New Bern High School - Bruin Yearbook (New Bern, NC)
- Class of 1929
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Miss Lizzie Hancock
In sincere appreciation of her interest in
the school, her keen sense of humor, her ability
to radiate good cheer by her Winsome smile
and her fineness of character, we affectionately
dedicate this volume of
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OLA ANDREWS .
FRANK ALLSTON .
MAISIE BOOKHARDT .
SARA DILL .
MARY ENOCHS .
OCTAVIA JETER .
LOUISE MOORE .
MRS. W. J. OVERMAN
JANIE PEARCE . .
LAURA ROBERTS .
BLANCHE ROWE .
VANCE E. SWIFT . .
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THE CUB STAFF
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AMY WILLIAMS .
MARY MADARA . .
EDITH CARPENTER .
RUTH MILLER . .
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In memory of our fhrieml cznd classmate,
DURHAM STALLINGS, who died suddenly of
przhezmzonzkz in our freshnzahn year in High
School. May his fine manly qualities newer
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Senior Class O cers
ROBERT STALLINGS . . President
LAWRENCE PATTEN . . Vice-President
JAMES KETCHAM Secretary
HELEN JACKSON . . Treasurer
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RUTH LEE ANDERSON
"N11cz'ess will i-roirn her 1'ffm'ls."
English Club, '2+i: French Club, '20,
Ruth has a combination in her nature of a
sweet disposition, a quick thinking brain and a
staunch perseverence-all the qualities essential
to success. And why shouldn't she be successful
as long as there's need for French teachers?
MILDRED ESTELLE BIDDLE
"So earnest in her zroric and fun.
We knou' not half the imrlr she's done."
English Club, '26: Latin Club, '2T: Drunmtic Club, 128: Drama
Guild, '29: Secretary for Girls Hi-Y Club, '29,
If any one hides her light under a bushel
basket it is Mildred. One never would guess to
hear ner modest talk that she is one of our best
and most dependable students. But best of all
she has a sunny disposition and is a valuable
friend. She should go far in any undertaking.
"A friend in need is fl friend imleerI."
Civics Club, '26: English Club, '2T: Pythagorean Club, '2S:
Glee Club, '28: Traveler Club, '29,
Well you all know, that's Annie. Take your
troubles to her, she will say, "Keep it to your-
self." She is a very capable girl and is willing
to do all that she can when she is called upon by
her class. She plays the piano well and everyone
thinks that she'll probably be a great musician
some day. And her voice, well, you should hear
it. It makes you know how to appreciate real
singing and playing to hear her.
SARAH AUGUSTA BRANDT
"A spirit kind and bright
With something of angelic light."
English Club, '26: Latin Club, '27: Basketball, 'Ll9: French
Who is that girl who throws such baskets in
basketball? Who is that coming across the campus
with tennis shoes across her shoulder? Who is
that quiet girl over there? Oh! that's our star
jump center-fand how she can jumplj
Good luck and best wishes to our
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EDITH ELIZABETH CARPENTER
"Shes gentle. she is shy. but she has mischief in
English Club, '2fi: Latin Club, '27: Student Council, '27-'29:
Reporter to Bruin, '28: Secretary National Honor SO-
ciety, '29: Secretary French Club, '29: Assistant Man-
ager of Cub, '29.
Edith is "sorta" quiet, but like all still waters
she runs deep. She is a lovely combination of
good looks and brains, together with neatness,
studiousness, friendliness and willingness to join
you in anything that's going On. This makes her
one of the most lovable members of the class of
JAMES LANDRETH CASON, JR.
"Laugh cmd be merry:
Better the world with a song."
English Club, '26: Science Club, '2T: Football, '28: Hi-Y Club,
'2fl: Football, '29: "Am I Intruding?", '29.
Jimmy is always ready to help a friend or do
a favor for anyone. He is thoughtful, straight-
forward, honest, accommodating, and sincere. The
class ot '29 wOn't forget
ANN BROCK CHURCH
'-'Variety is the spice of life."
English Club. '2G: Latin Club, '2T: "Mousetrap", '2T: Student
Council, '26, '?.8: Secretary Of Dramatic Club, '28:
"A Pair of Lunatics", '2R: Marshal, '28: Drama
Guild, '29: Basketball, '27, '28, '293 "Help Yourself",
'2!l: Subscription Manager for Bruin, 29.
Ann was voted "best all 'round" by the Seniors
and well she might be, for who can surpass her
combination of attractiveness, popularity and bas-
ket-ball ability? When there's any excitement in
school we all know that Ann is back of it some
way, and in History class when we hear a little
groan we -know she has just been asked another
question about the location of the Carribean.
ELSIE WYMAN COOK
"To look af her youfd hardly think she was a
Basketball, '26, '27, '28, '29: "The Mousetrap", '2T2 Cheer
Leader, '28, '29: Dramatic Club, '28, '29: Marshal, '28:
"Am I Intruding?", '29: "Help Yourself", '29.
Elsie is about the snappiest, sportiest female
that ever struck New Bern High School. She is
a real basket-ball hound and there's just bound
to be excitement in any Ole game she plays in.
Add to her athletic ability, plenty of good looks
and a magnetic personality then yOu'1l know what
we are trying to say.
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THOMAS HOWARD DAVIS, JR.
"Rather be Iafr' than nr'rr'r."
Cub Football, '26: Basketball, 'L!T: Baseball, '28, 'ZEN Senior
Literary Club, '2ll: Football, '29,
Tom is one of those quiet boys who are always
willing to do something mischievous. He is pop-
ular with the girls and especially at the baseball
games, he can be found sitting in the grandstand,
side a most ardent rooter. Here's hoping you
luck as a civil engineer and may you build a
bridge across the Atlantic as your smallest accom-
GRACE ISABELLE DEPPE
"ft tall blue-vyfvl blonde
Of whom u'e're all very fond."
English Club, '26, ':!T: Literary Club, '29,
Grace has a genial, happy disposition. Sbe's
neither very quiet nor is she loud, just a happy
medium. She hates debt but is fond of a "Bill."
When there's fun to share you will find her al-
ways there. She takes what luck sends her and
never worries. She is a fine typist and we all
know she will make a successful stenographer.
IIcrc's to your success-
ELIZABETH WOLFENDEN DUFFY
"I never trouble trouble till trouble troubles mv."
English Club, '2Ij: History Club, '2T: Scion:-c Club, '2T:
Dramativ Club. T581 Assistant Marshal. '2tl: Drama
"Lib" is one of the fairest members of our
class as she is also one of the most popular.
"Lib" takes things just as they come and "meets
reverses with a song." Does "Lib" like to talk?
Every one knows the answer. We know that
you'll succeed because you have that pleasing per-
sonality called "It,"
FRANCES BURTON FEREBEE
"A man of might-is a man of right."
Cub Football, '24, '25: Sub Football, '2ti: Sub Baseball, 'tlic
Football. '27, '28, '29: Basketball, '27, '28, '29: Base-
ball, '27, '28, '2it: Captain Football, '29: "Ain I ln-
truding?", '29: Vice-President Class, '2S: Student
Council. '27: Debating Club, '2!l: Science Club, '28.
Imagine a team of any description without a
Ferebee-especially Francis. When Francis, with
his pep, enthusiasm, and splendid sportsmanship,
steps out to meet a foe, we are pretty sure of vic-
tory. We regret that this season ends his athletic
career in N. B. H, but we know he will soon be
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SARA JULIA FoscUE
"lu height .she is minus.
In quality she is plus.
Just as she is. suits us."
English Club, '25, '26: Dramatic Club, '28, '29.
Julia is one of our little girls, but her knowl-
edge is not to be compared with her size, for great
minds in small bodies are oft found. She has a
Winsome personality and somewhere tucked away
is a romantic tinge. Julia is a true friend in
trouble as well as in fun, always ready for a
good time. She is very serious at times, especially
during tests. Loyalty, cheerfulness and pep makes
her a lovable classmate.
SADIE MAE GASKINS
"Rare compound of quality. noble and true.
With plenty of sense and good humor. too."
Student Council, '27: English Club, 'ZTZ Pythagorean Club,
'28: French Club, '29.
The casual observer might call Sadie a very
quiet, dignified girl, but to know her well is to
change one's mind completely. Her friends know
her to be full to the brim of life and fun. One
would have to go far to find a truer and better
friend than Sadie. All of us admire and respect
her, and will always be glad to remember her as
HENRY LEN GIBBS
"Eat. drink. and be merry. for tomorrow you may
Freshman Basketball, '26, '27: Football. '2T: Forum, '273
Dramatic Club, '28: Drama Guild, '293 "Am I Intrud-
Life for Len was always a thing to be con-
sidered lightly. In fact he took such pains to
enjoy his school life that it took us until his
Senior year to find what a good actor he was, but
once discovered, don't think he didn't shine in
our Senior play! We're wishing him his long
and merry life full of good luck, plenty of smiles
and few hard knocks.
ROBERT WILLIAM GRAY
"Life is just one 'whoopee' after another."
Student Council, '28: Dramatic Club, '28, '29.
Robert is full of fun and glee. He is quite
an asset to the commercial classg if he isn't clean-
ing the boards, he is making us laugh. Robert
is quite the student. We feel sure that he will
meet with success in the business world.
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JAMES COLEMAN GUTHRIE
"Leave silence to the saints, I am. but human."
"Help Yourself", 'ZEN "Am l lntrurling", 'ZEN Dramatic
Club, '28, '29: "Jazz and Minuet", '28: Football, 'ZSC
"Jimmie" is one of our most popular boys and
one of our best dancers, whoopeel A play is never
complete without him, because of his poise and
ability as an actor in any part. He is well liked
by the class of '29, In whatever he undertakes
during life's brief span, we wish him great
RUBY LEE HALL
"She is one on whom one may safely depend."
English Club, '26: French Club, '29.
Ruby never hurries, but when she finishes any-
thing you may be sure it is O. K. It is seldom
that you see a girl with an even temper and sweet
disposition like that with which Ruby is blessed.
She is to be found in the front ranks of all her
classes. We predict success for Ruby in whatever
MILDRED BETTINA HAMILTON
"Dependable should have been her middle name."
English Club, '26: Latin Club, '2T: Dramatic Club, ':Z8:
"Jazz and Minuet", '28: Drama Guild, '29: Triangular
Debate, '29: Business Manager of the Cub, '29: Member
of Judicial Committee, '29: Member of Girls Hi-Y, '29,
Mildred represents the "Heart's Desire" of him
who wants a sweet, pretty little Miss. A girl who
paints pictures and sews dresses equally as well,
a girl who is a business manager without par, and
a debater whose reasoning is logical and delivery
forceful. All her classmates love the Mildred
whom we can trust to make money for our plays,
manage our annual, and best of all, to remain
true to our friendships. That's
DURWARD WORTH HANCOCK
"He'll find a way."
The Forum, 'ZITI Science Club, '28, Senior Literary Society, '29,
A jolly good pal, who always wears a smile-
except when he's laughing. Durward is a good
sport, and has added lots of life to our class. He
believes you can get there just as quickly by
taking your time. We shall miss him very much.
The class of '29 wishes you success in whatever
you undertake to do.
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NAoM1 MARGARET HARDISON
"The worldis' no better if we worry.
Lifes no longer if we hurry."
Chemistry Club. '27, '28.
One would have to go far to find a truer and
better friend than Naomi. Being of a jolly and
lovable nature she has won many friends in New
Bern High. Although she has only been with us
one year, she has been a welcome addition to the
class of '29.
JOSEPH EARL HARPER
"Modest is a great virtue"
Our best wishes are with you, modest young
man. Your qualities are right for success.
WILLIAM BERNARD HARRIS, JR.
"A bold. bad man." with the ladies.
Hi-Y, '26, '2T: English Club, '2li: Lee Class, '27: Forum, '11T.
Student Council, '27: Dramatic Club, '28: Drama
Every time you see Bill you wonder who his
latest is, but he always comes back to a certain
curly-haired lady. He seems to have a way of
saying the unexpected and sending the whole
class, teachers included, into peals of laughter.
One thing sure, everyone likes
"Eut. flrinlr. and be merry. for tomorrow you may
Travelers Club, '29: Football, '29.
Frank is one of the real boys in the Senior
Class. But with that innocent look of his, he got
away with more things than many of us do. We
do not know what his ambition is, but we are
Sure that with his determination he will succeed.
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ELIZABETH SARAH HERITAGE
"7'rtll.'ing1, she lcncu' not what, nor carcrl not Irby."
French Club, 'ESL
Elizabeth is never serious, and how can she
be when she is the wittiest girl in the Senior
class? She is determined to do what she wants
to and if she says she'll try to do a thing she
usually succeeds. When others grumble and com'
p'ain, turn to Elizabeth with her "ever ready smile
and words of cheer, as usually we see her laughing
and enjoying life."
MINNIE EVELYN HODGES
"'1'o those who know thee not, no icorrls can point:
and those who know thee, Icnou' all :cords are
English Club, '2ti: Latin Club, '2ti: Bruin Reporter, '2ti:
Marshal. '2G: Student Council, '27: Assistant Editor
Bruin, '28: Editor of .lunior Edition. 'ZSL Marshal,
'ZSZ .lournalistic Club, '28: Glee Club, 'ZSI "Jazz and
Minuet", '28: State Dramatic Contest, '28: Student
Council, '29: Secretary Judiciary Committee, '29: Dra-
matic Club, '29: "Ani l Intruding", '29: President
Honorary Society, '2Sl: "Help Yourselt"', '290: Presi-
dent Hi-Y, '29,
After saying how faint any words are in de-
scribing Evelyn it seems foolish to try to tell what
a peach of a girl she is, but as she is one of N. B.
H. S.'s most renowned actresses, as she can "bus-
iness manage" in a really business-like way, as
she is as smart in school as she is good fun out,
and as she is popular with teachers and pupils
alike, why attempt to describe
MARY ELIZABETH HUGHES
"Not too serious. not too gay. just a good sport in
Pythagorean Club, '28: French Club, '29.
Although Mary has not been with us all of our
high school days, we find her one of our best
students. Everybody likes her for she is always
ready and waiting to help anybody. We know
her by her cheerful smile and we are sure she will
succeed in anything she attempts. Here's wishing
great luck and much success to
HELEN FRANCES JACKSON
"God made her-then los! the pattern."
Student Council, '26: Basketball, '26, '27, '28: President Class,
'27: "Mousetrap", '2T: President Class, '28: Assistant
Manager of Bruin, 128: Treasurer Class, '29: Candy
Stand, '28, 'tiflz Vice President of Hi-Y Club, '29:
Dramatic Club Critic, '28: Drama Guild, '29: Latin
Club, '27: Manager of Bruin, '29: Declamation, '2ti.
Here is a girl who is capable, true to a purpose
in life, energetic and dependable. She is also a
good sport, attractive, and popular. Whether its
class activities, club programs, Hi-Y meetings, or
a party with the 400, Helen holds her own. To
say she is an all 'round good girl is putting it
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"He was gentle and the elements so mired in him
that all nature might stand up and say, 'Here
is a nzan.'."
English Literary Club, Latin Club, Dramatic Club, HiY,
High School Orchestra: Dramatic Club, '27, '29.
Ernest is studious, but not too studious. His
grades in his four years in N. B. H. S. are ex-
cellent and he deserves much credit for his ability.
Whatever he may undertake in 1ife's short journey
we wish him the greatest possible success.
LOUISE ELEANOR JONES
"Be true to your word. your work and your
President of Eighth Grade: English Club, '26, '27: Glee Club,
'26, '2T: Student Council, '2T: Dramatic Club, '28:
Secretary Drama Guild, '29: "Help Yourself", '29,
Quiet? Well, she isn't a talking machine.
Studious? Nothing different. Slangy? Not in
the least, though this beginning might leave such
an impression. If you leave anything to Eleanor,
you can depend on her to do it. That's why she
was elected our most dependable girl. She is
talented in dramatics as well as art, and we have
found her a valuable asset to the class of '29.
Here's luck to you,
JAMES FRANKLIN KETCHAM
"Ambition should have been his middle name."
English Club, '2ti: History Club, '2l': Science Club, '28:
Student Council, '27, '28: Hi-Y, '28: Class Secretary.
'27: Class Treasurer, '28: Class Secretary, '29: Basket-
ball, '28: Monogram, '28, '29: Debating Club, '29.
Who is that handsome boy that can play basket-
ball like a professional? That's "Jimmie" Ket-
cham. "Jimmie" is a friend in all the athletic
games. In his classes he is a student of no mean
ability. James is an all 'round good sport and he
is willing to make the period bell sound a little
early if you are in trouble. Although James has
only been with us during our high school days, he
has proved himself a very valuable addition. The
class of '29 wishes you success.
ELIZABETH AUGUSTA LANCASTER
"Nicknames--how I abhor them."
English Club, '26: Latin Club, '27: Dramatic Club, '28:
Basketball, '28, '29g Drama Guild, '29: Treasurer
Our basket-ball star, Elizabeth is usually a
quiet, meek appearing person-but if you want
to see her "riled," call her "Gussie!" However,
she's a good old sport and a tried and true friend
-one whom we all enjoy and wish to keep.
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"Boys, howflyl What town is fhis."'
l'Ql't'Slllllilll Literary Society, '25: Senior Literary Society, '2H:
Home El'Oll0lllll'S Fashion Show, '261 English Ulub, '27,
Who is that? Why that's Sarah Lane, one of
the best sports in New Bern. Sara's a real enter-
tainer, and if you want to have some fun at your
parties just ask Sarah. To look at Sarah's pic-
tures one would think she is serious, but not so
you can tell it. She has proved her skill in typing
and shorthand. We wish you the best ever as a
WILLIAM JOSEPH LANSCHE
"Life sings through his blood
And puts old cares to rout."
English Club, '2li: History Club,
Football, '27, '28, '29.
Billy is one of our best!
player and he sure knows
pigskin. And good-looking?
and those eyes! He likes a
We wish him lots of
'2S: 'l'ravel Club, '29:
He's a good football
how to handle the
Oh! boy, that hair
certain girl so very
good luck in every-
"Life is merry. life is gay.
She takes it all in a joking way."
English Club, '26, '2T: Dramatic
Club, '28, '2!l: Student
"Icky" is a good sport, she fits in anywhere.
If there's anything exciting happening, Icky sure
will be first there. She is full of good sense and
good humor, too. She's just a good sport clear
through. All these things help to make up our
RALPH GLEN LOCKEY
"All great men are flying.
I l107l'l feel well myself."
Student Council Vice-President, '28, '29: Science Club, '2S:
Drama Guild, '29: Football, '28, '29: Basketball, '28, '2El.
Ralph is one of our "shining lights" and a
boy that every one admires. His sunny smiles
and cheerful disposition have won many friends
for him. He is a good sport and a lively com-
panion. He has a leaning towards the fairer sex.
We wish him luck in whatever he may try.
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"Any color so long as its Red."
Student Count-il, '2ti: Eighth Grade English Club. '26: Latin
Club, 'ZTZ Dramatic Club, '28, '29: Basketball, '28, '29:
lllee Club, '28, '29g Girls Hi-Y, '29: Candy Stand, '29:
"Ani I Intruding?", '29: Help Yourself, '29: National
Honor Society, '29: Assistant Manager Junior Edition
Nina's the kind of a girl who will have a good
time wherever she is, in school or out. She was
our fastest basket-ball player and besides is al-
ways ready to take a swlm, go for a ride, or play a
game of tennis with you. .lust a plain, good sport
and a true friend is
MARILYN IRENE MADARA
"Two of the fairest stars in all the heavens-llel'
Assistant Editor Cub, '29: President Debating Club, '29:
Secretary Student Count-il, '29: Member Judiciary Conl-
lnittee. '29: "Am I Intruding?", '29.
Although she has only been with us one year,
when we look at Mary's list of achievements, we
often wonder how we got along without her.
Whenever you can't find her you just know she's
riding, so hang around the main drag awhile and
you can't miss her.
GLADYS EVELYN MALLARD
"Tile most valuable things are often found in
tilee Club, 'IZSI French Club, '29: "Help Yourself", '29.
That short sentence describes Gladys perfectly.
She is small bllt she in always ready with a smile
or a helping hand whenever either is needed.
Gladys is blessed with a disposition that every-
one ellvies. She is always smiling and everyone
likes to have her around.
There are bricks to build.
There are bricks to tllrozv.
But the best of all brieks
Is the brick lee lcnolr.
lfontlmll, '2u, '27, '28, '29: Baseball, '20, '27, '2s, '29: sec-
l'rlZll',Y and 'frealsurer Debating Club, '29.
Who's that good-looking boy? That's Roy. On
the baseball team he excelled as a tielder, and on
the football team he took a great many bumps,
but with a smile and grit that won. Roy is a
"thing" with the ladies 'cause they always fall for
his curly hair and blue eyes. Good luck, Roy, we
know you'll be a success.
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"ll'f'rIrIing helix soon will ring."
Student Counril. '2N: Ilmliiantii' Vluh, '2S: lilvl- Vluli, '2.i.
lirunm Guild, '2Sl.
Ruth is a very capable girl. In all activities
you will find her there and willing to do her part.
When she has a Certain idea in view, look out,
she's going to win! Is she pretty? Well! I
should say so. We never call on Ruth to draw
without her showing a thorough willingness to
do all she can, Here's to Ruth and art.
WILLIAM EDWARD MINICH
"'I'l:f' reason firm. the temperate will.
EI1fIllI'C1f7lf'F. foresight. .sfreiigtli and skill."
SI-ienue l'luli, '2ti: Forum, '2T: Hi-Y, '28, '29, Travel Vluh, '25i.
History dates, Physio formulas, Billy is the
one you're looking for. Always near when needed,
willing to help at any time. A bright future is
to be looked forward to for
THOMAS J ERKINS MITCHELL, Ill.
"There aiifl no need to liicrryf'
Basketball, '27, '28, '29: English Cluh, '2li: Hi-Y, '27, '28:
Latin Club, '2T: Science Vluh, '28: Travelers l'luh, '2St:
Student Count-il, '26, '2T.
Who is that pitcher out there? Why that's
our Buzz, sure death to the batters and geometry.
Buzz can hardly be called a saint even though
he hangs around a certain "Church" Good luck
to you, Buzz, and keep that o.d dime you owe
me until we meet again.
WINIFRED MCILWANE PARKER
"To knoll' her is 10 lore her."
English Flub, '2T: Dranzzutic' l'luh, '28, '2!I.
Perhaps some think that Winnie is quiet and
demure, but those who know her best will say
that never has there been a more faithful or
loving friend. Not too studious, not too quiet, she's
just right. Although Winnie lives far out in De-
Graffenreid Park, she will always remain close to
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"As an actor confess'd without rival to shine:
Acts as wit. if not first, in the very first line."
Jazz and Minuet, '28: Dramatic Club, '28: State Dramatic
Contest, '28s "Am I Intruding?", '29: "Help Yourself",
'29: Student Council, '29: President Drama Guild, '29:
Vice President Class, '29: President Hi-Y Club, '29:
Editor Bruin, '29: National Honor Society, '29.
How did New Bern High School get along be-
fore Lawrence came? If there is a player needed
he is always right there. How did The Bruin live
without him, and how did the Drama Guild get
along before he came? Although we've only had
him a year and a half to get acquainted, every-
one likes him a lot and only wish he might 'have
been with us longer,
LULA J Ess1E POTTER
"She learns to live and lives to learn.
Taking play and lessons in their t'I1.7'7l."
French Club, '28, '29.
Lula, although she has only been with us two
years, has won many friends. She is jolly and
capable of the many tasks she undertakes. Lula
is a true friend and is always ready to help
SALLIE MAE RHODES
"Oftirnes in pleasure, oftimes in sadness, but most
times in love."
English Club, '26, '27: Glee Club, '28: Dramatic Club, '28, '29:
Jazz and Minuet, '28,
Sallie has charmed a great many young hearts
'round town. If that Buick could talk, we bet it
could tell some tales. Sallie has a wee little
giggle that we all recognize as soon as we hear
it. Keep that smile, Sallie, and remember it will
go a long, long way.
EARL HANSON PETERSON
"Whois that happy u'arrior?"
English Club, '26: Student Council, '26: Dramatic Club,
'28, '29: Bruin Staff, '28, '29.
Who is that cute boy coming? Oh, that is
Earl Peterson, the shiek of the Senior class. Earl
is not only that but he has many other good
qualities, He is a boy we cannot help liking and
one that all of us admire. Here's wishing him
success and happiness which we feel confident he
will always have.
JOSEPH RAMON SALEM
"He has fcu' equals and no superiors."
Class Secretary and Treasurer, 'iltiz Vice-President Class,
'ZTI Treasurer, '28: Secretary Hi-Y, 'ittz Assistant
Editor Bruin, '2tl: Manager Bruin, '28, 'Zin
Joe is one of the most outstanding boys that
ever graduated from our high school. A for-
eigner by birth, he came into our school and
made better grades and showed a better spirit of
loyalty and pride for his adopted country than
many ot his native born classmates. He has been
honored as an officer in practically every school
club he has been a member of, and is a member
of the National Honor Society. Don't worry about
Joe, he'll make his mark.
CHARLES WILLIAM SEIFERT
"An honest ma11's the noblest :cork of God."
Class Secretary, '2ti: Vice4I'resident of SAX: Member Student
Council, '26, '27, '29: Cub Football, '2T: High School
Football, '28: Baseball, 229: National Honor Society.
'2H: President Judicial Conunittee, '29: Hi-Y, '22-ll Vice-
President Hi-Y, '29: English Club, '26: Critic Latin
Club, '2T: Dramatic Club, '28: Treasurer Dramatic
Club, 'ZEN "Ani I lntruding7", '29: Help Yourself, 'ZSL
Charles is our idea of an all 'round good fel-
low. He is a star pupil, a good sport and a real
friend. Also he's a most delightful person to
argue with, because it's impossible to get mad
with him. Remember now, we expect to see you
in command of a fleet of ships in the next war.
KATIE BELL SMITH
"A perfect Icoman. nobly planned
To warn. to comfort and command."
English Club, '2ti: Latin Club, '2T: Student Council, '28:
French Club, '29,
Katie has never let her studies interfere with
her social life, yet we will be willing to bet that
few book worms have gotten more out of high
school life than Katie has. She works hard on her
lessons, but she takes life easily and has a smile
for every one she meets.
LEO DUVAL SMITH
"My 'mind lets go a thousanfl things
Like dates of wars and deaths of kings."
Football, '29: Baseball, '28: Basketball, '29: Junior
Easketgnall, '28: Dramatic Club, '2!r: Science Club,
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His cheerful disposition, his ready wit, and,
let's not forget his mischievousness, adds spice
to Leo's already attractive personality. There's
one boy we know we can depend on-one who is
willing to give N. B. H. S. his services without a
"bite and- a growl."
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1' thought so once. and now I know it."
English Club, '2G: Latin Club, '2T: Dramatic Club, '28, '29:
Glee Club, '28, '29: Assistant Pianist, '2S: Pianist, '29.
"Hoosit" coming this way? Why that's
Rosalie, our talented pianist. Can she play?
Whoopee! I'll say she can, and how! Rosalie
has been with us through the years and is known
for her good disposition. She is a friend to
every one and always willing to help. Here's lots
of luck to our own,
WALLACE ALVIN SMITH
"Better not he at all. than not be noble."
English Club, '2ti: History Club, '2T: Debating Club, '28:
Good natured, easy going, "Snookie." Always
happy and light hearted, always willing to help
his fellow man. May the best of luck and suc-
cess always attend.
MILDRED ANN STALLINGS
"Look for the good. let the had take care of
Student Council, '25: Orchestra, '26, '27, '28, '29: English
Club, '26: Glee Club, '28, '29: French Club Reporter
for Bruin, ':29: Marshal, '29.
If it's a true and dependable girl you're looking
for, seek Mildred. She is always helping someone
along in life. Mildred has won a place in our
hearts by kindness towards all and malice toward
none. Why seek the had when there is a little
good in everyone? Success, health, and happiness
is what we're wishing you,
ROBERT LEE STALLINGS
"He seen his duty. a dead sure thing.
And zcent for it thar and then."
Student Council, Fall Term, '2ti: History Club, '2T: Science
Club, '28: Debating Club, '29: Business Manager of
Baseball, '28: Business Manager of Football, '29:
Treasurer ot' Hi-Y, '28: President of Senior Class, '29:
Assistant Editor ot' Bruin, '28,
If the Senior class wants a president who can
give it a smooth and successful yearg if the foot-
ball, basket-ball, and baseball teams want a man-
ager to bring them a paying seasong if the pro-
ducers of plays want a real business man with
ideas which increase their box receipts, a fellow
who can manage these things successfully and
still maintain his popularity among those with
whom and for whom he works-page Robert
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"A smile for all. a yrccfinff ylrnl. u lora'iIr'. jolly
way she' hall."
Englisli Club, '2ti: Glen- Club, '28, '2!l: Blskctbull, '2T:
Drulnatic Club, '28: Vice-l'rcsident Frcnvli Club, '2EJ:
Senior Trio, '29: Girl-1' Hi-Y Club, '2!l.
Here's to Dud-laughing and joking every day.
She is good-looking, attractive, and one of the
most talented girls in our class. Of course you
know she sings-and how! We predict a suc-
cessful grand opera career for yon, Dud. You
have won a place in our hearts and we'll never
forget you and the good times we've had on
GRACE DUVAL Sw1NsoN
"If worry were the only cause of death. flier:
would I live forever."
English Club, '26: History Club, '27: Drunmtic Club, '28, '29:
Student Council, '2T: Bruin, '28, 'ZEN Minstrel, '2li:
"Old Gooseberryu, '27.
Who is that striking looking girl? It's Grace!
She helps in all school activities and her witty
remarks have brightened many dull days. Her
vocabulary is enormous and she is "always" talk-
ing. She loves her pranks and mischievous play
-she is a good sport in every way. The class
of '29 is not likely to forget
BESSIE MAE TAYLOR
"Here's to Bessie. happy and gay.
With ncrci' a care. she cavft giggle away."
The Travel Club. '29.
Although Bessie is one of the smallest mem-
bers of the Senior class her merry laugh can
be heard all through the corridors. If you are
blue or need a friend, just call on Bessie Mae, you
will always find her ready to help you. Her en-
thusiasm and cheerful disposition have made her
a welcome addition to the Senior class.
LINA CORINNE TAYLOR
"To know her is to lore her."
English Club, '26, '2T: Draniatic Club, '28: Student Council,
'27, '2ll: lilee Club, '281 Drama Guild, '29.
You say you want a car to advertise a play or
some one to entertain out of town visitors? Well,
just ask Connie, she'll be delighted to help you-
Corinne the beautiful, the unselfish, always ready
to do all she can to help anyone. She was able
to be one of the most popular girls in her class
and still keep up on her studies. And she is
talented, too. Ask anyone and they will tell you
she is a truly lovable girl.
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AMY GUION WILLIAMS
"A peppy girl. a witty girl.
A girl so full of fnn,
A brainy girl. a carefree girl,
A thousand girls in one."
Girls Hi-Y Club, '29.
willing to help.
"Men, men. how I adore them.'!"
ROBAH GRELLETTE WHEELER
"I dare do all that me become a man
Football, '27-'28, '28-'29: Basketball, '26,-'27, '27-'28, 7
Baseball, '26-'27, '27-'28, '28-'29s Captain of Basket
ball Team, '29: President of Hi-Y: Cub Football 2 3
The captain of our basket-ball team That
swift little player on the football team? Our llttle
third baseman? One of the best sports in New
Bern High? The center of attraction in that
gang over there? The life of everything? That
three letter man? The man the girls fall for?
The one that we wish lots of success to,-1s Just
Class President, '2ti: English Club, '26: Treasurer Forum
Manager Basketball, '28: "Jazz and Minuet", '78 ap
tain Basketball, '29g President Student Council
Vice-President National Honor Society, '293 Am I
Intruding?", '29: Judicial Committee, '29 Bruin
Reporter, '29: Dramatic Club, '28-'29g Corresponding
Secretary Drama Guild, '29g "Help Yourself
She stands in with the faculty, she's a favorite
with the pupils, why? Honor student-the best
sport ever was, a demon on the basket-ball court
in plays she has acted everything from an old
woman to a modern flapper. If we need some
one to do something or manage something we
get Amy, for we know she is always ready and
MARTHA ELIZABETH WILLIAMS
Student Council, '26, 'Zig Science Club, '28:Debating Club Z9
Who's that riding down the street, now In a
Ford, now in a Chrysler? That's Martha, and you
never see her walking. Whenever you hear two
girls talking about boys you just know one IS
Martha. She is a tall, good-looking blond and
how! We all like Martha and we wish her suc
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The Class of
When a man falls in love, he, somehow, imagines
from anyone else's love affair. Class histories, after
like the man in love, we believe our history is just
In the year 1926 one hundred and five freshmen
that his case is just a little different
all, are very much alike, yet we are
a little different.
entered New Bern High School. Of
course we were green, and of course we were frightened, and of course our elders, in-
cluding the teachers, gave us that horrid "once over" which says "poor little dears."
We, poor unsophisticated freshmen, were stupid enough to think that perhaps we
might be able to get into the Latin Club, so we knocked at the door of this club only to
be turned away. We then discovered that Latin is a dead language and then we rejoiced
at our lucky escape from this sepulchre Iilled with dead bones.
In September 1926, we became sophomores. We felt ourselves swelling. We could
find nothing that would cure this swelling, so we meekly accepted our newly attained
size. We expanded in such proportions that we soon found ourselves in plays, athletics
and clubs of various kinds.
When the year 1927 rolled around we took an inventory of ourselves and we dis-
covered that our sophomore swelling was going down. All of a sudden we found that we
were becoming an important group.
We soon ran up the "Jolly Roger" and announced to the school that we were going
to give the Seniors a Pirates' Feast. We drew our daggers on the Seniors and presented
each Senior with a treasure chest.
The Junior edition of The Bruin. stirred the world. Teachers informed us that we
were entirely too modest to realize just how great we really were.
The autumn of 1928 found us Seniors.
The Senior play, "Am I Intruding?" was a howling success. During the whole
performance the people in the audience were now on their feet, now on pins.
Soon after the Senior play we heard the cruel whisper that a ban had been put on
the Annual. No one but Mr. Shields will ever
The National Honor Society was organized in
Senior class were elected to membership in this
One fine evening the Juniors introduced us
Dutch banquet. They did not fail to get us in "Dutch", either.
Some foolish Senior started to wear socks to school and after that childish trick
Children's Day lost its charm and we gave up the idea of having such a day.
A thousand things ,have happened during our course in high school, but space and
tact forbid another word.
know how we wept and plead for an
our school. The seven wonders of the
into Holland. They served us to a
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HENRY SMITH'S SCRAP BOOK
THE ACHIEVEMENTS OF MY MOST FAMOUS CLASS
By PlRUl"l'ISSIllI II. B. SMITH.
Curpenter-Ketchum Publishing: Fo.
New Church, N. C.-1059.
From Newspaper Clippings and Scrapbook:
I take my pen in hand to give in these pages a brief survey of the
accomplishments of my most famous class, the class of '29.
1950-Opens a new era in the history of the United States, when James
Cason, Bill Wheeler, Francis Ferebee, Robert Stallings, Grace Swinson
and Mamie Wade assumed high seats in the American Government.
Immediately upon the assumption of its duties the Special Divorce
Court, presided over by Judge Evelyn Hodges, granted a divorce with
forty dollars per week alimony to Miss Sarah Julia Foscue from her
former husband, Mr. Earl Harper, whom she said she had married only
on account of admiring his height. This divorce comes as a distinct shock
to society in which both members are prominently known.
Miss Rosalie Smith, whose engagement to Mr. William Minich, star
reporter for The Morning New Bernian, New Bern, N. C., has recently
been announced, arrived in the city today. Miss Smith stated that she
left her kindergarten in Hollywood in charge of Misses Winnie Parker
and Helen Jackson, formerly of this city. After the wedding, which will
be performed by Rev. Thomas Mitchell and witnessed by his wife, formerly
Miss Ann Church, the couple will leave by Norfolk and Southern Limited
for parts unknown. '
The City Courts today had a heavy docket. Foremost among the cases
tried was that of Lancaster vs. Biddle. Miss Lancaster, the plaintiff,
brings suit against Miss Mildred Biddle for selling gasoline two cents
under-rate of regular price. Both young women are seasoned filling
station keepers and it is not the first time that such differences have arisen
between them. Lawyers for defense were: Ralph Lockey and Katie Bell
Smith. Those for the plaintiff: Ernest Johnson and William Harris.
Word has just been received here that the Gibbs-Brandt Theatrical
Co. of New York will broadcast Tuesday evening by the Visr-radio, re-
cently invented by Mr. Thomas Davis. A feature of this programme will
be a solo by Miss Elizabeth Duffy, noted American singer and actress.
Miss DuiTy's performance will be followed by a Spanish toe dance Cduetb
by Misses Mary Madara and Mildred Hamilton. We of the old home town
wait to see and hear these remarkable features with keenest anticipation.
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Mr. Charles Seifert, noted African explorer, leaves today, accompanied
by his secretary, Bill Lanche, for the jungles of South Africa. Mr. Seifert
announced that his purpose is to capture two tigers Caliveb for the Heri-
tage-Hancock Ten-Ring Circus.
Miss Ruth Anderson left today for France, Where she will resume her
duties as a French teacher in one of the Parisian schools. Miss Anderson
was accompanied by Miss Ruby Lee Hall who will study vocal under Prof.
Akuh Trojuski Caliasl "Red" Smith, in Paris.
Miss Nina Lupton, sales manager for Coplon's Department store,
leaves tonight to select new line of goods for the Fall Sale. Miss Lupton
states that the sale, on her return, will open with a style show featuring
two manikins hired from a fashionable New York shop. Both manikins
were formerly from New Bern and the city will be glad to welcome Miss
Elsie Cook and Miss Gladys Mallard, two of the most beautiful young
ladies in the world as its daughters.
Miss Isabel Lawrence, Methodist missionary, has recently been trans-
ferred from Kin Chow, China, to Bolivia CSouth Americal. Miss Law-
rence has long awaited a change of location and since the South American
climate will aid her in keeping "that school-girl complexion," she accepts
her new assignment with much pleasure.
Miss Amy Williams, noted American author and scientist, having re-
cently published a ten-volume set of encyclopedias on "Where All Pens
Go," has now started a research on the topic, "Geniuses Are All Un-
balanced," suggested to her by Judge Hodges. This was a popular theory
of Judge Hodges, formulated early in her high school days, and Miss
Williams, who showed great interest in it during those years, recently
declared that she would prove the question.
Miss Mary Hughes, of Wilmington, Delaware, in connection with
National Welfare Work, arrived in the city today to arrange for a
"Charity Ball," the beneiit of which is to go to the City Aid Fund. Miss
Hughes has been in government employment since her graduation from
Columbia University and has made excellent progress. We hope that all
people will give her their cooperation and add another success to her list.
Miss Bessie May Taylor, professor of foreign languages in New Bern
High School, left today to spend the week-end with friends in Goldsboro.
Lawrence Patten, noted American actor, leaves today for England,
where he will be presented at Court.
Joseph Salem, fencing professor at University of Maryland, gives
exhibition of his fencing abilities to a large audience at the high school
building recently designed by James Guthrie, this afternoon at 4 o'clock.
Miss Corinne Taylor, manager of the New Bern Coca-Cola Bottling
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a joint bottling meeting at Pittsburgh.
Miss Dudley Suter and Miss Annie Boyd, whose airplane performances
are given under the name of "The AB's," will prove their endurance by
remaining 1,400 miles up for four hours.
Note--By Profcssm' Smz'flz.:
It will be shown by the above references to my scrapbook that this
has become one of the most famous of all classes ever graduated from
that grand old edifice, so dear to the hearts of its pupils, "The Moses
Among the members of this class there may be found judges, lawyers,
congressmen, singers, welfare workers, scientists, authors, ministers, and
many others, all ranking among the foremost people of the day! Few have
chosen dishonorable tasks to perform and it is my pleasure to add that
I am not in the least disappointed with them. They have done honor and
credit to those who guided and directed their early training and we are
proud of them!
And to add another hint, which comes to me from influential citizens
and certain party leaders, the distinction of the class of '29 has not quite
yet reached its greatest height. For the highest honor and distinction
that this nation offers its sons and daughters has not yet been attained,
namely, the president, and the supreme honor of being first lady of the
land. However, from this hint, I gathered that even the pinnacle of fame
is not far off since the Democrats have decided to nominate the Honorable
Frank Henderson as their next candidate. Henderson undoubtedly de-
serves this honor for even in high school he was noted for his dictatorial
methods and actions. The first lady of the land, his wife, formerly Miss
Eleanor Jones, can not be excelled by anyone in talents, breeding or cul-
ture. Therefore, With the induence of his many friends and old classmates
aiding and abetting him it is likely that when the proper time comes,
Henderson will rise to this supreme duty.
Now, having displayed to you its accomplishments in this poor and
scattered way, I would have you Watch for the future advances of this
excellent class, the grand old Class of '29.
-K. D. S.
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Bell, Mary Bowden, Nelson
B1'ooks, Lina Bunting, Modiray
Chesson, Andrew Cuthrell, Edith
Davis, Robert Dixon, Nat
Hardison, Marriner Harris, Lester
Henderson, James Hudson, Ruby
Kilburn, Harry King, Isobel
Mullens, Lillian Nassef, Louis
Nelson, Ben Nelson, Elinor
Norstran, Dwight Parsons, Edward
Petway, Callie Mae
Phillips, Ola Belle
Smallwood, Lewis Styron, Charles
Simpkins, Allen Stewart, Eula
Tyndall, Warren Ward, George
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Upwinding o'er the hill,'
The looming pines
Of uncurued lines
As guardsfmen staunch, are still.
A narrow, rugged way was this
For young unused feet,
Wrought strength within
To gain the stony deep.
These golden reins that led our steps,
We loosen tenderly.
In this bright hour
Of conscious power
We'fve sought so earnestly.
In roseate dawn of waking life,
From this first peak we see
New rainparts bare-
Rising abofve those towering hills
We face the sun of Truth.
Its light strikes deep
Where evils sleep,
Enlightening doubting youth.
In silence, pausing, hand in hand,
Heads lifted to the sky,
These powers which in us lie.
Fear daunts us not of worldly strife,
Strong-arined with courage we,
With Truth and Love
And Loyalty, :nope
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LONNIE DILL . . . . Vzce-President
DONOH HANKS . . Secretary
NIAXINE DOWDY Treasurer'
Anderson, Ranita Kilburn, Ruth
Armstrong, Euclid Lafrage, Brigham
Barrow, Hugh Lansche, Mary
Basnight, Don Litchfield, Edward
Beard, William Mann, Sophia
Bell, Leon Mc,-Daniel, Mary
Bellamah, Nellie Mc-Sorley, Annie Pace
Berry, Edward Mc-Sorley, Frances
Bragg, Woodrow Meadows, Sarah
Brewer, Georgia Midyette, Charles
Brewer, Hazel Mohn, Miriam
Bryant, Archie Newman, Lawrence
Cannon, Jack Parker, Anabel
Carpenter, Primrose Parker, Joy
Cherry, Virginia Parker, William
Claypoole, Frances Patterson, Robert
Corbitt, Wilbur Patterson, Simmons
Daugherty, Clifton Pollock, Raymond
Davis, Larry Rawls, Iris
Dill, Lonnie Reece, .Iuanita
Frances, Mary Stallings, Mary Louise
Gaskins, Henry Smith, Earl
Gwaltney, Maude Smith, Evelyn
Hahn, Meyer Smith, George
Hall, Hazel Smith, Grace
Hancock, Ellen Smith, Theo
Hanks, Donoh Swain, Louise
Hellinger, Jack Swindell, Margaret
Higgins, Clara Belle
Hill, Ellen Waters, Madeline
Hodges, Carolyn Weeks, Edith
Hodges, James Williams, Bernice
Jones, Graham Williams, Ex
Kahn, Beryl Williams, Lessie
Kilburn, Annie Williams, Pauline
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Etta Kett .
Dumb Dorah .
Tillie the Toiler
Bubbles . . .
Whipple . .
Toots . . .
Jiggs . . .
Boob McNutt .
. . ELSIE COOK
. . ANN CHURCH
. ELIZABETH DUFFY
. SALLIE MAE RHODES
. . . . ROY MILLER
. CHARLES SEIFERT
. JAMES CASON
. MARY MADARA
. FRANCIS FEREBEE
. ROSALIE SMITH
. ERNEST JOHNSON
. . . ...... BILL WHEELER
The Katzenjanzfmer Kids . . ROBERT STALLINGS-BILL HARRIS
Milli ....... ....... L EN GIBBS
Jeff . . .
Ella Cinders .
Ike . . .
Andy Gump . .
Min Gump .
Elsie . , .
Uncle Abner .
Tom Carr .
John Smith .
. BILLY MINICH
. EVELYN HODCES
. . BILLY LANSCHE
. FRANK HENDERSON
. MILDRED BIDDLE
. . JAMES GUTHRIE
. . . RALPH LOCKEY
. ELIZABETH LANCASTER
. NAOMI HARDISON
. EARL PETERSON
. . TOM DAVIS
. JAMES KETCHAM
. . JOE SALEM
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RHODA BELL GASKINS Vz'ce-Pr'csz'den,f
WALTER VINSON . . . Secretary
WILBUR WILLIAMSON . Treasmer
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Armstrong, Elizabeth Mitchell, Eldridge
Arpin, Tommy Nassef, Raymond
Barker, William Newberry, Alpha
Barnes, Irene Nobles, Ruth
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Bell, Albert Parris, Florence
Bell, Everett Parris, Lillian
Bray, Elizabeth Pate, Mary
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Brinson, Edward Perkins, Ezra
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Carpenter, Mildred Perry, William
Chadwick, Helen Peterson, Rosa Lee
Clark, Bradford Peterson, Vida Mae
Creteau, Mildred Piner, Edna
Daniels, Lenwood Pinnix, Nettie
Daugherty, Corrinne Pugh. Emma
Dickinson, Laura Rachide, .Joseph
Dixon, Rosa Lee Ragan, Helen
Dixon, Viola Ritchy, Mildred
Duffy, Richard Salem, Albert
Dunn, Billy Scales, Matilda
Elliot, Lela Scott. William Henry
Ellis, George Smaw, .Juliette
Ferebee, Edward Smith, Ida Thomas
Fulcher, Joyce Smith, Marvin
Gaskins, Rhoda Bell Stallings. Blanche
George, George Stevenson, Eleanor
Gower, Emma Sutton, Eleanor
Guthrie, Edith Swindell, Louise
Hagood, Grace Tharrington, Virginia
Hardy, George Tolson, Jack
Harrison, Hildred Turnage, Willard
Hardison, Herman X Vinson, Walter
Harvey, Nathan Wade, Macy
Karam, Julia Waters, L. H., Jr.
Koonce, Mavis Whitford, Evelyn
Lafrage, Lutrelle Whitford, Lula
Lancaster, James Wiggs, Dan
Lane, Ennis Williams, Janie
Lee, Ruth Williamson, Wilbur
Mallard, Elbert Willis, Raymond
Mason, Albert Wood, Ernest
McSorley, Virginia Williams, Ada
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Constance Patten: Critic, Eleanor Stevenson.
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Coac'he.s-Miss Jeter, Mr. Allston.
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No matter what our age or grade,
No matter how we rateq '
There's one thing we all know wc'll hcar,
Just as sure as fate.
Every miorning, every evening,
Every girl and every boy,
Every one, 'il 'fess,
Will hear the bell that call.s us all
Into work or out to play:
Will hear the bell that in the fall
Seems to us to try to say,
"School to-day, .school to-day."
Will hear the bell that in the spring
We all understand to ring
"School no more, school no more."
Upon my mind for words or rhyme
I've made a raid,
And I'll believe, till end of tinzc,
That poets are born-not made.
I had a dream last nightg
A wondrous dream to me,
All of the books took flight
For a journey across the sea.
The boat came into dock
And each of them did flec,
Poor me-it was an awful shock:
But they heard the bell, you see.
All ran, English and History too,
For nothing did they wait,
For they knew 'twould never do
To be a minute late.
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