rose Mrs Clayton MISS Rurmlon Standmg Mrs Ladu MISS Fulcher Mrs Boyette Mrs Peacock Mrs Sharp 8 H s Keio X,-Lada, Faculty UMA, flilljm Q,lrxo4,4J-QV'f'4'6"'4,1 Q QE Y 5 9 , 4 h Drlf-'li MISS LESSIE COGDELI. A B MISS CLAIRE FREEMAN A B 'W' Plane Geometry Bzology MRS JOHN A EBERHART MISS FANNIE PEARL FULCHER A B Dzetltzan English MR LEONB FLEMING JR B S MM MR WALTER J GALE BS ME D M uszc Prmczpal MRS J E FLETCHER AB MR CARL GRAD BS MS Englzsh Latm Health Physzcal Educatzon MRS MARY SUE B FONVILLE A B M A MISS VIRGINIA HAYNES A B Ezghth Grade Health Physzcal Educatzon 7 j RWM? ' B fp ' x , .fm N 5 I Lf, I ' ! . .I A, 0 I-v Q ' Q :Aw ' , . I D VVX , .. , .. - 5 Md' . B in rs' 1 Faculty Miss ANNE HENDRICKS B S Miss GERTRUDE LEDDEN Eighth Grade Secretary MR JOSEPH Q HOLLIDAY MR ARMSTRONG MALTBIE B S Dean of Boys Miss ELLA B MCDEARMAN B A M A MR J WATSON HOLYFIELD B S Health Physzcal Education JMX MRS MILDRED JOHNSON AB MR JOHN J MITCHEL Ezghth Grade Publzc Speakzng Mathematzcs MRS TORA T LADU AB MA MR JOHN NELSON B S Spamsh French Sczence i sa! Rx! Seated left to rzght Mr Carroll Mrs Parr1sh Mrs Zac Mr Holllfield MISS Sparks gold MISS Suggs Standmg Mr Flemmg M1ssHaynes Mr Smlth Mrs Brmkley Grad 8 General Mathernatzcs Algebra ri, M and Rmg Coach . . ,A.B. . , . . X 1 F1 'ig A . , . . . . , AB. X JR N all gf O . , . ., . , . , .. jx K , Q' 'KX 'F C E A L W- A 1 N n 1 H H ' l 7' N L 'l U ' .gfiz L., I ,A yf' A 9 ,ww 1 Y' ,,.l 'I r.,, H if ,L ,f , . l .' .D , . . l , '. , . l , I , Il. I - Left to Mght around the table Mr Maltble MISS Cogdell MISS Cannon MISS Strother Mrs Fletcher M1ss McDearman Back Mlss Smaw Mlss Freeman Mr Nelson Mr Mltchell Mrs Root and Mr Tally Faculty Lzbranan Natural Sczence Bzology Mxss LAURA HELEN PASCHAL MISS ESTELLE ROSE B 5 S A A B M A J ournalzsm Englzsh Commerczal Mlss HELEN RUNNION A B M A Soczal Sczence MRS PHYLISS PEACOCK BA MA Englzsh MISS CELESTE PENNY B A MA MRS LILLIAN SANDLING A B English Dean of Gzrls French MR J E RINGGOLD B S Mas JENNIE SHARP AB Soczal Sczence Commerczal 9 .H MRS. NORMA L. PARRISH, A.B. MRS. JOHN C. RooT, A.B. . ., . . , . , . H I l . , . .I , . ., . . l , y D .Y l ' D , . ., . . ' l , 1 ' ' Faculty MIss ANNIE SMAW B S M S MR DAVID TALLY A B Algebra Soczal Sczence MR NoRWooD G SMITH B A MISS ELINOR WoLTz A B Englzsh Eighth Grade MISS DORIS SPARKS B A MRS FRANK WOOTEN JR B S Englrsh Dramatzcs Ezghth Grade MISS MELISSA STROTHER A B MRS FRANCES ZAK B S Latm Art Left to rzght Mr Br11ey Mrs Wooten Mrs Banks MISS Barrett Mrs Eberhart MISS Hendrlx Mrs Johnson Mrs Fonv111e Mr Bello and Mxss Woltz 10 , .., .. . ,.. . . ,.. , .. ,.. . , ., .. 9 ,.. . , .. K , f 3' A. 1. Av ,- - ' 1 - s - 9 1 ' x . , . , . , . 5 'OC-Nl lfwx-El Front rou left to 'rlght P D Smpes Mayor Mrs W C Pressly Second row LEWIS H Powell J C Clark and Jesse O Sanderson Th11d1ow Le-Roy Martm J F Carnage and H C G1l11s JESSE O SANDERSON Superintendent of HENRY A HELM5 Raleigh Publzc Schols Supewzsor of Schools 11 fl' ,A IS- l 'P .Q ., NL . . fi ,, I ,ES-Q J W' I .. we ' i . . . . . 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I n A . 1 I .gg Six f-Hb It ' .fi jr 4 0 . . 3' 1 '.v U H 591 OFFICERS Left to Hght Mrs Clavton Blllx Churn Mary Ann Powell Bob Wxlhamson Ann Stevenson Holt Flemlng and Qtexxe Moody Mascot As Senlors we stand betvx een the old and new Now we look back over our l'11gll future We must say good bye to our teachers to our school and to our fr1ends You hax e meant more to us than we are capable of saylng and ou1 days here w1ll hold a speclal place m our memorles Next vear many of us w1ll be golng to college others vs1ll fmd Jobs or enter the SQTVICG some wlll mirry and start homes Wherever we may be We vush to llve 1n such a way that Broughton vx1ll always be proud of us ANN STEPHENSON Senzor Class Secretary l l School days and also take a glimpse into the , . , V. , , Q 14 Lcwmifmrvv- JL MAA PM bo' L CLASS OF 1951 BARBARA MCVEIGH ANDERSON Harvard G A A sweet classical muszc Glrls Athletlc Assoclatlon 2 3 4 Treasurer and Hlklng Leader 2 Ba ketball Varsltv 2 3 4 Monogram Club 4 French Club 2 3 Treas urer 2 Engllsh Club 3 CIVICS Club 1 Muslc Appreclatlon Club 4 GRAHAM ANDERSON Gnmmy suzmmzng physzque Spanlsh Club 3 Junior H1 Y 1 Glee Club n Operetta 3 Musxc AppfeC1atlOH Club 3 Hz Tzmes Representative 2 3 Monogram Club 3 4 Swlmmlng Teaml 2 3 4 Basketball Team 1 GENE WILLIAM AUSTIN Football cvackups truck drwer typzng" Monogram Club I 2 3 4 Football Team Varslty 1 2 3 4 Svlmmmg Team 2 3 Span lsh Club 2 Hlstory Club 3 Glee Club EDWARD WHITE AVENT Eddze Martha mombone frzendly B nd 1 2 3 4 AUCl1OVlSUal Club 1 2 3 H1 Tzmes R6pYGSeHt3tlV6 3 Engllsh Club 3 French Club 3 4 L-LJJM"7 MARTHA LA VERNE BAGLEY Sweet knzttmg seen w1th twzns aluays tardy Hlstory Club 2 3 Secretary 3 Latln Club 1 2 Government Club 3 Calendar Wrlter 3 Engllsh Club 3 Secretary 3 Letter Exchange Club 3 Knlttlng Club 2 CHARLOTTE JEAN BAILEY H01 ses gzggles pretty hazr skatzng Offlce Asslstant 4 Glrls Athlet ASS Cl3tlOll 2 3 Glee Club 1 2 4 Llttl Th Span lsh Club 4 lstory Clu I W cs Club 1 Plays 4 om is Dj.,-D' I N 0 NSE BAIL mg Tr O IC As sta 4 g a re 2 lag N o stor n h Q W The Quee Club Spams ' u ln M er o Make Com u e D Llttl C u tary H 'X o 1 ec etarg THEO E THOMAS BAL GER III Dry Wzt Odor d1o Vzsual Latln Ii!-16 Times Representatlve l Au 1 ISU ternatlonal Rela lub 4 Queen of W at Arms of Fresh Ha 74. 1 , .,.., K 43 1.553553 3 M . 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'S 'K 5 ' 6 I -Q fx SENIORS 'Na I KARL LEE BARKLEY Countm notes professor Karlos lover Servlce Club 4 Student Counc1l 4 Sgt at Arms 4 Executlve Councll of Student Coun C11 4 Pres1dent Junlor Class Marshal 3 4 H1 Y 3 4 Sgt at Arms 4 Jr CIVIC Councvl 3 Aud1o VISUH1 Club 2 3 V108 Pres1dent 3 Pres1dent Homeroom 3 Band 2 3 Junlor H1 Y 2 Engl1sh Club 3 Pres1dent 3 Lat1n Club 2 Sen1or Play 4 JIMMY R BARNES Motorcycle qulet Arr Corps Off1c ASSlSt3Ht 3 Mamtenance Club 2 3 Government Club 4 EDITH PAGE BEALE Page pretty hands shorthand wzz Spamsh Club 3 4 Enffl1sh Club 3 Llttle Theater 4 Kn1tt1ng Club 3 Future Home makers of Amer1ca 2 HISIOFIBH 2 YTeens 2 3 4 G1rls Athletlc Assoc1at1on 4 WALLACE PRIMM BORNEMANN Wally 5 Poznts Pharmacy Audio Vlsual AUd1O VISUHI Club 3 4 Glee Club 3 Upper SCICHCC Club 3 Spanlsh Club 3 Engllsh Club 3 Industrxal Arts Club 4 FRED RUSH BOST Raclng cuttzng up trurnpe B nd 1 2 3 4 Latln Club 1 2 Eng Club 3 VICE Pres1dent Hz Tunes Representa t1ve 4 MARY CAROLYNE BRIGGS Halr men lzl wazst clothes Teen Age Book Club 2 3 Internat1onal Re lat1ons Club 4 H1story Club 1 French Club 2 3 Government Cub 4 Engl1 lu 1 3 B A L WE YN BROWN S e yum men New B rn L e T a r om V108 Presld nt C u s y Club 3 Gove n ok Club 3 Tre s ur r s A re 1 o lub 3 Glee Te ns Arms 2 Engltsh Club Club 3 4 Operef representatlve 1 am 2 3 Baby Sltter AZ L: 1111 I' 10", !'4'f'z"":i' tl 'llfuff 6-f1'fLQl I 753 ff, l1L,1v, "i2a.,,' 6' 'D ls, lid' I f LLETEHROWNING Paratrooper vozce krazy Cathedral Latm Hlgh School 3 Football Var slty 3 Llttle Theater 3 Monogram Club 3 Glee Club 3 4 H1story Club 3 4 French Club 2 3 Engllsh Club 1 2 3 4 BETTE RUTH CAMPEN Tzny State those Jokes' Englxsh Club 1 H1StOfy Club 1 MUSIC Appre c1at1on Club 3 Glee Club 3 Future Home makers of Amerlca 2 YTeens 1 Llbrary Assxstant 2 NORMA LORAINE CARROLL Wzllzng worker Mack State College Outmg Club Span1sh Club 3 4 Hlstory Club 3 Llbrary ASS1StaHt 1 2 3 Enghsh Club 2 3 Llttle Theater 4 Glee Club 1 2 3 G1rls Athletlc Assoclatlon 2 3 Y Teens 1 Operettas 1 2 Make up Commlttee Sen1or Play 4 RALPH NORWOOD CARROLL Nasty pretty eyes track Stompers Span1sh Club 3 4 Treasurer 3 Hlstory Club 4 Presldent 4 Engllsh Club 1 2 3 4 Ma1n tenance Club 2 Junlor H1 Y 2 Newspaper Reporter 4 Monogram Club 2 3 4 Football Team J V 2 Football Team Vars1ty 4 Bas ketball Team J V 2 Basketball Team V3fS1ty 4 Track Team 1 2 3 4 DIANTHA THOMAS CARTER Pretty clothes zce skatmg sweet Span1sh Club 3 4 Secretary 4 Engllsh Club 3 Lat1n Club 1 2 Government Club 4 MUSIC Apprec1at1on Club 3 Student Councll 1 Glee Club 4 G1rls Athletlc Assoc1at1on 2 4 Pro gram and Tlcket Comrnlttee for Semor Play 4 L1ttle Theater 4 Y Teens 1 2 LEWIS LYNN CAVINESS That walk behmd the candy bar frzendly Lat1n Club 1 2 Upper Sclence Club 3 Aud1o Vlsual Club 1 2 Track Team 3 ALEX BEDDINGFIELD CHERRY Hot rod Felzx zg typ1st" Span1sh Club 3 Government Club 4 Pres1dent of Senate 4 T1mer for Basketball Games 3 Offlce Ass1stant 1n Gym 3 Audlo Vlsual Club 2 3 4 H1story Club 3 WILLIAM LEROY CHURN Swzmmzng team Bzlly women kzller" Span1sh Club 3 4 Sgt At Arms 3 4 H1stor5 Club 1 Sgt At Arms Engllsu Club 3 H1 Times Representatwe 3 4 Jun1or H1 Y 1 2 H1 Y3 4 VICE Pres1dent4 Stage Crew 2 Sgt at Arms of Semor Class Student Councll 4 H1Y Mlnstrel 3 4 Monogram Club 3 4 Basketball Team J V 2 Track Team 1 2 3 4 Swlmmlng Team 3 4 y I 61f'LT961' 'LY 31,41 In I 1 A, 1 I ,IV f I I 'ff 4 5 Z tiff f s I 1 'I f -- ' I m 'cs I ' fn I 1 0 V , . 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FRANK BENNETT DAY "Cat" . . . cutting up. . . "Pat" . . .sharp clothes Latin Club 1, 23 Government Club 43 English Club 3, Vice-President3 History Club 3, Sgt.- at-Arms3 Social Dance Club 23 Student Coun- cil 33 Band 1, 2, 3, 43 Monogram Club 2, 3, 43 Junior Varsity Football Team 13 Track Team 2, 3, 4. LUTHER L. DeVAUN Dodge . . . crew cut . . .friendly . . . cute clothes Civics Club, Sergeant-at-Arms3 Travel Club 2, President: Industrial Arts Club 3, Sergeant- at-Arms. HUBERTA CARYL DIXON Traveler . . . arguing . . . giggling Spanish Club 3, 4, President 33 Office Assist- ant 33 Green Thumb Club 23 English Club 33 Latin Club 1, 2, Vice-President 23 Spanish Conversation Club 33 Y-Teens 3, 4: Girls' Athletic Association 33 Refreshment Commit- tee of Junior-Senior 33 Mizpah Devotionals 33 Winged Words 4, Secretary. RICHARD WARREN DOSHER i50 Ford . . . blonde . . . Dickie . . . "Arch,' Latin Club 13 History Club 2, 3, 43 Current Science Club 33 Arts and Crafts Club 23 LATIPAC Staff 43 Hi-Times Representative 43 Hi-Times Staff 4. PATRICIA BURNETT DOWELL Hi-Times . . . Pat . . . vocabulary . . . worrying French Club 3, 4, Vice-President, 33 Office Assistant 23 Y-Teens 23 History C ub 33 Eng- lish Club 33 Green Thumb Club 3, Treasurer3 Hi-Times Staff 4, Managing Editor' Proof- reading Editor of Winged Words 43, Girls' Athletic Association 23 Girl Scouts 31. JUNE ELIZABETH DRIVER Smiles . . . R.A.D .... vitality Spanish Club 3, 4, Secretary 43 English Club 33 Latin Club 1. 2, Treasurer 23 Little Theater 3, 43 Social Dance Club 23 Y-Teens 33 Stage Crew 13 Junior Varsity Cheerleader 23 Make- up Committee of "Miss Jimmy"3 Football Spon- sor 4. ' MARY ELIZABETH DUKE Troubles . . . Home Ec .... Buster's twin . . . Office Assistant 3, 43 Spanish Club 3, 43 Eng- lish Club 33 Latin Club 13 Little Theater 4: Home Room Secretary 1: Vice-President of Jr. Class3 Business Manager of Hi-Times 43 Y-Teens 1, 23 Stage Crew 2, 3. 43 Prompter in "Miss Jimmy": May Court 2: Decorating Com- mittee for Jr.-Sr. 3. 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Q t 1 X ' . , . ,.A'sX, yk ERIC DAVIS POTTER N H S bramy lzttlc man sellmg hard drznks Natlonal Honor SOCl6tV 3 4 Forum and De bate Club 2 3 VICE Pres1dent 2 Latln Club 1 2 Pres1dent 1 Engllsh Club 3 DOROTHY NORFLEET POWELL Dot blonds popularity R A D Student Councll 2 Spanlsh Club 3 4 Hlstory Club 2 3 Pres1dent 3 Lat1n Clubl 2 Soclal Dance Club 2 YTeens 3 Teen Age Book Club 3 L1ttle Theater 4 MARY ANN POWELL Tall n slendm collecting dues Fran s frlend Treasurer of Senlor Class Homeroom Treas urer 3 Secretary 4 LATIPAC Staff 4 Fresh man Ed1tor 4 H1 Tzmes Staff 4 Exchange Ed1tor 4 Decoratlon Commlttee of Junlor Senlor 3 Usher for Senlor Play REBECCA JOHNSON POWERS Becky M1ss Vogue slznk H1 Tzmes Statf 4 Sponsor 1 Engllsh Club 3 V1ce Pres1dent 3 Future Teachers of Amer1ca 3 Y Teens 1 2 MAX RORGE BYR PRESSLY You reasure t nt COUHCII 4 Serv1ce Club 4 Natlonaz Honor Society 45 Span1sh Club 3 4 Preslde 4 l b 1 2 Monogram Cub 2 3 4 'fb 'Tgam Manager 2 3 Swlmmmg Team 2 3 4 H1 Y 4 Hz Tzmes Representatlve 2 3 H1 Tzmes Staff 4 Sports Edxtor 4 EDWARD REYNOLDS PRICE No Joke N H S Mr Edltor gemus Chalrman Student Cooperatwe Commxttee of Student Councll 4 Serv1ce Club 4 Natlonal Honor SOClBty 3 4 Pres1dent 3 Spanlsh Club 3 4 LATIPAC Staff 3 4 Marshal 4 Ht Tunes Ed1tor 1n Chlef 4 F1na11st State Latln Contest 2 Homeroom Pres1dent 3 TURNER THOMAS PRICKETT Tommy Cadillac Harrzet Band 1 2 4 School Store 3 4 Audlo Vlsual Club 2, Latln Club 1, 2, Engllsh Club 2 3. Industrxal Arts Club 3, Shop Superv1sor 3, Government Club 4 ROSE MARIE PRUITT Always late Hank typing French Club 2, 3 Hlstory Club 3, Engllsh Club 3, Commerclal Offlce Asslstant 4, Glee Club 2, Sewlng Box 3, L1tt1e Theater 4, Future Homemakers of Amer1ca 2, 'LR1d1Hg Down the Sky' 2 Advertlsmg Commlttee of Semor Play 02414. rf.L4.eQ,, CLASS OF 1 95 1 4,105 r I' s V ' '1"L.1 Lf 4AfU 7 v f fa 5'-E, X411 J nga' ul I" I, , . 29 F . , . . F' I J so M5 'lvl ' ' 'N 4 'Q' Nu J Al i K I ,A I K, K 4' 4 ' I 0 D , J J- ' 'X ' ' i 2 t 5749 l if I .,n r. I :- 1 ' Y I at -Q f SENIORS EUGENE RANEY 'J J MY E ROPER Bug office assistant My Flrst Date lla audzo v1 al clothes Homeroom Representatxve Pres1dent 4 H1 ll Splrtanbur lgh School 1 Homeroom Ser Tzmes 2 Latln Club 1 2 H1StOFy Club 3 Spanlsh Club 3 4 OfflC9 Asslstant 4 Engllsh Club 3 Photography Club 3 Green Thumb 2 I 'i 1 1 I V ffl f ir " an .1 .Mex SfMflfHf' ' Patsy fenms S Mary s Ke ub-1 Mem councu 1 Lam Club 1 2 Gove ment Club 4 Hlstory Club 3 Mono gram ubflf 4 Tennxs Team 2 3 4 Hz Tdrief Represen t.1 e 1 Electlons Commlttee RB R GMA: Herb e ra Q rwe erge at Ar s of 1or 1 e x Club gr m am 2 W Tea PATRICIA ANNE ROBERTS Pat pzano player ta glee club Glee Club 1 2 3 4 Old Fashloned Charm 3 Glrls Athletlc Assoclatlon 1 Band 1 Green Thumb Club 2 Engllsh Club 2 3 Spanlsh Club 3 4 gean t Arms 3 Model Club 2 Audxo Vxsual Clu 3 4 Hlstory Club 3 Spamsh Club 3 4 NANCY EMILYN SANDERSON Style plus baby face Bobby LATIPAC Staff 4 Little Theater 3 4 Latm Club 1 2 Enghsh Club Secretary 3 H1St0Ty Club 3 Soclal Dance Club 2 Y Teens 1 2 Commlttee Sophomore Dance 2 Decoratlons Commlttee of Jumor Semor 3 CIVICS Club 1 Hz Tzmes Staff 4 SYLVIA SATISKY Tmy always laughmg fvzendly Glee Club 1 2 4 Rldlng Down The Sky 2 Glrls Athletxc Assoc1at1on 4 Future Home makers of Amerlca 1 Travel Club 3 Govern ment Club 4 Enghsh Club 3 Hlstory Club 3 French Club 2 3 JANE SAVAGE Je peaches n cream complexzon vzvaczty Polnts Commlttee of Student Councll 3 Cha1r man of Hosp1tal1ty Commlttee 4 Glee Club 3 Treasurer 3 H1 Tzmes Staff 2 Nose For News Club 3 Lxttle Theater 4 Make Up Commlttee for Senlor Play May Court 2 Y Teens l 2 3 SETVICG Tr1angle Chalrman 2 Kr ' 4' , F .1 1 f , , 1 - , , . 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LUCILLE DUKE SPIKES Ntce n quzet typtng Clayton Clayton Hlgh School 1 2 Natlonal Beta Club 1 2 G1rl Scouts 1 H1stor1an 1 LATH-'Ac Staff 4 Typlng Edxtor 4 Commerclal Off1ce Asslst ant 4 Y Teens 4 L1ttle Theater 4 Psychology Club 2 Muslc Appreclatlon Club 3 Enghsh Club 3 Hlstory Club 3 Spanlsh Club 2 3 JEAN PRIVETTE SPIVEY Vozce cheermg smzltng eyes Bob French Club 3 4 Treasurer 3 HlSt0Fy Club Glee Club 1 2 3 4 Secretary 2 Llttle Theater 3 4 Hlstorlan 3 Y Teens 1 Varslty Head Cheerleader 2 Mald of Honor 1n May Court 2 Homeroom Secretary 1 3 Marshall 3 4 JOHN G SPRINKLE Frtendly seen wzth Edwzn 6th perzod Englzsh Cary Hlgh School 2 Llbrary 2 3 Good Lxsten mg Club 2 Bl010gy 2 Debatmg Club 3 NANNETTE ROSE STARLING Basketball Olds typzng whzz Glee Club 1 2 4 Gxrls Monogram Club 4 Secretary 4 LATIPAC Staff 4 Glrls Sports Edltor 4 Sports Cornmlttee Student COUHC11 4 Gxrls Athletlc Assoc1at1on 2 3 4 Team Captaln 2 3 Varslty Basketball 2 3 4 Soft ball Vars1ty 2 3 4 Volleyball Varslty 2 3 JACQUELYN STEED Nat1onal Honor Soc1ety 3 4 Treasurer Serv1ce Club Pres1dent 3 4 Secretary or Sophomore Class Homeroom Pres1dent 3 Vlce Pres1dent 4 Marshal 3 4 Student Coun c1l 1 2 Chalrman of Student Councll 4 Lwttle Theater 4 Muslc Apprec1at1on Club 2 Latln Club 1 Pres1dent 2 Engllsh Club 3 Secretary OfflCe Asst Glee Club 1 2 Y Teens 1 2 3 Treas 2 Stage Crew 3 4 Queen of Heart Court 3 May Queen 2 Sponsor 3 SHIRLEY ANN STEPHENSON Y Teen worrzes offlce sweet YTeens 1 2 3 4 Pres1dent4 Natlonal Honor Socxety 4 SCFVICS Club 3 4 Student Councll 1 3 Secretary of Semor Class 4 Psychology Club 2 3 Pres1dent 2 Latm Club 1 2 Eng lxsh Club 2 3 Treasurer 2 Off1ce Asslstant 3 4 Spamsh Club 3 4 JOHN W STEPHENSON Behtnd the scenes John Henry dependable Co Chalrman of Stage Commlttee 4 Sta Crew 2 3 4 Pres1dent 4 Servlce Club 4 Stu dent Councll 4 Llttle Theater 4 DAVID TERRY JR Seen wzth Mac Martha Terry Tool Government Club 4 Secretary 4 Englxsh Club 3 Secretary 3 Lalm Club 1 2 Llttle Theater 4 Forum and Debate Club 2 Monogram Club 2 3 4 Track Team 2 3 4 Boy Scouts 1 Homeroom Treasurer 3 . ., Y. , Y , 3 S Y A 9 - 9 ' Y . 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I I - . .LC v a y v 1 -' I . , . - .. ,, H I ,, Y 1 v v 3 , , , Z Y Y Y , LARRY ALAN TIPPETT Good looking Casanova beachcomber Junlor H1 Y 1 2 Secretary 1 Englxsh Club 3 Latm Club 1 2 Sergeant at Arms 1 LATIPAC Club 2 Monogram Club 3 4 Swlmmlng Team LARRY CORDELL TONEY rx and curly hazr frzendly S 1Sh Club 3 4 Hlstory Club 3 Engllsh Cl 3 Travel Club 3 V106 Presldent 3 Upper Sclence Club 2 Band 3 4 Glee Club 1 Junlor H Y1 2 ANN MARIE TRENT Poogze lzttle talkmg machme Glee Clubl 2 3 4 Operettasl 2 3 Glrls Athletlc Assoclatlon 2 Muslc Appreclatlon Club 3 Engllsh Club 3 Llbrary Asslstant 4 H1storyClub3 SpaI11ShC1Ub3 4 Y Teensl 2 HULDAH RUTH TURNER Synthetzc Semor Leon Band Engllsh Club 2 Lat1n Club 1 2 MUSIC Appre c1at1on Club 1 Band 1 2 4 Glrls Athletlc Assoc1at1on 4 REBEKAH WILLIAMS UPCHURCH That walk Kztty Becky Spanlsh Club 3 4 Engllsh Club 2 Latm Club 1 2 Future Teachers of Amer1ca 3 Pres1dent C131 Dance Club 2 LATIPAC Staff 4 H1 Tlmes Representatlve 4 Y Teens 1 2 3 4 MISS Jlmmy 4 JEANETTE NASH WEAVER Haw Nette servzce cute Spanxsh Club 3 4 V1ce Presldent 3 Engllsh Club 3 Secretary 3 Latln Club 1 2 V1ce Presldent 1 Secretary 2 Nat1ona1 Honor Soc1ety 4 Y Teens 1 2 3 4 Secre y 2 Treasurer 4 Glrls Athletlc Assoclatlon 2 Spanlsh Conversatlon Club 3 VICE Pres1dent 3 B1OlOgy Club 2 Secretary of Homeroom 3 Decoratlons Commlttee for Sophomore Dance Program Comm1ttee for Junlor Senlor 3 LARRY BERT WHITFORD Curly" blue eyed blond ta Spanlsh Club 3 4 H1story Club 3 Engllsh Club 3 Muslc Apprec1at1on Club 3 4 Model ub 2 Glee Club 1 3 4 Alla Sea MARGARET O CONNELL WILLIAMS Peeps St Marys haw cure Spamsh Club 4 V1ce Pres1dent 4 Government Club 4 Clerk 4 V1ce Presldent of Homeroom 4 Soclal Dance Club 2 Secretary of Student Counc1l 2 Y Teens 1 2 t . . ' r . f '- , , 5 ' 5 , . ' ' I Q g . 2 ' . 2, 3, 14. r - 'ts . I . ' . . . ' ! . . . , 5 A I , ' 1 , - 1 . , 1 , : 1 1- , . I , ,U , 1 - , . :Q 'I ' , ' : I : 1 3 , 3 - , - . U 5 , , L ' AK ' J! . , 3 . ' Z , Q I 7 1 35 Little Theater 4, Sergeant-t-Arms 45 So- Z 3 ' ' - . U ' 7 - 7 1 1 1 ' 17 - .. ,, - . Y y . -. . 5 R. l , 1 J - n y , , I, , 1 . tar' f . 9 . . . ? . Y - Q A 5, 3 , . . . . - . . . . . . ll O . y 1 .- I : . Q , 1 C1 , , , , - t- 1. , . - ' L , 3 - 1 Z Z ' , . . , 4 A 1 X Q K 42,54 fr' SENIORS THOMAS MURRAY WILLIAMS With "the 19" . . . stompers . . . cutting up . . . pleasure bent Spanish Club 3, 4, Sergeant-at-Arms 3, Treas- urer 4g Photography Club 3, Latin Club 1, Little Theater 45 Hi-Times Staff 45 Football Varsity 4. BENJAMIN ROBERT WILLIAMSON B. O .... sports . . . Mishew . . . Mr. President President of Senior Classg Vice-President of Sophomore Class, Service Club 3, 4, Sergeant- at-Arms 4, N. C. Scholastic Press Institute 3, 4, President 45 Student City Council Mayor 45 Track Team 1. 2, 3, 4g Basketball Team 1, 2, 3, 45 Football 2, 4g Optimist Bowl 1950 45 Junior Hi-Y 1, 2, President 2, Monogram Club 2, 3, 4. SARAH PAT WILSON Carolina . ice-skater . . . sh thand worries dia "Fridays" dj J lu History Club Sec ary 33 Eng 's 3 se a ive 4' i- imes Staf 0 Mft!! 'ye' '.G ' ' e ere- EDNA ANN WOODARD Those eyes . . . new gal . . . always happy Chapel Hill High School 1, 2, 3, French Club 4, Treasurer 4, Little Theater 43 Homeroom Treasurer 4, Y-Teens 1, 2, 33 Junior Class Secretary, Latin Club 1, 23 Softball Team 2, 33 Monogram Club 3, Dramatics Club 1, Cheer- leader 1, 23 Majorette 3, Glee Club 2, 3: Junior Dance Chairman 3, Swimming Team 1. HUGH GRAHAM YOUNG Coat hanger . . . "Buzzy" . . . good dancer ...toni Homeroom Treasurer 1, President 2, Stage Crew 2, Vice-President 2, Golden Masquers 3, 4, Vice-President 43 Social Committee of Stu- dent Council 4g Hi-Times Representative 1, 35 ittle Theater 3, 4, Vice-President 45 Junior- enior Decoration Committeeg Latin Club 1, 23 Government Club 4, Secretary, Cast of Little Theater Play 4g President of Dramatics Class 4 2:13 1 G. 1, ' ti . t. ' 4, Civics Club 13 Hi-Times Staff 45 LATIPAC fy W,,,.,ager GHS 5 If S , i Staff 4g Boy Scouts 1. JJJEORGQIAL WINCH T55 gf orry Wart erm sor a pyennce E ROBERT PEGRAM YODER ngedfbfg-ff! 'Z77'-"' Quiet Yo Yo loud shirts ,Operettas 1 2 S ge 2 lee Club 1 2 Psychology Club 2 gtph4Qi1iIa 2 3 English Club 3 History ub 3 Serg Ar 3 1511 L XE!! Band 1 2 3 4 Jumor H1 Y 2 Music Appre ciation 2 3 History Club 3 4 Spanish Club 3 4 English Club 1 3 .3 E.- ,ffUC few!! t-1fi974'r4HffA adaxhfffxaxr if fjff fff'-:L 'VX-fJ'1f+'v 1-rc Pff' '44- 1 07-01- sf , 1 -f -4 ' . js , JR. .- , -f V+- ' . 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VV I . y . . 1 I 1 2 v A 1 v A -2 ' V V ' . . w A. U , ,. S, V . .,. I . F , v OFFICERS Left to rzght T okxe Desern B111 Johnstone Chr1s Co1ey Burt Veasey M1ss Cannon LCUISH Mordeca1 ,Xb Wie? M101 rf f 1 the J un1ors was selhng dr1nks at the basket th II' c ball games dances and other school func lden t1ons and se111n ma az1ne subscr1 t1ons S 8 19 N. secr ary Okle De Of course the b1ggest event of the year tr a urer an 111 Johnstone ser was the annual Jun1or Sen1or Prom gean t arm S M y Cannon was the Lenore Green Ann Shaw Edd1e Coth class a ran and Verne CHVIHGSS served as mar The two maln projects chosen by the shals from the Junlor class 36 of z 5 Q SK 5? and '16, ss SV' I . f . . . . Q - - 1 s ea ' 1 : rt , , - D r 1 ' C ' Co , ic ""' ' . u. 5 Q . - , . S Q , . 7 - . - . 1 b8er.. . 7 . t i lr 1 f-fl I , . ' - 1 ,J " " l ,uv gi L V ff 1-- -,M M., IUNIORS Saad Fwst row Thwd row N--ft' MA '-4" I Bert Seth Adler Ruth Ann Boone M0007 Harrrett Ladd Arfdrews Robert Al n Brxggman 134504-4p7l4.q Mary Chester Applewfute W 11 rogden CJ 0-09 Aa-C., Martha Jean Apple r a own ,Q ,.q.4.-v 2191-u -avg Carol Ann Bagley ean ane yrd L. , MAJ ,GKAMJ Vlrglnla Clyde e Calho nv, : : 'Mx Martha A C b 11p a 'Hsle at , fadpca Z-I 1.1-6 .444 Lf' Second 'row ff? jqjfolurth rj? ELA.-.J 700o0 Go-Cuff Al1da M1l1er Bar ette JoycyAnn Carpenterhy fd fad Wllllam Stuart Mwne S glzviness .4-1472 7,20 Wllllam Frank 1 Bell PrisQ5.l.l4rJ Chaffee y Marllyn Brldgers JJ Ma-fy Susan C appell '-MA' Rebecca Gay Blackard X argaret Carolyn Clement John Wlllard Bloxton 3 h atterson Coley Q Nancy Ellen Bonner owney Coley XX! X l l V - A f' ' ' . . . . ', . ' : . . ' ' x . D I i - 14 ' , 4 AL .. . , 'I a I l , g H , but x : N r1 , 1, l , ' , ' I , J . . 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' X f Q as lf If 5 37 Mi Q ' ' 4' . , . x, I I. ll U IUNIORS Fzrst row S1135 Coley Edward Harrlson Cothran Bentjamm Perry Cox W1ll1am Frankhn Crlsp Jr Chrlstopher Crowsen Carolyn Joanne Curry Second 'row Jackle Dan1els Betty Orr Danlels Patsy Davls R1chard C Day John Thomas Desern Ann DIVING Roberta D1xon Thzrd row W1ll1am B Dozler Dorls Doz1er Francls Dunbar Carol Evelyn Duncan Dorothy D1xon Edwards Mary Katherlne Elkms Fourth row Joyce H Ellen James Franklm Ell1s Joyce Ann Ell1s Joseph Martm Ferguson Amta Fletcher Ehzabeth York Floyd RODID McRea Fuller Wanda Crutchfield Charles Patterson Eldridge 38 IUNIORS First row Patricia Ann Furlong Robert Erwin Gaddy Monroe Evans Gardner Margie Elizabeth Garner Lee Gordon Garner Sandra Jane Goe Second row William Hoover Goodman Lenore Green Nancy Cooper Green Theodore Nelson Grice Arlene Emily Griset Jo Anne Hailey Charles S Halthcock Jr Third row Marjorie Ruth Haithcock Elizabeth Ayers Hamilton Susan Hayes Sally Van Dyke Heath Jo Anr Hicks James T Higgins Jr Fourth row Annie Lee Hicks Morrison Albert Hogwood Jr Robert Ellison Hollis Billy Holoman William Bryant Howell David Hostetler Maxine Howell Jean Cameron Gilliam Gene Garvin Hicks 39 Why CQZJL-4 "H A I i UN1oRs ii, out Fwst 'row Thwd row Annie Lee Harmon Tommy Brant Kennedy Carolyn Paul Hunter Ethel Helen King Frank P. Huskins, Jr. 'N 5 Barbara Helen Kinney Bob Jenkins X Patricia Gray Liles Evelyn Jane Jenkins Carl Llndeberg Phil Johnson !Nancy Lee Linville B1ll Johnstone Mary Ann Little Second row Fourth row Mary Ann Jobe Ann Jones Dorothy Ann Jones Darval Thompson Jones Ernest Edward Jordan Walter E Jordan Jr Paul Stafford Kelly IUNIORS Sh1rley Merrlman Katherme K1l11an Mlddleton Harold Montague Jacquellne Moore Lou1sa Borden Mordeca1 Warren Morr1ssette Dorothy Nelson Second row W1n1fred Nelson Frank Newsome Evelyn Faye Ollver Jack Parker Patr1c1a Ann Paulson Connxe Pearce Heath Pemberton Anna Mae Perry Llnda Plland Shlrley Poole Jo Anne Powell Marlon Lo1s Prescott T1ny Ehzabeth Prlvette John W1ll1am Ragsdale Fourth row Katle Ann Rawls Nancy Anne Reglster A D Robmson Clyde Robmson Carol Jean Roblnson B111 Russ Ann Martln Shaw . Yu' fm v f I , . ' ' ' . ff,., f Ftrst row: - 5. f .. Thwd row: f" ' 1 K. l . , D . . ' ' , Jr.l ' 4 V , 'S I A 'Q . . . . , ,,, - I 41 x N I IUNIORS ig 5 xl V up Q Q Fgrst row Second row Thzrd row Herbert Nlcholas Shearln Buddy Stalllngs Tommy Strlckland John Mell Sherrer Jr Peggy Stall1ngs Peggy Sugg Dorothy Ellzabeth Sllfllth Jlmmy Stanford Betsy Ann Swam Charles Sm1th Zelda Stansbury Anna Margaret Swaln Dav1d Eugene Sm1th Wllllam Staton Barbara Tyson Don Sm1th Charles Henry Stephenson Beverly Tyson L H Sm1th Dacosta L Stephenson Sadle Loulse Tlngen Fourth row Fzfth row QAAI-5 Woodrow Taylor Tucker Sh1rley Ann Whlte sv Ernest Fletcher Upchurch Tommy W1ll1amson Q' Jack Upchurch John Wray Burt Veazey Ohve Plttman Wor 5 Mar1ana W Walker Jane Yarboroug M Melba Ann Webb , , Em11y Jean Weems Cprmgikgppft' SEZ. of Q55 , ga tl - Y I Sl . QM? B S Y Q if N -, i-.x L I, + iff A 1 I ' ' . . I . I -. 1-D . xl 0,9 . D . . dgfx . ' ,gtg Y "ff'AQs,.f Left to Hght Patsy Jackson Joe Moody Ne111 McLeod Jack Frazelle Mrs Boyette and Lennox Johnson pg, 1,1 f ,mi gag, Win! D 50P11QmQ1fe C4596 ., The Sophomore class elected as 1tS lead ers for the year Joe Moody presldent Jack Frazelle v1ce presldent Patsy Jack son secretary Ne1l1 McLeod treasurer and Lenox Johnson sergeant at arms Mrs Boyette was the class advlser There was a Sophomore COUHC11 composed of the off1cers and onge,room ldents One of the mam projects of the Sopho mores was a Soclety Clrcus presented to F8159 money for next years Junxor Senlor Gymnastlcs fenclng and dancmg teams from Caro11na State and Meredlth partlclpated -ar A S 7 AS . if 1' f ,r Y. Q . l. : 5 ! ! D Y I ' 7 r A J I ' -fr- I I ' I A 'Q .Q , k . c " . , , , . 44, ,Lf -f yfwffm '. A f -L .4--" -.. ' ff " y I ,i, ' Q .w - f V . ' U he M, Q- .Q f f , Q, ' -.pr ', a . , ' 0 6. ' Q ' Sf A 44- ' an-H, .V gf tl., I Y ,fl 1 - Q 1 4 t Q : v . . ' - - , aa - - va ' ' 1 ' 1 ' . ' . , . Y 7 7 1 - r ' ' ' ' v a ' ' 3 Y wr I 4 SOPHOMORES ge' 5 fi? vw Am! ff" ws Rowfy W And ws z th e AW Ave t ce ydlett oan Barber arrlette Ann Barham . lfred Edward Bates had Zilf Second row Wllham D1ck Beaty JHHICQ Ruby Blshop Granv1lle Kent Booker Rlchard Booker Nellle Jane Bowlmg Sarah Bradford Thomas Henry Brlggs, Jr 7' Thwd row Betty Grey Brown Edna Faye Brown John Robert Brownmg Jean Bryan Bernle Bullard Ann Bynum James Jordan Bynum Fourth row Patrlcla Ann Byrd Judy Carolyn Campen W1lburn Clyde Calton Peggy Joyce Carlton Emma Jean Carroll Otxs Ward Carroll Mary El1zabeth Carter 44 Fzfth row Sh1rley Ruth Caveness John Wh1tSOH Cell Jesse Chappell MQTIOH Requa Chesson Barbara Lee Church1l1 Rachel LOUISE Clark Betty Jean Clement as f1f-1'1 I W r p 5 1 4 , Y ' fgil "fs J- , 2 ' E " l'lel A 'Q ' 'xx x . . ' ".t - 4, W -, V VV fl :.. W ,Q K , I ,, ' , Xlw i l L I . J ' l l Q 1 E rg, . . 7 A A - El e r ' ' fl B . . V La ' A J ' , 't'f'g,,,,,x,'n..A.iiv--.f-.1 ,msd-rf ll-I-9 LQQNQA. .....J 'Ir NWA, , M ft, SOPHOMORES Lx 1-.. X' K u wk-4" Fzrst row Second row Nelda Murxal Clements Robert Clyde Cl1ne Al1ce Carol1ne Cooper Sue Carolyn Cox Mary Helen Cross Thomas Franklm Crowder Jack Spears Dowell Marcella Culbreth George Robert Dunn Kathleen DHVIS J'1n1ce Ann Dawklns Margaret McDowell D1ck Mary Jo Douglas Fourth row Jack Howard Frazelle James Rlchard Gates Patr1c1a Anne George Malvm Lee Glover Worth Lew1s Godwm Jr Negan Taurman Goodwm Mary A11ce Graham 45 Blanche Westcot Dan1els Z. .L Thtrd row France Estes W1ll1am A Ell1s Betty Jean Elkms Mxshew Ellen Edgerton Lynwood Eubanks Ann Carolyn Eury Jean Courtney Foushee Fzfth 'row Margaret Lou1s Gr1ff1n James Burney Graves Elllot Brewer Grover Paul Nelson Hall Ira May Hardy Leon Spense Harrls Peggy Brxtt Hllllafd 1 M... 1 ...is man hi -1 N 5--:Ti . 1 A l-Pfg my ' - -giei 'hs' f I - . I A .ni-fig A l e A ,. - fzil K- W V y A ,H-- .. V 'I f g Q A -:lg . A ,K ie. q wil , 1 S. i , V ,gt - ig , ' ' L' iv To ' T ',. 9 ' , rg ' . f K 4 ' ww N L A T C "" C t , 2, E or Q we E X Lf J ,,E2r or syl C K ' B J K ' A A L.. 1 4 ' E E SOPHOMORES U' Fzrst row Second row Donald Elhot Hltchcock L1ll1an LeDare Hurst Shlrley Jean Hodge Harry Ross Jackson Rlchard Bryant Holleman Patsy Ray Jackson W1ll1am Chreston Holoman Marlon James Townsend Wan Holt Frank Charles Jeffries Ph1ll1p Ray HOUCh1HS Karen Jensen Joyce Ann Howell Lenox Iredell Johnson Fourth row Max Greyson Keene Roy Monroe Keever Donald Wayne Ke1th Dor1s Marle Kelly Frank1e Maur1ce Klng Donald K1rby Rebecca M1ldred Kmght 46 I Thzrd row George Edward Jones Gerald Red Jones Glenn Clark Jones Jean Allen Jones Hubert Reld Jones Shlrley Ann Jones Leonard Macon Kamsler Fzfth row Patr1c1a LaRue Robert Campbell Lasslter Robert Franklln Lasslter Edward Jumor Lasslter John Dlxon Lmeberger Besty Carol Lloyd Betty Carol Lloyd , VVV' x 4 Q V' ' r 4 in Vyyr err '." H L I L P V DYXD A ".?' 2 S? l k . ssyw, aaa , sJ r rr l I ll K .: ed J ' V. M l L A - .L .L ii v L I 'rw -fl. L KL age. Fzrst row Sally Gene Maness Earl H1ll1ard Marshall Betty Ruth Martln Betty Jean McCary Chr1st1e Ne11l McLeod Mar1lyn McLeod Repton Hall Merrltt Fourth row Second row Joel Francls Moody Robert Norwood M1tchell Jr Donald Joseph M1ller W1ll1am Dell Moxley Dorothy Newman Thomas L Newton Edward Johnston Noble Fzfth U1 o 'U E o Z 0 su ru m df 'H-x ,P 1? im Y I D Thzrd row Roy Fred Noble Nancy Faye Nordstrom Shlrley Joyce Nylund Kenneth Holmes Oakley James Page Fredrlck Page Eleanor Ann Palmer TOUJ Shlrley Ann Parker James Merconson Peden Thomas Parks Alma Anne Penney Marle Anette Patr1ck Carolyn Myrtle Perry Elsie Pearson Charles Rufus Perry Clyde Pearce John M Peterson Grace Ehza Pearce Hannah Jane Phelps Sh1rley Pearson 47 ' 3 at yW ,P 1 J . 'flxjf ' ff I- . in Zz rip at L, , ,gf J P . I f Q A . ' k - Y, ,uw ' 1 K . f' 47 , I f ' a 'art ' 1' ' a -' . ' -3 F J ,- Q V Ar I ' ky U 5 fr as 4 ' .. ' ' C Q ' E "d PI! 9, , ft me , J P M , f 1, J 2 7 1: I' - SOPHOMORES T Fzrst row Nettle Sue Ph1ll1ps Rlchard Spencer Plndell John Young Powell Fred Arhus Poweledge James Moffatt Pressley Lee Pr1dgen Charles Puryear K Second row Fourth row Harold Gleen Smlth Albert Cllfton Sneeden Sue Carolyn Sorrell Patr1c1a Ann Spalnhour Robert OConner Spears Jean Raye SplkeS Joan Kaye Sp1k9S Sylvla Lee Reg1ster Joan Rlggsbee Wayland James Rhodes Edlth Peatross Rogers Rlchard Raper Shlrley Ann Rouse Mo1l1e Jacquelxne Rowe we Thwd 'row Rlta Sat1sky DHV1d Edward Schreffler Woodrow Harmon Sears Lemuel Marlon Shlrley Shlrley Lee Slocum Sarah Bradley Small Bobby Earl Sm1th Fzfth row Joseph Splvey A1v1n Bradley Starnes Jr Edward Besson Steele Donald Stelne Betty Jane Stephenson Matthew Stephenson Seleta Ann Stevens . -'.v:: 1 li J . -ft 'J if J rrr y J .I ,..v .V K I -, rypp , K e utw, Q ., A .-.,tJ:J, J J 1 M M V.. ' .latt it J ' 1.y:, ,,,l J S J "." J 3 4' A A ww, U ,f up VVVA ,M ,, at J JJ X65 T255 , Jr. 1 . . ' v X w, is- . f Q x. . ' ' ' A 'J ' 'V . . N K 1 x ' - . + l wr l' A ' ' . N 'Q - ,s 48 as. K dw SOPHOMORES 'Ui' -.J Q...Es Ll Fwst row Second row Bert Stevlck Warren Vance Stewart Peggy Ann Strlckland Ann Cameron Stronach Gwendolyn Alta Suter Glenn Sutton Fourth row Rena M1randa Watson Indla Joan Weems Betty Ann Welch Margaret Sue Wlllett Mary Ellen W1ll1amS Mary Page Wllllams 49 Herman Ward Taylor Thomas Hart Teague Jame Margaret Tew Danny Alex Thomas Leo Chfford Thompson Thzrd row M x fb W' ll James Sny er,T1s ale Aff Wllllam Gar'd'her1VanfLljotgf Mary Ann Va' Jane Hayes V Mary Alys Voorhees 0 ll Ollver George Thompson Carolyn Mlchael Warl1ckJ Fzfth row Jack O Donnell W1ll1ams Janet Ferrell Wllson Sarah Ellzabeth Womble Ann Allan Woodward Phllllp Yarborough Patr1c1a Yelvlngton an 1.4 :X 5 . , , Xi xv. dvw l W I , ,E ,, S , u, , Q 'K jg - il . - ,M A . ..,,t, at A, 4 , , 9 ff l I ,K1 L I s-V ' HU I ,of ' 2 , 'ftfa , , N ' -2 , N, x V I 'I illlj V V 7 ,- ' Q is -Q 3 1 HW' 7, f ll '. I ' I l I KV- I , I QJ 5 '-'l ' 1 - 'H' ' " . A i ,2-- 1 T Vg I q .I fi IL -u if Q ol 1, W at f G rf'f: ' V 1 '. 1' S 1' 'l' Y ,al L, . x I 1' A V, f ' xl.l'LV4" 'Il A! . KIW1 I. I . f , , ll ' it Ii Lf, I v . 'stall' fl- 'A fr' ! V"- : : rgflwfdrunyc. g . . A cf U fU'L . . ' l. -I 1 H ,4 ' 5531 ' fl My kv OFFICERS Left to Hght Larrx Ellls Pete Eberhart Barbara Clark Danny Jones Jerry Parker Freshman Class The freshman class began the1r year bv electlng Pete Eberhart as thelr pres1dent The other Off1CG1S were as follows Dannv Jones v1ce presldent Barbara Clark ser retary Jerre Parker treasurer and Larry Ellls ergeant at arms Mr G1lbert Carroll V as thelr advlser One of the mam events of the class for the year was the sprlng dance 1n Apr1l 61 K 4 -N3 L Q , o 1 KA ,fx W 3' 'Q J., L he xfn ' - I ' . " : f ' . . . ' . ' . . . . , 1: - - V , - . . I Y . ' . ' 1 . f' - Q 1 - ,- :JO 1.5 L: if Ln Hx Fzrst row Reveley Allen Carolyn Anderson Dlanne Anderson Jlmmy Anderson Roy Anderson Jerry Andrews Lynwood Balrd B1lly Baker QU' 131 wah 5-5.- Second row Betty Barker Molly Barnes Lemma Baucom B F Beasle Jon Bell Joe Bennett K1t Bernhard Jlmmy Bethune if F ourth row L1ll1an Brltt Mary Lou Brltt Claude Broome Buster Brown Susan Brown Wayne Bullard Donald Burney Carol Campbell W FRESHMEN Thzrd row Carollne B1ckett John Blkle John Blackwell DaV1d Blackwood Robert Blalock Gene Bost1an Alan Bradford Barbara Brawley Fzfth row Wxmfred Campbell Margaret Campen Barbara Carpenter Glorla Cartwrlght Kather1ne Casey Betsy Cavlness Bobby CHVIDSSS J1mmy Chambers xf by 1 y L 5 Q '-All by J A ' ali I C fini' 5 Fx W il I C , . ri A ,.,A y ' ., ,.,' :GA A A 'W' I. rf All y. . Q V " I i .,, 'E . 4 f y, n L C? . 3 X , - , ., x it A sn ' . . y ' if tif Yi' FRESHMEN First 1ow Margaret Chamblee Paul Chamblee Bobby Chapman Connle Choate Barbara Clark Mary Jane Clement Coleman Arnette Tommy Copley Nw. Second row Donald Cox Joan Crawford Robln Crlttenden Joan Crosby Arnold Davls Hubert Davls Jane Davls Sarah Jean Davis 5 Thzrd row Walton Dennls Walter Desern Barbara Doar Ann Donn1s Frazler Edwards Barbara Ellen Dlanna E1l1son EPIC El11ott Fourth 'row Larry Ellls Harry Ethrldge Nancy Eubanks Patrlcxa Evans Randolph Evans Gary Flsher Kay Fosky Frances Folk Fzfth row Peggy Fox J1m Frankl1n Jack Fulghum Peggy Garner Carolyn Gask111 Foster Glbson Lee G1les Fred Goach llrl ' ' by 4 pip: 6 rp 2 A., J x an of , me "', e , ' se'l 1 'ar J pup 4 p .,e, A, A! i M A 5 el e. , L 4 L. , ' l Q of A M it fl' K .fi 52 MILA Q, 6. Y 5... Fzrst row Alma Graham Betty Gray Carolyn Green Sara Gullette Catherme Gupton Ann Hardy J1m Harrlll Katheryne Harr1son Wig Z' Second row Kathleen Hartsock Gerry Hartzog Mllton Hayner Margaret Henson Eleanor Hester Bobby H1nes Wallace Hodge Ann Hollowell all llagf FRESHMEN Third row Betty Hood Margaret Foster Howard Mary Lynwood Howard Rlchard Howell Wlley Howell Norma Ann Hughes Joyce Huskln Pat Ingle Fourth 'row Sally Ives Lemuel Jenklns Bertha Johnson Donald Johnson Ellen Johnson Jlmmy Johnson T1m Johnson Gerrle Jones Fzfth row Gordon Jones Roddy Jones Gary Junkms Joe Kennedy Becky Kmg Joy Lambert A11ce Lancaster Shlrley Lancaster 53 Lt J L: I 1 Jax A X' i- ' . ,,. V E A v J g J ? X Q s xx . . gb , J sh my X J - k - J' Jdtl Y atat J " c A T , , .- .Lg . .Zrlix ,.,t. I V In ., 7 gi fn A S '-,, . Q 5 nltz . -F A . ' as J J J J A tiff 'e'l 'Mgr :,1,,Eg:., ls lst A r ld t 1 b . V gg .a,. 5 , W L r f' , 1 1 7 iii.-, ' A K L . I-I hx X3 A V 'll' ai Ev abt L FRESHMEN Fwst row Percy Lasslter Sh1r1ey Lemons Patsy Leonard Cather1ne Lew1s Dorothy Llneberry Lynda Lou Lloyd Kay Launsberry Sally Lowe Fourth row Patsy Moore Second row Bobby Lynch Junmy Lyndon Bllly Makepeace Hubert Mathews Pete Maynard Dot McConnell Ned Meeklns Guy Mendenhall Charles Morrls Garrett Morrow Mlke Morse Bllly Mosely L6Sl1e Mosely Frances Oser Arthur Palmer 54 if-was L at N-Q.. Thwd row Patr1c1a Mlller Seth M1ller Jack1e M1l1s Bobby Mltchell Elalne Mltchell Jlrnrny Mlzell Betty Moore George Moore Fzfth 'row Jerre Parker Norwood Parker Juhan Peebles Robert Peebles Don Perry Mart1n 4 Buzzy J Peterson Bllly Phelp Chase Ph1ll1pS y M ya at r y M y L E vlvy , A V, kr! ,. M -tl' I 14, 'I Z' 1 K , ' Q L K , V,:,,r,,, W1 - M L V g 7 4 5 L M Q L f . Z' ,lvuuli L A s1W,' -,li-, .,..,., Qv' A - 'P'll 'all V Plitll L V It 4 My t W Qf,' 1 ,,'lV. ? ,, :-a lx 1 Q P " '. P slf W.V y f A r,., .W , J I 1 P ,.,. g r ,. ,M ssa P, M r N 14 . ' fl 'Y 1 1 ' P y --.: P i i A tif 11", .1 P 2 I 1 'Ql, :" , mf L 'll-t i 'f" 1 l Y 7 4 fa l l 4 hs 'uf T3 Fzrst row B1llv Powell Dorothy Pressly Jean Poole Nella Purrlngton Mlrlam Quarles Louxse Raper Carolyn Rawls Mary Allce Raynor NJ Second 'row Dale Reeves Charles Rhodes Bobby Rhoney Kat1e Rlchardson Jennle R1tch1e Bobby Rob nson Sue Rob1nson Gllbert Rothste1n Fourth row Bobby Sessons Susan Sharp Bobby Shepherd Joanne Sxnk Betty Sue Slater AIICC Smlth Joanne Sm1th Bobby Stevenson 55 g N16 E FRESHMEN Thzrd row Charles Rouse Jlmmy Rouse Jean Rowland RODHIG Ray Norman Russell Jo Ann Sanderson Dot Sasser Benton Satterfleld Fzfth row Joyce Stevenson B1lly Stoffregan Sarah Stone B1lly Su1tor Donnle Taylor Eddle Tharrmgton Betty Thompson Ervm Thompson ire J W I 3' F L? Vg, C l h ., J A Q an a "' W' ' R I S 1 tt t X R t ll tg A f i ll J S' 'Y A t, sy- a tttt tr mf ,rtz ' W fl 'li ' -- FRESHMEN Fzrst row Pete Thompson Bobby Thornton Nelhe Tutor Johnny Upchurch V1rg1n1a Urquhart Joyce Vaughn Ann Voorhees Don Voorhees Second row Hllda Walker Frank Wall B111 Wallace Nancy Wallace Martha Wardlaw Jack Warner Jlmmy Warren L A Watson Fourth row Mary El1zabeth Workman Shella Young Bobby Yowell 56 Thzrd row Sara Sue Weathers B1lly Whlsnunt Mary Ann Whltehead B1l1y W11l1ford Shlrley W1111fOrd Nancy Lou W11son Nancy Woodard Sherry Wooldndge 6244i9p,5w7490CbffW 5' A I , 11 ,f,zA70 ,4 W OFFICERS F1ont rou left to right Mary Lynn Moodx Secretary Betsx Purcell President Faxe Arnold Treasurer Top 1011 B111 Merriman Vice President Richard Rax Sergeant at Arms Sub Freshman Class We entered Needham Broughton in September 1900 pretty wise and old we the upper classmen and found that we had much to learn Our first class activity was an Eighth Grade Social held at the start of the year This was primarily a get acquainted affair which served the purpose xery well We elected class officers 1n November The officers were Betsy Purcell presi dent lVIarv Lynn Moody secretary Faye Arnold treasurer and Richard Ray ser geant at arms Mrs Banks was appointed At our first class meeting we settled the matters of dues for our class dance The dance scheduled for April and held in the gymnasium was a big success Also we selected as a class project a clean up cam paign in the cafeteria This project has been successfully completed Our first year has been a xery happ5 one thought, until we started mingling with our class adviser. 1 1 , ' '. 5 3 . 57 Fzrst row Bob Alphln Glenn Anderson Kemp Andrews Edwlna Armstrong Faye Arnold Frank H1nes Bynum Rlta Ann Burke Nancy Brownmg Second row Sherwood Brown Betty Brown Joan Brldges B1l1y Brxckhou Betsy Brlan Lota Brlan Ph1l Brewer Russell Bray 19' L if Thzrd 'row X Arthur Delanor Boyle Ph1l Blake Robert Beverly Barbara Bernette Hugh Bennett Llbby Beck Margaret Beattle Graham Baskervllle Fourth row Bert Barrett Gretchen Barnette B111 Barksdale Buddy Barker Ann Barnhardt B111 Barhan Tommy Barber Betsy Balentlne SUB FRESHMEN F zfth row Bobby Crumpler Nancy Evelyn Crump Robert Irv1n Cromley Joan Camella Cox Mary Frances Connell Barry Emerson Colhns Robert Lyle Collms James Clayton Colema fl el " - ' . zzf- , .ir . , H ul. " . he yyyp y 4 t r 1 l .,a. pp All a f y p l rarr rrr lryr r f A v V, pp up Eg g-Y - V Q I ,J . f -. I 58 1 5,7 UC".-ae2f, J .AM mm 'KW ,rua Jbafilfwj WWA K4 Q' lei Y Q at Fwst row Second row James Stewart Cherry Agnes Dav1s Johnny Robert Cella James Allen Davls Howard Robert Cell Fred DeBerry Betty Sue CHVIUGSS Ann Polk Denmark Grover Cleveland Cauthen Mlldred Ann Dlseker Shlrley Mae Capps Arther Lee Dozler Thomas Edward Campen Gary Franklln Dozler Rennet Van Calton Bllly Dunn F ourth row Donald Fry Patr1c1a Ann Ferrell Celeste June Ferrell Betty Jane Feathers Samuel Klnley Frazxer Lo1s Fowler Elalne Gaddy Anne Power Grlsette 59 'N Thzrd row Oscar Benjamln Eaton Patsy Ann Eakes Marjorle Macon Estes Mary Lou Ellls Donna Anne Elhngton J1mmy Edwards Anlta Matthews Edwards Edwln Edgerton F zfth row Camelle Gr1ce Harrlet Goodw1n Mary Faye Goodw1n Cr1tz George Mary Louxse Glele Barbara Nell Gargls Jlmmy Warren Gay Paul Gamly SUB-FRESHMEN j l fn- , Q- , . ' N 1 1 I l I , N61 , f f 6. ' A ' ' ixai ' ' J xx J A J 4 , f-Q1 sr, I I .- 'A A ew. .V A H S I Wk, , it V . l ' L .. ' J fi, C A ' '- F J at Q :,r Ql at A H K , A 5 5 1 C , Y H J " arf A l ' , 35... J J Q x J ' .' t I . Y IH t"'5" L L 3' 'Us is Q If zrst Row Carolyn Harris Elizabeth Kimball Hatcher Stephen Hayes David Ryan Hayes Dalton Ray Harrison Betty Jean Harmon Eddie Dermid Harper Billy Hardin Second Row Henry Arthur Helms Jr Myron Hugo Herndon Mary Sue Herring Virginia Rogers Hester Robert Freeman Hubbard Rob Higgins Angela Hilliard Billy Hitchcock 'k it M Lug K M T hzrd Row lenry Hogwood Jerry Holoman Johnny Holt Burton Horwitz Duane Howl Neil Hudson Tommy Jeffries Jimmy Jeffery Fourth Row: Betty Sue Johnson Betty Lou Johnson Randy Johnson Ann Jones Billy Jones Jerry Jones Morris Jones Nancy Jones SUB-FRESHMEN eb Fifth Row: Patty Jo Jones Jimmy Kirkman Sylvia Kilpatrick Merton King Bob King Vicky Kershaw Johnny Lawrence Jean Leach -I--. X lb Fzrst row Dorothy Lehew Judy Lev1 Jane Low Joyce Ann Llttle Lawrence Luther Lohre Katlna Matrnos B1ll Watkms Merrlman Elfrlenda Emma Mehhck Second row Landrum Norrls Mannmg Vlary Lou Macon Seml Shaw Mentz Roy Harrlson Mlnshew Peter Brockmgton Maupm Sylv1a Lee Mathews Mary Lynn Moody Phylhs Mundy auf Thrrd 'row Eugene Legrand M1ller Lloyd Courtney McKeeman Carolyn Madden Myers Nancy El1zabeth Myers Mary Matrlda Mann Gene Cleveland McCracken Alexander Ross Moore Carolyn Mallard Fourth row Fzfth row Howard Frankl1n Mulchrll Sam Merrltt Sonya M1tchell Jean McDonald Martha Rose Mendenhall Jlmmy Walter M1tchell Edward Lew1s Maynard Hall Macon Mlller Russel Harold McCla1n Edna Earle Montague Barbara Jean Morr1s 61 Ellnor Dark Newbern Kathleen Bernard Newell Mlchael Nellson Jack1e Newton Durwood Nlchols SUB-FRESHMEN i ' ,, ' ul" ,fi J V 4' mg J x X I A L u A H 'N l e 1 J Q JF' 1 7, V " 1 . l I kk! .L if l E wi aw, Second row Frances Parr1sh F zrst row Sarah Jane N1ChOlSOH Jessle Allen Norr1s Cora Lee Nxpper Arthur Edward Nevlson Barbara Ann Paschall Margaret Lucy Parls Patr1c1a Ann Pearce KFIHSOH Larnarr Parrlsh James Wesley Porter Margaret Ann Park Samuel Worth Bagly Pearce Rlchard Boyd Park Cather1ne Sevone Pearson Bob Gllbert Parker Janlce Ingram Perr1ne Fourth row Ethelyn Ann Prlckett Saralyn Prxckett Betsy V1rg1n1a Purcell Barbara Lorralne Ra1nes LOIS Raper Marllyn Raper Rlchard W1ll1am Ray Shelby Jean Raynor SUB-FRESHMEN 62 Kam ii? tilt Thwd row Shlrley Perry Susanne Peterson Jack Sykes Ph1ll1p Kltty Ph1ll1ps Joan Mason Plyler Russell Masterson Poole Janet Lee Pratt Jerrll Lynn Preston Fzfth row Charles Augustus Reaves James Shelton Reebals Katherlne Ann Renfrew De Wltt Thomas RICE Jr Janet Lee RICG Sharon R1dgeway Peggy Ann Rldout Henry Burton Roblnson J K y 1 y f y A U f-r 3 A :'l A a. b ,. A 1, . J ,,,, , J at LV? ,, Ji E W if W V .. - 0 A A A J J :.l I2 -VVJ L Q e W, t A n tct nt-a L ' P 4 .H n I -Iz- i 5 , ,,, - f i E :ik yr' I Q 1 X J t o , so L L M A ,:,.h - ' A '-1r, 'illlr IV- ',-t'f x ' , r. uf' Second row Jul1us Augustus Shanklm Jr Robert McBrayer Shoffner Robert Clyde Smk Ann Ellzabeth Sloan Donald Elwood Small J Phllllp Whltten Smlth Kenneth Lomla Stalllngs Jr Enoch LaFayette Stamey Fm st row Bruce Garland Rollms Hyman Earl Rouse Ronald Charles Roy Sally Ruark Charles Henry Russell Jr John Sanders Barbara Jean Saylor George Cllfford Selkmghaus Fourth 'row Bart Streb Roger Strobel R1chard Stone Tommy Stone Bllly Strong Fzfth row add S-1 X 'W' Thzrd row Margaret Rose Starnes DaV1d Stephenson Dorls Sanders Jlm Stephenson Mary Sue Stephenson Nancy Jo Stephens Eleanor Stewart Robert Stewart Scottxe Swlndell Zlgreda Smet John Taylor Max1ne Taylor Martha Teal Peggy Sulllvan Harold Tharrlngton Bllly Sutton Elvey Thomas B111 Swam Jlmmy Thompson 63 SUB-FRESHMEN ltd l law , . i jg a 3? F E ogg. 4 l ,gd ,. lt , ff xl A . 5- , kg y gf li- . h . 2. Vlyglxf A 'Q fa , N A X AX A 2 1 l . Q . . . V rl af V-'-'iv iw A l uf' Fwst row Marjorle T1nzey Gray Tolar Joanne Tr1pp Lynda Turllngton Nancy Tunnell Bllly Underwood Patr1c1a Upton Phylhs Wall SUB-FRESHMEN dia Second 'row Jnnmy Earl Wall Paula Ward Cynthxa Wlng Betty Anne Woodruff Harold Woodruff James Woolery Ada Creech Wrlght Bob Wynne Fourth row Jane Wayburn LOUISE Wh1te Kay Zelgler 64 Thwd row Robert Wood Edw1n Weems Wlnkler Pat11c1a Ehzabeth Wllkerson Ehzabeth WlHtOH Rxchard Workman Polly Patton Wood Beth W1ll1ams Bobby Warren 'lll i J B V7 J fe, We I - J fr ' " J J W If I a ,V - , g ,vffr , f Q A yy i ,, 1 ' V 1,2 zgrft' '.-. K y r yt trr I , J J A ., V V . V:,, xlyk ...- f . . I 1 ,-- 4 ,fn X Student Council 'GL OFFICERS Fzrst row Bobby Gaddy V1cePres1dent Sklpper MacM1llan Presldent Karen Jen son Secretary Second row Mr Holllday Adv1s r George Pressly Treasurer Karl Barkley Sergeant at Arms The Student Counc1l began preparlng for thls year 1950 51 ln the sprlng of 1950 Mlllan was elected presldent of the Coun C11 on the nom1nat1ons and the followmg offlcers were elected 1n the run offs Bobby Gaddy VICG presldent Karen Jen sen secretary and Karl Barkley sergeant at arms George Pressley was selected by a faculty commlttee to be the treasurer of the councll and manager of the school store cornbxned Soon after the electlons these officers along w1th the commlttee appolntees were lnstalled w1th each mem ber of the executlve councll of the prev1ous year summar1z1ng h1s duty and mtroduclng h1s successor The Counc1l began 1ts work long before school Off1C13lly opened 1n September by holdlng executlve councll meetxngs to map out plans for the commg year Also xt greeted the students and teachers that f1rst day of school w1th greet1ng cards made by the hosp1tal1ty comrnlttee of the Counc1l By the last of September the councll was 1n full swlng and playlng host to all fall months two partles were held one for the new students and one for the elghth grade Several mlnor projects for the year were the sell1ng of H1 Tzmes folders and the sell1ng of flowers at the homecomlng game In January a Student Faculty bas ketball game was sponsored by the coun c1l The many fSSt1V1t1GS of our home comlng were made posslble for us by the Student Counc1l along Wlth the gala Chr1stmas dance g1ven In order to pep up the hollday Splflt of the students and also lmprove the home room 1nter1ors the House and Grounds Commlttee sponsored a Decoratlng and Clean Up campa1gn As one of the major projects of the year the Constltutlon of the past years wh1ch had become outdated was rewrltten Four new commlttees hosp1tal1ty school store fix X to . ii . 1' or wi-th the election of officers. Skipper Mac- the new students of Broughton. During the Student Councll Members mai :SNL Frrst row left to rtght Benjamm F Hull Jere Parker B F Beasley Marv Forrest Bess Peeler Jack Frazelle Second row Robert Smk Ned Meek1ns Nancy Lou W1lson Carolyn Clement Frances Estes Helen Maynard Thtrd row Elalne Caddy Carolyn Gr en Marle Patrxck Davld Hostetler Clyde ROblHSOH Fourth 'row James Davls Barbara Carpenter Bertha Johnson Peggy Hlllxard Betty Smlth Jlmmv Spencer Ftfth 'row Jane Wavburn Fave Arnold Betty Hood Dot Jones Mary Elkms Jamce Dawk1ns Patrlcxa Spamhour Stxth row Jlmmy Wall Jxmmy Mc Cullock George Pressly Vxrglnla Klme Peggy Mltchlner Lenore Green Tommy Newton Seventh rou Jean Norton JaCk16 Steed Jane Savage Martha Cope Margaret Duncan Eighth rou John Stephenson Jack Wllllams Karl Barkley B1l1y Churn Tommv Dunlap Bob Wllllamson Bob Hook Sklpper MacM1llan Reynolds Prlce JllTlI'Yly Lassiter lost and found and student co operatlve were added to the Constltutlon Many other necessary ltems were also wrltten mto the Constltutlon Once every four years a student hand book IS pubhshed by the counc1l Th1s year bemg the fourth year the counc1l proceeded wlth the publ1sh1ng of another handbook All 3CtlV1tl6S and courses con cernlng the school were wrxtten 1nto the book We played hosts to the Central D1str1ct of the North Carolma Student Councxl Congress 1n the sprmg of the year Repre sentatlves from all of the Student counclls 1n th1s d1str1ct came to Ralelgh for thelr annual meetmg The counc1l sponsors many thmgs dur 1ng the year that the students do not recogmze Such thmgs are our student telephone the school store and all pald chapel programs The student counc1l pays and supervlses all of these projects along the plannmg of all of the chapel programs the reportlng of news to our local news paper the returmng to you of all lost artlcles the chartermg of buses to our athletlc contests and many other dally thrngs that you take for granted The counc1l 1S an essentlal of everyday l1fe at Broughton for wlthout It many of the pleasures and needs lt glV9S us would be los Co mmittees 68 -,,,,Mv .JK SCHOOL STORE AND AUDIO VISUAL COMMITTEE Left to rzght George Pressly B11ly Do zler Bllly Wlllxford Tommy Prlckett Ld Matthews Junrny McCullogh Lee Person Harvey Hensen ELECTIONS COMMITTEE Left to rzght Herbert Rldgeway Jack Reams Ted Brown Karl Barkley Martha Cope tat desk! Graham Anderson Larry Tlppett Theodore Ballenger Hart Gates Verne Cavlness and Jesse Chapell STAGE CREW CO CHAIRMEN AND ASSEMBLY COMMITTEE Left to rzght Jean Norton John Stephen son Jean Spxvey Martha Cope Harrlet Andrews and Ehzabeth Lynn SPORTS COMMITTEE Left to rzght Eddle Cothran HOUSE AND GROUNDS SOCIAL COMMITTEE Jean McConnell Peggy Mxtchlner Jack1e Steed Jane Savage Reynolds Prlce Evelyn Spencer Ann Croome Hugh Young Ann Woodard Ann Shaw Patsy Paulson and LeDare Hurst PUBLICITY AND POSTER Left to rzght Helen May Nelll McLeod Buster Duke Left to rzght Nancy L1nv11le nard Bob McDonald Bobby Gene MOF1Hg Nannette Stal Vlfglnla Klme Bob W1ll1arn Holl1s Martha Snow Rob1n llng Jo Duncan Bob W1l son Andrew HIHIOH Bob Fuller and V1Fg1H1a KIITIG 11amson Warren Mann Joyce Hook Tommy Dunlap and Sparger and Verne Cavlness Dot Powell ' 1 f , - 1 1 1 1 I 1 I I N ' ' , , 1 1 a .. , . : ' 1 1 ' . , 1 1 1 I q - . . 1 1 1 1 1 3 7 7 ' 7 ' 7 ' 1 1 u - 7 7 ' 7 Y Y 1 ' 1 ' 1 1 1 1 ' 1 x 1 ' 1 1 1 1 , . . Y, - x . , f 1 3 fr- . . my 1 'S " , 1,-sf V ,. .. , 2 N at1ona1 Honor SOC19tY S Verne Cavlness Martha Cope Margaret Duncan Holt Flemlng Bobby Gaddy Sh1rley Habel Sarah Lawrence Jean Norton Lee Person EPIC Potter George Pressly Reynolds Prxce Clyde R0b1HSOH Betty Sm1th Jlmmy Stanford Jack1e Steed Ann Stephenson Jeanette Weaver Members of the Nat1onal Honor SOC16ty were chosen on the b3S1S of scholarshlp leadersh1p character and serv1ce Offr cers for the fall term were Reynolds Prlce Pres1dent Er1c Potter v1ce presldent Sh1rley Habel secretary and Jack1e Steed treasurer Offlcers elected after the fall tappmg were Martha Cope presldent Jo Duncan v1ce presldent Sara Law rence secretary and Er1c Potter treasu rer Jeannette Weaver was appomted reporter Other members were Verne Cavl ness Holt Flemmg Bobby Gaddy Jean Norton Lee Person George Pressley Clyde ROb1HSOH Betty Smlth Jlmmy Stanford and Ann Stephenson The mem bers served by helplng 1n the Off1Ce every mormng before school and a new project was the supervlslon of study halls In the sprlng MHFIOH Lo1s Prescott Helen Maynard Bess Peeler Robm Ful ler E11zabeth Lynn Bllly Russ and Mary Forrest were tapped rnto the Soc1ety I I f 1 1 .r ,. . , X . lk - igesgi t ,Z - 31" ,J g K-W-If up , " "" ' ' ! 7 7 1 Y 3 7 Y Y 7 Y 1 1 y 1 1 - 7 1 7 7 7 Y Y v 1 ' ' 1 s v , . - v 1 ' s s 9 ' , ' , . . . 3 1 Sl Y? , ' - ' 9 - , 1 1 a ' ' , . 1 v Q Service Club I suv' l I" wary' Front row left to rzght Donald Gargls Martha Cope Jackle Steed Bob Wrlllamson Edgar John son Jean Norton Mr Holhday Reynolds Prlce Jo Duncan Back Ann Stephenson George Pressly Jlmmy McCul1ock Sklpper MacM11lan John Stevenson Karl Barkley Vzce Preszdent JIMMY MCCULLOCH Secretary Treasurer MARTHA COPE Sergeant at Arms BOB WILLIAMSON In order to g1VC recogmtron to students who have rendered outstandlng servlce to the school through Student Councll work publlcatlons sports and Off1C8 work the servlce club was organlzed The club rs sponsored by the student councrl A stu dent can be nomrnated by a fellow student or a member of the faculty Each candldate of thls commlttee and all candrdates must recerve the unanlmous vote of the members rn order to be rncluded The servlce club has two mductxon cere momes one rn the fall for semors and one 1n the sprlng for Junlors The names of the new members are kept secret untrl the pro gram The effect of a large book IS glven by large cards w1th a new member s name on each card As a person sees h1S name he comes to the stage A summary of the new member s servlce lS grven The member shrp can never exceed 25 a If at 1' l , U x "'N f f 42' 9 1 - v v - -' 1 1 7 7 3 ' President ,...........,ee... r.........,..... J ACKIE STEED is discussed and voted on by the members 7 9 . I Y A ' 7 7 Y 7 ' . . ' . , , ' ' , . .. . 71 Glee Club First row Mlller Leonard Barham Bynum Hughes Webb Llttle Tew Lambert Voorhees Trent Second row Thompson Moseman Purmgton Chaffee James Anderson Choate Roberts Spencex Snow Thzrd row Patr1ck Walker Carter Foskcy Baucom Phelps Moore Fourth row Hood Stephenson Nxpper M1lls Harrlson Penny Kmg Gullette Clark Ba1se Bagley Choate Ellen Evans Toskey Green Gupton Junter Lambert Llles Raper Sharp Spencer Voorhees Weems Whltehead El11s Hardy Wllllams Jobe Ba1ley Brown Byrd Campen ' ' v 1 . . ,a 5 , . , 73 Th1s year the Glee Club was under the d1rect1on of Leon B Flemmg It sang at varlous tlmes durmg the school year The1r performances lncluded a radlo pro gram 1n accordance w1th Natlonal Edu cat1on Week and a program of sacred Chr1stmas muslc for both the Parent Teacher ASSOC1Ht1OH and the student body The Glee Club s programs are performed by students selected from 1ts one hundred and seventy f1ve members At the Chr1stmas program the Glee Club presented 1tS f1rst octette solos were sung by Jean Sp1y ey and Glenn Anderson The art department asslsted by preparmg the stage set a sta1n glass w1ndoW and the covers for the programs A select chorus from the Broughton Glee Club gave 1ts performances at the D1str1ct MUSIC Contest on March 14 t Mered1th College A part of the select group who attended th1s D1str1ct Contest also attended the Mus1c Sprlng Festlval at Greensboro on Apr1l ll and 12 A select group of e1ghty volces presented a spr1ng concert 1n Apr1l ID the Broughton Aud1tO r1um Thls was the fmal appearance of choral groups from the MUSIC department Lahpac Staff Wlth the elect1on of Jo Duncan as ed1 tor and Holt Flemlng as buslness manager and the appomtment of Peggy Sm1th as advertlsmg manager the work on the 1950 51 LATIPAC began Fo11ow1ng these selectlons the supportlng staff was cho sen Bess Peeler Mehssa Morse and Joyce Sparger served as sen1or Junlor and sophomore class edltors respectlvely B111 Lee handled the Jokes whlle Ted Brown and Nannette Starl1ng edlted the enlarged sports sect1on Th1s year we found lt pos s1ble to lengthen the feature sect1on wh1ch Sarah Lawrence managed Reynolds Prlce Wrote the Senlor Story and Shlrley Habel was faculty ed1tor In putt1ng out an annual there are many behlnd the scene Jobs wh1ch one mlght forget but the success or fa1lure of these aCt1V1t16S many tlmes determlnes the success or fall ure of the annual The staff wlshes to ex press 1tS appreclatlon to the members of the Journahsm and typlng classes and also to the faculty members who d1d so much posslble Waller and Srnlth Studlo took the sen 1ors 1nd1v1dual plctures and Delmar Stud1os of Charlotte took those of the other classes Leonard Kamsler agaln th1s year took many of the other plctures From the openlng of school Peggy Sm1th and her advertlslng staff began the hard work of gettlng ads from varlous buslness flrms of the c1ty Much of th1s work was done by the students from the Journallsm classes At the December meetmg the senlors dec1ded to dedlcate the LATIPAC to Mr Jack Peatross The hours spent on copy wrltlng artx cles tak1ng photographs and collectlng STAFF HEADS Left to can and Holt Flemlng right Peggy Sm1th Jo Dun Left to rzght Andrew Hmton Gene Morm Becky Upchurch 74 I , . . 7 . - y y if y ' 7 Y ,Q 9' 7 ! K K. as ' in ' - , . , . p . , - 1 X ' ' S to make the publication of our LATIPAC y M Q . , . . . . t 7 ' 3 Y . , 4' I . 1 QQ, - ' ' y .- l ' . Latipac Staff Nannette Starlmff were prof1table ones not only because they made the prlntmg of the LATIPAC posslble but also because they gave us all an opportunlty to work together 1n a proj adv1ser Left to right L1bb1e Duke Mr Peatross V1rg1n1a Left to rzght Shlrley Habel Mellssa Morse From left to nght standmg Lucllle Splkes Sara Lawrence Bllly Lee Szttmg Ted Brown ect whlch We hope Wlll be a collectlon of our most cherlshed hlgh school memorles MISS Laura Helen Paschal was faculty Jovce 75 , 7 V 4: 1 '41 Kime, Reynolds Price, Dot Povsfell, Bob 1VlcDona1d. Sparger, Bess Peeler. V l V 'if , 1 ' A ., S, I! L 4 W cr 2 1 B . .V . , 4 . : 1 L ! f ' A l Hi-Times Staff Left to right: Martha Barber, Mary Lib Duke, Reynolds Price. With Reynolds Price as editor-in-chief and Laura Helen Paschal as adviser, the Hi-Times went to press at Edwards 81 Broughton for eight regular issues. It was evident from the first edition that the style and policy of the six-page monthly were being radically revised. All editorial space was devoted to a consistent plea for the acceptance of mature attitudes and actions on the part of the students and faculty toward such things as the football team. conduct, the Christmas season, the race problem, and the election of student coun- cil officers. Changes in format included the use of larger pictures - the Christmas issue carried the largest picture in Hi-Times history, a 6144 X 10 Madonna and child. A number of headline types gave variety to the pages, and a new type face was adopted that allowed for greater content. Melissa Morse and Bess Peeler. feature editors. attempted to present a cross sec- tion of the humor, fashions, and the cre- ative efforts of Broughton students. The sports staff, headed by Billy Churn. Tommy Dunlap, and George Pressly re- viewed and previewed the athletic events, naming each month one outstanding ath- lete as "Cap of the Month." The regular sports column, 'Sport Spotlight," was written by George Pressly and David Terry. Members of a large staff included Pat Dowell, managing editorg Mary Lib Duke, business manager, and Martha Barber, ad- vertising manager. Jennie Sharp's typing classes typed all copy. Leonard Kamsler provided the majority of photographs used in the paper. With the publication of the Senior issue on May 25, the Hi-Times completed its work for the year! It was the hope of the staff that they had raised the standards of the paper to a new height, that they had reflected clearly the varied and highly- colored Broughton life. STAFF. Left to right: June Driver. Mary Ann W ll Jo Duncan Shirley Habel Virinia Po e , . j . g Mumford, Harriett Hitchcock. STAFF. Seated left to right Vat Dowell Alida Barnette. Slmzcling lefl lo right' Joanne Haley. Marsha McKeenan. Bll Johnstone. and Nannette Starling. Sitting: Billy Churn. Jimmy Peebles. Stunzl- ingt George Pressly, Bobby Lassiter. Tom- my Dunlap, Gerald Jones. Lefl to right: Bess Peeler. Melissa lXIm'se. Sara Lawrence, Verne Caviness. A9 X c. r Audio -Visual Nde- Fwst row left to Mght Donald Mlller Bobby Mltchell Maurlce Klng J1mmy McCulloch Pete Eberhart Second row Larry Aydlett Kent Booker Harvey Henson Alex Cherry Walter Nance Tommy Brlggs Thwd ow Worth Godwln Jlmmy Bates Bobby Cline Tommy Roper Wally Bornemann Mr Mltchell B111 Wallace Claude Broome The Aud1o Vlsual Club was faced w1th the blggest schedule It had ever had There fore Mr Mltchell was appolnted as a facul ty advlser to the club He arranged the schedules and helped the boys durmg and after school Perhaps the blggest project of the club was the lnstructlon of the 1n terested members of the E1ghth Grade Class 1n the operatlon of the Audlo Vlsual Equlpment Harvey Henson was 1n charge of th1S project and he was appomted to suc ceed J1mmy McCulloch as Cha1rman of the Audlo VISUHI Comm1ttee of the Student Counc11 Other projects were furnlshmg muslc for dances runnlng the audltorlum sound system and playlng muslc from the tower at Chrlstmas 1 3 ' 7 5 Y Y ' : 1 1 Y , 7 . . T - . . . ' ' ' Y 7 Y Y I 1 - 1 1 ' v ' ' a x f ," ' , az" C. I ' ' ' . - 1 ' an ' ,Q I ' A . '. ,J " 1 . - ' 'J -v. 5. ," , . ' - Q- - ' ,45fvf.'..,: yin. f " 1 Stage Crew Fzrst 'row left to rzght szttmg J1mmv Stanford Jean Norton Ann Shaw Frank Newsome Le Dan. Hurst Second rou, standing Jesse Chappel Holt Flemmlng V1rg1n1a Klme Jlmmx Hlgg1HS Betsv Swam helen Maynard John Stephenson B1l1v Russ Tommy Strlckland Verne Cav1ness Thzrd mu, top Martha Cope Jarkxe Steed Peggy Mltchener Clyde Roblnson The stage crew 1S 1n charge of bu1ld1ng and pa1nt1ng all sets for stage productlons at the school Many afternoons have been spent by stage crew members worklng hard to prepare the stage for a play New members taken 1nto the stage crew th1s year were V1rg1n1a Klme Le Dare Hurst Peggy M1tchener Bllly Russ Betsy Swam Clyde Roblnson Verne Cav1ness Jlmmy H1gg1ns Helen Maynard and Jesse Chappell Certa1n members of the organ1zat1on are ass1gned to be back stage for all assembly programs and class meetlngs The stage crew IS headed by the co chalr men of the stage commlttee of the student councrl John Stevenson and Jean Norton . ' . 'Qi ' - 1 ' V 1 w 1 v w - r - - - 1 1 v . t V v y . 1 v v . v 1 - . , . Y , . c , , , . v - , - , . y s - Fzrst row left to rzght Margaret Brown Oveda Halstead Mary Ann Jobe Ellzabeth Floyd Mary Chappell Lou1sa Mordeca1 Joanne Curry Catherlne Coley Dot Jones Second row Ol1ve Worth Barbara Kenny Helen Maynard Martha Barber Harrlet Andrews Ellen Bonner Betsy Swaln Peggy Sugg Robm Fullex Lucllle SplkCS Thzrd row Jean G1ll1am Carolyn Hunter Lxnda Pyland Mary Forrest Carol D1Xon Jane Yarborough Anne Shaw Faye Ol1ver Jean Rob1n son Margaret Swaln ANN STFPHENSON MARTHA SNOW JEANNETTE WEAVER JANE SUGGS Semor Preszdent Secretary Treasurer Adviser Y Teens CAROLYN KING Q Y advzserJ SHIRLEY HAEEL HELEN MAYNARD Servzce Chazrmen PATSY PAULSON Program C hazrman ELEANIOR LANCASTER LENORE GREEN Publzczty Chazrmen ELIZABETH LYNN Soczal Chazrman 80 Y J 9 9 - 1 , , , D 7 9 7 S 15 y 1 1 v 2 " , . I MARY CHAPPELL ...............,.... Vice-President l . . 1 v 1 , r Senior Y-Teens A Thls year the Broughton Senlor Y Teens was under the guldance of MISS Jane Suggs club advlser One of the fxrst projects the Y Teens undertook was that of send1ng choco lates to Europe for Chrlstmas Keeplng the glrls lounge 1n clean cond1t1on at all tlmes was the project carrled on throughout the Fzrst row left to rzght Mlss Suggs Nell Newell Jeanette Weaver Martha Snow Peggy Srnlth Sally Heath Nancy L1nv1lle SUZ16 Blackard Second row Patsy Davls K1ll1an Mlddleton Marlanna Walker Page Beale Genevleve James Carol Bagley Eleanor Lancaster Ellzabeth Lynn MHFCIH McKeeman Thzrd row V1rglHla BHISQ Peggy Stalllngs Betty Garner Jean Norton Patsy Paulson Shlrley Habel TY' A! i"'i whole year In January the Y Teen Club collected blankets to be used by the Sal vatlon Army The State Y Teen conference was held 1n Charlotte February 2 4 Martha Snow delegate from the Broughton Senlor Club and Joanne Curry State Y Teen secretary represented the Senlor Club from Need ham Broughton ALM... WAN fua,,..,ob? Q'-0-..-,lgphv "4-an 7!A1f' 'al-V34- J. 1 , . - Q , g - . , . . . . . , y , - 3 7 . 9 ' Y 7 . 7 '-b Y Y 7 ' Z . 7 7 7 7 7 - ' 1 ,,,. F l mf f J l r 'H-L-mv A ' - , .J l ' ' T A ah - W .5 K JA-5 : v ' , I ' an J W ,Q f 3 K 5 T K N r' 4 , , , 1 ff 4 'W XY 7 ' 3 C . 5 X ,, X l 1 J . 'L v C54 L' f' 5 . n K ,, f' 1 17"M',f'.,v"fg-1 , Lv ti' .',"s , 1 4 ' :j.'f' ' - x 1' 1- . ll-,, 5 ' ' . .- -UN-if. , First row, left to right: Sue Cox, Joan Crosby, Janice Bishop, Louise Clark, Marion Chesson, Joan Barber, Rita Satisky, Betsy Loyd, Edith Rogers. Second row: Carol Campbell. Jean Bryan, Frances Andrews, Carolyn Anderson, Betty Barker, Fran- ces Estes, Mary Carter, Marian James. Third row: Peggy Garner, Dianne Ander- son, Susan Sharpe, Sarah Gullette, Patricia Spainhour, Patsy George. Fourth row: Joan Spikes, Ann Doris, Meriam Quarles, Kit Burnhart, Lemma Baucom, Joann Hicks, Patsy Jackson, Alice Graham. Fifth row: Betsy Williams, Ann Stron- ach, Elizabeth Arthur, Julianne Boone, Julianne Carter, Dot McConnell, Leslie Moser, Betty Gray, Joy Sambert, Patsy Leonard. Foont row left to 'right Ann Penny Nancy Nordstam Ei-YLLQI Barha? Ann Woodward Ann Bynum Le Dare Hurst Ann Eurv Mary Helen Cross lanche Daniels Second row Eleanor Palmer Janet Wilson Barbara Clark B111 Bickett Betty Hood Shirley Nylund Nettie Sue Phillios Fhtrd row Jean Spikes Joyce Eubanks Joanne Sinks Fotuth 1011, Patricia Miller Kathleen Hartsock Dorothy Newman Elizabeth Womble Nell Bowling Kave Foskoy Jerrv Jones Fifth rou Eleanor Palmer Sue Weathers Chase Ph1lllpS Marie Patrick Beckv Km Barbara Brawlex Billy Brown Elaine Mitchell Revelv Allen 82 Howell, Peggy Howell, Carolyn Warlick,'CaroLly.n Gaskill, Barbara D0ar,'Nancy Junior Y-Teens Fzrst row left to right Margaret D1ck Megan Goodw1n Sarah Bradford Jane Vlck Joan Crawford Alys Voorhees Becky Kmght Betsy CHVIHCSS Grace Pearce Second row Nelda Clements Jo Anne Sanderson Vlrglnla Urquhart Shella Young Sherry Wooldrxdge Al1ce Srnlth Margaret Chamblee Thzrd row COTIIIIG Choates Betty Jean McCarey Kay Lunsberry Shlrley Wxlllford Mary Allce Raynor Evelyn Brlggs Nancy Bowles Betty Sue Slater Barbara Carpenter Offlcers of the three groups of the JunIor Y Teens are as follows FIVE Y RS W O W President LOUISE CLARh Preszdent KAREN JENSON Vzce Preszdent JOAN BARKER Vzce Preszdent JANICE DAWKINS Secretary MARION CHESSON Secretary JANE VICK Advzser Mrss JUDY BARRETT Advzser MISS ELINOR Wourz Preszdent LE DARE HURST Vzce Preszdent NANCY NORDSTROM Secretary BLANCH DANIELS Treasury ANN PENNEY Advzser MRS HELLEN BRINKLEY The three groups have each had proJects dur from the seats In the audltorlum The other Ing the year One group V1S1t8d St Agnes Hos group VlS1tBd the epI1ept1c ward at DIX H111 p1ta1 and made p1ctures and curtalns for the and sold coat hangers A11 the groups worked rooms Another group removed the scratches at the Y on Fr1day mghts 83 I .u J . : . y 1 . . I , 1 7 7 Y l l I 7 . I I . .y . , . y 1 , , y 1 1 ' 1 2 . , , , , , 7 Y 3 Y ' , Treasury .........II,,,,,.,,,.,,,,,,...,. .......,,. J ANICE BISHOP Treasury ,c,.......,..........,,.. .....,,,.... R EBECCA KNIGHT F. O. G. , . Little Theater First row left to right: Jenkins Lee Stephenson Brown Hines Lassiter Higgin- botham. Second row: Barber Jones Chesson Hodge Jensen Heath. Third row: Linville Blackard Wilson Floyd Tyson Andrews Green Sugg Coley Maynard Briggs Curry Powers Spencer Jobe L1les Worth Weens Barnette Fourth row Veazey Terry Snow Horton MacDonald Hollis Young Sparger Spivev Fzrst row left to rtght Smith Newell Powell Smith Hamilton Second row Bradford McCrarey Harrill Lancaster Green Lynn Merriman Savage Mc Connell Gilliam Thnd row Bvnurn Green Meacham Middleton Crawford BJISC Carroll Habel Jackson 84 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 - - 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 . - 1 K 1 1 1 1r or 'Nr ,L fu. 11 ,x . 'X . . , , , , . , ! 7 1 1 V I 1 ' - . . . V , 1 ' 1 1 . 1 1 1 - Fzrst row left to 'rzght Ann Frazer Sue Weathers Jo Ann Barber Dot Jones Barbara Klnney Carol Duncan Shlrley Nylund Second 'row Mary L1b Duke Jean Norton Sandra Goe Marle Patrlck Hannah Jane Phelps Betty Garner Mary Elklns Towney Balley Bess Peeler Thzrd 'row Patsy Paulson Janlce Dawklns Grace Plerce Betty Brown Tom Johnstone Val Jones Jlmmy Hlgglns Bert Alden L1tt1e Theater Wlth a change 1n the schedule of courses a change came to the Broughton Dramatlcs Department Dramatlcs was class1f1ed as an mterest subject and everyone who took the course was ehglble to become a mem ber of the Llttle Theater The slate of off1cers was d1ff1cult th1S year s1nce each class had 1ts own off1cers The presldents of the seven classes served as VICE presldents of the whole Lxttle Theater Under the dlrectlon of MISS Dor1s Sparks the Llttle Theater presented num erous plays The major product1on of the year was a three act play The Baby Sltter Composed of 150 freshmen sophomore Junlor and senlor members The Llttle Theater met three tlmes a month These meetmgs consxsted of one d1nner meetmg one program meetmg and one buslness The programs consxsted of one act plays and study courses 1n make up llghtlng and sound effects The Golden Masquers Broughton s Dra matlc Honor Soc1ety entered 1ts annual product1on 1n the Sprmg Play Festlval 1n Chapel H111 D ' Y 1 5 . Y 7 Y- I ' ' 1 Q 7 7 Y 7 . ' . ' ' l . ' . . Y 1 5 7 Y Y u - - KL 1 9 , ' H . , , 7 1 ' - 1 , . ' - " 1 1 Q , - r y , . . . . . Fzrst row left to rzqht standmg Martha Cope V1rg1n1a K1me Mellssa Morse Barbara Brown Second row Ju11a Anne Crater Anne Croom Jackle Steed OtlS Carroll Thzrd 'row Mary Forrest Fourth row seated Jean SDIKCS Anne Stronach Anne Woodward Carolyn Clement Smith 'row standmg Barbara Perry Nancy Sanderson Lee Person Betsy Swann Lee Brownlng June Drlver OFFICERS Seated left to 'rzght Becky Povx ers Ton1 Br1ggs Evelyn Spencer Ann Croom Standmg B111y Lee Bob McDonald Buzzy Young Tommy Johnstone Bobby Thornton Peggy Smlth Morrlson Hogwood Sandra Goe 86 Joyce Ellen, Elizabeth Arthur. Fifth row: Peggy Mitchiner, Kay Loundsberry, l l N Golden Masquers me S-W2 .Seated Buzzv Young Martha Cope Bob McDonald Holt Flemmg Adv1ser M1s Sparks Back 7f'lL Ken Hlnes Evelyn Spencer Jean Norton Anne Croom Jackle Steed B111 Lee The Golden Masquers Broughton s hon orary dramat1c club 1S orgamzed for the purpose of recogmzmg students who have done outstandnlg work 1n the var1ous f1e1ds of dramatlcs To be el1g1ble for member sh1p a Jun1or must have th1rty po1nts and a sen1or tvx enty Then po1nts are awarded on the baS1S of part1c1pat1on 1n actmg costummg and other phases of play pro ductlon Once a student IS el1g1ble he must be then voted 1nto the club Th1s fall Jean Norton Ann Croom Evelyn Spencer J8Ck1G Steed Ken Hlnes and B111 Lee were elected 1nto the club Thexr 1ll1t18t1OI1 took place at a Golden Masquers L1ttle Theater dlnner meetmg The Golden Masquers has held 1ts meet mg Wlth the L1ttle Theater th1s year 1n order that both organ1zat1ons m1ght bene f1t from the programs held Some of the programs 1ncluded Joe Reeves A J Fletcher and Sam Beard as speaker The ma1n project of the Masquers th1S year was to sponsor the tr1p to the Caro 11na Dramat1cs Fest1val 1n Chapel H111 on Aprll 2 5 Over one hundred Broughton Dramat1c students attended th1s festlval At the fest1val the Masquers presented the one act drama by Jewell Bothwell Tull. Dead Men Cant Huvt You The cast 1n cluded Martha Cope Lee Garner Shlrley Habel Bob Macdonald and B111 Lee 'x 0" t 1 X 1 1 J 1 l 9 'E X ,t If ' I V , - U , ' , I U 'S .. ' 1 7 I . , ' . , , , . Y . ' I , . . . 7 . - I I u 87 Hi-Y mail Fzrst row left to rzght Burt Veasey B111y Lee Andrew Hlnton Bobby Gaddy Edgar Johnson Her bert R1dgeway J1mmy McCullock Second row George Pressly TOOKIE Desern Tommy Dunlap Karl Barkley Tommy Kennedy B1lly Churn Sklpper MacM1ll1an BILLY CHURN Vzce Preszdent KARL BARKLEY Sergeant at Arms HERBERT RIDGI-:WAY Secretary SKIPPER MACMILLAN Chaplam MR EMMET FONTAIN Admser The H1Y 1S a Chr1st1an orgamzauon durmg each month The annual mlnstrel whlch operates through the Y M C A was held March 23 and the dance was The club enjoyed a monthly SOC13l and Apr1l 20 The members also entertalned also attended a church m a group once thexr frlends at a p1cn1c 88 l T T w.,,,,,.,. ' ' s fl at T y , I , 3 if . 5 ,1 it tf 1 V E4 X 1 TOMMY DUNLAP ...r.....,,.r,,e,eeereoooo.... President JIMMY MCCULLOUCH .,rerre..r.......... Treasurer Tumor H1 Y The purpose of the Junlor H1 Y 1S to the school and communlty h1gher stand create ma1nta1n and extend throughout ards of Chr1st1an character OFFICERS TOMMY NEWTON Preszdent JACK WILLIAMS Vzce Preszdent HARRY JACKSON The Junlor H1 Y undertook several proj ects Whlch proved to be an asset to the school as well as to the club At Chrlstmas the members sent clothlng and food to a JESSE CHAPPELL Secretmy DANNY THOMAS Treasurer Sergeant at Arms the year the club presented a trophy to the outstandmg coach of the year The Junlor H1 Y held 1tS annual SOCIHI durmg the second semester Fzrst row left to rzght Jerry Parker Donald Hltchcock Bobby Yowell John Blkle Edward Steele Danny Jones Ned Meekxns Second row Tom Newton Donald Mlller Jesse Chappell Jack Fra zelle Cllfton Sneden Jullan Peebles Danny Thomas Thnd row Gary Flsher Rlchard Pendell Lennox Johnson Herman Taylor Kenneth Oakley Joe Moody Fourth row Ph1lHouch1ns Gerrv Hartzog Harry Jackson I I needy family in Raleigh. At the close of ,, ' , 5 Q ' " 1 .r .' A 'T . 4 M Q 3 fx W, - , r . p It K " I I 2 ' ' S s ' P , , .v " 1 A 5 - , , . . Q - ' fy p t I ,, A if-11 1 A , W ' 1 . -' ,AQ '. 89 Key Club NN! .g Left to 'nght around the table Edgar Johnson Jlmmy Stanford Tommy Dunlap Jack Cell Johnny Abernathy Sk1pper MacM1llan Tom Johnstone Tommy Kennedy Jack Reams Bobby Gaddy Wade Cooper Jack Frazelle Leonard Kamsler The flrst Key Club ln Rale1gh was orgamzed September 26 1950 w1th thlrteen charter mem bers selected by Mr Gale and a commlttee from the KlWdH1S Club Thls club sponsored by the KIWSDIS Club of Ralelgh 1S a servlce organ1zat1on As an Internatlonal Organlza t1on composed of over 16 000 boys thls club has SIX ObJ9Ct1V6S To develop 1n1t1at1ve and leadershlp To provlde experlence m l1v1nff and work mg together To serve the school and communlty To cooperate wlth the school prmclpal To prepare for useful c1t1zensh1p ObJ9CtlV6S of KIWHDIS Internat1onal The membershlp IS composed of the male members of the Semor Jumor and Sopho more classes who have good character and have shown they have leadershlp ablllty B6Sld9S the varlous service proJects glven to the school and communlty annually there are flVe projects required of all Key Clubs by Key Club Internat1onal The projects are banquet for parents banquet for school leaders model program for Klwanls Club model assembly program vocat1onal gu1dance program Four new members were accepted lnto the club 1n January They are Don Gargls George Pressley Senlors Burt Veaz y Junlor Joe Moody Sophomore The officers thls year were as follows TOM JOHNSTON Preszdent ToM DUNLAP Secretary ToM KENNEDY Treasure1 The Key Club Board of Dxrectors conslsted of the offlcers nd tre followlnd boys EDGAR JOHNSOY Somm- BOBBY GADDY J1411107 JACK FRAZZELLE Sophomore I . . K h 1 J ai., a if X ' ry' Q y 1 . . . y , 7 , 7 , y , 9 . I . ' . I A l . f ' I ' .' A - . ' . ' A ' ' , ' ' ' 1 , , A . . . . . . . 3 v . L ' . X To accept and. promote the Constitutional WADE COOPER-V-A-.-.'.-.Alg,-,-.-.-,-,-, -,',V, A .tj,-.-.Y,Y.-,izlf-ice-QPresidenz 90 xi Girls' Athletic Association The Girls' Athletic Association, an after- school club, was organized to promote girls' participation in sports. Any girl in the tenth, eleventh, or twelth grade who was interested was invited to join. After Miss Jane Suggs instructed them, the girls engaged in volley- ball, basketball, softball. touch football, tennis, badminton, ping pong, shuffle board, bowling, tumbling, and speed ball. Tournaments were held in the majority of these sports, The officers of the organization are, "Jo" Duncan, president, Nannette Starling, vice- presidentg Marion Lois Prescott, secretary, Kathleen Matthews, treasurerg Bess Peeler, press reporter, and Linda and Charlotte Clem- ent, Hiking leaders. There are aproximately fifty members who are divided into four teams. Marilyn Bridgers, Jo Ane Powell, Shirley Caviness, and Pat La Rue are the team cap- tains. These teams compete with one another throughout the year in various sports. In addition to the activities carried on dur- ing the meetings. the club has other functions. On Saturdays, hikes are taken. Some of these were the hikes to the Neuse River, Lake John- son, the Dairy Queen, and Cary, which is the longest and most interesting hike of the year. The G.A.A. basketball team participated in several games in the city. The highlight of the year was the Student-Faculty basketball game which was played late in January. Active participation was encouraged in all sports. Skating, horseback riding, bicycle riding, ten- nis, bowling, and many other sports were car- ried on as personal amusements and still the members were awarded points toward a letter. At the end of the school year letters were awarded to the ten girls having the largest number of points over two hundred. The sec- nod and third years pins and letters with two stars were awarded to those who earned them. These points were earned by participating in organized and individual sports. G. A. A. Roll Mary Carter, Ann Jones, Carolyn Warlick, Mary Page Williams, Pat La Rue, Charlotte Clement, Jean Gilliam, Page Beale, Nell Bowling, Marie Patrick, Oveda Halstead, Jean Jones, Jo Anne Powell, Nannette Starling, Shirley Slocum, Sue Sorrell, Marion Lois Prescott, Neill McLeod, Linda Clement, Arlene Griset, Mary Williams, Anita Fletcher, Betty Ann Welch, Betty Garner, Ann White, Bradley Small, Carolyn Clement, Alys Voorhees, Marilyn Bridgers, Jo Duncan, Kathleen Mat- hews, Bess Peeler, Barbara Anderson, Carol Bagley, Diantha Carter, Julia Ann Harrill, Janice Bishop, Harriette Barham, Miranda Watson, Nell Newell, Carol Duncan, Carol Dixon, Shirley Caveness, Peggy Carlton, Elizabeth Womble, Dorothy Newman, Shirley Nylund, Shirley Parker, Mary Helen Cross, Barabara Churchill, Sara Lawrence. Girls Monogram Club OFFICERS Blass PEELER MARILYN BRIDGERS Preszdent NANNETTE STARLING Secretary V1ce President Jo ANN POWELL Treasurer MEMBERS Bess Peeler Marllyn Brldgers Nannette Starllng Jo Ann Powell The GITIS Athletxc Assoclatlon Mono gram Club was orgamzed for the f1rst t1me th1S year Its offlcers were Presldent Bess Peeler V1ce Presldent Marllyn Br1d gers Secretary Nannette Starhng and Treasurer J o Ann Powell The purposes of the Glrls Monogram Club are to create more lnterest 1n g1rls athletlcs, to work for the betterment of Kathleen Mathews Barbara Anderson Marlon Lols Prescott Charlotte Clement Jo Duncan Lrnda Clement Jane Suggs Advzser the school and to act as a steermg board for the plannmg of school aCt1V1t1eS Th1s club had four projects for th1s year to help wlth the glrls xntramural program to ass1st the physlcal educatlon department w1th physlcal examlnatlons to be IH charge of lssumg the gym equip ment dur1ng lunch perlods and to keep the glrls lounge 1n order durmg home basketball games , l ' ' , 1 " s ' l P A X 5 4 . .rl L. 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Monogram Club 1-n-air., ...Ks Bottom row left to rzght Cavlness Holden Pressly Mathews Peebles Second row Eldrldge Day Mann Cooper Terry Staton Brown Rxdgeway Wllllamson Thzrd row Lasslter Carol MacM1llan Mltchell Johnson Lee Txppett Gates Mormg Fourth. row Pearson Gargls Reems Desern Eubanks Churn Dunlap Gaddy Turllngton Fzfrh row Frazelle Nelson Starnes Austln Brlggaman Anderson Veazy Mr Rmggold OFFICERS EDGAR JOHNSON Preszdent WARREN MANN Vzce Preszdent MR RINGGOLD The Monogram Club agaln had a suc cessful year One of the flrst projects whxch the club undertook was then' annual dance Thxs was the flrst soclal of the year and one of the most successful The next project of the year was the drlve to help needy fam 11163 at Chr1stmas txme A movle was held ln the audltorlum and the admlsslon fee was a can of food The club wlth the cooperatlon of the Student body took care TOMMY DUNLAP Secretary DONALD GARGIS Treasurer Adviser of over twenty famllles as compared Wlth seventeen last year The club made a name for ltself wlth th1s project The Monogram Club undertook many other projects durlng the year such as keeplng the people from breaklng 1n lme rn the cafeterla Mr Rmggold was adviser of the Club agam thls year He deserves a great deal of the cred1t for maklng the Monogram Club one of the better clubs m the school ff az TA, HAl,.,7g.i, p M C .5 ' '1 --f' 1 ' P A 4 . . 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' ' , 1 ' Raleigh High School Marching Band FLUTE Peggy Whitaker CLARINET Marlon Prescott B ss Peeler Nelda Clement Bobby Yoder Shlrley House Creston Holoman ETVIH Thompson B11ly Moxley B1lly Su1ter Madelyn Jones Hulda Turner Catherlne Whltley Nettle Sue Phllllp SAXOPHONE Jack Upchurch Evelyn Jenklns A D Roblnson S ROBER1 A BARNES Dzrectm TRUMPET Howard Mlms Lee Person Frank Day Rlchard Telfaxr Tommy Wllllamson Harold Matthews Harry Forbes Laddle Watklns Fred Bost Joseph Pearce George Jones Robert Clay Monty Houlder J1m Harrxll Townsend Holt SOUSAPHONE Kenneth Jolls J W Goodman Bedford Moseley Leonard Kamsler J1mmy Harrls Robert Truelove D1ck Holleman FRENCH HORN Robert Avent Betty Lloyd Ernest Jordan BARITONE HORN James Austln Larry Toney B111 Jones Joe Mlms TROMBONE Don Klrby Eddle Avent Scotty Smgleton Ronald Buchanan Ivan Joslln COLOR GUARD Thomas Prlckett James Stanford Danlel Thomas Frank Wall W1ll1am CFISD 94 PERCUSSION Thomas Klng Rlchard Day Rlchard Coley B111y LEWIS D3Vld McLean W1ll1am Rogers Roy G1ft Peggy Strlckland BELL LYRE Sue Wlllett Katherme Branch Carolyn Clement Sara Lawrence Barbara Perry Joann Powell Sy1V1a Reglster Pat Yelvmgton MAJORS Forrest Cox Dav1d Bagwell John Damel Glen Jones . MAJORETTES 4 ATHLETICS - '-"2-'..-.x .1 ": ,. " ', , l,,,.,x,,.q. wg-.',!'gv . 5 'l'f"r" xrx '5'V 74 :qi ,A .m?.- fl., wx, l. A fcmff , .F 3- uxxfa , .awe f . , gif, WL z , , f .1 Cfwqzt N T53 YS. . . , wp - 3 . ' A . Left to Tight: Carl Grad, Jimmy Ringgold, Carroll King. Football The Raleigh High Caps tackled a twelve game schedule that was probably the hardest in the his- tory of the school. Under head coach Carroll King the Caps met the Virginia State Champs, Portsmouth High, and the number three team of Kentucky, Manual High of Louisville, and Char- lotte and Greensboro, Western Conference stal- warts. The usual Eastern Conference foes were also met. The Caps coaching staff was completed when Chris Shay of Carolina and Watson Holly- field of Appalachian joined forces to help in the scouting and Junior Varsity work, along with as- sistant coach Jimmy Ringgold. In Charlotte's beautiful Memorial Stadium be- fore eleven thousand spectators, Raleigh launched its 1950-1951 football season against Charlotte Central High School. Larry Parker took things into his own hands and scored four times for Charlotte. The first score came on a play that covered 76 yards on a pass from Frantz to Parker. Minutes later Parker scored again on a pass from Frantz again. Parker then ran for 18 and 64 yards to score two more touchdowns. Then Raleigh came back with a pass play from Johnny Jernigan to Bob Jenkins, good for 12 yards and a touchdown. This left the half time score at 21 to 6, Central of Charlotte leading. Raleigh came fighting back in the third quarter to score again on another pass play. Lennox Johnson took a pitch out from Bobby Lassiter and tossed to Pierce on Central's twenty. Pierce carried to the seven and scored on the next play. Murray Williams kicked the extra 5 point. But Central scored on a pass from Jim Babb to George Robinson, and Bob Hatley kicked the extra point. In the fourth quarter Lennox Johnson passed to Tom Newton, who ran into the end zone for Raleigh's third touchdown. Central bounced right back to score Parker on a pitch- out from Babb. Final score, Central 41, Raleigh 19. The Greensboro Whirlies came to Raleigh for the Caps next encounter. A crowd of four thou- sand watched Tiny Burtner score three times and kick four points. Morris, Leary, Murray, Cham- blee and Casey also scored for Greensboro. The highlight of the game came when Lennox Johnson went 42 yards on a kickoff return only to be pulled down from behind after breaking through the big Whirlie line. Raleigh's lone score came with three minutes and ten seconds remaining in the game, when Lennox Johnson passed to Gra- ham Bostic on the Whirlie nine, the big flanker stepped over for the touchdown. The play was good for 12 yards and came after Bobby Ussery had recovered a Greensboro fumble. End Murray Wil- liams suffered a broken collarbone during the first half of the game and was lost for the season. Williams, Ussery, Gargis, and Newton led for Ra- leigh. The final score was Greensboro 52, Raleigh 7. The Caps journeyed to Durham for its next en- counter. Luck again failed to look toward Raleigh as the Bulldogs got three tallies in the first quarter, added one in the second, got two touchdowns and a safety in the third, and a single six pointer in the fourth. Jerry Hartzog saved the day for the winless Caps as he pitched to Luther Pierce who scampered over for the Raleigh's lone score. Dur- ham 47, Raleigh 7 was the outcome. Showing the way for Raleigh was Pierce, Hartzog and Ussery. Worth Lutz, Albert Long, and Bill McDaniels handled the chores for Durham. The Caps ventured to Wilson to see if the win column might be attained at the expense of the Wilson Cyclones. Three thousand fans stood in awe as little Paul Gay scored four touchdowns in helping Wilson to a 26-6 win over Raleigh. Raleigh scored first but Wilson came back with four touch- downs. Stalwarts for the Raleigh cause were Gar- gis and Pierce. Two thousand wet but happy onlookers sat in Riddick Stadium and saw Bob Williamson pull in a pass for Bob Lassiter and score standing up for the only touchdown of the night against Charlotte Tech. The touchdown was the game's only serious scoring threat although Charlotte Tech moved to Raleigh's fourteen with less than four minutes left in the game. At this point the Caps stiffened, and after three plays. Tech relied on a long pass on the fourth down, but it failed. Tech was unable to engineer another serious drive all evening as the Cap forwards turned in the best game in five starts. Newton. Austin. Williamson, Mathews. and Gargis were standouts in the front wall, while Johnny Jernigan and Woody Warrick led in the backfield. Raleigh 6. Tech. of Charlotte 0. Some three thousand fans saw Raleigh take its fourth defeat of the 1950 season, but they saw a much improved Cap eleven play one of its best games of the season. The visitors from Virginia scored their first touchdown after four minutes and twenty seconds of the first quarter when a sixty-two yard pass. Charles Sidwell to Robert Schwalenberg. was good for the score. Bobby McCarter, Wilson High's quarterback. kicked their first of four placements. Raleigh matched Ports- mouth's touchdown with one in the second period as Luther Pierce scored on a short line buck from the one yard line. This climaxed 58 yard drive sparked by a 47 yard run also by Pierce. Bob Williamson missed the extra point but Raleigh was still in the ball game. Portsmouth took the kick- off and marched to the Raleigh goal on 12 and 13 yard runs by Bob McCotter and Robert Griesback, respectively. Raleigh scored first in the third peri- od as Bob Lassiter went over from the one. Ports- mouth scored next on a 56 yard run by Roy Hendricks. Portsmouth's final score came when Harry Tidwell went around end for six yards and the final tally. James Turner and Robert Gries- back were tops for the Portsmouth's eleven. Jim- my Lassiter, J. C. Thomas, Bobby Ussery and Don Gargis led the Raleigh line play. Final score Portsmouth 28. Raleigh 12. Goldsboro came to Raleigh with fire in its eyes. because of last year's heart-breaking tie which came when Goldsboro was leading the Confer- ence. It was Billy Bell who had the major hand in handing Raleigh its sixth defeat in seven tries, Bell passed to Watson for the first score. Next was Bobby Frederick who bulled his way through the Caps for the second touchdown. After Frederick. Bell. Watson. and Pierce had finished there duties. Raleigh ended up on the short end of a 27-0 score. The Burlington Bulldogs had their hands full as the Raleigh Caps passed and ran only to end up in the losing column after a very impressive start. Bobby Lassiter and Lennox Johnson kept the Bull- dogs jittery throughout the game with their passes. Completed were six of thirteen for one hundred and forty-four yards. Half back Luther Pierce stood out both as a runner and as a pass receiver. Raleigh took the ball the first time it got it and moved to score on Lennox Johnsons pass to Tom . 2 M51 ,gf - -pw .Mp it Y ' W ' Q Q. .K .,IfQ,.'." Q, ,,' r, ,. 13 v sal YS e rv" 81 I ll l P 'iS1.4..1 .52 381 67 X Newton Ralelgh also scored agaln 1n the fourth perlod as Plerce went over the center for the touchdown BI'lIlClfl91d came back for Burlmgton to bulld the score to 21 13 It was one of Ra lelgh s good nlghts w1th a break or two Rale1gh could have been on the rlght end of the score The Ralelgh Hlgh Manual Hlgh Football game marked the flrst tlme that the Caps had taken to the a1r to travel to a game The Caps flew to Loulsvllle Kentucky The tr1p was enjoyed by all and the senlors w1ll always be able to look back on the tr1p wlth pleasant memories Ralelgh scored f1rst on a 56 yard march to Manual paydlrt Man ual came back to score on power plays by Schmldt who ran well all n1ght Manual was able to score conslstently because of Ralelgh s fumbles and passes belng 1ntercepted Flnal score Manual 38 Ralelgh 6 The Caps put on a br1ll1ant flrst half dlsplay to hold the Fayettevllle Bulldogs to a 7 6 score But the second half was completely domlnated by Fay ettevxlle as Ted Harrls and Paul McArther scored touchdowns for Fayettev1lle Luther Plerce scored Ralelghs lone touchdown on a pass from Jerry Hartzog Joe Smlth Bob Strlckland and Ted HGTTIS looked good for Fayettevllle as Don Gargls and Junk Ussery carr1ed the spark for Ralelgh Flnal score Fayettevllle 34 Ralexgh 6 There was excltement ln States Rlddlck Sta dlum as the Rale1gh Caps fought for all they were worth to down the Rocky Mount Blackblrds on a wet homecomlng day In the flrst half Bobby Brltt passed to Frank Llvesay for Rocky Mounts f1rst score After an exchange of the ball followmg the klckoff on the Rocky Mount 25 Dan Herrmg fumbled and Jlmmy Lass1ter of Ralelgh recovered on the Blackblrd s1x yard lme Luther Plerce went the remalnlng d1stance and Bob W1ll1amson s extra polnt was Wlde Score was Rockv Mount 6 Ralelgh 6 at the end of the flrst quarter In the second quarter It was Rocky Mount Wlth the Blrds get tlng thexr second score on a thxrty two yard run by B111 Grev w1th McCotter addlng the extra pomt The score at the end of the flrst half was Rocky Mount 13 Ralelgh 6 Trallmg as they came onto e wet fleld to start the second half the onlook ers saw Chrls Coley get loose for seventy yards m e thlrd quarter to come w1th1n one polnt of e Blackbxrds In the fourth perlod Junk Ussery went back to punt but lobbed a beautlful trxck pass to Luther Plerce who took xt and set S811 for 42 yards and a touchdown whxch put the Caps out 1n front to stay To make It even better Don Garg1s stepped up and klcked a beautlful placement From end to end the Ralelgh l1ne outcharged out tackled and out scraped the Rocky Mount l1ne The Cap forward wall made l1fe mlserable for the Black blrds all n1ght Luther Plerce and Chrls Coley bore the brunt of the Rale1gh offense wlth Bob Lass1ter and Jerry Hartzog handllng the quarterback Job ln flne style Woodle W3ff1Ck Lennox Johnson and Charlle Stokes also d1d yeoman duty 1n the backfleld The fmal score Ralelgh 19 Rocky Mount 13 Two years 1n a row the Caps have downed the Seven thousand fans sat 1n Legxon Stadium and watched the Ralexgh Caps and the Wllmmgton Wxldcats flght the last game of the season for both teams Charlle Niven scored four tlmes for the Cats Whlle teammates Jerry H1lburn Bob Outlaw and Jullan Rogers were gettmg one each Bob Lass1ter got Ralelgh s touchdown on a quarter back sneak F1nal score Wllmlngton 46 Ralelgh 6 Graduatlon w1ll take senlors Murray Wllllams Bob W1ll1amson Robert Hunn1cutt Gene Austln Don Gargls Skxpper McM1llan Bob Boyles Ed gar Johnson Ed Matthews J1m Lassxter Ted Brown Woody WHPT1Ck John Jernlgan Luther Plerce and Warren Mann but we are look1ng for ward to next year and hoplng the boys from Ra lelgh w1ll produce a champlonshlp team Thus old man football ended for th1S year 1950 . , . 1 . Y , th . v U . . n . th . . . . ' ' th ' . ' , , Y ' - ' Blackbirds of Rocky Mount. 9 ll 'I 99 lumor Varslty Football 'C Fust row left to rzght Campbell Voorhees Sapharlllls Sneeden Mlller Chamblee Hu kms Second 1ow Moody Hltchcock Puryear Ste1ne Audlett Jr Starnos Hall Thmd voud Mxller Glover Ellls Teague Deberry Eberhart Jackson Fomth vow Hxcks Plndell Ray Hunter Klng, Plrkle Pr1dg,c Shepard Crowder Cheerleaders Left to right: Peggy Smith. Ann Shaw, Bobby Mooneynam, Joanne Curry. Jean Spivey. Basketball Fzrst 'row left to rzght Peebles Hayes Colv1n Ussery Kelly Second row W1ll1ams Moore Glover Poole Johnson Thwd row W1ll1amson Thornton Thomas Cell Johnson The 1951 ed1t1on of the Ralelgh H1gh School Caps tackled a 21 game schedule the longest ln the hxstory of the comblned school team The Caps walked away Wlth 14 v1ctor1es agalnst seven setbacks fxmshxng the season second ln the State The Caps amassed a total of 1 270 po1nts dur 1ng the season for a 52 polnt per game average The Cap1tals h1t thelr hlghGSt total of 84 po1nts aga1nst Goldsboro whxle the seasons low was 35 agaxnst E112 Clty Sonny Thornton was the po1nt leader thxs season bucketmg a total of 212 po1nts followed by Bobby Colvm w1th 211 Jlmmy Peebles was thxrd h1gh wlth 208 Whlle bagglng the1r share of the polnts the Capltal Clty FIVE l1m1ted the opposltlon to 1 032 pO1HtS for a 43 polnt per game average Coach Carroll K1ng s flrst vear as head coach was alded by the able scoutmg of asslstant coach Watson Holy fleld Out of the season Coach Klng and Holyfleld had the enjoyment of seelng thelr team enter the State Tournament an underdog and comlng out second w1th only W11mlI1gtOH ahead The State Tournament 1n Durham turned out many stars among them the Caps own Jlmmy Peebles Peebles was selected along w1th Bob W1lll3mSOH for all Eastern Honorable Mentlon Due to their f1ne playlng the Caps earned runner up honors 1n the State Class Trxple A The Caps w11l lose slx sen1ors to graduatlon Bob Wllllamson Jlmrny Peebles Bobby Colvln Sonny Thornton Johnny Kelly and Murray W1l llams but returnlng we have Carl Hayes Len nox Johnson Edd1e Johnson Malvln Glover and T C Moore RALEIGH GREENVILLE The Ralelgh Capltals opened then' schedule agalnst Greenvllle and won handllv 43 to 30 Bob W1ll1amson and Sonny Thornton were h1gh scor ers wlth seven po1nts aplece B111 Dllllngham led Greenvzlle Wlth e1ght RALEIGH BURLINGTON Ralelgh galned 1tS second w1n of the season by upsettlng Burlmgton 1n an excltlng contest of 48 45 Thornton and Johnny Kellv led the scor 1ng wlth 13 and ll polnts respectlyely Wllllam son and Peebles led the defense All State Bob Burgess led Burllngton w1th 19 po1nts T17 81 J aaa tw' x , .-,, , , . . ' . ' 1 I 5 1 Q ' . y . . . ' A - 1 ' . , l . , Y - ' , ' Jack Cell, Roy Poole, Bobby Ussery, J. C. Thomas . . . .I . y I ' I . l . I . ' 1 7 . . j COACH KING and COACH HOLYFIELD -413' S RALEIGH ELIZABETH CITY Ralelgh s CHp1t31S surged from behlnd to beat Ellzabeth C1ty to the tune of 35 29 as the Caps won the1r thlrd ln a row Peebles and Kelly led Ralelgh Wlth nme polnts aplece Clay Foreman led the Yellow Jackets wlth 11 pomts RALEIGH GREENVILLE Ralelgh wlthstood two late rallles by Green vllle and went on to w1n by a very close 49 48 Kelly led Ralelgh wlth 13 DOIDQQ whlle Haynes led Greenvllle wlth 14 RALEIGH KINSTON Ralelgh galned 1tS fifth stralght vlctory by beatmg the Red Devlls 60 42 Bobby Colvln and Sonny Thornton led Ralexgh wth 18 and 11 polnts respectlvely Aldrldge led Klnston w1th 11 pomts RALEIGH KINSTON In a return match Wlth K1nston Ralelgh lost lts flrst game of the season ln an overtlme game to the score of 40 38 Coach Kmg started h1s re serves and he couldn t f1nd the rlght comb1nat1on to beat the hard scrappers of Kmston Thornton led Ralelgh wxth 13 polnts and Wlcham led Kms ton wlth 15 RALEIGH FAYETTEVILLE Ralelgh opened 1tS conference schedules by easxlv beatlng Fayettevxlle 79 40 The whole team played excellent ball and the contest was never 1n doubt Kellv had 19 and Colvln 14 to lead Ralelgh BOBBY USSERY and JIINIINIY PEEBLEs Scruggs led Fayetteville with nine points. RALEIGH- GREENSBORO Sonny Thornton's set shot with a minute and 40 seconds left in the overtime period enabled Raleigh to defeat Greens boros tall Whirlies by the score of 03 ol The game was xery close all through the regulation periods with the score tied at 26 all at halftime Colvin and Kelly led Raleigh with 19 and 10 apiece Williamson held Greensboro ace Bill Cam bell to a meager three points RALEIGH ROCKY MOUNT Raleigh took over the lead in the Eastern Con ference by beating Rocky Mount 47 45 in a thrilling contest Kelly led Ralelgh with 15 and Bartholomew led the Blackbirds with a s1m1lar number Usserv and Peebles led the stout Ra leigh defense RALEIGH WILSON Raleigh continued to lead the Eastern Conference by beating a hapless Wilson Cyclone Five 52 39 Guard Bob Wllliamson led the Ra leigh attack with 12 points Richard Ward led Wilson with 11 RALEIGH WILMINGTON Raleigh lost its first con ference game of the year to Wilmington bv the score of 38 41 Hales led WllU11Hg ton with 25 while Thornton led Raleigh with lo RALEIGH GOLDSBORO Raleigh got back into the win column at the expense of Goldsboro to the tune of 65 43 Raleigh s reserves had much to do with the win with Hayes and Wil hams leading the wav RALEIGH GREENSBORO Raleigh lost a heart breaker to Greensboro at Greensboro bv 02 :JI score Bill Cambell led Greens boro with 19 points and it was his free throw with 10 seconds left that iced the win Thornton and Peebles led Raleigh s losing cause RALEIGH FAYETTEVILLE Raleigh returned to ts winning ways by trouncmg Fax etteville High s Bulldogs -uiill . 17 -Kffdz Wersi. 60 47 Reserve Carl Hayes led Ralelgh Wlth eleven whxle Ray V1ncoll1 led Fayettev1lle w1th 18 RALEIGH WILSON Ralelgh contlnued IIS wlnnlng ways by humlll atlng WIIQOH 58 31 Coach Klng s startlng f1V6 ran up a twenty to two fxrst perlod lead and after that lt was no contest Ralelgh Just slmple had too much for the V1Slt1Hg cyclones RALEIGH ROCKY MOUNT In a game that was played before the largest crowd to ever see a hlgh school game 1n thls state 4 000 people Ralelgh defeated Rocky Mount 47 35 The game was held ln the Reynolds Coll selum and the locals put on a flne dlsplay of ball Bob Wllllamson led Rale1gh wlth 13 po1nts and J1mmy Peebles was outstandlng on defense Blg Ben Futrell led the Black Blrds w1th eleven RALEIGH DURHAM Rale1gh lost 1tS second conference game of the Vear to Durham by a score of 61 47 The Caps also suffered a double loss as thev lost the serv1ces of Wllllarnson Wlth a dlslocated shoulder He sat the rest of the rsgular season out due to thls 1nJury and was badly missed by the Caps Long and Dlxon led Durham whlle Colvln and Thorn ton led Ralelgh RALEIGH WILMINGTON Ralelgh lost 1tS second IH a row to the powerful JV1lm1ngton W1ldcats The score was 70 48 Char he Nlven led Wllmlngton Wlth 24 po1nts whllc Colvm and Peebles were best for Ralelgh RALEIGH GOLDSBORO Ralelgh once agam Jumped back 1nto the wm column by slaughterlng Goldsboro 84 52 The Cap had a great nlght and Goldsboro was s1mply no match tor the revenge seekmg Capitals STATE TOURNAMENT Ralelgh drew as 1ts openlng opponent ln the State Tournament the Black Blson of H1gh Po1nt coached by d1m1nut1ve Tony Slmeon Hlgh Po1nt was dropped from the three day classlc by the Caps to the tune of 69 37 Peebles had a great day and led the locals with 21 pO1UtS Rale1ghs 69 DOIHIS t1ed the state tournament record of po1nts scored 1n one game The Caps drew as 1tS seml fmal opponent the strong Whxrlxes of Greensboro Greensboro was the heavy favorlte but Ralelgh fought hard all the way and won 50 49 It was by far the best game of the tournament Thornton led Ralelghs scorlng Wlth 14 and Peebles had 11 Wllllamson held Greensboros Cambell to slx po1nts WhlCh was far below his 22 po1nts a game average The game was played before 3000 screammg fans 1n Dukes Indoor Stadlum Ralelgh met Wxlmmgton the followlng n1ght for the state champ1onsh1p and lost 65 50 Ralelgh had a poor nlght and t1me and tlme agaln m1ssed easy shots Thus Rale1gh ended 1ts flne year and ended up as state class AAA runnerups The coaches and players are to be commended for thelr f1ne work lumor VHISIIY Basketball Front row left to rtqht Steme, Tavlor Brxckhouse, Teague, Jones Second row Smlth, Upchurch, Jenklns, Eberhart, Mountcastle, Klrbv, Coach Grad Thzrd row Rollms Mendenhall, Hartzog Haynes, Stevlcks . . . , . . - - V . . . , - 1 s . .il - ., . . L '. .. , 1 ' - . D . . , u . xx . . . . l I l Baseball Front row left Lo rzght L H Smlth Jxm Poole C,lydeRob1nson Jack Frazelle Sonny Turllngton Cllfton Sneeden Second row Jerry Hartzog Jack Murdock B111 Poole Woody Warrlck Robert Thompson Tommy Crowder Glenn Harton fCapta1nD Th11'd'row B111 Wallace lManagerJ Ben ny Upchurch Bob Ussury Forrest Cox Lennox Johnson Davld Strlckland Preston Inscoe Mar VIH M1lls Jlmmy Plper J C Thomas Robert Mooneyham CManagerJ March A r1l 3 BASEBALL SCHEDULE Cranbrook School Broomfleld H1115 M1Ch1gHH W11SOn Here Wxlmlngton Here Goldsboro There Rocky Mount Here May Durham There Wllson There Fayettevxlle There Goldsboro Here Rocky Mount There Durham Here ' 22 ...........,................ , 24 ,,,,..,.,.,,.,,......,.......... , P ' --.,--,----.-.-.-----..-.............. ' , 1 ....,..............,....,. ' , 6 .........................,.. Fayetteville, Here 4 ..,....................,,. Wilmington, There 10 .............,.....,........ 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Bottom row left to rzght Graham Anderson Herbert Rldgeway Tommy Dunlap Lynwood Eubanks Pat Eldr1dge B1l1y Churn Second row B1lly Staton Lalry Tlppett George Pressley Wade Cooper Hart Gates Thtrd row Bobby Lynch Larry Ellls and Jlmmy Pressly The Ralelgh H1gh School Swlmmlng Team had the most successful season of any of the local athlet1c teams The tankers had only one loss to the1r credlt and that was to the Carollna Freshman The swlmmers took to Frank Thompson Pool about the last of Nox ember to beg1n workouts The flrst meet entered was an 1nv1tat1onal meet held at State College for College freshman and h1gh school sw1m standlng B1lly Churn won the 200 yard freestyle and got a second 1n the 50 Whlle Tom Dunlap won the 100 yard backstroke Wlth record breaklng performances by Bllly Churn 1n the 100 freestyle and by the 200 freestyle relay lPat Eldrldge Herb Rldgeway Graham Anderson and Bxlly Churn! the Rale1gh tankers swept the Southeastern and the Southern Interscho last1c Champlonshlps held at Atlanta Georgla and Chapel H111 North Carohna respect1vely The State Champlonshlp was reta1ned by the Ralelgh squad for the th1rd stra1ght year Bllly Churn Tommy Dunlap Larry Tlppett Graham Anderson and Bllly Staton won 1nd1v1dualt1tles for them selves wh1le the 200 yard freestyle relay composed of Pat Eldrldge Herb Rldgeway George Pressley and Graham Anderson won the1r event In the1r final meet the Duke Invltatlonal Swunmlng Meet the Tankers aga1n won Churn Dunlap Anderson Eldrldge Eu banks Rldgeway Tlppett Cooper Veazy Pressly and Staton were all 1mpress1ve Semors who are leavlng are Tommy Dunlap B1lly Churn and Graham Ander son three of the best swlmmers ever to come out of th1s state Others who are leav 1ng are Larry Tlppett Herb Rldgeway George Pressly Hart Gates and Wade Cooper W1th Pat Eldrldge Bllly Staton and Lynwood Eubanks returnlng next year the tank squad w1ll be very strong aga1n next year The scores for the meets were as follows Granby 21 Greensboro 19 Carolxna Fresh 45 Granbey 23 Ralelgh 51 Greensboro 24 Ralelgh Ralelgh Ralelgh Ralelgh ,n N , : - - Y . ., y 1 , 7 ' 7 l n . , . . Q , l I ' - , 9 . 1 . 9 1 , , , . 7 Y 7 l 3 I Y . 1 7 . mers. Two of the Raleigh boys were out- - - - ' 1 1 . . Q y ' , . . ' ' : ' , ' , ' ' 7 1 . , . . - I ' ' 7 1 7 7 ' 7 . - ' 7 . n I , n 1 ' I Z . 54- . . . . 56- . ' . Y Q . 30- . a , 1 . p . ' . 106 Left to Tzght Graham Anderson Blllv Churn Tommy Dunlap George Pressly Hart Gates Larry Txppett fd1V1I'1gJ ' X Chrls Coley and Bob Hlggenbotham 107 - . v . v v ,W 1 - 'y - , , -X , 2, G. " ' X L ., W .- 4 Q L , Tenms Team Pwst row left lo rzqht Lee Person Joe Moody Jack Reams Second row Mr Tally Frank Jeffrey Alvin Starnes Edward Plzer Jerry I-arker Track Team x 108 Majorettes L ft to Hght Sara Lawrence Sylvla Register Jo Anne Powell Carolvn Clement Barbara Perry Patricia Yelverton and Katherine Branch FIGHT SONG tto the tune of Shortenin Bread Cheer Raleigh High School Raleigh must win Fight to the finish Nex er gixe in 1Rah rah rahl You do your best. boys We'1l do the rest. boys Fight on to victory Rah! Rah? Rah! Tuck in your shirttails Roll up sour pants Go home You ain t got a chance You came to Raleigh With your high-flung head: Go home. , ,aa,c. ,. aaaa,c., to DROP DEAD! cafalw lun. mx Lwflii fig H, My GIIIS Sports gi XNJ Ftrst 'row Jo Duncan Nannette Starlmg Second rou, Kathleen Mathews Barbara Church1ll MHTIOH Lols Prescott Thzrd row Marllyn Brxdgers Marle Patrlck Sue Sorrell Shlrley Parker Fourth row Charlotte Clement Barbara Anderson Bess Peeler Shlrley Slocum Arlene Grlset The four maJor sports wh1ch the glrls par 'uclpate 1n th1s year are volleyball soccer bas ketball and softball The year was started wlth the playlng of volleyball After studylng thc rules they put them 1nto practlce by takxng part 1n volleyball tournaments whxch were held among the gym classes as well as among the G A A teams Next came the vlgorous sport soccer Teams were organlzed wlth the gym classes and am mated contests were held among thse groups Wlth the commg of sprlng our mterests were centered around softball The G A A chose a varsltv softball team whlch was com posed of twenty glrls who proved that they were the most outstand1ng 1n that sport The year was termlnated w1th the mvlgorat mg sport of tennls After practlclng the fun damental rules of thlS sport matches were held w1th1n the glrls classes I I ig at 1 rrr s '9 1 I. 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S. . . ,lg ' L, , wi M ,ig CQ, A, A - O Q , I , rf may . 110 Softball The mlnor sports ln whlch the glrls par tlclpated were touch football bowllng and tumbllng All the glrls enjoyed playlng educatlon program th1S year for the fxrst tlme Durmg the months of December and January the glrls were fortunate 1n belng able to bowl at Brooks Recreatlon Cen t r durlng thelr physlcal educatlon perl Llnda Clements NIe11 McLeod Bradlev Small Jams Blshop ods The classes kept records of the bowlers Wlth the h1ghest scores Tumblmg was one of the most mterest mg features of the year The physlcal educatlon department was equlpped w1th new mats whlch were used by the glrls gym classes as well as the G A A Durmg several meetlngs of the G A A dlfferent flgures and stunts were accomphshed among the members Volleyball Tenms Pat Larue Peg v Carlton Oveda Halstead Peggy Jones Frances Howell 1 . touch football which was in the physical ' I - - 111 Football FOOTBALL Dot Jones Anne Jones Joe Anne Powell Julla Ann Harrxll Sara Lawrence Carolvn Clement Soccer SOCCER Carol Dlxon Pat Yelxlngton Joanne Curry Kathryn H'1rr15on Dlanthl Clrter Tumblmq TUMBLING Pav Ingle Patsy Leonard Leslle Moseman Lynn Howard Joyce Stephen bon Ann Hardy Sally Ives Peggy Howard Betty Hood Wancv Wllson Betty Slater E1 nn 112 . , ' 7 x -I . , , 7' Q .'l , 1 ' . z Z . . 55313 , QW, ,, fix, far . - I. . . . V . X N ' , ,. . . V , 1 , , . X 1 FEATURES 4 ,Q V "4"-ff' ?, K, Marshals c a Z '7 is 1 X Um N "2"Y -,,,.f' Left to right: REYNOLDS PRICE. VERNE CAVINESS. LENORE GREEN. EDDIE COTHRAN. ANN SHAVV. TOMMY DUNLAP, JEAN SPIVEY. KARL BARKLEY, AND JACKIE STEED, 114 The Senior Story It was the fifth September that we had walked up the long walks to Broughton. To some it was merely the end of another sum- mer: the conclusion of a hot season of beaches. work. swimming. rest. and fun: to some it was return to dreaded work. To us it was the first day of our last year at Broughton. On that first day we found ourselves in homerooms with these teachers: Mary Barber Boyette. Sophie Clayton. Fannie Fulcher. Laura Helen Paschal. Celeste Penny. and Helen Runnion. The first week was bewilder- ing. We were uncomfortable in our new and sanctified position. We were introduced to a Mr. John G. Gilmartin: some made the ac- quaintance of a book called Word Clues. And we struggled to adapt ourselves to the new "interest-core" subject system. roaming the halls frustratedly like so many green fresh- men. We found ourselves back in gym classes for the first time in three years. Of course we complained! It was preposterous that seniors should be required to exercise twice each week! We were lost that whole week. until Friday when we became seniors. The bell rang. We returned to our homerooms. All the prac- ticing that we had done was forgotten. and we were scared-all of us-from Binky Perry and Ann Marie Trent, who led the two lines to Ed Matthews and George Pressly. who towered at the end - were terrified. We stumbled coldly down the three stories and stopped at the auditorium doors. The marshals stood there readyg the solemn music began: there was no escape-we were seniors. Elections filled the next weeks-cheerlead- ers, class officers, Council representatives. homeroom executives. The seniors were faced with the choice of five people to guide their last year. We elected Bob Williamson, on nomi- nations, as president, Holt Fleming was named vice-president: Ann Stephenson. secretary: Mary Ann Powell, treasurer: and Billy Churn. sergeant-at-arms. The football team was growing to be a real topic of discussion. The team was not achiev- ing spectacular success, and some talk was heard of our "poor team." our "pitiful squad." But as the season progressed. we grew to admire and respect the courage and endurance of our team. On October 6 we watched respectfully and lauded in the National Honor Societys fall ceremony. Those honored for high standards of character, scholarship. leadership. and serv- ice were Ann Stephenson. Jeannette VVeaver. Jean Norton. Sara Lawrence. and George Pressly. With the first issue of the Hi-Times on Octo- ber 6. it was evident that the student publi- cation was taking on a new aspect. A clear editorial policy was announced and consistent- ly maintained: content and pictorial quality were stressed by the staff. We held our first class meeting on October 5 and discussed plans for the 1951 LATIPAC. The following week. we elected Jo Duncan as LATI- PAC editor: Holt Fleming. business manager. and Peggy Smith. advertising manager. Jo At the Eighth Grade Reception. immediately began forming the staff. and the '51 LATIPAC was underway. In mid-October the Kiwanis club sponsored Raleigh Government Day. Those chosen to represent Broughton on the student city Council were Bob Williamson. who served as mayor. Skipper MacMillan, and Jackie Steed. It was State Fair time, and we filled our annual Fair holiday with the garish lights. shows. the feverish rides, the food. the "Pan- das." and tired feet. In November clubs began to reorganize. The language groups, the government clubs. and the highly coveted Service Club. The Service Club. organized in the previous year, to honor students who have rendered outstanding serv- ice to the school recognized eight seniors in the first assembly of the year. Those seniors were Karl Barkley. Jo Duncan. Donald Gargis. Ed- gar Johnson. Jean Norton. George Pressly. Reynolds Price. and John Stephenson. November brought Homecoming, and we began to plan for the big week-end with en- thusiasm. Sponsors were chosen - Anne Croom sponsored the seniors-. plans for the parade and dance. and for the game on Novem- ber 10. A heavy rain fell but did not seriously dampen "Homecoming spirits." Thanksgiving was upon us. Dr. Howard Powell of Edenton Street Methodist Church 115 :ff k ,, 3' fi' ,314 I ' ' '- 714, 1 5 'L . 8 ' gr' Av W 1 I Q if 1 ?"xa 1 5- A we 1 If ,." '!2'f"" 11 ,hpgvn,'friaiizQri:Sisv"1g-r- jk , gaps. - ' - . 7 'uk 'A ,pf Eff' ' fi f ' ,T , J z . ,, ind'-H .-.A1.Sif, , QA fn, 4 5, , 'i V 1 , ,Vw-1fa -. 'Q V, ' - , Q 1 - 'N ' ,' I .W -.', I 3 .15 ' H.. QA . 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Pictures t'or the Annual. lhc F1cultx g1mc womcn mcn tor thc Ang1cr B Dukc Scholarsh1p and thc twc travcllcd to Dukc for a week end oi testlng and 1ntcrv1ew1ng Off1Cl3lS of the Unl xcrsltx announccd on March 19 that Rewnolds was thc VVIIIDQI' ot thc S3 000 scholarsh1p from h1s d1str1ct W1th thc award Rovnolds bc amc thc tourth Broughton studcnt to Capturc the covctcd pr1Lc It was a llttll hard to LCIICVL that hc honor Lls at 1 JLIDIOI' Senlor Prom It was no tlmc NlI'lC,L wc had flIllSl'1Ld entertammg thc Sb ot xm l1llcd wlth n1oonl1 c roscs ,111 1 was t IL wc wcrc IL ll lOl mw 1 thc oncs to stanc whllc the JLINIOTS worked And thex worked ' ' 2 ' ' 2 2- 1 -1 1 , ' ss-Q 1 1 QS,-Q Z 1 1 1 ' ' 1 ' 1 ' 1 1 ' , ' A 1 ' 1 Y' " ' 1 1 1 1 - ' K 4 " ' ' x Q ' 'L V' 1 1 B ' 1 1 , , ' ' ' 1 - 1 ' ' - 1 . 1' ' . " 1 1- ' 'Q 1' 1" 5 . 1 1 1 v 1 A 1 1 ' - 1 - Z 1 1' ' I- - ' ' ' S 1 . X x i . X t X X ' 5 ' 5 ' ,U ' juniors wcrc- actually doing all that Work to A A ' 1 1 1 1 1 1 rg B, , E - - 1 A . A, , 1 L, 1 - 1 51 1. 1' 1 1 f 1 Cla," ' '50 in 21, gl' " 1 " 'gm to l ,W -, K-1 C -A 1 11 U 1-A 1 M1 h ani 1' P t t " 5 rt -3 1 '- - 11 - GC ,g X I , Rv.. 5 P ' 11. 1 A S 11' -S H1 1. XVQ. VCI-Q1 1 15- V1 . 1 X 1 , ,. . , 1 " . 1 1 ' ' ' ' 1 ' ' S r I A 1 1 The Scmor Play The Cast D1rectors Make up Commlttee to great success to Que us an unforgettable dance In a gym mlraculously converted 1nto a Mlsslsslppl Showboat replete wlth docks waterwheels cotton bales and a star llt sky we danced for three hours And then lt was over In Aprll most of us began to reallze fully what was happenlng There were two months untll graduatlon and there was too much to do We met and voted to landscape the 1m mense front lawn of the school as our gut We begar 1nd1V1dual conferences wlth the admm lstratlon We attended College Nllffht and many of us wer begxnnlng to TQCQIVG the awa1ted letters of acceptance from Duke or State or Carollna or W C or The Student Coun ll Electlons were held llzlng that lt was thelr duty to leave tlfe school ln safe hands Aprll 27 brought the annual H1 Y Mlnstrel Sprlng Foll1es Thls xear a new lHl'1OV3t1Ol'1 was made and the bows presented a new open mg var1etx act followed by the tI'3d1ll0ll3l end men and chorus act 1 I . - - . . A- l . ' ' . ' ' . . e ' ' ' I The seniors took part in them seriously, rea- " ' . L 'D . - . 119 K x n ' of i 5, A 1 Q. f N A KQV i 54 lk :A 'I Hu , V, W 1' 1 15 V 'J' N1 L- -"-v ax: ' eh , SX , 4., I 'N - gf ' V 'V 5 'gr 'a xi'- " W -' if W f1f A' M? , Q -, 1' . ' wp' , T qv '52a'!,w I Q-xd.. mmm X x 'gg wi HQ f I ai W TY' 2 milf H f A ,a.v4 4 W hw ., ' 7, 1 4 it + 5. as YS 1 Q: , QW , W9 A wi , Ak f iff, 'Q ffff ig ' k ff QI ', , i fl :K A A +8 2 A XL L ' x if f k,.Agt".1'kQ:? 1 '-': . f y Q' 1 'v ' - u. , 21: 4 x, H' rw -.V I M +1 - MTF . 9' 9, ,fx ., ' Y' 5 N , ' N 1 X' . 2- H i K' 2 , , A , WJ ,l I Q nl 'fr 1 I X F X 1 Q '31 ,4 - , 1 .. - A A It ' . 'va "5 'fungus '. , . 'uni P.. , .,y,,,..,.q-, 'P-.,,.,, . fv ,.' , t fv-Al-...ac 1 ' .Ask gg,m.w- -00", u .Ze ,vw ,,- K ' ' 4 x- ,y y 4 'ltr Cookies for Christmas. The Christmas Story in 214 The tree in 312. Queen of Hearts V J' fi .Ui , Ln, A , A W Q, V, 4 Wge, .wz,5gwfEs, if R av MW? .l QUEEN ANNE CROOM and her escort BOB WILLIAMSON Left to rzght Betsy Hayes Steve Moody Grlg K1rk 122 4? , y y - E'g',+v 1 Y E Q if , y r' - , Y 'S riff ' ' fa? f'P , , A ,I , I A,L 'fy ' MQ, , 1 .L g , M , , Q , f - B. 1 Q .5 ' , 12, ' ' ' ' . 5 . f , , A W e . o Lh H fl , , K ' , . ,. I 4' Y . ' ' V 1 : ' 75 - A .7 ,lr ' , .k-zfm' , , ,fry i 3 ,V I E g L V 5' , t ,1 Q , Y 4 aa. " K , 1 , H , f, W 2 -ig? ' V -g A ' . ifgf , M V W' ,. I L , if -in f" 4 . 2, ,,,v' y A y f . " 5' 1? ' W' f -, if ui' y. . 1 ' , , . Queen of Hearts In a beautiful Valentine setting Anne Croom was crowned Queen of Hearts for 1951 by senior class President Bob W11 hamson 1n a chapel program on February 16 Queen Anne was chosen from the senior class by popular vote of the entire student body runner up Jackie Steed was Maid of Honor The eighth grade selected one at tendant for the queen's court who was Faye Arnoldg the two attendants from the ninth grade were Betty Gray and Joy Lambertg Pat Yelvington and Julianne Boone were selected by the tenth grade Junior class attendants were Barbara Kinney and Joyce Ellen and the senior class elected three attendants who were Martha Snow Margaret Williams and Jean McConnell Queen Anne reigned at a Valentine Dance sponsored by the senior class in the gymnasium on February 17, when she and her court were again formally presented and entertained with a Valentine program. .Qian 5-dd-ov I VJS, fir' 4L.,L.1,,!fy,,,f5 1, :vi '40 4,44-I Mr and MISS Needham B! Broughton V 44' JAMES GEORGE MACMILLAN, III SHIRLEY ANN STEPHENSON 125 -A-fn, 0 J CL-cA.4,'f fy..u,-.1 U-LL f Clfu-L79 K!Q.A.,x4 if -1,LJ.," -Loud! e' H"'-.44 Xf AJ I A I f ' " - - E' . I- J A ,, ,F f "" 7 'I ' .. "" .f .4-Lf. fl V, ,V " . ,Q A 1 , 1 Q I , .MQ H ,,.,,,,,, . .P I I 4 ,. ' lf' " -' E s - - .592 ffl f' u E. , f If ft, I -W fr ,,.,,,..M! 4 I 1 'MI-.1 f':. f..' V, l . Q? , ,,g..q ,Aj ! , f' ,, f xA ,Q - 435 P -, .J , .. , V , , ' Sv . 2 YA If M A I I' 0 9 ,Zi if f ., Iigi f, 5 1 V. L f f ,A , . 'U' f- rg ...Af ' 1,31 Pg I -X, fd g , s -of f, F f ,A ' 4 :lui ' 3 , iff' Beau-Belle l 5 LAWRENCE ALAN TIPPETT MARTHA CAROLINE SNOW 126 6ZUA- 011.315 4, ummm Hwy W1 W' :aa wif. EUGENE ROBERT RANEY NANCY SUE GEANES 127 s O ' , J - ' Q' , jd 6 ' ' wr X' V ,E vvvvv I-AAA -dv 4."'4.4 - WM- wx: '1- t v - Y I v Q M5 V , ff 'E 'a ,Z -A I ' Sports NANNETTE STARLING BENJAMIN ROBERT WILLIAMSON 128 , V I Scholarshlp ad gsgd in an '-19 Qgwf.. ERIC DAVIS POTTER BESS LENORA PEELER 129 EDNA JACQUELYN STEED EDWARD REYNOLDS PRICE 130 Versatility Advertisements If Doern 1' Tale KI Cryftol Boll to .See YOUR FUTURE IN TELEPHONE WORK If Vou choos T l e a e ephone Career Vou mav be sure of Good pay from llze sim! Frzendlv eo workers F reqnent scheduled rozses Helpful supervzsors I nfereslzng znzportont work Plenty of opporlunzlx or odvaneenzent One of llze bex! Jzekness benefit penszon plans zn all znduxlry o om nn lojznenf rupenzror uzll rlzow vou de nzfflv lzoc flu Ildilllllfll up fo ez real future for YO U gn o felcplzone uorl Lon add SOUTHERN! BELL TEI EPHONIE AND T111 EGRAPH COMPANY Q , 1 E W . 'X . L X I . A. ,. . '-,f T . . - . . . . One 'vzirif f .' ' fl ' . "1 . "i Q- , :T , T ., ,- . . fl, 1, ' A ' T . Father: Who broke the chair in the parlor last evenxngi Becky: It broke all of a sudden. Father, but neither of us was hurt. RAWL lYHHiCO PA Y DE OTO PLYMOUTH 405 7 F'1yettev1lle Street RALEIGH Salnt Mary's School and Junlor College Richard G Stone President Ralengh North Carolma l-lngh School graduates are ottered two years standard college work The curriculum also Includes llth and l2th grades hugh school work All acadernuc courses tullw accrednt d by South ern Assocuatuon Excellent Courses In Art Business Exoresslon Home Tultlon Included IU General Charge Twenty Acre Cafnous Freld Sports Tennrs Gyrnnasuum lndoor Tried Srurnrnlng Pool Galt Horseback Rudnng Write for Catalogue and View Book lVIurr5 Do sou know a man down xour wax wlth one leg named Wilson Foggx Well Im not sure Whats the name oi hls other leg I ' 1 ' 0 . Qc S r A . 3 . r N G t . 4 K. " Economics, and Music Departments with V I V X- 1 ! . W , g I . , Yr: Q V 4 l .' .' 7 ' Mr Nelson GIVE an example of wasted energy Blg Ed Tellmg a halr I'alSlI'lg story to a bald headed man EREDITH COLLEGE ACCREDITED llberal lrts colleve Southern ASbOCldtl0ll of Colleves and Secondary Schools AHlCf1LdIl ASSOC1 IUOII of Unlverslty Women ASSOCIHUOII of Amerrcan Unlversltles PROCRESMN E educatlonal provram ln terms of Lllflblldll character and servlce DISUII frulshed record of student honors Excellent llbrary fHClllt1CS Effectlve honor system ATTRACTIVE loc lt1OIl ln Ralelgh the eflu cdtronul center ol the btate Beautlful campus of 170 acres Modern fireproof clormltorles wlth Generous pI'OVlS1OIl for soclal actlvltles Write or catalogue and older o mews CARLYLE CAMPBELL Presldent Raleigh, North Carolina Terry Tool Cat almond counterh Who attends the nuts? Clerk Be patlent Ill be wxth you m a minute . r 1 n C ,Cn . . 1 s . . . Y D' L' 7 .N .t . Y . . C 9 ws 7 . . , , D N . . . . . -. .. - . 1 , C . 4 H ' ' ' 66 - ,L f 7 1 f - - w va - U . - . . . C, .. lill- . ' f f f ' . 9 . . ' . , , ' . . ' Q a or a man A othe lo Best Washes From NURTH CARULINA EQUIPMENT CDMPANY Distributors o CONSTRUCTION INDUSTRIAL AND LOGGING EQUIPMENT IIHPIWIUIIOIIIII Diesel Pon er RALEIGH WILMINGTON CHARLOTTE ASHEVILLE GUILFORD Cor ru ions' P4 Amb odor Varsity Capitol Tower Ilobzes Ire Betler llzan lzber Twrk Headquarters MT Rulezgjz SANDERS MOTOR COMPANY IIRLCK S A1125 dll! 5E,RI ILIL Ru ru n Nom u C xnoun Mr Root N a g eat t save B zz Lo fi tsg Nev fr run fter a street ear wo . n r W111 be a ng m a mmute. I 56 n n V 39 . 1 . '. ,IVV J, ' f 'I N 1- .4 X I ' N1 N I I x LL Alt' ' Inl'-' A 1 f -J .f I I . . V ' W N ' L, A A . . 1 T N -- v - . K X I 1 1 s. 2 ame r ime . .u : ve at rs i ht. Proud Mother Yes Shlrlcv IS tfxkmg., French and Ccometrx Qu ood morn mg, to Mr Brown IH Goomntrv dear CONC It X II I ATIONs sl NIOIW McLeod fr Watson f wm E Q snot: mov 1 III lfll l'IlIl III N 1 lrx Ifrnn Hum funn Pmp ma Imax AUTO LOANS BOIAXX -,oo N1 CI OIHE5 1 III NImu P IIIIIUFUI In Darn Southern Auto Flnance C sc IXQBILVLJLOIL IYQBIIWILIIW- A O Hlclgewags do 9 onncuur 0 6 X V 4' QI 'B Y FVEGLAIJ' It ' RALEIGH GREENVILLE GREENSBORO CHARLOTTE She khows a lot of backbone III hcl chomo OI Qvcnmg gowns , Y . ,L ,Y - .T - , . .! , - A I l N OIII If:-Ilmxs I3u'II'ng " frzlf gl s as Sm I .'aI'-In 1' Str:-1-I 1' of IIART SCIII-XITFNER K I , I 1, 'w If ' 7 550 I., .ZF .ooo J " j CHSI in IS IJIAI. I-IIIIII " ' , - ff ' o. Tiff ' I E I 0 O O Q 4 .6 9 I' xi' Q QPR, Mother Jim stop uslng such terrlble language J m Well Mother Shakcspnarg uses It Mother Then dont plav wth hxm he s not a fit companlon MITCHELL PRINITINC COMPANX lllllll QI I Hu It ll ROYAL CROWN COLA sl In Tasle 71 hALLIl H NFHI BOITIINI CO Hoof. Buzzluzg Rulm W erlfluzg llIlflfllfL0llS IIu Wet Hal ett Strut Inf Sl W ISIIFS from THE S ANITARY LAUIN DRY uth Nl ow -XI 7 I-V P E C E C 0 L L E G E COURSES OFFERED bllllfl ml JIIIIIOI' Colleffe Cour e Gtllltl 11 jllllllll Colleve Coulses Two xeu bllllildlll Coulses 111 Home Ettllllillllbb One 1nd Iwo war COIl1lll6fCldI Courses CG1e0U bx stein FZ' Two Yecus of Hlffh bchool VI ork DIJCCIII Courses III Alt MLIQIC et For Catalogue Jrlrlrests WILLIAM C PRESSLX Preszrlelzt PEACE COLLEGE RALEIGH NORTH CXRUI Iva Late agam sald Ed as St Peter shut the gate IH h1s face I J 1 f "He: 'H' - "sl" , - a I Eel' e u zldle "Ari . Any Six- .I In . U' I 27 7 S -g 3 -1 DI XI ,,,,21 -III 50 . ell vell Str:--t f 1 llfl DI. , L-ff'1.'1- I. Ia z ' C Z. , :'z ' C ti D. ' ' 'Q ' C " ' '. 6. Q I I '. N ,. C. When a Broughton senlor glrl began wearlng a d1amond rlng everyone notlced lt When asked how she got It she replled my grandmother dled and left '33 000 00 for a stone commemoratmg her thls IS It For the Very Latest In all Types 0 SPORTING IHNHPMENT 1 01716 to HHLSINC RAIIICII NoRTII CAROIINA Dual 8172 Complzments 0 POOLE S BEAUTY SHOPPE The Capzlal fzlys largest Se-lung Ralelgh for ZW Years DI-XL 4904- C ongr alulalzon S genzore' PARK PLAZA GRILL all DINING ROOM 129 XX 'VI rlln tr 24 HOL RS SERVICL PIN E S T A T E MILK DAIRY PRODUCTS ICE CREAM Buzld Better Health wzth Nature 5 Most Nearly Perfect F0011 PINE STATE CREAMERY 426 llenvmod Axenue DI AI 2 391 1 Good example of a1r condltxomng Edgar Johnson s car . . . . . Y . . . H . . . . . . ,, s I - 1 - I as ' w - - 1 's W , , , K , ' - u , L 1 u I 0 South Wilmington Street .3 ' , .. .II ,. . . val I a 5 Pvt , T . s . . . . . . . Gi ' - 1 eg 1 ' ' . . I -f Eleanor Do you know why cream costs more than m11k" Bob M No Why" Eleanor Because lt s harder for the cows to sxt on the llttle bottles Good ,fair-'i Foo Opposite Mann C1:::::' 'Ml H W1 2 fzzzizce phere College THE.- The Restaurant With a Personality' Doctol, IQWYCI, Nulse 01 Chlef Une path leads toward -.uttes ln your tomorrow Wisdom and dlbtllllllllatltlll are slgnpo ts toward your soual and pro fesslonal clreams ln your yaxlecl urele of attlvltles there yull be numerous requlrements for prmtmg ln your seleetlon of pflllllllg you should always eyreruse that same care and dl trunmatlnvf ta te Let u help you meet your needs for dl tlnctlye prmtmg 94.2 yew, ,am QM Dulzmme Prmlzng, ls Economy '32-1 South Blount Street Raleigh North Caxolma Larry T Dxd you hear about the hole" Theodore B No Larry T Well well well .: , . 'viff '- d 6'-" ll , 'I I . ..,. A 3 IE yt 4 I Q 1- - X 4 ll , ' X " jg -Sr ' " .:. - lf asa.. . ' if Eififi-in - E51 C Q T .i 66 1 4 1 Q . J s u . . . ' .' f " ' .' f','S ' 1 '. -f 'sr ' ' ' U s . s " 1 ' ' I I I .I , , . The greatest undeveloped territory in the world lies under your hat. Complain ents of ROGER OIL COMPA Y Dzstrzhutor CITIES SERVICE PRODUCTS Box l224 1216 South Blount Street RAI EICH N C KOOLMOTOR O1l Gasolme, and Fuel O1ls PHONE 34587 CONGRATULATIONS TO THE SENIOR CLASS OF 1951 ROYAL BAKINC COMPANY Retall Store IO9 South WllllllIlgl0H Street Plant aml Ofhce lllll lmro Roacl The New Loolhr In Clothznb Comphmems 0 Come to RALEIGH FURNITURE MARTIN S INC COMPANY S Where Ralezgh Shops Wzth Con dence The Best or less I' H The man dashed madly up the gang plank leaped over the water and landed wlth a crash on the deck of the shlp Well he gasped as he p1cked hxmself up I d t ma e 1 Whats your hurry asked the deck hand Thls boat s comm IH . , . . . . . 7 1 Q - I . ' us: ' ' s . . 0- f , Y , . I N .Y . - 97 Wakz- Forest Roarl 'fi ff f I 1, 119 last argl-It Str--I , . - - It M - - . , , I. - H KE Y I IY KK ' Y ' O. ' YV I ' C3 ' One dark nlght a pedestrlan was stopped by a man who came from behmd the hadows The man saxd Would the gentleman be so klnd as to help a poor hungry fellow who IS out of a Job Besldes the revolver I havent a thmg ID the world NEWTON S INC Fzne Thmgs Nzcelx Done Iuunrlry fllcaners LANII RON 2023 CHIIIPIOII Sheet DIAL 9691 hal 3 616 H Dial 22652 POOLE S POULTRY If F0 IOIIW Wlllk I'ed Poultrx I IX F and DRI' SSI' IJ all I IIS Nlar MATTHEWS Shade Company ASL lhosz Wele Sold nufa Iur r I I n Nlldl M nm W hen Y ou qtop at the Bus QIHIIOII EAT AT TEEL S GRILL Fashzons as New as Today MOTHER AND DAUGHTER Fashlons Ihnl HANII Bl II IDINI SERX ICE 109 Hill Ioro Sire t TELEVISION C E APPIIAINCEH ELECTRICAL COINSTRUCTIWC' Speczalz mg m CONINIERCIAL STATIOIXERX E txlar ln N f PHONE 5369 RALEIGH NORTH CAROLIM A passer by tossed a co1n toward the bl1nd mans cup and mlssed As the COID began to roll away the beggar chased 1t and retrleved xt The donor sald h bl d I thoug t you were IH Oh Im not the regular blmd man Im takmg h1s place wh11e he takes 1n a ITIOVIC S I , ' A. I L V I I I 1-3 PS. ' ' -' .-' I v I . I'. T. Pool. 1. I' p. a A ru l L . - E ', 311 III' 'Q' Stn-vt Has Sillf- If I' . ' Iwi I' - I V l' ' A Alu .'1'4 r-s46 Yr-mftian Ili lla . '41-s If v gs VILLAGE IU-I lllvnwooll Aw-nuv DIAL 3-5303 w X, Y L M L . 7 I MANGUM ELECTRIC POOLE PRINTING CO. - . 1 S . .:. r . . wb . ff ,' I JI I 'f IT as . I' fire-t L f , ,Ii . I ' I I 7 'I ' 'I' Thev re beglflnlflg to call one of the drmkmg fountams In the lunch room Old Facefull HARVEY S FOOD STORE 110 Harp Street A SUPER VALU MARKET Ra1eIgh 3 0 Arr Condztzoned N E W C H I N A CHINESE AMERICAN RESTAURANT Amerzcan and Chmese Food Open 11 00 A M 10 30 PM ORDERS TO TAKE 011' Manazer TONINIY F CHEUING 110 West Martm btreet RALEIGH N C Compllmenls 0 QUALITY CLEANERS HATTERS 8: DYERS '3 S Flffnw od A enue 200 W t South Stroot 610 Wo! South Str ot 1305 H111 boro Str I 14 WPI Marlin Stror-I BEST OP L1 CK T0 THE CLASS OF 1951 Complzments 0 PENNINGTON SMITH AMBULANCE SERVICE BRAWLEY JEWELRY CO 23a 1'awffttPw111 Strot wzches the BEST OF WISHES It Pays To Look Well Hollands Barber Shop Corn r of Salx bury and 'Vlartm Phrn 23421 Vw! lhe Neu Burgers In the Basket Drlve Nfandg 1 by W fi Mkm o One M116 Out n Carner Road DIAL 3 0328 Burgers Shakes Fountam Drmks Sluggo What are you dolng for dlnner tonight? Martha DlgCSt1Hg It V " sv I ' .- 646 ' - f ' N . ' . , : . .- ,:I,, . . E' 1 E . E , I . . . , . . . V. 1 , . f .I , L . .-. 1 0 .v lv .1 - S .1 .1 I' f ' S .' oe' I, ' DIAL 4743 - I - ', ', I T 1 4' " f' . f' . ' - - I I I - - , I . . I ' or ' 'a f- I ' S n as as A iv ' . , o 1 l I- ' f- f 's " , ' Sis. I - ' ' no -. A Scotchman just won a car ln a rame but he was werv unhappy vu hed he hadn t wasted hls monex on that other tlcket because he or PRINTING XND ENGRMINC, PITTMAN PRINTING C0 IA FIIH N C I as lmnl ua dont dnurre her PITTSBURGH PLATE GLASS COMPANY 'W' 'F' f"' 1 PH N 1 Semi your uachzng lo ,UIIIUIS futures PHONF 4134 pacmu Iarlung I'ac1I1t1eG C0mp1m1ent.s 0 MOTOR BEARINGS AND PARTS CO REPLACEMENT PARTb Ix XISILII IRXIPR Srzlev Serzzrc foorl Qerzzre Equipment a I arlm Nt 1 Home 0 rhe Henry I CONGRXTII -XTIONS' Capital Club Soda Qhop ROBERT YERINON Inc X The Montgomery Green Co 4 I XX 'N Phon 2 5941 A kxss IS 11ke openmg a bottle of OIIVQS If vou can get one the rest come EHSV F l S 'I' IL. T . , Y. I. il HN ' ' . ,- . - . . If yum ulfe 4ant sh. ' I 1 ' . f 201 fouth Iiuylan I-Xvllxxv Y A . l - I .. J-. .,. 5 .. S, ,.r.,...5 'A'ijf ,IOBBERS OF STANDARD BRANDS OF H U ,, 123 IC 5 NI' ' Ralf-'gh. N. If. ' f A . I I II, , , I . I 4. . vi. Yrvrl llaxiv Slfvvf . K DIAL Q .67 81 16 "wt . Iartin Str:-Q-I r '-Q J Women can keep a ecrct met 'ns well as men but lt takes more of them to do lt Ior Your Sake For Health s Salle For l oorlness Sake Taste, Compare and You Will Decide to THE DRI EI GRILL IP ou ll s Fines lI0 LXR PAYPD I XRKINI' 011 Ub N0 1 N0llll of lllw Lumte RALEIGH, 'W L Open Prom 7 a rn lu 12 p FIRST CITIZENS BANK an TRUST COMPANY I mnplele Banking Servue Ps I Chuck buys all his Insurance from Farm Bureau Mutual Automobile Insurance Company Farm Bureau Mu Dual Fare Insurance Company cnd Farm Bureau Lufe Insurance Company Columbus Ohxo The ageni IS D S WILLIS I Thug ID wltness chan' Then everx thm wont black comma pause and vxlpe eyes wmth handkerchlef 3 , . Q . . , ' , L f ' I , L f 2 Y I I I . V . 'z Q " ,Q ' 6' T I . S t 9 7 . t H ' I '1 1 w .. . . I O I 9 . A 'IV 4 . I 1 . . y ' . . ' .n1. ffullzlnlilllvrlls of H gi - .-Lf 75, Z Y S l I . . Y 1 ' f I Z ' a 0 . A , , . IINI, IIGII. N. C. K ' f Q - - , HT , ' 6 i 1 . A C, - V ' , . Oxcrheard 'lt Jumor Senlor Shes wearmo one of those black numbers that DlCkQ up 0Y61'NtIl1I'lb meludlng men CORE PARKING SILRX ICIL In-so I IOCIUQ I- IIOLRN SI RX ICE If 1 :Dow T 1 KASSINS LINEN SHOP C0111pI1111f11lx 01 THIEMS RECORD SHOP 1 1 Soolfns flu N011 RALEIGH FARM EQUIPMENT COMPANY JOHN IlI'I'lxl lzmlzlx la1111 Fqlllllllllflf EUIIQIIIIIIIIIIIOIIS' Sf nmrs' WIGG S SEAFOOD MARKET llfSll l'o01I Iluaxs Ullnl I XNQ I I l INFR XL HDMI' N TIP TOP FOOD STORES 111 llzmlzlx nm! on 1 f1111111l1111f nls of W AYSIDE Fl RNITURF HOUSE I XIII xx FRIENDLY CLEANERS 11: 101 I111 rllll fum A local track star was bOaStlll of hls 3Ch1GXC1llG its when '1 man mterruptei hlm and ald Ill race xou and xou ll newer pa s me 1t xou ne me '1 thlec loot tart and let me choose the course Th star looked at the heaxw man and Sald Be xou 30 to 1 I xxxll beat xou Xlhue IS the Course' J '1 ladder the man replled 'X C . - . I . . 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' ,' , "LI C ,U U 7 . 1 Doctor s mc sage on overdue bllls Long tlme no fee THE SHERWIN WILLIAMS CO of Georgla Punts VWIIIIQIIIS Lflcquu-2 Ieuls 011 EIIIIIILIQ Brushes wud Pamters SIJPCVIIIIP I22 West Martm Street RALEIGH N C If 0 Sell fonzplunz nls 0 1 IIIXXIOXIJ WATSON SEAFOOD Cr 411 IW' POULTRY CO I X o It uarry Roal 'N RALEIGH LOAN OFFICE 1 Nm C XIIOI I flll I Vlslt the New WAKE CAFF Il Cm nrIlI1u11u ION R XTUI A IIONS McLELLAN S DI XI 2 422 I for lhe Best In Foods HI1 YIIIIIIH on Nt Rullf II NORTH IIROIINK RALEIGH BEAUTY SHOP Iautt 1II PHONF 2 3611 MELVIN S PHARMACY COXIPLETE FOLNTAIN an 'III SFIIIPTION SFIIVIFE for lrompt Serine DIAL 6 34 FLOWERS BY FALI ON S XRD DISTIINCTIVI' J J FALLON LO IN II1 F1011 llze Flouzls We Sell I2I HIII boro Str Greymg m'1n to fellow llfe termer It all started about 10 years ago You see I have three daughters and one bathroom . l , It - H S . . 2' C ' Q . oz Q, 's. 2 j ., - N 5 I . Y, . . N L c L c D W YI' IIIICS , , S . YA IS . .II'.XX uI,R ancI I,I III.-Kl,If R C, Q I Y It Ralvigh' L-U C 223 South XYIIIIIIIIQIIHII SIl'4'l'I 'I l' 1 I, I ' fx" II-xlglcll. I ITII , ,lx-x CLASS OF -51 I.rm1.' for ln' 01 gf' Lulu' Fmnl 9 S L fj I' 4 ' KD J 230 "aye-ttf-xiIIe' Ftrs- -I A" . 1 ' ' - I L. ' I - se M V' ' :rr I W1 1092 ' .xv .- sm-1-I .-91,4 14'-5:7 I d 3 ' L QI L I if , f 2 A ' C 3 J Q.. . . ., 'fl , , Q U. .14 7 , A . W M -. - 1 ' I X I 4 s . r'4'l l c I ' I . Mis Freeman Explam how a bouw works Bram Its verx lmportant If Xou pull It up '111 the water runs out of the baw WALI ER 81 SIIITH PHOTOGRAPH? RQ om lrxr mf: I XTIPXI U ami Plmlogmplzers II1rg1II Stl II II Elf H la Olllllllllll nls 0 Ll Adtllllli lnnumn Villa ff NI SINAKENBURG S TAILORG x I 5NXkINBIM I 1 lon ralulalmns rom THE. CAPITAL PRINTING COMP ANY IIILSI WISIIILS FO IIII1 II Ass OI ul T H BRIGGS AND SONS INC Harrfuarv Sznz e 1861 for Ill? Heil 0 SANIJIVICHEN lil! PALMETTO SANDWICH SHOP LMI OW ERB1 S FUINERAL HOME Of PROMPT FFPICIFINT IIIBII INK' SPRIH1 DIAI 310 The General What s a forger Jack P The man who g1V9S a check a bad name - ' s : ' f V' . T NV 1 J I' VI K, I . uf I l If I 3 I2 Ifast z - .' 'Pvt 1 , ' 1 D' I 7703 ff ' ' J f PIIOA I 'I TI39 j 2 KY Y QKY Ilffye M x 123 ,QUIIIII Salisbury Str:-4-I ' V Qu' .I. I. '1 4 Ralf-'gI, IN f I ,. 'Q I9.' , . .4 .V I . .' 7 'I I T 1 ,. . I P F ',.--"4f.'I ' , , . .- TT .. -'. 5 9 Latest beach fashlon everythmg exposed to the sun except the eyes f1l 11 lzuelrx 111ll 1111 II IPI 11 1011109 1 NEIMAN'5 Jewelers Cr Sllversmuths I N r COW Ii ITL I ATIONS NI-NIORS From SCARBOROUGH SERVICE and SUPPLY CO IIIII sflllff FIIIIIIITIIIPS S0119 CIFIIOII When Iou Don! H1111' Thai 31111111111 111 Ilze las! 1111n11l1' I 1 MARTIN S FLORISTS 1 1 POOLE? PIE SHOP 111l11ul11r 11111111 111 Pl 111111 s I 5 ox IDI XL Z 2966 Young Men When X011 want Clothes 111 slxle IIIIIIIIN and x 1Iue Nou II fmfl them Ilele I' ell: 1 III1 Strut CLOTHING CO 11111 CIIIHIIII V1 gc QADILL XL OI DNNIOBII I WILSON UZZLE INC Imax II1 II Iirnka Nur air 1 RALEIGH OFFICF SUPPLY C O ffllllplllf U fl Fq111p1111'11I 11n1l SIIIIIIIIFS O Ii x I'a t arlm Xtra I Rxl111,u NORTH CAROIINX B11Iy C What causes the bxggest xmprovement m drlvmg George P A polxce car dl'lVlI1g behmd you I'11111' If ' ' U' " ,fl I U ' A - A I 11111: ' ' . fA0111 . . . ' I I' ' 'I ' ' I ' I . IU9 I'll-'4'IIl'NIIIl' . I 1'v-I ' , f . , . V g --I1 1? , 1.,f. CAI, S -438 I I'-.' ,I.l'S.I I 1211 .-OIIII1 NIULJ 11-II Stn-1-t 921 Ias Lane SII'l'1'I 1 '-' 'ay -' -I -- I .1 --1 'llay lm-11 cm 111-pn. 111111 za-1:11:13 " 5 ' ' IF' 1 ' , I , ' ' I'. . 11 261 -121 QI- 'x1II1-Slrvvl 118 fs NI' ' .I "vi I'Il11l11' -13.31 Sal 1' I " 'S wv'Io' I'I1I4'I I 44: . A' 5 IS an apologx Julla Ann What Nell' Politeness too late I-'OR AN X KNIT ALI THPEs OF ILCK 0 to the GRADL ATI S 0 BEST M ARTI 201 NC CLAS I 1960 71 May your ware l 0 a ler school 1 lzolrl Clzerulzerl IIIPIIIOFIEG xou anrl gzze or I ou all surf cw R E WOODARD S I SERVICE STAT ON F W OODW 0RIx I Isl! N MILLWORK C0 I Harm mn MG-nue I-ICII N F0flLfIllIllHfI0l1 S I Class 0 QUINN FURNITURE COMPANY Conzplzmenls 0 Wh-LELLAN S INC e Q AI Bmlj' ZZ' Drink., dfff eb .ff ELZIPZJ-5 'ca R-XLFIGII 'NORTH CAROLIN A SCO Conzplznmnls 0 Bell Bakerles, Inc Bakers 0 BELL BREAD an CAKE W 1nto the field What mood M1ss Fulcher Peggy Jack led th Peggy The cow M1ss Fulcher , f ' f .I . , ' S 1 rf' ' ' -' ' .SI f ' RAL: ' , C. l I 'l f 5 -1 'K f '5 7 . ' 1 l s 1 , I 4 . - 7 7 , , .' f 5 ' x I ' -Y 0 . 7 ' -x XX ld 17 ,- Q Ill 4-"f.f'9 lu P I . fb ,q:"f t Il l ' fll iv l"I' ' -'fit - 1-gb ggggirm.-. ,,.,., ,-.-v ' K lg E - z' ' '15E5EiE?EfEQE5E5QE5E5r - K 'V If A - r l C d ' . ' 'P Father do you know what happens to llars when thev d1e" Ye Qon theg he bull Idlllxa im Hllll lIltl0lIdUP 1111 Bel WIHIPS to the Claw of 1961 16 Wet llngetl Ntlul Ihlf-1 I1 North ClI'HllII'l F D CLINE CONSTRUCTION CO PAVINI 11111 QONCRLIE CONTRACTORS DI MXL 3 1938 KVOIIIIIIIIIIIIHS 0 RICH 5 FURNITURE 10 fullqralulnfmns Sz mms Underwood Corporotlon PATRONIZE H111 loro 1 OUR CoNc,RA Fl 1 A 1 lows TO THF Cmss or 1 ADVERTISERS P D QNIPEQ COMPLIMENTS OF A FRIEND Mr: Sandlmg Why are vou late L1 Verne Class began before I got here K ' ' 11 ' Q ' r A f' 'I V I ..- , . f - -. Fl' 'z"z,1zl s ml .1 ,- , ' .lf f U O A , S 1' I 1 .2 'I a - --M . J 2 J 1 fn East Davie Street . . A I - I . ,1 1 .f L 1 . , . .j . H 1211 ' sv St. Half-'glh N. ff. . ., 1 'S ' . 'Y . 1 , f - Mr Peacock What dxd wou wrlte on for Engllsh Jim H Paper W H Kung Drug C0 Dm' 7356 MILKY WAY Wholesale Drugglsts The House ol Fmndly md Opposite Brou hlon High School Depend xble SLYVILL on St Mnrys Strut Sim 1 I Cozzfuluzu at ur Xuqlzbnzlmod 1111111 Sinn l-limo Lfvlnf Ol? l2FILElCH'lflC FINE FURNITURE Congratulations Class Sl l37 South Wllmlngton Street Raleigh N C Corner Hargett and Wllmnngton Streets D1d xou hear about the paper doll COIT'1H'lltt1Hg suxclde when she found that her mother was an old bag S. 1 ' ' 'H "? . . C l O x 'I V A1 r , , . . ., 0 . . ' D . . . , . . lfclfr , . lo . Q V , A . 1 ' I , . . . A, Eric: Why did the little moron turn his socks wrong side out? John Henry: His feet were hot and he turned the hose on them. JOB P WYATT S NS CO HARDWARE PAINTS FARM MACHINERY SEEDS INSECTICIDES 595 331 South Wllllllll ton Street PHONE 2 2831 PACKARD THE own ioR 51 POWELL STEWART MOTOR CO GUARANTEED USED CARS Sales and Service 419 S Wilmington Street Puoma Pnowr 7214 .2 7131 Collegiate Club and College Court Billiard Parlor W 1 I e Spo I U R ALWAYS WELCO 1910 and 2502 Hillsboro Street Patronlze ur Advertisers C0 tpllm Its of I nht IOM HUSION ll-ANUT CO Remember that a man cant climb the pockets ladder of success with his hands in his I O . -.- , . . . ...Q -1 Q gl .. , ' 1 -. -. , Clean In 6'A'0IH r A ' - - ME! , . . 0 . , , . n ' El ' D. P. WATKINS Jis 'i u or l ' l I V 1 , . I - . . . A Iwuys . . . - 4 v '-- ' Ask for Ymnx , . . . . . Mrs. Clayton: Tom, will you lead the discussion. Tom CAsleepJ Tom CJust awakeningj I Just dealt You lead H 81 H TIRE RETRFADING C0 RECAPPING VULCANIZING D1 il 7 0497 s Dt SIILL MzC1earx Tues and Tubes Compliments of CAROLINA SURGICAL SUPPLY I I S Wilmington Street Phones 3 86'6I and 3 9766 SICK ROOM SUPPLIES SURGICAL SUPPORTS LINCOLN MERCURY HARMON MOTOR CO F tyetteville Street RALEIGH N C PHONE 3 3646 ECKERD S DRUG STORE 727 F tyetteville Street Creators of Rcasmmblf Drug Prices smart ashwnable LPICUIPSP Tllylill Sllllllllel' W eathervane Suits mlm! in soft pastels . . . in Iwillimzf fropir' huns . . . Second Fluor of Fclsliiml H D 0 BELK 'VI ell we'11 just rehearse that said the undertaker as the coffin fell from the wagon. Mrs. Clayton: Tom.. will you please lead. 2 ' ' ' . '2 -- - - . , II9 Fart zvic . . . ' . . , - I I -1 A- Z ' - i' 2 . g . . A I I ll , tl D .I as If as - L u ' jk ' f I ,.. I I 1 I I 7 Small boy What IS college bred daddy? Daddy Thev make college bread my son from the flower of youth and the dough of old age qmw ,,u..J BUY S Opposlte M erefllth College 66' HERRING SASH an DOOR COMPANY Phone S880 Hnllsboro Road Fine Building, Marerlal DIXIE CLEANERS AND LAI NDRY S10 West Morgan Street PHONE 3 4431 fiddler I76 Fayetteville Street RALFIGH N L Ralelghs Smarresr Shop ADAMS TERRY REALTY C0 SALES and RENTALS 2l0 South Sallsbury Street PHONE 2 3777 MISS Sparks Name two ways to turn a head June Rattle money, or rustle a Sklft , - " W1 A 1 nf- , S , I d I 2' ' Chrls C Dxdn t she let you klss her Bob J Oh heavens no' She lsnt that k1nd Chrls C She was to me J M EDWARDS SHOE STORE I7 EAST MARTIN STREET DIAL '7 3690 Qwwmef QW' DISTINCTIVE SHOES fy? or the fwztzre Famzlg ,W ,jhaf Whlte Buck Red Rubber Sole F D CLINE CONSTRUCTION COMPANY QQRRLLL COAL COMPANX Complzments f PAVING and CONCRETE CONTRACTORS if Jon S CORRELL Ouner 6 East Davie Street Dm' 3 North West Street Dedicated to all Chemistry students Please chemlst mvestlgate And answer th1s query of mme I thlnk I know what carbonate But where dld lodlne . , . . . ,, l l 5:f:a:':fr: "'4 "7 X . -J5:5:':'7:5I:I5EI:I5' V" I bf, , 'r.. 7- 11-..1,-,., ,.,1,. ' ,,-we ,A , 45 X 'XG' ' 0 T --- ff ,, fx I 'gk 149' 'Qtr' I ,I f J , ' '. :.r.f::' .,f:5f ' , , -. 1 ..,,,, I , f,.f5:-. :::-:-- C O I sv 0 1 1 D1 7 ,4 I I , , . . . ,, Mr Holllday Edward why are you late this morn1ng" Edward M Every step I took I sl1p ed back two Mr Holllday At that rate you wou dnt be here now Edward M Oh I turned around and walked the other way Congratulations Class of I The Best In Bovs Wear NEIMANS SCSHO 7 CHIPS Twlos PALM BEACH I09 Fayettevllle Street 7 West Hargett Street COMMERCIAL PRINTING COMPANY F I N C H S PRINTERS RULERS The Newest and Most Modern OFFICE FURNITURE Arr Conditioned Dining Roonz 719 South Salusbury Street RE POWER YO I Smce the end of the second World War when materxals agaln became avallable Carolma Power 8z Llght Company has been engaged m the greatest bulldlng and expansxon program ln xts hlstory ln fact ln the last five years Carolma Power Sz Light Company has bullt more than 6 000 mlles of rural lmes and has connected more than 45 000 farm and rural customers that d1d not prevlously nave electrlc servlce The buxldmg program ln contlnulng and under present plans a hundred mnlllon dollars wlll be mvested ln mcreaslng and lmpI'OVlIlg electrlc servlce ln the area served by the Company CAROLINA POWER 8: LIGHT COMPANY Joe What's that gurgling noise I hear? Jean It's me trying to swallow that l1ne of yours. ' ' I. ,S 1 A ' 1 iz ' I- JEWELERS SILVERSMITHS Adlers ChIIdl'CnS Shop I Voice on the telephone: My daughter is ill today and won't be able to come to h 1 c oo . Mrs. Sandling: Who is this speaking? Voice: This is my father. Something New Has Been Added . . . THE GLORIFIED AMERICAN DELMANETTES-'6Styled by Delmann CASU.-XLS by Joyce of California A D L E R ' S Be Sure to Visit Our Budget Dept.-Featuring "Amerit-tu: Girl Slmv.s"' INDUSTRIAL MACHINERY Equlpment Supplies Repair Parts Illl.LON SU PPLY COMPANY Raleigh Durham Rocky Mount Goldsboro BERRX S ESSO SERVICE COLRTEOLb wo DEPENDABLE SERVICE Cars Called or and Delztered 100 South McDowell Street IIIXL 9197 Miss B Give me a sentence with an object B111 G You re very beautiful Teacher Miss B What is the obJect Bill G A good grade I I . . ,77 W w 'fx , 1 i ' , f 'E . J 14 . U . . ,, - H I told her that each hour I spent wxth her was 11ke a pearl to me D1d that 1mpress her No She told me to quxt strmgmg her along HAYES BARTON PHARMACY PHILIP D md I-IOBSON GATTIS 2000 F1lI'VlCW Road PHUNL 4611 CQNGRATULATIQNS mem ood women of the Closs or SI We express our thorwlfs for your patronage lu The post Gnd We look torvvord to servmg you m the future rrtrrrtrrrrr CONN GOWILR PONTIAC COMPANY I PONTIAC Sales and qervuv An oyster met an oyster And they were oysters two Two oysters met two oysters Amd they were oysters too Pour oysters met a pmt of m11k And they we re oyster stew rr - - w sr - . qv - - - 11 , . . 2 2 I ' f 3 Y I 1 ' X W Q w w 4 w . - K . A y s 4 ., . , . . Xlrs Claxton Dxd wou shaxe thm mormng I Ll ter Yes ma am Mrs Clayton Well next tlme trw standlng a llttle closer to the razor 2-Q-I anne IA, mgggglmle 1,11 Cnpzfuls Sfnf r It Betts Loal 84 OII Co 608 West Hxrgett 'Street DIAL 5869 BERNHARD 9 Electru-al Applmncee Hi Hlllsboro DIAL 1 1641 Johnson s JEWFLFR9 14 F Hargett St Phone 8784 RALEIGH N C DIAL 9471 Ill Oberlln Road E R POOLE MUSIC CO EVERYTHING MUSICAL ll0 West Martin Street DIAI 7 4364 Sunset Hzlls Grocerterla FINEST IN FOODS DIAI 3 7031 Z0-4 Medlm Drlve At Dlx e Trul FRANKLIN S CAROLINA PHARMACY arolmt Hotel Ra emh N C PHONF MP6 Complzmcntv of CLARK ART QHOP Inc Awnmgs VenetIanBl1nds Shades Plctule Frames Gullstan Rugs 300 Clenwood Ave Phone 83I9 CAROLINA HARDWARE COMPANY J ob aels 733 35 South WIIHIIHQIOH Street PHosF 7 0531 RALEIGH NORTH CAROLINA B W Ive wanted to ask vou a questlon for weeks M E And I ve had the answer reads for months I '. Q : ' Q ' '. ' ff -3 s - 1 , ' . o I I. IE'EE,", curio an v v 1 - -1' A . I . v fn. 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DIAL 5574 Branch OH1ces Miss Penny Make a sentence Wlth the word analysls IH It George Jones I look up the word analysls ln the d1ct1onary Compllmenrv f Publlc Servrce Company of North Carolina Inc The Gas Company 217 Hxllsboro Street Ralelgh Sprung ASHEVII LF DALLAS KANNAPOLIS CHAPFL HILI DURHAM RAI FIGH CONCORD GASTONIA STATFSVILLF CANTON CAFE Arr Condmoned We Specralr e 111 CHINESE and AMERICAN FOOD PHONE 9224 7867 JOH N ASKEW PAINTS QUALITY PAINTS AND VARNISHES IIO Glenwood Avenue Dxal 6824 CIRCLE OIL CO INC Pure Oll Products CAROLINA CLEANERS Plant II6 Hdrrlson Avenue 201 S WllmlHgIOH Street Wake Forest Road 1902 Hnlsbom street BROWIWS FUNIERAL HOME SERXILE SINLE 1836 AMBULANCE SERVICE DIAL 8839 115 Hlllshoro Street ROBERT W WYNNE .IR Manager Mxss McDearman Erlc how do you get your work so qu1ck1y" Erxc P Oh I Just stlck the match of my enthuslasm to the fuse of my knowl edge and I Just explode all at once ' . 0 , . 408 Hillsboro SI. Raleigh. N. C. . ., . Landladg to lxghtlx mtoxlcated lodger who IS fumblmg wlth d S1r what are wou dom oor knob S Lodger Sh'I t m rymg to get WNAO Hospltalzty and Coke Go Hand ln Hand CAPITAL CDCA CDLA ECITTLING COMPANY C'nn1pl1mz nts 0 FERGusoNs HARDWARE Gene M0""9 Honst wma '904 Hnmmro Sum DIAL 4877 H Fmmcw Rodd DIA L 7666 e.,1,k,Ca.rULi-Q-1g,.l2r,iAu k-N-ogk X vm, f -ffwoxpcf M ,a,e740f+ifJCU GJLL I wma F1151 GF A "r xvvg dt! FR! ND O Mrs Brmley M813 L1b what IS a duck" Mary L1b I thmk xt s a flat footed chlcken - V .7 .' 0 . . , . Z G , 2 f I U - f' I , I ' 3 1 X , K.: ,' I 1 V ' 5 h Q Q V Q 1 ' V I f . 1 fi' s xf f ' K ' 'fofvfl E ' LV" i . lt 1 V y l E"" 'f'f " ' ' . -6 -' - 2 I , -f , 'Are you the waiter who took my order?" 'Yes, sir." 'H'm, still looking well, I see. How are your grandchildren?" 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