Newport News High School - Anchor Yearbook (Newport News, VA)

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A., William and Mar I"ranf'f's Ablaltf If. A., If'r'r'1ler'i1'l.'s1mrg Sfafe yl!'1Il7ILf'I'S College Harriet Cutler B. A., L'llHl'lIflHlI'g flflllf'-llt',' JI. A., New York Il'l'I"l'li6'l'81lt V inf or Ilarrls Ii. S., JI. S.. I 'ni I'f'l'SlIf1j of lf"1f1'-qinlzl 'valrofly Col. for Tr'r1clLer's,- IU. A., Columbia Univ. y 0urTeacl1erf whom we have come to know as our 9 friends 11 H Soon for us will our school days be ended l"nur 'llI'flI'.fJ nj' llfllllfflllll . . . . of l'fHlSfIlHf .wfririny fn11'u 1'd II rom- nmn yfml, lmrv II'Iflfll'!l us 1'0- wrjwflwr . ..,.. .lnrl :muy in H10 mmnwlzl nf our flfllllljifl, uw' .stand fUlIlf'flII'I' ...... ilu' .ljI'lllfNlIlfi?I.Il ,w'11inr.w uf' f'1l'lII'llllI'.ll 1934. THE BEACON U cl FEBRUARY. I l I 1934 Honor stndc-nts, left to right. first row: Richard Mason. Albert Green. Second row: Lillian Belle Tnylor. Nancy Luke, Nancy Rivlmrdson. Esther Aronow. Franc-4-s Lenz, Julia XVinstr-nd. Re-tty Brizlxt. 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The ofhmw are Nmmy Lulfv, Julia lVin.wfead, Hirlmrfl Jflmwm, Allwrf Hrvvn, liwffff lh'igl1f, and Lillian livllc' Taylor. , V 1 1 V J l FAGE THIRTEEN THE BEACON The Class of February, l93Lt President-Otis Brown lf'ice-President-Edioarcl Mooreh ea-fl Secretary-Bopeep Hfuncllcy Treasurer-Carolyn Carleton Valcdictorian-Esther Arononr Satatatorian-Nancy Richardson Third Honor Stnrlent-Frances Lena Sfurlcnt Council Representntine-Betty Bright Hing l'om mittee Ulmrlotte Deines Earnest Bowden Frances Lee Parker Flower Committee Virginia Jones Virginia Hurt Invitation Committee Ruth Fenton Frances Monfalcone Bernard M orewitz Motto Committee J alia Winstead Nancy Richardson Sybil Vest Bud Adams Mnsir 1 'ommittee-Nancy Richardson, Josephine Quinn fj!IIIIl'N--Iflllffk and Silver Floioer-Snap-dragon Motto-"Non est 'uifoere sed 'valere vita" "Life is accomplishment, not mere eti-menace" Y W FEBRUARY. 1934 OTIS BROWN President: Home Room Ol'- ficusq l'v'4--idx-lit I-"our Low Vlnss. BOPEEP HUNDLEY Secretaryg Yin--Pu-iident of Stnmlonl i'0lllll'li: Svcrvlnry .lllilvliv 0011111-il: Prvsidunt l,iL1-rm-3 Vlulv: Writi-r's Club: .lssistunl .xliX'l'l'iihillLI Muunlrvr of lla-zu-mi W1-vkly: French Vlulr: sum' of "V11Hily": Nvi'i'1-lnry 01' Svniur Clnssg 1iirl's .lllnli-lil-S: i'0llllll0lH'4" nn-nt Sm-:ilu-1-, ESTHER ARONOW Valedictoriang Gii'l's Public Npl-ulu-r Uluss A Uliunipiong Nnlionul llumn- Sovie-ty: Nu- limml 'l'ln-spiunsp Nclms Honor Svroll: Stuff ol' "Taming of tha- Shri-u"'. "V:ini!y". "Vul- innl", "'l'ln- First D 1' e s Huit": iAlll'l'lIl'j l'Iul1: Glvv Vlnli: xvI'lllll"b fiillil. 5 EDWARD MOOREHEAD Vice - President: National , S4-In-lnxriv Mlm-tic Key: Foot- 1 lmll: lin-lwtlmll: Truck: Busi- ii.-M Nlliiimri-i' of "Vanity"g ' Smfr' of "'l'uniinz of the Slii-.-u", liilllllliill Foncli of Milla'-I Fimtlrzlll 'l'vnm. l l l l Q CAROLYN CARLETON 1 Treasurerg Beacon Annual i St:iI'I': Nranfl' ol' "'l'ln0 Rioynl l"nnxil5 ' '. ' 'Tho 1l0f,L0nt0t", W mHlYll5l'I4ill'lj'm. "Taming of Hn- Nlm-xv": Class P11-sidunt: 1 Iii-:worn XY4-1-lily Stuff: Student Vmilw-il: l'lu'1'l'l0aul1'1'. l l I NANCY RICHARDSON Salutatoriaug Editor-in-Chief lh-:ii-nn Wo:-kly: President Nu- ' liunnl llunor Society: President tjnill :mil Si-roll: Chairman Q Sl-nior Music Committveg Sen- 1 im' Molto Vmvilnitti-03 Liturury I Vlulv: Vluss Sl'1'l'0illl'XQ Chnir- i mann l"onr lmu' Ring' i'0inmit- ' tm-ui XYriI1-r's Club: .Xrlivilies ' lmlln-rx: Xvlmx Honnl' Svroll. PAGE FIFTEEN PAGE IIXTEEN THE BEACON BUD ADAMS Varsity Football Squad: Basketball: 'l'i'ur'k: Literary Vlub: NVriter's Hub: Spanish Club: Class President: Tableaux of "Legend of Sleepy Hollow"C Senior Motto f'01l'lH1ittlt'l'Q Student Uouneil. J IMMY ELIZABETH . BBLBIN Eastern High, Balti- more: N. N. H. S.: 1 Spanish Club. FRANCES BOUTCHARD BOHLKEN Vnptuin: Varsity Football Squad: Basketball Squad: Track: Spanish Club: Staff of "Vanity", "Tam- ing of the ShreW": President Athletic .haxof-iationi Home Ronin Office-S. JOSEPH BRAITSCH Orchestra: Band: Type Certificates: "Rip Van Vl'inkle", "Legend of Sleep Hollow". "Robinson f'!'llS0l',Y' MARY WILSON CLARK llitvrnwy Club: Span- ish Club: Math Club: School Usher: "Legend of Sleepy Hollow": Home Room Offices: Girlls Athletic f'lub: Sosqui Pageant. li"ilK'0ll Weekly Stuff: Staff of l "Royal Family". , "Housepu.rty' 'Z 1 Home Room Of- fices: Girl's Ath- Q letics: "Rip Van : Winkler", "Legend of Sleepy Hollow" . Stuff of "Robinson Crusoe' 'L Svsqui- 1-1-nts-nninl. BETTY BRIGHT : N:ntion:i.l Honor S0- 3 1-if-ty: l"re-nch Cluhi ' Stuff of "'I'uining' of the Shrew": Execu- tivn- Board: Student ' Uuum-il: Homo Room Offivesl "Legend of Sleepy I Hollow": Literary W 4'lulv: Honor l Student l CHARLOTTE ' DEINES j Home Room 0ffices: 1 Class Cheerleader: Beacon Circulation N Staff: Home Evo- i nomies Club: Home Evonomics Fashion Show: "Rip Van Winkle": "Legend - of Sleepy Hollow": Type Certificate: Sesqui Pageant: Chairman Senior Ring Committee. l FRANK BENSON Home Room Office: Spanish Club! Photo Club. ERNEST BOWDEN Sf-equi Pageant: "Rip Van Winkle": Stuff of "Hutton- tot": Senior Plays, "Taming of the Shrew", Cantata: Football: Home Room Offices: Rim: Uommittee: Scrap ling. HUBEBT CARTER Varsity Football Squad : Track : 'tllip Van Winklc": Home Room Officer. VERA MAE DYKE Spanish Club. FEBRUARY. 1934 JESSE ELLIS 1 4 "Legend of Sleepy Hollow": "Rip Van Winkle": Boy's Home Economics Club: Staff of "Vanity", 4 RUTH PENTON Williamsburg High School: Home Economics Club: Home Room Office: "Rip Van Winkle": "Legend of Sleepy Hollow": Fashion Show: Invitation Committee: Senior Home Economics Club. l 5 MATT FULGHAM 4 liencon KVM-kly Stuff: Type Cor- tificates: "The Legend of Sleepy IIollow": Spanish Club: Home Room Offices. T WILLABD GRI:s1-IAM T l'r1-simlciit of Student Council: Cnptnin of 'l'rnck Tcnm: Ath- lntir- Council: Vars- ity Footlnill Sqund: Bnskctbnll: Corn- menvement Speaker: Home ltooxn Offices: Class Offices: Liter- ury Club: Cust of "The Vicious l'ir1'lv." i 1 w ELMO I-IAZELWOOID Football: Basketball Captain: Track: President of Athletic Council: Home Room Offices: Photo Club: "Rip Van i VVinkle": Staff of "Houseparty' '. 1 MARY GBANGER Home Economics Club: "Legend of Sleepy Hollow": Girl's Athletic Club ' l i i A i l i Home Room Offices: 1 Track: Type Cer- tificate: Usher, EMILY GUZIK Spanish Club: Girl's Athletic Club: Type Certificate: "Legend of Sleepy Hollow": Tublenux of "Rob- inson Crusoe". VIRGINIA HURT Literary Club: Senior Decoration Committee: French Club: Staff of "Taming of the Shrew". "First Dress Suit", "Valiant", "Vau- ity": "Legend of Sleepy Hollow": Senior Editor Bea- con Annual: School Usher. JAMES FLOWERS Sesqui Pageant: "Rip Van iVinkle": "Legend of Sleepy 1lollow": Home Economics Club: Fashion Show: Beacon Weekly Staff: Printing. ALBERT GREEN Boy's Glen Club: "The Dizzy Bnton": "NVulk the Plank": Photo Club: French Cluh: Home Room Offices: Student Council: "The Legend of Sleepy Hollow": Honor Student. ELIZABETH HAY Junior Wx-iter's Club: Senior Writ- 0l',S Club: French Club: Spanish Club: National Honor So- ciety: Staff of "Taming of the Shrew": Beacon lVeekly Staff: Reader's Club: Win- ner of the D. C. Essay Contest: "Legend of Sleepy Hollow". MARIE HUBER Home Economics Club: Staff of Senior Plays, "Tam- ing of the Shrew", "Rip Van lVinkle": "Legend of Sleepy Hollow": Home Room Offices. PAGE SEVENTEEN PAGE EIGHTEEN THE BEACON ELIZABETH HEATH Advertising Man- Q nger Beacon Annual: 1 Staff of "The Royal , Family", "The l Hottentotn, "House- l party". "Robinson - Ui-ue-1oe": Beacon VVeeklf Staff' Home ' 3 . Room Offices: Span- I l ish Club: "Legend , of Sleepy I-Iollow": ' Type Cf-rtificnte. STELLA JANIK Tnhlennx of "Legend of Sleepy Hollow": Steiff of "H0tten- totf', "Taming of the Shrew", "Sta- tion YYYYU, "First Dress Suit", "Val- ia,nt". "Mr. Pim Passes By", ' 'Featliertop' ' : Home Economies Club: Athletic Club. LILLIAN KA,PLON Home Room Offices: Novice Type- Certi- ficate: Jr. WVriter'S Club: Spanish Club: "Legend of Sleepy Hollow": Beacon lvvvkly Typist! Benvon Annual Typist. FRANCES LENZ National Honor So- uietyg Quill und Scroll: Business ltlennge-r of Beacon Wm-klyg Beacon Annual Staffg Liter- ary Club: Glee Cluht Cust of "The Tam- ANNA HOYEB. 'lkibleanx of "Legend of Sleepy Hollow": Stuff of "Taming of thv Shrew". t'X'nnity": Literary Pluhg French Club: Hnnn- Room Offices. l l ing of tho Shrew": N Stuff of "First Dress Suit' ', ' 'The Hottentot' ', "The Vnlinnt' ', ' 'Feather- top' '3 Typo Certi- ficates: Honor Student. VIRGINIA JONES National Thespinnsg Glee Clubg Literary Club: Cast of "Hot- tentot": Staff of "Taming of the Shrew". "Vanity": Senior Decorating Committee: Flower Uominitteol .Xrt Club: Fast. of "The Vif-ions flirrla-." ROSE KARAM Girls' Athletics: Spanish Club: Home Economics Club: Type Cortifivute: "Rip Van VVinkle": "Legend of Sleepy Hollowni Ilslwr. NANCY LUKE Cast of "Legend of Sleepy Hollow"g Staff of ' 'The VVeddinZ' '. ' 'The Royal Fam- ily". "Station YYYY' ', ' 'Taming of the Shrew' ', ' 'The Hundrodth Trick' '. ' 'Feather- ton". "The Val- iant". "The First Dress Suit": Deco- ration Committee: Senior Musir' Com- mittee: National Thespians: Honor Student. l 1 Gown: .moons Home Room Office: Type Certificate: Orchestra: Beacon XVookly Stuff. WILSON JONES Spanish illnhi Mid- :ct lhukothollg "Rip Vain Winkle", Hlmgmnl of Sleepy Hollow": Stuff of "Vanity": Staff of Bom-on Annunlg Of- fice Boy: Home Room Offivusq Cast of "'I'ln- To-npot on tha- lhrvkef' JACK KELSEY l.ilm-rary Club: Spanish Club: Foot- lmll: Office Forco: Moth Club: Airplane Club. RICHARD D. MASON George Wythe Junior High School: Thonnts Jefferson Liternry Society: Home Room Offices: Newport News High School: Beacon lVeokly Staff: Imskmlmll: Spanish Clubg Photo Club: Nntionnl Honor Society: Honor Studi-nt. FEBRUARY. 1934 HUGH MCQUOID Band: Orclmatrn 5 Spani:-xh Club: Home Room Office. FRANCES MONFALCONE "Rip Van Winklo", "ln-pgeud of Sleepy Hollow": Home Room Offices: Home Economics Club: 'I'ype Certificate: Fashion Show: Invitation Oom- mittee. GEORGE ORPHANDYS Beacon Weekly: Orchestra: Spanish Club: Sesquicenten- uial. BOB MEYEBHOFFER Yau-sity Football St nad: Staffs ot' ' 'iIIonsepa1'ty". ' 'Hottentot' '. ' 'Royal Family ' '. ' "ruining of the Shrew' ', ' 'Mr. Pim Passes By": 'Fableaux of "Rip Yan Winkle": Home Room Offices: Senior Play Staffs. CARLYLE R. MORRIS Student Council: Home Ronin Cheer- leader: Usher: Bea- con XVeekly Staff: Staff of "Taming of the Shrew": Home Economics Fashion Show: Track Team. FRANCES LEE PARKER National Honor Society: Glee Club: Literary Club: French Club: Staff of "Taming of the Shrew", "Vanity"9 Beacon NVeekly Staff: Home Room Offices: Beacon An- nual Staff: Senior Ring Committee: Cast of "It Some- times Happens," CYRIL MIRMELSTEIN Staff of licacon An- nual: Cast. of "Vau- ity", "Taming of the ShreW": Staff of "Vanity": B0y,'S Hlee Club: Bondi: I, Hear-on 'XVeekly' X Stuff: French Club: Orcliestrni Com- mencement Speaker: Asst. Director "Teu- pot ou the Rocks." BERNARD MOREWITZ Ilysterial Players Club: Boy's Glee Club: Student Qouur-il Representa- tive: "Legend of Sleepy Hollow": Sesquicentennial Pageant? Senior invitation Commit- tee: French Club: Photo Club: Senior Gift Committee: Home Room Offices. JOHN PARROTT Sesquicenteunial Pageant: Type Certificates: "Rip Van Winkle": Home Room Offices. MARION PLEASANTS "Legend of Sleepy Hollow": Spanish Club. AGNES POWELL National Thespians: National Honor Society: Literary Club: French Club: Cast of "Hotten- tot", "Taming of the Shrew". "Van- ity": Student Council: Spanish Club: Home Room Offices: Cast of "Teapot on the Rocks." JOSEPHINE QUINN Literary Club: French Club: XVrite1-'s Club: Staff of "The Valiant", "The First Dress ' Suiti". "Vanity": Student Council: "Legend of Sleepy Hol10W": Home Room Offices. PAGE NINETEEN PAGE TWENTV THE BEACON MILDRED SAUNDERS George XVythe School: Thomas Jef- ferson Literary So- ciety: Home Room Offices: Type Certificate: Home Economics Club: Girl's Athletic Club. LUCILLE SMITH Blackstone High School: Larkin- Clay Literary Club: "Legend of Sleepy Hollow": Type Certificate: "Rob- inson Crusoe": Senior Home Economics Club: Typist for Miss Sounders. IBVING SPOONEB Varsity Football Squad: Home Room Offices: Staff of ' 'Hottentotf' WILTON TAYLOR Varsity Football Squad: Track: Basketball. TBELMA SAUNIDEBS Readers Club: Home Economics Club: "Legend of Sleepy Hollow": Girls' Athletic Club: Home Room Offices: Type Certificates: Ses- quicentennial Pn Soant. JOE BOTEB "Rip Van Winkle": Home Room Offices. ALENE STANAWAY Home Economics Club: Girl's Athletic Club: "Legend of Sleepy Hollow": Staff of "Hotten- tot", "Taming of the Shrew", "Van- ity", "Station YYYY", "MI: Pim Passes By". "The Valiant." RITA THOMAS Sesquicentennial: "Legend of Sleepy Hollow: Photo Club: Home Economics Club: School Usher. MILDRED MAE SHOCQEY Glue' Cluh: "Rip Vun XYinkle"', "Legend of Sleepy Hollow": Staff of ' 'Feuthertop' ': Home Economics Fashion Show: Staff of "Houseparty", ' 'Royal Family' ', "Hottent0t": Home Room Offices: Sovquim-utennial. PAULINE SPENCER Typo Certificate: Glen Club: Home Room Offices: "Legend of Sleepy Hollow." LILLIAN BELLE TAYLOR lflrl itoi'-iu'Chicf Iihilrruury Annual: Mmuigiug Editor Beacon Newspaper: Writer's Club: Staff of "Taming of the Shrew". "Valiant", "First Dress Suit". "Vanity", "The Vicious Circle' ': Activities Letters: Honor Student: Nntionnl Quill and Scroll: National 'Plwspiuusi Nntionnl Honor Society. CHASON TUUKEB Beacon Newspaper: Activities Editor Beacon Annual: Quill and Scroll: Home Room Offices: Winner State Public Reading Contest: President Writer's Club: Scrap Bag: Epidemic Club: National Honor Society. FEBRUARY. 1934 EMMA D. TURNER Maury High School: Type Certificate: Athletic Club: Student Council. CATHERINE TUBPIN ' Girl's Athletic Club: Home Economics Club: "Legend of Sleepy Hollow": Stuff of "Hottentot", "Mr, Pim Passes By": School Usher: Ses- quicentennial Pageant: Type Certificate: Hom'- Room Offices. SYBIL VEST Clams Offices: Type Certificate: Secre- tory of Spanish Ulub: Home Ronin Offices: Senior Flower Committee: "Legend of Sleepy Hollow." ANNIE WEST .Ir. Home Economics Club: Sunior Home Economics Club: Type Certificate: Gin-Vs Athletics: Staff of "Taming of thu Shrew." LINW OOD VERNON Truck : Basketball 2 N. N. H. S. Midgets: "Legend of Sleepy Hollow: Yorktown Sesquiceutennial, ELAINE WILLIAMS Literary Club: Junior Writer's Club: Writer's Club: Usher: Stuff of l "Vanity": Cast of I "l-Iottentot", :"1'nming of the rihi'ew": French Club: Senior Musician: Cast of "Teapot on the Rocks." MINN IE TURPIN "Rip Van Winkle": Type., Certificates: Home Economics Club. ARTHUR P. WARD, Jr. Football: Basket- ball: Track: Home Room Offices: Staff of "Vanity": Na- tional Athletic Scholarship Society: Coach Midget Football: Cast of "Teapot on the Roc-ks." JULIA WIN STEAD Glen Club: National Honor Society: French Club: Girl's Athletic Club: Liter- ary Club: Student Council: Senior Ring and Motto Committees: Class Offices: Beacon .Xnunnl Staff: 1 Honor Student. l N "WW W 'A ' i i IJNWOOD WOODWABD Photo Club: Home liooin Offiros N QQ 'naar PAGE TWENYV-ONE Senior I-lall of Fame Most popular-Willcwd Gresham am! Carolyn Carleton. Best all-around-Chason Tucker and lfopeep Iluozdley. Best loolfing--Burl Adams cmd Sybil Vest. M 0 s t s t y l t s h--Mcwizy Wilson Clark. Best athlete-Jvlmfmy Bohllcen. Best dancers-l"mnees Lee Par- ker, ZVIild1'efZ Shockley, and Eddie Moorehead. Best students - Esther Aronou' atm! Arthur Ward. THE BEACON FEBRUARY.- 1934 Seniors so Mighty 1 M, wpnf-qs ia" , 7 .65 v-'frat' 2 Dunn. - ' :craft 'f A 'N 75' , F H M 4 ' S , . if 1' 1' 1 73 f Z 1 :nun-r K X . mi, cfmscn w'L"" Ami: QAROLYH 'f ,, 650 U I' ,V n P ,W , jing Q A f2'giQ.A0":,, book We 4 .5 N v-m.ruv 4 NX 5 , ' v ', I ' 1 2.53, f L' ' G 's sf, I . -ADNK. .W ml . . . 0775 ' Sv! ,mc ru ucv 9 E - Nuonso Y-"Fray :Q 'X 4. A 4 .wc . RUTH K, : nz It A 0 w Q ' , 5' . BaF:fP' 5 vw if I K Evucef' 1 '72, ,M - Qvpljvllll S' X iw ,L I 157 ,M 49' .. P :Mant 9' 4 I W K ., 4, N11 - f 5 4 . W f I fu ,, vfki , v ' I 1-2 ' lanr-rv"X Kdgquwtf' I Bo!" "Fins" :LMC W ' . .. lnnml' PAGE TWENTV-THREE About the Activities The past semester has been a suc- cessful one for the activities-our football team undefeated, our clubs and publications flourishing, our play a success. We anticipate an equal prosperity during the coming term. The most outstanding work of the Student Council this semester has been the advancement of the Ilonor System. The number of llonor Classes has increased from tfrwloe to over thirty. This indeed is encouraging. The Council hopes fo have the entire school under this system by neast fall. Willard Gresham, President THE BEACON i r I x I i f i 1 N i i P i i i I 1 i l FEBRUARY 1934 Artiuitima AWE R Wye Qegr as in 43' '5 3? 535: 1 ,xx - . +n4.4x,4ugp- THE BEACON lXlllIYlV1' imma-rl. I4-H tu right: Lloyd Noland. Sn-c'r4-lalry: H1-tty Brigzllt, 4-H: France-a lirnvm. 241: in-y lirf-shnxn, it-I.: Pvgruy Wntmnn. 1-L: XVill:n'd lhw-slxzun, President: Bopoep Hundlf-y, Vir'o-Prosi- 'nit U I Spanh. 4-I,1 In-wis Iinwlm, lvlli lizluin I'l:1rtnll, 2-H: Ls-roy Spizrr-I. 3-'Ht Miss Htllr-I Hildvr- F'f'Vl'. PAGE rwENrv-slx Student Governors llwrrflwl by Hx ulflw rlfiwf f',:'f'w1fi1-w, ll'ill11rfl llzuwlrunz, and spou- .wrwnl by .llim Ilflrrfl JI. lllllll'l'Nlf'l'l'I', flaw h'llIIlI'llf ffofunwil forms one of flu' nmxl infrirufw, mos! lllfl'I'l'Nllll'lj frr'fi1'ifiw.Q in flu' Nr+wpm't News Hlflll Sfllrml. 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Sllwirlny Dlichilrzsmz mul Wflllarrl Wm'rf'11 lmzw' lwmzf elected president and 'Ullflf-QD7'l'SlIlC'lll, lrespevtlifvwly, in fill The slwes of Ufillard Gresham and Iiopmcp Illnlfllfqu, who will grurhmff' in I"ebrlua1'y. FEBRUARY. 1934 I First row, left to right: liolihy Kilpntrie-li. l.uy1un Goullmnn, Lloyd Noland. l"miu'us Purkvr, Seen ary: Nunvy Rivlmrdson. l'r1-sidvnt: listliu-r .Xi-oliow. Yirc'l'rDsi1ln-nt: Julia Winsiviul. lfrvml Bri-uno llivk Mason. Second row: Marvvllus Bruingxou. Miss liululi Bliisrmy. .Xdviserg .liuiv SZHllllll'l'S, lilizulletli Ha1 llvtty llriirlit. Lillian Bi-llv Taylor, Univ Hpmlp, Blair lilzmtun, Third row: Agnes Powell, Franm-N lluntvr. .lone Stratton. l"r:llwn's l,-'nn liluinn- Williams, Gurtruml l,ovy. 'l'he-lmn Lipsitz, Cliiisnn Tuclwr. The Keystone and the Torch Af the Hll'IlfflUl1 ".Vflfl0lllll llonor Sor'u'fy," the uiwrugf' .wffulvnl l'lIHll6Il'lfl-f0lLIl slwulzlvrs mul f'nri.wion.w II Hl'l'llll'lIf.1,I, lanlyf H0llll'U'lNf with long slc'ii't.s, lzoru-ri'n1nu'd ylz1s.w'.w, Nft'I'lIl.ll rli.woipliuf'd counfwumce, cmd .+:tr'wiglaf luvfir. Huf iizsfmrl Il'l' lunv' sonu' of flu' mosf popular pwoplf' in school. Mi.wj'1ulgnzenf.w of flzis lfiiul arf' upf fo lm nuulf' lufca'u.w' flu' rf'quirf'- nuenits for nu'inbe1'slzip arf' rliffiwzllf, mul .wmu'lumr, mu' zfmnnumly mn- ruacts flu' 111100lHpl'l.QlIfN1l'l1f of l'l'l'ftIlll fliffuulf ffeafs ufiflz u12attmcfl'1ff'- ruzws. A sfwlmzf eligililw for lII1'lHll1'l'Nlll1l nulsf have fl' srlzolustfic over- agc of 3.67, musf lu' 0NfNlIllIllllI.Il in ll'Il-!ll'l'.Nill'lIl, l7'llfll'flf'IfI'I', foul .w'ruir'1', mul haw' affmulf'1l flzis school for uf lI'!I-Nl mu' .IlPlIl'. Tlifis IIIUIII' nu'mlu'r.w of flu' .wo1'u'fy lunar' nuulfc fullfs lo frc.sl1nu'n lwwu' rooms on flu' four vurfliuul poinfs: .w'l1olr1r.Qhip, lf'Ifllf'l'SlIlfI, .wr- vice,1mulr'luu'1u'ff'r. .-llxo " ll'f' Hone To," Il rolunrn in flu' Ih'ru'on iu'u'.w- papers, has been .wpo'n.worc'rl by flu' group. Nwruy H'Iif'lllIl'llSUN is prf'.vulr'11f,- Ifsfluw' Aronolr, l'll'l'-llI't'.Vlllf'l?l,' and F77'lI'IH?l'S ILM' Purl.'f'r, Sl'l'I'l'fIII"ll. .lliss lfulale Ma.w.w'y is flu' fI!II'l.'4l'l', PAGE TWENTY-SEVEN THE BEACON Stllluling, la-fl H1 right: Vyril Milwllvlstvill. lu-1'Ir111lv In-xx l'r1-41 lh-1-lam-1' l"Hv'1lu-th Vlxtlvl' Xf'n1-Q OH, Mabry lwiIlIl'l'. Nirium f'IlllH'lIl4'I'. Suv Urn-5' XUYIUII. Sealed: Ranny Ruin.-, Iiuvnl Ilmlmm 11:11 Ihvk hm PAGE rvyfwrv EIGHT "Vanity of Vanities" "0 11'111f N111111' 111111'1f1' fl11' l111'f'f1i1' yiw us, lu .ww 0Ill'N1?l.x' 11.w 11fl11cr.s .3-111' us." 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"Tha T1f11p11f 1111 fhf' lf111:las ," fl 111111-111'f 1'111111'1f,11, fAf'fl'fHl'iH'!I ,l,111111.w l'1111:1ell, Ia'liz11l11'fl1 1111511 1111113 l'l1l1li1' Jl11111'1'l11f111l, 11'11.w fl'l'l'S4'lIt1'd l1jI1 flu .w1f11l111's 1111 1'l11.ws nigllf. Ufhrfrs 111 flu' 1'11.vf 11'1'1'1' lz'l11i111' Willi11111.w, .!1'fl1-111' Ward, 111111 IVils1111 .l11111f.s. T11'11 skifs, "lf .S'111111'fi1111'.w l111pp1f11.w" 1111111 "The Vfi1?i011s flll'lIlC,H 'I,Uli?'f? also pr12,w1:11f1'1l, 11'ifl1 I"1'11111'1f.w Lee P111'k1:1', limi X1dll1W1S, I7'l7'.lji7?'lLl .l11111:.w 111111 'Willard Hr1f.wl111111 11111111 filling flaw 1'11l1f.s-. Miss D111'ofl1,11 M. Ura-111' '11i11.w 1li1'1f1:f111'. FEBRUARY. 1934 Q6 Pint row. le-ft to riglni l"l'lillt't's 4':u'1Ivr. Nlaxlwy Minh-r. Rim M1-Fall. 45vVtl'1nlv 1,4-xy, John Home S0l'0lld row, loft to right: Ellywn Forbes. Oeiv Spauly. .NEIHN l'llW"ll. WiHix Vnwlixxs, ROINIT G-I1 kins. Aylott Bak er. Tird row, left to rixthtz hillinu H1-llv 'l'uy1m'. Xzmnvy Lukv, Rulmrt XYnrkmam. Ruxnlic Uqlvmdwo 11 giniu Jonos, Hertns :W1Iffll0VVS. Estlu-1' Xrmmw. I Knights of the Footlights "Rf'f11l.11- Liolz'f.v 4h'14rifrin."' , .S"iw1,pI0 0110211111 HVIIYIN buf ,W .QiIfmififffr1zf.' .Ish any Till'-Vflillll. N0uri.wh1'fY on l'!ll'IUI'HH1lIS, .wlzooluf in punfominfav, .Q-poix Kuo! Iw- fore tho cycsj, owl fo1'n1w11'or.v, o .wlwl frroup of llI'1IIIIIlHNf.N' 1-.ri.Ql.w in Newporf News hi-olz svlzool, ax in nmny ollwr .w'laool.w, nmlwr flu' Iiflw: National Tlwspiarzs. Among Hmm ow Inn' o fwu' fll'!'l'-Nfllfrfhll llfzrulwziw for lmm.w wiflwrj, mul c1Spi1'iwy1 Juliwfx and polvnfiul .Urlt'lI!'fl1H uw rurw. Tin' Illlljlllifllyl of the members oarnwl fhwir pow hy rirfzn' of flzwir profluf-fion .wfuff 'work rather fhmz by "HIfl'l'0l'iIl.Il nofurw" f"ovfiny" fo yoni. For af Ivclsf ll .ll1'flI' fllffll jjt'lll'I'U1I.9I.lj f'fllIfl'i1HlfI' fhlllf' mul wmlryy in play p1'o1lu0tim1, for o zrvelr flllfll fulfill obodimzflgzf f?j l'lf!'7'.Il whim of thc old n1w1zbrff1'.w, for our niyln' fluqu .wuffwr vlmrmiulo mul inyr'ni0u.s torlfurv. They bevomrf lI16'HlIN'I'.N' mul sfrzrf doing fhe .Qunnf fllill-11N nom' again. C6Tt!l'i9IIQIl fha Tl11'.wpiu11.w ronfrilfulw murlz wolor mul .olunmur fo school life. Take' your boy, I"ooHfi.ol1f lx'11iyl1I.w. Wo 11-ro fzppluvllflhz-o IUIIINQIIJ PAGE TWENTV-NINE W., ..., V, ,. . THE BEACON 'Pup row. In-ft to right: Nlizaxln-lli 1'uth-r. Duval Hudson, Iflhxim- Williams. Frzulcvs Parker, Franco. 1-lson, Eunim- Moreland. Ruth Suunnla-rs. Maxim- liaysrlc-n. liurlmra Brown. Iiottnm TONY. loft to 1'i,f:hl: Eloisr- 'Fmmrlc-. 'l'In-Inn: Lipsitz, listher A1-onow, Julia XVinstnnd. Mm" -not Ashby. Allvne Tucker, F'1-:nu-os Sr-nit. PAGE YMIRTV Our Singing Elite Glow Club? Do ri ini, yes! lilac Club lnv'aasf' of the aloe, glmcfal because they sing, flwy sing because, well, it's their lmsinessl The sponsor is Miss Eleanor Slwr- 7126172-SlIC".N' sponsor lI8CCl'tl-W? she teaches music-she knows music lm- causc slzr' arent to college to study it! Why are you so inquisitive, 6I1Z'11'lL'!l2l? Y!l1I,"1,7I' heard of it all over the Peninsula? Ufell, we doift like to boast, but it is a "crack" society. It consists of sixteen girls, with. abilities to mingle alto and soprano to a degree of near pwfvctioa. M cetiwiha ei-ery Wednesday morning and Thursday afternoon, tlwy are kept in constant training in order to nialfe public appearances. The yearly functions of these singing elite are to appear in ifariozis social inffctinas, to sing in the spring cantata and at cominwwcnztent exercises. Daring the Past semester, they participated in the first State Concert at Richmond. Heretofore, the club has had a large memlmrsliip, but this year it was cnt to simteen selected singers. FEBRUARY. 1934 I Leader, Mabry Miuterg Jerry Berlin. Clinton Spencer, John Massey, Allen Hawkes, Irving Grant Billy Clements, Ted Acosta, Irving Abel. Phillip Smith. Runny Rouse, Lee Montgomery, Raymon' Clialloner, Hugh McQuoid, Harold Turner. Maurice Fowler, Henry Powell, Cecil Shepherd, Tomm Leigh, Edwyn Long, Rouzee Givens, Carlton Shockley. Bobby Kilpatrick, Cyril Mirmelstein, Alle: Comstock, Frank Cramer, John Tholl. Guy Vin. .Im-lc Dixon. Andrew Robertson, Joseph Braitsch, Onkle Parks, Mabry Minter, Stuart Lane. Herbert Turner. Ahoy Middies It might aptly bc said that "the band is the barometer of the foot- ball team." And as football oatdid itself in presenting a colorfully triumphant season, so the band rose to great heights in such highlights as the Hampton game, the city schools' parade and the Richmond broad- cast. Q i During the football games in the fall the band would sit faithfully by during cold or adverse weather, boosting spirits and spurring on with the snappy strains of "On Old Newport." Meeting eifcry Tuesday and Friday, on the athletic field or in the auditorium, the band is under that old maestro of stiff legs, Drum Major Mabry fllinter. There they receive the elements of team work, advanced music and the fundamentals of marching. And speaking-a-h, 'fwotta platoon"! Early during the semester they were presented with, marine caps by the Apprentice School through their representatire, Mr. Guy G. Via. After a few weeks of experimen- tal marching upon the athletic field, the band made its debut at the Apprentice School's first game. Thereafter in rapid silccession followed the parade of the city schools, where the entire school marched behind the Old Gold and Dark I?lue's pride. Their appearance created a murmur of praise, for the townsfollf enjoy a brislf organization whose attractive formations marching and musician-ship are of the highest degree. But, after all, thirty-fire boys marching to the strains of "Newport High" and led by a baton-stinging Minter-fzrho u'ouldn't be inspired? PQGE THIRTV-ONE THE BEACON lil-ni-on Annnnl. fir:-I row. li-ft to rigrht: Virginia Hurt. Senior Editor: Chnson 'l'uc'kor, Activities Iditnr: Lilliun Iii-llv Taylor. .i'idlUPl'-ill-UilivfI Nr, Yi:-tor Harris, Advise-rg Carolyn Carleton, Esther lrollow. Business lI2l'llIllIf'l'. S1-rnnd row. li-ft to right: Frum-1-s L4-nz. l"rniu-ns P1ll'iiQ'l'. .Xylott linker. Art Editor: Frances Hun- mz Wilson Joni-s, l,illinn Knplnn. Typist. PAGE TNIRYV-TWO Beacon Annual Tin' .stuff has spent time, wntlznsinsnz and effort on this-tlm Bea- ron Annual for I'7ltlll"IHlI'vIl. 1934. l'ontrnf'ts for mzyrnrlizy, printing, plzotograplly were awarded, pirtnrf' sittinys Ill'l'lllI.l,'f'll, 1'o1'1'r llI'.N'l'ljllS and page lay-outs decided upon, lll'fl7'lflf'-9 frritr'-ups rlone, fulrertiseinentS Secured all ln til'0l 76 sf'nio1's. f .I 1 I"lH1lHI'llll limitation is rnsponsilfle for the omission of several nrortlinrlzile rlnbs and organisations in tlze activities .section of the book. The stuff believes that rr tlzonylztfnl perusal of those included will justify its sections. The znnynzlne was plannwl and supervised by Lillian Belle Tay- lor, editor-in-ellief. Aylett Halter, Jnne '34, is responsible for the art uforlf. The staff has attenzptml to project originality and interest into the innlcf'-'np of tlze lroolf. It realises that in many rnspeets it has fallen short-rnany desir- able items were neeessarily oinitteil. Therefore, its presentation speech is simple and familiar-"We Hope Yon Like It!" FEBRUARY. 1934 i'll'SI row, IMI to right: 1'1'2lllL'Q's Lvnx. Iinsum-ss Munngvr: Shirloy Dickinson. Sports liditur: Lilli B4-llc '1'nyIo1'. Niillilgillg Editor: Mr, Yivtm' Harris. Advisor: Num-y Ria-hzardson, Editor-in,r'l1ie-I': Hopn-np Hnndlvy, .xh!4iSi2lllt .xdVH1'tiSiIlH Mzumuor: Han-lmm liukvr. i'il'l'lliil17i0ll Mnnngor. Swami row: Fruxlcis Acostu, ,issislzlllf liditorz Carlyle- Morris. Isalnul Boring, From-vs I-Iuntvi Carolyn t':u'l1-ton, Lillian KHIIIHII, Hdythv .X1-ch. .hlvoriising M:111agv1'. Third row: Lon- Nlontgmnm-y. K+-nnmh lliuus. .lunu-s Flows-rs. Vhnson Tnvkvr, Humor Editorg XVII con Jones. Matt Fulgrlmin. Humanities of IO5 "The play musf yo on." "Tho liffuf-on must VUIHI' ouff' lioflf these fmciefrif lIIl,lfI7i'WlS uw H10 lll1t'iNIHt'Il.!l1'li yurullcl SflIfl'IlH'lI,iN riyor- ously rulhercfi fo by the drumu riopurfuufuf cmd tho Bouvou uolfvspupwr Staff'-the Beacon vzwuwpapcz' sfuff in llIII'f'if7'1LZCI7",, this Iwiuy tho Bom-ou neivspripor .efuff zrrifr-yup uhm? flu' lfvurou uicwspapei' sfuff lwiny flu' main cliamci4'r iw flu' nuzuy-sulvrl rlrufuus wzzwfvzl eaolz offoruooiz mul many f"I,'U?1'ilI.l1N in room I05.. lVho, tho siuff IIVIIIIIHII-V, u'l1o is io blufnu' for the f'.zw'ss work ul- loffod flufm 'wiilz flu' w.z'f'usf' flzuf flu' Hwzvou must vofme ouf? You. li1'Ill' Vendor, are rz?spousiI1Iw. You rlf'n1uurI your Hecicoiz and you 1il"WIIWld if 011 Timo. C7on.w'quwufly, flu' .duff uorlfs o1'criimv. If musf lu' urlmit- ted fhnf noi ull of HIVUSI' couuflrfss hours of "ui0i'lf" un' spwuiz' onw- laluniously. ThPr0 uro il1f'ilil'I1f,w---llllllIS'i1I-ll uucl otheruisw, Il'llf'i!'lL flo- maml both utfputfiou und flu' pwwzzw' of u'orlfei's. In such u vase, the rlo.w1'tw' reooi'Ues his rirfsfwfs upon his nftilwz. fill the stuff un' ofliforial ussisfuufs, sports writers, uflrwriisiiig us- SiSillf7Lt5, vcirtoouisfs, IIVIIIIUHI' Il'I'ii6l'S and odd-job may whose duties vary frofm proof-reufiers fo Ivy-nu'11. These ribofvc ncifmwl are cogs in the 'machinery fthe Hmoon bviuy the mum-liiueryj. The llcmd which "makes the u'hw'is yo rofuizzl' is I10SSl'SSl?d by Mi. Victor Ilfirris, ad- visor, while tho "Ties Thcif Bind" lurippwz fo be Editor-Ii2-C'hicf Rich- 'zwlsou and Jflmmyiwy Erlifor Taylor. PAGE THIRTV THREE THE BEACON I Cheerleaders. loft to right: Avqnilln Darley. Elmo Nurahh-. F'r:nu-es Nelson, Dirk Millm-r, Carolyn Carleton, Claude VVnrd. Jackie Pmrronghs, Theodore Kunoles. PAB Crackety- Bang l Even as the basketball team is dubbed the "h0opsters," so the Cheerleaders sag under the multi-syllabic "n'hoopers" bestowed upon them by one thousand students. Headed by Dicl: Millner, four-lon, this jolly crew of "hip-hip-hoo- rayer-S" is the nzetrononiie guidance of one thousand cheering students as the raging Typhoon bears flown upon the six point stripe or the baslzeteers flip baskets unnrercifully to hasten the doom of opponents. They meet every Tuesday afternoon to practice rhythmic move- rnent, to plan future assemblies, and to perfect neu' songs and yells. Whereas, roorn 221 is usually a drama classroom anal whereas Miss Dorothy M. Crane is albeit a rlranza teacher, on the second da!! of the school ufeelf both forget dramatic vocalisnz in a flurry of emotional vocalisni. Seen at all football ganies, at pep assenzblies, basketball games, football banquets, and all other gala occasions of triurnphant note these eight pepsters invite sane cheering to develop into sincere frenzied yell- ing and the invitation is usually accepted by enthusiastic rooters. Carolyn Carleton is the only high senior in the picture. To fill the vacancy left by her graduation, three freshmen hare been added to the bunch by school-uside electiong arnong them are: Jackie Burroughs, Elmo Marable and Claude Ward. There they are--and with the departure of the seniors. the grad- uates leave you the ability to do as well as they have done when these eight hop up and yell, "Come on, gang. Make it good!" FEBRUARY. 1934 .Xrhletiu Uouncil, first. row, lvft 10 right: Vnanvlx ll, J. ligrnv. Shirley Dickinson, Bupeep Hun 6 .lnnn-S liohlken, Willard XVLll'l'Pll, Hun-ll .Inline funn. S1,l.l,,,d row' h.ft to right: Dick Milln.-r, Vlinton Spoxwox-, Principal Fred M. Alexander, Rnndo 1 l'l0dl:M's. Athletic Council The nation f'lunmr.w fm' nlmlifinn nf' furtf'f.w, for lrmuw regu,rclln.q kill- rtctpyzfiwzy, uwrl n'f1r1lutinn.w fzqflfzilfsl SIllll'll.lI1Ul'S'. Hence the llnfiterl States f l071tl11r'f'.vs. .lml so it is with this lustiffltinlz. Cries rttfrected to llnmzltfzw lfyrmf and lfmtfn about, "'l' weed this," and "There ought to be a. ruth' ftgalnst that," are rliwvtvrt to flu' Sports fl0lt.IIV6SS of N. N. H. S.+-the Athletir' f'0llm'il. Tlzlis group is t'0lIIpU5HIl uf' flaw football eflptaioz, Jinzmy Hohllltcn, who U'IlfU17111-l'll'lIll.1l lN'L'0H1f'S prwsiflwztg basketball captain, llfillalrd Wm'- rwt, ffimt vif'e-7n'w.wizle12t.- and trm'l.' captain, Shirley Dickinson, who be- lf0IH'1'S .wfvowfl :Wu-p1'e.wi1lent. linpeep Htmclley ts sevretzuju. Other rnwrztlzerw repwzwmzt golf. llf"lHIft.S, vllfferleatclers and 'l'IICl'lld.ljlfI'N. S'IMlI'HI'l'lI'-lj up the duties of these nine people, we might .say they settle all fvrmplfizwtions aristozy in the sport activities of the school, recommend Llflllllfll' letters for ilu' tecwnsg :mol further amicable rela- tions betwemzl zltlzlwtim mul scltolurship. In short they are ll' 110-blft?l7U6ll for the two ln'fmrl1w.w of major Amfwieatfl l?Cl'ltCCI't'll0'I'L-'llI0'I7flIl and physi- ml f'd'll,l'Il'flIHI. PAGE TNIRTV FIVE THE BEACON First row, li-ft to rigln: XK':u'd, limlwurds, Kaiser. Maiuugger Kidd, I-Iagler, Lovin, Gayle. Lee. Se-rnud row: XV:nIsun. liurronirlis. Nurflw-t. i'lliZllllLIll. Vnmriin Milluvr. lilnylork. Baxter. Givens lodwin. Third row: Uonvli Julius Uouu. Sulwrintonde-nt Suiuulurs. .Xssistnut Pouch XYzn'd, James. Neise, lohlkon, flIll'i0I', XVoltz. Gnnlder. Akers, Assistant Coach Moorohend, Principal Alexander. Fourth row: Lee, Christian, Jones, Nelson, Sliimkowitz, White. Knight, Tholl, XValker. Fifth row: llrauch. Ely. Sifford, Powr-ll. VVliite. XVnlsll, Huuflley, Mcllavis. PAGE THIRTV SIX Little Midgets in Big Time Football "You ran't keep a good man down," is what Midget opponents of the past .w'ason are rueffullg sin'aing non: Starting the gear off with ,fireworlfm the boys reported early in thc semester with faces set for lmsiness, The organization of the "Little Tgplzoontersu was began about three gears ago zrltew the coaches conceived the idea of a lighter team made of "lzeuch-vrarmers" and small boys afraid to venture into com- petition rrith larger players. Training them to play varsity football in miniature, the group has often furnisl4.ed stars who used the Midgetls as a stepping stone to gridiron success. Brut bark to their accomplishments. The team this gear has de- veloped a host of "stairs" Among them are Milner, end, Blaylock, gaardg Dodd, lraclcfticldg Goaldcr, Watson, bachfieldg Norfleet, line. The average weight of the team is supposed to be one hundred and forty-fifue pounds or oeer and there were 43 boys out at the finish of the season. They played the Phoebus Trojans, the Morrison second team, and the Portsmouth serubs. Losing to the T rojans, Morrison and Portsmouth in the first encounters, these same opponents were either defeated or tied in return games. Their best game they consider the return game with Portsmouth when they battled until dusk to a 0-0 deadlock. And in conclusion the Midgets would whisper into the student bodgiw ear: "Come out to see oar games, sometime, Big Boys!" FEBRUARY. 1934 .Qg-4.. . S Q .ig-1 Firsl row. lz'f'I In l'ig'llfZ Hola Xin-x1'1'huI'!'1'l'. llnx':u'q' li:uI'in'l4l. XYiHi:1ln ll:-hm'1', llfmzulwl Jormlsnl. Hulmhy 5I'2lIl2h'1'. lllllwrt f'Ill'lQ'l', Julm HTIIVIII. H1111 Xdzuus, l'IIllllH'U Hvzltll. N-1-mul row: lll'l!ll'llllll Pre-d Nl. ,Xlwxnmlm-1'. Nlpm-1'1n1w'mlm-m .lu-1-ph H. Sulnulvra. Willulwl tirvslnaxmn, l'h:lrlin' Nlrzlllgrlvr. Jimmy Hnhllwn. lrxing Nprmmllvlx XYillm1 'l':l5lm'. Sluzxri U'R0m'kn-. llvlf lizuilws. Rv-ntnn Dodd. ll1'iIl'll K'4m1'l1 Mika- liyrm-s, V. li. Ilnwtvr. 'l'Ixir1l row: Se-nim' Mulnurn-r Rnrlu-rx. Xtkilm Spa-111-1-r. XYiI?i:un Murfin, l'I1'm'st ll:-nth. llnwurd Hriulxl. John l"'rvtwvlI. Nuurimw' Fowl.-r. I.--llmann Smith, l'4m1'Il .lulinx l'onn. Fourth row: Junior Alillllllvl' I-Iivlwihf-ru'-x-. Smith, Alain-5 4'ul1-vnzun. liilly 151-amggvr. H11 Mhhy, -l:u'k Hilh-n, Suplnnlwluw Mnlmgfvr ,M-auxin. Pr--eIm1:xl1 Mznmuvr Kidd. I The Golden Typhoon l'mu'lu'.w uf Yulw, Purfllu' or Sflllllxllffl Nllflkl' fhwir luwulx Il7lI!'HI'l'I'l' 'J .lll'l'I'lf frvlm llfl'lf.v up fm' flu' firxf ,w'.w,winn.v nf p1'ru'fim', .l lllI'l'I"ll fwrzm iS Il lumf of lf'fll'l'lll wrwn for ll,lll'L'lfI'S.' llnf lllll' I'mu-lf Il'fll'lfl'N.J ll'f'll.' lVlu'n lu' .vnfzv flu' .view uf flu' .wqrulfl lu' Nluml' lzis luwul. frilwfl flu' misf fron: lzix 1',11f'.w, f'lf'rlrr'fl his lllflllll mul E- .wfurfwl uurlriluf Nll'fllll.' Tzrw fI'f'1'l.'.v lufwr flu' 19351 wrlifiun of flu' flvlrlwn Tjlllllllflll fmffwrl Half un flu' fiwlfl, flfllfirlllx buf lmprfnl, Tlu' 7u1,n'r.w prinfwfl flu' I'1'Nl.' "T-uplumn lQa.11.w Snuflf .Yff1'fnlL' lunr, 1'.'f-H",' "Hl1ipfnlilrl4'1'.v Slum llup4'u'r'll, 0-0",' HNTl"Il.'PUI'l ,Ywllxw llfllflh' llUl'lNlllIlfflll, fl-li".' " llillfnppwuw Tu' X, N. ll, S., fi-fi",' ".Ywu-,wwf .Ywuw Tul'f'.w Tuflfl llunu' l"mm .lf'fff'r.wn11. I.'L.w"',' "Typluun1 TuL'f'.f llrlmpfon. 'f-1"': "ll1'lu'1lu'li1u' llfuf-wwf, ISP-UH: ".l1f.wfir'r'.w lmsr' fu N. X. ll. N., If-OH, Tlu' lirsf lwrm nnluufwn ull .w'fr,w11 fm' fl1irfw'n 'z11'urs.' Tlu' r'mu'lu'.v l'I'Nll'lllllf'll llll'lIl.'-'4 ln.. uf ffl,-'1' flu' wnfirf' ffmflulll f'rmfi1u1f'nf nwfulfl lulrl' . , . . lwrn Nlfllff'1'l'l'fl lI'llll l' ff'fu'l1 lx l.v.w',v mul llvrn' lllflzfsf Tlu' .Wllflfll lurx lu-rn fl lurpplu mum Tlu' lllljlx l1fflf'f' luw-ff rm2yr'nurl. 'ln flu'ir fripx lll1'.f,f luuw' fmuul fiff' plfuvrnf mul inrilizuf, .-flflunuflz flflxfl ll'r'l'1"r11'r'f'u mul inf'.rlu'1'u'lu':'1l flu' 1'ff'fl1'lll'N fwwl fluff ffm' 11 Huullllu' 'l'Ul'lu'lfI'll will: nilwfl lff'wf.wim1 fluflu fm' flu' luzvl in Ilflllllfl lfnuf .fll'1II'N. PAGE THIRTV SEVEN THE BEACOI et 10 M ldr d I ll ll I tl Shockln-y. Cutlxerino Mm-rion, Mabel Butler, Anna Mack, I nth oh Tl or Goodloe Io VS st nd Doris Scott. I The Tumblers Above, reader, you find o picture taken at a temperature of abou 48 degrees, and yet the girls grin! This group is an embodiinent o what Germany is doing today-developing Youth. The principle is the same-American wonzanhood forging aheac But enough for glorification. Under the guidance of' Miss Frances Abbitt and a whistle, thes ladies in blue have engaged in volleyball, Cornell football, basketbal skating and swimming. The sponsor, or rather the baclfer, of these girls is the organizatio known as the Girls' Athletic Club. The express purpose of this bod is to relieve this school of frail persons and to develop a growing in terest in girls' sports. The Executive Board of the club meets ever first and third VVednesday, while the entire body meets every secon Wednesday for business purposes and every fourth lVednesday for er tertainment. To earn a club letter, a girl must collect five hnndre points, K hikes counting so many points, swimming a certain nurnbe etc.j. Easy enough to see, it requires more than one year as the cor lection of the required points is considered neaft to physically impoe sible. The acticity leaders are: swimming, D. J ohnson, skating, Dori Scott, hiking, Rita Sarfan, Cornell, Elizabeth Shockleyg basketbal Mary Jobe, archery, Louise Harris, tennis, Lois West. Under thes guides the club is growing into a striving organization, and it is to b hoped that soon girls as well as boys, udll represent N. N. H. S. in th athletic world. EBRUARY. 1934 Our Old High 01111 111111111 11111111 11-111' .w1'l11111l11111f1'.v 11.w.w1111111'11, WP fain 11'1111111' 11f1' o11r 1H'Ill'f.Q 111 ,Q1111g, To our high .w1'h11o1, our IZHUI' 44111111 111111113 Lui g111111111.w.v our 111111111111f.w pr1111111g. We tIl'l' pro1111 of 1111r1a11s 111111 our 111.w.wi1'.w, Of honors 1l'0'7I in 11111115 gone bg, So 11-1'r1".e 11 C11fl'l'I' for our 0111 High Sflllllll For our 11111 11111111 .w1'h11o1, our l1I'IIl' H0111 High. H0l'l'7.Q to o11r 1f111sses, H8l'l',S fo our lassles, H6I'6,S fo the Ia-ds they ll110l'I'Q HC1'f',S' to 11111 S1111fi11rs so 111ig111.11. Jfllniors so flighty, F1'osl1ies 11.1111 Sophof111111'esg Lei mirth 11-1111 glafclness 111111i.wl1 1111 .w111l111zs.s A7161 as the 1111313 go by, 11011711 find us ready 111111 .wi 111111411 Loyal but h1ea11ly, Boosting for our "Old High . 77, S0071 for 'IIS 11'-ill the school I11l.lj,v 111' 1'IlfI1l'6l, The d1'1'11111s of youfh that farlv .wo fast Bu! Ire lfnou' fhaf 11111 heart off will 12121111813 In menaorg, o'er 50611113 111111 1111111 p11.w.w1'rl, There are joys fhat will long 111' I'I'Hll?'lllbf'7'ffCl, And frievzrclsllfips, foo, that 7Zl',l'l' 11111 1110, Then 1lf6'l'6?,S K1 Ullflfdl' for our 0111 High School, For Olll' 0111 High S1:hool,o111'111f11r "Old High." I 1 1 V 1 F i 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 PADI THIRTY-NINE Farewell Our journey is over . . . lVe, who are every- thing today, will be nothing tomorrow .... V Hut the memory of the joys and the sor- rows, the triumphs and the defeats of these four years is our's .... . . . . And, because we are slowly, inevitably, filing out far, far past the sun dial, to be no more a part of N. N. H. S. we wish to express our gratitude to our classmates for their xcom- radeshipg to our teachers, for their patience and frifnfls-l1ip,' and to the lower classrnen, who are to fill the places we vacate, our sincere desire that they will carry on those things that are ad- mirable in our history ..... And now, to the faculty, to the four-lows, to the entire school, uve bid adieu ..... THE Bsfxcor s t 1 FEBRUARY 1934 Viirzoini nnnuni. THIS BOOK will be treasured by you as a record ol the golden days ol youthg ol events large and small that will be thus recalled in later years and al- ways with delight, ol friendships that will remain lorever green It will be the magic door through which you need only to passg to step lrom age into youth! To us whose privilege it was to have a large and pleasant part in its making, this book will always be a reminder of the many lriendships that grew and mul- tiplied in this building. Iam -.f ii. .t1.ii.l1ii1li. lLi..niiil-..iil1.-I ..iii3-r.r1iMr1i.ui. .iu.l In limi. .if inn iilwui n.'..mii-m limit li.-il. .I.li.ii'Il.i-in Li ii-l.1' AN ORGANIZATION OF SKILLED CRAFTSMEN, DESICNEIZS, ARTISTS AND PHOTO ENCRAVERS QENDERINC SUPERIOR PHOTO ENCRAVINC SERVICE DISICNERS AND ENCRAVERS OT THE WARWICK QLAT5-S O , 57' T 72 is gl Q xffx 'f,f lZ7 QITY PN-P Ili. ,ii.i.li..il -..li .if lmiii.i1'iu.i N fiitul, ii.ln.liiig .i.h. in-ing l.ffir1lQniQ.liii .ilwif url ,'m.m.. it .ifw,iii.li.1ii.i.!i .m.i,.l in ,I i.ii.- up l.!1.ff'.n',iu.l lhf-in.i- Il.m.i5.- n.n1f".i.fL. ..i,',..f' X..,i C 1.511 'miiinli..! I.. in tini,..i.'li..iifii.- mm. Mn, ..f. i.i.i1,.fi. II. iiiiilt win mi., i.iii.l.u.. ll F-.+V txt ,I ,' ff.: tag 1 il .l tl l Intl 151 D ly f Q -,, I fl F I -S 4 f we i R Q 5 O' F AGE FORTV-ONE THE BEACON Congratulations Graduates B. G. James I. Siegel W. S. Smith H. G. Norfleet A. M. Deal Florida Orange Store Compliments of Compliments of ? THEATRE "Pride of the Peninsula" Mother Warwick Says - - - Thtre are many grades of cleaning, but all the same price. Mother VVarwick c does the highest grade in the best equip plant on the Peninsula, with 40 years perience hack of her. Vhlarwvvick Laundry and Dry Cleaners ped Compliments of Hundley 81 Applewhite Incorporated Realtors - - Insurors Newport News Business College First National Bank Bldg. OPERATING - - - Warwick Soda Shop Nachman's Fountain Room Goodpars, Warwick Theatre B 'I ' Mid-Winter Term Feh. 5 ul cling . Soda Shop., Hilton Vlllage nl-:LF J. GAINES, Pres. C - . orner Clgar Store Phone 350 Goodpars Famous Ice Cream BRUARY. 1934 Compliments of ilfli? Nut and Candy Shoppe 2901 Washington Ave. Compliments of Harry Reyner "Home .Made Products" "It Pays To Look Well" Modern Barber Shop Wm. L. Thigpen, Prop. Compliments of Delta Kappa Club 3024 Washington Ave. Compliments of DAILY PRESS and TIMES-HERALD THEBEAC Compliments of ffpougf' pin Graduates! Associated With It is necessary for you to look Murray 81 Padgett Inc Stylish, so buy your clothes from , . REALTORS ' and me BROADWAY INSURERS St About fiftg per cent of the T ff, graduates of the Newport News 6, QZZZQNZ ff? l M, , ,M Na g, High School go to college. Will gou be one of these? Now is the time to start saving. ff w1U"'ff f wllwlff M, X45 fl M!WZQL WWWZ of X , QW ,qudah Founded 1891 FEBRUARY. 1934 OSER BROS. Reliable Footwear Newport News and Hampton Compliments of S. S. Kresge Company Cook with Gas IT'S CHEAP IT'S QUICK IT'S CLEAN Use a Modern Gas Range with Oven Temperature Control and Fully Insulated "See Your Dealer" Virginia Public Service Company Graduates We congratulate you. May this successful step be a stepping stone to still further and greater success NACH M A N'S VVashington Ave. at 32nd St. Compliments of Medical Arts Pharmacy Medical Arts Building Compliments of Parker and Spencer 212 Twenty-Eighth st. Phone 343 TH E BEACON The Franklin Printing Co. Distributors Printers and Publishers School Printing a Specialty MAX FACTOR SOCIETY MAKE-UP - xsfvr J. C. Gorsuch 81 Co., Inc. - 3019 W h' A lim iii ji as lngton Ve. ff' RW M :I N l'1:fEfff'!5:i!ES5:25s-:U ., ' ll . mi il ' 5 !I-i l H-i n is Phone 92 ZI6-I8 Twenty-Fifth Street Compliments of Newport News Shipbuilding and Dry Doclc Company EBRUARY. 1934 CONGRATULATIONS! TO MISS SYBIL VEST 96126 BS S I t d the best looking girl in the class of Februa Pho tographed by th ry, I93l4. Photograph Studio of N A C I-I M A N'S Vve condder it an honor and a pHvHedge to have been chosen Clnhjal Class Photographer '. '4 .4-,. THE BEACON 5 "The Store of Smiles, Service and Satisfaction" Phillip Levy and Co. 2707-2709 Washington Ave. Newport News, Va. Compliments of J. L. Reid's Grocery 2500 Huntington Ave. HIGH SCHOOL DIPLOMAS FRAMED Epes Stationery Co. La Lee Beauty Shoppe "Beauty Culture In All Lines" C ongratulations! Broadway Shoe Store "Footwear of Distinction" Washingtcmn Ave. at 30th St. - we- ' .s - -- J. 44. ' z - xl Cllr' f i.::1,n,'-will ,i 1 ' 4 'FY' Qi-9 1 . 1 jj: ggi ' ' ' A 359- V mb +2 - QE il'-1 51-PA QQ! Compliments of l-lotel Warwick 442 QUIQWQC, -nfl? fn,-, 1. inf? ' ,, 1 , , .gy qv . ' 4... .-me ' rg 5 : -5 Qi-6. : if if -F f ,gy Kg: 1 2315215 V H159-'ci IA H' 3-'gtg kj!! T .qi-5 - avg? M A Q - ,vel ,iii xg .5 1 fi 53252 ' ik : -ff QQ ff Mi fjk ,. .gy z . ,.., . 1 x - 12223 21? 'Q-gi? -I ' iff -E, 1 J-fl HU... -ws v z- ,.-'J ga 'Ti ,.,. 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