New Hanover High School - Hanoverian Yearbook (Wilmington, NC)

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MISS RUTH BLACKMAN .... LT. COLONEL WESTON BLANCHARD MRS. JOSIE BROQ ..... MISS YETTA BROCK , ..... MR. LEON BROGDEN . MISS EVELYN BROWN . MR. THOMAS P. BROWN . MR. FRED H. CAPPS MR. -IOHN B. CHASE, JR .... MISS LAURA MOZELLE CHERRY . MISS HARRIETTE COCHRAN . . MISS ELIZA COLLINS . . . MISS MARTHA CROMARTIE . MRS. ZYLPHIA DANIELS . MR. JASPER DAVIS . . MR. TOM DAVIS .... SERGEANT CARY DURDEN . . CAPTAIN JOHN FITZPATRICK . MISS FRANCES FORMX'-DUVAI. CORPORAL JAMES L. GREEN . . MISS BETTY HALLIGAN .... MR. HERBERT NORPLEET HARDY' MRS. MEARES HARRISS .... MR. N. M. HENRY ..... MRS. MARY HOOD . . MISS ELEANOR JENKINS . MISS MILDRED JOHNSON . MISS DOROTHEA JONES . . . MRS. RENA L. JOYNER .... LIEUTENANT EUGENE J. LACOCK . MRS. ELSIE LANE ..... MISS MARY LATHROP . . . MRS. GEORGE LEGRAND . MISS PAULINE LEVIN . MRS. RUTH K. LODOR . MISS EMMA LOSSEN . . MR. M. E. MCDONALD . MR. M. J. MCISEOD . MISS TEXYS MORRIS . MR. CLYDE MOZINGO . MRS. C. B. NEWCOMB . . MISS SHIRLEY NEWLAND . MRS. ERIC NORDEN . . . MRS. MARGARET PAULLSON . MISS REBA RUSS ..... MISS MAIE SANDERS . . MR. PAUL SCHMIDT . . MRS. BERTHA SCOTT . MISS ELOISE SCOTT . . MR. F. C. SEIGLER . . MISS DOROTHY SHEARIN . MRS. EUNICE SHIELDS . MRS. BURROWS SMITH . MISS PEGGY SNOW . . MISS JULIA SPENCER . MISS MARTHA STACK . MRS. ELIZA SYMMES . MISS LENA TAYLOR . . MRS. JEAN TILLETT . . MRS. LOUISE TURNER . MISS VIRGINIA WALSH . MISS VIRGINIA WARD . . . MISS MARY C. WARREN . . . MRS. RUTH WARREN . . . . Wake Forest, B. A., Columbia University, M.A. . Davidson College, A.B., Duke University, M.A. . . . . . . . . . Duke University, B.A. . . . . . . . . Duke University, B.A. . . . . . . . . . . . . E. C. T. C., B.A. . . . . . . . . . . W. C. U. N. C., B.S., H.E. . . Winthrop College, B.A., W. C. U. N. C., B.S.S.A. . . . . University of North Carolina, A.B., M.A. . . . . . . . . . Chowan College, A.B. . . Winthrop College, B.S. Commercial . . . . . . . . . . . . . . W. C. U. N. C., B.A., M.A. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Norwich University, B.S. . Columbia University, Chowan College, Summer Schools, U. of N. C. . . . . . . . . . . . W. C. U. N. C., Duke University, B.A. . . . . . . . Wake Forest College, B.S., in Science, B.S., in Med. . . . . W. C. U. N. C., B.S. in Home Economics . . . . . University of North Carolina, B.A. . . . . . . Ohio Wesleyan University, B.A., M.A. . . . . . . . . . . University of North Carolina, A.B. . . . . . . . . Western Carolina Teachers, College, B.S. . Agnes Scott AsSembly's Training School, A.B., Master of R.E. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . W. C. U. N. C., A.B. . . . . Brenau College, B.A., University of Georgia, M.A. . . . . . . . . . . . Registered Nurse . . . Duke University . . . Duke University . . . United States Army . . Kansas University, B.S. . Greensboro College, B.A. . . . . . United States Army . . . . . . . . . . . W. C. U. N. C., B.S. . . . . . . . . Mars Hill College, E. C. T. C., A.B. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Brenau College, A.B. . . . . . U. of N. C., A.B. Education, Southeastern University, L.L.B. . . . . . . . . . . . Bowling Green College of Commerce, A.B. W. C. U. N. C., A.B., Summer School Duke University, University of Maine . . . . . . . . . . Atlantic Christian College, B.A., E. C. T. C. . . . . . . . . . W. C. U. N. C., A.B. . . . W. C. U. N. C., Business Education . U. S. Army, Retired, Army School Band . . . . . . . . . . Memphis State University, B.S. . . . . . . . . . . . . . Greensboro College, B.A. . Mississippi State College for Women, B.A., U. of N. C., M.A. . . . . . . . . . . . . . Winthrop College, B.A. . . . .......... Cafeteria . . . . . . . . . W. C. U. N. C., B.A. . . . . . . . . . . . . Wake Forest, B.S. . . . . Stout Institute, Menomonie, Wisconsin, B.S. . Shorter College, B.A., Columbia University, M.A. . . . . . . . . . . . . Wake Forest, B.S. . . . . . . . . . . . Meredith College, B.A. . . . . . . . . . . . . W. C. U. N. C., B.S. . Salem College, B.M., Chicago Musical Colle e, M.M. . . . . . . . . . Winthrop College, ES., H.E. . . . . . . . . . . . . Salem College, B.S. . . . W. C. U. N. C., A.B. . . . Meredith, A.B. . . ...... E. C. T. C., A.B. . . . . . . . . . Bob Jones College, A.B. . . . . . . . . . . . E. C. T. C., A.B. . Louisburg College, E. C. T. C., S. T. C. fVa.J . . . . . . . . . . W. C. U. N. C., A.B. . . . . . Mary Washington College, B.S. . . . . . . . . . E. C. T. C., A.B. . . . . . . . . . . W. C. U. N. C., A.B. . . . . . . . . . Radcliffe College, B.A. . Coker College, Hartsville, South Carolina, B.S. . . . . . . . . . W. C. U. N. C., B.A. . . . . . . . . Meredith College, A.B. . . . W. C. U. N. C., B.A. . . . . ..... . . W. C. U. N. C., B.A.H.E. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Salem College, A.B. . . W. C. U. N. C. A.B. MISS MAUDE WEBER . . 1. Northc-ast.MiSsouri' Stl T.. College, BlS.E., Bap. Trng. School, Louisville, Ky., M,.R.E. MISS ELSIE RUTH WEST . . . MR. GEORGE WEST . . MRS. GEORGE WEST . . MR. WALLACE WEST . . . MISS MARGARET WILLIAMS . MRS. EDYTHE WINNINGHAM . MISS MARY HENRI WOLFE . MISS MARY CLAYTON WYCHE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . E. C. T. C., A.B. . . . . . . Ohio University, B.S., Ohio State University, M.A. . . . . . . . . . . . Boston University, Ohio State University . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Wake Forest, B.S. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . W. C. U. N. C., A.B. . U. of N. D., A.B., U. of N. C., M.A., Sorbonne University, Paris, France . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Greensboro College, A.B. . . . . Meredith College, A.B., University of North Carolina, M.A. .- 2 Q ,AP, ' 5 E a Q: F-L N. Q Q S V5 i Hanover High it-Mqif R 1-,,'x ff-- ff figs' HA OVER HIGHLIGHTS HAT makes a clock tick? It's not the hands, the face or the numerals, but the mechanism behind all of this. VVhat makes a school function? It's not the building, the desks, or the social activities alone. There has to be someone behind it all to guide and direct it, and that someone in our high school is our principal, Mr. Thomas Tristram Hamilton, jr. Because our school is the largest in the State, we have to have someone that is well versed in handling disciplinary problems as well as problems of scholastic importance. Our school offers each student a broad program of development in scholastic, vocational, cultural, and social fields. In our various departments we have a wide range of subjects. For instance, in our science department we are offered: General science, biology, advanced biology, physics, chemistry, home economics, and home living. The science department sponsors several clubs. This year we have a new club in the field of home economics. It is the Future Homemakers of America. Any student taking home living is eligible for membership. The Taxidermy Club has as its purpose that of developing an interest in the mounting of animals. The Flora-Fauna Club has as its purpose the promoting of the study of biology. The Klick Club is the last connected with science. This club was organized to stimulate more interest in photography and to learn more about its basic fundamentals. In math we offer business arithmetic, algebra one and two, plane geometry, solid geometry, trigonometry, and college math. The latter are more for those students who plan to enter college and will find these courses useful. Our social science department is one of which we are justly proud. VVorld history is elective, but U. S. history and government are required. We believe these courses give our students an excellent background for understanding national and international problems. We all know that English is required in all high schools, but we are fortunate in that we are offered more than the required courses. In our first three years in high school, we take the required courses, but in our last year we are offered a choice. The courses offered are: journalism, general English, business English and speech arts. The journalism classes publish the school paper, the Wildcat, and learn much about style in writing, make-up, and facts about the newspaper world. Speech arts is a new subject this year. It is a combination of speech and dramaties. The class presented two plays this year. In connection with the English department, we have the Oil-Ienry Literary Society which was created to enliven the interest of the students in contemporary and classic literature. The Thespians, or dramatic club, is not only for the purpose of amateur acting, but also to study make-up, staging and directing. The last English club is the Scribblers' Club, whose purpose is to encourage creative writing. Each year this club publishes a magazine, the Scribbler. We are fortunate in that we are offered three languages: French, Latin, and Spanish. A student must take two years of a language to get any credit. The language department sponsors several Latin clubs and a Spanish Club. ' Our commercial department offers courses in typing, short hand, bookkeeping, filing, and office IMI Tap! Tap! Tflpff machines. In addition, we have vocational classes in diversified occupation. Besides these, a very important feature of our vocational work is that we have shops for wood work and metal work. New Hanover High School has much to offer in the field of culture, In the music department we have the Glee Club made up of chosen members of the student body who have passed the necessary requirements. Each year the Glee Club presents an operetta, and during the year they make many public performances. The choir classes present a Christmas Cantata annually. In the band we have three classes: The "A" or R.O.T.C. Band, the f'Bl' Band, and the MCU Band. These divisions make it possible for many students to learn band instruments. We are very proud of our orchestra because of its youth. The orchestra has only been formed four years. They have the strings, woodwinds, and drums. Programs are given in assembly, and the orchestra also plays for other school activities, such as, Class Night. On honor day certain members of the orchestra are given miniature pins of the instruments that they play. Last year a Music Appreciation Club was formed to encourage study in classic music. Miss Emma Lossen is head of the art department. Four years of art are offered to all interested students, and the Arts and Crafts Club offers them a splendid opportunity to further their study. During the year, the art classes make all the posters advertising plays, dances, contests, and other outside activities. On honor day the Baxley Art Award is presented to the student who has shown the most originality and excellence of technique in this field. Books are essential for learning, and the entire front of the third floor is devoted to the library and its excellent selection of books. The library workers are mostly students. A half unit credit is given and all workers mustjoin the Library Science Club. This club meets once a week. We are very fortunate in that we are one of the few schools that has a course in Bible. This course is entirely separate from other courses because the interested citizens of W'ilmington support it. Two years of Bible is offered, and there is a club which meets bi-monthly. Each year the club has a formal banquet and during the year, sponsors many worthy projects. Any member of the student body is eligible for membership. On honor day the club presents a gift to one of the most beloved members of the faculty. This year the R.O.T.C. celebrates its ninth birthday. There is only one other school in thc State that has R.O.T.C. The purposes of the R.O.T.C. are to build character, improve health. and to develop hidden qualities of leadership. The government furnishes all equipment except some small items. One-half unit credit goes to those boys taking it. Freshmen are not allowed to take R.O.T.C., and all the ofhcers must come from the senior class. There are four companies, each is headed by a company captain or commander. Each company has two platoons headed by a lieutenant. The four companies are headed by the staffhwhich is made up of a lieutenant colonel, a major, the second lieutenant in charge of equipment, and the color guard and bearers. Each company has a girl sponsor who is elected by the members of that company. The staff elects a batallion sponsor. It is quite an honor to belong to the Rifle Club. Only those who are outstanding in marksmanship may belong. Its purpose is to compete in the Corps Area Rifle Contest which is held each year. The Sergeants' Club and the Officers, Club are two other clubs pertaining to the R.O.T.C. Every year the R.O.T.C. sponsors one or more balls. This year the Officers' Club was in charge of the first one. The entire R.O.T.C. has four adult advisers or teachersg a colonel, a captain, a sergeant, and a corporal. One of the main events of the year is Federal Inspection. At this time Army Ofhcers from Washington JIISI come down to inspect and test the corp and grade them. The R.O.T.C. presents many awards on honor day. - The largest school organization is the student government. Our school has a right to be proud of its student government because that organization makes and carries out all laws besides producing programs beneficial to the students. The government has as its heads the president and vice-president of the student body. The government is divided into three parts: The executive branch, the legis- lative branch, and the judicial branch. The president presides at the meetings of the executive council which is made up of the president, vice-president, clerk, chief marshal, director of social activities, director of finance, director of elections, director of club activities, and an adult adviser. The function of this group is to carry out the regulations made and the activities planned by the student legislature. The student legislature is presided over by the vice-president and is made up of the three officers of each of the four classes, a representative from every homeroom in school and three adult advisers. The function of the student legislature is to pass regulations for the good of the student body at large. Lastly the judicial branch is made up of the chief marshal, the five judges, the adult adviser and a number of judicial marshals. The student government sponsors many worthy projects such as the Thanksgiving offering, noted speakers in assembly programs, and many other activities. Delegates from the legislature attend the State Student Council Congress every year. This year the newly elected president was from our own school. We feel that our students need to get more exercise so physical education is taught to both l'0ys and girls. They have gym three times a week and health twice. The girls learn to dance, play softball, basketball, volley ball, and many other sports. The boys play similar sports with the addition of football and track. VVe have two gyms: one for the boys and one for the girls. The boys, gym is in the main building and the girls' in the Isaac Bear Annex. Our football and basketball teams are noted throughout the State for their excellence. Thousands of people attend our games, and we have good support from the adults of the city. We also have baseball, tennis, and track in the field of athletics. We have three full-time coaches: Leon Brogden, Iap Davis, and Tom Davis. Mr. Wallace West is the coach for thejunior varsity teams. The Tennis Club is in its twelfth year of existence this year, and was organized to promote this sport in the school. Each year a tennis team is chosen, and this team goes to out-of-town meets. Another athletic club is the Monogram Club. Membership in this club is quite an honor as only those boys who have earned a varsity letter are eligible. Connected with these clubs are the cheerleaders, who cheer our lads to victory or defeat. We have eight girls and four boys this year. On honor day all those cheer- leaders who are seniors receive miniature gold megaphones. To those who work hard some honor and credit must be shown. The highest honor a student may receive during his high school career is to be elected into the National Honor Society. The members are elected into the club in the fall and in the spring and consists of onlyjuniors and seniors. The four cardinal purposes of the society are: Scholarship, leadership, character, and service. These Szlf1ffN'0,f1f1'f Bu! mfr! i 16 l Our band at Duke Stadium students are recognized at tapping ceremonies held in assembly. A member of this organization must stand in the upper third of his class. To be elected into the Hi-Y and Tri-Hi-Y is another honor to be desired by a student. There is a limited membership and all members have to be elected. Each year the Hi-Y presents a minstrel for which it is famous. If you arenit afraid to stand before hundreds of people, then youlll be interested in the oratorical declamation contest, sponsored by the Lions, Club, which is an annual event looked forward to by many. The contest is divided into four groups: The freshmen and sophomore boys, and junior and senior girls. The speeches are also divided into humorous and serious. Awards are given to the four winners. Those who enter must have won out in the preliminaries, semi-finals, and finals. Another distinguished and useful department is the nursery school. During the war, the nursery school was supported by the government, but now it is supported by the State. Children from two to five are allowed to come. Games, working with the hands, and proper manners are taught. The chil- dren are fed two and sometimes three meals per day. They also take naps in the morning and after- noon. The children are also taught to play together in harmony. A great deal of equipment including see-saws, swings, a sliding board, and many other large recreational utensils has been acquired. In the spring, we have another long looked-for event. This is honor day. This is a day set aside on which the students receive recognition for perfect attendance, scholarship and honors bestowed upon them by school and civic organizations. Letters are presented to those boys and girls who have earned them in football, basketball, tennis, baseball, and rifling. The Foy Roe Trophy is presented to the most valuable football player, and the Johnny Schmidt Trophy and Placque to the most valuable baseball player. A new trophy, presented last year for the first time, is the Trask Trophy given to the football player with the highest scholastic record. The girl, elected by the sophomore class as being nearest like Martha Halligan, is presented the Martha Halligan Cup, which was first presented in 1943. The Helen Bridgers Cup is given by the girls' Hi-Y to the senior girl who most nearly lives up to the ideals exemplified by her life. The Joe Schrader Memorial Cup is presented to the most outstanding senior boy by the boys' Hi-Y. The Civitan Cup is given to the most outstanding senior. The Chemistry and Physics Awards are given to the students who are the most outstanding in these fields. 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Bible Club 2, 33 Latin Club 1, 23 Thespians 4 CHARLES SLATON ALEXANDER Hr like.: lo wnrl., hr liltrx to Iran, Hu! hui qf all he likfx la plmtfz. La Grange High School, La Grange, Georgia, Hi-Y CVice-President 41, Co-ordinating Committee 4 BETTY CLAIRE ALLARD Quirl nn Ihr mgfzzff. Hui lanky dfreilff -f lx'rlI1".r rmlly-full qf rllixrlllirf, Su wr bflzrw. Girl Reserves 21 Bible Club 4 SENIGLRS ' l. 'bij-I 1 I, A HELEN ANDERSON Hzlen if likrd bv us all, Swffl, blonde, and nh, .ra .rnzallf Bible Club 3, 4g Latin Club 1, 2 MIRIAM ANDERSON Ifnrrgy plus, and such a full, .Yum up Aliriarn, our allrlrlir gal. Latin Club 2, 3, 4, Home Economics' Club 3, 43 'Thespians 2, 35 Hi-Y Club 43 Red Cross Representative 2, 4, Student Legislature 4, Basketball Team 1, 2, 3, 4 fCaptain ll .IUNE ANDREWS 'fhir :wal lllululf lax: lm: so murlz fzrulrf, Shir clzaxnl around IU' all Ihr blgyr. Gordon junior High School, Washington, D. C., lg O'Henry Literary Society 4: Latin Club fVice-President 25 President 353 Sponsor of Company C 45 Wilrlral Staff 4 CRep0rterD MURIEL BALDWIN .llurfrl ix ax quiz! ax an ncrrul mlm, 'In lnnzd or for slzfll dn nn harm. MELLIE HILL BARLOW "A--tnrnir l'a--wrrf f" Lawilub 1, 2: French Club 3, 4, Thespians 1, 2, 3, 4g Scrib- blq. Cwlb 1, 2g Student Legislature 43 Wildcat Staff 3, 41 it , " L ten-yezyrfperfect attendance record I 4 I ,lfl1SE14H DAWSON BARNES ' V ' , play: joke: ,fix And nm: hi: lzachnx mganl, I . V ,t .Waker upfonlish anrwnx 4 r Till lhzir nerve: afrjaggfd. isual Education lg Klick Club 2, R.O.'I'.C. 2, 3, 41 Student Marjnxal 3, Homeroom Chairman 3 22lli , fx: fl, SENI MARJORIE BATSON Warm and jfirndl r, Sweet as pix, IV! wish her luck AJ theivears gn Bible Club 1, 2, Scribblcrs' Club 2, 3, 4, Physical Education Club lg l1'1'l1lral Circulation Staff 3, 4g Wilrlml Staff Exchange Editor 4: War Bond Committee 2 WILLIAM KENNETH BAUCOM "I-found a wqr to cure lodqr Thatfnnlixh mmm' qf hurrvg I :imply slapped llze clock, and llien, l didn't have la worry." Concord High School, Band, Monroe High School, Band, Foot- ball, Homeroom Chairman 1, 2, Football 2, 4: Orchestra 2, 4 EDITH GLADUL BAYSDEN Slif: quiz! and gnu hrr writ, .flwarf Ilia! warp' dvr: rm! pqlx ALBERT CREASY BEALL HF: xmarl, quick, and flfzlfr, lun: Hel: small, chrerful. frimdlr, lrur. R.O.T.C. 2, 3, 4 CDistinguished Cadet 355 Major Executive Officer 4, Hi-Y 3, 4 fTrc-asurer 31: Forum Club 3. 4, Officers' Club 3, 4, Student Marshal 3: Legislature 43 l'l"1'lrlcaI News Editor 4 .IAMES VANCE BEBBER A quirk Jmilr, afrfendlj' wqr, immy ix hu ' mmf' what Inav, . . P J: , Taylorsville High School 1, 2, Football 2 AUSTON EARL BENDER Hr likf: lo Imxf, and plrrr. and zunrlf, Dlfhull llzingx hr will fm! Jhllfli. R.O.T.C. 2 QA- , MARG11-3 LOUISE BARNES ff f 1 , , fl- irnd, llflflff there it no doubt Slzf lw ,vi taker the kinder! f utr, Allentan High School, Glce Club I, 2, 3, 4g Hi-Y Club 41 Home Economics 4, "The Flattererf' "Grandad Steps Out ' MILDRED LUCILLE BARNHILL Quin and :wear is flu, Yr! ulzuzgu' ui' burr ru zz ber. Library Science Club 4 JOHN ELBERT BASS, -IR. .llllmuglz lieu' small, lze'.r made hix plricr, l4"i!li kinrlnesx, qu1'e!nr.v.v, dlgnilv and gran. Latin Club l, 2, Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, Hi-Y Minstrel 2, 33 judicial Marshal 3, Track 3 MARY CLAIRE BATES Dark lmir, dark grey, lovely romplexiun, Hn rlmrmmg nozrr lm: won our qfrrtian. jacksonville High School 1, 2, 3, Glec Club I, 2, 3, 4g Science Club 25 Spanish Club 2: Thespians 5, Freshman Play I: Spring Festival 2, 34 Variety Show 3, Christmas Page-ant 2, 3 ORS 'T Q J l23l . df- -s ' "mn ,- fi 2 V" ' f , f' ,, 1 ..-f 9 f N RWOODBENDER ,f I , qi! Q' 1 QF515:f5'54'szi3z'fii5?0'Wf'fff 3 ,gli lf! eroom Chairinaxif , i 'I' f J ga" , gf , ,V HIRLE ,IQERGEI5 If xl I T her best :he always afdeanar, ,fl irlev's un rffan ing, Jidere. and clever. 'H 2 S ish b 2 C rogram Chalrman 3 Club 2 3 Home Ee omics' l 3 Gecretar Treasurcrl If L ' Cl , ' ' ' D3 jjgzglpi , 2,y 3814, atjohal 0 Society 3, 4g Debating W 5 Y ' rryggikrary Sdgitty 2, 33 4g Scribblers 3, 4 CScribe 4Dg V i ialr arsh Mfg Wi ' Staff CReporterD 45 HANOXVERIAN f Staff CFeatureE 'tor 4, 6Si,xteA6fin. ugustw 3, Declamation , v.,' C 1, 2' Red ro ouncil 4 fl' 1 i .tif they M. ELIZABETH BLACKWELL With her extreme hairdus, anrl nonchalant look, Beth'.r one of the maxt sophisticated girls in this whole book. For e lines: he take: the cake, , reekled face Henry Blake. WRY C. BLAKE I fw if fn 5fifli4lf QN' , 1 , 1 SENIORS 1 My' X -f24 WILLIAM LAURIN BLALOCK He love: to take it easy, Thallsjuxt Sonnyg But when it carrier ta playing pranks He realbz is a hong! R.O.T.C. 2, 3, 45 Rifle Team 35 Officers, Club 4g Football 3g French Club 3, 4, Hi-Y 4g Homeroom Chairman 4 GLORIA BLANTON Sl1e': a tnmbay, she .ray.r, Playing cawhqy and .ruch,' lt'x her spirit afynuth That we enzgl her much. LOUISE HOPE BONHAM A xweet brunette, with raft brown ever, Tn all thnf: asked :he cheedully complies. Glee Club 2, 4g Girl Reserves 3, 4 CSecretary-Treasurerbg Glee Club Operetta 2 MARILEE BOON Curly hair, and ah, .va nice! Shelf like honey and ginger spice. Hi-Y Club 1, 2, 3, 4 QPresident 1, Treasurer 1D National Honor Society 3, 45 Student Legislature 4 ALENE BOONE A girl wha'.r alwayx right an tune, Ir cute, sweet Alene Boone. FLORENCE CHARLINE BOWEN Friendly andfull af lQ'e is this girl, A1191 pleasant thing: alwaysfar her unfurl. Latin Club 1, Zg Hi-Y Club 4 lf MAZIE VIREE BOWEN There i:n't anyway a knowin Alyone nicer than Il azie Bowen s!N...""5 Glee Club 2, 3 1 JAMES H. BRAATZ Slow and sary, 11:01 kind, Infact, we think him mighgfjine. Branby High School 35 Hi-Y 35 Track 35 R.O.T.C. 2, 45 ,junior Varsity Football and Basketball 2 .,f' -' f' jirgl, F4 . f , y v FRANK E. BRADLEY, AIR. .- 'C Thi: debondr .reuor . v r - - if Hem' izlvffflhafr a golden lenor. . , K Cloverdale High Schoolg Homeroom Representative '15 Seminole High School5 HWaltz Dreaml' 25 "Naughty Mari- etta" 25 Glee Club 2, 35 Latin Club 2 QVice-PresidentJ5 Klick Club 3 fTrcasurerJ5 Thespians 3, 45 R.O.T.C. 35 Track 35 A ssistant Business Manager Wildcat 45 Hi-Y 45 Drum Major 4 JEANNIE LEE BRANCH Na arnbling gait, a well-marked .rtride5 On horrernuruhip .rhe stakes her flride, SENIORS ROSE BEA BREWER A bzllerfriend is hard to fad, A: not many people can be .ro kind. Latin Club 1, 25 Diversified Occupations 4 GUY C. BRIDGES A quick, subdued, ambition: lad, We wish him all the best to be had. R.O.T.C. 2 LAWRENCE ROBERT BRIDGES Tall, dark, handmme, an all-around-guy, For "Buddy" wiv: breathed many a Jigh. Football 3, 4, 5 CCO-Captain 515 Monogram Club 4 HARVEY LASSITER BRITT A cheedul dirparition, a happjlfare, In rveglbuzbvlr heart hz ha: a p afe. Homeroom Chairman 1, 2, 35 R.O.T.C. Band 1, 2, 3, 45 Declamation Contest 1, 25 Visual Education 1, 2, 3, 4 KATHERINE BROWN Her spirit .flays high when our: goes down, This make: ur all like Katherine Brown. Latin Club 2, 35 Diversified Occupations 45 Physical Education Club 1, 2 JAMES NICKOLAS BROWNE Jirnrny is tall, good looking, with a wondejul voire, To winfarne and glogf he is our chairs. Latin Club 1, 2 CVicc-President 255 R.O.T.C. 2, 35 Forum Club 35 Hi-Y 3, 4 CTreasurer 455 Glee Club 3, 45 Thespians 45 Football 1, 35 Basketball 35 Operetta 3, 4 -l25l' 5,1 -Y ,T D Y . FRANK KING BRUCE, JR. 'll X ' High ranking in hnnexlv and truth, A Q He'.r a -goarl example :gf .flrrlerimrr-rrnrlllr. o , " ' .O.T.C. 2. 3, 4g Forum Club 2, 3, Track Team 4, L' ' IVila'ral Reporter 4 ?- Q 4, 'gg 5 ALITA M. BRYANT ..' Q ' 'al Irzlelllqerzl, rlepenelable, nnrl all the rexl, ' V Cl. 'I haI',r wha! maker .fllila one af Ihr hexl. , ..mlin Club 1, 2 CTreasurer 25, Hi-Y Club 1, 2, 3, 4 fSecretary ,af lg Bible Club 1, 2, 3, 4 fVisitation Committee 3, Program A hairman 43, I-IANOVERIAN Staff fTypist 41, Physical Edu- , cation Club lg judicial Marshal 45 Assistant Homeroom .hairman 3, Musical Appreciation Club 45 National Honor Society 4, Delegate to N.H.S. Convention 4 JOHN BURTS BRYANT .fl mi.reh1'erra1r.r lillle grin,fre:kle.r 'rrasx hi: noir, X .1 .rwellfellnw all the way lhraugh, ana' he never Irie: lu pare. A ' Latin Club 3, 45 Bastkeball 35 Tennis 3 Q EVELYN BULLARD , Smarl, sincere, good, and true, 5 Une who never .terms blue. Bible Club 2: Latin Club 1, Homeroom Chairman 2, Wilrlml Advertising Staff 1 .LW 'J re iss- W. 1 i. SENIORS ,I J 'fi 1 if ,ll ul of P11 H, , ta' 126 BONNIE BURNS Cute and prlile, Always an her laex, Taming oulfurz Wherever :he gnex. ' Summerlin Institute, Florida: Orchestra 1: Diversified Occupations 4 BLANCHE BURRISS fi'lnzI,jar1ial and shilling, Cond memorie: in her mind keep piling. Latin Club 3, 4 BILLY BURTON Sincne, honest, afrienzl all llzrauqh, Billy, we ,vureh think a la! qfjvm. IRENE LUNITHER CALLAHAN .Shfriendbf and original She can always srnile, And Ia heyfellaw classmater Shelf a fiend warlh while. Physical Education Club lg O'Henry Literary Society 4g Thespians 35 Basketball Team 1 RACHEL CAMERON Heauly and talenl, rolled into one, Help .fum up Rarhel Cameron. Glee Club 2, 35 O'Henry Literary Society 3, 4, Thespians 45 Art Club 1, 3, 45 Spanish Club 4g Tri-Hi-Y 4g Wildcat Circula- tion Staff 4g Assistant Art Editor HANOVERIAN 41 Glee Club Operctta 23 Girls' Choir 1, 2 JOHN FRANKLIN CAMPBELL A jolly laugh, ' A weafv xigh, You lam ta xmile A: Frank walk: hy. Latin Club 1, 2, R.O.T.C. 2, 3 l vs :fi ,A .. 5 r- -, :li Q , .,:1f.,1.,1 ., .'1lu'avJ xmiling, neun mdg ivz 1 jar! lhe girl tn makf ur glad. Bible Club 1: Glee Club 25 Thespians 45 Telephone Directory Staff 45 Glee Club Operetta 25 Declamation Contest' 3 I 3533351125112 CAROLYN ANN CANADY Like iz bn ,vhfll always buzz: llapfiy rindkliirndly in all :hr dun. Library Club 2, 3, 45 Wildral Advertising Staff 45 Home Economics, Club 3, 4 VIVIAN RUTH CAPPS .-I friendly rmilr, A plmmnl look, Tnu'll alwarxjinrl hu , Reading a book. Girl Reserves 35 Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 4 CChairman 3, 41 BETTY MARIE CASHWELI. Haig' if a girl wilh a quirk Innrv Jmilr, lVlw's'fuv1 in br with all thr while. SENIORS DORIS CASHWELI , I ful Ja Ihrillingli' alizv, glndjillfrl wil!! aim and glrf, IFJ .fhange lo Mink thai-vearx agn Then' wa.rn'l any me. Basketball Team 1, 2, 45 Girl Reserves 3 fPrc-sidentlg Y-Teens 4 CPN-sidentl MA RGAR ET LEVY CATH EY .S'hr'x grnllr and mmlrxl, Quirl and wirz, Rfjflerling all lnyslzp' In deep-vifionrd gwr. Diversified Occupations 3, 45 National Honor Society 4 JAMES RUSSELL CAUDILI, Slraighgjnrzuanl, xlnfrrr, Talmlfrl. mmrl, And a lu! iff rhann Tn imlork riffrr hrarl. Durham High School: Thespians' Club Play 15 Football 1. 43 Cflee Club 1, 2, 3, 45 Thespians 1, 3, 45 Klick Club 35 Art Club 1, 33 Music Appreciation Club 35 Cheerleader 3: "I-l.M.S. l'inafore" 3: Homeroom Representative 15 R.O.T.C. 2, 35 Wilrlfal Reporter 4 KATHLEEN CHESNUTT IVIII1 chexlnut-brown hair Ihal laokx su xlrrm, Tnu ran alwap-J say, 'A Thal'.v Kathleen." Atkinson High School Glee Club 15 Home Economics' Club 25 Scholastic Award 1, 2 EDNA EARLE CLARK .1 prrsnnalzir mn, .-inzl skin .rn drlirnle'li'fr1ir. ROBERT H. CLEMMONS .-1 lung rlmwl and a luirixalm' -grin, Helps Huh all hi.r-friends tn win. Visual Education 25 R.O.T.C. 2, 3, 4 2 l27l' f. ywli 2, X. VIH ff!! I I 'fyg g, ,, ggi. X!! n If , ,fy 7 ' I - 3 . u ',' - . I, ' ,'s , ,, , .1 ,.,, 4 ' , di," ' ffffa -I -fl :X t ' " 'V I ff' EULA MAE COCHRANE ,, ,. f A cherry word, a pleasznzt mlilr, She'll llrlpkyuzt our the zuerzry mile. Basket Ball 1, 2g Softball 3 BETTE LOUISE COLEMAN ble: of green and hair rj brown, Bette ix liked all over town. Latin Club 1, 2, English Club 2 CSecretaryD HARRY Mc DONALD COLEMAN The rhararleristir rj this boy ixfun nndfun galnreg Of wily remark: amlfunnyjoke: he has an unlirnttrzl stare. Latin Club 1, 2g junior Varsity 2g R.O.T.C. 2 I ROBERT CONGLETON Robert mean: what he .fa7':, HN: candid, in forty We azlmirf his xlncerigv, Trzzthfulnexx, and tart. 74' ,f . R.O.T.C. 2, Hi-Y 3, 45 Physics Award 3, Hfildcat Reporter 4 if , f f 4 ' ,' ,ff iff ',' W 1 SENIORSS ,I I 2.7 J" ul 'i l It A I gf xx' ' l 28 H. ROGER CORBETT In thi: ola' world we need more likzyou- A willing helpzr, afriend thaf: true. DIANE COSTELLO Uyou look way down In her merry brown gyer, Totflljind the rqlect truth, Tlzyfll lclfgfou no lies. Latin Club 1, 2, O,Henry Literary Society 3, 45 National Honor Society 3, 4g Wildcat Circulation Staff 3g Reporter 45 HANOVERIAN Staff CAssistant Photographic Editorj 4 BESSIE GLADYS COSTIN Look beneath her quiet air And jind a gem lhat'.r truba rare. Atkinson High School, Softball 1, 2, Basketball 3g Home Economics' Club 25 Class Play 1, 2, 3g Class President 23 Class Treasurer 35 Glee Club 1, 2, 3 HOMER LEWLEY COUNCIL He has a dixposition That acrepts the term: of IU: And :ends him making frimdshipx Wherzver there is slrfe. HILDA PEARL COVIL Hilda has rpiril, cy' that I 'rn sun, Her winning way: will long endure. Latin Club 1, 23 Art Award 2, 3 JEAN ELIZABETH CROSS jean has glamour, charm, and pairs, And :halt a "wow" with all the bww. Latin Club 1, 2 fSecretary 1Jg1,Thespians 3, 4g Hi-Y 1, 2, 3, 45 Sophomore Class Secretary and Treasurer Student Legis- lature 1, 2, 35 Homeroom Chairman 3, Judicial Marshal 35 Social Marshal 3, 4g Cheerleader 3, 45 Battalion Sponsor 4, Wildcat Circulation Staff 1, 2, 3 SENI MARY LOU DENTISON Shel:-friendbv, smiling, Graceful, small, She loves In talk Bu! don'l we all? MARJORIE KATHLEEN DeVANE Like a Parwh and judy show, Margie's always on the go. Spanish Club 35 Girl Reserves 3 CProgram Chairmanb ' Basketball 35 Library Club 45 Thespians 4 9 NINA ,IEANETTE DEXTER Her complexion W' peaches and cream Is the answer to any marfs dream. Klick Club 2 fSecretary and TreaturerD5 Girl Reserves 3, 4 LORRAINE D,LUGIN Demure and daingr, A Vai? soft ana' low, EH lfl ma pgife lathe heilzzl O,Henry Literary Society 2, 3, 4 CVice-President 4D Hi-Y Club 2, 3, 4 fTreasurer 3, Vice-President 455 Thespians, Latin Club 2, 3 fVice-President 3D5 Forum Club 2, 35 Home- room Chairman 2, 35 HANOVERIAN Club Editor, Thespians' Play 15 Declamation 1, 2, 3 FRANCES JULIETTE EDENS Frances' deep dimples and engaging smile, Show that she Ihinks lye is realbl worth while. Latin Club 1, 25 Bible Club 2, 3, 45 Home Economics, Club 35 Future Homemakers of America 4 fSecretaryl5 Girl Reserves 3, 45 Thespians 45 Telephone Directory Typistg Choir 25 Red Cross Committee RUTH ELLEN EDWARDS Dark wauy hair and sparkling yes, To "Chick" Ive is a real surprise. Latin Club'1, 25 Bible Club 1, 2, 3, 45 Scribblers, Club 45 Thespians 45 O'Henry Literary Society 45 Telephone Directory Typist 4 -'I 29 Alw?vs rnischievous A ways ga , THOMAS E. DANN Always laug ing 1 Come wha! may. Baseball 2 BETTY DAVIS Betgfs vizmeious arzdfull of pep, And as a cheerleader she's real y hep. Thespians 1, 2, 3, 45 Art Club 45 O'Henry Literary Society 45 Scribblers' Club 45 judicial Marshal 35 Cheerleader 1, 2, 3, 4 CCO-head Cheerleader 435 g'Best Foot Forwardu 35 May Court 15 Musical Appreciation Club5 Wildcat Reporter MARGARET EVA DAVIS A girl with a cheery smile and a winning way, Who has never heen ahsmlfrom school a day. French Club 3, 45 Twelve-Year Perfect Attendance Record ROBERT G. DAVIS lVhen you hear the squeak af a car With a e n s t a va ap, You know it's Bobby Davis Abou! lo slap. Latin Club 1, 25 Glee Club 1, 25 Operetta 1, 25 R.O.T.C. 2, 3, 4 ORS In .. 5 I ,V J fat I l I1 l :ff 'Wx EF EUGENE CURTIS ENSLEY Handmm: Captain of Company HC," Eugen: ix lhz pride of Ihr KU. T.C. Kings Mountain High School lg Scribblers' Club lg R.O.T.C. 2, 3, 4 CHonor Cadet, Company "Cul: Sergcants' Club 3: Captain, Company "C" 4: Officers' Club 4 CVicc-Presidcntl HUGH SHEPHERD EVANS With all the gals Hugh nite: higher: hi: 'YUIU 1mIir.r" Thy' neun lin. Latin Club 1 2' Thcs ians 3 4' Glcc Club 3 4' R.O T.C , 7 P , , A , , - A- 2, 3, 4g"Best Foot Forward" 3g"New Moon" 3gg'Red Mill" 4 ANNE EVERETT Llghl nmdfllqffj as Ihr rm Annelv blundr, blur-rjrrd, mm' fmr. Home Economics' Club lg Physical Education Club 1, 2 Spanish Club 4 LIDDIE MAE FAIRCLOTH Liddiz ix :hy asynu crm rn, Bu! hu' .rufrrl .vrnllz',v,fnryo11 and mr, Bible Club 1 n SENIORS 30 ANN FARMER Arm l1'l.f.r lnjnhf, Ann likes to lrasf, Hu! .rhfx Inv zumng Shell! Sqv, "Pardrm mf, l'lmxr." Hi-Y Club 4g Scribblers' Club 4g English Club 23 Klick Club 3g Latin Club 1, 23 Spanish Club 45 Home Economics' Club 3g Choir l, 2g Homeroom Chairman 35 Telephone Directory Typist 4 H. FARR, -IR. That manrlmux blue and -yfllnw mr lx Ihr flm'.ff:.vl'un Qf H, Farr. Spanish Club 2, 35 Band Club 4g Baud 4 Baseball 1, 2, fl l FITZHUGH FENNELL Ybddyhv a Jwell sport lhmugh and lhmulqhg To the " lVildcal.fl' he'.f alufqw lmr. 3, 45 R.O.T.C. 25 Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4: Football l, 2g Homeroom Chairman 4 LUCILLE FLINCHUM Dark hair rmn' brown qrnr urr l.1u'illr'.rvff1Ir, Snrrlr day Jhfll mrzhc ,mmf Lijlll' u Iv-ry nur mulr. LILLIAN FLOYD .1 smile and a kind umrdjnr evrrynnr, When rou'1e aruund her-y11u're hmmd Io have fun, Home Economics' Club 4 MARY NELL FOX 'Slfivingfor lhr bn! is alwqy: her endmmrrg A-friend rmrc, afrl'mdfnrrvn." h LIL MARIE FRANKLIN Sl1e's mmm! in fmrpu In friendship xincerr, Wrfind in her make-ufr Tlmrr frail! tha! Pnrlmr. Rowland High Schoolg Secretary of Class I g Queen of Rowland High School lg Glee Club lg Lumberton High Schoolg Secre- tary of Class 25 Girls, Softball Team . LILLIAN FULLWOOD Hour mn Lillian lfullwozul Hflp he arrrthing bu! good? ROBERT EARL FURR .in mp' laugh, ri .wr1z'lz'nqfarr, .1 Inga' :Ulm ffl.: in any plow. Spanish Club 2, 35 Hi-Y Club 2, 3, 4 flviinstrel 2, 3? DUNCAN I.. FUTRELLE, JR. "Dune" if u Ill-Ullfl-OIIJ boy, Ilflv fzlwqyrfull nffung Ile lm: a krzackfar malringfrimd! And he lm: 'hfingrlan an lhe run. R.O.T,C. 2g Baseball Z, 3, 4 SENIORS l'll,lZAl5l2'l'H JANE GALLOVVAY .1 limnrllf liyfr llml we all mlm1'rr,' l1'r'll1 qunliliizr rj wlizrlz wr nezvr lirr. Southport High School SHIRLEY NIARY CALLOWAY "CN llw mnxl nu! rgj mul! rlqyf' li' llu' mnlln nj Sliirlqy Callouiqr. Curtis High Schoolg Library Science Club 4,1 .Iunior Red Cross 4 RICHARD GALPI-IIN. LIR. Hlxjarr Jlmuu clmmrlrr Tlurf uv all admmf: I! sl11'm',r will! good 1111111 like 11 lmll rgj fin. Hi-Y l, 2. 3, 4 lTreasurer l, President 2, 371 Hi-Y Co-ordinat- ing Committee 4: Forum and Debating Club 3, 4 CVice- President 3l: War Bond and Stamp Committee 2g Hi-Y Minstrel 2. 3, 4: Student Legislature 2, 31 Sergeant-at-Arms, Legislature 3: National Honor Society 3, 4 fPrcsident 433 Iudge 4: Clerk of Student Court 43 R.O.T.C. 2, 3, 4 fHonor Cadet. Company "B" 2: Honor Cadet, Company "C" 3l: Captain, Company "D" 4: Officers' Club 4 frlnreasurer 42 EDITH CIAROLYN GASKINS "li'm1ni"' .rl1r's fnllffl. ln' nzmil' u pal, .1 mir. 1111.371-, lfmglzlnq gal. Home Economics' Club 42 Bible Club l, 4 MIRIAM GENTRY I lrrl .tn lmfffri' Ilml I llublflf nrrr, "l,iff .rfmu ax lfwflr ns ri-hrlfl qf rlarrrf' 4: Glee Club 2: French Club "Naughty Marietta', 2 Thespians 2, 3: Latin Club 2g K HOGGARD .IACKIE GODLEY Llkf n 1qm'ml,'rnu rlmllrr unrl rlmllrrf Life uwuln' hr dull witlmul vow puller. Band 2, 3, 45 Hi-Y 3, 4 CSecretary 3Jg National Honor Society 4 I 31 rs DM -3 .,,. 'irvfj ti 3 I S I Friendliest SARA KAY JORDAN and NEAL PARTRICK r4,:,s-Q-nwmfJfAf"' Supe Best Looking RACHEL CAMERON and ALLEN LANIER 32 'cztives B651 Drfssea' IJIANE C1os'1'E1,1.u :md ALLEN L.fxN1uR ,I 33 111 us! Salma! .Slbiril M.fxRIl,YN Grnm1x1AN zmcl Bmsm' MEI.'I'lJN 1 1 ,f -,,g.1g., ,,':- : ,":g. ..,. l 5 ::': ,, .-:ag -v-.,v ij "-'Cf Aw- EBE WILLIAM GODWIN lV1lling lo work, 4 Mfilh ufrifndl 11 .rrru'lr, Thrsr arf the thzrzygr 'I lm! rrmkf Iijz wnrth while. Latin Club l, 2, Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, Minstrel 2, 3, 4, R.O.T.C. 2, 3, 4, Scrgeants' Club 3, 4 J. w. GODWIN, -IR. 'ln lmw nu! Ihr: rutfjrllnw would he a rin: Sn hrrfs 11 fmfmfnr H". Gnndzuzn. R.O.T.C. 1: Wildcat Circulation Staff, School Store MARILYN B. GOODMAN .Hur1'lvn, Jlurilyn, hnu' mr lowrrnu, Dark curly hmr, ana' fjvr: rgf blur: Yhrnugh nur dnrkfrl, drepfxl mommlx, Thnughlfulli'prnzfrr "Smilm' Thruulqhf' O'Henry Literary Society 1, 2, 3, 4 fSec.-Treas. 45, Thespians 2, 3. 4 CSec.-Treas. 45: French Club 3, 4 fPres. 45, Hi-Y Club I, 2, 3, 4 CPres. 25, National Honor Society 3, 4 fSec.-Treas. 45, Class Representative 1, Class V.-Pres. 2: Class Pres. 3, Director Social Activities 4, Delegate to N,C.S.S.C.C. 3, Chief Social Marshal 4: Cheerleader I, 2, 3, 4 CCo-head Cheerleader 45: l1'iln'ml Feature Editor 4: Telephone Directory 3, Thr Orange mid Black Handbook 3," The Late Christopher Bean," " Best Foot Forward" CStudent Director5, Martha Halligan Cup 2: O'Hc-nry Short Story Contest 3: Honor Committee 3 DAISY EVELYN GOR E She has Irzlmt, rlirl ynu krmw 1'I.' .S'hr',i just Jhy, and zlnrxrfl xhnw il, Latin Club I, Bible Club 2, 3, 4, Library Club 3, Red Cross Chairman 2, Homeroom Vice-Chairman 2 SEN 134 IORS ,IUANITA SWANN GORE Lot'.r of-fun, hu! cfriairrly rm hnrr, IJ-friendly, utlrartwr jlznrziilrl Cntr, Bible Club 2, 3, 4, Glee Club 2, "Naughty Marietta" 2 LUCILLE GORE Rmllr ,guodqfrifnds :iff-ffm rind lar llflzlwrlg .-I5 orzf' rgf Ihzxr Shfs hrld in high rrlnvn. IRVIN HARLIE GORE A -frirndbr way, A fnntball rlar, "P1fq.g-fs" onr of Ihr lmfl Un lhf campus lgyfar. Art Contest I, 2: Art Awards 3, Football I, 2, 3, 4, Basketball 4, Track 4, R.O.T.C. 2 JOSEPH FRANKLIN GRAHAM l.n!J qffun, and I drrrfl rnrmz murlzr, Frr1r1klir1'.r the '47 l'Cla.rJ ll'ahi'.'l Latin Club 1, 2 CPresident 25, Glee Club 2, Operetta 2, 3, Declamation Contest 2, Thcspians 3, 4, R.O.'l'.C. 2, 3, 4, ll'ilflr11l Circulation Staff 3, Reporter 4: HANov1iRiAN Assistant Business Manager 4 VIRGINIA GREGG .Syfflrkllrlgf lllur qvrr, ann' a winning xrrrilr, .llakrr krzazllirig lhir rule' ,girl zunrlh your zuhllr. Greensboro High School, Secretary of School 1, Chairman of School Committees 1: Secretary of Homeroom 3. 4, President of Girl Reserves I, 2, Inter-Club Council President 3, National Honor Society 3, May Queen Attendant 3, Chairman of National Honor Society Social Committee, Basketball 1 GRACIE LOUISE GURGANIOUS Shi: 11 pier: of Drrxden rlzina, AJ fragile and as mfr: Rujler, laces, ribbon: hers, And llnwerx in her hair. Glee Club 2, 3, 4, Bible Club I , llfilzlczzl Reporter, Opcretta 2, 3, 4 SEN MARY ANN HAMILTON lfrerrrznf who hnnufx .Vary Arm will .mrrlr Mir, "Shit a wnridrrfizl girl in every zvqyf' Latin Club 1, 2, Hi-Y 1, 2, 3, 4: National Honor Society 3, 4 CTreasurer 41, Bible Club 1, 2, Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Judicial Marshal 2, 3, "H.M.S. Pinaforew 1, "Naughty Marietta" 2, New Moon" 3, "Red Mill' 4, Declamation Contest 2, 3, 4, Accompanist Hi-Y Minstrel 3 RICHARD VOLLERS HANSON It i:rr'lj11.t! his uniform lhal wins' him his flare,- 1l'1' hi: hapgy dixfznxilion, and lfaxirig, laughingfarf. Latin Club 1, 2, 3, 4 CViee-President 1, 3, President 23, Mono- gram Club 3, 4, R.O.T.C. 2, 3, 4, Sergeants' Club 3, Officers, Club 4, Golf Club 4, Homeroom Chairman 1, 2, 4, Social Marshal 43 Legislature 2, Football 1, 2, 3, 4, Track 3, 4, Intermural Basketball 1, 3, 4, Baseball 3 ,IOSEPHINE HARKER This :weft mix: ix Jn, .S'l1z'll have-fuzz, ilfllrrrwr .the maj ga. Homeroom Chairman 2 JOHN FULLER HARMAN lf-fini and duly rrzler flash l'll lr! Ihr zluli' gn In mlusll. R.O.T.C. 2, 3, 4 WINIFRED ll. IIARRISS Drfinzrlublf mul rjffirifrrl 'li.r lmr, "l.illlf lic!" .remix nelw blue, Hi-Y 1, 2, 3, 4 ICO-ordinating Committee 2, Vice-President 21, O'Henry Literary Society 3, 4, Arts, Crafts Club 2, Latin Club 1, 2, Thespians' Club 2, 3, 4, French Club 3, National Honor Society 3, 4, Student Legislature 2, 3, 4, Sophomore Class President, junior Class Sec.-Treas., Vice-President Student Body 4, Wildmf Circulation Staff 1, 2, 3 fAssistant Circulation Manager 2: Manager 39, Managing Editor Wzilzlcal 4, Editor Student Telephone Directory 3, Handbook Committee 4, "Sixteen in Augustgv Declamation Contest 3, Scribblers, Club Award 3, War Stamp and Bond Committee 1, 2 KATHLEEN CMICKIED HARTIS Cult. swef! and lrirlgr, Thut'.r our nflnrahlz t'.Vickie.', Hi-Y 4, Thespians 4, Majorette 3, 4, Glee Club 2, 3 ' 1 I MARY ANN YTON ' A frinid la all, thi: cheegz girl, Fur her all llff: a mrrgi whirl. Girl Reserves 3, Homeroom Chairman 2, Red Cross C hairman 3, Basketball Team 1 2 ROBERT BERTRUM HAAS lVr'rr hfrr In :qv heh: une nf' lhe hu! lV1'!h hir rillzlelirjizgy, muximl Url. Bible Club 1, Football Cjunior Varsityl 2, Football CVarsityD 3, 4, 5, Band 1, 2, Glee Club 3, 4, 5 COperetta 3, 4, SD, De- clamation Contest 2, 3, Homeroom Chairman 3, 4, R.O.T.C. 3, 4, 5, Ofiieers' Club 5, Wildcat Reporter 5 LEWIS RICHARDSON HACKLER HF: :luw and mrj, hzrre and Ihrrf, Why hurry IJ: through Wilh that Jmile and curlv hair? Latin Club 1, 2, 3 CPresident 1, Vice-President 2, Treasurer 3D, Scrgeants' Club 4, Homeroom Chairman 2, Assistant Home- room Chairman 3, -junior Varsity Football 3, Track 3, 4, Golf 3, 4, Baseball 2, 3, 4, R.O.T.C. 2, 3, 4 TOMMY HALL If: 11 rmluml art the zvqy hr ads: He kffpx ur rnurmg zwlh hz: wire rmrkr. Hi-Y 1, 2, 3, 4 CCC:-ordinating Committee 21, Hi-Y Minstrel 2, 3, 4, Latin Club 1, 2, Sergeants' Club 3, 4, R.O.T,C. 2, 3, 4, Marshal 3, HANOVERIAN Staff 3, 4, Visual Education 4 ORS 351s DANNY HARTLEY "l'll nerer have lhefnrtune Which nnb' genius brinqx, Hut I have ez lat nf lalenl For enjqying lillle Ihirlgxfl R.O.T.C. 2, Diversified Occupations 3, 4 BETTY JEAN HARWELL Her :mile and her greeting .Hake her well zvnrlh rneeling. Lexington High Schoolg Glee Club 1, 2: French Club I, 2 CSecretary and Treasurer 25 VIRGINIA LEE HATCH Aerept: rexpnniilrilitv and gels It dnne ufilh pleasure, .1 helping hand andjrienelly Jmile .rhe giver us in full measure, Hi-Y 2, 3, 4 fPresident 31, O'Henry Literary Society 1, 2, Bible Club 1, Latin Club 1, 2 CTreasurer Zig Hi-Y Co-ordinat- ing Committee 4g,Iudicia1 Marshal 3, 4, HANCJVERIAN Editor- in-Chief 4, Wildeezl Advertising Staff 2g Telephone Directory Typist 3: Handbook Committee 3 fAssistant Advertising Managerjg Hi-Y Minstrel 2, 3, 4, -Iunior Play Publicity Chairman 3g Honor Committee 3, S.P.T.A. Committee 4: Iunior-Senior Dance Committee 3: National Honor Society 4, Gra-Y Advisor, Red Cross Chairman 2 LEVY JAKE HEATH Shar! and rule with curb' hair, Hnpfiv-ga-lzzrlq' millmu! 11 cure, R.O.T.C. 2, 3, 43 Basketball 2, 3, 43 Baseball 2, 3, 4 SENIORS ,V 1-gli ,Q I, l- l :'.2 gg, f gf, WN 3 C 1 DORIS HELMS She is sincere and kind, Thaf: wha! make: Dnrixjine. Bible Club lg Hi-Y Club 1, 2, 3, 4 fTreasurer 33 President 4Jg Library Club 3, 45 Junior Play 3 SARAH CJIMMI1-:J HENDERSON There ix nulhing about ujimmien pnlhelif, 'Cause :heir the one voted "most athlelicf' Physical Education Club lg Basketball Team 1, 2, 3, 4g Tennis 3, 41 Softball 2, 3, 4g Basketball Letter 2, 3, 4g Co-Captain 2, 3, Bowling League 4 fPresidentl: Y-Teens 4 RICHARD FREDERICK HEWLETT I like a life nf daring, To make mistake: and then Look-forward, nezler mring, And lnke new risks eiqrlin. R.O.T.C. 2, 3 MARIAN HINES .S'he'.r ilmughlful, mnxielemle, kind, I lrner friend is hard lafinel. Spani 3, scrves 35 Home Economics' Club Q MM ROBERT HODGES 36 Aquxling a xerew, The trouble irfuund And the thing is like new. 02 juxl by lnuehing a lever, R.O.T.C. Band lg Visual Education Staff 2, 3, 4 ESTON ALFRED HOFFMAN Blue yer, a friendbw grin, Shy, but he'.v out la win. R.O.T.C. 25 Baseball 3, 4 I St. Mary's Schoolg Scribblers' Club 45 Latin Club 45 Y.W.C.A. 13. H. S., washington, D. C.: Bollies 2. 31 9- E c' 2 3- Latin Latin SENIORS MARTHA KING HOLTON Tnll, gmnjful. and .rn drrnlzrfg Afulure debularzlr, I um 111111. Latin Club 1, 25 Thespians' Club 3, 45 French Club 3, 45 Glee Club 2, 3. 4: Hi-Y Club 45 Scribblers' Club lg Telephone Directory Typist 35 Junior Play: "New Moong' "Naughty Max'it'tta5" "Red Mill5" Choir l, 2 RAY N. HOOD Snrnr H1116 h11z'r,f.f15.1,' .ronw Rrnxr lmw 111111135 11111, bqr, lhi: Rqr hn: rzfrgrlhingf R.O.T.C. 2. 3, 45 Thcspians 3 MARTHA JEAN HOOPER .M'11lnf:.t, Ju1fflnr.f.r and hmulv, all lhrrx, .llaltz .Unfllm plfn.r1'n-gf 11.r mn br. 45 l1'1'l1lmI Reporter and Typist 45 Glec' Club L. LILA HORRELL fl 1'om'r1'fr1l1'nu.r mnrkn, :heyy hnrhful 11n1l quifl, To all 11 r1n1'rn"ff1fnd, me r11n'l rlfnz' ll. JOSEPH PAUL HORTON HF: rhnrl. 1'l',f true, perhaps 1111'.rul1drfJI01ul. Hz' ld: il br known hid hr fall if hr raulri. Baseball 2, 3, 45 Wildcat Reporter 4 JIMMY BETTNER HUGHES Hr love: lo .tlrep in flair, neun bulhrr: u.11'th 111115 Hut when il mfmnf lo f1lf1r1'f1g prank: his 1111111111: al his larsl. HYP Q 1 Clubg Football 2, 35 Basketball 25 Track I5 Chr1m1klf I Fl EMORY T. HOLDEN Tn 1n'n'jvl llff' ax il c1rn1rs Srzunln along and Ink?-ynln l1mr,' .Vrwr 111orr11, never ffl . .Wuxi fn' a um 1' hr n1bl1'r11r. R.O.T.C. 2, 3, 4 AJOSEPHINE HOLLEMON Sh? nherr fzwgy rfnqlr mlr Th11l'.r why .rl1f': zfalrzalalr In mn srhonl. Club 1, 25 Diversified Occupa tions 4 R U VH VIRGINIA HOLLINGSWORTH .S'hr lrrvnr lu ,I1l111',' she lnwx In walk,- .lnfl nh, Inv henrfxsllr lnz'f.v In lalltf Hom:-sta-acl High Schoolg Band 1, 25 Bible Club 45 Latin Club 2, 3 MARGARET HOLMES .lI111gr1rrI'J full :gf life' nnfl lnlx rgfjun, Shr hui 11 hind word for f11r11'm1r. Latin Club I, 25 Gln-c Club 2, 45 Bible Club 45 Choir 1, 25 Hi-Y Club 3, 45 Opt-retta Z, 4 ,I MELVIN HENRY HUNEYCUTT Ajolly pal whm all is gay, 4 ln al rirnd when all if grey , y J. Bible Club 2, 3, O,Henry Literary Society 3g Diversified Occupations 4 KATHRYN HUNTER ' From hmrl-to-foe Ihrrrlx rmf much spurt, Bu! Kathgfn ft: in any place. O,Henr Literary Society 1, 2, 3, 4 fPresident 41, Latin Club Y 1, 2 Csecretaryjg Thespians 5, Legislature 23 Social Marshal 3, Wildcat Circulation Staff 1, 2, 3g Assistant Circulation Man- S ff 4' ager Wilrlral 33 Assistant Feature Editor 4, HANOVERIAN ta , Freshman-Sophomore Dance Committee 2 CONNIE HUTCHINS Search Ihr wurlzlfmm md In :nfl Ymfll rlfzw find a lrurr frz'e'ntI'. Latin Club 1, 23 Girl Reserves 3, Red Cross Representative 3 DON HYATT, JR. HF: lazy, looszjninltd. And .rmiling and guy' Hu! he rmrhzr his' goal In his nwn Hrnli wqv. Waynesville High School: Football 1, 2, 3, 43 Baseball lg Basketball 2, 3, 4 l, W ANNA JANICKI SENIQIRS ,7 gi. V, st , I, li 1 U . l I .. f ' Vi , Vx Br' Ls' 1 38 Poixe, anrl seU4a.r.vurancr, Rrd, abundnnl hair, A sincere andfrizndlgi person- On: wilhaul a care. ' Physical Education Club 1 ' ERNEST JANICKI Hr rank: high among the bert, And he really is Ernerl. MARY ANNE JENKINS Sh:-frolic: around like a-jumping bean, Prflly, dramalit, and veg kan. Latin Club 1, 2g Stamp Chapter Committee 1, 2, Homeroom Junior Red Cross Representative 33 Delegate to Red Cross Convention 3, Red Cross Council and Chairman 4, Tennis Club 2, 3, 45 Drum Majorette 1, 2, 3, 45 Sponsor of Company NB" 45 Home Economics, Club 1, 2 CLITA E. JENNETTE Always smiling, olwny: swfrl, Forever prelly,-forever neat. Mount Olive High School, Diversified Occupations 4, F, H. A. Club CSecretaryH CAROLYN MAE JEWELL Walking along llffx highway Shi: rontmled,f1l'endU, and gqv. Klick Club 4, Y-Teens 3, 4 ASHELY CLAYTON JOHNSON Clayton thinks lo rome to rchnol at noon, Would be lo com: lo school much loo mon. R.O.T.C. 2, 3, Football 2, 3, 4 P At.: ,. f we - ..i.,w ., M A V. , ' L, I K, Q0 ,na xx V I 105 'V SEN MARY ANN JORDAN qlnn i.r kim! aadfull qf rllefr, Hn charming way: have mndr her dear. Thespians 2, 3: Spanish Club 3 CPres.D: Music Appreciation Club 2: Bible Club 3. 4 CPres. 49: Orchestra I: Honesty Com- mittee 3: R.O.T.C. Band 2, 3, 4: Declamation Finals 1 fWin- nerl: Delegate N. C. State Assembly Bible Clubs 4: Vice- Prcsident N. C. Assembly Bible Clubs 4 SARA KATHERINE JORDAN Su murhfzm and aIwa1'sgaJ', 7l1a!'J nur fm'rrlf.r.r Sara liar. Latin Club 1, 2 fPres. 25: O'Henry Literary Society I, 2: Arts, Crafts Club l, 2, 3 fPres. 23: Scribblers' 2, 3, 4 QV.-Pres. 25: Forum Club 2, 3: Thcspians 2, 3, 4: French Club 3: Student Legislature 3: President Student Body 4: Judicial Marshal 3: Cheerleader 3, 4: Majorette 2: Art Editor HANOVERIAN, ':Six- teen in Augustn fJunior Playl: Hi-Y Minstrel 2, 3, 4: Declama- tion Contest 2, 3, 4: O'Henry Short Story Contest Award BERTIE MARIE JUSTICE .S'hr': :weft and .rfmzlirzglry q1u'rl, Hu! la know hw IJ really a fivl. ROMONA KELLER Quirl, rnn.r1'1lrn1h', will: rilzvlqrx a .rm1'lr, .SYM is affirm! wall 1' zunrlh whllr. DANIEL JASPER KELLY, AIR. .-IJ nur drum major, hir dignmfd, lin! appmnzmn are qflrn rniJlm1liI1g,' l1"hal really gory rm in Ihr brain irzxidr lfauld .finely mukx iiilrrrxlzilzg rmding. R.O.T.C. Band 1, 2, 3, 4 CSergeant 3: Drum Major 43: Junior Music Club 3 MARGARET LOUISE KELLY Slirlx 11 hapgv-go-lurky jallr gal, A lively rampaninn. a lqral pal. Home Economics' Club 3: Red Cross Representative 2: Homeroom Chairman 3 I P. .aj . , , 4 .5"'2:PT:1:-:g.,., ' ' 4 , iii! , ' A 1 , ' -zg.-31125:-15-.. . .q-.'.-5:2:5:-:-:':- 2:-:-.-.- f . , ' . . A ' l tf" 3' ' I , f ,buoy LuoKisi,1oHNsoN , v - 3 -:-611:12-112:-1752:52?5:1:iC'1:1S:1: 1114. "1:?:7 , .., - .... , .. . 4 OM ,. . 1 , - , .lj H Q Q-Ill? midsl rj all world .vlrffrv W' I -J. , . " ' . is always leads a happy life niiSf6f,e.ii'. zyigasktltbail Team lg Divefsiim-d occupations 3, 4 f xl: GEORGE JONES Ile' is rmnrllalant and gay 1 lad In lu: oz n zu I, Homeroom Chairman 4 I ' I .1 mrrr' ' ' ii i lar. llb lg Spanish Club 2: R.O.T.C. 2: A if ,1 I 39 PATRICIA JONES .S'nfn'!, fnrllv, full Qf amh1'l1'on, Ijkrd ly' all, rm nul.rI11m1'l'ng rrlu.rif1'an. Glee Club 3, 4 fAccompanist, Vice-President 41: Tri-Hi-Y 4: Thespians 4: Latin Club 1, 2 fPresident ll: Basketball Team 1: R.O.T.C. Band 2: Operetta 3, 4: State Music Contest 3, 4 EDWIN SAUNDERS JORDAN 77113 lad, brfln known as .S'anuf1', If rmllyjiulfifzf and zlalulr, R.O.T.C. 2, 3, 4: Spanish Club 2: Flora-Fauna Club 3: Scribblers' Club 4: Scribblers' Award 35 Bible Club 4 ORS I JAMES BROCK KERMON a constant realy war M KING W Charles lung is full aj lil? .M1.rch1ezmu.r,junny,you helyaur lllff. R.O.T.C. lg Assistant Homcroom Chairman 1 g French Club 23 Diversified Occupations 4g Wildfat Reporter 4 MARTHA ANN KING An oldjaxlziurzfd narnrfor an nlrl3fa.vh1'aned girl, There rfrr was 11 .tweeter nnf 171 Ihr whole' widr world. Latin Club 1, 2g Scribblcrs' Club 3, 4g Home Economics' Club 3g Klick Club 3g English Club 25 O'Henry Literary Society 4g Homcroom Chairman 43 Red Cross Chairman 4 I . SENI px 1 r Ea- J' W J I ' , J gb.. ,s'if1 l :si 'Wu' .1 ' M 1401- ORS PRISCILLA KING 14711111 rould wirh for what we want e knnw juxl what weld da, Wr'd with ourxelvexjust loads of lurk Thrn give il all taynu. R. LYNN KIRK, JR. He .vturk to his purpaseforjive year: past, Nrlw hi: reward has some at larl. R.O.T.C. 2, 3, 4 CScrgeants' Club 355 Basketball 2, 3, 4g Glce Club 3, 4 lOpcretta 3, 41g Thespians 2, 3, 45 Wildcat 3, 4 JOHNNY JAMES KIRKHAM Friendly, he walks hi: way .Spreading kindness all the day. NOEL DOUGLAS KLUTTZ Wh: fellow is hr, e know you will agree. R.O.T.C. 2, 3, 4 DOT KNIGHT Putty little laxsie with .rkin so fair,- ,Mayivnur huppinexr, like the bluebirdx, .mar zuzgfwhzrr. Great Falls High School lg Vice-President of Class 1 g Declama- tion Award lg Arts and Crafts Club 1, 2 fTrcasurer 22g Bible Club lg Home Economics, Club 4g Thespians 4 JAMES HERMAN KRAUS A warming :milz,'a twinkling gre, A frizndbf "hy" axjau pax: him by. R.O.T.C. 2, 3, 4g Wildcat Reporter 4 .4-A-V ,V WILLIAM ORVILLE KUHN A nitfr gig' wfzfe yr! to know, H"e'n' flmud ry' big Bill Krzlrnq Hr maker opfmxingfoolball tram: Sing a dzferenl lune! uk .. Football5 Track ,IEAN RUTH LAND !haria11: wary, a frimzll 1' grin. With her a'flfrm1'nalmn :liek lmuml In mn. HOMER ALLEN LANIER Prrrnnalilr plus, gnod lnok.r,jr1'rna'lr .vmile'J',' llfcaurr af hi: charm: girls clzaxe him for miln! Glee Club 1, 2 CCH. M. S. Pinaforeu l5L'Naughty Marietta' 255 Hi-Y 3, 4 fMinstrel 3, 455 Spanish Club fVice-President 3J5. Wilzlcal 3, 4 CAdvertising Stall 35 Business Manager 4l: "Sixteen in August" 35 Homeroom Chairman 45 R.O.T.C. 2, 3, 4 CDistinguished Cadet, Company 'EDB 2, Distinguished Cadet, Company " B" 3J5 Captain, Company'4B" 45 Sergeantsl Club 3 DONALD A. LAWRENCE l'fqffrlion marllinrx, rlfrlriral lhirlgr, Corrlfllifaledhllrr mor! af our rniI1rl.f,' Thr inridrx of carnrrar, lighting anrl fluff All lhzxe mme eng Dvnaldfndr. Lee High School, Columbus, Mississippi5 Scribblers' Clubg S E N I O R S CATHERINE LeGWIN I 'N .mzrrhrd th: world' through ana' can'I :fem In-find, A girl .rofrirndbr or a girl .ro kind. Latin Club 2, 3 CTreasurer 2, 315 Thespians 2, 3, 45 O'Henry Literary Society 2, 3, 45 Scribblers' Club 2, 3, 4 CVice-President 455 Bible Club 3, 45 Hi-Y Club 4 fTreasurerD5 junior Red Cross Councilg Wildcal Advertising Stall' 2, 35 HANOVERIAN Typist 45 Business Manager " Best Foot Forward" BARBARA ANN LEWIS Dark eyn, dark hair, a grvpgf .trnilrg A girl wha makz: lhz boy: go wild. Diversified Occupations 4 ROSALIE LEWIS Alzuav: adive, alwar: gay, Crime and be happy the "Cooler" way. O'I-Icnry Literary Society 45 Homeroom Chairman 25 Tennis Team 2, 3, 4 CAROLYN LILLY That narnz, Lily, irfull qf rharm, CaroUn'.rju:l lik: it and :Urn blandf. O'Henry Literary Society 25 Bible Club 1, 25 Spanish Club 45 l'Vildcat Circulation Staff 2, 4 ROBERT ALLEN LOCKAMY Happinnx, :ulcers go hand-in-hand, Beside David wire :un thy bolh will land. Photography 25 R.O.T.C. 2, 3 VIRGIL DAVID LOCKAMY, -IR. Friendbr, dark, mixchieuour, loo, Of hi.r kind Zhi: world har loufzw. Bible Club fTreasurer, Executive Council 4D' R.O.T.C. l, 2, 3, 4 I 41 Visual Education Staff 3, 4 2 I I ,V fi BOB OWEN LOPER What curly mi hair lla: lhir mi.vrh1'e1Iom' lad, lVilh hi: nnnchalnnl air Hr .twmx nrzfn xml. DORIS LUNAN Cale and fwfr! is lhir lilllr las: Whrnrvnu ,gain hfrfriznd.vhip,Yw1u'll want In hnld ilfasf. Clinton High School, Boosters' Club, Edmunds High School: Dramatics' Club, Marshal, Hi-Y Club, The-spians WALTER T. MARABLE, JR. Allkzrhigf in hi: qvrs, A friendly grinf Tnmfny lI1ambl.".f 11 hai' lVlm'r hound lu win. Klick Club 2g R.O.T,C. 2, 3, 4g Wildcat 3 fPhotographerJg HANQVERIAN Photographic Editor 4g "Sixteen in Augustf' Visual Education Staff 1, 2, 3, 4 BETTY MARINE Sparkling brown qu, n pleasant smilr, Brttv Marine is n frirnzl worlh while. Choir 2, 3, 4 SENIORS T 1 lf. ll r , ixfl w..-ga 2.7 142 EDNA MATTI-IES Long blonde' hair and hazel fjiffr .Wake Edna Ihr rhaire af rmutj' gigs. Hi-Y Club 1, 2, 3, 4g Latin Club 1, 23 O'Hcnry Literary Society 1, 2, 3, Thespians 4, Social Marshal 43 Homcroom Chairman 3, Freshman Day Chairman 2, Circulation Staff 23 National Honor Society 4 MARIAN MAULTSBY Su double whxn 'vnu lnnk al lllm1'nn.' IVzll, a'on'l hr fan xurprirrd, For lhi: :werl petite lillle mix: Ha: 11 sixler the WU' .mmf Jizz. Basketball Team 3, 4, Softball 3 PAUL MCG. MAULTSBY, IIR. A lrwl head, ri .rfmdv haml, For a rralljfne person, Paulkrvmn man. Football 2, 3, 4, Baskctballg Vice-Chairman VIOLET VIRGINIA MAYHAN In quiz! unahlruxizre way: Shf lrnrwr a xlring qfjqyfllfd flaw. Bible Club 1 A. IRVING MAYNARD A clrefrv Jmilf, 11 laughing mrir, 'l.S'nerd'J" alwqvxfull lgffflziv. Bible Club I, 2: R.O.T.C. 2, 3, 4, Spanish Club 3, 4 Club 4g Basketball 3, 45 Track 4g Tennis 4 .IOI-IN DAWKINS MCCARLEY Tmffr nrzfn glomnv, neun blur, 'fhat'.v Iuliv welrf all .mfrmd nj -vnu. R.O.T.C. 2, 3, 45 Hi-Y Club 43 Track Team 4g Sergeants' Club 4 I Homcroom Glea- .. WI L LI A M H . c E AC H E R A' H Billy, liillr, harzrlxurne Billy How doe: your diary grnun Hfilh ufillirzg lrmks und telephone hnukx And pretgl little :latex in zz row. Latin Club 1, 2, Hi-Y 1, 2, 3, 4, Homeroom Chairman 1, 21 es - Vice-President Freshman Class, Director of Elections 4, R.O.T.C. 2, 3, 4 Lots MCFARLANE Arrzbilinn ir the word fu ure, a afwzarnic little gal, Some dzrv shell! reaeh the tap, xhe'.v eziervbodfx pal. Latin Club 1, 2, Bible Club 3, 4, Thespians 4, Home Economics 3, 4, Girl Reserves 3, 4, Art Club 4, W1'lr1'mt Reporter 4 C EORGE DONALD MCFAYDEN 721 get aqusled In Ihr world I: rjfer ull the wisexl aim, ll wwf! adjurl 1't.reU to u: Fur it wmv here before we rmne. Visual Education Staff 2, 3 DOROTHY MCGOWAN Culzleri hair, lozfelr .Unrlonml-fare: A rnrud with flmrm and quiet glare. Home Economics' Club 3, 4 SENIORS FLORA MCIVER Durmhg brown zj1'e'.v and dirrzpler hu: Fla, Shfll .rmilr her um' through life, I know. Latin Club 1, 2 CPresident 11, O'Henry Literary Society 1, 2, Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Thespians 2, 3, 4, Bible Club 3, 4, Hi-Y Club 1, 2, 3, 4 CPresident 29, Vice-President Senior Class, Clerk Legislature 4, Judicial Marshal 4, Executive Council Representative, Sponsor, Company "DR, "New Moonl' 3, MH. M. S. Pinaforel' 1,l'Naughty Mariettas' 2, " Red Mill3' 4 THOMAS WOODFORD McKEE Tom .Hclxiee ix zierv xhy, Hut hix nther ziirluex make him afne grrv. R.O.T.C. 2, 3, 4 GEORGE ROBERT MCKENZIE, .lR. A willing, 11mbl'l1'n11.r marker lVho attend: In dull' and I: rzezfer rr xhirker. Latin Club 1, 2, Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4, NH. M. S. Pinafore", "Naughty Mariettagw 'LNew Moon ," R.O.T.C. 2, 3, 4: Captain, Company "A" 4, Officers' Club 4, Marshal 4 WILMA MCLAMB Came an and letlx bejriendx, I rlrmll like la be ignored 'Cause when 1,711 lalking In rrrvxell I'rr1 realli' zferl' hnrerl. MARTHA MARIE MELTON Yeaxing if .11arlhu'.v middle mmze, She'll grow up In prlpularfrurze. Choir 3, Home Economics' Club 2, Science Club 1 ROBERT ALLEN MELTON .'1rnh1't1'0u.r, detnmiried, bulfull nffull. U-vnu wan! ajinefellaw, Bnb'.v the une. Debating Club 1, Thespians 1, 2, 3, 4 QV.-Pres. 3, Pres. 3, 41, R.O.T.C. Band 1, Latin Club 1, 2 CPres. 1, 21, Forum Club 2, 3, English Club 1 CPres.D, R.O.T.C. 2, 3, 4, Glee Club 2, 3, 4 fSec.-Treas. 31, Musical .Appreciation Club 3, Cheerleader 3, 4, Hi-Y 1, 2, 3, 4 fPres. 1, 2, V.-Pres. 1, 3, Sec. ZH, Co- ordinating Committee 1, 2, 3 fTreas. 21, Gra-Y Advisor 3, Student Legislature 1 , Vice-Presidentjunior Class, Homcroom Chairman 3, Student Court Judge 3, Social Marshal 3, Chief Marshal 4, Executive Council 4, Clerk Student Court 3, Ten- nis 2, 3, 4, "Naughty Marietta,'," New Moon" 3, Honor Cadet, Company SA" 2, Declamation Contest 1, Delegate State Hi-Y Congress 2, Delegate N.C.S.S.C.C. 4, l'Best Foot Forward," State Tenor Solo Winner 3, " Red Milli' l 431- Sulberlpztives A1051 Dqber1a'f1l1le WVINIFRED HARRISS and RICHARD G.Ax1.Pu1N Class Babies MELLIE BARLOXYE and FRANKLIN GRAIIM1 'IMP 411051 A llzlelic SARAH HENDERSON and UIIMMY PINER Superlatives qt! Aflost Nonchalanl RACHEL CAMERON and GEORGE IIUNES QWW M3 Aflost fVIz'schz'eUous MEI,LIE BARLONVE and CONLY ROGERS 4 45 I Bfggfst F!1'rt.v NANCX' XVINNINGHAM and HUGII EVANS ROSE MARIE MELTON Tour sweet smile and wirzsome way Grow more lovely evqv day. Physical Education Club 1 HENRY A. MERCER He has a nature quite unknown,- By .vilmt deed: the great are grown. Latin Club 1, 2, 3, 43 R.O.T.C. 2, 3 ROBERT JACKSON MERCER He tends to his bluinesx, through all slrrfr, HE: buxibl planning a nmxl usqjirl lgr. R.O.T.C. 2 ANNIE ELIZABETH MERRITT Whereverryou find her :his alwayx bury. IV: :omrtimex wander :hz ever gets dizzy. Homeroom Chairman 23 Library Club 3, 4 SENIORS 46 CARYWAY MERRIT S1125 always mrrry, Shz'.v always gay, Doyou know her? She ix Caglway. French Club 1 QSecretaryJ MARION LeROY MEYLAND Rqv is a bqy who likex lnflyq He lravr: the earth to explore llza shy. Klick Club lg R.O.T.C. 2, 3 GAYHART ROBERT MILLER Llfis ajzxt ana' all thing: show itq I thought .ro once, but now I know it. Arts and Crafts Club 3, 4g Scribblers, Club 4g Taxidermy Club 43 O'Henry Literary Society 45 Klick Club 4: Basketball 45 Wildcat 4 QReportcrDg Gym lg Track 4g R. O. T. C. 2, 3 -IOHN VERNON MILLIKEN M 'In .wry littlf and perform rnufh I: thx' ulrarartrr IJ lrur .grratnrs.x." .IUNE MISENHEIMER Blonde curl: and gre: of blue, A beaulyul .fmilz thatls alwavx true. IULIA MOONEYHAM 1121 charming way: and winning .rmilc Make knowing julia fddlbl worth whilz, Glee Club 2g "Naughty Mariettau 2 I SENI ELOIS Sh: xludicx, Jlzf: lcindg Shrlr ax .twirl aryou willjind. BRIAN WINSLOW MULLINIX Chmmrm .rrnxr ix gona' fn haw, bu! nrzw le! it mann yan, Far than it might drpnzre 'vnu tj the foolixh thing: it ixfun In dn. Latin Club 1, 2, 3 CPresident 234 Football 2, 3, 4g Basketball 1, 2g R. O. T. C. lg Wildcal 4 CSports Editorlg Rcd Cross Homcroom Chairman 4 WILLIAM FRANK MURPHY .I Qjark-rgjlnll-1raa'f.f, rxcellml In .mmf- Parlirulrzrl 1' in making a rfrlain Dal hum. Homcroom Chairman 1, 25 R. O. T. C. 2, 3, 4g Spanish Club 25 Ofhcers' Club 4: Legislature 4 FAYE NICHOLS .fl fan' will: qlarlnfn' nwrifrffzlzl, Sqft .rm1'lm' hr human kmdnrn' hrnl. Basketball I, 2, 3, 4, Softball 2, 3g Physical Education Student Leader 4 MAUDE NOE .Shf dam' hcr :han qf rpreadling-fqp' Pbr .the lx willy,.fr1'ena'lv, and cqv, Glcc Club 2, 3, 4, Operettas 2, 3, 45 Chorus I, 2, 3 .Uarzrxfrxflllfjfrzal ana' ,llfdeclflawrr qf nable rhamcler. Hi-Y 2, 3, 4g Marshal 4g R. O. T. C. Band 1, 2, 3, 4g National Honor Society 3, 4 114 ANNA MAE MOORE .. Sh: look: so young, crmjfree, anrl gay, Tb help xommnr, :hill gn oul qf her waj. French Club 2g Diversified Occupatio ELLA VIRGINIA MOORE Hn fart lla: neun .rhowrz ur warg lVr alwar: hale lo .ree har ga. Bible Club 4 BETTY LOU MORROW "Mulli,'1limlirm is zfexalian, diuixian ir ax badg 771: Rule qf Tlzrrf puzzle: me, and pmrlicf drirrx mr Home Economics' I 3 Latin Club lg Physical Ed Homeroom Representative 4 PRESTON MORSE lV1'll makr zach lmur twice fi: lang, and ezwf no need R. O. T. C. 2, 3 ORS ns4 mad." ucation Club 1 Ya live will: leixurr evefv day, and nmerlfrel or worry, for luugy, i 7l 1 E I I ,r CAROLYN NURNBERGER Alwaysfriendbf andfull zjfung Her good humor is surpassed by none. Musical Appreciation Clubg Spanish Club 35 Choir 2, 3 BETTY LOU O'MASTER 'LPunkm" was .filling upon a sheU, Hal she wasn'l all hi' hzrxelfq For wilh her flersonalilv and energy :lure She hasfriend: and-friends galore, O'Henry Literary Society 3, 45 Thespians' Club 3, 45 Seribblers' Club 3, 45 French Club 2, 35 Hi-Y Club 45 Home Economics' Club lg Senior Class President 45 Wildcat Assistant Circulation Manager 35 lVilrlml Reporter 45 HANOVERIAN Assistant Managing Editor 45 "Sixteen in August" C-Iunior Playjg "Best Foot Forward" 31 Declamation Contest 1, 2, 45 HLittle Minister',4 fStudent Direetorlg Hi-Y Minstrel 45 junior-Senior Dance Committee 35 Senior Play 4 LAURA BELLE ORMSBY 'Irur lnzfvfurzfss, lj rnrrzfrlrlrli' rmrlrrslnnfl Cnrrsulx alum' in zlnzng -gnuzl. TOMMY ORRELL Quirli rmrl lzwlr, haplrv and gqrr, .1 smile for all who mme his lvrrr. R.O.T.C. 2: Homcroom Chairman 3 SENIORS r t s 'C , U - is I fri . R' :gal i f W., E QF il 48 ADOLF OTERSON, AIR. To krww anrl nal lo do is .rrmzllg He knows, he does-he :harnzs us all. NELLIE OWEN We like her hnnesl, clean culfau, Like slerling silver, arldjine spun lace. Stedman High Schoolg Latin Club 3, 45 Biology Club 35 Homemakers' Club 1 DORIS PADGETT Her marry charms she mnnol hide Frnm us, who like her, she tried. MARTHA PADGETT Alarlha has a prelyf name And rlainlvfealures that are lhe srnne. Home Economics 1, 2, 35 Glec Club 25 "Naughty Marietta BOBBIE FAITH PADRICK Lillie girls are made of sugar and spice, And lhis one is parlicularbl nice. Softball 3, 45 Home Economics' Club 45 Bible Club 4 H KENNETH IRVING PADRICK Happy am I, rom cure l'm free Why Gfillll all mnlenled like mei' l gm , JAMES GRAHAM PAGE A lmndro lr, rrtixtir rapablf on , I'Vho'J full of l,IOIIg'll.f and lnls of fun. Thi-Spians Club 4, Hi-Y 4, Arr Club 1, Latin Club 2, 3,7 R.O.T.C. 2, 3, 4: Art Award Poster Contest lg Art Editor HANOVERIAN 4 GLADYS PALMETER rl quirl wqr, and n Ivinning .rrm'lz, lieeltu' lim mln fur! in rfvlz. DORIS 'IEAN PARRISH .Sbrinux blur Uv: and 11 Iirry fmmef DnmI.'ij'.7n1n is my name. CORNELIUS THEODORE PARTRICK Fun undjmlic ir Nral': aim: Breaking hmm' hirfavorilz gamr. Latin Club I, 2, Officers' Club 4, Glee Club 1, 2, 45 Hi-Y 3, 4 Social Marshal 45 Secretary-Treasurer Freshman Class Homeroom Chairman 1: Football 2, 3, 45 Track 3, 45 R.O.- T.C. 2, 3, 4 fBattalion Commander 433 "H. M, S. Pinaforef' Heide Trask Trophy 3 SENIORS PATRICIA ANNE PAULI. Pnl is .mvrrl and zlrhnrmirrf .I lax: zu rqfmrlluzq ax lln' aulumn mr. Latin Club 2, 35 Red Cross Chairman 2 ROBERT JAMES PAULI. A gmllrmrzn-fron: .mul In nnwn: .1 lruerfflend mul!! no! bv-fuurzd. I ROBERT CALVIN PENNINGTO X Ilr'.r mmrrl in purlhr1.v'. In ffl-ffllfffllfl .rmcm',' IV: Hrzd in hir malrr up Thor: lmil: lhal endmr. X HOWARD PEPPER II: has a mqv ahnul him Tlmljuxl cuff! br hmlg - U vnu hnzvrrff mf! Hnuvml fnzfrr irzfnr a lrml, X . R.O.T.C. 2, 3 N f, 5,4 if LORENZA WILLIAM PETERSON A My who really is lmulx qffun If Lorman W 1'll1'fmz I'rlPr.mn. MILDRED PIERCE k'lJml'.r" brnuw Uri, lhal are .rn jirrcr, Rnninfl' :mf qj the frmwf zwunn of "M1lrl1rfl I'1fr1r ' Bible Club I, 23 Library Club 3, 4 CVicc-President 3, 431 Home Economics' Club lg Physical Education Club 1, 2 49 M P GERALDINE PINER Cute, xwerl, and mrrgv A future arlixt ix Gerry, Latin Club l5 Arts and Crafts Club 2, 3, 4 CVice-President 2, 3, President 455 O'Henry Literary Society 3, 45 Bible Club 2, 3, 45 Scribblcrs' Club 45 Basketball Team l5 School Property Com- mittcc5 Thespians Property Chairman 35 Baxley's Art Award 2 .IIMMIE PINER Cn-Captain nf nurfrmlhull learn, llir playing is held in high rsleem. Football 2, 3, 4 CCO-Captain 415 R.O.T.C. l, 2 WILLIAM EUGENE PITTMAN Srldnm gloorqv, Seldom sad, Billy ix u hnpfgv lull. Spanish Club 35 R.O.T.C. 2, 3, 4 PEYTON EDWARD PITTS Pevlnn Pill: ir quite a grgv. He'.r an offer in lhe R.0. TC. Tirry blunder .rufe catch hir eye, And hi: ,rmilex come caxuallv. Hi-Y l, 2, 3, 4 CSecrctary ZJ5 Latin Club 1, 25 English Club 2 Officers' Club 45 Secretary-Treasurer Senior Classg Marshal 3 R.O.T.C. 2, 3, 45 lVil1lmt 4 fRep0rtctrj SEN ,V ' . Z V , M y 4 ll , ly l a -Qi :prix W., ' X I ORS RISDEN TYLER PRESSON, IIR. Home from lhe wan, Tyler came bark lo .tthool To finish his education: He eerlaznb' mu: no-fnol, R.O.T.C. Band 1, 2 JOSEPH CARL PRICE J. C. .veemx to get along With a girl we all mll Fllfg Thi: fellaw really gels umunrl, .Need we .ray any mo'.7 Latin Club l, 25 Sergeants' Club 35 Officers' Club 45 Student Lcgislaturc 45 Baseball 2, 3, 45 Basketball I, 45 Football 2, 3, 45 R.O.T.C. 2, 3, 4 ,I ULIA ANN PRIDGEN When :he hear: ajilterbug, Cule little Judy cuts a rug. Girl Reserves 35 Basketball5 Wildcat Staff MAXINE PRIDGEN .1 mice as nun! us rr nighfingnlr, - Will: .vu much lalenl, how Nm shrfeulf Thcspians 2, 3, 45 Glcc Club 2, 3, 45 Latin Club l, 25 "Naughty Maricttaw 25 "New Moonl' 3 OVIPTO K. PRIDGEN Tall, lean, and lanlqv ix our 0. K. Wilh erm' as black ax lar: Thi:-fellnw .vmilex an all the girlx, But lhqv my he'J free .ro far. Homeroom Chairman 1, 35 Latin Club 1, 25 Hi-Y 2, 3, 4 CMinstrelD5 R.O.T.C. 2, 3, 45 Sergeants, Club 45 Wildcal 4 CAssistant Sports Editorl WILLIAM F. QUINLIVAN He'.r happy-go-lucky, Hcrnzyf' .mme Jay, Bu! thefe'.v a lol of eammon .rrnxe benealh hir pose of pluy. Latin Club 1, 25 R.O.T.C. 2, 3 15010 Y l Jllafv is a girl we all admire, A Q ,,,-VV MARY ELLEN YNOLDS i She h 1: the hail: we d like la acquire. Latin Club 1, 2 CSecretary Zjg Hi-Y 2, 3, 4 fSecretary 293 National Honor Society 3, 4 CVice-President 41g Taxidermy Club 3 CSecretaryDg Legislature Representative lg Student Court Judge 4 CChiefDg Homeroom Chairman 3g HANOVERIAN Business Manager 4g Declamation Contest 2, Parent, Student, Teacher Council 3, 4 JOANNE RHODE She har her rlreamx, Sl1e'.r lveazlingfart A prefer! dream of haf1p1'm'.f.t lo laJl. ALBERT RHODES .flllu-rl, with lu: rrrl, red hair, IJ a likahle -gig' Ilia! we .ree all lhe wlulr, Ilr'.v.famnuJ-Inf hir vqnllnnl may zmrl h1'.r-gnllfml .wrnlzx Dcclaination Contest lg R.O.T.C. 2, 3, 4g Spanish Club 3 ANNE ELIZABETH RHODES Thi: lan is quiet and pelile, Bu! :he's lol: nffun and very sweel. Art Club 45 Glee Club Zg Latin Club 2, 33" Naughty Marietta" SENIORS JEANETTE LOUISE RHODES A rpray offferkle: and .rparkling QWJJ What :heir thinking, you carfl rurmire. EUGENE FRANKLIN RISLEY He'.r gay, he'.v happy, he'.rjoIl all the while, Ezrefyfrawn he remover quirkdi and replaeex zuillz a rmilr, R.O.T.C. 2, 3, 43 Visual Education I, 2 ALICE RIVENBARK Plengf of pep and gingerbread, Shels talked and talked till .their lumea' red. Bible Club 1, 25 O'Henry Literary Society 2, 35 Klick Club 35 Home-room Chairman lg Diversified Occupations GRACIE ROGERS flmril is one nf lhnxf girls lfhn ha: llle hair will: all zhf uulr. LINA ROGERS A lat of things change, bu! never lhese hung Touffriendly wav: andjour .rweel l'How de da." Homeroom Chairman lg Latin Club 1, 2 CSecretary 23: Hi-Y Club 3, 45 Taxidermy Club 35 National Honor Society 4 MARION ROGERS Thi: is the alhlele lhg: all call " Tinkj," Heir an the ball and quick as a winky. R.O.T.C. 3, Football 3, 4, Baseball 2, 3, 4, 5g Basketball 3, 4, 5 I 51 I If :ME I 1 COLLEEN ROOKS "Hrnmth hrr lam hal glnwrd Ihr wmllh Ofximplr llmuh' and ruxln' lzmlllif' Atkinson Hi 'li School: Softball Team 1: Glcc Club lg Homm- S Economics' Club lg Class Play 1 'IANE ROPER .Yam rnn lzliixf llfr body. Ihi: Img' mul llml,' .War rrnllm' :J 11 wp' lafrnlrd armhul. Talent Show DAVID GLYN ROSE ,Val mary' hqvx rnmlvzm' ru hr Such jmrufr qf zffrxzzlililv. BETTY ANNE RUSSELL Srrmx lik: l'm alzlvqyx "nn thy fly," a million lliifzvqx In dn, Bu! gre, 1'vr .vlill gal lnl: qf time In .flop and clml uiiih vnu! Hi-Y Club 3, 4 CVice-President 474 Scribblers' Club l, 2, 41 O'Henry Literary Society 1, 2, 4: Latin Club 1, Z1 The-spians 1. 2: Red Cross Representative SE I ,V ..:, 3:5 ill r , E .v in l ' 'l ist.. W"w. Q..-5' I 1,51 td I I 52 OR MARTHA R USSELL 'I ln' mlb' rliyrnc-for lfrzxxrll it huxllf, l'?vr .llarlha if Hiazvatha, Sinn? num' nf fhzsr mil Il'lI .njice lo mv 5l1a'.r uzvlulfr rulr. Latin Club, 1, 2 MARGARET SALMON Rm! wrzillh ix found llrffz rlnufn wilhln. H'hfrf rm um' flu can rlflfrl. .lnd tlmfr whrfejwulrr a rnillimlnnrf- lI'.rAfr1'rrld.f llml ,vnu rnllrrl. Art Club 1, 2: Scribblcrs' Club 3g Spanish Club 3 IEERTHA LOUISE SANDERS .S"1r'.v njnlly, llrligllfful Jenni: girl. 'Ulf kind-vnu lik: In mke-fm u whirl. Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 4 IOSEPHINE SCHULKEN 'linv'i- Hmngf and prnfflf lrmk zljfferfnl fwfr rrari IH I fwfr nr 'rr rmr rhangr ubrmlAi'a11r fnmflxlllfr, np' rlmn. Latin Club 2, 3g Girl Rcscrvvs BARBARA INIAE SCOTT lln rlqvr arf mfrrr. and full of hlim, HN winning mqva' we m'1'l rfnsl. Latin Club 1, 2: Bible Club 4: Arts and Crafts Club 4 Home Economics' Club 4 .IUANITA SEM' Tn you we give Ill: .frninf fwizzf' For an rvjul :gf-you it good-for .mfr qws. Latin SE IORS 1 -IEAN SHANDS .S'uwl, prim. will: lim' hundr, We llltr lin' blnmlr named jmn Slrnmli. Thespians I, 2, 3, 4: Scribblers' Club lg Latin Club l, 2: Il'1'lrlmI Staff 1 REBECCA SIMMS l'11'urinu.r Hrrlj' zxjllll ryfun llfzlh ri xmilr and l'l1ell0"4fnf pwtygnf, Latin Club l, 2 fTreasurerlg I-Iomeroom Chairman l: Red Cross Chairman 25 Student Legislature 1, 3 KATHRYN SLAUGHTER .S'rm'nf, rmzrzklrrfllx. .rtm1'gl1Uorzuurd loo, Iiullfrlvfx u Imrjrlmd llmmlqll and lhnmgh. Latin Club 2, 33 Library Club 4g Homeroom Chairman I FAY ELIZABETH SLOAN .S'l1f'x nnnrlmlanl, .rlzflx zuafp'-lrr,r,' lfhal shrlx llllnkmg uv lirwr gllrrx. Arts and Crafts Club 2. 3 fSecrc-tary 393 Thespians 4: Bible Club 4g Basketball ADDISON ROMAINE SMITH 711111 .rlnzv :milf Nm! llqhl: lrzirfarr illaltrr you know lu' lllinkr tlzr world 1'.r a prellvfnr plum, Latin Club I, 2 CTreasurer ll: Spanish Club 3: Klick Club lg English Club 2: R.O.T.C. 2, 3, 4g Wilzlfal Assistant News Editor 43 Visual Education 1, 2, 3, 4 CHARLES E. SMITH I.'lmrl1'r uwmlfl lmzir 11: think llml ful: all mku' and lznnxwur lful rw knuu' Ilml zlmlrrnmtll 11 all llfrrfr Lgnazl nl' mmmun .vrrur 53 ELIZABETH SARAH SEIGLER .'llz1'rrv5 hnpllgr, and alwqy: fwzfl: Tu know thi: brmriv lair is a real lrml. f - Homeroom Chairman 1 BARBARA SELLERS Hn flignllv ir nfzfrr rnld, llnfr1'mdlir1r.m' ix :ww bald, Club 1, 2: Thespians 4: H"1'lflml Staff 4 ' W A x , X U A , e KATHRYN SELLERS - .-. Q Pnixfd and mlm, ,fhf M5111 hu grnllf Iuriyx 3 Q E' 7 lfmugli all lmuhlrr, llzmugh fzifgr stormy zlrlv. I V 5 National Honor Society 3, 4 I X r ,JEROME SHAIN n - .7umn1r'.r zz fm! lim' wiv, 4 X V2- And of him zmfll :min lim A S I- N ' ll n l X 1 x ' 5. I K a x ' 'X 3 f Q X - AK A Q L 3 l ' f .E fi L W. 4 I I 'W .5 .N i A A , T ' V .T S x l ' ' E s. I t fs , N K Q A , A i v I ,I I li i 1,1 P 'HN 3 FAYDENE SNIITH lfiivzlnzf' .S'nn'Ill lmx lmxlng mum,- 'Ulnrl Illnl'f 11 fad from Snnfx .'1lnnn1m'." Girls' Reserves 3, Thespians' Club 4, Basketball 1, Advertising Staff Wilzlrrzt 4 HARRY LEE SMITH, JR. -S'rriu11s,Y1'r:, lm! in ln: Vw !l1rn".v ri glmfng lflmn lmnmr'.v amzmzl lw'.r "un llzf l1mrn," Football 2: R.O.T.C. 2, 3: Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4 PHYLLIS SMITH Culnl rnzd.fIi1,rl11'nq, afrirfzdli' grin. Will: her de'l1'rn1z'nn1z'1m .rl1r'.r lmnnzl In win. Meadville High School, Girl Reserves 1, 2, 3, 4 KVice-President 2, 33, Hi-Y 4, Latin Club 2, 3 fSi-cretary 2, President 31: Captain Girls' Swimming Team 2: Captain Volley Ball Team 2, -Iunior Red Cross Representative 3 -IO ANNE SNEAD .7n1lv'x rl girl wlm ir rule and wwf,- Oni' like' lwr is llrml lu bmi. Hi-Y 1, 2, 3, 4 fViee-President 31, Hi-Y Co-ordinating Com- mittee 3, Latin Club 1, 2 CPN-sident 11, Telephone Directory 3, 4 CViee-Chairman 3, Chairman 41, Handbook Advertising Manager, HANOVIERIAN Staff Managing Editor 4, Hi-Y Minstrel 2, 3, 4, Homeroom Chairman 2, 4, Gra-Y Advisor 4, Iudicial Marshal 3, 4, junior-Senior Uance Committee 3 ' CTieket czhail-mam , WL... 1 V l SENIORS CHARLES LAWRENCE SNEEDEN W'lvri -you mrnlian dfpfndubililyw Chafli: if the grgii, H"ifh character and .vfrvicr shining in hi: rye. R.O.T.C. Band 3, 4 ELEANOR SNEEDEN Br lag' Jnfrizliniar, I advirz, lJon'I blanif-1fmu'.rf'U and llzinkwpvnu xliizk: IF: vrgv wire In rmlizz That reslinglv n par! nf work. Home Economics' Club, Klick Club PATTY SOUTHERLAND ,-1 rml .vlza,nuj'Sm1Ihrrn las: lVlm I: an atlmcliw number nf llie '47 Clzzxr. Latin Club 1, 2 CSecretary 21, O'Henry Literary Society 1, 2, 3, 4, Thespians 1, 3, 4, Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, President Freshman Class, Student Legislature 3, Homeroom Chairman 3, Social Marshal 4, Sponsor Company "AU 4, Cheerleader 2, 3, 4, Assistant Business Manager HANOVERIAN 4, 'SBest Foot Forward," May Court .IIMMIE POWELL sP1vEY Clmr rulfmlurzs, rmrl a nature strong and willing, Ilrrzfx luvruurjulzue and a Ive nfjqyfugilling. Latin Club 1, 2, Officers, Club 4, R.O.T.C. 2, 3, 4, Battalion Distinguished Cadet 2, Honor Cadet 3, Sgt. Charles P. Smith Cup 3 1 M MARY KIEANETT SPOONER lVlten wifi: imrrrluin, and in daulll, She addr 11 f imdbiw which lirlps III out. Q Q, - irl Reserves 3 REGINALD W. SPOONER V Sf: the manly-facr, the clear and honrrl gifs, HN: ilu hnpe nfgfnrmlinnx, lhe one we zuish "Hon Vqvngff' Bible Club 3 1541 xg, . SENI JOSEPHINE STILLMAN jo clan' her par! from day In day ,Ind nlfzrmmtr all obxtafles In her wav. VIVIAN STEVENS A gnod-hfarlrd gal uv all agfff: H .S'h:,.r nn: of Ihr hex! from hnkfarmly Hn. BETTY STONE Sh: don hn work, bu! lovr: In play,- We woula'n'l wirh her analher way. EARL KIERNAN SWANN A dfpzndablz lad, true and quid, :I ffalffifnd, um can't duly il. Hi-Y l, 2, 3, 4 fMinstrell,-judicial Marshal pi, C SWART , lllnmlz blur-ever! r air With zz high I Q thaf: unuxzfullr mn. -IEANNINE STANLEY , ,f , Hi-Y 1, 2, 3, 4 CPresident 1, Treasurer 2l, OlHenry Literary Society 1, 2, 3, 4, Thespians 2, 3, 4, National Honor Societwf 3, 4: Latin Club I, 2 fsecretary 25, Editor Wilflral 4, Telephone Directory Typist, Chairman Junior Prom 3, Forum Club 2, 3, Scribblers' Club 4 STEVE STEFANADIS .-I rlefjz, rumbling laugh, lhrn Slrzv rnllr info J-imv. If you wan! rm all-rnluid rhafaclrr then hr'.r Ihr mlm ffvrrrnu. Latin Club I, 2 CTreasurer 1, 21, English Club l CTreasurerl: Klick Club: Homeroom Chairman 2, 33 R.O.T.C. 2, 3, 4, W ilfiml Reporter 4 PRINCESS ANNE STELLINGS Shr gon' dawn llffr palllwav Samelimm' Jfrmur, .mmehmer gay. O'Henry Literary Society I, 2, 3, 4, Latin Club I, 2, Hi-Y 1, 2, 3, 4 CVice-President 25, Arts and Crafts Club 3, Thespians' Club 2, 3, 4, Spanish Club 3,judicial Marshal 2, 3, 4, Wildcat Circulation Manager 1, 2, 3, 4, Hi-Y Minstrel 2, 3, 4, Hi-Y Co-ordinating Committee 3, 4 CPresident 42, Gra-Y Advisor 4, Vice-Chairman Telephone Directory 4 FRITZ DOUGLAS STELLIIES, JR. Iffoml ,rhnulzlrrr and a a'arhlnq .rmilre lVhen Frilg wink: al-you if makcr life wnrth mhilr. Monogram Club 4, Hi-Y 2, 3, 4 CVice-President 45, Marshal 4, Football 3, 4, R.O.T,C. 3, 4 ORS WJ fZfMJ?4fWZ , gjrnrr k h ij, A I ' 1' e ran'l e bfal. . R.O.T.C. 2, 3, 4 WILLIAM HENDRICK SWART lVe'z'e bran told lhal he llaxfrimrlly qw: , V .lnfl u qfmlnrrs hrhiml llzrrn ll1al'r hrml In zlzrqrnrr. Football 55 l 7 2 Aflost Uriginal SARA KAY .IORDAN and O. K. PRIDGIZN Supe Nlost I.I'lx'6l1' lu Succeed XVINIFRED HARRISS and -RICHARD flAI.PIllN 56 ln cztives Best All Around SARA KAY JORDAN and NE.fXI. PARTRICK Ms,,,.,,W, .Gm 57 Witl1'e5t MELLIE BARI.0YN'E and CUNLEY RfJflI'1RS 7 M I ,r 'fs 1 I li .J I l 1 lx' xx 3 SYBIL TANNER She'5 :mall and mir wilh hair of rrdi lx lhfrr anything rlxr lhal nord he .taia'.' Latin Club 1, 2, Home Economics' Club 35 Klick Club 3g Scribblers' Club 3, 4 CPresident 43, Choir 2, English Club 2 fSecretarylg W'ila'fa! Reporter 4g Circulation Staff 3, 4, Christmas Cantata GRACE TAYLOR Sh: fhnoxfs In hirle brhinrl a quiet :rnflz The thing: in lif: .rhr-hndx warlh while. Library Club 2, 3, 4, Latin Club 3, 4 'IOYCE TAYLOR Shelf rule and ,vwfrl And rzally hard In hral. Diversified Occupations 3, SHIRLEY TAYLOR 4 Shi: .mnmthing zuholrmmr, rlmrz. andjinr, Uhr dmpr rj' dew and bright xunrhirzr. SENIORS -iss E. A. THOMAS E. A. Thomas' is a handxomz lad, And when il mmm lnfricnrllinfm he raft: "nal bad." Latin Club 1, 2 CVice-President 2lg Homeroom Chairman 3, Basketball 2, 3, 4, Baseball 2, 43 R.O.T.C. 2, 3, 4 MILDRED THOMAS lVe xr: her making home light: brighl, And .ringing as .rhz gong She .rprfads mor: joy and .vunxhinf Than anybody knows. , ' Latin Club 1, 2, Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Hi-Y 3, 4 QSecretary 3, President 43, Bible Club 4g Sophomore Representative, HH. M. S. Pinaforegw l'Naughty Mariettag' " New Moonu J. L. THORPE Sfnx1'livr.frim1llJ', alhlflir, and kind, A: a rnan or .rchool bay hill dojustjine. Football 3, 4, R.O.T.C. 2, 3 LeROY C. TOWLES LIRILV ha: good lraitx galore, Bu! if: his wgffne manner: lhal wr all adore. Basketball 2, 3, 4, Baseball 2, 4, Latin Club 2, 3 fljresident 2lg R.O.T.C. 2 BARBARA TRULOVE Wire :ure U one thing, Bobbie, Tou've enriched our high .rchuol dar: Withbvaur dark hair and sparkling qc: And fascinaling ways. Sacred Heart Academyg Latin Club 4, Homeroom Chairman 33 Red Cross Chairman 2, Red Cross Committee 4 HENRY TRULOVE Henry is misrhieuoux, But ran be serious, too: So will lake hirn any day Berausf hz is .to " Tru." Hi-Y 1, 2, 3, 4 CPresident 35, Latin Club 1, 2 fSecretary 23, Manager Football 1, 2, 3, Baseball 2, Basketball 2, 3, 43 R.O.T.C. 2, 3, 4, Student Court judge 4 le T M PERCY F. TWIFORD Our hay, Perqrv, ir veg! .rmartq On the rnad tn .rarcexs he has a good start. Holy Trinity High School 5-I unior Holy Name Society CPresidentJ ii.. , SOPHIA VERZAAL jar! mention the job and it'.f good as done When Sophie? behind ilfif: even-f1m,' She'.v .vwrel,frizndU, kind, and true, This Sophia gal with eye: of blue. Library Science Club 2, 3, 4 CVice-President 3Jg Arts and Crafts Club 3, Spanish Club 3, Assistant Homeroom Chairman 3, "Sixteen in August," Diversified Occupations 4 HERMAN VICK Forryaur-fr1'endIhip we thank our lurkj starry We couldn't,hnd a better one we took a Inf to Mars. Charles L. Coon High School, Wilson, North Carolinag Baseball 1, 25 Football 2. N. H. H. S. Baseball 3, 4g Football 3, 45 -Iohnny Schmidt Trophy QBaseballJ 3 CHARLOTTE RAY WALKER Sweetnexx, rouriey, xemire, tact, Shir muxlered there and thal'.v afatt. 4 SENIORS EDNA WALKER A melodiou: voice, lovel 11 red curls, Shelf a prize among all girlr. Latin Club, Choir 2, 3, 4 RONNIE THOMAS WALKER R0nnie'J intererled in 0ff0YlH1lll-IL' We may him thefllghls He'll lake around thi: great old world,- We, too, would like to .ree the .r1'ght.r. Football 2, 3 fjunior Varsityjg Basketball 2, 3 fjunior Varsitylg R.O.T.C. 2, 3, 4, Wildcat Reporter 4g Glee Club 4 EVELYN WALKUP A :law rrnile, but oh, ro true! Her lqvaltx- and love reaflz through and through. Debating Club 1, Bible Club 35 Spanish Club 43 Scribblers' Club 3, 4: Homeroom Chairman Ig Choir 1, 2 DAVE FRANKLIN WALLACE Hy not taking risks I've mined a lol of-fung The thingx I regret most Are lhoxe I hazren't done. Shore High School, Cleveland, Ohiog R.O.T.C. 35 Hi-Y 4 BETTY WALTER Smoolhnexx and glamour, afgure .ro rhif, .Szharkling vimeity, personality sleek. High Point High School, Legislature, Thespians 1, 2, 3, 4g O,Henry Literary Society 3, 45 Latin Club 1, 2, French Club 3, 45 Scribblers' Club 2, Homeroom Representative 1, 45 Drum Majorette 1, 2, 3, 45 Wildcat Reporter 1, 2, 3, 43 "Best Foot Forwardf' S'Thc Little Ministeri' BRENDA ,1oYc1-3 WARD We all are proud to :aj we knew A girl rjxurh good traits arjoa. Fair Bluff High Schoolg Music Club 3, Glec Clubg Vice-Presidentllunior Classg Marshal 3gjunior Play 3 l 5 591 th ,rf I . ,V VI l i l. ll 4 I V7 'HN 3 L 'H - CLARA JUNE WARD Silver bell: and starry xpangle: l think al when I .ree her, Shfll dance her way around the world Andfortune 'twill bring her. Declamation Contest 1, 2, 3, 4 WILLIAM R. WARD IU witty remark: I have an unlimited .rtoreg I'm uxually in trouble But I havefun galore. Spanish Club 33 R.O.T.C. 2 GENE WARREN K'Sra0p," the editor nf nur " W'ildtat,', Is alwqv:-friendbr, never high hat. Club 3g "Naughty Mariettaf' "Maker of Dreamsf' , 3 I Latin Club 1, 2 CPresident ll, Hi-Y l, 2: Art Club, Home-room Chairman, R.O.T.C. 2, 3, Diversified Occupations 43 Wildml Stafi fPublicity Director and Editor-in-Chiefj AU DREY LEE WATERS The mute ta a man'.r heart, Thi: .vtylish blonde did ray, lx not through hi: stomach But hy a mare direct way. Bible' Club l, 2g Diversified Occupations 4 SENIORS 160 ROBERT NIXON WESTBROOK "Pea: porridge hat, peas ,harridge rnld" . . . Rabertlr a gund Jport, .tn we've been told. Homeroom Chairman 2, R.O.T.C. 2, 3, 4 BETTY WHITE .S'l1e'.f-friendlv, tl1ere'.v no duubl, I'd .thaut it frurn a .rteeplef just .tpeak In Betty. hear her fry: "Hi there! Haw are you people." Latin Club 1, 2g Diversified Occupations 4 BETTY LOUISE WHITMAN lVe just lane Whitman candy, And Betty Lauire ix also a darrrlr. Girl Reserves 4 B. CARLTON WILLIAMS, JR. He playsfuntball and has ri wav with girlxg And, nh, .vurh beautiful sqft blonde rurl.r! Basketball 3, 4: Football 4 I US VVILLI XM? Ilfre'.v 41 .girl me ull allure, We'rf .tprezhlrxs nml um ,rar nn more. Home Economics' Club 1, 2, 3: Choir 1. 2. 3 PATRICIA MAE CPATJ WILLIAMS Life would lose it.f 'ffiazfurf' . And he very dull, ton, If penple like ur d1'dn't knnu' Penple like you. Latin Club 2, 3: Bible Club 4g National Honor Socin-ty 3, 4 Student Legislature 4 QA' 1 ,,.,... GEORGIA LEE WILLIAMSON Maj ly? alwqysjind-vou a happy girl loo .3 For no one could be more a'e.ren'ing lhanyou. Physical Education'Club lg Y-Teens 4g Volley Ball 45 Softball 2, 3, 43 Basketball 3, 4g Bowling League 4 CSccretaryJ I .IOAN WILLIAMSON -Yuxtffiend In friend l'fl like lo say: 1l'1'-folk: likejou alang llffs may Wim qlzv lo lffz lhal 'irprcial lourlzn That maker il mean .va new much. Choir 2, 3, 4: Homeroom Chairman and Vice-Chairman 2, 3g Red Cross Chairman 2 ARTHUR REXFORD WILLIS A lall, dark R.0,T.C. mall, A friendly mzmlur af the qffrers' vlan, Hi-Y 1, 2, 3. 4 fMinstrel 3, 415 I-Iomcroom Chairman lg Smyrna High School 1, 2, 33 Basketball 2, 35 Baseball I, 2, g Play 1, 2, 3, Homeroom Chairman 1 fSecretaryl5 N. H. H. . Oflicers' Club 4g R.O.'I'.C. 2, 3, 45 Football 3 TOMMY WILLIS Laughing, lalking,full of play. Wurkiag well, he gon hi: wav. 3 S Basketball 43 Baseball 4 'SENIORS 4 ALICE XVILLIS In lhlf fart I .rrf llrmnr, lmlll, and lqrnlly. FRANCIS GLENN WILSON A mrrgr laugh, a lmuiitflring Jmilf, just male Qf him a bay QI' Jlylf. ROBERT WILSON His ratlwr rliiscllirzviilr. Bu! dzlnminfd ln 1m'n,' IVF hnfwe that hir .rllzirfl lI"ill ne1fz'rgiz'f' in. 'I'hc-spians I, 2, 3, 4, Scribblers' Club 2, 3, 4g Sergeants' Club 3g Officers' Club 4g Latin Club 1, 2, Rifle Team 3, 41 R.O.T.C. Band 1: R.O.T.C. 2, 3, 4: I1f'1'ldrat Reporter 4, "The Late Christopher Bean" 2: 'gSixteen in August" 3 MIKKI GLORIA WINBURNE .Har Ihr mafri' 1'far.r ahma' hung .mrrsllilzfvvnzlr war, Arml may rfvrrfzglzfriflf hr1'gl1lfnn1r1i,w' .rfnrarl rlirrr llrmuglr win dar. Latin Club 1, 23 Library Club 3, 4, Bible Club 4 BOB WINN .1 fall, nii.frh1'e:v111s.g1lr lfha mrmagrd Ihr-fnniball lnzln: lVf Ihirzk Ihr unnrld af hzm, Hfx really "an Ihr beam." Baseball 1, 2, 44 Football 2, Football Manager 4, Basketball Nlanager 4g Art Award 3 NANCY WINNINCHAM I'm aflrr Ihr bird Ilia! brnuvqlzlynu, Cn! a medal la pin an hi: cheslg Of all the penplr zufzif hnozun Tnu are onr af lhe best. O'Henry Literary Society 1, 2, 3, 4g Thespians 2, 3, 4 fSecre- tary 45, Hi-Y 4g Forum Club 1, 2, 3 fSecretary 375 Band 1, 25 Bible Club 3, Latin Club 1, 2g Wildcat Staff 4: HANOVERIAN Staff 44 Telephone Directory Committee 3, 4 QAdvertising Manager 43, Declamation Finals 1 lffll 'vs MARGARET WEYBURN WOODWARD gfshe has afault we do nal know it, f .fhe': ever angry she dne: not show it. Granite Falls High School ANDREW THOMAS WRENCH A .rtudinus wqy, A deep resounding vaiee, He'll gafar in this world, You ran depend on our chaise. Forum Club 33 Homeroom Chairman 2g Track Team 3, 4g R.O.T.C. 2, 3 GLADYS NAN YANDLE Nan .rurebv is a zuandedul girl With virtue: by the xcore, And the nnbf Uknockingn .vhe'll ever hear I: the knocking qffriend: at her door. Covington High School CReporter5g Latin Club 1, 2g Bible Club 45 Glee Club 3g Choir Cantata 2 BETTY WELLS YOPP You make lye .meh a pleasure, Tau .ret .rome new sgvles In good luck and guudfortune In gladnen' and in xrniles. Hi-Y 3, 4 CSecretary 455 Latin Club 1, 2 fTreasurer 255 French Club 3, 4 fTreasurer 3, 453 Thespians, Club 45 Glee Club 2, 3, 4g Bible Club 3g Arts and Crafts Club 35 Music Club 3 fVice-President5g Homeroom Chairman 15 Handbook QAd- vertising Committee5g Telephone Directory Typist 4g '4New Moongl' "Naughty Mariettaf' HRed Millg' Choir 1, 2, 3 SENIORS SENIORS FOR WHOM PICTURES DO NOT APPEAR GEORGE BENSON Happy, Jineere, and raxj to meel. Dan t-you lhink thal'.r hard to beat? EDWARD COLEY He'.v a eorucientious .mul I Fitfor any rrmjnr role. - omeroom Chairman 15 R.O.T.C. 2, 3 ll l ' HILDA .IOSEPHINE EDWARDS H Kind and thoughtful, - Sweet and true, ' Hildalr a real friend Through and thmugh. I 1 it-I ff , 25' ioz CHARLIE HARRINGTON Charlie Harrington does love to play, But zfyou need help he'.f ready any day. Latin Club 1, 2, 3, 4 fTreasurer5g R.O.T.C. 1, 2 BILLY MASON A sure :carer an lhe basketball squad, A hay who greets all with a frimdbf nod. Monogram Club 3, 43 Football 3, 4g Basketball Cjunior Varsity lg Varsity 2, 3, 45g R.O.T.C. 2, 3 FINLEY McMlLLAN An all-arnund athlete, We like him Ahrze, and here'.r why: He'.r lall, blzmde, andfriendbf, And a mighgv :well guy. Riverside Military Academy, Georgia, Spanish Club 25 Foot- ball 2, 3, 4, Basketball 1, Track lg Wrestling lg Swimming 25 Rifle Team 4g Latin Club 1, Honorable Mention4All Mid- Southern Football I ROBERT STEWART Boff: nfnalball .rlar With blur-black lmirg H171 gn lhraugh life Wilhaul a cafe. Football 4 55 Rifle Team 3, 49 R.O.T. LOUIS SYKES F itfldbl freckled, na' full offung F21 afazlball hero? Bubbalv Ill: one. C. 2, 3, 4 JOHN WOOTEN Hr mqv be rniJchir:'uu.r rmdfull of lrirkx, B111 lawurdx the right hz alwayx flickr. R.O.T.C. 2. 3 SENIOR I CAROLYN WALKER .I jingle can!! exprexx Huw mush we llvink ryxvnug The deep admiration in mn heart: Wil! have la do. Bible Club 3, 45 Hi-Y 4 DAN WILLIAMS Hz' manage.: earibf la make Caodffirndx, Ili: prrsnnnliyl he bnfrnwx, .ix well ax lsndx. R.O.T.C. 2, 3 Evzfgy minutr ryf our .S'enz'or-ymr was one to be alwqys remembered! IGH W? SM11'0r.r cyf '47f!.' li ' il uniors if gn, its .- we x -i 5, ' . -, .f ,lf , l I 2 f'- 0 A -. l l f ""' N I I wx. x A. 1 -W-.-, . -Q ' 'T ' ' X " 'px ,Os 4 - f A .Nav 'liif . ' N l 'xxx 1 1 ' ,swf M X C'f"'Q'HC "And they lf! lhe gold and silver that has molded lhere for years." Zl7flZ'07f'S JUNIOR CLASS OFFICERS IVIALCOLM CRAWFORD . . . President CATHERINE CROWE . . . . Vice-President ANN POST . . . Sccrclary-Treasurer' wr unior Reminiscences DREAM come true! That's ourjunior year in high school. For three years we have stared longingly at those Senior Steps, and this year some ofthe hraver juniors even did a rush job. It wasn't a success with those almighty seniors guarding them with their lives, hut we tried. Now we're on the crest of the wave that will take us to those coveted steps. Welve had loads of fun! It all started as another year under our very capable class oilicersz Malcolm Crawford, President, Catherine Crowe, Vice-President, and Ann Post, Secretary-Treasurer. Only it wasn't like any other year, for werenit we juniors about the proudest students in high school? Malcolm, serving his second year as our Class President, did a grand job, leading us through our trials and joys with Flying colors. Nothing thrilled us more than measuring for those coveted class rings, onyx set in gold. For days the endless line ofjuniors straggled down the hall to the oflice 'l68l door, each person casting superior glances at the freshmen and sophomores passing. Ourjunior play was a roaring success. We really put a lot of hard work into it, and it came out something to be proud of and to be remembered. One of the high-lights of the year was our junior-Senior Prom. Under the capable guidance of our class officers, we put our shoulders to the wheel to really try to please the seniors. We hope that we did! At the beginning ofthe year we cast aside our childish whims to become really grown-up juniors, to study harder and look more longingly at those Senior Steps. The year has passed quickly, filled with about everything ajunior could want in I f' ' a school year. As the tide carries away our fun-Hlled junior year, we sort of hate to 1 say goodbye, but our senior year is mighty inviting. To have a prom given for u i sounds pretty good, so we head for the sandier shores ofthe senior year with: , U 'f. "Gee, we've had fun!" ' .r . , , n 1 . . If " 1' an . t , 1 ' Q. lf ' x f I 'fi 'ti' fp!!! f fl N ,V ' 1 "ju, In at t J V . f I - 1 XV ,t l69l -711111-IIIIY. ffm 1 y f 1701 go! fuzz? g wi. ,ii--1. ...TW ib Q7- 1 'r 2 5 ,qxqs X V ' i- 'l, -t7'?."' LLQ. .1 it '-- .14 f' 'df' 1 X' VM!! -- .-.-.TNR-f K l,1"l'-. "-i 1' ' Jr" -- . 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VIVIAN SEIGLER: 'LLittle Einstein," petite, dark eyes. PEGGY BENSON: Eye-catching, captain of the ship. CATHERINE POST! Musical, cream puff, disarming. EVELYN GOLDBERG: Angelic, dream gal, feather bob. IULIAN WII.I.IAMs: Casanova, "broken in" Ioafers. BE'I'sv HARRIS: Alluring, dreamy, stardust. EUGENE Hicks: Efficient, intelligent. GERTIE B. MvERs TOMMY I'iAMlL'I'ONI BARBARA clAR'l'ER ANNIE LOU YA'FES 2 Bright eyes, wistful, all smiles. Studious, sandy-haired. : Independent, reliable. lxumorous. : Palaces, gardens, seaslxores. predictable, teasing. MAY HOLTON: Un IJON PIVER: Casanova, athletic, hep cat. PEGGY EPPERSON: On the ball, jumping bean. NANCY GREER: Sloppy sweaters, doll face, serene. ANNE PENTON: Cute, sweet. agreeable. FOWLER LOWE: Sporty, there's always a way. FS ELAINE WARREN: Scotch nap sweaters, freckles, bangs. BOOTIE PENTON: Sweet, personality plus, dependable. .ANNE BENTON: Tomboyish, wavy red hair, alert. RANDOLPPI LOUIS! Wolfish, happy-go-lucky. e 'ljfllffllllll Hll!'l'li,t't' sl 83 l V teran Their vision is lrrelzrr, Expfrfefzre llzfir gain- To bring far lzoriqons, To .rrfw on the main VETERANS Q WILLIAM W. BURNS Transportation Corps, U. S. Armyg Asiatic Pacific Theaterg Bikini Atoll, Operations Crossroads A. B. C1-IEATHAM, JR. S lfc U. S. N. R., II. S. S. .Shrwfld DD 837g Overseas twelve months GEORGE T. FOKAKIS Sgt. Co. K, 127th Inf. 32 Div., Presidential Unit Citationg New Guinea, Philippine, japan GUS T. FOKAKIS MOMM Bfcg Standard Landing Craft Unit No. 40, Okinawa, Ie Shima EDWARD D. FOX S ljeg 7th Amphibious Force, twenty-one months Pacific sea duty on L. C. T. 724 FRANCIS M. FOY U. S. N. R.g S lfc S. K. D.g Personnel Separation Cente , Bainbridge Maryland CHARLES R. GARRETT, ,IR. AMM 3fc, U. S. Navy OTIS LYNN -IEFFORDS S llc, U. S. N. R. VICTOR R. JOHNSON U. S. Naval Reserveg Y 3,fcg Commander Carrier Division No. 24, Honolulu, Hawaii VERNON C. LARSON U. S. N. R., Fireman 1,fc, U. S. Naval Air Station, Green Cave Springs, Florida 4l96l- VET EDWIN R. MARSHBURN U. S. N. R., SC 3fc, Navy Yard, Portsmouth, Va. MACK MARSHBURN U. S. Army WALTER KENNETH PHELPS Signalman Zfc, U. S. N. R., U. S. S. Hardhfad, SS 3653 U. S. S. Piranha, SS 389, Asiatic Pacific Theater GLENN W. SCHENCK U. S. Marine Corps, PFC 9th A. A. A. Bn., Guam DIRK SWART Corporal, U. S. Army, Co. D., 128th Infantry Reg. 32nd Divisiong Philippines, Japan WILLIAM RALEIGH TODD, JR. U. S. M. C. R. PFC 9th Marine Air Wing, Radio Gunner on B-25 JOHN P. WARD, JR. Corps, Aerial Gunner, B-24, Pacific Philippines, Ie Shima, Okinawa, Japan Sgt. Air Theater, THEODORE WEBB, JR. S llc U. S. N. R. ROBERT LEE WHITT PhM 3f'c U. S. Navy GEORGE R. WILLIS, JR. U. S. N. R. I ERANS 1 x s 3 :E QE 2 871 ,Iwi ff? V 5. I 'LA ,1Qf5Zfi ,, .'f' f t"e 7 2 W f f A ,. w, 0 Q N. Y Not with firing of guns And defense of the fort, But protection of honor . 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Secretary Treasurer SERGE TS, CLUB cfARI.'l'0N AGREE FREIJ BAI-IsoN P011 BARIEFOUI' FIJIJY BEI,I, YQOBHIE BENSON BII.I.Y BERRYIIIII, HENRX' BLAKE -IUNNIE BRADSIIANV HARVEY BRl'l"l' c1RADY BROOKS IBHVVEY BROOKSIIIRE BROIJKS BROOMI-1 EDMUND BRUWNING FRANK BRIIQE BII,I.Y BURTON BRAIIEQRD CANTwEI.I, f:HARI.liS CAPPS IKJUIE CILARK BOBBY CLEMMONS .IAMES c1ONAVN'AY -IOIIN D, Mf:CARI,EY. l"1'r.vl Srrgmnl , . . PI'l'Sidt'l1f cC:HARI.ES S. ALEXANDER, F1'r.vl .Swgmral . Vic:--Prcsidf-nt EEE NV. GODXN'lN. l'1!l7'.Yf .S'w'Agf'n11l . . . Sc'CI'c'tzII'y . Tl'L'2lSllI't'I' QI. lj.f:AUSEY. S1'7'4QPIll1f . . . WILLIAM CIROTTS IQUBERT IVJAVIS MUN'I'.AcIIII-1 Dowm ,DONALD IJOXEY HIIGII EVANS IBAVID Fos'I'ER IIUNNIIC GADY IAMI-Ls GII-IsoN 'IALIKIIC GOIJIIEY BIIIY LIORMAN FRANKLIN GRAHAM IIEVVIS HAEKIER CRAIG HAMPTON AIOIIN HARMUN XVALTICR HAI,I, KJLASGOVV HIrzKs NVIIIIAM HIl.I. BRUCE HINQCJN EMORY HOIIIJIQN RAY Hoon LEVY HliA'l'lI GEIIRGE .IIIs'I'Ir:E EARI. KEIALN PIERCIVAL KI'l1,I.X' HOY KLUTT7 -IAMES KRAIIS NUEI. KI,UTTz BIIANEY Ll-Ili VVILIIIAM MCEAEH THOMAS N1C2KI'lIi IRVING MAYNARI: TOMMY MARABI,l'1 ROBERT MEIJION QIIIHN NUc:K'ruN -IAMES PAGE I,I,0YD PARKER BII.I,Y PITTMAN O. K. PRIIJGEN IERN N'IAR'l'lN RAIIIINSKY f1IlARI .Ili IQICAVI-IS 1921 EUGENE RISI.l'1X' BOBBY ROMEIJ HAMPTON RU'l'IlX'VliI PAUI. SIIIELDS IERIIME SHAIN IIMMIE SINGI.I-LTIIN JXDDISON SMITII f:HARI.l-'IS SNIEIEDI-',N S'l'ICV!'I S'I'lil"ANUS FRITZ S'l'Iil,l,-IES EMERSQN SuRI,Es KIIMMIE SUTTON x'VIl.I,IAM THOMPSUN HIiNllX' TRUIUVI-3 RONNIE WALKER RUIIERT WEs'I'nRonK .XI.oN7o xVAI.'l'0N BRAIJEURII W'Ic:r:INs FLOYD XVIIIIAMS .. L, Q E I-au Sill was R.O.T.C. BA had LIliU'I'IiNAN'l' E. II. LACOCK, Iiiwclor IJAN KEI.l.X', Warrant Qjfcfr 'IOHN NUCKTON, Jlaxffr Sm-gmzzl HARVEY BRITT, Fz'r.rt .S'n-gfmzl ROBBIE BENSON, .SMH Sfrgmrzl -sQ'7AQi'fl!Zl.Y EARL KEEN CIIIARLES SIDBURY IJEVVITT KENNEDX' II-:ANNINE ANIJRICNVS HARRIET BECK!-LR CLAIR BROXVNLEE CHARLES CAUDILI, IACK CHADwIc:R -BOBBY COOK CHARLES CJOOPER BOBBY CROwI.EY IOI-IN CIRONNLEY MARGIIERITE CIIMMINGE BETTY WALTERS MIOKY HARTIS -IAOKIE GODLEY BOBBY BENNETT CLARENCE FALES GENE IJANIICLS IRIS ELLIS H. AI. FARR CIECELIA FARLEY DOROTHY I-IINI-:s ANN JORDAN BUDDY KIZIAIVPZR DONALD I PEGGY LI-LWIS EMILY SUE SMITH IDEET EAGLE CHARLES SNEEDEN Cmj10ml.f 1JI'I4l'Hff,Y Drum llqjor T931 BOBBY Fl-LRRELL -IACK SI-IYTLE BILLY LYERLY CIHARLES MURPIIREE CLYDE NEAI, MAX NEWBER GEORGE1 PAGE CI!-IARLES PARRISH IAMES PHILIPS EARLEEN PRATT GENE Russ IERRY SOU'l'lIliRI,.AND elim MARILYN CIOSTELLO CATIiER1NE OZMENT BILLY GORMAN C. M. PHILLIPS DAVID ANDERSON ALMA SWART EDWARD TEACIIEY TOMMIE VAUGHT IUANITA WARLIOK ADELAIDE WILSON DOROTHY -IOHNSON IOE .IARROTT NORMAN 'IYYSON RICIIARD MGCARN BETTY DELK PARKER lL C6022 6.1.1 0-14-,' COMPANY A as . X 31,1 ff di A --ora-w il f:HARl,IIi REAVES BRADFORD XVIGGINS EDDIE BELL GRAIJX' BRUUDS Hl'1NRX' xXI,RRI'l"l'ON EDXNARD .'XI.l,ARD ROBERT BROXNN ORVILLE Bu'I'TI,ER. ANDREW CIOSTON GENE FALES IDAVID GUDWIN THOMAS HUHN JOHN CIANADY HARRX' PARKER JXUBRAY PORTER WILLIAM STONE llOBl'lR'I' 1N1CIKliNZlI41, C'!I,lffII,ll PATTY SOUTIII-CRLAND, .Symmnr Szfcrnfzrl l,1'f'11Iw11111l.v nl. C. PRICE ROBERT WILSON l"irsl .S'1'w'gmr1l '1 fc-I1 ' RONNIE VVALKI-:R QIOIIN Mui IARLIZY Slaff S4'rgr'r111t.x' MONTAOIIE lJOX4'DY I,OIfII-1 C :LARK .S'f'r'!grf111lI IANIES SlNfil,l",'l'lJN HOV KLIr'I"I'z ffmlwl I' PSURNICZIQ VVALKI-IR GEORGE ALIJICRMAN IAc:R BISHOP R. LANE BDRDICAUX CIHARLES BOVVEN ROBERT BOWERS CIHARLI-CY CTORBETT IQIZNNI-1'l'Il f:ORB1'1'l"I' LARRY DACQENHART' HENRY DAVIS :XLBERT IDOVVLING T941 GEORGE .IIIS'I'IczE VFIIUMAS MOKI-:E VVIILIAM f:RU'I"l'S I. D. CAUSES' ,INHUMAS EASUN NORMAN f1I'1ORGli .'Xl,l.EN QILOVICR -IOIE IJARRIZI .L EDDIE AIOHNSTON CHARLES LEWIS ROBERT IVICQIARI. RICHARD MIN'I'Z RLJBIER'l' MINT7 TOMMIE MITfIliEl.l, IDAVID SIIARPE Sf'l'4Lfl'II7l!.X ll AMES PAOI-1 .XLIJNZO WALTON BILLY PI'l"l'MAN DAVID FOSTER 4jOIIN SLUAN BILLY SMITH RAY SIfENc:IaR .IIMMY STARNICS GUS STEFANADIS PHIL VINYSINGER BILLY xVAI.'I'ON ffARl, WARREN EDGAR AIEXNELI, WILLIAM CIOLEMAN GILWZR WIIITE 5 , 1 COMPANY B 'IV 4195239 l"l'f.Yl Srrgrrzrzl EEE GODXNIN PAT KELLY WILLIAM HILL PIAMPTUN IQUTIIXVELI. FRANKLIN 'THOMAS GEORGE FICK -IOHNNIE WARNER ROBERT POWELL JAMES ROBINSON JAMES TAYLOR LINWOOD MOORE JOSEPH FARRAR JAMES BRAATZ TED MCNEIL LESTER GUYTON JIMMIE CLEMMONS DECK JORDAN n .ALLEN LANIER, Cnfzlain MARY ANN JENKINS, Spamm- Srcoml Lifzzlfnanls ROBERT HAAS REX WILLIS Yfffl Srrgr'af1l.I O. K. PRIDGEN Slqf Sfrgerznls CRAIG HAMPTON ROBERT WESTBROOK STEVE STEFANADIS MARTIN RABUNSKY' .S?'rgmr1lI J AMES C :UN ANVAY EMERSUN SURLI-ZS GERlIARD'I' WIIILD GEORGE PERKINS BRYANT HARE HARRY SNOW' BRADFORD MURRA JERRY WILLIAMS HERBERT PARKER DONALD MEEKS CHARLES BREWER ROBERT KING JOHN HENSON RALPH GODWIN DAVID WOOD HARRY DEAL EN Y C'll!Il'lJ' II 95 T FRANKLIN GRAHAM BRADFORD UANTWELL LEON CILEMMER EUGENE FINCANNON BOBBY BIILLARD HUGH GARRISS KENNP1TH KELLY JACKIE WILSON WILLIAM PASGHALL HOWARD PENTON H. L. KEITH HAROLD OVERBY BILLY LEGGETT STANLEY KNOTT HOWARD KESTER WILLIAM ALFORD LEVY HEATII NOEL KLU'rTz -JIM GIBSON JEROME SHAIN WILLIAM PHELPS MARTEN SWART JOSEPH DANIELS JOHN BRITT JOHN HAZLEliURST RONALD ELY WALTER BIGGS JOSEPH MORLEY' R. E. CORBETT ELWIN CAYTON CECIL RHODES JACK ROBERTS TEDDY CREWS C OMPANY C IRI-I'.If .S'1'rgr'r111l HIAINRX' BLAI-ili l"RI'I'f S'l'I'1l.I.All-ZS IZDMUND BROXVNING IJEVVEY BRUIJRSIIIRIQ CIARIXYON JXCIREH RIUIIIE IDAVIS IIPLVVIS HAQIKI.liIZ IHLIIERT rI1IllJMAS IQSEPII BRIDIIER ROBERT C:ORBl'1'l"I' IUHN IDAUGHTRY PAUL GAl.0Ci RALPPI HUBAND GICIJRGE KIRKPA'TRlCIK HOY Kl,UT'TZ WALTER LANE RALPH GCJI.DS'I'ElN VERNON HEWETI' EUGENE ENSIIEY, C'Ilf1!Ill'I7 'IUNE IXNDREWS, .Sponsor Sfffrnzd I.1'1'1llfnrn1l.v .IIMMIE SPIVEY WILLIAM BLALOCK 'I Nh .S'1'r'grrznl.v EMURY IJOLDEN S114 H Sz'rgr'r1rIl.f BILLY ISERRYIIILL IIMMIIQ SUTTON IIUNNILL GAIJIJY FLOYD NVILLIAMS IJAVEY N1IfSIIAVV CILAUDIL N1C1.'XI.I.lSTER IOIINNIE 1xfIC1KfJX' IQIENNI-ZTII PADRICK NUMIRO PATELIIIS DON PIQFERSEN CIIIARLES RUSSELL f:liORGE SAFFO CYENE Sc:m"I' CLAYTON STARNIZS IAMES TRANVICZK IROBERT XIIENTERS KHCRALD WA'1'KINs S1':'gr'1111l.I Cmlfls JI 96 P IIJIIN H.ARMlJN PULI BAREIfoo'I' BRUCE HINSUN IIINNIE BRADSIIAW WALLAI:E IXMAN DAVID .'XNDRl'lW'S IASON ANDRICVVS IESSIE BRYAN Pl-IIIILIP CIROWDER BUEBY IJAUGIITRY IGI-IN DEBNAM ROY FURR WILLIAM CEARRABRANT WILLIAM GURE RAYMOND HAAS IJAVID HALL GLEN HENRY WILLI AM MKIEACIHIERN BRUURS BRUUMIC FRANK BRUCE BILLY BURTON PAUL HINl'1S ROBERT HlNNAN'I' BILLY MAULTSBY PAUL IVICIJANIICI. MAURICE MCJORli MARVIN PRICE NORWOOD SKIPPIER HENRY VON DER l.ERIII JXLVVOOD WARREN HAMPTON WARREN IAMES WILLIAMSON MARCUS WILLIAMSON COMP NY D RICHARD GALPHIN, Captain FLORA MGIVER, Sponsor Sfcmzrl Lmulenanls IJIIIK HANSON FRANK NILIRPHY Firm' Sfrgmnl Tech Sergeanls CHARLES .ALEXANDER IROBERT DAVIS Slqf Sn?l'gP07lf.S' WALTER T. HALL EUGENE RISLEY DONALD DOXEY LLOYD PARKER JAMES SWART WILLIAM KINGOFF STEWART SWART CARSON BOONE MARVIN STOKES RICHARD EDWARDS VVENDELII HIGKMAN JACK STOUDENMIRE SAMUEL JOLLY ROD NASH JAMES STOUDENMIRE CARL SUTTON JOHN MANITSAS .ADDISON SMITH VVILLIAM THOMPSON JAMES KRAl!S FRED BABSON BOBBY ROMEO MARK TAYLOR EDWARD RUSPIER. JR. HENRX' SANDERSON CTLARENCE VINENNANT LINWOOD TAYLOR XVILLIAM WI-:ATHERSBI-:E CCY BARNES LAWRENCE WHITMAN EUGENE BELL ANTHONY BESSELLIEU JOSEPH WOOD ROBERT BROWN Sfrgmnls Curirls L97 P RAY HOOD ROBERT MELTON GLASGOW HIGKS BOBBY ROMEO DCJNAI.D BENNETT CHARLES CARTER BRUCE CLARK FRANK BOWMAN COY COOK JOSEPH DUKES 'CLARENCE ENNETT GECJRCJE GAREY CHARLES GILBERT WILLIAM HADLEY BILLY HUL1.EY JERRY KEEALAS PRESTON KING HENRY TRULOVE HUGH EVANS BLANEY LEE EDWARD MEYLAND JULIAN LANIER ENSLEY LANEY ROBERT LARKINS CHARLES LEWIS RANDOLPH MGIVER JAMES OLDHAM TED PEDERS JERE RIVENBARK WILLIAM RHODES LEON ROUSE BOBBY SGHENCK DAN SHUMATE EUGENE SMITH Hare llzfjaf mnuc' Sirul your mgjf Line 'em up! Thr rm! uf Ihr E71 - - 1011. ., !lZ'gI7I7Il7lg.! Eyes Hgh!! JI 98 I H11 Pflradf Aloonlzglzl and Roaww Smilf fJZlTUf fl 99 I Sink .Symlx ORGANIZATIONS arui ACTIVITIES ' I " -5-Dil-it-gl-rx 'Y J'-pw"-:E .-' 5,-' 5 Jlwffv lL?7,?1..'Q. Si' Yyl-.,1'-5'- gel A ,ga xii j fa--25.2-Er gf! 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Clerk Prf-sidcnt Pro frm Sc-I'gvaIIt-at-Arms Ad viscrs ll as-101 NR, I-sid:-ntg FLORA IVICIVICR, Vice--Pre-sidcIItg Ru PITTS, Sec'I'rtaI'y-Tre-aslln-r3 .BER'I'BlCAl.l.1 ANN FARMER: MliI.I.Ili BARLOWQJ. C. PRIc:Eg PAT WILIIAMSQ JUNIOR CLASS: MALCOLM CRAWFORD, Prc-sidentg C:A'1'Hl-ERINH CIROVVIY, Vice--Prcsidentg ANN POST, Secretary- Treasurcrg BILLY QUARLESQ TOMMIIE VALIGHTQ CIATHERINE MAc:RAEg GLENN HUP'HAM2 NVISTA RAE SEI.LARsg CIIARLES RUSSELLQJEAN POPICQ BETII HARRISSQ BOEEY ROMEOg BLANEY I.I'1liLBll.l.IE LEONARD. SOPHOMORE CLASS: LARRY DAGENI-IART, PI'CSidC'l"ItQAJ0AN WARSI-IAUER, Vicc-President: -JEAN PULLEN, SecI'c-taI'y- Treasurerg NORMAN GEORGEQ RUTH ANN FISI-IERg .JOHN SI.OANg BETTY CRAIG: -JOYCE STEI"FANO1.lAlIKSON HUVE- MANQ BILL GARABRANTQ GRACPZ WATsONg MARY STANLANDQ HAROLD OVERBYQ HOMER ELLIS. FRESHMAN CLASS: PEGGY BENSON, Prc-sidcntg BETTY FLETOIIER, Vice-Presidcntg VIVIAN SEIGLICR, Secretary- Treasurerg CLIFTON DIXONQ BETTY 'JANE PETERSONQ BETTY SHIPP1 NEWSON 'JOYNFR1 NANCIX' GALLOP: ELAINE WARRENg ALBERT KINGQ PEARL VVINNICRQ GLENN SAssERg HILDA SELI.ARsg FOVVLICR Low: MAR-ICJRIIC PIQNTONQ MICKIE SMITIIg MAXINE COLI,IEg ANITA ANDRRSUNQ ARTHUR JANICKIQ BARBARA FARROW. -I 102 HOMEROOM ORGANIZATIO CIARL SUTTON EDITH IQOGERS LEON CI,I3MMIaR M AIIK IVIOSER LAURA HARRISS JXNN BAIICUM BIQTTY WAI,TI2Rs GINLORGIQ AIONIQS ANGIE IIUPERT I.ouIs COLLIIC SONNY BI,AI.oc:R NANCY FUR!-ZMAN HERBERT GOUDRIIIII RANDY MCIIVIZIQ IJICK HANSUN GILMLIR NVIIITI-1 ,Wm Y? ll .WMHM JXl.I.l'LN LANIILR NANCY GRIIII-'ITII CQERTIE MX'ERS COIIIZY PRIDGEN BRADFORD WIrIcIINs c1EORGli c1Al.lililf PuI.I BARIQI-'om' HIERLIAN BATSON BI:vI:RI.Y ANN WIIITII EIIZABETII R012 PEGGY ANN STAI.I.INI: PA'l"I'Y -IAIIKSON MARY SU'I"I'ON MARILYN Cos'I'I-:I.I.u BIQTTY BRI'I'2 NI-:I.I.IIa MI'1I.I.INCDIl DYI,AII IDANFURD 11031- ll E!! ll S WILMAN CIRANT RAMONA HAI.l, lo CIARTER NANCIX' GRI-:EN TOMMIE VAUGI-I'I' HARRY' MA'l'l'IlS EvIaI.YN B0wIaRs MAR1'HA ANN KING jIzAN Bum FAITH HILL TOMMIIQ MITClIE1.I. FRIRDA Houuas BARBARA GUYTON IIJALRIQ EI.I.Is IOIIN SWEENEY il. I.. TIIORPIC paw lsr ISI STUDENT COURT HENRY TRUI,OVE MARY REYNOLDJ DICK GOLPHIN Boanv MELTPN BETTY BRITZ IEAN Bnnmrl' Chiefjudgc Clerk Chic! Marshal SOCIAL MARSHALS JEAN Cnoss Pou BAREFOOT EDNA MATTHES BILLY QUARLES MARII.YN GoonMAN Chief Marshal 11041- NEAL PARTRICK ORA SUE STRONG Drcx HANSON PATTY SOUTHERLAND JUDICIAL MARSHALS VIRGINIA HATCH SHIRLEY BI-IRGER BOHRY MEI,TON FLORA MCIVRR .IOANNE SNEAD Chief , 'NANCY WINNINGHAM JOHN NUCKTON PRINCESS STRIIINGS BOBBY MCKIINZII-: Sco'rT STRICKLAND ROSEMARY.SWEENEY MALCOLM CRAWFORD HERBERT FISHER JIMMY OLDHAM LAURA HARRISS -I 105 If Dah-h-h Loqfrry "L0vdyf Lovelyfa' "Saw what?" As I didrft have enough on my mind! We lhree Belief not fall! Ovrrboard 11 mo 1 Aw, come on! Gomfu Session Sqy, vou're baslgful? "THE WILDCAT" STAFF fw ! , N l X 5 X , ALLEN LANIER FRANK BRADLEY X Business Manager Assistant 3 Y 449 xx X N Ag L BRIAN MULLINIX MARJORIE BATSON PAUL HORTON Sports Editor Exchange Editor Sports Editor L N fX IF pi 5 J L X ALBERT BEALL .IEANNINE STANLEY GENE WARREN EDWARD'PITTS i E News Editor Editors-in-Chief News Editor L I X I ! I 3 - Ni ' i I V ' f K V3 r X X A 'I 1 I i WINIFRED HARRISS CAROLYN LILLY BOBBY HAAS f 5 Make-Up Editor Exchange Editor Make'-Up Edwf M 1' Z - K, RV, A I ly I I f , I J L Q!!! 4 1 5 4 J I MQW fi Ei ' WW iVfARII.YN GOODMAN GEORGE FICK RUTH EDWARDS ' 1 h - 5 FL'ZlIlIl't' Editor Phot02raPi1ic Editor Fvatllrc Editor ' ,Vol K 1 Ap .,.-JI fi 107 lf Q .' KTHE WILDCAT" FEATURE STAFF BETTY WALTER, Assistant Feature Editor mpmsw Slanding: CHARLES KING, MARTPiA HOCJPER, BARBARA SELLI-:Rs, -IIMMY C:AUDlI,I. Smlfd: LORRAINIQ IYLUGIN, SYBII. VIQANNER, SIIIRIIQY BIZRGIZR KATI-IRYN HUNTER - Assistant Feature Editors - JUDY Pnmcmv Standing: CONLEY ROGERS, JIMMY KRAUS, BOBBY WILSON, SANDY .IORDAN Smffd: BETTY DAVIS, -IIINE ANDREVVS, GRACIIE CTURGANIOUS -fmslf WWW Ulm- hw "THE XVILDCATH NEWS STAFF :XDDISON SMITH - Assistant News Editors - RONNIE VVALKER Slandz'ng.' STI-:VE STEFANADIS, FRANK BRUCE, BOBBY MELTON, RONNIE WALKER Sealm': BE'I"I'Y LOU O,M.ASTER, NANCX' WINNINOHAM, MARY FRANCES ELLERS Fronl: FRANKLIN GRAHAM "THE WILDCAT" SPORTS STAFF 9!"W'fh!lf O. K. PRIDGEN - Assistant Sports Editors - LEONARD CIOLLEY Top row: ROBERT CONGLETON, PAUL HORTON, LEONARD CiOLLEY Bottom row: ROGER CORBETT, LYNN KIRK 11091- 'CTHE WILDCATH CIRCULATION STAFF PRINCESS S'rELI,INGs, Circulation Manager - BETSY HARRISS. Assistant Circulation Manage-r MARIORII: BATSON, HERRERT FISHER, LAURA HARRISS. SYBII, TANNER, LEONARD COI,I,I2x'. BRTSY HARRISS. ANN PICNTON. IlACHiiI, CAMIQRON. ELIZABETH EMORY. fiAROl.YN SIIIRRR, BIQA H0l,h1liS, SIIIRIIZNE CiONRAD. iViARlI.YN CiOS'l'El.I,0. PRIsr:II,I.A INIARRISS. BIf1vIf:RI.Y :ANN W'HI'I'Ia. FRANc:I1:s DIInI,I:v, BI2'r'I'IIc JXDAMS, PRINc:If:ss S'l'lil.1.INGS, M.ARlI,lEli BOONI-1, CATIIILRINIQ CROWI1, KA'I'HRvN SIzI.I,IcRs "THE WILDCAT" DVERTISING STAFF BIa'I"I'x' BRITZ. Aclvm-rtising Managvr - MAYSII- WATKINS. Assistant Advertising Manage-r l,OIs MAONUSON, SIIIRIIQY SMITH, FAYDILNI-3 SMITH, ANN CANAIIY, MI-:I.I.II1 BARI.Ow, IDALEH ELLIS, IRVING MAX'NARIJ, .'XI.Bl'1R'I' RHOIIIQS. EDITH ROGIIRS, BARBARA BRAOII. BIa'I"I'x' CRAIG, GAII. Ci0RBli'l'T. -IRAN PIIIIEN, -IOAN l'III,I.IaN, RIITII .XNNIQ FINIIIQR, 'IUAN W'ARsII.AIIIsR, NIAYSII-I WVATKINS, ANN PAYNI11, N1ARY l"INIIIcRc:, AIIINIA HlDl,'l'l1JN. .XIIDRIQY NII:IIOI,s, AIIQNNIIZ CNXNNUN. ljflRU'l'HYJOHNSON. BI-1'I"I'Y HRITZ 11101 f""' XX VIRGINIA HATCH, Editor-in-Chief S 5 MARY RIiYNOI,DS. Business Managcx R 'Z '47 "HfXNOX'FRIfXN" . 1 . 1 1 .AL . .O , ll .O..'l0',Q. o " ' ,J 11111- THE UHANOVERIANU STAFF KATI-IRYN HIINTER LORRAINE IYLIJGIN Assistant Club Editor BETTY LOU O,M.AiTER .Io ANNE SNEAD Managing Editors CATHERINE LEGWIN Tommy MAR.ABLE DIANE COSTELLO Typist Photographic Editor Assistant Miss VIRGINIA WAI.sI-I, Miss MARY WYCHE Advisers 11121- THE "HANOVERIAN" STAFF 'IAMES PAGE Art Editor SH1R1.EY BURGER NANCX' WINNINGHAM Fcaturr' Editor Assistant RACHEL CAMERON Assistant PATTY SOUTHERLAND .IOHN CROWLEY ALITA BRYANT Business Assistant 'junior Editor Typist Miss ANNE BARKSDALE, Business Adviser FRANKLIN GRAHAAI, Business Assistant if 113 lb The "Hanoverian" Staff At Work mior Efljlnr Say, 110u're MK-K-Kalz'eU and MSweel Loraine" hmd? Az'n'l she Crnzvlfy " ,Tzll the End rj Tune" Swffl? Hi, Czzlzkff If I 1141. Our gal c'j'0" Bible Club MS wwf 15 .SS-me ,.- if W H wwf' Gd' iff? W ANN JORDAN . . President PATTY JONES . . . Vicc-Prcsidcm BETTE WILLIAMSON . Secretary DAVID LOCKAMY ...... . Treasurer HEI.EN ANDERSON JANIE BRYANT JOYCE BROOKSHIRE ALITA BRYANT RUTH EDWARDS ANN FARMER LIL FRANKLIN HERBERT GOODRUM BETTY AI.I.ARD EVELYN CTURIC JUANITA GORE BEA HOLMES MARGARET HOLMES JUNE HOLTON THERESA JOHNSON SHIRLEY JOHNSON PATTY JONES MARY FRANCES ELLERS JACKIE HEWETT CATHERINE LEC-WIN LOIS MCFARLAND JOYCE PIERCE BARBARA LEWIS PATTY JACKSON PAT ROWLAND ANN JORDAN FREDDIE HAMILTON JULIA SMITH A BILLY SMITH BARBARA SMITH WILMA STAMPLY MILDRED THOMAS ARNOLD TAYLOR CAROLYN WALKER CARI. WILLIS PAT XVILLIAMS 'l'OMMIE V'AUGH'l' MIKKI WINBORNE BETTE WILLIAMSON FRED HINTZ GERRE PINER BOB KING TED PREVATTE SARA EVANS GRACIE GURGANIOUS DAVID LOCKAMY MAUREEN 0,CROWLEY JERRY OUTLAW BARBARA CANADY CAROL BORDEAUX BOBBIE PADRICK C. F. LEWIS 41151 REGINALD SPOONER WILMA GRANT BARBARA SCOTT SHIRLENE CONRAD MARY KATHERINE DAVIS CAROLYN KING MAXINE PRIDGEN NAN YANDLE MARCLTERITE 'TODD MYRTLE FU'I'REl.I.E DAVID FLOWERS FAY SLOAN CATHERINE BOWVIN BARBARA DEANS MARGARET BLAKE FRANCES EDENS CATHERINE MACRAE VIVIAN SEIGLER MARY FINBERG HILDA SEITTER BILL FENNELL FLORA MCIVER LOIS COLEMAN ELLA MOORE RAY HENRY RUTH HOLLINCSWORTH ational Honor Society rj: IUICJK CTvAl.Pl-IIN FIURA MCIVIQR MARII.1iIe BooNr1 PAT VVILLIAMS X'-IRGINIA HATILII 'IOIIN NLIKZKTIJN BOBBY 1V1liI.'I'0N IDIANE C1US'l'lil.l.U N1ARIl,YN Goommw KAIIIRYN SIiI,l,l-IRS SIIIRLI-:Y BIQRGER AIRANNINI: STANLY :VANITY WINNINGIIAM .IIMMIIZ BRUWNIL PAUI. HoR'roN IVIARY REY'N0l.llS 11161 ational Honor Society SARA KAYIIORDAN WINIFRRD HARRISS CAROLYN KING PAUL HfJR'I'ON f:AROLYN LILLY EUGENE ENSLHY LINA ROGERS -jENNIaTTIe DL1XTER ED PITTS MARGARET CIATHI-ZX' EIJNA MAT1'llPlS ITORRAINIC ITIIUGIN IVTARY ANN HAMILTON JACKIE GGIJLIQY MILDRIQIJ IFHOMAS .XNN FARMIQR IQUHICRT f:0NG1.liTON -f117f Sigma Tri Hi-Y lJURlS HELMS . . . . President BE'l"1'Y ANNE RtIssEI.I, . Vice-President BETTY YOPP . . . . . Secretary CATHERINE LEGWIN . Treasurer MIRIAM ANDERSON MARKIIE BARNES CIIARLENE BOWEN RAOIIEI, CAMERON JEAN CROSS LORRAINE D'I,IIOIN ANN FARMER lVIARI1.YN GOODMAN LAURIE ANN HARRISON XVINIFRRD HIXRRISS VIRGINIA H.A'l'flH .DORIS HEEMS MARGARET HIJI,MIiS hfiAR'l'HA HOI,TON PATTY JONES SARA KAY .IORDAN CAROIIYN KING Ci.-XTHERINE LECHVIN FLORA MCIVER EDNA MATTIIES LINA ROGERS BETTY ANN RIIssEI.I, PIIYI,,I,,Is SMITII IO ANNE SNEAIJ PATTY SOIITIIERLANI1 IEANNINE STANLEY PRINc:Ess S'I'E1.I,INOs lViILDRED TIIOMAS Cl,-XRULYN XVALKER iXlANlIY XVINNINGIIAM MIKIKIIQ HARTIS BETTY LOU O'MAsTER BETTY YOPP lx4ARY REX'NlJI,lJS THE Girls' Hi-Y is clividecl into separate chapters for l"reshIIIeII. Sophomores, , -Iuniors. and Seniors. Girls chosen as Ineililmers Of the club must have a high scholarship record and a Christian character. They promise to fulfill the following requirements: Clean living, clean athletics. clean speech, and clean scholarship. Though just organized in recent years, it has supported many worthy Causes: for example, at Christmas time each Cluli provides all the triminings of Christmas for a ueecly family. This year the Iueinliership has increased more than ever. This Shows that more 2lI1C,l more stuclems are lieqinning LO realize the lmenelits of Hi-Y. 11181 Minora Hi-Y REX WILLIS .... . . President CHARLES ALEXANDER . Vice-President ALLEN LANIER . . . Secretary 'IIMMY BRUXYNE . Treasurer ClHARLES ALEXANDER IACK BASS ALBERT BEALI. SONNY BLALOGR FRANK BRADLEY JIMMY BROVVNE BOBBY CLEMMONS ROBERT CONGLETON ROGER CORBETT EUGENE ENSLEY HUGH EVANS ROBERT FURR RICHARD GALPIIIN IACK GODLEY EBE CTODVVIN FRANKLIN GRAHAM TOMMY HALL IACKIE MGCARLEY BILLY MCEACHPlRN BOBBY MELTON IOHN NUGRTON IAMES PAGE NEAL PARTRICR ED PI'1"1's O, K. PRIIJGEN I. C. PRICE CIONLY ROGERS FRITZ STELIJES KIERNAN SXVANN HENRN' TRULOVE RONNIE WALKER DAVE XVALLACE REX EVILLIS HE X'VllII1lI1"lOI1 Cha mter of the Bo s' Hi-Y was one ofthe first to be or anized D I Y S in the South. Today it Consists ofa membership much larger than that of previous years. The basis on which boys are elected into membership is leadership, scholarship, and Christian character. All boys should deem it an honor and privilege to be chosen to the club. The members earnestly desire to serve the school and community. ver a onff Jerio o time e i- ' Tu is ave Jresen e annua a Inins re. an O lat df ,thHXCllh I td lly tl entertainment that has now become an institution. 11101- Omega Tri Hi-Y BILLIE-IEAN SMITH . . . . Pres. EIIGI-:NIA Mf:CAR'I'Y , . SI-In FRANCES WESTEROOR . . V.-Pres. .-XNN PAYNIC .... . 'I'I-I-us. MARTIN RAHUNSKY BILLY HIl.lI CARI, WILLIS MALC01.M CIRAVVFORD CIORNELIUS SwAR'I' LEONARD COLLEY JOSEPH BRIDGER HOWARD TALLEX' CHARLES RlISSPlI,I. BRADFORD WIGGINS CHARLIE HARDVw'I1IK RALPH GOI.Ds'I'I-:IN BROOKS BROOMI-1 BILLY STRICTLAND LEROY BRADSHAVV l,AVl'1RNli BAIIARD EVELYN BOVVICRS BETTY BRITZ PATSY COLE CIFRALDYN fIr1I.RI'I"I' c:A'l'lll'lRINlC CII-UPXVIC MARY FRANc:If1s EI.I,l-IRS CILIQNN HIII-'FIIAM HIQVIQRLY :XNN LIQNNAN BE'I"I'Y LEONARD ETTY ,OU IYNIJON B I I IANIQ EAS'l'l'LR MARTIAL f1A'l'Hl-ZRINIII MAORAI: Ilia A I: ,Az'I" FIfI'NI M C' I I :XNN PAYNIQ IRAN POPE ANN PUST 'Is'I'A IQAII SIcI.I.ARs X MO I I14..'A li s FI RPN I' S ND R BIIIII: -IRAN SMITII ROSIALMARY SWIALIAZNIQY NANOY 'TRASK IANIC VFRUY TOMMIIIL VAIIIIIII' MAYNII4: VV.-XTKINS l"RANc:Es VVl"i'l'HRlHlK EI.IzAIIIz'I'H l'OI'I IN Alpha Hi-Y BILLY HII.I. ......... . . . Prcs. N1AI.I:OI.:sI CTRAXVFURD . . , . Y,-Prcs. I'IOXVARDT'AI.I.IiY . . 'Iuds IIINJNAIUJc10l.l.l'1Y . . . . . . Svc. BRAD!-'HRD WIIIOINS . . . Clmn Jlnof BETTY BELGIIER ANN CIIASON IONA CIAMPBEIII, JACKIE CIAMPBELI. SHIRLENE CONRAD MARILYN CIOSTEIILU JOAN HDNVARDS IQUTH :XNN FISHER MARY FINBERG MARX' .ANN GLOD PAT GRANGER BEA HOLMES -IANICE HARVEl,1I PEGGY J OI-INsTON PEGGY JORDAN JOAN JAGOBI GRALIE KELLX' MARIE MELTON IIICAN PUI.I.EN MARY PORTER EDITII IQOGERS NPlI.l.IE CERN!-I SMITII IRMA I.Eli SWEIIM INAARGII-1 xvANDl2R SI:IIALIE .IOYCIAL STEFANO LUCRETIA TI-IORNTON MICKEY Il-'HOMPSON KLINT THOMPSON NORMA VVILLIAMS h'IADIiI,INIZ VVEAVIQR Aurora Tri Hi-Y figs ii EDITH ROGERS .......... Pres. IONA CIAMPBELI ......,.. V.-Pres. MARILYN COSTELLO . . C hap GRACIE Kl41I.I,X' . . . . Sc-Ir. NELI.lE GENE SMITII ...... Rep IRMA 1,1212 SWEIIM . . Trcas. ANN CIIASON .... . Sc-I:-at Arms Beta Tri Hi-Y .IOAN WARSHAURER ....... Pres. C,RErA KI-LMP . ...... V.-Pres. QIENNIIAI CANNON . . .... Chap. IOYIE PIERCE . . . . Sec. MARX' K. 'DAVIS . . Sr-r.-at-Arms Bri IY HILL . . 'Fra-as. I,AIIRA HARRISS . ..... RI-p. 111211 JENNIE CIANNON FRANCES CJASTEEN IVIARJORIE NP1LI.CTAGI.P BETTY LEE CRAIG MARY K, DAVIS BETTY HIl.I. LAURA HARRISS JOYCE JORDAN GRETA KEMP CIAROLYN KESTER BETTY' DEL,K PARKER JANE PERRY IOAN PULLEN :JOYCE PIERCE KATHERINE SOLOMON HARRIET SHAIN PAT WILLIAMSON JOAN WARSHAURER ANN BAUGOM MAUREEN O,CjROVVI.E GRACFZ WATSON SARA CLARK 'DORA NE1Il. PITTS BETTY ANN .ADAMS X Delta Hi-Y IAIUNVARD PICNTON ...... . . . Pres. BIII XIIIIQRMAN . . . . IRI RIVIQNIIARR . ORII CARI-LY . EARI, Bowuas BOBBY BRIINAIIQS ffl-IARl,liS ffAlIIJII,l. wVARRliN 4 IHADXVIITK IIQAN CRAWIRORO CIIJIJTON IJIXON IZIIOHNIQ Hmm l"RIiI1 HOI,MI4:s RICK HARRHIII, OIIIVIQR HlT'l'.AI4'l" .'Xl.HlCR'l' KING IIMMX' MIIIJIIN MARTIN fVfII.l.ER BOBBY ORRlil,l. BOBBY PIQRRY DON PIVIQR .-XI.RIc: RAY HAMPTON SIcwIf,I.I, f:lCRAl.D STONIAL 'l'IIIIRs'I'ON WA'I'RINs IIl'1SlIlli WII,RINs 'Plan WII.I.IAMs ffliNl'l YVI'I'IIIsRsPOON ROIIIQRI' WOOIIIN ROONIIY VVAl.'l'I'1RS ffIIIN'I'ON WII.sON ED BIIIIARD TOMMY BII'I"I'IcRs GI-1NIc COOK .. V.-Pres SIIINIQY TRIINIIIJI . .... Chap. . . Svc. RALPH MlI.I..4R . . . S911-ilt-,'XI'l11S . VI'l'l'1lS. LARRY IJAIIIQNIIARI' . ..., Re-p. IJUNYARD l'IiN'I'I,N IIIRIQ RIVICNHARK K.-Kl.l'II N1ll,I Ak Nllllhi,-KN 6lIf,ORI:Ia l5lI.I Y H.Al7I.l'1X' KIQIIII CILOVIQR SIIJNILY VFRUNDLI-Y ffl-ZURUIE GARIIZX' IUIIAN LANIRR IjAVID WOOD fIIIARI,IH:s C:II.BliR'I' IDAVID IIEONARID BILI. .-XI.nIcRMAN LARRY IJAOIQNII.-xR'I IIMMY OI.IIII.'xM BIII. GAR.A.IIR.aN'r S'rANI.Y KNIl'lX'l H. I., Kl'1I'l'II lin lllcwl-ir, ROIJNIQY l..AxwRIcNI:I IQMSIJQY I.ANlaY 'IOIIN IJIQIIN,-YM Freshmen Boys, Hi-Y CIIINION WVILSUN . , , PIN. CIICNIC COOK . . gg CTIIAIzI.Icw ffAUl1Il.l. . . Y.-Pres. I'zIY1GI'1NI'2HIfIKN . IHA -11221. .'XNI'I'A :XNDICRSUN MARNIIIRII-1 PIcN'I'oN BARBARA CAR'I'IcR SAILY HARRISCDN ELAINE WVARRIQN FRANCIS BLANIJ MIRIAM BowIcN CILAIRI4: BRIJWNIILY .'Xl.lCli BIILLARII .Il-LAN CIIURCH IAc:RIIa f1UXVAN KEDNA IJUDLEY PHYLISS DUKIQ .ANNIE DURANT IEORIS ELLEN FARRAR SARAI-I FRICED BI1'I"rx' FRIAR EVELYN GOLIJIIIQRG PI-:GGY GRIMSLI-ix' IIAVRRNE PUc:KI-TI' MARY ANN RORRISUN IZLAINI-1 SNIIIII SIIIRLI-:Y SIIIIIII SLUIII' S'l'RIKZKl.ANlI IX1.-XRIIQ SII'I"I'rIN XvlVIAN SIQIGLIQR IXAARY SIIIITIIN RANIJCll.X'N CQRANT c:A'I'IIlCRINl'2 wvlililii Freshmen Tri Hi-Y lx1AR'IIJRlli PIQNTIIN . . . . Pres. SALLY HARRISCIN . ec ISARIIARA C.-1.R'l'lik . . . Y.-l'I'cs. I':l.AlNliVVARRl'1N . . Inns Senior Y-Teens eww 4 IMJRIS Q:A9HW'liI.I. . . . , Pres. RI-:III2c:I:A BIIRNIQTI' . . Y.-PII-Q f:I1RNliI.lA l.m:RAMY . . . SI-I-.-'l'I'cr:Is. 12? Ms,,N.-NM I. .I .I mmf: HAl.lI ICAN LAND ELOISR Moss GIQQRGIA WILLIAMSON BRCKY BURNETT MARX' IXNN Sr,:0'I"I' IDORIS CIASHVVELI. PI-IYLLIs SMITII JIMMY HIQNDIIRSON EULA lI0r:IIRAN Glee Club W Ig, K . I b S Mg., f W, wa M 4, .M M, A., --4-Q i -IIMMY CAUDILL . . . . President PATTY-IONES .... . . . Vice-President NEAL PARTRICK . . . . Secretary-Treasurer MISS MARY HENRI XVOLFE . ..... Adviser MARY CLAIRE BATES BETTY BELCHER LOUISE BONHAM RACHEL CAMERON MARAIORIE NELL CAGEI GER.ALDYN COLKITT MARY' K. DAVIS ANNE DURAN1' IJORIS FARRAR MYRTLE FIITRELLE GRACIE GIIROANIOUS MARY ANNE I'IAMII.'I'ON JACKIE HEWITT MARGARET HOLMES MARTHA HOLTON GLENN HUIPFIIAM GRACE KEI.L.X' CIAROLYN KINO HELI'1N PRESTON MAXINE PRIDGEN MARI.kNNE MIANN I'III.DA TVIATTIIEXIVS BETH MAYNARD FLURA MCIVER RUTH MORRISON MAUDE NOE MAIQIAN PANTAOIS BARBARA SCOTT XXIVIAN SEIGLER MARIAN SLOAN SHIRLEY TAYLOR MII.DRED THOMAS MARCUERITE TODD HARRYETTE XYINES BETTY YOPP KIANE SMITH CARLTON ACIREE FFOMMY BATSON IIIMMY BRISSON DEWEY BROOKSHIRE -IIMMY BRONVNE BROOKS BROOME DON BENNETT JIMMY CAUDILL GENE CRAWFORD HITCLII EVANS -f124lI- DAVID GODWWN BOBBY HAAS RAYMOND HAAS CARL -IENKINS ED JEWELI. ROBERT KING LYNN KIRK C. F. LEWIS -IERRY LEVVIS DON MATTHENW'S IRVING MAYNARD BOBBY MCKENZIE BOBBY MEl.TON NEAL PARTRICK DONALD PETERSEN BILL RHODES CECIL RHODES EMMERSON SURLES RAY SPENCER HOWARD TAI.l,Y RONNIE WALKER CARL XVILLIS LESLIE XVILKINS The Orchestra LOUISE SANDERS DOUGLAS HAl.I, EARL BUCK VIVIAN CAPPS PAT SMITH Viola DAVID MII.NoR Clarirzfl BARCLAY BROWN OI.vRIc RAY 'lronlbnrzff IAMES KERMON RICHARD O'rTow l 'inlin r GUINIVIQRIL BRI'I"r, Concert lNf1astcr EDNNARD MIIPHI-1RsoN lJORlS SCHMIDT flI.AUDE ELIIISON Tomi-Iv I"lAMllITON HIQRMAN SANDERS IJICK CORBIQTT TOMMY BUTTIERS Hamann KIQNNI-:TII BAUc:oM IQVIIINJ' clAROl,YN ClAGI.l'1 AY :NNN l-loryr MRs. ERIC NORDEN, Director fkffn IIMIIY lVll5Dl,IN FOUIIA SAFFO WILLY .ANN ERIt:RsoN SARAH BIQLLAMY ELSII-I PETERSON lvl ARGARET Ol.l7ICNBLT'l"I'l'll, N1A'l"l 'I l'IlIIIfWf IIAVAINE BUTLER DAVID HORNE Piano 'nc FI ,oRIcNt:Ic -loIINsoN I ERY few schools in North Carolina are fortunate enough to have both band and ' orchestra. New Hanover High School is one of these few. Back in 1942, New Hanover High School started to form an orchestra. During the past four years it has grown in sizeg and under the careful direction of Mrs. Eric Norden in ability. The Orchestra has grown from twenty-two members last year to thirty members this year. In the school year. 1945-46, the Orchestra made seventeen public appearances. In the spring an invitation was given the Orchestra to take part in the 'iGreensborO State Contest Festival-Program." The Orchestra participated in several New Hanover High School assembly programs and also made appearances in the elementary schools of Wilmington and vicinity. 1 125 f Scribblers' Club SYBIL TANNER . . . . . President CATHERINE LEGNVIN . . . Vice-President BETTY BRITZ . . . Secretary-Treasurer SHIRLEY BERGER . . ..... Scribe MRS. BIIRROWS SMITH . Adviser MARUARE'l' ABRAMS SHIRLEY BERGER FRANCES BLAND MARY BOST BETTY BRITZ BETTY BUCK IEAN BUIS BET'I'IE BIIRRISS BARBARA clANADY SARAH CLARK GAIL CORBETT CATHERINE CROwE BETTY DAVIS PAT DAVIS WILLY ANN ERICKSON ANN FARMER WILMA GRANT AUDREY GUTHERIE LAURA HARRISS VIRGINIA HATCH IVTARTIIA HOOIIIQR TUOROTHY JOHNSON SANDY .IORDAN SARAH KAY JORDAN MARTHA ANN KING CATHERINE LECVNVIN ROBERT MCCARL ROBERT MILLER -IANE PERRY CHARLES REZZE BILLIE RHODES CAROLYN SHIRER ADAIR SIMKINS -IEAN SPARKMAN IEANNINE STANLEY SCOTT STRICKLAND SYBII, VITANNER ARNOLD TAYLOR BETTY WALLACE ALLEN WELLS NANCY WINNINCHAM DONALD LAWRENCE MARY FRANCES ELLERS REGINALD SPOONER HE Scribblers' Club is one of the oldest clubs in New Hanover High School. The purpose of the club is to promote creative writing among the Students. At the meetings, which are held twice a month, the members discuss and try to improve their writing. Twice a year a Scribblers' magazine is published Containing the best work of members of the club. The Scribblers' Club hopes that it may continue to encourage creative writing and to make contributions to the literary life of New Hanover High School. 11261 Dramatic Club BOBBY lVIEI.,'l'ON . . President BETTY BRITZ . . . . Vice-President N.ANCY WINNINGHAM . . Secretary-Treasurer HE Thespizms. better known as the ljI'Zllll2lllCSl Club, is one of the largest clubs in New Hanover High School. lts purpose is not only to instruct students in acting, but also to teach them in the principles of make-up, staging, and direction. Every year the club presents a three-act play and a series of one-act plays. The '4Little Minister" was given as the three-act play for this year. The Club has an enrollment of about 150 members, which is much larger than last year's enrollment. This proves that more and more students are taking a greater interest in dramatics. 11271- O'Henry Literary Society IQATHRYN HUNTER LORRAINE D,LUGlN OLIVIA LYNCH . IANE PERRY . EE . . . President . . Vice-President Secretary-Treasurer . . . . Scribe ww -t mis ',t. if s HE O'Henry Literary Society is one of the largest and most popular clulms in the school. The purpose of the club is to create a greater interest in conteniporary and classic literature. Each year the Society gives a dance, and the proHt gained is used for awards in its annual short story contest, which any high school student may enter. Any student with an interest in literature is invited to become a member of this club. 11281 B1AUREliN cJ.C:ROXVLliY BARBARA SCOTT LUIS Mr:FARLAND ANN RHODES WILLIE ANN ERICIKSON 'IOAN EDWARDS M.ARX' K. DAVIS lil-ZNT TIIOMPSON IQIDITII ROGERS ANN BAUGOM B1ARll.YN C:OSTI3I.I,0 ROBERT B!IIl.I.l-ZR fEliRRlL1 PINIALR AIIBREY PETER MAI.c:OLr-I f:RAM'l-'HRD B'fARGUI'1RITl'1 JXBRAMS ELIZAEETII EMORY BETTY BIIRISS BILLY GORMAN 'll-ZRRY IIEVYIS BARBARA LIANADY IOAN VVARSHAUIZR BE'r'I'Y BEI.c:IIER PEGGY EPPERSON BETH DAVIS AUDREY STRONG IANI-L IWOORE I. VV. GODWIN KIONNII: HIWGIIINSON Arts and Craft Club GERRIE PINICR .......... Pres. MARY KA'I'lIIiRlNli I,AVIS . . V.-Prc-S. IWAUREEN O'f:RCJXN'l.FX' . rllldQ MAI,c:OI,M f1RAW'l-'ORD . . . Svc. MISS EMMA I,OSSEN . . q Library Club F1751 I5Y'NIf'J'lf'V Snfmlrl Sfllzzzffrfr PRED HIN'l'ZE ....... . . Pres. LAVERNE BALLARD ....,.. Pros. MIIDRED PIERCE , . . V.-Pres. DORIS HEI.N1S . . . . . V.-Pres. AfQUI REX!vlLI.E , . Svc.-Treas PAT WILLIAMS . . Sec.-Pre-S. 11291- IJURIS HIQIAIS -IAGQIIE Rlix'vll.lIl4Z l,AvERNE BALLARD XYIRGINIA IJOYNDY FRED HIN'I'ZbI ANN MI-:RRITT MARAIDRIE DEVANI11 BETTY 'Io LONG tIOYGE PIIILEMON GRACE TAYLOR BETTY HILL .IEAN PULLICN -IGAN PULLEN SOPHIA VERZAAI. SHIRLEY GAI,IIKJWA X MICKEY WIN BORNE VVERNICE ARD MARX' ANN CZLOD BEA HOLMI-Ls ANGELINE BURNE'I"I' MILDRED BARNIIILI, BE'I"I'Y PARKER KAY RAYNOR Diversified Occupations lolz BARNES, Sf'l'I'IitY' Slfzlfmz .lI11llfIyI'7llf'7If l,iINAl,D BUVVDICN. Iimly mul lfnzzlw lfwfmiz KA'l'Ilb1RINIi BRUXVN, -SllIlf'VlIIfI7IllllifI . . BONNIE BURNS, Sfygn I1'rilmIg . . . BICTTY flOI,liMAN. .Worr .l1Hf1d4Qf'Illf'7If . cll1RTIS flRAIG. Ill-I'f1!lI7Il' ilfffflllfllil' . EDITH l10XN'NING. .S'11lf'.xr1lrl11.rl11'f1 . . R Amzum, IHUIMNKS, .Ylmw ,l'llI7I!I!QI'7Nl'Hf Imnas CiRliI90RY, .Worr .llmmygwmwnl MARY .NNN CLIIYTUN, SIIIIWVIIIIVIllllifl , . flllARI.l'lS HARI3XN'Il2K, .S'l0n' 1llllNll41fl'lIlI'Hf lVll'1I.VIN HllNliX't1ll'l"I', l'7fJI'I'1'lllfllI'I' . . IiRNias'r .l.fxN1c:Kl, II'1'nflnm lmfwlfn' . clIlARI.liS KINCS. SIIIFYYIIIIIIIllllvf? . . PRISKIIILA KING, .S'f1ff'.w11fzmlzlifl . Bon l,UPl-IR, .llmt C.'ut!1'n1g . . . IlOBIiRT MII.l,ER, .Mizznv Iewfarzrlmq . . . ROBERT PxaNNlNo'l'oN. 1l'lI17'I-VII' ,llulnr .llrrlmnff fiRAfIlE Rool-iRs, Offirr lfork fmrl.S',1lrwmnn!1!f1 lJUllGI.AS S1.oAN, .Into jlfffflflllfl' , . . . Somim x7liRZAAl,, 1'Ynr1'ru!lmw . . .XLIJNZA x'VAl.'l'0N. Sion' ilIrm11gr'n11'r1! GENE VVARRICN. .N'rzm' Rlyznrlfnlg . -IUHN WOOTHN. Sinn' ,'l'lfIfIll4Qf'l1lf'7If . Tommnc WRENCH, ill-711111716 ilffffllllllil' . . .Nncla-rson and l,viCh liHrcl's Dcpartmvnt Store' . . K1-sta-r's Art Studio Wahl's Dvpartmvnt Storm- Prnnintfton Flying Svrvicm' . B0vcrly's Ure-ss Shop , lim-lk-Wlilliaiils Dvpartinm-nt Storm' . . . . S. H. Ku-ss Company . . . . . . Rcliclcrs Florist XVilmington-Now Hanovvr Airport . . , . . Alamos Book Stort- . . . Wonclrr Dress Shop Big Star Colonial Storrs. Inc. . . . . . llvlilllll-7I4gf0II Slfll'-.Nif'Zl'.l' l'ickzn'd's Sporting Goods Company . Ticlr Watvr Pow:-r Company . . . . , Sophizfs Florist Shop . XValton and Bowman Barbvi' and Bcauty Supply Housc -11301 . . . . . ll'I'!7IIl'll.QfIHl Sfrzz'-.'lQ'zzi.r Bin Star Colonial Stores, Inc. . . . Wilmington Air Park 9 of 0 . . . . . Q4 Busmess Educauon Cooperatlve Trammg l SHIRLEY XIJAMS, ,ll1'.irrlfm1wn11,i CYI'I'lil'lll . . . EI,l7fABl'i'l'H Bi,Ar:Kwr11,i., Sl'FI'f'fllI:1' um! lffinllwfrffr' RoSA BRI-:wI+:R, .llll'Y!'l'Hf1!Il'I7II.l CllI'I'I-ffl! . . . lVfARGARE'I' Crrinzy, iSl"I'7'I'fII'S1' . . , EDNA CI ARK, .llIAS1Tf'lll1IIl'0Il.Y Cffrffrll 'Il-1ANIE'l"l'l-2 Di-1x'1'iaR. .SZ1frwff1rjy . . , . ZONA CQORDUN. .111-.U'!'!!llIIl'flIlK CYl'lllI'lI! , .IAMICS HiXRRIiIiI,, .1II-.Yl'l'fllI!Il'IlllX C'lf'11'r.1f . . lJANNY l'lAR'l'l.l'1Y. .llzirwlfnrzwum Clrmnl , . .IUSIQPHINIC HfJI.I.l'lN1lJN, .1Ii.w'fllf1z:wu,i Cilfflfllf . filil'1'l'A-Il'1NNl'2'l"l'lC. .l,ll!'I'NllVIl'llIIK C,'lw1'm! . . l3URN.l0HNSUN, ,llliH'l'HlIll!'UIli Cilffl-171, . . lX'lARllC 4Ius'rlf:is, ,llzkn-llnzlrnui Clwzirnf . .IRAN LAND, -Slfl'Il04QIf1fl!Il'I' .... . BARBARA IAICXVIS. .llzirflffzmwm !,'!fr1'm! . X'lIUl.l'1'I' lxlAYllAN. .lfI'.Vl'l'HlIIl1'17lli f,l!f'I'I-fill . .IuNii lX'lISl5NHliIMliR, .llziirrllmnvwi Cffmn! . -IIILIA lVl0UNIiYIlAM. A11-Xl'l'HlIIIl'IIIl.! Clu-lm! . ANNA MM: Moomz. .Shwlfzryf . . . . lirolsrz Moizsu, -S?'t'l'I'ffI7:T ..... LAURA ORMSBY. .Skfrwlfzry ..,.. . lVlARTl-IA PADGIQTT, .1II-.YI'f'Hl1IIf'0ll,V Cllt'I'llfIIl . .XLIKIIQ RIVENBARK. .lII.YfY'Hlll1f'0II8 Clniml . -JUANITA SEAY. .'1l1'.rrrl!ar1rnz1.s Clfrzral . XKYIVIAN STEVENS. .Tl1'cvrffl111lr'0z1.x' Clrrlrfll KATHHRINL: Sr1l,1.ERS. -S'l'l'l'l'flIfl' . . . KII'1RNAN SXVANN. .111-SfY'Hf1Nf'0Il.l Clmiml . .Iowna iliAYI.OR, Mrrwlnri' ..... .NUDREY XVATICRS. HUIlA'Af'IfI!'7' , . . BlaT'1'x' Wurrii. iSi"fff'lIIf'I' ...... . IRIS W1I.l.lAMs, .'lI1'vrrNr1m'o11.x C'lf'r1r11l . . . XVEYBURN XVooowARo, .lI1'.im'!fmm11,i Clwriml -11311 . . Nrw Hanovcr High School Oflicc . . . . XVm. Blackwell, Accountant X-Ray Dcpt., Walkcr lN1c'morial Hospital . . . . Tidc Watcr Power Company . . . . . Bcrgc-r's Dcpartmcnt Storc . .Iunior Cliambcr of Commcrcc . North-Smith Coal Company . . . Moclcrn Laundry K Clc-an:-rs . . . . fliiclc XValc1' Powcr Company Ncw llzinovrr County Board of Education . . . Hrothcrlioocl of Railway Clcrks . ....... Crcgg Brothcrs . . . llr. I". Robvrtson . . N.l l.l IS. Vocational Shop . . . . . . Slanlr'y's.Icwr'lcrs MacMillan 81 Camcron Company . . . Pcnninqton Flying Scrvicc MacMillan ii Cam:-ron Company . . . H. Bcrgcr lk Son Furniturc . Il. l,. Baldwin Insurance- Company . . . . , . . . . Alice Sales, Inc. . . . . . EFird's Departmrnt Stori- Ncw Hanovcr County Board of Education . . . . . Mauldin Mcitox' Company . . MacMillan li Camcron Company Ncw llanovcr County Board of Education . . . . , Allcn C. Ewing Company . . . Taylor Fircworks Company . . . Homc Appliancc Company . Ncw Hanovcr High School Officc . . . Efird's Department Store' . . . . . Sunshinc Laundry Future Home makers Frf'xf1n1r'r1 N1ARll'1f:UVH, . . . !V1AXINl'1c:Ol.I,ll'1 . . fV1II.DRl'1lJI1AGAN . l..fxvlcRNla l'uc:Kla'r'1' SIIIRLICY N1O'l"l'I'1 . . F1'z'.sl11nf'11 I'leGcn' BIQNSQN . . BARBARA c1IIY'I'0N . .IICAN Hmmm' . . . BIl'l"l'Y DRIQVIN . . Bl-:'I"rvWAx,1.Ac:1c . Club C fluln -I . . . Prcs. . . Y.-Prvs. . . 51-C. . . 'l'rc-as. . . Rcp. li . . . Prvs . . V.-Prvs . . . Svc . 'l'rc'as. . . Rvp. ,- I zlzwzznvl Cnmzxa W'A'1'suN . . I1mAl,me I21.1,ls . . FRANCES Ilmfzws . IUORA Num, PI'l"I'S . BARBARA CIANAIJY . Future Homemakers Club Prvs -Prvs , Sec 'l'rvas Rep 132 EILANOR WII,I,Ii'I"I's Bli'I"I'Y IJIXUN BIs'I"I'Y WVILIIS YIIPP N'IIiI.I,Il'1 HII,I. BARI.nw SUNNY BI,AI.uc:R RIt:IIIIz IJAVIS SHIRIIQIGH WARNIQR MARTHA HfJI.'I'ON BIz'I"I'x' W'AI.TL:R MARILYN CSOODMAN BETH HIARRISS NANIZX' BROVVN l'iA'l'HI,l2lZN CIHI2S'I'NII'I"I' MARGARPI'l' DAVIS EDITII D0wNINr: IANE GAI.I.owAY .SARA KAY JORDAN BDSSII: COSTIN KIARYXVAY N'1ERRl'I"l' fiUlNIVERli BRI'l"l' IJURUTIIY JOHNSON HlI.lJA EDWARDS WVINIFRI-:D HARRISS Le Petit Cercle De La France EEG KA1'fiI.I'IEN ClIII1sTNII'I'T ...... Pres. f1ARYNN'AY MIQRRITT . ll SIIIRI,IaIuII XVARNER . . . V.-Pres. BIQTTY YOPP .... nas Music Appreciation Club RALPH GOLDSTEIN . . . . . Pre-S. RUTH XXNN FISHER . . . . V.-Pres. .IOAN WARSHAIIHR . . . SI-c-.fl'I-vas. 11331 MARDIIIQRITIQ .XIIRAMS BARCIIAY BRowN l.oIs BARROW' Cox' Cook BII.I. C:ROTTS NANCIX' GAI.Lf,lP DOUGLAS HAl.l. MARIAN HINICS GEORGE AIoNI:S PAT KlEIII.X' PRIsc:II,I-A KING EvI:I.YN GDLDHIIRG CATHERINE OZMIQNT ANUII, RUPRRT 'AMES ITRAYVILIK .-XDIQIIAIDI: VVIIISON .1 ' ,1' N-WV' J i j ' if' A jl. ,i X econd-Year Latin Clubs .'illYQl1.S'fIl.l' Illfllll Club x71lfl'll.Y Caefmr Lllllull Club BRAUI-'okn Wiocsms . . , Pres. DAVID WOOD ...... Pres. PHC-GY.lOHNS'l'ON . . . V.-Pres. liUTH !XNNE FISHER . . V.-Pres. PATTY-IACIKSON . .... See. MARX' M. STANLAND . . . Sec. RALPH lVlIl.l.AR . . , Tre-as. FLOYD WILLIAMS .... Treas. HE Latin clubs of New Hanover High School meet every two weel culture of ancient Italy. These programs consist of talks on and slide pie games, and other amusements and constructive entertainments. Projects 111341 First-Year Latin Clubs R351 Cato Lalfn Clulz Hor11l1'I1.s' Lalfn Clzzli PEGGY EPPERSUN ..... Pres. -IIM GIBSON ........ Pres. GENE WITIIERSPQON . . V.-Pres. SUI2 QIIINIIIVIXN , . . . V.-Pres, HESTIER FREEMAN ..... Sec. CiRETA KILMP .... . . . Soc. SHIRLEY SMITH . . . . Tre-as. XVII.I,Y .ANN FIRICKSON . . Treas. Regulus Lalz' CIIARI.Ias CAIInII.II BARBARA ClARTFR . Bunn WILSON . . LoIs MAGNIISIIN . . class period. Varied programs are presented which pertain to the life and ie Latin background, slide pictures of stories written in Latin by the students, aiding a family at Christmas are also accomplished by these Latin clubs. 11351 II Cl ll ln . . . . Pres . . Y,-Pres . . . Sec . . Treas Second-Year Latin Club IIINA IIAMPIIIILII M.ARX' l'IIRI'I-Lk . BI-1'I"I'IIc IXNN AIJ.-xms BARBARA BRAGLI QILAIR BRowNI,IcI-1 jIf:AN BUIS JXNNE BURNII41 JANE CILFMONS BILL C:ORBli'l"l' R. R. Cfilkl-ll'1'I"l' IACKIIQ ffUXA'AN KIf:I'I'II GLOVIQII EVHIIYN GIII,IJIsIIIuI .IXNNIQ IFIAIII. OLIVIALR lllI'l'AI"lf INUHIERT KIIIHNQUN IIMMY KING MARuARII'I' OI.Dl-1Nl!l"l"l'l4xl MARxIC3Rlli PICNTUN B. lj. PnI,I,AIzI: PEGGY Poc1I.I-2 CQICRALDINIC PRIasI:u'I"I Hl11I.I-IN PRIcs'I'oN MARX' .KNN RORISON IJORIQ AIIINII: SI,1IIIIII'I"I' N.NN1IX' SlIliI.'I'ON NANCY IXNN SLIIAN ELAINI: SvII'I'II !N4ARY LUIIISIQ S'l'liNVA l:l,ORl'1Nl1li S'I'rINIa :ALMA SWAIN' .IIIIIN SNVART -IIIIIN SwIsIcNIaY -IIMMY 'FIIQMAS JUIIN WI-lliKS CLILMIOR WVIIIIIQ CII,IN'I'uN XVILSUN MARY WRIGIII' rrlllll PIALIIIIRS R'I' Ilura Smznfla PI'I-Q. BILLY H.AlJI.l'1X' . . . 'I'l'l'2lS. X' -PI-vs. ffURNlf.l.IlIS SMH-Kk'l' . , Sw. CARI,'I'oN Ac:RIaIa MIRIAIII ANDERSON DON Bl2NNl'1T'l' IONA CZAMPBICLI. BRUCI: CILARK SIIIRIILNII1 LIONRAII MARI.IcNI'1 IBAIII HI31RB141R'l' FIsIIIaI4 BILLY HAlJlIl'LX' FRANUI-is HAIIIILIUN 'DICK HANSQN -IOIIN HAZl,lilll!llS'l' STANLIQY KNIYIII' BILL KIIIIN AIIILIAN l,ANIIcR IDAVID IAIQIINARII BOBBY 1VilI.IIl'lR IVIARY PoR'I'Iak KIOSICPII SKIIIIIIEGICI, IJAPIINI4: SlilGl.l'1R BIc'I"I'Ii SIIIIIII KA'I'III':RINIc SUIIIMIN ffURNl'1l.ll'S SM':XR'IW LIRACIIC 'l'AYI.uI4 Bli'l"l'Y IIVUDID GEORGIQ W'AI.'I'IIN CIHRALD WA'III4INs LAURA WII.I.IAms First-Year Latin Club II7L'I.l'1I' N1ARjURIli PIaN1'oN . . . Pres. CEIIINTUN NVILSON . um CiIe1zAI.ImINIc PRI4.sI:o'I"I' . Y.-Pr:-s. EVICLYN COLIIIIIQIAII . tl 11361- ELIZAIIETII ANN BELCIIER BLANOIIIL BURRISS MARLIORII2 NlfI.I. ffAGl,l41 .IICNNIIZ CANNON SARAII ffI.ARK Cm' COOK IVIARILYN COs'I'I-:I.I O IVIARY K.A1'lIL1RlNl4i 'DAVIS PA'I' GRANLIIQR FRIQDIJII-1 l.I-LI: H.Ah1II.'l'frN LAURA H.fXRRISS JOHN PIINSON N1AR'I'HA HCJOl'l-ll! H. I.. Klf1l1'li f:AR0l,YN Kl41S'l'liR EMMA I.IsI: Mc:I,I1AN I'fl2NRY MIQROIQR tlIMMII-1 OLDIIAM KAX'l41 IQAYNUR LIION ROIJSIL BARBARA Sc:O'I"I' ERMALIZIAL SXVEIIM I,IIr:RI-1'I'IA 'l1IIORN'I'ON BARIIARA T'RlIl.UVl'l MAROII-1 XC-KNICR SIL-KLIIC IOAN XIVARSHAUER BIQSQIIQ Lm. WIQAVI-:R Second-Year Latin Club IJFXII-7IZIfI'07Z Home QIOAN WARSIIAIII-LR . . . Pr:-s. H. I..KI11I'I'lI . . . . Flrnae N1ARGIlif:ACI,li , . V.-Prvs, -IICNNIIQ CANNON vc First-Year Latin Club Sorfz' 1.01171 1' IIRRY OLI'l'l..AXS' . . P11-s. BE'I"I'Y FI.li'l'CHliR . . 'l'I'I'as. BOIIIIY BRANOII , . Y.-Pr:-s. l.AVliRNliPUCKI-1'l"l' . . . Sc-c. 11371 .-XNNIQ BIaN'I'ON BOBBIE BRANCII .XNN BROCK PAT BIICIKIIA' xIAc:QIIr:I.INI: CAMP f1AIl. fIORBl-1'l"l' MARII: COVII. PIIILIP CROWIJIQR NORMA CIIMMINO C:I.IFTON IDIXUN .XNNIR Ijllll.-KNT IRIS ELLIS FAYI4: FARMIQR BI-L'r'I'Y FI.I3'I'r:III2R SUNNY FURLONG XXERNON HAY'ES I,l'1SI.II'1 HLIMMlEI.I. MA'II'I'II3 JOHNSON BIIQIKY LANI1: BILLII-1 LEONARD PATRIIIIA LUNAN HII.lDA 1VfA'l"I'lll-ZXVS MARTIN MII.I.AR GliR'lxll2 B. N1Yl'1RS -JERRY OII'I'I.Aw IOYIII: PIIIIIICMON -NANCIX' POWIQLI. EARI,IcI1:N PRATT IIAVERNE PIIc:I4I:I"I MARII11 SII'I"I'ON WILLIAM TURNI-:R EIJNA WALKEIQ BILL WARRILN REL! NVIQYRIIRN WOOIIWARII OI.IW'I1IR W'OR'I'IIINn TON .1 11, . 1 -1 , 'f' ,ip 1 I 5'- in 1 11 1 J , .3 -1 DWL 1 J 1 a 1 1 I 1 4 . . 11 1 1 1 1 f C' 1 ' 1 yy' 1: 'f 'fix , '. 1' 1112 1.:7uf1.F1 .. 1 1. L ,,.. 7 ,Y 1 :1f 1'1"---.15 1 mfwyj-11 -Q13 'sg -' 1. -5 S'1J'-ff? f: . k-11 I 'Y-fr .5535 1 fgw 35 -U,,1J mg. V -- 1. 1 .111 1 - w I . If-5"L4g', E5 1 .5 fy 1 . a 1" , -. 1 1. . 1, . E, , 1 . . 12-nw-if-'15-1--'- -Lev 1 ' 1' V. 1 L. 1 , 1 . . 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' 'Y ' X 2 ,v-3 ,.., ,. ..., Q-21", f f 1,,- A fax fi 1 ' - Xu' A y7-fv, f -,L-3 -N... --r- - - -Wx 'f li. ,J-Q. '-""-" xXx .L I 1- f sf-W f'- f f 'f ' f A'f 'A' "The time you won your school the race We cheered you through the market place. CHEERLEADERS It471PI'fI'flg,' MARGUIZRITE TODD, BETTY DAVIS, MARIIIX'N GOODMAN tCo-HEAD ClHEERLEADERSl, BOBBY MIaI,'roN, PATTY SOUTHERLAND -Sllf1IIIlIiII4Q.' -IANICIL HARvIf:I.I.. HIaRIII3R'r FIsHt:R, SYLVIA WATSON, 'IIMMY SUTTON, SARA KAY'IoIcDAN, MALflOI.M CRAwFoRIm..IIzAN Ckoss ARGE crowds of spectators viewed the thrilling games in which our splendid football team showed wonderful playing ability. Under the coaching of Leon Brogden. Tom Davis, and Jap Davis and the able leadership of Co-Captains-Iimmy Pincr and Buddy Bridges. the VVildcat Team fought hard aIId ended the season with a total of seven victories and one tie out of eleven games. The victory over E. C. T. C. on Thanksgiving Day was another triumph for the 'Cats The student section of the Legion Stadium proved to be a great success. Numbers of students and townspeople flocked to out-of-town games, as did our spirited cheer- leaders who led the cheering onlookers. The Wfildkittens also Inade a name for themselves this year. The Junior Varsity Football TeaIn played some swell games and left behind them a path of victories and gallant defeats. That junior Varisty Basketball Team did some fine work on the hardwood, too. Keep up the good work, Kittens! The Varsity Basketball Team of '47 was one of the best yet, and we are mighty proud of their record. In all, 1946-1947 was a successful year for the W'ildcats1 the teams deserve our heartiest congratulations! 1113-if i140P Jn DAVE LE ON BR OGDEN To M D AVIS -1 M. ca nz F M P S m 5 Q Eg W mm Q 25 Z ii f :ggi-E a-:,2S9:- j.,QP','i,R 3Z,..::A1Z OA oO ,SSJEEEQ QOQQ ::: ,CSF :ii w 2'- 5ifE?E gpgmga -,Q 05241 SRA A A5655 -I E52 1:-2 Li Ormi- . 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T ou bet cha' xx .4- gcn og X Senior Statistics S I lie here on the beach letting the salty winds blow in memories of the last . four years, I find it almost impossible to believe I have graduated from good ol' New Hanover High. Why, I remember so clearly being a green freshman! Our class began to stalk the halls of New Hanover High School in '43, and it was this year that the Isaac Bear Annex was opened. Naturally the upper classmen pulled the traditional 'ftake the elevator to the fourth floor" gag on us, and we were obligingly gullible. We soon settled down, however, and learned our way around, we chose Patty Southerland, Billy McEachern, and Neal Partrick as our class officers. Our sophomore year found us a little more cosmopolitan, for we were no longer the babies of the school. We also began taking a more active part in all school functions, and we changed our meeting place from the back of the school to the Fourteenth Street corner, where we could begin to view those sacred steps. Our helmsmen for the year were: Winifred Harriss, Marilyn Goodman, and Jean Cross. After a brief summer of surf and sun bathing, we found ourselves juniors with Marilyn Goodman, Winifred Harriss, and Bobby Melton our class captains for the year. Those black onyx rings, a symbol of three years of hard work, really felt good on our fingers. f'Sixteen in August," a light comedy, starring Frank Bradley and Sara Kay jordan was a big success as our Junior Play. The prom we gave the seniors carried out a carnival theme and was the best one in school history-at least we think so. There was one unerasable blot on this wonderful year, however, for it was in '46 that one of our most beloved classmates, Earl Godwin, was so quickly snatched from us. Earl's smiling face and wonderful disposition will never be forgotten, for he still lives in the hearts of all those who knew him. "Hey, gang, weire seniors! Betty Lou O'Master, Flora McIver, and Ed Pitts are our class leaders. Those steps are all ours, and mercy on the under classman who dares tread on our sacred propertyf' It was so hard to believe we were actually atop the high school ladder. Half the time I expected one of last year's alumni to pop up and say, "Hey, under class- man. what are you doing on the Senior Steps?', One of the most wonderful things about being a senior is seeing your classmates as the school leaders, the ofiicers of the R.O.T.C., the presidents of clubs, and the editors of all school publications. Our senior year also marked the adoption of a new constitution, which proved highly successful. But how can I relate all the senior highlights, there were so many: Our Christmas Dance, our Senior Play, the prom the juniors gave us, and the final thrill of receiving our diplomas arejust a few. Each senior could list hundreds more. Now that we have reached our final goal, we realize how much we hate to leave our school, but time marches on, and we m-ust make place for another graduating class. Even though we are leaving, we'll never forget our school or the friends we have made here. And to our teachers and principal go our deepest appreciation for laying a strong foundation for our future life in an adult world. 11461 ast Will and Testament W X IE, the members of the Class of '47, being of sound body, and comparatively sound mind, memory, and under- standing, do hereby will and bequeath our meager possessions to our heirs in this prescribed manner and form: First: To the Juniors we leave all the work, play and good times that can possibly be crowded into one year, hoping these make your last year at New Hanover High School as happy as ours was. Second: To the underclassmen we leave our outstanding football record hoping that New Hanover High School will produce a championship team next year. fWe'll beat Raleigh yet.D Third .' Fourth: To all future Senior Classes we bequeath the privilege of "passing outu First from assembly. To next year's students we leave our teachers fplease be kind to themj, classrooms, and all immovable fixtures, most of those not fastened securely will probably depart with us in the spring. FW..- I , WE I. I, I, I. I, I, I WE WE I, I, I, I, I, WE I, Wis I. WE, WE As individuals it is our wish to bequeath the following possessions to those not as fortunate as we: BETTY LOU OIMASTER, do will and bequeath my ability to dodge Miss Sanders in the hall to any under- classman who, like me, doesn't like to remain in homeroom. TOMMY HALL, O. K. PRIDGEN and JIMMY KRAUS, will our ability to filibuster in Mrs. LeGrand's Govern- ment Class to Donald Doxy, Fred Babson, and Leonard Colley. LEWIS HACKLER, will my personal chair in the office to Howard Talley, hoping that he wonlt have to use it as often as I did. JIMMY CAUDILL, leave my ability to heckle Miss Morriss to any one who gets talked into taking " advanced' next year. PRINCESS STELLINGS, bequeath my favorite word Hasinine' to anyone who can use it as much as I do. BOBBY MELTON, will my title of New Hanover High Sehoolls Sinatra to Pete Acree, who is already on the way to eaming it. SARA KAY JORDAN, leave my tiny ears to anyone who has the brains to fit between them. DON HYATT, will part of my famous height to Larry Dagenhart, hoping that now he can reach water fountains without having to stand on tiptoe. PATTY SOUTHERLAND, bequeath my tiny waist to Eleanor Willettsg I hope it fits. WINIFRED HARRIss and RICHARD GALPI-IIN, leave our hustle-bustle efheiency to Scott Strickland and Tommy Hamilton. , .IEANNINE STANLEY and GENE WARREN, leave the Wildcal in the capable hands of next year's staff. We hope they enjoy their work as much as we did. MARILYN GOODMAN, will my well-worn copy of:'How to Win Friends and Influence People' to Rosemary Sweeney. I hope it helps her as much as it did me. VIRGINIA I'IATCH, leave this year book fat lastlj to all the students, hoping it will be a link to their high school days. BOBBY HAAS, leave my blond curls to Charles Russell. The reason is self-evident. PERCY TXVIFFORD, leave my quiet ways to Donald Peterson. He may need them eventually. NEAL PARTRICK, leave my way with the women to Malcolm Crawford, although he does pretty well without it. DIANE COSTELLO and RACHEI. CAMIERKJN, bequeath our looks toJean Bobbitt, to be passed on if not needed. JO ANNE SNEAD, do will my sympathetic disposition to anyone willing to listen to all the tales of woe. RAY HOOD and BOB DAVIS, leave our sunny dispositions to Johnny Crowley and Poli Barefoot with the request that they try to keep them in check. ALBERT RHODES, leave my freckles to Robert Venters, who might get along just as well without them. REX WILLIS, RONNIE WALKER, EBE GODWIN and ROBERT FURR, will the fun of our duck hunting excursions to any boys rugged enough to live through them. the aforesaid Class of '47, leave to the faculty and students of New Hanover High School our promise to spread her fame, to live up to her ideals, and to keep her memory in mind as we go through the world. In Witnesx Wlzereqf, the said Class of '47 do hereunto set our hand and afhx our seal. Wimesred by: Jeannine Stanley, Shirley Berger, Nancy lNinningham. Signed: Senior Class of '47. -I 1471'- Class Prophecy S I step oil' the latest thing in airplanes created by the mastermind, "SandyB . Jordan, I step into the arms of 1967. Nice place to land-in the future. My baggage is given to Jack Bryant, first-rate bootlegger by night, who lugs it toward a taxi labeled, "We fly by night, call Hall or Marablefl As I step into the taxi, made possible by Neal Partrick and his sidekick, Jimmy Caudill, we fairly leap toward town. The cab driver, H. J. Farr, switches on the radio, made by Jimmy Spivey and Company, in time for me to hear the end of the Bobby Haas' Hour of groovy music with the voice of "Nightingale,' CGraciej Gurganious as its main attraction. The Mary Claire Bates' Hour comes on directly after with a few songs to sweeten the air, a commercial by reknowned announcer, Finley McMillan, about Bob Stewart's "Cream for the muscle boundgn and Steve Stefanadis to answer the questions Mr. Anthony couldn't. A news flash cuts that program short, stating scientists and mathematicians all over the world are tearing their hair and chewing doorknobs because Mademoiselle Mellie Hill Barlow has completely upset the world mathe- matics with her newest theory that a square is really a circle. Her assistants are Fay Sloan and Franklin Graham. All the while billboards have been flashing by and different signs meeting my eye, such as: "Allen Lanier's Horse Pills will cure anyone, any time, any wherelf' and "Come to Ebe Godwin's for bunionsg only man who has a surplus of samell' And "June Wardls rhumba classes shake the worldf' As time goes by we enter the city limits, and I see Police Captain Bill Kuhn with his right hand man, Don Hyatt, dragging George Jones and Herman Vick toward city hall for breach-of-promise suits! On my right I see Reverend Ray Hood and his wife, "Cooter', CLewisj, with their four Jackis and a Jill. On my left I notice the sign, "Jeannine Stanley and Nancy Winningham Bachelors, Home, we also raise catsl' and on the porch, in rocking chairs, reading Quo Vadis, I spot4Senator Robert Congleton, Dr. Hugh Evans, Professor Bob Davis, and Fireman Sonny Blalock. As we turn off Third Street, on to Chestnut, I see where Mary Anne Jenkins and Judy Pridgen have taken over MacMillan and Cameron. Lewis Hackler is watering the daisies about the gas pump while Shirley Berger, female mechanic, is showing her latest customers, Sybil Tanner and Lorraine D,Lugin, how McKenzie's newest daily machine works. In the background I notice Rex Willis and "Butch" Swart struggling to keep the pink ribbons and lace on their trousers neat while they wax a car, designed by Lina Rogers and Phyllis Smith, with Eugene Ensley's no rinse, no wipe, no rubbing solution. In front of the Post OH-ice I find Donald Lawrence selling pictures, taken in 1946, for twenty-five cents to such characters as Bob Wilson, Jimmy Browne, Billy 411481 Pittman Ronnie Walker and june Andrews. These pictures were taken on sail- boats and trains. I find 4'Toddy,' Fennell's Sports Shop, jimmy Page's Five and Ten, and Betty Ann Russell's Hardware Store as I ride down Front Street. From the corner of Front and Princess, I see the Stellings' Fleet and two tug boats which are the property of Billy McEachern. They are commonly called Carolyn CLillyj and Diane CCostellol. Henry Trulove is in charge of both, while Billy Burton is in command of the fleet. The mayor of the town, Sara Katherine jordan, and her associate, Dick Gol- phin, parade by with the city councilmen: Betty Yopp, Catherine LeGwin, Norwood Bender, Flora Mclver, Fritz Stelljes, Betty Davis, Albert Rhodes, Martha Holton and Irving Maynard riding in style behind. A little farther down the street I leave my taxi to stop in Miriam Anderson,s Restaurant where I order her specialty, chicken a la president, cooked the special ,IO Anne Snead way! While waiting for my order, which head waiter Billy Mason took, I spy a few celebrities, such as: jimmy Piner, coach of Notre Dame, and Buddy Bridgers, Arrnyis coach, movie idol Bobby Melton and his religious educator, Virginia Hatch, and star of the Metropolitan Opera, Frank Bradley. On my left the movie serial queen, Betty Walter, is dining with the king of the hog callers, Percy Twiford. Along the wall in booths either sipping cider through a straw or blowing foam OH a beer, I see these faces: Jeanette Dexter, Hilda Covil, jackie Godley, Margaret Cathy and Earl Bender, Paul Horton and Doris Helms, and Mickie Hartis with play boy, Carl VVilliams. After a delightful meal, I stroll toward Dick Hanson,s Goo-Gow Shoppe where I am greeted at the door by his wife, Edna Matthes, who turns me over to Alita Bryant, who in turn shows me to a table near the center, where Surgeon Mary Reynolds is seated. With the sweet music of the Patty jones' Orchestra, the models Patty Southerland, jean Cross, Marilyn Goodman and Rachel Cameron swing into view! After a few minutes of showing off clothes designed by Ruth Ellen Edwards and Evelyn Walkup, we see the new Ann Farmer Safety Pin Bathing Suit! No pin? No suit! As the shop darkens, we hear the Carolyn King Chorus, including: Mildred Thomas, Margaret Holmes and Nan Yandle singing sweetly, "The Old Saw Songlv As the room becomes light once more the models have changed, and we now see the following displaying men,s wear: Roger Corbett in slacks Cah, what a chest !-no shirt, you knowlg Bobby Clemmons in the newest silk lounging pajamas Cah, that shave-no beard, you knowl, and Albert Beall displaying the loudest thing in swim trunks fah, that hair-red curls, you knowj. Full of pink champagne thought up by Winifred Harriss and bottled by Mary Ann Hamilton, I stumble into the street where doorman, Frank Bruce, assists me into a taxi driven by J. C. Price this time, that is waiting to carry me back to good ol' 1947. On my way out, and I do mean out, I notice one sign which favors the eye quote: "Peyton Pitts, and Otto Pridgen's Beauty Shoppe-we specialize in blondes." -11491 Our Gang ful ff Gold Brzcks "Love me? 99 Eveqybouiv loves my ball Wim! 'cha d0lA7l'.D Senior-itas 11501 -1.2 I: "I n ig Ei-4' -flu: s. ff I ,Y 5- f .' . K L, ug, f If f -EIWL ..f- 1 72 .9-.f' IL -5- 1 , . x A V, ,-Q2'fxi Jqii!v"C3:? M jrv fxx 2 ".?" '. I 1 1,-f"'1 iijjil Y -42. i ,fs-f' LS- e' 'sg - e - V .A e -fm A f ,-Qgfzii,-3.13955 , ' A71 f2'X-.'f"5g' ? 'R -:3"""'Z"7".-, ee 2'Wff N" 'Kline -ELW 'fl ' '- fgfz--, 4 1- .X , -':'si'fT:a- -K '-.43 5'-'N"'?' 15. L"' 7' e , - , 'f' ,-i-- v' '..f.'j.K-4.Yh1.3 ,Y 'V ?,- V- 41:5 f-fx'-335'-'-iff, - ee- --L..-E-1 9 .1-gli' .fxxXY fix: Qi' -? Y L ,E 3-' -g'.S, - ' ' igTl" ' F il- e -A -fl i..iT-'Lf' Advertisements g e F If Congratulations to the Class Tyr ,47 J. C. PENNEY COMPANY SHOP AND SAVE AT PENNEY7S 243 North Front Street J. M. WEEKS Distributor of Eye-Ease Paper andcnherSchoO1SuppHes also Royal Typewriters 18 PRINCESS STREET XVILMINGTON, N. C. Good Luck Always HONNET 1867 14 North Front Street ANCHOR HARDWARE CO. -Er, A ai? YT ...... X-.v-geii ., 9 ,, , I - .RX ""' r-r.-T5-1-. - - A 1153 I HOME OF BOATS, MOTORS, AND MARINE SUPPLIES 11521- Congralulations lo the Class cj 347 .,:--iff' fa ,4."?-" A lu- I' . ..,, r- f-, 434. . it., .. ..--aff" ' ati mtg.-f.4:4g1119q2 ti 1: Ip ,.,,:5ga-- iz 5, -g.g:1.-Q .R "4 " -. 11" ::'3'2f lx .,:.,4'.E 5--. ga 'q..:g::.ja '. 1 ' 1 'Z' "' - W 'za ,. Rf- 5.3. 3. . .. if 5 '-1125.1-.f-1 L. 'nn' .. "4 ' at ., nf.:- :..: .4 '-'.,, -' ' ,gf xg . -I WONDER DRESS SHOP 33 North Front Street PENDER FURNITURE COMPANY "A.r.riJmnt Homemakerf' 28 South Front Street Dial: 4954 Compliments cj H. L. GREEN CO. 258 North Front Street 11531- CONGRATULATIONS TO THE CLASS OF ,47 KINGOFFS W ilrnington's Leading jeweler 10 North Front Street Come lo BELK-WILLIAMS 232 North Front Street For T our Clothing Needs FOY-ROE SL CO. O DEPENDABLE MERCHANDISE for MEN Congratulations and Best Wishes to the Class gf ,47 SALLY FROCKS Home rj Carole King junior Dresses LUCY B. MOORE Flowers For All Occasions A Complete Gift Shop CORNER OF 15TH AND MARKET 11541 I. SHRIER AND SONS "Congratulations" FOX'S ROYAL BAKERY CAKES - PASTRIES Serving Wilmz'ngton for Over Twengz-nine Tears 1306-08 Market Street Dial 7171 Be st Wishes to the Class qf '47 WAHL'S KNOWN Fon SMART F ASHIONS o 214 North Front Street SU ANN SHOE STORE Footwear for All Compliments fyf SEWELL'S CLEANERS AND LAUNDRY SERVICE Twelfth and Market Streets Wilmington, N. C. Dial 2-3571 Ill- , A. H. YOPP PIANO PIANOS, VICTROLAS RADIOS, AND RECORDS MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS AND SUPPLIES 209 Princess Street Phone: 2-3722 11551- CO. Always the Best at Congratulations A FREEMAN SHOE COMPANY t -fm , "Shoes that Satityfya' FASHION CENTER 24 North From Street 115 North Front Street -z' X - 171 A A A Best VVz'.x'hes to the Class rj '47 t NISBETS MA E E-, For Fun and Healthful Play I Sporting Goods SEARS, ROEBUCK AND CO. are S l -M561 C0m1blflIlFHf.S' rj BRITT'S DONUT SHOP Thafs All BULOVA - GRUEN - LONGINES ELGIN - HAMILTON WATCHES STANLEYS The Little House zyf Qiualiafy jewelry QIIMMIE SIMPKINS, Manager 5 North Front Street Our Congratulations CITY OPTICAL COMPANY 218 North Front Street CONGRATULATIONS TO TI-IE CLASS OF '47 REED'S Wilmington'.s Largest Diamond Importers 7 North Front Street Our Best Wishes for the Future EFIRD'S DEPARTMENT STORE Help EF IRD'S and EFIRD'S will help you PIANos Congratulations 7947 Class YOUNG MEN,S SHOP MCGRATH 8: CO. 108 Market Street Phone 2-3546 Evegithing M usiea! Records - Sheet Music - SUPPIICS FRONT AND PRINCESS STREET and Band Instruments FOR BECOMING SHOES BE COMING TO THE CINDERELLA BOOTERIE Witmingtorfs Finest Shoe Store -11571 May Tour Future Be As Ou, Congmtulatiom Happy AI T our Past to the Your Class ,-47 PIIHTGEIITE 'J 114 Market Street KESTER ART STUDIOS SERVICE DRUG STORE PRESCRIPTIONS A SPECIALTY Cut Rate Dial 7739 CORNER 8TH AND MARKET STREETS, WILMINGTON, N. C. Congratulations HAROLD W. WELLS AND SON , C1055 fy' ,47 ! Insurance - Bonds EDWIN FARRELLY Phone 2-3746 IVTERIORS 226 Princess St., Wilmington, N. C. 302 N, Frgnt Stfcct Phone 5980 A L L l L L L For Quality Only In Anniversary ana graduation Qzfty TRUST BUILDING WILMINGTON, N. C. Dial 6241 Corner Front and Market Streets 11581 For Anything in the Way rj Beautjul Flowers K T .NS N WILL REHDER - S L .. X , l N DRUG C0 5 6 mxiiXWRRNNXX N Dial: 9649 For Manjf Tears l ' Q K R E S S STORES COMPLIMENTS OF Have Specialized in School Requirements W' H' MCEACHERN AND SON Big Values Little Priccs HXVATCH KRESS WINDOWS" I Congratulations and Best Wishes SUTTON COUNCIL FURNITURE CO. ALWAYS THE BEST IN FURNITURE 11591 Phone 2-2335 Complimenls to the Class zyt ,47 SOPHIA'S FLOWER SHOP ci., zz will Jlmf, 616 South Seventeenth Street Phone 2-8125 ALBERT F. PERRY INSURANCE - BONDS 230 Princess Street 11601 S H O E M A K E R S SCHOOL AND OFFICE SUPPLIES 206-208 Princess Street O O Phone: 2-3332 IVz'ldcatsECongratulalions On T' our '46 Football Season FREDERICK WILLETS FOOD CENTER .North Carolinefs Finest 2431 Market Street Opposite Forest Drive Phone 5843 Best Wishes from J. L. BALDWIN REAL ESTATE - INSURANCE GRAHAM APPLIANCE COMPANY K Sales and Service 1106 Market Street Meet 2' our Friends at the K. ISL W. SODA SHOP 2419 MARKET STREET 11611 I ga Work refreshed pg ! I ' , Q, ff 1 . 231 I' U IUVVLID UND!! AUINOIIIV Ol YN! COCA-COlA COMPANY IV WILMINGTON COCA-COLA BOTTLING WORKS, INC. Qmalzmtion Opens the door to greater opportunities and accomplishments in life In your future plans include the habit of saving regularly THE FOUR-MILLION-DOLLAR CAROLINA BUILDING AND LOAN ASSOCIATION 201 Princess Street Wilmington, North Carolina 11621 Compliments aj THE GROCERTERIA STORES YA-DE MOTH PROOFING AIR -DEX WATER PROOFING Qyeing - Alteration - Cash and Carey WILLIAMS DRY CLEANERS H. R. XVILLIAMS 808 South 17t - J. C. WILLIAMS, Managers h Street Phone 2-1357 Wilmington, N. C. CONGRATULATIONS AND BEST WISHES TO THE CLASS OF '47 DRINK ORANGE - CRUSH HINES SPORTING GOODS COMPANY HH PW! to Play, Carbonated Beverage Phone 2-1120 14 Princess Street Keep Tuneet to I C 1540 For the Best in Entertainment 111631 NEWTON'S DRY CLEANERS MARVIN "BUDDY', NEWTON, OWNER DRY CLEANERS LAUNDRY SERVICE HAT BLOCKING 1202 PRINCESS STREET Dial 2-1677 WILMINGTON, N. C. Congratulations and Best Wishes I I N4-X Branch Ojce 18 SOUTH 2ND STREET Dial 4649 11641 W. G. GODWIN E. P. GODWIN E. W. GODWINS SONS MANUFACTURERS or LUMBER AND DEALERS IN BUILDERS, SUPPLIES "EveUthing to Build the Housen Dial 7747 WILMINGTON, N. C. -11651 66 G 9 WMM Sf 21 South Front Street Wilmington , 5-CQ.ff61",.Y EXCLUSIVE LADIES' WEAR SUITS - DRESSES - FORMALS 219 Princess Street Threatt-Jordan Motors, Inc. T our DE SOTO-PLYMOUTH DEALER Wilmington, N. C. Phone: 2-1105 Where Style and Quality Prevaif' 11661 BARREL DRY CLEANERS HAT RENOVATORS 211 Princess Street Phone: 4626 ffeelabzj 7al'tA . in Memory of ti1e men and boys of New Hanover High School-our comrades-who made time supreme sacrifice for ti1eir country in time greatest anci most terrible of ali wars-World War ii. 1941 - 1945 ir at VETERANS OF FOREIGN WARS James A. Manley Post 2573 Al 1671 WOOTTEN - MOULTON PHOTOGRAPHERS iwi may We Extend Our 7365! Wislaey C1' 0 Yau Clays of '47 56519 Studios at: NEW BERN, FORT BRAGG, CAMP BUTNER, CHAPEL HILL 41681- Stationery Art and Drafting Supplies SCHOOL SUPPLIES Whether buying, looking or simply killing time you are always welcome at OFFICE SUPPLIES, INC. Dial 8666 223 Princess Street Founded 1867 THE WILMINGTON STAR-NEWS Morning - Evening - Sunday ir Complete State, National, World News over the full-leased wires of the Associated Press 8L United Press af Watch the "Star News" for High School Sports 11691- 6 ' ' ' , N, v,,,.,.,. lo: GQVERNOR STREET, RICHMQND, WRGINIA f11f2 :,12A ' fz Y 'Q Q l' m ' 1fW, f -2 Xfff - l ! 411701 2NGRAVINGS FCDI2 TI-HS BUCK PRCDDUCED BV AS. . A - . . 4. 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