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

 - Class of 1953

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ff J, kM.y ... Q! THE if WW iffy? Wpvff JQ '+ XXX xxx! 1 Lf opL ofv EDITOR 1953 ETSY UNDEN Busffvsss MANAGER f, K' M f if ,LVD CH f x N J . N fx K I ig A, Q. F bi 5 S Q if 3 S X , f Q J If 1 ff' .XMI , -,KI f I ' Mgr b ff iff , ' A I V Ia! 1 N r' .fill ' 5 k K , ' ,L ,J 1 ' , f"I: ' Y 4,1 1 fb, L fn 1' C ON TEN TS I F AC ULTY SENIOR S FAVORI TES JUNIORS SOPHDMORES FRE SHMAN CLUBS MUSIC PUBLICATIONS SPORTS FEATURES N I xx ,x I N T '. N . T x 5 iid EDITORS MESSAGE This yearbook is tor you . . . the students of New Bern High School. Our stall has run around ntadly, trying to make deadlines . . . vve'ye taken pictures, pictures, and pictures . . . yye'ye worried the faculty, our parents, and ourselves , . . and last but not least, yve'ye had fun. Our special thanks tor their help and understanding in the publication of this l953 BRUIN go to Mr. VV. E. Brinkley, Mrs, D. A. Roebuck, Mr. Lee Blackwell, and many, rrtany, other wonderful people. We hope that this year's BRUIN will always bring to nftind the good tinwes vve'ye had, and the good friends vve'ye made, and serve as a guide back to pleasant yesterdays. A075 I A ff! 7 ff!! Mn I F CUL Y iz? Q ' x H E ,X 1 f X f X I Y ,J 'E :I 31, I M f W I fl ,W ,, ,f 1 Mnnyl f W f f W W if ff!! Yllvx Wfflnh J X' 1 ,I .nhl oi 1 ,gi ,fjitw ff., 'sw .aiu ' O 19: 'Nm - x Q - F 'M U an 2 , -, ,. f bf . A -3 5 Q,f-QW -'XF1 f W- ,J j ,Q . Q ', X .1-D fr 4'1f'Al, X2 sf ' --. A Mfg' Q sf, T QS . x 5 I I 4 1 .fm 7 '55 L ,I ,f ww- f ri n ill 5 'xg , JOE CARUSO Math B.A., Elon College IVY PHILLIPS CHADWICK Math A.B., East Carolina College M.Ed., Duke University J V - i l-J' y , if:-J 4 Q ,JN J. rwi' . , J l" Mm", . ry' 'ij' it 1' .ff fl X' Lois M. FENTRESS ' Biology, World Geography A.B,, Atlantic Christian College FRANCES FISCHEL Health and Physical Education B,S., East Carolina College g X LOUISE ANDERSON English B.S,, Longwood College MARGARET I. BRINSON Typing, Economic Geography, Business Law Ph.B., Elon College K , 6 6 BARBARA Y. BROCK Math, Science A.B., University of North Carolina MARY C. BULLOCK English A.B., Elon College ELIZABETH R FLOWERS Librarian BA., University of North Carolina B SLS., University of North Carolina MARTHA GARDNER Biology A B., Winthrop College M.A., Duke University HELEN GASKINS Home Economics BS, East Carolina College SARAH M. GREENE English BA., Atlantic Christian College LUC'E HODGES Engllsh B A Salem College MARGLHRETTE JOHNSON Social Studies World History Government A B Women s College University of North Carolina MlRlAM KOCH Distributive Education HYACINTH W LANCASTER English A B., University of North Carolina M.A , East Carolina College LILA D. SMALLWOOD U.S. History B.A., Westhampton College DONALD SMITH Music B.M., Eastman School of Music M.S., University of Michigan JAMES N. SMITH, JR. Physics, Math B.C.E., North Carolina State M.S., University of Alabama CAROL V. WlLLiAMS Secretary-Treasurer Not pictured: SARA L. HUNNlNGS Spanish, Civics A.B., Women's College, University of North Carolina DAVID L. WALTERS Band B.S., University of Miami FRANCES H. NOBLE Shorthand, Typing BS., Women's College, University of North Carolina WlLl. B. PITTMAN Health and Physical Education AB., East Carolina College LAURA RHODES Latin A,B., Greensboro College ILA MAE ROEBUCK English, French A.B,, University of North Carolina Miflwfw U1-HX! H f .111 fL!l Q ENl0l2S BARBARA ALLEN Looks . . . Florida . . . Jerry St. Petersburg High School, St. Petersburg, Radio Announcer 4, Student Government 4. RACHEL ALLIGOOD Library . . . Cherry Point . . . Larry Library Club 4. WYNEMA ARCHAMBAULT Braids . . . friendly . . . quiet Torvirvw ARNOLD Choir . . . Riverside . . . chess Florida, Fort Lauderdale High School, Fort Lauderdale, Florida, Boys' Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, Football 25 Choir 4, Basketball 4, Baseball 4. CHARLES LEE ATKINSON, JR. Football.. . . happy . . . cute Glee Club 'lg Football 2, 3, 4, Co-Captain 4, Boys' Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, Sports Editor Bruin 4. BARBARA BALLARD Cherry Point . . . friendly . . . saddle shoes CATHERINE BALLEW Smiling 1 . . quiet . . . sweet RICHARD PAUL BARaouR Artist . . . Bridgeton . . . precise Bridgeton High School lg Dramateers 2, Basketball 2, Latin Club 35 Hi-Y 3, 4. ri? RUTH BENNETT Boys . . . blondie . . . reserved FHA, FTAg Basketball 1. VERNA BLAND Pleasant . . . serene . . . cheerful Domus LORRAINE BLow Floyd . . . trim 'n slim , . . wedding bells Basketball 1, 25 Monogram Club 2, 3, 4, Glee Club 1, 21 Choir 3, Ag FTA lg Dramateers l. MTCHIE BOOTH Near . . . sweet . . . complete RUTH IRENE BARFIELD Diamond alto . Bud Glee Club l, 2, Clwotr 3, -1, FHA lg Dramatlcs Club A Basketball 4. GERALD LANE BASS Basketball . . .Marines . , , sports announcer Basketball l, 2, 3, A, Captain Ag Football 3, Uaseba l, A, Manager 35 Monogram Club 2, 3, Ag Bear Cu Sports Staff Ag Hi-Y 3, A, Jovce BASS Soda jerk . . . brain . . . likeable RONALD BELCHER Bus . . . math , . . practical joker Qu .yt-N-wr., . ,,,. V ,QL as , -,,f,N3: ibm 'Trl Y 3 ff vt 'QQ , 52 A QQLLWSF5 CHARLES BOYD Buzzie . , . fishin' t .Choir Glee Club lg Choir 2, 3, 4, Basketball 2, 4, Boys' Hi-Y 4. JOAN PAYE BOYD Johnny , .clothes , , Director FHA 2, President 2, HlAY 2, 3, 4, Semester Honor Roll l, 2, 3, 4, JIMMY BOYD T-Baby . . . Physics . . .cousins Football 3, A, Baseball 3, A, Basketball 2, 3, 4, Mono gram Club 2, 3, 4, Choir 2, 3, 4, Glee Club l. JERRY DEVVITT BROOKS Burlington . . . French . , . Navy Burlington High School. EVELYN COOK Mrs. Register . . . Tuscarora . . . shoes FTA l, 2, 3, Secretary 3. DOT COPLON Convertible . . . clothes . . . capable Student Government 2, Ap Beta Club 3, 4, Hi-Y 3, 4 President 3, 4, Marshal, Semester Honor Roll l, 2, 3, 4 Bruin Editor-in-Chief., Jiivuvtv Crzooivi ABP . . , grades . . . Marshal Grainger High School, Kinston, N. C4 Latin Club 2, Marshal, ELLIS DAUGHTERY Smile . . . considerate . . . quiet CHARLES DUFFY Boy Scouts . . . Doc. . . PYF CLAUDE EDWARDS Plymouth . . . groceries . . . Band Beta Club 3, 4, Treasurer 4, Choir 4, Senior Class Treasurer, Latin Club 2, Band l, 2, 3, 4. DOROTHY EDWARDS Robert . . . kindness . . . hair 'n' eyes Oak Grove High School, Glee Club I, DE 4. Joi-iN DeNsoN EPPERSON Girls . . . football . . . Einstein Glee Club 1, Choir 2, 3, 4, Jay Vee Football 2, Foot- ball 3, 4, Basketball Manager 2, 3, Monogram Club 3, 4. GLORIA DAVIS FTA... Tommy. . .DRE Student Government 3, 4, FTA 3, 4, Treasurer, Sopho more Class, Treasurer, Junior Class, Band l, 2, 3, Dramateers 3, Vice President 3. JOAN GLORIA DEGNAN Dellon . . . writer . . . travels High School of Industrial Arts, New York City, AURILLA DlxoN Typist . . . innocence . . . pretty Glee Club l, 2, Choir 3, 4, Basketball I, 2, 4, Drama teers 4. TOMMY DlxoN S-Cat . . . Tweetie Pie . . . Clare Glee Club 4, Football 4, Dramateers 4, MARION MURRAY EVANS Manager . . , Penney's . . , Clemson Beta Club 4, Bruin Staff 4, Semester Honor Roll l, 2, 3, 4, Hi-Y 3, 4, Manager Girls' Basketball Team 4, Bear Cub Staff 3, 4. NANCY LEE EVERHART Velt . . . Chrysler . . . Navy FTA 3, Secretary, Junior Class, Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, Bear Cub Staff Ag Marsbal. EDWARD EARL FERGUSON lntelligence . . . Marshal . . . plaid shirts Basketball 2, 3, 4: Football 3, Beta Club 3, 4, Semester Honor Roll I, 2, 3, 4, Marshal. PATSY RUTH FERRELL Popcorn . . , flirt . . , cheerful Bear Cub Business Staff 3, Bruin Subscription Staff 4, Semester Honor Roll 1, 2 Beta Club 3, 4, Hi-Y 2, 3, 4. Jtrvt FRAZER Hetfycat , . , transfer . . . grin GLADYS MELDA FULCHER Sweet , , .quiet. , eyes Glee Club 2, 3. JOHN WALTER FUNK Drum Major . . . Pocchie . . . concerted MAXINE ELIZABETH GARNER Robert . , . popular . , . blondre Glee Club l, 25 Choir 3, -1. ELEANOR RAE HILL Red hair . , . freckles . . . Dixie-Belle Glee Club 2, 3. Joi-iN WEsi.ev Home Choir . . .Faye . . . Blue and White Freshman Class Vice President, Glee Club l, Choir 2, 3, 4, Monogram Club 3, 4, Sports Editor Bear Cub 4, Baseball 2. EMn.Y Monizis HOLLISTER Jimmy . , . unpredictable . . , Bear Cub Treasurer, Freshman Class, Vice President, Sophomore Class, Editor-in-Chief Bear Cub, Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 3, Senior Editor Bruin, Student Government 4 LQRRAINE Horam Talkative . . . alert . . . attentive ANGIE GAsKiNs Methodist , . . French . . . Gloria Glee Club l, Choir 2, 3, 4, FTA l, FHA l, 2, Bruin Subscription Staff 4. Louis GASKINS Baseball . . . Penr1ey's . . . looks Alliance High School, Football 3, 4, Baseball 3, 4, Co., Captain 4, Monogram Club 3, 4, President 4, Student Government 4. Ci-mis EDWARD GRIMSLEY Handsome. . . Beta Club . . . busy Glee Club l, Choir 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 3, Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 3, Vice President 4, Football 4, Chairman, Board of Education 4, Student Government 3, 4. ROBERT N. HASKINS Masonic Theatre . . , Ford . . , Germany U.S, Army, DE Club 4. NORA THOMAS HOUSTON FTA . . .Oaks Road . . . gentle Latin Club 2, Bear Cub Business Staff 1, Glee Club FTA, Bruin Typist, JOHNNIE HUGHES Long hair . . . flirt . . , nature boy Football 2, 3, 4, Monogram Club 3, 4. HENRY IPOCK Vanceboro . . . pool . . . polite Vanceboro FarmvLife School, Football 4. JANE JOHNSON Nice . , . sweet . . . friendly JOHN PHILIP JORDAN Sketches . . . cute . . . Hi-Y Bruin Staff T, 2, 4, Boys' Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, Student Govern ment Senate 4. TAFT JOSEPH Wit . . . cut-up . . . zoot-suit Latin Club 25 Band l, 2, 37 Boys' Hi-Y 3, 4. TOMMY KARAM Choo'n gum . , . vivid eyes . . . heart-breaker FRANCES LAMM Questions . . . smiling . . . carrot-top KATHERINE BERNADETTE Liaaus Pleasant . . . Drug Store . . . shy Latin Club 2, Library Club 3, Ag FTA 45 Bear Cub Staff. EDWARD LIPMAN Executive . . . Red Plymouth . . . photographer Dramateers 2, 4, Photography Editor Bruin Ag Bear Cub Staff 45 Bruin Business Staff 4, Debating Team 3g Latin Club 2. CHARLES LovELAcE Popcorn . . . SCOOYEV . . . SBX Band I, 2, 3, Ag Boys' Hi-Y 3, 4, Bear Cub Business Manager 4g Latin Club 2. JOYCE MANNING Nice smile . . . pretty eyes , . . conservative SHIRLEY LAMM Pretty . . . Oaks Road , . , petite ANNETTE LEE Complexion . . . cheerleader . . . diplomat Hi-Y 3, A7 President, Sophomore Class, Beta Club 3, 4 Cheerleader 3, 45 Choir 3, Ag Chief Marshal. SAMUEL LEWIS Bus . , . glasses . . . black hair Baseball 3, Ag Bus Driver 3, A, THOMAS EVANS LEWIS Blonde . , . friendly . . . Rocky Mt. BILLY Moons if 54--1f1,2, Football . . . bashful . . . brains ff, Football 4, Baseball 3, Latin Club 2. "4 MARGIE ELIZABETH Moolze David . . .long eyelashes . . . soft voice FHA lg Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, Choir 2, 3, 4, Beta Club 3, 4, President 4, Bruin Staff 45 Senate A. .ji'i?5f:r3f'fS3t,!',' - , 1, ' ' L A l ,. A , 7L,,nf..:gp 5 ' , - . -. . s . l J Xa .VAA. 1v2iAf,v'jN . .LU-9 WWA , W A , ROY Moons Q 'l,QA,,A,"ll Duke . . , buses . . . that laugh Snow Hill High School, Jay Vee Basketball, Bus Driver 3, 4, DE Club 4, Hi-Y 4. Boaav LEROY MORRIS Rama . . . Berea . . . conscientious Glee Club 2, Dramateers 2, 4, Berea College Founda- tion School, Hi-Y 4. MICHELINA MARGARET MORRIS Mag tiny cute G e Clubl 2 3 ELIZABETH MORRISON Classy clothes cashmeres camp Bear Cub Staff Bruin Business Staff KATRINA ANN MozlNGo Engaged . . . library . , . Willys FHA l, 2, 3, Treasurer lg DE 45 Library Club Presi- dent 2, 3. ELIZABETH MUNDEN Studebaker . . . twinkling foes . . . class Basketball l, 2, 3, Co-Captain 3, Monogram Club 2, 3, 45 Bear Cub News Editor 4, Business Manager Bruin 4g HLY 4, Semester Honor Roll l, 2, 3, 4. RAY NICHOLSON Pontiac . . . Cherry Point . . . quiet JOHNNY DEAN OLIVER J. D ..., football . . . dimples Bus Driver 2, 3, 4, DE Club 4, Football 4. RAMA PAGE Giggles . . . Bobby . . . typist Hi-Y 4. JANET PARKER Capt. Tootsie . . . wit . . . bobby sox Latin Club 2, Choir 2, 3, 4, Cheerleader 3, Bear Cub Staff 3, 4, Bruin Staff 4, Hi-Y 4. EARL CLOSS MCILWEAN, JR. Likeable . . . Chevy . . . Physics Jasper Farm Life School, Dramateers 3, 4, Bus Driver 3, 4, Hi-Y 4. JERRY ALLEN MCINTOSH Band.. ,Hi-Y.. .AGP Band I, 2, 3, 4, Boys' Hi'Y 2, 3, 4, Secretary 3, Treasurer 4, Latin Club 2. ANN MCSORLEY Vim . . . vigor . . . vitality Hi-Y l, 2, 3, President 2, Student Government l, 2, 3, 4, Vice President 3, President 4, Choir 2, 3, 4- Beta Club 3, 4, Head 4, Girls' State 3. JUDITH FAYE NEWTON Brown eyes . . . lun . . . jokes Dramateers I, 2, 3, Secretary 3, Bear Cub Staff 4, Bear Cub Business Staff 4, Bruin Feature Editor 4- Bruin Subscription Staff 4, Latin Club 2. JULIA ANN PATE Quiet , . , Bridgeton . , . smiling Sue CAROL PAUL Joe . . . Swinging Sue . . , Florida Bruin Staff I, 3, Bear Cub Staff 3, 4, Cheerleader 2, 3, DE Club 4. CAROL PEARSON Jackie . , ,flirt . . . boys Girls' HLY 3, 4, Cheerleader 4, Beta Club 3, 4, Choir 2, 3, 4, Semester Honor Roll I, 2, 3, Student Govern- ment 4. BEULAH PINER Serene . . . pleasant . . . blondie LEON JOSEPH PINNER, JR. WHIT. , .Frances . . . WMBL President, Freshman Class, Boys' Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, Choir 2, 3, President, Junior Class, Beta Club 3, 4, Marshal. ETHEL Races Red hair , . , alto voices , . . full of fun Glee Club lg Choir 2, 3, 4, DE Club 4. RALPH RITTER Band . . . neat . . . Ford convertible ROSEMARY ROMANUS Worry-itis . . bvll-ringer . boys Latin Club 2, Glee Club 2, 3, Bear Cub Business Staff 3: Bruin Business Staff -S5 Cheerleader -1. JOYCE STANLEY Typist . . . red . . . capable Glee Club I, 2, Choir 3, Latin Club 3, Bear Cub Staff 3, 4, Bruin Staff 4. BOBBY SUE STOGNER Shortie . . . legs . . . happy-go-lucky Glee Club 1, Choir 2, 3, 4, Library Club 1, 2, FHA,'FTA. ELSIE THOMAS SWAIN Pretty . . . Lawrence . , . nice CAROLYN TALBOT Cow eyes . , . pink cashmere . . . Brooklyn Latin Club 2, Jay Vee Cheerleader 2, Bear Cub Staff 4, Dramateers l, 2, 3, 4. BRYAN MEYERS SCOTT Carol . . . smart clothes . , . Studebaker Latin Club 2, Vice President, Senior Class. MARILYN SMITH Smitty . . . neat . . . likeable DE 4. TOMMY SMITH Gloria . . . football . . . Eagle Band 1, 2, 3, Football 3, 4, Choir 3, 4, Senior C President, Boys' Hi-Y 4, Student Government 4. MYRTLE SMURDA Chevy , . . Pollocksville . . . grin DIXIE LEE TAYLOR Cute . , . sweet , . . tiny FHA I, Glee Club I, 2, Choir 3, 4, HI-Y 3, 4, JUNE BOOTHE TAYLOR Mrs .... good-natured . . . smart Swansboco High School, Dramateers 2, SADIE TAYLOR Most studious , , . capable . . . pleasant Latin Club President 2g Beta Club 3, 4, Secretary 4 Senior Class Secretary, Hi-Y 3, 4, Honor Roll I, 2, 3, Ag Marshal. RICHARD THOMAS Undecided . . . debater . . . Army , fi SHIRLEY CAROL THOMAS Blondie . . . Bogie . . . smallfry Ill lg FHA 1, 2, Hi-Y 3, 45 Semester Honor Roll Bruin Typist 4. BILLY TINGLE Plymouth . . . friendly , . . cheerful JIM TURNAGE Lady-killer . , .crazy . . . handsome Ketterlinus High School, St. Augustine, Florida, Foot- ball 3, 4, Co-Captain 4, Baseball 3, 4, Monogram Club 3, 4. JAMES WATSON Bus . . . consistent . . . attendance REBA VVHITTY Sport . . . vivacious . . . dimples Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4, Captain 4, Glee Club lp Choir 2, 3, 4, Drarnateers lg Latin Club 2, Hi-Y SUSAN ALICE WILLIAMS Willing . . . boys . . . worker Choir 2, 3, 4, Bear Cub Staff 3, Bruin 3, 4. Subscription Manager 4, Student Government 4, Marshal. LUCY MARGARET WILLIS Reserved . . .quiet . . . helpful CAROLYN JOYCE Wooo Popular . . . dimples . . . giggles FHA l, 2, Student Government 2, Hi-Y 2, Class Secretary, FTA 4, Bear Cub Staff 4. 3, 47 Junior JAMES WESTBROOK Vet. . . athlete . . . Romeo BETTIE WI-IITE Calm , . . Cherry Point , . . amiable Latin Club 2. CHARLTON WHITE England. . .shiny shoes . . . smiling DONALD ALLEN WHITE Photographer . . . hair style . . . Benners Glee Club lg Choir 2, 3, 4. 5 .i7lI'N07l-'X"- ffl 5 J-emao-Ng , I ' fq1w1 f,.unv5 fL4fJD ffi C,-HJ5. 'ADOLPH YANEZ San Diego. . . accenf . . , Cuff San Diego High School, San Diego, California. ' 7 1 ! 4X QV' X l' fflnw ff- 'M 1 A A 7 I N. B. BEAR M Valor . . . strength . . . victory ff Foovball Team l, 2, 3, 4, Baseball Team l, 2, 3, 4, d X Basketball Team l, 2, 3, A, Bear Cub Staff l, 2, 3, 45 l swan Staff 1, 2, 3, 4, swdem Council 1, 2, 3, 4, Q i Monogram Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Defeated "Red Devil" 4. Q If all AZ? ,',-vqaxxe Remember When 833 LAST WILL AND TESTAMENT ln thrs year l953 we the Senror Class ot New Bern Hrgh School berng of sound body and sane mrnd Q95 bequeath the tollowrng artrcles rn the manner named below Artrcle l To Mr MacDonald we leave our lore and be t fvrshes for berng a wonderful trrend To Mr Brrnkley for hrs never endrng rnterest and wrshes tor each ot us to do our best we leave our heart telt thanks hoprng that each year wrll brrng hrm more success and happrness as Prrncrpal ot New Bern Hrgh School To the Faculty we bequeath our model conduct undrvrded attentron and clever remarks Artrcle 2 Wynema Archambault leaves her long black brards to Jo Kater Tommy Arnold bestows hrs vorce upon Albert Romanus Lee Atkrnson passes the tootball to Doug Sasser Gerald Bass leaves hrs grace on the court to Bones Hrll Joyce Bass leaves her shorthand book rn the wastepaper basket Ruth Bennett leaves Rrversrde to Ann Moore Mrchre Booth leaves her neatness to Gatesy Matthews Jrmmy Boyd leaves hrs Physrcs book on the Bunsen Burner turned full blast Jrmmy Croom wrlls hrs hrgh grades to Barbara Cook Glorra Davrs leaves her school sprrrt to all who yell at the ball games Aurrlla Drxon leaves her lrpstrck to Mary Dunn McCotter Charles Dutty bequeaths the P Y F to Helen Swan Dorothy Edwards bestows her norsrness on Pete Hall John Epperson leaves hrs curls to Scoogre Ed Ferguson leaves the Boy Scouts to the Clement twrns Patsy Ferrell leaves her tlrrtrng to Bettre Bland Peggy Franks bestows her good wrshes upon the poor underclassmen Jrm Frazer grves Hettycat back to Macbeth Melda Fulcher leaves her red locks to Nancy Lrlly John Funk leaves hrs concert to Sylvra Cayton Maxrne Garner bestows her pleasrng personalrty upon Bunny Boyd Angre Gaskrns leaves her French book to Lrbby Matthrs Lours Gaskrns leaves the Baseball Team to Robert Kennel Chrrs Grrmsley bestows hrs handsomeness upon Jrrn Murray Robert Haskrns leaves hrs pleasant attrtude to whoever needs rt Eleanor Hrll leaves her freckles to Jean Wetherrngton Emrly Hollrster leaves the Bear Cub to Gatesy Matthews Nora Houston leaves her laughter to Grnger Smrth Johnny Hughes leaves hrs tlrrtatrousness to Carl Coley Jane Johnson leaves her good nature to Sylvra Perkrns Henry lpock bestows hrs borsterous nature upon Sandy Tuten Annette Lee leaves her posrtron as Chret Marshal to whoever has the brarns Sam Lewrs leaves the bus garage Charles Lovelace lends hrs dancrng shoes to Sonny Fones Take care of them Sonny' Jerry Mclntosh leaves the clarrnet sectron to Henry Thompson Ann McSorley leaves the Student Government to Marron Herrrngton Brlly Moore be tows hrs shyness upon Oscar Kater Margre Moore leaves her beautrtul eyes to James Allen Lancaster r r 1 1 - r 1 Q r f' r ' 1 r 1 - H rf - , ' , - H - 11 - r rr 11 ff rr - - rf 11 ' 1 C . Bobby Morrns leaves hrs math ablllty to next years algebra class Margaret Morrns leaves her tvny feet to Bud Parker Ann Mozungo leaves the library to Vnola Dorme Betsy Munden leaves her dancing abllrty to Marne Eubanks Bull Davis leaves has corner rn Mass Hodges room to Redden Kelly J D Olnver leaves has good conduct record to Larry Blythe Rama Page bestows her glggles upon Harold Jones Janet Parker leaves her llttle black book to Jean Wrnght Sue Carol Paul leaves for Florlda Carol Pearson leaves her energy to Barbara Wnlluams Ethel Ruggs leaves her alto voice to Sara Kllne Rosemary Romanus bestows the problems of the world upon the shoulders of Jane Wellons Byron Scott leaves has clothes to Tody Thorne Tommy Smuth leaves hrs cackle to Norman Kellum Joyce Stanley leaves her typing eraser worn out Duxne Taylor and Bobble Sue Stogner bequeath their stately herght to Jo Ann Huff and Boots Whltford Shnrley Thomas bestows her Innocent look upon Braxton Blythe Jnm Turnage leaves has good sportsrnanshlp to Allen Joyner Bettue Whlte leaves her sweet dusposltlon to Roger Laughunghouse Donald Whute leaves has photography Interests to George Shrlver Reba Whltty begrudgungly leaves the run of the courts to lla Grey Mcllwean Carolyn Wood leaves her popularity with the opposute sex to whoever can make as good use of nt Dot Coplon leaves THE BRUIN to Helen Kafer Article 3 The following people have nothlng they wlsh to Barbara Allen takes her looks and goes to loin Jerry Rachel Alllgood leaves to get marrned Rnchard Barbour leaves over the Neuse Rnver Brldge Irene Barfleld leaves to marry Bud Jarman Ronald Belcher leaves lumpung from has school bus to has luttle car Catherune Ballew and Barbara Ballard leave on the Cherry Polnt Bus Verna Bland leaves gladly Dons Blow leaves as Mrs Taylor Buzzne Boyd leaves to go fushmg I-aye Boyd and Johnny Hoke depart hand rn hand Jerry Brooks leaves for the Navy Booble Cook leaves for Tuscarora Ellus Daughtery leaves Bookkeeplng he hopes Joan Degnan leaves Dellon but not for long Tommy Duxon departs for Ghent Claude Edwards leaves the grocery business for ctood Nancy Everhart leaves to loun Velt Phul Jordon and Taft Joseph leave to rarse Cann Frances Lamm leaves talknng loudly Shnrley Lamm leaves for Kress Tommy Lewus leaves for Rocky Mount Katherlne Lubbus leaves to attaun hngher knowledge Ed Lupman fnnally leaves French Earl Mcllwean leaves smllnng Roy Moore leaves for Duke Betty Morrnson leaves for Kennel s Beach Marlon Evans catches the frrst bus for Clemson Ray Nicholson leaves In hrs Pontlac , . part with, so . . . , . , . , . , . ' ' ll II -1 . , . - I ' I Julia Pate leaves to mail a letter. Joe Pinner leaves to devote full time to the radio stations. Marilyn Smith and Beulah Piner leave Us puzzled. Myrtle Smorda leaves in her Chevrolet. June Taylor leaves to devote toll time to her family. Sadie Taylor leaves with her 20 units. Richard Thomas leaves to loin the service. Billy Tingle leaves and vvonders why. James Watson scratches off in his Dodge. James Westbrook leaves, sleepy. Charlton White leaves in a good mood. Sue Williams leaves and takes her capability vvith her. Lucy Willis leaves hoisterously . . . Imagine that! "Cuti" leaves N.B.H.S., after having driven all the teachers crazy. Signed and witnessed June 3rd, 1953 by: FAYE NEWTON RAMA PAGE SHIRLEY THOMAS MARION EVANS this day of ISN FA onrrr: I I S , ' S S , Y N X, X S x xv 'NNXM Y , i Xl wi ml X XII' ,N , 5,25 5 zswlffsg sa -, l .-5. I.-'iii , - unix A x ifvfff- w ' ' - f my .jf ,MOST ATHLETIC 2,, - Reba WhiH'y Lee Aflrinson -QOH' -5 'w 1 ,Amf,...f,. If 1 ,M,,,, 1. ,-Hi." ,. Ninn J ,gym 1. ,, . .V 1 my :LN A ' law - flfxflkflf 323 16, 1 f wvlxfirffi NVE . -, limi 35,32 - f,,,,,1A..A A4 - 4.49 ,, H4 'aku-.fglg vw "Q il 9712 .figfih-' 'A , AA, in n , A' :J . .,3fH' :A S , 4 X 1.4 .f 4 , + J , W ,Mk ,bf f . , V5 f J ,Q ,sgfgl J' A ,- . , .fn f -N, A 'if' K - 4.1 m,, 'Lf " ,Nga 1 I 4 BEST DANCERS Betsy Munden Lovelace "".:- 5. - fi 1.-... 1 if Y Q 3 3 1 i X br-...,,m Nu. ,vim A5 5? 'A -c ff. 3 Y Most POPULAR Ann McSqffgY ii if A in fix! If . g , f vw 'ww' ' :..",.. we ,W , Q P ' A f .,: H, A , , u.. " . gym Y l ,ww , , x '1,, ,,5- -'sql 'WH' vgikmifh A .Kg T424 JG' f MQ, fy? , . ,ve W 3 ww . MW, 1 ,....-.-..,.......f 5 MJ 4 s mul-H JA x .- 4 gl! 3 Q 'qp!F,::,iq.s"9..,,,.?-,Q Q 1 5 A .-. E . uf, A. 'GSL 53, .. Ragga . wg, .lv 4 5 1, xl 4 4. X. ly - . Pi':'f,. 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N lNI',' ,,L,x' Q , ix X Y, A yfflfl -.tbl S -ffgf-,--L,,i,v -1+-ax L .. I ns. ' 'K K ,' ' H :Q x 'rv - 3 0'-gif?-',. Vw'-L ,, . 1f,rS.'f-Y :H P 6 4' 'iS"12 P-i1Q2'1"f" 1-fs' 5 3:59552 Q N-R, - , . ,, ,.- . l -X H f vi' . Johnnie Albritton Marie Alligood Olivia Armstrong Robert Arthur Sola Baches Shirley Banks Raymond Bayer Emma Ruth Bennett Richard Benninghoff Bettie Bland Barbara Blandford Larry Blythe Sharon Bolin Foster Bordeaux Barbara Braddy Btu Y W ,ik ,,,J.t5Et,f2h 'x V54 73- p""'i NC" .navf gg!" Hi' ar 4--v ull" 3 B-vfW 'X lv ut' -vu! ,,, , 'J M . ,, A.-,K 'fs' 4lq.,.vA, sw are 'Ons 'Uh'-un-,4 Wulf' 3' if , 1 'W' S-nuff ,x,, N. f Ellzabeth Brinson Frances Brinson Floyd Brooks Kenneth Brown Agnes Bryan Doris Bock Bessie Burroughs Bob Burnett Barbara Carraway -L R I l Ka ff S ,L 0 k X V K V. "N frb as r r' 'f aj ,ixllr Q Ann Cartgt ,, Bl ' ihljley Caylon : ,lr l3ylvia Ceylon l L 'f , I 'is Edna Cole Jerry Cole Jean Demmerle Susan Dickens Viola Dorme Luther Eastwood Floyd Ebron Barbara Edwards Ben Epps Marie Euloanks Bill Ferebee Judy Fisher Sonny Fones Connie French Jimmy Fulcher Perry Gard Jo Gardner Rosa Gardner -viii it 1 49,-""llr' ""N' 1, 'B 6 ae' 'ui' J ft: asf' mf io, 1, .".' fre? - Q-1. 1 in -5 , ,ax pas as Q 'Ax , 'Of N N-ff' Edgar Gaslcms Jlmrvay GaSl4irlS Lorralrwe Gooclmg Berry Gray Dorls Gray Mllilrecl Gray Carole Gryb Gunlwllcle Gurmersen Pele l-lall Gall l-larrllllon Jean l-largell Lllliam Harrls Sylall Harrison Ivey He-alla Kay I'-lelllg Richard Hendershof Marion Herrington Harriet Hobby Dellon Holt Glenda Johnson Barbara Jones Anne Jordan Christine Joseph Allen Joyner Helen Kafer Oscar Kafer Betty Kellum Sybil Kellum Redden Kelly Robert Kennel Xm- 'Nw' W-N? in-n-.A K' Bobby Lewis Brinkley Lewis Mary Dunn McCotter l Q lla Grey Mcllwean X 'WF 00" 7? 4-is-Y' V R.. .323 L-11N il' 'IZ' 5-of qi.,--ff' if Gigi," ma -sv 'B' win 4 naval Sammy Maglll Roddy Martin John Mason Gatesy Matthews Libby Mattlwis David Mattison Jim Mitchell Ray Moore Etta Mozingo Steve Mullen James Murray Doug Nelson James Nelson Barbara Newsome Cecil Parker Sylvia Perkins Janice Phillips Billy Powell Aclriene Prevost Hubert Pulley Frank Rawls Herbert Rawls Richard Rice Wanda Rice Barbara Riggs Roy Riggs wf' .23 . 2 he -'Q-f.Q mm, "UN Wore N-Q... , -K 'ff-:"" 'ir' fir' Q7 Jackie Rouse Esther Sandlin Charles Smith " Ginger Smith ag' N Murray Smith --:I Walter Smith Henry Smithwick Waiter Spruill Dera Jean Ste henson 44 p ..,.....-v X? 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Stewart Charles Stokes Jimmy Thompson Jimmy Thomas Ken Tiffany Edward Trader Sandy Tuten Carol Vanderbilt Annette Warner Marilyn Watson Betty Wells Jackie Wetnerington Jean Wetnerington Mary Alice Wetlwerington Patsy Wetlwerington Mary White Boots Wnittord Barbara Williams Graham Williams David Willis Jean Wright NOT PlCTlJRED Acree Jean Branson Ellen Canrpe Mack Davrs Carol Garner Sharon Harper Joe Hrun Johnn Howell Ben Kelly Bernice Kollar Barbara Carmuchael Freddle Davns Melba Dlcklnson Clltton Dnxon Dixon Ellera Fones Hawk Evelyn Shurley Jean Delores uns Jean Heath Pat Huff Jo Ann Johnson Bonnle Alexander Roger Anderson Jackne Andrews Donald Banks Morns Barnhardt Eluzabeth Beam James Bell Ashley Bersche Olney Bond Ray Bremer Chris Buckner John Caldwell James Cathey Thomas DeBruhl Charles Dodson Guy Duell Shtrley Eborn Sara Ernull Carol JUNIORS FRESHMEN Hall Stephen Hardxson Bllly Wilson Patncla Wynne Jack Yates Jewelyn Newsome Barbara Phslllps Joe Prndgen Lonnie Reynolds Charles Sellers June Smlthwnck Henry Soussat Charles Sprulll Walter Ttbbetts Ronald Wells Wnllnam Littleton Roy Mason Ann Moore Bobby Pruce Wtlllam Ruce Clyde Rouse Thomas Sanderson Lula Swanson Frank Whaley Bobby White Aldrudge Wnnch Mary Helen Harker Benny Harrls Sylvta Hacks Carol Jarman Ethel Johnson Eddue McCotter Susan Manntng Martha Manning Myrtle May Dorothy Mitchell Barbara Moore Sandra Morrns Bermce Morrts John Murphy Betty Lou Powell Mary Sawyer A D Smith Harvey Swinson Faye , , , , l l I 7 I 4 I ' . I I Y , 1 I , I ' . I ' 1 SOPHOMORES D I I 1 I ' I 7 I Game, Bobby Smith, Allen , I ' r ' I r I . V I 1 I I , S ' I I ' I ' l I I I I V ' , ' I I . I I I I I I I , . . P I 1 , , L 1 j -L OOKKEEPING' They I NIMH ri w1B'l6Loc1Y LU I Ili! i 'fox F5ME1Z1t.AxV5 Na: Hlllllll L.. 1+er-cL'l'Uf'B fllllllh uefofvfs Guaoc fo -'J l?d+z1z B39 Co!le'cfvoN LXIE b5+L. I2 fs C5-rAf1YDAlll5 g Sep:-aomoszss . yr 1 M K ff 4 1 1 T. x I , Y N ,J 1 nl g . g- 3 ' i' 3 N ' f -1 .1 -' 11111111311- 5 - .-.-'22 . -:N 1 , l J Ailmlllil . P i N -2:-1 I 1ulll:'L 'Ll ' I . .- Uk in -Us 'QW U, S,-,.,z,, ' .U -A I, K ' -Q 1 5,9 'Q Q u t Q l t X-MY .lil ,, A itz , ....--.......... ...Q : I G. , K ,11llu11lm11f Q. ' i' I f - 3.-1 ll i i -- 1 ,.. x ,. X i.:-a:::::-.:- -----g!!ei::.i..::.,...L 1 ' 1 L I 11, IM l L v Y 1 45 X-N., , ,,,,-..--, --I! ...EE----n--a---i-n.-::-::sls- x --E' !1l I ' -'E-"4 l H. 1- 1' 1:- ,. --..-.1 -1:-gs nuul:.::::::2aE:f:,g.. 2g .--- V H, 1 1 ... 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R sk 1 ,-,ff QM -5, T fi M if an z.,.. 3 l ,. is 'Ns ,ws N?.::af is-as -we 'fo x f S ilu '4 U ww 4 Ann Grady Margaret Guthrie Warren Holt Jimmy Holthus Martha Jane Hammond Eliner Hannatord Fred Honrine Marshall Howell Elizabeth Hardison Shirley Harker Richard Hubbard Peggy Hudson Mercedes Harman Robert Harrison Eugene Huggins Happy Hurst Adelaide Hart Billy Hendren Cooper James Anne Jolly David Herring Woodard Hill Anita Jones Annie Jones Nell Hobby Hester Hogan Harold Jones Jimmy Jones i 5, l 3 65.- 57 ""--...tr J is' by Ann Moore Alma Morris Edward Phillips Will iaay Phillips Frances Morton Barbara Muse Glenda Pipkin Dorothy Powell Tommy Muse Ben Nelson Charles Pridgen Lorena Quidley Betty Lou Norris Woodrow Norris Tull Register Betty Rice Carol Oliver Annette Page Francis Ritter Ann Robinson Billy Pake Carol Parker James Rogers Albert Rornanus Jo Parsons Merian Phelps W' John Rose - Evelyn Sandlin . M, S I un-il. ...fl L , I it K r i ,- -as TM l K . 4' 'fix ,n-.. ., .igni- l.4nr' V If 'J A f Douglas Sasser Billy Saulter Edna Tripp Daughtery Twiddy Doris Sawyer Doug Shirley Josephine Ward Charles Watson George Shriver George Slaughter Jerry Watson Sue Wayne Bob Stallings Richard Stewart Jane Wellons Josephine Whaley Carolyn Stone Helen Swan Velma White Larry Whitley Bettie Taylor Tocly Thorne John Whitty Harvey Wilkinson Stella Tingle Harry Torrence Pat Williams Philip Williamson N s 'Qi 0' l 'XF FEE I X X I7"'lN 4 H4255 2. J ll. ." I. ' f I," 'in Q gn 'I I.: Q QQ: ' .gl I x 'Q fd i'i'l g 'f' "I:-: wie. I' f ,X i ii XM I K- ' X X 1 xx f f fx K NR , Q f W H N Q, X ,IIN I X 'y I f W gg N f W X X K , X, in A P 1.x ffm v W A 1, X .- wwgax 1 . , , .pai ,'. ll X fl 6 I I ff.. X . U' . X 4 X x - V i rms. , ar- in 'i sr- . 1 15 We . , fiat 4 ' ik. I 'five V , is ""'f wr A D 'F' ff-A Q' "3 " A . ' 3 3' f ta-..,,. -' 1 " r S .szf ,B , l l itll , ijf. .xl . - 25 s 'Nm tvs. if Ar 'lv--an run. Vi w' I A , Q v agus ,V iff F ' -w N 5 ga , .M X . Q' 1 ,f First row: Nicky Adams, Patricia Allen, Cecil Alligood, Mary Anderson, Euclid Armstrong, Carolyn Arnold. Second row: Lawrence Arthur, Nancy Arthur, Thomas Arthur, Billy Atkinson, Sammy Baber, Pete Baches. Third row: Carl Bailey, Harriet Ballard, Norman Banks, Rochelle Beck, James Bell, June Benetiel. Fourth row: Errol Bennett, Royston Blandford, Bud Bledsoe, Wilma Blizzard, Braxton Blythe, Harry Bowen. Fifth row: Patricia Boyd, Carolyn Boyte, Claude Brantley, Robert Bray, William Brinkley, Don Brinson. , , 'sf x ua" X xi X f 9' s X-W. 1-l' '17 . X- fbi 2 .sv 5 G v '9' -ily -iq' 0 is S' i , Z . 53" JG-elif' 'wwf' .Q 5,44 . :E E . V af ., First row: Jimmy Ellers, Margaret Ellis, Kitty Ferebee, Nancy Ferrell, Yvonne Franks, ,lean Frederiksen. Second row: Billy Frye, Florence Fultord, George Fuller, Jimmy Gaskins, Sara Lou Gaskins, Joyce Gentry. Third row: Ernestine Gillikin, Robert Godley, Jack Green, Patricia Grey, Kermit Guthrie, Celia Hahn. Fourth row: Durward Hancock, James Hardy, Charles Hargett, Baskin Harrison, Nathan Harting, Bernard Hewitt. Fifth row: Hetty Hogan, Joetta Hopkins, Frances Hudson, Shirley Huttman, Regina Hurst, Robert lpock. ,-.. fv- "N 'U' x 26 fs if -ff- leak? VV 5- ,mfs . W, Lt g W X 5"- ft' ta, 1 J l-,J 41" 15 IT? if 'iii' ,,, S-Q. 4, 'Q -er 9' 1.- 6. ra. , First row: Billy Jarrell, Errol Jarman, James Jarvis, Janice Johnson, David Jones Donald Jones. Second row: Ken Jones, Soulee Jordan, Effie Lamm, James Lancaster, Patricia Lawrence, Charles Littleton. Third row: Ltnda Lockey, Reginald Lowery, Edgar Mcllwean, Erwin Mclntosh, Bobby McLawhorn, Willistine Manning. Fourth row: Martha Kay Maultsby, Peggy Midyette, Harold Miller, Hugh Mills, John Morton, Betty Mozingo. Fifth row: Helen Mullen, Betty Ann Olds, Robert O'Neal, Anna Owens, Shelby Padrick, Norman Palmer. iii.: kiwi i N X ,-:ac fa' "G'XR fn- .rdf ,mu ff' ,ails it ""'!' 314 "Q" 'Z' if lg zg, fig 'bv -dw.. aw i , Q J .., it , , ",- 49 z,, N '-gp? 5 i fA"4...x. First row: Bud Parker, James'Parsons, Bobby Pate, Betty Peters, Frankie Petteway, Phyllis Phelps. Second row: Wesley Potter, Rodney Powell, Josephine Price, Nellie Puritoy, Ronald Randall, Harold Rawls. Third row: Howard Rawls, Janet Reel, Betty Reid, Bobby Riggs, Edward Riggs, Herbert Rivenbarlc. Fourth row: Peggy Rivenbark, John Riley Ross, John Rouse, Earl Sawyer, Jerry Sawyer, Bill Scott. Fifth row: Mary Catherine Shields, Judy Singleton, Carlton Smith, Herbert Smith, Joe Pat Smith, Harry Stewart. an Cs , 2 vk,J -... 5- gi ' ' ii fft-f, x if A a fi ' W X l Q li if 2 . A ' ' J if ng w V 'in if ,nf upsu- R A , fo , i First row: Bobby Stokes, Mack Stokes, Bobby Strickland, Charles Strickland, Sylvia Styron, Ethel Swets. Second row: Dorothy Taylor, Phillip Thatch, David Thomas, Henry Thompson, Lena Tilghman, Bennie Tingle. Third row: Dick Tingle, Sue Tooker, Margaret Trader, Billy Tugwell, Frances Tyndall, Merces Tyndall. Fourth rovv: Pat Tyson, Carolyn Vinson, Margaret West, Nick Wetheringtor-, Hugh White, Nancy White. Fifth row- Mildred Vfllis, Slfellgiy Wllis Sylvia Wills Helen Winfield, Davril Wtrrgliely, Milton Wood. QNM' if w xx QMXF' - 'Q 4x -f X Q - , ,X it W s , , , . ,A I.---4' 549' V X f I ,l . N V K I ,,,-7 ,F J U X X l5:,,f5'5' 'V 'lf V. , I If my . , f , ' X 'X hu ' , Ill f .A I ,1 I, ' if "Qf: f:-A... f' ZQZZV Q X ll' X . FUTURE TEACHERS of AMERICA The H. B. Smith Future Teachers ot Amer- ica Club was organized in the spring ot l95O. The purpose ot the club is to stimu- late interest among the members in the teaching profession, to encourage these young people to cultivate in themselves the qualities of personality and character which are the foundations of successful teaching, and to acquaint them with the inspiring story ot the part the free schools have played in the development of our demo- cratic way of life. "We should not be satisfied with schools less good than we know how to make them." BOYS H wf f S 'WM' dass li , Ag ww, wx, 4 ,qw f we . N iycx X J Jl"f gl 5 tr nf 3 W' ye! . k , I s f 2 V' , 4 1, :fa lbl 5 F if ', I I I V JUNIOR BOYS' TRI-HI-Y The purpose of the Junior Boys' Tri-Hi-Y is to create, maintain, and extend throughout the home, school, and community, high standards of Christian character. The aims of the club are to teach its members clean speech, clean sportsman- ship, clean scholarship, and clean living. Proiects for this year have been: helping a needy New Bern family at Christmas-time, and contributing toward the purchase of a portable movie projector for the school. Mp. J Philip Williamson, Secretary, Nor- T man Kellum, Vice President, Harry Torrence, Treasurer, Doug Sasser, President. SENIOR GIRLS TRI-HI-Y The purpose of the Senior Girls' Tri-Hi-Y is to create, maintain, and extend throughout the home, school, and community, highest standards ot Christian character. lnteresting'??'??'? OFFICERS Faye Boyd, Treasurer, Patsy Fer rell, Secretary, Dot Coplon, Presi dent, Margie Moore, Vice Presi dent. D. E. CLUB OFFICERS I Marilyn Smith, Secretary, Ann Mozingo, Vice President, Rosa Gardner, Treasurer, Ralph Ritter, President. The N.B.H.S. D.E. Club is a local unit of DECA, National Organization for students in high schools and colleges throughout the U. S., Puerto Rico, and Hawaii, who are studying Merchandising and Business Services. Its symbol is the "Perfectly Wrapped Package." Its slogan is "The Job Well Done." Its colors are blue and gold. Its chief obiective is to promote each member in every way possible toward a successful future in the Field of Distribution. Club members' activities are limited because of working hours. However, the policy of all clubs is to engage in some worthwhile activity from which the club, school, and community will benefit. The New Bern '53 club was represented by 20 of its members at the state district meeting in Durham, November 12. Spring plans include attending the state meeting in Greensboro in March, and a social event in honor of club members, employers and parents. V . . MA WU' -Q S ls QQ rg. wi fifgw K.. '41 dr: Y if l JUNIOR GIRLS' TRI-HI-Y The purpose ot the Junlor Grrls' Tri-Hi-Y is to create, main- tain, and extend tnrooghoot the home, school, and communrty higher standards of Christian character. Our projects this year have been: rendering services to the hospital and health center, con- .3151-4 tributing toward the school pro- tector, care ofthe bulletrn board, and care ot the teachers' lounge rv OFFICERS Ann Moore, Vice Presidentg Jean Wetherington, Secretary, Barbara Braddy, President, Martha Jane Hammond, Treasurer. Yrhv a LIBRARY CLUB Reading is fun! 1 WG has 'Ou 7' OFFICERS Etta Mozingo, Vice President Arm Mozingo, Presidemg Viola Dorme, Secretary-Treasurer. ll. wig: AM -. 4-:EJ-ff Q, pw 1 .MV , I if 1 vi' .lr .-nh E -.. vw-1 Q., 1, ' tai ' if' if-lm 4 ., I if- ,Q 4 -4. wi Y 5 '52 9 mir A 'Egg .2 gf 1 v5 as ' , J. f x A ,,A A Apu 1 Y'-Q :Q NW' ,aw , gp ,iff A , ggiigggg W . . 2 J fn. HK N 351-f vld' 1 Q 5 ff ,, : ' rn 5' naw' X u 5491, M at He .. 55? is f :zz ' use. fl W -x Huw' V1 .If DRAMATICS CLUB The purposes of the Dramatics Club are: to promote an interest in dramatics, to find latent talent in the student body, and to get enjoyment out ot putting on plays that are within the range of the members' ability. OFFICERS Ed Lipman, Vice President, Adelaide Hart, Secre- tary, Barbara Blandford, Treasurer, Sara Kline, President. MONOGRAM CLUB The Monogram Club seeks to create a sense ot fair play in the athletic activities ot New Bern High School. This year the club ran concession stands at the football games in order to purchase letter sweat- ers tor the boys and girls who had earned them. We feel very proud because New Bern won the football good sportsmanship award this year. 'iijiilbl T ' -f -l' .na-tft f f .' - 1 Ykmi- . - X of r he QM OS A' OFFICERS Louis Gaskins, Presidentg Reba Whitty, Secretary- Treasurerg Jim Turnage, Vice President. x...'Jl X . STUDENT OFFICERS Qi! A Ann McSorIey, Presidenfg Harvey Wilkinson, Treasurer, Marion Herrington, Vice President. Not pictured: Helen Swan, Secretary. gg a iw egfk WW BUS DRIVERS First row: J. D. Oliver, Luther Eastwood, Jimmy Gaskins, Roy Moore. Second' row: Ronald Belcher, Edward Trader, Sam Lewis, Hubert Pulley, James Watson, Richard Rice. U 'Tv W ILLI. 1 4 li Q dm MUSIC ww THE CHOIR QMQQ Q M3 MW LX. i'i?4 BYA 5 THE ALTOS THE SOPRANOS - S Q., 7 . A 1 1 '. THE BASSES THE TENORS K if s W . hvsfgi " ' 'S 9 ,A "'N.,w"..l -,M tw, fc, L a .kv , 1 ,N u gan. snr 'I -Q 'w -... -Q-fgg,5,gxg,V , ' X5'7Hfz'3"g?i 539 . ua" Sf' 1 41.4. ' -' 42 .J .. ,Y w ' 1 - H1 mimtnvr, 1 1 f Vw, 1' ,.. A Q ,A fffzf, ff?-,Q-1 "' . ,x, 7 " ' ' A ' ., ,. , 1 , 7 D 'n",,.- ' aw? S.4Lg3,. . 'NV4 f' A Q 1 l W .'-'- 1 ' r' Na n,.., M M'-.4 1 " Y' K '. ..,r, hh . .W J. .. A .X .. - A. f ,'A'A '1"4f V. A-...,,. fx, in ,- V 1, .ing w,,.,,, , 'W M Q 4 'xi THE NEW BERN HIGH SCHOOL BAND 04104- 071.4 CFFICERS Pat Allen, Gunhilde G u n n e r s e n, Charles Lovelace, Jerry Mclntosh, Claude Edwards. THE MAJORETTES and DRUM MAJOR I1-ou-Lt 0 0 Q x 0"fW"f"f vnmfirrmne m 'Z Q24 : f f1: ef il'5?'fi'?1 M s Q .1 :a12 ' Y ,-2.55:-1' T ' ,fffraggg-3' -H Q v ' f ' Ti 4' R X NAQXXK T E I !f4 f ,-'- f S' K f A f f x A Xb -"Q X X ,ff S XX ,Af A A A, I J? X, ! ' xx G 4 . PT' X ' . K , I XX . I I Y, xXX A 5 'vc ,A L 9 if ' - I 6' . 1" , if X '. " r., xx H, sz X K QR I I, X ,O Xxx Q ff- L' . Q X , 1- ,lfig X N' A,, , 2 V. 9- "f'k M V ' - 1. 4 - X - sm :A+-Y A. X I! 'IF '-aa fm' Q I ' ' his 1 Q 1 ,I I f I 'Nw THE BEAR Emily M. HoIlis?er Editor-in-Chief EDITORIAL STAFF 55" F K '11 1 , fx U QP? Aff f 4 I - ,fn - . fl- , . ev' Q" H S . si 1 U .I Y , - .ff , 1, fum. . ,3'- ,, J ii, 'ri' .,-fv""" Q ,.."--L-....LT- ' we ,AA , ,A . V - . ., tl! Y BRUIN TYPISTS SUBSCRIPTION STAFF EDITORIAL STAFF Seated: Celia Hahn, Freshman Nancy Everhart, Emily Hollister, Editor. Standing: Lee Atkinson, Sports Phil Jordan, Art Editor, Marion Faye Newton, Feature Editor, Thorne, Sophomore Editor. :lx-ff' 'ii'- Bv'iklm ECIIIOFQ Senior Editor, Evans, Tody Margie Moore Janet Parker Ed Lipman Mary Dunn McCotfe Rosemary Rornanus THE BRUIN BUSINESS STAFF Annette Lee Jo Kafer Sa ra Kline Tody Thorne Barbara Blandford Patty Wetheringfon X VARSITY . 1 1-nav-saaunQdIl.li 1 Q 'N' W N Q' V H.: ,, .: . M ! 'AJ A x .lsfi 'ef .1 ef-I 1-Q if. rg, M V grit 1. , t mink -12. 2 an 2' ' 'A f i"l3 i , ....-f--'-"'5f'i 1 4,,,,1...' ff " S bmdy A,., ,.. -1 Q4-iff""h ? at X 'A 'R-Y nag 4,h, .QQ gg WWA .vgaiibimgfifm , E.'.,1QM4,x',s3-iigf.-S A . Q sig.. nxgujgiqmyn- s 'fat' I I irc. ww n-Ui - Q, " '-nu,, I ' 55. ' vii'-if ' ,ps , L V I - """ Q - ,4 W gb-1 'f- --R?7:.-:Cf 95 4' , f 13 9 kQ30z'X 3 I 15 K NEW BERN T4 JACKSONVILLE 2 September 12 The New Bern Hugh School Bears opened therr 1952 football season successfully by defeatung the vnsutlng Jacksonvnlle Cardinals T4 to 2 Halfback Lee Atkunsor and Fullback Jlm Boyd each scored a touchdown to lead the offensuve attack for the Bears Jacksonvrlles lone two oolnts were scored on a safety nn the frrst quarter WASHINGTON 12 NEW BERN 6 September19 Playrng before a large follownng of home town backers the Bears lost their conference debut by a score of 12 to 6 The Bears mnssed numerous scornng chances deep an Washrngton terrltory by fumbles and pass nnterceptnons Halfback Lee Atkunson led the Bears ground offense as he returned some Washington punts for good ganns durung the game left Encl Robert Kennel scored the Bears only touchdown on an 8 yard pass from Quarterback Bud Parker ROANOKE RAPIDS 26 NEW BERN 12 September 26 We lost the second game of the season to conference rlval Roanoke Rapuds show for the Bears The larger and heavier Yellow Jackets were played on even terms except for two pass plays that caught the Bears off guard NEW BERN 14 EDENTON O October3 The Bears won thexr furst conference game of the T952 season as they defeated the Edenton Aces Fullback Jlm Boyd and Halfback Lee Atklnson each scored a touchdown as the Bear evened theur record at two wnns and two losses NEW BERN 45 CAMP LeJUENE 6 October 70 The Bears put on theur best offensnve show of the season when they traveled to Camp Leluene to defeat the Devul Pups Halfbacks Bob Burnette Lee Atkvnson George Slaughter Fullbacks Jam Boyd and Doug Sasser had a ground attack that the hapless Devul Pups couldn t stop NEW BERN 34 PAMLICO COUNTY 20 October 17 The Home Team started on the second half of theur football schedule by de featung a scrappy Pamlnco County team The Bears played one of thenr best offenslve games of the year as the blocknng by the defensive team was especnally effectnve The offensuve backfueld of Jnmmy Boyd, Bob Burnette Bud Parker and Lee Atknnson proved too much for their Pamllco County nelghbors Halfback Lee Atkinson scored both of the Bears' touchdowns to lead the offensive 5 . . . I NEW BERN 41 GREENVILLE 14 October 24 The Homecomlng game was a huge success as the Bears rolled over the Greenvulle Phantoms Fullback Jam Boyd scored two touchdowns and George Slaughter scored two to lead the Bears on offense Doug Sasser executed the most beautuful play of the game when he ran 77 yards for a touchdown Dunng the half tame ceremonies Barbara Allen was crowned Homecoming Queen of T952 ELIZABETH CITY 20 NEW BERN 13 October 37 The Bears traveled to Eluzabeth Cnty and took theur thlrd loss of the season by a score of 20 to 13 The Yellow Jackets beat us by thelr flne passlng attacks The defensnve play of Henry Smnthwuck Redden Kelly David Jones Foster Bordeaux Robert Kennel and Roy Rlggs stood out during the game for the Bears NEW BERN 53 MOREHEAD CITY 13 November7 Tue Bears went on a sconng rampage as they crushed the Morehead Cnty Eagles The whole team played good football as they ran thelr record to sux wuns and three losses for the season Lee Atklnson scored three touchdowns and Bally Atknnson Roy Ruggs and Redden Kelly were outstandung defenslve players NEW BERN 38 KINSTON O Novemberl4 By holdlng Klnston scoreless the Bears took theur flrst vrctory over thus team slnce 1946 From the openmg whnstle New Bern completely outplayed thelr arch rlvals untul the end of the game Bob Burnette and Jam Boyd both scored three touchdowns to spark the Bears attack Other notable players were Robert Kennel Redden Kelly Tom Smuth Co Captain Jxm Turnage John Epperson Johnny Hughes and Louls Gasklns These boys were bug factors nn the fine season that the Bears enloyed ALL CONFERENCE PLAYERS Jim Turnage Lee Atklnson John Epperson Tommy Smnth Jlmmy Boyd Robert Kennel Jim Boyd scored two to lead the New Bern offense. Chris Grimsley, Robert Kennel, JIM TURNAGE Offense-Defense Tackle Firsi Team ROBERT KENNEL Offense-Defense Left End First Team we he LOUIS GASKINS Offense Center First Team JOHN EPPERSON Offense-Defense Guard First Team 7 K , ' .LY -J , xx: , . '?X,'5a,M 1 VQIQ-EQ lv u - -La, X 1 .l av- 4, FOSTER BORDEAUX Defense Guard fa' 'r ,, , f ,- .." ' FV IJQQAQ. rig: , ' DAVID JONES BILL MOORE Defense Defense Tackle Tackle I, MY I I I , g I . f A f' , . I .ff-.ff Hi ' 'A I ,ke X . ' ' , 4 .5 ,gi nl.. 1393- , fi t 1 A T4 " ' qi f'3'f 'I ' nous NELSON ' ' " Defense BOB BURNETTE CHARLIE SMITH TackIe Offense Offense Halfback Center 7? CKickerD .V , 3 BILLY ATKINSON Defense Halfback J New New New New New New New New New New New New New PJevv New New New New New New Bern Bern Bern Bern Bern Bern Bern Bern Bern Bern Bern Bern Bern Bern Bern Bern Bern Bern Bern Bern SCHEDULE .54 Trenton G 38 Jacksonville C 37 Jacksonville 49 Dover 53 Aurora 52 Kinston 53 Greenville C 51 Edenton Washington Elizabeth City Jasper Trenton Roanoke Rapids Greenville Jasper Edenton Washington Elizabeth City Kinston Roanoke Rapids COACH CARUSO and CAPTAIN GERALD BASS i VARSITY CHEERLEADERS First row: Rosemary Romanus, Betty Kellum, Ann McSorley, Head Cheerleader, Patty Wetherington Marilyn Watson, Second row: Annette Lee, Betty Bland, Carol Pearson, Gail Hamilton, Barbara Williams, Jean Wright C91 JUNIOR YARSITY CHEERLEADERS - J' ll 'Al if X" if R' .J ia dnb N Q .Xe .Q 7' F1 J .. Q,- First row: Jo Parson, Ann Grady, Happy Hurst, Head Cheerleaderg Ann Robinson, Nancy Lilly. Second row: Jeannie Everhart Nell Hobby, Sylvla Styner Doris Bland Ann Moore, Linda Gibble, Mariha Jane Hammond, Hester Hogan -I gg el' , I X- fl? . N 'Y x X DANE: A L Hfiff 2, Q! 8 00 RV! 'P If f I 'N T512 Ml Nlugm QHARLFS Lvrc 'l vu ., H X Y Xx S K! xx EATURE3 lb S -11. I I H X , A l Nh .. , ,,f - M ' ,-1v'v..-, ', ' ...vnu I u it yy , '.,,,xk XVI i , .-- '43'- ' 7 - Xu .. J WI H J I 1 W ' ' 1. x f z " lf! Ill . u 'I 1 u'1u K--H--an NM... . V. 1. M. ,N ,.,x,,M N, Nxxxx -. ,s, xx 'X .ul 1 fxywxy 'J x N xwxyy x ,,xx xh ., ,x x 'X x Ng ., x W X y,. ,y 1 , !w.,i wx S ' y.N N' 5 xx W sv y Qwvx lxxs xx ' v wx , X X K' ! X X K X1 V I 4 -T 1 5115! WL I MV JUNlOR-5E 'sr' N 1 I 2 a v I n...,,,-QM lf 1...- CLASS PLAY 1951 sm A jjj " . - 'H ' k il fifkkiklf.. A55 4, QL.: 00 E .K PM , rw . - s I x iw. 4. ' ,F yo eq, ...S I A QW? Vxfff' is A-1 '-HI! f I 5 ll ,ff ? 70 MP NY .Q H CA OLJINA 'Q Q f'4 40 P4 ' 0 rv' MJ r,' Wo r,': 5.54 6,94 fo O DS ass Q l4fq 0 1,5 f 'X 111 I ,N R A I . mp . 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Complumenls of Triangle Electrical Co ELECTRICAL CONTRACTORS Phone 2009 l20-l22 FIRST STREET CRAVEN FOUNDRY MACHINE CO New Bern N C Complumen+s of THE PGN SERVICE STATION C D LANCASTER Agency Insurance of All Kinds PHONE 3l85 200 20l Dunn Building New Bern N C PINN IX DRUG STORE If You Donl' Trade Wu+h Us We Bo'l'h Lose Money PHONE 2746 The Beverly Nxil h Air Condlhoned Free Parking MARY and RALPH AMODEO d Opposife Union S+a'I'ion ITALIAN-AMERICAN RESTAURANT ll I ' e o f e Fire Slafion on Broad S+. FOSTERS GARAGE AUTO PARTS BaH'ery and Brake Servlce DIAL 3890 I38 McIdIe S'I'eI' C WALKER HODGES Dredglng Co Inc WILLIAMS CAFE 25 Mddle S+ Ph 3 QUALITY SERVICE The Bootery QUALITY FOOTWEAR We Shoe +he FamlIy PEPSI COLA FAGAN ELECTRIC CO WE SELL d SERVICE DI 25 32 Mddl S+ e+ PO BOX I02 NEW BERN NC COM PLIMENTS OF BOYD BROTHERS Dealers an Fruli' and Produce DIAL 4I97-4I98 520 S Fo + S+ Compl me I of W M B L 740 on your radno cIlaI Complimenfs of ., . i r e 3 i . one 3I I New Bern, N. C. - an ia 38 I i e re i ns . r n . FIRST CITIZENS BANK 81 TRUST CCMPANY Establlshed I898 NEW BERN NORTH CAROLINA COMPLETE BANKING SERVICE I Cpf Member Federal Deposi'r nsurance or ora ion Tu rner-Tolson In New Bern H"s Always THE PARISIAN "Home Ou'Hi'r1'ers" uf F f h, H 329 Middle and Broad Sfs. or mer as 'ons DIAL 2772 N COMPLIMENTS OF ARMSTRONG Baxters Esiablashed I892 WHOLESALE GROCER NEW BERN NC L Grocery Company THE BRIDES' STORE STANLEY S JEWELERS Home of Keepsake DIamonds 252 MIddIe Sfreel' NEW BERN NORTH CAROLINA Clay s Kennels U S 70 Wesf A CompIe+e Kennel SERVES EVERYTHING FOR YOUR DOG PHONE 26I3 2 CompIImen+s of GAY DISTRIBUTING COMPANY NEW BERN NORTH CAROLINA Tony's Drug Store PRESCRIPTION 3. DRUG SUPPLIES Phone 4060 MCLELLAN BUILDING Phone 339I NEW BERN NORTH CAROLINA New Bern Nor+h Carolma LADIES READY TO WEAR New Berns Smarfesf Shop CAROLINA CLEANERS BLUE Gnd WHITE CAFE 9l4 Broad S+ree+ FRED and IVEY LOCKEY NEW BERN NORTI-I CAROLINA Homemade P,e5 McLellan Stores Co. THE SMART SHOP THE FLORIST MRS CARTER TISDALE P p I3I2 Broad Sfreef Phone 307l Flowers by Telegraph NEW BERN NORTH CAROLINA BRADDY'S LAU N DRY AND DRY CLEANING PHONE 2159 New Bern Nor'l'h Carolma Ben Franklin Store JACK LEE New Bern Nor1'h Carolma Waynes GROCERY 81 MARKET FROZEN FOODS FRUITS cl VEGETABLES I602 Nahonal Avenue New Bern Norfh Carolma CRAVEN COUNTY Gas Company BOTTLED GAS SERVICE Phone 5345 Pollock 81 Craven S+ree+s NEW BERN NORTH CAROLINA HENDERSON CIGAR 81 CANDY CO and NOTIONS 303 S F PHONE 3340 New Bern Norlh Carolina Compllmenfs of Russell's Grill THE S B PARKER C0 ROOFING SHEET METAL WORK WARM AIR HEATING Phone 3397 New Bern Norfh Carolina - , FO . D an I PY,-ofax "Superior" Wholesale Candy, Cigars 30I- . ronf Sireef Compllments fic? 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