Nichols High School - Log Yearbook (Oxford, NC)

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Ex'-Libris THE LOG Q 1 9 4 4 UOLUIIIE D111 TROU TUCKER Ed t AIIIIIE BEI LE UJEAUER i or Business manager HI H as :rf v-.acmu Ore rl: kjfynyyq Lkkw 1-9'-4H4 ...THE:Loq... JOHII HICHOLS HIGH SCHOOL OXFORD ORPHAIIAQF. OXFORD Il C PUBLISHED Bu THE SEHIOR CLASS OF HIIIETEEH FORTH FOUR Foreword 'lhc stoiy ot a weai in high xchool is Clif ficult to tell for each student remernbe S Qon ething a little diffeient from anxthlng, th t his fellow students recall Manx things have happened during the xeai but all of our actlxities how ex er haxe centered themselxes 'Hound our Qchool In hese pages vxe hope to perpetuate the memo ies which all of us hold dear 011116 ot the ex ent oi the ycai naxe b cn eich hu contributed 1 part in making, this xc 11 mx 11 ni ind hung, period of memor tbl nt ix il in 01,11 IX N We hope that within the to em ot this book oui readeie mn find precioue memo nee to cherish To thoqe who haxe made powible thle the eighth xolume of THE LOG we 'mah to extend our since e thanks and appreciation ----..------------.- - N YI 1 , . 1. A I . . . A V . T . a 'Q '-.5 s ' . 7 L. A k Q A + ' I ' 7 - V' A, - ' . A1 s 'z ' ' as ' L e' ' ' - ' ca importantg some of little significance, but 2 . 25, . ' 2 . ' ' 71 'Lv jfz ' 2 'z ' 2 ' " f ' 2 e i e' 'a ' ' l' 'e.'. A N L A A v Y SL. un, 1' 3 ' I . - ...i ..... H- -.- .. .. - --- -i-. COIITEHTS C-THE. SCHOOL CTHE. CLASSES JICTIUITIES .ATHLETICS o HIHTIOR ozovz-:xoxox iwgwiui-141-1-1.1-1-11,2111-xfvilx-111 111-ivy?-1: REVERI-:ND CREASY K PROCTOR Supenntendent of Oxford Owhanage A B Duke University 1908 Graduate Study Duke Unlwerslty 1909 1910 Vanderbilt Unlverslty 1911 1912 Un ion Theological Seminary and Columbia University New York Clty 1912 1913 Kings Business College 1907-O D K sox12113112-iiiiizixiiiiiziiiiii so 9 ! ! ! ! ! E ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! U ! U l l l ! ! U ! ! ! ! ! U 9 ! ! U ! ! ! Q Q ! ! l ! U ! ! ! U ! U Q ! ! ! ! 5 ! ! 1 ! ! ! 9 ! ! ! U ! ! W ! ! ! ! .. ' . F ! 9 ! " I' - 1 ' 2 ' - : - ! , - 1 1 I . . 9 ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! E ti 11: rzwioi- ini. 11,1-I qs- 2 wan-vzwzfviog -4103--an-.Q-pogo.: ALUMNI IN SERVICE The stars on the flag are fewer than the number of those ln servlce as It changes practmally each week There IS now one gold star and reports of others mxss mg m actlon 9 . . . , - u Dedlcahon H111 ljllll shall su a cnzuztlzfnzfm 0 ljUIlIS That has done Il07fhlf suwce SHAKEsPEARE OUR ALUMNI IN SERVICE We the Class of 1944 rey erently ded1cate th1S volume of THE LOG to the more than two hundred alumn1 of thls school who are noyy IH the Armed Serylces of our beloved country These boys and g,1rls our preuous sons and daughters are 1n the Army the Nayv the Coast Guard the Marmes the A1r Forte the WAC the Waye and m mv other branches of the Serylces They are ylrtuallv lotated ln eyery settlon of the world Whereyer the Stars and Strlpes haye been unfurled Whether IH the frozen lands of the AYCIIC Clrtle or ln the equatorlal jungles of th South Seas there our xallant alumnl w1ll be found performlng thelr respectlve dUt1LS bray ely ylgorously and Chee fully Some of our former students haye been In the thlCk of battle 1nd haye been wounded two have been reported mlss mg ID actlon and one has alreadv glyen the l1st full measure of hls d8XOtl0H by laymg doyyn h1s llfe ln the defense of hls natlye land Wherey er these boys and f,1rls are statloned whether near by or thousands of mlles away they can be sure that thelr fr1ends are deeply concerned about them and that they are showlng, that mterest 1n many tanglble ways Let us feryently pray that thls terrlble scourge of war shall soon come to an end and that our alumm shall return ln trlumph to recelve our grateful and appreclatxve acclalm Th1s shall be the1r sh1n1ng hour and may 1ts effulgence neyer dlm s 0 U ,., . .,, . - . 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L v v v 4 ' ' L. 7 1 f ' w ' . . , . f . . . , 1111111-aasqvzunqpxxuuiqn.Q-Qqnxqnxlqvqn As far bank as 1847 the Masons of North Car Olllld were mterested ln a Masomc educatlonal 1nst1tut1on In 1855 nearly all the llI3SOI1lC lodges 1n lxorth Carolma made contr1but1ons and the Ma111 Bulldlng was erected as St John s College By the passage of a resolut1on 111 1872 It was con xerted lHtO the Oxford Orphanage xx1th Mr John H Mllls as flrst Supermtendent hovx ex er tl1e flrst ch1ldren xxere not adm1tted unt1l 1873 Th1s bu1ld1ng stands today as the center on the Oxfold toward the lllllldllif., of strong chxraetel tor Amerlcan L1t1Zensh1p The serxlce re11dered hx th1s 1nQt1tut1on 18 clearly portrayed ln the llxes of those xx ho haxe been 111 her gllldlllj., K.i1'9 and ln the LOIltl1bUtlOI1S xx huh thex Lontlnue to make tm thelr 11at1on The sp1r1t of the Oxfold Orphana e can be found today throughout the xxorld land m the an and on the sei w I l 1 I 1 v in 1 K , 1 1 '- . I I ' . Q , ' 1 1 y . 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Seuefmy fo the Plnzczpal Sclence Ixss NIYRTLE BRANCH MR M F HILL Columbia Unlverslty Unlverslty of V1rg1n1a Southern Conserva Graduate of Oxford Orphanage tory of Music Durham N C 141121 an lllll Instructor an Slrounakmg l!" l F51 -I ,..,,-, 5 ffea- wha, ...- rdf 1 q Q,-4'-'t at -1 e 5 4.-Q. "' .f -:I ...J in s .cr-F' :sn --1 1-11 - -. v . . ., ' - U . Q J,-N it .VA . , . . . . . . , . ,. - , ,.. ., ni., ,-, ,..g ,. , .. , i - - if A-.., -1- .1 ...Q Q , -- ,, -,, - ., ""' ..... .. E ' D ' ...Y ...K -- vig -Q 4- ..---Q 5- .- ? -- 1 4 . ..- ff. n ' '- A ' 4 - V .1 IK., ,I ....... , f ', , -. " , ,.v, -Y L Yf,? . . -, U U " 'x"- ' "' ' Y F .-wg ali ,.. . xg, f. - ,, Y:.,.. . , ,., .. .. - Page Thu teen iL+..s..,.,1 -v-.' " - jg -3-7 11 A : - ' J ' ' , 'V Y 7- ' - ' M '-is, F: ' ' 'fin ' 4 " - V7 ' o l 11 :-f -f f-P' - Ei? -1 THE LUGD V -4?-B1- .- - - - ...h , , - - . . --f 1' 'J 1 'H-T -Y' " .i:..,--., - - h -2 -- ,, f .-:sf 1 ---f--f-. 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' -' v., , +L' -. -1- -A- - W -2. Lew - - ... - - -- '-2' ' - ,, -Z .. -4. .---.:j... ... , ' The John Nichols School Building vsas erect cd in 1925 by the Grand Lodge of North Carolina A F 8. A M as a memorrll to John A Nichols Crmd Mastel of the C land Lodge of Masons m North Carolina in 1872 Bi his xote the Oxforfl Orphanage was established Since 1931 this school has been a part of thc Oxford City System with 'Hr C G Credle as Superintendent All grades beginning with th first continuing through the twelfth attend school in this building The total emollment for 1943 1944 is 411 and of this number 110 are town pupils The school has been under the leadership of was the first principal and wx as succeeded by M Dennis H Cooke now Dr Dennls H Cooke of Feorge Peabody College 'Nlashxllle Tennessec who xx is pr1nc1pal in 1926 1928 Beginning in 1928 'Vlr D b Johnson became principal and re signed in the summer of 1943 after rendering fifteen years of xaluable service not onlx to the school but also to the Orphanage The school was xerx fortunxte m haxing one of its own facultx members Mr E T Regan fullv capable of pei forming the duties of principal and at the same time remaining as director of 3thl9tlCS conse quentlx he vsas elected to succeed Mr Johnson -------.....----..----,....-- J ' v 1 ' 1 , . . 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A V K' 9 5,5 . - tv, l .J ll . - . ----...-..-----..---..-..-.. f-The Classes Paqe Ezghteen LORY OLD G RA SE ORS SEN ""' f-'jEr -2-',..-.zzz-r.. -'M-1'Ju-. -1 wg' 21222 C-If-HE LDC-D in -ff' ,- -tux-v e liri l ll 3 li " 2 nan ,,.. -5- ' ag ,F -1-an Q, -53,515 45 ,Y Q ,,g,,...nq-5 ,,, SENIOR CLASS mb fm all flu frcls In 1111111 COLORQ Tlammz and Uiufe FLOWER Galdenza OFFICERS JOHN D IAINCSTON DEAN QHANDLEY JENINIE MAL QUIDLLX ROE Nloss Stzldf Crm: I II .lush NIQDONALD Rox Moss JE1sN1p NIM QLIDLILX ELIIABILTH STRICKLAND CHRISTINL PARHAM I Hszflfnf I zcc Prcszdenz' Tffasmfr nesfnfafzfz Class Hzsfmzan Class Prophet flass Trsfafzzl Class Puff Gzffmzan Mlm IDA LONDEREE made YUOHIFI Tram REGA1s Uascaf I age X 1111 tea n 1 3 'fur ge-:got 1 z., -ig -naar-will qf"QQ::ldhn gy JZ,.- fn lg:-1-la-iv Q I .-1 -an -.ag-11" .- l.- - --- Y ---. -v . , v-Y-..., , " ' ' .fn :E A h W , 5 -f ,, Aj 3 "mr " ' !' 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TROY REGAN Son of Coauh and M15 E T Regan Mascot -H -? if -u -U' i1 1 f .4-,f -me 1 2? .4 -- -E:-1lu-.- ,sz ... 3 -'is' ,. ,,1,' 2' - " ' ' 'A - t 1 L L 7 . , Vi' --r "" ' - Q ., 1 if r .-. - ' lili J 1-xi -I 1 'P '23-E-2-2"-'S-L-.7 - -..v,- - V - .., f .4 2-129.59-:'2"' D52 TT" '11-F-1 5-f -if-,G -Luigi 5 -g-""" , , V. . KK V ' 1 - 'H u I .. 1 Y, 'V' , JOHN D LANGSTOIN Smithfield lN C P1 eszdent of Semor Class The may to gam a good repufatzon Z9 to endeatoz to be what you desue Nathan Hale Patriotic Club, 1: John Hancock Pauiotic Club 2: President Unknown Soldier Patriotic Club, 33 Class Stunt, 23 Varsity Football Team, 1, 2. 3, 4, Varsity Baseball Team, 2, 43 Junior Red Cross, 1, 2, 3, 43 John Nichols Vic- tory Corps, 3, 43 President Nettle N. Bemis Club, 43 John Paul Jones Patriotic Club, 4: President of Class, 4, Master Sgt. John Nichols Victory Corps, 43 Senior Play, 4, Cap- tain Football Team, 43 Second Lieutenant John Nichols Victory Corps, 4, John D. is the most popular and best all round boy in class. His ambition is to become a successful electrician, unless Uncle Sam thinks otherwise. Faye Tuenly one -w L- Q- 'If T.'i-- "' --'ii' i' 534 'A 5' Y"""'+1 -'xii --n1Vi'i'1"' 3' 1.-f Q - 5. . ,,- -43" si" -..:, ,I 3- 2: . 1 - ing - J' .- .4?fY--:: ' - v 'Q ,.-1 lr- n 3' - 4 . '.4'1 A fl A .Y -1-'L -S . -l f ' ' ....: ....:- ' fi .Q , .. - IU f -1 - i-25 f -- 4---:ce 117' 1944 4' --r-3 K-' 3 --'L 11 1 1 , ,X -E?:e-7,-.T-6-it-51, lf' ' " -- - -- Q -1 -e -- -4 1 .1-l I' I 2:-Qlsf ' f X .,.,......: , 3142.-'fi--, ou-Sg-1 1 .., eff f is 4- 4 1 4 ' -me -2-1.-Q, '5'4'1':' we LUG-5 -4.-if a- :- , ... . -.: 2 ..: .-. ' Ki m' 3' is ". -4 1 "ifY21 hiiea W T' .J V- - - -- fr 1 '1 ,Tiff A- 4 - :sem N,-3. - f f.....,,.l.. , qf.:,s-wiw lE2L-V , f ' '-u..gL ',. "' ' ,i ,A Y. 57 , ' ' - ..,.- .- Durham N C FLOREIN CE A L TRY Yhe zzztue Izes 111 the shuggle not the pnze Jumor Red Cross 112341 Paul Revere Patrlotlc Club 111 Woodrow Wrlson Patriotic Club 121 Francls Scott Key Patrlotlc Club 131 John Paul Jones Patrlotlc Club 141 Nettxe N Bemxs Club 112341 Glee Club 12341 Declamatlon Contest 12341 Junlor Llfe Saving 1121 Madge Rhyne Club 121 Wmner of Medal ln Senlor Declamatlon Contest 141 Class Stunt 121 Cheer Leader 141 Florence has been one of the most outstand mg Ill ueclamatlon contests She 15 a frlendly gnl and very popular among the students Her all'lbltl0Yl IS to be a cadet nu1 se, and she w1ll en ter tralnlng 1n September Ru-: BELLE Boomn Oxford, N C Most fan of fare, Most wznsome m her grace Paul Rexere Patriotic Club 111 Glee Club 112341 Nettle N Bemxs Club 112341 G B Summers Club 121 Woodrow Wilson Patrlotlc Club 121 John Paul Jones Patrlotlc Club 141 FTBHCIS Scott Kex Patrlotlc Club 131 Art Editor of THE LOG 141 Jun lor Red Cross 112341 Class Stunt 121 Rue Belle, one of our town students, 15 the plettxest glrl ln our class She IS V613 modest and also talented ln art Her ambltlon is to be a secretaly DOLLIE RLTH BLCHANAN East La Porte, N C 'llulte may job ll Hl!lSf!'l1lIlll' Club 1141 G B Summers Club 1231 Nathan Hale P8tI'l0llC Club 111 John Hancock Patrrotlc Club 121 Unknown Soldier Patrrotzc Club 131 John Paul Jones PBCTIOYIC Club 141 Jumor Llfe Saung 111 Glee Club 112 341 Secretarx of G B Summers Cl1b 131 Secretarx of Unknown Soldler Club 131 Senior Play 141 Log Staff 141 Wlnner from Flfth Congresslonal Dlstrlct ln Nor'h Carolma Cluens Assoclatlon Essay Contest 141 Class S unl 121 VVe find Dollle to be an llll,9l6St1!lg' conver satlonallst and a good readel She plans to en te1 college to prepa1e herself as fx medlcal secre tary Page T11c11'J 'wa -' Q-an qv- 1... .1 .-1 1-1 1 -Q iii,- Ill! 11:-i:, ' 7 ni 1- .-iie is I- faifii as , ..-f il.-H, .1 -gil? gy! gifi'-1419512 -qt .1 -1.1111 I . 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Bemis 1 : 5 ' ' V :V I ' ' I . -we-A 4 --are ir! g , Y - Ai- 1 - -V -9 1'a, - -:-V , rf V, ' - 1,2 an 7- 1.1, ...'-.insgg I l - QQ J ...Q 2-. ..rss - :..: C-WHE 1 - sz- .pa-Q-1: so 'aaa' 4.01:-5. .,,.-4 -x 146 fl 'FQY' 53 L-, .Qs,..--.-. ,..... .,,, --ac. 1:-it .viii-11-:q l-,tap RosA DEAN CHAMJLEY Marshall N C A great mtnd becomes a gwrl f0lfI'l'1" Nettle N Bemls Club 112341 Glee Club 112341 Paul Re vere Patrlotlc Club 111 Woodrow Wllson Patrlotlc Club 121 Francls Scott Key Patrlotlc Club 131 John Paul Jones Patrlotlc Club 141 Trlangular Debater 12341 Madge Rhyne Club 1121 Class Stunt 121 Junlor Llfe SZWIDK 1121 Glrl Scouts 111 Presl dent of Class 111 Wlnner of Cllnton Clark Debatlng Award 131 Wlnner of Abernathy Award 111 Chlef Marshal 131 Treasurer of Nettle N Bemls Club 131 Prlze Wlnner ln Mangum John Nl chols Dual Debate 131 Prlze Winner Best School Splrlt 12 Honor Certlflcate 112341 North Carollna CIIIZCHS Assoclatlon Red Cross 112341 Vlce Presldent of Class 141 Secretary of Nettle N Bemls Club 141 Glrls and Senlor DECl8m3fl0h Con tests 141 Dean has been most outstandlng and aetlve ln all school actlvltles, and we ale sure slle Wlll be successful ln attalnlng her goal ft setletary LEATRICE FLAY CLARK Oxford, N C Love and d68ll9 are the spzrzts umgs tn gre t deeds Paul Revere Patrlotlc Club 111 Woodrow Wllson Patrlotlc Club 121 Unknown Soldler Patrlotlc Club 131 John Paul Jones Patrlotlc Club 141 Junlor Red Cross 112 341 Glee Club 12 341 Nettle N Bemls Club 1341 Class Stunt 121 North Carollna Cltlzens Assoclatlon Essay Contests 141 1 Leatrlce IS another one of our town students She IS an excellent Sp0lt and an lntelllgent stu dent Her ambltlon IS to become a nurse and she possesses the qualltles that would lead M success ln that professlon HONIER DANIEL EARNHARDT Albemarle, N C Our chalactez lS OIU uzll for what ue ztzll Iv are 100 Pound Football Team 111 Varslty Football Team 12341 lohn Neal Club 111 G B Summers Club 121 Nettle N Bemls Club 1341 Class Stunt 121 Junlor Red Cross 112341 Junlor Llfe Sallng 121 Paul Revere Patrlotlc Club 111 Woodrow Wilson Patrlotlc Club 121 Francls Stott Key Patrlotlc Club 131 John Paul Jones Patrlotlc Club 141 Sports Edltol' of THE LOG 141 John Nlchols Vlctory Corps 13-11 Homer has proved hlmself an actlve member of our class He lS very wltty and enjoys XVl'll'l1,9', sholt poems He wlll joln Lntle Sams Forces and hopes to become a pllot Page T I enfy three ff ,guy - " if ng-r fa B v-6 'Q' 1' -'11 il , -Q. 4. an , ill Zur- 4 41 1- ,- W, ,I -sz -A 1. fl "1 al ifvf 1-4-F..-v .-P A1 W -4131- t Q, 3 -13 il --5 .- -ni-1,-g 1 -s-Te: ' I' " ' - 'T' " " ' .1 ...J " "E f "-I' "' '- '1 - "-- . 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'-ri rs- Pnqf Twenfy fozn EDITH MERRITT FERRELL Cllnton, N C N01 fzmshmg mst begun Nathan Hale Patrlo lC Cllb 111 John Hancock Patllotlc Club Class Stun 121 G B Summers Club 1231 Jumor Red C oss 112341 Glee Cl lb 12 341 Ulll-:noun Soldler Club 13 Nettle KI Bemls Club 1141 DECl3ITl8fl0ll Contest 131 John Paul ones Patrlotlc Cl lb 141 Senlol Play 141 Edlth wlll be lemembered by l'l61 splendld por tlayal of Shlrlev ln the Semor Play She IS verv populal and can always be counted upon fol slncele cooperatlon ln allv undeltaklngs ln which she takes palt Iudltll wlll make someone an effluent secletaly Jos KRONE FORREST Badln, N C Halldsome zs as handsome docs B slness Colnmlttee John Neal Club 111 Reporter and Chfllr 'nan Business Conlnlttee G B Summers Club 131 Crltlc G B 121 Junior Red Cross 112 341 Nathan Hale Patriotic Club 111 John Hancock Patrlotlc Club 121 Unknown Soldier Patrlotlc Club 131 John Paul Jones Patriotic Club 141 Junlor Llfe Sal 1121 Boy Scouts 1121 Treasurer Student Councll 113 Spotll,ht Staff 131 100 Pound Football Team 111 VZYSIQW Foot oall Team 12341 Varslty Baseball Team 12341 Senlor Plav 141 ASSISLBHI Business Manager of THE LOG 141 Lieutenant ln John Nichols Victory Corps 131 Captain ln John Nlchols Vlc Corps 141 Pet has been very outstanding ln many ac tlvltles, but one would not be surpllsed fol hls classmates have voted him the most llkely to succeed JLM: NICHOLSUTN MCDKJINAID Greensboro, N C Owe fhmg 19 fmetel good That one fhznq 79 surrcss Vlce President of Class 11231 Home Economlcs Club 111 Class Stunt 121 PFCSIGCHC Ellen H Richards Club 121 Secretarv G B Summers Cl lb 121 Paul Revere Patrlotlc Club 111 Wood row Wilson Patrlotlc Club 121 Junior Red Cross 112 3 41 Jumor Life SSVIHQ 1121 Class Stunt 121 Honor Roll Certlflcate 131 Winner of Abernathy Award 131 Glee Club 13 41 Commence ment Marshal 131 Spotllght Staff 131 FTRHCIS Scott Kew Patrlo IIC Club 131 John Paul Jones Patriotic Club 141 Semor Play 141 Vlce President Nettle N Bemls Club 141 Nettle N Bemls Club 11341 Cheer Leader 141 Vice President Student CDIHCII 131 Presluent Student Councll 141 THE LOG Staff 141 Class Hls torlan 141 June was selected the most optlmlstlc, most popular, and best all round glll We know she wlll be an excellent secletary -nf 1- 1-. .-Q. is if 1. 1. 1 1-nur Q Q! 33 GF ls. -gp QL I-,QI 'if 1 9 4 4 , ..Q 1.. f .1 Ag-1 --1 ax lv? 2 3 't-- i J -of i i 'Q 1'-' i---...L -Q-1, -'1"L', -i. ft f--,- ' -:e,- 'i' , ,.. -f - ' r - i-:Elk -f -- , b fe, r ' 1' ' -- ' - . 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'R 'Z ' - 'C' ,- 'Ze fa 1 .5 .aa 4-A f ...T V ,,M .,.'Q ji is - - .2 2' 'L' ' T--T:-- ... f- ' ,. ,f --- -' -:.- ...-4 -1' - 'Sai i f 1' -'S -9 -Q ,.u .,.,-. -QQT4-:-'.v-ur -1 "" '- 1 T 3:5 41-' -1,1 -lg. .gn-Tl ' f -l -ll 'i -1 -' its ,., r-:Fei wi quartz- '1 3 1 1.54--5 Q, ,.-g-graze: Ji 1- ran...-......-... a-1 'argl-,,-.f ...- HELLN IYIORICLL Reldsvllle, N C To Inc' 18 not to lean: bu! to apply Class Stunl 121 Junlor Red Cross 112341 Glee Cldb 12 341 Nettle N Bemls Club 112341 Paul Relere Patrlotlc Club 111 ECO'l0"!llCS Club 111 Junlor Llfe Salln 111 Grl Scolts 111 Madge Rhyne Club 121 Woodrow WIISUH Patrlotlc Club 12 Francls Scott Key PBITIDIIC Club 131 Presldent John Paul Jones Patrlotlc Club 141 THE LOG Staff 141 Helen lb a very frlendly glll She IS one who can be elther SGIIOUS or gay VVhlCh9X6l th 0 CHSIOH may demand The Class thlnks she lS the glll who wlll be most llkely to succeed and wlshes f01 hel the very best ln hel chosen vo catlon that of secretary Roy MALRICE Moss Folest Clty N C Stuclzfms of ease, and 701111 of humble thmgs Buslness Commlttee John Neal Club 111 G B Summers Club 1231 Nathan Hale Patrlotlc Club 111 John Hancock Patrlotlc Club 121 Unknown Soldler Patrlotlc Cluu 131 John Paul Jones Pa trlotlc Club 141 Student Councll 12341 Spotllght Staff 121 Boy Scouts 1121 Patrol Leader 121 Junlor Llfe Savlng 111 Pound Football Team 1121 Presldent Cz B Summers Club 131 Sgt John Nlchols Vlctory Corps 131 Ist Lieutenant John Nlchols Vlctory Corps 141 Varslty Football Team 13 41 VBISIIQ Baseball Team 12 3 41 Senlor Play 141 Asslstant Editor of THE LOG 141 Presldent Nettle N BC"lI1S Club 141 T19dSlll'8l' Nettle N Bemls lb 14 Even though thele ale many ln the dass who thlnk Tllggrel has been wely qulet at tlmes, thex all admlt he has taken a most actlxe palt lll all actlwltles and admlre hlm vely much He too, wlll Joln Uncle Sams P01095 THEODORE HAQE Nloss Oxford, NT C hzthel do not attempt uf all OI go tlzlozcgh lblfl zf Paul Revere Patrlotlc Cl lb 111 Woodrow XVIISOI Patrlotlc Clllb 121 Francls Scot Kes Pltr otlc Cl lb 131 John Paul Jones PdIl'l0llC Clllb 141 Junlor P d Cross 112341 Theodole, one of oul town students, ls well llkecl by all hls classmates He has a most pleaslng fllsposltlon Llke othel boys ln the class, he doesn t hate to wonder what he Wlll do fllst aftel gladua tlon for Uncle Sam Wlll enloll hlm ln hls large class V6'ly soon Out best wlshes ale wlth you, Theodore i ,5-Q .1 i 5 sn- Q- uv - ..... 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CHRISTINF PAR!-IAM Oxfold N C The sznesf 'll'l'IIj not to all zs fo deteznzme to succeed Junlor Red Cross 112341 Class Stunt 121 Paul Rexere Pa llotlc Club 111 G B Summers Club 11231 Glee Club 12 31 Declaxnatlon Contest 111 Wuodlou Wilson Patrlotlc Club 121 Francxs Scott Kew Patrlotlc Club 131 John Paul Jones Patrlom Club 141 Busmess Commlttee G B Summers Club 131 Gxfto rxan 141 ChllS IS one of out town students who takes a very actlve palt ln out school act1v1t1es Hel hobby IS Jltter bugglng but she has a more se 11ous thought when It has to do wlth her future for she hopes to come a secretaly Wlth her admuablefqua lt s we must pledxct success ENINII1 MAE QUIDLEY Gulloclt, N C Wat LS the fl0'lLeI of admzra l0II Nettle N Bemls Club 112341 Lylee Club 12341 Class Stunt 121 Junior Red Cross 112341 Madge Rhyne Club 121 Home Ekonomlcs Club 111 Glrl Scouts 111 Junior Lxfe Saung 1121 Paul Rexere Patrlotlc Club 111 Woodrow Wllson Patrlotlc Club 121 Francls Scott Key Patrlotlc Club 131 John Paul Jones Pa trlotlc Club 141 Class Testorlan 141 Jenme ls the Wlttl9St gnl m ou1 class, and was also voted the cutest She hopes to beeomt a successful nulse, and XVlth hel cheerful, plea sant mannet, she wlll sulelv bling sunshlne to the shadows I LIIABLTH S'lKILhIANl1 Houngsxllle, 'N C 0111 111111111 ue can haze buf today I 1 1111111 ulzcuys fznd tune fo g1o11 nd Gul Scouts ll G ub Jxn L 1 Class Stunt 121 Nathan Hale Patrlotlc Club 1l1 Vlce Presxden John Hancock Patrlotlc Club 121 Unknown Soldler Club 31 Qc xetarx John Paul Jones Patnouc Cluo 141 Nettle N Bemis 1b B Summcxs Club 1231 Txlan ulu Debatex 141 Declxmatlon Coxtest 14 Student Councll 4 Junxol Rei ss 2 L J s a good student Het classmates se lected her as the blggest pest neveltheless she lg one of the most populal students Ill the class and since she plans to make HUINIUQ' het caleel, we ale confident that he1 patlents wxll f d he1 to be a comfolt, not a pest Page Tzterlfy sm, -- q-V 1. 151- -I. -he 1-f, N4 S' 5-S P " QQ- ...1--Q-i .1 gb v -. 5. 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C me LUG-5 "'1-'- 122.5 4' -4- -1.1 Ji .S14...rq..t-vi ,....- A,,,A- 1 -iva- .,,,,, 1- ...- 3' :,r-1:2 1, 'Y e- ' equi" -.ff MARFIE Evuu-:EN SLLLIVAN Washmgton, N C' P1711 I 9 7 1 Il zftels' nezer 14 1 Paul Rexere Patrlotlc Club 111 Woodrow Wllson Patriotic Club 121 Francis Scott Kew Patrxotlc Club 131 John Paul Jones Patrxouc Club '41 Nettle N Bemls Club 11 2341 Secretary of Class 111 Madge Rhyne Club 1121 Glee Club 12341 Trlangular Debater 11 2341 Jumor Life Saung 112341 Junior Red Cross 112341 Commencement Marshal 131 Prize for Best School Spun 111 Scholarshxp Prxze 111 Honor Roll Certxfzcate 112 341 Declamatlon Contest 111 Vxce Presldent Student Councll 141 Em has taken part ln many actlvxtles a d we wlsh he1 much success 1n llfe as she stnves to become a IHVKVEI HELEN Lols TAY1.on Wilson, N C S0001 quzef puflenf, and flemz le, a jlzenfl of 11 hum you an always sure Nettle N Bemls Club 112341 Home Economlcs Club 111 Madge Rhyne Club 121 Paul Retere Patrlotlc Club 111 Wood row Wllson Patrlotxc Club 121 Francls Scott Key Patrlotlc Club 131 Glee Club 12341 Class Stunt 121 Junior Red Cross 112341 John Paul Jones Patrlotlc Club 14l Helen IS the babv of our class She has much genume vut, and cteates a cheerful atmosphere wherever she goes She IS a consclentlous, ln dustrlous student and wlth her steadfastmss and smcermty she wlll fulflll her vnsh to become a cadet nurse HELEN MAE Town Goldsboro, N C He who knous much has many ca Paul Revere Patrtotxc Club 111 Vice Presldent Woodrow Wtl son Patnotxc Club 121 Francts Scott Key Patrlotxc Club 131 John Paul Jones Patrlotlc Club 141 Nettie N Bemls Club 112341 Glee Club 12341 Declamatlon Contest 12 31 Wmner of Medal ln Declamatlon Contest 131 Junior Life Saung 121 Scholarshxp Pnze 121 Honor Roll Certmcate 1121 North Caro llna Cltxzens Association Essay Contest 141 Home Economics Club 111 Madge Rhwne Club 121 Jumor Red Cross 112341 Class Stunt 121 Helen rs the most dlgnlfled member of our class and has hlgh Ideals She IS verv modest and her ambltlon 15 to become a cadet nurse She plans to enter txammg ln September if 2- 1 a-qw gp- 1, 1... 1 ,-.-. .-. , if 7 vi i ,. 4 gi -llit Vx' "' -' 4-I 3 ,, -:-4-gs-1 Page Tuenly sezen KW 1 ,,,,:-,-- qw., " -- U-5 " --f- ...E ---- - -,.,-- --T --A ' 'ff' "f'L ' - . avi", .Q - " ' ' M- - f' JJ: -Y - i , ' N... -Q ..- . - Lf-:- " "' ' ' .. . - - 3 J, ,-.-. 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L ,,-,- , I, - .. ,ig K , g q3,- , - ,,. ...,,,,- +-.se--e-g.nasv 1 -4 L ,, , , .':I: ' b,""?g -, f4,-5'1'i.-oll'P.- - "W-fffsluav' .2 - f- -V - Class of I944 In Service Louls Autry was lnducted 1nto the army at Fort Bragg IH January 1942 Later he was asslgned to Camp SWlft 1n Texas where he became corporal He was statloned at Camp SW1ft for several months before belng sent to the De ert Tramlng Center S1nce embarkatlon h1s address IS T 0 Louls Ph1l1p Autry 346649o8 439th Engr Depot Co A P O 9788 Care Postmaster San FFSHCISCO Callfornla Pvt Daud Butler has been tat1oned at Camp Crowder MISSOUFI later at Pres d1o of Callfornla H1s present address IS Pvt Davld Butler 14149021 112th S R I A P O 709 Care Postmaster San Flanclsco Cal1forn1a Herman Capps enllsted 1n the navy on June 16 1942 He had boot tra1n1ng at lworflok Va He has been on three Sh1pS U S S Ancon U S S Joseph Hewes and U S S Susan B Anthonv He has been across several tlmes but returned 1n perfect condltlon He has been 1n two 1n vaslons one 1n S1c1ly and the other 1n North Afrlca He has recelved recognlt on for h1s seruce 1n SICIIY and has the ratlng Coxswam H IS now 1n England Pfc Marcus H Coley yomed the Army A1r Corps 1n October 1943 He was sent to Greensboro N C for h1s baslc tralmng Later he was moved to Lowry Fleld Colorado Wh1le there he was temporarlly appolnt ed to the rank of Staff Sergeant but upon belng transferred from Lowry Fleld he automatlcally gave up h1s S Sgt ratlng Marcus IS now ln Ar1 zona Edward Crltcher was lnducted at Fort Bragg N C on October 19 1943 from there he was asslgned to Camp Fannln Texas In March 1944 he was transferred to Fort Meade Md He IS now ln Ireland and h1s address IS Pvt Edward C Crltcher 34851394 477 Repl Co A P O 15178 Care Postmaster New York N Y W1ll1am L Dayenpcrt Speck enllsted Ill the navv ln October 1942 After taklng h1s boot tfallllllg at Sampson lNew York he was statloned on a destroyer the U S S Mervme Speck has been on sea duty slnce Care Fleet Post Offlce New York N Y Ernest F H111 GM 2 c entered seruce March 2 1943 He lecelved boot tralnmg at U S N T S Bambrxdge Md He was later sent to the Armed Guard Center Brooklyn IN X where he was asslgned to tne U S S Zarembo He has had approxlmatelx nlne months of sea duty He has been to Brazll and South Afrlca and ls now statloned at Shelton VlFg1Hld I-'aye 7 u euty nzne L f mf- !! -5 . 1 Y ' W I I 1 V I I ' Q . 1 Q . . .. , ., Q . . . . . 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Leon Taylor Hmes Jr hash d n1ne weeks of bas1 tra1n1ng at Norfolk Va He vv as then sent to Naval Rese1ve A11 Base IH Atlanta Ga for over a year Later he vvas ass1gned to the Naval A1r Stat1on at Charleston S C Last February he spent two weeks 1n the Naval Rece1v1ng A1r Base at Shoemaker Cal1forn1a and from there he was sent to New Gu1nea Pfc Edward Y Hobgood volunteered for the A1r Force He went to Fort Bragg N C 1n September 1943 and then on October Z5 1943 Z4 1944 he was tl ansferred to Laredo Armv A1r F1eld Texas for tram 1ng 1n a Gunnery School He rece1ved h1s gunner s w1ngs 1n Apr1l 1944 Rlchard Jones enlsted 1n the navy IH December 1943 and has been stat1oned 1n Jacksonv1lle Fla smce then H1s present address IS R1ChaTd Jefferson JonesA s R34 W 4 Sec A N A T T C Jacksonvlle Fla Pfc John McDonald volunteered for the army 1n February 1943 He vvas ent to Keesler F1eld M1SSlSSlppl where he took h1S tra1n1ng for a1r plane mechanlc After a perod of tra1n1ng there he was transferled to Yps1lant1 M1Ch1gaH where he Sp9C13llZ8d ln the mechamsm of the L1bera tor From lVI1ch1gan Johnny Mc vvas transfer1ed to Alaogo1da Ne MEXICO where he had advanced tra1n1ng Pfc Robert Carroll Montague entered the Marlne Corps June 12 1943 at Par1s Island S C where he rece1ved h1S b3S1C tra1n1ng He was trans ferred to Camp LeJeune New R1v er N C on August 8 1943 and placed 1n the 18th Defense SDCCIHI Weapon Group K Battery From there he was transferred to Camp Llnda Vesta San D1eg0 Cal1forn1a Cpl John E Plttard Jr entered the army at Fort Bragg N C on Apr1l 7 1943 He vvas asslgned to the A1r Corps and transferred to Kearns F1eld Utah Aplll 16 1943 He has been asslgned to L1nk Tra1ner De partment at George F1eld Ill Scott Satterf1eld has been stat1oned at a SCTVICC School IH Dearborn M1Ch1g3H He has been on the U S S Savannah and at present IS on the U S S MGIXIIIG Gerald W Taylol S 2C entered the navy 1n September 1942 He vvas stat1oned 1n Ivorfolk Va for f1ve weeks vvhere he rece1ved h1s tra1n1ng He was then ass1gned to the U S S Lyon Le1 oy Thornton enllsted IH the navy IH November 1942 He was sent to Balnbrldge Md Where he recelved h1s boot tra1n1ng He was trans ferred to Camp Allen Norfolk Va and recently was sent to San Bruno Cal1forn1a Cpl Chandler Watkms Jr vv as mducted at Fort Bragg IN C Apr1l 7 1943 and sent to Greensboro N C for baslc trammg 1n the A1r Corps Chann1e IS a supply clerk 1n the A1r Corps Page Thirty 3 25' Ev 5 -s --- 3-3 .1-A -1 1. ,-Q , lbiafg.. -qs QL 1g1n1 " -11225 l -7 1- aio-.-'F 'I- Jgi ,gags r ?.gQs-Ulf: sm, ,,,... lf-if 1 ,sings-. -ty" E"j'ig1 , ---' " "' tv 3?f2?5'+ ' 7c "r - ' ,591 -G P ff? 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D. , A . . , . fa 'F' 1- 'ik urn -: -.. 1-, ----,.. ,- ,e - .1 Y-.., ...., 1. i Q11 Rf --e--' ,1..4".:.F '5- 7---in-'if T :- ,4,y - 114-s -2 .e.':, -4. 5'-1 ii, vat, -4 . q -L 1 Q ag- ,gp ref-'gli "".J- 3 2 , Q - 'y "- ..'Kf-1-1 , - .Q '5-IEE" i f THE LUG-D , ' -L-5,-..u?g-.4- -f 3 ' ': " - - ff - -- - - i L Y -Y .- -V V, ,, - 9 - gait'- .i.5, - .K g. f , .-...,17g.-,.,-xg f' ..et -5 ' -E 4 -Q .ii " ' ..... ,Y ...,,., "N" -.R-.l ..p rea:-Q. 111 -4,9 1 1 f I "4" --S - .L-1-in f it W-M 1 gg L -9 org C ci HIGH FLYING-CLASS HISTORY lt came to pass in the fall of this year, The Senior, a long green, dream- lined plane bearing the class of 1944 came to land at the airport of United Air Lines of John Nichols High School. The passengers carried little necessary baggage: some native ability, a few brains, much conceit, and more good humor. The first big problems attacked by the class were the selections of the class colors, flower, and motto. After deep research and much discussion, the motto agreed upon was "Climb though the rocks be rugged." The colors passed through many changes until maroon and white were the winners After looking through the many different flowers the gardenia seemed most appropriate But wait let us go back to the fall of 1940 when we had Just boardc The Freshman to begin our trip that would end at the Airport of United Air Lines of John Nichols High School There were fifty six passengers that year The high spots and outstanding features on this trip were first prize in the sale of tickets for Stunt Night and since the prize was in cash we had to lessen our speed long enough to give ourselves a very enjoyable dance Dean Chandley won the Abernathy Award Emileen Sullivan won a prize for having the best school spirit and at the Hal lowe en Carnival we sponsored the Popularity Contest and led all the rooms in cash proceeds After the ups and downs of Freshman year we were transferred to a larger plane known as The Sophomore which was better equipped for rougher travel The passenger list changed somewhat Fourteen decided to make a change but Just before our take off John Ed Plttard Jr and Rich ard Minor hurried to the airport to Join us 1n this flight Throughout this year things happened at the rate as never before Some of our most im portant achievements were first prize for the best stunt The Spirit of Molly Pitcher KNO one of us will ex er forget Here comes Molly with the pitcher' J first prize in sale of tickets for Stunt Night and the dance we had afterwards Helen Toler won the prize for showing the most improvement and Dean Chandley and Emileen Sullivan entered the debat mg club The fall of 1942 came all too soon and found us boarding The Junior howex er six of our number boarded planes to other parts seemingly more desirable to them In the meantime Augusta Williams from Alabanaa applied for reservation on The Junior Dick Paynter had become air minded and decided to go with us from Oxford When we were settled we found Harte Wlnfree on board to continue the Journey with us Through sunshine and rain we flew but time flew so much faster We spent a month over the Oxford Orphanage campus and the tovsn of Oxford collectlng scrap iron but misfortune came when the passengers looked Iaqe T11 :fy M111 1' -ig iiezziilur ff' 944 I' q? 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The Elghth Grade had secured horses and a wagon and thus had been able to capture flrst prlze wh1le we won second About th1s tlme Ernest H1ll gave th class a party at h1S home and d1d we have fun' We had a wonderful tlme entertalmng thf 1943 Senlors At commen e ment 1943 Dean Chandley won the Clxnton Clark Debatlng Award and lune McDonald Won the Abexnathy Award Through lntenslve study we learned many thlngs flrst that It does not pay to fly to too great helghts second that an alrplane IS a great conven lence but we must not run It 1nto the ground thlrd that educatlon lS a wonderful thlng Fmally when the tlme came to board The Senlor plane n1ne members had declded to fly on others In comparxng the llsts of our passengers who had once boarded The Freshman and those who were now golng on The benlor we found that seventeen had entered Armed Servlces We began a most successful flwht In the beglnnmg a great honor was bestowed upon us when We were selected to ra1se the new flag for the fxrst txme Mr Proctor told us that when the flag was taken down at Commencement the name of the Class of 1944 would be put on It and then It would be placed ln the vault Durmg th1S fllght we declded to use parachutes and the results were remarkable Ruth Buchal an won a War Bond ln The North Carollna Cltlzens Assoclatlon Essay Contest Hold That L1ne Jlm my the Senlor play was presented Florence Autry won 1n the Senlor Declamatlon Contest Troy Tucker represented Granvllle County 1n the Amerlcan Leglon Oratorlcal Contest and recelved a medal MISS Mamle Baldwln entertalned the Class at a most dellghtful New Years Party Just as We were ready to speed ahead three senlors Emlleen Sulllvan Dean Chandley Anme Belle Weaver and one Jun1or Treva Moss engaged 1n a very heated argument wlth Berea Hlgh School os er pol1c1ng the world and as a result Dean Chandley and Anme Belle had to go to Meredlth Col lege however thls d1d not relleve the sltuatlon so It was necessary for them to go to Chapel H111 Mxss Myrtle Lelgh Peacock 1nv1ted the Senlors to Shlne on Hart est Moon Wlth her and the JUHIOFS gave the Semors a party ID the Masonlc Hall Durmg the last year of flylng hours our plane has gone to hlgher alt1 tudes The way has often been rough and bumpy but the vlew of the sky l1ne below has been glorlous and majestlc As we flew above the clouds pamonshlp of the class members Each of the class has passed the requlre ments and 1s ready to make a solo fllght and to take off for unknown regxons Aqamst the sky zu silhouette ez ents come one by one Dear members ue can t fmget 211 othe1 years CLAss HISTORIAIN Page Thnly fne F 2' -fsmffr' 3 fi ,,,,- , Y . . . Q 4 q L 5 7 , f ' . . . 3 . 1' C - Q 7 . . h 1 r .u V: . A , . . . gn , Q 1 v - , I 9 , 7 7 C1 . , 9 w o n ' . 3 . Q , X a s ' 7 . . : , x ' . . . . . H X n ,, . . - U . v . g , . , . 7 ' 7 7 . I 7 ' - 3 . . . , . q 9 n 1 , 7 : 7 7 7 7 7 . V . . 7 . . , Q , . . . l . i. . , g. . ca ' 7 . as ' - - . 7 . 7 ' , - .. , - . . , We learned to appreclate the sklll of the Pllots who taught us and the com- . ' . ' ' ' v ' ' ' . v , u . , f Y . ' . D T ,g',4?,l7.'E" '1-i?...e, Aff, -Q-.ef L-1:F 'f--l. gg Cree LUG-D The Sky Lme Last Wlll And Testament As we board the Senior plane and take the air and the hum of our 'notor dies away we the Seniors benig in full possession of mind and with memories that put the Encyclopedia Britanica to shame do make public and declare this to be the last Will and Testament of the Class of 1944 Section 1 Articlel To our Pilots Superintendent C K Proctor Principal E T Regan and all members of the Oxford Orphanage Staff of Workers who have looked upon our take off with pleasure we bequeath the Joy of work well done and our regrets for any unnecessary trouble we may have gn en them and in an attempt at partial payment for all that they have done for us leave our sincere affection our deepest reverence and our heartlest gratitude Article II To the Junior Class our landing field our hangar well planned excuses our Senior dignity if it fits and our class spirit the best brand known Article III To the Freshman Class our abilitv to Jump to safet when a Pilot asked us a question that we did not know and receptacles in which they may leave their chewing gum before entering the classroom Article IV To the Eighth Grade we leave our unfailing good humor in the face of trvlng hours we suffered when we began our first flight on The Freshman Article V To our Alma Mater we will all the time that we have wasted may other classes use it to advant ge Section II Article I To Nell Kimbrough Florence Autry leaves Petunia her piggy bank in hopes that she may fill it in the near future. Article II. Rue Belle Boddie the prettiest girl in our class wills to Nell Rose Mills all her beauty secrets which are written in French. Article III. Lillie May Whittington is to receise Ruth Buchanan s art ability which is very promising. Article IV. Helen Moricle leax es to Ann Halyburton her ability to b kind and thoughtful always. Article V. John D. Langston leax es to Harold Ballard his powers of fascination. Article VI. To Betty Jean Bolin Jennie Mae Quidley wills her many keys and also her corn-cob pipe. Article VII. Shirley Nelson is to receive Annie Belle Weaver s deba- ting ability. Page Thirty-si.r 'H -FL- 'iffe ,. n. 1 ' PS 1. lei? gs! 5' 'P-1 lil.-. A -of--1 ,- i yy jl!A1345"ff'-,ff '20 lung. 4' ire f Es, -1- -- 5 ff 141--gi 65" -f ., 1- -.-.fffia 4-fe, -ff..,, ... ...rs ,f 51- -e rr A -eff- 'A f -5,1-241 ' P ' -as in -- us- -2, .,,. V ' -3:--gn-gvi--4V , -1 -11 X 14 45? is S- , I " ' ?i'-li' ... .-. Q1 X gg, ----- -,,.u -LQ A ya-ng .ls .-i . e-Lili S , f .,e-.11-lg ez ,,,,,, as gn-e-.naar Q- - 3 -Q-.Tl 1 at 1 'H' "' ....... 1 3 t, .,- 1. ,..9--,4- Article VIII. Christine Parham leaves to Mamie Howard her ability to dance so often, and yet keep such a lovely figure. Article IX. To David Powers, Theodore Moss leaves his greatest abil- ity to fool his teachers, a cultivated product. Article X. Millie Carel receives Elizabeth Strickland's every-ready wit. Article XI. To Ruth Best, Helen Taylor leaves her ease in using un- usual words Article XII Annie Laurie Adams receives June McDonald s most ad mired possession her acting ability Article XIII Edith Ferrell leaves to Snoopy Davenport all her geometry notes that have helped her through many trying hours Article XIV To Ben Tucker Homer Earnhardt leaves his greatest talent which IS the composition of short poems on the spur of the moment b lArt1cle XV Joy Warren leaves to Emma Jean Thompson her nursing a 1 ity Article XVI Letrice Clark leaves to Irma Blalock her ability to ab sorb mathematics with much ease and grace Article XVII To her sister Velna Dean Chandley leaves her lovely charm since she wants it to stay in the family Article XVIII Helen Toler leayes to Helen Roberts her place in the Sewing Room and also her skill in sewing Article XIX Roy Moss leaves to Lacy Davis his ability to be such a big pest and afterwards make himself small Article XX To Treva Moss Emileen Sullivan leaves her thirty little boys who have been so much Joy to her during her hours with them Artlcle XXI Troy Tucker leaves to Mollie Earnhardt his ability to think quickly Article XXII To Mason Barber Joe Forrest leaves his ability to make chewing gum turn into paper Section III Article I We name and appoint as the sole executor of thlS our last Will and Testament our favorite Pilot and also our fax orite pin up girl Mrs Military Secret In witness whereof we set our hand and seal on this the 26th day of May 1944 fSlg'I'l8dJ CLASS OF 1944 Witnesses Walter Wmchell Squire Sklmp Page T111 ly sez? .l Q 1' 3' fi y -1-fi 1-1 . . . . v , , . 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' - E ,":.?2:'1.. .. r? .vff.5L R-" iq -Q -".,1g..g?3- 21'- -1' fe--fg,.,,, Ji Seeing Things At Night Class Prophecy We will now have the opportunity by means of a marvelous invention to see into the future and what could bring more satisfaction to members of the class our parents and friends than the knowledge of what IS in store In the far distance I can see Roy M Moss as a radio announcer speak ing from the mansion of Governor and Mrs John D Langston of New York There is to be an elaborate ball for the friends of the governor and his wife the former Miss Helen Morlcle are celebrating his recent rise in the political world They really have a great numbei of friends My' Yonder is some gossiping and I know some of those people There are Dean Chandley and Annie Belle Weaver Dean has been appointed the first woman ambassador to France She is an expert in the know ledge of diplomatic relations and a convincing speaker having had ex tensive practice through her vears in United Airlines of John Nichols High School Annie Belle is also on diplomatic service in France Her chief duty is to eat at all the famous restaurants and cafes in Paris to find out if possible the secrets of the French chefs and broadcast the recipes to American housewives in daily talks over the radio She handles the situation very tactfully for those famous chefs guard their secrets well I see other familiar faces but Walt Just a moment someone IS get ting up to speak Ole Joe Forrest I knew Pet was editor of a large paper in New York and I am indeed happy to see one of mv classmates developed into so fine a business man but he s only introducing the pr1n cipal speaker who IS none other than the Honorable Troy C Tucker Secretary of State and what a charming wife beside him Whoops' my mistake the lovely lady is Miss June McDonald and she IS only a secretary to the old gentleman Well I never did like speeches so wh1le he praises the new Governor Ill peer around and see whom else I know Christine Parham what do you know! Chris is now an airplane hostess with one of our large com- mercial airlines. Her course is that taken by Linbergh across the Atlantic years ago, and is now an aerial thoroughfare called the Milky Highway. Most of the air pockets have been filled with artificial cloud substance, making the way smooth and delightful. At intervals along the highway, there are huge filling stations built up out of the ocean. At each station there is an automatic nourishment machine where tablets of concentrated food may be obtained. Police officers, stationed along the highway in stationary planes, direct the traffic with signal lights. These traffic of- ficers are known as the Skylark Brigade. You will be interested to learn that several members of the Senior Plane of the United Airlines belong Page Thirty-eight -- -r 'il' -A 5 'Gini li-i'11l 0 "' , - 2:-2 5-11.5,-3'-...eel-Liga .JJ .?Zf'-:'?'.f.1E A 7 ,A w aria?- ' rr' 5 'S .H H S 4 iii' :" - 'i - -Q -Q 1 V, 'f:l- I lf? 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U ,V -- W A -H-1 -J ,, -, A ei -.ef-' to thls Brlgade Chrls IS telhng them that Letrlce Clark and Theodore Moss are marrled and are l1v1ng 1n Oxford and Letrlce IS presldent of the ever expandlng Oxford Cotton Mllls whlle Theodore owns and oper ates the Oxford Clty Bus Llne Look' Who s golng 1n' our prettlest g1r1 back 1n 44 and she hasnt changed a b1t the talented artlst MISS Rue Belle Boddle Rue Belle states that Joy Warren could not leave her school teachlng dutles 1n Burl1ngton North Carolma to attend thls lmportant occaslon That s Just l1ke Joy always fa1thful to her duty Hey' Jenme Mae Quldley what 1n the world are you d01I1g7 A reporter for the Tlmes ' You should get around Two nurses from Johns Hopklns Ellzabeth Strlckland and Helen Toler What class wouldnt conslder lt a very hlgh honor to clalm them Thelr appearance could easlly make a mascullne heart flutter Well well Ruth Buchanan the clothes deslgn er for M G M Studlo 1n Hollywood and a good one too She predlcts fashlons w1ll no longer orlglnate ln Parls but the most dlstmctlve deslgns and modes w1ll come from Czechoslovakla Everyone IS gettlng qulet GFHCIOUS' No wonder theres Florence Autry to slng for them and her accompanlst IS none other than MISS He len Taylor Both of these talented ladies are connected wxth the Metro polltan Opera House Who IS that talk1ng'7 Edlth Ferrell of course but she really should for her newest book the best seller has been publlshed It has recelved much recognltlon from all lts readers espec1ally the edltors of some of the leadmg papers throughout the natlon I have been able to see the future of all my classmates except Homer Earnhardt and Emlleen Sull1van Oh' Yes Homer Earnhardt He was granted a fellowsh1p by one of the leadmg un1vers1t1es 1n our country to do research work ln Japanese psychology for the purpose of learnmg the reason for the bombmg of Pearl Harbor back 1n 1941 As for Emlleen she IS engoylng a vacatlon from her cr1m1nal law long enough to go back to the old home to see our l1ttle mascot E11 Troy Re gan Jr graduate from hlgh school Th1s gllmpse has brought an abundance of happmess to me and l feel sure that the lnformatxon null 1ndeed affold complete satlsfactlon to the mmds of those mterested IH the Class of 44 for as the poet has sald I dzpt mto the future jeu as hunzan eye could we that uould be Page Thzlty nzrze 450 fn' " f Y l :Q-S-111 7 - , - . . , . . . . . , , . 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CTHE LUG-D 1 an I age Fo: fy 25' .af':5..,.dB DK IJ it- 37:ff SKY RIDE CLASS POEM If sums fha! only zfestudazy As a Iwcshman Class ae stood, We ze gladnallq clzmbed thc Hlqqed nay And dzd thc fe? 11 best zce could No move shall me among won stand, Whcve sunny hows to as befell And we fell the clasp of nom Mzendly hand Al tzmes the load seemed mfhel stecp Non ll c have 1eached the lop ofthe knoll And all our hawzcsf ae shall leap Trl ae hal e lcached our hzqhest goal Thule not dfav flzcnds ow zcozlc s complete Because fo? as it has just began, Though othezs aaafnst as shall compete We ll fight tzl ow last flzploma Qs non So to high school days ll e bed adzea, s om lifc s neu ami. ll! cce We leaz c you bclmzd mth hcazls flzaz' me fine And success lo the onrs flzat shall talle ou: place gi slr 31 1 li - Q l' g v..:1-elle ' 1, -: .1 'f Q i "-' -3'-""i --11" -.rf ,iv ,r s--ff, vi- 'Y-- fi A i ' 4- - " 2 Lf-' f' "jk, - L " ' - ' ' ' I, 324- ', , --P " f - .-, -.. 7 . ..., 4-Q....,' f l 17 "" "'.. 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L .-.,: -asus "B" C' ...A ,.ai.""" ,ee- WHO S WHO IN CLASS 44 Pwttzest Gul Hfmdqomest B011 Mobi qt2Ld7,0ZlS' Gul Most .Studzoub Boy Best All Round Boy Best All Round GMI Most Populm Boy Most Populm Gfwl Lazzest Most Athletzc Gul Moet Athletzc Boy Moet Ambztwus Wzttzest Most Concezfed GIII Most Conceztod Boy Most Dzgmfzed Cutest Clwss Baby Lnelzest Quzetest Most Talhatzze Teachea s Pet Bzggest Pest Most Pez satzle Gul Moet Ve1 satzle Boy Most Optimzstzc Clase Antique Most Modest Gul Most Lzhelzf to Boy Most Lzlfely to 5 J .Succeed quccved fl! 3- V RUE BELLE BODDIE JOE FORREST HELEN TOLER JOE FORREST JOHN D LANGSTON JUNE MCDONALD JOHN D LANGSTON JUNE MCDONALD THEODORE MOSS FLORENCE AUTRY JOE FORREST JOY WARREN JOY WARREN JOE FORREST HELEN TOLER JENNIE MAE QUIDLEY HELEN TAYLOR DEAN CHANDLEY LEATRICE CLARK EDITH FERRELL JOE FORREST ELIZABETH STRICKIAND ANNIE BELLE WEAVER JOE FORREST JUNE MCDONALD ELIZABETH STRICKLAND LEATRICE CLARK HELEN IWORICLE JOE FORREST fag: Fon ty one f-- --g .ei , nag-. ... -v .5 5' ,,, -i - 7 ' " -' ' ' - - - '- iQ ' " " "' " ' Y W f V, - v HA' , -3: v-lv-i f--2 L? , 3 qw. f - f 7, ,. ..f,. . it Q- -'?9-2"-,. fv' : ,- -nay' - na-Q11 , ,:-at-g -1 " ,. 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L- Tmzsurer GRADE MOTHERS MRS FLORENE 'IANNER MISS NANNIE P BEBSENT MEMBERS HELEN ADAMS LINDX ARRINGTON BETSY BAKER DORTS BEAN JEAN BEASLEY WIARY CALLAHAN RUDOLPH CAPPS JESSIE BIAE CAXTON VELNA CHANDLEY JESSIE LEE CHILDRESS VERNON CUMBIA LACY DAVIS JANIE DENIENT RAYMOND DENNY J D GARNER STEVE HARRELL ANN HALYEURTON VVALTER LEE HAY ES ROSA LEE HILL JAMES HOWARD BETTY HLNNICUTT LEONARD JOHNSON BILL JONES 'K PEGGY JONES RUBY LEE KNOWLES BILLY LEACON GADDIS MCDONALD XVINIFRRD MASON IDA NIOORE HENRY NIORRISON THOMAS BIOWFRY DEWANNA RIAF OWEN NIILDRED PFRGERSON ALONZO RAYNOR FRANCES SURLES CJ, THOMAS, EMMA JEAN THOMPSON J VX THOMPSON BEN THORNTON ELILABETH TOLER JOHNNIE VVATERS LILLIE RIAE WHITTINGTON CATHERINE VVILDMAN ROLAND XX ILSON DAx ID XX OODRUI-'E Page Forty 901 en "ff ff 1944 ,G aw vigil:- -lifl -g'1 w . . . E 1 1 w w ..R . 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' l -4 , ,F wk JOHN NICHOLS PARENT TEACHER ASSOCIATION The Parent Teacher ASSOCl3tlOH of the John Nlchols School was or ganlzed on March 12 1937, under the dlrectlon of Mrs N W Walker, d1s trlct superv1sor of parent teacher work, Rale1gh N C The membershlp of the assoclatlon mcludes parents of CltX chlldren who attend the John Nlchols School, teachers 1n the school, cottage coun selors, and other mterested Orphanage workers The organ1zat1on has been a standard assoclatlon throughout ltS CXIS tence and has recelved the Blue Rlbbon Honor Scroll, the sllver lovmg cup for the hlghest percentage of subscrlptlons to the Nat1onal Parent Teacher Magazlne, the blue rlbbon on the 1943 Yearbook, and the blue r1bbon agam onhthe 1944 Yearbook It has p1 oved to be a most xaluable add1t1on to the sc ool The follow1ng pupll act1v1ty was presented on Founders Day Pro gram, February 10 1944 HARVEST HOME A Przqeanf 111 Commemovatwn of If ozmdw s Davy Am1o1m1m DEAN CHANDLEY CHARACTERS hrs Allie Ihrnu rs II: 1 A fPhoto5z1aph on oppome pageX 1 Im 1 IA1c11A1X1 1110 X1 III I flu: 'IIIOII IAN NI KITS nruter llllll OI N IA C1t1L111sl11p l IAIIXS 111141-'RsUN Uongrm ss 1 1111111 IIIO IS R1 mm A XX oonm Fl' I-we 11t1on'1l Ohuld IXATHIPI-In I11AsAx1s 101111411 rs D 11 I5 111 XX 0011111 1- 1-' AIII1 1111 r XX A H1g.,I1 School N1 ru: H Illt 11d Fnmls l fc HHPN lio1111P.'rs XTIIIIIOIIII R1l'1t1 1 IAIIINI- K LN'1l-.R Inv IIIIQ Iron 4 I1 n I- 1 IZABF1 II 51 1111 RI AN11 I Qgnlxtlon NI-'RNA XIA1 CAIIS RIGYIIIITKIIIIT fRACI- XILGON Musu rm XII dm 11 1I1er of I' 11111 1 IX 111 nl Hwgle 1-1 I xrem lfduc at1o11 lrowdure and B1 1 rogrqms 114 XI: ssengzcr 1 111111 IitlI'4.ll10II Rural S1 rwue Safr-tx Sfhool Lducmon 8011.11 Hxglene Dxrected by MRS LUTHER A LIGOIN I ruff' I' UI fy Hgh! 1- up-Q IPRAIUINF' DIXON 1 I'1oR1v1- ALTRY N1-11 IXIMBROLFH 1111-1 'xus l11111c1- CIAR11 l1e1XA Moss I ww XIKNPIII- XAICHAN lox XX ARRFIQ IIUISPKT lr omxrs sq r 1 1 X 1 In 111 B1 'r ANNIE I ADAMS XIARX IIILAIHIH Sl KLES NIIIIII1 CAREL XX 1-TA BIOORE if lik. --, 211-L v-S .rg-1-Q 4 4-411 .p an 1 9 4 -I ig! 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' ,,, ' , -.. i "" :41 aaa:-Q 1 7 1 3 22 5' 1 O Page Fifty The Log Staff TROY TUCKER Edztm ROY Moss Asszstaut Edztoi ANNIE BELLE WEAVER Busmess Manager JOE FORREST Asszstauf Busmess Manager J OY WARREN Semm DEAN CHANDLEY Club HELEN MORICLE Feature HOMER EARNHARDT Sports JUNE MCDONALD Humoo JENNIE MAE QUIDLEY Photograph RUE BELLE BODDIE RUTH BUCHANAN f Edztov Edztm Edztm Edztor Edztor Edztor Art Edztors MRS LUTHER A LIGON Faculty Advzser f 71 2 ,A 5 1 -,- TU 4 4-Li: TTS!-J ' f -3 -5" -" ul .J .A-A-1-.. ,',. .-1 .. .-- , XX in ' L- 2- if, A xi- 7. rig r 'wr I 54 GI- 1 ""' ....f ' su- -gn i -2-f -.ggj -T 1-2 -Y i y A-A -g..- - if ,, S , - V.-3 q 4 -- 5 Y.-Q -up fi W nv, ...F .L v- Y. . -1 ,,,, '-ai., -5532, Aw, 4.11 2. ff, 3 - ::.ns..., - 'es' Afyf- - Af 2 A R 1-A 4- -"F .' .1 Y, -- 3 1 ,, rj?-. . M- ,, - ,M V, ' f f-.--f- ...-..- - . , .J as- .1 .,J -1n35.,.4g....g. 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K-,E 1 J, ---A ' 'df -- IC 'i7Q? Tp :asf ar' Y, Nettle N Bemis Club FLORENCE AUTRY RUE BELLE BODDIE RUTH BUCHANAN LEON CAPPS DEAN CHANDLEY LEATRICE CLARK RLDOLPH DAVENPORT LEONARD DEAN REBECCA DUNCAN CRAWFORD EARNHARDT HOMER EARNHARDT EDITH FERRELL JOE FORREST CHARLES JONES JOHN D LANCSTON JAMES LONG ll' lv-o ii lag. JLNE MZCDONALD HELEN MORICLE ROY Moss MARY NEWSOME CHRISTINE PARHAM JENNIE MAE QLIDLEY ELIYABETH STRICKLAND BILLY STUART EYIILEEN SULLIVAN HELEN TAYLOR HELEN 'IIOLER TROY TUCKER LOLISE WALIS JOY WARREN ANNIE BIILIE WEAVER Page Fzjty fwe 1-1 4' l- -7 9 az.-4-E12 .ii- 4119-0-Kass' tl: f an-353 -:Q ie--1 1-F T5-- 1.i?. 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' :reggae-. - - --.. -1 1--S Triangular Debaters QUERY Resolted That the Unlted States should Joln the other natlons m a program of world securlty and that the assoclatlon so formed should have an adequate pollce force AFFIRMATIVE Treva Moss Emlleen Sulhvan Troy Tucker fAlternateJ NEGATIVE-Dean Chandley Ann1e Belle Weaver Ellzabeth Strlckland fAlternateJ In the dual debate between John Nlchols Hlgh School and Berea High School the negatlve of the John Nlchols Hlgh School won thus rnakmg the team elxglble to compete ln the DlStTlCt Meet held at Meredlth College Ralelgh N C Havlng ellmlnated the negatlve teams of Henderson Hlgh School West End Hlgh School and Oxford Hlgh School the John Nlchols Hlgh School negatlve entered the finals held m Chapel H111 N C and met the negatlve teams from Greenvllle and Forest Clty In thls meet Forest City negatlve was declared wmner Page Fzfty ezght Q A a -r Z3 l . I ,, V . . . . . . , . ' 7! F l 9 ' 7 9 Y ' Y 7 1 y - ' ! 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L 1-- Wlnners In Declamahon Contests MILLIE CAREL I' LORENCE AUTRY Ma at the P T A The Bo zde and the Broom Medal Gwen by Oxford Klwams Club Medal GIVEN by The Oxford Orphanage MASON BARBER Paw Rents a Modern Apartment Medal Gwen by Oxfold Masonic Lodge No 122 Page Fzfty nme 1 3 " 1 1' 1 fi gl it se' .fai- 1 .Q--3 .1 -4111 I . Q 1 as u 44 ,- n ll Y! , . ' -5-"1 'ff an qv -V 11. 1-- ,.....5,- .- 1' .--ll , 1:11 I H ,, ' 15:4-uf 7' -- "4" -'OI' - -"W" , g -rv -- . .V gg... .. 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A 1, T-an -v o' C - - , l - - ,: -3, ,., .- ' -it-,W -My -5-za 'e.'9. ..., g on'-5 -ii "'-'qi gat:- ,ip 1 ' -t in ..1i-::-'- 4 ' X f i rf I 3 1 d American Leglon Oratorncal Contest TROY TUCKER Gmw zlle County Rep: esentfrtzz e Distrlct Contest held m Oxford IN C on March 22 1944 SUBJECT The Constztutzon zn a Changmg World Medal Gxxen bw Ernest F Halt Post No 90 Oxford N C Page Szfty one 'H .if-602 5 is-ui i . . . U I. ' ' : D D , J A , , ., , . . . , ! ' 'Y Y , rc - ' -I V - , va . ' ' " . ' , L . , , . . . ing . ,T '1 l -- ' gf F 4 -A -'- 3.. . ' ' , 1.0!-'-111 A , T11 .2 nj-pg lv o-jj perl :I -'I-' H .4 i, "3 -- -...Q -- Y 4 t 4 ',L 1-g ,., ':'-P f ,4--i , -:17 3-2:-1 , ,-qi -H -2-f5g..c,g2e 112:11-5 - 521 C TH E L U GD f ,- vi.- "'f,f . all- . 5 - MQ, if , Y- 2-v , -- N U E9 ' c-Q -,ifii ii' "- " -'- .Q1 ' X 'Jag "' '- ft -f - Y H , rs' -lfiqi - ' f. I .,:-5.4,-I-. .'2' ' :f...,,,-,, - ?c::'.1Q p -",, .-.. -r.. "' 2 I "' ,-. I ..4- gi.. -L -1' 'P' , ......:.......:. '91-" 41 .1. 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JOHN NICHOLS VICTORY CORPS MEMBERS DAN BRASWELL RUDOLPH CAPPS ALBERT CASE DICKY CASE HERBERT COLENDA RODOLPH DAVENPORT DAIL DAVIDSON CLII-TON DAVIS LEONARD DEAN RAYMOND DEINNY LINDX FLOYD J D GARNER RICHARD GUY BILLY HARRELL WALTER LEE HAYES BILL JONES ANDREW KING JACK LEAGON QELIL MASHBLRN GADDIS INICDONALD THOMAS MOWERY CALVIN PLEASANTS DAVID POWERS RAYMOND SIMMONS OLIN THOMAS RICHARD WARREN RAY VVEATHERFORD JOHN WILEY DAX ID VVOODRLFF BENNY VVYNNE Szafy joan HAROLD BALLARD DIASON BARBER TRAVIS BROOKS LEON CAPPS GRAN CHILDRESS ELEKIEL COLENDA RALPH COLEY VERNON CUMBIA JAMES DAVENPORT LACY DAXIS RONALD DAVIS CRAWFORD EARINHARDT HOMER EARNHARDT JOE FORREST STEVE HARRELL JAMES HOWARD CHARLES JONES JOHN D LANGSTON BILLY IEAGON JAMES LOING ROY MOSS JOE POTTER BILLY STUART HAROLD TAYLOR QEQLL, THOM S 'BETTENT' BEN TUCKER TROY TUCKER JOHN WATERS SAM VVINFIELD " "' lf -Q55-1.1 11:3 G -e lyk i ,,1l -1 1 1 L v I I 1 - ' Y 1 1 .. 1 1 1 1 . 1 1 , , Y ' I L. ' J 1 1 , L. 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' X 15' +' J' ff A , ,Ll fs 'Aff - gi' F-39 l,f ,f QYKID4-1--1-A ghfi H Hold That Llne, Jimmy A Thug Act Comedy P1eQented BS THE SENIOR CLASS OF JOHN NICHOLS HIGH SCHOOL December fl 10 1943 Oxford Orphanage Chapel CHARACTFRS JININIY GRAHAM The Bashful L naggresszlz Pfeszdcnt or C Hlyfon Cvllvqc JOE FURRELT JERRY TRAVIS Hzs Most lntunate Flzend ROY Moss CHLBBY CONNORS Capfmn or the Football Team JOHIx D LAINGSTON JASPLR ALLEN I fmzdfnf of fhf 9111011 lmmd TROY TUCKER SHIRLEY ALLEIN the Leaufzful Nuff ff 11131 cw Allfw FDITH FERRELL WIARGIE WINSTOA Ilnst Fnerqffzr GUI nz the College DEAN CHANDLEY FLOSSIE Sowvuans In msf Gul u the Lollvqf RLTH BUCHANAN D1 acted hx N113 Dome B1 monk re S fy sn va-0 4-11-Q? 15 F3 1,1 -"Tl 4 gzg: .1 A, 11. Q' """"-K.,-gv t x.. - wi ll ' ' ll , A' ...,..... , .... Q ...,,.....,.. , , Av y A . V. 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J.. - -" -s qr-We e- ' in 1 A 5 1:-"J - , f'.T"fi:, 'L .-:fri yr-,:,ff:.f2+!' 'i'l"f' " ' rr-' Commencement Marshals May 2b 1944 GRACE VINbON L hzef MASON BARBER GRAN CHILDRESS MILLIE CAREL SHIRLEY NELSON Page Sz Qty sezen .11 l 4 4 'i .gi 1 ' .az -1 1 7 1 " ' , f 1 w 4 "f. . A -"', '11 5 aa- -..,- 1. 1--',..,,.-,- Q gr,-3' T-H ,IL ' '9"' 41' - rr? -. .-,-L:-- va --I J: -Li li ,. MI - ff L ' -a.--:-i-.p- .f,-,', 4141- - -- - , ,I -'-Il ' '--.' --- -'Y 1 1 43..- .-.f A+ -.3 , N" A ' 1 ' X1 -f - . - -1? ----- :-:- -F L -I. 735' c, .fa ,..aui'2l'-Q wh- -uf A. .-an.. -, 5. Y'- -1 f-'si-2. 4'-l1!'..,-f ie-5-'t CTHE me-D Q-fl-' "a un.. --' nETE-'.i- , gg- . f 4"- lg'- CAMPUS EVENTS Oxford Orphanage Echo Carnatron Holstem calf sold S24 500 worth of War Bonds September 25 1941 lk Frrst football game of the season was played at Wrlson October 8 1943 Neal boys presented War Bond to Orphanage Joe Forrest won rn the Popularrty Contest at the Halloween Carnrval if Red Devrls closed the football season by defeatrng Durham Hrgh School XX' The Natrvrty annual Chrrstmas pageant was presented December 19 Royce Thomas and Brlly Barber en lrsted ln the Navy rn December and James Roberson after Chrrstmas Mrss Mamle Baldwm entertarned the Mrs McCorquodale Mrs Harrrs Mrs ses Paullne Gunter Verna Mae Capps Brllre Woodruff and Shrrley Nelson en tertalmd sexual Senrors at a Tacky Party Mrss Peacock rnvrted the Senrors to Shlre on Harvest Moon w1th her Roy Moss was a close second rn the Popularrtv Contest Mrllre Carel won the declamatron me dal and was rnvrted to grve her decla matron before the meetrngs of the local braneh of the N C E A the Parent Teacher Assocratron of the John Nrchols School and the Alumnr of E C T C of Oxford fl! Brllre Woodruff recrted A Football Pan rn the declamatron contest Rebecea Woodruff recrted Trrmmrng Her Husband 11111 Szvtu czglzf Helen Roberts drd splendrd work wrth The Favesdrrppers ln her declamatlon Dean Chandley showed how Janree Entertams Srster s Beau Florence Autry won the medal rn the Senror contest wrth The Brrde and the Broom Herbert Colenda spoke ln I-Ioratros Defense Albert Case had Hrs Fu st Date Helen Morrcle was presrdent of John Paul Jones Patrrotrc Club Mather Grbbs was rnducted mto the army February 19 1943 Joy Warren had a splendid ldea of Mas Monday Mornrng Popular rtv Contest for grrls and Shrrley lNelson was second Verna Mae Capps was presrmlent of G B Qummers Club the frrst semester Home lNursmg Class made oxer 2000 Red Cross surgrcal dressrngs Camp Butner lllV1tLll the SLHIOIS to vrslt the camp Helen Tolor Letrrce Clark and Dean Chandley were glven subscrrptlons to We the People rn reeognltron of then essays rn the eontest conducted by the North Carolma Crtmens Assoeratron Four students entered the contest sponsored by the North larolrna Pulp wood Lo Seniors are enterlng the essay con test sponsored by The Cotton Trade Journal 5, if-sar1.'t-3 3- 1 -if All is-g 'ir 1 - 1- Q Vg 'P' .ai""1." 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Y.-7- .. . f -0 "5"-5J'1...i3 '3-Tig L: -5 12-gi:.b'P 1 ff' ff, is 1 ..-,, wa- 1 i f. 1:-:,,"',5,gi-5. is-f .zig- Patrlohsm In John Nichols School Every pupll IH the John Nlcholb School 15 a mem ber of the Amer1can Junlor Red Crob Each one IS a member of a Jumor Xmerlcan C1t lzenshlp Club also Durmg the year 1943 1944 the Student Govern ment Councll has agaln adopted for 1ts proJect the sale of War Stamps and Bonds It has met splendld cooperatlon and success for ower S1500 Worth of Stamps had been sold and the sale of Bonds has amounted to more than 358 000 John Nlthols School may truthfully sdX When thzs guat zeal zs oz er and the tutor U LS uma And ue hate done just ezezuthzng ue Izzo: should har e been done Hell jam the jzcbzlatzon and uzth happy hearts we ll shy We had a part in the Pict ry. Puyf Szlty nzne A i f , - l '41, l lr a- 'M l V i 5 7 A -, i.. ...L T.-L ,r J 1-. wi f Y gg -,V . 1, .-9 L-3 4, .1.ff- as- f'P 24 ag,-i -.dsifv -3"' 72735-'fl 4 Lila- '37 'Qzv' . -V, l --B, 1 f l "" ,ff " ' ----' :fn " ff' Q" V "W" if - ,J f . ,if . , V- --'1:" -- 7 :nl 3- ""'.--." limi. .Iimnnui i .gi -g. SQA ,QQ k Q -... .A Ya 1 - ' Y i --- -- ,..-. .1 .. .,,- -,, ,H Q- ., Y, - . . . Y V . . . W .w I 'S. A - . . . , - - V 1 Y ' . . . . . l V 11 1 . .. , , 4 . 1 . . . . . . . , . l i N I V 1: y . . . N ' ' . . , 1 - ' . - I v ' . - ' . , v , . f . , ' . f , I ' , I .' ,' 4 'K l' ,' , U if .' l V, , . . . . . y. . 1 y , . 1 H 4. v ' rv CAMPUS LIFE r'-W' l i 2 is I iil-sung' 1, 52 1 -211 TH E ls- U GD 2-1- I," tT':.,Lf?'-gym-a Y W , 1-t Y - Y - 'h , - 5 'N .-"' " Bur ... '-" """' .. .huuur -.-"' , A'.i.:- -f 1, gf A , Y e e e- f, gf- f - -.2 V j' --i ,..:v ,, - .gf-41' r r -4" -3-.nv 'J' -- igfgg-ii'-' 4- 1-r - ... iii-'53 ALMA MATER Words by Mlss Myrtle L Peacock An Hall Gerlrd' Hall to OJ ford Dear Old Orford Noble tazr and Qtronq llrth her colors red and black we Prazsz hfr nzth a sono If Lrst thou art an north and beauty Fzrst ahere er ue roam Szng we then our Alma Mater Or ford Orphanage Horne Choxue Chrldrcn of the great Repnblzc Orze zn rorce and heart and wzll Strong and noble rn the future Sn ell the chorus let rt thrrll Prazsc thas Shrzne for elerry Mason Let no rozce be strll Then haLe made our Orphanage Horne lflrth a roual nzll In our colors bold and stzrrrnq Red and black nnscarred O1 ford Orphanage Alma Mater Alnays rn regard ai Q fs"-sae -F -.,,,, 1- -as gf i ix ey - -if - lil- 1 ' ,, u ' - , ry . C . . '1 '- r 1 . ' J ' '- ' . 1 I' . . 1 - . , , , 1 r 1 , 1 zu? g n J. vu w' - 1 ' Q I 1 ' v ' ' . 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Captann John D Langston John D was approprlately voted captaln ot the 1943 football squad for he has always gwen h1s best m every way to the team When he fought he fought hard and falr He began hls football career wlth the 85 Pound team ln h1s flrst year and has played on the Vars1ty the past three years He made the thlrd team on the All State team 1n 1942 He has played on the Varsxty Baseball team two years Page Seventy seven Q .1 1 . o . . . Q r , . , . , . A if, lk rf :H-- T.- -,.-.?.:,- , X 1 .,f ' TS. ,-9 Q-1 -2 If-,rj ' ' 7,3 -g'-.... . ... 5 - . ','l,'f, -g.. J Y.. ' 1 .3- L 4' -:vy ,Hz-A,:4:-SJ -r' ,1 14- Q1 ' V 'i .. , :- E - K+ - ... - - - V- V Y-4---V - .,,. . ,..,,, .,, ....,--.-.f - L, -t J' 2" : ,- WN V., ' - ,,-.1-Y -..- 517,41 ::1fT---.,1wgi.- . L-V -Ll .rf Y , . ,, ..A -,,,L x X -' -Q, '-.V V4 ,I , ' 73- L4Y4,-i' -..L 1' 1,4 1, . ,411 :V , 7. K . qL!..1.- YM..-,., l N f , , ,. ,L.,,rg, f, ,X ,-:LL n 51-w--'L 'A af- -1,11 -+L LL, ,I-W vw-., -fr ..., .l-,, ,- rx, . . 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Cheer Leaders SHIRLEY NELSON, Chwf FLORENCE AUTRY TREVA Moss JUNE MCDONALD ANNIE BELLE WEAVER Page Sc vcwfy rzyhf Hall to Oxford dear Old Oxford Hall to you and you Wlth Our colors red and black TO th1S emblem we ll be true e ll cheer the Red Devlls On to Flght on for her fame vlctory , e ve got the fxght We ve got the mxght et s wm thls game' 4 Ik ,JQSGQL 7 7 9 ' 7 W ' ' ' ' W ' ' ' ' T 9 L , . . I yf , D QL ,Q 5:-,fii,,1gMLA:i4:1::. - re-'fffzifw-V gf-5?"f'a:?"21ffI 12.5 I 1' I L.jgFf1-. ..,. ' - ,-ffililif'2-5iaei:5:.g,F'f2:g1:a'L,- gf, F 5,311,L2l5'3l111',.,"E'IL:'J-' ' ,,',,5gI23? g ig ,far 1. 443.231 GRAN QHILDRESS Rxght End HOWIER EARNHARDT Left End +..5.w-+:H- 7 A S - , Yi - ' A F ' " T : " ' ' .gg T . 4 .., Af -f - -A 4 ' Ei. L -4' L:-5-,1- :ir 1 ' ..i:" ""' 1 , ' ' THE LUG-5 -::"f fn -1 V . A- WN, ,N M V, , M - --- - , -V.: .r ., 2 -Q, l., ,..-'-- f' Q ,. , -r. -1- -12'-4 , .,. .i9 -A -- ig ,gn L iq. El t3"'l-lb:-44 lg -l 1- 'gen' -up -,O -n-Q. 1.-5 ,l ? . Lll' 1' ,v-i.-. -1 - ,,... ,- ,,-Q:-... -- gi Q .d. 1' .,,"v Q... -4 -1 .-if--.41 rm rn .- Y QM- ,, i ..s-.fg q:Y,:,-:Mi ieg--'N ..-. , f - A if -4 g 'LY ,L . L ' A Varslty Football Squad MR E T REGAN Coach JOHN D LANGSTON Captam JOE FORREST, Alternate Captam MAN AGERS HERBERT COLENDA EZFRXFL COLENDA BILLY JOHN ROY MOSS Center .CECLL TH Left Guard 'TF"MEs E Left Tackle HARDID BALLARD MASlJN BARBER RALPH COLEY VERNON CUMBIA JAMES DAVENPORT RODOLPI-I DAVENPORT RONALD DAVIS CRAWFORD EARNHARDT JAMES LONG ROYCE THOMAS MATHER GIBBS JOE FORREST BARBER Rlght Tackle D LANGSTON Rlght Guard D GARNER STEVE HARRELL VVALTER LEE HAYES EDWIN HOLLIDAY JAMES HOWARD CHARLES JONES BILLY LEAGON JOE POTTER :wg F -as-2? 2 ' 1 -, 1- iz-1 J -1,-L fr 'Si -.1-tel Quartel Back Half Back Half Back Full Back BILLY STUART BEN THORNTON BEN TUCKER TROY TUCKER JOHN WATERS SAM WINEIELD Page Sezenty nme gg I V LL., O.. . ......,,.... . L nn - - 1 4 1 - . . . , ' 1 . I , . v 1 v - . ' ' 'T-34- A1 np- - - QQ ,Lf .-..- .. 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U . . 7 . x . . . - 9 v 1 , f 1 THE 1943 FOOTBALL SEASON The opening game of the season was play ed at Wilson where the Red Deuls had the11 fu wt defeat of 47 14 This was a greater defeat than the Red Dexils had absorbed before but bovs from last year s 100 pound team had to be used to put an eleven on the field Mather Gibbs vias outstanding IH the backfleld The two touchdowns wele both passes the first from Royce Thomas to Homer Eainhai dt the second was fl om Royce Thomas to Joe Forrest The second game in as play ed on the Oxford Orphanage grid iron with Danx 1lle The score was 34 6 IH fax oi of Danxllle The only touchdown for the Red DGXIIQ was made by Roy Moss who ian the ball back about 90 yards on 1 k1ek off The third game of the Vear was played with Raleigh High s Caps in Raleigh This game was to mark another defeat against the Orphanage team by a score of 60 0 The Red Deuls made a number of first downs in the game and they fought vsell but the Raleigh team was xeiy strong Our fourth engagement of the wear was with the Rockv Mount Blackbn ds the second game played on the home field The only score of the game xx as a touchdown by the Blackbirds in the last fevt minutes of the first half making the final score The fifth a retuin game took place in Damille. The Red Devils were again defeated by Danxilleg this time the score was 20-0. The last game of the season was to mark the only and most important victory on the calendar for the Red Devils. It was played on the Orphanage field, and the home team defeated Dur- ham High Sehool 25-21. The touchdowns for the Red Devils were made by Joe Forrest fthreey and James Long fonej. James Long kicked an extra point. Inge Eighty f5 I get - 1,34-R+ ii ...f ..-... 1-. , --1 ,i 2' il- '-" ,., r Y -vs -1533 , l 'V , ,. K an -f -.ac J. 4. QQ,-.at ,. .-V81 . --5: , ., J... -ag f- l If T' ' '- I q 4 4 Ay- ,ll- 1 grim' ""' f" ' - ' ' "5 fx - l. . ,- gr, , 2 , Y 4: - uqfw -, , , .- , - - 4 11' -5 if b vs" A"f 'W .af-" gn- ' ' -I--. --ull- "" x-, Q.. 1-iff-' az 351 a-f5-L'23'Ef'f55- -sas -3 3.-G Jim. FOOTBALL REVIEW W hen Coach Regan began to work on the 1943 squad problem of great depth confronted him the greatest that has dogged a coach since football was inaugurated at the institution His first and second teams of last year which included some outstandlng players were thoroughly riddled by graduation and the call to serse Uncle Sam No mentor has ex er had to start with a group more inexperienced They did not know how to tackle how to block how to cover passes how to run or do any of the Jobs about a gridiron but as the season adxanced the team made unusual progress and it was most gratifying to see the remarkable change that had come about from the game with Wilson until the final game with Durham The 1943 Red Devils although winning only one game de serves much praise for the interest they showed in the Job thev had There were onlv two of last year s team left to help carrv the mail Captain John D Langston who has been an outstand ing player for the team for about three vears and Alternate Captain Joe Forrest who has played outstanding ball at end last year and at full back this year These with the other members of the 1943 squad have made a gi eat impression upon the entire Orphanage It IS with pride and admiration that the student body of the John Nichols School ha' stood behind the team through thick and thin of the many battles they have taken part in upon the different gridirons of the state. The Red Devils play in the A class from year to year and scarely ever have a breather, thus, by taking on one tough team after another, the boys show their mettle. Page Eighfy one f' "-105: 'H' in uv- -.-1-.Ji-'-q.,.1- iwlvv --:Y -3 ...., 1- ..... .11-1, Qnrgl--Sil " "Y 1 ,l'TQ?1?'1-Z' C f-'- llfim . 14-1 if-1 51 2-91:9 -0-an -. ggi:-'9 1, ' .V -...f- ll,-'ll , .- 1 . 14 .sv I' ' -'-7?'TQ:"..-9-. Li. 1- 1. 1' , U 1 -- --g,f--- gr 11- Y -4 V A 1 - "-' ' , f f ' - "' 'fl'-5'-5 iw:-I cu.: i Y g "r ' - 1 Y - W ,, , -1 4-I'- 2" ' ,I an dkv- Q rs:- ! ff ,, a-u'u1'-- Y? :4-,-:ig fa.-1' 4-91799211 -.. z -:f ,e ..., ,?.,vi- Lv- v f il:- ..'-T -a 7 .iii-fir i .Q ' - -,A - -GZ ' VL 711- yur rj-Q g ,V Z., f , - , a 9 S 1 . . . I Y v . . r 1 7 7 . ' 9 , 1 , 1 . . . Y 1 R 1 , 1 1 . . . 1 . 1 s ' x L' L .1 W , W . U 1 1 V A ' I 1 1 i- Q A , L - ., 'vs C - 1 D I v 7 ! Y - . ' . ' 1 , 1 . 1 51 nxt - " ' - gggqii " lg f'f-2 - - .... fi' limi. rnxq-'-, i ...Q , ,- -.- 3 i' , I 15-I? j 1 '12 .-..".:'-- J .-dmc.: i ' '..k-f...i. . , 1 4--renin.-1-. 5 -Dar. W 1 ..-.- ,.. 4.- af ,1 ,Ji . , , gi V rg.. - H Qc -I Y if OXFORD ORPHANAGE YELLS Sit down! Sit down! You're rocking the boat! Oxford Orphanage has got your goat! G-O-A-T Baaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa Sitting in a grand stand! Beating on a tin can! Who can? We can-Nobody else can! Beat ---111 Rifty, rifty, rifty, raft! Chifty, chifty, chifty, chaft! Rif raf chif chaf' Let's give a horse laugh! Hee' Haw' Strawberry shortcake' Huckleberry pie' V I C T O R Y Are we in it" Well I guess Oxford Orphanage Yes' Yes' Yes' I had a little rooster Set him on the fence' He crowed for Oxford because he had good sense Big Apple' Little Apple' Susie Q' Come on boys we re trucking for you' sitting on the railroad track Oxford comes along SSSSSSSSSS Boom' Sausage' in a high chair' Who put him up there? Ma? Pa" Sis boom bah Oxford Orphanage Rah' Rah' Rah' He s the peach he s the cream he s the captain of our team Truck to the left' Truck to the right' Truck to the center and Fight' Fight' Flght' Page Elghfy two Go back go back' Go back to the woods' You haven t got the strength And you haven t got the goods You haven t got the swing And you haven t got the Jazz And you haven t got the team That the Orphanage has Who for? What for? Who you gonna yell for? Oxford' Oxford' Oxford' 2-'Q 7 7 1 ' . . s W' u , . . . , . . . . , . 7 Y ' W 9 ul UW n W W 7 7 7 ' 7 Y " , . . Y 7 , . ! , . ! 7 n :W J I - -I-Pnl -A -ui vi- ..--iQ A- .+:,.f-4,- if 1 r , ..-.T a-- ! 5 J- 'v"":"f4E?a.'e 'E':.'i-','T- 4 g. -Q-:el-K-ga g., 15 -:agen-...Cl-if 'Q f J ' - ,,d? ,YEZifi -3439 ll 5229. A -fggfig- . .fc rsfzr ,--frfi g-411 . V S 15 . 1' , 2- . . -..- -W -.... .- . --. .. . -. . .:..,,?--,Q- - -'--., - ,.- ,. . -...S-4...-.. ...-.S-.,...:. 1... T -f Q -qi-Q... 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' s EC Y "-541 'F' L sn- 1--im. il"-1-f -- fq -"' 95 ':g.- ..e- TL1..-IL. fi -..Az -I 1. :- Jil 3f,s:T ..- .-.1 --it-5'-5: AG,-,yi .-.11 .f-4.1-ay- lt 1... q'1".'ZS,-Y--1' V ,l :Lt Cf' '4 , - g. ,Ja-f-4:-- ':-.. .., M- 4 -3,-L 'Eff T H E L U GD , Ti - ' -- A - g," '- - f L V"-J' - ' 'r ' - -111 ' - - - Y- Y -f Q ,.. 7:11 -a,,Qi?5i i, 1 -4- -.31-:- 1,1 iu 5 -1-, 3 l , f - S-F 9 - f E ' 'E f .Ll J. i 1 t , .J fi '-.a-if,--'L -7' -Y -b ' .nh-L54 ' - .2 1 gf ,, , 142'- '1 -1-. ,,,.q- an-nui- f E 3-2?-if BASEBALL SCHEDULE Ap11l Aplll Apl 11 M43 M IX M lb M Ly 111111 VRIIQIILOI1 at Oxtold O1phan.1ge YN UIGIILOH at XX arlenton Nlethodlxt Olphanlge it Rdl61g'b B916-Bd at Belea Nlethodlst Olphdn xge lt Ofcfozd Olphcmdge Lldrksxllle at Clarksulle X lrgmla llalkxxllln at Oxtord Orphanage 8 if 1' 1 1-.-:lg , : la 1 1 ,Qs- itfe ""i"""1-'sv .' ' - . - ' 1 1 4 .' 'Z . . , ', . -' , ' V 1 . . 1 s ' ' A A C C . ' . v 8 v 4 1 2 -Y A L, - . . Z i A . . . . ,2,161i. Sy' . 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'Y i' BASEBALL RESULTS The baseball team thls year has made a pretty good show 1ng for 1tSelf We won four frames out of the seven played vshlch IS a good record Joe Forlest d1d a swell Job of p1tch1ng and Wlth the able aeslstance of Jlmmy Long behmc' the plate they led a young team through the Qchedule There was only one home 1un h1t by the Orphanage team durlng the aeaeon Joe Forrest h1t for the c1rcu1t IH the elex enth mnmg at Clarksv1lle to break a t1e and XVIII the game Oxford Oxford Oxford Oxford Oxford Oxfrod Oxford Orphanage Orphanage Orphanage Orphanage Orphanage Orphanage O1 phanage .1 QF Hb RESULTS Warrenton Warrenton Nlethodlst Orphanag Berea Nlethodwt Orphanage Cld1kbX1ll8 Clfmksx 1lle 'i,-:lil Iufr Ezglzty V110 ' Y V- ' u ' ' Y o r V . . 1 . Y . . . , . . , . . 1 g u 4 ' v . 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'ij - - ,A , , 1 - -,- H.. f. , - 3 'S .MM n 1 - f The Alumm Skateway The Alumm Skateway was dedlcated on December 10 1941 The presentatlon was bv Mr Donald Small paqt preaxdent of the General Alumm AbSOC13t10ll and lt was accepted by Dr Charles P Eldrldge Grand Maater of the Grand Lodge of North Carohna Thls glft has proved most valuable as a form of Qport and also af, a health bullder Page Ezghfy snr .1 if- F 311 Q J .-st' 1 41 l . , . t . , 1 L . Q . . . V Y , - . A' 1 , L, 1 I 1 l er--1.-y Z.. ..,-..:.-:-v'f.- -Q., 1f Q , ,, 1 lf. nl- 1 U, -- ' "he g e-7 - 1 gg?-in-gl wr lf-A.-. -- W f-f gil.: . -4 ig i-if .,.:, Ag.: pe 1- ,W - J-Il i . ig: , -gf ' 3 .Ja g 41 ,sp 5-1.1 ""' fr Y ' 'L ' ' "' "' -if ,YL Q51-4.1 -i r .1 Z .,-41 .-. ..5-13" KX IN xx X? Humor , fx - ' lx 1 .X ,"' D oe. L l.l' 1- 1 M 4 'IB-'4 ,QS-ff '? 5 - if , 4 ff! f in? ' - I K ,V - x Liens, "'E1 ""-if-S " 4s-.:'2-'f -Q1 'il .Q- an--we CTHE LUGD .aa "3 'gz- Ji' "'-.qgz-gg. .F s.-- Wh, -"5 -"i:.gs ON THE HOME FRONT Durlng the past year, fl om all sources of lnformatlon, ue haxe gath ered some vsonderful knowledge It 19 stupendous how the e genluses, vlthout thlnklng hale sald thlngs that would make all the learned men lshamed of themselves for belng left behlno Frlends, we ale publlshlng thls for your beneflt, but we must warn you that you must not repeat any thmg that follovws untll thls knowledge has been more Wldelfy dlstrlbuted Methuselah was the snake ln the Gal den of Eden fLoletta Trevathanl Florence Nlghtlngale was a Flench opera stal who sang and danced fol the soldlers dullng the Flench and Indlan Wal iGlan ChlldI'6SSJ From an essay on A Ramble ln the Woods by Helen Adams the f0ll0XNlI'lg' lnformatlon was obtained A lamble IS an anlmal wlth fOUl legs Thev llxe lll small holes Some of them ale uly flerce and Caesar stabbed snlth manv wounds felt them not Hls Chlef wound tlaltors and so ClVlIl,Q he gasped out the words Tec, hee Blutc fJames Da wenpoltj The plulal of ox IS oxygen flllaly Newsomcj A xely alelt blologv student lx as nam lng the wlngs of a glasshoppel They are the anterlol the p0StQll01 and the bactella On a test IH sclence one questlon was Why do vse not lalse sllk VNOIIHS ln the United Statesq Imaglne NIISS Blalocks surpllse to flnd out Vle get oul sllk from the lavon He IS a largel anlmal and HIVGS more sllk At least Ann Ha lvburton S3111 o The vvlfe of a Duke IS a Ducky fRe becca Duncanj Most of the houses ln F1 ance are made of Plastel of Palls iFlorence Autlvj Often when people are drowned you can revlve them by punching thell QldQS ln but not too hard Thls IS called artl flclal resulrecflon fJune McDonaldj Inge Ezghfy ezght G A gin: ul-S Q' :gags- ' 2 v . by i A pelson who hopes f0l the best ls knovsn as an octopus fRuth Bestj Mussollnl IS a S01t of materlal used fol ladles Wal tlme stocklngs fAnnle Laulle Adamsj Habeas Corpus was a phl ase used dur mg the gleat plague of London mean lng, Brlng out youl dead fRoy Mossj Many of the Indlan Heloes V618 kllled whlch proved vely fatal to them fDdXlll POW6lSl An eplstle IS the wlfe of an apostle lDean Chandleyj land was thloun from hls hol sc suffer ed a fracture ln the Feudal Svstenl and dled of lt iTloV Tuckelj Alnold Bennett was a soldler ln the Vkdl on the UHIOH slde He turned tlalt or to the Unlon was lnjuled ID battle and then he begged to be allowed to put on hls unlon sult iEllzabeth Strlck landl The floxxel has flV8 parts sepals pedals antlels plstlls and the tllgger the plSt1l IS lts only p10t8Ctl0H agalnst lnsects 4Jov Wd1FQHl The splnal column IS a long bunch of bones The head S1tS at the top and you slt at the bottom iLeon Cappsl The doctor excavated her tonslls and cellulolds fDean Chandleyl Shllred eggs plepaled by bleaklflg the egg lnto the form of a bl1dS nest are attractlve fEm1leen Sulllvanl In the mlddle of the Nlneteenth Cell tury all the morons moved to Utah fRe becca Woodluffj tl- " Y -i 4' f-my H ' li 4-wiki-gizst 1-14-, 1 .+:' -' -- -v -5 3 '-4-'. 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"if 1. 3" 1-' 652 -1: D- .-1 -.ur 7- P T A PROGRAM February 30 1944 The presldent Mrs John A Baker called the meetlng to order and then shook hands Wlth all present The pledge of alleglance to the flag was led by httle Thurman Horner, after whlch the school song O the Bullfrog on the Bank, was sung by the members It IS customary to 1nclude an actnlty on the program, and smce lt was February the annual Founders Day Program was presented The pro gram IS held 1n honor of those connected wlth the school who have found somethlng 1mportant durlng the yea1 The number of fortunate ones th1 Vear IS espec1ally gratlfymg HARVEST HOIVIE Amzolmcer DEAN CHANDLEY Name CHRISTINE PARHAM HFLFIN TOLFR LOUISF WALLS EDITH FERRELL ELIZABETH STRICKLAND MILLIE CAREL VIVIAN SURLES DAVID POWERS PFTFR STUART SAM WINFIFLD RED DAVIS SKIXNY THORNTON HFLEN NIORICLE HELFN TAYLOR ANINIF BFLLF WFAVFR DFAN FHANDI EH JLNE MCDONALD THFODORF MOSS GRACE VINSON JOHN D LAINGSTON JAWIES DAVENPORT JOY W-XRREIN HERBFRT LOLFNDA NIASON BARBER YFRNELLF VAUGHAN JUNF NICDONALD HELEN! ROBERTS BETH B,1-LSI Found on Dlscoxcred Jlttelbug prxze at Camp Butnel Flolence Nlghtlngales unlfcrm llso Terms A pest 'Vosey Taylol Invltatlon to Lou sbuxg College Epson Salts when Dean Chandley couldn t Someone to slng Shoo' Shoo' Baby A good appetlte Peanut butter eatable Roy Moss had clgarcttes A han cut Methodlst Orphanage had chlcken for supper Raw oysters Wlth cho olate sauce CIGIILIOUS Cause of owerwelght Annle Belle WGANQI s blscults Only dunce at the Jumor Senlol Palty Jasper Allen xxolth smlllng at Her class llnf., to be at sea Playmg hookey better than lttltlllg' poetlv Fame ln conduttlng mse ts funelals Red socks Gcornetly wcly fasunatlng Hel dates mwed up Thud base could be held Elevator IS not alllgatol The JQVNQICI llked to keep her watch Nlustald plaster and hot watel bottle a xemedy for 1nfe11or1ty complex Ap11l 28 Day of Sadness Death of Patches S-ur-pp-l-y-of-bone-is 'I V lugs Lzgllty nzne If an .usual .e !'5 3: i 5 Q n-1 i lil A-,ft I' 1. 4 - d.j lc- Qg -at w...,. -1 i .. l 4- -qv .. 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GRANDPAP Cause Im caught m m b ar trap RECENT EP FECT OF PAPER SHORTAGE Mch hs bn wlttn abt rfrmed spllng as a savr of spc Possbly ths wld b a gd pln Bt xt wld b a bttr pln lf It wer card frthr If a systm of abbrvtns wr adptd as mch as 40 pct of spc cld b savd It wldnt b so hrd as u mght thnk U cn read ths cnt u"" 421 ELIZABETH Dxd they say anythmg about the cookmg"' MA'r'r1E LEE No but I not1ced them praylng before they started eatmg Ski Ruth Buchanan was chaslng a blg rat ln the dlnmg room RAT Hey cut It out, Dollle, thls 1 meatless day i l F3 3- ---4. PR DANIEL You have acute appen dlcltxs EMILEEN Oh Doc don t flatter me Sk Does she know much about cars " Naw She thmks you cool the motor by stripping the gears' MRS MCSWAIN Do you thmk Im gomg to wear thls old squlrrel coat all my l1fe'7" dear" The squlrrels do SOAP Box ORATOR We must get rld of radlcallsm soclahsm bolshevlsm anarchlsm fascism and communlsm VOICE FROM THE CROWD And whxle you re about It Just throw m rheuma tlsm Look dad Sald SIX year old Bllly I pulled thls cornstalk up all by my se My but you are strong saxd hls father I sure am sald Bllly The whol world had hold of the other end of It bl- If TEACHER Who was the smartest m ventor" PUPIL Thomas A Edlson He m vented the phonograph and radlo so people would stay up all nlght and use hls electrxc llght bulbs ,Fil Havmg overslept on hls weddlng morn Mr Walker hastened to the sta tlon only to fmd h1s tram had gone Half frantlc he rushed lnto the post offlce and sent off the followlng tele gram Delayed Dont marry tl I arr1ve"' Pk 4' MR LIGON Well I suppose you re plenty angry because I came home wlth a black eye last nlht ' MRS LIGON Not at all dear Y may not remember It but when you came home you dldnt have that black eye Page Nmety one ' i'-int a " 1: .1 -f Q " " 4-3' ' - .-ag, -11 -1 Q- gn -4 11. 1, ,-.. 1- -1 --r ,- I ,, ,,.,,.. -. 1 1 rg 0- .... 3... ag...--1 It I sf' 1-r l 9 4 4 .1 -L -i 9 .- n ,B 1 1-I ,, .ar Q 'f 2- 'L "' .- .. 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Junlor IS bunglng onc home fo1 dlnner These remarks concluded the address and the pres1dent expressed appreclatlon, on behalf of the members, for the most lnstructne and en llghtemng message Durlng the brlef business sesslon, the followlng lnformatlon was sought The Jun1o1s a1e unable to fmd anyone to take the Senlors place can t someone gxve a suggest1on" How can Glan Ch1lCl1GiS dlvlde one stlck of chewing gum lnto twenty fue IJIQCGSQ Who taught Jenme Mae Quldlev how to dI'1Y89 Why does Illllllly Long thlnk so mu h of Rale1gh" When old lVIa1ga1et NIOOIL and Harold TdXl0l begun b0Y1l'1Q7 How does Blllle XV00dll.1ff get out of studv hall" Xyillld Mae Capps wants to know how one can tell when she IS engagedq Annle Belle XVEANQI vsants to know when Dlcky 15 comxng ID? We want to know who send M15 L1 gon flOW6lS9 Does Ruth Best know now that Gen e1al F1senhowe1 IS not ln command of Green Mountam Boxsq In geometry why does G1ace V111son want to get 1n the llttle red wagon and 1ld6 lnstead of pushlng 01 pulllng 1 fr Hou much candy dld Ruth Buchanan really eat durmg the Sen1o1 Play" fRoy got mole than Ruthl Why can t Jllllllly Howa1d stop court ln long, enough to kcep the f11e gomg f01 hot water? When Albe1t Palham IS not at school 18 he playlng hookey" Why does 'XI1s kV0Odlllff llke olangc peel1ngs" Why does Rodolph Davenport want to be called Gable" Is It necessaly that Stewe Hauell lea1n to count w1th f1ngers'7 VVhen dld Ralph Coley vsalk fron C166dlUOOl to Camp Butne1 ln the snow W'hat makes Dean Chandlu thlnk s c xs the stuff" The 4G guls Want to know whe1e e 1est of Black Maglc s tall can be found VVe want to know lf Trlgger has an IHt616St ln H1llsboro" W ho taught Flolence Autu to skateq The moments of the executlve meet 1nU also of the plecedlng regulal meet mg we1e read subt1acted added ano approved Afte1 countmg the room lepresenta tnes the meetlng was adJou1ned and a soclal houl was enjoyed when refresh ments consxstmg of chewlng gum VNSIC serxed Page N mfg fuo l' is it 2 Q .-25:52 siggi-.iggg --- ," ' if f, ...': K ,.,- -r ual -as-I ' -r.., --..-f V- -. ,..f, iY,..,+-, hal- .. -Q 4: - - E -- A 1 - , , nf--7-1-. .Q gan- , . ,,,,,,-M. 1-A xg: ,. 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W- "3.:. .i.-'useful'-iP'.'?'?3.1l....,,g1.a:v1' ,, V , -J FROM THE BATTLEFRONT In a Forchole Somewhere rn Italy Date DEARIE I am sure you have been wonderrng what has happened and l know you are anxrous about me but don t worry for I am perfectly safe Ever ythrng has been rather quret and dull around here srnce Hrtler found so many of the Oxford Orphanage boys were over here Some of the boys had Iecerved a few copres of the Orphans Frrend and Masonrc Journal and Lynwood Davenport was so proud of The 1943 Log that he had a copy of It over here A group of us got together and went over to the dance grven by the Red Cross and when we returned we found somebody had been ramblmg around After careful examrnatron of the frnger prrnts we learned thev belonged to none other than a German spy Well we were certarnly scared untrl General Clark came around and sard that Hrtler had been Informed by hrs Propaganda Mrnrster that there was a foxhole of Oxford Orphanage boys In that vrcrnrty and he had also been grven the record of the frght the Red Devrls could put up a football game Hrtler decrded If they could do all that IH frrendly athletrcs, what would they do rn battle' He told hrs men they mrght hang around Cassrno but thev had better not go further Now, you see we almost get lonesome One day James Craft sard Let s get together and have a real old fashrorred Oxford Orphanage Bull Sessron We drd and I want you to know some of the thrngs that were told PVT SHI-:RRILL BEASLEY How far rs It to camp? CPL J E PITTARII JR About ten mrles as the crow flres PNT BEASLEY How far IS It If the crow had to walk and carry a pack and r1fle'7 YVILLIAM DAVI-:N PORT I nr sure glad I prcked the navy PFC ED HOBGIOD Whyq WILLIANI In the navy they dont care how late you sleep In the mor nrng Just so lt Isnt later than 4 30' WELDON SULLIVAN They cant make me frght but they can take you where the frght Ing rs and you can use your own yudg ment Ol-IICER VVhats the bu., Ideal Why are you men clrnrbrng, trees and trawlrng through the brush? PVT ERINLST BEASLEY Well srr we camouflaged the gun before lunch and nom we can t frnd rt .li 1 1uv"::n- QT?" The offrcer of the day stopped T f5 Lours Autry carryrng a soup kettle out of the krtchen Here you' he snapped Grxe me a taste of that' Obedrently Lours handed hrm a ladle and the offrcer tasted My gracrous' Do you call that soupq N0 srr replred Lours Thats tllSl'l water Two negro soldlers sy er e drscussrng the relatlve merrts of thcrr buglers Sard one Fella when dat boy of ouahs plays pay call h1t sounds xactly lrke de Bos on Synrphone playrn de Rosary The second colored boy snorted Brothah you arnt got no buglar a tall When Snowball Jones wrops hrs lrps aroun dat bugle of hrsn an plays mess tall I looks down at nrah beans an I El Straxyberrres behave' You IS krrkrn de yshrpped cream out of le plate ' CAPTAIN' Haye you cleaned the deck and polrshed the br ass? RNEST HILL s 1 and Ive swept the horrzorr wrth my telescope Page N znefry three 4, ,. -ic , f-' ,,- gl 'I ' e .3-:las -5 45.-' ,411 A W v y ' ' - - , - ' . , . U . . , . , . 9 ' . Y 1 - I I 1 . Y I 1 I b 7 1 ' , ' lx r 4 ! 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