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

 - Class of 1955

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Citizenship Award Danforth Award Science Award Girls' State Girls' State Boys' State Boys' State Bus Driver Award Z., .... .5 4.. , Y n '4.- , l' 2 - ,xx Z..-A -- for 3'- U3 , .J ,fk.,y 4 ' 4 .i, 5 'wx 4 V, f 1 l ,jug- .0 45 Q 4 w 3 . ,wf 4 ' ,4P,, ln, , -J 'W iw X W Q2 In VW Qi f V 'fi' S ' M' i ' -2 f ,fav Nw ' .Lk , Q: " kia, A ,fm S f X 4 f 4 'iii Q w,,iQ'v' V f 5 3 2 ,552 .f 2 Ad ' 5 Q 75' A.- f RM , 1 Q52 a 37-W1 9 X , Sz Q Q Jr iw A V 7- 5 7 ' ., N. 4 S 4 fa ,A va S 'r ' f dr -w .VV F '31 will 455 Swynl' l -sd hr-:f"'7 'f"f"'1'7 VU! 1'-2 faq, 'ay' ' 35 MARJORIE ANN ADAMS Sparkle Plenty U.C.Y.M.--leadereconscienrious Beta Club 3, 4, Vice Pres. 4, Hi-Y I, 2, 3, 4, Glce Club I 2, 3, Choir 4, Sec. 1, 2, 3, 4, Marshal 3, Latin Club I 2 Bear Cub Staff I, Superlative 4. 1 ARTHUR REGINALD ANDERSON Bomba Puppets-art-talented Class Treas. 4, Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, Bear Cub Staff 4, Bruin Staff 3 4, French Club 4, Vice Pres. 4, Dramatics Club I, 2, 3 Treas. 3, Superlative 4. Jo ARTHUR Chicken Little Quiet-cute-average DE Club 3, 4. MARY VIRGINIA AUSTIN Little Orphan Annie Red-eyes-loquacious Debating Team 3, Bear Cub Staff 3, Bruin Staff 4, Dramatics Club 1, 2, 4, Band 2, 3, 4, FHA l, 2, Speech Club 2. Maiorette 4, FHA I. Attended l, 2, 3, 4, Bruin Staff l, Library Cl CATHRINE BALLEW Honey New-quiet-typing BARBARA ALLEN BARNS Bubbles Majoretfe-Herbert-records DORIS REGISTER BANKS Irma Mrs.-pleasant-likable Jasper School 1, 2, 3, Cheerleader JULIA ANN BANKS Petunia Dimples-accent-jolly DE Club 4, Speech Club 2. Ub 4, Sec.-Treas 2, NBHS 4. First row, left to right: JOY MARION BATCHELOR Tillie the Toiler Wacs-beach-popcorn DE Club 4, Treas. 47 Other School 1, 2, 3j Treas. Freshman Class Glee Club7 FHA Treas. 17 Basketball 1, 2. RAYMOND ALLEN BAYER Smitty Crew cut-Buick-calm Football 3, 47 Bear Cub Staff 2j DE Club 4, 57 Monogram Club 4, 57 Safety Council. BARBARA JEAN BELL Mother Goose Baptist-genial-Jr. Class Play Latin Club 27 Honor Roll 17 Jr. Play 37 Jr.-Sr. Waitress 27 Dramatics Club 4, WILLIAM ALLEN BENNINGI-IOFF Robin Bus-considerate-song bird Baseball 1, 2, 3, 47 Football 2, 3, 47 Monogram Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Pres, 47 Hi-Y 47 Bruin Staff 47 Choir 2, 3, 47 Glee Club 17 Marshal 37 Jr.-Sr. Waiter 2. Second row, left to right: P EGGY B LAC K Maggie California-musical-intelligent Calif. Honor Roll 1, 2, 3j Choir 37 Cheerleader 1, Head 17 Heritage Club7 Orchestra 1, 27 NBHS-FTA Aj Choir 47 Bear Cub Staff 4. I DORIS KAY BLAND Daisy Mae Head-boys-that smile Cheerleader 2, .3, 4, Head 47 Glee Club 1, 2, 37 Choir 47 Bear Cub Staff 17 Speech Club 27 Dramatics Club 1, 27 Of- fice Assist. 4. ' VIRGINIA CAROLINE BLANDFORD Dory MYF-good natured-willing Basketball 17 Glee Club -lj Girls' Chorus 2, 3, 47 FTA 2, 37 Hi-Y 4. VIRGINIA CLAIRE BLEDSOE Little Red Riding Hood Shy-eyes-worker Hi-Y 3, 4, Treas. 47 Latin Club 27 Library Club 27 Accornpanist Boys' Glee Club 47 House of Rep. 3. 2, 1 7 7 I Lf 7' c A M!-Wi,i2',f , 7. f 7 :....L" , f . I4 ""' 1 7, ,- , f ff 7-'af ,7 6 M N ev ' 2 1.5 Picture Nol' Available qfpn-r fv-16. limi ,,,f-',,,":,-Mn .-,. nd. if, .1 59' First row, left to right: Second row, left to right: NANCY Jo BOGGESS MARGARET MARY BUCKLEY Little Lulu Rose Red . Tommy-art--industrious Stringbean-Peggy-Jokester Beta Club 35 Band I, 25 Latin I, 25 Bruin 3, 45 Library Club 35 Basketball 2, 3, 45 Monogram Club 2, 3, 45 Bruin Typist 45 Dramatic Club 1. Script Club 45 Dramatics Club I, 2, 35 FHA 3. MILDRED JEAN BoYD LARRY LEE BLYTHE Queen of Hearts PlaSllC MGH Choir-poet-eyes Drums-rhythm-cat Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, Vice President 35 Glee Club 15 Choir 2, 3, 45 Band li 2, 3, 4: DE Club 2: Sfudenf C0Uf1Cll 3: AdVe"'lSln9 Vice President 45 Latin Club l, 25 Bruin Staff 25 Speech Club Managef of Beal' CUl-D 4: Hi-Y 2, 3, 4- 25 Bear Cub Staff 1, 2. ELIZABETH ANNE BRATCHER FREDERICK M. CARMICHAEL Dumb Dora Steve Wilson Likable-crazy-jolly Reporter-curly-good-looking DE Club 3, 4, FHA 1, 2, Senior Boys Hi-Y 45 Bruin Staff 45 Bear Cub Sports Editor 35 Homeroom officer 25 Superlative 4. NATALE ANNE BRYSON LENA CAROLYN CATON 'lane Snow White Pames-fun-don r Care Attractive-innocent-hair Fla. H. S,-Girls' State 35 Latin Club 2, 3. NBHS-Bear Cub FHA, 2 4. Homeroom Officerl Staff 45 Student Council 2, 35 Homeroom President 3. ROBERT LANE CLENIENT Freckles YPSL Pres.-Sports-all-around Football 2, 3, 4, Basketball 2, 3, 4, Captain 4, Glee Club l, Choir 2, 3, 4, Hi-Y 3, 4, Treas. 4, Beta Club 3, 4, Mono- gram Club 3, 4, Vice Pres. 4, Bruin Staff 4, Student Council 4, Superlative 4. JOSEPH MASON CLEMENT l Lard Jokes-that laugh-football X Monogram Club 4, Hi-Y 3, 4, Football 2, 3, 4, Glee Club T, Choir 2, 3, 4, Jr.-Sr. Waiter 2, Latin Club l, 2. ELIZABETH IRENE COLLINS Priscilla Beta-Belk's-Boys' Glee Club Semester Honor Roll 1, 2, 3, 4, Beta Club 3, 4, Girls' Hi-Y 3, 4, Marshal 3, Accornpanist tor Glee Club l, 2, 3, 4, FHA l, 2, 3. LILI GAIL COLVARD The Tweetiebircl Bird-Carmen-peanut Tri-Hi-Y 3, 4, Pres. 4, Beta Club 3, 4, Treas. 4, Choir 3, 4, Script Club 3, Student Council 3, Superlative 4. AMOS WADE CONNOI2 Tiny Tim Baseball-slim-freckles Baseball 3, 4. BETTY OLEAN DAUGHERTY Henrietta FHA-Pres.-Determined Library Assistant l, 2, 3, 4, Library Club 2, 3, Pres. 4, Jr. Class Play 3. I., ,, ,, I. , . - it V, .44 M .75 f , ' Z ME LBA JEAN DAVIS Jill Conservative-ACA-expressive FTA 2, 3, 4, Vice Pres. 4, Bear Cub Staff 4, Beta Club 3, FHA 'l, Jr.-Sr. Waitress 2. lf Q-aff DELLA MARIE DAVIS Wonder Woman Jimmy-Jasper-choir , Glee Club l, 2, Girls' Chorus 3, Choir 4, FHA 'l, 2, Treas. 2, Hi-Y 2, 3, 4. -aw fur -lQl""' Lvl: al Fix 'EY JANICE MARICE DEBRUHL Lucille Svveeny Crazy Driver-Glee Club-that walk Glee Club I, 2, 3, 4, Pres. 4. EVELYN STREET DIXON Miss Muffet Pony fail-Church worker-brilliant Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, Sec. 4, Beta Club 3, Semester Honor Roll I, 2 Latin Club 1, 2, Glee Club 1, 2, Jr.-Sr. Waitress. EDNA MAE EDWARDS Little Iodine Buick-Jr. English-happy FHA I, 2, 4, Library Asst. 3. ROBERT EARL ERNULL Dr. Jeckyll A8-P-that hair-dreamer Sr. Boys' Hi-Y 3, 4. DELORES ANNE FONES Maid Marian CP-slow 'n easy-kerchiefs Library 1, 2, 3, FHA 4. GLENDA KAYE FULCHER Hedy Wolf industrious-Wes outspoken Beta Club 3, 4, Glee Club I, 2, Jr.-Sr. Waitress 2, Semester Honor Roll 1, 2, 3, 4, Bear Cub 1, JV Basketball. BOBBY RICHARD GAMES Sluggo Scooter-real gone-game Drivers Safety Club 4. BETTY ANN GARRIS Mary Marvel Diamond-Buick-piano FHA 'l, 2, 4, Dramatics 3. JANICE ADELL GLANCY Goldy Locks Kress-fun-lively DE Club 4, Secretary 4. BELINDA GREY GIBBLE Tessie the Typist Gene-giggles-pep Marshal 3, Girls' Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, Treas. 3, Chaplain 4, Betff Club 3, 4, Cheerleader 1, 2, 3, 4, Girls' State 3, Dramatics Club 1, Treas, Bear Cub Staff 1, 4, Business Manager 4, Bruin Business Staff 3, 4, ANN GRAHAM GRADY Miss Mizzou Gram Cracker-witty-cheerleader Cheerleader 2, 3, 4, Junior and Senior Girls' Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3 4, Sec. 2, Bruin Business Staff 3, Subscription Manager 4, Jr.-Sr. Waitress 2, Jr. Class Play 3, Superlative 4, Homecoming Court 4, Girls' Glee Club 3, Dramatics Club l. MARTHA JANE HAMMOND Pug Queenie-arborefum-go-go-go Choir 3, 4, Glee Club l, 2, Cheerleader 2, 3, 4, Tri-Hi-Y l, 2, 3, 4, Treas. 3, Bruin Feature Editor 4, Jr. Class Sec., Latin Club l, 2, Bear Cub Staff 4, Superlative 4. JAMES HANCOCK K.O. Bridgeton-Marie-polite ELIZABETH HARDISON Ma Kettle Contended-easy-going-sweet Library Club 4. SHIRLEY HARKER Little Bo Peep Good natured-YWA-stand-by FHA l, 2, Dramatics l, 2, Girls' Chorus 2, Choir 4, Typing Club 4. MERCEDES HARMAN The Duchess Artist-Ray-ping pong Beta Club 3, 54, Bruin Art Editor 4, Choir 3, 4, Glee Club 1, 2, Latin Club I, 2, Dramatics Club 'I 2, Semester Honor M' if Roll 1, 2, 3, 4, Hi-Y 4. First row, left to right: LII.I.IAN VIVIAN HARRIS Mary Jane Ben-Sociology-curls Secretary Homeroom I, Maiorette I, 2, 3, 4, Head 3, Band Officer 3, Library Club 4, FHA I, 2, Speech Club Pres. 2. ADELAIDE FRANCES HART The Timid Soul Freddie-Choir-superior Marshal, Choir 3, 4, Accompanist, Beta Club 3, 4, Hi-Y 3 4 Dramatics Club, Sec. 2, 3, Latin Club I, 2, Girls' Chorus Ac- companist 2, FHA 2. BARBARA JEAN I-IAWKINS Nyoka Basketball-State-Little Russia Glee Club I, Girls' Chorus 2, Choir 3, 4, Student Council Rep. 2, Bruin Typist 4, Basketball 2, 3, 4, Monogram Club 2, 3, 4. PATRICIA ANN HEATH Mother Hubbard Pleasant-helpful-easy-going Jr.-Sr. Waitress, Glee Club I, 2, Choir 3, 4, Jr. Class Play, French Club Reporter 4. 'km If N. num Q '17 , 17 Second row, left to right: WILLIAM GRANT HENDREN Henry Aldridge Clothes-math-nice Jr. Class Treas., Boys' Hi-Y I, 2, 3, 4, Treas 4, Latin Club I, 2, Beta Club 4, Bruin Staff 3, 4, Glee Club I, 2, Basket- ball I, 2, 3, Football 2, Superlative 4. JOSEPH D. HENRY Casper Baxter's-initials-hair Carlisle Military Academy I, 2, 3, Library I, 2, 3, Annual Staff 2, 3, Asst. Ed. 3, Football 2, 3, Band 2, 3, Sec. 3, Prv. I, Sgt. Ist Class 3, Cpl. 2, 2nd Lt. 4, SCHLA Pres., Drill Club 4. LEBERT WOODARD HILL Jughead Bones-bass-Darnell's Band lr 2, 3, 4, Vice Pres. 4, French Club 4, Jr. Class Play. NELL TOMLINSON HOBBY Little Henry Popular-bodacious-Miss Editor Bear Cub Ed., Jr. Class Pres., HIEY I, 2, 3, 4, Beta Club 3, 4, Cheerleader 2, 4, Jr.-Sr. Waitress, Bruin Staff 3, Sr. Ed., Glee Club I, 2, Latin Club I, 2, Script Club 3, 4, Announcer 4, Student Council 3, Semester Honor Roll I, 2, 3, 4. , t A in s M 3:2 ,B-. if f K, 'xsjbf I Q v'-' 'V . , ll ,I A .Ni f"'f' ani f' . 1151 ll'-up! ,,"'9 K. 1 R, i Q., iv' "WMV l First row, left to right: FREDERICK ALBERT HONRINE Ollie the Owl Adelaide-Buick-hair Marshal 35 Beta Club 45 Pres. French Club 45 Semester Honor Roll 35 Fr. Class Sec.5 Selma H.S. Student Court Recorder 4. JOHNNY HRIN Ozark Ike Mischievous-Crazy, Man, Crazy-janitor Newport Beach. Calif. 1, 25 Baseball 3, 4. PEGGY JEAN HUDSON Cinderella Taft-smile-maforette Maiorette l, 2, 3, 45 Treas. Fr. Club. 45 Student Council 45 FHA l, 25 Dramatic 'l, 2. Jo ANN HUFF Second row, left to right: EUGENE HUGGINS Frankie Curls-bus-Cherry Point Football I, 2, 3, 45 DE 3, Pres. 45 Monogram 2, 3, 45 Bus Driver 3, 4. JIMMY LEE HUGHES Prince Valiant Preacher-Mr. President efficient Class Pres. 45 Beta Club 3, 4, Pres. 45 Sr. Boys' Hi-Y 3, 4, Chaplain 45 Bear Cub Staff 35 Student Council 3, 45 Glee Club 35 Choir 45 Basketball l, 2. RALPH DOUGLAS JACOBS Humphrey Bogart 99 plus-Speech-lanky Bear Cub Staff 3. EVA PAUL JEFFERSON Long Sam Pluto Basketball-gum-Slim Quiet-Mrs.-FHA Choir 3, 45 Glee Club I, 25 Hi-Y 3, 4, Vice Pres. 45 Basket- DE 4? FHA lf 2, 3: H0meI'O0m SGC- 1:4-H Club l, 2. ball 1, 2, 3, 45 Monogram Club 3, 45 Latin Club Sec. 25 Adv. Mgr. Bear Cub5 Jr.-Sr. Waitress. ANNIE PALMER JONES Dumbo Crazy-Alto-shorthand Glee Club I, 2, Choir 3, 4, Library Club 4, Student Council 3 HAROLD JoNEs Clark Kent Chickens-truck-drums Band l, 2, 3, Visual Aids Club 4. SARAI-I LOUISE JoNEs Carrie Pidgen Havelock-courteous-petite Semester Honor Roll I, 2, Jr.-Sr. Waitress, Latin Club 2, 3, FHA 4. Jo KINSEY KAFER Calamity Jane Editor-All-around-basketball X, Bruin Staff I, 2, 3, Ed. 4, Class Treas. I, 2, Band I, 2, 3, Pres. 4, Basketball 1, 2, 3, Captain 4, Monogram Club 'l, 2, 3, 4, FTA I, 2, 3, 4, Vice Pres. 2, 3, Superlative. NORMAN BRYANT KELLUM, JR. Dennis the Menace Mr. Pres.-Boys' State-popular Student Council 2, 3, 4, Vice Pres. 3, Pres. 4, Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, Vice Pres. 2, Football 2, 3, 4, Baseball 3, 4, Monogram 3, 4, Bruin Staff 4, Boys' Chorus Pres. 3, Choir 4. SARA FAYE KLINE Grandma Duck Dramatics-worried-brainy Marshal, Jr.-Sr. Waitress, Honor Roll 1, 2, 3, 4, Announcer 4, Bruin Staff 1, 2, 3, 4, Bus. Mgr. 4, Beta 3, 4, Student Council 2, 3, Treas. 3, Dramatics Club l, 2, Pres. 2, Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, Choir 3, 4, Bear Cub 1, 2. PATRICIA ANN LANCASTER Corliss Archer Foster-Athletics-Penny's Semester Honor Roll l, Monogram Club I, 2, 3, 4, Typing Club 4, Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4, Superlative. JANE ELIZABETH LANSCHE Wolf Gal Bethel-Posture-OH! Pain Student Council 2, 4, Treas. 4, Latin Club I, 2, Bruin Staff 4, Dramatics Club 2, 4, Jr. Play. I, :Qu if J' if ??vV?Y gi l 'US 'Nur 4 X I ,pans 419 -wi' rp Q-'Y ii' x Ia... I y 5' A Q ,L-5 - I ,119 if: W' 'l QQ as " 1 ' 'Q 5 ,"-1. ls 11? , ,fix ve . li A 09 -z-57 V XM '- ,pr Gtr' NORMAN BRYANT LEE, JR. Sweet Pea Jan-Boys' State-graymatter Bruin Staff 3, Choir 2, 3, 4, Treas. 4, Glee Club 1, Jr Waiter, Marshal, Student Council 3, Fr. Club 4, Football Mgr 1, Superlative. JANICE ELIZABETH LEE Cat Woman Doug-sweaters-bop Glee Club 'I, 2, Choir 3, 4, Dramatics 2, Library 4, Basketball Mgr. 4, Speech Club. ELIZABETH LIBBUS Minnie Mouse Tibby-sincere-Tony's Bear Cub Staff 4. NANCY JANE LILLY Wendy Parker That prance-artistic-imagination Beta Club 3, 4, Hi-Y 3, 4, Bear Cub 4, Office Asst. 4, Cheer leader 2, Jr.-Sr. Waitress, Script Club 3, Dramatics Club 'l FHA l. JANICE KATHRYN LuTz Diamond Lil Norman-Office-hard worker Bear Cub 3, Office Asst. 4, French Club 4, Vice Pres. 4 HA 2, Quill and Scroll 3. LYNETTE WAFRD MANN Olive Oil Salesman-Plymouth-talkative FTA 3, 4, Treas. 4, Glee Club l, 2, 3, Bruin matics l, 2, Office Asst. 4. PERRY LUKE MCKINNEY Ozzie .lolly-Well-liked-chatterbox Hi-Y 4, Glee Club 2, 3, Latin Club 3. BOBBY LEE MooRE Vick Flint Bus-Latin-conservative Bus Driver 3, Visual Aids Club 4. Staff 4 Fifsf ,-OW, lefr fg ,-ighf: Second row, left to right: ANN CAROL MOORE Penny Rah! Rah! Rah!-practical-personality Class Sec. l, 2, Cheerleader 2, 3, 4, Hi-Y l, 2, 3, 4, Sec., Vice Pres. 2, Glee Club I, Choir 2, 3, 4, Bruin Staff 3, 4, Super- Iative. FRANCIS VIRGINIA MORTON Our Miss Brooks FTA-President-inquisitive Semester Honor Roll 2, Beta Club 3, Jr.-Sr. FTA 2, 3, 4, Glee Club 1, 4, Bear Cub Staff 4, Pres. FTA 4. CHARLES ABERNATHY MITCHELL Captain Easy Sandy-Masonic-scooter V Hi-Y 2, 3, Glee Club I, DE Club 3, 4. CLARE RAWLINGS MITCHELL Hecly Devine Eyes-Frank-neat Girls' Glee Club 1, 2, 3, Rep. to Student Council 2, FHA 4, Latin Club I, Sec. Homeroom 3. 'A '-'I-T? 4-P? ff' '--r BARBARA ANN MUSE Mammy Yolcunn Sailors-specs-smart FHA l, 2, Typing Club 4, BETTY Lou NORRIS Patsy Walker Havelock-Marine-laugh FHA 4. JOANNE NELSON Fritzie Ritz Chicken Foot-Blue Berries-crazy Monogram Club 3, 4, Student Council 4, FHA I, 2, Basket- ball 'l, 2, 3, 4, Bear Cub Staff 4. CAROL BESS PARKER Lois Lane Marriage-Kat-Calm Glee Club l, 2, Girls' Chorus 3, Drarnatics Club l, 2, 3- Library Club 4. 1 ' A -L-, RFQ? Q by f --sf M . '?f1j'D, fi AQ. X .v 1, w., ,f N211- t-S r 'X Q, 'Y W A, f,,x P,-I 'Eu ' AQ ug 'gf Firsf row, leff To righf: JO COLLINS PARSONS My Lirrle Margie Boston-fun Algebra2 Dramatics Club l, 3, Pres. 35 Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, Treas. 3 3, 45 Student Council 3, Cheerleader 2, 4, FHA 2. MERIAN ELIZABETH PHELPS Moonbeam McSween Hair-fall-neat Glee Club lg Girls' Glee Club 2, FHA lg Librar Cu ee Club l 2 OIr F al Boys HIY 4 WILL ROY PHILLIPS Homer Quiet-DE-Sun Journal DE l, 2gBar1li l, 2. DOROTHY CHRISTENE POWELL Belinda Starr Quiet-friendly-sweef Glee Club l, 2, FHA 4. ELIZABETH ALICE RICE Vicky Vale Newport-good disposition-Kleenex Beta Club 3, 4, Hi-Y 4, Semester Honor Roll l, 2, 3, 4, Jr.- Sr. Waitress, Homeroom Officer 1. CAROL RIDGWAY Little Audrey Cute-likable-Runt Maiorette 3, Head 4, Beta Club 3, 4, Dramatics Club, Vice Pres. 4, Latin Club 2, 3, Basketball 4, Bruin Staff 4. 1 ,rem IA? 15 .xx Q-sf KAY RIDGWAY Q j V Grefel ,f fff Swimmer-Twirler-intelligent ,W ww, "N Sr. Class Sec., Pres. Dramatics Club 4, Script Club 3, Maior- . ette 3, 4, Beta Club 3, 4, Bruin Bus. staff 4. .., ,ff A A ... .. J- 'N 'V FRANCIS O. RITTER , ' A Jeff . Quiet'-DE-considerate I if Band l, 2, DE Vice Pres. 4. VIRGINIA RITTER Martha Wayne Smlie-Ralph-Clarks DE 4. SHIRLEY ANN ROBINSON Sis Shorty-Cheerleader-Trio Cheerleader 2, 3, 4, Asst. Head 4, Glee Club l, Choir 2, 3, 4, Pres. 4, Hi-Y 3, 4, Typist for Bruin 4. JAMES E. ROGERS, JR. Roy Rogers ,J Clarinet-Scooter-ASP Band I, 2, 3, 4, DE 4. .JOH N ROSE Steve Canyon Voice-Sp. poetry-Pepsi 9W'E"V'i Nd Q"-""'? , ,- KQL.- , .. . AC v iffy,-A -4 ,., 'ml mn ...N A 5 4"' W", X. WW 'V' '+-sad' 45 4 5 S N.. DOUGLAS SMITH SASSER Tarzan Martha Kay-Co-Captain-Athletics e Pres Jr. Class, Football I, 2, 3, 4, Co-Cap l 3, 4, Pres., Monogram Club l, 2, 3, 4, Glee U 2 Br Staff 4, Latin Club 1, 2, Student Council 'I 2 4 BILL BROOKS SAULTER Johnny Guitar Freckles-Tex-Scrap Iron Junior Class Play 3, Football 1, DE Club 4 ANN MAC SCHOPPAUL Hecate Don-South Carolina-Marriage Semester Honor Roll 1, 2, Beta Club 3, Latin C brary Asst I. HARRY RALPH SIMPSON, JR. Dana Andrews Postrmouth-Friendly-Jeep Other School l, 2, 3, NBHS 4, Hi-Y 4, GEORGE SHRIVER Porky Pig CYF-Chi-Announcer Vice Pres Senior Class, Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, Vice Pres. 4 Dramatics Club i 2 3, 4, President 3, Script Club 3, 4, Announcer 4 Choir 4 Bruin Staff 3, 4, Student Patrol 4. ' GEORGE L. SLAUGHTER, JR. .Jimmy Durante Glory-Girls-Guts Otball 1 2, 3, 4, Monogram 1, 2, 3, 4, Class Pres 1 2 l 2 3, 4, Student Council l, 2. ALLEN SMITH Cisco Kid Sleepy-Chemistry-boots French Club 4. DAVID EARL SMITH Blackie Beard-Dancer-Wise Guy Football 1 3, 4, Basketball 4, Baseball 3, 4, Monogram Club 4 Superlative. First row, left to right: JUDITH MARTIN SMITH Boots Walt-doll-easy-going Basketball l, 2, Monogram Club 2, 3, 4, Sec.-Treas. 4, La Club 2, Vice Pres. 2, Homeroom Treas. 4. MURRAY SMITH Pappy Yokum Monk-sudsy rack Oakridge Military Academy. RICHARD B. STEWART lcabod Crane Comic-Produce-harmonica A Radio-Photography Club 4, Baseball 4. CAROLYN ROSE STONE Ella Cinders Pop Corn-DE-Ford DE 3, 4, Sec. 4, Library Club 4, FHA l, 2. . -,Q ,.,,- Q' gq ,,,v-ng.. fm A X X ,4-an 3 Second row, left to right: BARBARA SUTTON Alice ln Wonderland Easy-going-John-Pretty Hair FHA l, 2, Library 4, Bridgeton. HELEN HOLLISTER SWAN Sable Clothes-Taxi-Girls' State Marshal, Girls' State, DAR Citizenship Award, Beta Club 3, 4, SGC- 4i Hi-Y l, 2, 3, 4, Sec. 3, Pres. 4, Semester Honor Roll l, 2, 3, 4, Jr.-Sr. Waitress, FHA l, 2, Pres. 2, Bear Cub 2. EUGENE ALLEN THORNE, JR. Don Juan Tody-Carolina-irresistible Football l, 2, 3, 4, Basketball 2, Hi-Y l, 2, 3, 4, Bruin Staff l, 2, 3, Soph. Ed., Monogram Club 3, 4. HARRY LEE TORRENCE Johnny Dark Dare Devil-M.C.-Who Cares? Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, Latin Club l, 2, Band l, 2, Bruin Staff 4, Script Club 4, Announcer 4, Bellringer 4. ffl ii' 'iz CIS' N Q . 5 'gli ,- L ,- Us 1' Yak 4 ,I-,'?'x r --vi' ' -. -505' ' 1 ww 49" 'wi' --an wr right: EDWARD TRADER Red Ryder DE-Tardy-Smile Bus Driver 3, 4, DE 4. EDNA RuTi-I TRIPP Tall Timber Tessie Mischief-Eye Brows-Dimples Library Club 4, FHA l. GENE CORNELIOUS VANDIFORD Mutt Linda-Pontiac-Contentecl otball 2 3 4, Basketball l, 2, 3, 4, Baseball l, Y 4 Monogram Club 4. CLAIRE BERRY WARD Nlopsy Mrs.-Studebaker-DE 43' fqlg -qwseegdw f WW left to right: CHARLES WATSON Jungle Jim Bus Driver-DE-Traffic Cop Bus Driver 2, 3, 4, DE 3. LoRA SUE WAYNE Aunt Caroline Likable-Success-Play Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, Treas. 2, Pres. 3, Beta Club 3, 4 Marshal Jr Waitress, FHA l, 2, Vice Pres. 2, Bear Cub Staff 4 Bruin Staff 4, Semester Honor Roll l,-2, 3, 4, Jr Class Play u dent Council 3. BOBBY BRYAN WHALEY Marrying Sam C.P.-Fireball-Mumbles 2, 4, Hi. Baseball 3, 4, Basketball 2, 3, French Club Football Homeroom Officer l, 2, 3, 4, Chaplain 1, 2, 4. JosEPi-iiNE WHALEY Lady Plushbottom Typing-Freckles-Carefree FHA 1 2 4, sec. 4, Library Club 4, swdem Council 2. FHA L 2: Glee Club 2, 3- ALDRIDGE WHITE Archie Benner's-Tenor-Late Glee Club I, 2, Choir 3, 4, Hi-Y 4. JOHN RANDOLPH WHITTY Lirfle Beaver U. S. History-Crew-Cut-Wit Basketball 2, Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, Latin Club 'l, 2, Treas, Staff 4, Bruin Staff 4, Band I, 2, 3, Superlative. HELEN LucILLE WILLIAMS Jane Arden , Johnny-Band-Likable California 1, 2, Beta Club 3, 4, French Club 4, Band A, Baronette 2, Glee Club 1, 2. PHILIP LYLE WILLIAMSON Reggie Jasper-Cherry-Romeo Hi-Y l, 2, 3, 4, Sec. 2, 3, Jr. Class Play, Latin Club l, 2. "" E 'W' -.. I- -. A - W- f- - -- --I- L Q 1 4' I In 'J ., mf- b - N 10, . H' ,I ' .5 L wr. f- i . ' H I 'Q-7 2, Bear Cub lvl 46' Q-I' C177 Y ' I 5 - 'r ff' HA, ,st F 1 U , H 4 ,ax Bruin smff 4, 2 'AA'-'L 'lk R X 7 "" ,r I' J' IN THE "GOOD OLD DAYS." QQ 9 If". 'Ne 1. fxsiiglm , .1 .X at ' ,Q idk' fa. . I J, ri H3 . v- 1 'Xa' iz. .I l Tn Vnfnv- flu Qiflf S. LEENQIL RFVW Jq : y 'T'-I 4",,Kf , I' LI 4I X I T, ll tx PIE EATING CONTEST Skytlame, N. C.-Dec. I6 CARD A pie eating contest sponsored by Virginia Blantord's Bakery was held last week. Johnny Hrin, Al- bert Higgins, and Bobby Whaley took high honors by eating forty- seven pies each. Artists Meet Kansas City-Dec. I8 CAPD Betty Rice, Will Roy Philips, Nancy Boggess and Carol Parker were present at the Annual Commercial Artist Convention, held in the city this week. Contest Santa Anna-Dec. ll CAPD Kay and Carol Ridgeway, Peggy Hudson, Bobbie Barnes, and Lil- lian Harris entered the World Ba- ton Twirling Contest in Santa An- na, Cal. Aldridge White took the pictures. Society News Mr. Bryon Chance, sergeant in the U. S. Marine Corps, spent the weekend with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. F. Chance. bk its PK H4 The Chitterlings Club held its weekly meeting at the home of Bobby Ernull, with Cathrine Bal- lew, Marice De Bruhl and Boots Mann attending. Sf ik :Is Pls Doris Bland and Frances Mor- ton are attending the N. C. State Teachers Convention in Raleigh, N. C. WEDDING New Bern, N. C.-June 28 CAPD Miss Jan Lutz announces her marriage to Norman Lee. Miss Janice Glancy claims Mr. Tommy Fauber and Miss Betty Ann Gar- ris hooks Mr. Harvey Phillips. REPUBLICANS HOLD RALLY Los Angeles-Oct. I7 CAPD National Committee Chairman John Whitty was guest speaker at the Republican Rally. Also recog- nized were Joe Clement, candi- date for Governor, and Bob Clem- ent, candidate for U. S. Senator. New Cough Drop Boston, Mass-Oct. 9 CAPD A new super d u pe r chlorophyl cough drop has been put on the market by the Smith brothers: Allen, David Earl and Murry. Truck Turns Over Trent Park, N. C.-July I6 CAPD Tody Thorne's potato chip truck turned over yesterday at the cor- ner of Grace and Bond Sts. The truck was demolished, and the driver is all right. Witnesses were Sue Wayne, J. D. Henry, Carolyn Stone, Fred Gabbert and Amos Conner. immisfefis new 'fill' TUMPS -Ylstm-:Ts THURSDAY 5 OUTAT ygu, I pngfvcnuuln Y, lfggi, , 0' " Tl iH'D, T..- I Tort Foot" 'I l' ell. DID-AI CUMES hafbv -,,.1A,f, A RALEH Mnnszjljqhm Qing, AIT nf- msoll ifM"ff'7CY9i'Tf. . "me: ri CI-'ARE SH THIS MEAT 'T T1-INSTST ttf !ffTC?I-L mm, 10 mms l'er'tTf'2 IT PLAYED IN UBI HAKING, 'll HOPI331' nrjlf-,gg SD-A-,-,i Y NELL ON OUR l To RTV, Boi' A ----- 'IDI CURVE B VST- M35 F A H. 13-Wm, WITH soon mmous suns As: mmm' IN 3'D L. , ..s.- 5- -tfiifisiiii MARY flusfffv , Ji'AlVlF5t': gona:-M AMT, S , Wobmtt PTCRF e 1 'TODIY-jf, M3T'lZ C E L 9 TOYOUS H no ENCHH NTING- PRODucE.o By TIMMY Dmetrso GY b ll G ,, 1 1-. N- I3-N'S MUSLCAL lilifniiscllll HHNC' oc'K WllLlRl'lSON NEWSAnoSHORT Fl VISIT WITH 5ocm1.l'rE wma +-P+ Pl1oTo3RApA 1-.Io by TfD.HENRY + + +-- CHRTOQIV-wfvfi N"tThLiE' U.S. MODELS GO TO PARIS New York-Oct. 29 CAPD Bet- ty Sue Powroznik, Beth Lansche and Jo Arthur left by plane for Paris, to illustrate the latest fash- ions by Mesdames Harmon CMer- cedesj and Lilly CNancyj. For Sale One slightly used electric gui- tar with three strings. See Billy Saulter. its If lk X One pair of well used tennis shoes and basketball uniform. See Pat Lancaster. 42 Pk Pk Pk Two English IV books, one grammar and one literature. CMacbeth is missing from the lit- erature bookj. See Bobby Puri- foy. :if 14 if if One typewriter with fifteen keys. See Marie Davis. The rest of the keys are in Miss Asbell's drawer. . Q f 4-Cfzl NORNHNKELLUM Auction Bridgeton, N. C.-Nov. l CAPD The following people attended the White Elephant Auction last night: Charles Watson, Olean Daugh- tery, Edna Mae Edwards, and Bar- bara Muse. All articles were sold to Charles Watson, who plans to use them for Christmas presents. Missionary Return Chicago-March l CAPD Mr. Jimmy Hughes, Miss Evelyn Dix- on, Miss Dorothy Powell and Miss Ann Adams returned yesterday from Africa where they have been doing missionary work. FAMOUS POET RECOGNIZED Kinston, N. C.-July 16 CAPD The John Rose publishing com- pany has published a new book of poetry by Bunny Boyd, Amer- ican Poet Laureate. age "J Q: tHE5rRi2i 7 F , 9, f C 1' W 1 i X X i . :E .. -nr STnR'i iv G- 1: U NDR GIBBLE --w 'ri-l--- TEHN l-lnwkms ONRINE 5l'f3rHPRics BOBBY anne ULU-I HND ZYBHNKS A NIE TIME IN E TEE If Flgbztl-EYI' - ' -' S1'nn'ivs--- - CHROLYN OHTON ChHRLES NIOTCHEU CUETON IQHHQN g u - N as IVTUSAQM-u:Z.yQ1c E 1 I IRENI: Qbcifaus P.T.A. Meets Wood River-Feb. 6 CAPJ On Oct. 30 the Wood River P.T.A. met and selected officers for the new year. They are as follows: President, Mrs. Glenda Pipkin Fulcher: Vice President, Mrs. Ann McClimon Schoppayl: Secretary, Mrs. Judy Ma rti n Smith, and Treasurer, Mrs. Clair Berry Ward. The education committee is Mrs. Virginia Moreadith Ritter, Mrs Eva Paul Jefferson, and Mrs. Joyce Bell Pridgen and Mrs. Do- ris Register Banks. Elected Judge Boston, Mass.-Nov. 2 CAPD Bobby Moore, well-known man of our town, was asked to be a iudge in the coming Miss America Contest. Be good Bob. All this material was compiled by: Ann Moore, Ann Robinson, Jo Kafer, Nell Hobby, Jean Haw- kins, John Whitty, George Shriver. Typed by: Peggy Buckley. GEORGE Shmvfk CIT WBLK OTH PICHING Continued... Movie Mirror Doctors Reports Broadway Show NEWS FROM THE MOVIE CAPITAL Hollywood-March 3. CapD A new type ot movie was put on the market by the great scien- tist, James Rodgers.'This is sure to be the biggest change in movies since Cinemascope and 3-D. Betty Lou Norris, Joy Batchler, and Elizabeth Hardison all play leading roles in the movie called "Gone With the Breeze." 'k R ir 'Ir Barbara Bell has signed a con- tract with Warner Brothers to star in their new picture "Down Dixie Way." Co-Starring is Fran- cis Ritter. Others in the cast are Merriam Phelps, Hurbert Pully, Josephine Whaley, and Richard Stewart. T. -. T. ,T Jo Parsons, our small town girl, has iust signed a contract with M.G.M. to do several scenes in their new picture "Water Can't Quench The Fire Of Love." New Director New York-Nov. 27 Capj Miss Peggy Black, Fred Waring's as- sistant, directed the Choir on its recent tour of the U. S. Mr. Edward Trader was the driver of the bus that carried the happy songsters across the U. S. Q. bg? l gtg "W- lP 4l Il ' .- - 77'me fvlar-cries On! Richmond, Va.-Feb. 9 Capj The noted Dr. Luke McKinny ot New Bern, N. C., arrived in the city to report the results of his trip to China in the interest ot Chinese Public Health. Those who assisted him in this proiect were Delores Phones, Shirley Harker and Helen Wil- liams. Graduates Richmond-Oct. 24 Capj Miss Peggy Buckley, Miss Joanne Hutt, Miss Joanne Nelson, Miss Vir- ginia Bledsoe and Miss Elizabeth Libbus all are recent graduates of Watts Hospital Nursing School, Durham, N. C. Peg's TV Column By Peg Larry Blythe, famous band leader, enters into his fourth year on the C.B.S.-TV network tonight. it it + .t The Maia Singers, Martha Jane Hammond, Ann Moore and Ann Robinson will sing their current popular record, "On A Rocket With You" over the "Ann Grady Whit Hour" over WGAJ-TV to- night at 8:00. i 'R i 'R William Benninghoft, admiral of the U. S. Navy will appear on the TV Forum of the air at 9:00 tonight on WPJP, channel 13. t 1- i W Woodward Hill will star on the "Fun With Bones" show with Ralph Jacobs as guest tonight at 9:30 over WVBM-TV. Compiled by Peggy Buckley a Success' New York-April 25 Capj Ar- thur Anderson, successful pup- eteer, Gail Colvard, world re- nowned opera singer, Adelaid Hart, brilliant concert pianist, all brought great rounds of applause for presentation ot a great broad- way variety show. The show was under the direction ot Miss Sara Kline who has written many suc- cessful plays. Farm Facts Harold Jones' chickens are up two cents a pound. i' 'k 'I 'I Pat Heath's peaches have been reduced three cents because of worms. 'N 1' 'k i Melba Davis offers two bulls for sale---CHEAP! 'N 'k 'A' 1' Ducklings are now on sale for seventy-five cents each at Bar- bara Sutton's farm. W 'k i' 1 Coaches Honored Ghent, N. C.-Feb. T4 Capj Coaches George Slaughter and Douglas Sasser were given spe- cial recognition at the Annual Coaches' Banquet. Also present were Gene Vandiford, Eugene Huggins, and Raymond Bayer. Editor Appointed New York-Sept. 7 Capj Fred- die Carmichael recently accepted the position of editor of "Sports lllustrated." Collected by: Ann Moore, George Shriver, John Whitty, Jean Hawkins, Harry Torrence and Ann Robinson. Last Will and Testament We, the first graduating class of the new New Bern High School, do declare this to be our last will and testament. ARTICE I To the board of Trustees, we leave the other classes, hoping they profit as much as we have under such excellent supervision. ARTICLE II To Mr. Mac., we extend our thanks for helping to make our golden Dream come true. ARTICLE III To Mr. Brinkley, we express our appreciation for the guidance he has given us the past four years. ARTICLE IV To the Faculty, we leave our tattered books, worn out campus pass- es, and "lousy" excuses. ARTICLE V To the Maintenance Staff, we leave vim, vigor, and vitality which they will need. ARTICLE VI To the rising senior class, we leave our place in the lunch line for which we fought so hard. ARTICLE VII To the junior class, we leave Mr. Jimmy Smith and his ideas for a better Junior-Senior-if possible. ARTICLE VIII To the sophomore class, we leave all the insects that we collected in Biology class. ARTICLE IX To the freshman class, we leave our book "How to Master School" in ten easy lessons. ARTICLE X Ann Adams leaves her intelligence to Bill Biddles. Arthur Anderson leaves his talent to Sammy Baber. Jo Arthur leaves her superior ways to Earl Riddick. Mary Austin leaves her loquaciousness to Pamela Rowe. Katherine Ballew leaves her quiet ways to Mary Elizabeth Gardner. Doris Banks leaves shorthand. Julia Banks leaves her rosy cheeks to Bennie Harker. Barbara Barns leaves "slither" to Frances Smith. Joy Batchler leaves her place at the popcorn machine in McLellans. I Raymond Bayer leaves his term paper to Mrs. Roebuck. Bill Benninghoff leaves his determination to Charlotte Kennel. Doris Bland leaves her position as head cheerleader to next year's chosen one. F Virginia Blanford leaves her much-worked-for place in Hi-Y. Peggy Black bequeaths her versatility to A. D. Sawyer. Virginia Bledsoe leaves to take Toby Cher dogj home. Larry Blythe leaves his drums to Bobby Pate, with a little aspirin to the listeners. Nancy Boggess leaves to inquire at the lost and found department about all her lost I. D. bracelets. Bunny Boyd bequeaths her poetic talent to Patricia Boyd. Ann Bratcher leaves sociology glady. Natalie Bryson leaves her parties to Diane Bowman. Peggy Buckley presents her height to Frances Hussey. Freddie Carmichael leaves his curls to John Riley Ross. Carolyn Cayton speeds to Pamlico County. Byron Chance leaves his waistline to Gordon Clark. Bob and Joe Clement will their wisecracks upon Paul Daniels. Irene Collins leaves her piano to Pat Johnson. Gail Colvard bestows her voice upon Patsy Hansen. Amos Conner leaves his freckles to Donna Rideoutt. Olean Daughtry forsakes the dusty library books. Marie Davis and Jimmy Hancock leave hand-in-hand for Bridgeton. Marice DeBruhl wills her braces to Ann Rice. Clifton Dickinson bestows his beautiful brown eyes to Tim Johnson. Evelyn Dixon leaves Riverside M. Y. F. to brother Walter. Edna Edwards leaves "quietly" in her Buick. Bobby Ernull, the mad scientist, leaves daydreaming. Delores Fones leaves to get "hitched," Glenda Fulcher leaves a changed person. Victor Fulcher leaves Geography after driving five teachers crazy. Bobby Game leaves his baseball ability to Booty Swindell. Betty Ann Garris bestows her piano lessons upon Carolyn Arnold. Linda Gibble leaves her giggle to Nancy Ferrell. Janice Glancy leaves summer school to anyone who can stand the strain. Ann Grady leaves her wit to Willistine Manning. Margaret Gutherie leaves her peroxide to Celia Hahn. Martha Jane Hammond leaves her pony-tail in Margie's Beauty Shop- "Ha! Hal" Elizabeth Hardison leaves her seat on the bus to the first person who can get there. Shirley Harker leaves her sweeT disposifion To anyone who can Take care of iT. Mercedes Harman leaves The Prorn decoraTing commiTTee To some "lucky" Junior. Lillian Harris leaves "sTruTTin'." Adelaide HarT leaves her Tired fingers and The choir To Connie Hobby. Jean Hawkins leaves her Temper To Chris Bremer. PaT HeaTh leaves her high soprano voice To Susanne Perry. Billy Hendren leaves his neafness To David Windley. J. D. Henry leaves wiTh his camera for bigger and beTTer Things. AlberT Higgins is leaving ChemisTry, finally. Woodard Hill leaves his abiliTy To play The bass To Teddy Burwell. Nell Hobby leaves her ice cubes To Rosalie Lucas. Fred Honrine leaves on anoTher vacaTion wiTh Adelaide. Johnny Hrin leaves his bakery wiTh a handful of Those TasTy brownies. Peggy Hudson leaves her smile To Jo Carol MacDaniel. Jo Ann Huff leaves her long limbs To Billy Willis. Marvin Huggins leaves The fooTball field on a sTreTcher. Jimmy Hughes leaves his inspiring devofions To Sylvia Willis. Ralph Jacobs leaves his cynical smile To Jean Earl WorThingTon. Eva Paul Jefferson forsakes her iob aT Kress To ioin her hubby. Annie Jones leaves her eyes To James Allen LancasTer. Harold Jones leaves his chickens To Mrs. Tucker and her cafeferia sTaff. Sarah Jones leaves her willingness To help people To nexT year's ac- commodaTing seniors. Jo Kinsey Kafer leaves her Tired eyes and laTe hours To Bud Bledsoe. Norman Kellum besTows his number 13 To George Hicks. Sara Kline leaves her voice lessons aT Miss LaTTa's To Mary Cafherine. PaTl.ar1caSTer besTows her knee guards To Sylvia STyron. BeTh Lansche leaves her "lighT" To The gang. Libby Libbus leaves her Journalism To anyone who can sTand iT. Janice Lee leaves hoping To have Doug wiTh her nexT year. Nancy Lilly besTows her swing To anyone who can keep up wiTh iT. Jan LuTz and Norman Lee leave To geT married-Good luck kids! BooTs Mann leaves and wonders how. Charles Mifchell leaves The Masonic concession sTand To Phillip Thafch. Clare MiTchell besTows her naTu ral beauTy upon Mary Frances Ramsey. Ann Moore leaves her place in The Queens' CourTs To whoever can fill Them as adequafely as she did. Bobby Moore besTows his quieT way upon Kennefh Morris. Frances MorTon leaves The F.T.A. To anyone who can fill her shoes. Luke McKinney deparTs, laughing. Barbara Muse leaves in her Ford. Joanne Nelson leaves for The blueberry paTch. BeTTy Lou Norris leaves afTer Twelve years of hard work. Carol Parker leaves wiTh a sigh of relief. Jo Parsons wills her place on The VarsiTy squad To nexT year's lucky one. Larry Peele leaves his bus To N.B.G.S. Merian Phelps finally leaves The Girls' Glee Club. Will Roy Phillips leaves wiThouT a word-characTerisTically. DoroThy Powell wills her long hair To BeTTy WhealTon. Betty Sue Powroznlk leaves behlnd the happy week ends she spent In New Bern Bully Price leaves has soft halr to Jackle Smlthwyck Hubert Pulley bestows his levls and moccaslns to Jlmmy Gasknns Joyce Bell Prldgen leaves to loan Charlle Robert Purlfoy leaves un his truck Betty Rlce leaves wlth her falthful box of Kleenex Carol Rrdgway leaves the basketball squad reluctantly Kay Rldgway leaves her good grades to Norman Banks Francls Rutter leaves has height to Bobby McLawhorn Ann Robinson leaves her personality to Donna Zacks James Rogers leaves his scooter to Mllton Wood John Rose leaves his Spanush poetry to Hugh Malls Doug Sasser sadly leaves Martha Kay Bully Saulter leaves his gultar to Elalne Morrls Ann Schoppaul leaves to keep house for Don George Shrnver leaves with a sad heart for Chicago Ralph Slmpson leaves changrng J D s flashbulbs Allan Smlth leaves the results of hrs homeroom dlscusslons Davld Earl Smlth leaves his beard to Happy Crowe Judy Smith leaves the concession stand to the Monogram Club Murray Smith leaves quote Thank goodness unquote Rrchard Steward leaves to loan the Grand Ole Opera Carolyn Stone leaves to look for her glasses Barbara Sutton leaves her accumulated Ice cream spoons Helen Swan leaves her turned up socks to Barney Tody Thorne leaves for college Hallelulah' Harry Torrence leaves his lokes C91 Edward Trader leaves fHe hopesj Edna Trnpp leaves her chewing gum on one of the new desks Gene Vandlford hauls Lrnda away In his truck Clalre Berry Ward leaves blowing bubbles Sue Wayne leaves her lndustruousness to 56 s Journalism c ass Bobby Whaley leaves to follow hls call to the Mlnlstry Josephine Whaley leaves her absentee excuses Aldrudge Whlte departs for Benner s Studio John Whltty leaves to carry on has his profession of mailman Helen Wullnams leaves her unnoceht smlle ln Soclology Phnlllp Wnlllamson leaves Town and Country Typed by COmplleCl by ANN MOORE . 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Third row: Virginia Barfield, Billy Lou Barnes, Claudine Beava, Betsy Belangia, Hazel Belangia, Carl Bell, James Benton. Fourth row: Peggy Benton, Terry Bennett, Judith Bennett, Diane Berry, Billy Biddle, Bobby Blake, Gladys Blandford. Fifth row: Charles Blythe, Bobby Bowers, Edythe Bodenheimer, Jon Burwell, Bobby Burroughes, Olivia Burnham, Walter Bunch. Q , -36 'xv-' .. -ft fra " i 1 ,N - . sf'-'s ,- fk H 'Q Q A 0 l 'xl ,hx u 4 - -' -fr ,,.,. , I ,-rs vnu- .3 01" wig 1 . fg. ,, X , QQ.. A 'fin 2 U 'K 2 Qty -.., ,f en., M, 4 .V if ,gr X 5 , V ,M 04" W., mv ..,. S. E if .... We . ff, Q ff 'QE QWM5 4624: eg. : 'UQ U'-. ,,: :- ll'-H '5"'Wif, A ,fig V Y , ' as """'hf Q ,A W 5.4, ......,,,., , new-as N X4 ' -" Q ""1-mmf - gf x ii K nffhiuuqu-f"Q f 'D v 4 ? ' 5,7 1 Z f fem X ,, . if ' 4 3 fs' ff" , 1 ' y 1 V ::. . , I V, Mmm ,A , . , af pw ""f"e'fs-,,, M - I ' arg. J 5. ' , as if . , I , V- , X ,, Z J -ff W ' 'af ' 1' WMV sf'- f 'F' ix, ' fy 73 A V 4,-W ,, 7 V, , I :V Q C .,,. 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Q 5 'X MIN um, 7 Cyrqvfy Jaw, , ff W , 'js """"" if as 'f ww 'Y M-W f , .. ,, sa , fy 4 'Mg First row, left to right: Marie Gillen, Martha Gillikin, Sonia Godwin, Joe Grey, Mason Gray, Marie Grimes, Arlene Hall. Second row: Geraldine Handcock, Phylis Hansen, Sarah Hansen, Charles Hargett, Johnny Harper, Delores Harrison, Charles Hart. Third row: Dalphine Hart, Patsy Hartly, Johnny Hawkins, Lynnda Haynes, Janice Heath, Kay Heath, O'Calla Henderson. Fourth row: Charlene Hewitt, Jimmy Hicks, Thomas Hill, Ann Hodge, Sylvia Hoogendam, Thomas Hughes, Phyllis Hughes. Fifth row: Jean Hudson, Frankie Horn, Oscar Ipock, Haywood Ipock, Ernest Ipock, Alice Ipock, Herman Ireland. rx , ,1 ki ri.. as 'N N mn. af' L 1 'J - , -M 1 - xi -. . . E 9 I .4 , ra .K i I'-0 I 'F A 4 'Q 'Q 'Ja x 'N K ' g A' '35, Q. ' 6.1.1, ,, I, x D, ,af I "D, Z V A -if ,A J J f 'F -"'l?2+f.c 1" ., , A , , . A , , K ' ,',' 'iz' X t X L -.sn I - , 'W as xv A A Nl ' 4-u 'l -' 'l 'H L, ,sw - . fb 19, . r v"l- as ' ' f' Y i" i 461 QQ . Us W X ,ff qv. Q 4, L.. i ...Q A s ' r f y if N R : Vg u 'Q Ivrv it wb, ,FFA i- L M, L -H, 'f . A f--1 -Q. 4: .. 5 , "Y ' 1'Q, I ,vp 3 . W 'ix 3 ' i ,, UB , ,ya N 'ix' 0 ul' 'ff x -. r ,rt 'll First row, left to right: James Ireland, Peggy Jackson, Thelma Jackson, Billy Jarrell, Peg- gy Jenkins, Alice Johnson, Eddie Johnson. Second row: David Jones, Douglas Jones, Jean Jones, John Jones, Rusty Jones, Charlotte Kennel, Emma Lou King. Third row: Linda Kor- negay, Frank Lamb, Billy Lansche, Ann Lane, Don Lane, Virginia Lowder, Judith Law- rence. Fourth row: Richard Lee, Elaine Le Panto, Jack Lewis, Doris Littleton, Betty Jean Lockey, Michiel Long, Curtis Lupton. Fifth row: Gene Lupton, Yvonne Lupton, Jean Man- ning, Jimmy Manning, Johnny Manning, Janice Messer, Michall Miller. turf! " if "bu s 1 ..p k'Q' '--. f f .-sq ,, ., 'N-. S ff A' iw? ng- 59 fa 5 -'vb Sr fake we , si fn' ' . ,v . ,...,.... fl 'Ms X X "" 1 'G' iff' 'Q 4 'W' J , f sf E4ff ' if . Ai 4 Y ,. 5 fin , 3 3 as A A l 1 2 WWW NIP' ' 95. ? vt ' -A Y .Ns Ai ww' A rms' , S at -.., 15 ,M My ' N WN my 5,1 5, gf 1 . Q A I W 'll ' 4" ' i as-. ' ' r Mfeqms , , ' 'Sag if .fi 7 , I. Wx Q, .N l,,. ll ' if , A. ,, Um , " ivx aww 4 ,""'-had J 4, 3 If Nh. My First row, left to right: Gene Mills, Morilgn Mills, Robert Mills, Bobby Mohn, Edith Moore, Anne Morris, Linda Morton. Second row: Clifton Mundine, Billy Murphy, Jo Carole Mc- Daniel, Mollie McCotter, Bobby Nelson, Philip Nelson, Harvey Norris. Third row: Mary Norris, James O'Conner, Nancy O'Neal, Loretta Owens, Amelia Padrick, Jo Ann Parsons, Georgia Parrott. Fourth row: John Partin, Betty Jean Pate, Carolyn Pate, Rachel Paul, Francis Petteway, Mike Petteway, Joan Phelps. Fifth row: Charles Philips, Ralph Polk, Mark Potter, Max Powell, Peggy Powell, Robert Powroznik, Wilma Price. at 1 dwxaas. fl- - in wa., f . r- rm "" 'Stax Q 'Ogg . fa , ' Q-yt ' ?-1 I yi I '-A 1 Iva I it l ES1.. f , Q-r by as IQ lx 1,,.,, 1 15 ,5- i ' '75, ', 3' ' . 9 . , sal V 'na L ' -f F112 f'-s IQM ' -.-... fr 'Nu .Q-C 'wg vs. , X fed V 1-0-Q, for--C. it ,Q I 5 x , ,i t - . ,W sf 'fx ' aw -'V' W rv-t' 'ii gg V Y ' f h 9 - 5183 'Ds f. ? .N ev. X Q 'cb R,- ' 4 , - ., vc iw ' 4 ' 2 ,gf F , '-'ac' .W J , fy' x A t 5-Fr, Q I . iv f 4,1 . 1 i-ir SN' - 'A . " ' ' A if . dx , I it - 1 Trix. to as 'l ...fig-,j af-.rms 5 1 Zn.. N DCA hail ..' I "' X X -- ' j F254 "n gi'-1. f-PR a"tZiI ir'-"': 2'- i - . A is Z , H .A ' .. ' ' H Q - ,,,, . . . ' ' , it X x f 1 x ' Q '--- Q T' N I -. . ,J gm A0 W ...,,,.s t X i 1 43' First row, left to right: Nancy Provost, John Pugh, Dickie Quick, Jack Quidley, Mary Frances Ramsey, Barbara Raup, Patsy Rawls. Second row: Lynda Rigsbee, Ann Rice, Shirley Ricks, Thomas Riley, Larry Roberson, Jimmy Ross, John Rowe. Third row: Katie Rouse, Roger Rutter, Frances Samia, Pearl Sandlin, Walter Sandlin, Carole Savage, Bobby Sawyer. Fourth row: Charles Sawyer, Donald Sawyer, Thomas Scott, Anita Slater, An- nette Smith, Aubrey Smith, Carson Smith. Fifth row: Ileen Smith, William Smith, Jackson Smithwick, Margaret Sprunch, Tim Sparks, Travis Stephens, Jean Stokes. It 149: I 2. 4-of as xr-ea. -ar V 'VMI I x Q .,., , ,- es. 3 we fv- ' .nr N' - an , it I A N 'f Q51 1 ,.-. 5' I! 1 'ls 15 'lx nl -hx J l A 'J NQ13' 3 I ijt, .-Af. -V J 'I' I . 'I L 0 f fi, ,, J rv' 'du-x K, .. 'UE , rw .,,..,'f . 4 . , 1 .J r f .1 X 7: v, 1 '?' I SV lst, ,K QA Q s 'Q ""1 ffl?- 1 . 1 , . TTT' ll ' M - 51 V 2 A 5 , V, ft , ' , V. ,.L,. . . V , -. .. . ., ,.,,,,, , , . , ,M t ,--H-u.,, 'N ' , . A . 1'-V . ' ti., "S 'vw rf X .. . A y X pl' '74 16.5 'M S, 44 .gag . 'X W T 'T 5 , 1. 1. X K l - . - 1- wa' 'zu N f ' fl .ft ' , ,, X ,., wiv L "0 , 2 A . . fpnei, J , ,M ' ' W' . , "3 - w ,Q ,N - " 1. -Xara me T 1 'T-Wim, was N I . - ' X Q K f , ' ' , 1 ' ., ., V 4 lr ? , , ,K H 1 , f ., W'-1 We ' f " 1 -Q., . f -... sf.. - f I 7 f .. ' N' ' ,, fi' , 1 .-rmff il 2 ' , 5 M V, 'F ,,,. .t A my h ir '- 1 'Eu ? g if qi! 2 V .. W 'l ,, iE597,:u:' i - F-""'f'S'i' 93519 32" ,. ! Wea 'fs -'IT - V -4 " V .5 Q -ez' V . ' QA-' .V ff " Vx' .ff ..-. ..-.. f-A ef M. t N - 1' :af , A fi UK ly is 'fi get T' gg ' x.. J I ' "' cv. ' " N "- A If M XX fr? I m """"' sl' E.. ' -I z 124. 1 .-..,,. First row, left to right: Jean Sutton, William Swindell, Pat Swinson, Gladys Sykes, Dor- thy Taylor, Linda Taylor, Sarah Taylor. Second row: Calvin Thomas, Carl Thomas, George Thomas, Norman Tingle, Roger Toler, Ester Tripp, Tommy Trout. Third row: Joanna Tub- man, Pat Turner, Mike Turpin, Leonard Tyler, Margaret Tyndall, Mildred Vandiford, Norma Vandiford. Fourth row: Marcelle Vogel, Sandra Wade, Dorthy Ward, Virginia Ward, Mike Warner, Jean Ann Waters, Homer Wellon. Fifth row: Jimmy Westly, Robert Wheeler, Mary White, Sheila White, Millie Whittington, James Wiley, Alva Ann Williams. I 4' . he V fx? .rf A " LM .A ,s X, , -:AQ 6- E' - I. ln. 1, , Y., Q YJ " A ,M-J -4.4 ft- 1""'j First row, left to right: Velma Williams, Billy Willis, Duncan Winfield, Ray Woodard, Henry Wooten, Jean Earl Worthington, Lillian Wray. Second row: Marshall Zacavick, Rose Marie Zaytoun, Toni Zaytoun. Not pictured: John Baxter. urs. 1 , , -if qi s 2' X I iv fn. 5 1756? 'pg nf'-' 4 'iii ,V 'HL XX 45:-. 1 K 'Xi 'Wfw f W 1, mn 5 ,,44"' if P21 L Ii ea isom- Thfb J - JO KAFER Editor-in-Chief The Bruin MISS MARGARET DUNN and MRS. ILA MAE ROEBUCK Advisors e SARA KLINE Business Manager SUBSCRIPTION STAFF E EDITORS BUD BLEDSOE Assistant Editor ANN GRADY Subscription Manager MERCEDES HARMAN Art Editor NELL HOBBY Senior Editor i- 'T I 1-51 CTN TYPISTS PEGGY BUCKLEY ANN MOORE ANN ROBINSON JEAN HAWKINS 1: I It 'WKXX BUSINESS STAFF m'Im1imxlw EDITOBIAL STAFF Freddie Carmichael, Sports Writer, Martha Jane Hammond, Feature Ed- itor, Donna Zacks, Sophomore Ed- itor, Frances Hussey, Art Staff. Char- lotte Kennel, Freshman Editor, Eliza- beth Barnhardt, Junior Editor, Doug Sasser, Sports Editor. 5'--az..-f ,,,,L FEATURE STAFF John Whitty, George Shriver, Joe Clement, Bob Clement, Harry Tor- rence, Norman Kellum, Bill Benning- hoff, Ann Moore. NELL HOBBY Editor-in-Chief The Bear A .gk Cub LINDA GIBBLE Business Manager MRS. HYACINTH LANCASTER 'Q f Advisor MVQ1 " , 554 I . we if? X 15 Q - 1 K' 'ai' Subscription Staff Journalism Class C37 f fC' X fV6'77 0 ro 47 Suv I President, NORMAN KELLUM. Vice President, CHRIS BREMER. Studentf- First row: Evelyn Lewis, Ann Morris, Diane Bowan, Terr Munford. Second row: Charlene Denham, Mary Cathrin Shields, Norman Kellum. Third row: Joe Caruso. Fourt row: Doug Sasser, Jean Worthington, Bobby Cotton, Pet Baches, Donald Andrews. 3 E l e i l h l I i Q l I l l 4 T ouncil "S-Q 'First row: Rosa Lee Fox, Peggy Hudson, Beth Lanche. Sec- lond row: Jeanette Smith, Joanne Nelson. Third row: Martha 'Bleclsoe, Lane Aberly, Johnny Mattocks, Eddie Stallings. Fourth row: Bob Clement, Chris Bremer, Billy Atkinson, Jerry Autry, Richard Verrone. 4 as I BETH LANSCHE Treasurer .., 'r TERRY MUNFORD Secretary Senior Girls' Tri - Hi - Y If L W , 4 -I ,- ' :QU W OFFICERS EVELYN DIXON, Secretary, JO ANN HUFF, Vice President, GAIL COL- 69 VARD, President, VIRGINIA BLED- SOE, Treasurer. W Q, I ,f vx tavl ,..., . 4 , - The purpose of The Hi-Y is To creaTe, mainTain, and exTend Through- ouT The home, school, and commur1iTy, highesT sTandarcIs of ChrisTian characTer. .set 4 Q7 K I 9 Junior Girls Tri-Hi-Y i Q I OFFICERS NANCY FERRELL, Secrefaryg CAROLYN ARNOLD, Vice Presidenrg PATRICIA BOYD, Treasurerg SYLVIA WILLIS, President, nof pictured. Our M0110 is-Create, maintain, and exTencI 'rhroughouT home, school, and communiTy higher sfandards of Chrisfian character. ,w OFFICERS BILLY HENDREN, Secreraryg BOB CLEMENT, Treasurerg NORMAN KELLUM, Presidenff GEORGE SHRIVER, Vice President. Senior Boys' Hi - Y The purpose of The Hi-Y is To creaTe, mairfrain, and exfend Through- out The home, school, and community, The highest sfandards of Chris- Tian character. Junior Boys, Hi - Y E ws Jlfxi ,ie J"":'l s OFFICERS Secrefary, KENNETH MORRIS, President, B L A C K I E STITH, Treasurer, GORDEN CLARK, Vice President, EARL RIDDICK. The purpose of The Junior Boys' Hi-Y is To creafe, maintain, and exfend Throughouf The home, school, and communi'ry, high stand- ards of Chrisfian characier. 'N Beta, Club OFFICERS JIMMY HUGHES, Presidenfg HELEN SWAN, Secrefaryg GAIL COLVARD, Treasurer, ANN ADAMS, Vice Presiclenf The purposes of The BeTa Club are: To promoTe The ideals of hon- esT service and leadership among The high school sTudenTs of Amer- ica, To reward meriTorious achievemenT, and To encourage and assisT sTudenTs To conTinue Their educaTion aTTer high school. Sodalitas Latina 'Nui 'sl OFFICERS BETTY SMITHWICK, Secretary, CHARLENE DENHAM, President, MIRIAM DUNCAN, Treasurer, CAROLYN NELSON, Vice President. "S The purpose of The LaTin Club is To provide an organizaTion To cre aTe and promoTe inTeresT and undersfanding of The hisTory, cusToms and ideals of The ancienT Romans. LL,- H 4-.surf On Le Cercle Francais OFFICERS JAN LUTZ, Vice Presidenfg PEGGY HUDSON, Treasurerg KAREN QUINLIVAN, Secrefaryg FRED HONRINE, President. 'Gn- ,lt-0 Future Teachers of America OFFICERS MELBA JEAN DAVIS, Vice Presidenfg LYNETTE MANN, Treas- urerg KOLETA SKAW, Secreraryg FRANCES MORTON, President. - --V -- --'-,r---f- A-- 1 4:-xv 17:1 T 4 E' Mx f., ...Q 4 4 -n-,,,,-H .NA- Bill W7 i n 3 9 i 5 A I Senior Future Homemakers of America ' 5 OFFICERS CLAIRE BERRY, Secrefaryg DOROTHY TAY- LOR, Treasurerg CLARE MITCHELL, Vice Pres idenf, SARA LOU GASKINS, President. O 1,544 OFFICERS LORRAINE JACKSON, Vice Presi- denfg LINDA LOCKY, Hisforiang MIL- LIE WHITTINGTON, Song Leaderg JUDY DIETEMAN, Parliamenfarian JANICE DOBIE, Treasurer. Not pic Tured, ANNA CARTNER, President LINDA RIGSBEE, Secretary. 1 Junior F. H. A Rh thm Club W f 2 - -9 lgfw OFFICERS BETTY WHEALTON, Treasurerg R A L P H WETHERINGTON, Presidenfg NANCY O'- NEAL, Secretaryg LINDA KORNEGAY, Re- porferg DAVID ARMISTEAD, Vice President ,4 Cnof picturedy LINDA CHISHOLM, Report- er Cnot picfuredj. ,K ax, QWM Kwf fr", Script Club " Ii I 'I C,D , I nr'1uQ OFFICERS CONNIE HOBBY, Secretary, FRANCES HUSSEY, Vice Presidenrg MARGA- RET ANN ELLIS, Treasurerg JACKIE GRADY, Presidenf. The purpose of The Scripf Club is To prepare The news for The ra dio program. Monogram Club BOB CLEMENT, Vice President, JUDY SMITH, Secrefary-Treasurerp BUS BENNINGHOFF, President. -+C: .Rv The Monogram Club seeks To creaTe a sense of fair play in The aThleTic acTiviTies of New Bern High School. This year The club ran concession sTands aT The TooTball games in order To purchase leTTer sweaTers Tor The boys and girls who had earned ' Them. We feel very proud because New Bern won The TooTball good sporTsmanship award This year. 1:5511 '74 Science Club E ' M: "L-91 REB , 1 - . -,.,., 14-03 - M III!! 13133, IIEBIQEIEH T NTS ,X I V311 i C7 TD OFFICERS SHERRY DAGLEY, Secretary-Treasurerg GUY DODSON, Vice President ERNESTINE GILLIKIN, President. Dramatics Club A I Mmm V A ""w....-...wmv n X E .fill 1 OFFICERS Vice President, CAROL RIDGEWAY5 President, KAY RIDGEWAY7 Treas urer, JERRY FISHER, Secretary, ANNA OWENS. 1 Photograph and Radio Club xX OFFICERS EARL BENNETTE Treasurerg TED CARY, Vice Pes denfg JIMMY HUN NINGS Secretary B H OATES, President. Drill Club FIRST PLATOON hs. SECOND PLATOON THIRD PLATOON D. E. Club an ,O I we vrmxa OFFICERS EUCLID ARMSTRONG, Assf. Presidenfg CAROLYN STONE, Corresponding Secre- tary, JANICE GLANCY, Recording Secreraryg JOY BATCHLER, Treasurerf FRAN- CIS RITTER, Vice Presidenrg MARVIN HUGGINS, President Cnot picfuredl gf, :QQ-1 x 1 fi ., ., -JP-.I-AFFR .EE ,A--'f.1xS.:., ix 'ww- flf -' 1-fi' .-:H I i?',?.Ehi?-'-I F5 N . Librar Club H-uw X ,gain M zfg xi- S' , ifwf' OFFICERS OLEAN DAUGHTERY, President, BARBARA BARNES, Secretary-Treasurerp MAR- GARET TRADER, Vice President. Fa' x if Visual Aid Club 0+-, OFFICERS DAVID THOMAS, President, DONALD DUNN, Vice President, HAROLD JONES, Secretary-Treasurer. iq ..I 13- I., I II 'If ,, , 1. 11 , Q I' ' I I I I I I I I I I Q ,- . .V" L-. I I , I I t ' I .I ' I I PS1-I I PDX I I Auto Club .,.. , . . 1, x, 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 I 1 1 1 1 1 1 I OFFICERS GEORGE LEWIS, Secretary, JOE PAT SMITH, Treasurer, MANUEL WIL LIAMS, Vice President. Not pictured: WILBUR JACKSON, President. T ping Club 1 OFFICERS Seated: CAROL ARTHUR, Treasurerg CAROL HARDMAN, President. Stand- ing: DORIS BLAND, Secrefaryg CAROL BUNCH, Vice President. -is -si -4-'CZ' 'MK ,A ,q1'f.Z' .up K xx-Lllgilwgl V, n, f- 4. . 1 .J Sf ,J LX my 'X Q rff YT' TV f ,1 'J 1 Lf. ' Q f,, 25 ' 1 xlfjr ,im-:,l 17 N A 9 I QQ 4 Y OUT., FQ.B BAQOKS .ll '31 'LAK " -s." . ' ' UN: 2033 4'l1:d.f!v3 U Q"-W H98 Q dw X4-, ,,.-5, .ax 'Q 'J -,Q Sweethearts King and Queen fs il '.fJ 3 F-gr-ws W" Q V 1 2 fp 2 Q, f4 l 1 ' .nv-4' -s..-15 M19 Qi' ---1 a .I I DOUG SASSER and MARTHA KAY MAULTSBY A ., H 'Q -I I H 4 fl it 1 1 1 1 1 K 1 Homecoming Queen EPDRT5 Varszt Football Team fx xxx l -. v..-4 ..,f. i fl . YI, s xx . ' X -, ig, ' . ' l l g A Manager William Brinkley, I i Coach Will Pittman, Coach Jeff Hockaday, Manager Donald Lamb. .M 'u .1 , ,i'Qr"U' rdf, 4.4 A 'f Nw ,, ' , .,..' ,,:f ' ,gt x .. U E ig T' 55 .131 Inv:- fxwtls . 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E,g,,rA-,, . :fly ' ',,,.Lf , 1 Q LQ V ,5,.i 151.1 QWGfil???5g?Qvi?3f, If w ff ,,. . , ,MJ " W , "..,,,.f"':x ' Z., f DONALD ANDREWS Offense-Defense Tackle I A -6 CENTERS-David Windley, David Smilh, Tody Thorne, Billy Price TACKLES-Joe Clemeni, A. D. Sawyer, David Jones, Donald Andrews. N31 u Ai r M, i . A ' I ,lf w 'Mg 1' A i ,nf W " ' 'Li 91 ' M .4 if . E Irrfiajsgy, . r J -, tr , ,M 'Iv ' L1 -6 . X dum .gm W' Vlad Liam ' " 'L 'A f 4, ' ' a My 4 . K. ,,,.w A if f-wi 'W " 1' 1 4, ,,, ra K w 4 ,A , r ,- , ' ' .s W - , 1 -V 5' ri", wfwf A.. - . , , Mx' 3915 i I fmwf -f"-47, , , gf N .' 1 . I" V J X2 .4 A vp ,vf . ,. sf,,, -mix-.mga 5' :Q ' -1, w-!k"f."" W- 1 i xi ' W - Y , ' w- 'f - .9 Mi, Ni X Ml , wi ,INV ,QM 1 E . . , 4' ,E gn VX . ,V 'A"5'5, 3 2 1 . wx: .Emu ,KM "" W' ' .. X ' "' 'J "MV 'Iii rf sys 'N vm A' .JY .A ,N ' . A XV , V grimy W K iw, , Q it Q4 yi J .aww ,L M , r . f 1 , i rf if - sap, 4 Q' is 3 f' 'mr W gf aff", M TI! L . . , 1 . f. ' r ' - '. K, Q W t ' We 'M , . L Q0 Q . r ,W Q ,mi is t M , iv ,gg i . X ' ' , Q . ' ' Q A f. , f 4.. 4' .fi Ml 1. fowl suv 1 mf fu, ""w'2. . A 'Zami-"l GUARDS-A. D. Sawyer, Kermit Guthrie, Marvin Huggins, Gorclen Clark, Kenneth Morris, Bobby Cotten, Norman Kellum. ENDS-Richard Verrone, Doug Sasser, Durward Hancock, Bob Clement, Gene Vandiford, H. C. Rose. if Q. l ii I l l i J - -1 , 'W' - ,fn , -'K ,l l . 'll .. ,. 'Q ' ' f ' H fir ' za... -' ' -1: Vs:-. ' I fl' 'E:'I'x'4 - v-,L.. -A ll! . ,.-up - .I A .N ,A l 4 ,N gg ,ig ,345 . . - : fa 'ig'-f-ak' Qu 1 , ,p-.w '- N N . .uf 'Q' 8 . as .iffff 'L.gL5'fS'-'scdzr-lrg'.-.Sf Ti- .Ji '9""? P--ie i if BACKS-Edgar McLwean, Philip Thath, Gene Worthington, Chris Bremer, Ross Rouse, Bud Bledsoe, John Ross, Booty Swindell. BACKS-Buss Benninghotf, Bud Parker, George Slaught er, Pete Batches 1 p-lm' Q x h Q as-4. N . . X K ,Z 1' 97 2 wtf' 97 ,, " AW Y NN, A NF WP--Q., 1 1 X N ' 5 -fp 5 ww i 5 3 ""'V J ' i 'fb u NEW BERN 27-Wilmington 15 Hurricane Edna delayed the start of New Bern High School's 1954 football season 24 hours, but it had no effect on Coach Joe Caruso's Northeastern Conference champions-to-be, who swept through Wil- mington's New Hanover High School, 27-15 on September 11. lt was a preview of things to come as Preacher Parker scored three times and Pete Baches once, giving New Bern a 27-O lead in the first half. A ver- satile attack made even more potent by letter-perfect blocking were highlights of the New Bern rout of the AAA adversary that night as football hungry fans iammed Kafer Park to overflowing for the season inaugural. NEW BERN 14-WASHINGTON 14 With hopes high and colors flying the Bears hit the road for their first Northeastern Conference battle-and what a battle that turned out to be! A capacity crowd watched with tense nerves as Parker, Slaughter, and company battled to a disappointing 14-14 tie. Parker scored both times for the Bruins in their undying effort and was backed up with an iron hand by George Slaughter, who was to gain over 900 yards for the Bruins in the season to come. As well as a fast and flashy backfield, the New Bernians were supported by a stout and sturdy line that battled a pair of Washington tackles extraordinary who were a plague to the Bears throughout the evening. NEW BERN 34-ROANOKE RAPIDS 6 Moving back into their own Kafer Park and still commanding a cap- acity crowd, the Red and Black of New Bern High School played host to a weak and outclassed Roanoke Rapids team who fell before the clutches of the Bears by a 34-6 margin. A Parker pass to end Doug Sasser represented the first New Bern touchdown shortly after the opening kickoff and from that point on it was the Bears who rode the band wagon behind the championship line headed by such stalwarts as David Jones, David Earl Smith, Tody Thorne, Donald Andrews, and Joe Clement. NEW BERN 21-JACKSCNVILLE 7 With an expectant victory at hand the Bears stood firm on their home soil as the Cardinals of Jacksonville High School moved into Kafer Park to fall in defeat to the rhythm of a 21-7 score. Benninghoff, Parker, and Norman Kellum handled the scoring feats for three quar- ters only to have the visitors score their lone touchdown in the dying minutes of the ballgame. Again the New Bern forward wall worked magnificiently as the backfield reeled off long gains throughout the evening. NEW BERN 32-PAMLlCO COUNTY 7 Playing the first of three non-conference games on their home grounds, the Bears felled the Pamlico County Spuds by a 32-7 score as Coach Joe Caruso gave his top-flight ball handlers a rest while using the reserves for a large part of the night. When David Jones fell on a Pamlico fumble and Pete Baches went from the eleven yard line for the first score of the game, the Bears started a display of confidence that carried them for the remainder of the game. With Baches scoring twice and a Parker to Slaughter pass accounting for other scores, the Bears tromped on as they met and defeated every effort the Spuds could render. NEW BERN 32--DUNN 7 With determination and revenge riding high the Bears entertained the Greenwaves of Dunn high school, who fell hard as the home town boys racked up at 32-7 victory. The previous year the Greenwaves had handed the New Bern Bruins a defeat, so by right of self satisfaction the Bears now looked ahead to what turned out to be an undefeated season. Parker, Slaughter, and Benninghoff carried the load for the evening as New Bern built up a 25-O halftime lead. A Parker to Ben- ninghoff aerial accounted for the lone second half effort of the Bears, but the Dunn eleven was not to be denied their score as they managed to rack up 7 points when they scored on a line plunge after intercept- ing a New Bern pass. NEW BERN T9-GREENVILLE 6 Getting back into the thick of the Northeastern Conference fight the Bears played host to the Phantoms of Greenville High School who barged into Kafer Park and threw the first scare of the season into the New Bern followers, as they put up a battle worthy of top-flight mention. With Slaughter carrying the brunt of the ground attack for the Bears, they battled to a 6-O lead at the half when Parker scored from the one yard line. But the Phantoms struck with deadly accuracy in the third quarter as a pass play clicked giving the visitors their first score of the evening. Then a pair of touchdowns by Slaughter and Benninghoff threw snow on the fire as the Bears walked off the field with their conference victory. NEW BERN T3-ELIZABETH CITY T3 With visions of the championship dancing through the air, the Bears and their followers packed up and moved into Elizabeth City in high fashion where the Bruins were presented with their second tie ball game of the season as the Yellow Jackets stood firm to a T3-T3 deadlock. The scoring efforts were confined to the first half when George Slaughter bulled over from the five after a sixty yard drive by the Bruins. Shortly thereafter alert David Earl Smith, hefty New Bern center, scooped up an Elizabeth City fumble and scampered eight yards for the final New Bern tally. Shortly before the half the Yellow Jackets sent the game into the deadlock after which both teams spent a rugged, scoreless second half. NEW BERN 34-LAGRANGE 7 Performing before the home folk once again the Bears played host to the gridmen from Lagrange High School, whom they defeated by a one sided 34-7 margin. Parker, Sasser, Baches, Vandiford, and a pass to end Bob Clement were the scoring factors in the New Bern rout as the Bears held the visitors to a lone touchdown in the third quarter. This was the last non-conference game of the season for the New Bernians as they prepared for the forthcoming battle with arch rival Kinston. NEW BERN T8-KINSTON 7 This was the game, the battle of battles!!! The long-awaited fracas with arch rival Kinston was here at last and Granger Stadium in Kins- ton was filled to capacity as buses, cars, and every other means of transportation brought New Bern followers into the city to watch the Bears capture the crown of the Northeastern Conference champions with an T8-7 victory over the Red Devils. When Pete Baches hurried 59 yards for the first New Bern score on the second play of the game, the New Bern forces went to work and a Parker to Benninghoff pass closed out the first half scoring for the Bruins. But with the Kinston forces set to stop power driving George Slaughter, the determined fullback managed to account for the last score of the ball game as he drove 24 yards to rack up the Bruin victory after a Kinston threat had faltered. GRAHAM 7-NEW BERN 6 After enioying a highly successful season, disappointment was destined to hit the Bears and hit them it did on this cold, raw night as the home team played host to Graham in their first bid for state cham- pionship honors. The Bruins fell to a 7-6 score to wrap up the gridiron activities for another season. A Parker to Benninghoff pass accounted for the only New Bern tally of the night after which Parker's try for the extra point was no good. In the third quarter a New Bern punt was blocked by all-state tackle J. B. Vaughn and the visitors moved to the touchdown in ten plays after which the game's winning extra point was good, sending the Bears down in defeat for the first time. ln the dying minutes of the ball game the Bears made one last effort for the victory with a field goal that was deflected by a Graham line- man. ALL-CONFERENCE: George Slaughter, Doug Sasser, David Jones. ALL-EASTERN: Bud Parker. ALL-STATE: Bud Parker. Junior Varsity Basketball Team 'M-I 'fn-.am--0--'Q' 1 - M' -ff f Mt-Q-W1-H - - - --A ff - -' Q A - ' ' ' ' Varsity Basketball Team JEFF HOCKADAY Coach BGB CLEMENT Captain GEORGE HICKS Manager BOB CLEMENT Center DURWARD HANCOCK Forward CHRIS BREMER Guard JAMES ALLEN LANCASTER Guard Q, 1' DAVID SMITH Forward T., GENE VANDIFORD Center CARLTON SMITH Forward PETE BACHES Guard fs JO ANN HUFF ' Forward 49 JO KAFER L Forward JO ANN NELSON "Let Me Go Lover' Forward HELEN MULLEN Forward JEAN HAWKINS Guard PEGGY BUCKLEY Guard CAROL RIDGEWAY Guard , 'nn PATSY HANSON Guard 'fi Girls' Basketball Team 1477? JANIS LEE Manager JO ANN HUFF HELEN MULLEN Co-Captains FRANCES FISCH EL Coach QW -,S Z 1954 Baseball Team L 1 K I if?-ff' M w U T5 C h P t1 n and Caruso, C ptain Robert Ken d k arl Rid ic . E mx . 'Q' 0 1' 'A " "Q . . r . " ui . 10- -il X, U..- x ,L.,v-A. Lziii, 5. I 'ii' 5 Infield T Sqllad V gf 5 A? V Jiri A f i A W Pitching fin E ' Y Squad A ' k ' V ig ' . , RW Vx B i A 4 i A "k 7. 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TAYLOR AsslsTANT MANAGER HUGHES BUILDING I NEW BERN. N. C. Home 4435 Business 3866 C. D. LANCASTER AGENCY Insurance of AII Kinds PHONE 3I85 200-20I Dunn Building New Bern, N. C. J. C. WHITTY 81 C0 EsI'abIished I876 NEW BERN. N. C. Farmall TracI'ors McCormick Farm Equipmeni TURNER - TOLSON FURNITURE CO. "Home OuHiHers" 329 Middle and Broad S'I's. DIAL 2772 NEW BERN. N. C. THE FLORIST MRS. CARTER TISDALE, Prop. I3I2 Broad S'rree'I' Phone 307I FLOWERS BY TELEGRAPH New Bern Norfh Carolina THE BOOTERY QuaIl+y Foo'Iwear NEW BERN N C We Shoe 'rhe Family I45O ON YOUR DIAL Music Myslery W H I T News Sporfs New Bern's FIRST Radio S'Ia+ion Serving You Wilh Mufual and Tobacco Nefworlcs COMPLIMENTS OF BYNUM'S DRUG STORE New Bern, N. C. BENTON'S CABINET SHOP nooks - MOULDING - MILLWORK Phone 5l6l BRIDGETON, N. C. Complimenfs of S. H. KRESS COMPANY Middle SIree+ NEW BERN, N. C. THE S. B. PARKER CO. JOE ANDERSON'S Roofing, Sheel' Me'I'al Work . Warm Air Healing New Bern N C PHONE 3397 PHONE 420' New Bern, NorI'l1 Carolina HENDERSON CIGAR 81 CANDY COMPANY THE FASHION CENTER LADIES' Wholesale Candy, Cigars WEARING APPAREL and No+ions AND 30l-303 S. Fron'r S+ree+ SHOES PHONE 3340 New Bern, Nor+l1 Carolina NEW BERN' N' C' FULLERIS BURWELL'S BEAUTY SHOP Dis'I'incI'ive Beau'I'y Service Wuriifzer PERMANENTS-SHAMPOOS-MANICURES pianos and Q,-gang 4I9 Broad S+. Phone 2325 MIDDLE ST. NEW BERN, N. C. WAYNE'S GROCERY 81 MARKET Frozen Foods, Frui+s and Vege'rabIes l602 NATIONAL AVENUE NEW BERN, NORTH CAROLINA Home Loans N. FIRST FEDERAL 8' SPNS SAlQ2'S2IiTI3GN Hay, Grain and Sfraw OF NEW BERN NEW BERN' N. C. 4I7 Broad S+ree'I Phone 372I NEW BERN, N. C. MITCHELL'S HARDWARE 3I5 So. Fron+ S+. New Bern, N. C. PHONE 3IOO Vi+a-Var Pain'rs Hardware Fishing Tackle CompIimenI's of SALES 81 SERVICE CO. 325 S. Fronf S+. Phone 3I32 NEW BERN, N. C. CompIimen+s of DEWITT C. MCCOTTER 81 SON New Bern, N. C. PINNIX DRUG STORE OPPOSITE UNION STATION "If You Don'I' Trade WiII'1 Us We Bo'rI1 Lose Money" PHONE 2746 NEW BERN, N. C. FOSTER'S GARAGE Au'ro Paris BaHery and Brake Service DIAL 3890 I38 MiddIe S+reeI' NEW BERN, N. C. CompIimenI's of CompIimen+s of CITY LUMBER co. FARMERS New SUPPLY HousE CompIe+e Building Service Garden PHONE 2059-3639 Headquariers LEE 8: JONES BUILDING SUPPLIES, INC. CompIe+e Line of Building Maferials PHONE 3I64 Neuse Road NEW BERN, N. C. CompIimen+s of "BLATZ" ALPHIN BROS. WHOLESALE CO. WILLIAMS CAFE 325 Middle S+. Phone 3I3I NEW BERN, N. C. QUALITY SERVICE BRADDY'S LAUNDRY AND DRY CLEANING Phone 2I59 NEW BERN, NORTH CAROLINA CRAVEN FOUNDRY I905 I955 C. H. STITH, INC. COMPLETE INSURANCE E S VI E MACHINE COMPANY R C 248 Craven SI'ree+ New Bern, N. C. Dial 2963 NEW BERN, N. C. CITY COAL 81 TIRE CO. FIVE POINTS MILLING CO. CHICKS-HARDWARE-FEED-SEEDS KEROSENE IOI3 Queen S+. New Bern, N. C Dia' 4347 PHONE 43:9 NEW BERN, N. C. . - McLELLAN CompIlmenI's of W,LL,S STORE co. M L II B 'Id' FUNERAL HOME IfHeOIE Qing NEW BERN, N. C. New Bern, Norfh Carolina Complimenls of ARMSTRONG GROCERY COMPANY Wholesale Grocer Ben Franklin Slore JACK LEE New Bern, Nor'I'h Carolina Easlern 5c, IOc, 81 25c S+ore POST OFFICE BOX 282 Havelock, Norfh Carolina Complimenls of STELLA'S BEAUTY SHOP 604 Conlenlnea Avenue NEW BERN, N. C. Dial 5385 Complimenls From WALKERS WOMEN'S APPAREL New Bern Complimenls of DAVIS' MARKET Cherry Poin+'s Food Cenier CHERRY POINT, N. C. Gel' Your Shoes Repaired A+ THE AMERICAN S. R. HILL'S STATION HIGHWAY 70 HAVELOCK Esso Slandard Produds Fresh and Frozen Vegelables Middle S+ree+ Choice Meals NEW BERN, N. C. Dry Goods TONY'S DRUG STORE "Prescrip'rion Service" HUNNINGS HOME 81 AUTO SUPPLY 425 Broad SI. New Bern PHONE 4060 ' Tony'5 Square KELVINATOR AND FIRESTONE NEW BERN, N. C. BLUE 81 WHITE CAFE Russell and John Simpson HOMEMADE PIES STANLEY JEWELERS "Home of Keepsake Diamond Rings" NEW BERN'S LEADING JEWELERS Every High School Graduale Should Have A Keepsake Bride's Book New Bern' N. C. Come In anIl:IR?glc For Yours FAGAN ELECTRIC COMPANY C,,mp,ime,,,S of HoI'poinI' Appliances Radio-Television JAMES D. CONSTANTINE, JR. Manager 32l MIDDLE STREET NEW BERN, N. C. WMBL "740 ON YOUR DIAL" Morehead CiI'y and Beaufori' REMOTE STUDIOS HilI's Siore New Bern PHONE 4240 OWEN G. DUNN CO. "AnyIhing for any Office" NEW BERN, N. C. STALLINGS BROTHERS Plumbing-Healing Air Condilioning NEUSE MANOR in il- I I L 4 if -.-u 9-P' .,- ' Q '. 11' X- n QE- ' 'V' :Y :...h'l fiyf' I ri... ' 15 ' Adelaide Mar+l1a Kay Ann Donna ,jj I and ia: and if and and O Freddie 4? Doug '-Li Bus Gordan '49 . ll fall iq. 43 44 Q., We -2.1 'nb - ,gm "ag 'Wax ,655 ,gif "el j ffl 132:-3 '21 ,"' ' Aifid, .1 iligf., ij A 3.1 -4 -Q34 - 1 3535112 -ra .Til-ll .- l Lis? fl". J.-Migkillwlg 'l iz 1,5 ly i, 'Q , ,, if if '5' Mercedes Jan '11 Qin and l and ' RaY ,fi 134 Norman Lee if .A -ie . 'Q 'T Q A , , if Com pl imenls of A S25 .f A' 'T f: , , O ' Mar+ha pi Jo Q4 QV. a Fl d 533, a n d if Paul Joe dai w'. 3 lr f 1 5' ,.. if!! 'eff-, N I f a 'Q '23 F.. ' 'Q ? LJ! L2 S'2'. .1 1 fj- 1. 4, ,fi fm fi!- .S-5 Lf! i .J 'S Li. xi? I ..--z x 4' 4,1- 1 l, Sf,- :K Q, NA' .-,, 1,7- 1 '-569. -5:5 1 ei 'rv and Aubrey I 1-,M -m ig - -.,,, if .fx Jw ,QL f 1: i v- xxx fix: .. ,- CharloHe fi. fl ,nf L' 1.11 , 4 :gc 1, 1 Ann and James Allen A - .. , luv! ff, 12, . , PV? ch , 4' ,iff V95 ifle mf fi fl 1-A. v O 42 ...LV Ur, Vv Pam ,gg f and jf: Durward ,fi .NN fi.. , 'if .Alf fi COLEMAN MOTORS 52 553,51 . 21,151 iii 5:7 -2 in ik iz E. ' LL f Jean Fgf Nell ,' and ji and jk 7 7 7 fi ' 7 ? ? A "ii '- '-TT. A 'ix 'fa fire gap Wi., O -'ae -ya -Lg fl .1 'Q 'xf' 4' A At, ' I Q v Y-.13 56. 'Q-'f Lfiax 4 A Zig' V 4: U .yah 'f 2 2xiSfJ',Qf.-,.t.' if M ' if ' :JY- 55 Lane if and 13: Noel A A219 X A6 L ff 'fig 13 'il .. P Gene and Linda 'f 19-A Z ' .,e 3, :ij 0- , .AV . v ,' Q.: p -y .W Elaine and 3,4 David A 13+ . 'z Q-:Q i-All ff? WH- .-"iff 55 J ,rj 7 mower X P A'-17' -' T -1' Q 0 I W ENGUSH George .I J Shriver Sara Kline '7 Ann Robinson George Siaugh er FIRST CITIZENS BANK .gf 8. TRUST COMPANY A a rm R Es+ablIsl'Iecl I898 Tody Thorne - - . S il 525 7 ' fi -4II INK L l,':f,"' 'fm ' Nell Hobby NEW BERN, NORTH CAROLINA oz- FJ Comple'I'e Banking Service Q 'if V X Q MEMBER FEDERAL DEPOSIT ' Q NQIQV R 6 ,i'P1 ....,. ? 'V lil! if I INSURANCE CORPORATION ri M ,Y f A 'N' '--Y 213 4 ' I ' A" I ' 5 1 A iii i'i'iiRI " ,E U gl ...unn b- I i? David Ann "'lIi7iT "f7:-T r - ni -Y Befh Lanche 14. R ig? lj S 'Lil Kafer Eddie Jones Harry "Too+s" Torrence 4 Ag 45 JOE LIPMAN 3. SON Furni+ure Sfore 223 Middle Sfreef Q 0 4 " 'f Q ff m, U x Q lyj M L l A542 7 PHONE 4202 New Bern Nor+h Carolina If's SCHLITZ Complimenfs of The Beer +ha+ Made ' Milwaukee Famous CAROLINA RUBBER AND SUPPLY "Where To Buy I'I"' Highway 70 Phone 4958 KING'S WHOLESALE CO. NEW BERN' N.C. Complimenfs of HAVELOCK ESSO SERVICE AIways Open +0 Please You Havelock Norfh Carol BOYD-MATTHIS MOTGRS DARNELL'S SERVICE CENTER Mercury Sales and Service l405 Neuse Blvd. 502 Broad S+ree+ Phone 5695 Ph 3I77 NEW BERN NORTH CAROLINA one NEW BERN, NORTH CAROLINA 'fxif-X?-Z'C ffzfsfsf M I ANQPEQOW DRINK Qkgwgcp V C 'E ,UIQ DELICIOUS O Qsghci ' J Q1 , ' N' Cf 0 E IS OUR FIRST fx! THOUGHT STEVENSON BRICK CO. OFFICE PHONES 3I43 and 3I44 New Bern, NOTIII Carolina TERMS - CASH HEILIG-LEVINE Heilig Levine Furniiure JIMMY RIDOUTT-Manager Phone 4063 3I2 Sou'rI1 Fron'r Sfreef NEW BERN QUINN AUTO SUPPLY CO- MOTORCYCLE SERVICE Complefe Lines of Phone 5868 ParI's and Accessories 204 Craven S'rree+ Phone 397I or 3875 COME IN AND SEE US ANYTIME. 909 PoIIocIc Sfreei' New Bern, Norfh Carolina REPAIRS AND PARTS YOUR SEARCH EIIDS Coplon-Smi'rI1 CO. 32,3 f - f, To 551441, N NEW BERN, NORTH CAROLINA XJII ,gig ffffss- Q We Wearmg Apparel for The ,J C1-" En+ire Family NEW BERN LOAN 81 JEWELERS Jewelry-Radios-Gifis Luggage CASH OR CREDIT 2I5 Middle SIreeI' Phone 40I4 If II"s New! If I'r's Differenfl If I+'s Excifingl Then II's af THE PARISIAN 230 Middle S'rreeI' Phone 422I MAKE YOUR HOME COMPLETE NEW BERN BUILDING SUPPLY CO. Office, IIO Craven S+reeI 5 T A PHONE 3:43 or 3144 gig ! New Bern, NorI'h Carolina ,Q I ff ASKEW'S CLEANERS, INC. Approved Sanifone Service "WHERE TO GET SERVICE" II09 Pollock S'rree+ MEN'S SHOP The Commercial Cenfer Havelock, Norfh Carolina CALL LONG DISTANCE New Bern, Nor'rh Carolina Phone 43I2 32.3 SANLIN'S ESSO SERVICE STATION Hardware 'FOI' Lubricafion Homes and Builders and IOII PoIIocIc Sfreei' Accessories Phgne 4-I52 HIGHWAY 70 HAVELOCK Hmnig T' NA 4 sf I dll 'PW vi , fl- ""'f-'E-:."5' THE DUNN AGENCY Morris Plan Banlc Building 3I3 Pollock S+ree+ New Bern, Norlh Carolina Sub-Teen Specialisfs PUNCH AND JUDY "The Deparlmenl' Slore for Children" 238 MIDDLE STREET BOGER-BALL DRUG STORE Drugs-Sundries-Candy Soda Foun+ain l5l5 NATIONAL AVENUE Phone 4654 Drin Refreshing 9 un on nv on 59' JQ F -f' 1- 'r 1 19 f ,ff Qi L fe fa: To HILL'S Known for Good CIoI'I1es Serving Coa and WorId's Marine sI'aI Carolina +I1e La rgesf Corps Air SI'aI'ion NEW BERN, NO RTH CAROLINA CONGRATULATIONS TO THE l955 SENIOR CLASS May Your Years Be Ever Lasfing wi+I1 Joy MR. AND MRS. ALFRED A. KAFER K. R. Jones, II AMERICAN on COMPANY PRODUCTS Kyanize Painfs 303 George S+ree+ PHONE 2I27 New Bern, NOI"I'I'l Carolina Carolina Cleaners PHONE 4l00 9 I 4 Broad S'rree+ New Bern, N orI'I1 Carolina CompIimen+s of CITY DRUG STORE Your Rexall S+ore MIDDLE STREET New Bern, NOFII1 Carolina "LUPTON'S" Lup+on's Supreme Pac Can Foods Frozen Food Lockers PIan+ Service NEW BERN, NO RTH CAROLINA YN QW f' i-Q 7 A 1 l 1 m I , S , V COMPLIMENTS OF Dr. Joseph Pa++erson Dr. C. H. Ashford 5 , 1 1 - - ,,.' H . V 5 ,v,v 6 ..,,., 'W .:., , 2 -Wiifffg If ' 7 9 Aa V ',AM " W 1 0, , I - , ...., gy v ---- , N 4 2 W 4 f Z! , ,..,. 3 . , 4 7? , ,. Q x , ,-,, . , --.. . I w X 6 ,. ,',, if A 5 I 1 xy- Q 4 A or ,, ,. A 1 f E 3 i ? I af , 1 pi ff f ., ' Wm f aw' T 7 jf' 7 it Q , j x. ,, f v I as ' M M I' f 41 f M y ,f . :I , ,V 3 iii m I I I P I.. I COMPLIMENTS OF Dr. Charles Barker Dr. H. W. Civils Dr. Francis King ,J Complimenis of THE SUN JCURNAL COMPLIMENTS OF New Bern Monumen'ral Works Dr. C. S. Barker Dr. A. F. 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