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

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"Jteady" Homeroom Vice President lg Office lg junior Class Play 3. OLIVIA THELMA ARMSTRONG Bill . . . FTA . . . quiet Bear Cub Staff lg FTA 1, 2, 3, 4, Secretary lg Library Assistant 25 Library Club 2g junior Class Play. SULA BACHES friendly , . . Athem . . .happy FHA 1, 2, 3, Treasurer 25 Glee Club 1, 2g Office Assistant 43 French Club 45 junior Class Play 3. SHIRLEY ANN BANKS friendly .... rweef . . . immtefzre EMMA RUTH BENNETT hair . . . ranrrientiour . . . Bible College Beta Club 3, 4. Vice President 4g Hi-Y 3, 43 Glee Club lg Choir 2, 3, 4, Librarian 2. RICHARD BRYAN BENNING1-:OEF W'eJ1err1 Ijrzion . . . quiet , . . l'0?1.fl5I6I1l L Q N BETTIE CARROLL BLAND model . . . "queen" . . . flirt Homecoming Queen 43 Glee Club 13 Bear Cub Business Staff 2, 33 Varsity Cheerleader 2, 3, 43 Choir 4, Secretary 4. BARBARA ANN BLANDFORD "HaHa" .... fuzz 1.111 . . . peroxide Latin Club 23 FTA 3, 4, Treasurer 43 Dramatic Club 3, Treasurer 33 French Club 43 Bruin Staff 5, 4. LARRY LEE BLYTHE drumr . . . rhythm . . . mt Band 1, 2, 3, 43 DE Club 23 Student Council 33 Advertising Manager of Bear Cub 43 Hi-Y 2, 3, 4. SHARON ELAINE BOLIN efficiency . . . talented . . . the Purleerr' Glee Club 13 Choir 2, 3, 43 Beta Club 3, 43 FHA 23 Bruin Typist 43 Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, Secretary 4. FOSTER BORDEAUX Put . . . athletic . . . Jolemn Football 3, 43 Baseball 23 Monogram Club 3, 4, Vice President 4. BARBARA JEAN BRADDY perronulity , . . Navy . . . G.C. Choir 43 Glee Club 1, 2, 3, Vice President 2, 33 JV Cheerleader 23 Class Secretary 43 Beta Club 33 Hi-Y 1, 2, 3, 4, President 33 Class Treasurer 1, 5. ELLEN FRANCES BR1NsoN Pamliro . . . FTA . . . attentire FHA 1, 23 junior Homeroom Treasurer 33 Sen- ate 43 Latin Club 23 FTA 2, 5, 4, Treasurer 3, President 4. FRANCES MARIE BRLNSON giggle! . . . rlmzfn gum . . . quizziml Library Club 4. KENNETH EUGENE BROWN Sylria . , . steady . . . Packard Football 2. 3. 45 Baseball 2. 3. 45 Monogram Club5 House of Representatives 35 Senate 4. BESSIE BROWNIE BURROUGHS lypin . . . Harelorb . . . referred ROBERT DENNY BURNETT "Bob" . . . "Bel.fy" . . . "Bop" Boys' Glee Club 4, President 45 Monogram Club 3, 45 Football 3, 4. ARTHUR THOMAS CALDWELL "Tommy" . . . Jlim . . . Cbrirtine Atlanta, Ga. 1, 2, 35 Football 1, 25 Track 1, 25 Basketball 35 Baseball 15 Glee Club 1, 25 Stu- dent Council 2. BARBARA JEAN CARRAWAY demure . . . plearam . . . FHA FHA 35 Home Room Secretary 3. SHIRLEY ANN CAYTON Bear Club . . . Slaie . . . Baxketball Basketball 2, 3, 45 Monogram Club 3, 45 Band 35 Feature Editor Bear Cub 45 Script Club 45 Dramatics Club 4. EDNA COLE quiet . . . good manned , . . rurlr JERRY ROBERT COLE wil . . . Slale . . . mme old .spirit Radio Announcer 4, Band 1, 2, 3, 4, President 45 Junior Class Play 35 Script Club 45 Football 25 Homeroom Treasurer 1. CARL GRAHAM COLEY "C0olie" . . . athlelic . . . girlr Monogram Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Baseball 1, 2, 4, Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4, Choir 3, 4, Glee Club 2, Football 2. FRANK CROFT Trierle . . . "bumbbler" . . . .Spice Trieste, Basketball 3, Bowling 3, Annual Staff Photographer 3, Librarian 3, Newspaper Report- er 3, French Club 4, Baseball 4. OLA VIRGINIA CUTHRELI. Blurlaer . , . .fmart . . . quiet Bridgeton 1, 2, 3, FHA 1, 2, Treasurer 2, Bas- ketball 2, Class Secretary 2. CAROL YVONNE DAVIS Pleamnl . . . quiet . . . Pamlico Glee Club 1, Choir 2, 3, 4, Dramatics 1, Hi-Y 3, 4, Treasurer 4. SUSAN TI-IERESA DICKENS Exprerrion . . . quiet . . ..ma1ter-of-fart Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Librarian 3, FHA 2, 3, DE Club 4. BARBARA EDWARDS genlle . . . pelile . . . likeable Glee Club 1, Choir 2, 3. BENJAMIN WALTER EPPS Look! . . . Romeo . . . Iikeulzle Vice President Class 4, Glee Club 1, Choir 2, 3, Band Librarian 4, Football 1, Basketball 1, 4, Hi-Y 1, 2, 3, 4, Vice President 4, Latin Club Vice President 2. LILLIAN MARIE EUBANKS Fun . . . lwinkletoer . . . bep Band 1, 2, 33 Choir 1, 2. BILL FEREBEE T.1Il . . . dub . . . hzndrome Beta Club 3, Band 1. 2, Baseball 3, Homeroom President 1. 3. JUDITH CAROL FISHER Ar! . . . pefmrztzlitjy . . . quiel Hi-Y 3, 4, Beta Club 3, Bruin Business staff 4, Homeroom President 1. Vice President Home- room 2. JEAN FREEMAN Tiny . . .jol1nny. . . hair Bridgeton 1. 2, 3, Glee Club 4, FHA 1, 2, 3, Secretary 3, Cheerleader 2, Class Secretary 3, Chief Marshal 3, American History Award Win- ner 3. LYLLIS MAE FREEMAN Exrilemenl . . . EJB! . . . femme Honor Roll 1, 2, 3, Marshal 1, FHA 1, 2, Bas- ketball 2, 4, Class Reporter 3. JAMES EARL FULCHER Confidemle . . . well-liked . . . neigbbofly DE Club 4. JOAN "jo" GARDNER Jweel . . . intelligent . . . dimpler Beta Club 3, 4, House of Representatives 4, Hi-Y 3, 4, Girls' Chorus 4, Bruin Typist 4, FHA 1, Z. ROSA GARDNER Bminr . . . D.E .... rapable DE Club 3, Treasurer 3, Beta Club 3, 4, FTA 4, Marshal 3, Hi-Y 4. EDGAR ROBERT GASKINS Math . . . .ztientize . . . uzzdaunled Marshal 3, Beta Club 4, Glee Club 1, 2, Latin Club 1. ,K M QP' 9 A '29 .gr .ff JAMES A. GASKINS Inquifilire . . . Harelork . . . bw driver DE Club 2, Bus Driver 3, 4. LORRAINE O. GOODING Talkatire . . . ar! . . . lireuire California 1, 23 Library Club 4, FTA 4, Latin Club 1, 2, Artiyen Club 1, 2, Secretary 25 GAA 1, 2, Dramatics 1, 2, 4. BETTY GRAY Tiny . . . genial . . . unauuming Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 43 DE Club 4. DORIS LYNN GRAY FTA . . . "1lJaflaugb" , . . delefmined Glee Club 1, 29 FHA 2, Dramatics Club lg FTA 4. MILDRED GRAY Obligirzg . . . typing . . . adaptable DE 3. CAROLE SANDRA GRYB Talkalire . . . iizexbauilible . . . willing Rocky Mount, Latin Club 2, Hi-Y 1, 2, 3, 4, Beta Club 3, 43 Homeroom Offices 3, 4, Student Council 3, French Club 4. GUNHILDE GUNNERSEN Ari . . . mdiridualizy . . . flute Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Vice President 3, Secretary and Treasurer 43 Librarian 1, 3, Basketball 2, 3, FTA 1, 2, 3, 4, Bc-ar Cub 1, 2, 3. GAIL MAXINE HAMILTON Cute . . . friendly . . . f00P?fdll1'E FHA 1, 2, Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, Varsity Cheerleader 3, Basketball 2, 4, Latin Club 2, Homeroom Of- fices 1, 2, 3, 4, Library Assistant 1. JAMES ALBERT HANCOCK Polite . . . innocence . . . ibut laugh Bridgeton 1, 2, 3. JEAN CAROL HARGETT Voice . . . obliging . . . Jerfetary Glee Club 13 Choir 2. 3. 4. President 42 Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 25 Beta Club 3, 4g, Homeroom Secretary-Treasurer 4g Bruin Typist 4. JOE MAC HARPER Daredevil . . . livewire . . . carrot-top Germanyg Homeroom Treasurer lg Football 1, 25 DE Club. CLIFFORD HARRIS "Hang Slmngn . . . rhemift . . . undaunled ANNIE SYBIL HARRISON USO . . . "Handy" . . . blonde Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4. IVEY LEINSTER HEATH, JR. Mufir . . . good looking . . . june Band 1, 23 Glee Club 2g Choir 5, 4, Vice Presi- dent 4g French Club 4g Homeroom Vice Presi- dent 3. KAY F. HEILIG Friendly . . . rule . . . dimplex MARION ELBRIDGE HERRINGTON Proferror . . . curly . . . rut Student Council 1, 2, 3, 4, Vice President 3 Band 1, 25 DE Club 2g Bear Cub Staff 25 Home- room Officer 1, 2, 3. HARRIETTE HOBBY Bela . . . dependable . . . Krers Class Secretary lg Class President 23 Latin Club 23 DE Club 4, President Beta Club 4, Bruin Business Manager 45 Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, President 35 Senate 3, 4. DELLON HOYLE HOLT joan . . . merlmnir . . . inlelligenl Bus Driver 3, 4, Homeroom Vice President 39 Bear Cub Staff 4. JOHNNY HRIN "Cbamr1er" . . . mirchievouf . . . can Newport Beach, California 1, 25 Baseball 3, 4. BETTY MARIE ,IAQUES Crazy . . . short . . . amiable Bridgeton High School 1, 2, 3, Class Vice Pres- ident lg FHA 1, 2, 3, President 33 Basketball 11 Bruin Staff 4. DE Club. SYLVIA CAYTON JENKS "MrJ." . . . quiel . . . :lender FHA 1, 2, 33 FTA 2, 3gG1ee Club 1, 2, Band 3. ALTON RAY JOHNSON Ar! . . . pbeafantr . . . cute Bridgeton 1, 2, 3g Basketball 3, Class Treasurer 2. ELAINE RUTH JONES "Red" . . . content . . . friendly Bridgeton 1, 2, 35 FHA 1, 2, 35 Class President 2, 3, Marshal 1, 2, 3, Semester Honor Roll 1, 2, 3. ANNE CAROLE JORDAN Originality . . . Bobby . . . rongeniality junior Class President, Beta Club 33 Hi-Y 2, 3, 4g Art Editor of Bruin 43 Choir 2, 3, 4. CHRISTINE JOSEPH Atlrartife . . . Tommy . , . referred Hi-Y 23 junior Class Play 31 Glee Club 1. 23 Office Assistant 43 FTA 33 I-Iomeroom Secretary 3. ALLEN RAY JOYNER Sportf . . . Buick . . . independent Basketball 1, 2, 3, 43 Baseball 1. 2. 43 Bear Cub Sports Reporter 4. HELEN SEIEERT KAFER Confcientiour . . , popular . . . romiderate Bruin Editor-in-Chief 43 Beta Club 3, 43 Hi-Y 1, 2, 3, 4, Vice President 23 Class Vice President 23 Latin Club 2, President3 DAR Citizenship Awardg Girls' State. OSCAR KAFER Golf . . . Wake Fore!! . . . determined Beta Club 33 Homeroom President 2, 43 Basket- ball 33 Bruin Staff 33 Band 1. BETTY CAROL KELLUM Cheerleader . . . rlothet . . . capable Bennettsville, S.C., 13 Class Treasurer 23 Hi-Y 1, 2, 3, 4, Secretary 23 Beta Club 33 Bear Cub Staff 2, 33 Bruin Staff 4. SYBIL ANNE KELLUM Baxketball . . . "Spider" . . . Trenton Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4. Co-Captain 43 Monogram Club 1, 2, 3, 43 Library Club 3, 4, Secretary- Treasurer 43 FTA 4. ROBERT PHILIP KENNEL Gifted . . . all-around . . . belligerent President of Student Government 43 Baseball 1, 2, 3, 43 Basketball 1, 2, 3, 43 Football 2, 3, 4, Captain 43 Beta Club 3. 43 Monogram Club 1, 2, 3, 4g Bear Cub Reporter 33 Band 1, 2. BOBBY LEWIS Quiet . . . frerkle . . . cute BR1NKLEY MAURICE LEWIS Ambiliom . . . "Pee W'ee" . . . Doclor Latin Club 2, Hi.Y 2, 3, President 4, Choir 4, Senate 4. MARY DUNN MCCOTTER Altractire . . . Duke . . . reliable Hi-Y 2, 3. 4. Vice President 3. President 4, Beta Club 3. 4. Secretary 4, Student Council 3, 4, Girls' State 3, Bruin 2, 3, 4. ILA GREY MClLW'EAN Smile! . . . Kindnen . . . Jpoflr Homeroom Vice President 3, Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4, Captain 2, Monogram Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Sec- retary 4, Hi-Y 1, 2, 3. 4, President 2, Student Council 3, Bruin Staff 4. RODERICK COLVIN MARTIN Roddy . . . friendly . . . ffm! line! Vista High School, Vista, California, Basketball 2, 3, 4, Baseball 2, 3, 4, Football 4, Bear Cub Staff 4. JOHN MASON Preiidenl . . . well-liked . . . clothe! Senior Class President, Choir 1, 2, 3, 4, Baseball 2, 3, 4, Football 4, Monogram Club 4, Sports Editor of Bruin, Senate 4. GATESY MATTHEWS W'il1y . . . oomph . . . Raleigh Bear Cub Staff 1, 2, 3, Editor 4, Beta Club 3, 4, Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, Student Council 2, 4, Choir 2, 3, 4, Glee Club 1. LIBBY MATTHIS Look! . . . compared . . . wil Beta Club 3, Glee Club 1, 2, French Club 4, FHA 1, 2, Hi-Y 2, 3, 4. JAMES W. MITCHELL, IR. jim . . . friendly . . . National Guard: DE 4. RAY MOORE D.1gufmd ..., rod.: jerk . . . amiable Snow Hill High School 11 Hi-Y 4. ETTA FRANCES MOZINGO Crlfhlllcff . . . R.l.17Vl071d . . 4 quiel Home-room Vice President 1, 23 Library Club Vice President 3, President 43 Senate 43 Bruin Staff 4g French Club 4. STEvE MllLI.EN Referred . . . Ihnughlful . . . Claemzriry DOLTCLAS NELSON Doug . . . ffillffdffdlf . . . flatlermg Football 1. 2. 5. 41 Hi-Y 5. 4. Treasurer 4g Monogram Club 2. 3. 4g Homeroom President 4. JAMES LUTHER NELSON "Ff1fJU . . . fuulb.1H . . . f!'efk1L'f Football 1, 2. 3, 45 Monogram Club. BARBARA JANE NEWSOLIE DE , . . bland . , . 114.11 Glee Club 1, 21 Basketball 1, 25 DE Club 4 CECIL PARKER Quiet . . . Huzelork . . . friendly DE 1. SYLVIA FRANCES PERKINS KKHIIEIIJ . . . aftiytir . . . rufe Glee Club 1, 23 Choir 3, 4. 'fi'-Y :1::::::r ::::::f?"g..gg.5g.5:,:iffyg 'lf 55 'CID lf? V""'Y 1 . AJ ' an CZ? 'Q' .qf-4" ? ff l 57' inf 'J vu-3 "? JANICE RUTH PHILLIPS Engaged . . . Raymond . . . congenial Gray High School. Winston Salem 1. Zg Sec- retary of junior Classy Beta Club 33 Girls' Hi-Y 3, 4, Vice President 4. josEEH Roy PHILLIPS Ambiliour . . . Beta Prendenl . . . MIT Latin Club 2g French Club 4g Beta Club 3. 4, President 4g Senate 4g Boys' State 33 Homeroom Vice President 1, 4. HELEN KING PIPKIN Haney . . . FTA . . . friendly Morehead High School I. 2. 31 FHA 1. 2. 3. President 2, 35 Class President lg Basketball 1, 2g Library Club 2: FTA 41 Hi-Y 2. 3. 4g De- bating Club 1, 2, 3. Al3RlENNE PREVOST "Pedm" . . . dependable . . . Salrarian Army Circulation Manager of the Bear Cub. CHARLIE THOMAS PRIDGEN ll"i11e . . , uiumen . . . .rung DE Club 4g Bear Cub Typist 4. LONNIE PRIDGEN Velerarz . . . lover . . , Germany DE Club 4g Football 1, 2. ROBERT ALLEN PURIFOY Balkelball . . . "Cufle5" . . . friendly Bridgetong Baseballg Basketball 2, 3g Bus Driver 4. NELSON MARTIN QUINN "Nellie" . . . bamburgerr , . . Don juan Xwilliamston High Schoolg junior Play 31 Ad- vertising Manager of Paper 3g Football 2, 33 Science Club 1, 2, 35 Baseball 2, 33 Business Manager of Bear Cub 45 Radio Announcer 4. FRANK DONALD RAW'I.S Smnt . . . l'Ct1f7'0l4fOf7U . . . phjuique Marshal 3: French Club President 41 Latin Club 2, I-lomeroom Offices 3. 4. HERBERT E. RANVLS Qufel ...V f riendlp . . . DE DE Club 4: Bus Driver 3, 4. WANIDA RICE RHODES Hilrlaed . . . mmf! . . . hair Beta Club 35 DE Club 35 Band 1. RICHARD GRANTI-IAM RICE Havelock . . . nire . . . easy-going DE Club 2. 3, Bus Driver 2. 3. 4. BARBARA ANN RIGGS Quiet . . . Ju'eet . . . unroncerned JACQLIELINE MARIE RousE jackie . . . men . . . Iimriouf Beta Club 3, 43 DE Club 3, Library Club 41 Dramatics 2g Latin Club 2, Bruin Business Staffg Office Assistant 45 Hi4Y 4. HILDA JUNE SELLERS 115 . . . complexion . . . flirluliouf Representative to Student Council 2, 35 Latin Club 25 DE 43 Secretary 4. PAT SIMONDS joufnalin . . . determined . . . good dancer George XY'ashington High School, Guamg Radio Announcer 43 Bear Cub Staff 3, 4, Associate Editor 43 Script Club 4, Dramatics Club 3. 4, 'Nd T--Q -Z' Q-I-Q, if fum '-'XJ' f"'5 an- 'Q' any 'W 4177 'tnqp MIG' k. CHARLIE SMITH "Hammer" . . . frmllmll . . . clmir Football 1, 2, 31 Choir 1, 2, 4, Monogram Club 3, 4, DE Club. WALTER WOOTEN SMITH judy . . . "Hook" . . . afhlezicf Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4, Basketball 1, 2, 3, 43 Foot- ball 1, Monogram Club 1, 2, 3, 4, President 4, Latin Club 3, President 3, Senate 3. 4, House of Representatives 3. WALTER CLAUIIIUS SPRIIILL amiable . . . quiet . . . band Band 1, 2, 3, 43 Hi-Y 4. THURMAN STOCKS friendly . . . Ayden . . . referred Ayden High Schoolg junior Class Play. CHARLES H. STORES Ga.rlain'I . . . marmerly . . . likeable Glee Club 1, 2, 3, Choir 41 Latin Club 1, 2, Treasurer 2. JAMES PHILIP THOMAS Arm . . . "jimmy" . . , Yankee Latin Club 2, 33 Hi-Y 4. JAMES BURTON THOMPSON baud . . . Jfooter . . . jimmy Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Latin Club 2, Hi-Y 4. RONALD TIBBETS Spar! . . , unpredinable . . . manager Santa Ana High School, Varsity Football Man ager 4. ALEXANDER R. TUTEN "0ldI" . . . t'0!IAlIl.16d . . . Y.P.S.L. Choir 43 Glee Club 2. 3: Hi-Y 43 Latin Clubg French Clubg Dramatics Club. KENNETH TYNDALL rule . . . Ken . , . 111.11 .Imile Bridgeton 1, 2, 33 Basketball 1, 2, 33 Hi-Y 43 Junior Class Play. IRIS ANNETTE WARNER Beta . . . worker . . . play Beta Club 3, 4, Treasurer 43 Hi-Y 23 Junior Class Playg FHA 23 Bruin Typist 4. MARILYN CAROL WATSON "pep" . . . fm, . . . Ed Senior Class Treasurer 4g Beta Club 33 Cheer- leader 2, 3, 43 Band 13 Hi-Y 4. BETTY Lois WELLS likeable . . . cute . . . mnrerned Bruin Subscription Staff 4. JACKIE RAY WETHERINGTON lirewire . . . "Tin Cam" , . . purxuing Band 1, 2, 3, 4. JEAN ROGERS WETHERINGTON "Chez'5" . . . reliable . . . ramen! Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, Secretary 3g DE Club 23 Librarian 2, 4g Bruin Typist 4. MARY ALICE WETI-IERINGTON cheerful . . . uzzrmbearled . . . bfunelle FHA 23 DE Club 4. 'J' Y? R949 15'- sf Q7 A, 'ii ww 'Q' f 5 Q il' 5 1 WU? , QA Q 32 TT- ? u 1 if - W A , ,R Luvg, if LY'-TL ,Q ni-Mk 'Z in-1' My Jr PATRICIA SUE WETHERINGTON Pallie . . . limber . . . Jpiriled Glee Club lg Dramatic Club lg Choir 2, 3, 43 Cheerleader 3, 4g Bruin Business Staff 3. MARY ELIZABETH WHITE arrenz . . . Kinrlwz . . . willing Kinston High Schoolg Hi-Y 1, 2, 3, 45 Library Club 35 Bear Cub Staff 4g FTA 4. ELIZABETH MAE WHITFORD rhalter . . . barkezball . . . Boon Basketball 1, 2. 3, 4g Monogram Club 2, 3, 43 FTA Club 43 Library Club 3, 4, Vice President 45 Dramatics Club 2. BARBARA VIRGINIA WILLIAMS cooperalire . . . pep . . . lVake Forext Cheerleader 2, 3, 4, Head Cheerleader 41 Choir 2, 3. 49 Beta Club 31 Bruin Feature Editor 43 Hi-Y 4g Bear Cub Staff 2, 3. ROBERT GRAHAM WILLIAMS Slate . . . lmokleeeper . . . irzfererled DE Club 4. JOHN DEWEY WILLIS friendly . . . Barbara . . . quiet PATRICIA Woon Pal . . . red . . . john Class Treasurer 3, Dover High Schoolg FHA 1, 2g Beta Club 15 4-H Club 1, 2. JEAN WRIGHT D.C .... "nary eyed" . . . Bunky Cheerleader 2. 33 Glee Club 1. 2, 3g Bear Cub Staff 1, 2, 35 Latin Club Zg Homeroom Secre- tary 3. Nor piccuredz WILLIAM WELLS Marshals Last Will and Testament We, the last graduating class of Moses Griffin High School, do declare this to be our last will and testament. ARTICLE I To the victorious termites, we leave the building for which they have fought so long, ARTICLE II To Mr Mac vve extend our thanks for aiding us in fighting the Battle of the Bulge in our overerovv ded schoolhouse ARTICLE III To Mr Brinkley we leave our thanks for his capable guidance during the past three years and hope that he will get closer to the new school than vve did ARTICLE IV To the faeulty we leave our bright remarks chewing gum and unjustified excuses ARTICLE V 'Io Mr Birnes vie le1ve our DDT spray guns ARTICLE VI To the rising senior class we leave our faded dreams of graduating from the new high school ARTICLE VII To the junior class we leave the responsibility of beginning a new termite farm ARTICLE VIII To the sophomores we leave brand new desks to be earved ARTICLE IX To the freshman class we leave a bigger and better school to get lost in ARTICLE X ean Aeree leaves her red hair to Sylvia Perry Marie Alligood leaves her serenity to Elizabeth Barnhardt Olivia Armstrong leaves her quiet ways to Roger Laughinghouse Sula Baehes leaves her position as office girl to Sylvia Sty ron Shirley Banks leaves her eonservatxveness to Annette Page Emma Ruth Bennett bequeaths her dev otionals to Ann Adams Richard Benninghoff leaves his bicycle to anyone vvho can use it Bettie Bland leaves her eoquettishness to Celia Hahn Barbara Blandford leaves for Ho Ho Larry Blythe leaves his drum to Butter Ball Fogler Sharon Bolin wills her piano to Adelaide Hart Foster Bordeaux leaves Pat but not to the other boys Barbara Braddy wills her position in the choir to any body who can take her place Ellen Brmson leaves the Pamlico roads to Mrs Eentress Frances Brmson leaves her inquisitiveness to Bobby Cotton , , , , , . 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A " 1 'A e ' ' Y . , . g , v, v ' A ' ' Johnnie Albritton and jim Mitchell leave with sighs of relief. lxenneth Brossn 1nd Sylsra Perkrns lease hand rn hand Bessre Burroughs leases by the nearest er-.rt Bob Burnette lerses hrs danerng shoes to Bobby Pate Tommy Caldss ell leases hrs slrrnness to Kermra Guthurre Barbara Carraway leases for busrness school Shrrley Cayton and Helen Prpkrn catch the frrst bus for State College Fdna Cole bestows her curls on lohn Rrley Ross erry Cole leases hrs wrt to Tody Thorne Carl Coley wrlls hrs sherkrsh ways to George Slaughter Frank Croft leaves hrs trasel gurdes to the bus drrvers Ola Cuthrell and Charles Stokes lease therr mathematrc abrlrty to Breck Duffy Carol Dasrs bestows Glennburnre Gardens to Lala Watson Susan Drckens bequeaths her smrle to Mary Austrn Barbara Edwards leases her petrte stature to o Ann Huff Ben Epps leases hrs marehrng abrlrts to Brlly Edwards Marre Eubanks leaves her nrmble feet to Drck Kent Brll Eerebee bequeaths hrs blue Plymouth to the N C State Patrol udy Frsher leaves her rntellect to the many needy freshmen ean Freeman leaves her long harr to Pat Allen Lyllrs Ireeman leases for more excrtement rmmy Fuleher leaves for hrgher learnrng Happrly jo Gardner departs for Mrchrgan State Edgar Gaskrns leaves hrs herght to Bud Parker rmmy Gaskrns leases hrs argurng abrlrty to Susan MeCotter Lorrarne Goodrng bestows her enthusrasm to Lrnda Grbble Betty Grey leaves her posrtron at McLellans to the person who can Dorrs Grey leaves her chewrng gum to Mrs ohnson s students Mrldred Grey leaves all her knowledge rn the lrbrary Carol Gryb leaves talkrng as usual Gunhrlde Gunnerson left for Morehead Crty jrmmy Hancock leaves for Brrdgeton ean Hargett and ean Wetherrngton leave to become secretarres oe Mac leases for a good trme Clrfford Harrrs leases the lab Sybrl Harrrson leaves to get marrred Isey Heath leaves hrs talent to Vrctor Fulcher Kay Herlrg bestows hrs manners upon Nrcky Wetherrngton Marlon Herrrngton leases hrs Englrsh book rn the trash can Harrret Hobby bequeaths her rndustrrousness to Donna Zacks Dellon leases to be wrth oan frll her shoes ohnny Hrrn leaves hrs shortstop posrtron to the boy who thrnks he can frll hrs shoes Betty aeques leases as soon as the bell rrngs Syls ra enks and Wanda Rhodes leave as marrred women Alton johnson leases hrs pheasants to the lunchroom Anne jordan leases her art to Mercedes Harmon Chrrstrne Ioseph leases her darntrness to Vrrgrnra Blanford Allan Joyner leases to see the world through a porthole Helen lxafer leases the Brurn and an asprrrn to jo Kafer Oscar Kafer leases hrs name on the golf course and Burpsres to james Allen Lancaster V V A ' . ' I U J r r ' ' r . p v ' t l I y J A ' ' J . V ' I y, ' ' . , . . l Rosa Gardner leaves for Aurora. , . . J' . ' J ' ' - J ' ' - . ' I . J , Betty Kellum leaves her good trme on the cheerleadrng trrps to Ann Grady Sybrl Kellum leaves her forward posrtron on the basketball court to jo Ann Huff Robert Kennel leaves takrng hrs ever famous jokes wrth hrm thank goodness' Bobby Lewrs leaw es hrs algebra book to Mrs Brock Brrnkley Lewrs wrlls hrs ambrtron to johnny Hardrng Mary Dunn McCotter bestows her wrll power to Bud Bledsoe Ila Grey Mcllwean leaves her sportsmanshrp to Helen Mullen Roddy Martrn leaves hrs flrrtatrousness to Buz Bennrnghoff john Mason leaves hrs clothes to Norman Kellum Gatesy Matthews leaves the Cub brgger and better Lrbby Matthrs takes her looks wrth her leavrng NBHS unadorned Ray Moore leax es wrshrng Mercedes were gorng wrth hrm Etta Mozrngo leaves the lrbrary to Vrrgrnra Bledsoe Steve Mullen wrlls hrs empty test tube to john Whrtty Doug Nelson leaves strll pattrng people on the back Frsh Nelson swrms away Barbara Newsome and une Sellers leave for the Crty Drug Store Cecrl Parker leaves the key to success hrdden rn one of the loose brrcks on the srde of the school burldrng oe Phrllrps leax es hrs rntellectual abrlrty to the needy underclassmen Adrrenne Prevost leaves her dependabrlrty to Sara Klrne Charlre and Lonnre Prrdgen leaxe therr brotherly love to oe and Bob Clement Robert Allen Purrfoy leaves for the farm Nelson Qurnn leaves hrs hamburgers on a Bunsen burner Frank Rawls leaves hrs rntellrgence to Norman Lee Herbert Rawls and Rrchard Rrce drrve away rn the school bus Barbara Rrggs leaves swect as ever jackre Rouse leaves her stately herght to jean Hawkrns Charlre and Walter Smrth lease therr athletrc abrlrty to Chrrs Bremer and Pete Baches Walter Sprurll leaves hrs posrtron rn the band to Teddy Burwell Thurman Stocks leaves after berng here only a year rmmy Thomas leaves hrs Yankee brogue to Mary Elrzabeth Gardner rmmy Thompson leaves and wonders how Ronald Trbbrts leaves the offrce of Chref Lunch Trcket Getter to any nature boy who lrkes to take hrkes Kenneth Tyndall bequeaths hrs smrle to Peggy Hudson Sandy Tuten leaves for Wake Forest Annette Warner leaves wrth the Beta money Marrlyn Watson bequeaths that look to Rosalre Lucas Betty Wells leaves her arr of sophrstrcatron to Nancy Matthrs Wrllram Wells leaves probably ackre Wetherrngton leaves to rarse Cam Mary Alrce Wetherrngton leaves U S Hrstory perrod Patty Wetherrngton bestows her acrobatrcs on Slewfoot Mary Elrzabeth Whrte heads down the Krnston Hrghway Boots Whrtford leaves her monogram sweater to Peggy Buckley Barbara Wrllrams leaves her xrm xrgor and xrtalrty to Ann Robrnson Graham Wrllrams bestows hrs lore of school on ackre Yeoman ohn D Wrllrs leaves Barbara but not for long Pat Wood leaves to jorn ohn jean Wrrght hops the next plane for Majorre Webster Szgned THE TERMITE EXTERMINATORS INC J . . ' ' . 4 Pat Simonds leaves with her socks turned up. J - J . . . . . J ' 9 - . J . , . Class Prophecy une 9 1960 Dear Kenneth I am wrrtmg to you from Pans Followmg rs an account of my trrp so far I took a Bennxnghoffs Cab to the airport where I was to catch the three fuftecn flrght to New York As the passengers got off the plane I recogmzed Barbara Bland ford and Annette Warner who had just arrned from Florlda for a YlSlf While talk mg to them I learned that ean Freeman and amce Phlllrps were honeymoonrng 1n Florxda After boardmg the plane I d1scovered that the alr hostess for thxs flight was ackle Rouse and that the plane was ln the capable hands of erry Cole and lmmy Thompson Durlng the course of conycrsatlon ackxe mformed me that there would be an hours want m Washington By the trme we landed I was ready to eat After lnqulrlng I was told that the best eatrng establrshment was u1nn s Burger Pal ace When I armed I was surprlsed to see so many famllxar faces I was rnvrted to s1t wlth Senators Luther Eastwood and Robert Burnette Seated across from us were Chref justrce of the Supreme Court oseph Phxlhps and Congressman Ed gar Gaskms As I was leavlng Oscar Kafer and Robert Kennel the world re nowned lawyers of the day droye up ln thelr red and black lnmousrnes chauffeured by ohnny Albrltten and Ben Epps As rt was trme for my plane to leave I had to hurry back to the arrport ust before my plane took off a D -16 arm ed from Honolulu carryrng Pat Slrnonds and her troupe of Hawanan dancers I recognrzed Barbara Ed wards ean Acree Betty acques Etta Mozrngo Ola Cutherell and Lyllrs Freeman On the plane I drned wrth Dr Sandy Tuten Sandy told me that he IS a resndent phys1c1an at ohns Hopklns Hospxtal where Gaxl Hamnlton Sharon Bohn and Marr lyn Watson are nurses I saxd good by to Sandy at the arrport and caught a cab to the port termrnal We passed Carnegle Hall where posters proclanmed that Ivey Heath the great concert pramst rs playmg thrs week I guess you know that he marrxed unc Sellers After learnlng that I was from New Bern the cab drner was eager to tell me about the former New Bermans now res1d1ng rn New York He told me that Frank Rawls was now mayor of New York and Walter Smrth and ohnny Hrxn were the Grants most 'valuable playcrs He called my attention to the skyscraper whrch housed McCotters Prrntmg and Offlce Supply I remembered that Graham Wrlllams was the bookkeeper and the two jeans were secretarres for thus establnshment As soon as I armed at the port termmal I boarded the US Bear Cub proudly captamecl by Gatesy Matthews She was asslsted by jrmmy Gaskxns first mate Dellon Holt second and Kay Henhg and Marron Herrmgton stewards The mamtename crew Included Fish Nelson chref engme orler Charles Stokes and Boots Whntford as Frshs ass1stants and Doug Nelson wrrcless operator The shrp was nayngated by Cecrl Parker J y - s . , . , , Y. , . , - v . .Y , Y.. . 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V The first day I was aboard I was seasick and was forced to see the ships doctor Brinkley Lewis who administered the Keep The Urk Inside pills discovered by the world famous Charles Smith While aboard the ship I was served delicious food prepared by the ships chef Steve Mullen After dinner we danced to the heavenly music ot Larry Blythes or chestra Other members of the orchestra were Jackie Wetherington Walter Spruill and Gunhilde Gunnerson The main feature of the floor show was the famous Hollywood dancing team Marie Eubanks and Carl Coley On Sunday I attended the church services led by Emma Ruth Bennett who was assisted by Olivia Armstrong and Adrienne Prevost We docked in Liverpool and I journeyed to Paris where I stayed in the swank Gay Parisian owned by Helen Kafer and Betty Kellum and managed by Harriet Hobby The bonbon shop of the hotel is in the capable hands of Ellen Brmson and Helen Pipkm Honeymooning for the second time at the hotel were Sylvia enks and Wanda Rhodes The next day I toured Paris guided by Richard Rice In the Louvre I saw master pieces by Anne ordan and o Gardner We visited the American embassy which had been decorated by Elizabeth Matthis At the embassy I met Ambassador john Mason Among his associates were Betty Gray rmmy Fulcher Pat Wood and William Wells john told me that Sula Baches accompanied by Christine joseph and Tommy Cald well had just stopped by on her way to Greece We stopped at Ray Moores sidewalk cafe for lunch Our table was served by Bar As we were sitting there Foreign Legion Recruiting Officers Shirley Banks and im Mitchell stopped to talk They told us that Rosa Gardner udy Fisher Clifford Harris and the Pridgen brothers had just enlisted They informed me that Joe Mac Harper and Frank Croft were now in Trieste After lunch we journeyed to the Eiffel Tower We were taken to the top of the tower by Allen oyner From the tower I saw a breathtaking view of Paris Later in the afternoon we visited the French countryside We passed Alton ohn sons famous pheasant farm Wfe also passed the beautiful farms owned by Kenneth Tyndall and ohn Willis I wish I could describe the countryside to you maybe next etter The tour ended in time for us to dress for the evening Our first stop for the even ning was Le Cafe des Peches owned by jimmy Thomas The charming hostess was Carol Gryb She is in her element now since in speaking French she does not have to stop for breath I was seated near Bettie Bland a famous Paris model The rock ettes in the floor show were Lorraine Gooding Patti Wethermgton Barbara Williams Betty Wells Marie Alligood and Barbara Braddy After dinner I went to Le Cinema operated by Bobby Lewis and Herbert Rawls Tickets were sold by Carol Davis I was ushered to my seat by lrances Brmson The other ushers were Mary Elizabeth White Ruth jones and Edna Cole The show being presented for the evening was The Swan danced by jean Wright Other ballerinas , , - - . . . 7 3 4 , . - , ' ' 7 7 , . 7 1 Y 5 ' - , . 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' Jr :Hi 53,1 la.- ' 'A- 'af"""' ' , HI Patricia Boyd Claude Brantly Robert Bray Chris Bremer Mary Lou Bridgman William Brinkley Bobby Brinson Don Brinson Bobby Brown jean Brown Alice Bryan Joe Bryan Carolyn Bunch Ted Cary Thomas Cathy Goldie Caton Dorothy Cauly Challen Clark Marion Cleland Gordon Coburn Jonny Davis Charles De Brul Claude Dixon Phillip Dixon Guy Dodson Shirley Duel Betty Lou Ebron Billy Edwards Billy Edwards Jeanette Edwards James Ellers jean Ellers Margaret Ellis Carol Ernull Kitty Ferebee Nancy Ferrell Wfaverly F itzhugh Yvonne Franks jean Frederiksen Hillard Frie 'Sn Joyce Fulcher Faye Fulford jimmy Gaskins Shelby jean Gaskins Shelby Gaskins Bobby Godley jack Greene Patricia Grey 527' Frances Hussey Darletha Ipock Robert lpock Earol Jarman Ethel Jarman James Jarvis David Jones Jimmy Jones Ellen Grimes John Grimes Kermit Guthrie Celia Hahn Durwood Hancock Stephen Hall Patsy Hansen James Hardy Charles Hargett Sylvia Harris Baskin Harrison Nathan Harting Hetty Hogan Jeanette Hooper Joetta Hopkins Marshall Howell Shirley Huffman Bobby Huggins Ernest Hughes Regina Hurst VK joyce jones Kenneth jones Louise jones Soulee jordan Eddie Karam Tony Keimel Barbara Koonce Effie Lamb james Allen Lancaster Billy Lane Pat Lawrence Martha Lee Charles Littleton Linda Lockey Reginald Lowery Susan McCottcr Edgar Mcllwean Ervin McIntosh Bobby McLawhorn Martha Manning S- Myrtle Manning Willistine Manning Martha Kay Maultsby Dorothy Ann May Peggy Midyette Barbara Mitchell Albert Moore Sandra Moore Lorena Quidley Ronald Randall Harold Rawls Howard Rawls George Reagan janet Reel Betty Reid Tull Register Bernice Morris Betty Mozingo Helen Mullen Betty Murphy Betty Ann Olds Colline Olson Robert O'Neal Anna Owens Shelby Padriclc Bud Parker james Parsons Bobby Pate Annette Page Pauline Paul Frankie Petteway Phyllis Phelps Wesley' Potter Mary E. Powell Charlotte Purifoy Nellie Purifoy 1..- E27 iv Edward Riggs Peggy Rivenbarl-1 H. C. Rose john Ross Dorothy Rowe Rebecca Russell Mickey Ryman A. D, Sawyer Earl Sawyer jerry Sawyer Rodney Sawyer William Scott Koleta Shaw Mary C. Shields Carlton Smith joe Pat Smith Lance Smith Mary Lou Smith Elizabeth Stewart Harry Stewart Bobby Stokes Bobby Strickland Charles Strickland Sy lx ia Sty ron Fay Swinson Dorothy Taylor Phillip Thatch Henry Thompson Cecil Alligood Charles Dail Thomas Ebron Sara Lou Gaskins Joyce Gentry Donald jones Nick Wetherington IN01 pzrfzzred ames Caldwell, Ethel Dickens, Laura Ebron Carol Hardman, Nina Malpass, Dot Sue- eppe Manuel Williams. Lena Tilghman Mercer Tindle Bennie Lee Tingle Sue Tooker Margaret Trader Frances Tyndall Pat Tyson Ford Verdery Carolyn Vinson jerry Watson Othelia Watson Margaret West Nancy White Mildred Willis Sylvia Willis Patricia Wilson Helen Winfield David Windley Yevlen Yates George Yoeman 595509 5 RA IIIIIEZIIIII NW 1 :M I 3 D3 CLASS OFFICERS IRAINCES SMI I H , , ,, , ,, , Pm fide 111 AININ BOGOFSS ,, , , , I ILL Plcflzjilll IVIARTHA BLIEDSOE W , .,.. St'f7't7f!17'J NXIETHIQRINGTON ., ,.,. ,,,,,, . .. , Tre.z,furev' iii X if ,Q wwf LJ, Qi 3? W. 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I is 5576 Zffig2Q?gvif5Q xi t- . , H 'B . . ,dy 4:55, Gloria Olds Autry Ormond Sylx ia Page Ida Mae Parsons Maryanna Paul Noel Paul Doris Perez Suzanne Perry Sylvia Perry Michael Petteway ane Piner Faye Pope Rodney Powell Florence Price Mary Lou Price Diane Purdy james Purifoy Roger Ragsdale Charlie Rice Earl Riddick Donna Rideoutt Grace Riley Harry Robbins Sandra Roberts Freddy Roebuck Charles Ross Larry Rowe Patsy Rowe Permelia Rowe Katherine Sanderson Mary Saulter Frankie Sawyer Thomas Scott George Sellers Eleanor Seamster jackie Shadle Annie Shelton Dorothy Simons Nancy Singelton Alice Smith Frances Smith Hubert Smith joe Smith Lytle Smith Betty Smithwick Nancy Squris Eddie Stallings Leon Stanford Dolores Stephenson Ruth Stilley Blackie Stith Mac Stokes Vernon Stocks Faye Taylor Helen Taylor Bobby Thomas David Thomas Jerry Thomas Charles Toler Martha Tomlinson Melvin Townsend Esther Tripp Mike Turbine Richard Verrone Susie Wall Jeanette Ward Adrian Waters George Waters jean Waters jean Watson Lala Watson Mary Wetherington Ralph Wetherington Loran Whaley Betty Whealton La Rue Whealton Billy White Hugh White Marsha White Barbara Whittemore Walton Whitty Sandra Williams Shelton Williams Vance Williams Carolyn Willis Kirby Wilson Shady Wilson Joyce Wingate Milton Wood Pat Woodard Donna Zacks Archie Lee Noi pzrlured Claudine Beaxer oshun Eubanks, jerry Fisher, Dewey Hayes anice Hinnant Bobby Huggins William armen Stanley Lewis, john Rhodes Mary Lou Smith Richard Swindel Edvard Tyndall Athelie Watson, Sally Willis cv amzatwns I3 ACTIVITIES J I Q I GB 4 9 e 9 X 4 e E 4 V nk? x 1 Q var, .0 Y 2 arf T ,, fn as In .1 I I K. sets-H? iiff .0 , 5, mm ,yay ff W' yfnvy Q. 1 - Wyhw 1 Q4 ,. 52' if: sv 4 Y ,fwv ,,, ,fu QW vw Council I Q. , THE SENATE lull ll- 1 3 ll i i S2451 'C' ! ATM -U' 'R NVE: J, 1 5 THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES Senior Girls' Tri-Hi-Y OFFICERS ,Ianicc Phillips, Vice Prcsiclcnt1 Carol Davis, Treas- urcrg Sharon Bolin, Sccrctaryg Mary D, McCotter, Prcsiclcnt. The purpose of thc- Hi-Y is to create, maintain, and extend throughout the home school, and community, highest standards of Christian character. I li. an 1 mm H 1, M AX . :QI yi? .f 6,4 H Q' if , 2, 1 I iffy ' :if 5: ,ww " Qi : f ' J Q .W 5 if " Nv?'T iw X , ' :TEX lixky .xx ,M - V K X A4 i5a?fi?m X 51 . IQ, Q: Xxx . ? Q l Ya ,JM X ' X J wif uv ...Q-vi A. , Y , l 1 4,7 My S xx 453,53-3 ? 'F' 44 W-fda wx fxqf-'H ,, , u . Qs' m i ., , '. Z 4 -. ni , gk "gal ' 'f' k 'Y 4, 2 Nitin-f-f qi V ' .4 . 1 2 - 'RA ' E g m. iz, Q',.r, V 'Mb' ' . Q ,sf,fqf",, 2, 1-7 rv 4. ' 1 " if --:EE W "Ll V M- V' V- A ,qw 2: ' m?:,',ifj,,5" 4 -V A f vw 1 , ,f . f1 .f iv 1 L - iff? ,-M2321 ' 9 51556 fi-' ' .vV.r,-16, M' Xxifxi I-uf, my z s Senior Boys' Hi-Y OITVICFRS Phillip XXYllll.1IN5OIl, Sei VL'I.1I'yQ Brinkley Lewis, Presi- rlentz Doug Nelson. 'liTC.1iUI'CY1 Ben Epps. Vine Presi- ilent, The purpose ot' the Hi4Y is to create, m.1inti1in, and extend, throughout the home, school. and community, the highest stiimlimls of Clhristiim ehiirneter. num "-' 1 I -- 'Fr 4-Cl Tl- ?-'E 3 Qui PN in if XX . and 1 I 4' Junior Boys' Hi-Y i OFFICERS Pete Bachcs, Treasurerg Bud Bledsoe, Vice Presi- dentg A. D. Sawyer, Presidentg Chris Bremer, Secre- tary. The purpose of the junior Boys' Tri-Hi-Y is to create, maintain, and extend through out the home, school, and community, high standards of Christian Character. Beta Club OFFICERS Emma Ruth Bennett, Vice Presidentg joe Phillips, Presidentg Mary D. McCotter, Secretaryg Annette Warner, Treasurer. The purposes of the Beta Club are: to promote the ideals of honest service and leader- ship among the high school students of America, to reward meritorious achievement, and to encourage and assist students to continue their education after high school. ff' 2 vi Future Teachers of America The ll. B. Smith lfuttire Te-.tehers ot Ameriia Clltih was organized in the spring of 1950. The purpose ot the tltilw is to 5timul.1te interest .tmong the members in the tedehing profession, to ent'our.tge these young people to cultivate in themselves the qualities of personality and kll.1I'.iLlL'l' vvhith .ire the tAot1nd.1tions of sueeess- ful tedthing. .md to .1CL1Ll.1ll1f them with the inspiring story ot' the part the free schools have played in the development of our demo- trettit wily of lite. "Uwe ilwnftz' fm! be ,HIfj,lflL'tI iaith .tt'fJ0ofti lei- gum! lfhlll 11 e funn' lmtz' In mtllfe Mem." OFFICERS jo Kafer, Vine Presidentg Ellen Brinson, Presi- dentg Olivia Armbtron Y, Seeretar 'g Barbara . 5 l Blandford, Treasurer. 31111 10' 91 -di vii Future Homemakers of America x.,3. OFFICERS Nancy XY'hite, Secretaryg Pat Tyson, Treasurerg San- dra Moore, Vice Prcsiclentg Elizabeth Barnhardt, President. The purpose of the F.H.A. is to promote a growing appreciation of the joys and satisfactions of homemaking. de f The col tcrminat home 1 ife ors red and white are symbolic of youth-youth which has courage and ion to succeed, yet has innocence and purity. These colors are also symbolic the success of which is of utmost importance. Kam 2:2 2 Q. 4 -QA W el, wu- . we i 7 ..Q. 1 I -a+ my x,fQfsqrni?w,i k 3 f -W ' ly W . v af 2 91,3 M 4 232' " ff , f' ' , s y 5 Af Y5 . 14 - ' ,-f ,I 1 Wt, . 'wx' , JV of ' f f, , I 1 . ,, ,v 'K' 4 ' f..:,: .-w:N'fi aff"W , . ,f f , -' v 4 4" L . -' ' A -4- A Qi? . 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OFFICERS Carol Gryb, Sccrctary-Trcasurcrg Arthur Anderson, Vice Prcsiclentg Frank Rawls, Presiclentg joe Phillips, Program Direc- tor. Sodalitas atina OFFICERS Nancy Ferrell, Vice President: A, D. Sawyer, Tre.1s- urer1 Kitty lierelwee, Presidentg lrene Collins, Sure- t.1rV. The purpose of the Latin Club is to provide an organization to create and promote interest and understanding of the history, customs, and ideals of the ancient Romans. Library Club OFFICERS Sybil Kellum Sc'llL'f.47 rl HH lftm Mozingo Pm mfwsf Bums XY'l1itl4or1.l l llc' Pm llafwlf "I" Monogram Club The Mouoggram Cluh seeks to trente CL sense of fair play in the athletic ac- tixities of New Bern High School. This year the club ran concession st.mds at the football gumes in order to purchase letter sweaters for the boys and girls who had earned them. XVe feel very proud because New Bern won the footlmll good sportsmanship award this year. Script Club RADIO ANNOUNCERS jerry Cole .md PM Simonds. Not pictured: Brrrbam XVilliams and Nelson Quinn. The purpose of the Script Club is to prepare the news for the radio program ,.. -tang A .,.....-f' if ig Q 5 45 'ff' X3 7 3 Y -, Office Assistants Bus Drivers f U BM QATXQNS XX 54,9 jiflw 0 Q' QX X , 1 ff 1 , X 'QM u lil .vu N YQY. f 3 . I Dux X of If ,"vr1 xx XXV I2 fl' ' +1 C' ' 'I Q ' V. Y P4 S' .?7 ,'Y,,N .XV AHF 'iv .Q X I 551 S 10,0 f as O if GATESY MAT'I'HFXY'S ffdflfn-D1-Cf714 MRS. HYACQINTH LANCASTER Adlfwf' .,.....--, , A The Bear N IZLSON Ql 'INN Blzvimfm M.1z1.1gw' IETV H' " 5 Cub Staff THE JOURNALISM CLASS jortlan, Art lftlitorg Barbara Brati- tly, Suhxtription Manager, The Bruin HARRIET HOBBY Bl'lJjI!lfl.l' illfzzzfzgrfr HELEN KA FER Ezfifffr'-211-Cflief Seated: Barbara Wfilliams, Feature Editorg Betty Jaques, Betty Kel- lum, Libby Mathis, Mary Dunn McCotter, Gatesy Mathews, Fea- ture 'Staffg Elizabeth Barnhardt, S o p h 0 in o r e Editor, Donna Zanks. Freshman Editor, Standing: Norman Lee, junior lid' itorg john Mason, Sports Editor. 0 Kafer, Asxistant litlit0r1 Anne SUBSCRIPTION STAFF The Bruin INIRS, ILA MAI? ROEBLICQK Atxljlfil' TX PISTS The Bruin Business Staff ,,.f- 1 . fWM"',,,,.- i,,,.f--' ,,,,...f .,.....L..fM A 5 ...qlI-u----. 4.--. 'li Iflrst row: Null Hobby. Sim Kline. Harrlcl Hobby. .ln Iilrsorxx. Arm Clrmb Suomi row: Doris Hlmd. Arm Moors. 'Iudy Iiiibur. Namy lfcrcll. foumiu Hobby. Tody Tbomu. Third rout -Io RAIL-r. Arthur fxfldk-rwxw. Il.1 fNhIbm.1m. CQL-urge SIIFIXLF. Huy C Sl1iL-Hx Iftm fXI41zn11gu.N.111q' Iiuggus. 'I,uk1u Ruuw. A-1 4 4 C Mm kfifkf 5 S of , fr 1 C f 42952 'K ww ., Q ef! ,, gy ' 5 EQ, if 1 ' M I N F353 V' 4 Ap? 1' Az 1 3' , M M fm U , 5724 F Q pt '1' If Q M if M Q f R Q' 3 4 f A if . f-111 W . - 5 'fu 'Y 1' , f , A f 4, W- 'MQ . ,.'- f5'M'w ,zg,,n. ,,.,mgif-3 , 'FY Q 4 NZM.-,1 V, AA .,. N fx, an if f Y , W wwf? 3 ii ,J 5i Struttin' Their Stuff Sittin' It Out THE TENORS THE BASSES A Cappella QQ JUAA ww., 4 fn 4 Choir hf?4"5 an .V THIS SOPRANOS THE ALTOS 1 , 'f vm -.quill W 12 - is f ' -' I ' . ' ' 'f'2f1+13li?fT?f'L Af + 7 111 Q In M M 1, ew girl - 1 ,-'Tiff Bears Defeat Kinston By 20-14 i Scoreg Win N.E. The New Bern Bears rallied for two touchdowns in the last quarter to deteat arch rival Kinston by a score of 20-14 before a crowd of over T000 madly cheering fans in Kafer Park on November 13. The victory established the Bears as champions of the North Eastern Conference and gained them a berth in the battle for the state champion- ship, The Bears rode to victory behind the excellent pin point passing of Preacher Parker, who stepped back and flipped a long touchdown pass to Ca videc Alt liant indiy of th ptain Robert Kennel that pro- C. Championship ed back as a result of a penalty and Burnette carrying the ball on the play that set up the winning touch- downs. ln the offensive blocking depart- ment Billy Atkinson was unequaled - in the New Bern backiield. Billy broke through the opposition's W Ts-t t 9' N 9' . ,K K f IQ Q I' T' 0 against xx .I ffi ' -' - ' 'za 375, '! , l .-I . L i ' N " Billy V -- 't I svelous X l livin BEAR ROMP OVER LU BERTOT New Bern got off to a good sta.. e Ltnnbtiton whtn Bob Bur nett raced twenty-nine yards for th tirst touchdown. Burnett also kick- ed the extra point to make it T-0. e Atkinson w ho played a mar game, both offense and de- fense, scored twice. His first tally to throw the Red Devils for se 1 the mst vefiod when h losses and his blocking was t itely one of the major factors ii inspiring victory. EVENLY MATCHED From the start, of the gamt fans and players alike realized this would be a battle long rei Bears Trounce Washington 26 to 7 On September 18 for the first time since 1946 New 156111 beat the Pam Pack. They came out ot' the game with a 26 to T victory at the hands k hill ga 1. and tuc' 2 "nic tNew Bern fans were ' . . fnse until the latter tory from start to tinish. Bob Bur- nette and George Slaughter were especially outstanding on the of- fense with Slaughter running two Luochdowns. one of which was call- BRUI S SOCKED BYJ CKETSI BIG 1 H0 ECOMING GAME ' The New Bern Bears suffered their first conference defeat from the Elizabeth City Yellow Jackets. With the running and passing of Dickie Darling and the pass receiv- ing ot' Bobby Darling the Jackets romped over the Bears 31-0. - Little Billy Atkinson led the Bears on offense and defense al- l S though they held us scoreless. i Elizabeth Citv got off to an earlv lead ind kept then winning mal The Red Devils were the fir score in the ball game when moved down the field with amz determination and finally addet touchdown on a line buck. Heath, outstanding place kicke the Red Devils, added the 1 point for Kinston and the Red ils moved out in front by a T-0 gin. Penalties were infiicted upon teams throughout the entire ct of the game with New Bern l penalized T5 yards while Kit was receiving 45 yards in setba Throughout the remainder o first quarter the Bears were ui to score but in the second p George Slaughter bulled over Burnette booted the extra poi send the game into a deadloc T-T at the half. For their first score in the uarter the Re dD il Cl QV S hnd ouaitei. When New Bern broke away fron' "' 'h' ington and kept the ball g. nt r control tlierealtt-r. The Bears got an early le: DEFE they marched down the tie touchdown with Parker ft quick opener and reversing and 3 gt for the score. Burnette ad point after touchdown. ' The Bruins threatened 1 in the first of the second but it was halted by a fuml Pam Pack took advantage Friday vor of t other fumble near their g Preache and Burgess tallied for tl and added the extra point. t'oming back in the third Parker passed to Sasser for Burnt tte missed the extra tion. B ter, and leaders and gav Another score came when went to the distance or fort for the third tally, Burnett again on thc conversion. ed ahea was Jacksonville. At the half-time mark. the score stood 20 to T in the J-ville team played a good game great game at his quarterback posi the half. In the second half the Bears end to score. The second wn came on another end run was better than twenty- c Slaughter, who made good n line plunges, scoied the uchdown. on a tive yard. lant. lcond team finished the game Benninghoff leading this tnding for New Bern on of gre Slzmhter. Atkinson and NEW BERN BEARS AT JACKSONVILLE The powerful New Bern Bears led by a group ot hard-driving backs ubborn line won their fourth straight ball game of the season night. This time the victim he powerful Bears. although r Parker again turned in a ob Burnette. George Slaugh- Billy Atkinson again prov ed their ability to gain yardage. The New Bern band and cheer- were on hand, of course e a splendid performance at d to rack ialty. Parker was rush- l After the half the Bez RUUWLIRQQWQE Win First Leg ln the District Playoff i The New Bern Bears won the first' game in their bid for state cham-i iionship honors November 20 whenj :hey defeated Oxford Orphanage! in- their home field by a score ofi I2-13. l The game was another team vic- ory for the Bears with the entire: ffensive backfield and defensive ine playing outstanding ball for thei 'our quarters. At the start of the: ame Oxford was expected to put up' ne of the finest displays of footballl een before the Bears this seasonl l ith their outstanding play on the eld. Oxford was in reality one of he best coached teams that the iears have faced this season and hey displayed this with exhibitions y players such as Steve Dean, who 'as easily the star of the Red Devils. In the third quarter the Red Dev- ils, in an effort to stop the passing f Parker, threw up a 10 man line gainst the Bears but this resulted in the New Bern pass receivers be- ing out in the open and Parker's passing was just as effective as ever. Out of the 15 passes attempted by! New Bern 9 of these were complet- ut New Bern strangled this threat! l Bears had been set back and the firs' Oxford Orpl For the MMOXFORDI Bears took ' ,.., ,....-. started a drive of ended when G ploughed over frc line to bring the try for the extra 'Joe Clement, and Robert From the standpoint of the spec- The next game for the tators on the sidelines the gameibe against Hamlet for t would be at a 7-7 tie at the inter-iDivision title. The gamt mission but the New Bern offenselably take place Thanks, proved this different. The touch-ion a neutral field. the tie. down resulted in three last being the tie breaker a result of a 15 yard cl 1 on the t Th H t mes Bears Defeat Gre 9 FS 0 e Cain Score In Crucial The New Bern Bears rolled to l 'the Oxford line but man their fottrth straight conference vic- toly October :LL when they defeated off a jump pass that wa: to Doug Sasser attd wa tht tfreenville l'hantoms by a score of' 25-lt before a large crowd of Ne.v the 24, On the next p lit-rn fans in the stadium at East completed to Robert Keg yards and then found I! son for the pay off passj 1 aerial. iback with greater e fwhen Bob Burnette set t'arolina College. The Bears outplayed the Green- ville squad throughout most of the l:all game bttt by tio means were at any time too certain about the vic- .fally when he broke t Red Devil line and race one oi' tlte main factors in tlte It only took the Bruins to uv liecaus "' EARS DEFEATJROAB okis' ff' RAPIDS BY 20-6 MARGJ The New llern lligh School foot- all tt-ant aol revenue at lionttolte tapitls week ht-fore last for a pref ions defeat when they handed the 'ellow .lacltets a otte-sided 20 to ll t-feat on the lioanoke gridiron. The llrttins gained control of the iall early in the annie when the! arhtts were forced to quick kick! fter making tio headway against' he stout New llern line. The ball' anded on the lil yard line fromg vltert- the lit-ars dt'ew a 15 yartl it-nalty, placing.: tht- hall on their! vwtt -l yard line with 5413 yards lo to lo pay dirt. W lfrom tltat point, i'rt-acher Parkt-t'.i 'tw liern's ace signal caller, fookt 'ontrol of' the game atid ttioved tlte tall down field in a series of i5 tlays. Slangltter attd Burnette car-N 'ted the load on the ground whilef 'aptain Robert Kennel snagged' nost ot' l'arker's accurate aerials.. 'arker scored with New lit-rn's first ally of the evening when he skirted ' own left end for lo yat-ds. New lit-rn's second touchdown cante iti the set-ond quarter when the Jackets were again forced to punt on third down. Tltis titne the hall sailed into tlte end zone attd oy legal rule tlte llrvtins gained pose session of the hall on the 20 yard line with first dowti atid ten to go. ln 13 plays the Bruins moved BU tory because of the defeat of' the prtvtous week still in their minds. The lfears' dtfense was probably yards with Parker scoring front the three yard litie on another end Zlfllllllli. linrnt-tte's second tt'y of the evenittg was good atid tlte Bears possessed a ll to tt lead at half time. After a brilliant band display at htm' time. tlte two teams retu.rttetli to the field attd the Yellow Jack hit-hed off' to New llern to start the act ion. New lit-rn moved the ball up to their own INS yard line from where they lost possession on a fumble. This time the Yellow Jackets were tft-termined to score. ltobert lJeavet', lloanoltc qttarter back, pulled tht New liern defense to ltis right and passed to Totntny Williatnson ntl' left tnd who scampered the remain- Bears Overpower Chowan By 19-0 Margin The combination of a hard run nina back-field attd a strott ward line proved their point agains g for a small squad of football player: front tlte Chowan College Freshtnat class in liafer Park October 9 be fort- tlte smallest crowd of the cur rent season. The Bears defeatec their opponents. by at 19 to 0 score. The Bears' powerful offense at tat-k did ttot waste any time in run ning tip tlte score frottt the opening kitkoff, The offensive play was high-lited by at forty-three yard past for a touchdown frotn Preacltet Vatker to right end Dough Sasser enville By 25-0 Conference Battle 21 yard line and began a tnarcl' goalward. They came close to los ing the ball during the touchdowt drive when they chose to puttt ot fourth down. But luck was witt them attd Greenville received a 1 yard penalty for roughing the kick er, giving them a first down on tht 45 yard line. lilessed with new en ergy, the Bt'ttins ttioved toward th goal with Parker adding the touch to the drive by scoring the otte-ltalf yard line on a q back sneak. On the next kickoff the ROBERT KENNEL Cnpmizz Offense-Defense Left End All-Cwzferenre All State wi BILLY ATKINSON Offense-Defense Left Halfback M BOB BURNETT Offense Right Halfback BILLY PRICE Offense Defense Center New New New New New New CONFERENCE Bern Bern Bern Bern Bern Bern ,,,..,.2O .....,,3-4 .......2i O .,,.2O NON CON New New New New Bern Bern Bern Bern FERENCE 7 .HM25 SCORES XY'.1SlllI'lgfOD .,,,,,,, 7 Roanoke Rapids .,.., ......,. 6 jriclcsomwlle , ,, 19 Greenville ........ 0 Elizulweth City ..., 51 Kinston .,....... 14 't sm" SCORES Beaufort ......,,,,....... ...... 1 9 Chowan College ....,. ...... 0 Dunn ,..,,,........... Lumberton ....... ...,..13 0 5 FOSTER BORDEAL X Offenie Center All Cmzfererzre BED PARKER Offense-Defense Quarterback All Curzfwerzrs All E.1f!err1 DOLG SASSER Offense-Defense Rrght End GEORGE SLAUGHTER Offense Fullbauk All Corzferenre 4 ,Q ,F ,.,,.,.,q V, t . ,W .M Q A. Q W-L -- V . 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V 7 " is 1 L CompInmen'I's of CHERRY RESTAURANT AND GRILL Havelock Commercial Cenfer New Bern N C MODEL AND HOBBY SHOP Shop for Toys Trams Models Racers BOX 222 HAVELOCK N C PHONE 3380 CHRISTIE S Fme Fashions COMMERCIAL CENTER HAVELOCK N C Phone 3850 CompInmen'I's of DAVIS MARKET Cherry Poln+s Food Cenler COMPLIMENTS OF Havelock, Hardware PHONE 33I0 Havelock N C COMPLIMENTS or ED GARDNER'S SERVICE STATION New Bern N C S COMPLIMENTS OF H Kress Company Mlddle S+ree'I' New Bern N C COMPLIMENTS or JOHN R TAYLOR Assls'Ian+ Manager HUGHES BUILDING NEW BERN N C Home 4435 Business 3866 1 . . 1 ' I CHERRY POINT. N. C. CAROLINA CLEANERS 9l4 Broad St NEW BERN N C Eastern Rulane Sales Corp GAS SERVICE APPLIANCES New Bern N C Sub Teen SpecIalIs+s Punch and Judy The Department Store for Chddren DrInk PEPSI COLA N E MOHN 81 SONS Hay Gram and Straw NEW BERN N C BLUE AND WHITE CAFE Homemade PIes NEW BERN N C It ITS New If ,Is D,ffe,e,,+I S R HIII s Statlon lf 'fs Excmng' HIghway 70 Havelock N C Then ITS at ESSO STANDARD PRODUCTS FRESH AND FROZEN VEGETABLES THE PAR'5'AN CHOICE MEATS NEW BERN N C DRY GOODS New Bern, N. C. FRED and INEZ LOCKEY . . I . ' . . . , . 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New Bern High School - Bruin Yearbook (New Bern, NC) online yearbook collection, 1955 Edition, Page 1

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New Bern High School - Bruin Yearbook (New Bern, NC) online yearbook collection, 1956 Edition, Page 1

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New Bern High School - Bruin Yearbook (New Bern, NC) online yearbook collection, 1957 Edition, Page 1

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