New Bern High School - Bruin Yearbook (New Bern, NC)
- Class of 1946
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Our hope is that this edition of THE BRUIN with each bit of history,
autobiography, even the idle tales of the little bruins will bring' back fond
memories of the happiest days in this year of nineteen hundred forty-five
TEN LITTLE BEAR CUBS
Ten little bear cubs working' all the time,
The Art Staff drowned in drawing ink
And then there were nine.
Nine little bear cubs writing until late,
Margaret choked on class rolls
And then there were eight.
Eight little bear cubs moving earth
Johnny died of over work
And then there were seven.
Seven little bear cubs stirred into a fix,
Connie tripped on the faculty bear
And then there were six.
Six little bear cubs trying to revive,
Greta saw the bleed page
And then there were five.
Five little bear cubs getting kinda sore,
Doris tried to skip a page
And then there were four.
Four little bear cubs unable to see,
But Sonny saw the sports page
And then there were three.
Three little bear cubs struggling for you,
Tommy wrote the wrong jokes
And then there were two.
Two little hear cubs trying to get it done,
Kitty's inspiration left
And then there was one.
One little bear cub giving it a lift,
Gale lost the dummy book
And then there was Mr. Smith?
VVe, 'PHE BRUIN Staff, deem it a high privilege to honor
three men who have generously contributed to the growth
of sports in our school. In recognition of their service in
coaching our football squad, we gratefully dedicate THE
BRUIN of nineteen forty-six to '4Shorty,' Kafer, head coachg
"Miken Jowdy and '4Nieky" Simpson, assistant coaches.
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Seafml, left Io right: Miss Ola Andrews, Uriizirfrsiiy of'lVorfl1 Carolina, Miss Frances
Hammond, IV077II'7I,-Y Collffgoq Miss Grace Rohhins, Mereflillz, Urlivffrsity of North
Carolina, Dulrrg' Mrs. l.ila Smallwood, lVf'sthampton College, University of Rich-
moindg Mrs. Fred W. Hines. Duke. Miss Martha Tanner, lVinth1-op College, Dulrfg
Mrs. Gladys VVest, Ifastrfrvi Carolina TPachf'r'.s Collfgfg Miss Dorothy Marks,
ll'o1nen'.s- Collwgeg Mrs. H. B. Smith, I'V07l?f'1l,.S' College.
Sfmzding: Mrs. Alhcrt Brinsony. l'llon,' Miss Hattiu llllice Lewis, Mary lVa.s'hi11gt0n
Collfgffg Fr: nznc - is Fcrehev, Ifasfffrn Carolina Tf'aclzr'r'.s' College, Miss Kathryn
Montague, Dukrfg Mrs. Donald Smith, Columbia Uni-versity, University of Bujffalog
Miss Zelda Murray, l'l'1'.v!r'rn Urzrolina Trfaclwrfv l'ollr'geg Mr. Mar-15 fmyi ald, Duke
hh. H. B. SMITH MR. H. J. l.xIAC1,0NAI.D
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131-:T'1'1c MAN I' li I,
",'Vc'zv'r Iroubla fro-ulzle till trouble
Freslnnsm Class Trezlsurerg Dru-
nnities Cluhg French Cluh, Presi-
clenlg llrzxnmteersg Monogrzun
Clnhg Footlmllg Senior Snperlntive.
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President of 'l'een Aire Clnlvg Senior
Class Presiclenlg ISRVIN Staflg
lligh Sehool lizuulg Murslmlg
French Cluh: Seienee Cluhg l,if-
Vllilsg Dl'lllll9ill'PTSQ Senior Snperlu-
"Tile lufnrt Io C'0llf'!3f'U!4, the unzlvr-
stnmling In direct, or the hand
Robert E. Lee High School, Jack-
sonville, Florida, one year, Senior
Class, Vice Presidentg Senior
Editor 'lllllll l3RUINQ Junior Hi-Yg
Senior Hi-Y, Poet I.aureatcg
Marslmlg French Clubg Lit-VVitsg
.lo ANNE Fnnousox
"Lei me Nw 'in n 'lU'Il.YP by lhe .wide
of the rom! and lu' u frirfnrl lo
Cnruhelle High Sehool, Curnhellu.,
Florida, three years: Senior Ili-Yg
French Clubg Lit-Witsg Dru-
"lilies that smile are wi.-fe."
Robert lil. Lee High School, .luck-
sonville, Florida, three years, Lit-
MIN Nu: BICI,-Llli CIRAIDY
"Un their own merits the IlI0llI'Nf
Seeretnry-'l'rez1snrer of Teen Age
Clnbg Bnmx Stalfg Junior-Hi-Y
Seerelary and Chaplning Senior lli-
Yg Mzlrsllzilg Cllee Club, Presillenlg
l"reneh Cluhg Soeeerg Senior
Snperlutiveg ljl'fllllllll'l'l'S1 lligh
All rw' 14.-rlr is fo lm lwt nllnm.
"Trust in faith, but keep your pow-
Cheer Lcaderg Glee Clubg French
Clubg Monogram Clubg Basketball
Softballg Soccerg Senior Superla-
"B1'e'vily is fl great chalrm of nlo-
Lil-VVHS: Senior Supcrlutivc-.
"Let me have music and I sack 'no
Glee Clubg Lit-VVitsg Basketballg
"Ez'0ryfl1in.g -will romv if main will
Fuptzlirl, Co--Captain F o 0 't b u ll
'l' c a mg Basketball: Baseballg
Monogram Clubg Hi-Yg Lit-VVitsg
"Quiet as the sky is blue."
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laugh ix reorlli a l1llHl1l'I'li groans
in any Ill!ll'ln'l'f.U
Cheer Leader: Dramaties Clnhg
1"reneh Cluhg National High School
Antliology of Poetryg Softballg
"Doubt 'zvlmm you will, but never
"ll smile ix the rvhisper ofa laugh."
Duncan U. Fletcher High School,
Jacksonville Beach, Floridag Senior
Class Secretary-Treasurerg Semes-
ter Honor Rollg Lit-VVits, Vice
Presidentg Dramateersg Soccer.
'iLS1IPf'!'lI is great, but silence is
French Clnbg Lit-VVits.
"The xurrwf may not lu fail is lo
lII'fl'l'lllillf4 In .vuf'eeerY."
Junior Class Vice President:
Junior and Senior Hi-Yg Chief
Marshalg Semester Honor Roll
fThrec Yearslg French Clnhg
Science Cluhq Lit-VVitsg Drama-
teersg Senior Superlative.
"Alon of talent arf men for all ov-
Roosevelt High School, Honolulu,
Hawaii Cthree yearsjg Student
Council g Lit-Witsg Secretary-
Treasurerg Dramateersg Senior
LA MAR Smmun
"He 1-an speak well who knows
how to hold his peacef'
Junior Class Secretzxry-Treasurerg
President Student Councilg Hi-Y,
Secretaryg Marshal: French Cluhg
Science Clubg Lit-VVitsg Dram-
zlteersg Senior Superlativeg IERUIN
i'lV0fl1lTlf!l suvceeds so well as
Sophomore Class Presidentg
American Legion Good Citizenship
Medalg Student Council, Secretary,
Senior Representativeg Assistant
and Editor-in-Chief Tun Bnmsg
Junior Hi-Y, Presidentg Senior Hi-
Yg Glee Club, Treasurerg French
Clubg Science Clubg Lit-VVitsg
Dranmteersg Cheer L e fi d e rg
Mzirshalg Soeeerg Senior Superla-
tiveg D.A.R. Good Citizenship
Awardg Semester Honor Rollg
Vice President Teen Age Club.
"Ill rather be riyht than presi-
Semester Honor Rollg BRUIN
Business Staffg Marshalg French
Clubg Science Clubg Lit-Witsg
Dranmteersg Senior Superlotive.
HIGH SCHOOL SONG-
Hail! Oh hail! to New Bern High School
And ln-r colors too,
WVU will cvermore he loyal,
For we're pr cmilr l of you.
And we'll always have a faculty
To keep us on thc right track.
Hail! Oh hail! to New Bern High S
And the red and black! Rah! Rah!
Stmuiing loft to right: David Rucker, Jean Kingsley, Duval Grant.
Ill rc irc the post grids of our hng.,h school -A
VN ho love New Bern High so de ir
lhev returned with their books to the clzissroonl,
lo study 'mother year
Q1 me came dgun for more learning,
Others to Stroll in the hallg
The rest stayed for obvious reasons,
Na,melyAto play football.
They've already learned to add and subtract,
'l"hey'vc studied the men of our nation:
But somehow they weren't quite satisfied.
VVithout that-higher education.
So-here's to the quiz kids and Einsteins
Of dear old New Bern Highg
For this time wr: know you are leaving,
And we wish you a fond goodbye,
Swzlwl: Richard Tinglc, Brunch Mclinniul, Mary McCoy, llerhurt Ross.
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1. Is it all that had Chussie? 2. Just sittin' pretty. .. .
"Little Bit"? 5. Uncle Sammy. li. Ain't love grand? 7. Holflin' hands. 8. VVhat Hollywood
iile of beauty. 10. Totem pole. 11. Big Three. 12. The Male
missed! 9. Ipana for the sn
Garden Seeds! Here it is Thursday, February 22, 1996, and I'm just completing my "Time
Machine." Now to see if it works. Instead of looking into the future I'll reopen the past to
see what my fellow members of the class of 'Ll-6 were doing in 1956. I'll just push this little
button-Sizzle! Zipp! Scrape! Rrrt! .
Well! Audrey Bengel is in the used automobile business, selling cars that make walking a
pleasure! I see that Miss Mamie I.aTourr Cthe former Lucy Gale Turnbulll has just com-
pleted a very successful run on Broadway in Dorothy Johnson's thriller "Strychnine and Old
Frank Fagan has just opened a television station on the planet Mars, thanks to Nellie
Isley's speedy rocket ship. They say Nellie got her inspiration for this ship, the Little Dwmkl,
while ucruisingi' around on a basketball court. Another, "now famous" is Ivey Piner, who won
a free trip to Hollywood by sending in ten box tops and twenty-five words Cno lessj telling
why he likes "Gordon's Gritty Graham Crackers." You think this was easy? Have you even
Minnie Belle Grady has a job with the world famous Rockettes. She's third from the end.
Charles Silva, now a famous engineer, has finally completed plans for a tunnel from Los
Angeles to Honolulu. One of the main features of this under-water road is a hot dog stand
every six hundred yards to make the travelers feel at home.
Professor Robert Yudell has published his latest essay entitled "How to Change Anthracite
to Sealing Wax." "Lollie', Burrow and Marie Kelly are associate professors of Technology
at the University of Tennessee. I see that Eunice Paige has won the Nobel peace prize for
1956 for settling the "Martin and McCoy" Feud. Lamar Sledge is working for the Gallup
Jo Ann Ferguson and "Pebble" Hardison have won some important elections in New York
City. Jo Ann has distinguished herself by becoming this eity's first woman mayor. District
Attorney Hardison has already started to "squelch" the crime wave by hunting "Baby-face
Nelson." Weire wondering how long it will take the D. A. to discover that "Baby-face" was
sent up in '31. Also in New York is Bette Manuel, who is singing at the Copacabana.
Clinton Harrison, now a "pro," spends his summers in Miami and coaches in the fall at
Penn State. Valin Simpson is in Argentina spreading "the good neighbor policy? Last but
not least, Mildred Jackson is in China with the International Airways. You might say she's
a "flying Tigress' Chubba! hubbalj. P. S. The class of '46 seems to be flying high, and I'm
sure they will continue to do so. Best of luck to them all, and may we never forget one
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LAST WILL AND TESTAMENT
We, the graduates of New Bern High School of the above state and county, in the year
of Our Lord Nineteen Hundred Forty-six, having followed "Veni, Vidi, Vii," to the best
of our abilities, do hereby will and bequeath our following blessings, this our Last Will and
To the faculty C"Long life to every member"D we bequeath our studiousness, high grades
and, in general., our genius.
To our respected principal, Harry J. MacDonald we entrust the new movie projector and
hope that some day he may see his own profile flashed upon its screen.
To the Juniors we leave all of "Shakespeare," plus the enjoyment of another year at New
To the Sophomores we will our infinite knowledge acquired from books and "experience"
To the Freshmen Kinnocent creaturesj we will all of our luck, which we are sure they will
need in years not too far away.
A RTICLE Vl
Thee following personages make these individual bequeaths:
Gale Turnbull wills her ability to "be almost everywhere at once" to Ann Brothers.
Frank Fagan, our voice Qof WHITD, bestows his talent on Milton Langston.
Bette Manuel and Charles Silva will their combined typing ability to Gladys Boyd.
Lamar Sledge leaves "Black Beauty" to next year's student council president.
Bobby Yudell leaves his witty remarks to anyone who is clever enough to use them.
Audrey Bengel reluctantly leaves the team to "Din" Roy Setzer.
Greta Bull desires that her "sweet innocent looks" be given "Tincy" Guion.
Valin Simpson leaves Senior Englishgflie hopes.
.lo Anne Ferguson wills her lovely red curls to Jo Anne Gober.
"Little Bit" Iseley, with the consent of "Daisy" Rucker, has decided to share their title
of "school pa1s'l with Marie Fulcher and Hilton McDaniels.
Marie Kelly, after much deliberation, bequeaths her "speaking ability" to Alma Paige.
"Pebble" Hardison equally divides his "wolf-call', between Ray Potter and Richard
Mildred Jackson leaves "Cyril, Jr." but not for you girls.
"Ike" Piner bestows his "happy-go-lucky" disposition on Clinton Harrison.
Minnie Belle Grady wills her ability as a pianist to Jean Coble.
Dorothy Johnson leaves all of New Bern High except bookkeeping to Fannie Forehand.
Laurel Burrow leaves her bright eyes and sunny smile to "Connie" Newton.
Wishing to do my duty toward humanity, I willingly give my assets to anyone who needs
them more than I.
This, the Last VVill and Testament of the Seniors of forty-six, we entrust to our beloved
principal, Harry J. MacDonald, to be enacted to the Nth degree.
EUNICE PAIGE, Testator.
TOMMY Goonuw c
OFFICERS: President. EMILY FARMER. Vice President, LEON Bizzrsu.. Secretary-Treasurer. ANNE EDWARDS.
First row, left to right: Buddy Coplon, Leon Bizzell, Jack Edwards, Clifton Gaskins, Albert Brooks. Brant
Brinson. Second row: Anne Edwards, Eunice Brinkley, Faye Connor, Ruth Boyle, Lois Bowden. Gladys Boyd, Ann
Brothers. Third row: Gladys Ballenger, Doris Brinson. Kitty Ewell, Peggy Bennett, Fannie Forehand, Emily
Farmer, Mrs. E. F. Smallwood. Fourth row: James Garrick, Bill Ballenger, Doug Davies, Guy Boyd, Robert Arm-
strong, Robert Bell. Alfred Cullum. Not pictured: Harry Bailey, Joanne Bratcher, Jean Coble, Lucille Daugherty,
Anne Delgato, Elizabeth Goodwin.
OFFICERS: President, TOMMY GooD1NG. Vice President, CAROLYN HUNNINGS. Secretary-Treasurer, ELIZA-
First row, left to right: Buddy Hill. Robert McSorley, Tommy Gooding, Preston Jones, Milton Langston,
Leroy Price. Second row: Ruby Gray, Mary Emma Hughes, Alma Laughinghouse, Laurice Karam. Jane Morton.
Connie Newton, Pat Miller, Anna Howell. Third row: Frances Lewis, Carolyn Hunnings, Barbara Green, Pauline
Wells, Jackie Holt, Francis Lamb, Elizabeth Guion, Miss Kathryn Montague. Fourth row: Joe Nelson, Jack
McCain, Horace Hill, Curtis Hardison. Charles Mohn, B. G. Harker. Not pictured: Douglas Ferguson, Sally
Hargette, Mary Ellen Hill, Carolyn Littleton, Bob Mercer.
OFFICERS: President, MARY SMITH. Vice President, OSCAR QUINNELLY. Secretary-Treasurer, Roy S1-:'i'zER.
First row, left to right: Ed Posta, Roy Setzer, Charles Rhodes, Billy Vendric, Hubert Tolson, Raymond
Rachid, Paul Wetherington, Thomas Williams. Second row: Christine Register, Betty Ann Parsons, Patsy Osborne.
Jeanne Willis, Carol Perry. Shirley Norris, Georgia Parker, Norma Overby. Mary Smith. Nancy Venters. Third
row: Eddie Salter, James Scott, Billy Rawls, Sonny Quinnelly. Ed Sumrell, Norman Weiss, Robert Wicks. Bill Win-
berry, Miss Frances Hammond. Nat pictured: Kitty Nichols, Audrey Richards, Preston Rouse. Bettv Jo Tomlinson.
V ice President
Jo ANNE 'TURNBULL
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First row, left to right, seated: Johnny Bond, William Brinkley, Charles Bryan, Robert
Bennett, Joseph Habib. Nolan Davis, Jarvis Arthur, Bob Fisher, Cyril Edwards. Second row:
Thelma Chase. Rosa Avery, Florence Bell. Peggy Gillikin. Jo Ann Gober, Clara Goulding, Miss
Dorothy Marks. Third row: Eunice Britton, Jane Ellis, Pauline Anderson, Marie Fulcher,
Virginia Clark, Ruth French, Peggy Armstrong, Patricia Collins. Fourth row: Clarence Gaskins,
Clarence Dail, James Crisp. Bobby DeCamp, Wesley Costin, Lamont Grantham, John Cole.
Carl Brasington. Not pictured' William Banks, Eunice Carawan, Joe Caton, Georgia Duffy.
Ray Epperson, Frances Hadnott. Beverly Johnston, Betty Pate.
Pl'CSi'lIt'llf Vim' Prrxvidcnt Sz'r'1'c'frlry-Treasurer
Dimoiucs Plansvnixi' 1NI,xRo.x1z1c'i'I.IcINIz.xc'H J.xMics BIUIQICNZIE
First row, left to right, seated: Joe Gencarella, Emil Hatem. C. L, Sexton, Carlton Lewis,
Everett Nelson. Second row: Florence HanH, Margaret Leinbach, Elinor Nassef, Jean Huffstetler,
Ruth Rawlins. Ida Mitchell, Myrtle Koonce, Doris Parker, Miss Martha Tanner. Third row:
Thelma Harris, Virginia Hargett, Alma Paige, Miriam Poliakoff. Mary Piner, Edith Leary, Doris
Fulcher, Faye Joseph, Barbara Lamm. Fourth row: Bill Trupp. Bill Lewis, Kenneth McCain,
Ralph Howland, Bill Kelly, Freeman Miller, Joseph Kline. Not pictured: Jean Johnson, Shirley
Porter, Anna Lancaster, James McKenzie, Robert Murray, Nell Parker.
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First row, left to right. seated: Leon Williams, Guy Rose, Belvin Rooks, Second row: Carol
Roberts, Jean Simpson, Jackie Wade, Marie Register, Peggy Simpson, Reva Taylor, Yvonne
Rhodes. Dorothy Thomas, Elizabeth Stillwell, Nellie Tisdale, Mrs. Albert Brinson. Third row:
Iola Taylor, Jo Anne Turnbull, Vivian Sumrell, Frances Taylor, Katherine Smith, Mary Alice
Tilghman, Lovie Thomas. Marie Roach, Shirley Tucker. Fourth. row: Richard Skinner, Edward
Lee Sutton, Kennedy Ward, Samuel Torrence, Bobby Suggs. James Williams, Kenneth Riggs.
FRE SHMAN OFFICERS
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OFFICERS: President, Bonny JoYcE. Vice President, PATSY BRINSON. Secretary-Treasurer. Jo ANN BRASINGTON.
First row. left to right: Christine Bland, Genora Banks, Frances Ball, Sarah Barker, Betty Ann Campbell,
Athlene Butts, Janice Arthur. Second row: Jo Ann Brasington. Frances Beacham. Dorothy Barber, June Bullard.
Sarah Holton. Miss Andrews Third row: Franklin Atkinson, Edward Moore. William Boahn. Beau Bremer, Johnny
Bishop. Fourth row: Jack Casey, Charles Boyle, Bobby Booth, Harry Blackwell, Max Armstrong. Not pictured:
Aurie Belangia, Wilton Block. Patsy Brinson, Uzie Broadstreet, Bob Joyce. Kathryn Maxwell, Robert Moore.
OFFICERS: President, Louis DANIEL. Vice President, CLIFTON CAYTON. Secretary-Treasurer, MARGARET DUNN.
First -row. left to right: Elsie Daniels, Sarah Dillahunt, Sybil Dawson. Irene Gurganus, Marie Dixon, Joline
Garner, Pauline Dail, Janet Croft. Margaret Dunn. Second row: Jerry Diffee, Miss Murray. Hazel Gray, Joyce
Daniels, Dorothy Crisp. Theda Davis, Betty Lou Fales, Grace Cook, Virginia Daniels. Third row: Odie Everington.
Lester Donaldson, Louis Daniel, James Heath. Charles Dees, Thomas Conner, Clifton Cayton, John Connolly. Not
pictured: Jane Coble, Gertie Dixon, Pat Dunn, Wesley Fulcher, Lonnie Johnson, Sue Culpepper.
OFFICERS: President, PAT HALL. Vice President, GEORGE Ives. Secretary-Treasurer, VIRGINIA LoKI-JY.
First row, left to right: Marie McCai-Hty, Billy Jones, Herman Harrison, De Lena Hughes. Second row: Elma
Ipock, Evelyn Ipock, Rita Habib, Elizabeth Hill, Pat Hall, Esther Hart, Arlene Humphrey. Third row: Evelyn
Liverman, Phyllis Kelly, Celia Lively, Mildred Jones, Joyce Land, Mrs. Smith. Fourth row: Neal Harrison, John
Kurtz, George Ives, Harold Lokey, Bradley Hanff, Bobby Joyce. Not pictured: Ben Gurganus, Dorothy Harrell,
Elsie Herring, Sammy Hines. Dorothy Holland, Ralph Howland, Herbert Ireland, Thelma Jones, Skeets Langston,
Virginia Lokey. Bobby Love, Joseph Lyerly.
OFFICERS: President, PETE ORMSBY. Vice President, ROMMIE NEWBERRY. Secretary-Treasurer, ALLEN Ross.
First row, Left to right: Billy May, Pete Ormsby, Bobby Matthews, Roland Nelson, Pete McSorley. Second
row: Kathryn Maxwell. Hazel Prevost, Barbara Moore, Patsy Brinson, Margaret Nichols, Greta Oliver, Charlotte
Merritt, Helen Pearson. Third row: Jimmy Rice, Dorothy Rawls, Frank Moore, Peggy Reeves, Leona Peterson,
Bessie Maye Moody, Mrs. Hines. Fourth row: Bill Pugh, Allen Ross, Hilton McDaniel, Stewart Parks, Robert
Phillips, Thomas Moore. Not pictured: Lonnie Mann, Rommie Newberry. Robert Odum, Patricia Parker, Dorothy
Pugh, Donald Rice. William Robinson, Thomas Robertson, Betty Tyndall.
OFFICERS: P1'esident.THoMAs WIGGS. Vice President. Conxv WHEELER Secretary-Treasurer, PATTY SHIPP.
First row, left to right: Houston Whitty, Hugh Swan, Ormand Lee Thomas, Bill Steiner, Jimmy Springle,
Ray Smith. Corky Wheeler. Second row: Patty Shipp, Anne Wiggins, Esther Watson, Polly Stilley, Annie Simpson,
Gladys Russell, Joyce Smith. Third row: Catherine Wike, Neta Whitty, Dorothy Sasser, Cecelia Samia, Betty
Willis, Cherry Trader, Miss Robbins. Fourth row: Billy Tingle, Charles Weskett. Ronald Smith, Thomas Wiggs.
Warren Russell, Daniel Smyer, Meredith Smaw. Not pictured: George Scott, Marvin Smith, Mary Taylor, Lucy
Thomas, Pearl Waters.
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AS SO CIATE EDITORS
S'0r1f1'rI, left in riylzli Minnie Belle Grady, Greta Bull, MllTg'?lF?t Dunn, Ann lirotlnws. Str111rIi11y.' Anne Edwards,
Iolzt Toylor, Sonny Quinn:-lly, Doris Brinson, Johnny Bond, Jimmy XVllllH.IIlS. Not lliI'f'1ll'f'lI.' Connie Newton,
lleftc Mznnnc-I, Typist.
Seated, left to right: Tommy Gooding, Jane Ellis, Louis Daniel, Frank Fagan, Carolyn Hunnings, Jo Anne
Turnbull, Patsy Brinson, Ruth Rawlings, Jean Kingsley. S1:anding:Kathryn Maxwell. Hugh Swan, Emily Farmer,
Betty Ann Parsons, Jackie Wade, Bobby Yudell, Joseph Kline, Lamar Sledge, Norman Weiss. Not pictured:
Lucille Daugherty, Pete Ormsby, Patty Shipp, Peggy Simpson. Thomas Wiggs, Peggy Gillikin, Iola Taylor.
Seated, left to right: Carol Roberts, Cherry Point reporter and typist: Katherine Wike, reporter:
Anne Delgato. reporter: Neta Whitty, student council representative: Doris Fulcher, typist:
Anne Edwards, Doug Davies, business manager: Jack Edwards, reporter: Betty Jo Tomlinson.
society editor: Miss Zelda Murry. faculty adviser: Elizabeth Guion, assistant editor. Standing:
Billy Ballenger, editor-in-chief: Eddie Salter, reporter: Pat Scott, reporter: James Scott.
reporter: Peggy Bennett, reporter: Buddy Boahn, art editor. Not pictured: Robert Moore, sports
editor: Shirley Porter, typist: Beverly Johnston, chief typist: Marie Keily, Carol Roberts, typists.
BEAR CUB STAFF
'Twas December the nineteenth
And all through the school,
Everybody was stirring
Which is usually the rule.
When out in the hall
There arose such a clatter.
We pushed out of our classrooms.
To see what was the matter.
And there in the hall was
The great premonition.
They were selling the Bear Cub,
The brand new edition.
We wanted our copy,
And in a big hurry.
'Cause its staff is just students
And Miss Zelda Murray.
Sports. news, and gossip-
It's really packed full.
The paper is solid
And that's really no bull!
The paper is grand,
And we really confess
We hope it'll continue
A great big success!
The creeds of the Student Council may he expressed as follows:
VVe the representatives of the Student Council of New Bern High School, believe in the
honesty, honor, and friendship among all students. We believe, further, in urging student
participation in all the school activities and in promoting high standards ot' scholarship and
This year in trying to uphold these ideals, the council has established a hall inonotorial
system, student tratiic regulation, a campaign for hall lockers, and the presentation of a
point system for all student activities to the student body. To inform the pupils of the
Student Council Conferences in xvllllllllgtlhl which some ot' the council members attended,
several chapel programs were presented, But to prove that it has not hecn all work and no
play the council sponsored several dances after the football games.
Although the Student Council is still in its infancy, it has through its present achievements
begun to live up to its creed and created in its Inenibers the desire to continue in their
ettorts to reach this goal.
OFFICERS: President. LAMAR SLEDGI-:. Vice President, TOIVIMY GoonING. Secretary-Treasurer,
Seated, left to right: De Lena Hughes, Lamar Sledge. Miss Dorothy Marks, Ann Brothers, Ed
Sutton. Standing: Cyril Edwards, Ktity Ewell, Tommy Gooding. Doris Brinson, Gale Turnbull,
Ruth Rawlings. Not pictured: Connie Newton.
First row, left to right: Florence Bell. secretary: Margaret Leinbach, vice president: Joseph
Habib, presidentg Richard Skinner. treasurer. Second row: Johnny Bond, chaplaing Jean
Simpson, Peggy Gillikin. Jo Anne Gober, Clara Goulding, Miss Ola Andrews. Third row: Ray
Epperson. Elinor Nassef, Iola Taylor, Pat Scott. Eunice Britten. Peggy Simpson, Frances
Lewis, Ruth Rawlings. Fourth row: Nellie Tisdale, Jo Anne Turnbull, Katherine Smith,
Miriam Polakoff, Barbara Green, Jane Ellis. Fifth row: Kenneth McCain, Harry Black-
well, Ed Sutton, Cyril Edwards, Joe Kline, Milton Langston. Sixth. row: Larry Warrington,
Charles Bryan, Lamont Grantham, Kennedy Ward. Not pictured: Sonny Gaskins, Clarence Dail,
liven in its infancy the Latin Cluli has become one of our most
, 7 active literary organizations. Under the loyal guidance of Miss Ola
' Andrews it made an early start this year by drawing up its calendar
" of studies for the entire year. These programs had as their aim
familiarizing: each member with the daily life of the Romans and
their contributions present in our every day world. The members
of the Lalin Club would like to remind you that the students wearing
the tiny gold, classic pins have learned as goes their motto-"Ex
nihilo, nihil tit" Cfrum nothing Comes nothingl.
LES CERCLES FRANCAIS
"Vive la France I" Q Q
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Le beau pays de France, les habitudes de la nation, le costume 5,
des provinces diverses, les chansons favorites, et les pieces de I 6
litterature les plus celebres fn'oublions pas "les belles jeunes filles rv
et les beaux garcons"D--ce sont les interets des Cercles Francais! U
Ces deux cercles furent organises par Mademoiselle Kathryn
Montague pour encourager les eleves a estimer la culture oiferte ,
par la nation francaise. La partie des seances la plus amusante
et la plus interessante fut Faction deparler en francais. Q"Parlez-
Les mots, "Vive la France," demeureront toujours en France,
mais dans les coeurs de ces groupes de N. B. H. S. demeureront
"Vivent les Cercles Francais !"
Audrey Bengel, Guy Boyd, Jr., Joanne Bratcher, Doris Brinson, Albert Brooks, Ann Brothers,
Greta Bull, Jean Coble, Buddy Coplon, Anne Edwards, Kitty Ewell. Frank Fagan, Emily Farmer,
Jo Anne Ferguson, Clifton Gaskins, Minnie Belle Grady, Duval Grant, Elizabeth Guion, Carolyn
Hunnmgs, Nelhe Iseley, Marie Kelly, Mary McCoy, Branch McDaniels, Pat Miller, Charles
Mohn, Jane Morton, Joe Nelson, Constance Newton, Eunice Paige, Betty Ann Parsons, Sonn
Quinnelly, Charles Rhodes. Lamar Sledge, Hubert Tolson, Jr., Betty Jo Tomlinson, Gale Turnbulli
Nancy Venters, Jeanne Willis, Bill Winberry, Bobby Yudell. Adviser, Miss Kathryn Montague.
First row. left to right: Milton Langston, Johnny Bond. Pete Orlnsby, Lamar Sledge. Bill
Wmberry, Audrey Bengel, Bill Vendric. Second row: Anne Edwards, Bette Manuel. M
Smith, Dorothy Johnson, Ann Brothers, Greta Bull, Joanne Bratcher, Jean Coble '
Robbins, adviser. Third row: Horacc Hill. Cyril Edwards, Eunice Paige. G
Newton, Bobby Yudel. Gale Turnbull, Tom Gooding, Elizabeth Gui
Ferguson, Minnie Belle Grady, Bill Ballenger, Doris Brinson
Frank Fagan. Not pictured: Kitty Ewell.
, Miss Grace
eorge Ives, Connie
on. Fourth. row: Jo Anne
, Douglas Davies, Carolyn Hunnings,
Quiet! Curtain! 'l'hc play is on! These words have an familiar ring to thc amateur actors and
playwrights in our midst. Yes, to the Dramateers, the play is the thing. VVhy? Because
they have devehnmed a love of the theater in the lhvnuufrvrx with Bins Kirace liobbins and
Miss Kathryn Montague as chief directors.
Since our school had no speech class this year, the IJ:-fumllrfmw had to play the double role
of a class and a cluh. The members, who are chosen annually from all high school English
classes, studied public speaking, mechanics of simple stage production, and play analysis.
'They'xvere also interested in keeping luv with the current liroadxvay theater season. .Ks Warn
ISRUIN goes to press everyone is looking forward to their annual stage production which is
usually one of the termis higrh-lights. So, if by chance you meet other Ingrid Bcrginans or
Lionel Barryniores on the streets of our fair city. you may he sure that they got their
in the Di'mnatr'vrs of New Bern High School.
This school year saw the literary geuii of "Ye Old High" put their heads together and come
forth with a sparkling new club whose purpose is to develop an artistic appreciation of many
of tl1ose pieces of great literature, both old and new, not included in our usual high school
course of study, and to encourage more active creative work among the students. Just who
were those wonder people? They were the members of the Senior English class under the
direction of Miss Grace Robbins.
The "Lit-Wits" made a spectacular start by attending' the classic stage production of Romeo
and Juliet at E.C.'l'.C., but this was only one of the highlights of the year. The underclassmen
were even envious as they heard them chatting about their classes of movie appreciation and
making plans to attend a "classic" movie together.
Every other Friday in class they really delved beneath the surface to learn the story
behind the story of much of the best in poetry, drama, and fiction. But to Cyrano de
Bergerac goes the banner for stealing the hearts of the "Lit-WVits" this year.
OFFICERS: President, BILLY Veumuc. Vice President, Berne MANUEL. Secretary-Treasurer,
' row: Hcirrace gIilEhElizabg1.? Gigoni Kitty? Ewelgh Ivgy Signer, Ctgingon Ii-fxrrisgn, Igilly
anue. ar es iva, au ine e s, n ro rs, ris ine egis er. ean
'11 Winberry. Second row: Tommy Gooding, Frank Fagan, Bobby Yudell,
' , Mildred Scurlock, Joanne Bratcher. Eunice Paige. Jo Anne
herington, Greta Bull, Valin Simpson, Miss Grace Robbins,
n, Laurel Burrow.
Coble. Mary Smith, B1
Lamar Sledge, Doris Brmson
Ferguson, Mildred Jackson, Paul Wet
Gale Turnbull. Not pictured: Connie Newto
HOME ECONOMICS CLUB
OFFICERS: President, MARY ALICE TIl.GIIMAN. Vice President, FRANCES HAnNo'1'r. Secre-
tary, TIIELMA HAXRRIS. 7'rea.s'urer, LEONA PETERSON.
For the first time in the history of New Bern High, we have a nationally aiiiliated Home
Ec Club, better known as the Future Homemakers of America. This club is for the purpose
of discussing and learning more things about the home which are not discussed on class
and will help girls to be better homemakers.
The project for 1945-4-6 is to can foods for the war-torn countries of Europe as a part
of the Community Canning Program for VVar Relief. Our club hopes to have a part in the
canning of 50,000 cans of fruits, vegetables, and fruit juices set as a goal for the F.H.A. in
The interest of the club is exceptionally high for the first year, and it is growing each month
under the able supervision of Mrs. Gladys VVcst, the club adviser.
Seated, left to fight: Mildred Jones, Thelma Harris, Pat Hall, Peggy Bennett, Betty Willis,
Margaret Nichols, Marie Dixon, Bessie Maye Moody, Edith Leagly, Jean Hufistetler, Florence
Hanff, Joline Garner, Barbara Moore, Sybil Dawson. Standing: rs. West, Polly Stilley, Lovie
Thomas. Leona Peterson, Rita Habib. Shirley Tucker, Marie Register, Ma?aPiner, Faye Joseph,
Virginia Lokey, Helen Pearson, Betty Tyndall. Not pictured: Frances dnott, Nell Parker,
Mary Alice Tilghman, Jackie Wade.
The majority of high school students are members of
that peppy, "up and coming" organization, the "Athletic
Association." Formed to insure stable financial back-
ground for athletics and to renew all-year-round interest
in sports, this group has made a ubang-up" start. In
addition to providing new equipment, and chartering
team buses for out-of-town games, they had a party for
all association members. Many thanks to Miss Frances
Hammond for her loyal assistance with ticket sales and
to Mrs. Albert Brinson for her efticient secretarial work
and bookkeeping. The organization could not have been
acclaimed a complete success without their aid.
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SENIOR GIRLS' HI-Y
OFFICERS: President, CONNIE NEWTON. Vice President, ANNE Enwlxnns. Secretary, JEAN
Comm. TTQHSMTGT, MARY SMITH.
First raw, left to right: Miss Dorothy Marks, adviser: Gale Turnbull, Jean Coble, Ann
Brothers. Minnie Belle Grady. Second row' Doris Brinson, Jo Anne Ferguson, Anne Edwards,
Eunice Igaigei. Standing: Greta Bull, Elizabeth Guion, Mary Smith. Not pictured: Anne Delgnto,
onme ew on.
The Senior Hi-Y has certainly done its part this year in setting examples for others to follow.
Pretending that they were "little elves of 'l'hanksgiving,', they collected baskets of food
which were distributed to needy families nearby. VVith some of the spirit of giving still
lingering on, they maintained a wishing well that enabled them to contribute about fifty dollars
to the Craven County Toy drive for unfortunate children. Besides ull these special works,
they have proved their ability to accept responsibility by working daily at the local Red
To become a member each girl must be afliliated with some church, must have a scholastic
average of 85, and must be voted in by the club. To remain a member, a girl must abide
by the rules and live up to the standards of the club.
President Vice President Secretary-Treasurer
JoE N1-:LsoN Rov Sxzrzxzn CYR11. Enwmms
The Boys' Hi-Y started this school year with EI program of reorgzuiizution and increased
its membership from eight to twenty-one members. VVith its new progrzun and Mr. Edward
Nelson and Dr. Roy Miller as advisers, the club has established Z1 foundation to begin work
as a more active and helpful civic orgzinizutimi to develop leaders among the boys of our
First row, left to right: Clifton Caton, Bill Kelly, Richard Skinner, Cyril Edwards, Branch
McDaniel. Jack Edwards. Second row: Milton Langston, Bill Lewis, Lamar Sledge, Allen Ross,
Leon Bizzell. Carlton Lewis, Roy Setzer. Third row: Sonny Gaskins, 'James' Crisp, Edward
Sutton, Joe Nelson, Sonny Quinnelly, Clinton Harrison, Herbert Ross, Billy Wmberry.
.Seuted, left to right: Emily Farmer, Jo Anne Turnbull, Nancy Venters, Carolyn Hunnings,
Kltty Ewell. Standing: lola Taylor. Pauline Anderson, Jackie Wade. Mary Alice Tilghman.
Not pictured: Ruth Rawlms, Mrs. Raymond Taylor. adviser: Jane Ellis.
JUNIOR GIRLS' HI-Y
'l'hese eleven lassies and their adviser, Mrs. Raymond Taylor, set a new standard for Hi-Y's
in our school this year. They began by rewriting and enforcing their constitution, having their
Hi-Y registered, and hegrinning a lIi-Y library. NVith their eluh so strengthened, they
completed projeets in every field from playing Santa Claus to needy children to taking a
course in journalism. These girls have indeed lived up to their creed "-to create, maintain,
and extend throughout the sehool and eommunity, higher standards of Christian character."
l-lui this year has not ln-en all work for them. 'l'hey have enjoyed sneials and gatherings that
will long be remembered. So you see if its the best all-round girls you are looking for,
you will find them in New Bern lligh's Junior Girls' Hi-Y.
The Monogram members are the "cream of the crop" in the sports of New Bern
High. Entitled to wear a hig NB on their sweaters for playing at least ten minutes
in three-fourths of the games, they are respected not only for their individual
prowess and skill hut also for the teams they represent.
First ro-w, left to right: Richard Skinner 2, Joe Nelson 3, Johnny Bond 1, Edward
Sutton 2, Hubert Tolson 1.
Second row: Branch McDaniel 1, Robert Armstrong 2, Charles Rhodes 2, Ray
Potter 2, Milton Langston 2, James Crisp 2, Sonny Quinnelly 3, Clinton Harrison 7.
Third row: Roy Setzer 2, Shirley Tucker 1, Bob Mercer 3, Doris Brinson 1, Herbert
Ross 2, Mary McCoy 2. David Rucker 2, Nellie Isley 2, Leon Bizzell 3, .lean
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First row, left to right: James Crisp, Carlton Lewis, David Rucker, Freeman Miller, Richard
Skinner, Joe Nelson. Edward Sutton. Leon Bizzell. Second row: George Scott, Milton Langston.
Sonny Daniel, John Bishop, Sonny Gaskins, Allen Ross. Kennedy Ward, Charles Rhodes, James
Garrick, Roy Setzer. Third row: Mike Jowdy, Ray Potter, Roland Hill, Sonny Quinnelly.
Robert Armstrong, Charles Mohn, Audry Bengel, Herbert Ross, Clinton Harrison. Not pictured:
Neal Harrison, Sam Pittman, Ralph Howland, Bill Pugh.
This was one of the be-si: football sc-nsolls, if not the lu-sl, in the' :innals of New Br-rn High.
Beginning the season with one of the hardest schedules 1-vs-r hooks-cl for our high school tm-mn.
thc Bears, hacked hy "Shorty" Kzifer, 'tIVlike" Jowdy, and "Nicky" Simpson ploughcd through
with only two defeats and one lic.
THE SCRUBS SCORES
They sit along the sideline Sept. 14 Wilmington ...... ..r,.. , , ,, New Bet
And watch the others play. .
Each listening quite intently 21 Gfeenvlue ----A
To what the coach may say. 28 Raleigh V
FWith eager eyesltheyre vsiatching Oct. 5. Kinston ,,,,, ,
or one more c ance o p ayg .
They're watching every movement, 12 Gfeenvlue -
Their voices loud and gay. 19 Washington H
The Scgubsl-are seldoangnentioned. 26 Kinston ......,, ,,,,,
But w en t ey're cal e upon .
They're always up and ready Nov. 9 Roanoke Rapids .
And play 'til all is done. 16 Ta,-bo,-0
When of our team we're thinking, 22 Washington ..,...
And talking of their fame.
Our Scrubs will be rememberedg
We'll always prize their name.
lmfl in flflllfl firsl ruw: ,xllll lirullu-rs, Nvlliv
lslvy flwzul t'lll'i'l' ll'Zlill'l'D. Swrlllfl 1'am'.' Amu-
lfldwzircls, llc-tty Ann Parsons, Nancy xY4'Iltl'I'h.
'I'hir1l row: Maria: Ka-lly, Doris Briusun, Maury
McCoy, Gulv Turulnull.
Duc lu ilu- fact llult flue :lnnuul has to lm on thc' prvss lu-furv balsvlmll svnson, 'l'u1z linux will fk'illlll't5
llm lust y0zlr's lmsm-lmll lt'Zllll in 1-:wll Slli'l'l'l'illlljI issue. '.l'lu'l'v is ri-znsnn lo lwllvvv tllzll tlw lfltli tK'illll will live up
to llw gruml rm-vurml of an winning zwvrzlgv of 75 por cent in 1915.
First row, left to right: Milton Langston, Clinton Harrison. Archie Pinerg Captain. Bob Mercer. Second vow:
Robert Armstrong. Her ert Ross, George Huffman, Leon Bizzell, Robert Broadstreet, Cotton Lewis. Third
-row: Branch McDaniel, Hubert Tolston, Dick Skinner, Billy Winberry, Charles Rhodes. Fourth row: Roy Setzer,
Managerg Joe Nelson. Shorty Kafer, Coach.
BOYS' BASKETBALL TEAM
Left to right, first row: Kennedy Ward, Johnny Bond, Johnny
Conley, Milton Langston, Carl Brassington, Hubert Tolson.
Second row: Samuel Torrence. manager: Sonry Quinnelly, Sonny
Russell, Alfrcd Cullum. C, L. Sexton, Cyril Edwards, Buddy Hill,
Clinton Harrison, Coach Ferebee. Column to the left: first string
players. o left to right: Coach Fran Ferebc-e, Oscar Quinnelly,
capfail Middle row: Buddy Hill, forwardg Sonny Russell, co-
Bottom row: Johnny Bond, guard Clinton Harrison,
HIGH LIGHT HAM ICS
GIRLS ' BASKETBALL TEAM
Column to the right. lop row, left to rgiht: Nellie Iseley,
captaing Norma Overlay. forward, Middle row: Nancy Venters,
forward: Dottie Brinson, guard, Bottom row: Mildred Jackson.
guard: Shirley Tucker. co-captain.
Left to right. first row: Iola Taylor. Mildred Jackson. Nellie
Isley, Miss Virginia Lee Bledsoe, Mary McCoy, Doris Brinson,
Nancy Venters. Second row: Jacqueline Holt, Norma Overby,
Miriam Poliakofl. Shirley Tucker. Patsy Brinson, Celia Lively.
Joan Simpson. Third 'row' Bessie Mae Moody. Frances Beacham,
Belly Ann Parsons. Evelyn loock. Patty Sliipp. Pat Miller, Marie
Register. Joyce Land.
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wind--Gale. 4. A Chip off thc big I'UK'ii7i,l'i1iliC'. 5. 'l'lmt lilflf- rc-cl-llvud Joanne. li. The
Kelly PinfI'p Girl--Marie. 7. Ilobu ix ln iVi?lllll0ifBt'itf'. 8, That ccllu-ntvml I'z1igr0-ff i'illllil'C.
9. "You mubt have lwvn ai hc'uuii1'ul l1uby"f--Clinton. 10. "Tile voice, Frankie"-Fagzm.
ll. Einstvin Jr.? -Bobby. 12. Hi-ho Silva 1-Charles.
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"Why is it," asked Anna Lancaster making a show of interest, "that Naval
officers wear blues in the winter and grays in the summer?"
"It's like this, Miss," the Naval officer replied. "In the winter the Navy fights
for the North, and in the summer it fights for the South."
Sam Lipman and Son
New Bern's Biggest and Best
Said the German to the Swiss: How come you have an admiral? You have no
coastline, no navy, no empire.
The Swiss replied: Well, you in Germany have a Minister of Justice, haven't you?
Hotel Page: Telegram for Mr. Niedspondiavanci! Mr. Niedspondiavanci! Mr
Mr. Neidspondiavanci: Vat iss the initial, pleez?
Dial 2250 Tommy Davis
FUEL OIL and KEROSENE
Flat Tire Doctor and
NEW BERN, N. C.
E. M. LUPTON
FANCY GROCERIES and MEATS
703 South Front Street
NEW BERN, N. C.
RADIO SERVICE SHOP
GUARANTEED RADIO REPAIRS
M. L. SKINNEB
ISIM Middle Street DIAL 2543
NEW BERN, N. C.
NEW BERN TRACTOR BAX-I-ER,S
Cr EQUIPMENT co.
Sales - Service
TRACTOR - FARM EQUIPMENT
LARGEST JEWELERS IN
New Bern, N. C.
ETHRIDGE and WIKE -
General Contractor GROCERIES
DMI' 2037 I240 Pollock Street
New Bern, N. C.
PAT'S ESSO STATION
TIRES - TUBES - BATTERIES
K. O. PATTERSON
930 Pollock Street
New Bern, N. C.
Did you hear about the moron who
No, what about him?"
thought he was Hitler?"
ence 1S what hurts when everythmg else feels so good.
NEW BERN'S DIAMOND STORE
THE JEWEL BOX
The Store That Confidence Built
LUCAS 81 LEWIS, INC
New Bern, North Carolina
Pvt.: I'm not on guard tonlght honey
Gal: But I am, soldier
New Bern Restaurant
uWhere Good Food Originatedw
J. C. PENNEY COMPANY
New Bern, North Carolina
A little flattery
Now and then
Makes husbands of
The singl men.
Rght dgt dgt dfit b g d tht g
TAYLOR MOTOR CO.
414-16 South Front Street
NEW BERN, N. C.
SALES amd SERVICE
OLDSMOBILE : CADILLAC
PHONE 3100 315 S. FRONT ST
Hardware - Harness
Fishing Tackle - Paints
T orm ere digg g in earnest
P E t
Going over the accounts one evening, the young husband said reproachfully
L kd th bak' t trnd rcheckf'
00 ear, e n Jus re u e you
The bride beamed. "Isn't that wonderful, darling! What'11 we buy with it
this time? H
AMERICAN SHOE SHOP
is the JOHNSON TIRE CO.
HEART OF OUR BUSINESS
N ORTH CAROLIN A
"In the Land of Enchanting
THE HISTORIC CENTER OF
CHAMBER OF COMMERCE
THE S. B. PARKER CO.
Everything in Sheet Metal
SHEET METAL WORK
"The Cafe That Good
67 Pollock Street
Distribution of Pillsbury
and Premium Flour
914 Broad Street
CRAVEN FOUNDRY cf
MILL AND AUTOMOTIVE
Phone 3I54 - 3155
THE BARGAIN STORE
HUGH HINNANT READY-T0-WEAR and
New Bern, N. C. MILLINERY
So you complain of finding sand in your soup? Did you join the army to serve
your country, or to complain about the soup?"
To serve my country, not to eat it."
Do you think it is unlucky to marry on Friday?" asked Buddy Coplon.
Certainly," exclaimed Larry Warrington, "Why should Friday be an exception?
New Bern, N. C.
Staple and Fancy Groceries
606 East Front Street
"We Make Loveliness
SHOES and HOSIERY
NEW BERN GOLDSBORO
Your Community Frozen
Food Locker Plant
Visit With Us Often
-Ar DRUG STORE
GIFTS Fon ALL occAsloNs
MACK L. LUPTON DIAL 4138
"FIowers for all Occasions"
325 South Front Street
Day Phone 2380 Night 2822
R. W. IPOCK, Prop
Groceries : Meats
Compliments o f
"Center of Fashion"
254 Middle Street
"The Home Fumishe
Tincy Guion went to the bank to buy a bunch of War Bonds.
"What denomination?" asked Franklin Friley Fagan, III.
"Episcopalian," she replied.
"What is the most outstandin
"I'11 take the check, waiter."
er speech you ever heard?"
Full Leased Wire Service C.
Of the SERVICE STATION
Associated Press Dealer in
,, TEXACO PRODUCTS
Published Every Afternoon
With Morning Edition
Every Day Except Monday
New Bern, N. C.
New Bern, N. C.
Goodyear and Firestone Tires
Washing and Greasing a Specialty
Tire Repairs and Oil Changing
Simonizing Just for Pastime
W. E. Swain, Proprietor
C Engineer: What was one of the greatest obstacles in the building of the Panama
Shovel Operator: Dirt.
Coach Ferebee to Hubert Tolson: "Wipe that opinion off your face."
New Bern, N. C.
DRESSES and HATS
The Home of Better Cleaners
II09 Pollock Street
Best Wishes to all
J. R. CIIADWICK
216 Middle Street
Where Fashion is Foremost
907 Broad Street
GOODRICH TIRES and
All Kinds of Groceries, PATTERNS
Confections and Fruits HOME APPLIANCES
FIRST-CITIZENS MO0N'S BEAUTY SHOP
6' 405 Broad Street
NEW BERN, N. C.
Member of F. D. I. C.
"Your Beauty and Loveliness
is Our Postwar Aim"
FINE MONUMENTS OF
MARBLE and GRANITE
E. C. EDGERTON, Owner
Miss Green: I know he's rich, but isn't he too old to be considered eligible?
Mrs. Brown: My dear, he's too eligible bo be considered old.
IF IlllIUlC1l'3l1 Hcomes, Inc.
NEW BERN BAYBORO
FOR SUPERIOR DRY CLEANING
SEND YOUR CLOTHES
CLEANERS and TAILORS
Home of Monite Mothproofing
313 MIDDLE STREET DIAL 2134
L ve is one game that is never po tp d t f d k
W man Cin street car pok1ng conductor with h mbrellal: Is th t th
N t nal Bank?
C nductor: N madam. That' my stomach.
BIGGEST AND BEST STORE
Craven Music Co
MUSIC FOR PARTIES
COMPLETE RECORD ASSORTMENT
Home Office in New Bern
Little "Cotton," unafraid.
Monkeyed with a hand grenadeg
Mother, at th morgue, mplainedz
"Cotton" ' tt -b ' d.
M. O.: Young man, have you ever been bothered with athletes foot?
Recruit: Yes sir, when a footballer caught me kissing his girl.
N if H I
Turner Tolson Furniture Co.
New Bern7s Biggest and Best
BENDIX AUTOMATIC WASHERS
rahic Cop: Use your noodle, lady! Use your noodle!
ale Turnbull: My goodness! Where is it? I've pushed and pulled everything
the car already!
t Legal Steno: Ju t bepause a man has money d 't mean he
dz I'11 marry any f 1 who's got m11l1on d 11 .
B I LLI E'S
CA F E Compliments of
STEAKS - CHICKEN Carglina
SEA FOODS Telephone 81
of AI' Kmds Telegraph Company
I27 MIDDLE STREET
GOOD CLOTHES 9
NEW BE N
and R DRUG sToRE
New Bern's Finest
band: Mary, here's hair in this piecrust.
e: It looks like one of yours, Henry. It must have come off the rolling
B bby: Pop, what is woma
Fathe Son, I think 't' a
n's int t
ut three-fourths suspiclon.
To Be Sure . . . 6'
THE DUNN M""if,'f,Z1ZZZa"d
A G E N C Y 4
O High Grade Fertilizers
Morris Plan Bank Agricultural Chemicals
. TELEPHONE 4145 - 4146
4 JAMES PAUUS
' BODY REPAIRS
Cup'd makes so many b d h t because he's a'ming at the h art a d look ng
at the hosiery.
oly 11 man who's l ky 1
"A ac e or.
CRAVEN MOTOR C0
CHEVROLET : BUICK
TIRES : TUBES
HWe have it, can get it,
or it just isn't made."
Clanrks Drug Store
New Bern, North Carolina
verage WAC tak g the place f th e men would m ch p efe three
taking her places
First Farmer: Which is correct-"A hen is sitting" or "a hen is setting"?
Second Farmer: Don't know and don't care. A11 I worry about is when she
cackles is she laying or lying?
Greenhouses and Store
1312 Broad Street Compliments of
-iv Dr. Pepper
MRS. CARILILEIS. TISDALE Bottling Company
F. D. T. Member I
"Flowers for all
GULF OIL CORPORATION
Office of City Coal and Tire Company : Five Points
"That Good Gulf Gasolinev
Gulf Pride Motor 0ils
HAWK RADIO AND APPLIANCE CO.
BOODY HAWK, Manager
KELVINATOR : PHILCO-RCA : DUO-THERM :THOR
SMALL HOME APPLIANCES
FREEZING CHESTS FOR HOME USE
"Halt!" ordered the sentry in the detention unit. "Who goes there?"
"You wou1dn't know me," said the voice, "I just got here yesterday."
"If you're looking for my husband, he's gone fishing. Just walk dow
bridge until you find a pole with a worm on each end."
n to the
PRI NTI NG
Our 76th Year
FOOD STORE PRINTERS
64 Craven Street
NEW BERN, N. C.
BROS. INC. SMART
' "New Bern,s
New Bern, N. C.
Smartest S hop"
First Old Maid: I hate to think of my youth.
Second Old Maid: Why, what happened?
First Old Maid: Nothing.
Passenger: Madam, pardon me, but you're standing on my foot.
Lady: Why don't you put your foot where it belongs?
Passenger: Don't tempt me, lady--don't tempt me!
Atlantic and East Carolina
Bob: They say Bill is the boss of his family.
Rob: Yes, they tell me he can make Alice do anything she wants to do.
Corporal: That new inductee used to be a clerk.
Sergeant: How did you know?
Corporal: Every time he stands at ease, he tries to put his rifle behind his ear
Distributors for U. S. Tires
e ' er ell
413 Broad Street
"How old would you say she is?"
"Oh, somewhere in the middle Hirtiesf'
Mrs. Smailwoodz What did the Puritans come to this country for?
Emily Farmer: To worship in their own way and make other people do the
HENDERSON CIGAR RAYMOND R. TAYLOR
CANDY COMPANY DIAL 3637
W. Q, CHADWICK RICE BROTHERS SALES
General Insurance WHOLESALE TOBACCOS,
Agency CIGARS, GUMS, NOVELTIES
NEW BERN N C DIAL 3587
' ' ' 223 Craven Street
MAIN STREET BRIDGETON
GROCERY LUMBER COMPANY
Sales Manufacturers of
G- F- Cook - G- H- Cook THREE PLY VENEER PANELS
GROCERIES CHOICE MEATS AND LUMBER
DIAL 3966 Bridgeton, North Carolina
NEUVILLE RADIO fr BOYD BROTHERS
REPAIR C1 SALES
124 Middle Street Dealers in Fruit and
DIAL 3046 Produce
New Bern, N. C. DIAL 4197
HUME PRIDE STUBE Compliments
Choice Meats : Groceries of
Fruits and Vegetables HIGH SCHQQL
1018 Broad street P-T- A-
Give me a cup of coffee with no cream."
The storekeeper was waggish: "Can't give it to you with no cream. Got no
cream. But I can give you coffee without milk."
The drunk didn't want it that way, so out he went.
"It's raining cats and dogs,"
"How do you know?"
"I just stepped in a poodle."
Blade Auto Sales Inc.
DODGE - PLYMOUTH
Sales and Service
KATIE 'S BAKE Y
"This is the fifth time you have been brought before me for speedingf' said the
' d l
Ju ge severe y.
"Yes, your honor," smiled Doris Brinson. "When I like a fellow I generally
give him all my business."
Funeral Director: How old are yo sir?
Aged Mourner: I'm 98.
Funeral Director: Hardly worth g ' g h me, is it?
J. c. WHITTY NEW BERN
5 CQ. LOAN 6
215 Middle Street
New Bern's Only Licensed
Bonded Pawn Shop
PURINA CHOW DIAL 4014
MILK 8 ICE CREAM COMPANY
PASTEURIZED DAIRY PRODUCTS
New Bern, North Carolina
Cannibal Cook. Sh 11 I b '1 th missionary S
Chief: Don't be s lly Th t f ' .
The difference between a single man and a bachelor is that when a bachelor
walks the floor with a baby, he is usually dancing.
TRADE-MARK REG. U. S. PAT. OFF.
New Bern Garza-Gala Bottling Works, Inc.
NEW BERN, NORTH CAROLINA
A hole is nothing at all but you can break your neck in it.
"You are always wishing for what you haven't got."
"Well, what else could I wish for?"
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Ike Piner: Can a man change his nationality?
Mike: No, why.
Ike: I read where a man went up a pole and came down a rushin
6 Sonny Quinnelly, watching Ed Posta and Charlie Rhodes playing poker, was
horrified to find Ed cheating. Finally he spoke up, "Boys,', he said, "I feel it my
duty to tell you that Ed dealt the last card from inside his shoe."
"So what?" shrugged Charlie. "It's HIS deal, isn't it?"
T o MaXweII
B RBO R
BO T ORKS
MANUFACTURERS OF BOATS
MARINE R. WAYS
Kitty Ewell: I've been misbehaving and my conscience is bothering me.
Doctor Yudell: Should I give you something to strengthen your will power?
Kitty: No, give me something to weaken my conscience.
Stranger: I've come out here to make an honest living.
Native: Well, thereis not much competition.
Branch Banking 81 Trust Co.
The Safe Executor
SOUND BANKING and TRUST SERVICE
I4 Offices in Eastern North Carolina
RESOURCES OVER NINETY MILLION
Member of Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation
Doug Davies went to an auction. The auctioneer was offering a parrot. He
bid 35.00. Someone said 351000, Doug bid S15.00. Again someone bid 2525.00 and
Doug bid 340.00 and got the parrot. As he walked out he said to the auctioneer,
"That's a big price to pay for a parrot. Can he talk?" The auctioneer said, "You
ought to knowg he's the one that was bidding against you."
Blonde: How dare you speak to me? I don't know you.
Sailor: That's all right, I don't know you either.
W O O T T E N -
inniix Drug Store
A statesman thinks he belongs to the nation, but a politician thinks the nation
belongs to him.
Preston Jones: Tell me why do you call this lovely car a crate
Guy Boyd: Because I often pack it full of peaches.
Westinghouse and Norge Products
Stewart-Warner, Farnsworth and
Complete and Reliable Repair Service on all
make Radios and Refrigerators
for those who care.
New Bern, North Carolina
I stole a kiss the other night,
My conscience hurts, alack.
I guess I'l1 go tomorrow night
And put the darn thing back.
OUR LOYAL PATRON S
Donald T. Midyette
Dc-VVitt C. MeCottc1 'und Son
M. K. Horner
Hugh B. Mills
John A. Baker
Wilsoli H. Lee
J. M. Aberly, Sr.
S. P. VVatson
W. C. Willis
VV. F. lllenius
Clmrles S. AbCl'H0tll-S
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precede the achievement of any
really great accomplishment T e
ability to weave the tlueads of lmagl
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vision into material form.
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visions which precede the building of
a successful business and is a part of
the working policy of the EDWARDS 81
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operation, we offer unexcelled service.
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