New Bern High School - Bruin Yearbook (New Bern, NC)

 - Class of 1928

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E if- . -nu ..n I .ug YJ, Y 'Z' ,qv ' Miss Miss Miss Miss Miss Miss Faculty RUTH liI.,XCKXVEl,lJIiR RIAISIE BooKn.xRn'1' AIARIE DL'N1.,w IXI,xRy Iixocus CJCT,-XVI.-X LIISTIZR FR,xNcEs jonx Miss MARY CH.'XRl,IiS Poi Mas. Vnixx Ru.1aY Miss Biuxxenn Rowe MR. V. If. Swim' Miss MYRTLE Swlxcui Miss ANNIE Homz XVARIJ The Faculty YVh0 keeps the pupils going right, Stopping every spit-ball fight, Teaching us with all their might? The Faculty. XVh0 XVho ,Till we nearly go insane? The Faculty. XVhC-'s as'cunning as a fox, must stand the heavy strain, picks on our feeble brain, XVho's a human question box, VVho The Faculty. XVho deserves a statue tall, Set up in the study hall, gets all the high school knocks? XVho's the nicest of thein all? The Faculty. 7 K We U D 'If-f-Mila' Q F.: l ' lv ,'--:v:qg's4n Y .m: . '3 '. f Mfr: u -.v - -1- - -1 AQ4'!4- ' 1 Ap. :zg-1 ,' :.o5?s',nui islflgsiy Q 2-ul s n . Q, 9 I 97 .. , l 4-:Si ' ' u, n - an lg' V I I ' l. 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G ln QAIM4 I ur UI ll "The Cubn Staff EI.lZ.Xl4ETH NVNN Iidilor-irz-Cl1i1'f LUCY I,EG,xI,1,.xls ,lssislanl Ifdilnr JANET HCJI.I.I9TI2R .lssixlzlzzt Edilor jon RICD.,XNIEl, .1J5i5fllllf Ezlilnr Envmnn STEXVART glsxisfzzzzt Eflilor "S,xLLII2 PAT" K.xFER I?11sim'y5 fllmzagfrr MARc,AxRET CANNON .lssislmzf Jllkzmzgfrr LIN,-X BELL TT-XX'I.LJR .lsxislzllzl 11'1'll7lllfjt'l' IQERMIT CTUTHRIIE .lssislanf Aflllllllfjfl' RI.-XRTHA HURST .'1.vJi,vl1111l Jllallagfrl' Lows ANGELL .Irl Editor I'IANIII,TON STYRON Jokr Edirol' HIfI.EN TAVERY Typifz JOHN CEASKILL .lysisfanl Typixt 9 l 1 "-fv:q9'-img m- . Q- ' f vglpfffff Aggsoapni - -asgabX9qyTg:a,l1,'c1v, N ' 1. 4-008 as-we " ' -' gg Q I 1 N3 ' '.x.5s 4 fqfi' '. 1 ., Q - 4,:ln.' - . . v The Cub, Nineteen Twenty-eight - 'jqisglii 'XI x ,u:1"' -"Tw",-I tix 'liwafgx I QLQ5Z5E1nii'i'Eff'LgPsf gI - um QXQJ- ' E E CiJl..T-0 livnnrth Birkinann CilO Zlt its nlilllnrtinnrh tu rung mam, that hr numt hiv. Nziturv sinh faitr, humeurr. anniv- tiniw hrrrrr that hraith mmf Pzirlg zinh rut - un nff in the hlunm ut' nur gnuth. Ehuu 1 'jf it maui with lirnnrth Eirkimmn. Eating thv 'f fvutiual nf th? Olhrint Glhilh, thv grim rrnpvr V hvrknnvhz une nf ua mimurrvh zmh uma hrzuun intn thv him rrginmi nf thv heath. what nint- teru it tu thr rightvmw, uihvthvr thvg :Irv mwignivh tn mars num nr ai ,fem gmru Inter? HUP nuwt all anmnrr thr fall Hump hug, zinh mag mr Iiuv sinh hiv in muh zi mannvr an uhall mzikv wa hrzvruing nf u parzihiuv unh rnmmuninn with lnuvh num. mhn hum' gun? hvfnrr. V fn, lil lil ml' QQ' ,'.--N , 5 gm' . 15' 'W ' 7"3 72? - .. W- ---. - -- 52 A "T" 1 ,lp I. 'f, , .JW - v. isle' ,fx Q' .ilk 1 ' ,- ' -9441 Q-9: ' -. ' I5 it lxeql If M x 1 , sn rv Q., ,gg u 1 I I ' 295 Cl . . ---" The Cub, Nxneteen Twenty-elght -.' 7 , x ' ' . 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' 'f--gepxqvn 55153-A' F7 Jisgg - I ' 45537:- v 9 ' Nineteen Twenty eight ly 'f Li all . 1 g 1 ,Q gill' " tx' s -A ' A s 4 X X I :bf-, , p 5 .Ps h l 'A52,3p , , 44 li- . -1 4 ', 80 X The u , - . , u Q' .-4' I A' I9 i .5'i'.'i'. . . "..' ' gui" Quia ' 53' A I iQ. u It ' :oo:,,f .55-Oar 25.1-ggsspi-4 Q.. AFP! ll SeI'llOI' Class Louis Dmnxc Axcizu. ".Ill Ihr fworlll's a l'Il'lill5, .vo fwlly not br a Clllflbllfu Athh-tiv Assm-izltion, '26, '27, 'ZSQ I"ri-slinnin Liti-rnry So- i-ir-ty, '25g 'l'I1v lf'oi'uni, 'Zig 1'1't-siah-nt Si-ii-in-v Vlul., 'BTL l':lll.1llSll Vluli. 'ZTQ llistory Vluli, '2T: Boys' Vluli, '27-'img lNlnllng'l'fllll Vluh, '27-'LINQ Junior 1'ai'nix':iI, 'ZTQ S. K. S, '2N: Vim--l'i'1-sill--lil, St-voiirl Pi-rioil, Ili-Y Vlulr. 'BSQ lllziiiugi-r, Sw-- onll Pvrioul, lli-Y Rzislivtlialll 'l'l'2llH, 'ESQ ll. I". N. lb. S., 'IM Assistant Mzinailii-r Bziskollvall, 'LZNQ Bzisi-hull, '2li, '2T. 'ZNL Huh lfootlrull, '25g Varsity Footluill, '27, '283 Art Erlitor for thi- "4'uli," '2S. lli-ri-'iz to Louis, '1'wv1ityft-iglit's own 1-zirtoonist. Louis flrnws vw-i'ytliiiig ininuinzilvlt- 1-X11-pt il szilziry. llis nzinii- niziy ln- Angl-ll, but hv's :1 til-nion on any n1an's lhotlmll ti-ani, hui- ing lwf-n om- of tho pigsliin inziinstuys ol' this yi-:1r's ti-sun. Siu-zikimg of woinq-nano ont- was sin-nkiiig' of the-in-f lint l.ouis is ei nn-:in wlsuldy with thi' lk-nizils-s. .flfti-1' lizivim: vx- hziustvd thi- supply lu-rv, hi- is zittviiiptim: to cziyiturl- it Grei-nvillc lady. Bo 21 good "li-otllf' boy, llllllt' Louis. ULOUH l 5 'U Nl M11.nREn BELLE ARNol.n "Nothing is mon' usfful Ilzan 5il1'nz'z'." llonio Evononiivs Fzlsliiivn Show, '35g Student Vnunvil, '2S. Milmlrvil is om- of the quivt nn-inln-rs of our vlass. Slit- 4-:in allways he tll'IDl'llllQ'tl upon to tlo what is zissigin-fl to ln-r. Iii-- si-rvi-tl in llK'l' 1-onve-rsation. shi- uliifles vulnily in our llllCl5l and vnjoys our gxrt-:mtl-st i'vs1u-vt. Our genial wishus go with ht-r, and may good luck follow as liberally. "Mi1,nREn" HELIIN GXVENDOLYN JAVERY "To knofw llvr is fo lofw fur." Honn- Ei,-inoniiw Fashion Show, '25g l"l'l'Slllll2l.ll Lllf'l'kll'Q' So- i-il-ty, '25g Stumlont Counvil, 'ZSL English Vlnli, 'illig St-i-rt-tary ltooni, '25g Vlziss Sei-iw-tary. 'ilig "Cub" Typist," '25, lll-ll-n is quit-t and l'l'Xll'lllg' hut, like all still watt-rs, shi- runs ali-vp. Shi- is an lou-ly voinliinaition of In-nuiy und hi':iins4 lO2'l'lllK'I' with nt-atnoss, stutliousnt-ss, 1'1'it-lnllint-ss, and will- ingnvss to jOlll anything that's going on. This makes ht-1' ono of the most lovulvlu inciiihers of the Class of YS. nCU,l.1Eu -sl 1 ' 5 dl 'Q' ARTHUR BARBER, JR. , Q '- ' 11' "If'ill1 malivr Iofwards nonr, fwitlz clmrily for all." Hi-Y Club, '27, 'ESQ Cub Bziskvtlvull Tvzun, VIZSQ Assistant lilzumger Bust-lvzill Team, '2S. "lil-fl" has only lice-n with us rluring our si-nior yvur, but his in-i'Sonality has nizidm- l'Yt'l'XlJlll,' his fria-ntl. Ho is quiti- il si-liolar, and gt-mm-try is his l-2lYUl'ltK? dish. "lit-il" possi-ssl-s plonty of huniilr. and ho doeisn't niinrl taking: a jokv. Twonty- eight soon It-arnucl that hu could he dt-pcmlml upon in any undvrtaliing. 3 " R E D " I 3 I 3 .'--:i'q ' i Yr: . 15' '., 1 , ',.?g4fAS!go:va?,q.- 3,sgc'.x,?,T' k!,fg,A1fslf'- " 1 . Eng A9855 " .egos I I gvgt. -. ixfbi , ,5',:1ez,- . . . 1 w H10 ' The Cuh, Nineteen Wenty-eight l 1 , , , , , Ina i 4I :ll 1 UA 5 I lsV!'xl.u A., 'al J I-sq, - f..- ..-if 3. 'L.,.:-f..:-e- -' ,t -fi l gn X 1 ' t i' , f 4 Gi 3 X ell' ' n J 'fuk' . ,H as ".' .' 4 l 'ao , X "ng ,N .,a,, 5 5, u 4 - - ' --. 'r .1- ' lun- 1 1e:,,S:',k - .CQ -1 I -dihjf 44: ili- Q 2 SCI1iO1' Class CHRISTOPHER SYLVANUS BARKER, JR. "Bw not loo z1'alozzJ,' modwralionlv but in all things." Football, '27, '28, lfrt-shman Litm-rary Sm-iety, '25, St-ieiivo Vlulv, '26, '27, '28, Thi- Forum, '27, Dramatic Club, '28, Glen- Vlub, '28, Pytliagivroan l"ub, '28, Athletic Association, '26, '27, '28, Boys' Club, '28, Svvretary Hi-Y, '27, Hi-Y t'lub, '2X, Oldvr Boys' f'Olll'Cl"'lll'l', '27, '28, "Tho Charm St-liool," '28, Cub Football. '24, '25. Chris is one of tht- most dvpe-ndable boys in our rlass. He always fbonsidt-rs an act bcfrmt: he unclertakt-s it, and this usually nie-ans a satisiar-tory ULlif'Ollll'. Hs- always is rvady to ht-11 a friend or tlri a favor for anyunf-, and his aid is always apprt-viatf-cl. A good sport, ht- lilu-s a good time- with eitht-r girls fn' boys. and ln- always we-ars a grin. Uhris showvd proinisv of a good football player at tliv bvgllllllllg of his junior yt-ar, but this yvar he unfortunatvly had to abandon football and tht- tm-am missed him. XVln--rt-rvx' tlie-rv arv wfim-n you will usually find Vhris, and if ht- is not in the immi-dialv yivinity ln- is on tho way. His lricnds are not lilcvly to furgttf 7. U CHRIS AILEEN BEARD "gl frm' frirnd and alfwayx 5infrr1'." .4 237 Hllint- Evonoinif-s lfashirin Show, '25, Stud nt Viuvn-il, '26, .ag English Vluli, '25, '20, Junior t'arnival, '27, English Club, '26, '27, liramatir Club, '27, '2S. ML A' V V , If you sow 3 quit-t-littlv girl handing out tht-mc pant-r and 'V ' il1'iIllllL.L' t-rt-i'yliody in trouble, you'll lcnow it's Ailt-t-n. She is U A f always studying, and hir gradvs show tht- rt-Sult ol' it. Not Q, "' om- for publivity nm' buastlulntss, xlcrt-rtlwluss, ht-r worth has 1 4f,y1' f' be-on iw-1-ogiiizwl by hvr vlassmatvs. The high suhoul has V ' bq-inhllf-tl by hor prism-in-ta and she has played ht-r part well. I iff' nAII,IEliN" f , ' JAMES EDVVARD BELL , "Tl11'y say ilu- good dn' young, lzofw zn flu' 'world dlfl I gg .us , , 'sup byfn -L-.fjis l,itt-rary Soviety, '25, Studvnt Vounvil, '26, Ori-livstra, '26, '27, '28, Gleu Club, '28, fi -." ' Jimmit- is one ol' tht- be-st all-round boys in our vlass. I-ids V e f ',1' all riglit when it t'Ullll'S to lessons, yt-t he 1-an always rind 'vV:,' timv to talue part in tht- nume-runs svnior esr-apadvs. Jimmy ,,A,v. , is ont- saxophone nlayt-r whom nobody wants to assassinate. 5' """ ' 't-ausv ln- knows just how to gvt a tim-lc of his favorite- mu- sical instrumm-nt, and he-'s right tln-ru when it l'Ulllt'S to wise t-ra:-ks in thv midst of a vlass. Jimmy hasn't vw-r b-:un mu:-h on XVOllll'll, but then- are vt-rtain rumors ol' a girl avruss tha- rivtr. l--lurt-'s lioping you are sul-vessjul, Jamt-s, old dear. HJIMMIEU . , . ELSIE BLALOCK 5, "For nalurr mcnlz' lzrr fwllal slu' 15, and lwfvrr :nada ' - i a1zolln'r." " ' Fashion Show, '23, l,itt-rary Son-it-ty, '25, Athla-tit' Assm-iation, ""'f9" -zu, '27, '25, iciiqiisii Club, ms, '27, on-iwsmt. '25, '26, '27, '28, Marshal, '27: Junior l'arnix'al, '27, Uhivf Nlilllklgfl' Q, ' "Bruin," '28, Managvr Baskvtball Tm-am, '28, "Jazz and ' 2 I , 1 '55 , Minutltj' '28, Cheer Leader. '27, '28, x i A Elsit- is ont- of tht- most popular girls in New Be-rn. Shv is i ' A, W"' always wblitonwl fm- hm- 1,7-auty and winning pt-rsnnality find 0 W, a plat-u in 1-yvry ht-art. She has talu-n part in many avtixi- ' ,7 tit-s, and all shi- has t-ntt-rt-cl have fvlt the in1,lu4-tion -of-ln-r lywqt-iiwg, Slit- is a Svniur Rn-d Cross l,il't-- Sayt-r and a violinist Y ' of no me-an ability. Sha' will always bt- runn-inliorcfl tor her " ' ' winning smilt- and l'lll'l.'l'l'LllllPSS. llvr "ht-art" INIOIILJJS to the Y "laundry man's sun," but haye- hop'-s, boys, tor she may vliangt- hor mind. A'flne- all-round girl is "EI,s1E" 14 . , . '- --,wg -,S .wav l'Qv -. 1 1 ,- V-!iU.x9?:yTqJ52exq.f y e - , "5 'D xi . . x- I 1. : ip-- . . 1 Q Q V f-mfsli-.lf-wx f 'if-23. ' 1 l. ml I fw f wa! ' wsir sbrg--j gwylrg. ' ll Cub, Nineteen Twenty-eight X T e I5 I, . 7 1 -I ggf I A . "' 23 . 5959451 AJ 1 ' . , I1 lil "lli.l' nlailily and .vlnlplillly url' only wxl'l'l'lll'll by his l1ol1l'5ly." 3 S Stlllll-llt lwlulll-il, '25g Sl-il-lllw l'lull, '20, EIN, i ll' yflll :ll'l' lllllliillg' ful' :Ill :lll-Vllllllll lilly, lll'l'l' lll' iS. Sll':lll:'llI- l'ol'w:ll'll, lllllll-st, :lvl-lllllllllllllllills, Ill1lI'4lllLZlllj' llllil-ivlll, :l gl slzlllllllll zlllll Sllll'l'l'l' ll'lt'llll IS lll-. Ill- lllvl-s lllS plwllllcs :lull lllisl-llil-xlllls lllzlys---:l gllllll spurt ill l'Y1'l'X way. Nlll lull lUlXY1ll'll :lllll llllt tml shy, allways 1lQ.fl'l'l'HlPll' :lllll tl'llstwul'tlly, lll- is .l lilly llllll will will llllllllliltlflll ill Zllly wzllk lil' lil'l-. "Youll lllfZ.L'Il"VI fm! l1l'r lrul' and juli, a girl fwllorn all lllt-l':ll'y Slll'll'ly, '253 llolllll' V4-l'tifil':lte', '25, '26, "Tp Stzltl- lllll you illlllgilll- llll- Class llli '28 witlluui Mary? Slll'l'lj' lllll. Slll- is :l rl-al l'l'il-llll ill ull, Elllfl llzls lllwlvl-ll lll'l'St'll, lllll- lll Ill- lll-pl NW- :lrv ,la xlll- gulls llll'OllLfll life. Sllllll-llt 1'Ol1lll'll, 'ZTQ Vil-l--Prllsilll-llt llolllll, '2', TX: llllllll' XX'llat ll lll-light it is tu tzlwlilll .Ill's write--lip! Yllu ll2lX'1' sll X llllll' 6I'1lOI' Class Cl'l.lRl,l?S Hlfzlzlallll Blwll "CllAkl.lE" RI.-XRY Bowl fwill lofvr and lru.vI." Billlllgy l'olltl-st. -lllll-d uw-ll, Bl-silll-S, ill :lll lll-l' slullills slll- is llll A-l l.:il'l, alll llopl- Illtl flltUl'U vlllss will llllvl- lll1lll5' lilill lll-l'. XYl- Slll'l' tllllt Sllf'l'l'SS zlllll lllillly 2lllIllll't'l'S will vllllll- ill lll-l' "slcsE'l's" -losl2l'HlNl3 IDEL Blzlxsllx "Smill' and tllr fworld :milfs fwilll you." S.. i EK'flll1llllll' I?2lSlllUll Show, '25g Jllllllll' 4'al'llil':ll, '27, i , ' ll to Slly :lllnut her. The llllly Cllllll-fl'l' is tllalt l-lllllllgll ' llzlllllllt Ill- szlill ill sul-ll 21 slllzlll spzll-l-. ll' yllu llll llllt l'l-l-l sllllil-il-lltly llllliglltlllllld Hl4tl'l' l'l-allillg this. you l-ull l'l'l.l'l' tn lll-l' list Ill' llllllUl'S and fllrlll il lblilllj' lhilll' vstilllzltl- lil' wllzlt Slll' illlif tllls, l-alll ll'-l'l'lll'lll lllrlrl- XYUllllt'l'S tllzlll :lllgl-ls on-l' vllulll, Slll- N has lllvillll to lll-l' Sf'll00l and to lllll- vlzlss. Slll- is llllt alll ' l-lr fjust Il gllllll illflul-llvll, wllil-ll llll fllilllil, ill ll lll:ll-l- likl- I ls gllllll, llll-l'4lllllFl, Sllllllft' Oll tlll- lll-zll, llllll tl'ul- lllul- lllI'1ylll.Ll1 zlllll tlll'IlLlg'll. XX'll:lt IIIOIW' l-all Ill- Silill? llklal ll2lS ll:-ell :l ml-llllll-r ul' our l-lass llllly ulllf yl-:ll', llul wl- zlll lovl- lll-l' Ill-vllllse wl- l'l-l-l likl- slll- is llllv lil' us. Slll- is unl- lli tlll- IIIUST lllyzll llll1lllllPI'S lll' tllll Sl-llilll' Vlzlss, llllll X0ll'll :llxluys lillll lll-l' tl-ull zlllll just. :l l'l'il-llll Xl'll0lll alll will lllll- ullll lure. Hum.. 17:7 OKLA VlRGINI,'X HRoL'GHTllN 'Rffzlfngr and malifz' lla-'uf no jllafr in llfr Inari." 'VL trust. XXX' ull lllwlpllllsy for lll'l' il lll'l!llt zlllll llilllllj' fll- HOKL.-X" 'S V il "V:-'Inu'-nm! M- . Q- -x 1 1 flW'i?f' ,lS?S lui - .,,.c'q9!3',vq:g-.1.nxg1v- If in 8 A .V 9 rl -'few I I Bti" v. y :PI N Glnnhq - l , l 'X The Cub, Nineteen Twenty-elglxt , . X , . , ., 1, I! I rd: 'ii 1EL.'Q'x . x :J lggl A., , Lal: w I--'Q-ml., i"f'-f:i5:s1:.o' Wfiff-Hg' 1 -..ilsSPf"- - mu ' 'XJ' ' CI1i01' Class ISARELLE BRYAN ".-I mrrry lnvzrf malerffz ll fllffffrlll rounI1'nanff." Baslcvtlvall, '28, llramatif- Vlulv, '28, "l'liai'm Svlirmlf' ES. vw. XYl1u's thi- 1111-tty girl that 1-amv into our Svnioi' Vlass and stall- t'Yt'I'ylllli"S lil-art? You sw- hi-1' on thi- lmaslivtlrall 1-ourt W' and sliv is always in thi- gamv. Shi- is always tlle-rv in liei stunlii-s. Yau haw- gui-ssl-il now, 'vausv it is our .,J N937 Missy" NIARGARET ELIZABETH CANNON "ls JM' not mon' fflllll jfaini powls fanfy "LU!ll'll flll'-'V 10"I.N'.?H ing ran rxprrss, or yonfhful Atlllvtiv Assuvizitiull, '25, '26, '27, '28, Lite-rziry Smliviy, '25, l'i'i-sim-ii! Fi:-nvli Vlulv, 'illig Glen- Vluh, '26, Basin-thall, '20, Assistant llflailaum' "l'ub," 'ZNQ lASSl5t21llt Maiizigvi' "Bruin," '2S. lVIai'g.g'a1'a-t. our most popular girl, vfirtainly llvse-iww-S tlw lioiior. Sllvlllilllg' ul' qi-litli-im-ii? Ye-s, sliv is right tin-rv-A 0l1l'4'll2ll1l1bl0'l li:-'irt I-iw' Ver ' . . - -a X '. bln- has a 1l1kll.2'llPll4' pe-rsouality, and a lN'llL'I' spurt 1-uuld nut ln- fuuml. llvrs-'s to "MA'RE'1"' EDNA LoL'1sE CARPENTER "Norm krzoiw hm' but In lnfw lzfr. Ilafur I not ,mid rlzouglz? I,1ti-rary Sm-ii-ty, '25, Stumlvnt Voiim-il, '25, '26, '27, English Club, '20, History Vlulv, '2Tg Glefv Vlub 'UQ rl Edna, Ivy lil-I' att1'zi1't"- f in 'uid ple-rising pi-rSunality, has won many l'l'lt'llllS. Slim- is full ui' In-lm and always has a viii-Q-i't'Lil smile-. It vannut la- said that -sho is "pre-ity but dumb," for wlii-I1 il wma:-x lu SC'lllllZlSll1' work Shi- always linuws ll little hit nmi's- uf tlw sulrji-vt than aliymiu E-lsc. "EnNA" RIILDRED ELIZABETH CHADXVICK "Bai, drink, and br mfrry, for inmorrofw 'ICI' may dir." llite-Vary Suwivty, '25, Vi:-1--Piw-silli-iit lf'rs-nvh Vluli, '27, Eng- lish Club, '21ig llistury Club, '28, Thal lilllp lvrum-ttv with thv lviz.: lwlui- 1-yi'-S is our Milmlrs-d. Ill'l' ymlalmulary is 4-nornious, and slim- is always talking. Mil- llrm-cl iv '1 9llllllllLI li-'lit in I tin - . , , ,, ,a , and tha- vliaur-us are She 'X 4-uulcl iuyulvn- Cai-sax' himsvll' lll a thrilling.: colin-rsalimi. ' Q f Shu has ss-yi-ral nil-llals fur livr piano playing. Hvr alulity In "ir1'ilalf- thy- iynriu-s" is rc'1-ogilizf-41 hy vveryonv. Mildrvcl N , is 1-asy on thi- 1-ye-s, and sllv has bf-4-ii au atiravtive and use- -iy . ful aflclitir,m to our class. 'KMYRIDU 16 u 0 w nfl V 'Z 7 1"'!' 0401.5 1, a YWQQ' ' Y I ' I v -we - E aggt I fu.. -, . -.--,- . 4 : Q -. 'I 7 mo" 1 -- - --- v- --- yy' " ::"'E'1Z " ' 4: 2 fr- ' In ue. ' 'ax-'IW - .N .a: - .' '-., - 5. 0 . x, ,vm , . . ' The Cub, Nineteen wenty-eight .V 1, evo, 4 1' Q - 'M AH. ' -4-vf. Q, I' "' '-'1' 1 if 5- : Ana 1 -4 u , ' iqah Ni' . . .-7: 3 ag.. -in-T A mm.,-1 :tu . ' 1 "Ik 1 o 1 i I 'Inq 5:1 s-1 ' N., so Q is N v A .ll v an . . l ig. il tsl B 1 ll SCIIIOI' C1855 lV11.1,1,1M D.11'G111s11Ti' "l'-11 trll '1'l'. 'I'llIl.i'r' I-I 5lulh'r." ! 3 Q Vllli Iiwlblilllilll, 'Zig l"uullr21ll, '26, '27, 'YSQ Rust-lnzill ,'2Tg Yin-A ' 'Q l'1w-sith-111 lNI1111m:1':1111 4'l11l1, 'ZNQ 1-2l111h-111 1'f1u111-il, '23. l , . llc-rv is ilu- vlziss' Vhifllllllillll silt-111-v lm-:1lc1'1' :ind ht-211't h1'1-:1lc- ,,,,, 111: Thx- tirst t21kt-s pl211-2- ill 1'xl't'llI'll vlass, 111111 th1- sf-1-0111! - uh, 1-x'111'y1xl11-1'v! NNW uI'11-11 XVUIllil'I' il' ht- 1lu1fs11't sit up hull' tht- night 1'1-211li11: "t'nll1-1:1- lllllllfllju hut illl'!l XVht'll wt- ltmlt f :ut him wo vl12111::'u nur 111i111ls, for 1-v1-1'ym11- 1-2111 sw- 111:11 lit- is 0111- 111-1'su11 whn 1:1-ls tht- l'l'llUil'l'll 21111011111 ul' Hlll'Illlty slt-1-11." Thi- Claws ol' 'ZX w1n11't fnrgrt-t T "ci-UNK" KIARGARET COLVIN ".-Ill ilu' fworld is a rirfus, so 'why not 111' ll nzolzkryf' Sllllivllt fY'0llllt'il, '21ig Junior t'211'11ix'21l: Sviviivt- Vluh, '28, I1 you em- 21 tw-1121111 Ill'lll'll'IfP with us I1l2lllV l1'11-mls 21s 1 nioiiktly 11215 111-us, you will klmw shi- is M211',1f:11'1-t. Shu RLIXVZIXS doing ht-1' sl1211'1- ill sc-lioul 211-iivitics, :111d still rims timm- to win popularity 1-rmtt-sts 211111 lie-'11 g'4'llfit'Illl'll 1'1'i1-1111i 21w21lu- 21t night. "Mo11l:1-y" 4-2111 lat- 111-pvlitlvtl Llptbll Zlt 21ll I 111111-N, 211111 11-1-dh-Ss to say, h1'1- I'0llKHl4'iUUS lilllplh will li11'1-1' ill tht- Illl'lllUI'X of wld '1'w1-11ty-1-ig.rl1t. HMONKEYH RIINNIE E1.1zA11ET11 IJAIL . , Hts "limi goods mmf' H1 small f1t1fkl1!1l'5.' XVho? Oh. "Lib" Ilklil, f-v1'tai11ly. Slit-'S 01111 of our most tal- 2-nte-tl 211111 21tt1':11'tix'1- girls. XYe all love ht-1', 'c-21us2- slit- has 1 most a1t1'211-tive pe-1'so1121lity. Shefs smart. too, 211111 always 1'1f211ly to hi-lp othvrs. XV? all prophesy Z1 SUI'f't'SSlxlll lllLlSl4 1'2ll'l't'l' fur "Lili," fm' eu-11 now she 1-2111 play llllylhillif jazz, 1-l21ssi1-211, or what will you l121x'vl XVl1:1tev--1' you tluwinll- io ilu, "Lili," ht-I 1' "1.111" NELL112 CHADXVICK "Frin1dJl1ip fonsisfs in bring a frirnd, not in lzafving a frz1'11d." Nellie is 11 girl whom we all 2lilllliI'4'. To know he-1' is to lu hor. Sho is 11111111-st, si11c'1-111, Zlllll gnml Ililtlllwllfll girl 11111111 whom all 1-1111 1l1-p1'11d. She 111:1k1s 1:01111 HI'2lfll'S 111 1ll l111 Studirs. XY63 likt- you, N1-lliu, 211111 you h211'1- 11121d1- Illllllj fricntls ill N. B. H. S. "NE1.1," I 17 l 1 N7':"JQQ'1ixQ D' . 12' 'R ' '1l','lff'gQ0gugjv'1.' - -fnybgqgg-rkKQ.,1u'fY'N 0' ff!" fvb' f' 1 ' ' 'Q-af ' - -Ggx, I I png.. '1 ' w ' - gtnlul' - - , . ib 11 Cub Nineteen Wenty-eight vm L Al-g my 'Q ,-vigil: Info' 1 :A A. '. i I WV' "'-' i- A 5 'ht - . lf, ,Srl U T e , 'S 'o' K"' 'vf"4'7 .D ff. . q I , - ,x',u I 'J ', S L Q, E03 L ,.,s,.Q,'g 4501155 gi, 2. ' k ' 411 1.lg.:4.. Q-l4.f.llQ ' 1'.s-.,.nDI - Anna? 3,1 I I mu ' A gf ' A ' . Ag e1'1iO1' Class CAROLINE HUNTER DAVIS "Sim founts herself in nollzing also so happy as in rrmmrz- bwrzng hor good fl'll'7Zd5.U Literary Sof-it-ty, '25, English f'lub, '25, History Club, '26, Junior I'ai-niyal, '27, SI-eretary History Vlub, '27, Vi0e-PI'esi- dent Student Couneil, '28, Basketball, '28. Faroline has been with us all through our sc-hool f'3I'0Ql' and we have not found a truer friend nor a better sport than "'1'winnie." S-he is smart in sehool and always ready to share her kiiowledge with others. She has a sweet and friendly disposition, and will always find a warm place in the hearts of many friends. rr, , . u VWILNIE FRANCES ALLEN DAVIS "fl friend in nord is a frifnd il1dI'I'd.H Literary Soeiety, '25, English Club, '25, '26, History Club, '26, '27, lrrainarie Vlnb, '28, Junior Uarniyal, '27, Basketball, '28, Xvhilfll one? Uh, that's Franees. She is one of our most de- pendable Lfirls find a real sport. t,'heer1'ul, good-natured, and -ntrous, are only a few oi' the adjeetives that deseribe "Twinn1e." She has won a plaee in the htarts ol' her elass- xnates that will lie hard to Fill, and many are the friends who wish her 511011-SS, HTWINNIEU HLIBERT HANKS ELLISON "If fworry fwrrf ilu' only muse of dfflfll, Mon 'LU01l.,d I li-'uf' forrfvrrf' Literary Soeiety, '25, Pub Football, '25, Varsity Football, '26, '27, Captain, '28, Varsity Baseball, '26, '27, '28, Monogram Vlub, '27, '28, Aihletie Association, '25, '26, '28, SI-ienee Club, '26, Eiiglisli Vlub, '27, '28, Hi-Y Club, '27, '28, Brother f'.InIniittee, '28, "Adyert:sing' For a Husband," '27, "The Ro- H1i'lI'lt'01'S,H '27, Room President, '28, Hubert is one of the outstanding athletes of our f-lass. As eaptain ul' our football team this year his playing has been outstanding, and his work on the mound, in baseball, deserves ninntion. "Bird" always has a smile on his fat-e, and his Wise eraelcs have smoothed our pathway. He is a demon on the athletie field, but is also a parlor sheik on the sofa. Our elass will remember him as one of its most popular Inelnb.-rs. UBIRD', CEEORGE REID FULLER "Do Ihr lzrst you fan and lffaqfr tllr rrsults fwiih fiI!Il'.H Literary Soi-iety, '2-1, '25, Seienee Ulub, '26, '28, English Vlub, '27, Boys' Club, '27, Hi-Y Club, '27, '28, Pythagorean 4'lub, '27, 'l'reasurer 9-A, Treasurer Senior Flass, President 16-A3 Student Counr-il, '27, Judicial Fuziiniittee, '27, '28, Reid is one ot' the most popular boys in our class. He is a hound when it eomes to working geonietry problems, and his eonduet is above reproaf-h. Reid has held numerous oific-es during his high sz-hool eareer, and is treasurer of the Senior 1'lass. He isn't the least bit eoncerned about the opposite sex, but some i'emalo may sue:-I-ed in nabbing him for her better halI'. XYe will remember Reid as a good student and a real p l HREIDU I8 , ' 7 -:0:,l Q1 951 l- 1"5,zQ'33-' '- f , AnO:?ff Jeqxyayyny ' 'issggbgpqyx QQ' Run' l K l , ' I 'U . - ' 4 ' - E' ' 1, Q - 1:5 O . . I ,UQ 1 QD, ff mellilh-'Q '- 'r l 'EU' ll '- he Cub Nineteen Twenty-eight Q-I I ' I 1 . I ' "If . A .-go,-1:2 , s n 1 , Us 1 . .,,..,,.Jp , i 7. - L , .'-5 . 'Q -r -'-'l"" Ev- . ...,-- . -6 . T , 1.1- ...-.. ...l 5 I 1 1 I K 1 ' wo' , 'L 1,.Q.?1i t, K wav, 1 I ju . 1 , nz, -. 0. 4 Ns , ns s 1 . ' ...3..,,, 0 --f:.J' 1 isis..-: Img. ..- lllll ' CI1lO1' Class ,IUHN -lOSlil'H G,-xsi4ii.l, ' "lf'lm said llfllll'fI'5 fwrrr alllllllifu Urvlln-stl':i, '22, '23, '2l, '25, '20, '27, lgllllll. '22, '2ZI, Stiuli-nl l'l7lllll'll, '25, l'ri-sinh-nt Stuill-nt Vuun--il, '27, Vulv ifuillmll, '23, Varsity lf'uuth:1ll, '26, '27, Varsity linsn-lmll, '26, Vziplziiii liaise-hull, '27, Varsity llnslu-tlmll, '27, Valptziill lizisli--tlmll, '28, l'r1-siti--nt S1-in-in-v t'lul+, '27, '2S, lifmm I'r--sifh-nt, '27, '28, l,l'4'Slill'lli Mu1iu1.:ruin Vluh, '2X, l'ri-sich-nt Ili-Y Vlulw, '27, '2N, xvllvll Juhnniv Gnskill is nn-ntiont-li mu- llZlll1l'illlX lliinlcs ul aitliln-tif-s. lla- has si-rw-tl wi-ll :ls 1-:iptuin ul' tlu- luis:-Imll tl-nm ut' Inst y--nur, :xml this y1-:ir's lmslu-tlvzill tw-um. R -side-s thi-sv lionurs, hm- has In-on il lust hui-lilii-lil man in lkmtlvzill. lin x'- e-x'.-r, .l-ihnni4- is not only an 1ltl1ll'i1'. lit- is ri-1-uunim-sl Ihr his th-pl-mlnlyility, pt-rswmulity, :mel humor, :mel ht- has In-7--i ll worthy l'l1LSSlll1lil' in thi- sa-linul re-uni :is wa-ll :is un th- :ilhlt-tiv lit-ld. Good lurk, Juhnnii-I "j0iixNna" ROSA LEE GR.-XNTH.XNI "IlIr11! M1-nf Ilofw I adam' fllf'lII.,H Literally Sovii-ty, '2-l, '25, '26, '27, Glu-H Vlulv, '2n, '26, lirai- mutic Club, '27, '28, Ilosa In-v is uno l'l2'SSlllZlfL' whom we 1'nul1ln't ilu willmut. Shu- he-liis in :ill svhllol artivitil-s, zxnil hi-r witty rvmzirks haivt- ln'igl1tcm-tl many ai dull llily. Xvllvll it mann-s tu slung 1-xprmssimis, llusn Lu- is easily thv winnu-r uf tht- immi- imiziti-al tuothpivli, MQ-n nrt- what li'-1' soul vinyl-s, :intl shi- dot'sn't fail to gt-t tht-rn, t-ithi-r, XVQ IR-4-1 sun- that 1-yt-n tlmuglm skit-s may soinr-tixnvs lu- 1-luudy, tlu-rv will always In-- plt-nty ol' sunshint- wlwru "Hush-" is "Rosiu" AIARY IJAHN G UERRANT "For if sin' fu:ill, sin' -will, you may drpwlzd on 'I,' .-Ind lf Jin' 100117, sin' -'LL'0ll'l, and fflI'fl'.,l' an rm! on 'f." Histury K'lul1, '27, '28, Pri-simli-nt Give Vluh, '27, '28, ,Uh- lutic AxSSUl'l1lllOIl,"2li, '27, XX'hu is thi- must striking lrmlciilg girl in Ni-w Bs-rn? Mary! Ami lhzit's nut sill. Sin- is zu-tiyv in ull sports and zu-tixilivs. anml, nh, that N. B. H, S! NVQ-'ll m-vi-r fore'--t yuu, Maury, aunl huyu- that utln-rs will enjoy your tricmlsliip :is lI1Ul'll ns wt- hux 1-. "cRUx'r" I' - , - 2 . - XLRMIT Lb-XFAX ILTTE CJLTHRII1 "l'm Jun' mn' is an rnrnzy lo liff-." Flmilvflll. '20, '27, Basketball, '26, '27, Buss-lmll, '27, 'Qsg Se-niqr l'l:1y, "Tht- lloiiiain-1-1's," '27, Studi-nt 1'nllllf'll, '26, English Ululv, '27, Sm-it-in-v Club, '26, film- Vluh, '2g3 ly- IF. N- Il. S., '28, l"l't'Slllll2lll Lita-rary sm-it-ty, '21, K4-rinit is one of tht- lu-st alll-round Imys in N, B. li, S, l-l1- is utlllt-tic nntl clvpi-nrlahlc-, and en-ry clzunw- rimls him tht-rw-. He- has e-mln-:u'm-tl lllIllS1ll' to nil, for ln- has nnuln- thc path hriglltex' for the- Class ol' '25, Sm-wt-ss lu yuu, Ki-1-nlit, ul' dear! "KuRMrr" 19 3 M ,l , r s Af 1 P' f 1,fg,' .fp - ',, fe T- in 'Q I .1 4 ' ' '7' 'D Nfl H95 wx X QQ Nl Q, .'i i V ,IQYQ ,rx A , x " '-3357i AW: ll:.' . 7 , , N7':'3.. "i I .m' . " ', ' "'w'fff'fs"1s'av-'--- ., ,g-GIFA-.--"fx ' .1 I s,.e 'o ' - vg' . - V , '. Hx- zu: x The Cub ineteen Twenty-eight ' K A I h -5 I C' 1'6 nllq- ' 5 Qu ply" 'VS U. ' Q- FN, . n x - -,4 U i ' N-uv.: '-' -- " my Ni' 1 -.5-izhta. Q-: - 'xpll-. avtljh . .- . , A iii . 4 . lk I : x' ' . 5 ' -A ibbf.. , ' f me 9 1 - T I l ' R If , g p - yi 1 - vs 4 x -1 1 0 ' ox .rv l. -.D ' 4 is :S 'N ' n -1 n4fs I L ,Jef ' , 61'liO1' Class f" it ' X3 VVILLIAM EDWARD GWALTNEY ' 'CHI grraf mfn arf oraforsj I talk a lot my.vrlf." it sl-itfanw Club: Hi-Y, '24, 'zsg Igitemry sm-it-ty, '25, 'zmsg Alge- ig 3. bra and Hi-Y Club, '26, '27g 1-li-Y Club and History Club, WM '27, '28, ,,vV t MQW Bill is one of tha host sports in the Senior C'lass. He is 4. Q ., 0 always in for a good time and you can rest assured that he W ' will lw where the most excitement is. If he- worries, he keeps -' it a swfrt-t, 'cause hefs always grinning. Bill f-an lw de- ? R QR pended on to do his share in any projort, and we will re- ' member him as a worthy Inenilwl' of our class. 3 NBILLU CHARLES HENRY' HALL "Dorff sprala zzrzlrss you lzcwr somftlzzng to say." If our mothers were to ask who this attractive young man is, wt- rould simply say, "Oh, Shoot, ma!" Although not much ot' a ladir-s' man thy r:l1oif'1--J, he is very popular with all of his rlassniatvs, and sucfrvss is assure-il for him, for he has a brain tht- like of whivh few of us are fortunate unough to possess. qs Maura- "sHoo'r" RUTH HARIJISON "Plfnly of rwisdozn, plrnly of lrutlz, plrnty of .sunshine- tlzafs our Ruth." Math Club, '28. Ruth has only ht-en with us for one year, but it didn't take long for ht-r tu gain a plave in our he-arts. She doQsn't have muvh to say, hut there is an at-tivo brain lv:-hind those dark Q-yt-s. Ruth, our se-nior yrar has heen brighter because of you, and Twenty-uight is going to miss your smile. HRUFUSU 59 X R sl BENJAMIN HARKER "rind I oft ham' lzfard dffrndfd, 'Lilllr said is soonest n11'ndrd'." Bon is ont- of the quit-test boys in the Senior Class, but be- hind his iiiliuuwiit expre-ssion is a personality that is sprinkled with liunwr, Ht- has not attt-mptcd to he a shining light. llut l1t'X'tJI'fll4'lHSH he has done- his part in all school avtivities. Nt-itlu-1' good nor bad, but he is just the kind of fellow who nialu-s the world a lvettt-r place to livt- in. HBENU zo 1 l -7-Fiqfiigg. - omg,-v".' ' 'f-'iv0.92v- ' " lil QQUPSWS "' - ' ' ' Th C b Nineteen wenty eight If-J QI 'NIE 4 . n A Mg., " ll 1.01 ig! P ,, - - ni .Q on it ' ' . I .,- :Gifs ly . .- "":u' . . ' Ill A e u , T - . - I I S ' ' X 1, L' i' lg- I "'g ts I - J L ."v ' 4 t 55" iwiziei' fbifiigspi-e-if signs! ll CUiO1' Class PA L' LIN li RIARJORlE H Alzvm' "ll'r flll'l.'l' no limi' In .rflorl afway tln' fIlIlll'5,' all IIIIISI lu' rurnrsi in ll fZL'0l'!Ll' lzkr ours." English Vlull, '26, '27, I'yIli:igni'w1ii l'llliD, '27, '2Sg Glu- 4'lul1, '27, '2N. Tzllw ai tvusgumn ul' gmail nziturv, un uiiiim- ul' smill-s, an 1-up ol' fun, :iud gzirnish with Stll4ilUllSlll'SS in tnslv -an l'1"'1'ilPI lm' Puulim-'s llispusitilm. Shi- has ruthvr mil-4-iclwl upiliiulls. but that l"u't lllH'Sll'i lu-vp hi-r from wziiitim: tu 2ll'!4'Lll' you out nl' yuursg lwwurv! Littlv nmrv not-nl lu- sziinl, tlmugli, if-r it is trut- as :in axiom that wh:-ii you nu-vt li--r shv will sl---uli for hvrsclf. 1-'uuliuc Cllllll' to us from 'l'l-11111-ssvv iii 1926. "PAUl.lNl'I', ELBERT CIJNTON l-lifNm2RsoN "His Illigflfy -'main' -will sfway Ihr 5f'naIor5." Lite-rziry Sm-in-ty, '24, '25g History Vlulv, '26, '27, '2Sg Stu- dent Voum-il, '25, '26g Hi-Y t'lull, '27, '2P4g .Iuuruulistiv t'lul,, '27, '28: ilovlliliiutioii Vontl-st, '2Ng "'l'h1- Vhairm S1-l1ool," 'UN XVoulwlu't it he a dismal vlass without Ellu-rt? "Sl'll1li0l'H is as wisl- :is an owl, hut his foolish rl-marks wuuld a-rmx'imw- ai strange-r of tho total zxhsvm-v ul' grs-y maittn-r in his skull. "Senator" is quits- an avtrlr, liziviug lwmi om- ul' tht- shining' liqhts in our senior pluv. Flow:-ry vxprt-ssious url- not in my liho, hut it's 1-nougli tonsuy that "Svm1tor" is ai worthy vlziss- mute and Zlll abil- glwun 1-hast-r, "SENATOR" JAM ES ROBERT HILL "If'o1m'n.' If'0llII'lI., Ilofw llzvy ffiflllffll m1'."' Literary Society. '25g S:-it-tivo Vluh, '25, '26, Ili-Y Clulm, '26, '27: History Vluh, '27, '23, Jann-S justly clt-sviwvs a nik-dal for tho sf-hool's must lmshful boy. Hv is an avowwl woman-hater, and the fair slums--l :los-s not 4-xist who 4-nuld disturb his dr:-ams. Ili- nmln-s goml gradvs on his suhjec-ts, and can lm ch-lwxicle-sl nu in all svlmul undertakings. Thr- Ulass of '28 will l'l'I'llt'Il1iPL'l' him fur his wimiiug lu-rsonulity :incl volitzusgiuus laugh. . ".IIMMIEH JANET TAYLOR HlJI.I.lSTER "To namr hw' is to prai51'." Literary Soc-im-ty, '253 Sm-vrvtury Vlass, '25, Atlill-tir Assu- ciation, '25, '26, '27, '2S: Tl't'2ISUl'k'l' English l'lul., -363 Sm'- retary Frvnf-h vluh, '27, 'I'reusur4,-r Vlags, 'flag Junior pu,-- nival, '27g Sevrvtarv Uluss, '27, Baskt-tl-ull, 'ZSQ Vif-m'-Prvsidt-nt Dramatic' Club, '282 AFSiStziut Editor "l'ub." '28, Jane-t is one of the de-pviiclzihlv girls ul' our vluss, sh? img served as various orlic-vrs bel-ziusr olll '23 1-un ri-ly on ht-r, She has always hw-n ni good Sl'h0l2lI'. Shi- is Z1 gmnl lvzislu-1- hall player and an e-xww-llmit dance-r. K1-rp your ext-s on hr-r, 'cause shu'll rvavli her goal. "JANE'1"' 2I 'I P41 w l 1 Q, ' K ' 'ICQ 4' uQ , "f.!f- l . 2733- f rip 951301 ,.,- - ,. www- - . 'l o :Q - '. ' .9.sQ,' - NRIQXQOYVN gg :vu s H . ., I . . 'Z x ' 4 - N 5' acl. . . . The C in Nineteen Wenty eight 41" E 6, I s ., lx! lk. L -'I 'CJ x "X ,I. ',,,, ,:.4A,u," - X I-me t. .g "---m:.a- w-:f----'H , . ' u , ' l... ...i 1-11 -l QW .XVI K x ' , hi :. ' 5 N o-' snip, 'fb f ' '1 L ' I ,H 1 I' D- '-- . . - 4. ' . " :Q 1 . C Q oufvn ' 1. 0 A I A - 1 lg 5 X .5 p nl lu ' nhl? n I I l Hu h ' ll Nom Scif' S6I1iO1' C1855 -IOSIAH JEREMIAH H UGH ES "Hr sofws good ffllofwsllip and rraps good friondslzijnf' Varsity Football. '27, Bast-ball, '27, Basketball, '27, '2S. Although Joi- has not bt-en with us during all our high sc-hool varvvr, still wt- tind him a valued mvmbvr of the class. Frm-sh from tho vonntry eat-h morning, we find him laboring over shorthand and swcaring over typiiipg. Un tho football Gold he is little- lt-ss than a demon. xVll3.lUX'l'l' 1-art-or he chooss-s for himself, wt- art' suru he will make- a great success. Many are thv frit-nds that Wish him luck. UJOEJJ I NIARTHA TURNBULL HURST "Not too svrious, not loo gay, just a good sport in ffvory way." Litvrary So:-it-ty, '25, Prt-side-nt of 9-A-2, '26, President of 11-A, '28, Manaixt-r ol' "Cub," '28, History Club, '27, '28, Basketball, '28, English Club, '26, Junior Carnival, '27, Sonior Play, '28, Candy Stand, '28. You just r-an't find a bettt-r all-round girl than Martha. XX'itty, attraf-tirv, smart, and a good baskvtball playvr4all of those :iro grvat assets in Martha's popularity. Everybody knows he-r, and all who know her iovm- ht-r. X'Ve'rv all proud of hor, and wht-n sho lc-aves Nc-W Bt-rn High Svhool sho lt-zivvs a warm plavt- in the hearts of hor many friends. HMARTHAU SALLIE PAT IQAFER "Timo rannol fwilllfr nor fuslom slalz' hor infnilf fvariflyf' Prt-siclvnt Room, Vit-u-Pri-sidt-nt Literary Society, '27, St,-s-iw-'tzn1'y liits-rary Sovic-ty, '25, Studi-nt Counvil, '24, '25, '26, English Club, '26, Homo Ev. Fashion Show, '25, "Ojoy San," '26, Athlvtit- Assor-iation, '25, '26, Baskvthall, '26, '27, '28, "Adx'ertisi11g.: for a Husband," '28, Prosidvnt Class, '27, His- tory Club, '27, Sv:-r'otary Room, '28, Businf-ss Manager "Cub," '28, Captain Baskotball, '28, Assistant Chief Marshal, '27: "1.Prt-ani Maki-r," '27, Ilramatis' Club, '28, Junior Carnival, '27, Journalistiu Club, '28. l-lt-ru's our 1-aiitain of the bnskt-tball team, and sh0's a puavh. Shi- has bot-n an outstanding student through high school, and bvsidvs this she- takes care of ht-r sox-ial duties and is found at 1-very dancu. "KiNKi"' LUCY ELIZABETH LECEALLAIS "Tll05l' grzzfffzzl ads-tlzosf thousand tlfrfnvios that daily flofw from all lzfr L-words and arlzonsf' Stud:-nt Count-il, '25, '26, Latin Club, '26, '27, Junior Car- nival, '27, Music' Mt-dal, '25, '27, "Advertising for a Hus- band," '27, Suvrltary Room, '27, Ilramatif- Club. '28, Editor Junior Edition "Bruin," '28, Journalistit- Club, '28, Sevrutary Hooin, '25, Corrvsiionding St-1-rotary llramatit- Club, '28, "Jazz and Minus-t," '28, Editor "Cub," '28, Editor-in-Chief "Bruin," '28, Rt-wgitation-lIn-vlamation Conti-st, '27, Athletic Associa- tion. '25, '26, "Charm S4'hool," '28. XX'n- art, proud to introduce for your approval, ladivs and gon- tlt-mt-n, ons- girl with an unfailing good disposition. If that wort- ht-r only good quality it would makv her outstanding-- but that is just tht- bvginning. She is a good sport and is smart. XX't- owt- hs-r lots. "LUCY" 22 ,'---w - 4 5Yr'F "53s'-. ' :xfggftimg , vw,-v wrt- ' 'ing ff f9g,',TC-7g:QQ9.:1 rl 1- . UQ pg S a . 0 ' ,n 'ful' .,:4:9: '. ' Ig QQQ te tl .agus 1 I pity.. ', XWPT - 4tTV"l' x U ' s A The Cub, Nineteen wenty-eight i X 4 I ' 1, ' -l A.'ils can 'gsnzgiil 'J N v':'1"' --t gmt". AJ A " 'C '- l u s -' Q'vQ Q QJI,-L' 1-'ighn - I-"Qu-l.+ "'5-f 'Mind' '5 -'Sf' " . -..:lS3P9'-' nm ' S61'liO1' Class IZNIILX C11f.Nm.x I,ll,l,X "Mill fwzilrr r1111.r ll.f'1'p." linglisli Vlnlu, '2lig llistury Vluli, '20, '11 .lnninr 1':i1'- I I nivzil, '2Tp lN1:iIln'ln:iti1-s Vinh, '-l, 'LN Hi-'11-x':i is uni- nl' thi- qiiivti-st Lrirls in mn' 1-laws. Shi- rain-ly vu-1 lzillcs, lint hi-1' g:i'.ul-s slum' h-fr wurlli. XX'lwn sirniv- - lumly nl-1-mls hvlp on ,!Qt'Ullll'il'X, ni' luvlis : th-in-van always 1-Ulm-s lu thi- r--si-111: Thi- sn-ninrs will ll' lll"lllllI'l' hi-I' :is ll ill-in-ilnlalhlv girl with zi l'1'l'Ul'1l lll'5"'1l'1 W" 're prnzu-li. HGIENEVAH 1 ."6-4 1 A sd' Q ,J fiRACIE LL'Cn.1,12 MAi,i,ARn ff, "Tll1' dflziil lllllll noi, in all l1is q1zifz'fr'.v fl1oi1'1', 1111 arrnzc likr ll .1f1,c1'1'l 'Z'lllI'1'.H . , Glu- t'lnh, 'JBL Styli' Show, '253 .-Xtliln-Iiv AsQur-i:itiml, '23, 1? l'r1-sidl-nt ul' Supliunmiw- Ulziss, '26, Vii-1--I'iw-sill.-lit ul' l,1ilin ,' Vlulr, '26, Latin l'luln. '37, .Iuninr 1':1rnix':il, '27, Slllllvlll Noun:-il, '25, 283 'Pl'l'ZlSl1l'1'l' ol' Glu- Vlnh, '2S: Athln-lil' Fur- ' nivzil, YN: "'l'ln- f'lllll'Ill Svlmnlf' '2S, NVhn is this 1.1'irl'? Pri-tty? Y1-5, imlvl-d, :ind vs-ry snizirl. l , Shi- ig Uni- Ui' our nnbst lla-in-lllliililv g:il'lS, llllil shi- is HIWZIXS agp! willing' tu hi-lp utln-rs. XXX- piwipln-sy sum 1-ss :incl lots ul' it for - J 1 "GRACE" ' RIARIE VIRGINIA MCCLEESE "Tl11' girl fwlm fwins is II11' girl fzclm fworks, tln' girl fwlm mils fwhllr flu' rfsf sl1irk," l-listory Vluh, '25, '26, Studi-nl Voilnf-il, '25, '25, '2T: Fri-ne-li Vlulv, '2Tg l'ytl1:i14oi'f-mi Vluh, '28, Glu- Vluh, '27, '2x, I'rolalf-ins, In-wzn'1'! Mairii- is in-rsistl-111 :ind 1l1'twx'1i1iin-ml. Shl- is nnv nt' the SI'll2ll't4'Sf girls in our 1-lass, and 1-un iiiziinigl- all hzirel jobs. Shi-'s svhlmn lwuiwl in zi l'l'UXX'ti, but zit thi- :-nil nl' 1-ru'l1 Klllillfvl' shi- nik--S in thi- 1's :ind 2's. Shi- is nut ln-in: ll-ft Iwhinnl in thi- niusii-:il wwrld, vitln-rfaml lmw! 1 XM- lmpl- he-1' futurc will lvl- :is sum-i-ssl'ul :is lim- high si-lmnl lil' e has hm-n. "MARIE" josnvn G."XSKII.l. RICIDANIIEL "Nom, but l1i1115rlf fan lu' his 13lI!'lllll'l..' Litvl':il'y Suvis-ty, '25g S4-iviif-v Vluln, 'lllig lli-Y, '26, 'ZTQ Ilvvvl- 1-rs, '26, '27, 'LIS3 Junior Vziriiivzil, '27, '1':ii'l1-fi-l Minslri-l. 'ZTQ Uld Grmsl-lu-rry, '27, Athll-ti-' Minstrel, '28, Malwr of In-1-ziins, '28, A'T114' 4'll2ll'lIl S1-hom," '28, "Bruin," 'ETL "Full" Eslitur, 'P 7 3 J I 'L.Sg Buys' Vlulv. 'LTQ xvil'A'-l'l'1"SiflUHt English 1'lul-, 'L73 lrvsi- ilent Juurnzilisiif- Vlull, '25, lrrziinutii- Vlull, '28, Gllw Nlull, '2Sg Big.: Brotln-r, 'ZNQ uldi-V Buys' Vinifs-ri-11c'1-, '20, '27, 'ZZS1 Mzarslial. '27, Editor-in-1'him-I' Jlllliill' Eilitinn ol' "Bruin," '27, XYurds fail onl- in iit'Sf'l'ilIlllJ.f Jul-, fin' who 1-:in clvsw1'il,c- ii pm-t? llis puviiis zilmn- ilistingruish him, hut :nhl to ihis pllisoliality. a voim- like Gvni- Austin, ill-pviirlzilvility, zinll wil, :ind yf1u'll unilorstziiicl why .Inv is un unlstalnullng nn-inlwr ul' thv Class of '28, XY:-'ll all miss nur gui-ss il' his pivtlnw- doesn't uflnrn the Hull of lfznm- soinl- clziy. UJOE1, 23 SK Qs 0 , gate. '.,,vy x "" R A '-ve: , I ,. a 1 1A.l .'g-Snug'-95' .m:' D33 '.. 11p.5?f Jggynapvg- ' 'Q-uqbgpgl T !-, n ' -. ' I , "nf ' . , 1 'K : T ln, ' C b Nmeteen Wenty elght I I ' : Q- 'fb al 1 . - - --all ll. ' x 1 - -- -1,4 f 1-41 P ' , r- - -' lv- , iqmwh .,,- I ning. ,tries .Ra A mf-1 , 1 t- is 1 ' 4 ' -- - I0 ' 1' 4, lll - The u , ' - . . .. 1, I , I cg: EE fix", s-wwf" -n ' I fl MSL-yay? Q I :ov L , A -0 4 my . '- ' ,G ll l 6I'llO1' Class RIARY IQATHLEEN RICSORLEY ".l smilr for nll, a ffI'l'1'flllg glad, a lofvablf, jolly fway :lm had." Athlt-tit- Assot-lation, '26, '27, '28, Vint--Prt-sitlt-nt Room, '25, ' Stutlt-nt t'Ount-il, '26, '27, '28, St-t-rt-tary Room, '27, History t'lub, '27, '28, Baskt-tball, '27, '2X. Laughing, jt-sting' t-vt-ry clay as if troublt- will nt-vt-r I-omte. X lt' yOu'rt- ltmltiiig I'Or a gotitl spurt and frit-nd, tht-n Mary IS 1 tht- Ont- tt, ask fur. Sht- is ,nrt-tty antl attrat-tivt-. and yOu have- Only tO know ht-I' ttm lOx't- ht-r. She- has livt-tl up to the lVIt-Surlt-y rt-putatmni in rt-garti to baslit-tball, and is one Of Our bt-st torwartls. . "MACK" S H,ARClI,IJ NIILLER "ll'o1111'n.l lI'omrn! Ilo-w flzfy tlfrzll Il11'.,U Stutlt-nt Vtiunt-il, '26, lit-vlamatiun Ctvntt-st, '27, St-it-noe l'lllll, '25, '26, "Atlvt-rtisiiig' tor a Husband," '27, "St-vt-ntt-t-Ii," '27, I-li-Y, '27, fll'l'lll'Sll'kl, '26, '27, '28, Junior t'arnival, '27, Athletit- Asstit-iation Minslrt-l, '28, "A Pair Ot' Lunatit-s," '28, Hi-Y l'0llI:t'l'l'lll't', '27, Ilramatit- t'lub, '28, "The Cons In- spt-t,-t," '28, llaroltl is Ont- Ol' tht- she-iles of our illustrious rlass. 1-lt-'s always ready fur a g:OOtl time-, yt-t he finds time- tO dt-vote tts his studit-s. It svt-ms that gt-Omt-try is his stumbling- blot-lt, but ht-'ll t-vt-n lt-:Ip Ovt-I' that. Old '28 wOultln't st-t-m right if tht- Flying lhutt-hman wt-re abst-nt from its rooms with his inrtssant t-liattt-r and humor. HIJUTCIIMANU , ROSA DAIL NELSON 5 "II'l11'11t'r is 1'l1 lrzirninr? Ilaill M foil o'fr books fon- mf' 1 9 . ' ' ' U , 3: if Iunzmz' flu' nzztlnzglit ozl? t,- 'VJ , " Atlilvtit- Assut-ialinn, '24, '28, Latin Club, '25, Rt-t'itatiOn Con- , tt-st, '26, '27, Vit-t--Prt-sitlt-nt Latin Club, '27, Revitation t Mt-dal, '27, Latin 4'lub, '27, llramatit- t'lub, '28, Critit- of l liramatit' Ulub, '28, .Junior Varnival, '27, Math Club, '28, 1 "t'harm St'hoOl." '28. Rosa is a trut- I'rit-ntl and Ont- worth having. Sha- is ont- Of tht- smartt-st girls in tht- St-niur Class, as we-ll as ont- of the must tlt-,It-Iidablt-. Sht- is a notetl e-lot-utionist, antl we all list.-II with dtliqht wht-n sht- gt-ts up to rt-t-ite t'Or us. Rosa. is a vapablt-, willing, and attrautivt- girl, and ht-r good naturt- and l'rit-ntllint-s:: have won for he-r a warm plat-0 in tht- ht-arts Ot' ht-r -many t'rit-ntls, "ROSA" V ELIZABETH PJICHOLLS NUNN "In youflz and lwauty, -'wisdom is but ruff." Lite-rary Sovit-ty, '25, Athletit- Assoviation, '25, '26, '27, '28, ,WY 'l'ht- lf'OI'um, '26, History t'lub, '27, Prt-sitlt-nt Room, '27, Mar- shal, '27, Junior l'arnix'al, '27, Vivt--President Class, '28, Q3 Etlittrr-iii-1'hit-t' "Cub," '28, Elizabt-th iSn't an 0litOIIll'tl'lSt'S daughtt-r, but slit-'s easy on tht- t-yt-s. Ht-I' bt-auty is a delightful E-ltemt-nt of ht-I' pvrson- ality, but sht- is nut--tl fOr Other things as wt-ll. Slit- is t-tli- ttn' OI' Our annual, Jlllll t-an draw as well as sht- I-an write-. "Lib" has ht-ld many vlass Otlit-t-S, for sht-'s known for ht-I' tlt-pt-ndability. Sht- will be rt-mt-mbert-tl as a ht-art-brt-akt-r, and TXX't'lllj'-ElQ.2'llI will wait curiously for tht- arrival OI' ht-r "I.ut'l:y Man." "LIB" 2-1- t-.1 - qu -1 ,5 , M 9 If 7 Y " ""f!Ea9"- " '18-rs ' g' " J ,'--t ' ' Q ' - 7 3 '-. I ' Jgqxgoajwq' ' 'f'lUQX?9T Q: fu" ' Q ' 4, ' l,:' . , ' T-, 4. , ' ' . , . . 'X The C B Nineteen Twenty eight U' Q q . . f Us GN .vgasw -, f' .. -- -. ,. ' ' 41.62 J L "'--" -Fi' 'i .- - 'edu' .X 01' H ' " " , - I -0D:.- 'u It J' 1 s u ' 7 3 5 5 I iQue az- h B f , -. :Ml ' Sv . .mp-N" . eiiiu fi S6I1iO1' Class ICLSI is RIT-xv PARK ISR "1l'l1y mhz' lift- sfriozzxly? You'll lll"UI'f yr! ou! nf if z1lifLu'." Glu' Vinh, '25g llonn- Em-onuini:-s l-'zishion Sliow, '253 lCl1gliSh Vluh, '2lig llistury l'luh, 'ITL Junior 4'Ill'lllX'lll, '27, Just 11 lot of pt-p -fth:1t's Elsii-. Shifs il 1.10041 sport. llllil Wf' all lilu- he-V, 'i-:iusv shi- ll1'Yl'l' wui'i'i4-S. in-x'-'r stumlia-s, annul :il- wnys pussvs. Shi- hams in-1-n hh-ssl-wl with thi- gift ni' gall. flllfl this, with hm-1' sm-nsv of humor, 4-:irrii-s hi-1' fur. .-Xml-wi-ll. wi- Just likv lim: "PARRiia" M.-xRioN Locxwoon PATH "Lif1"5 Il jfs! and all things .vfmfw il,' I Ilzouyfll so onff, 11111 noiw I knofw if." 'Af'h1lI'lll S:-hool," '?Ng I.iti-mi-y Sowii-ty, 'Zig Lzltin Vluh, '25, '2lig l"iw-in-li Uluh. '25, 'ZTQ Sc-it-in-it Vluh, '27, 'ZX: Iizisvlmll, '27, '2S: Juni-n' K'2ll'lllY2ll, 'QTQ lfuiwthall, 'ZTQ lli-Y Vluh, '27, '2S. That boy? Oh, hi-'s "Ii1'cl." onv of our fI'l4'lldl3' :1'0L1l'- NVl1e111vvi' tin-re-'s zi lziugh. "lim-cl" is to lu- founal. llm- has lnzulv niany frielirls in his four yt-urs in N. ll. H. S. A 1-'i'- tuin party has l'1lllflll'l'll his hvzirt. ll--nfs hoping' niu-'h sur-C+-ss in this and niziny Ulllvl' ul' his vi-iitun-s. "Rim" HARRY PATERSON "lI'om1'n arf' my playtlzizigsf' English Vluh, '23, '2-lg Si-it-lu-v Uluh, '253 History Vlnh, 'ZIS3 lVIanagvr Basin-thall, 'Z73 Mzumge-r Bzisl-hall, '273 lVIilll2l1.ft'l' Football, '2Sg 'lwustiiizists-l', 'ZTQ Vivv-l"r+-Sidi-nt, 11-B5 Sew- retury Sn-nim' Ulnssp ID. F. N. IL S., 'ZSQ Vif'v-Pwszimleiit l-li-Y, 'ZETQ Prusiclf-nt Hi-Y, '2S: Monogxrzim l'luh, 228. Ilurry is thu xnost ill-pi-iidzilnlv boy in our vlziss. Hn- has hvlcl numerous olhs-vs in his vlass. :mil has hw-n inamiprei' ol' zi flock of UJRIIHS. It sw-ins that woinen are one of Hai'i'y's NY1'2lkIlPSSl-'S, hut he- always shows good tnsti- in his St'l1'4'l.l0llS. Just wht-n sm-hool sm-1-ins l11llN'4ll'1llll0, l"l2Il'l'5' produvvn :1 juvv- nilo alligator or sm-ts thv curtain on fire. Nw-mllvss to say, hw-- will Sui-vw-cl in wliaitn-vi-i' he uzlclcwtzllies. "PAT" CHARLES POTTER 'Ulnd thou ar! fworllly, full of pofwfr, librral mindrd, and f0I15i5ff'lZf.H Here-'S to Vlizirles, tho happy and the gay! XVQ- liaxw- only known t'harle-S a short whilv, hut Q'YGl'y0llt' likes hini. Just gxoocl-naturvil old f'lllll'1lt'l Hi- is a vvry good Stuth-nt. and IIIHRLJS good grmlm-S on all his stuilivs. Hvi---'s hoping' hu- will Illllkt' 21 sur-4-css in life-. Good luck to l'l1ui'lia-I "cHAR1.iE" 25 l I F--:va ag 1, 1, 1 f fglgliggggglpapui it-Nl fQv7x 5 .15 ,Io - ov ' 1.41005 ,Quin- ,'4QgtX ' ' "lf u q- .,.- 4.-1'-. . . . 4 The uh meteen Twenty elght 4,1 lu. - -Wi" --I QL.. 'rf Us-. nl lg. xxx, I ,.. 14,,,--Gish' " iqhx Nh ,, . Lila. 5-l--z.--M 1 4 I wh . . Q - Q I - , ' .9 ' 'fl Gm .is-ik., 'I 'rf , l tv . 5 U-L, t ll., J 1 v .1 1 . A .,, , 1 7 , . n x ,gy Q - -1. 1, l., Q -, .X 019. -, : 'env ' 0 1 '-" ! 'N l. I l A Izl . 4 JJ: 8 5 Hill ll an ' xg! ' W CI1i01' Class i "H"-x. W-if Wm. , , hqrfr lx1ILDRED MAYE RowE "lI'l1fn y0u'r1' fwiffl hfr, you tan't be blur." Glee Vlub, '25, '28, English Club, '26, Freneh Club, '27, XVho is that girl with the brown 4-urly hair and brown 1'-yes who drives a blue Essex? XVhy, that's Mildred Rowe. one of our most dependable- girls. Everybody clesn-rvedly like-s her, for she is always willing to help c-ve-ryone in any way she- :-an. XXX- lwoplit-sy lots of sum-ess for "Mu.nR12o" CLARA ANNABELLE IQYMAN "Rrady Io lzfljw om- all Ihr fwllilfg' a sfnsf of humor, too and Il 5milf." History Club, '25, '26, Frm,-nr-h C'lub, '26, '27, Student Coun- r-il, '27, Pythagorean Club, '28, Glee Club, '27, '28. 1 Neyer has it been said more sincerely or almrec-iatiyoly, "To know her is to love- he-r." Annabelle is :1 real honest-to- goodncss girlw-one who is ready to be your friend, and to help you at the time you need one most. She enjoys smil- ing, and besides has plenty ol' 1-ommon sense. Capable, Cle- 1Jl-ndable, true us stecliwhat more- need be said about Anna- be-1197 HANNABELLEH ELIZABETH SCALES "IFJ Ihr' Jong that yr sing and ffm smilr ffm! yr -wfar, lhtlfzi' a-rnakzng tfzr' .furzxhznf 1'-zu'ryfwl11'r1'." Latin Plub, '26, I'wI'PIlf'h Club, '27, lilramatic- Club, '28. There are numerous qualities that go to make us like and K ,, 7vll, 7 , 2 'V .JS Mf- 9 Q f V l 1 ,I Q W oy rlplvrw-r'iate Elizabeth Scales, for wht-n there is fun on hand she shares it, when there is a duty to be perlorrned, she does it, and when r-lass spirit is demanded, she produces it. She is just an all-round girl whom f-veryone rc-spa-4-ts and atimira-s, and whose friends love her dearly. XVe have to know her only a little while- before we begin to Hnd that she is our friend. llor easy, r-aim assurfinl-e in the 1-lassroom is envied by her vlassmates, and the teal-ht--rs must surely recog- nize it, too, for hc-r rl-port has never been known to be any- thing but L'Xl'4"llPIlt. NSKINNYU VVILLARD AUBREY SEXTON Hllylllll is mon- inspiring Illan Ihr lo-Ur of a maid?" Student Count,-il, '24, Freshrnan Literary Sor-ie-ty, '24, '25, Stu- dent Vounr-il, '25, S1-ienr-e Club, '26, '27, '28, Baseball, '26, '27, Football, '2li, Varsity Football, '27, Reporter "Bruin," '28, Sexton, one- ol' our shining' lights-one whom we never thought would yield to temptation-has at last yielded to the f-harm of a woman. But even at that his school work does not show that lu- has an outside- attrar-tion, for here is one of our f' most brilliant studs-nts. Sexton has won many friends, both on tht- fit-lrl ol' sport and in svhool. XVQ will l'l3lTlt'fl1ilt'1' him as NSEC!! 26 Qu, m- ma M QQ --rs IE! A-1 A v.?!x I :mes "Ii" 'six ' n 7 - v -- ' ' "Hn iff' "E'15'sv"'-' Wuvbvwf- Wevz'-1" ' ' 9 0 1- , -.1 o,:' . N I ,, , . ' 1 ., .- 4 ' ' 1 .K , .- I L' "J ' - - ' n -s" ' '- 5, . h , X . , - Q, ,- .u - .sam 4- '-f-as-14. ' 6 .-.11-W 'srl .nn . A lf- - -A 4 .. '- he C b, Nineteen Twenty-eight T u 'L Q I 0 Q I I A "-.1 ,i6..' K up 9-an-.U uw- , 6 1 .1 A " Q - X ln' an I I I0 051' oiuf V151-. CI1iO1' Class ,IoHN DL'vAL S'1'liv15Ns "Si1m'rr in all ln' ulzdwrlakfx, a yrrzzf szzzwss is all ln' ll1z1k1'J." Fri-sliinzin Init-r:i:'y Sovlcty, '25, Vit-t--l'i'1-siclmit N-A-2, '25, In-1-lniiintioii Vonte-st, '25, ln-vlunizilion Mi-dal, '2li, lf'ri-slinizin lit-porti-r to "Bruin," '25, 'l'i'v:is1ii'ci' Latin Vluh, '2li, Studi-nt Vouni-il, 'SIL ,'27, l'oontown Justin-, '27, lf'l'i-ninli Vluli, '27, Journailistit' t'lull, '2N, Glu- Vlulw, '28, Trvsisniw-r lwaiiiizitif- t'luh,-'28, Junior 1'zirnix'al. '27, Minstrol, '28, Editor ui' i "Bruin," '28, Prt-sid:-nt lli-Y, '27, Se-1-rvtziry Ili-Y, '28, Assistant M:imii:t'i' Footlmll, '27, Vziptziin Vulv lfootlmll, '27, t'hnirniun Judicial f'OYllIllltfl'l', '2R, "L'll2ll'lll Svhool, '2N, Boys' l'lul1, '2T. In '25, John 1-iitl-ri-sl high school with thi- rm-st ol' thi- vi-rdaint uspiraints. ln Your yt'ZlI'S hi- has aivliie-vi-sl un ox:-i-ptioiial ri-vord, ons- ol whit-h his si-hool :ind 1-lnssinntvs :irv proud. lli- has tain-n part in many 111-tivitivs, and on Stud--nt Vounvil ,ind voniniitti-4-s has lu-on inum-h zimin-4-izitf-ml. In oth'-r words, ho is just Z1 good 01' sport. "S'l'Il-'FARMH NVILLIAM Iimwxan BTEWART 3, 1 "Lar1'i1's, drar Iadirs, plrasf lrafvr mf' alarm" I?I'l'SlllllElll I.itt-retry Sovie-ty, Latin Soi-it-ty, Fri-ni-h Vinh, ln-i-- "' lanmtion. '25, "Old Goosoln-rry," "Advvrtising for a Hus- "ff hand," Junior t':irnivul, Hi-Y, '26, '27, '28, 'l'riunp.,'ulzu' lbw- ' hate, '28, "Tho Malts-r of 1ll'l'2lI1lS," Statv Ilruniatif- Vonti-st ,xy Play. "Jazz and Minus-t," Football, '27, '28, Presidi-nt lrra- niatir- Uluh, '28, Minstrl-l. St-nior Play, "Tho Vharni Sr'hool," Q f Boys' Ululu, '27, Glu- Vlub, Journalistiv Vluli, '28, Studvnt A , Count-il, '27, Jufliviul Vomniittfie, '28, Editor of "Bruin," T1 " , Editor oi' "Cub," .fi 'ju ' Edward is ri vvry vupzilile: boy and ho has takon part in niuny ' an-tivitii-s in high si-hool. Hi- is lu st known for his ulvllity us " an :if-tor, In-raxusv ht- has takvn loading parts in the plays wi- hzivi- prvsviitt-tl. In :ithlvtics Edward was :1 vulunlvlo Ihlklybl' is ont- of thi- lvacl- on thc- footlinll team, and as zi stutlvnt he ing stairs, but hi- shinvs brightest in history, wliure his good L-xpri-ssion and rvasoning bring: in thu good has lu-t-n a valuzilrle zissvt to our vluss and wvll in dvulzunution, ll'i2ll1L.1'lllal' dulizites, govt-rninent. ol' "l's." Edward has ri-pros:-iiti-cl it und in student "S'l'EVVAR'l"' BESSIE MAE STILLEY "Though slu' has not murlz lo say, Jhv is a frivrzd in rfvrry 'LUII-Y." ' Honor Roll, '25, Basketball, '20, '27, Tar Ht-ol Literary So- -5 civty, '26, '27, N--I Bussiv is at l'ri1-nd worth thi- vffort of awquiring. ln thi- st-howl room, when ull tho rest are noisy sho is quiot, Q-xi-i-pt .:-' " " ' wht-n she is rt-viting:. Then sho is very inuvh on the job. If rnorv of us wort- lilu- Bi-ssiv, tho tvu:-hers would ll2lYl' u niuvh 1-zisior lot and frowns would rlmngo to smiles. -I1 A W' s 5 1 "BROWN-iei'ED SUSIE" PIAMILTON STYRON ,, VZ, ".Is a fwif, if not frst, in ilu' furry fri! liar." H , Vll'0'l"l'l'Slf11'IlI S-B. '25, Frcshmzin Literary Sovit-ty, '25, , Sviviim- Club, '26, Treasurer English lfluh, '27, Iioxiiaiis-t-i-s, "yi, , ' '27, High S4-hool Chwlie-sti'a, '26, '27, '28, Buslu-tliallv '36, , H 'fig , '27, '28, Boys' l'luh, '27, '28, Joke- Editor "l'lllx"' '28, Assis- ' tant lN'Iana:1'r "Bruin," '28, Prvsidvnt S1-nior Vlass, '2x, , , "l-Iam" is president ot' the Senior 1'lnHS, so you 1-un 4-usili' guess his lIllYlUI't2lIlt't'. l-lv has hot-n with us from thi- first grade un, und has in-vm' onto fzillon down on any wt' his jolns. XXI' uri- niuvh indebtvd to "Illini" for rlif-vriiig us, ov:-n in Olll' dnrlivst moods, with his inve-ssunt wise cracks. Good ol' "1-lani"l HHAMU 27 7--:PGI '-it 11" 10' '-. ' ' f13':f35. - mv- W-.' '----ef nn-N WEQQ-'rf'- I I ' --9 I x'l .N 102.8 Avg:-n5 .. . .' so I -' 19.-st- ' ' i - 1' I 11 C in Nineteen Twenty-eight -1 1 v - . + G: 7663 .. " Y -lf. ' ""' v 9210- 'Cb '- - ,, -3' ' .ef 4-.5 , 'X y 'x -5 ' 5 g lgsbitla- st:,-Eixyll' gun-fa A ' -n , . i l,,.- . 4 , 1 T. 5 I x ' I1 I x I ll' ul L A M' 'I Q 1' - U A 0 . .Y 0:1-:.-1 -. '- . .,.t ,W , iiafs nm ' .Je . fe e 1' ' ' ' T e u I A I 1 L I 11 '. ::,lX ng 6.51 A,. --' ' y fix 'V' WW 'iv Ill SCHTOI' Class VIRGINIA FLEETWOOIJ STYRON "Lf'afvr silfnrr to tht' saintsg I am but human." Literary Society, '25g Latin Club, '26, Frenr-h Club, '27: Dra matie Club, '28, Athletic Assof-iation, '27g Treasurer Frenrfh, '28. NO foolin'! Virginia does this to the utmost of her ability. XVhen everything: seems to br' getting quiet down in Lab. ffor a rhangel, Virginia pops up with some fantastic' idea. She must do something if it is only to settle an argument with her adyersary, Hubert Ellison. Her favorite subject is I.i'H0Ul4'tI'y, but why bring that up? Her srhool reeord is an enyiable One. l-low vould the Senior Class have clone with- out- "GINGER" CLARENCE POE TAYLOR "Spf'rcl1 zs grrat, hu! szlfnrf' 15 yrralfrf' Although CIZil'l'll!'G ranie to us in the eleventh hour, he has not failed to leave his mark on our memories. His quiet and studious habits have brought to him a dignity which is Sel- dom seen in the happy and rollirking mien of his fellow students. His soft and methodival way of doing things promises great surge:-ss for his future endeavors. May he be one of the many famous pc-rsonagrs from the good Ol' Class of '2S. "CLARENCE" LINA BELLE TAYLOR "She has that inrxlzauslihlr good naiurf fwhirh is the C!l01t'l'5f gzft of h1'afUfn." Literary Society Critiv, '25g History Club, '26, '27, Glee Club , '26, '27: Junior Carnival, '27g Cheer Leader, '27, '28g Sevre- tary S:-it-nee Club, T283 Assistant Manager "Bruin," '27, '28: Assistant Manager "Cub," '28g Journalistic- Club, '28. XVhat in the world would we do without Lina? She always has a smile, and she even makes Freneh amusing. Lina doesn't believe in letting lessons worry her, but she always manages to pass all hl-r subjer-ts. She is somewhat of a heart-breaker. and she likes to pir-lc on football players. If you gain her friendship you are lun'-kyg if she is your enemy you are out ol' luvlc. Our four years of high sr-hool have been Iwigliteiin-d by Lina. and '28 won't for-get her. 'KLINAU THELAIA GPAL TAYLOR HBl'QL'!lI'l' hofw you say mon' than you If1L'Cl7l,' hcttrr mfan more than you say." 0I'fghestI'a, '25, '26, '27g Glen- Cluh, '27, '28g President Math Club, '28. s, but everybody knows and likes her. She is very I-apable and willing to lend a helping hand to anyone all your dirlivult problems to Thelma if you It f She is quit-t, yt . in need. Take K want them solved. She I-ame to our class in the ninth grade, and has since proved herself worthy of any class to which sie may belong. She- is of the type that goes to make up all at is bt-st in the world. You are true blue, Thelma, and old N, B. l-l. S. will always be proud of you. "'I'IIELIvIA:' 28 x,,iQ" tm .YI 'Q f-25223 CII Ast.-"" - , , -. . ff", -3 m - . - 1-s .,-- '- A- f ,pw xg' ,I :'Q3.vqnn- ,,ngg9,?iyx I-N v v . , , .x ., ,, ' , . - l ,a: - .' 's ' 1' I 1 I ' l. x, , yo., , 'N The C ln, ineteen Twenty-eight 4 -,1 - l l , -, ' 5 . g , - O 1, I, I .. 9 .FI ' xii, ,,.:. i f 'D "" 5 " U, 1 , 1. 'rl G2 fgygue. ' 5 v 'aff ' "' 0' '72 J I 20 " , G A 3 L K H J. A Ad5S3F:f.1- Inu - JS JA .u - ' - , . In fo- L -' "E?""' VIRGINIA SI,OCl'M xVii.X'l'HIERSlllili "S!1r i.w1'l ll lmnk-mzzkf-r'5 ifazzgflzlrr, but .vllr likrx lo 'RwifI'." ll'1ll'y Snvil-ty, 'Zig Vim--l'l'--Siell-lit liwwxii. '25g llislury Vluli. 'lug Junior l'ill'lliYQll, 'LETQ PM-siill-iit llismlw 4'Iul+, '2Ng lfitiii Vlulu, '24ig l':uuly Stuml, 'Bm Lil NYl1:1l in thi- wurlil wnulnl in- ilu witlwut Sluvum? Q11-i iw nm- nl' tlmsi- girls wliu in-x'or livaslvvts livr stuelii-Q fm 1 littl- pls-zisurl-, yu-t shui is :ilwnys in fm' il gum! limi- zinfl is lllll il lumkworln :lt ull. Ill-1' ts-mlm' hvzirl ham lu-4-11 tuuvlim-rl ln lun-, :mil Slovum says shi- will limi in ii musiv linusf- wlivii slim- talk'-s thi- lialtzll stvp. Sho has -- ziusl xi iw-all friviid wlm wun't iw I'm'gutti-11. "si,0ULfx1" Senior Class EL'I,,x VVILLIS as 0- kg "1 llkl' lo sfzniy, I likz' In 1l'IU'll,' j For lu'H4'r k11ofL:.'lm1gr I simply l1ur11." I1lfl'1'2ll'Y Sfwii-ty, 'IJ53 Ulm' Vlulw, '28, History tluh 'Hi '273 Iiniiiizitis- Vluh, 'ENQ llvmu- IC:-rnirmii.-S lfglglyiqpn 511 - Junior f'2ll'IliYlll, '2T. lt' you are Iwoking for ii mimi sport and Q1 truu frivnil, thmi Eulzi is thi- one- to Ivuk fur. Sha- is witty, wisv, big:-ln-zii'ta-ri, :ind in-vvi' r,lis:13.g'i'1-es. A li--tti-1' sport l'2lllIlOt ln- fmxmlg ulwuys in for fun and froliv. 'mums Bail," 29 9,1 xl o , .Ji . V- ilevttx 674- in I' 2.00 ' 1 N 1,950 I f .- 9 X, aggllqf F--: - -i Y .m:v - 'QQ '. I , 'zsjkfq-, Emu- 5,n.- - v- . - ,A 0:1 -53" 1: Q N - 4' . ,-9 'f ' 'D .xx - , . -5 U no u '- s The C 13, Nineteen Twenty-eight I - .' 5 ' Qi 1 . gala ln!"l' 5 K 5 ul L Qi It a .I 5 '-. ..-' in , .. u , 1 , D' MQW in 0 , I .:-17: ge xggrsgcv -Nm: -mg 1 1 an ' ' I9 :fi A 1 u X I i s . , - - J L 1"-u'2.tg'i:z' K N, , 50611, N K 1 1:1 4 1 -4 rm N. -X 1 A .- - .' 0' 4 I k' l y ar v n 5 I Class Song llvhivz thi' golilwz sun is mvltiiig, in the jvurfwlc' of the' night, Tlztm' is promise of thi' morro-zc', that it 'zvill hi' fair ana' lzrightj So today iw' .Vf'f' the' glvamiizg, through I'l'g'l'f'fX that uw' must part, Uf thi' hrauty of the futiirv, in thc' hofws that jill each hmrt. Jll thi' yvars -uw spwzt fOgl'fllt'l', 'mid tha svmzvs we low so 'zL'f'll, llvill rvmaiiz as s'u'm'tc'st llll'Nl'I'll'X, 'ZL'I'IIf7f in youtlfs s1L'f'0t, mystic sjrrll, its 'zu' jOlH'Ilt7V1' zlo-zwz lifc"s patlizvay, still our thoughts will oft 1'c'tur1z, To thi' hajvpy ilays l'f'llll'lllbt'7'-ll -u'l1z'1'z' -zu' stroivv lifcfs rulrs to lcarn. lfvr go forth -with firm ezzflivwoz' and a jrurjwosc ffvcr true, ililll our motto is A'Pl'?'fl'l'fl0lZ in 'ZL'llIIff'1'f'l' -uv may do." Bat though lamls or svas ilifivizlf' as, zu' will l"UC'l' rlicfrislz dear Our hvloiwzl Jlma iurltvzj, and hw' namf -za-ill -zu' 1'c"Ue1'c. Class pO6Tfl By JOE G. MCDAXIEI. Four yvars ago 'zu' i11ti'1'i'1l i1z Thi' stagf' of high school lift, ,tml 'ZCll6'Il our f2'C'Xlllll!ll1 yvar ivas gow' llvc' ic'i'1'z' -zc'i1z11f11's i1z tha' strife. .ls A'0flllUlI10I'C5 -Zvi' fvlaywl the game, fVo ilutifs zlizl -zu' shirhj .tml pretty soon -zu' l'1U'lIf'tl a name For gladly doing tzcork. Thin ramf' thi' jolly j1111io1'yc'a1', lfith 'zc'o1'1'iz's anzl its klZ0t'A'3', But 1zo our slzozvifil a sign of fvar, jail -zu' got past thc' I'0l'A'S. lfyfivif jwlayvzl thi' part as Svniors grafivv, Quito zligzzifivzl aml holflj lfvi' struggliwl lihv a raptifuff slafvff, But noic' -zc'f"'i1f-' 1'v1iz'lzf'1l tht goal. Thr last l1i'll's rung, aizrl -with 1'0g1'f't llyf' lzfazw to ro1zq11f'1' fatffj llvish us good lurk, Illlll zlo11't forget Thi' Class of T-zwzzty-viglzt. 30 '--- - - c 'W' . -ag ', 1 f'x'a!"1-'ll , . ' X45 ,HQ - ' 1 u ff: vu VII' 'rsvp " qv .u ly s rl , :s f, beige: i w 5 gain . 4 . lx 50 ls ' .' Y f za- .45 "9 . 5 I I. I' lr' S :il 'ogg I , ,,1o.,' ' The C b Nineteen Twenty eight I , - , , , If C: 70A 1 cu UI," -uit' . Q - gf" H.. Q X ' "4 , .v L ' - - , . . -I Q.. 2 fiqv -OD., , L. , J. 5 wisp-1" ,gli t hffiu , A 'lt 1. ' . - 4 2. . . s u W - iii- , 5 A Qgmow 'I 'y li'3'fo, " ily x -,s -.6 CQ", '- N., ' t ' . 'A' ' 2 ". ,s ' li? A .- A i A I .iq 5- in-1 ll History of the Senior C ass ANY were the ambitious boys and girls who dreamed peacefully through the stormy night of September 14, 1024. The next day would mark their en- trance into that strange and wonderful realm of lligh School. rlihere all v of their cherished hopes would be consummated, their ambitions realized. They would rise to dizzy heights in the various activitiesg they would fight savagely for a hard won victory on the field. Nothing would daunt their tireless hope and increas- ing labor. Thus, in perfect innocence they slumbered, floating onward with a delight- ful sense of expectancy. True to tradition, the schools opened their dc-ors on a rainy day. Nevertheless, there were the freslunen standing under the portico of the old Bell building, several hours before the ancient, brazen school hell clamored forth its imperious and longed-for sum- mons. The cold rain, driven by a sharp autumn blast, and the low, black clouds were in most people's opinions the fundamental elements of a gray day. These dull aspects, however, had no disconcerting effect on that large group of freshmen, who were at last in High School. This stormy beginning gave impetus to their determined march through their first year. The first few weeks merged slowly into months, and suddenly the mid-term ex- aminations loomed in the ofling. These passed into history and everything returned to its normal order. Finally summer arrived, and the erstwhile eager students were shak- ing their wise old heads at books. They were sophomoresl Vfhat use did they have for business arithmetic and petty English grammar? The longed-for vacation came and went-slowly toward the end, like a pleasant dream that lingers on in the remote recesses of the mind, even after the dawn has broken. In the state of mind which has become the by-word of upper classmen, who same pupils trooped back to their work. The autumn called it School Spirit, these semester was not outstanding in any particular line, unless it might be the celerity with which it passed. lfveryone went his way to celebrate the anniversary of the Christ child, and returned in the New Year happy and jubilant. Light-hearted gaiety, however, was turned into sorrow when the death of Kenneth Dickinson was announced. Kenneth was one of those gifted souls who was sympathetic with the fallen, appreciative of merit, and lov-- able. The mischievous glint in his blue eyes marked him as one of those on wht:-in na- ture had bestowed the priceless gift of humor. His passing left a great void in the hearts of his friends, which time has patiently worked to heal. The next year was the junior year, and two gala events stood out before every junior boy and girl-the junior play and the junior-senior banquet. The banquet time approached very swiftly, and on llay 27 the dignified seniors were invited around to the Centenary Klethodist Church and seated before a sumptuous board. The next summer almost everyone worked somewhere and laid by a goodly sum of mighty dollars. This timely thrift served each senior in gt:-od stead, for in '23 the greatest task faced the seniors--the Herculean feat of producing a successful and appre- ciated annual. This class is the most unique in the history of the school. The germ of revolution has seemed to possess their souls, for they repeatedly sought after some new way. The annual plans were turned topsy-turvy, and that is not alll In IQ28 All., the Senior Class of New Bern High School graduated in caps and gowns! 3I f'-'WGQWQUF un? - E3 '-N ' f"'o, gi' x . - -gil AQ ' ' ' fl' aff' 1. - 01' 'V'-' """ 93'-YK A' -'xx W ' Q 0, ,,,i,0. s 0e::,: ,g , z- ,vl- ' . N ' .l:' I x .,x- 4 : . . 1 Ig 2 ',, gx .gsm I I ' 1 x '5 ie., -11 ' T e C b, Nineteen Twenty-eight dm ' Lx V sf' ' .. n I , , I Q - S. Q , 3--Qiqkg J., '.. . E, N, - -qt Y . ..:- - - .- . R .,. . - n 0' r 4'a sg ,bpm , HT I :fd - .1-1 l-1 X h u i . - 1 5 .5 A: K ' , . 1 x ' A E 11, J 'A x 'WT' I M U 'bfS'n43p:. Q 1 .A ,U - -' "4 I t:F- l I ll HH! .759 . , ddwfff 'fm " 4 f '5 ri llI1iO1' Class OFFICERS Humax JACKSON . . . .... . Prfsidwzi FRANCIS FEREBEE . . . . . . l'iff-Prmidrnl JAMES KIi'1'ClIAM . . . . . Sfrrrmry JOSEPH SALEM . . Trmsurer 32 I '---S-q -.9 am: - -as 2. ' 'N"7g"!3ggvq'g"' vm' ' 'ings' Xqzvx 41'fg'u1'.N' ' ' , 4 ' 1 S, - - , " ' we swf- " n -, 0. . I .xc uw "'.3x- I .I C'3!'3' 'Q Nu- 5.1,lq X I 1 111 ll 6 'T' The C lu Nineteen Twenty eight 1' i -X "W - 2, - - 7 1 ' ' If C '- r H U , ' .1- 1 . . I I cs, N , g ' 1 I S D 6.59 4 S 1 5 sl 9 'f-.e . e . ' f Q , 9 g" 1 -1 0 - ' L In-:Qu h rlrisgj 2553.59 Q5Q:ZgQ,ggtEn-.- Awgfbx I it l Q I 4l A A-I I n ' 5 Nl YQ, J' T- ,f Sr ANDERSON, RUTH LEE BIDDLE, MILIJRED BOYD, ANNIE BROOKS, ANNIE ELIZABETH CARPENTER, EDITH CASON, JAMES CHURCH, ANN COOKE, ELSIE DAW'IS, THOMAS DEPPE, GRACE DUFFY, ELIZABETH FEREBEE, FRANCIS FOSCUE, SARA JULIA GASKINS, RICHARD GIBBS, LEN GRAY, ROBERT GUTHRIE, JAMES HALL, RUBY LEE HAMILTON, MILDRED HANCOCK, DURWARD HARPER, EARL HARRIS, VVILLIAM HERITAGE, ELIZABETH l1I'llO1' C1855 HODGES, EVELYN HONRINE, EDNA HORSE, LEONARD HUGHES, MARY JACKSON, HELEN JOHNSON, ERNEST JONES, ELEANOR KETCHAM, JAMES LANCASTER, ELIZABETH LANE, SARAH LANSCHE, VVILLIAM LAWRENCE, IS.-XBELLE LOCKEY, RALPH LUPTON, NINA MALLARD, CELADYS MILLER, LEROY MILLER, RUTH MINICH, VVILLIAM MITCHELL, THOMAS OGLESBY, NIILDREI7 PARKER, XVINIERED PATTEN, LAWRENCE 33 PETERSON, EARL POTTER, LIQLA RHODES, SALLIE MAE SALEM, JOSEPH SEIFERT, CHARLES SIMMONS, GEORGE SMITH, LEO SMITH, RALPH HLTN'I'ER SMITH, ROSALIE SMITH, VV.-XLLACE SPRINGLE, CLAUDE STALLINCS, IXJILDRED STALLINGS, ROBERT SULLIVAN, JOHN SULLIVAN, SUNBEAM SCTER, DUDLEY SWINSON, LTR.-XCE TAYLOR, BESSIE MAE '-Ii.-XYLOR, CORINNE XVADE, MAMIE XVHEELER, ROBAH VVILLIAMS, IAMY XVILLI.-AMS, NIARTHA A B9 KP ff Q-QA E1 A-- W , In. ig-:-gr -.Q , -: .,ga,'. ' 'fw':gff fq,59'sw"f' y"4'bz93'T'7?. :'-'-"' ' 0 ' , Q2 s a ., A u 0 1. so I fu 't ff- :SL ' A45 "-' 1 1 I U 'Y 1.3.1 10' l . . l - 1- X The Cub, Nlneteen Twenty-elght -l' ' .X A I L . ' J 4' 1, Kem 15Q wi:.4gk U NRM? SLAM 51.55352 44 l "'Q-Uma., i" -f -f-ima' X"'55f:f""" . -..new f- 'uq ' Q ' nn 1 Sophomore Class GFFICERS EDVVIN Honor: .... . . . . . President VVILLIAM FEREBEE .... . Vim-Prrsident HUGH BARROVV . . . . . . Secretary LESTER HARRIS . . Treasurer 34- L7 491 7'-'PQ '19 'YG' 33,5- ,- ,'tgO::rgEgg93ua?nni N7-haw?-iT 'fy TM, Q R 'Q , .41 -v 2 ', In 'lines me -'nl , A ' " 3?-gh - l ' ' . . A vqi Q """-' The Cub Nineteen Twenty-eight l' 1 , - L' ,QQ ' , I Nha.. -sun' -4- 4' 4. 'I i 'oo '- ' ' it i NS-. 1. .a. 5 5 4 1 ,. I L FQIEGW' ' ,, l'wI,-pf'gC- J n..,n 5:31. Ak I -N., Q 'PW 0,4 I 'L Q, I. f Q QM, h ,s - R.: L:-51.03 Zbirsffv -'rel " agus!! v ar Un ' 4l A n 5 I I I0 f 5 ,...,,L, .J .ss ,,4. 'f . ,f P Lu.. ABBOTT, RODRICR BARBOUR, MARIE BARKER, MOSES BARROW, HL'GH BARNETTE, GOLDIE BELL, MARY BENTON, SOPHIA BOVVDEN, NELSON BROOKS, LINA BROOKS, SALLIE CHESSON, ANDREVS' LONG CHERRY, NATHANIEL DAVIS, ROBERT DAIJGHERTY, LAURA DIXON, NATH.-XNIEL DUVALL, MARSHALL FEREBEE, VVILSON FOOTE, IQATHERINE FOSCUE, CLARA Fox, SAMUEL FULCHER, ANNIE GASKINS, HENRY GASRINS, EURA GEORGE, HELEN SOp1'l0I'I1OI'e Class GEORGE, BRAXTON CSVVALTNEY, SYLVIA GLOVER, ANNIE HAHN, MEYER HARDISON, MARINER HARDISON, IDA HARRIS, LESTER HEATH, DAVID HENDERSON, JAMES HOLLAND, IQATHLEEN HOLTON, EDWIN HUDSON, RUBY KILBURN, HARRX' LAVVRENCE, ROSEMARY LAVVREXCE, THOMAS MANN, JESSIE MIDYETTE, CHARLES MILLER, ELIZABETH MCCLEES, SALLIE MCDANIEL, CHARLES NASSEE, LOUIS NELSON, ELINOR NORSTRAN, DWIGHT 35 PARSONS, EDWARD PATERSON, ROBERT PEI-IK, DORIS PERRY, LOUISE PITTMAN, EVELYN O'QL'INN, LILLIAN REECE, JLANITA RHODES, EFFIE RHODES, NORVVOOD RICRS, ETHRIDCE REIGEL, ELSIE SIMONDS, HLBERT ROWE, JAMES SXMPKINS, ALLEN SM.-XLLVVOOD, LEWIS SMITH, JAMES STEWART, ELLA STYRON, CHARLES SUSKIXS, NATHAN TYNDALL, VVARREN XVARD, GEORGE XVATSON, HUGH .ALFRED XVHEELER, IYIILDRED XVHITFORD, ISHNIAIL XV. U' 1' Ona' 1 rg ff' ea-Mins:-' I . n., . -k"11'2i "-1 I IPP l',' ' f: f- . .... - ,, ,. -' :-0-.e'-- ' f1'. -2'-' 're' x' T- 0. Tru SQA-.'.'w - 0' v ur' : pg .. 5 - x 'o Q "' x.5- ' gi . 5' ' - .,.- .xg ' , , l X The Cub, Nmeteen Twenty-elglmt I - - .f I "un .g0. i F5 4, . 3 ng 4-,, 57: A " . I iQ"'H::s:..- tml? 327220, e sQ:55:E"l":'d. -.a14P5FS" i mu ' ' nn ' 76' F "l 1 ml f W M , .,. P , Q U ..A.,, 14 k Q 1 1, 'W I , fi l Z ll f , 9 gy f- V, 9 , I " Q -f U P b V 4 KZ .wk M vmnwww 1 5 VV I- 1 lg ' 2 Q X, f' ,.L. V 6 ' I, 4' f l ' A ,ff N 4 f X S , ' ff l ofa mx 2 fI'eS1'lTI1aH class officers jack cannon . . . ..... prffsident lonnie dill ..... . wife-presidcnt Clifton daugherty . . . . secretary james Wadsworth . . Zrcasurer 36 I l ' 5 7 'Fl':.'!Uj1jUQ I , .,, "'f.aQ'33- ' '- f ,ug .-f' 'xvoxvayvw' -f-wgagpzo:-,N Cie,-.Jw - or 'UQ' ,392 -, o " 51298, A23 " 1 6:31 - 14,311-.0 The C b Nineteen Twenty eight I ,4 'll 'CE 'N' 'its n gl :flh -Q A' . .4 lg .. I qt' :A 5. 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H Y, 1 Slam' ' yas. anderson, ranita armstrong, euclid baldwin, margaret ball, carl basnight, don baxter, benjamin beard, william hell, leon berrv, ed woodrow georgia hazel bfagg. hrewer, brewer, brewer, mary brinson, maria mack minnie archie jack brinson, brooks, bryant, cannon, carpenter, primrose cash, carl cherry, virginia claypoole, frances corbitt, wilbur daugherty, clifton davis, larry x f1'eSl'll'I'laI'1 class deaver, helen dill, lonnie dowdy, maxine dunn, jack dunn, mark ellis, albert ferebee, edward foote, walter francis, mary fulcher, walton godley, robery gwaltney, maude hall, hazel hancock, ellen hanks, donoh hellinger, jack henderson, henry heritage, margaret hill, ellen higgins, clara hodges, james jones, gramah kahn, heryl kennedy, mildred' roll kilburn, annie ki.hurn, ruth la frage, brigham lancerter, james lansche, mary mann, charles mann, sophia mason, ferdinand mcdaniel, mary mcsorley, annie mcsorley, francis meadows, sara mchn, miriam morris, kenneth nelson, joe newman, lawrence nobles, ruth parker, annahel parker, joy parker, william patterson, simmons pollock, raymond rawls, iris rowe, noah 37 sanders, ruth smith, carl smith, evelyn smith, george smith, grace smith, theo stallings, mary louise sullivan, lula swain, louise swindell, margaret taylor, alice vinson, walter wadsworth, james wadsworth, william waters, madeline waters, winnie ward, lynette weeks, edith williams, whitford, williams williams williams v 1 1 bernice evelyn earl lessie pauline willis, raymond ' winberry, bertie l Q x 4 9' Q o mb nn. v 5,00 Q yx Wersi-Ja'-' ' .org I RQ? x 5 . . '-7':"I, 'si in : . dj.. ' ' -I , Jf.'2. - T331 -' "" " 77 t' 'qe',-11" K 4' 0 ' ' DZ 'n ' .,. 'D 1 1 -C ' - . - s ' .vc - S u '-I'-' 1- . uma., K UNIORS E TERTAI SE IOR AT NOVEL "PIRATES FEASTM Colorful Program Features Annual Fete Honor- ing Graduating Class Here "CAPT. KIDD' THERE IN ALL HIS GLORY Events Held in Social Rooms of Centenary Meth- odist Church. presided Qver by Francis Ferebee New Bern High School juniors en- tertained the Seniors at an elaborate and unique "Feast of the Pirates" last night in the social rooms of Centenary Methodist Church, as one of the most novel and enjoyable Junior-Senior ban- quets ever held in the city. The large room had been converted into a den suggestive of pirates. Ships and treasure chests were much in evi- dence. Coastal harbors were repre- sented by festoons of moss suspended across the room, interspersed with dag- gers in varied colors. Columns in the room were decorated with moss and Howers. Palms, bamboo and long-leaf pine were used around the walls. Lights were shaded with red paper, casting a glow of beauty over the pi- rate scene. Long tables were arranged attrac- tively in the room, the main ones form- ing a crossbones shape and smaller ones being grouped significantly on the out- side. At each place was a pirate- marked napkin, a menu card, and pro- gram. Dainty place cards were held in the beaks of small colored parrots, perched on tall glasses of iced tea. Red candles in glass candlesticks, pirate ships, and treasure chests were used as centerpieces on the tables. Delicious Banquet. The gay colors of the charming dresses of the girls blended well in forming an unusually lovely scene. As the guests entered the room, music was played by ,lack Chapman's Stompers, a five-piece orchestra of this city, which furnished music during the eve- ning. Francis Ferebee acted as toastmaster and called on Dr. N. H. D. VVilson. pastor of Centenary Methodist Church, for the blessing. In a few words he told of the juniors' pleasure in having the Seniors as their guests and ex- pressed the hope that the Seniors would always remember the "Feast of the Pi- rates." He then told the guests, in pi- rate language, "Grab 'em and growl." A delicious course dinner was served under the direction of Circle Number Three of the Jane Meadows Auxiliary, of which Mrs. D. S. VVillis is chairman. The menu follows: FRUIT CocK'rAn, CHICKEN SALAD SANDVVICHES BEATEN Biscuirs BU'I"I'ER O1,1vEs P1cKi.Es ICED TEA ICE CREAM CAKE Mixers Carrying out the motif of the eve- ning, the ice cream was in the shape of treasure chests and the cakes were formed like pirates. Assisting with the serving were ten young girls of the Sophomore Class, garbed in character- istic pirate style, with short, fluted black trousers, white waists, red sashes, red bandanna headgear, large earrings, and black boots. Pirate XVaitl'esses. These were: Misses Sallie McClease, Eula Stewart, Elizabeth Miller, Elea- nor Nelson, Evelyn Pittman, Mildred Sylvia, Dollie Foote, Eflie Rhodes, Syl- via Gwaltney, and Helen George. Pages during the banquet were VVal- ter Vinson and Manly Holland, also dressed as young pirates. Ender the direction of the toastmas- ter a number of roasts, songs, and stunts were given on an interesting program. Mrs. D. C. Gordon gave a reading and Mrs. T. J. Polls sang, both selections being greatly applauded. The senior song was sung by the Senior Class and the junior song was sung by the junior Class as closing features of the pro- gram, with the benediction by Dr. VVilson. The chief feature of the entertain- ment program was provided by C. Green in the hair-raising role of "Cap- tain Kidd," chief of the pirates that roamed and plundered along the Amer- ican coast. He was dressed appropri- ately in the black trousers, high black boots, and short open coat, with red handkerchief at his waist. Under a big black hat appeared the characteris- tic red bandanna head covering dagger. From his ears hung enormous round earrings. His face and arms were stained with a swarthy tint. This pirate appeared boisterously in the middle of the program. Entering the room surprisingly from a black entrance, he astonished the guests with a loud report of his pistol. Swagger- ing to the central front of the room, he took his place by a large treasure chest. Prophesies for Seniors. In humorous vein he told of his pur- pose and plan. As usual his remarks went over well with the audience, and he was the hit of the evening. From the chest he pulled favors for each guest, distributed by the young pirates and pages. These consisted of red ban- danna handkerchiefs in which were tied streamers, confetti, and souvenir treasure chests, small wooden boxes with the name "New Bern, N. 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Sfrrfftary ROBERT GRAY DONOH HANKS ISABELLE LAWRENCE MARY MCDANIEL IRIS RHODES KATIE BELLE SMITH WILLARD SEXTON 1 ,501 'Q wi r-' f-If -I' - 285 E f9" ' 5 ' :VH - , Y. 1 , --tv: '19 , I I. ., -x -, ' 'zgqf' 'EDT' 7 "-' ' "' ' va, Y -' .31 :WAS ' ' .R , 'qv .9 5 r' " 41 I I f.,'SS' ' 1 ' 1 -v J: -52' W Q. n- 5. , I 11 Cub Nineteen Twenty exght T e , - , 1 ' Q Ku lx su':,Il1- lsvsou I ng 3. J Ignq ' 3,2 z':2g:10j's QRS' " ' ,-,.. ln.:-lil -- s.. 1 NU I Cl . 'il- .ag -.vw , iw: m .43 , i.. ,V i Q S 1. fl' fa g 'V Es CLASS SPONSORS K.-1110-wj SALLIE PAT IQAFER MANLEY HOLLAND NI.-XRG.-XRE'I' CANNON EBITH VVEEKS ATHLETIC SPONSORS KBFIOFLUI JACK BARBER ELIZABETH DAxL LINA BELL TAYLOR ELIZABETH NUNN 41 O :Ar v 1 '19 ii' - 3 1- .3 :Gow-37 ".- - -f--gfpgqvyvih-.Q ' -,. -4,940 Q y ww ' 53 I I 4 li ' -, -'rbi - F151-up 556 ' vp 2?-" The C b Nineteen Twenty eight - l- , . , , . ' Q2 7 .ix . lh " s S' Huh' -nv L .1 fig" ' I i 0' 1 ' "L" - -:fl N u , ' . i , 4 -,f I K mx , ' n NN ,4 3 ". 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Cfnsor Family T111-zIisf'r'5 MARY CHARLES POPE MAISIE HOOKHART BLALOCK, ELSIE CHURCII, ANN f1U'l'HRIE, JAMES HAMILTON, MIIYIJREIJ BARKER, CHRIS COOK, FIISIIZ QIASKIIIL, MARY HARRIS, BILL STYRON, VIRGINIA BIDDI,E, MILDRED I3ARNE'I'TE, ff0I.DIE DAVIS, FRANCES IJUI'IfY, EI,IZABE'l'l'I BEARD, AILEEN BRYAN, ISAEEL CIEORCE, HELEN THE PLAYERS' GUILD LE fl,XIII.AIS, LUCY I.UP'l'0N, NINA NEI,SON, ROSA JOLTRNEYMEN JACKSON, HELEN IQAFISR, SALLIE PAT LAWRENCE, ISARI-:L MII.LER, I-IAROLD AI'I'RENTICES GEIIES, LEN IPOCK, HUDERT JOIINSON, ERNEST JONES, ELEANOR LANCASTER, ELIZABETH PEEK, IDORIS SCALES, ELIZABETH +2 STEVENS, JOHN STEWART, EDWARD SWINSON, GRACE VVILLIAMS, AMY MCCLEES, SALLIE PATTEN, LAVVRENCE RHODES, SALLIE MAE SEIEERT, CHARLES SMITH, ROSALIE SUTER, IDUDLEY FFAYLOR, CORRINNE CSRANTHAM, ROSALIE HOLLISTER, JANET STYRON, HAMIL'I'ON WILLIS, EULA VVINIFRED, PARKER I qga iz! 'm,. Ti -v-1 1 ' ' U " 1 , , I-99, 1: l I - ,g A. -5 N ,J . 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I nr-l'z'r.I1Ilr111 'frrlrzry and TI'l'tl5lIIAl'I' HENRY HENDERSON CIAXR.-X IIIOOINS JAMES FIODIIES BIERYI, KAIIN BRIGIIAM I.AI"RAr:E LARRY DAVIS JACK HELLENOER ,IAMES L.XXL'.XS'I'IiR EIJVYARIP LITCHI-'IEI.D L.-XVYRENCE NEWMAN CHARLES MANN XVILLIAM PARKER FERDINAXD MASON SIMMONS PA'I'I'ERSON FRANCIS MCSORIIIQX' RAYMOND POLLOUK KENNETII MORRIS NOAII ROWE JOE NELSON EVELYN ROYAL JAMES VVAIJSWORYII EVELYN XVHITEORIJ CARL WILLIAM Glee Club OFFICERS MARY CPUERRANT. . ..... , , ,Pr-, ELIzAI:E'I'II D.-XII, , , , S,-ft,-I-fa,-y QIRACE MALLARD . . . , Tl'1'f1j1lI'g'l' AIEMBERS HUGH B.-XRROVV EIJNA CARPENTER ELSIE COOKE ANNIE FULCIIER P.-XL'I.INE HARVEY EVELYN HOIJOES S.-XLLII-I NICCLEES MARIE INACCLEES JOE NlCDANIEI. IIAROLO N1II.I.ER RU'I'II N1lI.LER :XXXABELLE PARKER LOCKVVOOD PATE -IOIIN STEVENS S.-XI.I.lE MAE RHODES DUIILEY SLHIAER IANXABELLE RYMAN N1ARC.XRE'1' SWINIYELL EDVVARD STEVVART CORRINNE TAYLOR TIIELMA TAYLOR LINA 'IQAYLOR MA RTHA VVILLLXMS EULA VVILLIS 45 'W W' -',.ao'1' wk CI AD"' O 1 65' v .5 9 I I lla?- F'-tv' an - A- ' I ' :Qp ':?': N on. yn v - ,.. - -1-dx 41' Q" " - , , - 1 . 'r , 0 z, ' 3,391 H0095-7' .Qc :N ' ' 4 -, 3 1 S' g , -- ' ' TF- di ' " I I . I -,vidrlzt - . - 'T' Th C ln, Nmeteen Twenty-eight 'ii 1 0 A ,wo n 4 x 'J O . L v' L '-. 01- ' - 3- - -- :I a ..-: 'Y PQ . ' ' -I-.f-ami' 95Q-525-3-""' ' , Qui!! A ' . . - . - X if- . -104 ..s Q1 1 X , I J . Hifi' 4 I ' ' N .I- ?1:1 il' C U I K fs. 'I " Q , A 'I-.0 , 44 'X 5 N J' 11, -ig nun . :.:i' Lal.. . 1 22911. " Q HMI f HISTORY CLVB f.ll1oQ'r'j HOME ECONOMICS flirlofwj 46 -.-- - - Q 1,-U jug ', I ,-"-.195-mil . . . .J 1-QQ.-w - - 1 ,yu fr' ' vu ,u,- 'r9I'l . "yy 02,9 .ul x Q . 5, - '- 3230. s Gaza? ,g . ' W . . . 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I RIIZAIBIERS fIVVAI.'l'NI2Y, XVIIIIANI IIAIIN, MEYER IIARIIISON, MARINER lIII,I,, JAMES HOIJION, EDVVIN IIURs'I', MAR'I'IIA LANSCIIE, BII,I,Y LAVVRENCE, rIxlIOMAS MCSORLEY, MARY Economics OFFICERS RIEMBERS HII.I., 1?I.I.EN KILELIRN, ANNIE IQILBURX, RUIII LANSCIIE, MARY MANN, SOPIIIA MCSORIYEY, ANNIE PACE MOIIN, MIRIAM MEADOWS, SARA MCDANIEL, MARY PARKER, JOY RAWLS, IRIS 47 . l'l'1'5fI11'l1l . . lin'-l'l'I'5IIlr'lll Sr'rr1'l11ry- TI'l'Il5I1l'l'l' II!-1'I.vrr Club Crilir MII,I.ER, ROY PARSONS, IEIIWAIIIY PI'I'I'MAN, I':VliI.YN RIIOIIES, ICI-'IfIE ROVVI-I, JAMES SIvII'III, ALEX XVARO, GEORGE VVIiA'I'llIiRSBlili, VIRGINIA VVIIEELER, N1II,IlRlill . . .I'rf.IiI1nIl . Srrrriary SMIIII EYELYN . SMIIII, GRACE S'I'AI,I.INGS, NLXRX' LOUISE SVVAIN, LOUISE FPAYLOR, :ALICE XVARU, I,YNE'I'I' VVAIERS, N1.XllIiI,INli XVEEKS, EIxI'I'II XVILLIAMS, BERNICE XVII,I,I.,XMS, LESLIE VVII,I,I.XMS, PALIINE XVINIIBERRY, BIERTIE I I -'7-SI-:qq'-an .1-: - aa 'A f '1l,.li?f, 'xg?5,a?,ui W-gyvzg,-C?e??,l1q 'H , . - 4 u, Q ., x " Q x ' gi . 5' ' -, S - 12 I ' . . . 1 ...K E ,gm-. ' I nes The C lo Nmeteen Twenty elght m lr., If I gx-,U L kf, ,s,. - 'b ' " ' 1 .s- ' ,T I-Q V - -OD , -I-'ins . Qsfgfggngup I 'xl-.fb - X ll 1 I , . C G. X - x 4 n , ' 0 ' 1 " n JM" 'I li 5 5 I E , '4":,.::..: 5: - '2l4uvv mu ' ,2X.J' ' - .-- 5 - ' .' . in 'x ,-"'Q,'1Z- I A 'An K s of -'tal .ally Ax lf... .v.5:Xh l nm 5 1 i JOURNALISTIC CLUB K.-Ibofvfj SCIENCE CLUB fliflofwj 48 I I f- --ex-'ugwgg -lc' D352 1 f ,'?l,'l:ff,ggQ::fwyr1.Q . -5-gi'og9q,T'C?,5Agx! Q x 1' Q mfg UQQD, '. ' 'I ., 0 axe 0 -nggs I I ,aqgu f. Q :QI , 153191.- I I V ' l i , l '-X The Cub, Nmeteen Twenty-exght ' s A 1 ' 7- K J a,.:,' IQ . -I 4 mu ' Jos: MCD,-xxucl, . . Joie SALEM ...... EI.liER'l' Haxmfusox JOHN GASKILL . . Jor: HUGHES ..,.. Lxxx BELL Tixymk ournalistic Club O1-'1-'lclans . . , . , . . . . .l'rr5i4lf'11l . ..... , l'iu'-l'r'r.riLIr11l , , .S'n'rrl11ry and Tl'l'll.fIlI'l'I' MEMBERS IELLHN HANCOCK IfI.RI'IR'I' HENDERSON IQVELYN Iloncrfs C'11,xR1.r:s MCDANHQL JOE MQDANHZL JOE SALEM IILIBPIRT Sxxwmxns Ci611CC OFFICERS - - - - - . . . . . Pl'1'5iff1'llI . . . lvic 1'-l'H'5iJr'lll . . .... Sz'1f1'lzlI'y JOHN SuL1.1vAx . . Tzwmmw JA M ES Cxsox MEMBIQRS IIL'nER'r RILISON MARc.fxRE'1' COLVXN FRANCIS FERFBIZIE XV,xLI..xCE SMITH C11LxRLL:s Roux Rum FULLER ROBERT S'luxLL1NGs JOHX G.xsKH,r, fIL'GII ISARROVV BILL CzVV.XL'I'NEY C'I1,xR1.r:s II.xLL IDLRWARU IIAXCDCK I.mx,xRn Hoax JOE ILIu:Hris J.-xmrzs KEWIIAM RALPH Incxm' FIXIIOMAS 1N1I'lClIl-II.I. Locxwoon PAH: 1,120 SMITH XVILLARD Saxmx R.-XLPII H. SM1'1'H Jmlx SL'LI.IV.XN I.1x.x BELL VIQAYLOR BILL XVHEELIZR MARTHA XVxLI.1.xMs BILL D.-xLfGHER'1'x' 49 10, If ,. 'Q 'eiwi A" f U .sy :Du ,'--tv: 'Qin . .m: . 'g ', f a. 11 Q . - - - . ,. . 1 4 'i - ' 1 flu' 'ff' f. -.qtosqnni 7-gu.X9q,, 6114-gum! , . . , ht 5 'I 5 ' , le' ' ' 1 . L 'Wig- ' 1, x - 11 : 1. . . . 1 - - . Z l' X The Cub, Nmeteen Twenty-elght ' "' ' X 1 K I x .P 1 ' IQ -- V 591 I no , K n,y,a. oc -N .ug-nf lm- lx., . iqmfnsz..- f """525'!113' :5 '53f'5""" I. -..swirl ' mu ' if-.J' ' I I - A use 1.2-in aft 1 N343 'Z '39 55. .QB Egg 'A,.A4am.- 'E - - Pythagorean Club OFFICERS THELN1.-x TAYLOR . . . . . . . .... . Prrxidrnf S.u.1,1E BROOKS . . ..... l'irr-Prr.wi.1,-111 SAME GASKINS . ...... . Smfrlzzry-Tl'v11J11n'r' Igllflllfj' .1J'z"i5u'5 MISS Run BI..-KCKXYEI,I3ER Mrss HOPE XVARO BIENIBIIR BANREER, JACK B,-x'1SEN1,xN, Sn: BOYD, :XXXIE BROOKS, LINA BROOKS, S.-xL1.1E CSASKIXS, SAOIE NIKE II.-xEmSON, RLTH S II,xRx'Ex', PAULIXE HL'c11ES, M,-xxx' L11.m', QQEXEVA NICCLEES, SALLIE NELSON, EUNOR P.x'1'TEN, CHARLES RYMAN, :XNXABELLE T.xx'I.0R, THELNIA 50 Qmlsdfq I xx ' ' " ' V' lst YQ rxq- um " "'f Y 1' DC 'sl' N , lil?- Q J F7-:o:'g'im' - t I 1 7 - .,'3s'-. ", -- ' .427 f' '-'- 1-.- . . . - . . - l'-X The Cuh, Nineteen Twenty-eight 'T' 1 , . . . .- 1 Q' Riirwifi 'Qi s ,n5:h"' -Nils'-,-1 gl 'fgsggi A -ge- K ox,-.IN ,x.. .1,4,, pr: pq, . I -Q'kf::s1..- fam" ':'i'13c9 mirsgk iw... -..iisir ffi H10 i ' Tin-1 S1f1N1oR Cnxss M, New BIQRN Hltill SCIIUUI. PRI-I5liN'lS SBTIIC l'131"I'I1 SCIIOOFS A 'l'HRlil5-Ac'1 Coivnim' Hx' Arlen DL'ieR lVlll,I.liR ,mn Rol:lfR'1 lVlll,'l'0N ltiiveu hy special arrangements with Samuel Ifreneh, New Yorkj T HE CAST .luxtin Brfvrlls ....... . . . . . Auto Salesman wiih Ideas Dafvid illlllffllifil' .... . , A Law Student Grorgr lioytf ....... An Expert Accountant .lim Simpkins ...... Tim Silnpkins . . ...... , ............. . . Twins who toil not and have never seriously considered spinning llomvr .lofnz . ..... . .... ...... .... , . Guardian of El ,ie Benedotts lilsir Brmulolls ....... President of the Senior Class M in Hays ........... VVho is loved and feared hy all Miss Curlis .................... . VVho is always trying to think well of the Senior Class Sally Boyd ............,....... Murirl Daugfily . . . lillzvl Slvrl-'vilz . . . Lillian Siafford . .llix fl14'l'z'i4'f ................... . ACT 1. Evening. The hoys' room on the top floor of :1 New York apartment ACT II. The Main Hall of the School. Srfm' 1. Noon. Sfflll' 2. About two weeks later. ACT III. The next morning. Violin selections hy Prof. Prunier and Miss Elsie Blalock hetween Acts "Conscripti0nists" between Acts I and II. I Dirrrtvd by MRS. D. C. GORDON SI . . jonx S'I'IiVIiNS . ICDVVARIJ S'l'liVV.XR'l' . CIIRXS HARKER . joe Mcllixxnzi. . LOCKVVOOIJ Pirie lfl,BliR'l' IIENIJERSON . Lcci' LEGA1,1,.us . ROSA Nmsorq Llxix Britt, 'IXn'1,oR . ISABEI, BRYAN . times lXfl.Xl,l..XRl7 El,lz.inE'1'n Nexx . lNlARIE lNlCCl,liliS . lX'lAR'l'llA IlL'Rs'l house. ll and Ill. The If 'Q x ' 2995: lil V422 - - -- 1 R '-fvsuq'-im 'W' ' M-- '- f ,cwlkfff :I - Qxlovlyvt- - v5q.a'o'9zr,, eyes' 3.1 y x ' 0 'hy .293 '- ' In z, I axe 0 . r nu - -':p:- .ai 2.- 1 1 1' I H Th 1 ,Et C b ineteen Twenty elght 1' , 'I -1 K3 54.4 0' 1 -nA , -,Eg ' J i " .gag ,.-, E am., L .as G4-3.22-I-W", . .Vt -if-1 - 1 su - e ll , - - GL Magid 'xv x ,uqlpll . pq 1 U "5 ug-Lg faq -1 .. ' :mb l :mm 's Goff -- 12: -'ffm' ' 4 QA! 0- ' ' l I: u. 1 M I kx l Q Liam, fy 11-, A ' 'V ' H31 . 5 ,., ,, 'Q I i ' 1 " ,Z xg. 1 f , 'XB 'Z v 'B Q f f S as 1' 4 ' 5 I fill 4 Q. 3, fl' 'Q 2 Q4 I if ' A .. ya X vi ,QE 1 " 1 f: neg -gg 3 N . a BRUIN STAFF 52 A J W X , -QV, v m Y 1, x 'D I I1 nl'-rrp' 0 5. , u ' 'Sc 1 .- U Q A 6 V '-'vf-ex f - I' 928. . P899 -j'Sx' '-in - , A3 1 ' l Qv v - - . .Q 5 R' I 'I' 'Q YQ' ' ' ' 1 " .Sf-'x NX 0 . ' Q' , Q it Y -. - I vi' , :,:- my li 1 n N Q .pq- X I ' 1 . nm l' T e C ln, Nineteen Twenty-elght ii E - U ' 9 . 2. ' - -' GQMO, 'lb iQ I i v Q-,Jgga s--,-R1l"".A Adriyifqe , 1 N K H, . . u 0, U gl '-pe-.agp I is .O ' ' h ll .. i 1.111 Q, X 15 . 4 0 4 I! 1.21: ,E ss. ' X H N-Jag' . ,Nix '51, ,, ,gig nu' I -Gif., ,:.lA' 9 I 2513- ' ' ' .1 hs I IV! I I Nl Mfhe ruin!! Staff Lucy LE G.TxL1,,x1s lfdilor-in-Clzirf ELSIE BLALUCK Clziff Alllllllflfl' Lows ANGIELL LIQHN STEVENS .elssistant Edilor Nmcs Editor ROBERT STALLINGS EVELYN PIODGES ,'15si.fta11l Edilor Social lfdilnr SIMMONS PATTERSQN Sport Edilor H L' BERT Smoxs Join' Edilor 53 . , . f---N, - g .m' - 'rv' -, 1 7-rt - ow- ,,,,-- ..,,w. xg:-,Tig-,gg-Q-f ' -' fweog Aww-225 " ' n ax u Huge I ' .1103- ',- .,-- 45310. 11 1?-.. N u ' - 1 I FL g 'Q 5 95:1101- ,. wh-P Y:te:2af f zhsu. -' - HMI ' UI' S111111Af Sri ...... Srzlzzrzlay E1'l'IliIIfj Pos! . Pojvzzfrzr .... 5vUllfllX Cvfllllfllllliflll . ljfilillfl'-1' Cjfllffllllllll . . Plzysifrzl Cvllffllfl' . . I7l1o1l1'1'11 P1'isI'1H1l . . ,1llll'l'it'Illl Boy . Jlotor Jlzzizlx . 11117 ..... Szmfwjwy Sfo1'i1',v . 131111111 flllilllllzi' . Jflfhffifs . . . Lifflv I"olK'.v . fl'l7t'l',1'!lf1llj',5 . Radio Nurs . 11'l1iz Bang . S111I.vl11111' . The C ln, Nineteen Twenty-eight -l' ""'!'0. .-EU! . If - ii:-n-V ,. ,-fl li 'B , I 0 A":0, 9 " LT. ' L" 'U : 4 Qs.-fggi' 'Z ' . ' !.:- , - Andes.: -l. - Magazine Store 54 . . . SIENIURS . . . . BRIDGE CLUII MARGARIZT CANNON . . . . RIISS JETER . . . hIoE HUGHES . CLAUDE SPRINGLE . . . ELSIE C0014 . . . CHARLES HALL HXIARTHA VVILLIAMS ILINA BELL TAYLOR . . .ANN CHURCH . JOE NICDANIEL . . FRESHAIEN . . COACH SWIFT . SALLIE AND -IQE . . MISS RowE . . .CHRIS BARKER . ELIIERT HENDERSON . REID FULLIER'S GRIN ', 0' 'O rl .Y FOI? 9953" NU' Q yx 9741.6 .15 s r,g 'mil ' w " 'Q-1-:, '-in I 1- -Q 1. r lu ',,1j., xc .- -15,1 I g 's J 'fe ,Q ,I mf .- Q N ,' , . ,. Q., . . ' -- , me W' -'93 - I I Jflibg- Ns- 1. ' 1 I I Q I I . . '- The Cub, Nmeteen Twenty-elght GE .3E li4.'3'x Q x x-NQJAZ1. ":::,4E 3gSY I I -'Q-u,..4:.. gm-f f-529' 10'l: f'v """'f -..mirf'- - - mu ' F 55 'H i7""'3.i9"i'bP .mr . as ' ' 1 plwqfqf 2, -'?3?w1nn." ' 'nigga ,pqpy Q55-,Q C - ' N 1 -, A . ap, ., -' 'v T f : x 11f"7?'. . . . . Ip 'eg. I , .1 gt ' K Cl A U P' 6 lll'-"' The Cub, Nineteen Twenty-eight i 1 1 elf C2 . I. 1 X .M lnyf-gl . 5 ,J 'mow 4f - ' " -Ula' ' e1:55'3"i'i ' ..'t'3F 'l X T-.11 ll- S ,x I :Ex ' I ' 4 A o 'a 5 lg. A , -, 1 u, :,...l:l: rs T x 5 ' gi ,H 2, '-, gp- A HQ. "Sag .X !:255Q 'e Dfw'-" "wi-'71 l r 1 'fl-qxh nm ' in Tr ' llll Nz? J QI I FOOTBALL TEAM, '27 fibowy BASEBALL TEAM, as fB6lo-'wj 56 "-19'1 'sis UWT' "533-". ' "73'Jf3gx'ox1'iv"'-' ' 'f"4'PXa:',v+K3Q-"9 ' ' ,s ...gui 'w9: ', ' fl "ao 'BTN .. ,, -'1'!.s I , :xgpn Ir- -. .... :nw- Th C ln Nmeteen Twenty eight iw. ,. ' g If F. .J--'S-9' - ' e. ' 5 , 1-' ANL, ' ' ' I, " Ex 'nu , L it '.,b- HQ, n I , 25 C59 Qgggggev -'tial--' ,. ,ggi ' H1 ws , ' ' ml . ...chi HN! X C ll il. ..T. I ' n ' 1 :E-X 'I ', n 1-nl sssz xx., 1 , 111 I ,A A ' 1 . .. . T h llarv Footla all. '27 e leading sport in N. B. ll. S. has been and always will be football. The greatest objective h is been and alwavs will be to trounce XVilrnington unmercifully. The rivalry of our team :Q between our bays and the New llanover lads is as keenly felt as that between Army and Navy, oir Xlle Its tl ttl uf ld ard and 'a gotten their lrish . .eems ia ie a ' u ose of gridiron we administered to them in '22 has up, and they really enjoy a hard-w on victory over our boys. Our tussle with them this year culminated in a score of 19-o. You'll have to gues- which team almost got a touchdown, but by some unlucky star failed. ln competing for honors with other teams we broke even. I mean our victories almost tallied our defeats. In the consolation series we dropped out to the tune of 12-6 in :1 hard-fought contest with the Hamlet bunch. Now, let us look at some of our victories. VVhen Greenville came down to pay us a visit, their goal line had not been crossed. The only score against them was a field goal put over bv a skillful VVilsonian. VVhen that proud bunch of fellows went home they had lost some of their superior airs, for they had dropped a hard-fought one to us at the price of 11-6. Smithfield was another who fell in our list of conquered. The LaGrange aggregation fought us doggedly to two tied scores, and finally won by a toss of a coin. Although we didn't win the Championship, Coach Swift and New Bern High School have a feeling of pride in the husky bunch of fellows, who stood for clean sportsmanship and fought with their last ounce of strength until the last minute of play, and then took defeat graciously when it was their share. LINE-UP jonN SULLIVAN . . . Right End jon Huonlis . . . . L,-ff End Blu. DAUcHER'rv . . . Rigllf Tzulelf RALPH Locker . . . llulflmfk HUBER1' Er.i.1soN KCJ . . Right Guam' Rox' Mniifk . . , llalflmfk Louis ANGELI. . . . . . . Cnzlfr jonx G.fysk11.l, . Quai-1,-rlmfk BIl,I.X' LANSCHE . . . Inf! Guard FRANCIS lfERl'IBliE . Fulllzarle VV1I.r.ARn Snxrox . . Lffr Tacklf Hiuuu' P.yrieksox . Manager s aseball. joHN SU1,r,1vAx .... ,,,, C ,,p,,,j,, Rorssier S'l'AI.I,lNGS . , , , jL1,m,,!,,f,- Vaxels SVVIFT . . Clllllfll RESULT OF CEAMES New Bern . . . ZQ Kinston . . . , 3 New Bern . . 43 VVashington . . 13 New Bern . . .tg Greenville . . . 8 New Bern . . SQ XVashington . , 6 New Bern . . 3Q Kinston . . . . , 5 New Bern . . 5g Scotland Neck . , 8 +New Bern . . QQ jacksonville . , , 7 NEW Bern . . QQ Kinston . . . . . 7 New Bern . . QQ Scotland Neck . . IS i'New Bern . . og jacksonville . , IO New Bern . , 53 Inqlymige . I ' 4 New Bern . 15 Kinston . . . . 4 ffNew Bern . . 8g jacksonville . , . 1 New Bern ............ 695 Opponents . . . 96 G ames won, 45 games lost, 9. XVinning percentage, .3o8. 'Non-Conference Games. 57 I ju' Q VY! ga 11 "' as lil A9955 C 'Fi I ' I 4 7-5v:,qg'gi y . N - v rl 1 n . : M, ' gsx ' - -:' " w?4:-or - 'A.5'a'91'x ff - ' '- o Q, Q 'a ' 5' I in ' LT- 4'f ' S . ' The Cub Nineteen Wenty elght ' x . ' 7 C: ' ll " x .1 0 " 'NE' I. -,, "lk s. 'rd . 3 -1 H -, ,.. . liqah it - , , glgulg. gt:-gg.,-u l , -.fi l.. T - 1 iii.. 1 - 1,113.4 .X A - 52, rbi., , .-' :jul L Ol: , 44. H s -.gg '- ' , il A ,ini 1 A ' " lqalb' .- .. 5 , , - . , U THE BASEBALL SEASON or 1928 From a viewpoint of the number of games won and lost, New Bern's 1928 season cannot be called a success, but it was far from a failure. Only four games were won out of the fourteen played, but new players were developed and should help form a great team for the next season. Ordinarily a team losing the first five or six games would become discouraged, but our team didn't become discouraged. VVe are proud of them for this. They showed they had grit and fighting spirit. The town people supported them, and supported them well. More people wit- nessed the games this year than any other year, with the possible exception of about the years of 722 and '23, when we had those great teams. Johnnie Sullivan, pitcher, was elected captain before the opening game. Harris and H. Styron alternated at first, Ferebee was back at secondg Patterson was on short, and C. Styron held down the hot corner. Gaskill, VVheeler, and Holton developed into a fine outfield, too. Ferebee was behind the bat and Sullivan and Ellison were the big guns of the pitching staff. ' The Highs opened the season with a loss to Kinston by the score of 3 to 2. Evidence of 'fstage fright" was noticed in the locals. Next the locals journeyed to VVashington, only to get the short end of an 18 to 4 score. Wash- ington enjoyed a "slug-fest" throughout the game, never giving New Bern a chance. Then came four more losses. Greenville defeated us, 8 to 4, and for the second time Wash- ington beat us, 6 to 3. The next game was with Kinuton, and the Highs couldn't get to the offerings of Faulkner, Kinston's mound ace, with the result that we were on the short end of a ' to score. VVe then lost a hard-fou ht ame to Scotland Neck, 8 to . J 3 SC EC 5 VVe at last broke into the winning column by a victory over jacksonville, 9 to 7. New Bern seemed to have found what the willows were for, with the result that the opposing pitchers were knocked all over the lot. The New Bern boys next journeyed to Kinston to defeat the Lenoir lads by the tune of a 9 to 7 score. Ellison pitched good ball and deserved a victory. VVe then lost a heart-breaking affair to Scotland Neck, I5 to 9. VVith the game apparently sewed up, the locals went up in the air, with the result that we lost the ole ball game. The locals journeyed over to jacksonville, only to suffer a setback, IO to 6. A rally in the last stages of the game failed to turn the tide of victory. The New Bern team bested LaGrange in a thirteen inning affair, 5 to 4. It was the best played game of the season for the local team. Seemingly beaten 4 to 2, New Bern came back in the last half of the game, then went by scoreless until the last half of the thirteeenth, when our boys scored a run, which ended a fine game. New Bern journeyed to Kinston to get revenge for two previous defeats, but were turned back, 4 to 2. VVe then climaxed our season with a victory over Jacksonville, 8 to 1. This game was featured by the heavy hitting of the New Bern Boys. just watch our smoke next year! 5 ' N v 'Ut I i ,---:.-, - i .m:' 123-'-. I , "'1gO?:rg!gQxya?yv1.- ' 'iniil' 1 ' 'i 1.21308 Asa 5:9 ' ,Egan l I Jfqjs. " ' F' .' HQ- , ' A Ei, L s I Nl Cub Nineteen wenty eight I. o 'f A fp, 1. :no I -., .4 ,E- -qiiula, 5 A- --Sing!! 1 A It :f-X .i- X The , I - .l-1 .1 - ,, 4 t , l . ya 1 Q' . ' :Ye 4, 1 ,ga . --1 ALM., ,' -'QL 2103: - 'I .-- sv. ' . Pl : ll -., - S" ton- l "eh-0 G - Q-fx '- ' . A . -Vg' I ' 'H 'Al' 1-1- ' 1. J h ,,, , , I 11-me ll r .' -li' , f ill! .lid "' .H Irwin-L f Wil lon-11' AQ ir 'T"'iL"'K Irrit- 11 r gm. 1 4 . Q' k.... ff?-A-22 L, n 7 Bi""'4i Y., , Q'-'fl' Boysi Basketball The year of '28 has been filled with keen interest in athletics. This interest was manifested very much in the efforts of the boys to make a strong basketball squad. Our usual line-up w 'is greatly disrupted by the graduation of several stars in '27, and the disqualification of several plax ers from the sophomore and junior classes. Coach Swift developed from the large squad that re ported for practice a very efhcient team that kept teamwork and clean sport above the desire of "shining" and trying to put something unfair over on the other fellow. Our team was not in its best form during the season. The latent possibilities of the younger members of the squad promise something rare and unusual in the way of basketball next year Here's a wish for success to the team of '29. May they hold up the standards '28 leaves untar nished, as we received them and left them. LINE-Ll? Gaskiu. . . . . . Forfa-ard KE'rC1e1AM . Forfward SULLIVAN . . Crntrr Holxrox . . . Guard FEREBEE . . . . Guard SMITH . I"ar1u'ard Er,I,1s0s: . Forfward Locker . . Cnzlrr VVHEELER . . Guard Hruuus .... . . Guard HARRY PATERSON . . Manager 59 i ,U If "'A'0"f fff'wsIEla'--'l- C afrx I 8 nts '.-- i . - , .- 4 1 fY'oQ iz' i -Q . qv- f. I ,Qu ffr " , Us' 1yn.' ' 'pqg I" -1 -TE Q Q, li , N 1 3, ' JSQQI 1 Ola,-.' Gr , -- . 5, s 4 -. ox, .' I 4 - v s 2-I, ,t Q ' Q I U I- I' l" The C b, Nineteen Twenty-eight Q' ,' i Jun, un?-0, 'll gl ggzg- W . ' ' - ""-7qg0' 7s1T3f:.ES'i"" aquifg - sl - . -' -g ' inn E l 'll l.. l. .1 . . 1 I A 0 z z al . . F - . Z q . I 1 -y - -1 , A f . - 1 - "'el?a'Plx -:fire -Pom., If: -at" ' 4 . u .2 u ' . 4119.4 I Q at - gxf ' nm , I 'E f l I 5-,,,..f Girls' Basketball, Q28 The girls' basketball team played fifteen games, losing eight, tying one, and winning six. The team did not find itself until near the close of the season, but finished in such a way as to convince the fans that we will have a real team next year. VVe had our first practice after Christmas at the Farmers' VVarehouse. Coach Jeter had a task in selecting a team from green material, and particularly in the selection of a center. Amy VVilliams proved a steady, capable center, and will be with us again next year. Elizabeth Lan- caster was high scorer, and will be back. Mary McSorley, acting as captain for most of the season, ran the team well. VVe will miss Mary next year. Sallie Pat Kafer, captain, was out of most of the games, hut played well at the first of the season. Three of the fine first string guards will be hack-Ann Church, Helen jackson, and Elsie Cook. janet Hollister and Caroline Davis played the guard position well, and we are sorry to lose them. Nina Lupton substituted capably as forward. The members of the squad were: EI,IZABE'I'H LANCASTER ..... Forward FRANCES DAVIS . Forward JANET HoI,I,Is1'ER . . . . Guard RosAI,IE SMITH . . Guard AMY wVu,1,1,xMS , . . Forfward Axx CHURCH . . Guard MARY McSoRI,Ey , . . Forfward EI.sIE Cook . . . Guard NINA I,UP'roN . . . .Fort-ward CAROLINE DAVIS .Guard EI,IzAI3E'I'H TJUI-'I-'Y . . . For-ward SARA MEADOWS . . Guard NEUJE fl11ADVV1Cl-Q , . . Fonward CTRACE SVVINSON . Guard f--tru 'eg lflf - 'i3,'-- 1 f ,'?3l::rg!?ov:qa?yn-- - -isliq.g9g"'?c?f5gu.11',N u 0 'g P ff l " 1' 9. 4 I fn'-Q ' ' ' ion-xx ,IC','.:- . I N s - 5.1, 'Q 1 r 1-1 M . . l 'X The Cub, Nineteen Twenty-eight . I -'W-vm..- im-f 6212.02 swsife """,' -..iisirff ih IIN Jokes : "Sallie Pat, did you ever see Cologne Cathedral?" 1 "No, ma'am." Miss J.: "Did you ever see a picture of it?" S. P.: "No, ma'am." Miss "I thought so: there is one in today's lesson." Miss Jeter Sallie Pat Mr. Shields lreading a joke about himself in the Cullj: "Huh! Next time I say something I'll keep my mouth shut." ik ie fe James Hill lat railroad stationl: "Ticket to New York-single." Bill Daugherty loverhearingb: "Ticket to Coney Island-married." "Dear Miss Dunlap: Kindly excuse Lockwood's absence yesterday. He fell By doing the same you will greatly oblige his mother." Miss Blackwelder lto plane geometry classjz "VVe are now going to study abou in the mut t the locus." Kind Old Lady Visitor fentering door with Mr. Shieldsh: "Oh, a biology class!" Mildred Chadwick Cat Shaw'sJ: "Say, if that had been me, I'd have left the biggest ice cream cone for you." Lib Nunn: "VVhat's the matter, Mildred? Ain't I got it?" Louis Angell: "VVell, I showed up the teacher before the whole class today." Harry Paterson: "I-Iow?" L. A.: "She asked me for Lincoln's Gettysburg address, 'n' I told her he never lived there Oh, you should have heard the class laugh then!" Sk W Miss Boston was hearing a lesson on description of snow. "As you walk out on day and look around you, what do you see on every hand ?" "Gloves," was the reply. Chas. Hall: "I can't find any clothes for my scarecrowf' a cold winter Ruth H.: "I'se some of the fancy things the neighbors' sons brought home from college." Chas. Hall: "I'm trying to scare the crows-not make them laugh." Miss Enochs: "Johnnie, why were you late to class? Didn't you hear the bell?" Johnnie Gaskill: "Yes'm, but mama told me not to believe all I heard." Flea Qto elephant getting out of the arkj: "Don't shove me, big boy." it ak as Edward: "You should see the new altar in my church." Lucy: "Lead me to it." if as ee Louis had completed his First day at school and had climbed upon his Dad his impressions thereof. "VVell," said Mr. Angell, "how do you think you will like school?" VVhereupon the countenance of Louis took on a most serious expression. "To tell the holiest truth, Dad," he answered, "I believe I've started something idea vi Have you given the goldfish fresh water today, Janet ?" No, mother, they haven't finished that I gave them yesterday, yet." 61 father's knee to giye I can't finish I F'-swag'-im m: - 32,2 1 f p1p.l:.ff,gg.:goa?yr4i W4lilvH?TTq:g'qQ 5' s s .af ', 0 f Q ' 71 51.08 sf ' .u gags I I prep.. 'l K v, s - ggllq' t . V . -11 - - - 1,- - - The Cub, Nmeteen Twenty-eight QI .---ax? 1 . ...H 'i . f.iG2'f-. '91 Q. 1M5EWf wwf sixHHaEwlWb nik I iihftasav.. ima? 3552209 is'65ES"iwb.. -..:s5P5' , H, - JQQJ- ' lm " Jokes lNIartha VVilliams: "I have so much corre- spondence. The letters are just rolling in." Sallie Pat: "Huh! Must be circular letters." joe Mc. certainly does sing soothingly. Last night at the concert my foot actually went to sleep. I.ib Nunn lin Latin clasy, translatingl: "The armed soldiers stood upon one hand and sat down on the other." Rosa: "The girls of today are getting younger all the time." Grace: "Yes, I suppose they will be dying with infantile paralysis instead of old age." Man is made of dust: along comes a girl with a hose, and his name is mud." Trave'ler: "Close that window, it's cold outside." joe Mc.: "Do you think it will get warm outside if I close it?" Sam Bateman: "There-'s only one way to turn my stomach." Iilsie Cooke: "How's that?" Sam: "Put something to eat behind me." Harold: "Do you know the girls in Holland wear wooden shoes?" l,ib N. Chaving danced with himl: "I sup- pose it's a safety device." Ma'ret: "You say you'd do anything for me?" llarry. "Yes, dear." Ma'ret: "Then make love to Mildred and let me cut her out." Clarence: "Oh, I love Kipling, don't you?" Mary T.: "I don't know, how do you liiple?" Mrs. Miller Cas Harold plays cornetl 2 "Are you fond of music ?" Polite Guest: "Oh, yes, indeed. But pray don't stop him on my account." Eo1ToR's VVORRIES iv Hubert: "VVhere do you get all your jokes? Ham: "Oh, I just pick them out of the air." Hubert: "VVell, get some fresh air." I,ina: "Is the horn broken?" Monkey: "No, it's just indifferent." Lina: "How's that?" Monkey: "It just doesn't give a hoot." Ham: "VVho made this fancy ink well?" Louis: "Search meg I didn't even know it was sick. SCENE AT SUMMER SCHOOL Prof.: "Have you read the outline for to- day?" Miss Enochs: UNO." Prof.: "Have you read the topics?" Miss Enochs: "No." Prof.: "VVell, what have you read?" Miss Enochsz "I have red hair." "VVot you doin', chile?" "Nothin', mammyf' "My, but yo' is gittin' like yo' father!" Sallie Pat: "VVhat is steam ?" Martha H.: "VVater crazy with the heat." Doctor: "VVhat did you do with the pa- tient's temperature?" Nurse: "Gracious! I left it in the ther- mometerf' Miss Jeter: "VVho discovered America ?" Sallie Pat: "Ohio," Miss J.: "No, Columbus discovered Amer- ical' S. P.: "Yes'm, Columbus was his first name." Ben Harker: "I'm sorry." Elizabeth Scales: "I know it." Heggar: "Kind sir, will you give me a dime for a bed ?" 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