Needham Broughton High School - Latipac Yearbook (Raleigh, NC)
- Class of 1952
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This annual represents the efforts of
many persons who have endeavored to
bring you a picture of this year at
Needham Broughton through the 1952
I.A'1'I1-Ac. It is unusual for the I,A'rIPAC'
to be dedicated to two members of the
faculty, but this year the Senior Class
wanted to honor jointly two outstanding
leaders. A history of the Senior Class
has been added to complete the high
school memories for some, and just begin
them for many others. At the end of this
book are the advertisements, without
which our annual could not have been
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ADMI I TRATIO
Left to right: Mr. Gale, Mrs. Stephenson, Mrs. Sandling, Mr. Holiday.
BIRS. V. C. BANKS, A.B. Miss MARY B. CANNON, A.B.. M.A
Eighth Grade Mathfmatics
MR. ROBERT A. BARNES, B.S., M.A. MRS. NIAURICE H. ChLAYTON, A.B.
Band American History, IVorld History
Miss JULIA B. BARRETT, A.B. Miss IJQSSIE COGDELL, A.B.
Eighth Grade Plane Geometry
INIR. HAROLD A. BELLO, A.B. MRS. JOHN A. IQBERHART
Eighth Grade Dietitian
MR. FRANK E. BRILEY, B.S. MRS. J. E. IFLETCIIER, A.B.
Industrial Arts English, Latin
MRS. MARY SUE B. FONVILLE, A.B., M.A.
Sociology and Economics
mu. lwfl In riyhf
FI ex.. Miss lwlllllltlll,
M Iss C LAIIHC
M Ir. xVAI.'l'lCl!
Miss JXNNIC Ill
Mus. AIILDRI-Ill .louNs'roN, AJS. Mus. Kvru NICSXVAIN, 13.5.
Pulxlic S111'!lL'iIIfj, Ifnglisli Phyxical 1fl1IlCHfi07I
Mus. NELL KAum', A.l5. Mn. Jo11N J. LII'I'ClIl-II., A.B.
lfightli fiflllll' fllafhffnzatics
Miss NIAIITIIA I,ANus'roN, ILS.. KLA. DIR. HOLLA C. NI-:LsuN, B.S.. KLA.
lfighfh Grrulf' Phyxiuv, Gffnvral Scizfricr
Mn. Al:Ms'ru0Nu MAI.'l'1si1f:, 15.5. Bliss LAURA HPZLPIN PASCIIAL, Ali.. M.A.
Gmrwrnl .Vaflivnlnfiz-.v, illgvlnrn .lournaIi.s'm, Iinglish
Miss ELLA Ii. Mc'lh1AmlAN, BA-X.. MAX. Mics. l'lrYL1ss Pr3AC0c'K, B.A.. MAX.
Filling. loft In righf: Miss VVOItz, Miss Sl1g'fZ'S, Miss Barrcit, Mrs. Kahdy, Miss Lzmgston, Miss Hendricks, Mrs
lfllwrlmrt, Mrs. Poitvr. Sturzdiny: Mr. Bello, Mrs. Banks. Mr. Holyfie-ld, Mr. Underwood.
ing. lvff In rigflllf Mrs. Julmsou, Miss Mary l,l'Illly. Miss Flli1'ilC'!', Miss Sfroflicr, Miss f'i'l1'Sil' P4-lmy, IN
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sun. Nfllllfllllflf Miss lnsulml. Mr. Smith, Miss Spairks, Mrs, l'c-zlwwk, M rs. VVHIM-r, Miss 'l'uurh', Mrs. l"l4'h'in r
Miss i'ial.r:s'l'l': IHQNNY, ILA.. M.A. Mus. .ioux C. Rmvr, A.l5.
Iflzglixlz Xafurnl Sl'iI'Ill't', Iiifllragy
MARY PENNY, BMX.. M..-X. Miss l"iS'I'l-II.I.IfZ ROS!-I, B.S.S.A.
If nglixh F0111 IlII'I'I'il1l
Mus. Cln's'rAI. U. Pn'l"I'mc, B.S. Miss IIELI-TN HVNNION, AJS.. M..-X
Ifighih Grrulr' Social Sciwrzcrf
Mn. Nmvrznl. l'mr'i-2, 15.8. Mus. I,x1.L1Ax SANDLING, A.l3.
.Vr1fh1'n1afi1'.v IJFIIII of Girls, I"7'f'IIl'll
Mu. J. U. liINGGOLlJ, 13.5. Mus. JENNIE SHARP, A.B.
Social SCiI'IIl'l' f'lI7I17IIl'7'CiI1I
Miss 1XNNlE SMAW, B.S., M.S. Mus. VIRGINIA S. SWAIN, B.S., M.S.
.-Ilgrlzra Home Ifconomicx
MII. Nonwoon G. SIIIITII, B.A. MLLIII. YVONNI: TOI'II'I'I:, l7.I'i.S.
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Nhss Iloms SI'AIIIis, ILA. Mus. MAIIIAN YV.xI.'I'IcII, A.l3.
l'IlIg1i.YlI, 1,TIl1llllfiC.V Spanish
Mus. IiII'I'II N. S'I'IcI'III:Ns0N MIss EI,INoII VVoI.'I'z, A.B.
S1'!'I'l'f!lT'If Eighth Gradf'
Mlss JANI4: Sums, Ali. Mus. FIIANCI1:s ZAII, 15.5.
1'lI'I1.vir'a1 lf1I'1l!'I1fi07L Art
lmfl In riyhf: Miss MC'I,l'3lFlll1lll, Mr. Nelson, Mr. Howard, Mrs. Clayton, Miss Frm-0III:In, Mr. Ringgold, Mrs.
Swain, Miss liIIIIIIi0II, Mrs. Rout, Mrs. Fonvill
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CHOOL BO RD
ani row, lrff fo riglzi: P. ll. Snipvs. Nluvor: M
rs. lv. C. Pm-ssly. lq1't'UHtl mrs: Lcwis II. Pow
C. Clark. and .lm-ssc 0. b2lllKlt'I'S0ll. Third row: IA-Iioy Martin. J. l". l':1rl1:1gt'. :md H. if Gillis
.ll-:ssl-: O. SANDERSON
Ifalriglz Public Schools
IJFNRY A. l'Il1:1,Ms
Supfrzyisnr of Sr-hnolx
Aliha Mater, we salute thee,
Bouuteous giver hear our praise
For within thy walls weflve garnered
Gifts enriching all our claysg
Opportunity for friendship,
Guiclzuiee in our quest for truth
Faith through all ou1' grave endeavor,
lv!lClCl'St2l1Nllllg love of youth.
These our gifts, U Alma Blater,
VVe shall cherish through the days
Striving still through high endeavor
Thus to render thee our praise.
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Senior Class of '52
Imfi fo right: CElllN'I'llll' Colry, Miss Cannon, David Smith, Clyde Robinson, Bill Russ and Joyce- Ulrpin
lvc, lho senior Class of 19525 stancl looking hack
over the five years of school life. XVQ roinclnhcr
cspcvially our senior year. Boing inoasnrc-rl for
caps and gowns and Taking aptitude tests inaclc us
rvalizc That at last wc were scniors. The Quccn of
Hi-arls was more inlcrcsling than nsnal hocansc
wc- wcrc rvprcscnlcfl hy l'iv0 girls. Unr last Junior-
Svnior will rcniain an unforgettable lllClIl0l'y.
Now wc rcalixc how ninch our tc-ac-llcrs have
nn-ant lo ns. vVll2liCVl'l' sum-css we may gain will
hc chu- lo their patient instructions.
'l'o ns Broughton is companionship anal work.
lvl- will 'fry to hc gooil CX21llllJlCS of what wc have
lcarnvrl. You can hc snrc lhat no Illillllill' whcrc
wc arog in college, al work, or in the service, W0
will nvvor forgot our alma lll2llCl'.
S1'1'1'vt11ry of Senior Class
Senior Class flfascof
Bl'llt'l' Sl'l'l'll ADl,l'lR
Ilurn rims . . . Spanish rvorrivs . . . friffildiy
French Club 43 Spanish Club 33 History Club 23 English
Club 43 Library Club 13 Camera Club 33 Junior Science
Club 13 Upper Science Club 23 Little Theater 33 Public
Speaking Club 33 Plays 3.
lIAltlill'l'l"l' LAIJD ANDREWS
Typing i'.1'p1'r! . . . irim . . . plenty of poixe . . .
Spanish Club 43 Office Assistant 43 Music Apprecia-
tion Club 2, Vice-President3 Little Theater 33 Y-Teens
43 Sociology Club 4, Vice-President3 Future Home-
makers of America 1.
MARTIIA Jl".AN Al'l'l,l'l
1','z111'ie . . . braidiflil hair .... 9 Tf,'t'l't
French Club 3, 43 History Club 33 Government Club 13
English Club 2, 43 Music Appreciation Club 23 Little
Theater 43 Social Dance Club 13 LATIPAC Staff 43 LAT1-
PAC Representative 33 Hi-Times Staff 3, 43 Dramatics
Class 4, Secretary3 Decorations Comm. for Jr.-Sr. 3.
MARY C'Hl'lS'1'l'llt Al'l'I,l'lYVHI'1'l'l
Suufiivrn rlratvi . . . Y'l'.I'll.V . . . "Chappe1u'i1ife"
Green Thumb Club 13 Mizpah Devotional Group 1,
2. 3, 4, Vice-President 33 Photography Club 23 Spanish
Club 3, 43 Library Assistant 33 Girls' Athletic Associa-
tion 3, 43 Winged Words 33 Student Co-operative Com-
CAROL ANNE BAGLEY
l'l1f'n1i.vfry 'zcorrizuv . . . s1c'f'f't . . . quiet
English Club 1, 2, 3, 4. Secretary 2, 33 Latin Club 1, 23
Social Dance Club 13 Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 4, Religious
Chairman 43 Mizpah Devotional Group 1, 2, 3, 43 Fu-
ture Homemakers of America 1, 23 History Club 23
Future Teachers of America 23 French Club 3, 43 Gov-
ernment Club 3. 43 Glee Club 3, 43 Girls' Athletic
Association 3, 43 Assistant Writing Editor of Winged
VIRGINIA Cl.Ylll'l BAISH
"fiir1ny" . . . cutting up . . . twinkling wyrnv . . .
llIiSt'Ilil'1'0llS . . . "Ic'if,'
English Club 23 Photography Club 23 Social Dance
Club 23 Y-Teens 2, 33 Spanish Club 3, 43 Vice-Presi-
dent 33 Secretary of History Club 33 Little Theater 3.
43 Glee Club 33 LATIPAC Staff 43 Make-Up Committee
for Men Are Like Street Cars 4,
MARTIIA Alll3ll.lNl3l COUSINS liiililililt
1,I'l'H.If . . . lfivharzl . . . .view-I and lozwly . . .
Latin Club 13 Social Dance Club 13 Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 43
English Club 23 Latin Club 1, President of Latin Club
23 Little Theater 2, 3, 43 Nose for News Club 23 As-
sistant Advertising Manager of Hi-Times Staff 23 Span-
ish Club 3, 43 Make-Up for The Baby Sitter 33 Program
Committee for The Baby Sitter 33 Make-Up Committee
for Miss Jimmy 33 Business Manager of LATIPAC 4.
ALIDA M Il,Ll'1lt BARN 1+l'1"l'l'l
Our rdifnr . . . .v7c'z'r'f . . . "Hull" . . . vjicient
. . . Styne
Vice-President, Secretary-Treasurer of Green Thumb
Club 13 Office Assistant 2, 3, 43 Little Theater 33
LATIPAC Staff 3, 4, Editor 43 Service Club 3, 43 Hi-
Times Representative 33 Hi-Times Staff 3, 43 Winged
Words 3, 4, Typing Editor 43 Newspaper Reporter 3,
43 Girls' State Representative 33 Spanish Club 3, 43
History Club 3.
CLASS OF 1952
BILLY S'I'L'AR'I' BA'I"I'S
Jlrx. Sharpfs' l1l"I1I!'I' . . . vuiiin' up . . . lfllglixh
Upper Science Club 23 Maintenance Club 1.
YVILLIAM FRANKLIN ISHLI,
"Tim l1aL'r'r'.v .WIND . . . tin' quid fypr' .
English Club, President and Secretary 33 Good Lis-
tening Club 23 Latin Club 1. 21 Maintenance Club 13
Social Dance Club 33 Hi-Times Representative 2.
R E BHCCA GAY BLACKARD
"Su.vuif"' .... v lim 'ii' trim . . . Hulilwr . .
Spanish rvorrirnv . . . pretty
Spanish Club 3, 43 Good Listening Club 2: Music Ap-
preciation Club 13 Little Theater 2, 3, 43 Glee Club 1,
2, 43 Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 43 Operettas 1. 23 Future Home-
makers of America 1.
JOII N B LOXTON
"l3rufu.v" . . . cuiiin' his arf . . . gift to 7l'llIII1'll
. . . "Hr0a1l11.s"'
Government Club 33 Library Assistant 33 Office As-
sistant 3, 43 Audio-Visual Club 23 Football Team
tVarsityJ 33 Queen of Hearts and Courts 3.
NANCY l'lI.I,RN RUNNER
SIc'f'af1'r.s' . . . L'I"lflP0!llYl hid . . . Ullyifff of Iwaxillg
. . . lifflr' lzailzlx
Spanish Club 3, 43 Office Assistant 43 Good Listening
Club 23 Latin Club 1, 23 Little Theater 43 Social Dance
Club 13 Student Council 33 Glee Club 33 Hi-Times
Staff 33 Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 43 Winged Words 43 Operettas.
An Old Fashion Charm, 13 Decorating Committee of
RL"l'll ANN BOONE
.luycr".s chum .... v 1'c'r1'far'y-In-In' . . . s7ve'r't
Library Assistant 23 Office Assistant 33 English Club
33 Library Club 23 Public Speaking Club 33 Girls'
Athletic Association 43 Future Homemakers of Amer-
KATH li R l N Ii l'll,liANOR BRANFII
".llr1i0rz'Hr", . . . ".s'rc'1'r'fir"' . . . ruff' . . . l1!l7'L'
Hugh Morson 1, 2, 33 Library Assistant. 13 Library
Club 23 Sewing Club 13 Travel Club 23 Music Appre-
ciation Club 23 Band 1, 2, 3, 4: Majorette 2, 3. 43 Glee
Club 2, 3, 43 Y-Teens 2, 33 Girls' Athletic Association
13 School Store 23 Sponsor 3.
MARILYN .I UN li li R I IJGRRS
G.,l..I .... prfffiy hair . . . Il!'1Jl'II1I'II1IIf' . . . fnivr'
French Club, Vice-President 43 History Club 3, 43 Li-
brary Assistant 3, 4: English Club 33 Junior Science
Club 13 Latin Club 1, 23 Monogram Club tGirlsb Vice-
President and Treasurer 3, 43 Social Science Club 4:
Student Council 23 National Honor Society 43 Hi.-
Times Staff 23 Girls' Athletic Association 2, 3, 43
Winged Words 3, 43 Girls' Basketball Team 33 Home-
room Officer 1, 2, 33 Mizpah Devotions 2, 3, 4.
WILLIAM J. BROGIDON. JR.
Hill . . . Svlmnl stun' worker . . . teasing Billy
English Club 1, 2, 3, 43 French Club 2, 33 Maintenance
Club 1. 23 Hi-Times Representative 23 School Store 4.
HLHANOII KANH BYHU
"l1ur.vf- laugh" . . . "sl:-.wh-.vll1u'L'.s"' . . llarfl
n'0rkr'r .... v nozvlnird
English Club 1, 2, 3, 43 History Club 3, Secretary3 Of-
fice Assistant 3, 43 Latin Club 1, 2. Secretary 1, Vice-
President 23 Teen-Age Book Club 1, 2, Secretary 1, 23
Little Theater 13 Secretary of Sophomore Class3
Student Council 1. 2, 3. 4, Hospitality Committee 43
Service Club 43 Glee Club 2, 3, Reporter 23 Hi-Times
Representative 13 Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 43 Winged Words 33
Operettas 33 Secretary 1, Treasurer of I-Iomeroom 2:
Student Council Corsage Committee.
t'RHIGll'l'0N LEE CALHOTQN
"Spt'r'.v" . . . "f'0nn" . . . lzrain
English Club 1, 2. 3, 43 Spanish Club 3. 4, Treasurer 43
Junior Science Club 13 Glee Club 1, 2, 33 Operettas 1.
PllIl.l.l 1' 'l'll0ltNWl'lI.l. t'ARl,ISl.H
Phil . . . l'tITl'lDtI.I1 lumix . . . ultl car
English Club 1, 2. 3, 43 Library Assistant 2.
JOYCE ANN CAltl'l'lN'1'14lli
Our .Vt'l'I'!'l!1l'.If . . . ".31cr"' . . . "Grin1'1f' .
.v1L'1'f'I1'.v1 rm 1'
English Club 1. 2, 3. 43 Spanish Club 3, 43 Government
Club Secretary 43 Music Appreciation Club 23 Secre-
tary of Senior CIRSSQ Member of Publicity Commit.tee3
Member of Hospitality Committeeg Glee Club 1. 23
Hi-Times Representative 33 Y-Teens 1, 43 Operettas
23 Future Homemakers of America 1.
VIC RN li STRU IJVVICK CAVIN HSS
X.II.S .... 1z'z'1'rylmrI'y's frimlfl . . . projvcf
7c'o1'riv.s' . . . Him' as flllzlf vmm'
English Club 1, 2, 3, 43 Latin Club 1, 2, President 1, 23
Good Listening Club 2, President3 Psychology Club
13 Monogram Club 3. 4, Secretary 43 Sgt.-at-Arms of
Student. Council 43 Member of Executive Council of
Student Council3 National Honor Society 3, 43 Service
Club 3, 43 Marshal 3, 43 Hi-Y 43 Stage Crew 3. 43
Football Team, J. V. 23, Varsity 3, 43 Track Team 2.
33 Queen of Hearts Court 2.
l' li ISC I l.I.A J EAN NE CHAl"l"l'lE
0f75'z'r icvlrkwr . . . Jinmzy . . . l1t'1161llIllblt'3
French Club 3. 43 History Club 33 Government Club 43
English Club 1. 2, 3, 43 Latin Club 1, 23 Music Appre-
ciation Club 23 Little Theater 43 Future Homemakers
of America 1, 23 Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 43 Y-Teens 1, 2, 3. 43
Usher in Plays 43 Operettas 23 Broughton En-
semble 43 Senior Council Representative 4.
FICRNANIJO CI-IAMORRO RAPPACCIOIJ
Polilz' . . . AYll'I1l'I1l1Ill1 . . . I1t"llII'1, worries
CLASS OF 1952
MARY SUSAN C"llAl'Pl'iI,l,
Jimnzly .... v ivnplrf and .viwzff .... v vm: with
"Lou" . . . "Salty" . . . prwtty
English Club 1, 2, 3, 43 French Club 2, 3, Vice-President
23 History Club 3, President3 Office Assistant 3. 43 Fu-
ture Homemakers of America 13 Music Appreciation
Club 13 Student Council Member 13 Service Club 3,
4, Secretary 3, Treasurer 43 Marshal 43 Y-Teens 1, 2,
3, 4, Secretary 13 Vice-President 3, President 43 At-
tendant in May Court.: Corsage Committee 43 Inter-
Club Council of Y-Teens 3, 4, Secretry 3.
MAliGAliH'1' CAROLYN C'l,EMl'1N'l'
fllajorrfftz' . . . Ilfllllflflll hair . . . 'vocalist
Spanish Club Member 3, 43 History Club Member 33
Government Club Member 43 English Club Member 1,
2, 3, 43 Little Theater Member 33 F.H,A. Member 13
Student Council Representative 33 Band 1, 2, 3, 43 Glee
Club Member 1, 2, 3, 43 Y-Teens Member 43 Girls' Ath-
letic Association 2, 3, 4.
C'A'l'Hl'lR1Nl'l PA'l"1'F.RSON POLICY
Quiet .... v ivz'1'fr'.st one' ..., 1 lm-
Spanish Club 3, 43 History Club Secretary 33 Office
Assistant 33 Travel Club Secretary 13 Latin Club 1, 23
Music Appreciation Club 23 Little Theater Make-Up
Committee 3, Member 43 Treasurer of Class 43 Stu-
dent Council Hospitality Committee 43 Y-Teens 1,
Secretary 2, Member 3, 43 May Court 2.
HAROLD IDOWNY COLHY
"Chris" ..., s 'IIIITUIIIIIII . . . blur' 1'yf's .
Sf ll rl
English Club 1, 2, 3, 43 French Club 3. 4. Vice-Presi-
dent 43 Good Listening Club 1, 23 Monogram Club
2, 3, 4, President 43 Senior Class Representative to
Student Council3 LATIPAC Staff, Committee Head 43
Hi-Times Representative 13 Hi-Y 4, Junior Hi-Y 1. 23
Junior Varsity Cheerleader 13 Football Team 1, 2, 3, 4.
Co-Captain 43 Track Team 1, 2, 3, 43 Swimming Team
Manager 3, 4.
Sl LAS COLICY
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Latin Club 1, 23 Music Appreciation Club 23 Pyschology
Club 1, 4.
EIJXVARD HARRISON COTH RAN
Ifzlzliz- . . . goml Ioolring clothvx . . . Kay sweet
Spanish Club Sgt.-at-Arms 33 History Club President
33 Government Club President 43 English Club 13 Good
Listening Club 1, Sgt.-at-Arms 23 Marshal 33 Hi-Y 33
Executive Council Treasurer 43 Junior Hi-Y 2.
BE NJAMIN P E R RY COX
"Gay Parf'1"' . . . quirt and nice . . . dry wit . .
English Club 33 Industrial Arts Club 23 Swimming
CHRIS'l'0Plll+lR GALE CROWSON
French Club 3, President 43 History Club 43 Civics
Club 13 Good Listening Club 23 Latin Club 1, 23 Main-
tenance Club lj Order of DeMolay 3, Senior Standard 4.
IIAItIiII'I'I"I'l'I SVZANNIC CLIRRAN
fvllffllll, Ilarrivfi . . . Jlyrflf' Hvaclz, S. l'. .
gown'-Iuokillg rlnflzfnv . . . I'vgg'q'.v r.-hum
French Club 43 History Club 43 English Club 43
Glee Club 43 Y-Teens 4.
C'AIiOI.YN .IOANNIAI C'L'IiItY
"l"r1!-1ir111y" . . . l'11l'4'I'iIlg . . . "mm of flu' flII'l'l',,
. . . 1Il'l'.VUII!I1il4.lf
Spanish Club V.P. 3, Member 43 Office Assistant 13
Future Homemakers of America Secretary 23 Little
Theater 3, 43 Student Council 23 Executive Council
of Student Council. Member of Sports Committee 4:
Hi-Times Rep 13 Hi-Times Staff 23 Y-Teens 13 Secre-
tary of State and Treasurer 2, Member 3, Co-chairman
of Social Committee 43 Girls' Athletic Association
Secretary 23 Cheerleader J,V. 1, 2.
lSE'l"I'Y ORR IDANIICI.
Skatrr . . . rlrrm'ir1g pi1'furf'.v . . . Iuril1'nf'cL'
STd'f'lIft'I'.V . . . Furrrnvi
Sociology Club 43 Spanish Club 3, 43 History Club 2, 33
English Club 33 Knitting Club 33 Music Appreciation
Club 3, 43 Psychology Club 43 Current History Club,
President 43 Y-Teens 1. 2.
I'A'I'ItIC'IA I,Ut'II.I.l'I DAVIS
.'IlIIf!1'.S' CIIIIIII .... s '7c'f'1'1' ax flzvy vmnr . . . aln'11'y.s'
French Club 3, 43 Office Assistant 43 English Club
3, 43 Library Club 23 Teen Age Book Club 1: Glee
Club 1, 2, 3. 43 Y-Teens 1, 3, 43 Operettas 1, 23 Home-
room Treasurer 4.
RIUIIARII t'ARI.'I'0N DAY
Prvsirlrrzi IJl'.'II0l!1.11 . . . good luokillg cfofluzv
. . . girl frnulzlzzv
History Club 3. President3 Government Club 43
English Club 43 Photography Club 23 Latin Club 1. 23
Future Business Leaders of America 1. Secretaryg
Band 3. 4.
.IOIIN TIIONIAS III'ISI'IItN
"Touki1"' . . . Illllllllfffl' . . . 1'z'f'r'yIm11y'.v friffnd
. . . nnfun' 110,11
Spanish Club 4, Treasurer3 Government Club 2, Presi-
dent3 English Club 2, Secretary3 Industrial Arts Club 13
Monogram Club 1. 2, 3, 43 Junior Class Treasurerg
Service Club 3, President. 43 Glee Club 33 Hi-Times
Representative 1, 23 Hi-Y 3, President 4: Junior Hi-Y
1, Treasurer 23 Football Team, 1, 2, 3, 43 Manager3
Track Team 1, 2, 3. 43 Newspaper Reporter 33 Spon-
ANN NIAC'l'llliRSON DIVINE
"Snmm'I1if"' . . . cutting up . . . fIlll'7'i1' . .
Spanish Club 3, 4, Secretary 33 Latin Club 1, 2.
Treasurer 13 Hi-Times Representative 33 Tri-Hi-Y 1,
23 Attended New Hanover High, Wilmington, Fresh-
man and Sophomore Years.
ROB Ii HTA IIA RY Ii Y IJIXON
Har! . . . Nh' A'f"I1.V . . . grimy .vtvrzdy . . . bran:
English Club 1, 2. 3, 4. Secretary 1, President 43 French
Club 3, 4, Reporter 43 Latin Club 1. 2, Secretary 1, 23
Music Appreciation Club 23 Teen Age Book Club 13
Secretary of Eighth Gradeg Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Ac-
companist 4, Secretary of Eighth Grade Chorus,
Y-Teens 13 Winged Words Staff 3, Editor 43 Operettas
1, 23 Homeroom Representative to Senior Council.
CLASS OF 1952
DORIS NI lI,I,l'1R DOZIH R
Beautiful hands . . . .s'c'1'n with the' tzvins . .
picture of poixr'
English Club 1, 2, 3, 43 Spanish Club 3, 43 Teen
Age Book'Club 13 Little Theater 43 Glee Club 1. 2.
3, 43 Hz-Times Representative 43 Y-Teens 1. 23 Girls'
Athletic Association 33 Operettas 1, 2, Usher 2.
VVILLIAM BIICMAN N DOZIE R
School store . . . friwlrlly . . . f'ar0lyn . . . tall
English Club 1, 2, 3, 43 French Club Treasurer 33
History Club 1, Sgt.-at-Arms3 Executive Council of
Student Council 4, Treasurer3 Band 1. 2, 3, 43 Hi-
Times Representative 23 Junior Hi-Y 23 Manager of
Baseball Team 23 School Store 1. 2, 3, 4. Manager 43
Model Club 1.
"Shot fflllf, . . . Trivia . . . lvvvlz . . . SlIf'IIL'lII,
Spanish Club 33 Government Club 43 Music Appre-
ciation Club 1, 23 Hi-Times Staff 3.
l'lVl'll,YN CAROL DUNCXAN
fl1ll'0ll7ld-llflllllll . . . nurw-to-lu' .... w zc'1'1't aml
French Club 3, 4, President 33 History Club 3, Presi-
dent: English Club 2, 3, 43 Letter Exchange Club 23
Latin Club 2. 33 Make-Up Mistress 43 Glee Club 23
Y-Teens 13 Girls' Athletic Association 3, 43 Future
Homemakers of America 13 Sociology Class Club 1,
Decoration Committee for Junior-Senior
Quivi . . . .s'r'1'n with Billy . . . nicr'
Sewing Box 13 Art Club 23 Glee Club 1. 2. 33 Y-Teens 1.
C'HARl.l'lS I'A'l"l'HRSON lil, DRI Ilfili
Cowl looks . . . f!1lIA'l'7' . . . vm girls allrmwrl . .
HF. Nf' . . . that zlrnrcl
Spanish Club 3, Sgt.-at-Arms 4: Government Club
13 Monogram Club 2, 3, 43 Social Dance Club 13 Home-
room President 23 Homeroom Secretary 33 LATIPAC
Staff 43 Hi-Times Staff 43 Junior Hi-Y 1, 2. Vice-
President 23 Hi-Y 3, 4, Sgt.-at-Arms 43 J.V. Football
Team 23 Varsity Football Team 43 Swimming Team
1, 2, 3, 4, Co-Captain 43 Hi-Y Minstrel3 Key Club 4
".lI1'rt,' . . . collzwriilnlf' , . . Ufflrff' r1.v.s-ixfrznf . .
French Club, Treasurer 3, Member of Program Com-
mittee 43 Office Assistant 43 Little Theater 43 "Nose
for News" Club 23 Social Dance Club 13 Student
Council l, 33 Hi-Times Staff 43 Y-Teens 1. 23 Junior-
Senior Prom3 Homeroom Treasurer 2.
lfllglixll fl'OIllJll'S . . . Igllllflllf , . . var 1'a1111r'if'1f
1l7Ill7l1llf'!1 . . . jiftzfrlmg
French Club 2. 3, Secretary 23 Library Assistant 2:
English Club 23 Photography Club 23 Library Club 23
Little Theater 33 Social Dance Club 13 Future Home-
makers of America 1, President 13 Glee Club 33
Hi-Times Representative 3, 43 Y-Teens 1, 2, 33 Hi-
Times Staff 43 Sgt.-at-Arms 23 Queen of Hearts Court3
.I I NIMY I'lI,I,IS
Jininiy . . . flI'!ITL'ilIg picfurruv . . . tallest om'
. . . .wail with I.. II. . . . frimizily
Spanish Club 33 History Club 33 English Club, Vice-
President 33 Green Thumb, Treasurer 23 Audio-
Visual Club 13 Social Dance Club 13 Glee Club 3, 43
Homeroom President 13 Homeroom Vice-President 2.
.loyvv . . . l'UII1IIIl'l'l'iHH'If irzciilwrl . . . Urwsham
. . . ojhvi' :t'urf.'r'1'
Library Assistant 13 Office Assistant 2, 3. 43 Health
Room Asst. 13 Green Thumb 23 Future Teachers of
America l: Public Speaking Club 33 Glee Club l, 2.
Joi' . . . Ki! . . . lmxx zinivr' .... v inging . . .
fallrr than man'
Spanish Club 3: English Club 23 Upper Science Club.
Secretary 23 Maintenance Club 13 Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 43
Operettas 1. 2. 4,
A X I TA l"I.l'I TC I I li It
.lnifa . . . .vhi-jzimp lime . . . gift for gala . . .
brain .... v :wifi
Spanish Club 3, 4, President 43 Library Club 23 Mono-
gram Club 3, 43 Little Theater 3, 43 Golden Masquers
43 Glee Club 1. 23 Hi-Times Staff 43 Y-Teens 1, 2. 3. 43
Girls' Athletic Association 3, 43 Winged Words 4,
Publicity Editor 43 Plays 1, 2, 43 Decoration Com-
mitteeg Junior-Senior Prom3 Corsage Committee3 Pub-
licity Committee3 Chairman Scrapbook Committee.
l'fli:a1n'th . . . In-autiful hair . . . "Hugo" . .
.vtlirlyirlg hard . . . "1l'KI"'
Spanish Club 3. 43 Government Club 43 Office As-
sistant 3. 43 Photography Club 23 Green Thumb 13
Little Theater 3: Glee Club 13 Y-Teens 1, 2, Service
Chairman. 3. 4. Program Chairman3 Winged Words 4,
Writing Staff: Operettas Riding Down The Sky.
Robin .... X '.II.S .... 1li'p1'r11111i21r' . . . calm
. . . r'u111'vfi'11 .... v TC't'l'f
Student Council 23 Executive Council of Student C. 4,
Chairman Publicity Comm.3 LATIPAC Staff 4, Co-author
of Senior Storyg National Honor Society 33 Service
Club 43 Y-Teens 1, 2, President 3, 43 Newspaper Re-
porter 3. 4. Raleigh Times: May Court. 2, Y-Teens May
Court: Senior Class Sponsor 43 Delegate in 3. 4 to North
Carolina Scholastic Press Convention3 Delegate in 4 to
Southern-wide Press Editors. Brenau College, Ga.,
Pai .... v mall and .v7cw'i'1 . . . Sunh . . . clotiiifx
. . . 'i'I'l!'Ill1I.lj
French Club 3, 4. Sgt.-at-Arms3 Little Theater 3. 4:
Y-Teens 3. 43 Winged Words 4, Business Manager3
Scrapbook Committee 43 Publicity Committee 43 Bald-
win High School, Pittsburgh, Pa., Newspaper Re-
porter 1. 23 Glee Club 1, 21 Office Assistant 2.
Jlr. I'ri'.vi11c'nt . . . "Un . . . lah" . . . Imizurif
. . . 1'f'1'f'r.yIm1ily'.v Pai
Spanish Club 33 History Club 4, Pres., Sgt.-at-Arms3
Office Assistant 43 English Club 33 Monogram Club
tBoysl 1, 2, 3, 43 Future Business Leaders of America
23 Public Speaking Club 33 Student Council 3, V.-
Pres. 4, Pres.3 Executive Council of Student C. 3,
V.-Pres. 4. Pres.: National Honor Society 3, 43 Service
Club 3, 43 Hi-Y 1. 2, Sec.3 Swimming Team 1, 2.
CLASS UF 1952
"Snake" . . . frifllrlly . . . 1iI'IlII '11' Lanky . .
Industrial Arts Club 1, 23 Junior Science Club 13
President of Spanish Club 3. Member 43 Library
Assistant 3, 4.
MAHGIE El.IZABE'l'H GARN E R
Bryant . . . tlzirzl finger, left lzanrl . . . .vvvevt
Spanish Club 33 History Club 33 English Club 3,
Secretaryg Little Theater 3, 43 "Nose for News"
Club 23 F.H.A. 1, Parliamentarian3 Y-Teens 1, 3, 43
Girls' Athletic Association 3.
GORDON LEE GARN E It
allot rods" . . . acting . . . mechanic
History Club 33 Teen Age Book Club 23 Little Theater
3, 43 Plays 3, 4.
JEAN CAMERON GILLIAM
Quiet . . . Brain . . . zlwpcrulalnlff
French Club 3. Vice-Pres. 43 Office Assistant. 43 Art
Club 13 Latin Club 1, 23 Monogram Club lGirlsJ 43
Little Theater 33 Glee Club 1, 23 Y-Teens 1, 2, 33
Girls' Athletic Association 2, 3, 43 Plays 33 Operettas 1.
PAULA SCZANNE GILLON
Pr0.riw . . , Ilairruf, S. 1' .... one of the three
. . . school 1101113
English Club 23 Good Listening Club 23 F.H.A. 13
Psychology Club 43 Y-Teens 13 Greenville, S. C.,
Future Business Leaders of America 33 Dramatic
Club 3, Secretaryg Play Little Women 33 Hi-News
SANDRA JAN E GOE
Pretty f'yl'S . . . z'loflu's .... v rwfrft
Latin Club 1, Vice-President. 2, Secretary3 Glee Club
1, 2, 3, 43 Future Homemakers of America 23 Psychol-
ogy Club 23 Operettas 2, The Magic Charm, Cornilita3
Spanish Club 4, Treasurer3 Little Theater 3, Vice-
President3 Member 43 Plays 4, Men Are Like Street-
WILLIAM IIOOVE R GOODMAN
Billy . . . quiet . . . nice
Travel Club 1, 2.
Holzli-y . . . llzoxv eyes . . . 7'icaciou.v . . . lovely
to look nf.
"Nose for News" Club 1, Secretaryg Student Council
1, 2, Secretary 33 Hi-Times Representative 13 Y-Teens
1, Secretary 2, Program Committee 3, Publicity Chair-
man3 J.V. Cheerleader 1, J.V. Head Cheerleader 2,
Cheerleader 43 Newspaper Reporter 13 May Court 13
Future Homemakers of America 2. Secretary3 Girls'
Athletic Association 23 Queen of Hearts and Courts
1, 23 Spanish Club 3, 43 Little Theater 3, 43 Marshal 33
Hi-Times Staff 43 Service Club 43 Secretary of the
Ninth Grade 2, Chairman of Student Council Social
Standards Comm. 43 LATIPAC Staff 3.
NAXVY t'0OI'lili GltliliN
"1Ium1'r" . . . ".Yr'nm" . . . low' life' . . . fl'H.V1'I',N
English Club l: Social Dance Club 13 Y-Teens l. 23
Good Listening Club 2, Sgt.-at-Armsg Spanish Club 33
Little Theater 33 Hi-Times Representative 3. 43 Hi-
Times Staff 3. 43 Social Standards Committee 43
Student Council Sponsor 43 Student Council Poster
Committee 3, 43 LATIPAC Staff 43 Decoration Committee
for Jr.-Sr. 31 Homeroom Secretary 2, Treasurer 4.
fiom! lmrlm . . . cutting up . . . 1,.l'.
Latin Club l, 23 Social Dance Club 13 Photography
Club 23 Glee Club 3. 43 Student Council Representative
43 Government Club 4.
.XliI,liNl". l'1MlI,Y GRISIVI'
Ili-Timznv llvlliffil' . . . grffin' ncrcnv . . . t"yIll'il'PIf
Junior Science Club 13 Hi-Times Representative 2, 3.
Editor-in-Chief 43 Y-Teens 2. Publicitv Chairmang
LATIPAC Staff 3. Jr. Editorg Girls' Athletic Association
2, 3, 43 Monogram Club 43 Little Theater 3, 43 English
Club 33 Spanish Club 3, 43 Office Assistant 43 Student.
Council 43 Winged Words 43 Men Are Like Street-
JO ANNE ll.-XlI,l'lY
Liltlv "Jo" . . . Buick . . . 111111011-If . . . Hill. . . .
good l rmki II g
Glee Club 1, 2. 3, 43 Student Council Representative
23 Future Homemakers of America 23 Hi-Times Staff
3, 43 Operettas 23 Y-Teens 33 Hi-Times Representative
33 Social Dance Club 13 Homeroom Secretary 4.
carrot top . . . Nash . . . that llllil'l' fypr' . .
Good Listening Club 13 Upper Science Club 2: Span-
ish Club 3, 43 English Club 33 Industrial Arts Club 33
Audio-Visual Club 3.
.YIITNV tu In' .... x 'fwn with Bcity
Spanish Club 43 History Club 33 Library Assistant 41
Latin Club l, 23 Girls' Monogram Club 3, 43 Little
Theater 3, 43 Glee Club 43 Y-Teens l. 2: Girls' Ath-
letic Association 2. 43 Future I-Iomemakers of Amer-
ica 43 Junior Civic Council 3, 4: Girl Scouts 2,
AN N Ili l,l'l li HAR MON
Silwnf Inu! Stlfillllll' .... v llllfflllllld ic'11i,:' . .
Library Assistant 4: Letter Exchange Club 23 Music
Appreciation Club 33 Glee Club l.
Sruvwf .vnzilr . . . qufvf . . . crvntizw' ivritirzg
Spanish Club 43 Letter Exchange Club 23 Latin Club
1, 23 Music Appreciation Club 13 Little Theater
4' Glee Club l' Girls' Athletic Association 4' Win ed
V . V Q
Words 3, Writing Editor3 Plays Comniittee3 Operet-
tas. Riding Down the Sky.
CLASS OF 1952
1'l'0lllIll'.V . . . hwrv, flzvrff, aml f'z'rrly7c'l1crf' .
gift for gnli
Spanish Club 3, 43 Office Assistant 25 Future Home-
makers of America 1, 23 Little Theater 2. 3, 43 Execu-
tive Council of Student C. 23 Y-Teens l, 2. 3, 41 Girls'
Athletic Association 23 Sponsor 3.
Quint . . . 1-rfrc'-4-111 . . . f'11rfr1m1i.vi . . . .vlzorfif'Q?j
French Club 33 History Club 4: English Club 33 Art
Club 33 Model Club 23 President Homeroom 3.
.IO ANNE IIIUKS
Rwl hair . . . typing 1c'm'rif'.v
Music Appreciation Club 1.2.
"liulzl1a" . . . Imp rloilzznv . . . "Kool" .
.Uargarwt . . . rlry wif
Spanish Club 43 Government. Club 43 Latin Club 13
Psychology Club 43 Social Dance Club 13 Vice-Presi-
dent Homeroom 43 Hospitality Com. 4.
MORRISON IIOGWOOIJ, JR.
Santa Claus . . . frimzflly , . . Public Slwalcifig
Government Club 43 President of Green Thumb 23
Jr. Science Club 13 Little Theater 3, 43 Public Speak-
ing Club 43 Glee Club 43 Vocal Ensemble 4.
nlslllgglln . . . on flu' gn . . . rlr117c'ing "pin-lu'r.v"
. . . 0D'7'1'r' n'r1rL'f'r
Spanish Club 33 History Club 33 Office Assistant 2.
3. 43 English Club 33 Industrial Arts Club 13 Art Club
1, 2, 3, 43 Good Listening Club 23 Maintenance Club
2, 3, 43 Monogram Club 2, 33 Little Theater 3, 43
House Director for Little Theater 43 Student Coun-
cil Poster Committee, Chairman 33 Service Club 3,
4, Sgt.-at-Arms 43 Hi-Times Representative 33 Junior
Hi-Y 23 Stage Crew 2, 3.
"l7lzr'r'falL" . . . II'h11r'l lflll . . . Billy . . . Ifuivl'
Spanish Club Pres, 33 Secretary 43 History Club Pres.
33 Government Club, Vice-Pres. 43 English Club Pres.
33 Industrial Arts Club 23 International Relations Club
43 Good Listening Club 23 Latin Club Sgt.-at.-Arms 13
Vice-Pres. 23 Boys Monogram Club 3. 43 Jr. I-Ii-Y 23
Track Team 3, 4.
NA' L'0'qr's . . . Flllllll, up . . . full of fun . . .
Cathedral High 1. 23 Latin Club 1, 23 Varsity Foot-
ball 23 French Club 33 Government Club 3, 43 Music
Appreciation 33 Maintenance Club 33 Little Theater 3.
4. Business Managerj Hi-Times Staff 3. Advertising3
Newspaper Reporter, 33 LATIPAC Staff 43 Golden
Masquers 43 Hi-Times Staff 4, Sports Editor3 Men Are
Like Street Cars 4, Student Director.
"IIuxfif"' . . . NJLS .... t"WL'lf'IIf . . . l1l'1H'llII't1IIll'
Junior Science Club 13 Upper Science Club 23 Spanish
Club 33 History Club 3, President3 Student Council
Representative 33 Hi-Y 33 Spanish Club 4. Sgt.-at-
Arms3 Executive Council 4. Chairman of Lost and
Found3 Hi-Y 4, Secretaryg President of Homeroom 43
House and Grounds Committee 4.
Hfvtlllllflxlju . . . cars . . . nrzylmzly gn! ll razor?
Boosters Club 1, 23 Teen Age Club 1, 23 Science Club
13 Monogram Club 23 Outdoor Sports Club 23 Hi-Y
23 Varsity Football 23 Science Club 23 1Clinton High
School 1, 233 French Club 33 Library Assistant 33 Eng-
lish Club 33 French Club 4, Sgt.-at-Arms3 Government
Club 4, Sgt.-at-Arms3 Little Theater 4, Vice-Presidentg
Cast of Men Arc Like Streetcars 4.
l'z'4'il . . . "I,ifll1' lfiiu . . . l'!Ifl'ft'l'iIl l1r'lp1'r . . .
zlinmmlzl on lirr .f1.llgt'I'
Teen Age Book Club 13 Glee Club 1, 2, 43 Cast ot'
Riding Down The Sky lj Library Assistant 2, 33 Library
Club 2, 33 Office Assistant 33 French Club 43 Little
Theater 43 Usher for Men Are Like Street Cars 4.
lfe'x1'rz'f'1l . . . flllilj hallllx . . . quirf, but win'
Latin Club 1. 23 Y-Teens 1. 2. 3. 43 Future Home-
makers of America 1. Secretary: Travel Club 2, Secre-
tary3 French Club 3, 4: Glee Club 3, 43 Winged Words
Ifloridrl-1111141111 . . . lIIll1'f
Social Science Club 13 Latin Club 2, 33 Psychology
Club 23 Varsity Football 3, 43 Track Team 3. 41 Order
of DeMolay 3, 43 President of History Club 4.
l'lYlrlI,YN JAN li J ICN KISS
Swwn with .lo llnnz' . . . quivl, but lIll'1' . . . lmnrl
Future Homemakers of America 13 Band 1, 2, 31
Music Appreciation Club 2.
MARY AN N .lOlll'1
Voir-1' . . . Igfllllgllfflll 1'fr1.w'11111Ic' . . . "Jo-IIN'
Social Dance Club 13 Glee Club 1, 2, 3. 43 Y-Teens 1.
2. 3: Cast of Riding Down The Sky 13 Nose for News
Club 23 Latin Club 3, 43 Little Theater 33 Sociology
Club 43 Broughton Ensemble 4.
Shui up . . . fl'0lIlI1f'.V . . . ".I1'f"' . . H.l1IlSl'll'.S'U
. . . all flu' girls' lifflv 1111.11
English Club 1, 2, 3, 43 Spanish Club 3, 4, Vice-
President 33 Good Listening Club 1. 2, Treasurer
23 Little Theater 43 Public Speaking Club 33 Sgt.-at-
Arms of Sophomore Class3 Junior Hi-Y 1, 23 Track
Team 43 DeMolay 2, 3, 45 Member of J.V. Football
CLASS OF 1952
ANN HOWELL JON ES
"Boo 1300" .... v hart . . . gigglrs
Spanish Club 3, 43 History Club 33 Library Assistant
43 English Club 1, 2, 3, 43 Glee Club 1, 23 Hi-Times
Staff 3, 4, Circulation and Advertising3 Hi-Y
Minstrel 33 Girls' Athletic Association 2, 3, 43 Operet-
tas 1, 23 Future Homemakers of America 1.
DOROTHY AN N JON ES
Dm' . . . that lajff . , . nmr1'.' . . . nice and neat
Spanish Club 3, 43 Office Assistant 3, 43 Vice-President
English Club 23 Latin Club 1, 23 Little Theater 33
Student Council Representative 3, on Executive Coun-
cil 43 Co-Chairman Sports Committee 43 Glee Club
1, 23 Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 4, Publicity Committee 1, Presi-
dent Inter-Club Council 2, Vice-President of Group 23
May Court 23 Basketball Team of Girls' Athletic
Association3 Varsity Cheerleader 43 Newspaper Re-
porter 1, 23 Corsage Committee for Student Council
for Homecoming: Decorating Committee for Jr.-Sr.
Prom3 Decorating Committee for Sophomore and
Freshman Danceg Homeroom Vice-President 1, 2, 3,
DORVAL T. JONES
lyping whiz . . . mrxxing nrnunrl . . . "Doodle-
English Club3 Spanish Club 33 History Club 33 Library
Assistant 43 Photography Club 43 Junior Science Club
13 Little Theater 33 Audio-Visual Club 2.
ERN EST JORDAN
"Iful1lwr" . . . n.'lI'Illf'U . . . curly lilonrl locki-
. . , Suzie . . . runnin' armuul
French Club 3, 4, Vice-President 43 English Club 1, 2,
3, 43 Music Appreciation Club 13 Maintenance Club
13 Public Speaking Club 33 Service Club 43 Band 1,
2, 3, 4, State Contest 2. 33 J.V. Football Team 13 House
and Grounds Committee 43 Hospitality Committee 43
National Guard Band 2, 3, 4.
lVAl,'l'Eli EDXVARD JORDAN. JR.
"1fu1l1l'y" . . . flmsf' wyrhv . . . J0'ljl'I' , . . giving
English Club 1, 2. 3, 43 Latin Club 1, 23 Maintenance
Club 13 Audio-Visual Club 23 Decoration Committee
PAUL S'l'Al"I"ORD KELLY
"I3url', . . . frmflmll . . . thrilling thc' girls . .
English Club 1, 2, 3, 43 Spanish Club 3. 4, Treasurer
33 Industrial Arts Club 1, Foremang Good Listening
Club 2, Vice-President: Monogram Club 3, 4. Vice-
President 43 Public Speaking Club 33 Social Dance
Club 1, Vice-Presidentq Sgt.-at-Arms of Freshman ClaSSQ
Junior Hi-Y 1, 2,3 J.V. Football Team 2, Varsity
Team 3, 43 J.V. Basketball Team lj Track Team
THOMAS BRYANT KENNEDY
"Rally Faczfv . . . clolllrfx will! class . . . I,I'7lCl?
. . . Sally
Government Club 43 Good Listening Club 23 Latin
Club 1, 2, Treasurer 23 Social Dance Club 1, 23 Treas-
urer Freshman Class3 Hi-Y 3, 4, Vice-Pres. 43 Junior
Hi-Y 1, 23 J.V, Football Team 1. 23 DeMolay 3, 43
Key Club Treasurer 3, Vice-Pres. 4.
ETIIEI. HELEN KING
Jimmy .... Q TE'l'f'l . . . lwlpflll . . . lVil.v0n
English Club 1, 2, 3. 43 Spanish Club 3, 43 History
Club 33 Library Assistant 43 Future Business Leaders
of America 23 Glee Club 1, 23 Hi-Times Representa-
tive 43 Hi-Times Staff 4, Advertising3 Y-Teens 13
Operettas 13 Future Homemakers of America 1.
Pwtitf' . . . flirt . . . vutf' . . . frirmtly
History Club 33 Office Assistant 43 Sewing Club
23 Latin Club 1, 23 Little Theater 43 Glee Club 2, 3,
43 Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 43 Queen of Hearts Court 33
Operettas 23 Future Homemakers of America 1.
PATRICIA GRAY I.II,l'lS
Pat . . . rlranzntizzv . . . prwtty hair . . . Little'
Ttzvrztvr . . , l'ro.vl1'y
Spanish Club 3. Vice-President 43 Library Assistant
43 English Club 1, 2, 4, President 23 Knitting Club
23 Music Appreciation Club 2, Treas. 3: Little Theater
3, Secretary 43 Golden Masquers 43 Glee Club 2, 33
Y-Teens 4, Plays, Men Are Like Streetcars, 43 Dramat-
ics Club 2, 3, Vice-President 33 Homeroom Vice-Presi-
dent 23 Decoration Committee Junior-Senior.
CARI, JOHN I,INIlHRERG, JR.
Flirty hair . . . quiet . . . f7hr'z'if'
Government Club 43 English Club 33 Industrial Arts
Club 23 Latin Club 1, 23 Audio-Visual Club 13 Public
Speaking Club 3.
NANCY LHR I.INVII.I.l+l
"f'r0px" . . . mort' nzvn . . . "Jil," . . 111110-
rywrl Iwll .... w zcwt
History Club 3, Secretary3 English Club 3, President3
Little Theater 3, 43 House and Grounds Committee 3,
43 Hospitality Committee 43 Hi-Times Staff 3, 43 Stage
Crew 3, 43 Decorations Committee for Jr.-Sr. 33 Y-
MARY ANN I,I'I"l'Ll'l
Ilflpful . . . cutting .vtrncils . . . dI'1I!'7IlI'lIblff
English Club 1, 2, 3, 43 Good Listening Club 1, 23
Operettas 1, Prompter in Operetta 23 Glee Club 1.
Librarian of Glee Club 2, Member 3. 4.
MARC IA AN N Mc-KERINIAN
Turnml up .wvlfx . . . Cuff' as a button . . . 0710
of thf' thru' . . . Desoto C07l'l'l'7'tilIIf'
French Club 2, 3, 4, Secretary 2, President 43 Gov-
ernment Club 43 Latin Club 23 Nose for News Club 2,
Treasurerg LATII-Ac Staff 3, Senior Co-Editor 43 Hi-
Times Staff 2, 3, 43 Y-Teens 2, 3, 4, Publicity
Chairman 43 May Court 23 Homeroom Vice-Pres. 33
Decorations Committee for Jr.-Sr. 3.
NANCY I.I4lI'l BICNAIR
Semi with Carol . . . tzailx from Durtzam . . .
Library Club 23 Little Theater 3, 43 Y-Teens 2, 33
Future Homemakers of America 2, 33 Make-up Com-
mittee for Men Are Like Street Cars.
JOIIN MILTON MARTIN
Cr1r.vQ?j . . . Iflzgtixtz rvorriffx . . . sf'z'l1 with
"Slim" . . . liullwt hear!
Maintenance Club 2, 3.
CLASS OF 1952
l'lUGENl'l IIAROLD MA'l"l'llHWS. JR.
Hefty Carol . . . band . . . nivr . . . grzrzrl-lzzrnkirzg
English Club 33 Travel Club 33 Music Appreciation
Club 23 Social Dance Club lj Band 1, 2, 3. 43 Glee
Club 1, 2. 3, 43 Operettas 2.
I-lA'l'llI.lCliN NIIC'lIll'l 3lA'l'lll".lYS
nllI!ll'l'!lUIIi!I,, . . . Gworgr' . . . G.,l..1 ..... v TL'l'1'f
Government Club 43 Green Thumb Club 2, President
Latin Club 1, 23 Monogram Club fGirlsb 3, President
43 Girls' Athletic Association 2, Treasurer 3, Captain
43 Winged Words 3, 4.
Wll,l3LfIt l'L7l.l.l'lN MA'l"l'lll'lWS. JR.
I"rif'nr1ly . . . ,wvrz with Jlonrm' . . . fallrsf our
Spanish Club 3, 4, Reporter 43 History Club 33 Junior
Science Club lj Travel Club 2. Secretary.
lll'll.l'1N liII,lil3lIi'l' NIAYNARIJ
.V.II.S .... getting nr'n'.v . . . rvnrryillg
Spanish Club 3, 4, Office Assistant 43 Sewing Box 23
Latin Club Vice-President 1, 23 Little Theater 3, 43
Student Council of Student C.3 Chairman of Chapel
Comm.3 National Honor Society 3, 43 Glee Club 23
Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 43 Stage Crew 3, 43 Newspaper Re-
porter 3, 43 Operettas 23 F.H.A.Q Homeroom Secretary
23 Raleigh Junior Music Club 1, 2, 3, 4.
JU ANN INIICACIIAM
fiU'Z'l'l'IINIr"Ilf 7c'0rri1'.v . . . p1'r.s'm1a1il'11 . . . rar
Spanish Club 3, 43 Sewing Box 23 Latin Club 23
Little Theater 3, 43 Student Council 43 Lirrnmc Staff
43 Y-Teens 2, 43 Plays 33 F.H.A.
SHIItl.l'lY LUIS NIPIRRIMAN
"Sal" . . . hard rvrlrkvr . . . cI.oth1'.v with vlaxx
. . . .v7c'f'1'f1'.v1' 01111 . . . "llarr'L"'
Spanish Club 3, 43 History Club 33 Sewing Box 13
Little Theater 33 Future Business Leaders of America
23 LATXI-Ac Staff 3, 43 Glee Club3 Hi-Times Staff 3,
43 Plays 3. 43 Operettas 33 House and Grounds Com-
mittee 43 Senior Council Rep. 4.
KATHARIN H Kll,I.IAN MlllDl.l41'l'0N
True blondf' .... lavlr . . . lfnglixh 'whiz
Spanish Club 3, 43 Government Club 43 Sewing Box
23 Latin Club 1, 23 Little Theater 3, 43 F.H.A. lj Hi-
Times Representative 1, 3, Hi-Times Staff 2, 4: Y-
Teens 1. 2, 3, 43 Plays 3, 4.
HAROLD SAMUAI, MON'l'AGL'li
"Sam" . . .grinning . . . cutting up . . . 'nice
.IAl'QUl'll,YN B ROWN MOOR li
.l.I3. . . . prwtty .vmilv .... v ffm: with "Sal" .
"Slow p0k1"' . . . lvgs
Government Club 43 Library Assistant 23 English
Club 3, Pres., Library Club 23 Latin Club 1, 23 Psy-
chology Club Secy. 23 Little Theater 23 LATIPAC Staff
43 Hi-Times Rep. 2.
,Y.II.S .... .v7c'f'f'1' xmiff' . . . prvtfy ax I1 17it'fIlI'l'
. . . "1,o11',
French Club 3, Secretary3 French Club 4, Reporter3
Government Club 4, Office Assistant 3, 4: Latin Club
1, 2: Music Appreciation Club 23 Social Dance Club
13 Class Officer 3. Secretaryg Student Council 2,
Representative3 Member of Hospitality Committee 43
National Honor Society 43 Y-Teens 1. 2, 3, 4, Chair-
man Service3 May Court 23 Homeroom Pres. 1. 3.
WARREN XV. fNlURItlSSl'l'1"l'l'i
"Slim" . . . Hzrnxz' 1'11r.v.' . . . Fllffill, up in 1'fl1gIi.s'l1
MAR IAN MYERS
Short hair . . . Him' aiul :wat . . . .v11'f'1'f
Spanish Club 43 Government Club 4, Office Assistant
23 Latin Club 1, 23 Music Appreciation Club 23 Social
Dance Club 13 Y-Teens 1, 2. 4.
l",DlVAllll lilti-XNKLIN NICXVSOKI
I'vI'l1lIlu' . . . 11l1c'11'1f.s' smiling . . . fllllf 1111i1'1' typr'
. . . .v1'1'n with iV1mrly
French Club 3, Sgt,-at-Arms3 History Club 4, Sgt.-
at-Arms3 Library Assistant 33 Junior Hi-Y 23 Stage
Crew 1. 2, 3. Sgt,-at-Arms 4.
lIl".ltBl",R'l' S'l'F.l'IIF,N NORTON
"SI1'1'i1-" .... w inging . . . fooiiulll . . . ruxlzing
History Club 3, Vice-Pres.3 Mongram Club 1BoysH 33
Forum and Debate Club 3, Pres.3 Audio-Visual Club
23 Public Speaking Club 33 Student Council 33
Executive Council of Student C. 33 Glee Club 3. 43
Hi-Y 1, 2. 3. Vice-Pres.3 Tennis Team 13 Football
Team 1. 2. 3. 43 Basketball Team 1. 2. 3, 43 Swim-
ming Team 33 Baseball Team 23 Operettas 3,
l",Yl".I,YN FAYE Ol.lVl",R.
"1"1111'i1',' . . . 1111111111 . . . Il 111111111 ll minuff' . .
full of fun . . . nm:-1' fnzwn
Spanish Club 3. 4. Sgt.-at-Arms3 Government Club 4,
Secretary3 English Club 2, Secretary 3, President
Good Listening Club 23 Psychology Club 43 Little
Theater 23 Student Council 13 Glee Club 1. 23 Hi-
Times Representative 33 Y-Teens 1, 2, 33 Sponsor for
Rocky Mount Operettas 1. 23 F.H.A. 13 Dec. Committee
for Junior-Senior and Ninth Grade DHDCSQ Corsage
Committee: Treasurer of Homeroom 33 Hospitality
u1,0Ilf'lIUU . . . vapx . . . jo11rl111li.vm 1111's
Spanish Club 2. 33 Government Club 33 Green Thumb
31 Music Appreciation Club 33 Forum and Debate
Club li Track Team 2.
CLASS OF 1952
N.II.S .... scatter brainf?j . . . f'rif'ndly .
Ffrench Club 3, 43 Government Club 4. Office As-
sistant 43 Latin Club 1, 23 Little Theater 3, 4, Presi-
dent3 Class Officer Treasurer 23 Executive Council of
Student C. 33 Social Standards Com. 43 National Hon-
or Society 43 Glee Club 23 Hi-Times Staff 1, 2, 3,
Program Chairman 4, Secretary: Girls' Athletic As-
sociation 23 Winged Words 4, Staff3 School Store 43
Vice-Pres, of Homeroom 4.
CONSTANCE ALICE PEARCE
"D.B." . . . Hobby .... Allways laughing .
1'y1flashr'.s' . . . ugly
Gillespie Park 13 Newspaper Staffg Cheerleader 13
Homeroom President 13 Superlative, Best Dressed
13 Spanish Club 2, 33 Government Club, President 33
English Club 23 Music Appreciation Club, Secretary
23 LATIPAC Staff 43 Hi-Times Staff 4.
Qulrf . . . Ill-Y . . . nlcr' . . . lJa.vL'1'ilJall
Spanish Club 3, 43 Government Club 4, Sgt.-at-Arms3
Industrial Arts Club 23 Good Listening Club 13 Hi-Y
43 Junior Hi-Y 1, 2, Sgt.-at-Arms.
Slim 'n' trim . . . nflluffetv . . . rlvpvrzzlalnlrr
Spanish Club 3, 43 Photography Club 43 Sewing Box
13 Music Appreciation Club 23 Glee Club 1, 23 Winged
Words 33 Operettas 1.
bfdllltlflll lzazr . . . 1J!lIT'Z, A111111 .... 9 Wu 'wlfh
Palsy . . . .s"zc'1'1't
French Club Program Committee 3, Secretary 43 Treas-
urer of French Conversation and Literature Club 43
Government Club, Clerk of House 43 International Re-
lations Club 43 Music Appreciation Club Secretary 13
Little Theater 3, 43 Student Council Hospitality
Committee: Glee Club 1, 2, 33 Y-Teens Civic Council
Representative 2, Y-Teens Treasurer 43 G.A.A. 23
Winged Words Corresponding Editor 43 Chorus of
gilding Down the Sky 13 Chorus of An Old Fashioned
' arm 2.
Gffmnefry TC'!I7'Tll'.S' . . . natural curls . . . szcfct
Psychology Club 23 Glee Club 1.
That laugh! . . . pretty clothes . . . r11l7l,8 chum
Spanish Club 3, 43 History Club 23 English Club 33
Psychology Club 23 Little Theater 33 Glee Club 43
Winged Words 3.
.IO ANNE POVVELI.
G.f1.lf1 .... red on the head . . . out-up . .
Spanish Club 3, 43 History Club 1, 23 English Club
33 Monogram Club iGirls3 3, 4, Treasurer, Vice-Presi-
dent: Forum and Debate Club 13 Band 2, 3, 43 Hi-
Times Staff 4, Reporterg Y-Teens 2.
MARION I.OIS I'RI'ISCO'I"l'
lV.II.S .... curls in rainy TL'l'llfht'l' . . , vjficirfzzl
. . . Gull..-I. IJI'l'SI!1I'llf
Spanish Club 3, 43 Office Assistant 3, 43 Latin Club
1, 2, Vice-President 1, President 23 Psychology Club
3, 43 Monogram Club 3, 43 Sociology Club 4. Presi-
dent3 Executive Council of Student Council: Social
Standards Committee 43 Nat.ional Honor Society 3. 43
Band 1, 2, 3. 43 Girls' Athletic Association 2, 3, 4, Sec-
retary 3. President 43 G.A.A. Basketball Team 2, 3. 4.
.IOIIN WIIIIAM RAGSIlAI.I'1
IIIIHIIIIUII zcorrirzv . . . 1I.Y'IfC'lIUl0gINf . . . .vllpfrinr
History Club 33 Government Club 43 English Club 33
Junior Science Club 13 Latin Club 2, 33 Little Theater
43 Future Business Leaders ol' America 33 Winged
Words 43 Plays 4.
ANN li RAVVLS
".lakr"' . . . r1',vf'r1'1'rl . . . Izrvlfy hair . , . poixf'
Spanish Club 3, 43 History Club 23 English Club 33
Little Theater 33 Glee Club 43 Hi-Times Representa-
tive 43 Girls' Athletic Association 23 Winged Words 3.
ALVIN DANNAIKAU R M ROBINSON
".'l.IJ." . . . Inflrr than mr' . . . nice 'zfofcf' . . .
English Club 1, 2, 33 Latin Club Pres. 2. 33 Social
Dance Club 13 Student Council Rep. 13 President of
Homeroom 43 Band 1, 2. 3, 43 Drum Major 4.
N.ll.S .... Sr. I'r1'.virl1'nt . . . llllfll u'ork1'r . . .
History Club 2, 33 Good Listening Club 1, 23 Latin
Club 1, 23 Senior President: Student Council 33 Execu-
tive Council of Student Council 43 National Honor
Society 3, 43 Service Club 43 Marshal 43 Hi-Times
Staff 4: Stage Crew 3, 43 Baseball Team tVarsity or
J.V.b 3. 4: Student Co-operative Committee 3. 43
Elections Committee 43 Social Standards Committee 33
Delegate to 1951 N. C. National Honor SOCietyQ Dele-
gate to 1951 Student Council Congress.
I,0'1'r'ly . . . 1"z'1'r'1fI1mfy'.9 frivnrl . . . .v7a'c'1'1 . . .
Spanish Club Pres. 3. Secy. 43 History Club 33 Office
Assistant 33 English Club 33 Good Listening Club 23
Latin Club Secy. l. 23 Music Appreciation Club 13
Social Dance Club 23 Student Council 1, 23 LATIPAC
Staff 35 Glee Club 2, 33 Hi-Times Rep. 33 Social Com..
Student Council 1.
N.II.H .... " ugly" ...I I 'rr'f'lrlf'.v . . 'niw'
. . . livfiy
Government Club Pres. 43 Latin Club Pres. 1, 23
Maintenance Club 1, 23 Monogram Club fBoysb 43
Student Council 43 Executive Council of Student C.
43 National Honor Society 3. 43 Service Club 43
Hi-Times Rep. 23 Hi-Times Staff 43 Junior Hi-Y 23
Stage Crew 3, 43 Golf Team 3.
Frirrulllq . . . 1ll'f.VUIlIIHfy IIIIIN . . . HSIIUTIIIIIIIU
. . . 1'1'r.w1fiIf'
French Club V.-Pres 3, Pres. 43 History Club 3, Office
Assistant 23 English Club 1. 2, 3, 43 Latin Club 1, 23
Psychology 23 Public Speaking Club 43 Executive
Council of Student C. 43 Student Council 43 Hi-Times
Rep. 3, 43 Hi-Times Staff 43 Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 43 Pres.
of Live Y'er 23 Girls' Athletic Association 43 Stage
Crew 2. 3, 4. Co-Chairman 43 Cheerleader 3, 4.
CLASS OE 1952
JOHN M. Slllililllili, JR.
That clrawl . . . "lint mtl" . . . lfrwr
Government Club 43 Current Science Club 13 Latin
Club 1, Secretary3 Psychology Club 43 Future Business
Leaders of America 23 Public Speaking Club 33
Football Team 13 Baseball Team 1.
Hl4lRl5llR'l' NICIIOLAS SIIIGARIN
"Nicki," . . . quifft
French Club 3, Sgt.-at-Armsg History Club 3, 43 Li-
brary Assistant 33 English Club 3, Secretary and
Presidentg Industrial Arts Club 43 Football Team, 1,
23 Basketball Team 1, 23 Baseball Team 1. 2.
DOROTHY l'lllIZAl3l'l'l'lI SMITH
N.U.S .... prvttly lmir . . . Il1'1Jl'lI!I!Illll' .
altvays rvrnrkirlfj . . . Galalzy
Future Teachers of America 13 Psychology Club 1.
23 Library Assistant 23 Student Council 2, 33 Make
Up Committee of Little Theater 3, 43 National Honor
Society 3, 4, Treasurer 43 Hi-Times Representative 43
Secretary of French Club 43 Clerk of Government
Club 43 Library Assistant 4.
CIIAHLPIS V. SMITH
"l"fmt.vi1"' . . . 1512" . . . l,01'r'r . . . gwiting mls
. . . smiling
English Club 1 2, 3, 43 Spanish Club 3. 43 Good Lis-
tening Club 23 Social Dance Club 13 LATIPAC Staff
43 Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 43 Manager Football Team 3.
DAVID F,lTGl".N li SMITII
Hsllllllllfv . . . I'vl'I'Ill'lIll' . . . vutlin'-up . . . guml
French Club 2, 3. President: Library Assistant 43
Good Listening Club 23 Seeretary3 Monogram Club
tBoysb 43 Social Science Club 33 Junior Hi-Y 23 Hi-
Y 43 Football Team 4. Varsity Football3 Treasurer ot'
Homeroom 43 Sgt.-at-Arms of Senior Class.
DONALD SM I'l'II
1,011 . . . 8l'l'lI with John . . . N LS- O
Government Club 13 Teen Age Book Club 23 Industrial
Arts Club 3, 43 Library Assistant 3, 4.
I,liMLTliI. II. SMITH
"Sl1orfit"' . . . nirf' .... v 1'1'n with Billy . . . 1,.I1.
Good Listening Club 1, 2: Glee Club 2. 33 J.V. Foot-
ball 23 Escort for May Court 23 Spanish Club 33
Varsity Football 3. 4.
Tlzirrl fingrr, left lzanrl . . . Julian . . . .vwcffft
. . . .vrmi with Pzfggy
English Club 1, 2, 33 Music Appreciation Club 13 Glee
Club 2, 3, 43 In Cast of Operettas 1. 2, Usher 43 Nose
for News Club 23 Vice-President of Spanish Club
3, in the Club 43 Little Theater 3, 43 Business Man-
ager on Hi-Times Staff 43 Y-Teens 1, 2, 33 Usher for
Men Are Like Street Cars 43 Sub-Freshmen Editor
of LATIPAC Staff 43 Hospitality Committee of Student
WAl,'l'l'llt ll. S'l'Al,l,lNtiS. JR.
"1f1ui1f'1f" .... N '1IIll"lj . . . quiwt Q??l . . . ,l111.vl'fr'.x'
Glee Club l, 33 J.V. Football Team 13 Varsity 23 Cast
of Operetta 13 Monogram Club 23 1Lived in Albe-
marle 1, 213 Government Club 4: International Re-
lations Club 43 Little Theater 4.
JAMICS SlIl",l,'l'ON S'l'ANl"OltlJ
l'ri.vr'illr1 . . . JI11111111 ..., N '.II.S .... 1'ff1'r'i1'11t
. . . j'1'if'11rfl'1f
Music Appreciation Club l3 Secretary of Audio-Visual
Club lg Glee Club l. 3. 43 Cast ot' Operettas 13 Presi-
dent of Latin Club 2. in the Club 33 Student Council
23 National Honor Society 3, President 43 Stage Crew
3, 43 Chairman of Sports Committee of Student
"T011I.vi1"' . . . Staff' . . . "ll'.T." . . flllklllg
. . . 1111-11 fl'0ll1Jl1'.V
Latin I, 23 Future 'Teachers ot' America 13 Y-Teens
1, 2, 3. 43 English Club 2. 3, 4, Secretary 3: Glee Club
2, 3, 43 Government Club 43 Treasurer of Lit.tle The-
XVI l,I,lAM DAVID S'l'A'l'ON
fvllfflllfl up . . . !'IIl'c?D . . . UlllTt'I'U
Good Listening Club l. 23 Glee Club 2. 33 Junior
Hi-Y 23 Swimming Team 2. 3, 43 Psychology Club 3. 4.
l,l'iONlll.XS llAi'US'l'.3X S'l'l'll'lll".NSON
lirnin . . . fluivl and inicr'
Government Club 43 English Club 33 Jr. Science Club
13 Latin Club l, 2, Upper' Science Club 2: Swimming
Team 33 Elections Committee 4.
TOMMY STH lt'Kl,AN ll
T1111111111 , . . ,Illll!'11.If . . . "T1'1'11m" . . . l1111-L'.vIr1g1'-
French Club 3, 43 History Club 43 Government Club
43 Treas. English Club 13 Latin Club Vice-Pres. 1. 23
Little Theater 33 Public Speaking Club 43 Student
Council 1, 23 Hi-Times Rep. 13 Stage Crew 2, 3. 43
J.V. Football Team 23 J,V. Basketball Team 2.
PICISGY ltl"l'Il SUCQG
lirahrznz . . . gigglvx . . . clnflzcxv with clzixx . . .
Spanish Club 3, 43 History Club 33 English Club 1, 2,
33 Music Appreciation Club 23 Little Theater 3, 43
Forum and Debate Club 13 LATIPAC Staff 43 Glee Club
1. 2, 33 Y-Teens l. 2, 3, 43 Plays Usher for Men Are
Like Street Cars Operettas l, 23 Hospitality Com-
mittee for Student Council 4.
l5li'l'SY AX N li SYVAIN
t'ra:y . . . "t'111'l.1f" . . . 1flIH.V'If . . . f'z'f'1'.1f1u1fl.1f.s'
English Club l. 2. 3, 43 French Club 1, 2, Secretary
3. Vice-President. 43 Teen Age Book Club 2, Treasurer3
Little Theater 3, Vice-President Student Council Rep-
resentative 43 Student Co-operative Committee 43 Hos-
pitality Committee 43 Corsage Committee for Student
Council 43 Y-Teens 1. 2. 3, 43 Stage Crew 3, 43 At-
tendant for May Court 23 Treasurer of Senior
CLASS OF 1952
ANNIE MARGARl'l'l' SVVAIN
"Annie" . . . Jimmy . . . I,1'az'hif' . . . Nom' for
Spanish Club Secretary 3, 45 History Club 35 Govern-
ment Club tCivicsD V.-P. 25 Photography Club Secre-
tary 25 Good Listening Club 25 Music Appreciation
Club 15 LATIPAC Staff 45 Glee Club 1, 2, 45 Hi-Times
Representative 3. 45 Y-Teens 1. 2, 35 Newspaper Re-
porters 35 Operettas 1, 25 Secretary of Homeroom 2.
Ilalf the twins . . . Billy . . . pretty as a picture'
French Club 35 Government Club 45 Office Assistant
45 English Club 1, 2, 3. 45 Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 45 Y-
Teens 15 Girls' Athletic Association 1, 25 Operettas 1.
S'zc'r'r't "nf friendly . . . Doris' chum . . . the other
Government Club 45 Office Assistant 35 English Club
1, 2, 3, 45 Teen Age Book Club 25 Little Theater 45
Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 45 Y-Teens 15 Operettas 15 President
of Homeroom 15 Secretary of Dramatics Class 4,
VVOODROXV TAYLOR TUCKIQR
Typing troubles! . . . curly 011fl'ltl8ll!?S.' . . . quivt,
but nice! . . . "IVoo1Iy"
Spanish Club 35 Music Appreciation Club 2: Social
Dance Club 15 Hi-Times Representative 25 President
of Class 1.
ICRNICST l"l,l'lTClll'llt UPCIIURCII
"Goochi1f" .... 9 hater . . . 7lIl'SSl7l' arouml
Current Science Club 25 Music Appreciation Club 15
Monogram Club 45 Public Speaking Club 35 Basketball
J.V. 25 Track Team 3.
JACK B. UPCHURCH
Nice . . . Spanish worries . . . gettin' in trouble
Spanish Club 3, 45 Music Appreciation Club 25 Band,
Pontiac . . . fl'I1f'Sf of fri1'n1l.v . . . pompairlor . .
always willing to work
Monogram Club 3, 45 Little Theater 3, 45 President ot'
Class 35 Parliamentarian 45 Chairman of House and
Grounds in Student Council 45 Sport Staff of LATI-
PAC Staff 45 Service Club 45 Glee Club 15 Sports Editor
of Hi-Times Staff 45 Hi-Y 35 Junior Civic Council
Rep. 45 Swimming Team 2, 3, Co-Captain 45 Hi-Y
Minstrel 3, 45 Key Club 3, President of Key Club 4.
MARIANA VVARH lVAI,Kl4ZR
Frcvklcs . . . xwrwt . . . friwvldly
Spanish Club 3, 45 History Club Secretary 35 Library
Assistant 25 Junior Science Club 15 Teen Age Book
Club 25 Social Dance Club 25 Hi-Times Representative
35 Hi-Times Staff 35 Y-Teens 1, 2, 35 Future Home-
makers of America Treasurer 1.
L pl 1
RAY JOHNSON lVAl,l.ACl'1
Brain . . . Georgia . . . accent
M l'lI.l3A AN N NVHBB
1fIl1H'I'f .... v wen with ,Inna film'
Spanish Club 3, 43 Government. Club 33 Music Ap-
preciation Club 33 Glee Club 3, 43 Henderson: French
Club 2. Vice-Pres.3 Monogram Club 1GirlsJ 23 Little
Theater 23 Glee Club 1, 23 Girls' Athletic Association
23 Cheerleader 1. 2.
ICSIILY J I-BAN YVEEBIS
"JIunL"' . . . clofllruv . . . ",llnIassa's" . . . 'llc"!lf
. . . good lrmkivzg
Spanish Club 33 History Club 3, Pres. and Sec.3 Camera
Club 23 Little Theater 3, 4, Vice-Pres.3 Social Dance
Club lj Student Council 2. Alternate Rep.3 Hi-Times
Staff 3, 4, Asst. Advertising3 Y-Teens 13 Decorating
Jr.-Sr. Dance Committee 3.
SllIlil.F.Y ANN YVIIITE
Spalzish rcrzrrivx . . . .VTl'1'I'f . . . quiet
Spanish Club 3, 43 History Club 43 Civic Club 13
Office Assistant 33 Latin Club 1, 23 Music Appreciation
Club 13 Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 43 Glee Club 23 Y-Teens 1.
2, 3, 43 Girls' Athletic Association 2, 3, 43 Winged
Words 4: Mizpah Devotional Club l, 2, 3, 4.
SARAH l.I N COLM Wlll'l"l'I ICR
Slwrtfzvi mn' .... v lzzmhvr pariifnv . . . "l'1111vhy"
French Club 2. 3. 4, Secretaryg History Club 43 Civics
Club 13 English Club 33 Latin Club 1. 2, Treasurer:
Music Appreciation Club 13 Little Theater 3. 43 Glee
Club 3, 43 Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 43 Girls' Athletic Associa-
tion 23 Winged Words 4.
TIIOMAS liOYS'l'l'1lt YVILLIAMSON
"lia'Imp" . . . cat clr11l1f'.v . . . jitivrlmg . .
Green Thumb 23 Junior Science Club 13 Little The-
ater 43 Student Council 1, 43 Executive Council of
Student C. 2, 43 LATIPAC Staff 43 Service Club3 Band
43 Glee Club 13 Hi-Times Representative 1. 2. 3, 43
Swimming Team 4.
OLIVE PITTMAN YVORTII
Swwf . . . ul'0IllIfl"lf,, . . . 1'.U .... flwpelzdalilc
French Club 3, 43 History Club 13 Civics Club 13
Latin Club 1, Treasurer 23 Little Theater 3, 43
Social Dance Club 13 Student Council 23 Golden Mas-
quers 43 Glee Club 2. 3, 43 Y-Teens 1. 2, 3, 43
Girls' Athletic Association 23 Plays 33 Baby Sitter,
43 Student Director of Men Are Like Street Cars.
J OH N NV RAY
lvllllfllllll . . . Spanish rcorrirzv . . . Turkey
Spanish Club 3. 4, Pres.3 History Club 2, 33 English
Club 1, 3. 43 Photography Club 2, Sec.3 Monogram
Club Boys! 3, 43 Forum and Debate Club 13 Band 1,
23 Hi-Y 43 J.V. Football Team 23 Varsity 3. 43 Track
Team 3. 43 Newspaper Reporter 33 Plays 3.
".lanif',' . . Hzosv 1"1fz'.v . . . full of fun .
parties . . . 1'f1111'if:
Spanish Club 3, Secretary 43 Library Assistant 23
Sewing Box Club 23 Latin Club 1, 23 Teen Age Book
Club 23 Y-Teens 1, 2, 3: Decoration Committee for
Jr.-Sr. 33 Student Council Sports Committee 43 Home-
room Treasurer 4.
CLASS OF 1952
JVNIUR CLASS UFFIUERS. Swafwrl, lwff In iriyhf: Rivlmrrl Pinclc-ll, lizirliziru Fliiircliill, Ira llzurdy, Eclgrur
l"islu-r. SM:m'iuy: Don Kirliy, Mr. Milvlwll,
'l'l1Q Junior Vlziss vloclorl ns its lczulcrs
for llic year: liflgzir Fislmcr, president,
Rick Pimlc-ll, YlCC-IJl'CSlll0IllI, l32ll'll2ll'?l
Cliurcliill, secretary: Ira Hardy, 'l'l'C21S-
urorg Donzilcl Kirby, scsi1'gcm1'c-at-:i1'1iis1
:incl Donzilcl lllillcr, P2ll'll2UIlCllt2ll'l2lll. llr.
lllilclicll was the class zulviscr.
Tlircc of H10 main projccts of llio class
were selling slurlvnf plionc- books, sm-lling
drinks :it all scliool functions, and selling
Illf1,QZlZll1C sulmscriplions. 'l'l10 main event
of llio your was llic Junior-Sc-nim' Prom.
Karon Jenson, l,0Dz1rc Hursl. .loc
lloocly, :incl 'l'onnny Newton scrvofl as
inzwslials from tlic .junior class.
Firxl rrm' :
Alu-rmitliy. .lolin Clifford
Ali. .lzifzir Alimzull
Amlrm-ws. l'lI'2lIll'0S Mario
Artlillr. l"lllZ!llXl'tll Luc
Avviit. Robert Ray
Ayilli-tt, Abner I,Illll'Clli'i'. Jr.
Bezity. YVillizim Dick
Briggs. lrlvclyn Stom'
Brown. lictty Cirvy
Brown. Hilnzi Fziyi'
lgI'0XVlllllQI. .loliii liolwrt
llrymi. llorotliy .lm-1111
llullurcl. licrnin' lfroust
Bull. l"ldVV2lTd Kcstlvr
liisliop, .lanic-0 Ruby
Bowen. Mary llilnn
Bowling, Nellie .lnnv
liruilforil. Sarah G.
Bzirlwr. .loan C':1mill:1
Bynum, James .lorrlun
Byrd. l':1trivi:1 Amie
Bntcs. Alfrcrl Hilwzird
Cziliipln-ll. Gillwrt B.
Uarlton, Peggy .l.
Carroll. Otis VV:ir4l
Qirtcr. Mary li.
Caveness. Shirley R.
Coll, Jack VV.
Chesson, Marion R.
Cllurcllill, Barbara L.
Clark, R. Louise
Cline, Robert C.
Culbreth, Olga Marcie
Dawkins, Janice Anne
Dick, Margaret McDowell
Duster, Bobby Neal
Dunn, George Robert
Elkins, Betty Jean
Clement, Betty J.
Clements, Nelda M.
Cooper, Alice C.
Covington. vvillilllll H.
Cox, Sue Carolyn
Crisp, VVilliam F.
Cross. Diary Helen
Bury, Ann Carolyn
Fousliee, .lean Courtney
George, Patsy Anne
Glover, Malvin Lee
Godwin, VVortl1 L.
Goodwin, Megan L.
Griffin, Margaret L.
Griffith. Angela K.
Grover, Elliot B.. Jr
Howell. Joyace A.
Hurst. L. Le Dare
Jones, Shirley Ann
Joslin, Ivan L.
Second row :
Hall, Paul N.
Hardy, Ira N.
Henson, Harvey B.
Hilliard, Peggy B.
Hitchcock. Don F.
Hodge, Shirley J.
Jones, Jean Allen
Jones, Glenn Clark
Jones, George Hdwa rd
Jeffrey, Charles Frank
James, Marian A.
Jackson, Patsy R.
Juvl-zson, Harry R.
.l0llllS0ll, Imnnox I.
Knrvvcr. Roy Monrom
M cfm ry . B stty .l can
Lassiter. H. J.
Lzlssitcr. liolwrt l".
Lloyd, Betty Carol
Lloyd, Betsy cltlflil
Fourth row :
Ni-lson. Yvinky La
lhillips. Ncttic Suu
Pindi-ll. Rll'll1lYll JA
Srvo II 11 row:
Parka-r, Shirley Min
PPIIIIUY. Alma Ann
P riclgvn, LCC
Stephenson, Betty .lane
Voorhees, Diary Alys
Williams, Mary Page
Williams, Verna Lee
Irfl fu riylll: l.1-mum-I Jvnkins. .lx-rrv Pzlrkvr. Mr. lluwzlrrl, lgl'I'lllil .lulm
'lllll' Sopllmnoro vlzxss of 1951-52 clue-tml
mv following as its lvzlclvrs: Clmx-les Morris,
l l'l'Sllll'llll Millrm l'l:1.x'nvs, xvll'C-lll'CSlflClll1
lin-1"fl1:L Jolmson. S0l'l'l'l'2ll'.Yl fll'l'l'0 l'zu'k01',
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mn, Milton llnynvs, Flmrln-s Murriff.
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Allen. lievely Barnes. Molly Blaeliwell. Jolln
Anderson. Carolyn Bziucom. IAEIIIUIIII Blackwood, David
Anderson. Jimmie Beasley, B. F.. Jr. Blaloek, Robert
Anderson. Dianne Bell. John Bone, Arthur
Andrews. Jerry Bennett, Joe Bostian, Gene
Britt, Mary Lou
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' , X First row:
XL Champinan, Bobby
C ioate, Connie
'. f X lark, Barbara
H fClement, Mary Jane
ri tingham, Charles
R01 J! Copley, Tounnie
A , Donald
f K Fourth row:
Ellis, Larry Lee
' ' Elliason, Diana
Crater, Julia Ann
Davis, Sarah Jean
Third rorc' :
Robin Dorris. Ann M
Elliott, Erie D
Folk, Frances E.
Foskey, Kay Jane
Fox, Peggy Ann
Garner, Peggy Ann
Gaskill, Carolyn Drue
Gibson, Earl Foster
Giles, Yvallace Lee Harrill, James VV.
Gooch, Fred Douglas Harris. Leon Spence
Graham, Alina Eleanor Harrison, Kathryn Anne
Green, Carolyn Ann Hartzog, Gerry
Gray, Betty Rouse Hartsock, Kathleen Elizabeth
Gullette, Sarah Chalnrey Haynes, Alfred Milton
Gupton, Catherine Frances Henson, Margaret Anne
Hardy, Katheyn Anne Hester, Eleanor Cuthrell
Fourfh row :
Huskin, Joyce Elizabeth Johnson,
Ingle, Patricia Johnson,
Ives, Sally Jolmson,
Jarman, Laura Jolmson,
Jones, Danny Johnson,
Jones, Gordon Jenkins,
Fifth row :
Hicks, Boyd Bernard
Hodges, H. Wallace
Hollowell, Virginia Ann
Hood, Betty Clark
Howard, Richard Onslow
Howell, Wiley Eugene
Hunter, Jimmy Pickle
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McLean, Anna Maria
Moore. Betty Carol
Moore. Patricia Ann
Palmer, Art Randolph
Paris, Neal L.
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llvarson. lilsie May
Peebles. Julian D.
Perry. Donald G.
Peterson. Martin H.
Phelps. lVilli:nn YV.
SPFUIIII rare: Third row:
Powell. lvilliain Lee Richardson. Katie
Pressly. Dorothy Ritchie. Jennie
Purrington. Nella Robinson, Robert I..
Quarles. Rflflillll Robinson. Sue lfranm-s
Rawls. Carolyn ltaper. l.ouise
Raynor. Mary Alice Rhoney, liohert
Rvaves. Dale Rothstein. Gilhert
Rhodes, Charles Rowland. .lean I
Four! h row:
Roy. Donald Henry
Sanderson. .lo Ann
Saparilas. Chris Nick
Sasser, Dorothy I..
Satterfleld. Benton Sapp
Scott. Barbara Ann
Sessoms, Bohhy Lee
Sharpe. Susan Herring
Sink. Joanne Elizabeth
Slater, Betty Sue
Smith, Alice R.
Smith. Joanne Deloris
Steele, Edward Beeson
Stephenson, Rohert Rex
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5 T K
Stephenson, Joyce hlarie
Stone, Sarah Elihaheth
Suiter, William O.
Taylor, Donnie M.
Tharington, Eddie B.
Thompson, Betty F.
Thompson Eugene E.
Thompson, Vvilliaxn T.
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U uart, 1n1a
L 'arne ilaurice
V n, Joyce
Fourth row :
Whitehead, Mary Ann
Wilson, Nancy Lou
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Left to right: Mr. Smith, Lynn Courtney, Boh Alphin, Marjorie Linzey, Rieliarcl Hay, Van Fulton.
we 31 Es
Freshman Class P , Q- .
The Freshman class elected oflicers as
follows: Bob Alphin, Presidentg Van Cul-
ton, vice-presidentg Lynne Courtney,
seeretnryg RIa1'.jorie Linzey, treasurerg
Richard Ray, SCI'gC2Illt-2lt'2ll'lllS. Mr. Nor-
wood Smith was the adviser.
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There were two projects carried on
during the year. Une to raise money for
the class and the other :L service project
for the school. The main event was the
spring dance held in April.
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Frazier, Sammy Kindly
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Harmon, Betty l elms, Henry ' ll' Holleman, Jerry
Harper, Eddie Herndon, lfyron ,,,,i,ll' 3f'XHolt , Johnny
Harris, Carolyn Herring, Mary Sue 'J JN x , Horwitz, Burton
Harrison, Bobby Hester, Ginger XM-5 .55 Howe, Duane - 'Y
Harrison, Dickie Hibbard, Bob Hudson, Neil A'
Hatcher, Kiln Q Hitchcock, Billy .3 W Hull, Ben -X J,
Hayes, David Hilliard, Angela Huscin, Faiz .. - .NJ-X"
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Johnson, Randolph 'ff Lehew, Dorothy
Jones, Jerry. fd f, 6 JPY Leach, Jean. ,
Jones, Morris SX Qs Lmsey, BIHTJOFIC
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Kendall. .lohn Strayhornc
Kershaw. Nell Victoria
Kilpatric. Sylvia Ann
King. Roht. R. H.
King. Ralph Merton
Kirkland, James Bryant
Macon. llary Lou
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Merritt, Samuel Moore. Alexander Ross
lt' X Miller. Hal hlorgan. William Victor , I k.
, t Mintz, Colon Shaw -kpgn na' Morris, Barbara rljhl 'N
C' , Mitchell. Howard 851, IT., W Mountcastle, Marian fl ni
if' N Mitchell, James ' I Mumford, Nancy , dj , W
K9 yy Mitchel-1, Sonya ' Mundy, Phyllis ' f, .
U 5 tg, Nfontague, Edna Myers, Carolyn :if L A
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, Nielsen, Michael J. Norris, Jessie Allen Pearce, Sammy y' l
K Nelson, Patricia Park, Richard Pearson, Catherine ff! ,
X- ' ' . Ai - fNewberne. Elinor Dare Park, Margaret Peterson. Susanne 1" 4-sf '
' n' sr' Newell, Kathleen Parker, Bob Phillips, Kitty Ann
' " Newton, Jackie Lou Paris, Margaret Phillips, Jack "'fF,'1
t Nichols, Durwood Parrish, Frances Phyler, Joan 'R
-' QNiCll0lS0ll. Sarah Jane Paschall, Barbara Porter, James
I " Niwiison, Arthur Edward Pearce, Ann Pratt, Janet 1
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' . Prickett, Ethelyn Ridgeway, li 51
' U . '. 4' Prickett, Saralyn Robinson, Burton 6
f" 5 Purcell, Betsy Rollins, Bruce Q '
' QL Renfrew, Katherine Rouse. Hyman '
Rhodes, John Roy. Ronnie
' ' Rice, Dewitt Ruark, Sarah gf
Rice, Janet Russell, Charles
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Raines, Barbara ,L ' Sanders, Doris Ann Smith, Phil 0 .
Raper, Lois - ' Sanders, Johnny Slmits, Zigrida
Raper. Marilyn Shanklin, Jule ln ' 5 ' llings, Kenneth
Raper Sidney Shoffner, Bobbyky V V If amey, Nicki
Ray, Richard Sink, Robert Starnes, Margaret R.
' Reavis. Charles Sloan, Ann Mf 9 Stevens, Nancy J.
Rcebals. James Small, Donald I Stephenson, llavicl
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Stone, Tommy 151' lf' P"""Jiidell, Vvinfield up
Streb, Bart gg, ffzf Taylor John
Strobel, Roger 'J 'X ATeal, lilartha yi J
l Strong, Billy 7 af.,-Q, .' harrington, Harold
' Sullivan, Peggy . ' A Thomas, James E.
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Tolar, Gray VV:1ll. .linnnie W'ing, Cynthia
Tripp, Joanne V
Turlington, Lynda Q?
Turner, F. Vance
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lmff fo riylll: Lou Davis, Helen Arendell, Gray Pool, XVhirley Huxley, Bobby Asher.
The sub-freshmen eleetecl 1Vhi1'ley Box-
ley as their president for the 1951-1952
term. The other officers were: Bobby
Asher, vice-p1'eside11tg Helen :xl'CllilCll,
seerefuryg Lou Davis, fl'CZlSU1'C1'Q and
Gray Poole, SCl'g02llIt-211-Zll'lIlS. 1NI1's. Pot-
ter was mzule zulviser in Jilllllklfy, and the
o1'ga11izz1tion:1l meeting was helcl Then-
The eighth grade eouneil was composed
of the officers, the zulviser, and the follow-
ing 1'Cpl'CSOIltZltlVCS from The homerooms:
Ha.1'1'iet Habel, 111111121 lNIeGee, David
Parker, Amy 1Va1'ne1', and Bobby Noble.
First row: Second row: Third row:
Adams, Maynard B. Asher, Robt. D., II Bassler, Melissa
Agsten, Jane Austin, Sheldon C. Bates, Sylvia K.
Albright, Carolyn Babb, Robt. A. Beam, Anne
Allen, Williani G. Bacon, Betty Sue Bernstein, Morris
Allsbrook, Reggie Bailey, Anne Betts, James A.
Anderson. Anne Baker, I. V., Jr. Beverly, Sarah
Anderson, David Barden, Betsy Rand Bowden, Thomas E.
Arendell, Helen Barnes, Jimmy Boxley, VVhirley Clivie
Brady, John R.
Britton, Mar ' W.
Browning, Donald B.
Byrd, Gloria D.
Caldwell, Ann M.
Carson, Carol A.
Carson, Carol J.
Capps, Shirley Nay
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Cox, P. D.
Crosby, Roddie Lee
Daniels, Mary Cleves
Davis, Betsy Lynn
Davis, Mary Mac
Dixon, Walter Reg.
Edmonds, Mary Catherine
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Jones, Barbara Keller, Judy
Jones, Billy Kelly, Martha
Jones, Carolyn li. Kelly. Mary
Lineherger, Mary Louise
Mayo, Bobby L.
Kennedy, Jimmy H.
Kennedy, Jimmie M.
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Minis, Vllilliam R.
Minis, Charles H.
Minter, John D.
Moore, Betty Lou
Moore. June H.
lllorgan, James Lee
Morse, Catherine E.
Nludge, Harley L., .lr
Nehns, Margaret Ann
Nylund, Nancy E.
Olive, Fred A.
Orders, VVilliarp CBillj
Page, Norris N.
Fourih row :
Parker, Frank VV.
Parker, Mary Gilmour
Patton, Elaine S.
Peden, Melissa A.
Phillips, Mary Ann
Parker David N
Powers, Mary Miller
I"0ur1h rorc' .'
Svvou 11 ron' .'
Richardson. Rose Marie
Rogers, Lois Ellen
Simons. Martha A.
Starling. Nlary R utll
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Imfl lo riluhf. xlrulrlilly: Verne Cavincss, .lcssc Fliappel, Hill Dozicr.Srfnlwi',' Bolmliy Ciadcly and Caroline liickctt.
ln tlic spring of 1951 tlic Student Council
licgan preparing for the 1951-1952 season.
Ullicers were electccl and committees appointeml.
lloliliy Caddy was elected president on nomi-
nations and tlie following ofliccrs were elected
in tlic 1"ll1lA0l'l.SI .lessc Cliappell. Vice-presitlentg
faroline lliclcett. secretary: and Verne Cavi-
ncss. Sl'1'gIl'Jllltilt-2lI'11lS. A faculty committee
appointed liilly llozicr treasurer and manager
of tlie scliool store. 'l'lic olticers and appointed
committees were soon installed witli eacli mem-
liei' of tlie executive council of tlic previous
year summarizing liis cluty anrl introducing liis
'lllll' Stuclcnt Clouneil started inaliing its plans
for tlie new year in late August before scliool
began liy liaving an cxceutive council mcetingg
aiul also potted plants of welcome for :ill tlic
tcaclicrs were placed in the rooms lmy tlic
llospitality Committee on tlic first clay of
By latc Scptcnilicr tllc Student Council liacl
given a welcome party to tlu- eigjlitli grade and
llad sponsorcil tlic successful 1l1'lVi' of tlle sell-
ing of atliletic season tickets.
A clean-up campaign. tlie selling of Ili-Times
Vovcrs. a cafeteria good-coinliict clrivc. anil tllc
sponsoring of tlic many festivities of llomc-
coming made interesting projects in Octolier.
November anrl Dccenilier were tlie montlis
tliat one of the niajor projects of the Founcil
was accomplisliccl. 'l'llis was tlie issuing to tlie
stuclents of the Student Council Evaluation
Ballot on wliicli tlicy could criticize tlicir foun-
1-il. Tlicsc ballots gave to cacli student tlie
opportunity to liave a voice in liis government.
'l'lic results were excellent and proved to tlic
Council tliat the students were capalilc of many
responsilxilitics. Also during llccemlicr a lioli-
rlay clean-up campaign was sponsored and a
gay Cliristmas llancc licld that increased the
intercst alul cntliusiasm of all.
After tlie lioliclays were over tlie founcil
sponsorccl a Student-Faculty llaskctliall Gann-
wliicli was enjoyed liy everyone.
During tlie year many otlicr projects were
sponsored liy tlle Council tliat few stiulcnts
recognized. Some of tliese were: 'l'lie Charter-
ing of luiscs to atlilctic games. tlll' assembly
programs. the scliool store, tllc sponsoring of
elections. tlie student tcleplionc. and many
alaily tliings tliat were taken for grant:-ml. ln
conclusion tlie Student Uouncil is an organiza-
tion wliicli is essential to Broughton and wliicli
is responsilmlc for tllc many pleasures wc. tllc
Student Council Representatives
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Jlvmlnfrs: Faye Arnold, Billy Beaty, Carolyn Biekett, John Blackwell, Billy Briekhouse, Gloria Byrd, tileanor
Byrd, Verne Caviness, Jesse Chappell, Barbara Clark, James Davis, Billy Uoxier, Mary lfllkins, Donna lflllington,
lileanor Evans, Gary l"isher, Robin Fuller, Bobby Gaddy, John Goodman, Nelson Griee, Angela Gritlith, Arlene
flriset, Joann llaley, llarvey Henson, Ginger Hester, Angela Hilliard, Betty Hood, David llostetler, .linnny
Jeffries, Karen Jenson, Charles Johnson, Dot Jones, Bobby Liles, llelen Maynard, Jo Ann Meaehani, Ned Meek-
ins, Charles Miller, Carolyn Myers, Neil Mel,eod, Margaret Paris, Jerry Parker, Barbara Pasehall, Fonnie Pieree,
Linda Piland, Jaek Pindell, Riehard Pindell, Miriam Quarles, Catherine Renfrew, Clyde Robinson, Billy Russ,
Naney Shankle, Susan Sharpe, Ann Shaw, .linnny Stanford, Betty Stevinson, Peggy Sullivan, Betsy Swain, Leo
Thoinpson, Robert Tyson, Burt Veasey, Frank XVall, Jane XVayburn, Tonnny NVilliainson.
Student Council Committees
ational Honor Societ
Imfl lo riyhl: llill Realty, Juniee Bishop, Marilyn liridgers, Mary Carter, Verne Cuviness, Robin Fuller, Holilmv
hzulcly, lluvul llosleller, lX1lI'l'll Jensen, Neill MeI.eozl, Helen lVlziynurcl, Louisa Morale
l,ois l'reseoH, Clyde Robinson, llill Russ, Helly Snlilli, Jimmy Stanford, June Viek.
eui, Patsy l,4llllS0ll, Marion
Spring: Mc-lnlwers fNof Pliotogrzlpliedj: Ann XVodwnrd. lfllimbelli Floyd. l,ind:i Piluncl. Marion fliesson, Dueoshi
Stephenson and Fred Powledgre.
Meinlmers of the National Honor Society
were eliosen on llle lmsis of seliolursliip,
lCEllll'l'SllllJ, Cll2ll'2lCtCl', Zlllil service. Uflieers
of flue Bronglifon l'l1zip'fer for 'Elie fall
fern: were Jinnny Sl2llll.0l'4l, presiclenlg
Billy Russ, viee-presiclenfg lxI2ll'l0Il l.ois
Preseoli, seereluryg and Belly Slllllll,
lreasnrer. Uflieers eleelefl for flue spring
lerin were Ulycle Robinson, presiclenlg
Dnvicl Hosleller, viee-presiclenl: Marilyn
Briclgers, seere'fzn'yg Palsy l,2llllSUll, ll'CilS-
Ollier nienilmers were Rollin Fuller,
David Hosfeller, Louisa Morrleeui, Janiee
Risllop, Bill Beaty, Karen Jensen, Jane
Viek, Neil llIel.eorl, and Helen lllzlynnrcl.
Tlie long range serviee project of tlle
Society is to lizlve lIlCllllDCl'S working in
flie office every morning lmefore seliool.
In llle spring six were tapped info 'tlle
lmff Io right: llill Russ, Bobby llollis, lim-rt Yeuzey, 'l'ookic Deseru, Verne Cziviuess, Billy Dozicr, Ernest Jormluu.
Alialzl liilI'll0itl', liobiu lfuller, 'l'ouuuy VVillizliusou, Mary Chappell, Fllezauor Byrd. l.enorc Green, Clyde liolviu-
son. :mil llolvby Gmlily.
l'r1'sirlenf .... . . .Tooiiirz lJi1:sif:uN
Vi:-1'-I'r1'.vi1I1'11f. . . . .ISILLY lloziicu
Sl'!'I'l'f!II"lf'7lI'1'!l-YllI'l'I'. . . . . .MARY CIIAPPELL
Sergemzf-at-,lrnzx. . . .lloixiw HOLLIS
'lllie Service Club was orgzinizecl by
tlie Stuclent Council to give recognition
to stuclents wlio lnul clone outstzinrling
work :incl lizul not been recognized for it.
'l'liese students clirl voluntary work for
tlie Student Council, oflice, publications,
and closs. livery stuclent and tezielier luis
the privilege of nominating soiueone for
tlie Service Club. A ineeting is lielcl to
cliscuss eucli czuirliclzite :intl tlien vote on
tlieni. A unziniiuous vote nuist be receiverl
in orcler to be zuluiittecl into tlie club.
The Service Club liolcls two ceremonies
before tlie student body, one in tlie full
for seniors only, :incl one in tlie spring
for juniors witli not niore tlnin two seniors
being incluetecl. Tlie iueiubersliip never
exeeefls 25. Tlie nzuues of tlie new uieiu-
liers are not revealecl until tlie progrzuu
wlien tlie nzune czircls are unfolclecl by
present iueiubers. As the spotliglit bezuus
on tlie neuue, tlie stuclent goes to tlie stage
and ai suuunury of liis service to tlie scliool
'l'he literary Magazine, Uvillfjffl lVor11s,
was first. begun last year on the basis that
all publications were to be completely
original. Proudly, we sent many of our
first issues to schools in other states. From
these schools, we received much praise and
in the spring of last year, lVingcd lVor1I.v
was on display in the library of Columbia
This year, under the direction of editor
Roberta Dixon and writing editor, Susan
Hayes, the staff began early in the fall to
read and 1'eread manuscripts. llleanwhile
art editor, 'l'ommie lvilliamson, was de-
signing the cover for the magazine, niueli
work was being done by publicity editor,
Anita l"letcher, and corresponding editor,
Linda Piland was busy answering letters
from places as distant as Japan, request-
ing copies of the magazine. After the
manuscripts were selected, they were sent
to Alida Barnett for typing and to Kath-
leen Matthews for proofreading. Our
layout editor was Marlyn Bridges and
our Business lllanager was Pat Furlong.
After the work was completed the first
issue was sent to press with plans for it
to be ready to be distributed by the middle
lve are, indeed proud of our original
student literary magazine which this year
received National acclaim by the maga-
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tion ot' Aliflzi lizirnette eclitor, tions, tlle supporting stnlt' Sngg soplioniore eclitors l'lllen
Mairtlm Bsirlmer business man- was eliosen. Marcin McKee- Bonner was .joke erlitor. l':xt
zxger, :incl tlie 2LIJp0lIll'lllCIll of nmn and Rolmin Fuller were lilclriclge was :ippointecl sports
Shirley Merriman :ulvertising appointed eo-senior eclitors eclitor. 'l'lie staff wishes to
IIIIIIIEIQCI' work was begun on :intl wrote tlle "Senior Story." tlninlx tlle IIlL'llllJl'l'S of Qiournnl-
tlie l95l-592 edition of tlie .lzlcliie Moore was 'innior ecliv :intl typing classes wlio flifl
Sealed: .Ioyee Ellen, Doris Dozier, Robin Fuller. Sfr1ruliny.' .lo Ann Meuelmlll
lllllClI to lielp in tlie IllllJllC2l-
tion of our zinnuul.
l'ietures of tlie juniors :incl
seniors were taken by XXvZlllL'l'
:incl Slllltll. The unclereluss-
IIICIISS pietures were taken by
Delinzu' Sturlio of flizirlotte.
Maury of tlie otlier lmietures
were taken by IA'0ll2ll'il Kzuns-
Shirley Nlerrinuin :incl lier
:ulvertising stall' luul :ln even
niore cliflieult .ioli getting :uls
tllis -Vezir witli ai new ruling'
from tlle Merelmnt's Blll'C21ll
to nizilie mlonzitions instezul ot'
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going auls. llns inzule it
neeessziry to visit inuny niore
lmusiness hrnis in orrler to
nieet our zulvertising quota.
In tlieir Novenilier eluss
meeting tlie seniors voterl to
flefliezite tlie l,.x'1'll',xc' to Hr.
Joseph Q. llolicluy :intl Mr.
lV:llter J. Galle.
'l'lie tinle spent writing
zirtieles, taking pliotogrnplis,
:intl eolleeting zuls took tlie
few spare liours of nmny, :incl
liere is tlie finisliecl profluet.
YVe liope it eontains il eoni-
plete :ieeount of tlie year
lVe wisli to express our
lllilll-Y tlmnks to Miss Ii2llll'2l
llelen l':iseliz1l. our zulviser.
Xxvlllllllll' lier lielp zunl guicl-
nnee tlus annual eoulfl not
lluve lreen proclueecl.
l'frxl 1-nav, lvff In riyhl: li. I". llc-usloy, Arthur l'l:un0r, t'llZlI'l1'H Morris, Milhin llunm-5,
ql'I'4lIlll' rum: Sc-flu Milli-r, liill Pnwc-ll, Huh Alpliin, John liiklv,
I'hi1'1l 1'41Iu'.' Pctl- l'lln'rl1:1rl, Sn-ini Mintz, Billy Sirong, lA'IIl Jvnkins, Julian l,l'L'lllt'A, 'l'o1nn1y Slum-.
Qfilllllillflf Danny .Ium-s, G4-rry llnrtmwg, Larry lillis, N4-tl Nlt'1'lilllS, Gary Fislwr, .lvrc Psirkvr.
0l"l"IC'HRS 'llllc Jllllllll' Hi-Y llzul nmny useful
imzm' lIAn'l'Zou .. ..... Prf'.vid1'11I pl-0.104-fs during the yen,-' T110 Club af-
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l"l""l l"""" ' "" H" I r""'1"'l tcnclccl si clll'lc1'011'r l'lllll'Cll as El U'l'Ull 1 onu-
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Xian NIICEKINS . . .Trmxlzrvr , , I
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of l'ln'isfi:ln c'l1:il':1c'f01'. lllc clnlm.
Tookie Descrn, l'r'e.vidwit,' Pat Eldridge, Sgt.-af-firms: Tomrny Kennedy, lYil'l?-,,I'PNll1I'lIt,'
David Ilostetler, Sr'm'rflary,' Burt Vcazcy, Jr., Uiziie Uouncil If01H'!'SI'11ffIfi'L'l?,' Eddie Cuthran,
Treaxurer: David Smith, Chris Coley, John VVray, Jesse Chappell, Don Kirby, .loc Moody,
Heath Pemberton, Verne Cavincss, Bobby Gaddy, C'haplain,' Emmett Fontaine, Y. DI. f'. A.
Recognized as one of the most outstanding chapters in the state, the
1951-592 Needham Broughton Hi-Y leaves a record worthy of its repu-
tation. Because of the diversification of the club projects, they had only
one thing in common, hard work. lNIucl1 time and effort went into the
arrangements and execution of plans for the March of Dimes Campaign,
the ltlinstrel and the dance. By sending delegates to the State Hi-Y
Convention in Fayetteville, the chapter was able both to receive and give
suggestions for future projects. However, the boys found opportunity
to mingle social activity with their work. A club picnic was held early
in December: church attendance as a body was a monthly activity: and
the l"ather-Son Banquet produced the comrzuleship that only such an
First and last the Hi-Y had as its goal to be a Christian organization,
Christian in speech, Christian in sportsmanship, Christian in daily living.
Silliny, lwfi In riylll: .loc Moody, Johnny Abernathy, Bobby Gaddy, Jack Cell, Leonard Kamslcr, Chris Coley
and Jimmy Stanford. Sfululilly lcfl fo riylil: Burt Vcazey, Tommy Kennedy, Jack Frazelle. Spring 1mfmlufr.v,
Ned M4-ckins, Pete lflhcrhart, Jerc Hartzog, Jere Parker, John liikle, Pat lildridgzc, llud Kelly, Bill Russ.
The Key Club, whose motto is t'VVe
liuildf, is sponsol'ed by the Kiwanis Club.
and fundamentally a serv-
an international organiza-
of l6,000 boys-
the Broughton Key Chlb's
It is primarily
ice club. It is
This year is
been organized in Septem-
ber, 1950. The club is the first in Raleigh.
The club's membership is composed of
boys from the Senior, Junior, and Sopho-
more classes, and they are chosen for
having qualities of good character and
XVith ten members, seven of which were
charter members, the Broughton club
started the year. Seven new members were
received into the club in December. They
are Verne Caviness, "Tookie" Desern,
Richard Day, and David Hostetler, Sens
iorsg Lennox Johnson, Bill Beaty, and
Tommy Newton, Juniors.
In January, the Key Club was host to
a division Key Club meeting in Raleigh.
The club sold drinks at all of Raleigh
High's home basketball games, with the
proceeds going to the high school athletic
fund. Several members of the club par-
ticipated in the Kiwanis Minstrel last fall.
as well as selling tickets and aiding in
This year's officers were: Burt Yeazey,
l'residentg Tommy Kennedy, Yice-l'resi-
dentg Jimmy Stanford, Secretary, Johnny
Abernathy, Treasurerg Bobby Gaddy,
Senior Class Director, Joe Bloody, Junior
The club adviser was Mr. Allen Norris,
a member of the Raleigh Kiwanis Club.
Firxi row. lffl lo rigfhl: Eleanor Byrd, Joanne Curry, Naney Link, "'l'ootsic" Stanshnry, .laniee Bishop. Louise
Clark, Rita Satisky, .loan Barher, .lane Viek, Marion Chesson, Barhara Kinney, Sally Ileath, Betty Garner,
Lellare llnrst. .Indy Boone. Srronfl row: Carolyn Hunter, Sally Whittier, Franeis Estes, Mary Carter, Phyllis
Mordeaith, Shirley Nylnnd, Betsy Lloyd, Anne Penny, Mary Page XVilliams, Elizabeth VVoinlvle, Karen Jen-
son. Sue NVillett, Nelda Clements, Katherine Braneh. Third 1'o':c'.' Pat Fnrlongz, .loan Spikes, Megan Goodwin.
Mary Ilelen Cross, Naney Nordstrom, Jean Spikes, Carol Bagley, Anita Fletcher, Nell Bowling, Beeky Knight,
Patsy .lam-kson. Ann Bury, Sarah Bradford. Fourth -row: Olive VVorth, Pat Liles, Joan liiggsh exe- , Pat Spain-
hour. -lo Ann Meaehun, Patsy Davis, Patsy Paulson, Sally Maness, Carolyn XVarliek, Janet XVilson, Mary Alys
Y avmm rh i-4- s, Elizabeth Floyd, Janiee Dawkins, Harriet Cnrrian. Fiffh row: Dot Jones, Carolyn Clement, Priscilla
Cliatfee, Mary Elkins, Killian Middleton, Shirley Ann WVhite, Eleanor Palmer, Louisa Mordeeai, Joyee Ilowell,
Linda Piland, llarriet Andrews, Martha Barber, Ellen Bonner. Sixth row: Catherine Coley, Peggy Suggs, Betsy
Swain, Ann Shaw, Bradley Small, Marion Myers, llelen Maynard, Margaret Diek. Adviser, Miss Suggs.
LIVE Y'EliS ROLL
iii-Hy llarkcr, Margaret Iii-attic, .loannc liridgers, Mary Colo, Camilla Cox, Ann Denmark, Anita Edwards
lictiy Gray, Ann llardy, Kirn IliliC'lll'I', Mary Suc Herring, Joy Lambert, Dorothy Lcllcw, Judy Lcvi, Kay
Lonnslicrry, Dot Mcfonncll, Lcslic Moscrnan, Sarah Nicholson, Franccs User, .lcrric Prcsion, licisy Pur-
ccll, Susan Sliarpc, Mary Snc Stcvcnson, Marilia Tcal, Gray Tolar, Phyllis VVall, Marilia XVardlaw, Nancy NVil-
son, lilizalicili NYinfon, .lanc VVayliurn, Patsy Lconard, BCl'tll?l Johnson, Farol flilllllllwll Bcity Suc Cavincss,
.Ican Lcach, Fayc Godwin, Paula Ward, Julia Ann Crater, Susanne Pctcrson, Dot Prcssly, Ann Dorris, Patsy
Lconard. Prcsidcnlg Carol flJlIlll1l!l'll, Vicc-Prcsidcnig Hcrflia Johnson, Sccrctaryg Joy Lainlvcri, Trcasurcr.
GROUP III, VV. 0, NV,
lfldwina Arrnsfron" Fayc Arnold Ann Lcc liarnliardi Barbara licnncit liarlxara Car bcnfcr, licisv Cavincss,
l-s . v y a .
LOIIIIIU Choate, Mary Frances Conncll, lfllcanor Cox, Joan Crosby, Mary Lou Ellis, Cclcstc Fcrrcll, Alina C-raharn,
Carolyn Harris, lflllcn Johnson, Nancy Joncs, Paiiy Joncs, fatlicrinc Lcwis, Lynda Lloyd. .lanc Low, .lcan Mac-
Donald, Mary Lou Macon, Matilda Mann, Sylvia Mattlu-ws, Mary Lynn Moody, Nancy Mumford, iithclyn
Prickctt, Saralyn Prickctt, Nc-lla Purringrion, Miriam Quarlcs, Marilyn llapcr, .Ianct Rico, Shcron liidgcway.
llarlwara Scoii, licttic Suc Slater, Ann Sloan, Alicc Slnitli, Margrarct Siarncs, .loycc Sicplicnson, Nancy 'l'unncll,
Kay Zicgrlcr, Vonnnillc Gricc, lillcn Johnson, Prcsidcntg Nclla Purringrion, Vicc-Prcsirlcntg lictsy Cavincm, Scc-
rciaryg Uonnic Clroafc, 'lll'l'5lSllY'K'l'.
Uli0I'l' I, F. 0. G.
Allcn llcvcly, 'l'rcasurcrg llcisy liallcntinc, Bill llickcti, Prcsidcnig liarlmara llrawlcy, llcisy Brian, Lota Lcc
llrian, Nancy Browning, lictiy Brown, Rita llnrkc, Lynnc fourtncy, Mildrcd Disckcr, llarirara Doar, lilain
Gaddy, Carolyn Gaskill, Sccrciaryg Mary Lon Gcilc, Anno Griscti, Gingcr Iicsfcr, llctty Hood, iiccky King,
Marjorie Linzcy, .loycc Liftlc, Sally Low, Yicc-Prcsidcnig Sonya Mitclicll, Carolyn Mycrs, Kay Ncwcll, Margarct
Paris, Barbara Pascllall, Margin' Park, Ann Phillips, .lanct Prall, Carolyn Rawls, Sllclliy llaynor, Snc Robinson,
Joanne Sink, Sandra Stcvcns, Joanne Trippc, Iatricia Vpton, Suv We-athcrs, Bcity WoodruH', Louisc YVhih-,
Vhasc Phillips, Alicc Langcaster, Katina Matinos, Lea Goldin, Caflicrinc Winfrcy, Edna Moniagruc.
Glenn Anderson, Page Bernstein, James Ellis, Bandolph Evans, Harold Matthews, Biehard Curlee, Robert
Blalock, .lack Cell, Nelson Urice, Paul Hall, Edward Lassiter, Charles Lomhard, liohert Lynch, Julian Peebles,
Bobert lihaney, VVoody Sears, Glenn VVarren, hvilliillll Powell, Gene Bostian, Bill Crisp, Tra Hardy, Tim John-
son, Merle Kelly, Clarence Boykin, Bobby Collins, llohert Crumpler, Gary Dozier, Sonny Mounteastle, Kenneth
Stallings, Allen Norris, Bert Streh, Bohhy Williams, Richard Workman, Bert Stevick, Phil Carlisle, Tookie
Desern, .lack Frazelle, .lohn Martin, Harold Montague, Steve Norton, Joe Ferguson, Charles Smith, Manly
Euhanks, Katherine Bernhard, Ellen Dennis, Frances Folk, Maxine Howell, Marjorie Linzey, Nancy Ludwig,
Shirley Poole, Dorothy Pressly, Anne Rawls, Katie Richardson, Susan Sharpe, Margaret Swain, Ann Tunstall,
Hilda Walker, Betty Daniel, Dianne Anderson, Edwina Armstrong, Katherine Branch, Barbara Brawley,
Susan Browne, Peggy Carlton, Barbara Clark, Sue Cox, Nancy Crump, Joanne Curry, Mary Lou Ellis, Mary
Ann Johe, Catherine Lewis, Nancy Linville, Betty Lloyd, Marilyn McLeod, Ann Pearce, Carolyn Perry, Peggy
liidont, Peggy Sullivan, Patsy VVilkerson, Olive VVorth, Shirley Lancaster, Frances Andrews, Lemma Baueom,
Carolyn Bickett, Faye Brown, Connie Choate, Louise Clark, Alice Cooper, Janice Dawkins, Doris Dozier, Angela,
liritlith, Sara Gnllette, Kathryne Harrison, Eleanor Hester, Peggy Hilliard, .loyce Huskin, Algerri eJones, Joy
Lainhert, Alice Lancaster, Shirley Lennnons, Patsy Leonard, Neill McLeod, .lacquelin Mills, Patsy Moore, Gar-
rett Morrow, Cora Nipper, Nella Purringrton, Jennie Ritchie, Edith Rogers, Sarah Stone, Nellie Tutor, Eliza-
heth Arthur, Ann Lee Barnhart, Margaret Beattie, Betsy Brian, Pat Blalock, ltita Burke, Anita Edwards,
Marjorie Estes, Mary Louise Geil, Faye Godwin, Camille Grice, Anne Grisette, Betty llarrnon, Kim Hatcher,
Mary Sue Herring, .lean Leach, .Indy Levi, Sonya Mitchell, Mary Lynn Moody, Eleanor Newlmerne, Sarah
Nicholson, Mary Sue Owens, Margaret Park, Barhara Pasehall, Sarolyn Prickett. Betsy Purcell, Lois ltaper,
Martha Teal, .loanne Trippe, Barbara Poole, Behecca Blackard, Bchecca Lassiter, Mary Bowen, .lo Ann Hicks,
Priscilla Chaffee, Barhara Churchill, Carolyn Clement, Betty Elkins, Frances Estes. Boherta Dixon, Patsy Davis,
Sandra Uoe, Katherine Uupton, Elizaheth llainilton, Carolyn Hunter, Marian James, Shirley Ann Jones, Bar-
hara Kinney, Mary Ann Little, Betsy Lloyd, Sally Maness, Betty Moore, Marie Patrick, Grace Pearce, Elsie
Pearson, Bita Satisky, Tootsie Stanshury, .loyce Stephenson, Barhara Tyson, Beverly Tyson, Ann Voorhees,
Carolyn VVarlfck, Miranda NVatson, Melba MX-hh, Sally VVhittier, Mary Page M'illiains, Mary Elfzaheth NVork-
man, Nancy 'l'nnnell, .lane Wayhurn, Louise M'hite, Polly VVood, Ada Wright.
5 ' 'VlQI"sf vvvvv
The 1gl'Ullgllt0l1 linseinhle is o11e of tl1e
new groups in School. The group is coin-
lmosecl of fifteen selected voices and two
2lCC0llllJ2lIllStS. lhey sang, for numerous
groups, variecl progrzuns ranging from
liralnnes "I,iehesliecler', to the lnusic of
Frecl vV2ll'lllU'. 'l'heir first a 5 rcarcnce was
for the Raleigh Blusic Uluh in NOVClIllJCl'.
Since then they have sung for Pl'0gl'2llllS
in school, for banquets at the Sir VValte1'
Hotel, and participatccl in the Choir
Festival at BICIll0l'l2ll Auclitoriuni. Their
work is all clone outsicle of school. Their
clirector is Leon VV. Jackson.
First row, lrff to right: Carolyn Clement, Mary Anne Jobe, Angela. Griiiith, Mary Bowen, Edith Rodgers,
Katherine Harrison, Roberta Dixon, I.e-nnna Baueom, Mr. Jackson. Second row: Priscilla Chaifcy, Bill'Cr1sp,
Jack Frazclle, VVoocly Sears, Jack Cell, Jimmy Stanford, Morrison Hogwoocl, Steve Norton, Mary Elizabeth
R:1leigh High School arching Band
BlIl,l,ARl7 P. lgI'R'l'
Valor Uurrrfl llornn
A. D. ltoliertson
Sylvia Register Forbes
Jo Anne Powell
Xliee Ann Oliver
Nettie Sue Phillips
Marion Lois Prescott
The Broughton Little Theater was
composed of eighty-three students inter-
ested in dramatics. The officers were
elected by the members, except the vice-
presidents. The presidents of the dramatic'
classes became the vice-presidents of the
ltfeetings were held six times a semester,
composing of two dinner meetings, two
program meetings, and the two business
Among the numerous plays that were
presented by the Little Theater, the most
important was the three act comedy, Men
Arc Like Street Cars. This production
was under the direction of Miss Doris
Sparks, the adviser for the club.
LITTLE THEATRE OFFICERS
First row, left to right: Danny Jones, Bill Howell, JeanWeems, Julianne Boon, Pat Liles, Zelda Stansbury
Second row: Gary Fisher, Barbara Doar, Bill Crisp,John Horton, Patsy Paulson standing in front.
Q I f'
'Left to righf. first row: Megan Goodwin, Arlene Griset, Olive VVorth. Seeoml row: Pat Liles, Lee Garner, Bill
Howell, Anita Fletcher.
Broughton,s honorary dramatics society,
the GOLDEN MASQFICRS, recognized
students who have excelled in acting and
the technical work of a production. Points
are received for participation, and those
eligible are selected by the members.
Monthly meetings are held-
Olive VVorth, Pat Liles, John Horton,
and Anita Fletcher were chosen by Bliss
Sparks, the adviser, in the fall because
of the previous members, graduation.
Arlene Griset, Bill Howell, Megan Good-
win, Danny Jones, and Peggy Carlton
were admitted after the Little Theater
The HIASQVERS sponsored the trip
to the Carolina Dramatics Festival in
Chapel Hill in April. They also sponsored
the one act play presented there.
Girls' thletic Association
First rom, Irff fo riyhf: Mary Allll xYllltl'lll'2lKl, Nettie Sue Phillips, Carol Duncan, l.cslic Moscruan, llctiy llood,
Palsy I.l'Ull2lNl, Louise Vlark, Nancy Link, .lanicc Bishop, Mary Jane flll'IIll'lIt, Jo Anne Powell, Susan Sharp.
S1't'lHIl' Tore: Miss Suggs, Joyce Stevenson, Margaret Hinsou, Marie Patrick, Dot Al4'clUllllt'll, A1111 llardy, Carol
Bagley, .lean Gilliam, Kathleen Mathews, llilda VValker
Third row: Grace l'carcc Nellie Tudor, Susan Brown, Anita Fletelicr Dot Ncwniaii Shirley' Nvlund .lcrr '. ones
1 1 - . . - 5 a
Marilyn Bridggcrs, Ylarion Lois Prescott.
l"u1u'tl1, Tore: lfllizahctli llamilton, Susan Hayes, Joan liigrgxshce, Mary Carter, lvlllflllllil XVatson, Sally lvcs, lirlith
Rogers, Shirley Caviness, Ann XAvllitl', Nancy XVilso11.
I"iffl1 ro7e.' Shirley Slocum, Pcggry Fox, Arlene Griset. Frances Estes, Janicc Dawkins, Mary xVllliillllS, Betsy
Loydc, Neil IVlcl,cod, Shirley larkcr, lcgrgy farlton.
Any girl in tl1e tenth, eleventh, or
twelfth grade is eligihle for lllCllllDCl'SllllJ
i11 the Girls' Athletic Association. This
year the llllIlllJCl' of lIlCIIllJCl'S was sixty-
one. These girls were then divided into
four groups, who were l1eaded hy four
captains. They were Kathleen lilathews,
Mary Carter, Sl1irley l'arker, Zllld Sl1irley
SlUClllIl. Tl1e teams held tournanients
Zllllllllg' theniselves in basketball, volleyball,
softball, hadniinton and to11cl1 football.
Tl1e officers this past year we1'e lXIarion
Lois Prescott, presidentg Jo JXIIIIC Powell,
vice-president, lllarilyn Bridgers, secre-
tary, Neill lileleod, treasurerg and Jo
rAI1ll0I,0W0ll, and Shirley Slocizni, publicity
Two hiking leaders were elected for tilt'
purpose of leading all tl1e l1ikes. The
hikes were held on Saturday 111orning, and
some of tl1e111 were to the Dairy Queen,
Lake Johnson, Cary, Macedonia a11d lXlill-
A basketball team was selected early in
January. Twelve girls composed tl1e tea111.
The tean1 played several other schools in
the city. A student-faculty gillllii was
played, wl1iel1 was enjoyed hy everyone.
Tl1e Inelnhers could C2ll'll forty points
by participating in extra sports such as
skating, tennis, walking, howling, horse-
haek riding, golf, liadniinton, ping pong,
SllllflLl0lJ02ll'll, and swinnning.
The Audio-Visual Club was faced with
The heaviest schedule in the history of The
eluh. This year we have shown approxi-
mately five hundred movies: played records
every Friday for the Physical liduealion
dancing elass: operated the 'rape recorder
praefieally every vveelx of lhe year: and
played l'ln'islmas carols from the lower
at l'hris'tmas. Another project was the
instruction of inierested eighth grade lnoys
in the operation of Audio-Visual equip'
ment, and in the operation of the audi-
forium sound system for ehapel.
'l'o guide the elulm this year we had
Harvey Henson as chairman of the Audio-
Yisual Coniniitlee of the student eouneil
and Mr. Mitchell as adviser. Harvey
Henson was reappointed as chairman for
lmfl fo riyhi, fronl: Donald Fry, VVorth Godwin, Chris Sapharillis, Fosfer Gibson, Ilarry lfltliericlge, Bill Ikrogdon,
Larry Ayklette, Erie Elliot, Joe Kennedy, Jimmy Edwards, .lolm Bikle, Arthur Palmer, Jimmy Davis, and Jimmv
Kirkland. Slunrliny: Benton Satlerfield, Eddie Tharrington, Tommy Briggs, "Mule" Shirley, liill VVaIlaee, Jlllllllh'
Mlll'lll'. lllllwri Davis, Bobby Caviness, Billy Moscly, Gerry Hartzog, Claude Broome, Marvin Glover, Pele
lflherharl, llurlierl Maftliews, llobhy Mitchell, Mr. "Long: John" Mitchell, llarry llenson.
The Broughton High School Concert Band
Left to right: Chreston Holomnn, Marion Lois Prescott, Lee Giles, Jimmy VVall, Carolyn Clement. Second row:
Ervin Thompson, Richard Pindell, Glenn Jones, William Moxley, Nettie Sue Phillips, Betty Lloyed, Joanne
Powell, Ernest Jordan, A. D. Robinson, Jack Upchurch, John Lawrence, Peggy Strickland. Third row: Allice
Liles, Margaret Henson, Peggy Sullivan, Howard Cell. Jim Jolmson, David Stephenson, Jimmy Chambers, Harold
Matthews, Townsend llolt, Richard Telfair, Jim Harrill, Thomas VVilliamson, Philip Yarbrough, Ann Hollowcll,
Arnold Joslin, Donald Kirby, Ivan Joslin. Fourth row: James Stanford, R. A. Barnes, Director of the Bandg
Leonard Kamser, Jack Fnlgrhurn, John Upchurch, Jerrold Holleman, Richard Park, Robert Shoifner, Richard
Girls' Monogram Club
'l'l1is vonr is tlio sooonil in tlio liistory of .X point SYSl'Clll lms boon clovisorl, tlio nunl-
tlio Girls Moiiogrnin Club. It was organ- lmors of points roqnirocl ns follows: first
izoxl for tlio pnrlnoso of stimulating intor-
ost in girls' sports. Kntllloon Mnttliows was
olootoml prosiilont: .lo Anno l'owoll. vivo-
prosirlont: Noill KIoI,oocl, soorotnryz nnrl
Sllirloy SlUl'lllll, ll'l'2lSlll'Ol"
'l'l1o lirst your of lIlCllllM'l'Slllll. tllo girls
roooivo :1 lottor, tlio soooncl your :1 pin,
:incl tlio tliirml your El lottor witll two stnrs.
vonr, two llllIl1ll'l'll pointsg sooonrl your,
tour lllllllll'Cll points: zlnrl tlnrml your, six
In tlio pnst your, tllo lll'0.ll'C'l'i lmvo lnoont
to tnko olinrgo of tlio girls' lonngo during
all lionio lmskotlmll gzunos, sponsoring
play-ilnys, G. A. A. 'l'0lll'll2llllClll'S., Olym-
IJICS, illlfl El CEIIIIIHIIQ' 'tl'lp.
lmfl Io riylif: .l2lllll'l' l3lNll17Il,.ll7 Anno Powrll, Marion Lois Prosoott, Pllizellwtli llumilton, Anita l"lotol1or, Joan
Gillizun, Kutliloon Mntln-ws, Marilyn Bridgors. Noill Mol 1-oil Xrlcnm C '
Mis' I I Sl" ilvl r
Is . ll 14' fl r, an 'si' .
, 1 f ' lrisot, Sliirloy Slooum, Sllirloy lalrkvr, illlll
Boys' Monogram Club
If'ir.vl row, Irfft lo riyhl: Bobby Sessoms, Billy Station, Jack Cell, Joe Moody, Tommy Teague, Malvin Glover,
Frank lluskius, Billy llolloman, Verne Caviness, Bill Russ, and adviser, Mr, Ringgold. SJ'!'0llIl, ':'ow: llud Kelly,
Pat Eldridge, Lynwood lfbanks, Bill VVallace, llurt Veazy, Al Starns, Sonny Turlimrton, Jimmy Presley. Thirrl
row: Utis Farrol, lid Steele, Davfd Smith, Bobby Gaddy, John VVray, 'l'om Newton, Jesse Uhappcll, Robert
Spears. Fourlh 1'o'ze.' Lenox Johnson, Billy YVilliford, Charles Smith, Ned Meekins, Larry Ellis, Gerry Hartzog.
lloh Lassiter, Jack Frazclle, Chris Foley.
The hlonogram Club began its l95l-
l952 school year by electing the remainder
of its otlicers. Last year's club had 'pres
viously elected Chris Coley to lead this
year's club. The other officers are: Vice-
l'resident, Bud Kellyg Secretary, Verne
Cavinessg 'l'reasurer, Lenox Johnson, and
Sergeant-at-Arms, Jerry Hartzog.
'l'he club opened its activities with its
annual dance. From the money made on
this project the boys bought food for the
needy families of Raleigh. In order to
supplement the supply the students of
the school brought can food to a chapel
program. The distribution of food this
year was one of the widest in the past
During the baskethall season the ltlono-
gram Club helped to bring about good
sportsmanship more keenly to the nnnds
of the students Jlayers and other s recta-
tors. The club sold tickets and served as
ushers at all the games.
ltlr. Ringgold, adviser of the club.
supervised the project of keeping the
cafeteria in order.
At the close of the year the club elected
the most outstanding senior athlete. Pat
Eldridge was awarded this trophy, in
assembly. Pat, co-captain of the swim-
ming team, was selected for his excellent
1"IGll'l' SUNG Ho flu' func of "Sl1orlvuiu' Bra
ilu-rr liulviglm Iligll School Tuclq lu your slurlluils,
R ull-iglm must wiu Roll up your Inulls,
1 :glut lo flux fiuisll Go homo, A , ,
'Novvr gin- lu Qliulm, rull. Hllll You :1iu'f gof :l Cll2lIlCl'.
mu 4lo your ln-st, lroys You czuuo 'fo Ruloigll
1-'ll clo flu- rust, lmoys lVifl1 your lllgll-Hllllg lu-acl:
l :glut ou lo victory Go homo, A
lillll llulll Null! DROP DI'1.XUl
Imfl lo rfuhl: Watson Holyficld, Jayvcc Foachg Carroll Kingr. Head Couch: Jimmy Ringgrold, Backlit-ld Coacliq
fhris Shay, l.ine foach.
This year the Raleigh High t'aps
experienced their best season since Carroll
King took over the reins as head coach.
The Caps met the usual liastern Vlass
AAA oposition and also some tough outside
competition. YVhen the season ended the
l'aps had attained a record of five wins,
four losses, and one tie. Doing an excellent
'job in the capacity of assistant coaches
were Jimmy Ringgold and Uhris Shay and
Junior Varsity Uoach Vllatson Holyfield.
Some well earned praise is also due to Head
Manager Tookie Desern and Assistants Ed
Steele and Gilbert Rothstein.
The Raleigh Caps opened their 1951-
l952 season in Raleigh against Fuquay,s
Class A squad. i'oach King cleared the
bench as the Caps rolled to an easy victory
to the tune of 552-0. The entire team played
good for the opening game which proved
to be a valuable asset. The Caps gained
some much needed confidence and added
some more fire to their will to win. The
highlight of the game was a long pass from
Lenox Johnson to J. C. Thomas who
caught the hall on the lfuquav one .vard
line and went over to score. Jolmson served
notice that he would be a tlu'eat in both
the running and passing departments, and
Junk Ilssery and Yerne Caviness led the
fine Raleigh line play. The game served
its purpose by giving the locals some
experience before they met some tougher
RAI,l'11GIl-GRl'll'1NSli0RU RALICIGII-Ill 'KHAKI
'l'h0 Caps t:1st01l th0i1' first 1l0t'0z1t ot' By lxlllllllily tl10 loss to fil'00llSllUl'U was
tl10 s0z1so11 Oll :1 w0t :incl sloppy night i11 history :111cl H10 Caps w01'0 looking t'orw:11'1l
cil'C0llSllOl'01S l10:111tif11l st:1cli11111. I.110l4 1'ofl0 to th0i1' first l'l:1st01'11 Floss AAA t'o11t'01'-
with tl10 lllSllll'Ctl YVhi1'li0s EIS 't'lIL'.Y s0o1'0cl 01100 0l:1sh with tl10 tough liullclogs of Dui'-
il 12-0 victory ov01' tl10 visiting C':1ps. h:1111. I,lll'llZllllll2lfl'lllStllilllillilllg Vllllllllg
'll0lll'llilOWllS lw fll'C0llSl7Ol'0 i11 tl10 first Elllfl Sfl'02lli Sll2l'ftCl'0tl HIC W00li l10t'o1'0 illlfl w01'0
third qUm.h,l.g won, mough to NIMH HH. 0xp00t01l to ll0llIlCC hack ll2ll'Cl. .But Rnlcigh
t':1ps Elllll allow flll' VVhi1'li0s to k00p lllL'll' 0011111 'ml llc 110111011 and hmllly mlm'
String. of vit.tm.iL,S mm. linlcigh intact. thzough tl10 lzllllgll Zlllfl tlllllllll' 0o11t0st with
l'lcl1li0 Yost l'!lll for H10 first tally 211111 liill ft l-0 ullscl Vlctoliy' In llw Sccmld tllmrlcli'
uqulul hit Dick Rothlml with I scminu I1Cll0X Johilson follml 'l'o111111v N0wto11 i11
. . . H10 011rl zo110 'lllfl hit llllll with '1 ll'l'l.l'l'l
pass 111 tl10 thlrml q11z11't01' tor H10 only 1 I l
st1'1k0 tor tl10 Wllllllllg' to110hclow11. 'l'h0
play 0:11110 from cight y:11'1ls o11t. liohhy
I,z1ssit01' :1clcl0rl tl10 0xt1'z1 point to C'0lllIlll'lC
tl10 s0o1'i11g for tl10 night. I,lll'll2llIl t'o11gl1t
. . Inu-k ll21l'Il III tl10 SL'COll1l lmlf :111rl t:1x01l
tl10 flflllk 1l0t'011s0 to tl10 li111it. I11 tl10 flllill
lllllllll'L'S tl10 li11ll1log,g's 111:11'0h01l to tl10 lin-
s0o1'0s ot' tl10 g'z11110. Both 0xt1':1 points
IlIlSSl'Il tllCll' lII2ll'li. flO'cl2lllt'2llllS Chris
l'ol0y :1l1cl Junk l'ss01'y t111'1101l i11 goocl
Il0l'l'Ol'lIlfllli'l'S for li:1l0ig'h along' with Burl
Kvlly illlll l1L'Illll0l J011l4i11s. It was :1 llEll'fl
gilllll' to los0 with H10 Ollly C'UllSOl2lllOll
l10i11g tl10 l.?ll'l' that cil'L'L'llSlJ0l'0 is not il It-igh two V2ll'll lllll' Zlllfl H11'0:1t0110rl to ti0
C0lll.l'l'l'llC'0 Ollililllltllt. tlll' s0o1'0, hot H10y w01'0 11ot Zllill' to cross
Sh-0l0 l,l'Sl'l'll ltothstviii
rles Macon, Steve Norton,
rt Spears, mgr., Chris Coley,
Pu rye-ar, Tonnn
Lassitf-r, Ed S tvele,
uel Jenkins, D
ewton, Gerry H
Ray, J imn
illy Baker, mgr., Dall
over into pay dirt. Junk l'ssery inter-
cepted a fourth down pass to stop the
threat. Lenox Johnson, Don Voorhees,
Bud Kelly, and Verne Caviness were out-
standing for the locals. The game was
costly though, for Joe llloody, a standout
back was injured and lost for the remainder
of the season.
Raleigh seemed to be in for a rough
night against the VVilson Cyclones when
they fumbled five times in the first quarter
and lost the ball on four of the five. Ra-
leigh's defense held, however, and carried
the Caps through until their offense started
clicking i11 the second quarter. Bob Las-
siter put the finishing touch on a 63 yard
drive when he flipped a 10 yard pass to
Chris Coley on the Wilson 36. Coley
scooted down the sidelines to give the Caps
their first score. Lassiter added the extra
point and the Caps led 7-0. Raleigh cov-
ered a fllllllllfl on the VVilson 412. Six plays
later Johnson crashed over left guard for
the score. The extra point was missed and
the Caps led at halftime by 13-0.
Raleigh took the opening kickoff of the
second half and returned it to its own 46.
In seven plays the Uaps covered 541 yards
for the score.
Coley carried the hall six times and
covered 51 yards. He sco1'ed from five
yards out. The light Cyclones were unable
to sco1'e but did have some good moments
in the second and fourth quarters with
the use of their spread formation. King
used his reserves sparingly and the entire
bench saw action.
George Rice was a standout for WilS0ll
while Coley, Johnson, and the whole Cap
line turned i11 sparkling performances.
A few shirt-sleeved fans watched the
VVolfpack of Charlotte Tech throw a real
scare into the Caps before the Raleigh
attack started clicking late in the second
half. The Caps scored first, but Charlotte,
with its eight starting sophomores, roared
right back to take the lead at T-6. Raleigh
recovered the lead a few seconds before
the end of the half when Tommy Newton
pulled ill a long pass in the end zone.
Bobby Lassiter converted and the Caps
led at halftime by a score of 13-7. Char-
lotte tied the score once again in the third
quarter but only for a second. Their kick-
ofi' went to Chris Coley and the tleetfooted
Raleigh halfback dashed 92 yards for a
six-pointer. Newton snagged two more
touchdown passes to 1'un the score to 33-13
as Coach King cleared his bench in the
final moments. Chris Coley turned in some
excellent running and Verne Caviness,
Gerry Hartzog, and John iVray were also
helpful to the Raleigh cause.
The Raleigh Caps turned in their best
performance of the season against iVil-
mington's highly touted ivildcats. Ha-
leigh led for almost the entire game and
only a heart-breaking finish prevented
them from scoring their first victory over
VVilmington since 19-137. VVilmington tal-
lied 111 points in the last seven and one
half minutes to tie the game at 27-27. The
Caps ran wild in the first quarter, scoring
three touchdowns, and leaving the field
at halftime with a 20-fi lead. The Caps
took the opening kiekofi' on their own E5-L.
Don Voorhees made 13 yards in two car-
ries, moving the ball to the YT. Chris
Coley took the ball on the next play and
went the distance for six points. Bobby
Lassiter added the first of his three extra
Ifrwrflirly: Lee Pridgren, Joe Moody. Don Voorhees, Charles Macon. Sflllllfilljlf Chris Coley, Lenox Johnson. Paul
Chamblee, Bob Caulbnryx.
Boh Lassiter Jackie Murdock Gcrry Hartzog:
points. Lenox Johnson hit Newton with
a touchdown pass for the second score of
the first quarter. Bobby Lassiter clinlaxed
a long drive when he cracked over from
the three yard line to supply the third
tally. The third quarter had just begun
when Gerry Hartzog pitched out wide to
Coley and when Coley stopped he had
covered 76 yards to the VVildcat goal.
Vvihnington, however, kept fighting back,
mainly through the efforts of Burt Grant
and two of his targets, Julian Rogers and
Dan Skinner. lVith little more than seve11
minutes left in the game they pulled with-
in seven points of the tiring Caps, and
with only a few seconds remaining, Burt
Grant, passing from the Raleigh eight, hit
Skinner in the end zone. On the next play,
Grant calmly stepped up and booted the
extra point to tie the sco1'e. Although it
was not easy to take a tie instead of a vic-
tory, there was some consolation in that
it was still an upset and also the only
hlelnish on State Champion VVihnington5s
record. Burt Grant, Flo lvorrell and
Julian Rogers led the visitors. l'hris
foley, Bud Kelly, Junk llssery, and
Bobby Lassiter stood out in a fine per-
fornlance hy the entire Raleigh squad.
Goldshoro's Earthquakes struck quickly
and were ahle to hold their lead and pro-
vide themselves with an upset victory over
the Raleigh Caps. The hoys from Golds-
horo were inspired hy a huge Hoinecoining
celebration and won over the Faps in a
hattle that saw tenipers Hare from the
opening niinutes. Un the second play from
scrinnnage, Goldshoro caught the Raleigh
defense with its pants down and completed
a pass good for 6-11 yards and a touchdown.
The conversion gave then: a 7-0 lead. Ra-
Uoach Shay Newton, Poole, Crumpton, Caviness, Wray, Jenkins, 'l'homas, Rldridgre, Euhanks, lluskins, Ward.
leigh seemed to be getting back into the
ball game when 'liClIlllC1 Jenkins recovered
a fumble on the Goldsboro 23 yard line.
The Uaps marched to the four but the1'e
a fumble on a pitchout play ended their
best scoring opportunity. Again in the
second quarter Goldsboro scored on a
screen pass. This play covered 62 yards.
This concluded the scoring for the evening,
for, even though the Caps had several
chances in the second half, they coulcln't
push the ball across. Bobby Bryan and
D. C. Daughtry looked good for Golds-
boro, while Lemuel Jenkins and Don
Voorhees stood out for Raleigh. Final
scoreg Goldsboro 13, Raleigh 0.
Raleie'h's Homecomin ' came to a ha 1 '
A rw 54. .Y
ending when the Caps chmaxed a parade
and llomecoming Dance with a l-lf-12
victory over Burlington,s lvcstern Class
AAA Conference Bulldogs. The Riddick
Stadium crowd cheered as Bob 'Lassiter
put two perfect placements through the
goal posts to supply the margin of victory.
Jackie Murdock covered thirteen yards in
two quarterback sneaks to give Raleigh its
first score. A break for Raleigh came later
in the game when the Burlington safety-
man fumbled one of Junk llssery's kicks.
Tommy Newton recovered the ball for
Raleigh on the Bulldogs, 13 yard line and
a few plays later Don Voorhees cracked
over for tl1e score. Burlington came back
to score twelve points but to no avail.
These we1'e the first touchdowns of the year
for both lllurdock Zlllll Yoorhees. Newton,
Caviness, Thomas, lllurdock, and Voorhees
were outstanding for the Caps.
.lounnv Furry, l,olD:irv
Frou! roxv: Dol .lonn-s,
lim-If rmv: ,Knn Slizlw
lmfl lo riyhl, jirxi row: Bonnie Gower, .luck Vl'zlrner, Toney D4-un, Vliris Supsirilzls. Billy Strong. Gary Laine,
Glen Carroll, Arthur P2llIll0Y', Roddy Jones, GL-orgv K1llKlj'2llllll'KllS. Sworn! row: Bolmlvy Crvil, Norwood Park:-r,
Vlmrles Morris, .lov lllvllm-0, Hal Stvinlwrgr, Clmrlvs Both-s, .lnlizin Pcvlmlm-s, Cliurles Mongrnni, Miki- Morse, S4-lla
Miller, Billy Moscly. Tliircl row: Couvln Willson llolylivlxl, Billy XVillis, Capluili Pele- lilwrlizirl, Mvrlon King,
Wra-nn Fowler, Wade Czllllwrgr, Lewis Anferml, Hurry Moore, Don Small, Max Bryan, Bill VVilli:nns, Billy Banker,
lmfl lo l'i.IlIlI.' Watson llolyfielzl, l':lrol King.
'l'l1e ltzmlelgll f'2lIJlt2llS begun their
most successful lmsketlmll season ln
lfi years Vntliel' slowly. After clown-
ing Kinston in tlxe opening gznne the
Raleigh angers went into u slump
zuul were overpowerecl by lvinston-
, . .
bnlenn, Burlington, nncl l'zu'ol1nz1
l"rosl1. lint upon tlle opening gznne
ot' the l'l2lSl'0l'll cl0lliiCl'CllCC SCllCIllllC,
tlle Hips tell into full stricle, zlnrl
lmcgzln to knock over p1':u'tiez1lly every
c-Imllenging tezun. 'l'l1e potential Ral-
leigll squful beat every teznn in the
l.'lZLSt0l'Il C0l1fC1'CI1C'C twice witll tlic
exception ot' vvllllllllgttlll who Wlllllllwl
them only once in Vvllllllllgltlll. After
winning ten out ot' eleven starts, the
Cups founrl tllenlselves sc-llerluleml to
play Durlmnl in tlle gznne wlliell
woulcl cleternline tlle l'l2lSt'0l'Il Von-
f0l'OIlCQ ClltllIlIJl0IlS. l'pon the start
of the gzune, tlle Cups trziilecl Dun'-
lllllll by several points. 'l'll0Il :Ln inci-
clent oeeurrecl wllic-ll Raleigh fans
will l'CIllL'llllJCl' for tl long tilne. A
spectzltoi' tllrew il snowlmll onto tlle
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an excellent clefensive game which
provcfl to he enough to stop the
Central oll'ensive. J. C. 'l'homas
hucketerl 20 points and little Jackie
Murdock colleetecl ten to leacl the
Raleigh then founcl that it was
face to face with the greatest task of
the season-the State Championship
game. Clever playmaking, fairly ae-
curate shooting, and a tremenclous
spirit of determination to win were
the main factors which lecl the Caps
on to win the game hy a tight score
of 51 to 49. It was a long see-saw hat-
tle which saw Jackie Murdock lead his
mates to victory. The game went
"nip and tuekw all the way. Then
Murcloek sank his one hanrl push
with one minute remaining, stole the
hall, and went into a cleep freeze
until the final gun sounded. "Sparky"
ltlurclock colleetecl 15 points while
Hayes ancl Thomas clroppecl in 13
and 12 respectively. It was a very
happy and enthusiastic team of lla-
leigh Capitals who were crownecl
"State Champs" for l952 basketball
I I row, lrff to right: Johnny Upchurch, Fred DeBerry, Don Kirby, Tommy Teague. Second row: lukn
lrclock, llohhy Usury, 'l'. C. More, Carl Hayes, J. C. Thomas. Thfrfl rozvi Coach Carol King, Roy Pooh on
ini Thomas King, .lack Cell, Asst. Coach Watson Ilolyfield. Foizrlh row: Lenox Johnson, Gerald lones
Richard Ray, Malviu Glover, Managers Harold Smith and Bill VVallace.
The scasmfs SCllCflLllC is '15 lol
1 8-Rocky Mount'
" Home games.
I"ir.wf row. lrffl fn riyhl: Dawoslzi St011l1e'11so11, lxllllllj' I.yll4'll, Larry Ellis, llltllllllly i'upl4-1,
Jimmy Pri-ssly, .lulm l,l'll'l'SUll. Sm-will row: .lulm Puwvll, M:111:1g:4'rg .limmy J11l111su11, liussvll
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slmulcl l1c C'0lllIlll'IlIlCIl for :1 .iolm well clm
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Girls, thletic ssociation
XVitli tbe belp of tbe Girl's
Monogram Club, wbieb aeteil
as a planning boarcl, tbe
activities of tbe G. A. A. got
umlerway earlier tban usual
tbis year. After cleyoting tbe
first two meetings to tbe busif
ness of eleeting oHieers aml
flivifling tbe group into four
teams. tbe girls began tbe
year witb toueb football. Bat-
tling away onee a weeli. 'l'be
girls learnecl to appreciate
tbe football team anrl to en!
joy tbe games tbrougb better
1 . Q 4
unclerstancling of football.
Following on tbe heels ol'
football was volleyball. 'l'wo
nets were set up to allow two
games after sbort business
meetings. Aiclecl by referee
instruction elasses eomluetecl
by tbe aflviser, Miss Suggs,
G. A. A. members ottieiateil
'llbese referee instructions
were eontinuerl cluring basket-
ball season. 'l'l1e girls began
tbe year in basketball by play-
ing Catberlral on January 44.
Sinee tbe G- A. A. team bafl
not been ebosen, any girls
interesterl were allowed to
play. Sixteen team members
anrl two managers were later
ebosen after Miss Suggs bail
observed the girls fluring
G. A. A. games anrl tryouts.
Basketball praetiee was belrl
on Tuesrlays witb regular
G. A. A. meetings on lfriilays.
Highlights ot' tbe year were
the publication of tbe G. A. A.
of tbe montb in tbe Hif'l'inu's,
a pienie belcl in Uetober, play-
clays in volleyball anrl basket-
ball, tbe Olympics, aml tbe
Margaret Henson, Susan Ilayes.
Imff In riylrl, mirlrllrq' Louise Vlarlc
and Arlene Griset,
.lane l'lemenl. Jerry Jones.
Imfl lo rfyhl, lop: .loan lliggsbee,
lmfl lo Tfllllf. fwllnnl: Grave Pearce,
two camping trips at Crab-
Some of the hikes this year
were to Neuse River, liake
Johnson, the Dairy Queen,
l'ary, Macedonia, l,assiter's
Mill, ancl Millbrook.
Spring activities incluclefl
harlminton, tennis anrl hase-
The ten top girls having
over Q00 points at the enfl of
the year were awarrlecl letters.
Girls having alreacly won a
letter earnecl 200 aclclitional
points the second year for a
pin, ancl those girls who hail
earnerl hoth a letter ancl a pin
hacl to have 200 points the
thircl year to receive a letter
with two stars.
The girls prouclly wear
these awards, for they sym-
holize many hours spent in
G. A. A. activities. Require-
ments for awarcls are as fol-
T5 points for organizefl
hiking Cone point a mile-H
-110 outsicle points fpoint
an hour for playing tennis,
skating, walking, ancl other
The other points are earnerl
hy participating in gym and
G. A. A. tournaments, hy
heing clectccl to offices, hy
heing on the varsity teams,
ancl hy participating in play-
Une can easily see how the
purposes of promoting inter-
est in girls' sports ancl of pro-
vicling the girls with a means
of wholesome recreation are
accomplishccl hy this wicle
range of activities in the
G. A. A. each year.
lmfl fo Ffltlllf, lop: Janice Bishop,
l'arol liagrley, Sandra Stephens.
lmfl lu riyllf. lriirldlau' Marilyn Bridg-
crs, JoAnne Powell, Marion Prescott,
Left fn riyhf, lfflfflllllf Anita Fletelier,
Betsy Lloyd, Mary Anile NN'l1itcl1e:ul
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Imfl In riyyhl: Sylvia lic-griatu-r, l'rgrg:y Siricklzuld, JuAnm- Powc-ll, Carolyn f.l1'llll'Ilt, Kullwrim- lirzxnvll
Willvfl, illlll l':1i xvl'lYillQItUll.
.Xrv you IDl'Ullil of your svll mmmm I? XVl1zLf's HIL' lll?lttl'l' wiill H10 fuzun?
XYUHII, mam! The t0illIl.S all right!
.Xrv you lll'UlIll ul' .X'UllI' lczun? NVL-ll, who sznicl so?
x,l'2lIl, mam! liillldgll lliglu!
XYQII, gin- :1 'vcll fill' .Y0lll' sclmul, XVL-ll, In-tk give :L -vcll for llulciglm lllglm
.Xml :L ya-ll fm' your fozun Hey, Rall, Hall, Rall, Rall, Hull!
qc12lllSC lizxlvigll High Scl1ool's Hoy, Rall, Rilll, Hall, Hull, linlm!
1,11 H10 bcaunf Hoy, Rah, Rall, Rall, liilll, Rah!
Fight, team fight!
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"lu- full ul' l!llH l'ulnul ns l'1'1'ling ulnursl lilac Sllll-
llllllllk in l
l'r1'shnu'n zugruin. During: llu' sinnnwr, luv
llu' .Vwwx fum' Ulrsrrtwi' vuwl'Ll. NNY lirmlgxllllln lilly
' ' ' ' " 'il ' rwrinu'
lmnnx ll Nvw llwul llus llle. Xlziy 5 llu' ln: l ,.
wus Iu'r1', nlzlrling high svluml :ilung willi ns. liawli
il lliwullgrlilunu wax Maury IS. l':nnuwn, our lu-w vlms
ulviscr, wluv haul lu'vn in lflnglznul :ls llll l'Xl'll?lIllIl'
Wilh lhzil slrs':ull'nl "sinh" lnlu-n :iwuy fron: unr
lass, wc slnrlrcl our frm-slinizin yvur wilh K'lllllllSlllSIll
nul :n ru-w unl-lnuk. llzul not l'riiu'ipul Chile' pruni-
wrl, "'I'lu'rs"ll lu' wnu' 4'llElllgIl'S n1:ulm"'? lint wx' wvrm'
lun hnxy cliungringr vlzum-5, gfllillllllff nvvr l,z1lin,
lllllllllljl ulgrclirsu, :nul lziliing phys. ml. lu wurry Zllllllll
l l"x'm'n unr luwnrx :lflrr scluuml wore' living: fillml
lhu . ,
np: lIlI'l5jUlIlt'1l Y'll'l'l'Ilh :nul llu' l".ll,.'X.g luryf. lungrcml
ln lu- in llu' Ili-Y ur lu pluy junior vzirsily AlHlI'lhQ
nul nmny jniiuwl llu'Gll'1' l'lnli. Nl1'lIllTl'I'N nl' llu' Cnlcc'
l'lnlm p:n'li1'ip:lll'1l in llu- uiu'rl'll:u, Ilullugf Ilfmvu Ihr'
Sify. lrlllylllll' nmin rulvs wvrm- nur liill Crisp :nul .llu'
.Xu nur l7llll'l'l'N fur nur lirsl yrzlr in high wluuul,
ws' s'l1'c'l1'4l Xlulmrllx' llllIl'lil'l' lu ls':ul llu' Ulnms. 'l'lu' ullu'r
l2llll'l'I'h wvrs' l':1l lilclrillgrv, hl'I'X'lllgI his svvuximl yn-:lr
uf. Yl1'!"lll'l'Sllll'IllQ lA'llllI't' llrwn, hl'l'l'l'l6ll'y1 'l'unnny
lil'xnu'rly, ll'4'JlSlII'l'I'Q :nul lhul Ks-lly, Sl'Y'fIl'5llll-!llA
Ell'llIh, l.l'nurm' prml-ll quill' :ulupl ns. an Nl'l'l'l'lllI'y, for
in llu' xpring llu' Slxulvnl liluly n'lcl'll-ll lu'r lu lu-
Nl'4'I'l'l2ll'y ul' llu' Slllllt'lll l'mnu'il for llu' ruining:
'l'lu' irlrsi nl' liuvingr :i Vlnli 1u'ri1ul lwn linux :I
wvvk clnring: wluml nu'l our zippruvzll, hnl XX'll2ll vlnli
ro join wus :inollwr llllllllxf. XVA' nizull' llu' 1'luriCl',
lrivrl lu lixul linu' lu mln such lhingrs :is lumnu-work,
fnnnxl llml lu1nu'cunii1v" wus. lll'ill', mul 'l'l1:1nksg:iving:
:nul llllflhllllllh wrrl- jnsl zirmnul llu' K'llT'lll'I'. Spun-
suring Uni' vluw fur llUllll'l'UIlllIlgI wsu livlly llivlis,
'l'Iu' r:u':ilinn :il lllll'lNlIllllh was liru-, hnl llu' ligrhl
llJIXVll1'll un ns wlu-n ws- rm'lnrlu'll: Wx' haul lu hiki-
vxznns lhis yvur! 'l'lu' lllllllxl' L'l1lNSIlll'll llumk il hzirrlrr
llmn wig fur lhix yvuv' m':u'li UXIIIII was lu lu' :ilnuwsl
lwu luvnrs lung. .Xlmnl lwn wcvlcs nl' jlllllllll ill'hl'l'Illll'll
npun llu' wluurl, lunl in nu linu' :ll ull wc wvrl' h:u'k
in llu' usnul slnlns :nul looking: furwzircl ln ai slu'c'l's:--
ful lumlwllvsnll NUJISUII, l,?ll1'l'll ul' llrzlrls, :nul unr
vluss 1l:nu'm'. Slll'K'l'NSl.lIl wzismx is :in llllill'Fhl1Ill'lIN'lIf
for llu' l'1'NllllS ul' llu' llzlmlwllmll NPIISUII, for in lliul
llll'llIUl'llllll' XVIII' llmligrlilmi haul il rlvaun slzulm' ul'
4'ig:hlcl'n l'Ul1Nl'l'lIllYl' wins :nul nam lrusws, llli'llllllllgI
lwu wins nv:-r llngrli Nlurmni fur llu' vily Ullilllllllllllf
ship. ll was ll4'1ll'lllI'l'2llilllg lhul lhzll grrvzil ll-:nn
vunlxl nul play in llu' Slziln' l'lx:i1l1piulul1ips, for il
wus llngrh NIUVMIIINA j'l'ElI' lu roprvwnl llulvigrli. Thus
wus lxrmlgxlil ulmnl llu' l'l1:lng,rl' in llu' vily slllxlrliv
syalvni for llu' j'l'2ll'H lu vunu- lhnl wunlll nut lvl lhis
lizippvn :igrziin ll wus Jllbll llu' yvzir lhzil llu' Swim
ming.: 'l's':nn won llu' Slslll' l'li:nnpiunsliip, :nul 5-l'Yl'l'2ll
ul' unr l'rn'shnu'n lmys cunlll lu' funiul nn lhnl winning:
l"ur llu' lirsl linu' in lgI'l!llf,Illlllll'5 Iiialnry junior
rursily l'lll'l'l'll'Jllll'I'N wrra' i'll'l'l4'1l. Lvluvrl' fll'l'l'l1
Jtilllllll' Curry, :nul fhris Vulvy l'l'lH'l'Sl'llll'il our vluss
nn llu' vigrhl nu'nllu-r sqnzul. ll'unlcl this liars' lu's'n
wlu'rs' llu' niigrlily Culvy NlJll'll'll his :illilvliv l'ilI'l'l'l'?,
l'l4lI'ly-llllll' wan llu' your for llu' Illt'l'llllgI nl' llu
Slulx' l,l'f,l'lNl2lllll'l'. Pzlgrs fruin llu' frmlnnzin class
wvrs' lliul lirlly znul Flycli' lhvlmiimm.
Lefl fo riyhl: Clyde ltohinson, l.eDare Hurst, .loe Moody, Mary Chappell, 'l'onnny Newton, Karen Jensen, Verne
t'aviness, Ann Shaw, Burt Veazy.
'l'he climax of our class activities eaine in April
with our annual class dance. Of course, the theme
was "April Showers." After that, most thoughts
were turned to tinal exams, what to do during the
sunnnerg and Ilooray, only one more year of l,atin
and no more phys. ed!!
Hy the fall of '49 we were heginning to feel like
"oldtimers" at Broughton. Going hack to school
wasn't so had after all . . . why, it was nice to he
hack and see old friends, compare suntans, and go
to the foothall games on Friday nights.
By Uetoher, though, suntans were heginning to
fade, and wc were confortahly hack in the "old
grind." The campaign spirit popped out as our class
elections hegan. ltohhy Caddy won the honor of
heing our sophomore class president. Others elected
were 'llll0lllZlS VVl1ite, vice-president, Eleanor Byrd,
secretary, Patsy Paulson, treasurer, and Phil John-
son, sergeant-at-arms. Selling pennants for all the
athletic events was the class project. At homecoming
Lenore Green was the sponsor t'or President Gaddy.
Very early in the year we realized we had quite
a writer in our midst, for Killian Middleton won
four hundred dollars worth of prizes and a trip to
thc YVorld Series hy giving the hest answer to the
question, "I like hasehall heeausef'
Gay Christmas holidays came quickly and were
naturally followed hy the "not so gay" mid-term
exams. Sophomore year is hiology year, and during
the spring more than one sophomore could he found,
diligently looking for a "ltanunenlus aeris" Cotherf
wise known as the eonunon huttereuplj for his or her
Election for Queen of Hearts was handled differ-
ently that year. Voting was carried on hy the indi-
vidual classes to choose their class representatives:
and the Senior Class, sponsor of the event, received
no profit, except from the foronation ltall. NVe
were proud of the pulehritude displayed hy our two
sophomore attendants when Ann Shaw and l.enoi'e
Green walked down the aisle to meet their escorts,
'l'homas XVhite and Verne Caviness.
St. Patriek's Day, March IT, was the oeeasion of
the year for us. 'l'hat night sophomores and other
Broughton students enjoyed dancing in a gym deco-
rated in green and white with huge HllZllllTUl'liS,
ln April the swimming team finished another suc-
Svc-lws from .ll 1' Il
vs-ssful st-uson. A list ot' tlu- sc:zson's honors llli'lllil1'd
lirsl pluvvs ill ilu' high Hl'llUUl division of tlu' South-
:-:istcrn lntm'i'svllolustir und tlu' Soutlu-rn Svllolzlstic'
nu-m-ts, iirst plzuw- in tlu- llulu- lnvitutionul, :intl 'Iirst
plana- in ilu- Stats- l'h:nnpionsliips. 'l'lu' llI'UIlliSlllgE
young: soplunnoro nuwnlwrs were Put l'lldritl,f:v, Billy
Stanton, Lynwood lfinlmnks, mul liolihy Ciudlly.
li.X'l'll'.Xl' signing lillvcl thosv lust fvw days, znul,
pi-rlmps, wa' lu-lil our lu-mls an littlm- hig:lu'r . . . Wltl
Wlflltlfl NUW l'l'l'l'lltl'l,,-XSSNIICNl
Wa- ra-turiu-tl to our junior yi-ur, tlu' lu-xt to lust
vlinph-r of our livvs ut llrougrhton, with at nvw out-
look, Nluturity :intl rn-:llity vnnu' :1 hit 1-lost-r wlu-n
wt' saw oltl frivnrls lvzlvc' for "Dm-stillutioll Korvuf'
or woiula-rm-tl wlu-rv tlu' hoy nvxt to us would lu- u
yt-:lr or two from now.
'l'lu- lim-y Vlnli wus tH'gI2llliZl'li znul tllrm- junior
hoys, liohlny lhuhly, 'l'onnny Kl'lllN'1iy, :uul .linnny
Stsinfortl, lu-cunu' vliurtvr lIN'lIllN'I'S.
Nllll'it'l'll lnnulrm-ml :nul fifty was Il yvur of cliullgvs,
4'l1:lng:m's, vlnlllgrcs vvvryu'lwl'm- ut lirougrhton. 'l'lu'
illi1'l'l'Sl'l'tPl'1' suhjt-rt was linully llllll0Y'SiUtlll, hut
just wlu-ro lo go on what cluys found us walking
:nrountl lilu- Sllllri'l't'hlllllt'll again. lint tlu- lxigggrc-st
inilignity wus sutl'1'r4-rl wlu'n wa- wt-rc told thut WIC
llxill to tulu- gzyln. liirls thought, 'ulllllli nu'nns lllj'
huh' will lu- straight lwim- :i wt-uk Jlfllllllwg :nul hoys
g:ro:nn'1l with ilu' thought of, "Ulu-rlin Roald, hers'
liflfrf Sfrvwl f'IIl'S.
l C'onu'!" llowm-vt'r, tlu' lu-w llliUI'-I't!lIllllllllli'Jliltill
wus n Ullllllgfl' that wus we-lconu-cl. 'l'lu- Studi-nt Coun-
cil wus not to lu- outtlonm' hy clnlngri-sg it pl't'sL'lltvtl
tlu- Stlulvnt Body with :I rt-viswl vonstitution, which
wus promptly rzltiiim-cl. 'l'lu- rm-vist-cl vonstitution gave-
hirth to :1 ns-w Sllllit'lli Counvil C'onnnitt4-0, ilu' Stu-
clvnt l'o-opvrzltivv l'4nnn1itt4'4'. 'l'lu' purposv of ilu-
volnlnittvt- wus to work with pupils znul fzlvulty in
striving to luring: tlu- stuilcnt hotly to accept grontrr
I'l'SIlUllSlllllll'l1'S with intm-grrity :nut clvpn-lulziluility. Not
ei vlmllgrn-, hut cle-finit:-ly, nvw wus tlu- pulxlivsntion of
tlu- lirougrhton litn-rziry nnlgzlxilu-, ll'ingw1l ll'nr1ls,
Manny juniors not only lu'l1u'1l get tlu' issiu- rmuly
for pul1lic'ution, hut :also Uontrilmtvcl t-xm-llt-nt pit-cvs
of vrvutivt- writing to it.
Svlc-vtions from tlu- "Mt'ssi:1li" hy tlu' Ulm- Vinh
:nut at short conu-dy, "lDon't Ulu-n 'l'ill i'ln'istn1zis,"
hy tlu' l.ittlt- 'lllll'?Iit'I' wvrc' lbl'l'hL'llit'll lo ilu- school
just lu-form' fllll'lhilIlJlS x':u'ntiong :intl juniors wvri-
lvusy with hoth 1n'ochu'tions. In llu- play uw-rv Anita
Fl:-tclu'r, l.4-norc Urs-4-n, Joannu' furry :nul lllivt'
Ilvccrnlu-r wus ow-rllowing: with :u'tivit'1-s. licsiclvs
lu'lping,5 with ilu' play :nut tlu' Ulm' l'luh progrrznn
juniors wvrt- found on tlu' stugrt' :nt tlu- KlXVillllS
lllillSll'l'l, tlvvorzltingr for tlu' xltllltljlflllll l'luh l,illN't'
mul tlu- Stumlvnt founvil Vliristnius llniuw-, nssistini:
tlu' Soviul Si1IlIliilI'liS :nul llospitulity l'olnlnilln-vs ut
.lu' lou for nm-w sludvnls, writing: for flu' Ili-Tinuuv.
Ind hringing food for ilu' Nlllllllffflllll i'luh's ll1'Q'lly
fzunily pi'o'lm'l. X'1ll'2lii1lll would lu' ll wvlvonu' rcsl,
hill vvvu lhul wus lille-d ilu' mzul whirl of dzuu'4's,
pzlrlivs, lrns, und lrips just didn'l lwivn' any linu'
lor 1'x:nn Nlllllylllg.
Xl 1' lound ilu' :5illlll'lllfl'Jll'llllj' grunu' :Ind llu' l.llll1'
l'lu':llm'r play, "'l'lu' Iiuhy Sitlvrf' g:rui4't'ul divvrsions
lflvr lhul long wvvk of slaying: noun' wilh hooks,
hooks, :ind morm' hooks. Uliw' Worth :ind Jimmy
lliggms wore' ilu' only juniors in "'l'lu' lizihy Silh'r."
llonorvd for llu'ir high slznulzlrds of 4'luir:u'h'r,
lm'zidm'rsllip, sm'rx'ix-v, :md scholurslnp :it ilu' l"m'hruzlry
lapping of ilu' llonor Sovivfy worm' Marion l.ois
l'r4's4-ott, liohin Fullvr, Billy Russ, und llvlcn Melv-
Hur h:nslu'ih:lll loam conlinuvll to lhrill us with
ls winning. .Xl llu' William Ncul liuynolds l'olis4'um,
liuls'Eg,:l1 plnycd il grzlnu' wilh Rocky Mount to arouse'
llu' vommunily inlvrvsl :ind spiril. liulvigrh won,
17-35. l.:il1'r, in NlJll'l'll, many lii'llllQIlli1lIiliL'S truv4'ln'cl
lo llllfllillll lo sm' liIllt'ljIll pl:u'm' svn-oiul in ilu' Slade'
l'luunpionships hy bowing: to Wihningrlon, G5-50, in
Spring: nu'zinl flu' Jlllllllill Nvw York 'l'rip, which
iuniors Alidu lillI'IlK'lli', filurviu Mc'K1'1'lil:ll1, und
vlill'ill2l l5zxrlu'r mzulvg Svrvicn' l'luh ind1u'lion for
iuniorsg :ind thi' Junior-Svnior prom. li1'4'og:nim'ml
ror ilu-n' 0lllSiilllllIilgI :ind unsolhsh svrvuu' lo ilu'
achool wcrn' 'l'ookiv lh'sm'rn, llohhy llauldy, Yvriu'
.lilYilll'5S, Billy Dozicr, Maury l'll1lIDlN'll, und .Nlidu
liill'lll'ii1'. Juniors :ind svniors cunu' on hoard tlu'
'S. S. lirougrhlon lin-lIe"' :ll ilu' class prom. 'l'lu'
whoh' QIXIII was nnlgriczilly tr:lnst'ornu'd inlo an show-
'uml of ilu' old Soulh.
ln April ilu' bludvnl QUllllL'Il ol lirougrhlon pluyvd
uusl lo ilu' l'cntr:il llislricl Sludvnl CUllll1'll Con-
:r4'ss. Juniors :lvlingr :ls otliviul hosls :ind hoslvssvs
for llu' 1'x'1'nl wore' YiL'l'-IlI'l'5iLl1'lll liohhy lisiddy, Ann
Shaw, Clydi' Robinson. llol Jonvs, Yt'l'llt' l'2lVill1'SS,
l.1'norm' llrmu-n, llvlvn Al1lj'Il2lI'1l, :ind liohin Fullvr.
Hur junior your was si working: yvzlr-c'sp1'c'ally
vilh vlnss pro,im'cls. From housi' io housm' wvnl "lhos1'
iunior hlllll'l'52lll'NlllK'llN l'IlillllhiilSlil'lllly svlling: nnlgzl-
ciiu- sulnsi-riplions with thi' l'llK'Ulll'ZljIilljJf thongrlit that
':u'h commission dollar would lu' droppvd into llu'
'hiss il'l'ilslll'y. Ulhur dollars cunu' our way wlu'n
wi' sold drinks all :ill llu' lmskcllmll grzinu's :ind plays.
ll ith an sigh ol rm'lu't wn' illlIAlll'il lhvsa' pro,uu'is und
pussvd llu'm on lo ilu' noxl ycur's junior class.
April prowd not to lu' "tho czlhn hvforn' flu' storm,"
fVl:ly. .-Xl l':nr1'4'r lilly :ind follvgri' Night NYC wvrv
llflhlljllll closvr lo llu' roulily of collvprv. 'l'lu' Shulvni
L'oulu'il signin sponsorvd il Sludvnl l.m':ul1'r's liamquvl.
'Xlso1'nll'I'l:liuinp! on ilu' liZllllllll'i idvu wus ilu' Spanish
Vinh. Playing in ilu' linlvigli l'i:xno l'lllS1'llllllL' wvrm'
iuniors liolwrln Dixon :md Jimmy Slsuulford. A
rig: vvrnl was llu' lli-Y minsirvl, "'l'lu' Spring: l"ollIm's
nl' NSI," whosn' m'o-:iuilior wus Holm liauldy. ln llu'
ninslrvl vhorus worm' lli-Y nu-mlu'rs 'l'ookic' llvsvrn,
liohhy Gzuldy, llzlviml llosh-llc-r, 'l'ommy lil'IlIlt'1lj',
llddim' l'olhr:1n, Burl x,l'llZt'j'., :uul Pall l'1ldridgx1'.
During: llu' sumnwr wi' wclu' proud to svnd four
wt' ilu' 0lIlSiilll1llllj1' nu'mlu'rs of our rluss lo l'l'lll'l'Nl'lll
us :ll various l'llllli1'l'l'lll'l'h. .Nlidu liEll'll1'ill' wus choscn
lo nllvnd Girls' Slallv. .'kiil'lllliHjI lioys' Shih' wvri'
l'ooki4' livsvrn und liolbhy Gsuldy. liohhy was
'l4'4'h'ml li1'lliK'lIJllli-g'1lYl'I'llUI'1 und. :ls an rvsull of lhnl.
he was one of two delegates from North Carolina
to attend Boys' Nation in Washington, D. C. The
Good-Fellows of Raleigh sponsored Verne Caviness
on a trip to Washington, D. C., New York, and
Boston. While in New York, Verne visited the United
Nations Assembly. '
The Raleigh tankers again came through with
flying colors. They repeated their past two year's
records with the winning of the Southeastern Inter-
scholastic and Southern Interscholastic Meets at
Atlanta and Chapel Hill, the Duke Invitational, and
the State Championship.
"Greddy Wins Council Election on Nominations"
ran a banner headline in the May issue of the Hi-
Times. Again our Bobby had proven himself a leader
among leaders and became the third person in
Broughton history to win the Student Council presi-
dency on nominations. Not to be forgotten for their
share of Council honors were Verne Caviness, ser-
geant-at-arms, and Billy Dozier, treasurer.
"May the good Lord bless and keep you,
Whether near or far away,
May you find that long awaited Golden Day to-
da . . .
We sdyng those words to our farewell song written
by Ellen Bonner at the last assembly. They were
no longer seniors, we had taken their place. Our
Senior Story, the last chapter of our lives at Brough-
ton, yet remained to be written.
One-hundred and 81 days have a way of passing
very quickly, especially when you wish they would
not. Another year at Broughton has become a chap-
ter past in the history of a wonderful school and
none realize the finality of this year quite so acutely
as the Seniors. For them 1952 has shown progress,
co-operation, and accomplishment.
Do you remember? The story of our last, and
perhaps our greatest year, began when ....
A perfect summer had flown quickly by and 8:45
on Tuesday morning, September 4 came all to soon
for most of us. Those long relaxing hours in the
classroom which supposedly would not be so relaxing.
As seniors, which we neither realized or felt, we began
our last first day at Broughton with mixed emotions
of sentimentality and relief. It couldn't be us to
whom those new Sub-freshmen were looking up!
How could we explain to them that we were almost
as lost as they were, what with all the new improve-
ments that had been made around the school during
the summer. The library with its bright red circular
seats took our breath away and so did the remodelel
office, but for an entirely diferent reason. Everyone
remarked about the row of chairs lined up against
the long corridor wall-just the place to wait com-
fortably for an important conference with Mr. Gale.
The strains of "Pomp and Circumstancei' will
haunt us forever, for it heralded our 'first official
entrance to Assembly as Seniors. We tried to laugh
like we were old hands at this, but with all eyes
upon us as we marched slowly into the auditorium,
many felt a lump rise in his throat.
Every group must have its leader and when class
elections rolled around we voted Clyde Robinson
the person most capable and deserving of the posi-
tion of Senior Class president. Joyce Carpenter was
elected secretary, David Smith, sergeant-at-Arms,
and Catherine Coley, treasurer. Later in the year
when Catherine resigned, Betsy Swain filled her
p VVith a rousing "Yea, teamj' our vivacious senior
cheerleaders, Lenore Green, Ann Shaw, Dot Jones,
Y ----- -ZW ----- --Wi -- -1 -v-.-.--.
and Joanne Curry led us into football season, a
better season perhaps than Raleigh had seen in
several years. True, we lost a few games, but even
better, remember the night we all lost our voices
when the Caps beat Durham or the night we tied
VVilmington. When the end of the season rolled
around, the awards came thick and fast to Brough-
ton seniors on the team. Co-Captain, Chris Coley
made All-Eastern, Bud Kelly received the Ambas-
sador Theater's award for the "Most Valuable
Player,', and Verne Caviness got the new "Sports-
October was indeed a full month at Broughton.
The first issue of the Hi-Times came out under the
capable management of Arlene Griset, Clyde Robin-
son created school-wide interest in the editorials
which were definitely both to the point and quite
While the majority of the girls in school were
rejoicing because they did not have to take showers
after phys ed due to the water shortage, the Seniors
went ahead with their plans for the Little Brother-
Sister Week. In order to make the sub-freshman feel
more a part of the school, each one of us adopted
an eighth grader and entertained them all at a dance
in the gym one Friday afternoon and then later at
a J. V. football game.
October also brought Fair Week and Raleigh's
panda bear population became greatly increased.
The medical profession did a booming business the
day after the holiday given to all the public schools.
NVhy is it that foot-long hot dogs and cotton candy
are always so conducive to tummy aches? We all
Who will dispute that Homecoming is one of the
outstanding events of the year? This year the parade
was on Friday afternoon and we battled successfully
against Burlington Saturday night. Enthusiasm was
at its usual high peak around school and hard work
and original ideas made the big parade a huge suc-
cess. Another mark in our win column was responsi-
ble for the success of the game. Need more be said?
November found us holding our sides and laughing
heartily at the Little Theater's production of Men
Are Like Streetcars, directed by Miss Sparks, patron
saint of the dramatics department. This comedy
concerning teen-age love complications starred such
seniors as: Arlene Griset, Bill Howell, Pat Liles, Lee
Garner, Bill Ragsdale, Bill Crisp, Sandra Goe, and
Upon Mr. Gale's recommendation we accepted as
our Senior Class project the sponsoring of a produc-
tion of The Tempest, to be given by the London
Touring Players. The performance was scheduled
for February 4-, but later we had to change the date
to March 4, due to some slight difliculties. However,
the spirit of willingness and co-operation with which
the class tackled the ticket sales for this was some-
thing to be proud of.
It was time to dedicate our annual and it took us
only a short time to decide that no two persons
were more deserving than Mr. Gale and Mr. Holiday,
for these two men had guided our development as
a class and as individuals. The hours that they had
spent working with all of us extended far beyond
those covered by the average school day, and we
wanted to show our appreciation.
After an impressive Thanksgiving chapel program,
four days of welcome vacation followed. We all
revitalized our little selves with lots of turkey, par-
ties, sleeping and no books because the days from
then to Christmas would be busy ones.
When the Monogram Club erected their food bin
in the front hall, it was a sure sign that Christmas
was on its way. Soon the canned goods and produce
began to pile up and as usual their drive to help
needy families in Raleigh was a huge success: The
Club also successfully held their annual Christmas
dance in the gym.
A week later we were all rolling crepe paper again
for the Student Council dance which was informal
this year and a bigger success than ever. Why even
Santa Claus fMorrison Hogwoodj was there!
The true meaning of the Yultide season filled our
hearts as we rose to the Hallelujah Chorus, sung by
the mixed chorus at the Christmas assembly. The
organ, which was so kindly lent to us by Mr. E. R.
Poole, greatly enriched our enjoyment of the pro-
VVl1en we returned to school on January 3, 1952,
all we could say was "Now it's really our year."
We had felt rather strange being Seniors in '51, but
now the year had turned, the class of '52 was really
on top. A few weeks later we toppled from our
perch, exams had come. We plowed through these
and happily found ourselves on top once more.
A little late in addressing Christmas cards, but
still definitely very useful was the Student Telephone
Directory put out by the Juniors which arrived with
the new year.
Recognition came again to three Seniors when the
Honor Society held their tapping in the second se-
mester. Linda Piland, Elizabeth Floyd, and Dacosta
Stephenson became the proud new owners of the
gold pins with the torch on them.
In much flourish and fan-fare, Lenore Green was
crowned Queen of Hearts of 1952. For two days
she reigned supreme with her maid-of-honor, Ann
Shaw, and surrounded by her court. Senior attendants
were: Louisa Mordecai, Faye Oliver, and Marcia
McKeeman. Saturday night they danced under the
light of a huge red heart which illuminated the gym.
This was probably the biggest thrill of the year for
all of these girls.
It was difficult to pick out of our wonderful class,
ten people who were exceptional in the five fields
in which we elect superlatives. Bobby Gaddy and
Patsy Paulson were chosen Mr. and Miss Needham
Broughton because they so well exemplified the all-
round student with the high characteristics that
Broughton stands for. For their prowess in sports
and their high standards of sportsmanship, Bud
Kelly and Kathleen Matthews were elected Sports
superlatives. To Clyde Robinson and Helen May-
nard belonged the highest averages in the senior
class and they automatically became our Scholarship
superlatives. There wasn't much that Verne Cavi-
ness and Ann Shaw couldn't do and didn't do to
improve and support our school, so we voted them
Versatility superlatives. With their fine looks and
personality, Nancy Linville and Tommy Kennedy
rarely miss a dance or party and they became our
Beau and Belle.
So much happened in March that we can't re-
member whether it came or went like a lamb or a
lion, but we do recall hearing about a group of
students that went to New York like lions and re-
turned awed and quiet like little lambs. Probably
one of the most anticipated events of the year is
the trip to New York taken every year by many
seniors and journalism students. It is both educa-
tional and entertaining, taking in several musicals
as well as trips to the U. N. and the ferry boat ride
to Staten Island.
Those who didn't go to New York, invaded Durham
that weekend as Raleigh played the State Tourna-
ment there. With the tournament over, the weary
travelers returned from New York laden with
souvenirs fswiped and otherwise, and their Easter
April brought us Easter Sunday, spring, and among
other things, the Hi-Y minstrel. We couldn't help
but laugh at the hilarious slapstick that took place
in a Gay Nineties "milk" bar room where the first
act of the Minstrel was held. Bud Kelly, Bubber
Jordon, Verne Caviness, Chris Coley, David Smith,
John Wray, Heath Pemberton, and Bill Russ, all
of whom had been initiated during the year took part
in the show which will always be remembered as a
tremendous success. As if this wasn't enough for
one year, the Hi-Y dance followed two weeks later.
We realized that our days of rolling crepe paper
were over at Broughton as we watched the juniors
decorate for the Jr.-Sr. This dance was in honor
of us. We were the Seniors. It was so hard to
Realization hit us hard as wc finished our final
exams and Senior week began. Our caps and gowns
arrived, pictures were being taken madly and every-
one had a party. This was what we had been looking
forward to all year, but it came so fast. Our gaiety
was intermingled with moments of reminiscence and
sadness. VVe voted for Bill Beaty to succeed our
own Bobby Gaddy. We received our annuals before
all the rest of the students and we put out our special
and our last edition of the Hi-Times. Class night and
senior assembly were perhaps the saddest moments of
all because for the first time we felt the finality of it
all. Graduation would be just an anti-climax. We
hoped and prayed that Bobby and Clyde would
express in the farewell addresses the deep emotions
and the appreciation that we all felt in our hearts.
However you seldom realize how much your high
school years mean to you until the last few days
and then they pass as quickly through your thoughts
as they did in reality.
What does the class feel as it realizes that it will
soon have cut its last caper in the Broughton halls?
That's hard to say, but a group of people, even
if they never spoke a word to each other, could not
spend even a year together without feeling a certain
aflinity. When a group has spent two, three, or four
years working towards the same goals and sharing
common interests, there's a very strong bond. Natur-
ally it is difficult to realize that next winter the
members of this bond and team will be scattered
all over the country, each working for a different
team and purpose. Naturally it is also diiiicult to
realize that Broughton will continue to exist after
the departure of ",52." By the time the Senior class
graduates it has had its finger in practically every
school activity, and it is strange to think that the
dyke will not break when the finger is removed. But
our chief emotion is that of thanks to Broughton, for
Broughton has opened to us so many new vistas,
mentally, physically, and spiritually. As one we raise
a voice which says, "Thank you Broughton, for you
have given us something rich and rewarding for the
past and present, but what is so much more, you
have touched our hearts with fire and we shall look
upward and climb."
Queen of Hearts
lmfl In riyflll: Skipper Sf:lnsln1ry, Ulydm- liolvinsun, lm mu- Urs-4-n, Judy I+'ri1-rllu-rg, l lrul nm I run
lllrcill of flflllfll
SU 141 VV1LLE'l".l'E KAY ZEIGLER LAN DROM MAN N I N G
MARY IIl'lI,l'1N CROSS
ALICIC SMITH NICLLA l'l'RRING'1'UN BARBARA DAVIDSON
Mr. and Miss Needham Broughton
I'A'1'RlCIA ANN PAVLSON ROl3l'lR'l' EIJXVIN GADIJY, .IR
XXX 3I.X1i'l'IX SHAW YICKNIC S'l'Rl'IlWIl'li LXXYIX
Beau and Belle
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RT NIAYNAIID l'I.Yl7l'l UDICLI. ROBIN
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BLAIR JOHNSON VIRGINIA I'I,YDI'1 IS
and some of the
things they do
Telephone girls enjoy interesting
and important jobs in a growing
Operators using modern equip-
ment provide world-wide communi-
cation. - Service Representatives
handle customer contacts in our
business offices. - Stenographers,
Typists and Clerical workers per-
form important and specialized jobs
in all departments.
If good pay-friendly associates
your own age-paid vacations-
sickness benefits and frequently
scheduled raises appeal to you-
why not come in and talk with us
about a position with the Telephone
Southern Bell Telephone 6' Telegraph Company
"Husband," said the professors wife.
"Yes, my dear."
L'Who is this Violet Ray you are always talking about?"
Saint Mary's School and Junior College
RICHARD G. STONE, President
RALEIGH, NORTH CAROLINA
High school graduates are offered two years standard college. The
curriculum also includes 11th and 12th grades high school work. All
academic courses fully accredited by Southern Association.
Excellent courses in art, business, expression, home
economics, and music departments with
tuition included in general charge.
Twenty-Acre Campus-Field Sports-Tennis-- Gymnasium
Indoor Tiled Swimming Pool - Golf -- Horseback Riding.
Write for catalogue and view-book
Best Wishes From
ll0IlTH 0llll0LIllA EQUIPMENT 00.
Construction, Industrial, and Logging Equipmentg
Equipment Contractors' and Municipal
Nlnternational Diesel Poweru
Raleigh Wilmington Charlotte
Greenville Guilford Asheville
Eleanor B.: When a man starts to talk he never stops to think.
Vern C.: And when a woman starts to talks she never thinks to stop.
Virginia, did you sweep the room out?'
No, Mother, I swept the dirt out and le
ft the room."
BIEMANN 81 ROWELL
HEATING and PLUMBING
401 W. Martin Street
THE ONE FOR '52
Congratulations to the
GUARANTEED USED CARS
Sales and Service
419 S. Wilmington Street
A FRIEND 7214 PHONE 2.2131
J. S. BowERs
BOWERS CONSTRUCTION COMPANY
WHITEVILLE and RALEIGH
F. W. DICKINSON
R. E. LEACH
Billy D.: Does your girl know much
Richard D.: Goodness, no. She asked me if I cooled my c
ar by stripping the gears.
Harriet A.: Did you write this poem yourself?
Ellen B.: Glad to meet you, Elizabeth Barrett Browning, I thought you had been dead
for a hundred years.
Co. of Georgia
Paints, Varnishes, Lacquers,
Leads, Oils, Enamels,
Brushes, and Painters'
Yozfll Like Our Servicen
Equipped to Handle Any
Specialties Book Binding
302 S. Salisbury Street
RALEIGH N. C. 115 West Hargett Street
THE DRIVE-IN GRILL
Open From 7 A.M. to I2 P.M.
IIO CAR PAVED PARKING
J O H N N Y' S
Enjoy the Hours from 5 P.M. to I A.M.
On U.S. No. I, North of City Limits
RALEIGH, N. C.
Don't marry for money: you can borrow it cheaper.
Tommy K.: Do you think that I am stuck up?
Admiring girls: No, why?
Tommy: People as good-looking as I am usually
WALLER AND SMITH
OAK LEAF and
12 East Hargett Street
D. P. WATKINS
Tom Huston Peanut Co.
Try Our Peanut Butter and
They Always Taste Better
Always Ask for Toms
Simply Superior . . . For Those
Who Can't Be Bothered with
Second Best . . .
Maslercraft Stage Equipment
Draperies - Shades
National School Supply Co., Inc.
NATIONAL FILM SERVICE
14-20 Glenwood Ave. Raleigh
. Standard Junior College Courses.
. General Junior College Courses.
. Two-year Standard Courses in Home Economics.
. One- and Two-year Commercial Courses fCregg Systemj.
. Two Years of High School Work.
Special Courses in Art, Music, Etc.
WILLIAM C. PRESSLY, President
Morrison H.: What is the difference between ammonia and pneumonia?
W M.: S h .
arren earc me ' '
Morrison: Why, ammonia comes in bottles and p
neumonia comes in chests.
L. H.: What has eighteen legs and catches flies?
Clyde R.: A baseball team.
Public Service Company of North Carolina, Inc.
THE GAS COMPANY
217 Hillsboro Street 1 Raleigh
Asheville Dallas Kannapolis
Chapel Hill Durham Raleigh
Concord Gastonia Statesville
"Naturally It's Gas"
"Kassins Linen Shop"
STONE'S PARKING LO'I
Fayetteville and Cabarrus
Best? Wishes Jefferies Jewelry Co., Inc.
CAPITAL CLUB SODA 137 S. Salisbury Street
SHOP RALEIGH, N. C.
KRAMER'S Best Wishes to
The House of Diamonds
The Seniors of 1952
PINE DRUG COMPANY
The Best of Congratulations
Wishes To The Class of '52
MeLEOD 81 WATSON MORRIS JEWELRY
Thanks for Your Potronoge ond
Best Wishes to Closs of i952
16 West Hargett Street : Cameron Village
RALEIGH, N. C.
Joyce: Why are you wearing your socks inside out?
Buddy: My feet were hot and mother told me to turn the hose on them.
Jimmy S.: My, that's nice perfume you have on. What is it called?
Precilla C.: Woodue.
Jimmy S.: Would you??'?'?
Best Wishes Congratulations
To the Class Class of 1952
THRIFTY FOOD AND SUPPLIES
RAWLS MOTOR COMPANY
4-O5-7 Fayetteville Street
Congratulations DIXIE CLEANERS
DAIRIESI INC. 510 W. Martin Street
II Phone 3-4431
Where there is a will, there's a relative.
Charles S.: Did you kiss that beautiful doll last night?
Billy S.: No. After taking her to a mhow and to eat, I thought I had done enough for
H Sz H TIRE
. RETREADING CO.
C0"g""mla"""s RECAPPING 1 VULCANIZING
Class of 1952 119 East Davie Street
McCreary Tires and Tubes
N C FOR ANY AND ALL
' ' TYPES OF WOODWORK
CORP. MARTIN MILLWORK co.
200 Harrison Avenue
RALEIGH, N. C.
"Complete Ojice Equipment
P. 0. Box 261 FIRST-CITIZENS
118i52EL1Zi.?fii?3?tfeet BANK as TRUST
WILSON UZZLE, INC. ,,
421 Fayetteville Street
Same Block as Sir Walter
Used Car Dept. Servicev
Can anyone remember 'way back when an automobile parked and people got out?
Miss Cannon: Why don't you answer when I call your name?
Sleepy Student: I nodded my head.
Miss Cannon: You don't expect me to h
ear it rattle all the way up here. do you?
VISIT THE NEW
"For the Best in Foods"
South Wilmington Street
RALEIGH, NORTH CAROLINA
301 West Martin Street
"Air Conditioned for
THE BORDEN COMPANY
WHITE DAIRY PRODUCTS
RALEIGH, NORTH CAROLINA
Com limen s of
For F. c. "IgOC"t JONES
Quality Printing Service Blu-'ARD PAR'-OR
4308 Western Blvd.
RALEIGH, NORTH CAROLINA
219W S. Wilmington Street
1217 Hillsboro Street
Matthew's Shade Company
"Ask Those We've Sold"
Manufacturers of Venetian Blinds
Shades : Awnings
104 Glenwood Avenue Dial 3-5503
John S.: They had to shoot poor little Fido today.
Bill R.: Was he mad?
John S.: Well, he wasn't too pleased.
There was a man from Nantucket,
Who kept all his cash in a bucketg
But his daughter, named Nan,
Ran away with a man,
And as for the bucket, Nantucket.
JOB P. WYATT 6' SONS CO.
HARDWARE -:- PAINTS
SEEDS -:- INSECTICIDES
325-331 South Wilmington Street
P I N E S T A T E
MILK.. .DAIRY PRODUCTS . . . ICE CREAM
"Build Better Healthn
With Nature,s Most Nearly Perfect Food
PINE STATE CREAMERY
426 Glenwood Avenue
Silas C.: An awful lot of girls are stuck on me
Eddie C.: They must be an awful lot.
"And what foreign language is that Broughton halfback studying in high school?"
VICTORY RE TAURA T
Finest in Food and Beverages
CHRIS DAVIS, Proprietor
ACCREDITED liberal arts college: Southern Association of
Colleges and Secondary Schools, American Association of Uni-
versity Women, Association of American Universities.
PROGRESSIVE educational program in terms of Christian
character and service. Distinguished record of student honors.
Excellent library facilities. Effective honor system.
ATTRACTIVE location in Raleigh, uthe educational center of the
Statef' Beautiful campus of 170 acres. Modern fireproof dormi-'
tories with generous provisions for social activities.
Write for catalogue and folder of views
CARLYLE CAMPBELL, President
RALEIGH, NORTH CAROLINA
A shoulder strap is a piece of ribbon worn to keep an attraction from becoming a sensation
Bobby G.: Lcnore, dearest. l'm burning with love for you.
Lenore G.: Come, now, Bobby don't make a fuel of yourself.
A M B U L A N C E CONGRATULATIONS
222 W. Hargett Street
RALEIGH, NORTH CAROLINA
"Raleigh's F inest"
South Salisbury Street
HENRY CAUDLE, Prop.
Oak City Laundry
ODORLESS DRY CLEANING
436 S. Salisbury Street
wil" HEAR AGAIN?
Ask about the Revolutionary New
K Q MONO-PAC
ln-llnll lloarlng All
Beltone - MADDREY CO.
ODD FELLOWS TEMPLE
RALEIGH, N. C.
Barber Qto Jimmy EJ: What will you have, a haircut or just the oil changed?
Miss Cogdell: A fool can ask questions a wise man can't answer.
"Sluggo": No wonder we failed our examinations.
NATIONAL PURE FOOD Conizfggfgfons
DIAL 2-4186 CORPORATION
208 East Martin Street
RALEIGH, NORTH CAROLINA
1211 Hillsboro Street
RALEIGH, NORTH CAROLINA
GUS RUSSQS Cangratulations
HATTERS - CLEANERS S-mfs
'2.i,5'.'E2?:,ii:.S5?d W- M- LYNN
J. S. KOONCE FURN. CO.
Faires Trailer Co., Inc.
DIAL 3-1874 .
Ill Martin Street 5212 HlllSb0f0 Rd-
CARY BILLIARDS To The Seniors of 1952
When in Raleigh Visit B' JOHNSON
Best Wishes to the
G. G. S. DEPT. STORE
Say It With Flowers-
Say lt With Ours
WEDDINGS A SPECIALTY
DAY PHONE 8831
Special Discount to Students
Mrs. E. H. Holloway, Floral Artist
1201 Hillsboro St. Raleigh, N. C.
TAYLOR BISCUIT CO.
Makers of Famous
TAILORED TO TASTE
Robin F.: I ate bullets so my hair would come out in bangs.
Frank H.: Did anyone ever tell you how wonderful you are?
Sally H.: I don't think anyone ever did.
Frank H.: Then l'd like to know how and when you got the idea.
PHQN E 2-402Q-
dr NE 7178
Congratulations Compliments of
Senior Class of 1952 SUPERIOR
"f STONE COMPANY
PET and HOBBIES
109 W. Martin Street
RALEIGH, NORTH CAROLINA
RALEIGH, NORTH CAROLINA
PATRUNIZE CIUR ADVERTISERS
Mrs. Walter: I see in the paper where nine teachers and one student were killed.
Pat E.: Poor fellow!
We don't believe it either. You are not
too young to take your place in the
progressive economy that distinguishes
America. You are not too young to plan
and work to make a future dream come
true. Part of your plan should be an
early decision regarding life insurance
because rates are relatively low when
you're young. Your own business future
might lie in the field of insurance service
to your friends and neighbors. We, here
at Occidental, know that it's a mighty
satisfying way to make a good living.
Meanwhile, whether it,s on to college or
the business world - our best wishes for
your success go with you.
LAURENCE F. LEE. PRESIDENT
John W.: She said she'd be faithful to the end,
Decosta S.: Well, that sounds good.
John W.: Yeah, but I'm the quarterback.
Q. F GLASSES
j ig ..AGIRL'S '
,T I .f BEST ERIEND1'
Q See better - feel bfttef -
Q 1 k h , it 1 'L
W A T illaijsses Simiinineelll lc
lToday's iasllion-designed glasses will accen-
tuate your lsest features, and help you
soften the others.
. d RALEIGH
NI S e ul ag,s CHARLOTTE
Best of Luck to the
Graduating Class of 1952 Congratulations
WOODARD S To The Senior Class of
SERVICE STATION 1952
Paggonize UNITED ARTS
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"The Ham Makes it Different"
A lot of automobile accidents occur from a driver hugging the wrong curves.
G.: You look like Helen Brown.
ry E.: I look even worse in grey.
WAYSIDE FURNITURE CO.
KIMBRELL'S FURNITURE CO.
DR. A. R. TUCKER
MOTHER AND DAUGHTER STORES
7 UP BOTTLING CO.
J. E. PEARSON
t tb nice to be a calendar and have a date every night?
e student gets the LATIPAC,
e school gets the fame,
e printer gets the money,
e editor gets the blame.
AMERICAN ZORIC CLEANERS
BRAWLEY JEWELRY Co
ECKERD'S DRUG STORE
T. I-I. BRIGGS AND SONS, INC
FIVE POINTS SODA SHOP
EFIRD'S DEPARTMENT STORE
FRIENDLY FRUIT STORE
r. Kinney: Did I hear the clock strike three when you left last night
B ll C.: Yes sir. lt was going to strike eleven, but I stopped it b f t ld k y
h all the Mexican drunkard?
Mrs. Walter: What did t ey c
Bud K.: Souse of the border.
You Are Never Too Young To Plan
Your Own General Electric Kitchen
With MATCHED APPLIANCES
The Appliances Most Young Wome
n Want Most
Visit Your Nearest G-E Dealer
RALEIGH CHARLOTTE GREENSBORO
R k Mount Goldsboro
Raleigh Durham oc y
Jean R.: Did you hear what the burglar got that broke into the Pik
Virginia B.: Yeah, pledged.
Father: Are they strict at Broughton?
Son: Well, one fellow died in class, and they propped him up until the lecture ended.
THE DNE FUR '52
POWELL-STEWART MOT0lI 00.
GUARANTEED USED CARS
Sales and Service
419 S. Wilmington Street
CIRCLE OIL CO., INC.
PURE OIL PRODUCTS
Service Since 1836
115 Hillsboro Street
ROBERT W. WYNNE, JR., Manager
E F. D. CLINE For the Very Latest
in all Types of
CONSTRUCTION SPORTING EQUIPMENT
COMPANY Come to
PAVING and CONCRETE HILI-'S'
CONTR South Wilmington Street
6 East Davie Street RALEIGH, NORTH CAROLINA
DIAL 3-1918 DIAL 8172
Richard D.: Did you put the cat out?
Betty D.: No, is it on fire?
Miss McDearman: Can you tell me anything about the great chemists of the seven
Steve N.: They're all dead ma'am.
Compliments of W. H. King Drug Co.
0 Wholesale Druggists
Bell Bakeries, lnc.
The House of Friendly and
BELL BREAD op ""'
and Confidence at
CAKE Drug Store
Thirst, too, seeks
CAPITAL CDCA-COLA COMPANY
CONN-GOWER PONTIAC COMPANY
Sales and Service
She: l'm Suzette, the Oriental dancer.
A son at college wrote his father:
"No mon, no fun, your son."
The father answered:
"How sad, too bad, your dad."
HONEYCUTT FRUIT 81 PRODUCE CO.
W H o L E s A L E
TELEPHONE 5 817
CADILLAC -:- OLDSMOBILE
USED CAR DEPARTMENT DIAL 3-8083
WILSON UZZLE, INC.
421 Fayetteville Street
Same Block as Sir Walter Hotel
Ferg uson's Hardware
2904 Hillsboro Street
2-3030 : PHONES : 2-4877
Gene Moring Florist
2008 Fairview Road DIAL 7666
ALEXANDER WELDING fr
518 Pershing Road Raleigh, N. C.
MANLY C. BRITT CO.
Real Estate Sales - Hazard Insurance
Raleigh, N. C.
CITY WIDE DELIVERY
EVERETT DIXON 8:
L. M. fSm0kieJ DODD, Owners
3108 Hillsboro Street
PHONE 3-3286 Raleigh, N. C.
p ' I Z
ARTCRAFT SIGN CO.
Lettering - Displays - Offset Silk Screen
Phone 5058 Raleigh, N. C.
"A Select School Since 1924"
Fall Term-September 1 and I5
Late Fall Term-October 6
Dot J.: What kind of husband would you advise me to get?
Susie B.: You get a single man and let the husbands alone.
Bud K.: Mr. Gale says he is going to stop smoking in the school.
Phil J.: Huh! Next thing he'll be asking us to stop it, too.
126 Fayetteville Street
RALEIGH, N. C.
Raleiglfs Smartest Shop
A ir Conditioned
We Specialize in
408 Hillsboro St. Raleigh, N. C.
PHONE 9224 - 7867
POWELL Er GRIFFIS
2414 Hillsboro Street
CLARK ART SHOP
VENETIAN BLINDS SHADES
GROCERIES MEATS CARPETING
Free Delivery 300 Glenwood Ave. Phone 8319
Dave Humphreys FLQWERS
Phone 4-18 I 2
J. J. FALLON Co., INC.
"We Grow the Flowers We Sell"
SALES and RENTALS PRINTERS
210 South Salisbury Street
219 South Salisbury Street
A wedding is a funeral where you smell your own flowers.
NEWEST OF THE
A NEW CHAMPIUN
in the low price field
A NEW COMJ!L4NDER
120 -horsepower V8
Exciting jet-streamed styling!
Spectacular '52 performance!
Remarkable gas economy!
MERRIMAN MOTORS, INC.
116-128 East Morgan Street
RALEIGH, NURTI-I CAROLINA
Miss Penny: Tell me one or two things about John Milton.
Billy R.: Well, he got married and he wrote Paradise Lost. Then his wife died, and he
wrote Paradise Regained.
Best Wishes to the
Graduating Class of 1952
D U RH A M L I F E
"We Protect the Familyi'
HOME OFFICE RALEIGH, N. C.
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Miss McDearman: Bebop, what does HNO3 signify?
"Bebop" W.: Well, ah, er'r-I've got it right on the tip of my tongue, Miss McDearman.
Miss McDearman: Well, you'd better spit it out. It's nitric acid.
Mrs. Sandling: Carol this is the fifth day this week you'vc been late. What have you to
say about this?
Carol B.: l'm glad this 1 Friday.
POWER 8: LIGHT
Shirley M.: Why do gangsters go to school?
Tommy K.: To learn their triggernometry.
t take my umbrella this morning.
Miss Runnion: Iforgot 0
Billy H.: When did you miss it?
Miss Runnion: When l reached up to close it after the rain stopped.
3, ELSIE sAYs-
f If lt's BORDENS
-A, SQ It s got to be good!
White Dairy Products Division
ALL FORMS OF TITLE INSURANCE
H24 Hour Service"
' I Standard Title Insurance Agency, lnc.
2016 Cameron Street Cameron Village
RALEIGH, NORTH CAROLINA
Raleigh's Shopping Center
"Your Happy Motoring Store
Hayes Barton Grocerteria Comer of Oberlin Road
SUPER VALUE MARKET and Clark Avenue in
C'l,' W'I D I' Q Phone 2-3917 '
'fzfjzlflegizxiew Cameron Vfffagf
Mr. Desern: Would you ever tell me a lie, son?
Tookie: Yes, father.
' You are truthful after all. Here is a dime.
Mary Anne J.:
Mary Anne J.-:
When was Rome built?
Who told you that?
You did. You said Ro
me wasn't built in a day.
J. M. EDWARDS
Compliments of . . .
SHOE STORE A
12 East Martin Street rmso ron rms msulamr
DIAL 2-3620 DALEIGH
Congratulations to thc Class of '52
Krispy-Kreme Doughnut Co.
C HAM B L E E
Morrissett's Esso Service
"Our Care Saves Wear"
Atlas Tires, Batteries and Accessories
28I2 Hillsboro Street Dial 9241
Congratulations to the Seniors
J. MARSHALL BARBER
304 Raleigh Building
"Your New Yofk Life Man is a
Good Man to Know"
M I L KY
Gpposite Broughton High School
on St. Mory's Street
LOAFERS 8: SADDLES
Jane Y.: You remind me of the ocean.
Tommy S.: Wild, romantic, and restless?
Jane Y.: No, you just make me sick.
Ann S.: What was your brother in college?
B tV.: A h lf-b k.
ur a ac
Ann S.: I mean in studies.
Burt V.: Oh, in studies he was away back.
HoIden's Amoco Service
429 Salisbury St.
219 N. Dawson St. Phono 75
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