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

 - Class of 1956

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Here is the searching and seeking, testing and trying, destroying and creating, accepting and rejecting that will form each indiviclual's goal and provide the direction he will take i to achieve it, In this high school the student c has learned to think A a for himself and i to gain the best g A I knowledge offered - him by others, He has in his mind and in his hands the ability and a the will to J l create a g a brilliant I e a 5 future. Therefore: to fu him We I dedicated ,'ci tj the ' '1 'A-" BRUIN of, to Al l I i ' 4 f , il If i if -:L 9 I fall .Aff "Fi" N. ,'l-92475-fl.',..L7 4,4 y .k--i'1'-1g-'-q'qTq- - , , ,q',lsg.f-jlfignr . -i 5-fi: '-lr.'3.:f.'Q'6"", 4:1412 'P-1,57 ur-Ar -Sr, r - .1 Pt'-.Xgw5?c," 1 ag .. Ii.-.' : -:Q ": T1 is fum il-L . .xox ,4 -figzrzivn 5 .rf-sf " ' r , p w . N , A V, U15 Old My +A. .- A 1, ' v 'A' ,, 715- ' ' ' .fpgra-af' ' '. , - w ,- ,fx--wmv. f Zhi? ew Jlulf, M An impromptu sales skit . . . .A 2 ij? 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I sz Editor advertises ADMINISTRATION BUILDING THE BRUIN Q ,4 Minute flisfvry The New Bern Academy from which New Bern High School developed was estab- lished in 1764. Two years later this school was chartered by the North Carolina legislature with the approval of King George III, of England. Thus the school of which New Bern High School is successor became the first chartered school in North Carolina and the second so chartered in English colonial America. The first shool built for the New Bern Academy was completed in 1767. It was a wooden frame structure located on the present "Central School Green," near the corner of New and Hancock Streets. Burned in 1795, it was replaced in 1806 by a four-classroom brick structure still in daily use. The next physical expansion of the Academy came in 1885 when the present eight room Central Building was constructed. Although recommended in 1884, it was not until 1887 that the Academy program was adjusted to permit the establishment of a separate and distinct High School con- ducted in the old Academy Building. The High School expanded into the Central Building and thence to a new building on the same site constructed in 1904 and enlarged to include eight classrooms and an auditorium in 1909. This building was fittingly dedicated to the memory of Moses Griffin, who had years before established a fund to extend the benefits of education to children theretofore denied this privilege. A new front containing four classrooms was added to the Griffin Building in 1930, which marked the end of the physical expansion of New Bern High School until the present. l' 5 T D- U BOARD OF TRUSTEES Seated john R Taylor Chairman Mrs I R Latham Mrs O A Kater II j B Simps n Standing H J MacDonald Superintendent T 1 Eubank Vice Chairman XX C Moore Treasurer I Muse McCotter Members of the Board not photographed are Mrs Rzymond Maxxx ell R XX Ipock and H G Tolson To the Students of New Bern High School: It is a pleasure to extend to you greetings at the beginning of another school year. Year after year, high school students are told that theirs is the greatest opportunity ever. This has been the truth and will continue to be the truth just as long as we progress in the methods, materials, and facilities of learning. Your opportunities through education have an entirely new and expanded horizon. You are the beneficiaries of the past that has made your school a good school. You have the marvelous opportunity of getting more from your high school than any that have preceded you. Yours is the obligation to raise new standards so that those who follow you may progress even further. I urge you to make the most of your opportunities and accept your obligation to the future students of New Bern High as a credit to yourselves and an honor to your school. With sincere good wishes to each of you, I am Cordially yours, aw-he H. J. MacDONALD Superintendent fl-.s , ff' i 7. if f 1 . , -J . fn -' ' i K.. lf 'O I1 To the Graduates of New Bern High School: Congratulations upon the completion of your high school training! The challenge of a brave new world awaits those of you who are continuing the search for truth. Our ho e is that throu h our associations with each other and with our teachers, P . 3 Y . . Y. . you have grown in the accumulation and understanding of knowledge in the social graces, in the ability to get along with others, and to do something worthwhile. May the energy and devotion of youth continue to be yours in life to come is my fondest wish. May success and happiness, peace and contentment follow you all the days of your lives is my prayer. Yours in the Bond of New Bern High School, Principal . . 1 .dvi '.,, ' i,.!z. TT"-'Y1'F"SY . ---4 1, ,iv -,iw , '1 4 A? A 1 'Q 4 .u ' .nf .gel A x uf' -.ha QW v-'61 'W ui L - I x 4 D g :I H L., 111' ,N L .'v,..Ai,3,u L JJ-. fy ' A Fi " -1 .. . . , f .JU ,s LJ .,, G.. dl -'vyflgg X94 l,.,,-llali A, ii-' 3 .fl Mxigg-,,w,hQLJ, , ai il I K Y J lit. I 2 , y- , 3.5. A-.aw'aa lW'4fwv-3,3 2. L egg? 0- -4 ,R A ,,.v'.f R-e 1 Q T -'Eh T., 4151 , ENGL' H DEPARTME 1: StL-.. S S kj, i Q, . A3 ,A .i if The foundation of all our studies . . . These are the ones who mold our thoughts into good speech and writing . . . increase in us a love of literature and the finer things in life . . . Despite the endless grammar exercises and the weekly themes we can still praise them for trying to form something creative from us . . . Miss Louise Anderson. Miss Lucie Hodges, Miss Sarah Greene, Mrs. James McKinnon. Mrs. D. A. Roebuck, Mrs. Helen Smith, and Miss Margaret Dunn are planning the work for the following year. MATHEMATICS DEPARTMENT Mrs. Ivy P. Chadwick, Miss Hilda Gordon, Mr. james N. Smith, Mr. J. F. Hockaclay, all of Math Department, are discussing a problem. The base of our ability to reason practically and in the quickest way . . . These are the ones who unfold before us such seemingly inaccessible things as alge- bra, geometry, and trig. Untangling graphs, filling out bank forms, and dia- gramming in a circle are just a few things that baf- fle us in math . . . BUSINESS EDUCATION The thrill of a busy of- fice, big executives, bigger deals . . . These are the ones who train us to be the secretaries, bookkeepers and executives of tomor- row . . . Despite typing drills, shorthand vocabu- laries, and business law, we rise to meet the challenge of business education. Mrs. George P. Bullock, Mrs. Rosa Asbell, and Mrs.. Mar- garet Brinson discuss the proper typing method. S 'F 9 1 SGCIAL STUDIES The foundations of our modern culture, the adven- ture of exploration into past events . . . These are the ones who broaden our outlook for the future by helping us understand thc past . . . Despite American Observer tests and deceiv- ing dates to learn, we find ourselves better equipped for life through our social studies. Here Miss Elizabeth T. Wil- liams, Mrs. R. B. Stewart, Mrs. Stelma V. Whitley, Mrs. Ralph P. Hunnings, and Mrs. Lila D. Smallwood consider the map of the world. Miss Iola Taylor, Mrs. Martha T. Gardner, and Mrs. Margaret C. Willis examine slides for the next day's work. SCIENCE DEPARTMENT The future scientists of an ever-advancing culture . . . These are the ones who mold them into the tools of tomorrow . . . Who can ever forget the smell of burning acid, the study of the stars, or the complexities of everyday things seen through the eyes of a scientist? Mrs. Robert Brock and Mr. jimmy Smith prepare experiments. HOME ECONOMICS The future mothers and wives of America . . . These are the ones who direct us toward making our homes the best possible . . . The smell of good cooking, the thrill of making something you have de- signed are but a small part of the pleasure gained from Home Eco- nomics. Miss Margaret Fischel and Miss Jean Stevenson check some recipes. INDUSTRIAL ARTS The future "do-it-yourselfersu of America . . . He is the one who shows us the proper way to hammer 21 nail or varnish a table . . . There is something nice about the smell of sawdust or wet paint that makes industrial arts so popular. Z. T. Koonce displays his supply of tools ,, Q, 4-XMI GUIDANCE Understanding ourselves . . . When we are troubled and have lost sight of our purpose, she is the one who offers her friendly, know- ing advice . . . The selection of a college, our future plans are formed with guidance. FOREIGN LANGUAGES The mystery of other tongues g the intrigue of foreign lands are ex- plored . . . These are the oceans for contacts with our faraway neighbors . . . vocabulary tests, oral recitations and Caesar's Wars fail to dampen our enthusiasm for our language Study. Mrs. Ralph P. Hunnings, Mrs. John F. Rhodes, jr., and Mrs. Helen R. Smith review their lesson plans. Mrs. George P. Bullock, our guidance director, talks to Frances Hussey and Lloyd Brinson about careers. DISTRIBUTIVE EDUCATION Making our way in the world . . . Through her help we are taught the principles of better business . . . Filling out applications, "the cus- tomer is always right," and new dis- play methods are just a few things learned in distributive education. Miss Miriam Koch, Director of Dis- tributive Education. MUSIC The language of the universe . . . Through their patient guidance we are taught to appreciate the finer things in life, the intangible beauty of the creations of the masters Vocalizing, breathing, and scale exercises are but a small part of our music. Mr. Donald Smith and Mt. David Wal- ters select some music for coming con- certs. LIBRARIAN The gate keeper of a magical land of princes, paupers, the wise and the foolish . . . She opens the door to a broader knowl- edge of our world-past and present . . . Over-due books, the quietness, escape from the ordinary are all a part of the library. Miss Betty Dougherty, Librarian. HEALTH AND PHYSICAL EDUCATION The road to better living . . . These are the ones who teach us to attain physical strength and integrity . . . Push-ups, volley- ball, memories of the skeleton . . . Every student remembers his first course in Health and "Physical Ed." Miss Frances Fischel and Mr. Will B. Pittman and the objects used in their work and play. nf' N 1.1, 1 w M55 P ,,. v. :Lb- . ' 17. 5,6 .' 'WQSW ' ' x. ,jijffl 'wg-',-.1 , ' . tx uf' ff 4, fl' -' Cr,-1' 3 Q . W... PAW:-,v'.L I R.-xv! x, I w'.,f.h?.E.'..,! T ijwsfz tf -,-1 ' ,"' L' Q. . ' AY .f I N Y N x a .. N I . . 4.4. 3 ..r1. A ,.,. '15 'Hu 3 Wa? if gym. .rg a nv. . 1 -, 14. Q . la-- C'r ' 9 n A 4 ' n Y r ' 1 , ' '-'CH' . . rw . 'v - Nvfables Y Representatives to North Carolina State Student Council Congress. Susan McCotter, Charlotte Ken- nel, Sara Hunnings-ad- visor, Bill Boyd. Radio announcers: Jimmy Gas- kins, Kermit Guthrie, Mary E. Powell, and Martha Kay Maults- by. tion COU the Dia. Club 1. Delegates to the Tenth National Conference on Citizenship at Washington, D. C. Chris Bremer, Celia Hahn, jo Etta Hopkins, and Bud Bledsoe. QC" PAT ALLEN Treasurer of the North Carolina Scholastic Press Institute LAURA WALTERS irate winner of the lob app ma test Slwnsored by pirlurer . . 2 mrbmere . . ix scription Staff 4, FHA 1, 2, Hi'Y 4. CECIL ALLIGOOD va ' PATRICIA ANN ALLEN . Cfzralimz Speech Club 1, Student Council Rep- resentative 3, Bear Cub 3, Bruin Sub- 1, 2, Majorette CAROLYN BENTLY ARNOLD rlaeerleader . . . willy . . . neuu Bear Cub 1, Glee Club 1, 2, Choir 3, 4, Cheerleader 2, 3, 4, Assistant Head 4, Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, President 3, Art Club 4, Choir Treasurer 4, FTA 1, 2, Latin 1, 2, Dramatics Club 1, Superlative 4. nice . . . innocent . , . hair Stage Club 3, Science Club 4. BETTY CAROLYN ARTHUR rbofty . . . engaged .... fmart Basketball 1, junior-Senior Entertainer 1, Freshman Class Treasurer, FHA 1, 2, Junior-Senior Waitress 2, National Honor Society 3, 4, Semester Honor Roll 1, 2, 3, Marshal 3, Typing Club 3, 4. DoNALD RAY ANDREWS gzrlr . . . football . . . rmzle Student Councll 3, Monogram Club 2, . , 3, 4, Football 2, 3, 4, Baseball 2, 3, 4, I i Latin Club 2' Hi-Y 3 fi I-1 dent 4, Band 2, 3, 4, Library Club 1, 2. 'D Q? af-'Q IV! 491045 ! R. ,di 4 lv M WILLIAM BRYAN ATKINSON V tl "ole Na. 12" . . . Celia Q 'Q Hi-Y 1, 2, 3, 4, President 4, Freshman and Sophomore President, Boys' State, Monogram Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Football 1, 2, 4, Baseball 2, 3, 4, Student Council 1, 2, 3, Band 1, 2, 3, 4. EUCLID DUVAL ARMSTRONG rymbalf . . . funny . . . rrewrut DE Club 3, 4, Asst. President 3, Presi- Latin Club 2, JERRY DANIEL AUTREY "Litlle Rurrid' . . , :bevy . . . nire Band 1, 2, Football 1, Stage Crew 3, Script Club 4, Student Council 3, Homeroom Vice President 2. I l l 'rf-7 l OLNEY BERSCH - ,- -f .a:.:-- -4 -- 4-QYY7--4 N8 MA mf EQ Qllrfw--1 my SAMUEL L. BABER bareball . . . Buick . . . rloy Monogram Club 4, Baseball 3, 4, Foot- ball 2, 4, Visual Aid Club 4, Homeroom Vice Club 3, Auto President 4. ELIZABETH BARNHARDT Slate . . . Barney . . . flirt Hi-Y 1, 2, 3, 4, Secretary 4, FHA 1, 2, President 2, Student Council 2, Latin Club 1, 2, Choir 3, 4, Bear Cub 43 Bruin Editorial Staff 2, 3, Bruin Busi- ness Staff 1. PETE j. BACHES Greece . . . verratile . . . nore Football 1, 2, 3, 4, Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4, National Honor Society 3, 4, President 4, Hi-Y 1, 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 2, Marshal 33 Class Officer 1, 2, 3, Semester Honor Roll 1, 2, 3, Monogram 2, 3, 4, Glee Club 1, 2, Choir 3, Latin Club 1, 2, Student Council 1, 3, Junior-Senior Waiter 2, Superlative 4. ELIZABETH ANN BENNETTE Pinnix . . . Jada jerk . . . polize Pamlico High School 1, 2, Choir, FHA, 4-H Club, New Bern High 3, 4, DE Club 3, 4, Typing Club. NORMAN EARL BANKS loquaciaur . . . Jpeedy . . . braim National Honor Society 3, 4, Basket- ball 1, Baseball 2, Radio-Photography Club 3, Science Club 4. CLARA LEE BARNETTE Parkway . . , hot rod . . . funny Latin Club 2, Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, Bear Cub Club 4, Glee Club 1, 2, 33 Football 1, 2, 3. calm . . . willing . . . worker DE Club 4, Typing Club 3, 4, EHA 1, 2, Pamlico High School 1, 4-H Club 1, 2, Hi-Y 4. ,asu- .Www-'FWD' ,wiv Illia, ':,:,,,, T, f:-sr, 'iw 'QYNT' ROYSTON D. BLANDFORD jarkze . . . witty . . . Koleta Latin Club 2, Dramatics 1, 2, Library Club 2, Belmont Abbey 3g Superlative 4. uw --as I . JAMES ODEL BLEDSOE, JR. biuhfzzl . . . editor . . . Pmzfiizc Bruin Editorial Staff 3, 4,-Assistant Editor 3, Editor 4, Hi-Y 1, 2, 3. 4. Vice President 2, Sophomore Class Vice President, Latin Club 2, Junior-Senior Waiter, Monogram Club 3, 4, Football 2, 3, 4, Basketball 1, 2, Beta Club 33 Bear Cub 2, Debating Team 2, 3, 41 Nat. Conf. on Citizenship 4, Semester Honor Roll 1, 2, 3. CLAUDE I. BRANTLEY mfr . . . Glee Club . . . frewrut Glee Club 1, DE Club 1, 2. DIANE BOWMAN eyer . . . walk . . . Cherry Point Student Council 2, 3, Dramatics 2, 3, 4. CHARLES CHRISTOPHER BREMER "Dixie" . . . coke . . . dagger Irene 'Student Council 1, 2, 3, 4, dent 3, President 4, Hi-Y Secretary 2, 4, Glee Club 1, 4, President 4, Boys' State, National Honor Society 3, 4, Club 3, 4, Freshman Vice Vice Presi- 1, 2, 3, 4, Choir 2, 3, Marshal 3, Monogram President, Latin Club 1, 2, Bruin Staff 4, Football 1, 2, 3, 4, Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4, Semes- ter Honor Roll 1, 2, 3, Junior-Senior Waiter, Nat. Conf. on Citizenship 4, Superlative 4. PATRICIA CARAWON BOYD lalented . . . jeep . . . Reggie Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 3, Poet Laureate 2, 3, 4, Band 1, 2, Latin Club 1, 2, Art Club 4, Bruin Staff 2, Superlative 4. WILLIAM HENRY BRINKLEY, JR. Dodge . . . Sociology . . . qziiez Band 1, 2, 3, Bear Cub 2, Drill Club 33 Drivers Club 4. WILLIAM ASHFORD BOYD Sport: . . . Hi-Y . . . worker Football 1, 2, Dramatics 3, Hi-Y 4, Student Council 4. ,"'53, 'I .40-u .515 -'GY' 4 I -0 VI! l I 0 7' xl I ,,s.. fr -ft I .7 I DON BRINSON tall . . . quiet . . . DE Drivers Club 3, 4, DE Club 4. if fllgnzz ALICE BRYAN Cherry Point . . . dance . . . nire Script Club 1g Dramatics Club 13 DE Club 1. WILLIAM H. BUIE Civil Patrol . . . fourteour . . . fun Drill Club 3, 4. CAROLYN SUE BUNCH "fr.-Sr." . . . friendly . . . Bill Dramatics Club 1, DE Club 4, Hi-Y 3, 4, Treasurer 4. GEORGE BUNKER Irlandr . . . California . . . jean: Newport Harbor, California 1, 2, 33 Auto Club 4. JOHN BUNKER querlionr . . . Sociology . . . that boy Newport Harbor, California 1, 2, 3. FRANCES DEE BURCH Bill . . . Englirh . . . Krerr Elyria, XOhio 1, 2, 3, Drarnatics Club 1, 3, 4, Hockey Team Captain 33 Thes- pian Society and Players Club 25 FHA 1. LEWIS EUGENE CAMPBELL courleour . . . rtudiour . . . pleararzt National Honor Society 3, 4, Glee Club 2, 3, 4, Officer 4g Dramatics Club 33 Stage Crew 3, Bear Cub Club 4g Monett High School 1, 2, Homeroom Officer 1, 2, 4g FFA 1, 25 Superlative 4. THOMAS ROBERT CATHEY shorty . . . Cherry Point . . . "No N othing' ' ROGER V. CI-IAs1'AIN, JR. :mart . . . :rig . . . Kerrey Beaufort, South Carolina 1, 2, Band 1, 2, Latin Club 1, 2, Camera Club 1, Bus Driver 3, 4, Science Club 2, 3, 4. DOROTHY ROWE CLARK Mfr .... can . . . Ted FHA 1, 3, 4, Library 3: Basketball 1. EARL MARION CLELAND Drum Major . . . chevy . . . johmonk Band Drum Major 2, 3, 4, Concert Band 1, 2, 3, Band Librarian 3, 4, Student Council 2, Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, Basketball Manager 2, Dramatics Club 1, 2. SIDNEY CORBETT "Sid" . . . choir . . . Belklr Pactolus, N. C. 1, Stokes, N. C, 2, Honor Roll 1, 2, Beta Club 2, 3, Art Editor 2, Bus Driver 3, Glee Club 3, Choir 4, Dramaticst Club 3, Hi-Y 4, Script Club 4, Chaplain 4. RODERICK LLEWELLYN COTTEN, JR. "Bob" . . . Jportf . . . CYF Football ,1, 2, 5, 4, Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4, Baseball 1, Z, 3, 4, Latin Club 2, Monogram Club 3, 4, Student Council 2, 33 Hi-Y 3, 4. MARTIN M. CRITCI-IER Bridgeton . . . DE . . . look! DE Club 3, 4. SHERRY BLAINE DAGLEY ring . . . bells . . . johnny Latin Club 2, Science Club 3, Secretary and Treasurer 3, Nurses' Club 4, Hi-Y 4. CHARLES D. DEBRUI-IL Band . . . Rlaemr . . . Fun Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Football Club 3, 4. 2, Drivers nu-ls I Fl l3"l - ,fn vii g 1, 000 .- 'W' I 'ww V I e, Niv- X . 1 V' I . ,. . A ,tain bv 1' 4"'v-.- 73 Q l PHILLIP AUGUSTUS DIXON III bubble gum . . . movies . . . 2 nziley Football 2, Science Club 4. PATRICIA DoBBs pretly . . . cufneru . . . Texas Corpus Christi, Texas 1, 2, junior Red Cross 1, 2, Y-Teens 2g Basketball 1, 2g Nurses' Club 3, Vice President 33 Science Club 4, Latin Club 1, .2. GUY MCPHERSON DODSON, JR. jobn . . , rule . . . "Steady-going" Hi-Y 41 Science Club 3, Vice President 33 JV Football 2, Latin Club 23 Home- room Vice President 1. SHIRLEY DUELL laugh . . . Ford . . . Washington Dramatics Club Ig FTA 2g Office As- sistant 3, DE 3, 41 FNA 4. BETTY Lou EBORN Tweet . . . considerate . . . Cmuzun Typing Club 3, Script Club 4, Hi-Y 4. WILLIAM HARVEY EDWARDS Penny: . . . "Sax" . , . hundrorne junior Class Treasurerg Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Vice President 4, Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, Vice President 43 Student Council 4g Home- room President 2, 3, Treasurer 1, Bruin Club 4. WILLIAM J. EDWARDS AGP . . . quiet . . . nice Drill Club 3g Radio and Photography Club 4. CAROLYN JEANETTE EDWARDS Iincere . . . art . . . quiet Latin Club 1, 2g Script Club 3, 4, Junior-Senior Waitressg Honor Roll 1, 2 ,nf Kr' -6165? -fs-'UQ Y , .., i J 1 f".nf 14" ' pf 'Nill-3-v4 '1"'9f HI ,,, , .04 x .3 Q? Y sn-X 'T F.. 3 53: f'i1"" fb ,Q fi . lie' ' . . L , . - 'X M I . I WY? .5-7 v S .1 MARGARET ANN ELLIS Chewy . . . Phillip . . . Sleady Cvlee Club 1, 23 Choir 3, 43 Script Club 3. Treasurer 31 Homeroom Secretary 2, Treasurer -13 Bruin Business Staff 43 Bruin Typist 43 Latin Club 23 Junior- Senior Waitressg Semester Honor Roll 1, 2. CHARLES F. FALES, JR. Chevy . . . Liflle Ruriia Baseball 33 Bear Cub Club 43 Mono- gram 4, KATHERINE LOUISE FEREBEE Norman . . . popular . . . Innocent Bruin Business Manager 43 Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, Chaplain 2, Treasurer 43 National Honor Society 3, 4, Treasurer 3, Secre- tary 4g Student Council 2, 43 Marshal 33 Honor Roll 1, 2, 33 Latin Club 1, 2, President 23 Script Club 2, SCCFCYHIYQ Assistant Librarian 1, 2, 33 Library Club 13 Superlative 4. NANCY FERRELL zempef . . . likeable . . . fate National Honor Society 3, 43 Hi-Y 1, 2, 3, 4, Secretary 33 Bruin Business Staff 1, 2, 3, 4g Latin Club 1, 2, Vice President 23 Bruin Club 43 Student Council 2. MARY YVONNE FRANKS friendly . . . C.P .... quiez FHA 1, 23 Typing Club 33 Library Club 4. FLORENCE FAYE FULFORD piano , . . rhurrh . . . Jludier Dramatics Club 13 Latin Club 23 Beta Club 33 Typing Club 43 Junior-Senior Waitress 2. JAMES ALFRED GASKINS, JR. Parkway . . . Ghent . . . Chevy Latin Club 1, 23 Glee Club 23 Choir 33 Drivers' Club 33 Script Club 4. JEAN GASKINS quiel . . . Bridgeton . . . shorty 4-H Club Secretary 13 FHA 1, 23 Glee Club 33 Commercial Club 3, 43 DE Club 43 Typing Club Vice President 43 Hi-Y 4. my Q9 L, W .Y vuwffit TW' Q 'vvl A"f""'-'- SARA LOU GASKINS Editor . . . jack . . . tary Bear Cub Editor 4, National Honor So- ciety 3, 4, FHA 1, 2, 3, President 3g Hi-Y 2, 4, Glee Club 1, Dramateers 1, Script Club 2, Bear Cub Club 4. CELIA CAROLINE HAHN Bzlly . . . beanf . . . boo Latin Club 2, National Honor Society 3, 4, FNA Club 3, 4, President 3, 4, Cheerleader 2, 3, 4, Honor Roll 1 2 3 4, Bruin Staff 1, 4, H1 Y 4, Superlatrve SHELBY JEAN GASKINS bair . . . barketball . . . FHA FHA 1, 2, Home EC Officer 3, 4-H Club 1, 4, Typing Club 3, 4, junior- Senior Waitress, Basketball 1, 2, 4, Monogram Club 2, 3, 4. DURWARD W. HANCOCK rardr . . . atbletic . . . Little Rurria Football 1, 2, 3, 4, Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4, Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4, Hi-Y 1, 23 Stage Crew 3, Monogram Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Student Council 2, Auto Club 4, Super- lative 4. ERNESTINE GILLIKIN worker . . . dependable . . . "Teenie" Montreat High School 2, Bruin Staff 1, 4, Cheerleader 2, junior-Senior Wait- ress, Science Club 3, President 3, Dra- matics Club 1, Latin Club 2, Secretary '2, Hi-Y 4, Soccer 2, Basketball 2, Soft- ball 2, Honor Roll 1, 2. PATRICIA ANN HANSEN barbetball . . . ,beppy . . . :mile Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, Monogram Club 3, 4, FHA 1, Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4, Art Club 4. KERMIT LAFAYETTE GUTHRIE, JR. "Gut" . . . Ruffian Lover . . . :mall Football 1, 2, 3, 4, Baseball 1, Mono- gram Club 3, 4, Safety Council 3, Auto Club 3, 4, Radio Announcer 4. CAROL LEE HARDMAN typing . . . library . . . worker Typing Club 3, 4, President 3, Glee Club 3, 4, Vice President 4, Library Club 3. JAMES EDWARD HARDY, JR. v. ':'v. 111, it "7"'f' mer . . . glarrer . , .Hardyr I f ' I Il Football 1, 2, 4, Radio and Photography , Club 31 DE Club. A .V Q' r,v r FREDERICK DELANO HOLT Clara . . . rreufruf . . . Plymoufb Glee Club 1, Choir 2, 3, Football 1, 2 K, ,- A C""",' ""7,.-S? Agp 'CCSP Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4, DE Club 4. CHARLES ALLEN HARGETT band . . . DE . . . burer n 1, 2, 3, 4, Bus Driver 2, 3, 4, 'DE Club 4, Drivers' Club 3, Library Club 1, 2. ERNEST WILSON HUGHES Tennefree . . . rmarz . . . Jrience Hi-Y 3, 4, Beta Club 3, National Honor Society 4, Latin Club 2, Science Club 4, Basketball 1. -anv- fd' 'ai . -v' quam Qui' ROGER HINES "Rag" . . . joker . . . laugh Castle High School, Hawaii 1, 2, 3, Hawaiian Club 1. HETTY S. HOGAN FRANCES PERRY HUSSEY lauge . . . DC . . . talented National Honor Society 3, 4, Vice President 4, Hi-Y 3, 4, Student Council 4, Script Club 3, Vice President 33 Bruin Staff 3, 4, Girls' State, DAR Award, Marshal, FHA 1, 2, Latin Club 2, Honor Roll 1, 2, 3, 4, Superlative 4. CP . . . frerkler . . . perromzlzzy Homeroom President 1, Secretary 4, Dramatics Club 2, 4, Script Club 3, Assistant Librarian 2, Office Assistant 33 Hi-Y 4, s' DARLETHA IPOCK quzet . . . Brzdgeton . . . mee Brrdgeton High School 1, FHA 1, 2, Typing Club 3, 4. an-L., '7Ux ---seq, P new-:'f '-an FSH: its film. 1" 7-u?-br --um! ,Gain-am, CAROLYN JACKSON sweet . . . likeable . . . rule WILLIE THOMAS JACKSON "Bug" . . . Wilbur . . . looks Football 1, 2, 3, 43 Basketball 1, 2, Baseball 1, Track 1, Hi-Y 1, Auto Club 3, President 3, DE Club 4. ETHEL JARMAN nite . . . profile . . . quiet Latin Club 2, Typing Club 33 DE Club 4. CHARLES RAY JENKINS Newport . . . uore . . . .flow Glee Club 2, 35 Basketball 1, DE Club 4. EDDIE JONES Litzle Ruuia . . . "Marge" . . . fun DuPont High School 1, 2, 34 French Club 2, 3, 4, President 43 Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Hi-Y 1, 45 Basketball 3, Baseball 4, Football lg Brass Ensemble 3, 4. RICHARD H. KENT, JR. "Ford" . . . Jul:-fuk . . . slim Glee Club 1, 2g Choir 3g Football 1, Baseball 1, 3, 45 Basketball 39 DE 2, 3, Drill Club 4, Monogram Club 43 Dra- matics Club 4. EEEIE LAMM quiet . . . Woodrow . . . engaged FHA 1, 2, DE Club 3, 4. JAMES ALLEN LANCASTER "Stinky" . . . golf . . . tall Football 13 Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4, Mono- gram Club 2, 3, 4, President 4g Basket- ball Co-Captain 4, Golf Team 2, 3, 4, Captain 3, 4. SARA LINDA LOCKEY partie: . . . cheer: . . . Dodge Cheerleader 2, 3, 4, Head Cheerleader 2, 4, FHA 3, 4, Historian 33 Office Assistant 4, Hi-Y 4. REGINALD EATON LOWERY Ghent . . . "Triria" . . . Oldr Auto Club 43 Homeroom Vice Presi- dent 55 Band 1, 2. SUSAN MUSE MCCOTTER Prudence . . . peanulr . . .jfinerre Honor Roll 1, 2, 3, 4, Marshal 3, Sec- retary Sophomore Class, National Honor Society 3, 4, Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, Bruin Staff 4, Glee Club 1, 2, Latin Club 2, Art Club 4, Student Council, N.C. Student Council Congress 4, Junior-Senior Wait- ress, Superlative 4. ERVIN W. MCINTOSH art . . . Sumzyride . . . eyer Art Club 3, 4, President 3, Band 1, 2, 3. WILLISTINE MANNING Croatan . . . nice . . . quiet Honor Roll 1, 2, Latin Club 2, Typing Club 33 Office Assistant 4, Script Club 4, Hi-Y 4. MARTHA KAY MAULTSBY Rivenide . . . Doug . . . .fweet Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, Vice President 3, Secretary 2, Glee Club 1, 2, Secretary 1, Choir 3, 4, Secretary 4, Bear Cub Club 4, Bruin Subscription Staff 4, Radio An- nouncer 4g Superlative 4. PEGGY ANN MIDYETTE nice . . . .rtringbean . . . Pam Latin Club 1, 2, Script Club 1, 2, 3, Vice President 3, Beta Club 3, Nurses' Club 4, Vice President 43 Glee Club 1, Bruin Staff 33 Hi-Y 4, BETTY Lois MOZINGO C.P .... cute . . . nice FHA, Script Club, DE Club, Home- room Secretary, Hi-Y 4. rf g ar. fff sry 'Q' f' 11771 - '54 -H .p-..,-u- il, V-. i 1 'IVA 5 19" 75 PQ' .ywmwr-,, FP tl In . 3 i 'S --1 .L - . .... ,.. .....................,.- ..,s,., ALBERT KENNETH MOORE Geometry . . . "OldJ" . . . nice Football 2, 3, 4, Drill Club 33 DE Club 4. HELEN Lois MULLEN Jmaft . . . shorty . . . :weet Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, President 4, Monogram Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Secretary-Treasurer 4, Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4, Co-Captain 3, 4, Latin Club 2, Nurses' Club 4, Reporter 4, Office Assistant 4, Superlative 4. BETTY ANN OLDS BEN H. NELSON III' cute . . . skipper . . . nine Glee Club 1, Choir 2, 3, 4, Script Club 4, junior Varsity Football 2. intelligent . . . nice . . . office Girls' State, National Honor Society 3, 4, Treasurer 4g'Hi-Y 3, 4, Office As- sistant 4, Glee Club 1, Typing Club 3, Superlative 4. ROBERT MONROE O'NEAL band I. . hair . . . Jmart National Honor Society 3, 4, Hi-Y 3, 4, Marshal 3, Honor Roll 1, 2, 3g Jun- ior-Senior Waiter, Student Council 33 Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Band Board Member 4, Science Club 4, Script Club 2, Latin Club 2. ANNA KATHRYN OWENS Jborty . . . Ghent . . . nice Dramatics Club 1, 2, '3, Vice President 2, Secretary and Treasurer 33 Typing Club 4, Hi-Y 4. SHELBY JANE PADRICK C.P .... "Hug" . . . Jmort Latin Club 2, Beta Club 33 Science Club 3, FNA 4, Secretary-Treasurer FNA 4, junior-Senior Waitress 3. CHARLES EDWARD PARKER "Preacher" . . . Buick . . . football Football 1, 2, 3, 4, Baseball 1, 2, 3, 45 Basketball 2, Monogram Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Latin Club 2, Choir 2, 33 Glee Club 1, Auto Club 3. PM U.. .nary FR .rg JAMES PARSONS C.P ..., monfler . . . driver DE Club 1, 33 Monogram Club 3, 43 ,T Gi Visual Aids Club 4, Photography Club .4 fl. QQ I 7 A ' mi I 1 0-. 3 41' if 43 Football 2, 3f ROBERT ROGER PATE Buick . . . dame . . . golf Band 1, 2, 3, 43 Hi-Y 3, 43 Senior Class Vice President3 Band President 4 Script Club 43 Superlative 4. PAULINE PAUL quile nice . . . friendly . . . lmir FHA lg DE Club 3, 4. To 'jf FRANKIE RAY PETTEWAY 1, E A,. l ' l,'ClllLT'Iu if xii R' willy . . . loud . . . joker Hi-Y 1, 2, 3, 4, Chaplain 23 Basket- ball 1, 23 Football 23 Dramatics Club 23 Art Club 43 Glee Club 1, 23 Choir 3, 4g Superlative 4. PHYLLIS JEAN PHELPS Plymouth . . . cheerleader . roy? Hi-Y 1, 2, 3, 43 Student Council 4, Treasurer 43 Cheerleader 43 Glee Club 1, 23 Latin Club 2, Chaplain 23 Dra- matics Club 4g Office Assistant 4. WESLEY POTTER polite . . . can . . . lookf Holmes Bible College 33 Glee Club 1, 2, 4g Choir 3. MARY ELIZABETH POWELL lmir . . . WAF . . . driving Library Club lg Latin Club 2g Script Club 3, 43 Radio-Announcer 4g Bear Cub Staff 43 Student Council 23 Band 1. LUCY MARGARET PRICE quiet . . . nice . . . Jincere FHA 1, 2, 33 Librarian 2. 'tl A.-lib, Rib-S 'J , CHARLOTTE MARIE PURIFOY brains . . . considerate . . . quiet Freshman Class President, FHA 1, 2, 4-H Club 1, 4, 4-H Club Secretary 4, Junior-Senior Waitress, National Honor Society 3, 4, Home Ec Officer 4, Typing Club 3, 4, Vice President 3, President 4, Honor Roll 1. 2, Hi-Y 4. ' BETTY JEAN REID nice . . . quiet . . . friendly DE Club 4, Typing Club 3. KAREN ANN QUINLIVAN C.P .... all night . . . nice Beta Club 3, French Club 2, 3, Secre- tary 3, Library Club 2, GAA 1, 2. PATRICIA ANNE ROE pozre , . . queenze . . . sweet Cheerleader 2, 3, 4, Co-Head 4, Na- ,gp tional Honor Society 1, 2, 3, Hi-Y 1, 2, 3, 4, Student Council 1, 2, 3, Dramatics Club 3, 4, Science Club 1. HAROLD EDWARD RAWLS drwef . . . bool: . . . mae Basketball 1, Bus Driver 3, 4, Auto Club 3, 4, Rhythm Club 4. JOHN RILEY Ross, JR. manner-maker . . . dimple Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, Football 2, 3, 4, Script Club 4, President 4, Monogram Club 3, 4, Bear Cub Staff 33 Bruin Staff 4, Latin Club 2, Debating Team 3, 4. JANET FLORENCE REEL Carson . . . "Flo" . . . organ Glee Club 1, 2, Choir 3, 4, Latin Club 2, Science Club 3, Typing Club 4, Hi-Y 3, 4, Chaplain 4, Junior-Senior Waitress. ALBERT MCCALL SALEM looks . . . Wilson . . . mfr Wilson, N. C. 1, 2, 33 Sophomore Class Officer, Student Council 2, Key Club 3, Band 1, Cheerleader 3, Superlative 4. Cn' A4 .5 405. FSR '4 lib-ni 'Y' if CQ. All EDWARD ALBERT ANDREW CHRISTIAN GEORGE PATRICK DAVID SAWYER bard worker . . . mannefr . . . "Sfalliorz" Class President 3, 4, Bruin Staff 1, 2, 3, 4, Hi-Y 1, 2, 3, 4, President 2, Chaplain 4, Bear Cub Staff 3, Football 1, 2, 3, 4, Monogram Club 3, 4, Glee Club 1, Choir 2, 3, 4, Student Council 1, 2, 3, Latin Club 2, Treasurer 2, Superlative 4. KOLETA SHAW farkie . . . ref .... Glaenl Class Secretary 3, 4, FTA 3, 4, Secre- tary 3, President 4, Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, Bear Cub Staff 4, Bruin Staff 3, Spanish Club 1. JERRY ALBERT SAWYER ' polite . . . laugh . . . bareball Class Treasurer 4, Baseball 3, 4, Foot- ball 3, 4, Student Council 3, 4, Visual Aids Club 3, Secretary and Treasurer 3. MARY CATHERINE SHIELDS "Slew" . . . old Plymouth . . . nice Student Council 1, 2, 3, 4, Secretary 2, Council Delegate to State Convention 1, 2, Bruin Staff 1, 2, 3, 4, Glee Club 1, Choir 2, 3, 4, Vice President 4, Latin Club 1, 2, Superlative 4. LEO RHEM SCOTT intelligent . , , nice . . . curly FFA 1, 2, National Honor Society 3, 4' AZ.- ? Ei' "C"-,.... r' X J x fx MX 1 X ,iw 'L ' I '. A 1 Science Club 4, FFA Secretary 2. , lm 7 l hcl' ' HARVEY CARLTON SMITH "Terrie" . . . cardr . . . fun Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4, Football 2, Student Council 2, 4, Stage Crew 3, Script Club 4, WILLIAM HENRY SCOTT, JR. dependable . . . .rweez . . . IYG Hi-Y 3, 4, Treasurer 4, Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Latin Club 2, Superlative 4. OSEPI-I PATRICK SMITH oe Paz cute .fbort I I fx E' , , Xe? MQ. . .W, Q- il i 4 S-: l Auto Club 3, 4, DE Club 4, Bear Cub Staff 2, Homeroom Treasurer 1. .,u.....,,,...,,............... Szifffiu ..L.....,,-...,...a.... ..,... .V i........M..n.a...a..aww. nav'-et N-n. :iii f . .QV , ,H , 4 , 44 Y , 5 .Mgt iii ii IN .W " we W gi' .. ,' gg i is if WILLIAM LANCE SMITH III Donna . . . study ball . . . shotgun Woodlawn High School 1, Football 1, 2, 3, 4, Dramatics Club 3, Baseball 3, 4. HARRY GLENN STEWART rznile . . . friendly I . . nite Bus Driver, Auto Club, Drill Club. JOHN STITZEL Olds . . . lookr . . . "jack" Football 1, Basketball 1, Class Vice President 2, Auto Club 3, 4. ROBERT CLERON STOKES Jmdfl . . . peaceable . . . clever Chief Marshal, junior-Senior Waiter, Science Club 4, National Honor Society 3, 4, Superlative 4. SYLVIA STYRON hair . . . fun . . . driving Monogram Club 2, 3, 4, Basketball 2, 3, 4, Co-Captain 4, Science Club 4, Bruin Staff 2, 3, Cheerleader 1, Latin Club 2, Office Assistant 2, Speech Club 1 1, Dramatics Club 2, FTA 2, 3. ANN SWAIN .rmile . . . sweet . . . rinrere FTA 1, 2, 3, 4, Class Reporter 1, French Club 3, Service Club 3, FHA 1, 2, Glee Club 1, 4, President 4. DOROTHY TAYLOR cute . . . cheery . . . neat Glee Club 2, 3, FHA 1, 2, 3, 4, Cheer- leader 4, Secretary FHA 1, Vice Presi- dent 4, Hi-Y 4. PI-IILLIP BALANCE TI-IATCI-I steady . . . Margaret . . . dimpler Glee Club 1, Choir 2, 5, Football 2, 3 4, Monogram Club 3, 4, Hi-Y 4, Bruir Staff 4, Script Club 4, Stage Crew 3. JIM THOMAS flirt . . . typing . . . C.P. Student Council 1, 2, Football 1, 2, 3, 4g Baseball 3, 4, Key Club 35 Bruin Club 43 Choir 2, 33 Horticulture Club 3, Vice ,President 3, Varsity Club 3. HENRY BRYAN THOMPSON Edith . . . Camp Battle . . . eyer Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Football 2, 4g Stage Crew 33 Script Club 4. LENA ELIZABETH TILGHMAN i booty . . . height . . . quiet? Glee Club 1, 2, 33 National Honor So- ciety 3, 4g FHA 1, 2, 3, 4, Secretary 2, President 4, junior-Senior Waitress 29 Honor Roll 1, 2, 33 Hi-Y 4. SHIRLEY GASKINS TILGHMAN Mfr .... Tommy . . . nice Class Secretary 1g Cheerleader 15 FHA 1, 2, Basketball 2g Typing Club 4, Sec- retary 4. ROBERT EARL TURBEVILLE' "lover" . . . hootefy . . . hrtziny Honor Roll 25 Typing Club 33 Science Club 4, President Science Club 4. MARY FRANCES T YNDALL Bohhy . . . heat: . . . heware Typing Club 33 Art Club 4g Hi-Y 4. LAURA FRANCES WALTER Mickey . . . cute . . . rmart Bible Club 2, 33 Dramatics Club 33 FHA 1, 2g DE Club 4, Vice President 4, Office Assistant 1, Latin Club 1, 23 Junior Class Play 3. JERRY D. WATSON Duck-tail . . . portufe . . . C.P. DE Club 3, 4g Homeroom Secretary and Treasurer 4. - li ii, , 93,1 X ,-T, -TA'-Us A 3 Y - , -A ff df Fw Q wiv.. ..--f ' 135.1-'IGM Amin' ,im '. l 'QU-Q rdf., ii! ........,.w MARGARET TAYLOR WEST nire . . . eaxy-going . . . bypnorir Speech Club 1, Dramatics Club 1, 2, Library Club 1, 2, 3, Typing Club 3, 4, Library Assistant 3. NICKY WETHERINGTON fun. . .bez1r. . .tall Music 2, 3, 41 DE 4, DE Club 4. LORETTA JOAN WILLIAMS rlozber . . . pearl: . . . Yankee Scottsburg, Indiana 1, 2, Sunshine So- ciety 1, 2, Office Assistant 53 FHA 4. PATRICIA ANNE WILSON pride . . . lvurrirane . . . office FTA 1, 2, 3, 4, Vice President 4, FHA 1g Dramatics Club 23 Honor Roll 13 Office Assistant 4g I-Ii-Y 4. SHIRLEY JEANETTE WINDI-IAM S.C .... hair . . . petize Annual Staff lg 4-H Club Secretary 2, FHA Vice President 1, Band Secretary 13 FTAQ Student Councilg Lynchburg, S. C. 1, 2. DAVID WALTER WINDLEY "IVinky" . . . acrent . . . food time Football 2, 3, 4, Hi-Y 2, 3, 4g Latin Club 2, Monogram Club 3, 4g Bruin Club 4. JOI-IN EDWARD YOUNG lark . . . eyes' . . . pool Santa Anna, Calif. 1, 2, 3, Science Club 25 Photography Club 3, Science Club 4. PATRICIA LEE TYSON "sweetie" . . . short . . . typirt Future Homemakers 1, 2, Officer 2, Latin Club 1, 2g Future Nurses 33 Office Assistant 3. fax la' ' f'F.F2?'NfT , . ' .bww r' . ' ,fir-J ' 1 , - 1--. .A.-' . 4. I 4 . ' , A ?:'.- k1.f:f'.' 5 f E IW, -Q, fy-,.,.g.'g4-tg V.: . - 3 1 . .,,, f 1 .- .- , 3' L ' c'."' ,1'5,.R,,fs' qw ., . . - '-IA, 454, ','.!yy,'S z ' .V .L ,I .l. 4 .,, K. 2-.1,'.i.,. 1' ya IA-,,-.fl ' '. W jj I -A 'W Q 1 HY!! 1 1-' 5.',.- Fx 1' 3. "vigil 5175, 'T . 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G 40- 4x4 Betty Byrd Frances Cahoon Jimmy Caldwell ,r vis ,L .. rv vu I yn I av 'Vx .419 ' l 'ISV' Carl Capps Stephen Clifton Oswald Chance Sharon Coffey Kent Chastain Leon Collins Gordon Clark David Connor 1. . -3 .x 1 ,,: -fa. if Marian Cook Judy Cox Needham Crowe Donald Cuthrell is 'Win Iris Cuthrell Lynne Dailey Paul Daniels Charlene Denham James Edwards Paul Edwards Tony Diaz Claude Dixon Paul Dickerson John Dodson Carl Dixon Betty Lou Dorme Girls of the cast of Cracked Nut: ,..... 4'5- R Lx fa 4 T... 45 Q- A:- 5.--f 'Z-T" Iii Elaine Elden Jacqueline Estep I3 ' I . afrgw- 'igfsgif . ' ' -. 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Vw mx I ' Jello' will ll- 'YY I' I N A -,Nj 439' 'Zydf f X W ,,, - , .b I ..,.. ,f ' 3' 5- ., , , if 1, 3 v 1,5 W If f' X f , Nancy Matthis I Sonia Mattocks Toni Keimel Mary Louise Kornegay Donald Kennedy Pat Lawrence Gene Lewis Stanley Lewis Priscilla Lindsay Rosalie Lucas Truxton Mann Tex Martin Marsha Kersey Geraldine LeDoux ,i 'C W, Frances Ketchum Evelyn Lewis J. ,if H ig 'lf . j, :Qi Y 7 ' 72 ry f I 1 , iv- 1 . 4 .u'-,cfs ., ,, jf, , k w 5, 4 fx.,:.g YE Q Mrs. Helen Smith, advisor for the junior play. ,,J 5.Li7y1 'E 5 I ri' "i""" 'Q' Jon Meadows Albert Meekins ?i "io lk. -v--Q W 'US N yvxgvvg . S,- ,r,:x.v1 F' ,.,',ff.g,ax?gf r g . fp- ,, :P '27 Edgar Mcllwean Karen Midyette Gene Mcllwean Louie Mitchell Bobby McLawhorn Harold Miller Stage crew for the Junior play. -. ,L :. " ' 'il' ' -vyw. Richard Mills Betty Muse f David Montague Carolyn Nelson Kenneth Morris B. H. Oates I Terry Munford Gloria Olrls i ll I l P ll l Wire l 5 , bww, wi. A "N, wig? Envy-sf . cgi, ' ' , fr., ity! 5 ,.f. ' i sw, , 5 , M , is, I .""""9P f , X. vCA"""' my , .2 . Q A , -. , ' ffywx fa - 0' ' , T 1 3,1 t J .i ,, 7 'H .f lf lk. .X Sylvia Page Ida Mae Parsons Maryanna Paul Suzanne Perry Sylvia Perry jane Piner Faye Pope Jo Ann Purcell - ,f Q Donna Rideoutt ,P '6 9 ,gr .4 ,ak ' jim ' 3 A Q fi Nellie Purifoy Ronald Randall Sue Reeves Harry Robbins john Rhodes Charlie Rice Earl Riddick Steering committee in of the junior-Senior festivities. rv P x lf" ' ll! ,,, L. l 1 I l ' s P Sandra Roberts Fred Roebuck :Q ""' Patricia Rowe i 1-L' J- L in ll I. 'mc-'ALS .' .,- . Catherine Sanderson Pamelia Rowe Mary Elizabeth Saulter Mr. jimmy Smith-junior class advisor. Vivian Saulter Eleanor Seamster .v x ,r ,, 6 J . i , J 1 .!. 0:1 I l'f f . I 4 iff. '4 -' ,Zu N I, in it .ist f -- - we '35 . 5 Rig '- PE' 2 1 5, . IL " -,iq 5 tiff' RE'-'111 Lui 36:25-351 R oore G R" Y., Jackie Shadle Betty Smithwick Clair Simpson Eddie Stallings Alice Smith Leon Stanford joe Smith Elizabeth Stewart l 3 '21 4' X Delores Stephenson Ruth Stilley Ervin Stock Charles Strickland T iiifiififlifi Q, Mae ,la ,lf Z i ' ' F1 f 6 YW f ,,, 'ii "V 9 Q 9 j :1 ,. ' 5. V , W -i f , if . -1. 4 1 in 1, u if I, ,RFQ 4 W li wr, ff ' 'fir f f ,firffff 1 5059? 4 - A Wf l . :gh gf f . , . , f' f I 2 5 ' K f4w ff P9 'X fvf WZ? , f f if af f X' A1 Dorothy Thomas Edward Tyndall Jerry Thomas Richard Verrone Charles Toler Skipper Warren Bobby Strickland Richard Swindell Bennie Tingle Mary fBriteD Tingle Frank Sawyer If W . , ,f ' ' ' 7' J " .-:T l , J' fr 4 'Lf , , . . , - 194. Y ,Wf:3,7g1,.- f.,-fox -, dwg' 17 X """' 'M ,.f"' - -:L -, 1:1 .-A-ji?-' -,,,'-"L Chef-,.....4" f Adrian Waters George Waters 'U ln Q TW- -'V ,- 1 '- Q?" 5' ,F 1 AIN 1? .iq fi 1.5 ffl Jean Waters Alex Watson Xml 'I 2 1' vi? 43" jean Watson Mary Frances Wetherington Loran Whaley NOT PICTURED: Ashley Bell Ted Carey Tommy Evans Albert Karam Eddie Karam Howard Rawls Mary Sancllin George Sellers Nancy Singleton Faye Swinson Betty Whealton Billy White Barbara Whittemore 'Hx ,,,,.... V37 Manuel Vifilliams Shelton XX'illiams Vance XX'illiams Carolyn XX'illis 25 4 hlilton XY'oocl Pat Xlfoodard Donna Zacks Billy 'Iarrel l 1 The master of ceremonies presented fabulous entertainers from far away places. OUR KING and QUEEN Ah-the soft. sweet melodies of days long gone . . . mur- mured by Maxie, William, Frankie, and Bud . . . Emi: Valentine Dance .......f' -Jin-. Ulggoff, the monster maker." MARY ELIZABETH GARDENER and ROBERT GILLIKIN Sap' It l . - , -1 . k . 0 "' If qi 'fart 'f' if .4 'gl':-444 , pvvfr' 1499.1 rmfff., .frfsrfze,ffrY,' Qtirr .41 . gffff' flffffflfpfffff ufrrl-ffl-.ffrfi ugrfrrrffrrrf rr-r.rrrrp.rf' 'rrrrrl2,,,fI pf!-rr:'-pr' rrrrf J A fi., -.,,, -.,,.. 9 r ' c .. :,' .,, W , A ,i .' .42 xx -x.,-.. .V C. -:qi I-Z' 5A"'.'aif-x ,,u,:gg'E!'gg'f,+1 'v,' .. , .. ,-552, 914, V ,fd- "'." ' ui: 5-.f , 'f 1241.1 4,:fW. 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Jones Jean Jones Douglas jones joe jones Sonya CJKlllVVll1 Phyl l is H .inscn Sairali Hansen Laura Hardison Patsy H .1 rtlcy wq---' Charlene Hewitt Jimmy Hicks Ann Hodge Silvia Hoogendam Frank Horn Oscar Ipock Wendell Ipock Herman Ireland Thelma jackson Alice johnson fi 571 9,-1-Q-1.4-W, --rx e in---f 1 -1 11- were tv- Charlotte Kennel Emma Lou King W L-linda X X EE'Kornegdy 'Fc lj ei iflfl ifQfrtLane W Hmm f?Lane jack Lewis Doris Littleton Betty jean Lockey Michael Long Curtis Lupton Janice Messer Michael Miller Marylin Mills Edward Mitchell Bobby Mohn ....-,I 'AP 9 14? .vw 'YUM Elayne Lasater Billy Lansche Judy Lawrence Elaine LePlanto George Lewis 'ff' 41" Yvonne Lupton jean Manning Mollie McCotter jo Carole McDaniel jim McKinnon Ann Morris Donald Dunn Edith Moore James Moore Archie Revers Linda Morton Clifton Muncline Billy Murphy Bobby Nelson Philip Nelson Q-- I If I Amos Parker Georgia Parrott jo Ann Parsons John Partin Betty Ann Pate if' Ralph Polk Max Powell Wilma Price Nancy Provost John Pugh 95 1,3 'FT 's A , I 'E' ,B tl dt 1 fix' I c Y 1 it- Q Q . r, if so I. --..,, 5 ---.v I nay' P A -I'--v..-4, A Harvey Norris - Mary Norris , -at nw 'X if james l , O'Conner . -as. A """' '77 Nancy -gm O'Neal 1 'r l Loretta Owens mes- -5: 'f" mg J vqx Xt ,, . ' V7 .tx f lr: .- ' .63 1 -s" .4 fl ' 4.- L, , 1 ,'.t.. s V Carolyn Pate Amelia v- Padrick Rachael - Paul "A Joan Phelps 5' Michael . Petteway 1' R. . r! A Richard Quick Roger Ragsclale Mary Frances Ramsey Marguerite Reynolds Ann Rice , 1',x . 0' 1 Fi mx by tl Os l Q 4 I '4 y 1 Il l it 5 l, I 1 fi l i if l ll ll Frances Samia Pearl Sandlin Earl Sawyer Carole Savage Anita Slater Jackie Smithwick Barbara Stannah Frances Stewart Jean Stokes Pat Swinson AJ? Roger Toler Louise Trachta Margaret Trader Tommy Troutner Tomlinson ,N Q MMV 4, ' ,Q Shirley Ricks Lynda Rigsbee Larry Roberson jimmy Ross Katie i Rouse Annette Smith Aubrey Smith Billy Smith William Smith Wyatt Smith Gladys Sykes Dorothy Taylor Linda Taylor Sarah Taylor George Thomas Dorothy Ward Virginia Ward Mike Warner Jean Ann Waters Craig White Nr S 1 iv . Q ' .- Billy Willis Duncan Winfield Joyce Wingate Ray Woodard Henry Wooten 5 . 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Q, Q, 544' Q' ' v I Joyce William James Lance Lee Wayne Mary Ann A Austin Austin - Banks Banks Bartling 7' I J, f figs 5, L 1' fs 1 at 1 W is V A , y "l' " 'X , , f A A, wifi " ' . 4 A "' ' 'gri n Z if, I . ,ary .J 4 w r fe: Thomas Patsy Cecil Belle-oudry Bell Bennett Melonese Kay Ward- Bordeaux Brantley Bray Harry Fred Bennett Black Michael Don Brice Brinkley Ann Bland Lloyd Brinson 3 N I 3 . ,, of X Rachel Linda David Brinson Brock Brown Elaine Fred Pat Cain Cartner Carraway 'JF' Qxw f gf. ?Af'3' Q 1 W Tom Charles Cleland Conway :Yan f I AV f " EQ, ' ' r ,riff Q D 5 . " .... ,' , ' X s i',E.3,,X Iv vi! 'W -5Q:,.'ff"., 'v r a le 7 3 is H ., 1 b , 'xy n . l Y h-- -4 ' - x A l' Us J A f 4 ff 'll 4 ' 'EQ .1 1 N Bill Pat Benny COX Dalton Daniels Alice Donald Donna Eborn Edwards Ellers J" xii? VV! AZ., -iv, -'rf I Roger Brown Doris Chance Pat Cosner -X s Q- Peggy Daniels Jerry Ellers , 1 1 ,but I S: - A ,Y ,Nr William Brunjes Frank Chance Elizabeth Cotten .xr ,M .4 . 1 5. 'tv Annette Darnell Robert Emory S' Janice Bryan Delores Clagg Elizabeth Cauch 1 -33 L. T ss, . I ' 1 'K e f Janice Cahoon John Clark gaiiil i A .1 T .A ,.1 y , 3 Valeria Alan DeMers Davidson Jerry Beverly Eubanks Ferebee V ' 'l ' an mfr' ' , k f by Q of I I . 'X' x I' - Emmett Ferebee Otis Gardner 4' 'fs 4 Yf War fit .L 'Em' W! . ,. i , ps , , -Y f, I x joe Gray Barbara Hall 'f-, Vina Ferguson Betty Jo Gaskins Z , i F i Q XX 'X Rose Gaskins 41 471- . Al aug.-I ,af we A ,ZW 3 ... V' Qt john Gray H. D. Hall, Jr. .54 , N f as-' af' Harvey Franks Charles Gaskins Q Y-.8 ' ' 'Q i. S .-, . x , -V M 25' J Violet Gaskins W., x 1 Agua. f - N.. W r A V 1" R 1 , . 1' Mason Gray jackie Hammond V H, 704. wt? rv-1 ff' GFS Ray Tommy Susan Frayenholtz French FOHIHDH Danny Gracie Jackie Gaskins Gaskins Gaskins . twill, H W . , in j' ,si .- Tr , ' ,,.. Clifton Nancy Brenda Gentry Gibbs Glass V V gi., L1 In it Libby Marie Billy Gregory Grimes Guthrie Bobbie Gwen Tommy Hargett , Hargett Harman Lois Fulcher Martha Gaskins Elizabeth Goers KW f 1 iw it 4- f , Q 45" 'mm Y ,.. , N F' x gf Glenn Hale Billy Harper ,, i ,, 'i C I Q- i, -4 V lay' 1 ,-Q H. it Billy Hart Roland Higgins ,-X, 'US 'C' ,gi Wallace Holton - 'vi 9 il? Alton Jarman Phyllis Kindrick , vc 0, ,- '79 1 Philip Hartley Freddy Hill ax". X Xi John Howell .-ug, 1 J -ee , y 4. 6. f- .364 5' ,Q i .: Robert Johnson Wayne King f-'sl aff! vs' . E, . fx Ai' .Tl '. A Delores Harrison Thomas Hill -SJ- 1 5 'tow Y ,?"' Freeman Hudson Effie M. Jones Mary Knight f, x an sq "K 'B' 'fa '66 V 4 '-ur. Q, Q . all l 1:12, . Y -v QTKLY V V i -L l , s X 'Q L qu 1 , K, , 1- - 3 - - A si- :al 1- " - it '4 T'-... ri "M r M b if-Y V wa.. Q . 1 QE. I Johnny Lollie Nolan Eleanor Hawkins Hawkins Hayes Hicks Stevie Carolyn Dallas Martha Hines Holton Holton Holton M fx " ' H x Sophia jackson si. W'--. ,L '1,,,, . . lr "UQ W S 1? joe Jones Carlyle Koonce Patricia Jacobs -,. , ,f -... 'V , 5 x 4? L ajax- nf' Dickie Keel Rodney Knowles 410,45 - s., .f Y' john P. jannik H4 'IP fa, , in-5 w -ii 4 K wal Sampson Kellum Donald Lamb Q V 5 ,Mig XRX lx .los 4 YF? I ff I., , if.. 9' i ix Donna Kilby Agnes Lamn -:..mf -... . ...iw 4 f ,Q , 4 45- QLAW M I ' er 1 if , 'W ' w ,S ff . x il V 3: as ,M jimmy Lamn Austeen Lee 1 Doris Lee Doris McKeel Terry Midyette ,f "1 . V -Q '4 ' E Ji Q I , , if, , a I, 44 Q , , f 7 A Ronald Lamn Betty Lee ' f-'we rf +--r f zf' V, W A gf if , 1 X f gf 0 , aff J af if 5, 1 s i , ' a. . ' .,g,f,a,' 5 f, ' 1 f f T Q ' Q e ' if 'MQ Kay Lucas 1 , ' ng, , va, sa ' ,, as 'Z ' 'ff' jfiw- ' . . - M J ' 'rg f Q2 " N ' :leave 43324. Roger McLawhorn Tommy Midyette swim 5 Laughinghouse Laughinghouse ' V V ,V -' W , -, - . K , ii A- aux, -. aa Q J-Q H , ' ' 4 "Z 4- v H J 1 ,. ' ' ' ' 1' - ra , ' " ' V ig? ' " Q, , x ,. ,, V - t L 42 ,3 ,'e. 749. F. 4 L .f V ' f "e ' ' " A4 . ,,., , r ' f Marilyn Catherine Linda Barbara Roy Lancaster Lansche Lanier Harold Byron Charles Julian June Lee Lewis A Lewis Lewis Lewis ' if fi- ' , M , .,.. ' G r 5 , ' M -' ' 24: ,QW ' lx I if ,, i x ifiila r T r sa iff ' 5 Z, 5 Gene Lupton K ,nh mx ww , Y . A I i .f Hayden Jones Gene Mills Peggy Walter McCoy Mclntire if ' M V 1 4 HQQ g '-ai-as Wes M v 'Q .11 .avg ,Y "'?'J,- Q fs r , f it ' L 1-P' "wr Q 5 ff I as ' if , fl fr 5 Y 'Hifi' y I -F' ' .. at V all Pat Mason Edward Mitchell 4 as sz, fi Terry Maultsby Elizabeth Moore Ben McIntosh f L Vizzfii f L , A L In PQQ. I l N 'W' ,, iz fi ' it , Al. "" J- , ,af if s Ellen Meekins Tommy Moore ff ? - G 4 ' 42 '31- Alfred Melton George Morris lg b , 'N y . if X. .125 1 r ,- I . J l l r sl Eloise Nelson Monty Peyton 4 'w 2 , df Robert George Powroznik Price s 'L'-F I Evelyn Rice George Rucker 394 1 . I I Nfl 1' 'W Y Mike Neuville Louanna Poe 4' ' ix "A 'is xx if Q Grady Purifoy T5-'in -K 'W' y " A 'I . x 'S' Glenda Ricks i 1 Norman Russell 6 cr. ag Tj A 1 45. V. Fred O'Conner Jean Powell ,Xu A K is A r fi' ,. vw' rf Jack Ragan . 1 5 -L , X. F Y 4x -:' ef- 1- QV' Thomas Riley Barbara Salter ! f..-v Si . I 1 Penny Parker Mary Powers 4' Ruth Rawls GT' fzr James Ritter Erma Sawyer Z5 ziggy 'Z J, . 4149 - if , Q rf f . 5 Ax ff V aa Q , aff? ,V janet Sawyer George Smith Alice Starr Avy. . K ,, V, , ,. -gr' f la 4 if Dale Stroud Leon Toler W i Shirley Scott Fay Smithwick X ,T rg, i V, f ,bg i .V VV,r 'J 'inq r -'af " ",: :" - N V, Charles Donald Tomml' Sue Sawyer Sawyer Sawyer Schoenberger Kay Myrna Richard Steven Smith Smith Smith Sm1fh ,Eta 73324 ifwruwis ,AVQ V2 'X 7 1. 1 il . if :Lv fm' Q f I v, , A ,fy NK VZ!!! Michael Carolyn Jessie Marine Stearn Stilley Stilley SUHCY My i s I , 1. ,I S f ye -f , 4 ' Q L . ' . cf' Z .evr A 5-'Q I Charles Sutton Donna Tripp Q 1 t i , I Sarah Sykes Winston Tripp W A -K , f., wr. 5' S -. ,f Q , J f 1 3 fix ", 5 QU' . . ., n lr . , N Betty Taylor David Troutner Curtis Tilghman Tommy Turbeville Barbara Stockman ., 5, iw 'S 5 M ,A r R . ff J . Y - ' it ' 5 ,r.r ,:,,w,,.4 . . 7,3 L Norman Tingle David Tuten " Q V ': - - -,MP ii ifz. " i f 'S- W' 'N .s sl T Eugene Seamster Danny Stallings , N, 'Q 01-T .lm Alai if 4 4 -L .,.l r - - Wanda Tingle james Tyndall Wg,yq:r':ji:j , Qu I ft? ,V w 1 J t ' 10" 'Vg L, A 4 ,M N- if u L '5 Si' I . mmf. L- .Ve J F r .'v. ,f'. . .rl4N "', e 5 - V f-. I in..- C v .4 ' iw, l RQ, V I Q. 's 1 fi -.ir 'fx 'A 1 X 1 , ,.i,.x 'i 'dlp nl - .-v V ." 1 -E11 xg Guy William Nancy Thad Peggy Sam Homer Arthur Vogel Wall Wallace Waters Waugh Wellons Earl Janice Bettie Faye Linda john Kitty West Wetherington Whaley White White Whittemore Whitty We are .wrry to report that pirturer for the following Frerbmen were not a1failable.' Gary Brooks Karen Hausman Marion Murphy Geri'-ldiflf Sfholtz Alton Caton Doris Lee Harvey Norris JOYCE Smith Jimmy Caton Robert Mills Jean Norris John Tomllflsfffl Colton Caton Rose Mary Morse Loretta Olson Ralph Wefheflngton jobie Gaskins Faye Mozingo Pat O'Neal Theodore Vfilllfm Ebofn Walfel' Pate P' "V M 5 ' 45 X I '-1 sv-' ' - - -- fy i K Q 7 Q, f 7" 1' zz- , 6 ' F Q- ' Dv , ' K ' ,r'!+l - , A 5' . c- - l ' z' ' ' ' I ,af 4: . 5- R' 1 o fp A . Q- . A ' ,. -Z ' i if - I, , '5 'CI' f 1-A, ll , -R y - " s ' b -4 I 'L ji . X' f 2 X5 - Robert Dianne Glenn Herbert Roger Emily Audrey Wiley Williams Williams Williams Williams Wfillis XVilson David Linda Brenda joseph Louis Janice Elizabeth Wilson Woodard Yelverton Zjac Zaytoun Gentry Ivey H Mrs. Roy Tucker and Mrs. C. L. Atkinson have the big job of feeding New Bern High School students. Our Cafeteria. Please! You're making me hungry! 1,5 , 'FA N . 1 .Hr x 7 l. -KN " auf! RW. jfs' LK- WQJ 1'-"Lf-Q N KN, Nx,. Q' K f. ' 'S' qi- in ...JV ww- X 1.5, gb Q W "' mx Q' , W '-if H: If -A... -.l my N Ni. uk, Y V 'wx .QW Q- QP' f 'wr- LA . ,. N .uk E fifvww Q swxwfw., . , .. , I A -1, X N 'Wy QA 'f ' ,J 4 , 9'-,. 1 -in " Lf' A16 an I film M ww 'wi If 7 r in. U 91 H' "-, - A 'J f Q- N or . I ,L V. , , QW ,. - sq 7,1 Y , it X5 'f - A E' XF V X wg W- X 1 .W ' 1 X .9 Q, '4-.wk A Jr -1 4' in N 1 5 ff 4 CHRIS BREMER Prefident TERRY MUNFORD Vice Prefidenzf Student Wozzfzcil PHYLLIS PHELPS Treafzzrer QSQ3.-.ag CHARLOTTE KENNEL Sefrelfzry TTD , fv- , ni 2 T ' , ,',C 0 , . N, ,q NB V 411 'I ' ' ' - t 4 -. - .,...,,....,.....,,.,,,',.W..:zz... .. . . - , ,V t+ V .av ....f. WHY' ,-.,,.,,,.-an-if .,,........ ,,,d.Q..,.,.,,,:,... V ,E -........ A iw i ....... , .. . .. A . Hruia Stitvrial Staff A W DONNA ZACKS BUD BLEDSOE KITTY FEREBEE Anociate Editor Editor-irz-Claief Bufirteff Manager CHRIS BREMER FRANCES HUSSEY SUSAN MCCOTTER ERNESTINE A. D. SAWYER Sporty Editor Art Editor Feature Editor GILLIKIN Subfcriptiort Mgr. Senior Editor MARY E. GARDNER BILLIE LOU FAYE FULFORD MRS. ILA MAE MRS. WHITLEY junior Editor BARNES Typift ROEBUCK Financial Sopb. Editor Editorial Advimr Advitor J 14 W 2 g.. 1 1 I I 1 1 gn, 1. . nazi' 1, I v.- I 1 I A . ,..,, nw aI an ln ri 'x 'R x . .... -vs- x L U16 l6'ruir1 Kusincss Staff E716 Bruin Subscrzpfivu Staff me H--. ...-.i..... THE p p NEW. BERlfI,vlY. C., ocfronnn, 1955 1 MEN NEW BNNN HIGH Salmon REPRESENTED AT t RI HARD we CITIZENSHIP CONVENTION IN wAsHlNGT0N4 ons on students. ve guess- 's Fresh- : remem- fln high f change e had to us which freshmen. gtpleasant, turning to icing new at the fng a dif- 18 are all a fresh- .ve to go tribula- smen of I to the N' student wned l. nior and ne from 'reshman nsent the e Beauty Saturday lcreation ogan' at ltgeleuren . .aj tfitlowsst . gg I , 3558? p ..gl'!Bar- itlfpwal- llyfjliller- Fsffeifl-une lp W' ' nd 19-min- Tmt Us 8 57 with Mayor Mack L. Lupton. Chris Ilrt-int-r, llud Bledsoe. Celia ' Hahn, und .lo Etta Hopkins, along attend- -L IT....,.....l....,.. lll,.,,L2.....-,. New Q U i I l i 1? BEPVU LPUUUUIIL LHB lllldfllllllslllls of the hope and fear, the belief and ' H doubt, the determination and frus- tration, keeps the minds and affairs .of people in a state of turbulence that destroys their perspective and dims their vision of liberty. Americans, down through the cen- turies, have never hesitated to make the choice between liberty and de'l!Jif?I7-, . , t representatives help usgkeep rxidetenses sufficiently gltrong to enable us to ward off out Side attack but lt is each lndlvid ual's full responsibility for protec cams of inward 'erosion or dis pentent. Such protection can come through an understanding on Nursing News Newly elected officers of the Nurs- ing Club are as follows: President. Celia Hahn: Vice-President, Peggy Midyetteg Secretary and Treasurer. Shelby Patrick. A fairly new club in our High School, this club was first estab- lished during the fall of 1954, when Miss Elizabeth Williams joined the faculty This club appropriately named the Nursing Club was estab llshed for those girls who are 1n terested ln the field of nuismg and tional talents in this dnection However even though those who do not plan to become a nurse nxav Week The first week in October, 1-8, was set aside by the journalists of thc United States as National News- paper Week, honoring all the news- papers of the United States. l J l I1 O , HEADS HIGH S New lit-rn tortttnzntaz it Sp:-zu' as o Spa-at' is at I att:-ntl:-cl C721 bury, wht rf I:ill'lll'lfll' ol linttt' ht- att llawaii in l ve.-1'sit5 at veircd the tl lli'ZtllOll in l print-ipal re Doctor' Of Et Prior to 4 Ntw Bern, . district prim school clistr This distric- school and tl Our new 1 has two da' three, He at ing their ht Neuse river. City Highwa Clubs 0: The clubs School were day, Septem ly by our fr It has bee club will ll weeks. The are an excel: meeting timt a later date. 1, Each club serve as a Bi duty will be' cerning his designated 2' CUB. t ...i....g - -? The National Newspaper Comnnt-i N tee issued an invitation to all they l11,,l school and college papeis to Ulf' Semi' help celebrate this week l Wlllod l C Each Near in the Nocietx s annual l YUDU 5 to Cl clxtlcai seruce Judges selett 50 of 101 the Hon the nations distinguished high Bath 0119 school papers for the Gallup Auald 4 'Uh tote-1 0 These papels are selected on the l their letfelq basis of two things the actinties Vtlllh 'meg ind proJects calmed on bw the pa em YI U' I f. , t 1 " ' . ' - ' , t - , - - - .- T 1- it i,i. ,Y,' 5 . . . . . ' L ' 1, , ' 31, 1 , ,. v , '. . ., '. I . ' 1 X ,1 . ?-.jtr tionnot our freedoms from any proc- are planning to direct their voca-, , . ' -, - 1 3 ."-X" -- ' - V I '. ., if-36155. - . - - ' ' ' ' 2 ' . 'Y A - :- qv-Qf, ,. J. V' W A 2 . , 5, - . S ie' c Q15 I J, 'tp f x L ,ff sr -' ,J --egg x 'fs ' -'X K .L X Q sagi- Q , :gi viii J 'A ' 4'lf'ff53 i , ' ' ..' I , H , ?'i:'23l 11 " Qia n 4 If - if - - f s, 1 Xif.'fE's. . J.. f - nr ,gfgzii if-' ,. ,1 QQQQQ f f.1'5?5- . is Q ' f " 7 ' ,pfrvlfigff x ' L. 1---....g., A ,N . 94 g V:'.'I,j, of 1 me 1 VHA- 4 V -.-, si, K .,,M ,-ggi. . ,Q wrw--"""" ' x v fa, Mfggf' ,. 5254-1 .- L 1 .M Q wid' 'N A Che Hear 6115 Staff REPORTERS Miss Lucie Hodges, advisor, says a commendatory word to Sara Lou Gaskins, editor-in-chief, and to Terry Mumford, associate editor. N. H 8 I A x- 1 71 : ' . IE. , ' . 1- , Y' Aff R X 1,-at - I 'Li - w.f,.,-L17 1 ' ,.,..3..,43-3..,' ' y . fb . w V ,lpn 1 . A :'f4g213?.2,-2.-A J '?9?1'i1"' 1 w.'.'f':- e 'R-. - A 3 ,..4!g '- v' ' ' -: ' -' . . b 4 . 1444- ' A . 5. ' ' ,nz -P L, ' 'T ' ,yi-Q1 QQ,-j , A . , '1 -D1 '- . V ,:'41. N-I. 1 U J , A f - 1.-.S bl' ' ' "':v.. iq, w ,fy '-- , , , ,. . ' V ,1 1..,:,- .QL x'A 1 f V1 . - -. f x , ' If ' " ' ' ' J. X N '- i"ihi195'f 1 , - fi 14" " ' ' n i '33 , , ,.,.. ,, I ,f 1 J. I N C X as - As- ,si ,,,' ' x 1 0 P66 Q n'0g QW' A A A S A Gzrls' Lflzrfrus Hays ' Glen' Klub FAQ , , , UG OC 'Q c z l I l 5 - f , M '7 r ..- "J-align' i T x E ' Mft' i fl 'I' Ng' -, A ll- Hp, wg' , ll I I 4- 5 if A-P 03 ni "' t 6 A I, cf o T ' -lg all y., 5 A la A XT, A ' ii I l Y A V A .H A I AAA - A 'fl ,4 Kzzppella Glmir The A Cappella Choir has long been one of great esteem, winning superior ratings at the district contests for the past nine years. This choir is one of great versatility, in that it can sing any type of music-operatic, religious, secular, popular, classic, or spiritual. During the year the choir participates in three regular concerts-plus carol singing at Christmas time. The choir helps its members develop a sincere appre- ciation of good music, and allows those who are i talented in music to further their interest in this field. All this is made possible by the capable director of the Choral Department, Mr. Donald Smith. PIANISTS and DIRECTOR- GIRLS' CHORUS, Lollie Hawkins: BOYS' GLEE CLUB, Tommy Midyetteg DIRECTOR, Donald Smithg. CHOIR, Annette Smith. Alias Ceuvrs So,mz14rf5 A lu. 1505568 n F' . ll-MQ New Ecru Jfig BAND OFFICERS Left to right: Billy H. Edwards, Presidentg Mr. D. L. Walters, Directorg Eddie Jones, Vice Presidentg Marion Cleland, Librariang Betty Whealton, Secretaryg George Fuller, Junior Representative. Q, ' v 8. Sclzwl Cfouwrf 1671114 i I . r I E 5 RHYTHMAIRES V . ,. W. ,,,,., S 3.15, fi, E l d d , Q14 d Vi 9 A 1 dr ry mpson and Betty Whealton I W I A , I sf-I il 0' ' if V V I , d il .J : v A D " . h 4 5 ' ' -. V. X 5 ' A' , " d MTL, N Richard Verrone, Jimmy Hicks, Teddy Burwell, Jimmy Hunnings, Billy Edwards, Hen Tho , Marching Baud E711 61111 Hand Dfw ,Majvr Wlajarefics jean Stokes, Teddy Holten, Martha Gillikin, Linda Gail Robmson, Edxth Boclenheimer, and jo Carol McDan1e1 FV N -f rf ' ' i ff? 5 I 4 J V' . Q"'fif3:xT lf., R' . affgsl,-,,.j,. X, ,Q 5132-wtf: '. 1:-'R .jf 1'i'Q5p'g" H .wins ' yn: 54 :,, sw. s V' 'ff":"'-'V x V v x. FW 'PF 1 V if Eh gli ,,-' ' I ' . V I I 6 ?i,gi'm?fBlfHj1 55? I Hg j EEN F W F M , I , A A J ' , 4: V QE? - Ei hone LE Lo '- ,ML A -Font 495,16 pkdvj 04' YOU: e i J if mlm I1 I I ' O A - amiga .snmeg l Us l FF WB il if f f? iii U MQ it Urga ' s . 1 ' 4 , s I . Mfr 1 . . l--1 1.1. -1.-, gl , 5 I -1' I 5 JI ' M 1 . X -977 2' ft 'llfffl L I f.- . I f X Y If " 5' 3 7. 7 ' J :!15' t" ,INCGV N O' , .rf 4,5 , ' '4 Kim, f . I gui?-:""'. ,. , A X Wg-K5 .- nv ' ,hy ,qw-1 ' 9 O 111 . gill? , I. 'ALA X A 4 5 A .1 A c 1, A111 , me? "5fH j' A.3 l ff.' V' ' ' 1 A gg - , '1 LL W ,JY Lv W sf C... reef r 2 f A Wx jr I i A A Q ,U ,Naizoual flvrzor Society On February 15, 1956 the New Bern High School Chapter of the National Honor Society was inaug- urated under the sponsorship of the older Kinston, North Carolina Chapter. Here are recognized those who are leaders in character, scholarship, and service. These are Charter Members in a new adventure-and shining examples for those who follow! Sponror . . . MRS. LILA SMALLWOOD ' These are the athletes of the school-knot neces- sarily those who score the most points, but those who play the fairest and do their best. Promoting good sportsmanship, increasing stu- dent support, and participating in the sports program are only a few of the many activities engaged in by the Monogram Club. Spourorir MISS FRANCES FISCHEL MR. WILL PITTMAN Jlflrfuogram 61116 Scnivr Girls' Z7ri-J-li- lf Our purpose: to create, maintain, and extend throughout the home, school, and com- munity, higher standards of Christian character. In the sentence is the summing-up of all that the Tri-Hi-Y stands for. By example and deed, rather than by word, these girls seek to promote the ideals of all Christians. Far from being perfect and righteous in all that we do, we seek self-improvement above all else. Acizfiror MRS. MARY BULLOCK OFFICERS HELEN MULLEN Preriderez MARTHA MAULTSBY Vice President ELIZABETH BARNHART Secretary CAROLYN BUNCH Treasurer Smivr Hays Hi- Z! Striving daily to create, maintain, and extend throughout the home, school, and com- munity, the highest standards of Christian character, these boys first improve themselves that they may set an example for their fellow students. Helping the poor, holding services, and promoting Christian ideals are all basic services of the Hi-Y. Advisor MR. JIMMY SMITH . Y 5 "' 4 ' 'grriri X OFFICERS 1 Q U VK- BILL scoTT Q Trearurer J? Xxx CHRIS BREMER " "M" Secretary 'M' "' BILLY ATKINSON Prerident BILLY EDWARDS Vice Prerident OFFICERS LANE ABERLEY Preiidenz DONNA ZACKS Vice Preridenz CAROLINE ASHFORD Secfelary BARBARA WHITTEMORE Tfeafwer junior Girls' Cridfi- lf Composed of all the underclassmen, this organization, like the Senior group, strives to- promote Christian character and example through their daily living. There is something radiant about a Hi-Y girl that reaches out to everyone she meets. Adzziror MISS SARA GREENE I I I I -It n A . junivr Hays' Hi- Z! By attending church together, by planning help for the needy, and by practicing Chris ianity in their daily lives, the members of this Christian organization learn to get along with their fellow man. Admired and respected by their classmates, they strive ever for self-improvement and unselfish attitudes. MR. J. F. HOCKADAY Sponfor wx, - ..Q. I "ER K OFFICERS JIMMY HICKS Treaiurer JON BURXWELL Chaplain DICKIE QUICK Vife Prefidenl AUBREY SMITH Prefiderzt MICHAEL LONG Serretm-5' ,nonn- . ., :W fl A 'ff te 1 f 5 4' V f rw . , .,.. .JI .Q 1595? . 1'. 44 , x 'N ',,:xk,, 4' ' 3 1 'vm -' fx X ' ,Lili V- ,riff f"jtJg!v 3-Q., , ,,,x wwf., 2 .ik wma, '7 f .www , f f'fv2X'r'fX, :gf 441, M, f, 'P E3 ag 'M 1 , , , , ag if aw Q8 S '+ A K' 5 1 Iv. Q A ,- .I-V, J, 'iffy . J "' if ff + , if I u , , 4 ,"", , . -Q... 1 I N , iv"Q.,L, Ha: yfx wi 1 W fi A , ,Qi 25: . , ,zwg , Qs . Y Jill? , wg V Sw M ,, " 2 ? - . , '- " .' Q, . 1 ,M x I 1 Qu? 'gulls 1 w ' E E ,4 1 ,, JT' K W ' ' V '- i-1, E 3 5 if A x ' 3 J ' ' ' ff-' , rw., .W 7 M , ,jimi a,:i,5:f f x 19" ' , r. " Y' "25'?7- ui 'fy .T 4 , 5, A 'MH' "' W A-, ' ' gg E. K by X 3 ' r ff-,glsiliy EL 4 W. ' 1 ,f -Q-alfggfi - D ' If,'.-13 's 1.511 2 Ji 7 iii, T171 mfrif' Af ,z 'ii Q," 1 . ' Fffizf Q-isfr 'f,,f'f-5-ufTfQ 5 '41 ,. 'EQWHP if J A , 1 - Q, l5,1fig?fg'5gg g,-fb 1 - gif if 1 .Q f V my "2 I' V H 1 W-1'-f, f1,., 14 f 1 ' 5,92- L r-. Q 59 'P X sf 'fa fe, wi, ?z1furc Zfmchers of ,America ' ' 3 l l Y N it OFFICERS Secremry CAROLYN PATE hm X Preiident KOLETA SHAW Vice Prefident PAT WILSON Treafurer BARBARA COWELL The H. B. Smith Future Teachers of America, sponsored by Mrs. Martha Gardner, was organized in 1951. Its goal is to interest students in teaching as a career, and to cultivate within themselves the qualities of character and personality essential to successful teaching. The members get an early first hand acquaintance with the prospective careers when they are called upon to substitute for teachers, to help with the pre-school clinic, and to attend the state teachers' meetings. an 'f"?:""""!"'1 x HK mm Q W 1 Avi , P v gf 4 f v in fmefj, W I ,411 67116 Beauty . . . lines . youngest of New Miss Iola Taylor. OFFICERS Trearzzrer MARGUFRITE REYNOLDS S 6H'.?fc1?'j,' EDWARD TYNDALI. Prefidem NANCY GASKINS Vire Preridenl EDDIE STALLINGS color . . . perspective . , . just a few of the items so interesting to the Bern High School Clubs, The Art Club is under the sponsorship of 'xv :s5l'l'. I lr J if an 'H . at fe fn, In ' w fg' 0 O I gin , Alu I ra ',.,. lla Hui"- 'lrliizl hints! Bali' Scrzjvf Klub OFFICERS JOHN RILEY ROSS ................ ...... P reridenl JO CAROLE MCDANIEL ..,,.......... Trearmfer SIDNEY CORBETT .............. ,,,... C lmplgin CAROLINE ASHFORD .... ...,..,......,. S em-emry ALICE JOHNSON .......v.......,. Vice Preridenz Sponmrr MISS ROSA ASBELL MISS MARGARET DUNN MRS. PAT STEWART MRS. JAMES MCKINNON The playwrights and radio announcers of the future-here their first writings and ideas are formulated and put to good use on our own radio program, "News and Views of New Bern High School." The right tone, good expression, and good arrangement of a program are an integral part of the training received in the Script Club. 5? , E fx If X ' 5 e 5 I l I f ..-, .M x X gr'-:H-q .41 -NX xqgllg gg' T " f dx- fam, Y 1 'el' 'V . nf., . ii " J . ,Wai -wh-frm .,....., .. ' - 'IL --099' , 1 " D U ..-.fwr-'sm-.Q v - . y x X I .I X X X in +54-9 K Q -P .wa-w.:-.N Q' m 1.e.va..1szf.' .1 ' A - I5Z24,.4!"f' 1 , V Q JY ' Y ,xi ,.,.,: U I ' 1171 X . i f llfh- 35, -if.: 1 1 ' -I' 'i tm 1- 'SE 1- Qlizf 'I xx' ff '?f1.., ,Y ur. 1 70... -ul. 3 A I 2 Surfer Ezzfure ffvmemakcrs of Amcrira OFFICERS: President, Lena Tilghmang Vice President, Dorothy Taylorg Treasurer, Evelyn Lewisg Secretary. Pat Rowe. S The Senior F.H.A. is made up of junior and Senior girls taking a course in Home Eco- nomics. The purpose of the club is to promote a growing appreciation of the joys and satisfactions of homemaking. junior gllfllfci' J-fmfefrzakfrs T af Amcriva Su-F M 4-N 5 OFFICERS: President, Betty jo Gaskinsg Secretary, Louanna Poeg Treasurer, Patsy Bellg Vice Pres- ident, Audrey Wilson. The junior F .H.A. is made up of Freshman and Sophomore girls taking a course in Home Economics. The club colors are red and white. These colors are symbolic of home life, which is important to every girl. I ,mo bv " 'lin' flyffllfl club OFFICERS: Secretary, Gwendolyn Hargettg Vice President, Meloniese Bordeaux, Treasurer, Jed Williamsg President, Libby Gregory. The Rhythm Club, under the sponsorship of Mrs. Margaret C. Willis, is for Freshmen and Sophomores exclusively. Its purpose is to help the members learn all types of dances to develop the self-confidence and poise that dancing encourages. Svdabfas Zafiua Laborate, Servi, Laborate Ut at--' 'iR.J lp F57 Qs. OFFICERS: Vice President, james Rossg President, Charles Carawayg Treasurer, Billy Guthrieg Secretary, Gail Robinson. The purpose of the Latin Club is to provide an organization to create and promote inter- est in and understanding of the history, customs, and ideals of the ancient Romans. Every few years the Latin Club sponsors a Roman banquet for the entertainment of the public and for their enjoyment. Corresponding 5'ec1'ezm'y KAREN QUINLIVAN Treasurei' BETTY MOZINGO Recording Serremry PAT ROWE Preridezzr EUCLID ARMSTRONG Vice Preiidenl ' LAURA WALTERS Promolion Manager MARTIN CRITCHER D 6' Cflub l The New Bern DE. Club is made up of members of the Distributive Education classes. These students earn while they learn in the field of distribution and retailing of goods and services. In the morning, the students attend classes and participate in all school activities. In the afternoons, they work downtown in various retail and service stores. Sponsor, MISS MIRIAM KOCH Drzzmafics 61116 I 3,wv,'x. OFFICERS: Sue Reeves, Secretaryg Tony Ray Bond, President, Pat Roe, Treasurer. There's a little of the actor in us all. Haven't we all, at one time or another, longed to be "in front of the lights." Through this club, we are able to test our abilities to "ham it up." Learning to keep facing the audience, learning the techniques of make-up, attaining the right voice inflect'ion are all a part of the Dramateers' program. SPONSORS: MISS LOUISE ANDERSON and MISS HILDA GORDON. x I I , ra l' Cl ' af 6 lf mlm: Kilim? and Composed of boys interested in the study of radio and photography, this club strives not only to study amateur radio and its rules and regulations, but also to learn the parts of the camera and the best possible methods of photography. Such a plan offers interesting and entertaining programs for talented young men interested in radio and photography. There was such an increase in membership this year, that the club developed two separate departments. Mr. Z. T. Koonce, instructor in the department of Industrial Arts, is sponsor of the New Bern High School Radio and Photography Club. Radio Department WN ,. aw... . aa .,..A,,w.,. W L Wlzatvgraplzy 61116 Y OFFICERS: Radio Qlub President, Richard Smithg Photography Club President, Dale Stroudg Vice President, Robbie Danielsg Secretary-Treasurer, joe Edwards. Photography Department A , -, -- .,,. ,.. . ..,,...l.-.g.i.,....,f-o--V -' - ..- ,.......,.4.....-,,. . I ..,, A fl, ,,,,, - . .... ,A - A , . .........-.4-.y --- -- , . ,,.. ,.......,.-v- .. . ., .,.,...............-V - -V ,J .. .........-. ,-.r - - Q 2 Drill MR. WILL PITTMAN S pomor 1 PLATOON LEADERS Bob Bowers, Charles Buie, Wendell Ipock, Coach Pittman, Max Powell, Charles Hargette, Dick Kent. 61116 Nurses 611111 OFFICERS Reporter HELEN MULLEN Vire Prerident PEGGY MIDYETTE Serretary-Trearurer SHELBY PADRICK Pferident CELIA I-IAHN The members of this club are preparing for a career to aid their fellow man. Most of these girls are convinced that they want a career in nursing and are serious in their pursuit of knowledge which will benefit them in the fu- ture. MISS ELIZABETH WILLIAMS Sponmr Ania glllb OFFICERS Prexideut HAROLD MILLER Vice Prefidenl VANCE WILLIAMS Sefrezary-Treaiuref' EDDIE KARAM Program Cbairmmz DONALD ANDREWS MR. DONALD SMITH Spomor f-.Pg Maud-35' H . . - 42 s kv ,I 7 , M1953 1 4' M., . Ai, fgfalfqj g -l 4.321 4 .5-. '-pg... - ' ." 1.:"- ' KI- 1 . . ,. 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Blll GMD 0 ,fl ,N ri mam HAH CLAMD 7 O What confusion ! l HAR CUNIL - . ,,x, :R fl' Ill We aspired to stab the Yellow jackets Behold our Shining Knight! L , -l 7955 Awards Danforth Award GEORGE SHRIVER -vga... Valedirlorian ' ANN ADAMS A. LZ7' sf? -5- A' ' "A 7 S:ienreAu'ard x . '7 J I BOBBY ERNUL Md Bo yi Stare BILLY ATKINSON S al ulatov lan LINDA GIBBLE wx wi Boyi Slate was if CHRIS BREMER P' Senior Gnly bonmed by Wfofnan J Club Cztzzemblp Department SUSAN MCCOTTER FRANCES HUSSEY PATRICIA BOYD KITTY FEREBEE Cb1ffMa1Jbal BOBBY STOKES 1955 Danfortb Award SUE WAYNE Gulf Stale BETTY OLDS 3 Buy Drizfer Award EDWARD TRADER D A R Good Cztzzenfbzp Award Gulf Stale FRANCES HUSSEY Senior Boyf honored by Rolarzanf CHRIS BREMER BILL SCOTT BILLY ATKINSON BOBBY STOKES 9 lv,-snflw. ,,,,..,W. MZ, UW? , I ' A I ogg Hp wx ? Q, . . :jim A3 " , ' , A ffl "X ,, .W . A ,, -ff ,ff I 4 1 :J ' A ' I, 110 If T ,A 1 ,4 X ix QQ, l l ' ., ' g " -. . fs 1, I ' ,gn- IS ' f . I ,E If C '55 - , I - . " v , -. . ! ' , FHA VHA J-.-' New Barn High alma! ZfL,4 .... has a tacky party and . . . 14-,S Y WRMAKERS Elf' 'J "I presents a fashion show X! M NEW HO C of Qr rf s SilEfEI ,ja WJ' M 44,0 'V Left to right: Sidney Corbett, jim Thomas, Lewis Campbell, john Riley Ross, jr., Billie Lou Barnes, Susan MCCotter, and Bert Salem. 4 1 ,ADW ' 5 mp 14 1 A x ' I 2 1 2 'ff 1 54- fp .fi ,ffifsii 2-4 - , F ff-534 gi- fi--7W"" Ni 4 '9'7'a7'f'iif,r-F'-'a-.b "ff ',. . -. ,4A, " ' 2fg,!f?,f-, fl . Q . -Pj'-5 '. ' jg. H J- ' g'y'p:'r,5',u ' x V rr. , i ,. , ,VI , MLW.. The New Bern High School varsity football teams have won the Northeastern Con ference Sportsmanship Trophy four straight years. Varsity Zfofball COACHES Joe Caruso and Will Pittman MANAGERS john T. jones and Robert Agent Atkinson runs hard to outrun opponents. Baches helps with his blocking. Ross gains yardage on an end run play, The two captains anxiously await kickoff time as Coach Caruso has a fcw words with the referees. Veronne is hit hard after snagging a quick pass. . . '.,.x,.a' BILLY ATKINSON DONALD ANDREWS Bark Tackle All-Conference All-Conference All-Eastern WILMINGTON 35 NEW BERN 0 The Bears got off to a bad start this year when they traveled to Wilmington to meet with a 33-O defeat. The Bruins' offense failed to click during the entire battle. The defense, on the other hand, displayed enough determination to hold the AAA Wildcats to only 13 points in the first half. This determination, however, seemed to crumble in the second half when Wilmington came back with a new burst of strength to run the final score to 33-0. BOBBY COTTEN BOOTY SWINDELL Guam' Bark NEW BERN 20 WASHINGTON 14 The Bears, undiscouraged by defeat, met Washing- ton the following week at Kafer Park. The game, which was probably the most exciting of the season, was saved by Billy Atkinson when he got away for a 33-yard run in the final 3 minutes of the game to give the Bears a 20-14 win over the Pam Pack. Atkinson scored again with a plunge from the 2- yard line, and Phil Thatch scored from 3 yards. PETE BACHES PHILIP THATCH Bark Bark JACKSONVILLE 0 NEW BERN 15 The third win of the season came as a 13-0 defeat over Jacksonville. Again the New Bern defense was almost impregnable, holding the Cardinals to a mere 36 yards rushing. On offense Booty Swindell was the leading ground gainer. He ran wild all night, scoring a touchdown in the last quarter. Pete Baches scored in the first half for New Bern's first tally. Although the Bears won, they also lostg for Bobby Cotten, first string guard on offense and defense suf- fered a fractured leg and was sidelined for the rest of the season. ww-11" ' ,, .fI, " ' -fini V , , . -,.. Y N-- A. D. SAWYER KERMIT GUTHRIE Tackle Girard ROANOKE RAPIDS O NEW BERN 7 The New Bern defense was the deciding factor in its 7-O defeat of Roanoke Rapids. The stout line, composed of Donald Andrews, Kermit Guthrie, A. D. Sawyer, Gordon Clark, and Bobby Cotton, kept the Yellow jackets bottled up all night. Their final effort to score was broken up as Chris Bremer in- tercepted a pass in the final minutes of the game. Offensively, the Bears moved the ball all over the field to gain 225 yards rushing, but could not muster the needed punch to score more than one touchdown. The touchdown came in the second quarter when Pete Baches raced 23 yards for the tally. RICHARD VERRONE DURWARD HANCOCK End End ROCKY MOUNT 13 NEW BERN O After a winning streak of -4 straight games, it seemed New Bern's time to lose one. The loss came as a 13-O defeat from Rocky Mount. The AAA team, one of the most powerful in its conference, was held scoreless in the first half by a defense that just wouldn't quit. On offense the Bears were also rolling. Booty Swindell seemed to run wild behind expert blocking. The breaks, however, went against the Bears as they gained 175 yards rushing but failed to score. GORDON CLARK KENNETH MORRIS Tackle Guard 'A Ti 5 NEW BERN 27, gg V sg The Bears went into the fifth gaifie with five regg- lars sidelined. a fact which affected them very alittle. as they scored at will throughout theonightrand 'ran the final score to 27-0. Bdoty Swindell carried thee ball over from fiiigeven yard line to climax a 60-yard drive beginning with the opening kickoffgdhe also carried for New Bern's second TD. The third fouch- down came as john Riley Ross dashed through the center of the Greenwaves to score from the 15-yard line. The final tally came as Bud Bledsoe took the ball on the 16-yard line and swept around end for pay dirt. CHRIS BREMER JOHN HOGAN Bark B405 GREENVILLE 7 NEW BERN 41 For the fourth conference game the Bears traveled to Greenville to win 41-7. Billy Atkinson scored four touchdowns on runs of 7, 71, 17 and 45 yards, kicked five extra points, and gained 223 yards rushing. It was New Bern all the way as the Bears held the Phantoms to only 21 yards rushing. Pete Baches scored on a touchdown run of 40 yards and julian Lewis intercepted a Greenville pass in the final minutes of the game and carried the ball 33 yards for the last touchdown of the game. i 'lx' .1 I f i .xg A .,'. lf,-A 'v ,, -. .-- ju, - . -'Jr g 1,-- V. DAVID WINDLEY HENRY THOMPSON Cenler Cenlef l L ELIZABETH CITY 19 NEW BERN 0 The joyous spirit of New Bern High School's homecoming was dampened when the Bears met Elizabeth City at Kafer Park to lose 19-O. It was the first conference loss of the season and it came hard. The defense fought many times, backed up in its own territory, and held the heavier Yellow jackets to four downs. Blocked punts and fumbles seemed to plague the Bears all night, and the offense, although running hard, could not muster the needed punch to score. JOHN RILEY ROSS BUD BLEDSOE Back Back KINSTON 7 NEW BERN 6 If the Bears had won, New Bern, Kinston and Elizabeth City would have been tied for the North Eastern Conference championship. The Bears, how- ever, did not win and the Kinston Red Devils went home with the conference championship. It was a hard fought battle all the way and a mere extra point decided the winner. Kinston scored their lone touch- down on a 54-yard run through the center of the Bruin line. Booty Swindell scored New Bern's only touchdown after Gordon Clark recovered a Kinston fumble on their 13-yard line. BOBBY STRICKLAND ' LANCB SMITH Back Guam' NEW BERN 38 DURHAM COUNTY 0 New Bern claimed its sixth win with a 38-0 vic- tory over Durham County. john Riley Ross was the running and scoring star of the night. He scored on runs of 9 and 41 yards and set up a third touchdown. Other New Bern T.D.'s were made by Billy Atkinson and Phil Thatch, and a pass Thatch to Richard Ver- ronne netted the other T.D. The New Bern defense was again strong and held the Knightsg so they threatened only once. Their drive to the Bears' four- yard line was broken up when Jim Thomas intercepted a pass in the end zone. yunzar Zfarszfy Hoafball New Bern High School is very proud to have, for the first time, an undefeated junior Varsity Team. The J. V.'s played hard all season and never let up for one minute. They defeated two varsity teams, out- side their regular conference games, with excellent coaching by Coach Will Pittman. New Bern has con- tinued hopes for championship football teams by the fine record made by this year's junior Varsity Foot- ball Team. 3,,L,.,. X -, ..f , ,zlxfr AV PM :M ' o 44 ,jg V3 115 ,fl . em: 1-v ff!! " Y, Isaz-ma ,, 1, MSW V W 1 fl f ff, fr v iiffff, 2 ' 1' Egg : ' Y? 3 I . , ' A 1ar'.'a2' ' EFI 555 ' l ' 4. flier . ' nm M.- ,Z Z' 951z' 4'f' 'f' ' f'f2r'9 'I ,smgxq-lm if 4 .-1, 5 w ,wwf -' I Y ' ,2'..,42j " 'vi 3212, ax. 1' f .W , .,..,. . 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I5 Kmfers Guards r r r, rrri 1 Verlon B355 and Dufwood Hanqogk, jon Burwell, jon Meadows, and Robert Gillikin Zfrufarftv r 5 Richard Verrorie, Chris Bremer, james Allen Lancaster, and Dickie Quick, 9.57 R , - 'Y e ' 1 1, -I . 2 5 rf V. -.14 Qu!! iff if A xiii x 24 v 13 -235 2- iQ R 'X5 Girls ' Varsity Basketball Miss Frances Fischel, Coachg Hellen Mullen, Sylvia Styron, Co-Captainsg Carolyn Arnold, Manager Below: The Honey bears, themselves! 661' 5 . aw , ,P I H y 3 v M 1 'TF A xx. I , Ly 5 H M 'i.f'Ri9!21xf'i4 I 2 V f I' . 51 fi' Girls' junior Varsity Kaskrfball - 1 bv f 7 s l f V . , . W I I i Q J 7 , If I l , j. .. F'- . Us ,ax 'r , 1' iLLU'fi fs ii G 1 Left to right: Linda Gail Robinson, Carolyn Phillips, Terry Midyette, Linda Kay Woodard, Georgia Parrott, and Betty Lee. Standing: janet Newton, Sarah jane Sykes, Elizabeth Cotton, Judy Adams, Joan Phelps, Marguerite Reynolds, Meloniese Bordeaux, Nancy O'Neal, and Penny Parker. Hays' junior Varsity lgrlskrlbrzll ' Y" " i ni n is Left to right, top: Donald Lamb, Ted W'illiams, jean Worthington, jack Lewis, Ronney Knowles. Charles Blythe, Aubrey Smith. Bottom: Roger Toler, Richard Lee, james Ross, Joe Caruso, and Clifton Gentry. lf' I... l 4 1 i I E' 1. 'f -".-- , v - -.- " - ' . .- ' ' ' - ' ' ',' , ,, QJ- .. - , - I, ', , ar,-L, ' ' , 'J 'eps .mar ." .4-.A X , - . - , , 4. - :. 4' 'V' . .4,. - " ,-., .. Ag - A . 11... .4-'--'Ji'-, tc, , ' -. --A -3, .. 484401- 4'-, .. ...,.v -yn . -L-fi,-. I' y .Q gn., - ,arf- A-5 fw 6. 'V by lb Hb ' Q N' W l - 'X A " . A Nx""- Q-,'f1'.'f:,gx'4-,, -' ' A - lf. ..-E Jim I 955 Hasvball Umm wil N- lbw 'fx 6 . Q' N, 1.8,,h' COACH XVILL PITTMAN ..4 X Q N ,. 'Ji J " ' - v - l,-J' 'I S' . x A " 4 ' f' . ,. P ': ., x V A ' x n J -W - ' 1 -- .. . 'A :. .. Q A ' ,A ee' 6 sv: ,gl ,X if .- 4 'S-, 41 , ' - ' - 1 'l ,, " ' , ' -nf E. , CZ arslfy KW' 4027's an M, Q27 .4- Wh. a 'viff v , f . 11, . , ,A . mx , Q 4 1 W V' f ,. Q ,,,', ,I ,rf wg3,,?' 14- M , 1 '-, 1' i , in 44 rw " 1.1 Q' 3 ' 1 x , ,- 'M , -1 . , -, - , L v'-' , , . Y WI, 5, 0 4 v 1 15 It , ,, x . ,,-M . ,hy 9, x 5 , ,- . 7m f ' I :Var MV juuzkfr Varsity Wzeerleaders Q '47 --1 J - 'fi-1 i Center: Charlotte Kennel, Head Cheerleader. Standing: Ann Rice, Frances Samia, Anita Slater, Rosalie Fox, Anne Chagaris, Tony Zaytoun, Anna Cartner. First Team: Billy Guthrie, james Allen Lancaster fcaptainj. George Smith, and Bill Cox. 600 1 SUBSTITUTES: Billy Biddle, Stevie Hines, and B. H. Oates. Umm .pf-. dzferii ing 4 1 , V- TQ . 'fuss ,R A "S'ff.Q.41QL , V-gl'-:.s,Q5. , Y, .., t - v- 4 H1 ,x,f,k . 7' c I . 'r':HfZ' 3.1712- - - V WW.. ,, ,, Through +he Courfesy of COLEMAN MOTORS We Enjoy Anofher Look a+ THE HOMECOMING PARADE Q A Sxnm FIRST CITIZENS BANK 81 TRUST COMPANY Esfablished I898 NEW BERN, NORTH CAROLINA Complefe Banking Service MEMBER FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORPORATION I I , PQTTR ,X Y Mm Z W x fb? K '95 . mn X N53 if S N G f X V- , 9 1 U x 3 XA A ,NN R XJ II 624,21 BARBOUR BOATWCRKS New Bern, North Carolina - 3 lomnv oussn Home of "THE coNE WITH THE CURL ON TOP" NEW BERN'S only DAIRY QUEEN V2 Mile U.S. I7 Soulh Havelock U. S. 70 W. C. CHADWICK General Insurance Agency Fire, Casualfy, Aulomobile DIAL 3 I46 Office 3432 Residence 2l4 CLARK BLDG. NEW BERN. NORTH CAROLINA CRAVEN MOTOR COMPANY J Your Dealer Since I933 dffwiw 'W-' I 1 1 I l i 1 i BURWELL'S BEAUTY SHOP ExceIIenI' BeauI'y Service Permanenfs-Shampoos Manicures 4I9 BROAD ST. PHONE 2325 NEW BERN, N.C. HAWK'S "New Bern's TV and Record CenI'er" 327 Middle SI'reeI' NEW BERN, N.C. Phone 2754 MAKE YOUR HOME COMPLETE NEW BERN BUILDING SUPPLY CO. Office, IIO Craven SI'reeI Pl-loNE 3I43 on BI44 -.hu 1 New Bern, Norih Carolina 8 ff 1 H I LL'S Known for Good CIoII1es NEW BERN, NORTH CAROLINA MEN'S SHOP The Commercial CenI'er HAVELOCK. NORTH CAROLINA CaII Long Dis'I'ance 32 I3 1 l THOSE OF US AT WHIT . . . are mighty proud of having served the sfudenfs of New Bern High for I3 years with qualify radio and programming and of lhe fine associalions we've had with +he s'ruden+s employed on our s+aff. THANKS FOR YOUR LOYALTY . . WE LOVE YOU TOO!! COMPLIMENTS or A FRI EN D LAWRENCE 81 CRAYTON now there ere nine great new New EYilll'lldGS for' '56 NEW Greater Power! NEW Fuel Economy! NEW Starting Easel NEW t Come in and se 01404 the nine great new F! W '56 Evinrudcs. REALTORS agahylaow-V0 To Buy Your Home To Sell Your Home can 2544 zos Elks slag. REGGlE'S NEW BERN. NORTH CAROLINA YOUR NSEAIICII ENDS ,,f:.f:1f: T C92 , L ':'l H M COPLON-SMITH co ,Wg gg, N NEW BERN. NORTH CAROLINA Ulf 6 ' ' ' ' N,-5, ' Wearing Apparel for fhe 5 Enlire Family ,,, ' t Complimenfs of ED GARDNER'S SERVICE STATION New BERN. N.c:. Iqowmwj JOE AN DERSON'S DRUG STORE Phone 420 I NEW BERN. NORTH CAROLINA RICE BROTHERS SALES DUTCH MASTER AND HARVESTER CIGARS BURGESS BATTERIES H. W. LAY FOOD PRODUCTS I20I Queen SI., Phone 3587 New Bern, Nor+h Carolina CAHOON'S WASHERETTE For +he FasIesI Mos'I' Efficieni' Service Call 4020 BRIDGETON, NORTH CAROLINA CompIimenI's of "BLATZ" ALPHIN BROS. WHOLESALE CO. EUBANKS REFRIGERATION SERVICE LEONARD AND COOLERATOR REFRIGERATORS 4I3 Soufh Fron+ S+. New Bern, N. C. BURROUGHS 81 RAYNOR RacIia+or Shop RacIiaI'or Work a SpeciaI+y PIIone 4504 BRIDGETON. NORTH CAROLINA Complimenfs of CITY DRUG STORE Your Rexall Sfore MIDDLE STREET NEW BERN. NORTH CAROLINA I. 1 1 - 1 1 I l 1 TAYLOR MOTOR CO. Oldsmobile Cadillac Phone 4l69 NEW BERN. NORTH CAROLINA INTERNATIONAL HARVESTER Home Freezers and Refrigerafors J. C. WHITTY 81 COMPANY I32 Craven S+. Phone 2998 NEW BERN, NORTH CAROLINA TO BE SURE Insure Wi+h THE DUNN AGENCY Morris Plan Bank Bldg. NEW BERN. NORTH CAROLINA CLEAN ERS "l+'s Good" 223 CRAVEN ST. PHONE 2700 NEW BERN. NORTH CAROLINA CRAVEN FOUNDRY AND MACHINE COMPANY New Bern, NorI'I1 Carolina THE BOOTERY Qualify Foofwear for I'I1e Faniily Sfores in NEW BERN JACKSONVILLE Complimenfs of WILLIS FUNERAL HOME i l V HENDERSON CIGAR 8: CANDY COMPANY Wholesale Candy, Cigars and No'Iions 30I-303 S. FRONT STREET Phone 3340 NEW BERN. NORTH CAROLINA Home Loans FIRST FEDERAL ' SAVINGS 8: LOAN ASSOCIATION 4I7 Broad S'IreeI'. Phone 372I NEW BERN. NORTH CAROLINA 1 l MITCHELL'S HARDWARE 3I5 So. Fronf SI. New Bern, N.C. MARCUS EDWARDS GULF SERVICE BROAD AND FLEET STS. NEW BERN. N. C. Dealers in Auiomobile Accessories Gulf Pride Oil-Gulf No-Nox Gas PHONE 3I00 . . Th W Id' F' 'I K It 'F V-+a-var PM-+5 ee..T?1?re!n2F..I f'::e:""' Hardware Fishing Tackle gulf Bai-feries Phone 3293 If I+'s New! If I'I"s Differenfl COMPI-IMENTS If II"s ExciI'ing! OF' Then I'I"s ai' THE PARISIAN 230 MIDDLE STREET A Phone 422I . LEE 8: JONES BRADDY'S LAUNDRY AND DRY CLEANING Phone 2I59 New Bern, Norfh Carolina BUILDING SUPPLIES, INC. CompIeI'e Line of Building Maferials PHONE 3I64 NEUSE ROAD NEW BERN. N.C. l 1 I DARNELL'S SERVICE CENTER QUE? 502 Broad S'I'reeI Phone 3I77 NEW BERN, NORTH CAROLINA Complimenfs of S. H. KRESS COMPANY MIDDLE STREET New Bern, Norfh Carolina MAUS-JONES PIANO CO., INC. I47 Middle S+. New Bern, Nor+h Carolina BOGER-BALL DRUG STORE Drugs-Sundries-Candy Soda Founfain I5I5 Naiional Ave. Phone 4654 NEW BERN. NORTH CAROLINA NEW BERN, NORTH CAROLINA V0 ComPIicmenIs if-f " -ofd L I:4O I, I ea, DRUG STORE A THE FASHION CENTER Ladies' Wearing Apparel and Shoes NEW BERN. NORTH CAROLINA CompIimenIs of BRANCH BANKING 81 TRUST COMPANY New BERN, N. c. "The Safe Execu+or" MEMBER OF FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORPORATION l , Q -'ig YHi 3 COMPI-IMENT5 OETTINGER BROS., INC. OF "Good dF1rIni+ure 'For ' Goo omes" 3I9 Pollock Si. JOURNAL NEW BERN, NORTH CAROLINA 90 - 9 ' 5 ' 56 HEILIG-LEVINE C. H. STITH, INC. CompIe're Insurance Service 248 Craven S+. Phone 2963 NEW BERN. NORTH CAROLINA FURNITURE JIMMY RIDEOUTT, Manager 3I2 S. FronI' S+. Phone 4063 New Bern, Nor+h Carolina JOHNSON-LAMBE CO. Sporfing Goods EIecI'ric Appliances RALEIGH. NORTH CAROLINA RIVER VIEW CompIimenI's of FASHION SHQPPE OWEN G. DUNN CO Jus+ Across Neuse Bridge "AnyI'hing 'For Any Office" River View Park NEW BERN, NORTH CAROLINA ,HELPING TO BUILD i -' - -1 "' -..a,.. .,.y- .,r1.',,i,51' - Q b' UWC THROUGH AgricuI+uraI Developmeni CommuniI'y Improvemenf Indus+riaI Expansion J. T. PEARSON 81 CO. Domes'ric Commercial and Indus+riaI Plumbing and Heafing NEW BERN, NORTH CAROLINA NEW BERN PROVISION COMPANY HoneycuH"s Meai' Producfs Phone 40OI NEW BERN. NORTH CAROLINA CAROLINA POWER 81 LIGHT COMPANY Vx I 5.1 gay ..Q1zwf'4Z'501Z TO VISIT BELK'S DEPARTMENT STORE Home of BeH'er Values NEW BERN, N. C. ' EMMIE'S FLOWER 8: SPECIALTY SHOP Flowers Speak When Words Do Noi' Phone 3768, 2496 M. H. SMITH-JANIE R. SMITH 333 Middle S+. New Bern, Nor'I'h Carolina PARKWAY DRIVE INN Known From Coasi 'Io Coasf for Fine Foods and ExceIIen+ Service W. N. B.- U. S. HI-WAY 70 :fig I I. . v 'X p- BROAD STREET GROCERY CO. R. W. IPOCK. Prop. Groceries, Mears, Counfry Produce Phones 3I8I-3I82 427 Broad Sfreei' NEW BERN. NORTH CAROLINA Sub-Teen Specialisrs PUNCH and JUDY "The Depar+men+ S+ore for Children" 238 MIDDLE STREET NEW BERN NORTH CAROLINA CompIimen+s of MASONIC THEATRE Es'rabIishecI I8I2 OIcIes+ Thea+re Operaring in America MOTION PICTURES www' fw - ,m'L 1, . 'wr E f 1 1, Y ..-... J. NNW Qngruhllutinns 4 ST to the Q,-I Q if class oi '56 Ii x 'I 2 Q . .N A ID UNDEI AUYHOIIYV Of 'Hi COCA-COLA CONPAN' I' i Y u an cocA-cou aonuno wonxs, mc. 2 N2 'X rf fi X15 .Q K r I WAYNE'S GROCERY 81 MARKET Frozen Foods, Fruifs and Vegefables I602 NATIONAL AVENUE NEW BERN, NORTH CAROLINA TRENT FEED STORE H. P. SCOTT, Prop. Fresh' Dressed Poulfry Baby Chicks and S+a'I-O-Life Feeds FIVE POINTS PHONE 5070 NEW BERN, NORTH CAROLINA ASKEW'S CLEANERS, INC. Approved Saniione Service Cold S+orage II09 POLLOCK STREET WATSON AND NATIONAL AVE. Phone 43I2 New Bern. Norfh Carolina 2 T51 7 I Z X fx iw, f We BOYD - MATTHIS MOTORS Mercury Sales and Service l405 Neuse Blvd. Phone 5695 NEW BERN, NORTH CAROLINA Scwe at Your Brand New THE S. B. PARKER CO. Roofing, Sheei' Mefel Work Warm Alr Heahng for Your School Needs Phone 3340 NEW BERN- N-C- NEW BERN, NORTH CAROLINA BAXTERS THE BRIDES' STORE Esfablished I892 NEW BERN, N. C. NEW BERN OIL 8: FERTILIZER CO. Qualiiy Feriilizers CoI"I'on Seed Formula Feeds Soybean Producfs Phones 3I94 - 3I95 NEW BERN, NORTH CAROLINA RAD! MARK C0mP'I"'e"+S FIVE POINTS MILLING co. of Chicks - Hardware WYNNE BROS. Feed - Seeds phone 265' IOI3 QUEEN ST. FUEL on. DEALER Phone 43I9 GARAGE AND SERVICE STATION New Bern, Norih Carolina Havelock Nor+I1 Carolina FRANK HARGETT. Manager . JAMES PAUL'S GARAGE Compllmenis of Body and Fender Work GAY DISTRIBUTING CO. Wrecks RebuiI'r A Pain'I'ing PHONE 4736 NEW BERN NORTH CAROLINA CompIimen+s of CITY LUMBER CO. NEW BERN'S COMPLETE BUILDING SERVICE CITY COAL 8: TIRE CO. Fuel Oil and Kerosene Dial 4347 Phone 2059 - 3639 NEW BERN NORTH CAROLINA gi ABC I HOUR CLEANERS CRAVEN GROCERY CO. Specializing in Fine Garmenfs Safely Cleaned Fresh Frui+s and Produce HIGHWAY IOI PHONE 24lI PHONE 2I4l HAVELOCK, NORTH CAROLINA NEW BERN NORTH CAROLINA CROSSROADS Bowling - Wee Golf - Fine Foods QUAUTY AND SERVICE ll a.m. 'fill 2 a.m. Every Day ls OUR FlRST THQUGHT Highway 70 Phone 3I95 HAVELOCK NORTH CAROLINA CO. FLOYD N. PAUL FLOYD N. PAUL, JR. PAUL'S BODY WORKS DU'a'U+e BMC" "Bodies Wi+h a Fui'ure" Office Phones cusrom BUILT 3386 - 5929 Aluminum and S'I'eeI Bodies NEW BERN NQRTH CAROLINA l7II Neuse Blvd. Phone 4206 New Bern Nor+h Carolina Complimenfs STALLINGS BROTHERS of Plumbing - Heafing Air-Condifioning L K Neuse MANOR F U N ERAL H OM E CompIimenI's of DEL REE SHOES NEW BERN, NORTH CAROLINA -"" "'-'I ASKEW'S, INC. Hardware for Homes and Builders IOII POLLOCK STREET Phone 4I52 NEW BERN, NORTH CAROLINA Complimenrs Complimenis of of EMMA LAURIE'S CLARICS WALGREEN LADIES' SHOES DRUG STORE HAVELOCK, NORTH CAROLINA Phone 3370 NEW BERN, NORTH CAROLINA SALEM PONTIAC, INC. U. S. 70 Telephone 3I0O Havelock, Nor+h CaroIina BAXTER'S STUDIO Por+raiI', Commercial I and Aerial Phorography JOHN R. BAXTER 323 PoIIocIc S+. Phone 6345 I New Bern Nor+h Carolina I N? ' 'I 'I 4 F. a III I NEW BERN LOAN 81 JEWELERS l 'f I My X Licfcga-j 5 lijileck lucy!! xg! gfpcfgg, Z c'z4.,. - 4 ,ff I A I J-M144 X3 4, I T C TZ, '7 9 frillelofixf mcg - 5 ' ' 1:-of-ccffff 0 BENNET BRCS. CLEANERS or , def' Q Q fi j,6MAOI-A MII- - WWCXYAVELCCK COMMERCIAL CENT, WllTy?fdAF1,7Mf,,, 21 fe., I 7 Havelock, Norfh Carolina VV? ICE REAM co. I l L THE NEW BERN m e .7 It Hobbies, Toys, Sporfing Goods 2II Middle S+. Dial 3504 DEE'S LOAN 81 JEWELERS IHaveIockI Jewelry - Radios - Gif'rs Luggage CASH OR CREDIT WILLIAMS CAFE 325 Middle S+. Phone 3I3I New Bern, Nor+h Carolina QUALITY SERVICE McLELLAN STORES CO. Self-Service Phone 339I NEW BERN NORTH CAROLINA LUCAS 81 LEWIS, INC. Wholesale Grocers NEW BERN. NORTH CAROLINA 'WHWWQ Congratulations to the Class UZ S S .l 0 22- - qx ni. as 5. T S x A D n 4- s Ei X fx fs cz r ,,, 'Q Z 'Celia H. Billy A. 4 Ward 8: Tucker Raymond E Sumrell Barden Sh+h 8: McCo'Her Charles D Connor Carnle C Gooding A F Hammond Jr F M Grady Dmg Hao Drnve ln Thealer Mnllfary Sfores lncorporaled Kmgs Drlve lnn . Chrlshes Fmer Fashion Lewus Brolhers Service Cenler Bones Self Service lfallan Chef Reslauranl Havelock TV Servlce Davis' Marlcel' Johnson Cleaners Moore's Barbecue Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Bremer Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Owens Mr. and Mrs. J. O Bledsoe Mrs LucileyHahn of 56 1' E31 - Berl' S Q all L I B12 X Jlmmy L. s -- xx V - .B - Mjrgarlel' ' Linda L. P " ' "J xg!- OBS l"l' '- an I lp .LL ' 2 y - 22 .S5f .1f,'gg,fg?ggS A ' 1 " Q Bobby T. Senior Class Jimmy G. .S i . J 1' ' my Tie 3 as ' E lg ' I fl"-Tkfl -flxi ij -N lx Nu B.V We N Henry T. f .3 4 Xl' xg? 5 .X N Mya' Ly in 4' U U ,, K++y F amy E w X 3-55 Nb FW Zoo 'Q' Z f vs Egg f web 5552? llil if Norman B ' M i . J 1 . . tw 1 l N N Q X. J x . D ...U 'Q A . V A .X ' X 3" ' 5 a' J A J T as ,N f .4 , , A .Wf 7.97 ,S ' y x "VA pf Y S S T' N 'J s 4' 0 R ' Q-'A . ' 1 Q X I A xl N! TP' XX Bobby S . i l . E! Wh l 'lsfi ll N .. P ' 2 9 B9 l tn 5. E N F ...Q999 I -AQW 1 J! H B X ' Q. 6 iT"x'.,s T ar N if S, A fi I People xx ho hu m gl.15s homes fx H : If X - -1 .L , .0 x4T1i7f T " .j 'Cliff :Q -.1 9 .'-, . .:l?,-cz' " '- A . N 1 4 x as J . 'NJA 'ft .o . .l' 1. YJ - ,1 .' 2 CompIimen+s of C0mPlImef"f5 of ARMSTRONG GROCERY CO FUEL OIL SERVICE COMPANY Wholesale Grocer I Dis'Iribu+or of Esso Proclucis DiS'fribu'f0rS of New Bern, Norih Carolina PIU-SBURY OBELISK CARMI E. WINTERS Phone 3670 AND LIGHT WHITE FLOURS New Bern, Nor'rh Carolina CAROLINA OIL AND DISTRIBUTING COMPANY PURE OIL PRODUCTS Dial 4I64 - NWINDLEY STREET NEW BERN, N. C. ' wit K+? Of! P U R E f 'o Y' ' 4'PAuv.0i' I 62 f 1.0 I if METROPOLITAN CLUB New Bern's Finesf SporI'ing Place Where Good Friends Meer 3I7 Pollock S+. Dial 9827 NEW BERN, NORTH CAROLINA DRINK DELICIOUS HOO-RAY! 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