Needham Broughton High School - Latipac Yearbook (Raleigh, NC)
- Class of 1955
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TU UUH PARENTS
In 25 years many hundreds of students pass
through the doors of a high school. For some,
honors, scholarships, and awards, in addition to
graduation, mean that preliminary goals have
been reachedg for others, graduation has been a
singular honor or recognition. The latter group
has gladdened just as many hearts as the for-
merg graduation is no insignificant achievement,
whether additional honor be present or absent.
We, the 25th graduating class, wish to recognize
those partly responsible for this achievement,
thus, to the parents of the students that have
made our silver years, we pay tribute. The
parents: our encouragement, our inspiration.
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Seated. left to right: Mr. Holyfield, Mr. Holliday, and Mrs. Sandling. Standing: Mr. Johns
and Mrs. Stephenson.
MR. JOSEPH Q. HOLLIDAY, A.B., M.A. MR. FRANK E. BRILEY, M.E.
Principal Industrial Arts
MRS. CHARLOTTE H. ATKINSON MR. JACK BRITT, B.S., M.A.
Instrumental Music Health and Physical Education
MRS. V. C. BANKS, A.B. MISS MARY B. CANNON, A.B., M.A.
Eighth Grade Mathematics
MR. ROBERT A. BARNES, B.S., M.A. MR. GILBERT CARROLL, B.S., M.A.
Band English and Social Science
MR. HAROLD A. BELLO, A.B. MRS. MAURICE H. CLAYTON, A.B.
Eighth Grade American History and World History
MISS LESSIE COGDELL, A.B.
Seated, left to right: Mrs. Stack, Miss Hobgood, Mrs. Sharp, Mrs. Atkinson. Standing, left to
right: Mr. Bell, Mrs. Gilbert, Miss Wilkinson, Mr. Dolly, Mr. Carroll, Mr. Hamilton.
MRS. DOROTHY S. Coox,
Health and Physical
MRS. JULIA F. CRATER,
MRS. M. E. DELGADO, B
Spanish and French
MR. FORREST G. DOLLY,
MRs. JOHN A. EBERHART
MIss MARY OLIVER ELLINGTON, B.S., M.S.
MRS. ALICE R. EHRLICH, A.B.
MRS. J. E. FLETCHER, A.B.
English and Latin
MRS. MARY SUE B. FoNvILLE, A.B., M.A.
Mxss CLAIRE FREEMAN, A.B.
MISS FANNIE PEARL FULCHER, A.B.
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Seated, left to right: Miss Penny, Miss Fulcher, Mrs. Fletcher, Mrs. Delgado, Miss Ellington
Miss Freeman. Standing, left to right: Mr. Linthicum, Mr. Napowsa, Miss Paschal, Mr. Walker
MRS. GERALDINE GILBERT, B.S. Miss NANCY E. HINsoN, A.B., B.S. in L.S
Home Economics Library
Miss MARY G. GODDARD, A.B. Miss FRANCES Hoaooon, B.S., M.A.
Eighth Grade Commercial
Miss BARBARA M. GUYTON, B.S., M.A. MR. J. WATSON HOLYFIELD, B.S.
Health and Physical Education Dean of boys
MR. C. M. HAMILTON, B.S., M.A. MR. HARRY S. HOWARD, B.S.
Industrial Arts General Science and Biology
Miss ANNE HENDRICKS, B.S. MR. LEON JACKSON, B.S.
Eighth Grade Music
MR. KINGSTON JOHNS, JR., A.B.,M.A.,Ph.D.
Seated, left to right: Miss Hendricks, Mrs. Swain, Mrs. McNeish, Mrs. Eberhart, Mr. Nelson, Mr.
Barnes, Miss Goddard, Miss Murray, Mrs. Stocks, Mrs, Potter, Mrs. Harrelson. Standing: Mrs.
Banks, Mr. Todd, Mr. Bello, Miss Sherwood. '
MRS. MILDRED JOHNSON, A.B. MR. PAUL E. MASSEY, M.E.
Public Speaking and English Health and Physical Education
MRS. NELL KAHDY, A.B. Miss ELLA B. MCDEARMAN, B.A., M.A.
French and English Chemistry
MRS. ToRA T. LADU, A.B., M.A. MRS. JUANITA MCLAIN, A.B., M.A.
Spanish and French Library
MR. ALFRED S. LINTHICUM, B.S. MRS. MARIAN D. MCNEISH, B.S.
Industrial Arts Health and Physical Education
MR. ARMSTRONG MALTBIE, B.S. Miss NANCY MURRAY, A.B.
General Mathematics and Algebra Eighth Grade
MR. W. D. NAPOWSA, A.B.
Left to right, seated: Mrs. Ehrlich, Miss Cogdell, Miss Smaw, Mrs. Ladu. Left to right, standing
Mr. Jackson, Mr. Maltbie, Miss Cannon, Mr. Midyette. Mrs. Stcll, Miss Strother.
MRS. JOHN NELSON, B.A.
Health and Physical Education
MR. ROLLA C. NELSON, B.S., M.A.
Physics and General Science
MISS LAURA HELEN PASCHAL, A.B., M.A.
Journalism and English
MRS. PHYLLIS PEACOCK, B.A., M.A.
MRS. CRYSTAL D. POTTER, B.S.
MISS HELEN RUNNION, A.B., M.A.
MRS. LILLIAN SANDLING. A.B.
Dean of girls
MRS. JENNIE SHARP, A.B.
MISS MARY PENNY, B.A., M.A. MISS MARY BATES SHERWOOD, A.B.
English Eighth Grade
MR. JOEL H. SIEGEL, A.B.
Seated, left to right: Miss McDearman, Mrs. Cook, Mrs. Kahdy, Mrs. Clayton, Mrs. Peacock
Mrs. Fonville. Standing: Mrs. Johnson, Mrs. McLain, Mrs. Nelson, Mr. Smith, Mr. Howard
Mr. Massey, Mr. Britt, Mr. Siegel, Miss Hinson.
MISS ANNIE SMAW, B.S., M.S.
MRS. HARMON L. SMITH, B.A.
MR. NORWOOD G. SMITH, B.A.
MRS. ELIZABETH STACK, A.B.
English and American History
MRS. RUTH H. STEPHENSON
MRS. HATTIE ELLICE LEWIS STELL, B.S.
MRS. WILLIAM H. STOCKS, B.A.
MISS MELISSA STROTHER, A.B.
MRS. VIRGINIA SWAIN, B.S., M.S.
MR. CHARLES C. Toon, B.S.
MR. CLYDE WALKER, A.B.
Physcial Education and Drivers
MISS NAN S. WILKINSON, A.B.
The Board of Trustees of the Raleigh Public
Schools consists of seven members. The mayor of
the city of Raleigh is ex oiiicio chairman of the
Board. The other six members are appointed by
the City Council for a term of six years. The Board
of Trustees is the lawful governing body of the
Raleigh Public Schools, having certain responsi-
bilities, duties, and authority prescribed by state
law. The board formulates the policies of our school.
Left to righi, scared: Jcssc O. Sanderson. Fred B.Whecler. Standi11g:Lcwis H. Powell, Joseph C.
Clark, LeRoy Martin, Mrs. Harriett Prcssly, Fred Carnage. and H. C. Gillis.
The Executive Council
. . . President,
. . .Vice-President.
MRS. J. J. SANDLING Co1'1'vspon.din.g Secretary
MRS. FEl,1x S. BARKER
MR. ADRAIN .I. NEWTON.
MRs. EUGENE R. HUGHES
Meets for Lunch.
MR. HERBERT SHANKLE . .. . Auditor
MRS. R. A. SHAW . Historian
MR. JOE HOLLIDAY. MRS. JOHN W. CRAWFORD,
MRs. M. E. KIIIPIR, and MR. HERBERT L.
DR. IVAN D. JONEs . T7'0flSllTf-21' RIDGEWAY.. . . At Large
DR. J. BRYANT KIRKI.AND .Parliamcntarirm
THEME EOR THE YI-ZAR
Bcttcr Homcs, Better Schools, Better
SEPTEMBER-"Moot Your Teachers and
Introduction of New Teachers by Mr. Holli-
Worship A Business S Student Participants
-Dr. Kingston Johns.
DECEMBER-"Peace On Earth."
Worship -- Business - Christmas Concert--
Needham Broughton High School Sym-
phonic Band: Mr, Robert A. Barnes. Con-
JANUARY-"Keeping the Family Busy and
Happy at Homo."
by Dr. H. M. Cortcr and Mr. J. Clydo
FEBRUARY-"Music in Our Time."
Music Department: Mr. Leon Jackson, Con-
MARCH-Worship-Business - Play --- Nccd-
ham Broughton Dramatics Classes-Miss
APRIL - Worship-Business-Installation of
New Officers-Arts Festival.
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OFFICERS: First Tow. lcfl to right: Ann Sloan, Bobby Sl1Ufl'lN'l',
Mary Lynn Moody. Sr'c'o'nd 'ro'w: lVlr. Smith. Arthur Dozier.
We. the members of the class of con'
Sider this twenty-fifth year of Broughton the
most rewarding of our high school career, With
Mr. Norwood Smith, our class adviser. and
Bobby Shoffner, presidentg Arthur Dozier,
vice-president: Ann Sloan. Secretary: lVlary
Lynn Moody. treasurer: and John Cella. ser-
geant-at-arms paving the way. we undertook
more projects than ever before.
The Senior Play, 'gJanuary Thaw," the Queen
of Hearts program. the twenty-fifth anniversary
program. the adoption of Eighth Grade Broth-
ers and Sisters are only a few of the activities
in which our class was involved.
We can not easily forget that growing comes
through other's help . . . trust . . . faith. We
will always be indebteded to you. our friends.
our teachers. and our helpers. We. the class of
'55 Owe every one of you our thanks.
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BOB BRUCE ALLEN
CLARA FAYE ARNOLD
Cheering . . "D" Jones . . , Smile a n
The Undertaker . . . Dry Wit . . . "Fat Boy" , . , "Blah"
Spanish Club 3.
ROBERT LEDFORD ALPHIN
"Bob" . . . true leader . . . The Best!
Executive Council 3, 43 Student Council 3. Vice-
President 33 Representative 23 Representative to
Class Council 13 Representative to Student Council
Congress 23 Standards 3. Chairman 33 Stage Crew 1.2.31
Sports 2, 4, Chairman 43 Service Club 3, 4, Vice-
President 43 Junior Hi-Y 1. 2. Secretary 23 Senior
Hi-Y 3. 4. Secretary 43 Key Club 2. 3. 4, President 43
Class Officer 1, President 1: Homeroom Officer 1.
President 13 J.V. Basketball Team 23 Queen of Hearts
Escort 33 Marshal 4.
GLENN ELWOOD ANDERSON
HOT ROD! ! ! . . . Golfer . . . CHIP
French Club 2, 3, 43 Program Committee, Sgt-at-Arms,
3, 43 Decoration Committee for Dance 13 Decoration
Committee for Dance 23 Career Day Committee 43
Greensboro Chorus 1. 2, 43 American History Class,
Vice-President 43 Ensemble 2, 3. 4, Business Manager
4: Psychology Club 4: Student Council Representative
23 Boys' Monogram Club 2, 43 Vocal Chorus 1. 2. 3. 43
'liiomergonz Officer 1, 23 Golf Team 2, 3. 43 Swimming
eam , .
EDWINA CLARK ARMSTRONG
Brown eyes . . . Quiet . . . Wrightsville . . .
Poster Committee 3, 43 Spanish Club 3, 43 Little
Theater 3, Vice-President 33 Chorus 1. 2, 3, 43 Junior
Y-Teens 1, 23 Senior Y-Teens 3, 4.
BETSY LOU BALENTINE
Cute as a button . . . Great "lil" gal . , . "Fuzzy"
Student Co-operative 1, 2. 3, 43 Spanish Club 3. 43
Little Theater 2. 3. 4: G.A.A. 13 Chorus 13 Hi-Times
Staff 3. 43 LATIPAC Staff 4.
WILLIAM DANIEL BARHAM
Bill , . . Ambassador . . , nice 'n quiet
Maintenance 1, 23 Spanish Club 33 Little Theater 1, 2, 3.
HOYLE SCOTT BARKER
"Buddy" . . . Nose . . . 5 o'clock Shadow
Homeroom Sgt.-at-Arms 23 Football Team 33 J.V.
Football Team 23 Track Team 2, 4.
WILLIAM BENJAMIN BARKSDALE
"Bill" . . . foggy . . . friendly , . . "Stell"
Class Council 43 Publicity Committee 43 French Club
2, 33 National Forensic Club 3, 43 Chorus 23 J.V.
Football Team 23 Manager J.V. Basketball Team 23
DeMolay 2, 3, 43 Decoration Committee Jr.-Sr. 3,
Career Day Committee 4.
MARTHA GRETCHEN BARNETTE
"Gretch" . . . poise . . . quiet . . . seen with Lei
Publicity Com. 3. 43 Spanish Club 2. 3: Library Club
2, 3, 43 Public Speech Club 3, 4: National Forensic
3, 4, Secretary 33 Y-Teens 2.
ANN LEE BARNHART
Chemistry whiz . . . those curls . . . "Barney"
Junior Civic Council 43 Student Co-operative Com-
mittee 13 Latin Club 1, 23 Office Assistant 33 Honor
Society 3, 43 Chorus 1, 43 Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 4,
Program Chairman 23 Devotional 3, 4.
MARGARET FAY BEATTIE
Public Speaking . . . "Beattie,' . . . girl with a purpose
Junior Civic Council 2. Publicity Chairman 3. 43
French Club 3, 43 Latin Club. President 1, 23 Honor
Society 3. 43 Representative to National Honor Society
Convention 33 G.A.A. 23 Public Speech Club, Vice-
President 3, 43 National Forensic League, Vice-
President 3. 43 Chorus 1. 43 Homeroom Secretary 43
Junior Y-Teens Program Chairman 3: Representative
to Girls' State 33 Representative to Regional Y-Teen
Conference 13 Representative to State Y-Teen Con-
BARBARA ALICE BENNETT
Babs . . . sweet smile . . . laugh
Junior Civic Council 33 Latin Club 3, 43 Little
Theater 43 Hi-Times Representative 33 Sophomore
Council 23 Y-Teens 1. 2, 3, 4, Publicity Chairman 2.
HUGH C. BENNETT, JR.
Buddy . . . Stornpers . . . good looking
Spanish Club 2. 33 Little Theater 33 Boys' Monogram
Club 43 Sgt.-at-Arms. Homeroom 13 Sgt.-at-Arms,
Class 23 Swimming Team 3, 4.
RITA JANE BENNETT
golden girl . . . definitely diferent . . . young modern
Student Council Representative 43 Assembly 43 Sipanish
Club 43 Marching Band 3, 43 Symphonic Ban 3. 43
Winged Words Staff 43 Y-Teens, Trea urer 43 Cameron
Missouri 1, 23 Sponsor 23 Class Secretary 23 Masque
and Gavel 23 Solo State Contest 23 Planning Com-
mittee Junior Senior 33 Sr. Y-Teens 3, 43 Girls' Glee
Club 43 Poster Committee 43 "January Thaw," Pro-
gram Committee3 National Honor Society 4.
CHARLES PAGE BERNSTEIN
Kim . . . English worries . . . Wheel
Representative to Student Council 2, 33 House and
Grounds Chairman 43 Representative to Student Coun-
cil Congress 33 Social Standards 2, 33 Student Co-
operative 1. 2, 33 Hospitality 23 House and Grounds
2, 3, 43 Latin Club 2, 33 Office Assistant 23 Service Club
43 Chorus 1, 2, 3, 43 Ensemble 3, 43 Homeroom Vice-
President 2, Officer 33 J.V. Football Team 23 Track
Team 13 Escort in Queen of Hearts Court. 33 Member
DeMolay 2, 3, 43 Decoration Committee Class Dance 3:
Registration Committee Key Club Convention 23 Key
Club 2, 3, 4.
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ROBERT CONLEY BEVERLY
Glenwood gang . . . The hawk . . . My-first-date
Representative 15 Maintenance Club 15 French Club 25
Navy Reserve 3, 45 Boys' Monogram Club 45 Green
Thumb Club 35 Homeroom Officer 1. 2, 35 Football
Team 3, 45 J.V. Football Team 25 Track Team 1, 4.
LEI LANI JAYNE BIDLE
"Elby" . , . Capable . , . seen with Gretchen
Canton High School, Canton, Illinois 1. 25 Broughton
Spanish Club 3, 45 Broughton Junior Hi-Y 35 Canton
Biology Club 25 Canton Latin Club 25 Canton National
Junior Honor Society 25 Canton Y-Teens 1, 2.
JOHN WILKINSON BLACKWELL
Base . . . cool cat . . . Lover? . . . that walk
Student Council, Representative 25 Maintenance 25
French Club 2, 35 Little Theater 1, 2. 3, 45 Plays.
"You Can't Take It With You." House Manager 25
Hi-Times 3, 45 LATIPAC Staff 45 Officers, Homeroom,
President 15 Sgt.-at-Arms 25 President, Vice-President
35 Clubs. Little Theater. Vice-President 3: Swimming
Team l, 2, 35 Junior-Senior Decoration Committee 35
Student Council Decoration Committee 2, 35 Student
Guidance Committee5 Chairman Selective Service
EDWIN HEATHMAN BOST
Ed . . . cowboy . , . Evie . . . Walk
Boys' Monogram Club 1. 2. 3 New Orleans: Elections 25
Football 1, 3, 45 J.V. Basketball 1, 2. 35 Basketball
Team 35 Track Team 2, 35 Baseball 1, 2, 3, 45 Most
Athletic 35 Key Club 35
RITA HELEN BOWDEN
Sports . . . welcome! . . . eve'rybody's favorite
Cathedral High School'-Poster Committee 2, 35 French
Club 2, 35 Latin Club 1. 2. 35 Chorus 1, 25 Plays, "UD
in the Air," "So Help Me Hanna"5 Basketball Team
1, 25 Cheerleader 2, 35 Civics Club 35 Decorating Com-
mittee for Jr.-Sr. 35 Y.C.S. 1: Needham Broughton
High School-Chorus 45 Senior Play "January Thaw" 45
Decorating Committee for Queen of Hearts 4.
GLENN WILSON BOWERS
Blue Buick . . . Bashjul 173 . . . Blase
Representative to Class Council 35 Student Co-operative
35 French Club 3, 4, President 45 Honor Society 45
Senior Hi-Y 45 Homeroom Vice-President 45 President
of Honor Society 4.
DAVID ALLEN BRANHAM
"Bucky" . . . courage . . . sense of humor . . . ideal
Spanish Club 3, 45 Latin Club 1, 25 Honor Society 45
Senior Hi-Y 4.1
45' h l
C anim' '
SHELLA RUSSELL BRAY, JR.
Lifeguard . , . Rowdy Russ . . . bombproof
Maintenance 1, 2, 3. 43 Latin Club 2. 33 Office As-
sistant 33 Key Club 2, 3, 43 Boys' Monogram Club
2, 3, 4, Committee Chairman 43 Hi-Times Staff 3, 43
Swimming Team 1, 2, 3, 4.
PHILIP LEE BREWER
"Animal" . . . Heavy on the snow . . . the best
Homeroom Vice-President 1, President 2. Sergeant-at-
Arms 43 Chorus 1, 23 J.V. Football Team 23 J.V.
Basketball 23 Varsity Football 3, 43 Track Team 23
Boys' Monogram Club 3, 43 Spanish Club 33 Junior
Hi-Y 23 Senior Hi-Y 3, 43 Key Club 3, 43 Dance Com-
mittee 33 Junior Civic Council 4.
BETSY BLANCHE BRIAN
N.H.S .... southern accent . . . Canary . . . Gift of Gab
Representative to Class Council 13 French Club 3. 43
Latin Club 1. 23 Office Assistant 43 Little Theater 2, 3, 43
Chorus 1, 2, 3, 43 Ensemble 43 Winged Words Staff 3, 4,
Typing Editor 43 Y-Teens Secretary 43 Latin Club
Vice-President 13 Devotional Committee Chairman
Y-Teens 23 Junior Y-Teens 1, 23 Senior Y-Teens 3, 4:
Devotional 3, 43 Hand Props Committee for "Arsenic
and Old LHCEHQ House Committee for "You Can't Take
It With You"3 Decorations Committee for Junior-
Senior: Refreshment Committee for Sophomore Dance3
National Honor Society 4.
LOTA LEIGH BRIAN
"Lotta" . . . Vivacious . . . Personality Plus . . .
Junior Civic Council 43 Publicity Committee 43 Spanish
Club, Vice-President 3. Secretary 43 Latin Club 1, 23
Library Club 13 Oflice Assistant 3, 43 Honor Society 3,
Secretary 43 Service Club 43 Little Theater 2, 33
Winged Words Staff 3. Typing Editor 43 Our Best to
You Staff, Layout Editor 23 Homeroom Secretary 13
Y-Teens 1, Treasurer 2, Vice-President 3, President 4.
Interclub Council 3, President 43 Mizpah Devotional
Group 2, 3, 43 Decorations Committee for Dance 13
Invitations Committee for Junior-Senior3 House Com-
mittee for "You Can't Take It With You"3 Make-Up
Committee for "Arsenic and Old LHCEHZ "January
Thaw" cast 4.
WILLIAM HOWARD BRICKHOUSE
Billy . . . Patsy . . . "Brick"
Representative to Student Council 1, 2, 33 Representa-
tive to Class Council 23 Student Co-operative 33
Elections 3, 43 Latin Club 2, 33 Junior Hi-Y 23 Senior
Hi-Y 3, 43 Boys' Monogram Club 43 Vice-President
of Class 23 Homeroom President 2, 3, 43 Sgt.-at-Arms
of Hi-Y 43 Basketball Team 3, 43 J.V. Basketball Team
23 Marshal 3, 4.
BETTY JOANNE BROWN
Sweetest one . . . little feet . . . slumber parties
Social Standards Committee 43 French Club 3,.43 Little
Theater 2. 3, 43 Jr. Y-Teens 1, 2. Social Committee: Sr.
Y-Teens 3, 4, Publicity Committee3 Decorations .and
Invitations Committees for Jr.-Sr. 33 Props Committee
for "You Can't Take It With You" 23 Props Committee
for "Arsenic and Old Lace"3 Ticket Committee for
"Ten Little Indians."
NANCY RUTH BROWNING
Angel face charmer . . . witty one . . . fragile
Executive Council of Student Council 43 Representative
to Class Council 33 Publicity Committee for Student
Council 3, 43 Spanish Club 3, 43 Latin Club 1, 23
National Honor Society 3, 43 Representative to Na-
tional Honor Society Convention 33 Winged Words
Staff 43 Class Officer 33 Homeroom Officer 1, 2, 33
Queen of Hearts Court 43 Sponsor for Homecoming 3.
RITA ANNE BURKE
She's lovely . . , she's poised . . . She's in Our Court
French Club 2, 33 Office Assistant 33 Little Theater 33
Junior Y-Teens 1, 23 Chorus 1, 2, 33 Hi-Y Ministrel 1, 23
Homeroom Secretary 13 Larnmc Staff 43 Representa-
tive Queen of Hearts Court 43 Decorations Committee
for Snowball Dance 13 Ground Observer Cqrps 3, 4,
Secretary 3, 43 Career Day Committee 4. '
U4, J QJLAJS
BETTIE SUE CAVINESS
"Sadie" , . . Energy plus . . . cheerleader . . . wit
Representative to Class Council 2: Junior Civic Council
23 Hospitality 43 Spanish Club 3, 43 Latin Club 1, 23
Library Club Representative 43 Little Theater 2, 3,
Historian and Vice-President 33 Pla s, "You Can't Take
lt With You" 23 "Jane Eyre" 33 CE'.A.A. 13 Chorus 23
Hi-Times Stat? 3, 43 LATIPAC Staff 43 Homeroom Vice-
President 23 Latin Club. Secretary l, 23 Spanish Club.
Secretary 43 Sponsor 23 Cheerleader 2, 43 Y-Teens
2, 3. 4, Officer 23 Entertainment Co-Chairman 23
Wit Superlative 4.
HOWARD ROBERT CELL
Math Whiz . . . Occaneeche . . . "T" Shirt Boys
Marching Band 1, 2, 3, 43 Symphonic Band 1, 2, 3, 43
Circus Band 43 Club Officer 4.
JOHN ROBERT CELLA
"Johnny" . . . "88" . . . Mary
Student Council Representative 33 Student Council
Representative to Class Council 13 Student Council
Junior Civic Council 33 Elections Club 43 Maintenance
Crew 13 House and Grounds Committee 43 Spanish
Club 3, 43 Latin Club 1, 23 Honor Society 3, 43 Senior
Hi-Y 3, 43 Public Speech Club 3, 43 National Forensic
Club 3, 43 Hi-Times Stah' 3, 43 Sgt.-at-Arms of Senior
Class 43 Homeroom President lj Hi-Y Vice-President
43 Vice-President of National Honor Society 43 Swim-
ming Team 43 Decorations Committee for Junior-Senior
33 Decorations Committee 3.
JAMES STEWART CHERRY
Sleepy . . . J. S .... English Worries
Maintenance 23 Junior Hi-Y 1, 23 Boy's Monogram Club
2, 3, 43 Homeroom Vice-Presidentg Basketball Team
Manager 23 J.V. Basketball Team Manager 1.
at. ' Ru..
vs.: c9.J.,O,i, '1
MARY CARLETON COLE
Mur-Col-e . . . Everybody's friend . . . Blddy . . . f
Always smiling .
Latin Club 2, 33 Y-Teens 1, 2, 43 Secretary Homeroom
1, 23 H1-Times Representative 43 Invitation Committee
for the Sophomore Dance. f
Backstage man . . . Always working . . . Dependabl
Stage Crew 1. 2, 3. 43 Maintenance 13 Spanish Clu
3, 4: Latin Club 1, 2: Service Club 43 Little Theate
3, 43 Public Speech Club 2, 3, 43 National Forens'
3, 43 Winged Words Stafl' 3, 43 Chairman Lights fo
"Ten Little Indians," "Jane Eyre," three lplays t P ,A
Chapel Hill3 Point Secretary of N.F.L. 33 Vice- residen
of Public Speaking Club and National Forensic Leagu J
43 Representative to N.F.L. National Student Congress
BARRY EMERSON COLLINS I
ROBERT LYLE COLLINS
Bobby . . . quiet . . . Beacon Lake
French Club 33 Junior Hi-Y 23 Boys' Monogram Club
3, 43 Chorus 1. 2, 3, 43 Football Team 33 J.V. Football '
23 Baseball Team 2.
MARY FRANCES CONNELL
"Merjy" . . . Southern Belle . . . Golden Masquers
Junior Civic Council 43 French Club 3, 43 Latin Club M
1, 23 Little Theater 2, 3, 43 Golden Masquers 43 "You
Can't Take It With You" 23 "Arsenic and Old Lace" 33 l P
"Ten Little Indians" 43 Back Stage Worker 2, 3, 43 F.
Homeroom Officer 33 Y-Teens 1, 2. E,
FLORENCE LYNNE COURTNEY
"sunflower" . . . poise . . . expressive eyes
Representative to Class Council 1, 2, 43 Spanish Club
3. 43 Latin Club 1, 23 Little Theater 2. 43 G.A.A. 23
National Forensic, Speech Club 43 Chorus 23 "Ten Little
Indians" 43 Class Secretary 13 Vice-President. Home-
room 13 Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 4. President 23 Decorations
Committee for Jr.-Sr. 33 Chairman of Invitation Com-
mittee gl Scholarship Committee 43 Orientation Com-
m ee .
JOAN CAMILLA COX
"Cornmilla" . . . Frank . . . Friendly
Latin Club 1. 2, Secretary 23 Little Theater 23 Omce
Assistant 3. 43 National Honor Society 43 Y-Teens 1, 2,
3, 43 Senior Guidance Committee 43 Intramural Sports
Committee3 Costume Committee 23 Program Committee
23 Senior Guidance Committee.
ROBERT IRVING CROMLEY
Bobby . . . Looks . . . Lover . . . One of the five
Student Council Representative 43 Representative to
Class Council 43 Sports Committee 43 Spanish Club
3, 43 Latin Club 1, 23 Little Theater 1. 2. 3. 4:
Chairman for Publicity Committee 43 "Ten Little
Indians"3 "Arsenic and Old Lace" 3, Stage Com-
mittee: Set Committee for "You Can't Take It With
You" 23 Set Committee for "Land's End" 33 Hi-Times
Staff 3, 43 Lnrnmc Staff 43 Spanish Class Vice-President
3, 43 Homeroom President 43 7th Grade Orientation
Committee 33 Senior Executive Council 43 Senior
Service Project Committee 4.
NANCY EVELYN CRUMP
George . . . Easy on the eyes . . . Crump . . . Hi-Y Pin
Student Council Representative 43 Representative to
Class Council 13 Junior Civil Council 3, 43 Latin Club
1, 23 Little Theater 23 Chorus 1, 23 Hi-Times Stat! 3. 43
l.4A'l'IPAC Staff 43 Homeroom Officer 1, 2, 43 Jr. Y-Teens
1, 2, Treasurer 23 Senior Y-Teens 4, Decorations Com-
mittee ior Queen of Hearts Program3 "January Thaw."
Hand Props, Chairman 4.
ROBERT FRANKLIN CRUMPLER
"Moe" . , . Bobby . . . friendly
Latin Club 1.
RICHARD EVERETT CURLEE
"Curley . . . Y.W.C.A .... Ensemble
Maintenance 1: Latin Club 1. 23 Little Theater 13
Chorus 1, 2, 3. 43 Ensemble 2, 3, 4, President 4.
JAMES ALLYN DAVIS
Public Speaking . , . "bushel" Barrel . . . Audio-Visual
Student Council Representative 13 Junior Civic Coun-
ci13 Audio-Visua13 French Club 3. 43 Latin Club 1, 23
Little Theater3 Public Speech Club 3, 43 National
Forensic 3. 43 Chorus 2. 3, 4: Ensemble 43 Marching
Band 23 Varsity Band 1, 23 Career Day Committee 43
Officer of Club 3, 43 National Honor Society 43 Devo-
tional Group, President 4.
MARTHA LOURETTA DEAN
"Dean" acting . . . Golden Masquers
French Club 3, 43 Latin Club 13 Little Theater 2, 3. 4,
Historian 43 Golden Masquers 3, 4, Secretary 43
Props Committee for "Mind Set" 13 Chairman of
Props for "You Can't Take It With You" 23 Chairman
of Props for "Arsenic and Old Lace" 33 Student Di-
rector for "Ten Little Indians" 43 Hi-Times Staff 2, 3.
Feature Editor 33 Homeroom Treasurer 43 Decorating
Committee for Freshman DSHCEQ F.H.A. Count Dele-
gate to State F.H.A. Convention 13 Business gtan' of
Annual 13 Red Cross Representative 13 Chairman of
Freshman Class "Stunt Night" Program 13 Y-Teens 2.
FRED WHITAKER DEBERRY
Loves a "Little" . . . What a build? . . . Basketball
Maintenance 13 Spanish Club 3, 43 Little Theater 23
Boys' Monogram Club 1. 2, 3, 4: Basketball Team
1, 2. 3, 45 Baseball Team 1, 2, 3, 4.
ROBERT HENRY DEMSEY
That smile J . . . Yankee . . . Bob
Student Council Representative 43 Spanish Club 3, 4,
Latin Club 23 Boys' Monogram Club 43 Hi-Times Staff
3, 41 LATIPAC STAFF 41 Sganish Club Sgt.-at-Arms 3j
Soccer Team lg J.V. Base all Team 13 Baseball Team
3, 43 Junior-Senior Planning Committee 3.
ANNE POLK DENMARK
"Den" .. . impertinent angel . . . slow on the drawl
Student Council Representative 2, 3: Junior Civic
Council 43 French Club 3, 41 Latin Club 1, 2: Library
Club 11 Office Assistant 3, 4, Little Theater 1, 2, 3, 43
Chorus 2, 3, 43 "Arsenic and Old Lace" 35 "Ten Little
Indians" 45 Y-Teens 2, 3.
ARTHUR LEE DOZIER
The best . . . Snowman . . . Personality . . . Smooth
Elections Committee for Student Council 4: French
Club 3, 4g Service Club 43 Junior Hi-Y 23 Senior Hi-Y
43 Class Officer 43 Homeroom Officer 2, 3, 43 J.V.
Football Team, Manager 2: Senate Page in 1953 Legis-
lature: Jr.-Sr. Decorating Committee.
GARY FRANKLIN DOZIER
School Store . . . DeMolay . . . hard worker
Executive Council of Student Council 45 School Store
2, 3, 4, Manager 4, French Club 2, 33 Senior Hi-Y 4,
Chorus 1, 2, 33 Class Officer 33 Homeroom Officer 1, 4,
Entertainment Committee for Tenth Grade Dance.
JULIA JANE DRAKE
5'2" and. eyes of blue . . . likable type . . . True blonde
Spanish Club 4, President 4: Y-Teensg Dramatics
Cub 1, 23 Pep Club 23 Representative to Student
Council 3, Chorus 33 Office Assistant 33 Queen of
Hearts Decorating Committee 4.
OSCAR BEN EATON'
"Ben" . . . Rocky . . . How's the boy! . . . getting ads
Latin Club 1, 23 Chorus 13 Hi-Times Staff 3, 45 LATIPAC
C. L. EDDINS
DeMolay . . . Skeet . . . whiz in shop
ANITA LOUISE EDWARDS
Wriglilville , . , Ensemble . . . One of the three
Spanish Club 3. 41 Chorus 1, 2, 3, 45 Y-Teens 1, 23
Homerooln Secretary l. 3. 4: Homeroom Treasurer 2.
JAMES MATTHEW EDWARDS
Mighty fine . . . always working . . . "Liz"
Executive Council ol' Student Council 43 Representa-
tive to Student Council Congress 4, Audio-Visual
1. 2. 3. 4, Maintenance 3, 43 Spanish Club 3. 4,
Service Club 4g Senior Hi-Y 43 French Club 33 Tennis
Team 2, 3, 4,
ROBERT LUTHER EDWARDS
Bob . . . Yankee . . . Newcomer . . . The coachfs
son . . . Chevy
GERALDINE MARGUERITE EGGERT
Gerry . . . hails from Fayetteville . . . Typing whiz
Stage Crew, Newfoundland 33 Public Speech Club,
Newfoundland 3g Teenage Club Sgt.-at-Arms, New-
foundland 31 Schools: Oscha, Japan 51-52g Lebanon,
Missouri 523 Waynesville, Missouri 52-53: Ernest Har-
mon A.F.B., Newfoundland 53-543 Fayetteville, N. C.
54: Raleigh, N. C. 54.
DONNA ANNE ELLINGTON
Smart . . . likable . . . sweet
Representative to Student Council lg French Club
3, 4g Latin Club 1. 25 Needham Broughton High
School Orchestra 1. 2, 3.
Mur-lou . . . Olds 88 . . . Roy's girl
Chorus l, 2, 3. 4: Y-Teens lg Devotional 1, 23 Sponsor
lg Girls' Athletic Association 1.
MARJORIE MACON ESTES
Ph.ysic's flirt . . . big eater . . . that walk
House and Grounds Committee 43 Latin Club l, 23
Little Theater 2, 3: G.A.A. 25 Chorus l. 2, 3: Student
Council Sponsor 4: Class Service to the School Com-
mittee 1: Decoration Committee 23 Mimeograph As-
sistant 43 Jr. Y-Teens 2g Senior Y-Teens 33 Senior
SOPHIE ANN FAISOII
Tommy's twin . . . Ahoskie . . . Bowler . , . One of
Spanish Club 3. 4: Vocal Chorus 3. 43 United Fund
Work 43 Civil Defense.
THOMAS SENTER FAISON
"Sleepy" . Punch . . . Chrysler . . . Ann's twin
Marching Band 4: Varsity Band 3: Asheboro 1, 2.
CELESTE JUNE FERRELL
"Sealtest" . . . Nuts about Guns . . . seen with Pat
Office Assistant 3, 4: Devotional Groucp 1, 2, 3: Jr.
Y-Teens l: Sr. Y-Teens 3: Figure ommittee for
Jr.-Sr. 3: Invitations Committee for Junior-Senior 3:
Special Activities Committee 4: Program Planning
Committee for Queen of Hearts 4.
PATRICIA ANN FERRELL
Pat . . . quiet . . . seen with Celeste
Library Club 2: Ofhce Assistant 3: Little Theater 1:
Chorus 1, 3: Devotional 1, 2, 3: Y-Teens 2, 3.
Punchy . . . that laugh . . . hair!
In Birmingham, Ala: G.A.A. 1: Chorus 1: Jr. Y-Teens
.l: In Savannah, Georgia: G.A.A. 2: Jr. Y-Teens 2:
At Broughton: G.A.A. 3: Chorus 3: Devotional 3. 4:
Senior Y-Teens 4.
SAMUEL KINDLEY FRAZIER, JR.
Sam . . . actor . . . Speaker
Representative to Class Council 3: Latin Club 3, 4:
Public Speech Club 3, 4: National Forensic 3, 4:
Chorus 2: Winged Words Staff 4: Homeroom President
1, Devotion Chairman 2, Vice-President 3: Latin Club
Program Committee 3: Mispah Devotional 2, 3, 4:
Senior Class Play Cast 4.
DONALD KLEIN FRY
Mr. Announcer . . . "Fry" . . . Versatile
Representative of Class Council 3: Audio-Visual Com-
mittee 1: Elections Committee 4: Spanish Club 2, 3:
Honor Society 3, 4: Junior Hi-Y 2: Public Speaking
Club 3, 4: National Forensic League 3, 4: Chorus 2:
Announcer for Symphonic and Varsity' Bands 4:
Winged Words Staff 3, 4: Our Best to ou Staff 2:
Vice-President of Junior Class 3: Vice-President of
Homeroom 2: President of Homeroom 3: Vice-Presi-
dent of Spanish Club 3: President of National Honor
Society 4: Decoration Committee for Jr.-Sr.
HELEN ELAINE GADDY
Fine Gal . . . minus 25 lb .... Country Girl
Latin Club 2, 3: Little Theater 3: Y-Teen 1, 2, 3, 4:
Decoration and Invitation Committees for Junior-
Senior 3: Student Council Representative Eighth
?rade:2Orchestra 1: Homeroom Secretary 1: Devo-
PAUL VINCENT GAINEY
Catches on quick: . . . Landrum . . . handsome
Representative to Class Council 4: French Club 2, 3:
Latin Club 1. 2: Christian Citizenship Forum 3:
Homeroom Vice-President 2: J.V. Football Team 2:
J.V. Basketball Team 2: Baseball 2: Cathedral Latin
High School 1, 3: Escort for Maid of Honor 4.
BARBARA NELL GARGIS
Uquiet? I' ?" . . . that laugh! . , . driving? . . . One
of the THREE
Little Theater 13 Vocal Chorus 2, 3, 43 Mizpah De-
votional Group 3. 43 Junior Y-Teens I, 23 Senior
E-Teens 3, 43 Program Committee for the Queen of
MARY LOUISE GEILE
"Mary Lou" . . . cute . . , 'neat
Spanish Club 3. 43 Little Theater 2. 33 Chorus 1, 2g
Make-up Committee "Arsenic and Old Lace" 3: Ticket
Committee "You Can't Take It With You" 2.
CRITZ HORTON GEORGE
Tall one . . . "Nelson's Boy" . . , Friendly
Spanish Club 2, 33 Sgt.-at-Arms of Homeroom 13
Senior Class Project Committee 43 Senior Guidance
Speaker Committee 4,
MARY FAYE GODWIN
Say What? . . , Pretty Clothes . , . Beach Goer
Little Theater 23 Jr. and Sr. Y-Teens 1, 2, 3: Chorus
1, 2, Hi-Times Staff 4: LA1'ir-'Ac Staff 4,
ANNE POWERS GRISETTE
"Frenchie" . , . Phil . . . Figure
Student Council Rep, 1: Executive Council of Student
Council 13 Spanish Club 3, 43 Library Club l. 23 Office
Asssitant 3, 43 Chorus l, 2, 3, 43 Hi-Times Staff 3, 43
LATIPAC Staff 33 Homeroom Secretary 1, 2, 33 Decora-
tion Committee for Dance 2: Decoration Committee
for Snowball 2: Career Day Committee3 Hi-Y Minstrel
2, 33 Junior Y-Teens l, 2.
WILLIAM C. HARDIN
Dry wit . . . Maintenance Crew . . . Bill
Maintenance Committee I, 23 Civil Defense Commit-
tee Work 33 United Fund Homeroom Speech Com-
DALTON RAY HARRISON
Dickie . , . Johnsons Drugstore . . , clarinet . . .
Maintenance 13 Marching Band 2, 33 Chorus 43 Sym-
phonic Band 2, 33 Varsity Band 1.
SUE CAROLYN HARRIS
paint shirts . . . artist , . . versatile
Poster Committee 43 Spanish Club 3. 43 G.A.A. 1, 2,
Chairman 33 Chorus 23 Winged Words Staff 3, 43
Publicity Committee 3, Chairman3 Jr,-Sr. Y-Teens
1, 2, 33 Decoration Committees 3, 43 Planning Com-
mittee 43 Publicity Committee for "January Thaw."
ROBERT TRIPP HARRISON
drummer . . . go man go . . . Jam Sessions
Spanish Club 23 Marching Band 2, 3, 43 Symphonic
Band 2, 3, 43 Varsity Band 13 Circus Band 4.
ELIZABETH KIMBALL I-IATCHER
"Kim" . . . Page . . . True Beauty . . . Poise
Execut.ive Council of Student Council 43 Representa-
tive 33 Representative to Class Council 23 Poster
Committee 2, 33 Lost. and Found Committee 2, 33
Hospitality Committee 2, 3. Chairman 43 Vice-Presi-
dent French Club 3. Secretary 43 Latin Club 1, 23
Office Assistant 3, 43 Service Club 3, 43 Chorus 1, 2, 33
Class Secretary 2: Homeroom Secretary l, Vice-Presi-
dent 23 French Club Vice-President 3. Secretary 43
Attendant Queen of Hearts 33 Decoration Committee
for Sophomore Dance, Junior and Senior.
DAVID RYAN HAYES
Public Speaking . . . Smart . . . Seen with Sammy
Student Council Representative 23 French Club 2, 33
Public Speech Club 3, 43 National Forensic 3, 43
STEPHEN WORSLEY HAYES
"individual Steve" . . . "Nature Boy" . . . Always
French Club 2, 33 Boys' Monogram Club 43 Track
Team 2, 3.
JOHN MENARD HAYES
"Whitey" . . . Hugh's other half . . . Charlotte's gift
Charlotte, N. C.-Reiaresentative 33 Library Club 33
Golf Team 23 Footbal Team 33 Raleigh--Spanish Club.
EDWARD LEE HEDDEN
Big Ed . . . work work . . . Earnest Edward
Homeroom President 13 President of English Club 23
Junior Hi-Y 1, 23 French 3, 43 United Fund Collection
HENRY ARTHUR HELMS, JR.
Behind the scenes . . . tops . . . freckles
Executive Council of Student Council 43 Representa-
tive to Class Council 33 Chairman of Stage Crew 3, 43
French Club 3, 43 Office Assistant 43 Service Club
3, 43 Key Club 43 Boys' Monogram Club 3, 43 Presi-
dent ot' Homeroom 33 President of Service Club 43
Tennis Team 2. 3, 43 Decorations Committee for
MARGARET ANN HENDERSON
"Jimmie" . . . Snow Hill . . . English Worries
Goldsboro-G.A.A. 13 Marching Band 13 Oxford-
G.A.A. 23 Annual Stah' 23 Color Guard 23 Basketball
Team 23 Broughton G.A.A. 43 Chorus 33 Symphonic
Band 33 Mimeograph Assistant 4.
MARY SUE HERRING
"Sue" . . . Johnny . . . Typing troubles . . . gettin' ads
Latin Club l, 23 Chorus 13 Junior Y-Teens 1. 23 Senior
Y-Teens 3. 43 Senior Y-Teens Secretary and Treasurer
33 Senior Y-Teens Secretary 43 Hi-Times Representa-
tive 2. 33 Library Club 3, 43 Library Assistant. 3, 43
Library Representative 43 Homeroom Secretary and
Treasurer 33 Homeroom Secretary 43 United Fund
Work 43 Court Committee for Queen ol' Hearts -l.
VIRGINIA ROGERS HESTER
"Ginger" . . . Attractive . . . industrious
Representative 1, 4, Alternate 43 Junior Civic Council
23 Latin Club l, 2. Treasurer 23 Office Assistant 33
Honor Society 3, 43 Service Club 43 G.A.A. 23 Chorus
23 Hi-Times Staff 3, 4, Editor 43 LATIPAC Staff 4,
Freshman Editor 43 Homeroom Class Officer 2, 3.
Secretary and Treasurer 2, Secretary 33 Y-Teens 4.
President 43 Representative to Girls' State Alternate3
Y-Teens 1, 2, 3. 4.
ROBERT FREEMAN HIBBARD
"Rina" , . . Lover . . . P.T.
Maintenance 43 Spanish Club 2, 33 Homeroom Officer
43 Football Team 33 J.V. Football Team 3,
ANGELA JEANNETTA HILLIARD
"Angel" . . . George K . , . Valentina Dancer
Poster Committee 43 Publicity 43 Spanish Club 3, 43
Little Theater 2. 33 Ticket Committee For "Lost
Horizon"3 Cast of "You Can't Take lt With You":
Costume Committee For "Arsenic and Old Lace"3
Our Best to You staff Secretary of World History
Class3 Secretary of Homeroom: Y-Teens 3, 43 Chair-
man of Poster Committeeg Invitations Committee For
Junior-Senior Devotional3 Cheerleader For 8th Grade
Faculty Gameg College Day Committee.
WILLIAM COOPER HITCHCOCK
Billy . . . Dry Wit . . . Basketball
Elections 43 Spanish Club 33 Boys' Monogram Club 43
Homeroom, Sgt-at-Arms l, President and Vice-Presi-
dent 2. Vice-President 33 Basketball Team 3, 43 J.V.
Basketball Team 23 Civil Defense and United Work
SANDRA MAY HODGE
Missouri . . . Sandy . . . sweet
Chorus 43 Southeast High School. Kansas City,
HENRY PAGE HOGWOOD
Brooks , , . 'tZeke" . . . funny papers
Maintenance Crew 1.
JERALD AVERY HOLLEMAN
Jerry , . . The best you'll find . . . Band . . . "88"
Student Council Representative 2, 43 Representative
to Class Council l, 23 Stage Crew 3. 43 Maintenance
13 Latin Club 3, 43 Junior Hi-Y 33 Senior Hi-Y 3, 43
Marching Band l. 2, 3. 43 Symphonic Band 1, 2. 3, 43
Circus Band 43 Officer ol' Homeroom 1, 2, 33 Spanish
Club President 3. Sgt.-at-Arms 43 Key Club 3, 4,
Treasurer 43 Decoration Committee For Class Dance
l, 23 Band Committee for Junior-Senior 33 Decorating
and Planning Committee Queen of Hearts 4.
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l, Senior Hi-Y 25 Marching Band l. 25 Symphonic Band
25 J.V. Football 25 Baseball 2. 3. 45 Needham Brough-
ton 3, 45 Boys' Monogram Club 3, 45 Homeroom Ohicer
l. 2, 3, 45 Football Team 3.
BURTON ALLAN HORWITZ
mad judge . , . acting . . . republican!
Latin Club 1, 25 Little Theater 2. 3, 4: Golden Masquers
2, 3, 45 Homeroom Officer 25 Officer in Golden
Masquers 3. 4.
MARY ELIZABETH HOWELL
"Hetty" . . , foggy . . . Ray
Attended Chapel Hill High School 1, 25 Student Coun-
cil, Representative 2, Representative to Student Coun-
cil Congress 2. Chairman of Social Standards Com-
mittee 25 French Club 3. 45 Library Club 25 Little
Theater 45 llomeroom Treasurer 35 Girls' Basketball
Team 25 Y-Teens l, 25 Representative to Class Council 4.
GEORGE CORNELIUS HUDSON. JR.
"Neil" . . . brain . . . actor
Representative to Class Council I5 Latin Club Treas-
urcr l. Vice-President 25 Little Theater 2. Business
Manager 3. 4: Golden Masquers 3. President 45 "The
Terrible Meek". "Arsenic and Old Lace"5 "Lands
Encl"5 "Ten Little Indians"5 National Honor Society 45
Scnior Play Cast 4.
. FAIZ' ABDELJAWAD HUSEIN'
' ' Lrfilerd. E. Star . . . Nice . . . Aim,
French Club HE, 35!Psychology Club.
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CAROLINE ALLEN JACKSON
"Carrie" . . . dramatics , . .
Dramatics Club. Wake Forest High School 15 Glee
Club lg Junior Y-Teens 2: Little Theater 2. 3, 45
National Forensic League 3. 45 Senior Y-Teens 3, 45
"Mind Set" 25 Chairman of Make-up Committee for
Senior Play 45 Winged Words 35 French Club 3, 45
Hand Props Committee for "Ten Little Indians" 4.
JIMMY RALPH JEFFREY
"Wheatie" . . . Mr. Smilh's boy t?l , . . Full of fun
Spanish Club 3. 45 Boys' Monogram Club 2, 3, 45
Public Speech Club 13 Hi-Times Staff 2. 3. 45 LATIPAC
Staff 4: Tennis Team 2, 3, 45 President of Govern-
ment Class 43 Chairman of Senior Advisory Com-
mittee 4: Decorating Committee for Monogram Club
Dance 3. 45 Queen of Hearts Court, Escort 4.
Tom . . . Engl.i,sh . . . Spanish. Worries
Spanish Club 3, 45 Latin Club 1.
BETTY LOUISE JOHNSON
Buick 59 , . . Seen with Mary Sue . . . Legs
Spanish Club 3, 4: Little Theater 2: G.A.A. 1, 2, 3. 4:
FRANCES FAISON JOHNSON
Clun-Non ,... Cosmopolitan . . . full of fun
Y-Teens Representative 4: Poster Committee 4: French
Club 3, 4: -Teens 1, 2, 3, 4: Latin Club 1. 2: Office
Assistant 3: Honor Society 3, 4: Little Theater, "You
Can't Take It With You" 2, 3: Winged Words Staff
3. 4: Clinton Vice-President 1: Homeroom 4: Club
3. 4: J.V. Basketball Team at Clinton: Decorations
Committee Junior-Senior: Senior Play Cast 4.
JERRY LEE JONES
Personality , , . Mr. President . . . Service
Executive Council of Student Council 4: President of
Student Council 4: Representative to Class Council
1, 2, 3: Representative to Student Council Congress 3:
Vice-President of S.C.C. Central District 3: Junior
Civic Council 4: Lost and Found Committee 3: Student
Co-operative Committee 2: Elections Committee 3:
Hospitality Committee 3: Sports Committee 3: Key
Club 4: Latin Club 1, 2, President 1: Honor Society
3, 4: Representative to N.H.S. Convention 3: Service
Club 3. 4: Junior Hi-Y. Vice-President 2: Senior Hi-Y
3, 4: Boys' Monogram Club 2. 3. 4: Marching Band
1, 2, 3: Symphonic Band 2, 3: Varsity Band 1: Home-
room President 1, 2, 3: Tennis Team 1. 2. 3, 4: J.V.
Basketball Team 1, 2: Marshal 3: Representative to
Boys' State 3: Senior Superlative, Mr. Needham
CHAUNCEY MORRIS JONES
"Chauncey" . . . clothes . . . Spanish Worries, too
Spanish Club 3, 4: Monogram Club 2, 3, 4: Public
Speech Club 1, 4: Marching Band 2, 3: Symphonic
Band 1, 2. 3: Tennis Team 2.
NANCY COLBERN JONES
writing . . . dependable . . . reserved?
Junior Civic Council 4: Publicity Committee 3, 4:
French Club 3, 4: Latin Club 1, 2: G.A.A. 2. 3:
Hi-Times Stat? 3, 4, Hi-Times Representative 3: Senior
Editor ot' LATIPAC 4: Y-Teens 1, 2, 3: Devotional 2, 3:
Decoration Committee for Jr.-Sr. 3: Sports Manager
of G.A.A. 3: Invitation Committee for Tenth Grade
Dance 2: National Honor Society 4.
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Pat . . . Blondie . . . Sweet
At Cathedral 1, 2, 3: Chorus 4.
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"already taken" . . . Mighty fine . . . a Mrs.
Kings Mountain, N. C. Chorus 23 Home Economics
President 33 Future Teachers Club 33 Pep Club 2:
Editorial Committee for Milestonc-:3 Jr.-Sr. Banquet
Committee 33 Sponsor 3.
ROBERT HERNDON KING
"King" . . . one of the five , . . hands . . . Johnsorfs
Representative to Class Council 13 Vice-President
Homeroom 13 Decoration Committee for Dance 23 Latin
Club 2, 33 Little Theater 43 Tennis Team 3, 43 Hi-Times
Staff 33 LATIPAC Staff 33 Homeroom Treasurer 43 Hi-
Times Representative 43 Publicity Committee for "Ten
Little Indians" 4.
RALPH MERTON KING
Partying , . . twert . . . Big Mert
Student Council Elections and Maintenance Com-
mittee 1, 23 Boys' Monogram Club 2, 3, 43 Varsity
Band 1, 2, 43 Orchestra 33 Sgt.-at-Arms Monogram
Club 43 Football Team 1, 2. 3, 43 J.V. Basketball
ROBERT TAFT KIRKLAND, JR.
Bobby . . . "owe of the best" . . . Tune Ager
Latin Club 1, 23 Spanish Club 3, 43 Honor Society 43
National Forensic 4.
JAMES BRYANT KIRKLAND, JR.
Jimmy . . . Photographer . . . Flash Bulb
Audio-Visual 1, 2, 3, 43 Photographer for Marching
"F," . . . Clothes with class . , . figure plus
Student Council Representative 33 Representative to
Class Council 13 Representative to Student Council
Congress 3: Spanish Club 3. 43 Latin Club 1, 23
Little Theater 1, 2, 3, 43 G.A.A. 13 Chorus 1, 23
Ht-Times Staff 3, 43 LATIPAC Staff 43 Homeroom
President 1, Vice-President 43 Marshal 33 Y-Teens
1. 2, 3, 4, Secretary 23 Invitation Committee for
Jr.-Sr. 33 Psychology Club 33 Refreshment Committee
23 Class Committee 4.
MEREDITI-I BLAKE LENTZ
Writer . nice to know . . . "English brain" . . .
Greensboro Lindley Jr. Hi 13 Curry Hi 23 Poster
Committee 43 Spanish Club 33 Library Assistant 13
Office Assistant 23 Service Letter 13 Drama Club 23
Big-Little Sister's Club 2: Winged Words Staff 43
Curryer Staff 23 Devotional.
JUDITH LYONS LEVI
Representative to Class Council 1, 3, Election
"Punch and Judy" . . . little fog . . . vivacious
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Spanish Club 3 Latin Club 1 2 Office Assls
Little Theater 3, 43 chorus 1, 23 Hi-Timf,s1mi't' -42
Lxrirnc Stan' 4: Homeroom Treasu ei-.1. 2, '33
Jr. Y-Teen T asurer 33 Cheerleader 2. 43 Operations
S irit Com tee 43 Make-up C mit e For Little
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MARJORIE LOUISE LINZEY
"Margie" . . . real wit . , . sweet 'n' neat .
Student Council Representative 4: Representative
to Class Council 1. 2: Spanish Club 3. 4: Library Club
4: Office Assistant 4: Little Theater l. 2, 3: Girls'
Monogram Club 2: Chorus 1. 2: Hi-Times Staff 3, 4:
LATIPAC Staff 4: Treasurer of Freshman Class: Treas-
urer of Homeroom 1, 2: Secretary of Homeroom 3:
Secretary of Spanish Club 4: Little Theater. Make-up
Committee 2. 3: Y-Teens. Social Chairman.
JOYCE ANN LITTLE
"De" . , . Lovely to look at . . . Pretty Hands
Representative to Student Council 2: House and
Grounds Committee 4: Spanish Club 3, 4: Office As-
sistant 2, 3. 4: Lit.tle Theater 2, 3: Hi-Y Minstrel
Chorus 2: Ht-Times Staff 3, 4: Larnmc Staff 4: Home-
room Officer 1, 2, 3. 4: Queen of Hearts Court 2:
Cheerleader 2: Junior Y-Teens I, 2: Senior Y-Teens 3:
Usher for Hi-Y Minstrel 2: Decoration Committee for
Freshman Dance: Invitations Committee for Junior-
Senior 3: House Committee for Play 3: Ticket Com-
mittee for Play 3.
LAWRENCE LUTHER LOHR
Brain ,... Ensemble . . . Larry
Latin Club I, 2: Honor Society 4: Chorus 2, 3, 4:
Ensemble 4: "Down in the Valley" 3: Vice-President
of Latin Club 1.
CHARLES KLEM LOMBARD
Chuck . . . "Jibba" . . . golfer , . . accent
Latin Club I, 23 Boys' Monogram Club 3, 4: Chorus
1, 2: Golf Team 2, 3, 4.
JANE OWEN LOW
"Little Low" . . . Vivacious . . . Those Legs!
Representative to Class Council 4: Latin Club 1. 2:
Little Theater 2, 4: G.A.A. 3. 4: Chorus 2: Winged
Words Staff 4: Hi-Times Staff 3, 4: Homeroom Presi-
dent 4: Jr, Y-Teens 1, 2. Vice-President 2: Sr. Y-Teens
3, 4: Invitations Committee for Jr.-Sr.: Mimeograph
Assistant 4: Inter-Club Council 2: College Day Com-
mittee 4: Hand Props Committee for "You Can't Take
It- With You": Cast of Senior Play. "January ThaW."
ASHLEIGH MARTIN LUCAS
The Glenwood Gang . , . eyes . . . Hamlet High School
French Club 3: Senior Hi-Y 2: Football 1. 2: Basketball
Team I. 2: Baseball Team 1. 2, 3: Boys' Monogram
Shih L42: Marching Band I3 Senior Play, "January
JAMES MARTIN LYNDON
Jimmy . . , eyes! I ! . . . nice '11 friendly
Maintenance 2: Spanish Club 3: Library Assistant I:
Little Theater 2: Chorus 1: Hi-Times Stafl' 2: Sgt.-at-
Arms Homeroom I: Decoration Committee for Fresh-
man Dance 1: Psychology Club 3.
MARY LOU MACON
Morehead . . . "Little Moo" . . , Poisc . . . Sophisticated
Representative to Class Council 2: Spanish Club 3, 43
Latin Club l. 25 Little Theater 2. 3. 4: Chorus lp
Make-up Committee 33 Ticket Committee 23 Hi-Times
Staff 3, 4: LATIPAC Staff, Sophomore Editor 4: Home-
room Secretary 3: Parliamentarian American History
3: Devotional Group 4: Junior Y-Teens I, 2:
Senior. Y-Teens 3, 43 Psychology Club 4: Decorating
Committee 1, 2: Figure Committee for Junior-Senior:
I-diana lgrops Committee for Senior Play: United Fund
"Duck" , . . Singing . . . Friendly . . . Seen with Kay
Chorus 1, 2, 3. 43 Homeroom Secretary 13 Homeroom
Chairman 23 Homeroom Committee for Decorations
and Bulletin Board Chairman 33 Winged Words Staff 43
Corresponding Secretary 43 Library Club 23 French
Club 3, 43 Devotional Group 1, 2, 3, 4.
MARY MATILDA MANN
"Tillie" . . . Cutest Ever . . . Don
Latin Club l, 23 French Club 43 Little Theater l. 2, 33
Junior Y-Teens 1, 23 Senior Y-Teens 33 United Fund
Work 43 Psychology Club 43 Hi-Times Staff 3.
LANDRUM NORRISS MANNING
candy 'n clothes . . . true beauty . . . "Lanny"
Spanish Club 3, 43 Publicity 43 Latin Club 1, 23 Library
C ub I3 Otlice Assistant 31 Class Secretary 23 Spanish
Club President 33 Queen ot' Hearts lg Marshal 1, 23
Decorations Committee 23 Refreshments Committee 13
Invitations Committee 33 Steering Committee for
Senior Guidance Program3 Y-Teens 1, 2, 33 Chairman
of Liberal Arts College Committee 43 United Fund
Work 43 Civil Defense 3: Senior Play. Hand Prop
Committcc3 Queen ol' Hearts Court. Maid of Honor 4.
KATINA MICHELE MATINOS
"Tina" . . . Pretty hair . . . Victor
Y-Teens 1, 23 Chorus 2, 3, 43 Hi-Times Staff 33
l.A'l'lPAt' Stntl' 3.
EDWARD LEWIS MAYNARD
Likable . . . The People's Choice . . . Teasin' Ed
Maintenance 13 Vice-President of Homeroom l, 23
Eenior Class Councilg Publicity Committee Senior
GENE CLEVELAND McCRACKEN
Gumchewer . . . Good looking . . . Clothes
Executive Council of Student Council 43 Representa-
tive to Class Council l, 23 Maintenance l, 2, 3, 43
Spanish Club 2, 33 Service Club 43 Little Theater
l. 2. 3, 43 Boys' Monogram Club 2, 3, 43 Homeroom
Ofliccr 2, 33 J.V. Football Team 23 Track Team 2, 3, 43
Decoration Committee l, 33 Service Project Com-
mittee 33 Money Making 2.
WILLIAM WATKINS MERRIMAN. III
Bill . . . line . . , "Hole,' . . . "Foxey-Woxegxf'
Student Council Representative 13 Maintenance Crew
1, 23 Sports Committee 43 Spanish Club 3. 43 Little
Theater 1. 2, 33 Hi-Times Staff 33 Vice-President of
Homeroom 13 Hi-Times Representative 23 Sgt.-at-Arms
of Homeroom 33 Sgt.-at-Arms of Spanish Club 33
J.V. Basketball Team: Project Committee 13 Enter-
tainment Committee for Sophomore Dance: Refresh-
ment Committee for Freshman Dance.
SAMUEL CHESTER MERRITT
Sam . . . Nice, Quiet
Latin Club 1, 2.
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HAL MACON MILLER
"One of the five" . . . Bob's buddy . . . hawking
Student Council Representative 23 Class Council 33
Spanish Club 2. 3, President 33 Elections Committees
43 Maintenance 23 Senior Hi-Y 43 Little Theater 2. 3, 4.
Vice-President 33 Homeroom Officer 1. 33 Key Club
3, 43 Tennis Team 33 Light Committee Chairman,
"Arsenic and Old Lace"3 Dramatics Class President 33
Decoration Committee 3.
COLON SHAW MINTZ, JR.
Semi . . , Basliful? . , . Star . . . vertical hyphen
Sgt.-at-Arms to Student Council 43 Representative to
Class Council 1, 2, 33 Representative to St.udent Coun-
cil Congress 33 Social Standards 33 Elections 33 Chair-
man of Elections 43 School Store 33 Latin Club 1. 23
Service Club 43 Junior Hi-Y 1, 23 Senior Hi-Y 3, 43
Little Theater 13 Key Club 1, 2, 33 Boys' Monogram
Club 3, 43 Class Officers President 23 Homeroom
Ohicers Vice-President 1, President 23 Club Officers
President of Jr. Hi-Y 23 President of Monogram 43
Tennis Team 2, 3, 43 Basketball Team 2, 3, 43 J,V.
Basketball 13 All-Eastern A.A.A. Conference 33 Most
Valuable Player Award, Basketball 33 Representative
to Boys' State 33 Delegate to State Hi-Y Convention 2.
Pencil case . . . Helpful . . . "slip" stick
House and Grounds 23 Spanish Club 3, 43 Officer
Senior Service Club Committee.
EDNA EARLE MONTAGUE
Gene . . . "Baseball"
Little Theater 1, 2, 33 Typist Hi-Times Stall' 43 Y-Teens
1, 23 Senior Y-Teens 3.
MARY LYNN MOODY
"Mari" . . . lafj . . , popularity plus
Executive Council of Student Council 2, 4, Secretary
23 Student Council Representative 33 Representative
to Class Council 1, 43 Representative to Student Coun-
cil Congress 23 Junior Civic Council 23 Assembly
Chairman 43 Hospitality Committee 33 French Club
2, 3, Secretary 23 Office Assistant 3: Service Club 3. 4,
Secretary-Treasurer 43 Little Theater 2, 33 Vice-Presi-
dent 33 Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 4, President. 2, Treasurer 43
G.A.A. Team Captain 23 Chorus 1. 23 "You Can't Take
It With You," Usher 33 Winged Words Staff li Oar
Best to You Stali, Secretary 23 Hi-Times Stall' 43
LATIPAC Staff 43 Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 4, President 33 Decora-
tion Committees 3. 4: Class Treasurer 4.
ALEXANDER ROSS MOORE
"Rossi' . . . Good lookin' lad . . . Trackman
Social Standards 43 Maintenance lj Latin Club 2, 33
Track Team 33 Decorations Committee for Jr.-Sr. and
Monogram Club Dance 4.
FREDERICK LANE MOREADITH
Freddy . . . Math brain . . . good looking . . . nice
Latin Club 1, 23 Homeroom Officer 33 College Day
MARION STUART MOUNTCASTLE
Sonny . . . Snow Man? . . . Crooner
Audio-Visual Committee 2: Maintenance Crew 13
Boys' Monogram Club 2, 3, 43 Chorus 1, 2, 3. 43
Hi-Times Staff 33 Homeroom President 13 Basketball
Team 2, 33 J.V. Basketball Team 13 Track Team 1, 2. 3.
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NANCY ELIZABETH MUMFORD
"Nan" . . . G.A.A .... Athletic
Latin Club 2, 33 Library 1, 23 Ofiice Assistant 43 Hi-
Times Representative 13 LATIPAC Representative 23
G.A.A. 2, 3, 4, Points Secretary 3. President 43 Chorus
43 Devotional Group 2, 3. 43 Y-Teens 13 Operation
Spirit Committee 3: College Day Committee 4.
CAROLYN MADDEN MYERS
Gamin .... lyrical linguist . . . doll-like
Student Council Representative 1: Social Standards
Committee 43 French Club 3, 43 Latin Club 1, 23
Honor Society 3, 43 Broughton Speech Club 3, 43
National Forensic League 3, 43 Homeroom Secretary 43
Y-Teens 1. 33 Career Day Chairman 43 Seventh Grade
Orientation Committee 33 Winged Words Staff 43
Planning Committee for Junior- enior Dance.
ELINOR DARK NEWBERNE
hairdo! . . . typing whiz! . . . that walk
Hi-Times Representative 13 Y-Teens 1. 2, 3. 43 French
Club 3. 43 Spanish Club 2. 33 Little Theater 13 Home-
room Secretary 1, 2.
KATHLEEN BERNARD NEWELL
Kay . . . dig that laugh . , , "Frisco"
Representative 23 Spanish Club 3. 43 Latin Club 1, 23
Library Club 23 Winged Words Staff 43 Y-Teens
l, 2, 3, 43 Rainbow Girls 1, 2. 3.
MICHAEL JON NEILSEN
"Mike" . . . crazy , . . "band boy" . . . Howard's
Latin Club l, 23 Marching Band 1, 23 Symphonic Band
3, 43 Varsity Band 1. 2.
DURWARD S. NICHOLS
"Nicky , . . Wheatie's buddy
Representative to Class Council 43 Student. Co-opera-
tive Committee 13 Spanish Club 3, 43 Key Club 43
Hi-Times Staff 3, 43 LA'rxPAc Staff 43 Career Day Com-
mittee 43 Hi-Y 4.
SARAH JANE NICHOLSON
"Sarah" . . . Blondie . . . short 'n sweet . . .
Spanish Club 3. 43 Y-Teens 1, 2, 33 Chorus 1, 2, 3, 43
Homeroom Secretary 13 Homeroom Sponsor 13 Senior
Project Committee 43 United Fund Work 4.
BARBARA ANN PASCHALL
Beach trips . . . 814.83
Representative to Class Council 33 Spanish Club 3, 43
Library Club 13 Little Theater 2, 33 Chorus 1, 23
Hi-Times Staff 3, 43 LATIPAC Stat? 43 English Club
Secretary 33 Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 4.
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ARTHUR EDWARD NIVISON
Ace , . . "brain" . . . sneezing
Latin Club 1. 2: Chorus 3: Laboratory Assistant. 4.
JESSE ALLEN NORRIS
Ensemble . . . Mouse . . . Brutus
Junior Civic Council 3g French Club 3. 4: Office As-
sistant 43 Key Club 2, 3, 43 Chorus 1, 2, 3, 43 Ensemble
2, 3, 41 Homeroom Vice-President 1, Key Club Sgt.-
MARY SUE OWENS
Betty Loufs other half . . . lilfortd curls . . . "Anything"
Spanish Club 3, 4, Chorus l, 2, 3. 4.
LYNNE MOREL PALMER
Accent . . . Smile . . . Figure . . . Personality
Representative to Class Council lg Latin Club l. 21
Homeroom President. 13 Chorus 25 Junior Y-Teens 23
Senior Y-Teens 3, 4, Devotional Group 2, 3, 4.
MARGARET L. PARIS
lazy laff . . . sunshine . . . cut' up . . . "Paris"
Student Council 1. Junior Civic Council 43 Hospitality
Committee -lg French Club 3. 4. Secretary 4: Latin
Club 1, 21 Honor Society 3, 4: Public Speech Club
3. 4g Winged Words Staff 3. 43 Our Best to You
Staff 2: Homeroom Vice-President 2, 31 Secretary of
Latin Club lg Y-Teen President 41 Inter-Club Council
2, 3, 43 Sec.-Treas. of N.F.L. 35 Speech Club 31
Representative to United Nations Pilgrimage. Secre-
tary 3: Queen of Hearts Decoration 4.
MARGARET EFFIE PARKS
Margie . . , ice skating . . . cuttirt' up
Representative to Class Councilg Latin Club 1. 22
G.A.A. 1. 2, Chorus I: Hi-Times 4: LATIPAC Staff 41
Homeroom Secretary 43 Orientation Day Committee
31 Y-Teens I, 2, 31 Hi-Times Representative 2, Senior
Play Cast 4.
RICHARD BOYDEN PARK
"Dick" . . . giggling eyes . . . trackman
Student Council Representative 4: Junior Civic Coun-
cil 45 Latin Club l. 21 Honor Society 41 Monogram
Club 3, 4: Marching Band 1, 2, 3: Officer 3: Symphonic
Rand 1, 2, 3, 4, Homeroom Officer lg Track Team
2, 3, 4.
FRANCES MARIE PARRISH
"Frankie" . . . sweet , . . blond curls
French Club 3, 4: Latin Club 11 Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, -lg
Hi-Times Representative I.
SAMUEL WORTH PEARCE
"Sammy" . . . Nice to know . . . Duke's buddy . . .
Chemistry wliizt ?b
Varsity Band 1, 21 Marching Band 21 Spanish Club
2, 31 Swimming Team 3, 4.
MARY SUSANNE PETERSON
Apex . . . Drivet?J that CGT . . . Men troubles!
Student Council Representative 31 Representative to
Class Council 21 Latin Club 1, 21 G.A.A. 2, 31 Home-
room President 21 Homeroom Treasurer 41 Y-Teens 1,
Vice-President 2, 3, 41 Technical College Committee 4.
REBECCA IRENE PHELP3
Poise . . . Cary , . . Smart . . . Becky
French Club 3, 41 Library Club 11 Little Theater 33
Chorus l. 2, 3, 4: Homeroom Secretary 41 Laurinburg
l, 21 Future Teachers of America 31 Future Home-
makers ol' America l1 Dramatics Club 1, 21 Senior
Y-Teens 3. 4.
HAZEL ANN PHILLIPS
Kitty , . . third finger. left hand. . . . Harold
Chorus I, 21 Hi-Times Staff 3. 41 Homeroom Devo-
tional Chalrman 2g Secretary English Club 31 Secre-
tary American History Club 31 Y-Teens 1, 2, 3. 41
Decorations Committee for Eighth Grade Social.
JACK SYKES PHILLIPS
Romeo . . . Witty . . . "Fish"
Audio-Visual Committee 11 Maintenance Committee
V? 21 Sgoaxlish Club 3, 41 Hi-Times Staff 3, 41 Track
eam , .
JOAN MASON PLYLER
Going steady . . . shy 'n sweet . . . Henry
French Club 2, 31 Y-Teens 3, 41 Winged Words Staff
3, 41 G.A.A. 41 Homeroom Treasurer 31 Y-Teen
REGINALD WALLACE PONDER
Reggie . . . mechanic . . . mighty ine
Sports Committee 41 French Club 3, 41 Senior Hi-Y 41
Boys' Monogram Club 41 Homeroom President 41
Track Team 3, 41 National Honor Society 4.
JAMES WESLEY PORTER
"Batman" . . . Colony . . . Custom Coupe
Stage Crew 2: Elections Committee 31 Maintenance
1, 21 Latin Club 2, 31 Library Club 11 Little Theater
1, 21 Green Thumb Club 21 Public Speech Club 41 Dance
ginngmittee 11 Psychology Club 31 Music Appreciation
JANET LEE PRATT
Artistic . . . 'cello . . . pretty hair
French Club 3, 41 Library Assistant 11 G.A.A. 1. 21
Winged Words Staff 2, 3, 41 Junior Y-Teens 1, 21
Senior Y-Teens 3, 41 Broughton String Orchestra 1. 2. 3.
41 Broughton Symphony Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 41 Repre-
sentative to North Carolina All-State Orchestra 2. 3, 41
Member of the National Poetry Association 31 Little
Brother and Little Sister Committee 4.
JERRIE LYNN PRESTON
"SWISH" . . . attractive actress , . . innocent
Student Council 1, 21 French Club 3. 41 Latin Club
1, 21 Little Theater 1. 2, 3. -11 Golden Masquers 2. 3. 4.
Treasurer 41 Homeroom Pres. 1, Vice-President 41 Hi-
Times Staffp "Men Are Like Street Cars" l. "You
Can't Take It With You" 2, "Arsenic and Old Lace" 3.
ETHELYN ANNE PRICKETT
Beautiful hair , . . those eyes , . . one half . . .
the quiet one
Spanish Club 2, 31 Little Theater 41 Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 41
G.A.A. 41 Chorus,
SARALYN FRANCES PRICKETT
The other half . , .lovable . . . those legs
Latin Club 1, 21 Little Theater 3. 41 G.A.A. 3, 41
Chorus 1, 21 Winged Words Stat! 41 College Day
Committeeg Career Day Committee1 Library Repre-
sentative 3, 41 Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 41 Senior Play Com-
BETSY VIRGINIA PURCELL
Gentlemen Prefer . . . President's Lady . . . our
Eighth Grade President Representative to Executive
Council of Student Council 41 Representative to Class
Council 31 Junior Council 1, 21 Social Standards
Committee 1, 2, 3, 4, Chairman 41 Stage Crew Com-
mittee 1, 2, 31 Student Co-operative Committee 1, 2, 31
School Store Committee 1. 2, 31 French Club 3. 4,
Secretary 31 Latin Club 1, 2. Secretary 11 Service
Club 3, 41 Chorus 1, 2, 3, 41 Ensemble 41 Homeroom
Secretary 11 Jr. Y-Teens 1, 2, President 21 Senior
Y-Teens 31 Representative to Queen of Hearts Court 21
Marshal 3, 4g Sponsor 41 Eighth Grade SPOFISOYI
Chairman ot' Decoration Committee for Junior-Senior:
Chairman of Planning Committee for Student Council
Dance 41 Chairman of Court Committee of Queen of
BARBARA LOU RAINES
Lumpy . . . G. H ..., sweet
Spanish Club 3, 41 Office Assistant. 31 Little Theater
31 Y-Teens 2.
MARILYN JANE RAPER
quiet 'n' sweet . . . ,friendly . . . thoughtful
Latin Club 2, 31 Public Speech Club 3. 4. Treasurer 41
National Forensic 3, 4. Treasurer 41 Winged Words
Staff 41 Hi-Times Staff 31 Library Representative 31
I-Iomeroom Treasurer 41 Junior-Senior Decorating
Committee 31 Y-Teens 1, 2. 3, 4.
Sid . , . Beachcomber . . . "Snow" . . . Poolcey
Maintenance 11 Spanish Club 31 Little Theater 3, 4:
Symphonic Band 11 Plays: "Lost Silk Hat" 3, "January
Thaw" 41 Homeroom Officer 2. 31 Football Team 3, 41
Decorating Dance 1,
WILLIAM RICHARD RAY
Gray . . . "Ha-Ha" . . . "Bambino" . . . "Goose"
Elections Committee 13 Boys' Monogram Club 1, 2, 3, 43
Our Best to You Staff 33 Homeroom Officer 1, 2, 3, 43
Football Team 1, 2, 3, 43 J.V. Football Team 13
Basketball Team 1, 3, 43 J.V. Basketball Team 13
Track Team 13 Baseball Team 1, 3, 43 Decoration
Committee 1. 2, 3, 4.
SHELBY JEAN RAYNOR
Tina's pal . . . Tip-top . . , sweet
Mimeograph Assistant 43 Y-Teens 1. 23 Eighth Grade
Chorusg Chorus 2, 33 Typist for Hi-Times and
CHARLES AUGUSTUS REAVIS
"Gus" . , . personality . . . public speaking
Junior Civic Council 33 Spanish Club 2, 33 Junior
Hi-Y 23 Little Theater 1, 2. 3. 43 "Arsenic and Old
Lace" 33 "You Can't Take It With You" 23 Homeroom
Officer 1, 3, 4,
KATHERINE ANNE RENFREW
Duck , . , Neat 'ri' Sweet . . . Pretty as a Picture
Student Council Representative l, 33 Representative
to Class Council 33 Poster Committee 2. 3, 43 Latin
Club l, 23 Little Theater 2, 33 LA'riPAc Stat? 43
Homeroom Secretary 23 I-Iomeroom Vice-President 43
Jr. Y-Teens 1, 23 Sr. Y-Teens 3, 43 Decorations Com-
mittee 23 Decorations Committee Queen of Hearts
Dance 43 Make-up Committee for Senior Play 43
Queen ol' Heart's Court 3.
JOHN FLINT RHODES
New Ford . . . "Rabbit" . . . Mary Alice
Representative to Student Council 43 Latin Club 1, 23
Green Thumb Club, President 23 Hi-Times Staff 43
LA'riPAc Staff 43 Homeroom Officer 13 House Committee
DEWITT TALMAGE RICE, JR.
"Putt" . . . lil 'one . . . "Di'mwitt,' . . . Band
Spanish Club 23 Marching Band 2, 3. 43 Symphonic
Band 43 Varsity Band 1. 2, 3.
JANET LEE RICE
Nice to know . , , True blonde . . . "Jalopy"
Spanish Club 3, 43 Office Assistant 43 G.A.A. 23 Junior
Y-Teens l, 23 Senior Y-Teens 3.
SHARON ELAINE RIDGEWAY
Sharonmobile . . . more 'men . . . 5'2"
Spanish Club 3, 43 Latin Club 1, 2, Secretary 23
Little Theater 23 Public Speech Club lj Chorus 13
Hi-Times Staff 3. 43 LATIPAC 4, Junior Editorg Home-
room Treasurer l, Secretary 2: Junior Y-Teens 1, 23
Senior Y-Teens 33 American History Class Secretary
33 United Fund Work 4.
PEGGY ANNE RIDOUT
"Sadeyes" . . . Billy . . . angel smile
Student Council Representative 13 Spanish Club 3. 43
Office Assistant 23 -Teens 1, 2. 3. 43 Chorus 1. 2. 3. 43
Hi-Times Staff 33 LA'rxPAc Staff 33 Homeroom Secre-
tary 1. 3, Treasurer 23 Mlmeograph Assistant 43
Decorating Committee for Dances 1. 3, 4.
friendly . . . one-half . . . always talking
SARAH MANNING RUARK
"Sally" . . . lil' artist . . . pinned
Stage Crew 1, 2, 33 Executive Council of Student
Council 43 Poster Committee 1, 2, 3, 43 French Club
3. 43 Latin Club 1, 23 Homeroom Oflicer 1, 32. 33
Decorations Committee for 10th Grade Dance3 Decora-
tions Committee for Snowball DHHCEQ Decorations
Committee for Queen of Hearts Danceg Stage Decora-
tions Committee for Queen of Hearts.
Gene . . . Cary . . . practical joker
CHARLES HENRY RUSSELL
"Charlie" . . . Swell . . . cuttin' up
French Club 13 Y.M.C.A. Health Club3 DeMolay3 Shop
RICHARD JUDSON RUTHERFORD
Diclc . . . Acting . . . Friendly . . . Mimeographtng
Mimeograph Assistant 3, 43 Little Theater 2. 3. 43
Golden Masquers 3, 43 "You Can Take It With You" 23
"The Terrible Meek" 23 "Arsenic and Old Lace" 3.
JOHN WALTON SANDERS. JR.
"Chevy" . . . goofing off . . . Johnny . , . Sweet on Sue
Junior Civic Council 23 Maintenance Club 13 Latin
Club 1, 23 Green Thumb Club 2. Secretary 23 Hi-
Times Staff 3. 43 LATIPAC Stall' 43 Decoration Commit-
tee for Queen of Hearts Dance.
JULIUS AUGUSTUS SHANKLIN
"Jule" . . . Drawl . . . teacher's pet? . . . Amy
Audio-Visual 13 Maintenance 13 Latin Club 1, 23 Boys'
Monogram Club 43 Hi-Times Staff 23 Track Team 13
Swimming Team 3, 4.
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ROBERT MCBRAYER SHOFFNER '
Mr. President . . . Drums . . . good-looking
Rep. to Student Council 3. 41 Stage Crew 3: Lost and
Found Comm. 3, Chairman 43 Elections 33 Spanish
PHILIP WHITTEN SMITH
Phil . . . Slim , . . trouble . . . Anne
'-J.V. Football 23 Track Team 23 "Arsenic and Old
Lace" 23 Tenth Grade Dance Decorations Committee3
Maintenance Crew l, 2.
Club 2, 3: Marching Band 2. 33 Symphonic Band
l. 2, 33 Sgt.-at-Arms in Homeroom 3, President 4: 1
J,V, Basketball Team 23 Escort in Queen of Hearts
2, 33 DeMolay 1. 2. 3. -lg Key Club 4.
ROBERT CLYDE SINK zfggfe . . . Quiet . . . Intelligence!!
"Sink" . . . Service . . . Personality
Steering Committee for Career Day 43 Chairman of
Publicity Committee 43 Spanish Club 3, 43 Latin Club
2, 3. Vice-President 33 Our Best to You Stan' 23 Chorus
Club 1. 23 President
Homcroom President 1, 3: Latin
of Latin Club 23 French Club 3, 4, President 43 Student
Council Representative 13 Elections Committee 2, 33
Chairman of Student Co-operative Committee 41 Presi- ,
dent ot' Junior Class3 Junior Hi-Y 23 Senior Hi-Y 3. 1,
President 4: National Honor Society 3, 4: Service Club
3, 43 Sergeant-at-Arms ot' Service Club 43 Debate
TOEAIII 33 Speech Club 3, 43 National Forensic League
ENOCH LAFAYETTE STAMEY, III
"Nicki" . . . Genius , . . Acting 173 . Crazy plus
Poster Committee 23 Social Standards Committee 43
French Club 3, 4: Latin Club 1, 23 Little Theater
2. 3, 43 Golden Masquers 3, 43 "Arsenic and Old
Lace" 33 "The Lost, Silk Hat" 43 Winged Words Stan'
1, 2, 3, 43 Senior Hi-Y.
ANN ELIZABETH SLOAN
neat and attractive . . . Ted hair . . . our secretary
Social Standards 43 Latin Club 2, 33 Office Assistant 4g
Class Secretary 43 Homeroom Treasurer 23 Y-Teens 2,
Secretary of W.O.W., Junior-Senior Decorations Com-
mittcc 33 Y-Teens l, 2, 3. 43 Queen ol' Hearts Decora-
tion Committee 4.
MARGARET ROSE STARNES
Sparkle Plenty . . . Happy time . . . leading lady
Student, Council Representative 33 Junior Civic Council
2, 3, 43 Hospitality Committee 43 French Club 3, 43
Little Theater 2. 3, 43 "Ten Little Indians" 43 Home-
room Ofncer 2, 43 Junior Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, Devotional
33 Cheerleader J.V. 2.
DONALD ELWOOD SMALL
,Dim . . . Big . . . Nice . . , 41 Plymoutlz,
Order ot' DeMolay l. 2. 3, 4: J.V. Football Team 1. 2.
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Anna Ray . . , trumpet . , . quiet
Marching Band I, 23 Symphony Band I. 2. 3. 4.
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MARY SUE STEPHENSO
"Mur-Soo" . , . smiling . , , always willing to help
Representative to Class Council 23 Refreshment Com-
mittee for Sophomore Dance 2: Junior Y-Teens 1, 23
Senior Y-Teens 3, 43 Band Committee for Junior-
Senior 33 Senior Advisory Committee 43 Secretary of
Homeroom 33 Mimeograph Assistant 3, 43 House Com-
mittee for "January Thaw "
IINIANCY Jo STEVENS
State , , . slim . . . Jo-Jn
Mimeograph Assistant 43 Y-Teens 1, 2. 3: Eighth Grade
Chorus3 Typist for Hi-Times 33 Typist for LATIPM' 43
G.A.A 2, 3.
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ROBERT WELTON STEWART
Buzzard . . . Gondola . . . "One of the Five" . .
Stage Crew 3. 43 Latin Club 1. 23 Service Club 3, 43
Junior Hi-Y 23 Little Theater 2. 3. 4g Golden Masquers
2. 3, 43 Plays, "You Can't Take It With You." "Arsenic
and Old Lace," "Ten Little Indians." "The Lost Silk
Hat"3 Our Best to You Staff 2, Editor 23 Homeroom
President 2. Homeroom Treasurer 43 Little Theater
President 43 Decoration Committee for Class Dance
1, 2, Chairman 23 Decoration Committee for Jr.-Sr. 31
Decoration Committee for Snowball 33 Stage Com-
mittee for Queen of Hearts 43 Chairman. Decoration
Committee for Queen of Hearts Dance 43 Student
Director for "January Thaw" 4: Set Committee for
"Mind Set." 23 Representative to Class Council 23
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ROBERT T RNAGE TEWART
Pontiac . . . Blond . . . "Bobby"
Transfer from Hugh Morson H. S. 43 Music Clubg
Latin Club 1,23 Vice-President of Homeroom 3.
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short . . . motor scooter . . . quiet
French Club 2, 3, - A
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PEGGY ANN SULLIVAN
"Pegasus" , . , voice . . , walk1?i
Student Council Representative 13 Representative to
Class Council 33 Junior Civic Council 2, 3, 43 French
Club 3, 43 Chorus l. 2, 3, 43 Ensemble 3, 43 Marching
Band 1, 23 Symphonic Band l, 2, 33 Folk-Opera
"Down In the Valley"3 Homeroom Officer 1, 23 Club
Officer 3. 41 Member ot' Raleigh Jr. Music Club l, 2,
3 4 Ppes 3 Sec 2
'J' ' ,asf ' 7602 71
Willy . . . Wit . . . Personality . . . Monk
Elections Committee 43 Service Club 43 Junior Hi-Y 21
Senior Hi-Y 3, 43 Little Theater 13 Boys' Monogram
Club 3, 43 Hi-Y Minstrel 1, Hi-Y Variety 3, 43 Hi-Times
Staff 3, 43 LATIPAC Staff 43 Homeroom Ofiicer I, 2, 3, 43
Club Oflicer 43 Football Team 3, 43 J.V, Football Team
23 Baseball Team 2, 3. 43 Liberal Arts Committee 43
Class Dance Decoration Committee 2. 33 Service
Projects Committee 2, 33 Service Project. Committee
and Executive Committee 43 Snowball Dance Decora-
tion C0mmittee3 Queen of Hearts Decoration Com-
mittee: Senior Superlative 4. '
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WINFIELD SCOTT SWINDELL
"Scottie" , , . long live Spanish l?1 . . . lover
at heart . . . "shortie"
Student Council, Representative 4, Sports Com-
mittee 43 Latin Club 13 Spanish Club 3, 43 Hi-Times
Staff 3: Homeroom Officer 2, 33 J.V. Basketball
Team 1, 2: Senior Guidance Committee 4.
.IOANNE CAROL TEDDER
Jo , . . Sweet . . . Natural Curls
French Club 3, 43 Library Club 33 Library As-
sistant 2, 3g Chorus 2, 3.
MARTHA VIRGINIA TEAL
That laugh . . . 5'8" and just great . . . attractive
Latin Club 1, 23 Spanish Club 3, 43 Ottice As-
sistant 43 Little Theater 1, 2, 3, 43 Chorus 1, 23
Hi-Times Staff 3: LATIPAC Staff 43 Secretary of
Hongergom 13 Hi-Times Representative 43 Y-Teens
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JANE TODD 1
Richard and neat
1, 23 Honor
JOANNE LOUISE TRIPP
Brown eyes . . , "Tripp" . . . Jack
Social Standards Committee 43 Spanish Club 3, 43
Library Assistant 23 Library Club 41 Honor Society 43
Little Theater 33 Chorus 1, 23 Winged Words Staff
l, 3, 4, Editor 43 Homeroom Officer 1. 33 Jr. Y-Teens
1, 23 Senior Y-Teens 3, -l, Program Chairman 43
Class Dance Decorations Committees 2, 33 Chairman
of Queen of Hearts Program Committee 4.
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clothes . . . slender and graceful . . . model material
French Club 3. 41 Latin Club 1, 21 Oliice Assistant 31
Little Theater 2. 3, 4: Chorus 1. 2. 3. 41 Y-Teens
l, 2. 3, 41 Winged Words Staff 41 Decoration Com-
mittee for Dance 21 Social Committee for Y-Teens
l, 2, 3, 41 Service Committee 31 8th Grade Orientation
Committee 31 Chairman Social Committee Little
Theater 31 Chairman Make-Up Committee for "Mind
Set" and "The Terrible Meek" 21 Stage Crew of
Little Theater for "Ten Little Indians."
FRANK VANCE TURNER
English brainl?l . . . nature boy . . . cart?J
Marching Band 2, 31 Varsity Band 1, 2. 3.
PATRICIA LLOYD UPTON
"Pat" . . . seen with Gray and Peggy . . . dependable
French Club 3, 41 Latin Club 1, 21 Little Theater
2, 3, 41 Golden Masquers 41 Little Brother-Sister Com-
mittee 41 Scholarship Committee 41 Queen of Hearts
Decorating Committee 41 Queen of Hearts Planning
Committee 41 Chairman Ticket Committee of Senior
WALTER, RUDOLPH WAGNER
Ann . . . Football . . . polite . . . "Rudy"
Football Team 3, 41 Track Team 31 Monogram Club 4.
JIMMIE EARL WALL
"J" Wall K. . . Olds . . . Bop . . . Crazy Laugh
Spanish Club 3, 41 Marching Band 1, 2, 31 Symphonic
Band 11 Varsity Band 3, 41 Hi-Times Rep. 4:
Executive Council Oflicer 3: Homeroom Ofiicer 1, 2. 3:
Devotional Group 1, 21 Raleigh Chapter Order of
DeMolay 1, 2, 3. Officer 1, 2, 31 Decoration Committee
10th Grade DHDCGQ Decoration Committee Jr.-Sr.
Prom1 Decoration Committee Snow Ball1 Cast of
PHYLLIS BRENDA WALL
"Phyl" . . . tawny hair . , . young at heart
Y-Teens 1, 3, 41 Spanish Club 3, 41 Latin Club 1, 21
Oftice Assistant 3, 41 Hi-Times Representative 1. 2:
LATWAC4 Representative 11 Head of Evaluation Com-
PAULA AUDREY WARD
"Punchy" . . . 'red Chev convertible . . . the crew
Hospitality Committee 11 Girls' Athletic Association
41 Hi-Times Staff 3: History Class President 31 Junior
Y-Teens 1, 21 Senior Y-Teens 31 United Fund Work 4.
JANE GRAY WAYBURN
"Buddy" . . . clothes plus . . . that car
Student Council Representative 1, 31 House and
Grounds 41 French Club 2, 31 Office Assistant 31
Chorus 1. 21 Hi-Y Follies 2, 31 LATIPAC Staff 3, 4,
Junior Editor 3, Senior Story 41 Hi-Times Stan' 3, 41
Y-Teens 2, 31 Class Committees. Refreshment 2, 3.
Invitation 3: Queen of Hearts Court Committee 41
United Fund Work 4.
MARY ELIZABETH WILLIAMS
Beth . . . quiet . . . short hair
Spanish Club 33 Little Theater 3, 4: Chorus 3, 4
Y-Teens 43 United Fund Work 4.
BOBBY GORDON WILLIAMS
quiet . . . "Little Tarzan"
CYNTHIA ANN WING
Bobby . . . pretty hair . . . Everybody's friend
Y-Teens 1, 2, 33 French Club 33 Latin Club 1, 23
Little Theater 1, 23 Homeroom Vice-President 3.
EDWIN WEEMS WINKLER
"Tosci" . . , Spanish Whi: , , . Brief case
Spanish Club 3. 43 Symphony Orchestra 3. 4.
ELIZABETH LOVE WINTON
Blue eyes . . . music . . . pretty 'rl sweet
French Club 3, 4, Secretary 33 Latin Club 1, 23
Y-Teens 1, 23 Broughton String Orchestra 1. 2, 3, 43
Broughton Symphony Orchestra 3. 43 Representative
to N. C. All-State Orchestra 2, 3, 43 .A.A. 2, 33
Devotional Group 2, 3.
POLLY PATTON WOOD
"Jem" . . . cute and crazy . . . 5'2". eyes of blue
Latin Club 1, 23 Treasurer 13 Spanish Club 3, 4, Secre-
tary 43 Office Assistant 3, 43 Chorus 1, 2. 43 Class
Treasurer 23 Homeroom President 1, Treasurer 2,
Secretary 43 Hi-Times Representative 3.
BETTY ANN WOODRUFF
Pretty Hair . . . Neat . . . "Old Maid"
Junior Y-Teens 1, 23 Senior Y-Teens. Vice-President 33
Mimeograph Assistant 33 Home Economics Lab As-
sistant 33 Hi-Times Typing Staff 33 Service Project
Committee 3: Hi-Times Representative 23 Junior-Senior
Planning Committee 33 Secretary English and American
History Class 33 President English Class 43 Inter-Club
Council 33 Homeroom Treasurer 3, 43 Devotional
THOMAS RICHARD WORKMAN
"Dick" . . . always speaks . . . So nice
Maintenance Crew 23 Spanish Club 23 Chorus 1, 2, 3. 43
Ensemble 3. 43 "Down in the Valley" 3.
ADA CREECH WRIGHT
"Bu.rton's" . , . Clothes shark . . , Long hair . . . Jack
Library Club 1, 23 G.A.A. 13 Chorus 1. 2. 33 Hi-Times
Staff 43 LATIPAC Staff 43 Y-Teens 1, 2.
ROBERT WEBB WYNNE
"One of the five" . . . sleepy . . . might fine
Student Council Representative 43 Class Council 33
Spanish Club 2, 33 Junior Hi-Y 21 Little Theater 43
"Ten Little Indians" Cast 43 Manager J.V. Basketball
Team 23 Swimming Team 3, 43 Monogram Club 43
Homeroom Treasurer 1. Vice-President 2. President 33
Psychology Club Sgt.-at-Arms 33 Chairman United
Fund Committee 43 Orchestra l, 2. 3, 43 Chairman
Decoration Committee Monogram Club Dance 43
American History Class President 3.
JUNIUS BELL YOUNG
KAY KENNEDY ZEIGLER
"Peaches" . . . our Editor . . . dry wit
Student Council Representative 2, Assembly Com-
mittee 33 Latin Club 1, 23 Spanish Club 3. 4. Decora-
tions for Banquet 43 Office Assistant 33 Little Theater
1. 2. 33 Marching Band I3 Varsity Band li Symphonic
Band 33 G.A.A. 23 Civil Defense Chairman 33 Hi-
Times Staff 3. 43 LATIPAC Staff 4. Editor-in-Chief 41
Homeroom Officer. Secretary lg Devotional Group 1, 2,
3. 43 Alternate J.V. Cheerleader 13 Queen of Hearts
Attendant 13 Dance Decoration Committees 1, 2. 43
Y-Teens 1, 2. 3: "January Thaw." Hand Prop Com-
mittee 43 1955 Hi-Y Follies.
JEANNETTE KELLY BAKER
Jenny . , . Sweet and Lovely . . . newcomer . . . Mrs.
B. F. Grady High School 1. 2, 33 Girl's Monogram
Club l, 2. 33 G.A.A. 1. 2. 33 Home Ec. Club 1. 2. 3.
Reporter l, Secretary 2, Vice-President 33 Basketball
1, 23 Cheerleader 13 Strawberry Queen 3.
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Seated, left to right: Carol Crumpler, Miss Wilkinson, adviser. Standing: Lucia Jones, Harry
Broome, H. T. Eubanks, Ralph Cummings.
Our Junior Class began its year with the election of class officers. Ralph Cummings
was elected President, H. T. Eubanks, Vice-President: Lucia Jones, Secretaryg Carol
Crumpler, Treasurer, and Harry Broome, Sergeant-at-Arms.
The selling of drinks at school functions and magazine subscriptions, the class
projects, prepared the way for the long awaited Junior-Senior Prom. This big event
was held on April 22.
Also as a class project, the Junior Class donated many shrubs which were put
around the back parking lot.
Representing the Junior Class as marshals were Helen Arendell, Ralph Cummings,
Mary Ruth Starling, and Jimmy Kennedy.
Miss Nan Wilkinson was our class adviser.
L. V. Baker
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Mary Alice Cox
Ann Lane Crittenden
Mary Mac Davis
Anna Ray Dughi
Mary Catherine Edmonds
H. T. Eubanks
Lena Ruth Gay
Mary Nell Gresham
Rose Mary Hayes
Betty Lloyd Hutchen
Betty Sue Johnson
Carolyn Faye Jones
Kay Kennerson 1
Jean Marie Keyes
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Mary Louise Lineberger
John Delakar Minter
Betty Lou Moore
Mary Ann Phillips
Rose Marie Richardson
Lois Ellen Rogers
Martha Anne Simon
Mary Ruth Starling
OFFICERS: Left to right: Bill Wilson, Carolyn Wagner, Gordon Welch, Ann Honeycutt, Spec
The Sophomore Class elected as its officers for the 1954-1955 terms the following
President ..........,.... o.ss.......... B ILL WILSON
Vice-President ..,...... .L,,LL.,. S PEC UNDERWOOD
Secretary .,,.....,L, .,.... A NN HONEYCUTT
Treasurer ,.........,...... .,..,... C AROLYN WAGNOR
Sergeant-at-Arms ....... ,......... G ORDON WELSH
Due to the absence of our previous class advisor, Mr. Rigsbee, we elected Mrs. Nell
Kahdy. Our money-making project which was the magazine campaign proved to be a
great event. On April 1 the class held its annual social. This was a dance in the
Thanks to you, Mrs. Kahdy, for helping us to make this a most successful year!
Top row, left to right: Jimmy Abbott, Carlyle Adams, Barney Adler, Nancy
Alford, Judy Allen, Saundra Ammerson, Bill Anderson, Douglas Anderson.
Middle row: Wanda Austin, Carlton Baird, Johnny Balentine, Ted Bales,
Nancy Ball, Wilbur Berryman, Ernest Barker, George Barkley.
Bottom row: Bob Barksdale, Minnie Barnes, Henry Barnett, Linda Bashford,
Dickie Bethune, Kenneth Baucom, Barbara Baxley, Judy Bledsoe.
Top row, left to right: Ann Louise Bolin, Margaret Bowen, Ann Bradshaw,
Ed Bracgshaw, Jimmy Bradshaw, Faye Branaham, Barbara Brewer, Eddie
Middle row: Margie Brooks, Talmage Brown, Bobby Burch, Cornelia Burch,
Charles Bennett, Jo Burke, Ann Campbell, Neil Caplan.
Bottow row: Janice Capps, Thomas Carroll, Ann Carson, Ann Caudle, Janet
Caudle, Lou Chapman, Charles Clements, Jane Cochran.
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Top row, left to right: Jayn Cochran, Carolyn Coggin, Phyllis Cole, Judy
Cooley, Raymond Collins, Nancy Compton, Elizabeth Cox, Bobby Cranford.
Middle row: Robert Croom, Kenneth Curtis, Jimmy Davis, Jimmy Dean, Sonny
Dean, Stephen Dearsley, Walter Derreth, Pat Dooley.
Bottom row: Wanda Doster, Sue Drake, Billy Dunlap, Roger Edwards, Blair
Ellis, Howard Ellis, Randall Ethridge, Landis Ferrell.
Top row, left to right: Charlotte Clayton, Judy Fisher, Jerry Fitz, Polly
Fogleman, Barbara Lou Ford, Mary Mac Fowler, Bobby Foxworth, Betty Lou
Middle row: Cliff Fuller, Pat Garner, Betty Jean Garris, Mary Ann Gaskin,
Willie Gensler, Larry Geanes, Wayne Gibson, Jack Godwin.
Bottom row: Bill Grady, Mollie Graham, Ann Gregson, Bruce Griset, Carthine
Gunter, Karen Haithcock, Gus Hall, Reuben Hamlet.
Tip row, left to right: Meryl Hanson, Ivan Hardesty, Molly Hare, Ann Harvey,
Carol Harwood, Jane Hayes, Chase Hern, Henry Hester.
Middle row: Judy Hicks, Dot Hill, Garland Hilliard, George Hines, Bruce
Hodely, Lela Hodges, H. E. Holland, Edgar Hollowell.
Bottom row: Judith Horton, Barbara Howard, Jack Howell, Eugene Hughes,
Ann Honeycutt, Mary Ellen Hunnicutt, Mary Jenkins, A1 Johnson.
Top row, left to right: Dot Johnson, Lynda Johnson, Mary Lily Johnson, Buddy
Jones, Carol Jones, Richard Jones, Tommy Jones, Joan Jordan.
Middle row: Healan Justice, Joe Kalkhurst, Madeline Kleiman, Emily Kees,
Duvall King, Carolyn Knight, Jerry Kriegal, Phyllis Langston.
Bottom row: Ann Law, Margaret Lawrence, Rosalind Legum, Janet Lemons,
John Gary Lewis, Harriet Ligon, Mary Francis Liles, Betsy Lipford.
Top row, left to right: Betty Jean Lloyd, Ann Lynch, Janet McGee, Edward
Maness, Mary Manning, Martha Marcom, Marilee Martin, Dick Mason.
Middle row: Barbara Mathews, Sandy Matthews, La Merle Mattax, Jerry
McCarthy, Kit McCleod, Henry McFadgen, Nancy McLawhorn, Mildred McNair.
Bottom row: Lynne McNeish, Aubrey Lyman Meade, Lelia Midyette, Ann
Miller, Eddie Mitchell, Gilbert Moody, Audrey Moore, Liz Moore.
Top row, left to right: Lois Moore, Harvey Moose, Jimmy Munch, Pickett Murray,
Donald Myers, Billy Nance, Ralph Nelson, Jimmy Newton.
Middle row: Ferg Norton, Nancy Norton, Billy Paris, Alfreda Parker, Joe
Parker, Linda Parker, Sherwood Parker, Daisy Patterson.
Bottom row: Bruce Peabody, Carolyn Perry, Janet Perry, Frank Peterson,
Mary Peterson, Judy Phelps, Genevieve Phillips, Mary Lou Phillips.
Top row, left to right: Barbara Pleasants, Henry Poole, John Purser, Joanne
Ragland, Lee Rainy, John Randall, Billy Ratcliffs, Bruce Raynor.
Middle row: Judy Reilly, Pat Renfrow, Arthur Reynolds, Carl Rikenbaker,
Sam Riley, Betsy Roberts, David Robinson, Mike Rodkey.
Bottom row: Vicky Rothrock, Harriet Rothstein, Jimmy Rouse, Colon Rowe,
Harold Russell, Eve Sandlin, Elaine Saparillas, Julia Schwerin.
Top row, left to right: Billy Shaw, Bill Shinn, Ginny Simms, Annie Lou Smith,
Clara Beth Smith, Houston Smith, Jeanne Smith, Martha Ann Smith.
Middle row: Sarah Snell, Syliva Snell, McKoy Southerland, Edward Spencer,
Eleanor Starke, Linda Stephenson, Jerry Stevens, Lynn Stinson.
Bottom row: Lewis Strong, Ann Stroup, Britt Sullivan, Frank Supple, Charles
Taylor, Gary Tedder, Joyce Testerman, David Thames.
Top row, left to right: Shelia Thorne, Claudia Thrower, Sadie Tillery, Robert
Tingen, Carolyn Upchurch, Spec Underwood, John Vernon, Brenda Wagnor.
Middle row: Linda Wall, Shannon Wall, Chloe Ward, Mary Powell Ward, Carl
Warmbroce, A1 Watson, Kenneth Watson, Beverly Watts.
Bottom row: Carl Weaver, Gwen Weaver, Tom Wingfield, Gordon Welch, Tom
Whitaker, Peggy Jo Wieble, Fred. Wilborne, Bobby Wilkerson.
Top row, left to right: Ann Williams, Bruce Williams, Faydene Williford, Bill
Wilson, David Wilson, Jack Wilson, Bob Wolfe, Jo Ann Womble.
Second row: William Woodcock, Bill Woodhouse, Alice Workman, Jimmy York,
Gregg Wright, Brookshire Wynn, Ann Yarbrough, Ginger Allen.
Third row: Anne Louise Bolin, Susan Chapman, Liz Cox, Billy Crawly, Judy
Crosby, Carolyn Dalton, Donald Douglas, Fred Eason, Julianne Gardner.
Fourth row: John Grogan, Harriett Legion, Bill Lehew, Beth Vaughn, Jimmy
Martin, Joanne Newton, Judy Vernon, John Winkler, Carolyn Wagner.
OFFICERS: First row. left to right: Kitty Lou Powell, Bill Hurst. Second row: Roy Stephenson,
Arch T. Allen, Henry Newton.
For our Freshman year we elected the following class oilicers:
HENRY NEWTON .....,.. . ,...,...,,,,.., .,,.,.. ............,..,..,.... .... , . . .....,,.... ,..,...,.. P r esident
ARCH T. ALLEN ,,,... ..,.... V ice-President
KITTY POWELL ,,...,. ....,..,.. S ecretary
BILLY HURT ..........,. L.e.............,,, T reasurer
Roy STEPHENSON ....... .......,.....,..... ...,... S ergeant-at-Arms
We are very fortunate to have Mr. Briley serving as our class adviser.
Our class decided to continue its last year's service project which was cleaning
the seats in the auditorium.
In the spring we entered in the magazine campaign.
On March 18 we held our annual social. The theme was a typical rustic Darn with
Top row, left to right: Harvey Adler, Louis
Alexander, Thomas Alexander, Arch T. Allen,
Robert Anderson, Anne Armstrong, George
Bailey, Joe Barber.
Second row: Mary Helen Barden, Linda Bar-
bour, Blair Beasley, Garland Beasley, Susan
Beatty, Mary Beaty, Elizabeth Beckwith, Mary
Third row: Kenneth Beres, Tommy Beverly,
Judy Bishop, Horace Bone, Peggy Boone, Dick
Borth, Lars Bostrum, Mary Bourne.
Fourth row: Bill Bradley, Neill Briggs, Victor
Britt, Wayne Britton, Jane Brooks, Dayne
Brown, Dudley Brown, Julia Brown.
Fifth row: Kenneth Brown, Reggie Brown,
Billy Browne, Henry Bryant, Becky Bullock,
Jimmy Bullock, Lindsey Burnside, Paul Bur-
Sixth row: Tommy Butler, Jim Byrd, Bob
Campen, Carol Ann Canady, Tom Cannon,
Leonard Capitanos, Pat Capps, Loraine Card,
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Top row, left to right: Randle Carpenter,
Thomas Cartwright, Mickey Caviness, Peggy
Caulder, Frank Cella, Gordon Chadwick, Ann
Clark, Jo Ann Clayton.
Second row: Max Clayton, Jimmy Coates,
Susanna Coley, Bill Collins, Richard Collins,
Susan Collins, Carol Colvard, Rhett Coombs.
Third row: Patty Cooper, Faye Creech, Bill
Cross, Walter Cummings, Jennie Davis, Joe
Davis, Louise Davis, Mike Davis.
Fourth row: Caroline Deaton, Frank Denkins,
Neudell Denton, Marcia Dodd, John Donsey,
Billy Doster, Linda Douglas, Carey Dowd.
Fifth row: George Dunlap, Betsy Dupree, Jim-
my Durham, Gilbert Early, Eddie Edwards,
Josie Ehringhaus, Ronnie Ellis, Linda Ely.
Sixth row: Annette Eubanks, Grady Ferrell,
Lyman Ferrell, Henri Fisher, Kay Fletcher,
gqllargaret Fogleman, Jimmy Francisco, Thomas
Top row, left to right: Rebecca Fuquay, Alan
Fuqua, Jean Gaddy, Betty Jane Gardner, Dee
Ann Gardner, Bryant Garner, Richard Garner,
Second row: Larry Gibson, Gary Giles, Elaine
Goodwin, Tom Gordon, Tommy Grey, Michael
Green, Jill Greene, Martin Greenwood.
Third row: Annie Joe Griffin, Sara Griffin,
David Gullette, Judy Haley, Bellamy Hamil-
ton, Kativa Hanrahan, Bill Hare, Bobby
Fourth row: Carol Hayes, Sally Hayes, Eliza-
beth Hidden, Dick Hendrickson, John Henson,
Margo Hester, Carolyn Hinnant, Phillip Hin-
Fifth row: Teddy Hoffmann, Carolyn Holo-
man, Bobby Howell, Billy Hubbard, Isobel
Hubbard, Josephine Huntt, Billy Hunt, Leon-
Sixth row: Hilda Grey, Mary Ruth Jackson,
Beth Johnson, David Johnson, Freddy Johnson,
Ida Johnson, Janice Johnson, Jimmy Johnson.
Top row, left to right: Jo Anne Johnson, Joe
Johnson, Nancy Johnson, Phil Johnson, Alice
Jones, Dot Jones, Nancy Jones, Bill Jordan.
Second row: Joyne Jordan, Sally Kesler, Betsy
King, Ken Kirby, Billy Kitchen, Betsy Anne
Lambe, Ann Lambert, Betty Lane.
Third row: Lucky Law, Charles Lafort, Karen
Le May, Emma Lemons, Betsy Lewis, Robert
Lilly, Irene Link, John Lucas. '
Four row: Natalie Lynch, Marilyn Maki, Jack
Manning, Mary Ann Marchant, Lewis Marcus,
Jimmy Marks, Ed Marr, Betsy Ross Martin.
Fifth row: Vicky Martin, Gene Mathews, Sue
Mathews, Bill May, Clara McCanley, Alton
McDonald, Mandell McDonald, Katherine
Sixth row: Billy McIver, Frank Meece, Karl
Mehlich, John Mettrey, Ann Middleton, Alden
Miller, Johnny Miller, Steve Miller.
Top row, left to right: Burley Mitchell, Suc
Mitchell, Edwin Moore, Glen Moore, Larry
Moore, James Morgan, Barbara Mosley, Pat
Second row: Anthony Mutart, Dick Nance,
Sylvia Nash, Helen Neblett, Henry Newton,
Ronald Nichols, Nancy Neilson, Bryan Noah.
Third row: Van Noah, Roland Noblin, Cynthia
Norman, Warren Norman, Edward Oaks, Doris
Oglesby, Maranne O'Kelley, Becky Odgesbury.
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Fourth row: John Ormand Ramona Orta
Charlotte Oughton, Suzanne Overby, Dick
Overton, Marion Passmore, Jerry Patrick,
Fifth row: Bud Pearson, Donald Perry, Janice
Peterson, Nancy Jo Peterson, Betsy Pierce,
Walter Pierce, Bill Pierson, Connie Pinyon.
Sixth row: Dare Powell, Kitty Powell, Pat
Powell, Jerry Price, Annette Primm, Eleanor
Quick, Larry Rafileld, Chapman Ragland.
Top row, left to right: Judy Ray, Linda Ray,
Peggy Raynor, Franklin Reich, John Reitzel,
John Reynolds, Montez Reynolds, Jeanne
Second row: Joellen Rhodes, Frank Richards,
Macon Richardson, Lynda Richards, David
Rickman, Lynwood Rideout, Sue Risely, Bert
Third row: Sandra Rogers, Carolyn Rome,
Frances Rowland, Jackie Rudy, Lynda Sander-
ford, Winston Shearon, Ann Schench, David
Fourth frow: Jimmy Scovil, Virginia Sears,
Edward Singleton, Ann Smiley, Ellen Smith,
Sail Smith, Margaret Rose Smith, Randy
Fifth row: William Smith, John Soden, Lamon
Spainhour, Carolyn Spence, Lydia Spivey,
Jeanette Stalling, Nancy Starr, Doris Stephen-
Sixth row: Ray Stephenson, Betsy Stevens,
Virginia Swain, Lorraine Tarlton, Tommy Tar-
Eant, Betsy Thompson, Dick Tindell, Alton
Top row, left to right: Nelson Tunstall, Jackie
Turner, Joy Tutor, C. J. Underwood, Emory
Underwood, Alan Upchurch, Janet Upchurch.
Second row: Sue Ellen Upchurch, John Utley,
Clay Vaughan, Mary Clyde Wade, Nancy Wal-
cott, Mary Walke, Margaret Walker, Stephen
Third row: Jack Wall, Sandra Wall, Jerry
Walls, Lynn Warner, Jerry Warren, Nancy
Wason, Jean Weeks, Hubert Westbrook.
Fourth row: Steve White, Ann Whitfield,
Tommy Wilder, Cecil Wilkins, Roger Wil-
liams, Sara Wilson, Raymond Winton, Mich-
Fifth row: Sara Wright, Carol Wood, Hal
Worth, Johnny Dean, David Gulette, John
Howell, Katva Hanranhan, Sonja Lehew.
Sixth row: Nancy Neilson, David Rickman.
Gaile Rouse. Carolyn Rowe.
OFFICERS: Seated, Jirst row: Sis Strong, Betty Sue Carson.
Second row: Allen Langston, Ivan Jones. Standing: Barry
Frazelle, Miss Sherwood, adviser.
The Eighth Grade Class started the year by electing their class ofTicers The honored
IVAN JONES ..,..,..e...,.. ...,.. ,.,.., ,.,.,. ,,,. ..,,,..... P r e s 1 dent
BARRY FRAZELLE ...,.,,,. ,,..,.... V ice-Prestdem
SIS STRONG .............,,...... ,,,,.....,.....,., S ecretaru
BETTY SUE CARSON ...,...... .......... ...,..... , . . .....,....,.....,.,,....... Treasurer
ALLEN LANGSTON ......,..,.........ii......................................,......,,,, Sergeant-at Arms
The Class of '59 will be the last eighth grade to attend Broughton
As a fitting project the class chose to be the best eighth grade in the history of
Top row, left to right: Betsy Adams, Angie
Alexiou Jerry Allen, Joanne Allen, Janet
Allison, Eddie Anderson, Ray Anderson, Glenn
Second row: Betsy Armstrong, Susan Astin,
Stuart Austin, Patricia Badders, Peggy Baker,
Amy Ballance, Willard Barbee, Leon Barber.
Third row: Brantley Barbour, Edgeworth
Barnes, Celeste Barnette, George Batts, Ray
Bennette, Barry Benson, Billie Bernhart,
Fourth row: Dell Bethune, George Bigger-
staff, Hanna Blalock, Johnny Boone, Mark
Boone, Billy Andrew Bowden, Scott Bowers,
Fifth row: Virginia Brantley, Earl Brian, Jr.,
Barbara Bridgers, E. P. Brinkley, Janet Brink-
ley, Anne Britt, Nancy Britt, Tommy Brookins.
Siacth row: Nancy Brown, Roberta Brown,
Nancy Browning, George Bryan, Salem Bul-
lard, Nancy Byrum, John Cameron, Ann
Top row, left to right: Don Carmichael, Ann
Carper, Sue Carper, Betty Sue Carson, Buck
Champion, Kay Cheves, Randall Clements,
Second row: Tommy Coffey, Sarah Collins,
Phil Cooke, Kenneth Cope, Charles Council,
Bobby Craddock, Bill Credle, Bob Cross.
Third row: Hathaway Cross, Donnie Croy,
Buddy Crumpler, Burks Crumpler, Louis
Curtis, John Dalhouse, Johnny Daniel, Bev-
Fourth row: John Daniels, Donald DaParma,
Michael Davis, Mark Dennis, Sally Derr, David
Dillard, Robert Dlan, Mary Lou Dorris.
Fifth row: Mary Evelyn Dughi, Wallace Dunn,
Bobby Eason, Georgie Eason, Bobby Edgerton,
Nancy Edwards, Carl Edwards, Vista Edwards,
Sixth row: Ginger Efird, Yvonne Eggert,
Barry Emory, Jack Erwin, Tommy Eubanks,
John Euchner, Rosemary Eury, Jane Fadum.
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Top row. left to right: Jimmy Fergson, Wood-
row Ferrell, Margaret Finley, Rebekah Frank-
lin, Barry Frazelle, Linda Garris. Howard
Garris, Arthur Geaslen.
Second row: Carolyn Gillispie, Betty Ju
Glover, Reginald Goodwin, Laura Grady.
Ernest Green, Walton Gregory, John R. Gres-
ham, Priscilla Griffin.
Third row: Kurt Griset, Rein Harkema, Sonny
Harmon, Sue Harrell, Patty Harris, Mary
Hassell, Morris Haynes, Joyce Haying.
Fourth row: W. C. Haynes, Bonnie Hendrick-
son, Tommy Hester, Carroll Hicks, Della Ann
Hilliard, Tommy Hines, David Hitch, Eliza-
Fifth row: Dan Holler, Virginia Holloway.
Peggy Holmes, Phillips Horwitz, Sandra House,
Janis Houston, Georgeann Howard, Marguerite
Sixth row: Peter Howard, Pat Huneycutt,
Emmett Hunnicutt, Scarlet Hunnicutt, Nina
Jean Hutto, Linda Jacobs, Ronnie Jefferies,
Top row, left to right: Jeff Johnson, Jody
Johnson, Richard Johnson, Ruthie Johnson,
Joe Johnson, Charles Jones, Ivan Jones, Rose
Second row: Vicky Kareiva, Tommy Keel,
Carol Lee Kelly, Susan Kilgore, Martha Kirch-
heimer, Walda Klier, Carol Klose, Jerry Knott.
Third row: Michael Lancaster, Rella Jean
Lancaster, Teddy Land, George Lanford, Allen
Langston, Roy Lasater, Al Lassiter, Peggy
Fourth row: Carolyn Layton, Mike Leavister,
Garland Ledwell, Clifford Lee, Deane Lee,
Barbara Leippeg Jette Wesley Lewis, Rex
Fifth row: Sarah Levine, Jane B. Liles, Jane
Liles, Jerry Liles, Ann Liske, Emily Lloyd,
Cynthia Longmire, Charlene Lucas.
Sixth row: Mark Lynch, Billy Lynn, Wayne
Marshall, Jim Marshburn, Bob Martin, Wil-
liam Martin, Margaret Massengil, Dewey Mas-
Top row, left to right: Peggy Matrame, Danna
Matthews, Woody Matthews, Louis Mattox.
Rosalie McAfee, Gail McClamrock, Sara
McCouh1e, Virginia McEachern.
Second row: Gayle McGee, Mac McIver, Vir-
ginia McKimmon, William McLawhon, Annie
Lee McLeod, Kay McManus, Leonhard Meh-
lick, Kenneth R. Meredith.
Third row: Billy Merritt, Tommy Merritt,
Gary Meyer, Paul Michael, James Thomas
Mills, Leslie Mirman, Teddy Moore, Gloria
Fourth row: Gregory Morton, Thomas Mundy,
Charles Nelson, Jay Nelson, Mildred Nelson,
gheyney Nicholson, Linda O'Daniel, Edith
Fifth row: Judy Oliver, Tempie Outlaw, Marie
Overby, Betty Park, Betty Parker, Martha
Alice Pate, Tommy Pate, Warren Peede.
Sixth row: Dow Pender, Ernest C. Perry,
Joy Pettit, John Phelps, Tommy Pierson,
Rile-ff Pleasants, Betty Brock Poole, Bobby
Top row, left to right: David Poole, Jeanne
Poole, Bill Price, Jesse Price, Greyson Quarles,
Henry Rambeaut, Jimmie Rasor, Annette Rat-
Second row: Stephne Raymond, Ann Richards,
Willie Reid, Jane Rigney, Cabell Robb, David
Rock, Jimmy Rogers, Bobby Sanderford.
Third row: Judith Sanderlin, Gay Sandlin,
Carleton Savage, Mary Louise Schenck, Mar-
garet Ann Scott, Kathryn Sears, Kay Shaw,
Fourth row: Jean Shimer, Bob Shinn, Linda
Shirley, Barry Siler, Billy Simpson, Betsy
Smith, Franklin Smith, Gary Smith.
Fifth row: Joyce Smith, Sally Ann Smith,
Bobby Soden, William Dan Southern, Eugene
Spence, Craig Springer, Carolyn Gale Squires,
Sixth row: Joyce Stallings, Forrest Steele.
Martha Still. Patty Stove, Sandra Strickland,
Sis Strong, Carl Stroupe, Patsy Sugg.
Top row, left to right: Jimmy Sutton, David
Swain, Judy Swain, Ann Swindell, Mary
Elizabeth Tant, Russell Willis Tarlton, Carolyn
Tate, Nancy Testerman.
Second row: Annie Pearl Tow, Sidney Thames,
Dorothy Thomas, Louise Thomas, Mariha
Thomas, Timmy Thomas, Robin Thompson,
Third row: Barbara Tibbetts, Judy Tindal,
Pete Tolar, Jean Townes, Peggy Ann Tripp,
'lsatiallie Tunstall, Susanne Turner, Stanton
Fourth row: Jim Underhill, Larry Upchurch,
Sally Upton, Mary Catharine Vick, Joanne
Walters, Johnny Wardlaw, Billy Ware, Bill
Fifth row: Patsy Watkins, Tony Weatherman,
Joe Webb, Pat Weil, Sherry Wells, Jeanne
West, Jackie Wheless, Randy Whitehead.
Sixth row: Ila Jean Widenhouse, Donna Wil-
kerson, Carol Williams, Warren Williams,
Joyce Williamson, Alice Wilson, Laura Wilson,
Top row, left to right: Jo Ann Winfree, Becky Second row: Steve Zeblo, Johnny Hinant,
Winston, Brenda Wishon, Warren Wooden, Doiores. House, Betsy Poe, Philip Reid, Carey
Tom Worth, Smedes York, Reid, Jlmmy Snotherly, Paula Staton.
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Alma Mater, we salute thee,
Bounteous giver hear our praise
For within thy walls we've garnered
Gifts enriching all our days,
Opportunity for friendship,
Guidance in our quest for truth.
Faith through all our grave endeavor
Understanding love of youth.
These our gifts, O Alma Mater,
We shall cherish through the days
Striving still through high endeavor
Thus to render thee our praise.
OFFICERS: Loft to right: Jack Pindell, Cary Dozier, Jerry Jones, Semi Mintz, Pickett Murray.
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JACK PINDELL ..,i, .i,. .v...,.. V i ce-President
PICKETT MURRAY... iiiii, . .,.,, Secretary
GARY Doz1ER .,.,,. . . ,..Vv...w. iir.. T reasurcr
SEMI MINTZ ..,,i,i, .. ii,.....i,i ..V.i,i . . ii.,..i, . i,iii, . .,i,ii.... ...Sergeant-at-Arms
In the year 1929, the Needham Broughton Student Co-operative Association was
organized with a Student Council to assume leadership. On December 8. 1950. the
constitution was ratified with several minor changes. The constituents of the present
council with voting power are: lll Ofiicers: President. Vice-President, Secretary,
Sergeant-at-Arms, and the Treasurer, appointed by the adviser of the central banking
system, 127 a representative elected from each homeroomg 137 the chairmen of the
standing committees who are presidential appointees. During the meetings of this group,
which are held when necessary, opinions and suggestions from the various homeroom
members are expressed to the council.
This year's council undertook and completed a number of projects which were of
service to the entire student body and faculty. Among the more important of these
were the lunch time program, which had been needed, the annual student-faculty bas-
ketball game, a celebration of Broughton's 25th anniversary, the rewiring of the
cage backstage, the purchase of a picture of the school. and the revision of the social
standards, The council also sponsored the elections. the assembly programs, and
the chartering of buses for athletic events. All of these were paid for or supervised
by the Council. Without the Student Council, Broughton could not maintain its high
standard of today. It brings us many of the pleasures and conveniences which we the
students enjoy and need and helps us to accept and use the responsibilities of citizens in a
Top row, left to 'r1,ght: Jimmy Abbot, Arch T. Allen, Bob Alphin, Nancy Ball, Rita Bennett, Barrg Benson,
Page Bernstein, Bugg Berryhill. Second row: Harry Broome, Reggie Brown, Neil Caplan, Don unmichal,
Frank Cella, Bobby Cromely. Bob Demysy, Gary Dozier. Third row: Billy Dunlap, Jimmy Durham. Jimmy
Edwards, Nancy Edwards. Kim Hatcher, ane Hayes, Henry Helms, Jerry Holoman. Fourth row: Pat Hunney-
cutt, Billy Hubbard. Joanne Hudson. Jimmy Johnson, John Johnson, Emily Keyes, Jean Marie Keyes, Allan
Langston. Fifth row: Jerry Liles, Gene McCracken, Lelia Midyette, Mary Lynn Moody, Pat Morgan. Harley
Mudge, Donald Noblin, Ferg Norton. Sixth row: Dick Park, Betty Parker. David Parker, Bill Pierson, Betsy
Purcell, John Randall, Benny Rideout, Sally Ruark. Seventh row: Bobby Shoffner. Sandra Shaw. Robert Sink.
Peggy Staton. Ron Stevens, Scottie Swindell, Judy Tindal. Mary Clyde Wade. Eighth row: Billy Ware, Bill
Wi son, Bob Wynne.
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Left to right: Barry Collins, Jimmy Ken-
nedy, Henry Helms. chairman: Robert
Stewart, Johnny Goodman, Ann Campbell.
David Parker, Barbara Lou Ford.
HOUSE AND GROUNDS COMMITTEE
Left to right: Johnny Cella. Bob Yar-
borough, Page Bernstein. Jerry Kreigal.
Sylvia Nash, Wilma Maki, Majorie Estes.
Sue Mathews, Gloria Byrd, Jane Wayburn,
Liz Cox, Joyce Little.
Left to right: Ann Crittenton, Neil Briggs,
Bobby Austin, Nancy Jones, Landrum
Manning, Nancy Browning, Lota Brian.
First row, left, to right: Steve Webb, Spec
Underwood, Ralph Nelson, Jimmy House,
Bobby Cranford, Dick Overton, Dickie Tyn-
dall, Johnny Balentine, Steve Miller, Early
Newton, Bobby Liles. Donald Perry, Bobby
Asher, Allen Upchurch. Second row: Jacl.
Weaver, Morris Page, Bruce Peabody.
Benny Rideout, Jerry Fitts. Bobby Coving
ton, Fred Fonville. Third row: Mr. Nelson.
Warren Norman, Larry Jeanes, Paul Bur-
roughs, Fred Handy, Tommy Little, Joe
Kalkurst, Jimmy Edwards.
Left to right: Kitty Powell, Mary Lynn
Moody, chairman: Lou Chapman, Mary
Left to 'right-' Jerry Ellisburg, Jenky
Jenkins, Russell Bray, Gene McCracken,
chairman: Bobby Hibbard.
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Seated, left to right-' Gray Tolar, Jo Anne
Tripp, Ann Sloan, Betsy Purcell, chairman:
Helen Arendell, Sarah Wray. Standing:
Bryant Garner, Henry Barnette, Mary Ruth
Starling, Ross Moore, Mary Powell Ward.
LOST AND FOUND
Left to right: Ginny Sears, Billy Shaw,
Ferg Norton, Bobby Shoflfner. Kathey
Morse, Mary Peterson.
Seated, left to right: Joe Hurst, Arthur
Dozier, John Johnson, Reggie Brown,
Johnny Balentine. Second row: Billy Dun-
lap, Billy Brickhouse, Billy Hitchcock,
Semi Mintz, Donald Fry, Bill Swain,
Gordon Welch, Grey Poole, Whirley Boxley,
Bill Shinn. Third row: Harry Broome,
Hal Miller, Jimmy Rouse.
Left to right: Herman Taylor,
Wilson Bowers, Janc Agstcn,
Robert Sink, chairman: Sue Up-
church. Betsy Balentine, Mary
Peterson, H. T. Eubanks, Bill
Radford, Bruce Hoadly, Frank
Cella, Charles LeFortc, Clara
Faye Arnold, Bill Wilson.
First row, left Lo right.: Jimmy
Barnes, Bob Alphin, chairman:
Scottie Swindell, Reggie Ponder,
Bill Merriman. Slllll,Cllll,g.' Bob
Cromley, Betty Covington, Jo
Anne Hudson. Leonard Graham.
First row. left lo right: Kather-
ine Renfrew, Madeline Kleiman.
Nancy Alford, Gwen Weaver,
Claire Beth Smith, Berry Jean
Lloyd. Second row: Meredith
Lintz, Rita Bennett, Sally Ruark,
chairman: Frances Johnson, Mar-
tha Hardy, Sylvia Snell, Melissa
Bassler, Ann Dearsley. Aim
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Scholarship, Character, Leadership. Service-these are the four main principles of
the National Honor Society a.nd the four basic characteristics which a person must
possess to be eligible for membership. Therefore, a student must maintain an average
of 90, uphold high standards, exhibit leadership, and render service to the school.
To carry out the Honor Society's principles, the members work in the mornings
as office assistants. Another project which has been undertaken is the sponsorship of
morning and lunch study halls.
The present officers of the club are:
WILSON BOWERS .....,....,.....,....,,,,... President LAYVRENCE LOHR ...,.. ,.,.,. V ice-President
GRAY TOLAR ...........,, ..,...,..,...,,...... S ecretary DICK PARK ,........ ...,.. ,,...,. . . .Treasurer
MRS. ToRA LADU ......,,....,,.............. ...Adviser
SENIORS: Anne Barnhardt, Margaret Beattie. Rita Bennett," Wilson Bowers, Bucky Branham,
Betsy Brian," Lota Brian, Nancy Browning, John Cella, Camilla Cox, James Davis," Donald Fry.
Ginger Hester, Neil Hudson, Frances Johnson, Jerry Jones, Nancy Jones. Bobby Kirkland,
Lawrence Lohr, Carolyn Myers, Margaret Paris, Dick Park, Reggie Ponder," Robert Sink, Gray
Tolar, Joanne Tripp.
JUNIORS: Jane Agsten, Harry Broome! Ralph Cummings," H. T. Eubanks, Eleanor Evans.
Helen Arendell,"' Lois Haigh, Joanne Hudson," Zeno Martinf June Mooref Bobby Noble, David
Parker," Mary Ruth Starling?
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First row, left to right: Arthur Dozier, Jimmy Edwards, Barry Collins, Page Bernstein, Semf
Mintz, Bill Swain. Second row: Faye Arnold, Judy Levi, Lota Brian, Betsy Purcell, Henrylgijugh
Helms, Mary Lynn Moody, Kim Hatcher, Ginger Hester, Gene McCracken. Third row: Mr.
Howard, adviser: Jerry Jones, Bob Alphin, Bob Sink, Robert Stewart, ,I
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In order to give recognition to those students who have rendered outstanding serv-
ice to the school, beyond the call of duty, and who have not been recognized, the Stu- A
dent Council organized the Service Club. The 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 MW!
him to be admitted to the club. P 37
In the fall, one induction is held for seniors only, and in the spring, one inductionagdlmqg-
is held for juniors, seniors, and two teachers. The membership never exceeds 32.
The names of the new members are revealed in a very impressive assembly program KMA
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
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Pindell, Tommy Overman Joanne Hudson, Eddie Collins, Donna Irving and Benny Rideout 4
Ann Sloan, Carolyn Harris, Anne Denmark, Sally Ruark, Gary Dozier, Bdbby Shoffner, Donald ywo
Fry., and Nicki Stamey. Miss Laura Helen Paschall and Norwood Smith were the two faculty
members taken in.
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Jones KAN Zeigler.
Editor-in-Chief Kay Zeigler and Busi-
ness Manager Bob Cromley were elected
from the core-journalism class by the
seniors to head the 1954-1955 LATIPAC.
A supporting staff was later appointed:
Nancy Jones, Senior editorg Sharon
Ridgeway and Bobby Austin, Junior
editors: Mary Lou Macon and Martha
Teal, Sophomore editors, Joyce Little
and Ginger Hester, Freshman editors:
Mary Sue Herring, Jean Leach and
Judy Levi, Sub-Freshman editors. Ada
Wright worked with the Faculty Section,
Betty Sue Caviness with the Features,
and Rita Burke with Organization section.
Katherine Renfrew with the help of
many senior journalism students thought
up characteristics and nicknames to go
under the Senior Captions. Jane Wayburn
and Mary Lynn Moody did much research
in tracing back over the five wonderful
years at Broughton to write the Senior
Giving it that up to date look, Carolyn
Harris drew some modern cartoons. Bob
Dempsey and Margie Linzey spent many
merry hours collecting the jokes which
appear under the advertisements. Margie
Parks, Harold Tharrington, Ben Eaton,
and Nicki Nichols give a complete account
of the many sport events.
Individual senior pictures were taken
by the Waller Studio and the underclass
pictures by Delmar Studios of Charlotte.
Burnie Batchelor took most of the group
pictures. Jimmy Kirkland also added to
the pictures with his camera.
In their December class meeting the
Senior Class dedicated the 1955 LATIPAC
to Mr. Norwood Smith and Mr. Armstrong
Maltbie. They also voted to add an ad-
ditional page to recognize their Parents.
Lota Lee Brian in deep thought wrote
the dedication and Margaret Paris the
The journalism class voted to have the
LATIPAC green trimmed in silver in fitting
with the Silver Anniversary. Under John
Blackwell, advertising manager, each
senior taking journalism solicited the
Raleigh merchants for ads.
Most of the annual went to press before
the New York Journalism trip. The rest
went in the latter part of March. Many
thanks are due the typing classes and
Miss Paschal, our adviser.
As you look over your 1955 LATIPAC
again and again, we hope you can say it is
one you will never forget.
STAFF. Scared: Ada
Sanders, Ben Eaton.
Wright. Standing: John
STAFF. First row. loft to
right: Bill Swain, Mary S110
Hr-rring, Bobby Austin.
Sharon Ridgeway. Second
ro 11' J "Peaches" Zoiglor,
Martha Teal, Ginger Hester,
Mary Lou Macon.
OUT FORADS! Left torighf:
Faye Godwin, Barbara Pas-
chall, Nancy Crump. Betty
Suv Caviness, Base Black-
well, John Rhodes.
STAFF. Seated: Bobby
Cromlvy. S'l,f1Tl,d'l1l,Q.' Kathe-
rinv Ronfrow, Rita Burko,
Jimmy Jeffreys. Lane Way-
burn, Margie Linzey.
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The eight issues of the Hi-Times for
1954-55 were published by the combined
efforts of the journalism classes with
Laura Helen Paschal as adviser. Members
of the staff included Ginger Hester, edi-
torg Ada Wright, business manager, and
Bobby Austin, advertising manager.
The core journalism class, which met
everyday. prepared the paper with the help
of the four interest classes, which met
three times a week. The second year
typing class typed the articles, and the
paper was then sent to press at Edwards
The first issue of the Hi-Times, which
was published in October, commemorated
the beginning of Broughton, the man for
whom the school was named. The names
of the graduates from the classes of 1930
through 1955 were listed. Featured also
were the silver anniversary week activi-
ties, which included a pageant, dance, and
In May the final issue of the Hi-Times
was published by the seniors, and the
work for the year was completed. It was
the hope of the staff that the Hi-Times
had served its purpose of relating every-
day activities at Broughton and recording
for the future a complete and accurate
account of past events.
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Little, Harold Tha rington, Judy Levi, Nicki
Nichols, Margie Park, Betsy Balentine.
BOTTOM: First row, left to riglil.: Russel
Bray, Johnny Sanders. Second row: Buddy
Jordan, Harold McClain, Bob Dempsey, Bruce
Rollins. Third row: Ann Spears, Betty Powell,
Joanna Newton, Charles Taylor, Nancy
Walker, Carolyn Knight.
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Smnding: Jimmy Portcr.
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llnrsi. Scafvd: Nancy Joncs,
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Rcnfrcw, Mary Lou lVIacon.
First row. Icft to right: Jack
Wilson, Hnsc Blackwcll.
Nicki Nichols, Tommy
Ovcrinzm, Bcn Eaion. Sec-
ond frow: Jack Phillips,
First row. left to right:
Sara Nicholson and Doro-
thy Ilill. Sccond row: San-
dra Walker, Je-an Lcach.
Judy Lcvi, Peggy Ridcout,
and Faye Leonard.
First. row, left to right.: Carolyn Harris, Carolyn Myers, Joanne Tripp, Margaret Paris, Nicki
Stamey, Anne Crittenden. Second row: Carolyn Mallard, Joan Plyer, Jean Shirley, Lota Brian,
Nancy Tunnell. Rita Bennett, David Townes. Lucia Jones, Susan Peeler, Jane Low. Third
row: Barry Collins. Donald Fry, Sammy Frazier, David Hayes. Kay Newell, Saralyn Prickett.
In the fall of 1950 the idea was conceived
in the creative writing class to start a maga-
zine within the school, which, by publishing
the creative writing of the students and pro-
viding the chance to participate in publishing
such a magazine, would encourage literary
endeavor. With the help of Mrs. Phyllis Pea-
cock, who taught the class, Mary Forrest
selected a staff and began work on the first
edition. Winged Words, founded on the basis
that all articles were to be original, appeared
in January, 1951, the first of its kind in
Raleigh. Issues were sent to schools in other
states, and it was on display in the library
of Columbia University in the spring of that
year. During the year of 1951-52 two issues
were published under the leadership of
Roberta Dixon, and the magazine received
national acclaim in the magazine, Know How.
Two issues appeared in 1952-53, and in April
of 1954, with the help of' the new graphic
arts department. the sixth edition was pub-
This year the literary magazine, Winged
Words. was edited for the fifth year. Early in
September, under the direction of the editor,
Joanne Tripp, and the assistant editor, Donald
Fry, the staff began work on the issues for
1954-55. Writing editor, Margaret Paris, as-
sisted by readers, Marilyn Raper, Carolyn
Myers, Kay Newell, and Nancy Bowning,
organized and presented to the selecting staff
the original manuscripts submitted by stu-
dents or English teachers. Meanwhile, cor-
responding secretary, Carolyn Mallard, was
busy writing to the schools and colleges in
the state concerning their literary publica-
tions. Business manager, Barry Collins, and
publicity editors, Rita Bennett and David
Townes, worked from the first of the year
until the last copy of Winged Words was sold
handling the finances and the extensive sales
After the final selections were made by a
special committee, the editorial staff took over.
Typing editors, Lota Brian and Betsy Brian,
aided by typists, Nancy Tunnell and Jane Low,
prepared the dummy copy, which was sent to
proofreading editors, Lucia Jones and Ann
Crittenden, and their staff, Lois Haigh and
Susan Peeler. The magazine took form in the
hands of layout editor, Frances Johnson, con-
sulting with art editor, Nicki Stamey.
The first issue was sent to press and ap-
peared in February. It contained a special
section devoted to Broughton's Silver Anni-
versary. A second issue was published in the
spring and sold in May.
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First row. seated: Sandra Amerson, Sis Strong, Jane Liles, Marilee Martin, Lou Chapman,
Mary Beatty. Second row: Ann Harvey, Jim Underhill, Mary Manning, Rella Jean Lancaster,
Muff Walker, Lynne Warner, Lynda Richards, Ginny Simms, Kit McLeod. Charlotte Clayton,
Ann Cambell, Mr. Napowsa, adviser: Pickett Murray. Third row: Bruce Raynor, Cliff Fuller,
Jimmy Davis, Virginia McKimon, McKoy Southerland, Beverly Wright, Mary Clyde Wade,
Judy Allen, Mary Lilly Johnson.
Established at Broughton in 1952, the
Junior Literary Magazine is a publication
which recognizes the writing ability of
under-classmen. Headed by Mr. Napowsa,
the staff of the magazine is composed of
sub-freshmen, freshmen, and sophomores.
The purpose of the organization is to
select the best papers sent in from Eng-
lish classes and to publish them.
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Mary Louise Lineberger, Kitty Powell, Miss
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'gre salute the silver anniversary of Brough-
ton, the Little Theater contributed its all this
year. It started the guns roaring with the
play, "Ten Little Indians," which proved to
be a great success. Later the club built the
set for the Senior Play, "January Thaw."
Then to keep up the pace, "The Terrible Meek"
was given on March 25 and entered into the
District Festival Contest at East Carolina.
"Cat Night Life," written by Sid Raper, a
gre dramatics student, was given at the
Carolina Dramatics Festival in Chapel Hill.
This play was one of the two high school plays
which were selected to be given, and this
year is the first year that Broughton has re-
Membership in the Little Theater is open
to all students in the freshman, sophomore,
junior, and senior classes interested in any
phase of dramatics. Evidently there are quite
a few students interested, for the Little Theater
boasts a membership of 169 students.
Officers were elected early in the year by
the club, and these odicers led the meetings
which were held each month. Through these
meetings, the members learned much about
the activities of other clubs, costumes, make-
up, current plays, stage-setting, and the
Under the guidance of Miss Nan Wilkinson,
the club promoted interest and knowledge of
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Stewart, Burton Horwitz, Pat Upton, Miss Wilkinson, Sally Langford, Richart Rutherford, Eddie
Collins, Martha Dean, Jerrie Preston, Neil Hudson, Mary Francis Connel, Barry Collins.
lf you were to thumb through a scrap-
book of Broughton's twenty-five years
and find the playbills of the Little Theater
productions in its pages, and if you were
to go through their lists of stagehands,
and actors, make-up girls, and prompters,
you would tind in each, not one but many
names of Golden Masquers. The purpose
of the club is not only to recognize these
students cxcelling in the dramatic arts
but also to further the interests in dra-
matics in the schools. Each year the club
presents a play and adopts a worthy
project. There are many ways to serve
one's school and many fields in which to
excell. Wherever the glow of hot lights
and smell of grease paint is found in the
school, there you will find the Golden
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Y-Teens are a junior branch of the
Young Womenvs Christian Association.
The groups endeavor to live up to their
symbol, an elongated triangle signifying
equality of mind, body, and spirit. Y-Teens
have participated in various service proj-
ects in school and throughout the city.
Also they have enjoyed planning pro-
grams and socials, which included the
spring formal in May and the Bermuda
Ball in April.
Presidents of the Y-Teens Club are:
Faye Branham, T.O.T.g Emily Kees,
W.O.W.g Helen Neblett, T.V.g Liz Moore.
F.O.G.g Ginger Hester, Lota Brian, Senior
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First row left to right: Billy Dunlap, Ferg Norton, Bryant Reynolds, Johnny Balentine, Jimmy
Rouse, Billy Jordan, and Neil Caplan. Second row: Bill Wilson, Gordon Welsh, Spec Under-
wood, Bruce Raynor, Ed Bradshaw, Grady Ferrell, Mr. Midyette, adviser. Third row: Bruce
Hoadley, Jimmy Abbott, Freddie Johnson, Reggie Brown, George Hines. and Billy Shinn.
FERG. NlJR1'0N. ,.,,.. ...,.....,,.. P resident JOHNNY BALENTINE. ,,.. ...,,,. S gt.-at-Arms
B11.1. SHINN. .,.,.. ......, V ice-President BILLY DUNLAP ,,,,,.,..,,,.,,,,.,.,..,....,,,...,..,..,. Captain
GEORGE HINES ,,,... ........., S ecretary JIMMIE ROUSE, Jr. Civic Council Representative
BRUCE HOADLEY ....,.,,, .Treasurer
Other Members: Freddie Johnson, Neil Caplan,
Bill Wilson, Billy Jordan, Gordon Welsh,
Reggie Brown, Bruce Raynor, Grady Ferrell,
Bryant Garner, Jimmy Abbott, Spec Under-
wood, Ed Bradshaw.
New members inducted in the spring in-
cluded: Roger Edwards, Jack Wilson, Harold
Russell, Arch Allen, Charles Lefort, Charles
Clement, Billy Nance, Thom Wingfield, Billy
Hubbard, Reuben Hamlet, Carey Dowd, War-
GENE MIDYETTE, DON CHEEK ,.,.,,,.....,,.. Advisers
Some of the activities were: 1. Selling World
Almanacs. 2. Selling Christmas tree tickets for
the Optimist Club. 3. Presenting a trophy to
the most outstanding coach of the year. 4.
Giving a party for deserving boys.
The purpose of the club is to create, main-
tain, and extend throughout the home, school,
and community high standards of Christian
First row, left to right: Arthur Dozier, Billy Brickhouse, Johnny Cella, Leonard Graham, Henry
Helms. Jerry Hollcman. Second row: Semi Mintz, Gary Dozicr. Phil Brower. Hal Miller. Reggie
Ponder, Robert Sink. Third row: Mr. Howard. Bob Alphin, Bobby Asher, Jimmy Kennedy, Wil-
son Bowers, Harry Broome, Jimmy Edwards, Jerry Jones. Grey Poole.
During the year of ,541-l55 the Senior
Hi-Y has sponsored many worthwhile ac-
tivities in their effort to "create, maintain
and extend throughout the home, school,
and community high standards of Chris-
tian characterf' One of the most success-
ful of their projects was furthering
"Operation Spirit" which has spread to
many parts of the state. The club sold
Raleigh High pennants, gave oranges to
visiting athletic teams, erected a Christ-
mas scene, gave banquet for football team,
joined in a joint project of varnishing
auditorium seats, along with presenting
the Hi-Y Follies and sponsoring the last
dance of the year. All proceeds from these
projects were put into a scholarship fund
or put back into the school in some way.
Mizpaylm Devotional Group
The Mizpah Devotional Group meets
every day of the school year in the audi-
torium at 8: 15 a.m. The oiTicers for 1954-55
are: President, Jimmy Davisg Vice-
President, Ellen Pembertong Secretaries,
Louise Jones, Lois Haighg Publicity Chair-
man, Reggie Ponderg Songleaders, Jane
Agsten, Lynn Palmer. Mrs. Betty Smith
is the adviser.
Clayton, Jo Anne
Knight, Emily Carolyn
Rogers, Lois Ellen
Ellis, Mary Lou
Gresham, Mary Nell
Johnson, Mary Lily
Jones, Carol Ann
McNair, N. Jean
Moore, Betty Lou
Bidle, Lei Lani
Liles, Mary Frances
Owens, Mary Sue
Front row. left to right: Anita Edwards, Peggy Sullivan, Betsy Brian, Lucia Jones, Betsy Purcell,
Gray Tolar, Lei Lani Bidle, Jane Agsten, Jackie Culler, Donna Irwin. Back row: Mr. Jackson,
Director, Page Bernstein, Lawrence Lohr, Jimmy Davis, Glenn Anderson, Richard Workman,
Lynn Stinson, Ted Bales, Allen Norris, Richard Curlee, Carolyn Mallard.
The Needham Broughton Vocal Ensem-
ble, consisting of twenty voices, is the
most advanced group of the vocal music
department. This year, in its fourth year,
the group has met five days a week and
for the first time full credits have been
given for the course.
p The group is strictly a formal group
RICHARD CURLEE ,,,,......,.............,... President
PAGE BERNSTEINT .,..........,. ,.Vice-President
PEGGY SULLIVAN ........ Secretary-Treasurer
CHIP ANDERSON .....,
and has made a great many performances
as such this year. It has received a su-
perior rating at state contests each year
since its organization. The Ensemble is
under the direction of Leon W. Jackson.
The following officers have served during
the past year:
LEI LANI BIDLE .....L. ..,... S ergeant-at-Arms
LUCIA JoNEs .,....,....,. , ,,.., ,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,, L ibmmm
JANE AGSTEN ................ Publicity Chairman
Cheer Raleigh High School,
Raleigh must Win,
Fight to the finish, never give in,
Rah! Rah! Rah!
You do your best boys,
We'1l do the rest, boys,
Fight on to Victory!
Rah! Rah! Rah!
LET'S GO RALEIGH
Let's Go-o-o-o-o-o-o-o Raleigh!
Let's Go-o-o-o-o-o-o-o Raleigh!
Let's Go-o-o-o-o-o-o-o Raleigh!
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Rickety Rack, Rickety Rack,
Shoot it back to the quarterback.
One, two, shove it through!
Team! Team! Team!
Fight, Fight, Fight, Fight, ,
Raleigh High School 1.
Fight, Fight, Fight, Fight,
Raleigh High School
Fight, Fight, Fight, Fight,
Raleigh High School
Fight! Team! Fight!
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Left to right: Phylis Langston, Rosemary Hayes,
Rawls, Pat Rice, Juane Watson, and Sarah Gault.
Carolyn Upchurch, Martha
The Marrhine, Hundred
Roar-:RT A. BARNES, Director KENNETH A. WENDRICH, Assistant Director
A brassy fanfare and a roll of drums brings the famed Marching Hundred on to 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. More than sixty original formations were put on for
the Raleigh fans.
Hardy Rothrock 'ii
Howard Cell '
Bruce Weaver 'K
Carol Ann Canaday
Betsy Anne Lambe
Howard Ellis it
Bill Davis T
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Wilbert Smith "'
James Bradshaw 'I'
Donald Vinnik 'f
Raymond James T
Edwin Moore T
Billy Jordan +
.Toe Johnson +
David Waddell if
James Thompson "
Rita Bennett 'F
Arnold Joslin "
Billy Browne +
Wallace Price r
Albert Johnson "
Eugene Miller "'
John Gary Lewis
" Officer of the Marching Hundred. +Reserve member.
The Sylnplimiir' Ilaml
ROBERT A. BARNES, Conductor
The highest honor that comes to a bandsman at Broughton is to become a member of the fine
Symphonic Band. This group is carefully selected through audition to achieve a perfect
balance in instrumentation and musicianship. The Symphonic Band has a full concert schedule
beginning in September, playing both day time and evening concerts in Raleigh as well as in
other towns and cities.
Bruce Hoadley t
Betty Jane Gardner
Howard Cell "'
Marilyn Rogers 4'
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Raymond Winton ugene Hughes PERCUSSION
Nancy Wason SAXOPHONE Nelson Tlmstall Robert Harrison
Howard Ellis Fraser Law DQUg18S AI'1d9I'S0H Floyd Dyar
Jerry Kriegel John Reitzel WmSt0n SVICHFOH Richard Jones
Marilyn Maki J0hl'1 UUCY TIMPANI
James Futrell TENOR St C1 if
Jerry Patrick SAXOPHONE TRUMPET 'wen emo" i'
Julia Ann Gardner
Linda Douglas Dudley Brown CONCERT
Carol Ann Canaday Jack Pindell COMMENTATOR
ALTO CLARINET William Radford Donald Fry
CONTRABASS Henry McFadyen
Betsy Ann Lambe CLARINET Theodore Hoffmann LIBRARIANS
" Has received the musicianship award.
The Varsity Ilanrl
ROBERT A. BARNES. Conductor
Preparing and performing assembly concerts provides both experience and pleasure for mem
bers of the Broughton High School Varsity Band. Many students from both the Varsity Band
and the Symphonic Band are also members of the Marching Hundred.
Mary Helen Barden
John Gray Lewis
The Sylnplmliy lll'1'Iu'stl'a
Mas. CHARLOTTE H. ATKINSON. Director
Mary O'Neil Bourne
Betsy Ross Martin
Betty Jean Garris
Mary Helen Barde
Carolyn F. Jones
BILL ALPHIN .A., ,.,,,,,,..,,,, President
GREY POOLE.. . ...., Vice-President
ALLEN NORRIS .LL,LL,, ,. ..
The Key Club is an international organ-
ization sponsored by the Kiwanis Club.
The Needham Broughton Key Club has
unquestionably proved its motto, t'We
Buildft within its five year existence.
The Club's six objectives are as fol-
lows: to develop initiative and leadershipg
to provide experience in living and work-
ing togetherg to serve the school and
communityg to co-operate with the school
principalg to prepare for useful citizen-
shipg to accept and promote the Constitu-
tional Objectives of Kiwanis International.
The membership consists of boys from
the senior, junior, and sophomore classes
HAL MILLER ............ ....,.,. S ecretary
JERRY HOLLOINIAN. . Treasurer
who are examples of the clubs objectives.
The Key Club has promoted five main
projects during the 1954-55 school year.
Key Clubbers were responsible for or-
ganizing the present parking system in
the school's new parking lotg washing
and varnishing seats in the school audi-
toriumg washing windshields for the
March of Dimesg giving trophies to the
outstanding players of the minor sportsg
selling drinks at basketball games for thc
Raleigh High School Athletic Association.
The Officers for the Key Club 1954-55
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JIMMY DAVIS .. .,. President
BARRY COLLINS, ,.,Y . .Vice-President
The Broughton Speech Club and Na-
tional Forensic League are sister organi-
zations whieh promote speech activities
in the school. The Speech Club recognizes
those students who have excelled in this
field and is therefore an honor club.
Members are elected into the club twice
a year. and each candidate must receive
a majority vote. Those students taken in
at the first induction are Carolyn Coggin,
Sue Drake, Gus Reavis. Neal Caplan,
Lynne Courtney, Jerry Ellisberg, and
Any interested person who has partici-
pated in enough speech activities to merit
twenty points may be a member of the
National Forensic League. Degrees are
GRETCHEN BARNETT1-3... .. ...Secretary
MARILYN RAPER. .i.,.e,,,,, . ,,.t ...Treasurer
awarded according to the number of points
a student has. These are the degrees:
20 points: Degree of Merit
50 points: Degree of Honor
100 points: Degree of Excellence
200 points: Degree of Distinction
This year the Speech Club and N. F. L.
has either sponsored or participated in
several practice tournaments: the "I Speak
for Democracy," the t'World Peace,' and
the Patriotic Sons of America contests,
several practice congresses, the N. F. L.
District Congress Lin which Broughton
students won 7 of the 10 awardsl, many
radio and television programs, and the
N. F. L. District Tournament.
First row, left to right: Caroline Jackson, Margaret Paris. Ellen Pemberton, Carolyn Myers,
Dorothy Hill, Marsha Dodd, Susan Collins. Second row: Ann Spears, Margaret Beattie, Gretch-
en Barnette, Jimmy Davis. Barry Collins, Mrs. Johnson, adviser: Jane Woodard. Donald Fry.
Third row: David Hayes, Carolyn Coggin, Jerry Ellisburg, Sammy Frazier, Neil Caplan, Lowell
Spivey, David Townes, Johnny Cella, Robert Sink.
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Seated, lvfl to riglit: Carolyn lvlorodith, Jackie- Raynor, Margiv Linn-y. Mrs. Sanclling, Ann
Soothe-rn, Anno Grissc-11v. Sl,r1'iid.iwiig.' Elm-anoi' Evans, Mary Louiso l.im-be-1'goi', lloli-n Aromlc-ll,
Collm-thi Maxwvll, lVIa1'1lia Tc-al, Polly Wood, Mr. llolyfivld. Joyvc I.i1ll0, Ilarluara lVIL'Clanii'ock,
Pal Fm'i'i'm-ll, Kallicy lX'loi's4', Ci-lcstv Fcrrvll, Lois llaigli, l"i'anCi-s Longm-st. Harrivt llalwl.
Swan-ci, I0-fl to riglzf: Ann Bailvy, Juni- Nlooro, Betty Powm-ll, lVIi's, Ste-plivnsoii, Nancy Tlllllll'ii,
lwggfy Slaion. Stuiiclingf Anno Donniark. Jaiict Rico. Fayo Arnold. Kzillin-i'iiic Walkvr, All'i'vcla
Parkvr, Allan Norris, Jo Ann lliidsoii, Ann Sloan, Nancy Mlinii'o1'cl, Bai'bai'a liowarrl, Camilla
Cox, Hviiry Hvlms, Anno Mille-r, lVIr. Johns, Lola Bri:-iii. Kim Hatvlu-i', Phyllis Wall, Ann BL-ani.
Although limited in number, the eleven
members of the mimeographing staff make
up for their smallness in number in ef-
ficiency. The group Works diligently to
accomplish the many tasks set before
them-typing various stencils for tests,
P.T.A. programs, and plays. Also, they
have done outstanding work in co-
operating with the teachers while typing
tests, outlines, and other things to facili-
tate teaching and learning in the class-
rooms-working often early in the morn-
ing before school or until dark at night.
This staff is composed of nine seniors:
Margaret Henderson, Peggy Rideout, Nan-
cy Stevens, Mary Sue Stevenson, Marjorie
Estes., Shelby Raynor, Jane Low, and
Richard Rutherford, plus two juniors,
Martha Hardy and Eddie Collins. These
students take this course in place of an
interest subject and have a scheduled
period each day or every other day.
On the average, the mimeographing
staff cuts 10 stencils a week, in addition
to typing great numbers of masters for
the ditto machine. This year, the staff
has cut around 320 stencils.
The Hi-Times and the LATIPAC could
not be published without the help of the
staff and members of the typing classes,
who take their class periods to type
these two publications.
The mimeographing staff is selected on
the basis of dependability, co-operation.
and ability to type.
Left to right: Mary Sue Stephenson, Marjorie Estes, Shelby Raynor, Peggy Rideout, Nancy
Stephenson. Saralyn Prickett, Martha Hardy,
Henson. Jane Lore.
Eddie Collins, Richard Rutherford, Margaret
For the year 1954-55 Gloria Byrd, Annie
Lou Smith, Joyce Testerman, Kay Kener-
son, and Janet Caudle served as the re-
spective offlcers of the Club. The group
has been an active supporter of the ac-
Mary Catherine Edmonds
Mary Nell Gresham
Mary Sue Herring
Rose Marie Richardson
tivities of the North Central District of
NCHSLAA, with two of its members be
ing district ofhcers. Mrs. McLain is the
adviser of the thirty-five members
Annie Lou Smith
Front, row, left lo right: Jimmy Barnes, Semi Mintz. Ferg Norton, Tommy Stone, Jimmy Ken-
nedy, Bill Anderson, Billy Duke. Second row: Gordon Welch, Jimmy Cherry, Jimmy Jefferies,
Morris Jones, Bobby Foxworth, Gene McCracken, Ross Moore, Henry Helms. Russell Bray.
Jule Shanklin, Rex Rouse. Third row: Coach Massey, Hugh Bennett, Fred DeBerry, Bobby
Williams, Tommy Overman, Whirley Boxley, Stephen Hayes, Dick Park, Donnie Upchurch,
Joe Hurt. Fourfh Tow: Reggie Ponder, Bobby Collins, David Robinson, Billy Brickhouse, Jimmy
Rouse, Chuck Miller, Randy Harrell, Bobby Asher, Robert Tyson. Fifth, row: Richard Ray, Bob
Wynne, Billy Dunlap, Stacy Holmes, Robert Beverly, Phil Brewer, John Johnson, Everett
Norton, Herman Taylor Eubanks, John Macki. Merton King, Sonny Mountcastle, Grey Poole,
Jerry Jones, Harry Broome, Bobby Liles.
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MEMBERS OF GlRL'S ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION-1954-1955
Betty Sue Johnson
Patty Jo Jones
Jo Ann Womble
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The Girls' Athletic Association
began its 1954-55 season with the
first regular meeting in Septem-
ber. At this time the new officers
which were elected in the spring
of last year assumed their duties.
Under the leadership of Nancy
Mumford, President, Ellen Pem-
berton, Vice-President, Jayn
Cochran, Secretary, Faye Bran-
ham. Points Secretary, Sarah
Beverly, Treasurer, Joanne Wom-
ble, Chaplain, and Miss Guyton
and Mrs. McNeish, Advisers, we
eagerly began the fall season with
volleyball and a new sport which
made a big hit, touchdown.
The first big event of the year
was the playday which the
Broughton G.A.A. held with the
Morson G.A.A. as its guests.
Volleyball, tennis, and ping-pong
were among the activities of the
afternoon, Teams were organized
with members of both clubs on
each team. After every one was
thoroughly exhausted, refresh-
ments of cokes, doughnuts, and
potato chips were served.
It wasn't long until we began
basketball, one of the favorites
of the G.A.A. Not too long after
beginning basketball, we received
an invitation to attend the first
annual playday at Henderson,
N. C. Early on Saturday morning
twelve of the girls left in cars to
travel to Henderson for a day of
sports.. The schedule for the day
included registration, basketball.
lunch. volleyball, ping-pong, and
presentation of awards. Other
schools represented at the play-
day were Hugh Morson, Durham,
Oxford, Henderson, and Golds-
boro. It was a wonderful experi-
ence for all concerned, and it will
bc looked forward to by next
The next big event for the
G.A.A. was the Annual Student-
Faculty Basketball game. Since
the Faculty were the defending
champs, We practiced long and
hard. Finally the big night came.
Despite all ladders, bells, and
picnics, when the final buzzer
sounded we had a 24 point margin
over the All Star Faculty team.
The final score 25 to ll One of
our biggest dreams had come true.
When the first warm days of
spring arrived, we were eager to
swing that bat and slam a homer.
So we began the last major sport
of the year, softball. Along with
softball, the tennis rackets
smashed and balls hummed. Too,
we played volleyball, shuffle
board, ping-pong, and did stunts
Early in April the Broughton
G.A.A. was invited over to Morson for a playday.
Softball and relays were the main events of the
The final and most thrilling event of the year
was the presentation of the school letters, an
honor well earned and deserved by many girls.
This event brought to a close the 1954-1955 ac-
tivities of the Broughton Girls' Athletic Association.
In so far as the won and lost record is
concerned, the last football campaign was
not entirely successful, but everyone was
encouraged by the spirit and the determi-
nation to improve by the team.
Under the guidance of the new coach,
Paul Massey, the caps improved game
after game, and by the end of the season,
great things were looked forward to in
Massey was overrun by all until this
past year, when he took over the reigns
of the Raleigh High squad and proved
his ability as being a great coach and a
great friend to all the boys.
The team had to fight against great odds
this year because during the season the
team was hampered by injuries.
Congratulations to Paul Massey!
FAYETTEVILLE 40-RALEIGH 6
The Fayetteville Bulldogs handed the
Caps their third defeat of the season.
Raleigh's only touchdown came when they
took a Fayetteville kickoff and marched
61 yards for the touchdown. The best play
of the drive was a pass from Tommy
Little to Grey Poole, who lateralled to
Tyson, who covered 31 yards. Rudy
Wagner went the rest of the way for
the touchdown. Bob Tyson, Rudy Wagner
and John Johnson are the standouts for
RALEIGH 20-WILSON 13
The Raleigh Caps won their first con-
ference game of the season against the
Wilson Cyclones. Coming to life in the
second half, the Caps scored three touch-
downs. Asher scored twice and Randy
Harrell made the last one. The standouts
for Raleigh were, Richard Ray, Grey
Poole, Ed Bost, and Mert King.
RALEIGH 13-KINSTON 18
The Caps suffered their second straight
loss of the season when the Kinston team
edged them 18-13. Rudy Wagner was the
standout player for Raleigh by scoring
two touchdowns and making many tackles
from his linebacker position on defense.
Other standouts for Raleigh were Richard
Ray and Grey Poole.
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BURLINGTON 20-RALEIGH 0
The Burlington Bulldogs scored two
touchdowns in the last quarter for ample
points to beat Raleigh. The Raleigh team
was hampered by fumbles throughout the
game. The Caps only drive was stopped
when they were held for only one yard in
three tries. Those that played excep-
tionally well during the game were, Jim
Martin, John Johnson, H. T. Eubanks, and
RALEIGH 7-WILMINGTON 7
The Raleigh Caps battled the Wildcats
to a 7-7 tie in one of the best games of
the season. Both teams scored in the last
seven minutes of the game. Raleigh's
touchdown came when Jack Wilson
passed to John Johnson in the end zone.
Phil Brewer kicked the extra point.
Roddy Crosby and Merton King were
standouts in the game.
RALEIGH 7-GREENSBORO 20
The Raleigh Caps made their debut
under new coach Paul Massey before
10,000 people and were defeated by
Greensboro in a hard fought contest. It
was a fairly close ball game for three
quarters, but Greensboro's heavy line
and fleet backs won the game easily in
the final quarter by pushing across two
touchdowns. Four touchdowns were
called back in a game that was marred by
penalties. Greensboro held only a 7-point
margin at half-time because of the fre-
quent penalties and the brilliant punting
of Robert Mangum. Raleigh's. only touch-
down of the game came on a pass from
Quarterback Tommy Little to Bobby
Asher, who made a dazzling 45-yard run
for the touchdown.
RALEIGH 0-DURHAM 25
Heavily favored State Champions, Dur-
ham, soundly mauled the Caps 25-0 at
Durham. The heavier and faster Bulldogs
completely swept the Caps off their feet.
Raleigh could do nothing right for most
of the night.
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First, row, left to right: Steve White, Charles Clement, Gordon Welch, Lynn Stinson, Johnny
Balentine, Jerry Kregal, Bobby Burch. Second row: Blair Ellis, George Hines, Henry Newton
H. E. Holland, Reggie Brown, Bub Pierson, Jim Byrd. Third row: Tommy Carroll, Spec Un-
derwood, David Rickmen, Bill Anderson, Fred Johnson, David Robinson. Couch Clyde Walker
54 - Varsity Basketball - 1-
The Raleigh High School basketball team, under
the guidance of Coach Carroll King and Assistant
Coach Watson Holyfield, Hoored a court of experienced
veterans. Lost to this year's team were Pete Eberhart,
Julian Adams, Johnny Upchurch, Milton Haynes, and
Ray Wickers by way of graduation. Even without the
help of those men. the team progressed rapidly and
went on to accomplish a fine season's record and
qroduce several players worthy of All-State recogni-
The Caps started off the season with Coach King
still looking for a combination that would capture
the Class AAA State Championship for the fourth
straight year. As the season progressed, the first
string was composed of Bill Brickhouse and Semi
Mintz at the guard slots. Richard Ray at center,
and Fred DeBerry and Rex McMillan at the
forward positions. Before mid-season, lanky Grey
Poole and Billy Hitchcock had worked their way
into a starting position at the center and guard spot,
respectively. Although the Caps' bench was lacking
in experience, the starting five had able backing
from Earnest. Price, John Johnson, Roy High, Bruce
Hoadly, Bill Shinn, Lynn Stinson, Phil Co lins, and
H. T. Eubanks.
The Caps were "red-hot" at the first of the season,
and opened with an aggressive victory over Burling-
ton, of the Western AAA Conference. Led by Rex
McMillan and Fred DeBerry. the Caps laid off for
the Christmas holidays nursing a fine game-winning
streak including a second victory over Burlington and
a win over a strong Wake Forest J.V. team. After
the vacation, the aps jumped back into the win
column by scoring four wins over conference op-
onents, extending their streak to 9 games. Then
Raleigh traveled to the "Port City" of Wilmington
and were soundly beaten 59-39. Raleigh went on to
finish the schedule with only two losses. the other
resulting' at the hands of the Wake Forest J. V. team,
64-49. T eir record for the season was 16 wins against
2 losses. and their conference record was 11-wins and
CARROLL KING, WATSON HOLYFIELD
1 loss. This was good enough to clinch the Eastern
Conference Championship for the Capitals.
Lookingforward to next season shows that a lot
of rebuilding will have to be done by Coach King
and his staff. They will be without the service of
four starters and three scrappy reserves. Graduating
seniors are DeBerry, Mintz, McMillan, Hitchcock,
Brickhouse. Ray, and High. With the help of a strong
J.V. team and a little experience to the reserves,
next year's team should round into a good crew to
protect the Eastern Conference crown and go after
the State Championship.
RALEIGH 70-BURLINGTON 57
Raleigh State AAA Champion Caps opened their
1954-55 cage campaign with a 70-57 victory over
Burlington. Forward Rex McMillan rippled the nets
for 20 points in the December 3 non-conference
contest at Broughton Gym. The hook shots of 6' '6"
center Jerry Roberson and the jump shots of forward
Bill Oliver kept. the Western Conference Bulldogs in
the game for three quarters. The Caps led at the
beginning of the final period 52-46. Forward Fred
DeBerry kept the local fans happy with some lay-ups
as he scored 15 points. Last year's high scorer, guard
Semi Mintz, was held to 6 points, but played a fine
dleferesive game and set up most of the scoring plays of
t e aps.
RALEIGH 55--CHARLOTTE CENTRAL 50
With speedy forward, Rex McMillan, leading the
way with 21 points, the Raleigh Caps took their third
straight victor? of the season by dumping Charlotte
Central 55-50 n Charlotte. In the December 11 clash
with Western AAA Conference Wildcats. Ralellglh
trailed 29-26 at the half but came back strong in t e
third quarter to take a 45-35 lead. Coach Carroll
King's cagers played possession ball in the final period
to take the victory.
RALEIGH 69--WAKE FOREST J. V.'s 66
With last year's veterans leading the way, Ra1eigh's
Caps withstood a final-quarter rally to defeat the
Wake Forest. J.V.'s, 69-66.
The Caps took an early lead and outscored the
Baby Deac's in every quart.er but the last, when the
boys from Baptist Hollow finally' began to find the
Raleigh used a fast break to overcome the height
advantage that the Deac's boasted. But Fred DeBerry
and Richard Ray, both of whom can throw hips and
elbows with the best of the prep stars in the state,
gave the tall boys a battle royal under the boards.
Guard Semi Mintz led Raleigh with 24 points. with
DeBerry not far behind with 183 Richard Ray had 14.
Bright spot in the Raleigh victory was the play
of DeBerry, While grabbing 14 rebounds and 18 points
Fred turned in what was probably the most outstand-
ing game of his career. His work on defense was also
great. Fred passed off to team mates more than once
when he had a chance for two.
RALEIGH 63-BURLINGTON 46
Raleigh defeated Burlington 63-46 for their 4th
straight win of the season and their second win over
Burlington took a 3-0 lead before Raleigh scored.
DeBerry scored 8 straight points to tie the score at
12-12 at the end of the first quarter. DeBerry started
the second quarter rolling with two free throws.
After that Raleigh was never threatened during the
the rest of the game.
RALEIGH 53--GREENSBORO 45
Raleigh defeated Greensboro 53-45 in a slow pre-
liminary game at the Coliseum. lt was the fifth straight
victory for the Caps,
Raleigh gained the lead midway the first quarter
and set the pace the rest of the way, althought the
Caps couldn't get a comfortable lead until the final
minute of the third period. Greensboro elected to play
a zone defense until Raleigh started to freeze the ball
in the last three minutes.
RALEIGH 64-----DURHAM 42
The Raleigh Caps opened their conference schedule
on January 5 by defeating the Durham Bulldogs,
64-42. About 1,000 people t.urned out to see Coach
Carroll King's Caps take the lead in the first two
minutes of play and go on to win their sixth straight
victory. Raleigh's first string saw little action after
the second half as King used his entire 15-man
Captain Semi Mintz, a clever 6' 2" senior guard.
sparked the Raleigh attack with 18 points.
RALEIGH 66-FAYETTEVILLE 53
Fayet.teville's Bulldogs could not match Raleigh's
speed and power off the backboards as the Caps rolled
to an easy 66-53 victory in Broughton Gym on
January 7. Raleigh marched to its seventh straight
victory wit.hout a defeat. It was also their second
conference win. Poole and DeBerry played terrific
games off t.he backboards and prevented Fayetteville
from getting many extra shots. Danny Underwood.
Fayetteville's 6' 4" center, took high scoring for the
game with 17 points. McMillan and Poole led the
scoring for Raleigh with 16 points each.
RALEIGH 57-ROCKY MOUNT 43
Raleigh Caps. the State Champs, added another
victory to their win column on January 1-4 by de-
feating the Blackbirds of Rocky Mount by a score
of 57-43. It was the eighth straight victory for the
Coach Carroll King's Caps scored 12 points before
Rocky Mount could find the range with only 1:25
left in the quarter. At half-time Raleigh was leading
35-15. After the Caps took their initial advantage
the Blackbirds never were closer than ll points.
Raleigh had a definite advantage on the backboards
and completely outplayed the Blackbirds,
Heading the way for the Caps was Captain Semi
Mintz who sparked the Raleigh attack with 14 points.
Forward Rex McMillan scored 13 and center Grey
Poole made ten.
CAPS BEAT WILSON 60-57
Ra1eigh's Caps cooled off a hot Wilson team in the
closing 12 minutes and squeezed past the Cyclones
Paul Blake, a slender senior center. was thc ring-
leader in the Wilson surge which came within one
wild shot of overtaking the heavily-favored Caps in
the last 15 seconds.
The Capitals led by 13 points, 47-34, midway in the
third period when Blake hit 11 straight points for
his team and cut. the Raleigh lead to six points early
in the final period.
Freed Dean. tallest man on the Wilson squad at
G' 2", started off the fourth period with two free
throws and Blake hit a string of eight more points
points early in the final period. R.a1eigh's lead was
cut to two points, 55-53.
With 15 seconds left, Wilson got. the ball and fired a
wild shot from the outside. Billy Hitchcock got the ball
and was fouled as the game ended. He added Raleiglrs
McMillan. hitting one-hand push shots. was the
scoring leader for the Caps with 22 points. Richard
Ray scored 16 points. Wilson's Paul Blake played an
outstanding game at defense and ofTense. leading
Wilson's scoring with 32 points.
Left to right, first row: Hitchcock, Eubanks, High, Price, Brickhouse, Stinson. Second row:
Manager Burch, McMillan, Johnson, Collins, Mintz, Shinn. Third row: Coach Holyficld, Ray.
Hoadley, Poole, DeBerry, Coach King.
WlI,MlNG'I'ON 351 RALEIGH 39
Wilmingtoifs Wildcats, sparked hy ventcr Danny
Pzzrlimns 21 points. dumped the visiting' Raleigh Caps
hy an 59-39 score on January 21. The Caps were still
very much in the ganna until the linul period when
the Port City tivo outscored the State Chmnps 22-7,
Center Grey Poole and forward Rex McMillan were
the hright spots in the tirst l!l54-55 defeat ol' the Caps
with l3 :ind ltl points, respectively.
Rzlleip.:h hit for only 22,2 per cent 2lCt'lll'ilL'y :ls
Wilmington hit tor 39.6 por vent,
Mintz. Price, Eubanks, Brick-
housv, Hitchcock, Stinson.
RALEIGH 92 GOLDSBORO 51
The Cups turned in their highest. scoring perforin-
since of the season when they defeated Goldsboro's
Quakers, 92-51, in the Broughton gym. They outclnseccl
Goldsboro coinplctely and handed them their 10th
At'ter Raleigh rolled up the score ot' 21-8 :it the
ond ol' the lirst quarter, coach King used his regulars
sparingly. The Cups controlled the boards throughout
zind stole the bull frequently, setting up luyups for
McMillan and DeBerry. Raleigh hit on 36 field goals
Collins, Poole. Ray
in '70 attempts for an excellent 45.0 accuracy. Hoadly
even made nine goals without trying, his pass heing
deflected into the basket hy Paley, their high scorer.
with 21 points.
The defending champs scoring was led by McMillan
RALEIGH 40 BABY DEACS G4
An improved Wake Forest Freshman team came
into the Broughton gym January 28, with all the
determination ol' getting revenge on Raleigh, as they
were defeated hy them at the first. of the year. They
did just that and hy a score of 04-59. This was the first
defeat for Raleigh, at home. The Deacons took a
three-point lead in a very close quarter. Then they
hroke the game wide-open hy out-scoring the Caps.
Forward Henry Bowers led the Way for the Deacs
with 14 points. Rex McMillan led hotth teams with 15
points. Wake Forest held a hig height advantage.
hut Raleigh lost the game hy very poor shooting.
Even though making a poor showing, Raleigh expected
to he out of the slump for the next game.
RAI.EIGll 57 l"AYI+1'l'TEVll..l.E 39
Raleigh lengthened their conference lead hy defeat-
ing Fayetteville lor the second time February l.
Raleigh jumped to 8-0 lead before Fayetteville scored.
Raleigh led lti-il at the end of the first period. At
hall'-time Raleigh was ahead hy ten, 20-16.
Midway the third period Fayetteville rallied to cut
the lead to six points, but Raleigh cut it short and
led 30-27 at the beginning of the final period.
Semi Mintz led the Raleigh scoring with 20 points.
No other Cap scored in the douhle tigures,
Danny Underwood was leading scorer for Fayette-
ville with 11 points.
RALEIGH 68 CYCLONES 40
'l'h Raleigh Caps came through with their sixth
victory in the Eastern Class AAA Conference. They
were just too tough for the Wilson five. Wilson.
struggling to hang onto fourth place and earn a hertli
in the State tourney, now had a record ol' live wins and
iour defeats. Captain Semi Mintz, turned in a brilliant
outside shooting perlorniance as lialeigh's zone dc-
tense trounced the Cyclones, 08-40.
'l'he game was close only in the opening minutes
with victory coming much easier than Raleigh had
expected. Grey Poole, center for Raleigh, wrecked
the Wilson cluh when getting 25 rebounds. Raleigh
lor the season. now had a record of 12 wins and 2
RALEIGH 05 ROCKY MOUNT 38
Raleigh turned hack the Blaekhirds of Rocky Mount
05-38. 'l'he Caps had little trouble beating the out-
Raleigh had an 18-9 lead at the end of the first
quarter and 35-29 lead at the half. At the heginning of
the final period the second and third strings came iii.
These hoys proved that we will have a strong team
next year hy running away with the game.
It was Raleigh's 8th conference game.
CAPS TAME BULLDOGS 72-till
XVith forward Rex McMillan pouring in 23 points.
Raleigh's Caps scored their ninth Eastern Conference
victory ot' the year hy defeating Durham. there. T2-titi.
The Bulldogs put up a stuhhorn fight trailing only
43-40 when the final period got underway.
Guard Semi Mintz followed McMillan with 20 points
while forward Buddy Durst led Durham with 2.1.
This was the seventh conference loss against only
3 victories for the Bulldogs while the Caps led the
conference race with a 0-l record.
CAPS WIN EASTERN AAA CROVVN BY
DEFEATING WILMINGTON 51--lti
Raleiglfs Caps' hrilliant second-hall rally to score
a 51-40 victory over the Wilniinglon Wildcats clinched
the Eastern Class AAA Conference title.
Raleigh was ahead by 14 points midway the second
quarter and had an 11 point advantage at the halt'-
tinie, 34-23. The Wildcats scored the first six points of
the second half and were behind by only two points.
44-42 at the end of the third period. At. the start of
the fourth period Fred DeBcrry put Raleigh ahead
hy four points on a one-handed shot. Captain Semi
Mintz was then fouled hy Hookie Hales and made
both free tosses for the Caps. Don Sellers made his
only field goal of thc game to cut Raleigh lead to l'our
points. The Caps then froze the hall until Danny
Easteen stole the ball and was fouled on his attempted
shot and made hoth free throws. With only 30 seconds,
left, Fred DeBerry was forced into a jump hall with
Boyd Cole. Wilmington controlled the tap and Sellers
took a shot, but missed and Grey Poole grahhed the
rebound and was fouled. Poole sank both free throws
tor the Caps. Semi Mintz was fouled at the end of the
game. but was unable to take his Shots until the gym
was cleared of the spectators.
Forward Rex McMillan was the ganic-'s high scorer
with 10 points, Mintz made 13 and Dclierry and Poole
collected 8 points each. Poole and DeBerry hoth
played an outstanding defensive game for Raleigh
RALEIGH 40 -GOLDSBORO 30
Raleigh finished their regular season with a win.
40-36. This gave the Caps an il-1 conference record
and a 17-2 over-all record. Goldshoro elected to play .1
possession game in hopes of keeping the score down.
They did a good job of it and held the Caps to their
lowest offensive showing of the season. Raleigh was
threated only once when the score was I6-16. Then
Raleigh scored 7' straight points to take the lcad
for the rest of the game,
FORWARDS: High, Johnson, McMillan, Shinn, Hoadley, DeBerry.
Trzn'k Tvaun Ilmfsulls
Date Tvam Raleigh Opponents
March 10-MGrc0nville , ,,,,,,.,. 64341 43'Ai
April 6-Henderson and
Townsville , , ,,....,,.... 98':: 37254
April 9----Duke-Durham High
Relays ,i........, .YY..,....l,., W ashington and Lee
April 14-Durham ,,..
High School Won
Date Team Ralcfigli Opponvnls
April 22-Fayetteville .,..,,,... 8856 23lfQ
April 29-Greenvillo ,,Y,, , H5635 5654
May 4-Fayetteville .,.,,.,.,,,,., 8912 2313
May 13-State Sectional Meet
May 20-State Finals
Date Team Raleigh
March 25--State Freshmen ,,,. Won
April 1--Y-,Fayetteville Y,.. 7
April 5-Wilmington ,, 6
April 12--Goldsboro ,,,,, ,, 18
April 15f--Rocky Mount A 9 ti
April 19--Durham Y , , 3
Date Team Ralvigh Opponents
April 26-Fayetteville VV,,,,,, , 915 85
April 29fWilmington .,,... 21,2 15'?:
May 6-Goldsboro , , 18 0
May 10-Rocky Mount .,,,, , 312 14'g
May 12-Durham , ,,,,,i, ,
May 16-17-AState Golf Tour-
ney at Chapel Hill,
First row, left to right: Jule Shanklin, Johnny Upchurch, Jerry Kriegle, Gus Hall, Billy Duke.
Glenn Anderson. Second row: David Gullette, Thomas Carroll, Billy Hurt, Freddy Johnson,
Bill Cross, Donnie Upchurch. Third row: Wendell Denton, Mickey Caviness, John Mackey,
Bob Wynne, Lank Lancaster, Coach Britt.
The Raleigh High School Swimming
Team completed its iirst season in March
under its new coach, Jack Britt. The
team lost many of its lettermen through
graduation, but returning were: Captain,
Jule Shanklin, breaststrokerg Billy Duke,
backstrokerg Don Upchurch, individual
medalist, Bob Wyne, freestylerg and diver,
With many new members added to the
old ones, the team started off its season
by traveling to Wilmington where they
out-swam the Wildcats 42-33.
The next weekend saw Wilmington
coming to Raleigh where they were again
Next, a strong team from Greensboro
came to Raleigh and took the home team
by a score of 39-36.
In the next meet, which was in Greens-
boro, Raleigh was defeated by a wider
margin. Following this, the tankmen went
to the annual Southern Interscholastic
Meet at Chapel Hill. Here, the team placed
fourth in a field of seven.
Two weeks later the home boys again
went to Chapel Hill for the State Cham-
pionship Meet. This time, the team placed
third behind Greensboro and High Point.
Although the season terminated at the
members went unat-
for the Duke Invita-
completion of the
most of the team
tached to Durham
tional Meet, where the local boys chalked
up the third highest number of points.
In this meet, Jon Mackey took first in the
First row. left to right: Bob Dempsey, Rex MacMillan, Fred DeBerry, Frank Farlow, Hugh
Deans, Merle Sommers. Second row: Bill Swain, Stacy Holmes, Ed Bost, Wade Caulberg, Terry
Cordell, Phil Johnson, Gordon Welsh, Coach Walker. Third row: H. T. Eubanks, George Hines.
Ferg Norton, Bobby Asher, Speck Underwood, Robert Tyson, Doug Johnson, Coach Shay. Fourth.
row: Gary Tedder, Grey Poole, Billy Hubbard, David Rickman, Roy Creighton. Talmadge Brown,
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freys. Second row: Jerry Jones, Hal Miller, Don Vinnik, Dickie Bethune, Robert Singleton.
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.'E Iilll STORY
airy Lynn Mundy and lane iljfIlU,I'll
We were scared, very scared on that first day
at Needham Broughton back on September 3 in 1950.
lf any group ever looked like country come to town.
that was us. With our new Tonis, crew cuts. starched
dresses, and draped pants, we really thought that
we were tough. We chomped on our bubble gum a
little more vigorously than usual, but we. refused to
lose our thirteen-year-old dignity by blowing bubbles
before the upperclassmen.
We made our way into the auditorium with tremb-
ling knees where a booming voice bade us sit down.
There was a mad scramble for seats as everyone
grabbed for his friend's hand. and in no time at.-all,
the Class of '55 was assembled for the first time.
the Fred Olds gang on one side of the auditorium
and the Myrtle Underwood crew on the other. while
the less competitive ones occupied the cent.er. There
and then. the school rules were laid out before us.
These were to be our restrictions for the next five
years: No smoking lthere were a few giggles at this
announcement, as most of us were not then indulging
in this cancer causing habitl, No leaving the school
grounds during school hours tthis rule d1dn't faze
us either. as we had not yet been introduced to the
"Milky Way"l and last but not least. no hazing or
initiation on the school grounds. tThis brought a sigh
of relief, and the fear of the deep and dark "pits"
Then eight brave men and women who had made
the grave mistake of becoming eighth grade teachers,
mustered up their nicest smiles, and herded their
twenty or thirty pupils together, We said goodbye to
our grammar school buddies with heavy hearts and
cast a reproachful glance at our new classmates who
had been our bitter rivals for seven long years. Then
we were on our way. and five wonderful years lay
After a few weeks of going up and down the
wrong steps, worshipping our senior idol, being late
to classes, and dancing 4? ?l in gym classes. our first
real high school duty faced us, and we began some
vigorous campaigning for class officers. To the amaze-
ment of our older friends, we decided that the weaker
sex had good leaders too, and we elected Betsy Purcell
President of our Sub-Freshmen class. When the Hi-
Tzmes went to press. this election captured the spot-
light, and we were very delighted that we had broken
the usual rules of convention.
In February, we got our first taste of the excite-
ment. and glamor of the Queen of Hearts assembly.
We proudly applauded our attendant, Faye Arnold. as
she was metvby Bill Merriman at the end of the long
aisle. That night, many of us were seen standing, but
not dancing, at the Queen of Hearts dance.
Then in the spring came the eighth grade dance, and
what a dance!! While the records played on. the girls
shuffled nervously on one side of the gym while the
boys stood bashfully in little groups on the other.
Finally the tension was broken. A multiplication
dance was started, and we got a chance to show off
our newly acquired knowledge of the dance rage-
the box step. We were still at the awkward stage. so
actually we stumbled more than we danced, but
spirits were high because this was our dance. We
had planned and decorated for it, and no one could
convince us that our decorations of green and yellow
crepe paper weren't the prettiest that had ever been
used at Broughton. We hit cloud number seven when
that special young man asked us to dance or that
sweet young lady graciously accepted an invitation
to dance. High school seemed to bring one good time
after another, and we already loved it. We were be-
BEAUTIES CHOSEN BY THE BEASTS
Left lo right: Ann Campbell, Peggy Simmons, Marjorie Estes, Connie Pinyon, Betsy Purcell.
Sis Strong, Faye Arnold.
ginning to think that the next four years would be
But then came the ninth grade and Latin and
Algebra, and the smug expressions vanished. and
wrinkles began to show on our foreheads. We thought
we were pretty wise and old, because we no longer
had the dreadful "Sub" tacked to our title. The first
taste oi' what real studying was like came in the first
of this year. And yet, as all ninth graders have, we
set out to see who could join the most after-school
clubs. Y-Teens, Mixed Chorus, Little Theater. and the
Latin Club were invaded by numbers of our class. and
some of our boys were taken into the Jr. Hi-Y.
A few of the promising thespians of our class were
cast in "Men Are Like Streetcarsf'
Again we cast ballots. and the freshman class
officers elected wcre: Bob Alphin. President. Van
Calton, Vice-President, Lynne Courtney. Secretary.
Marjorie Linzey, Treasurer, and Richard Ray, Sergeant-
at-Arms, for the second straight year. A few days
later, we gathered to elect a class adviser. We just.
couldn't overlook our English teacher, Mr. Norwood
Smith, who had, by this time, threatened to hang
most of us out thc window by our toes. And so in
order to pacify him, so that many of these dangerous
threats would not be executed. we chose him as the
teacher to be our counsellor and friend for the next
four years. Since that time. we have realized more and
more the value of this choice.
In November, we donned our warmest. clothes for
homecoming, and in February, we again climbed into
evening dresses for the Queen of Hearts Dance. This
year, Landrum Manning and Kay Zeigler, who were
members of the Class of '55, made their way shakily
down the aisle to the beautiful strains of "The Priest's
March." While the juniors and seniors went to New
York, we underclassmen remained at home to wat-ch
our basketball team win the State Championship.
Naturally. at some time during a class's stay at
Broughton. there just has to be a square dance. And
so amid straw and wooden fences, we danced the
Virginia Reelgthe boys in their jeans and flashy
Suspenders and the girls in their calico dresses. The
caller screamed out "Swing that pardner with a smile"
and swing we did until we were dizzy and our feet
In May the time rolled around for the Student
Council elections, and we began to feel our value to
the school. One of our classmates would be chosen
as secretary. Mary Lynn Moody was elected, and
we realized for the first time that we were now a
part of the functions at Broughton. We found that
several of the girls in our class, Judy Levi. Bettie Sue
Caviness. Joyce Little. and Faye Arnold. had extra
large lungs and an oversupply of pep and energy, so
we proudly elected them J.V. cheerleaders.
As the year came to a close. we realized that we
were gaining our self-confidence and became proud
of being a part of Needham Broughton. There were
three years left, and we were determined to make the
most of t.hem.
Our sophomore year, probably the most wonderful
and exciting, found us with our hands in practically
every little activity at Broughton, This year marked
the middle of our five years in high school, and we
took full advantage of this fact. We entered into the
middle of everything-the work. extra-curricula ac-
tivities. the fun, which was so important to us then.
and those with stronger stomachs even entered into
the middle of worms and frogs! Under the leadership
of Semi Mintz, President: Billy Brickhouse. Vice-
President: Kim Hatcher, Secretary: Polly Wood, Treas-
urer: and Hugh Bennett, Sergeant-at-Arms. we began
a year full of work and good times. although often
our books were neglected as we stepped into the
social scene. Some of our girls even ventured to
make their debut to high school society by engaging
a band to beat out a few tunes for their Christmas
dance. It was around Halloween of this year that
Bettie Sue Caviness's strange affinity for black cats
never failed to be mentioned when she passed the
corner at Fairview Road and St. Mary's Street. If
you aren't one of the lucky ones who has heard
the story of "Sudie's" meeting with the black cat on
that corner, you just haven't. lived! ! !
During football season, we saw Richard Ray star on
the gridiron, and later in the year, we cheered as
Fred DeBerry galloped around the basketball court.
As a result of his fine play that year, "DeBerry"
was chosen as one of the 500 best high school basket-
ball players in the nation.
Many of our boys were taken into the Junior Hi-Y,
but for some strange reason. more girls were seen
wearing Hi-Y pins than boys. We also started a new
Junior Literary Magazine, and Robert Stewart, one
of the more creative members of our class. was chosen
editor. Our swimming team. aided by Russell Bray.
Jimmy Thompson, Nicky Nichols, and Base Blackwell,
won the state championship as did the basketball
team for its second year. n the spring a drought
hit town, and the water supply dwindled lower and
lower. While the Raleigh officials were trying to
find better methods of supplying the town with water,
the girls in our class, as well as the other classes.
were down on their knees in thanks to Mother Nature.
because the water shortage meant no showers after
gym. This meant that curly hair could be preserved
for a while anyway.
This was also the year of the mock presidential
election, and "I Like Ike" buttons became a standard
ornament for many students. We soon found that
the Democratic South was packed with Republicians
after all, and some of the Democrats joined with the
"elephant" enthusiasts to elect "Ike" President.. Imagine
the Eisenhower backers delight when their man won
the real thing! !
Perhaps the most wonderful part of this year was
the sixteenth birthdays. We tried to look nonchalant
as we ,passed our newly acquired driver's license
around or others to see, but try as we would to act
like experienced drivers, we stil clutched the wheel
tightly and held our breath an extra long count when
we went. through the down-town trafiiic.
We wore many a shoe sole thin as we traveled
through our neighborhood selling magazines and
Christmas wrapping paper. Our neighbors began to
hide when they saw us coming, but we were deter-
mined to build up our class treasury.
In December. the annual Student Council dance,
the "Snowball" was held, and many of us who were
on Student Council committees spent. many hours
winding crepe paper and scattering "snow" on the
make believe trees in the gym.
Our representatives to the Queen of Hearts Court
this year were Joyce Little and Betsy Purcell, and
Faye Arnold was the girl chosen from our class to
be a varsity cheerleader. We also entered into the
upperclassmen's privilege of electing marshals and
Jean Leach, Faye Arnold, Billy Brickhouse. and Jerry
Jones were the four whom we chose to lead the
seniors down the aisle. Student Council elections came
around. and we elected Bob Alphin Vice-President.
During the warm weather, while most boys' and
girls' fancies were turning lightly to love, and many
couples could be seen ta king under the crab apple
trees in front of school, we were dashing madly about
the lawn in search of wildflowers. We guick learned
the difference between wild ginger an clover, but
it took longer to get used to stumbling through briar
atches and running into overhanging branches.
Fnstead of getting together for hen and stag parties,
we got together to roam through the woods, search-
ing every inch of the ground for a new flower to
add to our collection. We griped, we argued, we fussed
about those nature jaunts, but when the booklets were
finished, and we had seen the last of wild flowers for
a while, we decided that actually the whole assign-
ment had been loads of fun.
Graduation time came, and we watched the gowned
seniors with a touch of sadness. We were almost upper-
classmen. It seemed so hard to believe.
And then about the time that most of our noses
had peeled away and our tans were a golden brown, it
was September, and once again we made our way
through the doors of Broughton. We knew that this
year would be a bit different for us. The school and
administration had changed, and so had we. There was
a wonderful new addition to the building that afforded
so many luxuries that we had long wanted. The
student's lounge was the delight of the students, and
many of our classmates had the chance to see the
N. Y. Giants win the World Series on the set that
year. Joseph Q. Holiday iwe never have found out
what that. "Q" stands for! began his regime as
Principal of Needham Broughton, and with his and
Mr. Smith's help, we started our first year as upper-
After a few days of working and playing together.
realization came that, now at last, many of us had
begun to become young adults. We were still "Ready,
wi ling, and able" to have fun, but somehow, this
year's fun was different. When respon ibilities came
our way. we accepted and executed them with a sense
of pride. We were just beginning to prepare ourselves
for the future.
In our class election, Robert Sink was elected
President. Donald Fry-Vice-President, Nancy Brown-
ing-Secretary, Gary Dozier-Treasurer, and Bobby
In the fall, the National Honor Society had it's
first induction of the year, and tears streaked our
faces as many of our classmates received the honor
which they so deserved. Margaret Beattie, Nancy
Browning, Johnny Cella, Ginger Hester, Margaret
Paris, Jerry Jones, and Robert Sink were those
juniors who held a white candle during this tagping,
and in February, Ann Lee Barnhardt, Lota rian,
Donald Fry, Frances Johnson. and Carolyn Myers
were the chosen ones.
Right before the Christmas holidays, we helped with
the decorations for the Student Council dance once
again, and we sold hundreds of boxes of wrapping
paper-that is we sold them when we weren't at home
learning all about the popular fellow, Pathogoras, or
trying to balance a chemical equation.
After the new year had begun. the school activities
occupied most of our time. First came exams, Qneed
any more be said?l and the College Day. Then
Katherine Renfrew and Kim Hatcher were chosen
from our class to be in the Queen of Hearts Court,
and the annual Student-Faculty game was held. By the
way, the male teachers won this game by an unfair
advantage-they cheated! ! ! !
The Service Club recognized Robert Stewart. Bob
Alphin, Faye Arnold, Robert Sink, Jerry Jones. Henry
Helms, Kim Hatcher, Mary Lynn Moody, and Betsy
Purcell who had spent many afternoons and much of
their free time working for the school. The magazine
sales brought out our competitive spirit, and with
Betsy Brian as high salesman-no-high saleswoman,
we led the school in the sales.
Then came the long awaited New York Trip, and
thirty of our classmates left for the big city to "paint
the town red." No sooner had this gang arrived in
Manhattan than the plague hit-the measles! ! ! There
were moans and screams at the discovery of the little
red bumps, but the. ailing ones, determined to make
the most of this trip. set out- on the tours with the
others-dark glasses, face powder, eye shadow, and
all. It was a weary but merry group that met the
Hazel was here ....
Jimmy, Gene, "Wheatie" and Friends
screams of parents and friends on Sunday night as
they climbed down from the train.
Then came that big night in March when an atmos-
phere of the Polynesian Islands prevailed at our first
Junior-Senior. We actually were in paradise as we
whirled around the Floor to the music of-the boys
in their tuxs. dinner jackets. and plaid cumberbunds.
and the girls in their hoop skirts and colorful dresses.
We had worked for weeks to perfect the decorations
and plans in order to give the senoirs a beautiful
dance, and we were bursting with pride when we
entered this paradise land. The center of attraction
in t.hc decoration scheme was a big Polynesian idol,
bcaut.ifully lighted, and complemented by tropical
flowers, a bamboo hut, and fiamingoes. When the last
strains of "Good-night Sweetheart" died away. we
reluctantly gathered our wraps and turned to thoughts
ot' the following parties and beach trip to Wrights-
ville. The weather was, to our disappointment, a bit
chilly, but some returned with faint traces of windburng
and a few took a dip, unwillingly, in the icy water,
Then came the senior assembly, and this time we
entered int.o the program, It was hard to realize that
when the last of them had walked across the stage to
receive his diploma. we would be seniors-sophisti-
cated seniors! Four years of high school had already
llown by, and now it was our turn to take the lead.
"Our thoughts will be with you through the years.
We've had our share of good times and tears,
You leave your school to us now your friends, . .
We were seniors at last.
September 2, l954, was just the beginning of another
school year for most of the members ot Broughton
High, but to us 242 members of the Class of '55, it had
a very special meaning, This was our year. We were
no longer looking up to the seniors, because now we
held that title. Suddenly the friendly greetings of
our schoolmates took on a new importance, and
as the school year began to unfold, each dav brought
a new challenge to each one of us. Our pride in our
sehool and in our class grew, and the cliques began
to dissolve as we made a last attempt to reallv get
to know every individual in our class. We attended
every school function possible, as we realized that
this was our last chance,
This 'was a special year in another way. too, be-
cause it was the 25th anniversary of the school,
Janes ready for the goblins
And the snow's came and so did vacation
Twenty-tive rich years ol' Broughton's history were
over. and we hoped that we could have possibly
added something to her grandeur, We learned that
Broughton would he consolidated with Morson and
the Methodist. Orphanage next year as a Senior High.
Anne and Phil at Snow Ball
This year was to be an end to a beginning, and for
these reasons, we determined that we would make that
a memorable year-the best of all.
Only a few days after we had begun to play our
new role as seniors. the first assembly came and with
it the senior's privilege of being led into the audi-
torum by the marshals. We had looked forward
to this moment for a long, long time, and yet
when the time came, we were scared-scared to death.
With wet hands and weak knees, and with Betsy
Balentine and Judy Drake leading us and Scottie
Swindel and Phil Smith bringin' up the rear, we started
majestically down the aisle-praying that we wouldnt
trip or wouldn't even grin. We found ourselves almost
running the thirty-four paces twe counted theml
down the aisle, and breathed a sigh of relief when we
settled into our broken seats with one mishap.
4To whom is may concern, these seats are referred
to as broken seats in hopes that now that twenty-tive
years are past, they will be fixed! ! lr
This year, we were the First class to elect our
officers, and in the last week oi' September, we went
to the polls-now doesn't that sound tough?-and
elected Bobby Shoffner President of our Senior Class,
Arthur Dozier-Vice-President, Ann Sloan-Secretary.
Mary Lynn Moody-Treasurer, and Johnny Cella-
Then came the wonderful, wonderful fair on the
sixteenth of October, and although many of us de-
clared that the fair was "kid stuff," you probably
saw three-fourths of the Class of '55, trudging along
candy from head
by us, especially
daring lassies in
and color teddy
by the boys for
gay group that
the midway with pandas and cotton
to toe. The side shows were invaded
the boys! ! And some of the more
our class. such as Faye Godwin and
took a spin on the rocket. All sizes
bears were won, bought or snitched
their favorite lassies, and it was a
started for home.
By November, the football season
way, in fact it was almost over, and
was well under-
so the combined
Student Councils of Morson and Broughton got to-
gether to choose a Friday for the homecoming fes-
tivities. Little did we know of the "young lady" that
was about to hit town. And then while students were
dashing. madly about school in search of more purple
and gold crepe paper to decorate cars and floats, and
Kim Hatcher and Betsy Purcell with all the members
of the student council committees. were selling home-
coming corsages, a gal named "Hazel" was beginning
to kick up her heels down on the Atlantic Coast. In no
time at all, the weatherman was issuing hurricane warn-
Ethelyn and Mary Sue-two Future David studying?
ings to the people in Raleigh, and the administration
began to worry about their lil prodigals being swept, out
of school by the strong winds. Mr. Holiday's excited
voice broke through on the PA system during -ith
period, and in a whisk we were safe in our homes or
either stranded in the parking lot in cars. Power
lines trembled then fell cutting many of us off
without one bit of electricity. So for the next few
days. Nancy Crump spent. hours cooking beans on a
pop-corn popper, while Matilda Mann, the foggy thing
that she is, spent hours wondering if her glasses
were dirty or whether the lights were out. The hurri-
cane meant half a day holiday, but it was gloomy
homecoming, and Margie Estes. Betsy Purcell, and
Faye Arnold had to wait until the next week to
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Landrum, Bob, Camille, and Jimmy in the good ole days
Don and Margie romp in the snow The set gets ready
We got another chance to get the "inside dope" on
our favorite college when the month of December
appeared on our calendars, and Jane Wayburn, Mary
Lou Macon. Bill Barksdale, Nancy Tunnell, Anne
Denmark, Cynthia Wing, Peggy Ridout, and Freddy
Moreadith, with others. made the rounds ot' all their
college choices. This occasion brought out the college
spirit in our class. and for weeks after, the age old
rivalry between the "Wolfpack" fans and t.he "Tar
Heel" supporterslheld the topic of conservation at
On December 17. Rita Bennett, Bobby Hibhard, Page
Bernstein. Wilson Bowers and more donned their
bermudas and blouses or levis and "T' shirts. and
rushed about the gym with paint brushes and ham-
Lively spirits, pretty legs, and awful basketball players
mers. decorating for the "Snow Ball" which many of
the seniors had a hand in this year.
A l'cw days al'ter this successtul dance had been held,
the wonderful Christmas vacation began, and we all
started sendin' our letters to Santa. With teas and
our time. Christmas Eve rolled
knew it, and everyone added the
his tree. Wilson Bowers got his
cashmere sweaters, Sharon Ridge-
"Animal" Brewer an additional set
dances to occupy
around before we
last ornaments to
usual four or tive
way, her luggage. , .
of muscles, "Undertaker" Allen, a new embalmer for
the funeral home, 'tOkecneeche" Cell, a new Boy Scout
"T" shirt, and Bill Merriman, a new supply of snow!
When the last grains of sand had fallen through old
man '54's glass, Margie Park. Suzanne Peterson, Polly
Wood, Jean Fogleman, Saralyn and Ethelyn Prickett,
Amid the footlights and grease paint
A good ole southern treat
and some other girls invited all their friends to dance
and help greet 1955, As the clock struck l2:o0, con-
fetti and kisses began to fly and everyone turned
thoughts to a wondcrlul new year. The turn ot' the
year made us realize that this was really our year:
it belonged to thc Class of '55.
We had barely gotten adjusted to eight hours of
work again, when exams hit us in the facc, and for the
first time that year. we truly used our textbooks.
When the grades were announced, we found that our
graduating class of 242 had dwindled a bit, but most
of us came through by the skin of our teeth.
By this time, Mother Nature decided to smile on us
by sending us a small blizzard! We woke up at the
usual time one Wednesday morning. found our t'ront
yards knee deep in snow, and quickly switched on
our radios to see if this would be a white holiday.
When the good news had been announced, we tumbled
back into bed. caught a few more winks. and then
pulled our slcds out of our basements and hurried out
to the Country Club for a good ole fashioned sleigh
ride. Bob King, Morris Jones, Bobby Croinley, Sharon
Ridgeway, Margie liinzey, and David Stephenson were
some of those who could lie seen flying over "the
hump" on the golf course and then trudgin' back up
the hill with their sleds behind them. Hal Miller
had a little mishap with his sled and was afraid he
was gonna limp forever, but by time school resumed
studies, he along with the other members ol' our class.
was tit as a fiddle! !
In February, our class began preparations for the
Queen of Hearts program because this year we
were in charge ol' this beautiful spectacle. Jimmy
Edwards and Barry Collins spent the afternoon on
ladders in the gym, and Jerry Holleman, Eddie May-
nard, Gene McCracken, Sally Ruark, and Martha Teal
were among those who rolled crepe paper for the last
time and cut. out hearts for the quecn's and attendants'
throncs, We were a bit misty eyed when our al.-
tendants, R.ita Burke, Jean Leach, and Nancy Brown-
ing drifted down t.he aisle to meet. their escorts
Bob Wynne, "Wheatie" JetTries, and Gus Reavis. And
we were proudest of all when the trumpets an-
nounced Landrum Manning, our maid-of-honor, and
Faye Arnold, Queen of our Hearts for 1955. Also in
the month of Februray came the Student-Faculty
game and "Hook" Lucas, Base Blackwell, Bill Merrie
man and other fellas in our class t'ell prey to the old
faculty team in a humiliating loss. The girls, as
usual proved their superiority over the women faculty
and Nancy Mumford and Betty Lou Johnson with thc
help of other gals held the older women to one point!
Boy. did we girls gloat!
The first of March saw the end of the basketball
season and the loss of the State Championship for
the tirst time in three years. Lil' "Billy" Hitchcock,
big DeBerry, and Semi gave it all they had, but this
year it just. dicln't seem to be enough. The "Caps"
finished first. in the Eastern Conference though, and
this fcat satisfied us.
When the time came to elect superlativcs. we found
it very hard to pick from our talented and wonderful
class, ten boys and girls who were outstanding in
the tive ticlds, but we cast our ballots with great
thought, realizing that this was the last election which
some of the seniors would be running for a position,
Those elected as our superlativcs t'or H155 werci
Mr. and Miss Needham Broughton. Jerry Jones and
Mary Lynn Moody: Beau and Belle, Bobby Shoffncr
and Betsy Purcell: Wit. Bettie Sue Caviness and
"Willie" Swain: Sports, Rita Bowden and Fred Dc-
Berryg and Versatility. Lola Brian and Colon Shaw
Mintz, better known to all as Semi. The two seniors
with the highest average for our four years in high
school were Margaret. Beattie and Lawrence liohr,
and they automatically became Scholarship super-
This month also was the time tor the senior play,
and donning grease paint and costumes, the future
thespians in our class played their parts like real
troupers, Jane Low, Jimmy Thompson, .limmie Wall.
Frances Johnson, Margie Park, and Neil Hudson made
up part of the cast for "January Thaw," and we
thought that they deserved Oscars everyone of them.
For months, we had been preparing for a big 25th
anniversary celebration and in the last week in
March, our class along with every other class in school
combined their talents to present a pageant, "The
Silver Years," which is probably one of the most
outstanding memories we will have of our high school
days. For us seniors. the pageant held a touch of
sadness, and boys and girls alike had trouble swallow-
ing when the audience stood to sing the Alma Mater.
It's impossible to name all the seniors who had a
hand in this successful undertaking, Some of them
were Nancy Jones, Patty Jo Jones. Carolyn Mallard.
Gretchen Barnette. Jimmy Davis and Sammy Frazier.
In the next few weeks. the girls were searching
frantically about town for Easter bonnets while thc
boys were raiding the Horists in search of Howers for
their favorite lassies. When Peter Rabbit came hopping
down the bunny trail, our class was ready for him
with their Easter linery on. and the Easter Parade con-
tinued from Wednesday afternoon until the following
Tuesday when we again grabbed our John J. Gilmartin
books and hurried off to school. We had just gotten
back to school when the Hi-Y presented its annual
Spring Follies and Jerry Holleman, Robert Sink, Bob
Edwards, Bob Alphin, "Willie" Swain, Bill Barksdale.
and "Slob" Shoffner took part in this delightful show.
When the time came for us to meet in the auditorium
to choose the persons or person whom we would
dedicate the annual to: we decided that Mr, Maltbie
and Mr. Smith, our class adviser, were the ones who
played the largest part in the success of our class.
For their guidance and their trust in us. we dedicated
the annual to these two men.
The night Dave Brown's orchestra struck up the
last tune. we again got that funny feeling in the pits of
our stomachs. The Jr.-Sr. was here and this year
the dance was for us. We cast an admiring glance at
the "southern plantation," complete with wysteria
gardens, and a ai-ge mansion and suddenly we were
glad that we were from the Southland and went to
Needham Broughton High School. The parties and
beach trips began and for this weekend, we romped
all over Wrightsville Beach, forgetting the studies
which the teachers had piled on us.
"Only 23 more school days . . . 22 . . . 21. . .
May had come and now graduation was in sight.
We were really "hitting the books" by now in a ast
attempt to soak in some knowledge of Chemistry
formulas, Algebraic equations, and those darn Gil-
martin words. We were beginning to tire of school,
and every morning we were yanked unwillingly from
our beds to begin another day of work. Then before
we could catch our breath, exams came and went, and
our very own week began. For some reason, those
who had been counting the days until the end of
school were wishing that the hours were longer now.
We had almost completed five years . . . 180 weeks . . .
900 days of life at Broughton. We were readylto
become alumni rather than students of this high
How does our class feel as we realize that our
high school work and fun is coming to a close?
Anyone who has never been a senior cannot Eossibly
know. There is an indescribable closeness etween
the members of our graduating class as it has been
with classes in the past. Broughton has been
our life for five years, and now we realize that this
can never be again. The sunbaths and gab sessions
at lunch, the wild flowers we had to collect, the
plays, the big school dances, parties, and studies, the
New York trips, the vacations . . . all of these are
gone but not forgotten, never forgotten. Every mem-
ber of our class in his way has contributed to these
successful years, Bobby Kirkland and Buckiy Bran-
ham. their courage: "Teal" and "Wheat.ie" the r merry
laughter: Jimmy Kirkland his skill with a camera:
Carolyn Harris, Nicky Stamey, and Rita Bennett, and
more, their artistic ability: Martha Dean, Burton
Horwitz, and others, their acting ability, Joanne
Tripp, Gerrie Preston, Meredith Lentz, Margaret Paris.
Sid Raper, and countless others, their writing ability,
and on and on. We are leaving nowg and when we go,
a part of us will remain. We are ready to pay our
last tribute to Needham B. Broughton High School
and our friends and teachers here. We are reminded
of the 242 boys and girls who were so scared back
on Sept. 2, 1950. We did know what the future five
years held for us-now we do. The past. few years
have been the most rewarding of our young lives,
and we can only hope for as happy a future wherever
we now may go. You, Broughton, have made and
shaped us into what we are today. For you, we are
grateful: to you, we say "thanks," We are your
children. for you have helped us to grow. In you we
have learned well, laughed often, and gained much.
Our future success belongs to you.
The favorite aftermath of the Jr.-Sr.
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NEW AND USED CARS
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133 E. Morgan Street
RALEIGH, NORTH CAROLINA
C. R. Renfrow, Mgr. Telephone 4-1313
STATE MOTORS INC.
1 16-128 E. Morgan Street
RALEIGH, NORTH CAROLINA
fs YOUR STUDEBAKER DEALER
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First in Fashions
in the Carolinas
118 Fayetteville Street
RALEIGH, N. C.
Phone 2-2437 Established 1896
C. R. BOYD, Prop.
FURNITURE REPAIRING, UPHOLSTERING
WE INVITE COMPARISON
556 Newbem Ave. Raleigh, N. C.
112 South Blount Stre t
RALEIGH, NORTH CAROLINA
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RALEIGH, NORTH CAROLINA
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E. Hargett Street Raleigh, N.
ALAMO PLAZA HOTEL COURTS
Highway 1 North : Louisburg Road
RALEIGH, N. C.
Raleigh Office Supply Company
Office Supplies Office Equipment
118 E. Martin Street Dial 4-1331
RALEIGH, Noam CAROLINA
2906 Hillsboro Street
Complete Laundry Service
N 0 R M A N ' S
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525 Hillsboro Street
RALEIGH, NORTH CAROLINA
MANLY C. BRITT CO.
Property Management - Leases
Real Estate Sales and Appraisals
Fire and Auto Insurance
Odd Fellows Building Dial 4-6443
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National School Supply Co., Inc.
National Film Service
Simply Superior . . . For Those Who Can't Be
Bothered With Second Best . . .
Mastercraft Stage Equipment
Draperies - Shades
14-20 Glenwood Ave. Raleigh, N. C.
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 of Christian character
and service. Distinguished record of student honors. Excellent
library facilities. Effective honor system.
ATTRACTIVE location in Raleigh, 6'The Educational Center of the
Statef, Beautiful campus of 170 acres. Modern lireproof dormitories
with generous provisions for social activities.
Write for catalogue and folder of views
CARLYLE CAMPBELL, President
RALEIGH, NORTH CAROLINA
Southern Builders and Supplies
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420 Daniels Street Cameron Village
Phone 3-3851 RALEIGH, N. C.
Congratulations Seniors of 55
ODORLESS DRY CLEANING
1 Hats Cleaned and Rugs Shampooed
436 South Salisbury Street Phone 24478
PE CE COLLEGE
Standard Junior College Courses.
General Junior College Courses.
Two-year Standard Courses in Home Economics.
One- and Two-year Commercial Courses fGregg
Two Years of High School Work.
Special Courses in Art, Music, etc.
For Catalogue Address
WILLIAM C. PRESSLY, President
RALEIGH, NORTH CAROLINA
Howard: What puzzles me is where do the bugs that are here all summer go in the winter
Mike N.: Search me!
C0mp,,mm J. M. THOMPSON
p0UL1-RY Since 1921
Rock Quarry Road
Raleigh N. C. 655 West Lenoir Street
' Tel. 3-2084
Congratulations PERSON ST. VARIETY STORE
M I T C H E L I 702 N. Person Street
F U N E R A L H 0 M E i'
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m ulance NEEDS
St. Mary's at Johnson Street
Open Every Nite 'Til 9:00 P.M.
RALEIGH LETTER WRITERS
Hood industrial Bank Building DINING SPACE ' CURB SERVICE
Phone 2-2487 1600 Wake Forest Road
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