Needham Broughton High School - Latipac Yearbook (Raleigh, NC)
- Class of 1954
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PUBLISHED HY THE SENIUH CLASS 0F
NEEDIIAM B. BRHUGHTUN IIIGII
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Unless his way is lighted, a person traveling at night has little chance of arriving
safely at his destination. liven though the light illumincs only one step at a time for
him, it is able to keep him safely on the road, traveling in the right direction. Occasion-
ally, too, the traveler spots a tiny beacon in the distance, a materialization of his faith
in the reality of tomorrow.
Without a stimulus, a person cannot walk long distances. W'ithout someone
strong behind him to encourage and advise him he is liable to stumble or to rush
back towards yesterday.
-'Ib one who has been both light and stimulus to us we dedicate this record of
the hrst part of our journey.
l.fjfl ro right: Mr. Holyiicld, Donn of Boysg Mr. Holliday, Principalg Mr. johns, Assistant Principal. Mrs.
Snndling, Dean of Girls. Mrs. Stephenson, Sccrctnry.
WR. 'IOSICPII Q. l10l.I.ll3.-XY, A.B. MR. FIMNIQ IC. BRILICY, M.lf.
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l1lxr1'11I11r'11ml .Hzzxir Alllrrimn l'lixto'ry.11la' World Ilixmrbx
Nhxs. Y. C. B,xNl4s, A.B. Miss MARY B. CI,-XNNON, A.l3., .N1.A.
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Wk. Rolslclu' A. lhkxl-is, BS., M.A. Mlss Llcssu-1 Commun., A.l3.
WR. ll.xRol.n A. l3lcl.l.o, A.B. Mus. M. lf. D1cI.c:.xlm, Ii.A., M.A.
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Lzjft ro right, seatrd: Miss Fulchcr, Miss Sherwood, Mrs. Srcll, Miss Hendricks, Mrs. Sharp, Mrs. Clayton, Miss Penny
Lfjff Io right, rnznding: Miss Ellington, Mr. xRLdlkCI', Miss Hcnson, Mrs. Ladu, Mr. Napowsa.
Miss MAIIX' OLIVER l'iI,I,ING'l'ON, BS., M.S. MISS FANNIE PEARL FULCIIER, A.B
MRs. ALICE R. l'iHRI.ICII, A.B. MIKS. CAERALDINE CII,BER'I', B.S.
MRs. lf. FI.E'I'c:HER, A.B.
INARS. MARY SUE B. FONVILLE, A.B., M.A.
Miss CLAIRE FREEMAN, A.B.
MR. BERT COLIIMAN, A.B.
MRs. SHIRLEY CSREEN, BS.
Hmlfh and Physical Edumfion
MR. C. M. HAIN1Il.'I'CJN, BS., M.A
MRs. MAR'I'HA PIARRELSON, BS., M.A.
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Smnc. Srmmi rnfis: .X1I'.'IllCkSOl1, Mr. Rigshcc, Mr. Smith, Mr. Harm-s, Mr. licllo, Mrs. Urccnc.
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Miss l'iIi.-XNCICS Homzoon, BS., MA. Mus. lN1Il.DRlCIlJOHNSON, .-LB.
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Mus. Ioim I. l.,mL', AJS., MA.
Mk. Alilflilill S. l,iN'l'lilCuM, BS.
Mix. ARMs'1'RoNca iN1Al,'I'BIli, BS.
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Miss l':l.l.A B. Mc:lJmm1,xN, BA
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MR. XY. IJ. Tv.-KPOXVSA, AB.
MR. Rorm C. Nici.soN, B-S., M.A.
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Miss I.Au1:A PIELIQN PAsc:iiAI,, AB., M.A
Mus. PuY1.l.ls Pl-2Ac:oc:1Q, HA., M..-X.
Miss Cici.i1s'r1-1 PENNY, Ii..-X,, MA.
Miss iMAizY PENNY, B..-X., MA.
Mizs. CRx's'l'A1. U. PO'lt'l'lCR, BS.
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Miss Paschal. Smmiirlg: Mrs. Hunks, Miss Sniaw, Mrs. Stocks, Miss Cogdcll, Mr. Ringgold.
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il tn riulll: Mr. Priee, Miss VN'iIkiiison. Miss Cannon, Mr. Knhdy, Mr. Nelson, Mr. Siegel, Mrs. Smith, Mrs. Ciillwerr
ss llohgood, Mrs. lfrlilieh, Mr. Hnrhiciilii.
lx. Niiwiwi, Piuczii, 13.3. iN1RS.'IlCNNllC Simizv, .-XB.
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R. ul. IJ. RINliliUI.IJ, BS. Miss M.-un' B.-x'i'r1s Siiilzixwoon, AJS.
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x1ISSlIlil.liN Rrxwiox, AB., MA. Miss ANNIE Sixmw, BS., MS.
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Mus. l.lI,l,lAN SXNDIAINKI, rX.B. Mus. il.-KRMON I.. SMITH, Ali.
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Miss FFCCIIIHI1, Mr. Todd, Mr. Underwood, Mrs. McLain, Mrs. Ebcrhart. ,
Mus. l'iI.IZABl:2'I'H SVACK, A.B.
English, and A11zWimh History
Mus. RUTH N. STEPHI-:NsoN
Mas. HA'1"r1r: l'hI.I,lCE l,r:wIs S'I'El.l,, BS. is xbx
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Mus. XKVILLIAM H. S'l'oClis, B.A.
Miss Dokownx' STONE, HS.
Hmlrh and I'hy.viml Edumrion
Mis. L ssA STROTHER, A.B.
Mus. " N A SWAIN, BS., M.S.
Mu. HARLES C. TEJIJIJ, jk., B.S.
MR. NCJRI-'l.EE'l' lf. UNDERWQOD, .I
Physical Education and Health
MR. CILYDE WALKER, A.B.
Physical Edumtion and Hmlfh
Miss NAN S. WI.KINSON, AB.
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'lilic lionrnl olmlirusrccs olirlic llnilcigli Plililic Schools
consists ol' suvcn mcmlmcrs. 'llic nmyor ol' rlic city ol
six im-iiilicrs :irc 2lpp0lI1fL'll liy rlic City Council for
ai fL'I'Ill ol' six yczirs. 'lilic liogml ot' ilil'llSfL'CS is rlic
lnixvliul govcrning' body ol' rlic llulcigli Public Schools,
liuving' ccrrgiin rcsponsilmilitics, durics, and nurlioriry
prcscriliul by srntc lamp 'liliu lmonrd l.llI'l1llllAlfL'S rlic
policics of our scliool.
I ru fllllll, ,m1fm': -IL-ssc O. Ssmlcrson. lfrcd li. U'lie.-clcr. Sfilllifllllf l,L-wis ll. Poxxg-ll, Vloscplili. lilqirk, l.L-Roy Xlgirtin,
s. lliirriutr ljrcssly, lfrcml fiilfllllgf. :mil ll. fi, Ciillis. ,
llulcigli is cx officio cliaiirmzm Ol-fllt' liogml. 'liliu orlicr
P. 'I'. A.
l.iffr In 7'flL'11f, .miml.' Mrs. Stack, Mrs. Bcity, Mrs. Disieer, Mrs. Anderson, Mr. Ridgeway, Mrs. Barker, Mr. Smith.
Sfillliilllljlf Mrs. Crater, Mrs. Noble, Mrs. Mcl.eod, Mrs. johnson, Mrs. Swain, Mr. Holliday, Mrs. Crawford, Mrs.
Goodman, Miss Paschal.
President: Mr. Herbert l.. Ridgeway
Yice-President: Mrs. Felix Barker
Secretary: Mrs. Cllen Anderson
Corresponding Secretary: Mrs. lflizabeth Stock
Needham B. Broughton Parent-'leacher
Treasurer: Mr. R. Gage Smith
Parliamcntarian: Mr. Vlilliam 'li Beary
Auditor: Mr. Frank B. Turner
Large: Mrs. john VV. Crawford, Dr. Vern
Caviness, Mr. .loc Holliday. Mrs. B. F. Carter
'l'Hl'lMli FOR 'l'HlC YICAR
lgli'lg'l'liR Homics, BlC'l"l'lCR S111-lool s, Bli'li'l'lCR cl0MML'N'l'IliS
September-"Back to School for Parentsnillorship
' President's VNelcomefPublications--Membership
--Introduction ol New 'lieachers by Mr. Holliday-
Octoberf"A Healthy Personality for Your Child"-
Norship BusinessfPanelf"Hcalth a Comumnity
Adair," Moderated by Dr. joseph Carpentieri, Di-
rector, Mental Hygiene Clinic.
November f-Guests of Hugh Morson RTA.
Decemberf"l.et 'liherc Be I.ight"- Worship --Business
-f-Christmas Program: Mr. and Mrs. Arnold
Hotlinang Mr. l.eon jackson.
january --ulieeping Faith Vl'ith Wbutlin- Worship- -
4 V I .
tory of Broughton P.TA. and Introduction of last
Presidents by Mrs. N. G. Fonville and Mrs. john VY.
Crawford-School Band: Robert A. Barnes.
eh-"Adventures in World Understanding"-Hop
shipfBusinessgProgramfHigh School Worlds
Peace Program, Sponsored by lixtension Division ol
University of North Carolina and the International
Relations Department of the Raleigh VKoinan's
Clubflfxhibits by Mrs. Walter S. Hunt, Member
of National Council of the Atlantic Union Com-
mitteefReport of the Nominating Committee.
DllSlIlL'SS'SPL'1lliCI'1 Dr. Charles Carroll, State Supt. April-HorshipfBusiness-lnstallation ol'New Otliccrs
Public lnstruetion. -Faculty Program -Social Hour.
ACCOA1Pl.lSHlNll'iNiliS FOR l953-54
October I School Bond lssuefall parents were called and urged to vote. Raised amount ofsupport to Honor Society
from 5525.00 to 33500. Obtained Memorial Plaque. Purchased coffee maker for teachers' lounge. Put wheels in motion
for a new public address system and put aside 153 50 to apply on cost. Served lunch fpaid Har ith to approximately 60 repre-
sentatives from various colleges on College Day, November 6. Discontinued joint meetings each year with Hugh Morson.
Needham Broughton DayfS5l2.l9 contributed-largest amount ever obtained for this. Contributed 35.00 to Nat-
ional Headquarters Fund. Made arrangements, together with Hugh Morson, for reception at State Convention. Made a
survey of all parents to ascertain in what ca iacity they would be willing to serve in the P.T.A. Had bufliet slipper March
JH for faculty. Worked out traffic routing flir parking lot. Obtained lll subscriptions to the magazine.
Il lllli CLA S UFFICER
Firxr rms. Irjfr tn right: Mike Morse, Dot Prcssly, Bobby Caviness, Glen Warren. Srmmi rms: Mr. Howard, Donny Roy,
and Billy Baker.
Ol' all our years at Broughton, we, the
members of the Glass of l954, consider this
our senior year the very best. Under the
leadership of our adviser, Mr. Howard, and
our oHicers Bobby Caviness, president, Glenn
Warren. vice-president, Dot Pressly, secre-
tary, Donnie Roy, treasurer, and Mike
Morse, sergeant-at-arms, we undertook many
class projects adopting Iiighrh Grade Little
Brothers and Sisters. Giving a social for
our parents, selling magazine subscriptions,
presenting the Queen of Hearts program
and dance, and producing the Senior Class
Play, "-lane byte," are all high lights of this
our Senior year.
Barbara Eubanks, .Hanoi
lil'fYl'il.lfY ANNl'l'l"l'l'i Al,l.l'fN
If'I'!'fAVIIlIlIAVi.Y "Rr'1"' . . . fiIlXllI.If it . . . tlmsr' r'-wx
French Club 3, -lg Ili-'I'imrx Staff 5g junior Y-Teens I,
Program Coinnuttee I. ilireasurer lg Decorations
C.onunittee for Dances, I, Z, lg l.atin Club I, lg Repre-
sentative to Class Council 2.
CAROLYN lCYl'il.YN ANDERSON
"Slll1flf1'U . . . 'Y I f.i,If'i'fl11t'f .... v uw! . . , Um' :gf ilu' 'I'l1r1'r
lfrench Club 4, lg Library Assistant Ig Ili-'Iiimrs Stall'
2, -lg l.fxiil1.M1 Stall' -lg junior Y-Teens Ig Senior Y-Teens
-l, Program Chairinin -lg l.ittle 'lihearer Z, 1, -lg 'KYou
Can't 'lake lt l'l'ith Xoilgi' Prop Coniniitree 3: "Arsenic
and Old l,acc," llonse Committee -lg 'kjane lfyre,"
Proinpter -lg l.atin Club I, lg Music Coiuinittee junior-
Senior Proni ig Decoration Conunittee l"reshin.in
ALMA DIANNIC ANDICRSUN
flkilflfl' . , . l1'rur'r . . .frr'rL'Ir'x
lfrench Club lg -lg Office Assistant lg l1llI14I1l'1l' Wrmix
Stall' .lg junior Xfleens I. lg Senior Y-Teens 3, -lg Cihzrrus
I, 2, 5, -lg l.lttlc lheater 3. -lg l,atm Club Ig 2.
,IAMICS ll. ANDERSON. lll
uflllllll-VN . . . com! lnnlcing i'Inll1r',v , . . llvrfnril
Vl'll.l.lAM l.YNNl'l'OOD ISAIRD
lfrcnch Club 2, lg Plays Ig 'liraek Team 4. Swimming
'leant -lg lloinerooin President I.
N'll,l.lAM A. l5Alil'lR
"Hill" .... 9 rllnlirrxllip . . . Iliff' Ia lclluu'
Student Council -lg lixeeutive Council of Student Council
-lg Honor Society -lg Senior l li-Y-lg Boy's Monogram Club
3, -lg lfootball Team, Manager 3, -lg j.V. Football Team.
Manager lg Chairman House and Grounds Committee
-lg Chairman United lfund Drive -lg l,atin Club 1, X,
President lg Chairman .Nlonograin Club Dance Coin-
inittee -lg Member junior-Senior Prom Decorations
Coininittee lg Page in WSI North Carolina House of
Representatives Ig Clerk in IOS! North Carolina House
of Represeniatii es lg StudentCouneil lfloar Conunittee -l.
lll'i'l'iliY ANNIC BARKICR
"Grmx.v" . . . Our QNITII . . . l'fl1fllf'A'llI flurry . . . Ihr' lzrxr
l,ibrary Assistant Ig Student Council 2. -lg Service
Club -lg Ili-'l'i111rx Staff 3, -lg l..ix'iii-Ac: Staff, junior
lfditor K, Senior lfditor -lg junior Y-'Ieens I, lg l,ittlc
'lheater Ig School Store 3: "Queen" in the Queen
of Hearts -lg Marshal X, fChiefi -llg Sponsor lg Cheer-
leader I, 2, Z, -lg Rcprewntative Class and Honierooni
in Student Council Z, -lg .Nleinber of Lost and Found,
Student Co-operative, Hospitality, and Publicity Coni-
niittees 3, -lg l.atin Club. President I. lg Vice-President
of North Carolina Scholastic Press Association Kg
Decoration Conunirtee Hur Dance Zg Decoration Coni-
iuittee for junior-Senior ,lg Decoration Conunittee for
Student Council "Snow-ball" -lg
.NIOl,l ,Y BARNICS
-H 1,1-Vlllllllfll . . . 'llny Roi . . . i1ffTlIt'fi'Z.'t' . . . Ili-l'a-K'Him"
Spanish Club-U.l,.C.g Chorus I, 2, -lg l.ittle 'liheater Ig
Other Activities -f Greensboro Chorus Ig Treasurer of
Class lg U.l..C. llarin Club I, 3.
.V 'J' - ':.r - 7,
' PATRICK HICRNIXJNAISARNICS
Milli" .. . . lVom1'f'xf1ll boyz . .f1l1'mll-V affwa-vs
Manager Bells High School Basketball Team, Latin
LICMMA MARIIQ ISAUCOM
"l.rm" . . . AHS' L'fQv.v . . . "1mrrqffrirnds" . . . wr-1'11'r'
Chorus tin girls trio IJ, pianist 2, 3, 4, lfnsemble Pianist
2, 3, Vice-President -Ig Little Iheater 3, 4, Plays 3,
Chairman of Costumes 4, Chairman of Stage Props,
Htmineroom-Secretary 3, Homerooin Representative of
Intranuiral Sports, Latin Club l, 2.
lil'fN-IAMIN l"URRI'fS'Il I5I'iASLl'lY
HF" . . . nlielltyjim' . . .jiflerlmg
lfrench Club 3, Student Council lg junior Hi-Y 2,
Marching 'Band 2, Homeroomi Vice-President 2, -33
Captain of Intramurals: Latin Club lg Representative
ofClass Council lg Golf Team 4.
jOHN MICHAICL ISICLL
"Big IVordx" . . . "lV4lVDIJ" . . . Teacher Trouble
Spanish Club 3g Hi-'I'iwr'.t Stall' 4, Little Theater I, 2,
Track Team Z4 Latin Club I, 2, junior-Senior and
Snow Ball Dance Committeeg Maintenance Crew 2, 3, 4,
ujane liyrcf' Iimimtz Stall 4.
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U jUl'l BIfNNl'l'I"I'
Loolcx . . . Woman Troublrs . . . l"rrm'h f?!?5
French Club 3g Marching Band 3g Boy's hlonogram
Club 3, 4, Manager of Tennis Team 3g Sergeant-at-Arms
l, lg President of Homeroom 3, Public Speaking Club 4.
KATHICRINIC PINDICR BICRNHARD
"Kit" . . . HIQVIIIIII . . . BIIIXIIIII-Lf . . .
French Club 2, 3, Hi-Timm' Stafl' 3, 4, I,A'l'iPAt: Stall' -Ig
junior Y-Teens Ig Chorus 2, 3, Little Theater lg Queen
of Hearts Decoration Committee 4.
jAMl'lS CAVIC Bl'fTHUNl'i, jR.
MITWITIIQCI . . . Topmil . . . husky . .,. l'iiriws"
Hi-Timrs Stalli 3, 4, Class Sergeant-at-Arms I g American
History Class, Secretary 3g Latin Club I, lg Green
Thumb Club lg Decoration Committees I, 2, 3.
CAROLINIC PINCKNICY ISICKITIVI'
'llfilll' . . . Friendly 'with that ilnlfwl . . . our Ifiiimr
Ifreneh Club 3, Office Assistant 4g Student Council Z, 3,
lixecutive Council of Student Council 2g Honor Society
3, 4, LATIPAC Statli, Assistant junior lfditor 3, Chief
Ifditor 4g junior Y-Teens l, President Z4 Senior YlTcens
3, 4g Inter-Club Council of X1Teens 2, 35 Chorus 2,
Little Theater Z, 3, Student Council Secretary 2: Home-
room Treasurer 33 Latin Club President l, 2, Member
of Hospitality Committee 34 Member Social Standards
4, Member Student Co-operative Z, 3, 4g Member
Sports Committee 4, junior Senior Dance Committee 3g
Decoration Committees for 9th, lflth, and llth Grade
Dances I, 2, 3, 4.
jOHN GICORCIQ BIKLIC
" I r." . . . !.11.rlln1fn'.r . . . l'li1.vlmAv? . . . r'wry1rm1,v'xfrirnd
Spanish Club 3, -l, Vice-President 3, 'lireasurer -lg
Ili-Timrx Stall' -lg junior Hi-Y I, Zg Representative to
junior Civic Council -lg Library Club Zg Ixcy Club
Z, 3, -l, Publicity Chairman -lg Chorus lg Audio-Visual
I, 2, ig Homerooin Orlicer l, 2, 3, -lg President of
Iinglish Class Z, 3g President of American History
Class 3g Vice-President of Sociology Class 4g Member
of the Raleigh Chapter of Demolay 2, 3, -lg LA'i'iPAr1
Stafiig Decorations Committee hir the l0th and llth
Cradc Dancesg Sports Committee 3g Golf Team -l.
DAVID CONVYAY I5I.ACKlN'OOD
affix! . . .frimillgv
Spanish Club 2, -l, President lg Ili-Timrs Stall'-lg IIATIPAC
Stall -lg Homeroom Vice-President -lg Latin Club lgq
"jane I'iyrcg" Psychology Club -lg Vice-President of
Sociology Class -l.
ROIiI'iR'I' ICARL BLALOCK
"I1'.l3.H." . . . Quin our? . . . Raising if
'IIIICRON ARTHUR IIONIC
.llnrrird man . . . 'll1'4l'lfD"
Chorus 3, -lg Marching Band Zg Stage Crew 2, lg Audio-
Visual lg lrack Team Ig Hoiuerooin l Presidentg
Decoration Committee junior-Senior 3g Decoration Hur
"SnowI5aII" 3, -l.
KARL ICUCICNIC IIOSIIAN
"G'n1f"' . . . I ,'lm11fr'llor
Chorus l, 2, 3, -lg Ifnscmble -lg Marching Rand Aig I'loy's
Monogram Club -lg 'Irack Team 3, -lg Spanish Club
Treasurer -lg Latin Club lg lg Representative to Class
ALAN IAYLOR ISRADI-'ORD
lntrllfrlmzl . . . "l"lrrt1fr'r'f" . . . Public Sprizlcifllq
Honor Society -lg l1"ir1grd Words Stall -lg Ili-'l'iu1rx
Staff 25 Boy's Monogram Club -lg 'liracli Team 3, -lg
Advertising Committee lg Class Publicity Committee
3g Iintertainment Committee junior-Senior 3g National
Forensic League -lg Latin Club President lg lg Public
Speaking -lg Representative to Class Council 3g Hi-Y -l.
VIRGINIA ANN BRADY
"Ginger" . . . lwlondir . . . Gilmtirrin u'hi:.???
jcnnings, Oklahoma I, 2, lg Library Assistant Z, lg
Student Council lg Paper Stall l, 2, ,Kg Annual Stall
Eg Senior YTeens 3g Chorus l, 2, Eg Girls' Basketball
'Ieam l, 2, ig Class Secretary lg Class President lg ig
Rainbows I, 2, 3, -l.
BARBARA ISURKIIIMI' BRAXYLICY
ffzltrirz' up . . . Dmvmzfirs . . . P!'VXlIl1iIIlf.V
Spanish Club 3, -lg l1'i-Times Staff 5, -lg junior XTIL-ens
l, 2g Senior Y-Teens -l, Chorus 2, Little 'Iiheater lg 1,
3, 4, Secretary 3g "Men Are Like Strcetcarsu Zg "Arsenic
and Old Lace" -lg "jane Eyre" -lg Homerooin President
Zg Lost and Found Committee -lg Publicity Committee
-lg Decoration Committee l, 2, ig Decoration Com-
mittee 'LSnowball" ig Usher 'Won Can't 'Iiike It With
CLAUDE MATTHEWS BROOMIC
industrious . . . Mr. Audio-'visual . . . Serfviee Club
Oflice Assistant 4, Executive Council of Student Council
4, Service Club 3, 4, Little Theater 2, Stage Crew 3, 4,
Audio-Visual l, 2, 3, 4, Chairman of Audio-Visual
Committee 4, Latin Club I, 2.
SUSAN HAND BROVVNIC
Pretty eyes . . . Band . . . Intellemml
French Club Z, 3, junior Y-Teens l, Senior Y-Teens 2,
Marching Band 3, 4, Concert Band 3, 4, G.A.A. Z, 3, 4,
Decorating Committee for junior-Senior Prom 3, Invi-
tations Committee for junior-Senior 3.
CIQCIL MAX BRYAN
"Max" . . . blushing . . . neat-looking clothes . . . Marshal
French Club 3, Student Council 3, junior Hi-Y 2, Senior
Hi-Y 3, 4, Key Club 3, 4, Sergeant-at-Arms 4, Boys
Monogram Club 3, 4, Secretary 4, Marshal 4, Football
Team 3, 4, j. V. Football Team Z, President Homeroom 4.
WAYNE RANDY BULLARD
Lover . . . Girl Troubles . . . 'gWrir1k"
French Club 2, 3, Hi-Times Staff Z, 3, 4, Sports Iiditor
4, LATIPAL: Staff 4, Little Theater 3, 4, L'You Can't
Take It VVith You," Cast, "Arsenic and Old Lace,"
Props, Maintenance Club Z, Representative to Scholastic
Press Institute 3, Music Appreciation Club I, Decoration
Committees for Dances 2, 3.
CAROL SHANKLIN CAMPBICLL
l'I,0rie" . . . blue eyes . . . nuttin' up . . . cute
French Club 3, Office Assistant 4, junior-Y-Teens l, 2,
Little Theater 2, School Store 3, Treasurer of Y-Teen
Inter-Club Council Z, Latin Club 2, 3, Vice-President
3, Representative to Class Council 3.
BARBARA jANI'f CARPICNTFR
"Football Sponsor" . . . that laugh! . . . personallity plus
Spanish Club 3, 4, Office Assistant 4, Student Council
4, Executive Council of Student Council 4, Service
Club 3, 4, junior Y-Teens I, 2, Senior Y-Teens 3, 4,
Sponsor 4, Publicity Committee Student Council 3, 4.
GLORIA ANNIC CARTWRIGHT
Engaged . . . lofues to 'write . . . typist
French Club 3, Spanish Club 2, Winged Words Staff 2, 3,
junior Y-Teens 1, Z, Chorus l, 3, Marching Band l, 2,
Concert Band Z, Little Theater 3, 4.
I'fLIZAI3l'fTH KIRKLAND CAVINFSS
'ABults" . . . DUKE . . . "Betsy" . . . N.H.S.
Spanish Club 3, Library Assistant 2, 3, Student Council
4, lfxecutive Council of Student Council 4, Honor
Society 4, junior Y-Teens I, 2, Secretary, Senior
Y-Teens 3, Little Theater, Chairman of Props Com-
mittee for Little Theater Play 2, Social Standards
Committee Z, 3, 4, Chairman, Chapel Committee 3,
House and Grounds Committee 3, Sports Committee
4, Latin Club Vice-President l, Z, junior Civic Council
2, 3, Secretary 4, President.
ROBICRT Llili CAVINIQSS, jR.
lfnlflry . . . 01nl'rrsiilr11t . . . grmi1'looL'in,t5 . , . ul drmlt l'i17'!fH
lfreneh Club 2, 3, Office Assistant 3, 4, junior Hi-Y Z,
Audio-Visual I, Golf Team 4, lfootball Team 3,
liasketball 'Team 1, Class President -I, Hoineroom
Treasurer 3, Ili-'l'im1'5 Representative 2.
,IAMICS MASTON CHAMBICRS
S'LL'lIllNIIll,Q . . . Wir UI .... S hrriff . . . r'1'r'rylwdy'rfrirml
lfreneh Club 2, 3, Ili-Timfx Stall' Z, Marching Band I,
Little Theater 2, 3, 4, Boy's Monogram Club 2, 3, 4,
Football 4, Track Team Z, 3, 4, Swimming Team
2, 3, 4, Class 3, l-Iomeroom 4, Iilections Committee 3, 4,
Sports Committee 3, 4.
PAUL COLICY CHAMISLICIC
Goan' l,uol'ing . . . Hunting . . . Norma
Library Assistant I, Z, l3oy's Monogram Club 2, 3, -I,
Ifootball 'Team 2, 3, 4, j.X'. lfootball Team I, Track
ROISICRT ICUC IICN li CHA PM AN
nlfrflflfyl' . . . IMI-v . . . Fiw l'oinIi' Vizrirry , . . alu'ay.r
Ili-'I'i1m'x Stafl' 3, Shop Iforeman llndustrial Artsj I,
Industrial Arts Club I, Z, Intramural Basketball 4,
Latin Club 2, 3, Green Thumb Club 3.
HCIIIIIIIIISI . . . lfim' Girl . , . Nm' to A'll0"LU . . . quit! CPJ
Spanish Club 3, 4, Secretary 4, junior YlTeens I, 2,
Treasurer, Senior Y-Teens 3, 4, Chorus I, 2, 3, -I,
President Sociology Class -I, House Committee Hur
Senior Play 4.
BARBARA MARIIQ CLARK
uf,llllI'A'H . . . "l.irIlr Bi!" .... I 'uwr 'II quifl . . . lrrizf
lfrench Club 2, 3, Student Council 2, junior Y-Teens I,
Senior Y-Teens 4, Chorus I, 2, 4, Class Secretary I,
Decorating Committee I, Z, 3, 4, President of lCnglisI1
and Ameriean History Class 3, Hi-'I'im1'.v 4, Stage
Props Committee 4, Devotional Chairman 3.
MARY jANI'l CLICMICNT
"Iimir" . . . llalirrr . . . liflallflj'
Spanish Club 3, Oflice Assistant 3, -Ig Student Council
3, junior Y-'leens 3, Secretary 4, Little Theater I,
ii.A,A., Hiking Leader 2, 3, Seeretary 4, CiirI's Mono-
gram Club 1, liasltetball 'Il-ziui, Cl.A.A. 3, Hoinerooin
Secretary and Treasurer 4, Latin Club I, 2.
DONALD N. COX
"limi" . . . .uw in l'llf'7IIT,YffAV . . . '7.L'l1llllg to hrlp
Spanish Club 3, Sehool Store 2, 3, -I, Industrial Arts
Shop Iforeman I, junior-Senior Decorations Committee
3, Little Brothers ard Sisters Committee 4, Tennis
'leam Latin Club I, Z, Chemistry Lab Assistant 4,
Cireen I huinb Club 2.
jULIA ANN CRATER
our .vpomor . . . atrnzrriwxr . . . rlothffx with rlizxx
French Club 3, 41 Office Assistant 2, 3, 4, Student
Council 4, lixccutive Council of Student Council 4,
Honor Society 4g Service Club 3, 4, junior Y-Teens
I, 2, Senior Y-Teens 3, Little Theater 2, "Men Are
Like Strcetcarsn 2, Sponsor 4, Chapel Committee 2,
Publicity Committee 3: Hospitality Committee 3, 4g
Homeroom Vice-President 2, Homeroom Secretary
3, Latin Club 2, 3g Representative to Class Council 4.
jOAN ICFFIIC CRAVVFORD
playing feather . . . alfwayx xmilin' . . . Bill . . . ewrylwdylv
Spanish Club 3, -1-Q junior Y-Teens I, 2, Senior Y-Teens
3, 4g Little Theater I, 2, 3, Decorating Committee for
9th Grade Danceg "Leap Year Dance" and junior-
Seniorg Refreshment Committee for junior-Senior.
ROBICRT HINTON CRITTIQNDIQN
"Robin" . . . 'witty . . . .tinrrre
French Club 3, 4g Maintenance Club I, 2, Latin Club l, 2'
jOAN DICLL CROSBY
K'Rifa" . . . ruff . . . gets the uhdibkn
Spanish Club 3, 4, Office Assistant 3, 4, Hi-Times
Staff 4g LA'iiPAt: Staff 4, junior Y-Teens I, 25 Senior
Y-Teens 3, 4, Treasurer of Senior Y-Teens, Chorus Ig
Biology Class Secretary lg Props Committee for Fashion
Show 3g Dance Decoration Committees I, 2, Figure
Committee for junior-Senior 35 Ticket Committee Har
the Senior Class Play.
HUBIERT ADOLPHUS DAVIS
"Cuehall', . . . rmzy . . . zyne
Spanish Club 3, Audio-Visual 2g Monogram Club -I-g
Swimming Team 2, 3, 4, Maintenance Club I, Z9 Intra-
mural Sports Representative 4.
jANIL ADAMS DAVIS
'LSkinny" . . . rormtry girl . . . driwx itjffp
French Club 3, 4, junior Y-Teens I, 21 Senior YTccns
3, 4, Little Theater 3, 4g Sociology Vice-President 4g
Secretary of Senior YlTeensg Chairman of Make-up
Committee for Little Theater Plays.
SARA jIiAN DAVIS
SlIj'i7l sfwrft . . . ambitiozlx . . . quiet
0I'I'iee4Assistant 33 Chorus I, Homeroom Vice-President
3, Latin Club I, 29 Plant Propagation Club Secretary 2.
WALTON STONIC DENNIS
"Shine" . . . 0.17 .... birthday parties
French Club 3g Senior Hi-Y 45 j.V. Basketball Team
lg Track Team 1, Z, Maintenance Crew 2.
JICRRY MACK DOUGLAS
l.mu'rr qf thx Ham!
Alarching llansl I, 2, 3, -lg Advanced Band 3g Orchestra 4'
jOHN ALSA lfl5l'fRllAR'l'
"Mfr" .... llnmr .310lIfl1
lunior Ili-Y I, lg Key Club 2, 3, -lg Stage Crew -lg
Audio-Yisual I, 2, l'loy's Monogram Club 1, 3, -la
Queen ol' llearts Court Ig Ifootball Fleain 3, -lg ,l.Y.
lfootball 'learn I, lg Basketball 'Ieain 3, -lg DLY. Basket-
ball 'learn I, Ig Baseball Tcani 2, 3, -lg Hoiiierooiii
Otlieer I, 2, 3, -lg Chairinan, Leap Year Dance 2g Co-
Chairlnan junior-Senior Dance 3g Latin Club I, 2.
IVRAZIIQR .XlczLIfAN ICDXYARDS, ll
'fllizf' . . . UN, lllillif erm! . . . likrx lnislcrrlnill
Little lheater 3, -lg Play Sountl lftliects Chairman 3,
Deinolay I, 2, 3, -lg Vice-President hl.Y.l". -lg Al.Y.l".
Publicity Chairinan 3, Raleigh Little 'liheater 3.
IQRIC DAVID lfLLlO'l'
"l'frim" .... Y flling Adi' . . . lazllglnzgr Ifmin
lfreneh Club 1, 3, -lg Spanish Club 3, -I-g Little 'liheater
I, 2, 3, j.Y. Football Team lg 'liracli Teain I, 3, -lg
President of l loinerooin I.
LARRY Llilf ICLLIS
"RM" . . . 'IRM-ll1i1ll" . . Sllrillr-lime! . . . "l"n,Lg"
lfreneh Club Z, 3, Student Council -lg junior Ili.-Y I, lg
l3oy's Monogram Club I, 2, 3, -I-g Queen of llearts
Court Z, lfootball 'leant 3, -lg liootball 'leant Ig
Swinuuing 'IL-aiu I, 2, 3, -I-g Sergeant-at-Arius Ig Presi-
dent of lloincrooin lg lfleetions Conuuittee 3, -I-g Co-
Captain of Swiuuning 'leant 3.
DIANA PUTULA IQLLISON
ftllfcrr . . . ffarnlilm . . . lfr'.111riful Hair!
Spanish Club 3, -lg Little lheater Zg U.A.A. lg "Work-
shop 'liheatern -lg National lforensie League -lg Public
Speaking Club -l.
GRAHAM MANLY ICUISANKS
girl-itwrrirx . . . mtv tu trim' . . . llfft'-fllllkilllif
lfreneh Club 3, junior Hi-Y lg Senior Ili-Y 3, -lg Key
Club 3, -lg Chorus I, 2, 3, -lg lioy's Monogram Club -lg
lfootball 'leant 3, -lg Vice-President oI'Class 3g President
of Honierooni 4, Representative to Class Council 3, -l.
NANCY LICIC IQUISANKS
Rm'rurl.r . . . lfluxhin' . . . xflmliir
lirench Club 2, Eg Library Assistant Ig Student Couneil
-lg junior Y-'iz-cm Ig Senior Y-'lcens -lg Chorus Ig
Hoinerooin Vice-President .Kg Psychology Club -l,
Aluneograph Stall .3g Decoration Conunittee 2, Decora-
tion Coiunuttee junior-Senior 3g Decoration Coinniittee
Senior Soeial -lg Devotional Chairman Hoinerooln -l.
BURLILY RANDOLPH EVANS
'LI.ows that hunting" . . . "Burley" . . . speeding around
in a mr
Chorus l4 Maintenance Club 2, l.
GICORGIC IVRICICMAN FAIRBANKS, jR.
UU" . . . Wizkr lfnwxt . . . izlfuuiyx on the go
VVakc Forest H.S. lg Dramatics Club I4 Glec Club I4
Basketball lg Latin Club 2, 34 Representative to Class
Council 34 Hi-'1'imz'.v Staff 2, -3, -lg Student Council
Representative 44 LA'i1vAc1 Stall, Business Manager -lg
lirack 44 "jane lfyrefj Hand Props Committee -l.
GARY NVICKARD FISHICR
"Plmmoh" . . , f'yr'x.'? . . . dry 'wit . . . flnirnnfr
Library Assistant lg Spanish Club 34 -Student Council 24
Honor Society 3, -lg Hi-Timex Stafl -lg l,A'ilPAc: Staff
44 junior Hi-Y l, 2, Chaplain, Key Club -lg Little
Theater 24 Senior Hi-Y 3, -l4 Sergeant-at-Arms4 Hi-Y
Minstrel 34 44 Boy's Monogram 3, -lg Marshal -lg School
Store -lg j.Y. Basketball Z4 Track Team 3, 44 lilcctions
-l4 Student Council Representative Z.
FRANCES ICUGICNIA FOLK
'Ll"'ran" , . . lfrisemhle' . . . Cil1t'T.',V . . . ul" . . . "Lil Red"
French Club Z, 34 Office Assistant I4 l.A'iiP,xt: Stall' -lg
Chorus l, Z, 34 Fnscmble 4g Little Theater l.
KATHICRINIC jANI'i FUSKIQY
HKU" . . . '54 Olds . . . Artmrtiu' . . . you doll!
junior Y-Teens l, 24 Chorus l, 24 G,A,A. l, 24 Baseball
Team 24 Devotionals 3, -l4 Latin Club l, 2.
PEGGY ANNIC FOX
"Peg" . . . Stute . . . likable
French Club 2, 34 Treasurer Library Assistant 34
G.A.A. 24 junior Y-Teens l, 24 Senior Y-Teens 44 Little
Theater 2, 3, 44 Hi-'I'in1ex Representative l, 3, 44
Psychology Club 3, Usher for 'LMcn Are Like Street-
PFGGY jANF GARNFR
H i-Y pin . . . natural curls . . . prrttvv vlothrs
Spanish Club President 44 junior Ylnfeens I, 24 Senior
Y-Teens 3, 44 Little Theater 34 Horneroom Secretary lg
Member and Publicity Chairman of the Raleigh Library
Assistant Association of North Carolina 4.
PATRICIA ANNF GARRICLL
"Put" . . . frm' hlondr . . . depfndalrlc'
French Club 3, 44 Chorus 3, 44 W'hiteville High lg Bible
Club Program Chairman lg Glee Club l4 Lillington
High 24 National Beta Club 24 Library Assistant 2.
CAROLYN IJRICVV GASKILL
Y-Trwi prrsidrrit . . . Giggling . . . Ambitious
Spanish Club 3, -lg Library Assistant -lg junior Y1Tcens
I, 2g Senior Y-Teens 3, -lg Chorus -lg Little 'lheater 2g
G.A.A.g Dramaties Club Ig Library Club -lg lnter-Club
Council of Y-Teens lg Delegate to State Y-Teen -lg Con-
vention and Virginia-Carolina Y-Teen Conference lg
Secretary junior Y-Teens Zg President of Library Club
-lg President ol Senior Y-Teens Club.
XYAI,I,ACI-1 Llili GILICS
"Urn: . . . Claririrt boy . . . Nrwr qnirf
Marching Band 2, 3, -lg Concert Band 2, 3, -lg Latin
Club I, 2.
ALMA ICLICANUR GRAHAM
ul,llllt'f7f'n . . . lllrrllrcllml . . . Ilnmmfiz' . . . I li-Timrx
Student Council 3g Honor Society 3, -lg Ili-Timrx
Stall' 3, -lg liditor -lg liA'IlIPAG Stai'l -lg Little 'liheater
I, 2, 3, -lg Golden Masquers 2, 3, -l, Vice-President 3,
President -lg Plays "Men Are Like Strev.-tears" Z, "You
Can't 'Ellie it VVitll You" 3, President lfrench Club
3, -lg Latin Club I, Z.
lfLlZAl3li'l'H ROUSIC GRAY
Hrrfy . . . l'ni,vr . . . Our H.-Ilr
Spanish Club 3, -lg Office Assistant 3, -lg Service Club
3, -lg Hi-'fimzcv Stall' -lg LA'iiPAc: Statli -lg junior Y-Teens
I, 1, llevotional Chairman I, Program Zg Senior YTeens
3, -lg Little lheater I, Z, 3, -lg Plays -l, Publicity Chair-
man for Little 'llieater Play, Queen of Hearts Court
I, -lg Marshal 3, -lg Cheerleader 2, Hoinerooin Secretary
I, Z, 'lreasurer 3g Student Co-op. Coimnittee Ig House
and Grounds 3, -lg Hospitality 2, 3, -lg Latin Club I, 2,
junior Civic Council 3, -lg Representative to Class
BARBARA ANN GRICICN
Rrd-hmdrd . . . quirr . . . xfuxrrt
CARULYN ANN GRICICN
Vrrxulilr . . . lrliliwiiillalilhv .... Host Afrrarfimv'
lfrench Club 2, 3, Vice-President 3, Student Council I
Honor Society -lg Service Club -lg Wingrd Words Starl
-lg Senior Y-Teens 3, -lg Little Theater I, 2, 3, -lg Golden
Masquers 3, -lg Plays 3, -l, Stage Crew -lg Social Chair-
man ofjunior-Senior 3g Christmas Scene Service Z, 3. -lg
Latin Club l, Zg Representative to Class Council 3, -lg
Student Council Co-operative Committee -lg Member
of Poster Committee 3, -lg Social Standards Committee -l.
SARA CHAMNICY GULLlC'l"l'lC
"GuIlr'1" . . . Always on the' go . , . Asxrmbly
lfreneh Club 3, -lg Ufliee Assistant -lg Student Council
-lg lixccutive Council of Student Council -lg Service
Club -lg junior YTeens Ig Senior Y-Teens 3, -lg Chorus
I, Z, Little 'l'heater 2, 3, -lg Golden Masquers 3, -l,
Secretary -lg Plays 3, -l, Make-up Chairman 3g Stage
Crew 3, -lg Sponsor of Student Council -lg Member
Assembly Committee 3g Latin Club I, Zg Decoration
Committee I, Z, 3, -lg Planning Connnittee for junior-
Senior 3g Class Project Christmas Scene 2, 3, -l.
CATHICRINIQ FRANCICS GUPTON
illusir lovfr . . . 'LCI1y" . . . Suwt 'll Quirt
Chorus I, 2, 3, 4, Nlarching Band 4, Latin Club I, 2,
junior Civic Council I.
KATHICRINIC ANNIC HARDY
uflllllfu . . . Starr boys' . . . pep . . . btkllllillg prrxumility
junior Y-Teens I, 2, Chorus 4, Little Theater 2, 3, 4,
Plays 'lMen Are Like Streetcarsu 2, G.A.A. 2, 3, Home-
room Treasurer 4, Mimeograph Assistant 4.
,IAMICS VV. HARRILI.
uI'V47l.'I'1V7I . . . Trumprt plizyrr . . . Going .Vlfild-V
Marching Band I, 2, 3, 4, Oliicer 3, 4, Concert Band
I, 2, 3, 4, Operation and Maintenance of All Audio-
Visual lfquipment Z, 3, 4.
KAIHRYN ANNI-I HARRISON
Fmrfx Frirml . . . X8 Olds . . . Kacls and Ailriim
Ofliee Assistant 3, Wingrd Words Stall 4, Chorus I, 2,
3, 4, lfnsemble 2, 3, 4, Publicity Chairman 4, Latin
Club 2, 4, Ili-'limfi' Statli 4.
I-IICNRY GICRARIJ HARTZOG
Hflfrrbvll . . . "Big Tina", . . . Lookx
Ifxccutivc Council of Student Council I, junior Hi-Y
I, 2, Senior Hi-Y 3, 4, Key Club 2, 3, 4, Audio-Visual
I, Z, Boy's Monogram Club I, Z, 3, 4, Marshal 3, Foot-
ball Team I, 2, 3, 4, Basketball Team I, 2, Baseball
Team I, 2, 3, 4, Homeroom President I, Treasurer 2,
Latin Club I, 2, Key Club International 4, Carolinas
ALIfRI'fD MILTON HAYNICS
'L1'uttie-Buffs' Hay" . . . English Warrirs . . . Dry Wir
Hi-'limri' Staff 3, Sports VVriter 4, l.A'i'iPAc: Statli 4,
Assistant Sports liditor, junior Hi-Y I, 2, Senior Hi-Y
3, 4, Hi-Y I-'ollies 4, Boy's Monogram Club 3, 4, Basket-
ball Team 3, 4, j.V. Basketball Team I, Z, Track Team
3, 4, Class Vice-President 2, Irlomcroom Sergeant-an
Arms 2, President 4, Latin Club I, Z.
LICO D. HIIARTT
14 Ymr .Hun .... lli1l1,vfrr'r mll . . . Cnr
Homeroom Sergeant-at-Arms I, 2, j.V. Basketball
MARGARICT ANN HICNSON
'iliuggyn . . . l"L't'V,VI70IfVV Iowa' hrr . . . ull" . . . lfoofhall lrgs
Spanish Club 3, Secretary 4, Student Council 4, junior
Y-Teens 2, Senior YlTeens Program Chairman, 4,
Marching Band Z, 3, Concert Band 2, 3, 4, Little Theater
2, 3, 4, Ci.A.A. 2, 3, Homerooni President 3, Latin
Club I, 2, Queen ol Hearts Court 4.
ICIJCANOR CU'I'IIRIiI,I, HICSIICR
"IIN" .... Y mfr . . . l,'l1m'y . . . Brt!y'x other lmlf
Senior Y-'Ieens -lg Chorus lg lg 3, -I-.
SANDRA jOAN lIII.l,lARIJ
lfmm fflmprl llill . . . in1'1'rrtisir1gu thin' . . . uiiifllfy .fu'r'rt
Ill-Tlmrgr Stull -lg Chapel Hill lg lg junior YTeens lg lg
I,iitin Club ig Illiby-Sitting Club lg I".l'l,A. Ig Proeonian
ROISICRI MORRIS IIINICS
"Lil llimjvn . . . Nun' . . . Bram
Ifreneh Club lg I.ilirnry Assistant lg Ili-'llimrs Stall'
3, -lg I,A'iivM:.St1ilIi -Ig I,ittle Iheuter lg Queen ofHe1irts
Court I, lg Iriiek Ieiun lg lg 3, -lg.Hoinerooin President
lg I.iitin Club Ig lg Ilublie Speaiking Club K.
IlI'i'I"I'Y CLARK HOOD
"I.mmir" . . . "I,"vn1l1oxr" ...L Lf urging qlf . . . rlirrririg
Ifreneh Club lg lg Student Council I, lg Service Club
3, 4g l,A'i'iPM: Stull 4g junior Y-Teens I, lg Senior
Y-'Ieens 3, -lg Chorus Ig I.ittle 'llheater lg 3, -Ig Stage
Crew -lg G.A.A. lg Cheerleader lg 3, -l.
VIRGINIA ANN IIOI,I,UlYIiI.I.
l'liU'X in lnnm' . . . Biology uxxisrimt . . . uipiilrlr
Mnreliing Ilgintl l, S, -lg Concert llaiill lg 3, -I.
MARY IXNIVUUD HONYARIJ
"I,-wuz" . . . our IMU' . . . uulkirig l'norl1ir . . . lmyx
junior Y-Teens Ig Senior Y-Teens -Ig G.A.A. lg Ilvzins-
town 'Iownship High Sehoolg Pep Club lg Chesterton
Iligh Sehoolg Iiooster Club lg Cliquers Club lg Biology
Club lg Art Club lg Girls' Intrziniurul Basketlizill Teiiin
lg I.iirin Club K.
MARGARIQI' I9OS'I'I'fR HOVVARIJ
"l'rgqgy" . . . olllfr lmlf . . . lm-vi'
Iunior Y-'Ieens lg Senior Y-Teens -lg G.A.A. lg Latin
Club lg Girls Intrziniurail Iiaskerliall Team lg Chesterton
Iligli lg Pep Club lg Cliquers Club lg Biology Club lg
Arr Club l.
NORINIA ANN IIUGHICS
pirnml ru llml . . . ilollifiifr . . . ilrvidrd lflulldr
Ifreneh Club 5, -lg junior Y-Teens l, lg Senior Y-Teens
-I-g Chorus I, lg I.ittIe Iheiiter -I.
4?-2-iw Af .A - -
, - fp -
TQ, ' ft
JIMMY PICKLIC IIUNTICR
'lI'irlvlr"' . . . noir ..., cami AQIIVV . . . liiugh
Spanish Club 3, 4, Senior I'IiAY 4, Rey Club 4, Chorus
4, l"ootbalI hlcam I, 2, Homeroom Vice-President 4.
PATRICIA ANNIC INGLII
"Put" . . . Ri1IIIf70'LL'j.fIl'l . . . 1'l7't'l1l'll wllrrl . . . llllfff'
Ifrench Club 3, 4, Little Theater I, 2, 3, 4, Golden
Masquers 2, 3, 4, Brother-Sister Program 4, Latin
Club I, 2, Public Speaking Club 3, 4.
SALLIIQ PACIIC IVIIS
"011rgi1lS,1l" . . . sports , . . Krazy
Student Council Hospitality Committee 4, Library
Assistant 4, Ili-'I'imri' Representative 4, I.A'riPAr1 Stall
-I-1 Chorus I, li.A.A. Z, Secretary 3, Ci1rl's Monogram
Club 3, Basketball Team 2, 3, Homeroom Vice-President
l, 3, Latin Club l, Z, Mizpath Devotional Z, 3, Secretary
4, Psychology 4, Vice-President, Sociology 4, President,
Class Christmas Project Z, 3, Decorations 4.
CLINTON LICROY JI'fIfFI,fRIl'fS
"Irv" . . . prrtty ryfs . . . lifrglzizm'
Chorus 3, Stage Crew Z, Track Team 3, Swimming
Team 4, Baseball Team 2, Homeroom President I,
Vice-President 3, 4.
I.ICMUI'fI. HOVVARD JICNKINS
".Ilr. l'i,g.tlci11" . . . 'll.f'111" . . . Hmfll-1111111
JUl1i0l' Hi-Y 39 I3oy's Monogram Club I, 2, 3, 4, I"ootball
Team I, 2, 3, Co-Captain 4, Basketball Team I, 2,
Irack Team l, Baseball Team 2, Class Sergeant-an
BICRTHA LICIGH JOHNSON
Atlme'ti'1'r' . . . horses . . . iz mind qf hrr rrusn
Student Council l, 3, junior YlTcens I, Secretary of
'LLive Y'ers" 2, Little Theater 4, Class Secretary Z5
Latin Club I, 2, Representative to Class Council 2.
DONALD ICIJVVARIJ JOHNSON
I.o1'fr . . .jim boy . . . likablf
Wingrd Words Staff 4, I.A'i'ivAc: Staff 4, Marching Band
2, 3, Concert Band 2, 3, 4, Iflcctions Committee 2,
Student Co-operative Conunittee 2, Art Club Z,
Ifootball Team I, Swimming Team 2, Homcroom Presi-
dent lg History Club President 3, Decorating Committee
for Social I, 2, 3, 4, Nlaintenanceg Refreshments Com-
mittee l, 2, Latin Club 2, 3.
CAUIN TIMOTHY JOHNSON
'LTim" . . . 1fll.Yt'7IlIIlt' . . . still jf70'lL'il1l
Chorus I, 2, 3, 4, Ifnscmble 2, 3, 4, Little Theater 3, 4,
Queen of Hearts Court I.
i , Q
lf S 3 ,
JAMICS C. ,IOHNSON
"l'i11lmni" . . . xizinlmrr . . . 4-fjwcv
Ili-'l'i111r'.v Stall' 3, -Ig Key Club -Ig Marching Band 2g
Coneert Hand lg Little 'liheater 3g l3oy's Monogram
Club 2, 3, l reasurer -Ig Swunnung Team 2, 3, Co-eaptain
-Ig Class 'I reasurer 3g Hoiuerooni President 3, -Ig lileetions
Coinniittee -I-g Latin Club I, lg Sportsmanship Coin-
inittee Operation Spirit -I, Senior H1-Y-I.
MARY IICN' jOHNSON
"R11i'ry" . . . Litrle' om' . , . arrnfxx
lieta Club 3g Senior YTL-ens -Ig Little 'liheater -I, Ar-
senic and Old Laeeg Ciirl's Basketball 3g Musie Club
I, 2, 3g l".ll.A. I, 2, 3g Public Speaking Club 3.
DANNY RRIGMAN jONl-ZS
NIJ" . . . Nurumrfs . . . l'11.w , . . Vrrxilfilzf
Ofliee Assistant -Ig Student Couneil -Ig lfxeeutive Couneil
of Student Couneil -Ig Honor Soeiety 3, -Ig junior Hi-Y
I, Secretary lg Senior Hi-Y 3, Seeretary -Ig Key Club 3.
Vice-President -Ig Little Vliheater 2, Stage Crew 3, -Ig
l3oy's Monogram Club 2, 3, -Ig Queen of Hearts Court
lfseort lg Marshal 3g lraek rleain Z, 3, -Ig Yiee-Presi-
dent of Houierooni I, lg Viee-President of Class lg
Latin Club President l, Zg Representative to Class
ALCIICRRIIC W'Al.l.ACI'f ,IONICS
"li'rrrir" . . . l1lnm1'r'C?l . . . one rgf Ihr' fllrrrf . . . xirzgrr
junior x'-111-ns lg Chorus Ig 2, 3, -Ig Little Theater
3, -Ig Cl.A.A. I, I.. 3g Latin Club lg lfntertaininent
Coinniittee Queen of Hearts -Ig Library Representative -Ig
Council lg' 'lireasurer of N.C,S.P.l. 3, -Ig N. C. Scholastic
GORDON LICNDON JONICS, ,lR.
Tizrzivn Sham' . . . llillllft' lmy . . . rmillr rnl1lfrr4?b
Little lheater Ig Decorations Conunittee lor Social
I, 2g .11f'.l'XliIll -Ig Latin Club I, 2.
ROl3l'lR'l' LONNIIC jONlfS
"Rr1iiiI-V" . . . fnollmll . . . flu' lmirll
l3oy's hlonograin Club -Ig lfootball Team 3. -Ig
lfootball 2g lraek Team I, Z, 3, -Ig llonierooiu Sergeant-
DONALD NYAYNIQ Klfllll
l'Bfmgif"' . . . "TiIlif" . . . Sflldf'lmlcr'r , . . lfllltfliyll meorrirht
Spanish Club 3g Chorus -Ig lfnsenible -Ig Clreen illlllllllll
CLAIISORNIC Ml'fRLl'l KICI,l.Y
Actor . . .
Spanish Club 3, -Ig Chorus lg Concert Hand -Ig Golden
Masqucrs -Ig Little Theater 3, -Ig Plays 3, -I.
Rlfl3lCCCA ROSOLYN KING
'LlIrz'lcy" . . . Stage ffrwtu . . . Lowly to Look At . . . Popu-
llxccutivc Council of Student Council 4, Service Club
4, l,A'i1PAt1 Staff 43 junior Y-Teens l, 2, Senior Y-Teens
3, 4, Little Theater l, 2, 3, Stage Crew 3, 4, flucen
of Hearts Court 3, Secretary-il'reasurer of Homeroom
lg Hi-'liimrx Representative 2: Publicity Committee
of Student Council 3, 4, Latin Club I, 1, Representative
jOY HUNTICR LAMBICRT
un i- , , ,
umlw . . . Irftty Ai A Iicture' . . . 'AThr f.lVt"U.','
Spanish Club 3, 4, Ili-Timex Staff 3, 4, LA'rivAc: Statl' 4,
junior Y-Teens l, Z, Senior Y-Teens 4, Chorus l, 2,
Little 'liheater l, 2, Queen of Hearts Court l, 4, Repre-
sentative to North Carolina S.P.C. 4, Sergeant-at-Arms
3, Publicity Committee 4, Latin Club l, 2, Sportsman-
ship Committee for Operation Spirit 4, Decorations
Conniiittees for 9th, 10th, llth, l2th, Grade Dances
l, 2, 3, Planning Committee for Queen of Hearts
ALlCl'f ANN LANCASTICR
u1'1zr1lci11-Haiti" . . . lim . . . Neat
junior Y-Teens 2, Chorus l, 2, 3, 4, Little Theater 1,
Latin Club l, 2.
RICBICCCA ANNIC LASSITICR
L'Bf'rli'y'l . . . Nite 'll Suwl . . . Sirzfrrz'
junior Y-Teens l, Z, Senior Y-Teens 3, 4, Chorus l, 2, 4,
Little 'liheater 2, 3, 4, Latin Club 2.
SHIRLEY ANNE LHMONS
"Shrrkrt" . . . Honor Roll . . . Sn'rrti1ry . . . Sweet
llllllgfii Words Statli, 'liypist 4, Hi-Timri' Stall, 'liypist
4, Senior Y-Teens 3, 4, Chorus I, 2, 3, 4, Secretarial
Practice 4, Decorations hir junior-Senior 3.
PATRICIA ANN LICONARD
"l'arxy" . . . Rifle-lmiirr . . . Hminx . . . Carr, lm:
lfreneh Club 3, 4, Library Assistant 4, Office Assistant
3, Student Council 4, LA'1'1PAc: Staff 4, junior Yffeens
l, 1, Senior Y-Teens 3, 4, Chorus l, 2, 3, Little 'liheater
l, Z, 3, Ci.A.A. 2, 3, Homeroom President 2, Honieroom
Secretary 3, Y-Teen lnter-Club Council Secretary 2,
Latin Club l, 2, Member of Decorating Committees for
Class Dances l, 2, 3, Member of Class Project Com-
mittee 3, Chairman of Refreshment Committee of
CA'l'Hl'iRlNlf DIQLI, LIQNYIS
"Kitty" .... S nrrtizry In lu' . . . Sfwrel
Library Assistant l, Y-Teens I, 2, 3, 4, Chorus l, Z,
1, 4, Mimeograph Assistant 4, Mizpah Devotional
Group l, 2, 3, 4, Decoration Committees for Dances l, 3.
ALICIC ANN LILICS
lkprrztiizlilr . . . "G, G" . . . xlzmzbrrs . . . laugliin'
Spanish Club Z, Senior Y-Teens 3, 4, Concert Band
2, 3, 4, Little 'lihcater 3, 4, G.A.A. lg Girl's Monogram
Club 3, Cheerleader l, 2, Homcrooni Treasurer 4,
Chairman of lfntcrtainment for junior-Senior 3, Repre-
sentative to Class Council 3, Member of Decoration
Committee for Senior Class Social 4, Member of Re-
freshment Committee for Senior Class Social 4, Chairman
of House Committee hir "Arsenic and Old Lace" 4,
Member of House Committee for "You Can't Take
lt With Xoull 3.
IJORUAIIIIY ANN l,lNl'llIl'lRllY
"Dot" . . . rjffivirllf . . . .v1:1'e'r
Spanish Club Ig ,Iuniur Y-'llcns I. 2, Ig Scniur Xfll-mis
-Ig Chorus I. I. -Ig I,irrIc 'lhcnircr lg Ki.A.A. -Ig l.urin
Club Ig 2,
LYNIJA LOL' IIOYIJ
"l,ou" . . . rlutlnxv . . . usllllff-YH
lfrcnch Club 2, ,Ig III-'IIINIIHY -Ig l,.-viii-Vic: Smll' -Ig junior
X-IL-cus Ig lg Scnior Y-'lccns -Ig lloiucroolii Sccrumiry
lg .Iunmr-Senior l,L'COI'1lflIlg Cuuunirtcc Ig Scninr
Social ltiirurniiliiiiciir Coiuuiirrcc -Ig Ili-I Minsrrcl 2. 3.
Rcprvsciirutiu' to Cluss Council -I.
SAR.-X liA'l'lll'fRlNlf LOW'
L'Si1lly" . . . "Hr Hap" . . . "I.nu"' . . . f7IHlt'll,I'
Spanish Club I. -Ig -Iuniur Y-TL-cus I. 1. Yicc-Prcsinlcnr
Ig l,ntlc lllczitcr lg .Nliilw-Up g.UlI1IIIll'l'L'L' thou Ciin'r
lgllic Ir Xhrh You" lg llccnrzlrioii Coiuniitrcc Student
Cuuucil lliincc Zig Ili-'l'imr.v Rcprcsciirgiriyc ig llccoriiriiig
IIUIIIIIIIUCL' .Iuuior-Senior Ig lJL'L'0I'2lI'II1g Couiuurrcc,
Sp-uior Sm-iiil -Ig Uslicr fur HifY .Nliusrrcl lg l,iirin
Club I, 1.
NANCY UARMAN l,UlJXYlCi
"ll'igqir" . . . I1'r1.vfrir'lliIx . . . film'-gqrfillg
Spanish Club Kg juuiur Y-Tccns lg Chorus I, 2, 5, -Ig
Latin Club I.
ROlIliR'I' IJ. LYNCH
lfulvlfy , . . fimkrr . . . Sllilkl' . . . lifllf' nm'
Chorus 2, Ig liirrlc lhciircr Ig lioy's Moiiogrmii Club
3. -Ig Swuuuung ln-zuu lg 2. I. -Ig lrlniiicrnmii 'l'l'L'LlSllI'L'I'
I. ,Ig l,giriu Club I, 1.
IJORUIIIY Nlfl.l. .Xlc:CONNlfl.l,
"lJimj11r'.v" , . . rlmxr l'iu'ki1ri1'.v . . . loiwzlilr
Sruilvnr Cruiricilg Social Sriimiimis Cmumim-Q ig Hi-
Timrx Staff 2: I,.'K'lll'.-XC Sriifl' -Ig -luuior Y-'Il-cus I. lg
Scnior Y-TL-cus -Ig l,irrlc 'l'l1L-iirur lg I. -Ig Ciolilcu Mins-
qucrs -Ig Cmuniirrccsg Smgc Crcu' -Ig CIAA. lg Spunsor
lg llmiicmruii Scurcriiry Ig l.iitin Club I. lg Dccurzirioli
Criuuuirrcu 2, I, -Ig Play Couuuirtucs 2, S, -I.
ANNA MARIA Mal ,IQAN
lliwrrr . . . llllfqllt' . . . rlle'wli1lz'i1rrx
lfrcncli Club I. -Ig Scuior Y-'lbcns ,Ig liirtlc 'l'lwiirL-r Ig -Ig
lhnccil for Ninth Urinlu Sucigilg lfururc lglnincliizikcrs
nl' Aiiicriczig llugh Morson lg Iliinccil Ihr Quccu of
llugirrs I. 2, I, -Ig Diinccil in lli-Y Yiiricry Act lg Pnstcr
fl0lIlllllffCC lor "You Ciiu't Iiikc It Wirh Xbiiug l.1itiu
Club Ig 2.
HUliICR'l' IRYIN INlA'l"l'HIiVI'S
l"ixl1ir1g . . .frirrldly . . . il1'pf'r1di1l1lr'
lfrcnch Club Z, ig Audio-Yisugil Z, I. -Ig lioy's .Nlouogriiiu
Club -I-g 'lrack 'lbguu 2, 3, -I.
CHARLICS DICBNAM MAYNARD, jR.
I'f'tf' . . . fI11Cl1!'3'0llvfd5l' . . . one -vnlfll likf
French Club 3, 4, Zoology 4.
ICDMUND LINDSAY MICICKINS
Ned .... Hr. l'rf'xid1'I1t . . . idml . . . All-Amfrimll
lfreneh Club Z, 3, Student Council I, Z, 3, 4, Ifxecutive
Council of Student Council 3, 4, Service Club 3, 4,
junior Hi-Y l, 2, Senior Hi-Y 3, 4, Key Club 2. 3, 4,
Boy's Monogram Club, I, Z, 3, 4, Track Team lg Swim-
ming Team l, 2, 3, 4, Student Council Representative
I, 2, Vice-President of Student Council 3, President of
Student Council 4, Representative to Student Council
Congress 3, Representative to Iioy's State 4, Alternate
Representative to Boy's Nation, Public Speaking 3, 4.
SICTH CIICORGIC MILLICR
g'I'rdm" . . . lowr . . . hunter
Library Assistant Ig junior Hi-Y I, Z, Boy's Monogram
Club 3, 4, Football Team 3, 4, IV. Ifootball Team I, 2,
Track Team 2, Holneroom President I, Hoineroom
President 3, Latin Club l, 2.
JACQUICLYN IOAN MILLS
"lin'kie"' .... v rm fwizh iz l'i1fltimI . . .juke'.v???
Mixed Chorus I, 2, 3, 4, Senior YTeens, Decoration
Committee for junior-Senior, Secretarial Practice 4,
Decoration Committee Hur Iiighth Grade Dance.
MARCARICT ICLAINIC IXll'I'CHl'lLL
Nifr 'nfrirm1'ly . . . Stuff-full . . . Nursz'-tn-lvr
junior Y-Teens l, Senior Y-Teens 3, 4, Chorus I,
Iinglish Club C, Latin Club I, 2, Ifrench Club 3, 4.
IAMICS LU'I'llIfR MIlICI.I,l'l
"limm,vI' . . . Sump . . . lilsrd by all . . . Illlllfllf-Vfillf'
Ifrencli Club 2, 3, Student Council 4, -Audio-Visual
Z, 3, 4, High School Sports Reporter for Nruit and
f,hXf'Ti'l'V 2, 3, 4.
I5IC'Ii'l'Y CAROL MOORIC
Starr lmyx . . . mmfr . . . il1t1'i1:id1mlit,v . . . lflr'i111ur'x orllrr
half. . . Ulf.
Library Assistant 4, Uldhce Assistant 4, Chorus I, 2,
3, 4, Mimcograph Assistant Z, 4, Typist for liA'lIl'.MI
and Ili-'I'imrs 3, 4, Latin Club l, Z.
GICURGIC I'ILLIO'I"I' IXIOURIC
'LGrizr1l1Av" . . . lnmflnzll plizyrr . . . good lonlcx
French Club Z, Little Theater I, Z, 3, Plays "Alind Set"
3, Boy's Monogram Club 5, 4, Football Team 2,
j.Y. Basketball Team 2, Baseball Team l, 2, 3, 4, Home
room Vice-President Ig Homeroom Treasurer 4.
PATRICIA ANN .NIUORIC
l'iir.v-v . . . unzip unix! . . . Pllrlpr
Ifren-eh Club 3, 4, Yiee-President 4, lVil1gm1' Wonix
Stall 4, l,A'lII'A!T Stall 4, junior Y-Teens I, 2, Chorus
l, Little 'liheater I, l, Play "Men Are Like Streetearsn
l, Soeial Stantlartls Coniniittee 4, lleeoration for Leap
Year Danee 3, lleeoration for Snowball Dance lg Latin
Club I, l, Secretary I, junior Civie Council 4.
CIIARLICS ISRAIJLICY MORRIS, jR.
Ili-I' . . . that Quill' . . . r'ii.v,v-gnillg
Student Couneil 3, Ili-'l'iwn'x Stall' 3, 4, Sports Vl'riter
3, 4, l.A'i'imt: Stall 4, Sports lfditor 4, junior Hi-Y l,
Senior Ili-Y 3, 4, President 4, Key Club 3, 4, Seeretary
4, l'Ii'Y lfollies 3, 4, l5oy's Alonograin Club 3, 4, Queen
of llearts Court, lfseort 3, Student Co-operative Coni-
lnittee 3, 4, lfleetions Coniuiittee 4, House and Grounds
Coniniittee 4, lfootball Team 3, -l, Football Teani
l, Iraek Team 2, 4, Class President 2, Hoinerooui
lreasurer I, President l, Proieets Coininittee, Co-
ehairnian 3, Class llanee Coininittee I, 3, Registration
Coinniittee lor Key Club Convention 3, Representative
to Hi-Y Convention 4, Latin Club, Ireasurer I, Z,
Publie Speaking Club l, President lg Operation Spirit
LAURA CIARRI'I'I"I' MORROVI'
"lI1nr" . . . !,'ln'mi.vl . . , tlzrnra' up ,truly
Spanish Club 3, Library Assistant 3, 4, l,A'III'AII Staff 4,
Senior Y-'ll-ens 4, Chorus I, l, Library Club 4, Decora-
tion Coiiiinirtee Parent's Social 4, Library Representative
Hoinerooin 4, Latin Club I, l.
MICIIAICL IHUMAS MORSIC
",llil'r"' . . . glzlfifvllafllrnl
Spanish Club l, 3, Stage Crew 4, Audio-Visual 3,
I3oy's Monogram 3, 4, lfootball Teain 4, lfootball
'learn Z, lraek Teani I, Swiinining 'leani 3, 4, Class
Sergeant-at-Atnis 4, Iloinerooin Treasurer 2, Sergeant-
at-Arnis 3, Yiee-President 4, Spanish Club Sergeant-at-
Arms 3, Representative to Class Couneil 4.
Vl'lLLlA.'Nl RUSSIQL .NIOSICIX
Spanish Club 4, Library Assistant lg Chorus I, Aumlio-
Visual 2, 3, j.Y. lfootball 'leani l,4 Iraek 'IL-.ini I, l,
Sxviniining 'Ieain 4, Iloinerooui Ofheer l.
CORA LICIC NIPPICR
"Nip" . . . "I'l1in1' jiugrr, Ifjfr lmmf' . . . Iimmvv . .
Alu'i1y.v ii kind mm!
lfiflgnl ll'rmix Stall' 4, Senior Y-Teens 4, Chorus I, l,
4, 4, Miineograph Assistant 4, Ili-'l'in1rx Representative
4, Decoration Conunittee for junior-Senior 3.
SYLYIA ALLICN NUISLIC
S1:r'r'I wlilr' . . . qnirt, llr'I1f 'II Iliff
Stuslent Couneil 1, Chorus I, Ilonierooiu Yiee-President
3, llible Club at Central I-liigh Charlotte l, 3.
PRANCIQS Llflf USPR
Uxrr . . . Nlllllfll . . .jignrr film . , . ul.lllIt',Wl7Ilf Gul"
Otliee Assistant 3, 4, lfreneh Club 3, -l, junior YTeens
l, Senior Y-Teens 3, Little 'llheater 2, 3, Honierooni
lreasurer 3, Latin Club I, l, Seeretary 1.
5. ,gg ,
A 3 1
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ARTHUR RANDOLPH PALMER
Fuzzy . . . 'wit . . . Deacon Andy . . .
junior Hi-Y 2, Key Club 4, Little Theater I, 2, Audio-
VlSU2ll.2g j.V. Football Team 2, j.V. Basketball Team
2, Latin Club I, 2, Vice-President 1, Public Speaking
Club Z, Representative to Class Council 1, Z, 3.
DAVID WILLIAM PALMER
Nefw Orleans . . . muscles . . . actor
Public Speaking Club 4.
NEAL LAWRENCE PARIS
Winged Word: . . . ohesx . . . quiet
Winged Words Staff 3, 4, Senior Hi-Y 4, Elections
Committee 3, 4, Latin Club, Sergeant-at-Arms 2.
Snakes . . . good looks . . . lofue1f?j
Boy's Monogram Club 4, j.V. Football Team 2: Foot-
ball Team 3, 4, Swimming Team 4, Baseball Team 4,
Latin Club l, 2, Public Speaking Club 3, Spanish Club
JULIAN DONALD PEEBLES
"Fat Boy" . . . 'wit . . .friendly 'words
French Club 2, Oflice Assistant 3, 4, junior Hi-Y l, Z5
Senior Hi-Y 4, Chorus I, Z, Hi-Y Follies 4, Boy's
Monogram Club 3, 4, Football Team 3, 4, j.V. Football
Team 2, j.V. Basketball Team 2, junior Civic Coun-
cil 3, 4.
DONALD GRAHAM PERRY
Don . . . Colony . . . tall one
Chorus I, Track Team I, 2, Swimming Team 3, 4,
Freshman Dance Committee I, junior-Senior Dance
Committee 3, Green Thumb Club 2.
MARTIN ROWLAND PETERSON, JR.
L'Buzzy" . . . Public Speaking . . . Likable
Swimming Team 2, Homeroom Vice-President I,
Homeroom President Z, Latin Club l, Z, Public Speak-
ing Club 4.
WILLIAM VAN PHELPS
Billy . . . Patsy . . . thoughU'ul
French Club 3, 4, Winged Word Staff 4, Audio-Visual
I, Student Council Representative 3, French Club,
Vice-President 3, Latin Club-I.
CHASIC HALL PHILLIPS
Blomiir . . . Camlina . . . ritxllwlrrfx
Office Assistant 4, Ili-Timm Statli I, 2, 3, 4, I,A'i'ivM:
Stall 4, jumor Y-Teens I, 2, Senior Y-Teens 3, 4, Little
Iheater I, ul, Latin Club I, 2, Homerooni Ili-Timex
Representative 3, Illth Grade Protect Committee,
junior-Senior Dance, Decorating Committee 3, 9th
Grade Dance, .Decorating Committee I, 10th Grade
Dance, Decorating Committee 2.
VV I I ,I ,IA M LI'fI'i PUIVI-1I.l ,
Spanish Club 3, 4, Student Council 4, Wirlgfil lVam'.v
Stall 4, Ili-'l'iw1r'J Stafl -I-, junior Hi-Y 2, Chorus Z,
Latin Club I, 1, junior-Senior Decoration Committee.
DOROTHY BYRNIC PRICSSLY
"Dar" . . . N.ll.S .... ,llin1'amr' Srvrrfarvv
Spanish Club 3, 4, Utliee Assistant 3, 4, Student Council
3, Honor Society 3, 4, junior Yrlieens I, Z, Senior
Yfleens 3, 4, Chorus Z, Little 'liheater I, 2, Secretary
of Senior Class 4, Vice-President of Hoinerooin 4,
Hospitality Colninittee 4, Sports Committee 4, Latin
Club I, Z.
NIQLLA URIMICS PURRINGION
"Nr'llir"' . . . 1ll1'I'ffllllI7l!'X . . . 5'2"
lfrench Club 3, 4, Ufliee Assistant 3, 4, Honor Society
3, 4, junior Y1Teens I, Z, Senior YlTeens 4, Chorus
I, 2, Queen ol Irlearts Court Z, Cheerleader 2, Latin
Club I, Z, Representative to Class Council 2, Ilos-
pitality Conunittce 3, 4, Decorating Leap Year Dance
2, 3, Decorating "Snowball" 2, 3, Decorating junior-
Scnior 3, 4.
MIRIAM HILL QUARLICS
'hllirlwll' . , . N.H.S .... Cl1ri.flmt1.v
Spanish Club 3, 4, Library Assistant 2, Office Assistant
3, Student Council 2, junior Y-Teens I, 2, Senior
Y-Teens 3, 4, Program Chairman, Little Theater I, 2,
Latin Club l, Z, N.H.S. 4.
ALLIIC LOUISIC RAPICR
"Lon" . . . Invvrrfs nrllrr IMU. . . Tmein . . . Il'adr'
Senior Y-Teens 4, Chorus I, Mimeograph Assistant 4.
CAROLYN MARIIC RAVYLS
"Tigrr" . . . l.u.rrions . . .fmt pin
Spanish Club 3, 4, Social Chairman, Hi-Timrs Statl'
2, 3, 4, Feature Ifditor, Chairman, I,A'l'lP.-xc: Stall' 3, 4,
Organizations Committee: junior Xffeens 2, Senior
Y-'Il-ens 3, 4, Publicity Chairman, Little lheatcr Z,
llomerooin Secretary I, Hoinerooin Vice-President 2,
Ilomeroom Sergeant-at-Arms 3, l,A'l'iPAc: and Hi-'l'imrs
Representatives I, 2, 3, 4, Representative to N. C.
Scholastic Press Association, Chairman Figure Com-
mittee for Queen of Hearts.
DALIC DORSON RICAVICS
illiillxlrinm , . . N.l".l. .... rhr hrs!
Ifirlgrii Il'1m1'x Statli, 'Iyping Ifditor 4, Ili-Timrx Stall'
5, Little Iheatcr 4, Radio Plays 3, 4, Honieroom
Secretary 4, Latin Club, Vice-President I, President 2,
Public Speaking Club, Student Director 3, President
4, Student Director Representative to Class Council 2,
N.I".I,,. 4, President.
CHARLICS TRUMAN RHODES
uS7II0A'Fy,Y . . . that mr . . . Clmrlie-lwy . . . ii'LL'llll7lj.f to work"
Little Theater 1, 2g j.Y. Football Team lg Hoineroom
l. 2. 3.
KATIIC YVHITF RICHARDSON
"Karr" . . . Typing 'whiz . . . Seen 'with Baby . . . Hot-Rod
Chorus 2, 3.
SUIC FRANCICS LYNN ROBINSON
Auburvi hair . . . fwfr! . . . boys
Spanish Club 3, junior YTeens 1, Z, Senior Y-Teens
3, 43 Latin Club l, 2.
GILBERT LAVVRICNCIC ROTHSTFIN
HGH" . . .football manager .... Hr. Monogmm
Student Council 4g House and Grounds Committee 4g
Service Club 3, 4g l3oy's Monogram Club 2, 3, 4g Foot-
ball Manager 2, 3, 4g Baseball Manager 3g Music
Committee for junior-Senior Danceg Decorations har
junior-Senior Danceg Vice-President of Service Club 4,
Latin Club 1, 2, junior Civic Council 3, 45 Representative
to Class Council 3.
ALMA ,IEAN ROVVLAND
Capable . . . Cary . . .freckles . . . bashful
French Club 3, 4g Ofbce Assistant Z, 43 Little Theater
lg Entertainment Committee for junior-Senior Dance
33 Ticket Committee Little Theater Play lg 8th Grade
Orientation Day Program 3.
DONALD HENRY ROY
"Wl1irlufway" . . . N.H.S .... Ihr best yozfllfind
Spanish Club 2, 34 Honor Society 3, 4g Senior Hi-Y 3, 4,
Class Treasurer 4g Homerooin President 4.
NORMAN ARNOLD RUSSELL
Violinist . . . quiet . . . a true blonde
Library Assistant lg Hi-Timex Staff 43 Little Theater lg
Latin Club 1, 3.
PEGGY ANN SANDERS
UI'eg" . . . Slim 'n Trim . . . shorthand fwhi:
Spanish Club 3, 4g Library Assistant 3g junior Y3Teens
2, Senior Y-Teens 3, 4, Chorus Z, 3, 4g Homeroom
President lg Homeroom Vice-President 3.
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,IO ANN SANDICRSON
mln" . . . Ihr gigglry . . . fllosfjokrx
junior Y-'Teens I, Senior YlTeens 4, Decoration Com-
mittee, Barn Dance l, junior-Senior Dance 3, Senior
Social 4, Latin Club I, Z.
CHRIS NICK SAPARILAS
20-20 IFJ . . .from the old country . . . uS11p"
Hi-Timrs Stall' 3, 4, I,A'iiP,u: Staff 4, Audio-Visual
Secretary 2, Boy's Monogram Club 3, 4, Football Team
3, 4, j.V, Football Team I, 2, Track Team I, 2, 3,
Swimming Team Manager 3, Student Council Izlections
Committee 4, Hoineroom Ili-Timrs Representative
llomeroom President 4, Maintenance Committee Presi-
dent 2, Government Club President 4, Latin Club
President I, Sergeant-at-Arms 2, Blue Finger Club
i, 2, 5, 4.
DOROTHY LOUISE SASSICR
Wim" . . . rourreous . . . rjlrienl
Ollice Assistant 3, 4, Student Council 3, Little Theater
2, Homeroom Secretary.
BICNTON SAPP SATTIZRI-'IIELD
ClIf7III,ff7'j'-l0'L'f' . . ,frifndly . . . aildio-1'i.rm1l
French Club 2, 3, Audio-Visual I, 2, 3, 4.
ANN RUTH SCHICIDT
kLRllfl7IF'v . . . lhnkrf . . . rlmrming
Tenafly High School, Tenafly, New jersey, llditor-in-
Chief, Unirorn Magazine 2, 3, Social Committee 3,
Hostess Committee 3, Music Appreciation Club 3,
Cast, "The Man VVho Came to Dinner" 3, Cast,
"A Date VVith judy" 3, liditorial Assistant, The lirho
Z, 3, Homeroom Secretary 3, Magazine Drive, Home-
room Chairman 3.
BARBARA ANN SCOTT
"Scarf" . . . fllflilljl up
Oflice Assistant 4, Hi-Tiymiv Statlv 3, 4, I,Ai'iv.-ui Stall
4: junior YlTeens 2, Senior Y-Teens 4, Little Theater
2, 3, Stage Crew 3, 4, Social Standards Committee 3, 4,
Poster Committee 4, junior Class Publicity Committee
3, Asheboro High School I, Art Club I, junior-Senior
Decoration 3, Queen of Hearts Decoration 2, 3, "Thu
Can't 'lake It VVith You" House Committee and Usher 3.
BARBARA MARCICRY SCOTT
"Balm" . . . Ifnglixh nfrrnr . . . blnmir . . . I I!'lIil't'f.fllII
Library Assistant 4, Senior Y-Teens 4, Chorus Piedmont
junior High Charlotte I, Charlotte Ci.A.A. I, Concord
2, Basketball Team Concord Z, Draiuatics Concord 2,
Future Homemakers of America Concord I, Henderson
2, Latin Club Charlotte I, Senior Play 4.
BICVICRLY ANNIC SICNNA
"HWS . . . 'Llfiw foot mm 'll ryfr qf lrlmf' . . . vimlrirzllr
French Club Charlotte, N, C. 3, Senior Y-Teens Char-
lotte 3, N.B.H.S. 4, Ci.A,A. Charlotte 3, Marshal
Charlotte 3, Cheerleader Charlotte Z, 3, Class Secretary
3, Hoincroom President 2, Vice-President 3 at Charlotte,
Girl's Basketball Team 3.
ROBERT LICIS SICSSOMS, III
HTeddy Bear" . . . Ym, team . . . pnstfrx . . . lomlrlr
French Club 3, 4, Fxecutive Council of Student Council
4, Hi-Timex Stall' 3, 4, LATIPAC Staff, joke Fditor 4,
junior Hi-Y 2, Senior Hi-Y4, Key Club 4, Hi-Y Variety
Act 4, Boys Monogram Club 2, 3, 4, Head Cheerleader
4, j.V. Basketball Team 2, Manager, Track Team I,
Representative to N.C.S.P.l. 4, Decoration Committee
of Class Dance I, 2, 3, Monogram Club Z, 3, 4, Escort,
Queen of Hearts Court 4, Poster Committee 3, 4,
Chairman 4, "Operation Spirit" 4, Chairman 4.
SUSAN IIICRRING SHARPIC
"S11i'ir", .... N '.ll .... lllfljif nzpnlvlz'
Spanish Club 3, Student Council 2, Honor Society 3, 4,
junior Y-Teens l, 2, Senior Y-Teens, Vice-President
3, Devotional Chairman 4, Chorus l, 2, 3, Ifnsemble
Z, 3, G.A.A. l, 2, 3, 4, Girl's Monogram Club Z, 3, 4,
Poster Committee of Student Council 4, Representative
to National Honor Society Convention 3.
jOANNlC IiI,IZAI3I'l'I'H SINK
Amfnl . . . arlixt . . . sinrrrity
junior Y-Teens l, 2, Senior YATeens 3, 4, Class Secretary
3, Poster Committee for Student Council 4, Poster
Committee for United Fund Drive 4, Latin Club Secre-
tary l. 2.
I3l'fT'I'Y SUIC SLATICR
L'Z11la" . . . 'wil . . . bird-legs . . . sfwrrlfst ymflljirzd
French Club 2, Ili-Tiizlfx Stall' 3, 4, junior Y-Teens l, 2,
Senior Y-Teens 4, junior-Senior Decoration Committee 3.
ALICIC ROBIOUX SMITH
"Swim . . . m'rryh0dy's idml . . . N,H.S .... service
Ol'I'ice Assistant 3, Student Council 4, Ifxecutive Council
of Student Council 4, Service Club 4, Winged Wordx
Staff, Corresponding Secretary 4, junior Y-Teens l, 2,
Senior Y-Teens 3, 4, Secretary, Little Theater l, 2, 3,
Queen of Hearts Court 2, Marshal 3, 4, Sponsor l,
Cheerleader l, 2, 3, junior-Senior Decorations 3, Chair-
man Senior Social Planning Committee 4, Lost and
Found, House and Grounds Committee 3, Alternate to
Girl's Nation 3, Representative to Girlls State 3, Latin
Club 1, 2, junior Civic Council 3, 4, Representative to
Class Council 2.
jUANNl'i IJICLURIS SNIITH
Ula" .... S hart and mere! . . . 'walls
Mimeograph Assistant 4, Hi-Timer Staff 3, junior
Y-Teens 2, Senior YlTeens 3, 4, Little Theater 3, 4,
G.A.A. l, House and Grounds Committee 3, 4, Poster
Committee 3, 4, Invitations for junior-Senior 3, junior
Class Project 3, Hi-Y Variety Act 3, Latin Club 1, 2.
ICDNVARD BILSSON STICICLF
'LTrf'le" . . . 4-fwllrrl prrwlmliry . . . Ihr mort . . .
French Club Z, junior Hi-Y l, 2, I3oy's Monogram
Club 2, 3, 4, Manager j.V, Football Team l, Football
Team Manager 2, 3, Homeroom SCfgC3UI-Hf'AFlllS 3,
junior-Senior Decorations 3, Queen of Hearts Decora-
tions 4, Senior Social Decorations.
ICDVVARD HARRIS S'I'l'lINI3ICRG
Student Council Hugh Morson l, junior Hi-Y Hugh
Morson l, 2, Boy's Monogram Club, Football
Team I, 2, Homeroom President l, Homeroom Vice-
Prcsidcnt, Hugh Morson 4.
j0YCIL MARIE STICPHENSON
muff! . . . irrft that suvfl? . . . blonde curls
Spanish Club 3, junior Y-Teens l, Publicity Chairman
2, Senior YTeens 3, Treasurer and Financial Committee
4, Chorus l, 2, 3, 4, Public Speaking 3, Skit for Brothers
and Sisters 4, G.A.A. l, Hi-Times Representative 2,
Library Representative 4, Public Speaking Club 3, 4,
Representative to XlTeens Camp 3, YTeens Inter Club
Council 3, 4, Decorations Committee for Senior Party
4, Treasurer of Psychology Class 4.
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ROlllCR'l' RICX S'l'l'fPlll-INSON I-IUCil'fNli ICRYIN IIIOMPSON
ulfiilfiil lx'r,1"' . . . liiitumfl . . . llllfllllll lilv' .1 II1IIt'l4llI"I.',I' . . Srlmol xmrr' . . . ffliirimfr . . . "I xrrrmii Ihr million"
IV'-f"'!' lfxccutivc Cfouncil of Studcnt Council, lrcasnrcr -lg
Stutlcnt fiouiigil Ruprcsuntativc I, lfrcncli Club Z: SUFVICC fllllll l- 'll Mllrtlling liantl I, 1. l, Officer -ls
Ili--'lifmxv Stall, Advcrtising -I, .Xlarcliing Iland I, 2, Z, Cnriccrr lillllkl 1. 3, -la School Store I, 2, I, -I, .Xlanagcrg
Ufhccr -Ig lluincrnoin 'lrcasurur 4, .Nlaintunancc 2, 3- SfllLlCIlff:0lll1CIl. 'lrrasurcr -I.
N'Il.l,lA.XI IURNICR TIIOMPSON, VIR.
SARAH lflilfAl5lf'l'lI SIONIC "Lil l'm"' . . . .iriwr . . .frirndly
"Sli" . . , l'-Yrrm' . . . ll'Ill'lJl'I' Spanish Qfluli Eg Library Assistant Ig l,ittlc 'llicatcr lg
l,ilirary Assistant I, Scniur Y-'ll-uns 4, -I-, Prcsinlcnt 'll'1llCli PICUIII lg llmiicrrimii 'lircasurcr I, ljrcsidcnt R3
flruup I4 Cilmmg 1, lit-frggliim-tif ffmnnliffu-Q -llmitir- .Al21lllI'L'll1lllk'C Cfrcw 5, llccuration ifmnniittcc liar -Iunior
Scniorg Decorations Cfmninittcc I, 2, ig laitin Club I, 1. 5U'1l0f l-
V ,H Nlil.l.llC ANN 'l'U'l'UR
XX ll,l.lA.NI ORAN Sljl l lull, -IR. wIfWm,-- .mf ml U14 4
1 .-Iflll' . . . limit!-liuy . . . Drum illrlfllf . . . l1liII,YffIlf l.'rCm,h Club 4' 4: cfhmus I' 3, +L GAA. li ,V hh GMX
Lliorns -Ig ,Nlarclnng liantl I, 1, 4, Ulliccr -I, llcaml Major, ,Xloimgrain Cflnlm 4, -I.
.Nlaiiitciiaiicc Clrcw 2: Cflu-inistry l,alm Assistant -I.
V V 1 y ,,,, Y V JOHN ICIXIAR UPCIIIURCII
HPR ABU BRXANI ul HARRHNL' IQN Cllillllfllvll pole'-iuilrlirr .... Ur. lfii,vl.'rrli.iIl . . . flu' lfrxr
xlfml frilly . .. Rf'ii,.wv1.ynzlrfzff Spanish Club Q, 4: Marching Band lx 3' gg Conwrr
l,.-uiiuuz Stall -Ig Llmrus lg Audio-Xisual 2, 3, llmnu- Band 2, 3, 4, lioy's Monogram Club -I, Basketball
mum Ilrcsnicm I' Team 3, 43 ,I.Y. liaskctlmall 'lbain I, 2, lrack loam 3, -l.
VIRGINIA ELLEN URQUHART
'AGinny" . . . Troy . . . one of the three . . . Third finger,
Library Assistant Ig Hi-Timer Stall' 3, LA'i'lPAt1 Staff 4g
junior Y-Teens lg Senior Y-Teens 4, Secretaryg G.A.A.
3,- Mimeograph Assistant 4, Intramural Sports Com-
MAURICE B. VARNER
'lFarmerl' . . . manager . . . Monogram . . . Niee
Stage Crew I, Boy's Monogram l, 2, 3, 4g Football
Team I, Z, 3, Manager j.V. Basketball Team I, Home-
room Officer 2.
JOYCE LEE VAUGHN
Ulzzieyl' . . . third finger, left hand, CChadJ . . . Louise's
l1aU . . . eyebrows
Senior Y-Teens 4, Mascot Committee 4, Entertainment
Committee for junior Senior 3.
HILDA LEE VVALKER
'4Sandy" . . . sportmuhiz . . . romio
French Club 3, 4g Student Council 3, I.A'i'iPAr: Statli 4g
Chorus 1, 2, 34 Ensemble 4, G.A.A. 2, 3, 4, Vicc-Presi-
dent 3, President 4g Girl's Monogram Club 2, 3, 45
Basketball Team Z, 3, Captain 4g Tennis Team 4, Home-
room Officer 4, Representative to Class Council 4,
Mizpah Devotional Group 2, 3, 4, Presidcntg Softball
Team 2, 3, 4, Girl's Sports Editor Eur Hi-Times 4g Student
Co-operative Committee 2.
FRANK PRIVETTE VVALL
"I'ri1'y'l . . . N.H.S .... Serviee
Student Council 2, 4g Executive Council of Student
Council 4, Honor Society 3, 4, Service Club 4, Senior
Hi-Y 4g Marching Band lg Audio-Visual 35 Homeroom
Oflicer 2, 3, 4g Latin Club 2, 3.
VVILLIAM MERRITT WALLACE
UBill" . . . manager . . . Service Club . . . Peg
Service Club 3, 45 Senior Hi-Y 3, 4g Audio-Visual I, 2,
Boy's Monogram Club I, 2, 3, 4, Basketball Team 2, 3, 4,
Baseball Team l,'2, 3, 4g President of Service Club 4g
Vice-President of Hi-Y 4, Sergeant-at-Arms of Mono-
gram Club 4.
NANCY FINCH WALLACE
"Fat Finch" . . .full offnn . . . N.H.S.
French Club 3, 4, Vice-President 4g Student Council 4,
Assembly Committee 4, LATIPAC Staff, Co-Faculty
Editor 43 Senior Y-Teens Service Committee 3, Club
Council and Program 4, I-lomeroom Oflicer Secretary-
Treasurer l, Vice-President 2, Secretary-Treasurer 33
Decorations Committee I, 3, junior-Senior 3g 8th Grade
Orientation Committee 3, Parents, Social Committee 43
Invitations and Entertainment 4g Latin Club I, Secretary
23 junior Civic Council 35 Music Appreciation Club lg
National Honor Society 4, Publicity Chairman and
Secretary 4, Reporter Hi-Times Stall.
MARTHA COLMAN VVARDLAVV
'walk . . . 'keornyu . . . eurlyhead
junior Y-Teens 2, Little Theater 2, 3, 4g Part in 'lYou
Canlt Take lt VVith Youvp Homeroom Treasurer 2,
Latin Club l, 2, French Club 3, Decoration Committees
for Class Dances I, 2, 3, Chairman Make-up Committee
for Senior Play, Senior Y-Teens 4.
j0l-IN FRANCIS VYARNICR
"lark" . . . nice looking . . . lirtlr' monster
Spanish Club 3, -lg Library Assistant Ig Little Theater
I, l3oy's Monogram Club 3, -lg lfootball Team
lg lrack Team 3, -lg Swimming Team I, lg Public
Speaking Club lg Page Ig Representative to Class
GLICNN LAMl3l'1'l'H VVARRICN
N,H.S .... tlmt tllllillilfftl look . . . rlnirtzrrrr
lfreneh Club 3, -lg llonor Society 3, -lg Senior Hi-Y -lg
Chorus 1, 3, -lgw lfnsemble 3, -lg Vice-President of Class
-lg President of N.H.S. -lg President of Broughton lin-
seinble -lg junior Civic Council -l.
l,liSLIl'f ARCHIIC VVATSON
"l.. A." . . . xrrn 'wifh Billy . . . lnixlvrlaall
Spanish Club 3, -lg l,.ix't'il-Ac: Stall' -lg l'loy's Monogram
Club 3, -lg Track Team I, Z, -l.
SARAH SUIC Vl'l'fA'l'HlCRS
hm partirx .... 9 parlixll 'warring . . . ll'.1l'r Forty! Illlllllul
Spanish Club 3, -lg Library Assistant Ig Orliee Assistant
la junior Y-Teens I, lg Senior Y-Teens 3, -lg Little
Theater 1, 3, -lg Play Committees 2, 3, -lg Decorations
Ibr Dances I, 2, 3.
VYlLl.lA.XI BUXTON XYHISNANT
"Hm'lt"' . . . fllU,Yl'j0L'!'5 .... 1 'whiz
l'il'CllCll Club 3, -lg ll'i11gr't1' lVo'rilX Stall -lg Hi-'l'ilm'r
Stall -lg Concert liand lg Little Theater Zg Audio-Visual
:gl lllpmeroom Sergeant-at-Arms Ig Public Speaking
, u i . .
RAYMOND SPIQNCIQR YVICKILR
"Ray" . . . Hilxkdbtzll . . . pro!!-v lwvv . , , l.o11gG,'ir'u' Gunlfrls
junior lgli-Y I, Zg l3oy's Monogram Club -lg Tennis
Team 2, 3, -lg Basketball Team 3, -lg j.Y. Basketball
Team 2, Homeroom Sergeant-at-Arms -lg Representative
to l5oy's State 3.
NANCY LU VVILSUN
"l.m'ux" , . . N.ll.S .... lfrrizriw 'writing
Spanish Club 3g Oflice Assistant -lg Student Couneil Ig
llonor Society -lg Wirigril Wordx Starl' -lg junior Y!Teens
lg Senior Y-Teens 3, Little Theater I, lg Cl.A.A. 2, 3g
liirl's Monogram Club 2, 3g Treasurer of Latin Club
Ig President of American History Class 3, President of
Creative Writing Class -lg Latin Club I, 2.
lllLLY DONALD lX'ILLll"ORD
"Willie" . . . Se'r1'irr Club . . . "Irish" . . . Those' fyrs
Service Club 3, -lg Senior Hi-Y -lg Little Theater I, 2,
Z, -lg Golden Masquers 3, -lg Plays 3g Boy's Monogram
Club I, 2, 3, -lg School Store I, Z, 3, -lg Tennis Team
2, 4, Track Team lg Homeroom I, 2, 3g Monogram
Club Dance Committee 2, 3g Sports Committee -lg
Representative to Class Council 2, 3.
SHICRRY ANNIQ VVOOLDRIDCIC
MBIUVIIIYFY . . . mnwrtiblz' . . . boys
French Club lg Hi-Timex Stall- 3, 44 junior Y-Teens
1, lg Senior Y-Teens -I-g liighth Grade Chorus.
MARY IQLIZABICTH VVORKMAN
Poisf I third 'nger lefz hund
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Chorus I, 2, 3, 4g linscmble 2, 3, 4g Mizpah Devotional
2, 3, 43 Latin Club 1, 4.
JOHN NEVVCOMBE WRIQNN
Hliig l'VT6'7l7lll . . . crew cut . . . Frenrh fworriex
French Club 3, 4g Chorus lg Audio-Visual lg Football
Team 3g -l.V. Basketball Team 3g Latin Club I, 2, 3.
SHFILA KAY YOUNG
4'Welia" . . . "Red" . . . Sfwfet Dink
Library Assistant l, 3g Hi-Times Staff 3, 4g l.A1'1PAc:
Staff 4g junior Y-Teens 1, Zg Senior Y-Teens 34 Little
Theater l, 24 G.A.A. 3, 45 Secretary of Homeroom Zg
Secretary-Treasurer of Homeroom 44 junior Civic
Council 3, 4.
jlMMIH BRUCE NEWTON
'LSmuannah" . . . Horselaugh . . . Parixian S710"LU7HH71f?J
Spanish Club 3, 43 j.V. Football 25 Football 3g Decora-
tions Committce junior-Senior.
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president, Donald Fry, vice-presidentg Nancy Browning, secretary,
Gary Dozier, treasurer, and Bobby Shoffner, sergeant-at-arms.
VW: co-operated with the junior Hi-Y in cleaning the walls of the
old wing for painting as one of our service projects. VVith the money
received from selling drinks, magazine subscriptions, and Christmas
wrapping paper azaleas were planted on the school grounds.
On April 9 the junior-Senior was held. The theme for the prom
was a tropical island with a native god reigning.
Faye Arnold, jean Leach, Billy Brickhouse, and Landrum Manning,
represented us as marshals.
VVe realized how fortunate we were to have Mr. Smith as class
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l I , I' Ann Denmark Celeste Ferrell
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Bruce Rollins I f r A Ziqueda Smits
Ronald Roy A fwb MAX, Nicki Stamey
V Sally Ruark 6 Margaret Starnes
' Eugene Rule Pflfwfyff David Stephenson
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l.rfft lo TiQ1II.'J0 .-Kun Hudson, jack Pindell, jane Agsten, Miss Vlilkinsou, David Parker, and john johnson.
'l'he Sophomore Class eleeted the following orlieers for its 1953-1954 year:
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john johnson, . . .4.. Vice-Presif1'w1t
jane Agsten ..... ........ S vcrfmry
jo Anne Hudson. . , ..,....... Trmxzznfr
David Parker ...... .... . Scvgmllt-at-AWm'
Miss lfVilkinson continued as class adviser.
The elass participated in the magazine sale in the spring. 'liheir annual soeial, which was a square
dance, was held on March 26 in the gym.
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Robert Babber V' ' M Britton .lean Coley
Betty Brown ' ,i - lull e Brooks I Harry Combs
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GRADY FERRELL. .
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DAVID RICRMAN. .
GEORGE KAHUY. .
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Lfjfl to righf: Ned Neekins, Bob Alphin, Danny jones, lrving Thompson, Mary l.ouise Lineburger,
The Student Co-operative Association was
organized in 1929 with the Student Council to
assume leadership. liach student in Needham
Broughton automatically became a member of
this association, although the Student Council
did all work necessary. The Student Council
membership consisted of ofhcers of the council,
homeroom representatives, and chairmen of the
council committees. The Student Co-operative
Association gradually became a mere Hgurehead
and in 1950 the Student Government, recognizing
a need for a new constitution, changed the gov-
erning body ofthe school to the Student Council.
The membership in this new governing body is
the same as in the old Student Council with the
exception of the addition of a representative of
each class to the Student Council. The executive
council was then made a part of the Student
Council and met twice monthly.
livery student in the school is represented in
the Council through his homeroom, thus there
is no reason for any student's suggestions
concerning improvements he or she wants, not
being acted upon. The Student Council is or-
ganized for the benefit of each and every student
and for the good of all.
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I"ir.vr mv: Aluxnmicr, Alphin, Astcn, Baker, Barker, Bray, Brickhousc, liroomc. Srmmi muz' Bullard, Byrd, Culupbcll
Cfnrpcnrur, Cuvim-ss, Cellar, cil'QlI'L'l", Cfrirrcndcn. plillifrf raw: Dughi, Dunlap, lfulnmks. lfulmnks, NJ lfuirlmlxks, Unrncr
Ullllctrc, Hnlrcllcr. Hfllrlll rrrux' Henson, Hillmzm, Hnldcly, joncs, Kcncdy, I4-Hurt, l,cnrz, IACIIILIIKL lfrftll rims: Lincbcrgcr
Xlklllllillg, Mcckins, Miller, Mizullu, Hoody, Ncwron, Norton. Sixfh rout' Putcrson, Pimlcll, Powell, Powell, K.g Rnynor
RL-nfrcw, Richard, Rnmlcll. Srwlllll mic: Smrncs, Scssoms, Sn-vous, Simmons, Smith, Sourlwrlund, Tlmompson, Underhill
lfiglllll rms: NWN, U'ilson, Carpenter, Ford, King, Luuch, Nllyburn.
flllllllllll llnunvil Commilwes
I. Ifnlxxnrnls, R. Xlcllnnnlll, ll. Harris, M, Parc, . Alizcllc, H. 'Ii l'Tllll2lllkS, lf. Ncwro11, R. Rnlficld, ll. lXl1ll'I'l1L'XYS, D.
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Rfxlrinsmm, 'll ljtrlr. ff, llcnrn, T Vlingflcld, B. Szxrtcrhcld, lf. lfnnvillc, T Stnnc, Ci. Miller, IC.Spul1cL-r, li. .-Xshcr, DI. lxirkf
land, S. Urnle.-rwoml, R, Nelson, lf. Browne, S. Wblmb, -I. VYcuvcr, Hnrrill.
ASSEMBLY AND POSTER
lwfz fu riuln' Wlxrnur, llurclmcr, XYmy, Ruynor, Gullcrrc, Pcdcn, Zciglcr,VAllcn, Vllallacc, Garner, Sharpe, Garner, Rcn
frQw, Rnurk, Smith, SCSSOIIIS. Snell, Reeves, Hines, Sink, Armstrong, Overman.
Student Uuunuil UIIIIIIIIIIIIIHIHS
lf!! In right, IIIIIIIIIIIQI I Imtupwlm, IH-1-Imlw. fI.INII1L'Sh.'IUl1k'S, I.LlIIlIlL'I'f, lu-5, I'uIcl1, Kiraly.,IHl1n'S,,I0I1IlwI1. II.trm'ttt'. IIVHH ll
mg. SIIIHIUI I1r.1u-r, I'rt-sslv, II.1tcIu-r. U IISHII. Hrmutiy, Iirnxvlcy. Puringtun, Iigtrkcr, Illrpuntcr.
IUSI AND I"OL'NlJ AND SOCII.-XI, S'I'rXNDARDS
l"1r,tl rms, lrjl In rfqlflf Ilntrltcr, Scott. KI.1rsm1, Purccll, Mrmrc, Iiiclwtt, Srmml m'u'.' IIIIIOIHIWMIII., .lultlmny Kf.1xll1uss, XYIIIY,
Morse, Stmutc, Iirjxxluy. l5'.u'lc mis: Ciux, Iicrnstciu, Dozicr, juncs, Mintz, XVIII, IViIIiHxrd.
Student Uouneil Committees
lfrrfrll mir, lfjff in rixqlll: Gray, Bryan. f1h11lIlljCI'S, Cfnvincss, Smith, Bickcrr, Mr. linluly, .Unldlr rmr: XYFLIY, Rosticn
,xiUI'l"lS, Bnkcr, Morse, Nlrllucc, Ulall, Vtilliford, Pindcll. Burk mic: llood, PL'LiL'll, Prcssly, BL'FIlSfL'ill, hloncs, Bromm
W I B55 'Lf .
Bullard, Agstcn, Bickett, Brickhouse, Barker, Bernstein, Hartzog, Alphin, Hhllacc, Morris, Purcell.
Top rms, lrjfl In rzlulll: lfmlcrwooil, Cfiivim-ss, lfislicr, lfllislnirg, fllcflriickcii, Pindcll, Nlorsc, filniiiiliurs, Sink. liiillpird
Pairkcr, Brickliriiisc, Hrny, blcnkins, Nlr. Liiitliiciiiii. Huftwll rims: jolinson, lliillzlcc, Hartzog, Morris, Paris juiius, .-Xsllcr
Mintz, .long-s, lk-1.-lilcs, Szipiirilliis,
Purcell, jones, Morse, Pindcll, Alphin,'!,Eberl'iart. Pcdcn, Ca
Collins, Goodman, Hicks, Parker, Kennedy, Bullard.
rson, Broome, Scott, Ford, Cmiphcll
ational Honor 'miiety
Sr'i1fr'i1', lfjff In fflQ1lf.' Graham, liadu, Sharpe, Warren, Purrington, Wall, Bickett. Sfmrld row: Green, Smith. Pressly, Crater.
Caviness, Wallace, Sink, Alla, lrlester, Browning. Thim' row: Roy, G. jones, jones, Baker, liraty, Paris.
lhe Needham Broughton chapter of the National Honor Society was formed in 1939.
lhe qualifications necessary for membership are scholarship, leadership, character, and service.
'lb be chosen a student must have an average of 90 and be outstanding in the other three characteristics.
lfligible students are voted on by the members of their class and then selected by a board composed of
members of the society and faculty members. lfach year IO per cent ofthe senior class and 5 per cent
ot the rumor class are tapped.
lhe club's purpose is to promote scholarship, leadership, service, and character throughout the
Glenn Warren, . . ...... I'rarid1'11l c
Frank Hall . . . . . . l'ic'z'-ljmvidzfilt ji v Hy- fr'
Susan Sharpe . . . ...... Secwtirry C '
Don Roy, . . , . . 'I'1'm.r111'f1' l ' it. il C K , I i i ' "
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SI'llIlII'.K'.' Susan Sharpe, Nella Purrington, ' o"- f ' , 'W
Dorothy Pressly, Caroline Bickett, Alma ssa 'A il R E
Graham, Alice Smith, Nancy Vlallace, Betsy I iv 4 4 X ,Q-5
Caviness, julia Crater, Carolyn Green, Glenn quiz 'L N I t
Warren, Gary lfisher, Frank Wall, Don Roy, 'Q' f i tfs -
Danny jones, Bill Baker. 1
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lmliorr: Robert Sink, Nancy Browning, 'N-. XV , 4 y l
Margaret Beatie, johnny Cella, Ginger Hes- l ift'2i,iQfTfYIii', fl '
ter, Margaret Paris, ,lerrY jones. tts, ,gpg . .i gt-, . -,ia
I'rr'.sw1f illt'llll7l'I'A'.' Claude Broome, Barbara Carpenter, .lulianne Crater, Betty Cray, Betty lflood, Ned
Meekins, lfrvin 'l'hompson, Billy Vlillifbrd, Bill Wallace, Clil Rothstein. Nrru' .lIrl11lu'f'.t.' Becky King,
Betty Barker, Frank Wall, Carolyn Clreen, Dale Reaves, Dot Pressly, .-Xlice Smith, Danny hlones.
Spring .lIz'111lu'r.t: Mike Morse, Charles Morris, Bill Biclcett, Donald Cox, lid Steele, Bob .-Xlphin,
lfaye Arnold, jerry jones, Robert Sink, Mary l,ynn Moody, Robert Stewart, Betsy Purcell, llenry
llelms, Kin llateher, Mrs. Sharpe, Mr. Barnes.
Bill Wallace. . . ..... IJl'l'Xilit'llf
Ciil Rothstein. . . ...... l'in'-l'l'1'xid1'l1t
Betty llood .... . . .S1'rr1'ftr1'y-'I'rmxlflw'
Billy Xlilliford. , . . . .Srf'g'r't11lr-tvr-H1 rms
ln order to give recognition to those students who have rendered outstanding service to the school,
beyond the call of duty, and who have not been recognized, the Student Council organized the Service
Club. 'l'he privilege of nominating someone is extended to all students and teachers. A meeting is held
to discuss each candidate and vote on them. A unanimous vote must be received by a candidate in order
for him to be admitted to the club.
ln the fall, one induction is held for seniors only, and in the spring, one induction is held for juniors,
seniors, and two teachers. lhe membership never exceeds 32. lhe names of the new members are
revealed in a very impressive assembly program attended by the student body and parents of the new
members. After each name is revealed on a large card, the student goes to the stage and a summary of
his service to the school is read.
Lfjff fn rigllr: Gcorgc lfaiirbanks, Business .Niziiiagcrg Bill Bickcrt, lidirur-in-Chicfg Gary Fisher, Advertising Manager
Berry linrkcr, Scnior Iiditor.
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Thlf J 1
ie early tall with the eleetion ol' "Bill" liiekett, editorg
- lfairhiinks, hnsiness manager: .uid the .IIVPWYYYIIICITT Ofifillfy
advertising manager, with Betty Harker. senior editor, the
ui the IW?-94 edition of the laxiiifxr hegan. llollowing
eleetiolis, Ll large supporting stall w as ehosen.
sting with the .Inmor elass were ,lane Uayhurn and l"ayL
- while managing the sophomore work were l,ynda l.loyd
rhara Ciarpenter, Patsy .Xloore with Dot ,XlCciUl1llL'l-l handled
k ol eompiling the lfreshman elassg Sally Ives with Patsy
Leonard eontrihuted their elliorts towards the Suh-l"reshnieng
and fiarrett Morrow with Naney iiaiiiim- eolleeted the laeulty's
iliraeing the Seniors' wonderful years at Broughton were lietty
Hood and the senior editorg as Charles Morris with llilda Walker
managed the sports seetion in harmony with their eapahle eo-
helpers. Our thoughts were expressed perleetly hy Alma Ciraham
who wrote the lledieationg and lietty Gray tended to the lfeature
Seetion. 'lihe eleyer iokes were due to the uiany spare hours of
liohhy Sessoms and liarhara lirawley, and the eluhs were assisted
hy Carolyn Rawls and Virginia Urquhart. Viiriting the numerous
senior eaptions were Wayne Bullard, 'Iohn liikle, Chase Phillips,
lieeky King, Carolyn Anderson, and liarhara Seottg and adding
new iest to eaeh page were Danny -Iones and liohhy llines who
used their artistie ahility in eartoons.
ln late Oetoher the seniors voted to detiieate the l.xiiv-xii to .'Xlr.
llarry lloward who had served them during the years as their
adyiserg and later the seniors' pictures were taken hy Waller and
Smith, while the Delmar Studios of Cfharlotte took those of the
'lihe eolleeting of ads was handled hy the journalism elasses under
the leadership ofliary lfisher, and due to the support olithe typing
elasses, the annual was soon ready for the press at lfdwards and
Hlhday you see the final produets ol' nine months work. lt repre-
sents the saerifiees of many persons who have endeavored to
hring you a glimpse of this year at Needham lironglitong and the
tinie of Miss Laura llelen Pasehal without whose guidanee this
hook of memories eould not have heen produeed. we truly hope
that you the reader will he satisfied with this aeeount ol' your
unforgettahle ION-5+ year at Broughton.
lfight times during thc school year 1953-
'5-4-, the students of' Broughton unfolded
their eopies of' the Ili-'I'iw1'.v, the sehool
newspaper whieh serves as a monthly
history of' student aetivities and attitudes.
Alost of- these readers were familiar with
the types of' artieles usually found in the
paper, but very few knew the amount of
work which had gone into the preparation
of these artieles and into the nnifieation of
the paper as a whole.
Before work was begun on any given
issue, Miss l.aura Helen Pasehal. adviser,
and Alma Graham, editor, deeided upon
the artieles to be featured and upon the
students to write these arrieles. 'lhen a
tentative udunnnyn was drawn, the stories
were assigned, and the iournalistie wheels
began to turn.
As feature editors, Carolyn Rawls and
Martha Dean kept pages two and three
running smoothly. lfor the first issue they
provided introductory sketehes of' student
organizations and new teaehers. Later, in
the Christmas issue, they featured the
works of' ereative writing and iunior
lfnglish students. Carolyn and Dean saw
to it that the popular "Guys and Dolls" as
well as many other varied artieles appeared.
Chris Saparilas, llilda wzaia-f, and john
Bikle of' the sports pages were other im-
portant spokes in the wheels of' progress.
"Saparilas Says" established its author as
an authority on Raleigh lligh sporting
events, "Girl Sport of' the Month" was
spieed with originality, and MCap of' the
Month" always eommanded interest. Also
important in the preparing of' the sports
seetion were Staey Holmes ,Milton Haynes,
Charlie Morris, jimmy johnson, and Nor-
wood Parker who penned aeeounts ofigames.
lfditorials also had to be written. Clary
lfisher, Dot Pressly, Glenn Warren, Gloria
Cartwright, Donald lfry, Mary johnson,
David Blackwood, and Molly Barnes
assisted the editor in diseussing in news-
print student attitudes and problems.
W'ithout good illustrative photography,
journalistic reading matter seems tasteless.
David Anderson helped to supply the
H1-'l'i111.f'x'. Under the supervision of
Sandra Hilliard, ads solieited by Kit Bern-
hard, Carolyn Anderson, Billy Uihisnant,
and lflainc Mitehell were carefully staeked.
The paper was one step nearer to the
As soon as the various artieles were
eompleted, they were whisked up to the
typing room where advanced typing stu-
dents sueh as liouise Raper, joyee Vaughn,
and Cora Nipper transformed them into
legible form. ilihen all were proofread and
a permanent dummy was made. At last
the l1'i-Timrx was on its way to lCdwards
and Broughton. l"or the first, Christmas,
and senior issues, the printers prepared
eight pages of eopy.
Soon the printed eopies were sent baek
to Broughton, but work was not yet over.
A Ili-Tinley representative from eaeh home
room was responsible for the paper's
distribution in his room. Students had to
reeeive their eopies before they eould
unfold and read them.
A few of' these readers did know the
story behind the Ili-'l'im1'i', for they had
been a part of- it. 'lhey had tried to raise
the standards of' the paper, to improve the
school and reeord its progress through the
paper. VVhatcver sueeess thc 1953-S4 Ili-
Timrs has achieved should be attributed to
p Junior Literary pMag'a ine
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lfirxl rrrw, lfjfr lo right: .laekie Raynor, Nancy liall, Ginny Simms, Ann Cfanipbcll, Macon Richardson.
Srmuil rms: Ann Crittenden, lfleanor lzvans, Carol Carson, l.ou Chapinan, Betsy Ashby, Sandra Ainerson, Susan Peeler.
Tllirii rrmx' Hobby Noble, Chris Suiter, Sally Underhill. Mclfoy Southerlantl, Roy Stephenson. lxiillllll Maki, Carolyn
llur Best to You
.lane Agstcn ..... ......... I fditor Bobby Noble. . . . .A.v.ri.vri1l1f Ifditor
.-Xnnc Crittenden. . . . .flxxixriiflf lidimr liucia jones. . . ..... S1'm'mrv
listablished at Broughton in 1952, the junior I.iff'1'n'ry 1l1cILQ'L'1Zlllf' is a publication which reccgnizes
the writing ability of under-classmcn. Headed by Mr. Napowsa, the staff ofthe magazine is composed
ol' sub-freshmen, freshmen, and sophomores. The purpose of thc organization is to select the best
papers sent in from lfnglish classes and to publish them.
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Sratfd, lfjfr to right: Nicki Stainey, Barry Collins, Neal Paris, Billy Paris. SZandinQ,firrt row: Carolyn Green, Lota Brian
,Az 5. Alan Bradford, Nancy Lou VVilson, Dale Reaves, Carolyn Harris, Margaret Paris. Standing, sfmnd row: Donald Fry
W5 Frances johnson, joanne Tripp, Billy VVhisnant, Lynne Courtney, Caroline jackson, Patsy Moore, Nancy jones, Gloria
xl "' Cartwright.
5 H Q ,Neal Paris. . , ......... Editor Barry Collins. , . . .... Pztblifity Editor
.faq ,Q Alan Bradford . . .Axxixtant Editor Patsy Moore .................. Layout Editor
'15 Nancy W'ilson ,.,. ......... W ritirig Editor Carolyn Green and Nicky Stamey . .Art Editori'
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5 rg Alice Smith ..,. .... C orrrxporldzrzg Secretary Dale Reaves .......,.......... I ypirig Editor
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f ..- bf Donald Irry .... . . .Bzmrzeivs illiirltigrr
Q 'fx ' The literary magazine, Winged Words, is edited by students. lt is composed of themes, essays,
poems, and prose written by the students.
The idea for the magazine was originated in the creative writing class whose adviser was Mrs.
Phyllis Peacock, and it materialized into a magazine in january, 1951. The editor-in-chief and all the
other editors of the magazine are elected from the creative writing class.
The purpose ofthe magazine is to provide a publication that contains material ofa different variety
from the Hi-Timex.
'lihe lirst Key Club in Raleigh was organized September 26, 1950 with thirteen eharter members.
'lihis elub, sponsored by the Kiwanis Club of Raleigh is a service organization.
As an International Organization composed of over 16,000 boys, this elub has six obieetives:
l. 'lio develop initiative and leadership, Z. 'Ib provide experienee in living and working together,
3. 'lo serve the sehool and eommunity, 4. Flo eo-operate with the sehool principal, 5. To prepare for
useful eitizenship, 6. jo aeeept and promote the Constitutional Ubjeets of Kiwanis International.
'lihe membership is eomposed of the male members of the senior, iunior, and sophomore elasses
who have good eharaeter and leadership ability. The live annual proieets of every Key Club are: l.
A banquet lor the parents, 2. A banquet for sehool leaders, 3. A model program for Kiwanis Club,
4. A model sehool assembly program, 5. A vocational guidance program.
Cerry Hartzog. . . ...... l,I't'.Yldl'l1f Charles Morris. , . . , .Sn'n'mry
Danny jones. , . .,.,.... l'iz'f-l'r1'.vidz'Ht jimmy johnson ..... . .'I'rmx11rf'r
Max Bryan ,,....... ..... . St'7'AQt'17lIf-111'-f17'lII.V
FIU!!! row, lrjf! fo righlf Allen Norris, john Hikle, Russell llray, jimmy johnson. Srmmz' mme: llal Miller, Charles Morris,
Max gliryan, Danny jonc-s,Cerry Hartzog. Page Bernstlne. ylllfnl mfw: jerry Holleman, Phil Brewer, Bobby Sessoms, llob
Alphm, Clary l'1sher, Semi Mintz, Pete lfberhart, Fuzzy Palmer, jimmy Hunter.
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The Little Theater is an organization composed of students interested in dramatics who wish to
learn as much as possible about acting, costuming, make-up, stage-setting, lighting effects, current
plays, and in general, anything connected with the art of the theater.
The Little Theater is open to sophomores, juniors, and seniors and is directed by the teacher of
Membershi in the dramatics honor societ the Golden Mas uers, serves as a reward for the
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students in the Little Theater who have done outstanding work in dramatics. liach year, the Golden
Masquers present a play in the Carolina Dramatics Festival in Chapel Hill.
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Lfjft to right: Neil Hudson, Billy VVilliford, johnny Holt, Hal Miller, Betty Gray, Betty Hood, Martha Dean, Mary
Lynn Moody, lidwins Armstrong, Lee Goldin, Bettie Sue Caviness, Martha Preston, and Miss Wilkinson.
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l'.l'f'll1f mic, Izjfl lil riqlll: Robert Stewart. Neil Hudson, Billy Nilliford. and Richard Rutherford. lfiifk fllill' llot Xlefionnell,
Pat lngle, Cierrie Preston. Carolyn Green, Barbara lirawley, Sara Clullette, and Alma Graham.
llroughton's honorary dramaties soeiety, the Golden Masquers, exists for a twofold purpose:
that of reeognizing those students who have exeelled in one or more phases of the dramatie arts and that
of promoting interest and participation in dramaties among Broughton students.
'l'wo yearly induetions in the fall and spring serve to fulfill the first purpose of the soeiety. l.ast
fall, three seniors: Merle Kelly, Barbara Brawley, and Dot Meffonnellg and two iuniors: Neil lludson
and llielc Rutherford were recognized as new members of' the Golden Masquers. Shortly afterwards,
these new members were honored at a dinner meeting. ln the spring. an induetion eeremony was held
in assembly during which time two seniors and a eombination of' fiour iuniors and sophomores were
taken into membership.
Seeing the need ofthe llramaties Department for more and better equipment, the Clolden .Nlasquers
deeided to undertake a money-raising proieet whieh would help to meet this need. Annually, the so-
two others sponsored by the l,ittle 'l'he'1tre. the festival play was pre
sented in the sehool auditorium, the proeeeds of the program being
used to purehase some of' the needed equipment.
eiety presents a one-aet play at the Carolina Dramaties Festival in Chapel llill. This year. along with
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l,ittle 'liheatre by ushering for some of its plays.
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Carolyn Green. . .
Sara Clullette. . .
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The Broughton Library Club under the guidance of Mrs. Ralph McLain and Miss Nancy Hinson
was reorganized for the first time in several years this year. The club is made up of all assistant li-
brarians. One of the highlights of the club this year was the attending of the North Carolina Library
Convention held at Hugh Morson High School. ln February, the Library Club gave a tea in honor
of the faculty. Field trips were taken to several of the near by college libraries in order to learn more
about the larger libraries.
The club is very small but is slowly but surely growing into one ofthe best clubs at Broughton.
zllemberx: Carolyn Coggin, Helen Sutton, Gloria Byrd, Martha Derr, Barbara Holt, Pat Harley, Pat
Houser, Mary Powers, Louise jones, Kay Renerson, Mary Catherine Edmonds, Ann lillis, Sara liwell,
Gretchen Barnette, Mary Sue Herring, jo Anne Tedder, Patsy Leonard, Betty Moore, Garrett Mor-
row, Carolyn Rawls, Barbara Scott, Peggy Garner, Carolyn Gaskill, Annie Lou Smith, Gordan Welsh.
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l.fjfl In rlqlll: lin-:lu-s, Wkmllnrll, llill. Rape-r, Cfclln, -Iohnson. Sffllfllf mir: jncksrmlm, Collins, liwlttiu, Sink, Paris, Spin
l'lnnl' mic: ,Xlk'Clill1S, I'.l'1llIk'l', l'mrm'tt, lhvls, lluyus.
'irxf rmzx' RL'2llflL', ffullins, Ciulln, Rmvcs, Nlycrs, Paris. Srmrlll rouz' Sl'L'VL'llS, linlrnctrc, lirmlllml, I'1l'1lZlL'l'. Yeung, Sink
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Mary Beth Williams
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First rms, lrjft to riifhr: Riehard Viprkinan, Frances Folk, Carolyn Mallard. Allen Norris, .Leon jackson, Ilirrrtorq Glern
Anderson, Mary Wimrkinan, Hilda Walker, Richard Cfurlee. Sfflllldl mis: Glenn Warren, lxathryn Harrison, l,ueia jones,
liin johnson, Lemina Baueoin, Page Bernstein, Peggy Sullivan, Katherine Ciupton, Gene Bostian.
'l'Hl'i 'BRUUC ll l'liON VOCAL l",NSl'lMBl,l'i, now in its third year has to its credit some one hundred
txienty-live appearances, in radio, TY workshops, and eoneerts for eivie eluhs, sehool assemblies, and
out of town eoneerts. 'l'he group has maintained a Superior rating in the state inusie contests. ilihey
sing with the full Mixed Chorus in the annual presentation of Handel's .N1lfSSlAI'l, and also the pro-
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A brilliant fanfare and a snappy entrance brings the famed Marching Hundred onto the field for another one of its
spectacular halftime shows. This year's Marching Hundred performed at games and parades in Raleigh and out of town
with more than fifty original formations for the Raleigh fans.
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'lihe highest honor that can come to a bandsman at Broughton is to be a member of rhe fine Symphonic Band. This
group is carefully selected through audition to achieve a perfect balance in instruiuentation and lmisicianship. 'l'he Sym-
phonic Band has a full eoneert schedule beginning in September, playing both day time and evening concerts in Raleigh
as well as in other towns and cities.
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Preparing and perH1rming assembly concerts provides both experience and pleasure for members of the Broughton
High School Varsity Band. Many students from both the Varsity Band and the Symphonic Band are also members of the
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During the school year of '53-'54 the Senior Hi-Y has sponsored many worthwhile activities in
their effort to "create, maintain and extend throughout the home, school, and community high standards
of Christian character." One of the most successful of their projects was "Operation Spirit" which
soon spread to many parts of the state. The club sold Student Directories, Light Bulbs, and B.H.S.
Bracelets along with presenting the Hi-Y Follies and sponsoring the last dance of the year. All pro-
ceeds from these proiccts were put into a Scholarship fund or put back into the school in some way.
ROSTICR OF NFICDHAM BROUGHTON Hl-Y
Bob Alphin, Bill Baker, Phil Brewer, Billy Brickhouse, Max Bryan, Manly liubank, Clary Fisher,
Gerry Hartzog, Milton Haynes, Henry Helms, jimmy Hunter, Danny jones, jerry jones, Ned Meckins,
Semi Mintz, Charles Morris, Neal Paris, julian Peebles, Donald Roy, Bobby Scssoms, Robert Sink,
Bill Wallace, Frank Vlhll, Glenn Vkhrrcn. New Mfmlnrrx: Bill Swain, Pete liberhart, Billy Williford, Gil
Rothstein, johnny Upchurch, johnny Cella, jerry Holloman, Alan Bradford, jimmy johnson.
Firxr rms: Ned Meekins, Bobby Scssoms, Charles Morris, Bill Wallace, Robert Sink, Henry Helms. Sfmnd rout' jerry
jones, Bob Alphin, Phil Brewer, Billy Baker, Billy Brickhouse. Third row: Gerry Hartzog, julian Peebles, Max Bryan,
jimmy Hunter, Danny jones. Fourth mu: Mr. Howard, Donnie Roy, Frank Wall, Neal Parish, Semi Mintz, Milton
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Hieks, George Hines. Sffbllil' rms: liill jarrett, jenky jenkins, john johnson, jimmy Kennedy, 'Iimnnny liittle, Zeno Martin,
lferg Norton. Yllffif rms: lfveret Norton, David Parker, jack Pindell, Grey Poole, Bill Shinn, Robert Tyson, Bill VVilson.
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.lIr'111lu'i'.v.' jerry lillisberg, David Parker, jack Pendell, jenky jenkins, lfverett Norton, john johnson,
Phil Collins, Monty Hicks, 'lommy l.ittle, Zeno Martin, Robert 'lyson, Bill Shern, George Hines,
Bill W'ilson, Greg Norton.
'lihe purpose of the junior Hi-Y is to create, maintain, and extend throughout the home, school,
and community the high standards of Christian Character.
I'li1rfnr111.' clean speech, clean sportsmanship, clean scholarship, clean living.
Activities during the year included: l. Going to a different Church every month, Z. Giving a PA
System to the Phys. lid. Dept., 3. A Christmas party for the underprivileged children, and 4. Presenting
a trophy to the outstanding coach ofthe year.
Tho Mi ooh Devotional Group
Often small in number, but always strong in spirit was this inspirational devotional group which
met every morning at 8:20 in the auditorium. The group worked diligently to strengthen Christian
ties within the school. lfach morning, a member of the group presented a brief worship, while once
each week, a guest speaker was invited. The main project of the year was a religious emphasis week
during which a week-long series of inspirational speakers were invited to bring messages to the group.
lt was clearly understood that every Broughton student and teacher was welcome.
The ollicers for the year were: Pnfxidelll, Hilda XValker, V iff-Presidmt, Dorothy Presslyg Sfcre-
tarier, lillen Pemberton, Sallie Ives, and Susan Peelerg Tmzmrer, jimmy Davis, Publicity Chaiwlmll,
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Norman Russell. Semnd row, left to right: Sallie Ives, Sara jean Davis, Miss Smaw, joyce Stephenson
jean Leach, Sylvia Kilpatrick. Third row, left to right: Nancy liubanks, Margaret Henson, jean Fogle-
man, Mary johnson, Peter Maupin, Eric Elliot, jimmy Lyndon, Lynn Howard, Peggy Howard. Four!
row: jimmy Porter, john Wrcnn, Buzzy Peterson, Robin Crittenden, Semi Mintz, Bob Wynn.
Ruins, Purringron. Uslsors, Lirrlc. Burke, Oscr, Clullcrrc, Phillips, llcnmgrk, bluhnson, Scssoms, Cnvincss, joncs,
Kiraly, llusrcr, Cloldin, Nlxlvcr. lr1fmf1t.' Stevenson, llilllldlly. and Holyhcld.
lfronl mic, lfjff rn rigln: fciglcr, liickctr, Clcmcnrs, Nbmi, XYayhurn, LL-vi, Crosby, Anderson, Cfnrpcmcr, C
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Front mrw: Ned Meekius, Seth Miller, Bobby Sessoms, Max Bryan, jimmy Chambers, Gerry Hartzog, Charles Morris,
jiimny Barnes, jimmy johnson, Ceorge Moore. Snwid rnfw: Ray Vkieker, Bobby l.yneh, l,arry lfllis, jimmy jetlries,
Diek Park, Milton Haynes, Riehard Ray. Sonny Mounteastle, Pete lfberhart, Danny jones, Russel Bray, lfred DeBcrry.
Third mfw: 'lbuimy Stone, jerry jones, Paul Chamblee, lid Steele, Semi Mintz, Chuek jaek Vklirner, Mike Morse, Rex
Rouse, joe Hurt, Ciene MeCraeken, Bill Baker, Morris jones. Fourrh rms: johnny Upehureh, Billy VVillilord, Randy
Harrell, VVhirley Boxley, Robert Tyson, Bobby Wlirren, julian Peebles, joe Bennet, Henry Helms, Mr. Ringgold. Fifth
m'u': Donnie Upehureh, Clary lfisher, Bill Wallace, HllllCfI Matthews, H. T lfubanks, Bob l,iles, Chris Saparilas, Nor-
wood Parker. lan! rrme: Alan Bradford, Phil Brewer, Roddy jones, Lem jenkins, Hubert A. Davis, Stack Holmes, johimy
Mackey, jimiuy Cherry.
'lihe Monogram Club was recently organized in 1945 by the Raleigh lettermen. Any boy who
has reeeived a letter is eligible for membership in the club.
'lihe Monogram Club had several proieets this year ofwhieh selling tiekets to and ushering at basket-
ball games and sponsoring a food drive for needy families were two ol the IIIOSI' important. A danee
was also given during the year by the Club.
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Pemberton, Nancy Howard, Barbara Green, Anne Pearce, judy Bledsoe, Minnie Barnes, Barbara
Pleasanrs, Betty jean Lloyd, Carolyn Knight, Nancy Alford, Sharon Vklall, jean Foglcman, Caye
Branham, Nancy Mel,awhorn, Betsy Gillespie, Margie Brooks, Molly Hare, Polly Fogleman, Dorothy
Hill, Wanda Astin, Betsy Ashley, Pat Renfrew, lfllen Whitman, Nancy jones, Carolyn Harris,
Saralyn Pricketr, jane Low, Patty jo jones, janie Clement, Sarah Beverly.
Girls Athletic Association
This year the Broughton Girls' Athletic
Association and the junior Girls, Athletic
Association were combined into one club. The
advisers of the group were Mrs. Shirley Green
and Miss Dot Stone. A new intramural program
was used at the first of the year, but it included
only the 10, ll, and 12 grades.
Tennis rackets hummed with the smashing
of backhands and forehands as the '53-54'
season opened. First we had to learn the funda-
mentals and have a few practices before the
singles and doubles tournaments were played.
A mcn's exhibition game between Mr. Goldman
and a State College player brought the tennis
matches to a close.
Tumbling was the next sport attempted by
the girls. '4Head stands," "forward rolls,"
"flying angels," and sore muscles became the
fad with this bunch. After practically wearing
out the mats, we persuaded the teachers to let
us start playing basketball.
Basketball is the major seasonal sport of the
G.A.A. The group was divided into nine differ-
ent teams with Sarah Beverly, Emily Kees,
Faye Branham, judy Allen, Sylvia Snell, Nancy
McLawhorn, Wanda Astin, Patty Cooper,
and Ann Lambert elected as captains. Each
team was composed of all 8, 9, and 10, 11, and
I2 graders. Only one team of the 10-12 graders
was represented. For the big event of the year,
the Student-Faculty, this one team and one
elected member from each of the other teams
made up the Students' team. After having lost
to the Faculty last year, the girls were out to
win. That was before the game. When the
final buzzer buzzed, the Faculty had a seven
point lead. The Students cut a twenty point
lead down to the seven, but they could not make
the extra points needed to top the teachers. A
clean game and good sportsmanship resulted
though, and that is a good compromise.
I-rfff ffl riqhl: jane l,ow. Saryln Priekett Over the liarsl
Carolyn llarris, and Nancy Nluntlord.
Alter basketball season, we worked on the apparatus. 'lihe parallel hars, horse, rings, and ropes
kept us occupied until we went into volleyball.
Softball was the last sport of' the yearg and, as in basketball, the games were fast and exciting.
'lihese games brought to a close a very successful '53-'54 season of sports for the girls. 'lihe linal
honor came when those girls who had earned enough points received letter awards in assembly.
Ci.A.A. Ul'il'ilCfl'iRS Lffr to flltlflli Xlrs. Cireen, Miss Stone, lfllen
Peinlmerton, Nancy ixllllllltlftl, Carolyn Harris, .Nlary jane cilCEllCllf,
Watson Holyficld Carroll King
ltzvvwe Coarh Head Coach
jimmy Ringgold Chris Shay
Barkjifld Caarh Line Coach
Looking back over the 195 3-1954 football
season one sees thrills, excitement, and a lot of
humiliating defeats. At the start of the season,
everyone was hopeful and optimistic about the
team, perhaps too optimistic, for the coaches
faced a problem of rebuilding an experience-
shy squad into a triple-A football team. Every-
one knew that there was a lot of work to be
done if the team was to come near the previous
year's record of seven wins against two defeats.
A lot of work was done, practices were held
twice a day, six days a week under a broiling
August sun. A lot of attention was given toward
rebuilding the backfield, a backneld which lost
such stars as jackie Murdock, Lennox johnson,
joe Moody, and All-State Don Voorhees. Big
gaps were also left in the line when All-State
Tommy Newton, Kent Stephenson, and jimmy
After three Weeks of sweat, bruises, and
banged-up elbows, the 195 3 edition ofthe Raleigh
Caps was ready for battle. The starting lineups
for the season showed: Max Bryan and Richard
Ray, ends, Larry Ellis and julian Peebles,
tackles, Lemuel jenkins and Charles Morris,
guards, joe McGee, center, Gerry Hartzog,
quarterback, Pete Iiberhart, fullback, Chris
Saparilas and Roddy jones, halfbacks. The rest
is history. Three wins and seven defeats is
disastrous in any coach's book. lt would not
be fair, however, to say that the season was a
failure. lt would not be fair to the coaches, the
players, and the sport itself. When a great
team loses games because its players halfway
do their best, it can deservingly be termed a
failure, but when thirty-seven boys who are
the object of much criticism go out on the grid-
iron and do the best of their abilities and still
come out on the short end of the score, then
that's the way the "ball bounces." No one is
making any excuses for the team. The boys feel
they did their best with what they had and it
wasn't enough, that's all there was to it.
The end of the season brought with it itS
usual honors. The annual Ambassador Theater
award was presented to Gerry Hartzog. Bobby
Collins and Carl Wills were elected to serve as
co-captains for 1954. Larry lillis was picked
to play in the annual Shrine Bowl game for
Raleigh, and Lemuel jenkins will represent his
team in the lfast-West game in August. To
Larry lillis was presented the R. C. Lassiter
award for Sportsmanship, which is awarded
annually in memory of their son, Bobby, a
former Raleigh High Athlete.
Co-Captains Gerry Hartzog and Lem jenkins, Coach King in center
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Ends: Richard Ray and Max Bryan
Raleigh High School opened its 1953 football
schedule with a 14-6 win over little Fuquay
Springs on September 4th at Riddick Stadium.
Pete Eberhart started things off with a bang
for the Caps with an 85 yard touchdown gallop
on the opening kick-off. llberhart had excellent
blocking by the entire Raleigh team, as not a
man touched him. With Gerry Hartzog holding,
Lem jenkins kicked the extra point. The Cap's
second touchdown came on a six-yard plunge
by fullback Robert Mangum. jenkins added
the extra point to make the score 14-O.
Fuquav made their score on a pass play that
eventually covered 75 yards. Fuquay was play-
ing way out of its class but put up a stiff battle
against the Caps by holding them scoreless
for three quarters
Chris Saparilas was one of Raleigh's chief
ground gainers. Also playing good ball in the
backfield for Raleigh were Eberhart, Gerry
Hartzog, and Robert Mangum.
Raleigh's line was led by Lem jenkins, Charles
Morris, julian Peebles, and Richard Ray.
The Greensboro Whirlies of Coach Bob
jameson scored a surprising upset over Raleigh
21-0 before 5,000 fans in Greensboro's Hrst
game and they showed a considerable amount of
strength. Raleigh held their own until midway
the second quarter when the Whirlies switched
from the split-T to a double-wing offense. This
proved' to be too much for King's boys.
Wayne Wyrick scored the first touchdown
on a pass that ended an 88 yard drive. Raleigh's
line had little effect on the powerful running of
the Greensboro backs.
Greensboro scored on their first attempt in
the second half, when a bad Raleigh pass from
center on fourth down gave them the ball on
Raleigh's 34. ln three plays they had scored
In the fourth quarter, Raleigh rendered the
ball to Greensboro on fourth down on the
Whirlies 36. They then opened a drive that
produced their last touchdown. Standouts in the
Raleigh line were Lem jenkins, Charlie Morris,
and Larry lillis. Pete liberhart, Gerry Hartzog,
and Chris Saparilas were standouts in the
Durham's liastern Conference Champs proved
their power by whipping Raleigh High 28-7
before 7,000 fans on September 18, at Riddick
This was the second straight defeat for the
Caps as against one win.
The Bulldogs showed a pair of fast running
backs in Billy Weatherspoon and Bobby Honey-
cutt. Honeycutt scored Durham's first touch-
down on a 60 yard iaunt around end after
receiving a pitchout from quarterback Mason
Wilkins. Don McClintock kicked all four
extra points for Durham and also scored the
third touchdown for the Bulldogs on an eleven
yard plunge in the third quarter. Wilkins played
Backs: Pete Eberhart, Robert Mangum, Chris Saparillas, Roddy jones
superb ball for Durham as he passed for two
touchdowns, one to end Paul Pulley and the
other to Rogers
Raleigh's only touchdown came on a pass
play from Gerry Hartzog to end Phil Brewer.
This play was set up by a 75 yard drive by the
Caps. Outstanding in the Raleigh line were
Larry Ellis, Lem jenkins, joe McGee and
The Raleigh High Caps scored their first
AAA victory here by defeating the Wilson
High Cyclones 20-0. The loss was the fourth
straight for the visiting Cyclones while the
Caps racked up their second win against two
defeats to even up the season's record.
lfarly in the opening period Hartzog pitched
out to Bob Creel who galloped 60 years to
score. The touchdown was nullified because of
an offsides penalty.
After nearly two periods of scoreless battle,
the Caps began to roll. Pete Eberhart took a
pitch-out with less than a minute to play in the
Hrst half, and passed to the Caps' brilliant end,
Phil Brewer, for the first score in the first half.
With two seconds left to play Gerry Hartzog
passed to Richard Ray who made a beautiful
catch for the second score.
Raleigh's final score came in the third period
when Hartzog found Ray in the open again, he
hit Ray with the scoring pass from ten yards out.
Lem jenkins, who booted two of the three
attempted extra points, led Raleigh's defensive
Raleigh High School had its hands full in
defeating the strong Dunn Greenwaves 19-6
before 5,000 fans on October 2nd at Riddick
Stadium. Pete Eberhart, substituting for the
injured Gerry Hartzog, played a brilliant game
in leading the Caps to their third win of the
Raleigh scored first on a 50-yard pass from
Eberhart to Phil Brewer who caught the pass
over his shoulder on the seven and went over
standing up. Brewer made the conversion and
put the Caps ahead, 7-0.
ln the third quarter the Greenwaves drove
to the Raleigh five for a first down. The Caps
held for three downs. On fourth down, Pete
Eberhart intercepted a pass and raced 96 yards
for the score.
The Caps scored again after driving to the
Dunn 20-yard line where llberhart sneaked it
Dunn's only score came on a sleepy end pass
from Daly Goff to Dickie Surles.
Outstanding offensively for Raleigh were
Pete Eberhart, Chris Saparillas, and Phil Brewer.
Roddy jones, Lem jenkins, Larry Fllis, and
Charlie Morris played excellent ball defensively
for the Caps.
Wilmington's Wildcats took an 18-0 victory
over the Caps in a game played at Riddick Stad-
ium. Raleigh, favored in the contest, gave its
poorest performance of the season.
jim Williams led the Wildcats by scoring
one and setting up the other two touchdowns.
Wilmington marched 98 yards for its first
touchdown with Watson going over from four
yards Ollf. The half ended with Wilmington on
the one yard line.
Raleigh never advanced the ball pass the
Wilmington 30 and was held to three first
downs. The Wildcats' second and third touch-
downs came in the last quarter. Having moved
from mid-field, Hardy scored from the eight.
The last touchdown came after Hartzog's fourth
down pass fell incomplete. On first down,
Williams went over right tackle and ran 56
yards for the score.
Richard Ray played one of his best games
defensively along with Lem jenkins and Larry
Goldsboro High School successfully completed
its homecoming festivities with a 14-0 win
over Raleigh before a capacity crowd in Golds-
The defeat knocked Raleigh into sixth place
in the liastern AAA Conference. lt put Golds-
boro into a tie for fourth place with Wilmington.
Both teams played on even terms throughout
the first half.
The lfarthquakcs capitalized on a Raleigh
fumble in the third quarter for their first score.
jack Paley recovered the fumble on the Cap's
eleven yard line. Later on, quarterback Dortch
Langston scored from the one. Billy West
kicked the extra point.
VVith the last quarter barely underway,
Langston intercepted one of Gerry Hartzog's
passes on the Goldsboro 41 and returned it to
the Raleigh 17 before being stopped by Hartzog
and Charlie Morris. After a series of plays had
advanced the ball to the 5 yard line, Daughtry
carried over for the score. West again converted
for the extra point. This wrapped up Goldsboro's
scoring for the night.
Late in the final period, tackle Larry lillis
blocked a Goldsboro punt on thc Quakes' eight
yard line. The game ended with Raleigh on the
The Caps were again without the running of
Pete liberhart, who injured his knee in practice
prior to the VVilmington game, and Co-Captain
Lem jenkins, who hurt his ankle in the first
quarter and was unable to play thereafter. Both
of these boys are expected to be ready for the
Burlington encounter. julian Peebles, Larry
lillis, and Charles Morris led the line play.
Raleigh traveled to Burlington on October
Z3 to receive one of its worst defeats in several
years. The Raleigh Caps were routed by the
Burlington Bulldogs 46-O.
ln the first quarter Burlington scored four
times. Holmes Hardin started the drive by
galloping 61 yards to score for the Bulldogs.
Then Bobby Roach ran 60 yards for another
six points. Another run and a short pass by Coy
Clayton gave Burlington a 28-0 lead. Roach
got four for four in extra-point attempts.
Raleigh managed to hold Burlington in the
second quarter, but in the third quarter the
Bulldogs struck again. Hardin starred in a 64-
Linemen: julian Peebles, VVade Caulberg, Larry lfllis, Bob Dixon
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yard touchdown run. At the end of the third
quarter Burlington led 34-0.
Early in the fourth quarter Burlington was
on the move again to score from Raleigh's 8.
Burke ended the scoring by moving from
Raleigh's 18 into the end zone to make the final
Raleigh threatened only once. In the fourth
quarter the Caps fought to Burlington's 20.
lntercepted asses and fumbles helped to stall
Raleigh's offense. This was Raleigh's fifth loss
against three wins.
The cold, snowy night of November 6 kept
the Fayetteville Bulldogs alert as they beat
Raleigh's fumbling Caps 28-0 before a shivering
home-coming crowd of 1,500 people.
After a scoreless first quarter, the Bulldogs
rocked the Caps with three touchdowns in the
second quarter. A 73-yard touchdown march
was climaxed by a pass from Aycock to Rich-
ardson for 36 yards and the first touchdown.
Berry kicked the first of four extra points to
make it 7-0 for Fayetteville.
The Bulldogs kicked off, and Raleigh fumbled
on its 32-yard line. Fayetteville recovered, and
on the next play Aycock again hit Richardson
with a touchdown pass. Berry kicked the extra
point and Fayetteville led 14--0.
Fayetteville scored again when Gerry Hart-
zog attempted to lateral at his own 36. He
fumbled and the Bulldogs recovered. ln four
plays the Bulldogs had their third touchdown
with Cribb going the last 24 yards for the score.
Berry converted and Fayetteville led at the
The third quarter was scoreless, but on the
first play of the fourth quarter Fayetteville had
its fourth touchdown with Cribb going the last
17 yards for the tally. Berry kicked his fourth
straight extra point ending the scoring for both
Outstanding for Raleigh was the punting of
Richard Ray who got off several long boots
during the evening. Lem jenkins, Larry Ellis,
and julian Peebles were best, defensively, for
Rocky Mount defeated Raleigh 19-13 before
a crowd of 1,500 in the winner's Municipal
Stadium on November 13.
The Caps led 13-7 at the end of the first
half only to lose this lead on the second play of
the second half. Rocky Mount went on to take
the lead for keeps on a one-yard plunge by
Harper after four unsuccessful stabs at the
mighty Raleigh line.
Raleigh came up with one of its best games of
the year. Everyone did his job well for the
Caps. Outstanding in the losing cause were
Bob Asher, julian Peebles, and Pete Eberhart.
Raleigh's Final Conference record is 1-5 and
the over-all record is 3-7.
The Cap's should improve on this year's
record next season. Although 17 lettermen were
lost, many capable performers will be back,
plus some promising j.V. candidates.
Bobby Collins and Carl Wills were elected
to lead the team as Co-Captains.
I"lrxI row, lqfr fo fllllllfl Phil Collins, johnny Ballentine, joe Warenfiell, Henry Harris, Don Harrison, Doug Sallanger.
Srfrnn! rufie: Roddy Crosby, Bill XYilson, jerry lfllisberg, john johnson, Norman Crumpler, Whirley Boxly, lfrucst Price.
Tllinl rms: Billy Dowd, H. rlf lfubanks, l,ouis Gurkin, Robert Singleton, 'Ioininy l,ittle. lfred Beachain, Blais lfllis.
Ixflllflll rrmx' Coach Clyde Walker, .Xlonty Hicks, Roger jones, George Hines, Randy Harrell, Spec Underwood, jenky
jenkins. Ififfll rout hloniiny Uverlnan, .Nlanagerg lfverette Norton, Morris Bernstein, Chester Bullard, Billy Nance, Bill
jarretr, Benny Rideout, Manager.
Junior Var ily Football
Raleigh High's 1953 j.Y. football team had
its most successful season since the outfit was
organized in IO47.
Coach Clyde VNhlker's team ended the season
with a record of 4 wins and 3 losses, and one
tie. Two of' these defeats came at the hands of'
Durham. The other loss came at the hands of
Wilson, and the tie was with Rocky Mount.
'lihe wins were over Goldsboro, twice, and
Rocky Mount and YYilson once.
'lihc Little Caps best showing of' the year
was with Goldsboro, defeating them 66-0, with
nearly all backs and some ofthe lineinen getting
in the act of' scoring. Some of' the outstanding
players were Doug Sallanger, fullback, Randy
Harrill, halfback, and l,ouis Ciurkin, guard.
Raleigh .,.....,. 26
Goldsboro. . .
Raleigh, . . . . .14 Wlilson. . . , .
Raleigh Rocky Mount
Raleigh. . . . . .O Durham. . . . .
Raleigh. . . .... 66 Goldsboro. . .
Raleigh Rocky Mount
Raleigh Durham .....
Raleigh VVilson ....
CENTERS-john johnson, VVillic Myers, Richard Ray.
Var ity lla kethall
Coach Carroll King and his assistant Watscmn
Holyfield were faced with a big rebuilding job
with the basketball team this year. By way of-
graduation, jackie Murdock, Lennox johnson,
jack Cell, Fmminy Teague, Thomas King, Don
Stiene, and Roy Poole were lost to the squad.
These boys were the first seven men last year.
However, eight experience-shy lettermen were
returning and from these eight there was pro-
duced some All-State material.
The Caps started ofi' the season with Coach
King still looking for a combination that could
capture the class AAA state championship for
the third straight year. As the season progressed,
the first string was composed of Pete Fberhart
and Semi Mintz at the guard slots, Richard Ray
at center, and Fred llebcrry and julian Adams
at the forward positions. livery good team has
to have a strong bench and, consequently, these
five men had able backing from Grey Poole,
Rex McMillian, johnny Upchurch, Milton
Haynes, Ray Wiieker, Bill Brickhouse, Billy
Hitchcock, Roy High, VVillie Miles, and john
The Caps dropped their first four games but
came right back to win the next six beft
losing a close decision to Rocky Mount
Raleigh 55-53. Five more wins were record
before the Caps lost again to the same Roe
Mount outfit 65-63. VVilmington also licked t
Caps once in league play. VVhen the liastc
Conference race was over, Rocky Mount vt
in first place with an ll-I record, lN'ilmingt
was in second place with a 10-2 record, a
Raleigh owned a third with a 9-3 record. Ralei
had a 12-7 overall record. However, it nit
be noted that the Caps lost three of' these gan
by two points, and two games by one poi
VVith a little luck, the record might have bc
Looking forward to next year, the coaehi
staff need not have any worries. Only Ada
and liberhart will be lost from the first-strii
Upchurch, Haynes, VVicker, and Miles will a
be gone. With three first-stringers returni
plus an experienced bench and several top-flig
j.V. players, Raleigh should be in the thick oft
running for another State Championship.
Coach King and Coach Holyfield have worl-
many long and hard hours with the team
produce a championship outfit. Much ere
should be given to them for helping bring bz
the State Championship for the third straig
The Kinston Red Devils pulled a surpris'
victory over the Raleigh Caps at Kinstt
Darwin Williams, scrappy guard, starred
the class AA team won. lt was a close ga
from the beginning. The score ran as follox
first quarter, Caps led 17-ll, half, Caps
31-29. Until the final 1:46 seconds, the C:
led the way, but Fred Deberry, who had
ball, fouled Williams, and VVilliams pushed
the final and deciding points. Leading Rale
was Semi Mintz with 23 points. VVilliams z
Rockell tied with 14 each fior Kinston.
First row, lqfr rn right: Watson Hollifield, julian Adams, Fred DeBe
Richard Ray, Ray Vlfieker, Billy Hitchcock, Carroll King. Srmnd mtwsj
Moblcy, john johnson, Pete liberhart, Ray High, Semi Mcntz, joh
Upchurch, Bill Wallace. Third mfw: jerry Napier, Gray Poole, Billy Br
house, Milton Haynes, Rex MacMillan, W'illie Miles.
leigh's Caps slumped in the fiourth quarter
blew a lead to lose to the Greensboro
'lies by one point, -I-6-+5 at Cireensboro.
game winning rally was staged by the
lies after the Caps had held an ll-point
tage in the third period mainly on the
-shooting of' 'lommy Mellonald and the
nding of' lion Patterson. V
eigh pulled within one point on Milton
es' basket with six seconds left in the game,
iat was as elose as the Caps eould get.
an .-Xdams and Semi Mintz led the scoring
e Caps with I2 and IU points respeetively.
eigh's Caps lost another elose game, this
to Burlington, 57-76, in the lilon College
iin the Caps blew a lead late in the third
rr. :X elose battle was waged in the fourth
fr, and with 45 seeonds to play, l5urlington's
larper sank a field goal to put his team
ierry, the game's high seorer, sent 22
through the nets. Semi Mintz tallied IO.
'per and 'Ierry Robertson were l5urlington's
eorers, with Z0 and I9 points respeetively.
Xl IICRS Ulf Y.-XRSTY li.'XSliI'f'l'lS.-Xl,l, 'lil-QAM
illaee, -lerry Napier, .lack Mobley.
Carroll King, Watson llollitield
R.-Xl.lilC il I U.N.C. -I.Y.'S
Raleigh Caps lost to the Carolina freshmen
68-58, on the sensational shooting of' l.enord
Rosenbluth in the opening home game for the
Coaeh Kings Caps thrilled a eapaeity erowd
with the way they handled their favored foes
for three periods, but in the last period the
Cfaps lost their shooting ability.
lfred llelierry played a fine game under the
baeltboard and Semi Mintz led the seoring of'
the Laps with 22 points. Adams was seeond
high seorer with 9 points.
'l'he Caps halted a fiour game losing streak hy
tit-ft-ating the Clreensboro Uhirlies, 59-52, in
a non-eonferenee tilt at the Reynolds Coliseum.
'l'he battle between the two Class 'l'riple-A
teams was elose and fiurious until the middle of
the seeond quarter. 'l'he seore at the end of' the
half' was SI-23 with the Caps enjoying the lead.
'lihe vietory largely was aehieved by the
exeellent rebounding work done by Semi Mintz,
Richard Rav, and lfred lleberry. Adams led
the scoring fior the Caps with I7. l le was elosely
followed by llelierry and Mintz with 14 and ll,
respectively. Soloman and Clroeltett led the
Uhirlies with I-l.
Raleigh had to stage a fourth period rally to
topple the ambitious Cary team, 66-54, in Rey-
nolds Coliseum. The two teams battled on even
terms for three quarters. The Caps had a two-
point lead going into the last quarter. With
Semi Mintz leading the way, Raleigh scored 19
points to the White lmps 9 points to end the
game with a 12 point edge.
The scoring leader for the Caps was Semi
Mintz who tallied 24. Following Mintz was
Richard Ray with 12 as well as doing a fine
job under the backboard.
Mendenhall and Adams led the visitors scoring
with 12 points each. Mooneyham and jones
followed with 11 and 10, respectively.
Coach Carroll King's defending state champs
opened their loop's schedule here with 62-48
victory over the Durham Bulldogs.
Raleigh took over early and held the upper
hand the entire evening. At halftime, the Caps
led by five points. A second half bombardment
by Richard Ray increased the margin by 16
points before the final gun sounded.
Richard Ray led the Caps in scoring with 22
points. Close behind were julian Adams and
Semi Mintz with 14 each.
Paul Pulley led the Bulldogs with 15 points.
Charles Rogers was second with 14 points.
The strong scoring sprint in the fourth quarter
gave the Caps their fifth straight victory of the
season as they whipped the Bulldogs in an East-
ern AAA Conference contest in Fayetteville.
The Caps witnessed a slow scoring second
and third quarter, but they got hot in the fourth
with 24 points to lead the Bulldogs by 13 points.
Raleigh clicked the Hrst quarter with a 15-4
lead, but cooled off after the Bulldogs worked
in a shifting zone that fouled up the visitors
shots. Raleigh scored four points in the second
quarter and seven in the third, a total of 26
The Bulldogs lagged, 29-25, at the beginning
of the final quarter as the Caps opened the
throttle of high scoring by Semi Mintz, Fred
DeBerry, Rex McMillian, and Pete Eberhart.
RALEIGH -ROCKY MOUNT
A scrappy Rocky Mount ball club beat
Raleigh 55-53. Rocky Mount, holding a 10
point lead at the beginning of the fourth period,
was able to push off Raleigh's last period rally.
Smoky joe Lancaster and Dave Barnes led
the victors, scoring 20 and 15 points respectively.
Fred DeBerry, with 20 points, was the standout
star for the Caps.
Raleigh led 14-12 at the end of the first
period but fell behind 28-25 at the half. The
Caps never held the lead again. When the Black-
birds outscored the Caps 16-9 in the third period,
the game was decided.
As the Raleigh-Wilson game opened, doubts
faded from the minds of those present as Semi
Mintz sunk two quick swishes against one of
Wilson's to give the Caps a lead. Another basket
by Richard Ray assured the Cyclones that
Raleigh was hitting. At the end of the first
quarter, Raleigh was ahead by 7 points, while
the second quarter boosted the lead to 16 points.
ln the final quarter Coach King cleared his
bench and scored an easy 59-43 victory. Scoring
honors for the Caps went to Mintz with 23,
Adams, and Ray. Paul Blake led the visitors
with 16, followed by Fred Deans and joe jones
who sank 9 points each.
The Wilmington Wildcats suffered their first
conference loss at the hands of the underdog
The Caps were able to build up a small 23-19
lead in a low scoring first half. Pete Eberhart
did an excellent job of holding Pursley to just
one point in the first half.
Coach Carroll King's Caps got hot in the
last half and built up a steady lead. By the end
of the game the Caps had built up a 14 point
lead, their largest of the game.
GUARDS--Billy Hitchcock, Billy Brickhouse, Grey
The Raleigh Caps had full control of the
backboards and made good use of this advantage
in defeating the Earthquakes, 64-41.
It was a closely contested battle for the Hrst
quarter and part of the second, but with three
minutes remaining in the half the Caps spurted
to a 10 point lead, 29-19. In the third quarter
the lead was increased and the Quakes were
never in contention.
RALEIGH VS. FAYETTEVILLE
The Raleigh Caps added another score to
their winning column as they beat Fayetteville,
66-52, in the Broughton gym. This put the
Caps in second place in the Triple-A Eastern
Conference. The victory could have been costly,
because in the second quarter, Fred DeBerry,
playing forward for the Caps, fell to the floor
and failed to get up. The result was a severely
torn tendon below the knee.
At halftime the Caps held a 30-25 lead.
Guard, Semi Mintz, again led his team in
scoring as he hit a total of 14 points. Richard
Ray came in a close second with 13 points.
Forwards julian Adams and john johnson
followed with 8 points each.
Both Mintz and Ray had to fall back somewhat
when Fayetteville's husky Phil Harris got the
ball. He retained individual scoring honors for
Coach Mueller's Bulldogs. Harris made 20
points, 14 of which were made on outside pushes.
RALEIGH VS. WILSON
'Iaking an early lead, the Raleigh Caps went
on to defeat the Wilson Cyclones 74-62 in
Wilson in an Eastern AAA Conference game.
The first half was very close with the Caps
boasting a 3 point lead at halftime, 36-33.
Raleigh pulled ahead in the third quarter to
lead by 11, 57-46. In the fourth quarter julian
Adams displayed a great exhibition of shooting
by bucketing 14 out of the 17 points the Caps
got in that period.
RALEIGH VS. ROCKY MOUNT
Raleigh's Caps traveled to Rocky Mount
where they were beaten, 65-63, in a close finish.
Fighting uphill all the way, the Caps pulled
even with the current league leaders, 58-58 on a
field goal by julian Adams, leader of the closing
threat with ZM minutes remaining. Rocky
Mount's Billy Proctor connected with two free
throws to put the Blackbirds out front to stay.
Although another field goal by Adams left
Raleigh with only a two point defeat 65-63.
RALEIGH VS. DURHAM-Feb. 12th
The Raleigh Caps had no trouble defeating
the Durham Bulldogs 62-43 for their eighth
AAA Conference win. The Caps moved into
the lead in the opening moments of the game
and by the halftime were out in front by 21
points. julian Adams set the scoring pace for
Raleigh, making 18 points, while McMillan
scored 8, and Fred DeBerry and Richard Ray
racked up 7 points each. Durham's high scorers
FORWARDS-Ray Wicker, Fred DeBerry, julian
Adams, Rex McMillan, Roy High.
GUARDS-johnny Upchurch, Milton Haynes, Semi
Mintz, Pete Eberhart.
were Brawley with 11 points and Ross with 10.
The Caps quickly carried their team to a
wonderful finish with a 19 point margin.
RALEIGH VS. WILMINGTON
The Wilmington Wildcats took over second
place by defeating Raleigh, 65-53, in the Wil-
mington gym. The Wildcats took an early lead
and held it the whole game. The scrappy
Wilmington forward, Rex Hardy, scored 23
points. High for the Caps was Semi Mintz,
with 15. Both teams were missing the basket,
especially Raleigh. The Caps beat Wilmington
here by 14 points. They beat us there by 12
points. The 52-53 State Champions got within
five points of the Wildcats, but could not stop
the Wilmington boys from scoring.
Raleigh's Caps finished the regular season in
3rd place and a 9-3 conference record by de-
feating Goldsboro 73-55.
Coach King used his entire bench in a well
played game. The Caps went into an early lead
and continued to widen the margin.
Rui: wir, Itff-I In right: lxmwcll Spivey, Gary l.iinc, niiinugcr, jimmy Biirncs, iiiiiimgcrg Bolmlny NYilliinns, Ross Maury,
Clcprgc lfiiirlmiiks. Rm: msn: Bobby .'Nl1inguin, joe Hurt, Roddy joncs, jimmy Cliiiiiilmcrs, Rcggic Pcmalcr, Rudy Xlligncr,
Klux Bryan. Rfl'1L'I1lVKl'j Carl Hills, Clcorgc Kziloynnidcs, l.ynn Srnnson, Bolmliy lfoxworrli, johnny Upclulrcli, Bill Xlilsnn,
jimmy licnnuly, llunc Mcflriickcn. Rlll',flIIlfI'j1lL'R Phillips, Coiicli Umlcrwoml, Srcplicn lliiycs, Dick Piirli.
lfirxf mir, lfjfl fn rigllf: Bobby lllirrcn, Billy Dunlap, jimmy Rouse, Clrmcli Pricc. Sffllllif m-um' Chuck Loiiilmrd, Chip
.-Xmlcrson, B. H. .NlcCluin, illiorn Wiiighcld, Barney Adler.
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Coach jimmy Ringgold's diamond boys
showed vast improvement toward the end of
the season over their slow beginning. As this
article is submitted to the press the Caps are
sporting a 4-6 record. The starting lineup con-
sists of George Moore, eatcherg Fred DeBerry,
lst baseg Ferg Norton, 2nd baseg Gerry Hartzog,
SSg Billy Hall, 3rd baseg Rex McMillan, left
lieldg Benny Smith, CFQ Pete liberhart, RF.
Alternating the pitching chores were Doug
johnson, Frank Farlow, Wade Caulberg, and
jimmy Cannon. The scores with three games
Raleigh... . .. .7
Raleigh ........ 12
Raleigh ......... Z
Raleigh ......... 2
Raleigh ......... 9
Raleigh ......... 9
Raleigh ......... 2
Raleigh ........ I4
Raleigh ........ 21
Raleigh ......... 6
Some of the leading
McMillan and Hartzog.
Fayetteville ........ l 3
VVilmington ........ 5
Wake Forest Frosh. . .5
Goldsboro .......... 4
Rocky Mount ....... 7
Durham ....... . . . 3
Fayetteville ........ 17
. . . . . 16
Under the leadership of Mr. Goldman the
Raleigh High School tennis team began the 1954
season. This is Mr. Cloldman's first year as the
The team has twelve men on the squad but is
allowed to play only six men in a match. The
line-up is usually as follows: number-one man,
Semi Mintz, number two, Ray Wiekerg three,
jerry jones, four, Harry Broom, live, jimmy
jerlieriesg and six, either Billy VViliford or
'lihe Raleigh wins have been over W'ilson
rwiee, Southern Pines twiee, and Durham once.
llihe losses have been two to VVilmington and
one apieee to Rocky Mount and Goldsboro.
Although the team's reeord is only live wins
to four losses, all of the boys have played line
tennis in each mateh. Harry Broome and jimmy
jefliries are the only members of the team who
have not been defeated in the doubles.
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thc tunc hiis comc whcn our scnior yciir is drawing to at
closc. lhc timc hits comc whcn wc hiivc rciichcd thc
pciik ol' our high school drcinus and iinihitionsg iind wc
must pimsc to look hiick on high school diiys, instciid of
llc rcmcmlucr viigucly thiit diiy in Scptcmhcr, 19-I-0,
whcn wc cntcrcd its sulxlircshiucn. right modcst and
luiishliul. lint wc didn't rcmiiin liiishliul long- for srriiightf
wiiy, wc lmcgiln to lciirn our wily iironnd in thc big widc
world. lfiniilly, iilicr struggling its lircshnicn. sohcr
sophoinorcs, :ind u1lllIl0Sl' sophisticiitcdu juniors, wc
rciichcd imothcr diiy in thc goldcn month of Scptcmlncr
. . . thc sccond diiy ol' Scptcmhcr, IVV, hcciimc thc
licginning ol' thc cndg wc ciinic liiick to school as scniors.
lt was on that diiy thiit wc rciilixcd that thcrc would
lic no morc lilly sununcr diiys in which wc could lic in
thc sun on thc liciich, or slccp until noon, or pliiy ii round
ol' golf' on it wcckdiiy morning. Finding our wiiy iiround
in our lriggcr iind licttcr school occupicd ai good portion
ol' our timc . . . not to mcntion our ncw iicquiiintilncc
with thiit dclightliil imd chiirming supcrhnmiin, supcrmim,
licowulli. "'l'hcncclorth, wc wcndcd our wiiy thithcr
iimongst thc ncw lciturcs iind thc two ncw wings -
occilsioniilly sciiting oursclvcs in thc honny studcnt
loungc wiitclung ii goodly nunihcr ol' cvcnts which
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wc iilso wimdcrcd into thc ncw scwing liihorzitory whcrc
wc found liiir miiidcns wciiving ncw suits oliiirmor. Right
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olithis institutc. Not to hc criiscd from our scroll iirc thc
niuncs ol' our ncw iidministriition nicmlicrs. Anon, wc
wclcoincd thc hcroic King llollidity. :is hciid of thc
schoolg llulililc-lullswing' Knight johns, hciid of thc llL'2lKlSQ
imd Sir Vliitson llolylicltl, its hciid of thc kniivcs. Alhcit,
lmccimsc wc hiid linishcd thiit diirncd licownll' mcss, wc
lmcgim to scttlc down. CVl'hcw.J
As Miix, l"ishcr, iind Clriiy miirshiilcil ns into thc
iiuditoriuni to the tunc ol' rhiit lirst old criickcd rccord
wc uscd, wc sonictimcs hitd thc dcsirc to suddcnly lrrciik
into ii liincy liiillct stcp, hilt wc lL-It too silly ailrcaidy.
Aftcr wc clcctcd our ofliccrs, wc dccidcd in our first
cliiss mccting to hiivc the cighth griidcrs its our "little
lirothcrs iind sistcrsf' Sonic of ns hind two or thrcc littlc
"chiirgcs" sincc thcrc wcrc so mimy suli-lircsluucn.
Vlc'll ncvcr lorgct thc progriun wc giivc lor thcm,
although rhcy might. lint who wouldn't tcmcmhcr old
'HNlir-iiiif' its shc primccd iicross thc stiigc, connotiiting
our niiirching down thc ilislc?
'lhcn wc hiid thc l,A'i'ivM: clcctions iind lvcgiin work
on this iiiiistcrpiccc-CFD. liickctt not only workcd its
cditor olithis iinnuiil, hut scrvcd our city its Miss Scrgciint
lhursdiiy, putting ii 'Kdriignctn on iill our piirtics iuid
Ugoohn offs," iis "Bill" pllI'S thcm, iind puhlishing thcm
in 'Kilihc Youngcr Sctf'
.Nlcimwhilc 'LPrivcy" Vliill :md "l'l1ochc" Ciriihiuu
wcrc liusy with thc plimning ol' thc liill induction of thc
Niitiopiil llonor Socicty's ncw IllClIll7CI'S whilc "lioonic"
wiis hlling hcr Scrvicc Cflull spccch with liig lliliuiirtin
words lor Miss Pcnny . . . l mcim lor Ciiirolyn Urccn's
-llclorc King Pigskin ciunc into its rc.il prinic, sonic
of us hiid thc plciisurc of iittcnding thc wondcrliil music-
lillcd Nat King Colc Show. Also coiuing iihout that
timc wits thc Stiitc lfiiir. llc lclt school git llglll onc
morning for thc liiir, only to rctnrn thc ncxt diiy to
writc thc iinnuiil thcmc on how much cotton ciindy. ctc.,
Tap: Alice Smith and Betty Hood at the beach..
we ate. Cjo Anne Smith wrote four pages on dill pickles.
She loves those thingsj
Also during the fair week many of our class were
practicing for the Kiwanis Minstrel. K'Pinhead" and
liberhart really got their kicks laughing at Virginia
Urhquart and jerrie jones trying to imitate the Rockettes.
COf course there were many others who showed it worse
than they did.J
Our social for our parents turned out to be a big
success . . . much credit going to Alice Smith who
"worked her chaves Csp.D off" on the party. Nlr. Fisher
and Bobby Caviness' mother were really gone on that
VVhen Homecoming rolled around everyone all over
the city was familiar with the term, "Operation Spiritfl
We were backed by all the other schools, our parents,
and Raleigh citizens, too. Weeks of planning of floats
and preparations for homecoming were in full swing
before the snowy, sleety, and rainy day ever dawned.
The weather only temporarily stopped our 'KMarching
One-Hundred," but the parade never even got started.
The cheerleaders donned their long underwear, and
Sessoms, as always, went right on with the "rah-rahs."
The fans paid no attention to Carpenter's fallen spit
curls as she sponsored the football team during the half-
time. Poor "Gullet,' sank up to her knees in the mud,
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had no idea where we wanted to go after leaving Brough-
ton. 'l'ruly, it was a dif'l'ieult problem.
Golly, but we were a working bunch of Seniors as
we tried to finish the repainting ofthe Nativity Scene
which we had started in the lflth grade. There wasn't
much time left before we had to start saving our niekles
and dimes to pay for those Christmas cashmeres. Dale,
Hines, and Scott, trying to touch up the VVise Mcn's
beards or paint a glowing halo, got themselves smeared
from head to toe with paint. But we made it again, and
passing cars never failed to comment on our scene which
was so inconspicuously hidden behind the rolling front
Many families received the large food baskets which
the Monogram Club had given to them as a part of their
Christmas scrviec project. Remember that day everyone
went rushing into Pat's Hur a can of hmod to put in the
bin? 'lihcy had to have their cans fevil minded, youll to get
into assembly to hear the Chorus' presentation of the
beautihil .l4rssii1h. Mr. jackson, the eminent conductor
of the group, looked very penguin-like f'l'hat's a compli-
ment?j in his tails. Clividcntly, he had packed his lovely
white suit in mothballs until Springj
'lihe Student Council storeroom was quite a busy
place during the week of the planning and decorating of
the Snow Ball. "Butts" Caviness and Claude Broome
had QUl'l'l'i a time fixing those old fashioned street
lanterns for the dance. As far as decorations go, they
were the best in a long time, and as far as attendance
goes, it was really "the most." You could hardly f'ind a
Senior among all the eighth graders. After the dance,
everybody went over to Lynda l,loyd's where joe
Bennett. Bennett, heck . . . he broke the legs off l,,ynda's
mother's antique love scat. j0Kli! Catch on? joe Bennett
. . .joe Brokett . . . Ha . . . Ha . . . Nice try, anyway.
At last our long Christmas vacation arrived. lt wasn't
very much ofa vacation for some of us, however. We be-
gan to work for the hrst time. Cameron Village collected
a large part ofour class. The Howard twins got away with
murder at Roses while old K'Sap" played garbage-man
thcre, too. Seth Miller toiled many an hour in the Phar-
macy, and Margaret Hinson sold tickets at the Village
Theater. 'lihe Hobby Shop collected Billy VYilliHmrd,
and Burton's just about finished Becky King and joy
Though many worked CFD, there was still time for
all the teas and dances. Patsy Moore, with the help of
Billy Phelps, gave a big teag and much to everyonc's
surprise, Max Bryan, Fuzzy Palmer, and Milton Haynes
threw a tremendous social hour for the boys one holiday
Naturally, everyone threw a 'fblastn on New Ycar's
lCve . . . except for Sallie lvcs. That poor child had to
baby-sit, and to be sure, shc'll never forget it. 'lihe biggest
blast thrown was a "Snipe Hunt" at Betty B.'s grand-
mothcr's farm. lfonly you could have seen 4'fula's" big
brown cow eyes pucker up as she stood that cold, cold
night 'Lholding the bagf' waiting to catch her a snipe,
Coming back once again to the old grind after the
holidays, we had our mid-term exams to face. l.uck was
with us, however, Hur right after we had taken our first
exam .... the snows came. fHines wasn't in on that
onefj Never had there been such relief! liveryone im-
mediately got out his old rusty sled and headed out to
the Country Club for a big fight. After our surprise
holiday, we had to come back, despite our sore limbs,
and finish those darn exams. VVhat a gripe!!
But then February followed that long long january.
'fShc's the Sweetheart of Broughton High," were the
last words of our Queen of Hearts program. 'lihe re-
cessional began. First to leave, engulfed in her IZO yards
of white net was Betty Barker, our Queen. Following
her was the Maid of Honor, joy Lambert, and afterwards
came our three Senior attendants, Barbara Carpenter,
Margaret Hinson, and Betty Gray. Only the memories
were left. VW remembered Max, Charles, and Gerry
as they tried to hang Becky up on a rope by her legs
when we were decorating, Carpenters fever blister, the
B.V.D.'s that the girls gave the boys, and the uninention-
able unmentionablcs that the boys gave the girls in
return. But there was still the dance to look forward to,
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none other -than the NICXN' YORK 'l'RlPY .-Xs the date
of the trip finally eame around, almost all the sehool was
seen at the train station. Nervous Moms and Dads gave
their ehildren hnal "do's" and "don'ts," and off we went.
loaded with Mrs. l.assiter's delieious hrownies and
Bill Uallaee's 'Keherry-winks.H ilihe train trip seemed
like a dream, or rather a nightmare . . . sinee we were
so erowded and so exeited. During the trip, the darned
old Ml'fASl.l'iS descended upon us like a plague. Martha
Hardlaw, Buzzy Peterson, Naney uziilit-t-, and Miriam
Quarles were a few of the vietims, hut they went right
along with the group. we went to see everything . . . all
the sights and all the plays, or it seemed that way. 'lihose
teachers walked us to death. Patsy and Reavely were
some of' those who went to see 'Allie Pink l.ady" . . .
oops, I mean f"l'he Girl in Pink lights," and ofieourse
we all tried to aet like old hands in everything we did.
We did have so mueh fun! ue lost our stoiuaehs on the
elevators, went shopping, left hotel doors unloeked,
listened to the northern aeeents, got seared in the taxi
calms, paid to get hoth on and off' the sulnways, and just
had one big k'l1all," in general.
After getting home, we all had the junior-Senior to
look hmrward to, and also our Senior Play was eoming up.
The next two Weeks were filled with nothing but work.
Lines had to he learned, sets had to he made, tiekets
had to be sold, and gosh knows what else. During all
the excitement, poor little jane Davis broke her noseg
and while she was getting it fixed at Rex Hospital,
,lanie Clements was waiting for her, paeing the hospial
floor, Gilmartin book in hand. Broughton was a mad-
house. Nobody got any sleep or did any homework.
The night ofthe play everyone was petrified, expeeially
Charlie Rhodesg but with the exeeption of a broken
table, a fallen Hat, and Miriam Quarles' fogginess, we
eame through with our presentation of lam' lfyrf.
lhe last notes of- "Goodnight Sweetheart" drifted
through the air, the band stopped playing, and the
couples walked out hand in hand. Our last junior-Senior
had ended. lfaeh senior looked lraek over his or her
shoulder to get one last look at the gylu, the palm trees,
Clary Fisher and Charles Morris work for the Monogram Club.
the god, the lrirds, and the lranilioo huts. 'lihe "Return
to Paradise was over. Parties followed, and then the
lieaeh. l'eople arrived lroni three Saturday niorning
until live that night. Ilie lxeaeh was ours. We walked
lroni one end to the other. Sonie duinli tools even went
swininiing. We had ainong us sueh eelellrates as Sant
Spade and "Ma hot .Xla gardif' Ut eourse, everyone
liehayed niet-ly. No couples went till! on the lveaeh alter
dark, everyone was sttuggly in lied hy ten, alid the
eottages were all niee alid elean. lhat .Xlonday eyeryonc
trooped to elass with no honiework noi' nothing, lSoine
were just glad they eould inake it.l Q
"ln your ltaster lionnet, with all the frills upon it
you'll lie the grandest lady in the lfaster parade.' XQXL-ll,
we didn't have an lfaster parade, liut there w ere frills.
'Xlier getting otit ol' the "liole" on 'lihursday everyone
ourneyed down to laid lareyvell to those lueky lli-N
lioys who would see the lfaster parade. l.elit liehind
were their girls, dateless lor the whole darti holiday,
lhere was golf, tennis, parties, niovies, and anything
else iniaginalnle. Home got up early Sunday lor sunrise
serviee while others stayed in lied. All in all, we had .i
niarvelous holiday even though we did hate to lace
Ciilniartin that 'lun-sday.
lfveryone returned in a panie. lfriday was the night
for the Spring l"ohes pllt on hy the lli-X. We Il never
lorget all the anties they ptit on, lhe iokes that were
so stupid you had to laugh. Q
llie next event was the Ili-X danee, the last danee ol
the year. Ol eourse, the girls eanie all dressed in their
iretty organdies, and high heels, and the lioys had on
their suits and white liueks. lly the end ol the danee
everyone was dying lroni the heat. and it was quite a
rehel when the last reeord had ended.
We were now in the honie streteh. We had a elass
nieeting alid planned lor Cflass Night alid graduation.
llieti eanie exanis. 'l here was a iuad seranilile in order
to erani, and erani w e did. lr was now or never alid we
preferred now. :Xt last they were over. Ir was then that
we realized we were drawing near the elose. We got
our eaps and gowns, we had elass night, our pienie,
liaeealaureate, and we were iusr aliout to end our days
'lihe auditoriuni was liull, the people were talking
iniong tlieniselves, then a hush fell over the audience.
lhe piano liegati playing the liuiiihar niareh, and down
the aisle walked the dignified seniors in their eaps llllkl
gow ns. Utir president ol the 5tudent f ouneil niade his
farewell speeeh, the prograni tollowed, we sang our
liarewell song and then :Xlnia Nlater.
lt was IIIIIL' to leave. Out we walked never to return
again. Never aagin would we share liun .lllll love that we
knew at liroughton. lt was gone and only the nieniories
r-entained. we love you liroughton, your halls, your
laeulty. your liriendliness, alid your students. lhanks
lor looking alter us. We were young.
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Merle K.: "When did you learn to kiss like that?"
Dot Mc.: "I used to blow up footballsf'
Construction, Industrial and
Contractors' and Municipal Supplies
"I n ternatiunal Diesel Power"
Greenville - Wilmington - Greensboro
Charlotte - Asheville
Senior Class of 1954
l09 South Wilmington Street
Plant and Offices: Hillsboro Road
o a 7
RALEIGH, N. C.
420 Daniels Street
MATTHEWS SHADE CO
"Ask Those We've Sold"
VENETIAN BLINDS, SHADES,
3815 Hillsboro Road
NEWTON iS, INC.
LAUNDRY - CLEANERS
Fine Things Finely Done
Virginia U.: L'Were you excited when you became engaged?l'
Carolyn A.: "When he slipped the ring on my finger, I started to cry."
Virginia U.: "Well, it was probably too tight."
the Conqueror "
B.F.: "My family is very exclusive. I go back to William .
' n tell me your ancestors were on the Ark
Wayne B.: "I suppose youll soo
B F.: "Certainly not! My people had a boat of their own."
WALLER AND SMITH WAT K I N S
PHOTOGRAPHERS G R I L L
OAK LEAF and LATIPAC .
D I N I N G S P A C E
12 East Hargett Street
DIAL 7708 1600 Wake Forest Road
RALEIGH PHONE 9364
W. H. KING DRUG CO. WANT
T0 HEAR AGAIN?
The House of Friendly and
Shop With Confidence at Your
Neighborhood Drug Store
Ask about the Revolutionary New
B Q MoNo-PAC
Une-Unil Hearing AIII
Beltone - MADDREY CO.
Odd Fellows Building
MARTIN MILLWQRK PRINTING COMPANY
RALEIGH OFFICE SUPPLY CO.
118 East Martin Street
RALEIGH, NORTH CAROLINA
219 South Salisbury Street
riding on a bridge. One said, "When y
ou come to the end of
Two drunks weirit H
' f r? You're driving!"
the bridge, turn e . 1
The other slobbered, "What're you tellin me o
Lemma: "Oh, officer, there's a man following me and I think he must be
drunk." iOfTieer gives the woman the once-over.5
"Yes, he must be."
Milk . . Dairy Products . . lee Cream
'6Build Better llmlzlft
WITH NATURE'S MOST NEARLY PERFECT FOOD
PINE STATE CREAIVIERY
426 Glenwood Avenue
T BYRDS DRIVEJN
1 Mile South, New I5-A Highway
RALEIGH, N. C.
Little Audrey nailed the bathroom door shut and then laughed and laughed,
because she knew her father was having a beer party at the house that night.
"Barbara Scott," said the science teacher, "would you care to tell the class
what happens when a body is immersed in water?" "Sure," said Scott. "The
Qfglpologies to Poetess
Stein. A rose may he
endlessly a rosep a join
is more than just a join.
A 501, is a living.
S0 when you loolz for
a join, you want security,
good pay, assurance of
raises and opportunity
Why not come in anti.
tallz with us ahout a
position at the
THE TELEPHONE COMPANY IS A GOOD PLACE TO WORK
"Bill B.," to a guest On the beach: "When shall I wake you-rare, medium,
Bertha: "Did you hear about the moron who
ran around a cracker box
because it said "Tear Around the Top'?"
Pepsi-Cola Bottling Co.
St. Mary's at Johnson Street
Best of Luck to the
Graduating Class of 1954
Congratulations to the
Hillsboro Road Phone 3-1071 PAPA JOHNS DRIVEDIN
PERSON STREET PHARMACY
T Congratulations to the
0 9 l,-1
UfPW"'fNT NOW PERSON STREET VARIETY
A GOOD PLACE 702 North Person Street
Here To Serve You
1' RALEIGH LOAN OFFICE
223 S. Wilmington Street
' In Person
' By Phone I
7 By Mail Jswztzns-sutvznsmsms
Ned Meekins just broke the Wor1d's endurance record for .swimrniiigb uriiqcgig
water: 2 hours, 32 minutes, and 42 seconds. . . . Funera Services W1 6
Advice to girls who want to be popular at dances. Wash your face in the
morning and neck at night.
ST. MARY'S JUNIOR COLLEGE
RICHARD G. STONE, President
RALEIGH, NORTH CAROLINA
High school graduates are offered two years standard college. The
curriculum also includes 11th and 12th grades high school work.
All academic courses fully accredited by Southern Association.
Excellent Courses in Art, Business, Expression, Home
Economies, 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
BOWMAN'S JEWELERS, INC. of
ak SUB DEBS
15 West Hargett Street
Hines: "Any nice girls in this town?"
"Shine'i: "Sure, they're all nice "
Hines: "How far to the next tOWI1?n
He was so bashful he took mistletoe on his honeymoon.
Cutler Street Grocery
Northside Esso Service Center
Steveis Gulf Service
Mangum Electric Service
lVlcLeod 81 Watson
Shorr's Clothing Company
Nancy Wilson, assigned to cover a high school play, came up with this
masterpiece: 'The audience was filled with expectant mothers, eagerly awaiting
the appearance of their children."
STIkIJ4gp we pause to deliver an important message to all rabbits in America:
Warlicks Soda Shop
Raleigh Nehi Bottling Co.
Watkins Tire Sz Battery Company
Merle Norman Cosmetic Studio
Art Flower Shop
"Pebs" tells about his friend who got so many votes in the election he won
by a landslide. And they're going to tell him just as soon as they dig him out?
Chambers Cto fatherbz "Here's my report card and one of yours I found in
ACCREDITED liberal arts college: Southern Association of Colleges
and Secondary Schools. American Association of University Women,
National Association of Schools of Music.
PROGRESSIVE educational program in terms ol Christian character
and service. Distinguished record of student honors. Excellent
library facilities. Effective honor system.
ATTRACTIVE location in Raleigh, Wllhe Educational Center of the
State." 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
Compliments Compliments of . . .
PENNINGTON-SMITH dL' yen
mnfo F01 rms rarulamr
PHONE 7743 mm mama
TRADE IN S, lI1C.
RALEIGH HUNTING AND FISHING
Schwinn-Shelby Bicycles : Motor Boats
Guns : Ammunition
CADILLAC ' OLDSMOBILE Mercury Outboard Motors
Sales and Service
421 Fayetteville Street 105 S. Wilmington Street Phone 8172
The teacher wrote on the blackboard: "I ain't had no fun all summer."
Then she asked a youngster in the front row: "Joe, what should I do to correct
"Maybe-get a boy-friend?" he suggested helpfully.
Army Doctor: "Weak eyes, eh? How many lines can you read on that chart?
Fisher: "What chart? "
Oscar Miller, Contractor
Ha1l's Cash Grocery
M. H.'s Crocerteria
Mother and Daughte
City Variety Store
Miss Runnion: "Why don't you answer me when I call?"
Norwood P. "I did shake my head."
Miss R. "Well, I cou1dn't hear it rattle clear over heref'
"Y0u're the first girl ever kissed," Gene B. said, as he drove down the road.
steering with one knee and shifting gears with the other.
1217 Hillsboro Street
Your G 6' S
Dealer Compliments of
"Where Service Is Betterv CR!?ggSV.8lMartg1BS?I S
RALEIGH, NORTH CAROLINA
405-7 Fayetteville Street VIRGINIA CRABTREE, INC
RALEIGH, NORTH CAROLINA
Seniors To the Seniors
15-A Highway lnC.
Overheard as StOmper's was closing: "You drive-You're to drunk to sing."
What a beautiful picture! They were walking through the park. The boy
had has arm around the girl and the man from the draft board had his arm
around the boy.
POULTRY CO. CAROLINA
SALES and SERVICE
POULTRY MITCHELL PRINTING
FRESH FISH COMPANY
Equipped to Handle Any Size Job
Rock Quarry Road 115 West Hargett Street
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 CGregg Systemb.
5. Two Years of High School Work.
6. Special Courses in Art, Music, etc.
For Catalogue Address
WILLIAM C. PRESSLEY, President
RALEIGH, NORTH CAROLINA
Hood wrote a letter to the editor of a correspondence column: "I am only 17
and I stayed out till two the other night. My mother objects. Did I do wrong?"
The answer: "Try to remember."
After seeing the movie, Jim H. walked up to the cashier's window and said,
'That picture was lousy-gimme everybody's money back."
J. M. THoMPsoN .
Since 1921 OAK CITY
L A U N D R Y
655 West Lenoir Street .
SMlTI'l'S BUILDING CUMPANY
Henson: A'We met at a picnic. I cou1dn't help noticing him. Every time I
looked at him, he was eating a hot dog and staring at me."
Dot L,: "Maybe you had the mustard!"
Robin C.: "Shoes made from fish skins are reported under experiment?
Buzzy P.: "Might be all right, if you don't mind leading a parade of cats
down the street."
Arnold Rexall Drugs
Leon Byrum Opticians
Capital City Laundry
College Court Pharmacy
Collie and Knipe C"mP'fme"'S of
Real Estate CORRELL COAL
Raleigh Board of Realtors
405 West Peace Street JOE S, CORRELL, Owner
PHONE 3-4600 North West Street
ALL FORMS OF TITLE INSURANCE
U24 Hour Service"
Commercial Standard Title Insurance Agency, lnc
2016 Cameron Street Cameron Village
RALEIGH, NORTH CAROLINA
Salesman: "I say, boy is your mother at home?"
Ch' S "Y ' "
ris .: es, sir.
Salesman: Cafter knocking in vainl: "I though you said she was at home."
Chris S.: "Yes, sir, but I don't live here."
A sign at the entrance of the women's clothing section of a Detroit depart-
ment store read: "LADIES READY TO WEAR CLOTHES." Underneath in
bold masculine handwriting, someone had added: "It's about time! !"
JOB P. WYATT Er SONS CO. NORMANQS
FARM MACHINERY 0
325-331 South Wilmington Street
In Spring, summer, winter or fall
Norman's clothes tops them all
CONNELL REALTY 81
JAMES H. ANDERSON
309 Odd Fellows Building : Dial 2-3927
Real Estate - Mortgage Loans
418 West Peace Street
EXPERIENCED - COURTEOUS -- SERVICE DIAL 3-2750
ll9 West Hargett Street
219 Hillsboro Street
126 Fayetteville Street
Raleigh, N. C.
Raleigh's Smartest Shop
Pete E.: "Kiss me!"
Betty G.: "What? Remember I'm a lady."
Pete E.: "I know, if I wanted a man, I'd kiss my father"
Two goats were talking. "What did you have for dinner?" baaa'd Fanny, and
Nanny answered, "Me and the family ate a new automobile. It was a Ford V-8!"
Honeycutt Fruit 6' Produce Co.
Phones 5817 - 5818
Halifax Street at S.A.L. Team Tracks
RALEIGH, NORTH CAROLINA
TIPPETT and MARR
429 S. Salisbury St. Phone 3-3921
Coke Goes Along
In Handy Picnic Cooler
VIRGINIA CRABTREE, INC.
Ladies' Ready-to-Wear 0 Sportswear
Raleigh, N. C.
2904 Hillsboro Street
2-3030 - Phones - 2-4877
"Raleigh's Only Air Conditioned
Don Keith tells of the TV fan who got up one morning, turned on the radio
and thought he'd gone blind.
One very angry skunk to another skunk: "So
515 Hillsboro Street
Best Wishes t0 Class of 1954
GARLAND C. NORRIS CO.
122 Glenwood Avenue
RALEIGH, N. C.
Open 8:00 A.M. to 10:00 P.M.
Johnnys Food Store and
Johnnys Dry Cleaning Station
AGENTS CAROLINA CLEANERS
Both Located Fairview Road at Five Points
We Appreciate Your Business
Collegiate Club 8 College CONN-GOWER
Court Billiard Parlor PONTIAC COMPANY
Clean Wholesome Sport
U-R-ALWAYS WELCOME P O N T I A C
1910 and 2502 Hillsboro Street Sales and Service
ELECTRICAL Wholesalers, Inc. Complimms of
Dfsfffbufefs of BELL BAKERIES, INC.
911 N. West Street : Telephone 3-5588 BELL BREAD
RALEIGH, NORTH CAROLINA A N D C A K E
Dignified young man pulling away from ardent siren: "Please, Miss Barker,
you're steaming my glasses."
Lynwood B.: "Her kisses send me, but Fm no dope. I don't go."
E F I R D ' S CROMLEYS PHARMACY
D E P A R T M E N T
We Ap1"eCif"e Your patronage Bernard St. at E. Whitaker Mill Road
208 Fayetteville Street RALEIGH' N' C'
RALEIGH, N. C. PHONE 3-6619
S P A L D I N G
LOAFERS K SADDLES
FARM BUREAU INSURANUE GDMPANIES
Best Wishes For Your Success
Carolina Region 1000 Wade Avenue
RALEIGH, NORTH CAROLINA
Susie S.: HWou1d you define stripteasers as busy bodies?l'
Girdle: Something a girl wears to hold in the wrong places when she's
out at the right places.
FLOWERS Compliments of
ARE DISTINCTIVE ADAMS-TERRY REALTY co
R E A L T 0 R S
w w SALES - LEASES -- RENTALS
J. J. IFALLON LO., INC.
210 S. Salisbury Street
"We Grow the Flowers We Sell" RALEIGH N' C.
Eastern Carolimfs Largest Store
H 0 I I Q w q y ' 5 MELVIN'S PHARMACY
E S S 0 S e r V I C e COMPLETE FOUNTAIN
"Your Happy Motoring Store" and
Corner of Oberlin Road and
Clark Avenue Dial 5834
Cameron Village 1217 Hillsboro Street
HARMON MOTOR CO.
The Best Place in the World to
Buy a New or Used Car
"Pinhead' at the telephone: "How's that? Sorry, I can't understand you.
To whom did you wish to mumble?,'
Zula: "I can't understand why rny watch won't run."
Brawleyz "Maybe it needs cleaning."
Zula: "Oh, no, it couldnit. I had it in the bathtub with me this morning."
1 4- -.
. . now that you are almost on your own -
what are your plans? Whether it's college or a
job - your plans should include a long-range
financial program, and the sooner you get it
started - the sooner it will pay off. Suggest to
Dad that you and he get together with on
Occidental representative and start
the ball rolling now! 0
..,i..U..i fmt, . . .,
RALEIGH, NORTH CAROUNA
'Teddy Bear's" old auto puffed and Wheezed up to the toll gate.
'Fifty cents," the attendant said
'S0ld!" replied "Bear.'
Joan C: "If buttercups are yellow, what color are hiccups?"
Peggy S.: L'Burp1e!"
WHERE ARE YUU GUING?
ln only o few yeors novv you will be estoblisning
your own home - Somewhere,
Wil! you settle somewhere else
or come boclq home?
Before you decide, be sure to look oround core-
fully of The odvontoges of the Corolinos - the
opportunities for o full ond profitoble life --
the cnonce to live ond work in o growing ond
progressive oreo ond to nelp build on even
Finer Corolino in the yeors oneodl
CCAROLINA PowER af LIGHT COMPANY,
t'Red E.": "We had to shoot our dog yesterday."
Carolyn G.: "Was he mad?"
"Red": . . . "Well, he wasn't exactly pleased about it."
Bob St.: "Do you know what one little toe said to the other little toe?l'
Miss P.: "No, what?"
Bob: "Don't look now, but I think We're being followed by a couple of heels."
Best Wishes to the
Graduating Class of 19543
"We Protect the Family"
HOME OFFICE RALEIGH, N. C
Doctor: 'tAre you people doing your best to stay healthy?"
Jane D. Chickjz "Oh yes, sir! We bought one of those sanitary cups and we
all drink out of it."
Sailor: "You aren't seasick, are you, Buddy?"
Norman R: '1Not exactly, but I'd sure hate to yawn."
ATKINS MOTOR CO. -
Raleigh's Shopping Center
HILKER BROS POWELL 8: GRIFFIS
TAILQRS - CLEANERS - FURRIERS 2428 Hillsboro - 1700 Glenwood
COLD FUR STORAGE Phone 2-2847 Phone 7561
511 Hillsboro Street 105 E. Martin Street GROCERIES - MEAT5 - VEGETABLES
DIAL: 8336 and 2-3367 We Deliver - Meet Me A! Powell 15 Griffix
B R O W N ' S NEWT ONS, INC.
U N E R A L H O M E LAUNDRY - CLEANERS
Service Since 1836
AMBULANCE SERVICE Fine Things Finely Done
115 Hillsboro Street Cameron Village
ROBERT W. WYNNE, JR., Manager DIAL 9695
W. M. MBARNEYU JOYNER, Mgr. Q
BATTERIES - TIRES 8z TUBES K
.IOYNER TEXACO SERVICE
Phone 3-6219 : ACCESSORIES
Cor. McDowell 84 Cabarrus Sts. Raleigh, N. C.
COMPLIMENTS OF A FRIEND
FOR A NICE INCOME THAT'S ALMOST TAX INDUSTRIAL MACHINERY
HUIE 2 TRGAXCIZEILEEXEIBEXQEJITY '- EQUIPMENT : SUPPLIES : REPAIR PARTS
AT RALEIGH, N, C. DILLON SUPPLY COMPANY
Pick up your Phone- Dial 2-4433 Raleigh Durham Rocky Mount Goldsboro
CROSS P0 LTRY C0 P
1145 Rock Quarry Road
Phone 8013 Phone 8434
Charles R.: 'AI dreamed I was married to the most beautiful girl in the world."
Frances O.: "Were we happy?"
Alice had been playing in the coal bin and her hands and face were completely
covered with sooty dust. She was hardly recognizable as she sauntered into
her motherls kitchen. "Who are you young lady?" she kidded. The girl smiled.
A'I'm a black Smithf'
Tile Baths 9 Tub and Shower Each Room 9 Hot Water
Heat 9 Carpet Floors 9 Air Conditioned 9 T.V.
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U. S. 1 North - City Limits
PHONE 7197 9 RALEIGH, N. C.
ONE OF THE SOUTH'S NEWEST AND FINEST MOTELS
Congratulations seniors of ,54
OAK CITY LAUNDRY
ODORLESS DRY CLEANING
HATS CLEANED and Russ SHAMPOOED
436 South Salisbury Street
Hello, Hon, I could hardly wait to tell you what's happened-Dad's cut
oif my allowance, I had to sell my car and drop my fraternity, but we can still
have fun just . . . Hello, . . . Hello?
She was only a moonshiner's daughter, but I loved er still!
CANTON CAFE THE
ORDERS TO TAKE OUT
408 Hillsboro Street
Near State Capitol
ART CRAFT SIGN
13115 S. Wilmington Street
C0mplimen's LA N D S , I N C .
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CORPORATION CREDIT JEWELERS
ll2 South Blount Street
RALEIGH, N. C.
137 Fayetteville Street
PATRONIZE OUR ADVERTISERS
Miss McD. "This gas contains deadly poison. What steps would you take if it
Bev. S.: "Long ones, Ma'am."
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Cooperated to produce this Annual.
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produced in our plant in
Engraved Commencement Invitations
Engraved Visiting Cards
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Write for Samples and Prices
EDWARDS 81 BROUGHTON
Establiihed ln 1871
RALEIGH NORTH CAROLINA
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