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CONTENTS 

THE CAMPUS 

FACULTY 

CLASSES 

KGANIZATI#NS 

ATHLETICS 

FEATURES 

AIVERTISEMENT5 



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FRANK PERKY 

CLYDE FLOYD 
*\ WALLACE PARDUE 





Out of the coolness of the pines' dim sweep, steps lead upward to the doors of knowledge. 




A refreshing breath of spring air — a green oasis in the midst of a wearying desert of toil. 




A place to linger for pastime — // ivill be haunted with gay memories. 




Herein are the brave! 




MR. ROWLAND HILL LATHAM 
Superintendent Winston-Salem Public Schools 



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MR. JOHN WATSON MOORE 

Principal Richard J. Reynolds High School 



FACULTY 

ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICERS 

ROWLAND HILL LATHAM, A.B., A.M., Sit pan tend at of the City Schools 
University of Virginia 

JOHN WATSON MOORE, A.B., Principal Richard }. Reynolds High School 

Davidson College 

GLADYS E. MOORE, A.B., Vocational and Educational Advisor 
University of Minnesota 

DEPARTMENT OF ENGLISH 

MARY C. WILEY, A.B. 
North Carolina College for Women 

THELMA ALBRIGHT, A.B. 
Greensboro College for Women 

__MARGARET BAILEY, A.B. 
Winthrop College 

FLORA BEAMAN, A.B. 
University of Chattanooga 

INEZ BROOKS, A.B. 
University of Georgia 

BENJAMIN E. CHAPMAN, B.S. 
Roanoke College 

LUCILLE EDWARDS, A.B. 
Greenville Woman's College 

MARY LOU FULLER, A.B. 
North Carolina College for Women 

MERLE HENDRICKS, A.B. 
Winthrop College 

i.LPH LEWIS, A.B. 
Jniversity of South Carolina 

ALICE L. LOWE, A.B. 
Meredith College 

AGNES ADGER MANSFIELD, A.B. 
Converse College 

W. D. PERRY, A.B. 

University of North Carolina 

ADRIENNE RICHARDS, A.B. 
Washington College 

HAZEL STEPHENSON, A.B., A.M. 

Salem College 

Columbia University 

JULIA LOUISE SYKES, A.B. 
Greensboro College for Women 

MARGARET VAUGHN, A.B. 
Salem College 

EVE YOUNG, A.B. 

Shorter College ■- 



DEPARTMENT OF SOCIAL SCIENCE 

GLADYS E. MOORE, A.B. 

University of Minnesota 

Harvard University 



Page fourteen 



ROBERT T. ALLEN, Jr., A.B. 
Tusculum College 

TALKER BARNETTE, A.B., A.M. 
University of North Carolina 

ANNIE MAE HOBBS, B.S. 
Radford Teachers College 

CHARLOTTE E. HUNTER, A.B. 
Agnes Scott College 

TRFNE JONES, B.S. 

Greenville Woman's College 

ELIZABETH LUMPKIN, A.B. 
■ ' " Salem College 

MARGARET LUMPKIN, A.B. 



Georgia State College for Women 

GERTRUDE REID SMITH, A.B. 
Duke University 

J. R. WELLS, A.B. 
University of North Carolina 

DEPARTMENT OF MATHEMATICS 

CLAUDE REUBEN JOYNER, A.B. 
Jniversity of North Carolina 

ANNIE BOYD BULLOCK, A.B. 
Jniversity of North Carolina 

MYRTLE DOBBINS, B.S. 

Cadford Teachers College 

__SA&AH MINOR GWYNN, B.E. 
North Carolina College for Women 

W. H. LEGGETT, A.B. 
■« Davidson College 

RUTH McCOLLUM, B.S. 
Guilford College 

MAUD MILLER 
North Carolina College for Women 

KENNETH M. PETERS, A.B. 
Emory and Henry College 

KATHERINE ROGERS, A.B. 
Winthrop College 




CHARLES L. SEEBECK, Jr., A.B. 
College of Charleston 

LAURA WILL SMITH, B.S. 
Georgia State College for Women 

SARAH OLIVE SMITH, B.S. 
Guilford College 

J. T. UNDERWOOD, A.B. 
William and Mary College 

DEPARTMENT OF LANGUAGE 

ANNIF P RFSTOM HEILIG, A.B. 
North Carolina College for Women 

S. M. EDDLEMAN, A.B., A.M. 
University of North Carolina 

ELIZABETH WATSON GIBBS, A.B. 
North Carolina College for Women 



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MART HA J. LOGAN, A.B. 
Agnes Scott College 



FAYE MARTIN, A.B. 
North Carolina College for Women 

DOROTHY MAYES, A.B. 
North Carolina College for Women 

JESSIE RICHARDSON, A.B. 

Flora McDonald College 
University of North Carolina 

PAULINE LOIS WHITLEY, A.B. 
Oxford College 

DEPARTMENT OF SCIENCE 

^ R. S-J rlALTIWANGER, B.S. 
Davidson College 
Graduate Work at University of North Carolina 

^_RYLAND M. WARREN, B.S., M.S. 
University of Virginia 
University of Iowa 

W. S. BUCHANAN, B.S. 
Davidson College 

FRANCES HUGHES, B.S. 
Harrisonburg State Teachers College 

^__CARL C. KNOX, A.B. 
— ~~ Trinity College 

__JESSJE LEGGETT, A.B. 
Flora McDonald College 

FLOSSIE MARTIN, A.B., B.S. 

Salem College 

Columbia University 

COMMERCIAL DEPARTMENT 

ANNA LULA DOBSON, B.C.S. 
' Eastman College 

RUTH A. FORD, B.C.S. 

Bowling Green Business University 

Louisiana State Teachers College 

GRACE L, FOSTER 
Ward-Belmont 

MARY HUGGINS, B.S. 
Bowling Green Business University 

BESS IVEY, A.B. 

Salem College 

Eastman Col lege 

GARNET T KELLY 
North Carolina College for Women 
Roanoke National Business College 

(TK RTRTinF Pfl TNCF. A , R A A 
Bowling Green Business University 

FRANCES REDNICK, B.S. 

Texas State College for Women 

Columbia University 

HESSIE. WATTS, A.B., M.A. 
Duke University 



ge sixteen 



_ _DONN YE WORLEY 
Peabody College 
Palmer School 
Zaner Bloser 

DEPARTMENT OF HOME ECONOMICS 

KATHERINE MATHER, B.B. 
Michigan State Normal College 

HELEN CLAYTON, B.S. 
North Carolina College for Women 

DOROTHY FORSYTHE, B.S. 
Peabody College 

EMILY PHILLIPS, B.S. 
University of Tennessee 

ELIZABETH RAGIN, B.S. 
Winthrop College 

CAFETERIA DEPARTMENT 

ROSA TINDER, B.S. 
Flarflsonburg Slate Teachers College 

RUTH HELMICK, B.S. 
SaTem College 

DEPARTMENT OF ART 

EVERETT E. LOWERY, Ph.B. 
University of Chicago 

MARION LEIGER, B.S. 
Syracuse University 

DEPARTMENT OF MUSIC 

NILS BOSON 

Northwestern University 
New England Conservatory of Music 

ALICE BOBBIT, B.M. 
Greenville College for Women 

KATHARINE DA VIS, A.B. Music Diploma 
Salem College 

r. r> K TTTSP.HTTMSKT 

Columbia School of Music 

VIRGINIA LOWRANCE, B.M. 
Greensboro College for Women 

DEPARTMENT OF PHYSICAL EDUCATION 

L. W CROWELL 
Springfield College 

EVELYN BOWERS 
Harrisonburg State Teachers College 

RALPH _F . W. BRIMLEY, B.S. 
North Carolina State College 

WILMOT DOAN, B.S. 
Harrisonburg State Teachers College 

KATHERINE W. MICKS, B.S. 
Virginia State Teachers College 



Page seventeen 



DEBORAH OWEN, A.B. 
Winthrop College 

DEPARTMENT OF INDUSTRIAL ARTS 

J. WARREN SMITH, B.S. 
Miami University 

FREDERICK ELRICK, B.S. 

Kansas State Teachers College 

C. R. FAW 
Oak Ridge 

F. L. HALVERSON 
Stout Institute 

MILLARD JACKSON, Diploma in Manual Arts 
Eastern Illinois State Teachers College 

D. W. KISSEL 
Stout University 

BENJAMIN E. SCHMIDT, B.S. in Education 
Eastern State Teachers College 

INTRODUCTORY HIGH SCHOOL 

FANNIE MECUM, A.B. 
North Carolina College for Women 

NORA LEE SYDNOR 
Fredericksburg State Teachers College 

LIBRARIANS 

MRS. FRANK H. KOOS, A.B. 

Oberlin College 

University of Minnesota 

Columbia University 

MRS. CARL BASS, A.B., M.A. 

Salem College 

Columbia University 

DORA RUTH PARKS, A.B. 

North Carolina College for Women 

ELIZABETH C. SMITH, A.B. 
North Carolina College for Women 

OFFICE ADMINISTRATORS 

HELEN CRADDOCK 
Secretary 

RUTH COOKE 

Clerical 

JOSEPHINE BAILEY 

Clerical 



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Class of January 
1930 

Colors: Purple and Gold Flower: Jonquil 

Motto: He conquers who conquers himself. 

OFFICERS 

L. P. Tyree President 

Donald Plaster . . . . . . . . . Vice-President 

Frances Charles Secretary 

Roger Harper Treasurer 

CLASS DAY OFFICERS 

Geraldine Griffith . Historian 

William Bach Testator 

Frances Wilkinson and Nannie Brown Prophets 

George Killian Poet 



Page nineteen 




WILLIAM E. BACH 

Scientific 

Called "Bill" 

Is "Discerning" 

Library Page (1), Hi-Y Club (4), National 

Honor Society-Vice Pres. (4), Class Testator 

(4), House of Representatives (4). 



RUBY AULENA BRANDON 

Commercial 

Called "Cico" 

Is "Unruffled" 

Ye Merrie Steno Club (3), English Club (1,2). 



MARY LOUISE BRASWELL 

Commercial 

Called "Lou" 

Is "Conservative" 

Cashier's Club (2), Spanish Club (3, 4). 

Cafeteria Club (3, 4), Dramatic Club (4), W. 

A. G. Club (4), Reporter (4), May Day (3), 

Vice Pres. Spanish Club (3, 4). 



NANNIE LUCILLE BROWN 

Commercial 

Called "Spunk" 

Is "Admirable" 

Salesmanship Club (3, 4), Dramatic Club (4), 

W. A. G. Club-Pres. (4), Mathematics Club 

(2), Spanish Club (2, 3, 4), Home Economics 

Club (2, 3), Cashier's Club (2, 3, 4). 



RUTH BROWN 

Modern Language 

Called "Sam" 

Is "Stylish" 

Athletic Assn. (1, 2), Dramatic Club (2, 4), 

College Club (4), Magazine Club (3), Latin 

Club (1). 



ELIZABETH JANE BURKE 

General 

Called "Lib" 

Is "Thoughtful" 

Clemmons High School (1, 2, 3), French Club 

(4). 



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HELEN FRANCES CHARLES 

Latin 

Called "Shorty" 

Is "Congenial" 

English Club (1, 2), French Club (3, 4), 

Treas. (3), Dramatic Club (1, 2), Latin Club 

(3), May Day (!, 4), Class Secretary (4), 

Athletic Assn. (1), Girl Scouts (1, 2, 3). 



EDRIE DAVIS CONRAD 
Commercial 
Called "Edrie" 
Is "Serious" 
Athletic Assn. (2), Home Economics (2, 4), 
Dramatic Club (4), May Day (1, 2, 3, 4), 
Typewriting Team (4), Girl Scouts (4), Sales- 
manship Club (4), Pres. Club (4), Cafeteria 
Club (3, 4), Spanish Club (3). 



RICHARD FRANK CRAWFORD 

General 

Called "Mutt" 

7s "Jovial" 

Literary Society (1, 2), Library Page (1), 

Dramatic Club (4), Cashier's Club (2, 3), 

Metric Science Club (3, 4), Cafeteria Club 

(3). 



JOEM DAVIS 
General 
Called "Jo" 
7$ "Kind hearted" 
Debater's Club (1, 2), Spanish Club (3), Dra- 
matic Club (4), May Day (1). 



RUTH M. DAVIS 

Household Arts 

Called "Boots" 

7s "Kindly" 

Swimming Team (1, 2), English Club (3), 

Cashier's Club (2, 4), Home Economics Club 

(2). 



SARA DAVIS 

Latin 
Called "Sara" 
Is "Humorous" 
English Club (1, 2), Dramatic Club (2), Class 
Baseball (1), Varsity (2, 3), May Day (3, 4), 
Girl Scouts (1, 2, 3), G-Hi Club (4), Latin 
Club (2), Class Hockey (1), Athletic Assn. 
(1). 




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MARGUERITE DUNN 
Latin 
Called "Rite" 
Is "Placid" 
Book Lover's Club (1), Latin Club (2), Dra- 
matic Club (4). 



THOMAS A. EARLY, Jr. 

Scientific 

Called "Tom" 

Is "Reliable" 

Metric Science Club (3, 4, 5)- 



MARY ELIZABETH EBERT 

Commercial 

Called "Mary Elizabeth" 

Is "Talkative" 

May Day (4), Dramatic Club (4). 



CHARLOTTE REBECCA FOY 
Commercial 

Called "Watt" 

7s "Peaceable" 
Home Economic Club (2), Salesmanship Club 
(3, 4), Shorthand Club (3, 4), Dramatic 
Club (4), May Day, W. A. G. (4). 



GERALDINE GRIFFITH 

Latin 

Called "Deldee" 

7s "Trusty" 

Latin Club (2), Pres. French Club (4), May 

Day (1, 4), Sec'y. National Honor Society (.4), 

Ula.s riktonan (4). 



ROGER CLARK HARPER 

Science 

Called "Tid-bit" 

7s "Peppy" 

Cashier's Club (2, 3), Metric Science Club 

(3, 4), Pres. (4), Hi-Y Club (4), Treas. 

Class (3, 4), House of Representatives (4). 



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KATHLEEN ELIZABETH HAUSER 

Commercial 

Called "Kathleen" 

Is "Deep" 

Mathematics Club (2, 3), Home Economics 

Club (2, 5), Shorthand Club (3, 4). 



OPAL DAVIS HUMPHRIES 

Commercial 

Called "Opal" 

h "Dignified" 
Glee Club (1), Home Economics Club 
(2, 3, 4), Ye Merrie Steno Club (4), Sec'y 
W. A. G. Club (4), Dramatic Club (4), Class 
Basketball (2), Class Soccer (2). 



HAZEL HUNTER 
Latin 
Called "Hazel" 
7s "Serene" 
Latin Club (2, 3), Tar Heel Club (4), Dra- 
matic Club (4). 



RAY BURKE JOHNSON 

Commercial 

Called "Ray" 

7s "Loyal" 

Literary Society (3, 4), Mathematics Club 

(3), President (3), Cashiers' Club (2, 3), 

Cast "Once In A Blue Moon" (4), Orchestra 

(1), Band (2, 3, 4), Mixed Chorus (3, 4), 

Glee Club (4), Dramatic Club (4). 



ROBERT LEE JOHNSON 
Commercial 
Called "Bob" 
7s "Deserving" 



GEORGE ALEXANDER KILLIAN 
Scientific 
Called "George" 
7s "Efficient" 
Pine Whispers Staff (4), Class Poet (4), Cash- 
ier's Club (4), Black and Gold (4), Track 
Squad (2), Class Soccer (3), Hi-Y (4), Liter- 
ary Society (3, 4), Quill and Scroll, (4). 




Page twenty-three 




FRANCIS KERNER KIMEL 

General 
Called "Francis" 
Is "Calm" 
Aeronautics Club (3). 



JACOB DANIEL KIMEL 

Industrial 

Called "J. D." 

h "Good-looking" 

Art Club (4, J), Sec'y (4). 



ELSIE RUTH LOGGINS 

Commercial 

Called "Ruth" 

7s "Knowing" 

Spanish Club (3, 4), Dramatic Club (4), 

Home Economics Club (4), National Honor 

Society (4), House of Representatives (4), 

May Day (3), Cafeteria Club (3, 4), Member 

Extra-Curricular Activities (4). 



BERTIE MAE MADISON 
Commercial 
Called "Bertie Mae" 
7s "Serious-Minded" 
May Day (1, 3), Girl Scouts (1, 4), Sales- 
manship Club (4), Home Economics Club (2), 
W. A. G. Club (4), Dramatic Club (4), 
Typewriting Team (4), Cafeteria Club (3, 4), 
Spanish Club (3). 



FRANCES ANGELINE MARTIN 
Latin 
Called "Frank" 
7s "Fashionable" 
Student Council (4), Glee Club (4), Dra- 
matic Club (2, 4), Mixed Chorus (4), Ath- 
letic Association (1, 2), College Club (4), 
Magazine Club (2, 3), Latin Club (1), Tennis 
(1). 



ANNE RHEA MASLIN 

Latin 

Called "Anne" 

Is "Gracious" 

Athletic Association (1, 2, 3), Girl Scouts 

(1, 2, 3, 4), Magazine Club (1), Library Page 

(2), G-Hi (1, 2, 3, 4), Class Basketball 

(1, 2, 4), Varsity (3), Varsity Tennis (2, 3), 

Class Hockey (1, 2), Class Baseball (2, 3), May 

Day (2, 3, 4), House of Representatives (3), 

Class Soccer (3), Varsity Soccer (3), Cafeteria 

Club (2), Varsity Track (3). 



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LOU DILLARD NISSEN 
Latin 
Called "Lou" 
Is "Philanthropic" 
Athletic Assn. (1, 2, 4), Girl Scouts (1, 2, 
5, 4), Magazine Club (1), G-Hi Club (4), 
Class Basketball (2, 3, 4), Class Baseball 
(2, 3), Varsity Swimming Team (3), Dra- 
matic Club (2), May Day (2, 3, 4), Class 
Hockey (2), French Club (3, 4), Class Soccer 
(4), Varsity Soccer (3), Class Track (2), Class 
Tennis (2). 



IONE ARRINGTON PERRY 

General 

Called "Tony" 

Is "Diligent" 

Orchestra (1, 2, 3, 4), Winston-Hi Players 

(3), Student-Y Club (3, 4), French Club (2), 

Pine Whispers Staff (3, 4), G-Hi Club (4). 

Black and Gold Staff (4). 



DONALD C. PLASTER 

Science 

Called "Donald" 

Is "Courageous" 

Scrub Football (1, 2), Varsity (3, 5), Varsity 

Basketball (3), Cashier's Club (3, 4, S), Vice 

Pres. (5), Treasurer (3). 



MARJORIE PLEASANTS 

General 

Called "Margie" 

7s "Desirous" 

Girl Scouts (1, 2), G-Hi (1), Student-Y (1). 



FRANCIS E. RAPER 

Science 

Called "Francis" 

Is "Generous" 

Literary Society (1, 2, 3, 4), Metric Science 

Club (3, 4), Hi-Y (2, 3, 4), Spanish Club 

(3). 



ANNIE LOUISE REID 

Commercial 

Called "Louise" 

Is "Accomplished" 

Shorthand Club (3), Home Economics Club 

(2). 




Page twenty-five 




TERESA RUFF 

Latin 

Called "Tree" 

7s "Eligible" 

Girl Reserves (1, 2), Book Lover's Club (1), 

Latin Club (2), Dramatic Club (4), Student 

Y (4). 



CLARA OPHELIA SCOTT 

Latin 

Called "Mike" 

7s "Original" 

Baseball (1, 2, 3), Soccer (3, 4), Latin Club 

(2, 3), Pres. (3), Dramatic Club (1, 4), Tar 

Heel Club (4), Athletic Assn. (2, 3). 



EDWARD A. SHEPPARD 

Science 

Called "Ed" 

7s "Discriminating" 



EDWINA SNYDER 

Latin 
Called "Weenie" 
7s "Light-hearted" 
English Club (1, 2), Latin Club (3), French 
Club (3, 4), Reporter (3), Vice Pres. (4). 
Girl Scouts (1, 2), May Day (1 ? 2), House of 
Representatives (4). 



JAMES CHESTER SPRINKLE 

Latin 

Called "Chester" 

7s "Laughable" 

Literary Society (1), Class Soccer (1), Varsity 

Soccer (1, 2, 3), Monogram Club (3, 4), Class 

Baseball (1, 2, 3, 4). 



ELIZABETH STEADMAN 

Latin 

Called "Lib" 

7s "Retiring" 



Page twenty-six 



GEORGE P. STONE 

Latin 

Called "George" 

Is "Indulgent" 

F-Y (1), Hi-Y (2, 3, 4), French Club (2, 3), 

Baseball (2, 3), Soccer (2, 3), Class Baseball 

(2). 



L. P. TYREE, Jr. 
General 
Called "Pete" 
7s "Benevolent" 
F-Y (1), Hi-Y (2, 4), French Club (2), Dra- 
matic Club (4), Tennis Squad (3), Usher's 
Club (4), Cafeteria Club (3), Cashier's Club 
(2, 4), Pres. Class (4), Literary Society (3). 



RURIC HARLAN WADE 

Commercial 

Called "Curly" 

h "Bland" 

Cashier's Club (1). 



MARY RUTH WAGONER 

Modern Language 

Called "Ruth" 

Is "Trustworthy" 

Class Soccer (2), French Club (4). 




Page twenty-seven 




WILLIS ZEB WEST, Jr. 

General 

Called "Zeb" 

Is "Genial" 

Football (2, 3, 4, 5), Cape. (5), Baseball (3), 

Gym Team (1, 2), Monogram Club (3, 4, 5), 

Class Volley Ball (1, 2), Class Basketball 

(I, 2), Class Soccer (1), Literary Society 

(1, 3). 



FRANCES WILKINSON 

Latin 

Called "Lamb" 

Is "Poised" 

G-Hi (1, 2, 3, 4), Cashier's Club (2), May 

Day (2), Class Prophet (4). 



GEORGE WOOTEN 

Scientific 
Called "George" 
Is "Temperate" 



RUTH VIOLA ZIGLAR 
Commercial 
Called "Ruth" 
Is " Ac cord able" 
Salesmanship Club (3, 4), Ye Merrie Steno 
Club (3), House of Representatives (4), Dra- 
matic Club (4), Typist for Pine Whispers (4), 
Pen Art Club (1, 2), Home Economics Club 
(3, 4), Mathematics Club (2), Typewriting 
Team (4), Typewriting Championship Class C 
(4), May Day (2), Vice Pres. W. A. G. Club 
(4), Girl Reserve (1), Glee Club (1). 



Page twenty-eight 



BLACK AND GOLD 

It's color that weaves the sunset, 
And forms the beauties of earth; 
It's color that governs the destiny, 
Of the wealth of beauties' birth. 

But of the millions in that royal assemblage 
That are passing as beauties do, 
We defy the challenge of others, 
And pride ourselves on two. 

Black is for the troubles that beset us, 

And the bitterness and gloom that we've had; 

For the trials of unhappy endurance, 

And the sorrow that has made us sad. 

But Gold is the symbol of happiness, 
And the joys we've shared that seem, 
As some life that slowly awakens, 
And emerges from the depths of a dream. 

It combined the best and worst together, 
Of all that life can hold, 
When Wisdom selected our colors, 
To be those of the Black and Gold. 

— George A. Killian. 



Page twenty-nine 



HISTORY 




Class of January, 1930 

N THE NIGHT OF JANUARY 26, 1926, the curtain of the Richard J. Rey- 
nolds Auditorium rose slowly and disclosed to the expectant audience of 
mothers and fathers a group of one hundred and thirty-six self-conscious little 
darlings who were realizing the greatest event yet to occur in their young lives, 
their graduation from grammar school! Sixty-five girls and sixty-nine boys 
that night arose to receive their diplomas which opened to them a new and 
fascinating world. 

The first year passes quickly and by the time we became Sophomores we had lost 
that feeling of awe which had characterized our Freshman year and had gained a suffi- 
cient amount of the traditional sophistication to win some respect from our upper 
classmen. 

When we became Juniors our erstwhile sophistication grew to be rather than to 
seem to be. With this new energy produced by such inspiring desires we reorganized our 
class. Jarvis Smothers was elected President and Delphine Crump Vice-President. A con- 
stitution was drawn up, our class colors changed to purple and gold and our flower to 
the jonquil. After this sudden burst of class interest had subsided, our attention was 
turned to the arrival of our class rings. 

Near the end of our Junior year we decided to entertain the Seniors at a Hallowe'en 
party. The cafeteria was converted into a veritable abode of witches, black cats, for- 
tune tellers, and clowns. 

Finally we became Seniors. What disappointment was in store for us! We had 
always looked upon Seniors with a sort of awe and reverence. And then we realized 
that Seniors were not so very different from the other students. They did not know 
everything and those much-talked-of Senior privileges simply did not exist! It was a 
disheartening discovery, it is true, but one which is destined to come to all Seniors. 

Our class did not engage in extra-curricular activities to such a great extent, but it 
must be remembered that by the time graduation faced us, we numbered only fifty-three; 
some had gone to other schools, some had decided to take extra work and graduate in 
June, and some had either dropped back to lower grades or had stopped school entirely. 
On the football team we claimed the captain, Zeb West, and Donald Plaster. On the 
Student Council we were represented by Frances Martin and on the "Black and Gold" 
and "Pine Whispers" staffs by George Killian and lone Perry. Edrie Conrad and Ruth 
Ziglar represented our class on the typewriting team. Five from our number, William 
Bach, Ruth Loggins, Frances Wilkinson, Geraldine Griffith, and Margaret Williams were 
elected to membership in the National Honor Society. 

L. P. Tyree was our president during that last and most eventful year. The first big 
event to happen was the winning of the silver cup offered to the class with the highest 
percentage of paid-up subscriptions to "Black and Gold" and "Pine Whispers." Then 
came the "Junior-Senior" where we were the guests of honor. 

Came the night of nights! What a transformation had taken place in the group 
who four years before had begun this adventure which now came to its conclusion! The 
thoughts which occupied the mind of each graduate that night would no doubt fill 
volumes that might be read with interest. But however numerous and varied might 
have been the sentiments of the individuals, there was one emotion prevalent in every 
heart — and that was happiness. Happy to leave our Alma Mater? No, but happy to 
have accomplished our goal and to have ended one phase of our education only to begin 
another vaster and more difficult, but with even a higher goal as its aim. 

— Geraldine Griffith, Historian. 



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IN OUR GAZING GLOBE 

A Prophecy 



Name Wants To Be Will be 

William Bach Professor Writer of theme songs 

Ruby Brandon Secretary Practical Nurse 

Mary Braswell On Conservation Committee . . Tree Sprayer 

Nannie Brown Demonstrator Elephant Trainer 

Ruth Brown Mannequin Globe Gazer 

Elizabeth Burke Parisian Kernersvillianess 

Frances Charles Cyclist Toe Dancer 

Edrie Conrad Delicatessen Proprietor Camp-fire Leader 

Frank Cranford Chorus Boy High Lunch Entertainer 

Joem Davis Beauty Specialist Adviser to Lovelorn 

Ruth Davis Bedtime Storyteller Animal Trainer 

Sara Davis Photographer Matron of Home for Blind Mice 

Marguerite Dunn Librarian Hawaiian Dancer 

Thomas Early Publisher Pictorial Review Salesman 

Mary Elizabeth Ebert Taxidermist Lady Barber 

Charlotte Foy Pacifist Baby Specialist 

Geraldine Griffith Match-maker Head of English Department 

Roger Harper Entomologist Snake Charmer 

Kathleen Hauser High Diver Well Digger 

Hazel Hunter Latin Teacher Circus Performer 

Opal Humphries Opera Star Divorcee 

Ray Johnson Traveling Salesman , Realty Salesman 

Robert Johnson Cartoonist Sign Painter 

George Killian Editor Printer's Devil 

Frances Kimel Aviatrix Deep Sea Diver 

J. D. Kimel Head Usher Lion Tamer 

Ruth Loggins Insanity Expert Cosmetician 

Bertie Mae Madison Psychoanalyst Waitress in Chop Suey Joint 

Frances Martin Philanthropist Clairvoyant 

Anne Maslin Propagandist Inventor of Ice Cold Hot Dogs 

Lou Dillard Nissen Clerical Work Dog Catcher for Anne 

lone Perry Interpreter Chaperon at Hanestown College for 

Women 

Don Plaster Coach of Ping Pong Justice of Peace 

Marjorie Pleasants Keyboard Operator Radio Pianist 

Francis Raper Masher Body Snatcher 

Louise Reid Landlady Bond Saleslady 

Teresa Ruff Book Binder Letter Carrier 

Ophelia Scott Lexicographist Dotter (one who dots) 

Ed Sheppard Oarsman Street Car Conductor 

Edwina Snyder Philosopher Missionary 

James Sprinkle Professional Bowler Chronicler 

Elizabeth Steadman Geologist Pioneer 

George Stone Engineer Persian Gentleman of Leisure 

L. P. Tyree Potter Herdsman 

Harland Wade Poet Quackdoctor 

Ruth Wagoner Bank Teller Gypsy 

Zeb West Grocer Plow Boy 

Frances Wilkinson Hemstitcher Equestrienne 

George Wooten Huckster Gum Digger 

Ruth Ziglar Optometrist Juggler 



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LAST WILL AND TESTAMENT 

Class of January, 1930 

E, THE MID-TERM CLASS of Nineteen Hundred and Thirty, realizing that 
we are in possession of a small but much coveted estate, desiring greatly to 
show our appreciation to those who have aided and been friends to us, and 
wishing to help those who must follow in our steps, do solemnly bequeath 
the following: 

First: To the City of Winston-Salem, we leave our sincere appreciation 
for the many opportunities afforded us. 

Second: To Mr. Moore, and the faculty we extend our everlasting friendship as a 
meager reward for their untiring efforts. 

Third: We wish to leave to the Class of June many hours of hard work on Ameri- 
can problems and also the privilege of taking trigonometry under Mr. Joyner. 

Fourth: To the entire student body we leave several members of our class and we 
will appreciate any courtesies which you offer them. 

Fifth: Also to the student body we leave the honor of the Richard J. Reynolds 
Auditorium and the continuation of Fine Art Speakers. 

Sixth: We leave to our former fellow-classmates the dubious delight of toiling up 
and down the tunnel to Physical Education and the decided pleasure of answering the 
telephone. 

Seventh: Upon the juniors we bestow our seats in study hall, especially the sunny 
ones. 

Eighth: To the June Classes we will the center rows in Chapel and hope that 
their sleep in them will be as deep and refreshing as ours. 

Ninth: We bequeath to the Class of January 1931 the illusions we had concerning 
the Senior privileges. 

Tenth: Mr. Joyner's "cuts" we leave, with the greatest delight to the entire 
student body. 

We do hereby appoint Miss Maud Miller as administrator of our estate. This ap- 
pointment is made in consideration of the excellent management she has given us 
throughout our last semester and our graduation. 

In witness whereof, we, the Class of Nineteen Hundred and Thirty, do set our seal, 
this, the twenty-fourth day of January, 193 0. 

(Signed) 

William Bach, Testator. 



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Class of June 
1930 



Colors: Red and White 



Flower: Red Rose 



Motto: "He most lives who thinks 
most, feels the noblest, acts the best." 

OFFICERS 

Jack Singletary President 

John Hines ... Vice-President 

Martha George Secretary 

Charles Hooper Treasurer 

CLASS-DAY OFFICERS 

Faith Brewer Poet 

Elizabeth Jerome Historian 

John Hardie and Whitfield Cobb . ..... Prophets 

Martha Davis Statistician 



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Mascot 



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JANE ABBOTT 
Commercial 
Called "Jane" 

7s "Perspicacious" 
Junior Hi (1, 2), Student Y (3, 4), Class 
Hockey (4), Varsity Soccer (4), May Day 
(3), Athletic Association (4), Class Baseball 
(4), Shorthand Team (4), Typist for Pine 
Whispers and Black and Gold (4), Typing 
Medal (4). 

MARY CHRISTENIA AIDS 
Scientific 
Called "Teeny" 
7s "A Good Sport" 
Varsity Hockey (1, 2, 3, 4), Basketball 
(1, 2, 3, 4), Class Soccer (2, 3, 4), G-Hi 
(3, 4), Athletic Association (1, 2, 3, 4), Hik- 
ing Club (2, 3, 4), Varsity Swimming Manager 
(1), Monogram Club (4). 

VIRGINIA LOUISE ALLEN 
Latin 
Called "Virginia" 
Is "Reserved" 
National Honor Society (4), G-Hi (3, 4), 
Athletic Association (1), President Dixie Lore 
Club (3), Tar Heel Club (4), House of Rep- 
resentatives (4), May Day (3), Library Page 
(4), Student-Y (4). 

MARGARET ELIZABETH ASHBURN 
Latin 
Called "Margaret" 
7s "Wholesome" 
Pine Whispers Staff (3), Editor-in-Chief (4), 
Black and Gold Staff (2, 3), Student-Y Club 
(3, 4), Pres. (4), House of Representatives 
(2), Quill and Scroll Society (4), Dixie Lore 
Club (2), Playwris;hter's Club (4), Latin Club 
(1), Rhymster's Club (3), Library Page (1), 
G-Hi Club (2, 3, 4), Girl Scouts (1, 2, 3, 4), 
Monogram Club (3, 4), Class Hockey 
(1, 2, 3), Varsity (3), Hiking Club (3), Class 
Basketball (3), Class Soccer (1, 2, 3), Class 
Track (2, 3), Athletic Assn. (I, 2, 3, 4), 
May Day (2, 3), Senior Marshall (3), Cafe- 
teria Club (4), Class Tennis (1), Class Base- 
ball (3). 

KATHLEEN AUSTIN 

Commercial 

Called "Kat" 
7s "Naive" 
Cafeteria Club (4), Pen Art Club (1), Glee 
Club ( 1 ) , May Day ( 1 , 2 ) , Class Hockey ( 1 ) , 
Varsity Soccer (3), Class Basketball (I, 2, 
3, 4), Varsity Track (1, 2, 3, 4), Class Base- 
ball (2, 3), Athletic Assn. (2, 3, 4), Class 
Swimming (4), Monogram Club (4). 

PAUL CORNELIUS BAILEY 

Commercial 

Called "Paul" 

7s "Carefree" 

Cashier's Club (2), Aeronautics Club (4), 

Class Baseball (3). 




Page thirty-five 




HELEN WILKINS BARBEE 

Commercial 

Called "Helen" 

Is "Likable" 

Varsity Track (2, 3), Varsity Soccer (2) 

Salesmanship Club (3), W. A. G. Club (4). 



HELEN ROSS BARBER 

Modern Language 

Called "Hebby" 

Is "Prudent" 

French Club (1), Modern Poetry Club (2), 

Student Y Club (4), College Club (4), Girl 

Scouts (3). 



RUBY ELIZABETH BARTON 

Commercial 

Called "Ruby" 

Is "Deliberate" 

Dixie Lore Club (2), Magazine Club (4), 

Debater's Club (3), Salesmanship Club (3), 

Class Baseball (2). 



GAMMEL DAVID BATES 
Scientific 
Called "Foxy" 
Is "Versatile" 
Varsity Football (3, 4), Varsity Basketball 
(3, 4), Scrub Football (1, 2), Class Baseball 
(1, 2, 3, 4), Student Council (3), Treasurer 
Class (1), Monogram Club (4), Class Basket- 
ball (1, 2), Literary Society (2, 3, 4). 



DONALD G. BENBOW 

Industrial 

Called "Don" 

h "Sensible" 

House of Representatives (4), Chairman Lost 

and Found (4) . 



MARY OLLIE BILES 

Latin 
Called "Merolly" 
Is "Impulsive" 
Athletic Association (3, 4), Pine Whispers Edi- 
torial Staff (4), Business Staff (4), Varsity 
Soccer (3, 4), G-Hi (3, 4), Class Hockey 
(3, 4), Class Basketball (3), Class Baseball 
(3, 4), Class Track (3), Dixie Lore Club (3), 
Sec'y (3), French Club (4), National Honor 
Society (4), Quill and Scroll Society (4), Cast 
"Gratitude" (4), May Day (3, 4), Class Ten- 
nis (4), Varsity Tennis (4), Vice Pres. Stu- 
dent Y (4). 



Page thirty -six 



MARY PEARL BLACKBURN 
Commercial 
Called "Pearl" 
7s "Lively" 
Magazine Club (4), Sec'y, Treasurer (4), Span- 
ish Club (3), Pen Art Club (1). 



NANCY ALVERTA BOWLES 

General 

Called "Alverta" 

Is "Complaisant" 

Pen Art Club (1), Dramatic Club (4), Dixie 

Lore Club (2), Magazine Club (4), Home 

Economics Club (3). 



LOUISE ALLEN BOYER 

Modern Language 

Called "Louise" 

Is "Ready" 

Girl Scouts (1, 2), Class Track (2), Home 

Economics Club (2, 3), Athletic Association 

(1 ), Mathematics Club (2 ), Class Baseball (1), 

Hiking Club (1, 2), College Club (4). 



FAITH LUCILLE BREWER 

Latin 

Called "Poet" 

Is "Talented" 
Latin Club (1, 2), Black and Gold Staff 
(2, 3, 4), Managing Editor (4), Pine Whispers 
Staff (3, 4), Feature Editor (4), Athletic 
Assn. (I, 2, 3, 4), Varsity Track (2, 3, 4), 
Capt. (3), Manager (4), Student-Y Club 
(3, 4), Senior Marshall (3), May Day (2, 3), 
French Club (2, 3), Dramatic Club (1, 4), 
Hiking Club (3), Girl Scouts (1, 2, 3, 4), 
Class Basketball (3), Class Baseball (2, 3), 
Class Hockey (1, 2), Varsity (3, 4), Quill and 
Scroll (4), Playwrighter's Club (4), Debater's 
Club (1), French Club (2, 3). 



LEWIS K. BREWER 

Scientific 

Called "Lou" 

Is "Industrious" 

Varsity Soccer (4), Literary Society (1, 2, 3), 

Class Soccer ( 1 , 2 ) . 



INEZ BRINKLEY 

Latin 

Called "Inez" 

Is "Resolute" 

Athletic Association (1), Class Basketball 

(1, 2, 3), Class Baseball (1, 2), Spanish Club 

(1, 3), Sec'y (3), Modern Poetry Club (2), 

Girl Scouts (2, 3, 4), Class Soccer (1, 2), 

Hiking Club (1, 2). 




Page thirty-seven 




INEZ GALE BRITTON 
Commercial 
Called "Inez" 
Is "Meek" 
Bass Junior High, Atlanta, Ga. ( 1 ) , Harris- 
burg, Miss. (2), Commercial High School, At- 
lanta, Ga. (3), Home Economics Club (4). 



BOWMAN BROOKBANK 

General 

Called "Bowman" 

Is "Mannerly" 

Literary Society (1, 2, 4), Salesmanship Club 

(3), Wrestling Squad (3), Glee Club (3). 



J. M. BROWN, Jr. 

Scientific 

Called "Buck" 

Is "Unassuming" 

Class Baseball (2, 3), Literary Society (4). 



ROBERT LEE BROWNLOW 

Scientific 

Called "Bob" 

Is "Brisk" 

Literary Society (1, 2), Aeronautics Club (3), 

Scrub Football (3). 



ARNOLD H. BURGIN 
General 
Called "Tiny" 
Is "Undisturbed" 
Band (1, 2, 3), Class Soccer (I, 2), Class 
Volley Ball (1), Literary Society (1, 2), Met- 
ric Science Club (3), Hi-Y (4), Cafeteria 
Club (4). 



LOIS BURNS 

Commercial 

Called "Billy" 

Is "Reliable" 

Athletic Assn. (4), Pen Art Club (2), Varsity 

Baseball (1, 2, 3, 4), W. A. G. Club (4), 

Capt. Class Hockey (4), Class Basketball (4), 

Varsity Soccer (4), May Day (2, 3). 



Page thirty-eight 



C. M. CAMPBELL, Jr. 

General 

Called "Mac" 

Is "Scientific" 

Literary Society (1), Metric Science Club 

(3, 4), Aeronautics Club (3), Wrestling (4), 

Track (1), Latin Club (2). 



EUGENE TALMAGE CAMPBELL 

General 

Called "Gene" 

Is "Determined" 

Children's Home (1, 2), Class Baseball (3). 



CATHERINE VERA CARTER 

General 

Called "Catherine" 

7s "Earnest" 

Tar Heel Club ( 1 ), Cafeteria Club (1,2,3,4), 

Vice Pres. (4), Latin Club (2), Vice Prcs. 

Spanish Club (4), Mathematics Club (3), 

Sec'y and Pres. 



ROSANELLE CASH 

Latin 

Called "Rosie" 

Is "Good-All-Rotmd" 

Latin Club (1), Cashier's Club (1), Athletic 
Assn. (2, 3, 4), Mathematics Club (2), Var- 
sity Hockey (3, 4), Class Soccer (2, 3, 4), 
Basketball (3, 4), Varsity (4), Class Hockey 
(3,). Hiking Club (3, 4), Monogram Club 
(3, 4), Secretary (4), G. Hi Club (2, 3, 4), 
National Honor Society (4), Black and Gold 
Staff (1, 2, 3, 4), Editor-in-Chief (4), Pine- 
Whispers Staff (4), May Day (2, 3), Rhym- 
ster's Club (3), Senior Marshall (3), Cafeteria 
Club (4), Quill and Scroll Society (4), Class 
Baseball (4), Tennis (4). 



GRACE CASSTEVENS 

Commercial 

Called "Cass" 

Is "Proficient" 

Cashier's Club (1, 4), Dixie Lore Club (2, 3), 

Cast "Once In a Blue Moon" (3), Glee Club 

(3), G. Hi Club (4). 



GEORGE WALLACE CHANDLER, Jr. 
General 
Called "George" 
Is "Competent" 
President Student Body (4), Secretary (3), 
President Sophomore Class (2), Vice Pres. Jun- 
ior Class (3), Hi-Y Club (3, 4), Aeronautics 
Club (3), Metric Science Club (4), Cashier's 
Club (1). 




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NONA ALYLEE CHARLES 

Commercial 

Called "Alylee" 

Is "Affectionate" 

Class Hockey (1, 2, 3), Captain (3), Varsity 

(3, 4), Class Soccer (2, 3, 4), Varsity (2), 

Class Basketball (2), Varsity (2, 3, 4), Class 

Baseball (2, 3), Captain (2), Varsity (3, 4), 

Manager (4), Class Track (2, 3, 4), Varsity 

(2), Class Tennis (3, 4), Class Swimming 

(4), Treas. Monogram Club (4), Athletic 

Assn. (2, 3, 4), Student-Y (3, 4), G-Hi 

(3, 4), V. Pres. Dixie Lore Club (2), Hiking 

Club (3, 4), Girl Scouts (3). 



MYRTICE V. CLINARD 

Commercial 

Called "Myrtice" 

7s "Vigorous" 

Athletic Assn. (1, 2, 3, 4), Cashier's Club (4), 

Varsity Track (1, 2), Varsity Baseball (3, 4), 

Class Soccer (4), Class Hockey (4), Tennis 

(4), Class Track (1), Pen Art Club (1). 



WHITFIELD COBB 

General 

Called "Hosses" 

Is "Mentally Gifted" 
Art Club (2), Aeronautics Club (3), Usher's 
Club (3, 4), Hi-Y Club (3, 4), Black and 
Gold Art Staff (1, 2, 3), Pine Whispers Business 
Staff (4), Sec'y Treas. Radio Club (4), Treas. 
National Honor Society (4), Debating Club 
(1), Treas. Student Council (2). 



ELSIE COCHRANE 
Latin 
Called "Elsie" 
Is "Vivacious" 
Athletic Association (1, 2, 3, 4), Class Hockey 
(1), Soccer (1), Dixie Lore Club (1), Debat- 
er's Club (2), Dramatic Club (2, 4), Cast 
"Eligible Mr. Bangs" (4), Glee Club (1). 



HERBERT COE 

Special Arts 

Called "Herbert" 

Is "Genteel" 

Glee Club (2, 3, 4), Mixed Chorus (2, 3, 4), 



Track (1, 2, 4). 



EVELYN DAVIS CONRAD 

Commercial 

Called "Tig" 

Is "Sparkling" 
Sec'y Dixie Lore Club (2), Athletic Assn. (2), 
Varsity Baseball (1, 4), Salesmanship Club (3), 
Cafeteria Club (3), College Club (4), Class 
Baseball (1), Girl Scouts (3), May Day (2, 3). 



Page forty 



Varsi t y 
(2, 3, 4), 



Monogram Club (1, 2, 
Literary Society (2, 3) 



CLAUDE N. COOK 
General 
Called "Claude" 
7s "All-State" 
aseball (1, 2, 3, 4), Basketball 
Captain (4), Football (2, 3, 4), 
3, 4), President (4), 



WILLIAM McRAY COVINGTON 

General 

Called "Mac" 

7s "Distant" 

Glee Club (2, 3), Mixed Chorus (3), Band 

(4), Salesmanship Club (3). 



WALTER JAMES CRATER 

Commercial 

Called "Walt" 

7s "Irresponsible" 

Salesmanship Club (3), Literary Society (4) 

Aeronautics Club (4). 



THELM A IRENE CREWS 

Latin 

Called "Sis" 

7s "Acquiescent" 
Mathematics Club (2), Spanish Club (4). 



JOSEPH LEE CRUTCHFIELD 
Commercial 
Called "Joe" 
7s "Unconcerned" 
Band (1, 2, 3, 4), Literary Society (2), Aero- 
nautics Club (3). 



MILDRED CURLEY 

Commercial 

Called "Tissey" 

7s "Gentle" 

Home Economics Club (1, 2), Baseball (1, 2), 

Athletic Association. 




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DOROTHY DAVIS 

Latin 

Called "Dot" 

7s "Flirtatious" 

Dramatic Club (4), Debater's Club (2, 3), 

Athletic Association (1). 

ELVA MARTHA DAVIS 
Latin 
Called "Martha" 
Is "Popular" 
Athletic Assn. (1, 2, 3, 4), Class Sec'y (1), 
Senior Marshall (4), Varsity Hockey (2, 3, 4), 
Class Soccer (1, 2, 3, 4), Varsity Basketball 
(2, 3, 4), Manager (4), Class Tennis (1, 2), 
Class Baseball (1, 2, 3, 4), Varsity Swimming 
(1, 2, 3, 4), Manager Training (3), Dixie 
Lore Club (1), Debater's Club (2), Cashier's 
Club (3, 4), Student Y (3, 4), Hiking Club 
(4), Monogram Club (3, 4), V. Pres. Stu- 
dent Body (4), Dramatic Club (4), Cast 
"Patsy" (4), Cast "The Eligible Mr. Bangs" 
(4), Cast Seventeen" (3), Black and Gold 
Staff (4). 

EMILY NELL DAVIS 

Commercial 

Called "Nell" 

7s "Just" 

Athletic Association (1), Glee Club (2, 3), 

Mixed Chorus (2, 3), Cashier's Club (4), Pen 

Art Club (1), Cast "Once in a Blue Moon" 

(3), Cast 'Cherry Blossoms" (3), W. A. G. 

Club (4), Varsity Track (1, 2), May Day (2). 

ETHEL GRAY DAVIS 

Commercial 

Called "Et" 

Is "Attentive" 

Pen Art Club (1), Glee Club (1, 2, 3), 

W. A. G. Club (4), Dramatic Club (4), 

Shorthand Pin (3), Typewriting Pin (4), May 

Day (2). 

INEZ V. DAVIS 

Household Arts 

Called "Nez" 

7$ "Winning" 

Mixed Chorus (2, 3, 4), Glee Club (2, 3, 4), 

Cast "Once in a Blue Moon" (3), Iolanthe (2), 

Magazine Club (1, 2), Class Baseball (1), 

Class Soccer (1, 2), Pen Art Club (2, 3), 

Dramatic Club (2, 4). 

KATHERINE ELISE DAViS 
Latin 
Called "Kit" 
Is "Sunny" 
Athletic Assn. (1, 2, 3, 4), Asst. Sec'y (2), 
Sec'y (3), Pres. (4), Dixie Lore Club (1), 
Varsity Hockey (2, 3, 4), Varsity Basketball 
(2, 3, 4), Class Soccer (1, 2, 3, 4), Varsity 
Swimming (1, 2, 3, 4), Captain (2, 3), Class 
Track (I, 2, 3, 4), Class Tennis (1, 2, 3, 4), 
Class Baseball (1, 2, 3, 4), May Day (2, 3), 
G Hi Club (3), Dramatic Club (2, 4), Sec'y 
(4) Student Y (3, 4), Asst. Treas. (4), Mono- 
gram Club (2, 3, 4), Hiking Club (2, 3, 4), 
Cheer . Leader (3, 4), Senior Marshall (3), 
Cashier's Club (3), Library Page (1, 2), 
Orchestra (2, 3), Art Club (2). 



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SHIPP DAVIS 

Latin 
Called "Speed" 
Is "Accommodating" 
Literary Society (1,2, 3, 4), Football (3, 4) 
Track (1; 2, 4), Cross Country (1), Basketbal 
(4), Hi-Y (3), Library Page (1), Class Vol 
ley Ball (1), Soccer (1). 



CHRISTOPHER JULIUS DAYE 

Commercial 

Called "Chris" 

7s "Cognizant" 

Art Club (1), Debater's Club (2), Track 

(1, 4), Salesmanship Club (3), Varsity Soccer 

(4), Class (3), Monogram Club (4), Class 

Baseball (2, 3), Class Basketball (2), Track 

(3). 



EVELYN MARY DAYE 
Commercial 
Called "Little Daye" 
Is "Capable" 
Dixie Lore Club (1), Class Hockey (1 2 11, 
Manager (4), Soccer (1, 2), Varsity (3, 4), 
Class Basketball (1, 2, 3, 4), Manager (4), 
Class Baseball (1, 2, 3), Class Track (1), 
Varsity (2, 3, 4), Monogram Club (3, 4), 
French Club (2), Pen Art Club (1), May 
Day (2), Shorthand Team (3, 4), W. A. G. 
Club (4), National Honor Society (4), 
O. G. A. Shorthand Pin (3), Athletic Assn. 
(1, 2, 3, 4), Typist for Pine Whispers and 
Black and Gold (4), Glee Club (1), Library 
Page (2), Hiking Club (4). 



JAMES L. DIEHL 
Scientific 
Called "James" 
Is "Sober" 
Literary Society (1, 2), Usher's Club (3), Sec- 
retary (4), Cashier's Club (3), National Llon- 
or Society (4). 



VAN W. DILLON, Jr. 

Latin 

Called "Van" 

Is "Grave" 

Orchestra (1, 2, 3, 4), All-Southern High 

School Orchestra (3), Latin Club (2), Hi-Y 

Club (2, 3), Tennis (3, 4). 



JAMES FRED DIXON 

Commercial 

Called "Razz" 

Is "Firm" 

Salesmanship Club (3), Aeronautics Club (4) 

Library Page (2), Class Basketball (1, 2) 

Class Soccer (3). 




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MARY KATHERINE DIXON 

Latin 

Called "Mary Kate" 

Is "Dutiful" 

Latin Club (2), English Club (4), Student-Y 

(4), May Day (2, 3), Nannie Schley Institute 

(1), Student-Y (4). 



MARY ELIZABETH DOBBINS 
Latin 
Called "Mary Lib" 
Is "True" 
Athletic Association (2, 3, 4), Dixie Lore Club 
(3), French Club (3), Student-Y (4), Girl 
Scouts (4), Class Basketball (3, 4), Class Base- 
ball (3), Class Soccer (4), Class Tennis (3), 
May Day (3), Black and Gold Staff (4), Pine 
Whispers Staff (4), G. Hi (4), College Club 
(4), Quill and Scroll (4), Varsity Track (4), 
Extra-Curricular Activity Committee (4), 
Playwrighter's Club (4). 



J. BEN DONEVANT, Jr. 
Scientific 
Called "Ben" 
Is "Able" 
Literary Society (4), Class Baseball (3), Var- 
sity (3, 4), Salesmanship Club (3). 



ELIZABETH VIRGINIA DOUB 

General 

Called "Lib" 

7s "Charitable" 

Tar Heel Club (I, 4), Mathematics Club (2), 

Cafeteria Club (2, 3), Dramatic Club (4), 

May Day (2, 3). 



LUCILE EBERT 

Commercial 

Called "Lou" 
Is "Silent" 
Class Hockey (3,4), Class Basketball (1, 2, 4), 
Class Baseball (3), Class Tennis (4), Varsity 
Soccer (2, 3, 4), Athletic Assn. (2, 3), 
Dixie Lore Club (2), Home Economics Club 
(3), College Club (4), Secretary Cafeteria 
Club (4), Student-Y (4), Typing Team 
(3, 4), May Day (2, 3). 



ROBERT VANCE EBERT 

Commercial 

Called "Bob" 

1\ "Anient" 

Aeronautics Club (4). 



Page forty-four 



MILDRED ELIZABETH EDGE 
General 

Called "Mickey" 

7s "Sociable" 

Columbia Hi?h School (1, 2, 3), Pres. \V. A. G. 

Club (4), Dramatic Club (4), Athletic Assn. 

(4). 



WILLIAM T. EMMART 
Science 
Called "Bill- 
Is "Girl-Shy" 
Football (1, 2), Varsity Football (3, 4), Track 
(3, 4), Monogram Club (3, 4), Hi Y Club 
(4), Literary Society (1, 2, 3, 4), Cashier's 
Club (3), Pre:ident (4), Class Baseball (3, 4), 



MARY ELIZABETH FAILES 

General 

Called "Lib" 

Is "Volatile" 

Savannah High School (1, 2), Debater's Club 

(3), Spanish Club (3), College Club (4). 



HELEN ELIZABETH FERGUSON 

Commercial 

Called "Helen" 

Is "Frolicsome" 

Pen Art Club (1), President Home Economics 

Club (3), Magazine Club (4), Salesmanship 

Club (3), Class Baseball (4), Class Tennis (4), 

May Day (2), Glee Club (1). 



WILLIAM FETTER 

Scientific 

Called "Bill" 

Is "Observant" 

Scrub Football (3, 5), Boxing (2, 4), Track 

(2, 3). 



EVELYN ELIZABETH FOSTER 

Commercial 
Called "Evelyn" 

Is "Voluble" 
Athletic Association (1, 2), Varsity Soccer 
(1, 2), Class Basketball (3), Home Economics 
Club (4), Class Baseball (2), Class Hockey 
(2), Glee Club (1). 




Page forty -file 




EVELYN FRANCES FRYE 

Scientific 

Called "Eveleen" 

Is "Docile" 

Dramatic Club (4), Home Economics Club 

(4), French Club (2), Athletic Assn. (2). 



GEORGIA MONTANA GANT 
General 
Called "Curly" 
Is "Cordial" 
Dramatic Club (4), Home Economics Club 
(4), Pen Art Club (1), House of Representa- 
tives ( 4 ) . 



MILDRED LOUISE GASS 

General 

Called "Mil" 

7s "Tractable" 

May Day (2, 3), Dramatic Club (4), Home 



Economics Club (4). 



MARTHA ELIZA GEORGE 
Modern Language 
Called "Martha" 
Is "Happy-Go-Lzicky" 
Sec'y Senior Class (4), House of Representa- 
tives, Sec'y. (4), Athletic Assn. (1, 2), Dra- 
matic Club (1, 2, 4), Debater's Club (1, 2, 3), 
Spanish Club (2, 3), Vice Pres. (3), Treas. 
(4), Varsity Baseball (2), Glee Club (4), Mix- 
ed Chorus (4), Cashier's Club (2). 



P. A. GEORGE, Jr. 

General 

Called "P. A." 

Is "Zealous" 

Literary Society (1, 2), Track Team (3, 4), 

Monogram Club (3, 4), Hi-Y Club (2, 3, 4). 



MARGARET GORRELL 

General 

Called "Gorrell" 

Is "Loquacious" 

G-Hi (1, 2, 3, 4), May Day (1, 2, 3), Girl 

Scouts (1, 2), Magazine Club (1, 2), Dramatic 

Club (1, 2), Class Basketball (1, 2), Cashier's 

Club (2), House of Representatives (3), 

French Club, Treas. (2, 3), Athletic Assn. 

(1, 2, 4), Class Swimming (2), Class Soccer 

(2). 



Page forty-six 



ROBERT BENNETT GREENE 

Scientific 

Called "B. G." 

Is "Prankish" 

Melbourne Hi (1, 2), Literary Society (3), 

Hi-Y (4), Track (4), Cashier's Club (3, 4). 



JOSEPHINE WILSON GRIMES 

General 

Called "Jo" 

Is "Staunch" 

Dixie Lore Club (1), Athletic Association 

(2, 3), Class Hockey (2, 3), Class Soccer 

(2, 3), French Club (3, 4), Pres. (3), May 

Day (2), Student-Y Club (4), Dramatic Club 

(4). 



EDNA VIRGINIA GRISHAW 

Commercial 

Called "Buck" 

Is "Unaffected" 

Dramatic Club (4), Home Economics Club 

(4). 



CONNALLY GUERRANT, Jr. 

Scientific 

Called "Curly" 

Is "Handsome" 

Greensboro High School (1, 2), Hi-Y Club 

(3), Literary Society (3, 4), Dramatic Club 

(3, 4), Cast "The Patsy" (4), Track Team 

(3), Metric Science Club (3), Staff of Pine 

Whispers (3). 



HELEN HALL 

General 

Called "Helen" 

Is "Flirty" 

Salem Academy (1, 2), Virginia Intermont 

College (3), Dramatic Club (4). 



HEGE GEORGE LIAMILTON 

Scientific 

Called "Heg." 

Is "Quick-Witted" 

Literary Society (1, 2), Metric Science Club 

(3, 4), Class Soccer (3). 




Page forty-seven 




SPENCER B. HANES, Jr. 





General 






Called "Spencer" 






Is "Magnanimous" 




Hi-Y (2, 


3, 4), Cashier's Club (4), 


Usher's 


Club (4) 


Latin Club (2), Literary 


Society 


(1, 3, 4) 


Dramatic Club (1, 2). 





JOHN LIVINGSTON HARDIE 
General 
Called "Rosy" 
Is "Silver-Tongued" 
Hi-Y (2, 3, 4), Winner Dist. Oratorical Con- 
test (4), Glee Club (2), Mixed Chorus (2), 
Cast "Cherry Blossom" (2), Cast "Once in a 
Blue Moon" (3), Dramatic Club (4), Literary 
Society (2), Scrub Football (3), House of 
Representatives (3), Winner County Oratorical 
Contest (4), Debating Team (4). 



GEORGE FRANKLIN HARTMAN 

Manual Arts 

Called "Curly" 

Is "Gleeful" 

Band (2, 3, 4). 



EVELYN MURIEL HAUSER 
Modern Language 
Called "Evelyn" 
7s "Wistful" 
French Club (1, 2), Varsity Track (1), Cafe- 
teria Club (3, 4), Student-Y (4), Athletic 
Assn. (1), Girl Scouts (4), Class Basketball 
(2). 



DOROTHY RACHEL HEATH 

General 

Called "Dot" 

h "Patient" 

Pen Art Club (1), Student-Y (2), Dramatic 

Club (4), Home Economics Club (4). 



EARLINE ELIZABETH HEATH 
General 
Called "Lene" 
h "Gifted" 
Pres. Pen Art Club (1), Magazine Club (1), 
Art Club (2, 3, 4), Pres. (3), Glee Club 
(2, 3, 4), Girl's Quartet (3), Mixed Chorus 
(2, 3, 4), Vice Pres., Dramatic Club (4), Cast 
''Once in a Blue Moon" (3), Senior Marshall 
(3), Music Contest (3), Graham Art Ex- 
hibit Prize (2nd Place) (3), Library Page 
(1, 2), Cafeteria Club (3), Cashier (1), Pine 
Whispers Staff (4), Black and Gold Staff (4). 



Page forty-eight 



BOYD T. HENDRIX 
Latin 
Called "Boyd" 
Is "Helpful" 
Band (1, 2, 3, 4), Orchestra (1, 2, 3, 4), 
Literary Society (2, 3), Latin Club (2), French 
Club (3), Cashier's Club (2), House of Rep- 
resentatives (3), Manager Basketball (4), Var- 
sity Football (4), Usher's Club (2, 3, 4), Dra- 
matic Club (2), Track (4), Aeronautics Club 
(3), Sec'y of Class (1), H-Y (2, 3), F-Y (1). 



CHESTER R. HERRING 

Scientific 
Called "Check" 
Is "Snare" 
Literary Society (1, 2), Scrub Football (2, 4), 
Aeronautics Club (3, 4), Pres. (3), Vice Pres. 
(4), Class Baseball (2), Class Soccer (2, 3), 
Swimming Team (2, 3). 



ELIZABETH LOUISE HILTS 

Latin 

Called "Lib" 

7s "Studious" 

Girl Scouts (2, 3, 4), G-Hi (4), Dixie Lore 

Club (3), Student-Y (4), French Club (4). 



JOHN D. HINES 

Scientific 

Called "Johnny" 

Is "Astute" 

Wilmington High School (1, 2, 3), Vice Pres. 

Senior Class (4), House of Representatives (4), 

Monogram Club (4), Varsity Football (4). 



OPAL LOLA ELIZABETH HODGES 

Commercial 

Called "Opal" 

Is "Persevering" 

Home Economics Club (4), Cafeteria Club 

(4), Pen Art Club (1), May Day (1, 2). 



DOROTHY ELIZABETH HOLCOMB 

General 

Called "Dot" 

Is "Captivating" 

Athletic Association (3, 4), Magazine Club 

(1), May Day (1, 2), Dramatic Club (4), 

College Club (4), Student-Y (2), Girl Scouts 

(2, 3). 




Page forty-nine 




VIRGINIA LOVE HOLLAND 
Modern Language 
Called "Dolly- 
Is "Faithful" 
French Club (1, 2), Dramatic Club (2, 4), 
College Club (4), Class Basketball (1, 2), Class 
Soccer (3, 4), English Club (1, 2). 



YESSIE LEWIS HONEY 
Commercial 
Called "Yessie" 
Is "Responsive" 
Debater's Club (3), Cashier's Club (2, 3), Lit- 
erary Society (4), Aeronautics Club (4). 



CHARLES M. HOOPER 

Scientific 

Called "Charlie" 

Is "Magnetic" 

Literary Society (1, 2, 3, 4), Vice Pres. (3), 

Pres. (4), Varsity Football (1, 2, 4), Scrub 

(3), Monogram Club (4), Treas. Senior Class 

(4), Cashier's Club (3, 4), Class Baseball (2). 



THOMAS H. HOUCK 

General 

Called "Tommy" 

Is "Willing" 

Salesmanship Club (3), Cafeteria Club (4), 

House of Representatives (4), Speaker Pro-tem 

(4). 



EVELYN BUDFORD HUGHES 

General 

Called "Bud" 

Is "Frank" 

Magazine Club ( 1 ) , W. A. G. Club Vice Pres. 

(4), Dramatic Club (4), Spanish Club (2, 3), 

Class Track (2). 



MAUDE IRVINE HUNTER 

General 

Called "Maude" 

Is "Sweet" 

Dixie Lore Club (1), Tar Heel Club (3), 

French Club (2), Student-Y (4), Dramatic 

Club (4), Magazine Club (4), Girl Scouts (4), 

May Day (2, 3, 4). 



Page fifty 



JOHN A. HUTCHERSON 

General 

Called "Johnny" 

7s "Enthusiastic" 

Latin Club (2, 3), F-Y Club (1), Hi-Y Club 

(2). 



GEORGE C. HUTCHINS 
Commercial 
Called "Red" 
Is "Courteous" 
Cashier's Club (2, 3, 4), Student Council 
(3, 4), Literary Society (1, 2, 3, 4), Debat- 
er's Club (2), Salesmanship Club (3), Hi-Y 
(4). 



GEORGIA ANITA HUTCHISON 

Latin 

Called "Nita" 

Is "Unselfish" 

Athletic Association (2), Latin Club (1, 2), 

Dixie Lore Club (3), Playwrighter's Club (4), 

Cafeteria Club (4), Typewriting Team (3, 4), 

Three Typewriting Pins (3, 4), Girl Scouts 

(1, 2, 4), Student-Y (4), Home Economics 

Club (3), Pine Whispers Staff (4). 



HALLIE MAE JACKSON 

Commercial 

Called "Hal" 

Is "Decorous" 
Debater's Club (1, 2, 3), Home Economics 
Club (3, 4). 



HOWARD GRAHAM JACOBS 

Scientific 

Called "Jake" 

7s "Unostentatious" 

Metric Science Club (3, 4), Cross Country 

Team (4), Monogram Club (4), Usher's Club 

(4), Hi-Y Club (4). 



ISRAEL H. JACOBSON 
Scientific 
Called "Izzy" 
7s "Sharp" 
Literary Society (1, 2, 3), Tennis (3, 4), Met- 
ric Science Club (3, 4), Soccer (4), Cashier's 
Club (2), Tennis (4). 




Page fifty-one 




DAVID F. JAR VIS 

Scientific 

Called "Runt" 

7s "Warbling" 
Literary Society (1), Dramatic Club (I), 
Aeronautics Club (3), Manager Soccer Team 
(5), Monogram Club (5), Cashier's Club (5). 

NAOMI RUTH JARVIS 

Commercial 

Called "Ruth" 

Is "Domestic" 

Athletic Assn. (1, 2), Dixie Lore Club (2), 

Art Club (3), Class Swimming (1), Class 

Hockey (1, 2), Baseball (1), Class Track (1), 

Varsity (2), Home Economics Club (4), Class 

Basketball (1). 

ELIZABETH POLLARD JEROME 

Latin 
Called "Lib" 
7s "Influential" 
Dixie Lore Club ( 1 ) , Press Reporte : ( 1 ) . Li- 
brary Page (1), Athletic Assn. (2, 3, 4), Vice 
Pres. (4), Mathematics Club (2), Cashier's 
Club (2), Class Hockey (2, 3), Varsity (3, 4), 
Class Soccer (2, 3, 4), Mgr. (4), Class 
Basketball (3, 4), Varsity (4), Hiking Club 
(3, 4), Monogram Club (3, 4), Pres. (4), 
G-Hi (2, 3, 4), Vice Pres. (3), Pres. (4), Na- 
tional Honor Society- Vice Pres. (4), Black and 
Gold (2, 3, 4), Pine Whispers, Athletic Edi- 
tor (4), May Day (2, 3), Rhymster's Club 
(3), Senior Marshall (3), Student-Y (4). 

ARTHUR M. JESTER 

General 

Called "Arthur" 

Is "Aeronautical" 

Debater's Club (1), Art Club (2), Band 

(2, 3, 4), Orchestra (3, 4), Aeronautics Club 

(3, 4), Pres. (4), Usher's Club (4), Hi-Y 

(4), State Music Contest (2, 3, 4). 

HAROLD THOMAS JESTER 

Latin 

Called "Horse-collar" 

Is "Thorough" 

Literary Society (1, 2), Band (1, 2, 3, 4), 

Orchestra (4), State Music Contest (1, 2, 3, 4) , 

Brass Quartette (4), "Washington Band Trip 

(2), Hi-Y (2, 3, 4), Sec'y. (4), House of 

Representatives (3), Usher's Club (4), Stunt 

Night (1, 2). 

GAITHER FRED JOHNSON, Jr. 

General 

Called "Gaither" 

7s "Mirthful" 

Metric Science Club (3, 4), Pres. (4), Band 

(1, 2, 3, 4), Orchestra (3, 4), Hi-Y (4), 

Pioneer Club (4), Second Place Bassoon Solo 

State Contest (3 ) . 



Page fifty-two 



GRETCHEN EDWARDS JOHNSON 

General 

Called "Gretchilon" 

7s "Quiescent" 

Charlotte High School (1), French Club (1), 

College Club (4), Studen:-Y (4). 



HELEN VIRGINIA JOHNSON 
Modern Language 

Called "Helen" 

Is "Conscientious" 

Latin Club (2), Mathematics Club (2), Stu- 

dent-Y Club (4), Dramatic Club (4), 

W. A. G. Club (4), Class Soccer (2). 



RAY JOHNSON, Jr. 
Latin 
Called "Ray" 
7s "Garrulous" 
Literary Society (1, 2, 3, 4), Metric Science 
Club (2), Latin Club, Pres. (4), Cast "Seven- 
teen" (3), Class Volleyball (1), Class Soc- 
cer (1), Scrub Football (4). 



THOR MARTIN JOHNSON 

General 

Called "Professor" 

7s "Wordy" 

Cafeteria Club (2, 3, 4), Latin Club (3), 

Cashier's Club (2), All-State Orchestra (2), 

All-Southern Orchestra (3), String Quartette 

(2, 3, 4), Viola Solo State Contest, 2nd Place 

(3), Spanish Club (4), State Music Contest 

(1, 2, 3, 4). 



WILSON JOHNSON 

Scientific 

Called "Red" 

7s "Nice" 

Aeronautics Club (3, 4), Sec'y (3), V. Pres. 

(4), Class Baseball (2, 3). 



MARGARET ISABEL JONES 

Commercial 

Called "Margaret" 

7s "Modest" 

Class Baseball (1), Dixie Lore Club (2), Tar 

Heel Club (4). 




Page fifty-three 




GEORGE MACON JORDAN 

Scientific 

Called "Bud" 

Is "Conversable" 

Dover High School (1, 2, 3). 



MARGUERITE JULIAN 
General 
Called "Marguerite" 
Is "Sportive" 
Dramatic Club (4), Latin Club (1, 2), Eng- 
lish Club (1), Varsity Track (1, 2), Class 
Hockey (1,2), Class Baseball ( 1, 2) , W. A. G. 
Club (4). 



OPAL ELMA KRITES 

Latin 

Called "Opal" 

Is "Unfeigned" 

English Club (1, 4), Glee Club (1), Library 

Page (3), G-Hi (4), Student-Y (4). 



WILSON C. LAMBE 

Scientific 

Called "Sheep" 

Is "Upright" 

Metric Science Club (3, 4), Usher's Club 

(3, 4), Literary Society (1, 2), Cashier's Club 

(1). 



DESSIE LAND 

Commercial 

Called "Dess" 

7s "Jocular" 

Pen Art Club (2), Dixie Lore Club (2), Glee 

Club (3). 



ANDREW BRUCE LEWIS, Jr. 

Scientific 

Called "Dude" 

Is "Plainspokeu" 

Literary Society (2, 3, 4), Freshmen Glee Club 

(!)■ 



Page fifty- four 



HAROLD LEWIS 

Scientific 

Called "Harold" 

Is "Funny" 



OTTO EDWORTH LIIPFERT, Jr. 

Scientific 

Called "Salty" 

Is "Diffident" 
F-Y (2), Hi-Y (3, 4), Metric Science Club 
(3), Literary Society (1, 2), Cashier's Club 
(2). 



DORIS VELMA LINVILLE 
Latin 
Called "Doris" 
Is "Tactful" 
English Club (1, 3), French Club (2, 3), Dra- 
matic Club (4), Sec'y College Club (4), Sec'y 
Class (2), House of Representatives (3), Ath- 
letic Association (1), Cast "Seventeen" (3). 



VIRGINIA ELIZABETH LOVELL 
General 
Called "Lib" 
h "Gratifying" 
Magazine Club (1, 2), Student Y Club (1), 
Dixie Lore Club (2), Dramatic Club (4), 
Class Hockey (1, 2), Class Basketball (1, 2), 
Class Soccer (1, 2), Varsity (2), Athletic As- 
sociation (2), Pen Art Club (2). 



CARLTON BONER LOWDER 

General 

Called "Carlton" 

7s "Energetic" 

Hi-Y Club (4). 



JULIAN L. LOWE 
General 
Called "Runt" 
/.( "Business-Like" 
Sec'y Class (3), Cashier's Club (1, 2, 3), 
Black and Gold Business Staff (4), Literary 
Society (1, 2), Dramatic Club (3), Aeronau- 
tics Club (3). 




Page fifty-five 




JOHN K. LOWREY 

General 

Called "John" 

h "Droll" 

Spanish Club (3), Cast "Once in a Blue Moon" 

(3). 



JACK MANNING 

Scientific 

Called "Jack" 

7s "Alert" 

F-Y (1), Hi-Y (2, 3, 4), Sec'y Aeronautics 

Club (3, 4), Sec'y Literary Society (4), Track 

Squad (4), Cross Country Team (4), Speaker 

Pro. Tem. of House of Representatives (4), 

Monogram Club (4), Usher's Club (3, 4). 



MARY JANE MANNING 

General 

Called "Jane" 

Is "Trim" 

Athletic Association (1, 2), Sec'y French Club 

(3, 4), Dixie Lore Club (3), Latin Club (1), 

Mathematics Club (2), Dramatic Club (4). 



EARLE C. MARTIN 

Scientific 

Called "Slim" 

Is "Polite" 

Dramatic Club (2, 3), Metric Science Club 

(4), Electrical Club (2), Class Basketball 

(1, 2). 



VIRGINIA MASLIN 
Latin 
Called "Dinny" 
7s "Genuine" 
Athletic Association (1, 2, 3, 4), Dixie Lore 
Club (1), Class Hockey (1, 2), Varsity Soc- 
cer (3), Class Basketball (1, 2, 3), Varsity 
Basketball (3, 4), Class Tennis (2), Varsity 
Swimming (2), Class Baseball (1, 2), Mono- 
gram Club (3, 4), V. Pres. (4), Cashier's 
Club (2, 4), Sec'y (2), G-Hi (2, 3, 4), Class 
Track (1), May Day (2, 3), Hiking Club 
(3, 4). 



RUBY V. MICKEY 

Commercial 

Called "Ruby" 

Is "Discriminative" 

Glee Club (1), Class Soccer (2), May Day 

(2, 3), Dramatic Club (4), Spanish Club (4), 

Home Economics Club (3), Swimming Team 

(4), English Club (3). 



Page fifty-six 



SYLVIA MILLER 
Commercial 
Called "Slive" 
Is "Graceful" 
Debater's Club (1, 2), Glee Club (1), Dra- 
matic Club (4), Art Club (3), Magazine 
Club (2), May Day (1, 2). 



MARGARET ELEANOR MITCHELL 
Commercial 

Called "Margaret" 
Is "Merry" 
Salesmanship Club (3), Home Economics Club 
(4), May Day (1, 2, 3). 



DABNEY VON K. MOON 

Latin 

Called "Dabney" 

Is "Sagacious" 

Mathematics Club (2, 3), Literary Society (4), 

Tennis (3), Hi-Y (2, 3, 4), National Honor 

Society (4). 



WILLIAM W. MOONEY 

General 

Called "Bill" 

Is "Easy-Going" 

Literary Society (1, 2), Cashier's Club (2, 3), 

Latin Club Sec'y (2), Mathematics Club (2). 



GLADYS PAULINE MORGAN 

General 

Called "Gladys" 

7s "Affable" 

Class Basketball (4), May Day (3), Typing 

Award (4), Dramatic Club (4), Art Club (4). 



HARRY EDWARD MYERS 

Industrial Arts 

Called "Harry" 

Zs "Fair" 

Cashier's Club (1, 3), Salesmanship Club (3) 




Page fifty-seven 




MELBA CLEO MYERS 

Commercial 

Called "Melba" 

Is "Unpresnmpfuous" 

Salesmanship Club (3), Home Economics Club 

(4), May Day (2). 



THOMAS E. MYERS 

Industrial Arts 

Called "Thomas" 

Is "Bashful" 

Cashier's Club (2). 



MARY LOUISE NADING 
General 
Called "Mary" 
Is "Feminine" 
French Club (3, 4), Pres. (4), Athletic Asso- 
ciation (3), Cast "Once in a Blue Moon" (3), 
May Day (3), Latin Club (1), Dixie Lore 
Club (3), G-Hi (4), Mathematics Club (2), 
Mixed Chorus (4), Glee Club (4). 



ESTHER LOIS NAFF 

Modern Language 

Called "Lois" 

7s "Demure" 

Mount Olive High School (1, 2), French Club 

(3, 4), Home Economics Club (3), Glee Club 

(4), Mixed Chorus (4). 



JAMES E. NAYLOR 

Scientific 

Called "Jim" 

Is "Substantial" 

Literary Society (1, 2, 3). 



HELEN FRANCES NUNN 

General 

Called "Frances" 

Is "Artistic" 

Dixie Lore Club (1, 2), Dramatic Club (1), 

French Club (3), Class Hockey (4), Class 

Basketball (4), Library Page (1, 2, 3), Girl 

Scouts (1, 2, 3, 4), Student-Y (4), May Day 

(2, 3), Class Baseball (3), College Club (4), 

Class Tennis (4), Athletic Association (4). 



Page fifty-eight 



Literary 
Track ( 



REID A. NUNN, Jr. 
General 
Called "Reid" 
Is "Obliging" 
Society (1, 3), Scrub Football (4), 
), Tennis (2), Cast "Seventeen" (3), 
Cast "Eligible Mr. Bangs" (4), Dramatic Club 
(4), Hi-Y Club (4), Usher's Club (4), Class 
Volley Ball (1), Black and Gold Business Staff 
(4), Library Page (1). 



KATHERINE HOFFMAN NUTTING 
General 
Called "Teddy" 
7s "Jolly" 
Latin Club (2, 3), G-Hi Club (3, 4), Glee 
Club (3, 4), Mixed Glee Club (3, 4), Fresh- 
man Glee Club (1), Class Tennis (2), Class 
Soccer (2, 3, 4), Orchestra (2, 3), Dramatic 
Club (2), English Club (2), Class Hockey 
(2, 3), Varsity (3, 4), Class Basketball 
(2, 3, 4), Varsity (3), Class Baseball (1), 
Varsity (1, 2, 3, 4), Hiking Club (4), Ath- 
letic Assn. (1, 2, 3, 4). 



AGNES O'HARA 

General 

Called "Agnes" 

Is "Winsome" 

Class Hockey (1), Dramatic Club (1, 2, 4), 

Spanish Club (4), English Club (2). 



JOSEPH R. OWEN, Jr. 
Industrial Arts 

Called "Joe" 

Is "Impenetrable" 

House of Representatives (3, 4), Boxing (1! 



JOSEPHINE MAY OWEN 
General 
Called "Jo" 
U "Whimsical" 
Salem, Va., High School (1), Roanoke High 
School (2), Asheville High School (3), Dra- 
matic Club (4), Athletic Assn. (4), Play- 
wrighter's Club (4), Student-Y (4), Cast "The 
Patsy" (4), Cast "Surpressed Desires" (4). 



MARTHA LOUISE OWEN 
General 
Called "Molly O." 
Is "Agreeable" 
Athletic Acsn. (2, 3, 4), Class Hockey (2, 3), 
Class Soccer (2), Varsity Soccer (3), Dixie 
Lore Club (1), French Club (3, 4), Vice Pres. 
(4), Dramatic Club (4), May Day (2), Hik- 
ing Club (2). 




Page fifty-nine 




RUBY MARGARET PARRTSH 

Commercial 

Called "Ruby" 

Is "Womanly" 

Dixie Lore Club (2), Salesmanship Club (3), 

Home Economics Club (4), College Club (4). 



LUCILE PASCHAL 

Latin 

Called "Lucille" 

Is "Modish" 

Athletic Association (1, 2, 3, 4), Girl Scouts 

(1), Dixie Lore Club (1), Debater's Club (3), 

Dramatic Club (4), Senior Marshall (3), May 

Day (2), Hiking Club (1), Book Lover's Club 

(2), Student-Y (2). 



EDNA INEZ PATTERSON 
General 
Called "Pat" 
7s "Sprightly" 
Art Club (2, 3, 4), Pen Art Club (1), Eng- 
lish Club (2). 



ANNIE PEOPLES 

Commercial 

Called "Annie" 

Is "Kind" 

Home Economics Club (4), Dramatic Club 

(4), May Day (2). 



FRANK WILSON PERRY, Jr. 

Latin 

Called "Frank" 

Is "Clean" 

Hi-Y (4), Usher's Club (3, 4), Chief Usher 

(4), Band (2, 3, 4), Latin Club (3), Pres. (3). 



ELBERT H. PETRIE, Jr. 

Science 
Called "Pete" 
Is "Harmonic" 
Band (1, 2, 3, 4, 5), Orchestra (1, 2, 3, 4), 
Hi-Y (3, 4), 1st place French Horn Solo, 
State Contest (4), Brass Quartet (2, 3, 4), 
All-State Orchestra (3), All-Southern Orches- 
tra (4), Cast "Iolanthe" (2), Cast "Once in a 
Blue Moon" (4), Library Page (3, 4). 



Page sixty 



DEWITT PFAFF 

General 

Called "Dee" 

Is "Witty" 

land (1), Literary Society (1, 2). 



CHARLOTTE EARLINE PHILLIPS 
Latin 
Called "Charlotte" 
7s "Breezy" 
Athletic Association (1, 2, 3, 4), Dramatic 
Club (2, 4), Tar Heel Club (1), Debater's 
Club (2), Cast "Seventeen" (3), Cast "Grati- 
tude" (4), Latin Club (2). 



ROY E. PHILLIPS 

General 

Called "Roy" 

Is "Exonerative" 

Literary Society (1, 2), Metric Science Club 

(2, 3, 4), Treas. (3), Orchestra (2, 3, 4), 

Cross Country (1, 4), Scrub Basketball (1), 

Debating Club (2), Class Baseball (1,2), Class 

Volley Ball (2), Class Soccer (1, 2), State 

Music Contest (2, 3, 4). 



MARTHA WASHINGTON PICKARD 

Latin 

Called "Martha" 

Is "Tranquil" 

Glee Club (1), Dramatic Club (2, 4) 

W. A. G. Club (4). 



FRANKLIN SEARLE PINNIX 

General 

Called "Frank" 

Is "Drowsy" 

Dramatic Club (4), Spanish Club (2, 3). 



CELIA PLOTKIN 

Commercial 

Called "Celie" 

Is "Reticent" 

House of Representatives (2), O.G.A. Pin (3), 

Typing Pin (4), May Day (2) , Sec'y. W. A. G. 

Club (4), Typist for Pine Whispers and Black 

and Gold (4). 




Page sixty-one 




Cashier's Club 
Athletic Assn. 



DOROTHY LOIS POOLE 

Latin 

Called "Dot" 

Is "Bubbling" 

(1), Book Lover's Club (1), 

(3, 4), Modern Poetry Club 
(2), Girl Scouts (I, 2, 3, 4), G-Hi (3, 4), 
French Club (3, 4), Student-Y (3, 4), Cast 
"Once in a Blue Moon" (3), Cast "Seventeen" 
(3), Cast "Suppressed Desires" (4), Pine, Whis- 
pers Staff (4), Class Basketball (3, 4), Base- 
ball (3), Varsity Track (3, 4), Class Hockey 
(4), Dramatic Club (4), Library Page (4). 



ALBERT G. PRITCHETT, Jr. 
General 
Called "Ab" 
7s "Athletic" 
Latin Club (2), Scrub Footba 
(4), Scrub Basketball (3), Varsity (4 
sity Track (4), Hi-Y (4). 



(3), Varsity 
), Var- 



FRED C. RICH 

Scientific 

Called "Fred" 

7s "Creditable" 
Class President (2), Library Club (1), Track 
Squad (4), Cashier's Club (1). 



ROLAND MILTON RICHMOND 

Scientific 

Called "Roland" 

7s "Intense" 

Literary Society (1, 2), Metric Science Club 

(3, 4), Usher's Club (4), Hi-Y (4), Cashier's 

Club (1). 



HAZEL IRENE ROMINGER 

Commercial 

Called "Hazel" 

7s "Flippant" 

Pen Art Club (1, 2), Home Economics Club 

(3), May Day (2, 3), W. A. G. Club (4), 

Glee Club (1, 2). 



CLAUDE EDWARD SCOTT, Jr. 

General 

Called "Ed" 

7s "Daring" 

Central High School, 111. (1), Freshman Track 

( 1 ) , Library Page ( 1 ) , Class Baseball ( 1 , 2 , 3 ) , 

Class Track (2, 3), Varsity (3, 4), Literary 

Society (1, 2, 3, 4), Class Basketball (2, 3). 



Page sixty-two 



HARRY BREWER SHAW 

Scientific 

Called "Doc" 

Is "Shie/iish" 

Scrub Football (1, 2), Wrestling (2), Track 
(3), Literary Society (1, 2, 3), Pres. Metric 
Science Club (4), Sec'y House of Representa- 
tives (3), Hi-Y Club (4), Salesmanship Club 
(4), Cheer Leader (4). 



SARAH LOUISE SHEETS 

Commercial 

Called "Louise" 

Is "Amicable" 

Art Club (4), Dramatic Club (2, 4). 



MARVIN VAUGHN SHELTON 

Commercial 

Called "Shorty" 

7s "Nimble" 

Monogram Club (3, 4), Salesmanship Club 

(3), Soccer Team (3). 



FRANKLIN W. SHERRILL 

Scientific 

Called "Frank" 

Is "Contented" 

Band (1, 2, 3), Debater's Club (2). 



ISADORE SHEVICK 

Scientific 

Called "Izzy" 

Is "Shrewd" 

Treas. Latin Club (4), Tennis (3, 4). 



FRANK BUTLER SHUMATE 

Latin 

Called "Buck" 

Is "Good-N atured" , 

Glee Club (1), Literary Society (2), Cashier's 

Club (3, 4), Monogram Club (4), Varsity 

Soccer (4). 




Page sixty-three 




JOHN I. SINGLETARY 

General 
Called "Jack" 
Is "Understanding" 
Glee Club (1), Literary Society (1, 2, 3), Dra- 
matic Club (4), Playwrighter's Club (4), 
Cast "The Patsy" (4), Cast "Gratitude" (4), 
Staff Black and Gold (2, 3, 4), Pine Whispers 
(3, 4), Usher's Club (3, 4), Cafeteria Club 
(1, 2, 3), Hi-Y (2, 3, 4), Pres. (2), Pioneer 
Club (4), Extra Curricular Activities Com- 
mittee (3), House of Representatives (2, 3), 
Cashier's Club (1, 2, 3), Quill and Scroll (4), 
Pres. of Class (4). 



MARY ISABELLE SINK 

Latin 
Called "Mary" 
Is "Sincere" 
Athletic Association (2, 3, 4), Girl Scouts 
(2, 3, 4), National Honor Society (4), Var- 
sity Track (3), Class Basketball (4), Class 
Baseball (2, 3, 4), Class Tennis (3, 4), Cast 
"Seventeen" (3), Dramatic Club (4), G-Hi 
(4), Asso. Editor Black and Gold Staff (4), 
Pine Whispers Staff (4), Senior Marshall (3), 
Sec'y. and Pres. French Club (3), Sec'y. Maga- 
zine Club ( 1 ) , Pres. Dixie Lore Club ( 3 ) , 
May Day (3), College Club (4), Quill and 
Scroll (4), Class Soccer (3). 



BERKLEY C. SKINNER, Jr. 

General 

Called "Berk" 

Is "Waggish" 
Scrub Football (1, 2), Glee Club (1, 2), Mixed 
Chorus (1, 2), Literary Society (1, 2, 4, S, 6), 
Pres. (6), Class Soccer (1), Hi-Y (1, 2), 
French Club (3), Staff Black and Gold (6), 
Cheer Leader (4). 



DAVID JAMES SMITH 

Industrial Arts 

Called "Lefty" 

Is "Agile" 

Monogram Club (3, 4), Varsity Baseball 

(1, 2, 3, 4). 



JANICE HELEN SMITH 

Latin 

Called "Reddish" 

Is "Gay" 

Athletic Assn. (1, 2, 3, 4), Dixie Lore Club 

(1), Sec'y Latin Club (2), Varsity Swimming 

(1, 2, 3, 4), Dramatic Club (2, 4), Tar Heel 

Club (4), Class Soccer (2, 4). 



JUANITA MAE SMITH 

Commercial 

Called "Juanita" 

Is "Straight-Forward" 

Dramatic Club (4), Home Economics Club 

(4), Athletic Association (4). 



Page sixty-four 



RUBY HELEN LEE SMITH 

General 

Called "Ruby" 

Is "Candid" 

Girl Scouts (1, 2, 3), Class Soccer (1), Class 

Hockey (1), Latin Club (1, 2), Dramatic 

Club (4), W. A. G. Club (4), Glee Club (1), 

May Day (1), Hiking Club (1). 



WILEY GERNER SMITH 

Scientific 

Called "Shrimp" 

7s "Optimistic" 

Cashier (2), Class Soccer (2), Varsity Soccer 

(3) Monogram Club (3, 4). 



THERON SNIDER 

General 
Called "Theron" 

Is "Handy" 
(1), Art Club (1, 2, 3, 4), 
, Declamation ( 1 ) , Glee Club 
(2, 3, 4), Mixed Chorus (2, 3, 4), Black 
and Gold Staff (2, 3, 4), Boy's Quartette 
(3), Mixed Quartette (3), Dramatic Club (4), 
Pine Whispers Staff (4), Cast "The Patsy" (4), 
Cast "Death Comes to Sonia" (4), Cast "Once 
in a Blue Moon" (3 ). 



Class Boxing 
Treas. ( 4 ) 



FULTON SAMUEL SNYDER 

Commercial 

Called "Snitter" 

Is "Plucky" 

Aeronautics Club (4). 



MARION L. SNYDER 

Scientific 

Called "Fungi" 

Is "Comical" 

Literary Society (1, 2, 3), Band (5, 6), Metric 

Science Club (4, 5, 6), V. Pres. (J), Scrub 

Football (4). 



WILLARD ZIGLAR SOUTHERN 
Scientific 
Called "Sticks" 
7s "Far-Sighted" 
Hi-Y (1, 2, 3, 4), Metric Science Club (2, 3), 
Literary Society (1, 2), Varsity Basketball 
(3, 4), Tennis (2, 3, 4), Monogram Club 
(2, 3, 4), Scrub Football (3, 4), Class Basket- 
ball (1, 2), Class Baseball (4), Cross Country 
(1). 




Page sixty -five 




NANCY LOUISE SPARKS 

Commercial 

Called "Louise" 

7s "Pensive" 

Pen Art Club (1, 2), Home Economics Club 

(4), Glee Club (2), May Day (1, 2, 3). 



ALMA STEIN 

Latin 

Called "Mammy" 

Is "Chatty" 

Thomasville Baptist Orphanage (1, 2, 3 V2 ) . 



GLENORA ELIZABETH STEWART 

General 

Called "Glenn" 

7s "Immaculate" 

Pen Art Club (1), Cafeteria Club (4), Home 

Economics Club (4), Glee Club (1). 



HAZEL STEWART 

General 

Called "Hazel" 

Is "Animated" 

Class Track (1), Home Economics Club (1, 4), 

May Day (1), Shorthand Club (3). 



ALICE JOSEPHINE STIPE 

General 
Called "Jo" 
7$ "Resourceful" 
Athletic Assn. (2, 3), Girl Scouts (3, 4), 
Cashier's Club (2), Debater's Club (1), Cafe- 
teria Club (4), College Club (4), Class Basket- 
ball (3), Pine Whispers Staff (4), Black and 
Gold Staff (4), Quill and Scroll (4), Student-Y 
(4). 



JOSEPH HENRY STOCKTON 

Scientific 

Called "Joe" 

7s "Hard-Working" 

Literary Society (1, 2), Cashier's Club (2), 

Metric Science Club (3, 4), Treas. (4), Usher's 

Club (4), Hi-Y (4), Tennis (4). 



Page sixty-six 



MARGARET MILLS STOCKTON 

Modern Language 

Called "Margaret" 

h "Glib" 

Athletic Association (1, 2), Spanish Club 

(1, 2), Hiking (1), Glee Club (1, 2, 3, 4). 



COLIN STOKES, Jr. 
Latin 
Called "Colin" 
Is "Roguish" 
Business Manager Black and Gold (4), Literary 
Society (2), Hi-Y (3, 4), Tennis (3, 4), Ush- 
er's Club (4), Student Council (3, 4). 

MARIAN LEE STOVALL 

General 

Called "Marian" 

Is "Lady-Like" 

Latin Club (1, 2), Home Economics Club (3), 

College Club (4), Cafeteria Club (3, 4), Girl 

Scouts (2, 3), French Club (3), Cashier's 

Club (2). 

ALICE STRATTON 
General 
Called "Yankee" 
7s "Square" 
Athletic Assn. (1, 2, 3, 4), Ass't Sec'y (3), 
Varsity Basketball (2, 3, 4), Captain (4), Var- 
sity Swimming (2, 3, 4), Manager (4), Var- 
sity Track (1), Class Basketball (1), Class 
Baseball (1, 2, 3, 4), Tennis (1, 2, 3, 4), 
Varsity Hockey (2, 3, 4), Class Soccer 
(1, 2, 3, 4), Dixie Lore Club (1), Girl Scouts 
(1, 2, 3), Senior French Club (2, 3), Dramatic 
Club (4), Student-Y (3, 4), Sec'y (4), May 
Day (2, 3), Senior Marshall (3), Monogram 
Club (2, 3, 4), Hiking Club (2, 3, 4), Cheer 
Leader (4), Cashier's Club (3), Library Page 
(1, 2). 



HAZEL DELPHINE SWAIN 
General 
Called "Hazel" 
Is "Exceptional" 
Class Basketball (1, 2), Capt. (1), Varsity 
(3, 4, 5), Dramatic Club (5), English Club 
(2, 3), Varsity Track (1, 2), Varsity Base- 
ball (4), Varsity Hockey (5), Athletic Assn. 
(1, 2, 3, 4, V), Studcnt-Y (S), Girl Scouts 
(4), May Day (3, 4), Monogram Club (5). 

ROBERT TERCLIUS TAVIS 

General 

Called "Rob" 

Is "A Musician" 

Band (2, 3, 4), Salesmanship Club (3), Mixed 

Chorus (2, 3, 4), Glee Club (2, 3, 4), House 

of Representatives (2), Cast "Once in a Blue 

Moon" (3) Dramatic Club (2), All-Southern 

Chorus (3), State Music Contest (2, 3, 4). 




Page sixty-seven 




\V. G. TENNILLE, Jr. 
General 

Called "Billy" 

Is "Taciturn" 
Literary Society (1, 2, 3), Latin Club (4), 
Track (1, 2, 4), Monogram Club (4), Cross 
Country Team (4), Basketball (2, 4), Usher's 
Club (4), Hi-Y (4), Tennis (2, 4), Library 
Page (1), Class Volleyball (2), Class Baseball 
(1, 2), Class Basketball (2), Varsity Track 
(4). 



GILMER C. THOMAS, Jr. 
General 
Called "G. C." 
7s "Accommodative" 
Glee Club (1, 2, 3, 4), Track (3, 4), Swim- 
ming (1, 2), Literary Society (1, 2, 3), Dra- 
matic Club (4), Cast "Dolly Varden" (2), 
Cast "Once in a Blue Moon" (3), Cast "Patsy" 
(4). 



MARY LOUISE THOMAS 

General 

Called "Mary" 

Is "Exuberant-Spirited" 

Athletic Assn. (1, 2), Dramatic Club (1, 2, 4), 

Tar Heel Club (4), Latin Club (2), Class 

Soccer (1). 



HAROLD W. THOMPSON 

General 

Called "Harold" 

Is "Active" 

Track (4), Aeronautics Club (4). 



CAROLYN ELIZABETH THORNTON 
General 
Called "Carolyn" 
Is "Lovable" 
Girl Scouts (1), Dixie Lore Club (1), Ath- 
letic Assn. (1), French Club (3), Library 
Page (1), Pine Whispers Staff (4), Student- Y 
(4), Dramatic Club (4), Black and Gold Staff 
(4), Playwrighter's Club (4), Mixed Chorus 
(4). 



ELLA MAE TILLOTSON 

Commercial 

Called "Ella" 

Is "Steady" 

Dramatic Club (4), May Day (2). 



Page sixty-eight 



HERMAN FRANCIS TRIVETTE 
Scientific 
Called "Herman" 
Is "Joyful" 
Literary Society (1, 2), Metric Science Club 
(3, 4), Treas. (4), State Champion Cross- 
country Team (4), Hi-Y (4), Monogram Club 
(4), Track (4). 



FRANCES CAMERON TUCKER 
General 
Called "France" 
Is "Frivolous" 
Athletic Association (1, 2, 3, 4), Class Hockey 
(1), Girl Scouts (1), Dixie Lore Club (1), 
Hiking Club (1), Debater's Club (2), Dra- 
matic Club (4), Senior Marshall (3), May Day 
(2, 3 ) , Playwrighter's Club (4) , Varsity Swim- 
ming (3, 4), Class Baseball (3), Glee Club 
(1), Student-Y (2). 



EMILY MARGARET TURNER 

Commercial 

Called "Em" 

Is "Steadfast" 
Pen Art Club (1), W. A. G. Club (4), Na- 
tional Honor Society (4), Shorthand Team 
(3, 4), May Day (2), Glee Club (1), Short- 
hand Pin (3), Cashier's Club (3), French Club 
(2), May Day (2). 



LAWRENCE W. TUTTLE 
Commercial 
Called "Goofy" 
Is "Gentlemanly" 
Salesmanship Club (3), Typewriting Team 
(3, 4), House of Representatives (4), Type- 
writing Medals (4). 



R. G. TUTTLE 

Scientific 

Called "Tutt" 

Is "Musical" 

Band (2, 3, 4), Glee Club (2), Mixed Chorus 

(2), Cast "Once in a Blue Moon" (3). 



CHRISTINE TYSOR 

Commercial 

Called "Christine" 

Is "Appealing" 

Debater's Club (1, 2, 3), Dramatic Club 

(1, 2), Cashier's Club (1), College Club (4), 

Glee Club (3), Cafeteria Club (4), Varsity 

Baseball (1), May Day (2). 




Page sixty-nine 




DORIS FAITH VERNON 
Commercial 
Called "Doris" 
Is "joyous" 
Glee Club (1), Pen Art Club (I), Class Base- 
ball (2, 3), W. A. G. (4), Dramatic Club (4), 
Typing Team (4), Shorthand Pin (3), Typing 
Pin (4), May Day (2). 



KARL S. VICKERS 

Scientific 

Called "Cocky" 

Is "Skillful" 

Scrub Football (1), Literary Society (1, 2), 

Cashier's Club (1, 3, 4), Metric Science Club 

(3, 4), Track (4). 



WILLIAM G. VINSON 

General 

Called "Chevrolet" 

Is "Considerate" 

Metric Science Club (3, 4), Usher's Club (4), 

Hi-Y (3, 4), Vice Pres. (4), Literary Society 

(1, 2). 



ROBERT H. WALKER 
General 
Called "Bob" 
7s "Sedate" 
Orchestra (2, 3, 4), Band (1, 2, 3, 4), All- 
Southern Orchestra (3), Class Baseball (2). 



DAISY KATHLEEN WALL 

Commercial 

Called "Curly" 

Is "Independent" 

May Day (1, 2), Dramatic Club (4), Home 

Economics Club (4). 



JENNINGS L. WARNER 

Scientific 

Called "Lucky" 

Is "Warm-Hearted" 

Cashier's Club (4), Glee Club (1). 



Page seventy 



MARGARET E. WEATHERMAN 

General 

Called "Margaret" 

Is "Saucy" 

Magazine Club (1, 2), Athletic Assn. (2, 3), 

Dramatic Club (4), Cast "Once in a Blue 

Moon" (3), Glee Club (2, 3), Mixed Chorus 

(2, 3), Senior Marshall (3), Varsity Soccer 

(3), Art Club (4), May Day (2, 3). 



FRANCES CHRISTINE WEAVER 

Commercial 

Called "Frances" 

Is "Mild" 

Dixie Lore Club (1), Tar Heel Club (3) 

Home Economics Club (4), Typing Pin (4) 



CHRISTINE ELEANOR WEST 

Commercial 

Called "Christine" 

7s "Comely" 

Cashier's Club (3, 4), Cast "Seventeen" (3), 

Student Council (4), House of Representatives 

(2, 3), Dramatic Club (4), Home Economics 

Club (3), Dixie Lore Club (2). 



HELEN WESTMORELAND 

General 

Called "Helen" 

Is "Attractive" 

Dramatic Club (4), Athletic Assn. (2), Latin 

Club (2), Varsity Swimming (1, 2, 3), Stu- 

dent-Y Club (4). 



ALBERT WHARTON 

Scientific 

Called "Judge" 

Is "Casual" 

Literary Society (1, 2, 3), Scrub Football 

(1, 2), Scrub Baseball (3, 4), Mgr. Football 

(5), Scrub Basketball (J), Spanish Club (2), 

Hi-Y (2), F-Y (1). 



BEN SHEPPARD WILLIS 

Latin 

Called "Bennie" 

Is "Intellectual" 

Literary Society (1, 3), French Club (2, 3), 

Track (1), Basketball (3), Treas. Class (2), 

Pres. Class (3), Usher's Club (3, 4), Chief 

Usher (4), Business Mgr. Pine Whispers (4), 

Hi-Y Club (3,4), Treas. (4), National Honor 

Society (4), Mgr. Varsity Baseball (4). 




Page seventy-one 




FRANKLIN WILSON 
Latin 
Called "Frank" 
Is "Solemn" 
Literary Society (1, 2, 3, 4), Tennis (2, 4), 
Football (3, 4), Latin Club (4), Class Base- 
ball (1, 2), Volleyball (2), Class Soccer (1), 
Wrestling (4). 



GORDON D. WILSON 

Scientific 

Called "Gordon" 

Is "Shieky" 

Hi-Y (2, 3, 4), Literary Society (I, 



2, 3), 



Metric Science Club (4), Usher's Club (3, 4). 



NELLIE A. WILSON 
Commercial 
Called "Nell" 
h "Apt" 
Glee Club (1), Class Baseball (1), Shorthand 
Team (3, 4), Typewriting Medal (4), Home 
Economics Club ( 3 ) , W. A. G..Club (4), Dra- 
matic Club (4). 



RUTH ELEANOR WOLFE 

General 

Called "Rufus" 

/.( "Incomprehensible" 

Mt. Airy High School (1, 2, 3), Class Hockey 

(4), College Club (4). 



Page seventy-tuo 



KATHLEEN WOLFF 
Commercial 
Called "Kat" 
7s "Dexterous" 
Glee Club (1), Home Economics Club (2), 
W. A. G. Club (4), Class Baseball (2), Typ- 
ing Team (4), Dramatic Club (4), Typing 
Medal (4). 



EUNICE KERSEY WRAY 
Modern Language 
Called "Une" 
7s "Assiduous" 
Spanish Club (1), Athletic Assn. (1, 2), Eng- 
lish Club (1, 2), French Club (4). 



GRACE O. WRIGHT 

Latin 

Called "Grace" 

7s "Quiet" 

Girl Scouts (2, 3, 4), G-Hi (4), French Club 

(4), Dixie Lore Club (3), Student-Y (4), 

May Day (3). 



ANNA LEE YARBROUGH 
General 
Called "Annie Lee" 
7s "Chic" 
May Day (3, 4), Home Economics Club, Dra- 
matic Club (4), House of Representatives (4), 
Glee Club (4). 




Page seventy-three 



HIGH SCHOOL AT NIGHT 

The cool dim tang of darkness 
Melted into white moonlight 
And patterned the ground with shadows 
Lacy, black and white. 

The school stood real and stark 
Among the haunted pines 
Where a million half ghosts lingered 
Met at memory's shrine. 

Shadowy figures shimmered 
By the sundial, by the door 
Then the bell jagged the silence 
Flashing "Hurry, next floor." 

Over in the Auditorium 
The band a melody played 
Then misty figures crossed the stage 
And old loved speeches made. 

The long empty halls beckoned. 
Low busy sounds seeped out 
From behind closed doors 
A rustling stir about. 

In the rooms they talked together 
All in a whispered roar, 
They said again the same things 
That they had said before. 

A pungent smell of cooking food. 
Rose up and, softly stealing, 
Brought once again in memory 
The old, old hungry feeling. 

Down on the field — far off 

A ghostly whistle blew 

In frenzied throats, joy tightened 

Wild shrieks tore through, and through 

"Black and Gold of W. H. S. 

Rah! Rah! We're proud of you!" 

— Faith Lucille Brewer. 



Page seventy-four 



AMERICAN PROBLEM OUTLINE 



NO. 

THE SENIOR CLASS OF 1930 



II. 



Family 

A. John Cly . 

B. George Chandler . 

C. Bennie Willis . 

D. Jack Singletary 

Dependency 

A. Miss Myrtle Dobbins 

B. Miss Flossie Martin 

C. Mrs. A. S. Beaman 

D. Miss Ruth Ford . 



President of Freshman Class 

President of Sophomore Class 

President of Junior Class 

President of Senior Class 



Class Sponsor— 1926-27 
Class Sponsor — 1927-28 
Class Sponsor— 1928-29 
Class Sponsor — 1929-3 



III. 


Crime 






A. History 


• outlines 




1. 


including this one 




2. 


digesting Literary Digests 




B. Examinations 




C. Spelling 






D. No senior privileges 




1. 

2. 


lost library passes 
hall guards 


IV. 


Negro 






A. Winning Negro Project and $100 

B. Thanksgiving turkeys 


V. 


Immigration 






A. Freshmen 




1. 


socks 




2. 


knickers 




3. 


valentine boxes 




B. Sophomores 




1. 


stockings 




2. 
3. 


long pants 
billets doux 




C. Juniors 






1. 

2. 


high heels 
plus fours 




3. 


crushes 




D. Seniors 






1. 


ankle length dresses 




2. 
3. 


polo shirts 
dates 


■'age 


seventy-five 





VI. Taxation 



VII. 



VIII. 



IX. 



X. 



XI. 



A. Class Dues $.50 

B. Senior picture $2.50 

C. Junior-Senior expenses $.75 (estimated) 

D. Homeroom parties $.5 (average) 

E. New evening dresses 

F. Dates 

G. Unknown quantity of pens, pencils, paper, ink, fountain pens, books 
H. Cosmetics and chewing gum 

Peace Movement 

A. Junior-Senior 



1. 



2. 
3. 
4. 



tulips 

a. pasty fingers 

b. red, yellow, blue, green crepe paper 
windmills of Holland 

dutch caps, shoes, and ice cream 
baby pictures 



B. Senior Gift 

Conservation 

A. Conservation of Human Life 

1. kid day 

B. Conservation of Plant Life 

1. planting dogwood around school in sophomore year 

C. Conservation of Beauty 

1. clean-up-campus campaign 

Money and Banking 

A. "Seventeen" 

1 . Purpose 

a. to finance Junior-Senior 

2. Results 

b. ice cream and cakes 

B. Tuesdays 

1. lost bank books 

2. borrowed pennies 

Foreign Interests 

A. First place State Safety Essay — Elizabeth Jerome — 1927. 

B. First place State Poster Contest — Theron Snyder — 1929. 

C. First place State Pact of Paris Essay — Rosanelle Cash — 1930. 

D. First place State Viola Contest — Thor Johnson — 193 0. 

E. First place State Soprano Contest — Earline Heath — 193 0. 

Labor 

A. Freshmen Cantata 

B. Hockey Championship in Freshman year. 

C. Senior Class Picnic 

D. Class Night 

E. Graduation 

Bibliographist — Elizabeth Jerome. 



Page seventy-six 



THE FUTURE 

N^we Wants To Be Will Be 

Jane Abbott Court Reporter Milliner 

Mary Aids Physical Education Teacher Road Walker 

Virginia Allen Religious Worker Sausage Stuffer 

Margaret Ashburn Journalist Flute Player 

Kathleen Austin Writer Lampoonist 

Paul Bailey Broker Hitch Hiker 

Helen Barbee Private Nurse Antique Collector 

Helen Barber Vendor Motorist 

Ruby Barton Housekeeper Doughnut Holer 

Gammel Bates Criminal Lawyer Critic 

Donald Benbow Undertaker Miller 

"Mary Ollie Biles Shoe Saleslady Gold Digger 

Pearl Blackburn Stenographer Seamstress 

Alverta Bowles Mathematician Laundress 

Louise Boyer Sculptor Soap Maker 

Faith Brewer Poet "Cub" 

Lewis Brewer Chemist Sailor 

Inez Brinkley Operator of Toy Shop Floor-walker 

Inez Britton Store Clerk Revolutionist 

Bowman Brookbank Hiker Desperado 

J. M. Brown Harem Keeper Bachelor 

Robert Brownlow .Movie Director Plumber 

Arnold Burgin Lawyer Postmaster 

Lois Burns Private Secretary Married 

Mac Campbell Scientist Shoe Blacker 

Eugene Campbell Printer Sharpshooter 

Catherine Carter Wife Tnnkeepress 

Rosanelle Cash English Teacher Shrew 

Grace Casstevens Musician Spokeswoman 

George Chandler Judge Cockswain 

Alylee Charles Club Worker Jeweler 

Myrtice Clinard Chemist Milkmaid 

Whitfield Cobb Designing Engineer Horse Breeder 

Elsie Cochrane Organist Cannibal 

Herbert Coe Monarch Hackdriver 

Evelyn Conrad Spiritualist Gardeneress 

Claude Cook Coach Butterfly Mounter 

McRay Covington Tenor Stevodore 

Walter Crater Tinner Hoveller 

Thelma Crews Tinter Efficiency Expert 

Joe Crutchfield Stomach Specialist White Wing 

Mildred Curley Superhuman Bibliographer 

Dorothy Davis Magazine Illustrator Musical Comedy Actress 

Martha Davis Lawyeress Traveler 

Nell Davis Stewardess Miss America 

Ethel Davis Saleslady Professional Shopper 

Inez Davis Glass blower Window Decorator 

Katherine Davis Swimming Coach Tragedian 

Shipp Davis Aeronaut Etcher 

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Name Wants To Be Will Be 

Christopher Daye Banker Utility Man 

Evelyn Daye Office Worker Attorney 

James Diehl Electrical Engineer Pugilist 

Van Dillon Prosecutor Window Washer 

Fred Dixon Vocalist Purser 

Mary Kate Dixon Artist Landscape Gardener 

Mary Elizabeth Dobbins Reporter Rebel 

Ben Donevant Puzzlist Golf Professor 

Elizabeth Doub . . Embroider Usheress 

Lucile Ebert Married Troubadour 

Robert Ebert Vagabond Carpenter 

Mildred Edge Socialist Big Game Hunter 

Bill Emmart Chiropractor Professional Mourner 

Lib Failes Ad Writer Castor Oil Tester 

Helen Ferguson Educator Amazon 

William Fetter Yachtsman Pedagogist 

Evelyn Foster Vocational Adviser Evolutionist 

Evelyn Frye Nurse Egg Farmer 

Georgia Gant Zoologist Rabbit Trainer 

Mildred Gass Rose Culturist Germ Specialist 

Martha George .Music Teacher Reformer 

P. A. George, Jr Professor of Law Ballyhooer 

Margaret Gorrell Novelist Bee Keeper 

Bennett Greene Conductor Gangster 

Josephine Grimes Society Editor Moralist 

Connally Guerrant Engineer Haberdasher 

Helen Hall Professional Golfer Hairdresser 

Hege Hamilton Forester Hangman 

Spencer Hanes Ferryman Emancipator 

John Hardie Elocutionist Light House Keeper 

Frank Hartman Calculator Bushranger 

Evelyn Hauser Governess Sanitorium Keeper 

Dot Heath Doctor's Assistant Glass Worker 

Earline Heath Illustrator Housekeeper for Two 

Boyd Hendrix Mayor Watchman 

Chester Herring Mechanical Engineer Yeggman 

Lib Hilts Dyer Butter Maker 

John Hines Baseball Player Comic Actor 

Opal Hodges Ticket Teller Tectroscroper 

Dorothy Holcomb Housewife Totalist 

Virginia Holland Dairy Maid Gymnast 

Yessie Honey Orator Valet 

Charlie Hooper Tramp Life Guard 

Thomas Houck Book Salesman Clothes Dummy 

Evelyn Hughes Book Keeper Publisher 

Maude Hunter Astronomer Florist 

John Hutcherson Sanitary Engineer Milk Shaker 

George Hutchins Banker Ditch-digger 

Anita Hutchison Interior Decorator Flap-jack Flipper 

Hallie Mae Jackson Eyebrow Plucker Wig-maker 



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Name Wants To Be Will Be 

Howard Jacobs Pheidippides the Second Show fitter 

Israel Jacobson Chemical Engineer Professional Boaster 

David Jarvis Soloist : Music Teacher 

Ruth Jarvis Cafeteria Cashier Dishwasher 

Lib Jerome Costume Designer Wardrobe Mistress 

Arthur Jester Aeronautical Engineer Parachute Jumper 

Harold Jester Lecturer Soap-box Gabber 

Gaither Johnson, Jr Bandmaster Organ-grinder 

Gretchen Johnson Dancing Teacher Tight-rope Walker 

Helen Johnson Hair-tonic Advocate Policewoman 

Ray Johnson, Jr Linguist Flag-pole Sitter 

Thor Johnson Song-writer Gondolier 

Wilson Johnson Government-worker Trashman 

•Margaret Jones Veterinarian's assistant Handmaid 

George Jordon Civil Engineer Cement Mixer 

Marguerite Julian Petunia Culturist Bug collector 

Opal Krites Public Nurse Bird Doctor 

Wilson Lamb Edison, Jr Street Car Motorman 

Dessie Land Movie Star Vaudevillian 

Bruce Lewis, Jr Detective Dog-catcher 

Harold Lewis Undertaker Sea Salter 

Otto Liipfert Peanut vender Fabricator 

Doris Linville Botanist Flea Exterminator 

Elizabeth Lovell Model Seal Trainer 

Carlton Lowder Perfumer Fertilizer Salesman 

Julian Lowe Architect Footman 

John Lowrey Advertiser Chimney Sweeper 

Jack Manning Auctioneer Ringmaster 

Mary Jane Manning Playground Director Mountain Climber 

Earle Martin Cowpuncher Butcher 

Virginia Maslin Governess Fire Eater 

Ruby Mickey Fish Peddler .Salt Digger 

Sylvia Miller Canary Raiser .Ant Hypnotist 

Margaret Mitchell Spinster Picture Hanger 

Dabney Moon Pharmacist Plumber 

Billy Mooney Electrician Beggar 

Gladys Morgan Official Scorer Cake Decorator 

Harry Myers Rivateer Ditch Digger 

Melba Myers Candy Packer Lemon Squeezer 

Thomas Myers . . Road Surveyor Paymaster 

Mary Nading .• Flower Vender Nurse Maid 

Lois Naff Choir Leader Feature Writer 

James Naylor Convict Guard Convict 

Frances Nunn Married Knitter 

Reid Nunn Upholsterer Piano Tuner 

Katherine Nutting Sunday School Teacher Baseball Coach 

Agnes O'Hara Hospital Helper Scrubwoman 

Joseph Owen Fruit Grower Cremater 

Josephine Owen Married Actress 

Martha Owen Tree Culturist Pet Digger 

Ruby Parrish Pearl Gatherer Headline Writer 

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Name Wants. To Be Will Be 

Lucile Paschal Champion Fire Eater Pick Driver 

Edna Patterson Lip Stick Clerk Peeress 

Annie Peoples Tatooer Mole Remover 

Elbert Petrie Engraver - Pawn Broker 

Dewitt PfafF Forester Pepper Peddler 

Charlotte Phillips Parachute Tester Pedagogue 

Roy Phillips Stone Mason Ragman 

Martha Pickard Globe Trotter Pecan Picker 

Franklin Pinnix Business Agent Meat Cutter 

Celia Plotkin Principal's Helper Alligator Keeper 

Dorothy Poole Human Flyer Biology Teacher 

Albert Pritchett Insurance Agent ...... .Gum Manufacturer 

Fred Rich Draftsman Chauffeur 

Roland Richmond Merchant Marine Game Hunter 

Hazel Rominger Interior Decorator Slicker Decorator 

Edward Scott Hotel Manager Junk Man 

Harry Shaw Laundryman Big Butter and Egg Man 

Louise Sheets Homemaker Window Washer 

Vaughn Shelton Building Contractor Wagon Maker 

Franklin Sherrill Brick Mason Wrestler 

Isadore Shevick Tailor Monkey Costumer 

Butler Shumate Surveyor Baggage Checker 

Jack Singletary Dairy Farmer Fish Dealer 

Mary Sink ; . . . . Stamp Licker Ballet Dancer 

Berk Skinner Landscape Architect Town Crier 

David Smith Electrotyper Locksmith 

Helen Smith Swimming Teacher Soda Jerker 

Juanita Smith Crocheter Inquirer 

Ruby Smith Cigarette Vender Paste Maker 

Wiley Smith Boxer Cow Inspector 

Theron Snider Butler Fountain Pen Filler 

Fulton Snyder Elevator Boy Hosiery Salesman 

Marion Snyder Gold Miner Chicken Raiser 

Willard Southern Senator Caddy 

Nancy Sparks Collegrapher Laundry woman 

Alma Stein Mattress Maker Cotton Picker 

Elizabeth Stewart Shoe lacer Face lifter 

Hazel Stewart Pencil Sharpener Scholar 

Alice Stipe Scribe Spaghetti twister 

Henry Stockton Watch maker Truck Driver 

Margaret Stockton Coca Cola tester Art critic 

Colin Stokes Endurance Flier Bull Fighter 

Marian Stovall Saleslady Land Lady 

Alice Stratton Referee Channel Swimmer 

Hazel Swain Book worm Proof reader 

Robert Tavis Navigator Glass blower 

W. G. Tennille Floor Walker Blacksmith 

Gilmer Thomas Tooth pick carver Iceman 

Carolyn Thornton Book Reviewer Animal Trainer 

Ella Tillotson Mind Reader Corn Popper 

Herman Trivette . .Sheriff Undertaker 



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Name Wants To Be Will Be 

Frances Tucker Stamp Collector Voyager 

Emily Turner Bug Collector Comedian 

Lawrence Tuttle Mayor Marketer 

R. G. Tuttle Glider Pilot Executioner 

Christine Tysor Queen of Samoa Incinerator operator 

Doris Vernon Old Maid Life Saver 

Karl Vickers Fisherman Jail Warden 

William Vinson Custom Official Horse Trainer 

Robert Walker Campus Cleaner Steam Fitter 

Daisy Wall Hedge Cutter Sword Swallower 

Jennings Warner Tax Collector Ditch digger 

Margaret Weatherman Composer Cook 

Frances Weaver Bureau of Information Census taker 

Christine West Public Stenographer Carpet Weaver 

Helen Westmoreland Cosmetician Chiropodist 

Albert Wharton Inn Keeper Scissors Grinder 

Ben Willis Marine Woodcutter 

Frank Wilson Government Official Boot Black 

Gordon Wilson Life Saver Coroner 

Nellie Wilson Automobile Designer . . Star Gazer 

Ruth Wolfe Mountain Climber Weather Prophet 

Kathleen Wolff Playwright Flea Trainer 

Eunice Wray Stunt Flyer . Sleuth 

Grace Wright Horticulturist Basket Weaver 

Annie Yarbrough Traveling Companion .......... Farmerette 



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STATISTICIAN'S REPORT 




'O BE ASKED their age and complexion, the natural state of their hair, and the 
size of their shoes rather astounded the Senior dignity. However, instead of 
leaving to the school the usual will and testament, we are bestowing on our 
successors a statistician's report, containing information about us, which they 
may reverence or use for the purpose of blackmailing us in the future. Out of 
the motley collection of answers (and refusals to answer) some extraordinarily 
interesting facts were discovered. 

We wouldn't have thought it! History is the favorite study with French and Eng- 
lish second and third choice. Typing, math, and physical education are also well liked. 
Two boys stated that they are most interested in the subject of "dames." 

If gentlemen prefer blondes, a great many of the Seniors will be left out, since there 
are more brunettes than light-haired students. Redheads are also counted among the 
number. One asserts that he is "Titian," while yet another says he is neither of the 
three types. 

Seventy-two avowedly have straight hair (natural) while thirty-eight claim to have 
curls (natural?) and one girl says she has curly hair "at the present." 

When the class took its physical exam it stood 1 > , 1 3 8 inches in its stocking feet 
and tipped the scales at 29,011 pounds. The middle-sized Senior is 6 5 inches tall and 
weighs 126 pounds. 

This giant of a class wears a shoe number 1,3 70. Six is the size of the average 
Senior shoe. 

This spring sun has already freckled 37 '% of the class. 

They like curves! Eighty-two prove it by drinking milk for various reasons. 
Ten girls are trying to aid nature in its course by having permanents. The rest 
either have curly hair, think straight hair becoming, or are disappointed in love. 

"Little dabs of powder, 
Little specks of paint, 
Make my lady's freckles, 
Look as if they ain't." 

Fifty-seven girls believe in this advice and assert that they use cosmetics. Twenty- 
two are teetotalers. 

We can't understand why some people sleep in school! The Seniors say that their 
average bedtime is ten o'clock. (We presume they mean p.m. but we could be mistaken.) 

"Sunny Side Up" seems to have made quite an impression, for Janet Gaynor is the 
favorite movie star. "Buddy" Rogers was raised to second place by many feminine 
votes. Next in favor were Joan Crawford, Charles Farrel, Nancy Carroll, William 
Powell, Clara Bow, William Haines, Gary Cooper, Stanley Smith and Ramon Navarro, 
and Rin-Tin-Tin. 

"Be it ever so humble, there's no place like home." This is the strain of the Seniors, 
for they state that they "hang out" at home. Pine Whispers Office, School (in general), 
the Carolina, the Gym, and O'Hanlon's also harbor Seniors in after-school hours. 

Of the 71 who expect to attend college, Salem will probably receive the greatest 
number. State, Carolina, N.C.C.W., and Georgia Tech will also get a share. 

"Heart-whole and fancy free" are one hundred and sixteen, although one stated 
that she was in love. Five Seniors say they are married. 



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Seniors are strong on movies. They choose various movie publications as their 
favorite magazines. However, one part is naturally domestic or is anticipating matri- 
mony, since they vote Good Housekeeping as second choice. Collier's, the American, 
and American Girl follow, and quite a few are patriotic in naming Black and Gold. 

Seniors read at night. They name the Twin-City Sentinel first among newspapers 
with Pine Whispers, the Journal, and New York Times as next choices. 

Long live drug stores! And they probably will, since ice cream is the favorite food 
of the Senior class. Chicken is second choice. No wonder the class weighs a lot — their 
third choice is potatoes! Banana salad, barbecue, beans, pie, and hot dogs are also well-liked. 

"Am I blue?" Well, the Senior class wants to be. It says so in voting blue as its 
favorite color by a large majority. Many of the boys preferred red, which was second 
choice. Then come green, pink, black, yellow, and quite a few people like no color at 
all — white. 

Either they are trying to look dignified or really have weak eyes, for 20 wear 
glasses. The others are still peering about in vain trying to find out what it's all about. 

When the Senior Class finishes eating its ice cream and cake (or other dessert) and 
calling up its best girl, and settles down to work, it stays there settled and studies for 
five hundred and ninety-four hours. (We have a hunch it doesn't use Dr. Barker's 
famous methods.) Or, counting it separately, each member of the class studies an aver- 
age of two hours, forty-eight minutes (including American Problems.) 

Of all the chews that I chew, the best chew is Beech Nut! So says the Senior Class, 
while if it can't get Beech Nut, it will take Dentyne, Juicy Fruit, Spearmint, or Double- 
mint, in the order named. 

Nobody knew it but the senior section is given to literary tastes! The perusal of 
books, magazines, letters, papers, and signs is the very favoritest hobby of all the class — 
reading,"in other words, gets fifteen votes for hobbies, dancing running a close second 
with twelve votes, and music third with six. 

In the spring a young man's fancy lightly turns to thoughts of love games — tennis! 
And also young women's fancies, for tennis is the favorite sport with swimming a close 
second, and football, baseball, basketball, track and hockey follow in order. 

"Brown eyes, why are you blue" is the cry of the lovers of brown eyes, because in 
the class the majority of eyes are blue. Then come brown, gray, green, and hazel. There 
are no black eyes! 

According to the Seniors, the rose is "the sweetest flower that grows." Next to 
that, they like Sweet Peas, Lilies-of-the- Valley, Pansies, and Cauliflower. 

By the looks of our school in the day-time one would conclude that the students 
owned a great many cars. However, Johnny and Susie seem to ride around while papa 
and mamma walk, for only eleven seniors say that they have cars of their own. 

You've heard about people loving school? — well, they've been found. Four seniors 
have been to school every day for four years. 

No matter how insignificant, small, and green they were four years ago, the senior 
class is grey and wise — their age is 4,948 years. Or, putting it another way, the average 
Senior is 17 years old. 

"Mary, Mary, quite contrary" could apply to nine girls — at least part of it could, 
since nine claim Mary as their name. 

The fathers of the class have various and sundry professions. Merchants lead the 
list with accountants, tobacconists, manufacturers, contractors, lumbermen, salesmen, 
and engineers following closely. 

— -Martha Davis, Statistician. 

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STUDENT COUNCIL 



HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES 

OFFICERS 

Speaker John Hines 

Speaker Pro Tew Thomas Houck 

Secretary Martha George 

Treasurer Harold Brown 

Member of Executive Committee to Council Donald Benbow 



Virginia Allen 
Thomas Houck 
Martha George 
John Hines 
Joseph Owen 
Lawrence Tuttle 
Annie Lee Yarbrough 
Donald Benbow 
Margaret Schwarze 
Ray McCall 
Brocter Sissell 
Gilbert Lawrence 
Henry Austin 
Fred Sheetz 
Hall Kirkman 
Harold Brown 
C. A. McCollum 
Isabella Hanson 
Raymond Overby 
Juanita Lawson 
Ruth Binkley 
Arbela Hutcherson 



Members 

Sam Welfare 
Frances Pilsher 
Garland Robbins 
Van Myers 
John Newsome 
Louis Schaffner 
Gladys Frazier 
Elizabeth Austin 
Merrill Robinson 

John Schultz 

Delores Westerbeck 
Odelle Smothers 
Ruth Allen 
Lillian Foster 
J. G. Johnson 
Pete Coleman 
Mary Sims 
Harvey Honeycutt 
Randolph Fields 
James Dorsett 
Percy Johnson 
Herman McGee 
Rowena Tesh 



Elizabeth Grimes 
Gladys Gibson 
Margaret Ferguson 
Joseph Richardson 
Adner Tate 
Doris Green 
Charles Hutchins 
Brunace Fowler 
Thomas McNulty 
Martha McMahan 
Martha Brooks 
Lucile Stonestreet 
Lucy Spinks 
Madeline Long 
Dillard Shermer 
Albert Shermer 
Worth Masencup 
Frank Sherman 
Lillian Sellars 
Eva Whitaker 
Richard Newsome 
Glenn McClaire 



Sponsors: Mrs. A. S. Beaman, Miss Laura Will Smith, Mr. Carl Seebeck. 

The House of Representatives is one of the organizations of the Student Cooperative 
Government of the Richard J. Reynolds High School. 

The House consists of one representative from each home room section. Regular 
monthly meetings are held at which time important interests of the student government 
are discussed and acted upon. The work is carried on largely through the following 
committees: Cafeteria Committee, Hall Committee, Library Committee, Lost and Found 
Committee, Reference Committee, Safety and Honesty Committee. 

While all of these have functioned well during the year, perhaps the most outstand- 
ing work has been the work of the hall committee. 



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BLACK AND GOLD STAFF 



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Margaret Ashburn '3 
Slade Hardee '3 I . 



lone Perry '3 
Dorothy Poole '3 
Mary Ollie Biles '30 . 
Elizabeth Jerome '30 
Faith Brewer '30 
Routh Nash '31 . 
Rosanelle Cash '30 



Joe King '3) 

Jane Abbott '30 

Mary E. Dobbins '30 
Jack Singletary '3 
Carolyn Thornton '3 
Evelyn Hampton '3 2 

Iknmc Willis '30 . 

Dorothy Tutt '3 1 
W. D. Perry, Vacuity 



PINE WHISPERS 

EDITORIAL STAFF 



Associate Editors 
George Killian '3 



Art Editors 

Earline Heath '30 Theron Snider '30 

Typists 

Celia Plotkin '3 Anita Hutchinson '3 

Reporters 

Margaret Long '3 1 Barbara Dee '31 



Mary Sink '30 
Alice Stipe '3 
Fred Sheetz '31 



Eloise White '31 
Mazie Spinks '31 
Jean Cantrell '3 1 

Business Staff 



Advertising Sales Staff 
Jack Singletary '30 Agnew Bahnson '31 

Advisor; C. R. Joyner, Business Advisor; Miss Bess Ivey, Business Advisor. 



Editor-in-Chief 
Managing Editor 



Helen Nowell, P. G. 

Joke Editor 

Open Forum Editor 

. Athletic Editor 

Feature Editor 

Exchange Editor 

Copy Reader 



Foster Dowdy '32 

Evelyn Daye '3 

Dorothy Frazier '3 1 
Isabella Hanson '3 1 
Louise Fulton '3 1 

Business Manager 
Whitfield Cobb '3 



Rosanelle Cash '3 . 
Faith Brewer '3 . 
Elizabeth Jerome '3 . 

Mary Sink '30 . 
George Killian '3 . 
Isabella Hanson '3 1 
Slade Hardee '3 1 

Mary Elizabeth Dobbins '3 
Jean Cantrell '3 1 

Earline Heath '3 



Colin Stokes '3 

Margaret Gorrell '3 
Martha Davis '3 



Celia Plotkin '3 
Mr. W. D. Perry, Literary A 



BLACK AND GOLD 

EDITORIAL STAFF 



Associate Editors 



Editor-in-Chief 




Managing Editor 


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Copy Editor 






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Senior Editor 





Organization Editor 




Feature Editor 




. Athletic Editor 





Assistant Editors 
Margaret Long '3 1 
W, G. Jerome, Jr. '3 1 

Art Editors 

Joe King '3 1 

Business Staff 

Ann Lindsay Vaughn '3 1 
Julian Lowe '3 
Berk Skinner '3 

Typists 
Jane Abbott '3 
Advisory Staff 
Mr. C. R. Joyner, Business Advisor 



Carolyn Thornton '30 
Elizabeth Gray '3 1 



Theron Snider '3 



Business Manager 
L. C. Bruce '3 1 
Rcid Nunn '3 



Evelyn Daye '3 
Miss Bess Ivey, Business Advisor 



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PINE WHISPERS STAFF 



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NATIONAL) 




Virginia Tillotson 
Elizabeth Jerome 
Geraldine Griffith 
Whitfield Cobb 

Virginia Allen 
Mary Ollie Biles 



Evelyn Daye 
Isabelle Denny 
Rosanelle Cash 



Bessie Garwood 
Esther Lawson 
James Diehl 



Mary Sink 
Louise Stewart 
Dabney Moon 



President 

Vice-President 

Secretary 

Treasurer 

Emily Turner 
Bennie Willis 



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The Odd Number Chapter of the Quill and Scroll National Honorary Society for 
High School Journalists was recently organized in the Richard J. Reynolds High School. 

The members must be chosen from the students enrolled in the high school who at 
the time of their election, must be at least of junior standing, in the upper third of their 
class in scholastic standing, have done superior work in journalism. 

The thirteen members are: Faith Lucille Brewer, Rosanelle Cash, Mary E. Dobbins, 
Elizabeth Jerome, Mary Sink, Alice Stipe, Mary O. Biles, Margaret Ashburn, lone Perry, 
Jack Singletary, Bennie Willis, Colin Stokes, George Killian. The Sponsor, W. D. Perry. 



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THE ORCHESTRA 



Christian D. Kutschinski, Director 



First Violins 

t* Albeit Blumenthal 
(Concertmaster) 

* Trior Johnson 

(Student-leader) 

* Margaret Schwarze 

* Esther Roush 

* George Burke 

* Katherine Knight 

* Roy Phillips 

* Beulah Keiger 

* Dorothy Pfaff 

* Rebecca Thomas 
Virginia Tillotson (P. G.) 
loite Perry (P. G.) 

Second Violins 

* Paige Charles 

* Dorothy Tutt 

* Maurine Perryman 

* Joyce Brewer 

* Lois Martin 

* Emma Ruth Miller 

* Geraldine Spinks 



: Morris Brenner 
Fred Bennett 
William Chambers 
Justice Crews 

Violas 

: Thor Johnson 
Broctor Sissell 
' Van Dillon 
: Harry Roush 



Cellos 

Carl Plaster 
Louise Rothrock 
Reba Burton 
Audrey Horn 



Bass Viols 

William Gcntiy 
Louise Taylor 
Carl Saunders 



Flutes 

Paul Walsh 
Beulah Saunders 

Piccolo 

Helen Sink 

Oboes 

* Eloise White 
Catherine Carter 

Bassoons 

§* Gaither Johnson 

* Arthur- Jester 

Clarinets 

* Roy Haberkern 

* Henon Urband 

* Hugh Davis 

Horns 

t* Hubert Morris 

* D. G. Kelly 
Elbert Petree 



Trumpets 

* Hall Kirkman 

* Paul Mickey 

Comets 

* O. C. Britton 

* Ralph Burgirt 

Trombones 

%* Harold Jester 

* Fenton Kimball 
Robert Walker 

Bass Tuba 

* Jack Kimel 

Timpani, drums, etc. 

* Marion Snyder 

* Raymond Brietz 
Henry Foil 

Piano 
t* Ruth Cumbie 



THE BAND 



Flute and Piccolo 

Paul Walsh 
Flelen Sink 

Eb Clarinet 
Kenneth Pfaff 

Bb Clarinets 
I tenon Urband 
Roy Haberkerit 
Richard Moester 
Richard Hine 
Bruce Chappie 
' Gene Vogler 
Hugh Davis 
Ellis Ashbum 
David Fetter 
Baxter Moore 
Horace Burgin 
L. D. Spaugh 
Fred Enochs 
Joseph Mail in 
William Fishel 



Christian D. 
Bass Clarinet 

* Edward Raymer 

Oboe 

* Eugene Pratt 

Bassoons 
§* ( ;,i it her Johnson 

* Arthur Jester 

Saxophones 

* R. G. Tuttle 

* Joan Brookbank 

Cornets 

* O. C. Britton 

* Robert Tavis 

* Emmett Gribbin 

* Olin Perryman 
Fred Bennett 
Lex Spach 
Robert Reid 



KuTSCHrasKi, Directot 

Tin ii i pets 

* Hall Kirkman 

* Paul Mickey 

Fluegel Horns 

* Lyle Ben bow 

* Boyd Hendrix 

French limns 

I* Hubert Morris 

* D. G. Kelly 
Elbert Petree 

Melophones 

* Frank Hartman 

* Thurman Spach 

Trombones 
%* Harold Jester 

* Joe Crutchfield 

* Fenton Kimball 
Robert Walker 



Charles Lewis 
Tom Calloway 

Baritones 
' Raymond Brietz 

* George Burke 
"' Elmer Swaim 

' CJeorge Shcnill 
George Blum 

Eb Bass Tubas 

* Edmund Schwarze 
Styers Tesh 

BBb Sousaphoncs 
'' Jack Kimel 

* Carl Saunders 

Timpani, Drums, etc 
' Marion Snyder 
1 McRac Covington 
Henry Foil 



Note: * indicates those members of these organizations who represented the school in the Eleventh Annual State 
High School Music Contest held in Greensboro, April 2-lth and 25th. 

t Winner first place in State Solo Contest. 
t Second place, State Solo Contest. 
§ Third place, State Solo Contest. 



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HI-Y CLUB 

The Senior Hi-Y Club has brought to a close one of its most successful years in 
history. It has advanced farther toward its real objective in the "creating, maintaining, 
and extending throughout the school high standards of Christian Character." 

The most outstanding accomplishment of the Hi-Y Club this year has been its 
religious programs. At each regular meeting there was always present a minister of our 
city who gave an inspiring talk on some Character of the Bible. 

On December 13 th the Club sent 15 boys as delegates, to the State Older Boys' 
Conference which was held in Charlotte, N. C. These boys all came back highly inspired. 

The Club had the honor to sponsor three Sunday afternoon mass meetings. Some 
five hundred boys attended these three meetings. 

Another thing which the members did during the year was the raising of fifty 
dollars for the promotion of World Brotherhood. Each year this drive is put on by the 
.members of the Club. On several occasions, important speakers were brought to our 
city, among whom was Mr. Harry Dodge of Fall River, Massachusetts. 

Several very enjoyable parties were held during the year. The first one was a large 
Hallowe'en social. For the first time in the history of the Club, an Alumni Christmas 
Banquet was held at the Country Club. About fifteen of the old members of last year's 
Club attended this affair. The Reverend Douglas Rights was the speaker and Mr. John 
Hodges of the 1929 Club acted as the toastmaster. Another outstanding social event of 
the year was the Fellowship Supper. Each member of the Club invited as his guest a high 
school friend. Mr. Dodge spoke to this gathering using as his topic, "Me and My Hi-Y." 
One of the high lights of this year is the annual spring straw ride which always comes 
at the close of the school year. It is impossible to tell very much of this event at the 
time our annual goes to press but one can not go wrong in stating that it will be a great 
successr' Every member looks forward to this event with great anticipation. 

OFFICERS 

Hubert Morris "President 

William Vinson Vice-President 

Bennie Willis Treasurer 

C. J. May (Y. M. C. A.) . . . . - .' ..' . . ... . . Leader 

Ben Chapman ■ . . . Faculty Advisor 

Members 

James Brunt Herman Dixon Gaither Johnson Francis Raper 

Lyle Benbow Shipp Davis Howard Jacobs Willard Southern 

William Bach William Emmart Jim Johnston Colin Stokes 

Fred Bahnson Jr. Joseph Fletcher George Killian Joe Stockton 

Agnew Bahnson George Flynt Hall Kirkman George Stone 

L. C. Bruce Jr. John Fulton Otto Liipfert Harry Shaw 

Arnold Burgin J. B. Goslen Carlton Lowder Jack Singletary 

Jessie Bowen Bennett Greene Jack Manning Fred Sheetz 

Charles Burchette P. A. George Jr. Hubert Morris John Siewers 

Charles Blair James Hamner Lester Morris Ben Trotter 

Julian Boyles James Hardie Dabney Moon T. M. Thorpe Jr. 

Harold Brown John Hardie Paul Mickey Billy Tennille 

Brooks Bynum Spencer Hanes Lindsay Morris Herman Trivette 

Jack Coan Slade Hardee Reid Nunn Francis Willingham 

Whitfield Cobb Roger Harper Jessie Roy Pinkston William Vinson 

George Chandler Harold Jester Albert Pritchard Gordon Wilson 

Henry Dillon W. G. Jerome Jr. Sid Raper Hubert Warren 

Hugh Davis Arthur Jester Billy Reid Jr. Bennie Willis 



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JUNIOR HI-Y CLUB 

The Junior Hi-Y Club is composed of a group of thirty Junior High School stu- 
dents, chosen from among their fellows "to create, maintain and extend throughout 
their school and community high principles of Christian living." 

The influence of this group, working with the Senior Hi-Y Club, has been felt 
in the High school, because of its efforts to maintain Esprit de Corps and high ideals 
and spirits in school circles. 

The Club has sponsored a number of speakers who have appeared at its regular 
weekly meetings, and has enjoyed several splendid social affairs, arranged by the faculty 
advisor and members of the group. 

OFFICERS 
First Semester Second Semester 

Joe King President Louis Shaffner 

Henry Valk Vice-President . . . . Emmitt Gribbin 

Louis Shaffner Secretary Billy Woodruff 

Clifford Perry - . Treasurer Bill Womble 

Mr. Ralph Lewis, Faculty Advisor 

MEMBERS 



Henry Valk 
Billy Woodruff 
Emmitt Gribbin 
Louis Shaffner 
Clifford Perry 
Willard Hollingsworth 
John Ogburn 



Johnny Wiggins 
Folger Watson 
Bill Womble 
Billy McSwain 
Charles Mickey 
Jimmy Coan 
Bill Hylton 
Fred Lowry 



Gene Vogler 
Harold Grogan 
Clarence Speight 
Delma Johnson 
Bill Robinson 
Andrew Sutton 
Allen Perryman 



John Johnson 
George Bynum 
Walter Johnson 
Oscar Tyree 
Seth Muse 
Joe To 1 ley 
Robert Chambers 



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METRIC SCIENCE CLUB 

ORGANIZED APRIL, 1928 
Purpose 

I — To create an interest in Science as a life-work. 
II — To give opportunity for expressing scientific facts. 

Ill — To spread throughout the school and community a benevolent appreciation of 
science and information regarding the Metric System of Weight and Measure. 



FIRST SEMESTER 
Rodger Harper, President 
Marion Snyder, Vice Preside/if 
Ben Trotter, Secretary 
Joe Stockton, Treasurer 
James Deihl, Reporter 
Karl Vickers, Sergeant at Aran 



SECOND SEMESTER 
Gaither Johnson, President 
Hubert Warren, Vice President 
Fred Sheetz, Secretary 
Herman Trivette, Treasurer 
Marion Snyder, Reporter 
William Vinson, Sergeant at Arms 



Agnew Bahnson 
Howard Jacobs 
Edwin Weisner 
Mac Campbell 
Hege Hamilton 
J. B. Goslen 
Harold Brown 
W. G. Jerome, Jr 
Ben Trotter 
Henry Berger 



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James Cofer 
Earle Martin 
Carl Vickers 
Joe Ferguson 



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The Metric System of Weight and Measure to 
The English ] 11m hie of Weights and Measures. 



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ENGLISH CLUBS 

CORRECT ENGLISH CLUB 
Miss Hendricks 
This newly organized club has proved an active and successful organization. 
Its purpose has been to eradicate common mistakes made in speaking, to stress cor- 
rect pronunciation, and to emphasize the relationship of better speech to success in the 
business and professional world. 

The programs were based on the "Correct English" Magazine and have been quite 
instructive and interesting. 

TAR HEEL ENGLISH CLUB 
Miss Lowe 

The purpose of this club is to study the interesting phases of North Carolina 
history and Literature or current topics of interest to North Carolina. 

The Club was organized under the direction of Miss Mary Wiley, and is now one 
of the largest English clubs in the high school, having on its roll 3 8 members. 

MAGAZINE CLUB 

Miss Young 

This club was organized for the purpose of learning the make-up, classification, 
and use of magazines, so that the members of the club and all the students of the school 
might benefit from them. 



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Bits of local color, old traditions of older Salem, odd twists in human characters, 
situations confronting students everyday, these things are the basis of the plays written 
in this club of young playwrights, these things which they know about. 

Part by part, maybe a line or two, perhaps an act comes to the club for criticism, 
discussion, suggestion. The actual writing is done outside, but the building is done here. 

Judged good enough for production, the play is revised and rewritten at the prac- 
tices, author and friends attend and criticize, and good points and bad are seen together. 



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"Death Comes To Sonia," a one-act tragedy, written by Esther Roush. This play won 
the State Championship for original one-act plays. 

The cast of the play is: Sonia, Isabella Hanson; Brekeloff, James Hardie; Two Cos- 
sacks, Joe King and Eugene Pratt; Serge, Slade Hardee; Mamasha, Juliet Sutton; A 
derelict, L. C. Bruce; A dying girl, Elsie Thomas; Dead bodies, Theron Snider and 
George Yarbrough. Hessie Watts, Frances Bass, W. D. Perry, Directors; Marion Leiger 
and E. E. Lowry, Scenery; Katharine Mather, Costumes. 



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ART CLUB 

From last year's club of nine members, the present club has grown until it now 
numbers about forty students. 

In the Chamber of Commerce Poster Contest, held this year, Thcron Snider won 
first place, Joe King took second; and Earline Heath, third place. 

The Art Club also took first place in the Annual Stunt Night exhibition, which 
is held every year with many organizations of the school participating. 

Another important annual activity of the club is the Parent's Night Art Exhibit. 
On this occasion the parents of the students are entertained by talks on art, figure 
sketches, and similar art work. This work is done by the club members. 

All scenery used by dramatic productions this year was made by members of this 
club, cooperating with the Dramatic Club and townspeople. 

OFFICERS 

Joe King President 

Earline Heath Vice-President 

Theron Snider Treasurer 

Miss Marion Leiger . . . . . . . Sponsor 



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USHERS' CLUB 




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LIBRARY PAGES 




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HOME ECONOMICS CLUB 




CAFETERIA CLUB 



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SENIOR LATIN CLUB 
LATIN CLUB 

The Latin Club, or Forum, formed for upper classmen has as its objectives to study 
about the life and customs of the Roman people, and to discuss famous Italian painters 
and their masterpieces. In this way, the members are given a keener insight into the 
early period of life in Rome. Much has been gained through the thorough study of the 
founders of the Roman empire. . . 

The officers for the two semesters were as follows: 

First Semester Second Semester 

Maurine Perryman Prctcscs Ray Johnson 

Eugenia McNew Vice-Praeses Ina Wagoner 

Brona Mae Nifong Scriba Margaret Schwarze 

Thomas Wilson .... Praefectus Aerarii .... Isadore Shevick 

Ina Wagoner Niinciator Jesse Bowen 

Miriam Early Aedile Maurine Perryman 

Sponsor — Miss Jesse Richardson 



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JUNIOR LATIN CLUB 




JUNIOR AND SENIOR FRENCH CLUBS 



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SPANISH CLUB 




FRESHMEN HANDWRITING CLUB 



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DEBATING TEAM 




WIDE AWAKE GIRLS CLUB 



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MAJOR SPORTS 



SCORES 



FOOTBALL TEAM 
Winston-Salem . 21; Barium Spring? 



Winston-Salem 
Winston-Salem 
Winston-Salem 
Winston-Salem 
Winston-Salem 
Winston-Salem 
Winston-Salem 
Winston-Salem 
Winston-Salem 



6 
6 

7 
43 




13 



6 

102 



High Point 

Lexington . 

Mt. Airy . 

Spencer 

Asheville 

Charlotte 

Greensboro 

Gastonia 

Salisbury 

Total 



BASEBALL TEAM 


Winston-Salem 


8 


Lexington 


Winston-Salem 


6 


Children's Home 


Winston-Salem 


2 


Spencer 


Winston-Salem 


4 


Mt. Airy . . 


Winston-Salem 


3 


Carolina Frosh 


Winston-Salem 


7 


Mt. Airy . . 


Winston-Salem 


4 


Gastonia 


Winston-Salem 


6 


High Point . 


Winston-Salem 


2 


Yadkinville . 


Winston-Salem 


8 


Children's Home 


Winston-Salem 


9 


Salisbury 


Winston-Salem 


2 


Charlotte 


Winston-Salem 


8 


Greensboro . 



69 



9 

7 

6 

6 

13 

2 

14 

13 

7 

7 

112 



4 
9 
6 
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5 
2 
7 
5 
5 
9 
5 
9 

80 



BASKETBALL TEAM 
1st Game 2nd 



1st Game 2nd 



Winston-Salem 27 

Winston-Salem 1 2 

Winston-Salem 2 5 

Winston-Salem 13 

Winston-Salem 14 

Winston-Salem 3 3 

Winston-Salem 17 

Winston-Salem 2 3 

Winston-Salem 43 

Winston-Salem 8 

Winston-Salem 3 

Winston-Salem 3 2 

277 



Yadkinville 

Welcome 

Rural Hall 

Lexington 

Greensboro 

Salisbury 

Asheville 

High Point 

Mt. Airy 

Charlotte 

Gastonia 

Germanton 



24 
14 
14 
15 
19 
10 
18 
18 
15 
43 
25 
23 

238 



19 
12 
17 
26 

3 4 
14 
10 



TRACK TEAM 



Winston-Salem 


65; 


Hickory 


. 43 


Winston-Salem 


75; 


Salisbury 


33 


Winston-Salem 


42; 


High Point . 


62 


Winston-Salem 


65; 


Statesville 


43 


Winston-Salem 


60 >/ 2 


; North Wilkesboro 


. 57 Vi 



Triangle meet in Greensboro Won by Greens- 
boro, High Point second, Winston-Salem third. 

Winston-Salem Opponents 
Total Points ... 307/2 238/2 



FOOTBALL TEAM 

West (Captain), Bates, Peterson, Rothrock, Hardee, Johnson, D. Smothers, Voss, 
Hines, Cook, Atkinson, D. Holton, Isley, Carter, W. Holton, Hooper, Boles, G. Smothers, 
Hatcher, Hendrix, Pritchett, Tillett, Peet. 

Allen, Leggett, Coaches; Wharton, Manager. 

BASKETBALL TEAM 

Cook (captain), Cornelius (cap't elect), W. Holton, Southern, Voss, Pritchett, 
Holt, Bates. 

Allen, Coach; Hendrix, Manager. 

TRACK TEAM 

George (captain), Hutchinson, Peet, Rich, C. Jones, Trivette, Spach, Church, Gos- 
lin, Knable, Morris, Jacobs, Robinson, Tennille, Daye, Dunnagon, Pratt, Green, Austin, 
Thornton, Martin, Smothers, Plaster, Sapp, Pritchett, Vickers, Coggins, Thomas. 

Brim ley, Coach; >Sheetz, Manager. 

BASEBALL TEAM 

Carter (captain), Clodfelter, Cornelius, Brown, East, Pickard, Smith, Holton, Voss, 
Tilletson, Reid, Tise, George, Llines, Smothers, Newsom, Gardon, PfafT, Pickard, Snipes, 
Wadsley, Kimel, Fulton, Frazier. 

Joyner, Coach; Willis, Manager. 



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ATHLETIC COUNCIL 

Katherine Davis — President Athletic Association 
Elizabeth Jerome — Vice President, Mazie Spinks — Secretary, Louise Fulton — Assistant Secretary 



Fern Shelton- 
Frances Belle 
Helen Huber- 



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George — Hiking 
-Soccer 



HEADS OF SPORTS 
Martha Davis — Basketball 
Geraldine Spinks — Training 
Virginia Maslin — Tennis 



Alice Stratton — Swimming 
Alylee Charles — Baseball 
Faith Brewer — Track 



Margaret Ackerman 
Fern Shelton, Mgr. 
Faith Brewer 
Alylee Charles 
Katherine Davis 
Martha Davis 
Rosanelle Cash 
Louise Fulton: 



HOCKEY TEAM 
Coach: Miss Wilmot Doan 
(Capt. ) Marguerite Holder Frances Belle George 
Elizabeth Jerome Betty Alspaugh 
Dorothy Knott Rebecca Pinkston 
Alice Stratton Edith Turner 
Esther Lawson Julia Davis 
Katherine Nuttin'g . Mina Maud Underwood- 
Margaret Ashburn Mary Hartness 
Marv Aids Mary Stith 



Adelaide Livengood, Capt. 
Helen Huber, Mgr. 
Jane Abbott 
Mary Ollie Biles 
Clara Bryan 



Alice Stratton, Capt. 
Martha Davis, Mgr. 
Margaret Ackerman 
Alary Aids 
Mae Bostic 



Kathleen Austin, Capt. 
Faith Brewer, Mgr. 
Alice Stratton' 
Margaret Livengood 
Louise Blum 
Stuart Rolph 
Mae Short 



Alice Stratton. Mgr. 
Martha Davis 
Katherin'e Davis 
Pattie Stipe 



Evelyn Conrad, Capt. 
Alylee Charles, Mgr. 
Myrtice Clinard 
Margaret Huffman 
Isabel Dennv 



Virginia Maslin, Mgr. 
Mary Hartness 
Naomi Clark 
Mary Ollie Biles 
Atha Fohnson 



SOCCER TEAM 

Coach: Miss Katherine Micks 

Lois Burns Lucille Ebert 

Sallie Cahill Edna Fetter 

Mary Carter Rebecca Holton 

Dorothy Clay Lillian Huber 

Evelyn Daye Blanche Hutchins 

Novella Dixon Frances Luther 

BASKETBALL TEAM 
Coach: Miss Katherine Micks and Miss Deborah 
Alylee Charles Virginia Maslin 

Katherine Davis Marguerite Holder 

Louise Fulton Dorothy Knott 

Mary Hartness Hazel Swaim 



TRACK TEAM 
Coacli : Miss Deborah Owen 



Dorothy Knott 
Ruth Petree 

Nancy Skinner 
Clara Styers 
Kathleen Cooper 
Helen Walker 
Flelen Swaim 



Dorothy Clay 
Dorothy Wood 
Blanche Hutchins 
Hetty Leonard 
Stella Mae Roberson 
Lucile Swaim 
Mable Cook 



SWIMMING TEAM 
Coacli: Miss Deborah Owen 
Louise Fulton Mae Bostic 

Madge Smith Mary Aids 

Helen Smith Gladys Henderson 

Mildred Campbell Julia Davis 



Dorothy Knott 
Dorothy Clay 
Jerry Spinks 
Cornelia Maslin 
Mae Short 
Lois Burns 



BASEBALL TEAM 
Coach : Miss Wilmot Doan 



Sallie Cahill 
Margaret Ackerman 
Clara Raper 
Lillian 1 Maynard 
Esther Lawson 
Rachel Dunnagan 



TENNIS TEAM 

Conch : Miss Evelyn Bowers 

Margaret Cochrane Dorothy Perry 

Stuart Rolph Hildreth Gilliam 

Margaret Benge Mazie Spinks 

Margaret Ashburn Elizabeth White 

Novella Dixon Jean Carftrell 



Elizabeth Jerome, Pres. 
Virginia Maslin', Vice-Pres. 
Rosanelle Cash, Sec. 
Alylee Charles, Treas. 
Mary Aids 
Margaret Ackerman 
Betty Alspaugh 
Faith Brewer 



MONOGRAM CLUB 



Mae Bostic 
Louise Fulton 
Dorothy Clay 
Dorothy Knott 
Mazie Spinks 
Jerry Spinks 
Eleanor Hobbs 



Katie Sue Taylor 
Madge Smith 
Clara Raper 
Pauline Davis 
Lucile Davis 
Evelyn Daye 
Fiances Belle George 



Meta Hutchinson 
Rachel Dunnagan 
Bobbie Weaver 
Hazel Swaim 
Margaret Swaim 
Mae Bostic 
Eleanor Hobbs 



Katie Sue Taylor 
Mildred Mcintosh 
Dorothy Perry 
Ida Reznick 
Evelyn Sosnik 



Owen 

Eleanor Hobbs 
Rosanelle Cash 
Elizabeth Jerome 
Katie Sue Taylor 



Henrietta Whack 
Mary Brendle 
Sara Morton 
Mozelle Stvers 
Sallie Cahill 
Eleanor Hobbs 



Lucile Davis 
Ruth Jarvis 
Reba Burton 



Helen Bailev 
Hazel Gilbert 
Mary Sue Eaton 
Margaret Swaim 
Eleanor Hobbs 



Frances Nunn 
Betty Alspaugh 
Margaret Dixon 
Eleanor Flynt 



Lillian Huber 

Helen Huber 

Mary Hartness 

Fern Sheltorr 

Hazel Swaim 

Mina Maude Underwood 

Bobbie Weaver 



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GIRLS' HOCKEY TEAM 




GIRLS' SOCCER TEAM 



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CROSS COUNTRY TEAM 




ALL-AMERICAN SQUAD 



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BOYS' SOCCER TEAM 




GIRLS' BASKETBALL TEAM 



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GIRLS' BASEBALL TEAM 




GIRLS' SWIMMING TEAM 



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BOYS' TRACK TEAM 







GIRLS' TRACK TEAM 



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BOYS' TENNIS TEAM 




GIRLS' TENNIS TEAM 



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THE YEAR IN REVIEW 




URING THE SCHOOL-YEAR of 1929-30, Richard J. Reynolds High has 
accomplished much towards fulfilling its reputation as a school of high scho- 
lastic standards and talented students. Honors have been won in original play 
production, special essay contests, national problem contests, and musical 
awards. 

The Senior American Problems Classes took first place in the National 
Contest for the best collection of information, features, and essays on the Negro 
Problem. The prize-winning assemblage consisted of poems, sketches, essays, interviews, 
and illustrations, which constituted much work and research on the part of the students. 
The school received $100 as first prize. 

Being no small matter in this Kaleidoscope of Achievements, is the fact that Pine 
Whispers, our school newspaper, won a gold medal as the second best paper in a Scho- 
lastic Press Association Contest held March 13-14-15. The Black and Gold won special 
mention in this same contest. 

Esther Roush's play "Death Comes to Sonia" was awarded first place in the state 
original play contest of April 12. The school was awarded a bronze placque, and Esther 
received a set of Carolina Folk Lore Plays autographed by Professor Koch, of the Caro- 
lina Playmakers. 

Faith Lucille Brewer received first place in the state chemistry essay contest, for 
her essay, on the "Relation of Chemistry to an Industry of the United States." She will 
receive $20 in gold and her creation is to be entered in the National Contest. 

Rosanelle Cash's theme, "How May the Pact for the Renunciation of War Be Made 
Effective?" was entered in the state contest and won first place. Rosanelle has received 
a handsomely framed reproduction of the signature pages of the Pact, as also did the 
school. The contest is under the auspices of the National Student Forum on the Paris 
Pact. The essay has been entered in the National Contest. 

In the State Safety Essay Contest Gladys Shore won first place. She received a gold 
medal and a cash prize of $15. 

In the state music contest at Greensboro, Earline Heath as winner of first place 
in the Soprano Solo awards, received a scholarship to Greensboro College, and Ruth 
Cumbie, winning first awards in piano solo contest, also won a scholarship to N. C. C. W. 
Thor Johnson took first place with a viola solo, as did Albert Blumenthal with a violin 
solo. 

And while speaking of the music department it would not be amiss to mention 
that, after long dreaming, our band has at last succeeded in acquiring their much-needed 
uniforms. This was achieved through contributions from Winston-Salem citizens inter- 
ested in our school, and the proceeds taken from a benefit concert rendered by the band. 

One of the most outstanding individual achievements of the year is that of Feronia 
Prodromos, a seventeen-year old Greek girl who came to High School two years ago, and 
could not speak a word of English. She is taking a special course, including French and 
English, and made an "A" average during the semester. 

In reviewing the organizations of this school year, it is interesting to note that 
four new clubs were inaugurated at the beginning of the first semester. They are the 
Playwriters, College, Dramatic and Correct English Clubs. The Playwriters Club needs 
no advertising, since two of its members' original plays were produced by the Dramatic 
Club. The Dramatic Club presented six plays this year, all of which were well-attended, 
proving the school's keen interest in drama. Reasons for going to college, entrance re- 
quirements of various colleges, and problems of college life were the subjects to be 
studied in the College Club, for Junior and Senior girls. To learn to use correct English 
orally is the aim of the Correct English Club. 



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Another new organization whose members were recently initiated, has been the 
formation of an "Odd Number Chapter" of the Quill and Scroll Society. This is an 
association of high-school journalists whose outstanding work in this line have merited 
them the honor of joining the national fraternity. Thirteen members were elected to the 
society this year. 

There are many results from various essay and skill contests still pending, but as 
the book goes to press it is impossible to prophesy their outcome. It is only to judge by 
the past achievements of our school during '29 and '3 0, that we can safely hope for the 
best. The Richard J. Reynolds High School this year as always, is climbing steadily up- 
ward, gaining new pinnacles of achievement in every line, and winning well-deserved 
praise and commendation for its accomplishments. 

This culminates Superintendent R. H. Latham's twentieth year as superintendent 
of Winston-Salem schools. During this time our school system has risen to the position 
of one of the best in the state. The above list of accomplishments are results of Mr. 
Latham's efficient leadership and direction in providing for Winston-Salem school chil- 
dren opportunities and equipment for acquiring recognition and distinction. 



STORIES THAT NEVER GROW OLD 

//; the nurse's nursery: 

"I turned my ankle — " 

"Got an awful headache" — 

"Coach say's I'm to rest up for the game this afternoon." 

/// the office: 

"I went to a game." 

"But I was there. Just forgot to sign up — " 

"I got good marks on everything else — can't I go out for varsity- 
fa the halls: 

"No, I haven't a slip, but I'm going to the office." 

"I have special permission." 

"Why didn't you speak to me last class?" 

"Hey!" 

Off the campus: 

"Going to town?" 

"Whatcha doing tonight?" 

"Heavens, he doesn't mean a thing to me." 

"I'm a dreamer, aren't we all?" 

"Oh, she's o. k., but — " 

"Loan me a dime — " 

"Get off the grass." 

"Isn't spring — inspiring?" 

In the library: 

"Yes, this is a reference book!" 

"I have to have five points by next period." 

/'/ the lunchroom: 

"Oh, all the soupspoons are gone." 
"Get me a glass of water." 



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SIXTEEN CREDITS 



Freshman Year: 

"Oh, well. I've got four whole years. What if I have flunked English and Math? 

Don't like this course, anyway." 

"Believe I'll try Latin next year." 

"Wish they'd do something about this Freshman Chapel business. We get the 

awfulest programs." 

"Believe I'll go out for football scrubs. Wonder if they have to diet?" 

"Gosh, got spring fever, or something. Wanna get my monogram next year. 

200 points. Sure that's easy. Three more years." 

President of the senior class actually spoke to me today! Forgot where I did meet 

her. Gonna get me one of those black and yellow Fords. But I dunno. Dad's 

peeved. I flunked Civics and Physical Ed!" 

Sophomore Year: 

"Well, changed my course. Taking Latin. Got the cutest French teacher. Got 

a cut today. Forget to sign up in Library — once too often." 

"I was going out for varsity basket-ball. But I've all this year and two more after 

that. Plenty time. Only got three credits last year. I gotta work." 

"Dramatic Club's putting out some pretty good stuff this year." 

"S' too bad they can't dance at the Junior-Senior. But we will next year, if I have 

anything to say about it. Believe I'll take General Course next year. Can't learn 

Latin. Well, bon jour!" 

Junior Year: 

"Just got by. If I'd a flunked English I'd still be a Soph. I'm going to work 

this year." 

"Got elected to House of Rep. Wonder what they do?" 

"These Fine Arts Speakers are the stuff — " 

"Going out for football. How can they expect a fellow to be in at 10:3 0? Oh, 

well, they won't know the difference, anyway." 

"Didn't flunk a solid yet, so still eligible. How do these scholastic experts do it? 

A lot of kids take sports, and debates and everything that's coming, and still pass — " 

"Lotta fun at Junior-Senior. We didn't get to dance after all." 

Well I've got a hundred points for my monogram. And all next year!" 

Senior Year: 

"Haven't time to study. Smashed my lizzie on a slick road out town." 
"Changed my course, but think I'll get sixteen credits anyway. Flunked geometry." 
"Thought I was going for some varsity sport, but just haven't time. Think I'll try 
debating team. They say there's a lot to write tho'." 

"Have I actually been here four years? Oh, what's the use? It's just impossible to 
get 16 credits in four years. Especially for a guy like me who's so — what do they 
call it? Versatile? There's so many things to do. S'pose I'll come back next year." 
"Just missed my monogram by 10 points. Flow do they expect a fellow — ? And 
after all my hard work!" 



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"If eyes were made for seeing. 
Then beauty is its own excuse." 

Pulchritude Joem Davis — J. D. Kimel 

"Friendships begin with liking or gratitude." 

Popularity Joem Davis — Donald Plaster 
"Talent is that which is in a man's power." 

Versatility Ruth Loggins — Zeb West 

"The hand that follows intellect can achieve." 

Intellect Deldee Griffith— William Bach 
"With vollies of eternal babble — ' 

Loquacity Sara Davis — Frank Cranford 
"He proved best man in the field." 

Athlete Anne Maslin — Zeb West 

"It is good to lengthen to the last a sunny mood." 

C.ayety Ophelia Scott — Frank Cranford 
"Wit is the flower of the imagination." 

Wit Edrie Conrad — Roger Harper 

"Our youth we can have but to-day; ye can always 
find time to grow old." 

Pep Edrie Conrad — Roger Harper 

"Ease with dignity." 

Dignity Opal Davis — George Killian 

"The gayest flirt that coached it round the town." 

Flirtatiousness Ruth Brown — •]. D. Kimel 
"Be a pattern to others and then all will go well." 

Influence Ruth Davis — Donald Plaster 





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Again we have the 
privilege of extend- 
ing to the new grad- 
uates our sincere 
welcome to the life 
of greater opportu- 
nity which lies be- 
yond the doors of 
school. As they en- 
ter into this new life, 
we know that they will do their share 
in making this community their com- 
munity in fact as well as theory. And 
so, we extend to you, our graduates, a 
word of welcome and with it an ear- 
nest urge for each of you to remain 
here, entering the business and social 
life of this community with the idea of 
making it a greater and better place in 
which to live and work. 

BARBER 

Printing Company 

221 N. Trade St.— Phone 234 



Bar I 



artier Prices Are Reasonable Prices 







PIEDMONT 

■ ENGRAVING CO.l 

PHONE 1916 

WINSTON-SALEM. NX 



PHELCO 



THE £ JflHiJ iV/Vy CLEANERS 

4446 PH0NE 4447 

WE SPECIALIZE IN SILKS 



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CAFETERIA TIPS 
Number persons served in Cafeteria during one school year — 100,000 
Number heads of lettuce — 2220. Pounds of butter — 1110. 

Gallons soup one year — 4625. Potatoes (bushels) — 150. 

Dozen rolls — 45 00. Sandwiches — 18,5 00. 

Approximate number dishes passing thru dishwasher — 814,000. 
Total cost of food per year — $12,000. 



PORTRAITS COMMERCIAL 

THE MOORE'S STUDIO 

212 1-2 WEST FOURTH ST. 
WINSTON-SALEM. N. C 

HOME PORTRAITS TELEPHONE 2192 

TRANSPORTATION FACILITIES 

At the fourth period, May 19, 193 0, the following vehicles and otherwise were 
counted on the campus: 

86 cars (including Fords) 
23 Bicycles 
3 pair skates. 

WHERE WOMEN OF DISCRIMINATION 
FIND APPAREL OF DISTINCTION 

Fan-Tan Hosiery Sold Exclusively 
Style-Right Lingerie At Vnusiially Low Prices 



Mangels 



PHONE 4487 STORES EVERYWHERE 7 WEST FOURTH ST. 



OUR SPECIAL SALE 



of 



ELECTRIC 
RANGES 



BEGINS MAY 12 AND LASTS THROUGH JUNE 21 

An Allowance for an Old Stove 

Convenient Terms 



SOUTHERN 

PUBLIC UTILITIES 

COMPANY 



PHONE 4204 



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"Say it with flowers" 

W. MORGENROTH 

Florist 

Phone 813 1 18 W. Fourth Street 

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RICHARD J. REYNOLDS BALANCE SHEET 

Assets: 

Steps — 48 3 Window shades — 248 

Lockers — 2067 Thermometers — 3 6 

Seats in Auditorium — 22 5 Blackboards — 71 



IT PAYS TO LOOK WELL 

There IS a difference in Barbers and Barber Shops 



HOTEL BARBER SHOP 

ROBERT E LEE 

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RICHARD J. REYNOLDS BALANCE SHEET 



Liabilities: 

Rooms used for general classrooms — 3 3 Waste Baskets — 3 8 

Teachers' desks — 34 Window sticks — 3 

Students' desk — 1274 Clocks — 3 3 



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Wilson's Honey Bread 

Its purity and wholesomeness are so readily recognized 
For sale by all Grocers 

Wilson's Bakery 

Winston-Salem's Home Owned Bakery 

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QUALITY ABOVE ALL 



HERFF-JONES 
COMPANY 



Designers and Manufacturers of 

School and College 
Jewelry 



OFFICIAL JEWELERS TO 
RICHARD J. REYNOLDS HIGH SCHOOL 



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"Always First With Best" j 

Smart apparel for men, women, and boys. 

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Kaufman's, Inc. I 

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432 N. Trade St. Winston-Salem, N. C. | 



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HOW TO STUDY 

1. Sit down in comfortable chair. 

2. Get up and get a pencil. 

3. Sit down again. 

4. Get up and get a notebook or favorite textbook. 

6. Read first page, drawing pictures on margin all the while. 

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i Correct Fashion, Without Price 

| Penalties, for the entire family 



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7. Get up and look for an apple. (If apple not available, cheese tidbits, or peanuts 
will do.) 

8. Read second page, consuming one half of food. 

9. Close book and think of last night's date. 

(At this point if you ate the peanuts or tidbits, you will need a glass of water. If 
not, you'd better call your best friend about last night's date.) 

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KESLER CONSTRUCTION CO. 

CONTRACTORS AND BUILDERS 

REYNOLDS BUILDING 
PHONE 4389 PHONE 4389 



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You'll 




OPEN a tidy red tin of Prince 
Albert and give your olfactory 
nerve a treat. Never have you 
met an aroma that had so much 
come - and - get - it. Some fra- 
grance, Fellows. And that's 
just a starter. Load up and 
light up. . . . 

Cool as final exams. Sweet 
as passing. Mild as cafe au la'it 
— mild, but with that rich, full- 
bodied flavor that bangs your 
smoke-gong right on the nose 
on every fire-up. You'll like this 
long-burning Prince Albert in 
the bowl of a pipe. And how! 

PRINCE ALBERT 

—the national joy smoke! 



One of the first things you 
notice about P. A. is that it 
never bites your tongue or 
parches your throat, no matter 
how wide you open the smoke- 
throttle. It is one tobacco that 
never wears out its welcome. 
You can stoke and smoke to 
your heart's content, with P. A. 
for packing. Get some Prince 
Albert now and get going! 

P. A. is sold everywhere in tidy red tins, 
pound and half-pound tin humidors, and pound 
crystal-glass humidors with sponge-moistener 
top. And always 
with every bit of 
bite and parch re- 
moved by the 
Prince Albert 
process. 




© 1927, R. J. Reynolds Tobacco 
Company, Winston-Salem, N. C. 



S & M Haberdashery Shop 

"Exclusive Young Men's Store" 

431 N. Liberty St. 



"EGO AMO TE!" 

There are 3 5 SO initials cut in the Girl's Study Hall desks, according to the latest 
statistics available. Such wise-cracks as the following also adorn them: 

"Ain't she a nightmare?" "Ego amo te!" "Hey there, Half Pint!" "Why leave 
home?" "Heous etas una parfait imbecile?" 



REAL ESTATE 

NO 

COST 

WITHOUT 

SERVICE 



(HOME 

REAL ESTATE^ 
LOAN 



INSURANCE 
CO. 



PHONE 121 T * AT ?Ht NAMt""s|| LIBERTY ST. 
Winston-Salem. N.C. 



INSURANCE 

WE 
WRITE 

IT 
RIGHT 



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SCHOOL IMPROVEMENTS 

Morris Chairs for study halls. 

Baby carriages for freshmen. 

Escalators. 

Tom Thumb Golf Courses. 

Subway to gymnasium. 

Free lemonade stands on athletic field. 

Lounging rooms for those skipping classes. 

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Dress for the Occasion" 



Phone 316 



418 Trade Street 



Winston-Salem, N. C. 
Dress Well and Succeed 

"We also have a shop in Reynolds Bldg". (Arcade) 



HANES 
BRINGS YOU 

BREEZIER 
SUMMERS 







EVEN THE PRICE TAGS 

On This Cool Underwear 

Are Comforting 



Below: Hanes Shirt and shorts, 50c, 75c, $1 the garment. All 
white or in handsome color effects and luxurious fabrics. At right: 
Samsonbak Union Suit with patented belt for just $1. Others from 
75c to $2. Also see the $1 Knit Athletic Union Suit with shoulder 
buttons, and for (cool weather the Elastic-knit Lightweight Union 
Suits in short or long sleeves, three-quarter or ankle lengths at $1 to 
$1.50 

Here's more comfort than you ever thought possible — 
even on hot, sticky days. Hanes fabrics are of fine quality 
and are carefully cut to full measurements to permit the 
air to get to your skin and keep it cool and dry. Seams are 
smooth, never irritating. Styles, as smart or as conser- 
vative as you please. 

Be as hard to please and as saving as you please; be 
as oversized as you dare — your garments as made by Hanes 
are tailored and waiting at your store. Price tags also fig- 
ured out to hold down your temperature. 





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Start Your Life Right 

By saving part of what you make 




This is a good place to save in Weekly, Semi-monthly, or = 

Monthly Payments = 

THE HOOD SYSTEM INDUSTRIAL BANK 1 

81 
5', PAID ON SAVINGS 18 West Third Street |. 

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LIBRARIES 

There are eleven elementary school libraries, seven white, and four colored ones. 

Eight of these libraries meet the requirements of the state. 

There are 11,8 3 5 books in all of the white libraries. 

The high school library subscribes to 127 newspapers and magazines. 

The high school library was the first library organized in the city. 

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MONTALDOS i 

223 W. 4th St. I 

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MISSES INDIVIDUAL SHOP | 

"Featuring a distinctive collection 
of smart sports and afternoon frocks - - - *plo. / O 

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FACTS YOU SHOULD KNOW 

There are 2271 pupils registered at High School this year. 

182 students flunked English last year — 201 flunked mathematics — 81 flunked his- 
tory and social science — 51 flunked Latin — 63 flunked French and Spanish — 54 flunked 
science — 1 1 5 flunked commercial studies. 

There are 18 Thursday morning clubs. 

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Always 

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the Newest and Smartest Styles 

COATS DRESSES HATS 

HARRISON'S 

512 W. Fourth St. 



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Before placing your order for 

CLASS RINGS 

COMMENCEMENT INVITATIONS 

VISITING CARDS, etc. 

see our complete line. 

Write for samples: wedding invitation, announcements, monogrammed 
stationery, dance or party invitations, all lines of social and commercial 
engraving. 

ROBBINS-POPE ENGRAVING COMPANY 

141-143 South Fifth St., 
Louisville Kentucky 

THE KEY TO ANY SITUATION 

The key to any situation is in the possession of Tom Foot, who has seventeen kevs 
to admit him in any room of the building. 




Tiolene 



lOOZSuper-Pawsylvanii MOTOR OIL 
Red Fuol in the Yelloir Woeo Pep Pump Always in Ifae Hint, Container 

\t you want the Rrcalest satisfaction in smooth silent power, One Crank Case Filling of TIOLENE 100% Super 

more mileage and a decided reduction in repair costs and up- Pennsylvania Motor Oil Will Give You One 

keep, buy the Red Motor Fuel in the Ycllou tt'oco Pep Pump. Thou.and Miles of Perfect Motor Lubrication 



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GASOLINE 

\l\\ ;iv> In the Blue Pump 

1'OWEUful Purol Gasoline Is A Worthy 
MEMBER OF THE FAMOUS 



a_ _■ POWER TRIO 

Railroad lv Jones Dil Co. 



Distributor* o/^ 

PURE OIL COMPANY PRODUCTS 



Sporting Goods 

GE Refrigerators 
BOCOCK-STROUD COMPANY 

431 Trade St. 

THIS YEAR AT THE PRINT SHOP 

Sheets letterhead size — 624,000. 
Pounds ink — 3 
Press Impressions — 5 00,000 
Jobs finish — 100 

Pieces of type and spacing material set by hand for the issues of the Elementary 
School News— 568,000. 



THE BAHNSON COMPANY 

Manufacturers of Bahnson Humidifiers for furnishing 
moisture in kniting, cotton and silk mills, tobacco fac- 
tories, printing plants and other industrial buildings. 

Business and Sales Offices: Reynolds Building. Winston-Salem, N. C. 

New York Office: 93 Worth Street 



INITIALS IN STUDY HALL 

After actual count, it has been discovered that there are approximately 5 831 ini- 
tials carved into the desks in the Boy's Study Hall. 



"The House of Friendliness" 

Froeber-Norjleet, Inc. 

WHOLESALE ONLY 

Fruits, Produce, Provisions 



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CHATHAM 

WOOL BLANKETS 



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BELK-STEVENS CO. 

DEPARTMENT STORE 



ONE OF THE 50 BELK STORES 

Carolina's Largest Distributors of 
Reliable Merchandise 



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Gifts 



For the Girl Graduate, for the Boy Graduate, and best wishes 

for success 

Stationery That Is Different 

THE GREEN QUILL SHOP 

618 West 4th Street Bolich Building 

PENANCE 

I tore my heart out by its roots While drop by drop 

A sacrifice to my one goddess, Love — The oozing crimson of my Happiness 

But many victims knelt ahead of me; Spilt on the marble slab 

I had to wait Of your cold soul. 

— Isabella Hanson. 



FOGLE BROTHERS CO. 

Contractors and Builders 

Dealers in Millwork and Building Material 

CURTIS WOODWORK CELOTEX 

WE WOULD BE GLAD TO SERVE YOU 

Phone 85 



VACATION 

Johnnie — Why do all dogs envy the dog with a broken tail? 
Jimmie — Because all dogs have their day — but he has a week-end. 



CAMEL CITY COACH LINES 

Low Fares, Convenient Schedules From Winston-Salem to 
all surrounding cities and towns. 

Through service and connections to Bristol Tenn., Bluefield, W,Va.;Augus- 
ta, Savannah, Richmond, Va. , Roanoke, Va. and all cities North, South, 
East, and West. 

Coaches chartered for special trips any time any where. 

When You Travel Ride A Camel 



muMimu 




No Charge 



for parking your car 
for a few hours 
at The Downtown 
Garage while it is 
being serviced. 




CAR WASHING 

Our professional car washing is done by skilled work- 
men, using modern equipment, and under exacting 
supervision, at prices no higher than elsewhere. Ask 
about our special monthly rate. 

ALEMITE LUBRICATING 

An Alemite lubrication job done here eliminates body 
and spring squeaks as well as forcing the proper Ale- 
mite lubricants, under high pressure, to all fittings 
and bearings. Lubricating is one of our specialities 
- - five different lubricants are used for each job, in 
order to measure up to our standard of service. We 
shall be glad to tell you why this is necessary for the 
best operation of your car. 

SIMON1ZING 

A Simoniz with rewaxing at regular intervals will 
preserve the finish and keep your car looking new in- 
definitely. It costs less than washing in the long run, 
but it must be done right. Drive in for a quotation. 

So don't forget — there is no charge for parking your car 
while you have it washed, lubricated, oil changed, or 
while any mechanical work is being done. 

The Downtown Garage is Winston- Salem's largest official 

AAA Station 

The Downtown Garage 

N. Main Street— Next to Reynolds Bldg. 
Always Open Phone 4100 



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GOOD DANCE MUSIC-GOOD FUN 

Topmost on this month's roster of Victor Records is a tune that will not 

only keep you stepping but shouting for more. It's called "Minnie the Mermaid"-— it's a fox- 
trot and the way Bennie Cummins and His Orchestra play it is just nobody 's business! Amos 
and Andy are with vis this month also— hear their "Check and Double Check" and see if you 
can keep a straight face. We will be glad to play any of these records for you. Come in and 
see us . . . TODAY 

HUNTLEY-H1LL-STOCKTON CO. 

The Name That Belongs With Good Furniture. 
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CLEAN-UP CAMPAIGN 
Towels Used: 

Per day: Per year: 

girls — 1000 girls— 180,000 

boys — 1600 boys — 28 8,000 

Grand total 168,000. 

Soap Used: 

104 gallons per year. 
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TART your Business Career with a Saving Account 
at this Bank and add to it consistently each pay-day 

THE MORRIS PLAN INDUSTRIAL BANK 




5% 5% 

on Savings 206 West Fourth St. on Savings 

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SUNBURN 
Love is like a flower 
When the summer's done. 
All its beauty withers 
'Less it has some sun. 

— Margaret Ashburn. 



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Presenting 

The Summer Mode In Dresses 

Exquisite Chiffons- Adorable Georgettes-Fascinating Floral 

And Printed Effects. 

New Large Brim And Lace Hats 

ALL COATS THF OF A I SPRING FROCKS 

HALF PRICE 1ULi 11/UrlXJ REDUCED 



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IN OUR NEW HOME WE ARE IN POSITION TO GIVE YOU BETTER 

SERVICE. 

Our lines are most complete in School Supplies, Art Supplies, Janitor 
Supplies, School Seating, etc. 

GRAY & CREECH, Inc. 

WINSTON-SALEM, N. C. 
Carolinas' Best And Largest Paper House 



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SPORTING GOODS 

Reach, Wright and Ditson athletic 

equipment 

Unusual low price on baseball goods. Special prices to 
clubs and schools. 



BROWN - ROGERS - DIXSON 

"The best place to get it" —for 50 years 



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ANCHOR STORE 

Winston- Salem's Shopping Center' 

Always Glad to Serve You 



NEW CURRICULUM COURSES 
Golf, Dancing, Bowling, Archery, Horseback Riding, Boating on Peter's Creek. 



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Zinzendorf Laundry Co. 

DRY CLEANERS RUG CLEANERS 

Phone 408 — Cleans Up Everything phone 2873 

ENGLISH 

"I bring, I brought, I have brought." "I bring," (No, I don't think so) "I bring' 
(Mother, would you wear that green scarf to church next Sunday?) "I bring, I brang' 
(Sister, get me that ham sandwich out of the ice-box) "I bring, 1 brang, I brung." 
(Yes'm, I know my English perfectly.) 



No More "Hatless Days" 

Young Men are Wearing the New Straw Hats Now--- 
Panamas, Leghorns, Milans, and Sennits. 

The largest most varied selection in Winston-Salem is here for 

your approval. 

$2 to f 8.50 



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There is only one SURE way to success, and that is systematic saving. 
Thrift means wise spending— and laying aside a portion of your earnings. 
Money thus saved, invested in Building and Loan stock is SAFE and 
draws interest at the highest rate that is really SAFE. A new series of B 

stock issued May 1st. B 

PEIDMONT-MUTUAL BUILDING & LOAN ASSN. % 

.. Corner Third and Liberty Streets — Next to the Hood Bank 

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CHALKING IT UP 

Six crates of chalk are used per year in high school. There are 2 5 boxes in each 
crate, 76 5 sticks in each box, and 10,900 sticks of chalk in all, put end to end, they would 
measure 4 7-11 miles. 



Graduation Clothes 

For your graduating suit, you will want something real nice. 
Please call and see our young men's suits 



HINE-BAGBY CO. 



AMBITION 
There are 47 students who live outside the city who pay tuition for their education. 



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Every girl is pleased ivith the way we clean the most deli- 
cate dresses, scarfs, suits, etc. 
Boys too, find the Quality Way the most satisfactory. 
It costs no more to get the best. JUST PHONE 63. 



%tal lftj C l eaner s- 'Inc. 

1 -^ | SERVI CE ~PLE ASURE~1 ^ — P 

|n. BURKJ sT"| ^\^ X J^, / ^/^ [PHONE 6.1 I 

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WINSTON-SALEM. N.C. 



OUR GLORIOUS TODAYS 

LIVE THROUGH ALL THE YEARS IN CHANGELESS PHOTOGRAPHS. 

YOUR FRIENDS WILL APPRECIATE THIS GIFT THAT 

ONLY YOU CAN GIVE. 

317 W. 4TH ST. 



SCHOOL PROPERTY 

There is a total of 26 5 acres of playground for white and colored schools. 

There are thirteen white and six negro schools, with a total value of $4,000,000 
to $5,000,000. 

At the bond issue voted March 6, 1928, $2,500,000 was provided. 

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5 Complete Departments 

READY TO WEAR SHOES HOSIERY 

UNDERWEAR 

CATERING TO THE SCHOOL GIRL 



HIGH SCHOOL EXPENSES 

1100 tons of coal used per year. 

$150 electric bill per month. 

$75 electricity for Auditorium for month. 

$75 gas bill per month. 

$700 cost of water for power house, high school, and Auditorium per year. 



PHONE 2644 PHONE 2645 

■ywiN city 

X DRY CLEANING CO. i 

408 West Fourth Street Winston-Salem, N.C. 

" Twin City Did It " 



HIGH LUNCH 

Our Barbecue Cooked in Old Fashioned Way is The Best in 
Town. A Trial Will Convince You. 

Curb Service 
HIGH LUNCH AND CONFECTIONERY 

837 Reynolda Road in Front of Hanes Park 
"WE FEED THE HIGH SCHOOL" PHONE 3378 



TROPHIES 

There are 31 silver cups in the high school trophy collection as well as the five 
medallions won by the dramatic club, three for playwriting and two for play production. 



National Bellas Hess Co, 

424 N. LIBERTY ST. PHONE 3704 

THE STYLE RIGHT STORE 

You'll like shopping in our clean, well-lighted store. We are proud of 
our store. Efficient, courteous salespeople to serve you. We invite you 
to visit us and give us the pleasure of serving you 

"WE NEVER SELL SECONDS" 



THE PERFECT SCHOOL YEAR 

Hours 12 to 1 o'clock. One hour for lunch. 

No reports. 

Week of holidays for "A" averages. 

Free access to library. 

Monthly dances. 



HOOD TIRES AND TUBES 

Autoline oil for your motor's sake 

Phone 95 

OGBURN-HILL TIRE CO. 



A Bank For Lifetime 

A saving account with us will not only start your financial 
success but also will give you an intimate contact with bank- 
ers who will be of great help to you in your business life. 

And later on, as your requirements grow, you will find a big advantage 
in dealing with a state-wide bank with world-wide connections. 

WACHOVIA BANK AND TRUST COMPANY 



PLENTY SHADE 

There are 301 pines in front of the school, from the wire fence east of the building 
to Hawthorne Road. 



SENIORS 

RICHARD J. REYNOLDS HIGH SCHOOL 

A specialized course in this pratical school will increase your 

earning power. We assist our graduates in finding desirable 

positions in offices. 

DRAUGHON BUSINESS COLLEGE, 

WINSTON-SALEM, N. C. 



PINE WHISPERS 
Pine Whispers was named in 1924-2 5 by Catherine Boyles, Edwina Martin, and 
James Shore, who won a cash prize. 




Security Life And Trust Company 

Home Office WINSTON-SALEM, NORTH CAROLINA 

It is a natural desire for every Father and Mother to give 
their children an education 

But all around us we see boys and girls whose education has been cut short and 

who have been forced to go to work by the death of an uninsured Father. 

Boys and girls — a life insurance policy will help insure your education. Talk 

it over with your Father and Mother 

We give you the best and keep your money at Home. 



STORM 



A distant rumble, a gleaming light, 

A warning whistle, and the demon of the night, 

A monster greedily devouring track, 

Races swiftly on through inky black. 

— Elizabeth Gray. 



Attractive gifts for graduation 



418 W. Fourth St. Phone No. 2228 

........................... a 

PRIVATION 



Distance must lend glamour 
To our hearts' desires; 
For whene'er we catch them 
They are cold, dead fires. 



-Margaret Ashburn. 



SALEM COLLEGE 

A "class A" college for women, with courses leading to the 
degrees of B. A., B. S., and B. Mus. 

Efficient department of Teacher Training and Business Education 

Combining the culture and refinement of 150 years' service with mod- 
ern methods of education. 

For information write H. E. Rondthaler, President 



Clinton Lee Transfer Co. 

BAGGAGE TRANSFER 

Call me when you want your baggage moved. 
Local and long distance hauling. 

Phone 3559- W or Phone 3312.J 

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HIGH SCHOOL IN 1911 

When Mr. Moore came here there were 220 pupils, and in 1911 there were ten 
teachers including the Principal, Mr. White. There were only two courses of study — 
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