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

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,4e .ov f--v .J ,Sb vi' .- ll I Ni W. n . Y' -Q11 -El uf I ul I ws! S2 V z 145 i 3? QQ-if ., Mik HA OVERIA I95O M f 1751. -'K 7 614 QXIER H16 VL' v mmm J- A -A 5, vga! I 2 LQ, 21 W M f aj New Hanover Hugh School Wilmington North Carolina 'I 4 J 1 f , I ,x -in 1 ' ' ' ' 1 N ' ' Q , J I , 1. y ' - V- AU fy, ' , I, U Q Y , I G ,Lf-Z7-41 'T Rf-Q , 1 5 v , Z' CWLK H ' ,. x Q 4 A 0 A , ' l , lf I . . 7 LU O "CL 14-1.40 fr 7' 1 2 lv-ll' 0 4 I ' U , A KX 9 P N. Ax I TJ ,wmv 'X' 0 6 X 0 "' 4 XS "W . i Rx X f O' ,.f'f,y, ' W' vi ! u t' fl. f X. 5 + 5 1 :I ' ' 1 ' ' 1 17 Preface Thus year the HANJOXLRIAN us presentung New Hanower Hugh School yesterday and today To symboluze the turn of the half centurv we haue trued to pucture somethung, of the past as a contrast to the people and ex ents that :ure now contrubutung to makun New Hanover the best We are 11 new generatuon who renluze the umportance of hav .1 good cducatuon Thus us the spurut vsuth whuch New Hanoxer vms begun .und thus us the spurut whueh makes us know that no matter whuch phase of hfe we may enter vue wull be fully prepared We as the students before us ure proud to be graduates of New Hanoxer today I9 DHA OVERI . Y . . Y Y . A u, A .lv . - V . . Y . I, v ' ' sr o fu as - - X - ,- . U I . . , . . V. . V Y Vs I Ina . y . . . . V .5 . . V , , ' x ,. . . , . v r v f ', V? 2 V ,J e J Y ! . I J I , fl lin.: I a X1-Ny I ,X 'W V V' 5 ll, 3 QL, ,mby -,. ry , . A 1 J V I V , 1 V If -1 V E xnfigff. 1 xx ' Y Q ' Q, x x E , 4 U L x F, K N 14, " I 7 UAL- XL W f g ru..nm YW-S 1 --'25 R I I If -H1-C.l11:'f S S B . Nfauagcr by the Students of New Hanover High School HAM QDVE IOZQEYXM lQ5U Dual Dedlcatlon ln h1rmony with the dual theme of picturing the Past 1nd the Present this yearbook timing, the high St1nd1rds of the Past and 1t the simc time are endeaxormg to elexate our 1de1ls tod1y have been chosen for this honor Miss Margaret Williams for her competent unselfish md dexotcd Scrxncc to New H1nox er High School And To Mr. .lohn Lounsbury for his clptble, ll"lVlgOI"lIlI1g and cooperatlxc service to New Hanover High Qchool We Dedicate The l95O Hanoverian ., LX.-. -.-. L., -- O O is featuring a dual dedication. Two members of the faculty who have contributed to main- .. i ' ' D , 4 . . Q Q 4 X i ' 7 i ' l To N I ' ' 7 2 Y k 1 '. ' IIITFIEIIITTS SECTION ONE--A 1 Sugn Our School and Its Staff SPCTIOIN TVR O PlL,L Suumtun Our Classes Our Actlvltles SILLTION POUR Om Hundrgd Ilftx hx Our Advertlslers I .J F ., . f f . . , , , x I , .I x , , I -W -it 1 I al 0 .W X . A - in I r . I ff , M' 4 1 f I X I I I I I ,. , , . , N I. , , ' I . . AL . 4 I ri 9 W, " N s I SIZCTION 'I'IIRIfIf--I'.13.gc Seventy-ninc , . , , . 1 h h I. . Y- , Ky ,f 4 I ' rl -' 1 -v Q- . ,P A' I J IE 1' , I .' 1 67 , V ,J . " .J . ' 1 .' .' J I 1' I I ' ' 'F Q I' X r - . 1 ""I I MR MALCOLM LITTLE 'VIR D LE K SPENCER The School, the Administration, the Faculty 0533 SCZHCDQNL ZQLNED HTS STM? HANQDVETYHKN IQSU New Hanover Hugh School U A E "'o"'f"" """W""X1 X "' ' :""'W1f-1 Mo o . o i ll 12221 I " .Ill 77 1 E fl ' l . --. . ' V , M '-'-1 HAM QDWE L82 AM J 1 G21 X .I-.llil-V-..a.:-.ll,g..J fJ'l-l -sf' 'F lf! HM' fr! f Mr Dale Klrk Spencer Wxthm a smgle year Mr Spencer has prox ed to be an effxcnent prmcnpal Through has untlrmg efforts and nexer ceasmg seruce he has gzunecl the respect and affection of both students and facultx Irnendly nn man ner hxmself, he has brought Cl new spnrnt of frxendlv Looperatlon to our school We feel sure that New Hanoxer Hngh School wxll contmue to grow wnth hum as a leader 9 E D' A N Q ' 1 Q A , ,1 1. qs v J' - D' ' .AJ O l.'-3 5: ' . ' "' Q-, sf? '1 J'-.1 - Y , l , 1 - ' . l'?'j4?ff C4'.:f7f'.f, "F--r-'72, 'Yi' L66 . r. '52, V Tw., is, "Ni .'QLg . ,A ii, l 4 '1 16' 1 fi? lA' 411 flj ffl 1, Nqr -Y 1 1 i ll' I 4 r. , 'fe :,'7,f1, I . , V N jg ,fs L - .,.l,..'T, r 1 2 ' , 43 7, Pj M , . Ui' ling we I!r4 gr' x l' .i G is l 45 1 l 1' X hr, ,, .-n fn! ,. . . V I V . .x . . I HANQDVEW KN lQ5U ,QS The Administration MR MELVIN GUY STAI-IL Asslstant Prnncnpal An educator who has the happy faculty of bemg able to blend the long establnshed methods of educatlon wxth the modern and progressne xdeas Mr Stahl has endeared hxmself to the students wxth hxs ready ad nee 1nd xullmg cooperatlon For h1s efh cnency vse respect hlm for hxs warmth uc a..1ll lnm frlend Our Deans Thenr understandmg and sympathctnc guxdnnce has made them an xndnspensable pant of our school To them no problem us too large or small to gam thenr personal attentnon 'md many a student s school path ns made bnghter because of thexr wnse ads 1ce MRS. MEARES HARRISS MR. FRED CAPPS Dean of Girls Dean of Boys 10 IQSU EHAN GWB EAN The Administration Selted left to rlght MISS Pegey Meadows Student Seeretxry Mrs Zylphm Dnekerson D,1n1els 'Nurse Nllss Nllrle Schulken Reeeptlomst xll9S Il171beth Niontgomers Regrstrar Nfirs :me Dans Secretary Xirs Ruth Loder Dretrtran 'VIrs Nieares I-Iarrmss Stlndlng left to right Mr Dale K Spencer Prmcr pil Mr Nlelxm Cux Stahl Assxstint Prmclpal Nlr fred Cipps Dem of Bow Vlr Vnllmm Arthur Nloore Qustodnn MISS FLILABETH 'xiO'NTC,ON1I1RX Reglstrar Cheerful frlendlx CHICIEDI and mdmspensable exeu all these do not aeeuratelx show hon neeesmrx N lss Niontgomers and her work 1re to the students New Hanox er Hugh Sehool ll O 0 U , L . Q i , ,Q . u 1 ' y : ' .ky y A 1 yi ' - . v. y . . , A . , V . , A . ' ' ,, A 'Q . L. 4 1 ' , 3 . 1 .. . 1 . Y ", l g . . ' , t 'Q . . , Q . . . , Dean of Girlsg Miss Eloise Soots, Student Secretary. Q l 1, lj : . . r , ' '- , . Q A . .' ' J 1' . . Q . . f ,, v . 'V' ' . 1 . ', N .. . A - V - , x V I l iv' . I v A . x x,T1 ' NI 1 - 'V Y , A ,K A I A It A I, , , A . . - of , . L 1 Y A v 7 x . Amotfieieziifxnuf 1950 Facult MATHEMATICS DEPARTMENT Tlnt Mathematles Depqrtment endeuors to dexclop 1n students competence m lll blsnt slnlls and to mcrease thexr 1b1l1ty to understand 1nd eontrxbute to tht Il1lIXlxlI15 of our ent ltlon Left to rnght Row 1 Mr Fred Clpps Mrs Iounse Turner 'Vhss Texvs Nlorrls NI ames Nlstrs M155 Male Saunders Rom Z 'Vhss Vllrx Warren MISS XCIII Bloek MISS Plulmt Iewln Mr Berthl Scott Mr Thom IS Brown ENGLISH DEPARTMENT Learn to read so Ilia! X011 may nad lo lrarn Stlttd around tiblt Mrs Ann Ilssltex 'Vlnss Iimnces FormyDux1l Nlxss Xlfglflll XX llsh 'Vhss Grace Robbms Nlrs Charlts 'Newcomb XIISS Anne Green Nlrs Hu wood Younger Mrs Fllll Sxmmes N11 Burrows Sm1tl1 Stmdmg Nlr Alton lmmth Nlrs Vltart HIFFISS Mr Fred CIPPS Vlrs M1 x WH Che Mmtz 12 I- INE ARTS DEPARTMENT The Fme Arts Dep1rtment endeavors to help students dex elop apprecmtlon both natural and man made obpetts t dewelop tl1e1r skulls md to render serwlte ID any IFCISCIC wav 'Vlr Fred Boukmght 'Vlusnc Nllss Nllrthx Cromartme L1brary Mr S.1muelTavlor Viusne M155 Fanmt OKttf Lnbrary Vhss 'Vhrxon Flsler Bxblltll Literature 1 " 5 I --. A: -+.,- --.-f --- .,-,. -., V1 , A - U Q J e- .2-. rf- Af. --.-,S 2,-,-, f,-. -- ! 1 I I 5 , ,. V, -K .1 , .A . , 1 l l A PP , 1 X V g , , !9' ' . '-1 ' . K: 1 ' x' V A t ' . , l K , 1 I . , A , x . ' Y Y . x' L , r , l . - ' , . . A I' ,. N. 1 1 A . 4 T , 1' . L ' 'S L , , . ' 1 , A . Lr' . 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D 1 y - .1 l . , l 'L " . l SOLIAI STUDIES AND IANCUACI DEPABTMENT AA cflftdn V1 The Social Studies and Lim age Dep1rt xcnt has made us not only better Lltl zens of our own country but also bettci ternltional citizens IS we study the X istory ind llnguages of thc other coun IFICS Rom 1 Miss Mlfy Lathrop Miss Rcbcccl Russ Vlrs MIT, Dixon Bcllamx Miss Mlrglret W1ll11n1s Nlrs Iosle Brock Miss Row 2 'Vlrs Pender Durhlm Vlr lohn Lounsburs Mrs Charles Newcomb 'Vhss Mildred Iolmson Nflr Cy rus Curganus HOME ECONOMICS CLUB The Home Economics Club emplnsizes X the preparation of individuals for more effective home living by helping students to understand their own personal devel- opment and thc ways in which they cm contribute to a more wholesome and hap- pier family life nov and in the future. Miss -lean Bostian Nlss Frances jordan. Vliss Betsy Cobb Mrs. Margaret Pau- son, Miss Yirginia W'ard, Miss lfvelyn Brown, Mrs. Shirley Glover. SCIEINLF DILPARTVIEIXT The Science Department helps us to ac qulrc .1 better understanding of the world in xx hich we live and to mil e better use of our environment Seated Mrs Elsie Lane Mrs Louise Mur ray Mrs Dell Bornemm Miss Lem Tas lor 'Vhss e1n Bostian Standing Mr P1ulWr1ght Nlr William Speacht M ohn Charlton Mr ohn Chase 'i 24 - Afv f'-'f ,':. 'fa N 1 .I Y . 4 I 1 4 f f' f-ai, ' , 'urn' ch... 4,44- I , . . , , . , K . v , ,. Q t 3 A ,. , X ' : ' Q ' , '. - f, A . Q ' A ' ' ii, I aka' Y' A .,. .A 'I' ',.'. Emma Lossen. : 4 . - - Q , . . A . 17, X " , i i. I L f , i . ' 1 KY. .. Y - 1 . - . . V . . H, 6 Q v ,l V A . I ' : . ' , .A - K N ' , ', . l . . , t L I'- N , i J . . V A :i . . Y ' .f "i ' 5 , Y . y ,xr 'I ' , r. J . , i . y W ' . X X , , ' ' N , , , f l , . 1 . . ' 1 l V Facult TRADE AND IWDUSTRN DEPARTXIFINT Tht instructors in this dept tment tiubh their students to use their hinds to milst pricticil and btllltlflll objects Row 1 'VIr L C Stubblchtld NIr liul Schmitt Mr George Vest R xx 7 Mr M I McLeod Nlr im 'Vlwcrs Nlr Chtrlcs Wolff PHYSICAL EDUCATION DEPARTMENT The Physical Education Departmen strives to teach each child sports and activities suitable for leisure time recrea tion in line with his cap1cit1es and inter ests and to develop in the students good habits and attitudes that vsill lead to bet ter exeryday hung Mr Burt Gillttte Miss Mirgirtt Itan Thornton Mr Leon Brogden Mrs Ican Tillett Mr JISPLF Duis I4 COMMERCIAL DEPARTMENT The Commercial Department ofifers thc students 1 good living in Commerce and enables him to enter the business world more successfully. Mrs. George West Mrs. Georgia Jenkins Miss Eloise Scott Mr. Alton Finch Mrs. Myers Mr. Charles Wolff. Mary Elizabeth Hood Mrs. Elsie Tatum Mrs. Annie Laurie Morgan Mr. Willie Warner, Mrs. Bernice Bjonerud. or C Pl II fk I I I IQ5 U LH A N, QD V 1313... ..,. - L l 'i-:i .hiiiv , i .lI. as ,S IQSU :HAM QDVE Other Views of Our School and Its Staff Li..J Sf. mul usgs I'I1u rs alvsass l1LI'L ss um U 'I mt sm: L :sn I pm sg ultmf, IIJL, up XX g pausv. bafon L lar! In LI 1 is I mrs Nun that Iwmu ntmusp un Un'II'nUIIIII IIXIIII., c I3 IYIIUYITIJIIIY fl.ILn5 'NlIpf'LnIL ilk Ull L K LW I1 III I5 l Z ' . A . ,Q N' .Q I :TX sq: K .7 Q . I , ' I f'I In -: ' I-'. XII I'I"S'1rt: AI AI'A ' 1-LI. I' ' ' A' : - ' f w- s :I - s-IUUI I.". Ifb -'z .' -" I- 1 ."' ' ss: I -'L' - -. i1,'I1cs: Y 'II ncV'r wc nur cu.1'I1- tIx.1I uni: II.-ss. 10313 CGJMLSSES GLADYS WILLIAMS o gygyju 4yf!,1'4fl" I J JOHN BREWER 1 Seniors Juniors Sophomores Freshmen I I ies. . . 'f Sem r Class Presxdent 1921 f 1' f , . A -f"..L ,f.f'.' f- 1 1 ff 3,1 1 Senior Class President 950 9 7 1 1 Senior Class Gfflcers SIEMHQDILQE CSMXSS ,.L.A.P'L J 9--v'--1 IQSU HZQENQKDVE EAN U 'nu O K R Eu, ' I 2' C' t '-P' idcnt: Johnny B . L-f -Y " -I 'dcntz Mar' C 'il. R'gh -S "'- . I' Q 1 T -1 surcr: ,Ioycc Rogers. TD , 1. Ji' .... - " - NI NNHR CIXSS Of' IW N HANQDVE EANEIQSU JANE SANDERLIN ALBERTI: Legislature Representative 33 National Honor Society 5, 43 Diversified Occupations Club 4. THOMAS XVINCATE ALBERTI: Diversi- fied Occupations Club 4. XVILLIAM LANVRENCE ALFORD: Diversified Occupa- tions Club 4. HILDA MARIE AMBROSIANO: Latin Club 23 Spanish Club 3, 4 lTreasurer 4j3 Circulation Staff of W'ildcat 5, 43 Arts and Crafts Club 3, 4 fpresi- dent 3. Secretary 4j3 O. Henry Literary Society 3, 4. ALENA ANN ANDERSON: Bible Club 1, 23 Latin Club 1, Z3 Klick Club 1, 3, 43 Baby Sitters Club 23 Dramatics Club 2, 3, 43 Homeroom Chairman 43 XVildcat Staff 4. ANITA LILLIS ANDER- SON: Legislature Representative 13 Outstanding Service Award 13 Latin Club 1, 2 fTreasurer 253 Dramatics Club 1, 2, 3, 43 Radio Club 3g Student Telephone Directory Committee 23 Declamation Contest 23 I-Ii-Y 2, 5, 4 CPresident 433 Hi-Y Minstrel 2, 33 Gray-Y Advisor 33 judicial Marshal 33 Essay Contest 3g Junior Play, "Nobody Sleeps," 3: Spanish Club 3. 43 Pan American Fiesta 3, 43 National Honor Society 4g Deputation Team Chairman 4. DONALD DXWAN ANDERSON: Football 13 Basketball 13 Baseball 13 R.O.T.C. 2, 33 Sergeants Club 3. JAMES FREDERICK APPLEWHITE. FRANCES ANNE BAKER: Future Homemakers of America 1 QSecretaryj3 Biology Club 1, 2 fChairman 1, Zjg Latin Club 1, 2 CPresident ljg Declamation Contest 1, 23 Essay Contest 1, 23 Taxidermy Club 1, Z, 4g O. Henry Literary Society 1, 2, 4g Seribblers Club 1, 2, 43 National Honor Society 4. NANC1 LEIGH BALL: Needham Brough-- ton High School: French Club 23 Mount Vernon High School: Spanish Club 33 Public Speaking 43 N.H.H.S.: French Club S3 Arts and Crafts Club S3 Dramatics Club 9. ? vii E Qi ,V V I. V ,' -.ip ZH-2'1" - l . 2' Q Z 'BE J fx.: A37 .7 X , YK I 3.44 ft N pix 'i -, . 1 fi Q." 1 : , "ik-uf Q , .17--fi - ,1,.mQ-"1 --S. ' v- C ' 514-C - ..3w1!iwg- ,- , , SENIORS lR'l'l -film .'Xl.Bl"RTI--W'iIIgall' .vXl.l5OR1J-"AI" AMBROSl:XNC3fllilrfil ANDERSON-111111 flillllffllllx . . . W'ingulr' ilrlwfziliiffli' . . . lane iunm'nni . . . wnilr ffrrffj' . . . finite ralmlrli' .,.. S bnrllmnd AN JI RSON -- 'Xlliv ANDICRSON-"Dun" APPLEXVH1TEf"Iirr1m5" BAKER-Fruflrat ISALL-Nimci lmigb mug . . . Twin lull . . . boi-mil 1'LIllfiUIlX . . , tk0lI1t'!lfV!I1'IIl furluuulv . . . ruin' fu'11si1'f' . . . neu omcr 491 BARBLL-Rllib BARBER-"Billy" IIARNES-"HfrfJj" BARROW'-Lrziv BATCHELOR-"Doug" xiwul . . . bright smile frirmflj' . . . lwroiwz bait qnief . . . quark! anzimlrlt' . . . num' lllonif . . . trru' Nl! BELL!Ium' BENSON-'Pegg-5 BIfNTON4AlH11' BERNTSSONfDA'l0r1'Y BIi,SSIfI.LIEU--OMNI 4'OHfl'lll . . . prdffy ram, ellrrgvlit' . . . xrbool xpiril ft'l1l'UUI1S . . . ",NIarlfJir briglvf . . . Jurk buii 11v1pn'Jir'lal11r' . . . comrdi , ' ' . Ii1lru" - J J .1 I I K 1 I . I A f I SENIORS I E22 N B - pf Q xi 7 i. x Lv 1 X X f ii if, .. 7 ip :QZEQQTQQ IQSU RUTH COURTNEY BARBEE: Distributive Education Club 4. VVILLIAM THOMAS BARBER: Southport High School: Basketball I, 2. HUBERT ISH- MAEI. BARNES: Glee Club 2, 5, 4. LOIS LINDLEY BARROW: Dramatics Club 13 Basketball lg Volleyball 13 French Club 2, 3. DOUGLAS LEONARD BATCH- ELOR: R.O.T.C. Band 1, 2, 3. JANE ELIZABETH BELL: Glee Club 2, 3. 4 QSecretary 4j3 Operetta, "Marriage of Nannettel' 3. PEGGY ANN BENSON: Freshman Class Presidentg Home Economics Club 1, 23 Y-Teens 2 LPFCSILICIIIIZ Legis- lature Representative 33 Red Cross Representative 33 Girls Athletic Association 3. ANNE CARY BENTON: Latin Club 1, 23 O. Henry Literary Society 1, 2, 3, 4: junior-Senior Prom Committee 33 Hi-Y 2, 5, 4 QSecretary 353 junior Play. "Ghost Farm" 33 Spanish Club 5, 4g Library Club 3. 4 QSecretary 353 D r'.1 matics Club 43 Chemistry Club 43 Government Club 4 QVice-Presitlentj. DELORES LOUISE BERNTSSON: Dramatics Club l. ANTHONY ONVEN BI-1SSEl.LlIiU: Junior Varsity Iiootball 1, 23 International Basketball lg Swimming Team 13 Taxidermy Club 13 Music Appreciation Club 33 Red Cross Representative 33 Municipal City Govern ment 43 Legislature Representative Y. HANQEVIS HAN 4 il V! it f N2 fu-fs. 'JZ 'VZ-'4'V'f'5 ILCIJVN ff f I fbfzff .VI QQ. HANQHYVE "7" fy 3 bf-1 ' f is FRANCES Nlill. ISLAND: Latin Club 1: llecla l11.1 tion Contest 1, 23 Cilee Club 2, 3, 4: 44 uf- ' Contralto Soloist District Contest 3g Oper-etta, "Marriage of Nannettef' 3. PINKIE L ' LCR LEE BLANTON. ELLEN MAE BORIJEAUX: Home Economics Club 2, 4g Bible O-4 I 5 A Q Club 3. CATHERINE XICRAE BOXVEN: Bible Club 1, 2, 3 fVice-President 33: -'L XXI, ' 0 Spanish Club 3, 4. MIRANI LOUISE BOXVEN: Hoi iicrcb om Cliairman lg Latin 6 ,, ,I 1 Afrk Club 1, 2 qlfresitleiit 1, Treasurer 25: Hi-Y 1, 2, 3, 4 qSeeretary 43: Outstanding Service Award 2: National Honor Society 3, 4 qCorrcsponding Secretary 4j: Ereneli 'N MIL! IX I Club 4. ROBERT EUGENE BOXVERS: R.O.T.C. 2, 3. HOUSTON EARL I O BOXVLES: Football lg Hi-Y lg R.O.T.C. 2, 3, 4. MARY KATHERINE BRAD- lf' SHAW: Advertising Staff of W'ildcat 1, Zg Volleyball 1, 2g Basketball 1, Z, 3, 45 Red -375 Cross Representative 25 junior-Senior Prom Committee 3. BARBARA ANNE I BRAGG: Y-Teens lg Latin Club 1, 2g Dramatics Club 1, 2, 3, 45 "Seven Sisters" 34 S E N S "What a Life" 35 "Grenachika,' 35 Declamation Contest 25 "I Speak for Democracyn Contest 3.- 'N MARY ELIZABETH BRANNER: Distributive Education Club 3. A 610+-MW. 4 il. f Zwffb Lv BI.ANlJ--l"mni'i'5 Bl.ANTON-Pinlzn' BORDEAUX-Ellen BOVVEN-Cufbrrirzi' BOW'EN+Hirun1 ilutvlj . . . singing tnwrn' . . . rmulzrrul ibrv . . . brain airy . . . Billlr Cluf' i!IfE'Ht't'fIhJl . . . books rmzitlwz BOw'IfRS?B0f7bY3 l5OWl.liS-liar! BRADSLIAW'-"SIlz"' BRAGG7BdrlJur'a BRANNERf.IfIar5' xborl . . . Bell riwzillx . . . Be'-lm ,qli4.i,u'i gram' ul . . . I5 iii ilrumalir . . . Grrrltntblku .vruull . . . u big grin J . Ru BROw,N'A1IlIit' Ian 11 BRONYY-"I7ivk" I3ROW'N--"Germ" BREMIQR-"johnny" BRINSON- 3 i . 1 . inpvrlf . . , Iiililly-nirzfst U0-H . . .Yf7!1l'f-1 i-lathes VVIJOMIIYIA' . . . u'ri1'i1ir1g Illkllflldldflf . . . fbosv eyes! uusy going . . . Sragaie BRk,w,NI,1iEmcj1L1il' l3RUNJESfB0f7l7-X BRYANT-"DY1tU BUCK-lull! l3UlSfIl'ilII fmlllifiuu , . . Immf ifi'f1f'r1n'al1fi' . . . iz gum! xi'r'w1r . . . blark bair fricmll-y . . . lark eyes wfwbixliralezf . . . fall Viliiru SENIORS .XM '-,isa-W so - ttf? r fig f 1 JOHN HENRY BREMER: Junior Varsity Basketball 2, Varsity Basketball 3, 4, Latin Club 2, 3 fPresident 2, 3j, Tennis Team 3, 4 QCaptain 3, 41, R.O.T.C. 2, 3, 4, Crack Platoon 2, 3, Sergeants Club 3, Officers Club 4 QPresidentj, Captain of Company "B" 4, Hi-Y 3, 4, Social Marshal 3, 4, President of Senior Class, Government Club 4 QPresi- dentj, National Honor Society 4. RAY EMANUEL BRINSON: Diversified Occu- pations Club 4, Band 2, 3. ANNIE LAURA BROWN: Legislature Representative 1, Student Telephone Directory Committee 2, French Club 2, 3 QSccretary 2, 33, Red Cross Representative 3, National Honor Society 3, 4. RICHARD EDXVARD BROXVN, JR.: Football 1, Basketball 1, Swimming Team 1, 2, Taxidermy Club 2, Red Cross Representative 3, Music Appreciation Club 3. THOMAS EUGENE BROWN. LUCY CLAIR BROXWNLEE: Latin Club 1, 2, Hi-Y 1, Z, 3, R.O.T.C. Band 1, 2, 3, Band Booster Club 3, Diversified Occupations Club 4. ROBERT HERMAN BRUNJES: Hi-Y 1, R.O.T.C. Band 1, 2. DRUCILLA BRYANT: Future Homemakers of America 1, Bible Club 1, 2, Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, Diversified Oc- cupations Club 4. EDNA JEAN BUCK: Latin Club 1, Z CSecretary Zj, Circulation Staff of XVildcat 1, 2, 3, 4, Judicial Marshal 3, Hi-Y 3, 4, Hi-Y Minstrel 3, O. Henry Literary Society 2, Homeroom Chairman 4. ANNE JEAN BUIS: Homeroom Chairman 1, Latin Club 1, 2, May Court 1, 3, Dramatics Club 1, 2, 4, Circulation Staff of Wildcat 3, Junior Play "Nobody Sleeps" 3, Judicial Marshal 3, 4, Judicial Judge 4, Legislature Representative 4, Sponsor of Company "DU 4. IQSUEHZQXNQVE EAN J '. . 'J' ,fw ffiifff , . ... 4, e- ' J Able uf ,if 4 4 igfqw, , M ' M" ' 1 ,' ,ff . H ' ' of ' 1 " 1' A ff I 'l' A ff , ' 1,1 ' 1, I 1 ff' lf ' A 1" I nil,-' 'LI' I 1 nf! I ALICIQ LOUISE BULLARU: Arts and Crafts Club 1, 4: Hi-Y 1, 2. 33 Spanish Club 3, 4 lprogram Chairman 3. Vice-President -H: National Honor Society 4. HUISERT , IQUGIZNIQ BULLARIJ: Ilistributive Iftlucation Club 4. RUTH VIOLA BURNETT. h LOUIS AUGUSTUS BURNEY: Footbal 13 Basketball lg Legislature Representative 11 Av R.O.T.C. 1, 2g Spanish Club 3, 4. ANNE MARIE BURNIE: Dramatics Club lg 'fig Latin Club 1, 2, O. Henry Literary Society 1, 2, 3, 43 Judicial Marshal 35 junior-Senior Prom Committee 33 Circulation Staff of W'ildcat 3g Social Marshal 43 Ifrench Club 4. V 'w'i l fx BARBARA ANN BURRISS: Home Economics Club lg Basketball Zg Legislature Rep- ll Illj lii' Ill resentative 25 4-H Club 4. VIRGINIA MAE BURRISS: Basketball 1g Volleyball 15 Glee Club 2, "An Choir 2g Devotional Chairman 2. KIOI-IN THONIAS BUTTERS, EIR.: Freshman Science Award lg Latin Club 1, 23 Orchestra 1, 2, Orchestra Council 1, 25 Hi-Y 1, 2, 3g State Music Contest 1, 2, 3, 41 Chemistry Club 21 State Ornithologi- cal Essay Award 2, O. Henry Short Story Contest Z4 R.O.T.C. 2, 3, 4, Honor Cadet of Company "C" 3. Sergeants Club 3, Crack Platoon 2, 3, Battalion Adjutant 4. Officers Club 43 Taxidermy Club 3 Qpresiclentjg Junior Play, "Ghost Farmf, 3: Science Essay Contest 3g Teen-Age Radio Announcer 3g Teen-Age Azalea Festival Committee 34 Monogram Club 3, 43 Clee Club 3, 4, Operetta, "Marriage of Nannettef' 3, "Mikacl0," 4. MARY ELEANOR CANAUY: Diversified Occupations Club 4. IJAYE LOR- RAINE CANNON: Latin Club 1, 2. , ' .J?J Ury A. f Aj w,.yUv t y S1 " NI 'X .gil 1 ' . n 1 I ' ' , , - "?E'. 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Ilolluxlcnuil f1'i1'111ll-3 . , . nm 0 Xl ,V ' WW AW! of XVIVV '1 A ICIA A N CARROLL: Homeroom Chairman 3: Diversified Occupations Club I VJ lble Club I NATHAN DAVID CARTER CHARLES CLAYTCUN CAU Z, 3, 4, Chaplain of R.O.T.C. 2, Sergeants Club 3, W'arrant Officer 45 Dramatics Club 1 B' . - Lf ' ' gy! ILL: Latin Club lg Hi-Y 1, 2, 1, 4 qvice-President 19, Band 1, z, 1, 4, R.o.T.c. 1, . 1 1 fl 1 , 4 V L4 91? . IV ' .4 ' X .X rl X .1 'I as 1 ' 'vp I I , 'A 1 . ,.-L ,yt 1 . 1 - tv ' f . 'hex K1 . 1. " 1 ,..f-ni 611 . p ,M jx 7 , ,X M . 111 N1 14 iw we Q .V .I lQ5U 2, 3, "Seven Sisters"g Junior Play, "Ghost Farm", Spanish Club 2, 3 QSecretary 2, Presi- dent 3j, Pan American Fiesta 3. PATSY ANN CAVANAUGH: Spanish Club 1, 2: Future Homemakers of America 1, Z QPresidentj: Monogram Club: Girls Athletic As- sociation: Library Club: Cheerleader: Glce Club, Latin Club lg Operetta Make-up Com- mittee. BETTE JEAN CHADVVICK: Red Cross Representative lg Choir 2: Home Economics Club 1, 2. AIOYCE VIRGINIA CHRISTMAS: Y-Teens 3: Red Cross Representative 34 Diversified Oecup.1tions Club 4. DOROTHY JEAN CHURCH: Hi-Y 1, 2, 3, 4, Hi-Y Minstrel 2, 3, Hi-Y Coordinating Committee 2, 3, Gra-Y Advisor 3: Dramatics Club 1, 4 fSecretary 41: O. Henry Literary Society 1, 2, 3 qScribe 1, Secre- tary Zjg Seribblers Club 4 QPresidentj: Red Cross Representative 2, 3: Latin Club 1, 2, Spanish Club 3, 4 QSecreta1'y 35, Junior Play Committee 3: Junior-Senior Prom Commit- tee 3: Advertising staff of Wfildcat 2: Hanoverian Staff 4: National Honor Society 4. ALTON THEODORE CLARK: Baseball 1: Basketball 1: R.O.T.C. 2, 3, 4, Sergeants Club 3. BEULAH LEE CLARK: Red Cross Representative lg Diversified Occupa- tions Club 4. STEPHEN BRADLEY CLEMMONS: Cinematographer Club 1: Span- ish Club 3. EHANQEVE HZ-ZEN t 'L HANCEDVE HANEIQSU NETTIE COLLEY: Red Cross Representative lg Latin Club 1, 2 QTreasurer 2 Ili-Y 1, 2, 3 qTreasurer Zjg O. Henry Literary Society l. 2: Ilramatics Club 1, 21 Library Club 33 Homeloom Chairman 33 junior-Senior Prom Committee 3, Club Editor of Vfildcat 44 Legislature Representative 2 MAXINE IIAYE COLLIE: Legislature Representative lg Y-Teens lg Home Economics Club 1 fVice-Presidentjg Volleyball lg Softball lg Girls Athletic Association 1, 23 Red Cross Representative 1, 23 Klicli Club 25 Scribblers Club Z3 Homeroom Chairman 23 Dramatics Club Z, 31 O. Henry Literary Society 33 -Iunior-Senior Prom Committee 33 junior Play Committee 3: Circulation Staff of Wlilclcat 4, Assistant Sports Editor Of Wildcat 4. DONALD PHILLIP CONAWAY. SHIRLEY ANNE COOKE: Red Cross Representative 3, Diversified Occupations Club 4. WILLIAM GERALD COPPEDGE. GAIL CORBETT: Latin Club 1, 25 junior-Senior Prom Committee 3g Junior Play, "Ghost Farm," 33 Spanish Club 3, 4. JOHN RICHARD CORBETT: Latin Club 1, 2, Orchestra 1, 2 fproperty Manager Zjg R.O.T.C. 1, 23 Hi-Y 3, 4. VVILLIAM PENNINGTON CORBETT: Baseball 1, Football 1, 25 Latin Club l, 2g R.O.T.C. 2g Hi-Y 2, 3, 4. ELLA MARIE COVIL: Home Economics Club 1, 2 fPresident l, Vice-President Zjg Latin Club 1, 2, Girls Chorus 25 Glee Club 3, 4g National Honor Society 3, 4g Vice- Presidcnt of Senior Classg French Club 4. THOMAS GURLEY COVINGTON: Swimming Team 1, 2, 3, 4g R.O.T.C. 2, 3. 43 Kliclc Club 3: Hi-Y 3, 4. COLLLY-Neffie COLLIIi-Marine CONAYVAY-"Doll" COOKIi-Sfiirlrri farm' . . . WC C. kruzzrv . . . churn .xlwrf-y . . . ally .vuztzll . . . frir CORBFTT-Gail CORISITIUII-"'DiL'Ay' CfCJRIiETTY"BiII" CCJVIL-Afdrfi' mls W 1 Q .ll N SENIORS CIOI'PIiDGIi-"Bill,' mi.w'l1iviau.v . . . dark Uri COV I NcaTLjN"'TlIll1 " zxitx . . . pimzeur Ufllllllj . . . iiirpliuzrt uuurfmlurzl . . . gizielrv luirlvi . . . :ruff quiet . . . lzfoml COX-"Rui " CQROONI-Fr11111'rx CROXV--li11rl CULIIRIQTII4Tlm1111n IJAUGIITRY-Imiir' Pearl E .-f1 1111111111 -... .1 fri f',1L 1 1111 ,-.','., 111. ',.., 11.111 1',K 11111 .,,,1 1111111 ,,,., 11111 1,,, 1 1'1,W 1 . . . 1 1,,1 11-1 111' 1 I1 11.11. 1 111111111 . . . 111.111- DAVISff"f'f1f" DFANS--Buff P1l1'1l "Y 1 'Z' Dll.l.ONff'i 1'1llIn'z'x DlXON7"B1'11 11111111 '.... 1 .Q 1-11 11 1-111.111 1111111 -.,. 1 111114 if 1 1 1a141I1f13-1 91, 1. 11161111 lfizff 1-1 1'1111111 1 .,.1 li. 11f1A1' li 1111 1111111 1'1'1111 1 . . . 1111'1'1-11-u1I1 4 ll 1, ' f .,, f' 51 '. W RAYMOND SPENCER COX, JR.: Football lg Baseball lg Basketball 1: Kliek Club 1: Homeroom Representative 1: R.O.T.C. 2, 3. ROSA FRANCES CROOM: Bible Club 3. EARL PICKETT CROVV, JR.: Legislature Representative 1, 4: Homeroom Chairman Z, 3: Football 1, 4: Basketball lg Baseball lg Swimming Team 1, 2, 3, 4g Bible Club 2, 3: R.O.T.C. 2, 3, 4, Crack Platoon 2, 3: Spanish Club 3, 4 fPresident 4jg Visual S E N I O R S Education Staff 3, 45 Chief Marshal 4: Executive Council 4. THOMAS DANIEL CULBRETH: Pikesville High School: Vice-President of Freshman Class: Treasurer of Sophomore Class: N.H.H.S.: National Honor Society 4. JESSIE PEARL DAUGH- TRY: Red Cross Representative 1: Junior-Senior Prom Committee 3. EDWARD ye. up Mil. PLIMMER DAVIS, JR.: Klick Club lg "B" Band 1: R.O.T.C. 2, 3: Spanish Club 4. BARBARA GLADYS DEANS: Red Cross Representative lg Y-Teens 1. 2, 3 fSeeretary 1-S'f'51i1:1 11. . L -'l 3J 5 Bible Club 1, 2, 3: Homeroom Chairman 2: Girls Chorus Z: Home Economics Club 2. . J-9. il' Q l MARY ESTHER DEFEE: Choir lg Ticket Committee for Junior Play 35 Legislature Rep- ' resentative 3. FRANCES LENA DILLON: Basketball 1. 2: Softball 1, 23 Volleyball h I ff ' I Q . mx .,, 2. CLIFTON ELMO DIXON, JR.: Taxidermy Club 1 QViee-Presidentjg Legislature X V Representative 1: Latin Club I, 2: Hi-Y 1, Z, 3, 4 CPresident I, Vice-President 3 J: Cheer- JL ,. i"i "Q -A leader 3, 4: Wilmington Youth Council 3, 4: Spanish Club 3, 4: Glee Club 43 Judicial IQSUEHZSQNCKDWE EAN tl! 1 . . . AviI'!1'1' I 1 J 1 H.2l,tNiDVE1iQ2,,.,,at e . El95U INIYRA GALE DORSEY: Homeroom Chairman Zg Spanish Club 3, 43 O. Henry Lit- erary Society 3, 4: Hi-Y Club 3, 4: Advertising Staff of W'ildcat 3, Circulation Staff of W'ildcat 4. ANNE IJLEASANTS DOSHER: Latin Club 1, 2 QVice-President lj: O. Henry Literary Society 2, 3, 4g Circulation Staff of W'ildcat 3, 43 Student Tele- phone Directory Committee 3. 41 junior Play Advertising Committee 35 Hanoverian Staff 43 Iirench II Club 4. EI.lZABIiTl-I -IACOBUS DRIQVYN: Choir 2, 3g Ifu- ture Homemakers of America l. JOSEPH ROGER DUKES: Basketball lg Red Cross Representative lg Iiootball 1, 21 R,O.T.C. 1, 2, 3, Sergeants Club 2, 3 fljresident 3j. First Sergeant of Company "B" 43 Assistant Chief Marshal 4g Homeroom Chair- man 23 Legislature Representative 4. ANNE BLACKXVELI, DURANT: Declama- tion Contest lg Latin Club 1, 23 Hi-Y 1, 2, 3, 45 Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4 QSecretary 41: "Red Milly' 1, "Marriage of Nannette" 33 junior-Senior Prom Committee 3g Girls Chorus 1, 25 junior-Senior Dance Hostess Committee 25 Student Telephone Directory Committee 35 Hanoverian Staff 45 Photographic Editor of Wildcat 4. RODERICK DHUE EASON: Homeroom Chairman lg Football lg Basketball lg junior Varsity Baseball lg Varsity Baseball 2, 3, 4. DORIS JEAN EDWARDS: Y-Teen lg Latin Club 1, Zg Future Homemakers of America l, 2g Legislature Representative 4g Diversi- fied Oecupations Club 4. THOMAS EDVVARD ELLIOTT: Latin Club 2, 3g Ad- vertising Staff of Yvildcat 4. RACHEL ELIZABETH ELLIS: Chicora High School: History Club 3 QTreasurerj3 Commercial Club 33 Beta Club 3. ELIZABETH KATHERINE EMORY: Ifuture Ilomemakers of America lg Circulation Staff of W'ildcat lg Arts and Crafts Club Z1 Cilee Club 2, 3, 43 Library Club 3, 41 Klicli Club 3g QU ' -1'-if f -., , "i ff ,eng REQIT I?3v,l'k :rx , .hwwC4 . V f fl' B aeja, , Yay'- SENIORS Spanish Club 3, 4. ZZ., if H"f' ' gl!! 0 13" we IJORSI Y-Gale ll SHER".'IllVll' ' DREVYN-"Bz'Hj" DUKIfSYRogi'r DURAN'IA--"DnflH1r13 farm! lofi .... 'Um' rvfilirig . . . Gem' titre! . . . nl fvivrnl ml lmirml . . . lmlrfv nm1.imrz11n,q . . . ' Shu: Mnxic'ul" I ASCUN-"Rolf" I DXVARDS-Dllrii IiI.l,IOTTfTfmH1ilX I I.I.ISfRnl1'b4'I I'iNIORYf"Brlfj'I xluilinnt . . . "xfu'r's" rlvzrr . . . .vuuiu ftIl'iflH'H . . , lll'lll'Ill!Il'l' lmmw . . . Irmuu 1 EVANS?"Sa" EVERIQTT-"Bc'!5j"' EVERETTIQ-Burfuru FARMER-Fuyt' l'ARR-Thomas Imablr . . . iz fricml zittxrinnx . . . furlr j.xi1i1,,f, . . . rlolbrs zovifvrous . . . George uiliy . . . plmzsunt FNARRARQDONX FARRAR-A af EARROW'!Btlrburu FARROW'-"Doll" FARROW'-"Iimmy" Mlrucfil 1' . . . Grorgu lrlumlv . . . ootl lfi"'H mn nf . . . W'ih1i'uf lanky . . . lypisf frerklrs . . . l7fb an T h h X J, A pa Murkcl i ' Q aj f , i ' - JJ 5 A Y 3' ' xg ob, ll ' E Ns: ' C 1' oir lg Dramatics Club 1, 3, 43 Latin Club 3 a 2, ' i- , 4, i-Y ' trel"3 ed Cross Re resentative 3, O. Henry Literar So- , P Y Six X , in X- ciety 3, 4, tstanding Serv? Award 3, Make-Up Committee for Junior Play 35 1 X X 4, k Hanoverian Staff 4, "Kemi" Club 4. CAROLYN ELIZABETH EVERETT: Red Ki 'X Cross Re resentativc 15 Home Economics Club 1, Girls Glee Club 23 S anish Club 2, 3. X I RS , P P t K' 1, A BARBARA EAN EVERETTE: Diversified Occu ations Club 4. FRANCES FAYE . O P 4 N X. ' N A X X FARMER: Dramatics Club 1, 2, 3, 4g Spanish Club 2, 3, O. Henry Literary Society 3, ' I - V Assistant News Editor of NVildcat 45 Library Club 4g Red Cross Representative lg Taxi- Xx Sy X dermy Club lg Latin Club 1, Z. THOMAS ELMORE IIARR: R.O.T.C. 1, 2g Home- ' X' room Chairman 24 Red Cross Re resentntive 2. DORIS ELLEN IIARRAR: Hi-Y X v i " L Six P , QQ 4, h i " , 1, 2, 3, 4, Coordinating Committee 2g Clee Club 1, Zg Spanish Club 3, 4g Student Tele- I4 ,I I flh i phone Directory Committee 5. MARGARET PARRAR. BARBARA Luxis- , X., ' I A ,X si Q '. I 'Tift , il ll '- l l , 15551 DEN IIARROXV: Legislature Re vresentative lg Glee Club 2, 3, 4, "Marriage of Nun- s,-' X AN fl. L l A A gr-uv., ' w ' l I ' Y X ' F. 'f lfyfi netten 35 S amish Club 33 News Editor of XVllLlCL1I 4. DONALD MONROE FAR- - 5 l 'X P x. f-'S' A-T' S- , . , . . Xg i ,i -, ROXV: R.O.T.C,. 1, Z, 33 Football 1. JAMES HARRIS FARROXV: French Club X 3, -, ,Fx -V A -K 1, 23 R.O.T.C. 3, 4, Sergeants Club 3g Hi-Y 3, 4 fPublicity Chairman 43. f V ,X . N, I I ' I 2, . .. , Q , - I Y ' Aix Y HANQVEEREANEIQSU LYDIA LILLIAN ITELKEL: Diversified Occupations Club 4. ALICE ALEASE FICK: Choir 13 Hi-Y 2, 3. 43 Spanish Club 2, 33 O. Henry Literary Society 43 judicial Marshal 33 Student Telephone Directory Committee 33 junior-Senior Prom Committee 3. BETTY MAYE FLETCHER: Vice-President of Freshman Class3 Freshman Dance Com- mitteeg Red Cross Representative 1, 23 Latin Club 1, Z QSecretary-Treasurer 1, Treasurer 213 Dramatics Club 1, 23 Spanish Club 3, 4, Pan American Fiesta 3, 43 XVildcat Reporter 13 Legislature Representative 1, 3. NANCY MELTON FOREMAN: Homeroom Chairman 13 Red Cross Representative 13 Choir Z3 Home Economics Club 2. MAR- GARET LEE FORMY DUVAL: Choir 13 Spanish Club 1, 23 Advertising Staff of Hand- book 23 Homeroom Chairman 4. MAUD ANN FOY: Latin Club 13 Choir 1, 33 Hi-Y 2. FRANCIS BOLTON FREDERE, JR.: Clarkton High School: R.O.T.C. 1, 23 Hockey 1, 23 Wolf Club 1, 23 Famous Club 1, Z3 N.H.H.S.: French Club 1, 2 fTreasurer 213 Baseball 1, 23 Football fjunior Varsity 1, 2g Varsity 3, 4Q1 Basketball fjunior Varsity 1, 23 Varsity 3, 41. BETTY EARL FREEMAN: Home Economics Club 13 Latin Club 1, 23 Advertising Staff of Wildcat 3, 4. EVELYN MARIE FRYE. JOHN CARTER FURLONG: Football 13 Basketball 1 Qjunior Varsity 2g Varsity 3, 413 Baseball 13 Latin Club 1, 2 fTreasurer 13 Vice-President 313 Legislature Representative 1, 3, 4 QPresident 413 R.O.T.C. 2, 3, Crack Platoon 33 Spanish Club 3, 4 fVice'President 313 Delegate to Eastern State Student Council Congress 33 junior Class Representative on Parent-Student Teacher Association 33 Delegate to Boys State 3g junior-Senior Prom Committee 33 Vice-President of Student Body 4. i ff' ,Y tx ab.l1a ffgff Pi Q :I I I . K t ', I 1 f II. Q , X if 3 SENIORS IILLKEL-L-Jilin! IilCK+"D00liii"' IfI,If,IICI"IIiR7"Bi'HjI' ISORIZISIAN-Nlulltj ITORNIY IJUVAL-W ,gil I' u I . . . xrlf-1'i'1iurn'i' uiuxome . . . Virginia anmmlvil . . . ziziiritj pullvnf . . . fume 1l'ilI501lI4' . . . loirli fm I OY A1111 FRI'iI3ERE-Ifravlrii FR IQIQNIAN-Brill IJRYEYEK Vlj YI FUR I.ONG-'IISIIIIII y ure! . . 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NANCY ANN t - "' I '7 "D GALLOP: Home Economics Club 15 Legislature Representativeg Latin Club 1, 25 '91 . 19 4' '. ,,. Music Appreciation Club 15 Hi-Y 3, 45 Glee Club 2, 3, 4 CAccompanist 2, 3, 45 Treas- yi ' 'sii5lS1lo:Rs'i - 1110! s 4-. 0' "--' if '7. u I- !fa'!r " ' - - N y - . .PYP St- 3 44557: iilifff - - '. . ,. , 'Wait '- . +1-f""I Sf!" f ,-Ur' n 2:13 A , .V .X A ,A X RX 4' -,.,:,,. If rag , ,. ,ldxxvlx-K 1 'R .1 ' I I lik V, mf a, ..,,1 4 1, -4 IQSUE urer 4j, "The Marriage of Nannette" 3, "Mikado" 45 Hanoverian Staff 45 Government Club 4. PEGGY FLORINE GATES: Spanish Club 15 O. Henry Literary Society 45 Circulation Staff of Wildcat 4. DONALD EUGENE GEORGE. EDITH ALETTA GLOVER: Student Council 15 Hi-Y 1, 25 Debating Club 25 Arts and Crafts Club 35 National Honor Society 45 Government Club 4 QCorresponding Secretaryjg Physics Club 4 fRecording Secretaryjg Chemistry Club 4 QCorresponding Seeretaryjg Constitutional Committee for Legislature 4. EVELYN VIRGINIA GOLDBURG: Judicial Marshal 15 Dramatics Club 1, 2, 3, 4 CSecretary 2j5 Music Club 15 Hi-Y 1, 2, 3, 4 fTreasurer 3j5 Latin Club 1, 2 fSecretary 235 Red Cross Representative 2, 35 Declamation Contest Z QSemi-Finalsjg Pan-American Fiesta 2. 35 Homeroom Chair- man 25 Junior Play, "Ghost Farm"5 Girls State Conference 35 Entertainment Commit- tee for junior-Senior Prom 35 Radio Club 35 Make-Up Committee for "W'hat a Lifev 35 National Honor Society 3, 4 fSecretary 455 Wildcat Reporter 4. LOIS NAOMI GOODRUM: Basketball 1, 25 Softball 1, 25 Volleyball 2. HAROLD ZANE GOOD- SON: Baseball 15 Football 2, 3, 4, All-State Football Team 35 Spanish Club 3, 4. ELIZABETH RANDOLYN GRANT: Latin Club 1, 2 fPresident 1, Treasurer 215 Leg- islature Representative 25 Y-Teens 15 Hi-Y 1,2, 3,4 CVice-President 3j 5 Home Economics Club 15 Homeroom Chairman 3, 45 Circulation Staff of Wiltlcglt 35 National Honor Society 4. XVILLIAM HARRIS GRANT, JR.: Taxidermy Club 15 Spanish Club 1, 25 R.O.T.C. I, 2. HZQXNQEVE EA HANQVE HANEIQSU NANCY JIMMER GRIFFITH: Homeroom Chairman 1, Legislature Representative 2: Vice-President of Junior Class, Spanish Club 2, 3g Student Telephone Directory Chair- man 33 National Honor Society 5, 4, Hanoverian Staff 4g Clerk of Executive Council 41 Judicial Marshal 45 Cheerleader 3, 4g Library Club 34 Sponsor of Company "A" 4. PEGGY ANN GRIMSLEY: Diversified Occupations Club 4. BARBARA MAE GUYTON: Homeroom Chairman lg Bible Club 25 Basketball 1, 2, 35 Girls Athletic Association 3 Qllresident 3j. MARGARET JEAN GUYTON: Bible Club 1, 2: Girls Choir 1, 23 Home Economics Club 4. JAMES WILLIAM HAMILTON: Bible Club lg R.O.T.C. 1, 2. LILLIE CAROLYN HARDEE: Future Home-makers of America lg Diversified Occupation 4. BETSY ROSELYN HARRIS: Assistant Cir- culation Manager of W'ildcat 1, Circulation Staff 25 Latin Club 1, 24 Glee Club 2, 3, "Marriage of Nannettei' 3. DOROTHY JEAN HARRISON: Rocky Mount High Schoolg Hi-Y 2, Entertaining Committee for Sophomore Dance Zg Future Homemakers of America 2g Social Committee for Homeroom 23 N.H.H.S.: Library Club 3, 45 Junior Play 3g Dramatics Club 4. PRISCILLA JENNINGS HARRISS: Basketball lg Latin Club 1, 2 CSecretary 1, Zjg Dramatics Club 1, Zg O. Henry Literary Society 1, 2, 3, 4 QProgram Chairman Sjg Circulation Staff of Wildc11t 1, 2, 3, 4, Wildcat Reporter 35 Junior-Senior Prom Committee 33 Honor Policy Delegate 31 Arts and Crafts Club 23 Student Telephone Directory Committee 33 Social Marshal 4. STELLA SUE HATCHER: Dramatics Club lg 4-H7 Qlub lg Radio 31, 45 Distributiye Education Club 4. 1 , . ' I ' . I . J 5 .'v, , ? Y Txi ai.. 4 i ' Ai .4 'F' s grtx ' i-.gig H. ' x X fi- is A. f5'L4"'F -SA Cf, . SENIORS I Wi I X ' ' I J ,. 4 I I I - A f 4 4 I I I l'H-Naury GRIMSLICY-lwggj Arm GUYTON-Barlwwa GUYTON-leur: IIANIII.'I'ONfI. W fi H1 vjrx . . . 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I I 5 , ' -iv ' NV 'lily IQSU T- 3 11 "r li . c W Q '.. 1- , I s ' - VERNON LEE HAYES: Basketball 1, Latin Club 1, 2, R.O.T.C 2,4 3, Sergeants Club 3. CECIL ALLEN HEATH: Junior Varsity Basketball 2, Varsity Basketball 3, 45 Var- sity Baseball 2, 3, 4. NEDRA NORRIS HEATH: Volleyball 1, 2: Softball 21 Bas- ketball Zg Girls' Athletic Association 2. JEAN CAROLYN HEMBY: Circulation Staff of Wildcat 1, News Reporter 3, Home Economics Club 1, 2 QSecretary lj, Intra- mural Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4, Softball 1, 2, 3, 4, Volleyball 2, 3: Girls' Athletic Associa- tion 3, 4, Student Gym Teacher 3: Library Club 4. JUDITH CAROL HENDER- SON: Home Economics Club 1, 4, Y-Teens 2: Bible Club 4, Kliek Club 4. ELEA- NOR EOY HERRING: 4-H Club 41 Diversified Occupations Club 4. BFSSIE EULALIA HEWETT: 4-H Club lg "B" Band 1, "A" Band 2, 3, 4, R.O.T.C. 2, 3, 4. EUGENE CLIFTON HICKS, III: Latin Club 1, 2 Qljresident 21: Hi-Y 1, 2, 3, 4 QTreasurer lj: Taxidermy Club 1 QTreasurerjg R.O.T.C. Z, 3, Sergeants Club 3, Rifle Team 3: Spanish Club 3, 4 QVice-President 3, President 4jg National Honor Society 3, 45 Homeroom Chairman 4, Monogram Club 4: Physics Club 4 Qpresidcntj. THOMAS JAMES HIGH: Latin Club 2, 3, R.O.T.C. 2, 3, Sergeants Club 3. LOUISE BARCLIFT HIGHT: Henderson High School: Library Club 1, 2, 3 QVice-President Zjg Beta Club 3. HANQEWE HZALN HAM , EIQSU QIFRE DEAN HILBURN: Bradley High School: Clee Club 4g Vice-llresitlent of Stu- dent Body 4, Chairman of Handbook Committee 4, Speech Club 4, N.H.H.S.: Foot- ball l, 2, 3, 4, Sg Basketball 1, Z, 3, 4, S3 Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4, S3 Spanish Club 25 Editor- 1,4 7 in-Chief of Walden s. coNN112 RUTH HlI.I.: tmnmies Club lg choir lg Am and Crafts Club 11 Chemistry Club 4. VIOLA ELIZABETH HINNANT: lfuture is 'I-A Homemakers of America lg Spanish Club 2, 3, Library Club 2, 4 lViee-President Zjq N "I Scribblers Club 4. FREDERICK WILLIAM HOLMES: Latin Club I, 2 fTreasurer lm, ,Ill 234 Bible Club 2, R.o.T.c. 2, 3, 4, Band 2, 3, 4 qsfudem Director 3, 43, spanish Club 3, 4 fTreasurer 4jg Pan American Fiesta 3, 45 Declamation Contest 2, 3 CFinals 35. lil Zig DAVID GUILLFORD HORNE: Band lg Spanish Club 1, 25 Legislature Representative 4g Diversified Occupations Club 4. LORETTA HORNE: Klick Club lg Glee Club 1, Z, 3, "Marriage of Nannette" 3. REGINALD SIDNEY HO!ISfKELl.:L-Ii-Y 1, 23 S E N IO R S Latin Club 1, 25 R.O.T.C. 2, 33 Diversified Occupations Club 414V .D OTHY HEN- V RIETTA HOWELL: Basketball 25 Softball 25 Red Cg epqigfa 'I 35 Distributive 'f Education Club 4. JANE KATHERlNExIf-IBJN X flkzllfbgir 4. WAL- I JJ L I TER KENNETH HUNT, JR.: Basketba g Bp6eballAv5, fapefcl, 2, Bible Club 2. ' D pf' 'S J, I' I , ylw- fy Illfffl' J if Lf" ffl HILBURN-lun' HlI.LfCI lrlll ic' IHIINNANT-Elizuflrlfl HOLNIES--"I"n'i!'t1ii"' HORNI'ifDd1'izl uml i'i'3 tumling . . . lmlril i'lzi lillrv 1... pug -rlvi xi' unzirufwli '... iuiafrix' good-mzlzzrml . . . Ildllll' MU . . . Ioyrc' IIORNE-1.1 Jrz' Htl llORREI,I.f"Rz't" l'IOW'I",l.l,f"D11f" HUNSUCKIiR-Kuflu-vine IIUNTfW'ullvr w1tlr1z,iiu.itii' . . . I1 ful viuwrv . . . sublli' ui! rvlztml . . , 41 frirml nmzrhuluul , . . bam! may-goirzg . . . fompanirm Gm 41? JACKSON-"DOH" JANICKIf"An'b" kJANICKI1FYdlll'f'X JOHNSON-AIIVIVIIU kJOHNSONiMdffit .wr1'1'li1i' . . , lfluml lmir ,xulllfc . , . llrouu 4'-wx frirrnllri . . . xmilr rllllllifrlbll' . . . a linlx xl1'uigbIf0r'lc'ar41 . JOHNSON-Miriam JOHNSONfM11rJirk JOHNSON-"Bob" JOYCI"-Mur,qan'l JOYIE-"Bea" uixlful . . . xuilillr oxfurifx 4'arvfri'v . . . ulf rluuu ful . . . wil fmir lmfmliu' . . , Jurk vvwi lwlili' . . . l7V'01l'1 rjrs . A ' . i I 5. Sb""'f .s 1 . u 7 1 . l .I 4 V-, 1 4 3' -. SENIORS . . 'eff ,ia ,Q . 4-fkegqar J ,A sly. 3? 5? X 'g'A.v qi V, . 2115, ' V .stil v .wifi if I, w gy : Af . tg , - ri Q, vs, KX .f ' 'JV 'x, X fVV"-X' xxx . : ffl il. NR .li , - 'kwii g"5-f"',3i IQSU-E 1 4 I DONALD LEON JACKSON: Hi-Y 3, 4g Spanish Club 3, 4: Physics Club 4. ARTHUR WILLIAM JANICKI: Legislature Representative 1, Library Club 2, 3: Span- ish Club 3g Junior-Senior Prom Committee 3: Visual Education Staff 4. FRANCES ELLEN JANICKI: Scribblers Club 3: Library Science Club 2. ANNETTE CORENA JOHNSON: Spanish Club 1, 2. MATTIE FLORENCE JOHNSON: Bible Club 1: Orchestra 1: Latin Club 1, 2g "A" Band 1, 2, Band Club 2, 3 fPresident 314 Y-Teens lg National Honor Society 4. MIRIAM JOHNSON: Home Economics Club 1, 25 Arts and Crafts Club 2, 4g Spanish Club 3, 45 Pan-American Fiesta 3, 4. MURDICK FENNELL JOHNSON: Football lg Basketball 1, 2: Baseball 1, Z: R.O.T.C. 2, 3, Ser- geants Club 3: Future Farmers of America 4. ROBERT ZACHARY JOHNSON: Latin Club 1, 2: Band Z: Diversified Occupations Club 4. MARGARET ELIZA- BETH JOYCE. ANNIE BEATRICE JOYE. HANQEVE HAN HANQEVE HANEIQSU BETTY JANE KIURGENSEN: Bowling Team 1: Future Ilomemakers of America 1, 2 :Delegate to State Convention 1, Zjg "A" Choir 1, 2: Homeroom Chairman 2: Out- standing Service Award 2: Junior-Senior Prom Committee 3: Dramatics Club 3, 4: Hi-Y 3, 4 LTreasurer 4j, Gra-Y Advisor 3. IRIS ELLIS KELLY: Declamation Con- test 1: Latin Club 1, 2: Band 1, 2, 3 fVice-President Zjg Distributive Education Club 4. BETTY KATHRYN KERR: Dramatics Club 1: Glee Club 1, 2, 3: Taxidermy Club 2: Biology Club 2: French Club 2. ALBERTA PAYE KING: Home Economics Club 1: Dramatics Club 1: Red Cross Chairman 2: "A" Choir 3: Spanish Club 3, 4. AL- BERT EARL KING: Football lg Basketball 1: Baseball 1: Homeroom Chairman 1: R.O.T.C. 2, 3, Sergeants Club 3. CAROLYN DOLORES KING: Brooklyn Cayce High School: Home Economies Club 1: Dramatics Club 1: Toccoa Falls High School: Glee Club 2: Photographic Club 2: Dramatics Club 2: N.H.H.S. Spanish Club 3, 4: In 4 , wa' ,- . TIG QQ,-Q5 1' 'I V 'Q5' . .,,- 1, U l j, E 7, if 5 ' ' TX Liu' . x A w. C ,Lx lf. 5 4x ., , .,. , L .. . F I Q-,7ff'.fLl,.. . ILL. ' ' ' i-J, x.:i-.rg ' I- ' in grabs, - N-Q.-V Y Klick Club 3 1Treasurerj. GLORIA ANN KING: Basketball 2: Legislature Repre- S E N R S sentative 3: O. Henry Literary Society 3: Scribblers Club 3: Circulation Staff of W'ild- cat 4. JAMES LEIGH KING: Football lg Basketball 1: Baseball 1: Latin Club 74 " 1, 2: R.O.T.C. 1, 2, Sergeants Club 2: Advertising Staff of Nvildcat 2, 3 QCO-Manager . 'f'fl4'li7W 35. VALLIE RUE KING: O. Henry Literary Society 3, 4: Ifuture Teachers of 91,4-,ff America 3, 4: French Club 4: National Honor Society 4. ELZA HUGH KINLAW: ,ffl QTY X g I Library Club 1. jf-ff ', fl!" f 1, ,4.v:rj!gT iffyrffl ','JlL!Z If 1.2- flfl' 4'fv.ffI7"", J I 'val fa -Inf, IU Q I NSI Nglirll-x KI1I.I.Yflr1x KIfRRff13i'llJ KING-Faye X -yi' 'KING-Albert ,011 zirflirril . . . Ili-Y Illlllllffilllll . . . Dau uiilfnl . . . I"ri'm'fr .izwrl . . . Imzruy ' vlzjuiullli' . . . smile K K Curnlirl KINKE Yfllllfiil KING--"l1H1H1x" KING---lhlffii' Rm' IQINI .-XXX'-f-llllgfm f nail , , lglmzl gnrzif-rzilllilmf . . . Surmx ir1ill1x!r'iu14.x . . . fIl7t'l7lfNfVX fmli . . . 1'l'i'lll!ll lfmlzlqfllflzl . . . Irix KLEIN-"B00f5ie" LANCASTER-Tommie LANIf-"Bz'flzy" LANIIfR4Normu LIQINER-l.0nix fin-5 . . . smile roy . . . sponxor bustling . . . SHIHIJ' ro-ofwrillizz' . . . u friend imliffrnwl . . . ,game ilixposifimz LISWVIS-'RLIIILIIJIIYZY I,OUGHI.IN-"Bows" I.OW'-F11u'1e'r LUMSDIiNfElxiz' LUNANf"P:1l,' 1fl'!7UlH1fY . . . 1.1. Colour! Irim . . . Bobby t'.Xl'!lllIIt' . . . "Cuukir" MLW! . . . frm' frirml roy . . . jlllllpills I1 an ' S 4 A f 4- lp L '41, J 1 17" A 1. ff T 'Thy' it ,I A 1 IV f' -' 1, , 1 1' 9 I , I I ' "' ', ,JJ 1 4 1 I I f' " V ' I RUTH SHERRILL KLEIN: Sacred Heart Academyg Choir 25 Sodality 2, N.H.H.S.' 4 4- Latin Club lg Twirlers Club 3. TOMMIE LOVE LANCASTER: S.V.A., New Mar- ! ket, Virginia: President of Sophomore Class, Editor of Annual 23 Shenvalore Staff 1, 2, 1 Bible Club 1, 2, N.H.H.S.: Junior Play, "Ghost Farm" 3, Spanish Club 3, 4, O. Henry Literary Society 3, 4, Hi-Y 3, 4g Judicial Marshal 3, 43 Student judge 4, Dramatics Club , 43 Sponsor of Company "B." REBECCA ANNE LANE: Varsity Basketball 1, 23 CSENIORS T., I r X f-.fgie 9 53 , I pi-57 ik 'Af IW 9 fl ,I 7, I as 45555 2 I l 3 ll' I F fa. I Dramatics Club 1, 2, 4, Latin Club 1, 2, 4 QVice-President 21, Hi-Y 2, 3, 4 fPresident 3jg Girls' Athletic Association 3 fTreasurerjg Scribblers Club 3, Secretary-Treasurer of Junior Class, Junior Play, "Nobody Sleepsf' 3g Girls' State Conference 35 Homeroom Chairman 3g Judicial Marshal 3g Junior-Senior Prom Committee 35 National Honor So- ciety 3, 45 O. Literary Society 3, 4g Legislature Representative 3, 43 Director of Club Activities 4g Executive Council 45 Handbook Committee 4. NORMA LEE LANIER. LOUIS GRAY LEINER: Glee Club 3, 4, Swimming Team 3, 4. JAMES RANDOLPH LEWIS: Football 1, Basketball Ig Baseball lg Hi-Y 1, 2, 3, 4 CSecretary 2, President 43, Hi-Y Minstrel 3, Co-ordinating Committee 4 QPresident 4jg Taxidermy Club 2, Latin Club 2, 3 QTreasurer 2, Secretary 333 R.O.T.C. 2, 3, 4, Crack Platoon 2, 3, Honor Cadet Company "B" 2, Battalion Distinguished Cadet 2, Rifle Team 2, 3, 4, Ist Sergeant Smith Rifle Trophy 3, Sergeants Club 3, Battalion Com- mander 4, Officers Club 4 CSecretaryjg Social Marshal 3, 4, Editor-in-Chief of Hano- verian 41 Homeroom Chairman 4, Ifreshman Day Committee 49 Delegate to N. C. Press Association Conference 4, Chemistry Club 4. BETTY ,IANE LOUGHLIN: Red Cross Representative lg Spanish Club 3, Telephone Directory Committee 3. FOVVLER HALL LOW: Bowling League lg Taxidermy Club Ig Baseball 1: Legislature Representa- tive l. 2, 4g R.O.T.C. 2, 3, Sergeants Club 3 CTreasurerjg Homeroom Chairman 3. ELSIE LUCILE LUMSDEN. HELEN PATRICIA LUNAN: Red Cross Represen- tative lg Latin Club I, 21 Chemistry Club 2. IQSU EHAN QFVE HAM iscc :I95U NY'lI,IiIiR'F GORDON LUNAN: Spanish Club 3, Red Cross Representative 4. THOMAS LEWIS IWIJCIRAEZ Declamation Contest 2. LOIS ELAINE MAGNUSON: Latin Club 1, 2 CTreasurer lg Vice-President Zjg Red Cross Representative lg Maga- xr x la zine Drive Chairman lg Declamation Contest 23 O. Henry Literary Society 2, 3, 4: 2 Judicial Marshal 3, Telephone Directory Committee 3g XVildci1t Staff 3, 4 Qlfeature 51 Editor, Assistant Exchange Editor 3g Advertising Staff and Circulation Staff 4jg Nicki Hi-Y 33 Junior-Senior Prom Committee 33 junior-Senior Play Committee 33 Ulf X ii Club Editor of Hanoverian 4. MARY GLENN MANNING. WILLIAM 5 I? l JAMES MARTIN: Football 1, Latin Club lg Varsity Basketball 3, 4, R.O.T.C. 2, 3, I Sergeants Club 3, Crack Drill 3, Crack Platoon 3. RICHARD HARRISON Mc- CARN: Diversified Occupations Club 2, Band 2, R.O.T.C. 2. WILLIAM EDWARD MCPHERSON: Orchestra 1, 2, Hi-Y 2, 3, 45 "A" Band 3g Glee Club 3. PEGGY LO- RAINE MEADOWS: Diversified Occupations Club 4. JAMES I-IUBERT MEDLIN: S E N I O R S Orchestra 1, 25 Hi-Y 1, 2, 3, 4 CTrcasurer 23, Chemistry Club 25 Spanish Club 2, 3, Pan- American Fiesta 2, 3. ROGER MARTIN MILLAR: "Seven Sisters' Ig Football l, 2, 3, 4, Latin Club 1, 2, Hi-Y 1, 2, 3, Hi-Y Minstrel 1, 29 R.O.TfC.l2, 3,"4,lSerEeants Club 3, Officers Club 4g judicial Marshall 3, junior-Senior Prom Committee 3, Stage Committee of "Marriage of glannettev 3gfGovernment Cflib 4. " .I " ' J I , " ' . S LUNAN-"B4'Vf" MacRAE-"Tr Jrll' ' MAGNUSON-l.0i.Y MANNlNGvf"Iif1,x" MARTIN+"Billy" informal .... Y 1 .'.' p xvff-rrliarzl . . . fri irii Ji zmbzf -... "Wi f .vrs lwif- pl.-wif . . . 171411.-ffly lull . . . cmiiaiia MCCARN-Rifbunf McPHERSONi"Ed" MEADOXVS-Peggy NIEIJLINA"Iiv1n1y', NIILLAR-"Muffy", neu! . . . band quiet . . . anolher "Bing" t'urrfn'v . . . frivmlv rffiring . . . S!'0llf5 rlrlrr . . . football f MII.NORf1fr'ii' I NIONROEfNIurj rlgnvx NIOOREA-1031? MOORE-Afdfk MORLEY4Inxepb i'r1ga,eir14q . . gxaillmal run . . . jmlin'm'e 4lAlt'fYl'?Illl'Vlf . . .fr'rrk1n'v lull . . . rluibex mul . . . Sharon J x XIORSIfffUj1'z'iN N? Q NIOSER-Aluffi MURRAY-Cleo NIYIQRS-"Gerrit B." NlfXX'I3I:Rf,3lrlx lllnrzifr . rlvg?1'lm1th'rJ u' fr'iw1J13 . , . Virgil- Jufnvzilullle . . . gairl-i alxgrlir . , . Jann four: uxlli . . . lurid ' ' ' I E v A .3 X5 ' '. l 'J yi RX : . 'Na ' 1 37 f- V: ?' 3 3 is ' ' ' V 5' 3 ERIC MILNOR: Band lg Hi-Y 2, 3, 45 Spanish Club 3, 4 fPresident 333 Government ' -N. t .t , 3 Q 5 3" j 5 1 Club 4 QPresidentj. MARY AGNES MONROE: Diversified Occupations Club 4. A . ' I S, A' gl 1 .1 - V , i il IDELORES JOYCE MOORE! Bible Club lg Athletic Club I, 2. MACK ALLEIXI S ' R i I K. ' ' MOORE: Spanish Club 2, 3g R.O.T.C. 2, 3g Swimming Team 4. JOSEPH FRANK- LIN MORLEY: R.O.T.C. 1, 2. ALYCE ROGERLEA MORSE: Intramural Volley- I S N A , so .. ball 1, 2, 33 Intramural Basketball 1, 2, 3, 43 Home Economics Club lg Girls' Athletic Association 1, 2, 4g May Court 1, Zg Latin Club 2, 3g Library Club 33 Cheerleader 3, 4. MACK EUGENE MOSER: R.O.T.C. 2, 3, 4, Sergeants Club 2, 3, Crack Platoon 2, 3. I A EMILY CLEO MURRAY: Y-Teens 1, 2g "AH Choir 1, 2. GERTRUDE BARNES sf' 1 Y". .far 5 , In 1 MYERS: Latin Club 1, 2 QTreasurer ljg O. Henry Literary Society l, 2. 3 fSCCI'CI.ll'y 3jg Homeroom Chairman 1, 4g junior Play 3g Junior-Senior Prom Committee 34 Telephone r'iiQjAy I' Directory Committee 3g Dramatics Club 1, 2, 43 Hi-Y 3, 4 CSergeant-at-Arms 43, Hi-Y AX X Q Co-ordinating Committee 3, 4 QSecret.1ry 3j, Gray-Y Advisor 3: Handbook Committee ii 'CS lf 4g I-Ianoverian Staff 43 Irrench Club 3, 4 QVice-President 4jg National Honor Society 4. iii, ,"' 4 , Jffm' ' L Q V V I NLXX ALFRED NEXVISER: R.O.'I'.C. Band 1, 2, 3, 41 "A" liand 1, 2, 3, 4g Sergeants gk be S' Club 3: Spanish Club 2. IQSUEHANQEVE HAN HANQEVIS EANEIQSU IVA LEE NICHOLS: Outstanding Service Award lg Declamation Contest 24 Red Cross Representative 2, Bible Club 3, 4, Latin Club 3, 4 fPresident 333 National Honor Society V, 3, 4. ALMA LOU NORTON. MARGARET ANN OLDENBUTTEL: Latin Q p 'I - . - ,- 'I-'n Club 1, 2, Orchestra 1, 2. HAROLD AUGUST OLSEN: Band 1, 2, 3, 45 Scrgeants Qflegil " Club 35 4-H Club 1, 2, 3, 4g Spanish Club 2, 3, 4. RICHARD NAPOLEON ,X iii it va. L- f. OTTAVVAY: Orchestra lg Latin Club 1, 2, Hi-Y 1, 2, 3, 4, Hi-Y Co-ordinnting Com- f . .,-is--ftl, mittee 1, 2, 3 qVice-President 35, Declamation Contest 1, 2, 3 fHonorable Mention 3jg - kip R.O.T.C. Band Z, 35 Judicial Marshal 3. HOMER GERALD OUTLAWI: Baseball - ' lg Basketball lg Latin Club 1, 2g Football 1, 2, 3, 4, BARBARA JEAN PADGETT: Girls' Athletic Association 2g Future Homemakers of America 2g Home Economics Club 2, 3, Circulation Staff of W'ildcat 3. GEORGE WELDON PAGE: Band 1, Spanish Club lg R.O.T,C. I, 25 GICC Club 3, 4. PATRICIA ANN PARHAIVI: Bible Club I, S E N I 0 R S 2, 3g Y-Teens 1, 2, 4, Iiuture Homemnlxers Club 4. MARTHA JEAN PARKER: V Diversified Occupations Club 3, 4, Homeroom Chairman 4. X v5 'vu i ,N . ""' - ' Q .1 d. , Offfx ,.A'Jl..1 .YL f. 4 lgglfv 'I' ' ff' I S V' I 1 .K ' , N- - .- , 4, I I ,ff l ,1 1 up Kxlffqj 5,!b4f S, NICHOl.Sflli1 I.1'1' NORTONfrlImt1 OLDIQNBUTTIfI.-MuVgun'l OI.SIiN-Zlltzrnlil OTTAXY'AYfRii'fJur I slmliolli . . . Biffle Club tjIlIt'f . . . Jurlt hair anzlfifiollt . . . cello t'mm'i1'nfim4f , . . Nurnjv vfmrl . . . hon'-I1 OUTLAXX'--"Ii'rl'j,' PADGETT-"Bob" PACvEvGf'm',qt' PARHAM-"PM" PARKIfRfMt1J'lbu I - frivmllpq . . . a pal lazily . . . Df'S0lr1 rule 'rr' LCVJZFX . , . Fa-yr sun! ...' zrriirr 7lliH'!JIL'llllH . . . lu PAYNE-Carolyn PEARSON4lflxir PIiTIiRSON4"Bi'lly Iran" PHELPS4W'il1ium PHILLIPS--james pleastuzi . . .V qzzirtuile alblulic . . . scbool bus rfmvfnl . . . bovis iutrn-sling . . . glasses mrrfrrv . . . boi rod PINER-Ellen PITTNIAN-Raj' PIVIQR-"Don" PLOTT"'Difky' l'OST-fncarkifu lflomlr . . . ULIYIIFSS rburj . . . Imuil bumfmzm' . . . Murgawl Jirvrrvl . . . racer ifixurming . . . Fowler CAROLYN VIRGINIA PAYNE: Arts and Crafts Club 3. ELSIE LEE PEARSON: Home Economics Club lg Basketball 1, 25 Volleyball 1, 2g Girls' Athletic Association 3, 4. ELIZABETH JANE PETERSON: Homeroom Representative lg Future Homemakers of America 13 Latin Club 2, 3. VVILLIAM RILEY PHELPS: R.O.T.C. 2, 3, 4. S E N JAMES ALBERT PHILLIPS: Band 1, Z, 3, 43 R.O.T.C. 1, Z, 3, 4: Visual Education 1, 2. ANNIE ELLEN PINER: Bible Club lg Library Club 2, 3g Y-Teens 1, Z5 Distributive Education Club 4. DONALD RAY PITTMAN: Red Cross Representae tive lg Bible Club lg Swimming Team lg Band 1, 2, 45 Homeroom Chairman 21 R.O.T.C. Z, 3g Dramatics Club 4. ROBERT MCDONALD PIVER: Football lg EZ , aim Red Cross Representative lg Arts and Crafts Club lg Hi-Y 1, 2. Hi-Y Minstrel 21 French X " H Club 24 R.O.T.C. 2, 3. Spanish Club 5, 4 iPresidcm sp. CARLTON LEE PLOTT. . M il ifiu i R.O.T.C. 2, 3. Sergeants Club 2. CATHERINE POST: Dramatics Club lg Latin x 1' - X Club 1. 2 LSecretary 215 Basketball lg Red Cross Representative lg O. Henry Literary H 'N 1 Xl lfpl Society 1, 2, 3, 4 QVice-President 35g Kliclx Club 2g Social Marshal 3, 45 NVildcat Circula- iyi yy ,ll iii tion Staff 3, 4, XY'ildcat Reporter 3g junior-Senior Prom Committee 3: junior Play I ' l 31 ii lf' lu P N A K 1 i I W M . j4,w3Kf " Property Committee 3: Iareneh Club 4 qSeeretaryj3 Hanoverian Staff 4g Battalion .. ,g x V 5.5, 0 A i ' Sponsor 45 National Honor Society 4: May Court 2, 4. 1950 EHZQLNQEVIE EAN HANfKDQfERlLJa3,N: BERNICE POTTER: Legislature Representative 2: Diversified Occupations Club 4. NANCY ROSELLE POWELL: Latin Club 1, 2: Softball 1, 23 Volleyball 1. 21 Basket- ball 1, Z, 3g Intramural Basketball 1. 2, 3PQ Girls, Athletic Association 2 lSccretaryj: National Honor Society 4. GERALDINE PRESCOTT: Latin Club 1, 2: Diversified Occupations Club 4. JUNE DORIS PUGH: Dramatics Club lg "A" Choir 2: Red Cross Representative 4. IRA XVADE PURIEOY: Alliance High School 1. SUSAN ANN QUINLIVAN. PAUL CARY RANDOLPH. BRUCE ALYRIC RAY: N.H.H.S.: Orchestra lg Football I, 2g Hi-Y 1, 2: R.O.T.C. Band 29 Latin Club 4: john Marshall High School: John Marshall Cadet Corps 3: Ba d 5 Orchestra 3: Chess IQSU tw, fi. 'sag-5-' Club 3. JAMES ALLEN REESE: Homeroom Chairman lg story Club 2 QPresi- dentjg Legislature Representative 2g R.O.T.C. 3g Red Cro R esentative 3: Distribu- tive Education Club 4. BARBARA LOU REYNOLD edham Broughton High S E N R S School: Home Economics Club 1: ee Club 1: Red Cros airman lg Library Club 2: Homeroom Chairman 1, g Stude Council 1, 2: Fren b 2: N.H.H.S.: Hanoverian Staff 4: Circula ion Sta of d . 0 .1 D 0 J ' P Tl , +i iluoii-lu ffi' Puiurov-elf., SH, f 5 4 in ' faithful . . . lilnmlii firm' nfmianf . . . Orgs IVAN+"Qur" R AMI PH mil S- AY-"Al" REESEflu I114'5 REYNOLDS-"B ff Rl-,YNOLDS-A Iiuzzum' RllOlJl-QS "Bill" RICH--Iri.1 ROBBlNSf1'll1',x ROISISINS--1701-11 1'fmff1'r'-fmt . , . lu'i1lg1' 1l1'l1'1'm:u1'1l . . . fmliliriim fmffi' ftltil' . . . Hugh fuinrulflz' . . . Cult' .111'1'1'I . . . 11 friruil RC5Cil:,RS"fl"1lrlim lilRcil'iRS"',lJIl'l' ROUSl"'fflf1U'l lRUSS'CIt1fl7A'l'IllA' RUSS---"'fi1'll1"' 1'ff11'i,'lll . . . lr11111l11ilil-1' A'l1tll'Hljfl.Q . . . Srumi' .itcpx hill . . . l'lUlH'fll timl Nun r1'v1,11r'1'1'-flrl . . . .1 jml 1'x1'il1u,q . . . rlolb -4 X 1 N . JP!! x"""' ' 7 ANNQ -f'f'!5 yxixj 'kg-J UN! -C 1-4. .. - 1' J Ax, , ' , .,. . J , 's . . I A .. N va. ' 'X 1 ' -t' ' - - . X , . - f MARYXBONNER REYN I. S: I.ntin Club 1, 25 Junior Play Committee 3g O. Henry X Literary Society 3, 4, Seribblers' Club 4, judicial Marshal 3. NVIIIIAM KENDRICK RHODES: Scribblers' Club 1, 23 Glee Club 1, 2, 5, 4g Spanish Club 3, 4, R.O.T.C. S E N 2, 3. IRIS GREY RICH: Home Economies Club lg I.ibrnry Club 3. ALEX PORTER ROBBINS: Hi-Y 3, 4 fVice-President 4,3 Spanish Club 3, 43 R.O.rI'.C. 2, l 3, 4, Officers' Club 4 fTFCllSLlfCI'JQ Government Club 4. DORIS RAY ROBBINS. . . AGNES EARI.INIf ROGERS: Retl Crows Representative Z3 liiversifietl Occupations Club 4. ,1oYt3ii liI.OISE ROGERS: tim Club 2, 3, 4, Ha-Y 3, 4, Hi-Y Nlil1SI!'Cl 3. K lli-Y Vfeelt of P i'.1 yer 31 Spanish Club 3, 4, l,1l1'l-AITICYICAIIW lfiesta 3, Junior Play Com- mittee 3, I'ILll10VCI'l.lH staff 4, National Honor Society 44 SCCl'Cf.ll'y'-Tl'C.1SUl'Cl' of Senior i, til, isg. Luxxvooiu mixi. ROUSIZ: l.L'glSlL1IL11'C RQp1,Qw111,1m-Q 1, 111. iiii ,ities club lg H1 JI11 mom t:l1,11rm,m 2. RUTH CATHIQRINIQ Russ. s1,11i1.1sY IQUCQFNIQ J I N! NNVI7 . RUSS: Ifsotbiill lg 1s,1ti,Q11,.111 1, 2 ,c2.1p,.1m 13, R.O.T.Ll. 1, 2, Scrguiim' ciitib 2, I .-.zlgfufffli L' lldlltl I, 23 Bible Club 1, Spanish Club 2, 3 qTre.1surc1' 35: Student Telephone Directory 5- 1 ,Alf -"ff N Committee 33 Chemistry Club 4. X IQSU EHANQDVE ERHAXN . ,I ,-,X x- r a o Htamovie aaugiasu HERMAN XVILVRED SANDERS: Orchestra l. 2 fSecretary Zjg Latin Club l. 2 qsecrmfy 25, R.o.T.c. 2, 5, 4. MARY HESTER SANDLIN. MELVIN JAY J SCHXVARTZ: Latin Club l, Z CVice-President ljg Legislature Representative l, 2: x A Honorary Member of O. Henry Literary Society 2g lfrench Club 4 llfresidentjg Govern- jig' ment Club 4 Cljresidentjg Chemistry Club 4 fTreasu1-erjg Red Cross Representative 4g W 'Riff National Honor Society 4. JEANETTE SCOTT: Latin Club 1, 2 lPresident lj. i fl 5 .fl A HILDA PAYE SELLARS: Legislature Re resentative lg Bible Club l, 2: Homeroom . f, , Chairman 35 Latin Club 3, 4g Distributive iEducation Club 4. XVILLIAM MELTON SELLARS: R.O.T.C. 2, 3, Sergeant! Club 35 Football 3, 4g Basketball 3. 41 Spanish N9 A Club 3, 4g Homeroom Chairman 3, 4. LEON HAMPTON SEXVELL: Taxidermy Club lg Dramatics Club lg Hi-Y 1, 2, 3, 4 QVice-President 2, Secretary 415 Latin Club 2, 3g R.O.T.C. 2, 3, 4, Rifle Team 3, 4, Crack Platoon 2, Honor Cadet of Company "A" 2, Sergeants' Club 3, Officers' Club 4 fVice-Presidentjg Legislature Representative 3g S E N R S Monogram Club 45 National Honor Society 4. EFFIE RUTH SHAXV: Latin Club 1, 2g Advertising Staff of Wildcat 24 Future Homemakers of America 2g Baton Club 3g Circulation Staff Wildcat 43 Dramatics Club 4. MARGARET JUANITA SHELLEY: Homeroom Chairman l. NANCY DOROTHEA SHELTON: Latin X Club 1, 23 Distributive Education Club 4. Ma' Xb 2 W S W. ,ae ' !j,1u,'-f wiki! SAXDI RS+HZ' lrlil if mANl7l.lN7.3ldY: ' SC TZf",lli'l'TGf! SCO-ET'-If 'i'flrli' H- Sl"l.l.ARSfHilil.1 li li . . . lm' r11i'11 for fri i'f1i ff-1 ...i l iii' fe fum' rl 1r'i 'rful . . . vi'r'i'r1i' . . . lffunl f7ll'ilHllIf . . . Ullll 1 I www Wim-lwll, fi. q Y V v sr LLARS--"Mui" T'-7 isewi-.l,I.Y"11.wip" sHAw--Ruff, SlII-.l.l.l-.Y-"l'ollJH sm- 1, rc3xA.x'am-i l . zrnflj . . . Bolllvivliij liirilurlz . . . good uarkrr pvlih' , . . Grrf1.iru'I ifunzfj . . . rnzvlvivr rurvl . . . rffaflrrl SHISPARI,-fI0j fr SHEPPARD4-George SHIPP-Bvfly SKIPPER-"Skippy SLOAN-A amy rag . . . tl frirml xbnrl . . . Dom l'lll'fgl'fil' . . . lurk bupfly . . . Cuxunola ilenmri' . . . Hu SM ITH-Barlmru SMITH-Dal ill SMITH-Elaine' SMITH-Sbirlvy SMITH-Ellioll .xirlrrrr . . . I2Ull5f'lLi1t' ruzrlioux . . . c'bufIi'rlm,x ilvperzifuivle . . . Hi-Y fiwfllllulf' . . . Tmuuzj IlIiN'lJIz'l0llA . . . SENICRS xi, K .' i' . K X A Milli XX li - V. ly iz .- "- Q54 ' I ii N i , , V gy: 56355 1 gfggz bf il 14 I I if rr ELIZABETH JOYCE SHEPARD. GEORGE JAMES SHEPPARD: Basketball lg Baseball 2, Spanish Club 1, 2, Dramatics Club 4. BETTY RUTH SHIPP: O. Henry Literary Society lg Klick Club lg Home Economics Club lg Legislature Representative 13 Chairman of Freshman Dance 15 Dramatics Club 1, 2, Red Cross Representative 1, 2g Scribblers 1, 2, Volleyball 1, 2g Circulation Staff of Wildcat 1, 2, Band Club 2, 3g Homeroom Chairman 2, 3, Majorette 1, 2, 3. FREDERICK NORWOOD SKIPPER: R.O.T.C. 1, 2, 3, Homeroom Chairman 3. NANCY ANN SLOAN: Latin Club 1, 2, Spanish Club 2, 3. BARBARA RUTH SMITH: Bible Club lg Home Eco- nomics Club lg Latin Club lg Wildcat Staff 2, 3, 4, O. Henry Literary Society, Scrib- blers' Club: Dramatics Club 4. DAVID LOUIS SMITH: Football lg Basketball 11 Baseball 13 R.O.T.C. 2, 3, Crack Platoon 2, 3, Sergeants' Club 3g Diversified Occupa- tions Club 4. ELAINE KAY SMITH: Latin Club 1, 2, Dramatics Club 1, 2, 4, Arts and Crafts Club 1, 4 QVice-President 45, Chemistry Club 2, Glee Club 2, 3, 44 "Marriage of Nannetten 3, "Mikado', 4g Junior Play, "Ghost Ifarml' 3, Junior-Senior Prom Committee 3g Hi-Y 1, 2, 3, 45 Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 4 QTreasurer 1, President 2, 3, Devotional Chairman 413 Hanoverian Staff 4, French Club 4, National Honor Society 4, Student Telephone Directory Committee 4. SHIRLEY HOKE SMITH: Klick Club lg Red Cross Representative Ig Hi-Y 1, 2 lPresident 23, Dramatics Club 1, 41 Latin Club 1, 2 QVice-President 1, Treasurer 25, Secretary-Treasurer of Sophomore Class, Scribblers' Club 23 Taxidermy Club 2g Advertising Staff of NVildcat 2, Legis- lature Representative 2, 3, Stage Committee for junior Play 3: Student Marshal 34 O. Henry Literary Society 3, 4 fTre.1su:'er 45. NVALTER ELLIOT SMITH: R.O.T.C. 2, 3, 4g Band Club 2, 3. 4. IQSU EHANQDVE EAN rold UH rlrx Q. N I sHa,Nov'E mAtNEiQ5o MARY ANN SNAKENBURC: Homeroom Chairman lg Red Cross Representative 1: Girls' Chorus 1, Choir 1g Bible Club 1, 2, Latin Club 1, 2: Dramatics Club 1, 2, 3. 4: Girls' Athletic Association 23 Home Economies Club 2, Seribblers' Club 23 junior-Senior Prom Committee 3, Make-Up Committee for "XVhat a Life" 3. VICTOR CRAY SNEIQDFN: Spanish Club 1, R.O.T.C. 1. 12101512 NAONI1 SOOTS: Home Ifuo- nomies Club 13 Latin Club 1, 2. MARY LOUISE STIQXVART: Intramural Bas- ketball Team lg Latin Club 1, ZQ Stage Committee for junior Play 33 Spanish Club 3. 4 lSeeretary-Treasurer 33, Pan-American Fiesta 3, Arts and Crafts Club 3, 4 1SeCretary 3jq Dramaties Club 3, 4, O. Henry Literary Society 3, 4, Circulation Staff of Wfildeat 3, 4, Advertising Staff 3, 4, Kliek Club 43 National Honor Society 4. SARA XVILLIAMS STEXVART: Bible Club 1. 2, 3, 4g Future Teachers of America 3, 45 Span- ish Club 3, 4. CHARLES STEPHEN STOKLEY: Football lg R.O.T.C. 3, 4. BETTY JEAN STONE: Future Homemakers of America 1, Arts and Crafts Club 2. FLORENCE JANE STONE: Latin Club 1, Z, O. Henry Literary Society 1, 2, 3, 4: Kliek Club 24 Circulation Staff of XVildcat 1, 2, 3, 4, Feature Editor 4, junior-Senior Prom Committee 3, Hanoverian Staff 4. GERALD DAVID STONE: Basketball lg Baseball 1, Football 2, R.O.T.C. 2, 3, Sergeants' Club 3. MARY SCOTT STRICK- LAND: Scribblers Club 1g Dramatics Club 1, Judicial Marshal 1, 2, O. HenWf'Ixitera9' Society 1, 2, 3, 4 fChairman Short Story Contest 2, President 4jg Hi- V-!f"2, 3 QVice- President 1, President 2, Advisory Board 3, Co-ordinating Committ e 31g Latin Club 1, 2 fPresident 1, Secretary Zjg National Honor Society 3, 4 fVice-President ,439 Busi- ness Manager of Hanoverian 4, Telephone Directory Committee 1: Hi-Y MIUSIYCII 35 y W7 Xl ,Y tix M 'SEN-IORS 4 1 1 Handbook Committee 43 Declamation Contest 2. ij 'i , " If , ' ' , I S ARI YBURGfMi1r3 Ann SNEEDIZN-"I'ii"' SOOTS-Ifloisr A f STIiW'ART-lllury Lnnm' STEXVART-Sizra rnyoyable . . . laughs lzimf-f1f'i1rfi'J . . . il pal lilzmlfli- . . . lzlonifr ' zuinxmm' . . . lfrfmu ry vi ioziul . . . cjdfflllfld Beub S FOI'xLI1Y4Cfn1r1i't STONLfBi'Hj STONIf4-"Sr100kii"' STONI'iaGrrilfif STRICKLANIJ 'Si I HIIXIIIIF . . . i'n11m,Qi' i'rn1fiili'f1f.., .1 elllllfldfllllfl liivlj . . . Buirl: faxing . . . Iiuxlnfy iluprrztlalfli' . . . , r 1 . SUM MERLlN4H1'rHmf1 SNVEENEYf"B1l1'1'fJ1'm1" TAY LOR7"Dwz,' T AY LOR-Inulelli' TAYLOR-Joyce t'IIt'I',Ql'fiA' , . . lrrmkx !JIl77IlH'UlH . . . nur lmy fl'14'll1H,1' . . . cur guy . . . livin xynzfwufbvlin' . . . fwm liinaleirz TEACHIQ Yflfrlrfl 'TTl0hlPSON-Al!!! TI IO MPSON-Ifwxit' TODDfNlilrgI1i'Vi!! TYSINGER-"Phil fair . . . lfmvllfiriall !7lIll'l'j1'Y. . . llouuiril rrlirnwzfflu ..., i fmrfi Yt'l'l'lH' . . . Ima-li Inn! Ima' . . . Bailey SENIORS ,L 4 ., page Li. L.: - .kmgxqr -f35,:,,- .E f L 'i. - 'Eur 7 ff Q L s -i, f .iilifi ,fn W' f 1 5- T 4, All i ,. W 32 i as X 4 ' i , 1 .-.. , JQIQCZ5 J Vg N xTjN RFQ 'l ' 1 ' ' i 3 -. 1 , X w ,a X .ta q- Mi W, 'frm .N a.. ,. JOHN HENRY SWEENEY: Homeroom Chair- HERMAN ISAAC SUMMERLIN. man 1: Red Cross Chairman 1: Latin Club 1, 2 fPresident Zjg Judicial Marshal 23 Leg- islature Representative 3 fLegislature President Pro-Tem 3jg Wglys and Means Com- mittee 3: Hi-Y 2, 3, 4 fPresiclent 3Jg Hi-Y Coordinating Committee 4: Junior Class President: Delegate to State Student Council Congress 3: Director of Elections 4: Execu- tive Council 4, Handbook Committee 4, Youth Council 3: Boys' State 3, National Honor Society 3, 4 QPresident 4jg Parent Student Teacher Council Representative 3: Azalea Committee 4, R.O.T.C. 2, 3, 4, Crack Platoon 2, 3, Sergeants' Club 3, Distinguished Cadet 3. DONALD LEE TAYLOR: Bible Club lg Latin Club 1, 2g R.O.T.C. Band 2, 35 Hi-Y 3, 4. JEANETTE TAYLOR: Home Economics Club lg Art Club lg Y-Teens 1, 2, 3 QVice-President 2, President 3jg Delegate for Y-Teens Conference 2, 3: Girls Chorus 2: Telephone Committee 4. JOYCE TAYLOR: Home Economics Club 1: Y-Teens 1, 2, 3 QVice-President 3j: Girls' Chorus 23 Telephone Committee 4. HELEN EAY TEACHEY: Bible Club 3. EDNA ANN THCUMPSCDN: Wildcat Staff 4. JESSIE MAE THOMPSON: Volleyball Championship Team lg Latin Club I, 2: Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4: Girls' Atliletie Association 3, 4 fSecretary Point System 3, President 4jg Junior-Senior Committee 3: Gym Assistant 4. MARGUERITE CAR- LEEN TODD: Homeroom Chairman 1: Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4, S fSecretary 35: Cheer- leader 2, 3, 4, S QHead Cheerleader SJ: Operetta, "New Moon," "Red Mill,'3 "Marriage of Nannettef' 3: Bible Club 1, 2, 3. PHILLIP HARAVVAY TYSINGER: Eoot- ball 1, Zg Baseball lg Basketball 1, 4, S: Taxidermy Club 2: R.O.T.C. 2, 3: Swimming Team 2, 3, Music Appreciation Club 3, Red Cross Representative 3: Spanish Club 3. 4, S. IQSU EHAN COVE 133.129-tllusl HANQFVE HANEIQSU MARY VIRGINIA YENTERS: Home Economics Club lg O. Henry Literary Society lg Red Cross Representative lg Dramatics Club lg Scribblers Club 1. 2g Circulation Staff of NVildcat 3. Reporter 2, Assistant Photographic Editor 4g Library Club 2. ADRIAN RICHARD VERZAAL. BETTY WADE XVALLACE: Latin Club 1: Volleyball I, 25 Basketball I, Z, Softball 1, 25 Home Economics Club 1, Zg Baby Sitters Club 2, Y-Teens Zg Advertising Staff of XVildcat 3. RODNEY NEALE VVALTERS: R.O.T.C. Band 1, 2, "A" Band 1, 2, 3, Band Club l,2,3g Latin Club 1, 23 Hi-Y l,2,3,-lg Arts and Crafts Club 4g Government Club 4g National Honor Society 4. ELLA LEE XVALTON: Red Cross Representative lg Y-Teens lg Girls' Athletic Association lg Bible Club 2, Spanish Club 35 Choir 3, Scribblers Club 4, Arts and Crafts Club 4, O. Henry Literary Society 4. CORA ELAINE WIARREN: Legislature Representative lg Hi-Y 1, Z QTreasurer 1, Secretary 21, I-Ii-Y Minstrel 1, 23 Latin Club 1, 2 fTreasurer lj, Red Cross Representative 1, 2g Dramatics Club 1, 2g O. Henry Literary Society 1, 2, 3g Klick Club 25 Circulation Staff of Wildcat 2, 3, Junior-Senior Prom Committee 39 Junior Play Property Committee 35 Homeroom Chairman 3g Hanoverian Staff 4. WILLIAM HERMAN WARREN: Football lg Latin Club l, 23 Swimming Team 2, 34 R.0.T.C. 2, 3, 4. LOUISE PAULINE WATKINS. TI-IURSTON IVAN WAT- KINS, JR.: Football lg Basketball lg Baseball lg Hi-Y lg Spanish Club 1, 2. PA- TRICIA ANN WEEDON: Legislature Representative 1, 3g Red Cross Representative 2g Ticket Committee of Junior-Senior Play 3 fChairmanjg Magazine Drive 35 National Honor Society 4. V ff s.-. Ha lt- . . Ixflgfl 3 'X .Qui , '? K QW- QX f saga-7 - I ,f 31 - .sei Q. A' ., I SX fl v'i' f' e Y 'PL-lil ., .Jr L X . liuld as ii I ig s?L"P .gr-IFA -, fe is - SENIORS X l NTI RS-Uzllldii' VERZAAL-flrfr'i:1l1 W'AI.LACI'i-Belly W'AI.TIfRS--"R0r'12" W'AI.TON-f"Di'i' D l nqlrig . . . 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Rllj ilvlrrnliumf . . . gilqglvx rumrlj . . . good' gmtlm iurrm' . . . lrluuilv hair frrwlillvi . . . bot ml SENIORS Xp tags ,,f e-m rg 1 If X ll1,mi'rI',,r , vip F jlfwy ,ffl JOHN JULES WEEKS: Hi-Y lg Latin Club 1, 2: Swimming Team 1, 2: R.O.T.C. 2, 3, 4, Sergeants' Club 35 Taxidermy Club 1, 3g Klick Club 2, 3. MARY KATH- ERINE WEEKS: Y-Teens 1: Dramatics Club 1, Latin Club l, 25 Tri-Hi-Y 1, 2 fTreas- urer 21. DAVID MARSDEN WELLS: Arts and Crafts Club 2 QTreasurer 21: Di- versified Occupations 3. ANN DUNCAN WHEELER: Home Economics Club lg Basketball lg O. Henry Literary Society 1, 2g Dramatics Club 1, 2: Latin Club 1, 2: Glee Club 3, 4. JAMES REDMOND WHITE: Reidsville High School: Dramatics Club lg Football lg Lions Booster Club lg French Club 2: N.H.H.S.: "A" Band 3, 4: French Club 35 R.O.T.C. 3, 4. BETTY ANN VUHITLEY. INIARY MARTINA NVIDMARK: Softball League lg Bible Club lg Home Economics Club lg Red Cross Rcp- resentative 2g Basketball 23 Girls Athletic Association 3, 4: Arts and Crafts Club 4. EDNA NIUANITA XVILLIAMS: Home Economics Club lg Dramatics Club lg Cho'r 1, 2: Y-Teens 1, 2: Family Life Committee 3. MARY JACQUELINE W'lI.I.IAMS: Basketball 1, 2: Girls' Athletic Association Club 33 Arts and Crafts Club 4: Diversified Occupations Club 4. TED XVILLIAMS: Ili-Y 1, 2, 3, 4 ql'resident 2, Vice-President 3j. Hi-Y Coordinating Committee 1, 2, NVeek of Prayer 3, Gray-Y Advisor 3: Legis lature Representative 1, 2: Vice-President of Sophomore Class: Student Court Judge 43 R.O.T.Ci. 2, 3, 4, Sergeants' Club 3, Oihcers' Club 4, Crack Platoon 2, 5. lQ5U EHZELNQFVE EAN al tp tuned . .. . 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JERALINE XVILSON: lfuture Homemakers of America 1, ' Ji' Bible Club l, 2, Y-Teens l, 2, 3, Diversified Occupations Club 4. MARIAN BUDD ,f I XVILSON: Latin Club l, 2 QSecretary lj, Declamation Contest 2, Magazine Drive 2 f X rf , lk fW'innerj, O. Henry Literary Society 3, Junior-Senior Prom Committee 3, Spanish 3 ' ue, Club 3, 4, Pan-American Fiesta 3, 4, Hi-Y 3, 4 fTreasurer 43, Hi-Y Minstrel 3, 4, 4' ikfkb Hi-Y Coordinating Committee 4, Publicity Chairman 4, Circulation Staff of Vfildcat 1 .A -:ag-gl 1 3, 4, Hanoverian Staff 4 flfeature Editorj, Handbook Committee 4, National Honor . J , ' Society 4. ALICE ELIZABETH XVINGARD: Phillips High School: Marshal 1, 2, 3, I ,J 0 Vice-President Session Room 2, 3, Student Government Representative 2, 3, Secretary I L . L of Freshman Class 1, Mnemosynean Society 3, 4 lTreasurer and Corresponding Secre- I R S tary 3j. ELEANOR JOYCE XVINN: Home Economics Club 1, Klick Club Z, Bible y Club 2, Dramatics Club 4, Diversified Occupations Club 4. GERALDINE VVISE: 'A Clee Club 2. EUGENE DANIEL VVITHERSPOON, JR.: Dramatics Club 1, 2, I Latin Club 1, 2 fVice-President lj, Friends Club l, Hi-Y 1, 2, 3, 4 fSecretary 33, Co- . ,1' H, ' ordinating Committee 4 1Secretaryj, Hi-Y Advisory Board 4, NY'eek of Prayer l, 4, "li ' Hi-Y Minstrel 1, 2, 4, Senior Advisor Boys' Cra-Y 4, Tennis Team 3, 4, Library Club 2, 3, 4 fSecretary 23, Teen-Age Show 3. 4, Freshman Day Program 3, Teen-Age Azalea Ifestival Committee 4, Covernment Club 4, Circulation Staff of NVildcat 4 fManagerJ, Judicial Marshal 4, Ifrench Club 4: National Honor Society 4. JOHN DEE VVOOD: Spanish Club 1, 2, Hi-Y 4. ROBERT ALLEN VVOOTEN: Latin Club 1, 2, R.O.T.C. 2, 3, 4. OLIVER CUSTEEMO XVORTHINCTON. IL JN' Hcillllfu XY'lI,SON+Ii'mln1i' NYILSON-flilitfif XYINC.-XRIl7.ll1i" IPUIHIIIJII . . . L1llL17'fL'f .1 ,' .lffllplllfl ' , . 'QJlt'fJ imiluftli' , . . iiiiifriwltivijliig jwlfh' .... 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DONALD BRETT WYCHE: Hallsboro High School 1, 25 English Club 1, 2 QOfficer 235 Football 25 Basketball 25 Glee Club 15 N.H.H.S. 3, 45 Scribblers' Club 3, 45 Declamation Contest 35 Taxidermy Club 3, 45 Spanish Club 3, 4. NICHOLAS ALEXANDER XANTHOS: Boys' Choir 15 Glee Club 35 "Marriage of Nannette" 35 Family and Community Living 4. TREVA JACKALIN YOW: Legislature Repre- sentative l5 Dramatics Club l, 2, 35 "A" Choir 25 Future Homemakers of America 2, 35 Bible Club 3, 45 Y-Teens 3, 45 Circulation Staff of Wildcat 4. , Not Pictured JAMES RICHARD AUSTIN. GLADYS LOUISE BAYSDEN. EDWARD EARL BULLARD, JR.: Baseball 15 Football 1, 2, 3, 45 Basketball 1, 2, 3, 45 Hi-Y 1, 2, 3, 4 QPresident 2, Secretary 315 Biology Club 25 R.O.T.C. 2, 3, 4, Band 2, Ser- geants' Club 35 Homeroom Chairman 35 Junior Play, "Nobody Sleeps," 35 Junior-Senior Prom Committee 35 Devotional Chairman 4. MAX JAY COLLIE: Football 1, 2: Basketball l, 25 Baseball 15 Spanish Club 3, 4. RAYMOND CORE: Diversified Oc- cupations Club 3, 4. WILLIAM FRANKLIN FENNELL: Football I5 Basketball 1,25 Bible Club 25 Red Cross Representative 2. DORIS RAE GARDNER. ARTHUR PATRICK HARRINGTON. MAY NORTHROP HOLTON: Dramatics Club 1. 2: Circulation Staff of Wildcat 1, 25 Latin Club 1, 25 Bookroom 1, 2, 35 judicial Marshal 35 Junior-Senior Prom Committee 35 French Club 4. DEWEY CARNELL MILLS: R.O.T.C. 1, 2, 3. ELSIE MAE PETERSON: Orchestra 1, 25 Independent Basket- ball Team 2. MARIAN PAGE SLOAN: Latin Club 15 Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4, "Red Mill" 1, "Marriage of Nannette" 3, Girls' Chorus 1, 35 Homeroom Chairman 2. WILLIAM SMITH. DOROTHY MCCALL VOSS. ROY VON WOOD: Fresh- man Football l5 Basketball 15 R.O.T.C. 15 Diversified Occupations Club 4. CARL FREDERICK ZELLERS: Football 15 Basketball 15 Baseball 15 Homeroom Chairman 2. - IQSU EHZAXN i0ViE1..Q.l.T.ZQ.3.3RTL Class History The test of time has proved the worth of New Hanover High School It has not only endured the test of time but also grown improved and strengthened New Hanover is able to meet our needs and demands and offers an ever present challenge to its inhabi tants This is our school It is unbelievable that only four years ago we were eight hundred gangling Fresh men invading the halls of N H H S Not quite knowing what to expect we were rather subdued at first but we soon overcame our timidity and became almost our normal selves We were slowly acquiring self confidence as we elected our first class officers Peggy Benson was the wise choice we made for Freshman President Serving capably under her were Betty Fletcher and Vivian Seigler our Vice President and our Secretary Treasurer Occupied by club joining party planning and Latin conjugations we slowly settled down into our new broader life As we proudly marched into our Sophomore year we acquired a deeper appreciation where he was destined to remain was chosen the Sophomore class President Ted Wil liams and Shirley Smith served efficiently as our other officers Dutifully we admired our boys in their ROTC uniforms and with fascination we watched Tommy Butters diligently shine his shoes in homeroom for inspection Proudly we beamed upon Sally Harrison as she walked up on the stage and came back with the coveted Martha Halllgan Cup Frenziedly we wrote themes poems and essays for Miss Walsh Confusedly we heard explanations of various and sundry algebra formulas Delightedly we made plans for our big dance Hopefully with grim and bitter smiles we survived exams Perhaps we grew a little wiser that year for those exams jolted many of us out of our complacent ruts We learned the hard way that what we gam from high school is up to us A bit less cocksure a bit more cautious we entered our eventful junior year olin Sweeney our President had scarcely a mmute of his own while planning the Junior play that best ever unior Senior Prom and the class meetings for our long anticipated class rings. Nancy Griffith and Becky Lane his hard-working assistants as Vice-President and Secretary-Treasurer fulfilled their duties in an excellent manner. Gray hairs resulted from work on Prom committees play programs and heated class meetings about that parade that never materialized. Brave Priscilla Harriss lone rushing of the Senior steps and quick descent into the holly bushes the many self-conscious drivers who had just received their licenses the spirited campaigning which resulted in the election of Clint Wilson as student-body President and John Furlong as Vice-President the many times that we said Why why did I ever take Chemistry? -all of these are vivid memories of our Junior year. Suddenly our Senior year was upon us bringing heavier responsibilities and greater opportunities than many of us had ever had. The excitement aroused by the announce- ment of R.O.T.C. ofhcers and sponsors the thrill accompanying the selection of super- latives and the feebly suppressed grins of the newly inducted National Honor Society members-all this contributed to the general aura of suspense surrounding our Senior year. Under the firm leadership of ohnny Bremer Marie Covil and Joyce Rogers our class officers we approached graduation with hearts full of poignant memories and deep determination to be a credit to the school which had given us so much. Sl E A of the high values for which our school stands. Clint Wilson, rising into the limelight . , . . , . . J - J . - . , . - . . t ,l , i , HANQFVEYZQCK u lQ5U Last Will and Testament Cnty of Wllmmgton County of New Hanover We the Semors of 1950 bemg of sound mmd memory and understandmg do hereby wxll and bequeath our meager possessxons such as they may be to our hexrs m thls prescrlbed manner and form Fxrst To the umors we leave all the hard work and good tnmes wnth deep regret and apologles to the faculty for the txmes when enjoyment overbalanced work wxth the hope that they wxll be more successful 1n acquxrmg these good txmes than we were Second To the underclassmen we leave our outstandmg record 1n athletics wxth the hope that they wxll equal or even surpass xt ln the commg years Thnrd To all future Semors we bequeath all our materxal possessnons such as our warmed chaxrs xn Mr Spencers ofhce ln hopes that sand cha1rs wull be reasonably vacant In future years I'ourth To the nndnvrduals of the umor Class we bequeath these abllntnes and anvthmg else not necessarxly class1fied as an abnlnty I M1r1am Bowen leave a pxece of mx great mmd to Mary Scott Llvmgston I Nancy Gallup leave my magxc fingers to Barbara Banley I Clmt Wnlson leave my well known reputatlon as a pol1t1c1an to jxmmw Fountam We Cathenne Post and Priscilla Harrnss bequeath our enthusxastlc sense of humor to Ken I Barbara Bragg leave my outstandmg dramatxc talent to Dor1s Kxng that she may act accordmgly I Marty Mnllar leave my second hand paxr of snze 14 brogans to Bull Moose Dudley Hum phrey I Thomas Ellnot leave my vsell worn Rblllty of fllrtmg wlth the gxrls to Kenneth Murphy nn hopes that he wnll succeed as well as I have I I'rancns Fredere leave my excellent physxque to Claude Kmg Don t forget to take xt wut' you always' I Chfton Dnxon leave my lustrous curly locks to Frntz Mmtz Self explanatory We Hampton Sewell Deame H1eks and Tommy Butters leave our exhaustmg duck huntmg tnps to any boys wnllmg to sacnfnce thelr precxous sleep for saxd tnps I Earl Crow leave my greatly admxred abxlnty to keep my pants from partmg companv wxth my shnrt Qmany people marvel at my skxllj to anyone fmdnng themselves m thls precarlous po sntxon We Ed McPherson and Charles Caudnll leave our unusual vocal talent to Charles Hunmcutt dubxous as to whether he IS ln need of It I Elame Warren leave my envxed talent for kxllmg t1me nn mass murder to Bally Mc Glaughon I Randolph Lexus leave my abxllty as an organizer to Dxcky Holland Hou could he f3llD I Snoolue Stone bequeath my energetnc chewmg gum exercxses fcomplete wxth gumj to any darmg soul who desnres firm pmk gums luke mme In wltness whereof the saxd Class of S0 do hereunto set our hand and affix our seal Signed PRISCILLA HARRISS RANDOLPH LFWIS Sxgned sealed publnshed and declared bs th saxd Class of 50 as for and to be thexr last wnll and testament m the presence of us who hereunto subscrxbe our names as wntnesses thereof Sngned CATHERINE Postr ANNE BURNIF S2 0 Y Y 7 3 Y Y 1 J . Y V . . Y 3 a ' 2 , , . , . : . . . J . , .. . 1 . , . . ,, . V . ,, . . 7 I , ' .. - ,, - 9 v t - Y 7 , ' . . . . . . b a 9 L Millar, to be cultlvated as she desxres. . . - . .. ,, Y V Y ' ' ' fl 7! y v ' ' . V V - . . V . . . . Y 7 . I Y , , . .1 a 9 - ' - s v 9 9 ' , 1 1 , Y 7 1 9 1 9 9 D ' , , . . 3 7 . y . . , , . 9 a 9 ,V S 1 1 9 . I I I s I U I . Y ROBERT LEWIS SHEW 1932 1 48 IN LOVING MEMORY OF BOBBY SHEW WHO WILL LONG BE REMEM BERED BY HIS FELLOW CLASSMATES HIS FRIENDLY WAYS AND FINF QUALITY OF SPORTSMANSHIP WILL LINGER WITH US ALWAYS. S3 HANQDVET? fx IQSU Senior Class Out of the past we brmg you a ghmpse of the most beautxful gnrl ln the graduatmg class of 1921 Snapshots Belle and Beau' Betsy My haven t We grown though? Our comednans' Talent on the menu 54 D' A E O J . . sg l y 2 Q 'S ' 1 , 1 ' IQSU HANQVER JMX m Senior Superlatlves BEST LOOKING MARGUERITE TODD DON Pix LR Bffuusv 0 Margmrflc v lmrlzmxx ami lnaufj 0 spirit and mamwr 'Vfargmr llc ami Don an the BrsT Looxnxc FRIENDLIEST 'LIL GAL1 DORSFY JI-RRY OUTLAW Bualm 11 llnlr tlllllldblllfj and good nalurul KIISIJOSHIIIIIY Gale' and crry an flu FRIFNIDLIIQST 55 24 ii Avlv -A-'f Et'v'v f'-Av ' 0 O Doris bandsonzenfss as zwll as tlwir ' , v f . . 1 A .' ' ' , . 1 'z. ' 41 . ' I A 0- '45 F 5 . I , . x, I ' . ' L4 ' . HZ-SN QDWE TOQJUXM IQSU Senior Superlatlves MOST FLIRTATIOUS Mfxxxm COILII- Tnoxms ELIIOTI Bvransz 0 ffun ,ay and lUll1ll'fflSl.7 zuannu Maxim ana' Thomas arf me MOST F1 IRTATIOLS BILLLE AND BEAU CATH1 mm PosT Pow 1 LR Lou Buaucc 0 Nun adnznulqlr' zouzpanzou sb: amz' u bolrsomr' goof fum: logdb fr Cullnrzm and I-011 lm an Nu ldva B1 Lu AN: B1 AL 56 1' - -Y Av- ' :A - -,-,- 7.-f -5, - M, 1-. ,.,., M ' 0 D 4 . 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Nhry Hall 'WRC Hamnlwn Parry Hxmmond frank Hxrdwmk un tkh R ,SL II mlm IVLS L I1 1 u lk YH H 1 ILM, lb lnsun Ilwgrng ll b Aaron l Hup.,ln B aw ugll ulrl Humplmrny B1 x Humplxray Dudlu Hunnx un C 1 r Lx lml n lgllk Jumor Class 64 I ' , -I CI " , . '- CI " , Ci - , jaw CI '-, . '. ' 5 l':', il-.lu 1 j . J i . .J i 5 -1' C I: if '- . , ' 1: .I . , I: . ' ' .. Q- . J Q '.'. , . I. lid ' c , 1 'MSD H. ' Pal H," , jam H.y-, juyuc H"ln, jul il , m., ,y Hincs, B.r .Hll H' , .. '- ' nb C, Hullmn i, lliylxy ' -C, Ubl H g C-N, li- 'rua 'l1l. 'c .I .1 llw lx - , 1 'ly Lmkw , 5- l' ull ur Lmll Smut umnmn w. mu XX: ur urdm Lan I S lhxruum lx nmdx Ihru IXLFIHOII X11 I ru lurr lmnl wx lung., lhrlnrl lung, 4 1 I lung, Duns lxxnl., Ixmg., Igrm lung., Xllfglk Ixmmlu Sunxx urnq,,u Iwrumu lxrogkmm um ixurln Nmu an Bun I u Ianv. I du an Lr C L 13 amgr Rgba arkms Ilunald arkxns juamta arson Pgggw I assnur Sarah aSurv. nmmx LC NJUIIII umr I udxs uundn Alma uns Yung ung,xtnn Wars Sum 0 V xl! :rd lint-V xlarlx Ixnrlvu XL lUp,llUl1 Fu s X R funn nn X L Lmun Nanmtu XlQI'l1Lrwl1 Xluduu NIJ dmc XX 1l Au Niannxnl, Irma Nlau tslny u Xmn Nllllcr Ilonnu Nlxllgr N1arg.,aru 'vlllllnor Bull' Nhlton X lfblt. Vlunr Robgrt Nhrur u.mnL Nhrrlu XUINLN X Lrrnrt Rmg .um XIUUTL R lbarl Xluurg Xnmn Ruth Xluun Rui 1 Nluon Rubx Xlurpln Iunm X urmk llulnr Nqnu Cmlxm Xu Bum Xnxlurlx Hum Junior Class 65 ,lar ' . Ll. lc- .l' " ,f ' h ,I I . I4 ' 'lm -, "lb I1 . , j- R-ll", ' I 'C ' ,X ' V V , . 'll I '- , l - l ' H lulg H ', ,Ink ' ' . , .I . L wbl, A- A I' 1.0 , ', id '- I. i- , Q-l' In '. ' , I, ' . L . ' . I, , - 1' In , .' ' I-.' . ' A ,ig In " , '- 'll l,i 'V ' , , 1 V gl I. ng, 1,1 , - '- ,I'iil. Y , llr' ,ITN I ', A .1'I.- I , .' - - I J I, itll H . - l ', j 1 - . A ' ' A, ' 'c A . ', 1 ' . A I I.. i ' A' -zlx ,I '- I 1, ' .v ,NIJ Pfewton, Norma O'Neal, ,lean Orrell, Bobby Overman, Nlargaret Padriek. Peggy Page, I-'arl Palmer, Shirley Palmeter, Quinton Pantagis, Lola Parker, ,Ioan Parker, xlulius Patterson, George Pearce, Ann Peterson, lfugene Peterson, Mona Pliillips, Florence Pliillips, l.oi9 Pieot, Rosalind Piner, Dot Pinner, Kennetli Piver, Betty Ann Player, Lloyce Poplin, Patricia Postina, Herman Porter, feanette Powell, Lawrence Preston, Helen Preston, Tommy Price, Rosa Lee Rabunsky, Bernard Reid, lflimbetli Rliodes. Ann Rliodes, Patsy' Rolwerxon, l,eo Robinson, Faye Robinson, Gene RKPbiIl51ll1, lll'lYYlN!Li Roelielle, Betty Rowan, Mary l lt-len Ruple, jackie Sandlin, Dan Seliley, Betty Selinit, Betty Ann Scliullten, Jimmy Scott, Katrine Seitter. David Sellari, Betty ,lane Sellerx, Betty ,lean Slaeplierd. Beatriee Sliaw, ,lulia Simmons, lnel Simmons, Wvalter Sniitli, Artliur Sniitli, Katliryn Sniitli, Reba Sneeden, liffie Sneetlen, lfaitli Sondernian, Carolyn Spillnian, Mildred Spivey, Mildred Smnlnrd Will: Llll 'Ill k K rum le Swan lln en Vkflfl llll Su ar! -mini I :lbb limmw l linni iwn Xl lrgaret Tliorp Pun I rourm U1 Huw ard X auglin l dn 1 X Lrlnl llwmas .ide Nlarw mv. albach Nhrw Nan allaee Cyeorgee alton Daphne armr I-ranklin atkins Berry Lan est Naney Vlliite Gladys wl1lIITl1I1 Ierrx illiamS Ann llllillni linux Ann ilnms inn ue illu ns u un nm 1 is l an it urs XY in A ible lnnii UU Klan Vs oodvw 1rd Billx opp I dn1 Y opp XX .xlzer ouni, He rbert Allen, Nlfilron Ax cr. , ' Bagwell, Dorothy Baldwin, Vfilliam Ci. Barnes, Herbert Bess cy, Roy Bcnnuu, Rex Blackman. Tlionias Bur aux, Cilyd' Bust, Nlxry Brumn, George Iluckley, lfranl-C C,anac.ly, Harris Cllindwick, Xvarrcn Lollins, Fay Cfonnell, 'lilmnias Junior Class Cooper Marcia Culvcrlmusc, Carl Dex ans, x Ames liwnrd, Adele lfarmw, Prank liruier, Boyce Gang, um lover, lrvi ' Ciurc, Annie e llrmr. Sli red irimxly, A .lmex Ciurgnniuus, ,Jne Guthrie, um Hales, Marian Hall, Nlalcolm Harrell, Delma Il umm W'b05l' Pzrlurrs Du Noi fl pl' r Hawkins Ifd Hewlett, Robert llines Ned Hines, K .NRCS llinsun, fam llurnu, Vfes ey Howard, Angela lluwmrd, K u iux Qusiicc. R 1 erz Lewis, KCIIHQII Inc amy, Cien- N ifilfll, Doris NlcC,,lell.znd, Roy McHenry, Robert McLean, George M.1r1ning,Pcgp:y' 67 Marlin Kennerli Xlntrlicws, Hilda Melvin, Daphne N lore, l,es 7 Nloss, Marvin Nivens, Llmr es Overmn, Rxynmnd Padgeu, Richard Imu . Slay "nu, Sv via l esmn, Clcci Rlmdes, Vfinifrul Roberts, Vivian Rm lu, Leon Rnnks, Willie Rouse, lu Shoaf. Patricia Simmons, uli.1 Smith, Iluyd Son cy. ,mlm Stupicnwn, George Srrmnwe, Hill Swarl, Robert T y ur, lage Tu1c1l:y, lhsid Tillman, jimmy H nl , An e Tysuri, Norman Xlilfiire, Tummy Yfillcins, Audrey Xyitlierxpiuin, Ricliard w'Yll.:lll, rlnmes Sophomore o Class I Gfficers President-Virginia Harris Vice-President-Julian Rogers Secretary-Treasurer-Barbara Woniblc SQDPHQMQDIRQIE CEEZAXSS Many rcsponsibilizics of the school were upon the shoulders of Sophomorcs this yur. ln the stora- ruom credits wont tu Maurice King, and in the library, to Charlene Siclbury, Edith Tlmmpson, Virginia Harris, and Pat Ifrycr. HANQDVERiii.i3E,NflQ5U Sophomore Class R vs ohnson Ahnn I1.u1.IoIJsIu Suu! Parrlxh Vat 1115 Sh1pn1an NILH1.nr1 Varnn Wornblg 11111 X111111111 C rv Norman Row Stunt basnuh. bnnn Hardm Walton Duaughn Watts 'Vhngum Rgmph lmory hnnx L11111, Row 3 BI:1I-11. Wahln R1ggs Walls lgwli S1dburx KIandcr Summu' Parka Dans ohnson H11Id1.r Idgg .11.Iu1111 Row 4 l1.vu1s Dnsuhamps T1.1.1, 'Nlurrow Strawn Ixafalas Cmddcll kno! Thompson Vbhnc Innls XIIYKIII Onrul Row 5 Loopur PIUILILI' AIIQI1 MLINLJI Iarr Ixannon IHIIDSITD Shephard Iryar Paturm N1 run NXI1 1 NI.uNI1II11n 1111 urphx R111111 rg L11 1 11111111 LML1111 1111rg 1 111s V11 I 11111s 111 Mm 1 11 s 1 rm r .znnux n1111111 11 I hm un IIr1n1L D1 s Row 1 .111 gs 1 11 grx 111 rum mu Iirx 1 1111 1 1 1 IIUI1 i xx 1 11 1 1 wa ur 1 s1n1,Lr SI1upp1r 69 - - A .. - 1 II 11 ' 1: -I , ' f, , ' , ' , U If , ' , . r ' " 1 " -, G1d ,I ' . , fI.1 ' ' 1: .. , ' , ', S , ' , " , " ' . 1 - ' Q ', ' . '. .. 4 1 .7 i ' I ' , I I IIII' I - 1 1 t v 1 . . I 1 , ' I ' 1 I Row 1: I'I11v1crs. KI111'r1., S4I1cIIc, R.1df11r1I, IIEYFIIIC, I5r11wn, Sin111111ns, Hclluffy. 'I'.1lr, Snow, Burns OIdI1,1n1. R ' 1: NI 1 'I f, S' tt, Wfg. , N- ' , I'I11II1ps, NI ', St'pI1' , " II11 .1, C1ruc11, c.IL'IT'I1 1 , C' ru. I ' 3: C'r vcr , S1 nnu, CQ1111, CW1 I, 1111 pg' , HJ 'I , Guyu 1, I d "Ii, V'1II1.1111s, ' I-II, I ck. ' 4: S1r1'kI 1.I, RI111d' , Il1uks111, R 14- , ISI. 11, .-Xnd ' ', LI1 -, fam, P111 cr. Sn' I, P1111:r, i1r'u1, 'I .1111. I11 g: I II1x, H1II1x. Lappx. R 1.51, Y1111, II1, .XII J. XY'1II wks. KL-IIy. Ty' j' , ' . 1.I. Sophomore Class Rum iUY Rum Kun Rum n Sv 1rt Stugns kl 11111 rg 1. P11 ll11Ll'1LoL lullx XX .1rdL11 1. 11v11.r S 1LlLI'5 X 111 C 1 111111 vs Ls rm 11111 1 nl 11 1 lin or ll1u1l111r11L ups lx 111, T111 rr N11 u XY 1 11.1 ll p mrm 11 1 as uvin 1 mx C .1 1111 Brmn 1,llH1Lllb.lUl1l lopg ldulrnls xllflfl Nloury B 1r111Llx Pmrdmux llnrovin Rlw as Roggrx Nhrur liu11.r R111 mx ll gn Xl1.r1.1r Row Row Row Row Row lxirkham Nlmu Harnllson Pugh lurn RoQu1Suv.l C ark Daw. is Bradshaw Ausrm V 1ll1s W l11Lr.lw Hamilton lL11Ll1 ordan u5r11.L Nloun. Pow ell oms Saundui Clark lrlugknbu Loy I Alla! NY arnn Dribgrrs Grant Surlu Dans lung., Smpu Pow .ll Qarnu Hodgm Hood V ebsnr Ls one balls Ovun liles Brow n Nlu land lr 111s lung l nsun levi 19 Thompson 31. lcson Hicks arrell Buck Turnmr Harull V1 S1111 Slupp W hm Robbins lones L illilun Fox I Nl'1Cl'l Dans C unmrson Lon Hanghu Parmgr Ruark V 1.51 70 11111'i l 11 f Q .K 1: . 2 0' 4 "l Y ' li l..1 nl, f '. ,. "' , Sn nd, Bull. .', liut -ll,G.1rr-11, 1,1-lwr, .' ' 'lc, 7 H ' f'lt. l ' 1: Br " , ,111 ' , '1 Q.11111o1 , lir ' , lin 'l'., li ' .z, ll.lu, Uivinu, ll.1 'l'ft, Sn'1l, ' gl , . ' '. ' 1: C211 ', 'i Y, .iw , . 'l- , ".ll. Sl 'p , N11 -, ll lil llr ' , ll '. , Qlpl' . Row 4: lffird. Niclwls. Purry, Rising, Browning, Arthur, Pnclccr, Sl1CCLlCI1, Nlallwwx, Nlillis, ll.1cc, Harris. ' Q: 1 ' , . ' , l '. 'i '. . . ' '. . -, cl - . -1 ' . 1.l'. '6: ,. l-, ld-1. 11ld'. . 1 1 1' 1 ' I , AV A A 'lf " 'A ' fl" -k x Y ' '. i Fx, H' 1' ' fn' t ,' ' ' "' 'v ' ' ,ix ' ' - ' . 3: ' . ,' ., V t " v' ' .q ,. Q ' ,Ivy V ' v ' " . Y 1. ' ' ' ,, Q -' I Sophomore Class ..vv11 . 57' J Row Row Rom Row Row Floyd Sm1tl1SLhgnk Cudwln ohnson Shnppard ohnson Vbllllannun Rnblnson Vlllmrniun Pham Smggum Shxppman Farrow Brown Wnllnams Potnr Lanxcr Cook Dans Cmnt Lotus Parrov. Bradshaw Blanton Nlglton Craft Crawford Kung, Brut knrkham Lge Nlndlm Lnluns Presrorr umn Paturson limnlon Coln flnmmons Sluppgr Clark Sul-.la lung Strlglcland Ingram umn Tyson XlI'LLl'1 Pnsxon Wmrwxgk Con Imnnngton Brmklgy Cmnnbmn Wul Parnnr Pgnmngmn Radglxff R mu iam Rum Row Kms Row Nln un mnr lmrrow C Nl 'lar r Ugl Cuunu li Llur Nlgrrlrt liruu. Bughanun Tovunund Summgr In Wright V1 lams umsdgn Coodson Sandlm illuxus Run Lr liurlu Hu lunnrn Vvlurnun xg xv. s un Jn1 at n Nlun Car llgrrxnx., 4 Xgnurs Bans Iarson Ward Xauglxz Vulson Sc1ulr1 lx rr Xlmgdon Nlomtor L lu gs urn or an Har U. rms laudar l'Sruwn 6 Nlulzun Russ lumnn lhum Harnul Shupxng 71 5 fn- ll 'lf ,', N.3 '-,.l '. ' -J . n . .Z'.'l- '45' .K 'lx . '.1' . ", .Q .,' ."'- ,SZ ,.". :V ,'x.4 ".'jw, 'A,' .',' V . , I A ,, l-v- A I 4 Af' K 1 1 -. .. Q f , V X I 5 nn X V I 'Q . l ur xii' N va l 2 , L- ' v 5 . .6 L , 0' A Y 1 ' li . -l " , Sllm 5 ', .4 "l, ' boo gl. 1 "l, -' ' , ' ' 'l'. l ':: Bull. , 'All' ,l, -. i , L ' , l I' , 'lux c '. "A . ' 3: I,ilcs, Newton, XVrighr, Spiwy, Lu", l'1lcll, 4.4 L-- .Cf b, l- u , .' 'f , l k. - ' V I ,I I' v I v ,, ' , I' 'nl ',C' 'Y .dl Y V H.nrr-ll, L1--u, syk-, H -1, xl d , dn. G , , V 1. V, Freshman Class Cfficers President-Edgar Fisher Vice-Prcsidcnt-jimmy Council Secretary-Diane Snakcnburg FRESEIMAN GRASS Freshman Sandra Creech puts .un .zrt class zrnlhc cup to good use in W'inrcr Park. A1 the school irsulf, J future student, ltlcnmmr Brown, is .lttraclud by the life-sin Santa made by Studcntx. ln all zxspccts nf sclmul life, lfrcslmmcn playcd an lmpurtnnt rulu. HANilDVE EANflQ5U Freshman Class Row Row Ram Rum Run M111 'l Sy L9 W1n1.ll1n111 Sn11tl1 Lalng, Block xlLKLl1IlL ll11c11 R1n11bJrlc llruvsn Broun Dans Phumk Taylor Nusmn Bullard Aluxandgr Phelps hshgr LLbLr111ar1 l'f1rd llinun Hardn. brows Hgnrx Summgrsu Nlalpass cl'LLLl1 Northrop Long, C1r.1l1:1m Culg lux Nglson Xx3l'SKlLk lnglmh ausr Crsmlu 11111, O Ju. lnru. Carnu Sh rmnn Tunm ish: gn H11 1s 1 Kna, C W Lx Sllllfll mpg l"nnnv.Lt Nl Ilmull llwu XII Plnr M ur1 Bmlq llram.l1 llnms ll11ust11n V1ll1a1'nwn R1u11b:11'lQ Fnrlnson 'xI'll1Ll" Carur ll1ll1urn Sn11tl1 Run llrmvs K 111 I i xx 1 L In 1 11s lin 1 Sluv. lFrJ1sur C ampos R1cl1:1rCli C 1 mn l'1 nr s L rs un 11 lu un X11-.un 1rn111p.,1an1 mr Nluru xull 'Nm mmr .1111-1 -mu lxuur not S 1ppv.r V nm 1 N11 nur m r 1111 rm rlgr s as .urn frm! .1 mm 1 S L ar r luru. 73 . Q . -- - ' 1 - - .1 l ,.. V Y L1 ! 1 45 l l . V Y 5 x I 'W . , 4 4 3 it iii' A . 5 1 1:.'lc',, " ,1', ", ',.' "az, , ', ', ", 2: V v 1., ' V . .v ' " .V '.. 'Q V - ,ry , ,iz . .'A v l.,s'A' V ,v -, y j .V v " -- ' 4: St , f ' -", l. ', 'I V' f '-', : , A ' , . ' 'bb' , ll' , ju-'. ' 5: i j, iro 1 ' , H 1, ' - . c " , .' Hllg , , .f ls 'va ,mb E Y as -nn ., ' I ,x M! I l ., 1 1 s ' 1: R.:kl'y. lust"-, c,l1lIl' . '1l., ', ' ' -, l , ' , Ib , "al '. ' 1: lllcr , llu'k, lfhlc , I, g, N rrix, l l ' , "l , B' 1' 'l . Pi -, , - '. V1--11. l ' 2: Ckald " . LY." l. I" ', .-'ul , sl -. '- -, S -, kl -, H ' 'l,. 'l . R- 4: llrmt -, L1 1 d , CJ ll, C .1 -, l.I!1lCl'. Xi'1lll.1111 , l'l1illi1 , I' "lc. 5 , Bl lu. l ,1 ' gc l,cv1'c1I. C" rgc, ll rrmg. Nlcrritt. C .1r'l. l3L:1'I11'1. l1'p Ll. fu 111, 3 It-wus I' 11.-fl. Freshman Class Row Row Row Row Cayton Cook Atkinson ohnson Guld Holt Johnson Cash Burris Nethercutt Powell Dixon Parsley Cooper Strong Shearon Reaus Pate Newton Burnett Hmson Shepard Tillett Smith Cannon Register Von der Leith Wingzird johnson Taylor Bryan Halas an-nuns R ow Row R ow R ow R ow Row Row 7 41 : Ramsey Sranle lfdwardi Merritt, Skipper, Sidbury Miner, Crosslwlf, Bertson, Xlfilkins. : Toler, lizzcll, Currin, Rhodes Arnold, Braswell Nlcliny Barnes Bland Swan. : Vfells, Mary Vfellx, Dallie Wvelli, Bmrnhill, Arnold I-l-Wert. Priclgen, Register, klenkinw, Nl.lFll,l'LlI!1. : Peterson zmilti, Putter, Pothrock, Nlortzin, Morgan Prim, Ammnns, Smith, Burke Sebr-ll. :Chenworth W'oud Robbini Gainer Dellon Farrow Hutclienwn Moore liner Martin. : Brown Harris. 1 Smith, Keever, nhnson, Simpson, Shelton, Gallup Bmrkshirf, Nl'lln, Tyler, Mathews olly. 74 0 rn!-c Row Row Row Row Row Row Row Row Row Row Row Row Freshman Class 351-T! Row Run Row Rovn Row Webb Bell Brown Stewart Summer Hurst Otrtel Clark Black Lee Waclley Brnclcle 'Wooten Stlen Wnllnams Carter Cantwell Smxth O7ment Shelley Nlurray Cagle Bachman Dew M1nt7 Wxlkxns Lewenburg Dans Ottaway Sanderson Allen Vxnes Loughlm Cawanaubh Boado Wxllxams Ward Parker Potter Moore Strxckland Dagenhart Chapman Ioftnn Dusenbury Pollard Pope R XXX R wx Mm X VKX lxuu l xxx l lllk N U Llfl IX kXNL.l13Lll' H8011 LFS 'I I1 Il'l'xll1S lllfkkll u tt Nunn 1xxu11 lgl lm r xne vs urns 1st tt D1 s etelx C 1 111s 1 L1 uns mu e.nt111 run s ur1.,1n1r1us mu s 1r etttr Immx .1 Burton llamxlnn lnsltr Deans Slupptr Nlelum er lurur Brut we WIIILFSPOOII R dlern llmtltr t s XX r ws u xr u 1 .1 s 11 lwssun lltlut liu IH urs Creeey ws an r ,nu e ar tx r irre ltr 76 Freshman Class Row Row Row Row Row Row Butltr Sanders Smart Watters Nloore Nlaxrolas Slupper Loflm Tnlden Bass Stokley Rlttenberry Buxs Prndgen Conner Vfnnner Fulton Doolu Levnxs Walton Turner Watluns Spnev Gnbbs Garnet Rusher Snaltenburg Smnthvuclt Nlelton Xalllanos Burkumer Butters Smxth Watts Stanley Taylor Gardner Gaskens Hollldaw Hodges Land Brasvuell Ovens Cltmmons Anderson Blake Fowler I'llns Brown ohnson Blanton Olcphant jackson Blanton Gnorgv. Prldgen Hughes Nlewman Goodson Brock Long Kung Padrnch N1cDongald Breen ,JH Row Rom Row Ross Row Row Row :mt Carras Cguu Cox Bardtn Ruth XY: mmson Ninn on B at lutth ur tnson nrt tt Box Iasslter WAI ms Nla pass Wa r -X Vtn trx, Rogtrs Pont Ludlum Ncrton xr artstll WIS I. Xt Sm: oan one Ntltx Xlelxenlxe Samutls Crtgg Nlunrov. Rouse. Suarz Drum Xloort Pntkttt Vhm. Shtrron Pu ther Capps Sttvuart Qoptland Chadvuek Smart Taglntrx Sthvsartl lxnott Carttr ttfords Farrow Lroom Croom Hurst Raxnor Smith Hobbs Bender Norwood Broun Irlnberg Btnson hat Hobbs Kraus Nlartm 'sid umbtr Hall 71 om LMZTHWHTHIES 1 Student Government Clubs Sports R O T C Publlcatlons GLFE CLUB, 1910 GLEE CLUB, IQSO 9 9 Q o 4 o Q, 1 4 . ,mf 1 . ' N X sk X lf , 4 . v 4 , L a 1 Y l 1 x X f H 1 N . 1 'Af' X uf Student Government ' ' Executive Council CLINY XXIISON joux Femoxt I 1111 CRLUVHI Presxdent of Student Body Xlee Presxdent of Student Cluei 'Nlaralnl jo ANN XIALITSHX IJlfLLl0f of l'm1nee N111 T P Ilxcxxmw Body joux Sv.11x1 1 IDIFLLKUI' of Ileetmns Nl ss I1xx Txnox BlikX L,xNr lllreetur of Club Aetnltles Xlk o11xIul,Ns11L1ex News CJ1111111 Clerk ut lxeeutne Counexl lmlx Bkrxun Dnreetur of Sueml AkllNlllL9 ksl RRI Our Fxeeutuc COUHLII IS 1 strong, plllar m student goxcrnment netnltles The membex of the Exceutue C0une1l help to el1reet the schools x1r1ed 1et1x1t1es md set up 1 leglslltlxe pol1ey for the sehool These e1ght students ire ldused bs empmble members of the fltLlltX XX 1tl1 tlub L,LllCllIlLL mel tl1e11 own elelr mmels the Ixeeutne C Ollllell el1reets our sehool s 1 IIYIIILS 80 " . .' .' ' 55 . ' 'R " 1'.' 1 ' . ' ' 1' ' 1' ' ' ' .' .' .. . . . . . 1 . .1 ' 1 .-I .' . ' ' Nl . "Sl'llI ID C11-Advisorflegixlaturc Cin-Advisemrglegiwlnturc lrihfkllly Sneinl Advisor I:.lCLllly judicial Advisor 4-,- ' v 5 1 , ' , ' K- 1 K V , - ' 1' 'V' , , 1-15 A . ' , , .' , ' , . ' . ' , . ' .' ' , . , . . 3 ' . ' ve . ' ' I ' ' x 14 - 1 2 1 'l ' i Y ' 1 I l ' I 1 ' ' VV' U - I - I 1 v I 1 1 ' v i -h I v - 1 - ye e xy A , t , , ,L t' . . . A N K t kt- Legislature This year the Student Legislature was more active in school life than ever before The group composed of a representative from each homeroom and headed by student body President Clint Wilson met every Thursday in Room 311 to carry on their duties as the law makers of New Hanover High Many outstanding projects were carried through this year A successful dance was group of benches were placed around the campus for the benefit of all students Th legislature sold name on stationery before the Christmas holidays One of the most outstanding projects was that of familiarizing the students and the faculty with the work of the legislature Each homeroom representative took 1 member of his homeroom as a guest every Thursday, and a different faculty member w ms invited each week The Legislature held a meeting during a double assembly attended by the whole school February 7 8 The revision of the Constitution w1s also begun this year Row 1: Patty Moore Marcia Dukes, Mr. Brown fAdvisorj, Sonny Furlong, Roger Dukes, Gene Bane Shirly Ritter, Owen Besselieu, Bobby Ozment, Diane Snakenburg, Gene Robins, Rose Marie Pargete-'. Row 2: jimmy Fountain, Susan Wlalker, joAnne Schell, Clint Wilson, Barbara Womble, Eva Kefalas, Virgie Melton, Fowler Low, Anne Frady. Row 3: Virginia Harris, Martha Smith, Doris Edwards, Becky Lane, Frances Bellamy, Doris Garner, joan Davis, George Patterson, jimmy Tabb, Farl Grow, julian Rogers, jean Buis. Row 4: joyce Hayes, Bird Grant, Eugene Hicks, john Sweeney, johnny Bremer, Edgar Fisher, Tommv Piners, Farrel Teague, joe Norwood. 81 E Ty O' A ill sponsored early this year, and the proceeds were used for the legislature's work. A Student Court Judges tattd Cnnmrgt Pltttrson Xllfglfgl Cruvxv. C lllllll non u1111111t ntuttr 1 111 mg., xrl ir OLLlS1OHlllX some student IS 2L1lltX of 1 m1nor offense It IS tht dutx of tht Student Court udgts to htlr hls else After vstlghnnv the uldtnet the udges senttnee the gulltw PIFIX 1 eordmglx Thtst Iudges form 1 xtrx 1mportant plrt of our lLQlSl1tlXt bodx Judlclal Marshals P' st vs t r11,1t X1r1,1111,1 Harris M.1r1,arv.t C rout S1r.1l1 Iasslter lex,1.,x lllll Ann lrads Nlartartt Il1o1111so11 Nxnu Cyrxrhth tonal mu l tt t 1 .1 nm Cunt XX1t1trspno11 I 1111111 xxlllllbl. ftorgt Patttrsor1 Ixmmx ln3,r n1 Our school IS Composed of eooperatnt students but m order to mike surt that there IS no unneetssarw eonfusnon or dlsorder vue haw 1 force of xery competent jLlCl1Cl3l marshals These must mamtam 1 hxgh seholastxt ratxng and .1 hlgh prnncxple of C1t1zensh1p, and may come from enther the Freshmln, Sophomore Iumor, or Semor Class It IS then' dun to keep order ln the halls md to see that the traffic sxgnals are obeyed go S" ' : W' jf . '. , . . ja ' i il" ITA' , 'lv " l..1 '. ', ,lean Huis. SI. J' Y: lil low. l f 3 2 C f v 1 ,Q l 4 ll l. l In 1 , ! 1 vu: l 1 lrir roylcft 11 VI 2 7' ' ', A' ' Q .' ', Ljj" ', 5 ' ' H .. , V W , , . Set rs. '. C- mm rlglt: l' rl C ', 3' ml' , Hu 1' V' lg Q' j' ' 1' '.1 . 1 IQSU :HAM GWB Homeroom Chairmen us -n a-nn .. oo on Row 1 Davxd Pace Davld Lieberman Bruce Ludlum Bully Land Barbara Redfearn Sam Edwards Row 3 Nancy Bennett Geraldma. Shipman 'Nancv Whnte Vary jane Wade Margaret Forms Duwal can Buck Row 4 Bull Blackburn Levus Frost Allan Hardm Gertne Nlvers The Homeroom Chanrmen were another lmk nn student overnment The worked g Y on problems concermng the homeroom, took orders for callxng cards, and added to the efhcxent functnonmg of the student government 83 I "" 'f Q' .ft Q , ,AV - -1- , .. . ..., r V : . ! I ' 1 1 I Y 1 ' Row zz Herman Postma, George Patterson, Hilda Merritt, jean Jones, Gloria Johnson, Betty Carol Coit. . ' ' . ' ' 'V ' . ' . , 1 V ' A v U A , Y A Y A , 7 : 4 H Y' Y 4 0 I A , ' New Hanover Chapter of the atlonal Honor Society I ouw Swllxnv SCOTT STRIQRI xxn N1lre1u1BoxxIN Future C ornuum, Nfxxm QRIIIITH u Ir Presndent X nee Presldent Qorrespondmg, Recordmg, Seeretars Treasurer lost C raduate Seereznrx A stlllness fell oxer the iudxtornum famtlw but elelrlx eould be helrd the xolees of meels As the eurtuns opened the NOILLS fldeel Ukly 1nd we beheld the mxstne Court of ldelllsm lour extllens who represented Lhlrleter letelershnp SLl'l0llY'Sl1lp md Serxlee explnned these qulhtles lfter xxhleh the e1t1Lens of lelelhsm beam ttppmg, new members for the 'Nltlonml Hon mr Soexetx After Illxlflg the olth mel smgnxne thenr sehool lHOX'LlS memberslnp ln the lXll'l0l1ll Honor Soexetx INDUHION CPRPVIONX 1949 1950 eelmp, l elwm o burg., N nu cflllllli lrle on lupene Hue s Seott Strle an ee 'me Iva lee AILIIUIS Annie laura Brown fxrst row Xlattne ohnson Aletta Cloxer Xmta Anderson Hampton Sewell lrrnnees Baker Carolyn lung., Alxee Bullard Pat We-edon lertne B Nhers llame Smx h oyee Rogers Randolvn Grant Vallle Rue Kung Mars Wright Budd Vulson Idalee Fllxs Nfarw Loulse Stew art Seeon ron Lint Vhxson Catmerme Post Nanex Povxe ean L ure omnnx Bremer Ale 1 ohn Sweenex 'Ihomas Lulbreth Cene Vntherspoon Rodnex Walters Stxndxny., ln emblem xllflifll Bowen 84 O Q 5' A l ' J Ili N r A ffm! . I V ,S-zz 1 Q I Q , " .- . 'fu . ' " 3 ' '..' ' ' - ln,,11 iI.I,IS 1' e 'A--v 5' . ' 1 ' y . V y x my u Iv - K- m 3 3 1 A Ky- J. K , - L' X - . x s 1 's, 'l , A rg V: A 'e , 1 If: '- , '. . 5 " S, ' ' '. ' ' i 1 L' ' , .H ', ' , ' 4 J h , names to the roll, the new members lmd at last achieved one of the highest honors our Kn'-' ': iv "I G ld ', fa Q ' ' , M4 '- C "I, 5 " - "le , , 'lel d, B-'ky I.. -, " 1' '- ' " s ' Q. '. I A I. ' i ' , 'I 1 J . V 1 ' , -' d 'z 'l' 'Nl . l 4 ' , .' V-Il. 'I' .sh 'h. ,I l 4 - X , . -l Sw.rt1, AN IX XNIHIRSUN IRANCIS ISXRIR IOIINNX BRI NIIR -XNNII I XLRX ISR Xb. IX N LI RII CC X IHOXI XS C LI BRI III C IOX R-XNIJOIXN CRXNI I IOHNSON III! II R IXINK RIFBICC XI NY LIRTII XIHERS IXA III NICH LS C IXIIIIRINE POST NANC X PON! ELL ,IOXC I ROGILRS HIXNIPTON SPV PLL IIAINP SNIITH NIAXRX IOLISI STPVARI' NIHXIN SCHXE ARTZ RODNI X X1 -XLTERS P-XIRICIA XXHPDON BUDD VIISON CIIN I' XXIISON PL'C1I'NI XLITHIRSPOON XI XRX XE RIGHT ' L 0 "N ,mer :su RID glmy an 'mu xm I gn'uI .Xl I-"1l'1'A.X Q I 'I-.R xii-xi"1'11", A I' 1-tum xr Aus cgIx1w1.X'x KING X'.,XI.I. I UE . 1 Q 1, ,xy ' .' I: 0, Tri-Hi-Y and Hi-Y Organizations The Girls' Tri-Hi-Y has been recently organized. The separate chapters for Fresh- men, Sophomores, juniors, and Seniors induct new members twice a year. The members strive to live up to the ideals of the club: clean speech, clean athletics, clean scholar- ship, and clean living. Many worthy projects are undertaken by the four chapters. The Boys' Hi-Y is one of the oldest Hi-Y organizations in the South. Boys are chosen as members of the club on the basis of their leadership, scholarship, and Christian character. Many interesting and beneficial programs are given at the weekly meetings. The ever popular minstrel is one of the major projects undertaken each year by th club Last year the minstrel was well received at Carolina Beach as well as in Wilmington All of these H1 Y organizations play an important role in the development of character in our school WILMINGTON BOYS HI Y I9 86 T i HAM QVEE 1R2.iiZ5l.3Ni2IQ5U -,-, A: nt' - nf ' Q- - v., -:Y -e. IQSU EH!-QLN QEWE 15223 lliffalmf Senior Boys' Hi-Y R vu 1 Ttd Wnllmms Hampton Sgwcll Randolph Lewis fformcr Presndtntj Altx Robbms Rudnty Walters Donald ackson ohn Brgmtr Dun Farrow Row Rxthard Ottaway Thomas Coungton Iohn Wood I-nd Holmu Fd Bullard Clifton Dxxon xmmy Nltdlm nmmy I-arrow Row 3 Don Taylor Clmt Whlson Inc 'vhlnor Dxgk Curbttt ohn Svutnu Thomas Culbrtth I'ug,Lne Huck: fPrts1dv.ntJ Semor Girls Trl Hr Y fl' Ii' Row I oxct Rogers Gtrtxt B Niytrs Nlnrlam Bowan Btttw urgensen Nanu Powell jun Churth Betkx Iam Row Nlarx Vrxght Betty Irxar Anita Andtrson ttormer Prtsxdentj tan Buns Hxlda Ambrosnana Galt Dorsu Harm Smith qPrts1dtntJ Loxs Barrow Nimam ohnson Q 0,: . 'f" ' . ' ' , A, v , 'v , ' , J .J . J' " 2 Z ' ' ' ' Q' A- v -. I ,',I .lu . ' .-,. 1 - A, Ill' I I Q 1 I- . Iv K' 1 If! A v V' 2 ff , . ,P ,ff f f , ,, Q y I A VI ' s. ' if 1 fl, ' I g, I I wi , ,. .. v ' 87 HEANCDVE :IQ5U Jumor Boys H1 Y Rm 1 ark Iranks uhn Blakg bmrge Paturson fP!'L9ldLI'lI, ohn Hxcks Ducky Holland Kynnulm Murphy Smnth null Ruu Nir Nlatrhevss qAdusorj Tummw Thompson Human Posrma :mms Schulken Rudds Cameron Bnllw 'Vlgblaughon Walter Yopp Rm , 1IIlW00d Robmson Bobbx Swart Puggna Pcurwn Dudlu Humphrex fommy Vonable Kenneth Pmngr Junior Girls Tn HI Y sa Rm 1 Harm.: Callup Hglrn Smart Barbara Baxlu Nano lxurka wanna Corba! oan Farrow Parry Hxll Sarah Iassnnr Rosalmd Pico! Row Sarah Dudlu Iulwn Bgrgnn Bun Ann Pxur our Hans Nlargaru Crowu Hull Bonham Nlarw Yan Valbagla Nllldred Splllman Imxlx Baugom Ann Fradw Bird Grant Row A Margaret Thomason Xian Yxahcr 88 1 , 1 ' Y Ng 4,Zj.: ,J .", , .j,,j "' 'Vl3- -A ' " - ,' , ' v,l- ,' w ,' Q 1 1 Q 1 1 l .5 i ! V , H Q . . I .Y Q , . , IQSU HANQEVETQ fx R vs larrnl T4..15,uL Clnrlgs Hollis Donald C udvsm Rnlxard Rup,1.rs ll"ru1dv.nKl B111 Cuims Nlltclm ll lnklni Rum Ig 4 Ilnnmnbnum Al bumb llmd Daud Pau lilly lapl. Claud lhrd Ru llardx 1n.x'd lnlor Cwrgg Clmdwuk CAdusorj Sophomore Girls HI Y Row 1 Tlulmn Barglxtr fPres1denLJ Piggy Warren Nancx lxnox Gvxn Hanson Row Nancy Lulu Irxa hefalas Barbara llarclnr has bodvum Nluss Imma Nlxzchgll Ckdusorl Shnrlg Councnl Anm Drum. Row 1 Anna Nongannon Xlxgkes Hauhcock Geralclxm Slupman lgmxlx lxnox Allan Hardm Prancns BJ lamx Ther: Strawn Nancw Smad llnlm Snplnns Pq,gw Land Nlarx Lounsg Sxmmuns Duro Gnllxken Numan Tallx 89 - Q A y 1 ' 1 v., N u'x:3 ' 2 5 ", " " ,' ' ,.".': ,l' ' - '22 Li' ' , N ,-luv 1 'I ", l ' l ', i f. , '. Row 5: xlimmic lngrnm, Billy WTSI, Tommy Clcmmcns, klimmic Crawford, Cliff Clark, Sam Nhcfaydcn, IL V. Q- h j 'N . 1 Q r HAM CDVE 1',R2llJ4ai,lM: IQSU . K4 ?"l' ,, ,v,., A ,Ww-sw: Row ackxc Crnxg fPI'CSldCl'1IJ Nhlwood Ramcs Edgar Fnshmr Georgn Lv.w Row A N1 Connor oc Norwood Carl Sandgrs xmmy Dans Eddu Chadwuck Bully Ixraus Freshman Girls HI Y 1 -,on Russ udy Nhpass Lan IISIILI' Saram umsun .1 at Nhxu Ilan Nhlxm Lgulu Bluk oan Punk u brnltlnugk Carulxn Sxmpsun 'Xian Cola Anng Slnllun Nhvllx Xdami Augusta Nlnmrv. Dum Snakgnburg, kpK'l.SldLl'lIJ Cnlnrnna. Xun dur Iuth Sara Ann Phdpa Bury Wood 90 ' 4 2" Y ' A 1 - wi dLd' d' ' f, x Aww" , K ,,:J' ' ' 'A., ',' ',, ..iS' 1 y 1 ,,, W Y N Ruw I: joan Loflin, Iflsiu Mcliuc, l.udic M.ull1cws, Suu lidwnrdx, Faye Dfw, Mary Ann Divine, Sylvu WPI . 'zcj '. 1 lj! ,jnx . "Q, 'Q ' ' ' i 1, ' A I. L .v . L' . ' A -V A, ' Y b .' ', . Music ln New Hanover Hugh School Our Band Tlfe vnllngncss of our band ta help on all occasnons has made lf a fmc example of our school sp1r1t It hls represented us at football games nn th Azalea Iestn al parades m the observance of Ar m1st1ce Day and on many other occasions What student can forget the thrnllmg performance g1ven by the band at half txme durmg the football games? The band ranked wlth the best of the hxgh school musr cal groups ln No tm Carollna One of the oldest organnzauons ln N H H S nt contmues to uphold our hrgh standards It not only adds color and excntement to our school s lxfe but also offers a good musncal tram n to Interested students Our Glee Club The Glee Club IS known and appreclated by every New Hanover student The 1950 club und r the gemal dlrectxon of Mr Sam Taylor has b en one of the best yet An outstandmg program featurmg trad1t1onal Thanksgxvmg mus1c as well as many appealmg popular songs was enjoyed by the students prevxous to the holxdays The Chrlstmas productlon of the cantata Why the Chnmes Rang IS becom mg a school trad1t1on and was most IITIPFCSSIXC th1s year In the sprang the Cllbert and Sulllvan operetta The M1kado ran for three performances msttad of the u ual two Th1s major endeavor of the flee Club was certalnly an outstandmg success In addntnon the club sang for CIVIC clubs elementary schools and the commencement exerclses as well as partlcnpat mg nn the Azalea Festlval A sprmg and Easter cone rt were added to the program of the Choral Group and the Clee Club xtself added an outstmdnng featu e by organnzlng for the fxrst tnme a much appre clated Barber Shop Style boys quartettc OLR BAND IN ITS STAGI SETTING 91 o 0 ,' '. , s . . ' ' ' , U . . . 9 c ' ' . 1 , ' ,J T ' Y ' , - , . . K , .. , . . Y . . . . . , . . . . x . . .- t . Y . 'A' . . . . . . K . A . . . . ., . . , . . 7 . K . . . , 1 U . O . , . . A . , c f- ar . , - . , 9 . . . . ,Q . ,, . - s K1 " r ' ' r l c - - - Q1 - su I . - I a 3 a 9 S . 1 ' . , . . 5 i . . . - 9 -v 9 s . . . . 0 . c , . I , x V Y . . . . - ' c A c -, u- X u an n , y V , : Y v HANQDVE Ei3S,NEIQ5U 'W 'wiv R vw 1 Burt luyxs Nlarhartt Xlnlhs out Hoour Tommy Llrmmons Clydt Bordtaux Vfarrtn Chadwntlt Ray lnrrman Chrmnnf. Bormmxn lay Bunk Bury atkxon lulaxla Htvutt lxathtrxno. Roust Row 3 Bgytrly Sumngr ann. Ann Cannon Latlurxnt Non der luth Qllbrarxanj lora Carroll Rarlul Nlorrxs Nathan Byrd Dtrvnood Flowtrs Ronald Hanly Bttty Ann Pntr qlxbrarxanj Brtty Brncklg Row 4 Dorothy Bagvntll Betsy Hurst Fan Smnth Ruthard Lrvus Charles jarrrll gDrum Nlzqorj ack Craxg ohn Brxndtll ohn 'ylartxn I. G Harrns Bobby Hhs Row 5 Daphne Lewxs lloyd bum Hugh Sandtrson Robmrt I-llrs Frtd Holmu QStudo.nt Director! amcs Rnct hmerson Head Bobby Hughes Charles Snnpts Allyn Nloort Harold Olsen Row 6 Wax Newbcr QProperry Otlrttrl Norman Tyson 4Ptrsonnv.l Offnctrj Prank Hammond 4Nlar agtrj Lharlts Starms Charlts Holhs Grorbt Cam Vnllnam Banmrman uhus Parker john Dncksm rt lk lly 92 l 3 -F n,-,,., ' 1 t " s A lm 1 ' ' ' A " 1 I 5 'A ff v I ,V .-- y y . y 3 gow, r A l F' V 't,,. 1 . l 5 l l S' u- V s 1 -rx V 0. I Ti. -.r,A , , -' jj., I. i, .h ty, . I' " . Z ,'. ' v ,' ' T ' ' . r A ' f I. - ' x . J . . ' Row 1: Peggy' Larson, Bcity' Ray' Shcphurd, Robert Cole, Ray' Buck, I-llliot Smith, Leroy' King fllistoriani, . 2 . -, , , ' J '. ' ' ', . ' , f I' ' i I Q i . . . ' , 'I A - , j . ' , . . ' , ' 1 . . ' ' ,. K .' I , -.' . ,, "V ', . 'J ' v ' M' F -d W: '. jr. IQSU EHAN QYQFE lR3.lJaX,N Glee Club At piano Nanu Gallop Row 1 am Blll Bun Lzm Sullars Robgrl Nlugr Cllfton Dxxon Clmt Vmlson Hgrbgrt Barnes Vlarx Haln Barbara Bzulu Lula Pantagxs Vlr Taylor fD1nctorJ Row Ann Lunston Hnlun Pruston Bern CIM Xermll Lgvus Dons Sgou C rant Armstrong Thomas Blankham Betty Parkv. Phyllms Boslu Row Nancx VLSI Naomn Leg Betty lurr Smnrh null Sonnx ur3,Lnsv.n Bull Rhoda Tomms Rum 4 Ross Vlaplgs H1 da Nlatluvns Pal lrxar Anmgbyl Corn. Charlu Hunnxcutx lmn Holdan P1 Crawford loscv. Cmrv. Anm Duran: Nlarlon Sloan Nllfbutfllk Todd lPrLs1du1tj R vu g lmma Naubhn mu. Rug.,Lrs mmm C .xrrut Sarah Dudlu Ann Vlnulgr Barbara laxrrovn louis ILll1kl' Cnorp. lap Nlurrns Harnfoot Don Coleman Annu. Rhodns Iorutv. llorm. Pa! Haulu 93 I J , , v , 1.1. , w . A ' ' ' m ' v , . ,q l 1, f :Z v . , , v 1, , ..v 1 , , r . ' . 1 5 ' '32 -' ,' , ' l H ,' " . ' kl"'. jj " '. l Y, ,' Butters, Vfalrer Yopp, Elaine Smith, Marie Covil. . 1 A ,' '1 A ,M :J v '.. Q .v 4 . 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V pn-4 Dramatlcs Club Row 1 Beth Whltc Barbara Bragg lmmy Gallagher Robert Craft Shirley o Keaver Gene Bane Marcia D ltes Roger Dukes Wlllxam Phelps ohanne McKee Jeanne Fisher Vlargaret Nlmcr Row z Gtrtne B Myers Becky Lane Cecxlna Black Ruth Shaw Nant: Ball Nancy West Mnke Hall Carl Sanders ean ones JoAnn Stevs art Maxle Svs art Mary Sut Pulcher Rubv West lamt McVey Patsy Poole Row 3 La Vxece Moore Lucille Barden Margaret Clarke Patsy Yarborough Clorna Tucker Dorothy ean Harrlson Sara Fyans Hnlda Ambrosxano loan Pnerce Diana Snaktnburg Amta Anderson Sara Ann Phelps Charlotte ones janet Simpson Row 4 jean Church Wllbur ones Bobby Tate Ray Putman Sam McMillan Betty Cox Ann Iassnter oan MCKLl"l7lC Phyllns Moreldth Sara johnson Joyce Hayes Janice Edwards o Ann Watts Row 5 Berne Lewis o Ellen Brown Nnrgmna Vtnters Charles Bordeaux nmmy Fountam Mass Robbins Hcnrxctta Hughes Mr Fmch xmmy Tabb Durxng the last few years, and partncularly thxs year, the Dramatncs Club has be come one of the largest and most progressnve clubs nn the school For the flrst tnme an honorary Black Maskers Socnety was establnshed Those members whose achievements had been outstandmg were mtroduced unto the new socnety at a candlelight seruce Thus year s Dramatxcs Club has upheld a line record by havnng mterestmg produc tnons Student dxrected plays, carrned on wnthm the club, were a source of great enjoy ment to the members Among the plays put on for the student body and the publ1c m general, N0 Couni Boy was one of the most successful Under the gundance of nts ever workmg sponsors, Mxss Grace Robbms and Mr Alton Fmch, the 1950 Dramatncs Club was one of whnch we are justly proud On the followxng page ns a pncture of Dramatxcs Club actnvntnes 94 , V ,hx Z v ' . , I . 'v 'J' , V y ' J A' , y - wil .ll v l l v A ll v l I1 -l . ssl ' , ' lj" ' .'k ' , ' ': , ' J , , ' , ' , ' , , ' , J . , ' ' I V .iz ,J D' ' , .' ,-l' . if O Ay E lQ5U H A N QD V 153 1.53 ll is ll . I i IQSU EHZQLN QDQfE1,RlllJaX,IQE "No 'Count Boy" On Aprll the eluenth and twelfth a group of adw meed dramatlc students presented to the student bodx a plax N0 Count Bos by Paul Green The plat vxhleh depleted Southern 'Ntpgro llfe xx as reeentd ulth much Cl"lfhUSlJSl71 on behalf of the students The zdded to the perfeeuon of tht play There were moments of hlllrxous laughter to ae eompam those moments of nclr ILIFS The east was composed of Harrxss Kxng Barbara Bragg Gene Bane and Henrxetta Hughes A great deal of erednt should go to thtse people md to thelr d1rector Mrs Grace James for thls outstandxng performance 95 ' , Y , ,Q - , ' V - v "' V , Y ,, Y f T Y Y - .' 1 1 7 L 4' 1 ' J, ' Vs y ' V. ' vs V' '. . , . Cast was superb, and the stage set was authentic. The Costumes, make-up, and dialect l k V 5 '- . I K 1 V v N 1 . 1 .. T I ' t l . , . . 9 x V ' Government Clubs Many of the Government classes were organized into clubs which proved to be of much worth to the students. During the semi-monthly meetings their programs were designed to create more interest in the study of government, to improve student rela- tionships, and to carry on projects not generally treated in their regular class. A more active interest in current affairs and a conscious effort to promote the democratic ideals of our nation were evident results of these clubs. One valuable project planned was a survev of New Hanover County to determine the extent of knovvledge of current events among the populace LeGrand Memorial Government Club Ixnteling 'Nlr olin Iounsburv R vv 1 Nlarty Millar am Btll Nltl Sehviartl Lharlts Laudill Nlargartt Oldtnbutttl lurl Crovx Rovx Ions Xl.lt.,l1UNOIl Citlitrint Vttks tanntttt favlor Btttv urttnson eralim Wilson Inrttta Horne llilabttli Hmnant Nlary Utftt llulst Soots Rhodes Rose ant Nltrritt Ruth Shavv Nancy Callop out Roptrs frank Iarrovu Ira Purifoy Rovv 4 William Phelps Dick Corbett Rodney Walttrv immy Scliulktn 'vlax Collit Don1ld Qonawav ostph Nlorlty lavvrtnet Alford Thomas Qulbrtth Thurston Watkins 96 ' V vi V V Y I Y I o ' 2. ' ' ,bl ' ' , i ' 'f ', R r i ' ,, j. ' ' ', f. 1 '. Row 3: lfdward Potter, Doris Edwardv, Dorothy Voss, Geraldine Prescott, Mary Glenn Manning, Patsy .' .J . I . ' ' K' ,v i t, 3 ' WI : : ,' ' ,- ' : 'A " ' . A' ' - ' l ' '. ' ' , . I 1 '-, i . R 1, 1 "1 '- YL1, X , . fufx -.al-'1,A,.,Ca 7 -4, ,, Better Crtrzens of Tomorrow ,tw A Lowe, 4. ,.ff?jj , 1... -if 7'2" 'ff'fZl'--- .V , L - 1 --.1.- 1 -larva- 44-A-v-v-lf-' i4f,.....l 4-.2 241-1.T4,-4, Agfa' 79+ l A ?f-.AJ A-fe. -ci' 1215-7 Q. 4444.114 49.1 Row 1 Aletta Glover crry Outlaws Fowler Low Roger Dukes Al Ray Barbara Bragg ff Row Nlamre Lee Councrl Ruth Burnett Balton Shaw Lathtrme Hunnsucker Barbara lf'-1.rctte Nlattxe "1"-1.4-, ohnson jean Buck Barbara Deans 'Norma Newton Row 3 George Page johnny Bremer tPres1dentJ Hugh Kmlaw Herman Summerlm Carolyn Payne 'NJ Nlaxxne Lollxt Bttty Parker Helen Preston Annette ohnson Herman Sanders Adnan Xtrlaal Gene Bullard 1n1m1 Whrte 'slr Lounsbury fAdNlS0!', We The Students 1v1 1 J t u11 tx u 11111 1 xtt 111 ar IFLSI tn nu out 1 1..1st 11. r Lounsburs fAd11111rJ Row 11tr111t R ss .1 xx an 111 nm ra 1 1111. 1 mms Bt tw Rotht Rusalxnd ll'11.ot Btttx lxtrr tsnt Nlat Tl111n1ps1m wt 1 1 11111 1 ur 1 11 1 111 1.11 Nlu litru lrtemln xv. 4 te 11 1111 x ore 111111 tx ,1 au Xareartt nu. 'xnne Benton Ju 5 1 eu 1 ts V11 1t 1111 u 11 1 lltwttl Fmlobx Orrtll llulmltl IJYYOW t lk A1 lt11.rs11n 97 , 1 .A 1 V., . ,v ,. ' N -1' I . - . A NA "1 ' 'V 1 ' . V J . ' 1 ' "' 1 , j 1' ' , . . ' ' . QQ 71 Y R1 ' : XX' l1'r ll I, lic! I' L11 l., l. Xl."- W" g d tl 'Il' lj, Na l' ull, Xl' ' ll"lt, Xl . 1 11 1111 -' - Ll ,' 111 dj 11 ,1-. .fx - 1f 1115, A1 - well' , -1 ,V - -ll, ' - , R1 ' 4: Dick l'l11t, A. T. Ha 'l111. Xl tlek ,I bus 1, tllf . rray, - 1' 5 -' . . R1 ' : Cllurles Niwn, Al-r R bb' . lt' lie N111 ', l'lli111 S ' l, Bet I' W' ll .1 A' - ,l1"", .- 1 ' R1 ' : Clmrlu N' 'b1ld, Peggy 11.113 in-nc "tl -rap ll, l l. l. ' " . ,' ' . ' '. BT I' ,Ic1 " ' . New Hanover Clones Club Row I Cstattdj tsslt Itarl Daughty Anne. DuRant tan Buns qllrtsrdtntj I'rancls I'redtrt Pat H1rr1 ubmn Row Xlarx Agnus 'Vlunrot Ins Ruth Ilsnt Peterson Louxst B Henghr Scott Strxcltland I l it Betts Drtun Barbara Iarrow Anna. W httltr Anne Foy Row 3 lstandmgj 'slr Iounsbury QAdusorJ B Crawford ohn Farnham Harold C, odson C,.xthtrm Bovstn Nltlton Stllnrs Pnscrlla Harrrss Snookxt Stone Louie Burnlt Bull Warrtn TIIKDITIIS COXlHj,I0l xmmx lung Iittty Ann Wlllnams Gale. Dorsty Bully Barbar Batty Loughlm Bobbx Iirunyts Nlatlt NIOSH I'r.1ntls Bland Taxidermy Club Table I oAnn Stewart Ifrnnets Btllamx Fdgar Fnshtr Daxxd Lubtrman Harold Laxng, Graham Berkheimer Table ot Norwood Rust Vlarn. Hatthtll Brett Vsche Sums Ixnovslts Nlarrxt lung, Xlrke Hall Standmg Nlrss Inlor Frantts Taxlor Human Postmm flxrtsldtntl Itrm Kmg, Ixtnmth Nntlwls In the Taxrdtrmy Club the members learn to mount blrds lnrmals .md other ts pts of vnld hfe Durmg the ye1r they collected specrmens for a museum m the school Thenr bn weekly mcetmgs were both prohtable 1nd enjox able M1ns students hate looked vuth mterest at the Tawudermy Club s l1fe hke mounted ammals nn therr shovs mst b the lnbrary entrance 98 I I . . 1. ,A . VJ. ' ,' . 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A. , . -. . . . 7 A A Y Llbrary Art, and Buble The Lxbrary Arts and Crafts and Blble Clubs plcturecl on th1s and the followmg page are three of the most popular clubs m our hngh school The Llbrary Club promotes mterest m readmg throughout the school and rs one of the largest clubs we have One of 1ts outstandxng projects thus year was a Christmas tea gnven for the faculty and home oom chairmen at whrch tnme a d1splay of the newest books was presented One table was made to appear as a football Held and the new sports books were clnsplayed ere Thls year wnth 1ts adusor Mxss Emma Lossen and 1ts efficlent ofhcers the Arts and Crafts Club dcfimtcly progressed nn 1ts endeavor to promote 1nterest nn art handr craft sketchnng and weavmg The club members drd a great deal of cartoonnng and pamtnng and very much enjoyed a sketchxng party of Greenfield Park Every member has thoroughly benefited by partrcrpatmg ln the clubs act1v1t1es thus year open to all students and meets every other Monday It achleves xts purpose to promot Chrxstxan ldeals and character by means of 1ts equally lI1SP1I'lflg and mformatnve pro grams and 1ts members wnll long remember thexr membershlp nn the Blble Club as one of thelr most rewardxng hrgh school expernence Arts and Crafts Club Row I Sue umlnan lmmy Gallagher Rovu 2 Nancn Ball Ann Bruct Dans Nlerrntt Nancy Bruce Hnlda Ambrosnano Llanm Smnth Mary Lounse Stewart QPresndentj Row 3 Beverly Sumner Martina Wldmark Bobby Craft Nlancy Kurka Rodney Walters Irene Emorv Bully Pape NTISS Lossen QAdusorJ Pat Kannon 99 0 O , . 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K, 81- . , .-X11 NYill .1111 X1 XY1 1 - . Diversified Occupations Trade and Industry The purpose of the Diversified Occupations Group is workers' efficiency and an e onomical and satisfactory approach toward their work This organization provides mitral employment under the guidance of the school guarantees emplovment rmmedi ately upon completion of high school provrdes a knowledge of the demands of a par ticular job develops acceptable business behavior, stimulates a sense of responsibility and aids ln overcommg shyness and lack of confidence EK? ated Norwood Skipper Qsears Roebuck 85 Cob Robert johnson fC0mmLfCl3l Photoengraving C01 Roy Wood f amts Book Storej Hugh Kmlavn fl-lanover Electrical Supply Cob Ray Brinson fGuytons Food Nlarkttj Davld Flowers fFull Standing Mr Stubblefield CAdvxsorj Dick Brown 1Sprmger Coal 85 Fuel O11 Col David Horne 1Rchdcrs Floristj Laurence. Alford fCarol1na Vlillworkj David Wells fCarolma Millwork, Walter Murphrce fWh1te Ice Cream and Milk C01 Flmor Farr CPAITICIB Ann Suptr Marketj O D Simmons QSpofford 'vlxllsj ot pictured jimmy Appltwhite QE S Pncr 8d Sonj Raymond Core fF1restom Stores D H Glisson fStars Roebuck 86 Coj Richard 'VlcCarn CYopp Funeral Homtj Q5U HANQDVET2 JK is 101 9 , ' , - y . . . r, E.. ' ' ' 'f l A A F172 i V F - SL' : A ' ' i - V ' I ' . , J ' knit Hosieryj, Rex Horrell fjames W'alker Memorial Hospitalj. N ' : ' , ' . I ',, y ' . . J, I I ' , , " c. A... v., H HANCKDVERiIElN2IQ5U Office Work This course is one of the most valuable in the high school curriculum. The students, after attending regular classes tt portion of the day, use the remainder of the time for on-the-job-training. In other words, each student holds u position with some business hrm with which he works under the beneheial supervision of the ClulJ's Coordinator, Mrs Bernice D Bjontiud As at result, those vtho complete this course quulifs for 1 desirable position Thoroughly trained D O graduates are in much demand One exent to whieh the group looks forvs ard was the Bosses Night B1nquet when the emplovers were guests of the students vthom they had helped to train Rim i Iltanor Herring, CC1rti,g, Brotlursj larline Rogtrs 1Sears Rotbutk 8. Lo J Citraldint Irtstott QSv.:xrs Rotbutlt 81 Cob Patritia C arroll Nlu s Auto Iarts C o Btrniet Potttr lThrit T Stortsl C l1ir Brounltt 1 r C lnmbtr of Commtrtej tu nh Clark llsait Bur Utfitt Uwris Idxvirds lOrrtll Rtaltx C ml i.,i.,s Xltndous QN H H S Of it Rom rs Syontrud lCoordlnltorJ ld tt lllls flsaat Bear Olfittl lttgx AnnCrimslu 1Stlrs Ruthun. ZS! Co louist :iundry and Dry Clumrsj tri int Vuison flnstruttioiml Supplies Dtpt J mt Wim Stirs Rotlvuelt St Lo ac. Vsillnms lllanty Chu roltt Cu Mary Agnes Monrot flittktr Buildini., and Supplx C rl llt t Struts CN H H S Offiet R wx 3 Vs ingatt Albtrti Strutt Nuns Bobby llrunjts Springer Fuel Oil Co llqxid Smith qfidt XX .xttr Power C.oj cnlfl Ytllars QSLFNILL Nuns Cu Not pitturtd Amin l1ur:i lirtmn New Hnnour County Rtgisttr of Dttdsj .1 t Albert: QN H H S Offitt Ntllit C'tm Smith qlndustrial Supplits Dtpt Bmrd of ldutation XILTIIOI' Cannady ll aunt 1 Ol Col 102 .X . V I , 2 Q . . ' , ' ,H . , .1 ' . . , - r ' - H ', ' , 1 . ' . C l v I in 1, K. llbv , . ", -k , ' fl' . .. ji . .- i li- l ' ' "Nl, t 4 f '. . - ' 1' fi. , Petit' . ' ' i'. . '. f"eJ. 4151 . 1' - 3 '. , s1-- 41' W - i' - sk 1.p,. '- Xvatltins fPeoples Bldg. ISL l.u.in Assn.j, Martha ,lean Parker lHinton Insurance H Realty CQo.l, Drucillti Bryant lSunshine l. 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IQSU HAM CEDVEI Zlifkiki Dlstnbutwe Education The mam purpose of the Port Cnty Distrxbutxve Education Club is to acquaint students with problems of retailing The members of this group discuss current prob lems and help each other with first hand information gained from their part time jobs in Greensboro A Row I fseatedj Helen Teachey Ellen Pmer Mary Branner Faye Cannon Stella Sue Hatcher Nancv Shelton Row 2 Qstandmgj Mr Lamb fAdv1sorJ Oliver Worthington Barbara Guyton Lydia Felltcl Dorothy Howell Ruth Barbce Hilda Scllars Ins I-llis Kelly ames Reese fPresndentJ Adrian Verzaal 103 L O A .,.W ESX,-. .... ,.,.i -Y I I I I This year the club received many benefits from participating in the convention held , if e i 5. l , . 4 , A I I , ,I ' . i - The Future Homemakers of America Row I Halel Sw art Naoml Melton oan Loflln Shlrley Futch Ine7 Simmons Mrs Paulson fAdVlSO1'D Row 2 Shirley Pxnner Anne Yon Cannon Nancy Bruce Ann Bruce Doris Merrltt Row 3 jeanettv. Blanton hlsne McKee janet Currm Margaret Mmer Patty Wrlson Patsy Yarborough The Future Homemakers of Amerrca Club rs open to any gurl who ns mterested m becoming a homemaker The gurls, wrth thexr advxsor, Mrs Paulson, undertook many projects whnch were not only beneficral to others but enjoyable and mstructnonal to the grrls Among these projects were sendmg boxes overseas, and the malung of plans for financmg therr trnp to Ralengh for the annual meetmg of thexr state orgamzatron whnch they call the Sprmg House Rally HANCKDVEZYQQ AM lQ5U 104 0 . y 1 T A I , ' L M., , 1 ,ga l I , I fu 5, M ' ar- ' , 3 ,SSN .. V j V ' , -59 , , 4 A I I K. I 2 ' , ' . J ' , ' , - ' , - ' - Q ' y ' 7 , ' ' . : x 1 W I I . 1 I 1 I I V ' ww -,-, fr- -f, --., v-,-, f,-, -- 4-H Club 'r,.. jfxv' ... -1 54 nl ' ef .-- as l Il :riff 4 I ef gg H Martha Bucha a Harold Olsen Edna Yopp Laverne H1 son Mar ly Cooper H nry Gurganous ackt Batton Thomas Johnston Dorothy Kerr Bobby jordan QPr sd ntj Lora Carroll Thus year the 4 H Club almost surpassed xtself m lxvmg up to nts motto To Mak the Best Better The Club successfully planned and prepared a commumty buffet sup per presented a dress revue gave demonstratxons ln danry foods and clorhmg attended the State short course at Ralelgh prepared nts own outstandmg float for the annual Azalea Festrval and presented an Achxevement Day program at Legnon Stadnum In addmon to carrymg through thls memorable program the 4 H Club was agam honored ln having one of nts members awarded a tnp to Chxcago Last year Marv Allce Kerr won a trxp to Clucago by bemg State canmng champnon Thxs year the 4 H Club and New Hanover Hxgh School are equally proud of Harold Olsen who was sent to Chncago as wmner of the State Cntxzenshxp Award if-' 105 l f- J I ' ibm VT nQ5oEHANoNfiieii1gfe13rf2mf 99 - A -i ' 4 l i ,yy Language CIubS up x l X ' YT K 5 Mft' ,xggff Latin Clubs - XX U The Latin Clubs are among the most active in the school. Each Latin class has its own club designed, primarily, to add interest and enjoyment to the study of Latin. Among the worthy projects which some of these clubs undertook this year was the helping of needy families at Christmas. Their usefyilness has been proved by the many years that they have been functioning in N.H.H . DISCIPULI CAESARIS Row I Billy W'est Allan Hardin fljrtsidtntj Isa Lee Nichols Fred Foy Row z Carol Loftis oe Hood Ruth Shaw Thera Strawn hdith Borges Miss Lathrop fAdusorJ Row3 Robert Rhodes Robert Wocmttn May Paul Hilda Sellars Nancy Knox Ann Dunne Pdith Thompson Row 4 ulius Howard Dot Piner Marion Corbett Doris Scott Kay Godwin Maurice King jack Rogers KN GDVE EOZJEJXN IQSU 106 x . X ,V N , , FN f I 1 i,,l , ', . N ' , i 'i - Row 5: Janette Potter, Eugene Mercer. Laverne Hinson. Dan Silvia, Nathan Skipper, Ted Lynch. 2, , ,L LX,-. Aa. ,.,, ,- Latin Clubs Row Rim Row Row Row Row SOQII LATINI Dorn Stanford Bury Sandlm Sallx All Rubx Smart Xlm Xlarx lztlurop lkdusorl Cnorgg Cam CpI'LSldLl'1IJ o Smxtluvxxgk Butts Xlgnburg., Nlarx Q,2lKl'lLI'll'lL White. Sslua Vmlson Nangy lnlls oan Purse Mnurxu Nllflfl Hubnrl Hodgu Patty Nloors. Cyeorgn lvung Ann Shelton lrgm Parurson Pau Dux Harrx Hallman Xlsarrlnk Porur llulu lo C lllll-un Pat Brow n Bun Ann XX llllami Nullda Could l'lmLr Vullnamson Hulen Sutton Bury Roghglll udx Pullon in Row Row Row Row Row Row JULIUS CAFSAR 'Nanu Smad Il'ru1dv.ntl Fnlx Papa ulxan Vullunms xl Ra Bun Pnnrson Bun Pun Sally Smith Helm SILXLFIS lu,g.,x land Ann Yon Cannon anxu CJJITLII Nan kung, Donald XlcAll1ster Nlnku lflantlnmlc Haul Quart Lrraua Brown Barbara Hordgaux ulxan Rogan Daud Page Pranus ligllamx lan l'utrv,ll ann.: Park r link Corbgtt 'llnlma Barnlxfr Xnrglma Harrns fknm Bovulls am Xlhm. 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French Club All students who took French II were eligible for membership in the French Club This club, established for the purpose of promoting fluency in speaking French, was under the capable leadership of Mel Swartz He conducted all the business meetings in B Myers These meetings were a great source of interest to the students who took French LE CERCLE FRANCAIS Row 1: Frances Bland Clint Wilson Scott Strickland Francis Frcdcrc Margaret Oldcnbuttls. Ctn Witherspfion Evelyn Guldburg Niel Schwartz fllresidentj. Row -1 Vallie Rue King Eulaila Hewett Marie Covil Miriam Bowen Nlanci Ball, Wanda Aman Do.is P, Gardner Anne Burnie Elaine Smith Mr. Brown fAdvisorl. Row 3: Catherine Post, Betty Kerr Gertic B. Myers Anne Dosher. Spanish Clubs This past year found the Spanish Club enjoying programs about the life, habits, cus- toms and literature of their Spanish speaking neighbors. Each year all the Spanish Clubs join forces in order to put on a Spanish Fiesta. This year the Fiesta, featuring displays on different Spanish speaking countries, was a gala success. The Fiesta is remembered by all as one of the gayest events of the school year. IO9 E ly D A French. Amusing and explanatory programs were prepared by the Vice-President, Gertie . C Spanish Clubs EL CLUB FSPANOI Row I Bury Conn. Bury Iou lamb Ohm un Brown lmnlx Ins oAnn Blaku ohn Blain. .mm urg.,amous Row Cum Robnnsun Anm Pgaru xmmx Crawford Niargaru Vbnllns Rgba lanu.r Swlua Saundgrx Pffn. Smednn Row 3 INan4.y Vluu Cymru Wallau Irmk Iarrow hrnmlh Pmmr Wllbur oma Llxff Clark Hgrbgrr Lardy lmnlx Bauunn lu lxafllns 'slr Brovsmm, Row Row Row Row Row IQSTAMOS LISTOS Nangy linnmtr Inu Manu C xrolyn Sondgrman Tom Womblg Santiago Garua C Corgv. I'.1tLLrson Kathryn Smxth Pat Bavsdgn fax Burk Ind Iurr leo Roberson Vllu Brown Bgtty jun Sgllarg Bun Sglmu Niargaru Freeman omg Cylrnn ohn Fareham SUIJDDL Shgpherd Mona Pgnrson Iluabuh Rud Patsw Thorp Nhrtha Benton Shnrlu Councnl 5 Brucn Iksfhanups Bury lou Cook Dan Sandlm Bnttx Sue. Nhhil Mrs Bullamx 110 . Z . Nl..v.' . , 1 4 , , Q .vj ,' il. . C3 I ' . , 1 v ., "',' '. " :L : .'. , ' ., "A J ..' " j v . . 'l ', Q . - , " I, . . ' ' 3. ,Hlv ., , .vrr '., QL , n , ,' f .v ', ' .,.. ,M .. ' 1,1 , . ' 1, Y A ,V v A ' Spanish Clubs LOS GATOS MALOS Row 1 Dons Illen Farrow Row Calt Dorsey Hazel Bonham Charles Caucllll 1Prcs1dentJ Fd NlcPhcrson Row g Nancy Sloan ohn Wood Anne. Benton Alex Robbms Sue. uxnlnen Don Prur Row Donald jackson Harold Olson Robert Hewlett lo johnson fm, Nlnlnor Robnrt Vloorc Nlax ollne Phll Tvsmgtr Row Q ltd Dans Ann Fradx Yernell Levus Butt Wychc Xlary Halt tan O'Ntal Bttty Fluchtr Thurston Watkms Sonny Furlong larl Crovu 'vlrs Bellamy lAdvnsorj Row 6 Hal C oodson Page Robrnson lowler low -mv- ESPAIN OI ES CANSADOS Row Dontr Xlurraw Row Lan Parker clllllk Pokalus Htrbgrt Young Htltn Svnart Row Naomu Nlglwn Carl Strltkland lmmx Stlxullun Bully Nltblaughn Btttx Vatknns Row Dtlorts Dovunnng, ohn links Howard Troutman Blllx Baldwm Valar Snmmons Rn Ourlwn Burt Grant ll'rLsndtntb Rm g. lonnn Nlxller Vllllg Slanlord, R 3 Armstrong, 'nm bodvm, Hayvuoo Nuxlurk, Ihud Stun , vert Brinkly, Mrs. Bc amy :A xi :rl- 111 Spanish Clubs PEQUEINOS LORDEROS DE MARIA R vw 1 'wlxldrtd Ktrmon Catl1tr111t Bovun Budd Vhxlson Anxta Andtrson Nlary Ioum Sttwart Prtd Holmes Ctormer Prtsndtntj Alun Bullard Faye Farmtr Faye lung, Row Ga1l Corbett Pat Carnes Btttye Yranus oyce Rogers Betty urgenson Barbara Yarrow Bttlv loughlln Tommn Lancaster Nirs Bellamy QAd11sorj Row 3 Nlary Wrxght Sara Stewart can Parknr Nlargartt Formy Duval Paulttte Stem B1ll Rhoda Bllfllm ohnson IOUIS Burney Carmer Dans Row 4 Cllfton Dvcon un Churth Eugene Hxtlcs Qpresldtntj oscv. Hawes Gtorgt Shepard SII' 'VIPRI' AMIC OS m 1 1 mort lux 1 tr 1 tx Run Ru UN X uurt Nl 11111t P1tur11 QI'r Xldklll Run Fl S1tw1rt C L 1,1 1.,trx 11 t lllft Bt 1 at 11111 ma J 0.1 1 XX und B My 111r1 t1111t11 ur 1 IN 1r 1re.t 111 1111 111 nt NX F151 Xl: 1 ru Spl 1111 1 Ruth Nlnnrt :ws 4 1. 1 NR for 1 11 1 1rt1 111 1 11111 111 1 v1 1 1111. 1115 l1111t V51 PLQ.,L,X Boom .111d111g Xlrx S l X 112 Scrlbblers Club ?.- y--- 9 V... Row I Pat Kannon Gwynne Hinson Frances Bellamy Shirley Council Eva Kafalas Kay Godwin Felice Guld jean Fisher Rose Marie Hatcher Mona Peterson Mary Agnes ODwyer Row 1 Edith Boryes lrene Emory Barbara Womble Nancy Knox Virginia Harris Rosalind Picot Allan Hardin Edith Thompson Bird Grant Mary Scott Livingston Helen Swart Ann Marie Chenworth Row 3 ean Church fPres1dentl Paulette Stem Ann Lassiter Susan Walker Jo Ann Bates Zelma Brower Virginia Lewis Patsy Yarborough Gloria Rucker Mrs Lassiter fAdvis0rJ Row 4 Thomas Bailey I'd Davis Maxine Swartz oan Pierce oanne Stewart Frances Baker Brett Wyche Page Taylor The Scribblers Club has increased tremendously in membership, enthusiasm, and prominence during this school year. Early in the year, each person was required to submit an original composition in order to become a member. The club members have enjoyed the informative programs and the many interesting speakersg and the Sfribblzrs Mu 'dZll1C', their project, was a big success this year and showed a great deal of writing talent. Under the capable leadership of its oHicers and its advisor, Mrs. Lassiter, the Scribblers Club this year has successfully fulfilled its purpose of promoting interest in writing. 113 lQ5U EHAN lR2.lilf5QXlNl i B llnw O Henry Literary Society Rm 1 Stott Striekland Qlresidentj Bird Crmt Marx Anne Watkins Rosalind Pieot Nlarx Stott Ln 11lj.,5fOl'1 Lois Magnuson Priseilla Harriss Anne Iassiter Betty Bugl., Rose Niarie Hatehtll tan Fisher Row 1, Vallie Rue Kim, Mary Louise Stewart Sara lwans hdith Borjes Irene lrmory Helen Stexens Franees Baker Anne Burnie Florence Stone o Anne Stews art Row 4 Margaret Winer anet Currin ean Blanton Harriet Birdsall oanne Bates Frances Bellamx Gwynne Hinson Naney Powell .essie Daubhtry R w 5: Olive kean Brown Niiss Anne Greene CAdvisorj Rem Allen Brown, Rebecca Robbins, .anet Simpson Maxine Schwartz. On the second and fourth Thursday of each month the O. Henry Literary Society met in the auditorium. The clubs purpose is to familiarize students with classical and contemporary literature. The society was established in 1923 by Miss Emma Martin and since then it has become a prominent organization in the school. Under the guidance of its temporary advisor, Miss Anne Green and its ofhcers the society has enjoyed 1n interesting year. The main project of the club is to conduct a short story contest. This contest is open to all students in the school. Last year the uinner s name was engraved for the first time on a silt er cup. 114 LX... .... 2-,ee L' Z ' S 4' 3" ' , i is , 1' ' ' i., V' ,i 1' S' A'- Row :: Molly Adams, Sara Anne Phelps, Kay Godwin, liva Kefalas, Sally All, Mary Cox, Sally Smith, , v .' , A A. . . v J. , ' Y ,, . ' . ' , . , ., J . K , , . . Z A , A ' , v J ' t J. V ' ' L , -I . ,' . . 1-H . , t ' V , ,, ' , , ' 0 l v A v l l IQSUIHAN fk Classes Are Activities Too 19'- sl' '9-If 1. .qv Bulk Room Onu un lu skip lmomgruum C l mssmum Sum Vblmts ilu nurur lax Vorkslmp Cjrnup Nl.lSlL!'f'l1ll'1dS lamxlv lm. .and C ommunnu living C.lasx urnlnp, In Humv. lurnunnu Class Huusuuns ul IIIIIIUFFOW Indy and Indusxrx Class S UYUL of Kllg HUC LQUIPIULIH In Illl. WOfkSl1U P 1 ,ii ' C ' C X C 'L I , 4 s , W L i 1 2 1 1 4 U66 -. 5' if "L,-Q-A V- -3 ' V S' 5 va- - 4 I I I " s -'l' l V." 5- " . 1. Q A ' U ",s . . . . ' . ' . , 115 Publications Handbook Committee l l lt to flgllf olm Svutnty IXIYIIIL L1ur1 Broun Budd Wilson Btelu ln. CJ r lt B Nlytrs Blrblra Vom Stott Stntklmd Wlut would l'rtsl1mtn do without ilu guldantt ot tlmt Blnl tmtf Urtulgl lltllltffvrro 'llmtx would undoubt dl to to tlxv. llbrarw lnsttnd of tln. tafettrm tour tlmts lIl9ILlL.l ot tvsltt and tluy would poiilbly tlnnlt tl at tlu 'I Xl dtrmx Club manutatturts thumb tatltx for tl1 lltultx I ls txt vor of tlmt Hlnd oolt Comrmtttt to prtstnt 1 oo t t J lons s Frtsmnn Das ln tn Fal xt to mutt tni t 4 ot 1 trt-.tm ,tn tearx vxrltttn txmn o liluL will Omugc IIIIIJTUUL lephone Directory Committee muh--.V 'U Q Suttd Annu Laura Broun Clmurnman w 1 tx um, t nntttt las t o tt .D Jr tssxt l,.lll2.,1fl" Har Jrl lltans xlfhlt. 'xlt ton Row N nu lout tvxtll Blanton Randolxn Cyrant Xl1rt,.1rtt oxtt Ixtrvluodx loolttd forward to tlu pu :tation ot tht ttltplxonr. dxrtttory last tall and student lnttrtst un utll revn ardtd Tht dxrtttors .1 xnappx orangt tdxtxon ttarurmg a blatk dlal on tht front was un atturattlx dont Tlmt tommltttt vu wrlxtd long., and hard to put out tlus llttlt book vslmltll ls so lulpful to studtnts and ttatlwtrs llllk Io. dlrtttorx tamt out yuit H1 txmt tor .ull ot us to vw 'tmp mtlw other with Christmas tar S 116 Q O f ,I ,.,-atv,-L . W M. .,,,' V '- Y ' ' "" U3 i -- 4 .V V l" 1.3.1 " .,.s-.-W- , -, ' VZ , . Y Y' ' 'A L' " o 5 ly. A l , 3 N74 K 'Q l , :if f 4 'S .c 7 :LI . '- . 1 ' . . l..r1, xc I" . . . . H ble. Y , ' lv ' t . . . 5 ' ' .K ' K .I ' ,'-.v ,. V 1 ' - 1' - 'JAQ t ' ll ' lt ' 1 . b Q ' H 'f .ll sch l rulw and r-gult' to furni l1 J list of rlubs and tlmclr functions. and to explain tltc point system to new, as well as old, students. Tlmc book muSt be ready by 'l . 1' A lf l. Tl' ' mr' " l' y'nr gwt ll an ixt-' 'g ' d 'l' li' " ' cdi Ac f Tfu' t " ' 3' t I '. Te ' ' I .. .- - ,T,o,t,...,jlg , , , - , ,, V . -...., , mr.- .v 67 al 1 l 4 X Q ' Rf, ' .1 list 1' B Alu l-4- N jllr, -I yw 'I' U-lt , Ll '- rl y, b' 1 ' ., " . xl . 'zz .'.1 ' --ll, xl- " , I' l . . . - Nl Tl , A .V -. N . ' ' A . ' v ' ,A .A N 1 1' ' - d I IW! 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R1 XIIIIK 11111111 NI Il1IXN XXIIII xn 1,11 IIXRI 1x1 IINII ' wx HANQDVEIQIK lk lQ5U The Wildcat Pittuittl on tlit folloxxmt, ptgts ut tht tliitt groups ixliitli tosgttlit xxitli tlit tttull tliei in 0LlI'l1lllwl'l1 lrt rtsponsiolt for our stliool plptr Ill Wlltlral Ift W I lull rt poxttrs ut stutltnts xxlio ut not lLIL1ll mtmbtrs ot tlit ouintlism alms mtl lrt tlitrtfort not mtmbtxs of tlit stiff irstlf XX itliout tlit litlp of tluss. rtporttrs tlit ttmpus nuxs toultl not lo ltltqulttlx toxtrttl 'Num of tll txpts xx is Q'lIl1CI'LLl by rhtst rtporttri ini mam of tlitm ixrott tlitir oxxn bi lim tolumns is ftiturt of Iln Wlllnll wut thost stutltnts ulio tould not ht l0LIl'l'llllSI11 into tlitir turritulum 1 tlimtt to show tlitir tiltnt tml to ptrtiupttt in tlit produttion of tlit stliool plptr ltlxt tlit prtss mtl to dtliur Ifn W zlllzal to tht liomtrooms on tlit mornings tlnt tlit tliool plptr is issuttl Tlitst xrt tlit stutltnts tttuillx rtsponsiblt for gttting tha. piptrs t m tlit substriltrs 'Ili Vo llltaf ldxtrtisinv stltl ttltts tlrt ol 1 lirgt pirt of tht hnmtiil busmtss of 'Ifn ll llltuf Thu tm bt sttn utruxlitrt gtttmq ids or tltlixtrmg piptrs mtl bills tm tlit idxtrtistrs Thur job is 1 big ont With tlitir liirtl vxorlt mtl hm tooptrition Tfn Xl llltzll lils I'Ll'l1llI'lLL,l 1 ttlf supptntim, papal In tlit i.,roup pitturt art Wilbur loms Btttx Smdlin ltm lislitr Xlaxmt Stlmartl and Jimmx lountnn lnxtrttd .art Nano lirutt -Xltlwta XltHtnrx Xnn Brutt and lust Hirdwitk 118 v-,-, xA, f,-,S -Ev.w.w f,-v .Ae , '- -, . ,A K, KX.-L-i 1 -.ik,- - 1 'v Y t. ,T V' wi- L 'L i L .. 3 ll ' i ' 4 ', MJ' ' . HJ' "lr ' '- I ' .i . Ax, I V Q l' A 1 . i x ,i 4 ' xl 1 . V i Q, L - i, 1 1 ,- V UL ' Q i 4' i v' ' . A ' E '.i Q 'V if it K . N' I' xi' ' x t 1 Q ' 1' ' ' ' V ' 1'-' ' ' . Th' H - H ' "R ' ht '- It is the duty of tlic circulation stuff to get the pnpcrs from tlic printers nftcr they E 'x x x'- - I I 'x p 1 ' ,li ' I 5 t k ' ' v 1 4- y i '- '- - i - i V 1 . - , . , V 1 - -' . - ' v - i - 1 7' Vit ' L 'x h I . i . "' 'Q ' A . A KY' L ' i L 'ig ' ' I 1 r 'li ' x v '- 1 'il 1 ' I Y V 3 x u . . - 3 - vm . x ' f ' , 1 . 1 . . 1 , K' K . . K . , . L 'Q " 'A i 1 i' '. V 'V A ' ' Q Q ' ' 'Q I , ' ,,.- . . , h K Ll. , A , A .. ,X . , . , .D 'HAM Q-DVB R, AN The Wildcat 1? W CIRCULATION STAFF Row I Shnrlgy Luunul Anne Dnsher Bury Vallau Barbara Brabg, Budd Vbxlwn Ann Andgrson Mlm. Guld Lynn Grant Patsy Yarborough Row Barbara Hatdur Catlunnc P051 Rose Warn Hatghell Hnlda Ambrosxano Niars Louisa Suwart Gale Doruy Ann Wnllnams Nhldrnd Spnllman Larolvn Sondnrman Sara Evans Dorn Nierrlrl Ann Bruu. JN ADX FRTISIXC STAII Bar ara l"l'Lkl'1l.ll1 Pain Vballau Bum Vhallau. Car lsn Sundgrxnaxm Nm pxuun Bun frunmn 119 Hanoverian Sandfiddler Staff l92l Yearbook of W'ilmington High School Hanouenan Staff I95O Yearbook of New Hanover Hngh School Q51 Rm 1 Prlsulla Harrnss Ann Durant Cathulm Post Randolph Lwus Lois 'Vlagnuson Ann Burnie Lan Churah Sue Bradshaw Row Sara Inns Budd Vrlson Bard Grant Ilanm Warren I-lor nu. Stony Nnnu Gallop Ilcnnv. Smith Ahu Bullard Gurus B Niurs Iosu Rogers 120 HJZEXNQDVETX fx 45 J g,,,,Z,,,,,5 Hanoverlan BUSINESS MANAGER AND EDITOR IIN CHIEF SLOII STRILIKIANIJ ldt as Buslmss Managnr ably pgrtormud mln lurgulun task of handling, the. mumy for 5UbSLl'lPll0l1S and 3dWLl'llSLl11U'IlS and of Larrymg, tlmrnubh all the Hnanual vxork conmnud vuth :lu annual Rawool PH Luus rnghr proud to bg 1 mon cumpgunr Fdxmr nn Llmt' Bs LIJIIFLIIDZIIHQ., thu staffs and dlrngung, tlu work ln has sunussfully Ldltcd the xggo Ilarmurmn Randolph ments much pransv. and guclnt for luunp, nmomplxslnd so dlfIlCUlf a task sxnus Sufi l lr 1 L I L Hur C rant Sum Szrngk an BUSIIN PSS STA! I mu BUXIDLSS SMH lux bun rupunsxblg fm .xl mumx muurs I 11x mar s munsn suhn xp 1n XL ruc.lun.Ld In lmurulss ln ll ll x 1. I 1 mg., an lur 1 ur 1 9 annua npgraunp, nn mln lu 1 121 f l ,,.- I ' , X I X K, ? V Y Bu ' . . A, c' t11r'gl1l:Nctti' Cfll-y, 'd Q , K' ' "l d, Tl- '- f ' 1- - '-'ar l . " - "u 'r'- lim dri " p '- l- l' ' lc dfll' bullwin, 'l'l1xs surf pu lr ln ' J d lu x lu kvq tlm' l ' I ' I ' l.uk. Hanouerlan Ttnturt Staff ltft to flglll Annt Burnie Budd Wilson Latlnrlne Post I EATURE STAH- Budd Vnlmn as Featurt lrdmnr vuth -Xsmstant Idnmrs Rnm Burmt and Carlmtrum Pon had tht rtsponsxbrlxn ot tompnlmy., tht Senxor actnutxts along vuth the tlutr dtstruptnt phrasts Thtrt wut weeks ut tullttung, mtormatxon and long hours ot preparmg xt tor rht prmurs Tht staff found thtnmstlxts makxng and Hlmg, almost a tomplttt class hxstorw ot :omg thru hundrtd Stnumrs Niourntul bmans vert heard durxng, :ln vsrltmg ot the Inst Vnll and Ttstamtnt Xlhtn Budd Hmshtd all tht prootrtadmg, sht vsondtrtd why sht thought thus would bt fun No om could hut tarrncd on thxs work any mon. tapablw and studfastly than Budd and htr ami? whose task: sun tht nmbtt trying and trtmtndous of all Q .rx C lub SMH' left to I'12.,l1I Fnrlnra Runnldb Iuxs N1.1p.,nusun and Nanty Callup CLUB STAFF Io tht Club SMH' tt tht uslt of sthtdulmg tlub pntruru planmng, rhe pagta and vrxtxnl., an ltturatt attuunt ui tn L uws .ILIIXIIILS T L Sr.: h vpn llut xt has Complt r you 3 T'llLlT1UrJblL PTLTUFL of tht Y .lf IQS 122 'l 1 1 'W X . - -- ' l--ll' h-.-ff 1- ' 'lld fu ' ' X " - ' ' jc n. Ha nouerian ,,-....fM Photugrnphxg Sraff IIII IU rnght Annu Durant lun CI1urLI1 .md Guru B Niurs THE PI-IOTOGRAPHIC STAII Iiuxunn SAIILLIUIIUQ, PILILIFLS .md Iuupmx, IIII. PIIKIUIINFIPIILY lnfurnnd of vlnn vxlnra. md II IIurIs vnu IU I IU mm apm. x I xx s I n IS In I 1 PI'1xIm,r1anI I I I r Is In s ms mugm I III r K1k Lum -. In 1 n H1 n I mms mnull pnuuru 4- sr SIIII I I arrl IL u I1I1I Sm ART STAI I A IIn sIu.III1Is and .1rr1nI,Inn.nIs I IIII pluuru vun IIII YLNPIDDSIIJIIIKW I II art staff ur vmrk spuks I r nsglt 1 I xx Ink .II Ilu arzm p.1g,I pans Jn L Urlglnalltx UI U UHIL UC, 1 krk If 'H L LU Jr Y 1' Lk I lf! Lll II xx I1 was g,v.nLruus In glunp, ui Iur Imn In lik ulmlxmlrl 123 -U' wh. pi' ' '- ' bc Inkcn. III- pI I I " IJIA Is-pI 0 'I I vp "4 Y I A' '.IAI V I"KI'IllI' -lean ciI1Lll"I1 mnI In hc MQ' I. I Ig ' 'I -r'I'I fo I ' ' p'I' I In dl' g If III' , V I 3 V . g J' , 5 , Z - . Z?" .J ' . ' I IA K Art f . A. II:fI In rigI1I: I'r",'iII.1 H 'ws AIII' Bullard. In I li .'r ' .' IIII. ll ' "' . " ' Ir' ' " ' "' ' ' ' U' IC' . TIIV ' " 'Im ' -' s nn' m." c.1xiIy rc:IIi'c by If ing ' ' ic " I d II1' ' ' ' -' I Ilmc V I -. NI KI ' -d' i du- pdfli' I Il' In XII", hc -It r, 'I1 ' ' "- I'H " . Hanovenan rw ,o .,o Ax Typmg Staff left to right Iwa Lee Nichols Sara I'vans Ioyce Rogers Sue Bradshaw TYPING STAFF To the typnsts goes the credit for typmg all the copy for the Hanozrrmn Theirs was a long AD STAFF 'Xlany vxtrt the rush trips tn tuvs n mad xt hizh lun lm bx the Ad Staff xn their tt lurrs tu 3,11 lntal busmtss tonttrns lO bus spun nn :ln llulmurlan Thur salts talk and dlplumatle lpproaeh helped lu m la mln mnual .1 hnantla sutttss Ad Staff left to right Nanty Grlfhth Florence Stone 124 f Q. - , A X J . t S , N xx -1. , I 1' l . : U . Z z , 1 ' ' A , 1 , . ' , - and tedious task, involving much time and effort. They gave generously of both. l l l l l I . v 1 r x F . v C A ' ' C .1 - ' .' . ', ' " Q ' - ' a e Hanouenan The picture below is ID example of the mam things the Hauolulau staff undertook in its efforts to produce a yearbook in keeping with the hieh standards of New Hanox er Hibh School This is a scene from the skit written by Bird Grant and Priscilla Harriss presented by the staff to win the fax or and support of the student body The idea con parison of this wears superlatixes with the superlatiwes as recorded in the Wilmington High School annual of 1921 Tbf Sami :Idler Randolph Lewis Bird Grant and Flame Smith had the leading roles while the other staff members identified belovx assumed the personalities of the 1921 superlatives This shows how xersatile the yearbook staff were Many pleasures such as this skit much difficulty many monotonous details many exciting moments some differences of opinion much discussion many resulting agree ments all were inxolxed in the publication of the 1950 Ilanouilan The staff hopes that it will bring as much pleasure to its readers as it did to its writers Left to right: Randolph Lewis, -lean Church, joyce Rogers. Hampton Sewell, Elaine Smith lstandingl, Bird Grant, Anne Burnie, Priscilla Harriss, Marty Millar, Lois Magnuson, Clifton Dixon. 125 I . . . . I. . , I V Y I. 1 Y 1 V . 7 . . . V . x , , . . . ceived from the work done in selecting the theme, the Past and Present, featured a C0111- . y , fi , l V. , . , A , 4 . - 1 Q V v l i is - V V . ' U . 7 Y ' Y . . 1 . . . x . . , . - Athletics Before viewing the pages of the current athletic activities, glance at those of former years. At the right is a picture of the Girls' Basketball Team of Wilmington High School in 1921, and below is :4 picture of the Football Team of Wilmingtoii High School in 1898 BASKFTBALL TFAM I9 x POOTBAI L TFAM 898 HZQLNQEVEPQQ IQSU Girls Athletics -4. ou IL IL 1 T1 1son It ordan u.1n1t.1 liuyxcn t 1111 lirovstr R llll xllillfc I ut ltlrson Btrtlc Icvus Row c ct II1ltl1c1 crrlt Rlcl Xl l'Ill'l.l V1 mar C ro lnt llr1m11 I C li XX 11tr XX 1nd1 Xmm Roxy 1 It S111 1 tr u y ltt 1cv1s 111111 r 11111 xun 1 111 X1 Il C rttr Tht Cnrls Athletlc Assoclltxon IS 1 d1y1s1on of the North Carollnl Asso llIl0I1 for Hcllth Phys: c1l Educltlon, 1nd Rccreatlon Its obycctlves arc to promote such progrlms of lthletnc 1ct1v1t1es 1s yull meet tht needs of all girls and to stress enyoymcnt of sport and the dcvclopmcnt of sportsmanshlp 1nd char1ctcr rathcr than thc breakmg of records or the vunmng of Champlonshlps Nlembershxp I9 open to lny gnrl who has earned Hfty points from sports act1v1t1es and who has P'lSSCd 1 phy s1C1l exammatnon dur Ing the past year Thus year the Grrls Athletnc Assoclatnon n1et eyery thnrd Thursday nn the month The Assocxatnon encouraged New Hanoyer s g1rls to part1C1pate 1n organlzed team sports as well IS m mdlvndual sport Awards were made for the accumulatxon of polnts Some of the many actuutres of the grrls physncal educat1on department are shown on these pages Student Instructors These student rnstructors are selected on the basns of character, leadershlp, and abllnty They must have had two years of prevlous physxcal edu catxon It IS thexr duty to assemble equrpment for the gym classes, to check baskets and to assrst m all actnvltnes, both durmg thelr class perxod and nn the afternoon sports program They do thus mannlv for the pleasure they derne from thns work They re ene no school credxt, but they are revs arded 111th poxnts tow ard the school monogram IL -XNITA. BOX! PN RLTH L NIOORI ll SSI! XIXI THOMPSON 127 0 , 0 'l n , , 1 , . l 1 fu . A 5' l 1 4 H ' 1 , 0 ,, I x S 1 "0 Q 1, R ' l: -less" Mr' TI1 ll 1 , l.illic ,'.ll"l , " " , Z-l 1 " , 1 . ', 'l " ". , , - " 'I 1: hli-ky .' wek, Sh' " ml, . .I ' md . lc ..1 l' ' ' , 'elice iuld, cth "ll '. . J . . ' 3: Klear lilac , Su . XX'.lk' , I. dj Nl. l ' ' , CQ. llr ' , Yi g' '. Ui: , Xl.1rtl .1 S ith, .f 1 1 '- . Row 4: Dum ilu Gillikin, Alcrc Smith, Dorntl1y llarduu, lane: Clurrin, Nlargnrez Miner. I ' I , V 1 Q . . . -,, w , 0 . . . . 'I .aff W K ' ' gs!.L D I , D 1 , 3 E' il 1 9 2 ? :PW "4 P 22 Q' ' V' - f a ' M . 1f2,Qg ,,w :f',anf ?f :1fM.fgfQ, f -V VfxiJ' "': ' "J" . 'TH ,JA -af if i N ff if BN' 95-av' 'fi' jf' x ,W 'ff' mr 3 JM, P 1" fa my Q, K , N , r .Q,.i.f .ls-'!' f. 1 3 1 S Q , J A l-5 I-W1 VI' Y !Q4+11Y ijiif' -if yang v f A if Q :mmf T532 45494. ,A YV A , f , , fx , ,, If ,f, V Q t Ping Pong Soft Ball PING PONGf1.eft to right: Nlartina wvldllltlfk, Juanita Bowen, Connie Surles, Znlnm Brower, Bobbie 1'isher. SOFTBALL-At bat: Connie Surles. Catcher: Iillie Pearl klordan. Row t: Sherry Rich, Shirley Ritter, Mary Xlfingnrd, Susan XYl'.1llmer, Judy Nlnlpass, ,lnnet Gardner, Sam Ann Phelps, Barbara Redfearn, Bg1rb.1r.x iiosnell. Row 1: ,lean lillek, B1.ll11lC Council. Hiltl.1 Cimnn, Shirley Brown, Betty ,lean Clmndell, B.ll'11.ll".l Vfomlmle, Shirley Raelxley, B.1rb.xra l'llell, Peggy Green. Nhreeline XY'illi.imx, Marjorie lhitlmeoek. Row 3: Betxy ,lean Collins. 1J.1pline Owen, Shirley llaywootl. Betty .I.ine rlurdan, l.ollA Nlny l"w.1rLl, ,lessie Xl.1e Cnrroll, Koxemnry 1.ew.1nt.lowslii, Nlmry Ann llewitt, Bnrlurgx XX'.xll.lee, Mary Helen Stephens, klanie w'l1lllTl.lI1, Annie 1.ou Ifvmns, Doris llnrris, Maxine George, Anita Rowan, Betsey Casteen, Patricia Baker. IQSU EHAN GWB IAN Basketball Hikers Club Row 1: Ruth Moore, ,luanitm Bowen, Lillie Pearl blortlan. 1.eft to right: Christa Sl-tipper, Sue Ifdwards, Carolyn Simpson. Row 2: Caroline Brown, Dure ,lo Gilliken, Xlieltie Haitlieuek. Ciraee Morgan, klere Smith, joan Davis, Dolly Wells, ,Iessie Xlme Thompson, 1 Sports Cheerleaders ii! ii! as ,, Ili Kmtlmp, left to rnght Nancy Brute Barbara Hatcher Alyc Morse MJFBULIIIC Todd Nancy Grxfhth lat Hawley Ann Bruu. 5l3l'ldll1f., left tm rlght Charles Bordeaux lmmy Fountam Kenneth Nnchols Clifton Dixon jack Faton In 1949 S0 New Hanover had the loudest and most loyal cheermg sectxon nn many a year Partlcularly durmg the football season much comment on the depth and pre c1s1on of student cheers could be heard The strength of the cheering sectlon was du largely to the leadership of our cheerleaders Ram or faxr hot or cold wm or lose the cheerleaders contmued to mspxre the school Splflf for whxch Wxlmnngton xs rapndly bccomlng noted Led by thexr cheerleaders students followed the Wnldcats whenever and wherever possible When the boys needed to dtg m the cheerleaders were rnght behmd them The spmt energy and ganety of our cheerleaders was more than evndent thls year and the Class of 50 wlll always remember that spunky exuberance of the gnrls and boys m black and orange and whtte HANQDVTS TZQEJXJQE IQ5U f t an ll' -A , r---..s .W Q y , x X f f T , . l .f 5 x , A." 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Football Bright night lights at the stadium crowds peanuts last minute trips to support the Cats other cities all these things bring back the 49 S0 football season The Wildcats were a good team this year W hen hot they could not be beaten For the second straight year they downed New Hanoi er s arch rnal Raleigh Students followed the winning telm to .1 snappy xietory in Goldsboro and then were disappointed in Wilson when that team downed the Cats 7 6 None of us will forget Charlie Niven s 90 yard touchdown run that was called hack because of a penalty' The Durham game was one of our great est The boys hung on doggedly to tie the destined to be champions 7 7 Fhe Wildcats were the first team to score on the Bulldogs in 1949 With some of the steam taken out of them the Wildcats then played their most disappointing game of the year losing 7 13 to our bitter foe Fayetteville team as .1 great one We shall remember Chlrlie Nix en s long runs Pat Harrington s rugged play mg Goodson in his face gulrd smashing through the lme and big Franeis Fredere who brought singular honors to himself and to the sehool by being the only North Carolina pliyer to make the Nltional High Sehool All America telm The Cllss of 50 hld 1 team to remember 1949 SCORES Ofrpom ul Cui O Olrfmm ul Cult O Greensboro Ralelkh Goldsboro Wilson Durham North Charleston Fayette, ,116 UXOC 77 o 0 z- K4 o :: :s F1 C CU FJ V1 FY o E N Wilkesboro Grlnby C Norfolk Q .Lak VARSITY TEAM Row i: Ronnie Schultz, jimmy Schulken, George Patterson, Farl Crowe, jerry Outlaw, Robert Cathey, Billy Baldwin, Fowler Low, Fred Foy, Charles Niven, Melton Sellars. Row A: Harris King, Bob McHenry, .Iere Hilburn, W'alter Simmons, Ray Dyson, lid Bullard, Harry Fussell, Eddy Fritz Mintz, Ray Overton, Doc Moore, jack Alford, Russell Clark. Row 3: jack Franks, Claude King, Marty Millar, Bobby Swartz, Dudley Humphrey, Marion Hales, Francis Frcdere, Pat Harring- ton, George McLean, Burt Grant, Dewey jackson, Hal Goodson. 131 . ' ' 1 ' 6 A C-I-I L . -h N I ' k ,e . 1 I I ' 9, 2 .f Q W -he '- - In V5 u . 9 S ii 2 i ii V i ff, ' v . ,N -N V ,. O 1 . i i i i . O i l l l 2 1 1 i 0 , , X A Q. 1 . X O i r' . .- C ' ' , , -1 . i , , ,, . - - i , i i 0 -' . ra -A v- vs ,- 3 - Nl XI ua -In N 7 ' . Q l, mg . . - swf? Hg I , ' 2, , ' .D l V . ..: . , f f F G- I . l 4' 'E Q - ' F' , . ll 5- . I -. . ' EL , I ' 'P ' i 1 N ' ' . l T . ' ' 0-fi Y N , - 4, b . N 5 i i- ' F! , I' va , ' I X o- D' V i 1 . fi 1 . ' i , 1 l '-' , i i i ' i i ' i ,K . il F we 9 9 905 . I . in , 1 v 'H I. ua .--K 5 ' Hp OUXIXI -P 4 ' i Cx W, 3 . Old N- e W. ,Sf e wwe vs 9 -1 , . je 1. rv . , ' 1 l . , 2' A V. bf' , ' , -A S I -. . 'so - ' 1310 , '-. - -A .. .... 1' " 4444 4 . ND l .' .1 'D 4 : HAM iEDWfI51RllIEfaXNElQ5U JUINIOR VARSITY FOOTBALL TEAM Row 1 Bnllx Vust Dznud Alford Fred LLL Louxg Pros! Blll I-Iardu Dwsu Thompson Tummy Sego Prank NIL Nul Stuc XX nrdgnhlt Row Dan Slunnur Iiubbx Clark olm Warns NIOFFIS IWIIIIII IIOFLIII Worrell Mau Ourton lmmy Soutlurlm Valar Hutham Ruhard Hobbs Id Skmmr B111 ordnn in .n"i'E. PRLSHNIAN FOOTBALL Rmx msun Iiuvxn L s L :wx 11 un 1 m5 Ln,4.mLn Lrrnm, xt nn Cmtn Q NX TE, Lrflll YL KI' I' k MVK. INN UI 105 Lfkk lv ' I ' . - J I Row I: Bgxnncrnmn, llnllxs, Gurgnnuux, llnldcn. Slwrmlm, Parlrick, l'isl1cr, Fulclm, Iluls, Nlaultsby. ' 1: .lol , r ' , ld'n. hlmlm 1. XI rt , Wnllil , -I' K" ' , ll' ' j, NY. k' s, i. "'ld, l 1 ' :: Lo: ', Nl' ' , Cm '. Ivdflil , Pixc , Nh-IJ '-ll, W' l, liurl 1, V.1llu.n , Ili' II.l.lS. ' 7 lQ5U'HZQ2XN CDVET2 fx K Basketball Through the nonse and excitement of a thrill packed gym the Wlldcats surged forth vnctorlous At ch time the annual went to press the New Hanover Hugh School cagcrs were way out front m conference standmg Sparked by the floor work of Cecll Heath and Jere Hxlburn the Cats downed the expected champs Ralexgh Many Wlldcat fans unable to attend out of town games tuned m on heard Marlon Hales Francxs Fredere and Charles Nlven rack up large numbers of pomts The Cats 1n a pre season tournament at Hugh Pomt flnlshed ln second place out of teams of the State Below are the scores of the games Opponenl Cult O Opponent Clty Optncal Goldsboro Alumm KN H H S J Ralelgh House of Davld Fayetteville Salnsbury Wxlson Hxgh Pomt Durham All Stars Goldsboro E C T C Freshmen Ralexgh Rocky Mount Fayetteville Durham Wllson Ca the radno and all the mvnted VARSITY BASKETBALL TEAM Row I Charles Nnven Francs Fredere Pat Harrington Cecnl Heath ere Hnlburn Mar on Hales julian Rogers Row z Harrns Kung Bully Martn oh Furlong ohn Bremer Burt Gran: Fowler Low Vnctor Batson 133 : D A ,cw e. ' . pp. ' lx Opp. ' ' ,,,,, . ,,,,,, ,.- 64 57 ,,,,,,,,,,A -.,,,,, 67 49 ' . . . . ,..,,,,, 65 48 ' ,.v,.,.,,,,. H,...,, 53 40 3 , w,,,,, --,,- 42 52 ' ,,,,,,C,,,, , 77 50 ' ,He,,, M, ,,,,, - 37 25 ' ,W-,.-.-,,,,c, - F- 68 43 Wilson ,N , H, CWM- , ,,,, 40 39 Rocky Mount ,,,,. .A 46 21 ' ' We ,,,, ,,l, - 33 45 , W ,... Mace, 46 43 ,,,,,,-,,,,,e- , 74 35 , ,,,,,,,.,, , , , 63 38 . . . . 3 .,,,,, 80 46 ' , - ,,,,,,,,,. ,, , 74 60 . ,,,,, 58 36 l W-, ,,,, ,,,,-. , 64 46 ,eo ,,,,,, , 51 33 ' W, ,,,, , ,,,,,,,,,,,, 45 37 : ' , i , A , ' ,J ' , i , ' . : ' ' , ' i ,J n ,J , , , ' . HAM QQDVE TDEJEJKM IQSU IUNIOR VARSITY BASKETBALL TEAM Rcvx I lhud Alford Hxrau. ulmsl olm Walrus Xlax Ourwn Russdl Clark Row 5 Bull Hardy N11l'l.lL,t.I' lirllx Wu! bralmm Parmgr Il11l"DN Ing.,r.xm Sports Snapshots I Hur Xu N H H S Goal x Senlor H Jn 4 ump Hugh' X rrgmm Y nurs I-r1m.1s Fr dun Hal Luodsun Charlgs Xrun 134 J. vs., -, 1 X. . . i 1' : ' , 4 fm, ' ' ,. . " , .'.' ' T . Row zz Tom Guru, Marvin Davis, Al Gum, Ronnie Putter, Ernest Srrauglm. ,-: ' Iv.. .l,.: ' 1, nk., '. ' ,, ,, . 'Af 7 1 , . Q Star 1. r . ' I, W ' QVM . Al 'A' . " " 'e- '. " c-' 'Q i IQSU EHAN Swimming Team The swimming team is fast becoming one of the important sporting groups in our high school. Due to the high interest the team has become proficient in speedy teamwork, and has reflected much credit upon itself and New Hanover High School. The team had many out of town meets Some of the cities they visited were Payette ville Chapel Hill Charlotte Winston Salem Greensboro Cherry Point and Camp Lejeune They also attended the All Southern Interscholastic Meet at Duke University The team finished in second place in the Southeastern United States Interscholastic Meet at Emory University in Atlanta, Georgia Row Tommy Covington oe Wilktns Sammy 'V1cVlillan Ronnie Schultz Row 3 Ken Wooten Louis Lerner Bobby Clark Smith ewell Bill Baldwin Adam Smith 135 1 1 s ' x s x Row 1: Pete Dannenbaum, lfric Oertel, Fritz Oertel, Leroy Lanier. 22 ' , J ' - ,, . . ' , '- . -,-, ,- - - 4, Y - -.f 1. - .v., HAM QDVE1R2,ls,lJaLMEIQ5U Tennis Standing left to right immy Tabb Robert Craft Ttd Williams ack King immy Gallagher Kneeling Charles Hunnicutt ohnny Bremer Gene Wlthersprron Because of such a rising demand for the minor sport tennis steps toward organiz in a tennis team have recently been made The mam responsibilities of leadership were left to last year s student coach John Bremer vsho was assisted by a professional plaver or many years now this sport has had practically no recognition from the high school school is xery proud This years tennis team has shown many possibnltnes With such capable netters as ohn Bremer Gene Witherspoon jack King Roddie Cameron immy Gallagher and immy Tabb the team soared to many xictornes Matches with Raleigh Goldsboro and other tow ns were scheduled and the playing began in March Future prospects indicate that tennis in New Hanover High School will haxe .1 definite and important place in the realm of sports 3 ' , A Ill' , , " ' ' s J ' - lv '- ' I Y .I , - F , . . . . . ' It is now fast becoming one of our most popular sports and one of which the high .il s i v i 1 i i s ' ,li , ' 'i i - ' 'i Q , , 1 6 IQSU :HZLXNQPVE Snapshots ll'if "'5 415 x, 1 3, 1 r r 117 , X! Q 1' V .1 r V I o 1 L .f' . Q , 'I . 3 1. W'l1cn WF: Vfcrc Freshmen 4. Xyhcru XXI Scniurs Maur 1. Bi' H1 ddlus, C.l.1i .md Al 1. Iavurllc Pc ind! Q. A lJ.xy.1r Icycuncf 6. XX'urk1r1g.1 Hlrd, juan? 1 'i ...Q x l -N-- at . ..-1 W1 Y V. ' In R. 0. T. . COLOR GUARD Hopper, james Vfright. Teaching Staff -...,' .,, S " l V 'lil' Front row, left to right: Major Thomas H. Mayers, Professor of Military Science and Tactics: Captain David B. W'right, Assistant Professor of Military Science and Tactics. Back rowz, left to right: Master Sergeant W'infred P. Hobson, Infantry: Sergeant First Class Orbin Bordeaux, Infantry: Master Sergeant john B. Pyles, Ordnance. 138 Left to right: Harold Cooper, Earl Bowles, Arthur IQSU EHAN CEDVIEE Reserve Officers Training Corps A xxx I left tx rielxt Rando 1 lexus Lieutenant Colonel Latnerlne lr 1 Battallon Sponsor Roxx t to FI xt ohn Svxeenex Nayor olxn fhomas Butters 'XLIILIIIIII Corne Nl x Supplx Oiheer Uoner xlllfflx Supplx Seretant The Reserxe Officers Trunmg Corps is one of the IIFLZLSK orgimzatnons in the school On anx 'Sion dlx or Friday morning one eould hear the stirring musie of the band ls the eldets paraded out to Thir teenth and Ann Streets On the field the eorps hmd battxlron eeremomes md rexlexxs xx hneh shoxx ed the exeellent truning thex had reeelxed in drill leadership diselplxne and mlnual of arms During ellssroom periods the Cadets studled Nlllxtarx Historx xVlIllflI'N TClLhlDg Methods Xlaps and xxhieh are used ln eombat During elxssroom period on Nlondaxs the eldets drilled md on frldlx an mspeetlon of the eompl mes xx as held Honor Cadet inspeetlon xx IS also held on Prrdxx Being nlmed distinguished exdet of tl xx eele 15 one of the highest honors .1 Cadet em reeelx md 1 notlee of the dlstlnetlon is plleed ln hls ree ord for future use in seleetins, oH1eers The Rexx Hlnoxer High Sehool Reserxe Olhec s TFIIHIDS5 Corps xx IS esttblished m l9w7 md his ieeeixed ln honor rltine during Ill txxelxe xelrs of 1 s exlstenee SPON SOR9 I1 fl lhe lk I Fj.,LlLl'IlL Y 1 1 S 1x9 I. 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Standing, left to right, :nd row: Fordham, George, Robinson, Robinson, Ruarlt. 3rd row: Page, Preston, Warner, Holder, Griffin. The rifle team was composed of the sixteen men who had the best average after the com- panies fired in competition. The team was guided by Captain David B. NVright, Assistant Pro- fessor of Military Science and Tactics. The group fired on four afternoons a week and had matches with schools in the United States and its territories. R. O. T. C. Snapshots i. "Going home." 1. "Where 'ya going, boys?" 3. Hlfyex right!" 4. "Future Generals?" 5. "Detail Attenshunln 6. "Coming on the parade field." 7. "At last, after four years." 1 l lx Ixgf .X 5 llixix Social Marshals YF? in Rm 1 Betty Bugg Anne Burnie Catherine Post Prnscllla Harrlss oyce Hayes Row Randolph Levus lovuler Low ohn Bremer nmmw Iountam The Student Legxslature elects ten socxal marshals for varned and nmportant dunes assoclated mth all soclal functnons held durmg the school year This year the marshals collected txckets drstrnbuted programs, and rendered many xaluable servxces vshlch con trlbuted to the success of student actnvltxes Dances, wh1 h vse e sponso ed by the legxs lature, were a chxef concern of the soc1al marshals, as they attended to the management and decoratxon of these dan es XVho vull forget, for example the 1950 Gay Nmetxes Dance, vlhnch was evndence of tmc socnal marshals work and their ongmalnts HANOVER KM IQSU 148 0 ' 43 I5 . I .gi E. M, F ' , lg f ' ' V .ef f s , me Q Y - , ll Sl ' A V Q V . 4 Y 1 , V .V . I , . . 'J V 'W D 1: .J -.1 A . i . . . .F Y H M , - ' c . ' " A , ' ' D A -. as a, ,.,., -, IQSU 2-'H N CCDVIEZ MAY CCURT MARGUERITE TODD CATHERINE POST May Queen Maid of Honor ,n-9' DV X X x 149 T fs V 5 'Li 57-.x 95 .5 'asf E? T 1 fir ' 5 -f,2':f,f NGN -. '-.Il tax 'KAW ' ei? : 5 'A I T N W-,E,,1..-f HAM QCDXVE il?-22,llJf2LlQEE IQSU AY COURT 'fri-"' GALLOP HAYES BUIS LANCASTER ggfgdgz. 'Ski .-:iw W iw ' if i Senior Attendants-Jean Buis, Tommie Lancaster V H Junior Attendants-Harriet Gallop, Joyce Hayes f-91-' ,nf Nfl. ' L F CJR u .KL ZYL f- A X QU AIX 1,53 J -L fy-N 150 -- IQSU :HAM QFQf1E31,R2,lalAIiI MA CCDLIRT WOMBLE HATCHER BARDEN WALKER 'QT' 'fi '. ' Sophomore Attendants-Barbara Womble, Barbara Hatcher -- 9'-3. " -Lair Freshman Attendants-Lucille Barden, Susan Walker Y ilu? f-'ff' 1 Y Q mf uf' QV, ,Y ,. ,L , .. -L .gb- - -, ,. 151 N N . ,xx 7 i11NyX..5f1 I -, ,M iam-,QL HAM Q3VE1rrR2l.r1!eLNfIQ5U Outside Activities ,..- ,,,....--"" Strnoue Wcxrk in Chemistry Nathan Skxppcr Vlltchtll enknns Rush Hour nn the School Cafeteria Sophomore Beauties Competing with the Black Face Seniors on tht NY aw to Camp Lejtunt-Row I Pmkne Blanton Anne Thompson Row Barbara Deans Faye Kung Row 3 Barbara Burrlss Members of the Soo Freshmen will be Freshmen oan N1cKenz1t Lucille Britt Nlary Ann Dnmt Gotng Our Wav: Nlatue ohnson Ins Ellis Kelly Claire Brownlee Prntleged Characters Nl 'tahl Barbara S Farrovn Wir Spencer Frances janxckx 152 5 L F '58 11 F 5 3 Z 5 Qf L. W , I M aww, In I . K , . . -W . ' A . X J . . 3. . ' 1 ' U l 4' , I . " lv '.' Y 3 ' y . 1 2: . ' S. , H .H . . . . . 6' , , . -J A ,' 'A , . ,. 7. " A .J , v , .l 8. -. r. J . . ', t . , ' V '. IQSU :HAM CCEWQEE 15223 llfiiljtm More Outside Activities i -v '-'Q ' ' . i ii ,pvtr Lppu' ld! luund Xiartant Crime. lulxn Bv.rg,v.n Hurd K rant Duns King, Nanu Kur a Any s ul Ngru Bum lltuf. Vlarx hshtr harrxm Suit: Anm B1 1. aturdax is .1 Dax OH Xian Cathtrim Whitt Xian Imx Niary Vuungar The Wild Vw: 44 wry Nlallatt Barbara Wumbln Iq,p.,y Varnn Bills Humplmru out Rglmf Claim Brimn gg Sumnnr Btfurv. Sgnmrs I mnlla Harnss Carhmrim Iml lun: Nhllgr I uktr llmullght R ur Du gs mmr amburu x mu ar ara arrmx ax r ar 11 um u it n im Camxn Iasm Bun Putman Ruth Shaw Pramts anicki 153 ' 9 1 t 7 " L Q 'F Y if .I ' , f Q x 1 ' ' 7: '- '- ff. ' ' Q -", ' 3 , ' ",.' k. 1. "1 b .1- ' I' Q-- A I' H -, ' ' ' L' . ' 'ddl-. an ' ? It H ,, ,, I' , III. ,, x Y . 'V 4. F -4' -1 ' ' ' 1--. K' X . . . . ' gal: J - ' Q , ' , x v ', I ' ,. tv. .L ' ' f -' -- nj' ku 7. S' ' LI "fat ': H b If ', Al R -', Pa P har , Ha." ' C Hin : d R ': I' JR Z-LLIDDXYEJKJFH SERS jhw flvam. 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W-H+" ...f2:n21-9'4"'7"' ' "Qin ,, ., -1. :QF ' .c..j',k5:,,.-.1'-' ' 1S the srncere hope of all of us at the Wllmrnaton Prmtrna Company that thrs the 1950 Hanoverran W111 prlnq back many happy memorles ot Clays spent at N 1-l H S We have trrecl to make 1t the lrnest year book ever publrshed by New Hanover l-hah School and We hope that you W111 enJoy leahna throuah 11 both now and rn the years to Come To the Class of 1950 ao our hearty conaratulatrons May you all have happy successful careers W1 nnngton PI1Ht1Hg Company School Yearbooks Folders Booklets Buslness Forms me Catalogs Statronery Rullnq All 1ll,.l11.l.l.l.l IU 21 1 213 North Second Street - Wllmrnqton North Carolma COMMERCIAL PRINTERS 0 LITHOGRAPHERS I I 1 . . I , . . 1 . . . O 3 if "' ,1 I ' '- ' ll .,-,ve-Queklm-,,, Lt' . ...,., .,...,, t,,.,,...,,. ..'.,,. .,-..f N . 1: 4 171. 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' V ' . -1, li .Mr DAY PHONE 28830 For Years NIGHT PHONE 20054 Cape Fear Electnc Co Slggggs WIIIHQ Motor Rewmdmq hold Have SPQCICIIIZGCI In School Requlrements 6 North 12th Street BIG VALUES LITTLE PRICES WI1mIrIqtorI N C Wat h K C 1'eSS D s REYNOLDS D I REYNOLDS Wmdows Tucker Real Estate Company Tucker Insurance Company G1ennM Tucker Realtor PHONE 2696 Carolma Beach N C Our Motto Honesty Pays NEWTON S DRY CLEANERS MARVIN NEWTON O 1202 Prmcess Street WI1m1r1qton N C DIAL 2 1577 Besi W1shes To The Class Of 50 Rehder s Florxst Say It Wlth Flowers WAHL S Known For Smart Fcfshlons I em Your Fnends Ar Puppy Gay s Soda Shop WIS Wlcuket Street 214 Nor Prem Street 4 4.22, IQGIQI VUJDMIIZZJJZZ I I FINE FURNITURE MEANS FINE LIVING 71 SOL ? From Street WIII m ion N C I I ,, . I ,, I . f V wi , I ', If? , I , K ,. , ,IL JY VOL GA Y -, fEf-a I 9 I X 41 ' 1 f xr I I I' ,. . Le, All ' H' 15 , . . Tuxedo and Full Dress Rgmcd Service Styles of Tomorrow PUYUQ S Mens 511019 Mademo1se11e Shoppe DIAL 2 8206 PHONE 9584 The House of Name Brands To The Class Ot 1950 Qur Very Best Wrshes Watklns Pa1nt and Hardware Company 18 Morket Str et VJ rrrmqtorr N C Comphmerrts Comphmermts of IQ CIN L1 H L THE HOUSE GF DEPENDABILITY 258 North Front Street Ladies Wearing Apparel Front and Grace ' n Y QT 12 ' , . . T. I VJATKINS, SR, P. I. 'wV.3xTKINS, HI ' ot fm L v 1 l 0 I 0 Stone Towing Lune WIIUIIDQTOD N C I Shr1er and Sons Incorporated 34 North Frortt Str et CONGRATULATIONS Carohna Camera WILMINGTON S MOST COMPLETE PHOTOGRAPHJC STORE W11m1HQfOH North Corrohncr HAPPY DAYS Smcerely HONNET 1867 Your Ieweler O O 121 Market Street I. M. WEEKS "WiIrninqton's Laraest Distributor of Diamond Importers" Eye-Ease Paper and Other R E E D ' S School Supplies For a Large Selection of Watches 18 Princess Street and Diamonds Visit Us -Wllmmqtonl N C 7 North Front Street WILLETTS REALTY COMPANY SALES CONSTRUCTION REPAIRS RENTALS 8 North Front Street DIAL 5233 Why Take Less When Pepsi s Best PEPSI COLA BOTTLING CO OF WILMINGTON Inc Best Wishes Ctass ot 50 Odorless Dry Cleaners Standard Paint and Twenty tour TI rteen Market Street Hardware Co TELEPHONE 6267 21 M fket 31,9 t WI riaton N C W inqto N C O I O ll ' u 1 o Pick-Up and Delivery Service to the - ii , . a e i 1111 , . - ihn' ri, . . For Quahty Only In Anmversary and Gracluanon G1tts Berman Iewelers Front and Market Streets For Dramonds of Lastrnq Lovehness USE YOUR CREDIT Wurhtzer Pranos and Organs Maqnavox Racho Cornbrnatrons McGrath 6 Co 108 Market Street DIAL 2 3546 ZENITH RADIOS PHONOGRAPH RECORDS Camera Shop Front and Grace Sts It W111 Pay You To Have TOMS F111 Your Next Prescrlptron Toms Drug Company Front and Market Sts Best Wrshes COASTAL MOTORS Inc Su Ann Shoe Store SHOEMAKEHS School and Ottrce Supphes Footwear For All 200 208 Prmcess Stre t PHONE 2 3332 4 ' V H RCA-VICTOR RAD1oS Congratulations I Compliments To The Class Of 50 Smith's Cleaners GE ' 'CA GEOR B NADY 3540 Oleander Drive l l4 Market Street "Well Pressed ls Well Dressed" Wilmington, N. C. The last Word' PACKARD Ask The Man Who Owns One Hay s Esso Comphm ms of Servrce Statlon Washing Waxing Lubricating Batteries 808 Scum wth S1 Repairing Accessories Atlas Tires 22l5 South Front St DIAL 7725 2325 Market St Road Williams Dry Cleaners . I. 1 I . Cortqratulattons l950 Class Home Furmture Co 23 Market Street Clty Bu11ders Supply Co 218 North Water Street Cortaratulatlons To The Class of 50 KINGOFF S Wllmlnqton s Leadmq Ieweler 10 North Front Street Cortqratulahorts Class of 50 Ed Flelshman 6: Bros MEN S WEAR 223 North Front Street PHONE 7932 Conqratulahons and Best W1shes To The Class of 50 QM S POCKS TRY OUR SHOE SALON Hom: or cmaou: KING Dm-zssss Foy Roe G Company DEPENDABLE MEN S FURNISHINGS C ' O I Wilmirtqtoh, N. C. I 6 0 l h I A H Yopp Plano Co Planes V1ctroIas RGCIIOS and Records Comphmerns MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS AND sUPPLH3s W H McEachern s Sons 209 Prmcess Street PHONE 23722 For A SuccessIuI Llfe Waste Ne1tI'1er Tlme Nor Money SIX The M1l11on Dollar Carollna Bulldlng 61 Loan Assn 201 Prmcess Street WIIITTIDQIOII N C ECCDNOMICAL LQANS WISE INVESTMENTS . .C I I ' A of I ll . .. . .. I Compllments of Manor Theatre 208 MARKET ST Always A Good Show Often A Great Une Best Hot Dogs ln Town Pete s Place 13th and Prrnces Sts CCNGRATULATIONS AND BEST WISHES tlonecl Buses Char See Arnerlca Flrst on Queen Clty Trallways Modern Alr Conch tered SSIVICG to Any Polnt on the North loan Contlnent Servlna Southeastern Unlted States Dally Amer U41 u 35 f i 5, S QUEEN CITY COACH COMPANY 219 Cowan Street DIAL 2 8516 Best Wlshes Conqratulattons To The Class Ct 50 950 NISBET S That Dehqhttul Ltttl Dress Shop at Tfte Bus Stop Front and Crane Class Young Mens Shop lU9 Prlncess Street 1 , . ,, - . . . . 1 . . ' -1 f V "N-is-,C . Alai ' fe Qu. , Q' K Y - -Yr.. 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MILK COMPANY - I . i ' ' ' a od a S 1 ' I I ' The only "Best Mrs ' ' ' ' rl O Nex1To reyslone Hotel Comphmermts ROSE ICE 6 COAL COMPANY Cortqratulohons I arman s Pharmacy A Good Drug Store CIGSS of 50 PHONE 5267 Iames A Manley Post 2573 1520 Market Street Veterans of Forexgn Wars Wllmlnqton N C 12110 Princess Street INSURANCE BONDS 230 Prm ess Street VV1l mrmq ort Norm Corotmo .XL I3 l'I lifl' l", QP I'ltl2Qrlf2 Y Best W t T Th Cl of It 195 O 9 GSS Lena F Westbrook Flonst FOR GOOD I-'OOD COME TO IOHN S GRILL Flowers Carry A Message Let Ours Carry Yours Fltqht Across From The High School PHONE 4968 Founded tn l867 THE WILMINGTON STAR NEWS MORNING EVENlNG SUNDAY Servmq The Whole of Southeastern North Ccrolma Complete State Natronal World News Ot The Assoctated Press and Umted Press WATCH THE STAR NEWS FOR HIGH SCHOOL SPORTS Farrow Brothers Newells Shopprng Center l7t1 and Market Sts Welcomes You To P1-rome 9291 Wrlqhtsvrlle Beach N C For D pettdaole Servtce is N '50 . Qver The Full Leased Wires l . Corrqratulahons To The Graduatma Class Of 1950 Fountcnn Cosmetxcs S ervmce Qi lt Pays To Look Well SERVICE DRUGS People S Barber 8th and Market Sis 21 Prmcess Sireei PHONE 7739 IOE COOK P p Always The Best At Freeman Shoe Co Compllmems Of Shoes That Satlsfy The G1'OCe1'fe1'1CI SfOl'eS 24 North Front Sireel Conqratulatrons to the Class of '50 Drmk ORANGE CRUSH I. C. Penney Company SHOP AND SAVE AT PENNEYS Electric 243 North Front Streei I , ro 1. R. B. W A R R E N GENERAL CONTRACTOR Asbestos Siding Roofing Painting Cement and Brick Work DIAL 2-0129 2202 Princess St. Drive Wilrninqton, North Carolina YOPP FUNERAL HOME PHONE S666 24 Hour Ambulance Service 'KT E H UE HONIE FURNISHINJGS 'FK' ""' rnovr ND DOCK STREETS WILMINGTON N C ...H ..,, A 1 Rf Q' 5 I " '- -4 I . ., I , L 1 'f-1 '-z ,-'fri-he qi E Y. , , Q U it-,a ,t 1 ' 1 , " AQ 1 . X , ' i l 1 I - . - 'T'T1"+-A? , 1 ' A lg- Q 0 li- , cf' . 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