New Bern High School - Bruin Yearbook (New Bern, NC)
- Class of 1947
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Editor-isn-Chief KITTY EWRLL
Assistant Editor , , RUTH RAWLINGS
Business Manager , T , ANN BROTHERS
Advisers ..,, LUCY HODGES. FRANCES HAMMOND
THIS EDITION of THE BRUIN has been presented to you
with the hope that in the distant future it will bring back
warm memories of the joyous days of this year, nineteen
hundred forty-six and forty-seven.
FOR GIVING freely her time and talent to the
girls' basketball team as well as for her patience
and kindness in the classroom, we, the students,
gratefully dedicate this BRUIN of 1947 to Miss
Hattie Ellice Lewis.
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PROF. H. B. SMITH PROF. H. J. MACDONALD
Seated, left to right: MISS OLA ANDREWS, MISS FRANCES HAMMOND,
MISS LUCY HODGES, MRS. GLADYS WEST, MISS MARTHA TANNER,
MRS. ALBERT BRINSON, MISS LOUISE ANDERSON. PROF. H. J. MAC-
DONALD, PROF. HAROLD WHITEHURST. Standing: PROF. DONALD
SMITH, MRS. R. P. BULLARD, MRS. J. F. RHODES, MISS SARAH GREENE,
MRS. BEST AUSBON, MISS HATTIE ELLICE LEWIS, MRS. LILA SMALL-
WOOD, MR. ROBERT DOAK.
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'nior Class Pres.:
eroom Vice Pres-
ROBERT LEE ARMSTRONG
"We grant, although he has
much wit, he is very shy
of using it."
Footballg Monogram Clubg
Student Councilg Baseball.
"Asking nothing, revealing
But minting her words from
a fund of thought,"
"Sweetness crowns her mirth-
Bridgeton High School-2
yearsg Soccerg Bear Cub
Staff: BRUIN Literary Staffg
Home Ec, Club: Semester
Honor Roll-2 years: Marshal.
"Let thy speech be better
Or be silent,"
Lincoln Park High School,
Lincoln Park, Mich.
"A spirit of laughing spring-
"Music is said to be the
speech of angels."
'Quietness and diligence per-
vade her gentle spirit."
"A laugh, an infectious smile,
She is the spirit of Joy."
French Club: Dramatics: Lit-
Wits: Student Council: Bas-
ketball: Monogram Club:
Cheer Leader: Athletic Ass'n.
President: Jr. Hi-Y Sec't.: Sr.
Hi-Y Vice President and
Sec't.: Senior Superlative:
Baum Feature Editor.
"We feel in her presence a
"There is great ability in
knowing how to conceal
one's a lllty."
Goldsboro High School-1
year: Chorus: Latin Club
Sec'y.: French Club Treas.:
Bio - chem - Phys.: Lit - Wits:
Dramateers: Band: Freshman
Homeroom Pres.: Semester
"Clever men are good, but
they are not the best."
"The man that blushes is not
quite a brute."
Chorus: Band, Vice Pres.'
Senior Superlative: French
that little candle
onor Roll: Cheer
:.: Senior Class
L.: Jr. Hi-Y Pres..
Sr. Hi-Y: Lit-Wits:
,rm Art Editor:
runs the water
'-1: brook is deep."
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smile, a loving
ibg BRUIN Staff:
if is a coveted gift
, Vice Pres.: Civics
ii-Y Treas., Chap-
-r Leader: French
natccrs, Sec'y.: Sr.
Pres., Vice Pres.:
: Baum Art Editor:
'J Staff: Student
g Semester Honor
nr Homcroom Pres.:
"To be great is to be mis-
Jr. Hi-Y Sec'y.-Treas.: P901
Laureate: Sr. Hi-Y Pres.: Bio-
chem-Physg French Club
Pres.: Lit-Wits: Dramateers:
Student Council: Marshal:
Semester Honor Roll.
HERMAN lBuddyJ COPLON
--I have agreed to differ."
French Club: Dramateers: Sr.
Rocky Mount High School.
"A man of cheerful yester-
days and confident to-
Civics Club Pres.: Boys Hi-Y:
Football: Bear Cub Staff: Jr,
Class Sec'y.-Treas.1 Semester
BIRDIE lKittyJ EWELL
"The reward of a thing well-
done is to have done it."
Jr. Girls Hi-Y Vice Pres.: Sr.
Girls Hi-Y: Dramateers:
French Club: Lit-Wits: Bio-
chem-Phys.: Glee Club Pres.,
Vice Pres., Treas.: Semester
Honor Roll: Student Council:
Bear Cub Editor: Baum Soph.
Editor. Ass't. Ed., Editor-in-
Chief: Basketball Manager:
Teen Age Club Pres.: Athletic
Ass'n. Sec'y.-Treas.: Sr.
Superlative: Monogram Club:
Freshman Class Sec'y.: Na-
tional Poetry Anthology.
"Of every noble work, the
silent part is best."
"The best proof of ability is
Football: Band: French Club
Pres.: Student Council Pres.:
Lit-Wits: Baum Business
Manager: Bio - chem - Phys.
Treas.: Jr. Class Pres.:
Dramateers: Sr. Class Vice
"Full of chatter, full of pep:
Never quiet, that's her rep."
French Club, Sec'y.: Jr. Girls
Hi-Y. Vice Pres.: Sr. Girls Hi-
Y, Pres.. Chaplain: Freshman
Homeroom Pres.: Soph.
Homeroom Sec'y.: Jr. Home-
room Sec'y.: Bear Cub Ass'nt.
Editor: Soccer: Lit-Wits:
Youth Council. Sec'y.: Sr.
Sulaeraltive, Semester Honor
Ro l: Student Council: Baum
"A true friend is forever a
Jr. Girls Hi-Y Pres.. Chap-
lain: Sr. Girls Hi-Y Poet
Laureate: Jr. Homeroom
Pres.: Sr. Homeroom Sec'y.-
Treas.: Band: All State Band:
Baum Business Staff: French
Club Vice Pres.: National An-
thology of Poetry: Bio-chem-
Phys.: Semester Honor Roll:
"Let every man mind his own
Senior Superlative: Football:
Monogram Club: Civics Club.
"Behind cool blue eyes and
underneath blond hair,
lies irresistible charm."
"Fame is the scentless sun-
flower, with gawdy crown
But friendship is the breath-
ing rose, with sweet in
Junior Homeroom Sec'y.:
Latin Club: Baum Business
ns dvvp as
'c. this is my
a Stnllk Fresh-
ve, patient to
Sr. Girls Hi-Y
ch Club' Baum
"A penny for your thoughts."
EDWARD Qlillddyj HILL
"There is not one among us
But can call him friend."
Jacksonville High School:
Basketballg Bear Cub Editor.
Ass't. Editorg Boy's Hi-YQ
Monogram Clubg Senior
Superlative: Athletic Ass'n..
MARY EMMA HUGHES
"Her smile is sweetened by
Senior Superlativeg Soccer.
"Ah. why should life all
Oak Ridge Military Institute:
Bandg Footballgg Monogram
Clubg Baum Art Staff.
"A frankness peppered with
Sr. Girls Hi-Y.
"A jovial smile. a loving
heart has she."
"Of manners gentle, of af-
Bio - chem - Phys.: S o c c e r:
Semester Honor Roll.
"It is the 'mind that makes
Latin Club: Senior Superla-
"I never found the compan
That was as compantona
Sr. Girls Hi-Y: Semes
"Laughter oft is but an a1
Teen-Age Club. Vice Pm
Civics Club: Latin Club: B1
Hi-Y: Bear Cub Sta
Dramateers: Baseball: B
ketball: Football: Monogr
Cluh: Sr. Homeroom Pre
"Patience is the best rem:
for every trouble."
Civics Club: Soccer: Semes
"The way to have a frie
is to be one."
Civics Club: Bio-chem-Ph!
Latin Club: French Club:
Girls Hi-Y: Sr. Girls H
Treas.: Basketball: Socc
Baum Business Staff.
vk for 1n.o'rv."
'nay uvvll ba-
is always thc
tall he walks
"God said. 'Let Newton be!
and there was light."
Jr. Girls Hi-YQ Bio-chem-
Phys.g Dramateers. Presg
Soph. Class Sec'y-Treas.g Lit-
Witsg Sr. Girls Hi-Y, Pres.,
Sec'y.-Treas.g Poet Laureateg
Semester Honor Rollg Stu-
dent Councilg Glee Clubg
BRUIN Jr. Editor, Sr. Editorg
French Clubg Soccer.
"Silence is the surest sign of
"In quietness and confidence
is her strength."
"Little I ask, my wants are
"Write me as one who loves
my fellow man."
Veteran, U. S. Army.
"I know everything except
Band: French Club: Sr.
"Self trust is the first secret
Civics Club. Vice Pres.:
French Club Pres.: Football
Co-Capt.: Boys Hi-Y: All
State Honorable Mention
Football: Basketball, Capt.:
Baseball: Monogram Club:
Dramateers: Jr. Class, Vice
Pres.: Baum Sports Editor:
Bear Cub Staff: Sr. Superla-
tive: Jr. Rotarian.
"For every inch that is not
,fool is rogue."
BETTY ANNE PARSONS
"Ambition has no rest."
French Club: Home Ee. Clu
Basketball: Cheer Leade
" 'Tis implous in a good ma
to be sad."
Baseball: Football: Monogral
"Full of the mellow juice 1
"When she is happy. th
world knows it.'
Band, Secg.: Lit - Wit!
t, in a peremp-
nose upon his
nigh, no low. no
n, Pres.: Base-
r is the clear
of the soul."
, from care 1'm
i others all con-
lb: Jr. Girls Hi-
: Hi-Y, Treas.:
lnor Roll: Bio-
"Be swift to hear, slow to
Slow to wrath,"
"You hear that boy laughing
-you think he is all fun:
But the angels laugh too.
at the good he has done."
Freshman Homeroom, Sec'y.-
Treas.: Soph. Class Pres.:
Student Council: Bio-chem-
Phys.: Bear Cub Staff:
Marshal: Jr. Rotarian: Head
Cheer Leader: Youth Coun-
cil: BRUIN Business Staff:
Semester Honor Roll: Sr.
Teen-Age Club, Pres.: Sr.
"My wealth is health and
Goldsboro High School-3
"Fm not driving fast-
I'm just flying low."
Basketball: Baseball: Band:
Monogram Club: French
"Who broke no promise,
served no private end,
Who gained no title, and
who lost no friends."
Latin Club, Sec'y.: Bio-chem-
Phys.: Dramateers: Glee
Club: Lit - Wits, Pres.:
Marshal: Semester Honor
Roll: Baum Business Staff.
"Saying and doing are two
"Her willingness is always
Glee Club: French Club:
"Nothing can bring you peace
Riverside Military Academy:
Baum Art Staff.
"But so fair, she takes th'
breath of men away,
Who gaze upon her un
Basketball: Monogram Club
Jr. Girls Hi-Y: Sr. Girls Hi-Y
Chaplain: Sr. Superlative.
"Happy the man who enjoy:
"Studious of ease. and fond
of humble things."
Basketball: French Club: Lit-
"Blest with temper whose
Can make tomorrow as
cheerful as today."
Glee Club: Sr. Girls Hi-Y.
l'll start on the short-snorter for my old classmates of '47. They certainly are scattered about but they're
a that I have no trouble keeping up with them. I
it do you know! Eddie 1Casanoval Salter has Arthur Murray worried about his dancing school. Seems most
Jils are ladies. but he doesn't mind, I'm sure. But why do you have classes at night, Eddie? Or don't the ladies
b md Charlie Rhodes have opened up a soft drink factory. No doubt their physics is useful to them in
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Brinson has taken over Carmen Miranda's place on the screen. and from latest reports, she certainly is filling
ietrician, that "doubting Thomas" Jean Coble, has proved that the Pythagorean Proposition was worked out by
i Jones. Seems that she had the right idea after all.
ilpl do Lyno line fgrnier Nancy Vontergl was elected one of the ten best-dressed women this ycar, but that's
:rising to us. since we selected her as the best-dressed glrl of our senior class.
lhoiis designs Mrs, do Lyngs Clgthes, as well as those of the other nine best-dressed women. In her leisure
ids fashion shows.
lnggtgn is algo ii natignally prominent person, As a senator, he is outstanding. His latest campaign is for a
hine for the senators "rumpus room." 1
fre on tho Siihjooi gf the well-known, we must mention Marilla Jones, our author who has written a history
ith is a famous model. Quinnelly runs the model agency that she works for which is the closest he could
fa hai-om Albert Brooks is the photographer who has such a good technique-for getting beauty down in
liitc, naturally. What did you expect? V -
id recently received a presidential citation for hlS ,let-propelled automobile which runs on water. It's completely
lil-lo Sc-ieniilic world, as has Ed Posing digcgvery of a way to convert steam into hot air for politicians who are
rry is tht- soloist at the Little Church Around the Corner in New York where Carolyn Hunnings rings the
ilyn learned her trade in New Bern High School.
rmstrong liked football so much that he's now raising his own "Pig" skins.
cSorley is on thc radio. He is the announcer you hear saying, "Are you run down when you finish running
io you feel groggy after only fourteen hours' sleep? Does your head ache when it hits a wall? Then try
looding's band is now at the Stork Club in New York. where it specializes in songs of the Old South.
,amb is in Hollywood making a new picture opposite Hollywoods leading wolf. The name of the picture. by the
icestein meets the Wolf Man."
.zcll and Horace Ballard are the coaches at Notre Dame and Army. respectively, and for the past five years
ave dead-locked with a score of 0-0. They seem to be getting nowhere fast!
me's training in Home Ec. is coming in handy now. She's teaching the Army a few things-.--about cooking. of
of the Army. Buddy Coplon got caught in the draft'-.not the kind he used to create by opening windows. though.
Green is a baby specialist. She should be, with nine of her own.
llohn and James Garrick have a barber shop over on Main Street. Charlie spots the customers and James
I don't know who cuts their hair, but I've heard James calling Jack Edwards, 'Jack the Clipper."
Hill has a circus known as "Hill's Thrills," featuring Mimi Jurgens and Rosie La Nuts as the daring trapeze artists.
Led to be our Pat Miller and Anne Edwards, but. success hasn't gone to their heads. Patsy Osborne also works for
s the fearless lion-tamer. while Christine Register leads the circus band. Where would all of these girls be today
n't inherited that Boy Scout tent?
als and Bill Winberry have opened New Bern's newest and most up-to-date theatre. tThat'1l be Sl0.00, boys.l
chols and Gladys Boyd are swimming instructors at New Bern's new pool. As an added attraction they go
-rnoon and do a high dive to give the pupils a goal to work for.
Black is about to put Charles Atlas out of business with his muscle building classes. He shows you how to
ysical frailness for only 31.98. with a money back guarantee if you can prove you don't have a muscle. Alma
ae was signing up for a course the last time I took a treatment, Oops! I mean the last time I passed by.
.ratcher writcs the musical criticism t'or the New York Times.
isn't much doubt, even ten years ago, as to what Lucille Dissel would be. and now we find that we were right.
appy house wife.
lallenger, Lois Bowden and Faye Connor, with Jesse Parks and James Scott, are publishing a magazine for red-
as the "Auburn Annuals."
ima Hughes has a beauty shop where she distributes the latest "dope" along with beauty aids.
cll certainly is patriotic. Since she left the Secret Service Know don't ask what she did, because it's a deep. dark
devoted all of her time to raising a new crop of Merchant Mariners.
Williams recently won a prize for his sailboat, the Tom-Tom, which travels by means of a bellows he rigged up.
lill and Robert Bell are the town's newest doctors and they are trying to out-do each other by slogans. Horace's is,
cure your ill!" and Robert's is "If you're not well, just come to Bell!"
lardison and Brant Brinson are trying to perfect a plant that will produce finished cigarettes. Good luck,
'olson and Billy Vendric own a whole block at Atlantic City. Hubert has a hotel lguess where he got the furni-
illy runs a pct shop. specializing in hyenas-laughing, of course.
Lewis has rented a shop from them, where she sells candy. Where did she get that idea?
lorris runs a restaurant there too.
fre doing so much talking about running, we musn't forget to mention "Anky" Rowe who is running in Bridgeton
hcr no less!
lrinkley and June Goodwin have joined the Marine Corps. They just couldn't resist it any longer.
'atherington manufacturers make-up.
Richards has a chain of exclusive dress shops, and Jean Willis is the manager of the one on Fifth Avenue. These
'icc is a private detective. He's the t'ellow who found out why Richard didn't open the door. He's now trying
rho Kilroy really is.
Karam has a zoo. You certainly can't say we haven't. produced a variety.
Parker, Fanny Forehand, and Ruth Boyle are instructors in a night school. I got a letter from one of them the
,it I couldn't read it. It must have been written in the day time.
Jverby is really cleaning up this town. She's the new City Manager and she's making war on the Racketeers.
l Rachid is cooperating with Norma in her clean-up. I-Ie's the street sweeper.
rkcr drives the truck that picks up the laundry. Our people do work together nicely, don't they?
Lennett is secretary to Trygve Lie, head of U,N,O. But don't think she takes dictation all the time.
iaffe is a policeman. He directs traffic down-town so there won't be any jostling and pushing.
Guion is an instructor in flyingshigh flying, that is.
irmcr plays with Phil Spitalny's orchestra.
Sherman is manager ot' a Steamship company.
rews is on a personal appearance tour with the USO.
irgettel repairs roller skates. That's what makes the world go round for Sally.
guess I'll hang my close on this line. Happy future to all and to all a good life.
aa! will and geatamenf
We the Senior Class of New Bern High School of the above state and county, in the year of our Lord, nineteen
hundred forty-seven, being of sound body and excellent mind and considering our approaching graduation
in June, do ereby declare this to be our last will and testament to be executed in the following order:
Aarxcns I, To the Faculty
To our esteemed principal, Harry J. MacDonald, we leave students who. eager in attaining an education,
will orderly conduct themselves under the environment of his corrective presence.
To all the teachers we bequest our studiousness, model conduct, undivided attention and witty remarks.
Aarxcu: II, To the Classes
To the Juniors we leave our empty seats of honor, the privilege of higher education and "Macbeth,"
To the Sophomores we beckxeath our undying school spirit and a continuation of all our brilliant ideas.
To the Freshmen we leave ardships, good times, and honors, all to be endured and enjoyed in the course
of four glorious years ahead.
Anrxcaa III, To Individuals
The following personalities make these personal bequeaths:
Joanne Bratcher eaves her band uniform to Albert Brinson.
Audrey Richards bestows her ligstick upon Iola Taylor.
Nancy Venters leaves her date ook to Anna Lancaster.
Tommy Gooding leaves his band of long-haired musicians to Larry Warrington and Joe Kline.
Mary Smith leaves all her Carolinia "interests" to Pat Collins.
Robert Bell leaves his chickens to Mr. Whitehurst.
Keeping it in the family, Sonny Quinnelly leaves his "pride" to Mary Ann.
Laurice Karam and Frances Lewis leave their cheerful dispositions to Jo Anne Turnbull and Peggy Glllikin.
Harrg Jaccibis ang Tom Wood have decided to have their artistic talents equally divided between Bill Kelly and
yr war s.
That "Clerk Kent of NBHSU after much tl'l0UEl'll Bhd wllaideration be tows his quarter-backing to Bill Pugh fwe
mean Langston. of coursej.
"Mozart" Coble leaves her keyboard talents to Kathryn Maxwell,
Barbara Green leaves Physics-period!!
Lois Bowden and James Scott leave their "carrot tops" to Jimmy Williams.
Albert Brooks leaves his camera to Wilton Block.
B. G. leaves N. B. ithis time for goody.
Chrtstine Register leaves her talking ability to her sister, Marie,
Tommy Will ams bestows his ability to beat those drums, to Ben Williams.
Verge Paaffe leaves his "school spirit."
Betty Ann Parsons and Jean Willis leave their almost empt peroxide bottles to Faye Bland.
Charlie Rhodes and Paul Wetherington leave their "Sn0zzfes" to Bill Lewis.
Robert McSorley and Mary Hughes bestows their hashfulness upon Doris Parker and Sammy Torrence.
Curtis "Hoover" Hardlson leaves his School Bus to Clarence Dail.
"Baby" Ballard leaves those awful facial expressions to Sonny Daniels.
Ankle Rowe leaves Frances-at 10 P.M.
Marllla Jones leaves her artistic hair-do's to to Guinevere Lillie.
Buddy I-Iill, Billy Rawls, and Bill Winberry leave the Kehoe Theater to Jean Johnson and Ruth French.
Eddie Salter leaves his position as "head cheer leader" to anyone who thinks he can manage lx girls at one time.
Carolyn Hunnlngs leaves that "blessed" class bell to Hugh Swan.
Peggy Bennett leaves her ability to "get along" with Milton, to Irene and James Crisp.
Leon Blzzell leaves his Captain position to anyone who will likewise make All-State.
Eunice Brinkley and Elizabeth Goodwin leave the Marine Craps to Pat Patterson and Patsy Cavanaugh.
Tincx Guion thoughtfully bestows her "gift of gab" to Emmett atson.
Pig rmstrong leaves the typing room to the rest of the poor typing students.
Coplon leaves all the windows in school-wide open.
Richard Black bestows those broad shoulders upon Guy Rose.
Hubert Tolson leaves that ram-shackle car of his to Jarvis Arthur.
Ed Posta hopes to leave Senior English-
Anne Edwards bestows her blushing upon Lovie Thomas.
Billy Vendric bestows his profile upon Richard Skinner.
Ann Brothers leaves her stately height to Virginia Lokey.
Charlie Mohn leaves his "20-10" vision to "Admiral" Ward.
Lucille Dissel leaves her book on "How To Get Your Man" to the library-with the pro9f-that it works!
Jack Edwards bestows his "dialects" upon Buddy Boahn.
Kitty Ewell leaves next years' Baum to Ruth Rawlings.
Horace Hill and Pat Miller leave their iiendish laughs to Jean Huffstettler.
Norma Overby leaves Gaskln's Drug Store, but not for long.
Shirley Norris leaves the "Hut" to Mrs. Cox.
Patsy Osborne leaves her football uniform for next year's Hi-Y Initiation.
Leroy Price leaves his cheerful smile to Sonny Russell.
Raymond Rachld leaves his Conduct Grades to Kathleen Kaus.
Emily Farmer .leaves her intelligent questions and answers to Pat Scott.
Sally I-Iargett and George Parker leave their quietness to Yvonne Rhodes.
Gladys Boyd and Carol erry leave their voices for the needy members of the Glee Club.
Anne Andrews leaves her studiousness to Katherine Wike.
Brant Brinson bestows his chin upon Andy Gum .
Mary Frances Lamb and Gladys Ballenger, leave tgeir freckles to Mergie Williams-
Ruth Boyle and Fanny Forehand leave their demureneis to any needy Ffe hmeh-
James Garrick bestows his "Sportsmanship" upon anyvhe who'11 have it.
Clifton Sherman leaves his Boat to Ida Mitchell.
Connie Newton bestows her "dry wit" upon Ruth Rawlins. Wh0'll find need Of it.
Jesse Parks leaves his excellent record-war and otherwiee-10 anyone Wh0 C-H11 equal il-
Klttg,Nichols leaves her merry laughter to "Little Margaret."
ith apologies to any Senior omitted, I leave this the Last Will and Testament to be enacted to the nth degree.
WHDFSSBIZ B tt signed
Rfligynafvlfm, Doxus Bnmsou,
ED SUTTON Jo ANN TURNBULL FLORENCE BELL
President Vice President Secretary-Treasurer
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ll-1-MRS. SMALLWOOD. First row, left to right: Florence Bell, Peggy Gillikin, Shirley
Johnson, Irene Flowers, Pat Collins, Jo Ann Gober, Marie Fulcher, Mrs. Smallwood. Second
row: Peggy Armstrong, Dorothy Coston, Jane Ellis, Eunice Britton, Eunice Carawan, Ruth French.
Mary Dunn. Third row: Jarvis Arthur, Robert DeCamp, Bobby Bennett, Clifton Gaskins. Billy
Brinkley. Fourth row: Ray Epperson, John Cole, Nolan Davis, Clarence Dail. Sonny Gaskins,
James Crisp. Not pictured: Faye Bland, Cyril Edwards, Douglas Ferguson, Joyce Pelletier.
11-2-MISS GREENE. First row, left to right: Frances Hadnott. Mary Piner, Ida Mitchell,
Elinor Nassef. Doris Parker, Clara Goulding. Betty Pate. Jean Huffstettler, Margaret Leinback,
Alma Paige. Second row: Ruth Rawlins, Marie Register, Florence Hantf, Kathleen Kaus, Faye
Joseph, Virginia Hargett, Guinevere Lyllie, Edith Leary, Miss Greene. Third row: Thelma
Harris, Bill Lewis, Carlton Lewis, Anna Lancaster, Jean Johnson. Emil Hatem, Joseph Habib.
Everett Nelson. Fourth row: Herbert Ireland, James McKenzie, Freeman Miller, Verge Paffe,
Lamont Grantham, Kenneth McCain, Joe Kline. Not pictured: Bill Kelly, Moses Manning.
Georgia A. Parker.
ll-3-MRS. BRINSON. First row, left to right: Mrs. Brinson, Reva Taylor. Verna Russell, Nellie
Tisdale, Nancy Wike. Mary Ipock, Pat Scott. Jean Simpson, Margie Williams. Second row:
Peggy Simpson, Vivian Sumrell, Marie Roach, Jackie Wade, Iola Taylor, Mary Alice Tilghman,
Lovie Thomas, Jo Anne Turnbull, Carol Roberts. Third row: Edward Sutton, Guy Rose, Ivan
Smith, Roy Setzcr, Richard Skinner. James Watson, Robert Fisher, Leon Williams. Fourth row:
Kennedy Ward. Sammy Torrence, Larry Warrington, James Williams. E. A. Rooks, Kenneth
Riggs. Not pictured: Margaret Slade, Katherine Smith. Shirley Tucker.
PETE ORMSBY MARGARET DUNN NBTA WHITTY
President ' Vice President Secretary-Treasurer
Sophomore CMAJ fficerd
10-1-MISS TANNER. First row. le1't to right: Sue Culpepper, Adelaide Houston. Ruth Atkinson,
Sarah Barker, Dorothy Crisp, Virginia Daniels, Janice Arthur. Janet Croft. Second row: Patsy
Brinson, Dorothy Barber, Frances Beacham, Theda Davis, Bernice Carter, Jane Coble, Christine
Bland, June Bullard, Elsie Daniels. Third row: Louis Daniel. John Connolly, Clifton Cayton.
Franklin Atkinson, Max Armstrong, Miss Tanner, Joyce Daniels. Fourth row: Harry Blackwell,
Johnny Bishop, Thomas Connor, Beau Bremer, Wilton Block, Jack Casey, Not pictured: Carl
Brasington, Uzie Broadstreet. Althene Butts,
10-2-MR. WHITEHURST. First row, left to right: Elsie Herring, Reta Habib, DeLena Hughes,
Elma Ipock, Dorothy Sellers, Joline Garner. Second row: Sue Ann Harman. Betty Lou Fales,
Sara Holton, Dorothy Harrell. Sara Dillahunt, Phyllis Kelly. Third row: Patricia Gahel, Gertrude
Dixon, Elizabeth Hill, Pat Hall, Margaret Dunn, Herman Harrison. Fourth row: Mr, Whitehurst,
Billy Jones, George Ives, Ernest Isley, Bradley Hnnff.
I0-3-MRS. AUSBUN. First row, left to right: Charlotte Merritt, Dorothy Pugh, Joyce Land,
Nell Parker, Kathryn Maxwell, Barbara Moore, Marie McCaHity, Mrs, Ausbon. Second row:
Evelyn Liverlnan, Peggy Reeves, Margaret Nichols, Celia Lively, Virginia Lokey, Mary Livesay,
Betty Perry, Lowell Mitchell. Third row: Robert Auspach, Frank Moore, Neil Patterson, Edward
Moore, Joseph Mann. Fourth row: Pete McSorley, Billy May, Pete Ormsby, Harold Lokey.
Hilton McDaniel. Not pictured: Bobby Matthews, Robert Murray, Robert Phillips, Bill Pugh,
Dorothy Rawls, Bill Salter.
I0-4-MISS HAMMOND. First row, left to right: Mary Louise Taylor, Pattie Shipp, Pearl
Waters, Louise Brown, Cecelia Sainia, Neta Whitty, Catherine Wike, Joyce Smith, Gladys
Russell. Second row: Esther Watson. Bessie Mae Moody, Betty Mac Willis, Helen Thomas,
Cherry Trader, Yvonne Rhoades, Annie Simpson, Anne Andrews. Third row: Ormond Lee
Thomas, Billy Tingle, Corky Wheeler. Roinmie Newberry, Houston Whitty, Jimmy Springle,
Meredith Smaw. Fourth row: Dan Smyer, Richard Taylor, Warren Russell, Marvin Smith,
Allen Ross, Hugh Swan. Not pictured: Miss Hammond,
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Sl-I-MISS ANDERSON. First row, left to right: Iris Frurnan, Alice Connera, Zelphia Massey,
Patsy Cavanaugli, Joyce Conway. Carlene Chalk, June Boyd, Joe Eubanks. Second row: Jackie
Burncttc, .Io Ann Brasington, Barbara Bcnninghoff, Daisy Dixon, John Coston, Sara Blaylock.
Runcll Brock, Beatrice Chambers, Alphonsus Dixon. Third row: Glenn Eure, Everette Collins,
Charles Frye, James Brown, John Bengel, Jesse Caton, Tommy Coston, George Carberry. Fourth
row: Edward Buic. Bobby Booth, Roy Cahoon, Sidney Epperson, Mrs, Sigmund, John Ausey,
Preston Carziwan, Stamey Everhart. Robert Ewell. Not pictured: Buddy Boahn, Billy Gaskins,
Sl-C!-MISS ANDREWS. First row. left to right: Nevin Leary, Dorothy Jefferson, Peggy Hill,
Dorothy Hawkins. Aurie Bclangia. Mildred Jones. Betty Harris, Ann Ipock, Bessie Heath.
Second row: Gerald Hales, Joseph Latham, Winifred Gunnerson. Kathenia Hagan, Ella Koonce,
Frances Waters. Janice Holland. Bctty Jean Harris, Miss Andrews. Third row: Adair Grant.
Don Jolly, Forney Hoke, Alton Lamm, Gerald Dennis, Ben Gilliken, Enrico Hamilton, Ralph
Game. Fourth row: Gordon Hollister, Bobby Helms. Edward Hill, Harold Jones. Joseph Jones.
Ncal Harrison, John Hargett. Gene HufTman. Not pictured: Robert Gower, R. B. Hendren.
9-3-MRS. RHODES. First row, left to right: Dorothy Sasser. Laura Wynne, Polly Watson, Zilda
Small, Julia Wellons, Sarah Tisdale, Martha Shields, Elizabeth Stewart, Richard Banks. Second
row: Mark Skinner, Doris Winfield, Dorothe Romaine, Pat Young, Frances Ruddock, Shirley
Salter, Margaret Sadler, Mrs. Rhodes. Third row: Robert Moore, Rodney Smith. Hardy
Swindell, Donald Brown, Bobby Sasser, Ray Wetherington, Ben Gurganus. Fourth row: George
Scott, Rexford Williams, John Scurlock, John Shields, John Trader, John Samia, Robert Smith,
Thomas Wiggs. Not pictured: Raymond Hardison. Harry Shriver, George Smith, Jean Williamson.
9-4-MR. DUAK. First row, left to right: Georgie Parlier, Helen Malpass, Connie Ormshy.
Peggy Ann Lee, Elizabeth Lee, Altha Jane Mitchell, Sandra Donaldson. Marillyn Roberts. Barbara
Riddick, Zelma Paul, Clara Powell, Billy Mason. Second row: Ophelia Nelson. Frances Martin.
Elizabeth McSorley, Edna Paige, Carolyn Liverman. Ruth Murray. Mary Maples, Teresa McSorley,
Mary Posta, Eugenia Owen. Third row: Robert Perry, O. V. Rowe, Jr., Burney Dixon, Malcolm
Noah, Patricia Patterson, Vernon Potter, John Norris, James Muse, Mr, R. W. Doak. Not
pictured: Joyce Morton, Don Saunders.
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LITERARY STAFF. Seated, left to right: Jo Anne Turnbull, Jr, Editor: Connie Newton, Sr.
Editor, Dottie Brinson, Feature Editor: Kitty Ewell, Editor-in-Chief, Miss Lucy Hodges, Miss
Frances Hammond, Advisers, Connie Ormsby, Freshman Editor: June Bullard, Sophomore
Editor. Standing: Sonny Quinnelly, Sports Editor, Johnny Connolly, Ass't. Sports Editor, Ruth
Rawlins, Ass't. Editor.
BUSINESS STAFF. Seated, left to right, first row: Celia Lively, Photographer: Pete Ormsby.
Ass't. Business Managerg Ann Brothers, Business Manager: Peggy Bennett, Typist, Patsy
Brinson and Kathryn Maxwell, Advertising Manager. Second row: Peggy Simpson, Bette
Anne Parsons, Lucille Dissel, Jane Ellis, Carolyn I-Iunnings, Pat Miller. Jackie Wade, Neta Whitty.
ART STAFF. Seated. left to right: Buddy Boahn, Tom Wood, Anne Edwards, Art Editorsg
Harry Jacobs. Iola Taylor. Jimmy Williams.
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IH-ZAR FUI! S'l'AFlf. Seated:-flett tnqrightz Miss Sarah Greenie, Adviser: Bill Kelly, Mary Alice
'l'ilgl1m:in, Carlton Lewis. Clarence.-Gaskins. Bill Lewis, Richard Skinner, Ed Sutton. Oscar
Quinnclly, Jmncs Crisp, Standingr Cyril 'fEdwards, Pete Ormshy. Louis Daniels, Roy Setzer.
Ed Hill, .lost-ph Klinc. Carolyn Humniings, Ivan Smith, Leon Bizzell, Maria Kafer, James
lVlL'Kvnziv. Not pictured: Buddy Hill.
BOYS Ill-Y. First row. seated, loft to right: Bill Kelly, Ivan Smith, Richard Skinner, Ed Sutton.
Second row: Louis Daniels, Clarence Gaskins, James McKenzie, Bill Lewis, Carlton Lewis.
Third row: Pi-tc Ormshy, Ed Hill. Standing: Milton Langston, Allan Ross, Oscar Quinnelly.
Dr, Roy Millcr. Adviser: Buddy Hill, Leon Bizzell, Frank Moore, Roy Setzer. Cyril Edwards.
Seated, left to right: Torn Gooding, President, Patsy Brinson, Secretary-
Treasurerg Jo Anne Turnbull, ,Vice Presidentg Robert Armstrong, Leon
Bizzell, Ed Sutton, Roy Setzer. Standing: Elizabeth Guion, Dot Jefferson,
Ann Brothers, Johnny Connolly, Harry Blackwell, John Cole, Bill Kelly,
Seated, It-t't to right: DeLena Hughes, Mary Ipock, Virginia Daniels, Christine Bland. Celia
Lively, Grace Cook, Gertie Dixon, Louis Daniels Seeond row: Kathryn Maxwell, Joyce Land,
Sarah Holton, Ann Andrews, Elizabeth Hill, Sue Ann Harman, Margaret Dunn, Patsy Brinson,
Betty Lou Falcs. Standing: Peggy Anne Reeves. Frank Moore, Billy May, Vivian Sumrell,
Dorothy Pugh, Billy Jones, Janet Croft, Pete Ormsby, Catherine Wyke, Wilton Block, June
Bullard, Miss Ola Andrews, Neta Whitty, Ed Hill. George Ives.
Seated, left to right: Marie Register, Shirley Tucker, Jean Huflstctler, Patsy Patterson. Pearl
Waters, Mary Louise Taylor. Mildred Jones, Evelyn Liverman, Florence Hanff, Betty Mack
Willis, Thelma Harris. Patsy Cavanaugh, Second row: Bette Ann Parsons, Shirley Salter.
Edith Leary, Dorothy Romanus, Mrs. Gladys West, Frances Hadnott, Zilda Small, Frances
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JUNIOR GIRLS HI-Y. First row, left to right: Elizabeth Hill, Pat Scott, Florence
Bell, Ruth Rawlins, Nance Wyke, Kathryn Maxwell, Margaret Leinbach. Second
row: Mary Alice Tilghman, Lovie Thomas, Patsy Brinson, Jo Anne Turnbull,
Iola Taylor, Pat Hall, Margaret Dunn, Jackie Wade. Not pictured: Mrs. Raymond
SENIOR I-II-Y. First row, left to right: Kitty Ewell, Jean Coble, Carolyn Hunnings,
Ann Brothers, Peggy Bennett, Anne Edwards, Nancy Venters. Standing: Marilla
Jones, Connie Newton, Emily Farmer, Pat Miller, Elizabeth Guion, Doris Brinson,
Laurice Karam, Patsy Osborne, Carol Perry.
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FOOTBALL TEAM. First row, left to right: Leroy Price. Joseph Habib. Richard Skinner,
Carlton Lewis, Andrew Rowe, Ivan Smith, B. G. Harker, Sonny Daniels. Rummy Newberry.
Second row: Allen Ross, Charles Mohn, Milton Langston, Robert Armstrong, Leon Bizzell,
Captain: Sonny Quinnelly, Co-Captain: Charles Rhodes, Harry Jacobs, Horace Ballard, Verge
Pafe, Ed Posta, Johnny Bishop. Third row: Coach Doak, Sonny McKenzie, Emmitt Watson,
Harold Jones, Kennedy Ward, Harold Lokey, James Garrick, Sonny Gaskins, Robert Philips,
Ed Sutton, Ray Potter, Vernon Potter, Roy Setzer, Manager.
THIS SEASON the Bears won the East North Carolina Athletic Conference.
This was the first title won by a New Bern team in twenty-three years. In con-
ference games the Bears were undefeated but tied over. In Non-Conference
games the Bruins were defeated by two double "A" teams but the Bears tied
a strong E.C.T.C. J-VEE squad. This very good record is due to the splendid
work of "Peanut" Doak, 'tChuck" Conner, "Mike" Jowdy, and the cooperation
of the team.
Sept. Goldsboro .......... 18 New Bern
Sept Greenville .......... New Bern
Oct. Durham .............. 38 New Bern
Oct. Kinston ...,,......... 12 New Bern
Oct. Roanoke Rapids 18 New Bern
Oct. Tarboro .............. New Bern
Nov. E.C.T.C. .............. 12 New Bern
Nov. Elizabeth City .... 13 New Bern
Nov. Washington ........ New Bern
BIG THREE. Left to right: Captain 'Leon BIZZSII
Coach "Peanut" Doak: Co-Capiaili. "S0I1Y1y' Qulflnelly
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Those people supplied thc pep at the ol' hall park. First row, left to right: Ann Brother-1,
Anna Lanczistcr. Anne Edwards. Second row: Nancy Venters, Betty Anne Parsons. Eddie
Salter, ht-ad cheer leadcrg Doris Brinson, Patricia Collins.
This is what made opposing teams tremble with fear: Line, left to right: Robert Armstrong.
right cndg Horace Ballard, right tackle: Loon Bizzell, vaptain, right guardg Johnny Bishop, left
tackle, Sonny Quinnelly, co-captain, center: Ed Sutton, left guard: Harry Jacobs, left end.
Backlit-ld, left to right: Charles Mnhn, wing hackL Milton Langston. blocking back: Richard
Skinner, fullbackg Ankie Rowe, tailback.
These fellows will be niissed next year but ball players develop fast. Kneeling, left to right:
Milton Langston, B. G. Harker, Ankie Rowe.. Leon Bizzell, captain: Leroy Price, Charles
Rhodes. Standing: Charles Mohn, Horace Ballard, Robert Armstrong, Verge Pafe, Sonny
Quinnelly, co-captaing Ed Posta, Harry Jacobs, James Garrick.
Left to right: Andrew Rowe. Co-Captain: Hubert Tolson,
Sonny Russell. Horace Ballard. Co-Captain: Sonny
Quinnelly, Buddy Hill. Jimmy Brown. Standing: Ivan
Smith, Johnny Connolly. Kennedy Ward. Bill Winberry.
Emmit Watson. Coach Doak.
Column to right, starting line-up, top row. left to
right: Coach Doak, Horace Ballard, Co-Captain. Center,
middle row: Jimmy Brown. Sonny Russell. Forwards:
Ankie Rowe, Co-Captain: Sonny Quinnelly, Guards.
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The Boys' Basketball team showed a great
deal of improvement during the season. The
Bears started slow but ended the season with
a bang-in third place in the conference
:t row, In-ft to right: Shirley Salter, Zilda Small, Pat
Shirley TuckL-r. Captain: Anne Edwards. Jean
pson, lola Taylor. Second row: Kitty Ewell, Managerg
gy Armstrong, Frances Ruddovk. Frances Beacham,
ly Amie Parsons, Patsy Brinson, Dottie Brinson, Miss
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Bvavhani, Shirley Salter. Middle row: Patsy
Shirlnp Fuckar, Captain. Bottom rou. Doris
, JL-an Simpson.
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Phe Girls' Basketball team rushed into
fir schedule and didn't let up the whole
uson. In their games the Bruins were de-
nted only once. This is a good record for
First row, left to right: Charlie Rodes, Oscar Quinnelly, Ed Sutton, Buddy
Hill, Ivan Smith, Joseph Habib, Hubert Tolson. Second row: Sonny
Russell, James Garrick, Jean Simpson, Doris Brinson, Iola Taylor, Shirley
Tucker, Nancy Venters, Kitty Ewell. Third row: Emmitt Watson, Horace
Ballard, Roy Setzer, Clarence Gaskins, Allen Ross, Leon Bizzell, Robert
Armstrong, Charles Mohn, Johnny Connolly. Fourth row: Harold Lokey,
Carlton Lewis, Milton Langston, Johnny Bishop, Anky Rowe, Richard
Skinner, Leroy Price, Harry Jacobs.
Kneeling, left to right.' Sonny McKenzie, Milton Langston, Johnny Con-
nolly, Hubert Tolson, Leroy Price, Richard Skinner, Roscce Setzer,
Manager. Standing: Doug Davies, Charlie Mohn, Leon Bizzell, "Pig"
Armstrong, Ed. Sutton, Sonny Quinnelly, Francis Ferebee, Coach.
MARY EMMA HUGHES
Most Likely to Succeed
Top row: Pretty Qocks Irene "A le 1' h'
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neat, eh Kelly? . . Team two. Third row: Familiar . . . Au come on, Smitty , . .
Dying to get out. Fou tl, ' '
1' 1 row. Eddie, we love you . . . Lazy leap frog . . , Ah men!
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First rout' What long arms you havvx Bishop . . . Aw now, Russvll . . . B.T.O
Svvorzd row: Giv'um some Candy, Wood . . . You uamu it . . . Yea, tcam! Third Tou'
'l'hvy put doors ou 'um nowadays, Taylor . . . N. Bfs Glamazons . . . What thay
faalla? . . . What smells. you two? . . . What ya' douf, Roscoci' . . . Buddy, Baby
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THE NEW BERN NIEDICAI ASSOCIATION
DR. ROY A. MILLER
DR. E. F. MENIUS
D. C. MCCOTTER.
A. J. WILLIS
H. K. LAND AND SON
R. E. WHITEHURST
J. C. WHITTY
T. C. FITZGERALD
N. E. IVIOHN
HIGH SCHOOL P-T.A.
A recession is a period in which you tighten up your belt.
A depression is a time in which you have no belt to tighten.
When you have no pants to hold up, it's a panic!
HOME OF BETTER VALUE
Bizzellz Young lady, your rent is way past due. You will pay or go out!
Dott1e: A11 right, darn it. I'11 go out with you.
Miss Hodges: Charlie, write a sentence with the words "bitter end" in it.
Mohn: The dog chased the cat, and he bit 'er end.
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All Kinds of Groceries DIAL 2136
Confevtions and Fruits
Garrick: Beer, please.
Garrick: Naw, justa glass.
Coplon: Ah, Watson I see
, you still have on your winter underwear.
atson: Marvelous, Coplonl How did you deduce that?
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put on your
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STALLINGS BROS. INC.
NEW BERN, N. C.
Cop: Have you a warning s gnal o the f ont of you car
Flossiez Yes s'r, I have a little s gn that says Dodg B others
Barber Black: Will you have anything on your face after I've finished shaving
Ballard: It doc-sn't seem likely!
Bridgeton Lumber Co. TAYL0B MOTOB C0.
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Rail and Water Shipments Ph0I1e 4160
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NEW BERN, N. C.
Member of F. D. I. C.
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DEALERS IN FRUIT AND J0HNS0N
PRODUCE TIRE COMPANY
DIIWDY FURNITURE BROAD STREET
COMPANY GROCERY CO.
t R. W. Ipock, Prop.
"The Home Furnishersn
GROCERIES : MEAT
C. H. BOYD
Poultry and Seafood
6'0nly the Best in
Mr. Bullard: But I can't buy th
Mrs. Bullard: Remember, dear,
That's what we must consider first.
is ovorcoat, Gladie. It's three sizes too large
it has to go over the car radiator this winter.
Waiter: We got some good zoop today. Want some?
Ruth: Zoop? What is that?
Waiter: You know what hash is? Well, zoop is looser
W. B. Smith
American Oil Company Products
Frank Hargett, Mgr.
Hay, Grain, Seed, Feed K- R- JONES, ll
PHONE 4319 203 George St. Dial 2127
L. L. BRINSDN
143 Middle Street
NEW BERN, N. C.
411 Queen Street
6'The Same for Lessi'
624 Hancock Street
Washing : Greasing
GASTON HQTEL Corner Broad and Hancock Sts.
Wike Cglnlstxrvulcetion Co. Compliments
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Office and Warehouse
201W South Front Street
P. 0. Box 163 Phone .2037
NEW BERN, N.7C.
BRIDGETON, N. C.
"Is this Joe?"
"Sure this is Joef,
"Doesn't sound like Joe."
"It' ll ' ht."
s me a rig
"Can you lend me 310, Joe?" I
I'11 ask him as soon as he comes 1n.'
lvliss Andrews: Shall I take this train to Chapel Hill.
Tickct Agent: No ma'am, the engineer will do that.
I CERE CQ PLIMENTS
LU BER COMPANY
Jvzxn: Will you join inc in a bowl of soup?
Dottie: Do you think there will be room for both of us?
Bill Winberry: Do you believe in Buddah?
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Dot Costin: Of course I o, u in oleomargerine is just as good.
C. C. C. SERVICE
NEW BERN, N. C.
Goodyear and Firestone Tires
Washing and Greosing a Specialty
Tire Repairs : Oil Changing
Simonizing Just for Pleasure
Phone 9774 W. E. Swain, Prop.
BAUGH 6' SONS
High Grade Fertilizers
Telephone 4145 - 4146
106 Craven Street
NEW BERN, N. C.
Known for Good
NEW BERN and
Mrs. Smallwoodr Cotton, what's an autonomy?
Cotton: It's something a man pays his wife when they get divorced.
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NEW BERN'S BIGGEST AND BEST
Bendix Automatic Washers
THE DINNER BELL
413 BROAD STREET
T Cher: Why did you kick Johnny in the stomach?
C turned arou d too qui k
Coach Doak: Skinner, what's the Hrst exercise you take when you awaken
Skinner: I turn over slowly and go back to sleep.
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NEW BERN'S 1312 Brood Street
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NEW BERN7S NEWEST, LARGEST, FINEST
Mama: Johnny, one more bite like that one, and you'll leave the table.
Bishop: One more like that one, and I'll be ready to leave the table.
Mrs. Sniullwood: Cotton. what is space?
otton an ' W "s ' ' 1'
C Pi l. ell. it. b0lHCth1l1,, where therc's nothing. I can't explain i
xzictly, but I'vc got it in my head.
FUNERAL HOMES, INC.
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FOR SUPERIOR DRY CLEANING
SEND YOUR CLOTHES
H A R D Y M O O R E
CLEANERS AND TAlLoRs
HUME 0F MUNITE MUTH PROOFING
313 Middle Street Dial 2134
Sonny D Qprvsvnting Mr. Daniels with his report cardbz Here's the report
nd, Pop? Boy are wc dlllllblf
Of the sad surprises, there's nothing to compare with treading in the dark
on a step that isn't there.
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"Little" Joe Kline: What do you do when a person forgets his change?
Mr. Lipman: You tap gently on the counter with a dollar bill.
Policeman tto "Tramp Jacobs" sitting on top of oak tree? 3 Hey! What are
doing up there?
"Jake": I don't know, I must have sat on an acorn.
CITY LUMBER COMPANY
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NEW BERN, N. C.
Lucille: Goodness, Jimmy, this isn't our baby. It's the wrong carriage.
Jimmy: Shut up! It's a better carriage.
First Cow: How do you like the new hired man?
Second Cow: I think he's an awfuljerk.
J. C. PENNEY COMPANY
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"They tell me Jo Anne's marriage was the result of love at first sight."
"That's right. If she had been gifted with second sight, she'd still be single
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Mrs. Smith: Officer, do people get killed here very often?
"Dick Tracy:" No Ma'am, only once.
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Oscar: Will you eat dinner with me tonight?
Kitty: Thanks, I'd love to.
Oscar: Fine, tell your mother I'll be over at eight.
Mr. Whitehurst: If I lay 5 eggs here and 3 eggs there. How many will I have
Skinner: I dontt think you can do it!
LARGEST JEWELERS IN
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Jacobs: It's up to us to teach this new girl the difference between right and
Rhodes: O.K. You teach her what's right.
Coach: Darling, I've made up my mind to stay at home.
Betty: Too late, Bob. I've made up my face to go out.
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Phone 3587 IZOI Queen St.
NEW BERN, N. C.
242 Middle Street
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Apparel for Women
Center of Fashion
254 Middle Street
"Flowers for all Oecasionsw
333 South Front Street
Staple and Fancy Groceries
606 East Front Street
Day Phone 2388 : Night 2810 DIAL 3161
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. . "A GIFT FOR ALL"
Batterles and Servlce All Loans Strictly Coniid ntial
0nly Licensed Pawn Shop i the City
Mrs. Whitford: Would you like to give ten cents to help the old ladies' home
Buddy Coplon: What? Are they out again?
Mr. Turnbull: I'l1 teach you to mak
Sutton: I wish you would, sir. I'm
e love to my daughter.
not making much headway.
Watches Diamonds Nvrih CuI'0li1w's
Gifts Growing Printers
STA N LEY'S
J EWE LE RS RICHARDSON
208 Middle sheer PRINTING
Next Door to
Lipman's Department Store
Expert Watch Repairing
0ur 77th Year
HAWK RADIO PHONE sioo
APPLIANCE Co. M'TCHEU- 5
Boom nAwK, Manager HARDWARE
Kelvinator : Philco : RCA 315 south Front Sheet
Duo-Therm : Thor wk
Small Home Appliances
Freezing Chests for
Columbia - Victor Records
Hardware - Harness
Sonny D.: Believe me? I'm going
Temple D.: Good! You need one ba
Carl B.: Do you love mc, darling?
Anna L.: You know I do, Neal.
Carl B.: Neal? This is Carl.
Anna: Of course! I keep thinking today is Monday.
NEW BERNIAN HOTEL
NEW BERN, N. C.
"Stop at Recognized Hotels"
GRENOBLE HOTELS, INC.
ATLANTIC AND EAST CAROLINA
lVIcSorl0y: What part of your car gives the most trouble?
Brooks: The nut mat holds the wheel,
Kline CPa1estine Speciallz Watchagotna package?
Emil Hatem: Sabook.
Emil: Sadickshunery, fullinaims. Wife's gonna gettaplecedog and gotta
LUCAS AND LEWIS, INC.
New Bern, North Carolina
A hula is a wild-waist show.
Jo Anne T. Choldi g k b the dogb: Spe k Sp k.
Dog: What'1l I say?
BRANCH BANKING fr TRUST CO.
The Safe Executor
Sound Banking and Trust Service
Fourteen Offices in Eastern North Carolina
RESOURCES OVER ONE HUNDRED MILLION
Member of Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation
BOAT WORKS, INC.
MANUFACTURERS OF BOATS
MARINE R. WAYS
R. Moore: What shall I say b t the blondes who made such a fu at the b
Ed, of Sun Journal: Why, just y th t the bl h rs went wild.
M s Tan r: Take 326 from 21A4, and what's the d ff
P gh: Th t' what I say, what's the difference.
VISIT WITH US OFTEN
Gifts for All Dccasions
M A O L A
MILK 81 ICE CREAM COMPANY
PASTEUBIZED DAIRY PRIIDUCTS
NEW BERN, N. C.
A modern g 1 d t h man, but th mouse-trap d t h
e eith .
HIGH SCHOOL P.-T.A.
PILLSBURY and PREMIUM
Raymond L. Taylor
INTERIOR TILE AND MARBLE
THE SMART SHOP
D' I 3657 "NEW BERN'S SMARTEST
NEW BERN, N. C. SHOP
W. C. CHADWICK
NEW BERN, N. C.
REMINGTON SALES AND
222 Craven Street
S. B. PARKER C0.
LENNEX AIRE - FLO HEATING
SHEET METAL WORK
HOME PRIDE STORES
CHOICE MEATS : GROCERIES
FRUITS AND VEGETABLES
IOI8 Broad Street
FANCY MEATS AN D
I249 Pollock Street
NEW BERN, N. C.
New Bern Distributing Company, Inc.
C E N T R A L C A F E
"The Cafe Good Food Built"
.. of ...
Owned and Operated by New Bernians
LEE MOTOR SALES., INC
320 South Front Street
NEW BERN, N. C.
KAISER - ERAZIER
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