Stovall High School - Memories Yearbook (Stovall, NC)

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' 4 ., , A ,L ,.,, , W .,. , wg f.1-72 ,MW ,Xa YV Q '-" 1 1' ' , gggkft Ay 1 ' f.1.jM3 ',. ,'r'-' ,M V 1 N, ,, .nw 4, ,va A 42 Y1'-4, -a,,1-,U 5' 1 1.5 '-,'xi"5 iffy jf-if'ff5,'Q?gi,g'1 - 1. 'M " , I-"w-1:I"'A'1"ff' 'Y""31Q','1 .--Ap. Q. 5 gn' .1" fifs ,Q L 15'-' -ff., ' ' 1' 1 ,--,, 11 .:: " .-,inf . -L ,.,.1 111.5- 'f'.'- 5 -,I 'Tf'1"xf'-1 1'r fn1"11 11 A " .uf-1' 1 'K'fIj1 ,,.T f Q 1.1,x .x-5 nn rw ,n.1.nu A LETTER FROM gigs rm NCIPAL To Parents: Attendance at school has been very good this year except for a few days. Many pupils, of course, have not been absent a day. On the other hand, a few have stayed out of school en- tirely too much. Poor attendance is one of the chief causes of poor grades and lack of interest in school on the pupil's part. As you probably know, the number of teachers in the school depends upon the number of pupils in school each day and not the number enrolled. We lost one teacher in the elementary school this year and unless we have unusually good attendance of pupils enrolled We stand to lose another next school year. Won't you help to keep your school up to its present stan- dards by not only keeping your children in school regularly, as most of you are doing, but by urging anyone else not so careful as you are to have their children come every day ? Help to build sentiment for as near perfect attendance as possible. And if you know of any child who misses school for'no good reason, Won't you report it ? l The teachers will thank you for your continued cooperation. - Very truly yours, E.R. Perry, Principal qv rigs- n xi 'I X H 1 Nfl ,My J vt F I T 9 4 -1 , Hn 3115! I .-V '4f'1.f, '. .WI-few : as -rin rv' 5 f-o5 'g3' wf . ,' 1 1 :N 0' .f'1!i, J. N' ' ' 51 'p3f5?'fWf Q l -fl' I' glrf' mt 1 .3-Yi. 'W . .gjaafi M A -fa: -- 'Mins' K GQ f -Mgr? 'BW ':.:':11V'+,fg-Q 11 '9,,'f1',f 4.,g,5fq?f50F I Aff! 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Q Miss Lorena Averette A S T H E E D I T O R S S E E I T HOW WILL I BE ABLE TO HELP IU STOVALL HIGH SCHOOL IN 1959-40 In order to help in Stovall High School during l959-40, I cooperate with my teachers must and classmates. Also I must take a great interest in my classes, clubs and other activities for, without this interest, my thought good would wonder far away. What do these thoughts of what is go- ing on outside help my school? In athletics it would never do for me to play for self-glory, for one person can not win the game along or single-handed. However, -2- with the cooperation of other players much can be done to carrv the game to a happy ending. If I should loose in some of my ac- tivities, I would try and show others that Stovall can be as good a looser as winner. Let us then strive for other improvements in our school, but at the same time try to improve and keep what we already have. Jo Simpson WHY INTEREST SHOULD DE CREATED BETWEEN THE PARENTS AND THE TEACHERS A community that responds with wide awake interest to a parent-teacher organization has made a great achievement. This community is having its progres- sive intelligence which benefits not only themselves but their children and the principal and of their school. In this teachers organization which is composed of parents and teachers a dis- cussion of problems of the school is stated. P.T.A. projects, such as buying literature for the high school and grammar grades, proves very helpful. A new interest is aroused and created between parents and teachers. So often a parent nnsjudges a teacher, and a teacher a student, whereas parents should know their sons or daughters as they are known as students, and principals and teachers should know their stu- dents as their parents know them as sons and daughters, Let us urge our parents to attend these meetings with eager enthusiasm, not only for their sake, but for ours. Surely the people who in- fluence us greatly as our parents and teachers do, should know each other. H A definite aim is an important factor in winning any battle.N A 1 gy A I 'Ms M .MJ if rw' lil , . - M ,Q 1 1 w. -AI" "T, L . 1' I in wi . .X ,, ,4 ' - ' 3 wifi' ,,-"if 5 I .- r A.. mid ' A' ' 'lg N' ,, ,.,.',.,, ,!,, , V Y" :,'. pg, lp!! 405 3. ,V , , 1 . 5' ' ?,.!.. A p " " ' 1. I 1 sn- ,wk-, fbi, v -, 0 ' Y. 5 -1 ., ,i. , f ,, -wvff: "M H.-.1 1 H' W- ' f-' , 4 f -A 'v 4 . A N '. ' I - 1 v y w . ' . Ju, 4 M ' X- c v 4 . .V ' 1 ' . ,,. 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As students we should get the real nschool spiritn, and fry to make the very best out of school, instead of doing as little worn as possible to just get by with. Certainly there would he less failures and more cooperation among our friends, schoolmates, and teach ers. Cooperation is the will- ingness of a person to work together in :he alt of every day life. I. will help us to improve our physical education, and develop a happy healthy and sound oodyq Every student -. A6 real spirit of coming to school, and make use should get of his every opportunity, so tha: our future work, as well as our present,work will be successful. Eloise Raynor ,Assistant Editor nlt takes a lifetime to build up a good reputationg it may be lost in a momentqn -3- COOPEEATIOI Lots of times we become discouraged with our school work. We should then stop to think of our parents who are thinking of our future, hoping we will make a success of our lives. The students of Stovall School are cooperative workers. Our parents may be proud of the attitude of the boys and girls of this school. With few exceptions, there is a complexe- cooperative atmosphere about the school, and this could not exist if the students themselves did not feel the responsibilities of school citizenship to a marked degree. This, it must be concluded, reflects the attitude of the parents in the homes from which the boys and girls come. Such a situation is a tribute to the home life of the community, and makes much more pleasant the work of the teachers in our school.. '. All in all, the situation in the Stovall School will be a healthy one with the con- tinued cooperation of our parents and faculty. There is every reason to look forward to an increasingly successful school year. Certainly it is a fact that this cooperation is very necessary to the success- ful attainment of the aims of our school. Ruby Guthrie Editor IITRODUCIHG THE NEW TEACHERS Four new teachers have boon added to the faculty of Stovall School- We welcome them whole-ncartcdly to our community and to our school. Whether they icach you or not, wc fo-l thet you should know them. So one of our reporters armed with a note book, a pencil, and a speech strong enough to make the timid talk, advanced upon them to ask some questions. This is what we asked: l. Where are you from? 2. From what college did you graduate? Degree? 5. Where did you teach before coming to Stovall? . What do you teach here? 4 2. How do you like Stovall School? . What is your hobby? And this is what they answer- ed. MISS PETE HILL l. Sanford, N.C. I ElCsTgC4, GTG-jnvilleb Brace, AQBQ 2 5. I only graduated last spring. 4. Eighth grade general mathema- tics, geometry, United States History, and European History. 5. I have enjoyed my six weeks in Stovall High School very much. While you are taking mathema- tics and history from me I am taking my favorite course --- a study in human nature, from you. 6. Collecting poetry. MISS RUTH PARKER 1. George, North Carolina. 2. E.C.T.C., High School A.B. Degree. 5. This is my first year of teach ing. 4. Science. 5. I like Stovall School fine. 6. Collecting odd pictures. MISS RENNIE LASSITER l. Jackson, North Carolina. 2. E.C.T.C. 5. This is my first year of teach ing. 4. Home Economics. 5. I like Stovall School very much and I am very pleased with my department and work. MISS CLARA HALES l. Pikeville, North Carolina. . Meredith College. . Thomasville, North Carolina. . Second Grade. . I like Stovall School very much. 6. Movies. 2 5 4 5 -If-X-it--Ji-Di-X--BGB!-X-it-X-if-X-it SCHOOL NEWS First Grade - Miss E. Stovall Working and Entertaining Anne Bigger had a birthday party the sixth of October. We played many games, then we gave her a cake with seven yellow candles on it. We enjoyed the party very much. We went for a walk a few days ago. At this time we got different kinds of leaves. We are learning the names of them, and are going to learn some poems about them. We have had a good time draw ing black cats and jack-o'lantern for Halloween. Reporters: Billy Oakes Anne Bigger First Grade - Mrs. Wilson Health and Happiness We are trying to make a toy store and we hope to learn to know the different pieces of money and to make change. Br. Stephens showed us a very interesting picture about our teeth, which will help us to remember to eat the right kind of food in order to have good teeth. Reporters: Betty Blackwell Joyce Peoples -M59-Ubi!-K-99-Wit--li--31-if-it--BK-91' V The fearless heart usually -4, companions a calm spiritn 1" 4: X' 'Ur '7' A 'f1U7' 1"?ffEfJ!" 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Halloween is nearly here, and we are getting ready for it. We have made some witches, black cats and jack o'lanterns. Also, we will read some Halloween stor- ies. We may add that we have perfect attendance today. Reporters: Christine Beale Sonny Williams around the flowers to held the moisture. Fourth Grade Herbert Matthews, Jr. had a tobacco crop this year. He went to the market Wednesday to sell it. Herbert stood by his pile of tobacco and the warehouseman said to the buyers, nCome on and help this little boy.U The tobacco brought 22.20. With this Herbert put half in the bank and bought clothes with the rest. The fourth grade went on a walk Wednesday. We saw twenty one different kinds of trees and Second and Third Grade-Miss Royster brought back a leaf from each We have had two P.T.A. meet- ings since school started this year, and we have won the aqua- rium both times for having the most parents. During this month, we have made an October border of autumn leaves. We have also studied about the leaves. We have studied the Indians and drawn pictures by which to make a comparsion of our country now and the country at the time when the white men first came over here. Reporters: Yvonne Blackwell Jane Cutt s Third Grade A Flower Box and A Safety Club We have organized a safety club in our room. Lucille Boyd is president. We talk about the safety on the play ground as well as in our room. We stress cross- ing the street as we go down town. Wednesday afternoon, Miss Hobgood took us to see the show about Daniel Boone. We enjoyed it very much. In our room we have a beauti ful flower box. We turned our sand table into one. We went on a field trip and found moss to go one. We found ten plants, but the moss was prettiest of all. Some of the boys saw a green snake and killed it. We gave it to the science room, Everyone had a nice time and we would like to go again soon. Reporters: Audrey Bigger Dennis McGhinnis Fifth erase A coed start A We organized a reading club at the first of the Year. Those elected were: Marion Winston, President, Stuart Cutts, Vice President, Margaret Grissom, Score tary and Program Committee, Jacqueline Williams, Margaret Perry and Jessie Lumpkins. We are planning to give an assembly program Wednesday October 25. This year we hope to do many things. We want to read a lot of books, draw and paint, make booke lets, have spelling matches, gd on field trips and other things. We have made an October border with some leaves that we drew. A few of us drew pictures instead of leaves. James Thomas drew a picture of King John. We -5- , . . , w , 1 I I..,rl - w+ 'w.I.1- .uf 5:5f:J:J4,:i'::x,5w r iq! Us - . : 'w ':r 1 , ,.t -:ns f It-.1 'gli L4 :J 1."'9lfV bfgwgrf ,,'x"V. ,f'ff i1 :,vYiZ-5'nf. i "'!ntI'2gd: PI Srgfw mi .m.- : M Wifffif .ggvm ltrgnbwtwzfct Q .E EE. . 43' Y ': 'fr,'4cw ' 3".1A2'11mi1'f' n.H3' -Q 1? Tw- :Uk wx! 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This year we have made quo- tation booklets in which we have written several quotations. In reading we have studied James Watt and his invention of the steam engine. He named his first engine Beelzebub and it was used in a coal mine to draw the water out. We found it quite interesting to study him and his hardships. . In art we have had one lesson in lettering and one in cutting letters. We have made some nice posters. We have art in the art room now. We have organized an adven- ture club. The officers are: Myrtle Newby, Presidentg Myrtle Woody, Vice Presidentg Lois Mangum, Secretary. The boys of the sixth grade have learned a very good new game. It is called end ball. It is much like basketball. This year in History we have studied about the first civilised people. They were Babvlonians and Egyptians. They were the first farmers also.. The e the greatest ent times. Phcenicians wer traders of anci The sixth grade has enjoyed seeing every two weeks seen three pict was about the surrender of Corn- wallis. The second was about -5- also a moving picture . We have already ures. The first George Rouges glark and when he went to the northwest and captured Vincennes and Koskasia. The thivc was about Daniel Brone and about the Indians trying to take Boones- boro. Reporters: Jimmy Bradsher Pete Daniel Seventh Grade Organization of Science Clubg Study and Observation of Fire Prevention Week. In science we have been collection, studying and dis- covering interesting things about animals, trees and plants. Our collection of insects includes hornets, wasps, grasshoppers, locusts, cicadas, moths and butter flies. We studied the parts of the bodies of these insects through our magnifying glass. We compared the nests of hornets and wasps. A collection of leaves and wild flowers were made. These have been mounted in a book. In the back of the room, we have a science bulletin board. On this we put the best compositions in science and clippings we find that are about things we study. Last week was Nfire preven- tionu week. This week is observ- ed in order to prevent fires. Our class spent the week studying fire prevention. We were surpris- ed to find that our countryis loss was about three hundred million dollars each year due to fires. The average loss per person in Europe is thirty-six cents, while the United States, it is two dollars and eighty-seven cexfs The chief cause of these fires is carelessness. Will you not help in our homes. our schools and our forests? us prevent fires 3'ridfLy, Gctober 6, 1959 've decided to have a club. we met and elected Ann dentg Dorothy Williford, Vice President and Jane Blackwell, Secretary. We decided to name in Satterwhite, Presi- v f.,XXu 'X XX X X XX XX X.. ' f X .X X XXX -wk ' . X"X?iIX2.' W X X ' :XXXXVYXXX ' ' ' ' fl ' '?'!"'3"5'fM-57: X113 X L4'i. 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The ioszes were Bert Slaughter and David Boyle. The new ones are Pauline Boyd and John Wilson. he welcome then to our class. when the smoke of election had blown away we found our- selves with the following Glass officers: President, William Carringtong Vice President, Eloise Newby, Secretary and Treasurer, Louie Simpsong Program Committee, three to be elected each week. During the first few days all of the members were a bit confused when we changed classes. The 'cells rang Qoh, Yes .D and the class moaned, out where we were tc go or what we were to do no one knew until we got there. how after some time, we are beginning to learn what it is all aooux. Reporters: A1108 Thorp' Ann Woody John Dean HThe less of it they have, the more people seen abS8SSSQ with phe inclination to speak their nind.N -J' , -,,,. if-,.., rw ' QCpE..:O... C2 LO .. S EXTHAJ EXTRA! During the first month of school the scphnores have been working nicely, but there is always roon for improvement. We have had a great deoieasc in students since last year. Last yea: there were about thirty five students, but this year we have only twenty six. We are glad to say that not nany of our students have stopped school, but have moved away and are attending another school. The sophnore class officers are as follows: President, Walter Raynorg Vice President, Ivor Gritcherg Secretary, Stanley Cottrell. One of our most helpful and interesting subjects is Englixh. In English we have been learning how to speak correctly. Every Monday' morning me read for expression. This year we have a new hone room teacher, hiss Hill, and we enjoy being taught by her v-ry much. Reporters! Edith Wilson Walter Raynor earoll O'5ricn Junior Glass High Ambitionsl The Junior Class starts the year with h1gh.ambitions. Whethel we win or loose depends on-irely upon the upkeep of these ambi- tions. 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Ar an - na mam waxy, sqm ' . non .Em if-" :1fi1p'L ' ibLrx4w " 419,010 Xlfd otqxlkam - '.:mc-1-oazay-'i c awbzsili f - 9-fi: - -Hzm .b,r:u.: -agt ' mr ,f fWrm as uit? w5Wbsuf9fi ' wr an Larwwiww ,t:xx35b .!9'e:'::'1 ' bm ir: mz'a'it5w . 1' a rfbwQfmSfw2 f w f qv- eeax:mfw T ' m Y-lb.. ' Ufxffy ', w J il BSNMU' fyrio V- E f m'.'r ht:,ogZa3g cu- F, 0753 ,., ww "'W lr5i0f'A MT-Fw . W 4 1,, l'Q ,4b-ZW 04 J ,N--1 - HQ VV' W We are glad to add so ou: 'o-1 And Lu: To: Seniors 3 , . group or class genders 1 6331615 who left us in our freshmen year to attend Lsysville High School, Ruby Guthrie. Welcome Ruby! Juniors out for basletball are as follows: Ethel Boyd, Tom Harris, Lucy Scrum, Dorothy Beasley, Llcise Rayner, Jo Simp- son, Lillian Beasley, Christine Russel, Laudie gavnhews, Lizzie Leigh Newby, Willie hae Cozvrell, Fannie Sue Elliott, Ruben Woody, Charles Tinberlake, Tro, Peebles, and larion Guuzs. he are having lots of fun in English. We have been doing much gnblic spesking lately, which will not only help us in our school today, but our fusuie life. Alohough we have no subjecb. under ou: none room teacher, Liss igrker, me like here very much. her cooperation has help- ed us greatly in our assembly prograis- D in our homeroom we are glad LO have Wo-ked CHI a new syscen for assembly programs. The class has been divided into five groups with a chairman at the head of each. These groups are to wri'e comedies to be given in our classroom. This will help us in our Junior play .o co e. The junicr.class is well represented in the Beua Club. Me have six nenbdrst Margaret Tilley, Dorothy Beasley, Eloise Raynor, Ruby Gu h-iQ, and Lucy Surum. Indeed, we are glad to be ieg-eson:ed by ihese and hope 7C Lo -eprescnsed by noi- noni yell. 4 A1 'Q The 1uniois would line zo U el,--.s .noir appriciloion for An, Moving pictures Yale Univ--si:y has Made possible for us ,o see every oiher week on U. S. Xistcry. ilvljo... uv- S : Dorothy Beasley Jo Simpson Oliver Hope This yes: :ith the enroll- ment of boys and girls the Senior Class 233 started off busier than ever. Class officers when we elected when we were Juniors, are as follows : President, Gertrude Hobgoodg Vice Pres- ident, Jerry Tihberlakeg Secre- tary and Treasurer, Josephine Ioblin. The progran ccnnitree appointed by the president are: Virginia Carrington, Edith Royszer, and Enny Lou Voody. On Saturday september 25, twenty sir seniors azzended the annual Heenior Dayu in chapel Hill with L18 Carolina- Oisadel football gene us the high lighf of the day. The senior class has given one assenbly program based on she derinition of Hszudyingu. For fifteen minutes on each Tuesday, Wednesday, and Friday mornings, we observe as a devonional period wixh Clincon Loss, Alice S'ovall, and Virginia Qlunn our l eade I s . Reporter: Virginia Car:ingto' L4 Advantages of Good English The time has cone when good English is invaluable no she human race, both in business and socie y. Everyday we realize more and More our need of being aole no exgress our zhoughts clearly and withoum hesitezion. In socieay, without being able .o use good English, we are as inconsissenu and sadly ous of dare as a Hhoovei Caitn on Eifnh Avenue, New York. Io one lines tc near anyone use the sane cords or ihrases over and over again. English enables us io vary ou: vocabulary in con- versing wiih our friends, making v.'n..',- Ze have LC say more indie ii- esting, or a' leasu less baring "l 'v I' 1,,-'.,"".u'j" fp .,, .J -1 "fm," .. 1 :V H" -'Ir 'gi ' f'.1f'j'.11f if w .vu --gg " 711. -.19 ' H. . 11'-"",' ."-121 11 --.M '-- ., ..-i 11 . 14' -1. .. 'wif' A 1 gr. .1 '.-. 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If il Y 1.111 ,"'." 1.1 to our audience. Good English is the key .O happiness and success. The ability to speak ire- quently is entirely invaluable. To speak frequently one must know whsc to say and how to say itg that is good English. In buSlhcSS good English is very essential to our success, especially in fields where we have much contact with the gene- ral public- The world today Wants us to say what we wan: to say quickly and hush. The abili- ty to use English correctly enables us to do so. Good Eng- lish can only tend to increase our popula-iLy, self-respect, and to help us to succeed in our business enterprises. Clinton Moss The deed of a Gymnasium in Sto- r .vall High School Once again physical educa- tion has begun its definite part in Stovall High School. Once again 'ne high school boys' and girls' interest awakensg an is developed and means worth hile vc.' hours spent.,- during our leisure hours for physical activities, such as interest that basketball, baseball, six-man football, soft ball and volly bali. lnfe:-scholastic games are played in b slet ball by the boys and vhs girls, thereby making it 'he favorite activity. As basketball becomes the favor- ite activity we once again prac- tice on a not very well-kept dirt basket ball court. Prac- ticing on a dirt court makes it very difricult to oiganize a team for competition against other high school teams in ganes played in gymnasiums. When annual county ganes begin with Stovall High Schcol's teams participating, naturally an unusual anount of school spirit is created with the con- munity's interest aroused. It is tnen .haz the necessity for a -9... tynznasiur.. is seen again wi th excess expense of having to rranspoit terms to Onford, where Ihe Oxford gymnasium has so be rented. P. T. A. News The Perent-Teachers' Asso- ciation has had two very intei- eszing meetings this fern. Ag he first nesting a panel dis- cussion was held, using HGuid- ancen as the subjec . Mr. Dixon who is School Councilor for our guidance program this year, lead the discussion. Others who par- ticipated in 'he discussion were Misses Lorena Averett, Alice Averitt, and Elizabeth Stovall. The discussion proved to be very helpful zo parents and teachers. At our recent nesting a picture WDaniel Booneu was snowed from UThe Episode of the Chronicles of Anericen. This picture was very educational and enjoyable. Miss Rcyster's room won the acquarium for having the largest number of parents et both meetings. All parents are urged to be present at 'he November meeting. Come our and show that you are interested in your school and that you want to make our P. T. a great success this year. Secretary: Elizabeth Stovall 4-H Club News Head, Health, He,rt and Hands The Stovall 4-H Club, with the largest membership in its history, has held two joint meetings :bis year. The first meeting was held Sepa. 15, 1239, and .L this meeting Harris ?oltz gave a very interesting tall on the 4-H Club shoi' course, and his 'rip LO 'ne 4-H Club camp. The second meeting Wes held on A u M 1 ' ,, 1111,11!11I:I 11.1 1.1' 1' --1f- L 4 W1 V ,L '! Li11t IMI V 1 1 J' 1: 11 1 111111. . 1,11 111. 1 -Z.. ,fQ114,1 ,g41 1 . 1, l'11.1'4, 11 , 1 1 1 ,. 1 , 1 .1 .1, .1 ' 11' 1. 1 1gvJ'tn--WL 1' 11 -D.. QL ,1 .1 .1 ,Jn-Fr. Ja-W1 ,J . 1 ,,,,', 11'1'."mU',,', .1 11 1 41 . .1.:L.:11,-...1111:g1.1L 1 , .,1.-if-:....11.11 11.1.11 1, 1 1 fD,w11'r1:1Q'.1 .. 1 q,11.'w 1. A .. F -ML 121 1 1 Y 1 I Y X1 Y 1'v N xx g 1- 15-31 1 if . J1177'-1-1' -:1 i-11-ffaml fhfi' . '- . ' .".',f IZ, NV' WA T 1.51. Q Jai? 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This club is for students in high vantages of this students to overc the benefit of school, The ad- club are to help ome stage'fright and be better public speakerst We are working with the Beta Club in connection with the assembly programs on Mgnday mornings. We are very glad to HLVG MUss'Averett as the leader of our club. The club is divided into two groups, and for the past several meetings, we have been-speaking on the ten rules of the game of life. Alice Thorpe, Caroll O'Brien, Jo Simpson, and Clinton Moss have presented their talks F11 in assembly. Alice inorpe talk- ed on the subject of NBeing Dependable,N Caroll O'Brien WBe- ing Law Abiding,H Io Simpson VBe- Cheerful,H and Clinton Moss NBe- ing Open Minded,'Tolerant, and Self-Contrclled.U Before we com- plete our year's work, we hope to have every member speak in Assem- bly Club officers were elected for the year as follows: Presi- dent Clinton Moss' Vice President BETA CLUB NEWS Pun and More Pun The Beta Club is very glad to have ten new members come into its club this year. On Monday morning, October 22, the president, Gertrude Hobgood, awarded the C following members with their cer- tificates: Josephine Moblin, Ruby Guthrie, Edith Eoyster, Dorothy Beasley, Eloise Rayner, Virginia Munn, Herbert Morton, Margaret Tilley, Jo Simpson and Lucy Strum. Mr. Dixon made a short talk on the qualifications of a Beta Club member, Each Monday morning the club conducts the assembly exercises as one of its projects. The club is planning to meet twice each month in the homes of its members. Reporter Alice Stovall DRAMATIC CLUB NEWS The Dramatic Club reorganized this year with members chosen only with dramatic ability. Members were selected by a try-out com- Alice mittee consisting of Miss Avoritt, Bunny O1Brien, Gertrude After Hobgcod and Clinton Moss. reorganization, new officers were elected. They arei President, Bunny O'Brien3 Vice President, Clinton Mossg Secretary, Gertrude Hobgoodg Treasurer, Jo Simpson and Historian, Edith Royster. This year in the Dramatic Club we are studying, under the direction of our dramatic coach, Miss Lorena Averett, UThe Stage- and The School. In this book we will be presented three phases of .L3 f fthe drama appreciation, interpre- ffdlbll ROYSJU CT, 'end Secretary 33 tation and production. Through- lreasurer, Eloise Rayner. out the year programs will be presented in the club based on RGPOTP 91' material from this book. Eloise Rayner Reporter Edith Royster 111 1 W11: '. 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They are: President, Christine Russellg Vice President, Emmy Lou Woodyg Secretary Q Treasurer, Harris Woltz. There is an aroused interest in the club this year and we hope to accomplish something. Reporter Emmy Lou Woody SENIOR CLASS GOSSIP Patrick Henry is famous for his heroic statement, HGive me Liberty or Give me death.U Some day, if it still continues, Virginia Carrington and Edith Royster will be remembered for their expression Cif you call it an expressionl, WI don't get it- get it ?H And did you know while you and I are studying - yes, I said studying, Engli Morton is fascinated back riding. I appr music more than ever ing Gertrude Hobgood h, Herbert by horse eciate clas after hear vocalizing that old popular song - well it was a new tune but same old words "Jimmy Had A Nickle? Hey Fred! ' and I do mean Bentley! but they say a trio CTut, Trudy and Ginger! of senior girls are singing, nCarry me Back to Old Virginia.u It is rumored Emmy Lou Woody has taken a sudden interest in Oxford High School's football games, or could it be Oxford's brilliant II could debate over the des- cription! left guard ? There is a good right tackle too isn't it Josephine ? If there's curos- ity developing in your minds, see Oxford's line up in each and, every Ledger. Edith Royster ...J-1.. UStray Thoughtsu The senior class made a nice big average of MCU for the first month of school according to the statistics of Miss Lorena Averett, who is sometimes seen at a certain drug store in Stovall Miss Parker, who with a cold has been like Gloomy Gus - went down to see Ulysses and came back with- out a fuss. Rumor has it that George Beasley is having quite a time keeping the seniors out of the closet during supervised lunch period. Maybe he's got some- thing there. Edith Royster and Virginia Carrington like jitterbug music- don't tell me our music teacher is a jitterbug too ? I heard the other day that the Beta Club has ten new members. Nice work they're doing here. We need more students with their spirit I Hmmrhmm, some fun the seniors had at Chapel Hill this yearetwo girls are now acquainted with every state in the union except Florida. Mr. Dixon is very optomistic about prospects of a good basket ball team this year, although, everytime he goes out with the boys he gets his Ndressu dirty. Since I have used all the brain rattlings I can think of now, I had better close and get this in UThe Mirrorn before I have to fight half the students and all the faculty. Clinton Moss GIRLS' BASKETBALL NEWS Prospects for a big and better girls' basketball team this year have been determined by an unusual amount of interest in the freshman class, a new L 1' xx xlixlx 1 1 1 "M 1 .,., 1, , , , Hn, 4, - u ', .f..,1.1,.1. p, s ' x G in-9--1 1L., .11 1-,km-1 In 11 1 a11, a1 :1,:,11.,. .gg ui+,fw1 11,, 1 1 1 ww? wg? ' ' HN wjumuwq mid-mvlm 'Lllytif if-'ff'-.J1 '-.F i1L,,?' I' 'BCT-, p'.!,j'.,g41Q.!111"t" 'TS' KT, WWA-5if,f,'.jff'3f f'-fy ' +'f' PgQ,:mt113 1'?3f 3-'x.'1:,ngi QE will . X5 ., J: ' 1 -5,1 Migwv 3.13 1'7:A5.1gygg 1Qgf,di g5,!4 'f1rQ'J'Q'Z 1 r':e-,.'1. 14:22:111g7fii.'..1:m,'m eQ Fay.. i' .w,15 Q 1i:.5.f.g . .vf .-"141i:. ' ,'f1'1f'rfi1'1L1Jfft?Q11'Mi:1 ,:f4l 'I!"4"9i'J'? 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Annual county games will begin in Novem- ber. Reporters: Jo Simpson Dorothy Beasley GIRLS' SOFT BALL NEWS The girls' soft ball team is divided into two groups. Lois Wilson is captain of one and Margaret Stovall is captain of the other. Everyone who plays soft ball likes to play very much. The teams are playing each day to ser which side wins and to take e ercise also. We have prospects for better ball players go to other schools and so we can play their teams. We hope our efforts are successful. Reporter: Virginia Hope FOOTEALL NEWS The football squad of Stovall High School is playing six man football this year. Most of the players are from the freshman and sophomore classes, but we have one boy from the junior class. We are all very anxious tovplay tackl but we don't have the equipment this year. We are planning to get football equipment next year. Many of our players show football qualifications and we hope they will improve as much as they did last month. Reporters: Walter Rayner Carrol O'Erien C3 BOYS' BASKETBALL NEWS Once again we are entering the basketball season, and again fine group of boys who out for basketball. rapidly getting in shape we have a are going They are to start playing the regular sche- duled games with the other schools of the county. Mr. Dixon, our new coach, has taken over the squad with the determination to make a better team than ever before. No time has been set for our first game as the county schedule has not been made. We are look- ing forward to some real fun when the games get under way. Reporter: Edward Walker BOYS' SOFTBALL NEWS The boys softball team is divided into two groups. Every Monday and Wednesday the two teams play each other. Both sides seem to show equality in their ability. so much better than teams do not play , but just for the a good time and Neither team is the other. The to see who wins fun and to have to show their school spirit. We hope to make better players than last year. Reporter: Royster Hobgood HISTORICAL IOVIES Our school is now showing regular historical pictures to the students for the first time in our school history. These pictures are published by the Yale University Press for the benefit of public schools. They are shown once every two weeks. The first one of these pictures was uThe Surrender of Cornwallis at Yorktownn. This picture not only gave battle at showed us us the history of the Yorktown but it also how battles were fought in those days. .-12... .1 .L ..v .4,. n. . .' N 'f'1iE'4iQL?:b ,N ' 'N I. D-M-5 i ,Z-'i:,m:y. xii i . - 1.7, V urs? .i..1. '.x '..,1 .. r Lfx.-fr? .' f1. Miva "IU 2.55.2-' ' jfrr ' 'g ?g ,..' "fvJ'.:gd- 11 ,U -1 :a .4-fp tra:-rf KIM U.-.' mais.. ii'E.,,'S 'V ' ,.:- ,.f,pu+1,zr5egQ'P: 7 :'?'V'Q N, 11 ' 4.Vl ' f3'3'mb1' -UW fp -..a. m Y f .UM ' fa wsawfig MJQQLJJQM h ,f Ama' r' ,113 'ljm " ali-If " - x 'yffu' ,,!Y1":,Q.t' ,fin A Q- .yur . 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These pictures are not only orical and educational but entertaining, and are resulting as another progressive step in Stov all School. Ann Judson Woody GIRLS CHORUS The Girls Chorus, with an increasing number, hopes to im- prove their singing to a greater extent. We have already sung two lovely songs to the entire school They were UTMispering Hope,n and ll Gondoliera.U The book we are studying at the present is, Uhcllis Dann, Song Series, Book Thrce.H Reporters: Dorothy Beasley Eloise Rayner BOYS CHCRUS AIMS The boys chorus this year is expecting to make great im- prov ement over last year chorus. We have not as yet gotten down to ll 0 I real pork. So far we have sung songs and choruses that we learn- ed last year and the year heietc Each year we have new member to join our clorus. This year they are: John Dean, Jr., James Timberlake, Charlie Currin, Rufus Brogdcn and Clyde Pleasants. The boys chorus meets every Tuesday, Thursday and every other Friday we meet with the Girls chorus. We all enjoy working on different songs and choruses to be sung on special occasions. Reporters: Johnnie Ellixson Clinton Harris FRIENDSHIP Our schools, our churches, and our homes are great insti- tutions, but to me true friend- ship is one of the most wonder- ful of all institutions. People may like each other because of similar tastes and interests, but this is not enough, respect must pe added. Choose for your friends people whom you can respect and even pattern your life after. Ahove all be loyal to your friend stand up for them instead of secretly tearing them down. Live up to the golden rule NDO unto others as you would have them do unto ycu.u Resolve that as your rule and if your friend is a true friend he will example by the rule himself. Remember jealousy haS DO place in friendship, be both honest and straight forward in your expressions, which often make impressions. Le supGf1O? in your character and personality and expect the same from yOU? friends. Recognize true friend- ship as a great institutiong thereby making our school a greater institution. Let us put true friendship into practice in Stovall High School. Let us be a friend tO all, because Hthe best way to win friends is to be one.N -15- Edith Royst er m .-x, 4 v. .. , . . f- . I ,::. K l., r I, e rr . - W,--' '- ' 1 A F---I1 w- -F . A, ,.. , -. :f.:1,. I ' . ,f12..:. Q05-. , , w. ,4. . . "W -wrwwwn - : .. "..- ' .' "-'fi 'c ' .gn 1- 'fiigfxsgfx ' A vu.. ... " 1, " ' ' -.jg-,"'.' .,..'- .f . 4. . O p'2.,1,fIl9!2l.Cf?- 1 .mf .. l . V I ,.' ,e., -r ?- .Q I'-,M K 5 5 ,FL -f-.,l,g'?.7'fwf-,Qnf-.q- .- .. .' . I . i A - ,-, - , - - -L wo. 1-gfxwvr-,vm gg""y .5.. . 3 . -.4-if '. ' -' v--,x -y.'.-N 1. ' 45--Ha- .-. -.i - -v n' " :'.,,.. . i . " ff Af -X' :. 1 I L . 1. A rl : :I - . QT' 1 .255 " - ---:gh r 39" l' 6 - .1--'.W:e:i,tPJ.v 5' - Q. 1:2--'-Q -',i '. 7,1SI-rf' ".5-7'.T1?- -Fir? e , ,f... 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'. - u,-..' v Pl -W 'H 1 Ml vm.: .dv H J in 1 uf AWE! -N, 6--My s ri' COMIC SECTION by Herbert Morton Teacher: Parse the sentence, UTom married Jane.u Small boy: Tom's a noun because he married something. Married is a conjunction because it joins Tom and Jane. Jane's a verb be- cause she governs the noun. 9?-X--X-9+-5615659-P99699-Ji-'91-N-96-JG Teacher: Johnnie, can you define nonsense? Johnnie: Yes, teacher, an ele- phant hanging over a elift with his tail tied to a daisy. il-N-799696-5?-Yrii--3941-ii'-JE'A'9P56 Teaeher: Johnnie, make a sen- tence out of defeat, detail and defense. Johnnie: When the cat jumped de-fense, de-feat hit the ground and then de-tail. -JPN--X--7?-If--iii?-N'5!'-X-5f'N-369096 A colored man doing a hauling job was told that he couldn't get his money until he submitted a statement. After much medi- tation he unrolled the following bill: three comes, and three goes at four bits a went - S 5.00. -l0'-X-6i-91--N'-ll--X'-3i-9!--X'!l--J!--3!--!l"X'-X' First man: Doesn't your wife miss you when you stay out till three in the morning? Second man: Occasionally, but usually her aim is perfect. did?-D696-59-X-iiikii-Diifiiil-'ll'-X'9G Sinclair: Why is the tip of a dog's tail like the center of a tree? St. Clair: Why, I doin't know. Sinclair: because they are both farthest from the bark. 9996-39-36966696-31--3956959696-31-ii-if City smartie: Hey, farm Rube. Have you seen a wagonload of monkeys go by here? Farmer: No, did you fall off? -14- PECULI M1 FFJCSEHPLEN T'would be funny: If Dorothy Wilson dyed her hair ,as red as Ann Woedy's....: Of Dmeline Parham would stop wears ing make-up... If Edith Stovall would stop laughing.... If Alice Thorp would lock up her heart with the big key she wears around her neck ..... lf J.h. Pleasant could stop grinning..... If Henry Tilly could keep from whispering secrets..... lf Dorothy Wilson get a hundred on Math..... If Pauline Boyd had a short nose.. If Eloise Newby would start grow- ing .... If Robert Williford would start reducing .... If Robert Louis Stevenson's freckles would start going away.....If Marjorie Hobgood's fe't would stop grow- ing .... If David Hoyle would come back and start pointing at Edith Stovall again .... . If Lonnie Currin get caught in one of the school bus windows.. If Robert Louis Stevenson's fPickleD wasn't so oute.... If Armstead Wilkerson would be quiet in school.... If Mary Lucy Newton was as small as Herbert Uoblin ..... If Ann Woody didn't study her Math..... If Lois Wilson didn't wear short dresses. If Ann Woody had small feet .... If Alice Thorp wore her ring on her finger instead of around her neck ..... If Edith Timberlake would lose her rosy cheeks... If Margaret Faucette missed a goal in basketball,... If John Dean became lazy..... If Nette Davis would cut her long finger nails .... If Josephine Grissom would have as much pep as she has fat ..... If Edith Stovall wasn't so proud.... If Mary Ella Vaughan had straight hair...lf James Timberlake was heard across the room.... If John Dean failed on a test... If Louie Simpson wasn't so bashful...., If Lois Wilson was as quiet as James Timberlake ...... If Ann Woody didn't have freekles.... If Linnie Cottrell was low......


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