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

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P lzotograplzy Adviser Craven-Pamlico-Curteref Regional Library TABLE of CONTENTS PRESENTATION DEDICATION INTRODUCTION OF THEME Administration Faculty and Course of Study THE SEASONS Fall Freshmen Football Homecoming Winter Sophomores Music Basketball Wrestling Bear Cub Staff Spring juniors Baseball Track Debate Awards Junior-Senior Summer Seniors Superlatives Bruin Staff ADVERTISEMENTS INDEX -di.. Q1 wi , H-l .., ' Yi -1 ,T 1.25.9 ,-4 .ax W fi-114 4 ' , ff' ?t-Tzf? , . ig ,gi I 1 4 1 . I M L2 FV .1 .Qu ffisu ss I 9' 6239i giyfbm. N rv, ,N ga' Q- 59 1+ 41 I , . 'fiv- gf-1714 . Y MRS. STELMA WHITLEY Ever since her graduation from East Carolina College in Greenville, North Carolina, Mrs. Whitley has served as an administrator and a teacher in the public schools of eastern North Carolina. Her interests in English and history have opened up new gates of understanding and appreciation to all of her students. Mrs. Whitleyis personal qualities of sincerity, sym- pathy, and a genuine interest in our personal problems, no matter how small or large, have earned her the respect and love of us all. Aside from her daily teaching of Sophomore English and World History, Mrs. Whitley has diligently directed the selling of advertisements for the Bruin. For the past Hve years she has served as Business Adviser of the Bruin. each year being responsible for securing the needed funds to print the annual. It is Mrs. Stelma VVhitley's continuous and important leadership that financially makes the Bruin possible. Pa e Four We, the students of New Bern High School, dedicate the 1960 Bruin to Mrs. Stelma VVhitley and David Walters. These two dedicated edu- cators have contributed to many facets of our high school's activities. Both in and out of the classroom, they have devoted their time and energy to making sure that we students receive the fullest education possible. J-10' hr" Her pleasant expression indicates that this volume of the Bruin satisfies Mrs. XVhitley. 1960 BRUI For the past eight years the music department of New Bern High School has flourished and grown under the direction of David Walters. His service and foresight have resulted in many outstanding changes and additions in our ap- preciation and learning of music. Under his guidance the band and orchestra have set high standards of quality and have won many honors. Mr. Walters has evoked such an increased inter-- est in the musical Held that presently over a fourth of the high school student are enrolled in the music program. Mr. Walterstrepairs a broken trumpet at his work bench in his office-workshop. DEDICATIG ffffisf- '16 V DAVID L. WALTERS In 1959 as a service not only to our school, but to schools across the nation, Mr. Walters was co-author of a new book entitled The Bandsman. The Dance Band is another achieve- ment of Mr. Walters.-F or four years the Dance Band has functioned, each year growing in stat- ure and popularity. The high respect held by the students and by others of New Bernls' musical organizations is a glowing tribute to the service, leadership, and p e r s o n a l assistance of Mr. Walters. So, it is with sincerest gratitude that we dedi- cate the 1960 Bruin to Mrs. Whitley and Mr. Walters for their self-sacrifice and service to us. Page F we I TRODUCTIO We have chosen the influences and effects of the seasons as the theme of the 1960 BRUIN. Each season brings with it certain moods, emotions, . and activities. The playful seasons decorate the school plant in varying moods- youth- ful green and gay in spring, grey and melancholy in Winter. Although the changing seasons affect our growth and development during the school year, more permanent aspects also infiuence us. The administration, the faculty, the course of study, the school plant-these seem to hold qualities of permanency and changelessness that place them in no particular season but in the perspective of continuing forces from year to year. Thus, the stable, enduring, almost immutable part of our school life precedes the more seasonal divisions of fall, Winter, spring, and summer. We present the 1960 BRUIN by following the . . . rf' , P 1. ,' w 'r If . 'di m if I l f " Z 1 if' s L , 1 1. f -fr Q3 1, , lg i I 3 3' 5 ' . in , If 3' 'IfT"f ' , W" dx 5 -4 7 2 I , --aff , -ff' , 1' -P, , .t , 1 'KI ,,gwF": ,gig - N . ,pa t .Ml , 'X ' l ,f, 1 kiwi ' vf' ' wgwa , 'y:.. , a V -ui! ' Ai, 'V ' FB' H. A v A- T4 s Q' 4 v Q. -...V -- ,H uh mdylp- 1 -M.: .Q Q . '-f.4 55, . E , , - 1 1 an I A 'XF' -,gr '- '2" "I A uw ' ' . Q9' 5. .aw , --. :mf . ,. 'W -' . f',I .w. , - Y u 1 , -,M-. Q-f '25, nf, , A xl' N5 di? lx V. .-4, 1 , . ,,,f'- 5, fvw fur V I nf, 'A -'g?'g.'a-. 4- , N .,. w QI' Q N egg M- -,.f',a ' Q-+ 1 1.-, ' 51 vw , r-2 : W. i -JYA Q 0 -ar I il' QB 1 4, ,Y-. x-4, ,, , -v" A, 1 .Q A , . Q. g . -as-,,p 'f:v.Qq,1. '- Y lv ' . 'rv -1. I - Nh fc. ,A . . nf 5255- 'H 1 Aix-f.l.,,-D ...V 'V Q 4' .4 J-gf, qu ,.,.Zv 51, 4 , v . . "L 4.: ' .X - ' -" -L, , ,I ,N JQQNQ 'K-3 is ' 1 -new .. ,A ,. . B - , . Y ,-4 1 WR. .-H. . . . - ' Q: ' ' I., 8 .AAR . ,i. U ll-.f.1.K+' - X ' ' ' K JYV, K, - an-.F , -any t Q -' A . A 'S--an IWW .. iQ. . . up . I Page Eight , P 3 Q 'J 545252 MR. H. J. MacDONALD Superintendent Superintendent Harry 1. MacDonald, a Duke University graduate with majors in Zoology and education, was elected to his present position in 1947. Mr. MacDonald has devoted his time and energies to the progress of the New Bern City Schools, for Linder his leadership our accreditation has been strengthened, our cirriculum broad- ened, and our physical plants improved and broadened. In addition to his influence in the schools, Mr. MacDonald has made a significant contribution to the city through his participation in civic organizations. He is a thirty-second degree Mason, a member of the New Bern Rotary Club, New Bern Historical Society, North Carolina Educational Association, National Educational Association, North Carolina Congress of Parents and Teachers, and a member of the Centenary Methodist Church. He continues now as in the past to be interested in the growth and progress of our schools. Mr. MacDonald, a gentleman with courage, vision, and wisdom, is our su- perintendent and our friend. iBGARD F EDUCATIO ' 1 A', 14 'Q 'N' 1 , 4 L,, if f I . .4 .k is Seated left to right: james Simpson, Mrs. J. S. johnson, Xlrs. Raymond Pollock, Mrs, Frank Noble. Standing left to right: H. I. Macdonald, Burke Taylor, XValter jones, Dr. XVilliam Bell, Luther Eubanks, Harry XVright, and XVilliam Moore. Composed of public spirited citizens who contribute their time and energy to the responsible job of providing New Bern with an efficient school system, the Board of Education meets the second Tuesday of every month. Their unselfish service to us and their interest in us have helped us to have a school of which we can be very proud. XVhatever success We may have in an adult world may be shared with these citizens who have helped us to have the opportunity to develop our abilities. Page Nine Page Ten 1 lllli XXURLIJ .,,.Q?:5?jI ,pn . DR. R. S. SPEAR Principal For the past five years Dr. Richard S. Spear has been the capable administrator for Dr. Spear graduated from Catawba College in 1944 with a New Bern High School. Bachelor of Arts degree. ln 1945, he began graduate work at the University of Ha- waii, later receiving his Master of Arts degree at Duke University. ln 1954, Duke University conferred the degree of Doctor of Education on him. Having come to us with such an educational background, Dr. Spear was ideally prepared to assume the triple role of leader, counselor, and disciplinarian and to discharge each duty capably. Housed in this building are the Administration Offices and the Department of Business Education. ' Y-www X V k . 1 1' F New Bern Academy from which New Bern High School developed was established in 176-4. lt was the first chartered school in North Carolina and the second so chartered in English Colonial America. Seven times its facilities were expanded before the present modern, beautiful, functional buildings were completed in 1954. A9 1 i ian E sis, . . J. s -Lu- tk' z ,-- " ' , . , 1 Pictured above are the front view of the library and classroom building during the fall and another view of the classroom building taken after the snow on March 9, 1960. Page E leoen ...,,,.vn-Ve ew qw GQ G7 41 Rose Gooch, Lillian johnson, Suellen Polzin, Joyce Stainback, Brenda Hardy, Io Ellen Iennette, Barbara Toler, Rose Humphrey, Martha Lewis, Susan Henderson, and Barbara Radford are efficient office assistants. rdf: v-...V I J , . 1 l .i L---f-' f , Mrs. Robert Lewis is N e w B e r n H i g h School's hookkeeper. She records all ac- counts, deposits school Eddie Holloway lends the office personnel a masculine hand as he stocks the refrigerator with soft drinks. 3 , Y funds, and supervises ' F,- ,9 I the school store. A N ' , "3 , ts, e-- Mrs. XV. XV. Thomas compiles daily attendance records, gives X students admission slips, supplies the daily attendance reports, and prepares school correspondence in addition to being secretary to thc principal. Page Twelve , cc. ,.-. l .v Mr. Rose checks the daily bus reports with Edward Lyttle and Glen NVuyne. 51 -A Being in charge of all school bus operations in New Bern High has not destroyed Nlr. Roseis good humor, One of the jobs that carries the most responsibility of any job in the school is that of the transportation of students to and from their homes. Pictured below are our bus drivers: Glen Lawhorn, Marion Hadder, Harvey Hardison, jinnny Banks, Clinton Phillips, jack Brown, Lyle Robinson, Robert Hardison, Ed Lyttle, Mollie Olrnstead, Cookie XVilson, Julia Laugh- inghouse, Robert Guthrell, Glen Wayne, Elwood NVilliams. " , ,x ,., 'W " 'TQ . f K is 1 ln...- QQ Page Thirteen Cafeteria Mwdmfenne.. the eternal waiting of the underclassmen. Mrs. Roy Tucker is our eflicient dietician and our friend. She not only prepares delicious lunches but often provides tasty snacks for various school functions and arranges for formal teas and dinners. i l l l l Cheryl Kwasnick, Patricia Kilpatrick, Bill Slaughter, Carolyn Ross, Carolyn Clark, and Andy Burnham endure s I I i 5 3 Robert Rhodes, Lena Cheatham, and Viola Edwards assist Mrs. Tucker in preparing the daily lunches. Page Fourteen T7 Z' .1 '3k,! , , 1 A 1 I I . gy ,pl ,, .L 1 5 ' 1 4. l +- 1 'vi .M SI Al 15231, ' -Q55 K T filiiiiimr V V Q uh. A - 1 -,,,-,. Brenda Pope, Helen Clark, Margie Pugh, Emily Pipkin, Virginia Peggy Ipoclc are Mrs. Tuclcer's efficient student helpers. GW 'LI Looks as if Rita Holten and Clint Phillips are enjoying one of Mrs. Tucker's hearty lunches. Smith, Gail Council, Ed McKnight, Louise Ipock, and 9' X - .1 N-,,..f' Mr. Koonce and Mr. Smith enjoy re-hashing the events of the day as they eat a good hot meal. Page Fifteen Miss Irma Hurfl examines one of,the many volumes in New Bern High Schools library. Mildred Gwaltney, Barbara Opphile, and Elizabeth Ivey have their admission notes stamped by Eugene Stowell, library assistant. Page Sixteen Librar Albert Bell and Virginia Smith obtain material from the library's unabridged dictionary. Christine Long, Nancy Hare, and Miss Hurff discuss various aspects of the library program. .,7, f, Q KI ', A, 'N 9 N ' . 5 ,V 6 f -e -... 'E . 4' ll ' X ' . -141 -nv" Dorothy Burkhart r e c e i v e s her scores on a recent aptitude test from Mrs. Mclxinnon. - Q - Receiving assistance from Mrs. McKinnon, Barbara Overmann, Nancy Whitley, Janeth Hill, Linda Page, and Peggy Holt inspect college catalogs. r Guidance Joe VVo0d receives instructions from Mrs. McKinnon, guidance R-iQkffY Milflwy and Sam Bifmiflfllmm 10014 UWT thi' P0S5i' director, as he prepares to take a standardized test. b1l1t1f?S Of 21 NHVY CHYCCY- iff-iff x ' jig.. 4 i ,L -f fQffQ it cj, n L Page Seventeen Maintenance Staff ai. fr fier- LEON XVADE After finishing his day's work at New Bern High School, Mr. XYade obligingly posed tor a picture before he smoked his aftendinner cigar. '7 ,V If ,431 H. NI. BARNES Maintenance Superintendent for New Bern City Schools XVhen Mr. Barnes came to New Bern High School to inspect the projects for the Science Fair, our photographer snapped his picture. 1 Page Eighteen 3 2 LUTHER EASTNVOOD Assistant to Mr. YVade Cheerful, happy Mr. Eastwood polished the stereo speaker for the dinner-dance the winning maga- zine salesmen had in the cafeteria. ANNA XI.-KE BIIDYETTE Housekeeper Anna Mae works quietly and efficiently to keep our school spotlessly clean. LETHA DIXON Housekeeper Letha says, "Bah-o helps but it takes some real elbow grease too to keep things clean." JU' ' ' . , - i uh... 0 LVN" lx. A i 1 , . ,,. Q-"m"'?"""' ""'9n 1-.pam -fi an 'f A, '- "2 T, 41. i ,f Patty Piland, Pat Bagan, Bill Cannon, and Mitchel Khoury inspect the textbooks tlicy will be using in their classes. Course of tud Page Nineteen i ,. ,.- 3 l I ,r 4 1 l 4 il English Classes v i 4 i i Mrs. Horner, Junior English teacher, checks test papers. Mrs. Pace, Freshman English teacher and debate coach, closes her door on another hard day of teaching English. Dorothy Bell looks on as Miss Anderson, F r e s hm a n English teacher, helps Eddie Cahoon Find the direct object of that sentence. Page Twenty One of Mrs. Pace's English classes takes a speed reading test. 1' 'UP' Mrs. Stelma XVhitley teaches three classes of Sophomore English. Sophomores in Mrs. NVhitley's English class finish a short story synopsis as a part of their clusswork. I L-1 l J Q 3 Q Q PQ ., .dn f F' ik ,N Miss Greene, the XVise Olcl Owl, enjoys her English classes as well as her hobby of photographer. E .X s...4 M 'Q S i ,Tx 1 b Ai? I, in xisb English Miss Hodges sinilvs as she lcacls her Senior English class MBS WVilli21mS teaches the BIISUICSS EI'lgliSh Class in QI digg-nggion pf AIM-Iggflz, for those students who plan to go into secretarial work, Mrs. Horner answers Tommy Curtis, question about literature in her Junior English class. -is? Page Twenty-Two Dramatics '10 :muy 'Q . Miss Hilda Gordon has been adviser to the Y D Elramatics Club and teacher of drama for - ive -'ff 1 Future make-up artists Leon Toler, Gloria Hale, and Billy Cannon experiment upon guinea pigs Sylvia Piner. Ioyce Rice, and Kenneth Lipman. The cast of "Her Majesty Miss Jones" seems to be raptly listening to lane Knowles. The attentive thespians are Bobby Forsythe, Joyce Glancey, Billy Cannon, Sylvia Piner, Robert Caskins Frances Brinkley, Leon Toler, Harry Cohn, and Frances McSorley. i-..... Page Twenty-Three -S 335. 1 5 fwwvr "A Knowlgdgc of South America" is the topic for il bullctin board display prepared by Mr. Rolisorfs Geography class. 'asnusmms rn CROW A KNGWLEDGE UF '5- Page Twenty-F our X N Y U Leading a discussion in her Sociology class, Miss lilizalvcth XYilliams won- ders if what she just heard could he possible. Student teacher, Gene Tyson, helps jimmy Lewis prepare the negative arguments for a panel discussion. :ULL L S r , e 1 ECUR111 svsfm A 5 l cr 4- MA R14 1 'A fi r- Nfl ' IFPAL - '. D1 QECT aeayfgpnrigggzxrgg ' lfkzl if YO' I. fr I Lf. 'Q Problems of Democracy classes help to prepare future citizens for a productive life hy learning of the problems of todays world Page Twenty-Five Social tudies 1 W, -M ,vmwf , Dr. Spears Psychology class listened attentlvely to 21 dlSCllSS1OIl K 6 , of the pseudo-sciences. 4 K 'ii 51, fx." 5 4 1 ,1 -ni! y : 2, 'Q X .,-- ,, A L 1 ' - Y ,im fr ff X V '-if I Mr. Arbcs lzuiglis as Phyllis West tries to "sc-ratcli oflv in Driver Training class. Harvey MQ-Chee uicls Mr. Lewis in preparing a bulletin board for Civics class Page Twenty-S ix Music: Donald Smith directs the soprano section of the choir at a practice session. X 1 R54 l I A ' algf-1 A 'j , WZ 5 , A l ""' J Mrs. Virginia Tucker is an ahle assistant for Mr. VValtcrs in working with the band. f xayg while Ronald Collins looks on. David XValters really knows what note he Wants to come out of these trombones. 'Sw- Nlr. XValters shows Bill Piner the correct way to read music Page Twenty-Seven Latin '1'SfXgs i , v I Y I I I I I ' I ,iii- lnx i i i Y XX Fi V . ?-i.ll:'7 ' '-:X 'iz' I 1 if l , 4 I 1 . " v 2 '-"' " T f 'taxi , Umm, A 5' 'W - ., 1 XX.-L+, - . . - - L .L 15 f lf ' 1 a iivix? r if -gr '- I K V, .yi '!i W-4. ' , I 1. ' 9 ' In , I Xf ' , A ' Q . L. f-bf' 'ff 45890. 'xiii ' 9 '-.. . Ufweenntunstln' Q .,-" " 4' , ju a n. 'I L L E. K I A AJ i 1 J Mrs. Laura Rhodes teaches hve classes of first-year Latin to Freshmen students and fft sponsors the Latin Club. W6 Clyde Belangia makes a report on the location of Italy and the names of Roman gods to his Latin class. fivhs, Latin students learn to sing "Caudiamus Igaturn as well as to conjugate verbs and to decline nouns. Page Twenty-Eight Fren h Q-Q - I I 1' .,f' ns.-in These second-year French students are reading pamphlets written in French to seek the answers to questions Mrs. Smith will soon ask. 3- asVl'L F Gail Taylor, with the help of NValter Dunn, is checking the errors in her French pronunciation with the aid of a tape recorder. Mrs. Smith, Latin and French teacher and sponsor of Senior Girls Tri-Hi-Y, poses with one of her prized African violets which she ll raises as a hobby. RI! Ill! lxel IM In Il ul "' lm! Q Match, a French magazine, seems provide interesting reading for Carolyn Dixon and john Thompson. l! , , ill , 'aan 1' L ll? I Pi! ' f"'Tf"'f"'5'? . st 'Q-A" L I X l ku.. W , l 4 q Bobby XVilliams gives il talk to his D. E. class on shoes, Bobby Williams receives instruction from his employer, Mr. Bynum, on the correct Way to measure shoes. Page Thirty YF . 'N i if ' MCZW -55 ' ld Miss Koch teaches D. E. in the school and supervises the students in their off-campus work. At long last Bobby Williams is ready to make his first sale. After Bob's persuasive sales talk, Mr. Rose decides to buy some shoe polish. I Distributive Education A Y X uf, 51 T .drxm ,I 4 55 X , x .- 'K A FN. Curol Nloorc receives some on-tlu--jolm training from her employer, Nlr. Staiinlmek. 1 A 1... u q"f'if . v L34 ,, A g - uni ,'.t H - :- in ' " ' 1 1' rv. 2 avfln nyfli---.1 WF.. "F 'll' li i . ,wg I ,Q . ? a 1' ' . 1 . W . Min -'Yr N A, I l 4 1 - Aa. YM, " V e V - ' Genevieve Zaytoun is preparing to make ' er .., F5 l ' f l her first sale with the aid of Mrs. Zaytoun. johnny Gaskins works ut tlie Colonial Store xvlu-re lie gains X'illlIill7lC jolu expr-rieziu-. Page Thirty-One Business Education l gf-1....sa 1 x 5 Uncler the watchful eye of Mrs. Margaret Brinson, Carole Moore, Becky Parrott, Talya French, Jane Thomas, and Betty Ring learnccl the basic bookkeeping principles. 51 3' 5 is Jim ,. . AM Serving not only as an efficient teacher in the business department, Mrs. Brinson has also rcnclercd service to the school in other capaci- ties. She assists the school treasurer, serves in the athletic department, and helps many stuclents obtain positions after graduation. A newcomer to our campus, Mrs. Gloria Miller, teaches Commercial Law, Typing I, and General Business, jo Ann Ernul, Jeanie Zaytoun, and Judy Lockey used their business skills to help the office personnel. students. Transcribing her shorthand notes to correct letter form doesnlt seem to Worry Ginny Anne Martin. Mrs. Celia NVillis explains shorthand brief forms to her shorthand bs.. Shorthand students are tested for their ability to transcribe their notes correctly. ...li ,Q- First year typists have to prove their mettle by taking timed Writings. SV XX-X -s--1 Q2 A - ,-'Q 3 Page Thirty-T11 ree Health and Physical Education 4 XVill B. Pittman, head of the Athletic Department and teacher of Health and Physical Education for boys, ohligingly poses for a picture before hcginning his day's work. 1 ai ls Y ie e i X M ' P 1 , .WM aw? u , X4 4 ffm., Q Frcshman Physical Education classes givc young boys an opportunity to develop their basketball skills. Page Thirty-Four 3181111011 These students are taking notes for the coming test from the lec- ture Mr. Pittman is giving them. Under the watchful eyes of Mr. Pittman and the practice teachers Mr. Carpenter and Mr. Bedsole, Stevie Thomas is practicing tumbl- ing while the other boys await their turn. y s ff, - , Q, 4 f nf',". Patricia Harmatuk is attempting to do sit ups with the aid of janet Olds in ll physical fitncss tcst us Nancy XVard, Lillian Lankford, and Ella Moore watch to sec how it's clone. 'fm K V 888 Miss Frances Fishel is helping Miss ' Bethune and Miss Tilley, p r a c tic e teachers from E. C. C., improve their teaching methods in physical education. s-bbw - M-gg :QQ Sharyn Stcwurt is judging hcr distance for the broad jump in il physical fitness test while the instructor, Nliss Fisclwl, looks on. l. Mathematics '-l... Mr. Rose cxpluins to his Plane Geom- etry cluss the correct wuy to prove a theorem. ..-...m-...f nit 3' Miss Hilda Cordon touches three classes of Despite the trouble Billy Dowdy, Mary Green, Pat Humphrey, Jimmy Leathers, and XValter Mizelle seem to be having, third-year algebra isn't too hard. I - fr' second-year algebra and sponsors all school clramutics. Mr. Taylor explains a problem johnny Dunn has just finished to his class. '.f Charles Alford is trying ,to prove that his solution to his problem in Algebra II is the correct one. 2-N... if ffi?, 'ami re b :iii ' ' ,..........Z.'El'J....L J X ,. f ,gf 1 IS' " , if 1 ' r nqiqot ff is 'il - wi, -,.,,n,,,g , .. 01 3-. . 4 :Ml31zgf?'5s Mrs. Munn shows Susan INIiuhell how to plot il graph. Mr. Taylor teaches Hrst year algebra to freshmen. ' QQ , , UQ -NM Mrs, Finch shows her General Math class the correct and simplest way to work a problem. - Mr. Rose explains an algebra problem to R1CllklI'Cl NIcEnully, Page Thirty-Semen General Science 1 El we --- ,, "" ..i,. 1 bn-.-M-, l F --A ' M 5333 l l ' ,,-me Carol Miller, Bill Tallnert, and Suzi Lowery put the finishing touches on a General Science bulletin board in Mrs. Fulchefs classroom. General Science students learn the importance of ' M conserving rich soil. This display shows the difference in plant growth in rich soil and poor soil. 'fi it , Mr. Smith, Mrs. Fulcher, and Mrs. Sawyer are observing a new model of the Earth which has a satellite revolving around it. Page Thirty-Eight nu' Priscilla Patterson is one of the few brave souls who ventured to sit in the electric chair. Wonder how much voltage it has? Mrs. Munn is showing her General Science class how flowers receive oxygen under water. FI.j,-Gi' 'L f . , l 9 U I , Q in , Q-, ,,'2 5 6 v I 5 9 ."' i 5' I I - 1 AR i 'Z 'f' -' . - 1 ' 1 l 1 1 TEV , . as 3 x 'rt JSP. Charts such as this one on the digestive system help to give General Science students a better understanding of the human body. Pace Thirty-Nine 5 t 44 srt r 1 Biology Classes - s . ' I we APSLNDWJEQJ Owls Uillllig Mrs. Martha Gardner explains the struc- ture of the crayfish to her Biology classes. 'Why 'ia 1 .. 7 1 X - .ra S - X411 . ,. - A Wvmwlzg, iff" 1 V 'Q-. '4 ...fflilwgldi ' ' Sophomore Barbara Tilley finds the dissection of a frog an interesting requirement in her Biology class. Ilifllil PROCZSSO AFROG we ""'em A- c nmmws-ms 'f 'll f ' -'xv K- 3. f ff fi, p, M F l Q, , 1 ,f 5 A-get so ,..., i'-0 ' ZLHVLK' 5"5!v!'," 43... -A it -- an .. , fn., ' B1 e--A- A-eff ' A --. -immense 282 Y, ' ff? 1' fffgbw' fi- ixrfd Temple Lewis made a graphic display of the life processes of a frog for the Science Fair. 71" Skeletal structures of various forms of animal life were prepared by Helen Flythe for her Science Fair project. M Mrs. Gardner points out the composition and functions of the blood to her class. Page Forty 1 Mrs. Mary Sawyer illustrates the St-it-mc Department's newly acquired lmioscope. David Zacks and Richard Register proudly hold their plaster of paris model of the brain. Students recall the interesting taped lecture that accompanied this model at the Science Fair. As science becomes more important in the world in which we live, these unusual and interesting projects reflect the mounting interest in our science classes. Each year the Science Fair stimulates students to develop new ideas which aid in their understanding of the sciences. ,iv Women W The HEART ' gllqlm-L 4 I K AIA".-4 X I 1 - - 14 , N 0 pw' 1000 , ,ff , p if i:1,, S Qsjlif K' ,wiki Q , T-:wil x - te" VJQIGHT V alba am .4 1, e Himfofns ft- it "' 'N 'N Z ' :arena ,Q l. l ,P -.. Ahh ...A K in...-A Kathleen Turner prepared a plastic model of the heart and explained it with charts. Page Forty-0116 Chemistry Mrs. Barbara Brock prepares an experiment in Chemistry. l Premises 43 Plfl'-liar lmeuns Warm ln Ftagr f 4 E'f0m Www ln Ermnmsew iffruvrfir Ursrrttm Warm " l..,...,, I' I l -n..,.1 ME A Ts . j ' i - f, cf! Richard McEnally's chemistry project on the coloring and treatment of meat was a runner-up in the Science Fair. tlliilltttllltlig lflttitliiiiittilt Piitiliigi l. PFQDCEESI Q'k'Dif5ULl1l.liUN IN lam , Btttcmrtlrw il f 1 ll. tlmwriryr: 5 Fl- Fnmv l B' F' P7 , Punifrcmrom Q 5 f 5 f Tssres 'Ft - 1 f wmv , ...A ,Af 'F ! ,- E- Quartz Eddie Holloway won first prize with his chemistry project in the Science Fair. W 1 l it Donald Miclgette seems somewhat skeptical of what may happen when Alan Johnson po urs the chemical solution down the tube, but jimmy Brinson and Mrs. Brock are too engrossed in another ex- periment to worry. Page Forty-Two 4A Q. P , P ysics Lindley NVhite, Richard McEnally, Vance Wrenn, and Cary Roser find the acceleration of an hall as jack Langley, XValtcr Mizelle, and johnny Caskill watch. Mr. Smith, Physics teacher, tries to explain a few of the principles of electricity to his class. Richard VVilliams, Cary Roser, Marshall Ball, Jack Langley, and Richard O,Conncr look on as johnny Caskill, john Heath, and Mr. Smith demonstrate the reaction when one hall hits another. piwm-'wrt-f" ggi 5 - , W'- 93' L Page Forty-Three I sl 1 www fp' e Before beginning their afternoon classes, Miss Fischel and Mrs. F ulcher take a few minutes out for a nourishing lunch. , . Selection of uttrzictivc and hccoming clothes is u part of the Home Economics training. Miss Margaret Fischel assists Susan Orringer in choosing evening clothes. 7 55, , Z' I Miss Fischel insists that the correct way to begin sewing is to pin-fit the pattern Hrstg then, one is ready to use the scissors. Page Forty-Four Home Economics Bi 'yi l . I Q4 ' Ng, f HH. Priscila Jenkins, Betty Kendrick, and Celia Parsons listen to Mrs. Fuleher as she explains table manners my Shirley Moore and Judy Skefller are amazed at the wonders of Comet's cleaning powers. X In jr" i by P1 llii Jia Louise De Stefeno, Debbie Cannon, and Suzanne Barwick can hardly U in believe they could have used so many dishtowels when they dried the dishes. Page Forty-Five - I . a , c r lfldll tlf12ll Arts " A D52 VS ' I D fi S rl. N , g, ff-fr tffgf t il' if? ffff' ' rj-ffgf-ft 1 1 +V f 1 pr f it 1 A :gf H 5: 1 .J ': ,: ,. -U In fl , 'Jif.5 if A -r if ,, fjf ii Q j Q I 'V 133513: Lf:"':V ' :. . , M 0545 416 .lr-Vi L t r ri y it . Z.vT- KOOHCC, IHflUSUi21lANSfC21Cl1Cfi1UdSP0nS0I' Carl Guthrie, Darryl Caskins, and Ray Ormond are making useful and of the Radio Cluh, helps the students in his attractive magazine racks. classes cnjoy the many facets of industrial arts. f 5 Q -1 f " I - - 3 Y J "pg, ' I 5 ? , . S 5 sy-. . First-year classes in industrial arts learn to work with a variety of tools. Safety as well as perfection in accomplishment is stressed. Page Forty-Six Mechanical Drawing KES., ws' Il X2 Bob Ferebee, Ed Holloway, jim Gooch, jim Leathers, Chnnn Pnrser, and joe Heath find Mechanical Drawing an exacting but fascinating course. i Knowing that Mr. Koonce sets high standards for them, Buddy Mitchell and Richard O,Connor are deeply engrossed in trying to meet his requlrements- jimmy Paul and Toby Sinnnonm listcn as Xlr. Kooncc explains the prohlcin that they must cmnplcte. Page Forty-Seven It is fall now, the time of the year when everyone breathes in with the crisp air a feeling of renewed vitality. Drifting on the air with the brightly colored leaves come the cheerleaders' voices as they practice their cheers. From the athletic field comes the sound of the football players chanting as they limber up. There are new faces among us, the uncertain, hopeful faces of the freshmen. The muffled sound of drums indicates that the marching band is working to perfect its half-time show for the football games. A group of lucky seniors drift by, excitedly dis- cussing the approaching National Citizenship Conference in VVashington, D. C. The first assembly has been heldg the seniors proudly marching in and the freshmen properly impressed. As fall draws to a close, excitement mounts as Homecoming Day moves closer. The parade, the happy cheering crowd, the crowning of a queen-more trinkets in the treasure chest of memories. Weill always remember this... O Y 5 v l E i ? I I 5 E X m C 1 1 x ', my-1' Q 15-.fy ..-- ...,.., 1, '-'41-in in - , fp Aa--3' ' ' 4. 143-,dv A 1 'T' ' ' , .4 ' -Al 961: ar, . ........'k ' -- 1 A F M - b I A 'Q' 'A ' . . ' -' , . , . .-, '.. ' , g 6 in. ' C .- . . - ' , X. ' .x A . . 1- ,, J N ', ' 4 A ,4, "V-1, - ' -f 4,,, ' U 4 . 4 ' -14- - .va-., -fu- Q -W--, m- - 4. A- 5 - . .g ,. -. .Q v " V- '1-e.,Av f-. , . Vg. 5, 4,4 '--- - . lf 4 la il- YN -wr .4 N--- ., . .".:, , ,,,d,,,.Q 4 P . 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V - as , 4 - .,"'g - , , ' 4 ' in - 2. 1- 12 -J W. 1: NL - ,. 3 ' ' - ' f Pb' ' '..z !"" f " 1 flu, f- ,Ir -' -- 'K , 44 .ft-Q. 4-:'!,Qj.rI'.3 v,"- 1, .'f!m.4 ' jtlA1,.'3 +1..',Cf-x'2.L -4 4 .SARA ,H 4 ' .Y ,,5i,5.,,i AN., 'v -- , 'T - , "'1f'v-.4-..-5'-N.---FM1.-ZS w+ .m..-.41 5- V -' A ' -' ' ' ' ' 'A - A FALL FRE HME Freshman class officers pose on tlie library steps. Tliey are: Suzi Lowery, Treasurer, Iohnny Dunn, First Vice-Prcsiflcnt, Carol Rugan, Secretary, Judy Darnell, Second Vice-President, and Radford Reel, Prcsizlent. jf b -f ' ' 5 Y Io Ann Adams ,ff ' .4 ' in ,, , A Judy Anderson . I I k . k vl MMM M ,ns 'K ' M l msg. - 'M "' A f' , fe H 1 - . :sv " A1 xv, ' Q Roger Anderson A 'L 'N ' ' A . "' - - , Billy Aster ' x 4' -W" 1 ,,.,,,.. ,...w.,, cf- A .W , , I ' ff ' Y., Grace Avery X V' k M ' Leslie Avery ' . Wfrr., fi 1 1 ir fabric. Q Page Fifty l1 Jerry Ball f 1 V , 'A x Eliznlx-tli B2lI'D2lI'Cl '- a 'ff' V 'R' V 'Z' 'R' ,Q .SV , 6 V Lynda Barnes V --vs in- ,,, . . .V - A l 51111111110 Burwick f, . 1' 15" "' " Y'-. ,J , -lwiklf' - B " 1 Helen Bnsurt L4 f 1, - j T B1 li S X J I W 'J BW' onnn 1 ' ss " Y l J 2 idling. Sheila BCi1llCllL1lTlp V A 4,1 Clyde Belungiu 1, 1 1 '..V ,V li' . V -1 f 1, 1 J fd' , it 'Q-. -2- , , Susan Bell V PA . V, V V I , VMMV fi. ,,, ,.,, f., , Ah VV, 7, V gi! Donnie Be11nett JV A ,.A, 1 5 ., A 0' 4 gee- Vi Ricky Bennett , J' 1 ' "TY QT ' 1 Stevie Bennett ' Vit' A ' .. .. 1' 1 ' K K ' Emily Blackburn A Hartley Bland ' - : . -1 " A w Jon Bouher VVVV V H Z VV , J - V 1--w w 1 W R. V,,.f 5'-. V1 Dorothy Bowden Q I L tx 4' ' 21 3 1 ' V My V ,U-I Ronnie Bowden 'V ' fs' ' fvifff- f Doug Braddy 1 -J ii - ' V ,QE if N I by z. g R xi V 1: August 28, 1959 two hundred-eight dazed freshmen wandered around the Campus of 1' if fri ' S in J tete , in V V ,LV V 'Q Vx, Q 'gil 1 .VA , J V ' i'11 4 "ii X, 13 lg x 1 W, BH Mervin Brume J11dy Branch David Brinson Johnnie Bristol Gay Briteh Gail Brock Frankie Brown Jim Bryan Speedy Bunting Gloria Burch Andy Burnham Candace Burroughs Eddie Gahoon Judy Campbell Dollie Cannon Georgia Cannon Janie Carrier Helen Caton Page Fifty-One .f, W. Z' 1. x :w ,ak X 1 fs. Iiggs Carter Bobby Chagaris Joe Chance Carolyn Clark Robert Cohn Ronnie Clark Ann Coley Russell Conner James Conway George Cox john Crary Judy Darnell Vickie Davis Louise DeStefano Sheila Dickinson Freddie Dietz Harriet Divoky Eleanor Dixon ' X ' Chester Donaldson I I, f Arlene Dunn V , M VV Z Eugene Dunn 1" A f johnny Dunn gk : , 'N , , J Glen Eborn Ray Eborn N V 4 J H ' Alice Edwards U ,. Y I, N, if ' Carl Edwards Q' -A 0 af 1 .fr 'H A J: we ' Doris Finch ' I ,av ,-" - Q.-lf E "' Barbara Flood X ' A 'X 4 Donald Flynn twig? X 3 ' 5 f Ann Fordham a-i, ll. Q ,V Dora Franks , ,f . 55 Y it A Frances Fulford ' 'Wi N? A it Gloria Gable 1 v We f Johnny Gafdnef vu, ,,, ,. ,x V 2, X If ' vw x N fill 3 353 " ii, C X X3- Page F ifty-Two is. A N-U ' 1 aa -1.f ,X- Nw, 1 - Wy aa, Gene Gaskill Esther Gaskins Helen Gaskins Ravohn Gaskins Virginia Gaskins Annette Gause Cheryl Gay Ann Gibble Millard Godwin Jean Gosnell gg 6' .,, ,,,,' 4,1 63' rv- 'R H, W. Euna Faye Grant d ' '- Brenda Greene Billie Griffin Phoebe Griflin . . l vi pu ' ' ' -s ' N ' - A' .,a .-.- ' 14" .... 4 - f . l Brenda Grimsley V Carl Guthrie . V- 54' Vw Marie Haines "7 'fa' ' ' few A , I ff hai. 'l , mi G' f VValfred Hanson Q . , .9 4 4- i . fl ci? Michael Hardison . wr 5 A a A , 2 .,, M ' Patty Harmatuk X K K I X l ' f nm f K y IX 1 Sara Hartley Donna Hedrick jerry Herritage -ge H.-3. Donna Hicks H" "' ' ,, Elsie Hines -W H ' ' i' Walker Hodges 4 7 X x ! I Gary Hollar ii I Jenny Hollister J Q K ., : ' ' Charles Holt Q' sq xi - Glenda Holt ,,4 s - --f A ,sl A s "' Q ' . Glen Holt -W ' ef? ' Ll., y 4, ' "' , Ikey Holton K jf Y ,fi .. E X S fi f 53? 4. We finally got situated Xi r Q lllll V I N 1 'B -aim-Q I X iw. f I Room number 21 added to the confusion of the freshmen, especially lost-looking Iohnny Dunn. We did have such a hard time trying to change classes, to End classrooms, to learn so many teachers! Dazed eighth graders became confident freshmen . i""9' ', f 'z 'Wk SQ: il FJ WS iffy f s hi 1 .im Eighth Grade Day found all of us wondering if we-id ever be able to withstand the many demands of high school. We had guides who helped us tour the campus which was a good idea, for no doubt some of us would never have found our Way back. fy f f ' ' f f M fm i s t ff K f, C f, wr 4 ' 12- f s a , , ya X' . . , ' WMV ' 1 Q' .44 QE' 5. ,, i f , , ,- V 5-sl, M . wa ' ,ai f an , y I 3, . - "--LY if , . l' VI 4 X af X , 4. Z Q, 2. ,W . ' L- gs f - , am , sg Q - M , 2-wi: ff ' - :if ,X - A ' ui 4' Page Fifty-Four af? 'Z gf , 1 4 1 4, rx2,fa,,,,,, - fr, 4:-f ff , ' ,ff",.:: '-Q fwjl , f , Q -3 f s 49" ag, W 3, f wgfffu J Q if, , ' 4' 2 ff .Za ' ' , . V ff , if f ir. 4.,, - gap "fT'1 ff .. ' 3 A 1 If mi r afar .X , X . Q f yf QI i 1 'z 4 -sta 4 r 5 Y :Q .,,y, V -5,' W Helen Howard Bill Hubbard Brenda Hughes ' ll Fred Hughes joe Hughes Katherine Hughes ' 173' A 41. - . Sharon Hughes I W t'i Bill Humphrey I ,W X 5 janet Ingram Cary Jarman jeff jeffrey Z fl if 4 4 . M 2, X . X Ai! 4 ryy """' If W o e. 45" . Q 'M N"-. sf i N x s Priscilla jenkins jimmy johnson Tommy johnson Alfred Jones Elaine jones Joyce Jones Kenneth jones Richard joseph Sharon Keel Mitchell Khoury Calvin Kornegay George Kornegay Virginia Kornegay . Francis LaPlantc Barbara Lawhom Glen Lawhorn Peggy Leary Tommy Lihhus Roger Lee David Lewis Bill Littleton Richard Linko Mary Chan Lovell Suzie Lowery David Maisel Judy Manning jan Marshhurn Marie Martin Nancy Masters Glenda McCoy Laine McDaniel Nelson McDaniel Linda McKeel Ed McKnight jimmy Meredith Carol Miller Edith Miller 2 F- 'Gi Gt, HA, KDS.: vm -Q fl. '3 ss .- ,4 I , .- . L ar H ,.:. lf 'K ' " x 9- N I X V xl rt' 'X X Ik ' u ' ,, QMEJ, aim f J :.i A 4 A l " ,. "i .Li l -. ' 1, id DJ 6 D T " D -ni' t ' --"'- --gy 'A' " Q to X 51:3 1 1 A l l f' "" 'if 5' J' " if gh 3' 5' ,. f X ALL N14 Jig Q ,-Q Lg ,Lg x V K t' X 4 X P l J I 5 l Q ,FM rl yin' , 'E ffm' ri 'I ef A 6 if 'A W " i 41.5, ff- ' 9 :X ', 4 " xi K4 x "' N who joined the campus activities At lunch period many freshmen mi- grated to the gym for a snack because they just couldn't wait another min- ute to eat. P4 54 ,-hu-V V ss., 5 is ,.. f' . .1 vw! i I i,,.. . --N--X - ,,.,.,.m.-.,.... , ' """---.ii-i., W W, I . ' ' 'ff .4 T' - K- i if ,A . J ' 1 Page Fifty-Fice And We learned new rules and . Y f ai as. U I a.,q W is . K ,W , 'Y' 1 , 'Md-M .fa ' gjsfm sg, sa., aa. tr Q i we W, K pr an f 'X 9::':v 1 ff- ,ff ,,,' if , "'f'j7' ' ,,,, l" 6: , ff 5' X f H X W 14 M a, Mr iz .Q Q am ,2 e if , , X , f A My , :I -wa, MQ, ,,,e . , ' , .r Q R . 'IL Qw,5i5l?, 5 i Q, l , , xr. ,H 5 V ., f fi? fi 7 WZ j f-W J. , Y 3-1 .W , A XXX, 1 f 6 A -n f ff L 2 Z K gm f a aw f 1 af lm' X K A5191 "ig, 'aw--r 1'-zaywx ., 7 ' 0' " if '- 5 i, H ' yy 2, .im E X V. I E Q I 42 ' ' , P ff" Y of-ff ,aff Qrsazfffwfe 4 f, -f: al, I !,f -za' - .gf .P ..:: ' ,ff .54 4 Y ia ,4-if M ' Q 1" fsfrf :V ' if '.,' 107' ,- 'W . , 4 f W f,,j,f,,:? C,-219' :Zi , is N Q 2 'ar 'Iv I V- I 'VX gf., 7. ir f wif f KT ag v Y, W 1 ,v 'JM W , .awwvg let ,-145, P is ,gr ' ww 2:21, M 4 0 , ff ' -Q f 1 it l Page Fifty-Six Susan Mitchell Ben Moore Mike Moran H Rose Morris Billy Murphy Carol Nelson George Norris Ronald O'Connor Ann Oden B. T. Odam Janet Olds David Opphile Caylin Ormond Ray Ormond joan Orringer Celia Parsons Peggy Pate Simmons Patterson Drenda Paul Vonnie Payne- Sandra Perkins Doris Pipkin Florence Pollock Ray Pope Nat Powell Linda Price Linda Purifoy Leon Rackley Carol Ragan Norris Reed Radford Reel Elaine Rhodes Barbara Rhue jimmy Ricks johnny Ricks Vernon Ringold Carolyn Rivenbark Gloria Robinson Carolyn Ross Evelyn Rouse Lanis Rowe Jay Salem ' f"'og Dorothy Sawyer 4, 2- 'xc 1' :N Alfred Sawyer mx 4 . , , , . A, , .J . " r f--:L , .. it . -dl' -I rs, ' I 9 Q "- i l l"'f K Ne 5 .. 'U All ,,. l . V. ' Q M" 6 ,Q 'W' , Z". X Q r K Xt a ..., A gill V K ,iw Q ,gag ,T K "- Q41 . g I k 4 is regulations Get off the Bear! Upperclassman Edward Robbins warns freshmen Suzie Lowery and Celia Parsons of N.B.H.S. tradition: Nobody, absolutely nobody dares step on the bear! s .1 14 ff A-Al 56 we M? l 4 7 A x na 13,1 f Xie-15 'f I .Q up-W DIM- Loretta Slann Charles Smith Louise Smith Sharon Smith Maxine Smyer Linda Sparks Phil Steiner Sharon Stewart Nancy Stilley .Charles Stovall Eugene Stowell Mike Stringer Bill Talbert Bill Talbott Mona Taylor john Thomas 1' W!?E?""??f'5""5 Page Fifty-Secen We enjoyed life . I flj fir "' l"'W-ws! ...fl No matter when or where girls are, they will find a place to primpg these freshmen girls are no exceptions 'f'1 at X ' "" , Stevie Thomas QW Vlbib If v 5 - 43 51, Dianne Todd Vlv i Ahlb if ay , dj, Q " 7 i"' Bruce Toler , f All' Connie Toler in e onle ' Larry Toler 1' V,L,V K H JOhn Toner James Tripp Paulette Tripp Robert Truitt Lynwood Tumage Charles Turner Michael Turner johnny Ward D, Linda Ward 51 V ':f'i Q Nancy Ward +L 55 Tucker Watts ,,'w, "' Charles Waters if ,sn ,, ,my X, 15 A We-If W or X 5 T A ge ea ieat 1 3 5, ' l g 'f"t' of 'mai' e x xr, HA - YZ i Q ak K ' Q t'- ff ., I f' 77 ' ' E-EBV Page Fifty-Eight V A Phyllis Waters Robert XVutson Sharon NVea1therly Dianne NVQ-lls Betty WVheeler Linda NVhite Sidney XVhite Charles XVhitford David XVhitford Spencer XVhitford Bill Whitley Corrine NVhitley Sue NVhitley Louise NVhitty Ray VViggins David NVilliams Larry Williams Marie VVillis julia WVillis Marion NVilson David XVingate David NVoodruff , ' ' ff - " "W F2 ae, lf"i"' "' 2 . " -- ls Q i.,. 1 , 14-9 gg. ""' fsif, .Q an: i A xg' of W ik rl - W? he ' rg Q 'gg IC' K-78:1 . ,sf 4 x 3 fb fr ,,,:- , Q zu Q' , Er-1.1, ' f, " i :P -", 5 0,54 I fr ii, ' ' Q A. '1, 1,43 5 I 1 V 4. l X f H -JF: 2 ' V ' I ck Whereever We Wen t! ' .' For the first time in New Bern High School's history, freshmen were put "on the shelf." This year we had to sit in the balcony at all assemblies, but we'll join the human race next year. ' Page Fifty-Nine So many events kept us busy . fjsjili RIEVIARY CONCEFZN MW WW, ' eV X V 1 i X Our choral groups gained the admiration of all the teachers in Eastern North Carolina when they sang at the NCEA Con vention on Oetoher 5, l959. Throughout the fall we attended football games on Friday nights The one requirement was to get to the game early for the stadium filled up in a hurry. ,Mo Page Sixty ,fr it during the fall. Mr. MacDonald and Dr. Spear await their turn to extend greetings to the student body at the Hrst assembly. 'fit fir-ff ii Our cheerleaders go into orbit to arouse student enthusiasm in assembly. Student Council president Patsy O,Neal pre- sided at all our assemblies. f : x ' . ' 9 rf? za ,J . 1 jf'.'7'ip ,I Q, 5 56.15 eff 212 5 jr' Iimmy Leathers gave a very inspiring devo- tional for our first assembly. secured the attention of all with his funnx stories. Then, in a forceful manner, he drove home his message of personal integrity. Page Sixty-One: Nlr. Ed Blair, one of our faxorite speaks-rs, tudent Council KAY PHILLIPS Second Vice-President 7. i lynn. 4301 ,IL , 'Q -ov-0' ' Semors who represent thur homerooms on the Council are, Annette Lancaster M1Ck6y Reglster Pattle Bryan Davld MRS. SARA HUNNINCS Sponsor VANCE NVARREN First Vim'-I'rc.s'ic1e11t 3 Y' vl"W"!' - 1, Q -'m -ferr 'L I ICLOISE REEL Treczsrzrzfr Edward Robbins, Betty Ipock, Helen Flythe, Shirley VVilliams, Hunt Baxter, and Harry MacDonald who are all junior Class representatives to the Student Council. Page Sixty- Three fu. PN Sophomore Student Council representatives are Sheryl Crowe, Bill Piner, Jane Knowles, Glen Dunn, Sam Whithurst, Mary Stallings, and Francis Hardison. tudcnt Council Appointed officers of the Student Council are, Helen Smith, Co-Elections Chafirmang Barbara Radford, Ways and Means Chairman, Mike johnson, Co-Elections Chairman, Gary Roser, Parliamentariang Vance Wrenn, Vice-President, and Marshall Ball, Fact-Finding Chair- man. The Freshmen who represent their homerooms on the Council are seated left to right: Judy Darnell, Helen Howard, johnny Dunn, jean Cosnell, Louise Whitty, Dot Sawyer, Billy Aster, Florence Pollock, and Sue jo Lowery. ill' 1 al C? Mt Page Sixty-F our , Q than Monogram, Club I UP" Offiers of the Monogram Club are Phil Rawls, Parliam,entar1k1ng Joe Heath, President, O ,N IZ'- E CD SD P un cm Q Y 551 5. S' F1 5 5 :F FP E7 :1 Eli o ur: 'Nl Y Vt E S if ':' :S CJ o o 0 p- S Q. it 'ra 'I Sw 2. A 'E - rf ,jQ,,f.sg EQ M .ff ' 9 1 Bunny ""-x , .L .,,f""' Wgx: - . IL D W s ' J he J I ei-ff ii Pictured are members of the Monogram Club. First row ,left to right are Larry Heath, Albert Bell, Wayne Williams, Leon Potter, Ronald Wallace, Bobby Williams, Clifliie Rowe, joe Wright, Donald Davis, Bill Slaughter, and Doug Hadder. Second row, left to right are Bill Pendleton, Norman Swindell, Walter Mizelle, Johnny 'QW H Anderson, Bill Howell, jimmy Brinson, Mark Dunn, Eddie Holloway, Jerry Oliver, Richard VVilliams, Jimmy Chagaris, Vance 'Wrenn, Jimmy Caton, Bill Sherratt, Van Stephenson, Ronald Heath, Vernon Goodwin, Louise Ipock, Bill Belangia, Helen Rowe, Phil Rawls, and Frankie Hedrick. Page Sixty-Five ational Honor Society Members of the National Honor Society are Marshall Ball, President, Richard McEnally, ViL'C'-Pff'-S'ilil'71fg Joyce Stainhack, Secretary, Gail johnson, Lillian Johnson, Annette Lancaster, Io Ellen Iennette, Margie Pugh, Helen Smith, Eloise Stilley, Olivia Hammond, Rose Humphrey, Treasurer, Brenda Hardy, Jane Osgood, Helen Flythe, Betty Ipock Barbara Toler, jimmy Leathers, Eddie Holloway, Harry MacDonald joe Heath, and Jack Langley. Nr lg-A Margie Pugh extends an invitation to Helen Smith to Annette Lancaster is presented a key and card at the fall become a member of the National Honor Society. induction Ceremony. Page Sixty-Six - nmoNAu. I x 'f ,K 'F A X ,Qc X,,..4.... 1 non scum Y S' Z- ,QR i W Barbara Toler, Margie Pugh, Miss Williams, Mrs. Miller, i?'1 3 g,,J,L, and Mrs. Hunnings enjoy refreshments at the reception is i following the National Honor Society induction. W'-N'fi3'ff3t?ZQj , 3' if A., .IQ f""' 1 5 ,. , ,,. ,, ff 'K W. D x -..W ll .bi will Mrs. Lila Smallwood serves as the sponsor --L... S he X for the National Honor Society. le- M l ,., v lf"'h fi Parents, teachers, and National Honor Society members gather for the reception honoring the new members. After the fall induction ended and the curtain was closed, smiles, tears, hugs, and congratulations marked the back- stage excitement. Page Sixty-Seven Junior Civitan Club "'lsW - Oflicers of the junior Civitan Club are Pat Humphrey, Corresponding Secretary, Margaret Allen, Treasurer, Jimmy Lewis, Chaplain, Io Ellen jennette, Recording Secretary, Richard McEnally, Parliamentariang Helen Smith, Vice-President, jack Langley, President, Guy Porter Rose, Adviser, examine the club charter. n"' Members of the junior Civitan Club are Cary Roser, jackie Smith, Robert Brock, Murilla Oates, Eloise Stilley, Nell Smith, Mickey Register, Carole Forstadt, Barbara Mallard, George Allen, Lillian johnson, Ann Scott, Shirley Rogers, Mary Lib Fox, Shirley NVilliams, Lindsey Stokes, David Zacks, Mary Kay Hand, Kathleen Turner, jane Osgood, Bonnie Fitterinan, and Susan McEnally. As a service project the junior Civitan Club presented the school with a victory Hag. Quite pleased with this accom- plishment are Marshall Ball, jack Langley, and Gary Roser. Nlarshallis mother helped to design the flag and then made it for the club. Page Sixty-Eight Chartered April 27, 1959, the New Bern junior Civitan Club is one of the most active honor clubs on the campus. The Civitans seek to promote better citizenship in the home, school, and community. Providing voters transporta- tion to the polls and the publishing of a student handbook are two of the club's service projects. However, taking up tickets at various athletic functions and serving as guides for conventions are two of the club's most important services. Also, many girls babysit so that mothers can discharge their civic obligations. During its second year, the club acted as host for the state junior Civitan Club Convention. 123' sv? W: Marshall Ball, Lieutenant Governor of Zone 14, meets with committee chairmen to plan for the State junior Civitan Con- vention to be held in New Bern in Nlay. Pictured with Marshall are jo Ellen jen- nette and Pat Humphrey representing the Publieity committee, David Zacks repre- senting the Food and Hospitality com- mittee, and jimmy Lewis and Lillian johnson from the Registration committee. 2 a--u 1 .Q tg.. 4.-4-Luqy ? ,vnu Members of the junior Civitan Cluh served as ushers at the NCEA convention held at NBHS in November. Pat Humphrey and jackie Smith offer a visitor a program. The junior Civitan Club assisted the Senior Club with the fruit cake sales. jimmy Lewis, chairman of the fruit cake sales, supplies Mary Kay Hand, Bonnie Fitterman, and jo Ellen jennette with fruit cakes. Iaekie Smith acts as his secretary. f 'A I A , I V ..'fg..ff' ,Qc 462 ' 0 ik Page Sixty-Nine Senior Girls Tri-Hi-Y Tri-Hi-Y members are first row: Gail Taylor, Ioyce Ellen Stainback, Pat Ragan, Second row: Eloise Reel, Pattie Bryan, Margie Pugh, Helen Rowe, Jo Ellen jennette, Lillian Johnson, Linda Harrison, Barbara Radford. Third row: Brenda Hardy, Brenda Pope, Joe Rice, Barbara Toler, Martha Lewis, Suellen Polzin, Judy Lockey, Ginny Martin. Fourth row: jackie Smith, Ruth Strickland, Nell Smith, Patsy O'Neal, Margaret Rhodes, Lottie Strickland, Rose Humphrey, Annette Lancaster, and Bunny Mcllwean. f f f-- S 1 'H Mrs Helen Smith Trl H1 Y adviser administers the oath of ofhce to the incoming of- ficers. Tri-Hi-Y officers kneelecl after taking the oath of office. They are Annette L a n c a s t e r , Treasurerg Brenda Hardy, Secretary, Barbara Radford, Vice- Presidentgand Rose l Humphrey, President. l Page S euenty , .1 Membership vows are taken by the Senior Girls, Tri-Hi-Y inductees Margie Pugh, Pattie Bryan, Margaret Rhodes, Jo Ellen jenette, Martha Lewis, Helen Rowe, Brenda Pope, joy Rice, and Barbara Toler. 9899? "' 1-AN Barbara Radford welcomes members of other Tri-Hi-Y's who came to New Bern on December 4, 1959, for the Trl-H1-Y Convention. A dance concluded the Saturday activities of the Tri-Hi-X: Convention. Here, New Bern boys and the Tri-Hi-Y girls join in a square dance xxhw H . 5 wp t. , .yt 0 , . -- Fw ,,.: 'gf,i'O,yf,QQtf, fx y f,. ., -. tm' , , ' ? 'xc -1 , , 'X lf, 26.5 . :V ,-Xi, H y, M c , A 4 it M: A .,x t. 1 P ,i gb , ! b i V - , M ' U A m -'vt nf- 5 rf ' ' S P" 7 5 '- -. VL H TX T" '+P' gf Y , 4 'll' .f ' k!',,'VXx, , Q Y . 'gk 5 Y Q ' ' ', X V ' L' Y A V Vx, , lx ,L-.5 ,.., Q W , Yr' A I , J - 1 ' Z lk, -sl Q ' Q fw if - I PL: : V, ,xl A V 1 -J I . 'xl sv ,V . v 'I Q L 'f if S, Y 5 - , E 4 1 gr! ' K V T 5- 4 v 4 , , .. -A lg ,. J, r F Y x . x n i KE T rv. N ,,., 3 Q l Y hi .- ' f ' ' r f , A - '. . ,C I f 1 4 A 4 EV , 5 f u 5 , V W ,I 1 P, U ,Y I M , Q5 t ff as , fx B i f ii? t , 1 -. U1 n z 'fl'-fy: ' t.a.1iQ-5,4 ,H - . QA, -W, X A. A w :G . 1, r 1 'I I A., ,bf ,F-.-qt' 545 V , 3 fi ...-, iff' , -. i .? Mali! v 1' On Saturday morning, visiting delegates gathered for a picture with their New Bern hostesses. Later in the day the group toured Tryon Palace and other places of historic interest in New Bern. Page Seventy-One Junior Girls Tri-l-li-Y ,pw-ay, fl? was f NJ Miss Sarah Green is adviser for the junior Girls Tri-Hi-Y. fin Members of the Tri-Hi-Y are first row, left to right: Mary Stallings, Kay Williamson, Ta Ashford, Martha Thompson, Susan McEnally, Sarah Gooch. Second row, left to right: Carol Vereen, Kathleen Turner, Pat Arant, Janet Meredith, Priscilla Patter- son, Susan Ferebee, Mary Lib Fox, and Sheryl Crowe. Third row, left to right: Bonnie Fitter- man, Mary Lynn Kelso, Temple Lewis, and Joyce Clark. Page Seventy-Two Officers of the junior Girls Tri-Hi-Y are Temple Lewis, Vice- President, jane Osgood, President, Sheryl Crowe, Secretary, and First row, left to right: Helen Earle Smith, Donna White, Shir- ley Wheeler, Ronnie Clark, Glenda Gosnell, Margaret Allen, and Sandra Rodeout. Second row: Helen Flythe, Nancy Whit- ley, Murilla Oates, Rose Gooch, and Cynthia Radford. Third row: Jane Osgood, Pamela Coleman, Rebecca Scott, Mary Kay Hand, B a r b a r a Beck, and Marilyn Munns. Boys Hi-Y ill!!! N - ,.,, -f-"" mu,..ffff:,g'f Pictured are memlwrs of the Boys Hi-Y, First row, -S'l'l1fl'fI Ivft to right: VVilliznns, Bon Scott, Billy Ilown-ll, XVZIIICK' VK'rs-nn, Im- Slim-r, johnny Danny Kellum, Mike johnson, johnny Gnskill, Emmitt Brinson, Anrls-rson, liohc-rt Brock, Cary Host-r, Doniilcl lhwis, lloht-rt Tyson, VVinston Dixon, Douglas Ijock, and Tommy Herritzigc-. Second row, jimmy Brinson, liclwnrrl Bohhins, Billy llunt, litlclic' llollmniy, jc-rry left to right: Jimmy Lewis, Bill Sherrntt, Le-stcr Arthur, Norman Olin-r, Bill Slnughti-r, Cvorgr- Alle-n, Clvn VV4-ntlicfrly, llnxitl Sansa-r, Swindell, Jimmy Chagairis, and LL-on Potter. Strlnrlingf, loft to right: :incl Braxton Olivvr. Billy Dowcly, Kirven Mills, Marshall Bull, Chunn Pursvr, Richard X-fc Q. The otliccrs of the Boys Hi-Y arc Nlr. jimmy Smith, Sponsorg Lincllcy XVhitc-, Prcsidzfrzt: Uuvicl Zacks. lfirv- Prchsicleritg Ricliurcl Register, SCc'rc'turgfg jim Coocyh, TrL'r1.s'11rerg Biclmrcl Nlclfnully, Pr1rIimm'ntf1riu11q Hunt Baxtc-r, Clwlllaing Ronald Collins. Srrgcurzt-ut-Arm.v. Contributing to the Boys Hi-Y Christmas fund are XVinston Dixon, Ben Scott, jerry Oliver, johnny Cuskill, jimmy Chargaris, Bill Sherratt, and Robert Tyson. Page Severity-Tl1rz'C Di tributive Education Club mwmpvxv Afvn ff if The D. E. Club officers are Jeanie Zaytouri, Treasurerg Barbara Edwards, Secretaryg Billy Caskiris, Vice-Presidentg Donna Salford Associate Presidentg and Mike Potter, President. 15 i i fi! if V 3.4 mtg u v 3 I 5 it. 1s'l i , , l 'Q 1 ll First row: Billy Gaskins, Bobby Williams, jack Brown, Dalton Murphy, Dunn, Michael Blythe, Freddie Hill, Nolan, Haye. Fourth row Hulimd Williams. Ser-onrl row: Billy Stovall, Charles Benfield, George Hill, Carlton Lamb, and john Gaskins. Danny Giiskins, Louis Korm-gay, Richard Phillips. Third row: Walter Page Seventy-Four a 41 'F' Ibn. 'gm Q ' Members of the D. E. Club. Firxt row: Judy Dawson, Peggy Morris, Bvtty Collins, Merlyn Moore, In-zmie Zaytnun, Barbara Edwards, and Joyce Hinson, Betty Hines, Carole Moore. Second row: Carolyn Piner, jon Anne Ernul. Louise Ipock, Judy Adams, Barbara Toler, Brenda Pope. Third row: xy, f 2' v--:J aff' Q , .mn fl , NJN 1 Lp' QQJVX Barbara Toler shows Betty Hines the correct method of selling- sell with a Smile! Leon Toler paints the face on u display manikin for use in D. E. merchandizing practices. Page Scccrrty-Five Latin Club B l l l ibm ,ia 10" WH' ! li Members of the Latin Club are left to right: Priscilla Ross Patsy Joseph, Sara Lewis, Barbara Fratzke, Sheila Dickerson, Iudy Darnell, joan Orringer, Helene Howard, and Sandra Perkin. Second T0w! Pattie Pialand, Della Fulcher, Ella Moore, Mary Lou Poot, Cheryl Kwasnick, Sharon Hooks, Penny Gibson, Bonnie Butts, and Carole Regan. On the third row: Temple Lewis, Pat jones, Pat Kilpatrick, Bobby Chagaris, Spencer VVhitford, and Johnny Dunn show their projects to Mrs. Rhodes, Latin Club Adviser. Page Seventy-Six 1, AGS ff' .115 Q, l Nancy Masters, and Mary Lovell. Fourth row: James Warner, Lynwood Potter, George Zaytoun, Ben Moore, jake Griffin, David Opphile, Buddy Cohn, Nancy Ward, Sharon Weatherly, and Pat Edwards. Fifth row: Roger Lee, Henry Ezelle, Glen Weatherly, XI?GmnielO'Connor, jack Lee, Bill Kafer, Speedy Buting, and David hitf-ie d. xv?-W, '- Latin Club officers are Sara Lewis, Reporter Shirley NVheeler, President, Beverly Perry, Vice President, Carolyn Coker, Chaplain, Connie Toler, Treasurer, and Mary Kay Hand, Secretary l i F I' C fl ch C 1 ll b . ' l Q ' H531 5-97 L ., , , :PQ ,QP - 1 X I ld' lm. hmm Rf-KNEE' ' wh.-1. ' N E ,l i K -9- X 54vf.g,, ' l 4 4 x -iw tu. I U -..-.-.+fi,i, rv-as X 4 .tw 1 fix X' .- vo 5' - ,-I .Il Mrs. Helen Smith, French Cluh sponsor, shows a French Conversational Chart to the cluh members. X The French Cluh Oflicers, Donnie Cohn, Treasurerg Helen I Earle Smith, Secretary, Kay Phillips, Vice-President, and Gary 1 Roser, President, pledge allegiance to the Hag. l l l --.. -..G ,au-,gf l l -- 1 I Members of the French Cluh. First row: Nancy NVhitley, Ann Cox, Adams, john Thompson, Mildred Emory, jessie Hall, Phil Fccher, Pat Afanf- Joan Dunn.. Brenda Cox, Ioan Voshell, Prose Gooch. Clyde Cilnhle, Lyle Robinson, jimmy King, Barbara Opphile, Vfayne Sarah Bradbury, Sylvia Pmer, Mary Kate Quick. Second row: Charles VVilliams, Betty lpock, Edward Hohluins, and Lois Brinson. Page Seventy-Secen Science Club t Oflicers of the Science Club weigh chemicals on a balance. The officers are: Eddie Holloway, President, Mr. Smith Adviser, jean Gosnell, Secretary, Vernon Goodwin, Vice-President, and joe Heath, Treasurer. Members of tha- Science Club, .wrltczl from left to right are: john Tliomas, joe Hughes, Bobby Fern-hee, Iohn Heath, jimmy Chagaris, Bill Bc-langia, and Jim Gooch. Second r0w:. Celia Parsons, Rusty Oliver, Bill Howell, Charles Turner, lim Leathers, Kirvin Mills, and Richard Williams. Third row: Elsie Hines, Tull Jenkins, Larry Toler, Nancy Hare, Bill Shi-rratt, joe Slater, and Ben Scott. Fourth row: Page Seventy-Eight Tommy Lamar, Mickey Register, David Zacks, Stevie Bennett, Helen Basart, Mike Stringer, and Emmett Brinson. Fifth row: Bill Aster, Johnny, Ward, Nelson McDaniel, Rudy Northington, George Blow, Jimmy Johnson, and Bobby Rouse. Sixth row: Stevie Thomas, George Cox, johnny Anderson, Bill Talhert, Charles Hickerson, John Seaton, and Harry Albritton. V l e LA-Au. , .....,.,, It ,qi 3 s 1 I l Members of the Radio Club are, first row: jimmy Ammons, Alfred Everington, Calvin Kornegay, Chares Whitford, Charles Harclison, and Lester Butts. Second row: Hilton Moore, Nicky Soles, Bob Manning, Robert Cuthrell, Jim Powers, Freddy Dietz, Cary Hollar, Rickey Benton, adio Club , 1 1. 1. .2 r mein Doug Braddy, Charles Humphrey, Andy Burnham, Danny Smith, Ikey Holton, and George Norris. Third row: Maurice LaHue, Linwood Turnage, Ion Bouher, Leslie Avery, Charles Waters, Lynwood VVaters, Tommy Morris, Robert Watson, and Chester Donaldson. Wi . . ' 'YW fir-nc, 1-, Officers of the Radio Club are jimmy Paul, President, Robert Harclison, Vice-Presiclentg and Toby Simmons, Secretary-Treasurer. Page Scrgcnty-Nine ......-4wv.u-5f- --1'-121111, +L. WL ,., , Future Homemakers of America , 2 4 ,M ,M wr xg, .Z-'F-'A mill Members of the F.H.A. try their hand at making dried arrangements for home decoration. Seated are Hatsy Divoky, Shirley Rowe, Suzan Orringer, Sandra Hideoutt and Edith Miller. Standing are Christine Long, Marie Sutton, Linda Mclieel, Vicki Woodard, Kathryn Hughes, Patricia Lupton, Linda Rice, Peggy Toler, Patricia Flood, Elizabeth Pipkin, Donna Hicks, janet Ingram, and Dianne Bray. Y 1 Miss Marigaret Fischel, adviser press. l"ntmn'e hoinemakers pictured with her are Linda Petree, Alice Ricks, Dianne Laughinghouse, and Connie VVhite. to the F.H.A., demonstrates the way to Page Eighty rm. 1 Posed for a picture are Lannis Rowe, Pat Eubanks, Sheila Beauchamp, Linda Griffin, Carol Miller, Nancy Stilley, Linda White, Brenda Green, Una Fay Grant, Marie Sutton, Donna Hedrick, Betty Biggers, Pat Harmatuk, Ida Fay Ipock, Drenda Paul, Vicki Davis, Hatsy Divoky, Grace Avery, Betty Hendrick, Rose Morris, Ioan Tyndall, Peggy Leary, Mona Taylor, Judy Shuffler, Shirley Moore, Vicki Woodard and Peggy Ipock. l uh ,av Y 9' if i .a-1 Mrs. jean Fulcher, co-advisor to the F.H.A., helps Judy Manning, Elaine Jones. Dorothy Bell, and Doris Finch intake u cake. Members of the F.H.A. pictured here are Dianne Laughinghouse, Alvania Cahoon, Sheryl Gay, Evelyn Rouse, Barbara Flood, Gloria Gable, Ann Fordham, Glenda Holt, Patricia Lupton, Marie Willis, Doris Pipkin, Ann Coley, Emily Blackmon, Emestine Hollowell, Loretta Slan, Corrine VVhit1ey, Judy Manning, Carol Nelson, Elaine McSorley, Gloria Robinson, Marie Hanes, Susan Bell, Ruby Wilson, Lillian Langford, Linda Barnes, Brenda Gaskins, Emma Turnage, Glenda Powell, and Linda Fulcher. L I PHYLLIS XVEST 'O PVC-S'ifiC7lf of the F. H. A. a. 2. 4 - C Future Homemakers Pat House, Emma Turnage, Anna Strivlxlimd. Emma Pugent. Alvania Cuhoon. Freda Goers. and Ex' the Fine art of making attractive dresses. elyn House learn Page Eighty-One Dramatics Club WF X . IL' . :Url ', -uiii', . i?:2E1iEi:::e:::-- 4 ' ' " My 'if fi . - f y lx ., .- 1114 ' I l 'Q -4 3 . ,' f x 1 Q3 Officers of the Dramatics Club are julia Laughinghouse, Leon Toler, Frances McSorley, and Bobby Forsythe. 1 2 7, if "Her Maiesty, Miss jones," was presented by the Dramatics Club. Gaskins, Sylvia Piner, Joyce Clancy, jane Knowles, and Miss Hilda Taking ll bow are Kenneth Lipman, Les Colgrove, Harry Kahn, Frances Cordon, Director. McSorley, Leon Toler, Julia Laughinghouse, Frances Brinkley, Robert Members of the Dramatics Club pictured ZQXGMAH here are Gail Council, Betty Tinglc, 4 Gloria Hale, Becky Scott, Grace Fodrie, 41 X Kenneth Lipman, Leon Toler, Julia ' Laughinghouse, and Bobby Forsythe. Page Eighty-Two Future Teachers of America 77' fn M W V rl ...ff v s we Wmylgg Q .X .ag Bl V A , " A Z ,, Officers of the F.T.A. are Virginia Humphrey, Treasurerg Margie .df 4 Pugh, Secretaryg Eloise Reel, Vice-Presidentg Pattie Bryan, President. - 1, 'Hr Susan Mitchell, Eloise Reel, and Mrs. Gardner check the tables for the luncheon held for the Classroom Division of the NCEA. ,pf A V. Members of the F.T.A. are, left to right: Kay Williamson, Donna White Judy Messer, Susan Bell, Sandy Kilby, Glenda Gosnell, Susan Mitchell, and Jane Osgood. Lib Piner, Carol Vereen, Ioanne Munford, Ienny Hollister, Evann , Rowe, Teresa Mann, Doris McComhs, Kathleen Tumer. Lynn Ceiter, Page Eighty-T11 rec ping, Club 4 fin' rv-5 lifffw Members of the Typing Club are Lila Tripp, Linda Lewis, Betty Bell, Eleanor McKeel, Anna Weatherington, Brenda Hardy, Ronnie Clark, Sara Carraway, Susie Hardman, Linda Simpson, Virginia Clark, Sue Daniels, Bonnie Moore, and Marie Swindell. Betty Ring, Treacy Turner, Mrs. Brinson, Cookie Wilson, Ioan Sutton, ,ii Insurance salesman Walter Scheper spoke to the Typing Club about secretarial requirements at one of their regular club meetings. Page Eighty-Four uv Nellie Clark, Vice-President, Mrs. Brinson, Adviser, Linda Caskins, Secre- tary, Lillian Johnson, President, and Barbara Waters, Treasurer, make plans for Typing Club activities. urses Club X l 1 L1 4 Miss Elizabeth Williams, spon- sor, and Martha Lewis, Presi- dent, are always ready to help - the "future nurses." gal i W T7 s V. 1 4 hi..s.m.l Members of the Nurses Club-First row: Dorothy Pugh, Vickie Miller, Elaine Rhodes, Barbara NV:-the-rington Cora VVillis Second row: Becky Parrott, Secretary-Trensurvrg jean Caskill, Beverly Rhodes, Mary Frances Brinson, Barbara Lexlvis, ffail Papal Third row: Elizabeth Barnard, Frances Fulford, Sue Io Lowery, jan Marshburn, and Shirley Rowe. 'gnu .f cv xl f' '51 My rx Mernbers of the Nurses Club-First row: Mary Lib Fox, Helen Flythe, Chaplain, Martha Lewis, Pl'l',Yllll'7lfQ Sharon Stewart Iackle Th V' -P ' I -- ' - 1 ' '- ' ' ' . omas, we resident. Second row. Brenda Cnmsley, Carolyn Dixon, Pattie Haner, Vicki Nh-Cotter, Bc-tty Cradyl Third row: Candace Burroughs, Patsy O'Neal, Gail Taylor, Talya French, and Dianne Todd. Page Eighty-Five Q Bridge Club Organized this year and sponsored by Mrs. Barbara Brock and Miss Louise Anderson, the Bridge Club has met once a week after school in the cafeteria. Pictured in the foreground are Annette Lancaster, Barbara Radford, Mark Dunn, Joyce Stain- back, and Rose Humphrey. After having had a few lessons, Margaret Rhodes, jackie Smith, and jo Ellen Iennette were enthusiastic bridge players. Mrs. NVhitley looks on wondering how jo Ellen can possibly make her bid. Mrs. Brock explains the point system in bidding to Gail Brock, Kenneth jones, and Bonnie Fitterman. rm? my-4' .Wg M A ' Page Eighty-Six l Music Club Officers of the Music Club are Virginia Gaskins, Secretary- Treasurer, and Bobby XVillituns, President. Not pictured is In "vm vt, ,,, I I i I I l i , N3 Donald Smith's own keen interest in music makes him the logical sponsor of the Music Club. janeth Hill, Vice-President. l l l l Mernbers of the Music Club are, first row: Sharon Hughes, Priscilla Ienkins, Helen Rowe, Emestine Riggs, Ruth Strickland, and Anna Gillikin. Second row: Linda Harrison, Barbara Mallard, Dorothy Burkhart, Hilda Hubbard, Beverly French, Eloise Stilley, and Elsie Brackins. Third row: Joe Chance, John Pauza, Annette Hughes. Rita Holton, Linda Smith, Billie Griffin, and Annette Cibble. I-'mirth row: Donald Flynn, Russ Conner, jimmy Phillips, Donnie Benrivtt, Gail VVriQht, Sharon Smith, Lottie Strickland, Spence-r XYhitforcl. and P1-ggy Holt. Page Eighty-Scccn College Da Representatives of various colleges check in with at the registration desk. ,,,,A-'wg W iff, - VQ it ff!! W CCS A Olivia Hammond fa.. . X . S-Avis I x+ X-as ? A Y 51 , I . 4'i'v ,-f-13 iw ,,,. ', Q.. ,sins ef 1 johnny Gaskill and Sherry NVooten seek information about Duke's entrance requirements. " 1 ,W , i ' ,L 'O ' ' ' fx i fe so .1 1 ww' The Nancy Taylor School of Charm attracts many high school girls. Page Eighty-Eight Chowan College is the major interest of Judy Lockey and Ricky Markey. College Day was held September 23, 1959, in the high school gym with sixty colleges being represented. The Na- tional Honor Society served as guides for the event. Both juniors and seniors spent the morning discussing their plans for further education with various college representatives. Havelock High School was invited to join us for the occasion. fe X... l " Hoping to pursue a medical career, Patsy O'Neal seeks information about Watts Hospital. N. C. Stateis representatix' li Talking to Miss Nlary Bland josey, Barbara Radford and Joyce Stainbaek express a sincere interest in their first choice-Nlereditlil Mrs Helen Smith, an alumna of Meredith, gives lier approval. e explains the R. O .T. C. program to prospective engineer Page Eiglzfy-Nine Seniors Attend ational as ..-. . Xp i, WY! 1 'Qs Annette Lancaster, Carolyn Dixon. Patsy O,Neal, and ' jo Ellen Iennette, Brenda Smith, Mrs. Hodges, Mrs. Green, Mrs. Crayton, Margie Pugh, Billy Dowdy, and Margaret Rhodes are already seated on the bus ready to head for Washington. Gary Roser are pictured boarding the chartered bus which was to take them to Washington, D. C. New Bern High School had the honor of having the largest delegation in attendance at the Fourteenth National Conference on Citizenship held in Washington, D. C. September 16-19. The 1959 conference highlighted the theme HU. S. Citizenship-Know It-Cherish It- Live It.', The Honorable Arthur S. Flemming, Secretary of Health, Education, and Welfare, delivered his keynote address on this theme. Our group attended the Naturalization and Citizenship Day Cere- monies at the Washington Monument, participated in discussion groups, and heard both the United States Marine and Army Bands p ay. NVhile in Washington, D. C., our delegation was entertained at the Swiss Embassy. Mike johnson, Mrs. Dunn, Mack Williams, Jimmy Lewis, Louise Ipock, Margie Pugh, Mrs. Crayton, Joyce Ellen Stainback, and Rose Humphrey seem to be enjoying the delicious Swiss refreshments that were served. Page Ninety Chosen on the basis of scholarship and school citizenship, Mark Dunn, Marshall Ball, Ioyce Ellen Stainback, and jo Ellen Iennette go to Washington as alternate official delegates. Richard McEnally, the official delegate, represented our school on a panel of eight college and high school student from the entire nation one night while we were at the conference. Citizenship Conference l l Our entire delegation is pictured at the Swiss Embassy with the Swiss Ambussaclor, his wife, and Mack L. Lupton. xft,,m3X rm.. ...,. ..., .M Qs.: XFPW ,. '2 , 'z x I X xg K 4 5 1 Libby Hodges, Martha Ann Lewis, Rose Humphrey, Patsy O'Nezil, Put Humphrey, Suellen Polzin, Joyce Ellen Stain- back, Olivia Hammond, Jo Ellen Iennette, Ann McIntyre, Annette Lancaster, and Brenda Smith served as hostesses in their colonial costumes for Several of the meals during the Citizenship Conference. Page Ninety-One The Hobo Dance gave N.B.H.S. students an opportunity to sport their Dogpatch Sunday best. VVe danced after football games at sock hops. f After the football games, informal dress and the latest bop records made for an enjoyable evening. Page Ninety-Two We had fun at Betty Ipock and Robert Brock demonstrate the Cha-Cha-country style. VVeary cheerleaders were not too weary to shed their shoes to dance after the football games. our dances VV e Y I The Tri-Hi-Y dance climaxed the State Girls Tri-Hi-Y convention. L. On Friday nights we try to wear socks sans holes, for all of us shed our shoes and danced. H ,Q Cookie XVilson and jackie Zuytoi Sweetheart Couple at the Bear Cub in were chosen the 'S dance. George Allen says, "Come on baby, let's dance." Page Ninety-Three' Members of the 1959-60 varsity footlwall team are, first row: Walter Mizelle, Vernon Goodwin, Jimmy Chngaris, Ioe Heath, Cliffie Rowe, Ronald Heath, Harold French, and jack Zaytoun. Second row: Doug Brock, Donald Humphrey, Guy Hamilton, Bill Slaughter, Ronald Wallace, Tull Jenkins, and Bill Pendleton. Third row: Albert Bell, Bill Howell, Leon Potter, Donald Davis, Harry MacDonald, Jimmy joe Heath and Cliftie Rowe were Co-Captains of the 1959-60 football team. Page Ninety-Four QQ- N3 Cayton, and Bill She-rratt. Fourth row: Bobby Forsythe, Bill Belangia Gorman Lewis, Norman Swinde.'. Jim Gooch, Wayne Williams and Phil Rawls. Fifth row: Glenn L,1nn, Larry Heath, Tommy Lamar Eddie Lee, Manager, Hunt Baxter, Ronald Collins, Joe Nelson and Bill Murphy. IJ, SAM ARBES Head Football Coach Bears Bears Bears Bears Bears Bears Bears Bears Bears Bears SCOREBOARD Morehead 6 . . . . Washington 7 . . Roanoke Rapids 13 . . . jacksonville 26 .. Goldsboro 14 . . . . Wilson 56 . . . . . Greenville 13 .. Elizabeth City 12 . . . . . Tarboro 35 ., Kinston 32 The New Bern lligh School Varsity football team haul a strange record for its 1959-60 season. Although the team won more than half its games statistic-wise, they were unable to push across the touchdowns when they were needed. This can be explained by the simple fact that this year was one in which we rebuilt our forces into a potent threat for the years to come. In any case, the thrills and glamour of football are now only a memory. For the Seniors, it will always remain as a memory second only to gradiiation. For the underclass- men the memory of this year will be faded, for they will remember the teams of their Senior year. Let it be remembered, however, that the teams of the immediate future will be directly influenced by the experience gained during the 1959-60 season. The won-lost record was against the Bears this year, but we have faith that next year will hold a different fate for our team. The BRUIN Staff along with the rest of our school Wishes to give the Seniors of this yearls team our com- mendation for a job Well-done and to remind the rest of the team that the valuable experience gained this year will benefit the teams of the future. x '45 In the huddle, every head was bowed in prayer for clean sportsmanship, safety, and victory. Page Xiiicty-Fire The men were separated from the boys in the rough game with WVash- ingtorfs Pam Pack. IIM GOOCH End Davis and Cayton are in hot pursuit of Morehead's ball Carrier. ' un-,,, I ff 'AF Page N i nety-S ix W1 X Q. "Ja Til' 2 - The Q MXL 1'f " 4:lAV4 ' Hrst casualty. Phil Rawls couldn't be stopped with just one block. R "xp X Three Roanoke Rapids defenders and a bad pass give WVallace a hard time. :gf Y f- J, r - ,f 91-' r fr' . ff, ,, e..2fg4."i.h, BILL SURRATT End Z., - , . 'Q VERNON GOODXVIN Tackle Page Nirwty-Scum X ff' if Q f Q If? ,g:. W U, 4 .1 vm aj Y, In ' if 1 Q The Bears complete another pass. ALBERT BELL Quarterback ,, ,- f- ,, . ,, , - . .,, 9 .,. 'N A fi . , , '34 , ,,, , L' ff, ' The Bears were outstanding defensive players. RQNALD CQLLINS Guard Page Ninety-Eight , .HJ , 7.1, I .. ,wr I A 0, S '51 I 1133 ,JI ,f .vi 5 ft ,, .f' f-v,s:5gs .r rzeff4'Z-r'f: ' 5 1, , - , -.xx ,N utr. N X xii lx XX. Q: 'HW' Nwrlr Wim me .'15X'fff'f1I X4 'ri XX QLJN' -1 H Ir rr r xx ff- wer! .rr yxqwx N 3' "f ,WH 7 I' f'. J 'ir V "'XMl-TfMlkW4'1.rf'- "" 'f"' 1lE'f?55ar1L'.' 1 x xx X-jx! ff' -.-MQ e. A9 9'-:lf f.27Zf,,f'H ZW' 122' ' o Our opponents make good use of every opportunity to score. Leon Potter brings the ball carrier to the ground. JIMMY CHAGARIS Center HUNT BAXTER Halfback Page N' Ct! N r 5 I ,Q f E x ,M J-V Football - -6. "'a P' ? 1 N 'Q 1 Q fs. Members of the 1959-60 Junior Varsity Football Team are, first row: Norris Reed, Radford RL-cl, Tommy Libbus, Sam Birmingham, Linwood Smith, Bill Conway, Johnny Ward, Bobby Rouse, Bill Aster, Speedy Bunting, Bill Harris, joe Spruill, and Clyde Bi-langia. Fourth Simmons Patterson, Carl Guthrie, and Richard Simons. Second row: row: Red VVhite, Mickey We-cks, Jack Lee, Bill Kafer, Sammy Ebon Rickey Greene, Henry Smith, Jay Salem, Sam Whitehurst, WVinston and Phil Steiner, Manager. Dixon, Charles Hickerson, johnny Dunn, and Ray Massengill. Third row: 'UF vivd . i 4 l 4 1 I H ,. ....7' ' 5-. 'S I 3 1 :1'7t'x J v. 9' Athletic Director NVill Pittman is flanked by I. V. football coaches Bob Lewis and Jeter Taylor. N. Two Cubs are ready to get the of NVashington's Pam Pack. Page drop on Number 21 Om' Hundred One J J-V Football Radford Reel goes down after a short gain. The 1959-60 junior Varsity Football Team gained valuable experience during the past season. Fin- ishing their games with a better Won-lost record than the varsity eleven, they have assured us of a team to be proud of in coming years. The Junior Varsity Bears will fill in the ranks of those Who graduate this year, standing side by side with those who have proved their worth With the varsity. Although not lettermen, the Cubs cannot 1. v. sCoREBoARD be justly called "green" because they too, have played hard for the honor of New Bern High School. The school salutes the Junior Varsity Foot- ball Team and hopes that in the following years, all J. V. teams will have the fighting spirit and will to win as shown by the 1959-60 team. If future I. V. teams will show the promise as shown by this yearis club, then the student body can watch their play with pride. Spunky, hard-hitting Cubs made Beaufort bow in a 31-0 defeat. Page One Hundred Two Bears 31 ......................, Beaufort Bears 13 .. ...... Washington 13 Bears 12 . . . . . . Roanoke Rapids 14 Bears 13 . . . . . Jacksonville 13 Bears 13 . .. ..... Goldsboro 13 Bears 0 .... .... R ocky Mount 13 Bears 13 . . . ....... Greenville 14 Bears 0 .... Elizabeth City Bears 7 .. ..... Kinston I 4 1 Kg ,a no 1 ll "' Conway stops Goldshords ball carrier with a jarring tackle. The sign of victory! . M . 'fx' .". J :ff , . 'L I I K ' l V A . X We 1 ,K 1 .I l' 5 ill' l 4 Little Cubs acted like Big Bears when they tackled Kinston's Red Devils. Reel-went down, but it took two of Jan-ksom'ille's Cardinals to stop him. , lily "9" 1.4655 -N . 'T' s"'J , wnwl ,B VI? Page One Hundred Three 'A ' 5'3'+"f'ff'5"9? -f Vfpfefw Q ., v 3, F If h Q: T' V 'Q 'Y fl ' -'J 1. u 4 A l E 7 1 v ' ll J 15 fa, 2' as ,s 'f . -fi i MQ H9 U 'E ' ii! viii V 'J V ! us 2 fy ?:b, we ,l - V ' 9 A H .Q It 1 .Y 5 gi gl Y, e 2 ,E 5 c 1 - ogg gf- 1' ,g 5 . 9 ei , S . qui, ? Wi J' i 2 Q Q' '11 w 4 . . e, ' as if f 1' -1 I ig X .I g' A L A M L., ' ' 'M' '1 ,Q L X J ' , si J .I A : i he 4 : ir ef- me -6- 2' if .r 'fx " f l My sq ' e f W S- Vt Q I v ,x 155 W Z t 1 . t ,ik 'I V R 'Z 1 , it ,A :Q if 0 ' 4. fm ,SS ' Q . 1,-ph f 4 - 'W 4 i ,. 1 5 K 4 3 - 1. - 35? 4'-.e Q 5 V, 3 Q 1 'P ' Q 1,1 e F1 rf. l N, JW! 1. 4 h 5 Q in ff Q if E Qi M it pf, . l X ag N 'WHY ' New Bern High School's Marching Band takes time off from its busy schedule to pose for an oflicial picture. y i jimmy Ricks and Boots appear tired after the night's HENRY SMITH performance. Drum Major Daily practice sessions of New Bern High School Marching Band explain why the Band can execute so many unusual figures during half-time show. Page One Hundred Four HN hx , I 1 ' l lv " " 'Z 5 ,lv vs s. " 4' N ,T , B' '-'A N ' I 4 .. bg, K . - -' W- "fl ,eff l K - l Q 2" .,.. 1 V, ' 4 f C, ' in 735' , 'SA NRM-XQAJ , -4,5 1 Q if ' " aa f-1, 'A , "QQ, Ji' . g I 5 . I' ' l, f :ju 1 ' "' X- " . , , """ " ' ,,v:9vm'7-M X Kg, Aw . f -- A' f . A' lu 2,3 'I " 4 J' V' 1 1 .x '54 1 4 'x A 5, Q7 is-flgfgl 'p-Qffi -tfiiiffg ' ' . ' f". 5 l 1' "-riff My ,f,1-Z- 52. lt"-' Sv' I J t . , , 'n 1' 'ik' 'fwli' 'A ' 5,5 'f :nga 7 A ,Q-7?3.,:5 ff, 4-.A -..A . . ,pairs M., , g, ,, . . ,W , Q .., . ,,+, . . ., gg -, .y .M .5, V vw fs Z '2'?ff- . 2 . "' . -,nj '1 - -',' . f 4 1 'f . . , L w-.:..- ' U . , , . . New Bern High Sehool's Majorettes are Linda Harrison, Hcuclg june-th Hill, Donna Jo Bell, Marita Land, and Nlildretl Gwaltney. Sidney White, joe Wright, Wanda Smith, Charles Bratcher, Gene Cnskill, jimmy ' . , -. , , 3 Meredith, and Rosalie Vogel, members of the Tin Can Band, played for the half-time Lmdd Hdrrlsqn 'md Dlmnd JO BFXH Dtrfornl of one of the Junior Varsity games. intricate routines during half-time at the football game. .4 New Bern High School's Marching Band brightens up the Christmas parade. Page One Hundred Five Homecomin Parade S 'S mmf Insecticide "Real-Kill Tiger Killer" won Hrst place for the F.H.A. Club in the Homecoming Parade. W ' . ww The Boys Hi-Y float shows how the Bears used the Tigers for a "Superlative Shorteningf' Page One Hundred Six . -. ., -' .' 444' -.i' ," -. -' fv'f 9, yi . h The junior Girls Tri-Hi-Y was a runner-up with an exact repro- duction of Bruno. lg! 1. . , .1 T , A The Bear Cub Staff published a special edition of their paper to announce the Bear's victory over the Tigers. 'dnb'- H1-nf x -"" . X i LFSQ QR M ' X xfinv- '- vf'-l'f,Qr5gt"' r . 1. v, X L :Phe Science Qlub float shows that even "Puss M' ' 1 n Boots cant help a Tarboro Tiger. h A ll'-U1 4-353. ill.. WG! .,, .l X A I f--4-A an 4 ,, Q.. p.-..:-.11-,-: 3,3555 .1-1.1.3.--1' 'tx' ' -13,13 f"N num PUIU 'IEAIUW MU HSN! BEARS llll Ill IH! Pepsi's commercial provided the inspiration for the Senior Girls Tri-Hi-Y to predict the Bearis victory over the Tigers. A take off on the L 61 M advertisement, the Iunior Civitan Club says, "Less Tar, More B'ar." ,S S "'-M-L.. ,. 1 i y 139' r Let tt f 1,1725 ,L i - 'H m m , i1fffm.fwmrfn'7 ,S r 'vis' "The only good bug is a dead hug" was the inspiration when the Nurses Club changed the slogan to "The Only Good Tiger Is a Dead Tiger." Page One Hundred Scuen Homecoming Mr. MacDonald poses with the 1959 Homecoming Queen, Patsy O'Neal, and her escort, Cary Roser, immediately after the crowning ceremony. l l l l i Gail Taylor, David Zacks, Emogcnc Williams, Jimmy Brinson, Jane-th Emmitt Brinson, Libby Hodges, Lindley White, Suellen Polzin, Robert Hill, Richard Mclinally, Dorothy Burkhart, Tom McKnight, Bunny Tyson, Patsy O'Neal, and Gary Hoser are pictured following their Mcllwean, Mike Potter, Carolyn Dixon, Mack Williams, Lillian johnson, participation in the half-time program of the Homecoming game. Page One Hundred Eight Xlpjjv- 1, 1 'dl , TV' fl nd. ."Q . ' 4 I , ". 1 3 ' . , v , . . f - 1 1 , , . u . Q . H, ,. ,. . 1' ,X 1 s 1 . , . "1 . ' 1. , ,' 1' -fd Q , 4 ' Q 4 , -x , n- 'g -," A . 'S ' l' 1 I ' I L ' , E AF" D' 'gr 'A nf" f , 7 f f ' s 'fl f. L Q " V o- , ., ,, ,S y fill, -"ill 1 IK- ' M C e , M ,Y - ... . , ' 4 :S X' KIM pklj Z Z' ,t ,- I W g 4 I vi vii: 2 'lt . . " in A' U i ix Rl . , "YV .1 Z 3. n El 3' f l . fl-'fn ff. - 5' .Q,'u,m's :J.x455:.A, a il. ' Q "9"':Q .ll x ,K . ' X ' , if N l i ii' ' ' 1 haf ' l A f. .i :fi X- ' 1-ll ,, , 'ff 32, ll ? Xfyftlz-E PATSY O,NEAL !,gjn3'3?'P,3fSi?' 'iii LMT'-' 1131?-f-3 ggfmhiffgi, i'ff.'3,i j-53,511 Hvmevvmfng Queen ' n in 'iw 3 -if EH , f if lil 'l ' . Mlgl ' flee ' :Yi i fri" wi ' - W -' fl.. mf ffl--3, W - 'l'9fi5'Qi 73 Pi- "J, - y . fl? ,. fflf N 5590" 2 5 An- .- Q 1 L Carolyn Dixon, Dor- f ji' i 12 ' 1 33, , 'H P42 lg 1 .' f 'V othy Burkhart, and If w ', P ' 1,-fi., 5 ,.,"l? ' 1' :V 1 - 'l ff ' " - " Janeth Hill. L-' r'.1'?,.x-'.4w5-,Ns E," "RFB ' gif: 4 lf-Arif' Wa- V-P elf!! if ff, if in l '- 'I' flpfd AJP ' Lf ! K L, A 1 ',, Lv. i n fl Vg ' K- ., y 'H.": fuK.l. 4, i if i i ! ' viii , y x 4 Q ,B fl, if Q- - Q ' M 4 f ll Q l , gf Z , . f y a 'S 4 i R lx' - W H Y S i X Ig bs..,' ?-4 f- if iv- Lillian johnson, Bunny Mcllwean, and Emo- gene Williams. Gail Taylor, Suellen Polzin, and Libby Hodges. Page One Hundred Nine With the cold' and icy blasts of winter comes the excite- ment of basketball season. The crowd surging to its feet as the red and black clad Bears race down the court to score makes a colorful contrast to the quiet starkness of the world outside. The bruinettes and cheerleaders add feminine beauty to the scene. Concerts are presented by the glee clubs, choir, and band. The long awaited Christ- mas holidays arrive and after them the much-dreaded ex- aminations. The Bear Cub, with its letters to Santa and holiday greetings,is printed in red ink. The sophomores have finally finished their insect and leaf collections and settle down to Iulius Caesar. The Freshmen are no longer uncertain but now feel an integral part of N. B. H. S. Our fine wrestling team once more captures the conference championship. Occasionally a sprinkling of snow drifts from the sky, and everyone rushes to windows to watch the Hakes slowly fall and melt away. These activities I-ill our time during the . . . L. Q Q C' 7 I -r If J., 3 i f f .A r A, ru 'ax I a""' ' fy' u.J' fav . 9" .24-' .f', 1 -N in .-4 1 5 4"'.n. '- ff hi 1 5 if' 040 9 Q 1 ,-av , 6 I9 ,M I 'wif 358 s ' 'Q ,JMS- v -G ,, ' .-'?'d'., .""f4 'L fb-'qw' ,"5..,.,e., -501 YI-' ft' fr' 'br' ' F4-:ff-" rr. f.1 ' 1-. "'7'4':13: "du fgggr- A- ' ,, - .. an 4 . Q A, , Q. " I ' -. 9"-'Jr' ' 8 . v - ' ,, Qt, fm '., ,ig - A- A sushi'-.9 "4-' A ' '- a....a..1a , f ' 5f .g., """-wk H9 '.?,?'fI.2' f ' WI TER UPHGMORE hams Ca f M. fe The Sophomore class oflicers pose obligmgly for the camera They are Shirley Wheeler First Vice Presidentg Murilla Oates Secretary Bonnie Fitterman Second Vzce Presulent Leon Potter Preszdent Charles Alford jimmy Ammons Ta Ashford Betty Bell Donna jo Bell Martha Benfield Sam Birmingham Elsie Brnckins Francis Brinkley Mary Frances Brinson Page One Hundred Twelve -s, 'Gi nh 11- Tull Cumbo Delores Daley Donald Davis Howard Dean Mike Diechman XVinston Dixon Glenn Dunn Richard Dunn Sammy Ebon Bertha Edwards Charles Edwards Pat Edwards Robert Evans Alfred Everington Harry Faulkner Susan Ferebee Bonnie Fitterman Dan Foley Bobby Forsythe Bill Fox ar, 9 Pu' .GW i' is CG ,O 4? 7 K-' if " SWB. 0 fi- 4 ' .- if ., 1 "" A Merle' Brinson Sammy Brinson Douglas Brock Dana Brown Bonnie Butts Alvina Cahoon Mack Caton Joanne Chance Virginia Clark Mary Kay Cobb Carolyn Coker Sara Cook Carolyn Cornwell Gail Council Sheryl Crowe 11 - 1 ss:- ' gn! 4 LL --I M ,i .N A .l :Qu 5 if ,g Y fr., "gym ,. 5 1-Ez? S ei fi-4 f '53 Page One Hundred Thirteen Beverly French Della Fulcher Linda Fulcher Darrell Gaskins Robert Gaskins ,,.,,f Itqffx Q is f"i :', " i I ': ' I f' , I '21, ., 0 -S ' V 1 kj' H .,,, 4 -1 "" ' ig , A A, 5 ' rafts? 'wi-J. - t f vef.hmg,,,Mjgi,,,, ri ,X , ' Wiffftgll, x Leola Gibble A A it Penny Gibson , Q3 ,.12 Joyce Gibson 22 4 7 fifsyt, , Rose Gooch 9? ' W ' Sara Gooch L L i x Ricky Green 5? llidd Grlfrhn X l james Gurley 'J Douglas Hadder x "'A: A. T. Haddock I' K' AfV-'f, f wg m ' Katherine Hagan N ' W Gloria Hale -gm M V an Mary Kay Hand b ,V " 4607 Patty Haner V, I ' Q ,f Zylphia Haney E W P D , 1 13' Gif" 1'-, df Page One Hundred Fourteen 2 -I 'X 1 411 tangy ,. M , AW" ophomores Murilla Oates and Mary Lynn Kelso demonstrate the horseman- ship ability for which they, mem- bers of the Sophomore class, are well-known. Many Sophomores are in attend- ance at the sock hops. Shown enjoying themselves during a slow dance are Howard Dean, Susan Ferebee, Ta Ashford, Glenn Dunn, Dale NValker, and some other members of the class. ophomores Le " lu , - 4 -i t .. :WT-, A ax X ' - . . N . ' sr' - . 'I '-' I ,, ff. l E.: . I an ' 1 4' .,r-2 Q A '5 l'Xxs Ak Brenda Hardison Charles Hardison Emily Hardison Francis Hardison Helen Hardison Faye Hargett Billy Harris Larry Heath Sandra Heath Frankie Hadriek Charles Hiekerson Ernestine Hollowell Orville Holton Sharon Hooks Pat House Hilda Hubbard Billy Hunt Bessie Johnson Tommy johnson Donna jones Page One Hundred Fifteen Douglas jones jimmy Jones Pat Iones Patsy joseph Bill Kafer Harry Kahn Mary Lynn Kelso Louise Kent Patricia Kilpatrick jane Knowles Cheryl Kwasnick Tommy Lamar Christy Lamm 4 VI: Marita Land Lillian Langford Dianne Laughinghouse n2f 3 'H julia Laughinghouse 'iQV"J1' . .aw 4' ' WAWXW A, ma jack Lee Barbara Lewis Temple Lewis Kenny Lipman Christine Long Patricia Lupton Barbara Mallard Tony Masorli Ray Massengill Judy Maultsby Harvey McGee Helen McDaniels Susan McEnally 'X x -44. ww ,J 'G g 1- 1, ' f " .1 me ,r X Q ,P A , XM 'Z S" w K r Je- 'AG Q X f lf 4' 4 In +11 fa , 4 . it fe , S Zi JM! as . , ,, ,V if-. f X fi X fa is 1 is Nw y M Tommy McSorley Mary Io Melvin Page One Hundred Sixteen F-0 ' S"'k'? ' - l Sophomores Sara Gooch and Rose Gooch, mem- bers of the Sophomore Class pay careful attention to their baby-sitting charges, Guy and Elizabeth Boyd. W, 1 6 L A L if sec I KX fi Vicki Miller Hilton Moore Shirley Moore NVayne Mumford Eleanor Nelson joe Nelson Faye Nelson Murilla Oates Ronnie Olivgr Patricia Osgood Emma Padgett Linda Page Terry Partin Seth Parrott Bob Patterson Priscilla Patterson Beverly Perry Patricia Piland Bill Piner Tommy Poole .9 .. 5? c Page One Hundred Seuenteen Mary Lou Poot Ellen Pope Leon Potter Glenda Powell Iames Powers Dorothy Pugh J. T. Reynolds Beverly Rhodes Melody Rice Alice Ricks Butch Ricks Rose Roberson Dan Roberts Polly Rodgers Priscilla Ross Bobby Rouse Evann Rowe Charlie Slaughter Becky Scott john Seaton fm' X .L.,n... 'Y B - - 'r-H 'Q ,i Q ' lin' ' ' 0 N .f f 1114, I x , rf: -'ELI it , , , 3 - , ' .. fe. 1 Wx ll: M. 4 'fx -sf f I E , ' A if 753 rw" 'Ls 'af ' 'X 2. .,,, y - me me yn' X XLWQN . ,f f 1 Y' r,sw"'f cp!-,s is 532 al 5 f- ' ,ju , 1 5: 1 2 x . Q Page One Hundred Eighteen fl -sz A . ,ig ,vb . i ,ve 'W mf 1 0 is v 0 'Z 6' -at 4 4 - 1 :W ,e 'M-'i fffkfv K V4 13 W Zayed X W '-.K.1. M2 xii A ukr. 4 t- r .agen WV gt, 9 l f ' ,Z , Z new" X- , X tt X -fm, t f bw-f 5 f. 'e ophomores "Hold the mirror steady," Glenda Cosnell seems to be saying to Mary Stallings, member of the Sophomore class. The soda shop crowd seems inter- ested in what Glenn Dunn has to say. His intent listeners include Sonny Roberts, Dale Walker, Terry Partin, Susan Ferebee, Leon Pot- ter, Mary Stallings, and Ta Ash- ford. 52-i 'S My .,',, V, 'M' M 1 , --'fiat , L, .t,, y sg n I S 'S . , 0 H 5 W Q ati PS ,ac T4 r- qui" 51 my W. W t NX xii. ,..v x Q' 1 . Y .v , ff Q . Nix, X' g ,C 5 .r 4 , ., Janis Shapou Judy Shuffler Richard Simmons Danny Smith Helen Smith Henry Smith Linwood Smith Virginia Smith Barbara Snider George Soltow Frankie Sproul joe Spruill Mary Stallings john Steen Levy Stilley Myrul Stilley Anna Strickland Marie Sutton ' Norman Swindell Sonny Taylor Page One Hundred Nineteen 'Zin' -,J rl.. Y'f XVilliam Taylor Martha Thompson Barbara Tilley Betty Tingle Evelyn Tippett Charles Toler Peggy Toler Emma Turnage Clifton Turner joan Tyndall Ioan Voshell Dale Walker Ronald VVallace james XVarner Evelyn NVatson Glen Weatherly Mickey Weeks Elaine Wetherington Warren Whealton Shirley Wheeler .f N- K 'awry tg its iw 'rw' 31? V I A W ,V an , ,,3 ,f lk. b 1569 1 ,, 'Bi av-n E' 9, N ,V . , , .Q . L... , . . 4 N r he be 3 X: 'L . I V2 ,A 3 ff Page One Hundred Twenty ....-E If 1 W. :riff i L hui.. rs'frr' W .A i , ft' by "4 ,F -aa? f r 'Qt Looks like the World History teachers have gotten together and assigned a big test. Under the patio, reaping knowledge at the last minute, this group of Sopho- mores seems to be really concen- trating. Nunn 'A2' A 3555 . -' ,ff sk Rm Y ef '-ls, i"'1y Jw V9 ""-M '94 A fl fl' Connie VVl1itc Eugene Wflnite Sum XVhitchurst james XVilc-y Douglas XVilkinson jimmy NVillinms johnny XVillil1ms Shirley NVilliums Cora NVillis Patsy XVilson Rodney NVilson Ruby WVilsor1 joe VVood Vicky VVoodard George Zaytoun ophomores Not everyone knows what goes on at slumber parties. This group of Sophomore girls seems to be really living it up. The merry revelers are Pat jones, Evelyn WVatson, Shirley Wheeler, Dianne Laughinghouse, Beverly Perr ,' Sara Cook, Christy Lamm, Jucly Maultsby, Eleanor Nelson, and Mary Kay Cobb. ,ah .1 'Q if 33'h:...X XJ S-4 I H A- I ,H og E' I Page One Hundred Twenty-One Girls Glee Club ' i , ' F T C L is M i 1-' 0 0 ,S G 0 ,, tcm, fi is md? L ,V PIM Q , dl -an Up x ,gil i ' is lr1'fi'fifli"ihfi PM il T QU if in r,1ifiav1+.gf.ir-erH -e fm.-,'W.f-Qvrrrfxrer 1 - ' W' Members of the Girls' Glee Club are, row one: Linda VVard, Loretta Fiilford, jenny Hollister, Eleanor Dixon, Barbara Tilley, Janice Tripp. Slafmv Mary Lou POOL Linda Lewis, S1152-I1 Bell, Mona Taylor, and Carol Ragan. Fourth row: Florence Pollock, Judy Darnell, Shirley VVilliams, Kay VVilliamson, Martha Thompson, Connie White, Elgie I-liiwg, Coil Wright, Doris McCombs, Gail Cnuncil, Becky Scott, Helene Howard, Merle Brinson, Ann Coley and Spencer Whitford. Lib Piney, Mai-y Chann Lgvell, Einma Tiimage, Emma Padgett, Second row: Candace Burroughs, Betty Biggers, Barbara Mallard, Suzi Lowery, Anna Strickland, Freda Goers, Annette Hughes, Rita Sarah Lewis. Brenda Greene, Beverly Rhodes, Linda Griffin, Linda Holton, and Beverly French. Fifth row: Vicki Miller, Donna Bell, Hardman, Melody Rice, Nancy Stilley, Louise DeStefano, Laverne jones, Helen Rowe, Mary Kay Hand, jan Marshburn, Zylphia Haney, Hilda Dorothy Bell, and Doris Pipkin. Third row: Suzanne Barwick, Carol Hubbard, Ann Scott, Pnttie Bryan, Louise Whitty, Pat House, Susan Nelson, Sharon Smith, jane Knowles, Pattie Haner, Iudy Anderson, Mitchell, Linda White, Carolyn Clark, Peggy Pate, Connie T016-r Becky Sasser, Mary Stallings, Drenda Paul, Donna Hedrick, Frances and Mary Kay Cobb, l 5? as ' C7 X i Jan Marshburn and Louise Whitty share the Officers of the Girls' Glee Club are Ann Scott, President, Libby Hodges, responsibility of accompanying the Girls' Glee Vice-President, Pattie Bryan, Secretary, Zylphia Haney, T reasurer, Mary Club. Kay Hand, Equipment Chairman, Donna Bell and Florence Pollock, Art Co-Chairmen, lane Knowles, Staging Chairmang Doris McCombs, Librarian, and Connie White, Uniform Chairman. Page One Hundred Twenty-Two . L Former Girls Glee Club members are Lollie Hawkins, Ianeth Hill, Linda Harrison, Kitty VVhitty, Barbara Saulter, Eloise Reel, jackie Hammond, Gail Robinson, and Carolyn Stilley who went on a hay ride at the Pop Concert. l N l l I l l w X, 715 1 f The Girls Glee Club sang, "Sleigh Bells," as one of their selections at the Christmas Cont-4-rt. Page One Hundred Twenty-Tllree' Boys Glee Club r i , ,D t 6 fy, 15111. ikfx aff? ff' 1' I 2 I N Q .zip QL I ... I Q u Front Rout: Nat Powell, james Warner, lkey Holton, Ricky Greene, Conway, Millard Godwin, Carl Guthrie, Richard Simons, Phil Stiner, Ion Bouher, Danny Kellum, Don Bennett, Joe Hughes, Nelson McDaniel. David Williams, Lewis Mayo. Fourth Row: Henry Smith, James Truitt, Second Row: Bill Humphrey, john VVilliams, Charles Adams, Doug john Ward, Charles Carter, Joe Chance, Iimmie Phillips, David Wood- Braddy, Michael Turner, Russell Conner, Bill Whitley, Eddie Cahoon, rufl, Speedy Bunting, Jackie Zaytoun, Gilbert Scales. Jerry Hall. Third How: Sam Birmingham, Francis La Plante, james 1 ff Q- i ' 'l Q ,ul ,S - Q i Donald Smith dons his straw hat to set the mood for the Pop Concert. Donna Brent serves as pianist for the Boys' Glee Club. Page One Hundred Twenty-Four 1 l l r 1 ,Q Robert Hardison, jimmy Leathers, Bohhy XVilliarns, and Oiiicers of the Boys Clee Club are: Danny Kellum, Clycie L x X , I , N Cibhle, Speedy Bunting, Curl Guthrie, Henry Smith, Jackie euer Bum got flwlf Sfilff In the BUYS cfllxi' Clllb- Zaytoun, johnny XVard, Ceorge Brzlddy, and Charles Carter. it W QAM, ,T , A i 5. Many hours of concentrated Work are necessary hefore the Spring Concert is presented. Page One Hundred Twenty-Five i 5- K. E1 Zhi x E.x'-aifiial ' ta i...v....,'.,.:. 1. . -,X -- ii, -1 1'-'1' ' ififky, A . -1' xx, 111:-Q.i::,, 1, ' Director IIIIII 1 A Capella Choir C? 4,7 KY? "7 '40 a Executive Committee of the Choir: Eloise Reel, vice-presiclentg Bunny Mcllwean, sccrctaryg Donna White, fl'L'II.S'1lT8Tg Temple Lewis, advertisiizgg Pat Hagan, music clmirmrmg Janis Shapou, co-entertz1in- mentg janeth Hill, uniforms-g Betty Ipock, cn-cntertainmentg Emmitt Brinson, uniformsg Leon Toler, equipnwntg Eloise Stilley, piunistg Boh Williams, staging chairmrmg Robert Hardison, chaplain. of the A Capella Choir is Donald Smith. Members of the Scottish Rites enjoyed the singing of the Choir at their fall meeting. Page One Hundred Twenty-Six l li l 4 l l V l l x l x l I I l l I i l l f r l 'N For the Christmas Concert the Choir sang many beautiful songs. On the program "Carol of the Bellsf' "The Night Before Christmas," and "O'Bonne Jesus. , Jimmy Leathers serves as president for the New Bem High School A Capella Choir. Eloise Stilleyls talent as a pianist is a great asset to Kay Phillips smiles as the audience applauds her pcrfornmnce p the success of the Choir. at the Pop Concert. L Page One Hundred Twenty-Seuen A "Q-15 i,7'iQ"C' Ffllf url.. .5 "Tr: 'xi-J, ,.' Q1 5 ' SX V X' V ' Tx "' "ff -iv'-I7""'F5' U ,ff ' + A "'3f"!'5f"'1' 5 " : WY? 'ff f' ' ' " ' .i 5, li S in Q, ,wfifyisi ,f gi, ag , if 5.,?,i1i, g.fxg2f gifiiglif rig, mri,i,flgjj4g2fgjgxf3,gig U Z .V , . , 2 'VP' 3 Wi- V4.4 ni-.1 iw-"",:V'?.3'? fl '5 99, if It I wi?" 5 ,. THA "f Q97 5' .i V -Q 555 531135 51 5,3,asaxf5 QQ,-5 !xq,Q',g4, 1.11 Sig ,' qgjjggg ,glgwu ,,4!n,'l,.N5 fi'-YQ -553x535,g,!f,lg?.i1L:I'5iVi3t!'5t 2x'i12.!'1.i.i'f. .,.n'V+M jimi k my - ' gi:-f an Q lX...f" ' Members of the New Bern High School Concert Band take time out from their husy schedule to pose for a picture. Tommy Harmon p l a y s the solo part of "Trumpeter's Lul- Fay Ipock, Brenda Cox, Rosalie Vogel, Elaine Rhodes, Andy Burnham, Douglas Wilkinson, Gail Brock, labyn With the HSSUIRHCC of Ann Gibble, Wanda Smith, Christy Lamm, Pat Iona-s, Arclene Dunn, Bill Murphy, Charles Bratchcr, John a real professional. Dunn, John Thompson and George- Cox compose the wood-wind section of the Concert Band. Cookie Wilson, Evelyn VVatson, Shirley VVhec-ler, Ceorgene Gaskill, Sue Whitley, Julia Willis, Billy Hunt, Page One Hundred Twenty-Eight Dance Band , Ronald Collins, and Vance VVH-nn Members of the New Bern High School Dnnce Band are: Bill Piner Chunn Purser, Robert Tyson, John Steen, Mike Johnson, Hurry lXlzicDonald, and Mr, VVnlters. Sccond mum- Tommy Harmon - X ' Sidney White, John Caskill, Winston Dixon, Jim Jones, Virginia Clark, Hurry lxI2lCDlJIT2lld, Vance Wrenn, Charles Alford, and Simmons Patterson are members of the brass section of the Concert Band. Harry MacDonald and his "iddy-biddy fiddlei' carry the bass for the Dance Band. 1 l 1 l Joe XVright can make his drums almost speak. l D Lairry Xlnore, Johnny Gnskill, VVinston Dixon .1 13 Y vw ' I , 5.g:,:gi gf 1 I. U I in . 1 .FHM , f , 1 .mi I , ,. . -5 . ' . 1 ,qw ir- N iq: 'Q xl q I X? " fn X David XValters, Director of the New Bem High School Concert Band. l 1 iq-v "1-:fill Varsity Cheerleaders - , vw' if fn IQI4 Group picture of Varsity Cheerleaders. Top row: Carol Vereen Marilyn Munns, Kathleen Turner, Patsy O'Neal, Mary Kate Quick: and Joyce Ellen Stainback. Bottom row: Donna White, Glenda Cosnell, f. en.. . ' f',-in af, ,u ' Zbuwmi. Nt 1 " 1 J ... .I Lillian Johnson, Barbara Beck, Front: Willie Johnson, mascotg Nancy Dunn, mascot. Judy Lockey, and Susan Gaskins. Olivia Hammond, cheerleaderg and I' 'unsung if ,WW Q 2 W e x nw. f Varsity Cheerleaders served as official hostesses when members of North Caro1ina's General Assembly and their wives convened in New Bem. Pictured with some of the guests are Joyce Ellen Stainback, Terry Midyette, Judy Steinberg, Barbara Beck, Kathleen Turner, Mary Kate Quick, and Carol Vereen. Page One Hundred Thirty -V Cheerleaders ,, AL". lv I 'F iv 1 if 4 1 4 ,jgggll 'G N heb af, Z In one of their many activities, the junior Varsity Cheerleaders Serving ill the Cl1Pi1CitY Of ClH'CflUl1ll0f AClViSCfs Nli-SS participate in the 1959 Homecoming Parade, Frances F1SL'l'lCl has produced outstanding squads cluring the past several years. lhuu-.Q ----sul Junior Varsity Cheerleaders are pictured around Bruno. Bottom row: Toler, Priscilla Patterson, :xX'.S'l-Yfflllf Ilrmlg Iurly Drxrm-ll, 'Ili .-Xslmfurcl, Sandra Perkins, Connie White, and Nancy Ward. Standing: Connie Headg Sheryl Crowe, and Janis Shupnu. Page One Hundred Thirty-One K WVe can't tell whether WVulter Mizelle is pushing his opponent up or pulling him down, but we do know he was a Spunky player in every game. Mark Dunn shows championship form as he drives in for u basket. Glenn Dunn is getting ready to take his fast left-hand lay-up shot in the jacksonville gzune. 47 33 61 44 41 47 55 49 39 40 44 38 49 25 39 54 36 63 47 41 New New New New New New New New New New New New New New New New New New New New Bern Bern Bern Bern Bern Bern Bern Bern Bern Bern Bern Bern Bern Bern Bern Bern Bern Bern Bern Bern SCOREBOARD ...........a.............Paunlieo .... Raleigh . . . . . . Vuneehoro Pumlieo Beaufort . . . . . . Beaufort . . . . ,laelcsonville . . . . . . . .... Turlmoro Roanoke Rapids Elizabeth City . . ....... Kinston . . . . . . XVashington . . . . . . Greenville . . ..... Kinston . . . . Jacksonville . . . ... . .. Greenville Roanoke Rapids . . . ...... Turhoro . . . . . . XVashington . . . . . . Elizabeth City 48 63 41 43 65 -.- KU 42 48 5 2 39 67 59 66 47 53 47 58 62 53 39 Page One Hundred Thirty-Three "Sorry, boys," the referee says, "it's a jump ballln Cliffie Rowo's right-lmnded jump shot adds two points Enthusiastic crowds supported every home game. Page One Hundred Thirty-Four 1 O- re A v 1 n , N' , L if 515.5 K '55 Z? -... 4 3 71 ,..- 0... 1...2'.,...- -............ -W. ....., ... -q.......,..w f. fi Ei Am? ::::::::'f1' ---...m M '-,SS gf 522423 U51 Ni 1 z E-vp' S f..- Junior arsit Basketball Pictured with the junior Varsity team is Coach Ieter Taylor. Doug Brock, Donald Flynn, Butch Ricks, Radford Reel Iack Lee Seated left to right are: David Lewis, Harry Faulkner, Johnny Ward, johnny Dunn, Bill Kafer, Charles Toler, and Speedy Bunting 45 New 18 New 57 New 35 New 42 New 29 New 43 New 42 New 39 New 32 New 38 New 32 New 34 New 51 New 41 New 34 New 38 New 41 New 34 New 46 New Bern Bern Bern Bern Bern Bern Bern Bern Bern Bern Bern Bern Bern Bern Bern Bern Bern Bern Bern Bern Page One Hundred Thirty-Six SCOREBOARD . . . Pamlico . . . . . Raleigh . . . Vanceboro . . . Pamlico . . . Beaufort . . . . Beaufort . . . . jacksonville Tarboro Roanoke Rapids . Elizabeth City Kinston . . . Washington . . . Greenville . . . . . Kinston . . . . Jacksonville . . . . Greenville Roanoke Rapids . . . . .. Tarboro . . . Washington . . Elizabeth City n . Lf- b dit ' .Q .X Q '30-i Q uf t W aafyl ' ' QW W5 T. if ,aA'r' 'fs ' . V lf. v , f u E 2 Q' ge I Leon Potter displays the form that won him a position on the junior Varsity squad. The Cardinals unsuccessfully attempt to block Charles Toler's jump shot. Qlffj Zl Billy Murphy "adds two" to the score. Bill Kafef executes H Perfect jump Shot- Pagc One Hundred Thirty-Eight Wrestling The New Bern High School 1960 Wrestling Team was coached by Charles Hardison, Tull Ienkins, james Wiley, jackie Zaytoun, and Sam Arbes and consisted of, lef to right: Joe Nelson, Bill Conway, Ronald Collins. Hunt Baxter, john Pauza, Allen Wall, Ronnie Oliver, Floyd Rhue, New New New New New New New Bern Bern Bern Bern Bern Bern Bern SCOREBOARD Conference Tournament-New Bern first place Greenville . . . . Kinston NVasliington Goldsboro . . Kinston Greenville Goldsboro Hunt Baxter makes his opponent yell, .. I, V. That s enough. Page One Hundred Thirty-Nine jackie Zaytoun's opponent finds he is no match for this seasoned veteran. In the one hundred twenty-three pound class, James NViley Won the Conference trophy in the Northeastern District. 41- Qjj 7 X A 'i:f .-'-'XL' -' ' " if .- 5 lg 5:5 , awww- tx 'Tm going to turn him upside down and inside out if it takes that to win," says Marion Hadder beams as his Floyd Rliue. teammate Billy Conway wins his match. we Bill Pendleton made his opponent join the Grunt and Groan Clan as he pinned him. The referee eulls it 21 rlruw between Ronulcl Collins anal his opponent. Are these men from outer space? "Yep! There are two men down there," says the , , . , , , , , referee joe Nelson never tires of lmving his nrin rinsed in vu-tory. Page One Hundred Forty-One B . ,VW - A., , , , ,, .-.f-1m..-avr.-n..m-r.,-.-1.-nw , 1 ,J - - -fi . V . . -. ,,-. .1 , . W rv , 7.5 ' ' w ' V -4 we 1 .f -N 1 .,, 1--+ -- .,.,..... -i ' ms .., .... ,. .' . -LA--M .. . ' FH, 'VYIKWYI--'fi5:" il,-. J .'f.,,, " 'f'?" W5 1 ' if ,vii ' ' " " 'WY " jun . .,- ' ,K Jill' A f- 1 ,i, ' A. 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Reading from left to right, they arc: Margaret Rhodes, Shirley Rodgers, Pat Kilpatrick, Dianne Bray, Emma Padgett, Emma Turnage, Cheryl Kwasnick, Linda Chance, Judy Maultsby, Carolyn Dixon, Pattie Haner, Bunny Mcllwean, S ll n Polzin, Della Fulcher, Donnie Cohn, Nell Smith, Patsy Joseph, ue e Judie Messer, Patsy Wilson, Eleanor Nelson, Captain, Priscilla Ross, sta mms Eleanor Nelson, Captain, Patsy Joseph, Co- lt V' fP 'Int Ex mn Rowe Secretary' and Cheryl Officers of the Bruincttes arc W fe us. 'fax'-,53,'g :' . , . gwq U: -, Gail Johnson, Gail Taylor, Margaret Allen, Beverly Perry, Patty Piland, Lindsey Stokes, Evann Rowe, Jackie Smith, Mollie Stallings, Brenda Smith, Marsha Paul, Martha Benfield, Ernestine Hollowell, Sharon Hooks, Betty Ipock, Sara Bradbury, Dianne Laughinghouse, Jessie Hall, and Joyce Clark. A 1 vu 'EQ- in Q Q , , Mrs. Patsy Finch serves as the director of Clitzing Bett Ivor-', 1'c- rcszfe 5 'Q , . , , U I y I L ' ' ' the Bruinettes. Kvvasnick, Treasurer. Not pictured is Gilll Taylor, Preszclent. Page One Hundred Forty-Two r Cu 5 Marching in the Christmas Parade, the Bruinettes added color and verve to the big parade. Gail johnson, Patsy Wilson, and Gail Taylor led the way in the Shrine Parade. fi? IPL 5 in :Q Siva... Pictured here are several other members of the Bruiuettes who marched in the Shriners' mid-winter ceremonial. Page One Hundred Forty-Three Bear Cub Staff v I y'::'f'y.rf :W wff' Z' ' X ff! A My f' . ,1fs1,:ZQI'.Q..l1 ,. ,V ,W ,if ,W lim R :VXA .2 W W ' if ' Y S www Pictured above are Annette Lancaster, Associate Editor, Rose publishing a well balanced, informative, attractive newspaper gave Humphrey, Editor, and Eloise Reel, Business Manager as they plan New Bern High S h l ' another issue of the Bezr C b ' ' ' c oo issues of the Bear Cub that all of us r u . Their dedication to the task of enjoyed. was l -A 'hu MISS LUCY HODGES Adviser ROSE HUMPHREY Editor Page One Hundred F orty-F our ' Me ANNETTE LANCASTER Associate Editor P5 ' 'Wi , i gm:lvQX , JL- 'Wi 704 I qkfll Qfligmx jfillllll' ll Ml llrl lil llgl 7 Wil M S Q Q Al Artists for th Bear Cub are Doug Young and George Blow. - ei Members of the staff busily looking over old issues of the paper are Blar- ' it Rhollf, jc Ri' , Ha r Rittf , gare its ny ee iry er Pattie Bryan, Lottie Strickland, Lil- lian Johnson, and jackie Thomas. 'lf "" i llllw I , A W ffl lvllllxlt illsi Qi will ,f 0 ' Q 4 pu .fl 'ill lg I fill ll X ff l ll l WT lllllllllx l -rhwllllmltx iq, Other staff members are Klar- shall Ball, Marie Swindell, Danny Kellum, Ronnie Clark, Emmitt Brinson, jane Osgood, and Susan Daniels. Page One Hundred Forty-Five 1 g. W' ,. if A. af Yi, .2- 3 2 5.3 v., 7 .. HW? icq. 1' fi' ' ffl' V we 5 .Lf ' J v 1, " ff ' ' . ,nw h 5,1 .g 'rf ... M4 f , ,N , B ip., ,,, ff .4 'elk' -.i Sift'-A ww Q- ,',, .k-3,,. Jn, , 9.5. A V. . 4 'Tel-wtf A .dwg . A warmth in the wind, a budding flower, a feeling of laziness-spring is here once again. A feeling of new life is in the air, and everyone shakes off the dormancy of winter. The 'debaters are busily and earnestly studying the labor situation in preparation for the coming debates. Members of the baseball and track teams work out in the crisp air. The dance band spends many hours practicing musical arrangements for out-of-town proms. Awards day arrives and official recognition is given to New Bernis top athletes and scholars: awards for Iournalism, for Latin, for American History, for Boys, and Girls, State, Business Education, Science, Merit Scholars, Home Economics. For the juniors, spring means Iunior-Senior time, and they busily work to prepare for the happy occasion. Work- ing to the point of exhaustion has its reward when the seniors walk into the world of fantasy and'stand in awe at its beauty. The Junior-Senior is the climax to the won- derful season .known as . . . -. ,, ,N ,. nz. if ff. .gy 143 ' K 2.-1 q - ..,, .. . i .,,. 1', 'ft 5 4. Q ., A 'Q?f71i1Q.:',j . 4 35:91 V i,'l':Tgg!1, 'lgi5:?5?g' ' ' is: . A if I . 'wa fr . Ta .-95? 4 'La ta? gr 'fi' diana? 1' 9+ ilu isfpi '54 ev switrw as 49' IAQQ 1' 113352: 44. Ai fit 1 359 t 5 4 c Y , , p " ' "HY A I if 'I if 1f4375Sf, 'r.' ' J 7 -:rf 1 my ' 214 5'1- Ngirxt v. ,,, h. 1 1 -, ,"':fg f A .., .V tftwizi aiiiaiai P' 'J. vi. f. fzf . "4 .lwq 3 . .i 4,,1,,?f, ,l A H . , 'w.1':46. pq-if: . . 4. " 1 u. '.i ' Arg, ,n -I. . f a g. V X X ng'-,ir-. .n f-L. .1 . - 5.9 Lia EL N- v . my up .f,.5.,, I K 'fm . lfsllkli "iii fsygg. -l 933,41 . 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SPRING JU IOR 1960i hi l f' junior Class Officers: Shirley Rodgers, Secretary, George Allen, First Vice-President, Harry MacDonald, President, Hunt Baxter Second Vice-President, Nancy Whitley, Treasurer, pose with the magazine trophy awarded the class for establishing a new sales record of f1s4,046.98. .1 '1 N' ,N ,G A ,4-in - ,vll 'FYI xt ' I ' X 1 , j 536.15 ,. 'A' L .Q .-of V' Pl A A C '1 , ,., PM we-TT 'y W I W L ff ' .iff . 'fr 'K 52525. - was I , Page One Hundred Forty-Eight CHARLES ADAMS HARRY ALBRITTON GEORGE ALLEN MARGARET ALLEN PATRICIA ARANT LINDA ANDERSON BILL ARMSTRONG JIMMY ARTHUR , MARTIN BAILEY WALTER BALDREE JIMMY BANKS HUNT BAXTER BARBARA BECK BILL BELANCIA ALBERT BELL DAVID BENNETT MICHAEL BLYTHE SARA BRADBURY CHARES BRATCHER DIANNE BRAY DONNA BRENT JAMES BRENVER LOIS BRINSON ROBERT BROCK JACK BROVVN LESTER BUTTS SARA CARRAWAY CHARLES CARTER JIMMY CAYTON LINDA CHANCE JOYCE CLARK RONNIE CLARK 0-. fx z a-Q1 Q 3 Q. 753 '63 " I' aj 5, "img" iw. ' . fx LH, f t :I , ffdg nw 1 wry? LQ w 511.2 My N FI ' QI" "vfzi7r. A l If 'viz m 'SP- .4""1 'Vi , N IQIA ,V f 5 5' N W -Q3 'W 'GT "5 - W . .W if 'EN g 1- s 'Q nrt ' N' f, 'wh ...Q 'fm ,W 5 W ' 0119" TOMMY CURTIS SUSAN DANIELS BOBBY DARBY FRANCIS DAVIS XX AX ' ANN COX BRENDA COX PEGGY CREWS DONNIE COHN PAMELA COLEMAN LES COLGROVE RONALD COLLINS Junior Next to receiving your class ring, there's no greater thrlll than being measured for lt JOAN DUNN MILDRED EMORY TED EVERINGTON BETSY FERRELL PHILLIP FETCHER HELEN FLYTHE MARY LIB FOX JOEL GARDNER "- .1 JOHN CASKINS SUSAN CASKINS 4 LYNN CEITER A .V K C1 2' S S CLYDE CIBBLE HAYVVOOD CILLIKIN FREDA GOERS GLENDA GOSNELL BETTY GRADY MILDRED CXVALTNEY JESSIE HALL Harry MacDonald helps Mr. Blackwell to check Nancy Whitley's proper ring size. NANCY HARE CHARLES HARDISON SUSIE HARDMAN MERCER HARRIS BRENDA HEATH SUSAN HENDERSON TOMMY HERRITAGE -qr '54 5 . ir'-1 Q. I fi 'WE' bw '-'K . T, 1, N-...f L-fr 4,5 I J' 1 TULL JENKINS ALAN JOHNSON GAIL JOHNSON LAVERNE JONES ROBERT JONES BILLY JOYNER DANNY KELLUM SANDY KILBY VIRGINIA HUMPHREY BETTY IPOCK DOUGLAS IPOCK JUNE IPOCK PEGGY IPOCK H JOYCE HINSON MELVA HOLTON RITA HOLTON BILLY HOWELL ANNETTE HUGHES DONALD HUMPHREY Junior f 4 1 Z 3 -f.1 I f an ' I X f 5,w' X 'ZZ Vx EX, gk AJ? . H . J , ' ' ,, 2 x .J , 3. 5 . A' 'HZ . Hg, 4' ' 2 new I ff? " " , ,,,4E.n.2f , - ., aww V J gf ,, ,H A3233 f- 'Q .12-s '-'. - V L, L ' fm ' A 'Ss rw 'P -Q ' KY 1 .r M 1,-41 ft v f Q2 4' Class -n 11.113- JIMMIE KINC CARLTON LAMB FRANK LAMB EDDIE LEE as 'N LINDA LEWIS 4 1 Q . A A' SARAH LEWIS "Q, HARRY MIICDONALD TERESA MANN JOYCE MASON DORIS MCCOMBS VICKI MQCOTTER - , j dsl' .4 1.5 - A . 5? '- I :. A AXA V' Q A' X, Q. --1. , if c J 7' iN ,lb ELEANOR MQKEEL JANET MEREDITH JUDIE MESSEE DONALD MIDYETTE KIRVEN MILLS JEAN INIOSER Jo ANN MUBIFORD RUTH NELSON Page One Hundred Fifty-Three RUDY NORTHINCTON JERRY OLIVER RUSTY OLIVER BARBARA OPPHILE J u n IO rs Page One Hundred F ifty-Four Vg'af'5""1 x , A Aa' V A I Mx JANE OSGOOD BOBBY OVERBY BARBARA OVERMAN JIMMY PAUL JOHN PAUZA BILL PENDLETON CLINTON PHILLIPS JIMMY PHILLIPS RICHARD PHILLIPS KAY PHILLIPS CAROLYN PHILLIPS LIB PINER ' 't'1""I , . r C671 V 14' HP K lf We sf-I f V.. I 'ATFQKH' 'Q' 5 vm? I SYLVIA PINER LYNWOOD POTTER X 7 3' L 4 ANN PUCH MARY KATE QUICK IUN 'Q- E1 if 44' fd CYNTHIA RADFORD LINDA RICE SANDRA RIDOUTT JOYCE RIGCS HARRY RITTER EDWARD ROBBINS LYLE ROBINSON SHIRLEY RODGERS HELEN ROMANUS CLIFFIE ROWE DAVID SASSER JUDY SANDERSON Juniors GILBERT SCALES ANN SCOTT BELVA SKARREN JOE SLATER Juniors MOLLIE STALLINGS VAN STEPHENSCN ELOISE STILLEY LINDSEY STOKES JOAN SUTTON JACKIE THOMAS RANDY THOMAS JOHN BEN THOMPSON JANICE TRIPP LILA TRIPP TREACY TURNER DORIS TYNDALL Page One Hundred Fifty-Six BILL SLAUGHTER HELEN SMITH LINDA SMITH NANCY SMITH WANDA SMITH RICHARD SMYER JIMMY SOUFAS pq.. WS : A . 'Q ' -,Y J' if ,vgk ,. ., ,,,, . , A ' 'W' W -. iF A' A 'mv YYY V .. 'WI' J' V7 CAROL VEREEN jANlES VERNON ROSALIE VOGEL ALLEN WVALL BARBARA VVATERS LYNNVOOD NVATERS PHYLLIS XVEST ANNA WETHERINGTON BARBARA WETHERINGTON DONNA VVHITE NANCY VVHITLEY ELWOOD VVILLIAMS SHIRLEY NVILLIAMS WAYNE VVILLIAMS KAY WILLIAMSON MARY XVILSON HARRY XVOOD PEGGY WOOD JOE WVRIGHT DOUGLAS YOUNG JACKIE ZAYTOUN Page One Hundred Fifty-Seuen Debating Team The members of the 1960 Debating team are pictured here. Sitting, David Zacks. Standing, Zef to right: Ann Gibble, Jack Langley left to right: Richard McEnally, Mary Lynn Kelso, Marshall Ball, and Susan McEnally, and Mary Kay Hand. i 1 i L i , , R '. 7 1 ii i fx i W lg yi If a wg J I lillfl w ' ,. --, "1 wgxk Each year for over twenty-Eve years, New Bern High School has entered a debating team in the North Carolina Debating Union for competition with other schools. During that period of time New Bern has consistently produced winning teams. 9 , ,L .few MTS- Fuller Pace, adviser Of the Debating Richard McEnally places emphasis on a strong point in the meet agamst Team for the past two years, listens as Beaufort on March 14, 1960, the teams practice their speeches. Track fl' Y ,,5d6m vnu-A 39 l mtg' -ld F7 no 'QF QI First row, left to right: Richard Williams, lim Brinson, Bobby Overby, Team 1960 fi Third row: Ice Salem, David Whitford, Bill Humphrey, and Frances Vemon Goodwin, and Joe Heath. Second row: Clyde Belangia, LaPlante. Fourth row: Bill Stovall, Mark Dunn, and Vance Wrenn. Ronald Wallace, Jim Leathers, john Anderson, and Bill Sherratt. Ti' is fl lf' 5' QS, Y It 1 Q. . ',Jr:,,Q. 1 f ,.., . N f 2, nf :ia , , ,-g,,,,,, , .,.- 4ri.'s,s.2' Nm . A ' ""'5fi -few 1' ...Al ' V ,,,.-. V ., '- mg ,wi M fe s y ' 'fQfz'3:a:x'- ' , -..,,,- 1, V . Q .V I. . is I W' .,,., Y, jr 'V' , . If N Eb' QB:- 4 -- . KA .-, .- - -1' V747 ' , egg.. ,' 1960 finds Coach Will B. Pittman beginning his Hrst Joe Heath shows perfect form as he tosses the discus. season as track coach. Mr. Pittman has produced winning teams in all sports that he has coached, thus, the prediction is that track will be no exception. Page One Hundred Fifty-Nine W 3. 2343 59:1 N i '7 F .3 A if '95 we WM , I 4 . , , , 'X ,f at - M. ,W ,W 255751 ,V 1- Q' f A, if W" -' V 54 W N? i , ,gawk W -U guy! . . . . . . . . 'KJ -wr' 'ffjjgwf ,gb Perfect tuning and co-ordlnation result in a winning hand-off like f 5 if '. W this one between David NVhitford and Bill Humphrey. Z it he saw? .- aa. - a A . M, 1 ff.. Q ' :mf Y V ,M M I , . ,WW Vw," ww Q. , , at ' . W: , pp W1 -4,4g,,.g1" W ,, 'rffgaigeafas fr f i Ufffsmt, fp. 3-,147 fa me I X ' , 4 M fl 35 ' f"""'w fs .-W ' 7 Af f ww:xalfffesWg,-:,, mm . . a f , 'irl Leading the pack by a good margin, Bobby Overby streaks calmly to the Hnish line. Having had two undefeated seasons and having attained the Northwestern Athletic Conference Championship twice, the Bears show promise of like performances for a third season. Although many of the medal winners have been lost since the 1959 season, the new men on the team show the same promise of championship material that has been exhibited during previous years. "On the mark! Get set!" Jimmy Leathers and Leon Potter get Vance Wrenn seems to fly through the air as he makes 1 , ready for the cross-country run at the statewide track meet in another long broad Jump. Chapel Hill. C 5 , 3 N f n f. Q N4 A 'R - ,A e W4 johnny Anderson clears another hurdle on the way to the finish line. Coach McGee, inaugurater of New Bem's track team and first track coach, times Mark Dunn on another fast run. i ,,.Vf-9,4 blk I -Q' "I wonder where I'd be now if Bamboo poles had never been invented," says Jimmy Brinson as he goes over for another high one. G "One more foot I Ill be 1 ' uclnms Bill Stm all as he glides grlctfully oxer tht blr ,WE tix!! 'sk U. f -Q 1 gn 'f fi J 1'i'4QQfg :,z Q 1 A .vii 4 sy 1 4 Q . xi 4 0 ., J Q 1 :nr There's not room enough for an eyelash between Leon Potter and the bar. Baseball ,M-B r H 23 -if I Z' ze, ga' 2, Vjkfwqf 2 5 if l E N f A gxyyf. iff' f f , R, XV .K f f B f lg! ik f f ff ly r l ' l l ' -A f I if X ' .wr 5 ,ff ! V - 5 fi , ll I gli ff' . -,el f ' " ,S ,, .v - 7 , 4 ,Q up 5 ' f""'Q7Qf'r Qu , si L i fj l A, . is i 'ts e . A I l , v . ' ' Q, 1 4 an A V A ,lg , I , , ,, - 3 -,-, is -.- -. 'Bri X ' ' Mas. , ,e . f U i - U - , ' A -. .. 1-i-B B . -..e .- -ee Q vgslkrs rg. A5 Af. N A B ,, e we-, ,il M. t ..f , - .. . J' sf A As, ,, ' 'fe-ff' .. 4 balls in the New Bern outfield are Billy Conway, joe Keeping up with Hy Gonzalez, Floyd Rliue, and Norman Swindell. ff, V, ,442 V ....., ..,A...f. . 'll uf. 4--my wt ' fi 1 X, N, "- 'L -M, Nelson, David Sasser, Larry Heath, Manuel C A 'X ff . K, I ,. 3 ,i , , , , U ,- ' W " 1 H ' . fgsffs "uri U A ' i Q M. -se. ' r ' s t. Mme, B ' 1' vii- . , Y 1 ,X Q ,f ' ' ' H s . , 1' 'L 'M s , M - - , , . , - ----,. J """ '--4 Coach Taylor explains the strategy of playing the l infield to returning letterman Billy Gaskins. Page One Hundred Sixty-Two f.. A ..6'1'..w 1 r .,., f ackie Bennett loosens up before the game ds. 5 . n 3, I I n ,, 'X' ,Lan O , ' 91 A if V . . I. . N :W 4 1 l - - Q 5. ' - G lim? W ,ry 4, . ik l., I - 1 . 'g 5 i l ,,.--.,,'A' A , Q , l , 1 l . f - ' ff' -1--I . . "" --M -ah- , - 1. f -rg. - , Ah- -.4 , -msg, --fy-f :tp ' ' ""' x ff" Esfjnl' 1:2 -- Q4-.. "" '44 - , '. , lx ' k A' l - l' .g,,. 1 g,1i-3.4 'i --.--fx" - 1 A, - 'Q lu' A ',S K 4 -mf ' i I.: -fu' flak? 1 H x " - V 5 ' A "' l 'Q IE.z'I,, l ' I Q -Q, W Us - . ,Huis 4 X , 1 . 5 K x fl hfilpe s ' 'fg Q' ,..sef, A x , -ii- N , ',1?C3"'i'-G ' - I - 2- X -r -5, . , 551-.-vk , .,f r - -Al ,, an sr 1 f - 1 3.!'::e,1t,!-'uzhr B , L - .f.- Q-.,. . -- ' .,... -f-.JQQM i 4 ., e:"1'+" Q --H .Q--'P f' Jie' . nf 'rc' ,-' 5Ff"'. ' 'E-gffvi 4' ' M 'Q' ,,--fr' 'f f'-1 lg" A , 'Y - 'Q lr..L. . ' - J' .- Jim Gooch slides safely into third base. The pitchers and catchers of the 1960 Bears are kneeling, left to right: Radford Reel, Harvey Hardison, and Tull Jenkins. Standing: Vemon Dixon, Donald Flynn, jackie Bennett, and Phil Rawls. MQ. Wa' + A ' A All 'Hn fha W -1 W '14 Pla ,fr ik use B- , J INN K, 11" A Q HQ., ,. ,W jwisif- -5.-an ,W-A-.4 31 . ,,,L...'r ,994 cn, -fn. - ff 1- , 5 .. . . aa, v . '.1'I"1. . IN. L. . A 3 . Jerri- , , ,. - M... A , i ,M-ww V . l '.""'- le'e""" "TMJ-1.1 -fr 'A Q, s ' -- l B K , 1- - ' ' -' -4. i , - -ff.-' N - '.'. V. . -suv V .f".'f.'-fwfff-.:, ' ' .- ff --A .4 4 -L. ..v,'--' Guarding the base paths are the New Bern infielders, Darryl Gaskins, Cliflie Rowe, Donald Davis, Billy Gaskins, Henry Ezell, Jim Gooch, Charlie Tumer, and Walter Mizelle. fy 1 , 1 ' ,z W'-" ,. QI' B' ff'v'?2f."mi -f ai b 'K -f ' h,w,,,,,,..-'nos ' ' qi' ' 'var-1-F-J' ' V I F. ' : " l H -w9"fi " any . ' , De" 'Sl' "' ' V " ev--V... as ' - ' A v, - . 7 -q,-Q . ., Q.. , . in --4' .sf '-r bfi " ": ' ' ' V' 'T At left, Phil Rawls scoops a low throw to Hrst base. At top, Billy Conway evades Billy Gaskin's tag as he slides into second base. Page One Hundred Sixty-Three ,fu Awards Da as f 'is-,pg R p , 1 E a , i ' Rei-P Dr. Spear took a great deal of pride in pre- senting jack Langley the Mathematics Award at the Awards Day assembly. Charlie Lewis was the recipient of the Science Award for his outstanding work in Chemistry and Physics. Page One Hundred Sixty-Four 5 , X N I I l ! il A S-4 -Q i l R - - r 1. Mrs. Brinson's happiness is shown in her pleasant smile as Carol Hughey and Tommy Midyette present the 1959 BRUIN to her in a formal dedication during assembly. Members of the cheerleading squads were presented certificates by Miss Frances Fischel to recognize their invaluable contributions to the promotion of healthy school spirit. ,a,,..g .J ,,.., N ....................-...-...- Assembl , ,fx , I N ,K 1 I -tb E 5 as The office assistants receive certificates from Dr. Spear. Billy Caskins, Rodney Knowles, and Buzzy Holten pose with Mr. Burke Taylor after receiving Most Valuable Player awards. 'lil 'Iii 'ups I . I ,W .... 5 i 'K x fykfgpi Patsy O,Neal addresses the student body follow- ing her oath of office. Acknowledgement of Kitty YX'hitty's outstanding citizenship was made by Dr. Spear as he pre- sented her the D.A.R. Citizenship Award, Page One Hundred Fifty-Five Junior Senior xl NVhat was to become a ballroom wall was a mass of cardboard, rough lumber, and paper at this stage. During the early eighteenth century, the lives of the people were Hlled with hard labor. They did not, however, spend all their time in work. Their social events, the grand balls, were remembered for days. The beautiful ballrooms with their magnificent curved staircases formed a background for the fashionably dressed men and wom- en. The pale pastel colors of the ladies' gowns contrasted with the richer, dark- er hues of their gentlemenls outfits. The Junior Class reconstructed a Colon- ial Ballroom as the theme. of the junior-Senior Prom and Banquet on May 1, 1959. A colonial library, a curved staircase, a garden and swing- these created a sensation of going back- ward in time to the colonial era. While the Hgure of a cameo was formed, the colonial dance, the minuet, was grace- fully executed to the reminiscent strains of "Beautiful Dreamer." '4f'Tov" . - . ' ' ' .bor went into the construction of the U , . k f Bstt R . d Mar 16 Hours of painstaking la - , riiellmgiirtttitrbruelpglwill Sairvifayll lelidgngnfrorn 'Elie elaborate chandeliers which lighted the colonial ballroom. b ilcony to the ballroom. , .7""!":,J W, If qi'3QT2'7'Ffai?' "'! i ii if 'Ti' Ii 'H After gracefully dancing tlie minuet, XVanda Sinitli and jimmy King pause be-fore tlie garden window for a breath of air. I l 1 A l f X it - ,A , fi' X 4.2. X S M.. Junior Class President, Mickey Register, proposes a toast Senior Class President, Terry Nlanltsluy, and Terry Nlidyette stand to the seniors at the junior-Senior banquet on May 1, 1959, with junior Class President, Mickey Register, and Carole Forstadt as they present Dr. and Mrs. Spear tlie scissors to elip the riluluons to officially open the 1959 Junior-Senior Prom. Leaders of the student body form the figure of a cameo around the colonial ladies and gentlemen who danced the minnet. Page One Hundred Sixty-Seven Summer has arrived noW,pand We regretfully realize that the year is about over. The seniors wistfully envy the freshmen with three more wonderful years ahead of them. Invitations have been sent, and graduation looms ahead. The nine juniors who rank highest scholastically have been selected as marshals for the occasion. Memories cloud the eyes of the seniors as they Walk down the halls for the last time. The BRUIN Staff distributes the result of many Weeks of work, the 1960 BRUIN. Here is the tangible record of memories that will be cherished for years to come. The confusion mounts as students sign annual after annual, sometimes even signing their own. For the seniors, the last Weeks pass too swiftly, The anxiety over exams is forgotten on Senior day when the class leaves for the beach. And then the solemn processional, speeches, a swift handshake, a few tears, and it is all over. With a diploma in our hands, We march out of the filled auditorium and test the Word 'calumniv which now comes to our lips. Three seasons have come and gone and now another is here . . . 2 -Q L Q75 K I M, V '-"viii" . : ' , V 14. . ,F , . , ,A sv .4-, . L 143 W - ,,.k, Y "Ln 1 I , 'jf -Y 4 Q... K- ' , ' P-Q ' W ., ,s-3gwYQ'f+-P . ,. I' ef- ' .mf 77 A ' " -X '--wg f- .,., N , r'-A NP-Q, , f I- -12-gl M' 5,1g"?Q11w13Q ' " Y,FP'?E,-Q , f",9fwp W' - ' ' 3, - , ' . f A g,:,,f. 1 ' ' ' ' H- .- "QP, fr. ' - f 'NJJF5 ,. - ,... .. +I, . " .-T..-..,., . ' 'Q - . " 'Pi .aff '7 .. 'E' ' 2 ., -J V -, S W ' ' "rf" 'flafavfiir---, , , .- www U 1, -g ,, , Wd' , .vm I Y .., . Mmm ..., 4 .v ., -fl U '-f", Ap. , as AM, vs- Qv 9, , . , .N ",1,:,.- f " , ,, -qu 7 V- -'g5f'-4- v:.' 1' '-f 9 .,-" r'-,, "'1W' s " , f. fest. . .r ,-1 ' "' QL' pf ' ' X. " ., "' f - 'sul ' 'M' ' . 'I , .41 !' P . M- ,J 1,15 bv Nix SUMMER S NICR OF 19602 67 4,7 CLASS OFFICERS JIMMY LEWIS ....... ......................... ,.,, T , eawe, MICKEY REGISTER .... BRENDA HARDY ..... JOE HEATH ...... . . . . .President . . . . . .Secretary . . .Vice-President In addition to her classroom duties, Miss Elizabeth C. Williams, sponsor for the Senior Class, expedites such matters as ordering calling cards, invitations, and diplomas, measuring seniors for caps and gowns, and planning the commencement program. si Believe it or not, Joyce Ellen Stainback, Mrs. McKinnon, Harvey Hardison, Jackie Smith, Bunny Mcllwean, Charles Carter, and George Blow are constructing a library wall of the old Southern mansion for the Junior-Senior. JUDY FAY ADAMS F.H.A. 1, 2, Basketball l, Typing Club 2, 3, DE. Club 4. JOHN LOYVERY ANDERSON Hi-Y 1, 2, 3, 4, Band 1, 2, 3, 4, President 4, Student Council 1, 2, Basketball l, 4, Class Officer 2, Track 2, 3, 4, Monogram Club 2, 3, 4, Homeroom Ofhcer 3, 4, National Citizenship Conference 4. V? +..,. 1 'Es .4 LESTER ETHERIDCE ARTHUR, II Radio and Photography Club 2, Football 42, Hi-Y 3, 4, Chess Club 4. VVILLIAM BRUCE AUSTIN Pamlico l, 2, 3. MARSHALL BAY BALL Hi-Y 1, 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 3, Semester Honor Roll 1, 2, 3, 4, Latin Club 1, 2, Student Coun- cil 4, Debate Team 2, 3, 4, Jr.-Sr. XVaiter 2, Science Club 3, Bear Cub Staff 3, 4, Chief Marshal 3, Homeroom Officer 3, National Honor Society 3, 4, President 4, Junior Civitan Club 3, 4, Civitan Youth Conference 3, Boys' State 3, National Citizenship Conference 4, Bruin Staff 4, National Merit Scholarshi 11" . 1. P Semifinalist 4, Superlative 4. ,Ai-L TUX fe CHARLES ASHFORD BENFIELD lD.E. Club 4. ESTHEB CASKINS BENNETT F.H.A. 1, 2, Typing Club 4. an-aux? 'Q-.,,,f . 226, f"M"9' I T ' Rio, ,fum wr I All , 'ir A? U IRVIN JACKSON BENNETT, IR. Basketball 1, Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4, Homeroom Oflicer 4. CEORC-E ELLIOTT BLOW Cannon High School 1, Track 1, Clee Club 3, Science Club 4, Bear Cub Stalt 4. EMNIITT LEROY BBINSON IR XVrestlmg., 1 7 Footb1ll2 Monogram Club H1 Y 3 4 Science Club 4 'fy T l 4 , V . A 5 1 I . I, . Y 7 -,Q 2 Q H 1 5 ' 1- 1, 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 4, Latln Club 2, 3, , ,,, , ,,Y ,,i. , i?Af . .- , S . h Q JAMES IRVIN BBINSON Track 2, 3, 4, Hi-Y 3, 4, Monogram Club 3, 4, Science Club 3, 4, Bridge Club 4. ,gps Latin CHARLES ROBERT BROWN Club 1, 2, Dramatics Club 3, Bridge Club 4. PATRICIA LOUISE BRYAN Latin Club 1, 2, F.T.A. 2, 3, 4, Vice-Presi dent 3, President 4, C-lee Club 3, 4, Secre- tary 4, Bruin Staff 3, Homeroom OH'icer 3 Tri-Hi-Y 4, Bear Cub Staff 4. OYCE REID BUCHANAN J . cc Club 1, 2, 35 Latin Club 1, 2g Typing Club 3, 4. DUROTHY SUE BURKHART NVilson 11 C100 Club 2g Holnccuining Canclimlatc 4. L mr 90 al Music Club 4g NVILLIAN1 ELIJAH CANNON SClllCSf0l' Honor R011 1. 22g Latin Club 24 Raclio Club 3g lJI'lll11ll11L'S Club 4g Ilomcrocnn Officer 4. r' -N ff' ,QW V, 5. 4'-Q gal' ,vw D 'ul-..,..-- ' BRENDA JOYCE CATON Band 1, 2, 3, 4g Tin Can Bancl 1g F.H.A. 1 52, Treasurer 123 Glcc Club 3g Typing Club 3. PETER JAMES CHACARIS Science Club lg Football 1, 2, 3, 44 Track 2, 3, 45 Hi-Y 3, 4g Monogram Club 3, 4g Bridge Club 4. "3 'E 'vas NELLIE VIOLA CLARK Latm Club 1, 2, F.H.A. 1, 2, Typlng Club 1, 2, Vice-President 2g Tri-Hi-Y 4. 'gk 'A-'22 .4-1' BETTY Mc.-XRTHUR COLLINS Jones Central 1. 21 Basketball 1: EH..-X. 1. 2g Typing Club 34 D.E. Club 4. ROBERT XYESLEY CUTHRELL Bus Driver 41 Radio Club 4. Page One Hundred Seventy-Three IUDY MARIE DAWSON Oklahoma City 1, 2, 35 Bible History Club 2, 3, Treasurer 35- Pep Club 2, 35 D.E. Club 4. X-gwmi 'QQ """"! CAROLYN LOUISE DIXON Latin Club 1, 25 Homeroom Officer 1, 2, 3, 45 Bruin Club 35 Ir.-Sr. Steering Committee 35 Nurses Club 3, 45 Bruin Staff 3, 45 Home- coming Candidate 45 National Citizenship Conference 4. ORIN EDNVARD DIXON, JR. Bus Driver 3, 4. :EW If VVILLIAM FORBS DOWDY, III Basketball Manager 15 Band 15 Latin Club I, 25 Clee Club 25 Science Club 35 Junior Civitan Club 3, 45 Bridge Club 45 Hi-Y 45 National Citizenship Conference 4. MARK STEVENSON DUNN, IR. Bruin Staff 15 Clee Club 15 Semester Honor Roll 1, 2, 35 Choir 25 Latin Club I, 25 Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4, All-Conference 45 Football 25 jr.-Sr. XVaiter 25 Student Council 25 Monogram Club 2, 3, 45 Science Club 35 ,umm Track 2, 3, 45 Bridge Club 45 National 'Citizenship Conference 4. N. T 113 'xy XVALTER ROBERT DUNN Library Club I5 D.E. Club 4. BARBARA DOBSON EDWARDS Semester Honor Roll I, 25 Latin Club 1, 25 Miami jackson High School 25 Y-Teens 25 Softball 25 Typing Club 25 D.E. Club Secretary 4. '9- ,IO ANN ERNUL F.H.A. I, 2g Cleo Club I, 25 Oflice Assistant 45 D.E. Club 4. Nt Page One Hundred Seventy-Four is -4 Qin CICERO VVILLIANI CASKINS Homeroom Officer 14 Baseball 2, 3, 4, Most Valuable Player Award 34 Monogram Club 2. 3, 44 D.E. Club Vim DONALD PAUL CASKINS D.E. Club 2, 3, 4, Business Manager 4. Ililllll fllllr l 7 In 1 nu 1 l llmmn mm Olllu x Stl Ofh Eclclie Hollow IYS plelsure mer Wlfllllflf., flrst pllce with lus Llmemntry project 18 Qllltt? ewldent 90.91 g"mn l::'nx: Hulk" 00.1 :nl s,:'!r? I. lg .l.' x l:"l l r.'ll .:ll s 'uc "1n: :t,, 4 'al 'll' lg' I' 'l li If' f':.! ANNA BADHANI GILLIKIN C lu Club 1, 24 Nlajorcttc 24 Latin Club 24 Iartnch Club 34 Choir 3, 4g Music Club 4. JAMES CLIFFORD GOOCH Hallsboro High School 1, 24 Basketball 1, 2, 34 Baseball 1, 2, 3, 44 Football 1, 2, 3, 4g French Club 34 Science Club 44 Monogram Club Vice-President 44 Homeroom Ofiicer 44 Hi-Y Treasurer 4. W ig., "l.L:'3" Kr-. i 0 , wi 'X I VERNON LEON GOODWIN Football 1, 2, 3, 4g Semester Honor Roll 1, 2, 34 Basketball 1, 2, 44 Monogram Club 2, 3, 44 Track 2, 3, 44 Radio Club 34 Science Club Vice-President 4. 4, BETTY M, he V 7 L ,f yi 1 MARY CLARE GREEN Nurses Club I, 3, Vice-President lg Semester Honor Roll I, 2, 3, 44 Latin Club 2g Pre- Med Club 24 jr.-Sr. Vtfaitress 24 Debate Team 3g F.H.A. 34 Bruin Staff 3, 44 Bridge Club 44 National Citizenship Conference 4. FAYE GRIFFIN F.H.A. 1, 2g D.E. Club 4. LU CY OLIVIA HAMMOND Cheerleader 1, 3, 4, Head 4g Glee Club 1, 24 Student Council lg Bruin Staff 24 F.T.A. 2, 3, Treasurer 34 Homeroom OHicer 34 jr.-Sr. Steering Committee 34 National Honor Society 3, 44 Choir 3, 4g Girls, State Associate justice 44 Bridge Club 44 National Citizenship Conference 4. 'ima - .-, R il VMI' , 'Nui ' Nl-QM HARVEY DIXON HARDISON, JR. Football 3g Baseball 3, 4g Science Club 34 Bus Driver 4. ROBERT BRYAN HARDISON Glee Club 2g Choir 3, 44 Radio Club 4 Bus Driver 4. , BRENDA KAY HARDY Semester Honor Roll I, 2, 3, 45 Latin Club 1, 2, President 15 Class Officer I, Q, 45 Ir.-Sr. VVaitress 25 Tri-Hi-Y 3, 4, Secretary 45 Typing Club 3, 45 Office Assistant 3, 45 National Honor Society 45 Girls' State 35 Bruin Staff 45 National Citizenship Con- 0? nr. ,S iT ference 45 Superlative 4. LINDA JEAN HARRISON 1 Clee Club 1, 25 F.H.A. 1, 2, Chaplain 25 Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, 45 Majorette 2, 3, 4. Head 3, 45 Typing Club 35 Choir 3, 45 Music Club 4. I . NOLAN B. HAYE D.E. Club 3, 4. JOEL CHRISTOPHER HEATH Semester Honor Roll 1, 2, 3, 45 Football I, 2, 3, 4, Co-Captain 45 jr.-Sr. XVaiter 25 Latin Club 25 VVrestling 2, 35 Track 2, 3, 45 Monogram Club 2, 3, 4, President 45 Marshal 35 Boys' State 35 National Honor Society 3, 45 Homeroom Officer 45 Science Club Treasurer 45 Class Oflicer 45 Superlative 4. JOHN T. HEATH, JH. I '33 1 lj- A Band 1, is 'fs- 25 Football 25 Sophomore Class President5 Hialeah High School 3. RONALD NELSON HEATH Latin Club I, 2, Football 2, 3, 4, Monogram Club 3, 45 Bridge Club 4. '9s'iG' 'ilu-5 GEORGE CARLTON HILL D.E. Club 3, 4, Business Manager 4. JANETH CHRISTINE HILL Clee Club I, 25 Student Council 25 Dri matics Club 2, 3, Vice-Presiclent 35 Nlajor- ette 2, 3, 45 Jr.-Sr. Steering Committee 35 Class Officer 35 Choir 3, 45 Music Club Vice-President 45 Homecoming Candidate 45 National Citizenship Conference 45 Bruin Staff 45 Superlative 4. Page One Hundred Seventy-Seven ANIANDA ELIZABETH HINES Typing Club 3, 4. Chaplain 4, D.E. Club 4, Chaplain 4. ELIZABETH TAYLOR HODGES Majorette l, Class Oflicer 1, Tri-Hi-Y 1, 2, 3, 4, Vice-President 3, Latin Club I, 2, Secretary 2, Semester Honor Roll 1, 2, Pre-Med Club I, 2, Clee Club 1, 4, Vice- President 4, Student Council I, 2, 3, Sec- retary 2, Treasurer 3, jr.-Sr. Waitress 2, Ir.-Sr. Steering Committee 3, Bruin Club 3, Homcroom Officer 3, 4, Bear Cub Staff 4, Homecoming Candidate 4, National Citizenship Conference 4. ORIS EDXVIN HOLLOWAY, JR. Semester Honor Roll 1, 2, 3, 4, Latin Club 2, Treasurer 2, Football 2, 3, Monogram Club 3, 4: Hi-Y 3, 4, Science Club 3, 4, Vice-President 3, President 4, Bruin Staff 4, National Honor Society 4. SIOUX EDA HOLLONVELL F.H.A. l, 2, Nurses Club 4, D.E. Club 4 'B 5 1 fi... 5 gl -v 'W' 16' - V of 'lr ,f-We N 4,21 aj PEGGY ANN HOLT Clee Club 1, 2, F.H.A. 1, 2, French Club 3, Choir 3, 4, Mu- sic Club 4, Bruin Staff 4, Na- tional Citizenship Conference 4. Rov rlt no less' Olixil Himmond lckie Smith ind Pats O'Ne il ja y, It z , JL ,a ' y 2 rode in the Shrine Parade on the float entered by Barbour Boat XVorks and Reggitfs. If ,f ff ,- X' X' f ,W , ,IW ,gif ff ff!! ,ff PMYUQ few f ' PATRICIA ANN HUMPHREY Semester H 0 n o r Roll 1, 2, Latin Club 1, 2, Nurses Club 1, 2, 3, Bruin Staff 2, 4, junior Civitan Club 3, 4, Corresponding Sec- retary 4, Bridge Club 4, National Citizenship Con- ference 4. ' . Wi' . VR ROSE MARIE HUMPHREY Latin Club I, 23 F.'ll.A. I, 2, 3, Vice- President 2, President 3, Jr.-Sr. NVaitress 2, Homeroom Oilicer 2, 4, Jr.-Sr. Steering Committee 31 Marshal '51 Girls' State 31 National Honor Society 3, 4, Treasurer 45 Tri-Hi-Y 3, 4, President 4, Bear C1411 Editor 4, National Citizenship Conference 4, 7U" ?"""' f-5 li' 11' IC? Superlative 4. BESSIE LOUISE IPOCK Basketball lg Monogram Club I, 2, 3, 4 lJ.E. Club 43 National Citizenship Confer- ence 4. 1. T LOIS DARE IPOCK l".H.A. Vice-President 3. -'L JO ELLEN JENNETTE Nurses Club lg Latin Club I, 2g Semester Honor Roll 1, 2, 3, 4, Jr.-Sr. XVaitress 2, Bruin Staff l, 2, 3, 4, Co-Editor 4, Marshal 3, Junior Civitan Club 3, 4, Recording Secretary 4, Bruin Club 3, Homeroom Of- ficer 4, Office Assistant 4g Tri-Hi-Y 4, Bridge Club 4, National Honor Society 4, National Citizenship Conference 4. 1, 'Z DIANA GAYLE JOHNSON Abbeville High School 1, 2, 3, Latin Club Secretary 1, F.H.A. 1, Science Club 1, 2, Library Club 1, 2. LILLIAN MAY JOHNSON 'lf 4-57 Bruin Staff I, 4, F.T.A. 1, 2, 3, Secretary 2, 35 Jr.-Sr. XVaitress 25 Homeroorn Officer 2, 3, Cheerleader 2, 3, 45 Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, Junior Civitan Club 3, 4, Bear Cub Stall 3, 4, Typing Club President 4, Ofhce Assist- ant 4, Homecoming Candidate 44 National Honor Society 4. MICHAEL JOSEPH JOHNSON Library Club President 3. MICHAEL LEE JOHNSON Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Basketball Statistician 3, 4g Jr.-Sr. XVaiter 21 Student Council xhkx 49 2, ' 4 .funn-.., 3? Class Oflicer 2, F.T.A. 21 Science Club 35 Radio Club 3, Junior Civitan Club 3, Bruin Staff 3g Jr.-Sr. Steering Committee Bridge Club -Ig Dance Band 4: Hi-Y 43 National Citizenship Conference 4. PECCY ANN JOHNSON F.H.A. 1, 2, 3, Clee Club 1, 2, 3, Choir 4, Bruin Stafl 3, 4, Bridge Club 4, Oflice Assistant 4, French Club 4, National Citi- zenship Conference 4. MAURICE LaHUE Clee Club 1, Choir 2, 3, 4, Radio Club 3, 4. FRANCES ANN LANCASTER F.H.A. 1, Band 1, 2, 3, 4. Q , - RUTH ANNETTE LANCASTER Semester Honor Roll 1, 2, 3, 4, Latin Club 1, 2, Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 4, Ir.-Sr. Waitress 2, F.T.A. 3, Marshal 3, Student Council 4, Bridge Club 4, Bear Cub Staff 4, P.T.S.A. Recording Secretary 4, National Honor Society 4, National Citizenship Con- - ,j 5, ' I A . A V 'l fwfqg, , r' . ua. - ' ference 4. JOHN RICHARD LANCLEY Semester Honor Roll 1, 2, 3, 4, Latin Club 2, Football 3, Ir.-Sr. Steering Committee 3, French Club 3, Marshal 3, National Honor Society 3, 4, junior Civitan Club 3, 4, Vice- President 3, President 4, Bridge Club 4, Homeroom Officer 4, Bruin Staff 4, Na- tional Citizenship Conference 4. lah JAMES FREDERICK LEATHERS Basketball 1, Clee Club Secretary 1, Latin Club 1, 2, Football 1, 2, Track 1, 2, 39 jr.-Sr. Waiter 2, Science Club 2, 3, Cl101l' 2, 3, 4, President 4, Student Council 3, Homeroom Officer 4, National Honor So- ciety 4, Superlative 4. CORMAN ACNEW LEWIS Band 1, Basketball 2, Script Club 25 Fqot- ball 2, 3, 4, Track 3, Wrestling 35 TYPU18 Club 3, Homeroom Oflicer 3, Monogram Club 3, 4, Bridge Club 4. "sa 41? JAMES VVESLEY LEWIS Semester Honor Roll 1, 2, 3, Latin Club 2, Jr.-Sr. Waiter 2, Bruin Club 3, Bear Cub Staff 3, Civitan Youth Conference 3, Science Club 3, junior Civitan Club 3, 4, Chaplain 4, Hi-Y 3, 4, Bruin Staff 3, 4, Co-Editor 4: Homeroom OHicer 4, Bridge Club 4, Na- tional Citizenship Conference 4, Senior Class Treasurer 4, Superlative 4. MARTHA ANN LEXVIS Pre-Med Club 1, 2, Nurses Club 1, 2, 3, 4, President 4, Clec Club 3, Oflice Assistant 4, Tri-Hi-Y 4, National Citizenship Confer- ence 4. T -IUDITI-I XVINIFRED LOCKEY F.H.A. 1, 2, Tri-Hi-Y 1, 2, 3, 4, Cheer- leader 1, 2, 3, 4, Head 2, Homeroom Officer 2, 3, French Club 3, Bridge Club 4, Na- tional Citizenship Conference 4, Superla- tive 4. gr P96 "' N--r EDXVARD ALLEN LYTTLE Homeroom Oflicer 1, Traclx 1, Clee Club 2, 3, Vice-President 2, Radio Club 3, Vice- President 3, Bus Driver 3, 4, Choir 4. K 'S-fx? , RICHARD XVYNN CINNY ANNE MARTIN ICN Q-r-41" Morehead City 1, Basketball 1, Student Council Vice-President I, Bruin Staff 4. Greensboro 1, F.H.A. 1, 2, Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, French Club 3, Bruin Staff 4, National Citizenship Conference 4, Bridge Club 4. XVILLIS HOLTOIN MASON, JR. Track 1, Latin Club 1, 2, French Club 3, Bear Cub Staff 3: Radio Club 4. 5 MARREY 4 pl! "df MV! ' DONALD CORDON NIATTHEXVS XVrestling 1, 2, Nlonogram Club 1, 2. 3, 4: Bear Cub Staff 3, French Club 3, Bruin Staff 4. RICHARD NVOLCOTT NIL-ENALLY Band 1, Latin Club 1, 2, Semester Honor Roll 1, 2, 3, 4, vlr.-Sr. XYa,iter 2, Debate Team 2, 3, 4, Hi-Y 3, 4: Junior Civitan Club 3. 4, National Honor Society 3, Vice' President 4, Marshal 3, Science Club 3, Ir.-Sr. Steering Committee, Homeroom Of- ficer 3, National Citizenship Conference Delegate-at-Large 4, Merit Scholarship Semi-Finalist 4, Page One Hundred Eighty-One BURNESS ANN Mc-ILNVEAN Basketball 1, F.T.A, 1, Latin Club 1, Glee Club 1, Vice-President 2, Monogram Club 1, 2, Secretary 3, 4, Dramatics Club 2, 3, Sccrctarv 2, Stutlent Council 2, 2nd Vice- Presiclcnt 3, Homeroom Officer 2, 3, 4, Sophomore Class Treasurer, Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, Bruinettes 3, Treasurer 3, Choir 3, Sec- retary 4, jr.-Sr. Steering Committee 3, National Citizenship Conference 4, Home- coming Candidate 4, Bridge Club 4. THOMAS JEAN MCKNIGI-IT Bear Cub Staff 1, 2, VVrestling 2, National Citizenship Conference 4, Photography Club 'vs "1 FRANCES SIDNEY MCSORLEY F.H.A. I, Bruin Staff 1, 2, 3, Glee Club 2, Script Club 2, Homeroom Oflicer 3, Major- ette 3, Dramatics Club Secretary 3, Treas- urer 4, Choir 3, 4. 1011, i fiat!" EDWARD HUFFINGTON MITCHELL, Latin Club 1, 2, Basketball 1, 2, Script Club 2, Student Council 3, Bear Cub Staff 3, Science Club 3, 4, Hi-Y 4. XVALTER FRANKLIN MIZELLE if faq ' Latin Club 2, 3, 4, S 'K' 1, 2, Football 2, 3, 4, Basketball cience Club 3, Monogram Club 3, 4, Bridge Club 4. BONNIE CARROL MOORE Latin Club 1, 2, Dramatics Club 2, Nurses Club 3, Clee Club 3, Oflice Assistant 4. 5, "riff," -V f-62? CAROLE TALIAFERRO MOORE F.H.A. 1, Homeroorri Officer 1, Typing Club 2, 3, D.E. Club 4, Bridge Club 4. LARRY LEE MOORE Latin Club 1, 2, Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Brass Ensemble 1, 2, 3, 4, Tin Can Band 2, 3, 4, Dance Band 3, 4, Science Club 3, Dance Band Club 4. MERLYN FAYE MOORE A. 1, 2, 3, Nurses Club 3g Ofticc Assistant 45 D.E. Club 4. PEGGY JANE MORRIS ll Basketball Ig F.H.A. Ig Typing Club 1, 2, Bear Cub Staff 35 D.E. Club 4. DALTON GRAY MURPHY D.E. Club 4. RICHARD ALLEN O'CONNOR Latin Club 1, 2, Science Club 3, Clee Club Secretary 35 Bridge Club 4. PATRICIA MacWILLIAM O'NEAL Q 51 M' 'fl Latin Club 1, 25 jr.-Sr. NVaitress 25 jr.-Sr. Steering Committee 3, Typing Club 35 Tri-Hi-Y 3, 4, Student Council 3, 4, Presi- dent 4, Cheerleader 3, 4, Assistant Head 49 Nurses Club 45 Homecoming Queen 4g Bruin Staff 4, National Citizenship Con- If ference 4. SUZAN FRANCES ORRINGER Pre-Med Club Ig Glee Club Ig Nurses Club 1, 2, Chaplain 22, Dramatics Club 2, Bruin Staff 4, National Citizenship Conference 4. F.H.A. 4, Bridge Club 4. REBECCA ROUSE PARROTT Q -"""" We Homeroom Officer Ig Latin Club I, 25 Pre Med Club 1, 22g Nurses Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Secretary-Treasurer 4, Cheerleader 2: Bruin- ettes 3, President 35 Bruin Staff 4. MARSHA CAROLINE PAUL Dramatics Club 1. 2: Clec Club Nurses Club 3g Choir 3 4' Latin Clu . , b Bruinettes 3, 4. 1 7 5 Page One Hundred Eighty-Three Lillian Johnson attempts to arouse student support at a pep rally in assembly. BRENDA JOYCE POPE Band 1, Semester Honor Roll 1, 2, 3, Science Club 2, Homcroom Officer 2, 4, Bear Cub Staff 3, Typing Club 3, D.E. Club 4, Tri-Hi-Y 4. VVILLIAM MICHAEL POTTER Milford High School 1, 2, High Point High School 3, Freshman Class President, Baseball 1, 2, Track 1, 2, Band 1, 2, 3, D.E. Club President 4, District D.E. Vice- President 4. MARY ELLA MARIE POVVERS F.H.A. 1, 2, Dramatics Club 3, D.E. Club 4. MARCIE LOUISE PUCH Latin Club 1, 2, Semester Honor Roll 1, 2, 3, Clce Club 34 F.T.A. 3, 4, Secretary 43 National Honor Society 3, 45. Ch01f 4, Tri-Hi-Y 4, National Citizenship Confer- ence 4. Pagc One Hundred Eighty-Four SUELLEN CAROL POLZIN Latin Club 1, 24 Tri-Hi-Y 1, 2, 3, 4, Typing Club 3, Homeroom Officer 3, Bruinettes 3, 4, Bridge Club 4, National Citizenship Conference 4, Homecoming Can- didate 4g Office Assistant 4. 'KVUQ-. 'fl' 'ef H 'W,sa--. , Vs- -if! UP' 4?-'Ei 1' 1 . -407 ELOISE MARTIN REEL Clee Club 1, Vice-President 1, Latin Club 1, 2, Vice-President 1, Homeroom Ofiicer 1, Tri-Hi-Y 1, 2, 3, 4, Secretary 2, President 3, Choir 2, 3, 4, Vice-President 4, Student Council 2, 4, Treasur- er 4, jr.-Sr. Steering Committee 3, F.T.A. 3, 4, Vice-President 4, Junior Class Treasurer, Bear Cub 1lAl'C1l'llUN CHVNN l'l'RS1i1t lin Stull 1, Studi-ut Council 1, liuskflllmll 1 Ilouicrocuu cllllttf l, 2, liiuul l, 2, -1, rl, llllll Club 7 Stl 4 Club 3 ll Sl ' 1 L., .' '.1'1lf" f L1 5lt'1'l4lllgc,UIll1l1llll'l'-1, lirum Klub .lg lbguur- fl 1 111 Y 1 llauul 3, -lg livur Cub Stu - g '- BAIKBARA ,IAN li RAIJIVOR 1 J Columbia, S. I. ,Lg ' C l 7 l1Ulllll'fJOI1l Ullutr l Boosters Club 1, 2, Latin Club 1, 2, lfrcu l Club 2, 3, Yicc-1'rt-siclm,ul 3, Sturlr-ut Cu cil 12, 3, 4, Office Assistauit 3, -lg 'liri-H1 Y l 3, 4, RICK'-ljfl'SlKl0Ill 4, National Citizen l Conference 45 Bridge Club 4, Supa-rlutixc PATRICIA .1 EAN RICCAN cc Club 1, 2, l',11.A, 1, 2, Prf--N11-cl Club 9 Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, Nurses Lrlub Cliupluiu Typing Club 3, Latin Club 33 Clnoir 3, 4 Nttir 3,1 , 1 'mal Citizcnsbip ClOIllit'I'L'11K't' -1. PHILIP ALLEN RAXYLS llaunlico Higll Scliool l, 2, l'lF.A. 1, 7 4-H Club 1, 2, Basketball 1, 2, Baseball 1 0 2, 3, 4, Football 1, .., 4, Nlonograuu C 1, 2, 3, 4, Homeroom Officer 2, Sopliomore Class Vice-President, Science Club 4 fu-'- EMNIA MARGARET RHODES Latin Club 1, 2, Band 1, 2, 3, Semester Honor Roll 1, 2, 3, jr.-Sr. XVaitress 2, Dramatics Club 2, Homeroom Officer 3, F.T.A. 3, Bruin Club 3, Bear Cub Staff 3, 4, Bruinettes 3, 4, Tri-Hi-Y 4, National Citizenship Conference 4. IANICE JOY RICE Clee Club 1, 2, Treasurer 1, Homeroom Ofiicer 3, 4, Marshal 3, Library Club 3, 4, Bear Cub Staff 3, 4, French Club 3, 4, Choir 3, 4, Tri-Hi-Y 4. Business Manager 4, RICHARD MILLER REGISTER Semester Honor Roll 1, Band 1, Latin Club 1, 2, President 2, Homeroom Officer 2, I u n i o r Class President, jr.-Sr. Steering Committee 3, Hi-Y 3, 4, Secre- tary 4, Science Club 3, 4, junior Civitan Club 3, 4, National Citi- zenship Conference 4, Senior Class President, Bruin Staff 4, Superlative 4. , I ...er Q-...-M L - , 4 ELIZABETH LOUISE RING 4-H Club 2, Clee Club 2, 3, D.E. Club 3, Typing Club 4. ESTER MAE ROLISON af""S PUB W F.H.A. 1, 2, Typing Club 3, Nurses Club 4. HERBERT CARY ROSER JPWQ' JW Wellsville High School 1, 2, Semester Honor Roll 1 2 3- Baseball 1- Latin Club 1 2- Dramatics Club 1, 2, Horneroorn Officer 1, 4, Student Council 1, 4, Boys, State 3, junior Civitan Club 3, 4, French Club 3, 4, President 4, Bruin Staff 4, Hi-Y 4, National Citizenship Conference 4. A HELEN RUTH ROWE Basketball 1, Clec Club 1, Nurses Club 1 F.H.A. 1, 2, Monogram Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Homeroom Officer 4, Tri-Hi-Y 4. DONNA BETH SAFFORD Dram-itics Club 1 2- Nurses Club. 1 2- Clec Club 1 2- Typing Club 3- Cholr 3 4- D.E. Club Officer 4. is 'TS , , Ai 7 5 'Q . 'V X ann., MARY ANN SAMIA F.H.A. 1, Clee Club 2, 3, Bruin Club 3, Dramatics Club 4. BEN SCOTT Latin Club 1, 2, Football 2, Science Club A 3, 4, Hi-Y 4. Basketball 3, Monogram Club 2, 3 National Beta Club 3, Hi-Y 4, Sci Club 4, Track 4. WILLIAM EDWARD SHERRATT Swansboro High School 1, 2, 3, Jr.-Sr. Waiter 2, Class Ollicer 2, Football 2, 3, 44 , 44 CIICC DONNA OLDS SHERRILL F.H,A. 1, 2, Typing Club 3, 4. Z5 47 OTTO DeBRUHL SIMMONS, IR. 1157. 'im Bus Driver 2, 3, Track 3, Radio Club 4, Secretary-Treasurer 4. LINDA CAROLE SIMPSON F.H. 1, 2, Typing Club 3, 4. 'T ii xv BRENDA MARGARET SMITH Latln Club 1, 2, Homeroom OfHcer 2, Bru1n Club 3, Bruinettes 3, National Citizenship Conference 4, Student Council 4. fu. Jr" fin JACQUELINE MATHIAS SMITH Latin Club 1, 2, Nurses Club 1, 2, Vice- President 2, Pre-Med Club 1, 2, Secretary 2, Semester Honor Roll I, 2, Homeroom Officer 1, 2, 3, Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, Bruin Staff 2, 3, 4, Bruin Club 3, junior Civitan Club 3, 4, Civitan Youth Conference 3, Bruinettes 3, 4, Bridge Club 4, National Citizenship Conference 4. - 5-X NELL BAKER SMITH Student Council 1, 2, F.H.A. 2, C-irls' State 3, jr.-Sr. Steering Committee 3, F.T.A. 3, Bruinettes 3, Tri-Hi-Y 3, 4, Homeroom Officer 4, Bridge Club 4, National Citizen- ship Conference 4, junior Civitan Club 4. V. L JOYCE ELLEN STAINBACK Clee Club Secretary 1, Homeroom Ollieer 1, F.T.A. 1, 2, 3, Chaplain 3, Semester Honor Roll 1, 2, 3, 4, Tri-Hi-Y I, 2, 3. 4, Ir.-Sr. XVaitress 2, Student Council 2, Cheerleader 2, 3, 4, Marshal 3, Girls, State Lieutenant Governor 3, National Honor Society 3, 4, Secretary 4, Oflice Assistant 4, National Citizenship Conference 4: Bridge Club 4, Bruin Staff 4. XVILLIAM PAUL STOYALL Basketball 2, 3, Track 2, 3. 4, MonoQY H Club 2, 3, 4, D.E. Club 4, Page One Hundred Eighty-Seten QQ Lunch hour ut the Midway! Delectable French fries, honest-to-goodness hamburgers, :md king size cokes constitute the standard menu of all of us seniors. RUTH PEARLE STRICKLAND Nurses Club 15 Clee Club 1, 2, 35 President 35 Latin Club 1, 25 Home-room Officer 35 Typing Club 35 Tri-Hi-Y 3, 4, Music Club 4. EVELYN MARIE SXVINDELL F.T.A. 15 F.H.A. 25 Typing Club 35 Cub Staff 4. LYNN GAH., TAYLOR Clee Club 15 Homeroom Officer 15 Dra- matics Club 1, 2, Secretary 15 Nurses Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Chaplain 2, Vice-President 35 Tri-Hi-Y 1, 2, 3, 45 Tpying Club 35 Bruin- cttes 3, 4, Vice-President 3, President 45 Bear Cub Staff 35 Bruin Club 3, jr.-Sr. Steering Committee 35 Homecoming Can- didate 4. JANE CARRAWAY THOMAS Bear F.T.A. 15 Homeroom Oflicer 15 Student Council 1, 25 Bruin Staff 1, 25 Ir.-Sr NVaitress 25 Nurses Club 4. Ci' LOTTIE MERLE STRICKLAND Latin Club 1, 25 Typing Club 3: Choir 3, 45 Tri-Hi-Y 3, 45 Music Club 4. :N 6 Xogi ""? , -ji.. Flu 135 978 que- ,Ch GLEN ROY NVAYNE .ra-+ Miss Williams allows jim Leathers, George 5 Hill, Betty Hines, Ruth Strickland, and joel Gardner to try caps and gowns for the proper size, Band 1, 2, 3, 45 Science Club 35 Bus Driver 3, 45 Chess Club 4. .Zv- ISARBARA jli,-KN 'l'Ol,l'IIi l'.li.A. l, 25 Scuicstcr iluuur Hull l, 2, 3, -1, Typing Club 35 llouu-room Oliici-r 35 lJ.l'I, Club 45 Olliu- Assistuul 45 'llri-liirl' 'lx Nutionul Honor Socit-ty 45 Supcrlutiu- -1. LEON ALLEN TOLER Radio Club 15 Dramzitics Club 2. 3, 4 Prcsidcnt 4: D.E. Club 35 Bear Cub Staff 4 . Choir 4. BETTY JEAN TRIPP Glee Club 1, 25 F.H.A. 1, 25 Choir 3, 45 Dramatics Club 4. ROBERT MILLER TYSON Latin Club 1, 25 Band 1, 2, 3, 45 Dance Band 2, 3, 4, President 3, 45 Science Club 35 Homeroom Officer 25 Hi-Y . 5 Superlative 4. I ' rr-"ill , ,.V4 lg ,I 4251... gb! 611-5' 6' at A Ve' . w .. -P 3 Y ug -e 5 M ,tiki we 7 'C if7gT1'ffw-35" ?"iil'U .5 ,P in 5, 1 .3 X Fc lb. Pr ' M 1,5 w I - any 3. ' ' "b,f. 5 54' A , 'KM if z 'ag' 1 I La. In . V This is the way We looked the first time that we went to assembly. XVhat a thrill to have the other students stand when We marched in! OTTIS VANDYKE XVHITFIELD D.E. Club 3. CATHERINE EMOGENE NVILLIAMS Havelock High School I5 Cheerleader I5 F.H.A. 1, 25 Homeroom Officer 25 French Club 35 Bear Cub Staff 35 Bruin Staff 45 National Citizenship Conference 45 Home- coming Candidate 45 Bridge Club 4. JANICE LaRUE WILLIAMS F.H.A. I, 25 Nurses Club 3, 4. RICHARD MacKENZIE WILLIAMS Latin Club I, 25 Football 2, 35 Track 2, 3, 45. .Science Club 3, 45 Hi-Y 45 National CltIZCUShlD Conference 45 Monogram Club 4. Page One Hundred Ninety CHALMERS LINDLEY VVHITE III Track 15 Freshman Class President5 Latin Club 1, 25 Hi-Y 1, 2, 3, 4, Presi- dent 45 Homeroom Ofiicer 2, 45 jr.-Sr. Steering Com- mittee 35 Student Council 35 French Club Treasurer 35 Science Club 4. FLOYD EDWARD WHITE, JR. D.E. Club 35 Typing Club 35 Chess Club 4. l ,qs 'Je' ' Z' 1-9 3 .. I 1 'V 9 In . , X ' ...lb 'hwy ,, , rl ,Q 45.9 ,--'-5 'lil' 'Q' f-N. 5944! Wi if V. tl X' 1 'Y' QS' 45k ' -:am .Aff Y' CENEVIEVE THERESA ZAYTOUN F.H.A. l, 2, C-lee Club 2, D.E. Club Treasurer 4. Libby with her scant five feet and Lindley with his tall six feet two inches are the long and sbort of it in the Senior Class. ROBERT ALTON XVILLIAXIS, jll, Cllr-tl Club l, llouneroom Officer l, l"ootl1.ill o 'J l, 2, clll0lI' .., 3, -1, Monogram Club L, 15, 4, Baseball 3, Music Club l'rz-siclm-nt -1. SHERRY ANNE XVOOTICN Latin Club l, Semester Honor Roll l, 2, 3, Dramatics Club 2, jr.-Sr. XVaitrcss 2, Nurses Club 3, Bridge Club 4. VANCE YVILSDN XVRENN, IR. Science Club l, 'Football lg Track l, 2, 3, 4, Band l, 2, 3, 4, Tin Can Band 2, 3, Monogram Club 2, 3, 4, Homeroom Officer 3, French Club 3, Ir.-Sr. Steering Com- mittee 3, Brass Ensemble 3, 4, Junior Class Officer, Dance Band 3, 4, Hi-Y 3, 4, Student Council Vice-President 4. DAVID BIAIER ZACKS Band l, Track lg Tin Can Bancl lg Latin Club 1, 2, Football 2, Bruin Staff 22: Home- room Officer 2, 3, Student Council 2, 4, Clee Club 3, Science Club 3, 4, Hi-Y 3, 4, Vice-President 4, Choir 4, junior Civitan Club 4, Natonal Citizenship Conference 4, Debate Team 4. if i hlost Intellectual Barbara Toler and Marshall Ball were declared the most intellectual two of the class of 1960. Barbara and Marshall both are excellent students, well deserving of the title given them. 3-A Best Student Leadership and Service Brenda Hardy and jimmy Lewis, declared by their classmates as the two offering the best student leadership and service, are busy making an announcement over the intercom system. Best Personality Barbara Radford's and Mickey Register's friendly smiles and pleasing personalities were acknowledged by their classmates when they were voted as the best per- sonalities. Most Dependable Rose Humphrey and jimmy Leathers were adjudged most dependable on the basis of their record of reliability in many areas of student endeavor. 4. ,, ,. 4 1 AS. 4, . ff.. . if-af f : i M2 .N K? , , 1 .9 L 7 -17 Q 5' f.7?'4 fi fs, , , .3 w hlost Talented janeth Hill and Robert Tyson are the most talented seniors, so stated a count of the votes cast by members of the class of 1960. janeth is well known for her lovely voice, but she also has talent in art and can twirl a baton. Robert plays several different instruments in the band and also has much artistic ability. Page One Hundred Ninety-Four hlost Yfcrsatile Receiving the greatest number of votes cast for most versatile from a list of nominees prepared by a panel of students and teachers, Indy Lockey and joe Heath are well-rounded anyway you look at them. pf s ll ' Q it'e if 2 f-15245 gf A Y 1 In A V W X ' 'fir IO ELLEN JENNETTE JIMMY LEXYIS CO-Editor Co-Editor Bruin taff , ,,,,-.,c,....,.. ,.,,. W1 'U' L M --f-.3 Miss Sarah Greene, plzotog-raplzy advisor, Mrs. Ida McKinnon, editorial advisor, Nlrs. Stclnm Wluitley, I111.sf:1uM urlrfwr. disruss plans for the Bruin while enjoying an afternoon snack. Page One Hundred Ninety-Five Editorial Staff 1 i ,X .. vw Q y 1-N, A L 5 J W if " janet Hill and Peggy Holt work assid- uously in preparing the music section of the 1960 Bruin. jo Ellen Jermette, Becky Parrott, Pat Humphrey, and Barbara Radford, club editors, study page layouts. ,M A page of tlie special events section completed Nancy XVliitley anal joyce Stuinback file ll special events page for safelcceping. Jackie Smith and Patsy O'Neal type copy for lie senior section. 5 ' 19? 'V , I gag..- .RSE Ginny Anne Nlilftlll and Emogcfm- XYllllLlIllS clruw up pages ol tllc 1960 Bruin faculty section. A rl ff.,.4 Fone EU: E32 1. Course of Study Editors Mary Green and Carolyn Dixon smile after completing an- other page of the yearbook. 5 fi xa I F, , I,- fi x', ,142 L Sports Editors Eddie Holloway, Don Nlattlivws, and Rickey -Nlurkey nss other yearlnooks to help tliem complete the sports section of the Bruin 5 . 'N-is XYz1ltL-r Bkllllfbtx, student pliotogrupln-r. shows Miss Saruli Cree-ne, faculty pliotograplwr. liow it feels to lic on the other side of the cznnera. Gary Roser and Margaret Rhodes Wrote copy for the 1960 Bruin. Mary Lynn Kelso and Murilla Oatcs planned and cx- ccutcd the Sopho- more section. ga 1. The Freshman section was capably handled by Suzi Lowery and Florence Pollock. Q 5 i L . in Art Editor Nancy NVard and Lillian johnson, book- keeper, contributed valuable assistance to the 1960 Bruin. , lm? if I r V" il' I P I 1 -Q Hclcn Smith, junior Class Editor, inspects the 19-18 Bruin for "new" ideas. Page One Hundred Ninety-Eight Business Staff The Bruin Business Staff contributed much time and effort to make a 1960 Bruin possible by selling advertisements and yearbooks. Standing are Lindsey Stokes, Doris McCombs, Peggy johnson, Lindley White, Margaret Allen, Ed Mitchell, Marshall Ball, Linda. Rice, Heading the business and subscription stuffs are Carole Forstadt, Business Manager, and Carolyn Dixon, Subscription Manager. It is through the eflorts of these two staff members that the Business and Subscription Staffs work smoothly and efficiently. , , E C., ,, as 'eff -ug x , "l Nell Smith, Szimlra Rirloutt, ,luck Iniiiglvy, Glenda Cosnell. Seated are Vicki NlcCottL-r Forstiiclt, Nlury Stallings, nncl Shirley VVilIinms.l lli ll vtty Cmcly, Carols sl .45 5... Qt, GTZ? The Subscription Staff contributed much time to the selling of the yearbook Reading from In tt t . , o om 0 top: Helen Smith, Kay Williamson, Johnny Ward, Mary Green, Elsie Hines, Mercer Harris, Priscilla Patterson, Ann Cox, Sheryl Crowe, Mary Stallings, Pat House, Doris McCombs Pat jones Bill Littl 1 1 e' ton, Mickey Register, and Barbara Fratskie. Page One Hundred Ninety-Nine 1-mln llarrly, .xml arshals 11. me-ff Q 'hr-4 Richard NIcEnally, Annvttc Lancastcr, joy Rice, jack Langley, joe Heath, and Marshall Ball are husy folding programs for the COIN1Nt'llL'ClNl,'l1t CXCl'L'lSCS. vbyfap, . fm? ..,,.,..f-r"' ' 1 4 .gh 57 jovcc Ellen Stainhack, jot- Hvath, Marshall Ball, and jailc Laugh-y vim-W stacks of programs the-y have hocn lolcling all aitvrnoon. Nlrs. XVhitley instructs jo Ellen jennette and Richard McEnally how to prepare the diplomas for the 1959 seniors. QQ- K - 1 I if X Rose Humphrey, I0 Ellen Jennette, joy Rice, Joyce Ellen Stainlmek, Annette Lancaster, jack Langley, joe Heath, Rielmrcl lXIeEnally, and Marshall Ball pose for il formal shot just before they begin their cluties us marshals. Io Ellen Iennette and jack Langley both look bewildered. .Jvc ei-3 -r, -L' 1,1 I Richard XIeEnz1lly and Xlurshall Bull perform their clnties us marshals the night of the commeneement excrtises Page Two Hundred One 4 Q 1 M ' QQ '1 Q, T W P Y I n AS S Y 'hw .V .- , - . 3 , wVv4M'M',-f... L'--" , f x g u L U V 'l v F? s E. i gs , 1 Richard Nic-Enally and Marshall Ball holtl the distinction of heing Merit Scholarship Finalists. They were se- loctecl on the hasis of their scores on the National Merit Scholarship Qualifying Test. Joyce Ellen Stainhack and Marshall Ball rep- resent New Bern High School well in com- nninity ancl state af- fairs. -Ioycv Ellen was e l e c t e cl Lieutenant Covernor of the 1959 a n n ll a l Tar Heel Girls' State, ancl Mar- shall scrves as Lieu- tenant Governor of Zone Four of the jun- ior Civitan Cluh. Page Two Hundred Two These were Bringing a distinctive honor to New Bern High School, Margaret Rhodes was selected as one of the top eleven English students in the state of North Carolina. Z 95 outstanding seniors, too p David Zacks proudly displays the medals he Won in the local Rose Humphrcy's outstanding citizenship in school and and district American Legion Oratorical Contest. David's C'0lNlUllI1itY life was acknowledged hy the local IJ..-XB. speaking ability won first place in the local contest and' chapter when she was chosen as the IJ.A.R. "Good Citizen." second in the district for him. Pi Q O1 X'-'J sa 3' Olivia Hammond, Nell Smith, Rose Humphrey, Brenda Hardy, Joyce Ellen Stainhack, Joe Heath, Gary Roser, and Marshall Ball were chosen by the faculty to represent New Bern High School at Girls' and Boys' State. Bill Shcrratt represented Swansboro High School at Boys' State. Page Two Hundred Three Mr. Lewis sponsored our golf team. Flanked by Donald Midyette and David XVoodrnH, Coacli Lewis demonstrates the correct method of putting. i'vi ,sr ..-. Q. , i 'X .,,M,f"""" 'eil fs, , J f-...,, ' M- ' bf,,, KWH, Q 4-,f V Our classes gave us varied types of information. Here NValtcr Dunn and johnny Caskins study merchandising. Page Two Hundred Four And so another year of Julia Laugliingliouse and Joyce Clancy entertain us at one of the Dramatic Club productions. Harry Mat-Donald gives awards to Ann Cox, Sarah Bradbury and Kirvcn Mills, liigli salesmen in the junior magazine sales 5 school life passes in review rw fs ...15 1 ,, G Q 35 .1-,sf-- , , 3 v M ff 2 Q 4 X 1 . m lil ' ,rc . . Q xx . X , Ten pretty senior girls represented us at Homecoming. Patsy O,Neal was elected as Queen and Emogene XVilliams, Lillian johnson, Libby Hodges, Suellen Polzin, Janetli Hill, Bunny Mellwean, Gail Taylor, Dot Burkhart, and Carolyn Dixon were in her court. xm- gif' Elini. -- , . Vernon Goodwin says, "YVhee, my And the Final act of the Seniors was to turn in their caps and gowns after graduation. feet took wings on that jump." Page Two Hundred Five Whatever season of the year it may be or for that matter whatever year it may be, there are business and profes- sional citizens in our community who endorse our school activities with their support. Their aid makes it possible for us to have football programs in the fall, two newspapers during each season, and a Bruin in the spring. Whenever the Bruin business manager secures a permit from the New Bern Chamber of Commerce to solicit support from the business-and professional citizens, we know we will soon reach our quota for . . . H ,M .. ...N V------3 -,..Y.-, ....,.- . -. ...........-. ....,.., w-- nn I , .--j , ,-....- .. .. - - -. L-su ,-... --v-gg, - V-j,4,,,,,.,,,.......-,.........- ...--,.-4... -w-I -,,-, ,.... ... , ,,..- ......-,-- H77 A-Y'5f', ,. Y I, 5 W, 4 Q- ' " - , 4-at - :fin 74 74, , . f +- f, , Y 'J - ,- L , E J . ,,.' ,, 4 1. A , E 'fr -- '- 5 :Qi ' "3-' Y' LW? ' 'Y V 'V Y "'iT"'J J 4 , 177 rv' ,-tsl ,,,,.x,,.,.,,.-.-..... r 'ah . .'F1.',.,.i 4 . " "' ' ' V,-.,--N-.f.-..-,X,m.. -..,..., - ......-..... .. - W- .1 xvv x X BER UF COMMERCE ,,v.,.,.3..,.,. ,.,.-fx-W my rv V 11, " sm-'4-.1-.w-,.v-1. - '- Egg: fl! In iii li liirll HHQJKIFK 11SilB Q l lwlkiiix il ii'!:m'?1I lii1?3KFgi'S6ilS2 Q ii1U.E5lY.ffbF, iiI 1lH K19UiiZl -i? 10i1 lfHI5lliilQ 1HQ!'ll-21 liiilm i 1iili i?i -I P48-1 ,A . x K A ' . 5 " - ' Ji., - . . J., . x . LLM, ,.:1' , 'XL ' . ' . ' '- ' ' . .-" f im 415 ' H. , , , 1. Q ff x N ' 5 ' ' Y - , 5 fly. faf. ' Of. ' fx? '.4-2',,- Q Ny!! .X-'-',",-9 ,. Ng! 1 . .. .,L,. 'I-A ' 1 ,x 3-of--f f' , aw xl"-fag. ... L 'X' ' -" "ff '- 'f- px 4 ,egg Q r, , V '-4 1.',4.V 1 . , 'H..Z1e"il. v . ' -, DVERTISIN Page Two Hundred Eight Coleman motors ,T-FORD.. NEW BERN, NORTH CAROLINA "Where Service Comes First" I f X4 I.. 5' ' JAMES CHANCE CONTRACTOR DRAINAGE WATER 8. SEWER INSTALLATION PILE DRIVING IlDrop or Streaml ROAD BUILDING FILL DIRT 8. TOPSOIL LAND CLEARING GRADING 8. PAVING FREE ESTIMATES N. C. License No. 2893 NEW BERN, NORTH CAROLINA DIAL ME 7-4294 Day or Night LOCAL AND LONG DISTANCE MOVING? Call AIRWAY MOVING 81 STORAGE INC. Agent for UNITED VAN LINES "Moving With Care Everywhere" FREE ESTIMATES PALLETIZED STORAGE United in One Big Family With Over 400 Dependable Moving Firms Featuring "PRE-PLANNED MOVING SERVICES" Dial ME 7-4772 Hwy. 70 West-New Bern, N. C. NEW BERN, NORTH CAROLINA CITY LUMBER COMPANY Builders of New Bern's Finest Homes 207 Queen St. Dial ME 7-2095 NEW BERN, NORTH CAROLINA RIVERSIDE IRON WORKS Inc. Machinist, Boiler Makers, and Blacksmiths Electric and Acetylene Welding Structural Steel III2-I4 N. Craven Street Dial ME 7-2185 NEW BERN, NORTH CAROLINA we r I X , ,ca I X X Congratulations and Good Luck BALLARD'S SERVICE STATION Specialists in Electronic Wheel Balancing and Alignment Motor Tune-up - Brake Service Generator and Starter Repairs Bridgeton, North Carolina CAROLINA OIL AND DISTRIBUTING COMPANY Pure Oil Products Dial 4I64 Windley Street New Bern, North Carolina HELPING T0 BUILD 0 a af' W 'W-A THROUGH: 0 Agricultural Development 0 Community Improvement 0 Industrial Expansion CAROLINA POWER 8 LIGHT COMPANY Pug Two H d ed Ten Compliments of LONGLEY'S SUPPLY CO. New Bern, North Carolina PINNIX DRUG STORE Everything in a First Class Drug Store "lf You Don't Tfade with Us We Both Lose Money" Phone ME 7-2746 Corner Hancock and Queen Streets New Bern, North Carolina C T, 'N ROLE CHEV ON BREY 10'-'NS AU eff Portrait, Commercial and Aerial Photography JOHN R. BAXTER NEW BERN NORTH CAROLINA WILLIAMS PHILLIPS "66" ' SERVICE STATION 24 Hour Service Starter, Generator, Brake Service Phone ME 7-5484 NEW BERN NORTH CAROLINA NEW BERN, NORTH CAROLINA POOLE'S SERVING Central 81 Eastern North Carolina with Ilulan q QUICESFRQEEN The Finest in Frozen and Canned Foods 3701 Neil St. Raleigh, N. C. Compliments of GAY DISTRIBUTING COMPANY NEW BERN, NORTH CAROLINA COMMERCIAL ENGRAVING COMPANY Manufacturers of LINE AND HALF-TONE ENGRAVING Owned and Operated by L. H. MORRISON AL HEARREN 2 U2 Miles on Morehead Highway NEW BERN, NORTH CAROLINA Compliments of MASONIC THEATRE Established 1812 Oldest Theatre Operating in America NEW BERN, NORTH CAROLINA 'Frosty man, frosty I Compliments ot Compliments ASKEW'S CLEANERS AND ot LAuNDERERs, INC. THE DUNN AGENCY Your Sanitone Cleaners COLD STORAGE 1109 Pollock Sr- Phone ME 7-4321 NEW BERN, NURTH CAROLINA NEW BERN, NORTH CAROLINA 3IO Craven Street AIR-CONDITIONED COACHES TO NEW YORK, N. Y. .. ,,ll. . l,.. ,.,, ..,.,, Philadelphia, Ra. . " ....... 4 . -- -'--' '-'- 1 "xx - P 1 M. 1 E25 'ig Low Fairs . Q' Rf f 't - ' - sf I ' .--, M, NNVEI ..... Alhl Q .l.. ,f,,j x ,.., ' ' .. r W may A , Washington, D. C. Charters to NK-N - Ms " WCW:-. jfmss--vmwwfe-f:.:r:.W': ------ Asheville, N. C. - 1- W wg s135tx.5,.p,gT:g5Ng.i:.1'::a4.-stewn:...,n,:gg' wmffws- 4- Polnts 4- fy' ,gr 'N I jq. CC,, . ,'.,. ::-123:15-E i fu 5 1113, :,. . ar S. C. .,,. -.. ' I ' H --'- -.-A- .,,,,.. . SEASHORE TRANSPORTATION CO., INC. Lelond Mason, Generol Agent COmp'lmemS of OCCIDENTAL LIFE MlTCHELL'S HARDWARE INSURANCE COMPANY V'TA'VAR P'-'NTS Specializing in Disability 315 South Front Street Retirement Income Life Insurance - NEW BERN, NORTH CAROLINA l6l4 Trent Blvd. Phone ME 7-2223 NEW BERN, NORTH CAROLINA Compliments of FRAN K C. SPROUL Certified Public Accountant NEW BERN' NORTH CAROLINA Page Two Hundred Thirteen MAOLA MILK AND ICE CREAM COMPANY ,NEW BERN, NORTH CAROLINA JOHNSON MOTOR CO. DeSOTO - PLYMOUTH Sales and Service 1219 Pollock Street NEW BERN, NORTH CAROLINA Compliments of REGISTER'S GLASS SHOP "Everything in Glass" New Bern, North Corolino BAXTER'S SPORTING GOODS MacGREGOR ATHLETIC EQUIPMENT Phone ME 7-3265 NEW BERN, NORTH CAROLINA TRENT MARINE SERVICE YACHT SALES AND SERVICE MERCURY OUTBOARD MOTORS Troian Boats-Stewart-Warner Instruments Phone ME 7-4537 NEW BERN, NORTH CAROLINA COMPLIMENTS OF WELLS - OATES LUMBER CO. WHOLESALE LUMBER Air-Dried - Kiln Dried Telephone ME 7-6101 NEW BERN, NORTH CAROLINA "ftp-I rr 'LII mc. E: ' " , 3-our-f f "Tasty Smacks in Cellophane Packs" For Peanut Food Products of Top Quality Call MARION GOODING Colonial Way - Phone ME 7-9747 Compliments of HARVEY BROTHERS Bridgeton, North Corolino Graduate to Greater Food Savings At Your Friendly 1 Compliments of MOORE'S SINCLAIR SERVICE 1701 Neuse Blvd. New Bern, N. C. COMPLETE AUTOMOTIVE SERVICE JOE MOORE Bus.-ME 7-7320 Res.-ME 7-3577 MCLELLAN STORES SELF SERVICE Shop McLellan's First and Save ANDERSON'S DRUG STORE "At Your Service" Phone ME 7-4201 901 Broad Street NEW BERN, NORTH CAROLINA Page Two Hundred Fifteen x V , '- my 1 - V1 , f1,A,-- 1- J -. .. ','4 .,3+V,,VV ' " T" "' ,""751Q2'V7pf-1',f'j ' Y 1 Va'f2VVfff?i5573 f5 5 'VvVz'f:fW W 5 Wf4V,LQV Vi m ? :W ' ,wwf 'W gg .E V Y V f V - f - ',VVff'F2ff' OQQEW' ' ' V -. A " , 1il?fP7'wT'V2if' - ' ' p V A - - W? m f' 1' Wie-!!ffHVQ3'f?5EV1a - G,.Jf,fV'b.akfi':fW4I"'ZW' . 1 V .V 'I 'T' " ' , V V V -, XV ' V , , TVRQVW Q W . A 1 ,.,Vv,,51,gpVfL ,b Ah I Q 'WT' "'5i5rf?ff--f'f"fH T NUSVW' ' VV VIEW Rfb Vf ' 1 -,AM V ., V V NVE, W Rv .N V , VV V gif A , ' M- - UNH? H? H ,V ' 'E,zLV:fVX32fMg,,Mww1!' 1-VJ E:V . ,Va V. ' f V JV , ' V: 'E VVVJ'-Vmmf, T VV Wx V . 1 ' ' Q' 7 . 1 . ' V .- V V VT -f Aw ,- 17-T4 H- f ' V ,N Z1 y ' if 'C - ' '19 3:95 'A135'5n3Z7fT7V'iV:wzY 2' T V V .1 T V- , 1 ,E a V-1 -ig, fr: .VVUV2 Vfbw2i31'l7E'7'fl,fI1SR'TV ' ' " fV,, V152 .17 'rfiflfl 1471? z " ' . , ' AVAV, ..wV,,V. Vu, 'f:Vfw-t'-mcwwy' T , V 1 Efal,gf2'gA,,,f,VfV5,5 V - 4 V , , V I , fi-Q sf Vw:-V 5- 1 - :V VV 1 V '- ,, J'V,w5v!v'2w5fV2ffVbff- " 'T VA NEW BERN, NORTH CAROLINA EVINRUDE MOTORS-COX TRAILERS COMPLETE BOAT, MOTOR s. TRAILER PARTS s. SERVICE New Bern, NOrTh Carolina REGGIES OUTBOARD Page Two Hundred Sixteen 519 TRYON PALACE DRIVE r I THE COMPLETE ONE STOP SPORTSMANS CENTER New Bern, NOrTh Carolina CONGRATULATIONS TO NEW BERN HIGH SCHOOL fII..,.J..f..f 6666 T490 ON YOUR RADIO Pulse Rated 9951 Sfafion in New Bern and Craven COurI'ry COMPLIMENTS OF SENIOR CLASS PARENTS MR. AND MRS. J. E. HARDY MR. AND MRS. M. J. CARRAWAY MR. AND MRS. L. L. TAYLOR MR. AND MRS. JACK BENNETT MR. AND MRS. M. J. FORSTADT MR. AND MRS. JOHN ZAYTOUN MR. AND MRS. GEORGE G. SMITH MR. AND MRS. MORLEY WILLIAMS MR. AND MRS. BEN GILLIKIN MR. AND MRS. ROBERT MOORE MR. AND MRS. CHARLES H. MARKEY MR. AND MRS. DAVID L. LEWIS MR. AND MRS. ALLEN HUMPHREY MR. AND MRS. HOWARD LANCASTER MR. AND MRS. M. W. GREEN MR. AND MRS. J. R. JENNETTE, JR. MR. AND MRS. I. K. ZACKS MR. AND MRS. C. W. MCENALLY MR. AND MRS. J. P. JOHNSON MR. AND MRS. TULL W. REGISTER OUR PROFESSIONAL FRIENDS H. W. CIVILS A. F. HAMMOND, JR. N. M. BAXTER J. P. KING DALE T. MILLNS JAMES L. MENIUS ALAN DAVIDSON J. M. GRADY GEORGE BULLOCK J. M. SIMMONS PATTERSON L. O. ERDNIAN J. J. BAREFOOT J. vv. DAVIS, JR. O I-I. ASHFORD RAY L. MILLER E. O RICHARDSON J. J. PATTERSON Page Two Hundred Seventeen Compliments of HILLIS GENERAL WHOLESALE f G d clothes BUILDING AND SUPPLY NIgIvoIEIernTrNoIITI1 Corolino New Bern, North Corolino T, P. ASHFORD THE BANK OF NEW BERN Co., "Your Home Owned Bank" Diol ME 7-4207 Serving New Bern Since 'I917 NEW BERN, NORTH CAROLINA Member Federal D p Sit 0 Aim uwurmu Friends, Insurance Corporatio ur - - JACK 'N JILL'S C0'T'p':"e"t DAIRY LAND o "Freezer Fresh" ARMSTRONG GROCERY ICE CREAM KINSTON HIGHWAY FIRST CITIZENS BANK 84 TRUST CO. Established I898 NEW BERN, NORTH CAROLINA P ddEl THE SHERWIN-WILLIAMS COMPANY 227 Middle Street Phone ME 7-5110 NEW BERN, NORTH CAROLINA SUPER KEM-TONE - KEM-GLO S W P HOUSE PAINT Artist's Supplies-Wall Paper' '--. MORR S BROS., Inc. Scott Insurance Agency GENERAL INSURANCE 1232 Brood St. Phone ME 7-3094 STALLINGS BROTHERS, INC. PLUMBING AND HEATING CONTRACTORS NEW BERN, NORTH CAROLINA NEW BERN, NORTH CAROLINA Compliments Of RENROH RESINS DIAL ME 7-3177 DARNELL'S SERVICE C0mP'imenfS JOHN R. TAYLOR GULF GAS, On. AND ACCESSORIES and Broad and Hancock Streets R. JR. NEW BERN, NORTH CAROLINA "I"""ed I"""'e" Page Two Hundred Ninetec W. C. CHADWICK General Insurance Agency Fire, Casualty, Automobile Office Phone ME 7-3146 Residence Phone ME 7-3432 214 Clork Building NEW BERN, NORTH CAROLINA FLEET CAP'N TRAILERS Manufactured by JAMES PAUL Box 429 Phone ME 7-4736 New Bern, North Corolino NEW BERN BUILDING SUPPLY CO. Building Supplies, Concrete Blocks Ready-Mixed Concrete Lumber, Sand, etc. Phone ME 7-3143-ME 7-3144 NEW BERN, NORTH CAROLINA SWAN-RAWLS MOTOR COMPANY, Inc. PONTIAC-INTERNATIONAL Sales 8: Service H. G. SWAN W. F. RAWLS President Secretory-Treasurer 418 Pollock Street Phone ME 7-2275 or ME 7-4721 NEW BERN, NORTH CAROLINA Page Two Hundred Twenty Compliments of CLEMENT AND JOHNSON NEW BERN, NORTH CAROLINA as-Y -'A NEW BERN PROVISION COMPANY New Bern, North Carolina BECK'S MOBILE HOME SALES TRAVELO-TROY NEW AND USED TRAILERS Old Hwy. 70 E.- Phone ME 7-9170 We Sell Used Auto Parts We Buy Late Model Wrecked or Burned Autos for Salvage. Brass, Copper, Scrap Iron, Steel Batteries Radiators "When You Think of Used Auto Parts, Think of Us" SAULTER'S AUTO SALVAGE New Hwy. 70 E.- Phone ME 7-7237 NEW BERN, NORTH CAROLINA Locoted 1 172 Miles on Moreheod City Hwy. New Bern Diol ME 7-3910 JOHNSON MACHINE CO. Auto Parts Engine Rebuilding 219 Craven ST. Phone ME 7-6113 NEW 'BERN, NORTH CAROLINA Compliments of COASTAL UPHOLSTERING COMPANY NEW BERN, NORTH CAROLINA Ahead I 6 You 'QE ,Q .. QSGP7 Compliments of BRANCH BANKING 81 TRUST COMPANY New Bern, North Corolino "The Safe Executor" MEMBER OF FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORPORATION Page Two Hundred Twenty-One 1 HENDERSON CIGAR 8. CANDY CO., INC. WHOLESALE SPECIALTIES 301-303 South Front St. Sheet Metal Works R. E. BENGEL 1311 N. Craven St. Phone ME 7-3404 We Specialize in Gutters Blow Pipes Vents phone ME 7-3340 All Types of Sheet Metal Work New BERN, NORTH CAROUNA A" c"""""""'9 "'e"""9 K. R. JONES, Il Complimenfs of WHOLESALE-RETAIL THE BATE LUMBER Gas-Oils-Tires-Paints COMPANY NEW BERN, NORTH CAROLINA WILLIS 8. BALLARD FUNERAL HOME 226-228 Broad Street Dial ME 7-3210 Featuring New Bern's Only Air Conditioned Straight Ambulance Service 24 Hours a Day NEW BERN, NORTH CAROLINA TAYLOR MOTOR CO. Used Cars and Insurance 420 S. Fra-rm? Street Phone ME 7-6333 NEW BERN, NORTH CAROLINA Compliments of C. H. STITH, INC. Complete Insurance Service 248 Craven St. Phone ME 7-2963 NEW BERN, NORTH CAROLINA IDEAL SHOE SHOP Joe F. HATEM 903 Broad Street Phone ME 7-5011 NEW BERN, NORTH CAROLINA ,.. KHSEBWT, tif' T. X ll HOWARD'S MEN'S CLOTHIERS - HATTERS AND HABERDASHERS Since 1908 X f SEARS' ROEBUCK 8. CQ. New BERN, NORTH cARoLiNA I Whit Mutual, "first in New Bern since I9-42," takes pride in our I7 years of association with the students and faculty of New Bern High School. Starting with our first year of pioneering radio in this area we have consistently had one or more of you kids on our staff, many having gone on to distinguish themselves in the broad- casting industry. Thanks to you guys and gals we continue to be New Bern's in the know, on the go radio station. RAY. D. WILLIAMS SCOT NEW Compliments of T TILE COMPANY DIAL ME 7-3923 I3OI Pembroke Road BERN, NORTH CAROLINA 2 " r i a io l f l l Q Q ' Cl blltllg M fgriinia -. -nm .VL ww ""'? t f -MlllllllQallllllllllllllwllllWnlwlllwllllllll D '. il! the vrrfnficf :af"1Ae "mal II graduating T I I qglllli j uu f IRIIA ltllllllllilllllmlllllliwllllllllllillllllii New Bern Coca-Cola Bottling Works, Inc, New Bern, North Carolina Page Two Hundred Twenty-Tl lPOCK'S RED and WHITE SUPER MARKET R. W. IPOCK, Prop. Fancy Groceries--Western Meats Fresh Fruits and Vegetables 904 George Street NEW BERN, NORTH CAROLINA Compliments of WILLIAMS CAFE 30 Years of Service Corner of Middle and Broad Streets NEW BERN, NORTH CAROLINA Compliments of S. H. KRESS NEW BERN, NORTH CAROLINA The Latest ln School Supplies Compliments of FULLER MUSIC HOUSE NEW BERN, NORTH CAROLINA BRADDY'S LAUNDRY and DRY CLEANING Phone ME 7-2159 323 S. Front St. NEW BERN, NORTH CAROLINA RIVERSIDE HARDWARE cmcl BUILDING SUPPLY 1617 National Ave. ME 7-6308 Benjamin Moore Paint C. W. BENFIELD, Owner Fishing and Hunting Equipment BOGER-BALL DRUG STORE DRUGS - SUNDRIES - CANDY SODA FOUNTAIN 1515 National Avenue Phone ME 7-4654 NEW BERN, NORTH CAROLINA Compliments of BOYD BROTHERS Dealers in Fruit and Produce Dial ME 7-4197 or ME 7-4198 520 S. Front St. NEW BERN, NORTH CAROLINA fl-'.w'w'w.,, , v-on W 'rr'-wr - , . 'L A---si.. UARGLTNA 6 ' M I no - Compliments of WILLIFORD PLUMBING AND HEATING NEW BERN, NORTH CAROLINA Ives oiL coMPANY Firestone Shell Gasoline Phone ME 7-2197 NEW BERN, NORTH CAROLINA GRAY UPHOLSTERY CO. Thomas Gray-Owner Repairs -- Re-upholstering Refinishing Custom Built Furniture Hwy. I7 South Phone ME 7-7266 NEW BERN, NORTH CAROLINA THEODORE BAXTER JEWELER 3l5 Middle St. New Bern, North Corolino HERB'S "66" SERVICE Tires-Batteries Accessories-Road Service COMPLETE CAR SERVICE Phone 7-9863 NEW BERN, NORTH CAROLINA TRYON MOVING 8. STORAGE Whenever particular people move, they call the man from T R Y O N ME 7-5003 New Bern, N. C. E9 REST I LARRY'S SHOE STORE SHOES FOR THE FAMILY Trim Tred-Poll Parrot-Rand NEW BERN, NORTH CAROLINA THE S. B. PARKER Compliments of TIDEWATER NATURAL MNC, ,,EA,,,,G GAS COMPANY AND AIR CONDITIONING 421 Broad Street ROOFING SHEET METAL NEW BERN, NORTH CAROLINA Phone ME 7-3397 NEW BERN, NORTH CAROLINA MIDWAY RESTAURANT HOT DINNERS sEAFoon AND sTEAKs NEW BERN, NORTH CAROLINA Compliments of CLARK'S DRUGS Walgreen Agency NEW BERN, NORTH CAROLIN-A Compliments GUSSMAN CLEANERS TRENT OLDSMOBILE-CADILLAC "IT'S GOOD" 23 Croven Street Phone 'ME 7-2700 oldsmoavghgzzidmac Sales Service NEW BERN, NORTH CAROLINA Page Two Hundred Twenty-Six 414-416 South Front Street NEW BERN, NORTH CAROLINA BAXTER'S JEWELRY STORE, INC. At the Big Street Clock INVESTIGATE OUR TEEN AGER CREDIT PLAN Established T892 NEW BERN, NORTH CAROLINA FASHION CLEANERS NEW BERN, NORTH cARouNA PEPSI COLA "BE SOCIABLE HAVE A PEPSI" NEW BERN - -The original home ot PEPSI COLA CLASS KEYS FREE THE JEWEL BOX "Your Friendly Credit JeweIers" 224 Middle Street- Phone ME 7-2480 NEW BERN, NORTH CAROLINA WASH BURN STORAGE CO. PACKING CRATING PALLETIZED STORAGE LOCAL AND LONG DISTANCE FREE ESTIMATES Dial ME 7-5963 Kinston Hwy. 70 W. New Bern, N. C. DIXIE CHEMICAL CORPORATION I Manufacturers of FARM TESTED DIXIE FERTILIZERS PLANT AND SALES OFFICE Phone ME 7-7193 or ME 7-7194 NEW BERN, NORTH CAROLINA Page Two Hundred Twenty-Seven THE BOOTERY We Shoe The Family Since 1939 E' B1 NEW BERN JACKSONVILLE METROPOLITAN CLUB New Bern's Finest Sporting Place Where Good Friends Meet 3I7 Pollock St. New Bern, North Corolinof Compliments of MAUS-JONES PIANO CO., INC. 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SUN-JOURNAL PAUL'S GARAGE DIXON BROTHERS NURSERY FASHION CENTER COPLON-SMITH COMPANY OWEN G. DUNN CO. ACE REFRIGERATION AND EQUIPMENT CO. TURNER-TOLSON FURNITURE CO. OETTINGER BROTHERS, INC. HAMMOND ELECTRIC SERVICE OF NEW BERN, INC. MONTGOMERY WARD STANLEY JENVELERS C. D. PIGOTT 61 SONS F. 81 L. USED CARS STANTON7S PHARMACY SECURITY LOAN CORPORATION "CHICKS NATELLA NEUSE FOREST UPHOLSTERING CO. NEUSE FOREST RADIO 81 T. V. REPAIR FIVE POINTS MILLING CO. NELSON SEAFOOD 61 RESTAURANT CURTIS MOTEL NEW BERN SAVINGS 81 LOAN ASOSCIATION TRENT GROCERY 61 MARKET WILLIS FURNITURE CO. GHENT SANDVVICH SHOP Page Two Hundred Thirty-Two INDEX A Capella Choir .. Administration . Advertisements .. Assembly ...... Awards Day Baseball ..... Basketball . . . J-V Varsity Bear Cub Staff ..... Board of Education . Bruin Staff ....... Buildings .. .. Bus Drivers Cafeteria ...... Cheerleaders ..... Citizenship Conference Clubs ........... College Day .......... .... Concert Band ................ Course of Study and Faculty ..... Dances ..................... Dedication of Bruin . . . .. Drill Team ...... Football .. JV- Varsity Freshmen . . . Clue Clubs .. .. Guidance ........ . Homecoming Parade .. Homecoming Queen Introduction ..... junior Class . Junior-Senior ..... Library ............. Maintenance Staff .... Majorettes ......... Marching Band . . . Marshals ...... Oflice Assistants .. Outstanding Seniors Presentation . . . Senior Class ..... Sophomore Class . Student Council .... Superlatives ..... Track .... . . Mfrestling . . . 126-127 8-12 206-231 61 164 162 132 144 9 195 11 13 14 130 90 65 88 128 20 92 4 142 -165 -163 -138 -145 -199 -15 -131 -91 -87 -89 -129 -47 -93 -5 -143 94-103 50-59 122-125 17 106-107 108-109 6-7 148-157 166-167 16 18 104- 105 104-105 200-201 12 202-203 1 170-191 112- 62- 192- 160- 139- 121 64 194 161 141 I 4: x X K , C' w 1 1 12 1 , , YS- '. r- ,,"f' , ,v, . If - . x , X I 1 wwf Yu 'rn A ' i I ,,. 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