Northampton County High School - Lighthouse Yearbook (Machipongo, VA)

 - Class of 1959

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A A " ' ■ 5. -. ♦ ' ' •“ ' •« .■.-le- » 4 !• % . -«« ' W t • «» « . . ... i, Dedication We, the Graduating Class of " 59 " would like to dedicate our " LIGHT¬ HOUSE " to one of our Former Teachers, Mrs. Mattie B. Poole. " Althoug h we miss you very much, weTl never for¬ get how good you were to us and will always remember the things you taught us. " To Mrs. Poole we wish the best of luck in the years to come. This " LIGHTHOUSE " we dedicate to you. THE SENIORS MRS. M. B. POOLE Principal’s Message a EETING TO THE SENIORS OF 1959 It is always an honor and a source of great pride to commend each Senior class for the Perpetuation of our “Lighthouse” that has been shining and still shines for those who have beat a part of its making. This being true, we wish to commend you, the Seniors of 1959, on a job continued and well done. With the publication of this issue, it indicates that another class has passed through the educational processes of Northampton County High, and more than ever, it should mean that your ability to think has matured and expanded with the passing years. You should at this stage be able to think more critically, because your environmental or educational experiences have been meaningful. We wish you to remember that every individual is continually faced with the task of making wise choices which require thought and judgement -- these choices are more challenging in the world that you are about to face than at any other time in our history, because coupled with the other challenges you face will be the challenge of space. Even with this, nothing must be allowed to hamper or impede the developmait of critical thinking on your part that is so essoitial for a good and useful life. We look forward to you being 20th century pioneers who have turned from land and mine to the many challenges of human dignity and space. Our frontiers are no longer in the West -- rather in research laboratories and human hearts which make them frontiers without limit. It is essential as you make your way through the squalls and alarms of the next decade that you keep your eyes on the main goal which is the continuation of our progress to greater abundance. As we see it, life holds many successes for you, so please accept my sincere best wishes. Your Principal, W. H. Smith »iii ■ •:;-r i?vi- ' o.i--v?.:A . y; ' ' :; ' :;r- -!. ' v ' -!-v::- .v Vv ; !;K las W:««»SS»1S@S sSS«tag5iliS p2S2S2SE3ESIS:S!2SmSSZSiSS!ZS:iII!S33 ISZiISZS; Administration MR. W. a SMITH PRINCIPAL Johnson C, Smith University of Pittsburgh MRS. LJ. WILLIAMS HOME ECONOMICS Hampton Institute Cornell University MR. C.N. WILLIAMS AGRICULTURE MISS D. M. TURNER LIBRARIAN Virginia State College North Carolina College Virginia State College Administration MRS. B. M, ERVIN GUIDANCE AND FRENCH Johnson C. Smith MISS L. E. UPSHUR COMMERCIAL MR. E. B. BUSCH, JR. MUSIC Virginia Union Howard University Virginia State College Administration MR. L. R. BURTON PHYSICAL EDUCATION MRS. E. U. JONES MATHEMATICS Maryland State College MR. O. KORNEGAY, JR, GOVERNMENT Maryland State College Maryland State College MISS J. CUMBER PHYSICAL EDUCATION MR. V. ADAIR INDUSTRIAL EDUCATION A and T College MISS A. J. BARBER ENGLISH Virginia State College Johnson C. Smith Administration MRS. P. T. SAVAGE SECRETARY MISS M. B. DOWNING ENGLISH AND HISTORY MR. F. W. BRICKHOUSE GENERAL MATHEMATICS Hampton Institute Fisk University St. Paul ' s College Virginia State College MR, K. WRIGHT HISTORY Virginia Union Virginia State College Guidance Committee The Guidance Committee was immediately organized after the opening of school. This year for the first time in the career of the school, the committee plans to present to the pupils “A Career Day.” Special efforts are being put forth to enrich our program in order to meet the needs of each pupil. The Committee has set up the following aims and objectives: 1. To make a study of our drop-outs 2. F oUow-up study of graduates of 1958 3. To promote a desirable student teacher-relationship 4. To insure the pupil’s success in school 5. To encourage the development of a demand for continued education and improvement 6. To identify the gifted child 7. To develop desirable ideas and habits of citizenship In obtaining these aims and objectives we are; 1. Assisting the pupils in selecting their courses and deciding on their vocation 2. Finding the causes of maladjustment and making efforts towards their elimination 3. Enriching our program of studies 4. Leading the pupils to understand and appreciate education The Guidance Committee is composed of the following persons: Miss L. E, Upshur, Mrs. P. D. F riend, Mrs. I. J, Williams, Miss D. M, Turner, Mr. F. Brickhouse, Mrs. B. M. Ervin, Chairman; and Mr. W. H, Smith, Principal. Student Council The Northampton County High School Studait Council began the term with new aims and objectives, brought to us by Shirley Sample, who represented us in the Virginia State Student Council Workshop, at Virginia State College this past summer. Our main aim for this term is to have a “Tutoring Service” which is to, be rendered by the members of the council to any student desiring help. Some of our other aims are as follows: 1. To develop good student-faculty relationship 2. To promote clean and healthful living 3. To aid in the administration of the school 4. To furnish citizenship training 5. To provide students with experience in working in a model government 6. To encourage student participation in extra-curricular affairs 7. To encourage habits of individual inquiry along lines of scholarship, practicality and human society in general 8. To help to develop an understanding of an appreciation for the asthetic, cultural and spiritual values of life The present officers are: President, Freddie Giddens; Vice-President, John V. Collins; Secretary, Margaret K. Helm; Assistant Secretary, Shirley Sample; Treasurer, Ruth Rogers; Chaplain, Cora Upshur; Reporter, Rosa Powell; Adviser, Mr. Otis Kornegay. To the Senior Class of 1959, we extend our best wishes for continued success. We trust you will continue your education. “Choose what you like, but be the best.” ■ ' : ' ' t i C; !. .w.v;;-;--;-.. .v ' -:yi 4vW-, ' ;;r r ' ' ;.r ' - ' V-. .. • ' . : ' .y . ' . - --iiTmii- wr [TMf ll■l llll l■» w---—---- . ' l!l ' P-N. ! ,l ' . J . ' » M . -v:;,- Cl .My rv;-.: ' ' r-j; .. V ' :■?■• .:■ ■•:- ;:-??nT7 ' ;• ;• y. ' -y,: v:;; vV- :; ' ■ ;■ ' ■. ' •. 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D., Cape Charles, Virginia Nickname: " Sweets” Ambition: Private Secretary Favorite Song: " Try Me " Pet Saying: " Wow " Hobby: Dancing MARTHA VIRGINIA BARNES Capeville, Virginia Nickname: " Phoochie " Ambition: Lawyer Favorite Song: " Matter of Time " Pet Saying: " O My Soul " Hobby: Reading IRENE BOYD Birdsnest, Virginia Nickname: " Baby Irene " Ambition: Telephone Operator Favorite Song: Sixteen Candles Pet Saying: " I can ' t do without it " Hobby: Cooking JIMMY LEE BROWN Cape Charles, Virginia Nickname: " Jim " Ambition: Mathematician Favorite Song: " Donna " Pet Saying: " I’m not kidding you " Hobby: Playing Trumpet ; ■ ex-7 ■■ ' f J NELLIE OLA BELL Seaview, Virginia Nickname: " Nell " Ambition: Stenographer Favorite Song: " Come Back " Pet Saying: " You know what I like " Hobby: Corresponding with Foreigners ROY BELL, JR. Eastville, Virginia Nickname: " Pro " Ambition; Engineer Favorite Song: Sixteen Candles Pet Saying; " You’re Kidding " Hobby: Driving m DORIS LEE CAREY Seaview, Virginia Nickname: " Lee " Ambition: Airline Hostess Favorite Song: " The matter of time " Pet Saying: " I don’t jive " Hobby: Dancing WINSTON JAMES CHURCH, JR. Cape Charles, Virginia Nickname: " Baby” Ambition: Policeman Favorite Song: " I cried a tear " Pet Saying: " O yes " Hobby: Studying MARY COLLINS Eastville, Virginia Nickname: " Sweetie " Ambition: " Beautician " Favorite Song: " Try Me " Pet Saying: Is That So Hobby: Dancing MELVIN COLLINS Eastville, Virginia Nickname: " Mailman " Ambition: Auto Mechanic Favorite Song: " Sixteen Candles " Pet Saying: Try Me Hobby: Study Automobiles Parts MARGARET MARIE DIXON Fairview, Virginia Nickname: " Sookie " Ambition: Typist Favorite Song: " Matter Of Time " Pet Saying: That ' s Tough Hobby: Dancing JOSEPH DUNTON R. F. D. Cape Charles, Virginia Nickname: " Joe Boy " Ambition: Disc Jockey Favorite Song: " Try Me " Pet Saying: That’s Right Hobby: Playing Sports NATHANIEL CROPPER Cape Charles, Virginia Nickname: " Nat " Ambition: Air Force Officer Favorite Song: " Here I Stand " Pet Saying: Hold It Hobby: Talking CHARLES LEE DAVIS Eastville, Virginia Nickname: " Dinkie " Ambition: Pro-Baseball Player Favorite Song: " The Time " Pet Saying: Sweetheart Hobby: Dancing BERTHA FINNEY Machipongo, Virginia Nickname: " Gush " Ambition: Nurse Favorite Song: " I Cried A Tear " Pet Saying: " O No " Hobby: Singing GERTRUDE FISHER Franktown, Virginia Nickname: " Trudie " Ambition: Secretary Favorite Song: " I Cried A Tear " Pet Saying: " Shucks " Hobby: Dancing LENA VENDEAL GIDDENS Jamesville, Virginia Nickname; " Len " Ambition: Typist Favorite Song: " Try Me " Pet Saying: " It Can’t Be Real " Hobby: Collecting Records ODESSA GRIFFIN Bayview, Virginia Nickname: " Des " Ambition: Nurse Favorite Song: " The Right Time " Pet Saying: " So What " Hobby: Writing IRENE FISHER Weirwood, Virginia Nickanme: " Sweetie " Ambition: Private Secretary Favorite Song: " I Cried A Tear " Pet Saying: " Tell the Truth " Hobby: Dancing MELBA MERIDA FOE MAN Chesapeake, Virginia Nickname: " Mel " Ambition: Secretary Favorite Song: " Nobody But You " Pet Saying: " Leave Me Alone " Hobby: Reading WILMER FRANCIS Nassawadox, Virginia Nickname: " Red " Ambition: Engineer Favorite Song: " Matter of Time " Pet Saying: " Its a Sad Case " Hobby: Reading CLARENCE FITCHETT, JR. Birdsnest, Virginia Nickname; " Juke " Ambition: A Foreign Diplomat Favorite Song: " Nobody But You " Pet Saying: " Everything All Right " Hobby: Sports FREDDIE WILLIAM GIDDENS Eastville, Virginia Nickname: " Humphey " Ambition: Lawyer Favorite Song: " Try Me " Pet Saying: " You Know What I Like " Hobby: Football GEORGE ISSAC GIDDENS Bridgetown, Virginia Nickname: " Country " Ambition: Lawyer Favorite Song: " Matter of Time " Pet Saying: " You’ve got it Daddy " Hobby: Football .. GRACIE LUVENIA HARMON Nassawadox, Virginia Nickname: " Little Bit " Ambition; Laboratory Technician Favorite Song; " Try Me " Pet Saying: Kid Hobby: Dancing JOYCE MAE HARRIS Cape Charles, Virginia Nickname: " The Baby " Ambition: Typist Favorite Song: " Try Me " Pet Saying: Oh My Soul Hobby: Singing and Dancing ALFRED JOHNSON Cape Charles, Virginia Nickname: " Byrd " Ambition: Armed Service Favorite Song: " Three Cool Cats " Pet Saying: It Couldn ' t Be Done Hobby: Playing Basketball CARL EDWARD JOHNSON Exmore, Virginia Nickname: " Carley " Ambition: Sociologist-Law Favorite Song: " Try Me " Pet Saying: Are You Alright Hobby: Dancing ANNIE MAE KELLAM Nassawadox, Virginia Nickname: " Ann " Ambition: Nurse Favorite Song: " I Cried A Tear " Pet Saying: Time Will Tell Hobby: Making Friends MARY LOUISE MORRIS Cape Charles, Virginia Nickname: " Dot " Ambition: Nurse Favorite Song; " I Cried A Tear " Pet Saying: You ' re something Hobby: Dancing JAMES JORDON. JR. Eastville, Virginia Nickname: " Pete " Ambition: P. E. Instructor Favorite Song: " The Time " Pet Saying: Let It Be Said Hobby: Sports AMOS GUY JOYNER Eastville, Virginia Nickname: " Sonny Boy " Ambition: Armed Service Favorite Song: " Lonely Teardrops " Pet Saying: That ' s Right Hobby: Sports - SAMUEL KAYE NOTTINGHAM Machipongo, Virginia Nickname: " Nott ' s " Ambition: ' Professional Football Player Favorite Song: " Try Me " Pet Saying: " Can’t Fight It " Hobby: Dancing TESSIE MAE NOTTINGHAM Machipongo, Virginia Nickname: " Tess " Ambition; Typist Favorite Song: " Try Me " Pet Saying: " That Joker " Hobby: Dancing GEORGE PARKER Fairview, Virginia Nickname: " Jocopo " Ambition: Disc Jockey Favorite Song: " Charlie Brown " Pet Saying; " He’s Something Else " Hobby: Sports MYRTICE PATTERSON Eastville, Virginia Nickname: " Pat " Ambition: Nurse Favorite Song: " I Don ' t Want Nobody " Pet Saying: " You Know It All " Hobby: Dancing RICHARD PEOPLE Eastville, Virginia Nickname: " Merche " Ambition: Pharmacist " Favorite Song: " Try Me " Pet Saying: " Sure Enough " Hobby: Sports MOSES POOLE, JK Machipongo, Virginia Nickname: " The Naptown Kid Ambition: Pro-Basketball Favorite Song: " Try Me " Pet Saying: " Ball Daddy " Hobby: Playing Basketball STELLA LOUISE SAMPLE Exmore, Virginia Nickname: " Cookie " Ambition: Stenographer Favorite Song: " I Cried A Tear " Pet Saying: " Gee Golly " Hobby: Reading VIENNE SAMPLE Machipongo, Virginia Nickname: " V " Ambition: Designer Favorite Song: " Try Me " Pet Saying; " You Must Be Fooling " Hobby: Dancing ERNEST ROGERS SATCHELL Birds nest, Virginia Nickname; " Satch " Ambition: Commercial Artist Favorite Song: " Donna " Pet Saying: Something Cooking Hobby; Swimming MARY ELLEN SATCHELL Birdsnest, Virginia Nickname; " Blind Eye " Ambition: Nurse Favorite Song: " Sixteen Candles " Pet Saying; Oh Brother Hobby: Listening To Radio PARKER SATCHELL Eastville, Virginia Nickname; " Park " Ambition; Music Instructor Favorite Song: Sixteen Candles Pet Saying: Be The Best Hobby: Playing Records MABLE OLIVA SIMPKINS Machipongo, Virginia Nickname: " Mand a " Ambition: Nurse Favorite Song; " Try Me " Pet Saying: Stop That Hobby: Listening CORNELIOUS LEON SPADY Cape Charles, Virginia Nickname: " Ed-Norton " Ambition: Physical Education Instructor Favorite Song: " Pledging My Love " . Pet Saying: ITI Make It Hobby: Smiling WILHELMENIA ALITHA SMITH Cape Charles, Virginia Nickname: " Willie " Ambition: Registered Nurse Favorite Song: " Smoke Gets In Her Eyes " Pet Saying; Okay Hobby: Playing the Piano RICHARD SMAW Cheriton, Virginia Nickname: " Shilo " Ambition: Professional Athlete Favorite Song: " Charlie Brown " Pet Saying: You Got The Business Hobby: Craftmanship CHARLIE HASKIN SMITH Wardtown, Virginia Nickname: Geasemo Ambition: Medical Doctor Favorite Song: " Charlie Brown " Pet Saying: There You Go Hobby: Swimming Eastville, Virginia Nickname; " Skinny " Ambition: Army Air Force Pilot Favorite Song: " Try Me " Pet Saying: " I Dig You " Hobby: Building Projects MABLE LOUISE THOMAS Cheriton, Virginia Nickname: " Mabelline " Ambition; Physical Education Instructor Favorite Song: " Try Me " Pet Saying: " Ladee Dah " Hobby: Reading LENA TURNER Bridgetown, Virginia Nickname: " Demi " Ambition; Seamstress Favorite Song: " The Lord Will Make A Way " Pet Saying: ”0. K. " Hobby: Sewing BENJAMIN HARRIS WEEKS Cape Charles, Virginia Ambition: Pro-Basketball Player Nickname: " Benny " Favorite Song: " All Of A Sudden " Pet Saying: " Oh! Yeah! " Hobby: Playing Basketball JEROME STANFORD, 3RD Eastville, Virginia Nickname: " Bobby " Ambition: Air Policeman (AF) Favorite Song: " Sixteen Candles " Pet Saying: Oh Yeah Hobby: Sports FRANCIS STARCHIA Johnsontown, Virginia Nickname: " Fran " Ambition: Telepiione Operator Favorite Song: " I Cried A Tear " Pet Saying: That ' s Right Hobby: Dancing AARON TOWNSEND Cape Charles, Virginia Nickname: " Big Boy " Ambition: Auto Mechanic Favorite Song: " Try Me " Pet Saying: " Big Boopper " Hobby: Talking WILLIAM THOMAS TROWER Franktown, Virginia Nickname: " Bill " Ambition: Television Technician Favorite Song: " Try Me " Pet Saying: " Say Mr. Gentlemen " Hobby: Reading BETTY SUE WESCOTT Nassawadox, Virginia Nickname: " Bobby " Ambition: Beautician Favorite Song: " Lonely Teardrops " Pet Saying: " That I Do " Hobby: Sports EARL WESCOTT Eastville, Virginia Nickname: " Sweet West " Ambition: State Police Favorite Song: " The Night Is Right " Pet Saying: " Don ' t Be Funny Kid " Hobby: Playing Sports EARTHLEY LEVI WEST Eastville, Virginia Nickname: " Eart " Ambition: Pharmacist Favorite Song: " Try Me " Pet Saying: " That’s Too Bad " Hobby: Studying Science JACQUELINE WHITE Cape Charles, Virginia Nickname: " Jackie " Ambition: Typist Favorite Song: " I Cried A Tear " Pet Saying: " You’re Kidding " Hobby: Reading EUNICE WILLIAMS R. F. D. Cape Charles, Virginia Nickname: " Tiny " Ambition: " Songster " Favorite Song: " Try Me " Pet Saying: " I Don’t Know Who Told You " Hobby: Playing Basketball WILLIAM WYNDER Cheriton, Virginia Nickname: " Bill " Ambition: Pharmacist Favorite Song: " Try Me " Pet Saying: " Time Will Tell " Hobby: Painting Senior Class Prayer We thank Thee, Almighty God, for Thy help and guidance in reaching this goal in life. We ap¬ preciate the bounties and beauties of Thy nature and realize that man can get from life only those things which he can use and enjoy. We are conscious of our obligations to our God and our nation. We consider our education as a calling and take pride in our achievement. With all the virtues of indepen¬ dence and freedom in thought and action, we are ever mindful of our individual limitations. We beg Thy continued blessings upon us, our parents, our teachers and our country. MEMBERS OF THE 1959 GRADUATING CLASS " Senior Class Will We, the members of the Senior Class of 1959, do hereby publicize our last will and testament. To our Principal and Faculty, we bequest an abundance of gratitude for their patience, courage, and wisdom which has contributed to our presait success and future hopes. To the underclassmen, we leave our loyalty, our determination, and our cooperative spirit, hoping that they will thereby be successful in all their worthwhile efforts. We do severally make the following bequest as a part of this will; Iris Ames wills her strength to Albert Wright. Martha Barnes wills her Government Book to George Reid. Wilhelmenia Smith wills her slim figure to Joyce Smaw. Odessa Griffin wills her height to Mary Johnson. Richard People wills his cheerfulness to William Jones. Mary Satchell wills her hair to Shirley Jones. Margaret Dixon wills her neatness to Violet Spady. Jimmy Brown wills his height to George Reid. Myrtice Patterson wills her shape to Frances Bibbins. Grade Harmon wills her graceful dance steps to Juanita Shockley. Mable Simpkins wills her few extra pounds to Annie Marie Allen. Charlie Smith wills his ability to get along with girls to Theodore Johnson. Winston Church wills his love to Barbara Baker. Franees Starchia wills her height to HeUen Morris. Lena Turner wills her study habits to Gloria Wynder. Irene Boyd wills her stoutness to Annie Marie Allen. Irene Fisher wills her ability to make and keep friends to Ella Mapp. Gertrude Fisher wills her know how to Shirley Spady. Jerome Stanford wills his strength to John Collins. Freddie Giddens wills his football ability to James Smith. William Wynder wills his quietness to Norman Smith. Joyce Harris wills her dancing steps to Viola Beckett. Jacqueline White wills her neatness to Annie Palmer. Moses Poole wills Shirley Sample to John Collins for one semester. Tessie Nottingham wills her small waist linetoHelen Morris. Viannia Sample wills her height to Geraldine Kellam. Lena Giddens wills her hair style to Georgia Spady. Eunice Williams wills her shortness to Juanita Shockley. Mary Collins wills her height to Marion Nottingham. Mary Powell wills her pleasant smile to Marion Nottingham. Doris Carey wills her beautiful legs to Verdell Custis. Joseph Dunton wills Gloria Wynder to Lawerence Satchell. Samuel Nottingham wills the ability to be a Captain to Cecil Baines. Roy Bell wills his smallness to Robert Harris. Nathaniel Cropper wills his good understandings to Alfonso Staten. Alfred Johnson wills his height to Albert Wright. Earl Wescott wills his girl friends to Calvin Jarvis. George Giddens wills his Country Accent to Karey Rowley. Cornelious Spady wills his girl friends to George Reid. Aaron Townsend wills his height to Curlie Smith. Nellie Bell wills her shapely figure to Violet Spady. Melba F oeman wills her nice ways to F annie Rowley. Bertha F inney wills her eyes to F ranees Bibbins. Betty Wescott wills her eyes to Gloria Wynder. Henry Jackson wills his height to Albert Wright. Benjamin Weeks wills his ability to play basketball to Calvin Jarvis. George Thomas wills his height to James Smith. James Jordan wills his singing ability to John Collins. Charles Davis wills his dancing steps to Bobby Custis. Carl Johnson wills his eyes to Joyce Smaw. Earnest Satchell wills his ability to draw to Bobby Custis. Richard Smaw wills his basketball ability to Cecil Baines. Melvin Collins wills his height to Marion Nottingham. William Trower wills his study habits to Curtis Beach. Wilmer Franees wills his ability to get along with others to James Nottingham. Earthly West wills his ability to talk to girls to Timonthy Allen. Mary Morris wills her smallness to Joyce Smaw. Mable Thomas wills her stout¬ ness to Shirley Spady. Alease Sample wills her stoutness to Shirley Spady. Parker Satchell wills his pleasant personality to Curley Smith. Amos Joyner wills his cheerfulness to Curtis Beach. Annie Kellum wills her pleasing personality to Annis Downing. Stella Sample wills her small waist line to Helen Morris. George Parker wills his height to James Smith. Clarence Fitchett wills his politeness to James Coles. Senior Class History In September, 1954, we the class of 1959 entered Northampton County High School and marked the beginning of the Five Year Plan. We were also the second Ei th Grade Class to enter the New School under the New Plan. Our principal, Mr. W. H. Smith, divided us into four sections: A.B.C.D. Our Homeroom teachers were Mrs. B. Vasser, Miss D. M. Turner, Mrs. M. B. Collins, and Mr. A. B. Whitehead. Under these teachers we began our first year’s work with enthusiasm. We were represented in Homecoming Activities by Lucille Harmonson, Vienna Sample, Iris Ames and Betty Wescott. In September, 1955, we began our Freshman year. Our advisors were Mr. A. B, Whitehead, Mr. E. Busch, Jr., and Mrs. B. M. Ervin. We were represented in the Homecoming Activities by Irene Fisher, Margie Beckett, and Bernice Bell. September, 1956, saw us as sophisticated Sophomores. During this year our advisors were Mr. John Cook, Miss D. M. Turner, and Miss L. E. Upshur. We were represented in Homecoming Activities by Lois Williams, Mary Collins, and Irene Boyd. We were unfortunate not to have a graduating class because of the Five Year Plan. In September, 1957, we entered school as Juniors. We were divided into three sections with Miss L. E. Upshur, Miss D. M. Turner, and Miss Cumbers as our advisors. We were represented in Home¬ coming Activities by Margaret Dixon, Mary Collins, and Irene Boyd. The year finally came, September, 1958, when we entered school as “Dignified Seniors.” Ready to advise us were Mr. Odis Kornegay and Mrs. P. D. Friend. Upon reaching this year, we knew that we were another step closer to our goal. We owe this great accomplishment and forward movement to our parents, our principal, and our faculty. To our faculty, we wish to express our grateful appreciation for the help that you have given us in the past so that we might have success in the future. Finally, in the vein of this glorious class history, we are proud to have a good representative number of seniors in the Honor Society. But, we are extremely proud that the following students have been Honor Society members since the society was established at Northampton County High. Those students are Charlie Smith, Wilhelmenia Smith, Gracie Harmon, Freddie Giddens, Wilmer Francis, Alease Sample, Jimmy Brown, and Clarence Fitchett. Poem NOW WE ARE LEAVING Northampton High we now will leave. Carrying with us the things we did achieve. We will develop and never stray, F rom the things we’ve learned during our stay. To you Northampton our love wiU always glow. Because you’ve taught us the things we know. We’ll always cherish till the day we die. The things from you we did acquire. For four years you have sowed our brain To reap the things that we have obtained. Though there are things we know we’ve missed. We are hoping we find love and happiness. Our days with you have almost passed. We hope you’ll always remember our class. We aU say to you. Dear Old Northampton High: Goodbye, Goodbye, Goodbye, Goodbye. Composed by: Jimmy Brown Senior Class Prophecy Good evening Ladies and Gentlemen, this is your Editor of the Latest Edition of the News reporting on all seen and unseen events of the Graduating Class of 1959 in the year of 1969. Now for a b inning: Can you imagine Miss Iris Ames is now in the big business of Hosiery Sale. She is having a special sale this wed with prices one cent a pair. She is trying to move into the big business of being an Actress. Miss Joyce Harris is setting up her New Dress Shop with the help of Mr. Moses Poole as the head salesman. Will she ever make a sale? Miss Martha Barnes has just been admitted to the Bar Association and her first case is Cornelious Spady vs. Carl Johnson. First Degree Murder. Ladies and gentlemen here is a special r ort from WNCHS News Room. Mr. Charlie Smith has just become a professor of Techniques for Girls in Lost Pecos, Nevada. He is getting his advice from Mr. Wilmer Francis and Mr. Earnest Satchell. Miss Jacqueline White has just awaken Miss Myrtice Patterson from one of her dreams. Miss White makes it clear that she is the only girl in George’s life. Misses Gracie Harmon, Irene Boyd, Irene Fisher and Gertrude Fisher have opened their big business on how to get and keep your man. Can you imagine they are getting jealous of one another? The Collins and Collins Company has a “Come In or Stay Out Drive Inn.’’They are making this hit only for the males. Can you imagine it being no one else but Missess Tessie Nottingham, Lena Giddens, and Mary Collins. Now dig this!! “Misses Lena Turner, Mary Morris, and Mary Powell are making a motion picture on how to keep your “Big Mouth Shut.’’ Along with the help of the two greatest, Mary Satchell and F ranees Starchia. Misses Melba Foeman is now giving lessons to her New Unknown F riends. She will be practicing for the next two years. She says the name of her course is “Working Tom.’’The Tomers are no more than Messrs. Winston Church, William Wynder and James Jordan. Mr. Earthly West and Charles Davis are now “Crying A Tear’’because they have lost their girl “Donna.’’ Mr. Clarence Fitchett is saying you two have “Heart Beat’’and are really “Crying Your Tears.’’ Miss Alease Sample who was in the big business of Business Administration is now returing. She feels that she has done her part. She is now turning the business over to Miss Mable Simpkins. Misses Mable Thomas and Nellie Bell are now on the Tour of Alaska, they have made several pic¬ tures of telling how you should be fit for all around sports. Misses Doris Carey, Annie Kellam, Betty Wescott, and Bertha Finney have just returned from an around the world tour, where they claimed the champion women’s wrestling team of the world. You pro¬ bably won’t believe it but Miss Viannia Sample, their referee, got all her hair pulled out, and her assistant Miss Wilhelmenia Smith got knocked out ten times in one round. Miss Margaret Dixon has just fallen madly in love with Mr. Richard Smaw. Miss Dixon claims she is the ideal woman for marriage. She has left tears behind her coming from the eyes of Misses Eunice Williams, Stella Sample, and Odessa Griffin. They are now making their new recording of “Crying In The Chapel.’’ Mr. Jerome Stanford has retired after ten years of raising buzzards for Mr. F reddie Giddens and Aaron Townsend. Mr. Jimmy Brown, the drummer, and Mr. Henry Jackson the leader of their band is now in Washington D. C. playing for the “Unknown Boys Gang.’’ Mr. Samuel Nottingham our great football player is spending the summer in Florida. Mr. Roy Bell, the timekeeper for the “All Brain Team of New York,’’has been offered a job in Ohio, but he is afraid to go. He is getting Amos Joyner to take over his work while he is very ill in the hospital. Mr. Earl Wescott is trying to convince Richard Peoples that being a husband is more than being a play boy. Of course, Richard believe’s him, but if it weren’t for the help of George Thomas tliere would have been a fake out. The two “Big Boppers’’ Joseph Dunton and Parker Satchell are now getting tlieir motion made. Mr. William Trower is askir Alfred Johnson since he has retired from his job of Coach of the All Star Team, would he please let him step in and have a chance so he can get the feeling of being a coach. Mr. Benjamin Weeks our great Basketball Player is now leaving the team, but he hates to. George asked him why did he hate to leave? “I was knocked clean off the team.” Mr. Melvin Collins steps in and says “Well, boys it’s all in the game.” Wen ladies and gentlemen this brings your edition of the news to a close, hope you Kijoyed reading the smashing editions of the latest news around N.CJ1.S. Until the next ten years, pleasant dreams. Senior Class Officers PRESIDENT Charlie Smith CHAPLAIN James Jordan BUSINESS MANAGER VICE-PRESIDENT Freddie Giddens SECRETARY W. A. Smith Class Song The time has come for us to part Dear Old Northampton High W e’U ever hold your standard high Farewell Northampton Higli. n We hate to leave our friaids so dear. Our Teachers, Principal too. For now the time has come to say, F arewell, F arewell, F arewell. Chorus TREASURER Jerome Stanford REPORTER Richard Smaw SERGEANT-AT-ARMS Northampton High, Northampton High Y ou were our earliest Goal And now the time has come To say Goodbye, Northampton High. Composed by: J acqueline White Benjamin Weeks Roy Bell Annual Staff STANDING, LEFT TO RIGHT: Jacqueline White, Literary Editor; James Jordan, Sports Editor; Joyce Harris, Photographic Editor; Roy Bell, Yearbook Sales Manager; Earnest Satchell, Art Editor; Albert Wright, Assistant Editor; William Trower. Production Manager; Richard Smaw, Business Manager. SEATED: Eunice Williams, Alumni Editor; Winston Church, Advertising Sales Manager; Annie Kellam, Social Editor; and F reddie Giddens, Editor-in-Chief. Cheerleaders I ' f iVIhI Senior Superlatives MOST POPULAR Joyce Harris and Benjamin Weeks SMALLEST Eunice Williams and Moses Poole NOISIEST Tessie Nottingham and Charlie Smith BEST LOOKING Iris Ames and Benjamin Weeks BEST COUPLE Joyce Harris and Moses Poole KINDEST Jacqueline White and Williams Wynder Not Shown: BEST CITIZENS.Joyce Harris and Earnest Satchell BEST DRESSED.Frances Starchia and Charlie Smith TALLEST.Viannia Sample and Benjamin Weeks BEST SINGER.Eunice Williams and James Jordan BEST DANCER.Joyce Harris and Charles L. Davis BEST ATHLETE.Eunice Williams and Benjamin Weeks MOST UNCOOPERATIVE. . Tessie Nottingham and William Trower NEATEST.Mary Collins and Roy Bell LARGEST. Mable Simpkins and Joseph Dunton SHORTEST. Mary Morris and Richard Smaw BEST SPEAKER. Odessa Griffin and Charlie Smith BEST PERSONALITY. Lena Turner and Richard Smaw MOST SERIOUS. Martha Barnes and Wilmer Francis W-W-i tossatei: IV- r- r -). ' -. , ■ - r. ' ' -• ■, , «Ai ' ' -■ iifciaf ' ■ ' j ' syr ' wr-’ • v K v‘ifc. ■ ' • ‘♦7, - . V . ' • 1 ■ i ■: 6 P , V % , • ( ' _ « ■; . • ' - ' • il; ' I , • ' a » " L‘ ‘ ‘ " V l»v -- . " V - . -■ ' . ' ■ ' V i . ' ■■■’- ' J.- ■ •■’A-■ ' rTV ' rf ■• ' ? ' " • 7- ’ ■: ■ 5rSf . ' ■ ■■ " " ' ' v-i..fftBi ' . ' rr - « - ■ . ■ .., ' V ' -‘W -V BTC-Ai-.- r ’6r. .■» , x ..A,t, J ,1 iiH ' 1. T; ' . • ' V. -■ r. ‘v: ' 5 ' v i ■• , ■ -. ii,. « :v r;-.y ■■ t ,M-s .; :; . -.-•jf;. i;i 1 •; ■ y:- ' w 85 .:--y -- ' - ' ii • -.: " ■ ■ ■.■■•-- " ' oav ' . ' r “ . T • " l iJ S ' - .■■ . : I ..W ' - ' ■ V V. • " . ' ' y 4- ' . ' ' ' " ' 2 i : 7r;v.- v ...■■ • . »■ ' 5r . A ;: ' ■ ’- ’ ' Vi y--v ' ' V-- ; . . ' - . ' • V • ■ •» 4 » ' ' - ■ ' , ' - JS - " ' 1 ' -• 4 •A % m .» ' WTl T’Sbjf t. Junior A Class Cl ass Officers PRESIDENT Mildred Upshur BUSINESS MANAGER VICE-PRESIDENT Albert Wright SECRETARY Annie M. Allen TREASURER Frances Bibbins CHAPLAIN We, the members of llA Section, entered the North¬ ampton County High School in September 1958 with hopes of success. Under the supervision of our Homeroom Teacher, Miss Barber, we are looking forward to better things this year. We were well represented in the Homecoming Act¬ ivity by Viola Beckett. We say to the members of the Senior Class, “Strive to do your best and make your life a successful one.” Helen Morris Albertine Treheme Junior B Class Cl ass Officers PRESIDENT VICE-PRESIDENT Theodore Johnson ASSISTANT SECRETARY Myrtis Ames SECRETARY Juanita Shockley TREASURER Winston Nottingham We, the members of the Junior B Class entered Northampton County High School in September of 1958, for the fourth time. We were very happy to have Mrs. E. S. McCuller as our Homeroom Instructor and we are working very hard to reach our goals. We were also fortunate to have Miss Willie Mae Bell as second place to Miss Homecoming and Miss Joyce Smaw for our Miss May Day representative. To the Graduation Class of ’59, we wish for you the very best of everything and we are happy that you will leave us “The Light House’’ to follow. Ruth Rogers Junior C Class Class Officers PRESIDENT Delois Nottingham CHAPLAIN SECRETARY Gloria Wynder TREASURER Shirley Sample BUSINESS MANAGER John V. Collins We, the members of the Junior C Class entered this school term with an earnest will to succeed. We have strived towards this goal with die aid and council of our Home¬ room Teacher Mrs. B. M. Ervin, to whom we owe a great debt of gratitude. To the members of the Graduating Class of 1959 we extend our best wishes for success. We hope that you strive for and obtain the better things in life. Mary Johnson Snaps ' .- _ i..y i t- .a ■’ - • ,. . - -V.v.i-v • ■, ’. ' ■. ' -Nlf - _ i I » - ft - ■.:1 i. 1 JT ' i ■ s V_ 4 . - ' t . : ' i . . ' ll • ♦. ... tjv Sophomore A Class Cl ass Officers PRESIDENT Bessie Burrows VICE-PRESIDENT SECRETARY AI vis Rogers Beatrice Turner Gloria Spady BUSINESS MANAGER We, the members of the Sophomore A Section came to this school on the second day of September to further create our skill and understandings. Under the supervision of Miss L. E. Upshur, we are eager to discover these “unknows” and to make our¬ selves intelligent. Mary Rowley, our Homecoming Contestant for 1958, worked hard with our class to represent us. We wish the members of the 1959 Graduating Class much success in their under¬ takings and as they move towards their goals, may they leave a light for us to follow. Dorothy Baines Sophomore B Class Cl ass Officers PRESIDENT VICE-PRESIDENT Leonard Spady BUSINESS MANAGER James Moses SECRETARY Carrie Weeks TREASURER Margie Stevens We, the members of the Sophomore B Class, entered the Northampton County High School in September 1958 for the third time, under the supervision of our home¬ room teacher, Miss Turner. She has worked faithfully with us in all of our activities. We are striving towards the better things in life. We were represented in the homecoming activities by Ann Giddens, and as our May Queen contestant we have selected Delores Wilkins. To the Graduating Class of 1959, we wish you much success in your undertakings. L, Satchell Sophomore C Class Cl ass Officers PRESIDENT James Baker VICE-PRESIDENT Ellen Goodwyn TREASURER Cleveland Smith SECRETARY Mable Hallett CHAPLAIN BUSINESS MANAGER We, the members of Sophomore C Class entered North¬ ampton County High School with great determination that we one day would be leaving Northampton High. Under the guidance of Miss J. Cumber we presented our Homecoming Contestant Mable Hallett and our May Day Contestant J annie P atterson. We wish the Graduating Class of 1959 much luck and success in their chosen fields. Leonard Smith Elizabeth Loftland Sophomore D Class Cl ass Officers CHAPLAIN SERGEANT -AT -ARMS We, the members of Sophomore D Section, enrolled in the Northampton County High School in 1958. We were represented in the Homecoming Activity by Ester Kates, and in May Day by Sarah Rowley. Under the supervision of Mr. Burton, we are devoting our time to learning how to live with ourselves and with others. We wish the members of the 1959 Graduation Class much success in their every undertaking and as they move towards their goals, may they leave a light for us to follow. Otho Smith Lorenzo Thomas i •■ ' .. I I I - .. •- ••• v::V ;V -;:;f-.. - ' iSSKws I ' ' ' %•.•, :•. • • v ' « ' .’-. ' -’ ., ' • ’ ' ’-’ ■ , , rt, ;,l;,v;;;,.S;; -Tv -.V r . ‘ ' . ?. 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' iJwif - ' ■ .wkaJI ' .Y «. " || II ' ' dl lKMfl : ' ?% i: Freshman A Class PRESIDENT VICE-PRESIDENT SECRETARY TREASURER Lucy Thompson Walter Sample Audrey Wright Jeanette Baines CHAPLAIN SERGEANT-AT-ARMS On September 3, 1957, we entered Nortlr amp ton County High School as Eighth Graders. During our first year, we progressed rapidly under the supervision of Mrs. M. S. Greene, our Homeroom Teacher. This year we entered as the F reshman A Class under the guidance of Mr. T. W, Brickhouse. Our representative for “Miss Homecoming” was Audrey Wright. Gladys Sample is our May Queen representative. We, the members of Freshman A Class, wish the Graduating Class ofl959 much success in all of their endeavors. Jeanette Reid Daniel Smith Freshman B Class Cl ass Officers PRESIDENT Alfred Johnson VICE-PRESIDENT SECRETARY Chester Trower Carolyn Fitchett TREASURER Mattie Rawlings CHAPLAIN BUSINESS MANAGER We, the members of 9B Section, enrolled at N.C.H . on September 3, 1958, with Mr. Edward Busch, Jr., as our Homeroom Teacher. Since that time we have participated in several school activities. We are looking forward to our annual May Day activity. Miss Alice Sample is our representative. To the members of the Graduation Class of 1959, we wish you much success in the future. Ins Downs James Spady Freshman C Class Class Officers PRESIDENT I I James Gunter I ASSISTANT SECRETARY VICE-PRESIDENT Lena Church SECRETARY TREASURER Cora Upshur Helen Harmon CHAPLAIN We, the members of the Freshman C Class started out this year as striving freshmen with hope and success in mind. Patricia Taylor was our Miss Homecoming Contestant. We are extremely happy to have selected Christine Ames as our May Queen contestant. To the members of the Graduation Class of 1959, we hope that each of you may find happiness and success in the future. Corrine Smith Percell Nottingham Freshman D Class Cl ass Officers PRESIDENT VICE-PRESIDENT SECRETARY TREASURER Thomas Giddens Charles Sample Joyce Spady Charles Matthews CHAPLAIN SERGEANT-AT-ARMS We, the members of Freshman D Class, entered North¬ ampton County High School as Eighth Graders with Mrs. E. F. Morris as our homeroom Adviser. We entered North¬ ampton with very anxious faces, but within our hearts we were determined to do our best. As freshmen, with a new homeroom adviser Mr. J. B. Cook, we are striving towards better things in life. To our 1959 Graduating Class we extend our best wishes and we trust you will seek higher goals. Minnie Rowley Milton Christain ' . s :■■ ••’.• ' . ■? . • ' ' ’■ ' ‘ ' v. ' - ' -V.- ' V ■■• - • - » V • .W- ' ' if- - - - ■• . ' — - ?? -• ■■ ■•-. V ,v..- . vT- - r- ' • . • ,,. -■ r.. . V: V- " . v .r -V:-,-Vi. ' : v A- , . ' ► ' •. ' ' :- iil - •%.. li. ' w I .- - ■■ •-• ’‘ ' ' ' ' v • v- ' v- -- ■ ■— ■■■ » 4 r- eC ■ ■ " • 3 X‘ - ' ’i " - ■ ■ V v: Vr ' ll ‘t. • ' A ' r . ■n :3 -f ' ’ . " ’ f I- ■ r ,. ■• ' w, - , . ' -j ' • £:■;■ - . t ' ■ - f • - .w ■w . i Eighth Grade A Class PRESIDENT Class Officers SECRETARY TREASURER t ■I BUSINESS MANAGER I ' Mignon Holland Dottie White Willie Lee Jacqueline Johnson CHAPLAIN We, the members of the Eighth Grade A Class, entered the secondary level of our educational career at Northampton County High School on September 2, 1958. Under the guidance of our Homeroom teacher, Miss M. Downing, we are looking forward to a profitable school year. To the members of the Graduating Class of 1959, we wish you much success in your life’s career and hope that you will reach tlie highest goal obtainable. Josophine James Eighth Grade B Class Cl ass Officers PRESIDENT Andrea Downing CHAPLAIN VICE-PRESIDENT SECRETARY Mary Sessoms Nina Sample TREASURER Dorothy James We, the members of Eight B Class, entered Northampton County High School on September 2, 1958 under the supervision of Mr. Verdell Adair. Since that time we have been very successful in our efforts to participate in the school’s program. In the school’s annual Homecoming and May Day activities, we were represented by Bernice Mitchell and Barbara Wynder, respectively. To the Graduating Class of 1959, we extend our best wishes for a very success¬ ful future. Johnie Williams Eighth Grade C Class I Cl ass Offi cers VICE-PRESIDENT i ( SECRETARY Goldie Upshur TREASURER Edmonin Satchell SERGEANT -AT -ARMS Albert Holden Nathaniel Edwards ASSISTANT SECRETARY CHAPLAIN We, the members of the Eigjith Grade C Section enrolled at the Northampton County High School on September 2, 1958, with Mr. Kirby Wright as our Homeroom Teacher. For our Homecoming Festivities we were represented by Miss Edmonia SatcheU, and for May Day we will be represented by Miss Maeozella Bright. To the members of die Graduating Class of 1959, we wish you much success in the future in your every under¬ taking. Maeozell Bright Joan Williams Eighth Grade D Class Cl ass Officers PRESIDENT Ollie Kates CHAPLAIN VICE-PRESIDENT Robert Sample SECRETARY Cornelus Starchia TREASURER Brenda Bailey BUSINESS MANAGER We, the members of the Eighth D Class entered North¬ ampton County High School on September 2, 1958, with very anxious faces. Mrs. M. B. Collins was assigned as our Homeroom Teacher to help us to accomplish these ends. We are extremely happy that Ethel Spady of the 8-D Class was Miss Homecoming for Northampton County High. To the members of the 1959 Graduating Class, we ex¬ tend our best wishes for success in the future: Barbara Collins Josephine Dean Eighth Grade E Class Cl ass Officers 1 mmis SSSi® fi-SS .-. ' iff I ■ j i ' i I; j ' !; :l I PRESIDENT Margaret Sample BUSINESS MANAGER VICE-PRESIDENT Jeffery Turner SECRETARY Walton Mendoza TREASURER Delois Wynder SERGEANT-AT-ARMS We, the Eighth E Class, entered Northampton County High School September 2, 1958. We were assigned to Mrs. E. U. Jones as Homeroom Adviser. During the third week we organized our class and began to strive diligently to uphold the standards of our school. We were represented in the Homecoming Activities by Miss Margaret Sample, who was runner up. To the Seniors, we wish much happiness in the future. Blanche Simpkins Dublin Jones ' ' - ' ' , mg « • XT L A-v! ' . ■- ' ■ »u flr :. . - T ♦ " 4 i ’ - r -f - ' ' ’ i IV .4 i v v . w, a S : ? -- :- o- : v, . ;jJi ■ - - , ..■: V " ® ' ‘ - ■ ?-- - . ' ' 7j •- - « f ii r fcr- -f ' 3 y. ' i ■ ' ' - ' r . _ ■ k?M-- - .,»’ v -vi. ■V V ■• •- - ' - ., ■ - .. - -.a - . J. -. ;i. I vvAr,. _V V • : « ' - .f - x ' it) ( f 7 • A: i, ' y ' -af A: . ' , .:■ ■ ' V c . 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V, ' t. » New Farmers Of America The members of the N.F.A, Chapter are very proud of the members of the Graduating Class who have served as officers, chairman of committees and as representatives for the chapter at various gatherings. Our Chapter has progressed because each of you placed your “EXPLORER” into orbit with its transmitters giving forth new ideas and suggestions for a better chapter. To the members of the Graduating Class of 1959, we extend our best wishes for your success in your every endeavor as you go through life. N.F.A. Chapter Officers The N.F.A. Chapter Officers, STANDING, LEFT TO RIGHT: George Parker, Chaplain;Samuel Nottingham, Reporter; Alfred Dunton, Watchman; George Giddens, Parliamentarian; Amos Joyner, As¬ sistant Secretary; Earl Wescott, Historian; C. N. Williams, Adviser. KNEELING: Jerome Stanford, President; Joseph Dunton, Watchman; Richard Srnaw, Vice-President; Freddie Giddens, Treasurer; Charles Davis, Secretary; and Cornelious Spady, Song Leader. Science Club The Science Club was organized September 9, 1958. Its objectives are to acquaint the group with scientific principles and laws and to provide a medium through which each individual may secure ex¬ perience in research and other investigations. The officers of this clus are; Charlie Smith, President; Ellen Goodwyn, Vice-President; Gracie Harmon, Secretary; Lummie Morris, Assistant Secretary; Al¬ fonso Walker, Treasurer; and Mrs. E. U. Jones, Adviser. Student Publication The Student Publication was organized in September 1956 with the following aim: To develop and encourage ideals through journalistic activities. We the members of this organization will try to gather news that will be of great interest to the student body, faculty, and community readers. The staff members for 1958-59 are: Marion Nottingham, Editor; Fannie Rowley, Wilmer Francis, Freddie Giddens, Ellen Goodwyn, Carolyn Ayres, Clara Upshur, Jacquelyn White, Percell Nottingham, Audrey Wright and Martha Barnes. Mathematic Club The Mathematic Club was organized October 28. 1958 with Mrs. B. M. Collins as club sponsor. The purpose of this club shall be to broaden and deepen the interest of its members in mathematics, to increase knowledge of the subject, and to pass on to others an appreciation of the values and beauties of ftie subject. To the Graduating Class of 1959 we wish you much success in all your undertakings. The officers of the Mathematic Club are: Charlie Smith, President; Theodore Johnson, Vice-Presi¬ dent; and Annie Allen, Secretary-Treasurer. Le Circle France is Le Circle Francais began functioning immediately after the opening of the school year. We believe to be seeking our objectives and accomplishing tliem with little difficulty. The purpose of the club is to acquaint ourselves with France and to increase our knowledge of the French people. Our objectives for the year are: 1. To purchase French dictionaries. 2. To correspond witli French pupils. 3. To learn French songs and games 4. To sponsor our Annual French Ball. The officers are: Jimmie Brown, President; Winston Nottingiiam, Vice-President; W. Smith. Se¬ cretary; Richard People. Treasurer; John CoUins, Business Manager. Honor Society The “Nu Eta Sigma” better known as the Honor Society was organized at the beginning of 1957. This organization is composed of students with high scholastic abilities. The Honor Society was organized to help students to obtain higher averages. To the Graduating Class of 1959, we extend our heartiest congratulations and sincere wishes for a prosperous future. The officers of this Honor Society are: President, Charlie Smith; Vice-President, Ruth Rogers; Secretary, Mildred Upshur; Chaplain, Cora Upshur; and Parliamentarian, Wilmer Francis. English Club On October 13, 1958, the English Club was organized under the supervision of Miss M. B. Downing and Mrs. P. D. Friend. One of the main projects of the English Club is to render a “Tutoring Service” for the benefit of those students who are deficient in the grammatical fundamentals of the English Language. e are going to work diligently to make this a successful club. To the Graduating Class of 1959, we wish you success and good fortune. The officers of the English Club are: Chester Trower, President; Clara Upshur, Secretary; Connie Upshur, Treasurer; Carol Johnson, Parliamentarian; and Joyce Richardson, Business Manager. Safety Patrol Club The School Safety Patrol Club is designed to protect the students riding the school busses. There are many other duties that the Patrol Club perform inside the school building and on the play grounds. The Patrol Club members are selected with the hope that they will set an example for the student body. The officers are as follows: Cornelious Spady, President; Richard Smaw, Secretary; Wilmer Francis, Treasurer; Charles Sample, Chaplain; Winston Nottingham, Captain; Chester Trower, Lieutenant. Bus Drivers STANDING, LEFT TO RIGHT: Mr. Clarence Joyner. Mr. Isaac Thompson, Mr. Johnnie Watts, and Mr. Jerome Stanford. KNEELING: Mr. George Treherne, Mr. Charles Wescott, Mr. James Johnson, Mr. James Jordan, and Mr. David Bailey. Chorus The Northampton County High School Chorus, under the supervision of Mr. Edward Busch, Jr., and assisted by Mrs E. U. Jones, has been makii rapid progress again this year. The Chorus represented this county at the Bi-County Teachers Meeting at this school. The Choir presented a Christmas Con¬ cert entitled “Christmas by Candlelight” by Frederic Fay Swift. Our Officers are: President, Albert Wright; Vice-Presid t, Catherine Arnold; Secretary, Grade Harmon; Assistant Secretary, Wilhelmenia Smith; Treasurer, John Collins; Chaplain, Mildred Upshur; Librarian, Franees Bibbins and Cora Upshur. Our special congratulations go out to the seniors who have worked so faithfully with this organization. To all members of the Graduating Class of 1959, we extend our best wishes for a successful career. N.C.H.S. Band The N.C.H.S. Band was organized at the beginning of 1956. Inasmuch as it is a new organization, we were faced with many problems. Despite these facts, the band has done a good job. The band has made several appearances and has appeared with the Chorus in its previous concerts. The members of the Band extends to the Graduates of 1959, the best wishes for a successful future. Dramatic Club The Dramatic Club was organized in 1948 under the direction of Mrs. Poole and Miss Turner. Durii our four years we have presented different plays for the assembled student body and friends. This year we welcome our new supervisor Miss Drewery who recently became Mrs. Friend. The main objective of the “Little Theater,” usually called the Dramatic Club is to develop within the students an interest in dramatics and to provide entertainment for the public. To each of the Seniors: We hope each of you will reach your goal and leave a light for us to follow. Library Club The Library Club, a service organization is a recognized activity of modern school programs. It is considered to be a volunteer group of pupils who have common interest centering around the library. Our club was organized in 1956. The twenty-nine members of us say: To the Graduating Class, ‘‘Knowledge is power,” so strive diligently to obtain it. New Homemakers Of America Congratulations to the Graduating Class of 1959. You have reached another milestone in your march towards the achievement of your goals. May you have happiness and success in the greater world in which you will be a part. May you ever keep before you the closing lines of our Creed: “If there is harmony and love in the home, There will be justice in the Nation. If there is justice in the Nation There will be Peace in the world.” NHA Chapter Officers OFFICERS, LEFT TO RIGHT: Mrs. F. T. Allen, Chapter Mother; Lena Turner, Treasurer; Jannie Patterson, Reporter; Deloris Carpenter, Assistant Historian; AnnieKellam,Historian; Mrs. I. J. Williams, Adviser; Shirley Mitchell, Assistant Secretary; Ann Giddens, Song Leader; Iris Ames, Secretary; Ger¬ trude Fisher, Parliamentarian; Violet Spady, Vice-President; Myrtice Patterson, President; Mrs. A. J. Godwin, Chapter Mother. NHA Chapter Advisors The Northampton Chapter of New Homemakers of America. ADVISERS, LEFT TO RIGHT: Mrs. F. T. Allen, Chapter Mother; Mrs. I. J. Williams, Chapter Adviser; Mrs. A. J. Godwin, Chapter Mother. Social Studies Club The Social Studies Club was organized under the direction of Mr. K. Wright on November 5, 1958. The purpose of the club is to get the student body more interested in Social Studies and to encourage them to develop new ideas. Club Officers VICE-PRESIDENT SECRETARY PRESIDENT Ellen Goodwyn D. Nottingham Came Weeks REPORTER PARLIAMENTARIAN Margie Stevens Nancy Kenny Homecoming Activity HOMECOMING ACTIVITIES Miss Homecoming of 1958, Miss Ethel Spady, was crowned by our Principal, Mr. Smith, before a cheering crowd of students, alumni and visitors on November 7, 1958. Miss Spady was escorted by Charlie Smith, Senior Class President. The eventful day was climaxed with our annual Homecoming Dance where Miss Homecoming and her attendants were honored. PICTURED ABOVE, LEFT TO RIGHT: Willie Mae Bell, Ethel Spady, Miss Homecoming, and Margaret Sample. Cafeteria Staff Mrs. Sallie Seaton, Manager; Mrs. Margaret Wynder, Mrs. Emma S Baker, Miss Ann Wilkins. Football Squad 1959 Season’s Record: won four and lost two. FRONT ROW: Cecil Baines, Alfonso Staten, James Jordan, Robert Mitchell, Aaron Townsend, Bobby Custis, Co-Captain; Samuel Nottingham, Captain; Corn- elious Spady, John Collins, George Giddens. SECOND ROW: Jimmy Brown, Karey Rowley, Carl Johnson, Matthew Smith, Robert Harris, Richard Smaw, Freddie Giddens, James Nottingham, Charles Davis. THIRD ROW: Mr. Odis Kornegay, Assistant Coach; James Morefield, William Roselle, Tucker Spady, William Jackson, Robert Satchell, George Reid, Curley Smith, Cleveland Smith, Mr. R. L. Burton, Coach. FOURTH ROW: Albert Wright, Manager; Charlie Smith, Manager; Calvin Stevens, Alvis Rogers, Thomas Sample, Lor iso Thomas, Milton Baines, Calvin Jarvis, and Charlie Starchia, Trainer. Varsity Basketball The V.I.A.L. Group 11 Easter District Champions. Won eigliteen and lost four. FRONT ROW: Albert Wright, Trainer; Wilmer Francis, Richard Smaw, James Nottingliam, George Reid, Mr. R. L. Burton, Coach. SECOND ROW: Moses Mapp, George Parker, Alfonso Walker, Alfonso Staten, Clarence Weeks, George Giddens. THIRD ROW: Mr. K. Wriglit, Coach; Roy Bell, Scorekeeper; Charlie Smith, John Collins, Benjamin Weeks, Captain; Calvin Jarvis, and Charlie Starchia, Trainer. Girls Basketball The girls’ basketball team has become one of the most popular organizations in the school. Thus ending its 57-58 season with a four won and five lost record. FRONT ROW: Catherine Arnold, Co-Captain; Mary Rowley, Eunice Williams, Ellen Goodwyn, Delois Nottingham, Juanita Shockley, Captain. SECOND ROW: Shirley Spady, Fannie Rowley, Betty Carter, THIRD ROW: Mary Johnson, Scorekeeper; Ella Mapp, Mary Baines, Carrie Weeks, Gloria Wynder, Miss J. Cumber, Coach. Dance Group SEATED: Moses Mapp and Shirley Sample. STANDING: Eunice Williams, Anne Giddens, Mary Johnson, Ruth Rogers, Otho Smith, Thomas Collins, Joyce Harris, Georgia Spady, Marion Nottingham and Gloria Kates. Thi s Dance Group is under the supervision of Miss Juanita Cumber, Physical Edu¬ cation Instructor. Girls’ Athletic Association The Girls Athletic Association, under the supervision of Miss Juanita Cumbers, has been increasing rapidly this year. It was organized to encourage the girls in all phases of the physical education program, to promote good scholarship and school spirit, to establish the idea of health, and to develop a true spirit of sportsmanship in all of its members. W e are proud of the interest and cooperation that our members have shown and the patience of our adviser. Our special congratulations go to those seniors who have worked so faithfully with this organization. The officers of this organization are: Gracie Harmon, President; Irene Fisher, Secretary; Glora Wynder, Recorder; Mildred Upshur, Publicity Chairman. Girls’ P.E. 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