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

 - Class of 1955

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Q3 M t.cE,w: u....5Xnq9-5-1u96'U'CT1.sr MIN ISTRATION WAX 31,311 Y, Xwa- Featured Players Supporting Cast FAMILIAR CENES CAST OF CHARACTERS 1 fpfwi, Starring Roles 7 3' X. gl SENIORS JW IUNIORS SOPHOMORES W? jf l I V ACT I ACTIVITIES . Scene 1. Student Government W fy-If ACT ACT Scene 2. Clubs and Organizations Scene 3. ROTC II SPORTS ' A Scene 1. Football Scene 2. Basketball Scene 3. Baseball Scene 4. Spring Sports Scene 5. Girls' Athletics III FEATURES Scene 1. Superlatives Scene 2. May Court Scene 3. Varsity Sweetheart - Scene 4. Social Marshals iii: . WI" Mr. Cyrus D. Gurganus We dedicate . In appreciation for his teaching us, not by word, but by example, how to be useful players on Iife's stage, we, the Seniors of New Hanover High School, dedicate our 1955 HANOVERIAN to MR. CYRUS D. GURGANUS. "Th 22 d Amendment st 1 'Ns ...icq-' .'H I-I l7.Xl3l5'l'll NlON'l'GONl"llY HUKLIISYHII MH. lJ,Xllf K. Sl'l"NClfll ' Pl'IlIL'll7Hl 1 1. lflIl"IJ CLXPPS WNW r 'A 1 -F22 Dunn of Bays S. l'l.lSl' l,,'XNl'. Dum of Cmlx MH. H. nl. McCl'l1 JXNSHIIIJII Principal S PINHY Q XYXPN' 4+ ' 4 '1 ?l dministration .S ll.X'l"l'll'4 KINIAXV flcrl: NIIHS. IIL"l'll li. IOIJUIE MRS. ZYLPIIIA DAN ljiylififm School Nurxc' ann wr-'Y - we Xl Il. l!Ul3l" HT BL' Ill! Fzfxtmliun 1 Q 7f4"ff5'f7'W S. 3 .ag Q wif if f""!'s.. L ff R ig ff' ' u v IWW! ll. V" ! twzi ' E V, ' Facult First row: MR. BERNARD I. AHLIN, BS, Stout Institute. Shop, Math, General Metals, Electricity. MRS. MARILYN ANDERSON, BS, Duke University, WCUNC. Biology. MR. WILLIAM BERGERON, BS, MA, American International College, ECC. Government, World History. MRS. O. A. BIONERUD, BS, Winthrop College. Office Machines, Dictation and Transcription. MRS. DELL BORNEMAN, BS, Farmville State Teachers College. U. S. History, Biology. DR. FRED I. BOUKNIGHT, AB, MM, PhD, Newberry College, Northwestern University, Columbia University. Band, Orchestra Coordinator. Second row: MRS. JUNE B. BOUKNIGHT, BS, Western Carolina. English. MISS IULIA BRAY, BS, ECC. Typing, Shorthand. MR. ALBERT BRIDGE, BS, Clemson College. Agriculture. MR. ROBERT N. BROCK, MA, BS, George Peabody Teachers College, University of Tennessee. U. S. History, Government. MR. LEON BROGDEN, BS, Wake Forest. Athletics. MR. WILLIAM I. BROOKS, BA, Atlantic Christian College, Univer- sity of Miami. General Mathematics and Biology. Third row: SFC WARREN L. BROWN, ROTC. MR. THOMAS G. BROWNING, BS, MA, Madison Col- lege, Peabody College. French, Spanish. MR. FRED H. CAPPS, BA, MA, University of Richmond, Duke Uni- versity, Ohio Wesleyan, Northwestern University. English. MISS MARTHA CROMARTIE, AB, MA, Brenau, University of Georgia, George Peabody Collcgc for Teachers. Librarian. MISS CAROLYN DAVIS, BSSA, WC- UNC. Typing. MR. IASPER DAVIS, IR., BS, Duke University. Physical Education. Fourth row: MISS CAROLYN DUKES, BS, WCUNC. Home Economies. MRS. MAURICE DURHAM, AB, East Carolina. History. MISS FRANCES FORMY-DUVAL, AB, Greensboro College. English. COL. DUMAY GORHAM, BS, U. S. Naval Academy. Math, Mechanical Drawing. MR. CYRUS D. GURGANUS, AB, MA, At- lantic Christian College, UNC. Government. MRS. LAURA W. HARRISS, BA, Brenau, UNC, Columbia Uni- versity. English. 'msn sv lf' Rf' 4 x x Nxt 'US Iii f"0 'V' ,avr- Facult Fire! mir: MIIS. M.-XIIY I'fI.If.XIII" III IIUUIJ, .XII, IIowIing Grcml Cullcgu 0IIfI0llIIl1L'l'L'C. II0oIaIwcping, IIusi- nvss .'xl'IIIlIIIClIC. MISS MIXIIY If.. IILIMIIIIIIIQY, .fXII, McrcnIitI1 Colln-gc. Spzlnish. MII. VVINFIIIQIJ IIUIINSUN, IIS, MA, Ifnsl Clurulinu II.l'ilL'II1'l'S Clollugv. Ilislury, I'I1ysiczlI Iiclucntirm. MIIS. I".I.ISI'I S. IANIQ, IIS, Memphis Slam-. Iiiulugy. MISS MAIIY IHXIIIIIUII, AII, XVCTUNU. I.zlIil1. MIIS. I'IS'I'I'fI.I.If M. IL-CWIN, XII, NVCLINLI, UNC. lfIwmisIry. Svvmnl rmr: MISS I'.XL'I.INIf IIIYIN, AII, XVIIIIIIFUIT Colln-gc, Columbia LInivcrsily. .'XIgL'Ill'1l, Plum' Uv- umc-lry. MISS IfMM.'I IUSSIIN, .XII, XYCIQNC. U. S. Ilislory, Art. MIIS. IIL"I'II McIXIN.XI.I7, .III, C1'ucl1sI1m'o Ciullvgv. IIusim'ss I'IllI.III5Il, IIusim'ss Arillum-tic. MII. M. -I. McI.IfOI7, IIS, 'I'I1c Stout Instituto. Mclaxlwork. MIIS. CY. II. NICNVCOMII, .XII, Mcrm-cIiII1lToIIm'gL'. Ciulumbin Uniwrsity. Ifnglish. MISS IHXNNII' O'IiI"I"I5, .XII, IIS, Ilulu- Univm-rsily, UNC, I.iImrzuri4m. Illini rout' MIIS. M.XIICIL'IfIIIII'f CI. OXVICN, .XII, Iilun Collcgc, XVCUNC. Typing, Gcncrall Busincss. MIIS. M.XIIU.'XIII'.'I' IIALISUN, IIS, XYintI1rup llullcgc. Ilomc IICIIIIOIHICS. MII. ,l.XMIfS M. IIIGIKJIID, II.X, Mlf, Ilukn' Ul1IXl'l'SIIf', UNC. .-MINa1l1cL'cI .XIgcIJr41, SUIILI cIL'Ol1l4'Il'y. C.-XI"'I'. GICOIIGIC If. IIAYMUNI7, IIOTC. MII. II.'II.IIII IV. IIUIIIVII, Ilriwr I'IiIllL'ilIIHl1. MISS IIIfIII'.CC.X IIUSS, IIS, Sulcm Colin-gc. cIOYL'l'I1IllCIlI. Ifullrtll rf1u': MISS M.XIIf S.XNIlIfIIS, IXII, XYCUNC. AIgL'IJrzl. MISS IIIIUISII SCOIIWI, .'XII, Iflfff, UNC. Gcn- vrul IIusinuss, IIusincss .xI'IIIllll4'IIC. MISS IIUIII I. SKINNICII, AII, MA, Atlantic QIIIFISIILIIT CoIIugc, UNC. Ifng- IisI1. MIIS. IIUIIIIOWS SMIIII, MI, IInncIuIpI1 Macon Womzm's CoIIL'gc, VVCUNC, Columlmin Ulmiwrsity. ling- IisI1. MISS AI.'III'IAII.'X S'I'.KIIi, XII, XVCLINC. Ifnglish, IIusim'ss AI'ItI1lllL'IIL'. MIIS. XYI.Il.X C. S'I'.-XNI,I'fY, .XII, ICCC. Algvlmru, Crmsunwr Math. ati S fu-ff 'Q' Facult First row: MRS. EVELYN STEWART, BS, Queens College, Winthrop College, Appalachian State Teachers College. MR. L. C. STUBBLEFIELD, BS, Tennessee Tech., University of Tennessee, N. C. State. Diversified Occupations. MRS. ELIZA SYMMES, BA, Radcliffe College. English, Journalism. MISS LENA TAYLOR, BS, Coker College. Advanced Biology. MR. SAM W. TAYLOR, IR., BS, MM, High Point College, Northwestern University. Ensembles, Theory of Music. MRS. JEAN TILLITT, AB, WCUNC. Physical Education. Second row: MR. DANIEL E. TODD, IR., BS, MA, ECC. Physics, English. MRS. LOUISE H. TURNER. AB, Campbell junior College, Meredith College. Basic Math, Algebra. MR. WILLIE H. WARNER, BS, East Caro- lina. Shorthand, Typing. MRS. RUTH YVARREN, AB, WCUNC. English, Government. SFC RICHARD R. WEBER, ROTC. MR. CLAUDE B. VVEST, JR., N. C. State, ECC, UNC. English. Third row: MRS. GEORGE WEST, BS, MA, Ohio University, Ohio State University. Typing, Office Ma- chines. MR. GEORGE H. WEST, BS, MA, Ohio University, Ohio State University, Coordinator of Vocational Education. MISS FRANCES I. WESTBROOK, AB, Wake Forest. English. MISS KATHERINE VVICKER, AB, MA, Flora Macdonald, Assemblies Training School. Bible. MISS MARGARET A. VVILLIAMS, AB, WCUNC. U. S. History. MISS PATRICIA A. WINGATE, BS, VVinthrop College. Nursery School. Fourth row: MR. CHARLES WOLFF. Woodwork. MR. KENNETH G. WOOTEN. Aeronautics. MR. AL- TON WRIGHT, BA, Elon College, UNC. Distributive Education. MRS. IOSEPHINE WRIGHT, BS, Pheiffer junior College, Appalachian State Teachers College, University of Tennessee. Home Economics. MRS. HELEN YOUNGER, AB, Atlantic Christian College. English. Faculty Members Whose Photographs Do Not Appear: MR. RALPH BORDEAUX, SFC CLAUDE W. LED- LON, MR. VV. K. DORSEY, MISS VIRGINIA WALSH. 'ii ll ll 111111111 ,- myw be-1 .fa , I-rf Y' s 5. ' .- I - .2 Q. , .Y .. 1 1 1 1. W., 3 , vi an u Ufgi 4 X 75? ll wtf, Q -, ri 5 1-'W-f fan Hs, 'F' . 1 . . . ..-Q, A, , ,M ' -A - fi . . ,. f G ' ' X f W1 Q- as nk WWN . , ' ., W. . Xi W , , wx... W "' I W ' .I YA, A 3115.-7. K A I P -aa -ng: f fi' ' A ,F--- 1 ' 'L' 'FWF f - A' . A . ,Q , N . ' .. if .wif X ' N iii X if S. 'mf V fi? fu, :- .1 H215 ff' 93 V JV gm M5 1 Q A K ,tg N :Sn Mi -'Sw E E A ,,,.,q-,gszwmf ,, , , 5 wiv, ,-.yff s 0'-vw fi L'LL-, N i 5,fE?' 4':'-f:.5':fQ - yn A U, - , gf., V' W: fa 7 QHJW, I ' Ugg? A 9 1 U ia' ffxx L Q in .."yf Q .yffgs 318 Q-. I 44 " , ,l pry- ,Y - ggi- , . ., . 44uv 2 fl' fv 1. 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ELIZABETH LOWELL ANDERSON CBETTYD Smiling and lovalzle always. Spanish Club, 3, 4g English Class Secretary, 24 Gov- ernment Club, 43 Hi-Y, 45 Wildcat Staff Heacl-copv- reader, 4, Thespians, 2, 3, 45 Iunior Play Committee, 3g May Dance Committee, 3, 43 Twirp Dance Com- mittee CDeeorationsD, 25 Scribblers' Club, 3, 49 Ir.- Sr. Prom Committee QDec0rationsD, 3, Bible II Club, 21 Dramaties Club Play Committee CMake-upl, 3. BESSIE ANDREWS A tender heart, a will to please. llomeroom Representative, 23 Spanish Club, 2, 3, Dramaties Club, 2, 3, 45 Homeroom Chairman, 3, jr.-Sr. Prom Committee, 39 Scribblers' Club, 2, 3, 4 C'I'reasurer 3Dg Government Club, 45 Wildcat Staff CAd SolicitorD, 49 judicial Marshal, 4: Arts and Crafts Club, 4. KENNETH T. ARD A hearty laugh, a happy soul. Sports, 2, 3. GRACE BATSON AUSTIN Good sense of efficiency, which only is the gift of Heaven. Office Praetiee, 3. VERNON GLENN AVERY VVit is the salt of life. Latin Club, l CTreasurerDg Spanish Club, 1 CSecre- taryjg ROTC, 2, 3, 49 Officers' Club Secretary, 4, ROTC Ball Committee, 35 Mixed Chorus, 3, 4. Seniors PATRICIA ANNE BAKER She has her own natural charm. Girls' Glee Club, 2 CAccompanist, 215 English Club, 25 Sophomore Representative to P.S.T.A., Z5 Tri-Hi- Y, 2, 3 CSecretary, 2, 315 Spanish Club, 2, 3 CSec- retary, 335 Wildcat Staff, 3 CReporter 3D5 Junior Play Publicity Committee, 35 Twirp Dance Connnit- tee, 25 May Dance Decorating Committee, 35 junior- Senior Prom Invitations Committee, 35 Government Club, 45 Student Teacher, 45 Student Telephone Di- rectory Committee, 45 Hanoverian Staff, 4 CSuhscrip- tion Manager, 42. ALICE JOANNE BAME Generous of heart with calm disposition. Latin Club, 25 Government Club, 4. CHARLES HOWARD BAREFOOT ln silence many Virtues he. ROTC, 2, 35 D. O. Club, 45 Spanish Club, 3. PATSY ANN BARNES Tl1e happy voice, whose joyous tones make glatl the scenes. Mixed Chorus, 2, 3, 45 Operetta, 2, 3, 45 Occlett, 25 Quartet, 35 Trio, 35 Hanover Singers, 4. RONALD GLENN BARNES A loyal heart, a liheral mimlga lzetter friend you'Il never find. Spanish Club, 2, 35 dl. V. Football, 25 Basketball, 2, 3, 45 Hi-Y. 2, 3, 4. ROLIN FARRAR BARRETT IVhose armour is his honest thought and simple truth his utmost skill. Social Marshal, 2, 3, 45 Tennis Team, 25 ROTC, 25 Rifle Team, 3, 45 Spanish Club, 2, 35 Declamation Contest, 25 Wildcat Reporter, 25 Boys' State, 35 ROTC Sergeant's Club, 35 ROTC Battalion Adjutant, 45 May Dance Committee, 3 CChairman LightingD5 Mixed Chorus, 3, 45 ROTC Ball Committee, 4 CChairman IIL'l'l'L'Sl'lI'l1l'I"lfSD. EMILY FRANCES BASS A quiet voice reflects a peaceful nature Spanish Club, 35 Band, 3, 4. DOUGLAS LEE BAYSE The keynote of life is steadfastncss. ROTC, 2, 35 D. O. Club, 4. EDWARD F. BEACHAM People like this nzake life lzriglzter. Mixed Chorus, 2, 3, 45 Dramatics Club, 25 Operetta, 25 State Music Festival, 2, 3, 45 Hanover Singers, 3. ELIZABETH MOORE BECK CLIBBYD Such stuff as dreams are made of. Needham Broughton High School, 1, 25 Y-Teens, I, 25 Dramaties Club, 1, 25 Library Assistant, 15 Handi- craft Club, 25 N. H. H. S., 3, 45 Homcroom Repre- sentative, 35 Homcroom Chairman, 35 Social Mar- shal, 45 Thespians, 35 Spanish Club, 45 May Dance Committee, 3. Seniors WAYNE JOSEPH BENFIELD Liked here, there, and everywhere. Spanish Club, 3, 45 Football, 23 Basketball, 2, 3, 45 Hi-Y, 3, 4 CVice-President, -U5 Government Club, 4. DAVID BENJAMIN BENNETT . He is one of those men who possesses every gift. ROTC Rifle Team, 2, 3, 4s Swimming Team, 2, 3, Tennis Team, 23 Homeroom Chairman, 2, Dramatics Club, 2, 3, 4, Deelamation Contest, 2, 35 ROTC, 2, 3, 4g Company D Captain, 45 Mixed Chorus, 3, 45 ROTC "Squad of thc Year," 35 Sergcant's Club, 33 Spanish Club, 33 Officers' Club, 45 Government Club, 4. FRANCES CAROL BENNETT A cute little bundle of fun. Morgan City Louisiana, 1, 2, Basketball Team, 1, 2, Volleyball Team, 1, 2, Tigeretts Pep Squad, 1, 2, F.H.A., 1, 2, Jr.-Sr. Prom Hostess, 1, 23 Bible Club, 1, 23 Student Prints, 25 N.H.H.S, 3, 43 P.H.A. 35 Jr.-Sr. Prom Committee CRcfreshmentsD, 3s Dra- matics, 3, 4, G.A.A., 3. JEAN MORTON BENNETT The windows of my soul I throw wide open to the sun. Band CSubstitute MajoretteD, 2, Mixed Chorus, 2, 3, 45 Pianist, 3, 43 Operetta, 2, 3, 45 Girls' Glec Club, 2, State Music Festival, 2, 3, 4, May Dance Commit- tee, 35 Pianist Junior Play, 3, Arts and Crafts Club, 3, 4 CDevotional Chairman, 4Dg Book Club, 3, 4 CViee-Pres., 313 Spanish Club, 39 Library Assistant, 49 Library Club, 43 National Honor Society, 4, Wild- cat Typist, 4, Hanover Singers, 45 F.T.A., 4. PATRICIA BENSON CPATD Sparkling good sense has she. G.A.A., 2, 3 CVice-Pres., 3Dg Y-Teens Vice-President, 2, 35 Volleyball, 2, 39 Basketball, 2, 33 Gym Assist- ant, 35 Government Club, 3, G.A.A. Award, 3, D. O. Club, 4, Homeroom Representative, 4. DAVID HULON BENTON He has great potentialities. Spanish Club, 25 ROTC, 2, 3, 45 Hi-Y, 2, 3, 44 Mix- ed Chorus, 3, 4, Sergeant's Club, 3g Officers' Club, 4. OSCAR LEROY BERGEMAN Who dares life, life gives in return. ROTC, 2, 3. FERIBA ANN BERRY Gentle in her manners, strong in performance. Homeroom Chairman, 25 Senator, 2g Arts and Crafts Club, 2, Dramaties Club, 2, Hi-Y, 2, 3, 4, Twirp Dance Committee, CDecorationsj, 2, Scribblers' Club Treasurer, 2, Junior Class Secretary, 35 Jr.-Sr. Prom Committee CDecorationsD, 3, Mixed Chorus, 3, 45 National Honor Society, 3, 4, Student Court Judge CCle1'kD, 45 Government Club, 4. WILLIAM HERBERT BEST, JR. Good naturedness that never wears off. Baseball, 2g Bible Club, 2, 3, Sergeants' Club, 3, 4. SHIRLEY ANN BIGFORD From thy presence showers a rain of melody. Y-Teens, 2, Girls' Glec Club, 2g Mixed Chorus, 3, 4, Operetta, 3, 43 Hanover Singers, 4. Seniors JOHN CALHOUN RIRMINGHAM, JR. CJACKD Success lies in the soul of you. Latin Club, 2, ROTC, 2, 3, Hi-Y, 2, 3, 4: Vllildeat Photographer, 35 jr.-Sr. Prom Committee, 3: Photo- graphic liditor of Wildcat, 44 Christmas Float Com- mittee, 45 Government Club, 4, Senior Play Commit- tee, 4. DANIEL JASPER BLACK IR., UACKIRD Modest merit has a double claim to success. Hi-Y, 2, 3, 4, A-Rand, 25 ROTC Rand, 21 Dance Band, 25 Mixed Chorus, 33 Operetta, 3. RIQTTY RUTH RLAKIC Rich in good works. Bible Club, 2, 3, 4 CSeeretary, 41, Devotional Chair- man, 2, Government Club, 4. DAVID EUGENE BLAKIC Men of few words are often the best men. Government Club, 33 ROTC, 2, 3, 4: Company R Captain, 4: Sergeants' Club, 3, Officers' Club, 4. BIQRNICE BLANTON You are one on whom we can depend. Cafeteria Assistant, 3. ,liATHLlfl'lN DALl'l BLANTON A heart that huhhles o'er with happy glee. Latin Club, 2, 3, l7.H.A., 2, 3, Advanced Riology Club, 35 Government Club, 4. MICLVIN UCVVIS RORDICAUX A happy heart is the cornerstone to suceess. Spanish Club, 2, 3: Government Club, 4. NANCY Lljli RORDIQAUX VVeaIthy in friemiship. Latin Club, 2, Bible Club, 2, 35 Senator, 2, 3, City- Wide Bible Club Vice-President, 3g Girls' State, 35 National Honor Society, 3, 4, Advertising Staff Tele- phone Directory, 35 Ir.-Sr. Prom Committee CRefresh- mentsD, 3: Mixed Chorus, 33 Christmas Float Com- mittee, 3: Sophomore Day Chairman, 35 Co-operative job Training Course, 4. ALYCIC JANIQ RRAAK Patience and gentleness is power Spanish Club, 2, 3, Twirp Dance Committee, 2: Dramatics Club, 2, 3, 4, junior Play, 3: jr.-Sr. Prom Committee, 3, Government Club, 45 National Hon- or Society, 4g Tri-Hi-Y, 44 Secretary Student Rody, 4: Student Telephone Directory Committee, 4. RORFRT ALFRICD RRAND lll VVe love to hear his happy laugh. ROTC, 3, Football, 4. Seniors GEORGE SEVERN BRITT IVho can chain this free and jovial spirit? Tennis Team, 35 Swimming Team, 3. IANICE BRITT IVho knows her knows a friend. G.A.A., 2, 35 VoIIeybaII Team, 2, 35 Basketball, 2, 3 Skating Chairman, 25 Gym Assistant, 35 D. O Club, 4. BARBARA JEAN BROWN IVith heart as light as summer air. G.A.A., 25 Basketball Team, 25 Volleyball Team, 2 Scribblers' Club, 45 Government Club, 45 Merchan- dising Social Committee, 4. NELL BROWN She tlOL'S1l'f put things off-she puts them over. Government Club, 4. BARBARA JANE BRYANT Cheerful efficiency like yours is imlisperzsilzle. Dramaties Club, 2, 3, 4 CCostumes Chairman, 3, 45 Make-up Committee, 3, 45 Student Director, 3D5 Glce Club, 25 Twirp Dance Committee, 25 Office As- sistant, 3, Production Staff for C.D.A. Festival, 35 Hi-Y, 4. CAROL MAE BUCK She has a pleasant smile and a gentle way. Spanish Club, 2, 35 Twirp Dance Committee, 25 ju- nior Play Committee, 35 Ir.-Sr. Prom Committee, 35 Dramatics Club, 35 Government Club, 4. JUDITH HALE BUCK I There's mischief in lzer eye. Homeroom Chairman, 25 Latin Club, 25 Biology Club, 25 Twirp Dance Committee, 25 junior Play Cast, 35 Ir.-Sr. Prom Committee, 35 Dramaties Club, 35 Seribbiers' Club, 35 Homeroom Representative, 45 House and Grounds Committee, 45 Chemistry Lab- oratory Assistant, 45 Government Club, 4. WILLIAM A. BUCK, JR. Here is a fine and likable fellow. ROTC, 2, 3. CAROL ELAINE BUMGARNER She has a most personable and calm disposition. Taylorsviile High School, 3: French Ciub, 35 N.H.- I-Il.Si, 44: French Club, 45 Bible Club, 45 Government , u n, . SYLVIA CAMILLA BUMGARDNER A kind and noble lass. Mixed Chorus, 3, 45 Infirmary Assistant, 3, 4. Seniors CAROL LOULTTE RUNCH Your greatest lzappiuess is in spremling lmppiness. Latin Club, 25 Girls' Glee Club, 2: Mixed Chorus, 3, 4, Clieerleacler, 3, 4 CHead-Clieerleacler, 4D: Op- eretta, 3, 4: lfxeeutive Couneil, 4. RARRARA jliANNlNl'l RURRIS A very pleasant nature shines through lzer quietness. 'l'wirp Dance Committee, 2.3 Deelamation Contest, Z. 3, 49 Spanish Club, 2, 3: lr.-Sr. Prom Committee, 3: Arts and Crafts Club, 3, 4, Government Club, 4. JUNE CAROLYN RU'l'Ll'lR Always scattering little tlropsof szmslzinc. Spanish Club, 2, 3: Junior Play Cast, 3, Thespians, 4, Government Club, 4. RUBEN VVILLIAM RUTLl",R A rare good fellow. D.O. Club, 4. DOUGLAS L. RYRD Little lze says lm! muelz he does. Latin Club, 2: ROTC, 2, 35 Rand, 2, 3, 4 CStutlent Director, 4D3 Hi-Y, 2, 3, 4. CHRISTINE Clil.liST CANNON , A sunlzeam in a u'inter's Jay. Latin Club, 25 Spanish Club, 35 Twirp Dance Com- mittee, 25 Ir.-Sr. Prom Committee, 3, Dramaties Club, 2, Homeroom Chairman, 2, Iuclicial Marshal, 2, 3, 4g Hi-Y, 2, 3, 4 CPresiclent, ZH, Art Club, 4. WOODROW DENNIS CARNEY To take things as they come-1lmt's my philosophy. Thespians, 3, 4, Thespian Play "Curious Savage," 4. CHARLES RUSSELL CARTER A wit that takes you by surprise. Government Club, 4. GUY ROWHLL CASIQY Ile has a meclmnieal mind. A-Band, 25 ROTC Band, 2, ROTC, 2, 3. LAURA IMOGHNIC CASTEEN My mzture is lore and liglzt. G.A.A., 29 Y-Teens CSL-eretaryb, 2: Dramaties, 2, 3 ClVIalus-up Committee, 3D. Seniors IDA FLORENCE CAVANAUGH Sweetest flower of all the field. Government Club, 4. BETTY LUE CAYTON I have a little sunshine that goes everywhere with ine. Latin Club, 2, 35 Homeroom Representative, 25 Bible Club, 45 F.H.A., 45 Government Club, 4. VVILLOUGHBY GREER CHENEY CBILLD lVl1ere zlepenrialzility is wanted you fill the bill. Latin Club, 2 CViec-Presidentlg Declamation Con- test, 25 Circulation Staff of Wildcat, 25 Hi-Y, 2, 3, 4 CTreasurer, 315 Ir.-Sr. Prom Committee, 35 ROTC, 2, 35 Sergeants' Club, 35 House of Representatives, 35 Junior Class Play, 35 Boys' State, 35 Secretary of Fi- nance, 45 Executive Council, 45 Christmas Float Committee, 4. REGGIE INIORGAN CILVIK A doer, not a dreamer. Baseball, 2, 35 Band, 25 French Club, 3, 4 CPresi- dent, 4D5 Radio Club Secretary-Treasurer, 4. MARY ESTHER CLEEVE Enthusiasm is the genius of sincerity. Spanish Club, 2, 3 CSec.-Treas., 3D5 Scribblers' Club, 2, 3, 4 CSeeretary, 355 G.A.A., 25 Thespians, 2, 3 CMake-up Committee, ZD5 Twirp Dance Committee, 2 CDL-eorationsjg Hi-Y, 3, 4 CSecretary, 3j5 May Dance Committee, 3, 45 Ir.-Sr. Prom Committee, 3 Clnvitations Chairman, DecorationsDg Social Mar- shall, 45 Telephone Directory Committee, 4 CTypistDg Hanoverian Staff Sports Editor, 45 Company C. Spon- sor,.4. MABLE CLEMMONS A heart that smiles. Southport High School: Class Secretary, 15 Four-H Club, 25 Ir.-Sr. Waitress, 1. TOLLIE BOYCE COLE A strong mind in a strong body-a most enviable combination of masculine characteristics. Football, 2, 3, 45 Baseball, 2, 3, 45 Spanish Club, 2, 35 Homeroom Chairman, 2, 45 Boys' State, 35 Bas- ketball, 3, 4. EDNA IRIS COLEMAN Light of spirit and happy of heart. Bible Club, 2, 35 F.H.A., 25 4-H, 2, 35 Government Club, 4. HARRY IVIONTGOMERY COLEMAN Nothing common can seem worthy of you. Gym, 2, 3. DORIS ANNELL CONGLETON Direct, straight-forward and kind. Government Club, 4. Homeroom Representative, 3, 45 Spanish Club, 35 Seniors 'PATRICIA ANN CONNER Full of sport and pleasure. Twirp Dance Committee, 23 G.A.A., 23 F.H.A., 2. IOANNE MARIE COOPER lVhere the heart is generous, judgment is strong. Dramatics, 3, 43 Homeroom Chairman, 33 Library Assistant, 3, 43 Library Club, 3, 43 Government Club, 4. BARBARA JEAN COSTON Capability is a great charm. Government Club, 4. EBERN ENOS COSTON CSANDYD A man is worthwhile when he can smile no matter what comes along. Sports, 2, 3. LILLIAN ELIZABETH CROOM CSALLYD A hearty laugh, the purest sunshine. Latin Club, 2, 3 CSecretary, 2D3 Band, 23 Art Award, 33 Art Club, 2. RODNEY BRADFORD CROOM An all arouml sport of the lzest sort. Football, 2, 3, 43 Baseball, 2, 3, 43 Hi-Y, 2, 3, 4 CPresident, 4j3 ROTC, 2, 33 Junior Play Cast, 33 Government Club, 4. STEPHEN ROBERT CROOM, JR. A rlepemlnlnle lrnl, true and quiet. Homeroom Chairman, 4. PATRICIA ANN CRUYVLRY Smile and the world smiles with you. Don McCarty High School, Ft. Pierce, Fla. 2, 3: Class Vice-President, 23 Stunt Night Play, 23 School Paper Reporter, 23 Soph.-Sr. Picnic Chairman, 23 Homeroom President, 23 Student Council Representa- tive, 23 Mixed Chorus, 23 lntcrmural Sports, 23 Op- eretta, 25 Co-Iiditor School Paper, 33 Sigma Lamba Chi Honor Club, 33 Student Council Secretary, 33 Vice-President Homeroom, 33 Mixed Chorus, 33 N.H.- H.S., 4: Wildcat writer. ALFRED MOSSMON DAIL Bringing cheer to others with his powerful song. Mixed Chorus, 2, 33 Operetta, 2. ALICE DAN NENBAU M Life is not really what comes to us, lmt what we get from it. Student Court Judge, 13 Homeroom Chairman, 13 Latin Club, I, 2 CPresident, U3 Tri-Hi-Y, 1, 2, 33 Scribblers' Club, 1, 2 CSecretary, 153 Thespians, 1, 2, 3 CSeeretary-Treasurer, 3D3 Mixed Chorus, 33 Iu- nior Play Cast, 33 Operetta, 33 Deelamation Contest, 33 judicial Marshal, 33 National Honor Society, 3, 43 House of Representatives, 4 CPresident Pro TCI'l1.DQ Spanish Club, 3, 4g Hanoverian Staff, 4. Seniors EDITH JOY DARDEN n A word and smile for all. Thespians, 2, 35 May Dance Committee, 2, 35 Scrib- blers' Club, 2, 3 CViee-President, 3D5 Twirp Dance Committee, 25 French Club, 35 Ir.-Sr. Prom Commit- tee, 3 CDeeorationsD5 Library Tea Committee, 35 Iu- nior Class Play Committee, 35 N. C. Scholastic Press Convention, 45 F.T.A., 45 Student Telephone Direct- ory, 45 Government Club, 45 Editor-in-Chief of Wild- eit, 45 Arts and Crafts Club, 45 Secretary of Senior C ass, 4. SOLOMAN RUDOLPH DAUGHTRY He smiles so wistfully. Dramaties, 25 Baseball, 25 ROTC, 2, 3, 45 Sergeants' Club, 35 Officers' Club, 4. BARBARA PATRICIA DAVENPORT A11 understanding heart where true beauty lies. Latin Club, 25 Social Marshal, 25 Deelamation Con- test, 25 Student Court judge, 35 Book Club, 4. PASTY HEWETT DAVIS Her laugh is filled with happiness. KATHERINE NAOMI DEANS She talks of what she loves. Arts and Crafts Club, 25 Girls' Glee Club, 25 Home- room Chairman, 25 Devotional Chairman, 2. PETER ALLEN DEPLAND You may Search long before you fiml one with such a earefree mind. Latin Club, 25 ROTC, 2, 35 Drill Platoon, 25 Swim- ming Team, 35 Spanish Club, 3, 4. HARRY RANDALL DOSHER The toreh life gave him is his wit, and with it he hriglztens the way of others. lfreneh Club, 2, 35 Dramaties Club, 2, 3, 4: Junior Play Committee, 3 CSeeneryD5 Government Club, 45 Rook Club, 4 CPl'Ogl'klIl1 Cbairmanj5 Business Man- ager of Vtlildeat, 45 "l Speak for Democracy" Con- test. 4. RALPH GENE DOTSON IVise lzeyomi his years. ROTC, 2, 3, 45 Sergeants' Club, 45 A-Rand, 2, 3, 4 CAsst. Property Officer, 35 Property Officer, 4D5 Solo and Ensemble Contest in Durham, 35 Latin Club, 2, 3 CTreasurer, 3j5 Seienee Award, 25 Decla- mation Contest, 3 CSCIIII-Illl1llliStDQ National Honor Soeiety, 4: Government Club, 4. ANN HIGHSNITH DUNN Smile ami the world smiles with you. Future Homemakers of America, 1. JERRY NEAL DUNN Ilis iuzassuming air eoneeals hosts of izleas and worthy ideals. Government Club, 4. Seniors NANCY JANE ECKENROD Thy cheerful eourtesies sweeten life. Government Club, 4. BLANCHE FAYE EDGE lt's nice to he natural when you're naturally niee. Latin Club, 2, 3, Bible Club, 2, 35 Dramaties Club, 2, 3, Homeroom Representative, 3g Jr.-Sr. Prom Com- mittee, 39 Wildcat Reporter, 4, Senator, 4, Govern- ment Club, 44 Chairman Social Affairs Committee CSenateD, 4, Devotional Chairman, 4g National Hon- or Soeiety, 4. ROBERT GLEN EDISON CBOBBYD A Sportsman having high ideals. Baseball, 2, 3, 49 Homeroom Chairman, 2: Twirp Dance Committee, 2, 3 Cllublieity, Clean-upDg Latin Club, 3, 4 CPresident, 3, Treasurer, 4D: Government Club, 45 Hi-Y, 4. EAY SCOGGINS EDWARDS A friendly greeting, a cheery grin. Government Club, 4. ROBERT JAMES EDWARDS III He is our athletic ace. Football, 2, 3, 4 CCo-Captain, 41, ROTC, 2, 33 Ser- geants' Club, 39 Shrine Bowl Game, 4. WILHELMINA EHLERS lVhose life was like the Violet sweet. Library Assistant, 25 Government Club, 3. NATHAN CARL ELLIOTT Never trouble trouble, 'til trouble troubles you, Government Club, 39 Spanish Club, 3. JIM EVANS IVhat's the use to waste or worry? Be like me, l never hurry. ROTC, 2, 35 Hi-Y, 3, 4. MARTHA SHERMAN EVERETT CMARTU A various, rigorous, versatile mind. G.A.A., 2, 33 Latin Club, 2: Hi-Y, 2: Gym Assistant, 3, F.T.A., 2, Government Club, 4g Wildcat Report- er, 4. RAYMOND BENJAMIN FARROW, JR. No clouds hang over my shoulders-l sing them all away. Dramaties Club, 2, 3, 4, 53 ROTC Band, 35 A-Band, 3, B-Band, 2, C-Band, I: ROTC, 3, Thespians, 3. 4: "Ring Around Elizabeth," 34 Operetta, 45 Mixed Chorus, 4, 53 State Music Festival, 4, Spanish Club, 4, Government Club, 4. Seniors MARTHA BATAVIA FAULKNER Iler thoughts serenely sweet express how dear their dwelling place. Latin Club, 2, Ir.-Sr. Prom Committee, 3, D.O. C0- operative Iob Training, 4. RAY DAVIS FENNELL The reward of study is understanding. Homeroom Chairman, 2, 4, Bible Club, 2, 3, 4, Scribblers' Club, 2, Dramaties Club, 2, 3, 4 CPro- cluetion Staff, 3, 4D, Latin Club, 2, Declamation Contest, 2, Speech Class Play, 2, judicial Marshal, 3, 4, junior Play Committee, 3, Ir.-Sr. Prom Com- mittee, 3, Boys' State, 3, Book Club, 4, Government Club, 4, Chemistry Lab. Assistant, 4, Ad Solicitor for XViltlcat, 4, National Honor Society, 4. HENRY THOMAS FINCH Many follow where he leads. Latin Club, 2 CPresidentj, Museum Club, 2 CPresi- clentj, Sophomore Senator, 2, Dramatics Club, 2, 3, 4 CPresitlent, 4D, Mixed Chorus, 2, 4, Twirp Dance Committee, 2, Dramatic Club Plays, 2, 3, 4, junior Play Student Director, 3, State Dramatics Festival, 3: Hi-Y, 2, 3, 4 CSeeretary, 2D, ROTC, 2, 3, 4, Ma- jor, 4, Sergeants' Club, 3, Co-ordinating Committee, 3, Social Marshal, 4, State Hi-Y Convention, 4, Chairman Christmas Float, 4, Operetta, 4, Member- ship Committee P. S. T. A., 4. JAMES ANDREW FORBES l dare do all that may become a man, who dares do more is none. Latin Club, 2, Ir.-Sr. Prom Committee, 3, Boys' State, gIOX:'l'l1I'llCl'It Club, 4, Office Assistant, 4, Museum , u 1, . SYLVIA LILLY FORDHAM I count no hours hut unclouded ones. Twirp Dance Committee, 2. VVILLIAM SHERRILL IJOWLER A sincere heart clothed in mirth. ROTC, 2, 3, Mixed Chorus, 3, 4, Spanish Club, 3, Operctta, 3. RICHARD BROCK FRANKS You seldom find a friend like him. Government Club, 4. MAX O'DOUL FRYAR You have the ability to get things done well. Football, 2, 3, Basketball, 2, 3, Baseball, 2, Spanish Club, 2, 3, Hi-Y, 2, ROTC, 2, 3, Sergeants' Club, 3, Homeroom Chairman, 2, 4, Bible Club, 4, Govern- ment Club CPrcsident, 45. DOROTHY ANNE GALLUP Work well done-glory won. F.H.A., 2 CParliamentarianj, Hi-Y, 2, Latin Club, 2, Girls' Glce Club, 2, Mixed Chorus, 3, Operetta, 3, Hanover Singers, 4, Social Marshal, 3, 4, Homeroom Chairman, 4, D.O. Office Training, 4, May Dance Committee, 3. FRANCIS GALOG An earnest good sport is he. Sports, 2. Seniors NVILLIAM WRIGHT GARDNER As a friend, leader, athlete, he is imsarpasseil. Latin Club, CSgt.-at-ArmsD 23 Hi-Y, 2, 3: ROTC, 2, 3, lfootball, 2, 3, 4 CCo-Captain, 42, Viee-President Sophomore Class, 2, Senator, 31 Jr.-Sr. Prom Com- mittee, 33 President Student Rody, 4. RLITTY ROSE GATLING A shy nature often conceals imzny treasures. Girls' Glee Club, 2, Government Club, 4. JAMES COBURN GEORGE Very good sense has he. ROTC, 2, 3, 4: Sergeants' Club, 4. IQLEANOR ANNlf'I'Tlf GlLLlQTTli Charm strikes the heart: merit wins the soul. Latin Club, 23 Government Club, 3. BETTY IIQAN GlLLlARD There's a skirmish of wif in her spirit. llible Club, 2g Dramaties Club, 21 lunior Play Com- mittee, CMalce-upl 3, Seribblers' Club, 4. JACKIE MARlll GLISSON The willing heart. Latin Club, 25 Twirp Danee Floor Show, 3: Home- room Devotional Chairman, 3: City-NVicle Bible Club, 3 Cllanquet Committee, Christmas Carol CommitteeDg Bible Club, 3, 4: Class llible Club, 3, 4 QViee-l'resi- clent, 3, Devotional Chairman, -D. EMMA lANl'i GODVVIN ,lust to lmou' her is a treai. Latin Club, 2: Library Club, 2 CVTCC-P1'L'SlClCl1tDI Seribblers' Club, 2, 3, 4: VVilcleat Circulation Staff, 2, Library Assistant, 31 Dramaties Club, 3, 4: Ir.- Sr. Prom Committee, 3: Twirp Danee Committee, 23 llible Club, 2, 3, 4, llomeroom Chairman, 43 Gov- ernment Club, 4: lnfirmary Assistant, 4. RICULAH ANNIQTTE GORE She is our rose, our queen with rlimpled face. Girls' Glee Club, 2, Museum Club, 2.3 Mixed Chorus, 3, 4g jr.-Sr. Prom Committee, 3, Bible Club, 3, 4: Operetta, 3, 4, May Queen, 4: Company A Sponsor, 4, Hanover Singers, 4. LOUIS SHIQLTON GORE VVoulzl there were more as true and sincere as he. ROTC, 2, 3, 4, Homeroom Chairman, 3, Sergeants' Club, 35 Offieers' Club, 4, ROTC Ball Committee, 4. DOROTHY ANN GOSNELL A tender heart, a will fo please. Girls' Glee Club, 2, Y-Teens, 29 Mixecl Chorus, 3, 45' Operetta, 3, 4, Hanover Singers, 4, Government C u 1, 4. Seniors BARBARA IEANNE GRESHAM Ever charming, ever new. Dramatics Club, 25 Bible Club, 25 Twirp Dance Committee, 2 CDcc0rationsD5 Spanish Club, 35 Ir.- Sr. Prom Committee, 3 CDecorationsj5 Homeroom Chairman, 35 Cheerleader, 3, 4 CAssistant Head- Cheerleader, 4D5 Company B Sponsor, 4. NANCY CAROLYN GRIMES A humble, sweet, shy way-mapped by a star! Twirp Dance Committee, 25 Dcclamation Contest, 25 Student Director of Speech Class Play, 25 Govern- ment Club, 45 Dramatics Club, 4. CHRIS GROSS You are the seeker of truth. Spanish Club, 2, 35 Government Club, 3. SAMUEL STANLEY GUNNERSEN He is a well-balanced fellow. ROTC, 2, 35 Sergeants' Club, 3. BETTY ANN GURGANIOUS Full of fun and mischief, too. Band, 2, 3, 45 Wildcat Circulation Staff, 45 Govern- ment Club, 4. HAZEL BEDDINGFIELD HALE Flashes of wit from fluent lips. Arts and Crafts Club, 25 Dramatics Club, 2, 3, 45 Dramaties Club Play, 25 Latin Club, 25 Scribblers' Club, 25 Twirp Dance Committee, 25 Tri-Hi-Y, 2, 3, 45 Iunior Play Cast, 35 Declamation Contest, 35 Christmas Float Committee, 35 Operetta Committee, 3 CPublieityD May Dance Committee, 3, 4 CCo-Chair- man Publicitylg Ir.-Sr. Prom Committee, 35 Spanish Club, 35 Telephone Directory Committee, 45 May Court, 45 Wildcat Staff, 45 National Honor Society, 3, 4. JESSE BATTLE HALES The gentle mind lly gentle deeds is known. English Club, 25 Bible Club, 3, 4. VVILLIAM ALEXANDER HALL A smile for all, a greetinfizz glad, a mighty jolly way he as. Latin Club, 25 ROTC, 2, 35 Ir.-Sr. Prom Committee, 3. IESSIE MAE HALL A jovial smile, a loving heart. Y-Teens, 2, 35 Dramaties, 25 D.O. Club, 4. GRIFFIN F. HAMILTON He possesses many fine traits, above all, intelligence. Latin Club, 25 Declamation Contest, 25 United Na- tions Essay Contest Csemi-finalistD 25 Assistant Man- ager School Store, 35 Book Club, 3, 4. Seniors HARRIET MARIE HARDEE Gay as zz song is her nature. Latin Club, 2, Y-Teens, 25 F.H.A., 2g Book Club, 45 Bible Club, 4 CService CommitteeDg Government Club, 4. JACK E. HARDISON A straightforward and solid citizen. D.O. Club, 4 CPresidentj: ROTC, 2, 3. MILTON RHODES HARDISON Dependallility demands respect. Latin Club, 2, VVildeat Circulation Staff, 2, 3, 4 CCo-Chairman, 4Dg ROTC, 3 CCrack PlatoonD. JAMES STEWART HARE Full of life and fun. ROTC, 2, 3, Sergeants' Club, 3, Spanish Club 3, 4 CViec-President, 3Dg Declamation Contest, 29 Home- room Chairman, 4. JEFFERSON HOPKINS HARMAN Knowledge is power. ROTC, 2, 3, Crack Drill Platoon, 3, Latin Club, 29 Advanced Biology Secretary, 29 Boys' State, 3. PEGGY ANNE HARRELL Industry is itself a treasure. Library Assistant, 25 Bible Club, 23 Future Teachers of America, 2, 3 CViec President, 31, Latin Club, 2, Library Club, 2, 3, Wildcat Staff, 4, Judicial Mar- shal, 35 Twirp Dance Committee, 2. CAROLE TAYLOR HARRIS Possessing a wit that loves to play. Gym Canna, 2, Government Club, 45 Home Room Representative, 4. GEORGE N. HARRISS lmpulsive, earnest, quick to act-to make his gen- erous thouglzt a fact. Fayetteville Senior High, 1, 2: French Club, 1, 2, Teen-Age Club, 1. N.H.H.S., 3, 4: Wildcat Staff, 35 Jr.-Sr. Prom CCo-Chairman Invitations Committecl 3, Swimming Team, 3. RAYMOND EDWARD HAWKINS A mighty fine disposition. D.O. Club, 4. HILDA ANN HEATH Sweet as dew shut in a IiIy's golden care. Dramaties Club, 2, 35 G.A.A., 2, Volleyball Team, 25 Basketball Team, 2, Gymnastics, 2, Government Club, 49 F.H.A., 4. Seniors PATRICIA JEAN HENDERSON Sincere, energetic, capable, and well-liked. G.A.A., 2, 3, 4 CPresident, 3, 4D3 Representative G.A.A. Conference, 33 F.H.A., 2g Twirp Dance Com mittte 2 Decorations G.A A. Medal 2 3' Ba- ' , C ' ' D: - , , , 'S ketball, Volleyball, 2, 3, 43 Gym Assistant, 3g Girls Sports Writer for Wildcat, 4. EDITH PRISCILLA HENRY Enough for me my work well done. F.T.A., 2, 3, 4 CSecretary, 4J3 Spelling Contest Win- ner, 23 Nursery School Assistant, 23 Junior Play Com- mittee, 3 CBIISIIICSSDQ Wildcat Reporter, 33 Govern- ment Club, 33 Deelamation Contest, 3g Spanish Club 43 Hanovcrian Staff, 4g National Honor Society, 4. VVESLEY JAMES HENRY, JR. The adventurer is with us. ROTC, 2, 3, 43 Sergeants' Club, 33 Drill Platoon, 33 Cape Fear Riflers, 4 CPresidentj3 Under-water Dol- phin Team, 3. JAMES RALPH HIGKMON CJIMMYD He's well-liked for his friendliness and good sports- manship. Latin Club, 23 Advanced Biology Club, 23 Swimming Team, 2, 3, 4 CCo-Captain, 4J3 Declamation Con- test, 2 CSemi-finalistD3 ROTC Sergeants' Club, 33 Jr.- Sr. Prom Committee CDecorationsD3 Light Bulb Sale, 33 Boys' State, 33 Chief Judicial Marshal, 4g Execu- tive Council, 4. SARAH JOANN HICKMAN Cute, vivacious, a happy one. Government Club, 4. HAMILTON EDWARD HICKS CHAMD Laugh a bit, smile a lzitg folks will soon he catching it. ROTC, 2, 3, 43 Golf Team, 2, 33 Sergeants' Club, 33 Jr.-Sr. Prom Committee CDecorationsD3 Officers' Club, 43 ROTC Ball Committee Chairman, 4. MARTHA ANNE HOLDEN She shall have love and a happy life. Government Club, 3. REBECCA ANGELYN HOLLAND A merry life and a gay spirit. Latin Club, 2 CSCCICIHTYDQ Student-Teachers Basket- ball Committee, 23 Arts and Crafts Club, 23 Twirp Dance Committee, 23 Homeroom Representative, 3g Tri-Hi-Y, 2, 3, 4 CTreasurer, 313 May Dance Com- mittee, 3, 43 Spanish Club, 3 CSCCICIHIYDQ Jr.-Sr. Prom Committee, 33 Christmas Float Committee, 33 Handbook Committee, 33 Telephone Directory Com- mittee, 4 CChairmanJ3 Social Marshal, 43 National Honor Society, 4. MIRIAM ELAINE HOLLEY The mildest manners with the calmest mind. Student Teacher, 4. DONALD EUGENE HOLLIS He has such an optomistic nature. Government Club, 4. Q Seniors CHRlSTlNli CHLORIS HUMPHRliY Your life is an active and creative one. Latin Club, 25 Spanish Club, 33 Bible Club, 23 Help- er for Dean of Girls, 39 Deelamations Semi-Finalist, 3, Publicity for Operetta, 3, Jr. Play Committee CPublicityDg May Dance Committee, 3 Clleeorationl, Jr.'Sr. Prom Committee CChairman Refreshment cl0l11lTlltlL'L'DQ Tri-Hi-Y, 2, 3, 4 C'l'reasurer, -lj: Goy- ernment Club, 4, Assistant Manager Sehool Store, 45 Juclieial Marshal, 4: Telephone Directory Com- mittee, 45 National Honor Society, 4. SlNGl.liTON JARRIQTT HUNT CJAClilliD ln life, as in chess, forethought wins. Government Club, 4. SAMMY Mll.l.S HUNTICR Nothing ever darnpens his spirit. Hi-Y, 2, 3, 4, Latin Club, 2, ROTC, 2, 3: Jr.ASr. Prom Committee, 3g Swimming Team, 4. RICHARD WILLIS lVliY A healthy mind, body, and disposition. JV Raseball, 2, Spanish Club, 3: ROTC, 2, 3. lll'lTHl'Y l,OUlSl'l JACKSON Come what may, youll always find her cheerful. linglish Club, 3. LlNDA MARIE JACKSON Jolly and friendly as they L'OlHL'. Girls' Glee Club, 29 Twirp Dance Committee, 7 CPublicityDg Government Club, 31 D.O., 4. LINDA lil,l.liN JARRICLL She ean always find something to talk about. Government Club, 4. DON IJRIQDICRICK JIQNKINS l ain not hound to win, hut l ain hound to he true, and to live up to the light within ine. Ili-Y, 2, 3, 4 CSecretary, 2, Treasurer, 3, Presitlent, 335 Spanish Club, 2, 35 Museum Club, 2: Junior Play Cast, 31 Boys' State, 33 Chief Justice, Student Court, 44 National Honor Society, 4: Senior Play Cast, 4. BARBARA JANl'1 JOHNSON Here is a fine and happy-hearted friend. Rible Club, 2, 3, Spanish Club, 2, 3: Girls' Glee Club, 3, Government Club, 4. DORIS JANNIiTTli JOHNSON A light heart and Capable hands. Cafeteria Assistant, 2, 3, 4. Seniors EUGENE WILLIAMS JOHNSON He keeps everyone laughing. ROTC, 2, 3, 45 Tennis Team, 2, 3, 45 House of Rep resentatives, 35 Sergcants' Club, 35 Officers' Club, 4 FLORENCE L. JOHNSON There is no cosmetic for good looks like lzappiness. Twirp Dance Committee, 2 fRc-freshmentslg Gov ernment Club, 4. GENE AUSTIN JOHNSON Lots of spirit, spank and sportsmaizslzip. Hi-Y, 2, 3, 45 ROTC, 2, 3. JO ANN JOHNSON A true and lasting friend. Magazine Drive Chairman, 25 May Dance Commit- tee, 25 Government Club, 45 Science Class Chair- man, 4. SOPHIE ANN JOHNSON A true friend is forever a friend. Bible Club, 2, 35 Thespians, 2, 35 F.H.A., 25 Nu- seum Club, 35 Government Club, 4. DANIEL DAVID JONES A loyal fellowg a companion full of fun. English Club, 35 French Club, 35 Government Club, 4 FLORA MAE JONES l am small I know, but wherever I go, the fields grow greener still. Wallace High School, 1, 2: F.H.A., I, 25 A.Y., 25 Library Assistant, 25 Glce Club, I5 N.H.H.S., 3, 4: Nursery School Assistant, 3, 45 Book Club, 45 Spanish Club, 45 VVildcat Staff Typist, 4. BESSIE JOY JONES She is all gentleness and tender lzeart. Office Assistant, 4. GATCHELL W. JOYE Good sportsman and hard worker. Golf Team, 2, 35 ROTC, 2, 35 D.O. Club, 3, 4 CSgt.- at-Arms, 4D5 Homeroom Chairman, 4. DOROTHY LOUISE JUSTICE Rare compound of loyalty, frolie, and fun. Government Club, 4. Football, 2, 3, 45 Basketball, 2, 35 Baseball, 2, 35 Seniors PARMALEE JUSTICE ller cheerful help was always near. E.H.A., 2: Rasketball Team, 3: 4-H Club, 2, 3 CYice- President, 3D: G.A.A., 3, 4, Government Club, 4. SHELBY JEAN IUSTICIC A rose set with little willful thorns. D.E. Club, 4. ALLENE COATS KEITH She has a smile for all she meets. Latin Club, 2: Homeroom Chairman, 2: Student Court judge, 2: Declamation Contest, 2, 3 CSemi- Finals, 2, 3Dg Tri-Hi-Y, 2, 3, 4 CCoordinating Com- mittee, 3jg Dramatics Club, 2: Arts and Crafts Club, 2: National Honor Society, 3, 4, May Dance Com- mittee, 3: jr.-Sr. Prom Committee, 3 CEntcrtain- ment ChairmanDg Twirp Dance Committee, 2: Christmas Float Committee, 3, 4 CChairman, 3D: Orientation Day, 3, 4: Telephone Directory Commit- tee, 3, 45 Handbook Committee, 3, 4: Spanish Club, 3: Government Club, 4 CSecretary-Treasurerjg Han- overian Staff, 4 Clieature EditorD: Secretary of So- cial Activities, 4: Executive Council. MARY ANN KEITH A mind that is happy must he great. Latin Club, 2 CTreasurerD: Homeroom Representa- tive, 2, Arts and Crafts Club, 2: Thespians, 2: May Dance Committee, 2, 3, 4: Engineering Contest Award, 2: Declamation Contest, 2, 3: Chairman Stu- dent-Teachers Basketball Committee, 2: Tri-Hi-Y, 2, 3, 4 CSeeretary, 2D: National Honor Society, 3, 4 CViee-President, 4D: Christmas Float Committee, 3, 4: Junior Play Cast, 3: Vice-President lunior Class, 3: ,Ir.sSr. Prom Committee, 33 Handbook Committee. 3, 4 CChairman, 41: Co-ordinating Committee, 3: Spanish Club, 3: Senator, 4: Telephone Directory Committee, 4: Orientation Day Program, 4, Govern- ment Club, 4: Hanovcrian Staff, 4 CClub Sectionj: President Pro-Tem Senate, 4. GAYE KA'l'HERlNE KELLER Still aml quiet as a elosetl flower. Arts and Crafts Club, 3. VVILLIAM MARION REI .LY Respected mul liked lry all who knou' him. ROTC, 2, 3: Sergeants' Club, 3. REULAH KENNEDY She is as sweet as flowers in May. l".H.A., 2, 3: G.A.A., 2: Thcspians, 2, 3: lr.-Sr. Prom Committee, 3 CDecorationsD: Government Club, 4. JOYCE EVANGELINE KERR She shall he sportive as a fau'u. Government Club, 4. MYRMA JOYCE KETCHUM As for politeness, 'tis just another leortl for kindness. RALPH EDVVARD KIMMELL Neat and nifty. Band, 2, 3, 4 CDrum Major, 41: ROTC, 2, 3, 4 CCompany Commander, -U: Sergeants' Club, 3: Of- ficers' Club, 4, Wildcat Staff Photographer, 2, 3: Spanish Club, 2, 3: Declamation Contest, 2 CFinalsD: Assistant Stage Manager of Operetta, 2: May Danct Committee, 3, Dramatics Club, 3, 4: Thespians Pro- duction, 3, 4: Stage Manager junior Class Play, 3: ROTC Rall Committee, 4. Seniors ARTHUR RICHARD KING Life, to him, is one grand song. Mixed Chorus, 2, 3, 45 Operetta, 2, 3, 4, Music Festival, 2, 3, 4, Football, Z, Baseball, 25 Tvvirp Danee Committee, 2, Spanish Club, 2. BETTY LOUISE KING Life has a lot in store for you. Girls' Glee Club, 2, Government Club, 4, Seribblers' Club, 4. EMMA CORNELIA KING A heart that stirs is hard to hind. Latin Club, 23 Tri-Hi-Y, 2, Jr.-Sr. Prom Committee, 3, Greenville, Florida: Cheerleader, 35 Beta Club, 35 N.H.I-I.S.: Government Club, 4. FREDDIE T. KING His eyes mirror courtesy and truth. Government Club, 4. JOSEPH ROBERT KING Though you may not know him hut a span, you know you'1'e inet a pleasant man. Government Club, 4. TRUMAN BEASELY KING Never a worry, never a care: take it easy if you flare. Government Club, 4. WALTER L. KING An optomistie nature is the gift of personality. ROTC, 2, 3, 4, Officers' Club, 4. JEAN MELTON KIRKHAM Music is the language of hcauty in the soul. Latin Club, 2, F.H.A., 2, Girls' Glee Club, 29 Mixed Chorus, 3, 4, Operetta, 33 State Music Festival Con- test, 2, 3, 4, Hanover Singers, 4, Tri-Hi-Y, 45 House of Representatives, 4, National Honor Soeiety, 4, Of- fiee Help, 3. ISLA JANE KIRKUM Her face forever with sunshine lit. Spanish Club, 3. FRANK T. KOSH What great thoughts lie behind those eyes so dark anzl true? Government Club, 4. Seniors EDWARD STEPHEN KRAUS Ile is carefree and unaware that life has its troubles. Government Club, 4. Nl'flLL MCCAULEY LANIQY Ile is wit's peddler. Basketball, 2, 3, 45 ROTC, 2, 3, 4, Homeroom Chair- man, 34 Latin Club, 2 CSgt.-at-Armsj, ROTC Ball Committee, 4 Clintertainmentbg Sergeants' Club, 3, 4 CPresident, 41 BETTY IRliNlZ LANIRR Her virtues many, her faults are few. Government Club, 3. HARRY G. LATIMER Beware, l may do something sensational yet! Latin Club, 2, ROTC, 2, 3: Spanish Club, 3: Jr.-Sr. Prom Committee, 3 Clleeorationsjg Government Club, 4, Homeroom Representative, 4. JOHANNA IQLIZABIQTH LIiIiUWliNBURG Such a friendly spirit warms the heart. Latin Club, 2, Twirp Dance Committee, 2, Home- room Chairman, 3, Ir.-Sr. Prom Committee, 35 YVilcl- eat Staff, 4 CTypistD. ELBICRT FRANKLIN LHNNON CBUDDYD March on, to meet the roazl where lies success ROTC, 2, 3, 4: Sergeants' Club, 4. LURA Llili LENNON My favorite pastime is having fun. Bible Club, 2, 4, F.H.A., 2, 4, 4-H Club, 2, 3, Y- Teens, 2, Government Club, 4, VVilcleat Staff, 4 CRL'- porterDg Seribblers' Club, 4. VVILLIAM BURKE LILNNON A ufell-earned reputation for being ll'llSf-ll'0l'f11j'. Baseball, 2, 3, ROTC, 2, 35 Latin Club, 2, 3, Hi-Y, 2, 3, 4 CViee-President, 25 Treasurer, 3D, jr.-Sr. Prom Committee, 3 Clleeorationslg Deelamation Con- test, 3, Dramaties Club, 4 CTreasurerDg Senator, 4: Government Club, 4 CParliamentarianD, Christmas lfloat Committee, 4. CYNTHIA K.-Yl'Hl'lRlNl'l LHVVIS The force of lzer merit wins her 1i'r1j'. Latin Club, 2 CSeeretaryD, Bible Club, 2, Thespians, 25 Hanoverian Staff, 2, 3, 4 CSophomore lfclitor, 2: Photography Editor, 3, Business Manager, 4D, Decla- mation Contest, 2 Cliinalsbg Tri-Hi-Y, 2, 3, 4 CSCI:- retary, 2, President, 3, Co-orclinating Committee, -U: Mixed Chorus, 3, 4: Operetta, 3, 45 Hanover Sing- ers, 4: State Music Festival, 3, 4, National Honor Society, 3, 4, Ir.-Sr. Prom Committee, 35 Govern- ment Club, 4. IACQUIQLINIQ MAE LEWIS Her wit enlivens every erowrl. Latin Club, 25 Twirp Dauee Committee, 2, Govern- ment Club, 4. Seniors ELIZABETH LEAKE LIGON And the sands are bright as the stars that glow. Latin Club, 2, Thespians, 2, 3, 45 Thespian Play Cast, 2, Twirp Danee Committee, 2 CDeeorationsDg G.A.A., 25 French Club, 3, 4, junior Play Cast, 3g junior Play Committee, 3 Cliusinesslg Ir.-Sr. Prom Committee, 3 CDeeorationsD. RALPH DONALD LITTLE He has sueh a charming, dashing manner. Government Club, 4. PATRICIA ANNE LUCKAINIY A friendly smile, a winning way. F.H.A., 2. CLARE MAE LOFLIN Good nature is the sign of a large and generous heart. Y-Teens, 2, 3 CSeeretary, 29 Devotional Chairman, 31, G.A.A., 2, 3, Bible Club, 3, Volleyball Team, 2, 3, Basketball Team, 2, Government Club, 3, D.O. Club, 4. BETTY JUANITA LOVE Gentle thoughts, a smooth and steadfast mind. Latin Club, 2 CViee-PresidentDg Bible Club, 2, 3 CSeeretary, 3D, Library Club, 2, Library Assistant, 25 Tri-Hi-Y, 2, 3, Twirp Dance Committee, 2 CDoorjg judicial Marshal, 35 Deelamation Contest, 3 CFinalsjg Mixed Chorus, 3, 45 Girls' State, 3, Na- tional Honor Soeiety, 3, 43 Book Club, 4, State Music Festival, 3. ALLEN WAKEFIELD LUCAS A jolly good fellow. Bible Club, 4. GEORGE H. LUMSDEN A willing mind-a heart of gold. Government Club, 35 D.O. Club, 3, 4 CSeeretary, 3: Viee-President, HU, Homeroom Representative, 4. PEGGY IEAN LYERLY She has a habit of looking on the sunny side of life. G.A.A., 2, 3, 4, Volleyball, 2, 3, 4. MARGARET LOUISE lYlaeCALLUbI Her nature is as Charming as her face. F.H.A. Club, 2, Government Club, 43 Bible Club, 4. GEORGE HUTAFF MCEACHERN A large body leaves room for a large heart. Latin Club, 2, IV Football, 2.4 IV Basketball, 2, Foot- ball, 3, 41 Basketball, 35 ROTC, 2, 35 Boys' State, 3. Seniors HliLliN -lliAN MeliliOXVN She speaks, liehzwes, nets as she ought. Deelamation Contest, 2: l3.ll.A., 2. HARLAN LOFTON Mel'HliRSON CMACD Far may we sefzreh hefore we find II heart so noble or so hind. lfootball, Z, 3, 4: Baseball, Z, 3, 4: ROTC, 2, 3: House of Representatives, Z. XVILLIAM ALLIQN MANGUM l'1'e never seen ll night xo dark there u'asn't light SUlHL'll'l1L'l'l'. Rand, Z, 3, 4: ROTC, 2, 3, 4: Sergeants' Club, 4: Spanish Club, 3. GLYNDA IOY MANOR Capalnle and true, u'e can depend on yon. Rolivia High School: Class Secretary, l: Cheerlead- er, 2: Reta Club, 2, 3, 4: N.H.H.S.: French Club, 3: Arts and Crafts Club, 3: Government Club, 4. HENRY ALEXANDER MARKS VVorh or fun, I'II make the best of it. Swimming Team, 2, 3, 4: Latin Club, 2: ROTC, 2, 3: Sergeants' Club, 3: Non-Commissioned Officer, 3: ROTC Ball Committee, 3: Light Bulb Sale Commit' tee, 3, 4: May Dance Committee, 3 QDecorationsD: jr.-Sr. Prom Committee, 3 CDeeorationsj: Govern- ment Club, 4: Senator, 4: Stuclent Union Committee, 4 CCll1HlI'l112ll1DL Football Finals Dance Committee, 4. CHARLES RICHARDSON MARTIN A fellow who erin get things :lone before you realize he's begun. Tennis Team, 2, 3, 4: VVilcleat Circulation Staff, 2, gl 4: Latin Club, 2: Spanish Club, 3: Government . u 1, . . l'lMlLY FAYH MARTIN A cheerful temper joined with innocence. Girls' Glee Club, 2: Government Club, 3: Ir.-Sr. Prom Committee, 3: Homeroom Chairman, 3: Han- overian Staff, 4. MARY ALlilNE MATHIQVVS Never ll day without something well done. Dramatics Club, 2: Bible Club, 2, 4: Girls' Glee Club, 2: Secretary Bible Class, 2: Government Club, 4. SARAH MATTHIQVVS A ieholesorne girl with nmny friends. 4-H Club, 2, 3, 4 Cl'resiclent, 3D: F.T.A., Z. RHODA LINDA MAY Sineerity was in her heart ns perfume in the flower. Wildcat Circulation Staff, 2: Girls' Glee Club, 2: Telephone Directory Committee, 3: Secretary of Thes- pians, 3: judicial Marshal, 3, 4: F.T.A., 3, 4 Cl'resi- clent, 45: Thespians, 3, 4: Thespians Committee, 3 CMake-upD: Office Assistant, 3, 4: Spanish Club, 3: Light Rulb Sale, 3: Operetta Committee, 3 Cl,ubliei- tyD: Government Club, 4: Thespian Club Committee, 4 CPublicity Chairmanl Seniors ANN MEADOWS Lucky boss that gets her for a secretary. House of Representatives, 2, Baton Club, 2, Y-Teens 2, 3 CPrcsidcnt, 29 Secretary, 319 Traffic Commit tcc, 25 Girls' Glce Club, 2, Bible Club, 3, Govern ment Club, 39 D.O. Club, 4. ROBERT ANDREW MEADOWS He never has a worry it would seem, D.O. Club, 4. ESTHER ELIZABETH MEIER Her heart is true and her actions sweet, Government Club, 3. BOBBY DEAN MELTON Creative originality is yours. Scenery for Opcrctta, 2, 3, 45 Mixed Chorus, 2, 3 45 Opcrctta, 2, 3, 4, Lawn Scenery, 2, 3. DONALD LEON MELVIN A fine fellow, a comrade hold. Homeroom Chairman, Ig Scrgcants' Club, 33 4-H Club, 33 Scrgcants' Club, 4 CSgt.-at-Armsj. ROBERT CHARLES MELVIN Mighty likable, highearted and sincere. Sports, 2, 3. BILLY GRAY MERRITT Your happy grin brings joy. Government Club, 4. JOYCE GERTRUDE MERRITT A heart of warmth and mirth. Office Practice, 3. CLAUDE WILLIAM MILLER One of the strong and silent is he. IV Football, 24 D.O. Club, 4 CSccrctaryD. WALTER WAYNE MILLER He was very studious-studious of ease. ROTC, 2, 4: Latin Club, 2, 3 CVice-President, 3j. Seniors DAl,.l,.'XS lJliLliAN blll.l..S A frienti, a gentleman, what more can we say? llO'l' ' ' C Z, 3. blUllllAY ll. lXllNClfY in his face l see the :nap of honor, truth, and loyalty. Government Club, 4. jliNNlli Llili MIXON There's nothing I like better than a good laugh. I Latin Club, 2, 3 CViee-l resident, ZDQ Twirp Dance Committee, 2, Nursery Assistant. 33 Chemistry l.ab. Assistant, 41 Government Club, 4. DOllOTHY CAROL lNlOOlll'l Study anzl work she combines with fun. Senator, 23 G.A.A., 2, 3 CNL-ws lleporter, 3D: G.A.A. Award, 2, Homeroom Representative, 3: Co-orclinat- ing Committee, 3: lixeeutive Couneil, 4 CSQ-eretary of lilectionslg Government Club, 3. MARY ROZICLL MOORE A disposition poised anti sweet. Government Club, 4. llOBllll'I' NUNAl.lili lNlOOllll CBOIU lie that loves pleasure is never poor. ROTC, 2, 33 Sergeants' Club, 3g llaseball, 2, 3, 4: Hi-Y, 2, 3, 4, Homeroom Representative, 4 CSgt.-at- Arnislg Government Club, 4. DOUGLAS JENNINGS lXlOllG.-KN Happy in spirit and in manners, ealin. Government Club, 4. llOVVAllD lll,.lNllfll MORGAN Onward and npnwrrl! llO'l'C, 2, 3, 43 Sergeants' Club, 3: Distinguisllecl lst Year Honor Caclet, 21 Offieers' Club, 4: Battalion Commander, 43 Deelamation Contest, 2, 3, 43 Auclio- Visual Operator, 3, Operetta, 3, 4: Mixed Chorus, 3, 4. ALVIN GRAY lN'lUllllAY liis friends are many, his enemies are few. lJ.O. Club. 4. SHllll.liY NADIQAN MURRAY She doeth little lciminesses ll'lIiCll most leave nnilone. D.O. Club, 4: llomeroom Chairman, 4. Seniors VVILMA JOAN MURRAY You'll go through life without a sigh. Girls' Glee Club, 25 English Club, 2. CAMILLA FAYE MYERS CMILLIED An unselfish personality is the greatest gift of all. Mixed Chorus, 2, 35 Girls' Glec Club, 25 Spanish Club, 2, 35 Dramaties Club, 25 Advanced Biology Club, 2 CSeeretaryD5 Twirp Dance Committee, 2 CDeeorationsj5 State Music Festival, 2, 35 Tri-Hi-Y, 2, 3, 4. IOYCE MAE NEVILLE lVe have all confidence in her future success. Government Club, 4. KENNETH TAYLOR NEWLAND He has good looks truly lzlent. ROTC, 2, 3, 45 Sergeants' Club, 35 Officers' Club, 4 CSeeretary-Treasurerj5 ROTC Ball Committee, 45 ROTC Column Editor, 45 Ir.-Sr. Prom Committee, 35 Homeroom Chairman, 35 Swimming Team, 2, 45 Gov- ernment Club, 4. JOSEPH PORTER NEWTON He profits most who serves best. Columbia High, 2, 3: Bible Club, 35 N.H.H.S., 4: Biblc Club, 45 F.T.A., 4 CSgt.-at-ArmsD. ROBERT SASSER NEWVTON CBOBBYD Youth comes but once, so l'm enjoying mine. ROTC, 2, 35 Sergeants' Club, 35 Spanish Club, 45 Government Club, 4. BETTY BLANCHE NICHOLS O, thou art fairer than the evening air clad in the beauty of a thousand stars. Dunn High School: F.H.A., 25 Mixed Chorus, 2. DOLORES ADAMS NORFLEET Happy-go-lucky as can be. Bible Club, 45 Thespians, 4. WILLIAM STEADMAN NORTHROP He is a sincere and Vtlllltllllf fellow. Spanish Club, 2, 35 Football, 25 Hi-Y, 2, 3, 45 Home- room Chairman, 2, 3. MARY ANN OOSTERWYK Common sense is instinct and enough of it is genius. Circulation Staff of Wildcat, 2, 3, 45 Ir.-Sr. Prom Committee, 35 Dramatics Club, 45 Government Club, -I-. Seniors SHIRLEY ORRELL 'Tis imlustriousness that supports the world. G.A.A., 2, 3, 4, Government Club, 3. DAN N Y ROY PARHAM Here's an athlete, Very respected: Silent, strong, cool, and colleetezl. ROTC, 2, 3, Hi-Y, 2, 3, 4, Baseball, 2, 3, 4, Foot- ball, 2, 3, 4, Basketball, 2, 3, 4. DUTCH PARKER Earnest and true is he, and so will lie ever he. D.O. Club, 3, 4. ELIZABETH DELANE PARKER Efficiency and good will are her qualities. G.A.A., 2, Basketball Team, 2, Play Day, 2, Gov- ernment Club, 3 . JACQUELINE SHEFFIELD PARKER Leave silence for saints: 1'm but human. Twirp Dance Committee, 2 CPublieityD, Girls' Glee Club, 2, Spanish Club, 2, 39 Mixed Chorus, 3, 4, Operetta, 3, Hanover Singers, 4, Government Club, 4. JAMES ELLIS PARKER A man of solid worth. Mixed Chorus, 3, 4. MABEL FRANCES PARKER Her ways are ways of pleasantness. Latin Club, 35 English Class Secretary, 4. THELMA LENORA PARKER Hers is the generous spirit. Spanish Club, 2, 3, Seribblers' Club, 2, 3, Girls Glee Club, 2, Government Club, 4. LUM LEVI PARRISH Silence is the surest sign of wisdom. PEGGY FRANCES PARRISH Here is a true and honest girl. Bible Club, 2, 3, 4, F.H.A., 2, 3, Girls' Glee Club 2, Mixed Chorus, 3, 4, Hanover Singers, 4, Operetta 4, Government Club, 4. Seniors VIRGINIA BEVERLY PARSONS A friendly heart lies at the roots of success. Bible Club, 2, 3, 4 CSeeretary, 25 President, 3, 415 F.T.A., 2, 3 CTreasurer, 3D5 Thespians, 2, 3, 45 City-Wide Bible Club, 2, 35 House of Representatives, 25 Museum Club, 3 CSecretary-TreasurcrD5 Junior Class Play Committee, 3 CChairman Propertiesjg Jr.- Sr. Prom Committee, 3 CPublicity ChairmanD5 Sen- ator, 35 Telephone Directory Committee, 3, 4 CChair- man, 3D5 Handbook Committee, 3, 45 Hi-Y, 3, 4 CPresident, 3D5 May Court, 45 Vice-President Stu- dent Body, 45 Government Club, 4. DOROTHY PASTIS Intelligence mixed with mirth. Dramaties Club, 2, 3, 4 CPublicity Manager, 35 Busi- ness Manager, -U5 Scribblers' Club, 2, 3, 4 CPresi- dent, 415 Declamation Contest, 3 CSemi-FinalsD5 Jr.- Sr. Prom Committee, 35 Government Club, 45 Wild- cat Staff, 4 CAd SolicitorD5 Judicial Marshal, 45 Arts and Crafts Club, 45 Homeroom Chairman, 45 "I Speak for Democracy" Contest Winner, 4. JIMMY LENOIR PATTERSON Those who know him praise him most. Basketball, 25 Boys' State, 35 Government Club, 4. FRANCES FAY PERETTI Reliable in all she attempts. Bible Club, 3, 45 Y-Teens, 35 Government Club, 45 F.H.A., 4. DONALD CLARK PERMENTER Farmer-a founder of lzuman civilization. Future Farmers of America, 2, 3, 4. CHARLES JAMES PETE, JR. Everything he says and does is comical. Government Club, 4. HOWARD NELSON PHELPS Determination makes dreams come true. Bible Club, 2, 3, 4 CTreasurer, 3, 4D5 ROTC, 2, 35 Non-Commissioned Officers' Club, 35 Deelamation Contest, 3. BILLY HENDERSON PIGFORD Men who do not spend all tlzeir time talking have room to accomplish many things. D.O. Club, 3, 4 CTreasurer, -lj. GAIL CANOVA PONS Oh, but she was gay. Bible Club, 25 Dramatics Club, 2, 35 Tri-Hi-Y, 2, 3, 4 CTreasurer, 2D5 Twirp Dance Committee, 25 Span- ish Club, 35 May Dance Committee, 35 Jr.-Sr. Prom Committee, 35 Government Club, 45 Christmas Float Committee, 45 House of Representatives, 45 Tele- phone Directory Committee, 4. SHIRLEY ANN POOLE Good humor is the sunshine of the mind. Spanish Club, 2, 3 CTreasurer, 25 Secretary, 3D5 D.A.R. Sewing Award, 25 Secretary of Sophomore Class, 25 Hi-Y, 25 Seribblers' Club, 2, 35 Homeroom Chairman, 3. Seniors RALPH MILRFDITH POTTER Never will fl1Ul'L' lie a man friemllier than lie. Homeroom Chairman, 2: Spanisll Club, 2, 3 CPro- gram Chairman, 3Dg Hi-Y, 2, 3, lissay Contest CUnited NationsD, 23 Football, 2, 3, 4, Basketball, 2, 3, 4, llaseball, 2: Jr.-Sr. Prom Committee, 3: Ser- geants' Club, 3, Twirp Dance Committee, 23 Home- room Representative, 3, 4: Boy's State, 3: N. C. Scholastic Press Inst., 4: Sports Editor of XViIdeat, 45 Student Court Iudge, 4. BETTY IO PRESNFLL A11 all arouml friend and OHL' as jolly as can Ire. G.A.A., 2, 3, 4 CSecrctary, 35 Viee-President, -U: Representative to Greensboro, 35 G.A.A. Medal, 2, 3: Twirp Dance Committee, 2 CDeeorati0nsDg Home- room Representative, 2, 3: Basketball Team, 2, 3, 4: Volleyball Team, 2, 3, 4: Gym Assistant, 33 Girls Sports Article in Wildcat, 4. STEPHEN McCULLY PREVOST A man of great wortlz. Latin Club, 2, Spanish Club, 2, 3: ROTC, 2, 3, 4, Outstanding 2nd Year Cadet Award, 3: Sergcants' Club, 3: Officers' Club, 43 Company A Captain, 4: Swimming Team, 3, 4: Homeroom Representative, 4: Wildcat Sports Staff, 4, National Honor Society, 4: Chairman Iintertainment Committee, ROTC Ball, 4: Teenage Azalea Festival Committee, 3. DICLORFS PRIDGFN Mine ix lmt to rliscorer ami rio lI'lfll elzeerful heart tlze work that is mine. Government Club, 4. PATRICIA ANN PRIDGIQN Gaiety in lzer mamzerg seriousziess in her tlzouglzt. Nursery Helper, 2: Spanish Club, 2, 3 CSeeretary, ZH: Seribblers' Club, Z, 3: junior Play Committee, 3 CclI12IIl'l112lllDQ Government Club, 4: Chemistry I.ab Assistant, 4. ORRIIQ I,IiIC PRIOR A smile tlmt wins, a voice tlmt captures. lfootball, 25 l.eacIers Club YMCA, 4: Ilanover Sing- ers, 4. I,II.I,IAN PAT PUGII Art is the gift slze xlmres so greatly lI'lll1 otliers. D.O. Club, 4. CAROL LOUISIQ RACKLFY Success is lzers who says little. Government Club, 4. RILLIIC liVICRI.IiNA RAPIQR Of quiet artistic taste anal HIlH1llL'I'S mild. Girls' Glee Club, 2: French Club, 3, 4: Arts and Crafts Club, 3, 4. SANDRA JOANN RFGISTICR Alert to all the finer things of life. Latin Club, 23 Dramaties Club, 2, 33 Senator, 2, 3: F.T.A., 35 Bible Club, 3: Handbook Committee, 3: junior Play Committee, 3: Christmas Float Commit- tee, 3, May Dance Committee, 3 CCo-Chairman Mu- sieQg lr.-Sr. Prom Conunittee, 3 CCo-Chairman Mu- sicDg Mixed Chorus, 3, State Music Festival, 3: liv- ecutive Council, 4: Chairman of Co-ordinating Com- mittee, 4. Seniors ENNIS HUGHES ROBINSON Success depends upon the stuff a man is made of. Football, 2, 3, 45 Basketball, 2, 35 Baseball, 23 Hi-Y 2. RALPH ROLLINS VVe're all proud to know him. Government Club, 4. ROBERT DAVID ROOKS Worth makes the man. ROTC, 2, 3, 4g Officers' Club, 45 ROTC Assistant 43 Basketball, lg Intramural Sports, lg Rifle Team 43 Spanish Club, 3, 43 Government Club, 4. PAUL MONTFORD RUARK A little mischief now and then is cherished ln' the best of men. 1 ROTC, 2, 33 Officers' Club, 3, Spanish Club, 2, 35 Homeroom Representative, 23 Hi-Y,' 2, 3, Govern- ment Club, 4. SHERRY ANN SANDERLIN Gentle in her manner and fair to look upon. Latin Club, 2, Dramaties Club, 2, Declamation Con- test, 2g Hi-Y, 2, 3, 49 Girls' Glee Club, 2g Mixed Chorus, 3, 43 Wildcat Reporter and Typist, 3, 4, State Music Festival, 3, 43 Operetta, 43 Hanover Singers, 43 Junior Play Cast, 35 judicial Marshal, 41 Government Club, 4. XVILLIAM THOMAS SANDERLIN Strong is he that masters his own spirit. Sergeants' Club, 39 JV Football, 25 Officers' Club, 4. MARTHA MAIE SANDERS Look in thy heart and write. Latin Club, 25 Deelamation Contest, 25 Essay Contest Cllnitetl NationsD, 2 CSemi-Finalistjg French Club, 3, 43 judicial Marshal, 3, 45 Book Club, 3, 4g State Essay Contest CFinalistj, 35 Operetta CPublicityD, 3, lunior Play Prompter, 3g Ir.-Sr. Prom Committee, 3 Cl'lntertainmentDg F.T.A., 45 Hanoverian Staff, 4: Government Club, 45 Library Club, 4 CVice-Presi- mlentDg National Honor Society, 4. SYLVIA EARLENE SAVAGE VVe can find none as reliant as she. Seribblers' Club, 2, Girls' Glee Club, 29 D.O. Club, 4. ROGER M. SEITTER Rowdy and robust-he's quite Il fellow. Football, 2, 3. DONALD MANLEY SELLERS Sum up thy speech-say much in little. Leland High School, 1, 2: 4-H Club, 1, 2 CSecre- tary, lg Vice-President, 214 Baseball, lg Basketball, 25 N.H.H.S., 2, 3, 4: Spanish Club, 2, 33 JV Base- ball, 2, 33 Basketball, 3, 45 Baseball, 49 Government Club, 4. 7 x Seniors . SUSAN HOLMES SEWELL Calm, quiet, and very likeable. Twirp Dance Comm., 2. WELTON CURTIS SEWELL The apparel oft proclaims the man. Latin Club, 2 CTreasurcrD, ROTC, 2, 3, Crack Platoon, 2, Sergeant's Club, 3, Ir.-Sr. Prom Comm., 3 CRefreshmcntsD, Hi-Y, 2, 3 CPresident, ZD, Home- room Representative, 4. ADRIAN BRUCE SH EPA RD He that tills the soil shall reap the harvest. Homeroom Representative, 2, ROTC, 2, 3. MARTHA KAY SHEPARD A lump of sugar, small and sweet. Homeroom Representative, 2, G.A.A., 2, F.H.A., 3, Infirmary Assistant, 3, Volleyball Team, 2, D.O. Club, 4. BEVLIN IAMES SHEPHERD CB. 1.3 You have a great magnetism. ROTC, 2, 3, 4, Sergeant's Club, 3, Officers' Club, 4, Football, 2, 3, 4. DOROTHY FAY SHERRON Grace is in her every step and smile. Homeroom Chairman, 2, Homeroom Representative, 2, G.A.A., 2, F.H.A., 2, Government Club, 4. LINDA ANN SHEW How lzuoyant is thy heart! lt turns, like marigolds, to the sunny side. French Club, 2, Twirp Dance Comm., 2, Dramatics, Club, 2, 3, Seribblers' Club, 2, 3, 4, F.H.A., 2, Museum Club, 2, G.A.A., 2, Library Club, 2, May Dance Comm., 3, 4, Wildcat Staff, 4 CAssistant Fea- ture EditorD, Thespians, 4, F.T.A., 4, Government Club, 4. ELIZABETH ANNE SIKES Pep, punch, personality. Statesville, N. C.: Latin Club Play Cast, 2, Library Club, 2, F.H.A., 2, 3, Latin Club, Z, 3, Dramatics Club, 2, 3, Hi-Y, 3, Mixed Chorus, 3, Homeroom Chairman, 3, Science Club, 3, Publicity Chairman of junior Class Carnival, 3, Chairman Iunior Class Float, 3, Chairman Costume Comm. for "Pride and Prejudice," 3, N.H.H.S.: junior Play Cast, 3, Ir.-Sr. Prom Committee, 3 CInvitationsD, French Club, 3, 4, Cast of N.C., S.C. Dramatic Festival Play, 3, Wild- cat Reporter, 4, Dramatics Club, 3, 4, Hanoverian Staff, 4 CClub Activities EditorD, Executive Council, 4, Secretary of Treasury, 4, National Honor Society, 4, Government Club, 4, Senior Play Committee, 4, judicial Marshal, 4, Telephone Directory Committee, 4, Orientation Day. WILLIAM GUERARD SIMKINS Good nature shines in all his actions. Latin Club, 2, ROTC, 2, 3, Crack Platoon, 2, Gov' ernment Club, 4. MARGARET DIANNE SIMON Smooth runs the water where the brook is deep Dramaties Club, 2, 3, 4 CManager of Make-up Committee, 21, Speech Arts Play Cast, 2, Seribblers' Club, 2, 3, 4, Nursery School Assistant, 2, Dcclama- tion Contest, 2, Tri-Hi-Y, 2, 3, 4 CViee-President, 3D, May Dance Comm., 3 CDecorationsD, Ir.-Sr. Prom Comm., 3 Cllecorationsj, junior Play Comm., 3 CMake-upD, Spanish Club, 3, 4 CPresident, 45, Judicial Marshal, 3, Executive Council, 4, Secre- tary of Club Activities, 4, National Honor Society, 3, 4 CPresident, 4, Treasurer of State Chapter, 4D, Telephone Directory Comm., 4, Delegate to NCA Southeastern District Convention, 4. S ' E B 'A J ' l .T . ' - . . ' -PATRJICJIA' PAY' SKINNER' K A generous heart is,one that is never empty. ' I ill Spanish Club,'2' gvi ' If5n'cc. Colnmitte ' 2 'Horne mom Representative, gg G.A.A.', 25' Wtldgatlllebofti' er, 2,,3, 45 Christmas float Committee, 25 May Dance Commiqeel 32 Ir.-Sr. 'Prom Committee, 35 Dramatics Club, Z, 3, 4 CVice President, 4D5 Latin Club, 3, 4 CParliamentarian, 315 Government Club, 4. V f ', I - . . ' ' ' ' -."- IRVIN PITTARD SLADE ' . ' None knew thee but to like thee. ' Government Club, 4. DAVID BRYAN SLOAN, IR. Intellect, initiative, and leadership distinguish you. Museum Club 2 Latin Club 2 Golf Team 2 3 ' ' , 4 . 9 " , , , 4. Declamation Contest, 25 Student Court Iudgc, 35 Iu- nior Play Cast, 35 ROTC Non-Commissioned Officer, 35 Sergeants' Club, 35 May Dance Committee, 35 Boys' State, 35 Senator, 45 Light Bulb Sale Commit- tee, 4 CChairmanD5 National Honor Society, 3, 4 CState President, 41. SARA ANNE SMITH The heart is wiser than the intellect. Dramaties Club, 4. ROBERT ELKINS SMITH The man who learns is the man who gains. ROTC, 2, 3, 45 Sergcants' Club, 35 Officers' Club, 45 ROTC Ball Committee, 45 Twirp Dance Commit- tee, 25 Basketball, 2. HAROLD RANDOLPH SNIPES, IR. lolly, but not too gay-good sense, but not too serious. Government Club, 45 Chemistry Lab Assistant, 4. MARY SUE SPARKMAN A healthy spirit is one that's fed by laughter. G.A.A., 25 F.H.A., 25 Twirp Dance Committee, 2: Ir.-Sr. Prom Committee, 45 Homeroom Chairman, 45 Government Club, 4. MARIAN FAY SPENCER Of manners so gentle, of heart so kind. Y-Teens, 2, 35 Girls' Glee Club, 25 Mixed Chorus, 3, 45 Operetta, 3, 45 Government Club, 4. WILLIAM EDWARD SPOONER A clever lad in every way. Latin Club, 2, 3 CParliamentarian, 255 Declamation Contest, 25 Baseball, 25 Speech Arts Play, 25 Museum Club, 35 Hi-Y, 3, 45 Government Club, 45 ROTC, 2, 3, 45 Sergeants' Club, 35 Officers' Club, 4. DAVID JONATHAN STANFORD Industriousness and honor are his clothing. D.O. Club, 4. Seniors HDVVARD A. STRAYHORN He can show as where the good times are! Government Club, 4. HOWARD LAMAR STROTHER He builds for eharaeter, not for fame. Hi-Y, 2, 3, 4 CSeeretary, 35 Student Chairman of Ad- visory Board, 435 Rand, 2. 3, 4 CAssistant Property Officer, 4D5 ROTC, 2, 3, 45 Sergcant's Club, 45 Cov- ernment Club, 4. MARGARET DHLORIES SUGGS She has a quiet lmt engaging way. Office Assistant, 3. MARY JANE SUMNER Originality is the true evidence of genius. 25 May Dance Committee, 2, 3, 45 Prize in City lin- gineers' Science Contest, 25 National Poster Contest, 2 CHonorable Mentionjg Twirp Dance Committee, 2 CPublicity ChairmanD5 Spanish Club, 3 CViee-Presi- dentD5 Christmas Float Committee, 3, 45 jr.-Sr. Prom Committee, 3 CDeeorations ChairmanD5 Operetta, 3, 4 CPublieity Chairman, 3D5 National Honor Society, 3, 45 Art Ill Award, 35 Iunior Play Committee, 35 Make-up Editor of Wildcat, 45 Office Assistant, 45 Telephone Directory Committee, 4. ROY C. SUTTON l never worryg life's much easier that way. Government Club, 4. KENNETH BRINKMAN SWAIN, IR. Never too serious, never too gay-but a real fine fel- low in every way. Latin Club, 2, 35 ROTC, 2, 35 Sergeants' Club, 3. JOSEPH PAUL SWART If life is a game, then lzere's an earnest player. Football, 2, 3, 4. DOROTHY IiLlZABIiTH TANNliR CBILTSYD The world cannot resist a happy face. Gym lixhibition, 25 Advanced Biology Club, 25 Gov- ernment Club, 4 CClass Committeej. ELIZABETH WHITHHEAD TAYLOR CBETHD Success will hless whatever you do. Latin Club, 25 Twirp Dance Committee, 2 CDeeora- tionsD5 Arts and Crafts Club, 25 Dramaties Club, 2: Tri-Hi-Y, 2, 3 CPresident, ZD5 junior Play Commit- tee, 3 CTieket and Program TypistD: State PTA Convention Page, 35 Spanish Club, 3 CPresidentD: May Dance Committee, 3 CDeeorationsj5 lr.-Sr. Prom Committee, 3 CRefreshments, Decorations, In- vitationsD5 Girls' State, 35 Light Bulb Sale Commit- tee, 45 PSTA Membership Committee, 45 Telephone Directory Committee, 4 CTypistD5 National Honor Society, 45 Senator, 45 Co-ordinating Committee, 45 Hanoverian Staff, 4 CClass SectionD. ELLEN PEARL TAYLOR A good stuzlent with heart most kiml. Spanish Club, 2, 35 Homeroom Devotional Chairman. 4. Seniors JEAN FRANCES TAYLOR Here is a true industrious friend. Latin Club, 23 Library Club, 3, 43 Business Manager Junior Play, 33 Judicial Marshal, 33 French Club, 3, 4 CVicc-President, 41. LESLIE ROGERS TAYLOR One that is sensible, good-natured, and always fair with others. Band, 2, 3, 4 CBand Manager, 4Dg ROTC, 2, 3, 4g Non-Commissioned Officers' Club, 33 Officers' Club, 43 Hi-Y, 3, 43 Jr.-Sr. Prom Committee, 3 CDccora- tionsj3 Thcspians, 43 ROTC Ball Committee, 4 CEn- tcrtainmcntb. OTIS VVARREN TAYLOR He makes friends easily. ROTC, 2, 3, 4. VVILBUR JENNINGS TAYLOR, JR. IVitl1 spirit and mirth I play the game. Dcclamation Contest, 23 Junior Play, 33 Spanish Club, 3, 4 CTrcasurcr, 3D3 Government Club, 4. OLLIE MARIE TEACHEY Quiet but not idle. Latin Club, 2g Chemistry Lab Assistant, 4. ROBERTA STUART THOMAS All clouds have linings bright anal shining, so I wear mine inside out. l.atin Club, 23 Thcspians, 2, 3, 4g Twirp Dance Committee, 23 Junior Play Committee, 3 CBLISIIICSSDQ Spanish Club, 3, 43 May Dance Committee, 33 Jr.-Sr. Prom Committee, 33 Hi-Y, 4. MARY ELIZABETH TIENKEN A song will outlive all sermons in the heart. Spanish Club, 2, 33 Mixed Chorus, 2, 3, 43 Opcretta, 2, 3, Ali Dramatics Club, 2, 33 Girls' Glce Club, 23 Majorcttc, 4. KAY FRANCES TOMPKINS Nature slze loves, and next to nature, art. Christmas Lawn Scenery, 2, 33 Arts and Crafts Club, 2, 33 Thespians, 2, 33 Junior Play Committee, 2, 3 CSccncry, 2, 3g Make-up, 313 Opcretta Committee, 2 CSccncryDg Bible Club, 2, 3 CPublicity Chairman, 2, 313 Museum Club, 33 French Club, 3, 43 Jr.-Sr. Prom Committee, 3 CDecorationsD3 Hanovcrian Staff, 3, 4g Office Assistant, 4. MADELINE TRASK I-Vell-versed in all the arts of friemlslzip. Social Marshal, 2, 35 Latin Club, 23 Hi-Y, 2, 3 CVicc-President, ZD3 Twirp Dance Committee, 23 May Dance Committcc, 2, 33 Spanish Club Presi- dent, 33 Jr.-Sr. Prom Committee, 33 May Court, 3, 4 CMaid-of-Honor, 4D3 National Honor Society, 3, 43 Class President, 43 Secretary of Senate, 43 PSTA Secretary, 4g Varsity Sweetheart, 43 Telephone Di- rectory Committee, 43 ROTC Dance Committee, 4g ROTC Battalion Sponsor, 4. RAIFORD GRAHAM TRASK, JR. Nonclzalant and indifferent-lzut how he puts it over! Speech Arts Play, 23 Latin Club, 23 Declamation Contest, 23 Social Marshal, 33 Jr.-Sr. Prom Commit- tcc, 3 CDccorations, RcfrcshmentsD3 Non-Commis- sioncd Officer, 33 Government Club, 4. Seniors l'll,l'f,-XNOR ARCHER TRAYNHAN Such ii sense of lzumor is the eapressirm of a ileep mul zmilerstamling heart. French Club, 2, 3, Thespians, 2, 3, -lg Mixed Chorus, 3, 4, Operetta, 3, -lg Thespians Play, -lg junior Play Cast, 3, Girls' Glee Club, 2, Government Club, -l. MARY EUGHNI.-X TRULOVH UIQANILD A happy soul, Sincere ami true. Latin Club, 2, Seribblers' Club, 2, 3, -lg Thespians, 2, 3, 4 CPlay Casts, 3, -lb, XVilclcat Staff, 2, 4 CCircu- lation, 2, -lg Assistant News liditor, 4Dg Twirp Dance Committee, 2 CDecorationsDg lst prize in lfssay Con- test CSeribblers' ClubD, 25 F.H.A., 3, -lg House of Representatives, 35 Library Club, 3, 43 Library As- sistant, 3, 45 May Dance Committee, 3 CChairman Decorationsjg jr.-Sr. Prom Committee, 3 Clleeora- tionsDg Government Club, 4. ROIZERT Llili TURNER, JR. A light heart lives long. Government Club, -lg D.O. Club, 4. NIARY HELON TUTOR Ears that hem' life's music L'l'L'l'j'll'l1L'l'L', eyes that see Iife's art. Dramatics, 2, 3. MAURICIC HAlN'llLTON VAUGHAN ChllKl'lD He lives the fullest who thinks the most. Museum Club, 2, 3, -l CPresi1.lent, 3, 423 Vllilming- ton lfngineers Club Science Contest, 2 Clfirst Prizelz N. C. Academy of Science High School Science Con- test, 2 Cliirst Prizelg Roys' State, 3, Hi-Y, 3, -l CSee- retary, 4Dg National Honor Seeiety, 4. BARBARA IOYCIC Vl-',Rl'fliN Siizeeriiy uceoruplislzcs great things. Government Club, 3. DliLPHlNl'l PRANCICS NVADDl'lLL Good humor is goodness and ieisilom eomlriueil. Latin Club, 2, 3 CTreasurer, 2Dg Rancl, 2, 3, -lg As- sistant Librarian, 2, Librarian, 3, -lg VVilcleat Staff, 3, -l Cfhlvertising Staff, 3: News liclitor, 43: Govern- ment Club, 4 CVice-Presirlentj. ANNE LILROURNP VVAl,Dl",N A smile so friendly and earnest. House of Representatives, 2: Hi-Y, 2, 3, -lg Girls' Glee Club, 2, Twirp Dance Committee, 2, Talent Show, 2, Latin Club, 2, 3, Mixed Chorus, 31 jr.-Sr. Prom Conunittee, 3, -lg May Dance Committee, 3, -lg Thespians Club, 4, Government Club, 4: Dramatics Club, 4, Spanish Club, -lg Thespians Play Committee, 4 CPublieity and l.ightsD, Homeroom Chairman, -l. EARL HDVVARD WALKI-IR The power to achieve, the will to win. ROTC, 2, 3, 4, Rifle Team, 2, Sergeants' Club, 3, Officers' Club, 4. VVll,LlAh'l ll. WALL Ile's armed without that's slouthearteil irithiu. Hi-Y, 2, 3, 4: Swimming Team, 2, 3, 4 CCaptain, 45, ROTC, 2, 3, 4, Band, 2. Seniors LOUIS WALLACE Never was tlzerc suclz I1 fellow-nature nzazle lzinz am then broke tlze mold. D.O. Club, 45 Homeroom Chairman, 2. JAMES HUXLEY WALTERS The best things come in small packages. A-liancl, 25 Dance Band, 2, Wildcat Cireulatio 23 Spanish Club, 4. CAROLYN ANN WALTON A merry heart goes twice the way that tires a sad one Bancl, 2, Spanish Club, 2, 39 Dramatics'Club, 3, 4 F.T.A., 4. ELEANOR GERALDINE WALTON One as jolly as can llc. Y-Teens, 2, 35 Bible Club, 3, 4, Jr.-Sr. Prom Com mittee, 33 F.H.A., 4g Government Club, 4. JOHN ELBERT WARD A comrade lzlitlw and full of glee, ROTC, 2, 33 Homeroom Chairman, 2, Sergeants l n Staff, v 1 Club, 34 Golf Team, 3, 45 Spanish Club, 3, 45 Gov- ernment Club, 4, Declamation Contest, 3, 4. JOYCE MILLER WATSON Good taste is the flower of good sense. Spanish Club, 2, 3. WYNDEL H. WATSON Life is a game, so live and lauglz. Football, 25 Baseball, 2, ROTC, 2, 3, 4. MYRTLE ROSE WEAVER Cooperativeness is the very soul of her. Infirmary Assistant, 2. JULIE LEWIS WENBERG Her lzeart is as open as the day-lzer feelings are all true. Tri-Hi-Y, 2, 3, 4 CSecretary, 315 Scribblers' Club, 2, 3, Dcclamation Contest, 2 CFinalsDg Dramatics Club Play, 25 District Music Contest, 23 State Music Con- test, 2, 33 Mixed Chorus, 39 Latin Club Vice-Presi- dent, 23 Thespians, 2, 34 Twirp Dance Committee, 25 Spanish Club, 3g Junior Representative to PSTA, 35 Jr.-Sr. Prom Committee, 3 Clnvitationslg National Honor Society, 3, 4 CCorresponcling Secretary, 4Dg Senior Representative to PSTA, 45 Telephone Direct- ory Committee, 45 Company D Sponsor, 4. IZLEANOR MARIAN WESTBROOK Attractive grace. Majorctte, 3, 45 ROTC Band Sponsor, 43 Judicial Marshal, 4. Seniors RARRARA ANN YVlllTl'l ller smile is the fresli lireiltli of 11 spring 111o1'11i11g. Spanish Club, 2, 3. MARY lJlfl,l'HlNli NVll,l.ARll A tiiSl7USiif0II gentle 111111 ll licart so fair. clUYCl'l1l11L'l1l Club, 3. LIQONARD bl. VVll,l.lAAlS A good izeurf is ilu' rielzcst of gifts. Government Club, 3. NANCY l,OUlSlC XVll.l,lAlXlSON A 110111111 of pluck is 1i'o1'tlz II ton of luck. Govcrnment Club, 4: Hi-Y, 2, 3, 4: Girls' Glee Club, 25 Homeroom Chairman, 4, Hi-Y Advisor, 4. SYl,VlA VlOl,li'l' XVILSON Sweet is lzur 111111111e1'. Rible Club, 2, 3: 4-H Club, 2, 3. lYllRlAlXl GRAY XVINDHAM Of all fill' joys l'111 to rvcuii, being i11 ion' is tin' lies! of 1111. Walstonburg High Seliool: flllCl'l'lL'2lllCl', 3: Rasliet- ball Team, 3, N.H.H.S.: Spanish Club, 4. MARY lXlcFADliN XVITHICRSPOON Ilouf i1u1111tif1il tlzc heart that lzloonzs with ki1n111css! Hou' bright it glcauisl Library Club, 2, 3, 4 CPresident, -U, llramaties Club, Z, 3, 4 CCorresponding Sccretary, 3Dg Library Assistant, 2, 3, Tri-Hi-Y, 2, 3, 4 CSecretary, 2, Vice- President, 459 Latin Club, 23 Twirp Dance Commit- tee, 2 Clioorlg Wildcat Circulation Staff, 2, 3, 4 CCU-Manager, -U5 Library Tca Committce, 2, 3, 4: Social Marshal, 35 judicial Marshal, 4, Student Congress Tea Committee, 3, May Dance Committee, 3 CDL-corationsjg lr.-Sr. Prom Committee, 3 Cliccora- tionslg French Club, 3, 43 Governmcnt Club, 45 Na- tional Honor Society, 4. GARY JOHNSON WOLFIC A more courteous gerztlciizmz 7IL'l'L'l' was foumi. Latin Club, 2, ROTC, 2, 33 Hi-Y, Z, 3, 4: jr.-Sr. Prom Committec, 3, Christmas Float Committee, 4: Government Club, 4. DORIS lil.AlNl'f WOOTIQN lVitl1 clzccrfuimfss you trcml on Iife's com111o11 uiay. Tri-Hi-Y, 2, 3, 4 CSecretary, -U, Bible Club, 3, 4 CVice-President, -U, Deelamation Contest, 3, Gov- ernment Club, 4: Wildcat Rcporter, 4. ANNE GRAY WORTHINCTON A sunny smile, covcriizg nmuy good traits. Latin Club, 25 Glce Club, 2, Hi-Y, 2, 3, 45 Govern- ment Club, 4. Seniors MARIE VVUNDERLICH A hearty laugh and a ready smile. Government Club, 4. RALPH OWEN YAUN His favorite word is leisure. CAROL LYNN YOUNG A mind at peace with all lzelow. Dramaties Club, 4 CMake-up ChairmanDg Latin Club, 2: Glee Club, 2, Hi-Y, 3, 4. HILDA GRAY YOUNG It is a friendly heart that has plenty of friends. Y-Teens, 2, 3 CPresident, 315 Mixed Chorus, 35 Hanover Singers, 45 Girls' Glee Club, 2, Operetta, 33 D.O. Office Training, 4. FRANCES MARIAN YOUNGBLOOD Every talent, every art is hers. Art Club, 2 CVicc'PresidcntDg Latin Club, 2, Twirp Dance Committee, 2, Class President, 2, May Court, lg Illuminated Lettering Award, 2, Tri-Hi-Y, 2, 3, 4 CPresident, -U3 Jr.-Sr. Prom Committee, 3 CCo- Chairman Decorationslg May Dance Committee, 3, Delegate to NCSPI, 3, 4 CPresident, 4Dg National Honor Society, 3, 4 CTreasurer, 4Dg French Club, 3, 4, Junior Play Committee, 3 CCO-Chairman Scen- eryjg Hanoverian Staff, 3, 4 CEditor-in-Chief, 4Dg Senator, 3, President Pro Tempore, 35 Handbook Committee, 3, 49 Christmas Float Committee, 3, 4, Delegate to NCSCC, 49 Government Club, 4, Tele- phone Direetory Committee, 4, Vice-President Senier Class, 4: Clerk of House of Representatives, 4. JOANNE KAY ZIMMERMAN IVhose little body lodges a mighty mind. Junior Globe Staff, 25 Bell and Bugle Staff, 2, Op- eretta Committee, 3 CPublicityDg Basketball Team, 3, Softball Team, 33 VViltIcat Staff Member, 43 Na- tional Honor Sceiety, 4. SENIORS WHOSE PHOTOGRAPHS DO NOT APPEAR THOMAS PEYTON BROVVN, JR. 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STANLICY 'IIQRRY STICPIIIQNSON CZAROI, S'I'I-QWAR'I' IIARRY S'l'IiXVAR'I' HOBBY S'I'OlJ'I' JOANNIS S'I'RAIII.IiR RIffI"I'Y SUGGS CAROLINIQ SLIGCZS ,IO ANN SUGGS I'HYI.IIIS SUIIIVAN ALIDA SXVARII' BIQTTY CATHIiRINI'I SWAR'I INIARY ANN SVVART ROSICMARY SVVISHIQR DONALD SYIQIQS SHICITON TATI-' IICANI ",' I"I'IC 'IIXYIOII ,IL'IDY 'IAYIOII COS'I'.'XS 'ICZIIOUIIAS GVIIIIY 'I'IiACIIII".Y I!.'XIIII.XII.X 'I'I'f.-XGUIC TOMMY 'IIIIOMAS AAIION 'IIIOIXIPSON SIIIfI.III 'IIIOIXIPSON SYI.X"I.X 'IIIOMPSON IJOIIIS 'I'IIOIIN'I'ON CXXIII 'IIIOIII'If IINIJ.X 'IIICNIQICN CZYN'I'III.X 'I'II.IJIfN 'I Ifll 'I IIIIIIM.-KN ClII,IIIflI'I' 'III I I'f'I"I' IXIAIIY 'IIIOMPIQINS III"'I"I'If 'IOOMIVII CII IIVION YANN MAIIY YALICIIIAN III.I.I.-IN VINSON PAUI, VON CANNON IINIDA VOSS SIII"II .X WAIII. IINIJSAY XV.XI.IiI".II MAIICGAIII ",' I' W.'XI.IiI".II IYNIMI. WAIIIIICN FI.OIIIiNCiI". WASIIIZUIIN I'.X'I' XV.'X'I'I".IIS IMII-1 XV,X'I'I'S CIIIIISIINI-' XVI-'.I.I.S IIAIIIMILX WVNIILIIIG .IIN WI"SSI'I I. ANNIIQ I. WI'fS'I'IIIIOOIi ISII IN WIII'I I-I ,IUI l.X WIII'I'I" I'IIII II' WIII'I'I" VIIIGININ WIII'I'I" AI IIIfII'I' WII I IAMS I3II.I Y WII I IAMS I"IDIJII-I WII I MMS If.IXI.XII WII.I IAMS IINIJ.-X WII IIQXMS IXNN WII I IAMS INIAIIY WIII IAMS IIAIINAIIIJ WIISON GWICNIJOI YN WILSON ,IIMMY WII SON SIIMDIV, WIISON ,I.XNIV WIIIUIII ,I.XNlS XVOOIJ I. I. XVOOIJS III'.'I"I If WOOIJIIUIIX GIVNI-. WOOIJISLIIIY SANIJILX XVIIIGIII IIQAN XVl,INIDI"III.ICTII RICIIAIID YOL'NGIII.OOIJ Sophomores Q X. I S ""'z 127 vm- 'W' -bf Sur: Q Nasa.. Ip . I 'if I II"Q""'f I S f 'E K 3 L La :ia I 4 Q X . X wk. .. ,gl I .Z I I gi A.. , TAWANA YOW SALLY ZIMMERMAN In Memoriam WILLIAM THOMAS ALLEN l935-I954 Page 75 Y f? X MM 71 bfug-J fNff Activities 'ifo -33 Student Government The Student Government is the most outstanding and most important organilation of our school. Through this organization we are endowed with a true democratic spirit and enabled to promote closer student-faculty co-operation. There are many departments in the student government, which strive to fulfill all duties and obligations successfully. Most important of all departments is the Executive Council, an absolute necessity in the administration of the student legislature. This council is composed of ten mem- bers headed by the President of the Student Body. This group meets every Tuesday morning and recommends to the other branches of the student government bills or suggestions which they feel need attention. The Senate is next in importance and is composed of six members from, and the President of, each class. i The largest branch of the student government is the BILL GARDNER House of Representatives. This is truly the voice of the Pf1'Sifl011i students for the members of this branch are representing the homerooms. Those students elected at thc close of each school year to assist at social functions are the Social Marshals. This group also sponsors the May Dance. A A The judiciary Branch composed of judges and judicial marshals inforces all laws passed v ,' ' ' the Student Congress. I L.. f" ' U' ' - Before a bill is passed from the Senate to the House or vice-versa, it must be ailpnvvedfby the 1 U Coordinating Committee, composed of two members from each house.: M , ' - 'et A I, . "' 'J Truly, the students of New Hanover High School haveF.,qame,fhing trfbe proud of in 'ffieir .' Student Congress. v 4, 7' ,a . ' S AV' f ' 'S 'lf V fy ' . ' .4 V A I 'S , btfli -f" J 1 , l'-I A- ' 1 , V 5 . l , ' . ' I LU ,Ln ' BEVERLY PARSONS T' uf V Vicc'-Presitlcrzt r ' W ALYCE BRAAK Secretary Page 78 T57 Executive Committee 'Q Vli QE an First rout Allene Keith, Secretary of Social .Xetivitiesg Bill Cheny, SCCl'Ct2I1'y of Fimlnee: mlmeth Silaes, Secretary of the Trezisuryg jimmy Hiekmon, Chief ,luclieinl Al2l1'Sl1ill1 lliunm Simon, Seeretury of Club Activities. Seeomi mir: jo.Xnn Register, Cllili1'I11ilI1 of Coormlinuting Committee: jziek lfules, President ol Senate: Dorothy Moore, Seeretawy of lfleetions: Mr. C. ll. cilll'gill1llS, Arlvisor: Miss Lena rllllf' lor, ihlvisor, Coordinating Committee l.el't to right: Hay Climb, Jody llegzlr, JoAnn Register, Beth Tzilyor. Not Pieturecl: Sylvia Hayes. Page 79 Senate L S 1 E so is .lf ..... if First row ffront to rearl: Barbara Wenberg, Pat Cherry, Louise Floyd, Lyn Ligon, I. E. Car- roll. Second row: Tuggie Trask, Mary Ann Keith, Sylvia Hayes, Linda Garrett, Margaret Hurst, Dianne Hewitt. Third row: Jack Fales. Burke Lennon, Faye Edge, Beth Taylor, Bill Mathias and Ellen Tucker. The Senate convenes each Thursday morning for the purpose of discussing im- portant bills concerning the welfare of the school. All finance bills originate in the Senate which is composed of the six senators and the President of each class. Page 80 gg s l House of Representatives X L1 4. ,- E-.::.:.::'-2' First row: Martha Land, Susan Parsons, JoAnn Lennon, Alice Dannenbaum, Bobby Moore, Miss Lena Taylor. Second row: Tommy Thomas, Annie Laurie Westbrook, Sylvia Fountain, Ida Cavanaugh, Ioy Jenkins, Pat Hobbs. Third row: Mona Reid, Betty Lou McLcndon, Carol Harris, Lynn Pretlow, Gloria Welch, Suzanne Kramer. Fourth row: Eve Rosson, lean Kirk- ham, Judy Buck, Gwen Hawley, Barbara Horne, Gail Pons, Jane Shepherd. Fifth row: Steve Provost, Sammy Pace, Clarence Alford, Freddie Smith, Tommy McCallum. Sixth row: Donald Genes, Steve Groom, Ray Fountain, Ray Gumb, Ed Carroll, Bobby Nivins. Membership in the legislature is composed of a representative from each home- room, and the vice-president of each class. The vice-president of the student body is speaker of the house. At meetings, the members formulate and take action on all bills pertaining to the welfare of the school. All bills originate in the house except finance bills. The group works in conjunction with the senate. Page 8 1 u fl ' i lg f A y fm Judges Homeroom Chairmen Page 82 Seated: HOBACE IIAYVICS SPEEDY NAClllS SUSAN HAllDlN BALPH POTTER FFBIBA Blfllllkr Stamliug: DONALD IICN Rl NS First mu' fleft to riglltl: Emma Godwin, Lincla Newland, Ioyce Hoeker, Billie Haywood, Bertha Morton, Mary Sue Spark- man, Barbara Teague. Sccrlml row: Betty Io Tucker, Sonia Melloe, Ann VVigg, Peggy Davis, Joyce Davis, Skip- py Hayes, Daisy NVilliams Third row: Sidney Curry, Dexter Batson, Boyce Cole, Max Fryer, Maurice llolmlxins, Horace Hawes. Fourth row: Gatcllell loye, Stewart Hare. Bay lfennell, Bud- cly VVl1celis, johnny Far- rcll. Judicial Marshals AIX xii ,K at ii First l'0ll'i Bessie Andrews, Sally Mustard, Bess Murphy, Ierry Sullivan, Jimmy Hiekmon Barbara Lounslmury, janiee Morgan. Seeond rote: Linda Hines, Melissa Martin, Sherry Rochelle, Dorothy Pastis, Chet Taylor Carolyn XVelJb, Rhoda May. Tliirtl role: Martha Starnes, Teenie Cannon, Sarah Shumpert, Christian Humphrey, jackie Meier, judy Harwood, Christina Bennett, jaekie Soles, Sylvia Pridgen. The .ludieial Marshals enforee rules and laws of the New Hanover High Sehool Student Body. They shall be appointed hy the Chief Marshal with the approval of the Iudieiary Committee of the House and the Senate. The Chief Marshal shall aet as prosecuting attorney for the Court. Page 83 Handbook Committee Telephone Directory Committee Page 84 l'l1'xI mtv: l,cx Marks, l:l'3lI1Cl'S Yuunglmloml Mary .-Xnn lit-itll, llvlvn Hmm-0. Iluvitl Sloun. Wucruni mir: I3uwi'ly Parsons, Christian lllll1ll1hl'L'f', lh-t-Iii' llulluntl, ,Xl- lcnc Kvilli. l'II'Xf mir: T1 ' I' V , f sz Qlrsons, IRL-city llolluml, Iflilgllxvlh Silws, .'XHL'l1L' Keith. Swoznl row: llsilcl llulc, lfcrilm livrry, Pnl- sx liiltr, Mary -lam' SIIINIIUI' Mary .Nnn lit-ith. 'I'l1ir4l mir: l3u't'l'ly Pairsons, lfstllcl' Cilct-ic, Dizlnnc Simon, llctll rlvilyllill Cliristiam lIllIlll1lll'L'y, .Xlycc Iimnk. W . X n 5 f- A v yr are if N . X Y' ' XQVSJ 1 5 HSQA, V pMgv,. rf' ik 4 ,QU 1 wg y , H 6 xrggk 1 V Q ...,. . x.. ,F A S s if ' R ' -f wllfifi. 12 H 2 2' .5 n ' W 5 . if Q ' ff Ai' . - an Lim Q - V- r sgwqgv.. , ' 1 1 5 , 1 W --f f' ' . A . 5 I is kkgigs. .K V ,wi ., 5 K , ,lg VV , ,K t I ' I ,Ai A 5... -' 5 is .ws ,wir . 4 1 -. 61, - i V x. Q, ' Q 'Mmm ' , is ' -I 1 '5 ' . ' vs ,Q pn. ,sl-ff ur. :HM . J I 'f 1 -M' f f V f V Q.: . Q i ' '- : ff A-1 7 gm QV' f. ' , , ., X1 ' , , , L? A , . , Ak , X, VR. ,,HL,,,..: fQf4z.f,,..,-Q f . Q - A? 1-.1i,i?iLJ"Hf'RWl:f5Af qw-Sffziiaiifgtk -- . f fm .: H-age? -4 K 'Pa 1 1 , I .M f lf -"' Q , - E, 'X Q 'l ' 1 :I . ' L' f fl, T W 5 2 . ' w 3 ' f gy, Y' Sig .. k www. g- K A wt, 4 as " MP' - My ' r A A X Y ' -r ll ' fl X. . ' ' ! vb 1 . ' M V ,f .1555-' -fif15 7fZ2,l2iM11 Z:f555f?f7'.,?1flSl3A-EQQ7 X ..,sri R-zzj' rgfg xig. A was Ka- 1 1 2 . ' ,:,L,'vf . . W 1 'A N J K ,sf 5 ff V ,G 'Y' f KL 34 5335 , 7? V- ,,.. Q ..,. . ..,,, sg,f:.,,.,g.,',N ' f 'iwi'-W"-1FiTfL. , . . - :-if 5 L.- -.gf 2.21 - - S E, ki . - . - sw ' 1 ., ,V 6 . .... S fs.. 4 if if W, .k..Sk..?W 1 ., Q f ? x ..,f ? Av if r 5. v we-. Q NATICDNA OR S Q 4 I E I Y DIANNE SIMON President The highest honor New Hanover High School can offer to any student is mem- bership in the National Honor Society. Those fortunate students who are chosen to ' ' h' l ader- be in this organization are selected on the basis of outstanding scholars lp, e ship, character, and service. With the guidance and advice of the faculty sponsors, the group successfully played host to the National Honor Society State Convention. Other activities of the group wer ' t and two induction e an honor roll tea, a brldge and Canasta tournamen , services. Everyone agreed that it was a rich and enjoyable year for the members of the society. Page 86 Page 87 ,lean Bennett lferilma llerry Nancy liortleaux .Xlyee llraak Bill Cheney lleggie Ciilvik Boyce Cole Alice Dannenlmaum Ralph Dotson Faye litlge llay liennell Hazel Hale Ifclitli llenry Becky Holland Christian llnmphrey Donald jenkins Allene Keith Mary Ann Keith jean liirkham Cynthia Lewis ,Iuanita l,m'e Steve l'rex'ost Martha Sanders lflilalieth Sikes llaxitl Sloan Mary -lane Sumner lflilalietll 'laylm' jean 'lay lm' Matleline lraslt Mike Vaughn julie XVL-nlierg Mary Mae VVitlu-rspoun lfranees Ytlllllgllllltltl .lo Ann Zimmerman Mrs. llorneman Miss Levin Miss 'laylm' Mrs. Turner Government Club UNITY AND DEMOCRACY CLUB First rouwjeanie Truloye, Joann johnson, lilizabeth Silies, Allene Keith, Frances Perritte, Marion Speneer, lileanor VValton, Sophie Johnson, Elaine Caroll, Edith Darden, Beverly Par- sons, Carolyn Grimes, linnna Godwin. Seeoml row: XVayne Benfield, Dorothy Pastis, jean Reid, Glenda Manor, Rhoda May, Jen- nie Mixon. Third row: Ray Fennell, Randall Dosher, Betty Lou Cayton, Lura Lennon, Carol Buingar- ner, Cynthia Lewis, lilaine NVooten, Mary Ann Keith, Frances Youngblood, Joann Cooper, Martha Sanders, Bessie Andrews, Betty King, ,laekie Parker. Fourth row: Kenneth Newland, Jackie Hunt, jack Birmingham, jimmy Forbes, Reggie Cilvik, Max lfryar, Bill Spooner, Dennis Carney, jimmy Green, Gary Wolfe, Burke Lennon, Bobbie Moore, Delphine XVaddell, Mary Mae Witherspoon, jackie Lewis. Page 88 Standing: Franccs Crouch, Carol Holden, Billic Hapcr. Glcc Hughcy, Suc Cain, joycc lloyd, Barlnara hlcflhcc, Peggy liunig. Svutwl: Ivan Bcnnctt, Mary Gorc, Sarah Slullnpcrt, Stuart Iamcs, Ann l7crrcll, H. O. Stan- ley, Christina lh-nnctt, Laura Slailc. First ron' Cfrmzt In lmL'kQ: Mikc Vaughan, jimmy Forbes, Bess Murphy, Carol Ianc Hol- mlcn, Philip jullvs. Sucoml row: Robbie Nurn- l7C1'gL'l', Christina Bcnnctt, Kay Tllolnpki ns, Bryan Paclricli. .lamcs l.anicr. Arts and Crafts Page 89 Museum Club 0 Book Club I-nw! mu' fC'L'llfl'l'QZ l'l'l'lllil Slunlcy, Glu- lIll,21I'lt'y, Ann l'crrull, .lucly llnrwmml, l3411'lma1l'al ,Ivan lhmllm, Marin' llzzrclvu, Murllm Sumlcrs, Lillllil llinws, ,loam liclmctt, ,luck Hurgutt, Stuart 'lznmmus Sillllll SIILIIIIDLTI, Uctsy lh'gur. Swmnl mir: Marla Iluwtl1m'm', Cfhrislinn llcnnctt, Cixmlyll XXI-lull, Huy I"c'nnL'H, llumlnll Dual mnxn' . Library Club lirsl mu' fL'l'llfL'l'ff Nliclgic llmxull, Svlxizl Stvpbvnson, Crum' SIICCLICIT, Sum Kopp, lfmilx Merritt, Sxlxin Svlmtl, ,Im-aunic' 'I'ruluw, Murtlm Snmlurs, Maury Mac xx'iIlIL'l'SD0lII1, l.imlu llincQ nlmu- Hand, xllllllllil lwlvns, Nlxss c-l'Ul1Hl1'llL'. Smmfflmza-1 .ln ,Xnn Murray, Putty Russ, Carol Iloklclm, Miss U'lin-cf, livtsy llugor, lznvrcncc Hollins, SlIK'c:iIil1, ,luun llvnm-tl, Maury I ou Alilllilfll. 'U' Page 90 Q , ,a5i1 l 1 gg lllii i 2' li illl ll I naw? Scribblers Club rf-ff -f V: Jr -k'- inn 'I -'li ff -f ' - 1 rs rm in IL istls, Sul a Wahl, GLffllCllDL larlaer, Miekie Howard, Bessie Andrews Dorothy Pastis CPresiclentj, Sylvia Dobson, Annell Mohr. Second l'0ll'I Ifmma Godwin, Melissa Martin CSeeretaryj, Lucy Taylor CViee-Presidentj Ifdith Darden, l,ura Lee Lennon, Carolyn XVebb, Billie Haywood, Peggy Davis, Bertha Marton Nliss Stack CAdyisorD. Third row: ,loyee Harker, Frankie Collins, Barbara MeAbee, Marian Millar, Phyllis Gregory, Lois Parnell, Shirley Tompkins, Sylvia King, Carol Harris, ,leanie Truloye. Fourth row: Ieanette Taylor Chfreasurerb, Rose Bowen, june Griggs, Carol Ann Moore, liyalyn Simpson, Mary Ann Swart, Pat McPherson, Betty Dobbins, Peggy' Aldridge, Carolyn Shepard. Fifth row: Daisy Nobles, Rose Godwin, Chris YVells, Betty Myers, Barbara lliyenbarlt, Faye Maultsby, Dale XVatts, Helen Stefanadis. Sixth row: Gail Collins, Nancy Kelly, Nancy Hobbs, Ruth Beavers, Joy jenkins, Carolyn Bowden, Iudy Harrell. Seventh mir: Rochelle Corbett, Judy Taylor, Patricia Merritt, Gloria Bohannon, Margaret Hurst, Linda Shew. Page 91 v w v Spanish Club 1 , , . First rout Sara Clewis, llelzeeea jones, jean lleicl, Annette Brown, Gloria VVeleh, Suzanne Kramer, l.intla llamseur, Carolyn Wlehli, lftlith Henry, Miriam Walters, hliss Mary Humphrey. Seeoml row: jane VValters, Nancy Craig, jan Tliomas, Dianne Simon, Graham Smith, .lane Bellamy, Iaekie Huffman, JoAnn I.ennon, I.uey Taylor, Flora jones. Tlzirrl row: Carolyn Core, Pierre Deplaml, Peggy Konig, Donalcl Peterson, VVayne Benfielcl, james llolierson, Gail Knowles, Tommy Hallman. LOS CABALl,l'2ROS ESPANOLES This elub, made up of first and seeontl year Spanish students, was organifetl for the nur nose of nromotinv interest in the S vanish language. lt mresents a varietx' of programs throughout the year, inelucling a Christmas party for members and their guests. At this party. the breaking of the Ilillllfll is always a highlight of the evening. Page 92 French Club First row: Kay Thompkins, Frances Youngblood, Nancy Burnett, Elizabeth Sikes, Joyce Adams, Carol Bumgarner, Frieda Stanley, Christina Bennett, Carol Cilvik. Second row: Bobby Matthews, Mary jones, Ioyce Knox, Sarah Shumpert, Martha Sanders, Barbara Booth, Sylvia Raper, Iudy Gulledge, Betty Jenkins. Third row: H. C. Stanley, Reggie Cilvik, Charlie Bruce, Bill Davis, jack Hargett, Charles Sanderson, Melissa Martin, Mary Mac Witherspoon. LA SOCIETE FRANCAISE La Societe Francaise is a club organized for the pleasure of the first and second year students. Its objectives are to obtain a better understanding of the Customs, geography, people, historical interest, language, and the general cultural charac- teristics of France. Page 93 MlSl"llfXBl,lf I.,-XTINS lfirxl mir: lloraee llawes, Peggy Applewliile, Mary K. 'l'hompkins, Carol Spivey, ,lumly llarwarcl, lfye llossou, Paulette Peters, Glee llughey, Bohhy Ifclison, Patty Buss. Sccoml row: Speedy Maeris, ll. V. lfulk. XVarren Gray, Bryan l'aclrick, Bieharcl Younghloocl, Munroe Norris, Dennis Nihal, Paul You Cannon, Friecla XVierse. Tlzinl row: XValter Clanamly, Iimmy XVilson. lfollrtll row: Uelwin Curtis, Miss Lathrop, Hal Knight, Buclcly NVheelis, Bohert Norris, Bay lloek, Duane Otey, Bonnie Conner, Charles Gra- ham, Bess Powell, lynn Ligon, Samlra Cforhett. GBIC,-X'l' CT,-XI'fSAB'S Cl IOSTS First row: 'l'ee Doxey, lfmily Sessoms, Connie Brown, Kitty Hunt, Virginia Clark, Ifleanor Davis, .Ianiee NVells, Sheila Wahl, Bess Murphy, Pat Bob- hins, Sue Hohhs. Martha Note, Peggy Parker, Sandra VVright, Barbara VVenluerg, Sally l.u1l- lum, Tommy Thomas. Sceoml row: Linda Voss, lfmily Joyner, Pat Skinner, Bieharcl Taglieri, Sicl Blake, Gene XVooclhury, Ted Stone, Kenneth Oquinn, jimmy Ballard, A. O. McCar- ley, ll o h n n y Parker, Louise liloycl, Bunny Cornto, Carolyn Yates, Hal l.eeuwenhurg, Tom- my Breelaml. j U PITFRIANS First row: Bob Hannibal, jan XVilliams, George Morse, Gene Murray, Macon jordan, Bob llosensteel, jucly Harrell, Anne llllington, Nancy Holt. Seeoml row: jaek Lossen, jo Ann Rob- erts, Virginia lfclens, Mary Core, lloma Mclntire, jan Nor- ment, Lillie Northrop. Third rote: Bobby Stout, jucly Taylor, Phyllis Sullivan, Virginia Raines, Virginia lNlathews, lfva King, Barbara Me,-Xbee, Emily Merritt. Fonrtlz row: Larry Con- away, Vllill jenkins, Allen Hug- gins, Pat Vllalters, VVilcles Bur- tlette, Toby llufham, Nomikos Patellis, Ralph Kornegay, Charles Dillon, Charles Greer. CAl'fSAll'S SCIIOLARS Firxt row: jane NVright, Mary XVilliarns, Cynthia Tilclen, Carol Ann Moore, Delores Meran, Pat Thompson, Naney Vaughan, jlllliilt' Soles, Betty jane Shinn, Rosalie Sbcw, Sheila Robinson. Sccomi row: Mona lleitl, Sarah johnson, lfmmy Dayis, Linda XVilliams, june Moore, Carolyn liowclcn, Barbara Adams, Betsy Pater- son, Margie lfoyles, Nancy Can- field, jucly Rhodes, Sylyia Grif- fith. Third row: Nicky Harper, Costas Tehouros, john Orrell, llanclall lyey, Burt VVomble, lfarl johnson, Donald Little, .Xntly Harriss, Chet Taylor, Sam Pace, llieharcl T. llissin- ger, Geralcl lllizzarml. Latin Clubs Page 95 lf? 'lfiflf if fi? TF LLL T V. S. if YZF9' Future Homemakers of America lzrat mu. .Xnn Xhgg, llnrlmm l:lXCI1l71Illx, .lo,-Xnn l'.2lSfL'l'llllfL, lNlickL-y Mclfunlclcn, ,loamn llntlvv, ffxlrnl llolclcn -Xn all M l1' Nl'll'g'll'l'tf,l"I1 SCC! H l mu" I' 1lL'L 'ood 'vlv' 111, I Y ,. n 0l,s . . SL .. It . .11 'H ,S 1.1 llmx' lmszlliv Mutllmcws, l"rau1cL's lerriltc, llilclu llczltll, llvtlv Lou Cnvtrln, l.uru lu' l,enn1m, lflsic, limnwn-, Dianne Millis, Gwymlolylm Wilson, l'll2lll1L'Cl1lI'l'0l, joan jones, Mrs. XVrigl1t C,MlvisorD. lftlu lic-rr, Pat Pvrrittn Yvl "Q Qt ll 'l'l1' 1 r ' l'l1 111 NX1lrn ' ' x lll'llf,1L X 7 D 3 ', .4 XII . cwu-nsmm. In rm: 1 -an 1' la tm , lcgg' A1 '1 -, .V nn hunks, Int Mol lmcrson, 'lam' jolmsrm, Bettie llcrring, linden Hewlett, Betty 'llUl'llClIllX, Mary -lrmvs. llctly lm: llvll, Shirley llnrnhill. Future Teachers of America lfirxl rfur: lfclitll llcnry, l"l':u1cL-s King, lllmcln May, .l2ll1lCL' Morgan, llolmlwic l.0lll1Sl1lll'Y, Unrol llnlclnn Hu ml mu M lu jm Mn 911 all Slulmpnrl lll'lCllgl1LXX Mun lux "U A 'I HFS' U 1108, "CC 1 ', -1 'i K ' , . R . ' ', J " 2 llmmpliins. lllirfl rulr: Mrs. VVkll'l'Cl1, Alnclin Snlith, lloszllic llowcll, llnblnic Curr. clilfillflll XVnltrm. Q-s-an-1 Page 96 Fl' t "" D. E. Club First row: Nell Brown, Joyce Merritt, joyee Neville, Bobbie lo Benton, Marie lVunderliek, Doris Gray, Alton NVright. Second row: Billy Merritt, Myrtle Wfeayer, Dorothy justice, Martha Holden, Shelby justice, Arline jarrell, Graee Austin. Third row: Leonard VVilliams, Balph Bollins, Naclean Murray, Bertha Parker, joyee Smith, Annell Congleton, Bernice Blanton. Fourth row: Bobert VVhitman, j. H. Kelly, Frederick Kornegay, N. B. lanier, Steve Groom, Sandy Costin, Billy Sullivan. Bible Club First rou' Cfront to rearD: jackie Clisson, Elnecla Buss, Sarah Shumpert, Carol Bumgarner. Seeomi row: Eleanor Vllalton, Frances Perritte, Elaine Wooten, Lura Lennon. Third VOIP! Bey- erly Parsons, Peggy Parrish, Marie Hardee, Amelia Smith, Miss K. VVieker CAclyisorD. Not pictured: Carol jane Holden, Bess Murphy. .- ' jQE"".J' i ' ' z:w.g,., NA Page 97 Th spian lbe il.llL'Sl1l2lHS is one ol' the most outsluml- g elubs zu New llaluoyer lligll School. The lllCllllJl'I'S lTI'L'SL'I'll UWT l1l'0ilLlL'tl0l1S ll YCill'. lhrougb these productions unusual talent has been cliseoyerenl. i First row: Melissa Martin, Corresponding Secretary Ilenry lfineh, President: Susan Parsons, lleeurmling Ser. l'L'till'y'. Suemnl role: Betsy llegor, jerry Sulliyun, -lnelx l In rjgelt. lfirvl rouw Curolyn Crimes, Yirginiu XVzu'cl, lfziy Durclen, Mickey Howard, lietsy liegor, Ann lleclmuyne, hlurtliu luncl, Curolyn Young, Carol Holclen, Pat Merritt, -lozmn Cooper. Seeoml NIIVJ Ylfllllllil llnines, -loam Carter, Nancy Cross, jucly' Gulleclge, Dorothy Pzlstis, Can'- olyn lfounluin, Dorothy l'ountziin, Beverly l'au'sons, Bessie .'Xnclrews, Sylvia Sehutt, liobbie llruncluge. 'I'l1ir4l row: Peggy Priclgen, Betty johnson, ,lezmette Tzlylor, Put Cherry, .lucly Taylor, Margie l'orbes, Carolyn NVL-bb, Christina llennett, llhoclzl hlziy, Carolyn Butler, lznlily Sessoms. lfourtli mir: llosemnry Swisher, ,loam Corbett, Nziney Hobbs, Linclu llollinson, Surah Sluun- pert, lletsy Piuerson, Louise lfloycl, Susan Parsons, Melissa hlzirtin. lfiflli row: lhimlnll llosher, .luck Hzlrgett, jerry Sulliyun, Billy Parrish, Charles clfllllillll, llielmril Vunee, ll. V. lfullx, Huy lfennell, .Ioyee May, Hubs Allen. ' E' i ,sum F Page 98 I - J wi-1 5? 0 ft? RL , 5, 'iii X " 'K' 'WFQQ' ,55,i,ml I p mf? .,,, S gg M X N ' , vl, , ,A W gk 'M' El' K bm: 4: ,. qs P . ' Hx J , af. In ig: 55 ,4,,k,-if ,,.- - -1 ff ,f.:v. V5:- 'figs ?"5fA ' ii? 'l'l1c canst lukcs amotllcr bmi ns ilu' llllKilClK'L' continues to up miaiucl. ilu' canst, from lvft to ight, is: Iflczliioi' Vlifllfllillllll Iozin Unrlmctt, lid Aifllllgtlllllxlj, Xnn iiCliIl'liIiI1C, iiill'iDill'il Arin strung, llcnri Ifinch, ,lL'2llliCPi1l'll ow, .luck llalrgctl, .Iuciy iaiyim' lhilpli iiilllIl1L'ii. Thespian Productions i'iYL'l'f'0llC cnjoycml thc 'limos- pizms first production of tin' W . , . 1 . war, lhc Curious Snvzigc. 1 l'rom thc first 1'cl1czi1'szli to tht- izlst unc. thc cast cnjoyccl L'x'cry ll1il1llfL'0f this play. Page 100 , 4 ,Q 5 gn 44 A-3 'M ffl M f.L,,,i Q41 1, FN N AL HIS Mixed Chorus Charles Allard, Jimmy Allard, Woodruff Allen, Helen Alorda, Barbara Armstrong, Shirley Arrants, Marguerite Avant, Glen Avery, Jane Ayres, Patsy Barnes, Rolin Barrett, Ed Beacham, Betsy Begor, Jean Bennett, David Bennett, David Benton, Feriba Berry, Shirley Bigford, Cathie Binkley, Beth Boone, Odell Bridgers, Tommy Bulla, Sylvia Bumgardner, Carol Bunch, Wilkes Burdette, Nancy Burnett. Joe Butler, Dot Conner, Alfred Dail, Pat Davis, Carol Doxey, Jerry Ely, Jack Farrar, Ray- mond Farrow, Henry Finch, Carolyn Fountain, Dorothy Fountain, Billy Fowler, Lindsey Frost, Linda Frost, Johanna Futch, Nancy Gass, Richard Gerrish, Pat Gmytruk, Annette Gore, Caro- lyn Gore, Dot Gosnell, Tommy Hallman, Gail Hammond, Margaret Hardison, Agnes Hick- man, Dixie Hobbs, Allen Huggins, Bobby Jeffords. Will Jenkins, Kenneth Johnson, Carolyn Jones, Macon Jordan, Amelia Kersey, Dickie King, Frances King, Jean Kirkham, James Lanier, Cynthia Lewis, Kitty Lewis, Barbara Lounsbury, Juanita Love, Gerald Maready, Mark Massey, Bobby Melton, Howard Morgan, Janice Morgan, Warren Neal, Lawrence Nichols, Janice Norment, Lillie Northrop, Ralph Olsen, Bose Marie Owens, Jackie Parker, Jimmy Parker, Sylvia Parker. Peggy Parrish, Curtis Peterson, Sylvia Pridgcn, Terry Pridgcn, Mickey Prior, Donald Bam- seur, Sherry Rochelle, Charles Sanderson, Sarah Shumpert, Marion Spencer, I. B. Strickland, Alex Thompson, Betty Tienken, Eleanor Traynham, Ellen Tucker, Clifton Vann, Linda West, Philip Whisnant, Arliss Willetts, Jan Williams, Lynn Williams, Shade Wilson, Gene Wood- bury, Carolyn Wooten. H' ' i- gef irl ii lii ii :H i -" i ' f , ij ggq B. Adams, P. Aldridge, P. A lewhite D Baldwin N PP y ' I v ' Barber, M. Batson, D. Blake, G. Bohannon, B. Bordeaux, B. Bradshaw, C. Brown, I. Carter, P. Chestnut, lf. Cleeve, A. lill- ington, M. Foyles, L. Fryar, N. Carner, B. Core, E. Gornto, 1. Gould P. Greforv, S. Gregory v S- . .r lf. Hansley, G. Hawley, B. Hay- wood, N. Hobbs, P. Hobbs, V. Houston, B. Howell, P. King, S. King, M. Land, B. Lee, L. l.igon, S. Malpass, C. A. Mc- lfadden, B. MeLendon, P. MC- Pherson, A. Mohr, C. Moore, M. Moore, B. Morton, M. Mote, 1. Newton, I. Palmer, J. Pate P. Beeves, P. Bobbins, A. Books li. Buss, M. Scott, J. Sessions lf. Sessoms, B. Shaw, A. Shel: ton, ll. Simpson, H. Stephanf adis, ,l. Strahler, I. Suggs, Bar- bara Teague, P. Thompson, S II. Thompson, S. Thompson, L Tienken, C. Todd, M. K Thompkins, S. Tompkins, L Voss, S. Wahl, C. VVells, I VVhite, B. VVoodbury. j. Allard, H. Alorda, B. Arm strong, G. Avery, I. Ayers, P Barnes, If. Beaeham, D. Ben nett, 1. Bennett, D. Benton, S Bigford, B. Boone, S. Bumgard ner, C. Buneh, N. Burnett, A Dail, P. Davis, C. Doxey, 1 lily, B. Farrow, B. Fowler, L. lfrost, D. Gallup, N. Gass , B Gerrish. P. Gmytruk, A. Gore, D. Gosnell, T. Hallman, G. Hawley, A. Huggins, VV. Ien kins, M. jordan, A. Kersey, D King, lf. King, nl. Kirkham, I Lanier, C. Lewis, I. Love, M Massey, B. Melton, H. Morgan 1. Morgan, I. Norment, B Owens, I. Parker, P. Parrish T Prid en M Prior S Sand- . g , . , . . erlin, lu. Sessoms, M. Spencer I. B. Strickland, B. Tienken A. Thompson, L. West, I. Wil liams, H. Young. w Girls' Glee Club Page 103 Hanover Singers Th Ban l'irxl rr:u': Douglas Byrd, Sumli lltlll llyc, Boscniziry Swishcr, Nancy KL-lly, jcromc Sullivan, Nina hlilrzilmlc. l.inclsuy' XVulkcr, Bn-tty Gurgznnous, Bwtty ,ln-an Hollis, Margaret Hurst, Bzilph Gcnc Dotson. Second raw: Mary l,L'll0I'lll'l joncs, Mcllonulal Bunclolph, Bosalic' Shcw, Pat lflwcll, Gail Collins, Bumlcly Farns- worth, jucly Taylor, Bicliurcl VLIIICC, ,Iczmcttc 'I'ziylor, Bnlph Kimmcll, 'l'ommy lhlilI'SlllJlll'I1, Betsy lxclly, Byron Moon-, lzurl johnson, Linwoocl lws, Conv hlurrziy, lfclgur VVillizims, C. l,. lNIcKcnZin-. 'l'l1 inl row: Bulph Korncguy, lfrzinccs Bussv, Dclphinc NVuclclcll, Lyntlal VVnrrcn, Bose Marie Gornto, jackie lirvulm-:llc-, Wt-slcy Pincr, I.aln1ar Strothcr, jack llurgctt, Sim Brown, Kimball Boyzil, Paul J2lI'I'L'll, clll2lI'lL'S 'l.C1lCllCV, Bill Bmlxrs B I Nl ' ' r X omcrt l orris, Cilhcrt Tillt-tt, lfloisc Doolcy, Buclcly hlzmgum, liocky lmoyul, Bernard VVilson, Bogcrs lzivlor, Burt xVOHllJlC. llanni llflllffll row: illfllllllly Atkins, Boba-rt Livingston, Brucllcy Knight, Put Clicrry, lfzirl Allcn, Linwood Fzilcs. Gom- lton NIA-IOlIIf'l"l'lfS Bt-ny 'licnkt-n, Bvtty llnvis, Sum Mzllpalss, linyc llzmslvy, Bt-Isy livlly. ..I955 The New Hanover High School Band, performing as both a marching and concert band, has made an excellent showing this year. The banclsmen have shown their versatility by the snappy marching shows they put on during half time at football gamesg and by their fine musicianship that is evident on the concert stage. .J is r cit1 .,:., . y , H ...vz m-rmam. .MM LN. .,A..a3...,, mmm? r rcrt 4-.. ' -11 Wm Nmwwiw"77?7F:i'T"a"d:'S""""':"X'h'm5""iiW'iA BAND FORNATIONS i The formations done by l the bancl always present an element of curiosity as well as interest. The spectators always wonder what their next formation will symbo- life. I-'int rout f'II1ll'Ii'S U11-gg, I'umIL'r IglIl'IiL', llutfh Purlwr, IIl'lIIX'I1 Ilullvr, wlnnu-s Ilan' II.lICIxCl', ,lim xY1IIIxIlI5, NIIIII' Ilinllv, IIuIpI1 XYIIIIIIIAIII, jimmy Cox. SLTIIIIII I'UIl4.' XII: SIIIIIIIII-I'iL'IcI, I"l'lII1Ii liusla, louis XXAIIIII-Q, IILIIILIILIS IIIIISU, Iiruulx I'l'ilIlIxS, Iiilly I'igI'1mI, .Xlxin Mllrmy, Ihmlx-rl MI'mIuu's. 'l'11irII rzmt Ilnymuml Iluwlxins, Cn-urgv Iumsclcn, Alzxck Ilnralison, U. I. I3c1'gI'111u11, Il. -I. SIAIIIIIIIVLI, KIIAIIIKIU NIiIII'r. CIIIIUIWII Ioyv, XVIIIIIIIII Ilcmuglzls Ihy, Noi pi1'11H'I'II: C'I1zlrIcs IIa11'vI'mnI. D. O. Trade and lndustry Club SI1 nn ur Il I I I I XX I 3, I II I Xl I I' I3 I, I I XI ll .I u ' ll'x4lH.I il iIL'xSUI1 zum 'mxin' Rl zIrI's I 0 or Iv- usi Y lJL'Cll7IQl il I i wr um III-II QIUIIIITZIHQ is flvurgr Iins- winding QIUIUPIIIIQ' is llmiml Slwpzlrcl is I,llIL'Il I,1II'IiL'l'. clvn. Stnnftml. Pagc 106 Cooperative Office Training Practice Student Firm Benson, Patricia, ...,. . Bordeaux, Nancy ...o,,,, Britt anice , I ffo7of---...- Castcen, Imogene ...,, Coston, Barbara ...,,, Eckenrod, Nancy ,,,, Ehlers, Wilhelmina ,,,,,,, Faulkner, Martha ......,, Gallup, Dorothy ,,,,,,.,.. Gregory, Geraldine, Hall, Jessie Mae .......,, W Jackson, Linda ,,,,,,... Lanier, Betty ...,,,... Loflin, Clare ,,,,,,.,, Lockamy, Pat r.,,,,.. Meadows, Ann ...,,,,,, Morgan, Douglas ,,,,,, Parker, Elizabeth .,,..... Pugh, Lillian ,.....,,,,, Pridgen, Delores ,.,,,, Register, Jo Ann ...,.. Sava e S lvia g, y ,,a,,,- Shepard, Martha ,,,,. Skipper, Joyce ,,,,,,. Turner, Robert ,,,,,,, Young, Hilda, r,,,,,, ,,......New Hanover County Audio-Visual Education Department Gleason Allen, Attorney Catlett School School Maola Milk Co. Merritt-Holland Supply Co. MacMillan 8: Cameron Dr. Paul A. L. Black -HY-WWW--unnrEYES,----NCJQY-HSDOVCI SCl'lOOl ,,,,,,Dr. A. McR. Crouch, Jr., French Radio Co. ....,,,,.Industrial Uniform and Coverall Service Jr. Chamber of Commerce ,,-,.,,.,,,.,,--Wilmington Cold Storage Co. ,.,....,N.H.H.S., Commercial Dept. ..,...Modern Laundry New Hanover High School Fountain Bros., Inc. ....,...-...Robinson's ffffffriiQHQ55liFi9AIkmSESLEFFiS2E11iEQ-'Fsupreme Radio Co. 1 7 Edward Noritis, Accountant .Wilmington College ........Southern Butane Gas Corporation ..,,...Sunset Park Elementary School Coordinator - Bernice D. Bjonerud Children's Home Society Godwin Oil Co. ,,..,,..Gregg Bros. First row: Joyce Skipper, Lillian Pugh, Nancy Eckenrod, Betty Lanier, Barbara Coston, Hilda Young, Gcraldlm Gregory. Second row: Martha Shepard, Pat Loekamy, Martha Faulkner, Nancy Bordeaux, Janice Britt, Wilhemlna Ehl ers, Ann Meadows, Pat Benson, Imogene Casteen. Third row: Jessie Mae Hall, Jo Ann Register, Dorothy Gallup, Elizabeth Parker, Robert Lee Turmr Llndi Jackson, Douglas Morgan, Mrs. Bjonerud. Page 107 We IIAZICI, HA I.If IIISSISNIIII Sports lfditor G BliT'I'Y ANDICRSON Cnpy RUIIIIFI' I'HYI,I,lS ROPICR II,X'l'l1lIlIj.lL' lfzlitor IOANNII ZIINIINIICRMA Stuff IVrilz'r 97 N EDITH DARDEN FIIIIIJI'-'II-Clliff FIORA MAI" IONICS IIUUII Typisl IICANIII TRULOVIQ Assistant News lfdilnr RALPH POTTIIR Spnrls Ifzlitm' PEGGY HARRIILI, Feature Editor ,f :Q .M MARY I. SLIMNUR IJIQIPIIINIC VVADDIfI.I, RANDALL DOSHIQR -IACK BIRMINGHAM I IIND I SHI H Mala'-Up Nurs Adrurtisirzg Plmfogruplzic' Assistant FL atun Iililnr Ifzlitnr Manager Editor I riltnr E ai? 5, y Ep -Q IQDITORIAL STAFF T h e Wi I d c a t The Wildcat is published by the .lournalism which discuss and interpret student problemsg class for the Student Body of N.H.H.S. The news, which covers activities that are happen- staff is made up of junior and senior students ing around schoolg features, which appeal to who are interested in creative writing and be- students' varied interests, and two full pages ing a part of the newspaper. The four main devoted to sports, which reflect the enthusiasm parts that make up the Wildcat are: editorials, that all the students show. CIRCULATION STAFF Seated: Mary Ann Oosterwyk, Gaye Shepard, Betsy Begor, lean Reid. Standing: Miss Martha Cromartie, Barbara Booth, Mary Mae Witherspoon, Charles Martin, james Barbot, Mil- ton Hardison, Melissa Martin, Linda Hines, Miss Fanny O'Kcefe. Page 109 l I XX XX lfll.-XNCl'fS YUUNGBI OOD N I HIX l I ' l:'4liIur'll1-fflziuf li szmsx Hmm ll MISS MANY IIUMPHIHCH Aflvisur ,f ,-f-""'-'-'nf Z The Hanoyerian Staff worked hard this year getting the animal off to press. Allene Keith, Feature Fditor, and Bess Murphy looked through old animals in search of a good eye-catching themeg and, of course, yye think they found one. The Class Staff, composed of Martha Sanders, Fditor, Di- anne lleyyitt, and Beth Taylor worked hard identifying pictures and putting them into the proper envelopes. Mary Ann Keith, Alice Dannenhaum, and lflizaheth Sikes, Actiyi- ties lfditor, kept a file of all Club and Or- ganization pictures. lfsther Cleeye, Sports lfditor, and lfdith Stevenson enlarged their section with more pictures. Edith Henry, Manager of the Advertising Staff, kept a record of sales, which far exceeded last year's markg while Kay Thompkins, Art lidi- tor, dreyy up all the ads. Last. but not least, the Subscription Staff, Faye Martin and Manager Patsy Baker, donated their home- room periods to sell subscriptions in the lohhy. N. Nr ,- I 4-,,, v. -swf' RO CAPTAIN RAYMOND SERGEANT BROWN New Hanover High School is very proud of its llescrve Officers Training Corps, which was established in 1937. Uniforms and equipment are furnished by the United States Armyg also, the administration is composed of officers in the United States Army. The boys which make up this corp must meet certain qualificationsg they must be a sophomore in High School, must be fourteen years of age, and must meet certain physical conditions. Honor schools throughout the country are de- termined by means of annual Federal Inspection. The Corp at New Hanover High School has had the distinction of being an Honor Unit for many years. Five girls from the Senior Class are elected annually by the cadets to be sponsors for the Corp. Every December the ROTC Battalion sponsors the ROTC Ball. This Ball has as its main attrac- tion the presentation of the officers and their dates. SERGEANT WEBER Page 1 12 l I I w w BATTALION STAFF First row: Cadet Lieutenant Colonel Howard Morgan, Honorary Lieutenant Colonel Tuggie Trask. Seeomi row: Cadet Captain Kenneth Newland, Cadet Major Henry Finch, Cadet First Lieutenant Earl XValker, Cadet First Lieutenant Wesley Henry, Cadet Major Hamilton Hicks. Cadet Captain Rolin Barrett, Cadet Supply Sergeant Nomikos Patellis. Conzpuuy "A" XNN li'l"l'li GORE Couzpmly "H" IIQANNF CRESHAM f ROTC ROTC SPONSORS Buttalimz Sponsor 'ITQCCIE THASK Page 113 Compzlny "C" ESTHFH CLICIQVE. flfllllllllllj' "D lUl.Ilf VVIQNB L, ol-ll .' 'NJLQSL 6JANo.o,, Mamma , rlfwffl 'Clin ' Mild? " I lhlfjg li O 'TNQ hulk R xl ,x 'JMQJ JT' 1 . 7 . K I - J ld. ' , gf, OFFICERS CLUB First row: llolin Barrett, David Bennett, David Benton, David Blake, Odell Bridgers, tl. NV Burris, llonald Butler. Y Second row: Rudolph Daughtry, Henry Finch, Wesley Henry, Hamilton Hicks, Eugene john son, llalph Kimmell, lValter King. Third row: Howard Morgan, Kenneth Newland, Levi Parrish, Steve Prevost, Billy Sanderlin llobert Smith, VVilliam Spooner. Fourth row: Alvah Stanland, Boy Sutton, Rogers Taylor, Alex Thompson, Earl Walker. Membership in the Officers Club is voluntary and is extended to all cadet officers. Once an officer becomes a member, he is expected to attend regularly. Begular meetings take place every other XVednesday afternoon. One of the largest projects of the year was the sponsorship of the ROTC Ball. Page 114 ROTC SERGEANTS CLUB First row: Neill Laney, Lewis Sasser, C. L. McKenzie, Sid Blake, Kenneth Coleman, Paul Rumple, Dallas Stoudenmire, Duey Strickland. Second row: Bill KODP, Charles Pittman, Walter Love, Wiley C. Johnson, Nomikos Patellis, Jerome Sullivan, Phillip Sandlin, Robert Davis. Third row: Sidney Rivenbark, Henry Leeuwenburg, Ray Fountain, Lamar Strother, Chris Browning, Lacy Woodcock, Ralph Dotson, William Best. Fourth row: George Montford, Marvin Register, Jerry Norton, Maurice Robbins, J. T. Moore, Eugene Farrow, Joseph Broughton, Harold Knight. Fifth row: Larry Hiatt, Mark Hawthorne, Dwight Foster, Charles Bruce, Philip Lewis, Jack Fales, Jimmy Connor, J. E. Carroll, Kenneth Kirby, Delwin Curtis. Sixth row: William Mangum, Charles Harrell, Charles Stoudenmire, Robert Honeycutt, Ad- rian Brown, Mallory Michael, Dudley Malpass, Ed Loughlin, Chris Spivey, Johnny Farrell, Bill Marsh. The Sergeants Club is open to any non-commissioned officer who wishes to be- come a member. The purpose of this club is to promote fellowship, school spirit, ROTC spirit, patriotism and ROTC social activities within the scope of the school policy. Captain Raymond, our P.lli.S.8zT., designates our meeting days, and all who are members must attend. Page 115 A :"fg,.p"'- ff ' it , wir' -- K tw'Sw,2 2 Y ,, l??vf5Li!t:gflTMi24i 4 77.-5 7 v-fsfwgwfkzvsmw Company A S'l'l'1VI" l'Hl'YOS'I, Cutie! fluptuin .XNNli'l"l'li GORP, Sponsor Wll,l.l.'XM W,-Xl,'Iil".IZS First role: jaek lfales, llaxicl Benton, jan VVilliams, Billy Sanclerlin, llill Mathias, YValter King. Seeoml role: Max lffircl, jerry .-Xlforml, jesse XV. Neal, Charles Harrell, Adrian Brown, Philip . , I V lewis, l.aey Woocleoek, XX alter Love, lzlwoocl lee. 'Hiirtl role: jaekie Hohlxs, Ralph Olsen, Carl 'lf Watkins, Daniel Sullivan, jimmy Collier, lilll0Ill2lS Southerlantl, Sain Moore, Victor Sullivan, NVilliain VV. Hoclgers. lfonrllz role: john S. Cordon, Hay Hines, Albert lf.. Hohhs, john Orrell, NVinston 'l'hompson, Carl K. Thorpe, Clifton long, lfarl Otey, Robert llosensteel. lfifllz l'flll'f Gregg Daniels, Sterling jarrell, Amos Herring, Philip NVhile, Shelton Tate, john Hailey, Marxin llegister, joe Howell, Charles Dillon. Sixlli mir: Williain Core, Paul Clemmons. Charles Sanderson, jerry liiclson, john Snow, XVilliam Mlanls, ,Xlex MeCarley, Milton Wt-Imlm, Philip lfclens. Serenlli rote: Maeon jorclan, NVarren llocleriek, Aaron lfrieclman, james Farrow, lflclon Roh- hins, llieharcl NYoocIs, Philip jones, Ceeil XVootl, Lewis Sasser. lfiglilh role: Nieky Clark, Cratie Sancllin, johnny Ifnell, Clycle VVheelis, VValter Miller. XVil, liain Kopp, Steve Klein, Kenneth Guyton, james Stout. Ninth l'Ull'I 'l'ommy llreelantl, XVilliam NVall, George Montforcl, George lluss, Milton Harcli- son, joseph Broughton, Charles Pittman, Bronson liivenhark. 'l'enll1 rout Robert Smith, Ivey Strieklancl. Page ll6 Company B DAVID BLAKE, CadctCaptai1z JEANNE GRESHAM, Spouxm CURTIS PETERSON First row: Charles Stoudcnmire, Bill Spooner, Norman Phillips, I. W. Burris, Harry Stewart, Louis Gore. Second row: Linwood King, Gcorge Newman, Kenneth Kirby, Rudolph Carlyle, Mark Haw- thorne, Eugene Farrow, Bill Moore, Kenneth Coleman, Paul Bumple. Third row: Harry YVilliams, VVayne Morse, Bobby Britt, Billy Brady, Jimmy Shepard, Billy Taylor, Billy Bordeaux, Gilbert Curry, Malyin Books. Fourth row: Stacy Allen, Lau renee Nichols, Gene Woodbury, Hugh Waters, Tommy Gar- riss, Martin Hufham, Danny Lockamy, Randall Ivey, Arthur Snow. Fifth row: Eddie Harrelson, Billy Creech, Iames Morgan, David Clark, Gerald Blizzard, Wil liam johnson, Robert Nivins, VVendelI Carney, Michael Farr. Sixth row: Dan Lennon, Andrew Sloan, Cecil Iohnson, Charles Benson, Clayton Koonee Richard Bissenger, Bobby Benson, Henry Bost, Bob Pretlow. SL'lf'Ul1fI1 row: Neill Laney, VVill jenkins, Maurice Robbins, Phil Sandlin, Otis Taylor, Iohn ny Jordan, Xvendell VVatson. Page 117 Company C ODl5Ll, HRIIDGICIIS, Ca1ietCaptuin HSTIIIQR CI,liliVIf, Sponsor SAMMY GRICSHAM Firs! l'Ull'I Lindsey lfrost, Oren Northam, lid Loughlin, lfugene johnson, Ray Fountain, lluf dolph Daughtry. Second row: Chris Spivey, Barnee Baxter, Robert Honeyeutt, Bill Marsh, Hay Rothroek, jimmy Allard, Reggie lliee, Hal Knight, Dallas Stoudeninire. Third row: jack Somerset, Buddy Presnell, Charles Ulmstead, jim Wessell, A. D. Allen, Dallas Orrell, Ronald Champion, Diek Braak, Barney Bass. Fourth VOIP! Ifrie Reeves, Michael Mallory, jimmy Howell, Bill VVilliford, Glenn Thompson, Danny llatts, liill Reynolds, john llussell. Fifth row: jerold Lewis, Harold Holliday, Tommy lfdwards, jimmy Cain, liarl jewell, Law- renee Downing, Gene Howell, johnnie Dowling, Freddie Beach. Sixth row: lfugene lidens, jerry Wood, jaek Delaney, Alton Millis, David Phelps, lioh Vogels, Buster Congleton, Sid Blake, Dwight Foster. Seventh row: johnny jarrell, Butch Cunningham, Charles Bruce, Dickie Benton, jimmy Tay- lor, Mike Lewis, Carl l7. Powell, Billy VVilliams. Eighth row: Ronald Butler, Freddie Anderson, james George, Neal liasom, Cecil jordan, jim Camaehe, Gilhert Underwood, VViley johnson, Allen Avera. Ninth role: Roy Sutton, lfdwin VVollett. Page 118 Company D DAVID BENNETT, Cz1detCaptain JULIE VVENBERG, Sponsor WILLIAM ALLEN First row: VVaring Hills, B. J. Shepard, Danny Casteen, James VVilliams, Eddie Boado. Second row: Gene Miller, Dudley Malpass, Sidney Rivenbark, Hal Leeuwenburg, J. E. Car- roll, Jimmy Conner, Delwin Curtis, Chris Browning, James Yopp. Third row: Edd Carroll, De Von MeGirt, Ed Montgomery, Sandy McEachern, Billy Eason, Larry Conaway, Tom Robinson, Freddy Smith, Ennet Pugh. Fourth row: Walter Brooks, Philip Gerdes, Joel Bailey, Clarence Bell, Richard Taglieri, Johnny Newton, Jack Farrar, Harry Heath, Gayle Hammond. Fifth row: Jimmy Ballard, Jim Fountain, Phil Garner, Tommy Penny, Larry Davis, Ted Stone, Ken Rogers, Roy Branch, James Harrell. Sixth row: Dan Packard, William Davis, Patrick McBennett, George Galphin, Billy Hoeutt, James V. Sanderlin, Archie Hansen, Jerry Champion, Tommy Thomas. Seventh row: Bobby Cumber, Larry Brown, Bryan Padrick, Richard Youngblood, Hubert Robbins, Bobby Vogel, J. C. Boney, Durland Parrish, J. T. Moore. Eighth row: Guy Allen, Eddie Williams, James Parker, David Brookshire, Joe Butler, Jerry Leitch, Robert Davis, XV. H. Williams. Page 1 19 ,ww ROTC Band l"irxl rrnr: Ralph liimmell Qliaclet Captainb, Sara Malpass, liaye Hansley, Betty Davis, Retti lienken, Betsy Kelly, Rogers Taylor CCaclet lfirst Lieutenantl. Seemnl fI2ll'I VVesley Piner, Robert Morris, Jack Hargett, George Morse, Lamar Strother, Ne- llonalcl Ranclolph, jerry Sullivan, Rraclley Knight, Gilbert Tillett. Tlzirzl rout Rernarml XVilson, Tommy Atkins, jaekie Rreazeale, Richard Vance, Rohert Living stun, lfarl Allen, loinmy lNlarshhurn, Ralph Kornegay, Ruddy lfarnsworth. lfourtlz row: Cf. l.. McKenzie, VVilliam Mangum, licl VVilliams, Byron Moore, Sam Brown liimhall Royal, Bill Rogers, Ralph Dotson, Gene Murray, Linclsay VValker. Page 120 t 1 I 7 , .,'V' 4 Q" ws i Cape Fear Guards First row: Lacy Vloodeock, Harry Stewart, Lewis Sasser, Hal Knight, Winston Thompson, Gene VVoodbury, VVesley Henry. Second row: Barnee Baxter, Charles Olmstead, Ioe Butler, Eugene Farrow, Barney Bass, Martin Hufham, David Phelps, Arthur Snow, WVill jenkins, Reggie Bice. Third row: jim VVessell, Bill Marsh, Jim Fountain, Iames Moore, Dirk Braak, jack Dclany, Billy Hocutt, Malvin Books, Jerry Leitch, Iohn Lewis. Page 121 Rifle Team lhc MHC llillc lcaiii is oric or thc most inclustrious ol' thc virious tc'ims in A . 1 . school, carrying on tlirouglmout thc ycar. 'l'hc squatl is composccl of approximatclx twcntx mcmhcrs, choscn hy tompctitix c tiring. 'l'hc llililc 'lcam compctcs in matchcs starting on an intcr-school hasis anal can procccil as high as compcting in thc national championships, as thcy tlitl in thc last school icar. llclorc thc tcam can compctc in thc National hlatchcs thc tcam must llrst carn thc right to shoot in that match hy luring in thc top thirty pci' ccnt ol all tcams in thc 'lhircl Ariny Arca which incluclcs l,llL'l'l0 llico anal thc Panama Canal ,, V, ,Q , . lonc. l hc lnllc lcam also compctcs in local matchcs 'lwiiiist amonc who challciwcs 4 n' , h thcm. llillc 'lcam training is not casy. ln aclclition to shooting cach mcmhcr must talic physical cxcrciscs clcsignccl to strcngthcn thc musclcs nccclccl for stcach' shooting 'llhc tcazn practiccs cach school clay with vcry minor cxccptions. lfirsl rout .Xlvali Stanlaml, llonalcl lfountain, nl. lf. Carrol, Daniel llcnnctt, llolin llarrctt lfarl Douglas lhomas. Sucoml mir: Tommy Mai-slmluurn, l,ar1'y Conoway, jolmny lfarrcll, Dan Packarcl, Patrick hlcllcnnctt, Phil Garncr, Dallas Urrcll, Gcralcl lllillarcl, Nomikos Patcllis ,Iimmy Connor, Bill llogcrs, Wilt-y johnson, hlichacl Mallory, Chris Spivcy. llagc 122 ' 1' ,f If ,7 1 X f i P f f V f MXN ' f Mcmlhers of 1 uttulion stuff and their cl" es: Alef hompson and Phyllis l ,"Sull"u 1 on Hicks a n tl Carol f f C4 dy ' , Ioyynrd Morgan und Betty Gut- ! l' 1 lolin Barrett and lllllilllfffll Silics. f ,f ,ff f f' f 0 Henry Finch and Gail Pons during the presentation. Time out between dances. joanne Lennon and jimmy Allard, jackie Huffman and jerry Alford enjoy the refreshments. H I I Q T A Sports MD ff? ,eww N1 mlm Cheerleaders llu' c'lu'c'rlc'4ulL'rs more mu' nl llu ' -. ,- ' . 1 1 . Ilu' llll'l'l'lI0ll ul Xlrs. llllctt, Ill CN p14u'lu'm'ml lllllllllllll 4'xc'1'x um-lx lo giu 'xx llauumwr mu' ul llu' lu'sl elu'c'l mg SlllI1lilSll luis vwr luul. l lux umm l lIlll"'l'llllI1lll Qll'lNNll4ll'1'l5I'l ,1 . 'SUN run sfluml :ll lumu' .uul nl Kllll ul' lu IIIVS. llus war llmrw' mplumm 1'IIllS xu'rm'1 xx' 'mn 'Q "lllllI5. ln Imslx' JL 4 4 gnu' llu' luus nn lllll' li'iIlllS, ll1.1l lm ul nulrwln' xxl1u'l1 IS llL'k'l'NS'llAX lu l4n'L'p A . ... Ilu' lvzuu s splrlls lllQlI. Xlnm tluu J , ln.ulc'rs, lm' llu' " ' 'a u'1l1iswzur. A iw I exif' Uv 'i'Slli wr pluflu: Carol llunclm, Miss Brin, Nlrs. lilluil. ,lun um. ,Ull'l'1' plmlu: llzlrlmru XM'nlu'rg, Q nrul lll1lu'l1, llill'lNll'il llL'Wlll lux! mu: Sxlxm lillllllillll. C .urul llu1u'l1 Cllvzul C'lu'm'rla'zulurD, ,lL'ill1IlL' Gl1'sluln1 C.xSSlSlilIIl llvaul J. St'L'Ullll rnux' lllll'll1ll'2l xxL'lllJL'lxLI, Slxlppy ll1lf'L'S. fllrulyn lllllllllllll, llurullmy l'UlIl1lllll1, Susan l'41rsm1s. Coaches XYinfre1l johnson, lcon Brogrlen, lap llayis, Billy' Brooks, Qioach Leon Brogclcn, heatl of the athletic tlepartment has letl the New llanover tea111 to victory' lllillly ti111es in foothall. haskethall anal baseball. The newest antl largest gy111 in the statc has hee11 nainetl Brogclen Hall i11 l1is honor, for the lllillly services he l1as rentlerccl our school. ln the many' years he l1as taught and coached athletics at our scl1ool, he has heco111e known as one of the hest coacl1es i11 our state. llc not only helps the hoys to become gootl hall players hut he huilcls character and a11 llIltlCl'SlLlI1tlll1g of anal respect for fair play' and good sportslnan- ship. The other coaches gave their able ilSSlStLll1L'C to make eacl1 cle- partnient of the athletics a success. 'lap Davis, along with Brog- tlen, coachetl varsity foothall, haskethall, anal was i11 charge of the Tennis anal golf teams. Coach johnson gave invaluable coaching aicl to tl1c lNCll'llJOI'S of tl1c .Iunior Varsity' tea111s. Coach Brooks was a willing anal competent coach of the base- hall team working along witl1 Brogclen. These coaches gave their ti111e and efforts to help hetter our school athletics. To each of them our most sincere tha11ks for a joh well clone. - '7' 1 -it aw 1, " 5 ui 1 5 1. D 1 1 1 V. .. ::: fl 1 5 li Ill Ill PF 1r'r1 ll Ill I"""' It 1 Our Coaches ffl CO.-XCH LICON BBOGDIQN llcacl of our Athletics Departmen Houston Hales, Harry Otlham, Coach Brooks, Mae lXICPllL'I'S0l1. Boclney Croom, Coach Davis, Dan- ny Parham, Yank Mihai, Boyce Cole, ,lim Camaehe. 49 Below: ll. Shepurcl, Boyce Cole, lloclney Croom i 'W CS -wiki S Charles Woodbury, Danny Parham Above: Ennis Robinson, Al Brand, Jimmy Allard Right: Co-Captain Bill Gardner Gene Johnson, Yank Mihal, Mac McPherson Below: Lindsay Frost, I. E. Carrol, Jim Camachc . fgflwi-. efiwxs 2 I1 , . 1. vm-PY M ? 7 if-sfilfi' '-H1 K ' V I ' ' S ,A 1?E3::y'ag Q? , ' E f fw N 14-:fx . is I HSM' mf. ag - 5 - W W L.f9qS:,1f2 s if-3 . T' 1 ' ir Ll,-Q if- ' ii' rn ' Q7 Above: Francis McGowan, Charles Cook, Chris Browning Left: Co-Captain jimmy Edwards IHC DANNY IHXIIIIAIXI, CIiNIf ,IOHNSON Top: IIOIIIL' gannc with Golclslmroz C33D Yank Ml Iml, C-ISD Im' Ilrcwcr, CZQD Billy Ilostic, Ilnycc C01 I.imIsny Ifrost Ccntcr: Clmrlcs XVoocIIxury, Gum- -Inlmson, IIIII Gzmlncr. Iinltfml: QSZD CI1nrIL's Cook, C-ISD -Inu Ilrcwcr, I2 -I. SIu'purmI, Gcnc Dlohnsun. A V' Scor ,tiff 5 A M xl f O OCT. OCT. OCT. OCT. OCT. NOV. NOV. WI I .IJC,'X'I'S WI IJDC,fX'l'S WII,DCATS WI LIJCATS WILDCATS WI LDCATS WI LDCATS 20 7 14 7 20 6 20 ,IIMMY liIJXV,XRIJS, BILLY GARDNER, LINDSAY FROST Top: Homc Galina: with NVilson: Gone johnson scor ing TD. Center: C351 jimmy Edwards, C491 Facing Front Danny l'zlrhmn, Boyw Colc on Ground. Bottom: Q29D Billv Bostic, Bovcc Colo in forc- igrouncl, I.il1LlSily Frost. DN U C 5 4' f C A N Q A o a rd A HUCKY MOUNT , 0 lL'XLlfIGll ,, 7 GliOl2GIi'l'OXX'N 14 GOLDSISORO 0 XYILSON , L13 DLIRIIAM 7 20 F1XYl'1'lwl'l31VlLLLf , W 21 Page 131 If? 50 'IYIIII luft: Mark Nasscy, ,loc llrcwcr, Bill llatson. Right: linwoocl King, Hob Hannibal, Paul Swart. lioilom: Neal lfason, Chai-los liarrow, jack Holley. l.vfI io right: Ifrancis McGowan, jon' llrcwcr, jack Holley, lfnnis Robinson, "Mac" lNlcl'lu'rson, lim Caniaclw ll. tl. Slim-parcl, Al llrancl. Sccoml row: Linwood King, Bob Hannibal, lloclncy Groom, Neal lfasom, Chris Brown ing, Charles l"arrow, j. li. Carrol, Linclsav Frost, Mark Nlasscv, Paul Swart. Back row: Cliarlos Cook, Bill Bat syn, ifbarlus lVooclbury, Danny l,2lI'l12IIIl,'Blll Gardner, l3oycc'Colc, "Yank" Milml, Jimmy Allard, Gcnc Johnson. auf' 0 Q- d if-Q s lag ? s53:i5E"Uii5-"Wi i?5i39mii38' B Left to right: Earl Johnson, Ray Hock, Sherwood Phillips, Arnold Mintz, Lawrence Nichols, Billy Williams, Steve Cline, Jimmy VVilson, Tommy Avison, John VViIliams. Second row: Paul Clemnions, Ernest Batson, Jim Colcy, Larry Brown, Richard Oliver, Billy Fennell, John Parker, Jack Peterson, Julius Moore, B. E. Northrop, Pedro Patterson. Junior Varsity FRANCIS MCGOWAN, JIM COLEY " 'll iii Page . ,Q 6.649 up " LITAI rwlwl ' ll as L. Walk -. Q .1 5 This year the Junior Varsity Football team had a very successful season. These boys, most- ly Sophomores are the coaches hopes for the future. On them depend the success of New Hanoyers football team for the next year. 7 As the JX 's met each team they played out- standing ball with losses as well as wins. All in all, though, no coach could very well complain. 133 Varsity Basketball v-., Pun? 4-an f'o-ffuptuin fvfl-ffxljlfmlfil 'fl fffll 111111 lull: XYXXNI' lil'Nl'll'I I7 DUNN I7 Sli. . 'Q '. ,5 -v 'SION lI.XIl'S DANNY l',Xl!ll.XM -sr X! Ugg! Us.. Top lufl: llouston llzilcs tzilacs shot in VVilson gziinc on Top riglzt: ln High Point game Hurt Oclhim D homv court. llzi l1l1 y l'au'liziml zmfm ks on. lloycc Colo 6301, Danny l,2Il'll2ll'll C33D loo on 1 7 liollom lvft: Danny Pairliiun lczips high for the lmll in Ralph Pmtcrglmots' Wilson gzinn-. Danny Ctistcvii in lmckgrouml. Bottom right: Houston llzilcs g cmn- s up lon the hill is son pluyt-rs look on. Wildcat Scores XX ilclczits Opponents Xtilclcuts Oppomnts 66 Xlilson 51 61 llurlium I9 lloclq' Mount 25 79 Colclslmoro 68 llurlmm 57 46 llzllcigh 76 Golclslmoro 50 56 l"aiy'cttcvillc W lhllvisll 39 A '1'cJLtliNfx1xt1iN'1 33 l"z1ycttcx'illc 3-l 52 Greensboro 55 Wilson 35 6-l Fuycttcvillc 59 llocky Mount 36 70 llulcigh Pzigc 136 We, the students of New Hanover High, are proud ofthe 1953-54 Varsity Basketball squad. To us they were the real ehampions although they were only credited with the second plaee honor. We know that eaeh boy did his best as he played eaeh game and that was enough lor us. This year we are even prouder of the players. 'llhey too, have shown evidence of hard work during the 1954-55 season. The sportsmanship that was displayed by eaeh player was also some- thing to he proud of. It makes eaeh of us proud to he a part of New Hanover and proud to know eaeh team member when they repre- sented our sehool in sueh a way as they dicl. Congratulations to you. the members of the XX'ildeat Basketball team. Ifirst rout jerry Taylor, Danny Casteen, Charles 1 irrou IKOIHIIL irnts, 1 it IIS I ilph Potttr h lr l Massey, Hurt XX omhle. Svcolm' rout Harry Odham, Eugene Miller, Donald Stlltrs VViync Btnfleld 13111113 Pnhim Houston Hlles lloyee Cole. Manager, Bill Doran. lfirtyl ruur 'li-cl lillnmun, Spf-mly' Nucris. -linlmy' Cmvur, I-Im-I ,lvyyx-ll, .luck llollcy, llunnie llznw, -linnny' fulcy. Sucwnl mir: lfcl Cm-mll. l"rum'is lXlCclllU'LIl1, llilly lfcnncll, l,4n'ry llrown, llalnclnll lycy, Un-no Clark, lie-nncllm llcgistw. Junior Varsity Basketball ring Ilya- llnrguyy' gannc' 'lccl ll illnlun jlnnps lligll for llilly' l'lL'l1l1L'll fl-lj, l"cl clill'I'Ull QZLJU anal .luclx llnllvy ilu lm lll us ,luck llollc-y :xml llilly lfa-nnvll ll-lj wutcll. n'utcl1 as 'li-cl lllllllllllll ,Qfxcs lliglm for ilu' lmll. llilgl' l 38 ,I Y AH My f R N ,dl ...-1L... , . -5.4 xx ffl 1 X - 'X' A EWQM 5 H l IS f-A 1 I ' .. if ,af ZW" X, flu vkpl 4155, A if 4psQXf BASEBALL The 1954 Baseball team marked up another championship year for New Hanover. Under the direction of Coaches Brogden and Brooks, the boys worked extremely hard to achieve the honor of winning the Eastern Championship. Those who helped win this honor and who are still playing for the YVILDCATS are pictured below. They are: Yank Mihal, Bob Moore, Houston Hales, Danny Parham, Mae McPher- son and Bob Edison. This year's team, with Bob Moore and Hous- ton Hales as Co-Captains, has also done an ex- cellent job, and we would like to extend our thanks to each of them. Standing from left to right are: Yank Mihal, Bob Moore, Houston Hales, Danny Parham, Mac Mc- Pherson, Bob Edison, sporting their black and orange jackets which they received when they became the Eastern Champs. Page 139 K 5.1 nHookie"Ha les new Qbfd 1 .. wumwa , Neal Eason, 77'HQfc7' Base' N X xxYE3V1'KN Miha! Lef? F-7131.1 1 y I ny-hh Bobbq Moove Sf10ff!'57"O,o AW , almllffr-- sxmacumgpheafsorm Havrq Qldhavw lD1'fC!1c:,r' , Pifclzefzf I BIH14 BQQHC Cafchgr Dannq Casjreen Second Base :- Bobbq Edison Pifchev umm Rodmeq Croom BH iq Su I liven C'ezf1fc'f Elffld 14219 n f f5L'fld ff" Cofe K,f 'f pl fchev rn X Ln Dannq Parham fmfsf Base Tn! Lindsaq Frosi' Cafcher Pieturecl above ure the boys who worked hilfll on the mouncl for our team. 'l'l1ey are First ron' fleft to riglztl: llocl- ney Groom, Hurry Oclham, "Mae" lNlePherson. Second row: llolmlwy lfclison, "Yank" Milml, Boyee Cole, lNlauriee llolvlmins. 19 5 5 BASlfBAl,l, SClllflDU Lli Mareli 2 5 - Wilson i , Away 29-Fayetteville Ilome April 5 -llaleiglm , Away 7-Goldsboro , Home 12 - lloeky Mount Away 1 5 --llllfllillll , Away 19-XYilson 7 ,llome 2 2 - Fuyetteyille Away 29-Raleigh Home May 3-Goldsboro , Away 6-Rocky Mount Home 10 - Durlmm , , Home First row: Billy Sullivan, lfurl Allen, "Mae" AlCPllCl'S.Jl'l, ,lim Cmunelxe, Maurice llolmlmins. Second row: Bobby liclison, lloclney Crooin, "Yank" Mihnl, Bobby Moore, Billy Bostie, lill'lKl5ily lfrost. Third row: Danny Cnsteen, Hurry Ocllmm, Boyce Cole, Danny Purhzun, "Hookie" H iles, Neal lfzlsom. .S Golf Team The Golf Team, under the direction of Coach Jap Davis, engaged in several meets with other teams. The boys did a swell job. Those taking part were as follows: First row: S t e v e Cline, Vernon Johns, Sammy Pace, Bub- ba Smith, Dickie Bissing- er, Charles Benson, Da- vid Clark. Second row: jesse Fox, Gene Smith, Freddie K i n g , Nicky Clark, Da v i cl Sloan, Charles Brooks, Jerry Fox. First row: Ronnie Con- nor, Skippy Croom, Cur- tis Peterson, T o m m y Penny, Macon jordan, Louis Sasser. Second row: Sammy Hunter, Charles Graham, Freddie Smith, Billy Bostie, Steve Pre- vost. Third f0ll'I Le X Marks, Jimmy Hickman, Co-Captain, Bill Wall, Co-Captain, jim Wat- kins, Mr. VVooten, Coach. Swimming Team 1 ll if-N On Thursday afternoons several of the high school boys were seen heading for the YMCA. The reason for this was swimming practice under the direction of Mr. WVooten. This also was a team to be proud of. The squad is listed above. Page 143 ft psf ' .f., Ay' Q lf as Qjff s . . M rr I 14 W S N l 'ie so i vt if ' .wh egg j as Q " 4 4- gfsiiia we . , , rims., vs r 5 ' :i w-,:, 1 ,L . ex 3. , 8 Y 0 -yusuquy- P-----4 SEQ? Tennis Irft to right: -lnckiu Snow, jimmy Connor, llonnic lizinc, -lc-rry 'l'ziylor, Clizirlcs Martin Clayton Aslmury. Girls' Athletic Association lfirsl rmr: ,Ivan llcnclcrson Cl'rcsiclcntj, llctty jo Prcsncll CVccpD, Virginia lXlnttlicws fl rt is urvrj, Micltcy lfowlcr, junc Dowling, Pcggy Davis, lfayc liziincs, Nancy Craig, bln.-Xnn Sci tx Slicrri lliclas. Sucmni row: Pcggy Pzirlicr, Lincla Williams, l,lll'I'l1illCL' justice, llumai Mcln llzirlmairn l,l'CVilllL', Gerry lllC2lL'l'lCf', lfnyc Hornc, Betty lolinsun, Shirley llnrnliill, Sylvia limit 1 lit-tty lllzirlx. 'I'lziri1 row: l't-ggy .loam Lycrly, Doris lllzmton. lliill'l72ll'il Mc.'Xlmt-u, julia Pm Miltlrt-tl XVilli:ims, lum- lNlom'c, Pcggy Olsen, liulmlmic Curr, linliliic l3i'ili1clngv, Czirolv C1 llnsult-L' Nlzittlicws, liinlmlxy AiL'II'lUl'y. A-mam 1 1 il Page 144 G. A. A. Activities Left to right: Peggy Parker, jean Henderson, Iris Pugh, Sherry Ricks. Second row: Iulizi Burnett, Faye Horne, joan Farrow, Nancy Craig, linda Covington. To the right, one of the girls' gym classes is seen taking part in their daily exercises. To the right, Betty jo Presnell, Sherry llieks, jenn Henderson and joan lfnrrow take part in il tumbl- ing net. The two girls on the ends are Sylvia Hayes and Iris Pugh. C?'g,r2:'g5f if ACT Ill f Features QCTXQXN? I A , IUXIICJLINIJ lfxlzscms I ll I C Xl Inman: f 4 I N f 1, , . Page 148 BI'IS'l' Pl-fllSONf 'l'Uc:c:11a 'limsk DfXVIlJ BuNN1eT'r rifics Xl l'l'Y cc aim U a 4 9 1 U BEST DRESSED x. r . 4' ' IXIARY JANE SILTMNERN JINIMIE HICKMON 1- I BEST LOOKING ANNETTE GCJRE B. I. SHEPHERD Page 149 MOST IN'I'I3Il,Il'lCTUAL jL',xN1'r,x Lovrg Mlm: V.xUc:H,xN Pagc 1 50 rifics MOST LIKISLY T0 SUCCIQHD BETH TAYLQR DA vm S LOA N cc aim .1 V9 .:. U' 'J xx N x X. V . 1 L 6 .1 X, ,x ,- N N I xxfxqnqfxwlq 0 x 1 N X v N R Z x KWYJ LWCX K x L L J X Nux gp LLJVX XX Us wa MVN QNLN 47 'fp X CyJvf C Q K 9 I l Ax Ag I . fs Xkyjf .,.. , X al' VN if 'S NANCY BORKDEAUX Il,u,P1x POTTER x QQ , 1 ,J I ' , A i , I l 14g 'I h ru . 4 g Y 1 p W 1 -H ,Q I U . U , A . , e .f f , " , J' 4 1 . 8 v . 1 .W MOST DE Pl? N DABLF FRANCES YOUNCBLOOIJ HENRY FINCH lx ff u ul- agc 151 'ww N , 3 f , 2 6,1 1 fp fi., jmck CTL, Q ,Ni'6Lj!'j1f?dfZAf'4-VL -'ff 1 fffl-17 fx 1 . 'f,',,Z!d-ajfzf If 'LVN g,fL62f2f'1f1jL-QALM A Ni' Vffifvvzjfx L, fvlafx, iffgyx, JPJMMN ,ULQJL ,fyyxjk . Q 1 1 M V MOST TALENTED l3u'1"1'Y T115 NKh v 1314114115 KING I -'Q .vm , L. 1 I.. Page 15 2 4 QC WITTI FST fn , 1 :- rifics Mun' Suu SP,xnK1x1fxN II ,x N lm 1, 11. Dos H1311 cc aim MOST ATHLETIC JEAN IIENDILI sox IDANNY PARHAIXI ' , I N.f arg 4 ,W - , vw A5 , 1 ,gyh Q' G I Is'.Q'IQ1,' ,X API J Q n, 0 ' B.. VM I .JJ J' U 1- il ' I . ur 'S' y, - 1 I MOST SCHOOL SPIRIT M 6 CAROL BUNCH BOBBY IXIOORE Pagc 133 I 3 I Q 4 , Q .- - ,A ,,,, F15 ,, f 4 J ITP , , if A,.,, H5 .,..x. N 2 2 -A Xt wx Ex wx N , 1 mu. A ., ,,, v.,. - -. eatin .1 Miweii. R . Wy Sw, , KM i ' We f . 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NORTH CAROLINA "On Th O H h WWr2QfW I Q9 WI p!i?LQ!j:MjUI A A 2255 My . ,W A twig nafiqrafufafions MQW Glagg, 012, Vw I M' I , Mfg 'B Igwwf ,ww ' yi? wif WI Iyj, 3, WILMINGTON I CLEARING HCJUSE ASSOCIATION Af w? X. .g1XfeE?iS?Q?ig3 d?'V'?..3'- TIm I g A' .4 1, A- A.. -., Af ,A ' 4 , I r, J, M ' . - 1 1 Ww 90,2171 gr Sz. f ai., 911,612 f, . 1' Alfa, , - ' "T 4 Con rcxtulcxtiong, TQ The Class ,Q ' , -'L , 'L-afflxrx, . Q E ME, ' 5 A i f - X un me aan an aue S "Let Llttle Sunshme In" i ' , ,.f,. s 1 , 1 . -A' g rx 4 ff , -4 1' . fffy, t S f, cQNQRATULAT1eNjs ' ' . 1 'r.!' - , ef -, I --4 fr- 1, , ,-,','..1- -. ,611 .pf 1. .' '23, ,f.a.,,,'g J, ,' Queen City Trailways Co. 219 COWAN STREET DIAL 2-8516 "Chartered Service to all Points of the U. S." "Modern Air-Conditioned Silverlinersu "Serves Southeastern U. S. A." .WIA fifjfi- pftk Jw I Y . -5' r J4Jl't! fruoftffflffffj Jjjfii' QMVSJII :JJ J,1iL'LN0. N f - , ,P . A' ,W r-1 nm Q11 eww ' , .LW +1 audi rim. vl. Q 'NEWELIIS SHUPPINB CENTER Q.c.77S'Sw. ' 'S Q H '- 'S ," Q U ' 'RIQHTSVILLE BEACH. N. c. s,' 6' U 1' . ,4 xv ' f .4 P 4' ,JN ,upxu l 5 L 1 f ' . 4 VV 1 ' .r ,1 M S A W1,, Q 7 . -fvvvg, , B W., .je , Jw. -fv.,w-3:.l.? '1.A!,f.l'ff'-- .c,-..,,i: .,,...,,, ,,,,,Q, U44 NAU QJLIWTZL TJ' 'fig' gift ?V"'1"'i' W..- .W ' e WML ,A 'img YW, 'EMM L""'4J5,n'.J...4. M up QMQWN MU. BEST WISHESX 'LTP , x Mp-HL,s4 COA TAL MOTOR , Inc. CADILLAC-OLDSMOBILE MARKET at 11th STREET DIAL 3-2421 Be prepared... buy Coke by the case .O A l li Lil LQ 4 T, 5 1 ig C N sa j g Mi g. -V .3 , EE Q X I X iam: mu X K ' 9 Q 0 -wa 4 ,Ll ?:,,- S i P 7, T Q' 4 f . - 'QB li f A B0 I6 ' ' ,mp 14 0 X qt 'D registered ode lr Tl1ere's the moment when guests orrive...wl1en work drops ...when lunch is ready...and the moment for complete relaxation. Tl1at's the moment lor ice-cold Coco-Cola. Wilmington Coca-Cola Bottling Works, Inc. The Hgh tSt d dot Quality 1 ' ' PASTEUPIZED DAIRY PRUUUCTS Your Guarantee of Superiority WHITE ICE CREAM AND MILK COMPANY I gf, My -QW' W W, I I- w.Wj4w,91fUf",qW fp T 0 ljff OCLAS 5,35 fwyfffw ffwgff' I W! W' W M 4' . My WW W I A . W f W fpgjfilf W Q Your Mutual Voice in Wilmington W1 9'M,W'J,"'J'tffw- ' .. izffgptfwgw gfffplvff 'lg f tuna new Go., gnc. F 5 M Manufacturers Pip NEW HANOVER HIGH SCHOOL RINGS 2601 W. Lexin t St BALTIMORE 23. MD. Congratulations to Class of '55 FRANCE NECKWEAR MANUFACTURING CORPORATION 1217 S. 13th Street WII.MINGTON, N. c. Compliments of GARVER MANUFACTURING CORPORATION 1213 S. 13th Street ' IIVILMINGTON. N. C. f ,WJ XM ?4fs I Ji Wdtv W VI Co liggnts of Jqg MY Koi My 'MW WANET'S SIAUSAGE COMPANY Ny 7' I, ' 1 img Y 4V"fQua1i Products" ff' 'Gy J' pf W Hf,,fM V VXI, CAPE FEAR MOTOR SALES 215-217 Market St. WILMINGTON, N C CAROLINA SAVINGS 8. LOAN ASSOCIATION 201 P St Ph 2 8536 QUALITY PORTRAITS BELK-BEERY STUDIO "IT WAS A PLEASURE PHOTOGRAPHING THE .ASS OF 55 X X 'J A-.Nall I J,-,V xi .Favs . ' . ' 1 X K v r- X 5 J 1 N ' - '- O Y I ., .jj xxx JI J ,fill VV' I, is , 'W QP' J A 1-'L 1 KA L fx ' N . 1, ' . ,Y . fi ' L . A A ' , , f ,- ', 'L' u vb. PLO ,E Nj -A.t"rTLwp y. 1 OJ! x.NL -fhxxiik 3 XO fr O , P f' will K , 1 X 'Of X1-f V I XJLJV 'NP 'V '-1 " 9 VXL Y ' ' if in 'Lu QP if 'LISPKI heme ,-. Pixy' l . ALe,A.Lt,Jl1',L LY J1 N1 ' L ' :U ,,,-J' fi' ul -fl Lf - Fresh Daily at your Dealer 'L' J L x L V rv. .eq my" P ' L' UV QW, My N by 28:15 S. Front -V 1. vp. Phone 2-8946 Jii'lL" ' . 5 .i'L.'N 'A LV' J fv.,f-Ky! JM , xp' iv DIFFERENT-TASTY ,fy sig: n 1, ,J -, N Ak, .LII JL Meri, 1 H Wi'- ,T 'Q C-new LENOX G. COOPER W3 INSURANCE OE EVERY KIND MGRTGAGE LOANS Cooper Building 209 Princess St. MOORE-FONVIELLE REALTY CO. mm. 495 E R glgzngi-'RE PENl?fuaNl5H'NGS ly - HOME FRONTQMDOCK sTs. CAPE FEAR MOVING 8k STORAGE COMPANY Agents For AERO MAY1-'Lowzn TRANSIT COMPANY CRATING ' PACKING ' STORAGE LOCAL G LONG DISTANCE MOVING 17th ci Wright Streets Phone 3-5617 WII.MINGTON, N. C. E. W. GODWIN'S SONS Dial 7747 "EVERYTHING TO BUILD THE HOUSE" GRADUATES A M W M F D F M OF NEW HANOVER HIGH T V WE GREET YOU Courteous Radio Station ON YOUR ATTAINMENT ' Phone 4840 As In Your High School Days I WILMINGTON, N, C, ,You Corn Continue T39 Be Informed Through N T V .emu O . Requlqr Reading of T Channel 6 Star-News Newspapers me FM Momma -I EVENING - suumw 630 KC 963 MC N . ' 4' ., 5 , I A J 1: Compliments of WWII! SHUPPE 115 N. Front Street Wilmington, N. C. FINEST IN LADIES WEAR PATRICIA ANN SUPER MARKETS No. l Store 401 Chestnut St. No. 2 Store 2703 South Front St. No. 3 Store 607 Mercer Avenue Compliments of KEY MOTOR COMPANY Your CHRYSLER-PLYMOUTH Dealer ROYAL CROWN BOTTLING CO. RC IS AMERICA'S FASTEST GROWING COLA HAll'S DRUG STORE Prescriptions-Sundries Congratulations from the A R O L I N A runwnum: co. I Phone 5265 The Best Values I. M. Hall, Ir. 421 Castle St. I at the lowest Przces WILMINGTON' N' C' 505 N. 4th st. Phone 4048 315 Red Cross St. Wilmington, N. C. f , K JQ9 , YN A MGI LU vig IP I if My Q - D r I I t M' 1 I ' V K it H I- Q1 NORTH-SMITH Q I J, ., I BMW 'fh 'f t,Comph ents N RtkMucMIlI.AN BUICK Phone 9574 108 N. 2nd Street COAL BUILDING SUPPLIES FUEL OIL "Our Reputation-Your Guarantee" nm 4486 ' eos-610 N. 6th sneer W' ,.,, . if 5 lf? BURRIS CHINA MARKET """'t""""S0""' HOME or FINE CHINA ' Atthesign of the M ermaid.. fy! Q Phone szza V 3319 Market st. if ' Good Food WILMINGTON. N. c. H ' Excellent Service ' Fine Atmosphere DIXIE PIG NO. 2 SHOEMAKERS loin The Crowd Office Equipment ond Supplies Everybody Gathers at the Pig Greefinq Cards Gifts Enioy ' French Fries Dial 2-3332 ' Hamburgers ' l-lot Dogs . Milk Shakes 206 Princess Street Mggfiwfzfew ,T ff df M The IMEH M MADEMOISEI. E SHOPPE . fa - R J . ' DRESSES ' SPORTSWEAR Fi!,ff'f'fW"I H if with OWGTSH ' EVENING WEAR Opposite Post Office NEW-REMODELED Dial 9584 22 N. Front Street DIAMONDS-WATCHES " 1 693 :I . A 1 fav .53 ,L '52 E' CHINA CRYSTAL Sterling by International The M0551 COI1'1P1e'f91Y Modern Wallace . . . Stieff . . . Towle DEPARTMENT STORE . . Lunt . . Reed 6. Barton . . in the Eastern Carolinas Heirloom . . . Gorham . . . - 0 Completely Au- Conditioned ' I ff l I A ,A-Cum: WiLV'1tNl3Illft.v LEADING JfWflfRi "IF IT'S FROM KINGOFFS IT'S GUARANTEED" 0 Automatic Elevator ' Escalator ' Central Packaqe Delivery Belk-Bwbg. Fave Wilmington, North Carolina INSURANCE SINCE 1865 QKERTAW O NXAPINSURANCE 0 bl YNAYS ALL" 4,x,UNGTON.N IN GRAM'S RECREATION 0 BOWLING ' SKATING Alleys Avai1ab1e-Phone for Reservations PHONE 2-3242 1801 Dawson St. WALLACE BROS. THE BEST SERVICE IN TOWN 0,GI'0W!6y ls G!66UZ6l"5, HMC. ESSO V SERVICE 4 BRANCHES TO SERVE YOU Complete Service 1710 Dawson St. DIAL 7376 1707 Dawson Street Wilmington' N' C' Comphments of , 1 ' 9 fzmlnlmm s pf sf' upefz Wlatlzef At 17th 6. Dawson TO CLASS OF 1955 The Fami1y Department Store 4 Ways To Shop 0 CASH 0 BUDGET ' CHARGE 0 LAY-AWAY Shop A11 5 Floors tfJ'?Pi?t , . 1 ' Fit Y ly? of - - 7 MEN'S SHOP X I S St. Hyyzvyun I t C. Second and Princess DIAL 3-8206 5' In Stock ' Formal Wear-Rental Service for 1. Compliments ,ff of CAPE FEAR " .5 1:2 Q.Ff'4.',.,1 K figs? gg sat iw., znd and chestnut sts. 1 lf'57!'f,1P gf Fl tf,f'iI Q P E N N I N G T O N S Ifl':f,gUf fits' Air Conditioned Sporting Goods 'I' III: ll SOM of our quest rooms K .L 1 . E J gl are airconditioned 117 Market Street SIDNEY 1. Rtvr-:NBARK 'K A jf Y - 'F' Manager EX' S X ' I . 272144614 S Comphments of DIAMONDS-WATCHES SUTTON PONTIAC CO. STERLING SILVER CRYSTAL CHINA OFFICIAL Nl-IHS IEWELRY Compliments of THE FRIENDLY DEPT. STORE 615 Castle Wilmington, N. C. A A A EL BERTA COURT 4005 Market Street FULLY AIR CONDITIONED PHONE 2-3197 YOUR EASTMAN KODAK DEALER CAROLINA CAMERA PHONE 2-2882 l2l Market Street One Day Photo Finishing Service May Your Every Wish Be Fulfilled X DEPT. STORE ATLANTIC UPHOLSTERING HARRIS I-IGON COMPANY 3601101 REAL ESTATE, LOANS, INSURANCE DIAL 5107 PHONE 7018 Awnings 61 Furniture Upholsterinq 216 Princess St. CROSS SEED COMPANY FERTILIZERS Compliments sEEns of mom sass F AIRCLOTH'S OYSTER 12 Market WASH.DRY.MA'1'IC ALLEN'S FARM SUPPLY Self Service Laundry l0O2 Chestnut St. mm. sazo Wilmington, N. C. PURINA CHOWS For all animal and poultry feeding DIAL 5397 511 N. 3rd Street GUYTON'S FOOD STORE 502 Castle Street Wilmington. N. C. LINGO AMOCO SERVICE Congratulations to Class of '55 PHONE 2-aoas WELCOME TO OUR GRILL THE YOUNGER SET. INC. Congratulations Class Ot '55 ' TOYS . GAMES HOME FURNITURE CO. ' HOBBIES 23 Marker sf. 1815 Dawson 1612 Market I FARROW BROTHERS L E E D S Esso ssnvlcn MEN SHOP Corner Front and Market Wilmington, N. C. WASHING-SIMONIZING LUBRICATION-BATTERY RECHARGING ROAD SERVICE DIAL 9291 1620 Market St. IULIA SHOP PHONE 2 3175 277 N. Front St. SAFFO'S PHONE 7953 249 N. Front St. Pack Up Your Troubles and Your Wash Bring 'ern both to The "Auto-Matic" Laundry I. T. LEE 6. SONS L P GAS a. APPLIANCES IQHQNE 2,2522 CLINTON. N. C. WILMINGTON. N. C. 19 Street TEL. 9431 TEL. 3-1551 IOHNSON'S ' CAPE FEAR TRIMMING SHOP AMBULANCE CO. PHONE 9536 PHONE 4822 306 Castle Street 106 Northern Blvd. NEWTON'S CLEANERS PHONE 2-1677 1202 Princess Street W A H L ' S DEPARTMENT STORE, INC. DIAL 2-0356 6 2-0357 214 N. Front St. Wilmington, N. C. Compliments Compliments oi of C R A W F O R D ' S 125 N. Front St. Wilmington, N. C. Congratulations to all Graduates Alexc:nder's Department Store NATIONALLY ADVERTISED Clothing for the -Younger Set HANOVER ELECTRICAL SUPPLY COMPANY PHONE 3-2040 25 Market Street AT CAROLINA BEACH Irs HELM'S GROCERY PHONE 25-3258 Truck-Tractor Sales. Inc. PHONE 3-6281 1111 S. 17th Street SHEW'S DRUG STORE 105 S. 46th Street Winter Park DIAL 3-4606 Wrightsville Drug Store 24-2855 Konig Hardware Company Paints, Oils and Plumbing Supplies DIAL 7848 913 N. 4th Street SPRINGER COAL 6 OIL CO. "IRON FIREMAN" mm mv 1810 Dawson Street FOR FINE FOOD G CURB SERVICE THE R. 6 W. GRILL Castle Hayne Road OPERATED BY IESSE WILLIS Compliments of BOB'S CREDIT CLOTHIERS 7O9V2 No. Fourth St. Wilmington, N. C. HTQMEII La MODE 109 Chestnut St. La MODE on Clothes is Like Sterling on Silver EI!!! O ,ZX sg P 108 North Front St. Wilmington, N. C. CENTER DRUG CO. mom: 3-2481 l7th and Dawson Streets CARROLL'S PUROL SERVICE Complete Auto Service East Coast Construction Co and P. O. Box 655 Parking Facilities Viilrnington, N. C. 312 N. Front St. ABEYOUNIS MEN 6. BOYS SHOP MARKET STREET SHOPPING CENTER W I N T E R P A R K AMOCO SERVICE STATION I3 Oleander Drive DIAL 7987 Congratulations to Class of '55 RHODES FURNITURE CO. PHONE 5751 310 N. Front St. PICKARDS SPORTING GOODS PHONE 2-3224 209 Market Street STANDARD A. R. KING PAINT 6- HARDWARE CO. ELECTRIC COMPANY PHONE 9581 DIAL 7674 21 Market Street 112 S. 8th Street C O A S T A L OFFICE EQUIPMENT CO PHONE a-3555 North 17 Shoppinq Center IARMAN'S PHARMACY PRE SCRIPTION S CAREFULLY COMPOUNDED Prompt Delivery Service Ample Parking Space PHONE 5267 16th and Market Sts. IDEAL PLUMBING CO. PHONE 7292 126 S. Front Street THE HINSON CO. 4106 Oleander Drive JEWELERS mc. SL . .. . x ....., N,.N - -I '7 NORTH FRONT STREET REED'S FOR DIAMONDS" ED FLEISHMAN G BROS. MEN'S WEAR PHONE 7932 223 North Front Street Wilmington, North Carolina Congratulations to N I S B E T ' S C1GSS Of '55 304 N. Front si. IEWEL BOX pnounms 119 N. Front St. Congratulations and Best Wishes to Class ot '55 SALLY FROCKS PRINCESS GROCERY GROCERIES-FANCY FRUITS MEATS - VEGETABLES "Service that P1eases" 10th G Princess Street Compliments SERVICE DRUG STORE of N A T H A N 1 S Prescriptions A Specialty CREDIT CLOTHIERS 22 So. Front St. Wilmington, N. C. CUT RATE DIAL 7739 Corner 8th CS Market Sis. Wilmington, N. C. THRIF-T STORES. INC. PHONE 2-3972 29 S. Front Street KOTLER'S CLOTHING STORE PHONE a-1111 601 Castle St. ROLLINS Old Fashioned Pit-Cooked BARBECUE - BRUNSWICK STEW BARBECUED CHICKEN - CORN BREAD PHONE a-4221 4612 Oleander Drive I'IENRIKSEN'S PHARMACY 1713 Oleander PHONE 6300 Wilmington, N. C. "Your Doctor Is Our Reierence F E R G U S ' A R K smroon RESTAURANT DIAL 9776 On Cape Fear River Moored at the Foot of Princess St. BRIDGERS TRADING CO. Your Maytag and Philco Dealer DIAL 3-1638 121 Red Cross St. Wilmington, N. C. SHOP AND SAVE Compiifenw SUTTON-COUNCIL I. C. PENNEY CO. 313N.Fmm 243 N. Front St. 920 Market TELEVISION CORPORATION SINGER'S SEWING CENTER of WILMINGTON PHONE 5525 21 S. Sixteenth St. 271 N. Front St. DIAL 3 5297 Compliments LOUIE E. WOODBURY. IR. of INSURANCE W I L M I N G T O N L I N E N S E R V I C E Murchison Building Wilmington, N. C. PHONE 2-3329 PEPSI-COLA BOTTLING CO. Harbor Island Service Station GAS - o1L - GREASING - WAS!-HNG ot Wilmington. N. c. WAXING ROAD SERVICE New Wriqhtsville Beach Hiqhw y PHONE 2145 VV'ii1T1i1'1giOI'1, N. C. G C BRIDGES 5, SQN C O A S T A L C A B Dial 4464 Radio Dispatched GAUSE MIRROR 6 GLASS COMPANY DIAL 3-1394 520 Castle Street ww t Hfjf SAUNDERS E I E JN Wi1mtngton'S Oriqinal Cut-Rate Drug Store ,Q S - V H L I if IN COSMETICS FOUNTAIN SERVICE GHMG DAX I ,yygdj CANDY SUNDRIES . ff BLOCKS SPORTSWEAR W I-IAMS CLEANERS DRESS AND SPORT SHIRTS 6. DYERS D J M so UTHLAND 808 S. 17th Stree-t B!! W WANU CTURING CO. 1001 S' .3rdEiB?y qty Wilminqton, N. C. iXWM o' f b AISON BROS. LAUNDRY sm ER LEWW QQ and DRY CLEANERS in 'X IA 76 Thirteenth G Dawson Street 1 t7th S. - Wilmington, N. C. I , N. C. EDEN'S Q tg I Esso SERVICENTER WAXING Q . WASIIHNG "The Cone with the LUBRICATION Curl on Top.. I Dial 9113 1020 N. 3rd SI. 17111 5 Dawson WILLIAMS BRCS. AMOCO 'UU J'-a5,lzA1Qj N? SERVICE F -R E G COMPA GENERAL AUTO REPAIRS We ALMJAJ ' Y DIAL 3-3751 X MQQW24, XZ gi Zzbomf e '9h dise I K L ff! 1202 Market st. 6 , . Wilminqton, N. C. . 1 ., A A M6 Z0-4,41 !LCAL,C!!.f Af 1 , ' ' f Z-4 REQ., 7 Jzefffzflf jar, f1 I 5 . 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