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

 - Class of 1952

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ME ,, 5 'f 1' 3 Qi W 'f' 1, 1, , .7 a Y " ' 8 I W 2 5 X K 1 The buenee Depfxrtment, xxlth Blue Ien'1 Tixlor 'is department he1d offered mfmx and xarled courbes, rmglng from generwl Quence to ehemxxtrx md p xsxu Bxologx ind 'idx meed hl010f.fX rounded out the suence pro g,r'1m If tn rzght Lhlrlex H0111 1 Blllx I pe perform phxxles CYPCYIYTICIII under the xx 1 chful exe of 'Ur Crexu cience offered zliueraion rom the batlfea 0 luafory Page I7 Better 1nd therebx hwppler Cmlen xn the fTYlklHf' xxhu hire the prxxdeves oftered bx our demuerux rexulted from the wur c IH Axmerlvxn 1 x x rld 1 tcrx inn crnnfnt ,, cr hx the SOkll SxlKIlL.l Ihplrtmenr under L lllfllllllw up 0 X r ounw rx Auux Q1 perturxnwec xx is thu 1 1 u ted lx uxn Ilene f1x rep tm Brodx ell language ClaJJeJ 01711661 cluba, an gngfwlz taught Je! To enable '1 student to ex press his thought exactlx to understand to the fullest ex tent the language of his asso crates and to add the beauty of word 'md deeds to his life was the primirs 'um of the I nghsh Deplrtment under the direction of 'VIN Frances Iormx Dux '11 Here is seen 1 tx ptcll cliss of English 12 under X11 s Virginia VValsh Offering four years of Latin, three years of Spanish, and three years of French, the Language Department under the chairmanship of Miss 'Vlarv Lathrop led students by true and tried methods to a mastery of a foreign tongue Oscar Grant in Miss Lath rops Latin II class is seen pointing out the Roman im to his classmates expl'eJ.4l0nf Page I8 M Xliss 'liexys fllorris was the head of the Nlathematics Department which included courses of a practical nature, such as consumer mathe- matics as well as the advanced and highly theoretical courses, such as solid geometry. Bliss Levin and lllary Low are seen studying a problem of angles in Plane Geometry. alla .4tuJent.4 Aouglzf an.4wer4 and clzorud pre.4enlecl opereitaa if f ' 'IW .' 'nfl N Page l9 Fortunate were the students of New Hanover High to have such a divergent num- her of courses from which to select in the lllusic Depart- ment. hir. Sam Taylor had charge of vocal music, while Nlr. Fred Boulcnight taught the instrumental music. This scene from the operetta, Dun- ny Dither, which was pre- sented in December, pictures Grant Armstrong, Hobby Franks, Johnny Thomas, and Graham Burkheimer. Bible l and Bible II were offered by Bliss Xlarion Fis- ler for those wishing to study the Bible from ll historical point of view with some em- phasis given on the applica- tion of Biblical truths to daily living. The class, as evidenced by this picture, added hymn singing to its activities. piritual growth an plzy4ical fitneu were .4tre4.4ecf Page 20 The Health and Physical Education Department under Nlr. Leon Brogden consisted of directed physical activity and health instruction. Its benefit in contributing to physical fitness and social growth was obvious. A typi- cal scene was this in a physi- cal education class. Courded in commerciaf wor an Practicality xx 1s the kesnote of the courses offered in the 'l rade Industrial hducation and Agriculture Department whose chairman was 'Ur Geor e West Students trained IH such courses as Basic Electrlcits and Aircraft Nlechanics became skilled workers The activity of this woodwork class shows the seriousness of their learning, The Commercial Depart- ment, under the direction of Nlrs. Bernice Bjonerud, of- fered '1 varietw of courses which tr uned students to fill xlmost iny ty pe of office post tion A group of e'1rnest would be typists 'ire seen here utilizing, some of the equip ment vsith which the depart ment is adequatelv supplied occupalwna a.4.4ure goo jo 4 41- Book fedtiuals an Art courses offered bv MISS Emma Lossen herself a dls tmgunshed palnter were three ln number Traxmng ln carving lettermg color per spectne house plans bas other phases of art were IR cluded m these courses 'I hew 'llso served the school 'md commumtv ln artxstu. wats m 1 credxtable fashlon Mxss Lossen s class ls shown here husllx CYCTCIQIHQ thenr talents m o1l pamtmg Unique among courses in sec- ondary schools of North Car- olina Was the course entitled Llbrary Servlce, vshlch pre pares students not onlv to use the llbrarw themselves but also to asslst others xn locat mg materlals Helpmg t mamtam attractive and nn trxgumg dlsplays nn the lnbrary was also a phase of thxs work The hbrarlans MISC lVIartha Cromartxe left and Mlss Fannle O Keef, are seen survevmg such an ex hlblt rt empluwzze mer pomta Page 22 . . 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AU e , - 1 6 fy- - ,- as .N The Home Economics De- partment in a beautifully decorated apartment with XIISD lNIar1on DIXOH zu nts coordinator, offered courses not equaled bv any other hlgh school ln the State ln the three courses awallable students learned b2.blC prm clples of proommg clothmg cooking and famlly hung Ads anced puplls had the op portumty of the development of lndxvldual skllls and a more detalled studs prepar mg them for marrmpe or careers uture fwme lc e .Home gconomica prepared for .gov-"'s ge.-J' i Mrs Paulson supervised txhle lppoxntments 1 Qleft to flghtj Llndl Prndgen Put VVood and Rlchel lirldges 1rr1ng,ed them L Ward cllmbed 1 tree uhlle Xlrs YV O lirx mt and Ethel An drews helped Xlartha Ann Uclnms Carol XIcl'erran Xllml Burns and ane Craig, swmg QW 34 in 111 Page 23 The nursers school was the onlv one ln '1 'North Larolmz high school operated as part of the home economics de partment Cnrls bfUdSlDg the chlld-care phase of domestlc sclence have the desnrable prlvllege ot actuallw observ mg and carmg for pre school children Xlnss Frances dan Wh the nurserx school director l'LUeJ Were JMCCBJJ ul, an Fleytlon xxcre 'xlxx 'ix ourne of mugh mtere t im peLul'1t1on 4 I lieth XY h1te L t r e xn the elution ot f' NIU Lourt HELP PUSH UP SALES lXI'1nx drlxes xxere held dur mg, the wurc of thc- xexr Une of thc mu r NULLC fu xx 1 the m iLlllf1C' LlI'lVC' If I to nyhf licttx QITO Lux umm Slhmll md Beth W hlte dx pl lx m lg, llllll' old hx the tudents e ectwna, excztmg a4 Page 24 . l - . gl ' k . 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Q Lv t to rzght ulxan Rogers Y ICC President Irene Emors Seeremrx 'Ind Hnllw XVest Presldent were our verx up able Student Bodx officers Jtucfenl body an cdy 0 zccab were c o4en Page 25 There was alwaws much m terest and enthusiasm as the government classes ran the clty government for a dav Nlltchell Jenkins jaller for a day IS shown xn front ofthe prison bars dxsplaymg hns large set of keys unch time an Be it fifth or sixth, lunch always proved to be the stu- dents' favorite period, for it was a time when they could chat with their friends and relax. after Jclzool were avorite timea l After school there were always groups of seniors on the front steps discussing everything from homework to dances and football games. to c!i.4cu.4.4 coming aflzlelic events, Football games were always exciting as our team came through to win the State Championship. ance.4, Page 27 Perhaps the most outstanding social event of the year, the Junior-Senior Prom, was en- joyed by the juniors as well as the seniors, Jpealzing conte4t4, The Declamatxon Contest offered the studente a chance to lmprove thelr Qpeaklng As Helen Wllllams recewes her award from Mr W R ones lerrs lurcm and Nathan Skxpper look on waiting for their 'tvs ard ll play! The Senior play Best Foot Forward wah verw successful under the d1rect1on of Miss Hovls Several of the cast members 'Ire shown here as they practiced for the productxon Page 28 ending a fun-fined Jclwol Jay 'M-QS' . ra. CIEOOI KOCH' Waa ale Top to bottom. Lffi: CYRUS D. Honor: Attorney J. W. CQRISE iwe Assistant Superintendent E. A. L.-mm' Finance Chairman JAMES S. CRAIG Chairman Buildings a Righl: DR. jour: T. HOGGARD Chairman MRS. C. L. RIEISTER Chairman Elementary J. C. ROE Vice-Chairman I.. T. LANDEN Chairman Insurance Below: H. M. ROLAND Superintendent nd Grounds Education sq' Ji Page 30 MR. DALE KIRK SPENCER The busy man who headed our school helped every individual who sought his wise advice. His announcements in assembly showed his deep concern for the well-being of all students. It was a pleasant and familiar sight to see him eating an ice cream cone as he observed the activities of the lunchroom. He withheld his friendship from no one, and for his smile one needed to pay only a greeting. It is hoped that the school reflected his high ideals in its sportsmanship, scholar- ship, and social events. Admired by both students and faculty for being an excellent organizer, a superh administrator, and a true scholar, New Hanover High Schools principal deserved the credit he received for the successfulness of his school system. if Wm. e principai eiirecleci the Jclwoi fm,-162' a.44i.4leJ by vice-principal, 5eC0llClal'y 46,1001 JUPBFULJOP, NIR JOHN HORION LOUWSBLRY Supervision is 1 serxice CICIIVIU uhich exists to help students and te'1chers create conditions under which all can think 'ind work Xlr Lounsburx s position as super lnvlluable in New Hanoxer High Although his dutle were seemingls undefined thex xx ere boundless From the sma est task of cotching, 1 student who vms deficient in history to repre entmg, llr bpencer at the meeting, of the bouthern Association of becondirx bchools and Colleges 'Hr Lounshurx proxed his north ls isuperwisor MR. GEORGE GRIFFIN BROWN He was interested in each problem simple or complex He was the one who found jobs recommended colleges and dis cussed careers for the puzzled students Since all extracurricular actlvltles and ap pointments connected with them had to be 'lpproved bs him his task seemed endless set he had time to discuss the smallest prob lem with any student or to take Mr Spen cer s place whenever lt was necessary always maintaining his jovial spirit Page 32 ' I x 9 ' K 'Y . 7 . S , . Y I 1 , , , . , ,N , A 1 1 J. A Q C C S N C ' . I .S Y I C I 0 1 n . 1 s K - visor of secondary school education made his assistance s - A 7 V G v v ,- I , I 3 llg 'Z'.fZ.' ' H' ' .Q ' , S . I A . . K . Y s y - - 1- v.- -f - - 4pM""4"' MR PRED CAPPS Mas LAURA HARRISS Dean of Bop Dean of Girls ever wgzlanl eand, an regwtrar Whether for an advance excuse to go to a ball game or for advice concerning intimate problems the deans ln their friendly way lent assistance to any pupil who asked for it and contacted others who needed help in some vsay or another Maintaining, also contact with pupils by classroom teaching they played their double role vuth admirable efficiency and understanding A school directors a compilation of permanent records a class clousness all represented not a librarv or a bureau of statistics but as all in New Hanover High bchool knew the registrar With a ready answer for seemingly 'mv question about the personnel the course of study the athletic program or anything concerning the school, Mm Montgomery vias an indispensable member of e administration Page 33 Miss ELIZABETH MoN'1om1ERY Registrar o o ! o -fgnxs . je'-ur 1 s fi , Y I Y M 1 .Y l Y, . 1 v W schedule, a curriculum bulletin, a standard of friendliness and gra- . -n . 1 . . , y . . . . . , . : V C ' 5 y y u , i Lefl: XIrs. Jane Davis KIiss XIarie Schulken Below: KIr. Arthur XIuore XIrs.Z5'1phia Daniels Xlrs. Ruth Lodor hen alan helped idiafi-.,'1 is .,,,,,,,,,,,-'W I W., I I' THE OFFICE GIRLS lfrunt fozcx ,lean Fisher, Xlary XVingard, Klarcia Dukes, Shirley Shipman, Ihelina Barclift, Pat Fryar, Joan KIC- Kenzie, Edith Bur-ies. Semin! rouu' janet Currin, Betsy Jones, Diane Snakenhurg, Dorothy Rockmere, Betty VValton. P age THE INFIRMARY GIRLS Front mum' Betsy Hurst, Pat Wvilson, XViIma johnson Diane Pope, Peggy Nethercutt. SPFUIIII row: Joan Davis Nancy Towles, Barbara Freeman, Caroline Brown Xlyrtle Downing. to adminiura te i EA We -as..-M""'-wh-. Sfaurlizzgs li. O. Wells, N. R. Skipper, XXHIIICI' Horne, l"rnnl mir, left fu right: Mrs. R. A. Phelps, Ura. Xlzunie Clarence I'i2lfX'CI1,GfCgf1bTy' Farrow. InhL1s,frff1o1'igl1f.' Furgus, Hrs. Godwin, Hrs. lflizztbeth XYells, Xlrs. Blrs. Ruby Bender, Grnhmn Hewlett, Klrs. Wvilson. Lodor. 'Y 4 Fran! ruuf, left to right: Louis Gardner, Mary Bosier, Carrie VVilliams, Hattie Mae Foy, Ernest Beatty. Rau' two: Evelyn NICClain. Page 35 , Front row, leff to right: Xlary Crawford, Marnie Hall, Amanda Curry, George Spicer, Klary Freeman, Addie Nloore. Rau' tuw: Dorothy Brown, Joanne XVhite, Alceniu. Xloore. C in 'fy ' 5 Bliss Jean Bostian Ifome Ifconomifx lVIr. Fred Bouknight Instru men tal fllllsic Air. Wililier Breedlove English II, English I2 lXIrs. Josie Brock U. S. Hisiory' lNIr. Leon ' B rogden Plzyximl Ifzlumrion Klr. VVilliam Brooks Biology, ljffllffllftblllll Trends lx 'lx Klr. Bernard Ahlin Senior Srienfe, General iwefals, Basic Eleftricity llr. Heyward C. Bellamy Biology., Cliemisiry Blrs. Mary Bellamy Spanish I, Spanish 2 Mr. William E. Bergeron ' G07i'?flI7llFIlf, li. S. Itistory Xlrs. Bernice Bjonerud Offife iWarlzi11e.v, Dictation and Transrription Nlfsgt. Orbin Bordeaux R.O.T.C. he faculty with great patience Win. ,S , at J J ,K I ,M Klr. Thomas Preston Brown l'il'f'lIl'tl, Plane GP07l1z"f7'j' , i,lii Miss Katherine Brown Shortlmnd, Typing I "-' A illrs. Emma Bryant Nursery , it f i., ef 9 i Q-...... Rflr. Fred Capps English II Klr. John D. Charlton C hem isfr y Nlr. Rlarshall Crews Physits A 3 .3 Page 36 Miss Nlartha Cromartie Library Service Nlr. Jasper Davis Physical lfrlumtion Sgt. lfc John R. DeMarra R.O.T.C. Nliss Marian H. Dixon Family Li-ving Mrs. Maurice Durham U. S. History, Pforld llistory lllr. Alton V. Finch Business English, Typing I Jeruecl the Atuclente well A 1' 'Wu , ff LM I , , I f W . ,,, . i s L Miss Frances jordan Nursery School Mr. Robert R. Lamb Dislributiwe Ifiluealion Consumer Rexearrli lNIrs. Elise S. Lane Biology Miss lxlllfj' Lathrop Latin lliss Pauline Levin Jlgelzm ll, Plane Geoinelry Xliss Emma Lassen llforlzl llislory, .lrr 1, ll, 111 -- ,::- 1 1 an . -. if 3 -i Miss Nfarion Fisler Bible I, Bible Il Miss Frances Formy Duval English IZ Mr. Cyrus D. Gurganus Goifernrnent, Sorial Living Nlrs. Laura W. Harriss English 9, English I0 lVIrs. Mary E. Hood Elementary Bookkeeping Advanced Bookkeeping lVIiss Doris Hovis DfllIlIHfll'S, Speerh, English gf-rv' 'Hi if 4 Q XJ' or Page 37 l'1 ,,. x x-.M f 4 Q ? ' Y ,, i i W M if-A rw- 'f Fe N ,if M sf' " 'FW-A a iz. iz-, WM . Q ,, RN ' - ::r' .ASPs .1.I.l. lx' xgv iff. . ami, 5 xv, 'Y-ii' og ' .Q 'fi 2 4 il , , l'5",ne r v ji W" Q ,dk if fa , 'V in Q . X ' ' f.,,f-..,v Nlrs. Margaret Paulson ffome Ifroliolliifs llliss Rebecca Russ U. S. ffffiory llliss lllaie Sanders Jlgrbro ll, Blr. john H. Lounsbury Secondary Srhool Slzpzfrwisoz llflr. lllalcolm lllclleod AlFlIl1'LUO7'k I, II Xlrs. Xlziry XY. Xlintz lfnglish 11 Xliss Texys Klorris l1Il'UIlI1l't'Il Jlgrlfra, Solid Geonirfry Nlrs. Charles B. Newcoinh Ellgfixll I1 Miss Fannie f,lK6'Pf Library Sf'1'7'iz'z' in gui ing their learnin 9 ff if lllrsi Burrows Smith ll':lIgli.Vll IU, lzillgfixll ll Lt. Rob S. Smith R.0.'l'.C. lllr. xvllliiilll Speacht 1,11-!'.Vil'lIl l'iIlll4illfi0ll, Biology -e A M ' sl N f E ,Ar 'V Pcge38 Miss Nlartha Stack Y Sfumixlz I, Enylisli I0 Nlrs. Xyldu C. Stanley General Ifusinrss, Consu mer Klrs. Eliza IJ, Symmes lfnglixh IU, .I0lll'llI1'li.VIl1 llliss Lena Taylor Biology, .'1ll'Z'!lI1l'l'!l Biology Xlr. Samuel Taylor Voml 1llfIll5il', Theory llflr. Conway Thornhurgh Gowrnrlzfnt, English II flflzll h wwf' Nlrs. Elizabeth Tillery Typing 1, Shortlzanfl Xlrs, ,lean 'l'illitt Plzysiml ifzlzzmlimz Nlr. Daniel lf. Todd, -lr. English 10, Biology lVIrs. Louise H. Turner l5'11.vi1' illalll. Plane Gfoniftry Sgt. lfc John H. Vincent R.O.T.C. lNIiss Virginia Wvalsh Englixh 10, English I2 an mofcfing their c aracfer f 4514-W" WW lliss U'Keef :md Nliss Cromartie char while they Cam- logue new lwonlcs. i Page 39 llliss Klilfj' C. XKVZITYCII Gl'llf'I'IIl flfafll, illgwlnvl l, Il Rlr. George VVcst Dirrffor of 'llrmlr mul lllllllfffilll f':IIglIlt't'l'iIIU mul .'lgrii'11ll11rf' Nlrs. George lvvst Typing 1, ll, Uffirf' lllIIlt'lliIlt'.V Nliss llzirgaret A. YVilli:1m. lv. S. ffisfory lllr. Charles YVolff lyoozluiorl' 1, II llujor David li. Vvright R.U.'l'.C. 1 Qin' , y i'i , in 4 1 iiuyxa A M iss Texys Klorris inspects the polslu-drons made by her Solid Geometry studc-nta 1. ,Q ' , s,. P X . Q 1 QM: ,ww 1 W, L ff Clafuea of Seniom f A I 4 V 3 sophomores juniord iz 043 'N 1 L , X J L WM. t 'X Nursery school Q, 1, N "'-Q 'Q 3, is vw if 1-.4."' . "L Q .. Nbr. 4 -in I!! iv . A Page 41 5,1 Qu in au... Bnlls Costas Ex a hefalas Rnchard Rogers Suzanne Shepherd Pat Shlpp Don Tawlor enaiord O LCGV5 Claw 673 Lrf! to righf .' Peggy XVZIYFFII, Sec retzlry- Iireasurer Shirley Council, President Nancy Knox, Vice-President Page 42 AHRICNS, ICUGENIA EVTILYN. Legislature Representzltive 3, Spanish Club fSeeretz1ry 3, Vice- President 4l, Government Club 4. ANl7RlCANUPOl.Ul.'S, .IUHN ANDREVV. Homeroom Chairman l, R.O.'l'.C. 2, 3, 4, junior Varsity liziseball 2, Basketball 2, Government Club 4, D. U. Club 4. BARCLIFT, TIIELNIA COLE. GAA 1, Latin Club l 2 lSecret'1ry 23 Declimwtion l 3 4 Ctimls . D '1m'ttic: Clubl 4 'ri-Hi-Y . 4 "2- Prexident l President 2 Vice-President 3 Biology Club 2 Junior llav C'1st 3 lXfI'tjorette 3 4 Seni- tor 3 Student Government lxadio Progmm 3 Scrib- bler Club 3 Government Club 4 lbeeretiril Freneh Club-4 D-teeutive Council bee Ireqs 43 Bible Club l 'N lIl0Ull Honor Soueti 4 BARWHIII HARRY IHONIAS RO TC 2 3 Legislftture Repre entfntlve 1 Distributive Lduw tion Club 4 ali laai 7 QI! aww-atv 'g BATILS .IOANNE WHI1 NEY Dramatics u l 7 Bisketbqll l beribb er Cub l A all 7 Bible C Henry Ilterirv Soueti l 7 4 f AA l 2 Softball 1 2 Art md Crift I Homeroom Chairman 2 Red Cro Repre entdtlve 2 laxidermy Club 2 unior Plat Committee 3 Covernment Club 4 bpxnish Club 3 4 IS CIXVPNIYN IPI' Bible Club I ibmry Club 3 4 BA I LX IUS ANNA HARRX fovernment Club 4 BLHRINNIJ5 I'RhDlLRlClx OTTEN Latin Club l 7 3 Government Club 3 French Club 4 lPree1dentJ BELL JOYCE 'VIAE BELLAMY FRANCES LOUISE Tri H1 Y l 2 3 4 Treasurerl Pres1dent3Q Latin Clubl 2 GAA1 2 Legislature Representative 2 3 Social Marshal 3 Library Club 3 fPres1dentD Scrlbblers Club 2 3 O Henrv Literary Society 3 udlcial Marshal 4 Glee Club 4 Spanish Club 3 4 Decla mation Contest 3 semi finalsj Government Club 4 Wildcat Staff 4 fblrculation Managerl Press Association Conference 4 BENNET'1 REX CARPENVI ER Diversified Occupations 4 R O T C 3 4 Government Club 4 BLARE ALICF SINIPSON O Henrs Literarw Socretv 1 Government Club 4 al ter three year.4 of hare! Atuzly BLAND ROBERT EARL. Bible Clubl 2 D.O. Club 3 4 Government Club 3 4. BLANION BETTY LOU. FHA 1 GAA 1 Scribblers Llub l Volleyball 1 2 Basketball l 2 Red Cross Representative 2 Homeroom Chairman 2, Government Club 4. BOADO, EMIL EDWARD. Belmont Abbey 1: Freshman Class President, bt. John's Society, St. Benedict's Society, Beta Alpha Sigma, Monogram Club. New Hanover High School: Football l, 2, 3, 4, Basketball 2, 3, 4, Baseball 4, R.O.T.C. 3, 4, Glee Club 4. BORDEAUX, BARBARA ANN. Latin Club I, 2. Government Club 4. BORIES ILDI I H X ALI"N'1IXF I31oIogJ Llub O Hen I mrirx Some 1 Ir1bbIer Llub 7 5 -I X IIIOHII Honor Nou l U I I5 Inlltor -IJ r H13 XI I S UI N 1111 u UIIIUI 1 C run moro lLll I cg, I1 em C me ll 1 ctmi 1 u 1 I ee 1 1r Ii I 'uerib Lluv 1n1 I1 Llub CI e 1 -I X1 e Ire 3 'N mon 1I Honor Somers 3 -I Lor bee -IJ H IIIOXCTIIII Stir! -I Iliu me XIg,r J Clow C1'11ll1CI1lL,IUI3 -I Pl u Lom 3 BUXI I' S I,H'1I I IS AX hl IN Iilologg Llub oru I -I bpini I1 L u x ernment Llub -I BR-XIJSHAXN XWALIIR I -Xl' I Red Lro H I I I L 7 I -I Noneoinmi loned Lluh 7 Lrielx Plxtoon 7 Honor L inlet Lo L 3 Hmeriein legion Art -Xu 1rd 3 111 or Ilu L n Sou il X1 1r hal -I they user! Senzor teps W? BRINDELL JOHN XIOW IIGOWIERY. A n 1 2 Sp'1niyhLlub3 -I M 1iQ'1ie' -I '- ernment Llub -I. IIRINKLEY ROBERT FRANCIS. I"ootb'1II I Red Cross Reprepentative 2 9p'1ni:h Llub 3 R.O. I.L,. 2 3 -I unior PI15' Lommittee 3 Lr ck I I'1toon 3 Ser1,e'1nts Club 3 -I L1overnmentLlub -I. 'lvl' I AY IQVLE - IiVIfRli'l" ' I. C overn- ment Club -I Social Living., Club -I. BRUVVER, ZALMA. BRONVN, BETTY ANN. Legislature Represen- tative 2, Distributive Education Club 4, Govern- ment Club 4. BRUYVN, JERRA Vlili. Latin Club 2, Govern- ment Club 4, Diversified Occupations 4, Homeroom Chairman 3, FHA 1. BROXVN, ODEY SINIITH. R.O.'1'.C.2,3, Span- ish Club 3, 4, Government Club 4, Sergeants' Club 3. BROXVN, PATRICIA ANN. Latin Club 2, 3, Government Club 4, YVildcat Stall 4. anal gleefully exerciaecl BROXVN, SHIRLEY GRACE. FHA l, Scrib- blers' Club 1, GAA l, 2, 4, Basketball 1, Z, 3, 4, Volleyball l, 2, 3, 4, Softball l, 2, 3, 4 QCaptain 32, Government Club 4. BRONVN, VVI LEY LEVVIS. BROVVN, NVILLIANI KENNETH. judicial Marshal 3, Taxidermy Club 3, Legislature Repre- sentative 4, D.U. Club 4. BRGVVNlNG, RLBY CATHERINE. Library Club 2, Latin Club 3, 4, Government Club 4, llis- tributive Education Club 4, 4-H Club 2, 3, 4. 19' HRLLP LORNI I l-XANX PHHXI 7 XW1lmlL1r L mrter 1 7 7 ll 1 Lrlft 1 we X ldL1f Llrnul it on Nt 111 Rui Lm Rv we mn 1 1 L uh 4 Cmmrmmnt Llum I l1Llt B lclcphum llxruturx LKHTIIUI ll x r H lIll!TlL Llu Ll NANLH Rl Ill fl l1W I un 7 urn Rap 7 Lhurh ulu is ul Lhur nr 45 ll H Lluw lap! 11 L an AX l 'N -XII 1 I mr l Lmxcrnxmnt Llu HMXN XX il lilblz L uw Hmueroom L41 mm III 3 4 Spun h Llub 3 4 Umor U L lml 4 lelcphrmc 4 4 Wnldut lxmng, Std 4 other Jenwr prwz eges X XI R mux IXXXQI um x xr.W1Lu.,1 NVUN 4 Lmurmm L lllh H1 lj MM lil L lx ml wp B040 UW 4 Cmxernm Llulv r emt 1 RX3 LlHX XXIII mp1 nu rum n Lluw BUTLER EUGENE BYRD INATHANT HOOKS Band 1 2 3 4 ROTC 1 2 3 4 Spanish Club 3 Government Club4 CARNEY ROY JAMES LARROLL WILHELVIINA FHA 3 Bible Club Diversified Occupatione 4 under capable leaclerafup CARTER, ALlN'IA JEAN. Government Club 4, Diversified Occupations 4. CAYTON, HALLET. CHADWICK, ROBERT ALEXANDER. Gov- ernment Club 4. CLARK, INIARGARET DAVIS. Biology Club 1, Dramatics Club 1, 2, 3, 4 QSecretary 3J, Tri-Hi-Y 3, 4, Junior Play 3, Declamation Contest 1, 2, 3 Cfinals 2, 3J, French Club 4, Arts and Crafts 4, llixed Chorus "A" 4, Government 4. CLARIS. PEGGY bblr, CLEI AND HELEN IDA bpamsh Club 5 4 Government Club 4 CLEMlNIO'Nb IHONIAS EDWARD Band l 2 3 4 Band Club 1 2 3 4 Tenms Ie1m 3 4 ROFI C 1 7 3 bergeantb Club 2 3 Spmlsh Club 3 4 CTrea5 -H Government Club 4 H1Y 1 2 3 4 CVICC Presxdentl ZJ ud1ualXIar5hal4 COIPEY NEI IIE SUI' Cxovernment Club 4 Soclal Lxvmg Club 4 0 JBIZLOI' C 615.4 0 lCeI'.4 COLENIAN DONALD Boxs Chorusl Vlxxed Chorus 2 3 4 5 Cheerleader 2 Marriage of Vanette' 2 lllzkado 3 Il altz Dream 4 Danna Dzlhrr 5 Biology Club 4 Qpreildent CONNELL ,IAIWES NORTHERN COOK MAX VVAL'I OIN Bxology Club l Ser geants Club 3 Government Club 4 COOPER HARRIS BENJAMIN RO'I C 2 3 4 Sergeants Club 3 4 'Noncommmnoned Offi cers Club 3, 4 Government Club 4 CORBL FT NI-XRIAN HFLEN L tm 1 2 'Hmed Chorus A 2 3 4 Glrls Chorus Operetta 2 3 4 fWal'z Dream Mzkado Danny Dztlzerj Government Club 4 Blble Club 3 4 CPreQxdent 49 CORL HENRY KAY JR H1Y I 2 3 4 Latm Club 1 2 Pres Homeroom Chaxrman l Red Cross Rep 2 Dramatxcs Club 4 Treas Govern ment Club 4 Wildcat Staff 4 Jumor Plas Com udxclal Marshal 4 COSTAS VVILLIAXI IHONIAS Latln Club I 2 3 fPre lj RO FC 2 3 4 Sergeante Club 3 Officers Club 4 Crank Platoon 3 Red Cross Rep 1 Homeroom Chaxrman 2 H1Y1 2 3 Sen ate 4 Qljarllamentarlanj Government Club 4 Tele phone Dxrectorw Com 4 Handbook Com 4 COUNCIL SHIRLEY S FANLEY Homeroom Charrman l Vice Free Freshman Class Dramatlcs Club 1 2 O Henry Lxterars Society l 2 Sc b blers Club 2 3 Trl H1Y 1 2 3 4 QSCC l Pres 21 Blologv Club I udlcxal lvlarshal 2 Wildcat Clrculatlon Staff 2 Feature Edltor 41 umor Play tlonal Honor Souet1 3 4 QReeordmg Secj PSTC 4 Hanovernan 4 Government Club 4 H0mCCOmlDg Spomor 4 H'1tt'1l1on Sponsor 4 Semor Class Pres R111 Court 4 they Lough! callmg carala, eox IL JOHN HARVM Agnculture 2 3 4 ROTC 3 3 +11 3 4 COVIL NIORNIA I' ILEI1 N COVINLFION SCO1 1 ROBLRT R O 'I C l 2 R1He lweam Homeroom Chalrman 4 Govern ment Club 4 D O Club 4 KVICC Pres 4D COX BEI IY CAROL Cholr 1 Homeroom Chaxrman 2 Dramatles Club 2 3 4 umor Play Commlttee 2 3 Spamsh Club 3 4 CSCCICIHYX 4 Southern lnterseholastle Presb ASSOCITYIOH Conven txon 3 Seeond Prme Scrlbbler Poetrv Contest 3 Hanoverun Start CPhotopraph1c Ldltor 4D Dra matlem Club Plas CBus1ness 'Xlanagerj I' FA 4 Government Club 4 1 -f , ' 1 - , 3 4 . .. L . Zi , , - Q 11 11 - 1 4 1 - 1 1 1 - 1 , .1 h - 1 1 ' 1 ' , C, . . , , , . 1 . 1 L 1 ' ' 1 1 1 1 1 C 1 - 1 '91 1 4 " 3 C 5 . , . , ' 7 , 1 1 . '1 1 f1 1 . , l A . f 1 1 , , S. , . . . . , , , . X1 1 1 i 1 1 1 1 U ' 1 1 ' 1 1 1 ' - - 1 1 1 1 ' ' Y N Y , . , . . 1 11 -1 ' 1' 1 , , A . , - .. f .f, . , 7 . . 1 . 1 1 - 1 1 ' . , 1 1 fl i, , . . 1 1 5 - 1 1 ' ' 1 1 1' ' 1 -' . 1 . . I Q . 1 , 1.1 1 1. . 1 . . 1 Q 1 ' 11 . 1 . , 1 1 Com., Gxrls State 3, Senator 3 CSeeretarv 45, Na- . 1 x. V W . N . 1 ' 1 . , . 1 1 1 1 . 1 1 . L . , 1 1 . , .f .., I 1 1 . O . 1 7 1 1 1 . 1 - ' 1 1 1 1 , . . . 1. ..., , , . 1 1 1 ,L . 4 .1 . 1 1 1 1 1 11,1 1. 1 , I l, . . . . . ., . , 1 . 1 1 1 1 ' 1 ' 1 - , 1 1 ' . . 1 ,V1 1 1 1, . 1 ' 1 1. .11 N . 1 1 1 1J 1 ' ' 'E Y N V -'1 1 1 1 . D1 1- - .1 11 .1 . . R 'V . , . . - N 1 . 1 . 1 . , , r 1 Yu R , 5 ' . , Y .E ' 2 y 1 ' fb 5 -M 1 V Q- U 1, K. d . .. . , , V 1 DANN, ELIZABETH ANN, Scribblers' Club 1, FTA 1, Z, "B" Band 2, High School Band 3, 4, R.O.T.C. Band 3, 4, Spanish Club 3, 4, Govern- ment Club 4. DANNIILNIBAU XI ROBILRI football 1 Baa ketball 1 Baseball 1 bu nmmf, lelm l 2 3 4 H1 Y l 2 3 4 Homeroom Chalrm U1 l Red Crow Rep 7 bpamah Club 3 4 Qlrens 3 -H Crovern ment Club 4 Qbgt lf Armsl bergexnta Club 3 RO 1 C 2 3 4 lJI'iITl2iIl Club 4 unxor P11 3 ,Iudxexal Nlarbhal 4 DAX Ib CARNILR LONE. bpambh Club 2 3 4 RO'1 C 3 4 S Officers Club 5 bergeants Club 4 Government Club 4 Football 4 DAVIS JOAN Leglblature Rep 2 Red Cross Rep 2 GAA2 FHK3 L1brary3 4 Goxernment Club 4 Social Living Club 4 'sv lb' predentezl Jemor play, 42 S- 4 TI' DAVIb XIARX IN IOSEPH Footballl Baaket ball 1 2 bwlmmlng, learn 2 Red Crow Represen tatnve I Homeroom Chalrmfxn I Blologs Club 2 Chalrmanj Legislature Rep 3 Co ordlnatlng Commxttee 3 YVelf1re Commnttee 3 boclal Nlar shall 3 Spanish Club 3 4 betretarx Magazme Drive 3 lheapxan Plax lhe Y lllant .J R O 1 C 2 3 4 Honor Cadet Co B 3 Battallon Dustin gulshed Ctdet 7 3 berpeints Club 3 OECCYN Club 4 QVILC l re J Compam Commander C 4 Student Government Radio lrogram 3 Crovern ment Club fPI'CSldCl'lIJ 4 DAN Ib ROBPRI IOHN C1overnmentClub4 RO'IC12DO Club4 DEbCHAVIPb BRLCIL WAY 'WE Spannsh Club 2 3 RU I C 2 3 Government Club 4 DICKSOV .IOHN HINES Band2 3 4 RO TC Band 2 3 4 bpamsh Club 3 4 KVICC Presl Government Club 4 DRIGGERS, PEGGY JEAN. Biology Club 1, O. Henry Literary Society 2, 3, 4, Bible Club 2, Spanish Club 3, 4, FHA 2 QSecretaryJ, Scribblers' Club 3, 4, Arts and Crafts Club 4, Wildcat Staff 4, Government Club 4, Dramatics Club 4. DUNN, WILLIS EARL. Dramatics Club l, 2, 3, "What a Life" l, Spanish Club 3, Government Club 4, R.O.T.C. 2, 3, Sergeants' Club 3, Biology Club 1. DURHAM, TRAVIS JACKSON. Football 1, Basketball l, Government Club 4, French Club 4, Homeroom Chairman 4. EDWARDS, HENRY OTTIS. D.O. Club 3, 4 fPres. 41, Government Club 4. anal faztlzfully attendee! EDWARDS JANICE DAPHINE Bible Club 1 2 Secretary Zi Dramatics Llub l 3 Latin Club 2 3 fVice Pres 23 Operetta Waltz Dream Red Cross Rep 1 Government Club 3 Sec J EFIRD CLAUD LEE Latin Club 1 2 HIY 12 3 4 Klick Clubl ROTC 2 3 4 Crack Platoon 2 Sergeants Club 2 3 Distinguished Cadet 1 Assistant Chief udlcxal Marshal 3 unior Play Government Club 4 QSgt at Armsj Legislature Rep 4 President Protempore of House 4 ELLIS ROBERT IOUIS H Y l 2 3 4 ROTC 2 3 4 Sergeants Club 3 Officers Club 4 A Bandl 2 3 4 Government Club 4 Span ish Club 3 4 EMORY IREINE ELLIS Exec Com 4 Dra matics Club 1 2 What a Life 1 Klick Club O Henry Literary Society 1 2 Biology Club 1 Legxs lature Rep 1 Scribblers Club 2 3 Girls State 3 Delegate to S I PA Convention 3 Play Com 3 Spanish Club 3 4 IVICC Pres 3D Arts and Crafts Club 2 Mixed Chorus A 4 Secretary Student Body 4 Editor in Chief of Wildcat 4 Delegate to N C P SA 4 'lele hone Director Com. 4 Gov P Y ernment Club 4 Handbook Com 4 Senate 3 Tri H1 Y 4 EYVARD, LILA MAE. Distributive Education Club 4, Government Club 4. EZZELL, BARBARA AN N. Government Club 4. FARMER, CHALNCEY GRAHAM. Basket- ball l, 2, Hi-Y 2, 3, 4 Clreasurer -lj, R.U.'l'.C. 2, 3, 4, Crack Platoon 2, Xoncommissioned Officers' Club 3, Officers' Club 4, judicial hlarshal 3, Home- room Chairman 3, Spanish Club 4, Legidlature Rep. 4, Government Club 4, Swimming Team 4. FARR HELEN ELAINE. Government Club 4 VVildc'1t Stab' 4 Basketball te'un l. atlzletzc events ancf cheered FARROXV CAIHERINE ALLEY FLACK FAYE HQBBS Outstanding Service Award 1 Girls Choir 1 lNIixed Chorus A 4 Mixed Chorus B 2 Girls Glee Club 3 Softball team 3 l'l OWFRb FAY COLLlNlb Future Homemak ers of America I Government Club 4 Dl5fflbUtlVC Occupation Club 4 FRYAR PAT RICIA AINW Xlrxed Chorus A 1 2 3 4 Operettal 2 3 4 Glee Club Conven tion 3 Scribblere Club 2 Government Club 4 unlor Play Committee 3 FUTRELL HELEN FAYE B1ologv Club 1 Legislature Representatlve l O Henry Lxterary Soclets l Latm Club 1 2 Red Cross Representa txve 3 Spamsh Club 3 4 Government Club .3 GALPHIN ROBLRI JAXILB R O TC l 2 Government Club 4 DlbIflbUtlYC Occupations 4 GARVER DORIS RAE. Latm Club 1 2 Qbee retary I Presldent 2D Le xslature 1 2 Blologx Club 4 Natlonal Honor boclety 4 GARREI li ,IANICL XVEVDELL Latm Club 1 2 rlreaeurer lj Dramatxu Club l Xlnced Chorus A I 2 3 4 Mikado 2 lflalrz Dream 3 umor Plu Committee 3 thear team to :factory FFORCF NIAXINIIN FI l lOl li Crmernment Club 4 Cfl lIlxI'N IDL RI' IO CAA I 2 3 4 Tr1Hn 1 2 3 4 Qbeeretars 41 l mn Club 2 3 ernment Club 4 Buble Club 2 3 N monal Honor Socxetx 4 C ODW lN IANILS Cl YDE Football l 2 Spam h Club 3 7 lbeeretarx 2 X1eePres1dent 34 Ba c-bull XI nn ILFI' 2 Homeroom Chairman 2 Gov ernment Club 4 1 lrea urerl C1C DWIN DON Al IJ PHII LIP H Y 2 Gus ernment Club 4 U1 trlbutne Oeeupatlons 4 'C GODVVIN, ROSA KELLY. Outstanding Service Award l, Science Essay Award l, Biology Club 1, 2, O. Henry Literary Society l, Z, 3, Scribblers' Club 1, 2, 3, Latin Club 1, 2, Tri-Hi-Y 1, 2, 3, 4, Government Club 3, junior Play Program Com- mittee 3, French Club 4, l"'l'A 4, Operetta 4, Han- overian Staff 4. GORE, THOMAS BLAINE. Baseball 1, 3, 4, Basketball l, 2, 4, R.O.'l'.C. 2, 3, Sergeants' Club 4. GOVVER, BILLIE JEAN. Government Club 4, Distributive Occupations Club 4. GRANT, MARY LYNNE. Choir 1, NVildcat Stall 1, 2, 3, Government Club 4, Homeroom Chair- man 4. ever a duff moment Q37 C'RA'N'l WALTER BLRI' Baseball l 3 4 Basketball 1 2 3 4 Pootballl 2 3 4 Secretarv of Elections 4 Spanish Club 2 3 CPres1dent 2D Government Club 4 National Honor Society 4 GRELN LLOYD GARRISON A Band 1 2 Spam h Club 3 4 Government Club 4 GUlNIB ALBERI XIELXIN Pootballl Basket balll 2 4 Baseballl 2 3 Swimming Team l 2 udicial Nlarshal 3 4 CCh1ef 'llarshal 43 H Y l 2 3 4 Executive Council 4 Latin Club 2 3 Gov ernment Club 4 Dramaties Club I 2 GCRGAINIOLS JANE EXINIA Spanish Club 3 4 Cxovernment Club 4 IJISIFIBUIIXC Educltion Club 5 l HALES EDITH LOU DlSIf1bUflVC Education Club 4 Government Club 4 Lxbrary Club 3 HANCHEY VVALLACE TA'IE Latm Club 2 3 CTreasurer 22 Government Club 4 Nlatxonal Honor Soclets 4 HARDILE XVlLl IANI KENNEI H Wh1tev1lle Hrgh School Football l Nlonogarqm Club l New Hanover Hlgh bchool Baseball l 2 4 Football 2 Spanlsh Club 3 4 CTreasurer 3D Government Club 4 HARDIN 'NIARX ALLAN latm Club 1 2 CPres1dent 21 lixology Club l fsecretarvl Scrlb blers Club 2 Homeroom Charrman 2 Government Club 3 Spanlbh Club 3 4 Trl H1 Y 2 3 CTreas urer 3D was the keynote o Aenwr lc e HARRLI l ROBLRT RAY Government Club 4 RO'l C 2 3 4 Sergeants Club 3 Ofllcers Club 4 Colf I3e'1m 3 4 HARRI4 Ll FRANK FS Pl IZABILTH HARRELSON FRAVCLS PArl RICIA Blology Club l Spinlsh Club l 2 Arts and Crafte Club 4 Government Club 4 HARRIQS CEORGE lqtm Club 1 2 HARRISS, VIRGINIA BOLLES. Dramatics Club I, Latin Club 1, 2 QPres. IJ, Scribblers' Club I, 2, Legislature 2, judicial Marshal 2, Pres. Sophomore Class, Spanish Club 3, 4, Senate 3 QSec.J, Coordinating Com. 3, Tri-Hi-Y 3, 4 QVice- Pres. -H, Class Play Com. 3, Biology Club 4, Dele- gate NCEDSCC 3, Government Club 5 CSec.j, Social Marshal 4, Homecoming Sponsor 4. HATCHER, BARBARA ANN. Cheerleader 1, 2, 3, 4 Cassistant head 45, Homeroom Chairman I, Biology Club I QPres.Q, Latin Club QSec. I, Pres. Zj, May Court 2, 3, Dramatics Club l, 4, Judicial llarshal 2, Circulation Staff Wildcat 3, Homecom- ing Sponsor 2, Pres. junior Class, Senate, 3, Junior Play Co., unior Rep. of PSTC, National Honor Society 3 4 Hanoverian Stall 4 French Club 4 Cbec Legislature 4 lCIerkJ Govt Club 4 QRe porterj ROTC Sponsor Co IJ 4 HAWI HORNIL VALGHIN IILRRILY Latin Clubl 2 RO I C 2 3 4 Government Club 4 HINSON ROXANWA GWYNNL TFIHIY 1 2 3 4 Treasurer 21 Declamatronsl 2 3 QWIHDCY 31 Dramatics Club 1 4 Spanish Club 2 3 IVICC Pres ZQ Scrlbblers Club 2 3 Library Club 2 3 4 CSec 2 Yicelres 33 jud1ciaINIar shal 4 walk alwaya a oo to the uture +L? l 11 f HOBBS RICHARD CLAUD Football 1 2 Baseballl 2 3 4 Legislature Rep 3 Homeroom Chairman 4 RO FC 2 3 Sergeants Club 3 Government Club 4 HODGIN HIJBERT HOWARD Red Cross Representative 1 Latin Club 2 ROTC 2 3 4 Sergeants Club 3 Officers Club 4 Spanish Club 3 4 QTrea.surer 39 Government Club 4 fVlCC Pres J Legislature 4 QChapla1nJ HOLDER JOHN WAYN E HOI DER YVADE SCOTT Freshman Football l unior Varsity Football 2 ROTC I 2 Sergeants Club 2 Rifle Team 2 DO Club 4 Government Club 4 lChapla1nj HOLLIDAY, XIARY ALICE. Government Club 4, D.E. Club 4. HOLLIS, CHARLES XVHl'l'E. Latin l, R.O. TC I 7A"A"B'md1 7 3 4 HiY I 2 3 4 ..,-1, ' v"r1y ' views Dance Band 3, 4, Government Club 4, fllixed Chorus 4. HOOD -IOSIQIH NVlLl lA'X1S JR. Arts and Cr'1fts Club l Red Cros: Rep. l 'lxixidermy Club 1 Latin Club l 2 CSecret'1ry l lxlick Club 1 'Joey Club l Hi-Y l 3 4 QTre'1surer Bwseball Te'1m l R.O.'ll.C. Bull Committee 3 4 Bnologx Club 2 HUCRABI' E PAY JOX CL some applzecl for college entrance INGRANI JAMES ERNIOGENE Klnck Club l Football l Basketball 2 Red Cross Representa tlve 1 House of Representatxves l udxcnal 'Vlarshal 2 3 Crack Platoon 2 3 Honor Cadet 2 3 H1Y 2 3 4 Coordmatmg Commnttee 3 4 fPresxdent 4D 'Nloncommxssloned Officers Club 3 CSecj State Student Councll Congress 3 Student Congress Co ordmatlng Committee 3 ROTC 2 3 4 Officers Club 4 Junior Class Senator 3 Spanlsh Club 3 4 fPres1dent -H Government Club 4 Qpresndentj INNIS NIARCUS KVEALE Government Club 4 R O T C I 2 Commercial Club 4 JANICKI MARY ELIZABETH Arts and Crafts Club l 2 Future Homemakers ofAmer1ca 1 Curls Athletxc Assocxatnon l Bxology Club 2 Government Club 4 JARRELL CHARLES BRENT Football 1 Diversified Occupations Club 4 CSecJ Govern ment Club 4 JENKINS, JOHN RIITCHELL, III. Iiliclc Club I, Hi-Y 1, 2, 3, 4, R.O.'I'.C. 2, 3, 4, Sergeants' Club 3, Crack Platoon 3, Junior Play 3, Govern- ment Club 3, Judicial blarshal 3, Homeroom Chair- man 3, 4, National Honor Society 3, 4 lI'resident -I-J, Oflicers' Club 4, French Club 4 Clrezisurerl, Assistant Chief Xlarshal 4. JOHNSON, CARL VERNON. R.O.'l'.C. 2, 3, 4, Sergeants' Club 3, 4, Crack Platoon 4, Swimming Team I, 2, 3, 4, Biology Club I, Government Club 4. JOHNSON, CAROLYN AIJELAIDE. Red Cross Representative 1, Spanish Club 3, 4, Future Homemaker Club 3 4 Government Club 4 JOHNSON MARY SXII I H Bible Club I 4 lri Hi Y I Spanish Club 3 4 Government Club 4 N ttional Honor Societi 4 and dough! Jclzolaralupa M K JONES BRLCE WALPON Latin Club 2 3 Glee Club 3 4 Operetta 3 Government Club Ixlick Club 1 JONES IJHII LIP WIRI Shawnee Jr High Band I Loui xille Nlale High Band 2 Spanish Club 7 RO I C l Hiologi Club 2 N H H S R O I C l Bind 2 3 Student Band Director 2 blee Club 4 Government Club 4 Operetta 4 JORDAN HEI IY JANE Choir I Government Club 4 Diver :hed Otcupations Club 4 JORDAIN NIILIJRED ELAINE JORDAN ROBERF FREDERICK JR 4H Club 1 2 3 4 QPres1dent 3 V1cePres1dent 43 Future Farmers of America 1 2 3 4 QTreasurer 3 Presldent 41 Government Club 4 Sergeant at Arms KANNON PAIRICIA ANN Scrxbblers Club 1 2 Arts and Crafts Club 2 French Club 3 Llbrary Club 2 3 -I- QDISITILI Treasurer 3J Gov ernment Club 4 Hanoverlan Ad Staff 4 Spelling Contest Fmals 3 Delegate to N C Llbrarxans As soclatxon 3 Reporter for VV1ldCat 1 lVIus1c for umor Play 3 4 KEFAI AS EVA Legnslature Representatxve 1 2 Bxology Club l Secretarvj Dramatlcs Club 1 2 O Henry Lrterary SOClCty l 2 Tr1H1Y 2 3 4 CTreasurer 2 Spanish Club 2 3 Scrlbblers Club 2 3 4 CVICC Presxdent 3 Presldent 4J umor Class Secretary Treasurer 3 Student Telephone Dlrectory Com 3 4 umor Play Buslness Manager Hano verlan Staff 4 VV1ldcat Staff CNews Edltor Gov ernment Club 4 QReporterJ Handbook Commlttee 4 Senate 4 CPres1dent Pro temporej KERR EDMUND ALONZO Utfzerd prepared tlzemaelves KERN THOMAS SHERMAN H1 Y Spamsh Club 3 4 Government Club 4 Freshman Football 1 umor Varsltv Football 2 KING DORIS FHOMASON Dramatlcs Club 2 3 4 5 QPres1dent 5 Government Club 4 French Club 5 Scrlbblers Club 2 4 O Henry Literary Socxety 2 3 Junior Play 3 Wildcat Clrcu latxon Stall 4 KING RICHARD INIAURICE JR Natlonal Honor Society 3 4 rlreasurer -H Hanoverlan Staff 3 4 QEd1tor m Chief 4J Executive Commlt tee 3 Sec of Fmance Delegate to Southern Inter scholastxc Press Association 3 Delegate to North Carolma Scholastnc Press Instltute 4 Latm Club 1 2 CSecretary l Government Club 3 fVlCC Presl dentl Biology Club 1 2 QSecretary 21 Outstand mg Servlce Award l Freshman Day Program 3 KING VAN HILL JR Red Cross Representa tlve 1 Why the Chimes Rang 1 Latm Club 1 2 lTTC35UfCf 23 R O T C 2, 3, 4, Crack Platoon 3 Judncxal Marshal 4, Government Club 4 QSecre taryl, Sergeants' Club 4 ' , 1 1 ' , . . . 1 11 1 ' Y 111 1 , 4 -- J. 1- -4 - , - , I . . 1 1 1 1 1-1 1 ' 1 - 1 N . . . , , . . 1 1 .ll 1 'v -1 1 ' r 11 . w 1 .i C ., . ,, - 1-'1 ' ' 11 . . , DY Y 9 ' 11 ' - 1 FJ , . ' 1 . ' 1 1.1, 1 ' 1 21 ' 1 1 ' ' , . 1 . -, i 1 1 , . ,J . ' Q Y n 1 1 1 D, , ' 1 , I P . 11 - l 11 , - w . 1 , . . , 1 , C , 1 ' ' , - Q - 7, - w - . ., , ' Y 1 J, - - . ' ' 1 ' l n 1 , . - ' u - ,, . I , , ,, .... , RIRKHAXI RIRKNIANI ment Club 4 KLAN DER CAROLYN ANN1 patlons Club 4 KNOX EMILY EVFLYW JACK LEE R OT C l 2 Govern Diver lfied Occupatnone Club 4 LETHA JOYCE Dxvermhed Occu by on the fob trammg KNOX NANCY JANE Latm Club 1 2 CSecre tary 21 Red Cross Representatlve 1 2 Dramatncs Club 1 Homcroom Chanrman 2 Scrxbblers Club 2 3 Tr1H1Y 1 2 3 4 CSecretary IJ Spamsh Club 3 4 fPres1dent 41 Legrslature 3 4 Govern ment Club 4 cVlCC Prcsxdentl Junlor Play Com mxttee Glee Club 4 KOEN ODESSA PARKER KOONCE GARY VVARREN LAND WILLIAM HENRY f 1 . , . f I w 1 1 v J l A, . . . . . ,, - , . Q. . , , . . . , 1- . ' . Q . . , . 1 1 Y X , I U O H I 1 ' 1 ' 1 1 1 . . , 1 1 1 1 ' ' 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 ' - y - ' 'W , . 1 1 1 octal LEITCH SHIRLEY AWN Legislature Repre sentatlve 1 Red Cross Representative I Homeroom Ch'urm'tn 3 Bible Club 2 3 Government Club 4 TIIHIY 2 3 4 'National Honor Souetw 3 4 Dlversined Oetupatlona 4 IEVIAWIJOWSRI ROSE MARY Volleyball Capt 2 Softball 2 Government Club 3 GAA 2 LEWIS EW I' LYN ROBER'I 5 bpamsh Club 2 3 Government Club 4 G A A Dramaticb Club 4 Play Committee 3 'Ienms Club Nlwed Chorus A LEVVIS BETTY JEAN Government Club 4 Socml I ning Club 4 LANIER, LEROY. Social Living Club l, Gov- ernment Club 3, Sergeants' Club 3. LANIER, VIRGINIA GAYNELLE. Glee Club I Cheerleader 2 unior Play 3 Government Club 4 Dramatiei Club 4 Ckselstant I' 'cchange Editor LEE JULIA Government Club 4 LECWINI HALEI CEI FYI F Latin Club l 2 Government Club 4 actwztzea p aye I 1.-I Y , .1 I.. .. 1 , . . f t, ., 1 I, . .A ... ,, . . o ooo I ! 7 Y ' , xl. - . , X . Y ' I 5 K y V1 I , .. . -- l ' 'Y vrvi ' .xv , , . 4 I , 4A . . N ., , , .... . ,. . , , . . . , w N -1 Y ,"'1 3 . ..w . - , . C , . ,-. . ll ,Y . . ., , 1 I "' , . .. 1 , . . . LILES, NANCY JO. Tri-Hi-Y l, 2, Latin Club 2, 3 lSecretary 2, SJ, Government Club 4. LONG, RUNNIIC CECIL LOVL1 1 111141 IA Cxoxernment Club 4 So cnl I wing, Club 4 bplmsh Club 3 4 LOVVDLR CAROLI' Borden High School GAA l Future Homemaker ofAmer1ca l 2 Gosernment Club 3 4 an mlegral art P ILCAS ROBILRI HILRSCHEL RO IC 2 3 4 Cxowernment Club 4 LLXIbDE'N N IRC INIA ANN LX 'NCH IHLODORL RINGBBURX -IR Legxblature l Football l Latin Club 1 2 LPrebl dent 1 2 Babketball l Red Crow Reprebentatne 1 bwummmg leam l Btologx Club Z jumor Play 3 QAmbtant btafbe Nlamgerj Czowernment Club 4 1'uture Ieuhers oi Amertut 4 QPre51dentJ LYOWS IHONIAb ROBLRI JR Art .md Craftb Club 1 RO I C 2 3 4 Cruk Platoon 2 3 4 bergeants Club 3 Ofluerb Club 4 Dramatlcb Club 4 bpambh Club S 4 Croxernment Club 4 MCALLISTER, DONALD SMITH MCCLELLAND, CHARLES WILLIAM, JR. Biology Club l, R.O.T.C. l, 2, 3, Government Club 3, Sergeants' Club 2, 3. MCXIILLAN SAIVIIQEL DUNCAN JR Sebring Hlgh School 1 Dramatxcs Club 1 2 3 4 LVICC Presldent 47 umor Play Cast 3 H1 Y 2 3 QW ice Presldent 4D Football 1 Swlmmlng Team 2 3 4 Spamsh Club 3 4 Government Club 4 MCINEILL SAMUEI I' RANIKLIIN U1 JBIILOI' ll 8 MANGUIVI ANN ELIZABETH Buble Club 1 Future Homemakers of America Club 1 Covern ment Club 4 French Club 4 NIARTIW JOEL ALBERI I'ootball 1 4 Bas Officers Club 4 Spanish Club 3 4 lbgt at Armsl Government Club 4 Junlor Play You Can t Take It Wxth You 3 R OTC Ball Commxttee 3 4 Dramatlce Club 3 NIAI I HEXVS MARY NIERCELLE Govern ment Club 4 Grrls Athletlc ASSOCIRIIOH 4 MELTOIN RlflH INACMI Chonr Future Homemakers of Amerlca 1 2 3 Spamsh Club 2 Government Club 4 Drverslhed Occupatxons 4 f Y I 'I N , - f . , . . 1 ,. - a , 1 ,., , - :J ' T ' n A Q ,a , ' 1 Y , 1 7 I E Y Y V ' 1 - ' - f , - I l 0 . I ,. l . , - , J - . - . , . if - 1 31 X ' xl , 1 y ' ketball l, R.O.'I.C. 2, 3, 4, Sergeants Club 3, , . . X . T r 9 " ', v T ' ll Y Ya ' ' IV 5 ' , U 1 , .... , , 1, . ., 1 N i - , . , . x . . , . , . . y . . Y . ' ' ! V ' ,'.l , . Y , . BIELVIN, JUNE GRACE. Future Homemakers of America 1, Scribblers' Club 1, Red Cross Repre- sentative l, Basketball 1, Volleyball 1, Diversified Occupations Club 4, Government Club 4. lVIERRl'l7'l7, DORIS GREY. Future Homemak- ers of America l, 2, Red Cross Representative 2, YVildcz1t Circulation Staff 2, Arts and Crafts Club 7 Bible Club 2 Government Club 4. 'NILXIAXD ROBERI PRLIJLRICK NIlLLb XPNA LLSbIh wall: the umor enmr rom VIILLIS CHARLPN HERBERT RO'I C 1 2 Honor Cidet l 7 l'ootb1ll 1 liiologg Club C overnment Club 4 Un er ified Ou.up mon 4 'XIlN lL NORRIS lJA'Nll I l'ootb.1lll 2 3 lN1llCHElL ALXIA Art ind Crift Club Z 4 l' uture Homeiu ikerb ot Ameriei 3 Cnrlb Atbletie Assotiition 2 Government Club 4 Art Club 7 l'uture Homemikerb or Amerlm X ixed Cboru 3 4 Operettu 3 4 YVIQ A it 4 bottb l 0 0 0 -5 A, Q H: A y Sr Q 1 , Q. -ri' Q in Q 2 ' 7 , 7' 577 " z 7 s . l r7'7',. .7 r7 Q.. 7 ' ,,,4. '7 7 7 . , . . 5 1 7 2 s 7 1, BIUNTFURD, JOAN OLIVE. Volleyball 2, , .,f, A , -I7.' 7 s "A" ., , - z ., , 'llC't 'l7yp's , 7 7 al 2. 2 fish, 3 KIOORIQ, CARULYN PAYE KIOURIC, XVADIQ HABIPTON Q XIQXYKIRK, JACK XVORTH. R.O.'l'.C. l, 2, Sergezmts' Club, Diversified Occupations Club 4. NEXVTON, CARULYN ANN. .Library Club 2,3. toppmg the lui Nl HOIS XIARHN NlQlxlNllY R umur in Lburlci 5 liiolop L is ui nu L 1 l X lutuu llumuui rr ui L Lluu 7 u uw ui i C ox iunnt Llub 4 il l H lutura Hummiui ir me ii ix L 1 rum ut R l uumum 4 c it i n Lou L t r itur 1 o o .'C ..',. ' L ' Yzirsity Llll4'l'I'lC2lKlC'I' l, Yuri r ' -' '1Lli'I' 2, 3, 4, l.ibr:u'i Club 2, 'liuxiilc-iiui Club 2, .. ' Q' Club Q5 , 4 l, 2, -luili'iul Alilfhlllll 4, lfrviicli Clil 4, 1' A l'l:ly 3, Cimvrniuviit 'li b 4. 4 XIX' l'llYl,l.lS:XNXl'Q. 'i '- - :lvs b' of :Xu -'i':i l, CllUTllS l, llrzmiziticw ' l .., 51 2UllSll Q Cl l 3, 4. XYililcut :Xml -'tkiug Stuff 3, I 'cm' NUI l3ll.l,llf lllf,-XRl,. 5 - - ak- 5 of A "fu 3, liiblc' Club 3, Ch -' ' Club 4. b Ulf "lfl,, l"Rl'l'7: lllfRXl.-XX l'fRNS'li, -IR. Q i S " ' g 'livzuu I, 2, 3, 4, Rl l.'li.C. 2, 3, , Scr- gpzu sl Cl il 3, 4, lli-Y 3, Spelling l t-s lVii1- uc 3. Spziuixb Club 4, l.i-giflz c- 4. OLIPHANT, MARY EVELYN DYCI-IES G.A.A. 1, 2, Ifamily Life Club 3, Government Club 4. ULNESS, VVILLIAM NELSON OVERBY DOYAI D LEE. Government Club 4 bergeants Club 3 'Yoncommissioned Ofbcers Club 4 IACE. DAVID HENRX l'1t1n Club 1 2 H1 X 7 3 4 Qljrtsxdcnt 3j I'ootb1ll 7 4 boeml 'XI'xrsb1l 3 4 SWIITIITIIUL Ieam Z Czoxernment Club4 Spqn :sh Club 3 4 QVu.e President 32 mal exams meant more PACKER ELSIE DEAN Government Club 4 DlStflbUtlNC Ldueatlon Club 4 PADRICIx DAV ID LARIL PAPIL XVII LIAINI RIJDOI I H .IR Latm Club 1 2 QVICC Iresldent I 21 Band l All State Band 1 H1 Y 1 2 3 4 Arts 'md Crafts Club 2 Govern ment Club 3 Xlxxed Chorus A 4 NHIIODZI Honor boclety 4 Hanowerxan btaif 4 PARIXILR NILLLIIL JEAN Nllxed Chorus A I 2 3 bpanlsh Club 2 3 Operetta 2 3 Govern ment Club 4 PARRISH lOLLY AWN Dxstrxbutlve Educa t1on Club 4 Government Club 4 Latm Club 3 4 acksonvllle High School l 2 PLNINIINGTON CARL LAVVRENCE Foot ball l bpanlsh Club 3 4 ROTC 1 2 3 Ser geants Club 3 Officers Club 4 Government Club 4 QPres1dentJ PERRYITE ALPHA JOAN PHELP5 RONTNIE GUYTON than put the end PRIOR CHARLO'l TIL BEAL Long Creek Grady High bchool 1 Z National Beta Club Llbrary Club 2 Glee Club 1 2 N1 H H S Arte and Crafts Club 3 National Honor SOCICIY 3 4 French Club 3 4 Government Club 4 PUGH JO ANN PEARL Government Club 4 French Club 4 QUINN GILORGIA PAULHNE Gyml 2 Dxversxhed OCCUPZIIODD Club 4 Government Club 4 RACKLLY bHlRLI:.Y ANWL G A A l Speech Club 7 Nollexball l Z Basketball 1 2 Government 4 Leglslature Representative 4 RADCLIII' UAW RAIL IJIVCTIIICKI Uuupl J nom Llub 4 Cluxernmenr Llub 4 Rh bl' Bl'll'X -IINE. RILC1ISlhR -XARON XUPI' Footbdlll RO I L I 2 Ilnerslhed Uuupitnon Llub-4 boxern ment Club 4 RHODES ALBI' R'I S IALY o another year RHODE9 DONALD JALKSON Goxernment RHOIJI:.b RUHLR I IA XII S IJCLIAITHIIIOH Lon I 2 3 LI'm1l I I'1rt Pl1Le2 35 Latm u 123ROIL23ROIC,l31llL0mm1ee 2 Drumatxcs Llub 3 4 CY me Pre -H Government Club 3 'I enmb 'I eim 4 RIGGS JANIQI' CRALI' RAA 1 Iamlls and Commumtx LIYIIIF, Club 3 Government Club 4 DlXCfSlHCd Uccupitlon Club 4 RITTILR SHIKI EY PAIRILIA Basketball 1 Leg1slature2 C AA 2 RO FC Sp0nsor4 CCom D fl A J Y I . 'S 'I 3' . , N - y . ..,. ,,i . ., . , I' u I ,I . . , -- ,,, . U . Q, -V . . ,, I - 1 5 v ' .. , ..,. -f . J u ,aw I' iniagicf? ' ' - -V Y A, A I A. I , M 1 ' Llub-4. 4, 4- ,X 4, . 1 4 I , 5 . 4. ' Q , test, ,. .5, 5 . , , lb 'xx ,-- - - I ,,.,....,,....4 It I .N , 7. . A '35 , . ., - 5. , ' ' , , I c . 1 W ' N1 11 x 1 V V. , - .14 -. ..., D Y .v.U , Y .V 7 D ' 1,5 . . Y ,Q N y 4 ' V I - 1 , 1 ,J..., . . .. . - 'll YY ay . .. ROBBINS, CYNTHIA KIARIE. Dramatics Club l, 2, Legislature 1, O. Henry Literary Club 1, 2, Latin Club 1, Government Club 4, Social Liv- mg Club 4 ROCKMERE DOROTHY LOUISE Red Cross Representatne 2 Government Club 3 DO Club 4 ROGERS ARIHCR MAYNARD JR Home room Chairman l ROTC 2 3 Spanish Club I 2 Sergeants Club l 2 Government Club 4 Red Cross Representatne ROGERS IOHNI FURNI AN hey ,ugm zeal the begmnmg ROCERS JLIIAN RICHARD Varsits Foot ball Varsity I1 xsketball fCo Capt J X ice President Sophomore Cliss PS IRC leg: liture l 3 Home room Chairman 2 umor Plas 3 Viee President Student Body 4 Government Club 4 Vice Pres 2 3 Officers Club 4 Lieutenant Colonel 4 ROGERS RICHARD SIANILEY JR Latin Clubl 2 H1Y1 Z 3 4 Qlres l 2 Secretary 3 Biology Club 1 Klick Club 1 ROTC 2 3 4 Crack Platoon 3 Sergeants Club 3 Rifle Team 3 Officers Club 4 umor Play 3 udicxal Nlarshal 3 Pres Senate 4 Evecutxve Com 4 Government Club 4 Delegate SSCC 4 Company B Com mander ROSENS FEEL WILI IAM GEORGE Glee Club 1 Miyed Chorus B Z hlixed Chorus B 3 Spanish Club 3 Government Club 4 RIJARK CHARLES YVILSON ROTC Rifle 'Ieam 2 3 4 Government Club 4 QPresJ Ser geants Club 3 Spanish Club 3 4 E -- - , D v r . . , 1 , . . 1 1 1 . 1 1 1 1 ' ' D ' ' ' ' I ! Y ' xl W 1 1 - 1 1 1 s SX K, i .Y . , , l I - I I 0 ole o o J V Y . 7 - 1 . X., 7 L Q 1 - f1 ,. ' Q. , c 4. . , ' 1 1, 1 -E 155, . si , , - . J . ,. . 1 - 1 - - N V 1 l i I , 1 I ' 1- EDNCSCC 4, R.O.T.C. 2, 3, 4, Sergeants' Club J ' ' . N 1 1 - 1 - 1 1 1, 1 . , I , . 4 '- f 'J . , J l I Y Y Y ' 7 P Y . , . , 7 ! ' ' ' ' Y l Y I 1 1 1 - 1 Y , Y l 5, . ' . . 1 J . 1J 1 1 . , . Y . , , TE E ll Y! 1 S 1 ' 1, 4 1 J . ' W, la 3, I ' ll ,I 1 K 1 - 1 - 1 , . v 1 4 1 1 - , . . . . . 1 1 1 1 ' 1 ' , . . , , . RUCKER, GLURIA ASTRID. Dramatics Club l, 2, 3, Scribblers' Club l, 2, 3, Girls' Choir 1, Government Club 4, Spanish Club 3, 4, O. Henry Liter'1rv Societv 4 RDNIPI L PA'IhlY LLE Latin Club l 2 Dra matlcs Club 3 'N moml Honor Souetv 4 SCHEI L IOANINL LILILEIN Arts and Crafts Club l lilologv Club l Leglslature Repreaenmtlve 2 4 bpfmlsh Club 3 4 'Ira H1 Y 3 4 Cfreasurer 3 lre ldenr 41 Government Club 4 Hanovermn Staff 4 lelephone IJIFCLTOYX Committee 4 Nlutlonal Honor bouetv 4 SCHEWR lNlAR'l HA ALICE Future Home makers ofAmer1ca Club l C AA 1 Government Club 4 0 alleullle SCHRIIDI FREDERICK CARL Bnble Club l Dlstrlbutlve hducatxon 4 bCHWARlZ NIAXINL Wxldedt Reporter Club 1 2 3 Qbeeretary l reaburer 2 N me l rebndent 3 O Henry Lxterxrv Souetv l 7 3 Drunat Cb Club 1 2 3 Freneh Club 4 O nee Prebndentj Gov ernment Club 4 becretary lreaburer of bophomore Clam Natnonal Honor bouetv 4 SCO'l l Blzl 1X l'RA'NClLb Government Club 4 bpambh Club 3 4 Dmmatxcs Club 2 they J bCOl l DORIS LLIIABLIH Latxn Club 1 2 Clrea urer 22 Drunfmcb Club l 2 H111 d Chorub A 2 3 4 Operetta 7 3 4 You Cant lake It W xtb Xou 3 Government Club 4 1 . 1 1 1 1 1 1 . 1 1' A '1 ' 1 1 ' V . 1 1 1' . i. v , . ,L 1 1 . I w 11 1 1 Y Q i J 4 ,s L A . . . . 1 . . I' 7 - 1 1 ' 1 .Q 1 1. . , , 1 1 ' 4 -1 1 ' ' 1 ' J 1' , , ' 1 5 1 1 1 1 11 . 1 . . 1 , ' 14 1 1 . - 1 f 1 1 . , . ' - 1 , J. . . , .! f ,1 1 . w 1 ' 1 11 ,1 1 -1 U ,. U ,, ,. L . . , .. J 1 . , 1, 2, 3, Latln Club 1, 2 Q! lee-l ree. 21, berrbblerb 1 1 '11 Q ,. 3 . 1 1 ' 1 ' . 1 . . J! ' ' ' . 1-1 1 ' I 1 Q 1 i. 1 1 1 ' 1 ' 1 - ,1 1 , .. 1 . . 1 . 14 . ' 1 1,1 1,111 1 1 1 111 1 1 , L . 1 -Q 1 - 1 1 1 1 1 1 ' - - . 1 ,1,1 1 1 , 1,1 . 1 1 4 ' 1 ,1 1 1 .Q 1 X . 5 , 1 1 , ,. .C 1 Q11 vu 1 .. 1 1 1 1 1 1 -1 1 1 ,1 1. - 11 1 1 , . 1 SEAGROY ES SHIRLEY ANN Jefferson Hrgh Roanoke Va Cheerleader 1 2 Presldent Fresh man Class Prench Club 2 GAA l 2 Art Edrtor of Annual 2 Red Cross Rep 3 Rep of Student Body 1 N H H S Homeroom Chalrman 4 Arts and Crafts Club 4 Government Club 4 Dramatxcs Club 4 Tr1H1Y 4 lNat1onal Honor Socxety 4 Varsity Sweetheart 4 SHEPHERD SUZANNE MORGAN Tr1H1 Yl 2 3 4 Pres 1 4 Sec 21 O Henry Lnterary Society l Spanlsh 7 3 flreasurer 3 umor Play 3 Senator 4 udlcxary Com Student Judge 3 Clerk? Dramatlcs Club 4 Government Club 4 CSecJ Hanoverlan 4 Co ordmatmg Com 4 SHIPMAN GERALDINE Tr1H1Yl 2 3 4 Homeroom Chalrman 2 Dlverslfied Occupations Club 4 Government Club 4 SHIPMAN SHIRLEY PAYE Leglslature Rep Treasurer 4 C overnment Club 3 Glrls Chorus B 2 Office Asslstant 4 Operetta Waltz Dream Danny Dzther D1VCfSlHCd Occupations 4 an teenvlo ll SHIPP 'VIARH GAYNELL Future Homemak ers of Amerlca l Scrlbblers Club 1 O Henry Lxt erarv SOClCIy l Homeroom Chanrman l Softball Team l Government Club 4 Wlldcat Staff 4 SHIPP PATRICIA LYNN Legnslature l 2 Senate 3 4 QEccles1ast1c 4D Government Club 4 jumor Play Commxttee 3 rl fl H1 Y 2 3 4 Scrlb blers Club 2 Spamsh Club 3 4 Wlldcat Staff 4 O Henry Llterarv Society 2 SHIRER CYN'l HIA AINN Government Club 4 DlVCfSll:lCd Occupatlons-4 Scrlbblers Club 2 Red Cross Representatxve l Basketball Team 2 SIDBURY JOSIE CHARLENE Lrbrary Club 2 Cholr l Government Club 4 Drvertnhed Occu patrons 4 Natnonal Honor Socxety 4 , . Y ' . Y 1 J: 1 1 . 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SII WIA DANII L SHIVI' R JR Ixllck Club 1 Latln Club 1 7 3 Goxernment Club 3 'Nmonal Honor Socxetx 3 4 SLWNIONIS MARY LOUISE 'I IHIY 1 2 3 4 Homeroom Chalrman 2 Leg1slature 1 Gox ernment Club 4 Dnerslhed Occupatxons Club 4 Natlonal Honor Soclets 4 SINGLETON BETTY AI ICE Future Home makers of Amerlca 1 O Henry Llterary DOCICYY l Glrls Athletlc Assoclatlon l 2 4 Basketball 1 2 3 4 Vollesballl 2 3 4 Softball 1 2 3 4 Govern ment Club 4 House of Representatives 4 SKIPPER NATHAIN RICHARD JR Latm Club l 2 Kllclc Club I Fhespxans 3 4 H1 Y 3 4 Natlonal Honor SOCICIQ 3 4 French Club 4 Gov ernment Club 4 unlor Play 3 ,g'1T'b YIM' K Cafe ree JCIIOOJ ay! kv iiv SMITH IVIARY LEE Government Club 4 Art and Crafts Club l SNIPES QUINCY BELL ROTC 2 3 Span lsh Club 3 4 CTreasurer 3 H1 Y 3 4 Govern ment Club 4 Judlclal Marshal 4 SINOVV CHARLES EDWIN H1Y 1 Dlversn fied Occupations Club 4 S I'ANI AND LH XRLES HORACE RO TC 1 2 3 Government Club 4 S T7 STARNES, CHARLES COLE STEPHENSON, EVELYN ANN. Government Club 4, Diversified Occupations Club 4. STEVENS, HELEN JOSEPH. Latin Club 1, 2, Declamation Contest fSemi'-Finalsj, Tri-Hi-Y 1, 2, 3, 4, O. Henry Literary Society 2, 3, 4, Scribblers' Club 3 4 un1or Plav Commlttee 3 Tasudermy Club 3 Secretarvj HHHOXCIIHH Staff 4 Govern ment Club 4 Dramaucs Club 4 Natxonal Honor SOCICKY 4 STEVENS MARY HELEIN .f4lea.4uremeni.4 or capa and gown.4 STEVVART RATHLEEN Glrls Athlet1cAsso CIHIIOH 1 Future Homemakers of Amerlca l Buble Club 1 Z Gov ernment Club 4 STRAUGI-HN ALY IN ERNEST Legnslature l 2 Football l 7 Basketball 1 7 Arts and Crafts Club 1 Blologv Club I Red Cross Representatlve 1 2 Homeroom C,h'urm1n 3 ROTC 2 3 4 Crack Platoon 3 bergeants Club 3 Ofhcers Club 4 Plav Commlttee 3 Government Club 4 STILAVN N IHERA ANN B1ologv Club 1 Bas ketball Team 1 X ollevb ill rl eam 1 l atm Club l 7 T 1H1X 1 2 3 4 kbecretarv 3D umor Plav Prompter 1 Scnbblers Club 3 Future Home makers ot Amerxca 4 Government Club 4 Hano verxan Staff 4 'Natlonal Honor SOCICIQ 4 bUDDRETH RAIHLEEN BEATRILE Hud son Hlgh School bottball l Yollevball 1 Basket ball 1 Government Club 4 Bxology Club 2 ts SUNIWER BEVERLY ANN Band 2 3 4 Arts and Crafts Club 2 bpamsh Club 3 4 Government Club 4 SURI ES LONINIIE LORE IVIA Softball Ieam 1 2 Volleyball Team 1 7 Blsketball Ieam l 2 Brble Club l Trl H1 Y 1 2 Cnrls Atbletle Asso clatlon 1 7 Government Club 4 QTre1surer DlVCfSlf1Cd Oecupatrons Club 4 SWVART HAZEL INIARIAN Latm Club 1 2 Treasurer ID F H A Club 2 3 4 Treasurer 3 Secretary -H Jumor Play Commlttee 3 IIALLY VIY IAN REA Leglslxture Representa tlvel 4 Trl H1Y1 2 3 4 Treasurer 45 Scrxb blers Club 1 Spanlsh Club 3 4 Secretary 3 Government Llub 4 Wlldcat Staff 4 Legislature Co ordmatlng Commlttee Click Club I O Henry Llterary SOClCty 2 Jeemed to an :cate lv TART'I CHARLES AI LARD Dlstrlbutlve Educatxon Club 4 Government Club 4 TATE RQBERT HIJINTER III Jumor Play You Can t Take It Nvlth You TAYLOR DGWALD GGLESBY H1Y1 2 3 4-CSecret1r5 l Treasurer 3j Latln Clubl 2 Homeroom Chalrman 3 Senator 4 Government Club 4 CPres1dent 41 Sports Edltor of YV1ldCat 4 TEACHFY DAY ID AI FRED Sergeants Club 3 Dlversnfled Occupations Club 4 Government Club4 vw- IEAGLE ARIHLR FARRELL Legxblature Reprebentttne 1 7 3 4 lrebldent Hdmnced B101 0535 Club 7 L1dlCl'1l Xlxrbhwl 3 Secretary of lwnznce 4 Government Club 4 fPfCblLlCHIl Latm ub 4 Qbgt at Anna B s bt'1te3 H1Y l 3 4 Football I Pwecutne Commlttee 4 Bxble Clu 34 ll-IONIPSON CI ARA BARION Cnrls Glee Club l Xltxed Chorus l Souil Lxxlng Club 3 Cmx ernment Club 3 IHONIPBOX IOHN NAI NER -IR IHORPE CAI-'I LDXXIN that commencement wa.4 near FIOVVNM 'ND ,IAN HANILR Homeroom Chzurman 1 4 'wpptmsh Club 3 4 Qbecretars 4 hoxernment Club 4 Artx md Cr tfts Club 1 bcrtb blerb Club 4 lelephone Unrettorw Commnttee 4 Nfttlonal Honor Socxetx 4 TlJClxI' R lxILNNE I H BIONROE Glee Club 1 Spanneh Club 4 bWKll'I1lTlll1Q,, lefun 4 Socml Lxv mg, Club 5 box ernment Club 5 'I URNILR CAROLYB ROSE Bnology Club I Cnrle Athletlt A botmtxon 1 Blble Club 2 3 Span lsh Club 3 4 Cmwernment Club 4 VAUL H1 HILDA WANDA VEREEN, SYLVIA ANN. Spanish Club 3, 4, Future Homemakers of America Z, Government Club 4. VON CANNON, AXIELIA ANN. Tri-Hi-Y 1, 2, 3, 4, Latin Club 1, 2, Red Cross Representative l, O. Henry Literary Society 1, Future Home- makers of America 1, 2 CTreas. 25, Library Club 3, Hanoverian Staff 4, Government Club 4. ' WADIL MARY .IAN E WAC AMON -IILAN LLILABETH Operetta l 2 3 Glee Clubl 7 3 4 Qbec 42 Spanish Club 3 4 CReporterj Crm ernment Club 4 Xlajorette 4 practumg grazluatum exercues and WALLACE BARBARA JOAN Social Living, Club 4 Biology Club 7 NVAI TON JO ANN Girls Chorus l Mixed Chorus B 2 3 Legislature Representative 3 Bible Club 3 4 Vlwed Chorus A 4 Operetta 4 Government Club 4 WARDILNFLLI1 BARRY BILPHILN RO ball 1 2 4 Government Club 3 4 WARRILN IEGGY 'VIAL N145 Court l Wild C tatfl234Ir1HiYl234QViee s ldentj Arts and Crafts Club 1 Outstanding, Citi Lenship Award l l'uture Homemakers of Amerita 1 Legislature Repre entative l bcribblers Club 1 Vlagazine Contest Award 4 udicial Wlarshal Junior Class Play Committee 3 Co-ordinatmg Com mittee 2 4 Qbecretaryj Secretary Ireasurer Senior Class 4 Government Club 4 QVite Presidentj ' T , l 1 A q 4- f 4 i s J , .V . ' 1 1 r 9 -'y 1 ' 7 , - V s . Y ! Y A ' V .s I U O O C T . . . i - - T 4 - V . , 5 ... , , . , , . .. A , x l . I . , . 1 V tl in A - l l l ' 1 ' 'w V at H ! 9 ' ' ' i Y . . , , . U . - . , l V l . . . T.C. 2, 3, Sergeants' Club 3, Football 1, 2, Base- Y Y D ', ' - 1 , s s - - V V s - at b r 1 J 9 ' ' v J v 3 'Pre ' . V , V 1 - 1. . ., V u , B I 1 - , . . V V , .V V .V , . , w ' I 5 ' . . ' ' 4 3 3 9 J L K ' - - V V 1 - . . - - . ,V - x N v ,i' -3 N V . .N . , ' s . -Qu-f 'S-' WARREN, SARA ELIZABETH. O. Henry Literary Society l, 3, Scribblers' Club l, 3, Red Cross Representative I, 3, Biology Club 2, Govern- ment Club 4, French Club 4, lN'Iixed Chorus "AH 4, Hanoverian Staff 4, Operetta 4, Wildcat Staff 4. VVARXVICK, NVILLIANI JAMES. Baseball I, Biology Club l, Football l, 2, Sociology Club, Span- ish Club 3, 4, Government Club 3, Legislature 4 QParliamentarianJ, Chairman lliagazine Drive 4. WATKINS, EIJNA EDITH. Diversified Occu- pations Club 4 ISCCTCITFQ'-TYCBSUTCTD Government Club 4 VVLBB LOI III' ELIZABE'I H Ifuture Home makers of America I Government Club 4 Uiversi hed Occupations Club 4 Choir l Jlglllllg newly PBCBLUBCI annuCll.4 XVEEDON XIAIJELIYE ELIZABETH Cym I 7 Dixersihed Occupations Club 4 Government Llub 4 XVELLS IXA IPANNIVI II N SI WII I IANI W RICIH I Latin Llub icelres I Ir 77 Ieg,,1l1tureRp l 2 1 t I 7 B lx tl ll I 7 umor Play Lom nt Court udpt 3 Box S ite 3 RO I L 2 4 Sergbelnt Llub 3 Ofhctr Llub 4 Government L u 4 I ra Stu lent Body e ui Socntxl u 4 Ir s res it ret 1 llll l 7 3 Ramshac e 1 Com une 1 Lum e rnant I lor 1 1 3 4 udicli NI ir hal 3 H nmlbook Lom 4 Scrxbblers Llub 3 4 Spinish Qlub IX ice Pre l I rcs 45 Hfnnoverian Stlft 4 fiox ernment Llub 4 XIIXCLI Lhorus A 4 Student Loirt Iudpe 4 CLlcrl.l No Lount Boy 7 N :tional Honor Society 4 'Wm XV' ii S o o o I 3 ll, . 3 I It 3 1 . I' ', ' ,l.'.Il"'i , , K VE", ',, . I ' 1' ' KY'-3 ,3es...,Jf's. e., ,I"xo- A 3 ball , .., awe va , .., J ' 1' ' ., Stu- v de ' .I 1' ., js' ft: ., . fx. '. , 3, I ,lfzs" ', "S" ,S 'lb,'-s..'t -'4. IVHITE, MARY IfI.IZABli'I'Il. O. Henry Lit- I ra I n ,.2, Uramatics Cl b l, 2, 3, Cf 3 eax. 2,lJ :.3l,Ul-'NCQ . ,..,Q," ,.-kl In: " 3 ., ii.A,.-X. 2, KIzd" ' . 3, 'l'I'h r V:l" " 3, hlm' ' Play, 'liri-H'-Y ., , ,I "'zl W .zs..,: 3" .,, ,Q Q1 ' s. , 3 , . ' ' Q' VVHIIL NANCY HARI Gnrs Lhorub 1 Homeroom Lhfurmwn I 2 IDFIIYIZIIICQ Llub I Tele phone DIYCQIOTN Lommxttee I 3 O I-Ienrx LIICYHTX Souety I 2 Icy Ixture Rep 3 Red Lro Rep 3 Ir1InI1Y 3 4 Soeml Xllrshal 3 -I berlbblers Llub I Serlbbler Awwrd 3 umor P115 Com Spanlsh Llub Z I flre uurer 31 XV1Ide1t Staff 4 Govt Club 4 Sponsor L L -I bemor May Queen Attend mt XVHVIILY LILI-'VII 'XNWIJI IL WILRINS bYlNIA PAIRILIA XVILI IAN1b HLLDA GRILY -af compoaenl the remam er -qv" XVILI IAXIS ROBLRI BX RON WII I IAXISLJN RI NNLI H LRAN ILN B1 ketbwll I 2 Government Llub 4 CX lee Prc ldentj Freneh Llub 2 3 XVIII IAXISOX XIILI ISSA ANN NVII L15 NIARC ARLI II RI 5A IHHAI Rttl Lro s Repre ent'1t1xe I Spinl h Llub 7 I LAI Inturt FLSCIIIIIIVC' 3 Nluvrettc 7 I IDU L uw C mernment Lluh 4 Lholr I XIIXCII Lhoru WILLETTS YIRGIINIA RAE Basketball l 2 Softball 1 2 Volleyball l Tenmsl Government Club 5 Dlstrlbutlve Educatlon Club 5 Homeroom Lhalrman 5 WILSON DANIEL MARVIN JR Latm Club 1 2 Government Club 4 ROTC 2 3 4 Ser geants Club 3 Noncommnssxoned Officers Club 2 Officers Club 4 WILSON PATSY L Glrls Chorusl O Henry Literary Society l Red Cross Representative l Family Llfe Club 1 Future Homemalrers of Amer xca 1 2 Operetta 2 3 4 Mlxed Chorus 2 3 4 Dramatlcs Club 2 3 4 umor Play Committee 3 XVOMBLE BARBARA ROSE Secretary Ilreas urer Freshman Class Legislature Representatlve l 2 3 CAA 1 Basketballl 7 Handbook Commit teel 2 Scrxbblers Clubl 4 Dramat1csClubl 4 Secretary 'I reasurer Sophomore Class Martha Hal llgan Cup 2 Nlav Court l 2 3 4 VlcePres1dent umor Class Span1sh Club 3 4 umor Play Home commg Sponsor 3 Commxttee NCEDSCC 3 Exec utxve Councnl 4 Senator 4 Wxldcat Staff 4 Hano verlan Staff 4 Sponsor L B 4 Government Club 4 o f eu' tame an luglz Jcfzoof WORRELL FLORENZ DEMORRIS Football l 2 3 4 Basketball l 7 3 4 Baseballl 2 3 4 Government Club 4 Football Co Captam 4 WRIGHT FAY WII LOWDENE Bl0l0gy Club 1 Future Teachers of Amerlca 2 Glrls Chorus A l Mlxed Chorus B 3 Mlxed Chorus A 3 4 QAccompan1st 41 Waltz Dream 3 Danny Dlther 4 Spamsh Club 2 3 Government Club 4 YARBOROUGH DOROTHY JEAN Scrub blers Club l 2 3 4 Dramatlcs Clubl 2 3 4 Government Club 4 Future Homemakers of Amer lca Club 1 2 3 Girls Cholrl Mixed Chorus B 2 3 Wlldcat C,1rculat1on Staff 2 3 Spamsh Club 3 Arts and Crafts Club 1 2 3 O Henrv Llterary Soclety 4 Wxldcat Staff 4 1 T 1 - 13 11 1 1 1 1 , . 1 X 1 ' 11 1 ' ' ' ' 117 ' 1 - - 1 1 1- 1 1 - 1 L, . , . 1 1 , - I 1 1 111 111 1 . . 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Another session had started with trafhc violators trying to Con- vince the student court judges of their justice. Yalualile experience was gained through these rig Q A cv Left to right: lNIary YVingard, George Cain, Cliff Clark, Beth VVhite, and Helen Williams rough! in y ju icia maralzafa Judicial Marshal: "Wonder if I can make it across the street hefore the light changes?" Klany such remarks Could he heard as students warily glanced toward the marshals guarding their respective posts at street interseetions and tower steps. 'lihese marshals played a great part in maintaining traffic laws inside and outside the huilding. l Srggm Wil EM jf M 'l i?f'i'fg'1?gf '--. Q 'E' f. r..,.,s'. 1 3 "' --.wi .fegialaiure per armed clutiea Sena ie This hody, made up ot siw members from each class, sponsored many worthwhile projects in cooperation with the House of Representatives. One of the most important Senate projects was the stationery drive directed by Suzanne Shepherd. These capable students demonstrated their ability to carry out well formulated ideas Ifrrmt row: lNIary A. Divine, Adele lVIann, Sally All, Shepherd, Roxanna lVIehane, Don Frost. Third row: Susan lValker, llary A. lvatkins, Patsy Barrett, Semnd Donald Taylor, Don Graziano, Shirley Council, Richard rou': Pete Land, Pat Brookshire, Hattie Kinlaw, Suzanne Rogers, lfva Kefalas, Pat Shipp, David Barefoot. ll Co-orclinaling Commiflee Leff to right: Uonald Taylor, Suzanne Shepherd, Billy- Pape, Yivian 'llallt-y, Claud liflird. uv vi Front row: llfiriam Hickman, Joanne Schell, Shirley Pierce, Chastine Bass, Betsy J. Collins, John lllalpass. Sffond row: Barbara Easom, Nlarie Hall, Sybil Canady, Barbara Pace, Lucy A. Carney, Oscar Grant. Third row: Nancy Knox, Mary Sloan, Vivian Talley, Shirley Hinson, Faye Dew, Peggy Bellamy, Gloria Smith. .l'xfl1lI'flI row: Billy lvarwick, Hubert Hodgin, Barbara Hatcher, Claud EHrd, lfllis lihle, Louise Canady. Fifth raw: Howard Stampley, Fritz Oertel, jackie Boado, and Robert Bland. or improvement of the Aclzoo! Y I .Houae of Repredenlaliues , , , - The House sponsored a very succesful magazine drive, f V - I W' --f -j , V headed by Billy VVarwiclr, as their main Project of the 4 f- " V 1 year. lVOI'klDg together with members of the Senate, they 1 L ' , purchased stone benches for the school premises, installed , electric water coolers in the Isaac Bear Building, appro- priated money for fluorescent lights in the halls, and im- X proved the student government room by adding drapes, venetian blinds, and painting the desks and the floor. The , . ' members of the House of Representatives willingly shoul- ju, dered every responsibility for the improvement of the i school. ,wa fr Julian Rogers, President of House Page I I9 Skilled homeroom leaclera .Homeroom Chairmen The capable homeroom chairmen were helpful in many ways. Their duties included everything from directing the magazine drive to reading the bulletin. Klany were responsible for setting up a schedule for devotionals to be given in various homerooms in order to inspire a more serious and trouble-free way to begin each day. These students were elected on the basis of their leadership ability. Front row .' Jack Solomon, Jane Love, Jan Townsend, Ann Rusher, Kav Rusher, Joan Hickman, Jean Wells, Sue Edwards, Helen VVard, Scott Covington. Seronzl row: Helen Williams, Cecilia Black, Noel Jones, Betty Blanton, Lynne Grant. Third row: Bobby Hope, lllargaret Saunders, Jo Ann Jor- dan, Lynne Shannon, Betty Verzaal, Grier VVhite. and Jocia maralzald performe Social Mar4hal4 "Dress-up clothes, pleasant smiles, charming manners .... " The Social Marshals who attended all social functions added dignity and grace to any high-school sponsored activity with their courteous at- tention to the audiences. Z Cl! i 1 Front row: Patti llloore, Virginia Harris, Barbara XVomhle. Sarondroux' Judy Xlalpass, jean Fisher Barbara Pace, Nancy lVhite, VV. T. Bradshaw. Page 120 or appy omea in the future, Front ro-zu: planet Currin, Bettye Rivenbarl-1, Lynida Giddings, Faye Bloore, Hazel Swart, Ann Far- row. Serond row: Emily Knox, Rebecca Braswell, Janie Cannon, Danie Swart, Klarie Swart. 1 hzrd mu-: Thera Strawn, Mrs. Paulson. gulure Homemaker: of almerica 'llhe F.H.A. Chapter encouraged community projects, better family relationships, and international good will. 'llhe members were kept busy with various duties in regard to future "domestic-problem mastering." Their officer-induction ceremonies, held early in the fall, were very beautiful and inspiring. pep an enllzuaiaam ia needed Front rnuu' Janice Taylor, Pat Tickner, Lynne Shannon, Kathryn Lewis, Shirley Zimmerman, Lynida Giddings, Nellie Taylor. Serum! raw: Elizabeth Barefoot, Josephine Debnam, Emily Gilbert, Jean Oliver, Betty Verzaal, Gloria Smith, Kathleen Rooks, Delores Clemmons. fepperellea "Let's all yell and show them we mean business!" The energetic Peperettes' main object was to help the cheerleaders. For the Homecoming game they made unique black and orange shakers, which they sold to make money for the Cheerleaders' Dance decorations and to buy the lovely gift for the Varsity Sweetheart of I95l-1952. Page l2l realiue world cfeuefopecf flzouglzfa esacribblera , Club l"z-our row: Anne Hatch, Catherine Herring, Blargaret Head, Ethel Avera, Sue VValton, Miriam Hick- man, Alice llannenhaum, Sherry Rich, Shirleyjo Keever, Susan VValker, Joanne Bates, Jackie Boado. Sf'mn1lrou': Kay Rusher, Charlotte Herring, lllartha Benton, Pat Yarhorough, Bunny Harrington, Sally Hicks, Barbara Pace, Donald Strayhorn, Loretta Berlin, Betty Bordeaux, Peggy Driggers, lklaxine Schwartz, Karen Kurka, Norma Bryant, Betty Ann Bordeaux, Paula Kornegay. Third row: Kathryn Lewis, Gloria Padrick, Ethel Sego, Marilyn Alexander, Jeannette Driggers, Beth NVhite, Lynne Shan- non, Betty Sniithson, Eva Kefalas, hlarie Hall. Fourth row: Lucy Ann Carney, Helen Willizlms, Gloria Rucker, Helen Stevens, Jo Sinithwick, Sondra Kaltin, Patsy Barrett, Gloria Smith, Sherri Forrester, Louise Saunders. aa the ibfe Atrenglfzenecf ua dfible Club ldront row: Phyllis Savage, Carol Skipper, Shirley Pinner, Klary Northrop, Dorothy Hardee, Eula Craft, Josephine Uehnam. Smrozul rout: Betty Lou lValton, Stella.Smith, Jere Smith, lllarian Corbett, Peggy Bellamy, Louise Cash, llargaret Saunders, .lo Ann YValton. Tliira' row: Farrell Teague, Lewis Hollis, John Brockwell, Bliss llarion Fisler. Page I22 in the uae 0 our iafenta 'Uh, those smudgges on un new skirt!" 'lihis remark was typical of those which issued from the lips ot teen-agers at an Arts and Crafts meeting. 'liheir activities inelutleil art games, sketching parties, and talks hy outside speakers. afrfd and Craft.: Seated: Alma illitchell, Katherine Graham, Hillman Brewer, Jennie Lee Bartlett, Klartha Benton Sherri Forrester, Pat Yarhorough, Nlary Nell Piver. Sfllllllillflf Karen Kurka, Nlargaret Head, Kath erine Herring, Josephine Debnam, Louise Saunders, llary Northrop, Dorothy Hardee, Ethel Avera Sally Hicks, Peggy Uriggers, Shirley Seagroves, Bliss lfmma Lossen, Cecilia Schlegel. and literary aclzieuementa 'Books are wonderful friends!" The Library Club was a valuable organization for teen-agers inter- ested in literature and in doing library work. For the club's Book YVeek program, Klrs. James Nl blames reviewed Proud Neu' Flags hefore an enthusiastic audience. Ta -ask, ,abrary dub First row: Dorothy Hardee, Carol Skipper, Louise Cash, Ruby Swart, ,loan Davis, Shirley Hutchin- son, Norma Covil, Elsie Nlclioy, Sue Edwards. Seated, bark: Gwenlyn Barts. Semrul row: .lane Ifove Phyllis Somersette, Louise Ehlers, Katherine Theohald, Ann Matthews, llliss Fannie O'Keef, Ann Greer, Paula Kornegay, Howard Brittain, Bliss Martha Cromartie. upholding of high icfeab ma Thelma Barclift e Billy Pape Fred Behrends Phyllis Boyles .lerra Vee Brown Janice Edwards 2: Y If 454 Q1 Mitchell Jenkins Edith Borjes Shirley Council President Vice-President Rec. Secretary alconal onor oczelg To most students the National Honor Society represents the culmination of their high school Shirley Leitch Xlary Johnson Barbara Hatcher Wallace Hanchey career. The thrill of belonging to this society of high principles was displayed at meetings as the newly inducted members attended for the first time. The members were chosen on the basis of their ability to uphold and extend the four cardinal prin- ciples of the society: scholarship, leadership, service, and character. Doris Garner Dure Jo cglllllilil Burt Grant hw Av' 'Q- if Page 124 worflzwlzife ciiizelw of tomorrow k.I12lYlHTTt' llflfll' Putty Rumplc' klwzmm- Sqhcll Xlzzxim- Schwartz L'l1:1rlc'r1c' Sidbury . " " ' my mg . M lim-th U hm- lm I xxmwmi fl Y 'x wg, Vlxhvm F mwn L - K' ' V ' A Hvlvm Sxt'K't'Ih ,V X 1 ,V I Q A, i ,fm 'A zlmzm Fmppm as E Q WW y E bn' Gr. Mm liwwlf-S XIZlLlI'iCl' King Nliw Huw . v 1 ry N."l'Vt'fII7x1' 'f'l'e'11.f11I'1 1' .ffll zu 1' 5' 496 Dam Silvia Xlwrx I m1iw5i111II1ur1 'X , Dr ,L-Q i' 'iii ,ln 5! xx X Page I25 511 ' irlw Svzlgrmf f.. 'sr Z at Q- nowfeclge pina experience it IS m er...M,. Ewan ' "3 wel . fi .-1 ,y w an - we gm f...a,.,. qv. i - are L .9 .sa , . WA t f' W'-an - ww. Q., .. ,,,,, St' Hi if use vit? mmf 'll my ,ty .W "gm"2.aE? anna: It 1 famine Q 'ii suv wi 19. 0. Office fracfice Cfub Rau' lHII'.' Shirley Leitch, Evelyn Stephenson, Naomi Melton, Georgia Quinn, Geraldine Shipman, Doris Merritt, Connie Surles, Margaret VVillis, Fay Huckabee. Rofw tfwo: Charlene Sidbury, joyce Klander, Cynthia Shirer, jean Carter, janice Riggs, Betty jordan. Rofwtl1rff.' Billie fiowen, june Melvin, Anna Batuyios, Rose Mary Iewandowski, jerra V. Brown, Rnftc fuur: Dorothy Rockmere, Betsy VVeedon, YVilhelmina Carroll, Elizabeth Vvebb, Mary I.. Simmons, jean Parker, Fay Flowers. Rofw fair: Mrs. Bjonerud, Herbert Millis, jack Kirkman, David Ieachey, R. N. Allen, Marcus lnnis. Truinfr Firm lllcn, R. N. Y. NI. C. A. Bennett, Rex Brown, jerra Vee Carroll, WVilhelmina Carter, jean Dosher, David Flowers, Fay Gower, Billie Huckabee, Fay Innis, Marcus jordan, Betty Kirkman, jack Klander, joyce Leitch, Shirley Lewandowski, Rose Mary Melton, Naomi Melvin, june Merritt, Doris Millis, Herbert Parker, jean Quinn, Georgia Riggs, janice Rocltmere, Dorothy Shipman, Gerry Sbirer, Cynthia Sidbury, Charlene Simmons, Mary Louise Stephenson, Evelyn Surles, Connie Teachey, David XVebb, Elizabeth XVeedon, Betsy XVillis, Margaret Tidewater Power Company Sears, Roebuck Sc Company Board of Education XVenburg Brothers Tidewater Power Company Service News Company Bradley Creek School Marht Village School Springer Coal 8: Oil Company J. C. Green Company, Insurance ,Xdju MacMillan 8: Cameron Company Modern Laundry Vocational Shops james VValker Memorial Hospital Ocean Motor Sales, Inc. New Hanover High School VV. E. Stanley, Insurance SIOI' Mill and Contractors Supply Company Instructional Supply Department, Boa Elird's Department Store Catlett School New Hanover High School .Xudio-Visual Education Department Sunshine Laundry Isaac Bear Othce junior Chamber of Commerce james VValker Memorial Hospital New York Life Insurance Company Service News Company VVebb Radio and Television Service Etird's Department Store Isaac Bear Office Page 126 rd of Education ef wwwf. .. wmawmw qw.-4-ww.-n nm. ..., ,M,,w...v..,, '11 W I Zrazfe and lpncfudrg l'1r5l ron. Charles Iaftt Claude arrell Donald Nlelton Q ordun liaison IIYIIIIS ohn on Hohln Bland Mr Lu-.lc btuhbleheld Yuan! ron. VK ade Holder Sammx Ballex Stacx Rhode Donald L oduun Sam Houxton bum Cox lngmn Charles arrell Ro-u Illru Uttxx lfdxvud Xxdx Xndreus XxllllZl!I1BFlHWIl ack Nevskxrk Bolulmx Har re Yaxne Holder Rav ohn on Ron. our Wilbur Hale R Dau nr' ian Romance Xaron Reglster Robert C alphln Bull leeuuenherg. com :ne io uwure Jo J bmgw --.4 T' 1 Tx rwfp, XXXX X my W! I n I ls x mm Sammx ummm wa rc I xucc a frm X llwl nn the no running., une of the mam uuneras ln Wzlllam Sen ff Station on the-torn r ln of the Cape Fear Plectrn Nhup the audm ua depar ment 0 the of lhlrtecmh and Nlarkrt Ntrer where he works chuol Page 127 ll group up fied ilwfruciiona Quo Wadi.: ,Cafin Club Left fo right, fry! rofw: jane Brown, Pat Tickner, Andrew Canoutas, Kathryn Lewis, Fred Vallianos, Betty Smith- son, Marian Leiner. Srrond rofw: Shirley Hutchinson, Aneta Culver, Virginia Keister, Billie Marie Shearon, Mil- dred Henderson, Josephine Gilmore, Donald Strayhorn, Miss Mary Lathrop. Third rofw: Ronald Davis, jack Solomon, Edward VValker, Robert Miller. Page l28 Roman Rebela .lialin l"ir.i1 f0'LL'.' Nellie Grax' Taylor, Ethel .Xvera, Miss Mary Lathrop, Charles Hicks, Lenox Cooper, Betty Ann Bor- deau, Emo Boado, Barbara Nlalott. Szwrnril rufux' Martha Knott, janiee Edwards, Robert Brown, George Autry Louise Saunders, Sarah johnson, jennie Bartlett, Mary Northron, joan Hickman. Thiriz' roar! George Brown YVayne Cushing, Billy Teague, Howard Brittain, Barbara Mcliee, Melba Hines, Norma Sellars, Elane Scoggins jane Nlullinix, jerry Faye Rich. Fuurlh rafux' Hattie Gray Kinlaw, George llarriss, Kenneth Davis, Bob Coleman jerry Smith. a ive. afatinilea ouncf gngfialz Confederate Roman.: .falin Cfub Front f0q.L'.' Carolyn Cole, Farrell Teague, Barbara Pace, Catherine llerrirzg, Gloria Smith, Albert Creasy, Alice Dannenbaum, Geraldine Leary. Srruml rufuz' Sally Ottaway, Betty Bordeaux, Peggy Nethereutt, Dolores Clem- mons, jane Mooring, Ruby Browning, Norma Bryant, I.jIf!'l' fharlrto.-, Mary jane Birrningliam. 7llIlfJl'!1'lL'.' Bruce Ludlum, Greg Davis, George Lewis, Sondra Kaltin, joy Ce Martin, Sherri Forrester, Patsy Barrett, Emily Gilbert, Miss Mary Lathrop. Fourth faux' Dickie Manning, David Tousignant, Karen Kurka, David Barefoot, Ronald Baldwin, and Bobby Nlurphy. Page 129 eriualiuea, wlzife grenclzfinga 'lu fserui aciafini Left to right, roqu onr: Gloria Padrick, Miriam Hickman, Danny john, jimmy Lancaster, Roxana Melmane, Oscar Grant, Sally Hicks, Barhara jo McKinnon. Rofu' two: .Iudy Brainard, Annette VVooten, Eugie Long, Bettye Riven- lmark, Yvonne Brown, Katherine Theolvald, Lynn Corbett, Lynida Giddings, .Xnne Hatch. Third r0fu:.' Margaret Thompson, lN1ary Anne Elmore, Buddy Davis, Lloyd Harrison, Bobby Saunders, Felice Uuld, Mary King, Sharon Speaker, Sallie Yopp, Polly Parrish, Miss Mary Lathrop. Alrugglecl with H ana galniuev ff 11419019 - iii-MHWS3 scan ft W we .Nm wvdlvlw- lgwrffvarwnwnuosww-w'ffv4Kl QQ ,WM 4... W.. M., C9 Kllwvt, ,ta-QQQKQQP up 'fl -Nw am wntwf-sa' ,,-talilllwvathasu 1-vu-ans-not-Q.-5.1mm tyranny f ww! lrvhlliw-Lwtlwmd if-" lillilliii T5-2" . . . aria-S at Sgr' " " an , M fig We sp, '- vt , , 14,- ' 42 'r 7' Q.. rt. e P . 'V .lf ' M . 3 " 'Y 2 V W i .fe Cercfe granca is Fran! f0!L'.' Fred Behrends, Maxine Schwartz, Barbara Hatcher, Mitchell jenkins. Rofu' Iwo: Travis Durham, Margaret Clark, Sara VVarren, Kay Godwin, Lucile Harden, Doris King, Ann Mangum, Mr. T. P. Brown. Rau' lhref: Thelma Barclift, jo Ann Pugh, Charlotte Prior, Dan Silvia, Hugh Sanderson, Nathan Skipper. Rau' four: Kenneth VVilliamson, Bolshy Tate, Martin Nichols. Page l3O -wg .W- S- . alma. can-A uw me W--aa . mu ma-uw ..,. at . 0... mann earning to Jpeak paniah Spaniafx Cfuba Fun-filled Spanish classes proved to be educational as well as pleasurable. The hundreds of vocabu- laries, the endless conjugations of verbs. and the queer placement of pronouns at first baffled, but finally led to a reading knowledge of Spanish, an enrichment of their native English, and a better understanding of our Latin-American neighbors and their motherland. Spanish club meetings brought enjoyment and color to the classes with movies, records of l'Yma Suinacf' and speakers like Hrs. VVilliams, a former resident of fllexico. Second-year Spanish students enjoyed reading Spanish short stories and books with Spanish back- grounds. Uccasionally excellent projects, such as the model of a hacienda, won everyones attention and admiration. llfalganoa .fbias Crnlrri Bertie Lewis, joel Martin. Barb of w11trr.' Buddy Rogers. lflnrkqzixr, ,starring lrfix Barbara VVomble, Billy VVarwick, Frances Bellamy, Elaine jordan, Betty Scott, Mary Cox, juyre Bell, Libhy Dann, Betty Cox, Peggy Clark, Phyllis Niven, Charlotte jones, Cecelia' Black, Charles Dusenbury, Lawrence Pennington, Bill Hardee, jean Ahrens, Tommy Clemmons. Oulrr rdgr: Ed Caldwell, Fritz Ccrrel, Mrs. Bellamy, Virginia Harris. Page l3l l .fa ,Pala I-'rrml rnfux' jimmy Ingram, Nancy Knox, Pete Dannenhaum, Vivian Valley, Ray Buck. Rnfw tfwo: Faye Futrell, Pat Shipp, Carolyn Turner, jo Allen Brown, Sam McMillan, joanne Schell, Helen Cleland, Frances Harrelson, Xdelaide johnson, Sylvia Vereen, Mary johnson. Rofw Il1rr'r.' Billy Burns, Hobby Lyons, David Pace, Lloyd Green, janet MCVQ-y, Graham Farmer, jan 'l'ownsend, john Brindell, johnny Thornas, Charles Starnes, Q. li. Snipes, john Nwart, Mrs. Mary Be'larny. increaaecf our cledire to ?f:.3?+-i ... M li v"Qx. . -v 1 , x K A -1 ,604 Zoroa-.biaparando gdpanofes Cf'ntfr.' judy Malpass, Mary Catherine Cole, joanne Bare.. Imff 10 right, imzrr firflru' Beth VVhite, Ann Bowles, Emily Knox, Gloria Rucker, jean Buchanan, Phyllis Bayes, janet Simpson, Patricia XV00d, llelores Tyson, Ann Greer, Allan Hardin, Heserly Sumner. Outfr rirtlrf VViley Broun, joel Martin, Charles Ruark, Nlarvin Davis, Udey Broun, john Thompson, I.. G. Harris, Robert Ellis, Frank Clemmons, Robert Coleman, Mrs. Mary Bellamy. Poge 132 'S in I' 1 .604 Ciuadf-04 Reales fluisn Ilol lis NVQ rd Pin:-r, ff' WHIIVV, lfff ln riyllfi Mary Ann YV:itkins, lilizabelh Reed, Barbara lNir'I.enlnore, jackie Ure-en, Mary Edna , Bobby Franks, Sara foley, Peggy jolly, Mrs, Bellamy, Vanry Triwlex, Fred Kelly, j3Ilt'l Currin, Partic- , Bc-rky Rubbins, .Xnne Marie Che-nwfirth, jc-an Fisher. 1n5iJf'.' Marvin XVatsun, Charles Gorman, Michael Eric Uertel, jim Rivenbark, Toinrny 0'Neal, .Xxhmn Uudley, liininy fmil, jlllllllf' Council, Harry Nash, Hnblrv Lnswen, Harold Laing, Hobby Hall, ecome riencfa o our neiglzbora .fad Rebelzfea Cgspanofea l'runt four juhnny Ne-al, Hula Craft, Rivlmrd Klux, Sarah johnwn, Mary XX'ingard, john Dirk-on, Mary A. 'l'il- mlen, Turn Broun. Sunni! I'0u'.' Shirley Pinrr, .Xnn lxeiixxrrilwrg, .XIIIIC Craig, Beverly llarilin, Lum Umm, hara .Xnn Phelpx, Mary X. Divine, Nlary Neal, Marie Hall, juan McKcnlie. Thin! ruqau' Mn. licllainy, Hulinc-N Davis, .Xndrew Milnur, jack Smith, john Varga, john Vine-a, jimmy Iioughlin, Donald liraviano, Haruld juhnson, Cath' erine Smith, P096 I33 Vp., 470.4 ,bicfzodoa fapanolos Lrft to right, fry! l'll'TL'.' Richard Smith, Shirleyjo Keever, Martha' Benton, -Iudy Nlassey, Mary Nell Piver, Jeanne Duvall, Mary Low, Miss Martha Stack. Smvnt! I'0fl,L'.' joe Norwood, Ann Croom, Mary Gallup, Hollie Johnson, jack Spivey, Harry Vl'illiams, George Gaddy. Tl1irt1'rofw.' Delmar McGowan, Bubba Brown, Frank Gordon, Richard Levis, Paul Burton, Donald Morton, Tommy Mallard, joe 'I'ardugno, Sonny jurgensen. Jouilz of the border A Q '4 it Wav W ,C ii' Vivian Talley and Joel lla board. I 'TZ Judy Nlalpass displayed a lovely Spanish Cogtume, Betty Carol Cox and Joanne Schell studied for a Spanish test. Page 134 Y tin decorated the bulletin My -an i.4cuA4ion.4, debated, mouiea t government Club: . "ML Cbztirmzin, l move the previous question." Through , 1' such remarks students displayed zt knowledge of the cor- 1- 1'+53'.4HlQM, rect use of pzirlizunentztry procedure. lfnthusiztstic club members sponsored baskets for needy families at Thanks- giving und Christmas. Local civic leaders and other in- ' vited guests gave inspirttionil rtlks to the members Dr Pr ml. I ox elm s nicss lge stre sing the import inte of rftcl il md religious groups uorking together to help creite a better understtnding ot the rights of bnited Stites cltl ICDN will long be rernetnbercd l he xelr xx 'ts highlighted hx the mnuwl spring trip to XV tshington D L, vi ere t e students sm the hrine of our n1t1on1l voxernment Peggw Urigger ls senn looking at the picture ot the VK tshmgton trip 'i S 'X 1 'Nw ,,,y,n.gyw Ah 'v 'V-JU Jn epemfence overnmenl Cl 6 1,0111 ,ou Xllgg BIQLQ Bt-tn img Bai-h:1r1 XXonib'e lieth X5 hire leggx W arren Phxllis Nix en Srroml rofu. Ann Chenuorth ldilh Borjes I-xa lxefala Fax Huckabee leggw DFILECFN NW! 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U-ii' .cegramf Memorial government Club Lrft to right, fin! rofw: Irene Emory, janice Garrett, Eleanor VVest, jo Ann Pugh, Barhara Bordeaux, Dure jo Gillikin, Elaine jordan, Carolyn Turner, jean Ahrens, jean Lewis, Marian Corbett. Second rofw: Bobby Tate, Donald Overby, john Thompson, Billy Burns, Donald Rhodes, joe Hood, Victor Batson, WViley Brown, Nancy White, Thelma Barclift, Fred Robinson. Third row: Frank McNeill, Nathan Skipper, David Pace, Billy VV' joel Martin, Cliff Clark, john Martin, George Pickett, Burt Grant, Linwood Thorpe, Mr. Conway Thornhurgh. highlighted our inferedf in 1 W L-0 . Kergeron '14 Confecfera le: Fir!! rofwi Faye Flack, Suzanne Shepherd, Carolyn Newton, Uaynell Sbipp, Shirley Brown, Faye Moore, lthalia Lovett, Carolyn Kirkham, Betty Scott. Srwontl rofwi Bayne Bradley, Iva VVells, Travis Durham, Peggy Clark Nettie Sue Coffey, Mercelle Mathews, Claude jarrell, Billy jordan. Thirtf rufw: Mr. VVilliam Bergeron, Robert Meyland, George Munroe, Claude Efird, Hilbert Hodgin, jimmy Ingram, Billy Eason, Carol Lowder, Martha Buchanan. 'W nh 'M rig! Q Keller Citizens of Zomorrow Fin! row: Elizabeth Webb, Edna Watkins, Betsy VVeedon, Betty Brown, Martha Schenk, Margaret Freeman, Billie Saunders, Janice Edwards, Celeste LeGwin, Pat Yarborough, Libby Dann, julia Lee. SFl'0Ildl'f0'lU.' Edith Hales, Betty jordan, Ann Lumsden, Connie Surles, Clara Thompson, Cynthia Robbins, Zalma Brower, june Melvin, Lynne Grant, Geraldine Shipman, Frances Bellamy. Rowfour: Mr. William Bergeron, Alice Holiday, Herbert Millis, Odey Brown, Donald McAllister, Gene Butler, Terry Hawthorne, Billy Pape, Leroy Lanier, Charles Hollis, jack Kirkman, Bobby jordan, jack Newkirk, john Walters, Ronnie Long, Donald Taylor, jerra Vee Brown. 55,523 governmental i.44ue4. llemocrafic O Mwi- ,lk grunts 0 Qbemocracg l'1H!l1fLL hate Stewart Bettx Singleton Bettv Blanton Marllxn Xlexander xl'lXll'lC Schxvlrtl Helen Cleland lat Rumple Nancx Liles oxce Bell C awnelle Lanler Pat Brown Snunl rofu VS 'lllace Hanchex Farrell league Bob Vlxllxams Nathan Bwrd Carl ohnson Ind Caldwell Harrx C ro s l-mul Boado leur Frost ItdLxnch Thnd :ou C d 'Nadine Brxant Hobbs Lxons Nlr Bergeron Nlartln Nlchols Xl C umb C eorge Cam Nan Kung nn o sun Hallet Cawton o Xnn VS alton ...a ankee JD dle ebeb Front ron Ann Von Cannon Xnn Mangum Helen Stesens Barbara Hatcher Berne Iewrs Margaret VVlll1s Helen Farr bhrrlew Racltlev joan Perrxtte Charlotte Prxor Yrrorrd :ou Buddy Rogers Lloyd C reen Iommy R h d Hobbs 'Iommy Clemmons ohn Drcltson Bully bflllfh Bobby Lucas Durwood Buck Donald Coleman IC ar kern lim I :ou Mr C urganus C raham Farmer Bobby Ozment Bully Costas Frances Harrell julxan Rogers Odessa lxoen Bull Rosensteel hrpnla Harris Cwenlvn Barts Hulda Wllllams NH s V W. " Aff, Ns 5 aa- r is A R 4 .. , l fs , of 6 fg F N ,X , 4 ' ' I I 'sa s .. I ' A R. V ,kg , ' f 'I ' Q ' . D' , , . A .A - ' -X '- H X ' - , VI. -V . AJ 'Y Y 31, . Y . V' V s n ,C 'VY ,. Y " ' .-'A' ' D' , ' -I 5 , ' ' , H' I SJ, . , . 's ,, B -' . ' ' .' ' ,' . Q D' s.. . ,. ' -' 3 . 3 ' '. ' l ,.l' 9 ' V s V 'I , 1 l " ,- , , K . W r , s Q 71' 5- N: .3 V Q K . , V. 'S 3' , f . f . Q , I 1 bl' V . 1.5 y 00 R ll "' A N u 'A u S V -'v v D I .fn K 'lr ' -',.l . ,' l , .' V, ' , ' . ' S. ' . 't . I 5, S , , ' , 3, 5 , ' , principfea were maintaine 055 5 Criliw of governmenl Front rufie: Ronnie Phelps, Naomi lNlelt0n, Mary Smith, Shirley Leitch, Doris Merritt, Georgia Quinn, Rose Lewan- dowslci, Charlie Snow, liolmlmy Chadwick. Srrontl rofwt Phyllis Boyles, Beverly Sumner, Mary H. Stevens, Cather- ine Farrow, Bessie Packer, janet Gardner, Betty Reese, Emily UUYLIZJHIIH, l'l0l1l1y Clark, Andy Tysinger, Billy Leeuwenlierg, Tommy Gore, Charles McClelland, Sain McMillan, Kenneth Uttis liilwarcls. 3' , ,F f W wh, f ,,,,,- .f v ,"y , , Knox, Mary janicki, jack Rogers, Third rofw: Mr, Charles Starnes, Mack Overton, Bruce lDesCharnps, Carter, Q. B. Snipes, Clary Koonce, Harry Barnhill, 0 M l lv...-W.-ww. 4 are bein 0CI'llCy Qgeekefi Firxt fU'L4'.' Marvin llavis, Ruby Browning, Charlene Sidlsury, Gloria Rucker, Sylvia Yereen, l'at Fryar, joan Monte ford, Maxine George, Pat Kannon, Pat Shipp, Donald Godwin. Smunil ru-ua' Fay YVrip,:hr, jean Parker, Billie Gower, Evelyn btephenson, janiee Riggs, Harlvara I-Izlell, jean Buchanan, Cynthia Sliirer, Mary Simmons, joanne Bates. Thin! rumf Mr. Gurganus, Harris Cooper, Bobby Hope, johnny Neal, Florenz VS'orreIl, Hill Har- dee, Harry' Hayes, Frank Gordon, 'lihurnas johnson, Roy Carney, Ed Thorpe, Charles lartt, Rex Bennett, Hobby lillis, R. llaiis, .Karon Register. Page I39 8'i' l 4. 4"' .ya 5 1 W ni 'fl' K 'Www c ' . gp., , .9 ' 3 h e ers 4 iaitiv gms w a n -- A- f5i"ji,iQ Yfifi i . sr .s r ss, yew, H., v H x f L, ifggglli-ji,S'Q,1,2 . .,1V Q GETAQL ,N ww' v 'Er -' eg wg: AM ff .,. Hy. , if " , 1 . w A sf e ffiws is . . . 'f.. 1afs f ,s ez -Q.. fi . . na ws gf - Q - 'a ' 3 We ".'i3'i7' a .,.. ..::: :- 2' , 'ef X eggrrfizv 1 , ' r,ee,'5'?-'f',,1gvg r -f r gg . XXI?- as as swf: ff: ' , 1 ma ,. , , f 1 - . -- A . .grgfsi .1 X - lfiwg' .2 Q ., .' :.-r g, +2241 "YI, ' m y 3515953 ., -5..lki5'jg.2'4 s fe-i ,.,, ' ' ,U , . xx ,, I 'Wikia i 2 4 'Q iff, 1,255 QM s Q 1 lj i Rami' Reik i 5' zz' f ., of -rs. ve. ff 4 we .,: : a an-sfo Jvli- y 'Sing al Front rofw: Claris Ima: Molly Adams, jean jones, Linda Pridgen, Emily Gilbert, Betty Smithson. Row tfwo: Sara Ann Phelps, Ann Lassiter, Sarah johnson, jackie Boado, Durwood Buck. Rau' lhrrri jimmy Ingram, Graham Farmer. Rofw jnurg lrene Emory, Nancy VVhite, Virginia Harris, Q. B. Snipes. Clzriafian afmoapltere prevaifecl Hi-Y and Tri-lli-Y clulvs strove, through their various influential activities, to promote high standards and to develop character hy living up to their ideals-clean speech, clean scholarship, clean athletics, and clean living, lklembers of the co-orclinating committee map- Page ped out the yearly activities, in which the individual chapters wholeheartedly took part. Outstanding among yearly activities was the VVeek of Prayer, held early in December. Bean suppers promoted a Christian at- mosphere ancl closer fellowship among members. l40 aa Ni- Z! an ri- i- y groupa ,ki senior girl: i 5ri-Jwli- y Fran! rofw, lffl to riglzif Beth VVhite, Joanne Schell, Edith liorjes, Ann Vunfannon, Suzanne Shepherd lpresi- dentj, Thelma Barclift, Helen Stevens, Pat Shipp. Rofw taco: Shirley Leitch, Gwynne Hinson, Shirley Council, Nancy White. Row Il1rz'1'.' Barbara Hatcher, Shirley Seagroves, Irene Emory, Nancy Knox, Miss Princess Stellings Cadviserl, The-ra Strawn, Peggy VVarren, Eva Kefalas, Vivian Talley, 'SHP Yi. Senior Kay: , Ni- y Front row, lift to right: Nathan Skipper, Robert Brinkley fpresidentl, Charles Hollis. Row two: Mitchell jenkins Durwood Buck, Bobby Ellis. Row thru: Sam McMillan, Tommy Clemmons, Bill Warwick, Billy Pape, jimmy In gram, Q. B. Snipes, David Pace. Page l4l Airoue to fo! ow t eu' cree uIlL0l' gif!! 6 .N Front rou Cecilia Black lN1ary Catherine Cole Sue Edwards joSm1thw1ck fpresidentl Judy Malpass jean Jones Catherine Won der Leith Eleanor VVeQt Sffond rofu. jean Fisher Elms McKoy 'Xnn Lassiter Sara Ann Phelps Thzrd rofu. Carolyn Simpson janet McVey Jo Allen Brown jane Lanier Molly Adams Betty Lou VValton Joan IIETCC Sarah johnson Xnn Shelton Diane Snakenhurg Sylvia VVllson jackie Boado funior fog: , Hi- y Front f01L'.' Frank Gordon, Paul Burton, David Ottaway, George Lewis, Hugh Sanderson, Ronald Hailey, Russell Casteen. Sfrond row: VVarwick Porter, Jimmy Council, Billy Kraus, Melwood Raines, Robert Cole, Mike Parker. Page l42 anal io encourage lziglz .4ianc!ard.4 -Q X4 T' . Sophomore girb , Uri-ffb y lmfl tn rigflff, fran! rnfuu' Betty Pugh, Pnuln Kurnegay, Ethel Avurn, Q'1ll'I'Ull Xeukirk 4prf.-sizientb, .Km-tn fulver uyfe XVhitrnan, Shirley Pin-l'c'e. Rofw lava: Betty .Xnn Bordeaux, Sally Hivkx, l.ynn:' Shannon, Peggy Blzlvklsurn. Rom' fllI'I'I'.' Pat Ticknur, Barbara Eason, Nornm Bryant, Dottie jo jznnc-s, Mary King, Alice Uannenlmaum, Shirlex 'nyIur, Emily Gilbert, Betty Smithson, Karen Knrka, Niiriam HiCklIlIlI'1, .Xnn Craig, 'Ilmkie YVells. is Sophomore 505.4 I Ni- y .ffl In 1iyl11,frfml :nazi lirnwt ,Xndcrwn, I-fd liullnrd, fhnrlr- lliflw. Rufu' Huff llznvid Barefoot, Uxcar Grant Hnlwlw Murphy, Rnswli Ifu-utr, Ururuc .Xurry Page 143 Front row: Robert Rhodes, Henry Core, Doris King, llargaret Head, Pete Dannenbaum Marcia Dukes. Row tum: Imogene Mathews, Jeanette Blake, Sally Hicks, Patsy Barrett, Peggy Driggers Jannie Johnson, Norma Bryant, Sammy Hill. Row three: hlargaret Rogers, Patty Rumple, Patsy Yar borough, blaxine Schwartz, Charlene Ray, Catherine Herring. Row four: Suzanne Shepherd Joanne Bates, Roxanna lllebane, Shirley Seagroves, Karen Kurka, Barbara Pace. Row fire: 'Barbara Hatcher Barbara Womble, Beth VVhite, Thelma Barclift, Alice Dannenbaum, hlartha Boone, Katherine Lewis Row six: Robert Moore, Nathan Skipper. lzeapiana Jpeni a buag year The lights were on. The curtain had fallen. Another year's production of plays put on by the enthusiastic Thespians had been completed. Under the able di- rection of Bliss Doris Hovis, members staged and presented The Dear Departed, an assembly hit. Highlighting the spring calendar was the colorful production of Cinderella. In April a cast journeyed to Chapel Hill, where they presented The Finger of God in the annual Carolina Dramatic Festival. Backstage artists worked as student directors, tech- nicians, and committee members. Climaxing the year was the late spring production of The Finger of Cod and a comedy, lfrerytlzizzg Nice. Page I44 15545, li. .i .gf S.. ik: f 3 ., 'ggi ,E preaenfing ramalic lzila Top: Elizabeth Barefoot, Sue Walton, and Pete Land rehearsed a scene from Hansel and Grelel, a spring pro- duction which was originally scheduled for performance. Left: Sammy Hill, Catherine Herring, Bobby Rhodes, and Roxanna Blebane gaped with amazement and disappointment when they discovered that "The Dear Departed" fHenry Corel was still alive. Right: Catherine Herring and Bobby Rhodes discussed ways of disposing of the property of "The Dear Departed" as Roxanna Mebane looked on in interest. Page 145 Kim B WW au ne 'MM' ,,,,,, an M QS it Q us- T TTJ""' 25.55255 QQZMQ Mixed Cf1oruJ Holi, Left to riglzr, fron! row: Lucile Barden, Janice Garrett, Shirley Nelson, June Finberg, Faye Flack, Doris Scott, John Broclcwell, B. C. Deans, James Pappas, Pat VVilson, Marian Corbett, Shirley Ship man, Jo Ann VValton, Phyllis Savage, Sara Coley, Klr. Sam Taylor Qdirectorl. Rofw tufo: Hilda Hier ritt, Allan Hardin, Pat liryar, Sara Yvarren, Freida Bland, Beth Wvhite, Leon Holden, Alfred Brown, Lewis Frost, Johnny Neal, Johnny Thomas, Ben Norton, Sally All, Xlarcia Dukes, Jean Jones, Jean Fisher, Betty Lou VValton. Rau' Ilzref: Charlotte Jones, Janice Edwards, llflimi Bergen, Cecilia Schle- gel, Sylvia lvilson, Bertie Lewis, Durwood Buck, Kenneth Alexander, Ed Brown, Ed Anderson, Tommy' Capps, Diane Snakenburg, llary Ann Yvatlcins, Pat Brookshire, Phyllis Boyles, Faye Xvright. Rau' four: Nancy Knox, Patti Xloore, Joan lNIcKenZie, Carolyn Cotchett, Lillian VVilliamson, Jimmy Rae Parker, Graham Burkheimer, David Block, Charles Starnes, Victor Edens, Larry Bullard, Joan Pierce, Anne Lassiter, Joan Klontford. Rout fire' Betsy Hurst, Sandra Creech, Kay Godwin, Ann Shelton, Bruce Ludlum, Billy Pape, Phil Jones, Bruce Jones, Grant Armstrong, Donald Coleman, Bobbie Franks, Fred Kelly Cpresidentl, Adele Klann, Frances Bellamy, Klary Gallup. CQIEOFUJ gall? laudable pI'0gl'6ll11fJ an so ew ,.z" I Left: Johnny Thoinas, Graham Burkheimer, Bohhy Franks, and Fred Kelly rehearse zi scene from Danni Dither. Top, riyliis Faith Cfklimi Bergenl, Hope CPatti Kloorej and Charity Qlloris Scottj sing their vzilues to swing time girb, glee Cfub practiced hare! P4 girls I glee auf Front row: A. Rusher, B. Xlcliinnon, K. Kurka, A. Thorpe, B. lklillinor, R. Bridges, B. Hardin. Row two: K. Rusher, A. Holden, N. Bryant, K. Lewis, Driggers, A. Phelps, E. Gilbert. Row three: N. Futch, B. Sellers, M. King, Cooper, S. Canady, B. Venters, BI. VVilliams, lloore, B. A. Bordeaux. Ro1vfour:C. Herring, A. Hatch, L. Corbett, F. Bowers, C. Pickett, V. Skipper, A. Blanton, P. Jones, B. jones. v Right Creading clockwise from bottoml: Thelma Barclift, 'Linda Pridgen, Ellen Yvhitley, Judy Mal- pass, Carolyn Cole, and Jean Wagamon. Constantly practicing techniques, the NHHS band majorettes thrilled spectators with their half-time activities at football games. Stepping lively, the majorettes led the band in all parades. Full of vim, vigor, and vitality, these charming girls added the finishing touches to all band festivities. ajorelte.4 prance gui y Bottom, left to righl: Thelma Barclift, Jean Wagamon, Linda Pridgen, Ellen VVh1tley Carolyn Cole and Judy Malpass. W i inmuuxnnnaiivfw 4 umggwk ,,uEF'lj X T3-at ,,j'TY"Tg::-.-,."' land Left to right, front rout: Linda Pridgen, Judy lylalpass, Ellen Whitley, Thelma Barclift, Carolyn Cole Row two: Ronald Baldwin, Beverly Sumner, Ann Pate, Dottie ,lo James, Steve Kelly, Tommy Clem- mons, Peggy Hewett, Elizabeth Reed, Ronald Hailey. Row three: Andrew ilflilnor, Tommy Craig, Lloyd Harrison, Hugh Sanderson, John Dickson, Jack Smith, Catherine Von der- Leith, Martha Boone Shirley Fales, Betty Ray Shepard, Marie Dooley, Libby Dann. Row four: James Forrester, Jimmy Rice, Donald Hughes, Robert Cole, Michael Parker, Don NIcAllister, Carl Saunders, L. G. Harris. Row ft-e: Herbert Rivenbark, Daphne Lewis, Jimmy Fisher, Robert Ellis, Emerson Head, David Check- ner, VVilliam Bannerman, Bonnie Shain, David Johnson, Glen Gillette, Nathan Byrd, Derwood Flow- ers. Rriw six: Charles Hollis, Charles Snipes, Alan llloore, Bobby Leitch. an won Jlate-wi e recognition Through top performances, the high school band won great acclaim this year. Playing at all local foot- ball games and at as many out-of-town games as possible, the band, under the direction of Mr. Fred Bouknight, boosted the morale of the team. Band members, clad in appropriate orange and black uni- forms, represented NHHS in all local parades. ln lylarch the band took part in the'district band con- test and part in the Southeastern North Carolina Band Clinic held in Greensboro in April. In May a wonderful concert was presented. Members upheld their reputation as fine musicians. Page 149 a v 'ufilcfcal Jfaff created fine papem Irene Emorr Fzirlor 111 Clzzef bhrrlew C ouncll Ex a Kefalax Nancy VVh1te I'l'!IlIIlf' F him A mu E izior Photo Edlflli Sylvra Wxlkms Roy Carney Vxvran Talley Peggy Warren As: I Ffature Ed 4:11 Nfus Ed Cartoon: Exchange Ed Barbara Womhle Pat Brown Don Tavlor Carl johnson Pat Shrpp Gzrlr Sport: Gzrls Sport: flnt Boy: Sports Boy.: Sporfx Ant Adfvertuementr joan Montforcl C ixnelle I :Inner l eggs Drlggers Frances Bellamx lNl:1rx jane V5 ade Hoa i Typul 455 I Hral fjpzrt -lsr! -li Ugr frrzulnnon Var 4:1 I I :rf Vgr Page l5O , - ' . 1 ' Y . v , ' 1 ' .L I ' v ' 1 ' . ' Y Ta. L , ., 5 3 1' Ag -A3 .1 5' -x Q X was . 4 ' I ' I I 'I ' I I ' ff gui gg 'am . A. -. L i I it gi: if Y it K9 Kufilafcal Carloonisla and Reporfera Left to right, front roto: Barbara Pace, Beth lVhite, Jeanette Uriggers, Pat Yarborough. Row Iwo: Xlargaret Clark, Nancy Knox, Joan Pierce, Xlaxine Schwartz. Sherri Forrester, Sara XVarren, Bill I-lardee. with clever carfoona, newfly .4coop4 Un every other Thursday, eager students awaited delivery of their VVll,lJCA'llS. Eyes lighted up as members of the busy circulation staff, ably "managed by Kliss jean Hostian, entered the homerooms to deliver subscriptions and to sell extra copies. The journalism class, under the faithful and extremely helpful guidance of Blrs. liliza Symmes, had the responsibility of producing the paper. Inexperienced at the beginning of the year, the class soon became adjusted to its new responsibility: and within a few weeks, the first paper was produced. Editor-in-Chief Irene Emory performed her tasks well as she planned front-page layouts, filled in gaps, and advised and assisted her staff. Staffmembers competently scooped news, composed writeups, typed, proofread, drew up pages, and rushed copy to the printer. Xlembers of the ad staff energetically solicited ads from local merchants. Miss Katherine Brown was in charge of the business affairs of the paper. Reporters supplied timely information, which the staff edited. Cartoonists originated clever cartoons to carry out the theme of writeups. 'llhis year's NVILD- CAT staff was responsible for creditable publications. q ee 'F' ....-, ',iV 5 fy 4 i u , ' 'fa I Mrs. Eliza Symmes Xliss ,lean Bostian Xliss Katherine Brown Azlzilser Uirrulrzffon ,lrlriter Buxinest ffdriser Page ISI X v 3 t wifdcal and gypidf Slaff Lvfzmriql1r.- liarhzira Pace, Shirley Ritter, Nancy Bruce, Ann Bruce. u.4ine.4.4 Muff gave il.4 Auppori ia :shi I iii 3' 2 . ibn! i163 ..-.Jud fufildcal Grcula lion Staff P Fl .MAJ Left to right, front row: Judy Malpass, Mary Jane Wade, Frances Bellamy, Kathryn Lewis. Row two: Miss Jean Bostian Cadviserj, Virginia Melton, Josephine Debnam, Elizabeth, Phelps, Barbara Pace, Margaret Head. Page 152 Utlzer puolicaiioru were ecfifec! rf Top: Handbook Committee: Sian qnmw...s-....., ff-we S' sv-MW ,W M f fling: Shirley Council, Billy YVest. Sl'I1f!'II.' lfva Kefalas, Roxana Xlebane QChairmanD. Beth XVhite. lxineelizzy: Patsy Barrett. .Handbook Commillee "Look il up 1.11 lhe lzzlnrllzookf' This typical statement proved to be helpful advice. The Orange and Black Handbook, a small but com- plete compilation containing club information, a copy of the school constitution, and a list of traffic regu- lations, was produced after much hard work by co- operative committee members. Beginning their work during the summer, the members had the handbook ready for students' use early in the school year. 6efepf1one :Directory Commillee Hours of alphabetizing, typing, and proofreading produced the l95l'5'52 Student Telephone Direc- tory. Ohs and ahs were heard as students received and examined the attractive green books with the cleverly designed covers showing a typical high school girl using the telephone. This competent committee produced an accurate directory, which proved to be useful to both students and teachers, especially dur- ing the Christmas card season. lgflfffllllf 'lielephone Directory Committee. Left to right: klan 'l'oyynsend. Shirley Council, Nancy Bruce. Ifva Kefalas, Beth XVhite Cchairmanb, Ann Bowles. Ann Bruce, tloanne Schell. Barbara Pace. 'Q tar Hu slag membera worlzecl together an 5' - ya 5. K in 'W , Q H Luv 2 1 .. A . 25 1 in X - ,llv I 3 jg' 5 5 ' A ,-an M. f ls Nlaurice King Ann Bowles N1rS.N1aryVVyche Nlintz X1rs.NIauriceI7urham Elllffll'-lil-Clllff Bu.finf.rs Jlarragfrl .-ldfvirfl' Bu,rl11r'.r5 .4ll4z'ln'r Qi!- 5, ,X Kr Barbara Hatcher Kay Godwin Eva Kefalas Edith Borjes Frafurr I:l1'i!ur Ffaturr Staff Fralure Staff Club Edilor J' gi Wi Q A-P" , Q I A 5 I I I E S Betty Carol Cox Joanne Svhell Shirluy Council Billy Pape I,ll0l1lflVlIf7l1l1 lfrlllnr' l'lmingrupl1lf Sfllff l'l1otnf,'2'uf1lll:' .fluff .lrf Avfll-ff 1 I' , . 3 . ., ' . .4 QW 67 Thera Strawn Barbara VVomble Suzanne. Shepard Pat Kannon :IJ SMH Edifor .4r1'Staff n1dStaf7 .-ld Staff Page 154 tv' Helen Stevens Club Stay? Ann Von Cannon Club Siafl 45 Q-'V 5 len 6' Q' , Z' . Y" mfr: g. .- , - . Ag 3,31 . 4 fx. '25, w',' Q' 'vi -T'-Wh , .4 --A ", .1vxJ? Sara VVarren juan Pierce .lrl Smff Junior Izllllnr all 5 Beth VVhite Ann Bruce Sulufription Illanagfr Typist ew oping to pro ace ine yearbook it Tx EV -Ioan Pierce, -lunior Iiditor. and Xlrs. Klzuy YYyche Xlintz, adviser, looked on wirh interest as Ifditor-in- Chief 3IllUfiCf' King explains-il :in iflezi for hig Qighnnl. life section. RM 5, 'wc .f-"""IQ, x ipe md Sim XX irren icntlx cn Inu Hfirhim H mher ind Berh W hire lmnked up from their reiii u 1 fi L ee lor n nm in 1 rnitie 'VX -f 1 .17ay.4 of iecfioua preparation roug i rewar of Jafidfaciion .Nanouerian Siu!! "Hand me some more copy sheets, please: and hurry up with that u rite-upf" Each day at fifth period the HAXOVERIAN stahl memhers darted ahout, gathering club in- formation, identifying pictures, scheduling pictures, preparing Writeups, and designing pages. 'l'he mammoth task of producing a yearhook of this size and this quality, with all of the accompanying prohlems, was com' pleted after long hours of tedious work. Top, lefl: Edith Borjes surveyed a schedule of cluh pictures to he taken, while Ann Von Cannon and Helen Stevens planned a cluh Writeup. Barzani: Shirley Council patiently at- tempted to identify junior individual pic- tures as Betty Carol Cox and Joanne Schell hopefully checked pictures with correspond- ing names. 1534 i ,fs 6 gl i i -'Z 8 i 5' V I 1 1 9' Kallalion slab! Bef! to right: Julian Rogers, Lieutenant Colonelg Nlax Cook, Adjutantg Shirley Council, Battalion Sponsor: Bobby Ozment, First Lieutenant: Billy Land, Major. g competent Jia!! "Forward march l" This familiar order was often heard on llonday and Friday mornings at formation. Cadets busily shined brass as they prepared for Friday inspections. Rivalry ran high, for each company strove to win the honor braid. Boys taking this three-year course received one-half unit at the completion of each year. ln classes cadets studied military tactics and military history, and on the drill held they carried on maneuvers. NHHS was represented by its distinguished cadets in all local parades. Senior girl sponsors, chosen by their respective companies. marched with the ROTC at all formations. Shirley Ritter Barbara VVomble Shirley Council Nancy lVhite Barbara Hatcher Company "fl" C0lllf7HIlj' "H" lfrzttulion Sponsor Cornfvany "CUB IJOIIIPIIIIJ' "D" Page 159 IIUIIIX Ingmm I rmlrfent and clederving officer? ,- Blllt VVest TTPIIYIIIPI Hlllx Co NI'1I'Nll'l D'lVlx Sfffflflfl fue lrzszdmzf -aww, nn... I rs! 1 14 'NIH'-. Lrmk Q lrmer Dun L 'iud Ebrd Bobbx P111 Grlb 1m I' lrmer qFL'0Ill1l'U'LL Bob bx Hfxrrell Hubert Hodgm Nhtnhell Jenkms Blllx I md Robb Ixon Incl xI'1!'IlI'l Flllfll rou Hobbs CDYITICIII Lfiwrenge Penmngton Iullan Rogers Rlcbard Rm,erQ Frne t Straughn Din XVIISOD Page 160 ergeanla were ouhifan ing Mar, ,.,...... v........n. 'iii i 2 L 2 2 Sergeanlz, Club Lrfi to right, front rnfw: Conrad YVitherspoon, Neil Oliphzmt, .loe Hood, Russell Clark, Jimmy ller- ritt, Lewis Hollis, Ben Norton, Bohhy Bell. Row 1100: Roy Carney, Terry Hawthorne, Jim Riven- bark, Gene Butler, Buddy Davis, Charles McClellan, C. L. Skipper, Donald Loftin. Row three: Har- old Laing, Francis Traister, Freddy Butters, George Lewis, lid Caldwell, John Braswell, Robert Kloore, David Kaderbek. Rau' four: Odey Brown, Carrol Eclens, jimmy Post, Bobby Franks, Pete Danncnbaum, Channie Grant, Donald Rhyne, Allen Croom, Billy Olness. Row fire: Pete Peterson, Ralph Christmas, jerry Owens, DeXVayne VVilliamson, Jimmy Loughlin, Emo Boado, Bill Gay, Donald Cfverbv. Page T61 W, f ,U 4' 6, 'f fm. ww , 1 lg, U ,. ,KA . -Rf' N Y ,A rw M aw 1. ' 'f fgfsft 31321 Ax , ziggy-54,5 Nw gmwgu' Q A 'ff 'J 'J ' Yi, fb My f , yin., 7 g H ' ? ..f S1535 H ' viii' H. s if '1 , fl A Q is 32. W -,:.::' .,f . , Mx, M " fYff1.'Lf"'Z?,,x lffmf V ML. 'G wh HG " ' ' H Y -. .H . . , , , Vg -ma , If , , W . , ,,.:,,,, ,.,., , ,,w5,5Q ,f ..,r- 1 53 'P 1,?.',w-fini, We px ., we gf J 43. , WAI. L ,A 5 x,.,b.51i,.:,, 7 , ry A . ,34 A L 7 5 E if lj: I 1' ff ' f Y M, 4 , 7fQ,J4 Q 2 . X ff, mg-nf, 4 M. 5 f p? w ,Z , ,N iv, , . X154 . g ,. ww par 'Q ff W e ni 5? 1? if 1'- lik 45 -9 Y 553 4 ff? A if' 'Q ' 2 am 9 "5 Q X -if L Txqiqlgx f 935' 2 ' 'X L' 1 4 1 ,J J? ' "WI: fhfp' 1' f ' - A' Asif' if f Au, I L A . V, 4? . X I J is ,' , Yr Q , Q . if 35 S9 Y us MQ' 3- kg fi? V, nr H, V4 fi iw Q if Q' M e f ,f f gy ' -Ly? ff .-.,4" ig, 'av Cacfefaf Aiurliecl military iaclica Companv Commander, Ernest Straughn Lieutenants: Carmer Davis, Claud First Sergeant! Robert Brlnklm Company Sponsor, Shirley Ritter Efird, Hubert Hodgin Rader of Company Hof, Third year: Brinkley, Robert, Carney, Roy, Connell, Jimmy, Davis, Carmer, Efird, Claud, Fussell Harry, Hodgin, Hubert, Hood, Joseph, Land, William, Moore, Wade, Olness, VVilliam, Pickett George, Straughn, Alvin. Serona' year: Armstrong, Grant, Butler, William, Cagle, Charles, Clark, Harold, Conner, Archie Cox, Richard, Craig, jack, Cribb, Sherwin, Franks, Charles, Grant, Randolph, Herring, Carroll Holliday, Russell, Hollis, VVilliam, Lewis, Alvin, lWcGowan, Delmar, lbloore, Robert, Nlorton Donald, Owens, Napoleon, Palmeter, Franklyn, Preston, Gary, Porter, VVarwick, Rhyne, Donald Rivenbark, james, Simmons, Thomas, Tate, Robert, West, George, Williams, Leon, Williamson Rembert, NVitherspoon, Conrad, Worthington, Thomas. First ymr: Avery, Glen, Britt, George, Brown, John, Brown, Thomas, Bryan, VVilliam, Buck, Rich- ard, Canoutas, Andrew, DuRant, Jemison, Enlow, Carl, Foster, Frederick, Foy, Vura., Gay, Leon Grant, Richard, Henson, Joseph, Hobbs, Jackie, Horrell, Leroy, Jenrette, Morris, Jordan, George, lllalpass, John, Nichols, Charles, Rackley, John, Richards, Joseph, Smith, Jerry, Teague, Billy, Trip- odes, Frank, Vallianos, Limberios, Ward, Alva, Warwick, Robert,VVilliams, Hardy, VVilliams, Harry' VVilson, Cleophas, YVood, YVilliam. Page 163 1 n drilled carrie on manoeuurea Company Commander, Richard Rogers Lieutenants: Billy Costas, Jimmy First Sergeant: W. Taft Bradshaw Company Sponsor, Barbara Womble Ingram, Billy West Rodler of Company HKU Third year: Batson, Gordon, Braswell, John, Bradshaw, VValter, Cook, Nlax, Costas, William, Eason, Billy, Ingram, Jimmy, johnson, Carl, Lucas, Robert, McDaniel, John, Oertel, Fritz, Pope, Harry, Rogers, julian, Rogers, Richard, Ruark, Charles, VVest, William, Williams, Robert. Serond year: Asbury, Relvin, Bruton, Cary, Buck, Gerald, Buck, William, Burton, Paul, Capps, James, Creech, James, Darden, Gary, Davis, Esty, Gregg, Dan, Houston, Sammy, Kerr, Edmund, Ludlum, Henry, lVIcCarley, Eugene, Munroe, George, Overton, Charles, Post, James, Register, Floyd, Skipper, Charles, Sloop, Edward, Smith, Dallas, Soots, Elvin, Stone, Harry, Traister, Francis, Vines, John, VVilliams, Earl, Yow, jack. First year: Barefoot, David, Blanton, Bobbie, Bradshaw, Earl: Casteen, Adrian, Clemmons, James, Danford, Jere, Dempsey, John, Dye, Edward, Dyson, Angus, Galloway, George, Gay, Gene, Griffith, John, Hansley, Kenneth, Joye, Gatchell, King, james, Land, Peter, B1cKay, Edgar, llflanning, Law- rence, Maready, William, Melvin, Donald, Mercer, Kenneth, Nleshaw, Charles, Miller, Robert, Moore, Van, Morgan, Philip, Poulos, Emanuel, Rooks, Robert, Savage, Jim, Smith, Donald, Stamply, lvy, Stephenson, Donnie, Thompson, Stanley, Watkins, Adrian, VVatkins, Horace , Well, Robert, Wil- liams, Clifton, Wrench, Kermit. Page 164 0 eyed orclerd, payee! inapecfiond ' H .. ry..-. a i '-fr 'rf il- a ' , ., J if ' -,ve , C ' -w v -V' . 7 4 . 1 i get ,W , D , V M ,, ,MM . Company' Commander, lklarvin Davis Lieutenants: Bobby Harrell, Graham Company Sponsor, Nancy VVhite Farmer, llitchell Jenkins First Sergeant: Charles McClelland Roaler o Com an UCD P 9 Third year: Bell, Robert: Cooper, Harris: Davis, Xlarvin: Farmer, Chauncey: Harrell, Bobby: Haw- thorne, Terry: jenkins, llitchell: McClelland, Charles: Ozment, Bobby: Pollard, VVilliam: Smith, Richard. Sefonzl year: Aman, YVillie: Huis, David: Carroll, XVilliam: Christmas, Ralph: Copeland, Robert' v Dixon, Henry: Drew, Leonard: Edens, Carroll, Elird, Alex: lfnlow, Horace: Gorman, Charles: Hall- man, Harry: Hurst, XVilliam: Johnson, George: Justice, joseph: King, Thomas: Lewis, George: Lof- ten, Donald: Oertel, Eric: Patrick, Jeremiah: Piver, lilliott: Pressley, Luther: Skipper, Xvilliam' Southerland, james: Spivey, -lack: Swart, Jerome: lValker, julian: VVhitheld, james. l"ir,f1 3-mr: Allen, Klyron: Hatson, YVilliam: Bennett, Frank: lioyette, Gray: llurriss, Allan: Capps v Billy: Cheers, Wvilhur: Cooper, jimmy: Cooper, Lenox: Cottle, Levon: Creasy, Albert: Davis, John: Deans, Hartha: Frost, Don: Furches, lVilliam: Gainous, james: Harper, Edward: Hewlett, Curtiss: Holt, Victor: lnsco, Adron: Johnston, Rohert: Lennon, Alhert: 1lcDaniel, Xlichael: XlcLean, Jim- my: Klanning, Richard: Nlaultshy, John: Nlerritt, Garey: Xlillinor, David: Norwood, Joe: Parker 1 Charles: Finer, Daniel: Powell, blames: Sanders, Earl: Saunders. Rohert: Shaw, james: Smith, Vance: XVolfe, Norwood. Page 165 prouclfy marched in paracfea Culnprzny Cnmmanfler, Thomas R. Lyons Lieutenzmls: Dan lvilson, Firxf Sf"7'yt'I1III.' Company Sponsor, Barbara Hatcher Joel Nlartin, Lawrence Pennington. Harry Clark Kesler of Company U13 D Third year: Butters, Frederick: Cayton, Hallet: Clark, Harry: Hudson, Arthur: King, Van: Lyons Thomas: lylartin, Joel: lklartin, John: Overby, Donald: Pennington, Lawrence: VVils0n, Daniel. Semnd ymr: Benton, Leroy: Boado, Emil: Caldwell, NVilliam: Canfield, Victor: Croom, Alan: Dan- nenbaum, Robert: Darden, Gary: Davis, Clarence: Gaddy, George: Gay, William: Graziano, Don ald: Hall, Robert: Harrill, YValter: Hill, Sammy: Hollis, Lewis: Jurgensen, Christian: Kaderbek David: Kraus, XVilliam: Laing, Harold: Loughlin, james: lNIcCumber, Robert: Klerritt, James Xloore, Robert: Nash, Harry: Norton, Wilbert: O'Neal, Tommy: Peterson, Bobby: Raynor, Eddie Sherman, Harvey: Swart, George: Vallianos, Fred. l"ir.rt year: Anderson, Ernest: Autry, George: Benson, Samuel: Capps, Thomas: Carlyle, Charles Davis, Joseph: Davis, Ronald: Eidson, Arlen: Gay, Earl: Glisson, Lawrence: Godley, Robert: Hicks Charles: Jeffords, James: Lancaster, James: lN1cKenzie, Norman: lN'Ierritt, Bobby: lklonroe, Donnie Nloore, Alton: lklorgan, Howard: Parker, Elmond: Poulos, Pete: Piner, Nlichael: Porter, James Potter, Vivian: Pridgen, Gene: Pridgen, John: Raines, VVilliam: Register, Roland: Sellers, joseph Spivey, Jimmy: Styshenson, Donnie: Tilley, VVilliam: Upchurch, Douglas: Watters, Billy: Whitley llitchell: Williatns, Leonard: Williamson, James: Wood, Ronald. Page I66 to tune of battalion an lass 101. X ,X ,, R056 iaml First row: Ann Pate, Dottie Jo James, Ellen Whitley, Linda Pridgen, Thelma Barclift, Steve Kelly, Tommy Clemmons, Jean Wagamon, Carolyn Cole, Judy Malpass, Elizabeth Reed, Peggy Hewett. Second rout: Beverly Sumner, Lloyd-Harrison, John Dickson, Jack Smith, Jimmie Fisher, Catherine Von der Lieth, Libby Dann, Nlartha Boone, Marie Dooly, Betty Ray Shepard, Shirley Fales. Third row: Ronald Baldwin, Tommy Craig, Andrew Milnor, Sonny Colvin, Robert Cole, Mike Par- ker, Carl Sanders, Don McAllister, Sally Ottaway, Barbara Hailey. Fourth row: Jimmy Rice, James Forrester, Donald Hughes, Hugh Sanderson, Dave Checkner, Billy Bannerman, L. G. Harris, Bobby Ellis, Nathan Byrd, Durwood Flowers. Fifth row: Herb Rivenbark, Robert Ellis, Charles Hollis, Charles Snipes, Alan llloore, Bobby Leitch, Bonnie Shain, Glenn Gillette, David Johnson, Ronald Hailey. The ROTC Band, playing lively marches, led the ROTC battalion at formation every Nlonday and Friday morning. This band made a distinguished name for itself through its excellent performances as a military band. Page I67 ,Fw ,u ,-Q, H., rr , , ,vw ahlzfefiw Uflaer Sport: x N faskelball girl: , allltlelicd goolball Page 169 . Sth I MU 4lll""M E 'Lv fewg,f s -v "' Mr rf W Kneeling: Lillie Pearl jordan, Ludie lhlatthews, JoAnn Jordan, Rita Hodges, Barbara Eason. Front roui: Sally Yopp, Betty Singleton, Blercelle blatthews, Shirley Brown, Doris Smith, Nlarie Swart, Joyce XVhitman, jackie Green, Virginia Dixon, and Patty Sandlin. Semml raw: Virginia Keister, Xlary King, Louise Saunders, Ann Farrow. Third row: Christa Skipper, Ethel Nlorgan, Aneta Culver, Shirley Overton, jane Xlullinix, Pat VVood, Juanita Hales, Grace Mor- gan, and Pat Swart. nergelic girl atlzfetea The Girls' Athletic Association was organized to encourage-more diversified sports for girls. This year the organization strove to meet the needs of all the girls and to stress the enjoyment of sports and the beneficial development of character through sportsmanship. The top award i.n the held of girls' athletics was the State Girls' Athletic Association pin, for which any member could qualify if she had acquired eight hundred points. These points were earned by the members on the basis of their extent in participat- ing in all the sports offered. The highlight of the year was the State Play Day, which was held at Wom- an's College in Greensboro. The organization elected ten members who were outstanding in the field of athletics and most deserving of such an honor to represent them at this event. Page 170 -ug is lX'Ilt'f'Hllfj.' Adele Xlann, Noel -lones. Sfllllflilljjf Sherry Rich, Rita Hodges, Ginger Keister, -lennie Lee Bartlett, Sally Hicks, l,ouise Saunders, and Xlarian lirown. enjoyed fenni.4 matclzea The tennis team, an outgrowth of the Girls' Athletic Association, provided a source of worthwhile recre ation for its memhers. During the spring tennis season, the girls held competition matches among them selves in which they eagerly' participated. Although they did not compete in matches with other schools they looked forward to such a program in the near future. This team held a high place among girls athletics. ea em in ailzleiiw These assistants are iunior and senior students who have had two years of physical education and who have proved superior, in leadership, character, and athletic ahilitv. To call the class roll, to direct activities of their squad, to referee games during the class periods, and to assist stu- dents in learning skills and techniques, and to assist in the Junior High Intramural Program were among the numer- Olls activities and duties of these ahle assistants. These deserve congratulations for their willingness to aid other students: A'lI!'f'!illfl.' Carolyn Jenkins, l,udie Xlatthews. Stmiflinqx lfthel Xlorgan, Nlrs. 'I'ilIirr, Juanita Hales, and Grace hforgan. Page 171 A ,Y 1 f 1 I -Y Y' The members of the dancing class developed grace through rhythmic exercises. Shown are: Front row: Rachel lVright, Awilda Atkinson, Nellie Henry Rollyson, Hilda Cayton, Erma Rhue. Second row: Helen YVard, Ruby Lee Cook, Delores Xloore, Frances Byrd, and Nellie Taylor. encourage more Jporta Basketball was a favorite among gym Students this year. Leslie Hereford is seen shooting, while Juanita Hales, Ludie Nlatthews, and Pat Swart stayed alert and ready to receive the hall. Table tenis is an exercise for the alert mind as well as for the active hody. Shown above are Sally Yopp and Carolyn Jenkm Page 172 Anncttt- Juhnmn and Klart Ann 'llildvn challenged llixic' liatchr-lor and lris Vviggs un the right tn ll gains' of Box llockvy. Spvctaturf includcd Kitty' Ronin and Ruhi' XVatts on the front step, and lzula Love-tte, Shirley Stanley, Arlvnv Klillis, and Uanif- Swart on the sec- ond step. If-1 12? I ri , in iuerafifieaf fielcfa Volleying the ball was Carulvn Graham. who was fuppurted hy Anita Harrell, Nlarian Leiner, JoAnn Jurdan, and Pat lick- ner. Ready to receive the hall were liarhara lfasuri, Ann liar- ruw, Elizabeth liarnhill, .luAnn Hlackhurn, and Pat XVnud. Page 173 -my-lazy up Q , V Ludie Rlatthews and Pat Swart practiced tumbling a popular sport with the girls in the physical educa- tion class. Front row: Dan Skinner, Morris Mintz, Florenz Worrell, Julian Rogers, Burt Grant, Don Hen- drix, Eldridge Wood, Louis Frost, Emo Boado, Ed Brown, lwarvin Watson. Serond row: Tommy Shannon, managerg George Johnson, jack VVatson, George Gaddy, Harry Hayes, Sonny Jurgensen, David Pace, Richard Lewis, Rex Hardy, Joe Wilkins, Lem Vallianos, Cecil Gore. Third row: Linwood Thorpe, Jimmy Southerland, David Padrick, Joel Martin, Jimmy Lancaster, Arthur Jordan, Paul Burton, Danny Nye, and Maurice Johnson. 1951-1952 Lqlzampiona Electric tension ran through the crowd as the team lined up and prepared for the always spec- tacular kickoif. Undefeated, and tied only once, the Black and Orange walked off the field in High Point with the State A.A,A. championship. This title was not our team's only impressive feat. The champions have played in the Pied- mont Bowl in Winston-Salem on December 7, and in the Orange Bowl in Miami, Florida, on December 14. Our co-captains added to the team's honors by being selected as participants in the annual Shrine Bowl game. N.H.H.S. l95l- l952 football team was one to be proud of. Page I74 A Linemen Linwood Thorp and Lewis Frost practiced blocking, while Blorris lklintz, David Padrick, and Joel Martin looked on. practiced unii! Through his unselfish cooperation, each player made the team a line of stars, beneath which his opponents bowed to defeat. The My perfect! Doing calisthenics at the practice Held at Thirteenth and Ann were julian Rogers, Morris Mintz, Florenz VVorrell, Don Hendrix, and Burt Grant, while Coaches Brogden and Davis looked on. school showed pride in the football team as I 'Q V f it piled up scores on the games. A VA , ,h 40 Greensboro 0 7 t, "'i 26 Norfolk 0 i V 2 543, 26 Rocky Xlount 0 Z7 Raleigh 27 '? 42 Edenton 12 f 4 52 Goldsboro 0 3-1' lVilson 0 22 Durham 2 13 Fayetteville 12 l-lr High Point I3 13 Concord, Mass. 20 7 Miami, Florida 21 ' -.214 ,l . , Q ,. ers as ne raced down the held. prz1Ct1Ce pass IH eXCellenr Iorm. Linwood Thorpe drove in strongly, even with ll broken lizmcl, to luring llown the :ul- vzmcing foe. o o arc! pfay, good teamwork typ: Le George Johnson and a little friend practiced calnics during an afternoon scrimmage drill. , if eds., 5 ' ' JK ' wh-M. N Con--, Q Sw .. ww , 2 'ff-, , is -l wg, WJ? 'E , I ,l ff'-1 ' ma, 1 A 'ii' L. . M, 4- g uv-I iv XR u-1""'uMi Sonny hiurgensen and Burt Grant Dan Skinner and Don Hendrix llorris Blintz ' It ' teanl LU 0 LUOI1 C al1'lpl0l'lJ lp :ind Flurcnz VVurrc'ii, cu- cziptziins lIzickUx'c'rt1m :1miCc'ciiGurr -lulizin Rugvrx Shirley Seagroves, Varsity Sweetheart The State Football Champions celebrated this year by selecting attractive Shirley Seagroves as Varsity Sweet- heart. Shirley was crowned at the Football Finals Dance which was sponsored by the cheerleaders. Nancy Bruce, head cheerleader, presented Shirley with a silver bracelet with the inscription: "Shirley Seagroves, Varsity Sweet- heart, 1951-l952.,' Sonny .lurgensen and George john- son, in the absence of the co-captains, crowned her and presented her with a bouquet of red roses. The gym was decorated with green and white streamers and balloons. Featured at one end of the gym was a red heart through which the Sweetheart entered. Acting as crown-bearer for the event was little Sherry Hatcher. Swordbearer was little Bill Baugh. Aefectecf flfamity Sweetheart Facing the Queen are little Sherry Hatcher, crownbearer, and little Bill Baugh, swordbearer. Standing are George johnson, Shirley Seagroves, Varsity Sweetheart, and Sonny Jurgensen. ' 1 ,li Q 0 Big ff 'ff 0 0 Er af- I - . R641 'Hg A J? 78 mm " Qi 'L ' va we as N3-S F555 Z4 M Je., ""P':'! , , ,, 9 , by R , Front row: Foster Bordeaux, Donald Eagle, Bobby Barber, Joe Tardugno, Robert Galloway Clifton Patten, Harold Manning, Shunny Brit tain, Van Moore, lllurle Teachey, Coach Speacht . 1 .t r 1 La., - 1 ,- , Q v . . l l ffl WWA , v Y 4' " . f 5 4' ' 1 gm ' 1 s lr, 8 , ' A, fb? TM? J , i gy' uf, ,T H A , Wi I, 5 fizfy 4 .,-'alfa , 1 15,31 , YQ ,J My fx .,5i:fifl55 1' Qing 'L Q f I , ,., ' .. ' F, 1 X, ' ". , wi" r , 2 ,. t fa we 1 1 1 '-1 '4 'f -life we-ZW' 1 45ff5ivfff2,:r12zwe lf it -Q", yvgy ,Q ,I 60431 V, , vi-4 sm! K fffi A. , X3 3, 47 aN.dWVi,, ,L 4 ,M I 5, 4 , it Serond row: Bill Canfield, Jimmy Williams, David llflelvin, Ray Scott, Harold johnson Greer VVhite, jack Brewer, lXIorris Woodcock Tommy Millard, Daryl Cook, jimmy Skipper ufifcfkiliena gaine experience The Junior Varsity football team played a hard conference schedule during the year. Though they were not always vic- torious, the lVildkittens displayed their love of the sport and a winning spirit all season. The excellent training they re- ceived under Coach Speacht will be a great asset to these future varsity players. urmg, t e l J season the junior Varsity tackled the D ' 1 h 195 -'2 following opponents: Fairmont Wallace Camp Lejeune Tabor City Shallotte Fayetteville Page I79 Reading down and to the right are: Harry Hayes, Co-captain Klanager Harris King issued supplies to Don llorton Florenz XVorrell, Co-captain Ashton Godley Pere Peterson Sonny Jurgensen Russell Clark Hurt Grant Russell Clark tried to make a goal and was pursued by Julian Rogers and blocked by Florenz XVorrell. piritec! playem Sonny jurgensen, Fred Kelly, Harry Hayes, Pete DCC- 6 Peterson, Ashton Godley, struggled to take the ball from the baekbozi rd. 8 11 21 77 Jan. 8 11 15 22 25 29 Feb. 1 5 8 15 19 22 26 llar. 3 4 13 Page iso 1 All American Redheads Hanes High CXVinston-Salemj Kinston Hanes High fVVinston-Saleml Childrens' Home Wvilson Rocky llount Durham Goldsboro Raleigh Fayetteville VVilson Rocky Xlount Durham Goldsboro Raleigh Fayetteville Conway, South Carolina Kinston Conway, South Carolina 14, 15, Tournament High Point Greensboro I1 'e 52 32 58 30 68 48 54 53 59 40 67 67 55 63 62 63 59 76 65 74 66 57 Th 1' y 31 48 35 31 55 49 42 61 31 42 39 37 43 42 33 30 28 58 49 54 30 61 Reading down julian Rogers Rex Hardy Fred Kelly Danny Nye Cieorge Gaddy -Ion Gerdes Leon Holden llon Nlorton Rex Hardy and jon Gerdes leaped for the hall at the regular afternoon practice. Zienae momenta The l95l-1952 Varsity haskethall team lived up to the excellent record set hy their predecessors after a rather slow start in some of the first conference games. XVirh lflorenz XVorrell as the usual start- ing center and the loyal support of such tall and ahle memhers as Julian Rogers, Danny Nye, Ashton Godley, Burt Grant, and Harry Hayes, it was no wonder that halls swished through the nets with such accuracy. Advancing from the junior Varsity of last year were George Gaddy, jon Gerdes, Don Morton, Fred Kelly, Pete Peterson, Sonny jurgensen, Rex Hardy, and Leon Holden, all of whom made 11 fine showing for their first year in Varsity play and created a lasting impression among their spectators. Page 181 and to the left are: u HA Harry Hayes and Burt Grant jumped high for the ball as George Gaddy and referee Sonny Furlong waited expectantly. 'Rfk 'R "vs- front rou Larry Bullard David Barefoot Derris Bradshaw Earl Nliller, Bob Buck Van Moore Qrrond rou Ernest Anderson Lennox Cooper Rox Pursles Jackie Brewer, Tommy Shannon Morris Emmart Third rou errs Coleman Stacy Prestvw ood Tommy Millard, lllaurice Woodcock Harold agen met tough Aclzecfule Ymfkfd Un 41919059 Whllf? Effie Y Andff The Junior Y arsity basketball squad plaved gallantlv during the 1952 season and made an excellent show ing., for the school Under the skilled direction of Coach bpeacht these cagers met with the following Camo Lejeune Kinston W'ilson Rocky Blount Durham Goldsboro Raleigh Fayetteville Wilson Rocky Blount Durham Raleigh Fayetteville Bnll Hwrdee 'Kr Belou Below SOUYW Ufkenbfn Harrx Haxes 7 l Burt Grant Fl0ren7 VS orrel 'P 11 vf rf"-""NxxN Baaeball came in the Apring During the 1951 season of baseball the VVxlmmgton team won the E1stern Lh1mpronsh1p but lost to Gastonia ln the game which determined the State champnonshxp As the xewrbook went to press the players plctured above were groomxng themselves for the commg season .J ,A . W ,, v an is r i. A. X V: J , - I 4 I' , , ' ,, ., ,,,,,,, ,W .-.N as M if iii J ' I ' - W3 r l A Q , New l l 'L Xl YV, gg , ' ' X ,- A X,- ft K N A " -. , if X g W ex, f. Q 11 - Q X' . V ,l. MR, N x V ,ga r at 5 tix t Q ' . , Q I 'l ff 7' ' A' Y' lr . I , X yi J N' ? Q . ' . he 'Jw 4,7 j,' 1 A nh' . " . ?, 4 f My 4 , if ls at-"7 , K riff, e -9- - R , l , -,s 'J 35 1 l 4 Front row : David Lieberman, Gary Preston, Bonnie Shain, and Pete Land. Sfronrl row: Mr. Breed- love, Tommy Clemmons, John Brindell, and Bobby Coleman. ennid pfagem an gal era ln the fall, tennis was instituted in N.H.H.S. as a regular minor sport. Coach Breedlove offered instructions to anyone who was interested in learning to play tennis, and in February the regular tennis team was chosen. They held com- petitive games among themselves and matched strokes with other schools. Matches were held from February 15 through May l5, in which successful teamsters set up a good record. During the year more interest in the activities of the tennis team was stimulated among the Wildcat fans. The team was grateful to Mr. Brogden for the time and energy he spent in organizing this sport. Gene Gay, Alex Efird, and Gatchell Joye practiced for the golf team. Last year golf was begun as a regular sport and this year instruction was continued for any pros- pective golfer. After preliminary instruction, the permanent members were chosen on the basis of their play in a February tournament. Since few schools in this region had golf as a competitive sport, no regular conference tournaments were held. However, the N.H.H.S. golfers traveled to the greens of several other schools. Then during April and May, Coach Jap Davis entered his team in the State meet. Through their activities the team and their followers became more con- scious of golf as a wholesome and health-bringing sport. Page l84 WQW , -mms... Seated in frfmi: Eric Uertel. Srroml rfrw: Gene Butler, Carl hn on I ll l S im 'Ucxli in Freddy Butters, Uon Frost, Billy Aman, Fritz Oertel. Slamling lete Dmnenh rum Loich l lldd eg he in the Jwim Heading for the HY" pool for practice was a regular ritual among the members of the swimming team. This constant practice really showed dividends, when the scheduled meets were held. Early in the season Xlr. lfladd was replaced hy Xlr. Adam Smith as coach. SCIIICIJCLIC January I2-Raleigh ......,... ...Here january 19-Camp Levieune . . ..'l'here january 26-Raleigh ...................... There February 2-S. E. Championship-Emory L'niversity. Atlanta, Georgia SPRING KIEICTS Raleigh-Sponsored hy N. C. Athletic Association Chapel Hill--Southern Championship Duke lnvitational lnterscholastic meet. Page 185 Y Left to right: Arvin Davis, Ann Bruce, Grant Armstrong, Nancy Bruce, Bobby Ozment, Barbara Hatcher, Klartin Nichols, and Roxana Mebane. Clzeerecf ffe411,feL the wezezeeee " "lt's getting about that time again-time to head for Legion Stadium and decorate goal posts for the big game tonight!" Through rainy or fair weather, the exuberant spirits of our fine cheer- leaders prevailed to inspire the student body to cheer our team to another victory. Their won- derful support did not end thereg they sponsored a gala football-finals dance and highly successful f ' ,, 5 i' ee ,Q W gg 'ix 4 A i F e s it it ,eq attractions for homecoming as a grand climax of the football season. Then came basketball season, when again the cheerleaders took the spotlight in encouraging our team. Hearty congratulations from the student body went to these pep-filled boys and girls who did so much to add to the determination of our team. IAGUA THE WORLDS FINEST MOTOR CAR EASTERN MOTORS. 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AII The Nome Implies SERVICE - SATISFACTION - SAFETY Here Shir-Iey Seogroves,- Billy Warwick, I V' ' ' H ' , d J' I ' 5I'IEW5 DRUG STORE f,L'f'QII"ifief'ifi1bf,2efS,"Ifl'iYd0Q2'o.."f.delIIii1 shckei at the YOUHIQEXALL sfofe DIXIE PIG N04 2 A Typical After the Movie Scene. Phone 5765 WINTER PARK Everybody gcxrhers gt The Pig! "Say It With Flowers" LUCY B. MOORE FLORIST FLOWER and GIFT SHOP B lly West Shlrley Council and Pat Kannon are given Servnce with a smnle wher DlC1l 3 2419 FlfTeen1'l'1 Gnd Mclrlcef SIS vas tmg Farrow Brothers Service Station WlLMlNGTON N C SEWELL S CAROLINA CANVAS CLEANERS and LAUNDRY COMPANY SERVICE Dual 2 3571 I2th and Market Streets Awnings and Furmture Upholstermg WILMINGTON N C TASTY PASTRY BAKERY As they select pastrles for theur oncomung party Juamta Hales and Norma Sellers ask Barbara Austms advice i I . . I - ll ' - - lr ' - ' 1 i. l ' ' , . . I I , . . L I 5 - A F1 I I M A' F 1, X .. 'l . . I . . , . CONGRATULATIONS tothe CLASS of '52 from the makers of fresh SALLY ANN BREAD IFox Royal Bakeryl PORT CITY HOSIERY MILL for the FINEST HOSIERY and KNITWEAR ST W SHES COASTAL MOTORS INC CADILLAC OLDSMOBILE Ilth at Market Street DIAL 3 2421 Abs. PTK W eShphcI JARMANS DRUG STORE In B E I I 0 I Seen relaxing at their favorite spot: Holmes . Davis, David Pace, a annon, Durwood Buck ' W. T. Bradshaw, Aston Godly, Joe Hood, Bar- bara Pace, Bill est, and Suzann e er , +V xv , ,cfm ankhead s QI Wx xg, epmne Esso SERVICE MOHR S so-Irooos d sTEAKs WASHING POLISHING , GREASING WRIGHTVILLE BEACH N C EVERYTHING TO BUILD THE HOUSE DIAL 7747 E W GODWNSSO Manufacturers of Lumber and Dealers In Builders Supplies WILMINGTON NORTH CAROLINA YOPP FUNERAL HIIME Phone 6666 24 HOUR AIVIBULANCE SERVICE , 3' 1 I If" 6 I I I t nt I, I I es aura ,j N E an Cooked to a King's Taste No. 9 Nor I1 Lumina Ave. Phone 2525 Special Caterlng Facilities for I3rivaTe.Banquefs . . I ' N S 113' - ",-1'-'-"""l,. BEN MCDONALD MRS. BELIZABETH EMORY J. W. JACKSON BETH WHITE H I T S T H E S P O T WITH TEEN-AGERS amsnT"5'E"' TUNE IN - Pepsi-coLA CLUB F A THURSDAY NIGHT - 7:30 - WMFD ...BIGGER DWNK Pictured below is an action broadcast of the Teen Age Pepsi-Cola Club sponsored by the Pepsi-Cola Bottling Co. of Wilmington, Inc. Seated at piano: Jean Wagaman, Mrs. Elizabeth Emory. Front Row: Jean Buchanan, Sena Hinnant, Herbie Barnes, Barbara Pace, Betty Tienken. Second Row: Johnny Thomas, Patsy Barnes, Benny Norton, Beth White and Lucille Barden. -Q-1-N""M"wm. W 3 "1 'I' Q2 i J. T. LEE ond SONS WRECKER SERVICE Keever's Go roge 81 Body The Corolynn Shop OF WILMINGTON Shop SHOPPING CENTER 2II7S P s. Ph 6426 rom T M k T Street OT S T Th WILMINGTON, N G ODE'-L W' KEEVER F hions for Women ond G I WILMINGTUN CUCA-CULA BUTTLING WIIRKS. INC. WILMINGTON, N. C. K., I QJEZ IIOJLL ul. on F D R I N K C1165 Popular couple, Pat Shipp and Bo Brinkley, use The YELLOW CAB for that special date." YELLOW CAB COMPANY Dial 2-3322 R. C. Cola ls America's Fasfesf Growing Cola. Try Some Today. fl f l I a JWM im l X L, u j ::- S Q lf ji! X N 9 -QL CR0ly L . .go If X "BULL IN THE CHINA MARKET" auvE?'E5""" Athletic Football Co-Captain "Flo" Wor- . rell admires an ahraciive bowl at Crown CO 9 l'1 d D w Bumais ci-MNA MARKET ' 'pi.S,2'e 71588501 3300 Block Market Street esususi-iso 1911 LANE'S DRUG STORES 3 Locations to Serve You Lane's Brooklyn Pharmacy 502 N. 4th Street Lane's Market Street Pharmacy I606 Market Street Lane's Lake Forest Pharmacy Commercial Building, Greenfield St. We Appreciate Your Business INGRAM'S RECREATION " BOWLING f A ,Q 0 SKATING if 0 CARPET GOLF 1 ' , - ati' 2, Q 1' ' " 2 ff-Q 14525 1801 DAWSON ST ...... . . . TELEPHONE 2-3242 Williams Bros. Amoco Service GENERAL AUTO REPAIRS IQOQ Market Street Dial 3-375i WILMINGTON, N. C. KA l I M Qs-'L "Q ,: :-- - -Q - X r Sgifs-uuw L1.uLi-i,.v " f- 1 nnnunu f R , , -- ununun DRY CLEANERS RUG CLEANERS LAUNDERERS 'I 09 GREENFIELD STREET I PHONE 2,3386l I P. O. BOX 503 WILMINGTON, N. C. "LET A LITTLE SUNSHINE IN" MAC DONALD Srnort thzngs tor Smort Women JOEL MARTIN selhng some of FOY 8x Trust I3U'ICI'f1Q Ross tune mefchandtse to JoHN ammoeu WILMINGTON HOTEL CAPE FEAR 2nd ond Chestnut Sts WlIrn11gton N C Connecting Flreproof 1215 Y 113,335 In-I IZIJLXKH1 Garage I it S1dneyJ Rlvenbork prima Monoger Equitable Lute Assurance Soclety tom JAMES HORACE PEARSALL T M vvoMBLE Murchison B g Peoples Photo Shop I O9 Groce Street We Specrohze ID Qunck Service Plctures Whale You Wont Enlorgernents 8xIO ond 5x7 Colored In Oils In 20 mlnutes Possport Photos 3 for SI OO Hours IOSO AMto IQOO PM Sun oys 2 to IQOO GREGG BROS HARDWARE PAINTS MILL SUPPLIES Phone 9655 IO2 II2 Morket Street WILMINGTON, N C Wnlmlngton s Lorgest Dvomond Importers fT:wn.sn5 I 7 NORTH FRONT STREET REEDS FOR DIAMONDS 5 I E 0. A I I I s I ' 'I , . . , ,V A - aff! ff, - ,I ,K-fig iq ,I 'I . . ,Krug I, i1IIIy1:'tII'Ih'Ifr ...ga ,5 -' I-12545.-11,1 If .'j.'l,'iIf 'ZIJ3 'ffgsllizfft ' -gf -If-I-I if 3 3? qfsuewr I '15?ix A - 1 ,fri bLI'?:"4'if'9f . IAP' A. .,.. 1-, O O . I d - 1 ' . . , . L, if ...EI ll 1 ll MWE OFFICE OUTFITTERS S et D I O6 Yo yVV X DEPT STORE ' BLOKKJ Southland Manutacturlng Co WILMINGTON C A M E R A S H O P Front and Grace Streets Best Wlshes To All Graduates' Slncerely HONNET 1867 Compllments at MN I ww AT lTl'lI 8: DAWSIIII TO 1952 CLASS Desks, Chairs, Safes and Files T Q' I . l J. . EKS ' X'- A qs N D' -ilil, I8 Princess tre la 99 h CongratuIations, Graduates! I - 1 75h f, Exe, .Q-T1 May ur Ever ish Be " ' ' 1 VJ Fultilled ' I J ,caa , N. C. Rogers Grocery Store Good Foods for Fine Folk THE ONE-STOP STORE Phone 2266 Route HARBOR ISLAND KEY'S USED CARS Alwoys o Lorge Selection ot Ouoronteed New ond Used Cors Corner ot 3rd ond Chestnut 3-4318 - PHONES - 3-TO62 5 JN 'VN N.. NEWEHS SHUPPING CENTER CREST THEATER Wrlghtsvllle Beoch N C Where Students Meet for Movie Fun FAIRCLOTH'S OYSTER ROAST Dehcuous Food Reosonoble Prices Vusnt the Most Advertised Seofood Estobhshment ID Southeastern N C Wrughtsvulle Beoch Rood At Inlond Woterwoy Brudge Phone 24 2836 3 K F' .T W -U-. X QUALITY PORTRAITS BEL K-BERRY STUDIO '!It was a pIeasure photographing the class ot 15.2" PROUDLY THE WHITE ICE CREAM and MILK COMPANY SALUTES THE NEW HANOVER HIGH SCHOOL ASS GOOD COMPANIONS WHITES DAIRY PRODUCTS HGGIIII Rrospersty Happuness S P O N S O R S WALLACE BROS HUFMAN S CREDIT CLOTHIERS E550 SERVICE H N S Complete Servlce T2 N WASHING smonnzme OMR UTI' SIVSGI Luamcmon anrsnv nec:-4Ane1Ne LEY S GULF SERV I3th and Market Streets I 707 Dawson Street Dua I 7367 CL OE '52 in ,- South Front Street . JO ' GRILL ' RIS ' ICE TH WILMINGTON SAVINGS 8. TRUST CO WILMINGTONS PORT BANK IIO PRINCESS MEMBER OF FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORP AND MEMBER OF FEDERAL RESERVE SYSTEM lo lffze 01444 of 195.2 E e me ,ff -sag of fe ,Here to gan Ji Adn Il tstra ton A s A s and Craft Club Art Departn ert Autographs Band Baseball Basketball Buble Club Board of Educatlon Brown George G Bus Drlvers Cafeterla Staff Cheerleaders Color Guard Commercual Department Companies R O T C Co ordlnatung Commtttee Legtslature Deans Deducatuon Dtst lbuttve Education Dtyersrtted Occupattons Trade lndustry Department Duyerslfued Occupattons Trade and lndustry Dtyerslfted Occupatlons Office Work Dramattcs Club Englush Department Executuye Counctl Faculty lnformals Football French Club Freshman Class Future Hornemakers of America C ub Glrls Athletlc Assoclatlon Olee Club Golf Team Handbook Commuttee Hanovernan Staff Htstory Department Ht Y Chapters Homeroom Chaurmen House of Representattves Index lnftrmary Workers tructors R O Judlcral Marshals t TT7 Jumor Class Junror Class Offlcers Junuor Play Language Department Latin Clubs Legtslature lnformals Lnbrary Club Lounsbury John Matds Malorettes Mathematucs Department May Court Music Department Natlonal Honor Soclety Nursery School Offtce Grrls O lcers Club R O T C Rhyslcal Educatton Department Preface Rltle Team O R O T C a d Sclence Department Scrlbblers Club Scenlc Vuews School Ltfe Senate Senuor Class Sennor Class Offucers Sergeants Club Soclal Marshals Sophomore Class Sophomore Class Offtcers Spanlsh Clubs Spencer Dale K Sponsors R O T C R O Student Body Officers Superlatuves Svvlmmung Table of Contents Telephone Directory Commuttee Tennis Thank You Page Theme Tutle Page Wlldcat Wlldcat Buslness Staff Wtldcat Staff Reporters - ,1 00 iw' " , . .. ,. 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U4 nk George Brown cmd the Rest of the Admmlstratlon For thelr support ID so manv ways Mrs Durham For her invaluable asd Mr Blackwell of Paragon For commg at the most crntncal moments Scott and Derek Kuyper For the sensor pictures and last minute puctures without whuch thus annual would not have been posslhle Mr White and Mr Ledbetter of Delmar Studios For the underclossmen pmctures and groups Dan and hls Polaroid Camera Womble For gettmg the most ads Hatcher For the senior sectlon Betty Carol and Councl For the annual photography Edith For her splendid 'ob on the club sectuon Ann VonCannon For the sports sectnon Joanne Schell For glvnng unseltushlv of her ettorts Bl y and Sara For dravvmg the pages Kay Thera and Eva For last minute help The Rest of the Staff For nts equallv umportant 'ob In producung thus V952 HANOVERIAN Maurrce and Ann Edstor and Business Manager a I U I I Mr. ' ' ' Mr. For the many intormals . . . -1 'll J 04:4 iograplw .-LKIILC! r k f' , , ' A ' x - flqffff fff 1 f ff , -4- fm, a4u iograplw 0414 iograplw in - ' le v 'N .N I Y O ' A 'lv 71. , V I 0, , ,Q ' 5 A , 5 T' Y 4 A Q rw 1 4 1 0 5 7 7 an ,,, 15 7 ' it G7 . o 9 0 gy .Q .- 1 E 'Q' 5 f 2 O. lf, .L , 1 'a I f' I 9 W ' NN 'IJ' our-1 'lo-ok 7 x., Q SW . 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Open House Family Fair Photographing of lfmlerclassinn October Football, Rocky Blount, Here Publications to Chapel Hill Fire Prevention Week Football, Raleigh, There Hanoverian Superlative lflection Football, Edenton, Here Football, Goldsboro, There Assembly Program, Hanoxerian Stat? .fvouem bel' Football, Wilson, There Twirp Dance National Honor Society Induction Football, Durham, Here-ROTC Night American Book Week Football, Fayetteville, Here- Homecoming Game Thanksgiving Holidays Operetta, "Danny Dithersn ebellelnbel' Football Final Cheerleaders Dance Declamations Preliminaries Student Government Program, "A Day in the Life of a College Girl" Basketball, All-American Redheads, Here Declamation Finals Football, Piedmont Bowl Basketball, Hanes, Here Library Tea - Basketball, Kinston, Here junior Play, "See How They Run" Football, Xliami Bowl ROTC Ball Basketball, VVinston-Salem, There Christmas Holidays fanuarg Basketball, VVilson, There llay Court Election Basketball, Rocky lklount, Here Basketball, Durham, There IJ .419 4-I -l' QEEIQ Liik 5 QKQW- , C W' ATINQT .X 3 ,XXX 0407 Wick Q' 'li o i n- it 5? ' 16,701 E Examinations Basketball, Goldsboro, Here qt, Basketball, Raleigh, There o 'C Assembly Program, Student Government 'li gat Basketball, Fayetteville, Here 5 I LATINQTOT 6 owl 1920 19 27 26 0 fuafy Basketball XVilson Here Basketball Rockx 'Vlount Fhere Basketball Durham Here Basketball Operetta Basketball Goldsboro There Basketball Raleigh Here Biskethall Fayetteville rlhere H NI S Plnafore March NIUQIC Contest lVllll8ll1bbUfL, lrlp D b H1st0rvC.,lasses Senior Plav Azalea Festival Baseball Wilson lhere oflprzl National Honor Socletv Induction Baseball Fayetteville There Baseball Raleigh Here Student Government Elections Easter Holidays Baseball boldsboro 'lhere Government Trip Baseball Wilson Fhere Baseball Faxetteville, Here 49 LIIV Government Dav Elections Band Concert Baseball Raleigh 'I here May Dance Distribution of Class Rings to uniors City Government Daw Baseball Goldsboro Here Baseball Rockv lVIount There umor Senior Prom Honor Dav Baseball Durham There Baseball Senior Examinations P 'gammations Baccalaureate Service 29 Graduation Exercises Closing of School


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