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

 - Class of 1953

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RIZRER.-xII W,xI.sTuN, AB. .S'I'I'1'e'f111f1' :iff MIss MIf1I Issx S'I'RII'I'IIIeR, .-XB. Lam' MIss NAN S. XVII RINs4IN, .-XB. 1JI'!IIlIIlfIi1',Y MRs. XYIRGINIA S. SWAIN, BS., MS. llmm' EI'mI1mII'I'.s' iX4R. N4lRI"l,b1l4I'l' E. LTNIIIQRWIIIIII, XJR., BS. MR. A. R. XN'II.scIN, M..AX. l'lI1'.I'I'I'rIl lfffllfllflillll am! Ilmlllz .'i!lQt'!7IYl I"nml mm, lqfl la riglzl: Mrs. l"onvi1lc', Miss Runnion, Mrs. Rout, Mrs. Polic-I', Miss Clogdvll. Slu1Ir1'I1Ivg: Mrs. l'I-:uw Miss FII1chcI', Mrs. Banks, Mr. Kahdy. hir. Underwood, Mrs. Clayton. 11 Sedan! Zaman! I mu-s Ip. Hl'lL1'QS ss- O, S: Ilill'I'SlJIl I 1 llvcl C.:l1'11:l 1 lcrm Alilfllll Iuwpll c:l1lI'li II Cf. Gillis I rwls l'mx'1'll N. Hzlrrlm-I Prvss 12 gif mesdm-m-w 'SP fm +5x 4" 3. .iii- U. 3 D f 3' 4 X iff . Y Am Seam 66444 af 7753 em477Z4m Alina Mater, we salute thee, Bounteous giver hear our praise For within thy walls weave garnered Gifts enriching all our daysg Opportunity for friendship, Guidance in our quest for truth Faith through all our grave endeavo Understanding love of youth. These our gifts, O Alma Mater, XVe shall cherish through the days Striving still through high endeavor Thus to render thee our praise. 14 I' st tml :tt tht' tliwsliolcl ol' il ucw and clillk-rt-ut xxorlcl. NYU nrt' ll'ilX'lIlQ on om' siclv ol' this thrvsholcl our livt' f'l'2lI'S ol' work zxucl nclivitivs zlt Blilllglllllll. Ou tht' otlicr siclc stzuucls our l-lllllI'l'S. this pair! ul' our livvs lmclmiuclz lmut wt- will strivt' to clu our lwst wl1c'x'cx't-1' wt- go or in wluitvxvl' ut' clu, so llrotiglituu will always lx' proucl of us. thiuqs wt' will lung' rt'i11c11ilx'1'. lo all ol' you ' wish ll limucl lvzircwvll. Senior Class Ullicvrs Iuwrssi N11 lltu lp lYI-11'-IllA'AIV1lI'lIf,'QIUIIN l.iNi4:makmcu, 1'niiflf11l,' DUN S'1'L1NL, n5'!'l.Q1'!l7If-Ilf-:llIllM' Mun' C1ARi'1'.i4, 'lmzium ,'1"1'Y SIilil'lll'.NStFN .S'mmn1': MR. lxlll'l1lll'1I,l. lflrzkw. endafz 77Za4cot cll,ARIiNITI'1 MI'l'fTlII'1I.I. CHDIJXVIN NNE: thc IllK'IIll7t'I'S ol' thc 1953 St'I1lUI' Class. nMlCkl'l' cmdwul NNI- I't'g'l't'l cmssiliq this tllrcsholcl zlucl lt-ax-ing 'lb our principal. our clczius, zmcl our tczicliws on your gtiiclmicv mul uutiriug clliorts wc lmztst' 1' trust in tht' lillll1l't'. lu our l'rit-mls zmcl our .-Klum Mutt-1' you tm' uit llzlvt' hvlpccl to tunkt' our clziys so lull ul' thc' BE'1"1AY .IANIC S'i'iai'11uNst1N, Srzzinr Cflzmxi' .S'twm11f1'. -IOHN CLIFFORD ABERNATHY Uffirr' bm' . . . lrlgfrl .... Sll'lNlf1'f Office assistant 2, 4: Key Club 2, 3, 4: Audio-Visual 1: lvlaintenance Crew 3, 4: Latin Club. .IAFAR AHUNAD ALI l'i7'fl'II!l'Z1' . . . lzffmfr . . . !lIII',l' erm Friends' Boys School 1, 2: Soccer Team 2: American History Club 3, Sgt.-at-arms 3: Sociology Club 4, President 4: Maintenance Crew 3. FRANCES MARIE ANDREWS lffllflkl-I' .... rlmrl 'Il .i'z1'1'r'I . . . .S'1i1l4gi11' Spanish Club 3: Y-Teens l, 2: Chorus 2. 3, 4: Vice- President of Homeroom 4: Sewing Box Club l: Latin Club 1, 2. ELIZABETH LEE ARTHUR li. 1" .... thu! zerllli' . . . rrlxlznzfle .izeemlerr French Club 3, 4: Spanish Club 3, 4: I,A'l'1i'Ar: Stall: Senior Co-Editor: -Iunior Y-Teens: lN4ixed Chorus: Little Theater Z, 3: Homeroom Treasurer 3: treasurer of Letter Exchange Club: Latin Club, Sgt.-at-Arms, Treasurer: Poster Committee for the Baby Sitter: Refreshment Committee Dance: Decorations Com mittee. ROBERT RAY AVENT lfllfbflfll . . . Cvllfll' . . , lllfllffl bnuml. . . finbliy French Club 3: hlarching Band l, 2: Concert Hand l, 2. ABNER LAURANCE AYDLETT, AIR. Recnrri CYIIHIYIIIIIVI . . . LIIVVZ1' . . . l'r'Q1'f'r'li11zr man French Club 3, 4: Audio-Visual 3, 4: V. Football 3: American History Club Pres. 3: Natural Science Club. .IOAN CAMILLA BARBER Duke' Bazmrl . . . Hoy llfllllblllt . . . I'n'.r0r1r1I1'ty Spanish Club 3, 4: Vice-President: Student Council 3: Sports Committee, House and Grounds Committee 4: Hi-Tinzm' Staff 3: I,A'rlPAo Staff, Tenth Grade Editor: .junior Y-Teens l, 2, Member of lnterclub Council, Vice-President: Senior Y-Teens, Service Committee, Program Committee: Little Theater, Make-up Com- mittee 2, Chairman of Publicity 3, Make-up Chairman 3, lvlake-up Committee 4: Golden Nlasqucrs, Com- mittee of Ushers, of Radio Publicity, Baby Sitter: Sponsor: Homeroom Secretary, Vice-President: Latin Club, Treasurer I, 2: Representative to Y-Teen Con- ference: Poster Class Telephone Directory: Decoration Committee: Invitation Committee. ALFRED EDNVARD BATES 'glfdu . . . 'Hill one . , . lfiformal Reynolds High School l: AI. V. Basketball 1: Track Team 1: Baseball Team 1: French Club 3: Courtship and Family Science Club 4. WILLIAM DICK BEATY yllr. 1,Il'XI!lI'llf . . . Hrs! Qf.f.II1'7lliJ' . . . l'rr'.mlilr French Club 2. 3: Student Council 3, 4: Executive Council 3, 4: Honor Society 3, 4g Senior I-Ii-Y 3, 43 Key Club 3, 43 Audio-Visual lg President, Student Council 43 Homeroom officer I, 2g Representative to Student Council Congress 41 Representative to Boy's State 4. EDIVARD KESTLER BELL Gnlf"fu'n" , . . Gltlld-7lUlIl!'l'!i. . . C. C. C. Spanish Club 2, 31 Olliee assistant 4g Boy's Monogram Club 41 Golf Team 2, 3, 4, President 45 Virginia Epis- eopal Sehool 2: Latin Club 2, 4, klayvee Club 21 Good Listing Club I. tlANICE RUBY BISHOP 'I illffjfifltlf .... Y. II. S ..,. Ranilzlwr' French Club. Secretary 3, 43 Honor Society 3, 4: Hi- 'limfxf Stall' I, 2, Feature Editor 3: Editor 43 -lunior Y-'lleens Treasurer 1, 23 Senior Y-'I'eens 3, Secretary 41 Little Theater 41 G.A.A. 2, Hiking Leader 3, 43 Girls Monogram Club 3, 43 Homeroom, Secretary 3, Publicity Committee 3: Poster Committee 4: Senior Class Executive Committee 4, Decorating Committee for Class Dance I, 2, 3. .IULIANNE BOONE ".7111l1"' . . . fflIll'If1'!'.t' . . . 1.t7I'I'01I0fl70l.' 111 Spanish Club 3, 43 House and Grounds and Social Standards Committee of Student Council 4: .Iunior Y-Teens 1, 23 Senior Y-Teens 3, 4g Chorus 1, 2, Little Theater 2, 3, 41 Queen of Hearts Court 25 Sergeant-ab arms of Homeroom 31 Good Listing Club l. MARY EDNA BOWEN 171111 z'nira'! . . . fmnrilz' ful . . . fH'!'flf1' ax n jazrlim' Morson-l and 2: Girls Chorus 1, 21 lWixed Chorus 1, 21Operetta 11TreasurerofGirls Chorus 23 Broughton: Mixed Chorus 3, 43 French Club 3, 4, Secretary 3, Ensemble 3, 4. NELLIE .IANE BOWLING l'l7'IK'Il!iZ1' .... 'WH . . . .WZUIIIIQ . . . nS7N1llI.t'lI.J.'l Spanish Club 2, 4: Hi-'llnmv Stall 4, I.A'riPAi: Staff 4: Junior Y-Teens 21 Senior Y-Teens 3: Chorus 2, Little Theater 4: Audio-Visual 23 Nose for News Club 23 Home Room Treasurer 43 Student Director, '4Lost Hori7ong" G.A.A. 2. SARAH GASTON BRADFORD Hmin . . . Srlrfr' . . . 'fffmzis hrlfrrf French Club 3, Secretary 43 -Iunior Y-Teens l, 25 Senior Y-Teens 3, 43 Chorus 1: Little Theater 2: Makeup and Costume Committee, "Baby Sitterl' and "A Christ- mas Playf' School Publicity Committee 4: Latin Club, Secretary l, 21 Art Club, Secretary lg Refreshments Committee and Decorations Committee for .junior- Senior 3. THOMAS HENRY BRIGGS, AIR. Dann'r . . . l"1'.tl14'r111111l . . . ml ful . . . Snzllllflzl French Club 2. 3, Student Council lg Audio-Visual 2, 3, 4: Home Room Oflieer I, 2. endow EYELYN STONE BRIGGS "'Im1i" . . . Um lflllifllf . . . fN'7.l1IIllIlIT1' Spanish Club 3, 43 Library Assistant 2: Student Council I3 Editor of l,A'rII'At: 43 .lunior Y-Teens 1, 23 Little Theater 2. 33 Secretary of Home Room 43 N. C. Scho- lastic Press Convention 33 Latin Club 1, Z3 Yice-Presi- clent of Letter Exchange Club 13 'KDon't Open 'Till Christmas" 33 N. C, Scholastic Secretary 43 Decoration Committee for HSnow Ball" 4g Decoration Committee for Queen of Hearts Danee 43 President of History Class 4g Maid of Honor 43 Historian for Little Theater 3. BETTY GRAY BROXVN llllfl' Cul . . . Prrlli' Ci077lf7ll',X'f07l .... '177NfIf7!7lI-.V lfrench Club 2, 33 Iunior Y-Teens I, 23 Chorus 4Q Little Theater 23 Sevifing Box Club ig Ili-'liimm' Staff 43 Decorations Committee for Queen of Hearts 4. EDN.-X FAYE BROWN Cowl mira' . . . lflonrl . . . t'7l.S'l'NIb!1' French Club 2, 33 Library Assistant 1:-Iunior Y-Teens lg Chorus 1, 2, 33 Ensemble 43 Vice-President of Phys- chology 43 l'resident of Carden Club. .IOHN ROBERT BROWNING .7!7,HIII1' . . . lil-!I.Yf!'f?I . . . curly lzrzir French Club 2, 3: Chorus 13 Audio-Visual 4. DOROTHY AIE.-XN BRYAN 1"rif'r1rll1' . . . rzzllin' ufr . . . l1'.l".C. l"reneh Club 3, 43 Library Assistant 21 Ili-'I flllfil Stall' 3, 43 LA'rll-At: Staff 33 41KIllYii0I' Y-Teens l, 23 Senior Y-Teens 43 Little Theater 2: Psychology 43 Secretary 4g HZ-'III-7II1'.X Representative 33 Sewing Box I3 Latin Club 1, 2: Decorations Committee for .Iunior Senior Danee 1,51 Decorations Committee for Clues-n of Hearts Court and Dance 4. AIANTES -IORDAN BYNUNT, .il.lf.C .... Avellfrz' . . . Bf.Q47flII . . . NC"j'Il17IIl.YI'u French Club 2, 33 Hi-'limi-,v Stafi 2, 3, 43 LA'l'Il'AC Staff 43 .Ioke Editor 43 Senior Hi-Y 43 Little Theatre 4g Publicity Agent l'You Can't Take It Witli You" 4: Senior Play 4: Monogram Club 43 Cheerleader 43 Y. Football Team lg il. Y. Basketball Team 1, 23 Track Team 3, 43 President Homeroom 33 .junior Class Council 3g Chairman Monogram Club Dance Com- mittee 41 Niaintenance Crew 43 Georgia Military College 1. PATRICIA .-XNNX BYRD .S'n11'Ii11,g . . . ll hfllllll' . . . x7llHIlll 'll Ilillifl-fl Ofiice ,Xssistant 23 111--IITIIIFY Stalf 23 3. WILBURN CLYDE CALTON, .IR. ll".C. .... Yazvzl .Van . . . "Uffl.r'i Library Assistant 23 Hi- 'I imrx Representative 2. enema GILBERT BRUCE CAMPBELL Crru' ful . . . lfflffi' . . . GFIIIIIFIIL1' z1'0rri1'.v Spanish Club 3, 4, Track Team 2, Activities Com- mittee 2. PEGGY JOYCE CARLTON Dan . . . Fora' . . . Ilrarrzaliri' Student Council l:Junior Y-Teens 1, Chorus 3: Little Theater 2, 3, 4, President 4, Golden Masquers 3, 4, Secretary 4, "Men Are Like Street Cars" 3, HYou Can't Take It With You" Student Director 4, G.A.A. 2, 3, Homeroom Secretary 4, Nose for News 1. OTIS WARD CARROLL Hx mfam . . . HOTEESE' . . . l1'I'1' Spanish Club 3, 4, Service Club 4, Little Theater 4, Stage Crew 4, Boy's Monogram Club 3, 4, Track Team 2, 3, 4, Homeroom Officers 2, 4, Golden Mas- qucrs 4. MARY ELIZABETH CARTER jim , . . .N'.H.S .... "Tl10.s'f ever" . . . Dinznir Office Assistant 4, Honor Society 3, 4, Junior Civic Council Representative 4, Hi-'I inlay Staff 3, 4, Hz'-'I firm' Representative 2: I,A'1'1PAc: Staff 4, Joke Editor 4, Junior Y-Teens I, Publicity Chairman 2, Senior Y- Teens 3, Treasurer and Chairman Financial Com- mittee 4, Chorus l. 2, Ticket Committee "You Can't Take It With You" 4, Ticket Committee Senior Play 4, Little Theater 4: G.A.A. 2, 3, 4, Class Treasurer 4, Homeroom Vice-President 3, Latin Club 1, Secretary 2, Executive and Advisory Committees 4, Student Co-operative Committee 4, Library Club 1. SHIRLEY RUTH CAYENESS Burk . . . "x.w1lfi.f" . . . .Symrlr . . . Blur' lfyiv French Club 2. 3, Oflice Assistant 3, 4, Junior Y-Teens 1, Chorus 2: G.A.A. 2, 3: Team Captain 2: Lunch Period Activity Committee 4: Publicity Committee of Student Council 4. JOHN VVHITSON CELL The Star . . . W.7' .... jack Senior Hi-Y 4, Key Club 2, 3, 4, Chorus l, 2, 3, 4, Ensemble 3, 4, Boy's Monogram Club 3, 4, V. Basketball Team 1, Basketball Team 2, 3, 4, Latin Club 1, 2. JESSE CHAPPELL Ixlylzolf . . . Ilffflllilf . . . no qffnsr . . . Politician Executive Council of Student Council 3, 4, Service Club 3, 4, Junior Hi-Y 1, 2, Secretary 2, Senior Hi-Y 3, 4, President 4, Stage Crew 2, 3, 4, Boy's Monogram Club 3, 4, Marshal 4, Basketball Team Manager I, 2, Vice-President Student Council 3, Representative to Student Council Congress 3, Representative to United Nations Pilgrimage for Youth 3, Representative to Hi-Y Conference 3. MARION REQUA CI-IESSON Slow ,Dolce . . . lililf bit . . . .N'.H.S. Spanish Club 3, 4, President 3, Student Council 3, 4, Member Publicity Committee 3, Chairman 4, Honor Society 3, 4, Treasurer 4, Hi-Timer Staff 2: Junior Y-Teens I, 2, Secretary 2, Senior Y-Teens 3, Little Theater 2: High School News Editor 0f.N'm'.f mm' f,b.fl'fIFl'f 4, Latin Club 1, 2, Decorations Committee Dance I, 2, 3. endafw BARBARA LEE CHURCHILL 'I hr .SIC .... lirnbbzlr . . . LUN 'liu11blr',v Van Rensselaer High School lg Theta Sigma Nu lg Cheerleader 1: French Club 3, 4, Secretary 33 Chorus I, 3: Student Council 1, 4: G.A.A. 2, 3, 4, Basketball Team 2, 35 Class Secretary 3: ,Iunior Senior Decoration Committee 31 Hi-Tinzrnv Stafl' 3, 4, Feature Editor 43 Chairman of Ticket Committee 'iYou Can't Take It With you" 4g Hfingrffl I1'nm'.r Staff 4: Business Nianager ofLA'r1PAc: 4: Class Sponsor 41 Senior Class Advisory Council 4: Senior Y-Teens 3, 4, President 43 Delegate to State Y-Teen Convention 3, Inter-Club Council of Y-Teens 4: junior Civic Council 4. RACHEL LOUISE CLARK 'llml Laugh . . . "I.fm.w" .... A'.II..S'. Honor Society . . . -junior Y-Teens lg Senior Y-Teens 33 Chorus 2, 3, 41 Little Theater 43 G.A.A. 31 Cirl's Monogram Club 44 Marshal 4, Homeroom Secretary lg President 2, Hi-'IZmf.v Representative 45 Latin Club lg Secretary-Trcasurer 2g Nose for News 11 Decoration Committee for Dances 1, 2, 33 Ticket Committee for Sophomore Circus 2g Social Standards 4, Poster Com- mittee 4. BETTY JEAN CLENIENT llfnkif . . . mrm'-frm . . . Slrzlr' Library Assistant I, 2: Hi- 'linmr Representative lg Clee Club 13 C.A.A. 1, 2, 3, History Club 3: Art Club 2, 41 English Club 3: Nose for News Club I1 Decoration Committee for -junior and Senior 3: Ili-Timm Staff 31 .Iunior Y-Teens lg Ticket Committee, Sophomore Circus 2, Hi- 'l'i1m'.v Typist 4. NELDA MERIAI. CLEMENTS limzd . . . offre . . . 'lllouglzlfzzl French Club 4g Ofhcc Assistant 2, 3, 4, ,lunior Y-Teens 2: Senior Y-Teens 3, 4: Nlarcliing Band l, 2, 3, 43 Concert Band 2, 3g Little Theater 2, 3, 4g Letter Ex- change Club 1. ROBERT CLYDE CLINE 'Slilnlf' . . - H,70fHz L. LfIl'l-.VH . . . mdilluc Audio-Visual 23 Football Team 3, 4. ALICE CAROLINE COOPER 'l fm! lzair! . . . lf11.s'r'mblr . . .,qni11g.vlr11ffy.7' Chorus 1, 2, 3, 41 Ensemble 41 Band Class 4g Latin Club l, 2. WILLIAM HENRY COVINGTON Joan . . . rrlriio . . . Hill . . . llf'.H. Oflicc Assistant 4: Durham High School I, 2: Carr Literary Society 1, 2, Niaintcnanee Club 4. SUE CAROLYN COX Clllfflilli up . . . IJPIIIILY .... Seen zcilh Ihr "lfigl1l" Hi-'limav Typist 4: junior Y-Teens l. 23 Senior Y- Teens 3g Chorus 3, 41 G.A.A. l: Vice-President of Art Club 1, Latin Club 2. MARY HELEN CROSS "Sweetie" . . . talkative . . . turned-up soaks Library Assistant 25 Office Assistant 45 Student Council 25 Hi-Times Typist 45 LATIPAC Staff 45 junior Y-Teens 1, Program Chairman 25 Senior Y-Teens 35 Co-Chair- man Publicity and Poster Committee 45 Chorus 1, 25 G.A.A. 25 Queen of Hearts Court 35 Homeroom Treasurer 1, 45 Secretary junior Science Club 15 Dance Committee 1, 2, 35 Junior Civic Council 25 Latin Club 2, Secretary and Head Librarian 35 Class Night Committee 4. WILLIAM FRANKLIN CRISP Worker . . . Actor . . . Bill Teen-age Book Club-President 15 Homeroom President 15 Library Assistant 15 junior Varsity Football 1, 25 Class Treasurer 25 Little Theater 1, 2, 3, 4, Sergeant- at-Arms 3, Business Manager 4, Play 3, 45 Mixed Chorus 1, 2, 3, 45 Maintenance Club 2, 3, 4, Super- visor 45 Marching Band 2, 3, 45 Office Assistant 2, 3, 45 Service Club Sergeant-at-Arms 3, 45 Operettas 'gRiding Down the Skyu and "Old Fashioned Charm." OLGA MARCELLA CULBRETH Bobop Mac . . . little bit . . . 'SPeanut', Spanish Club 3, 45 Library Assistant 15 Hi-Timer Representative 3. JANICE ANNE DAWKINS "Duggie" . . . "My Babe" Junior Y-Teens 1, 2, President 25 Chorus 1, 2, 35 Little Theater 25 G.A.A. 1, 2, 35 Class Vice-President 15 Homeroom Secretary 15 Latin Club 1, 2, Vice-Presi- dent 25 Library Club 15 Student Council Representative 25 Make-up Committee "The Baby Sittern 25 Winged Womfr Staff 35 Senior Y-Teens 3, 4, Vice-President 45 Make-up Committee "You Can't Take It With You', 45 Homeroom Vice-President 4. MARGARET MCDOWELL DICK Ifanuqa . . . "Dickie" . . . Preaeheris daughter Spanish Club 45 Library Assistant 45 junior Y-Teens 1, 25 Senior Y-Teens 3, 45 Little Theater 2, 35 Latin Club 1, 25 Hospitality Committee for Student Council 45 junior Science Club 15 Program Committee junior- Senior Dance 3. ROBERT NEAL DOSTER "Babb" . . . Brooker . . . Bowling Audio-Visual 1, 2: Chorus 15 Stage Crew 1. GEORGE ROBERT DUNN Spanish Club 3, Sergeant-at-Arms5 Service Club 45 Hi- Times Staff 35 Senior Hi-Y 45 Stage Crew 3, 45 Mono- gram Club 3, 45 Football Team 2, 3, 45 Homeroom President 2, Sergeant-at-Arms 3, 45 Current History Club 35 Vice-Presidentg Green Thumb Club 15 House and Grounds Committee 4. DOROTHY DIXON EDWARDS "Dot" . . . Poodle Cut . . . Sweet Chorus 2, 35 Art Club 15 Sewing Club 2. 21 6665614 v i l I l eadofw lSE'l"l'Y QIEAN ELKINS HIM" . . . mnrlrl In br . . . Om' nf the Ifilglll Spanish Club 33 .junior Y-Teens 23 Senior Y-Teens 4: Chorus 1, 21 Little Theater 21 Chairman of Class Night 4. WILLIAM ASTRON ELLIS K7I1.S'1 abou! the' brat!! . . . lfztervbtufyft-frirml , . . "Von" Spanish Club 3, 4: Spanish Club Play 31 President Spanish Club 3, Sergeant-at-Arms History Club 3, 4: Sociology Club 13 Travel Club 11 Decorations Com- mittee for .junior Senior 35 English Club 2. FRANCES VVILLIAMS ESTES EDO!!-1UfIli17I.Q . . . Ifubarzlts . . . Vizvzrintlx Spanish Club 3, 4, Secretary 33 Student Council Representative 2: junior Y-Teens 1, 21 Senior Y-Teens 3, 43 Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 43 Little Theater 31 G.A.A. 2, 3: Homeroom Secretary 31 Latin Club 1, 2: Decorations Committee for the ,Iunior-Senior Dance 3. LYNVVOOD GREGORY EUBANKS "I.0Wl1"' . . . h1'lI'II7Iff'.1'N . . . rullin' up Boy's Monogram Club 1, 2, 3, 41 Football Team 3: AI. V. Football 'lieam 2: Swimming Team 1, 2, 3, 4. ANN C.-XROLYN EURY Clrztlzfzt .... Alnnir C ..,.. N'.ll..S'. Spanish Club 4: Ofhce Assistant 3, 41 Student Council 4: Honor Soeietv 4: l.A'l'1PAC Staff 4g junior Y-'l'eens 2, 31 Senior Y-Teens 3, 43 G..'X..-X. 2, 41 lN1ay Court lg Class 'l'reasurer 1: Hoineroom Vice-President 11 Latin Club 1, 2. -IEAN COURTNEY FOUSHEE iilsllllllyu . . . Prrxnnrllity . . . 1'tP0.1'lIf1' Eighth Grade I,A'I'lPAC Editor 4, Homeroom Secretary 45 Latin Club 1, 2: Publicity Committee, Student Council 41 Hospitality Committee, Student Council 41 Entertainment for Sophonoxe Circus 23 Chaperone Committee for Junior-Senior 3: Decorations Com- mittee for Sophomole Dance 2: C.L.H.S. 1, Ensemble 13 Glee Club 11 Decoration Committee for Freshman Dance 13 Homeroom lN1arshal 3, '5Cathetlralite" Reporter 1. -IACK HOWARD FRAZELLE Air. If!I.Y1'1N1H . . . ASYIOTIXIIIIIII . . .k70lllIIIf' Spanish Club, Sergeant-at-Arms 3, Student Council 1, 21-IllD1Ul' Hi-Y 1, 2: Key Club 2, 3, 41 Choius 2, 3. 41 Ensemble 3g Boys Monogram Club 1, 2, 3. 41.1. V. Basketball Team 13 Baseball Team 1, 2, 3, All State 4: President of Sth Grade: Vice-President 2: Homeroom President 2: Sophomore Cireus 2. AI.-XMES RICHARD CATES Cora . . . jinzniv . . . Zl.'0l'ItI-II-Q,J.7.Vi Chorus 1: Marching Band 1, Audio-Visual 2. O PATRICIA ANNE GEORGE "G'1'r.gr" . . .fI1'a'IlJ'flr1f1' . . . 1'11!.gi' .lunior Y-Teens 1, 21 Senior Y-Teens 31 Chorus li Little rl'heater 1, 2, 3: Girl's lN4onogram Club ll Latin Club I, 2: Letter Exchange Club ig Sociology Club 4: Make-up Committee "Men are Like Street Cars" 3: Prompter "'l'he Baby Sitter" 3. MALYIN LEE GLOVER 1f11.vltz'th11ll . . . ml! ...1 4 1111 . . .gnnflgrtr -lunior Hi-Y 23 Chorus lg Stage Crew 11 Audio Visual 3, 4: Boy's Monogram Club 2, 3, 4, Y, Football 23 Y. Basketball 2, 33 V. Basketball 1. VVORTH LEWIS GODWIN ll'1i-gl11.r1'ill1' li1'11el1 . . . ll"1r1'll1l1'.r.t' . . . l':IIglI'.YlI l1'0rr11'.v Spanish Club 3: Little Theater 4: Audio-Visual 2, 4: English Club 3, 43 Maintenance Crew 43 Sports Com- mittee 4: Current Seienee Club l. MEGAN 'TAURMAN GOODWIN "l'l111'-girl" .... S'r1111ll l'?'e'l . . . 1fIl.l'ff'I'lI .fiirlinr.v ,junior Y-Teens 1, 23 Latin Club l, 2, Secretary 2: Nose for News Club lg Little Theater 2, 3, 4: Golden Masquers 3, 4, President 4, g'The Baby Sitter" 2: Nlake-up "lVlen Are Like Street Cars" 3: "You Can't Take It Wiith You" 4, Senior Y-Teens 3, 4, Decorations Committee Soek Hop 3, Poster Committee Community NVQ-lfare 4: Il'1'ng1'1l ll'm'1l.v Stall 3, 4, Cizrresponding Seeretary 4: Spanish Club 3, 4, Creative VVriting Club Secretary 4. MARY ALICE GRAHANT ihxfl-g11f7IlIII'I'u . . . Jllifl' . . . lfrryzzr Library Assistant 11 .Iunior Y-Teens 1, 21 Chorus 1. 21 Little 'liheater l, 2, 4: G.A.A. I, 21 Spanish Club 4: Letter Exchange Club i. JAMES B. GRAVES ux7in1n1y" . . . ll'r1'Ier .... A"11.rl1 Winged li'urdy Staff 3, 43 Latin Club 3. ELLIOT BREVVER GROVER "EH" . . . Brain . . . Croflejv French Club l, 2, Vice-President 3: Horneroom Otlieer 3. MARGARET LOUISE GRIFFIN "Peg" . . . bmzzlfflllrn111f1le.rio11 . . . rrajy! junior Y-Teens 1, 2: Glee Club 1, 2: Little Theater 33 Letter Exchange Club I: Entertainment Committee for the Sophomore Circus 2: Deeorations Committee for Sophomore Dance 2g Decorations Committee for the Ninth Grade Dance ig Spanish Club 3, 4, eadofw -R TX ANGELA liS'l'El.l,E GRII"I"ITH ".Alr1g1'l" . . . Il11'1'0in' . . . rzlllm' up French Club 3, 4: Student Council 3: Chorus 3, 4: Ensemble 3, 4, President 4. PAUL NELSON HALL .Al Lqffn Nlfllllfl' . . . 'IPA' . . . Pop III-lllillllil' Staff, Chorus 1, 2, 3, 43 Audio-Visual 11 Boy's Monogram Club 3, 4: School Store: ll. V. Foot- ball Team 21 Track Team l, 3, 41 Latin Club 1, 2. IRA INIAY HARDY Rqyff . . , ".S'I.lI0.N", . . . "Lznmiz"' Chorus 2, 33 Audio-Visual 3, 41 Homeroom Ofjfirer 33 Class Treasurer 3g Latin Club 2. LEON SPENCE HARRIS Ping Pong . . . l'f1rkf1rzl . . . lhizwr? Concert Band l, 2, 33 Golf'I1eam 2, 3, 43 Homerooin Treasurer l. BRNJAIVIIN HARVEY HENSON 'Iliff' . . . Eagle . . . k7llfA'If" . . . .flzzdio-Vixlzrzl Student Council 3 4,' Executive Council of Student Council 3, 41 Service Club 3, 4, Chorus 1, 2: Stage Crew lg Audio-Visual 1, 2, 3, 4g Drink Stand lg Latin Club 2. PEGGY BRITT I-IILLIARD rlimfllfs .... flew! I0 zfzwrybozq . . . Clzmzirlfy zeorriat Spanish Club 3, 4: Library Assistant 21 Student Council 2, Chorus 3, Secretary American History Club 3. DONALD IZLLIOIT HITCHCOCK ".'llnn1r1 Don" . . . Cllllllflllll . . . In' .Vkllffllg -lunior I-Ii-Y 21 Senior I-Ii-Y 43 Chorus 3, Stage Crew 41 Audio-Visual lgil. Y. Football 23 I-Iomeroom 'l'rez1s urer l, 2, 33 Latin Club 1, 21 xlunior-Senior Dance Committee 3: Sports Committee 4. SHIRLEY KIEAN HOIJGE "Lillie Hi!" . . . "Dick" . . . Sanz z1'1'll1 Ihr fight -lunior Y-Teens l: Latin Club 2, 3. BRANDON l'A'l"l'ON HODGES, QIR. Pal .... 'l.l'lll'I'Nlt' . . . lhlllifllflillll Spanish Club 4: Latin Club I. RICHARD BRYANT HOLLEMAN ' Sm' . . . "Dirk" . . . liillglilll worriws Spanish Club 3, 4: Chorus 4: Marching 1, 2, 3, 4: Convcrt Band l. 2. 3, 4: School Store 4: Queen ol Hvarts Court 3: Swimming' 'livam 3, 4. NVILLIAM CHRliS'l'ON HOLOMAN "Hill" . . . C7!ll'flIl'f . . . Cfoslfja' Spanish Club 3, 4: Student Council 1: llvllllgfll Ifmrlx Statl' 3: IN1arching Band 1, 2. 3. 4: Concert Band 1, 2, 3, 4. 'l'OW'NSl'lNU YAN HOLT flIl'lt111'.t . . . gif! In IVIIIIIFH . . . Lilmfnrrl Studvnt Council 4: l'ostt'r Chairman 4: lixwiltivc' Counvil ol' Studvnt Council 4: Service Club 4: Scnior Hi-Y 4: Kvy Club 4: Marching Band 1, 2: Conrcrt Band l. 2, 3, 4: Escort Quevn ol' Ht-arts Court 3: Home- rootn Ollirvr l, 2. 3. PHILII' RAY HOUCHINS 1'l1m'lit' . . . I'-ll-1'-I . . . llvlifffr' . . . Um lliil l"1't-ut'l1 Club 4: Library Assistant 1:-junior Hi-Y 1, 2: Chorus I: Little' 'lil1l'2llt'l' 4: Stagc Crvw 4: Hotnvroom I, 2: Yin--l't't-sitlmit 3: St-rg't-ant-at-Arms 4: High School Rt-portvr lor lX,!If1'fAQll 'l'z'rm'.v 3: Sports Connnittvt' 4. .IOYACE ANN HOWELL rznfr lmir . . . Jillirfl . . . gigglfir l"rt-nt'h Club 3. 4: l,A'l'lPAt: Staff 4: Y-Tcvns 2, 3, 41 Littlt' 'l'lit'att'r 2, 3: C.A.A. 2: l11'- 'I irmit Rcprt'st'ntativt' 3: Clinton High School 1. Y. Baskctball Team: Mako-up cl0l'l1IlllllC't', "You Can't Take It With You" 4: llrzunatics Class 4. 'l'rt-asurc-r: Chairman of Publirity Committcc, Sophomort- Circus 33 Invitations Com- iniltvt-. Alunior-Scnior 3. HARRY ROSS JACKSON 'I lm! swing' . . . lniunulgrl . . . Gund looking . . . l,llhlI'ftS71.f'!IA'fII4Q Stutlvnt Council 4: lixcctxtivt' Council of Student Counril 4: -Iuniot: Hi-Y I. 2: V. Football Tcam 2: Homt-room 2, 3, 4: l7'rt'sidt'nt. St-c'1't'tary ofCrvc'n Thumb Club l: Sophotnort' Council 2: -Iunior Council 3: l'rt-side-nl ol' Public Spt-aking Club 3: Latin Club 2. 3. l'A'l'RlClA RAY JACKSON "P11t.r1"' . . .fwlilr . . . IJOIAQI' -Iunitzr Y-'ll-cus l. 2: Little' 'l'hcatt-r 3: Program Com- mittct- "Thr Baby Situ-r" 3: Class Sccrctary 2: Home- room 'l'rcast1rt-r l: Latin Club 1. 2: Senior Y-Tc-rns 3: Ofhcc Assistant 3: Spanish Club 4: Social Standards Conninittvc 4: Assistant junior Editor LATIPAC StaiT: Senior Counril Rt'prt'sentativt'. eadafw ewiafw MARIAN .NNEBELLE JAMES k7l'!1II..1' alllfr lmff . . . llflll' rln . . . nllmir lfrvnch Club 1, 2, 33 Spanish Club 3, 43 Library As- sistant 23 Junior Y-'llvvns 23 Chorus 1, 2, 33 C.A..-X.3 Svwing Box Club 23 Rah-igli Junior Music' Club 2, 3, 4, Corr4'spontliny.f Sccr4'tary-'lircasurc-r. l"R.-XNK CHARLES JEl"l"REY Fnggv . . . 'kllrlfn il" . . . Sq11im'l . . 3 SIIIYIII Spanish Club 43 l3oy's Monogram Club 3, 43 'Tennis 'llcam 2, 3, 43 Hoincroom Treasurer 33 VVakv County Boys Singles and Doubles 51-52, 3, 52-53, 4. KAREN JENSEN ":l.,7. CR0l'S" . . . 1,117 Qzufwn .N'.H.S .... Vfrxrzlile Oflicu Assistant 43 Studvnt Council 2, 3, 4: EXCCIIHVK' Council 2, 43 Honor Society 3, 43 Service- Club 3, 42 l.A'r1PAo Staff 43 Junior Y-Tec-ns 1, Z, President 23 Senior Y-'l'ccns 3, 43 Littlc' Thcatcr 1, 23 Marshal 33 Sponsor 23 Stuclvnt Council Svcrvtary 23 Assvmbly Conunittcc 4: Rcprc-sc'ntativc- to National Honor Socic-ty Convvntion 3, 43 Statt- Scvrvtary ol' National Honor Socivty Convrntion 4. LENOX IREDELL JOHNSON SIIII.1'iIfIIf' . . . .f1N11r'le' . . . lirighl Hwy Stuclvnt Council Rc'pr:'sc'ntativc' 23 Junior Hi-Y 1, 21 Senior Hi-Y 3, 43 Kc-y Club 3, 43 Glcc' Club 23 Boy's Monogram Club 1, 2, 3, 4, rll1'L'3.Slll'L'Y 33 Varsity Football 2, 3, 43 J. V. Football 13 Varsity Baslwtball 2, 3, 43 Base- ball 1, Varsity 2, 3, 43 Sergeant-at-Arms of thc- Sopho- more- Class 23 Horn:-room President 1, GEORGE EDVVARD JONES Eu' .... W'Il1IfI'7' . . . bI'flf1I.1' Ervnch Club 1, 23 Stuclvnt Counvil 43 Chorus 1, 23 Audio-Visual 3, 43 Sociology Club, l'r4'sitlc-nt and Scrgvant-at-,'Xrms 41 lV121lI11t'I1ZlIlCt' Crvw 1, 3, 4. GERALD JONES HRM" . . . .'1lIll!l .llaria . . . H11sl.'e'tba!l Chorus 1 3 Basketball Team 3:J. V. Basketball Tc-am I, 2. GLENN CLARK JONES 'flu' rlrlixl .... N'.H..S' .,.. ".S'Ir11ll1'1lg" . . . lfrmzl Student Council 43 Honor Sovivty 43 ll'17IIQr'Il H'ora'.r Staff 33 Marching Band 1, 2, 3, 43 Concert Band 1, 3, 43 Twirling Major 3, Hvacl Major 43 Camvra Club 13 Latin Club 1, 2, JEAN ALLEN JONES 'fV7f1l11111if" .... 1111111 lVl1i: . . . Clzzzrrlz lfnrltfr Junior Y-Tvcns 13 Little Thvatvr 23 G.A.A. 2, 3, 43 Latin Club 1, 23 l7t1tt11'cv'l'0achc1's of.'X1neriCa 1. SHIRLEY ANN JONES Cll!Il',f3.t' . . . ulflfllllllfu . . . tsllllllll' Library Assistant 2, 31 Clee Club 1, 2, 31 Knitting Club l. IVAN LUIVISDEN .IOSLIN 'linmlmm' . . . IDIIZIITI' -Sy1r"lIIL'I'lIg .... Hr. .'IIIIIOII!'P7' Freneh Club 41 Marching Band l, 2, 3, 4g Concert Band 3, 4g I-Iomeroom Ofheer l, 2. 4. LEONARD MACON KANISLER .Ilr. 1"la.rh Hull: . . . H!Il'UlIlf'ft'I' . . . Plqvfng in Ihr banrl' III--IIIVIIIICY Staff 1, 2, 3, 41 LA'1'lPAo Staff I, 2, 3, 41 Honor Soeiety 41 Serviee Club 41 Key Club 2, 3, 41 Marching Band l, 2, 3, 41 Coneert Band 2, 3, 41 Latin Club 1, 2. LFIROY MONROE KEEYER, -IR. Rm' . . . 11'm'lf . . . I,aS11llr Spanish Club 31 Mixed Chorus 43 Boy Scouts 2, 4, Community Chest Sehool Drive 4. endaw DONALD WAYNE KEITH Simi . . . lillllllflll' . . . Ihr bmrlz . . . -SlfllIll',JIlkl'7 Spanish Club 31 Clee Club 41 Ensemble 41 Government Club 4. DON HEIIJE KIRBY Plffffllg llzmuglz ilu' lfejy lmlr . . . Cool nm! Culr . . . Ifyfx Senior I-Ii-Y 3, 41 Marching Band 1, 2, 31 Concert Band 1, 2, 31 Stage Crew 3, 41.1. V. Basketball Team 2, Homerooin Vice-President 4. MILDRED REBECCA KNIGHT jf! c1n'l.r . . . Ibm' . . . lifdry . . . Hrirlqf Spanish Club, Secretary, 3, 43 junior Y-Teens 1, Treasurer 21 Senior Y-Teens 31 Little Theater 2, 41 Homeroom Secretary-Treasurex' 11 Latin Club l, 21 Chairman Ticket Committee for Little Theater Play 21 Decorations for -junior-Senior 31 .Iunior Seienee Club lg Props Committee Christmas Play 21 Mimeographing Assistant 4, Typing Student Telephone Directory Facility Editor Annual. ROBERT FRANKLIN LASSITER "PPP iffy" . . . Polly . . . Hn! Rod Industrial Arts' Club lg Maintenance Crew 3, 43 Deco- ration Committee for .junior-Senior 31 Homeroom President 4. Seaton x is .Q S, hx f 'KJ if t QIOHN DIXON LINEBERGER n.7lJll7Ill1'u . . . -7I'l',l . . . lfI'f1lkff1-llfli .... Hr. Prnrirlfnl Stuclrnt Council 3, 41 llvl-Iliff!! Il'orrl.s Staff 3, 41 Scnior Hi-Y 4: Litllc 'l'ln'atc'r 4: Play 4: Audio-Visual lg l'r4'sitIc'nt Class 43 Latin Club 3, 4, Public Sp:-aking' 3, 4, I'l0IIll'l'0OIll Officvx' 3, 4. NANCY ANN LINK .flmzt .II .rzewl .... wnzw laugh . . . flfllflfl' . , . Cilllllltlllfllfl 111'-'I Ynmv Rc-portcr Ig-junior Y-Toe-ns 1: Nose' for Ncws Club 1, Latin Club lg Art Staff of Annual 21 Stuclc-nt Council 23 Little- Thvzltcr' 2, 3, 43 Cast Hlvladam Phan- tom" 2, 'llickrts Committvc- "You Can't Take It With You" 43 Spanish Club 2, 3, Scnior Y-Tvcns 3, 4: Home-room Secretary 33 Invitations Committee llunior- Scnior 33 l'rog.5rain Committee- Qin:-c-n of Hvarts 4. BI1'l"l'Y CAROL LLOYD Hamid . . . Leff! hrmzl, lhirrl firzgfr . . . "Nfl" Ili-'IflI1l'A' Staff 4, LA'r1PAc: Staffg Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4: Nlarching Band 2, 35 Conte-rt Band 2, 3g Iii-'liflllF.X' Rc'prc'svntativc, Decorating Committvc' of Sophomorc- Dancvg Science' Club 31 'l'ravc'l Club. BICTSY CAROL LLOYD Ilnmrnz . , . ilu' bmrlz . . . fjIlff'f.3 Spanish Club 3, 4: .Iunior Y-Tc-cns I, 21 Sc-nior Y-Toons 3, 4, Chorus i, 2, 3, 4: C.A..'X. 2, 33 Chairman ol' Dvcoration Connnittm- "Cy Clopf' On Dccoration Connnittm' of -junior-Scnior 33 lvlclnbcr of Nose- for Ncws Club l. Bl'1'l"l'Y JEAN MGCQXRY Hliglzl '11 briglzf' . . . "'1k1!kx tn H0r.w'.r" . . . gmzrifa! .lunior Y-'l'rcns I, 2, Senior Y-Teens 3, 41 Chorus 1, 3: Littlv 'l'hcatcr 1, 33 Girls' Athlctic Association 23 Tccn Ago Book Club lg Dramatics Club 1, Chairman ol' Nlakc--Up Cominittcvz Scicncc' Club Sc'crvtary li Corsagc Committee for thc Homecoming 23 Decora- tions Connnittcc 33 Ili-'I ilzzm' Typist. CHRISTIF NEILL MCLEOD .Y.lI.S .... Cl1r'i.fU' . . . I'6'7.l'll,l!1-41' Spanish Club 45 Stud:-nt Council 31 Executive' Council of Student Council 41 Honor Society 3, 4, Wirzgnl Wnnlv Stall' 3, 4, Assistant Editor 43 LA'rIPAr: Staff 4, Aclvvr- tising hlanagvrg Y-'l'cc-ns 1, 2, 43 Chorus 3. 4g G.A.A. 2, 3, 'l'rc'asurc-r 3, 4, Prcsidcnt 4g Girl's lvlonogram Club 3, 4, St'Cl't'lHl'y 3, 'l'rcasurcr of Class 45 Holnvroom St't'l't'l2lI'y 41 Sports Cominittri' 21 Latin Club l, 2: l'i'c'sitlt-nt ol' Honor Socir-ty, 43 Co-Chairman of Sports Coinmittvvg Ili-'liznfnv Staff. MARILYN QIOYCE NICLEOD K' 'lnnf' . . . Lfjfl lmnfl, fllI'lYffil1.Qt'l '... li'rtQy.7n111'.rl1ffIrr half Chorus I, 3: Art Club 2g Knitting Club I: Sociology Club 43 Dc-coration Coininittcc for Qucvn of Hearts Dance' 4. 'I'HOM.'XS BHRKLEY IWIUNAIR -7IlAf'.l' . . . "'l'l,YI"' . . . Clillfllllltg Spanish Club 3, 41 .-Xutlio-Visual l, 21AI,Y. Football 1.2. S.-XR.-KH IMOCENE NIAXNESS 'lnnmii' . . . hiI!ifl'ALf.l' . . . Sally . . . 1'1I'H4Qfl!' 1'i'r1n1r Spanish Club, Vicc-Prcsiclcnt 3, 4: Officc Assistant 4: Studcnt Council Rcprcscntativc 1: junior Y-Tccns I. 2: Scnior Y-Tccns 3: Chorus l, 2, 3. 4: Grccn Thumb Club 2: PII'-'1I'IIlf.l' Rcprcscntativc 33 LATIPM: Rcprc- scntativc 3. EARL HILLIARD MARSHALL Hl7l-H1'l'lJI1xQu . . .47!lI1I' .... vlmrl . . . zz'nrrif'.x Stagc Crcw . . . Maintcnancc Crcw 3, 4: Music Ap- prcciation Club 2: Industrial Club 2: History Club 3 -IULI.-X .XNNE MEADOWS 'sC11l1'z' Pin" . . . lmfling lady . . . llurlmm Frcncli Club 3, 4: Cast "Lost Horizon" 4. REPTON HALL INIERRITT, -IR. 'lRr'f1" .... Y.f1..S' .... 1.0f1f1ir1g llfllllllfi livflltgflf llv0l'!f.Y Staff 3, 4: Ili-'li'n1f'.v Staff 2, .'XflVi'l'tlSlIlQ Managcr 3, 4: LATIPAC: Staff, Scnior Editor 4: Littlt' Tlicatcr 1. 2. 3, 4: Latin Club 1, 2: DONALD JOSEPH MILLER lffmznmimlff . . . 'SH..'V." . . . DJ. Studcnt Council 2, 4: Exccutivc Council of Studcnt Council 4: Scrvicc Club 4: -Iunior Hi-Y 2: Scnior Hi-Y 4: School Storc 3, 4: Audio-Visual l, 2: Boy's Monogram Club 4: Golf Tcam 2, 3, 4: -I. Y. Football Tcam 2: Bascball Tcam, Managcr I: Home-rooin Sccrc- tary 1, Prcsiclcnt 2, Scrgcant-at-Arms 3, Yicc-Frcsidcnt 43 Studcnt Council Trcasurcr 4: Latin Club l, 2. ROBERT NORVVOOD MI'l'CHEl.L "lJm"' . , . "'.S'r1l111'1l1i1' '.YI'lI' Lair' Sllrlzlf' . . . lfnbfiy Autlio-Visual 1, 2, 3, 4: Boy's lV10I'lOgl'2lIIl Club 1, 2, 3. 4: -I. Y. Football Tcam 1, 2: Track Tcam I, 2: Class Scrgcant-at-Arms lg Honncrooin Prcsidcnt 1, 2. .IOEL FR.-XNCIS MOODY, -IR. "for" . . . llnzzwr lllllfll . . . C0-CUf7lIIf?I . . . r:'ff.3f Studcnt Council l. 2. 3, 4: Quccn of Hcarts Court I: ll, Y. Football Tcam lg Frcnch Club 2, 3: junior Hi-Y 2: Scnior Hi-Y 3, 4: Kcy Club 2, 3. 4: Boy's Monogram Club 2, 3, 4: Sponsor 2, 3: Tcnnis Tcam 2, 3, 4: Football Tcam 2. 3. 4: Class Prcsidcnt 2: Homc- room Yicc-Prcsidcnt 2, 3: I1'in.gfrl I1'nrrl.r Stafln3: Marshal 3, 4: Exccutivc Council of Studcnt Council 4: HI'-'ll'II1I'.T Staff 3. PHYLLIS ANN MOREADITH "Pam" .... frm z1'1'll1 joan .... Yfwromrr Spanish Club 7 3 l ibl u Xss' . . . A -.. tl . 'z 'y .- istant 1, 2: Scnioi Y-Tccns 3. 4: Little 'I'licatcr 1, 3, 4. emiafw -'Z "'f,:7' WILLIAM DELL IWOXLEY 'LBILIX' . . . Band . . . Bmiriy Marching Band 1, 2, 3, 43 Concert Band 2, 3, 43 Home- room Vice-President 13 All State Band 3g Sophomore Circus Band 2. WINFORD NELSON LUVA DOROTHY NEWMAN Smiling . . . "DO T" . . . Spanish minulex . . . rntgz cheekf Spanish Club 3, 4, Secretary 43 Winged Words Staff 43 -lunior Y-Teens 2, 33 Chorus 2, 43 Little Theater 2, 3, 43 Plays 2g G.A.A, 2, 3, 43 Letter Exchange Club 13 Latin Club 1, 23 Decoration Committee for Queen of Hearts Dance 43 Make-up Committee for Sophomore Circusg Refreshment Committee for Ninth Grade Dance. THOMAS LONG NEWTON Mr. Foolball . . . Shfrry . . . Slzrim' Bowl . . . Co-Caplain President of Junior Hi-Y3 V. Football 13 Varsity Football 2, 3, 43 Class President lg Latin Club 1, 23 Co-Captain of Football 43 Student Coueil 2, 33 Boys Monogram Club 2, 3, 4, President 43 Marshal 3, 43 Senior Hi-Y 3, 4, Sergeant-at-Arms 43 Key Club 3, 43 Homeroom President 33 President of History Club 33 Member of Student Co-operative Committee 3. ROY FRED NOBLE those cars . . .gnndhfrirnd . . . ron! French Club 2, 33 Audio-Visual 1. NANCY FAYE NORDSTROM ilflfx. Ifirliv . . . Dick . . . Bridge junior Y-Teens 1, 2, Vice-President FOG 23 Usher '1The Baby Sitter" 2: Photography Club 13 Homeroom Devotional Chairman 1, 3, 4g Senior Y-Teens 3, 43 Little Theater 3, 43 Golden Masquers 3, 4, Treasurer 43 Make-up Committee "Men Are Like Street Cars" 33 Decoration Committee ,Iunior-Senior Prom 33 Home- room Treasurer 33 Hi-Times Representative 43 Cast "You Canit Take It With You" 4g Mimeographing Assistant 4. KENNETH HOLMES OAKLEY H-71lliIl.Yi, . . . cullin' capers . . . goodmfsx grarinusf Executive Council of Student Council 43 junior Hi-Y 23 Key Club 43 Basketball Team 13 Homeroom Secre- tary-Treasurer 1, Treasurer 2, Sergeant-at-Arms 33 Treasurer 43 Latin Club Treasurer 2, 3. JAMES FRANK PAGE njimmf' . . . llzosf Lfzfis . . . quifl Library Assistant 23 Marching Band 2, 4g Concert Band 2, 3, 4. Seadafza ff ELEANOR ANN PALMER lgllillgt' . . . ilu' llfllfll . . . Hull .II!l0.Vl'.l.! Iunior Y-'l't'vns l. 2: Latin Club I. 21 iIll'2iYt'l Club I3 library Assistant 2: Svnior Y-Tvvns 3, 4: G..A.A- 3. 4: Littlc 'l'lu'atcr 4: Spanish Club 4: Faculty Editor Annual. THOMAS NEEDHAM PARK n'l't7IIl7ll1'u . . . quifl lfkf . . . lflllgfllffl If'I7l'7'il'.S' Chorus lg SNYIIIIIIIIIIQ 'l't'am 2, 3. SHIRLEY ANN PARKER lfflIl"lI-llflt' brim- half. . . zwilirlvg . . . HL1'!1IflI'u . . .f77'f'fI1'f1l1liy' Spanish Club 3. 4: Library .Assistant 21 Ofhfc' As- sistant 3. 4: IIIIIIQIYI lfrvwlx StalI 41 lluninr Y-'llvvns li Littlt' 'l'l1catt'r 4: G.A.A. 2, rIll'3II1 Captain 3, 41 Cirl'S Monogram Club 2. 3. 41 Girls Baskvtball 'l'c"un 2, 3: I'IUlI1K'l'O0IH Oflivvr 3, 4. ANNE'l"l'E MARIE P.-X'l'RlCK ".lIi1'kr1" '... fIII'fl1'fl!II'V , . . Offiw I'lI'l'IIl'll Club 3. 4: Library Assistant 3: Ofliu' Assistant 41 Stutlvnt Council 21 Hi-'limrv Rl'IJl't'Ql'IIlHlIX'l' I: lunior Y-'I't't'ns 2: Glcc Club 2, 3. 4: Littlv 'I'hc'atcr 7 -3. 4: G..-X.A. -. 3. 4: Gills Monogram Club 3. 4: G..-X..-X. Basketball 'I't'axn 2: Student Counvil Rcprv- srntivc 2: Homvroom Sc'c'rctary 4: Chairman of French Club 3: L0ttt'r Exchangt' Club 1. V GRACE ELIZABETH PEARCE UMM . . , ".A'l'rA'ir"A . . . .S'r1'z'l'rz' Club Spanish Club 3. 4. Svcrvtary: Oflict- Assistant 2. 4: Svrvicc' Club 4: Y-'l'4'c'ns I, 2: Chorus 3. 4: Littlc' 'I'lu-atm' I. 2, 3. 41 G.A.A. 2, 33 English Class Prcsiclt-nt 43 Scivncv Class Sccrctary lg Music' Apprct'iation, Sc'CrL'tary I. SHIRLEY GREY PEARSON jnkm' . . , Hob . . . Rl-llAlf.3 . . . 'hllrzg llvllfllflu Chorus 4: Latin Club 2. JOHN MARSILIE PETERSON "Cr'n.mr"' .... SIIJIIIIIIIVIIQ . . . 'I 111' auln Iunior Scic-nm' Club 1: Latin Club I. 21 SNVIITIIIIIIIII 'I'vain 2, 3, 43 Hoy's Monogram Club 43 School Storm' 4. RICHARD SPENCER PINIJELL Rllrk . . . lI1'lIl'lI . , . .vrmzz'111r11l . . . I'I'I'li1'lIlPll1'..I full Stunlvnt Council 3, 4g Exvfutivt' Counril of Stuclvnt Council 41 Scrvim' Club 41 I,A'l'n'Ar: Stall' 41 Hi-Y 2, 3, 4: Kvy Club 4: Marching Band 3. 4: Conv:-rt Band 2, 3: Scrgvant-at-.Ar1ns, Student Council 4: -Iunior Class Prr'sidf'nt: Homvroom XIICI'-Pl'K'SICl!'I1I I, 2. Presiclcnt 4: Latin Club Librarian, Sccrctary 2, Vice-President 3: Manager. .l. Y. Football. Seadafw ALMA ANN PENNEY Piano and ringing . . . Ann French Club 3, 45 Hi-Times StafT 3, 45 junior Y-Teens 1, 2, Treasurerg Senior Y-Teens 3, 4: LATIPAC Staff 45 Chorus 1, 2, 45 Little Theater 45 Program Committee of "You Can't Take It With You" 45 Photography Club 15 Hi-Timzs Representative 25 Decorating Committee of 9th Grade Dance 15 Decorating Committee ofllunior- Senior 35 Publicity Committee of Student Council 45 Iunior Class Council 35 Decorations Committee of 'Student Council "Snow Ball" 45 Decorations Committee of Queen of Hearts 45 Messiah 4. MYRTLE CAROLYN PERRY Tommy . . . llzirrlfngzfr, lqfl hand . . .grinning . . . "Collie" Library Assistant 1, 25 Chorus 1, 2, 3, 45 Secretary of Science Class 15 Sewing Club 15 Knitting Club 1. CHARLES RUFUS PERRY Tall . . . :iElFZlGl07,, . . .gym LATIPAC Staff 45 Stage Crew 15 Homeroom Treasurer 25 Olhce Assistant 2. NETTIE SUE PHILLIPS '6Teenie', . . . Ed . . . band Marching Band 1, 2, 3, 45 Concert Band 1, 2, 3, 45 Mimeographing Assistant 45 G.A.A. 3. JOHN POWELL Latin Club 1, 25 Little Theatre 15 Swimming Team Manager 3, 45 Monogram Club 45 Shop Foreman 1. FRED ARLIUS POWLEDGE Available . . . JV'.H.S .... Crfatizfe Office Assistant 45 Student Council 45 Executive Council of Student Council 45 Honor Society 3, Vice- President 45 Service Club 3, 45 Hi-Timex 45 Repre- sentative to Boy's State 45 ,junior Civic Council 3, 4. .IAMES MOFFATT PRESSLY "Prem" . . . Swimming . . . thin Junior Hi-Y 25 Boy's Monogram Club 2, 3, 45 Swimming Team 2, 3, 45 Latin Club 1, 25 ,Iunior Science Club 1. LEE PRIDGEN, AIR. "B1ulafy" . . .football . . . Spnrtxnirlnship award Senior Hi-Y 45 Boy's Monogram Club 3, 45 Football Team 3, 45 V. Football Team 25 Homcroom Vice- President 4. CHARLES .'Xl.EX.-XNDIZR PURYEAR "DMA 1,Il!'lfII!'u . . . rrrzlrr . . . llinlj' French Club I, 2: Sergeant-at-Arms 2: l.ibrary As- sistant l: Omce Assistant 3: Student Council 2, 4: junior Hi-Y l: Boy's Monogram Club 3, 4: Football Team 3, 41 Y. Football Team 1, 2: Homeroom President 2: Vice-President 3. RICHARD RAPER Tull and dark . . . lm! I'0li,.fl'l-1711141 YV.-XYLAND JUDD RHODES, JR. "lJI'.S"ff" . . ..7lIlI7I.V1lNl,YCl1lI.i'1' . . . lfIIl'A'.t'f!lAQI' Student Council 3: II1'-'I I-II1I'.l' Representative 2: March- ing Band 2: l.ittle Theater 3, 4: Stage Crew 1, 2, 3, 4: Sergeant-at-.Nrtns for Hoineroom 3: Decoration ciillll- mittee for Freshman Dance l: Decoration and linter- tainment for Sophomore Circus 2: Decorations for Queen of Hearts 2: Golden Masquers 4: Aclvaneezl Chemistry 4. AIO.-KN RIGGSBHE P.'X'l'RICl.-X MARIE RISLEY "PAT" TIPIINI 1JrItlK:1'1"' . . . 'll'011hfr1i'.7.9 , . . 11121 G.A..-X, I: New Hartford: Varsity Club I, 2, 3: English Club 1, 2: Girls Choir l, Z, 3: Girls Basketball Team l, 2: Softball Z, 3: Girls Track 1: Committee of Ushers, Chairman tGraduationl 3: 'Iunior Red Cross 2, Presi- dent 3: Dance Club lg Typist for "Tattler" 3: Decorat- ing Committee forjunior Dance 3. EDITH l'li.'X'l'ROSS ROGERS ulftllllgflu .... 'lfw llvlllllllll .... N.II.S ,.., Ihr' S. C. Spanish Club 3, 4: Ofhee Assistant 3, 4: Student Council 4: Chairman ol' Social Standards, Executive Council of Student Council 4: National Honor Society 4: Service Club 4: llvlill-1.7!'!i lforriv Staff, Co-Art Editor 4: Y-Teens 2: Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4: Ensemble 3, 4: Stage Crew 3, 4: G..-X..:X. 2, 3: Representative to Girl's State 3: Poster Committee 4: Co-Chairman of Decorating Committee of Sophomore Circus 2: Social Standards Committee 3. RITA-X SATISKY SlI!I!I.QI'l-III . . . lfI'l'7II-If .... Y.I1.S. Ofliee Assistant 2. 3. 4: Stuclent Council 1, Poster Committee 4: Ifingrri Il'nrd.v Staff 3, 4: Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 4: Chorus 2, 3, 4: G..'X.A. 4: l.atin Club I, 2: Decora- tions for Dances l, 2, 3: Sophomore Circus 2: Vice- President Latin Club 2: Nose for News Club I:.lunior Civic Council 4: Orientation Day Committee 3: Phone Directory forjunior Class 3. DQXYID EDXVARD SCHRlil"l"l.l3R 1fI'fAv1' . . . 1JII!lxifI'70ll.Y 1,III'Z' .... Sllllllll' Track Team 3: Homeroom Sergeant-at-Arms lg Maintenance Club 3, 4: Decorating for 'Iunior-Senior 3: Entertainment for Sophomore Circus 2: Industrial- Arts Club 1, Secretary 1. enema endow WOODROW HARMON SEARS 'L llvllllllijlv . . . lfrzhglish I1'0rri1'.r ..., Yrzlzmf Hoy . . . Lvolm Student Council 4, Chairman of Maintenance Crew 4: Service Club 3, 4: Chorus 2, 3, 4: Ensemble 3, 4: "You Can't Take It With You" 4: Audio-Visual 2: Foot- ball Team 3: Homeroom Vice-President 1, 2: President 3: Sophomore Circus 2: -Iunior-Senior Deeoration Committee 4. LEMUEL M. SHIRLEY HCIIIVIIH . . . "i'l1Ill1"' , . . .'1ur1i0-l'i.r11f1l Audio-Visual 3, 4: Latin Club 1, 2. SARAH ELIZABETH SILVERS "Sally" . . . lhal vnirzz' .... v lou' bu! .turf . . . om' qf llm len Chorus 1: Franklin High, Franklin, Indiana 1, 2, 35 Secretary of Class 2: Art Club 1, 2, 3: Tri-Hi-Y 3: Planning Committee Sophomore Party 2: Refreshments Committee for ,junior-Senior 3: F.F.A. Court 3. SHIRLEY LEE SLOCUM L'.S'!nflry" . . . Jlllzlelics . . . agreeing Latin Club 1, 2: Spanish Club 3, 4: Hi-Times Staff 3, 4g LATIPAC Staff, Sports Editor 4: Little Theater 4: G.A.A. 2, 3, 45 Girl,s Monogram Club 3, 4: President of Dramatics Class 4: Sergeant-at-Arms Monogram Club 4: Decorating Committees ,junior-Sernio Prom and Sophomore Circus: Volleyball Team 2, 3, 4: Baseball Team 2, 3, 4: Basketball Team 2, 3, 43 Sports Committee 2, 4, Student Director of Thanksgiving Play 4. SARAH BRADLEY SMALL g'lfn11I" , . . lmrzl zenrlrfr . . . HSmilir1,g" Hospitality Committee 4: Poster Committee 3, 4: Senior Y-Teens 3: ,Iunior Class Council 3: Phone Directory Typing Committee 3: -Iunior Y-Teens 1, 2: C.A.A. 1, 2, Winston-Salem Girls Clee Club 1: Mixed Glee Club 1. SUE CAROLYN SORRELL NC'0IlIlf7LYN . . . Ifnglixll I1"orrif.f . . . "Cul llml Ulll.!,, . . . .Symrls Supfrlalive Spanish Club 3, 4: Student Council lg Winged lVorrl.r Staff 4: LATIPAC Staff 4: C.A.A. 2, 3, 4: Girl's Mono- gram Club 3, 4, President 4: Homeroom Vice-President 1: Member of Sports Committee 4: Art Club 1g Basket- ball Team 2, 3, 4: Baseball Team 2, 3, 4, Volleyball Team 2, 3, 4. ROBERT EARL SMITH Hobby . . . Przcliaml lozw .... wan wilh jolzmiv Library Assistant 2: Chorus 15 Homeroom Vice-Presi- dent lg Flash Bulb Club 1: Maintenance Club 35 Shop Supervisor 4. CARROLL SMITH Pale Farr . . . 'I'!1r ml! our . . . zuorrim' . . . girlr Spanish Club 3, 4: Monogram Club 4: Track Team 2, 3, 4: Home-room Sergeant-at-Arms 4: Maintenance Crew 3, 4, Glec Club 1. endow HAROLD GLENN SMITH ".S'hiI,N"' .... llr .... 0.lt4 .... f111ifl.' Chorus I: Boy's hlonogram Club 4: Basketball Team, Manager 31.1. V. Basketball Team, Manager 1, 2: Homeroom, Treasurer I, 2, 3, 4: Maintenance Crew 2, 3: Latin Club 2, 3: Sophomore Circus 2, PATRICIA ANN SPAINHOUR f1,lII,l'1Il'II.Q 4'll'ILL1If" . . . ull7'I'.Y!Iu .... mm!! 'II Irina Office Assistant 2, 3, 4: Student Council 2: HI'-llflIIf.ti Staff 4: l.A'l'u'At: Staff 4: .Iunior Y-Teens 1. 2: Senior Y-Teens 3, 4: Little Theater 2, 3, 4: Homeroom Secre- tary 3: Decorations Committee for -Iunior-Senior 3. ROBERT CTCONNOR SPEARS "R.0." . . . 'let'-Pre , . . .5'zf'in1n11'ng Boy's hlonogram Club 2, 3, 4: Manager of lfootball Team 23.1. Y. Football Team Manager 1: Maintenance Crew 4: -junior-Senior Decorations Committee 3: In- dustrial Arts Club 1: Chemistry Laboratory .Assistant 4: Tieket Committee Sophomore Circus 2: Decorations Committee Freshman Class Dance 1: English Club President 3. QIEAN RAYE SPIKES "Lnad.vqff1m" . . .-f!'I'I'7IlI'Zjf . . , hqvxf . . . "Iwi" Mimeograph Office Assistant 4: Y-Teens 2, 3: Mixed Chorus 2, 4: Latin Club l, 2: Letter Exchange Club l : Ticket Committee, Sophomore Circus 2: Decorating Committee, junior-Senior 3: Mizpah Devotional Group 4: History Club Secretary 3: Sewing Club 23 Decorating Committee, Freshman Dance 1: English Club 35 HI'-7f!7lEJi Typist 4. .F .:, 1' F' . A 1 5 li ff Q - Z.. la -L' roi, T JOAN KAYE SPIKES "'l'lml Ir1ulgl1f" , . . lwfn . . . "lm" . , . fllfllfl' rzurw Library Assistant 2: Ili-'lmuzv Staff 3, 4: l,A'ili-Ac: StalT4: Y-Teens 2, 3, 4: Mizpah Devotional Group 4: Letter Exchange Club I: Decorations Committee for tlunior-Senior 3. ALVIN BRADLEY STARNES H'r1'f1'ng . . . "AL" .... Ur. Yennii Hoy's Monogram 2, 3, 4: Tennis Team Manager, 1, 2, 3: -I. V. Football 2: Homeroom Vice-President 4: Projectionist Club 1: Sports Committee 4: Wake County Doubles Champion 3, 4: Maintenance Crew 4: Decora- tion Committee .Iunior-Senior 3. DONALD STEINE "Big Hvllffl-3 . , . 111174711771 . . . Ijllflflll' Election Committee 3: Sports Committee 4: House and Grounds Committee 4: Junior Hi-Y I: Senior Hi-Y 4: Key Club 4: Boy's Monogram Club 3, 4: Sportsman- ship Club Vice-President 1: Football Team 31.1. Y. Basketball Team I, 2: Basketball Team 3, 4: Vice- President Homcrooin I, Sergeant-at-Arms 2. President 45 Decorations Committee for junior-Senior Dance 3: Senior Class Advisory Council 4: Sergeant-at-Arms of Senior Class 4. BETTY JANE STEPHENSON "rn11ml-rm llflu . . . our .Wl'l'l'f!Jl'1' . , . llllliff .uf'r'r'l11f.u Spanish Club 3. 4: Executive Couneil of Student Council 3, 4: Class Secretary 4: Homeroom Secretary 3: Vice-President History Club 4: Library Club lg Mizpah Devotional Group 3, 4: President 4: Imitation Committee .Iunior-Senior 3: Senior Class Scrapbook 4: Sf'lTl0l' Class Council 4: Senior Class Advisory Council 4. M A'I"I'H ENV ARNOLD STEPH ENSON .S'mr1r'l.' . . . qufrl . . . Klfall Ili-'1z'n1f.r Representative Advertising Assistant 23 Home- room Vice-President 31 Latin Club l. 21 Travel Club lg Decoration Committee .Iunior-Senior 31 English Club 3, 4, President 3, President of Current History Club 2. SELETA ANNE STEVENS Cfwzjy . . . lVm'l3'.v . . , Cl!I.l'l177lI'7f' . . . Um' of Ihr lfigllf French Club 3, 4: Library Assistant 2, F32 Chorus 23 Rainbow Girls 3, 4: Decoration Committee for -junior- Senior 3, Library Club lg Refreshments Committee for Ninth Grade Dance l. BERT STEYICK "1fi1l'w" . . . "Cnrm"' . . . Cvlflfllf . . . bafgvqfarff Chorus 2, 3: Y. Basketball hianagcr 2, Niaintenantze Crew 3. PEGGY ANNE STRICKLAND ,lfqjrrrvlfr . . . Rm' . . . IM Library Assistant 31 Student Council lg Chorus l: lwiarching Band l, 2, 3, 4, Concert Band 1, 2, 3, Teenage Book Club l. MICHAEL .IAMES SUPPLE 'clfllu-,llmg . . , i'.ll1'ltr" . . . Lrzlrfurlf boy Track Team l, 21 Sergeant-at-Arms in Courtship and Family Science Club: Latin Club 13 Hermitage High School, Richard, Virginia 3: Thomas jefferson High School, Richmond, Virginia, 1, 2. GLENN HAROLD SUTTON L'I,r'K,g.r" . . . Brain . . . If!lh1'!'IIff1t'I' Latin Club 2, 31 hiaintenance Crew 4: Photography Club 1: English Club 3, 41 Entertainment Committee Sophomore Circus 2. HERBTAN W'ARD TAYLOR Slrrfgy . . . fifltp' .... 3111.-Y. Student Council 1, 2, Honor Society 43 .lunior Hi-Y l, 24 Senior Hi-Y 43 Key Club 4: .l. V. Basketball Team 1, 25 Boy Scouts 1, 2. THONIAS HART TEAGUE lhvzr' llirnj' . . . 'i1.iIflf.rki" . . . ,qonrl looking Spanish Club 3, 41 Student Council 43 Hi-'lilmiv Staff 43 l.ATiPAt: Staff 41-IKIHTOI' Hi-Y 1: Senior Hi-Y 43 Stage Crew 3, 4: Boy's lWonogram Club 2, 3, 41 Clueen of Hearts Escort lg Tennis Team 2, 3, 41 V. Football Team 21 Basketball Team 3, 43.1. V. Basketball Team 2: Homeroom Treasurer lg Boy Scout fEaglel I, 2: Election Committee 3, 41 Chapel Committee 3: Social Standard Committee 4: Government and International Club 4. JANIE MARGARET TEW "To0!l' . . . Bill. . . Fora' Mimeograph Assistant 4, junior Y-Teens 1, Chorus 1, 2, Little Theater 2, G.A.A. 2, Typist for Hi- Times 4. DANNY THOMAS Mbit . . . the New . . . Tabb jr. Spanish Club 3: Library Assistant 2, Student Council 4, Executive Council of Student Council 4, Service Club 3, 4, junior Hi-Y 1, 2, Senior Hi-Y 4, Stage Crew 3, 4. JAMES SNYDER TISDALE Crew Cul . . . Caps . . .jim Spanish Club 3, 4, Photography Club 3, Methodist Youth Fellowship 1, 2, 3, 4. ANNE STEPHENSON TUNSTALL Morsmz . . . Hblondyw . . . ,fern with Angfla French Club 4, junior Y-Teens 1, 2, Treasurer 2, Senior Y-Teens 3, Glee Club 2, 3, 4: Latin Club 1, 2. HILTON EDWARD TURLINGTON Sonny . . . Pilrtlzer . . . Packards . . . "Lizabflh" Spanish Club 3, 4, Library Assistant 2, 3, -junior Hi-Y 2, Audio-Visual 1, Boy's Monogram Club 2, 3, 4, Baseball Team l, 2, 3, 4, Homeroom Vice-President 4. ROBERT VADEN UPCHURCH Bobby . . . Ann . . . Smiling JANE HAYES v1cK ff Viclrir" .... N .H.s .... bzondif Spanish Club 4, President, Oflice Assistant 3, 4, Student Council, Chairman of Hospitality Committee 4, Execu- tive Council of Student Council 4, Honor Society 3, 4, Service Club 4, Junior Y-Teens 3, Secretary, Senior Y-Teens 3, Publicity Chairman, Little Theater 3. Member, Plays 2, Head Usher, May Court 1, Sponsor 1, Freshman Class, Sponsor 3, Football Team, Home- room Secretary 4, Representative to National Honor Society Convention 3, Representative to Girl's State 3, Latin Club 1, 2, Secretary. MARY ALYS VOORHEES Drape .vliapr . . .prrronaligf plus . . . Snowbird Spanish Club 2, 3, 4, Hi-7imr.v Staff 3, 4, I,ATIPAC Staff 3, 4, Junior Y-Teens 2, Senior Y-Teens 3, 4, Chorus 1, Concert Band l, 2, Little Theater 1, 3, 4, G.A.A. 2, Homeroom Officer 1, Tri-Hi-Y 1, Future Homemakers of America 1, Majorette 1, Decorations Committee 1, Invitations Committee 2, Decorations Committee 3, Treasurer of Homeroom l, Camera Club Secretary lg Social Committee for Y-Teens 3, 4, Ticket Committee for "You Can't Take It With You" 4, Senior Editor for LATIPAC 4, Chairman of Tickets Committee for Senior Plays 4, Decoration Committee for Queen of Hearts Dance 4. Swine emlafw DONALD HENRY WEILLER "lVing.r" . . . l"lm'if1'a . . .fzllzlrf VIIGITIIF Library Assistant 13 junior Hi-Y 13 Golden Masquers 33 Stage Crew 13 Track Team 3: Baseball Team 1, 21 Maintenance Crew 43 Decoration for Junior-Senior 3. ZOA BARBARA WEILLER l7lUIglf' Wnnzan . . . .Zola . . . Adrmelnu' . . . Paul . . . lruf blonde Chamblee High School, Georgia 23 Future Home-makers of America 23 Library Staff 23 Glee Club 23 Future Teachers of America, President 23 Class Wit 23 Central High School, Charlotte 3g C.C.C.,SQ Girls Athletic Assoeiation3 Social Standards Committee 43 Homeroom Representative 4. CAROLYN MICHAEL WARLICK Thai Voir? . . . Aliami . . . Clzfnzislry Worries Spanish Club 3, 43 Junior Y-Teens 2, 33 Senior Y-Teens 33 Glee Club l, 2, 3, 4g Ensemble 43 Little Theater 43 G.A.A. 23 Secretary-Treasurer of Ensemble 4. MIRANDA WATSON The SL' .... Iranuga . . . "Hnpfgy" . . . talking Library Assistant 13.lunior Y-Teens 13 Student Council House and Grounds Committee 13 Chorus 2, 33 Little Theater 2, 43 G.A.A. 2, 3, 4, Hi- '1'z'mfs Staff 3, 43 W'ingm' Words Staff 43 LATIPAC Staff 3, 43 Homeroom Secretary 33 -junior-Senior Decorations Committee 33 Senior Y-Teens 43 Make-up Committee "You Can't Take It With You" 43 Student Council Committee, Hospitality 4. INDIA ,IOAN WEEMS MARGARET SUE WILLETT Hfoobif' . . . Nfrgjorflle . . . Dick Library Assistant 13 Spanish Club 43 junior Y-Teens 23 Senior Y-Teens 3, 43 Marching Band l, 2, 3, 4: Concert Band 1, 2, 33 Queen of Hearts Court 33 Secre- tary of Homeroom 13 Vice-President of Homeroom 23 Majorette 3, 4. VERNA LEE WILLIAMS "Prppy,' . . . lffnnflh . . . nurse lo be Spanish Club 3, 43 Library Assistant 23 Chorus 2, 43 Future Homemakers of America 23 Christian Student Union 33 Program for Queen of Heartsg Chairman of Program Committee for F.H.A.3 Government Club 4. MARY PAGE WILLIAMS MP. Pndl' . , . Garner . . . dry wil Spanish Club 43 Library Assistant 1, 23 Student Council 33 Junior Y-Teens 1, 23 Senior Y-Teens 3, 43 Chorus 2, 3, 43 G.A.A. 2, 3, 4. SARAH ELIZABETH WOMBLE Baseballfan . . . Sonny . . . Liz French Club 4g Library Assistant 1, 2, 3g LATIPAC Staff 43 Junior Y-Teens 23 Senior Y-Teens 3, 43 Chorus 2g G.A.A. 1 3 Vice-President of Homeroom 33 Hospitality Committee 43 Typing Committee for Phone Directories 33 Girls Chorus 23 Homeroom Treasurer 3. ANN ALLAN WOODWARD THE SC. . . "Woodie" . . . N.H.S. Student Council 43 Executive Council of Student Council 43 Honor Society 3, 43 Service Club 43 Winged Word: Staff 4g Hi- Times Staff 3, 43 junior Y-Teens 1, 23 Little Theater 2g Stage Crew 3, 43 G.A.A. 43 Marshal 43 Homeroom Treasurer 43 Co-Chairman of Stage Crew 43 Corresponding Secretary of C.A.P. 43 Senior Advisory Council 4g Latin Club 1, 23 Editor of Winged Words 43 Secretary of N.H.S. 43 junior Y-Teens Re p- resentative to Teen Age Council 33 Delegate to N. C. Scholastic Press Convention3 LATIPAC Staff. PHILIP LARRY YARBROUGH "Phil', . . . "Young Man With a Horn' . . . Curb: hair Spanish Club 33 Concert Band 1, 2, 3, 43 Sergeant-at- Arms Homeroom 3, 43 Maintenance Crew lg Genera Science Club 13 American History Club 33 Vice-Presi- dent Sociology Club 43 Courtship and Family Science Club 4. 39 PATRICIA ANN YELVINGTON Frank . . . Clothes . . . Majorettf Library Assistant 3, 43 Hi-Times Staff 33 LATIPAC Staff 33 Majorette 2, 33 4, Queen of Hearts Court 23 Home- room Vice-President 13 Homeroom Treasurer 23 Knitt- ing Club lg Decorating Committee Freshman Dance lg Decorating Committee Sophomore Dance 23 Concert Band 33 Class Night Committee 4. CLIFFORD HUGH MCGUFFIN Kinston 1, 2, Junior Hi-Y3 Glee Club 1, 23 Dramatics Club 2g Public Speaking Club 23 Point Pleasant, W. Va. 3, Senior Hi-Y 33 Baltimore, Md., journalism Club 33 Hi-Timer 43 LATIPAC 4. 1 . , FQXN . .pg .1 " K. IM . ,K z. , ,K D ., .4 -4"1' . .L:'-' " ' 5 MBL- jfs.. u I vii' g J. i'Nx5.4.-q J ' I 4 dd l MMI fab, 'ALT f-ff' 'fm-L 'Xing " L 1, - f,.-, ro ' -'J ull -rw slfler. ' . ' f OIVFICICIQS. l.l.'fl In righl: Gary lfislic-r, l'n'.w'rlw11l.' jimmy Johnson, lll'l'!l.Ylll'l'l','AlU2iI'll1l' Sink, Sr'r'l'1'lr111'.' Alimlny Clhalnlim-rs, Srzxgwfzzll-111-.'lrfm5 Manly Fulxank and Mr. Howarrl, .lrlf'1',wr. Um' -Iunior Class lwqan thc' ya-ai' with thc' Selling clrinks al sclmol llxnclimis ancl maga- r'lc'c'Iion ul' ils Class ullic'c'i's. Clary lfislivi' was Zim' Sl1l3SCI'lplllJIlS pavvcl uhm- wayl'or1l1c- lmigfgvsl m'lc'c'lvcl prvsirlvnlz Manly liulmank. YlCi'-lDI'k'Sl- cvvlil ol the yvar. lhv -llllllill'-Sl'IlllJI'. This flc'nl1 Aluannm' Sink, sc-c'r'c'lzi1'y1 -lllllllly' lluhnsun, long' awailvcl prmn was hvlcl April l7. ll'4'2lSllI'l'I'1 and .jinnny Clhainlacrs. sm'i'gc-anl-al- liC'I7I'l'Sl'l1llIlQ thc .Iunior Class as marshals arms. wc'1'c' Alloc Smith, Bcity Harkvr, Danny .Ionc-s, Oni' uluur two sc-1'x'ic'c pmjvcls was a nalivily and Gcrry Hartzog. scvm- on lhc' lronl lawn lwllm' tha' flllI'lSlI112iS Our 4-lllms and zxcliivvciilmils haw ln-on holidays. .Xn informal clancm' was also spmrimsmmlvcl f'IlCUll!'llQCCl hy our Class aclvisur, Harry Howard, nm- lllili'l'IlUlJI1 in c'u-opmwalion with thc .junior His inlcrvst and Q'L1lCl2l!lCi' we-i'v largvly rc- lli-Y and lhm' .-Xunliu-Yisual Cilulm lin' thc spunsihlc' lm' thc sL1cc'vss aChicfx'c'fl llimL1g'l1u11l lwnvlil nl' thx' lX1z1rr'h ul' Diinm-s. our-lunim' yvar. 40 if K N X, wif' F I-ffl row: Reveley Allen Carolyn Anderson Diane Anderson .Iinuny Anderson Jerry Andrews Lynwood Baird Billy Baker Semnzl row: Betty Barker Pat Barnes Lemma Baucom B. F. Beasley -Ion Bell Joe Bennett Kit Bernhard X. xg A Third row: klimmy Bethune "Bill" Bickett John Bikle .Iohn Blackwell David Blackwood Arthur Bone Gene Bostian I'10III'UI row: Pete Bougades Alan Bradford Claud Broome Charles Brown Susan Browne Max Bryan XVayne Bullard amine F Irs! row: Carol Campbell Margaret Campcn Barbara Carpenter Katherine Casey Betsy Caviness Bobby Caviness Jimmy Chambers Sfrnnd row: Paul Chamblee Bobby Chapman 4. t' i I A '- Y A .Q N I a w Q x . -, I 4 4 . "' Third row: Julia Ann Crater .Ioan Crawford Joan Crosby .lane Davis Hubert Davis Sara Jean Davis Ellen Dennis Fourth row: XValton Dennis .Iohn Dombolis Connie Choate yy' Gerry Douglas Barbara Clark Frazier Edwards Mary -lane Clements in A' 5,1 , I z ZPete Eberhart Tommy Copley Eric Elliot Donald Cox Larry Ellis mc Qas.4tsg9.u.f.ki.sfL Q-M5-o.. 42oA3J.ffL, O10-M'-'Y canine Fin! row: Dianne' Ellison Harry Ethclriclgv Manly Eulmanks Nancy Eubanks Randolf Evans Gvorgc Fairbanks Gary Fisher Sefond row: Frances Folk Kay Foskey Peggy Fox Jim Franklin Jack Fulguni Peggy Garner Pat Garrell Tlzim' row: Carolyn Gaskill Foster Gibson Lee Giles Alina Graham Betty Gray Carolyn Grccn Sara Gullcltv Fourth row: Cathc-rine Gupton Ann Hardy Jim Harrill Katherine Harrison Kathc-lee-n Harlsock Gerry Hartzog Milton Haynes I mine F irst row: Margaret Henson Eleanor Hester Bernard Hicks Sandra Hilliard Bobby Hines Wfallacc Hodges Virginia Ann Hollowell St'L'07ld row: Betty Hood Lynn Howard Peggy Howard Richard Howard Pickle Hunter Pat Ingle- Sally Ives Third row: Lem Jenkins Bertha Johnson Jimmy Johnson Tim Johnson Danny Jones Gcrric Jones Gordon Jones Fourth row: Roddie jones Merle Kelly Joe Kenncd Becky King Joy Lambert Alice Landcaster Becky Lassiter Q , 1 szypl 'I I 'il 0 V 'ffl l gW.r,,f5 fzuhj QV' .l y,fvv ,k,Tf- J .I S. . g,,'4"p.yDV.I' I. -l1x",, ' u ,f , li .f nv- ,M ,ffl mana E. Lassiter , , f JI-if 'Pete fn' -d Shirley Lemons PJ V0 UTS t cffonnell Patsy Leonard U6-' Anna Maria McLean Katherine Lewis Gy Vxc 4 Ned Meekins Alice Liles . f P Seth Miller Dorothy Linberry . ao .Iackie Nulls Linda Lloyd ' Elaine Mitchell f QJV! X4 ual: x - Safrund row: xx Fourth row: Kay Lounsllerry Sally Lowe Naney Ludwick Bobby Lynch Iimrnv Lvndon . f 1 Billy Marpeace Hubert Matthews .Iimmy Mizelle Betty Moore Patsy Moore Charles Marvus Garret Morrow Leslie Moseman Bruce Newton endow o o iii AEE 'QL 5' F fm! row: Cora Lee Nipper Frances Oser Fuzzy Palmer Neal Parrish Norwood Parker Don Perry Buzzy Peterson Sfrmld row: Billy Phelps Chase Phillips Billy Powell Dot Pressly Nella Purrington Miriam Quarries Louise Raper Third row: Carolyn Rawls Dale Reaves Charles Rhodes Katy Richardson Robert Robinson Sue Robinson Gil Rothstein Fozlrlfz row: .lean Rowland Donny Roy Norman Russell Peggy Sanders Ioanne Sanderson Chris Saperilas Dot Sasser Q A fandom F irsl row: Benton Satterfield Bobby Sessoms Barbara Scott Susan Sharpe Joanne Sink Betty Slater Alice Smith Sfcond row: .Io Ann Smith Ed Steele Joyce Stevenson Sandra Stevens Bobby Stevenson Sarah Stonc Billy Suiter Third row: Donny Taylor Eddie Tarrington Ervin Thompson Pete Thompson Nellie Tutor Johnny Upchurch Virginia Urquhart Fourth row: Joyce Vaughn Don Voorhees Hilda Walker Frank Wall Bill Wallace Nancy Wallace Martha Wardlaw cmdofw F irsl row: jack Wfarncr Glcen Warren L. A. Watson Sue Weathers Sherry Wendorf Billy Whisnant Billy Williford Second row: Mary Lou VVilson Sherry Wooldridge Mary Workman Shelia Young Bobbie Zwahlen Barbara Brawley Gloria Cartwright Third row: Donald Johnson George Moore X 48 ,J I " ' 4 I f 3 S f his 5 5. TQKQ 525 923 -Ui 'K S3 1-. T- Sa maze 65444 Lftfl lu ll-gliff Svmi Mintzrllilly llric'kliousc', Hugh licnnvtl, Polly W'ood, Mr, Smith, Kim Hatclivi' 'l'hv Sopliuiiiorc' Class lmcgzin its War lay SC'1Ill'Sll'l', the Clzlss sulcl Cfliristmzis wrnpp ch-cling thc' following ofliccrsz Prcsiclviit, Scmi pzipvr, This was vc-ry SllCC1'SSlllll. Also. thi' cl iss Mintz: Yicc'-Prvsiclciit, Billy Brickhousv: Svcrc- pziiiicipzilvcl in lhv l1l2lQ'2lZlI1lx sale' cz1r1'ic'cl on tary, Kim Hatclivit 'l'1'vz1s111'1'1', Polly XYOUCIL hy thvschool. Svrgvzilll-21l-Arms. Hugh Bvliiivll. On April 1 thc Class hvlcl its zmnuul suclil For il mom'y-making prqivct during thc Iirst which was El dzmcv. 49 A ' 57,4-lil! l 3 I, f I IVV 7 l f, , u. ,,y J If I " -if ,X H ' " v V yi fi' 7140 Lwcl ' ' 614441 14,4 -?e4,u1,1,e1,L',1J 791 ll agaaawuev "7"'u' y ,e464u? 2 My Dm N A i 131-I'.S'l row' .S'f'1'n111l rnzzf: Tlzfrfl row: ' K L: . Boh Allcn Bill Barksdalc Pagc Bvrnsu-in . ,S ' Boll Alphin Grctchcn Barncttc Rohcrt Bvvcrly 7 v A x Chip Andcrson Ann. lmc Barnhart . A I i Phil Blzlkc Q k . ! :J .I ' Q Eclwina Armstrong Graham Baskcrvillc -.' , Johnny Bowcn ,u 2 Q -f" llayc Arnold Margarvt Bcatty 1' J Wlilson Bowcrs K ' lf' .f- Betsy Balcntinc Lihhy Bock ,fo V Clarvncc' Boykin E, . ' V Billy Barham Barbara B 'rmcllx 'ty' J Bucky Branhani U V -f Buddy Barkvr Hugh BCBYCEQ, 'V Russel Bray lt ' . .l ' . ' I Q. pf 170111111 row: N fx? JFQ771 rnztm' K' J' J Q' k J, Phil Brcwvr Y A9 f-Rayslfs any," " 5 Q Bctsy Brian Ns Ng Rna Bu ' 'K , Q V . ' Lola Brian 4, I- 'gf' 7 fK'tty'SA1c' Qsayincss x Q 3, ' r ,yy . Billy Brickhousc fl rl fav' 'I ' oxfI1rd1 ll J x Joanne Bridgcrs X ' ' s alla 9 l Ctty Brown l U 4 -fi iiny Cherry M ' dj af' . Nancy Browning -.fl Mary Colo ' dv f t -Iohnny Byrant ' B ,V Barry Collins 5 3 t I 50 x' if ' 'lr wil i W J ' ip., w S ' ,J f yr F . We R E l Q Q' l 'll . x.,i S F .,f .. A . . , K i Z It .'.. .X C Q i t , E' H, E , , m 1 ykkk ,Q .,:f A , l 'fr .,. 4 "' f E A ,',.- , H 'F ls.,- 4, K -lt . m:.:LA 5 QA In .E . - i kkhk ki -. - 'kh f U k i .J L A X qv. VM Lf A l C esl a ll 'sf I N.. it - E o Jr- .- s .." -' ZI, u M A - A M, ' B 6 6 A tt rt l l A ,... ,R M-as My -fl l X l S W l, .- - K ' First row: Second row: Tllliflf row: Sl , 9 A Bobby Collins Jimmy Davis Arthur Dozicr S ' A-Q Q Mary Frances Connell Martha Dean Gary Dozicr S , - Lynn Courtney Fred De Berry Billy Dunn Camilla Cox Bob Dempsey Ben Eaton J. 'TMA' , I BobbyCrolnley . NancyCrump .. Bobby Crumpler Anne Denmark Walter Desern Mildred Disaker C. L. Eddins kk- I Anita Edwards l M .Iimmy Edwards ' ' Richard Curlee Bob Darst Mary Lou Ellis K Fourth row: Fyfth row: O LW' -I Marjorie Estes Mary Lou Geile 0 . 40"-H Celeste Ferrell Critz George 11194-6 Chou-Q, ,Qu Patricia Ferrell Faye Godwin U06 ll Z A " ' , Robert Paul Foxworth Lea Goldin ' u C' ff Sammy Frazer Camille Grice fh- Ego Donald Fry Ann Grisette ,7 """3'9"-'Q Ann Fuller Billy Harding 14 me 5 n Elaine Gaddy Betty Harmon l'o'L9-Q., L . '47 Q, I- 1 51 1-D -,.,g,,,.,--Q., bofff- rr.. g ,ip-,14 uvwb no .- 7 0 0 1 5 ' ' 44, '-A 11044 i 1' ,-J jf: lk , Y. 1 A, .. . x L , I . ' , ,Q l -rfb... QW, I Ya L ' ' N 4-4-Nw Two. IC- ' Sa owed -, MQ 'K ,4 so ,Q ,,,,s ' "C-38 n Q E -P 3 N xl 1 mix: J nfl i y K K a wx K Q L if 8 I . U x lv 1' , , H , , rn vp' IZALCKHJ, I, ps, W .Srrflrzff fnzfx' 'liflfrfl IYIZZH' 3' -In II ft .' ff. ,,l"" Q ll'OlyI1 Harris Mary Suu Hvrring lfaiz Huscin .1 ' y ff' , li l' Dicky Harrison Gingcr Hcstvr .Iohnny Holt , A ' gi, XP' f Bolmlny Harrison Bolplmy Hilalnard Bc-11 Hull ' J' YJ ex Kiln Hatchcr Angvla Hilliard Carolyn Jackson 5 1" David Hayvs Hvnry Hogwocd .Iinnnic Jvffrics li 56 ' S - vn Hayes -lorry Holoman Toxiiiiiy-In-ffivys 'l 'xi Ax 'nty Hclnis Burton Horwitz Bcity Lou Johnson -V . JV ji -. yron Hvrndon Ncil Hurdson Belly Suv .Iohnson - - l 5' A "' 1 - "-45-1 xxx A Fnzzrth row: Fifth rnzef: iii , 0 f-lf!-, A ' -,.' lx Francvs-Iohnson Sylvia Kilpatrick i ? ,I !.A.j"d1 71 I ll Roland Johnson Morton King fi if 9' 7' " ' 'U Shcrill .Johnson Bobby King C ,kwa I Q klvrry xloncs -Illllllly Kirkland 1 1 V 'N 'X cf UA Morris -Ioncs Bobby Kirkland V404-7' Mm, DVPVL- Nancy ,Io Stevens -Iohnny Lawrcncc Pattie .Io Jones -Ivan Leach ' J Arnold josicn DorothY Lehewkp A Q, jg? M 52 VH1 ygwid' , C'a?yvQa Qyifihf, ,ij 1 pf 'Q 'H'-' hxzssauaac g.-cava., I H V, : 4 L' -- A , - . 'G' ....., +L .V .1-avg, .,cy1g,.-' J cfqxs . , K R-'iff 0 L-. 5 X ..,'i"1'7"fV""'-' 'Zig w l ,.v. K-I1 Safbzamofzea 'Rf Q .l f ,R sv lm ia Qgk 'M ' Q I L M i xt is First row: Swl'tT07ZIl row: gm Tizirri row: .ludY Lt-vi Matilda Man115"'I0"'N-5201141-Elfricida Mehlich 0 -9 t M Marjorie Linzey Landrum M3DHlH -Bill Merriman A- Joyce Little , Karina Matinos -61-mhpzugene Miller W Lawrence Lohr X nfl- Sylvia Matthews if U H' Hal Miller Charles Lombard .Peter Moupin Semi Colon Mintz - Jane Low W! 'Eddie Maynard Steve Mirman W Mary Lou a ,Harold McClain Eddie Mitchell Car ?g5 IJ MGene McCraken .Iimmy Mitchell W L v ' .A 1 1 ' .4 1 I ' ' " . . V , fi .5f fI Fy'tl1 row: !7L-If gin! 7 1 ,W Myjwell Nancy Mumford Av - ' ' if ,ply Edfna Montague Carolyn Myers IZ!! 6 y ,gary Lynn Moody Mike Neilson TN! . Q, ' , 1, oss,Moore Elinor Ncwherne pl , , polflf ,Y :ic 0 Morgan Kay Newell . , V , 'M H d' h k' N 10,1 M , If 1 lmala Ivlloiiislt ilglllirytxoodmliilicclhols I ll jf J My S nny Mountcastlc' Sarah .lane Nicholson ff f J ff I a if f' i y f , f , 1 ' Q I' ' t I 5' LV' -M 4 Q' , , ' . , f g , f Q .5 ' 'ft 53 lj 2 "li U ix 1' f' n I 11 .f--. - .lv PL p 'A V p,.-Lx . " X fjymiitfs at, fs , , , -, " 'A , - N V. 1 4 TAL! A,n" 4l'L J lxvfl fffl,-4 ' 1 Q' 7+ N' I 'tv 1 H I4 . P if i , l 5 315 00641, ,f-itjft 'A ' 1-ref' f I 4, t - . L . .. z- .,- ,L -my t J , v NP Y 5 , V . A sl 3 -or X 1' v 'J .4 . 'N I A we N5 X 7 ll E K it Yl!.-1'i4 K , r I X l"1'r.rl rom: Ssfrnnzl row: Third row: t 4 U "4 Arthur Nivison Barbara Paschal -Iimmy Porter " ' t , Allen Norris Ann Pearce qlerrie Preston .Af , gs Robert Norris Sammy Pearce .lean Price , xMary Sue Owens Janet Pratt Ethelyn Prickett' 'fi ,,, Margaret Paris Susannc Peterson Sanal 'n Prickett fir . Dick Park Ann Phillips Betsf.'iPUrcClfw '- in 5 Margie Parks Jackie Phillips Birrlfzita .J Bob Parker Joan Plyer '44, , L55 Raper Fourth row: Fifth row: "I 'I' ' ' ' ' Marilyn Raper janet Rice 3 ' X KL Sid Raper Peggy Rideout X Richard Ray Sharon Ridgeway N V 3 Jimmy Reebals .Iohn Rhodes L' " l i X5 Q I X tow Catherine Renfrew Burton Robinson 3 Gus Reavis Bruce Rollins K 1 ' Shelby Rainor Hyman Rouse K 3 DcNVitt Rice Ronnie Roy i we X X, X N ,N , xl J I ffl, "f,4w ' -V f,,','f,7 I f . " ' I f 5' " Q. ', -44' - l', ' Ally 1 4 , ' ' ' I f- so 1 W I x s 1 l l ,Y ' N 5 1 X A lf? Ng X Xl I -x fi 5 3 , FL W 4 : R .if X2 mf? 3 v Y b ' l,1:vX','j'x'A F" Atl' V A ,s, '4 . - 'QR J", , ' It -L r: L. . 4' ' n I-' 4 My 4 lygfrbzel' V f.S'm'r1ffd' r up . 9, , A .i 1 F- Tlnfd low: ' ' - - .S51h. 'Ruaykx K fu x U Sgiall R 4 , Mary Sui Q1fppc,1Sf,,,. , 4 r wi ' lhrh' J X V' 1 iii Ric 'rd . mono ' ' Jilkirlcs sxiivll V11 , 'Qigrc'di1hSg13iF . Q Em Il'l'jgSf?I1T' , fi -' ", V ' p nuyf. 0-rs cnnc' . 21 ings Ugcr . my jp , ' lull' Shillllillll 'y Stal 103' Su-Ong ' f Bobby Slioffncr W M' 5 ir 0' I Peggy Sullivan I lk Rolbg-pl Sink , JL , OI Q u Aww. 'Bill Swain g , Ann 310211 ' mix anc , Scouic Swindc-ll X f 1 .ac Mkt ,V , fi 6 1 pun, . W 1 Uv' '-' - ' Exe Fyth row f b J x ,.A fi Q, UA. h HZFOFI 1 , X' SL, lEa13jcyITurEnCll , ' 5 f v art a va A N . in a' ur ington ' .J 'U rr Q .IO Anne Tcddm- N M x Vancc Tumm. V ffl Ngtfjvlf IW- ..i. rand Harold T ' Tlllgfllllikg, N 'Billy Llndpywfmd lk Jar 4 u MH JM-V Elvcy Th IHS i-A '. X QR- Pat Upton . I Ol son V 5, jimmy Wall - 3 Frw . ff fw ' - Phyllis XVall , 'M V21 F' ' Paula YVard , ,I 6 lv, I'r,'i ml, Q . , ,, , f A rfb- -ff. g Q- - 45 ' - J' I L 4 'S 7'g1f' ,p-, ,I -3 , rd '!,,QvrJ,,, I QA X 4,' 'll f 'i TAIL- ' I 3 H y I 4 -, , , I q n I ' 1 - Y ' ' 1 f , . . -f, V- 'F - 1 ' - 'I r , '71 ' 1, - 1,4--A' n 1, ! f 'YT 1229 If , .,,,,,g,.L, if. 6.11 Sa mcvzee Q- ,L '-' ' 'wig I 4 X W A- A N ,I L K U W I K A ff- Q 4 'gl at B "' X-Y' e 12" ' . s 5 2. A wi 1' ' we i B W "' 9'-?4f""' VN l - f ., cw L ' . 1' lf, in If r ,il . ly ,lla - d f- 5' . ,O . , ry ' B - 'f' fl! if iw. Ni 64 fr Q , it a . X Ll v fi fp fr 'In 1 I ik- f'l'1' ff' "' AQ li ip F 'ill X X- "ef-Al' 1' ' K lj ' row: , M Sfmnd ow: A Third row: , ' ! 5 if I bby Warren Roger Wireinan .X Kemp Andrews X Jane Wayburn " Polly Wood Donna Ellington Louis White Betty Woodruff Barbara Gargis Patsy Wfilkerson Harold Woodruff Billy Hitchcock Bobby Williams Richard Workman Samrnuel Merritt Cynthia VVing Ada Wright Francis Parish Bucky Winkler Bob Wynne Richard Rumerford Elizabeth Winton Kay Zeigler Kenneth Stallings . NL it is fir X X I 3 K - Fourth row Robert Stewart N A Bill Upchurch E: ? Q F, 1 Y ri L. J madman 65444 a - 1 5 4 1 Ol"l"lCERS. I4-17 tn nfqlzl: Miss Wilkinson, -lack Pindvll. Gloria Byrd, Randy Hari:-ll. lNlary Ruth Starling, .johnny Gomlinan. The lircslnnan Class of 1952-53 vlcctvcl as lN'ilkinsun was thc Frvslnnan Class aclvisc-r. its lcaclvrs for tlic' yvart Randy Harrvll. prcsi- Tlw main inonvy making prqivct Carrivcl on Klt'I1l1-lllllllllf'ClOUClIl1llIl, vice'-prcsiclcnl: Mary during thc ycar was scllinq lllklgillllll' sub- Ruth Starling, svcrvlaryzGloria Byrd, lI'C2iSllI'l'I'1 scriptiuns. A spring clancc' hvlcl in March was and .lack Pinclvll, scrgvanl-at-arms. Miss Nan ilu- main cvi-nl. 57 'madman lf!-I'.Yf rnztx' Adams, Maynard Agsten, .lane Albright, cstamiyn Aldridge, Patricia Allen, Bill Allsbrook, Reggie Anderson, Ann Anderson, David Fourth row: Brady, .Iohn Britton, Mary Brooks, Eloise Brown, Barney Burnside, Billy Byrd, Gloria Caldwell, Ann Campen, Sonya .S'f'1'nml row: Asher, Bobby Arendell, Helen Austen, Bobby Babb, Robert Bailey, Ann Barker, T. V. Barden, Betsy Barnes, Jimmy 58 'flzfrrl rnze: Bassler, Mttlisszl Bates, Sylvia Beam, Ann Bernstein, Morris Betts, Aliininy Beverly, Sarah Bowden, Tommy Boxley, Wvliirley Fgf! I1 row: Capps, Shirley Carson, Carol Carson, Carol Chaffee, Rebecca Chiinos, Neena Clement, Betsy Collins, Addie Clement, Steve 1 ?fze44mea k, .lx 1'lI'I'Xf I'0ZZ'.' Collins, Phil Connelly, -Ienny Combs, Harry Covington, Betty Covington, Robert Cox, Mary Alice Cox, P. D. Crittenden, Ann Fourth row: Dyar, Floyd Eakes, Patsy Edmonds, Mar Ellis, Ann f-sz 'Y .,,, lv ' L , 5-fs ,xx 'V' .S'efr0ml row: ,' " ' 1' . Tlzzrd ,, l ,f Crosby, Roddy 1 , I ff 'ff jbeargly, Ann Crumpler, Carol 'l Dclffop, Patsy Culler, Jackie 1 Q 1 .- enlnark, Andrew Cummings, Ralph ' Dailey, Dick Darden, Buzzy Davis, Lou Davis, Mary Mac v Catherine Ellisburg, Jerry Eubanks, H. T Evans, Eleanor Ewell, Sara 59 F Qftlz row: Dowdy,,iBetty Drinkaid, Dianne Dughi, Ann Ray Duke, Billy Dupree, Bill Fontaine, Catherine Fonville, Fred Foskey, Larry Franklin, Bill Furlong, Bill Fussell, Salley Gault, Sara Gibson, Clifton if madman LL First row: Goodman, Johnny Gould, Terry Graham, Leonard Green, Betty Gresham, Geraldine Gresham, Mary Nell James, Jeanne Griflis, Dickie Fourth row: Horton, Becky Horton, Doris Houser, Pat Howard, Nancy Hudson, Joanne Hulick, Dorothy Hurt, Joe Paul Hutchins, Betty Second row: Griffiths, Phil Gupton, Herbert I-lable, Harriet Haigh, Lois Hardy, Martha Harley, Pat Harrell, Randy Haskins, Jackie L. 60 Fyftlz row: Irving, Donna James, Stuart Jarrett, Billy Jenkins, Jenky Johnson, John Jones, Barbara Jones, Billy Jones, Carolyn Third row: Hayes, Rosemary Hester, Marie Hicks, Monty Hillman, Jim Holloman, Edna Hooks, Maria Hollowell, Gail Honeycutt, Stephen ics' mf K gil S SIU' ii ,, , X ilk t , Q ,, ,. ' 3 F l"1'rs! row: Iones, Carolyn Faye Iones, Fred Iones, Lucia Iones, Lynwood Iordan, Buddy Keller, Judy Kelly, Martha Kelly, Mary Fourllz row: McGee, Lynda MeCla1nroek, Gwen McLawhorn, Leroy McClean, James McNair, Norma Jean Meredith, Carolyn Mims, Charles Minich, Sue .Shand row: Kennedy, Jimmy Leonard, Faye Liles, Bohhy Lineherger, Mary Little, Tommy Lloyd, Joan Longest, Frances Langford, Sally Louise Fgftlz row im Xt v Minter, John Miller, Charles 13. . -:F Thin! row: Lu May, Louise MeConald, Margo Mackey, .Ion Maki, Wilnna Martin, Thomas Martin Zeno Maxwell, Collette Maye, Bobby Moore, Betty Lou Moore, June Morgan, Jimmy Morse, Katherine Mudge, Harvey Mulligan, Patricia 61 76440860 weft, ls First row: Napier, Jerry Nelms, Ann Newton, Early Noble, Bobby Norton, Everett Olive, Fred Olson, Robert Orders, Billy Fourth row: Powell, William Powers, Mary Preston, Martha Radford, Bill Raflield, Roger Rainey, Louis Second row: Overman, Tommy Page, Morriss Parker, David Third row: Peeler, Susan Pemberton, Ellen Phillips, Mary Ann Parker, Frank Pindell, jack Parker, Mary Gilmore Poole, Grey Patton, Elaine Poole, Joe Peacock, Gene Peden, Melissa Powell, Betty Powell, Eddie F Wh row: Ray, Edna Ray, Carolyn Raynor, Jackie Reid, Margie Richardson, Rose Marie Rideout, Benny Rasberry, Joanne Rogers, Lois Ellen Rawls, Edna Rogers, Marilyn 62 '7zee4men X is .. Q T 1, t. Us Htl ,sr ' rt! Q if Q .,., wi K wg, 7 fi Third row: Southern, Ann Springer, Diane Starbuck, Polly Starling, Mary Ruth Staton, Peggy Stearnes, Becky l'lI.fA'f mztu' Sefronzz' row: Ross, Derry Simons, Martha A. Rouse, Rex Simmons, Peggy Roland, Allen Simpson, Jerry Russell, Margaret Simpson, Mike Sandlin, Sue Smith, Bruce Scherbles, Catherine Smith, ,Iennette Shankle, Nancy Singleton, Robert Shirley, ,lean Sommers, Dick Fourth row: Stevenson, ,Iimmy Stewart, Eleanor Suiter, Chris Sutton, Helen Tabb, Charles Tarleton, Barbara Thomas, Florine Tabb, Hugh Stevens, Billy Stevens, Carolyn FUU1 row: Thrower, Billy Tolar, Claire Toney, Reid Turner, Tom Tyson, Robert Upchurch, Donnie Vaughn, Tommy Vinnick, Don xx'-2575 'yfzeaimew . - ,. , Q 1 we I . whim t Spill Firsl row: Voorhees, Nancy Walker, Katharine Walker, Nancy Walker, Sandra Warner, Amy Wfebb, Steve Watson, Jerald Weaver, Alvin Second row: Weaver, jack Weaver, Kay Warrenfells, joe Wilkerson, Butch Williams, Sandra Williamson Harry Woodard, Jane Woodard, Nell Fourth row: McClamroCh, Barbara Merritt, Robert Mimms, Billy Noland, Gray Underhill, Sally 64 , . my Third row: Wray, Sarah Yarborough, Bob Yoder, Jimmy Zwahlen, Pat Coley, Jean Davis, Allen Deer, Martha Hedden, Edward 2 n ,, ,, +-Q , , 3 -as - ?'zea4mea X X OFIVICERS. Lffl rn !'I"Ql1l.' Billy Shinn, Vicr-Prrsideng' Eddie Broadwcll, Trm.rurer,' Chester Bullard, Prr.virlrnl,' Bvtsy Goodwin, -Sl1'l'H'f!Il11'.' Rirhard Saur, Sfrgmnl-nl-.4rrn.f,' Lou Bello, Arlvisor. The Sllll-FI'l'Sl'llllCll class Clvctcd thrir ofliccrs for 1952-53 as follows: clIlES'l'ER BIIIIIIARD, . . BILI, SIIINN ...... BETSY CiOODXVIN. . EDDIE BR0.1xDwEI.I.. . . RICIIARD SAVR ..,.... Mr. Bello was Chosen . . . , . .l'z'f'.I'1'r1'n1l . . . lvI4l'F-Pfffflffllf , .S!'t'ff'fH7:1' . . . . . 7VFlI.S'I1l'f'V Sergmnl-rl!-firms' our class adviser. Since Richard Saur had to lcavc at thc Und of first tcrm, thc class clcctcd Gcorgc Hinos to lakc his placc as Scrgcam-at-ArIIIs. The Sub-Frcshmcn class took as lhvir prqjvct, dusting thc seals in thc auditorium lxcforc assembly and othrr programs. Wlith an enrollment of 298, thc Sul:-Freshmen is the largest class in Broughtorfs history. 66 4-7 lfjfyf TUILL' Second row: -Iaines Allen Abbott Bill Anderson Carlyle Adains Douglas Anderson Barney Adler Nancy Anderson -Indy Allen Carlton Baird Nancy Alford Julian Baker Margaret Virginia Allen .Iohnny W'arren Balintine Arnold Axndursky Ted Balcs Sanndra Amerson Nancy Ball Fourllz row: Dickie Bethune .Indy Bledsoe Margaret Bowen Edward Neil Bradshaw Iimmy Bradshaw Faye Branhain Barbara Brewer Eddie Broodwcll 66 Fifth roztu' Margie Brooks Third row: Robbie Barber Ernest Gail Barker George Barkley Bob Barksdale Minnie Barnes Linda Bradford Barbara Baxley XYilbnr Berryman Tahnadge Brown Barbara Bruton Chester Bullard Bobby Burch Cornelia Bnreh .Io Inez Burch Ann Campbell 'M l 'F :im l'EI'I'.S'f row: Neil Caplan .Ianice Capps Anne Carson .Ianet Caudlc Lou Chapnia Sezwzzl row: Charlotte Clarion .Iayn Cochram -lane Cole Raymond Collins n Iudv Coolev Susan Chapman Elizabeth Ann Cox Ilinnni' Dean Martha Ann Clark Bolmlw Cranford Charles Ewin g Clement Billy Crawley Fonrlh row: Frank Dennis Morrison Divine Donald Douglass W'anda Lee Doster Billy Dunlap john DuPree XVilliam Frederick Eason Ted Edwards 67 - - ' i if iam ' F A Y Tllim' rnzv: Robert Crooni Iudy Crosby Carolyn Dalton Vaughn Daniels Iiinmv Davis Wfilliam Dean Steve Dearsley F Wh row: Blair Ellis Ann Ellisberg Randal Etheridge .Iudy Fisher Ierrv Fitts Barbara Lou Ford Betty Lou Franklin Nlike Frazier lf ai? I Mary Ann Gaskin Sad-7 .si l 'r mf ,.:, , X li all A LAW , xl f a -ff , r H re i 4 A .X e x :A,, 5 lx K 5 k N lqbi . L 1 , . 2:..: :" 1 1 V H ' x is X ,, y dolls A ' if i 1 n G M mg h .+ in ll G , ?M aS A iie G ' , ka K ,. 6 .f wy , .- T 1, n - yL w A , First row: Ronald Freed Cliff Fuller Iulia Ann Gardner -Patricia Garner lune Garriek .Betty .lean Garris Larry Gea nes Second row: Wfayne Gibson Judy Gillen Betsy Gillispie .lack Godwin Laura Goldin Betsy Goodwin Bill Grady Third row: Bruce Griset John Grogan Karen Haithcock Champ Hall Gus Hall Reuben Hamlet Iohn Hanrakan Elizabeth Ann Gregson Meryl Hanson Fourth row: Ivan Hardesty Molly Hare Ann Harvey Carol Harwood lane Hayes Chase Hearn Henry Hester Judy Hicks 68 Fjtlz row: George Hines Dorothy Ann Hill Garland Hilliard Bruce Hoaclley Lela Hodges H. E. Holland Tommy Holleman Ann Honeyeutt Sal- '7fze44men -1 l 4 'ill M S is i . , , 44- X t .Q W Q t 1 Fifi! row: Srfond row: Tjlllfdi row: .Iudith Horton Dorothy Cavaness -Iohnson Sara -Ioan jordan Barbara Anne Howard Lynda Johnson Healan Elizabeth -Iustice Mary Sue Howard Mary Lilly Johnson Emily Kees David Jack Howell Carol Ann Jones Gail Kilpatrick Dorothy Howell Crisman Jones XVilliam Duvall King Gene Hughes Gordon Ray -Iones Madeline Kleiman Mary Ellen Hunnicutt Leland Thomas jones Carolyn Knight Al -Iohnson Richard Jones jerry Kriegal Fllllffll row: Phillis Langston Kenneth Lauder Margaret Ann Law Clara Margaret Lawrenece Rosalind Legum Janet Lemons L. A. Lentz john Gary Lewis 69 F gflh row: Mary Frances Liles Elizabeth Liplord Betty jean Lloyd Martha Ann Lynch Larry McCarthy Alton McDonald Henry McFayden Nancy McLawhorn 66 4-7 S. 151753 mwg Smmd row: Katherine McLeod . Mildred McNair Lynne McNeish Martha Marcum Mary Manning Edward Maness Marilee Beth Martin Barbara Matthews Sandy Matthews l.amerle Mattox Aubrey Lymon Meade Lelia Midyette Anne Miller Gilbert Moody Audrey Moore Elizabeth Moore Fourth row: F ftlz row: Joanna Newton Jimmy Newton Commie Nipper Ferg Norton Nancy Norton xludine O'Brien Joseph Yates Parker Linda Parker Billy Paris Daisy Patterson Bruce Peabody Carolyn Perry Janet Perry Jeanette Perry Mary Peterson 70 I ,.-y Third row: Lois Moore Harvey Moose johnny Moseman Sara Munns Pickett Murray Donald Myers Billy Nance Ralph Nelson Sherwood Parker ffl-7 Qs Q if ISI-I'.l'f role: .Iohn Purser Larry Prinee Donna Powell Barlmara Sue Pleasants .S'w1'nm1' row: .Iohn Randall Billy Ratelille Bruce Raynor Pa l Re n lirew Tlifrfl rnze: Vicky Rothroek Harriet Rothstein .Iinnnie Rouse Harold Russell Mary llleu Phillips Arthur Reynolds Eve Sancllin Genevieve Phillips Sain Riley Elaine Saparilas -Iounne Ragland Betsy Roberts .Iulia Sehwerin Lee Rainey David Rolminson Billy Shaw Fourllz row' XN'illiznn Edward Shinn. Ginny Sinnns Annie Lou Smith Clara Beth Sinith Daniel Smith Houston Snlith Martha Smith Rosemary Smith 71 Fgfill row: Ioe Spence Edward Spencer Eleanor Starke Linda Stephenson Ierrv Stevens Sarah Snell Sylvia Snell Mclioy Southerland figs l 1315 if l iii l ir S il, nl -if A'-:ffl ffl A A ' fir A. A l'iIiI'.8'f mH'.' l,ynn Stinson lxwis Strong' Ann Slroupc Conrad Slurgrs Brill Sullivan lfrank Suppl:- clll2lI'l1'S Taylor Gary 'lrclclci' oycr Ga il 'l'm's1rr11ia n 1"n1n'll1 I'Ull'.' lialic .Io Xvllll2llllSUIl lfaclinv lN'illilorcl David Wilson NN'L'ncly lN'ilson Bill XN'ilson illljlll lVingfic'lcl 'lolinny XN'inklcr llolirrl Dallas Wlolll' xxilllllllll XN'ooclliousv .S'1'r'm1fl' row: Shcila 'lihornc Claudia Tlirowrr Sadie' 'l'illc'ry Harrison Unclwwoocl Carolyn Upchurch Brill Vaughan lolin Yvrnon .Iucly Vernon Carolyn lYaQor1x-1' Fffllz rozen' -lo Ann Xvlllllllll' Alicn' xVUI'liIIl2lIl Cilillon Viiglit Brooksliirc W'y1nic' Anna' Yarbrough Iiininv York .Busy 'Ashby He-nry Barnrltc' Nlary lN'laC l"owlc'r ata. f in QI 'C 4-A., -Q: , 'I-llliflll ruzzz' Linda XN'all Shannon lN'all Mary Powvll lYarcl l5c'x'ri'ly lYalls Gwrn XYvz1x'c-1' 'll0IIl lYliilakc'r Bolmlvy XN'illu'rson Ann lYinn xYllllLlIIlS BI'llCl' lYllll2lIllS .S'1'.x'N1 mira' lVlilI'X.Il'IllilI1S Ralph McDonald lilrnnis Moran Milton Roush Richard Sain' -Iinnny Snlilli Rolwrl lingl-n -1 WM 5:3 51 f A1559 QQ gl 'QF gi! ik'N5"S. X X ,Q I ..-' fl In rigltlx Don Millt-r, Nt-tl Mt-t-kins, Bill Bt-aty, Mary Lynn Moody, Richartl Pintlt-Il. S ademf baud! ln tht- spring ol' 1052 tht- Sttttlt-nt Clottncil ht-gan pt't-parttitg' lot' this yt-at' V352-1953, 'l'ht- t'lt-t'tion ol ollit't-rs was ht-ltl with Nt-tl Mt-t-ltins antl Mary Lynn Mootly winning Yit't--l'i't-sitlt-nt antl St-t'i't-tary rt-- spt-t-tivt-ly on nominations, In tht- run-ollis tht- following' ollit-t-rs wt-rt- t-lt-t-tt-tl: liill lit-aty. prt-sitlt-nt: antl Rit'ha1'tl l'intlt-ll, st-rgt-ant-at-arms. .X l'at'ttlty t'ommittt-t- st-lt-t'tt-tl llonaltl hlillt-t' to ht- ll'Q'2iSlll'l'l' olitht- t't1t1nt'il antl Ill?lIl2igt'l' oi' tht- st'hool stort-. .Xt a spt-vial asst-mhly pl'Uf.fl'2lIll, tht- olht-t-rs antl tht- nt-wly appointt-tl t'trmtnittt-t- l'll21ll'll1l'Il wt-i't- installt-tl. l'iat'h mt-tnht-1' of tht- t-xt-t'lttivt- t'ottnt'il ot' tht- prt-viotts yt-at' sttmmarizt-tl his tlttty antl namt-tl his nt-w sut-t-t-ssor. 'l'ht- Sttttlt-nt Cltntncil ht-gan its work in tht- last wt-t-lt ol' .Xtigust wht-n tht-y ht-ltl a mt-t-ting. .Xt tht- mt-t-ting tht- t'otmt'il matlt- out plans for tht- vtnninu, yt-ar. 'l'ht-y also tlt-t-itlt-tl on a way to XVt'lt'Olllt' tht- tt-at'ht-rs anti L1l't't'l tht- nt-w as wt-ll as tht- oltl stntlt-nts, lly tht- t-ntl ol' St-ptt'ntht'x', tht- Sttttlt-nt ftllllllfll hatl ht-ltl a lt-a for tht- nt-wt-omt-rs antl t-ighth gratlt-rs. Ont- of tht- proyit-t-ts this yt-ar as in yt-ars ht-l'o1't- was t tht- tilt-an-up C.ampattgn ht-ltl in lJt'Cl'llIlJt'l' hy tht- lltmst- antl fil'OllI1ilS Ciommittt-t-. .Xlso tlttring' tht- month ol' lit-t't-mht-t', tht- t'UllIlt'll ht-ltl at tiltrisltnats tlant't- that was t-njoyt-tl hy t-vt-ryont-. In l"t'l1I'llZll'Y tht- Clotmt-il sponsort-tl tht- animal Stutlt-nt-l"at'ttlty gamt- whit-h is ont- ol' tht- hitfhlights ol' tht- yt-ar. 'l'ht- Stntlvnt Ciottnvil also assistt-tl in making plans for a nt-w youth t-t-ntt-t', .XIlOIllt'l' pro-it-t't was to htiy all nt-t-t-ssary matt-Vials nt-t-tlt-tl lor tht- lfnglish tt-at-ht-rs to tt-at'h Patliamt-ntary l'rot-t-tlm't- in tht-it' t-lasst-s, This yt-at' a sttggt-stitm hox was put in tht- l'1:llAt'lt'l'l2ll,OI'Sllgj.fL'SllOIlS as to how to imprtrvt- tht- school. During tht- yt-ar a ntlmht-1' ol' projt-t'ts havt- ht-t-it sponstnw-tl hy tht- Sttttlt-nt liotmcil. many of whit'h art- tlaily things anti tht-i't-foi't- takt-n lion' qrantt-tl. 'l'ht- sttttlt-nt tt-lt-phont-, tht- llOIIN'l'OIlllIlLf gamt-, tht- st'hool stort-, tht- sponsorintg' ol' t-lt-t'tions, tht- t'hat'tt-ring ot htist-s lor athlt-tit' t-vt-nts, antl tht- t'hapt-l proqrains art- only a lt-w of tht- projt-t'ts whit-h art- paitl ltn' or sttpt-rvist-tl hy tht- t-otmt'il. WVithottt tht- Sttttlt-nt C1otmt'il. Brottgltttm t-trultl not maintain its high stantlartl ol totlay. It hrings ns many of tht- t'onvt-nit-nt-t-s :mtl plt-asm't-s whit-lt wt-, tht- sttitlt-nts, t-njoy and nt-t-tl. Swim: emma Pepzmwzamea Bonus, Clvxiimit, Chrsson, Byrd, Southern. Rogm-rs, Churchill, Kelly, Sassrr. Stc'pl1c'ns0n,Qjcnsvn, Prcssly, Graham Tolar, Denmark, Nvwc-ll, lX1CLc'0Ll, Nloocly, XllCli,4IOl1l1S0!l, WVOuclarcl, Zviglvr. Hvnscm, Powlvclqv, lwlillvr, Mcxl'1is Qlavkson, Mille-r, Oaklcy, Chapprll, Mx-skins, Sc-ars, Alphin, Bryan, Pinclcll, Holt, Simms, Uloncs, 'li'h0mas, Elliot, Up 1'hurr'l1, Hattlv, Ovvrinan, l'onvillc-, Prcstrm, Hoiivycwnttc,'I0li1ixun,tlom'S, Raynur, blarris, Y'V1i:l1t. Bacon, Bridgvrs Cm'l1ral1, Hcnnctt, Blzilovk, C1'r'c'Cl1, Sallr, Kl'll1'l'Sl1ll, Handy. xvvllililll. Upclillrvli, In-s, Marlin, li4'1'nStc'in, fllllIlllllllLIS llzirris, llullcman, BlllI'l'HY, 'l'c'agm'. , n . , A A ll Y' nl-In . ,,,,,, ' fl , , V N ini I Q i i, i Q 45 .gag , i'i K1 V 1 ' 5 ' r . k, A ."bb?: hh 3 ,+ 7. W -A lzbll q r K i -F K i i 3 i " i Q . .. A Q :.,- EIEE Q SJT 1 Ai"' - ,rx r V. , ,i .,,,,, .. .QL li Q 6Yn,,, 1 li ,K - as ' E ' , .6 is K , if i s x ,i ' L xr , A lil?-Vjdffff " iwf'Smdwz game! Emmzzm 76 Swim: LOST AND FOUND Left to right, back row: Billy Williford, Ira Hardy, John Peterson, Ervin Thompson, Donald Miller, Kenneth Oakley. First row: Gary Dozier, Betty Hood, Betsy Purcell, Alice Smith, Betty Barker, Kim Hatcher. ELECTIONS COMMITTEE Back row, lg't to right: Jesse Chappell, Tommy Teague, John Lineberger, Jack Pindell, Glen Jones, Gerry Hartzog, Danny Jones, Larry Ellis. Front row: Rick Pindell, Jack Cell, Don Steine, Jane Vick, Jimmy Chambers, Robert Sink. SENIOR MAINTENANCE CREW First row, left to right: Carrol Smith, Earl Marshall, Bobby Lassiter, David Shreflier. Second row: Fred Powledge, Woody Sears, Robert Spears. HOUSE AND GROUNDS COMMITTEE Loft to right: Betty Hood, Julianne Boone, Joanne Smith, Alice Smith, Betty Gray, Betsy Caviness, Jesse Chappell, Tommy Newton, Joan Barber, Page Bernstein, Don Steine, HOSPITALITY COMMITTEE Left to right: Jane Vick, Barbara Scott, Tommy Teague, Julianne Crater, Ed Jones, Edith Rogers, Betty Gray, Margaret Dick, Bill Bickett, Louise Clark, Page Bernstein,Tom- my Newton. POSTER COMMITTEE Front row: Edith Rogers, Townsend Holt, Barbara Carpenter, Becky King. Back row: Kim Hatcher, Bobby Sessoms, Rita Satisky, Sally Ruarck, Catherine Renfrew, Bobby Hines. wx . , .S: ii A r g A A ma. j u. ' .J 4 Q Xxipaw Li ,P ,L -it u B ' 1 mf we W? K . in A F P11-l'.ff !17?l', lqfl In riglvl: Bill Beaty, Ann Woodward, Caroline Bickctt, Mary Elizabeth Garter,-Ianiee Bishop, Glenn Warren, Sfrrnd nw: ,lane Vick, Herman Taylor, Susan Sharpe, Edith Rogers, Nella Purrington, Fred Powledge. 'lhird mm: Dorothy Pressley, Leonard Kamsler, Neill McLeod, Glenn jones, Karen llenson, Gary Fisher. Fourlh mm: Ann Eury. Louise Clark, Marion Chesson. Wczlimczl Wane S ' Members of the Broughton Chapter of the National Honor Society are chosen on the liasis of the four cardinal virtues of the or- ganization: character, scholarship, leadership, and service. Otlicers for the fall term were President, Neill McLeod: Vice-President, Fred Powledge: Secretary, Ann Wfoodwardg Treas- urer, Nlarion Ghesson. Those serving as oflieers for the spring term were President, Glenn 'Ionesg Vice-President, Herman Taylorg Secretary, Ann Eury: Treasurer, Louise Clark. Mary Carter served as junior Civic Council Representative for the year. The long-range project ofthe Honor Society was assisting in the office before school. Other projects were helping in study halls and com- piling information on colleges for use hy Broughton students. Spring members Sarah Bradford, Ed -Iones, Rep Merritt, Rita Satisky, Alma Graham, Danny jones, Donnie Roy, Alice Smith, and Frank XVall. A616533 5. me lfinnl mm, fr!! In rzfghl: Bill Crisp, Otis Carroll. 'l'trwnst'ucl Holt, Alvsst- Chappcll, X'Vootly Svars, Harvey Ht-nstm. Sffllllll-IIQI Rirltartl Piutlvll, l,t'0narfl Ka1nslt'r,G1'zit't' Pt'art't'. ljflll Millt-r. Kart'n.It'uSt'n, l"rt-tl Pt1wlt'tlgt'. Ann XN'tJtmtlwz1ttl Mr. lNlitt'lu'll, litlith Rtmgtrrs, Mr. Htmwartl.-lam' Yirlt, Danny llituuzts, Mr, Holliday. lltxm' 'l'lItlM.XS. . , . . .l,I'1'.t'1.llt'I1f . . . , . l lu'-Pr'1'.t'1f1't'fIf H.tRx'tQY Htxstm, A KAREN -IICNSICN. . . ..S't't'r't'l112j1'-T1'z'f1.t'1m'1' Blll CRISP. , , . ,tgffzjgfvllll-rl!-.'lrnzx 'liht' St'rx'iCt' Clulw was orQ'zmizt'tl lat' tht' Stutlcut Council to girt' rccoguitiou tu stutlvnts who had clout' tmutstztucliug' work and had not lmt't'u rt't'tJguizt'cl lor it. 'l'ht'st' stutlvuts clicl vtmlttutztry work for tht' Studvut Cfounril. tJllit't', pttlmliratitms, zuitl t-lass. livvry stuclvut zmtl tPat'li0r has tht' privilvgt' ol utuuinziting' stuuti- uut' for tht' St't'x'it'c Cilula. A tucftiug is hrlcl to tml ' een clisvuss t'nt'h tvttttlltlatt' :mtl tht'u volt' tm lllt'lIl 'X unzmiiutmus Ytllt' must lit' rt't't'it't'tl iu tmrclti to Int- zlcltuittvtl tt: tht- Clulm, 'I'ht- St'rvit't' Cllulm holds two t't'rt'tutmit's Int ltirt' tht- stuclvut lmtmcly, out' in tht' lull lor st'uit not iuort' thztu two scuiors luring iutlut'tt'tl. 'l'ht 1ut'tul1t'rship utwtir t'xt't't'cls 25. 'l'ht' uzuut-s tm tht' utwt' nut-tul1t'rs nrt' not rt'x't':1lt'tl uutil tht prtmqrzuu whvu tht' uzuut- t'zu'tls nrt' uultmltlt-tl ln prt'st'ut Il1l'IIll7t'I'S. As tht' spotlight lit-zuus uu tht zuut', tht' stutltiut gtws tu tht- stziqt' :mtl .1 Qtutuuztry til' his S0rx'it't' tu tht' srhtutml is rtwtcl. y, :mtl tmt' in tht' spring lor juniors with .falcgbac Stuff XN'urk mi tht' 1953 l,.x't'll'.xt: Iwgzm with tht' vlvctioii ol' Toni Briggs as vtlitor, Bzirhzirn Clhurvhill :is husincss iiiziiizigcr zmcl tht' tippointiiiviits of Nvill Mc'l.t'ocl :incl I,c'onz11'cl Kziiiislci' sis z1rlx't-rtisiiig' zmcl plmtogrziphy liiziiizigtws, i't'spm't'lix't'ly. lfulitmwiiipg thvst' St'lt'Ctitms. at lzirgc supporting' stzifliwztsvliosvii. Rvp Mvrritt lwcziliit' our sviiioi' t'clitor-iii- t'hit'I'. A ptwsuii troiii wich ho1iit'i'uoti1 was ziskvcl lllill'iIJi1ilIl.Bl'lIyB2ll'kl'l'2!I1fi Bill liivkvtt wcrt' junioi' vclitors: -Ioycv llmwll :incl -loam Bztrlwr stmphtmiiitwt' t-tlitm-sg Nt-ll Bowling :incl lilixzilmvtli Xhiiiilmlt' iiI'l'Si1Ill2!I1 vclitors with .Mitt litiry :tml llvzm l"utisht't' :is SlliP-iiI'l'SilIIl2lIl vclittmrs. -lam' Yivk :mtl R2lI'l'Il.lt'IlSt'I1 spcnt many long hours tracing tht- st-niors' woiiclt'rh1l yczirs :il Broughton lint tht- "St'niui' Story." Assistvcl hy Illilllf, Sliirlt-ySloCuii1and RiCk Pindvll niziiiztgccl tht' sports section. Ami XYoocl- wsirtl t'xpl't'sst'cl our lhollghw pt'i'h'ctly liwfl In lI4QlIf.' Nvill h1c'l,t-ml. l.t'mim'tl Kmiisltw, 'limi Briggs, B2il'i32l1'klfiilllffiliii. lf!! lu rligftlf .Xnn Iitltty, Rvp Mt'l't'itI, l,2lYili Sl'ill'4'iHl'I',qliillf' Yick. 'ltmiiiiy 'I't'mgtit', Karvii -lviisvii. Iff! In iight: Bt-rky Kliiuht, Hvtty Clzirul l,l0ytl, Mirnmla XN'atstm, .Iimmy Bynum, Mary Clnrtvr, Mary Ilvlcii Cross. A'lll'll sht' wt'ott' tht' ln lhllxlllllflillll :md l7t'dit'zttion ptigvs, Maury C1u'tt't' and lim Byiuuu llilllCllt'Cl tht' jokt' st't'tion xhilt' Bt't'ky liniglit stud liltwtnor l,2llIIlt'l' tt'udt'd to tht' liilfllllk' pzlgvs. Vlirztnclzt xy2llSOIl amd lClizQtlmt'th ixfllllll' ,vorktwl cliligvntly on tht' st'nior cup- ions. l'titrit'iz1 Spziinhout' was in Chztrgt' nl' tht' 2llll0f.l'I'ilpllS whilt' .lt'sst' Cfhztppcll uid Sut' Sori't'll lIl2lll2lQ't'Cl tht' l't'ztttu't' t't'liou. 'l'ht' stztll' wisht's to thunk tht' otuhztlisiu und typing Clztsscs lor tht'it' frztncl ht'lp :mud support. Also, our lt't'pt'st grtttitudt' to Miss l,ztu1'zt Ht'lt't1 'z1st'hz1l, out' ztdvisor. XYithout ht't' yttidzmt't' :md pattit'nt't', this zuuutztl vould nt'x't't' hztvt' gout' to prt'ss. XN'1illt'1' tmtl Smith took tht' st'iiiors' 11t'tut't's. :mtl Ut'ltuzn' Studios ol Chen'- otlt' took thost' ol' tht' olht'r t'lztsst's. ,t'ontu'tl Ktuusltw' st1t'rilit't'cl IIlllCll ol us tuut' to uutkt' tht' otht'r pit'ttu't's for 'tu' ztunuztl. At tht'it' lJCCt'Illl7t'I' tut't'ting, tht' t'niot's dt't'idt'd to dt'dit'z1tt' tht' l,.x'1'11'.txt: o Mr. .lolut .lot'l lX'Iitt'ht'll zmcl Mrs. 'hyllis l't'ztt'ot'k. Uutltw' tht' lt'4ttlt't'sliip ol' Nt'ill MC- .t'od, tht' hiottrtittlism t'lzlsst's t't'ztt'ht'd st't quottt ol' aids. This IIICQIIH it it'rilit't' ol' Iintttrtlttys, ill'll'I'IlUOIlS, mid fhool ti1ut'. lf4lt'h st'uior that took murnulisiu wats t't'quit't'tl to olmtztin :tt 'ttst tlu't't' zttls. .'Xl'lt'r at volt' ol' tht' liottruztlisiu t'lz1sst's. wus dt't'id.'d tlult tht' l..X'l'll'.'XlI would t' wiht' lI'llllIlll'Il in whitt'. Soon our tuuiuztl wt'ut to pi't'ss. Not mg 2lllll'l'XY.lI'ClS. tht' prool' sht't'ts rt'- trnt'cl. Mort' long hours wt't't' spt'ut I'OOliI'l'2lCllI1Q'. lfinztlly, z1l'tt't' all cor- 'Ctitms wt'rt' uutdt'. tht' sht't'ts wt'rt' t'tut'nt'd to litlwztrds :mtl lirouglitou. lllllily, you .n't' st't'inQ tht' liuztl pt'odut't l' nitit' mouths work. Nt' truly hopt' isnt you tht' rt'zltlt't' ztrt' szttislit'd with 1t'st' glitltpsrs ol' your 1952-53 yt'zu' :tt t't'dhzuu litouglitou. wp, lf-'fl lu 115111: Stu' St7l'I'l'll. -Kim NYootlw11l'tl. lilIill'S l't'rt'y, Rit'k l'intlc'll. nm, ltjft In lligllff lilizahvtli .XI'illlll', .Kim 'nny, lilczinor l72illll4'I', l'atrit'ia Spainliottr, mrothy NUXVIIIQIII, Nt'll Bowling, tllnm. ltjfl In 'l'Q,If.' lflilalwtll W'omlmlt', Sill' illt'tt, Cllillioxl lXlt'Uullin. Patsy -jackson, Jul Nt'wton,.loyzit't' Howcll, Shirlvy Slocum, -lczlcgaaa 716- ' aff 'lllie eight issues ol' the Ill-11.1-Illt'.Y lor 1052-53 were pulilishecl ln' the eolnlwinecl ellorts ol' the llYt'NiUl1I'll2lllSlI1 classes, l.aura Helen Paschal, lclvisor. the eclitor, .laniee Bishop, and the rest ol' the stall. The first two issues appearecl in lmf! In riglrl: liarlmara Neill Mel,eod ancl -lean Bryan outstanding work as advertising' Q 1 flliurelnll, Anne W'ootlwarml, l"retl Powletltge Janice Bishop, Miranda W'atson. have tlont IIIZIIIZIQKTS Solicitors lor acls were Danny llones, lilizalieth Wlonilwle, Sue lN'illett, Margaret Cfantpen, anal lilizalneth Arthur. Oetolmer, the next two in Novelnlmer and 'lwypistsloniMel,eocl.BettyleanMeC1arx', Deeenilmer, the following two in lfeliruary, and -lean Spikes, Betty Clement. and Marx' Helen the list two on April Fools' Day and the 1 . last ol'lNf1ax'. Sparliing every issue ol' the paper were the pietures ln' stall' photographer. Leonard Kanisler. A-Xniong' l.eonarcl's lnost striking' and novel photographs were the Halloween, l'lianksU'ix'infr, and Christmas liront mare P1 5 t leature pictures and the liootliall and lmasket- lmall action shots. Ann Wpoclwarcl, Barbara Churchill, Mi- rancla W'atson worked on pages two and three, the lieature pages. "NYooclie's lYords" an aclviee eolunin pointed out Illillly ol' our soeial prolvlenis. Barliara and "Happy" T helpecl plan the pages ancl took Charge ol "Student Stancloutsu and the fashion eolunin. ln the Clhristinas issue two extra pages were clevotecl to the eonipositions ol' Creative writing' students. Besides those eclitorials ol the editors and other writers, an eclitorial lay lfrecl Powleclge appeared in almost every issue, l"recl's "Christmas in Korea" was pnlnlishecl on the front page ol' the Clhristnias issue. Aniong the lmoys working on the sports pages have lmeen YYayne Bullard, George l"airl1anks, Bolnlpy Hines, Boliliy Sessonis, Jllllllly Bethune, and tlinnny Porter. l,iaoN,fxRn KAMsi.laR 1Illl7f0AQlllfIhI'7' Cross w1'1'1' IIIIIOIIQ' llu' IIICIII- lu'1's ull tlu' SCCOIICI x'c'a1' lx' 111115 Class who lu'l u'd ,I . Y I 111' warn' llu' 1a u'1' lor llu' I I I I p1'1'ss. c1114 llldllllll 111.111- ag'1'1's .'X111u' I'1'111u'1', Alma CIIYIIIZIIII, illlfl clillillyll Rawls lu'l1u'cl clisl1'ilu1u' tlu' Ilf- 'I I-lII1'.Y. Ilu- hlllllllll' ISSIIQ' ol llu' papcr was p11l1lislu'cl 1111 .-Xpril I llIlCll'I' llu' 111a11ag'1'- 11u'11l 111' .-XI11111 cgfiillillll, who also w1'ol1' an 1'dilo1'ial. 'l'lu' last isslu' ol' llu' 111'- 4111111121 was put 11111 snlvly by s1'1'io1's tlu' last ol' May. C9110 ul' llu' IIUIII' cxlra pages was 1l1'x'11l1'cl 111 plu1log1'apl1s. 1,1-'fl 111 71.-Qllff Clarulyll Rawls, .Xlma fll'2lll2lIll, Nvll Iiowling, AIi111111y 'l'isclalc', .xllll l'c'111u'y. 1,417 In llZQfIf.' xvilylll' Blnllarcl, NN'aI11111 I71'1111is, Max Bryall, rlllllllllly I'c'z1g1u', Bnlnlmy Scssoms, Chris Sa pzwilas. Iltfff In Ilifflli N1-ill M1'I,c'1ul, lim By1111111, Mary fl2il'Il'l',-lillll' Vivk, I 'I'o111111y ,IIl'2iQllt', Max I'I1'ya11, NN'alt1111 lJc1111is, Bolmlny SCSSUIIIQI Xvklylll' ll-11llz11'1l. CTl11'is Saparilas, G1-111'g1' l'ai1'l1a11ks. 716- imea S swan all . , Burl: row: Edith Rogers, Rep Meritt, Neil Parrishg Dorothy Newman. lfrrml row: Nieky St:-1mey,.Iohnny Linebergerg Shirley Parker, Miranda Vlatsong Ann Woodward: lwfegan Goodwin: Neill McLeod. wwf Wada In 1950-51 Winged Words was published for the first time: many of the first issues were sent to schools in other states. From these schools, Wingm' l"f"vlI7'!l.Y received much praise, and in the spring was on display in the library of Columbia University. In 1951-52 two issues were published, and from these Broughton's magazine received national acclaim in the magazine, lrnow How. And in 1952-53 the literary magazine, Ifirzgfvl Ifonlx, was edited for the third year. The few students who had worked to make Needham Broughton proud of this publication were rewarded. Early this fall under the direction of the editor, Ann X'Voodward, the staff began to read and reread original manuscripts submitted by students or by English teachers. Shirley Parker, the wirting editor, began to sift out the better stories and poems sent to her while corresponding secretary, Megan Goodwin, was busy answering letters from other schools. Art editors, Edith Rogers and Nicky Stamey, were preparing to illustrate the final selections, and publicity editor, Miranda Wfatson, waited to put up posters announcing that the hrst issue had been completed. After the manuscripts were selected, as- sistant editor, Neill McLeod, began to proofread the selections and to help the typing editor, who was Dorothy Newman. Wlhen typists, Louise Clark, Sue Sorrell, and Karen -lensen had eompleted the dummy copy, Rita Satisky typed the twelve stencils after each story and poem had been arranged by Rep Merritt and Neal Paris, lay-out editors. Business manager, ,Iohn liineberger, kept all bills and totaled the cost of this First issue of Wzizgrrl l"1'y0I'f1'.X'. The first issue was Sent to press, and dis- tributed the first of March. Plans were made to publish a second edition before the end of May, and the entire staff immediately began working again. 616014 'l'h1' Ncvclhain l'h'ong'hton livy Cllnlm lx-gan In Co-opcration with tht' Kiwanis Cllnlm, thn- its N52-53 ycar ln' installing tht- following Broughton lmoys t't'i1clt'1't'cl thvir st't'x'ic'm's to thc- ollicvrs. Kiwanis Minstrvl. All proc't'm'cls liroin tht' IIllI1SII'L'l wont to a hoinc' lor thc' aU'c'cl Stim- ittt.l5c.'i' ., , , - 'Q ' l l X X' ' "l"'ll'!"ll Ctrcwtnvn and nshcrs wcrt' a lcw ol tht' 'llJllS 'HRM HxRt,f,,,u, b I t , I'ff.,,11,A,,.,,',,',.,,, assigncd to thc Broughton group. N Tha' Kvy Cflttlm st'rvt'cl tht' school ln' handling NVD l'll'3l'1K'NSA - - A - 1-S"f7'f'ff1U' Conwssions at Ralvifh Hiffh honn- lmaskctliall t 5 I4liUNMm KMNJCR- ' I I I 4 I . -I-mlhmm, Qantcs lor thc' .'Xthlt'ttC .'XSSOCl2lllUIl. In March tht' organization was host to oxvr ll.-XITK l'lR.XZlClIli.. ,.S'm'gt'r111l-11l-.-I1nn tht't'c' llllI1ClI't'Kl lmoys lor thc' St'x't'ntl1 Annual District CTarolina's Clonvt-ntion. Clnltnral and DUN S'illlllNl'i' ' ' ' 'R'lll""'m' Social lmcxtvfits wort' proviclvcl lor all those' ill- tvncling. This aflaix' aclclvcl tnnch prvstigt- to 'l'ht Cllnlfs niotto is 'WYL' Build," Mcinlrcrs tht' Nvcclhain Broughton Kvy Cllnlm in its thircl arc' t'l.'Ctt'cl into tht' organization on tht' hasis yvat' oliactivity. ot' sviwict- to tht' school and lcaclcrship qnalili- Sophoinorvs wvrt' inclnc'tt'cl into tht' vations. clttlm in Ilannary. 'lilivy tvvrm- Svini Mintz, Bolt 'l'ht' Ralviqh Chaptvr ol' this Intcrnational Alphin, Russt-ll Bray. Paw- Bvrnstt-in. ancl Org'ai.ization sct as its goal, tltrvt' main proivcts. Allan Norris. lajf! In rlighlx -lack tit-ll: .Iohnny ,Xluvrnatltyg Don Stcinv: Nt-nl lxlC'L'lilllS1lI0llIl Biklt-1 .lov Nlooclyg ,l'ownst'ncl lloltg hlax Bryan: l,t-onartl Kaxnslt-rg Cfharlit- Morrisg llannv lone-sz Kc-nOaklc-ygGt-1'ry llartzogi l't't4' lilwrliartg llvrinan Taylor: lonnny Nvwton, Rick l'in4lc'll. N I 85 .S'mtm'.' lfrvcl llvllvrryg Pvggy Carlton: Joyce- l,ittlc'. Sfllflllfllgf Sylvia Matthvwsg Miss Wfilkinsong Barbara Brawlvygkjohn Blavkwcllg Shirlvy Sloriung Alma Grzilming Kath- crinc' Rvnfrcw. little Thx- Broilgliton l.ittl0 Tlivzltvr, Composvcl toclziy ol' 187 stuclvnts, was lirsl orgzixiizvcl in 1930. It is opml to all high school stuclvnls intvrrslvcl in any ol' thc' mzmy phasvs of clrzi- matics. Unclvr sthr QllltlllIlCl' of its now zlclvisor, Miss Nam lYilkinsun, it prvst-1111-rl :1 thrvc- :ict dealer: play, "You C:m't Tala' lt lN'ith You," hvlpccl with thc' Scnior Play, and prc'sc'nlc'cl thrvc' one :acl plays. To finish tht- yczir right and as il the-y lmvc not hvclm husy enough, Tho l.ittl0 'Tl'1t'ZllCI' gzlvcf am EZISICI' play, "Thr Tvrrilmlc' Mvvku for thc' P.'l'.A. and Chzlpvl, zmcl svn! :mv play tu thc- runtvst in Cflmpvl Hill. .Zazzle 'Mmm N , . 'Y 54 cya! J ,M V . , I , ,rig f , -by 0 EXC! r Clf"gffQ0 I ,ffldffffy -A'-if SAC-54' Ojbtgf- J ,6i4L0.f, -f7fL,,f, '3 1-47,72 ,4 ,. -1 ,OA J .dczzfe ham Ann Anderson, Carolyn Anderson, Dianne Anderson, Lemma Baeorn, Ann Bailey, Joann Barber, Betty Barber, -lohn Bell, .laniee Bishop, John Blaekwell, -Iulianne Boone, Nell Bowling, Barbara Brawley, Betsy Brian, liota Brian, Mary Britton, Wayne Bullard, Rita Burke, ,lim Bynum, Peggy Carlton, Barbara Carpenter, Otis Carroll, Mary Carter, Rebeeea Challiee, Betty Sue Caviness, Barbara Chuiehill, Barbara Clark, l,ouise Clarke, Franees Connell, Lynn Court- ney, Camilla Cox, Mary Aliee Cox, Bill Crisp, Ann Crittenden, Naney Crump, ,loan Crawford, William Dunn, lane Davis, mire Dawkins, Mirtlia D.-an, Fr.-l D.'B:rry, Anne Dsnmlrk, Frazier Edwards, Betty Elkins, lfranees Estes, Mayorie Estes, Peggy Fox, Sara Gullette, Mary l,ou Geile, Betty Gray, Alma Graham, Camilla Griee, l.ea Goldin, lwlegan Goodwin, Carolyn Green, Ann Hardy, Betty Harmon, Kathleen Hartsoek, Angela Hilliard, Betty Hood, Burton Horwitz, Richard Howard, Johnny Holt, Donna Irving, Carrie Jackson, Jimmy Johnson, Tim johnson, Barbara ijones, ljerrie Jones, Martha Kelly, Mary Kelly, Becky Knight, Sally Langford, Rebecca Lassiter, lean l.eaeh, ,ludith Levi, Naney Irink,-johnny Lineberger, Mary Louise Lineberger, Alice Liles, Marjorie l.inzay,,Ioyee Little, -lane l.ow, Mary l,ou Macon, Matilda Mann, Sylvia Matthews, Bill Merriman, Rep Merritt, Eugene Miller, Hal Miller, -jimmy Mitehell, Edna hlontague, Mary Lynn Moody, Betty Lou Moore, George Moore, Barbara Morris, Kay Morse, Dot McConnell, Harold McClain, Gene McCracken, Norma McNair, Anna Maria lN1Cl.ean, Nancy Nordstrom, Dot Newman, Frances Oser, Tommy Qverman, Margaret Paris, Shirley Parker, Barbara Pasehall, Marie Patriek, Graee Pearee, Ellen Pemberton, Ann Penny, Betty Powell, Jerry Preston, Martha Preston, Carolyn Ray, laekie Raynor, Catherine Renfrow, Ronald Roy, Dick Rutherford, Woody Sears, Naney Shankle, Alice Smith, Shirley Slocum, jean Shirley, Diek Somers, -Ioann Smith, Margaret Starnes, Peggy Staton, Margaret Teal, Barbara Tarleton, Naney Tiinnell, Pat Upton, .-Xlys Vorhees, Nancy Walker, hlartha Wardlaw, Carolyn Warliek, Amy Warner, Miranda Watson, Sue Weathers, Billy Williford, Heady Wetson, Roger Wireman, -lane Woodard, Kay Zeilger. Bob Alphin, Robert Crumpler, VVorth Godwin, Neil Hudsonhlimmy Pressly, Scotty Swindell, Robert Cromley, Richard Curlee, lfred Gooeh, Billy Makepeace, Kenneth Stallings, Glenn Wilkerson, Eric Elliott, Billy Powell, Shirley Capps, Eleanor Evans, Betty Qlohnson, Norma Hughes, Charles Brown, Merle Kelly, Charles Reaves, Pete Thompson, Aliee Graham, -Ioyee Howell, Barbara Seott, Sherry Wendorf, Robert Stewart. 88 Qafden 77id4gaew M1co.xN Goonwnv. . .,.. I'rf.tz'rlf11f .'XI.lNlA Gimiimt. . , , , A I'itw-l'm'ffln1l Piatzcn' Cl.-XRl.'I'ON. , , . ..S'm'flr1U' N.AXNCTi' NoRns'rRo:tt. . . , . 7-I't'll.YI1I't'7' Thc Goldcn Masqucrs, Broughton's honorary dratnatic socicty, rccognizcs studcnts who havc cxccllvd in thc various ficlds Oft',lI'2ll11Zl. Eligi- liility is lmascd on acting, and all technical phascs of play productions. Aftcr tht' SIllClt'lll qualilics, hc Illtlsl lic votcd into thc clulm. In thc fall, four scniors, Otis Carroll, Bill Crisp, -Iohnny Linclwtirgcr. and Dusty Rhodcsg and two juniors, Sara Gullcttt' and Billy lYilliford wcrc clcctccl. 'l'hcir initiation took placc at thc Dcccinlmcr dinncr inccting. Thc proiccts for tht- first sctncstt-r incluclccl clcsigning posters, and puzzlcs to acquaint thc student body with this organization, and sclccting poctns which wcrc rcacl ovcr thc pulilic addrvss systc-in during thc Cihristntas scason. Muni H'If', lqfl In right: Billy NVillil'ord, Miss Wilkinson, johnny Lincbcrgcr, Mccan Goodwin, Nancy Nostroin. -Siffllllll mir: Otis Carroll, Alina Grahatn. biflflt' mtv: Bill Crisp, Dusty Rhodes, Pat Inglv, Sara Giillvttc. Pm-guy Carlton. lf!-l'l'f nm' lrfl lu rivlzl' lhwtv Rhodes, Iohnny Goodwin, Edith Rogcrs, Nlonty Hicks. Sfrmul rozv: 'l'o1mny'l'vag11c', Ann Woonlwzirnl, Ibaimhyljoncsf Bc-tsy Puiccll, Barbara Scott, Danny Thomas. Iiurk row: Phil Houchins, G:-orgv Dunn. Barry Collins, Bob Alphin, Don Hitchcock, Don Kirby, jesse Chappell. WW The' Slugc' Crcw workcfl throuqhout thc yvzlr in orclcr lo kvc-p thc' Stage' in good con- clition. Tha' Cflulm workvcl hzlrclvl' Ihzm usual in orclvr lo lmild sms for live' plays. ll was also thc cluty ol' thc' stage' Crvw to clvzm :md 2lI'I'2llIQfP thc 90 Stzlqi' for 2lSSl'IHlllf' proqrmns, P.'l'.A. IIll'i'llIlQS zmcl class nlcvtings. Co-Chzlirmcn ol' thc' Stage' Crcw 2lI't' Danny 'l'homaS and Ami XVOUflXN'2lI'd. M1'. Holiday was Stage' Crvw ziclvisor. Aww- Wedge! The purpose of the Audio-Yisual Club is to advanre visual edueation in the sehool and to teaeh theory and praetieal knowledge ol Audio- Yisual equipment. When the cluh was organized for the 1952- '53 year with the aid ol Mr. Mitchell, advisor, and Harvey Henson, Chairman, it had begun another year of service to the school. Its thirty inemlmers went to worlt showing tnoviesq operating the tape reeorclerg playing reeorcls for daneesg and operating the sound system for assembly. One of the elulfs projects has been to give some eighth grade students knowledge ol' and experience in operating our equipment in preparation for cluh nienihership in the following years. ' , ,, I Firxl rnzw: Mr. Mitchell, Foster Gibson, Bobby Askew, john Bikle, -joe Kennedy, Morris Page. Second ww: Tommy Briggs, Harvey Henson, jimmy Edwards, Fred Olive, Bill Franklin, Edward -jones, Edward Tharrington. llylliflll raw: Benton Satterfield, Lemuel Shirley, 'Iohnny Browning, Billy Mously, Mike Morse, l.arry Aydlett, -Iimmy Kirkland, Frank Wall, lfred lfonville. Fourlh rom: -jimmy Mizellc, Claude Broome, Bobby Mitchell, Malvin Glover, Jim Franklin, Hubert Matthews. l L W Wil T li' X 1 JV Q fri, xl ly Vx ,A Kr . 51 .if al u .V aj X, A Nw L' Ur' g I N. l The Mixed Chorus distinguished itself in its performance of Handelis "Messiah', at Christ- mas time. Last year the Mixed Chorus and Girls Chorus were rated "Superior,' Jane Agsten Dianne Anderson Frances Andrews Helen Arendell Edwinna Armstrong Betty Bacon Ann Bailey Lemma Baucom Sylvia Bates' Kathrine Bernhard Ann Blalock Mary Bowen Betsy Brian Betty Brown Faye Brown Rita Burke Ann Caldwell Peggy Carlton Gloria Cartwright Bettie Sue Caviness Connie Choate Louise Clarke Jennie Connelly Kay Cooke Alice Cooper Lynn Courtney Betty Covington Sue Cox Nancy Crump Patsy Deaton Ann Denmark Betty Dowdy Deane Drinkard Anna Ray Dughi Anita Edwards Mary Lou Ellis Frances Estes Marjorie Estes Frances Folk Ann Fuller Patricia Ann Garell Mary Lou Geile Faye Godwin Lee Goldin Mary Nell Grehsam Camille Grice Angela Grifhth Anne Grisette Cathrine Gupton Harriet Habel I Betty Harmon Carolyn Harris Kathryn Harrison Kim Hatcher Eleanor Hester Ginger Hester Gail Hollowell Nancy Howard Norma Hughes Dorothy Hulick Donna Irving Barbara Jones Gerrie Jones Lucia Jones Kay Kenerson Alice Lancaster Jean Leach Dorothy Lehue Louise Le May Shirley Lemmons Judy Levi Catherine Lewis Dot Lineberry Anita Liles Marjorie Linzey Betsy Lloyd Betty Lloyd Jane Low Nancy Ludwig Margaret MacDon Neill McLeod Carolyn Mallard Sally Maness Katina Matinos Collette Maxwell Jackie Mills Sonya Mitchell in the ald Mary Lynn Moody Betty Moore Barbara Morris Patricia Ann Mulligan Dorothy Newman Sarah Nicholson Cora Nipper Mary Owens Marie Patrick Elaine Patton Barbara Paschall Ann Pearce State Contest. In the Annual Spring Concert the Choruses appeared with the Band for a program that was well received. The Chorus is composed of approximately 200 members Grace Pearce Cathrine Pearson Shirley Pearson Ann Penny Carolyn Perry Ann Phillips Betty Powell Martha Preston Betsy Purcell Lois Raper Joanne Rasberry Shelby Raynor Katie Richardson Peggy Ridout Edith Rogers Peggy Sanders Sue Sandling Rita Satisky Nancy Shankle Susan Sharpe Zigrida Smits Ann Southern Jean Spikes Diane Springer Mary Starling Joyce Stephenson Eleanor Stewart Peggy Sullivan Martha Teal Joanne Tedder Claire Tolar Grey Tolar Joanne Tripp Nancy Tunnell Anne Tunstall ' Hilda Walker Carolyn Warlick Jane Wayburn Patsy Wilkerson Mary Page Williams Sandra Williams Verna Williams Polly Wood Mary Elizabeth Workman Ada Wright Bobbie Zwahlen Maynard Adams Glenn Anderson Jerry Andrews 92 Bill Barksdale Morris Bernstein Page Bernstein Arthur Bone Gene Bostian Pete Bougades Clarence Boykin Phil Brewer Jack Cell Robert Crumpler Ralph Cummings Richard Curlee Allen Davis James Davis John Dombalis Gary Dozier Ben Eaton H. T. Eubanks Manly Eubanks Jack F razelle Sammy Frazier Donald Fry Paul Hall Dick Holleman Lenox Johnson Sherrill Johnson Tim Johnson Jerry Jones Roy Keever Don Keith E. J. Lassiter Lawrence Lohr Charles Lombard Bobby Lynch Harley Mudge Allen Norris Grey Poole Robert Rhoney Eugene Rule Woody Sears Robert Singleton Jimmy Stephenson Robert Tyson John Varlos Glenn Warren Steve Webb Bobby Williams Marvin Woodcock Richard Workman gmac Wana! mzemltfe 'l'hc Broughton Vocal EIlSCl1ll7lC is Coinposccl ol' 18 sclcctcd studcnts. This is thc top pcr- lorniing vocal group in thc school. It appears in formal clothvs for all pcrforinanccs, The group sings hoth in school and for Civic cluhs. 9 Bclorc Christmas thc group lllildt' 17 appcar- anccs including radio programs. For thc- first tinic in thc' planning' of thc Statc' Cfontcst- Festival, groups ol' this kind arc now lacing pcrniittcd to sing in thc contcst. 'Me Waaahed RoaERT A. BARNES, Dirfrlor NVith a roll of drums and a blare of brass the Raleigh High School Marching Hundred steps on the football field and into one of its fancy formations. This year's head drum major, l'7IIfl'.Y and 1'irrnln.t- Mary Mark Davis 'Dan Matthews Susan Peeler TSara Gault Hardy Rothroek Andrew Demnark David Anderson 'llilna Rawls TPhilip Grifliths 4CIarimu'.r Chreston Holoman Howard Cell Peggy Sullivan Iames Page Diek Harrison Allan 'Boyd Bill Moxley 'Ervin Thompson Lee Giles Barney Brown Riek Pindell Stephen Clements Marie Hester Margaret Henson 'Bill Suiter Nelda Clements Pat Zwahlen Toby Layton Rose Mary Hayes june YVatson Catherine Whitley TDeWitt Riee 'lRex Rouse .S'1l,x'nf1h1n11'.v 3'-Ierrold Watson .johnny Lawrenet Ann Southern Alohnny Bryant 'fliugene Bridgers .Ioe Cox 1'l!'I'lI!'ll Hmm' iDavid Parker Don Lawrenee Susan Browne Kay Weaver Mike Nielsen Conzrlx and 'lb'un1pvl.i' Ernest Charles 'Robert Clay Larry Carter Sam Pearce Lynwood Jones jimmy Thompson Morris jones Reggie Allsbrook "Robert Stephenson Robert Noble Marilyn Rogers james Davis Glenn Jones, led the band at halftime shows and at many colorful parades in Raleigh and in other North Carolina cities. 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Beasley, Max Bryan, YVayne Bullard, Bobby Caviness, Erie Elliott, Larry Ellis, Harry Ethridge, Phil l-louehins,,Ioe Kennedy, Hubert Matthewsulimmy Nlizelle, Berton Satterfield, Revely Allen, Dianne Anderson, Carol Campbell, Lynn Howard, Peggy Howard, Anna McLean, Sylvia Matthews. Martha Wardlaw, Bill Barksdale, Stephen Hayes. Glenn Warren, Manly Eubanks,-Iimmy Chambershjoe Bennett,,lulia Crater, Robin Crittenden, .Iimmy Cherry, Gary Dozier, Patricia Garrell, Alma Graham, Sara Gullette, Norma Hughes, Kathleen Hartsoek, David Hayes, Bertha Johnson, Patricia Leonard, Charles Maynard, Elaine Mitehell, Patricia Moore, Leslie hloseman, Billy Phelps, Nella Purrington, ,lean Rowland, Hilda Walker, Nancy VVallace, Billy Whis- nant, Bobbie Zwahlen, Fllvey Thomas, Carolyn Anderson, Glenn Anderson, Caroline Bickett, Robert Benkly, Rita Burke, .lane Davis, Walton Dennis, Arthur Dozier, .limmy Edwards, Bobby Hines, Faiz Housein, Patricia Tingle, Rebecca Lassiter, ,jimmy Mitchell, Sania Mitchell, Mary Moody, Frances Oser, -Ioan Plyler, Eugene Rule, Boblgy Sessoms, -loanne Smith, Edward Steele, Sara Stone, Roger Strobel, Nellie Tutor, ,lane Wayburn. cena! Ha! This year the French Club met alter school as one large group composed ol' the combined first and second year classes of both Mrs. Ladu and Mrs. Delgado. The club ollicers were Iimmy Mizelle, president: Nancy Eubanlts, vice-president:-Ianice Bishop, secretary: Carolyn Green, treasurer: Manly Eubanks, sergeant-ab arms, and Glenn Wlarren, social chairman. The Program and Social Committees were responsible for the presentation of several interesting programs during the year. French customs and holidays were discussed in one meeting: and Mr. Wilson, an exchange teacher from Canada, gave an informative talk on Quebec in another meeting. As their social for the year, the French Club held a banquet in April. Festive touches, such as the French Menus and decorations, helped make the occasion a memorable one. The entertainment included folkdancing and singing by the French students. The banquet concluded a successful year for the French Club. At the beginning ofthe school year, a new method ol' organization was instituted in which all of the Spanish classes combined to form one General Spanish Club. The purpose of this General Club is to afford all interested Spanish students an opportunity to share their knowl- edge of our Spanish speaking neighbors. Meeting twice a semester, the club enjoyed Latin-American speakers, singing Christmas carols in the halls, and a l'inal spring banquet. Oflicers for the year were: President Jane Vick, Vice-President Joan Barber, Secretary Alice Smith, Treasurer Hal Miller, and Ser- geant-at-Arins Mike Morse. Margaret Campen, Barbara Carpenter, Betsy Caviness, Joan Crawford, Carolyn C. Gaskill, Catherine Gupton, Joy Lambert, Nancy Ludwig, Susan Sharpe, Nancy Wfilson, Betty Gray, Garrett Morrow, Elenor Newborne, Jon Bel', George Critz, Erie Elliot, Gary Fisher, Jimmy Hunter, Bruce Newton, Norwood Parker, Charles Reavis, Robert Shofl- ner, Johnny Upchurch, Jack Warner, L. A. Watson, Gretchen Barnette, Barbara Brawley, Connie Choate, Mary Jane Clement, Diana Elliason, Nlargaret Henson, Dot Lineherry, Sally Low, Miriam Quarles, Carolyn Rawls, Sue Robinson, Barbara Scott, Joyce Stevenson, Sue Weathers, Bob Alphin, John Bikle, David Blackwell, Gene Bostian, Mcrlc Kelly, Harold lNlcClain, Gene lVleCracken, Sam Pearce, Billy Powell, Pete Thompson, Richard Workman, Joanne Barker, Juliane Boone, Nell Bowling, Toni Briggs, Bruce Campbell. Otis Carroll, Margaret Dick, Bill Ellis, Frances Estes, Anne Fury, Alice Graham, Pat Hodges, Townsend Holt, lvlarion James, Frank Jeffrey, Neil lN1cLeod, Sally Nlanefs, Becky Knight, Nlike Nlorse, Bill lVIoxley, Dot Newman, Elanor Palmer, Shirley Parker, Edith Rogers, Donnie Roy, Pat Spainhour, Carroll Smith, Betty Stephenson,Jimmy Tisdale, Jane Vick, Carolyn Warliek, Sue Willett, Barbara Weiller, Marion Chesson, Marcia Culbreth, Megan Goodwin, Margaret Griffin, Peggy Hilliard, Chreston Holloman, Patsy Jackson, KarenJensen, I,ennoxJohnson, Betsy Lloyd, Grace Pe-arm-,Jimmy Pressly, Peggy Sanders, Shirley Slocum, Sue Soi-rt-ll Herman Taylor, Tommy Teague, Danny Thomas, Sonny Turlington, Nlary Page VVilliains, Verna VVilli?llni. Anne Wloodwarcl, Elizabeth Womble, Lemma Baueom, Don Cox, Joan Crosby, Ellen Dennis, Peggy Garner, Bob Harrison, Bob Hibbard, Hal Miller, Ethelyn Priekett, Dot Pressly, De Witt Rice, Alice Smith.Jimmy Thompson, Bob NVVIIIIC. l l V 99 44 4 S 1. ' -. by , " ' ' M " " 1: 'Q vb f' a Ji Jw EQ we 'S Q 4353? '24 , N 4. an :YH Q is, We 'JL 5 A. 6 ,, .w vw li in nw f-nk I 50 1 ,cs 'M A 0-fi' ff Q gx M Niki I 45 Cn I l'lIil.lf mir, lwfl In lllifllff Mc-gan Goodwin, Franrvs Osvr, .-Xlys Yoorlit-vs, -loan Barhvr. .Ioan Spikvs, Rita Satisky, Louise- tilark, liarhara Churchill, Susan Sharpe, llanivt' Bishop, Mary Cartvr, Suv Wlillt-tt, Mary Hvlcn Cross, lit-tty llootl. .hlf't'l7lI!l mic-: Nanry Nordstrom, Axim' Pvnnt-y, Betsy l,loytl, l"rant't's listvs, R2il'l'IlAIt'IlS4'I1, -luliannc lioont-, Anna Maria lNlt'l.can, Chase' Phillips, Carolyn cll't'll1,tl2iIll' llavis, Phyllis Morvatlith, .Ioannr Sink. 'Ilmf1':uz1'.' lllvanor l'ahnt'r, lilizahvth XVomlmlt', hlarv Page VVilliains, Clarolint' Bickt-tt, .Xlivc Smith, Patsy hloorv, llatrivia Spainhour, Sue' Robin' son, Nvltla Cllt-invnts, Sarah Stone, Joyce- Stcpht-nson, Pvggy Clarnvr, lit-clay King. l"nur!!1 mir: Miranda Wlatson, .Xnnv liury, ,Xlivv l,il4's, liohhic' fwvilvn, lit-tsy Uavint'ss,.luliam' Cratvr, Bvtty Gray, Nance' XN'allat't', Sarah BI'2lLlliUI'Ll, Dorothy l.int'h:'rry, hliran Cluarlvs, Carolyn Gaskill, llarhara CIarpt'ntt'r. lfgflh mzzu' Katlilt-cn l'lartsoc'k, lliannt' iXnclt'rson, .Ivan llryan, lloyact' Howvll, Margarvt Dirk, Sara l"ullt'ttt', Nvill Mt'l,t-otl, Mrs. Clrt't'n, .Xclvisoiy S'2-7 "'l'o huilcl a ll-llowship ol' wonu-n and girls tlcvott-tl to tht' task ol' rt-aliziug in our Conunon lift' thost' itle-als ol' pvrronal and Sovial living to which wt' art' t'ommittc'tl hy our faith as cllll'lSll2lI'lS.u "ln this t'ntlt'ax'or wt' st't'k to untlvrstantl llrsus, to slum- llis low for all pt-oplc, and to grow in tht' knowl- vtlgm- and low- ol' God." 'l'ht-st' grow out ol' tht' Y,lV.tl,.X. antl tht- purpost-s art- usrtl as a siniplt' hut tlirvvt statvnicnt of tmlrjt-t'tix't's zuul goals. I, 'l'o grow as ll pvrson. 2, 'lio grow in tirit-ntlsliip with pt-oplv ol' all ravi-s, rn-ligions, anal nationalitin-s. 3, 'Io grow in tht- knowlt-tlgv and low- ol' tlotl. Me-uilwrslup to thc Svnior Y-'l't-t-ns is opru to vvt-ry svhool girl in tht' t-lt'v4'nth antl twvlllth grzztlrs who l1t'lit'x't' in tht' purpost' of the' Y.W'.ll..X. antl will hvlp to proinott' it in hm' own livinLg'. lt is up to varh iiimnlx-r to makt' hm' group a frit'ntlly and avtivt' onv, to par- tivipatt' in its programs and tztkt' part in national anti inttwnational projc-cts in hvr assoviation. 'l'ht' Y.lV.CI..X. IIlt'lIllJt'l'SlllIJ lk-t' is 50 vvnts pvr ycar 125 vvnts is paicl to tht- loval assouiatioii and 25 vt-nts is st-nt to thx' National Iloartl as an t-xprt-ssion ol in- clivitlual responsibility lor tht- national assot'iation.J illuh cluvs art' paicl ilt't'UI'tllIlL1lY to tht' iutliviclual Nl-'l.t't'll cluh policy. 'l'ht' Cllllb-S0llll't'l'S for V952-53 wt-rv liarhara C Ihurrhill, prt-sitlcnt: Susan Sharpv, rift--prvsitlviitg Qlauict- Bishop, sc't'rt'taryg Mary Ciartvr, ll'4'ilNlll't'l', and l.ouist- Clark, pI'0g'l'2illl 1'll2lll'lll21ll. cmdofz Z- 'feenc Y-TEENS GROUP II LIVE YIZRS Birrsv PURKIl'1l.I. .......... ..,..,,.. I ,!'l'.YI.!ff'7lf SlisANNis PH'1'ieRsoN. , . . . , l'1're-l'r'm'f1'w1l .IRAN I,EAc:11 ...... .,., . Slfrrflazjit lliim' LEVI ........ ....,,.. ' 11H'fI.YllN'f MARc:AR11'1' BlC.,X'l"l'lIC. . . .l,l'0gIYIII1 671111-77711171 Miss FR Eli M .-x N .................,.... A flzimr This ycar wc had ll varicty ol' programs on good grooming and lmoy-girl rclationships. -loannc Tripp, Bctsy Purccll, Nancy Brown- ing, Patsy Dcziton, and Czithcrinc Morsc workcd on ll display lor Y-'l'ccns Emphasis Wlcck, which was in thc front hall. For our socizll, wc lliltl 21 h2lyl'lCli'. Hb had scvcrnl suppcr mcctings at thc S K XV which cvcryonc cnjoycd il QQITQII dcnl. XV.O.XV. Y-'l'IllCNS MARY LYNN Moorw. . . ..,,. l,7'!'.YI'Ifr"7lf QIANI-1 Low ...,...., . , , l'1'r1'-l'1w.x'1'1lw1! ANN SLHAN. . . .,.. St't'l't'fIllj' FAYI4: iARNOI,D ....... ...,,.... T rmwzm' rANN l.E15 l3.'xRNlIfxR1J'l' . , . . .llffllgffllll Cllllllkflllflll MRs. CiIl.BER'l' .....,....r....,,,,... .'lKfI'l'.l'0I' Thc YV.O.lV. -Iunior Y-rllccns chosc as onc of thcir scrvicc proiccts to hclp il nccdy family at Christmas. All of thc Y-Tccns pzlrticipzzlcd in 21 potato chip sulc. For thcir social, thc XV.O.XN'. Y-Tccushjoinccl with all ol' thc Y-'llccns in Rflllxlgll for zz lormal dzmcc. F.U.G. Y-'VITENS l.YNN ClOllR'I'NliY, . . . . .,..,....... PI'l'.VI-ffllllf LR.-x Go1.D1N. . . . , l'1'rw-l'm'1'flw11l N.'XNlIX" Clmmw. . . .... .S'f'm1l11r1' I.o'r,-x BRIAN ...., ........, ' I lY'fl.YIlI't'Ii Milxlzczfxni-:'1' P.-xlus, . . . .IIIIIIQNIIII-Clflflliflllllll Miss B.fxRR1Nczi:lz .,.... ...,,,......,. . 'iIlI'Il.YUl' l'.0.C. Y-Tccns had a party for thc orphans as thcir Scrvicc Proicct. 'llhcir IIIOIIUY-Illillilllg' projcct was ll hay-ridc 'lxox suppcr. 'llhc pro- grams consistcd ol' il talk on C2lI't'l'I'S :md El boy-girl rclaitionship discussion. famine Z- 'feemz 103 , 4... ,Nag 'kv-he-f r A A Av l'l0IIfI1IIi' ,ffll12IlAQfIl.'tlK'SSl'fll12lIJlN'll, l'lCl.lQIR'S, Rivllarml l'mcl1'll llolm l.ll1l'llt'lg2't'l'. llunuld Nllll4'l', lummy Nvwlnn, lluu llilvln'm'k,xIm' Momly, Hill llvaty. .S'l'mf1zlrr1z1'.' lJam1y'l'l1mnas, Clvorgm' llunn,.lim liynum, lillim fll'OX'l'l', lhm Slvlnv, Dun Roy, N1-ml Me-1-kills, 'Ibm 'l'm'zlgxu'. 'llmflmzf-,'BillXN'z1llarv,'l'cm'nsvmlHolt.lX1uxl5ryzm ,Xl SIZIVIIVS. Milton lluyuc-s, llcllx ll llllUL, Vllulms NlUlllN Xl mlx rllllllllxN lllilllfllll 4 ,V , Q - 1 ' '. 2 ' mx'lNlr.lluwnrcl,llnrrylluvksml.l,v1'l'1'1rlu1'l1.llmxlxu-lpy.-1414-k CI:-ll,'Clm'y l'llSlll'l', H:-rman 'l'uylor, l'il'HHl'Ill Oakl:-y. I I We-2 ll-Qssli clll.Xl'l'l'1l.l .. .,,l'n'.v1'flr11f SYSICIII ol' c'urryi11Q lunm-wm'k lumm' to sick -llil-I lN1cnum'. . . . l'M'-l'n'.l1'f!f'11r l,lJN lilRIlY.. . .S'm'n'l11r.'1' Rlczli l'l41NlmlQl l.. . ..,.. 4l4I!l1l.YIII't'I 'hm Nmy'nm, 4 . ,.S'e'rg1'11I1l-111-,lfnzx ll nun' llcmtxklm. . . . ,Swfzml .'l!fI'l4l07 Dam llxxlclfzxw , l.ll,l...-1. l111'1'1.mr 'llu' SL'lllllI' Ili-Y ol' '52-'53 SUl1Qlll llvllmvsllip IllI'OllQll sc'rx'in'm', 1'c'lig'iu11s, illlll sutizll Llt'llX'lllc'S. l'11clm'1' sc'1'x'ic'r' pmjm-vis llu' vlul: clm-x'c-lupvcl tllc' llu NlllLlCIllS. ll also sponsorccl Ll l'l'llQ'lUllS sllrxx-5. llllu' clula zlllcllclvcl lllll'l'I'l'lll CllllI'L'llt'S :ls Ll lmucly vz1c'l1 mcmllm. 'l'lu-11-3111411-suvigllwas lwlcl rluriug llmlmcl Ilia' lIlt'IIllil'I'S IlI'l'St'llllllQ ll Ygnrivly .XVI lmcl Kllll1Ct'. l'lI'Sl and lust ilu' H1-X Clulw SlJllQlll lu c'1'c'z1lc', Illillllllllll :xml vxlvml llmmgllulll ilu' lllJlllt', sclxuul, glml Cllllllllllllllf l1iHl1 Slillltllllili w ul' clllI'lSllllIl m'l1:11'z1c'u'1'." ' sccuml SClIlc'SlCI'. 'l'lu- sa-vmmcl St'Illt'Sll'l' also Zhi Mfl mm We-Z a ljj, 14 , 2'5?f:if'r , . fr2z0.4f,.lJ.F I'lIlI,Yf row. lrjfl to right: Semi hlintz. Srroml rnzr:,lcfi'1'y.Ion0S. Bob Alphin. 'Hiird nnzfu' Bill Swain, llvrry Ellisbc-rg, Rob:-rt Sims. Tcmmy Stine. Fnznllz rnzv: livonard Graham, Bobby Asher, john Goodman, Jerry Hollvrnan, Monty Hicks, Phil Brewvr. Fflllz razv: Iiyc-rvtte Norton. Billy Brickhouse, Donald Fry, ,Iimmy Recbals, ,Iimmy Cherry, Gene- Miller. . N , - , ,Q 4- 4,11 D X1 ll- fc-. TVA i ' ' ' g ' , i 29 iii! 7! '26,Lf+71V7lv' Il I Art-lxidj-ic!! af .J ' M 'L' :W J ' ,,. W ' 1 lf: MM . f 1 vu , 1 1 4. ' , W' A A W 1 ' J -J' fx ' ll" -u Jill fl ,if R' N , I . 105 1. o ,, H- 'ml 0:54 x The Monogram Cllnlm of the Girl's Athletic' Assoeiation has now eonipletecl its thircl year of aetixity. The purpose ol' the Monogram Chili is to aet as a planning lmoarcl for the Ciirl's Athletic Association and to promote interest in girl sports. The projects ol' the Club are as follows: to issue gym equipment during am Ha! lmoth lnneh periods: to keep the qirl's lounge in orcler during home lmasketlmall games: to assist with the ninth and tenth graclt-r's -Iunior Girl's Athletic Association, ancl to sponsor play days. Qui' advisors are Mrs. Shirley Green and Miss Mattie Barring:-r. l"ir.rl mzv: lWrs. Green, Neill Meliencl, Sue Sorrell, Louise Clark, Shirley Sloenm, Miss Barrinqer. SITIIIIII rn11': Leslie Moselnan, Hilda WValker, Marie Patrick, Nellie Tutor, Alanine Bishop, Aliee l.iles, Susan Sharp. -lainie Clement, Sallie Ives. gag '4 Wmmm Firxl rum, lfjfl In riyhr: jerry Hartzog, -Ioe bloody, Tommy Newton. Don Voorhees, and Don Steine. .S'f'rnnrlrn11'.'.Iimmy Chambers, Fred Dt-Berry, Robert Spears, Russell Bray, Tommy Teague, Lee Pridgen, Frank Jeffrey, -lack Cell, .lack Frazelle. Sonny Turlington, and Coach Ringgold. Third row: Otis Carroll, -lerry jones, Pete Eberhart, 'Iimmy Bynum, Bill Wallace, .jimmy-lohnston, Dannyllones, Ed Steele, Lynwood Eubanks, Donald Miller, and Bobby Sessoms. lfnizrlh row: Billy Williford, Bobby Lynch, Ed Bell, Tommy Copley, Dick Holleman,-jimmy Pressley, Paul Hall, Bobby Mitchell, Bobby Vslarren, and .-Xlvin Starnes. lfjfilz row: Paul Chamblee, Gil Rothsteine, .Ioe Bennett, Larry Ellis, Carroll Smith, Mulvin Glover, l,em Jenkins, Ned Nleekins, Elvey 'l'homas, George Dunn, -lesse Chappell, Dinky Puryear, and 'Iflllfl l'eterson. 107 vw' ,f i Q" J ,x H' lf" .' 72 3' ti 4 ' vi" ng. K., ix by 4y '12 thx" a ' a a 1 X I A It 5 . ,f I- vzfa 1-ftdletw 1-faeaccazwa J f - . A . . . . vi, 1 u i 'ix ,I .ft :Si ' ' x X P f ' ' Q lnil rung lrfl In Ilfflfi Mrs. cil'l'Q'IlQ'. Ncill ix1l'i.K'Oli. Hilda wV2lik1'l' Snlliv lv:-S, lmslic' Mnsc-iiizni, Shirlc-y l'm'km-r, Susan i12ll'k'iL' I,indscy. Sliirlcv Slocum, and Miss liarrim-r. -SIITUIIII mmf: Sm- Surrm-ll, livlty Siu- Siizirpv, lXfIui'y Lynn Moody, N 4, wlinsun, liziniu' liislmp, Rita Szilisky, lmilisv lllzirk. Mary CIzii'ln'r, l'il'iiIll'l'S ilslvs, Mary Pugm' NN'illiznns, N4-llic 'l'ukol', Marin' Il2llI'iL'k, l5z1i'lJz1i'u fiilllI'l'iliii. 'Illini :mr-: Nanrxy iN1llIllfOI'C'i. Pat Risk-y, Snzzinm' Pc't4'i'su1i, Niziry Harris, .Xnn I nrv. Mirzinclu Wutsoii. Ann XVooclwzn'd, lllvanor l'alini'r, Margie- Park. lxuh Golnlvn. lfmntlz lI1Il'.' Kay Z:-iglcr. .lainc l wwv, Slivlizi Young, Cla-fry 'lOIll'S, Putty .Io Qlmics, Ginger He-slew, llurmliy Nl'NN'lI12iIl,tlt'21HA,UIlQ'S, Lynn ci0llI'llll'Y. iivllx' Sm' Clznviiim-ss. Ifzflll :nu-.'.lz1nic Ulm-im-nl, ix1ill'g2ll'C'I Ili-nsmi, Yirginizi Urqulizn'l, mlunvt Rim-, Mux'Qzin-I H1-zitty. Snwun l5ruwm', and Mzniun .lunn-4. 108 Hamm X gf- X QA -. .Nm sf S W -- Q. w'l k. Q ,. g Q v. n - M- 1 x me Q v e Nm - -.V 4 W.. Q:s.J'.f"' W WIP Q N531 'Q fx K, -M Q -gi ' . Axwgsxfg - Q .Y +k QL xx 11' . Av -4 y 'Q 1 " " xxx. .. J + was .Y . Q ' 7 ,, xi xws -.sn -,pn Q w e-'Q me va , LM., iss 4- . .Q-,' 'ww-wh , wi' was 4 u ew X X Y x. " .. f ' - .' ' , . N 1 N x 4 xx 1 , I sf Q W A I " 1 . . .. , G 'Lv V Q + ' Q ' X S' 'K ,h 5 5' " A . 5-Y ff S i i 3313 , . . . w , 1 , ' x . K x Q4 ,,, Ny . - A zx. . mf A, :iff Q. Q - 3, M,-, x wx 1 ". - u' 9 v Q, ' , . , rg - x .. w- . , K . Yi ft R ' Yivbff 1' 'wx x . . K" .X ' ' x.rv8'5v 'N ' Q 'M it x Q. 'KN fx . lf' Pax Q .. 1 -Q vin fu wp callin!! douche Watson Holyfield Carroll King jqyzwf Cnarlz Hmd Coach The Raleigh High Caps won seven of their nine games this year to give Coach Carroll King his best season since he came to Raleigh. lVatson Holyfield, Jiinmy Ringgold, and Chris Shay are the assistants who did excellent jobs in their respective departments. The Caps took the runner-up spot in the Eastern Conference with a four and two record. The locals also defeated some tough XVestern Conference op- ponents. The lifteen seniors on the team Jimmy Ringgald Chris Shay Baclrprld Coach Line Coach included some of the best Raleigh has seen in some years. RALEIGH-DURHAM The Raleigh High Caps, although out playing Durham in yards rushing and first downs, took their first loss of the season 19-6. The opening kick oH' hit a Raleigh lineman and bounded toward Murdock on the fifteen yard line. Jackie never got a firm grip on the ball and il rolled into the end zone where a Bulldog end fell on it. Officials ruled that Murdock had had control of the hall, and gave Durham a touch down. All state candidates Bass and Riggslnee played well for Durham. Voorhees drew applause from hoth sides when he carried around end and humped a Durham player so hard that he fell onto two other Bulldogs. RALEIGH XVILSUN Raleigh High, after taking a licking from Durham. handed a strong W'ilson eleven a 12-0 setback. lt was the Cyclones first C011- ference loss, and the Caps first conference win! In the Hrst quarter, Macon took a hand off from Murdock, found a hole, and went all the way for a T.D. As time was running out, Newton snared a pass at midfield and out ran three Wilson hacks for the final tally. The play covered fifty-two yards. Exceptional defensive play held the Cyclones to only two first downs during the entire game. Voorhees carried for 122 of the Caps 159 yards rushing! liarly in the first quarter .Iulian Peebles received a Compound fracture of his right leg. ea-64766404 Joe Moody Tom Newton SEQ H Om a.E'15 aw 53'-wing- ?xG'c:5xs:O Lokpmbl aww?-1 Ui wif:-E ik, 594 AQ. cn' . ru ,LS 5. 253:55 135232-E 2-uE,Nw"W EMM' 'ci gf-v'UC 5'- C EWETVQ Mu: rc: a"L?3Qo 2,5 c .53 -EUCfllg,m Q'-V51-'Q v-MEX-r6LL.xJ?,, x"g':,?'g, 2:uD"EN 2 gi 97 nur' RJ Sufi? .1::Onu?'- x-.SUQJL-KF' 9222225 P' 'E 33552: gifs? W 5.CIv-.gvf D-U ' 'Q is N55-E E155 Q2 vi' 551:15 XNDJEE EG-E520 Egcncm Q62-Omg. zgix 4, Eg , 5-Zirg Dwhingff vizmxa vim QE' EG 55.5 0,231 -.. 5-1.-smvug'-K wg,.:1 :4:!wQx6?:n fi Jw '41-j-EL-4 L' QSM: EAfQs..,l-'O Nu Ex.: XOMDJ-SD 556 U2 5303 N , . Q2"'c3s."O' ind iS2":SfE'l ,,.u.ED.a ,ff "2,Cf3g,3 Mzhfg is 14 RALEIGH -w GOLDSBORO The Gaps scored in every quarter to down the Earthquakes 27-O. Murdock passed to Newton and Johnson for six pointers, then scampered for a third himself. Johnson carried for the last tally. Time ran out in the first half, and Mur- dock intercepted a pass in the third quarter to kill the Goldsboro scoring threats. Fine de- fensive play held the 'Quakes to thirty-five yards rushing, and fifty-five yards passing. Newton, jenkins, and Puryear led play in the forward wall with Voorhees doing his usual good job at line backer. Although the Gaps fumbled three times, they out played Goldsboro in every department. RALEIGH - BURLINGTON Raleigh High came out on the long end of a 33-27 score against Willialns High of Burlington in a game for the fans. The Westcfrn Conference eleven scored three times as a result of fumbles. The locals first score came when Murdock climaxed a sixty yard drive by going over from the two yard stripe. The last play of the Hrst stanza saw Raleigh take the lead at 13-7 when Voorhees bulled his way over from the twelve. gaaifdeld pawaiaace Moody QHBD Voorhees CFBJ lohnson QHBJ Sammy Amen Voorhees CFBD .Iohnson CHBH Moody QHBJ Murdoek fQBJ Rav KEN, Knight QTL Stephenson CGD, Puryear Cfijhlenkins CGD. Dunn ill, Newton tlil The Bulldogs eame lmaek in the third period to take the lead at 14-13. Alter the Burlington kick off, Raleigh marched straight down the field. Moody's T.D. was nulilied hy a penalty, hut the Caps we t'c' not to he stopped. In three plays they had scored again. NVilliams High matched the Cap's T.D. with one of their own, and the Bulldogs led again 20-19. Raleigh promptly t cmcm k charge as Murdock passed to Johnson. .Ienkins placement was good and the Caps were ahead 26-20. The XVestern Con- ference eleven got their last tally midway in the last quarter. lVith a minute and a hall' left in the game, Murdock took to the air, hut not for long. The clever quarterback, after two passes, ran through the middle for the last Raleigh six pointer. Jenkins again converted and the scoring parade was over with the Caps out front 33-27. Even though it was strictly offense on the gridiron, it was a thriller from the stands. RALEIGH -Y FAYE'I"TEYII,LB The underdog Raleigh Caps took the measure of a strong l"z1y0ltc'x'illv vlcvcli 20-14 in lfayvtlc- villv. .lcnkins rccovcrvd a Bulldog funilmlc in thc first quartcr. Mood5', Voorhccs, and Johnson niovccl thc hall to tho one' yard line. Murdock wont over for thc TD. and thc score stood at 7-7 at half timv. Early in the third period All-Stale vnd Toniniy Nvwton lmlockcd a Bull- dog kxck on thc thirty-nina-. This time it was johnson and Yoorhcfvs Carrying to thc one yard linv, and Hartzog scoring. It was probably thc lwst tvzun victory of King's Carccr in Ralcigh. lhv Cap hacks as wvll as lincnivn playvcl lxrilliant loolluall throughout thc' game. VARSITY FOOTBALL MANAGERS Bill Crisp Gil Rothstrin Bill Bakm Purycar lN1CGcc 1,15 fl ff tf ff? Miller and Hartzog played well when Stephch ff J 'on passed to Moody in thc end zone. son and Murdock were injured. Time ra-Wit T n was good and the half-time on the Caps as they rcached the Fifteen yar ' re w's e c ried three Rocky markt-r fJ1'F2lyt.llL-Villb, cy M Us aCr0 c,al aftcr only 625 f r play thyt ird quartcrf 1 e Blackhirds RALEIGH W ROCKY MOUNT on ano hle, and lcd 14-13. As lt was family night at Riddick Stadium, and the la. r t e linef recovered the Caps gave 7,000 fans a 19-14 victory to a fumble onjd n 41 yard r four close the season. Raleigh far out-played the minutes remaining, k crashc - the Blaeklmirds as Voorhees netted 198 yards middle for FIC winni K4 ' ts. Coach rushing. Rocky Mount scored first as Lee took King's charges w inf Q ' ain as the game a Raleigh luinhle and raced 63 yards for the ended with Raleigh on t 'bird 20 yard T.D. lN'ith time fleeting in the first half, stripe. T, Q. 7 214434416 7mm 1'lI'f.1'fl'IIZl', lffl to rzlqlzt: hlenkyklenkins, Bob Beverly, Robt. Collins, Bill Swain, Stacy Holmes, Buddy Barker, Loman Parrish, Bernard Bledsoe, Tom Sattcrheld. Sfroml row: Bob Hibbard, Bob Wilkerson, Tony Dean, Page Bernstein, Gary Love, Noris llombolis, Charles Braxton, Lewis Alford. 'flzird row: john Brady, John Johnson, Grey Poole, Whirly Baxlcy, Bob Asher, Bill Underwood, Gene Miller. Fourth row: Morris Bernstein, Carl Wills, Harry Moore, Fred Olive, Phil Brewer, Tom Stone, Bill Barksdale, Gene McCracken, Arthur Dozicr, Mr. Holylield. 116 'z?cw6etd'aZZ Coach King ancl Coach Holyfield YVAKE FOREST Qlrlerej Raleigh High scored their twelth straight victory lay deleating Wlake Forest's .Iavvees 60-52. After trailing behind in the first hall Raleigh's jack Cell and Jackie Murdock came through to give the Caps a slight lead. Mur- dock was high scorer for the Caps with 19 points and Cell got ll for second high. NVILMINGTON CHerej A strong YYilmington team came to Raleigh to score an upset win for the port city five. The visitors got off to an early lead and held the upper hand all through the game. Big John Gerdes dominated the lmack-board play for Wilmington and was also high scorer with 22 points. Bv winning this game VVilmington and Raleigh tied for first place in the Eastern Conference. Both teams now have 9-1 con- ference records. DURHAM Clherel On lfelmruarv 20. Rings cagers traveled to Durham and scored an easy 78-54 vitcorv over the "Bulldogs," Both teams scrapped hard hut Raleigh had a twelve point lead at hall' time. The Caps continued their blistering pace the second half. .Iackie Murdock lead the scoring of lxoth teams with 24 points. The Caps now had a 9-0 loop record. XVILSON tHerej The Raleigh "Caps" easily won their four- teenth consecutive win luv a score of 86-45 over the Wilson "Cyclones," ,AxlllCl' closing the count to 8-5 in the first period, the Caps pulled away Alimmy Cherry, Bill Wallace, Aloe Kennedy Wawritq gaeielfall l"1'r.vl rum, lqfz 10 righl: Milton Haynvs. 'l'ommy 'lbzigtxt-, lohnny Upvhurfh, Dvmi Mintz, l"rt'd lim-Bc-fry, Roy Wicker, .Iavkiv lN1urdor'k. Swfmnl' rnzfu' Thomas King, Julian Adams, NVillit- hiilvs, lmnox -Iohnson Don Sticne, Bob Po0lv,'Iac'k Call. to a scortf ot'23-ll at tht' vnd ol' tht- half. l"orwm'cl .luck Clvll had scoring honors with 20 points. At this point ot' thc' svuson it SCCIIIS ns it' no ont- Could or would stop tht' inlistcwing' putt- of thv' Cups. I"AYE'I"l'IZX'll.I.Ii t'l'l1t-rt-5 Ilvcry nicinlmt-r of tht- "Cups" squad saw action as Rzllvigh won its li1iI'lt'4'llliI gettin-, downing l"z1yt'ttt'villt- 82-52. 'l'ht' "Chips" out- Scorvd tht- "Bulldogs" in l'X't'l'Y Clll1lI'lt'I'. Czlptzlin llavkic' Murdock scorvd 18 points to pact' tht- Capitzxl City crew, liollowcd hy l,t-nox "Bright Eyvsn -lohnson with 12. Don Ste-im' und lluck Cvll wich rvCt'ivccl IU points. l'itl1It'1lIIit 1t'111t't1 ll hitihlx 1vllYCJI't'C1 CT111't11i1111 Y. ltxillll 7-1-118 111 xxClCJ1C'l1 Cix'1111111s111111. 1't11'w111't1 -l21C'1C CTt'11 v.'11s R111t'iQ11's Sp2lI'1i-lJ1ll2' with 17 pt1i111s. vlltlllllllt' v11C'2lQlll' st't11't't1 13 IDCD11l1S l't11' st't't111t1 1111 11111 t111t' tl11111'tt'1'. '1'11t' NCHIIJSN lt'11t1 wats Cl1lLl1'1t 1' 11'11t'11 111t'1 1xt'1't' t1t1tst't11't't1. x't't's 142-81 i11 1111 t1x't'1'1i111t' t111'i11t'1'. '1'11t' CHIPS 1t'tl 111 5 ptmiiits 11111 tht' uB2l1ly Dt'11t's" t'11111t' 1l2tC'1i XN'l11llIl 1 llllllll 111 11'111Q t11t' C.11ps. lJl7t'll1IlQ' t't1111t'1't'11t't' g11t11t', 1111-29, tm-1111111111'y pt'1'it1t1 with 11i11t' 1it'1t1 goals 1111t1 5 1'1't't' 1111't1ws. 11llIC' i11 tht' st't't111t1 Cl1l2lI'1C'I' Phil H111'1'is st't11't't1 tht' 151 11t1t1g's 11l'S1 1it'1tl Lg't1111. R111t'1g'11's 11115 g'1111s CSRICICNSBCDRCD 1'1'11t'1't'1 wt'1't' -11lC'1i M111'tlt1t'1t with 22. 1111t1 1110111 '1't'11g11t '1'11t' "C111ps" Qtmt 011' ttm 21 ptmtn' s1111'1 in tht'i1' 111111 1'1- 1111s1tt't111111 st'11st111 111 C1I'U1l1J1llQ 1ht'i1' 111's1 Qllllltx 13l'R1,1NC1'1'CJN 1'1'11t'1't'1 to tht' Cl1't't'11s11t11't1 "1X'11i1'1it's." 1i111t'1Lf11 xt'11s R111t'1QQh's t1t'1't'11t1it1! stsltt' t'111111lps 11it'1tt't1 1111 1111111111 11lVUll!11Ull1 1110 W11111' 1'XVl'111 111 1111' t11t'i1'1i1't11st1'11iLg'11t x'it'tt11'yt111.1111111111'y 11111g'11i11st 11131 179111111 WIW11 WP 1111 115' 2 17011115- 'Vht' tht' 13111'1i11QttJ11 B1111t1t1g's 1111 tht' "1i1111t1t1gs 59001111 114111. V115 4' 11117 111151 luck 11511119 1111111 t't1111't. 63-59. R111t'igh 1t't1 l11l'tlllQ1llJlll 111t'Q'2tlllt tmh th1't't' 111i11111t's 1t'1'1 Cl1't't'11s11t11't1's 1,21ll1 St1111tt111 1111t1 P11i1 C11't1t'1tt'tt 1lC'Q2lIl 11it1i11L1' ttm p1111 tht' g'11t11t' Cllll 111' t11t' 111't' 1't11' t11t' 'k1Y11i1'1it's." '1'11t' "NX'11i1'1it's" won 47-41. 1X'1111't1t1t'1t 1111t1 11.1101111134 King' XS'C'l'C' R111t'igh's high SC'lJI't'I'S with 111 1111.1 H 111111115 1't'spt't'tix't'11. l"f' 11111111 l1'11H1fl11 Clttzlrtls CT.'XRCJ1.1N.-X X. C111t'l't'1 C211 1,C'C't'1Il1ll'I' 111, t11t' R111t'igh "Cf11ps" t1t'- 3 . high. 11'11t' "Cf11ps" t111tst't11't't1 t11t' Vlvlll' Ht't'1s i11 1lll'QC' t'11t111g'11 to S1111 out 1111111 i11 t11t' 111st 1X'.'X1i1'1 1"CJR1lS'1' t'1'ht'1't'1 1111111 A1llC'1i Mt11't1t1t'1t 1t'11t1i11g t11t' way, 1421191211-S "Chips" t1t'1t'11tt't1 xY2l1iC' 1"t11't'st's .lay- t1'11i1t't. 111' 21 SC'CJl'C' 01' 46-39 111 t11t' t'11t1 of tht' 11I'S1 112111119111 t1x't'1't'11111t' this t1t'11C1t hy 2 points i11 t11t' 111s1 pt'1'it1t1. 1.t1wt'11 Davis st't11't't1 t11t' tying' 17CJ1I11S tt1st'11t1 tht' g11111t' 111101111 t1vt'1'ti111t'. -X1 tmt' ti111t' 111 t11t' t1x't'1'ti111t' pt'1'it1t1 R111t'iQ'11 . . . 1 . , 1'.'XY1l'1"1'1'1Y11.1,1i 1Ht'1't'1 '1'11t- "Chips" 111t11't111g'111y 11111111t't1 CTt111t'h 111t'1t 1N111t'11t'1"s1"11yt'ttt'x'i11t'B1111t1t1g'si11 R111t'ig11's 111. R.11t'ig'11 1t't1 23-3 111 tht' t'11t1 tml' t11t' 111'st Ns sm 'incl BllI'llI1Q"101l Ill'l'SCIl1i'Cl at scriotts thrt':tt scoring: lunumrs with 16 points t'zu'h. 'l'htts tlu' c only twict' Lll1I'lIlLf' tlu' qzittuz 'l'lu' Bulldogs Cut Cups hzicl strttck rt'x't'11Qt' ltu' sm twirly' svzismi tht' flaps lczlcl to 2 points tmct' lzitt' in tlu' thirtl loss :lt tht' hzituls 611 tlu' lYhi1'lit"s. qttzi1'tt'1' :incl zigziin itiitlwzty tht' 1.0llI'll1 qt1zit'tt'1'. ilztckit' Mttt'cl6t'k :incl llumizis King' t'zipltt1't'cl KINSTON t'l'lu't't'l st'tn'itig' lumtumrs with 17 points wich. Rulvigh-S mgws ,iOm.m.3.t.d U, Kimum Un Idlllllllj' 'J to play tlu' Class AA Red Dtwils C1Rl',luNSBURU tHc'I'l'l and wound up on tlu' lung t'1ul 01-21 61-54 st'61't'. Un Dt'c't'111lu'i' 211, 1952 Kings Cizigvrs wtmuiul ,-X1'tt'i' tht' Cups ,lL1lIlIJl'!l into ti 16-6 lczul tit tlu' up Ilu'ii' IDN'-clllI'lS1lI121S st'lu'clt1lt' hy clt'lt'ziti1ig mul 61' tlu' first qttzi1'tt't', tlu' Dtwils mii'mwt'tl tlu' Ch't't'tislun'6 XYhit'lit's 74-55 in 21 ptvlittiitiziry tht' ttizirgiii to 4 points with lout' ttiititilcs rt'- gzmu' to tlu' N. Cl. Stzttt'-'l't'xzis 'l't'Ch gzitiu: 'l'lu' mtiiiiing in tlu' ctmtvst, hut tht' Cups put on Chips lt'tl 37-21 at intt't'tttissio1i tm tht' lim' tht' 11Q'l111iI'l't'ZC'2lllCl i1u't't'zist'cl tht'i1' lczicl. -luck lI12ll'liS1l121l1Sl11P 61' 1,t'1umx Aluhiistm, .lack Clcll, Murdock and -luck C1t'll lt'cl lumth lvziliis in N23 Tlumttuis King. King mul 611-11 ticcl for top scoring with 19 zmcl 13 points i't'spt'c'tix't'ly. iix . J I f, 12' ' f x V vw h JJ ft x 1 , ' V 4 ty 1 1 46 66 1 f . , df 4 6406 Y 78 1' X X t fi 34 , I l 6 5 J ,s 'x B ,,,,.,.,..,..,...,,.q,....,. ,.... .,... , . ...- ...... . , , , 4 R l Sl 11 R l I l son, WVhit'lt'y lfgxlvy, Bobby .xSllK'l',.ll'1'I'Y.l0l'K'S. llmzl rmfu' Nnrllvt' mira' .john llolmsoii, 0 u'i'l .' um 'iu't', 0 wi' ' 'y lltultwwotul, Billy illl1l'UN'l'l', CIhzi1'lc's Minis, Svoltu' Sw why Alpliin, Grvy Ptmlv. Sal. . l'ir,xl row, lr!! In ll1f,1f.'4Il7l1Il Vdc' ron, jimmy l'r4'Ssly. Russcll Bray, Bobby Lynch. .Iimmy Cfllznllllcws, l,a1'rv Ellis, fic Captzxi1'.jimmyAlulmnson, .S'u'n11rl mzw: Rom-1' Ratfic-ld, XVm'1h Gmiv in, Rohvrl Spvars, Don P:-rrv, I,a1'1'v Ifhskcv, lliq 1, 0lIlt'I'S,.IOI1 Mzlfkvy. kluhu Blm'kwc'll. 'llmrl mug .xmr1fl1'ng: Norihvl Uuih'1'w0ml,-Iimmy 'I'l10'n1psmm,4 Dun XY:-ilh Mikc lN1orsv. 'lkmwnscml Holt, lixvin 'l'hompson. Ijilllllil' LpcIm11rc'l', Nivkiv Nivhols, Hugh Tzihh. .1llIVIII4LfI'IX.' .Iuhn Pow:-ll, .john l'vtc-rsmx, Chris Supzlrilzzs. Ram Rmxsv. 121 March April lYilson .... lfaycttvvillc, . xVlllIllIlgl0I1. . . Goldsboro . . . Rocky Mount. , . Durham .... BASEBAI , . .Hcrv . . .Thcrv . . .Hvrv , . fllhcrn' . , .Hcrc . . .'I'l1c-rc? .L SCHEDULE 24 28 Milf' I 5 8 12 15 gawk!! lVilson .,,. Fayc'tt0villt' . . Wilinington ..,.. Upon .,..., Goldsboro. . . Rocky Mount. , . Durham ..,. Przxct' l'hc'rL Hcrc l'hc'rc Gaim Hvrt llllt'I't Hvrc' l"ir.fn'ozu, lejfl ioriglzl: Pctc Ebvrhart, George Moore, Sonny Turlington, Bill Swain, Bill Hall, -lack Murdock,-lack Frazcllc .S'rrw1rlfn11'.' Bill Pcndcrgraph, Gvrry Hartzog, Fred Dc-Berry, Bill Aiken, Don Hitchcock, Bc-n Smith. Rod Strickland 'l'ilghman Poolc, Rcx M1'Millan. 'lhirfl rrmv: Stacy Holmes, Bill Wallace, Neil Upchurch, Fr:-d OliVt',-l0ll!l.I0llIlSOI1 Grvy Pools, Bob Aslicr, Bob Collins, ,lim Cannon. -lor' Dean, Coach Ringgold, Gil Rothstein. 122 6050154 ,Xu ll if fy 'E ' Q7 if Q S.-gi 'Y Q 2QQ f Nl 2466 1, 47 g' ' Z 54" A , K P lf 7 A . I I f iff ,fic 7' C' 43' .15 Cl 7 I-' fcf9' 2 N 2 V: 1-ll, Iiolnlmy vV2ll'l'4'l1, Iilvvy 'l'hmnaS. Don N1illa'r. KJIIIY .XlNl1'I'?4lll1, f1lllll'k llllllllillkli. l,1'1m HQHTIS. 124 .l Ma' ffiftdleric ,444aa6czz'6m YYiIh thc' hvlp of thc- Ciirl's MlJI1lJQI'2iIll Club, whivll zwlvcl as thc plzmnmg' lmozml. thx' Girl's.Mhl1-lic .'XSSOf'i2lIiUll gut off to il good start. 'Hu' girls Slzlrlvrl playing vullvylmll in tha- full, illlil llvlcl lIJlll'Il2l- luvnts lx'lwm'm'11 lhc four lvzmxs. 'I'hv xl1c'111lx'1's won' cliviclf-rl into four ICZIIIIS IIIHIVI' Sllifllxf' Pz1r'kc'1'. Mary Lynn Muocly. Susic Sharpv. :xml Shirlvy Slocum. Al'lm'r vulln-ylmll CLIIIN' soCc'c'r, Imskvllmzill :md Imam-- lmzlll. Bnskvllmll was lllc' must vlljoyvcl sport cluring' thc yvzar. A 1021111 ul' I4 was Choscu lo pz11'lic'ipz1lc' in thc' SHICIPIII-Ixilfllllf' ganna' hvlcl in Fl'IJl'll2il'y. .'Xl'lc'r 21 km1c'k-ol1l- drag-out ilu' Ifllfllllf' won. 'lnfg lqfl In 11'-gfll: Niilllj' fX111111f'urfl. Susan Shzirpv. Susan Bruwll, 5131'- gir' Park, Nvllim' Ilvllllill .U1'1Mff', frjfl In rzvqlzl: Hvtty SIM' johnson, Niariv Palrirk. Dot Nvwman. liullnm, lfjjl lu Vlgflff hlunc' Mcmrv, Cathy Mcmrsv, Rosalind l.l'QllIlI, Palsy liakvs, Kit Mclmoml. 125 lf!! In rfglzl: Sally lvvs, Mary Alam- Cllcmvnt, Nancy vvns, Nzinry Inu NVilszm. skating, liuwling :incl me ulhvr sports. :X total ol 40 points inzix' ln' gutlcn lIlX' unorgzmizvcl 2lCliX'ili4'S and us lllklllf' puinLsz1szig'irl llllli' gvl in orgzmizccl zirtivitivs. 'llhc' lup lvri girls lizivlnq ovvr 2 points zlrc' nwm'clc'fl lhvir lvtlrr. Girls lim-ing ovcr 400 points i'c'rc'ix'c' the' svconcl yvzlr ziwnrcl whirh is zi pin mir l thc' lhircl yvur tha' girls ll2lYll1Q' uvvr 600 points I'Q'Cl'lX'i' .1 lvllrr with l wo sI2 'l'his War Ihr' Gills .-Nth lvtir :Xssoriziticm is Ll ixlvmlmcl ul Ihr Stair l11rl's ,-Xllllclir Associzitirm. During thc- ic-ur svn-1'4il hikcs luivm- ln-cn lznlwu lu l,akv -lolmson zmcl l,:1ssiIm'r's Mill. 'l'hc' hikinglm':1clc'1'sm'u' Margin' Linclscy and Nanci Lou lYilscm. 'l'hm' girls Cairn puiuls lui pzirticipzilinq in gym rluss l0lll'Il2lIlll'I1lS, mul cluriim G.A..AX. ll1l'i'llIlQSllllUI'Q2lI1lZl'fl points urn' L'2lI'IlK'Cl hy plnyiim for mir' hour in lizislwtlmnll. solllmll, loullmll, pmQ pung, llililllllllllbll. lvmiis, wzilkiI1Q, Lfjfl In righl: Nancy hlcuivs, lXlm'gurrl lim-alttiv, Nlury Lynn lX1omly, lxsliv Nloscinziii. Phyllis NVHII, l5al'lml'a l'l1'2lsz1nls, .lusly lllvclsmg Nmiry llmvnrcl, Silfiill l5m'x'vrly, lillvn l,4'llllN'IilUll, llaiumlyii Stvvvns. 'l'ht' G..-X..'X. wzls SI2ll'lt'Cl ltmr tht' lirst tilllt' this ftxill' for tht' pllI'pUSt' tll' llllpI'tIYlllQ' tht' skill ni' tht' girls in tht' t'ightll illlfl llllllll gl'tltlt's. 'l'ht' zlclvistlrs wt'l't' Mrs. Grt't'n zlncl Miss Bzlrringt'r illltl liIt'f clt'vtltt'tl lIlllCl1 ol' tht'ir tilllt' to Illlilil' this prtlit't't 21 sllt't't'ss. lll tllt' lllll tllt' girls plzlytwl llzlcllllillttmll, tt'nnis, :llltl SIX'K'Clll2lll. 'l'ht' girls thzlt wt'l't' intt'rt'stt'cl ill tt'llllis llzlttlt'cl on tht' t'tlllrts wllilt' thtlst' intt'rt'stt'tl in llzlcl- llllltltlll ltt'ltl IOlll'I12llllt'lllS insitlt'. 'l'llt' wintt'r llrtivity hllskt'thzlll .lltlllst'tl tllt' lIllt'l'l'Sl illltl l'IllllllSl2!SIll tll' tllt' g rls QI't'2lllt'. 'l'hl'llling gzllllt's wt'rt' llt'ltl llt'twt't'n tht' -lllllltll' Clrtlllp zlntl tht' St'nitl" flftlllp. .'xllll0llQl1 tht' .IllIllUl'S Citlllt' tlllt tln tllt' short t'ncl tml' lntlst tml' tht' galllltwl, tht' t'xpt'rit'llt't' Qf2llItt'Cl wzls prit't'- lt'ss. l,llt'lIl!l' tllt' Sllllllf' zll'tt'l'lltltllls tml' spring tht' g1rls Ftllllfl ht' ltlllllfl on tht' stlltllzlll tlizlllltlncls t'tJIltllll1lIlQ lillll M'llll skill ttl lllillit' tllt' Qlllllt' IIlUl't' t'xt'iting. lht' girls t'lt't'tt'cl -lllllt' Mtltlrt' Zlllfl l'lllt'll ljt'IIllltXI'llJIl ttl lt'zltl lllt'IIl ill lllt'lI' sptlrts. 'l'ht'y wt'rt' tliviclvtl inttl two tt':llns lllltl tht' lt'2llllS plzlyvcl t'zlt'h tltht'r. lliLt's this yt'zlr wt'l't' to l,zlssitt'r's Mill, cl2lI't', Millllrtltlk, 2lIlCl M2lCt'CltlIll2l. 'l'ht' girls ttmtlk llllllly tll' tht' llikt's with tht' Sr. C1..'X..-X. Czltlll' Mtlrst: tllt' hiking lt'tltlt'l'. lt'tl tht' lllkt's 2lltlllQ with tht' . . . . . , llllilllLQ lt'zlclt'l's Ill tht' St'nltlr C1..'X..'X. Im!! ffl right: lxlilfy flElliIK'l'. llnllist' Cllzlrk. fiilflilyll ll2iI4I'lS, .Ianit't' Bislltlp, Shirltw' l'arkt'l'. l,tjfl ltl Ili4Q,lf.' Nt'ill Mt'l,t'tltl, Silt' Stll'l't'll, .Xnnt' l'llll4Y, Fillirltw' slllflllll. hl2il'llt'l' Martin. Xxlkillilil l5tlstt'l', llt'lt'llzl4lllstit't', l.YIItlii'lUlll1Sltlll. Nleltllillt' KlK'lll12ill. 7764 Glen -jones, Patricia Ann Yelvington, Sue Willett, Peggy Whitaker, and Peggy Strickland Extra! Extra! Read all about it! VVe,ve got a team, And there's no doubt about it! So sit up and listen, And open your eyes: 'Cause you're gonna get beat, So you'd better get wise! Are you proud of your school? Yeah, man! Are you proud of your team? Yeah, man! lVell, give a yell for your seho And a yell for your team 'Cause Raleigh High Sehool's On the beam! K ,..r Nxt an if in I lu-vrlm-mir-rs: livtty Hood, .jim Bynum, .Xlivv Smith, and Hvtty Barkvr llIl1'l'0lllillQ S mnsurs. lizlrlxzxrzl f1hllI't'l1ill, 'I'rmi liriQQs.CIlm'iz1 Hood, SIN-1'1'v XY4'1ulm'f, Mr. aml Mrs Y I , . ut Imssllm-1', Snmlx CIrawi'm'cl, 1,4111 Cllmpnlan. Bfary Illllll Starling, Iivlly Sur Ciuvixu-sw amd livlly liukmx 130 eaiaz Stacy Wfcvwdafe Louise Clark, Gvrry Hartzog, Alicf' Smith. .Icssr Chappcl, Betty Barker, Danny -Ioncs. Tom Nvwton. Ann VN'oodward, .loc Bloody. At Ihv Complvtion of our first day at Brough- ton in Svptmnhcr of 1948, wc' found that wc' had not only cscapvd thc' pits, hut had also st1rx'ix'Cd a mccting with tht' principal who was to lcad us through our high school Carcvr. Rcluctantly wt' partvd with many of our grammar school chums to go to ncw rooms and to tncrt new facvs. Among our first truc lricnds at Broughton wvrc' our Ing lmrothcrs and sisters whom wc mvt through thc' social in tht' gym. From this moment on, each of us had our own senior idols. Soon wt' fvll into thc happy routine of "almost high school" with thc thrill- ing dancc Classcs in Friday gym during which wc' all Slfllggllxfl in thc' IIIEISKCFB' of thc hox-stvp whilc' listening to "'I'ht'1'c's a 'lircc in thc Mra- dow" and 'fI,ovv Sotnvhodyf' Most of' us first vxhihitcd this nvw talcnt at thc Eighth Gradc' Dancc, which wc oursclvvs dccoratvd. High- lights of thc yt-ar wvrv thc clcction of .lack Frazcllc as thc' first prvsiclvnt of' our class, a talcnt show in which wt' all rctlictlllwt' Jack C011 playing his han-io, and thc' singing of tht' Eighth Grade Chorus in assvmlmly. With our Freshman ycar camc' tht' ncx't'r-to- hc-forgottcn Latin worrics and thc' prohlcm of gctting to the right Class at tht' right period by means of thc confusing up and down steps. I aniee, Louise, Mary and Anne find football at times disheartening. oe takes his spills. At last we could belong to one of the many activity period clubs, from the Knitting and Letter-Exchange Clubs to the Green Thumb Club. ,Iunior Y-Teens and ,Iunior Hi-Y were the first extra-curricular clubs to which we belonged and afforded us many hours enjoy- ment although we hated to miss that last bus going home. This too was the last year for a Y-Teen May-Court, in which tive of our girls took part. iVith much enthusiasm we decided at a class meeting, with Tommy Newton presiding, that our freshman dance should be a barn dance. This was the first dance of this kind at Broughton and we soon were being called the Horiginal class." We felt we had a larger part in the Student Council when we realized that our class was to furnish the next year's secretary, Karen Jensen. Never will we forget the last tninutc searches through woods and vacant lots for wild Howers for our Biology notebooks. The Korean iVar was three months old when we entered our Sophomore year, soon to realize that Mall Gaul is divided into three parts . . ." and that Algebra was taught in 209. Under the leadership of-Ioe Nloody, as presi- dent, the unity and working worth ol' the class was proven by the success of the Sophomore Circus. Dramatic students were impressed with the trip to Chapel Hill for the State Dramatic Festival. l'1"'ingm' l'l"onI.r, which was to become an important part in the Broughton life of many of our classmates, was organized. An important improvement for our school, the public address system, was added that year. Wle now wonder how we ever managed without it. State players Ranzino and Dickey had many enthusiastic fans throughout classes, both among the girls and the boys. VVith spring catne a new crop of peroxided heads and a resulting pro- nouncement by our "tweed-suited" friend that there were to be no more of these. During our 'Iunior year, we were introduced to Hspecihc writing" and, through lectures, to poets, Robert Frost and Carl Sandburg. Under Vice-president Rick Pindell, who took over when President Edgar Fisher moved, we puh- lished a student telephone directory and con- ducted a successful magazine campaign. Now we were eligible for membership into the National Honor Society and the Service Club. WVith great pride several bus loads of Broughton students attended the Basketball Tournament in Durham to cheer our team on to the State AAA Championship. Many carloads of students with brand-new driver's licenses supported thc team during their conference play. By spring there was much ado about the proposed junior-Senior-what would be the theme and who would be allowed to attend. An elaborate underwater scene was Hnally de- cided upon and the success of our Junior-Senior was largely due to Mr. Mitchell whom we elected previously as our class advisor. Before school was out Bill Beaty and Joe Moody had been chosen to represent Broughton at Boys, State, Edith Rogers as the representative to Girls' State, and jesse Chappel as the repre- sentative for the New York trip on the United Nations Pilgrimage. The beginning of the end was the first day of our Senior year when we rushed to school to see in which homeroom we would spend our last year. We missed the class of '52 when we realized that we had no one left to look up to. Our leaders for the year were Bill Beaty as President ofthe Student Council and johnny Lineberger as President of our class. During the fall we cheered our team on to more vic- tories than we had known before at Broughton. Government students gave us a taste of politics when they presented campaign speeches with all the trimmings in assembly, and then carried on a presidential election in the school at the same time that the national election was being held. The nation happened to agree with Broughton, which went for "Ike." At an election in October, Toni Briggs was elected editor-in- chief of this our LATIPAC, and most of us journalism students began working madly to contribute our three ads. Janice Bishop was serving as editor of the Hi-Timm which won second place in a national rating for schools of this size. Newton and Teague push the hoover cart for "Ike," Rita and Sally prepare our election boxes. 11111 1 lVl', CI111'11ly11, 111111 W'111111y 1111s1-1'x'1' CI111'iSI111as 111 111 1111111111111 ll1lll!ll1'l'. 2 :Xl 11111 CT111'is111111s p1'11g'1'11111, w1' 1111111-11111111' 1111- Q11111 p111'1s 0111x1111 1'1'11111'1', .1X11g'1'111 G11111111, 111111 1"1f'l' 1'1I'OXN'Il. .lust 1K'11JI'4' 11111' f1111'is111111s x'111'11111111, l111' Slll111'Il1 11111111111 11'i1111 El 1111w 1yp1' 1111111'1' 111111'11'11 l111' HSIIOXX' 1i1111." 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Thr play "l,ost Horizon," l'I'0lI1 thc noyvl lay QIZIIHCS Hilton, was dc'Cidt'd upon with dirvctor Nan XYilkinson Castinff Elliott Grovvr and ulia 5 1 Mvadows in tht' load roles, supportt'd lay Otis Carroll, Mikt' Sun lv, Ntflda fllt'lIlt'IllS, Sarah l P Bradlord, Ira Hardy, -Iatnt-s Gravt-s. Mary Ht'lt'n Cross, Nlvgan Goodwin, Kt'nnt'th Uak- lcy, l'rt'd l'owlt'clgt', Patsy Gcorgv, and Nancy Nordstroni. 'llht' play proyvd a suCt't'ss lxoth as an t-xt'vllvnt production and as a tnvans oi' Cotnplvting tht- financial nvvds for tht' XYashing- ton trip. Ballet or Baskcthall? The vast of K'You CIan't Take- It With You At 9:05 on Nlarch 10, a Ccrtain Scalioard Railway Car Carrivd a group ol' our Class on a nvvtfr-to-lmt--l'orgottt'n trip to Nt-w York. 'liht' usual sights and t'xpt'rit'nCt's wcrt' rvtold whcn tht' tircd group rt-turnt'd Iivt' days latvr. rl'ownst'nd Holt, who had rt'C0ntly lawn rhost-n as "thc" outstanding high school stndvnt in North Carolina, was among thcsc. Broughton liurnishvd tht' mayor for tht' annual Studcnt Goxtrntntfnt Day t'yt'nt. Othcr ol' our Classlnatvs took pllfl in this all day ztlliztir. YN'ht-n tht' Studvnt l.t'adt'rs' Banquvt was ht-ld tht' last day oi' Nlarch, wt' rt'alizt'd that our school actiyitivs would soon lit- lmrouqht to a rlosc. ANN EURY C. MORRISg B. SHOFFNER INNQ JACK CELL' J. JOHNSON Zaeea of Qfeazla ELEANOR EVANS BETSY PURCELL VIRGINIA SIMMS TONI BRIGGS BECKY KING Zaeea of Qfeonw L BEATY BETTY STEVENSON CAROL CAMPBELL HELEN ARENDALL :vig 9 BARBARA CHURCHILL JOYCE LITTLE H. HARRlSg R. HINESg A. STARNS R. AVENTg J. HARTZOG Zaeea of Qfemta K e Q X vm! Hull, Mislwll Domlvzm. f2lll'l'H KZll'4IIl.lC'Ili4'll, N1i1'k4'y Clzmzlwin, class mzxsm-ul 8' - ,E .4....-.1.--- lig- Y wg ,Q M K 'gk YA MX Q XM gf K vxififiig :- K kkkk at X, XX A sf - , 5 , ,..:,' :IIP I 3 35 uk 7762. cmd 77044 Weeddam gwagdlan SISND HUl.'I' H.'XRB,XR.X C1Hl'RC 140 Spode IJZNOX AIOHNSUN 141 'gecwcmd gefie HARRY -IAC IKSON l'.X'l'SY Al.-XC IRS! DN 142 W R5 J 1 'T"""'Vf - -15 . MFA B. t .. E...- wif "If you can't laugh at the jokes of the age, laugh at the age of the jokes." Best Wishes From IIDIITH CAROLINA EQUIPMENT 00. Construction, Industrial, and Logging Equipment Equipment Contractors' and Municipal Supplies "International Diesel Power" f . RALEIGH WILMINGTON CHARLOTTE GREENVILLE GUILFORD ASHEVILLE H. M. HINNANT DISTRIBUTOR 709 N. Person Street Phone 5839 gamoua goocld of 'virginia COOKIES AND CRACKERS Wilson - Goldsboro - RALEIGH - Durham - Henderson Compliments of I Ask about the Revolutionary New K G MONO-PAC Uno-Unlt Mlarlnglld Beltone - MADDREY CO. PHONE 7743 odd Fellows Building "Weill have to rehearse that" said the undertaker, as the coffin fell out of the car. A man will get mad and tell you to go-you know where-but a woman will smile at you and lead you there. EREDITH COLLEGE ACCREDITED liberal arts college: Southern Association of Colleges and Secondary Schools, American Association of University Women, Associa- tion 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, "The Educational Center of the Statef, Beautiful campus of 170 acres. Modern fireproof dormitories with generous provisions for social activities. Write for catalogue and folder of views CARLYLE CAMPBELL, President RALEIGH, NORTH CAROLINA Congratulations From Compliments of . . SMITH-MELVILLE DAIRIES, INC. W WM vw? K . U MMM FM Fmfmwmm, Your Complete Music Store Q RALEIGH from :annum T H I E M ' S RECORD SHOP RADIOS, PHONOGRAPHS RECORDS, SHEET MUSIC Real Estate Agent: "Now here is a house without a flaw." Harvard Graduate: "What on earth do you walk on?" Glenn S.: "Why don't you like girls?" Robert S.: "They'er too biased." Glenn S.: "Biased?" Robert S.: "Yeah, Bias this, bias that-and pretty soon you'er broke." f A, 9? ELSIE SAYS- If It's BORDEN'S . 'Sm 43-qi MI' ' It's got to be good! f" f 5 THE BORDEN COMPANY WHITE DAIRY PRODUCTS DIVISION Qt? L vu WALLER AND SMITH PHOTOGRAPHERS OAK LEAF and LATIPAC OFFICIAL PHOTOGRAPHERS DIAL 7708 RALEIGH NATIONAL PURE FOOD MARKET, INC. JEIUELERS-SILVERSITHTHS RALElGH,N.C. DIAL 2-4186 ' Congratulations to the Class of '53 208 East Martln Street NORTH CAROLINA PAPER COMPANY 12 East Hargett Street I RALEIGH, NORTH CAROLINA Recipe: How to make a peach cordial: Buy her a coca-cola. Woman begins by resisting a man's advances and ends by blocking his retreat COMPLIMENTS OF AMERICAN WOOLEN COMPANY RALEIGH MILLS Compliments of GfaflgZZliZfgLgZ1list00lhl953 RALEIGH LOAN OFFICE WOODARDIS 223 S. Wilmington Street SERVICE STATION Visit Best Wishes MARTIN MILLWORK NATIONAL COMPANY FILM SERVICE Thanks for Your Patronage and Best Wishes to Class of 1953 o o Y lflanl J Cameron Village Raleigh, North Carolina Etc." is a sign used to make believe you know more than you do. In the Navy-My height the Air Force-Bad sight In in the Marines-Too slight n the Draft-All right! Saint lVIary's School and Junior College RICHARD G. STONE, President RALEIGH, NORTH CAROLINA High school graduates are offered two years s a t ndard colloge. The ' ulum also includes llth and 12th grades high school work. curric 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 F Real Hazard or ' ' ' Estate Insur- . . . . S I Quality Printing Service a es ance Phone 6574 Manly C. Company Property Management 409 Odd Fellows Bldg. Raleigh, N. C. Phone 3-6317 PI I'l MAN Manly C. Britt Manly c. Britt, Jr PRINTING CO. PRINTING and LITHOGRAPHING 4308 Western Blvd. RALEIGH, NORTH CAROLINA MELVIN'S PHARMACY COMPLETE FOUNTAIN and PRESCRIPTION SERVICE Dial 5834 1217 Hillsboro Street A 1 hose friends gave her a shower, before she was Did you hear about the gir w married-She was filthy! Two skunks went to church and sat in their own pew. SPONSORS WARREN'S RESTAURANT ROBERT VERNON, INCORPORATED WAYSIDE FURNITURE COMPANY WATKINS TIRE AND BATTERY COMPANY UNITED ARTS INSTITUTE TAYLOR BISQUIT COMPANY SANITARY LAUNDRY ROYALL REWEAVING SHOP NASH-STEELE-WARREN THE MONTGOMERY-GREEN COMPANY, INC. MARTIN,S, INCORPORATED MCLEOD AND WATSON .IOHNSONIS .IEWELERS HOLLOWAY'S FLORIST PUBLIC SERVICE COMPANY OF NORTH CAROLINA HUBERT B. HAYWOOD, JR., M.D. Three stages in a man's life: 1. Tri-weekly 2. Try-weekly 3. Try weakly. Then there was the fellow who had a hobby of collecting stones and putting them in his bathroom. He had Rocks in his head! Q n Compliments MATTHEWS SHADE CO. of "Ask Those Wave sow STATE DISTRIBUTING Manufacturers of CORPORAUON VENETIAN BLINDS, SHADES, 112 South Blount Street AWNINGS, DRAPES RALEIGH, NORTH CAROLINA 3815 Hillsboro Road Phone Air-Conditioned CH I NESE-AMERICAN RESTAURANT AMERICAN AND CHINESE FOOD Open 11:00 a.m.-9:30 p.m. 0 Sat. and Sun. 11:00 a.m.-10:00 p.m. ORDERS T0 TAKE OUT Manager . 110 W. Martin Street Tommy F. Cheung Dlal 30646 Raleigh, N. C. Compliments of UPERIOR T0 E C0 P RALEIGH, NORTH CAROLINA - u Pop!"So you played hookey again? What makes you stay away from school?" Son: "Class hatred!" Joe: "Let me have some money, Pop." Mr. Moody: "What did you do with the dime I gave you last week?" Joe: "I spent it." Mr. Moody: 'KWhat are you doing-keeping a Woman?" Congratulations to The Graduating VISIT THE NEW Class WAKE CAFE AIR CONDITIONED Of "For the Best in Foodsv 1953 South Wilnlington Street RALEIGH, NORTH CAROLINA JOB P. WYATT 81 SDNS COMPANY HARDWARE PAINTS FARM MACHINERY SEEDS INSECTICIDES 1- 325-331 South Wilmington Street Phone 2-2831 And then there's the one about the doorbell that married the electric razor and they had a humdinger. Edith: "I just threw this one on in a hurry." Rick: "Darn near missed, didn't you?" RAWLS MOTOR COMPANY Your De SOTO PLYMOUTH DEALER 905-7 Fayetteville Street RALEIGH J. M. THOMPSON COMPANY GENERAL coNTRAcToRs Commercial Builders Telephone 3-2084 l The best way to drive a baby buggy is to tickle his little feet. Things to remember-When pointing your finger at someone else, remember three are pointing at yourself. The Sherwin-Williams Congratulations SENIORS Co. of Georgia Paints, Varnishes, Lacquers, t Leads, Oils, Enamels, Brushes, and Painters, 9 Specialties F I C H 302 South Salisbury Street RALEIGH, NORTH CAROLINA 'A' PEACE COLLEGE COURSES OFFERED 1. Standard Junior College Courses. 2. General Junior College Courses. 3. Two-year Standard Courses in Home Economics. 4. One- and Two-year Commercial Courses fGregg Systemj. 5. Two Years of High School Work. 6. Special Courses in Art, Music, Etc. For Catalogue Address WILLIAM C. PRESSLEY, President PEACE COLLEGE Raleigh, North Carolina I A: Going around with women keeps you young. B: How's that? A: I started going with them when I was a freshman and I'm still a freshman. lf Roy K.: "If it's heads, we go back to bed, If it's tails we stay up, and Cnervouslyj it stands on end, we study." KELLY 5' DENNIS, INC. APPEARANCE BONDS DIXIE INDUSTRIAL LOANS REAL ESTATE DRY CLEANERS 516 F tt 'll St t RALE1cH?Ils1o1?II1eCAII-riI.1NA and EAEEDSTSIZ E' W'Pll3f5e5.?fi LAUNDRY C l' omplgments "Beautiful Cleaning" VILLAGE PHARMACY Raleigh Office Supply Co. 118 East Martin Street RALEIGH, NoR'rH CAROLINA Phone 41-1331 510 W. Morgan Street DIAL 2-4338 F. L. Hoon, Owner PIQE TATE Milk . . . Dairy Products . . . Ice Cream "Build Better Health" WITH NATURE'S MOST NEARLY PERFECT FOOD PINE STATE CREAMERY 4-26 Glenwood Avenue Dial 2-3911 Miss Freeman: "What did you find out about the salivary glands?" Tommy Newton: "Nothing, they're too darn secretive." I' The human brain is a wonderful thing-It starts Working the moment you wake up in the morning and doesn't stop until you are called on in class. WILSON-UZZLE, INC. CADILLAC - OLDSMOBILE s I d s ' WA T K I N 5 42I"ffZy2'fZevi1L"5'Efeet G R I L L DIAL 2-4474 O DINING SPACE PATRONIZE . OUR ADVERTISERS Curb Service o I 3200 Wake Forest Road PHONE 9364 DR. J. WALTER NEAL Congratulations to the Senior Class of 1953 ROYAL BAKING COMPANY Retail Store: 109 South Wilmington Street Plant and Offices: Hillsboro Road Compliments of q'tV'2"r9, V wifi I I YATES O R AUTO SERVICE Miss Penny: "Give me a sentence with, 'Highway cop'." , Bob C.: "Highway cop with a headache every Sunday Morn1ng." Then there was the chemistry teacher who died from drinking shellac. The stu- dents said she had a good finish. I I I I I I PATRONS ALLEN'S SERVICE BISI-IOP'S FINE FABRICS BLACKXX!OOD'S, INC. BRAWLEY JEWELRY CO. T. I-I. BRIGGS 6 SONS, INC. TI-IE CAPITAL COCA-COLA BOTTLING CO. ECKERD'S DRUG STORE A FRIEND I-IEILIG-LEVINE I-IILKER BROTHERS I-IONEYCUTT FRUIT 8 PRODUCE CO. I-IUDSON-BELK JOI-IN LINEBERGER JOI-INNY'S SHELL SERVICE JOI-INSON'S JEWELERS JOI-INSON-LAIVIBE CO. STEPI-IENSON MUSIC CO. I The meanest man in the world is the warden who put a tack in the electric chair 'Woodie": "Mother, remember what you told me about the shortest way to man's heart?" Mom: "Yes, dear." 'Woodie": Well, last night I found a new route." FRANK M. HARPER 6' SON All Kinds of Insurance Capital Club Building Compliments of Virginia Crabtree, Inc. Cameron Village - Raleigh, N. C. JOHN W. EVANS' SON, Inc. Compliments Automobile Body Work, Painting, of Upholstering and General Repairing I Phone 2-4673 Raleigh, N. C a Frlend W. H. KING DRUG CO. F. D. CLINE WHOLESALE DRUGGISTS The House of Friendly and CONSTRUCTION CO. PAVING and CONCRETE Dependable Service CONTRACTORS Shop With Confidence at Your 6 East Davie Street Neighborhood Drug Store DIAL 3-1918 Compliments of BELL BAKERIES, INC. Bakers of Bell Bread and Cake 3 Drunk Con phonebz "Ish thisk spruce, tree, tree, tree?" Voice: "No thish ish walnut, fir, fir, firf' Drunk: "Sorry, wrong lumber." Betsy Cgaspingbz "Oh, please, use two hands." Herman: 'tCan't. Gotta drive with one." Congratulations Seniors Merriman Motors, Inc. Complimenls of SPAINHOUR'S TEEN AGE SHOP JOHN ASKEW PAINTS Cornplirnenls of CAROLINA SURGICAL QUALITY PAINTS ANU VARNISHES 121 S. Willlllllgiflll Street llll Glenwood Avenui Plume: 33631 0 SICK ROOM SIlPl'I,IES DIAL 6"24 SURGICAL SUPPORTS Patronize Our Advertisers b it We bought 'I ffl television f that REALLY works in a tough Fringe area! RALEIGH - GREENSBOIRO YoU CAN7' no IQETTER TIIAN SYLVANIA TV It's coming soon. WLIPIT ' 7 . , K , lt does you ll lx rmrly with your Sylvania. All Sylvania TV models are made for All-Channel IIHIV-VIII" rovoplion. SYLVANIA TV is the Largest Selling Brand in Raleigh Area. Ask Your TV Dealer for II Free Home Denzonslralion. Walker Martin, Inc. Wfholesale Distributors CHARLOTTE - ASH EVILLE An enterprising young student stumped the Librarian the other day by asking for a book written by the eminent French author, Risque. One of the things I wonder about, Every now and then Is where Mahatma Gandi Kept his fountain pen. CONNELL REALTY 81 MORTGAGE CO. 309 Odd Fellows Building -:- Dial 2-3927 Real Estate-Mortgage Loans-Fire Insurance EXPERIENCED - COURTEOUS - SERVICE CONGRATULATIONS TO BEST GRADUATES OF '53 Fmm GEORGE ELLIOTT, C.L.U. Manager JEFFERSON STANDARD LIFE INSURANCE CO. A North Carolina Enterprise POWELL Xt GRIFFIS FLOWERS MARKET BY FALLON'S 1700 Glenwood Avenue ARE DISTINCTIVE PHONE '561 ' J. J. FALLON co., INC. 2423 Hillsboro PHONE 22847 "We Crow the Flowers We Sell" PACKARD The One For '53 POWELL-STEWART MOTOR CO. GUARANTEED USED CARS Sales and Service 419 South Wilmington Street PHONE 7214 PHONE 2-2131 "Waiter" said the irate patron, "I must say, I don't like all the flies in this dining room." "Tell me which ones you don't like, Madam, and I'11 chase them out for you." B111 Beaty says that a man is measured by the s e of the th ng It takes to get h s g at BEST WISHES TO GRADUATES Zine 'Uoorlzee.4 cn ferpri.4e.4 'Ir American School Equipment Go., lne. JOHN P. VOORHEES, President i' Eleanor Voorhees Real Estate "Homes For Gracious Living" ak I Glenwood Manor Tourist Home "Finest For Comfort" Some girls are Ike Ho -Th y g ld the oods And then there was the Scotchman who wou1dn't lend his girl a beach umbrella but told her shady stories instead. , Best Wishes to the Graduating Class of 1953 DURHAM LIFE INSURANCE GOMPMIY "We Protect the Family" HOME OFFICE RALEIGH, N. C. The difference between amnesia and magnesia is that a person with amnesia can't remember where he 1S gomg! Woody: "Aren't my kisses like something electric?" Megan: "Yes, a frigidairef' HOLLOWAYIS COMMERCIAL PRINTING COMPANY ESSO SERVICE PRINTERS "Your Happy Motoring Stores' RULERS BINDERS Corner of Oberlin Road and Clark Avenue in Cameron Village OFFICE FURNITURE 219 South Salisbury Street COHKQTIIIIIIIIIIOIIS to the Class of '53 SAMPLE SHOE STORE 220 S. Wilmington Street Dial 8724- LAN D'S JEWELERS 137 Fayetteville St. Phone 23751 Rrzleiglzis Leading Credit Jewelers Member F. T. D. A. GENE MORING, FLORIST Dial 7666 Five Points Raleigh, N. C. Compliments of Adams-Terry Realty Co. SALES and RENTALS 210 S. Salisbury Street Phone 2-3727 INDUSTRIAL MACHINERY Equipment Supplies Repair Parts 'Ir DILLDN SUPPLY GUMPANY Raleigh Durham Rocky Mount Goldsboro Sue: "Yes, I wrote a confession story once." Nan: "Did they publish it?" Sue: UNO, but the editor came all the way from New York to see me. ' Joan: "Mrs, Gale had triplets and two weeks later she had twins. Tom: "That's lmposible. How did it happen?" Joan: "One of the triplets got lost." Compliments of IDEAL CLEANERS Pick-Up and Delivery CHAMBLEE 3108 Hillsboro Street INSURANCE AGENCY Dial 3-3286 Congratulations, Seniors C0mPli"lC'lf5 Of Capital Ice 5' Coal Co. FERGUSON'S HARDWARE 600 W. Hargett 2904 Hillsboro Street DIAL 4877 BOYLAN-PEARCE Raleiglfs Shopping Center J. A. RICHARDSON 6' CO. OF RALEIGH, INC. 330 W. Davie Street MITCHELL PRINTING COMPANY Epuipped to Handle Any Size Job Book Binding Ruling Wedding Invitations 115 West Hargett Street DIAL 8821 TIRE SALES fr SERVICE CO. 401 Hillsboro Street Phone 7571 BEST WISHES RALEIGH RETAIL FURNITURE ASSOCIATION He who horses around too much may find himself a groom. With necklines getting lower and skirts getting shorter, it's a good thing the modern co-ed goes in for wide belts. ALL FORMS OF TITLE INSURANCE N24 Hour Servicev Commercial Standard Title Insurance Agency, lnc. 2016 Cameron Street Cameron Village RALEIGH, NORTH CAROLINA PATRONIZE OUR- ADVERTISERS Best Wishes to The Senior Class of '53 from BRYAN-000PER 0ll. 00. Fuel Oil For All Types of Oil Burners ATLANTIC PRODUCTS DIAL 3-3853 l60l Wake Forest Road Raleigh, North Carolina Jimmy T. Cin barber shopb: 'That dog seems to like to watch you cut hair? Barber: t'Not particularly, but sometimes I slip and snip off an earn." Jack F.: What's the name of that book you're reading? Brighteyes UD: It's entitled what 20,000,000 women want. Jack F.: Oh, 1et's see if they spelled my name right. MERRITT COAL CO. 601 WEST HARGETT STREET P H O N E 4 - 1 3 l 9 "COALS OF MERIT" FOR A BRIGHT FUTURE 9 Newton S, Inc' Seniors One and All LAUNDRY-CLEANERS DIXIE DELL GROCERY Fine Things Finely Done Open Daily 8:00 a.m.-9:00 p.m. C Sunday 12:30 p.m.-7:00 p.m. V'll ameron 1 age Cor. Dixie Trail-Medlin Dr. DIAL 9695 Phone 4-9141 WM. T. BEATY p General Agent M g Connecticut Mutual Life Insurance Co. Established 184-6 Service in North Carolina Since 1366 Raleighis Smartest Shop 126 Fayetteville Street Raleigh, N. C. Compliments of : .5'A.-4 J Headquarters for SPAULDING LOAFERS 8: SADDLES Girls are like newspapers: They have forms, they always have the last word, back numbers are not in demand, they are well worth looking over, you can't believe all they say, there's small demand for the boldface type, and every man should have one of his own and not borrow his neighborls. Her clothes are so designed that she is always seen in the best places BYNUM PRINTING CO. II9 West Hargett Street Phone 6417 Dial 7356 MILKY WAY Opposite Broughton High School Compliments of CORRELL COAL on St. Mary,s Street COMPANY Joi: S. CORRELL, Owner North West Street Telephone 7923 439 Glenwood Ave. E F I R D 9 S IDEAL PAINT AND DEPARTMENT WALL PAPER CO. STORE WALL PAPER : PAINTS : OILS We Appreciate Your VARNISHES Patrgnage GLIDDEN PAINTS UNITED WALL PAPER RALEIGH, N. C. I 208 Fayetteville Street RALEIGH, N. C. CONN-GOWER PONTIAC COMPANY PONTIAC Sales and Service If at first you don't succeed, try Without asking her. Little Willie, bows and sashes, Fell into the Hames and ashes. Winter nights are cold and chilly, No one wants to poke up Willie. OAK CITY LAUNDRY ODURLESS DRY CLEANING HATS CLEANED and BUGS SHAMPOOED 436 S. Salisbury Street Phone 2-4478 Appearances are deceiving: Whenever you see a big house without any plumbing there is usually something behind it. As the cow said to the milkmaid, "Go ahead, see if I give a dram." It,s your future . . . HELPING T0 BUILD W lt con be o bright future. But only it you shore in its building. For though youth hos o right to opportu- nity, it rnust olso occept the obligo- tions thot opportunity demonds. You will find this to be true-the greot op- portunities ore those which you help creote yourself. When you help build o finer town, o finer community, o Finer Corolino, you become o shore- holder in your own future. You con do this by pledging your services to your locol Finer Corolino Committee. 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