Newton Grove High School - Echo Yearbook (Newton Grove, NC)

 - Class of 1953

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K--ff '- .-2-,wi - 'awgafigi if f-- 54 - Fw., HM-iff A f in N'-,1wgx54.'.nwF-me-3gf5gxwxsf'L-HW-gfefdk mx J -,wig A gkfqgfg-a-.41--.g,.K.-2: 1'-..,g3Qf--ww:afg,ijs"S V -- ' W -J'2.w.,.2E'T1"f 'iw 'QV ' v. f-'ff . -ff fy-E9-W , .' ,qu , ' - 1- .f,.Zw-gif. Q , . .' .- H - . , 17 . W, , ,- -. -, . . h ,,... W 71, 1 Q iwififl, A .,.. Y Vjv, Q X X -Af, gf -,Q . 1 ' -fi-5,,vw 5 53 Y J, XM ff " ' vw, 11 . ,A-,wfwml - F Q aaleatc DEDICATION THE SCHOOL PRINCIPAL'S MESSAGE FACULTY SENIORS SUPERLATIVES LAST WILL AND TESTAMENT PROPHECY HISTORY IUNIORS SOPHOMORES FRESHMEN ELEMENTARY ATHLETICS ORGANIZATIONS ADVERTISEMENTS X W We, the seniors of '53, dedicate this volume of the "Grove Echo" to Mrs. Elizabeth C, Jackson, who through our Junior and Senior years in high school listened to our troubles and held a shining light for us to follow. Through her endless determination to do the job right, this edition of our annual was made possible, RRRR '7iT'T1fN-fam GYMNASIUM SCHOOL BUILDING INTERIOR OF LUNCH ROOM LUNCH ROOM FACULTY gum -. - ff4'. wf. ' 'F , . 1 I xl NE l X N -",, : ff' ' ,f- ,,, both 1n work and fi" if'- ,,.f' ,f ,Q 'WWW-'R """7"'F'l"!'F!"'Y" . ' I f ,.,,g'Ff'FE!!!,fgp-,,,, This fine annual that hands is a symbol of the fine achieved in the past You seniors 1n achievements. As on the road of l your annual as some of the llfe and the friends you made You wfll not be forgotten because left your records behind. K ' "V" L 'W ,.-fy-X, .. W, V.. LMI, 776 edddye 4 you new have in your work that you have have done well ife you travel, refer to happiest days of your you have My 7 O o 4- 0 O --,,.,-4 ,f ,ff ,f- -fl- ,ff ' ' -ff gf'- i ,f . fi- U ,.- ii: Z- ,TZ Z- io' 5 - ' 5 5.1 :I- 5- -,,-1 1' 1,1 -5 ,G ...- 5 f ,, -5 5 5 :S :- :: s , :: T.: 'ifhmlypq MRS. H. B. JACKSON Home Economics Science MRS. MAE E. WARWICK French and English MR. H. B. CORNETT Mathematics Science MRS. MAFALDA AMAN Eighth Grade Chemistry MRS. ERNESTINE RANKIN Seventh Grade MRS. BLONNIE WARREN Sixth Grade MRS. LULA WARREN Fifth Grade MRS. NAOMI WEEKS Fourth Grade MRS. PAUL WARREN Third Grade MRS. MARY P. LEE Third and Fourth Combination MRS. ANNIE L. HERRING Second Grade MRS. ETHEL RAYFORD First Grade lxx .... of !,.'.. ' .031 -r' 6 eff , I U A 2 ,-----'-1 ssmons SUSIE BEST "Tom" "She adores moonlight nights, especially when there is a star." ZILPHIA BRITT If Zee!! "Best all around, most athletic too. She fits both places like an old shoe." MARILYN BRYAN "Salty" "When I am funny I'm at my best. I can be serious when it comes to success." DC ROTHY COX 'l Dot" "A merry heart, a happy smile, happy is she all the while. " PEGGY GRAHAM "Pete" "Happy am I, from care I'm free, why aren't they all contented like me?" BLONDE JACKSON " Leris" "Though modest and shy, She'd laugh or die." all K yu., yr 43 idr JANET JORDAN "Walter" "There's fun in everything, she be- lieves. She practices the policy with the greatest of ease." MAUDE JORDAN "Muddy" "Best personality she has won. She's conscious of it from sun to sun. " 'lf' CAROLYN LASSITER ..Fag,, "She was cute, she was coy, she had strings on many a boy." ELSIE MCCULLEN "Cow" "The world is so full of a number of thingsg I'm sure we would all be' as happy as king. " M ai CHARLES STRICKLAND "Feet" "What'er he did was done with so much easep In him alone 'twas natural to please. " S ,. Aiwa' as Q s:g:.'ft"'i-if-'rim I ix K ! rl .':"' N I oiglgizfg yur- 'U1.".."' 5511,-Zzf ': I 'qt '-v-LN' in 0-lglv,-,1.,. ,ffftl 1,1 sq. n , ew, I+, Q sf ff, Puff. 19 5-k:,1..,4 4 5 I 2 41 R a13k22.'s"?-5:25 -9 in AM 1 az. 3 A SHIRLEY THORNTON "Shir" "Not too serious, not too gay, a good sport in every way." BRENDA JO COX DEA N THORNTON "Shorty" "Happiness is cheaper than worry, so why not have the things that money can't buy. " g ,K g - EL TOMMY JORDAN yiflw if President ------------------ - - DEAN THORNTON Vice President- - - ' ' 'JANET JORDAN Secretary ------ - - ZILPHIA BRITT Treasurer- - - - - - - DOROTHY COX ' 66444 aaafzilea Best All Around ZILPHIA BRITT and CHARLES STRICKLAND .v,.a.:1g Most Likely To Succeed Most Intellectual DOROTHY COX BLONDE JACKSON -...M Best Personality MAUDE JORDAN 5 Q Most Athletic Wittiest ZILPHIA BRITT PEGGY GRAHAM . ' "??"'1""' 1'f""f "ff ' WW- ""N""'f'+ 1 "'W'fmF"'-T"""'9f .-5755272 w- V -nyfvv--ff sv-1 wwwwys-'Pe e-W LA T WILL A D TESTAME T State of North Carolina County of Sampson We, the class of 1953, of Newton Grove High School, being sound in body and memory, realizingthe uncertainty of our future careers, and the near approach of our departure, do made and declare this our last will and testament. As to such estate as it has pleased the Fates and our own strong hands and brains to win for us, we do dispose of the same as follows: ITEM 1 ITEM 2 ITEM 3 ITEM 4 ITEM 5 ITEM 6 ITEM 7 ITEM 8 ITEM 9 lst 2nd 3rd 4th 5th 6th 7th 8th 9th 10th - llth - 12th - 13th - 14th 15th - 16th - To our dear parents and friends through whose patient endeavor and kind consideration we have at last attained our high school goal, we dedicate our love, sincerely hoping that we, by the achievements of our future lives may be able to reward them most graciously for their contri- bution of our success. To our Alma Mater we bequeath our undying love and gratitude for all she has done to train us in lessons of understanding and learning from the carefree thoughtlessness of our freshman year to the more serious and appreciative attitude of today. We give and bequeath to our beloved principal, Mr. Savage, our sincere affection, our deepest reverence, our heartiest gratitude, and the whole unlimited wealth of our eternal memory. To you dear faculty, we leave our love, affection and gratitude for your willing and untiring efforts to help us in anything we attempted to do. To you also, we leave peace of mind, at least, until another Senior Class returns. Juniors, we leave you all our intellectual attainments through our school years, surely need all these and many more qualities. To the Sophomores, our si :r class, we bequeath our studious qualities and the our interest in their future successes. To the Freshmen, we bequeath all the optimism and self-assurance of our Sophomore year. We bequeath 0 those coming after us all those intangible things which go to make life great, good, happy and beautiful. The following may seem but trifling bequests, but we hope that they may be accepted, not as worthless things lavishly thrown away, because we can no longer keep them, but asvaluable assets to those who may receive them, as a continued reminder of the generosity of heart dis- played in our free and full bestowal: Susie Best leaves her ability to stand up for her rights to Edwin Edwards. Marilyn Bryan leaves her ability to chew six sticks of chewing gum at one time to Morris Porter. Zilphia Britt leaves her place in Mr. Savage's car, which she used to and from the ballgames, to Edna Westbrook. Dorothy Cox leaves her ability to make A's without studying to Billy Ray Jackson. Peggy Graham leaves her ability to laugh and to speak what she thinks to Betty Rose. Blonde Jackson leaves her ability to act with ease in the presence of books to Lela Jean Baker. Janet Jordan leaves her ability to act as a child in all the class plays to Celine Royals. Maude Jordan leaves her place on the basketball team to Margie Scott. Carolyn Lassiter leaves her long hair to Maude Gregory. Elsie McCullen leaves three inches of her height and some of her hair to Ruby Jordan. Charles Strickland leaves one of his big feet to Helen Faye Lee and the other to Donald Lawhorn. Shirley Thornton leaves her dark complexion to Frances Warren. for you will assurance of Dean Thornton leaves his friendly ways with the girls to Billy Herring. To all the Juniors, we the Seniors leave all the privileges that we were supposed to have and didn't. To the Lunchroom, we leave a new recipe book in hopes that it will be used. Last comes the one thinghard for us to part with. To our successors we must leave our places in the hearts and thoughts of our principal and teachers. We trust that the class of 1954 will ap- preciate this as deeply as we have and that it may be the most precious possession, as it has been ours, and the one we are most reluctant to hand over to them: In witness thereof, we, the class of 1953, the testators, have to this our will set our hands and seal this the twenty-second day of May. Anno Dominic, one thousand nine hundred and fifty-three. Blonde Jackson-Testator PROPHECY Last night I lay gazing at the stars and thinking of graduation and wondering what the future held for me and my classmates-- So I dipped into this future Just as far as I could see I saw a vision of my classmates and who they'd turned out to be. Right here in Newton Grove Many changes had been made In the school, the bank, post office toog And a foundation had been laid For a new school building, and if you please Charles Strickland is in charge with the greatest of ease, A successful contractor he has become He is in great demand by everyone. The bank has grown larger and to my surprise Dean Thornton is president in spite of his size. And would you believe it? Well, yes I see Peggy Graham has been Post Mistress since '53 She's married now and settled down and helps to publish a newspaper for the town. In Wayne County, Well I declare! Maude Jordan is Superintendent of the welfare And in Goldsboro where she now lives The most of her time she cheerfully gives To helping others who are in need She's happy in it, yes indeed, Into the future I reach deeper yet And what I see I shall never forget. For Dorothy Cox has had her tum She now has the job for which she yearned As secretary to some great man I believe it is a Congress man. may-rw -we-wg-W-1 mf- mp-vs 'rf-new qv- r----My H-4nw'wmmw5wHwWwv WTS' Deeper and deeper, Q yes t1'se'e Blonde Jackson hasreceived her MA degree ' She will now teach Science and Math When I think of it I almost-laugh For she and Janet Jordan always planned To travel far and wide and visit many lands. Janet, too I see is also a teacher But who would have thought she'd Marry a preacher? Marilyn Bryan at last I've found Directing recreation in a large town She does this work the whole year through Her bank account is growing too. Who is this I see in this great college? Sure, it's Elsie McCullen. She's still gaining knowledge A doctor she has planned to be Yes, it takes a long time to get a MD degree. Who is wearing the white uniforms I see? Shirley Thornton and Carolyn Lassiter, yes sir--ee They plan to go to Korea and while over there Render help to the wounded who need their care, Is that Susie Best in the airplane Passing over Newton Grove again and again? Yes, now I know--she no longer works for the show But is a stewardess, and while up there Makes people comfortable who ride in the air, Can it be true? ls that what I see? Zilphia Britt a member of the Faculty? She's teaching piano--or is it voice? And Newton Grove School is still her choice. The future has faded! No more can I see! Yes, it has faded! Ir's gone from me! I realize now it's still '53 And what our real future holds for us We will wait and see Zilphia Britt Class Prophet CLASS HISTORY We, the Seniors of '53 started our long journey through school in 1941 under the guidance of Miss Virginia Edwards. There were 35 members in our first grade. We'll never forget the dolls and the play house we spent many enjoyable hours with. To our sorrow, Miss Edwards left us, just before Christmas, to become Mrs. Jesse Edwards Meachum. Our new teacher was Miss Clara Lee Bryan. Then came the most heart breaking experience we've ever had. On Sunday, March 8, 1942, our building went up in flames. We finished the year in the gym which had been sectioned into separate rooms. Our second year we started in the gym with Mrs. Earl Vann as our teacher. Due to crowded conditions in the second grade when we moved into the new building, our class was divided and several of our mem- bers went up to the third grade. Miss Linda Peterson was their teacher for the remainder of the year. The next year school opened with a new principal, teacher and a new member of our class, the Castellows. Mrs. Mary Williams taught us in the fourth grade. In our study of Geography we took several imaginary tours of distant lands. In the fifth grade. under Mrs. R, D, Weeks, we learned the states and capitals which most of us can recite today--thanks to Mrs. Weeks, We shall always remember one day in the fifth grade when Mrs. Weeks made us all sign the talking chart, which we called The Declaration of Independence, for mis- behaving while she was out of the room. We entered the sixth grade to become our teacher's first students. A spring graduate of A, C., Miss Christine Barfield. brought us through our sixth grade. In the seventh grade, under Miss Mary Belle Bryan. the main event was the presentation of "The Courtship of Miles Standish," written from the poem by four of our members, We gave the play at a PTA meeting. Mrs. Thomas Turbyfill was our teacher in the eighth grade. This year we felt terribly grown up when we were allowed to attend the annual picnic at Houses Mill with the high school. We also entertained the- ninth grade at Houses Mill with a picnic supper in the early spring. At long last we became freshmen in high school in 1948. Mr. Thomas Turbyfill was our home room teacher, High school activities were exciting at first but they soon became routine. Several of our girls went out for basketball and Zilphia played on first team. To climax our freshman year the sixth through the 12th grades went to White Lake one Saturday. The tenth grade we spent with Mr. H, B. Cornett as our home room teacher, We had a new principal, Mr. J. A. Savage, and two new high school teachers. Mrs. Warwick taught us English and Mr. Cornett taught us General Science. The outstanding event of that year was the Junior-Senior Banquet. We were waitresses and dressed as Hawaiian girls, wearing grass skirts and leis around our necks. We went to school the first day of our Junior year not knowing who our teacher was to be, However, we drew the pick of the bunch. Mrs, Elizabeth C. Jackson kept us under her wing during our ,unior year. We gave a play "Which Shall He Marry" on November 27 and again on December 14 of '51. We began planning our Junior-Senior Banquet Early in the spring and had it on April 10, 1951 at the Plaza Grill in Clinton. Whispers of graduation were going around now and the plans were made. The class night ex- ercises took us to Ireland with the seniors. The Junior Class held a chain of roses for the Seniors and sang a farewell song for them. Then on Friday night. May 23, with showers of tears and ripples of laughter, we bade them goodbye. Then on September 10, 1952, we became seniors. The ideas that we might have had about happy-go- lucky hours, have as of yet not been seen. The second volume of "Grove Echo" is in the making and plans for our Senior play are brewing. From the first grade through the twelfth we have been one happy family even though many of our members have left us. We began with 41 and since Joyce has left us to become Mrs. E, T. Westbrook we now number only 13. Our joys and sorrows have been shared in ways we shall never forget. Addition: As a class, we welcome Johnnie Mason, a former student of Benhaven High School in Harnett Coimty. Marilyn Bryan Class Historian W W-kk 0 -v 4. K I I 5 I 'V K I I .K I' K Us H , W Q ,, W Q . , mm We ,sk , 4245 ,rv-Af A ,qu , , LH! K , my iii: if in A V' ' V I A LW,..,' , xr I 57 A, if iw! wg, 'Y . , 1 55 ' M Q ., L J v , U. my 'la if be M1394 h'L , s Q. w .f vs Q " W 1' 'mf gf 4 . Q' V A 5 ,.., X 5 Q mn ju. fl. ,V ' . ' . M ,Q Af W , A.L,' 'ff 1 M Skim. A W V fix ' - ff 'F 5, W ,hm fs' Y? IUNIORS sa' -1" ' . My 'Qs LELA JEAN BAKER JOSEPH DARDEN EDWIN EDWARDS MAUDE GREGORY PATRICK GREGORY BILLY HERRING BILLY RAY JACKSON RUBY JORDAN BILLY KEENE DONALD LAWHORN HELEN FAYE LEE MORRIS PORTER BOBBY RAYNOR ROBERT RAYNOR BETTY ROSE 5' CELINE ROYALS 4 i MARGIE scorn' E MALLARD THORNTON PVQI Avvlb FRANCES WARREN CURTIS WA TKINS EDNA WESTBROOK IA NET WILLIA MS 3 . President ------- - - - - - EDWIN EDWARDS Secretary -------------'-- LELA J, BAKER Vice President- - - - DONALD LAWHORNE Treasurer- - - - JOSEPH DARDEN SOPHOMORES Agnes Atkins Jerry Austin Mary Lee Barefoot Dixie Barefoot Polly Dunn Mack Edwards Jimmy Herring Donnie Ingram Perry Jordan Cora Lassiter Alice Lee Eugene Raynor Betsy Rose Wayne Smith Carl Tart Windell Thornton Darila Underwood Marie Warren Mary Jo Warren J. B. Warren W1 -5'-mmm, aiffw 'Q M'152?"l Q-, V jg Hubert Westbrook, A.. Bryan Williams, Shelvia Williford President ----- Vlce President- - - Secretary ----- Treasurer- - - RAWLS JEWELRY "The Brides Store" Clmton, North Carolina ------ ----WayneSm1th - Windell Thornton - - - - -Polly Dunn - - Hubert Westbrook ROYA L Clinton, FURNITURE CO. North Carolina FRESHMEN Charles Barefoot Troy Best Faye Cox Earl Godwin Albert Herriri Eugene Hill Hugh Hudson Jean Jordan Grover Jordan Carolyn Jones Annie Lou Knowles Max Keene Evelyn McCullen Bill Packer Berlene Raynor Carolyn Raynor Charles Raynor James Raynor Harold Raynor Mary Lee Strickland Carolyn Thornton Evelyn Thornton Esther Thornton Bob Thornton Sponsored by COLLIN' S Goldsboro, North Carolina es 5 l ei? few 4 53 me egg 0 , A ? rf-it ik, 5 ,.trlts iw' o it T ryjkfu-f'jw,,, Vjfwnm as C C . 2 wfilfff- li-Weffg V1 - E ' '-.f rim ' -HM .NMA-AH ,Mr-"W"" 9U"wm,y1 T -i'Af"f lg. : t :H N V14 ef. - . 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