Tarboro High School - Tar Bo Rah Yearbook (Tarboro, NC)

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I The TAR- BO -RAH Volume XI Published by The Senior Class Of Tarboro High School Tarboro, North Carolina With a sense of pleasure we look back on the hours of toil when we were laboring to bring order out of chaos, and fashion this, the eleventh volume of the Tar-Bo-Rah, into some- thing that would prove worthy of the name of Tarboro High School. At the same time we at- tempted to construct a pleasing and valuable souvenir of our high school years and to weld the hearts of the 1950 graduates to our Alma Mater. If we have succeeded in our attempts then we feel this annual will have justified its existence. We, the Senior Class, respectfully dedicate the 1950 Tar-Bo-Rah to our dearest teacher and friend, Miss Louise Tunstall, in order that we may show our love and esteem for one who has never spared herself in serving the inter- ests of her students and who has so wisely guided this class through our high school years. SUPERINTENDENT Mr. W. A. Mahler A.B. Roanoke College M.A. Columbia University (Reading left to right) Top Row: Mr. Warren James, English; Miss Dorothleen Hales, English and French; Mrs. Cora N. Turner, English and Librarian; Mr. Worth Wicker, Math and Sh op. Second Row: Mr. Ralph K. Ingram, Mechanical Drawing, Shop, Diversified Occupations; Miss Dorothy Fawcett, Social Studies and Coach; Mrs. Rena Blackburn, Sciences; Mr. Wil- liam H. Durham, Commercial. Third Row: Mr. John B. Wolfe, Coach and Physical Education; Miss Emily Person, Home Economics; Mrs. Thelma Morse, Math and Latin; Mr. Noah Tolar, Assistant Coach. Fourth Row: Mr. Roy Russell, Band Director; Miss Mary Hester Lewis, Secretary. Staff Mi HBHEH I we.-- J - ■ HHHBhC First row, left to right: Jean Bailey Assistant Editor Thelma Hyman Editor-in-Chief Sue Ann Sadler Business Manager Second row, left to right: Clayton Jackson Assistant Business Managr Nancy Johnson Advertising Manager Peggy Rodgers Youngblood Assistant Advertising Manager Dorothy Jenkins Circulation Manager Stella Eason Assistant Circulation Manager Third row, left to right: Doris Bridgers Testator Jimmy Bryant Historian James Avery Feature Editor Billy Evans Sports Editor Lena Vale Koonce Prophetess SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS Clayton Jackson President Jean Bailey Vice-President Sue Ann Sadler Secretary Anne Moye Treasurer JAMES AVERY " Tinker " " Tinker has lots of talent, it is true, A nicer boy one never knew. " Football 2, 3, 4; Baseball Man- ager 3 ; Basketball, Junior Var- sity 4; Monogram Club 4; Tar-Bo-Rah Staff, Feature Edi- tor; Voted Most Talented. JEAN MARIE BAILEY " Jean " " Smart, cute and very sweet; She ' s a girl that ' s hard to beat. " Basketball 3, 4; Bible History Club 1; Dramatics Club 1, 2; FHA 1, 2, 3; Treasurer 1; President 2; 4-H 1, 2, 3; Mon- ogram Club 3, 4; Treasurer 4; Be ta Club 3, 4; Student Coun- cil 1; Newspaper Staff 3, 4; Assistant Editor 4; Chief Mar- shal 3; Class Vice-President 4; Tar-Bo-Rah Staff, Assistant Edi- tor. BETTY ANN BARNES " Babs " " Tall and fair, She is noticed everywhere. " Basketball 3; Dramatics Club 1, 2; Junior Play; Beta Club 3, 4; Monogram Club 3, 4. TOM BRETT AYRES " Tom " " Of popularity Tom has a claim And his football plays have won him fame. " Greenville, S. C: Football 3; Baseball 2; Newspaper Staff 3; Tarboro: Football 4; Glee Club 3; Voted Most Popular. DOROTHY ELIZABETH BAKER " Dot " " Duty first ward. " Merry Hill: CLiss Se pleasure after- retary 1 ; Waitress Junior - Senior 2; Scholarship Medal 2; Marshal 1, 2; 4-H 1, 2; Tarboro: Beta Club 3, 4; Voted Most Stu- dious. ADAH MAYFIELD BASS " Potato " " Here ' s to a girl with a readi smile, The kind that makes life wel worth while. " Glee Club 1, 2, 3; FHA 1, 2 3, 4; Song Leader 1, 4; Girl: State 3. ALICE RUTH BOSWELL " Shorty " " So timid in statue, with hair all a curl, They think she ' s a flirt, but she ' s a mighty good girl. " 4-H 1, 2, 3, 4; Vice-President 3; Song Leader 4; Glee Club 1, 2, 3; Waitress Junior-Senior. MARY RUTH- BRADLEY " Igg ' e " " Variety is the spice of ife. Glee Club 1, 2, 3; Majorette, Band 3, 4; Orchestra 4; Stu- dent Council 1 ; Waitress Jun- ior-Senior; Voted Most Tal- ented. zniox± EULA NORIS BRIDGERS " Cookie " merry becomes you " To b best. " 4-H 1, 2, 3, 4; Basketball 3, 4; Majorette, Band 3, 4; Glee Club 2. CONNIE LOUISE BROWNING " Pearl " " Cute, smart and sweet, Just the girl you like to meet. " Monogram Club 3, 4; Glee Club 1, 2, 3; FHA 1, 2, 3, 4; Pianist 2; Waitress Junior-Sen- ior; Junior Play; Cheerleader 3, 4; Co-Chief 4. LULA DORIS BRIDGERS " Doris " " Never sober, always gay; an all-around girl in every way. " 4-H 1, 2, 3, 4; Basketball 2, 3; Band 3, 4; First Sergeant 3, 4; Glee Club 1, 2; Tar-Bo-Rah, Testator. CAROLYN NAOMI BRYANT " Carol " " Small in stature, but large in everything that makes a friend. " 4-H 1, 2, 3, 4; Dramatics Club 2. JIMMIE JOE BRYANT " Jimmie Joe " " There ' s nothing half so sweet in life as love ' s young dream. " Football 2, 3, 4; Basketball 2, 3; Monogram. Club 2, 3, 4; President 4; Junior Play; Glee Club 2; Tar-Bo-Rah, Historian; Voted Most Athletic. HELEN MARIE BUNTING " Helen " " Quiet and serious, but she ' s always there, Ready to work and do her share. " 4-H 1, 2, 3, 4; Voted Quietest. ROBERT BRAXTON BULLOCK " Bobby " " His Line ' s Divine. " Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4; Basketball, Junior Var- sity 3; Monogram Club 1, 2, 3 4; Glee Club 2, 3; Voted Biggest Flirt. MARGIE ALLYSON BURNETTE " Margie " " A classmate, honest and true, And furthermore, a worker, too. " 4-H 1, 2, 3, 4; Program Di- rector 4; FHA 3, 4. MILTON ROBERT CARPENTER " Buddy " " Laugh and the world laughs with you. " Football 2, 4; Voted Wittiest. DAPHNE LOUISE CLARK " Darhe " " Very cute, sweet and fair An athlete of ability rare. " Basketball 3, 4; Cheerleader 4; Monogram 3, 4; Secretary 4; Glee Club 3; Newspaper Staff 3, 4; Typist; Voted Cutest; Waitress Junior-Senior. CORA ELIZABETH DUPRFE " Lib " ' Deal largely in laughter and slightly in tears. " 4-H Club 1, 2; Dramatics 2; Basketball 2; Glee Club 1; President I. ELIZABETH ANN ELLIOTT " Bet " " Those who know her best ap- preciate her most. " FHA 2; Glee Club 2; Band 3. EVELYN BRUNELLE CARTER " Rosebud " " Speech is better than silence. " Softball 1; Glee Club 1, 2, 3; 4-H Club I, 4; Band 3, 4; Orchestra 4. JOSEPH GARNER DAIL, JR. " A gentleman and a scholar. " Florence, S. C: Home-room President 1 ; Band 1 ; Secretary and Librarian of Band 1. Tar- boro: Class President 2; Stu- dent Council 3, 4; Vice-Presi- dent 3; President 4; Glee Club 3; Band 3, 4; Captain 3, 4; Orchestra 4; Junior Play; Waiter Junior-Senior 2; Mar- shal 3; Beta Club 3, 4; Voted Most Studious. ESTELLA MAE EASON " Stella " " Nothing so well bespeaks a woman as her manner. " Basketball 1, 2; Glee Club 1, 2, 3; FHA 1; Newspaper Staff 2, 3, 4; Reporter 1, 2, 3; Business Manager 4; 4-H Club 1, 2; Junior Play; Tar-Bo-Rah, Assistant Circulation Manager; Monogram Club 4. WILLIAM MITCHELL EVANS " Billy " " Strive for that which is noblest and highest. " Baseball 3, 4; Basketball 4; Junior Varsity 3; Captain 3; Football 1 ; Photography Club 1; Monogram Club 3, 4; Vice- President 4; Newspaper Staff 4; Sports P ditor; Tar-Bo-Rah Staff, Sports Editor; Cheerleader 4; Waiter Junior - Senior; Junior Play; Voted Cutest, Most At- tractive, Neatest, Best Dressed. MILDRED IVANS GREEN " Millie " " A calm manner is an asset. Glee Club 1, 2, 3; Beta Club 3, 4; Student Council 4; FHA 1, 2, 3, 4; Treasurer 2; Presi- dent 3; Voted Most Attractive. THELMA JONES HYMAN " Candy " " Her smile shows her happiness; her friends, her popularity. " Glee Club 1, 2; Vice-President 1; FHA 1, 2; Secretary lj Dra- matics Club 1, 2; 4-H Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Secretary and Treasurer 2, 3; Vice-President 4; Waitress Junior-Senior; Chief Giftorian, Junior-Senior; Student Council 1, 2, 3, 4; Vice-President 3; Junior Play; Newspaper Staff 4; Reporter; Class Poet 4; Class Secretary and Treasurer 2; Tar - Bo - Rah, Editor-in-Chief; Voted Most Popular, Most De- pendable. DOROTHY MARIE JENKINS " Dot " " Everyone is her friend, And she is a friend to all. " Basketball 1, 2, 4; Glee Club 1, 2, 3; Secretary 3; FHA 1, 2; 4-H Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Song Leader 4; Junior Play; Tar-Bo- Rah, Circulation Manager; Stu- dent Council 4; Voted Friend- liest. nancy McMillan JOHNSON " Nan " " Ever loyal, ever true, To whatever task she ' s given to do. " Glee Club 1, 2, 3; Monogram Club 4; FHA 2, 3, 4; Vice- President 4; Newspaper Staff 1, 2, 3, 4; Assistant Advertis- ing Manager 1, 2, 3; Advertis- ing Manager 4; Tar-Bo-Rah, Ad- vertising Manager; Waitress Junior - Senior; Junior Play; Cheerleader 4; Girl ' s State 3. EULA FAYE HEATH " Penelope " " Flirt — we ' ll say she can, wherever she goes, there ' s al- ways a man. " Glee Club 1, 2, 3; 4-H Club 1, 2, 4; Junior Play; Newspaper Staff 4; Typist; Voted Biggest Flirt. HENRY CLAYTON JACKSON " Junior " " Dependable, attractive, studi- ous — all Clayton will answer every call. " Basketball 3,4; Monogram Club 3, 4; Beta Club 3, 4; Newspa- per Staff 2, 3, 4; Assistant Ad- vertising Manager 2; Assistant Editor 3; Editor-in-Chief 4; Tar-Bo-Rah, Assistant Business Manager; Class Vice - President 3; President 4; Junior Play; Waiter Junior - Senior; Voted Most Likely to Succeed, Most Dependable, Most Dignified. MARY ALICE JOHNSON " Hun " ' She knows whatever is to be known. " FHA 1, Glee Club 2, 3. NELDA FAYE KEENE " Faye " " Eat, drink, and be merry, For tomorrow you may die. " Band 3, 4; Basketball 4; Soft- ball 1. LENA VALE KOONCE " Lena " " A merry heart maketh a cheerful countenance. " Leggett: 4-H 1, 2; Marshal 2; Cla s Secretary 1, 2. Tarboro: Glee Club 3; FHA 3, 4; re- porter 4; Beta Club 4; Secre- tary 4; Newspaper Staff 4; Feature Editor; Tar-Bo-Rah, Prophetess; Voted Most Cour- teous. BETTY JEAN LONG " Legs " " Full of ginger, full of pep, She ' s a girl who ' s really hep. " Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; Softball 1; Glee Club 1, 2, 3; Mono- gram Club 1, 2, 3, 4; 4-H 4; Voted Wittiest, Most Athletic. BILLY R AWLS MOORE " Podner " ' While we live let us enjoy life. " Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Basketball 2, 3; Monogram Club 2, 3, 4; Glee Club 3; Class President 1; Student Council 1 ; Voted Best Dancer. DAVID AUGUSTUS LEE " Big Dave " " Fair and square in his play, A Hercules with muscles strong, In all sports you hear them sav Look out when Big Dave conies along. " Hampton, Va.: Football 3; B;sketball 3; Track 3; Boxing and Wrestling 3; Varsity Club 3; Dramatics Club 3; President of Assembly 3. Tarboro: Foot- ball 2, 4; Basketball 4; Dra- matics Club 2; Monogram Club 2, 4; Glee Club 1. HARRIETT ANN MADDOX " H. A. M. " " Seldom serious, often gay, A lovable girl in every way. " Atlanta: Library Club I, 2; FHA I; Y-Teens 1; Monitor Club 1; Glee Club 1. Dixon: FHA 2; Glee Club 2. Whita- kers: Cheerleader 3, Tarboro: Voted Prettiest. ROSA LEE MOORE " Rosa " " Cheerful of soul and open of mind. Sensible, happy, thoughtful and kind. " Hobgood: 4-H 1, 2, 3; Wait- ress Junior - Senior ; Softball I, 2. ANNE ELIZABETH MOYE " Boogar " " Smart, sweet and ever neat, She ' s the girl who is complete. " Class Treasurer 4; Glee Club 1, 2, 3; Student Council 2, 3; Secretary 2; FHA 1, 2, 3, 4; Pianist 1; Vice-President 3; President 4; Beta Club 4; Vice- President 4; Waitress junior- Senior; Voted Best Dressed, Neatest. WILLIAM FRANCIS OVERBEY " Billy " " The making of friends, who are real friends, is the best token we have of a man ' s suc- cess in life. " Jasper: Basketball 1; Baseball 1; FFA 1. Tarboro: Basketball 2, 3, 4; Baseball 2, 3, 4; Band 3, 4; Orchestra 4; Glee Club 3; Student Council 4; Voted Friendliest, Quietest, Most Courteous. MARGARET ANN PARKER " Ann " " She can laugh and she can smile, Truly a friend well worth while. " Glee Club 1, 2, 3; Student Council 1. JEAN ELIZABETH PRICE " Jeannie " " Far may we search before wi find, A girl so sweet and so fine. ' 4-H 1 ; Dramatics Club 2. SUE ANTOINETTE SADLER " Sue " " A pretty girl, a witty girl, a girl so full of fun, a brainy girl, a carefree girl, a thousand girls in one. " Glee Club 1, 2, 3; Beta Club 3, 4; Treasurer 4; FHA 1, 2, 3, 4; Historian 2; Reporter 3; Secretary 4; Newspaper Staff 3, 4; Reporter 3; Sports Editor 4; Tar-Bo-Rah, Business Manager; Marshal 3 ; Class Secretary- Treasurer 3; Secretary 4; Voted Most Likely to Succeed. DAVID LEE SUMMERLIN " Dave " " You ' ll always find true and just, A fellow whom all can love and trust. " Baseball 3, 4; Basketball, Jun- ior Varsity 3; Voted Most Handsome. MARGARET RODGERS YOUNGBLOOD " Peggy Rodgers " " Cute and attractive, bright and gay, Just the girl to brighten the way. " Basketball 1; Glee Club 1, 2, 3; Monogram Club 3, 4; Cheer- leader 3, 4; Co-Chief 4; News- paper Staff 1, 2, 3, 4; Report- er 1, 2; Assistant Circulation Manager 3; Circulation Mana- ger 4; Marshal 2; FHA 1; Tar- Bo-Rah; Assistant Advertising Manager; Junior Play; Voted Best Dancer. ANNE VERNON SMITH " Anne " " Genius wins sometimes; Hard work always. " Beta Club 3, 4; President 4; Dramatics Club 1, 2; Bible History Club 1; FHA 1, 2; Voted Most Dignified. SYLVIA LEE WORKMAN " Sylvia " " A gentle kind of grace; Quiet beauty in her face. " Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Treas- urer 1; Marshal 1; Band 3, 4; Majorette 3, 4; Orchestra 4. The class of ' 50 now departs, To go along its way; With joy and sadness in our hearts, We ' ll ne ' er forget this day. To you, our teachers, we give thanks, For showing us the way; Our whole life through We will think of you, While we go along our way. Our joys and sorrows we have shared, As we struggled through the years; But now as we remember them, Our hearts slowly fill with tears. We know the days of our youth are gone, And we must look ahead; We will think of you As we bid adieu, To the memories that we hold dear. To us, the seniors of 1950, this is a long-awaited day Each of us will now travel a separate highway. As friends and classmates we must part, But as future citizens we ' ll be joined in heart. We feel happy that the hours of study are done, Yet, deep inside, we feel sad that the final hour has come. As we gather this last time and think back over the years, We fondly remember our many laughs, our joys, our tears. Time is drawing short, and as we say goodbye, We know in our hearts we ' ll miss you, dear Tarboro High. No longer will your walls enclose this senior class All our joys and sorrows are a part of your past. We leave our empty places to each THS schoolmate, As we march together to a worldly fate. We thank each teacher for an understanding heart, But now from this hall of memories, let us part. The final hour has come at last, For the happy graduates of the ' 50 class. — Thelma Hyman, Class Poet. September 1, 1946, the fresh students who were destined to become the " Class of 1950 " started on a long trip. All the occupants of our red and white bus were scared but our driver, Billy Moore, led us through the hazardous countryside. Discipline was a major problem for us on this trip but our guides, Mr. Dale Vaughn and Mrs. Thelma Morse, went to much trouble to help us iron out our difficulties. After traveling many miles we stopped for rest and repairs. We had lost some of the occupants of our bus, for the trip was long and the studies hard. We found our number had dwindled to a small but well- trained group. The driver was Joe Dail. Guides were Miss Louise Tunstall and Miss Sarah Yarborough. During our trip through Sophomore County we staged the annual " Halloween Carnival, " at which games were held and enjoyed by all. Again we drew near the county line. We were not quite so happy to leave our bus after so many happy days in Sophomore County, but we had to go through Junior County to bring ourselves nearer our com- mon destination — Graduation City. Our number had dwindled even smaller as we boarded our bus for Junior County. Junior County was the most important route to travel to reach our destination. We were glad to see that we had an efficient bus driver, Nick Johnson. We still had Miss Louise Tunstall as one of our guides and for the other we had Mr. John Moose. Both were very capable. Our years of experimenting and failure were nearly over. We had come to know and depend upon each other. There were some trivial quarrels, but a common goal provided the bond that brought us closer to- gether and aided us in reaching our goal. The most important stop of our journey was the " Junior-Senior Banquet, " but first we had to pass other smaller stops on the way. The proceeds from the " Halloween Carnival " greatly helped us farther on our trip towards the " Junior-Senior Banquet. " Next we passed " Stunt Night " which was a big enjoyment to all of us. The hardest obstacle standing in the way of " The Junior-Senior Banquet " was the " Junior Play. " After much hard work which took all our strength and resourcefulness we passed the " Junior Play. " Before us lay " The Junior-Senior. " W e organized our group into committees and marshaled all available resources for a hard struggle. The struggle was long and very tedious but after many sleepless nights the Victory was ours! We had passed our most brilliant obstacle on our trip through Junior County. With shouts of joy still ringing in our ears we stopped at a roadside inn for a much needed rest and repairs. It was with great sadness that we left our bus for this short length of time. In 1950, it was a more serious and determined group that boarded our bus. We were very near our goal and everybody was trying to prove the worth of our much sought after goal. We realized with a sudden feeling of sadness that soon we would have to leave our many friends for a destination unknown. We had just begun to realize the love for each of our friends and the tears that would come when we departed. Our fears were few after we saw Clayton Jackson as our worthy bus driver and Mr. William Durham and Miss Dorothleen Hales for our capable guides. With all this in mind we were determined to make good on these last miles of our most worthwhile journey. Our most valuable accomplishment was the publication of the " Tar-Bo-Rah. " It took us many weeks but after much hard work we could sit back and relax. Another accomplishment which we were proud of was the " Senior Play. " After a memorable ceremony we took down our beloved colors of red and white and left our bus for destinations unknown. The time has come for us to part; the hour which we have awaited so impatiently is here. Our jour- ney has been long and hard but obtaining our destination has been worth all the knocks and bumps of the trip. Yes — our destination is won with deepest gratitude for our teachers and guardians who made this trip and this occasion possible we utter an humble " thank you. " Jimmie Joe Bryant, Historian Jlait Witl and ZJzitamznt We, the Senior Class of Tarboro High School of the City of Tarboro, County of Edgecombe, and State of North Carolina, in the year of our Lord one thousand nine hundred and fifty, being of sound minds and memories, do hereby make, publish, and declare this to be our last will and testament. ARTICLE I To certa ' n students, we leave these various talents: I, Betty Jean Long, do will and bequeath my athletic ability to Sybil Spain. I, Dorothy Baker, do will and bequeath my typing ability to Jean Jenkins. I, Billv Overbey, do will and bequeath my courteous ways to Dick Batchelor. I, Helen Bunting, do will and bequeath my quietness to Alma Mitchell. I, Ann Parker, do will and bequeath my height to Mae Hathaway. I, Anne Moye, do will and bequeath my faithfulness to Billie Bateman. I, David Lee, do will and bequeath my physique to Bill Edwards. ARTICLE II To Mr. Mahler and our beloved faculty, we ieave sincere thanks of appreciation for the wonderful guidance that they have given us in our four years of high school. Their assistance has guided us to a much higher goal in our lives. ARTILE III To the Juniors, we leave our love and devotion for dear old Alma Mater with the sincere hope that they will obtain as much from their Senior year as we have. ARTICLE IV To the Sophomores, we leave the motto: " Keep your shirt down and dig. " ARTICLE V To the Freshmen, we leave the realization that there are only three years left. In this manner we do hereby dispose of our various talents, with the hope that those to whom these gifts were left, will use them to the best of their ability. We, the members of the Senior Class of Tarboro High School, have put our hands and seal on this the twenty-sixth day of January, in the year of our Lord one thousand nine hundred and fifty (1950). The Senior Class of Tarboro High School. Witnesses: Betty Ann Barnes, Noris Bridgers, Joe Dail. Doris Bridgers, Testator. August 20, 1960 Dear Diary, I have just returned from two weeks ' vacation in New York City and in my home town, Tarboro, North Carolina. While I was in New York I was quite surprised to find a large number of my former classmates making a big success in various fields. I dropped by to see Sue Ann Sadler who is employed in a law office there. Sue told me that Helen Bunting is a secretary in the same building. I learned that Nancy Johnson is also a successful career woman in the city. While attending a fashion show I recognized one of the Powers models as my classmate Stella Eason. I was told that the clothes modeled bv Stella were designed by Ann Parker. After the show I had lunch with Stella and she told me that Elizabeth Elliott was one of the most up and coming in- terior decorators in town. One night I went to the Astor Roof to hear the orchestra and to my utter astonishment the orches- tra was that of Joe Dail featuring Billy Overbey and Mary Ruth Bradley as vocalists. Billy seems to be giving Harry James a little competition on the trumpet; Joe ' s orchestra is making quite a hit in New York. It was my pleasure to hear the All Girl O rchestra one night. Brunelle Carter and her saxophone were the chief attractions there. Returning to my hotel that night I noticed many advertisements about the newest Broadway hit; the star of the show was none other than Fay Heath. Before leaving New York I picked up the latest best seller by Thelma Hyman to read while traveling. On my way home I stopped for a week end in Washington, D. C. Here I ran into Jean Bailey, a successful business woman in the capital city. Jean said that Dorothy Baker was also in this citv hold- ing the position of private secretary to the President. I also ran into Betty Jean Long and Faye Keene who were spending a weekend in Washington. Betty Jean and Faye are officers in the Waves. I After arriving in Tarboro, the first person I went to see was Anne Moye, who was also on her vacation. Anne is a third grade teacher in Churchhill Downs, Kentucky. Anne said that Millie Green and Anne Smith were coming home for a vacation soon from Walter Reed Hospital where Anne is a child psychologist and Millie is a laboratory technician. I learned that David Lee is the new Baptist min ster in Tarboro. Harriet Maddox and Sylvia Lee Workman are located in Raleigh; Harriet is a private nurse and Sylvia a writer. One night I attended the Big Star Theater owned by Bobby Bullock. This theater is one of the nicest in the state. I saw Peggy Rodgers Youngblood there. Peggy told me she was a dancing teacher in Greensboro. I saw Elizabeth Dupree in Clark ' s one morning and she told me that she was manager of the Ac- counting Department at the Carolina Telephone and Telegraph Company. Betty Ann Barnes is a large stockholder in the company. I also saw Daphne Clark who is the commercial teacher at old T. H. S. Tom Ayers is the Athletic Coach, taking Mr. Wolfe ' s place. Billy Moore is the coach in Rocky Mount. Many of the girls in the class of ' 50 have had their most ardent dreams come true. Jean Price, Alice Boswell, Noris Bridgers, Doris Bridgers, Louise Browning, Carolyn Bryant, Margie Burnette and Mary Alice Johnson are blissfully married to the men of their choice. Rosa Lee Moore, who was our " married senior " is still happily married. Buddy Carpenter is now retired, fulfilling his highest aspirations. David Summerlin is now a professional basketball player. Dave is with the Philadelphia Warriors. One afternoon as I rode out to Glenburnie I saw several new houses which, I was told, were de- signed by Clayton Jackson, one of the most famous architects in the South. Jimmy Bryant has taken Fred Mueller ' s place as Edgecombe County ' s most energetic highway pa- trolman. James Avery is one of the finest and most distinguished Scout masters in the state. Dot Jenkins is living in Florida after traveling over Europe. Adah Bass is working for a traveling agency, conducting tours over the world. I must go to bed for I have many patients to see tomorrow. Yes, tomorrow I will again become Dr. Koonce and begin my work until next year when my vacation rolls around. I hope to find all of my classmates as happy and progressive next year this time. Good night, dear diary. Lena Vale Koonce, Prophetess. Lp t ioj2fiEaij dweswmeru» 1. Most Popular Thelma Hyman and Tom A)ers 2. Most Athletic Betty Jean Long and Jimmy Bryant 3. Most Dignified Anne Smith and Clayton Jackson 4. Most Courteous Lena Vale Koonce and Billy Overbey 5. Most Studious Dorothy Baker and Joe Dail 6. Most Attractive Millie Green and Billy Evans 7. Best Dancers Peggy Rodgers Youngblood and Billy Moore 8. Biggest Flirts Faye Heath and Bobby Bulluck 9. Best Dressed Anne Move and Billy Evans 1. Most Likely To Succeed Sue Ann Sadler and Clayton Jackson 2. Neatest Anne Moye and Billy Evans 3. Wittiest Betty Jean Long and Buddy Carpenter 4. Most Talented Mary Ruth Bradley and James Avery 5. Most Dependable Thelma Hyman and Clayton Jackson 6. Cutest Daphne Clark and Billv Evans 7. Quietest Helen Bunting and Billy Overbey 8. Friendliest Dorothy Jenkins and Billy Overbey 9. Prettiest, Most Handsome . . Harriet Maddox and David Lee Summerlin Mae Hathaway Marguerite Johnson Connie Baker Joyce Ann Causey, Chief David Miller Bill Edwards Earl Roberson First Row: Dick Batchelor, Billic Bateman, Ruby Bazemore, Jean Briggs, Ed Brown, Margaret Car- son, Joyce Causey. Second Row: Barbara Jean Clark, Billy Edmondson, Bill Edwards, Edna English, Evelyn Evaus, Charles Fisher, Phyllis Fowler. Third Row: J. P. Harrell, Mae Hathaway, Tom Holland, Jean Jenkins, Maude Knox, Cynthia Mahler, David Miller. Fourth Row: Alma Mitchell, Barbara Newsome, Alice Oates, Betty Jean O ' Neal, Daisy O ' Neal, Edith O ' Neal, Estclle Osborne. Fifth Row: John Price, Leroy Sasser, Sybil Spain, Jimmie Thomason, Remonia Walters, Curtis Weaver. Junior without picture — Maxine Johnson. Eleanor Anderson J. T. Anderson Robert Russell Armstrong Joseph Ayers Peggy Anne Bailey Curtis Baker Grover Clinton Baker Lewis Bass Turner Bass Kate Braddy William Archie Braswell Anne Britt George Brown Mary Hilda Brown Peggy Brown Jimmy Bunn Dorothy Burgess Ronald Butler Hoyette Carlisle Martin Carstarphen Andrew Walton Caudill Wiley Clark Don Ellis Corbett Carl Cross Geraldine Davenport Jean Denton Helen Dew Alice Edmondson Betsy Edmondson Martha Edmondson William Robert Edwards Jack Elrod Randolph Green Wilma Hampton Betty Johnson Marguerite Johnson Marion Earl Johnson William H. Joyner Carolyn Karn Marion Keene Philip Koonce Sara Krank Lawrence Browning Lane Carrie Leary Bobby Lee James Milton Long Joe Maddox Peggy Medford Jo Anne Meeks Annie Lee Moore Evelyn Moore Gene Morris Jean Morris Jacqueline Nash Dorothy O ' Neal Murray Page Reginald Parker Marie Peeden Johnny Jackson Phillips Betty Ann Pollard Hilda Pollard Vivian Price Albert Mitchell Ray Shirley Roberson Frankie Roche Mack Thomas Ruffin Ira Douglas Sanderson Bobby Sawyer Curtis Sawyer Leland Ray Spain Guthrie Strawbridge Mattie Strawbridge Catherine Taylor Joseph Raymond Taylor Vic Taylor Grace White Ray Whitley Bryan Wiggins Francis Abrams ll . t« Edna Alderman Mary Bagley Connie Baker Jacquelin Berwick Beatrice Burnette Mahlon Bradshaw Kenneth Brewer Murray Bullock Lorraine Brown Eva Brewer John Brown Virginia Bryant Carl Burnette Charles Burns Robert Byrum Patricia Carpenter Jy Bobby Cross Sandra Clark Betty June Davenport Shirley Davenport Faye Dixon Billy Dixon Mahlon DeLoatch Alvin Dawson Henry Dawson Dickie Denton Sarah Eason Bobby Edmondson Virginia Edmondson Darrell Everette Mary Sue Farmer Vinton Fountain Shirley Fields Peggy Ford Betty Ruth Fussell Dorothy Griffin Douglas Gurganus oyce Gurkins Betty Faye Hales Billy Hale Bobbie Sue Harrison Ann Howard Donald Hamm f Anderson Holt III Billy Hampton Wilbur Harris Teddy Randall James • Elizabeth Ann Jackson ' ' Maude Johnson ' . ' John Kent i Patsy Knox i Jean Livesay Edith Livesay Randolph Moore Wilton Moore Oscar Moore Hazel Marks Billy Morris Elizabeth Mayo Milton Moye Kenneth Morris Pvnrlijfl ] J f wcnm.. Meredith O ' Neal Kenneth Parrisher Sammy Register f-v -fi — +— William Reynolds " rU. J CMAJL. Tim Robbins Earl Roberso Edward Roberson Frank Robinson Curtis Robinson n Wingate Rochelle Julia Sanders Cecil Savage Earl Savage Nelda Sexton Freda Slaughter Lawrence Spain Rex Spurgin Clyde Stallings Barbara Stirewalt Herbert Sutton Jean Taylor Robert Taylor Geraldine Tharrington Juanita Thomas Gail Thomason Peggy Turner Peggy Vause George Wade Charles Walters Wayne Webb Tommy West David White rivelyn White Hernice Wilson Rose Wilson La Rue Taylor lusta Webb Billy Wilkins Thomas Lewis Arthur Burnette J. P. Brown Carl Holland ' oris Briley John Moore cztf-cjz oj (3nnoc£.nc£, FOOTBALL TEAM First Row: Left to right— Joe Ayers, Manager; Billy Mocre, Mahlon Bradshaw, Wilton Moore, Cur- tis Roberson, James Avery " " , Ronald Butler. Second Row: Left to right — Gene Morris, Tom Avers " ' , Jimmie Bryant " " , Frisco Sasser " " , David Lee " " , Bobby Bullock " " , Buddy Carpenter " ' , Henry Dawson. Third Row: Left to right — John Price, Phil Kocnce, Ray Riggs, Frank Roberson, Tom Holland " " , Mr. John Wolfe, Coach. Fourth Row: Left to right — George Wade, J. T. Anderson, Bobby Cross, Darrell Everette, Wingate Rochelle, Carl Burnette. Fifth Row: Left to right— J. P. Brown, John Fields, Sammy Harrell, Curtis Taylor, Chick Howard, Jimmie Thomason " ' , Guthrie Strawbridge. ;: " First String. THS THS 8 THS .13 THS 7 THS 3 8 THS 14 THS 7 THS 6 THS 7 THS 20 SCHEDULE Opponent Place Ahoskie 24 Ahoskie Scotland Neck Tarboro Enfield 19 Tarboro Farmville Farmville South Edgecombe Tarboro Edenton 21 Tarboro Ayden 26 Ayden Plymouth 3 2 Plymouth Spring Hope 26 Tarboro Hertford 12 Hertford THS GOOBER BOWL CHAMPIONS 19 ENFIELD 13 ENFIELD Kenneth Brewer : ' Frisco Sasser Ronald Butler Murray Page Dave Summerlin Jimmy Bryant VARSITY BASKETBALL Jimmy Thomason :: ' Billy Evans Clyde Stallings :: " David Lee " Clayton Jackson Billy Overbey Mr. John Wolfe, Coach Denotes Starters GIRLS ' BASKETBALL Front Row: Betty Anne Pollard, Jean Bailey, Peggy Bailey, Daphne Clark, Edna English. Second Row: Mary Hilda Brown, Freda Slaughter, Sarah Krank, Estelle Osborne, Gail Thomason, Betty Faye Hales. Third Row: Wilma Hampton, Jean Jenkins, Phyllis Fowler, Alma Mitchell, Faye Keene, Betty Jem Long, Dorothy Jenkins, Noris Bridgers, Miss Doro:hy Fawcett, Coach. JUNIOR BASKETBALL First Row: John Brown, Boochie Cross, Robert Taylor, Wilton Moore, Hunk Johnson, and Mah- lon Bradshaw. Second Row: Milton Moye, Chick Hoard, Joe Ayers, Edward Rooks, Vinton Fountain, A. W. Cau- dill, Bobby Sawyer, Henry Dawson. Third Row: James Avery, J. T. Anderson, Bill Braswell, Leland Spain, David Miller, Curtis Baker, Bip Carstarphen, Mr. Noah Tolar, Coach. e jlOxti. CHEERLEADERS First Row: Left to right — Louise Browning and Peggy Rodeers Youngblood, Co-Chiefs. Second Row: Left to right — Billie Bateman, Estelle Osborne, Billy Evans, Nancy Johnson, Daphne Clark. t m m- STUDENT COUNCIL Jce Dail President David Miller Vice-President Mae Hathaway Vice-President Wilma Hampton Secretary and Treasurer Bobbie Sue Harrison Wilma Hampton Mae Hathaway Joe Dail David Miller Maxine Hill Dorothy Griffin Joyce Causey Millie Green Nelda Sexton Earl Roberson Billy Overbey Gene Morris Curtis Weaver UtMJ Bill Edwards Thelma Hyman John Kent Ronald Butler Beatrice Burnette Peggy Bailey Dorothy Jenkins TAR-HI-TATTLER STAFF Clayton Jackson Editor-in-Chief Jean Bailey Associate Editor Joyce Causey Assistant Editor Stella Eason Business Manager David Miller Assistant Business Manager Peggy Rodgers Youngblood Circulation Manager Cynthia Mahler Assistant Circulation Manager Nancy Johnson Advertising Manager Betty Johnson Assistant Advertising Manager Vinton Fountain Assistant Advertising Manager Lena Vale Koonce Feature Editor Philip Koonce Feature Editor Billy Evans Sports Editor Sue Ann Sadler Sports Editor Thelma Hyman Reporter Ruby Bazemore Reporter Betsy Edmondson Reporter Edna English Reporter Fay Heath Typist Daphne Clark ' Typist Mrs. Cora Neil Turner Faculty Advisor c fctLuLtiz±. BETA CLUB Anne Smith President Anne Moye Vice-President Lena Vale Koonce Secretary Sue Ann Sadler Treasurer Millie Green Anne Moye Anne Smith Sue Ann Sadler Lena Vale Koonce Jean Bailey Joseph Dail Joyce Causey Cvnthia Mahler Nancy Johnson Clayton Jackson Betty Ann Barnes Dorothy Baker II MONOGRAM CLUB Jimmy Bryant President Billy Evans Vice-President Daphne Clark Secretary Jean Bailey Treasurer Jean Bailey Billie Bateman Louise Browning Jimmy Bryant Bobby Bullock Ronald Butler James Avery Billy Evans Daphne Clark Billy Overbey Gene Morris Leroy Sasser Nancy Johnson Peggy Rodgers Youngblood Stella Eason Philip Koonce Jimmy Thomason David Lee Clayton Jackson Betty Jean Long Billy Moore ■r FUTURE HOMEMAKERS OF AMERICA Anne Moye President Nancy Johnson Vice-President Sue Ann Sadler Secretary and Treasurer Cynthia Mahler Elizabeth Jackson Betty Faye Hales Adah Bass Jean Briggs Freda Slaughter Betty Johnson Estelle Osborne Shirley Fields Nancy Johnson Beatrice Burnette June Livesay Anne Moye Edith O ' Neal Virginia Edmondson Sue Ann Sadler Margie Burnette Peggy Ford Lena Vale Koonce Jacquelin Nash Mary Alice Johnson Billie Bateman Maude Johnson Hazel Marks Louise Browning Mary Hilda Brown Carrie Leary Ann Britt Sarah Eason Maxine Hill Millie Green Betty Ann Pollard Miss Emily Person Faculty Advisor TARBORO HIGH SCHOOL BAND AND ORCHESTRA Billie Adler Betty June Davenport Peggy Price Curtis Andrews Aubrey Davis Bobby Proctor Peggy Bailey Alvin Dawson " Sammy Register Connie Baker Jean Denton Peggy Roberson Grover Baker " Bill Edwards " Shirley Robinson Lewis Bass Robert Edwards Mack Ruffin Dick Batchelor Charles Fisher Vaun Russell Ruby Bazemore Sandra Harrison Julia Sanders Mary Ruth Bradley Steve Hoard Curtis Sawyer Doris Bridgers Carolyn Karn Joe Spiers Lorraine Brown Faye Keene Rex Spurgeon Murray Bullock Billy Livesay Peggy Vause Dorothy Burgess Marilyn Mayo David White Patricia Carpenter Jerome Moore Evelyn White Brunelle Carter Wesley Moore Grace White A. W. Caudill Brent Nash Rose Wilson Joyce Causey Dot O ' Neal " Sylvia Workman Barbara Clark " Billy Overbey Marshall Youngblood Randy Constantine Waverly Owen Denotes orchestra also. Joe Dail Reginald Parker especial 7 teciaiion The Senior Class wishes to take this opportunity to express its gratitude to Miss Dorothleen Hales and Mr. William Durham who have guided the mem- bers of this class so wisely through this final year. Senior Class 1950. The annual staff wishes to thank the following who have been unfailing in their efforts to help us publish this volume: Our Principal, Mr. M. M. Wetzel, for his readi- ness and willingness to help us in any way. Our Friends, Mr. M. S. Brown and Mr. Joe Bal- lard, for making many of the photographs. Our Financiers, the advertisers, for furnishing the money which financed the publishing of this Tar-Bo-Rah. For QUICK SERVICE Genuine PARTS BETTER PERFORMANCE Edgecombe Motor Company 1900 North Main Tarboro, North Carolina Phone 790 Compliments of ROSENBAUM ' S, Inc. TARBORO ' S LEADING STORE " Where Quality Outlives Price " Phone 47 Main Street Tarboro, North Carolina Fountain - Patterson Electric Company Authorized Westinghouse Dealers Tarboro, North Carolina NASH MIZELL Insurance — Rental Tarboro, North Carolina Edgecombe Homestead and Loan Association Established 1889 Homes — Savings Tarboro, North Carolina MARTIN Home and Auto Supply 330 Main Street Tarboro, N. C. Headquarters for Sporting Goods - Baseball Equipment Shoes - Gloves - Balls - Bats Specialists in Fishing Tackle Whether Fresh Water or Salt Surf Gear, Martin Outboard Motors CREECH — The Florist Flowers for All Occasions Compliments of STAR CLEANERS " Your Satisfaction Is Our Success " 118 Main Street Phone 272 Tarboro, N. C. Compliments of ADLER ' S MARROW -PITT Hardware Company Incorporated Compliments of Electric Service Shop Tarbor o, N. C. Congratulations To The Class of 1950 HART COTTON MILLS Incorporated Manufacturers of CONVERTIBLE COTTON CLOTH Tarboro, North Carolina Compliments of PETER PAN, Inc. Tarboro ' s Smart Children ' s Shop Tucker ' s Super Market, Inc. H. C. Tucker, Manager Edgecombe County ' s Most Modern Food Store Fairview Park Tarboro, North Carolina In Tarboro It ' s BELK- TYLER " The Shopping Center " Which wishes success to each member of the Robert ' s Jewelry Company " Your Friendly Jeweler " 309 Main St. Phone 510 Tarboro, N. C. Compliments of McCRORY ' S SENIOR CLASS OF 1950 Compliments of TARBORO Bottling Co., Inc. TARBORO, NORTH CAROLINA M. S. Brown, Secretary-Treasurer Anything Found In A First Class Drug Store WE HAVE IT! Moore ' s Pharmacy THE REXALL STORE Personal Attention To All Prescriptions Phone 84 Tarboro, N. C. M. A. CLARK HOME OF QUALITY BEEF and World ' s Biggest Liars Once a Customer Always a Friend Jetbug Service Phones 212 213 Complirmnts of WORKMAN ' S CLEANERS " For Quality " 209 St. Patrick St. Phone 334 W Lunt — Reed Barton — Wallace National — International SILVER Imperial — Fostoria Heisey — Tiffin C R YSTAL Carlisle £r Taylor Spode — Castletow In Six Different Patterns CHINA Elgin — Benrus — Waltham WATC H ES JEWELRY Costume Jewelry — Diamonds Economy Auto Supply Phone 623 212 Main St. Tarboro, N. C. COLONIAL FROZEN LOCKER Tarboro, N. C. Compliments of " THE FIRST THOUGHT IN DRUGS " EDGECOMBE DRUG CO. " The Prompt Efficient Pharmacy " One Prescription Every 24 Minutes for 36 Years Sell Tobacco With VICTORY WAREHOUSE Numbers 1 2 Tarboro, N. C. Cliff Weeks — William Leggett — Cliff Webb BALLARD ' S STUDIO " The Studio of Distinction " Phone 592-J Tarboro, N. C. " BEST WISHES TO THE 1950 GRADUATES " BELL ' S Cleaners — Dyers Phone 181 Few as Good — None Better Members American Cotton Shippers Association Atlantic Cotton Association J. WATSON SMOOT COTTON Phone 77 Tarboro, North Carolina WE COTTON TO COTTON Clayton Printing House PRINTING and OFFICE SUPPLIES Telephone 252 Compliments of FOUNTAIN ' S Radio and Appliance Service " We Have the Experience " 1054 N. Main St. Tarboro, North Carolina Phone 174 Compliments of B, M. CHEVROLET, Inc. CHEVROLET OLDSMOBILE ' America ' s 19-Year Leader " " With the Rocket Engine " TARBORO, NORTH CAROLINA on You have lived solidly up to your code, with a fair deal fo every student and every teacher in your school. In an age of unreasoning you have kept your head, now with out a jolt from the second stage of your life to the third — your own master, busy as you please. You have had two parts of a fine life. We are sure the third will be your best yet. Yours very truly, HENDERSON LUMBER CO. GENERAL PLYWOOD CORP. Tarboro, N. C. Compliments of COLONIAL and TAR THEATRES For the Best in Movie Entertainment Compliments of Tarboro Printing Company We appreciate the opportunity of printing the TAR - HI - TATTLER Miller ' s Food Store 1502 Main St. Phone 578 Tarboro, North Carolina Our Motto: " Cleanliness " Nowhere on earth does cleanliness count more than in a market. Realiz- ing this we maintain a perfectly sanitary condition. Buy Your Meats at Our Market Compliments of TARBORO GULF STATION GAS OIL Security National Bank Tarboro, N. C. Member Federal Reserve System and Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation Hollywood Drive-In SPECIALIZING IN T-Bone Steaks Chicken- In- Rough DELICIOUS SANDWICHES All Kinds of Soft Drinks Open 9 A.M. — 1 A.M. Curb Service Phone 428-J Tarboro Municipal Airport SEAFOOD INN and OYSTER BAR Orchestra Friday Evenings All Seafood Flown In Compliments of Frances Electric Co. General Electric Appliances Phone 182 Tarboro, N. C. THE GIFT SHOP Tarboro, N. C. " We Introduce Quality To Economy " Compliments of W. S. Clark Sons Everything for Everybody Tarboro, N. C. Compliments of TARBORO FURNITURE CO. Compliments of E. V. ZOELLER CO. Tarboro Savings Loan Association The Home of Thrift Member of Federal Home Loan Bank Savings Federally Insured to $5,000 Phone 85 Tarboro, N. C. Graduation Gift Headquarters for 60 Years Heilbroner Jewelry and Office Supply Co. Compliments of JOEL ' S Open a Charge Account With Us Tarboro Drug Company Your WALGREEN Agency Cut Rate Drugs Phone 688 Tarboro, N. C. Compliments of THE SWEETTOOTH TP, V jjX yJU -C - (JLk k S . jL U t yX J -(X A 6L4A " ' 3 " jLooot -c ousl; Jt cJ £ A y c fc vSU -oic- c J y - C aaA- cuA. t

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