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

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NEYY HANOVER HIGII SC PIO OL Wilmington, North Carolina ah I i ,Mi tl 1 sau, E li ' ' ' ' 1 Published by fhe dudenf Wilmingfon, Norh -v , , .-.......w..... , ' l fm 0 nn. Qi.: of NEW HANOVER HIGH SCHOOL farolina Alan Hale, Edifor Rosslyn Trofh, Business Manager Feafures Dedication Srudem Lite May Court C urrlcul um Admmstratlon and Faculty Administration Instructors ta Classes Seniors Juniors Sophomores Achwhes Student Government Clubs Publications Music 3 41 f. 1' K ontents Afhlehcs Football Basketball Baseball Varsity Sweetheart Cheerleaders Tenms Go G A A Color Guard Instructors Officers Companles Actnvltles Adverhsmg 208 ' 166 If R.O. T. C. 194 J 5' Tir Tw ,Q .4 c 4 .ff 5 . x - WE DEDIC TE... A simple thank you seems little return for the self-sacrificing devotion. genuine character. honesty. and--most of all-human understanding of a cer- tain teacher at N.H.H.S. She has not only given tirelessly of her time and talents. but she has in- stilled in the students standards of character and integrity, seldom surpassed. The true quality of understanding and the beauty of friendliness that surrounds her has lifted the spirits of those with which she comes into contact as she is ever ready with her warming smile and helping hand. By teaching the forms of proper government and English by lectures, class discussion, and diagrams, she fills an important need in the educational pro- cess of N.H.H.S. But more than just a teacher of government and English, she has aided and inspired her students to achieve the very best in life. In acknowledgment for her contribution as an educator and person, the staff of the 1959 IIANOVERIAN dedicates this yearbook to a woman who has taken a sincere interest in students, and who has always been willing to give her loyalty, help, and friendship to all - Mrs. Ruth Warren. The wholesome lectures. discussions, and diagrams Mrs. NX'arren chats with fellow teachers over a meal in the cafeteria. The Seniors of New Hanover High School will always hold a spot dear in their hearts for their teacher, friend, and counselor. This teacher whom all know and admire stands out in the everyday life of the school. She is one to look up to, one to follow, and one to honor. No one could be more deserving of this school's high esteem and praise. charactcrile Mrs. XY'arrcn's classes. A ?. 5: P! fi., fy' x A 2 x , 1 'I' qtlj -.- fy -5 .Q r -. 'r. S, 1- 7 QM .f fffrf-'-iw nf ' gg, 'jf ,.,,Q. Q F atures Decorated wnth the trappungs ol gatety and wuth the stgns ol usual actlvtty gone the Student Unnon serenely awalts the dancers who as students davly crowd nts floor and full wtth the buzz of conversatton The chaurs and tables have been removed from that sectuon selected to serve as the dance floor The streamers have been hung and he decorators have gone leaving the Union to want an solltary quletude lor the gay crowd And now with the approach ol even the multntude wall burst through the doo S and once agaln lull the Unuon wuth laughter and chatter In thus wlse the Student Unuon symbolizes the hours ol enloyment that NH H S stands eady to afford all nts students be It the excttement ol the presentatlon ol the May Court or gust a moment ol chatter sandwnched between classes These moments of lun are a part of school lute and for the student mean more enloyment of studues and better appreclatuon ol fellow students lruends and teachers , It ' ' . , l , :ng shadows, the tlme is soon to Come when 4' 'O' 4' r . I . , .- .lx--'Zilf -+.. a 5 . JE me New Hanover High School MS 11 -.V 4 K 97 -..,S, 'N 'I TYANQ ur Q, ,'v Vw 'LQ' ,snr-:gig r .44 fl" ,uf vas much fo offer 'GS Via 1 , 4 -fy n 7-:. w - -'MZ 4P'fuv5..-1'xQ-'Q 5.1 '- '. Q1 95 X-.nv 1 i Mif- "LJ nm nt-11 tlfulik s., r Hts 1111t11 1 p :pt ut U5I11t pr LINK Sgt C 011111, unnrr Stn: t t 111 i 1 me gt tt it 1 ut t xt r1t1tr 1 nttttc PYQKIIKN WYICGS QVC G P01314 GV SC OO QCflVlfcy frtu.ion1 of tdutltion is ont of tht hisit piintiplts of Xmtriti Sthools art tonstrutttd so thit 111 Arntritins 11111 rtttixt this spttiil prixiltgt Hoxxutr it is tortunitt thit tht ltadtrs of this tountrx tl s stitt md this niti 1 itilizt thit 1 complttt LdUA.1IIOH tlnnot bt obtuncd from .1 textbook in L1 classroom. Society is Il basis for human existence. and it is important that people take part in tht .ictivitits which go on in the world today. At New Hanovtr High School students show enthusiasm . ocial ' ' . '1 . " , '. '. clu parties .mt .1t1ctic cvtnts. v: R.O.T.C. . c .i rnry Tea. 1 NL11' Dance. thc Stut cnt Congrcss Tm, thc X .ilcntinc Dance. c ior .ocicty Tm. ti- virp Ilincc. c 31 1 . t ' icspian I' .ly .1" I' . A' ' ' ' .I1f',lCIiX'i '- ' it ' .ir . '. '.lI'iL 'A'.111i7.1tio11s mon- K csc iI1C-lIX..k ostutcr x.".q" 1- 11'- lllll . . " . . ' ". V A ' .i I 1' I ' s A t' ,mm s ' I IIC 91111 N . c . 'c ' c 'rutci 'ni . .' x 1' spcci. outxisioris, ut . . to . 'io Q st' . . t . 'I " sc 1 Q '1in1 I 'vtcs ' Q tkllbl' 'c . -.lCiii'. 1 th.: 1 ,n t-. :xiii " .r s':1 my: r, I2 34 A tx Q 4 f Q lx Eauh war cadgts ofmers and thur gurl frxends Lagerlx antlclpatc the annual R OTC Ball An eugllnnt band uitraordlnarx dcuomuons .1 well planned prcsenmtlon Len mom and plgnu of rcfrgshmnnts hglp nulu. thus dana .1 Success ucry vcar 13 i , x ! - J ' ,TQ 3 I F2 W .Q X 1 5 l z. I-Q N I X 4 l".A WQBX ' ij. l A IM x J: - if . V , , 1 0 ' y-4' A--l , 1 I ' X- ' . - l' 111 . It 4 . , ' J 'Q ll , , Wifi f. , ' 1 if . 5 1 uv ll K , . 7 1 ref' 1 I - f --Wx' xt ,-f ,.'4 , 1--U f' I F My r I . :, Y 2 "7 : 1+ , "f-wg A,', - .f .7 4 LM., , -' ' L f '- ' iLl.,', f'ifm,, ' f V If-Q '1 ., ,I FV' " ' Q , ' 4' P' :V 5 ,f 4 uQ5 ' :,,. " ' - I -5 A QL ' V ' ' i ,'f??F2:g 3 K Mlifew ,L QI K. Q55 Some people are just born hard-headed! Basketball keeps one on the move a only WHA fAe min . A spring day makes baseball a must. N.H.I-I.S. competes in the North Carolina AAA Confer- ence in golf, baseball. basket- ball, and football. Many con- ference championships denote the school's excellent participation. Bath a boys' and a girls' basket- ball tournament are held annual- ly on the intramural level. Both boys and girls also have tennis teams with the boys playing interscholastic matches and the girls engaging in intramural match play. Sportsmanship is an important aspect in any form of athletics. and for this reason good sports- manship is emphasized in all ac- tivities. The Physical Educa- tion llepartment promotes good sportsmanship as should each and every student. ' . -.. -4 , 3.4-1 'Vs s.. .. Ixouce vshat park htnthes are made for Can you guess mlm mas a ut, I lm perm Betts hu dnsplass her 'slat Das formal on tht stmur sups ac sfu en! xersatlle currneulum, an abundance of socnal af alrs, a lovely campus, and a competent faculty enable New Hanoxer Hugh School to retam a xery hlgh stand m Hovxewer, lf IS the energetnc and enthuslastnc stu dents who are responsxble for the pleasant, actne atmos phtrt whlth prexanls Whether proudmg lunch hour amusement for frnends, assxstmg nn one of the mam others to follow each student must do hrs part to encourage 1 lntlx spnrnt m P lan l I6 I 14. A J O O 0 A ' ' ' ' - I, . .g, V V . . . . . - jobs left up to students, or setting a good example for l ll 1 S3 l v v- - 1 Lyn, 1' -'ae at'. nf Dlxlltfzl l'a' Z" '. Now who would label such an ea s an acflve 1 e Do unto others ns you would hu them do unto you It IS not the routme classwsorlx, not the sxlent studs but the little extra thmgs vshnch create happy surround mgs A frnendls smnle, a helpful hand, a smcere mtcr est these thnngs brmg students eloser together, promote school splrnt, nmproxe the c1t1zens of tomorrov. 1n brmg elbout il better World e careful or she vull L non yu Be sa vr 'L .1 SIJLIS C , I 1.42 ' g' , - 'M 'nw rf. , - ., '. 3 , ,f r - V A ,, ' ' l .xl adorable thing as trash? . Wig,- l . . d o I 3 I y v 1 I Y, . . V . - K ' 1' I - 'A 1 A . ' 1 K. , . K . . I , fc 1 I ' ' ti 4 1, . K - B l all' l . , Q av f ,sywz if 2 0 f ...L -QPF. Ma: , ,, gbffis .,n"-,-fax "n,' 3"1 r 'iw-' 5.w3I"X2 ss" ?"3'4' " My 5 :F ki Ai, Z' V4.3 .X l Qt 'fav ,ca Q8 I, fa 1:9 '3,M4., S ,ev f M fu M"z'fa:, ' 5:2 ey' .gd -W 3 M6 Q' 1 Y 1 5 39"-sisv ' . ,rx if Q. W N ,J 6 esa' , ' ' 7 , if I 2 Y 'Q ez? ---- . . K l I . 1 ' N L Those who hid the fortitude .intl the desire to complete their high school education will I'C.llllC in the eoining ye,1i's what this edueation has meant to them. And. too. they will re.1li1e that this rrmd. wliieh seemed so dirh- , cult. w.1s predecessor to IDJITE' others. exen more dirri- 6 eult. llere in these final moments begins the adult life of every senior. The paths .md ways will differ. for the deeisions .ire lI1kllYlLlLl.lllf' made in plmning .1 life. But All have this in common: they have been prepared for XN'l1.lT.UYCl' m.iy follow this diy. Their future .ind the future of nmiikind lies in these young hands. Dr. li. lmiilx Hill im- presses upon iliiist- igr.itlti,itiiig :lite niiipwrt.iiitt fit ilitr luturt. as come arounal at lash id them .ire m.my iiiemiirits nil- wonderful times spent here .is they turn tu flee the future. Monk Askew takes the "pulse that , ,sv I L . rellrexliesf' luster llrevatte llelps prove llie old ad.1ge tlut nun descended from tlie nionkey. New Hanover Higli School students seem to find amusement by many odd means. Tree climb- ing appears to be one of these unusual occupations. A more normal recreation is ii coke break or even .1 quick ping-pong game. Botli of the latter muy be enjoyed in the well-equipped Student Union. But school is not all play, and the dismissal bell is n welcome sound. The National Honor Society taps juniors in the ing-pong tables are ll Student Union favorite. Spring ind Seniors in the Bains: 3 nllclnbcr of SCAQQI bf? . . . Qui? How nice it is tu see 3:17 roll around again! 20 Nantx' Stmall taps Roh Xlcliee at senior lliinor Society lndiittnins, the National Honor Society is the highest honor that a student can receive during the high school career. Members must possess high standards of character, scholarship, leadership, and service. The membership in this outstanding organization is limited. V 2, J ll. S t , , 1 , H O Vi ah. . , .V ,, f f4.I"" . nu H 's""' . -. ww Xow you lslnixx who were deterniinetl to get lh plelllrcs In lllc .'xxHHH.ll. The Ifootball I'inals Dance is well-known for its attractive decorations. The cheerleaders are responsible for this enjoyable dance which marks the end of each football season, and at which the IC.llTllS selection for Varsity Sweetheart is an- nouneed. Some people enjoy seeing themselves in print, and it is for those many people that the Lipper right picture is included. can e very enjoiyagle. st, M, 1,7 The cheerleaders prmide an inlertsting bath ground for the Tmihall Iinals Dance. C742 4 J .Q New Hanover High School prepares for the future. An important part of any student's life is the campus of his school. Since most of Ll student's social life as well as preparation for the future life takes place within a school, it is important for the campus to be as attractive as possible. New Hanover High School is proud of its campus and of the im- provements and additions to be made. One of the most familiar places to students is the walk between the main building and Brogden Hall. Flowers and shrubs beautify the walk along with benches given by different classes in past years. just off the walk is Brogden Hall where many of New Hanover High School's athletic events take place. lt is also given to the city for public use on certain occasions. This beautiful building greatly adds to the atmosphere around the school. ampus is fAe cenfer . . . The walk between the two main buildings is a lovely sight. I Wy' i ,. af X.. ,R 7' " 'J ' Q 5 , f'l,j'29iEi3 F M, Q, X ,, f -' ii' A ,,,.,wif'f' N I F -4 fggv'-iE':s-4'1" A ' ' ,Kring-wail Q Vw F115 v 5. 1 'UML AGM. 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The queen of the May is a new- comer in the court this year. Her lovely brown eyes are among her many assets, and her sweet smile is accentuated by adorable dimples. She is well-known around school by her many activities. She was chosen Battalion Sponsor of the R.U.T.C.. Varsity Sweetheart, So- cial Marshal, Best Looking in the senior class. As assistant head cheer- leader, she lends a certain sparkle to the varsity games. New Hanover High School is well-represented by its queen and hopes her reign will be a memorable one. of fAe air... Sally Christmas, a dark-haired beauty, was chosen Maid of Honor. Sally's neatness, wholesome good looks, and personality make her an asset to any group. Among her many activities, she has served as a Alunior Class Senator, Senior Class Senator, Member of the House of Representatives, and W'i.lilnIf Stail' member. She. too. is a newcomer to the May Court this year and is com- pleting her high school career with a very high honor. This year's May Court is superlative in every more attendants, Betty Key and 'Io Ellen Crabtree, way. The girls are not only selected for beauty, are both blondes - the only blondes in the court. but for well-rounded personalities as well. Almost Jo Ifllen is one of the newly chosen sophomore every form of student life is represented through Social Marshals, while Betty serves as a majorette the activities and services of these girls. The sopho- for the N.H.H.S. Band. 0 I gm more eauh u ary ourf . . . BI TTY KlfY ROSIC POTTLR KIANIQ HARDY Snjvlunrlrm' ,'llli'v1.f.ml 1 sf? lnrziur ,Mlumlinzf Swim Affrfzifufll -.Z 'C' A 1' f, TQ. lf! Martha Lee Begor, a newcomer to the court, and Rose Potter, a former attendant, represent the Junior Class. Martha Lee is an active member of the 1'Idl1Ull'!'.-Llll Staff and Rose has served as a Senator. The Hardy twins, Jane and jean, are back in the May Court for their third year. They head the F.B.I..A., one of N.H.H.S.'s most sue- cessful clubs. N.H.H.S. presents its most lovely girls in this year's May Court, a striking tribute to their charm and beauty. cannof Ae four: . ,Il .XX HARDY Xl.-XRTIIA Ill' BPCQOR elO Illl N CR.-XISTRII Svlliur .-lHi'r1Jt111I Inuiur ,'llfi'11.f.111l .SflfT!7III7IIHt' glllrrliftzrll 35 'iris 2 . Curriculum Admlnlstratlon and Faculty These are the teacher s boxes tlled on tl morntng wtth the usual accunnulat on of ad sslon sltps letters and n y la occupted thus same space for many scnool days wat Ing lor the lamtltar laces and or those new ones whtch soon become lamtltar frtendly chat among faculty members n these next few pages appears the faculty of N H H S frtend y advtstors helpful assustants most severe crttucs Thetr prtmary purpose re IS o ID l to the best of thetr a I knowledge nn seelung young m nds They are always present to eller and wnth the many and sundry problems plagu ng students and spealc wtth the vo ce of expertence In advrs :ng them tn theur questtons Now they may be able only to apprectate the help they are gtven scholasttcally but tn future years students can recall them lor th value of theur lruendshtp and place these teachers among that group consldered won derful people Long alter they have begun to trod thetr separate paths wall the stu ents remember the spectal frtends who helped them over rough terratn and starre them on the road to suce s . f l , r its mt , , ottces The 1 ve , e K t They have been the backdrop for many a O he t ' stul, b llty, 9 f 9 d d , 1 4 I I I 1 uw' 'ef-T ---""!'m' ,,,,,., s,,,,......s...... ,.. .Q ,f,,. ,....S..,,-- ..M, .... 1 gg'-, .-.... Mr. Dale K. Spencer Principal fjze desi leaalersAiP . . . 30 The administration is a vital part of every school. Teachers and students are important too. but without a com- petent administrative staff no organ- ization is at best. New Hanover High School is fortunate to have such an outstanding administration. The many school problems which occur daily are handled with expert care. The prin- cipal makes the most important de- cisions, while the assistant principal offers a helping hand. The assistant principal also supervises Student Con- gress work and other campus activities. . C. D. Ciurganus "xssisl.1iit Principal Ht-ad Sccial Studies lbepartziz 1 'rf Vlr lrud C pps Xrs I L .mt D an 11 Bu D un ut Cult The Dnrector of Gurdance helps stu Dean of Glrls check absences and approve dents select colleges and handles scholar excuses for tr1ps and appomtments The shup applncatnons The Reglstrar keeps school IS fortunate to have such an able school records and handles many other of admrmstratlve staff to counsel the students fice actn mes The Dean of Boys and the throughout thexr school careers ma es f e esf sc oo ss I lab I1 X Jn r, m x Xlr Thomas Xltl all R ,ll Jr Illldfl mn ur lm l 'sl 41 vi .J .1.ilis-1.' 4' r' 1 N c' A' i xii lli cl .1. ry. ffl . . . - f- - cs r r-.Y cn H-I . F' lk ,Q 1 vf"' ? ff' , Xlnw l V1.1 laylwl' Xlrx. I llnl I5 4vA+ ill Xlzw. IMEI lGw1m:11,1': N11. I-Mplz C.u'uV ,Mlx 1:1.g.l lhulwu Hull-1:5 Ill- fu l. .Xllmmul llullwu l lh1.l.x:.ml lMp.1r.xmm f-111,l.1f1ll fffnfzll 1 Hu l-lux X.f ffyf il N! ffff lill 1-'ff Lflfllf fff. 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I-lk' sILlLlcI1lx Ill mln- cl.lwx'mwl11x ul lml.1X c IIZINLIIIN xxlmx' wxumlnlm LllllI'Nk'N .uw rulmluzul till Xylltilil Q!'.1xlll,1lL'. l!1 Il1'K UJX L'XkZ'X ull! IN QIXUII lllu uppullllllllk lil k1Ilxl.I'X!,lI1nl llla lxlxly IL!Ihl.lINL'lH,llX Nl XLIUHLU. ,lllxl Ill- X. LNlXx1,1llX jf' I 5 Now you know what makes the human tick. quesfion nafure's won ers. Solving for an unknown is an exciting adven- ture each chemistry student must undertake. The experience gained during the year is important, as it makes this task less difficult. In the biology department all classifications of Mrs. lzszellc l.eCiwin Mrs. Mom-Ile Smith Chemistry Iiiiilfigy Sfmfenf CIIHIIQVFYS .fhlz icur Si'iz'm'r Cliff' ,A ff- .--9 Q plants and animals are diligently studied. The phx sical changes. energy changes, and exchanges in matter are of vital importance to the physics stu dents. The mysterious world of science provides interesting thoughts for all. Mr. Daniel Todd I'liywies. Senior Science 111.114 ml Hurifml uuif Sluifeuf Cnurl Aifzimr a Rfb in -0 ,,- Nlisx Mildred XVlllian1s liiulngy, Wkirld History lzmmr-Senior Prom Adximr "P - Q 1. ..,,.f" 1 - i ,, ,Ig 11 , f ii! if si ' E J L 'X"'bN r .-1 1, 'Q' ne musf fAinA . . . Xl: li" 1- fig? xiiiiiimi Xlrlt-' Nl.1thui11.1tiu ix .1 sciuncc in itself. but it ix 11111 Ht,11i.NI1t:1IJ, 11'i"t - I ,,,,,, 1 ga .1 SUp.lI'.1IC iJI'.lI'lCi1 of lt11o1x'lutigu which c,111 ht .ippliuti only in ccrt.1i11 i11xt.111um. Puoplc iii awry walk or lite .tml III uvcry occ11p.1tiu11 ticpcmi 1111 111.1th. sonic directly. xomc iiitiiirctly. Nl.1th I11.liI1 mins l1uL1wl1tJltix. rum htlsiiwxws, spcctis up inthlx trics, .md xx't1rl4s 111111 xcicnuc tu put Pl'UgI'L'SS into pX111criu.1. FXIJIII not unly pmvitiux .1 kimxxlctig uf iiuiiihcrx .md c.1lcul.1titms, but dcvcltipx th .ihility ui think. 111 rc.1wn. .iiiti to CUl1g'CIllI'.lIg Nh: Iiiiiiw li: 11 N1.1th. .ts xvcll .ix scicncc, is f.1st hccomiiig 1 Xlixlvri ll I'i1"t li 1'1'11:1 liiii. li 11:,f,' 4 ,,i,, f K xuhjcct of great potc11ti.1lity to those looking to thu future. The w.1i.1rics rcccivcti by m.1thcn1.1t ici.1ns .tru high, and thi: hours .lI'C good. if xiit NY'.1tisxu1rtl1 priwcs L1 gt'1i111ctry pr1vpiisiti1ii1. ir L11 K lS.1xlt' X1.1lh, L. N. Hu I 1 11 1, li. N,ti1111it1 Xligt-Iwi I 'es ey f Terry Sm.th, Bill Hartvog, and Joanne Hardison are fascinated by solid geometry projects. fo unclersfan . Under the instruction of experienced teachers, students progress from the fundamentals of math- ematics as far into the higher planes of this subject as is desired. Projects enable these students to illustrate and put into practical use the knowledge Xliss Xlaie Santltrs they have gained in the classroom. Besides the training received in a held which may provide a main source of income in future years, the students also develop the ability to think and reason, .1 talent which so few possess. :Xdsanetd .'Xligel1r.i, Xlrs. Xxlda sxinlti Xlrs. lfftiise Turner Cifiistinier Xlatli Xliss l loise Stott .'Xl,gehr.i ll, C --iisuiiicr Xlatli lll.lIlcfic'ul11c!ry' .xvtlflflfltll llffilfir Sm f.f' .llut-lata I and II filMll7HI.IVI nf ll.1if .1il.l 71 li fififfm l7l1'i'i'lml .l,l1 lim Swfifvoriifm films .lfi IXHP' limi fi I ffmirzlllti .l.lIlNlIl' 4 pn-fs '61 1-7 :-qv sq t, , gn: " r ,- f"? , fl., A l .-Y , -M 'Q W 1' V 2 .,xN,, 1 - 7 Q , 'Tj 5 ""' "' I rv 5 .. J Y' RQ tilglfp, ,lqflnfflb , -.ii J'--gf T'."f1'f - V, . . V L x , . I. . fit. f 1' F ,. fr' h g ff 1 2. . f Nlr. Wiilliam Bergeron Hrs. june Blllllilllglll Klr. Robert liroclt Hr. liitllmugh lfennell Xlrx, Maurice llurlum Government Modern History ci0YCl'I1IllCHl U. S. History Sociology l,m'tJIfirM1'r7IIlli'NI liullif Corner! Bmimws Yluiluul Lifllfifl Bum' ,fllfllrliu llwmzniinl Blriim Dux cTllJlVHIilll Nltuzugrr :lift iwr ,H.u1.lgt'r fjle fufure of fAe world. . . Since the beginning of time, when the earth first rotated on its axis, there have been continuous changes in both the inhabitants and the features of the earth. It is the duty of the social studies department to present these Changes in an interest- ing and educational manner. Special trips during school time are taken for the benefit of all the SILI- dents. One of the most interesting ones is taken to our nation's Capital where the government buildings are visited. : 5 w I'ol1tt-Chit-f lhldritlm sli-wus li onniv llardy .1 igas inasls on hom-r mint' 46 1 E' ': nt l7.ix of last it-.1 The students learn of the growth of democratic ideals and of the men who made this possible. The struggles of these great men and women are examined and compared with modern day situa- tions. The efforts of past generations make the world what it is today. In the same manner the people of today will influence the world of tomor- row. Newspapers, class discussions, films, and extra reading are included in the course to pro- mote interest and increase knowledge. This knowledge is displayed by means of projects and bulletin boards for all to enjoy. Government students take part in the annual Government Day held each spring. Various city officials for a day are elected from the many students who take government. These elected officials range from the most important city officers to jailer. This unusual day provides an interesting climax to an enjoyable year. einen s upon tAe Mr. john Scott Economics and U. S. History Oprrrlla Assistant Miss Rebecca Russ Government Burralanreate tual' i .Ji Mr. Bergeron points out a place of current interest on the map. 1 .f, X.. , " xt' 4 1- . -f-, -5 stutten ts of today. Mrs. Ruth W'arren English 12 and Government Future Tcarbrrx of Amerira 37 Miss Margaret W'illiams U. S. History Innior-Senior Prom Illilillf Class Antz isor 1 'as Q-4, C7 FK ss Frances lfnrmy-Duval Mrs. Margaret Brock Nlrs. Cordelia Cialpliin Miss Margaret Head Nlrs. lalage ,Ianits Head l' nglish Dept. lfnglish 9 and I0 lxnglish IU and lnglisli Ill I-inglisli IU iillizi' xvvllflllilf Cfuntril l.um'f1 und Hull .Iournalisni ll,umii'r1.1u Qld: mn 1.101411 .milH.1lI Amy Bruilfm .Wiulul Cnmrrlilln' Vfilifiuf ifkliiwr fflllfllllifffl Qm.'1.m.l Stroll fjze Power fo express onesey. . . Those who serve in the capacities of English instructors have much to teach the students under them. The primary purpose of the English course is to strengthen and increase the grammatical abil- ity of the student, not only in writing, but in speaking as well. The teacher improves and builds upon the foundation of grammar which has been gradually built along with the other knowledge of the student. lndividuality and personality expression are given vent through creative writing. Beginning with themes and working with gradient certainty through poetry and plays to short stories, the stu- dents are given opportunity to develop creative ability and talents of expression. Clubs and con- tests offer enticement and encouragement to aspir- ing young authors. As well as learning expression with pen and ink, the students, often unconsciously, are aided in more effortless public speaking. Anyone who can hold his own before an audience of friends and classmates seldom has difliculty in speaking to other large groups. Qualities of certainty, exactness, and unity of thought and speech are the products of honest etfort to become more adept at public speaking. 'S RX fc!-. U' 's .-7 Xliss Peggy N1-vor. Xliss liuili Skinntr Xliss Xlariha Slash Mrs. lxelyn Suu lnglisli lla l Hglisli I l niqlisli ll Iuglitli 111 ,mtl I1 l'w.l1nl1nr1 ,X1.lr1.lqn N.r1f'f'lifs C mf' lnfiln Iii ll-IU-I--' l'w.lni lmu H411 ix r V fnmffr I l.1-- I'i'.1x Ifu -juan I'l.1i U1-1 1.114 - 7 L.. 51 An exact replica of thc Globe Theater provides an interesting display cannof e overesfzmafe Literary treasures of the past and more modern works alike are placed at the disposal of the stu dent at this time when his absorptive powers are iar with the classics which have survived many decades of change and modernization and are still heading lists as favorite books and at the same time, hours of enjoyment are reaped from reading present day literature Appreciation of poetry is included with literature, and these poems leave At graduation, the student looks back with much appreciation at the teachers who have pre pared him for further study or a place in the world Q' C17 5' Xiiss Nirginia XX alsh Nllss Frances Westbrook Nliss Katherine Wicker Nlrs Helen Younger English ll English ll English ll and 1' Iznglish 10 Cornmmrnrlcnl Clmlrman Guidance Ofverdla Atmtaut Pulxllnfg Managrr 0 Iumor Plug 39 ' ' U 1 'Q i A1 X s .4 x ,. ' , ' I fl-f.' , -'Y ' . xf 'Ei ' I'- x , X 1 C at their height. Thus the student becomes famil- lasting impressions. S . . u 'I 4 , 1 . . U 4 . . it f bi- E" 4'9- 9-v Q7 Ltltsu. Iuhnson makes an msertlon ln tha. ledger ef lClel'1Ccy Nfrs litrnxtt lljuntrud Dntuuon and 'I ranstrxpuon Oihu .N13Ll1lllLS Hrull Cnrnrmnml D I Xirs ulm hurtnunn Shorthand fypmhl Iulun Bllxllltll Imulfr i hmm.: Alzlwr Xlrx llmor Harmllon liuslntss Kr: lllhtllg um, llil X Pruxgrrml C lhllrrlldll x rx xl.: nt 1 on ltltlttuplllg lin nn hlslfl-It: 40 an GCCMVGCH The commercml courses are desxgned for those students vsho plan to go mto the busxness vsorld and also for those who are lookxng for practxtal applxcauons of these courses These courses nn clude Busmess Arnthmetnc, General Busmess, Shorthand, Ty pmg, Bookkecpmg, and Othce Prat Ute The students OLE a good background m thtst courses and lf thex are nnterested m con tmunng the vsorlt thu max go unto adxmted branthts Sutral of tht LOl'11I'l1LI'Llll students strxt .ls sttrttarnts for the xarlous ttathtrs at sthool Through thus scrum xaluablc txpcrlcntt IS guntd Tu great mlux. of thxs tramnnsg IS Alu .ns cudent after sgraduatnon The txpeurxtcr une Wnllnams works away at the addmg machme are worf wor ang the addxng machlne, the dxctaphone, and the comptometer are among the many xmplements whuch become old frlends to the students after havmg studied the prmcxples and the operation A student must have a good background nn Engllsh to take shorthand Thus course ns a must for those students interested m stenographnc work It deselops their ablllty to transcrnbe meannng fully nn longhand and at the typewrnter One of the best waxs for a student to gam practxce IS by actually workxng Thxs ns possxble for those seniors taklng Office Practnce They are gxven school credit and a small salary for the tame spent m vsorkmg outsxde of school Ol' Nirs Rubs li Knut Twmx PBIA Publu Speaking Contact r Ruth VIcDonald Busmess Anthmctlc Business Englxsh Sr Play Pllbllflfj Manager Nlrs Marguerntc Owen General Busmcss and Shorthand Opnclla Bzmursv Manager Nlnss une Thomas Busmess Anthmetlc Tw ping I Cbrrrlgadfr ITLIIISOY if s 'lf 0 A boy works diligently in machine shop. refines! cgnclusfriahsfs . . . Industrial training is important to the student who wishes to receive an understanding of a sub- ject he may later choose as his vocation. In the industrial classes are gained the fundamentals of carpentry, architectural, metalworking. mechan- ical, and electrical nelds. The student determines the extent of his progress in the field he has chosen. In classes such as shop math. the students are faced with problems which are commonplace to men in various manual trades. The same tools which the tradesman uses are provided the students to enable them to solve mathematical problems. Through experimentation and demonstration. the basics of electricity are learned: and units such as motors. generators. and house wiring are studied and explained. Mr. litirgt XXti lliittn r -ii lr...1t.i.1tl 'PQ'- 4' el 42 l!itl11sl!l.llltll!t1Z. 'i Xlr. lialg-i lGir,it.i..s lSisi.' Xlai' .1-'.!1,.':t::if Xltials J 12- f-'A F 4 A ,f Q.,-r XC... Col. Dumay Gorham Mr. justin Kornegay Mr, Malcolm Nlclxod Nlr. Kenneth Wooten Mechanical Drawing Carpentry I and Il Machine Shop I and ll Acronautits I and II Cflamtnzm I.uun Swrnw Clzmlmin I.uu'n Siwirl determine fLe success o cz nafion. The mechanical drawing units range from letter- ing to blueprinting, and the course is climaxed with specialization in one Held. Likewise, carpen- try offers a course in which there is gradual pro- gression from a knowledge of the simpler hand tools to the use of the more complicated machine tools. General metals provides a basis for a career in metalworking. Designed primarily for those who wish to be- come machinists, the machine shop courses have much to offer the student entering any phase of mechanized industry. Students interested in any branch of aviation, be it navigation, meteorology, aerodynamics, or the aircraft engine itself, find that aeronautics may start them in a field which has great potentiality in this jet-age, this time of aerial explorations. The Industrial Department contributes much to the future of the nation as it trains the indus- trial workers of tomorrow. The saw is an important tool in any wondworl-ting course. as. Miss Mari' latlimp latin Head. loreign Language Department 1.dfHl Cliff: 'Dv 'i if nl'- K gli 29" Q1 Miss Pal Archbell l.atin l and ll Ofu'ri'llii Pnlrln ifx Mizllalei r Xliss Nlary liellarny Spanish. Lf. S. History Ir. P145 Cynthia Vann helps make the latin classroom more attractive. GfAer lancls grow c oser. A little imagination and a desire to be able to decipher the strange words and phrases of other lands are the two main requirements of the foreign language student. Since the people, customs and tradi- tions, and individual countries are studied as well as the languages, the student becomes familiar with neighbors to the south and east and with the conquerors and builders of the past. Through Latin the student discovers how a great part of the old world was settled and civilized by Caesar and the Romans, learns of the great store of literary treasures given us in Caesar's writings and Roman myth- ology, and sees the contributions to the world of an empire which has long ceased to exist. The beauties of Paris are discussed along with the story of Jeanne de Arc in French classes. And in Spanish classes South American prob- lems are discussed. to offer. both realization of a wish to be abl: to speak in a tongue other than ling- lisli and an understanding of people of other nations which makes them no different from us. Nliss -lcanzie Nut sir.:-ia Nlrs. Wiurth Xlaynartl l rench. l ngli li liim fit 'nf i The foreign language classes have much ,ff Spanish Sfldllllll Flnli -H par Hr. Loyd Hudson Vocal Music Ofn'n'!f.1 Mr. Hudson directs u:c.il music students. jAere is music or every occasion. A student may realize his life's ambition or simply find enjoyment in music. In either case New Hanover High School provides excellent opportunities in both vocal and instrumental music. Those interested in the vocal field may take part in the glee club, the mixed chorus, or the Hanover Singers. The New Hanover High School Band and the R. O. T. C. Band are available to those students who are attracted by instrumental music. The music groups present concerts, perform for various organiza- tions, .ind extend good will on the part of the school. And the band plays on Ur, lretl liiiiilriiiglii l'r.1ntl funuti ,Xfniii fmii.l1r1.lli,i- 45 Vai? T f 2 IQ .IT 11 HNJF L llr 1 .11 L -1 1 wr 1 I U xx Tln IlbI'll'X othrs xcllxmon through rudnng md sgruuc for thosg studgnts LSPLLIIHX mtnrusud 1n books I uh M r mon md more mu rnmtnrlmls IFC. zddnd to thu llbrirs xslth topnns N lrlcd uumrdlxng to tha xsndn murnsts of mln studnnt bo x The sgmors hnd thy llbrxrx 1 trgasurg Lhgst oi lmoxslgdgg uhm the. IIIUL norms for rgsurgh PIPLYS Thg amor Inxghsh Llmssns Q0 to thg llblllk durms, Lllss pgrlod IDL so all :Img studnnts hug thu OPPOTIUDIIX to usg thxs m ormltmn SILIIJLIIIS mu tlhv. lnbnlrx sgrxm for om unit Lrg Thus mlkus If possibly for sludunts to .Juomn lxltu 1 lunnud Xxllh the lnbrnx md mln. mmm 1x1tLs 1 0 tm Lsg mnux xssnstlms uv. J nh m s thu llbfllx md xxo L L Lx out Lountu I lb 1 1 nd than fgllmx studgnts II1 lonmon of m.s.dv.d l'l1lfLI'lllS slw ng x 1 u lL md 1 knoxxlgdgg of ln ru fungtnon Yea Ing 1714175 CUPS O eVllOKyl4'leVlf' L1 klil XL 'NITIUHXIN L L IILH' L IUILL 46 lliere is nothing like pinictice lu i'rep.ire for the IL.tt:re. ooLing anal Sewing can Ae fun. Following the old .id.1ge tlnt .1 wom.1n's pl.ice is in the home, many girls prep.ire in high School for .1 llOl11CI'I1.llill1g career. Tliey work hard during the courses in sewing .md cooking in order to learn to use the tools of practical housekeeping, flood grooming .iceomimnies their le.irning to sew, .md m.iny girls benefit from the good .ldviee .ind grooming tips olfered them. Child care is .ilxo .in integral p.irt of the home. .ind the girls taking home economics .ire given excellent opportunities fronq the lmmiy nqqdlg IU the wrmfilq gqvying in this training through observing in the nursery inacliine. from the s.iucep.1n to the pressure cooker. .Ind assisting with the young children. Xlrx. Xl,ir:.iret llziilwii Home l eoiioiniew Ill Nlrx. ,Imepliine Wvriiglit e,id. Honiefl c. lJep.irtmeiit lliiim' l Uffiillllllt Wilrlir. Cbiiliflzllii Xlrw. Yiirin liiyntx Xliw Cirolyn lltiltex llifnii llolm Hl.1l'.ii X1rx. Inez kill f!l,li'iiYl,IVf Nurxery School ll me leoziiniiiu I .ind II fi' .lrr1tiii.1 Nur-ery' Sch J i A L4 " ' ' 'ri N" fr Spy' 'P 'Y I X1 iss li ulli Spent t' llilwlt l. llible Il lllffli fluff Xlorning Deuitiiiimils .ire held .it Trinity Nletliodixt Church. fjle goodgooe gui es all This course supplements the knowledge students have learned through church and Sunday school work. A better understanding of the Scriptures and the Christian way of life is the goal in this class. The Bible is the basis for all study. The only prerequisite for this course is a sincere desire to under- stand the Bible and the religions based upon it. The morning Devotionals held each morning at Trinity Methodist Church are some of the projects of the Bible students. These are of great benefit to all who are interested. fsfuclenfs furfAer arfisfic adikfcy. 'K' '-I". A ' ' 'N V 55 4' l i 'v rv The art students are everybody's friend. Artis- 'f 'H I" X.,,"4 tic talents are shared with the other members of Us 'ii I i 1 - 3 r lf . the school through posters, decorations for almost .,f". .' "TJ I any occasion. Attractive display eases for the l 4 4 V ' X l halls are made for all to enjoy. There are three . Q-sf fr courses offered for the students who are talented and interested in art. I 1 I .A .i.i , 'ge ini ire' uccess rewards clramafic effort Dramatics and speech arts sometimes combine to give us some of our most enjoyable moments at New Hanover High. Often students appearing in the plays have gained self confidence and a better understanding of drama from these classes, while the dramatics classes work behind the scenes to prepare the scenery and help with the costumes and make up before the curtain goes up on opening night. """'vn-.. wx. i nj v-9 Mr. Doug Wi. Swinlt Drama and Speech Tfnwfylurl f1LlliVlV Phu Dirvrlor Pat Bryant, Leon kloyner, Barbara Single- tary. and Martha Lee Begor learn the art of applying make-up as they participate in one of the many activities directed by Mr. Doug Swink. Head of the Dramatics De- partment. The group won the State Award at the Carolina Dramatics Play Festival at Chapel Hill for the best scenery design, best costuming, and best play production. This adds another outstanding feather in the achievement cap of New Hanover High School. xjag way safefly saves ives. The driver education course is designed to make the young people behind the wheel more safety conscious. Since young people lack the experience of older drivers, these students try to supplement the dehciency with precaution and obeyance of the traffic laws at all times. Besides learning to oper- .lte an automobile, young drivers must know the trafiic laws and learn the unwritten rules of courtesy on the highway. The instruetor explains automobile mechanism. in 4:- V ivff 'KT- fi , ,.. EJ. . fl , 'aff I' ' ' 1 I , 1 X ' 'lj I gre? 1 ' Mr. Tired wiilllJI11S Driver Ifdueation 'I llfkfljtlll Play .floitlinll 51 '-- T? S if I X r lem lime, en Xir asper Dans Xlr Cseoree Hardee 'x C :lun an 'xlrs lean Tlllltt reelor 11 xx sie x x e I l e lledl S llxsu l lxx sleal l dueatl rn l hx sleal l dueatlon I due 111 1 xwxluul C mu 1 xxzxltull C mn S llxslm x 1 I me lxxfxltulllnm 1 xerczse as a Aealf cy Pasffame The phx snexl dex elopment of a person ns as xmportsnnt as hns mental grovx th The Pl1SSlC3l Educa txon depxrtment seeks to dexelop the eoordxnnuon, cndurmce, and skulls of the students through xsell orglnxzed pllx B.1slxetb1ll, tennxs xollex ball and tumblmsg trxmlng 1re not all the student TCCCIXCS dur mg the eourse of 1 xelr The xnstruetor 'Also stresses the Cl110IlOI1ll dexelopment of the student ln lelxtxon to l'lll119ell md others Flrst 11d ns tlught so tlnt the students xxlll be xxell equlpped to lnndle mx sntmtxon thlt mlx lrxse requnrung thus lxnoxxledge The lmportnnee of good sportsnmnshxp rs impressed upon the student He learns to be 1 good loser .15 xx ell as ll good xun nel beeluse lf IS not the xxlnnlng of the mme but the xx I3 ln xx lneh lf IS p .ned thlt mxlxes lf enjoxlble lootlull plsxxers don tlxelr unnurmx Ill preplrnltrx Iur J pmellee session :O f T5 'pn : : Q . 1 'Q , s ', . , .. s "' .- - 'A .ff- M J X H' . 'B Vu-Q11 , Z.,-3 ,r V , 1 f ' f Aill frlr 2 F. Aff! 3.jKff'5V :f.,.'.'., 3 gi .Ji VV fy o:-Az, - 'Y-.4 s 'fhfillflsf al ,l. .-4 'd' . .il ' " . . " " .1r. f " Lx' . " lin 't 1' Pl I' 'ul Phi' :xl fl ' ion U, ' wry ' U' " Q ' R , ' I' A' 1 s ' , U 'ul gl T f xl T fl U. url' U. rl. ,'l.'x llrlll U 'fr x .' f 'f I O I ll Q s V -' -t s - s ' ' I - ' V V ' I - ' s 1 s K ss - s V ' ' L X- 'A V - ,. '- s V V V , ' V V . ' ' ' s . s ' V - A . . . I . . . V , t . K . , I I x 1 . v1V x . ' x . 1 v x x I I -sg ' ' s'g s l ' 8' ' L K st- s - V' s Vs,s ' ss K s , V .' . ' , , V . ' , , ' ' . 1 A K '. . , , , K . Q - . , , . . x jx x I i I f h - v V. K K x T s - s - s ' ' V' ' , A K KL ,Q , ' - ls, . - s- ' s ' V s , . Q? ,..-. ,Q nz , 'Q 113 1 fr' e 1 -N I -" , A ' Nlr. Alton Wirigllt Iiistributive lducati-in DI- cfflflhllflilfflf Ill. fffnlv llarbara Sneeden, an able lil student. is busily at smirk. jAere is no sudsfifufe or experience. Distributive Education students are acquainted with the many job opportunities .available in the selling Held. In the present economy system there are unlimited number of jobs in salesmanship. Stu- dents enrolled in a DE course are given the opportunity to gain business experience and complete a high school education at the same time. This on-the-job training program allows the student to spend .approximately twenty hours a week gaining actual business experience. Not only do the students re- ceive an hourly wage, but also preparation for the future. Diversified Occupations students receive training by working in an industrial concern at any of a large group of jobs. Both juniors and seniors are allowed to participate in this program which enables them to earn a small salary as a great deal of valuable information is learned. Xlr, Cilennon C, llrmxn Percy llrasvvell undcrtalws ilu- dillieull task uf rcpairmg .1 television set. ' I on n Diversified Occupations IJOCfmir.l1nalm' . 0-v Mrs. liarclay Iodiir IM lillarl Hrs. Zylphia lirinson Yrfwuf .XYIIVNU aloagle assisfanfs are . . . Some of the busiest members of the high school are the capable assistants who are always ready to lend a helping hand. Under the direction of Mrs. l.odor, dietitian, the cafeteria and union staffs pre- pare tasty, well-balanced meals for the students and faculty. The foods range from hot dogs and french fries in the Student Union to complete meals in the cafeteria. XY'hen students are hurt or Xlrs, .leant-ne ,limes Cili VL sick, Mrs. Brinson, the school nurse, is the person to see. The infirmary is .1 small scale hospital to take care of most any complaint which arises. Mrs. Jones, the ofhce clerk, willingly gives infor- mation about lost books, lost articles, or school activities. Xlrs. Mitchell not only acts as an eth- cient secretary to the principal, but also shares her knowledge of oflice practices and problems. Xlrs. Cienexa 5. Xlilchell il ..f Sii'rif.ni Q4 u i, Ir: . ,Q I if A .1 Thu gludcm L'mi,y1 supplies .xlmist any form if ,Xdults drise many uf the schiwl buses. There is Jlways an .ippealing dzsplax it In d ini rtiireshment. iris sliaiufll- Hr, l.t-nn Sulliuin I ii-lo.fi.iu The j.1cls-of-.ill-trades .it New ll.lI1OYClf High School is Mr. SLllllY.ll1. the custodian. Xlr. Sullivan, along with his .1ssist.mts, makes cert.1in that the h.1lls .ind classrooms are clean, that the radiators are working. .Ind that many necessities at the school are cared for. XY'ithout the cafeteria and Student Union help to prepare the meals. the school could not get along. These people .ire always on h.1nd when needed to clean up or hx the food. Another group of assistants :it New Hanover High School is the bus drivers. Many students who live in rur.1l districts depend on the bus drivers for tr.1nsport.1tion to school. l cz necesszfcy af . . . . lreiich fried potatoes .irc .1 Student L'nioii llundrtds of dislits .ire xuishtd da specialty. The huilding is .llXY.lyS kept clean. e.ifeteri.1. N. -mann .1 I 53 3. M5 A , -""' ff 4--ou., A ,Mak is-r ff 'Q' ill 1-1. -17 iv Y 46 fi - -A-.JUS Classes Deserted by teacher and student alalce he empty classroom reposes an ats moment ol solatude The last echo ol footsteps and turnang pages has ded away as the duslny twa agha enters through the closed wandows Tomorrow the room wall be lalled wath the sounds of those who come to prepare lor ah future Through ats door wall pass the students soon to enter the adult world Each peraod spent wathan these walls wall place another stone an the constructaon ol character and knowledge to ready the students for the l n ed for goal Another tame wall land the classroom as de serted as now waatang for ats scholars Wath the sunlaght dancang an bars on the floor wall come the resume of studaes and once agan the sounds ol a busy classroom Among the lamalaar faces there wall be new ones and there wall be some students who can not r turn but who leave heh nd many happy memoraes G L A y X' , , ' - 9 ov. A ' J FX I I, -' , F lf, ff' W0 Commg down the Semor Steps are the class othcers Dorothy Murray, Srrrelary, Edgar Garrabrant, Prrsldznf, and Nancy Manton, Vue Pr: mimi That sophomore year yynll the Semors eyer forget those first classes and those feeble yet hope ful attempts to master new subjects, thenr first hugh school exammatnon yyeek, those hxdden class rooms, the hundreds of strange faces, the maze of corrndors and stanrs, or thenr hrst twnrp dance' Somehovy they suryny ed the nevy ness of xt, for they had eaeh other, and they had made close frxends Summer passed too qunckly, and thev yyere back for a second year at IX H H S full of determma tnon and resolutnons and short cuts They yyere noyy ln the syymg of studymg and begmnxng to see some connectnon betyy een courses Feelmg yery eyperneneed, they looked upon the confusxon and uneertamty of the shy sophomores yynth dehght Soon they presented thenr hrst class play eheered unuor Sennor lrom lyteutement and enthusnsm rm l1ly.,l1 18 they yyere melsure for then' elyss rmgs for they yye-re soon to be real semors A e elyss of S9 one year didnt seem fyr ayy Then hnllly thyt glornous day arrnyed one fall and the Heyy sennors proudly paraded up the senior steps that hrst day At last tl ey had many yy on derful prnynleges yy hneh they somehoyy neyer found D6 time to use School at N H H S had become more than mterestmg as they practncally hyed m the hbrarxes workmg on research themes How they remember those endless lmes of Chaucer and Shakespeare and that sohd geometry that seemed to be taught 1n Greek' They studned hard but xt yyas well yyorth the tame as they applxed to colleges and took entrance exammatxons Then sprmg arrxyed and myxtatnons were or dered, measurements yyere made for caps and govyns Hnal preparatnons yyere bexng made for future jobs and colleges, and many of the semors got the exentmg nevys that that bug scholarshnp yy as theirs As the end of thclr hugh school careers approaehed, they sayy theur last play, thenr last sehool dlnee, attended those last mmute parties, and snened an endless number of llllllflllfltllly llnyl exymnnatlons eame too qulekly and then they hyd 1 short tame to yy ander tle halls of 'N HHS remembermg the three glorious yelrs spent there At last graduatxon yy 15 upon them Theur hcmrts poundlng they grasped those dnplomxs ughtly 'Noyy baek doyyn those old steps of 'X H H S and out Into a neyy yyorld they go full of ambutxon and zeal af . 5 .T' ' ' X, , .X y . . . - I V I. 1 y 1 yn . v A l Y - Y ' ,Y . . 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I 62 E BROWN G Bkowx P BRYANT F Buck P BUTLIR P Cfwlfus ELEANOR ANN BROWN House of Reprcsentatnves 2 Secretary of Sophomore Class French Club 7 3 Gosernment Club 4 Future Teachers 4 fPubl1clty Chanrman 3 Assistant Stage Nlanagtr 35 Nhxed Chorus 2 Tvurp Dance Committee GEORGE W ILLIAM BROWIN Gosernment Club 4 Football Team 3 4 Baseball Team 4 Latm Clu GRACE DAVID BROWN Nhxed Chorus 3 Gxrls Glee Club MARETTA BROWN House of Representatives 35 Government Club 45 Scribblers' Club 4: Future Homemakers 23 FBLA 2, 3, 45 Oice As- sistant 3g GAA 2. VIRGINIA FAYE BROWN SANDRA KAY BRUTON Buble Club 3 Government Club 4 FBLA 2 3 4 Nhted Chorus 3 4 Gxrls Glee Club 2 GAA 2 3 4 CTreas urer 41 WILLIAM J BRYAN qJAcKp Scnbblers Club 2 VIC Club 3 4 PARKER HOPE BRYANT House of Representatxves 2 fSOCl2l Commntteeb Execuuve Commxttee 4 fSecretary of Hospntalntyj Government Club 4 Scnbblers Club 3 4 FBLA 4 fSecretary to Teacherj Office Assnstant 4 ROTC Sponsor 4 Junnor Class Play 3 Twnrp Dance Commlttee 2 fDecoratxonsJ Latm Club 2 EDGAR ALTON BUCK QEDDIEJ Football Team 2 3 4 jumor Class Play 3 KENNETH ROY BUIE JAMES RICHARD BUIS RUSSELL THOMAS BURNEY QBUSTERJ Government Club 4 Band 2 3 4 CState Band Contest 2 3 -U ROTC 2 3 4 Oflicers Club 4 ROTC Ball Com mittee 4 Latm Club 2 WILLIAM MARKEY BURRISS QBILLYJ ETHEL AWB. BUTLER Spanish Club 3 4 FBLA 7 lnflrmarv Assnstant 4 Student Umon Assnstant 3 PATSIE RUTH BUTLER Latm Club 7 FBLA 3 4 Cooperatne Training Offlce Pram. tice 4 xllKCd Chorus Nlatlonal Honor Socxetb 4 PASCAL SXVANN CAMAK QPETEJ House of Representatives ' Gowernment Club 3 Thesplans ot Hanoser 4 Hanoser Smgers 3 4 Operetta 2 XIlKCCl Chorus 7 unlor Class Plas 3 CVIIOYS ' : 4 , , . ' ' . Y ! ! ! ! - Y . , . , Y - S . o ' , Q , A . , . . Q 1 ' 3 3 . , . 5 ' . -. I H. . . - - ' ' ' : , , , 1 Z v v I Q ' Q . - - ' . 7' , , -. y . s . Y -. L - Y I Office Assistant 33 Hanover Singers 3, 4: Operetta 2. 3. 4 I . " - ' , ' . - ' 1 A '. - - . s -: , : ' . v4 I 7 ' , -. f Y ' -: . 9 ' ' '- , . 1 . , . ' , . ' n. ' ' - , -. v - s - - -w 1 . ' 2, : ' b 2. . " " -1 ' Q ' ' C ' v C . 5. 49 . I - . , . l . ' . , -- , . -,j 1 . o 2 n l O YS KATHLEEN CANIEROY Cxournnnnt Club 4 Fururt Homcmalters EBL-X CHARLES DONALD CARNIEN QDONNIEJ H 1 lu! Staff mC1nulauonJ Latm Club 7 lStrp,V.ant .mt Arms! Cournmtnt Club 4 ROTC 1 4 Othttrs C lub a A tar R lu rl Tu ARCHIE KEINNETH CARNIICHAEL X Club 4 Band 4 ROT LINDA CAIL CARPENTER North Augusta Samor Hugh Sghool North Augusta South Carolma GAA 7 NHHS Futurc Homtmaktrs Puturt Ttaghtrs 7 Nurstrx Sthool Asslstant 4 JAMES OZBORN CARR QJIMMYJ Cournmcnt Club 4 ROTC 3 4 Othurs Cub 4 Strgtants Club 3 Capg Fear Rxflu 3 4 WILLIAM EX ERETT CARR QBUSTERJ Tluspmns of Hanuur 4 Thtsplan Plas 4 ROTC Baskttball Ttam 7 lunxor Class Plas 3 TON Y T CARTER ROTC 7 4 Oihcers Club 4 Sergeants Club Cape Fear Rxtlts ROTC Ball Commlttee fDtLorat1onss NIARGARET KATHERINE CARTIN Houst ot RCPFLSQDIJKINCS 7 Blblc C ub l L Prtsldtnt 3 Chanrman of Bullctm Board Commnttu. 47 -X 3 4 LSKLYCIJI' 3 Prcsnclcnt 43 Natlonal Honor Soutu 4 Crls State 3 Coxcrnmtnt Dax qhsnstant L1 hrarun fl ANNA LYNN CHAPMAN Homtroom Chaxrman 4 Goxcrnment Club 4 Snrnbblcrs Club 3 Futurt Homtmaktrs 2 Future Teachers 2 FBLA 4 fScLrctarx to Teacher 43 Latm Club 2 Opcretta Xlxxcd Chorus 3 Gxrls Glet Club 7 Nlajorctte ROTC Sponsor 4 ROTC Ball Committee flnutatlonsb lumor Smlor Prom Commlttgt 3 ALBERT ALBEIN CHIEMIEGO QBERTJ Ioorball Ttam 4 Baseball Tam 7 3 4 Latm National Honor Souctw 4 XX E CARR T CXRTIR XI CaRT1x A L Cnwxnx A -X Cmrxufoo O Av A A Av . 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CARR - he enlOl'S PATRICIA ANN CHINN HARRIET CLARK COLE F A 1 5 4 SALLY FRANCES CHRISTMAS House of Representatnes " IJUdlCl2l'y Commnttcej Sena tor 3 4 CSocxal Actnxues Commntteej Co ordmatxng Com mlttee 4 Wxldral Staff 4 lReporterJ FBLA 7 Mmed Chorus 3 Girls Glec Club Z Tvurp Dance Committee " fDecoratnonsI umor Semor Prom Commxttee 3 Ilnu tumsl May Court 4 fMa1d of Honorj Max Daneu. Com mnttcc 3 lDecorauonsI Lnght Bulb Sale 3 MARTHA LEE CLARDY QTOOTSIEI Scrnbblcrs Club 2 Futurt Homemakers 2 '4 fMothcr Daughter Banquetj FBLA 3 4 1Sccretary to Teacher 5 4 Business D w Work Project 3 43 Ofhce Assxstant 4 Opcretta 7 3 Glrls Glee Club Latm Club WILBUR CURTISS CLARK FBLA 7 3 Trade and Industrw Club 2 NIORMAN HOBSON CLEMMON S FBLA 4 ROTC 2 3 4 Omcers Club 4 Sergeants Club 3 Cape Fear Rlfles " 3 ROTC Ball Commlttte 4 Senator 3 rHosp1tal1u Commxttec Scrapbook Commntecl Socnal Marshal 4 Ilzldral Staff 4 4ReporterI Scnbblers Club 2 FBLA 4 tDelegate to State Comentlon Chaxrman ot Entertaxnment Committee of Sock Hopj Mxxecl Chorus 3 Mayorette 3 4 fHead Majorette 45 umor Semor Prom Commxttce 3 tlnutatnonsj FRANCES HALYBURTONI COLEMAN House of Rcpresentatnes 4 fSoual Commnttecj Spanish C u 3 4 fClass Chanrman 43 I-BLA 3 fSccrcurx rn Teacher 4j Girls bloc Club 2 Latm Club 2 Gonrnment Club 4 IANIICE FAYE COLLINS CAA 2 JOYCE HELENE CONGLETON NIC Club 4 GAA JAMES RAYMOND COOK QIIMMYI B n 3 4 IState Music Contest 3 4 Dance Band Latxn Clu 2 RO C 3 4 Officers Clu Sergeants Club 3 RJdl0 Club 4 P Cmxx S Cmusrxms X C1 ua x XX CIMUI N CIIVINIONS H Coll F Couxux I COIIINS I CONGIITON I Coon O I l I I 1 v , V I I I BL -, , . j . : I . , 5 ' . 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Tmglnrs 7 '4 C urls Glu Club ROTC Sponsor 4 Do.lLp.,au Lu lmsurn IRISIYILC I 'NCSC Conunuon 3 umor Clams lln 1 Tvurp Dnmv. Conmmtn ' tlkumrauormsj umor Semor Prom Commune lCl1Jll'I'112ll1 ot Ikgorarxny., Cummxtngj WARRICK DOUGLAS COOPER Nl Coomk XX C Coomn NIC Club 4 ROTC Snrgeants Club 'v H Lou C CRAIG WILLIAM CLIFFORD COOPER JR QBILLYJ ROTC 1 4 Cape Fur Rnllgs 9 CSLCYLKJYS of Cubl B CRLx1P X R CRov.11L ROTC Ball Commlltu. 3 Goli Tam 7 3 -5 Yalgntxn CUUFY 3 Audio Ynsual Ands Club 4 ROTC " 3 Sgrgeants Club 3 1' . " 'zffllk - ll ' A . 11 4" f ' 'MU' J .c'c"' 'V 1' ,l .O - . '- Cin'-f' --O' C ' fl' ' . " . f - fwl' ' I .l" ' 1-V lflm' rm b' f " 1' I 'll -lm' ' J l . . . , : '. Ax l ' pn . L' ill fl ll fu Ju-p If gli, I- fl IJ lf- ' lfl' Ill' v -. ,, .I A' ' ' " 2: Q Q '- 1--5. 3 ,'-'- - --sp: ir: It , - nlzl' . - j U' 3 'z 3 L. Y ' . 32' . .,-.--v-ly ' XT ' 2: ' : . .. . Q. . ' '- U' A", ' ' V. ' V: J ' - .x,., Us .' .. ' Q ' A .. L I .. ' b 1 I ' i ' ' ' , v, 1 , , : Z' 3: l , Y' . . 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Dnrtetors Committee 4 FBLA 7 3 Student Union Assnstant 4 Nlxxed Chorus Cxrls Glee Club 2 Iunxor Semor Prom Commune SAIN DRA LEE CROSS lkxceutne Committee 4 fSccruarx of fxnanttj Arts and Crafts Club 7 Buble Club 3 Latm Club 7 Llght Bulb Sale 3 School Store Assxstant 3 Sthool Store Nlanager 4 Natnonal Honor Socnetx 4 IN IIN A REBECCA CROWELL B b e Club 3 Latin C ub Spanish Club 4 Future Teachers 7 J FBLA 3 Tvurp Dante Commxttte 3 lDec0 ratnng Commltteeb BREIN DA DAIL CRUNIP House of Reprtsentatnes ' I udnuarw Conmuttttb I'lUI'l'lL room Chaxrman J 4 Coxernment Club 4 Future Home makers 3 FBLA 3 4 lDcle5.,att to State Connntxon Bulletin Board Committee Fwecutnc Countll Co Chaxrman of Nlonex makmg Commntteeh Studtnt Umon Asslsunt JUDITH GRAHAVI CUNIBER QJUDYQ Homcroom Chaltman 3 FBLA " 4 Nllxed Chorus 3 Cnrls Cltc Club 7 Checrleadtr I 4 fCha1rman of Bullcun Board Commxttee 43 Football Fmals Dance Commnttct 'G 4 BETSY CLARK CURRIN Spanish Club 7 3 Gournmcnt Club 4 Office Axsntant BURNELL PARKER CURTIS St cncc Club KATHRYIN ANN DAIL FBLA 3 4 Xhvced Chorus '4 4 Gxrls Cvlce Club DENNIS A DAYIELS ROTC Sergeants Club 3 Cape Fear Rifles ROTC Ball Commlttee 3 Basketball Team ' 4 Tcnms Ttam ' QPIIOYS v 7 v v I Cuvml R B. Cumux B. CURTIS K. DAIL D. LDANIIIS A . T . . 1 ' ' , A ' sm ' , . .. , e -2 4, I . .I V E . K X -. M :'A . S. - - , ' ' ' -.: ' ., -, g 3 . .' J: , Q - J. Y 1 ' V ' .' A 'Q " 5 V 3. 43 Hanover Singers 3. 4: Opcretta 3, 4g Girls' Glec Club 2. -: 2. : -1 Z -Z ' - 3 ' L Y V ' 'i ' 2, 3. i l 2, : ' Tl 2: . ' ' 2 -. ': 1 ' ' ' ' ' - - ' A 'A Y - . ' . 4 ' 'T V . . . w A I - ' ' .. : 4. V v , . ' ' A A . A . 1 ' 1 ' - : A . ' A " ' 3. 4. 2. 3: ' : ' 2. 3: . .- ' ' , - -: -. 3, : . ' : ' ' A ' 3. -4. - -. 3, 4. O I l I 1 3 Lk ELSIE JEAN DAVIS FBLA 3, 4 1Secretarv to Teacher 45' Office Assistant I. .IAMES CAMERON DAVIS Izxecutive Committee 4 1Secretary of Financej' Audio' Yisual Aids Club 2' Thespian Play 3 4 QLighting7' Stu- B nd 2, 5, 4 KY. C. State Solo and Ensemble Contest -. Ifastern N. C. District Band Clinic 3 Band Council 3 State Music Contest 2 3 43' Amateur Radio Club 4' unior Science Symposium 33 unior Class Play 3 4 fLightini,J: Senior Class Play Z, 3. 4 1Lighting . JULIA FAYE ROOKS DAVIS FBLA 3' VIC Club 4. KATHRYN ARLENE DAVIS udicial Marshal 5' Government Club 4' Thespians of Han- over . I 4- Carolina Dramatic Festival 2 4 4First Prize in Stage Design ZJ' Thespian Play 4 QStage Nlanagerj' - fice Assistant 3 4' unior Class Play 5' Latin Clu 2. Thespians of Hanover 4' Thespian Play 4' ROTC 2 . ' Rifle Team 3. W il lull Assistant 2. AI. DA' J. DAVIS J. C. Dfxvis B. EBLnsoLi. B. Eur NS D. Euiss F. Erriitu M. J. E1.l,itls C. Ei.i.is CHARLOTTE WRAY DEXTER Staff 3 fCirculationJ' Scribblers Club 2' Ofhcc 43 Latin Club 2' Mixed Chorus 3. K. Davis j. Dugs L. EDLNS S. limixs H. ELLIS R. Etmoiu 0 I V Y X l - ' .l . . 71 Iv V V , . Of . .I . b I Y I 1 dent Union Assistant 2, 5. 43 Operetta 2, 3, 4 fLightingJg JOHN THOMAS DEES .1 i ' . . . . . 3. 4. , . . . .I I - ' l I I ! I I I its LYNDA DURANT House of Representatnes 2 Future Homemakers 2 Future Teachers 2 FBLA 4 Gxrls Glee Club 2 WILLIAM CARTER EBERSOLE QBILLQ ROTC 2 3 Sergeants Club 2 3 Football Team 2 BETTY SUE EDENS FBLA 2 Cooperatne Trannxng Ofhce Pracuc 4 GAA DON REED EDENS Football Team 3 4 Baseball Team C DEXTIR L DLRANT R Encr P Envanos T Evflxs G FALES 3 69 1' e n l O YS LARRY GORDON EDENS Football Team 3 4 lCo Captam -H Basketball Team 4 Baseball Team 2 3 4 Semor Supcrlatne 4 Olost Ath letmcj SYLVIA LAVERNE EDENS Homeroom Chanrman Hanoxer Smgers 3 4 Operetta 3 4 Gnrls Glee Club 2 GROVER RANDOLPH EDGE FBLA 2 ROTC 2 3 Scrgeants Club 3 PAMELA KAY EDWARDS QPAMJ Rners Hugh School Charleston S C Nhxcd Glee Club 7 NHHS Cnoxernment Club 4 Future Homemalters 4 FBLA 3 4 fStatc Secretary 4 Corresponding Secretary 45 Nlnted Chorus 3 Twxrp Dance Commnttec 3 fDecoratnonsj lunnor Sennor Prom Commnttee 3 CRefrLshmcntsj THOMAS EDMOND EFIRD II QEDQ Homeroom Chairman 2 Social 'vlarshal 4 Latm Club 2 qParlnamentananJ ROTC 2 3 Sergeants Club3 Rnfla. 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PEARL DIANNE GRIEEITH ELIZABETH GLOVER GRAVES QBETTYQ WILLIAM LEE GRISSOM, JR. Thespian Play 2: Future Teachers 2, 3, 4: FBLA 3, 4. MORING ELBERT GRAVITT . MARY ELLA GUTHRIE CUXA 2. House of Representatives 4, tSucial Committee 3, Sergeant- Jz-Armsj: Government Club 5: Band 2, 3, 4 lllrum Mawr - v 4. Band Council 41: junior-Senior Prom Committee 3 Ike- freshment Cummitteejg FBLA 3, 4 rI'arliamentarian 4, Busi- Spanish Club 3, 4: Government Club 4: Scribblers' Club 4: ness Day Whrk Project 3, 4, Executive Council 47: State Girls' Glee Club 2: ln5rmary Assistant 3, 4: FBLA 2, 3, 4 Cuntest Band Z, 3, 4: Light Bulb Sale 2, 4. lsecreury to Teacher 43. B. Gfuuuss G. Gswsi. M. GEDDLS R. Gmrzox j. Gonvrlx E. H. Gonsro B. CSRAHABI G.GxAlNo1.R M. GRANT B. Gauss R. GMFFIN D. GRIFFITH W. Giussom M. GUTHRIE P. 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CAROLYN RAMSEUR Scnence Club 2 Future I-Iomemalters 2 FBLA 3 CCo Chaxrman of New Chapterj Oice Assnstant 3 NHHS Government Club 4 FBLA 4 QSecretary to Teacher Execu tue Councnlj Natxonal Honor Socxety 4 JERRY DAVID RANDALL HATTIE LOUISE RAPER Spanish Club 2 3 FBLA 3 Cooperatxve Trammg Office Practlce 4 DAR Drcssmalung Contest 2 fFnrst Placej FREDERICK RANDOLPH RAY Football Team 2 3 4 Basketball Team 2 Baseball Team BETTY CAROLYN REGISTER Buble Club 2 FBLA 2 3 4 CSecretary to Teacherb Lnbrary Assxstant 7 MARY REBA REYNOLDS FBLA 2 G A 2 JOSEPH EDWARD RHODES QJOEJ Homeroom Chanrman 4 Telephone Dnrectory Commxttee 4 4Adwert1sements and Salesj Buble Club 2 3 4 fCo Chaxr man Spmtual Ennchment Commxttee 3 Soclal Commxttee 3 Presndent 43 Debatmg Club 2 Government Club 4 QParlnamentar1anJ Latm Club 3 Scrxbblers Club 2 Band 2 3 4 QState Band Contest 2 3 4 Band Councnl 41 Football Fmals Dance Committee 3 fDecoratlonsJ Tvurp Dance Commxttee 2 fDecorat1onsJ WILLIAM CARTER RHODES QBILLYJ VIC Club 4 Football Team 2 Baseball Team 2 CHARLES MCIVER RIVENBARK Homeroom Chalrman 2 Football Team 2 JENNIFER CANDANCE ROACH Homeroom Chalrman 3 Judlcxal Marshal 4 Wlldrat Staff 4 QFeature Edltorb Buble Club 3 4 fPublncnty Chaurman 3 Secretary Treasurer 41 Government Club 3 Scrlbblers Club 3 4 Future Homemalters 3 FBLA 4 lnnrmary Assist ant 4 Student Umon Asslstant 3 enlOl'S Y RAMSEY C Ramslaun J RHODES W C Ruonns B Rocnts R ROMBLAD House of Representatives 2 4 fLlght Bulb Sale 2 4 Hospx talxty Commxttee 4J Judlclal Marshal 2 3 Telephone D1 rectory Commuttee 4 Wrldcal Staff 4 Government Club 4 Latxn Club 2 Scnbblers Club 2 3 4 fPl'CSldCDI 3 4J Future Teachers 4 Infirmary Assistant 4 Operetta 3 Gxrls Glee Club 2 Quxll and Scroll Club 4 fxylflf Presndentj LLOYD EDWIN ROBUCK JR JULIA ERNESTINE ROCI-IELLE Homeroom Chaxrman 4 FBLA 2 VIC Club 3 4 G1 ls Glee Club 2 GAA 2 2, 3, 4. 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SMITH S. J. SMITH T. SMITH T. SMITH T. A. SMITH W. L. SMITH W. T. SMITH MOLLIE ANN SMITH FBLA 2, I, GAA I, 4. NATHAN ROBERT SMITH QBOBBYJ Football Team 2. RAYMOND HAROLD SMITH Thespians of Hanover 3, 45 Thespian Play 3, 45 FBLA 3, 4 fChairman of Business Day 4. Executive Council 45: Han- over Singers 2, 3, 45 junior Class Play 3. SALLIE MERIE SMITH W'i1JI'at Staff 4 1Clubs EditotJ5 Government Club 45 Scribblers' Club 45 FBLA 3, 4 1State Convention Delegate 4, Business Day Committee 4, Secretary to Teacher 3, 43: Cooperative Training Office Practice 3, 45 Latin Club 25 Mixed Chorus 3, 45 Girls' Glee Club 25 Twirp Dance Com- mittee 2 fDecorationsl. SYLVIA JOYCE SMITH Government Club 45 FBLA Z, 4: Nursery School Assistant 45 Mixed Chorus 3, 4: Girls' Glee Club 2. eniors- TERRENCE HENRY SMITH Homeroom Chairman 25 Hanover Singers 45 Operetta 2, 3, 4 Mixed Chorus 2, 35 Twirp Dance Committee 25 Junior Senior Prom Committee 3. THURSTON SMITH Government Club 45 VIC Club 3, 45 Football Team 2, 3, 4 Basketball Team 2. TOMMIE ANN SMITH Government Club 45 FBLA 2, 3 fSecretary to Teacher 41 Latin Club 35 GAA 2. WILLIAM LARRY SMITH ROTC 2, 3. WILLIAM THOMAS SMITH QBILLYJ Latin Club 25 Science Club 35 ROTC Z, 3. 45 Otlicers Club 45 Sergeants' Club 35 Swimming Team 2. 3. GEORGE CLIFFORD SNOW '-:L -ni 1 NOV T Sotruikmxu Vs SPIPNCIR C Sr-ooxiit J Sraxtu M STANLEY H Srutxs j N STLWART A Snwmtr N Srowiu. FREDERICK THOMAS SOUTHERLAND ROTC 2, 35 Football Team 2, 35 Baseball Team 2. WILLIAM ALBERT SPENCER ROTC 2, 3, 45 Otficers' Club 45 Sergeants' Club 3. CHARLES HOWARD SPOONER QCHUCK3 ROTC 2, 3, 45 Sergeants' Club 3, 4. JOSEPH EARL STANLEY qJoE3 ROTC 2, 3. 4: Officers' Club 45 Chairman ROTC Ball Committee 4. MARTHA LEE STANLEY House of Representatives Z 1Light Bulb Sale35 Bible Club 2, 35 Spanish Club 2, 35 Government Club 45 Future Teach- ers 2, 3, 4 flst Vice-President 435 Library Assistant 3. HARRIETTE ELIZABETH P. STEVENS GAA 2, 3 CPresident 33. JAMES INEIL STEWART JR QBUDDY3 Spanish Club 3, 45 Government Club 45 Football Team 2, 3, 45 Basketball Team 2, 3, 4. MARY ANN STEWART Latin Club 35 FBLA 2, 3, 45 Cooperative Training Ofhce Practice 45 Girls' Glee Club Z5 National Honor Society 4. NANCY FAIRFAX STOVALL Secretary of Student Body 45 State Student Congress Cone vention Delegate 45 Executive Committee 4 fSecretary, Budget Committee35 Orientation Day Committee 45 judicial Marshal 35 Telephone Directory Committee 3 lProofreader3: Handbook Committee 45 Wildral Circulation Staff 2, 3: Hanotierian Staff 3, 4 fFeature Staff 3, Feature Editor 4, SIPA Delegate 335 Spanish Club 2, 3 fParliamentarian Z, Secretary-Treasurer 335 Government Club 45 Latin Club 25 Thespians of Hanover 3, 45 Thespian Play 2, 4 fDistrict Drama Festival 2, State Drama Festival 235 Future Teachers 2, 3, 45 Office Assistant 35 Operetta 2, 3 fbiake-Up Com- mittee35 junior Class Play 3: Twirp Dance Committee 2 QDecarations35 junior-Senior Prom Committee 3 fDecora- tions35 Quill and Scroll Club 4 fI'resident35 National Honor Society 3, 4 fFaculty Day Committee3. 95 e n io rs EARL THOMAS STRICKLAND VIC Club 3, 4 1Vice-President 41. RICHARD DOUGLAS STRICKLAND SHERWOOD JEROME STRICKLAND Government Club 45 ROTC 2, 3, 45 Officers' Club 45 Ser- geants' Club 35 Cape Fear Rifles 2, 35 junior Class Play 3. BONNIE jEAN SULLIVAN House of Representatives 25 Student Congress Light Bulb Sale 2, 3, 45 Executive Committee 45 judicial Marshal 25 Social Marshal 35 Telephone Directory Committee 4 QCoverJ5 Hanorerian Staff 3, 4 fSports Editor 4j5 Latin Club 25 Scribblers' Club 25 FBLA 45 Cheerleader 3, 4 fHead Cheer- leader 435 May Dance Committee 3 QChairman of Decora- tionsj5 Football Finals Dance Committee 3, 4 fChairman 4J5 Valentine Dance Committee 3 QDecorations, PubIicityj5 Twirp Dance Committee 2 1DecorationsJ5 junior-Senior Prom Committee 3 fDecorationsJ5 Science Fair 25 Chemistry Lab Assistant 35 Martha Halligan Award 25 Quill and Scroll Club 45 National Honor Society 3, 4 QFacuIty Day Chair- man 3, Delegate to NHS State Convention 335 Senior Super- lative, "Best All Around" 45 DAR Good Citizen Award 4. NORMAN ROCKWELL SWAIN Vic Club 2, 3, 4, ROTC 2. s. AGNES LOUISA SWANN QLOUISEJ Wfillfral Circulation Staff 25 Government Club 45 Scribblcrs' Club 2, 35 FBLA 2, 35 Cooperative Training Office Prac- tice 45 Inhrmary Assistant 4. MARGARET ANN SWART judicial Marshal 2, 35 W'iln'fai Staff 4 fNews Editor 4, Delegate to N. C. Press Institute 435 Government Club 4 CReporterj5 Thespians of Hanover 3, 4 fMaIte-Up Commit- tee 3, Treasurer 425 Thespian Play 3, 45 Carolina Dramatics Festival 3 tStage Manager of PlayJ5 Student Union As- sistant 3, 45 junior Class Play 35 junior-Senior Prom Com- mittee 3 tDecorationsj5 School Store Assistant 3, 45 Com- mencement Program 35 Art Award 35 Quill and Scroll Club 4 KS:-cretaryjg National Honor Society 4. MARVIN LANE TADLOCK Band 2, 3. 4 CState Contest 2, 3, 455 ROTC 2, 3, 45 Of- ficers' Club 4. CARL EDWIN TAYLOR, jR. ROTC 2, 3, 4 1Optimist International Award, "Outstand- ing First Year Cadet" 2, American Legion Award, "Out- standing Second Year Cadet" 335 Otiicers' Club 45 Ser- geants' Club 35 Cape Fear Rifles 2, 3 1Quartermaster 315 Rifle Team 45 ROTC Ball Committee 4 QClean-Up Com- mittee ChairmanJ5 Battalion Staff 4. HELEN NIXON TAYLOR Student Court judge 3, 4 4Clerlt 435 Handboolt Committee 45 Spanish Club 2, 35 Government Club 45 Future Teachers 2, 3, 45 Ofhce Assistant 45 Twirp Dance Committee 25 junior-Senior Prom Committee 3. WINSTON CORDELL TAYLOR Latin Club 25 ROTC 2, 3, 4 fCompany "A" Commander 4j5 Officers' Club 45 Sergeants' Club 35 Twirp Dance Com- mittee 2 QDecorationsJ5 junior-Senior Prom Committee 3 IDecorationsj . MARY RUTH TEACHEY PATRICIA ANN TEACHEY GAA 2. WILLIAM MAYNARD TEACHEY, jR. VIC Club 4. JACKIE NICK THEODORE Football Team 2, 3, 45 Golden Gloves Boxing Tournament 3, 4 llst Place in four TournamentsJ5 Senior Superlative, "Best Looking" 4. E. STRICKLAND R. STRICKLAND M. TADLOCK C. E. TAYLOR j. THEODORE j. TIENKEN JOANNE TIENKEN Scribblers' Club Zg Future Homemalters 25 Nursery School Assistant 3, 4g Hanover Singers 3g Opcretta Z, 53 Girls' Glee Club 23 Twirp Dance Committee Z. GAIL LILLIAN TRAISTER Huuse of Reprcsentativm 43 judicial Marshal 2, 55 Scribblers' Club lg FBLA 2, 3g Latin Club 25 VlC Club 43 Nursery School Assistant 5g Girls' Glee Club 2. JANE PARKER TURNER lluniemuni Chairman 24 judicial Marshal 35 Scribblers' Club Z, 5 fViee-President Hg VIC Club 43 Operetta 2 fTicl-tetsjg Girls' Glee Club 25 Twirp Dance Committee Z QChairman of lintertainmentj. e n i o rs PENELCPE DEANE TRUSSELL CPENNYJ Bible Club Z: Latin Club lg Future Homemalters 4 CScrap- book Committee-1: Future Teachers 2. 3, 45 FBLA 3, 4 fSec4 retary to Teacher 45: Library Assistant 35 Girls' Glee Club 2g Twirp Dance Committee 2. MICHAEL GEORGE TSAGANOS QMIKEJ House of Representatives 3 fjudiciary Committeejg Home- ruom Chairman 44 Latin Club 24 junior Class Play 3. GERALDINE TURNER French Club 2, 33 Government Club 43 FBLA 3, 4 flfxecu tive Committee 415 Mixed Chorus 53 Girls' Glee Club 2. S I STRICKLAND B. SULLWAN N. R. SNYAIN L. SWANN M. SWART H TAYLOR VV. C. TAYLOR M. R. TEACIHLILY P. TLACHEY XV. Ti5AcHLx G TRAISTLR J. TURNER G. TURNER M. TSAGANOS P. TRUSSLLL R TRUTH E Uxunwooo C UPCHLRCH J VANCE E XVAUGHT I' Nl WALTON J C WALTON D WARD J WARLICR C WARWICR ROSSLYIN TROTH lugurm. Commune 4 fSurv.zars of Smnal Affaxrsl Stu dm! Cunbnss Lnghr Bulb Salp 'S 4 Srudmr Luurt udgv. Suual Nlarshal 4 fCl1u.t Nlarshalj Hurmurmn Staff 'v 4 fBus1nv.ss Nlanaggr 4 Dglngau. lu 'NCll'A U Fremlm Club 'S 4 Cuuurnnnnt Club 4 Laun Club 7 Hanour Sm ggrs 3 Opcntta ' 3 Nlcn Dann Commlttu. 4 CCl1a1r many Xalgnum Dance Commuun 4 unnor Sgnmr Prom Comnnttu, 3 1F.norsJ Sun. Hugh Sghoul Nlusn. 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WILLIAM HOWARD 'WOOD ROTC 2, 3. EMILY WOODLE Government Club 43 FBLA 3. THOMAS LIMUEL WOOTEN , JR. Wllmlral Circulation Staff 2 3 4 ROTL 2 3 4 fCompany C Commander 4J Oflicers Club 4 Scrgeants Club 3 Cape Fear R fles 2 3 ROTC Ball Committee 4 - C e n I o rs JAMES LEE WORTHINGTON Ulm House of Representatives 4 rSocial Cnmmitteejg Guvern- ment Club 4: Latin Club 25 Basketball Team Z5 Baseball Team 2, 3, 4. CHARLES EUGENE YARBOROUGH VIC Club 4. FRANCES LEE YOW Bible Club 45 Government Club 45 FBLA Z, 3. BESSIE TOULA ZEZEFILLIS House of Representatnes 7 udicial 'Marshal 3 Wlllfal Staff 4 4BusIness Nianagerj Debating, Club 3 fI'resIdLnlj Spanish Club 2 3 Science Club 3 Icuturt Teachers 2 3 4 4Secretary 2 31 FBLA 4 uill and Scroll 4 National Honor Society 3 4 fSecretary 41 Senior Superlatne Vlust Intellectual 4 J WILLIAMS L V Il I mvis L R XX II Lluis L XX Il I IAXIS X1 XX II I Mus R WILLIAMSON A VI ILSON R XY ILSON If V000 I Nkoou T WOOTEN j WORTHINGTON E YARBOROLGI-I F Yow' B ZIZIIILLIS 3- T17 'TP r-'gr 4,-0 4? v'C V' v -ui' J I R S fv -.Q Class officers for the junior Class are Lynda Sue Peterson, Secretary, Pat Moore, Vice Prrsrdfni, and Tam Chappell Pnfsrdenl The students who now have a year of hard work behind them proudly become upperclassmen At last they are not looked down upon as confused sophomores, but receive their chance to be re garded as a more experienced class Upon return mg, the students recognize familiar faces of the year before and notice that some haye been re placed by new members As they attend their various classes, they make more friends and eyen tually become a unified class the Junior Class of 1959 Noyy an important part of lNew Hanoyer High School, they take a greater interest m the tended, yyhether the Wildcats play at home or out of toyyn The dances are social highlights of the year and all of the lunnors try to attend and help plan them Many of the boys return for their second year in ROTC All of them are proud of their uni forms and can be seen polishing their brass on Monday and lrnday XX hen the ROTC Ball is giyen many rules of the eorps are forgotten they dance in their social attire 10" 4 Students participate in the musical events, school plays, and class elections, all interesting extra curricula actlvities The first play of the year Meet Me In St Louis, has many Juniors help mg present it The Juniors also become more conscious of the different clubs, many become officers or lmportant members Although these students play a major role in the social life at NI-IHS they learn to accept their more ady anced responsibilities and be gm planning their careers Most of the umors become acquainted with chemistry formulas, geo metric theorys, American authors and Spanish French and Roman customs in their college prep aratory courses Shorthand, typing, and other sim ilar subjects are mastered by students yyho plan to enter the commercial field In each course the Iunnors apply themselyes to their yyork recognize the teachers as helpers and friends, and make more aecomplishments as they continue their edueauon for elass rings, senior steps and the number one spot are becoming much closer I 'A - . 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KI XX,Y.' l...1, xx,.- ' ' 2 : " ' L " I.,. - xx x - ' xx X- ' Vera Vfilson jay Xvinncr Juanita Nfinncr Margaret Whlf Sandra Vfoodcock janv: Vfootcn Mary Yates Charles Youngblood Q-,7Ae Senafors ai in sfucleni governmenf. SENIOR SENATORS Firsl rou': Molly Cooper, Helen Kelly, Kay Bishop and Sally Christmas. Suomi mu Nllckne Croom Pat Far OW JUNIOR SENATORS Carol Booth and Dewey Ann Yuki SOPHOMORE SENATORS Prnce SRLOIII rou Rosr. Putter Lns: lxnox qliffml 'UV xkfl Vllwn N-'ml 123 Bradshaw Ttrrw Smnth Tblrtl mu Tommy hum, 1 . A A ' ' Y Hn, mu.: Judy Butler, Becky Dail, fini mu: Pam Chason, Kathryn , Q asa-4.-..,. ,wr I Actlvltles e meetIng has been ad,ourned the gavel ues atop the vacated deslc lor the mottons have been presented and the d9ClS ons made The program IS over the members have re turned to Inform theIr lellow classm n ol th results of thus Student Congress assembly+ + Student Congress IS representatIve of the many school sponsored aClIVIlIeS In whlch Interested students may PBTTICIPBTE TIme can be gIven a subtect In a club whnch could not be awarded It In the short duratlon of a class perIod These extra moments often bnng to ltght an Interesttng lact or new Idea whtch IS constdered beyond the necessary For those Interested In preparung lor luture occu patIons there are clubs ol all types Students who are muslcally Incluned may IOIU one ol the vartous smgmg groups or the band There IS someth ng of Interest to everyon A d what better way to utI Ize spare mornents7 O I I Th I , l , ' e e 6 6 I Q . q ,N -Q L, 5 .XXY lil RCil N. l'nt-l'risl.fii1l " Um -C, Y? N ki -1711 C HARI ll li.-XCiCil 'I"I'. IM s1.lt ul NANC Y STOY.-XI.l,. Sit rrfavv Cfllicers are elecfeal Aly fAe Peep e. The Student Government of New Hanover High School. organized to foster .i true democratic spirit, promote closer student-faculty cooperation, and create a more effective plan of student govern- ment, is patterned after the form of our national government. Our Student Ciongress is composed of several divisions: the Senate. llouse of Representatives, lfxecutive Clouncil, kludges. .Iudicial Nlarshals, CQo- ordinating C,ommittee. and Social Nlarshals. Charlie liaggett, as l'resident of the Student liodv, has done his ioh vsell. performing his duties cap- alalv and conscientiously. liefore being elected lo this otlice. Charlie served a vear as a Social Klar- shal, Our X ice-President. Ann Bergen, has also nlled her position well. Besides presiding over the llouse of Representatives, ."snn is responsible for I 2 the devotional presented at the beginning of each cabinet meeting. Nancy Stovall has verv capably carried out her duties as Secretary of the Student Body. lfach spring near the close of the school year the Sophomore and junior classes elect their senators for the next school term. The following fall, home- room representatives and nesv Sophomore senators are elected. These representatives, together vsith the Coordinating Committee and lixecutive Clom- mittee. make up the legislative hraneh of the Stu- dent Ciovernment. The xludicial Department. consisting of the judges and the -Iudicial Marshals. has as its iob the enforcement of lavvs and rules passed luv the Stu- dent Congress. .Seahd Nlrs LeC.mln fAdusorJ Crang Hhs Ann Bergen Charlne Baggett Nancy Stovall Vllss Taylor lAdusorj Strom! mu Nlartnn Grant Nancy Nhnton oanne Gore Rosslyn Troth Bonme Sullnan Sandra Cross Parker Brsant 'dolly Cooper Tfaml mu Buck OShlelds lrdgar Garrabrant Cam Dans Alan Halo. Robert NTLGLL Actmg as a board of advxsors for the Student Government, the Eiecutnve Councnl meets every week to dxscuss acts and bulls that hate been brought up before the House of Representatnes and the Senate Headed by the President of the Student Body the commnttee ns made up of the Vice Pres1dent of the Student Body the Secretary of the Student Body the Presldent of the Senate the Chanrman of the Coordmatmg Committee, and several other members of the cabmet Mrs Estelle LeGwm and Vhss Lena Taylor are adusors ommaffees acf or f e Peep e Nlartm Grant Sally Chnstmas Sandra Xlerrltt Not plc tured Ro: Nialott One of the most xmportant groups m the Stu dent Congress ns the Coordxnatnng Committee The purpose of thus commnttee ns to revxew bulls started m one branch before they go on to the other branch Thus IS to make sure that they are stated correctly and are worth the attentnon of the other branch Viade up of two members from the House of Representatnes, two members from the Senate and one member appomtecl by the Presldent thus commlttee meets only when a blll has been brought up ln elther the House of Representatnes or the Senate 127 t l , ,I 1 . 'It ' 1 as '- -A '-A ' ' ' A . I . 'I ' .i s' A-..' - y I . . Y . y v r . . . . V Y. , x . . A O .4 .Y , v v r . , . . ' I A . ' Ol-IIICTRS Oli THF SIQNATIZ Svulul: Tim Chappell, Molly Cooper, Carol Booth. Slinnlfrig: Helen Kelly, Mickie Croom, judy Butler. The role that the Senate plays in the Student Congress makes it a very vital part of the school. Consisting of Sophomore, Junior, and Senior class Presidents and six Senators from each class the Senate carries out many important functions of N.H.H.S. The Senate has the power to formulate all bills for the general welfare of the student body, to impeach any member of the Student Con- gress except its own members, and to originate finance bills. Only the outgoing Senate has the power to con- firm the appointment of cabinet oflicers prior to the installation of new Student Congress officers. enafors sfrive fo malfe the desi . . . Ofiicers for the Senate are elected at the first meeting: President, President Pro Tempore, Secre- tary, Chaplain, Parliamentarian, Sergeant-at-Arms, and their work begins. The Senate sets up com- mittees for the beautification of grounds, and for welfare, hospitality, and coordination of our stu- dent body. XY'ith these committees, New Hanover High School is able to have opportunities for serv- ice during Thanksgiving and Christmas, social ac- tivities, and a well organized student union. Senatorial elections are held in April and Oc- tober for upperclassmen and Sophomores respec- tively, and those who are chosen make a large con- tribution to New Hanover High School. Srulml: Tim Chappell, Molly Cooper, Carol Booth, -ludy Butler, Nlickie Croom, Helen Kelly. Sernlzil mu: Nancy Bradshaw, Pam Chason, Rose Potter, Dewey Ann Weeks, Pat Farlow. Lise Knox, Becky Dail, Kay Bishop, Mrs. LeGwin tAdvisorJ. Thiril ron: Vera Vfilson, Kathryn Price, Terry Smith, Tommy King, Edgar Garrabrant, Sally Christmas, jerry Skipper. '55 411 W W' - lnwt mu: Sally Hill, Sherry liraswell, .lu Xlerritt, liarbara Singlttary. Xlarie lassiter, Brenda liroughton. lane Thompson. lice llee Murray, Dorothy XValsacl-t. .loanne Leliwin, ltta ,lean Nlallard. Nlary Skipper. lieth lmeherg. Miss Taylor 1.-Xtlvisorr. Srwnlil flllli Margaret liixler, Patsy Teacliey. klackie lirotvn. Nancy Xlinton. Xlary Ann Libby, Carol Hunt. Pat xxil1lllCl1, lrin Neblett, Yvonne Rixenbark, Vicky xllllll. Cialenda Slaughter. Barbara Ciarbade, Betty Key. Duane Coleman. Richard lf!! falussy, yake Sutton. l Tluril mu: Freddy johnson, lmily Moore. Roi Nlalott, Alys Vfadswortli. Pat Taylor. Pat Moore, Dorothy Piner, Sy bil bris- set. Carrie Thorpe, Vicky Hodges. -ludy Teague. Sandra Nlerritt. Margie Bishop, ,Iames Hodges. Lreddy Day. friurtb mu: Lynn Roberts. Betsy Foster. Ann Fountain. Gail Traister. Phillip Stevenson. Kloring Gravitt, jimmy Robbins, Larry Lanier, Gary Vfilletts, Leon kloyner. Nlary Marshall, Peggy Farrow. Fran Coleman, Ann Bergen. Each year every homeroom elects one person with good grades who is willing to serve in the House of Representatives. To do this, they must give up one study hall twice a month. The Vice- President of each class and the Vice-President of the Student Body are included in the House. XVith Ann Bergen serving as speaker of the House, this group originates bills concerning the welfare of the school with the exception of the finance bills, At the Hrst meeting of the school year, the mem- bers of the House elect their otihcers, and these otlicers are installed at the second meeting of the aws or our scysfem. Ol'l'lC l RS Ol 'I lll HULNI Si.i!i,f: Ann Bergen. Yiclsy Nlmtl. SfiHIilIlI4QI Nliss Taylor Mhxlyisiiri, Nlary Xfgrtligll, NI-iring Graxitt. lmily Moore. .Xnne fountain. school year. There are also various committees which are appointed by the Vice-President of the Student Body. Some of these committees are as follows: Premises, Coordinating. NY'elfare. iluda iciary, and Social. These committees serve through- out the year. The Clerk of the House of Repre- sentatives records the minutes of each meeting. These minutes are made into reports and distributa ed to the representatives from each homeroom. The Homeroom Representatives then inform their homerooms of the latlsitaess carried on in the llouse. Through this system. ex ery member of the Student Body can stay informed of the activities of the House. 129 judges a rninisier justice ere. . rim.. Q-.-' ' .1 X 1 611 L3 is 1 1, :ig o lllen C rubbs Carter 'VI bint lrank IeR.n The Student Court, consisting of three seniors, two juniors, 1nd one sophomore, Comprlses one br1nch of the ud1ci1l De p1rtment of the Student Government These Judges are elected by 1 yoint session of the House of Represent1tiy es 1nd the Sen1te shortly 1fter the opening of sehool With Mr D1niel Todd 1s adyisor, the Iudges try 111 students reported by Iudi ei1l M1rsh1ls for h1ying broken 1ny of our schools l1ws They 1re 1lso yested with the power to try members of the Sen1te. A Chief justice, who acts as chairman when the Court is in session, is elected from among the senior members by' the Court. He has no voting power except in case of a tie. Court is held every' Tuesday' after school in room 121, the Student Congress room. As Court convenes, all present repeat the flag pledge. after which the proceedings get underway. Presiding over I3 O N7 Irime Obmrn Terry Horton Helen Tay r the Court is Fr1nk Furr, present Chief ustiee In the event of his 1bsence, C1r ter Mebane, the ASSlSt1HI Chief ustice will wield the g1vel As 1 c1se begins, the Prosecuting At torney for the Student Court reads the offense, 1fter which the defendfmt 1nd the M1rsh1l eKpl11n their respective sides of the c1se After he1r1ng both sides of the c1se, the judges retire from the room to re1ch the yerdict A simple mftpority yote of the Court decides whether or not the defendant is guilty. XV hen the udges re-enter the room, Helen Taylor, Court Clerk gives the decision to the Chief L udge, who then announces it to the de- fendant. The Chief udge has the power to increase or decrease the punishment in the case that the defendant is convicted. if he believes it necessary. Punishment is usually' in the form of eighth or ninth periods to be served within a given time. juabcial cmarsdals MPAQIGI regulafions. .Xnvone who. as a Sophomore during his per- plexing first few days at New Hanover High School. has been helped by .1 Marshal to find his Marshall jim Barnhill guards the faculty stairs carefully. way around and has seen how helpful the .Iudicial Ma"sli.ils at N.H.H.S. can be. Then again, others have had contacts with judicial Marshals which were not quite so pleasant. for the judicial Mar- shals are authorized to issue tickets requiring the receiver's presence at the next session of Student Court, if any school rules have been broken. Marshals are picked from volunteers, for the job by the Chief -Iudicial Marshal, Craig Iillis, and by the judiciary Committee of the House and Senate. The Chief Marshal acts as the prose- cuting attorney when Student Court is in session. XY'earing their distinctive orange and black armbands, Marshals can be seen between periods at their posts at every stairway and street crossing on the campus. In order to be able to get to their posts soon enough to supervise traflic flow during each changing of classes and to remain there the whole time, they are allowed to leave class a few minutes before the bell and to go to their next class a few minutes after the bell for class to begin. The advisor for this essential group is Mr. Dan- iel Todd. ,,,.1" 492' , .1 .1 VT ' 5 , ,fl,,f- ,Hg II,- f l lfirsl mu: Betty lou Collins. Gloria glean Collins. Ann Harrell, klo-Ann Hardison. Kathryn Knowles, Sandra Scruugs. ll 3 SLIIIIIIFIC Newell. Helen Ke y. Siinml mn: Alnanne Core. Ray liislinp, Helen NYiee. Marilyn Knox, lieattruce Padgett. lamela Mavrns, nliianne Rixenhark. Mary Helen Ritenbark. lllen Solomon, 7f'l1-I Vfflti lilll llllflflfjls ll-IVV! l5l'sHIl'is. Ronald lee. linda Sanderv. ,lane Morris. Katherine Sloan. Marty lales, Martha Parker, Diana jolmsnn. ,Io-.-Xnn Merritt. lf Lending an atmosphere of grace and charm to all the school social activities, the Social Marshals of New Hanover High School lead a full life during the school year. The Marshals' first responsibility' is to help each new school vear get oil to .1 good start by assisting with Orientation Day for the sophomores. As their major dutv on this day. they are seen helping with refreshments served in the Student Union. The parents of students at New Hanover lligh are especiallv grateful for the help rendered them at the first Parent-Student-Teacher meeting. The Nlarshals capahlv direct anyone un- certain of his course. and again help with the seri- ing of refreshments. XY'hether it be a schoal plav. concert. or operetta. the Nlarshals will be found collecting tickets. dis- ls' lent! grace an service. I'1rsl mu: Peggy Ann Harris. lo l'llen C rabtret T!7Il'i, Vllltf Pat Shipman. glean Hardy. ,lane l Xlalpass, l'rances l.eXeaie. .Xul jinlliriil: .lane laisther. klulia Paschall. tributing programs, and ushering for the conven- ience of those who come to observe. As the Christmas season opens, the Social Marshals provide a festive spirit hy putting up the traditional Christmas tree in the main lobby. With the help of the Secretary of the Student Union, they also decorate a tree set up in the Student Union. To climax their activities at the end of the vear. the Social Nlarshals sponsor the annual Nlav Dance. This is the time at which the chosen Nlay Queen and her court are presented to all the student bodv: therefore. it is a highly regarded and anticipated event. Thus. they close a year full of fun and re- sponsibilities until the next fall when new Social Nlarshals. are elected at a joint meeting of the House of Representatives and the Senate. ocial marsAals Sri-iiu.l V'Il1lI,l.1I1C Hardy. Beth Troy, Harriet Colt liiurlfi mu: ld ltird Rosslyn Tr-ith. Rudi N in 7 1- - - Y - L. adsfualenf ahrectorty ai s us, Published annually, the X.H.H.S. Tulrfwlrrzizt' Diwvlury includes the name, address, homeroom number, class, and telephone number of every student and each faculty member in the high school. Publication of the directory is one of the projects of the Student Congress. Every student finds that the directory is handy whether it be for making a call for that important date, for- gotten assignment, or making out a Christmas card list. The list of homeroom numbers makes it quick and easy for teachers to find a student's homeroom. Many hours of hard work and concentration go into making this publication possible. This year the faculty advisor for the committee was Mrs. Irene Turner, whose help and advice was wel- comed by all those who worked on the directory. The co-chairmen were Leah Rose Williams and Donna Hinnant. The typists, headed by Leah Rose, gave up many study halls and afternoons getting the names ready to be sent to the printer. Then the proofreaders, headed by Donna, began their job. They were to correct any mistakes that might Fin! mu: Alice Marks, Bonnie Sullivan, jane Malpass, Becky Dail, Pat Taylor. Second mu: Donna Hinnant, .jo-Ann Merritt, jane Side have been made by the typists Ol' the printer. The bug- Vicky Hodges' Lim Santmd' Jomne Gow' Sidney faithful advertising and sales staff played its part An rews. , , , , , . Third mu: Margaret Haskett, Margaret Nadal, Linda ln Putting out the directory' Their untlnng ef' Schulkcnv Hflsn Wigs, Hslsn Kelly- forts to sell ads and subscriptions made the project Fourlb mu: jonna Anderson, Peggy Farrow, Margret Bixler, Mrs. Turner fAdvisorJ. Aloe Rhodes, 3' Success' J L JZ L ' an a an O0 gill es US. The Qfgpglggv gmf Bla,-Ig Hgpgfffyqgfyk, Publighgd Svuhwl: Nancy Stovall, Susan Bergamini. Betty Black, Anne Metts, Helen Taylor. annually bv the Handbook co 'ttee, ' ke' ' ' mml is 3 5 Stumliug: Monk Askew, George Vfheelis, Molly Cooper, to life at N.H.H.S. On Orientation Day the Handbook is distributed to the Sophomores who End it indispensable during their first year at N.H.H.S. Betty Black, Committee chairman, and her com- mittee are to be commended on the job they did this year. XX'ith its vital information and strik- ing cover, the book is not only very useful, but George Mann. quite attractive. The Handbook contains the rules and regula- tions of our school and the constitution adopted by our Student Body. It also includes an N.H.H.S. faculty directory. the l9SS-S9 school calendar, descriptions of school clubs and organ- izations, Student Congress officers, and some of the llnilifull cheers. Although the Omzigi' umf Bleek Ilizmffmwk is of particular importance to students during their first year in high school, its value and use do not decrease during the junior and Senior years. 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AOWQCVOOHQS Sgllgilfllgy From the time of their election 'it the beginning of the Xe1r until the l1st diy of school, the homeroom Churmen dill gentls 1tteneI their duties These studente 1re often ellled upon to t1Ite time out from their on n work to do X lrious lobe III the homerooms Among these duties 'are selling eopnes of Tin IV1ldt af md tlk up eontrlbutions for ehlrlties Sueh is the Th1nksgn1ng XXelf1re Offering Christmels Colleetion for needx f1m1I 'md the unior Red Cross Fund Thex filso responsible for m1It1ng 1rr1ngc ing t me ies, 1re H6 ments to prox ide 1 morning dexotioml to be held in the homeroom 'it the begin ning of homeroom period An 1dd1tlon1I dutx of ehurmen of Senior homerooms is the tlklng of orders for ellllng eirds for the use of the future gr1eIu1tes Thex proxe to be 1 grunt help to the teuhers 1neI llso to their ellssmettes throughout the Sehool bx ending them in lnx thing that might need to be done lround the room All in full the homeroom eh11rm1n IS 1 xerx importeant p1rt of 1 smoothlx func tioning homeroom -I E. " ,l I I i 7 A- Li " -. Vi , - In 8 - I y K V liir-il run: .Iudj ,I f , jul' I 'I .ll. Syb'I R . NI I' An Iflbg, ,In I.ll- NI 'rritt, mln- XI' ' , In .I I , I5 A Sw il 'lllli hr' d, fr , An I.,'nx Chat . . KJ I ' i ' Price, CIJIIIIIC IiY.1n , il. ' . ,I . , . i' . fl 'Ili' "-Il . . 9 "L, Tl'-I '11 : XII -keg C' iw , Ri - P t ' . l'.1tri'i.l S' . Iisttx I'rl.1cI't. IIA i' II v 'lI, Toni C'.1rt-r, qlo I-Il -n i .Iwtreu. Ihr- I'n ' 1 mu: II.1 A Rieltenl.1'li'. N Iintt, NIJ: NY"II'.nns, II.t 'itl Rich -Ile. -Inn' I..m'tl1er, Ilia ' S ith, A f ' I , Iiflf 'nz : Billy' Ste 'ei so . Clli. Ii' I5 ie. Steve ii.1r,1x. Ari' Ki I, '. Cirfj KIA -lie Rl dex, I ,xrl Colm ilu- .Ii . Sl If nu: Ilelft Inis nn, Nlilu' 'I' .An in, 'Irony selilegel, XIileI1tll Tntlel. II.1r ' I'.1tt -rwn. Icr . . knit.. O Q o . . E . Y. . Y . , . I V . V . . - I 4 I -V I 1 f L ' 1 ' l 1 L ' 'L I 1 'C - 1. y v va . . X I I Il K I I g v ' -I x 5 I 1 I mx ' 1 1 K It 1 x 1. ' 1 4, . . , . . . V. V7 H 1 1 . . 3 1 3 ' ' I t . k . , K I - . . I ,o 4- . 1- x ' and olhcers. ,loanne art. it gives an interesting hobby. One of the Ppgy your falenfs in rfs ana! Craffs. Have you noticed the attractive bulletin boards and posters displayed throughout the halls of X.H.H.S.? These are some of tions of the Arts and Crafts year the members of the club the attractive crea- Club. During the and Harry Brooks. johnson. Secretary- Gore. President: Lois Coston Vice-Presidents: and Dianna Treasurer: work with their advisor. Nliss Lossen. to malse these crafts possible. This club otTers to those who are taking art a chance to apply them- selves: and also to the students yvho are not taking club's yearly projects is sending art vvork to the children in the hospital at Christmas. ' 1' l., Z. l-ster, Xlartlia lS.rd.-aux, leannv .1'1.f1ir": 1 . , err ,. I U ' U N, JI - i' ce . I' ' 1' . L.. 'Ki Parish. SI.1il.l1i1e: Harry ISroilt SAQW inferesf in aduoho- isual Ads. Billie ,lean Riggs. Connie hay. of-+ Haryvootl Close Carolyn Lawson if ' ' ' . ' VV' " M' , Geraldine Bell. Harry Rieken- " 1 L' j 'L' hacker, Xlareus Croom, klerry l buy. Hobby Koen, Hobby Regis! ter, Richard Blake, Nlax l'urr, Don Phillips, Lawrence Hayes, ,lim Holladay, Herbert Harris, Bob Hinson, john Nlckorkle. ,lack Scott, Allen Seaeroves, ,Timmy l5ordeaux, -lesse Pridigtn. liahby liarefoot, Steve Ciarras. Robert Rogers, Butch Seaton. -Iohnny Peterson, Frank Xlfallter, Iimmy llumbles, ,limmy liosvler, Freddie Pickler. Chester Ciounts. Andy Sondey. Tommy Cironiar- lie. Billy Dillon, Douglas Neil- son. Bobby Vines. Gerald Nor- mandt. Albert Ottaway. Steve Cvrantham. Tony Schleeel, l'mil Burris, Victor Horrell, Norwood Izllell, Nlfallaee Vfatkiiis, louie lfulelier, Xfilbur Davis. Hanover High School Every student in New has come into Contact with the services of the Audio-Visual Aids Club. Advised by Mr. Daniel Todd, members of this club are a great help to most phases of our educational program. Any interested student may become a member, and the members are soon taught operation, care, and maintenance of various forms of film pro- jectors, opaque projectors, are-light projectors, tape recorders, record players, public address systems, spotlights. and floodlights. It is these students who are usually responsible for showing classroom movies and who provide entertainment on rainy days by showing films in the auditorium. The othcers for this year are Tommy Cromartie, Presidentg jesse Pridgen, Vice-Presidentg Billie jean Riggs, Secretaryg and jim Holladay, Custodian of Equipment. 7 Sixlltif: Betty Kty. .lU'-ll' lllllllllu- tllllllllk' llayis. Ciloria .lean Ciollinx. Ciloria Chextnut, ,lanet Hobbs, Dianne Smith, lib Ryan. -Iudy llriggers, Alice lirittain. Nancy Cioxwielt. Simurzif mu: Miss Lathrop. Pat leaeliey, Ciayle llarlier, C heryl liohertsliaw, llldilly' ,lo Smith. Sondra Xlfilson. Nancy lueas. Ciwen Horne, Bert l'lrat.lshaw, Xlarty liales, Susan Swanson, Betty glo Nlatliews. Sallie Underwood, l'llen Solvinon, Martha Staton, Bonnie Raines, Pam C'hason, liarhara Applewhite, lloreen Carter. Tftiril run: llutch l.ennon, Vera Wiilson. l.ynn Logan. .Ieai l'ielCartl, Anne lane, Ann lrerguxon. Susan johnson. Mary Ann llinson, ,lane Nlorriss. Katherine Sloan, Helene Pliseo. Sarah lJa'1l:ls, Nlartha l'arlser, Rhoda lliner. Roberta lliner, Pain Stall- worth. Cfynthia Vann, Nancy liradwhaw, llarbara Satterwhite. lwulrffr run: Rivers l.awther, ll-UIUINY Martin. Ciregg Nlasssy, Ray llumnlirey, Nat liost, Ritchie Wlatson. Aloe Clendennin, l,i'1da Sanders. 'liomniy King. lloyd llunn. ,lininiy llaker, ,lim Vfilliains, Kteye C ulbreth. Mae Wlillianis, lranltlin liales. ,lohnny Cirirlith. Ann lohn, -Indy Teague. Sylvia Ray. llflfv run: Norwood Cllarlt. Mitchell 'l'odv..l. l.exlie lleisher, Ronnie llaysden. ilioniniy liord, Cieorge Nlelieellen. Roger Cireen- leaf. Roland nloye. ylininiy Cioodnight, 'liornrny l'.n.gles, l.arry C heck, Herbert llarriss, leon hloyner, Xlllallaee XX'est. llouglas Risen, Cilentla lirown. ew orizons come info View . . . "Friends, Romans, countrymen. lend me your School, the Latin Club is skillfully directed by ears." While taking Latin, you will hear much Miss Mary Lathrop and Miss Pat Arehbell. The about the speaker of those famous wordsg and if officers, Butch Lennon, President: Rivers Lawther, your interest in Roman-spiced tales and adven- Vice-Presidentg Dianne Smith, SeCretary-Treas- tures goes beyond that of classroom knowledge, urerg and Galenda Slaughter. Club Reporter. al- you will undoubtedly belong to the Latin Club. ways manage a program filled with interesting One of the largest Clubs of New Hanover High information. hr-il mu: Betty Bullard. xlonnye l'lora. Pamela Nlayros. lynn Allard. Nancy l"lendrix. Doris ,lean Carney. ,lunc Hill, Linda Sulliyan. liarbara Ciarbade. Betty Lou Collins. Peggy Ann llarriss. Ciail Otts, Maria Lassiter. Becky NleCarley. Sutwrzil' mu: lieth Finberg. ,loyee Hewett. liarbara :Xnn His rn. Helen Webb, Sandra Ciorbett. -lessielveth Brady, Pat Bryant. Charlotte XYilson. Terry Smith, l'l.nne Sliipnian. Ann Yiek. Kathryn Price. Barbara lewis, Bobble Stewart. Helen Cionnelly. Cyayle llarrell. Tfmql mu: Ann Bowen. Martha Ciollier. Ann C larlt, Peggy Nloore. Kay Shipman, Marsha Shipman. Lludy Xlatthews. Xlorris liroadwell. Bill llreyost, Nlarsha .-'lridt-rsozi. llarbara XleXl'atty. klxwel Royal, Sally llill. Dee llee Murray. Marcia Ciardner. Cialunda Slaughter. lonrflv mu: ,loe Ciox. -Iames XY'illett. llanny C leninions. l'1t Nlatloelt. Celia XYalton. liillie Burney. Nlargie Ciarrabrant. Roberta Xlellougal. klanet Ratnseur. llarlfara lultiord. Xlary C. ll nlvin. lliant' lxnani. Kathryn Knoxxlu, ,lusepliine C lanton. Xlar- tgaret llinson, llaine Russ. C68 - sihvlhv fr: Inn -ow 1 :J .9 Q ir :QQ as ct 'UC 40 v Int! mn: Klaniee lirown. C,-iokie Arthur. l'e.1e5 Anne llarriss. Itan firaham, lranees XX'oiid, Nanty Klint-in. lynn l':.mles, .Xnne lrteman. Xlrs. Xlaynard 'Adxis-tri. Xiivnnl mn: Carl llamiltun. lxelyn .Miki-is. C ,xml IS aizli, I ariilin fltnimer, ,lane Viiifdlutxri. Xlartlii liwrdeaux. Xlarigartt llaskett. Seiixtie liter. 1 il'fm'.f mu: Xlfiyne XY'iili,1ins. .-'sndy Sundex. Siext- llargeit. IS.:-5 l'-ins, Robert lingers, ,lack Irie, liryasi llawsi,n, lrazi Coleman, Iiianne Ciurt. V - , . . lniirlff ffm' Xi. liandall XX.ixne lialdviizi. ltrrx lnntii .xeu llannlt :i. llrn lludetn-, Id lli.lsni n. .Xl s--rlfttt. ' Iiaz lrtt, lllfli ruin, llewiii Xlgfaxll. llariild XYilli.1i:1i. liill Xlaultsby. The Spanish Club ncquaints the Spanish students light activity of the year is making the "Portal." with the customs and culture of Spanish-speaking the Nativity, in December. The otlicers for 19W- pcople. The program chairmen work with the 59 were as follows: President, Nancy Minton: club advisor, Mrs. Virginia Nlaynard. to plan inter- Vice-President, Carl Hamilton: Secretary-Treav esting programs for the club meetings. Tlie high- uret. Carol Booth. ' A f l J ' f J wat enow e ge o orelgn an 5. Under the guidance of Miss Aleanne Cirana, thc W'ilil4'ul reporter from La Societe lfrancaise. has ofhcers, Frank LeRay, Presidentg Ann Nletts, Vice- reported activities that any student would want Presidentg Nlargret Bixler, Secretary: and Emily to help carry out. Christmas caroling and respon- Moore, Treasurer, lead the French Club success- sibility of a school bulletin board two weeks in fully through their activities. jane Lawther, each semester are just two of the projects. Iwi! mu: .Xnn C.axenaugh, linda Alpern. liens lou Xilcs Ciail Nl iiiv re, Suzanne Newell, Pat Xl-irgan. Nliss Cirana r.'Xtlxiwr1, lranees Stewart, Xlartha lee lSt-gur, li ilwlvie iireezi, Nlary lranlms, .lane XX'iiiidhurx. Sandra Xlerritt. Xlarigaret .-Xtlxiiis-iii. Siiwmf mu' llarriel Powell. lane Nlaiuteii. Ii Willis. Carimn iiivrdun. .Xli.e Xlarlts, Rosslyn lriith, lienie Qiiiiidrnan, Nliilli Looper. lane l.axsther. lmils Xloure. Chri-tine Steele. .Yin XXI'-t. 1'!u1.l mn: Xlargret liixler. .Xnn Nletls. .-Xnne liritzlgs, slinri linden. Sue Pope. .-Xnn lountain. Ptegy lqirriiw. Susan llendersiin, Susan litrtzammi, ,Ioan llunn, ,I-inna .Xiidt-rsiiii. lnuflfi vf,i.- llilly llartley. Robert XX .t:'-ileaxs-les. lreddy Neulatrs. NX ilham lkasley, l3u.ine iuleman. lim Xluivre, lddie lrtt- inan. lranls ltliax, lames l7epland. 4 .url lliait. ,Iatlx Xlaswn. gran- , V fyyg.. -moww fwnfasmmwm x . V --fin s- ,, O - 'A"rfj'tj 3 ' Lwmmawm-M:-,.-V .,,, f 2 , 1,4- 'U Init vnu: Beryl Kramer. ludv -lnnts. .lu-.ly Hill. Pam Izduards. Ann lynn Chapman. llor-itliy llufam. lean Neu- land. ,-Xnmirtt' Salline. Debbie Kerr, Sftffml' wrt: ,lenny Tluimps-iri. ,lone Smith. Sandra Bruton. Nancy King. Qloannt- Ki-ire. Rebecca Crowell. Sue Hur- gamini. Sxbcl Russ. Tfwnl mu: Xiary .'Xd.1nis. lliana 'I-ilinf son. lieth l'.1risli. lleanur Br-ixxrw. Nana .Xrriw-tr-ine. Xlargarer .Xtkinsun. Helen ilratlur. lictw Lurrin, Helen Xxiigg. luuilfi mu: slim-Ann Merritt, lr.m Coleman, Reuben Moore. W1-lborn Smith. Tommy Nlartin. Terry Smith. Ann Nlctts, overnmenf secures fAe Llessings of hderfcy. The Government Club of New Hanover High School is an active club with manv goals and ideals. Under the direction of Miss Eleanor Tapp, the members try to obtain a clearer knowledge and understanding of a democratic government. Vfhen this has been achieved. members participate in the "I Speak for Democracvn contest sponsored bv CQ -vw 1-Ml the local Junior Chamber of Commerce. Later on in the year, students are elected to city and county offices by their classmates and carry out what is known as Student Government Day. This is the day when the youth of today take over and run the government in XY'ilmington for .1 day in prep- aration for becoming the "adult of tomorrow." I." I vnu Citivrgt Xlanii. li- .Xmi limes. lltitn lxtllx. Xlargzrtz Smart. l'x.ix lSisl'i'P. lit lila dv N1.":.f inn- lliant XX alter. X1.1:'x X:r-i lists it. le.:-t liitttf Ciriilint XX,ilIi'i. lxnn liil't:Zs. It-X:1i llaztii wrt. l'tg4't Ntxxltirlt. l'.i:ltty lGrx.1nt. lfvxuf 'fin' l'tt'rx Kun Nlaivninc. lizxi Xml. rtl Nt.s.': ll.'u1tZsi-". Xmi li11:z:,ii:i. .Xlztt Xlizlse. limit lirillvi, l',a::,. i kinxtizt. llaim Nliizt. I 'rn lllalk l'-..t't:. It llltv l'.1p-'. ll' l . l'r ilx Xliv., lfa-sets H xx. 4 .rr t Ii ext l'3,x:':'.'i XX tee, , T' -ml -' ' iff ' ,. ': I3 7"-T ,..--r -.- f , , . In-if mu: Iudv Hill, I1laine Xloorei l,inda Carr-ill, :Xnn ll.rrell. Susan Henderson. Margie Curtin. Fran Benton, Slnrlt-v x1...,ft', mn- irfinkg. Siiffuilimus Irie Rhodes. Dian Critllxe. Alice Xlarlss. Margaret Nadal. Nlartha Brown. lanuise lpps. ,Ioanne Lefiwin. Parry C artin, Sandra liacklev. 'l'fin.1 roll: Pat Xi-:r'an, Dannv Cartin. Carol 1'rx.ir, Ioan Limit. .'Xla'i Tailor. Carrie Thnrwe, Yiclxi Fountain eiinifer is , . . . l v . li 1 lac li. l'IllH'fll run: Pcggv Newliirls, Linda Aiidrews, Nlartlia liorfeaux. 1.illi4 liluntlxxortli. Bobbi Taiuni. lzvelyn Adliizis. .-Xinelia Ilwell. liertv Bullard. Carol Gore, Xliss Spencer lAdvisorJ. liflfi rim: Douglas Hunt, Flaine Russ. Nancv Allard. Xiirilvn Piitman. Landis Page, Mamie Hullemon, Carrie Boswell. Sixlfi mu: ln lillen Peterson, -lane Sidbury. 1'r.1nlsie Weiss. rlazaet Soles. Billie Godwin, 1.in.1 Sanford, Francis You. Sc'Ii'Ilf!7 Von: kludv Butler. 66 ' ?9 e ye oers of fAe fwor . "I can do all things through Christ who strengtheneth me" is the motto of the Bible Club of New Hanover High School. Under the careful guidance of Miss Ruth Spence and the otlicersz joe Rhodes, Presidentg Danny Cartin. Vice-President: Jennifer Roach, Secretary-Treasurerg and Isabel Autry and Donna Hinnant, Co-Chairmen of Spirit- ual lfnrichment Committee, the club members carry out many worthwhile and successful projects during the year. The most important of these is daily morning devotions at Trinity Methodist Church. All students are invited to attend these devotions. The club strives to promote Christian living among the students and to develop Christian leadership among its members. The club seeks to accomplish this through interesting programs. Blx r 1 5 I i ik ' if 1 Adrnirmg a Bible Club bulletin board are Nanci All through Christian service activities such as gifts of food, clothing, and tovs to needy families, and through visiting the aged. All students, no matter what their religious convictions, are invited to join the organization. 13-Inna Hinnanx, Co-Chairman of the Spiritual 1,nricli- ITTUVIT c UI'l1l1llIlL'C. 1C-lL.lS .1 lUUf'HlHQ.f 1.1cKUEl0Il.ll. ard. Carol in-re, and Bobby' Tatum, - ,-., .-H Ns s. ,- vi' 1111! M1115 Xliix lr.111lo1s. lu.111 lhlscr. N 111flf 11111 li1111.1ld lic Roltnie N1111tl1erl,111d. C .11l llX.llI. liolnzi XX.1isl1,1x1slsx. Iflilrf 1111i' I11,Xi111 ll.11tl1s1-11. l1nnxc li11r.1. ll11.111t l11lu:1:'1. ll1::1 IG:11lss,l1ld1e X111ltrsw11.lje1:'1 .X:1:1 Xl,1:11111:e. Xlztclrtll l.11l1l. l11l11lf" 11111 Xl.1r1l1:1 l'ttc:'s1111. l51ll1 ll11l1l1s. li1.11lM:1 Xl111:'t. Xl-.lc :'1 N'1'1t:1. lttrx Xl.1rl11.1111s, I,1elNs.n Rixegyiyiylel N',.'11f.f'1t Xlrs. l.1'1c Mins--f . Xlrs, N'-titlw Xdxiw 1' . cience .7 Ae Tlie Science Club is open for meinbersliip to any student interested in science. Ordering club pins, pl.1n111nLg field trips, .1nd preparing for tlie science . . club party .ire just .1 few of tlie activities. XVorlv Ijze CJQQ io use Organiying code classes .llial setting up .1 licensed st.1tion. tl1e memlvers of tlie .'Xrn.1teL1r Radio Cllulw l1.11'e lween .1ct11'e in gixing tlie club .1 good st.1rt in its Tirst XLHII' of existence. Anyone interested in r.1dio c.1n .1ppl1' tor niemlv ..- ersliip .1nd tlius l1.1x e Ac- seefes fAe un enown. ing witli Xlrs. Iilise I..1ne and Mrs. Nlolelle Smitli, tl1e advisors. .lre klo-Ann Hardison, President: Ron- nie Soutlierland, Vice-President: ,lane l..1x1tl1e1', SCCI'CI.ll'f'1 .ind Xliteliell Todd. Tl'C.1SllI'Cl'. 5 fecAnica Anowlealge. cess to tlie I'.lLlllJ st.1tion in room 214, NY'itl1 XIV. lhniel lf. Todd .1s .1d1'isor. tlie otlicers .11'e .1s fol- lows: .'Xl.lI1 ll.1le. President: l'1'ed Xlolir, X1ce-l'1'es1- dent: Nlim H.lI'l1l'llll. SCCI'CI.1Vf'-TI'C.1NLl1'CI'Z .ind l I'.lI1li- lin XY.1ll1e1'. c.LlNUILll.lI1 of Ifquipinent. 1 1 1 X11 E':. lm' lli 1l.11l.11. i.111' ll,1xis. lesse l':'1d4t11 l.'11.f 11111 li1tl1.11'1l L1Y111'ss1. lilll ll11r11t. l1111111x linls. l'1l 1 I , N.i1f1r.f M111 Iiill l.1xl11:. Iwn liirzilwill. lf'.lI1li XX.1llM:', l.ix1:cntt NX1l,:.1:r:s. lick l11111l1tn14111. .1Xl.1n ll,1lt. 1 - F! "" FII -1 .-,-.....,.- 1 su- .jg llll - 1-1 l QQ. ac -a as oufAs worl' fowarcl Becoming . . . 7 il, ,. " ,Q-fi? 44 l- ? ,Y Firxl rout jane Hardy, jean Hardy, Gene Britt, Libby Baldwin, Pam Ifdwards. Betty Fryar, Helen Kelly, wludy Miller. Marilyn Knox, Moring Gravitt. Serzmtl rout Mrs. Fiorentino 1Adyisorl, Betty Graves, .lane Sidbury, Raymond Smith, Katherine Dail. Carolyn Ramseur. ,loanne Gore, Lynda Durant. Maretta Brown, Bobbie jean Flowers, Pat Badon. Tbirtl mu: jackie Perry. Rebecca Garrett, Sallie Smith, Marian Bray, jennifer Roach. LaMon Goodwin, Vicky Mintv, Brenda Crump, Penny Trussell. Sylvia Orrell, .lames NY'ilkins, Leon Vfalker. Ifuurtlw mu: Dorothy Murray. Kenneth Lewis, Linda Hodges. Sy-bel Russ. Patsy Butler. Betsy lfoster, Harriet Cole. Linda Sehulken, lfvelyn johnson. Mildred Harrell. Alice Marks. Iflfifr mu: joe McDowell. Sheral klohnson, Ciraee Corbett. .loyee Wvebster. Rosalie Howard, Phyllis -Iustiee. Kay YY'illiams. Yfanda Peterson, Linda Lanier. Ann Stewart. Carolyn Register.4l0r1nie Parish. beraldine Turner, l'aye Mathews. Mart' Hallmm, llril mu: Danny Xlfhite. l'stelle Batounis. Clara lustiee. Pat Allen. Toni Baggett. .lenny King. Doug Dayidson, Lina Sanford. 5i't1MItl' mu: Frankie Weiss, Andy Butler, .lo lllen Peterson. Phyllis Dixon. Betty Marshburn. Ciineer Brown. Delayne i anipbell. Susan Matthews. Betty Ward. -losine Band. Mary Helen Riyenbark. Shelby Wells. ilifuril mu: .ludy klones. Kay Clark, Patsy Meliollum. Martha Allen. Pat Chinn, Sarah llunnieutt, Shelby Lane. Lilly Bloodworth, Linda Coker. lllen Phillips, l'aye lewis. Dale Smith. lwmilfr mu: Pat Holt, Dixie Reaies, Loretta Arnette, laye Spencer, Carole Dubberly, Aludy ilieaeue. lilenda Ball, Bar- bara larnier, Tootsie Clardy, Ruth ldeerton. ,Iutly Vihitman. Marilyn Horne. lielyn XY'artl. Ivflfi run: Dean Burroughs, ,Iayne llentlerson. Mamie llollenton. Ray Xxalliams. Carol Booth, Pat Moore. l'aye Slieplwrd. lranees Lt-Neaye, .ludy Hayes, Barbara landen. linda Wftrren. .Ioyee Ciralan. Ann Blake. ,loyee Ponder. -me ..- ' 1 fr' r' -1 " r ,afaei f-gg sl! ll --i ll f ' , . .ry ' f, ..- .',., 3' .R- di'-,.,. I, ,4 i Y .XXI ' al t . ,. lflflflfe 14554955 GZGCJZVS of 34l'nel'iC6I. ,444 ,G .ff ff ' I , L.- --, - I m I" l 1 Ili ii "' " 1 NJYP,-, '-,,,..- E: ,- Fzrxl mu: Diane Wnlter, Sandra Simpson. Patsy lfarp, Mary Anne Morgan, Nancy Spivey. Sandra Henderson, Sarah Powell, Rebecca Buie, Mary Dowles. Mary Dees, ,loAnn Hines, Pat Lanier, Dorothy Piner. Gloria Austin, Sandra Raekley. -Ieri Hines. Stfenutl mu: Alewell Edgerton, Cierale Register, Peggy Merritt, Izloise Thompkins. Parker Bryant, .loe XX'alton. Nancy King. Joanne Riyenbark, .Ioyce Smith, ,lean Baker, ,Ianiee Riyenbark, Pam Jackson. Tbirtl ron: Sid Salling, Beth Vfilliams. Abbie Brown, Paula Oakley, june Rochelle, Betty Roberts, Carrie Thorpe. Peggy Clarke. Betty Smith, ,Iudy Smith. l'aye Covering. Irene Dunn, Louise Daughtery. I'o11rffi ron: Nlyra Price, Naomi White. Beth Parish, Aloyee Xlorgan, Addie Nlayhan. Sue Nlusseluhite. llelen Burton, Brenda Kelley. ,Io-Ann Merritt. Xlary Anne lland. Kay Rowe. Yieki l'otintain. Shirley Hobbs. Patyy Stubbs. l'liil roll: landis l'aee. .Xltlyth lone. linda Siltes. Debbie Kerr. .Xnnette Sallines. Diane Hanes. Xi'iou.f mit: Dianna Teaehey. Rose Potter. labhx Reaxes. linda Daxiy. Ann llarrell, Barbara Porter, Roberta Dans. Bar- bara XY'alter. Ann Haigwood, Xlary .Xnn Blaekhurn. Sandra Bruton. Sandra XYood:ock. Bonita Butliltin. Phyllis Parker, Nlathilda ,lean Nlooru, Tfiirif ion: Bessie Zelefillix. Rose Xlarie Xvelly. linda Stoudenmire. Dian Gritslti. Dottie Ann Smith. Nladeline Porter. Ursula Douglas, Phyllis Teague, Donna Clifton. linda XYvilll.lI11N. Pat lxirlow, l.inda l'i:rris. I'onr'Ili von: Pat Vl'hitten. l'laine Xluure, Diane Ciritlith. l'at Citiyton. Margie Bishop, Ann Ballard, Nancy Ciraie. Sandra Scruggs. Alys XYadsworth. Becky Rnenbark, Dorothy Naylor. Celeste ylohnson. llarxey larr ron: Norman Cleninions, lohn Kopp, Rae XY'orthington. Pat Taylor. ,loanne Starnew. Shirley Ohszer. Dorothy Iohn- King. lilflfi L son. Carol C,anady, Hazel Kerr, -Iames Cirirhth, ,ludy C,uniber. Ciltherine lutch. Kirby ' . el " ' X51 H ,, Il Qffgf ,H V tai st f,. 0, g, . ag L H ". 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N1 tIoI11I md Sixty IHLLIIIINS ot DI' Llubs sponior mnull Club Othuus XX 0rIxSIIop for Ill dub UIILLI ll'l X H H S Ind xxorlx III tIn I H X ur I x axmrlu I xxx Q .--I I-I6 or wore an servzce fo of ers , ..T.."EI -.-.1,... wp. 5 Dae Nlnllmor obtmns experlenee a a xmmx Txson xs seen eheelxlng groeer Doing the helpful yob ot earrunp., elerk tn shoe store at J heal super mar e out groeerles ns D T Long Club to present all teachers xuth potted plants on openmg d1y Outsxde of thelr regular Dnstrnbutne Edueatlon Club meetmg held each month 1D room S08 durmg homeroom pernod, the club llso has 1 meetmg lf night m the don ntoun arel Thls ns to help the student to be better prepared for sernee elub actnxtles 1fter gradultlon All DISIFIDUIIXC FdLlC1tl0D students ire urged to 10111 the Club slnee thenr aetnmes lre tued 1n closely xxxth the ellss room In recent years 100' of the Dust nbutne Fdue1t1on students hue been members of thxs elub Some of the follow msg beneflts 1re derncd from th1s elub dexelopment of leadershnp enue consemous ness, 1nd respeet of the responsnbmlntues of emzen ship part1C1p1t10n ln soclal funetlon, and attend mee II State md lN1t1onz1l LOI1Xkl1IlOI'lS D T Lone Sxrah Benson kenneth Branch . A 0 Q., 3 Q .. I A . ....v...,e6., . ,vw V I ' I '54 . fl ' I , z. rv 1 l'f . v b ','.f"'fl.4 1 f - I , ,y ' I , ' if 'e ' . ' f. ies 2' ' k-t. 3 ' . . . 1 Y' - - ' - ' , s ' ' 1 Y V' -. - , . . . . ., t I l l . it l . ' ' I ' . t I D , , 'A V. i 1 l' ' K ., . K . ,, ' , ' ' , , '. '. . . - 1 s s - ' -"'- -' -- x . K .. , . . , s s ff, ss -' V7 - . . . . ' ' . K 1 . ' 3 . ' ' - . V . , ' ' A - -y , . , V, ' w ., ' 147 7 l'lrs1 mu: Caroline XYaltnn, Martyaret Nadal, lxllen Solomon. Gloria Chestnut. Larulyn Stinson, .Ianet Hobbs. Roberta Mellnugall, Mrs. Warren 1.'XdvisurJ. St'tIllltlI'll1lflil'S,ll1 llasvsmi. Billie liurneshlane XX'ut1ten,l.ind1 Hancock, Gloria glean Ciollins.,lanet Raniseur. Annette Sallines, ililllltl mu: Mars Henderson, Heelsy Mei arley. Diane Smith, Naney Allen. Ann lerguson, Nancy lucas, Dtblwie Kerr, l,lIId.15lkC's, lwunffv run: Cilieri Renninger. liert liradshaw. Pat Bryant, Helene Pliseu, Paula Turner, Barbara liulfurd. Irin Nehlett. lwfllv mu: Susan Mwure. Vera Xxalson, Cheryl Rubertshaw. Szsllw mu: Bessie Zeleiillis, Mary C. Hndgin. ,Iudy Braddy. Margaret Haskett. ,Iudy Liidetmn. Marty I-ales. Beth Parish. Sutruffr run: Marilyn Knox. Alice Marks. ,lu-Arita Merritt, Diana joltnsun. Marilsn Peterstvn, ltiee Rivenbarlt. Iilelllli mu: Donna Hinnant. Sue Bergamini. Bettv Black. Ann Bergen. Helen Taylor. Ilnmtliy Hufliam. ,Ymlli mu: Martha Stanlev. Lynn Ruberts, . A ome fraln to ecome our ufure ieac ersg "To encourage qualified students to become cers: Margaret Nadal, President, Marilyn Knox and teachers" is the purpose of the Lua Le Grand Future Martha Stanley, Vice-Presidentsg and Alice Marks. Teachers Club. The members of this Club and oth- Secretary, are guides for District NCHA meeting. some sfrzve fo ma ee f e omes o merlca. The Future Homemakers of America, under the dentg Pat Badon, Secretary: and Diana Johnson, direction of Mrs. Josephine XVright and othcers: Treasurer, work to be more informed homemakers Lina Sanford, Presidentg jane Jordan, Vice-Presi- of tomorrow. lfrsl run: .Xnnette Sallings. :Kiss XYadswurtli. ,luda Hill. Linda Andrews. Mrs. XYrigl1t irhlsisurl. Geraldine Bell. litllie glean Riggs, .Xnn Xiels. Sftllfltl rutt: Debbie Kerr. Sslsia C arter. Sandra Seruges. Billie Burney, l'llen Ttrinl. SLIIJHIIU Lewis, Linda llasis. ,Ianigt 3 hltmlmstmn, Ann Helms. lavtnse lpps, -Ioan Dunn, .Xzin lrergttstun. Carolyn letersun. 'l'f1irtl run: Diana Iuhnsnn. liitla Sikes. Becky Rtvenbarlt. ,lane jordan. Kay Counts. Patrieta Stiles. Betty Inu Qnllins, Nanes' lucas. Cialenda Slatigltter. Sue Pope. Hrs an Dawson. Ann Bowen. Pam Cliasirn, lull! iff mit: In-.Xnn Merritt. C arule lewis. Paula Turner. Marty Allegtmd. C harlutte XX'ils.in. Doris ,lean Carney. Cariilvn lasswnn. Connie has. Yielq Iltmlustm. liarlaara Pliilliss, Marilyn Pittman, Rita Sapp, llflfv 1 inn. Xian l nn: :Xnn Rogers. linda llerre'1. lranees lmgltes. Kathryn Ktmwles. luann lesiwin. lielsn XX-.lI'kl. Rae XX'nrtln:ie lsn Knits. I selsn Jxtllsills. Susan Henderson. Suzanne M ure. Pat liadon. Penny Trussell. at Q' "3.tiwp.m..v.. N L trains or hfefime vocafions. ' ' 'f:,"'5 "-77" 2 1 Q ul . L" 'LT' -T - l s 5 m I "I I -- v I .. -W' I Iliff- ' Fdufv 1 r 9 1 iz Q ll A 1' Q Iris! wit: Xlarie Walton. .Iant Iurner. Ciail lraisitr. Sharon Olwster. Sue Xiirtliriip. lulia K-itlitlit. Xlarx I. lltlsts, lliiris l'ump. Xlr. liriiwli ifxdsisiir . Siiumf run: Greg bodxxin. liilly Rliiitles. ,Iimniy Nlallard. Peres liraswtll. lliiuil-is Cfiiiipsf. .xlliifi Xllislsfllli. RJ! Hwsltil. Iatls Iacoh. lfiiif mu: Bruce Parrish. Rohert Rouse. Ciene Hunt. .-Xliin XYatltins. Danny Haeain. llennx lewis lnnrffi mit: Charles a.irh-iriiugli. liilly leathey. .-Xl ltaci Under the direction of their advisor. Mr. CJ. C. Brown, the students of the Vocational Industrial Lluh of New Hanover High School work together to further education in connection with industry. .-Xfter informing classes and ioh experiences, the memlwers of this club and their ollicers: Dennis l.ewis. President: Ciail Traister. Vice-President: Sharon Oliver. Secretary: Nlarie XValton. Treasurer: and Douglas Cooper. Reporter: feel that they are better prepared for the jobs ahead of them tomor- row. This club is also most helpful in placing students in the vocation for which they are lwest suited, Through these actual ioh experiences. these students learn to meet the puhlie and to deal with various situations which arise in their individual vocations. latlm llrxan iilitains liie '-in zlzt ii-li' Kitttiug first fiiutl txptritii t in wiirls lun. lliiizi is swuii xx :hug xxlityr K aerituet izi i liital grottrx, ing Is Iimmx Nlallaftl. acquires his "ini :lit iiilai' txptritntt, -1 i Linda Fay Schulken captivates the attention of Reuben Sue Lamb and john Dees try to explain the mysteries of Moore and lfverett Huggins as she minces through her role fairy tales to Helen in "Meet Xie in St. Louis." St. Louis." Kelly in one scene from "Meet Xie in qzecy work io creafe anfasies . . . During the year the members of the Thespians of Hanover present several plays and assist in many other productions. A member of this club may jo-Ann Merritt, Diana johnson, and Kathryn Davis dress the dummy which plays an important role in the Thespian play. 13.2 hnd himself doing various odd jobs throughout the year: although some of the jobs are small, they are necessary parts of each production. Here we have recorded some of the more enjoyable and memorable events of the year. "Meet Me in St. Louis," a delightful three-.ict comedy. was presented by the Thespians of Han- over on November 1, 1958. The performance opened with a song and dance routine by the chorus, which also entertained between acts. The story was set in St. Louis at the turn of the century and concerned a family's prospective move to New York. Objecting to this moving. the four children decided to dissuade their father's boss from putting him in the more responsible position which would move them to New Yorlt: then the fun started. After a trolley's being def railed. bags of water being dropped on people. and much confusion being created, the boss tinallv decided that the father's place was really in St. l.ouis. The play was quite a success. and the proceeds from the show were used to send a few club mem- bers to Chapel Hill for the presentation of a play for the annual Drama Ifestival. A Q ai , ' v, r t ' tai? i 3 1 r i .-Xmi Iicrgvn .md KI-w-.Xrm lhrtlix-.11 talw ,1dN.xrit.ngu ii! X ,trim l,rJnt'w milling .md huipful hind. Thu nrt- xxiirlmf mg luUIIT1DlClU thc t-.urls 190111 t-fxttirutw fur tht- plqy "X1ut'C Vt- in St. I.nuu. R 1 21 M f 1 1 v .42 Vicky Hudgcs, Niargarut Swan, l'.1t Turner, Pat Sandurlm Lynda Suu I' ing number Bmuks. and St. Louis." ctcrwn, and Pat Huurc d.mcu thrmiuuh the upon with Vfclborn Smith. NY'illi,mi lnughlin. 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Tl - -' 1. 11 11 1I1- 111 ".1II1' LXI' Q ' 1. 141 .I.1.'.'-I -1-1" 11 . -1 if-1. or P easure and fumllmenf The Hanoxer Snngers haxe a full calendar ot eyents from September through Niay of each school year lt ean neyer be sand that they are an mactne group, for they work constantly on concert after concert Irequently m demand for performances for the clue clubs of XxllI'DlDgIOl'1, the Hanoyer Snngers deyote quxte a but of thelr tnme to these orgamzatlons Durmg speclal sea sons of the year, the Hanoxer Smgers enhance the sehool s letnntnes by smgnng for the student body at assemblies Immednately after Chrxstmas, they begun work on thelr annual operetta, and prepare to entertann the entxre cnty of Wnlmmgton A thus IS the bnggest undertakmg of the year, the group works up thenr performance to near per fectnon Among other thmgs the I-lanoyer Sm gers glye seyeral out of town concerts, and they strne from the begxnnmg of the year to prepare the1r skxlls for the State Choral Festn al nn Gre ns boro, lNorth Carolxna They also attend the Dxs trlct Contest which ns held thls year ln Lumberton North Carolma Thus anyone can see that th1s superxor musical group of singers has many dlf ferent types of concerts, and they are well known throughout a wnde area for thenr laudable per formances Y H e lreelur 0 e N ms s rlup tu L l U Ill llelr' lu 1 at l L e ummx lelglle remelrse lr L 4llNL 5.1 l oan Boyles and chorus are pxetureel m a dress rehearsal trom Carousel o Ellen Grubbs and Beth Troy are the dependable an serv neeessary aceompamsts of Hanoyer Smeers 'V iff' Wt 1:3 I 0 ' - ' , , l 1 tw, , , 7 ,' ' hx , v . '. ,,. e 5 V . . . K . A Q 'I K - , V , ff ,eg 2 . . . . . - W 5 , X I E V . . . X ., . '. . - ' ,' ', ' ' - , f -if . ' . ' ' 1 vii! 5. . . 7' - I S 1 J U I. . H N - 3 - ' . . . . I . y V . - . Y ' - - V I V J . h . f . ,- , . . d Y ' , ' - I V ' V ' Y I . rg 1,11 'r luflf Th- el' 'r , Nlr. l. yl lludon, tra' hm gr b- sk'Ilf l ' l -' Held, tx y ei no . ,. R 1,11 'r' r Qfvf: lie lgl.lS llnt .ml 'l I' ' tl 2 ' the-' PJTI with th' group ln "C.1r. 'l." x , , H , . . 4" .T H-. ' ' we 7 ,. - , rn X L 5 lfstellc Batounis, jeanne Blake, jane Bowen, Sheri Braswell, Glenda Brown. Virginia Brown. judy Burris. Dclayne Camp- bell. Patty Cartin, Ann Clark. Linda Clark, Betty Lou Collins, Helen Connelly, Sandra Corbett. -loan Cowie. Sarah Daniels, Judy llriggers. Carol lillis, Louise Epps, Scottie liwer, Sarah Lee Flowers, Barbara Fulford, Carol Gray, Ann Gutherie. Brenda Hall. Sandra Hansley, Margie Hardison, Ann Helms, Mary Henderson, .Ioycc Hewett, janice johnson, Curlenc jones, Pat jones, Rosemary Kelly, judy Kerr. Sandra Klander, joanne I.eGwin, Cornelia Letender. Ann Lewis, Susan Lewis, Roberta McDougal. Susan Nlatthews, Nancy Millar, Ann Miller, Susan Moore, Chris Nlurray, wludy Nunalec, liyelyn Pettet, lris Pickler, Mary Frances Platt, ,Ioyce Ponder, Rowena Porter, Sylvia Ray, Sandra Reynolds. Carla Schiller, lilaine Shipman. Diane Smith. Blar- tha Spooner, Ann Stoltley, Susan Swanson, Cynthia Vann, Cnarlotte Vfilson. Louise Vfilson. Ltfflng l'Aeu' voices an song xnne Allard udx Xndrtvu hay v. Balala ran Benton Xanty Bow den Nan X Bradshaw Pat Burt: n 1 :nl C arttr Tonya itrrx un rea K ark Xi.. it o i Crate or ett t a tr t ouist Dauniurw are in tnro 1. s IIL Sy u tr rex r ntr C aro yn ,or in Xlartaret Hansen S ty lxtx I sy lx ni, Butr y t st ia tx lexus C aro t X urrax Barbara lhillipns e n lieliard Xnn Platt Harrittt Powt l 1 a t tvtoo C aint lrii 1. C liaryl Robertsiau aint usx X arsia Sieppar lat iipman u y miti Pa si Stu it x Stryon tty Su liwan linda Sullixan X ary nn Tail r Patsy taeiu it min son en onil or tn a a n tit S 1. y Vt s u y i ant XX oo e 1:6 O O I I O o o o l l l l I.j -. ,I .F ' ,.' cj '. -.1 .'. I Cl' A J ' ll ', C lej. N " C b- ,Eli Cr b e'.l -1 jl C lj lek' 11.811-Ib-V ll ' fll. L-'bil lui-l-. Main Gad '. ll' C dc .. ' ' ',Iet,' 'arf 'i -'fl' l.'l1r'l ll. Bet-' i l- Lewis, Diane Lewis. Fay Lewis, lranees Loeltey, Diane Mamess. Kay Nlaylian. Denise NleFayden, Sarah Merritt. Dee Dee ,1 "' ,Ulu V' . V '-ll. .nd Pr-s ' d. QV' 'lle "1'e. 1 ' l '. ll'-R ,.l l ,l- d.l Sl' ,jdjSil, tjfbhnletlsjij .Be 'il' , ",.lj A jo, Y' T' 'l Jai- Tl p , lfll- 'I' ', D ull' W' ls k, lsyely XX'ard. l' l 'l Watts. li-lbj "-ll. xl dj XYilsut1,-I - N t'n. fAe ixeol CAorus entertains all The music department of New Hanover High School consists of three groups, two of which are the Girls' Glee Club and the Mixed Chorus. A girl who enters the Mixed Chorus must first have gone through at least a year of training in the Girls' Glee Club. Tryouts are held for boys. The Girls' Glee Club participates in the Thanksgiving, Christmas, and Easter programs of the school, and gives valuable training in group singing. After receiving the benefits of membership in the Girls' Glec Club, one may try out for a place in the Mixed Chorus. The director of the music depart- ment, Mr. Loyd Hudson, makes these selections. This is the stepping stone to the Hanover Singers, for Mr. Hudson chooses the singers from the Mixed Chorus. Quite frequently during the year the junior high schools are entertained by performances given by the Mixed Chorus. This group gives a concert of seasonal music the day before Thanksgiying holi- days to the student body and adds a valuable con- tribution to the annual Christmas concert given by the entire Vocal Music Department. To hear and see the excellent arrangements, mu- sic, and spirit of the Mixed Chorus is to remember a well-presented program. sf- Iat Badon ern Be iton lxay Bi hop udx Blake immy Bordeaux Beth Borneman Marion Brav Sandra lreten Xlel rose Britt uds Butler Linda Casteen Gloria Chestnutt Don Clark Iudx Counts Pat Craig lxathrxn Dail Carole Dubberls immv Ferguson Xlickex Finberg onnxe Flora Barbara Goodwin Beckx Hardison Doris Hardison Nanex Harrell Margaret Haskett uds Hates Mamie Hollemon .miee Horrell Sarah Hunnieutt Cirolxn uhnson Dianna lohnson Bexerlv ones la sv ones Nanei lxint, Barbara landen She bx L ne Margie levus -Xddi XllXl1ll11 o -Xnn N erritt a e Nlize Ie nee X organ Xlariea Parnell Sarah Pearson lleanor Peterson o n eters in ein ri gen tonne Ramsev Betty Ro erts Npri Rogers Barbara Sitteruhite C trol Simmons Birbira Sin letarx osee Smith Nilli Smith Xlareii Stan in lrrmees Stiles 131 - r x 1 J, 1. .I ' ' . -3 1 1. ,' . . . A V , . ' 1 ' i., F 3 . , Q A .-A . 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I1'-Ix' N1:.I::'l1.I'L I f 1I I 11I IIII 1 I1 I11 lP1w1.i. N. 21 NI1Ix.-,-. -1. K1 XI Ix lr1 I I I llii-A l1,x I'1:I1.:. Ix1 1 I C 1 I 4 1 I Ix X1 1 IQ1 '1 "1-14 li111'11'Y1' '1 I S NN I S I1 XI III IX 111 X MI... X.. , .L XX,-1. XX ,1II.uc XXL-1. I,1v. 11 1 11?111'1I. I-1 XX11111I1I1-, I A'J'2'-f,,,. The lditor-lnfiliief of the uH1l.l1'ilf. .loanne Gore. is shown here with the Business Nlanager. lit-ssie felelillis. Tc. ll. J liasiwtss stan it xxirls. X ...uf K:l7..1i tsi liek: l1.7"..i:', litssit Ysfttdiis. ami Ca: 'xt XX.i't.-- 1.i.'. Nlaw X "" Ir:-utr, li til . NA'-salt. Veil l"3 l,i::i me rlflnlclcaf urn isAes llsll The purpose of the Wiftfuzf as stated in one ot its issues is to Name the names. get. and preserve the historv of our school. Hold individuals together under high standards. Help promote the highest interest of the students. teachers. and school. Separate the worthwhile from the worthless. This year the Wallfvzzf staff advised bv Mrs. Cordelia Galphin. strived to uphold XX'orlsing with the Business Xlanager is Barbara Wese-at. Nanci' .-Xrnistronue. lynn Roberts. Libby' Pierce. and Caroline XX'alton, these ideals. Many things go into the making of a good newspaper. The staff members are always trying to have their section completed to meet the deadline. All sections. including reports. editorials, columns, pictures. cartoons. and adver- tisements have to be handed in approx- imately txvo xveelss before the newspaper comes out. Among the nianv features of the paper are all school sports events. club news. gossip. crossword pUl7lCS. and opinion polls. fAe students WMA . O . joanne Gore and Bessie Zezefillis, Edi- tor-in-Chief and Business Manager of the Wfildvaf, are the two leaders on the NI-IHS newspaper staff. The Editor has Charge of all editorials and is often seen giving advice to the other staffs when it is needed. The Business Manager and her staff, supervised by Mr. George Crowley, have the task of collecting advertisements for the paper and keeping a record of all Hnaneial matters. Of course, there are many other vital jobs filled by capable students on the staff. Members of the cir- Svizlrilz Xlrs. Galpliin, :lic new Supervisor, works with some of the staff. Slimiliuy: Gloria glean Collins, Iiddiu Buck, Helen Kelly. Culation staff, under the supervision of Miss Fannie O'Keef and Miss Martha Cro- martie, distribute copies of the XVilili'ul during homeroom period when the paper comes out. The journalism class works together Completing the layouts, con- ducting interviews for the paper, and getting the news around the school. Each person on the staff is a vital part of the lVilcfc'z1f. AK... ."'?'f 9 l at ua? ,Lx P Smfml: ,Icnnifer Roach. Stiiniliug: Lou Iillen Price, Uurotliv Murray, Margaret Swart. l'r.ineus Best, .ind Sally Smith. t ll ill il Lirtu un n i id o t trrnt 1-nit .ii an fl eruggs tinnt ti it Sarli llunnieutt i mi in Xiargit Q .irra rant u x lxtrr amt l r v Br n .1 Sup tns Ht tn XX iq, Xnm Xl ti I ri It .1 i IY HITI UHLS l X 1. J utlv Oshirn oniini XX for n ri Xlir it s news an accounfs o currenf events 161 M,- W? fs Ti 1, liditor Alan ll.ile .md Business Nliniger Rosslyn Trotli Ji cuss ind mike plins concerning the IIJHHZIVIJII liuduet. Beginning their work during the summer x'.1c.1- tion. the IldlIHl1'V'ldII Staff works .ill first semester to compile .mtl produce the yearbook of New Hin- over High School. the Ililunziriuii, Xluch more work goes into the pululicitioii of our .lI1I1L1.ll than meets the eye. lirst. before school is in session .lt the beginning of the yen. the s.ile of .itls is the job of every stall member. Soliciting .ill of XYilmington and the surrounding beiches, the Iltizioiwiuri stiff works diligently to I'.1lSc' funtls for the expensive process of publishing the Iliifmr wrmn. When this s.1le of .ids is brought to .i close. the sile of subscriptions begins: .ind each student in New H.mox'er High School is given the oppor- tunity of securing L1 yexrboolx. During this time. the stag editors working out their respective sec- tions are having club pictures, sports pictures. activity pictures. and individu.1l pictures taken Kyle anoverian Sfaffpresenis AigAbgAf5 o . 'lhe Subscription lditor. Nlararet liixler. an .rat Advertising Idi:-ir, Barbara Lmdner. o ' trieir sections. lrhe sale of lI.u1ffit1'1.1r1v m the fal and the distribution or tzit startaoi lvs m tr e spring r ti-zz: ':X.,'t1-uzscrmz r Ilrawme 11: Zlie ads for :ne adxtrzzsm- t in in tasls ot :ne adserzi e edithr. for use in the Huuoitriarz. All the staff members assist in the taking and assembling of these many pictures. To reward the I-Iafmztwiaiz staff of the 1957-58 vearboolt, the Columbia Scholastic Press Associa- tion of Colleges and Universities awarded us a first place prize for the annual. This is a very high honor and proof of the hard work put forth in the publication. After the pictures are taken, the staff members identify and .arrange them in the order in which thev are to be printed. Then a layout of each page, along with copy, is completed and given to the proper authorities. Thus, some of the work that produces our Hauozerian is complete. a cyear af The election of the editor and business manager of the next year's annual is held at the end of first semester by the IItllIUll'Vf4l7l staff members. Since everyone who works on the staff must be in the top third of his class, the job of choosing the one best qualified is a hard one. Continuallv striving to work out new and orig- inal ideas. the members of the Ifdllflleffdll staff have turned out the biggest annual of the school's history this year. So progress is made even in school publicationsg and when the spring arrives. so also will the IIt1lIUll'I'fLllI arrive - revealing all the top secrets of color and theme the staff members have been hiding during the winter months. Xlr. lhomas C, Xlei all, Chit! .Mlvisorz Xlis. Pender Durham, llusiness .-'xdvisorg and Xliss Xlar- garet Head, Activities Advisor. are always txilli ng to lend each staff member .1 helping hand or the most-needed advice. 163 Xb' ...Ag ,Q-ff' The Sports liditor. Bonnie Sullivan, and her assistant, laldie Anderson, go over some of the manv details that go into their section. The 4 lass Staff. composed of Xlargaret :Xtkmson and Anne liountaln, Senior lditors, Alan Tavlor. 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Q Athletics e dull gleam of srlver and gold agarnst vel vet brnng nostalgsc memories ol the excitement and lun that lay In the wmmng ol the trophles These trophues standrng so gracefully erect seem to realize the honor they represent + + The vrctorses were no small ones come by chance They represent much trammg and hours ol practice and above all they repre sent the victory that teamwork and splrut nnevntably bring Underlylng the teamworlx and dulrgence ol the partncrpants themselves rs the splrlt ol the students who cheer them on victory Synonymous wrth athletscs at N H H S as good sportsmanshrp For those who do not attend gym class and are not on teams or In the Gtr s Athletnc Assocratnon the cheerleaders se the precedents ol wlnnrng and losing equally well Thus athletrcs provide a source of enloyment whuch as clean excntnng and open to all 4 1' l, 21 xA 14- vs Jia-v 'Q lnwl run: ld llird. Xlae XYilliams. Allen liahb. Skippy llunean. lion ldens, Robert liorl-tenhlgen. Tddie lluclt. Srrnllrf mu: Llaclsie Theodore. XYayne Stellies. llean llawlftins. john Saunders, -lim liarden, ,lerry llardee. Gene Padriclt. Tfuril mu: George Brown. Ronald Benson. Bobby King. Leon Brogden, lr., Rudy Xlintl. Bert Qhiemiego. I'-Ullffll mu. larry ldens, lireddie Ray. -limmy llerring. .Terry Spivex, Carl Vfarwicli. Buddy Stewart. David Vfard. Powerful foofgall feam is gri iron cynamife. To the sounds of band music and the shouts of a wildly enthusiastic crowd, the NX'ildcats of New Hanover High School pounded on the held to begin the 1958 season. Many hours of grueling practice in a hot summer sun had built the Wild- cats into a powerful unit. capable of holding its own against any foe. The first game of the season pitted the Vfildcats against A the Tigers of Conway, South Carolina. True to tradition. the XY'ildcats began action with a bang racking up four touch- downs and two extra points by the fourth quarter against Conwafs one touchdown. Already showing signs of a potent air arm. l,eon lirogden, Jr.. prepared the way for three of the 'Cat touchdowns with his line passing, xlacltie Theodore. strong. scrappy XY'ildcat halfbaclt. went oxer for two of the A touchdowns: senior l7reddie Ray plunged other for one: and 1 junior Terry Spivey added the other marker. The talented :ov X 1 of big Nlac Williams lsiclsed the two extra points for the Wil- 1 i mington team. llespite a bright beginning. the 'Cats failed to shiiie in the fourth quarter when a faltering defense :axe the Conway' squad three straight touchdowns. Two extra 3 points tied the game and what had seemed lilse an easy Wil- f mington sictora' ended in a deadloclt contest. 26-26. 4 ln a second non-eiintereiiee tilt. the XX'ildcatt mug-I Reinfil-,it lligh of XX'instov:-Salem. a home game attended lay -+."'H' fins. fir-C miaiii llaxiil XX ard in lfall l"'l ll'l-W7 lflffl lsf- i X .ul I. l.H.J,1HIU,1. R.-1 s1a:iil1:ig llzrxe :'l . 1" 'si N it li i 1 i 1 P" A H1 imuiit .ls svltitm .Intl iltlltl .ls tlils is ,1 1'.lVt null! 1111 Z .' lrlnllroix. ooloerafion on fge fielol is fLe Ley fo success. contributed in this first conference game by Don Ifdcns .mtl litltlic Huck, two st.1lu'.1rt boys of good silc .1ntl strcngtli. Big ,lim llcrring .1lSlJ sliowctl liimsclf to be quite .1 brtiiscr. .Ns Ill! XY'iltly.1tsn1ct li.1lt'igl1 in tliuii' sccontl con- fcrcncc cl,1sl1. cxcitvinunt 14.111 lngli, liotli tc.1n1s ware l1L1!'lgl'f' for .1 viutory, .1ntl so tlic 31.11110 xxpis ont' ol' tcnsion liroin tlic opening lsiultoll- to tl1c lin.1l minutes of play. l.1ilt11'c to n1.1ltutl1u UXIIII point. .1 NY'ilmington wc.1lti1css.1ll sc.1son.c.1t1st'tltl1c XYiltlc.1ts f- 1. ,- 4 f 5 ., 7 7 ,. L ,H , H Xl T L3 i I V H GW C f 7' 3 7 Q 2 ,- LJ -- E 7- I : lf ,-4 .-. "- A ,J J , 7 ft - I ,. z.. 5 "1 1 f-f 4 l 1 U 3 'T ,J FT. C- ,A P : , 7 1-- 4 : E' ,A N 1: , , ,- li , g 5 :, , ,Q F, 1 l ' .4 7: . f -4 1.- i i Q 3 , ,, - . C ,. 'J . A , Y- 1 :r, .. , 3 .- , , - .. ,. f: :H f f r- zj' f 1 ..,,, r, . n C I 3 1 ll ' C f : ll Q ..L and ollunwiw job by the 'C,1ts liclpctl to luriglitcn things s1zmc1x'l1.1t. VI4I'.lX'CllIlg to Ciruunslboro, tlic XY'iltlg.1ts next inut tlic XXvl1lI'llCSlJfSCI1lOI' Higli School in .1 non-confciv uncu tilt. ,X linc sliowing was contrilvutctl by lilllll twins lor ncitlicx' w.1s .iblt to stop tlic otl1c1'. l low- uvur. .1 crusliing grotintl .1tt.1cli by tliu XX'l1irlics sut- ttt't'tlt'tl in lioltling tlit- Y'filtlc.1ts to tlircclot1cl1tloxx'i1s xx liilt' tht- 'Wliirlics sqtluclutl out four. .1Xppro.1t'l1ii1lq tht- Pl1CIllllNCl1.1l. klll.lI'lCI'l3.1Cl'i Iron lirogtlcn stolt- tlic sliow witli .1 supcrlw lllsslllg PL'I'l-UI'I11.ll1CC. liitting on li out of I9 Jttcnipts. TllC.Ci.1Is .ilso storctl cxury ',.1 , I.. u, ' l l1l,11,,. Ii, 1. . I1t.ii,Is I1 iltlt !'.l1l.1 ' - iszu Illlil' . r L. .Q r' ,. hz, -4.3,-... A :-L, I Y r J ' f 'P4 SEASON'S RESULTS XYlI.IJl,.'XTS XY'lI.1XQ.'XTS XYILIXQATS XYILIJCATS XY'II.DCATS XVILIXQATS XVILDCATS XX'II.DCATS XVILDCATS . 26 Conway . . , 26 . 12 XY'inston-Salem . , 28 53 Rocky Xlount . , 14 . 6 Raleigh . . . 7 . 20 Greensboro . . ZS . ZS Goldsboro . . 13 . 6 XY'ilson . . 7 . 7 Durham . . 27 . 45 Fayetteville . . 20 laclxie lrlieiidiiruf fl -Q IIHCF xxizh -5 xardsfr p 1 Ill Ills -invaluable 1 im -sq 'QC I-D ln'- Q 'Fe la: EES 5 ,- X rr-ffl'-' .. l 2. -15- A ew uicL fAinAing leacls io foucLJowns. 4...-9-di-dl' time in possession but once. Only by a tre- mendous ground game did the W'hirlies man- age to stop the XVilmington squad and the final score was 28-20. Theodore, Spivey, and tackle George Brown were responsible for the W'ilmington touchdowns. Fullback Carl XY'ar- wick stood out as an excellent ball carrier and rusher. Showing great potential was Earl Cole, L1 speedy junior who really played with his heart in the game and should prove to be one of the best on next year's team. Next on the NI-H-IS agenda was a con- ference game with Goldsboro. The W'ildCats. much improved on defensive work, came from behind to cop to 28-15 victory. Making its best showing yet, the team members starred in every way. Fullback Carl W'arwick alone piled up 102 yards of rushing, and Jackie ,Ir-lin Saunders -- Hefty. WS- Ronald l5cnsonfSn1all, fast ball pounder-+rcal bruiser on the grid- Allen Ihlwh-Stalwart guard wixh Carrier!-good worker. iron. an eve for play. , - - . -. . a iL.,.'r!' x . N ygvpy-1 .. .,f ff- ',. . . - r 0 pmun murder mn thi. gridirmn George Brown-I 00-pound t und ut with a t fdefensiw s o punch. .wading x2 1 i 1 . I- Q1 . ,f '- , . I 2 ' 1 ... , c i nn"'T ' .1647 ALF' 9.1. -. fg- .,. 9T4.Z'?. 'A.W trt ego Sltndtr and .1 Ieir1 Spixey 'Outstanding iunior Rudi Nlintf Superb rtinner.h.1rd I1n1n11 Herring 1 our good rtstrxt- pow er with igrtat potential ff111.1de suen worker w1iIi.1I1i111i spirit. Mark 119 piiniids 1 kigilklllxx HX. lllLlHxlL. nfense Pracfice yields alesiragle resulfs. Theodore had a net gain of 64 yards. End Larry Iidens caught live out of ten passesg XX'arwick got five for sixg Spivey snagged two out of fourg big David Wftrd collected four out of eight: and Theo- dore collared two. Linemen who drew praise for their defensive work were guards Gene Padrick and Nlac Nfillianis, tackle lid litird. and center Buddy Stewart. Ifacing their strongest opponents of the season. the NY'ildcats next met XY'ilson, unbeaten and pos- sessing .1 strength of wide renown. The largest crowd of the season attended this, the Xlfildcats' Homecoming Ciame, and no one was disappointed. Although the XY'ildcats came out on the short end, they gave XVilson a fight which nearly tloored the first place team. Once again the brilliant passing of Leon Brogden, klr.. coupled with the equally bril- liant receiving of his targets accounted for XTIOSI of the home team gains. Beautiful defensive wo1'k by the lirogdennien held the title-hungry Cyclones L111- Ill lllt' l.1NI ll1IiCU INIHLIICN Ol Il1C lULlI'Il1 L1Ll.lI'lL'I'. when tl1e Wilson team broke through to win the game 7-6. The loss, however, was eased by the fact that the 'Lats gave Xlfilson its toughest coin- petition of the se.1son. larry lidens made the Wild- cat six-pointer, while Ilarl Cole. Buddy Stewart. Nlac XY'illi.lI'l1S. lid Fnrd. and George Brown were cited as defensive standouts. Traveling next to Durham, the XY'ildcats played their poorest game of the season. losing 27-7. Poor defensive and offensive work accounted for .1 por- tion of the loss but the ,Cats contributed some fine action during the first quarter. Brogden's passing was superior as usual but his receivers were too often in the wrong spot. Edens was responsible for the one NY'ilmington touchdown, and Brogden kicked 45.5 llcftx line liti -il hard hitting lxhibiting his eiur-present spirit of LlClCl'I11lI1.llilYYl, ,lackie 'lilieodort plows his way down the gridiron. -' ' 175 yt , ,,p Y.. iii SC wus-q E1 111 HHH I- HQ --U - .av---i 1 s- 'il 7 1 B S'-e 2' Y I i E ft! fir F? -v 15 if V' es M Int! mit: Cecil Savt ver. Iobv Sandlin, -Ionatlian Dale, ,Ianies Watson, larl Oxendine, Billy Nici.-irmitlt. lerry Skipper larrt Hower.. S.ioi1.f init: larry liell. liunnv Batson, Walliain Iplilers. glolin Creech. larl Calle, Butch Lennon, Wiright Killian, Vtiavz Yvatltins, Xionk Aslieu, llton Kirby, Ciarland Hobbs, Dickie llallman. Steve Cirarztham. Robert Burns. rj-alenf ana! sfrengfA unclerbe fAe varsiicy. Underlying the Vfildcat varsity this year were a strong group of boys in the form of the "B" squad and the -Iavvees. Possessing a great potential, both of these teams received thorough workouts and training to make the most of their talents. Through this expert developing process, these "beef" teams were processed and cured in a series of games with teams of equal status throughout eastern North Carolina. ln this manner, material for the varsitv Intl ron: Ace Potter. Xlcl rae Padgett. liilly Salling. Ray Rickenhatlver, Si'i'm1.l mit' larry Xlincev. Iohnnv Hester. Allan Taxlor. Ri.. Ion liabbv' liotxdcn, William Xlathis. Tfvnf mu: lewis l'ulcl1er. Robert .-Xntlerson. llavitl Yvard. Rllv, liillv l3rogden. lverett llni is readied and subsequently, the XY'ildcats have a never-ending supply of well-trained, hard-playing bovs who have had their individual skills developed to the fullest before they reach the real competi- tion that comes with being a member of the Var- sity. Both the "B" squad and the slayvees had excellent records this vear thanks to the superb coaching of Buck Hardee and Calvin lame. es. Charlie Youngblood, Ciratly Conner, liill Collins. llarrv hard klordtn. Robert lenness. liill Dillon. ,lnnniv Cioodnigltv. ,Iohn Pittnian. -lerrv Nl-inroe, Robert Nltlieithan. iloninix 3 ' 2 4 M., . ' again -1 rfb Ei f X53 awp 5 , ai new 9599 JW! 4 4 g .! ' 42 ff Q .wx lerrv R-nntr. all-t-itirnameiit selection, lion Xlarsizall. dependable Vbiildtat re- Ierry Spiyey. an outstanding iunitr tlwttx ,lull ,H tliiwifig 1 wtll as in can' strvt, grabs .int ther eovtted rebotizid. starter, eyes the basket tor a shot. ttving rebotizxds. ean oolosfers earn fAe . 'V l va ue o feamsvor 2. 31 last action and lively team play make basketball ,Q V one of the most exciting of sports. Ifor this reason. V basketball is growing in popularity every day. Nlore 1 and more people are turning out each year to watch fl f this exciting sport. ll ,- lk The ability to move fast and think even faster si- 4 is very essential in the game. Many hours are spent . in learning new plays and maneuvers in addition ' to improving the individual skills. These raw materials combined with the desire of each player to win produce a team of which everyone can be 1' protid. These characteristics are certainly found in 1 Y . this year's edition of the NHHS basketball team. 3 ' 5 i .Ns cold weather arrives, the lean NHHS A5 QR J' hoopsters. wearing their gaily colored uniforms. " ' cfwmm lim. mu, Y begin to pound the hardwood once again. The gym to-c ,iptain Iasiii linietitri .min units selttn. ii tot fill becomes alive with the shouts of the spectators, the lfi as1s'i"Ul HU-'fd -'ml -'W " lournazntiit wiucllivta. I uri aintnt leam. Stewart aliiyks txcelltn I , x I , e .,,, fl, Am MN W., lima XXQVJY A pg lim t1f,,ii.,. scream ot the referees whistle, and the sound of ls lt hit f's'sl'fa lull' YW -1 fHl""1Wl- the ball as it slams against the backboard. 5,144 The XY'ildcat cagemen. nlled with the desire to win. take the court with pride. There is a moment ot tensenessq the Whistle ls blown: and the ball is tossed. .X new season is underway. Seeking to equal the brilliant record of past NHHS basketball teams. the Nvildcats started oft the long l'J5N-1999 season with a il--W non- conference yietory over the lumberton Pirates h Larry lfdens led the attaek with I9 points. i' With a dallling display of might. the Wiildcats dumped .lacksonville 6'-2' for their second straight non-conference win. On their third assignment. the XYildeats played the lligh Point liisons in lirogden llall. The lilstatls ptll tip a good right but the XY'ildcats skinned them ITT f An opponent reaches to block Ronnc-r's shot. QHGVS XY'hcn the first conference game rolled around, the XVildcats settled down to great, steady ball handling. After walking over the Raleigh Caps with 11 61-36 victory, they went on to take the lfayetteville Bulldogs for their second loop victory. The winning streak was now started - a streak that engulfed NVilson by a score of 69-47, the tough Rocky Mount Blackbirds S8-45, and the Durham Bulldogs. The Cats went on to halt the Goldsboro Quakers 65-43. The XVildcats then travelled to Raleigh to defeat I Z' if l I SEASONS N.H.H.S.-Visitors N Lumberton Sl to I-'ay-9305119 Jack-onvilie 67 27 Wils-an High Point 34 50 Atlantic Christian High Point 45 56 Vollege I-'rnsh Greensboro 33 31 Goldsboro Raleiifh 61 36 Rocky Mount Fayetteville 69 31 Durham Yvilson 69 -17 Rorl-Q Mount BN 15 llurhnm 51 -it Salisbury Goldsboro 63 43 Durham Raleigh 53 39 Greensboro RESULTS .ll.H.S.-Visitors Slate Play -off larrv ldens takes a free one. Cainfl an Mndefeafed C011 CYCVICC VCCOY . the Caps 53-59, giving the Cats their seventh con- ference win. Returning home, the XY'ilmington cagemen made their biggest splash of the season by rolling over the helpless Fayetteville Bulldogs with an 82-44 victory. Eleven Port City cagers saw action in this contest, The lean hoopsters then climaxed the regular season by defeating XY'ilson, Goldsboro, Rocky Mount, and Durham, all for the second time. The Cats now occupied first place with a regular season record of sixteen wins and one loss. ltl l't'.lt'ut'ls rcliicliilwers ulial Kllt 1l1 slit .llvuut xtialilliiq fniul xliuls, H 37 59 33 159 36 31 12 52 :J Q 0 fl: KJ f D fa LW. gg of P Q , .-., i 1 'sv llllf mu: Buddy Tilden, lio11.1ld liensoii, -lerrv NY'oolen, Bob 11 1 ntron ur in 11 r im S111u11.l 11111: Burt cilllL'I1'llUQLU, lcon lirogdein -lin, Bill Slack R11111111 C iliitl I 1r11 ldt t rx p xtx ggasegall team Acids easfern idle Reigning .15 1957 State AAA B.1seb.1ll Cluinps, ilie XY'llLlC.lIS of New l'l.lI10YCI' lligh School opened 1l1e 1958 se.1s011 with .1 strong desire to ren1g1i11 tops i11 the state. Great potential i11 the form of return- ing lettern1e11 Bob Conner, lioinan Ci.1briel, Jerry XVooten, Bill Slack. and Buddy Tilden indicated 111111 the possibility of ret.1i11i11g tl1e crown was highly probable. liectiuse of I'.1ll1, tl1e first g.ll'l1C of the season which pitted the NY'ilde.1ts .1g.1i11st lliyetteville. was twice postponed, .ind the 'Cats cl.1sl1ed first with Raleigh. Playing expertly .ind hitting equally li1111.1ld l'1.11son St lu t1t11111 llwlh llil Sl1111111111g t tr t . '. t' t' 1 xo' f ' ihiting high xpirit llll 111 Ill tid 1 with r 11111 71 t I 11 Iii gl 11 I1 sl 11 ltr 11111111 txli tir 1 it 111111 piiuewiiig grtzit .ll1llllX. l1.1rtl nork, iron 1111 1, lg . 1 F f an A N 129 1 ll 11 'N- I 7. , ,. l ' .1 Q -X, I I 1 5 X R , 1 J I ! Ar 'P' N - 1 53' 6 f Q, ex l 1' ll Q 1 bf 1 l we NNE! , K NVE? ,Q e WILDCATS . WILDCATS . , it WILDCATS . . WILDCATS . A . ' . XVILDCATS . - WILDCATS . f . WILDCATS WILDCATS f ' '.f, WILDCATS . , WILDCATS . . , ' 1' ' WILDCATS ' , WILDCATS I ' vi r S v , lf K A mf 'n 1. L' 1 WILDCATS 4 4' I - 2' ,Q ef f' g ef. ' If Co-Captain Buddy Tilden-Stocky, quick- moving third baseman--capable letterman. of the conference. Durham was the unlucky victim. Catcher Jerry Wooten made the finest catch of the game, a foul fly caught while standing among Durham's bats near the visitors' bench. Traveling next to Goldsboro, the Wildcats suffered their first loss of the season. None of the team members got more than one hit and this contributed somewhat to the 3-1 defeat by the Earthquakes. Wilson gave the Wildcats their next taste of competition and the two teams fought a tension filled battle which ended in a 3-3 deadlock. Both teams exhibited outstanding skill and ability in this contest consequently making it one of the most enjoyable of the season. Finally making up the Fayetteville game, the Wildcats went hog-wild and crushed the Fayetteville nine 21-0, a splendid whitewash job. Beginning the second half of the circuit, the Wildcats again met Raleigh's Caps and bowled them right out of the top seat in the con- ference. New Hanover ace Bobby Conner collected his third win of the season giving him a record of only two earned runs in 38 innings. Bill Slack, with a four for five batting afternoon, and Roman Gabriel, SEASON'S RESULTS . S Raleigh . . . . 2 . I2 Rocky Mount . . 3 . 6 Durham . . . 0 1 Goldsboro . . 3 . 3 Wilson . . . 3 . 21 Fayetteville . . 0 . 7 Raleigh . . . 0 . 3 Goldsboro . . . 0 . 12 Rocky Mount . . l . 12 Fayetteville . . 0 . 1 l Wilson . . 8 Stale Playofs . l Gastonia . . 2 3 Gastonia . . 4 Co-Captain jerry Wooten-Capable catcher with tremendous wallop when at bat-Eastern AAA All Star team. 1'f C amerun Morgan-Agile second baseman jerry SpivcyYl.one sophomore on the Freddie Ray-W'hiz on the mound with full of spirit and talent. team-shows great promise and potential. a batting average to match. fe . YY' .SEYZTZ K ..- f 2 f Hi: . Tr ix' LJ ft- "' - A ' MJ' NN" ' - ' -.391 ' r .. , ,- ,, 1 , A ,. ly . L -W ,A Qc T L' x ,. sf, 1 .ur . , , . aw Jaw-afar" ey, sw- - ,, uf,c5.Vf, 1 df' n .D 'REQ fs- f if 1 .1 , 1 K9 :Milf 'fiiitifa mi tg-. 155: J 4 '1- '5ff'T'Y"f.f"""i .. sid ' ' ' gf ' mr 51. fe , ,.r "UQ " . z ' f L. s. is ff.-I ,gt A .. ',5x.qp,j..... , ..,". J. 3323 L...... 1,-gf-,fri . -42-fine, .J M'-ef --' ef, 4-"ff, . 1,1-f.vvstF":ff,' ' . if' . ' " . .J .v Roman Gabriel - Far-stretching first Bobby Conner-liastern AAA Conference Bill Slack-Outstanding uutheldtr unh baseman htau liitterfoutstanding three "Player of the Year"-State All-Star team a strong hitting arm-season givtrai,t of Spgrt mm -pitched two shutouts and a no-hitter. .-400. xperl' lliel ing and Aiffing ma ee a vicforions feam with a tremendous home run which pushed three runs across the plate also shared the spotlight. Next on the agenda was Goldsboro, and the XVildcats gained revenge when pitcher Bobby Con- ner carved out a brilliant no-hit, no-run pitching effort against the Earthquakes, This was the fourth shutout of the season for the Brogdenmen and the Hrst no-hitter for Conner, one of the brightest pitching prospects ever to emerge from New Han- over. As the 'Cats moved on, the next victim to be mowed down was Rocky Mount. For the second time during the season, the Brogdenmen literally smeared the Blackbirds, the final score being 12-1. Bert Chiemitgo-Slender and willing to Larry lfdens-Lankv vsorlt-exttlltnt reserve for 1959 season. ing pitcher and equally 1 f0tx K Doing a repeat performance, the XVildcats again slaughtered the Fayetteville Bulldogs to rack up their eighth loop victory against one loss. Lefty Freddie Ray took credit for the 12-0 whitewash job, although Hollis Hales and Roman Gabriel pitched several innings apiece. Cameron Morgan lcd the Xvilmington batting attack with a four for five average including two doublesg Buddy Tilden slammed a triple and a doubleg and Larry Edens whacked a double. Clashing with W'ilson in the last game of the season due to a cancellation of the second Durham game, the NVildcats kept their seats with an 11-8 , leftfielder-promis- ,lim Xvorthington-Junior with a promis good with a bat. ing talent-prospect for 1959. Sie-xx - mi " 1 ' : 1 f ' . -1 i . .4 ' 4112! .sa ,,,. 'MWIWV ll , Q us... , f i LI - W .aix id ,. - ss . - ,v 1 1' , 3. ' or , 4 ' 'i 1 fa, ' e .i Fihuzvhl MX ,s , XX: 'Hifi 4 X N l i x' - 14 L1- Rudy Mintz, Kenneth Lewis, klerry llardee, jim Herring, Don Ldens, l'arl Cole, -limmy AlCl.Jl'I1lD. econol feam worLs chhgenigy towards iAe varsity triumph and thus ended the season as Eastern AAA Champs. Moving to the state finals, the XWildcats faced Gastonia and an old jinx. Never had the Wildcats beaten Gastonia for the state title although they had played them six times. Following tradition, the Gastonia nine edged the NVildCats 2-1 in the opener, and handed Bob Conner his first loss of the season after five straight wins. Buddy Tilden got the only XY'ildcat hit of the game when he smaclsed a ringing double in the fifth frame. With their backs against the wall, the 'Cats en- tered the second game and lost by a heartbreaking 4-3. However, this meant only that the 'Cats were second in the state and the team was quite satisfied with its slot as Eastern AAA Champions and State AAA Runner-up. Every team needs a strong foundation and the XVildcats are far from lacking this foundation. Be- neath the Varsity are the "BU team and the Jayvees. whose skills and abilities are being well developed for the day when they will replace their upper teammates. Behind all this are the coaches whose years of experience and whose ability are greatly responsible for the excellence of the teams which NHHS produces. Fifi! Ylhllf liillv Xlcfinrnmicli. Cameron Wfzrner. l.arry l'liiu.rs, .Inlin Nlihal. Svfoml mu! Bill Maulzsby, Robert jenness, I.nuis Howard, Iarrest Brown, Kenneth Nlclieirlian, -Iuhnnv Hobbs, I. IJ. Conner Q Qrl ,r ,g E, I '3 is ' . ' .5 5 , P i Fl 'se-fl? 2, 1 . H , i 'N 1 W A ' it-i . r A - :Lyman A117 A fs' s,f gf J Y Lts Xkldl lm H1 1 1 1 .X--zsia-3: :nad .'..r...1' r, lulia I'.1sc:i.1... .Xd'.1s1r. Xlrs. .Nlargaret Brick. 1 , ii - 1 . v... .... . ., . . ,. 1 .. ,ai . t li F....1N.!. t -ls . ...tatltrs lms' c . .... eeai... CAeerleaclers oosf SCAQQ! slpirif. ".Xll right everybody, let's heai' ilivvo liits. and let the team knoxv you mean itf Yellfu ilihese yvere the typical words this year of head cheerleader. lionnie Sullivan. Under her direction, the cheer- leaders really shoxved vim, vigor, and vit.1lity i11 their every activity. Not only did they yield all tl1eir energies in keeping the student body solidly behind the team at all the games. but they also lent themselves to numerous other activities. Sportsmanship Week vvas one of their projects during wliieli every homeroom of XHHS was visited by a cheerleader, a football player. and .1 Student Congress member. Speeches were made on sportsmanship, .lllkl the week was cliniaxed hy .1 speetl1 over the public address svstem hv the llL'.lLi cl1ee1'leader. XY'eekly pep rallies, .1 L'l1I'f'N.lI1ll1Cl11LIIN sale for the lloinecoming Game, and the lootball l'inals Dance helped keep school spirit at .1 l1igl1 level. A charming bulletin board for tl1e benefit of the student body was the result of the hard work of c,l1.1lI'lN.1I1 xludy Cuinber. klulia llaschall kept tl1e goalposts gaily decorated during football seas son, and Dorothy Murray did a commendable job as secretary of tl1e organization. .-Xlvvays willing to offer a helping hand vvas the group's advisor. Nlrs. Margaret Brock, and under her guidance. the cheerleaders experienced another fruitful year. , . 111-I 11111. lane Xlitthtll. liinnit' SL.llIX.1I1. linda l1al.e'ietI' 1 511f1r1.l 11111: kludv lluta, lutlx ftiinhtr. R111 Xlalott. liciix lim Tfvnxf mit' Iiilia l'ascl1.1ll. Ilurtitliv Nlurrav. 1 lf H I V , --. r,,. Q- .11- ,x 17" 'vs 2' 3' a :u -Q' 1 'ivf e .. gnu SP6 9l4'q', 's 90? is 1 n, a-'lf Alok- f 1. -av, -. ,. xv - -1 "" , H- ,,, Hi- "nm: ,-PQ-If-Q-U .zev 2'E:f:'-nf . , .Jw v W-1 1 1 1 c fi X 1 ' I ff 'S X! 4, f- 1 Q1 fs. A nk. 'ui-J' X of 0. Q'l 0 1 411 lint mu: C ylna Pugh. l'qg-gy Xlcrrltt. ,ludx .'Xl1H'l14!I1N, 'lwylla Robinson. Nnvlan Harrxw. llctu' Xlalllwuws. lsralcnu Cam. lranuw Holland, Srfmnf mu: lranms Kmg. Pat Allyn. Pat Turncr. Kat Praxwlsm. Ilxic lfrmt, l-vrutta Blake. Hamc Kusx. Rutlm ldgcrumn. Tfvlnf mu: Sandra Ragklux. Bunmc Page. .Xluma Cludgcr, -lcwcll ldgcrtun. fav Spcnscr. lun' Cmingtun, lScx-,-rly jmuus. llblw Ryan. klanc Ig-wus. lfmrffw mu: C arulyn Lawn. Claris Camcrun, Inmla lluggixms, Nanu Andurwn. Margie Carlin, Sandra lirulun. I.im.la Nlnlmr, Faye Wallctu. Clluria Stcvcm. Porfs-mincleclgir 5 enjoy varieclacfivifies offAe lull mn: Barbara C auldgr. C mummy C,.n.Cl1urullc C awx, Shirley H1-lulv. llur-mln llaulmcr. Xlary .Xrm Hmmm, Nlarx Arm liarwn. liarlmra X1xllCr, Sllfff1.lvff14: Cylflrla Iixwnlwarlx. Dxxw Rumw. Umm Iiurrl-uglu. lim-ml.: Slupman. X1.lFX Hall. Xlulgu llarrulwn, luamwrc Xlalllubx. lulla liuldlc. 'l'fvn.f mu: Pan Hull. Vatu larp. lmda llcrrun. llarluuu I'-swell. Alum l,,lY'gClL'l'. Iuyku .'Xmgu. lixlllc C arr-ull. Xlarx Yatw. Cyurrx Cyrccr. fnlxrlfv mu: llllalvctlm Xaamml. Cuclxa luncx. Xlnlclilw lirilc. IjL'j.IXY I'-TFP, lrcnc Uurnalh Cliflalllh' cl1llU'lk'. l.lUrL'lIL' .-Xrnuuc. Cyl-vrna Hum. Marx Cyurlaric. Oluia 'l'x1:lCur. Adxisiir, Nlrs. It-.in Iillttt, otlcrs sonic litlprol tips on IL'lllllN Nlflikfh. lJiss.Lissii1g tlicir LlL1!lCs .irc liuporlur. lk-xtrlx longs: Sports lllrugtor, lilvlsi limm: .mtl lJt'xolioii.il C li.urm.m, ll1l.lf iwttli XX iiiul. Attaining ch.ir.1ctcr through sportsmanship is onc of thu main purposcs of the Ciirls' Athletic .'Xssoui.1tion of New ll.movcr lligh School, .tml thcsc girls .irc supcrh products of that purposc. This oi'g.mi1.1tiou. composctl of sports-mimlctl girls. is onc of thu most .tctivc in NHHS .mtl otfcrs hours of uiiioymcut to thc girls who .irc mcmlucrs. This group of girls show grcat cu- thusinsm for .ill sports .ictivitics .intl consequently. their tournamuiits .mtl contests .irc cxtrcmcly cu- joyllvlc. This y'c.ir's otliccrs .irc .is follows: Prcsitlciit- Xhrgiu CQ.1rtiug Yicc-Prcsitlcnt-l.imla Nlohrq Suc- l'CI.lI'f'?li.lf'C Willctts: TI'C.1SLlI'CI"S.lI1LlI'.l Bruton: hports lliiwutoi'-l,ilwliy liyxing Uuxotiormll Cllinirf 111,111-lflil.ilwtli XYootl: Point Rccor'tlc1'-Ciurrx Cii'cu": .mtl lit-poi'tt-1'-liuxcrly' hloncs. lf.ich of tht prccctliug girls is .1 f.1ilhful CVXQX mcmlwr .mtl umlur their lc.1tlurship. thc group has compilctl .in cxccllcnt rccortl this year. Nlrs. .lam Tillclt. .idx isor for thc group. is uvury hit .ls .lctivc .ls om' of hcr girls. ,-Xlu'.ix's willing to I1'lti:i.g-in-rtlit huv. Ci.-XA nhudulc arc Xiu r si tn! linda Nliihr: l'rt'sidui1tfXl.ir:ic Curtin: Sucrut it lttts: md ilirtasururfhndra Bruton. p- XK t :xsiiuq lwtzutt-i 4.i:i:.s. Kiroup ltxitltrs Xli x Li 1 l Ctlri Pugh. ,intl l'- zztt liqgtirtltr. Litrr "i, llku lx.x.llfllxlll,N ili.x Nflfl: V I K. lil Merry Career and Nlary llall present an unusu pieture as they frolie on the trapele. demonstrate the technique of some ditlieult maneuver in baslsetball. or lend .1 helping hand in the mastery of .1 tennis stroke. she is the indis- pensable foundation of this group. CLX.-X .activities are widespread and varied. lfrom early fall until the end of the school year. their schedule is running oyer with various activities. Yolleyball is o11e of the first sports of tl1e year. .X Round-Robin tournament is played in this sport. Ifyeryone plays and, win or lose. everyone has .1 good time. Basltetball is the next major sport in which the girls are engaged. A Round-Robin tournament is used here. too. During these tournaments. each girl learns new techniques and thereby improves her ability. Most important of all. however, are the lessons of good sportsmanship which .1re de- rived from these intramural contests. Another aetiyity which is widely participated in is the ping pong tournament. This table tennis competition calls for r.1pid thinlting and moving, and the benefits from this aetiyity are useful to every girl. Many girls participate in the badminton dou- bles tournament. whieh is another of the activities ine C GVQCfel' COVVIGS F0144 . . . .Xn unusual, hut colorful aetiyity it llie i1.'X.X is the do11lsey Xaney Vlard and l'.1t Xylntten txhihit -iuts:.1nding niuseui t 11 1n.1tion as they do xonie dirheult trielss with wooden stielss ee. which requires inueh eiitipe-rail 11. rd of the GAA. Still others enjoy the pleasure that comes from shutlleboard. and should the interest in this activity continue to increase. a tournament will be organized in this sport also. One of the most commendable contributions of the GAA are the dances the girls present at the Spring Festival. Many hours of intense practice are spent on the dances and the final product is a beautiful thing. The girls dance the parts of the boys also. Gay, colorful costumes add a lovely flair to the performance, but most interesting are the intricate steps which the girls have success- fully mastered. As a result of much hard vvorls and many hours of concentration, this performance has become one of the most eagerly awaited events at New Hanover High School. The most outstanding characteristics of the girls in this group are their willingness to work together and their fine sense of fair play. These attributes are the basic purposes of the GAA and in every activity, Mrs. Tillett strives to teach the girls the importance of such characteristics. Mrs. Tillett is totally responsible for the fine spirit among these girls, and she is continually striving to promote good sportsmanship among the girls of NHI-IS. Carolyn Lewis leaps high into the air to make the difli- cult jump shot in basketball. XVith such a fine advisor, this group of girls has become a symbol of the Hner things in NI-IHS, and this year has been one of outstanding con- tributions on their part. cooperafion an goo sloorismans ip. e heat uf excitement is on as two good volley- lxercise a plenty is derived from a spirited tug of war, while the crovt teams battle furiously to get another marker. behind cheers each side on. xA.'.h-r Y RCT The tramp of marchrng feet has ded rn o echoes the commands cease to rung across the parade grounds and the precrse sharp sounds of mrlrtary trarnrng have scattered on the wand Only these few thrngs remarn 3 represent the :deals of R O T C trarnrng crossed swords emblem of defense readred carbrnes symbol of protection whrte gloves a marlc of honor and the offrcers cap a srgn of responsrbrlrty a d leadershrp Above the basuc trarnrng the cadets recerve are the actrvrtres rn which they can partrcr pate From gaming experrence as marlrsmen on the Rrfle Team to the presentation of sponsors at the homecomung game and of cadet offucers at the annual ROTC Ball the students have a wade range of actrvrtres from whnch to choose the only rumor unrt of ts lund rn oth North and South Carolrna the New Hanover Hugh School ROTC follows the hgh prece dents set for rt to retarn the ratrng of an honor battalron Thus means that the cadets must follow therr honor code at all trmes, as well as to prepare to safeguard and defend Old Glory, should future need arrse -'H 1' -.-5, A The dngmfied appearance and bearmg of the N H HS Color Guard reflect the sp1r1t of the Reserve Officers Tramlng Corps When the Color Guard marches before the battalnon m a parade the onlookers are always xmpressed by thenr prlde The Color Guard IS expected at all tlmes to uphold the hugh standards of the battallon Members of the Color Guard durmg the year 1958 59 were H B Morgan L C Weaver to the R O T C orgamzatlon are the mam objectlves of these boys They are also re sponslble for the approprlate custody and dxsplay of these emblems at parades and cere momes Our R O T C Color Guard marchmg always before the companies serves as a remmder to each cadet that although he may be a small part of a large system the sy stem cannot run efliclently wlthout hum 196 . , . . ' Q . , . . , J. A. Smith, Jr., and G. B. Meadows. Proper honor and respect to the National Flag and . . . 7 - ' Q Qotl , ' . , . V , me COIOI' Qual' in'lPl'2S5iV24y ICWJS fAe companies QQ staff leacls fAe unit in allformaiions Sralml: Frank Furr, julia Paschall. Slumling: Charlie Baggctt, Robert McGee, Craig lfllis, Gary Wil- lctts, lidwin Taylor. In the R.O.T.C. of New Hanover High School, the only unit of its kind in all North Carolina high schools, the Battalion Staff is made up of the cadet ofhcers. This staff leads the unit into all formations. Boys in the R.O.T.C. are expected to uphold the highest standards at all times and to work diligently to keep up the already-established reputation of being a very Hne Reserve Officers' Train- ing Corps. vw' Honorary Cadet Lieutenant Colonel julia Paschall, Battalion Sponsor. at CK Nlaior Ifrcd H. Niurct N1Sgi. Bun W. Covington SFC Oliver D. Blake SFC Gayle F. Mitchell Sgt. loc D. Spann 197 Cjfficers P an fAe .qi . Ball anal ofAer Projecfs. Serving as aids to the instructors and to the cadets, the members of the Officers' Club carry out its purpose, to perform social functions, to foster better relations between cadet ofhcers, and to pro- mote fellowship, school spirit, and patriotism. The membership of this club is composed of all third- sear cadets wishing to loin This year it was de cided that all non commissioned ofhccrs would be r... 1 ri honorary members. Meeting on NVednesday after- noon, these cadets and their officers: President, Buck O'Shieldsg Vice-President, john Koppg Secretary- Treasurer, Vfilliam Hartzogg and Charlie Baggett, Parliamentariang work together with Major Fred H. Muret to plan various projects of the vear. One of the most important prolects of the Ofhcers Club IS the annual ROTC Ball 'QQ 'ff Q ...Vai ILUYLL CX L .1 C IHILII .lllxl UXSL UYHLN NLS .IHA lJl1.l C JYIULIT nes O rr uns e 1r111a11 e 11 s es R C1 rses 1 lSc1 1.1 C C umber lirastui ull s ci gslf' HCI fl' 1, 1 I'f.l TFJIII C I I Ill ef N C IIII' IK 1 1111 ar 1 1 iss w 1 ee 111 tsst e 1 1 e wane au O 1 1 l HH I UNL W1 HI N CTV lll X .IX JINL 1 1 1111te11 As 1 whoe th cadets from tie s1r1ous com panies 1re .1 sers impressise sipht but tI11s se1r tl1e ofheers were quite d1st1net1se 1n their reccntls ac quired green hats After a unanimous sole bs the Orheers Club it was decided to bus the brighter ats Irom their inspiring performance at the home 19 11 1 ts ie- ge 11111 nerr S IIILT XA flk Ykfl IL 5 I I I SIYLHCL r a el is 1rs111 .1 1 We e 1 .1 r 1 11 r1 coming L,lII1L the sscll planned ROTC Ball and mans other ROTC JLIINIIILS, th students of NHHS should reaI17e that ROTC is one of the most actise organilations in the school with these commending thoughts in mind, we then turn to congratulate the othcers for we realize that esers strong organization must hase capable leaders 3 v . 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I , , , . L' V . I 7 ' I '- ,b , 11 , T . - A fi I x . C , . h .. ' L : " ' 8 on- ommissioneol Gfficers' exce s in leacJersAiP an service. William D Alred Laurin B Askew Ir Donald R Blake Rodger R Blake Gerald N Branch Larry T Breeland Don ald L Brewer Iohn R Bryan Ir Billy C Cannes Maurice H Canads Ir Robert C Cantwell Arlon C Culey Waddell 'X Corbett Iames C Cotton Greer B Craig, Kenneth F Crow Bobbs G Dans Herbert L Davis Ronald I DeYoung aek D Dunn Walton D Idwards Robert I Fergus ohn L Callowax Thomas I Green Lsle D Hedman Iamesl Hodges lugtnt R Holt Iouis I Howard Charles R Howell Carl F Hudson Rolandl Huene William D Hufham Iohn F Hut, tins ihnl atkson Iloxd D ackson Henry A ordan r Newton I Rcllx Ir Graham H Renan Robert Nl Rerman Paul W Rillian r oe A Ring Irun L Rnowles ohnl Lane Douglas L Lanier Charles C Ieeuwenburg., Fbin W Lewis r Iohn C Lewis Iohnl Lockfaw N1eKendree R Long Ill William H Loughlin Charles W Nlassie Robert D VIcCall ames N Mtlamb, immy D Mills Rudolph I. Nlintz, Thomas Nl. Xloore. Frederick . Vlurray Charles T O'Rourke, W'illiam R Petples Iohn H Peterson Freddx W Pickler Luther L Potter I Isaac T Resnolds ames Robbins Ir Ierrs R Robbins Robert C Rogers Groier C Seaton ames Nl Sharpe Alue C Shipman Iames D Smith Matthias R Spruill lrun B Stack lutent Nls. Tan. William T Taslor ohn C Warner Robert O Wax Harold A Williams ulian A Wilsmn W J ter G Winn Excelling in leadership and seruce the Non learn of the experiences in teaching beginning Commissioned Officers of the ROTC are the Ser cadets the fundamentals of ROTC Selected from geants First Class Second Class, and all Niaster this group, four of the most outstanding Non- Sergeants. The Non-Commissioned Officers' Club Commissioned Officers are given the honor of serv- gives the members a time to enjoy fellow ship and ing as members of the Color Guard. 199 I n Cadet Captain NX llham C Taylor CIONIIJIIIII Ciflilllllllllillll' if 'bi Honorary Captam Parker Bryant Company SPOIHOY Tbinl Yrur Cuelzls Wlllxam L Bass Wnllnn C Cooper Hayes Robert S N1eC,ee Caene B Meadows ames A Smnth Setuml leur Cuelels Ioseph L Ashley Wayne I Baldwm Coley Career B Craig lll Kenneth lr Crow Bobby C1 Dans The Sound of the dnll nnstruetor s wonce hours ot drllhng and thorough dlseussuons on mxlxtary weapons are Xers famulnar to the ROTC cadet Dressed m neat umforms wlth shmmg brass and carefully polxshed shoes, all cadets assemble at the ROTC bulldmg for formatnon on Monday and Frnday mormngs durmg hrst pernod After recenmg thexr rlfles the group marehes ln strxct formatnon to the parade grounds located at Thnrteenth and Ann Streets After the first few weeks of the school year each cadet begms to beeome aeeustomed to the mnlntary pattern of the ROTC and soon each marehmg umt carries out eare fully and precnsely eyery command xssued to nt wnth th skull of an expertly tramed umt llton B Creeeh kenneth Cy Cvramger Lesley K Harrnss ohn A r Sherwood I Strnckland V mston C Taylor Leon I' Walker Robert L Barnhlll Rodger R Blake Damel B Cartm Arlon C Robert L lergus lddne V Caarner Ir Lloyd W Harris Nathan S Haskett ames L Hodges Charles R Howell Carl lr Hudson William D Hufham ohn I Huggins William I Iarrell Cyannes lou nmmy D Mills Charles T O Rourke Vbllham R Peeples Freddy Nl Pxekler ames S Pittman C rll Powell Randall H Romblad Groyer C Seaton lll louns F Tanerelle lugene Nle Tate lrranels B Taylor Stanleyl Vyxllns Xlnlton H W'oodle href lnarCul:Ix ohn B Allen Gene H Bawley Daudl Brown oseph A Clendenm Vnlham R Collms Xlareus Coom Ieon D Dans Xknllnam Nl Dnllon Vnllmml Eagle Xxllll-'UTI 5 Held r Delmas Luleher r Andrew H C,em mell Nlxlton T Cmeroek lddle P Cvodwm Don S Hayes Donald C Hobbs Wnllnam X Horne Charles S Howell r Bern G enkne qmee D ohnegn Arug R Oye I-redenek I- Lnbbx Troy A Nialpass Carl B Nlarshburn Ill Nlacalah I' Nlat toekg XX ,tene N1 Moody Gerald S Normandy Sjmuel OSnelds Albert C Ottaway Rendell Cy Parker Wnllnam I Pate uhan R Raynor Xlnlllam T Robertson Robert Roberts Nlaryln O Seagrowes Nlackne Sellers Iames P Spney Hubert C1 Strlekland Bernhard: Stumborg uhan Taylor Alexander Nl: Tl'-lvli VJFIOH I lemon Fdward W Ward Vullnam T White I Harxey W Vsnllnams Thomas WIIIIGHTS and LeRoy L XXFMIII Ill 29" 700 66 79 . y , , - , . s S . 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I n Cadet Captam Kenneth E Branch, Company Commander Es en though the trammg recen ed by the cadets nn thus Iumor ROTC battalnon IS maxnly of a mxhtary nature xts purpose ns multxple It helps the cadet deyelop hablts of ord rlmess, precnslon, courtesy, cor rectness of posture, and respect for and loyalty to constxtuted authornty Another lmportant feature about the ROTC IS that It ands the cadets to deyelop leadershnp The first year IS generally spent learning organnzatxon rules of conduct, and many other thmgs but nn second and thxrd year, the cadet has more chance to ruse nn rank and exercxse a degree of leader s up Honorary Captann jean Hardy Company Sponsor Third Icar Cadets Kenneth I1 Branch Iames A Canady Tony T Carter ohn Coluccn III Haney T Covll Ixllls C Braxton .Iames A Nlallard George N1 'Wann Parker L Wade Phxlnp L Sullnan Ir QIames F Tyer III Suomi Year Carlflx Douglas Anderson Donald R Blake jerry L Bland Albert S Boney Donald I: Brewer Iohn R Bryan Ir Larry W Cayton Alex Z Congleton Iames C Cotton Oscar W Dans I ames A Depland Ronald I De Young Nhchael W Fnpps Vernon B Fowler ohn L Galloway Nicholas C GIOVIDEIII Robert L Gurganlous David G Howard Ronald I: Huene ohn F ackson Graham H Kenan Elwyn L Kung Raeford Kmg Wllllam H Loughlm Phxlnp K Mclnms I ohn S Mohr Thomas M Moore Iohn H Peterson Luther L Potter Ir Isaac T Reynolds Ierry R Rob acl F Williams l'1r1l Iaar Cudelv Iatk N Ball-t Robert F L Baxter Edward B Btrgammn Irnest S Bland james C Brltt Luther G Brown Carroll D Carmlchatl Atlas L Cheek III Richard G Crabb Freddy IN Day Wulllam F Fhlers Iamts C, Ipps Clar ence N Fllell Tonv L Flowers Frtderltk B Graham Robert G Greer Wllllam R Hartlty I-llnott G Hunter Iemucl I ustlce r Brooks Kuth Fred I' Knllette Wnlham G Kung Alton Y Lennon ohn B Lnttleton Denms R Niarshburn Douglas D Niaultsby Rommy L 'vIcBennett Iohn A NIcCorklc Wllllam A 'Wclntosh Larry W Mmcey Iohn I. Nixtchtll Irmst W Nioore Harry T Patterson Daud N Rochelle Lester D Scott Ronmc D sellers Henry G Smith Niarshall G Smnth Wnllnam B Taylor Ir Daud F Ward Roy I Ward Alvin W Watkins Harold V Wells III 20 , . v l 2 . - - v - , 1 ' 1 . 1 , A 1 . , QI , . , . , . . 1 I . I 1 ' 1 - ' 1 Q .1 . ' . " ' : I. , . , . , . , . , Q . , . . , . 1 I - 1 . , . , . 1 . 1 Jr-1 I 4- J 1 - 1 - 1 1 ' 1 1 .. ,Qr.,QI . , r. ,QI . , . ,Q., . ,Q . - buns, Lloyd H. Saunders, Iames M. Sharpe, George C. Simpson, Matson C. Sknpper, Harvey R. Smith, QIames Dawson Smith, Mich' . , .. Q . , .. . . , . , . . , . , . ' '. ' ' 1 V . "' ' 1 ' : ' 1 - ' 1 - ' 1 - 1 - , 1 - 4 1 , - - - 1 ' ' ' I . . .. , I . ,, ' . , . , . ' ', . . ' , . .. I I I -. i . . ,, . . I . . , 1 I .1 .1 1 4- 1 - 1 - 1 Q 1 1 1 . . , 1 V' ' 1 'V ' 1 ' 1 . . 1. . . , Q . . , . . , . , Q . . , f s 7 1 1' I ' 1 ' T . . . , . . r . , . , . , . , . . - - , ,- 1 , 11 - 1 1 - 11 1 1 1 1 . -1 - 1 , , - 1 - 1 - - I .1-- .- - , M-. W I ' n Cadet CZPISID Thomas I. Wooten, jr Company Commander 'KWSN url 31.11 1 Ll ent X 111s Ronalt Benson an tx O C arr Norn1.111 ll Cl1.n1n1ons I5tn1.1n11n C C um xr rl s u ar C 11' wrant V1 1am XX Iartzo om R lxopp nrx li XlUFL,.1I1 C laudt 08111. s r A 1trt 1tv1 1 1am 1 tnttr r 1r ts t IU C 1 an 11C t ur an 1 etts 1omax XX oo 1.11 11111 r 4 11111.15 R tn XX1 11111 D Alrt S1dnu B An run JUTIII I As tu r Alton I- Iiatts XX nm or taux Iarrx T rttland Iiur on o trt Cantm. Ru o P1 XX Carter Albert I Lhtrrx XX addt or att: xmond C rttt1 11r tx untan var s ar ts amtx mmas tn trrx R C11 o Crt IJ NleCall amts A Rohbmx 111 ts o trts 1.1r ts n11 1 tt111s pru1 1 1.1111 fn or arold A W1l1ams Walter C 11111 rar ar 11 I1 Ro ert An revs C tn C B ll Rnku B Btrman tw. C Campfled R1el1ard A Cuoo ol111111 ll Dans 'Norman R Farmer r IIULSI loultr Leon '11 Fox Ir1r1kurl Inen1a11 XX1ll1am P Gemmt Albtrtl C1bson lll ohn VL Cyraham r Stephen R H.1rg.,ttt ohnnx C Hester Ralph Horton ohn L Hutchmson crrx D atobs Xlbtrt I. tvstll Robtrtl ohnson lamts B Long Ralph NleI.ean ohnnx R Nltlton Donald C Otew George B Parktr Vbmmt D Parker Delmus C Russ Daud C Sugar Tarl I Sellers Ixtnntth R Stanlu amts H Taxlor D.111d Tompluns ohn R Txson Vallate I' Vatlus Donald XX Watson -Krlon Vulson and Ralph S Z1mmtrman The kex vsork 1n ROTC IS preparauon The tra1n mg recen ed bx the cadet IS gn en w1th a thought of Humour. Captain MOH. Cooper the future The ROTC, of course, prepares students f""'f'f"'1 5f""1"1' for future m1l1tary seruce It also mforms these students of the opportun1t1es open for ser11ce 1n the Armv The1r classroom trammg wh1ch con1pr1ses txxo of the1r sexen hours a meek for ROTC IHCFO duces mans SlxlllS to the cadets Among, these art map readmg, marksmansh1p and Cleamng vseapons But m1l1tars seruee 1s not the only thmg for v1h1Lh cadets arc prcp1red for the leadersh1p tra1n1n1, max prom IDN aluablt 1n 1 poss1blc future busmess pos1t1on and the hab1ts of orderlmcss and pree1s1on 1f allow ed to take root v11ll be of beneht 1n home l1f1. as well as busmess Throughout the xear ROTC eadets are entouragtd to Compete Th1s taltes the form of e1ther group or lDdlXldU3l eompames compet1t1on At the 1nspeet1on on Fr1da1 one Honor Cadet IS Chosen from eaeh com 701 66 79 . ,, . L. " 7' '-on. ' C " ' ..' , YL Qui Tl 1 " 'Cf.11l'f1: l' g- -IJ. 1' dli' . .l R. l '. . .l 1' . . . ' . C' , ' " ' Q. Q I' , C 11.1 c l'. If rr. I-dg. C. Q. ral lll. 'ull I' 2 g. .I l . ' .Ile 1' . . 3 , i - 'fl ' 'ld . ,I ., ll ' N. Sl - ', Qlr., XX"ll' X. Sp' " . Al ., CQl1. l' L'p'l r'l, L1 :V Cl. NY".1'- , C ' A. Wvll' . Tl I.. N t' , jr. Sm' 1 Yu: Cf11J'l1: Tl1 . All- , "'ll'. . 'd, ' . d - ', l. ' S. lt- ', .I ., V. , ' O. ll d' . A' . B " . lxlliot I.. t . R b' C. C '-ll lll, d l l Q ' . ' .. C ' V' -ll A. C l - , lr., Raj O. Ci "'l. Cl . l- I. D ' . Val ml. I-kd ' d , Ch l' N. Ci ' Tl -I. Clrc' , -I' j . H- - dericlt, lfugene R. Holt, -Iarnes I.. Humhles, l'r1'in I.. Knowles, John I.. I..1ne, -Iohn CQ. Lewis, john I. Inckfaw, Neal Cl. l.o111an, R b- . . ' . il " . ' . hlr.. bl. 1- l". R b' ., Cl l- I.. S '1l, Nia l'.f A. S 'll Ill, XVII" T. ' .fl , ll . " l' . ' Q. XY . slr. Ifi. Y1' C Je' .: b d ' ll' l. c , " . ' , QI- ' Q. I 'l , " . ' k. .I I' . "', 1' . -, Al .. J. -' f. 5 ' ' , - , . QA ' -1. : -- , "4 A . ' -ll, ' 3. 5' ' . ,l X 1 ,l -- ' ' - ' " - ,l .' - ' - - Jr.. ,I - ' - .l .' - .l ' .. l I n Cadet Capta1n Lavy renee E Lamer, Company Commander pany on the b2SlS of personal neatness and m1l1tary knovy ledge, and from these four Honor Cadets one DlStlHgUlSllEd Cadet IS chosen Another recogmtxon IS the Honor Company of the week, announced by the 1nstructors each Monday The more 1mportant awards however, come tovyard the end of the year At a regular format1on at th1s t1me, awards are pre sented to the Company, Platoon, and Squad of the year In add1t1on there are four d1st1nct1ons gn en to 1nd1v1duals Medals are g1yen by the Opt1m1st Club Amcncan LCglOD, and Sons of the Amencan Revolu t1on to the most outstandnng first year second year, and thlrd year cadet nn recogmtnon of the1r outstand mg character The most coyeted ayy ard of the year IS the Cape Fear Sword, presented annually by the North Eastern Carolma C1tadel Alumm to the Humm., Ummm Html Kmm, thnrd year cadet who has been the most outstandmg f""'f""1 Sf "" 'W' throughout the school year Tbml leur Culrly Ceoree Xl 'Xntley Charl1e C Baegett Donald C Carmen Thomas Lstep Layyrenee I Lamer Wnlton N1 Leeuyyenbure lease A Loren ess1e lr Pr1d1,en W1ll1am T Smllll Charles H Spooner oseph I Stanley r I Taylor :ml har 11 rry Bea Cvera rane1 1 y Ca1nes Tommy Nl Coeman ANIII Day Bruee Dan1el Herbert L Dans Iered W lpps Haryey L Farr Thomas Fmbere, erry W buy Roy T Hamlet lou1s Hovrard Lloyd D laekson Robert Xl Rermon Paul W lx1ll1an oe A Kml, Charles C Lceuvyenburg, Nlelxemdree R Long, Ill aek Nl Nlason Charles W Nlassne ames N NlcLamb Rudolphl Xlmtl r W1ll1am Ir xllHI7 Prederxek Xlurray Robert C Rod rs lilly W Saryns Harold H Sasser Wnllnam P Seharl Aly1e C Sh1pman Leslnel Sl1lpY1l.lf'l Iry1n B Staek ll rrns 1 1am osson 1 1 son osel ms ere m Xlax T lurr A a1r C T1 e11e a aee ray usse atemer o ert xnson liryan li Hutham Mhley 1 ey l'l rolel R ee le ene 1111111 L1p,on Rona l long., amey H Nlaryhbu n ose 1 l XleDov1el Ro 1. K 'ylelxeuhan r T1n1otl1y O Xloore R1ehard l Parker Wade H P1eree Warren L Pxeott ol1nn1e S Reams Harry L Rlekenbaeker Dougelas Nl R1s1n1, Arthur Seott Donald A Sellers Denms L Sm1th Idvyard l Spencer lohn R Stout ohn Nl Syy anger aek T Ward Theodore W hntson IX W Wmner ,qw P19 v'- nze , -:Q 203 CC 97 . . . . . . W , Y Y . l - '. K , : ' . ,. V . A ...v I A '. on V, X Q by K . ' ' , - , v . K . .lu '. Y - - " " X. .' ' - '. l' ' - - - - ' - - 'V l ' 1- '.'- lf-- Ca l 1. A' . lr. Sm' 1 '- C.I1't1: La 1' A. - l, '- ld N. B 1l. B'll.- AI. ' -, I' . . Q l- , l" O. lj, '- L. I. ' 5 . v . A y ,V v Q ' v jr., -I . y I ,' H. I y -, ,. 5' A .V . ., . , w . ge , 1 U' . . ' , . ' , . ' ., ' ' . , ' ' ' . ', ' . . ' . 111-11 Yrur Carlvly: George A. Ayash, Thomas F. Baldwin, W'1llian1 O. Baltczcgar, Gray' D. Bass, Alr.. Donald D. Bradsluw, Ln 'l D. l511 ' , XVII' L. Cl , lfllis Nl. C wil, Paul B. Deli , R "xc V. lfalt' , lfy" 'tt I-ll , -lr., . .' . 5 , d ' yie, iralxar , Sli-I.-l 1-L om, yy' Il -- 12. t. R -ll W. H rl -, R b- 1.. H' , jr., 1 . ' , .1 H. .lm-, .1 . I.--, Hall'- In uve, II' y H, W , ld Q. . 1. -I ' . . ' r , -I -pl 5. , s "l, b-rt - ,l - - ' " - .l ' . ' . ' ' - .l ' Y- '- " f 4 if . ' r " - - .- '53-'g1Z,Qeg,.!f-4 V? " ' ' jAe ape ear IQ: es are a orne in wAife Aelrnefs an 3' oves Those ROTC cadets who are distinguished by their white helmets and gloves have the honor of being members of the Cape Fear Rifles Drill Platoon. The purpose of the club is to promote better understanding among its mem- bers. These cadets strive to make their team one of the best and most outstanding teams in the school. The club is indeed a precision drill team. The Cape Fear Rifles bring favorable publicity to the school and to the ROTC Battalion by their dashing drill performances at the presentation of sponsors during the homecoming game, presentation of officers during the ROTC Ball, the Cape Fear Sword Presentation, and various other ceremonies. The group practices diligently many hours, and their practice, precision, and skill are evident when the cadets perform on such occasions as the Azalea Festival Parade and the Azalea Ball. Demonstrating their expert team work, thc following members of the Cape Fear Rifles perform the Queen Anne salute. They are j. A. Robbins, jr., Ii. B. Stack, j. L. Galloway, VV. D. Alred. William D Alred Sidney Andrews, Larry T. Breeland, james O. Carr III, Albert Cherry, Kenneth 1- Crow Bobby C Dans Herbert L Dans john L. Galloway, Nathan Haskctt, L. P. Hayes, james L. Hodges, jack Lane William H Loughlin Charles V 'wlassie Frederick j. Murray, john H. Peterson, jesse K. Pridgen, james A. Robbins, Robert C Rodgers Harold Sasser Grower C Seaton james M. Sharpe, Albert N. Shew, jr., Arnold Spruill, Ervin B. Stack, Wallace Watkins rj' cle caolefs ln l'Ae ,!3anJl J f e companies ln ormaizon an ol' er acfwzhes we ral 'ar f, 44. url Ctra X Bartoot rn T Cm bww, 75"'a "' 4 yy ' 41 "whiff it 1 lam H ll ll Rlcur Uou wx tt cs c Waller out .IXI uggms ,turgt nmmson amcs mx on c uc Norris Cur ts l lrl tn xl Sxmpsnn ohnnx Il e. nu 1 urxtt na x mn anon t lltdmm Htnrx A or an Luton L mug IS .lmcr cn uns .lrncr our n 1 1 K XX 1 s n I USSL Ufnkl ULN UU Llll'L,L Ll'lLl l INN k DL 'H I U' 1 lad vc Thus band IS composed of those members of the hugh school band xx ho arc enrolled nn ROTC The mann func tlon of the ROTC Band IS to proxnde mnhtarx mus1c for parade and formatlon of the Corps Thus sear the band IS under the dnrectnon of Dr Fred J Boulxmght and Cadet C1pt:1m XX nllmm Carter Nfiebane III wx nth Anne Lx nn Chap man as nts sponsor After the mam hours of practnce the cadets may be counted on to gne an IITIPYCSSIXC perform ance mth preclslon formatlon and brnllmnt marches Nlem bers of thls group perform as muslcmns tvno homeroom perlods each week and report for classroom nnstructnons at two addntlonal homeroom perxods Lnelw marches, strlct formatnon and excellent performance gne these cadets out standmg honors Through therr constant practrce and mterest nn the band these cadets are worthx of the hlgh honor wxhnch IS gn en them ln the battalnon 20: llonurarx Cadet Captam Anne lY11 c.,l1.lDl1'l.1I1 Html Sflorzsor . 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I.. McBcnnctt, II. R. Robbins. Slamling: R. DcYoung, I. T. Reynolds. D. Burris, T. II. Fstep, I.. li. Lanier Ae qQfle fjeam Participates in national firincqimafcAes Practicing long hours to become more adept at the art of handling a rifle, the Rifle Team has won the reputation of being one of New Hanover High Sch0ol's outstanding groups. With the national firing matches before them, the members of the group exert a special effort to do as Coach Sgt. Oliver D. Blake and Team Captain Lawrence E. Lanier instruct them. Taking part in competitive firing are I. T. Reynolds, I. T. Reynolds and I.. F. Lanier carefully check L, T. Howard, R. J. DeYoung, T. J. Estep. their score after a match. 206 ww'-I -Q Aclvertlslng A the close ol a day there us no lorfluer pace han a school uthout ts hurryung happy stu ents Or' a parallel wuth a school un thus sense there are the vacated stores and shops Wuth no hustle and bustle ol last munute shop pers to lusten to theur doors are closed and theur blunds are pulled to prepare for the nught Tomorrow wrll fund these same shops stand ung ready to oller theur servuces to all w :J come Necessuty and tame may render changes to the laces of the shops but the good w Il ol the management wrll remaun unaltered The lruendluness and cooperatuon extended by them un theur relatuons wuth the stall ol the T959 HANOVERIAN have b en gratefully accepted by these students The students laculty and admunustratuon of New Hanover Hugh School wush to thank these shops and theur owners lor the lollowung advertusements whuch made the-ur bool: possuble Q . 0 . , . l l W l d u u , starung wude-eyed unto a deserted blackness 4 0- 4' h , I C 0 5 0 24-HOUR SERVICE BEAR FRONT END SERVICE AMOCO GAS QUAKER STATE OIL WESTINGHOUSE APPLIANCES GOODYEAR TIRES G.E. APPLIANCES DELCO BATTERIES RCA RADIOS A. C. PLUGS MOTOROLA CAR RADIOS 'II-IE FINEST IN TELEVISION SETS BRIGGS AND STRATTON MACQLQJLLAN cAMEnoN co The Souths Fmest MASTER STATION WILMINGTON NORTH CAROLINA Q ,- 0 ' l "Un thu IJUUIIII I1igl1II'u.I" f ff 53 E NNI Congratulations to the Graduating Class of 1959 ano' Best lflnshes for a lrfe of Success and Happrnessl Save Systematlcally Borrow Wlsely The 20 Mrllron Dollar Carolina Savings Gm Loan Assoclatlon Q01 Princess Street Wilmington, North Carolina ,i tl' . ,ul 4- -yx ",,' " f X ff ff. V32 X ffl- f ' ,rf 'fl , "' :3i X I . X' : .X1fi 1555 : , , gf: i '- E ,, f , qw M E , - .f- gi'?'r,:"f ri 5 gl gugziin ' . Y A ii-"fT"f1 L V , :L 'S . . . . . . C 0 0 0 0 WILIVII GTD CULLEGE A ulli ann ff! I IIIIIUI Cfllllgl 2 Libeml Arts Pre Medicil Technologx Business Administration Pre Nursing Engineering Accounting Pre Lfaw Secret1r11l Science Science Merchandising Elementary Education General Education bl NIMER QUARTER BFI INS IUNE 8 1939 IAII QUARTER BEC IINS SEPTEMBER 4 1999 All zourscs and credzfs from W1IIlIll1QfOlI College are accvplfd Lalzzc' by Semor Collfgm and Ufzfterslfzev Aomuss INQUIRIIS ro THI RIGISTRAR XXIIMINGTOW COLLPGI af ll V' ""r4i'r I i' , 'tl' 0lgl'l'ill.' 4'o11r1wx in: . - . V . . . K . -A . Secondary Education Engineering Technology . . , , . ,. . A I L . , . Q . P 1 1 1 w 1 F - 4 4 I L L , . - . 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' S .J , g,.f ' X gigflaz lxgj CHANNEL il A-1 r i gl V I W x 6 ssnvuns vue usrsnu cAnon.mAs WGNI WILMINGTON PRINTING COMPANY LETTERPRESS - OFFSET ROTARY BUSINESS FORMS CONGRATULATIONS GRADUATES? en Ma zufadurrrs 0 NEW HANOVER HIGH SCHOOL RINGS cxlcnds fo va b 0 3014 ibm' zerg best zwsbes or a bappg a if prosperous ufurr' Mag jour class rug rc' led the 103 0 jour bzgla Sz bool dags lbrougbouf lloe gears J JENKINS SONS CO, Inc 2601 W Lexmgton St Baltlmore 23 Md ' xLJ INSURED X 2 REAL ESTATE .-li risen AW f X3 A75 FQR SPPIX PEOPLES SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION 112 PRINCESS STREET I r ll I I I , I ' f .' c' f ' ' f ' " f ' ll . f ' I I ll ff I I ff I .1 ' T . . . . . , . A Zigi E 5 " 134' ---'ill ' N- If iff 1 S ' 5 E S-A gl 'A SAVINGS F H: I 5, A 5 LOANS LA , ?F...... .......... 1-uj:'.g:5j , U A - , TTTK5, m. Q I ' N all -,Q El M ' - L A 'S 41 I is lu: 906 II-IIL'I'L' thu C'Im'I: C'I1iH1cs TIMME CCRPORATION Best Wishes to the Class of 59 WI gt N C RO 37351 ' 9 307 North Front S i min o . Be prepared huy Coke by the case B ..E'K"3 W2 M Nl The es the moment when guests r ve when work drops h u ch rs ready a d the moment for to plete relax tlon Th ts the mo ent for ue cold Coe Cola Wrlmmgton Coca Cola Bottling Works, Inc N EVV E L L' S SHOPPING cffv me WRIGHTSVILLE BEACH, N. C. 0 0 O I A U ,f .1 Y ' Q 3 5, F A 2 . gf X p no .. r ., ' E I l I H3 I -.. ' u g' K ' 'T' v . I 3 ' J rv. 1 : ' JL ' . ' V . .5 an ,, ' ' ' , X , 1 ' -ni Q- K f -fb, f .:,- A I I '91 5 ,o ' ' ' X If - ,aw f g yi 'QL :I ' ' IN ' 5 I , up 1 --v' f . 5 Bar '- '. I . K ., . ' in , xg. x at r ' r ' I' E ,I 'Cole ' u u 'A LZ? X W tf.-red trade-mark r V a ri ...w en l n ' n m a ' . a ' m ' - a- . UOYVUU UNDII AUYNOIIIV Ol 'Nl COCA-COLA CONPANV IV O O Q - DIAMONDS WATCHES i l fi 5 CHINA CRYSTAL Sterlmq by Interncttlonal Wallace Sheff Towle Lum Reed G Barton Helrloom Gorham I -Y WILMINGTOIS LEADING JEWEL!! I It fro 1 Ixugoff It Cuarant Adffagu Hem JYISPJ gkreme KING OF AMERICAS DOUGHNUTS DOUGHNUT COMPANY 1600 Market S1 WILMINGTON N C CAPE FEAR MOTOR SALES 215 217 MARKET ST PHONE no a 6221 F WILMINGTON N C The Famlly Department Store YOUR FRIENDLY FORD DEALER ' 4 Ways to Shop Cash I Budget Charge O Layaway SHOP ALL 5 FLOORS 272 NORTH FRONT STREET PHONE no 2 sssx I ., , ' . PL Gllflla , I X , KRISPY KREME .' S , n "1 's- 'S 1 vcd ' ' ' 9 5 pf . l ep' ,, . O TI-I A 53 5 IW ly Phone RO 2-4453 505 North 4th Street WILMINGTON N C SO BUBBLY FRESH! IT MAKES FRIENDS FAST TAKE HOME CARTON TODAY Home of HOTPOINT Apphonces QUALITY FURNITURE McKOYS APPLIANCE 8. FURNITURE 3942 Market St WILMINGTCN N C III li mt I EVAN S STUDIO 314 North Front St Con ratzrlatmus C mdnatu See us for your Cop ond Gown Photos One 8 x 10 Black 6 White S2 00 One 8 x 10 O11 Color S5 00 Phone HO 3 3123 R C I I f g' ' J 1' CO. Phone RO 3-6296 ' S011 Ilia' Us! 411141 SUI' III' IIA! ' The Most Completely Modern DEPARTMENT STORE In the Eastern Carolmas Completely Au' Condxhoned Automahc Elevator Escalator Central Package Dehvery WILMINGTON NORTH CAROLINA CJ 3' es MS 251 CLASS ii UK! UKES I I SUNSHINE LAUNDRY an DRY CLEANERS I t a Sunslmzz In Brldal Headquarters and the home of Elne Sterllna Sllver Chma and Crystal Orange Blossom Dlamonds and E 1ne Ouallty Watches d JEWELERS SILVERSMITHS Front 81 Market Sis ll lllIlll1giOll Fmc' t hncflcr E qw TO THE l . .T :V O O l O F 9 ll Mr. '59 vnu E 'T 'Y d . 9 " -v Lizzlu ' ' ' 'S ' s 1 ' ' S INSURANCE 0 BONDS ALBERT F PERRY 230 Prmcess St Everybody Gathers ot URMILJD DRIVE IN RESTAURANT Fla 0 Good Food 0 Excellent Servrce 0 Seoltest Darry Products TRY A FAMOUS PIZZA BURGER 52I5 Oleander Drlve THE lI'IlIlIElTI0l5EllE L Qjlw Q 0 LINGERIE 0 BRIDAL TRGUSSEAU 0 DRESSES O SPORTS WEAR 0 EVENING WEAR 0 SUITS NEW O REMODELED RO 2 9584 22 No. Front Street NORTH SMITH COAL C0 Bulldlng Supplies Automatic Heotmg Equlpment Fuel Oll OUR RERUTATION YOUR CUARANTEE Dial RO 2 4486 606 610 North Sixth St. W ' ll ' Il ,f 4 C C O - ll fl 0 ll" ZTTL I- Y f- E.. .-,.. . I I ll fl LSUM BRE COASTAL MOTORS INC CADILLAC OLDSMOBILE Morker oT IITIW Sfreef Dol RO 3 242I THREE Q3 AUTO DINE Your Frlewdly Form ly Drive In ResTooroTT Phone RO 2 4622 Thlrd C1 Dawson Sts JOHNNIE MERCER'S FISHING PIER AND RECREATION CENTER WRIGHTSVILLE BEACH H O A D , . "Where The Promise is Performed" I - 'r I ' - r MOORE FONVIELLE REALTY CO WILMINGTON N C EEZ! W ,Zmwmzce GREENSBORO NORTH CAROLINA Q 523 Agency Ofhce 212 Ccrrolma Power 61 Lxqht Bldg I W WM A MCGIRT N CHESTER E IONES CLU WILMINGTON N c CIOIIIPIIIIIPIIIAS of NATIONAL CASH REGISTER COMPANY REX RESTAURANT SERVING SUPERLATIVE AMERICAN AND ITALIAN FOODS B MARINO :S SONS Iucksonvllle N C A Morehead Cxty cmd Wllmmgton N C ' . X I If ' ' . A 1 FREDERICK STERNBERGER M5 " .- Z D . -'Eu r PIILO T Q 1 l U C I I Z Z . O '. Wnqhrnwnv Sound At the sign of EXCELLENT SERVICE o EINE ATMOSPEPIIRE , . R .W 5 1, f thefvfermaid.. Q MODERN SHOE REPAIR SHOP HANDVER CENTER FREE PARKING 600 CARS LAUNDRY AND DRY CLEANERS Inc It A Il I IJ 202208 So th Font St WILMINGTON NORTH CAROIJNA HELPING-T0 BUILD 3 0 plaza Qcnmou owen Br LIGHT COMPA Best Wislzcs from YOUR PHILLIPS 66 DISTRIBUTORS FOUNTAIN BROS Inc ASTLE HAYNE ROAD WILMINGTON N C CHIC CHIC DRIVE IN RESTAURANT Your Good Nelqhbor 1n the Wllmlnqton Area' E W GODWINS SONS ll ll Q, . fx U I u . - .- ,, . . I 1 ll I O O Hlfruruxtllirlg to Build Ilia' llmmf' YOPP FUNERAL HOME QUALITY PQHTRAITS BELK BEERY STUDIO COASTAL CAB C0 YELLOW CAB C0 Phone RO 2 4464 Phone RO 2 3322 th t onfem ofzafu, BUILDERS AND REALTY CORPORATION nousas 354 CD1 WILMINGTON N C It Hhs A Plcaszfrv Plzotograplziug tlzc Class of '59 O I 24-HOUR SERVICE-ALWAYS 40812 Nor Second Sreet Your Home liuildcrs Phone - .8 ecmder Drive S 8. G CONCRETE COMPANY 2812 Momoe Sire WILMINGTON N C BOSEMAN S SPORTING GOODS 1201 Prmcess Street WILMINGTON N C STAR NEWS NEWSPAPERS Brmqs you CI Do11y Wrap Up of Latest Sport and Sc1'1oo1 News You are m touch wxth Nahonal Local World News when you read Wllmmgton Mormng Star The Wllmlngton News Sunday Star News OEE1C1AL PHOTOGRAPHERS EOR ANNUAL EXCEPT SENIORS BROWNING PHOTO CENTER IOPN L BROWNIN 119 Market Street Phone HOqer 2 8872 . Q1 I J-----'flu' Fastest 11'itl1 the Hllwt --e--- . . . ' . . ' fx LA . L7 BUY OPIEASY TERMS BAREFDUTS A3L'fl'l-'T 'W' S-1609 FURNITURE FOR EVERY ROOM HUGHES BROS FUEL CO LANDEN S TELEVISION CENTER RCA cmd Zemth Dealer HIFI AND STEREO PHONOC-RAPHS RECORDS 82 M k I St RO 36286 JARMAN S PHARMACY nc 111 11 Cor mm Ample Parkmg Space RO 2 5257 I It ROBERT C CANTWELL REAL ESTATE INSURANCE BONDS APPRAISALS 6 L gh! Bldg MOTOR COMPANY Your CHRYSLER PLYMOUTH cmd IMPERIAL DEALER BMJ 109 CHES NUT S REET BERNHARD ALTMAN I Sweaters I Sk1rts I Blouses CHARLES OF THE RITZ COSMETICS BLACK S MOTOR EXPRESS PETROLEUM TRANSPORTATION S thF SI CC I B hR dl WILMINGTON, N C I O O .al If In mmm' . O x6 ' 5 WILMINGTON. N. c. , I I I . D Prcsc-' nio s Cfarcfullj' I up dvd Deliveries Every Hour on the Hour Phone - 0 at e ' Ph l 15 h and Mar ei SI . . 6 if C l'n P wer i . fl 0 6 ' T T 1902 ou ront . cxroinc eoc ca Pete s SERVICE CENTER 31 LIVE OAK AVENUE Suuuug the Antomotzu Imld WE BE NOT THE BIGGEST BUT WERE THE BEST ROSE ICE and COAL CO E A RUSHER CO CUIIII IIIIILIIIN to C lass O E DuRANT sr-up CHANDLER Pho s Day RO 2 4232 N gh! RO 2 3705 Wate and Ma ke! Streets WILMINGTON N C YOW S SUPERETTE Open All Day Sunday N th cmd Che 1 ut St Phone RO 2 0308 WILMINGTON ELECTRICAL SUPPLY CO 11101112 Chest ul S! ee! WILMINGTON N C WILMINGTON FURNITURE 1005 1959 H11 Ulf IL Il 2705 Mc ke! St RO 2 S256 ff er S 'xl 105NoIh1"o Isa WILMINGTON N C I 7 f I .- 7 of '59 I ne: - - i : - r r I ELECTRICAL 6. MARINE SUPPLIES in sn s. - n r co 0 V ' -AI I I ' 1 Ifldlflx ' X ,E r . I-'K- r rn . ED FLEISHMAN Cv BROS. MEN'S WEAR Phone RO 2-7932 223 N. Front SI. WILMINGTON, NORTH CAROLINA FUTRELLE'S PHARMACY 129 Princess St. WILMINGTON, N. C. E B TOWLES CONSTRUCTION WILMINGTON N C ATLANTIC MOTORS INC YOUR De-SOTO PLYMOUTH DEALER Pho e RO 21105 Eleve th u d Pnncess St PATRICIA ANN SUPER MARKET 401 Chestnut SI ee! WILMINGTON N C F E R G U S A R K SEAFOOD RESTAURANT ON THE CAPE FEAR Moored at the Foot of Prmcess 7 Noam FRONT sr REED S PCR DIAMONDS 1111111111 tous 1111 1 t lJ111111o111I Illlplllftl COMPLETE FORMAL WEAR RENTAL SERVICE 1111 Hmm 0 X111111 Iirumls PAYNE'S MEN SHOP WILMINGTON N C , . n . n n ' s. r ' St. ' f f ff I L . I -- -- M4 , H CENTER DRUG CO PRESCRIPTION DRUGO1sTs OR R I AND DAN SON S Phone RO 32481 WILMINGTON N WILLETTS INSURANCE AGENCY 8 NORT FRONT ST WILMINGTON NORTH CAROLINA THE OXFORD SHOP 139 NORTH FRONT ST Pho e RO 33711 WILMINGTON N C 1411 I ssc HOTEL CAPE FEAR 6- Ch st VVIITUIDQIOD N C Connectmg Fue proof Garage SIDNEY I RIVENBARK CITY OPTICAL CO Phone RO 3 3321 7 IN FRON S RHODES Inc F U R N I T U R E NORTH FRONT ST WILMINGTON N C D Q1 ROger 2 5751 THE AUTOMATIC LAUNDRY SOJTI Ph ne RO 22022 PEOPLE S DRUG CO 4 na ,LI 1 u 1 Free Pxck Up :S Dehvery Serv1ce TCDLY 1122 N 41h ST RO 23310 RO 23 9 O C .NE 71h 'v' TS. A -,H N I , . C. ' ' 2nd e nu1Sts. n I I V , . . "UI Stvlv is of the f .'.' Inu ' A I ' Manager I I O . 310 . . .51 V T T. ' ' ' i . ll ll I U 'Ill ' Str " nf Iv Itl I 'nuff 19 C' 5 ICQ. ST O 1 - ,I , A . . 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W SAUNDERS DRUG STORES WILMINGTON S ORIGINAL CUT RATE DRUG STORES Two Locahons to Serve You 116 North 1608 Market Front St. Street gmail 31 North Fo t St WILMINGTON NORTH CAROLINA lNsunANcco'9 MOHRS ESSO SERVICE Fast Road Servlce Mechanical Repaxrs Phone RO 2 9261 1122 Ma ket St NISBET S 161 No th Fro t St Pho e RO 24825 WILMINGTON N C TODD S WAYSIDE FURNITURE CO 4039 Ma kat St eet FURNITURE CARPET DRAPERIES COMPLETE INSURANCE HAROLD W WELLS 8. SON 226 P mcess St eel WILMINGTON N C WAHL'S DEPT STORE Ph ne RO 35111 214 No th Front St 9 .,l 1 . E 7,14 O rn . I r . l I r n. . r r n . I I 0 . r' r r . Office Equipment, Machines G Supplies - School Supplies Salas and Service COASTAL OFFICE EQUIPMENT COMPANY 3926 MARKET ST. PHONE RO 3-7326 LEED'S MEN SHOP SPQRTSWEAR FOR MEN AND BcYs "Look to I,ced's to Look Your Best" CORNER FRONT AND MARKET Compliments of TEXTILE REMNANT SHOP 3303 MARKET ST Secxmsiress Home for Pirie Fabrics JEWELERS FOR THREE GENERATIONS REGISTERED JEWELER AMERICAN GEM SOCIETY FRONT AND CHESTNUT STREETS ALL LINES INSURANCE REAL ESTATE LOANS E L MATHEWS COOPERATIVE INSURANCE REAL ESTATE 8 N WILMINGTON N C ROGERS MATHEWS 8 NORTH FRONT ST HENRIKSEN S PHARMACY MARIQN 5 SPQRTING HANOVER CENTER WILMINGTON N C Fxtuzds congratulatzon Your doa tor IS our nfnruzcn to thc Claw o 39 0 Il ll I O - 1 2I4 NCESS STREET ' ' I ,- FOY ROE 61 COMPANY H111 1 I-111 Ifdftllflllil 9 Noam rnom sr WILMINGTON NORTH CAROLINA CEMENT PRODUCTS MFG Culvert Prpe O Septrc Tanks Precast Concrete Products 1401 s 5I no 24242 WILMINGTON N C BLOCK S SPORTSWEAR DRESS AND SPORT SHIRTS BLOCK SOUTHLAN D SPORTSWEAR INC WILMINGTON N C MOBILE HOMES INC THE GWG CORP 111 I-111 t 111 Mobzlc Homes RO 2 8552 4215 MARKET STREET h GODWIN OIL CO PHONE no 2-0312 CASTLE HAYNE ROAD SKINNER AND DANIELS BAR B CUE B C Ch k kSI FREE DELIVERY WILMINGTON N C 4518 M k1s1 .1 no a4oss BOB S CREDIT CLOTHIERS 711 Noam rounm s'r WILMINGTON N C FREEMAN SHOE CO 111 I 1 21 Noam mom sr WILMINGTON NORTH CAROLINA l . CO. 0 vrf"c1" :kv ' ' Pl 1: . h Sl. Phone - I I l H 1' " cs ' ' ' . I I 1 ' - Hiq way 17, North Filwst 011 N. C. Coast I Sp ' 1' ' q in ar-B- ue. Bar-B-Cue ' en and Brunswic ew at e . R . Phone - I I 1' ics Slmcs fm' ,-Ill" Compliments of L. SCHWARTZ FURNITURE COMPANY 713 N. 41h ST. TIDEWATER NATURAL GAS CO. At the Szgn of the Blue Hama' FRONT AND MARKET STS. WILMINGTON, N. C. Phone RO 3-3305 RADIO STATION WM F D 6 3 0 YOUR FAMILY STATION J M WEEKS OFFICE 61 SCHOOL SUPPLIES DIAL o z 5235 zoa Pnmcnss sr WILMINGTON N C WANET S SAUSAGE COMPANY QUALITY MEATS 437 CASTLE HAYNE ROAD HARBOR ISLAND AMOCO SERVICE STATION G C BRIDGES as SON AL s 2145 HARBOR ISLAND D Cr P AMOCO SERVICE STATION MILLER MOTTE BUSINESS COLLEGE 119 S 4 h ST BO 2 6980 ESTABLISHED 1916 SEASHORE DRUGS 2603 SOUTH FRONT Ph RO 2 B278 R . I Phone - I,l'L'NL'I'Il7ffU1l SL'I'l'iL'I.' is Um' lizzsinvs' , ST. . I . ' Woodbury Plumblng Morton s Company CONTRACTING REPAIRS NEW INSTALLATIONS 'III II ork C zuzzalmm' D al no 3 4324 2339 Shuley Rd. Servrce Drug Store It IILIL Sauce and Ozm 113 are Paramozmt 5 I ILL? IJCW ON I3 Phone R0 2 7739 I3 st 0 I1 Ia O Crowley s Cleaners, Inc 1710 Dawso St WILMINGTON N C LANE S PHARMACY Two Reqxstered Phclrmciclsts On Duty to Serve You 902 N Fo th St WILMINGTON N C Dxal RO 2 8576 Typewriter Inspection Co Busmess Machmes Smce 1928 R C ALLEN SALES CS SERVICE Co e Fxhh 6 Gree held Sts Dtal RO 26092 WILMINGTON N C an Hut llzs as PAUL S PLACE RCCKY POINT N C George's Super Market 925 N 4th St Turner s Drug Store 3930 Market St Dial RO 3 7304 PRESCRIPTION SPECIALISTS Tucker Real Estate Co. CAROLINA BEACH Servlce Fuel Oil Co. 10th 6 Chestnut ' I I " ' I - 1 , . -' . , I "4 I I ' ff " ' E, I ET , hcrrnzcxst i . . I Comer 8th and Market Sts. Cf . ll' I 1 I I ' ' C . ur . n . , . . 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