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North Carolina Room 
Forsyth County Public Library 
680 West Fifth Street 
Winston-SaSem, UQ 27101 



FOREWORD 

"In days of old, 
When knights were bold — " 

Long ago in the days when men lived 
by their own strength alone, the spirit of 
chivalry came into being. Stories of gal- 
lant knights and fair ladies, products of 
this age of chivalry, remain to us in the 
form of "Idylls of the King", written by 
that great master of English poetry, Al- 
fred Lord Tennyson. Wishing to keep 
alive the noble tradition of knighthood, 
we, the staff of the Black and Gold, se- 
lect as our theme, "King Arthur and the 
Knights of the Round Table". 





Volume XXIII 
Published by the 

BLACK AND GOLD STAFF 

Richard J. Reynolds High School 
Winston-Salem, N. C. 



Table of Contents 



I. Scenes 

II. Faculty 

III. Classes 



IV. 


Urbanizations 


V. 


Athletics 


VI. 


Features 


VII. Advertisements 


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To 

Miss Irene Jones 

For her patient and untiring efforts in bettering the 

school, we, the classes of 1934, gratefully dedicate 

this volume. 




3n Jlemoriam 

LOUISE BURTON 

JUNE 30. 1917 NOVEMBER 1 I, 1933 




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FACULTY 

John Watson Moore, A. B., Superintendent of Winston-Salem Schools 
Duke University, University of Chicago, Davidson College 

Claude Reuben Joyner, A. B., Principal of Richard J. Reynolds High School 
University of North Carolina 

Gladys E. Moore, A.B., Ed. M. f Vocational and Educational Adviser 
University of Minnesota, Harvard University 

Anna Lula Dobson, B. C. S., Dean of Girls 
Eastman College, Palmer School, Salem College, Woman's College of U. N. C. 

HEADS OF THE DEPARTMENTS 
Mary C. Wiley, A. B., English 

Woman's College of University of North Carolina 

Gladys E. Moore, A. B., Ed. M., Social Science 

University of Minnesota, Harvard University 

Dorothy Forsythe, B. S., Home Economics 

Peabody College. Georgia State College 

Sarah Olive Smith, B. S., Ed. M., Mathematics 

Guilford College. Duke University 

Annie Preston Heilig, A. B., Language 

Woman's College of University of North Carolina 

Robert S. Haltiwanger, B. S., M. A., Science 

Davidson College. Duke University 

Anna Lula Dobson, B. C. S., Commercial 

Eastman College, Palmer School. Salem College, Woman's College of U. N. C. 

Millard Jackson, B. E., Industrial Arts 

Eastern Illinois State Teachers College 

Lucille Nix, A. B., Library 

Greenville Women's College, Emory University 

Rosa Tinder, B. S., Cafeteria 

Peabody College, Cornell University. Harrisburg State Teachers College 

OFFICE ADMINISTRATORS 

Helen Craddock Burnette, Secretary 
Mildred Ferguson, Clerical Mildred Cox, Clerical 



Page fifteen 




MR. JOHN WATSON MOORE 

Superintendent of Winston-Salem City Schools 




MR. CLAUDE REUBEN JOYNER 

Principal of Richard J. Reynolds High School 



ENGLISH DEPARTMENT 



Thelma Albright, A. B. 

Greensboro College 
Duke University 

Inez P. Brooks, A. B., M. A. 

Georgia State Teachers College 

University of Georgia 

University of North Carolina 



Lucile Edwards, A. B. 

Greenville Women's College 

Elizabeth Kapp, A. B. 

Salem College 
Greensboro College 

Mildred Moores, A. B. 

Greensboro College 



Grace Sheets, A. B. 

Greensboro College 
Columbia University 

Marjorie Siewers, A. B. 

Salem College 

Hazel Stephenson, A. B., M. A. 

Salem College 
Columbia University 

Mary Sterling, A. B. 

Woman's College of University of Notrh' Carolina 

Ruth Troutman, A. B. 

Columbia University 
Lenior Rhyne College 

Grace Taylor Stuart, A. B. 

Guilford College 

Columbia University 

University of North Carolina 



SOCIAL SCIENCE DEPARTMENT 



Walker Barnette, A. B., M. A. 

University of North Carolini 

H. C. Hawn, A. B. 

Lenior Rhyne College 

Irene Barton Jones, B. S. 

Greenville Women's College 



Margaret Lumpkin, A. B. 

Georgia State College for Women 

Janie Weaver, A. B. 

Greensboro College 

J. R. Wells, A. B. 

University of North Carolina 



Annie Hobbs Anderson, B, S. 

Radford Teachers College 
University of North Carolina 



HOME ECONOMICS DEPARTMENT 
Ruth Helmich, B. S. 

Salem College 

MATHEMATICS DEPARTMENT 



Earl E. Crawford, A. B. 

University of North Carolina 

L. W. Crowell 

Springfield College 

Myrtle Dobbins, B. S. 

Radford Teachers College 



Kenneth M. Peters, A. B. 

Emory and Henry College 

Katherine Rogers, A. B. 

Winthrop College 

Kathryn Emmart, B. A., M. S. 

Salem College, Penn. State 



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LANGUAGE DEPARTMENT 



Margaret Bailey, A. B. 

Winthrop College 

Faye Martin, A. B. 

Woman's College of University of North Carolina 

Mary Martin, A. B. 

Duke University 



Pauline Lois Whitley, A. B. 

Oxford College 
Touraine University, France 

Lessie Brown Phillips, A. B. 

Salem College 
University of North Carolina 



SCIENCE DEPARTMENT 
W. S. Buchanan, B. S. Ralph F. W. Brimley, B. S. 



Davidson College 
Duke University 

Flossie Martin, A. B., B. S. 

Salem College 

Columbia University 

University of North Carolina 

Alleghany School for Natural History 



North Carolina State College 



Joseph T. Pfohl, A. B. 

Moravian College 
University of North Carolina 
Salem College 



COMMERCIAL DEPARTMENT 



Mae Berson, B. S. 

State Teachers College, Fredericksburg, Va. 

Ruth A. Ford, B. C. S. 

University of Colorado 

Louisiana State Teachers College 

Bowling Green Business University 

Louisiana State University 

Mary L. Huggins, B. S. 

Peabody College 
University of Kentucky 
Bowling Green Business University 



Bess A. Ivey, A. B. 

Salem College 

Eastman College 

University of North Carolina 

Garnett Kelly 

Wake Forest College 

Roanoke National Business College 

Woman's College of University of North Carolina 

Hessie Watts, A. B., M. A. 



Duke University 



Donnye Worley 



Peabody College 

Draughon's Business College 

Graduate of Palmer School of Writing 

Graduate of Zaner Bloser School of Writing 

Salem College 



INDUSTRIAL ARTS DEPARTMENT 
Frederick Elrick, B. S. Frank W. Swant 

Kansas State Teachers College The Stout Institute 

Mergenthaler Linotype School Menononie, Wis. 



LIBRARY 
Mae Kreeger, A. B. 

Salem College 



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JANUARY CLASS OFFICERS 

Albert Shermer President Elaine Middleton Historian 

Harold Thomerson Vice President Bobby Mills Prophet 

Helen Contos Secretary O. G. Allen Poet 

Lucy Feme Vaughn Treasurer William Thrift Testator 

Ann Brown Mascot 

Miss Annie Preston Heilig, Faculty Adviser 

Colors: Blue and White Flower: Carnation 

Motto: "He Conquers Who Conquers Himself 



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Anna Wilma Albarty 

"And lightly was her slender nose. 

Tip-tilted like the petal of a [lower/' 

General Course 

Favorite Character' — Little Orphan Annie 

Jr. Dramatic Club 2, 3; Library Page 1: N. 
C. Club 3, 4; Student Y 2, 3; Boosters 
Club 1, 2, 3. 



O. G. Allen, Jr. 

"Our hoard is little, but our hearts are 
great." 

Scientific Course 
Favorite Character — Richard Halliburton 

Aviation Club 3; Travel Club 3; Class 
Poet 4. 



Otis Wayne Allen 

"What rights are his that dare not strike 
for them?" 

Industrial Arts Course 
Favorite Character— My Father 

Soccer 2; Track 1, 2, 3: Printing Club 3. 
4: Boosters Club 1. 2; Aero. Club 1. 2. 



SaDell Edna Allred 

"Answer them 
With laughter." 

Household Arts Course 

Favorite Character— Robert Montgomery 

Cashiers Club 1; Jr. Dramatic Club 2. 3. 



Arlene Bassett 

"Because right is right, to follow right 
were wisdom in the scorn of conse- 
quence." 

Modern Language Course 
Favorite Character- — Shakespeare 

Knoxville High School; French Club. 



Norris Linville Bodenheimer 

"The thrall in person may be free in soul.' 
Industrial Arts Course 
Favorite Character— Zane Grey 
Scrub Football 3; Aero. Club 2. 



James C. Boiling 

"Since the good mother holds me still a 
child." 

Scientific Course 
Favorite Character— Popeye 
Radio Club 1, 2; Salesmanship Club 3, 4; 
Travel Club 4. 



George Washington Brendle 

"Let be my name until I make my name." 
General Course 
Favorite Character— Zane Grey 
Jr. Dramatic Club 2, 3; Aero. Club 2, 3. 



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Leon Hauser Carter 

. . . Be men 

With strength and will to right the 

wrong'd." 

General Course 

Favorite Character— Buck Jones 



Iris Louellen Caudle 

"Obedience is the courtesy due to kings. 
General Course 
Favorite Character — Amelia Earhart 
Metric Sci. Club 2. 3; Wide Awake Girls 
Club 1, 2; Jr. Dramatic Club 1, 2; Cashiers 
Club 4: Boosters Club 3. 



Myrtle W. Clay 

"With this [or my motto, rather use than 
fame." 

Modern Language Course 

Favorite Character— Big Bad Wolf 

Fresh. Girls Club 1; Metric Sci. Club 2; 

Travel Club 3; G Hi 3. 4: Cashiers Club 

4; House of Rep. 4; Executive Member 4. 



Laura Elizabeth Click 

"Behold her eyes— beautiful." 
General Course 
Favorite Character — Sinclair Lewis 
G. A. A. 1, 2. 3, 4; Treas. 3; Varsity Ten- 
nis 2, 3: Varsity Hockey 2. 3. 4; Class 
Soccer 1, 2, 3; Class Tennis 1: Class Base- 
ball 2; Class Basketball 2; Good Hand- 
writing Club 1. 2; Sec. 1: Wide Awake 
Girls Club 3; Jr. Dramatic Club 2, 3: Aero. 
Club 1; Monogram Club: Sr. Marshal 3. 



Edyth Elizabeth Conrad 

"Lead and I follow." 

Household Arts Course 

Favorite Character — Claudette Colbert 

G. A. A. 1; Jr. Dramatic Club 1. 2; N. C. 

Club 3. 4; Etiquette Club 4; Wide Awake 

Girls Club 4. 



Helen Contos 

" We needs must love the highest when 
we see it." 

Commercial Course 
Favorite Characters — Three Little Pigs 
Nat'l. Hon. Soc. 4; Quill and Scroll 3. 4; 
Sec. 3, 4; Class Sec. 3, 4; Student Y 3, 4; 
Pres. 4; Treas. 4; Comm. Club 1; Wide 
Awake Girls Club 3, 4; Pine Whispers 
Staff 3. 4; Cashiers Club 2; Stunt Night 3. 



Louise Cottrell 

"Spread the slow smile through all her 

company." 

General Course 

Favorite Character— Ruby Keeler 
Wide Awake Girls Club 3, 4; Jr. Dramatic 
Club 1, 2; Sr. Marshal 3; Etiquette Club 2; 
Pine Whispers Staff 4. 



William Thomas Cranfill 

"Doubt not; go forward." 

General Course 
Favorite Character~~7.ane l Grey 
Debaters Club 1; Jr. Dramatic Club 2. 
Printing Club 4. 




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Philip J. Daye 



" With one main purpose ever at my 
heart." 

General Course 

Favorite Character — Guy Lomhatdo 

Boosters Club 2, 3; Aero. Club 1; Scouting 

Club 4; Pres. 3: V. Pres. 4; Ass't Mgr. 

Cross Country 3; Varsity Tennis 4. 

Frances Dillon 

"Her manner had not that repose which 
stamped the mien of Vere de Vere." 

General Course 
Favorite Character— Betty Boop 
G. A. A. 1; Class Soccer 1, 2; Class Bas- 
ketball 1, 2; Penmanship Club 1; Boosters 
Club 4; Salesmanship Club 3, 4; Cashiers 
Club 4; Aero. Club 2. 



Doris Evans 

"How modest, kindly, all accomplished, 
wise." 

General Course 
Favorite Character— Joel McCrea 
Comm. Club 1; Fresh. Girls Club 1; House 
of Rep. 2; Etiquette Club 3; Wide Awake 
Girls Club 2; Student Y 4; Jr. Dramatic 
Club 3; Girl Reserve 3; Pine Whispers 
Staff 4. 

William E. Fishel 

". . . . Mainly use and skill ace winners in 

this pastime.'' 

Latin Course 

Favorite Character — Will Rogers 
Salesmanship Club 3. 4; Travel Club 3, 4; 
Band 1, 3. 

Brunace Fowler 

"Was that lair charm invented by your- 
self?" 

Scientific Course 
Favorite Character — Pres. Roosevelt 
Calvin Wiley Lit. Soc. 1; House of Rep. 1; 
Aero. Club; Sec. and Treas. 2, 3; Arti- 
culture Club 3. 4; Pres. 3; Fresh. Debaters 
Club I. 

Muriel Stine Freeman 

'Wearing her wisdom lightly." 
Commercial Course 
Favorite Character— Jean Parker 
Comm. Club 1. 2; Fresh. Wide Awake 
Girls Club; Cashiers Club 3, 4; All-Around 
Club 4; Wide Awake Girls Club 2, 3, 4; 
Etiquette Club 3, 4; Nat'l Hon. Soc. 4. 

James Irving Fulton 

"One still strong man in a blatant land." 
General Course 
Favorite Character—Pres. Roosevelt 
Winston-Hi Players 1, 2; Cast "Capt. 
Applejack" 3; Cast "Circus Phantom"; 
Debaters Club 1; Band 1, 2, 3; Orch. 2, 3. 

Opal Evelyn George 

"Be patient, our playwright may show 
In some fifth act what this wild drama 

means." 

Household Arts Course 

Favorite Character— Joel McCrea 
Cashiers Club 1. 2; Boosters Club 1; Jr. 
Dramatic Club; Wide Awake Girls Club 
3; Etiquette Club 3; House of Rep. 1. 



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Martha Nevada Grubbs 

"And statesmen [or her council met." 
Household Arts Course 
Favorite Character — Bing Crosby 
Cashiers Club 1; Jr. Dramatic Club 1, 2. 
3; Etiquette Club 3, 4; Sr. Marshal 3; 
Wide Awake Girls Club 3, 4. 



Harold E. Hartley 

"He never mocks, for mockery is the fume 
of little hearts." 

General Course 

Faiorite Character — Richard Halliburton 

Jr. Dramatic Club; Salesmanship Club; 

Travel Club; Cross Country Team; Track 

Team. 



Ruth Hartman 

' Woman is various and most n 
General Course 
Favorite Character — Mae 



West 



Oliver Thomas Hayes, Jr. 

" This greener laurel for the brows of him 
that uttered nothing base." 
Scientific Course 
Favorite Character— -Richard Halliburton 
Travel Club 4; Boosters Club 1, 2. 



Beulah Heggie 

"/ am part of all that I have met." 
Household Arts Course 
Favorite Character— Jean Valjean 
Salesmanship Club 3, 4; Jr. Dramatic Club 
1, 4; Etiquette Club 3, 4. 



Clyde Melvin Highfill 

"Knowledge comes, but wisdom lingers." 
Scientific Course 
Favorite Character— Lindbergh 
Internat'l Relations Club 3, 4; Calvin Wil- 
ey Lit. Soc. 4. 



Gwendolyn Louise Hopkins 

"A damsel . . . With a brow . . .May 

blossom, and a cheek of apple-blossom." 

Modern Language Course 

Favorite Character — Sinclair Lewis 

Jr. Dramatic Club 3; Etiquette Club 2, 3, 

4; French Club 2; Nature Lovers Club 2; 

Girl Reserve 3; Wide Awake Girls Club 2. 



George W. Howard 

"Oh well for him whose will is strong." 

Scientific Course 

Favorite Character — "Ty" Cobb 

Fresh. Debaters Club; Cashiers Club 1; 

Varsity Baseball, 4. 




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Page twenty-seven 




Sara Johnston 

"Of temper amorous as the first o[ May." 

Commercial Course 

Fauorite Character— Janet Gaynor 

May Day 1; Nature Lovers Club 4; Metric 

Sci. Club 4; Comm. Club 1. 



Gretchen Graham Jones 

"Hack! by the bird's song ye may learn the 
bird." 

General Course 
Fauorite Character — Janet Gaynor 
Fresh. Dramatic Club 1; Jr. Dramatic Club; 
Stunt Night 4; Sr. Marshal 3: Wide Awake 
Girls Club 3, 4; Library Page 1. 2; Girls 
Glee Club 3, 4; Mixed Chorous 3, 4; State 
Music Contest 3; Cast "Swords and 
Scissors" 3. 



Elma Justice 

'True humility, the highest virture, mother 
of them all." 

Modern Language Course 
Favorite Character— Jean D' Arc 



Margaret Virginia Kimel 

"Sweet and stately, and with all the grace 
of womanhood." 

General Course 
Fauorite Character' — Janet Gaynor 
Comm. Club 1: Writing Club I; Wide A- 
wake Girls Club 2, 3, 4; 



Helen Gwynn Kirby 

"Vour su'eer [ace makes good fellows foots 
and traitors." 

Modern Language Course 
Fauorite Character— Helen of Troy 
Fresh. Girls Club 1; Travel Club 3; Cash- 
iers Club 2. 3, 4. 



Carl Bynum Kirkman 

"Dost thou not vex thy poet's mind with 
thy shallow wit?" 

Industrial Arts Course 

Favorite Characters— Stan Laurel and 

Oliver Hardy 

Aero. Club 1, 2; N. C. Club 4; Architect 

Club 4. 



Frances Ruth Knight 

"Sweet girl graduate in her golden hair." 
General Course 
Favorite Char artcr— Big Bad Wolf 
Handwriting Club 1; Band 2, 3; Jr. Dram- 
atic Club 3. 4; Sr. Marshal 3; Nature Lov- 
ers Club 2; Etiquette Club 2; Girls Wide 
Awake Club 3, 4; Cashiers Club 1, 2. 



R. Gilbert Lee 

"Hold thou the beautiful; define it well." 
General Course 
Favorite Character— Elmer 
Cashiers Club 2, 3; House of Rep. 2, 3; 
Club Dawn 3; Boosters Club 2, 3; Radio 
Club 4; N. C. Bus. and Prof. Women's 
Club Prize 4; 3rd place Graham Art Con- 
test 4; Hon. Men. Book Week Poster Con- 
test; Track 2, 3; Cross Country 4; Areo. 
Club 1; Black and Gold Art Editor 4; 
Quill and Scroll 4. 



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M. E. Manuel, Jr. 

"A stepson of the gods, divinely tall." 

Commercial Course 

Favorite Character — Ben Lyon 

Ccmm. Club 1; Cashiers Club 2; Etiquette 

Club 4. 



Euna Marshall 

" Who longed for the true, the just." 
Commercial Course 
Favorite Character— Zasu Pitts 
May Day 1; Boosters Club 1. 3; Wide 
Awake Girls Club 2, 3; House of Rep. 
2; Pine Whispers 2, 3, 4; All-Around Club 
4; Etiquette Club 3. 



Bernice McDaniel 

"Self-reverie, self-knowledge, self-control." 

Household Arts Course 

Favorite Character— Ginger Rogers 

Jr. Dramatic Club 2. 3; N. C. Club 3, 4; 

Cashiers Club 1, 2. 



Elaine Middleton 

"Elaine the fair, Elaine the lovable." 
Modern Language Course 
Favorite Character-^Launcelot 
May Day 1; Cashiers Club 1; Aero. Club 
2; Jr. Dramatic Club 2. 3; House of Rep. 
2; Travel Club 3, 4; Reporter 4; Reading 
Club 1; Debaters Club 2, 3; Calvin Wiley 
Lit. Soc. 4; Historian 4. 



Evelyn Mitchell 

' ' In me there dwells 

No greatness, save it be some far-off touch 
Of greatness to know well I am not 
great." 

Commercial Course 
Favorite Character-— Eddie Cantor 
May Day 1; Library Page 1; Comm. Club 
1; Wide Awake Girls Club 2; Jr. Dram- 
atic Club 2; Etiquette Club 2; Boosters 
Club 3, 4; Nature Lovers Club 3; All- 
Around Club 4; Pine Whispers 4. 



George Montgomery 

"Rich in saving common sense." 
Commercial Course 
Favorite Character— Eddie Cantor 
Track 2; Monogram Club 3, 4; House of 
Rep. 1. 

Cletus Matro Moore 

"Kind hearts are more than coronets." 
Commercial Course 
Favorite Character-— Anne Lindbergh 
Jr. Dramatic Club 2, 3; Metric Sci. Club 
2; G. A. A. 1, 2, 3, 4; Cashiers Club 2, 
3, 4; Etiquette Club 2, 3, 4; Varsity Bas- 
ketball 4; Soccer 4; Fresh. Boosters Club 1; 
Fresh. Debaters Club 1; Calvin Wiley Lit. 
Soc. 4; French Club 1. 



John Myers 



'The tower of strength which stood four 
square to all the winds that blow." 
Scientific Course 
Favorite Character^ Richard Halliburton 




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Martha A. Nance 

"The darling of the court." 

Modern Language Course 
Favorite Character — Joe Penner 
Fresh. Girls Club 1; Aero. Club I; Hockey 
1, 2; Stunt Night 1; Winston-Hi Revue 2; 
Jr. Dramatic Club 3. 4; Etiquette Club 4; 
Metric Sci. Club 2; Baseball 1, 2; Girl 
Scout 1; Pine Whispers 3, 4; G. A. A. 
1, 2. 

Nettie Sue Parnell 

"Oh, all the sweet and sudden passion o[ 

youth." 

General Course 

Favorite Character— Betty Boop 
Handwriting Club 1; May Day 1; Boosters 
Club 3, 4; Jr. Dramatic Club 3; Metric 
Sci. Club 4; Sr. Marshal 3. 



Grace Payne 



"/ love that beauty should go beautifully." 
General Course 
Favorite Character— Katherine Hepburn 
Wide Awake Girls Club 2, 3; Cashiers 
Club 1: Jr. Dramatic Club 1. 3: Winston 
Hi Players 3. 4; Etiquette Club 3: Girl 
Reserve 1; May Day 1; 1st and 2nd place 
Book Week Contest 4, 5; Class Tennis 1; 
Nature Lovers Club 3. 

Bernard Oliver Peddycord 

"/ do not sing because I must. 
And pipe but as the linnets sing." 
Industrial Arts Course 
Favorite Character — Zane Grey 
Band 2. 3, 4: Orch. 2, 3; Stamp Club 3; 
Jr. Dramatic Club 1, 2; State Music Con- 
test 2. 3, 4. 

Clara Mae Pegram 

"Wearing all the weight of learning 
Lightly like a [lower." 

Commercial Course 
Favorite Character — Janet Gaynor 
May Day 1; Comm. Club 1; Library Page 
1, 2, 3; Home Ec. Club 1; Wide Awake 
Girls Club 4; Jr. Dramatic Club 3; Nat'l 
Hon. Soc. 4. 

Lillian Margaret Pope 

"The path of duty is the way to glory." 

Household Arts Course 

Favorite Character — Bing Crosby 

Etiquette Club 2, 3; House of Rep. 1; 

Salesmanship Club 3. 

Alma Roesel 

"She might wear as fair a jewel 
As is on earth." 

Commercial Course 
Favorite Character— Big Bad Wolf 
Comm. Club 1; Girl Scout 1, 2; All 
Around Club 4; Sec. 4; Wide Awake 
Girls Club 3, 4; May Day 1, 2; Student 
Y 3, 4; Sec. 4; Sr. Marshal 3. 

Elizabeth Emma Sampson 

"Going in nobler mode of life 
With sweeter manner, purer laws." 
Modern Language Course 
Favorite Character — Xasu Pitts 
Metric Sci. Club 2. 3, 4; Sec. 3; Pres. 4; 
Jr. French Club 2; G. A. A. 2. 3. 4: Cash- 
iers Club 3; Stunt Night 4; Varsity Base- 
ball 3; May Day 1, 2. 



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N. T. Sandefur, Jr. 

"Ah. why. . . 
Should life all labor be?" 

General Course 
Favorite Character— Cleopatra 
Cross Country 1, 2. 3; Capt. 5: Track 2. 3. 
4: Monogram Club 3, 4. 5; Quill and 
Scroll 3. 4, 5; Mgr. Ed. Pine Whispers 
4; Sports Editor 3. 4: Playwriters Club 
2; Speakers Bureau 2. 3. 

Pansy Shaver 

"Eyes ol pure woman, wholesome stars of 

love." 

Commercial Course 

Favorite Character— Janet Gaynor 
Wide Awake Girls Club 3. 4; Etiquette 
Club 3, 4: Jr. Dramatic Club 2: Salesman- 
ship Club 2; Girl Reserve 1; Class Base- 
ball 1; Class Soccer 2: May Day 1. 

Albert Shermer 

"A knight of Arthur, working out his will 
to cleanse the world." 

Commercial Course 
Favorite Character— Boob McNutt 
Class Pres. 1. 3, 4; House of Rep. 1, 2. 
3; Library Page 1. 2; Art Club 2, 3; Club 
Dawn 3, 4; Etiquette Club 2. 3; Aero. Club 
1, 2; Black and Gold Staff 1. 2, 3: 1st. 
place State Poster Contest 1; 1st place 
Graham Art Contest 3; Hon. Men. Lit. 
Guild 3: Cross Country 2. 3. 

Dillard Shermer 

"Howe'er it be. it seems to me, 
'Tis only noble to be good." 
Scientific Course 
Favorite Character— Mr. Haltiwanger 
Council 1; House of Rep. 1; Class Treas. 1. 

Elizabeth Smith 

"A rosebud set with little wilful thorns." 
General Course 
Favorite Character — Cary Grant 
Fresh. Girls Club 1; Jr. Dramatic Club 3; 
Etiquette Club 3; Girl Reserve 1, 2. 3: 
Student Y 4; Metric Sci. Club 2, 3; Na- 
ture Lovers Club 2; Wide Awake Girls 
Club 3; Comm. Club 1: Pine Whispers 4. 

James Otha Smith 

"Live pure, speak true, right wrong, fol- 
low the king. 
Else, wherefore born?" 

Scientific Course 
Favorite Character— Eddie Rickenbacker 
North Jr. High 1. 2; Natl Hon. Soc. 4. 

Dorothy Solomon 

"A simple maiden in her flower." 
Commercial Course 
Favorite Character— Thelma Todd 
Library Page 1. 2; Cashiers Club 1; Good 
Handwriting Club 1; Nature Lovers Club 
2; Soccer 1; Boosters Club 2; Travel Club 
3; Salesmanship Club 2, 3; Wide Awake 
Girls Club 4: Playwriters Club 2. 

James O. Sparks 

"He is so full of lustihood." 

Industrial Arts Course 
Favorite Character — Ann Leaf 
Cashiers Club 1. 3: House of Rep. 1, 3. 4; 
Lit. Club 2; Class Baseball 2; Printing 
Club 2. 3, 4; Sec. 3. 4; Aero. Club 3; Jr. 
Dramatic Club 2; Boosters Club 2; Quill 
and Scroll 4. 




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Aero 
2. 3; 



Luther D. Spaugh 

i6er is more sweet than toil." 

Scientific Course 
Favorite Character — Gar Wood 
Club 1; Etiquette Club 3. 4; Band 1. 
Football 1, 4. 5; Spring Football 3. 



Arthur Stonestreet, Jr. 

With his little hoard of maxims 
Preaching down a fellow's heart." 
Commercial Course 
Favorite Character — Robert Montgomery 
Salesmanship Club 3: Rotary 3. 



Harold Thomerson 

"These [lashes on the surface are not he. 
He has a solid base of temperament." 
General Course 
Favorite Character — Gary Cooper 
Monogram Club 2. 3, 4; Boosters Club 2. 
3. 4; House of Rep. 4; Varsity Football 
3. 4; Varsity Soccer 2: Track 3; V. Pres. 
of Class 4. 



William Francis Thrift 

"Better not be at all than not be noble." 
Commercial Course 
Favorite Character — Clark Gable 
Natl Hon. Soc. 4; Club Dawn 3; Testa- 
tor 4. 



Lucy Feme Vaughn 

"Sport went hand in hand with beauty." 

General Course 
Favorite Character— Mrs. Calvin Coolidge 
Fresh. Hockey 1; Varsity Hockey 2; 
Varsity Baseball 2; Ass't Sec. of G. A. A. 
2; G. A. A. 1. 2, 3: Fresh. Girls Club 1; 
Etiquette Club 4; House of Rep. 4; Wide 
Awake Girls Club 3. 4; Class Treas. 3. 4; 
Pine Whispers 3; Nature Lovers Club 2; 
May Day 1. 



Emily Barnes Walker 

"Oh. yet we trust that somehow, good will 
be the final goal of all." 
Commercial Course 
Favorite Character — Mrs. Calvin Coolidge 
Wide Awake Girls Club 3. 4; Etiquette 
Club 4; Wilber High School. Macon, Ga. 
1, 2, 3. 



James Walker 



"He leaned not on his fathers, but him- 
self:' 

Scientific Course 
Favorite Character— Popeye 
Aero. Club 1. 2; Radio Club 1. 



Earl Weatherman 

"So many worlds, so much to do." 
General Course 
Favorite Character — Sally Rand 
Monogram Club; Printers Club; Soccer 1. 



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Eva Louise Whitakcr 

"There is no joy bat calm." 

Home Economics Course 

Favorite Character — Jane Eyre 

Salesmanship Club 2; Etiquette Club 3, 4; 

Jr. Dramatic Club 4; Cashiers Club 2; 

House of Rep. 2. 



Hazel Wooten 

"And many men desired her." 

Modern Language Course 

Favorite Character — Lillian Harvey 

Fresh. Girls Club 1; Wide Awake Girls 

Club 2; Etiquette Club 4; Student Y 4; 

Aero. Club 1. 



Braxton C. Younts 

"Musing on the little lives of men." 
Scientific Course 
Favorite Character— Richard E. Byrd 
Aero. Club 1; Metric Sci. Club 2, 3. 4: 
V. Pres. 4; Mgr. Cross Country 4; Mono- 
gram Club 4, 5; Treas. 5. 




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POEM OF JANUARY CLASS OF 1934 

O. G. Allen, Poet 

We gallop abreast. 

Our foe is the world. 

We gallop abreast 

Our banners unfurled. 

We ride to the fight 

With a whoop of delight. 

We'll conquer the world. 

The crusaders ride! 

The crusaders ride! 
The trumpets sound. The clarions call 
Reverberating through each kingly hall, 

The call to the battle rings. 

The trumpet call of kings 

Blasts wide the sky. 

Even the sluggards fly. 
Behold! We ride! 

The crusaders ride! 
No more will sound our calling of good cheer. 
No more will fall our footsteps on your ear. 
No more these halls will hear our laughter ring. 
For, on the morrow, all the gods of battle bring 

Their thunder and their fire 

To curdle our desire. 
Tomorrow we will test the teachings of these years 
We've spent in training. All our fears 
Shall leave us as we buck the battle tide. 
All our fears shall vanish as we ride. 
Realized shall be our dreams of wanton days; 
As galloping onward down life's highways, 

We, the Crusaders ride! 

We gallop abreast. 

Our foe is the world. 

We gallop abreast 

Our banners unfurled. 

We ride to the fight 

With a whoop of delight. 

We'll conquer the world. 

The Crusaders ride! 

The Crusaders ride! 



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JANUARY CLASS SUPERLATIVES 





Elizabeth Click and Albert Shermer 
Can scarcely stay on terra firrna, 
For they are the class's most popular two 
Ever ready with something new. 



O Helen May and Helen may not, 
For she and Brunace Fowler, I wot, 
Are the flirts of the Class of '34 
And many triumphs may they score. 




Again Miss Click must make a bow, 
And guess whom we have with her now? 
Blond Harold, that right handsome young 

blade, 
Their looks put the rest of the class in 

the shade. 




Harold Thomerson and Lucy Feme 

Vaughn 
Will never be left feeling forlorn, 
For in athletics they ever shine, 
And laurels their brows will always 

entwine. 



Clara Pegram and William 

Thrift 
Will never in this world be 

adrift, 




ecause of their brains they've 
made a show, 
To them the intellectual 
honors go. 



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HISTORY OF JANUARY CLASS OF 1934 

Elaine Middleton, Historian 



Prologue 
In tracing the history of the January 
class of 1934, let us consider it as a drama 
in four acts, each year of high school life 
being a separate act. 

Act 1 

The curtain rose in 1930. The glimmer- 
ing glare of ambition to be achieved and 
new heights to be attained blinded us. 
We knew neither what to do or what was 
expected of us. We flittered around as 
only Freshmen can — like milkweed pods 
in a whirlwind. Finally, with the help of 
Miss Gwynn, our sponsor, and Albert 
Shermer's leadership as president, we 
settled to the task of setting the stage for 
our little drama, and arranging ourselves 
for the individual parts to be played. 
Only one of our first-act players gained 
renown, N. T. Sandefur, who was 
awarded a monogram for work in athle- 
tics. 

Act 2 

Still dizzy from the effects of our first 
little scene enacted before a sneering aud- 
ience of supposedly sophisticated upper- 
classmen and the many disillusions we 
had experienced, we entered the second 
act of the drama. Imagine the pride these 
groggy-headed little Sophomores felt 
when some of our budding geniuses began 
to blossom. Helen Contos and N. T. 
Sandefur were elected into the Quill and 
Scroll for their meritorious work on the 
publications. Albert Shermer not only 
proved to have outstanding traits of 
leadership but also manifested himself as 
a talented artist when he won the Graham 
Art Contest. 

Act 3 

During act three, our junior year, with 
Miss Hendricks as sponsor, Howard 
Morris, the president, held the center of 
the spotlight. By now the glare was not 
so dazzling. Most of us had found the 
parts we were to play on the athletic 



field, in art, dramatics, journalism, stu- 
dent government, and clubs. Elizabeth 
Click won a school monogram for girls, 
while N. T. Sandefur took honors in 
cross-country and track. Grace Payne 
won second place in the Graham Art 
Contest. James Spear was elected presi- 
dent of the Dawn Club, a new civic org- 
anization for young men, most of whom 
were members of our class. For doing 
such extraordinary work, these boys re- 
ceived personal recognition from Secre- 
tary of Interior Ickes. 

Act 4 
In act four, our last chance before the 
curtain fell, the master stroke was added. 
We who had once been giggling, wild- 
eyed Freshmen became dignified Seniors, 
carrying out parts beyond our dreams of 
three years gone by. Albert Shermer was 
again elected president of the class with 
Miss Heilig as sponsor. This act we knew 
was our last. We had to make good! We 
did! Four of our members, Helen Con- 
tos, Muriel Freeman, Clara Mae Pegram, 
and William Thrift were elected into the 
National Honor Society. James Sparks 
and Gilbert Lee gained membership into 
the Quill and Scroll Society. Albert 
Shermer, John Porter, Arthur Stonestreet, 
M. E. Manuel, and William Thrift rep- 
resented the school at the Rotary Club 
Luncheon. Gilbert Lee won the State 
Poster Contest on the "Progress of 
Woman". Clara Mae Pegram made an 
average of 100 on shorthand and type- 
writing and 98.5 subject average, this 
being the first time in the history of the 
school such grades had been made. 

Epilogue 
Now the curtain drops. Our high 
school days are only the prologue to our 
great drama of life. Today the whole 
world is our stage and we the actors 
(and stagehands), so we laugh and are 
happy to be in this proud pageant of man. 



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PROPHECY OF JANUARY CLASS, 1934 

Bobby Mills, Prophet 



Having achieved my ambition to be- 
come an aviator, I determined to fly to 
the 1983 World's Fair, now being held in 
Paris. I wired to several of my friends in- 
cluding that well known chef, Otha Smith, 
who is now employed at the Hotel New 
Yorker, in New York City. The hotel's 
proprietors are Mr. William Thrift and 
his wife, the former Miss Elizabeth Click. 
To abolish all fear of illness, I wired Dr. 
James Fitzgerald, who is the head mon- 
keyologist at the Zoo of Natural History 
in Washington, D. C. I next wired the 
Honorable Norris Bodenheimer and wife, 
formerly Miss Mary Kelly King. She is a 
student of art at the famous art school, 
Lee, Lee, and Lee which is owned and 
operated by Mr. Gilbert Lee. He stayed 
at the university so long that they made 
him a present of it. 

After calling a few more friends, I start- 
ed to the airport, but on the way was 
stopped by Miss Gwendolyn Hopkins, 
who was in the habit of getting on the in- 
side of all the news. She wanted to go 
with us. 

We had been out to sea two minutes, 
and James Boiling, our radio expert, had 
been getting good weather reports. The 
passengers were being annoyed by that 
practical joker, Brunace Fowler, and that 
well known crooner, Mr. James Colum- 
bo" Spear, from station B. L. U. F. F. 

Ten minutes later when we landed and 
started out to find a good hotel, whom 
should we meet but our old "34" class 
president, Mr. Albert Shermer, who is 
now the head art director at Oxford. Mr. 
Shermer took us to town in his car. As 
we drew up in front of the hotel, the foot- 
man approched us and opened the door. 
I stepped out and glanced up at the man 
who was very tall and rather plump. It 
seemed to me I had seen him somewhere 
before. It came to me like a flash! It 
was my old pal, Braxton Yountz. 

After fifteen minutes of handshaking 
and talking, our party went to the dining 



room where we enjoyed a large meal of 
one pill, the food having been condensed 
into pills. Oh me, the curse of science! 

We proceeded to the fair grounds and 
Dr. Fitzgerald bought the tickets. At the 
gate, we recognized the best looking boy 
in the "1834" class, "Hot Shot" Thomer- 
son. Mr. Thomerson informed us that we 
would get a very pleasant surprise if we 
went to the Officers' Building and asked 
to see the managers. This we did and 
found that our class had done better than 
we had expected. The board was com- 
posed o£ part of our class. Randolph 
Elkins was head of the board, with Mat- 
ro Moore as his secretary. Robert Snow 
was head of the clean-up department, 
while N. T. Sandefur, Jr. kept the guides 
on the run. 

We left the Officers' Building and 
started on a tour of the grounds. First, 
we went to the Science Building, where 
we found James Hodge guarding the ex- 
hibit and playing with a new style steam 
engine. George Howard was in the 
physics department, demonstrating how 
everything can be done and why. 

Seeing all there was to see here, we de- 
cided to go to the Hall of Fame, where all 
of the most important personages are 
pictured. The lower floor was for fam- 
ous inventers. As we passed along, we 
saw several of our old class mates. We 
saw James Fulton, who had invented a 
radio that permitted the person listening- 
in to argue back, and Arthur Stonestreet, 
who had invented a mechanical man that 
could be sent to school. This is for the 
student who wants to go swimming when 
it's too warm to sit in the classroom. We 
then went to the second floor, which was 
for authors. Here we found the pictures 
of Miss Nettie Sue Parnell and Miss Eve- 
lyn Mitchell. 

The flight home was started to our 
wives and children or to our bachelor 
havens. 



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LAST WILL AND TESTAMENT OF JANUARY CLASS 

William Thrift, Testator 



Ladies and gentlemen, Board of Edu- 
cation, Superintendent, Teachers and 
Friends: 

Upon behalf of my client, the January 
class of 1934, I have called you together 
upon this solemn occasion to listen to her 
last will and testament, and to receive 
from her dying hand the gifts she has to 
bestow. 

Listen, then, while I read the document 
as duly drawn up and sworn to: 

Article 1: 

We give and bequeath to the faculty, 
who have been our instructors in all the 
wisdom of the ages, a sweet and unbrok- 
en succession of restful nights and peace- 
ful dreams. 

Our education has been a hard strain 
on them, for seniors are said to be difficult 
to manage. But they have done their 
duty and now they shall have their well- 
earned reward. 

Article 2: 

To Mr. Moore and Mr. Joyner, since 
each has served as principal, and to as 
appreciative faculty a high school can 
have, we extend our sincere thanks for 
the helpful instruction they have given. 
We wish to praise Mr. Joyner for his 
outstanding work. 

Article 3: 

To the Richard J. Reynolds high 
school we leave the dear old school song 
and hope that it will be loved and cher- 
ished as it was by us. 

Article 4: 

We give to the Junior Class all such 
boys as were not able to keep pace with 
such brilliant girls who compose the ma- 
jority of our class, trusting that the junior 
girls may be able to hold more firmly to 
them than we have been able to do, and 



steer them next year through the gates of 
commencement. 

The following may seem but trifling 
bequests, but we hope they may be ac- 
cepted as valuable assets to those who 
may receive them, and a continual remin- 
der of the generosity of heart displayed 
in our full and free bestowal: 

Section 1 : 

To the football team of next year, we 
leave the ability of Harold Thomerson. 
We couldn't induce James Hodges to 
surrender his. 
Section 2: 

To all future class presidents, Albert 
Shermer leaves his ability to convince Mr. 
Joyner of the said president's unerring 
judgment. 

Section 3: 

To Joyner Burns we leave Beulah 
Heggie's gift of gab. 

Section 4: 

To anybody who needs it, we leave 
James Spear's bluff. Apply early and 
avoid the rush. 

Section 5: 

To George Blum, Harold Thomerson 
leaves his executive ability, but not his 
beauty. He'll need that, he fears, and 
won't be coaxed into leaving it behind, 
even with George, who needs it so badly. 

Article 5: 

And at last comes the one thing hard 
for us to part with. To our successors 
we must leave our places in the hearts 
and thoughts of principal and teachers. 
We are sure the faculty will feel the 
same interest in their attempts and suc- 
cesses; the same sorrow when they fail. 
We trust that the class of May, 1934 will 
appreciate all this as deeply as we have, 
that it may be their most precious posses- 
sion, as it has been ours, and the one we 

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MAY CLASS OFFICERS 

Hugh Duggins President Helen Haworth Historian 

Wayland Stewart Vice President Richard Saintsing Prophet 

Charles McCuiston Secretary Mary Miller Poet 

Mary Alice Roebke Treasurer Ashley Little Testator 

Betty Byrd Barnette Mascot 

Miss Ruth Ford, Faculty Adviser 

Colors: Red and White Flower: Rose 

Motto: "Character is the cornerstone oi success" 



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Annie Belle Aaron 

" With quiet eyes e'er faithful to the 
truth." 

Modern Language Course 
Favorite Character — Jane Addams 
Class Hockey 1; Class Baseball 1; Class 
Soccer 1; Class Basketball 1; Tennis 1; 
Boosters Club 1; French Club 2; Etiquette 
Club 2; Wide Awake Girls Club 3: Travel 
Club 3; Pine Whispers Reporter 3; G. A. 
A. 1, 2; Fresh. Girl Reserve 1; Nat'l 
Hon. Soc. 4. 



B. E. Aiken, Jr. 



"Yearning for the large excitement that the 
coming years will yield." 
Commercial Course 
Favorite Character — Bulldog Drummond 
Aero. Club; Eng. Club. 



Frances Wingfield Alexander 

"She is as true as she is sweet." 
Latin Course 
Favorite Character — Anne Lindbergh 
G Hi 3; Wide Awake Girls Club; May 
Day 1. 2; Class Play 1; French Club 3; 
Sec. 3; Girl Scout 1. 2. 3. 4; G. A. A. 
1. 2, 3; Jr. Dramatic Club 1. 2; Jr. Var- 
sity Basketball 3: Class Hockey 2; Class 
Basketball 1, 2; Stunt Night 3. 



Frances Pauline Allen 

"A face of tenderness and kind intent." 

Modern Language Course 
Favorite Character — Helen Wills Moody 
Travel Club 3; G. A. A. 3; Wide Awake 
Girls Club 3; South Jr. High 1. 2. 



Jack D. Allen 

"Eager-hearted as a boy when first he 

leaves his father's field." 

General Course 

Favorite Character — Popeye 

South Jr. High 1, 2; Salesmanship Club 3; 

Aero. Club 3. 



Mary Elizabeth Anderson 

"For she never speaks her mind. 
But is ever the one thing silent here." 
General Course 
Favorite Character— fane Addams 
South Jr. High 1, 2; Wide Awake Girls 
Club 3. 



Glenn E. Anderson 

"/ say this life is pleasant." 
General Course 
Favorite Character— Marshall Fields 
Radio Club; South Jr. High. 



Mary Pauline Anderson 

"Her eyes are downcast, not to be seen. 
General Course 
Favorite, Character— Eddie Cantor 
South Jr. High 1, 2; Travel Club 3. 



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Frances Angelo 

"Would call her friend and sister — " 
Latin Course 
Favorite Character— Clara Barton 
Nat'l Hon. Soc. 4: G. A. A. 1,2. 3; Girl 
Scout 1, 3. 4; Class Hockey 1. 2; Class 
Soccer 2; Varsity Hockey 3; Class Basket- 
ball 1: Class Baseball 1, 2; Class Tennis 
Jr. Dramatic Club 2; Fresh. Girls Club 1 
Fresh. Boosters Club 1; May Day 1; G Hi 
3; French Club: Rep. Treas. 3; Stunt 
Night 3; Cashiers Club 4. 



Mary Elizabeth Angelo 

"She has heart to be gay." 
Latin Course 
Favorite Character — Mary Swartz Rose 
Class Hockey 1. 2; Class Tennis 2; Boost- 
ers Club 2; Jr. Dramatic Club 2, 3; May 
Day 1; Jr. French Club 3; Wide Awake 
Girls Club 3; G. A. A. 1, 2; Etiquette 
Club 2. 3; Girl Scout 3, 4. 



T. A. Apple 

"He seemed to be another Launcelot." 
Latin Course 
Favorite Character—Napoleon 

Moyer Arrington 

But he by wild and way, for half the 
night 
Rode." 

General Course 
Favorite Character— Warner Baxter 
Glee Club 1, 2. 3. 4; State Music Contest 
2, 3. 4; Lit. Soc. 1, 2, 3. 4: Debaters Club 
2. 3, 4; Aero. Club 1. 2. 3; Boys Club 3; 
Boosters Club 3, 4; Band 1; Orch. 1: Tra- 
vel Club 3, 4; 

Helen Arthur 

"This gentle maiden good and true." 
General Course 
Favorite Character— Martha Washington 



Louise Ruth Austen 

"For she. sweet soul, has hardly spoken 

a wordl" 

General Course 

Favorite Character — Kay Francis 
Jr. Dramatic Club 2, 3; Hall Moniter 2; 
Writing Club 1. 



Reid Bahnson 

"A lusty youth who often saw the splen- 
dor sparkling from aloft." 

Latin Course 
Favorite Character — Joe E. Brown 
South Jr. High 1; Jr. Hi Y 2; Sr. Hi Y 3. 
4; Radio Club 2, 3: Metric Sci. Club 3 
Pine Whispers Bus. Staff 3, 4; Mgr. 4 
Sci. Research Club 2; Quill and Scroll 4 
Rotary 4; Nat'l Hon Soc. 4; Ushers Club 4 



Mildred Bailey 



"Sweetly did she speak and move." 
General Course 
Favorite Character — Adelaide Fries 
South Jr. High 1; Metric Sci. Club 3: 
Playwriters Club 2; Nature Lovers Club 2. 
3; N. C. Club 3. 




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Fred A. Baker, Jr. 

"He works his work, centered in the sphere 

of common duties." 

Industrial Arts Course 

Favorite Character — Jimmy Foxx 
Aero. Club 1 , 2; Jr. Dramatic Club 3; 
Class Baseball 4, 5; Football 1 , 4; Class 
Baseball 2. 

Lucile Baker 

"Thou hast no sorrow or tears. 
But a short youth sunny and free." 
General Course 
Favorite Character— Eddie Cantor 
Farmville, N. C. 1, 2, 3, 4; Varsity Bas- 
ketball 5. 



Eugene Bates 



Most blameless is he, centered in the 
sphere of common duties, unfailing ." 
Industrial Arts Course 
Favorite Character — Abraham Lincoln 
Printing Club 3, 4. 



Grady Beck 



inds. 



Club 



Base- 
Aero. 



"Make knowledge circle with the i 
Scientific Course 
Favorite Character — Einstein 
Fresh. Debaters Club 1 : Boys Gle 
2, 3; Baseball 4, 5; Basketball 4. 

William N. Bell Jr. 

"/ would keep a temperate brain." 
General Course 
Favorite Character— Einstein 
Boosters Club 2, 3; Cashiers Club 2 
ball 4; Class Pres. 1; Lit. Soc. 3; 
Club 1; Jr. Dramatic Club 2; Class Baseball 
1, 2, 3. 

Armistead Berger 

"So little done, such things to be." 

Scientific Course 
Favorite Character — Franklin D. Roosevelt 
Fresh. Debaters Club 1; Sr. Debaters Club 2; 
Midget Football 2; Scrub Football 3; Metric 
Sci. Club 2, 3. 

Laura Bland 

"Knowledge comes, and wisdom lingers. 
Some work of noble note will yet be done." 
Latin Course 
Favorite Character— Paderewski 
May Day 1; G, A. A. 1, 2; House of Rep. 
1; Winner George Washington Clipping 
Contest 2; Cast "Streets of New York", 
"Trysting Place", "The Island" 2, 3; Jr. 
Dramatic Club 1, 2; Mgr. Subscription 
Contest 3; Winston-Hi Players 2. 3; Win- 
ner State Playwriters Contest 3; Nat'l Hon. 
Soc. 4; Treas, 4; Class Basketball 2. 

George William Blum, Jr. 

" Whose youth was full of foolish noise. 
Who wears his manhood hale and green." 
Scientific Course 
Favorite Character— My Father 
Winner Boys Solo State Music Contest 3; 
All-Southern Music Convention 3; Varsity 
Boxing 2, 3; Varsity Basketball 2, 3, 4'; 
Mgr. Cross Country 2; Varsity Track 2, 3, 
4; "Once In A Blue Moon", "Cherry 
Blossoms" 3; Boys Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4; 
Mixed Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4; Band 1, 2, 3, 4; 
Drum Major 2, 3, 4; Orch. 1, 2, 3, 4; 
Pine Whispers Staff 4; Varsity Baseball 
4; Pres. Class 1 ; House of Rep. 3; Jr. 
Dramatic Club 1, 2; Football 2. 4. 



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Naomi Ruth Bodenheimer 

"There is none like her, none." 
General Course 
Favorite Character— Jean Harlow 
Cast "Cherry Blossoms" 1; Glee Club 2, 
3. 4; State Music Contest 3, 4; Etiquette 
Club 3; Nature Lovers Club 3: Jr. Dram- 
atic Club 3; Cast "Swords and Scissors" 
3; Sr. Marshal 3; Salesmanship Club 4 
Stunt Night 4; Wide Awake Girls Club 2 
Mixed Chorous 2, 3, 4; Girl Reserve 4 
Travel Club 4. 



Wilson Boiling 

"Strong in will to strive, to seek, to find. 
Scientific Course 
Favorite Character — Einstein 
House of Rep. 1, 2. 3; Jr. Boosters Club 1, 
2; Sr. Boosters Club 3, 4; Class Soccer 
1, 2; Class Baseball 1. 2; Jr. Dramatic 
Club 1, 2; Sr. Dramatic Club 3; Treas. 
Class 1; Cast "Gaius and Gaius, Jr."; 
Stunt Night 2. 3. 



Jessie Boyd 



"Silence is wisdom; I am silent." 
Scientific Course 
Favorite Character— James Cagney 
English Club 1; Music Club 2; Radio Club 
3; Football 1, 2, 3, 4. 



Norman Boyer 

"With all good cheer he spoke and laugh- 
ed." 

Scientific Course 
Favorite Character— Lafayette 



Hazel Brame 

"Give her the glory of going on." 
General Course 
Favorite Character — Richard Halliburton 
N. C Club 3; Travel Club 3; South Jr 
High 1, 2. 



Alonzo Carlton Brandon 

"All times I have enjoyed greatly." 
General Course 
Favorite Character— Eddie Cantor 
Fresh. Aero. Club 1: Penmanship Club 
1, 2: Calvin Wiley Lit. Soc. 2; Salesman- 
ship Club 2, 3, 4; Pres. Class; Cashiers 
Club: Radio Club 3; N. C. Club 3; Socce 4. 



M. V. Brinkly, Jr. 

"A bringer of new things." 

General Course 
Favorite Character — Henry T. Rainey 
Pine Whispers Staff 3, 4; Lit. Soc. 3; 
South Jr. High 1. 2; Quill and Scroll 4. 



Frances Hayney Brown 

"With an air. bright and light 
As the crest of a peacock." 
General Course 
Favorite Character — Cleopatra 
Travel Club 3; Etiquette Club 1, 2; Jr. 
Dramatic Club 2. 3; Salesmanship Club 3; 
Boosters Club 1 ; Radio Club 3; Class 
Hockey Team 1; Soccer 1. 




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M. G. Brown, Jr. 

"It is better to fight for the good than to 
rail at the ill." 

Scientific Course 
Fauorite Character — Popeye 
House of Rep. 1; Fresh. Boosters Club 1: 
Student Council 2; Cashiers Club 2, 3; 
Aero. Club 2; Tennis 2. 3. 4; Basketball 
4: Cheerleader 4; Nat'l Hon. Soc. 4; N. 
C. Club 3; Salesmanship Club 3; Stamp 
Club 3; Rotary 4. 

Lula Irene Browder 

Grace sits on her shining head." 
General Course 
Favorite Character — Jane Addams 
North Jr. High 1. 2; Jr. Dramatic Club 3; 
Girls Etiquette Club 3. 

Francis Bryan 

But an eager-hearted boy 
Yearning for the large excitement of com- 
ing years." 

General Course 
Favorite Character— Franklin D. Roosevelt 
Aero. Club 2; Jr. Dramatic Club 2; Hi Y 4. 



Irving S. Bull, Jr. 

Full of many a vow and pure resolve." 

Scientific Course 

Favorite Character — Marconi 

Nat'l Hon. Soc. 4; Sr. Hi Y 3. 4; Metric 

Sci. Club; Sec. House of Rep. 3, 4; 

Rotary 3; Ushers Club. 

Guy Bullard, Jr. 

Goodly hopes are mine." 

Industrial Arts Course 
Favorite Character— Michaelangelo 
South Jr. High 1, 2; Associate Art Ed. 
Black and Gold 4. 



Horace L. Burgin 

Who reverenced his conscience as his 
king." 

Latin Course 
Favorite Character — Edgar Hoover 
Pres. World Wide Club 1; Band I, 2, 3. 
4, 5; Orch. 3; State Music Contest 1, 2: 
Lit. Soc. 2. 3: Sr. Debaters Club 3; Metric 
Sci. Club 3. 4; Pres. Torch Bearers Club 
2; Jr. French Club 3. 



Joyner Burns 

"The world were not so bitter that a smile 
could not make it sweeter." 
Commercial Course 
Favorite Character— Joe Penner 

Basketball 4; Track 3: Soccer 3. 



Alma Gladys Burton 

"Certain not to fail 

In offices of tenderness." 

Home Economics Course 

Favorite Character— Paul Revere 

Fresh. Boosters Club 1; Sr. Boosters Club 

2. 3; House of Rep. 1. 2, 3; Wide Awake 

Girls Club 3; Jr. Dramatic Club 1, 2. 



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John Burton 

"What is that which I should do. 
I had not been content merely to perish." 
General Course 
Favorite Character — "Abe" Lincoln 

Virginia L. Burton 

"Foe she is kind and stately." 
Commercial Course 
Favorite Character—Thomas A. Edison 
Jr. Dramatic Club 1; Class Soccer 1; Class 
Basketball 1; Class Baseball 1; Varsity 
Baseball 2; Varsity Soccer 2; Etiquette 
Club 3; Stunt Night 2, 3; Girl Reserve 1, 
2. 3, 4; Student Y 4; Salesmanship Club 3. 

George Bynum 

He spake and cheered — 
With large and comfortable words." 
Latin Course 

Favorite Character — Felix Von Luckner 
Nafl Hon. Soc. 4. 5; Pres. 5; Ushers 
Club 3, 4, 5; Rotarv 3; Pine Whispers 
Staff 3; Black and Gold Bus. Staff 4; 
Treas. 4: Metric Sci. Club 3, 4, 5; Treas. 
5; V. Pres. 2; Mgr. Track 4: Monogram 
Club 4, 5; Jr. Hi Y 1, 2; Sr. Hi Y 3, 
4, 5; House of Rep. 3; Eagle Scout 3, 4, 5; 
Cashiers Club 2. 



Thomas Calloway 

"He is courtly and kind." 

Scientific Course 
Favorite Character — Guy Lombardo 

Valeria Campbell 

"And the sunlight broke from her lips." 
Modern Language Course 
Favorite Character — "Babe" Didrickson 
North Jr. High 1, 2; Glee Club 2: Wide 
Awake Girls Club 3; G. A. A. 3; State 
Music Contest 3; Varsity Baseball 3. 

Etta Mae Carner 

Thou are not steep'd in golden languor, 
No tranced summer calm is thine. 
O, ever varying maiden." 

General Course 

Favorite Character— " Babe" Didrickson 

Jr. Dramatic Club 2, 3; Etiquette Club 2. 



Christel Cates 

"How tenderly, not swaying to this [act- 
ion or that." 

Modern Language Course 
Favorite Character — My Mother 

Etiquette Club 2. 3: Wide Awake Girls 

Club 2, 3; French Club 1, 2; Jr. Dramatic 

Club 2, 3. 



Adelaide Caudle 

"Blithe— and 

She could be gracious too. no doubt." 
General Course 
Favorite Character— Mickey Mouse 
May Day 1; Glee Club 1, 2, 3. 4; Cast 
"Swords and Scissors"; Playwriters Club 
3; Wide Awake Girls Club 1, 2; Class 
Hockey 2; Class Soccer 2; Jr. Dramatic 
Club 4; Music Contest 1. 2. 3. 




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Thomas Auman Caulk 

"O hold me for your friend." 
Scientific Course 
Favorite Character — Robert Montgomery 
Class Baseball 1; Sr. Boosters Club 2, 3; 
N. C. Club 3; Midget Football 2; Ass't. 
Mgr. Football 3; Mgr. Football 4; Mono- 
gram Club 4; Scrub Basketball 4; Track 4. 



Veachery Chappell 

"The thall in person may be free in soul." 

Industrial Arts Course 

Favorite Chaiacter — Pope ye 

Woodwork Club 3; Aero. Club; House of 

Rep. 2; Cashiers Club. 



Marie Chitty 



Sweet life lived by kindly deeds.'' 
General Course 
Favorite Character — Mary Lincoln 



Robert Wilson Cloaninger 

"/ have hid my feelings." 

Industrial Arts Course 
Favorite Character — Popeye 
Aero. Club 1. 2. 



Joel Clingman 



'Oh ride abroad redressing human wrongs. 

Scientific Course 

Favorite Character — Edison 



Evelyn Nancy Cobb 

" — I am one with my kind. 

Embrace the purpose of God." 

Modern Language Course 

Favorite Character— Richard Halliburton 

Fresh. Girls Club 1; Nature Club 1. 2: 

Travel Club 3; G Hi 3; Metric Sci. Club 

2. 



Helen Cockerham 

"The world hath not another." 
General Course 
Favorite Chaiacter— Samuel Johnson 
Varsity Soccer 3: Varsity Basketball 3. 4; 
Mgr. 4; Varsity Baseball 3. 4; Wide 
Awake Girls Club 3; G. A. A. 3. 4; Boost- 
ers Club 3; Monogram Club 3, 4; Cashiers 
Club 3; House of Rep. 4; Stunt Night 4. 



James Cohn 

"For I cleave to a cause that I felt to be 
pure and true." 

Scientific Course 
Favorite Character—Robert E. Lee 
Travel Club 3; Cashiers Club 2; Jr. Dram- 
atic Club 2; Boosters Club 2; Scrub Foot- 
ball 4. 



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Opal Cooke 



"Who sees obedience is the bond of rale." 
Commercial Course 
Favorite Character— Phil Harris 
North Jr. High; Wide Awake Girls Club 
3. 4; Jr. Dramatic Club 1, 2; Needle 
Craft Club 1. 2; Sec. 1; Pres. 2; Girl Re- 
serve 1, 2. 



John Correll 



"A life that all the Muses decked." 
Commercial Course 
Favorite Character — Paderewski 
Boosters Club 1; Glee Club 4; Aero. Club 
1; Fresh. Debaters Club; State Music Con- 
test 3; French Club 3. 

Willena Couch 

"Hers was some peculiar mystic grace." 
Latin Course 
Favorite Character— Santa Claus 
Class Basketball, Baseball. Soccer, Tennis 
1; Varsity Basketball 2. 3, 4; Mgr. 3; 
Varsity Tennis Capt. 2; Varsity Baseball 
3; Varsity Hockey 2, 3; G. A. A. 1. 2. 
3; Pres. G. A. A. 4; Jr. Dramatic Club 
1, 2, 3; Glee Club 1; Stunt Night 1. 2; 
Pine Whispers Bus. Staff 3, 4; May Day 
1, 2; Training Mgr. 1. 

Lois A. Covington 

"A healthy frame in a quiet mind." 
Modern Language Course 
Favorite Character — Clara Barton 
Etiquette Club 3; South Jr. High 1, 2; Stu- 
dent Y 3. 4; Wide Awake Girls Club 3; 
Cashiers Club 3. 

Charles A. Crews 

"Thou art a peerless knight." 
Scientific Course 
Favorite Character— Mickey Mouse 
South Jr. High 1. 2; Band 2. 3. 4: V. Pres. 
Band 4; Tied 1st place Baritone Horn Solo 
State Music Contest 3; State Music Contest 
3, 4; Base Horn Solo-State Music Contest 
4; Boy Scout 2. 3. 4. 

Royce A. Crim 

"Let a passionless peace be my lot." 
Latin Course 
Favorite Character— Tar zan 
N. C. Club 2; Track 2. 3, 4; Monogram 
Club 4. 

Frances Cunningham 

"Who was so gentle and unfeigned." 
General Course 
Favorite Character- — Ginger Rogers 
French Club 1 , 2; Jr. Dramatic Club 1.2,4; 
Aero. Club 1; Girl Reserve 1. 2; G. A. 
A. 2, 4; Travel Club 4; Radio Club 4; 
Salesmanship Club 4. 



Joe Currin 



"From underneath his helmet flowed 
His coal-black tresses as he rode." 

Scientific Course 
Favorite Character— Franklin D. Roosevelt 
Fresh. Boosters Club 1; Sr. Boosters Club 
3; Fresh. Track 1; House of Rep. 1; Band 
1, 2; Jr. Dramatic Club; Jr. Hi Y; Scrub 
Football 3; Varsity Football 4; Varsity 
Basketball 4. 




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Glenyce Dalton 

Queen rose of the rosebud garden of 
girls." 

General Course 
Favorite Character— Blanche Calloway 
Class Baseball 1; Class Soccer 1, 2; Eti- 
quette Club 1, 2; G. A. A. 2: Nature 
Lovers Club 2; Jr. Dramatic Club 2; Lit. 
Soc. 3; Metric Sci. Club 3; Varsity Soccer 
3. 

Emily Davis 

"The path of duty was the way to glory." 
General Course 
Favorite Character — Robert E. Lee 
Basketball 1 ; Boosters Club 2. 



Jean Davis 



"With her sunny hair, 
And smile as sunny." 

Latin Course 
Favorite Character— My Mother 
Sec. of Fresh. Boosters Club 1; Pres. of 
Fresh. Boosters Club 1; May Day 1, 2; 
Advanced Chorus 1; Jr. Dramat c Club 2, 
3; G. A. A. 1, 2. 3; Club "13" 3; Fresh. 
Hockey; Tennis 1; Varsity Baseball 2, 3; 
Varsity Basketball 2. 3. 4; Varsity Hock- 
ey 2, 3; Stunt Night 1, 2; Cast "Enter 
the Hero" 2; Ass't Cheerleader 2; Cheer- 
leader 3. 4; Travel Club 3; Girls Metric 
Sci. Club 2; Fresh. Debaters Club I; Cast 
"Streets of New York" 3; Pine Whispers 
Bus. Staff 3, 4; Varsity Swimming 1, 2; Sr. 
Marshal 3; Class Tennis 1, 2, 3; 'Glee Club 
4; Class Track 1; Class Swimming 2; Hik- 
ing Mgr. 1 ; W. S. Monogram 2; N. C. 
Monogram 3. 

Richard Davis 

"Smiling a god-like smile." 
General Course 
Favorite Character — Pope ye 
Salesmanship Club 3. 

Milton Dean 

"One who came to help, not to harm." 

General Course 

Favorite Character—Sea Hag 

Debaters Club 2; Jr. Dramatic Club 3; 

Aero. Club 1; Internat'l Relations Club 3. 

Mary Elizabeth Denny 

"Of the useful and the good paying 
Meet adoration to her household gods." 
Modern Language Course 
Favorite Character — Clara Barton 
Jr. and Sr. French Club 2; Jr. Dramatic 
Club 2. 3: Wide Awake Girls Club 3; 
Etiquette Club 2. 

Blanche Cleon Dixon 

"She is never weary of dance and play." 

Commercial Course 

Favorite Character— Eddie Cantor 

North Jr. High 1, 2; Wide Awake Girls 

Club 3; Etiquette Club 3: Travel Club 3. 

Margaret Lucille Dixon 

"You keep so much of what is graceful." 
General Course 
Favorite Character—" Babe" Didrickson 
Varsity Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; Varsity Soc- 
cer 1, 2, 3; Capt. 2; Varsity Tennis 1, 2, 
3; Class Hockey 1. 2; Capt. 2; Mgr. 1-, 
Varsity Track 1; G. A. A. 1. 2. 3; Pres. 
3: Monogram Club 4; Etiquette Club 3: Jr. 
Dramatic Club 2. 3; Girls Metric Sci. Club. 



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Dorothy Elizabeth Dize 

"Sighs, and slow smites, golden 
eloquence." 

General Course 
Favorite Character— Anne Lindbergh 
Cashiers Club 1. 3. 4; Boosters Club 1: 
Class Soccer 1; Class Hockey 1; Varsity 
Baseball 2; Varsity Soccer 3; Class Basket- 
ball 2; G. A. A. 1. 2. 3. 



Hugh Duggins 

"Iron-jointed supple-sinew' d, he 
shall dive, and he shall run." 
Scientific Course 
Favorite Character— Robert E. Lee 
Fresh. Debaters Club 1; Boosters Club 2, 
3; Monogram Club 2, 3. 4; Pres. 4: Hi Y 
3: Scrub Football 1; Varsity Football 2, 3; 
4: Capt. 4; Class Treas. 2, 3; Class Pres. 
4- V. Pres. of Council 4; Track 1; Varsity 
Track 2. 3, 4. 



Carl Dull 

"Great deeds cannot die entirely." 
General Course 
Favorite Character — Houdini 
Aero. Club 1. 2; Cashiers Club 2. 3: House 
of Rep. 2. 3. 4; Jr. Hi Y 2; Metric Sci. 
Club 2. 3; Radio Club 2; Football Squad 
4; Sr. Hi Y 3. 

Christine Dunn 

"Earnest of the things thai she should do." 
Latin Course 
Favorite Character— Paderewshi 
Orch. 1. 2; French Club 3; Jr. Dramatic 
Club 2; G Hi 3; Tennis 1; Nat'l Hon. Soc. 
4. 



Doris Lea Dyer 

" Wonders ye have done, 
Miracles ye cannot." 

Latin Course 
Favorite Character— Robert E. Lee 
G. A. A. 1: Class Soccer 1; Class Basket- 
ball 1; May Day 1; Jr. French Club 3; 
Stunt Night 3; G Hi 3; Nat'l Hon. Soc. 4. 



William Edwards 

'As one who feels the immeasurable 
world." 

General Course 
Favorite Character— Will Rogers 



Florence Venable Edmunds 

General Course 
"Such a one do I remember." 
Latin Course 
Favorite Character— T. R. Roosevelt 
Class Soccer 1; Class Hockey 1; Class Ten- 
nis 2; Etiquette Club 3: Jr. Dramatic Club 
1. 2, 3. 



Louise Ellington 

"Gay among the gay." 

Favorite Character — Mr. Joyner 
Varsity Soccer 2; Jr. Dramatic Club 1. 2, 
3; Etiquette Club 1. 2; Cast "Once In a 
Blue Moon"; Cast "The Most Foolish Vir- 
gin"; Cashiers Club 1. 2; Class Tennis 1, 
2; Class Soccer 1, 3; Class Basketball 1, 
2; G. A. A. 1, 2, 3. 




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Bernice Inez Elledge 

"Self -reverence, self-knowledge, self-con- 
trol—These three alone lead life to 
sovereign power." 

Household Arts Course 

Favorite Character — Constance Bennett 

Cashiers Club 1, 2; Jr. Dramatic Club 2, 3; 

G. A. A. 1; Etiquette Club 3; N. C. Club 3, 

4. 



Alan C. Emerson 

"His least remaik was worth the experi- 
ence of the wise." 

Scientific Course 
Favorite Character— Mr. foyner 
Jr. Dramatic Club 1; N. C. Club 3; Boost- 
ers Club 2; Etiquette Club 3; Track 3, 4; 
Basketball 4; Tennis 2. 



Delphine Fant 



7 



nil not cramp my heart." 
Commercial Course 
Favorite Character— Sally Rand 
Fresh. Debaters Club 1; Jr. Dramatic Club 
2, 3; Salesmanship Club 3; Fresh. Glee 
Club 1; Boosters Club 2; "Tangora" Typ- 
ing Club 4; Class Baseball 1, 2; Class Soc- 
cer 1, 2; Class Basketball 1, 2. 



Roy Fansler 



"The grace and versatility of the man!' 
Industrial Arts Course 
Favorite Character — Uncle Remus 
Nature Lovers Club. 



Nonnie Lee Forkner 

"Her own eyes so clear and deep." 
Commercial Course 
Favorite Character — Marie Antoinette 
Travel Club; Etiquette Club; Jr. Dramatic 
Club; State Music Contest; Glee Club; 
Band 1; Boosters Club. 



Raymer L. Faust 

"What knowest thou? 
How runs thy fancy?" 

Scientific Course 
Favorite Character — Richard Bycd 
Boosters Club 3; Aero. Club 2; Cashiers 
Club 1, 2, 3. 4; Jr. Dramatic Club 2; Sales- 
manship Club 3. 



Marguerite Ferebee 

"A heart that dotes on truer charms." 
General Course 
Favorite Character— Phil Harris 
Fresh. Girls Club; Fresh. Glee Club; 
Travel Club 3; Etiquette Club 3; Nature 
Lovers Club 2; Wide Awake Girls Club 2; 
Class Soccer 1; Jr. Dramatic Club 1. 



Thomas Fields 

To sleep I give my powers away." 
General Course 
Favorite Character— Rip Van Winkle 



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Mary Elizabeth Fishel 

"The languors of thy love-deep eyes." 
General Course 
Favorite Character— Ruby Keeler 
South Jr. High 1. 2; Wide Awake Girls 
Club 3; G. A. A. 3; Travel Club 3. 



J. Harris Fitzgerald 

"Kind nature is the best." 
Latin Course 
Favorite Character — Frank Hawkes 
lnternat'1 Relations Club 2, 3, 4; Cashiers 
Club 3: Class Basketball 2; Spring Football 
2, 3: Radio Club; Latin Club 1; Aero. 
Club 2. 



Joe Fletcher 



"Not swift nor slow to change, but firm." 
Scientific Course 
Favorite Character— Popeye 
Pine Whispers Staff 3; Areo. Club 1; Cash- 
iers Club 2; Jr. Dramatic Club 2; Play- 
writers Club 2; Eagle Scout 3: Sci. Club 3; 
Scout Club 3; Stamp Club 3; Boosters Club 
2: Scrub Football 4; Ass't. Mgr. Baseball 
2; Baseball 4; Ushers Club 4. 



Guy Flynt 



"He sings in his boat on the bay." 

Latin Course 

Favorite Character— Woodrow Wilson 

Orch. 1, 2, 3; Band 3, 4; Jr. Dramatic Club 

1. 2; Cross Country 1; Music Contest 1, 3. 



Richard Flynt 



"They praised him soft and low." 
Modern Language Course 

Favorite Character — Richard Byrd 
Hi Y 1; Orch. 1, 2; Band 4; Monogram 
Club 2, 3. 4; Cross Country Team 2, 3; 
Cashiers Club 2, 3; Sr. Hi Y 4. 



"To 



Anna Wray Fogle 



follow knowledge like a shining star." 
Latin Course 
Favorite Character— Anne Lindbergh 
South Jr. High 1; Jr. Dramatic Club 2; G 
Hi 3: Winston-Hi Players 3; Student 
Council 3; Nat'l Hon. Soc. 4; House of 
Rep. 4; Black and Gold Staff 4. 



Jewel Idonia Fortson 

"All of one mind, right honest friend." 
General Course 
Favorite Character— Frances Perkins 
Newton High School 1. 2, 3. 

William R. Fox 

"It may be my lord is weary, 
That his brain is overwrought." 

Modern Language Course 
Favorite Character— John D. Rockefeller 
Jr. Dramatic Club 1, 2; Orch. 1. 2. 3; 
Aero. Club 1; Calvin Wiley Lit. Soc. 2, 3, 
4; State Music Contest 2; Baseball 2; Foot- 
ball 3; Debaters Club 2; Cast "Winston- 
Hi Revue" 2; Class Soccer 1. 




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Elma Eugenia Freeman 

"Her eyes with mute observance hung." 
General Course 
Favorite Character — Kay Francis 
Almand High 1, 2; Etiquette Club 3; Sr 
Wide Awake Girls Club 3. 



Charles Donnel Frye 

"Oh well for him whose will is strong." 

General Course 

Favorite Character— Will Rogers 

Salesmanship Club 3; Travel Club 3; N. 

C. Club 2. 



Ellis Richard Fulk, Jr. 

"Knows but to obey." 

General Course 
Favorite Character— My Father 
South Jr. High 1, 2; Class Basketball 2; 
Travel Club 3; Printers Club 3, 4. 



Voit Gilmore 

"Such a courtesy 

Spake thro' the limbs and in the voice." 
General Course 
Favorite Character— Alexander Hamilton 
Metric Sci. Club 2, 3, 4; Hi Y I. 2. 
3, 5; Ga. Military Academy 4; Rotary 
Club 3; Ushers Club 5; Quill and Scroll 5. 



Jack Gough 



"Call him worthy to be loved." 

General Course 
Favorite Character — "Stonewall" Jackson 
South Jr. High 1, 2; Stamp Club 3; Hob- 
by Club 3. 



Lettie Mac Green 

" With such a fervent flame of human love." 
General Course 
Favorite Character— " Jo" March 
Nat'l Hon. Soc. 4; Student Y 3, 4; Jr. 
Dramatic Club 3; Cashiers Club 2; Fresh. 
Girls Club 1 ; Comm. Club 1 ; Girls Eti- 
quette Club 4; Library Page 2, 3, 4; Class 
Hockey 1 ; Wide Awake Girls Club 3; 
Stunr Night 3. 



Virginia Mae Griffin 

"Sweet nature gilded by a gracious gleam. 
Dear to science." 

Scientific Course 

Favorite Character — Dr. William Mayo 

South Jr. High 1, 2; Travel Club 3; G. 

A. A. 3; Sci. Research Club 3; Wide 

Awake Girls Club 3; Girl Reserve 1, 2, 3. 



ith a half disdain 



Marguerite Grishaw 

" Steep' d in grace, and 
Hid under grace." 

Commercial Course 
Favorite Character— 'Mae West 
Class Basketball 1; Class Baseball 1, 2, 3 
Class Soccer 1, 2; Class Hockey I. 2, 3 
Jr. Dramatic Club 1, 2; Boosters Club 1, 2 
Hobby Club 3; "Tangora"; Typing Club 4 
Salesmanship Club 3; Fresh. Glee Club 1. 



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Adelaide Louise Grunert 

"With mild look of tenderest courtesy." 
Latin Course 
Favorite Character-- Ann Leaf 
South Jr. High 1, 2: Glee Club 2; Mixed 
Chorus 3; State Music Contest 3; Stunt 
N' ig ht 3: Wide Awake Girls Club 3: Eti- 
quette Club 3. 



Margaret Elizabeth Guy 

"Embrace our aims, 
Work out your freedom." 

Modern Language Course 
Favorite Character — Anne Lindbergh 
Fresh. Boosters Club 1; Jr. Dramatic Club 
2, 3; Nature Lovers Club. 



Fred Hahn 

"So kindly gleamed his eyes." 

Industrial Arts Course 
Favorite Character — George Washington 



Mary Belle Hailey 

"Her eyes seemed full of a kind intent." 

Modern Language Course 

Favorite Character— " Jo" March 

North Jr. High 1, 2; Etiquette Club 3; 

Wide Awake Girls Club 3. 



R. Vincent Haizlip, Jr. 

"/ myself must mix with action." 
Scientific Course 
Favorite Character — Knute Rockne 
Aero. Club 1, 2; Boosters Club I. 2, 3; 
Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Varsity 4; Jr. Dramatic 
Club 2, 3: Sec. and Treas. 2; Radio Club 
2; Club Dawn 3, 4; Baseball 4; Monogram 
Club 3. 4; Basketball 3; Cashiers Club 2, 
3. 



Edward B. Hampton, Jr. 

'/ speak with heart and heat and force." 

Scientific Course 

Favorite Character— Richard Byrd 



Elizabeth Hampton 

"A courage to endure and to obey." 
Commercial Course 
Favorite Character — Mickey Mouse 
Wide Awake Girls Club 3; Travel Club 3. 



Rebecca Ruth Handy 

The path of duty was the way to glory." 

Commercial Course 

Favorite Character — Janet Gaynor 

Travel Club 2, 3; Home Ec. Club 2. 3; Jr. 

Dramatic Club 2, 3; Glee Club 1, 2. 3; 

State Music Contest 2. 




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Blanche Hancs 

"/ see the end and know the good." 
General Course 
Favorite Character— Mr. Ray Jordan 
Etiquette Club 2; Jr. Dramatic Club 2, 3; 
Travel Club 3. 

Jake Harris 

"/ yearn to breathe the airs of heaven." 
General Course 
Favorite Character— Fifth Marx Brother 
House of Rep. 3; Aero. Club 2; Jr. Dra- 
matic Club 2. 3; Radio Club 2; Track 2; 
Etiquette Club 2. 

Meta Cornelia Hauser 

"If I make dark my countenance 
I shut my life from happier chance." 
General Course 
Favorite Character— Eleanor Holm 
South Jr. High 1. 2; Boosters Club 3; 
Stunt Night 3. 

Helen Haworth 

"Behold her eyes." 

Latin Course 
Favorite Character — Miss Margaret Bailey 
Lexington High 1; Jr. Dramatic Club 2, 3; 
Class Basketball 2; G. A. A. 2, 3; Black 
and Gold Staff 4: Stunt Night 3; Pine 
Whispers Staff 2, 3, 4; Exchange Editor 3; 
N. C. Club 2; Student Y 2, 3. 4; Class 
Historian 4. 



Jack Haynes 



"Be merry to-day." 

Scientific Course 
Favorite Character — Greta Garbo 
Pres. Fresh. Debaters Club 1; Fresh. Soc- 
cer 2; Metric Sci. Club 2, 3; Varsity Soc- 
cer 3; Varsity Track 3, 4. 



James W. Heath 



Courtesy 
may.' 



sins women all as well as valor 



General Course 
Favorite Character— Eddie Cantor 
Aero. Club 1; Salesmanship Club 2; House 
of Rep. 1 2; Boosters Club 1. 

i Robert M. Helm, Jr. 



it h rugged maxims 



" Whose language rife 
hewn from life." 

Latin Course 
Favorite Character — Robert E. Lee 
Cashiers Club 1: Aero. Club 1; Boosters 
Club 1; Calvin Wiley Lit. Soc. 2. 4; Pres. 
4; Metric Sci. Club 2, 3, 4; Treas. 3; Hi 
Y Club 1, 2, 3, 4, 5; Sec. 2. 3, 4, 5; Club 
"13" 4; Winston-Hi Players 4; Cast "No 
More Americans" 4; Winston-Hi Revue 2; 
Stunt Night 3; Ushers Club 3, 4, 5; Speak- 
ers Bureau 3, 4; Sec. Class 3; Jr. Rotarian 
2; Rotary Oratorical Cup 2, 3, 4; Radio 
Debates 2; 2nd place State American Legion 
Oratorical Contest 3; 1st place Lenior Rhyne 
Oratorical Contest 3; Varsity Debating 
Team 3, 4. 5; Capt. 4; Mgr. 5; Nat'l Hon. 
Soc. 4, 5; Quill and Scroll 5; Pres. 5; 
Black and Gold Staff 4, 5; Ed.-in-chief 5; 
Pine Whispers Reporter 4, 5; Sr. Debaters 
Club 3; Student Council 4; Pres. Inter- 
state Y. M. C. A. Older Boys Conf. 5. 

Hazel Hennis 

"Her court was pure and her life serene." 

General Course 

Favorite Character— Helen Moody 

South Jr. High 1, 2; Wide Awake Girls 

Club 3; Etiquette Club 3; House of Rep. 4. 



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Bertha Hine 

"God made thee good." 

Modern Language Course 
Favorite Character— Paderewski 
Jr. Dramatic Club 1. 2; Wide Awake G 



Club 3; 
us 3. 



Girls Glee Club 2, 3; 



Is 
Mixed Chor- 



James Burnctte Hines 

"He spoke among you. 

Who never sold the truth to serve the 
hour." 

Scientific Course 
Favorite Character— Coach Wade Leggette 
Pres. Student Body 5; V. Pres. Student 
Body 4; Boys Monogram Club 2, 3. 4, 5; 
Pine Whispers Staff 5; Boosters Club 2, 
3, 4; V. Pres. Boosters Club 4: Club 
"13" 3, 4; V. Pres. of Club "13" 4; 
Varsity Football 3, 4, 5; Capt. 5; Varsity 
Track 2, 3, 4, 5; Varsity Wrestling 2; 
Scrub Football 2; Venice, Florida I; Cash- 
iers Club 3, 4; Hi Y 3, 4; Rotary 3. 

James A. Hodge, Jr. 

"/ am quicker of belief 
Than you believe me.'' 

Scientific Course 
Favorite Character — Joe Penner 
Aero. Club 1, 2; Jr. Dramatic Club I. 4; 
Midget Football 1, 2; Salesmanship Club 
3, 4; Travel Club 4: Monogram Club; 
Scrub Football 3; Varsity Football 4, 5. 

Billy Thomas Houston 

"One equal temper of heroic hearts." 
General Course 
Favorite Character— jean Harlow 
Aero. Club 1; Jr. Dramatic Club 3; N. C. 
Club 2; Etiquette Club 3; Boosters Club 3; 
Baseball 3, 4. 

Ruby Howerton 

"No angel but a dearer being." 
Commercial Course 
Favorite Character — Pres. Roosevelt 
House of Rep. 2, 3, 4; Class Basketball 2, 
3; Jr. Dramatic Club 2; Boosters Club 2; 
Wide Awake Girls Club 3; Travel Club 
3; Class Baseball 2, 3; Class Soccer 2, 3; 
Debaters Club 2; Class Capt. 2. 

Evelyn Hubbard 

"Oh, yet we trust that somehow, good 
Will be the final goal of alt." 
Latin Course 
Favorite Character— Richard Byrd 
New York 1; Jr. Dramatic Club 2, 3; Class 
Tennis 2; French Club 3; Treas. 3; G. A. 
A. 2; Stunt Night 3; Nat'l Hon. Soc. 4. 

E. B. Huffman 

So glad was he." 

Scientific Course 

Favorite Character — Raleigh 

Aero. Club 1, 2; Treas. 2: Cashiers Club 

2. 3; House of Rep. 3; Travel Club 3. 

Howard Hunt 

"With self at strife, I take myself to 
task." 

General Course 

Favorite Character— Robert E. Lee 




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Raebourne B. Hurst 

"Ride enl The prize is near/" 

Industrial Arts Course 
Favorite Character — Franklin D. Roosevelt 
Boosters Club 1, 2; Cashiers Club 3: Print- 
ers Club 3, 4. 



Edna Mae Hutchins 

"/ muse on joy that may not cease." 
General Course 
Favorite Character— Ruth 
Bookkeeping and Typewriting Contest: Jr. 
Dramatic Club. 



Myra Lee Hutchins 

"For all things are as they seem to all." 
General Course 
Favorite Character—Eddie Cantor 
South Jr. High 1, 2; Stunt Night 3: Glee 
Club 3: State Music Contest 3; Etiquette 
Club 3; Wide Awake Girls Club 3; Ail- 
Around Club 3. 



Gwendolyn Hyatt 

"Sweet, gracious, kind." 

Modern Language Course 
Favorite Character- — Anne Lindbergh 
Wide Awake Girls Club 2: Girls Metric 
Sci. Club 3; Sr. French Club 1: Travel 
Club 5; Etiquette Club 3, 4: Page Club 1, 
2. 



Helen E. Jackson 

"And we will make us merry as we may." 
General Course 
Favorite Character — Santa Claus 
Winner State Shorthand Contest 3; Spanish 
Team 3; Cashiers Club 4; Calvin Wiley 
Lit. Soc. 3. 



Margaret Hesther Jarvis 

"Tho much is taken. 
Much abides." 

Modern Language Course 

Favorite Character— Pres. Roosevelt 

House of Rep. 1; Sr. Wide Awake Girls 

Club 3; Etiquette Club 3; State Math. 

Contest 3. 



Mary Gibson Jefferson 

"So passionate for an utter purity." 
General Course 
Favorite Character — Juliet Lowe 
Girl Scout I, 2. 3, 4; G. A. A. 1. 2; Jr. 
Dramatic Club 2, 3; Nature Lovers Club 
2; Travel Club 3. 



Albert H. Johnson 

"A red cross knight forever." 

Industrial Arts Course 

Favorite Character— Popeye 

Salemanship Club 2, 3; Fresh. Boosters 

Club 1; Aero. Club 1. 2; Nature Lovers 

Club 3; Sr. Boosters Club 3. 



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Catherine Johnson, 

"Hate of hate, scorn of scorn, love of 
love-" 

Latin Course 
Favorite Character— Admiral /?. E. Byrd 
May Day 1; G Hi 2, 3; Winston Hi Play- 
ers 3; Cast "Spooks" 3; Student Council 
4; Nat'l, Honor Soc. 4; Cast "Finders 
Keepers" 4. 



T. E. Johnson 



"And sweet it was to dream." 
General Course 
Favorite Character— Charles Lindbergh 
South Jr. High 1, 2. 



Ruth Johnston 



"Thou hast a pleasant presence." 
Commercial Course 
Favorite Character— Bing Crosby 
Baseball; G. A. A. 



Walter Johnston 

"The Ughest whisper moved him more 
Than all the ranged reasons of the world. 
General Course 
Favorite Character— Coolidge 



Charles A. Jones 

"O may I be a just and faithful knight of 
God." 

General Course 
Favorite Character-— Abraham Lincoln 
Cashiers Club I, 2, 4; Salesmanship Club 
2; Aero. Club 2, 3; Radio Club 3; Jr. Dra- 
matic Club 2, 3. 



Dorothy Mae Jones 

"Silently in all obedience." 
General Course 
Favorite Character— Mae West 
Fresh. Baseball 1; Etiquette Club 2, 3; 
Wide Awake Girls Club 2. 3; Varsity 
Tennis 3, 4, 5; Varsity Hockey 3; Jr. 
Dramatic Club 4. 



Ruth Jones 

"Smiling, never speaks." 

Commercial Course 

Favorite Character— Ruby Keelev 

Jr. Dramatic Club 1, 2; Nature Lovers 

Club 2; Library Page 1, 2; Cashiers Club; 

Boosters Club 3. 



Wilson Jones 

"Be mine a philosopher's life, in the quiet 
woodland ways." 

General Course 
Favorite Character— Prof . Einstein 
Cashiers Club 2; Internal'! Relations Club 
5; Salesmanship Club 5. 




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Woodrow Jones 

"He seem'd to be another Launcelot." 
General Course 
Favorite Character — Moon Mullins 
Boosters Club 3. 4; N. C. Club 3: Cash- 
iers Club 2. 3, 4; Spring Football 3; House 
of Rep. 2. 



Elsie Jordan 



"That clear-featured face was lovely." 
General Course 
Favorite Character- — Frederick March 
Tennis 1, 2, 3; Class Basketball I, 2: Class 
Soccer 1: Etiquette Club 1, 2; Wide 
Awake Girls Club 2, 3; Salesmanship Club 
3; Jr. Dramatic Club 2; Boosters Club 1, 3. 



Robert Jurney 



"With less guile than many a child." 
Scientific Course 
Favorite Character—Pierre Curie 
Aero. Club 1. 



Sara Ellen Kapp 

A gentle one without the craft to rule." 

Scientific Course 

Favorite Character — "Abe" Lincoln 

Girl Scout 1, 2, 3. 4; Wide Awake Girls 

Club 1, 2; Jr. Dramatic Club 3; Stamp 

Club 2. 3. 



Margaret Ellen Keener 

"Gracious lessons thine, and maxims of the 
truth." 

General Course 
Favorite Character — Mickey Mouse 
Handwriting Club 1; Wide Awake Girls 
Club 3; Etiquette Club 2. 



Margie Kestler 



' Sweet and gentle. 
With all the grace of womanhood." 
Commercial Course 
Favorite Character— Cary Grant 
Travel Club 1. 2; Wide Awake Girls Club 
2. 3; Etiquette Club 2, 3. 



Sarah Lou Kiger 

"How modest, kindly, and how tender." 

Latin Course 

Favorite Character— Richard E. Byrd 

G. A. A. 1. 2; Jr. Dramatic Club 1. 2; 

French Club 3. 



Charles Kimel, Jr. 

"Man is the measure of all, fresh unto 

himself." 

Scientific Course 

Favorite Character— Jean Harlow 
N. C. Club 1. 2; Boosters Club 1. 3; Jr. 
Dramatic Club 1, 2; Radio Club 1, 2. 



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Dorothy Kimel 



'A good woman is a wondrous creature. 
General Course 
Favorite Character — Bing Crosby 
Jr. Dramatic Club 2. 

Francis Kimel 

"/, too, would still be honest." 
Scientific Course 
Favorite Character— Mae West t 
Class Baseball I; Boosters Club 2; Scrub 
Basketball 2; Band 1. 2, 3, 4; Orch. 1, 2. 
3; State Music Contest I, 2, 3, 4; Sec. of 
Band 4; N. C. Club 3; Etiquette Club 4; 
Football 2. 



Sara Ellen King 



nd 



"Teach high thought, amiable word. 

courtliness 
And love of truth." 

General Course 
Favorite Character— Coach Leggctte 
Etiquette Club 2; Boosters Club 2; Jr. Dra- 
matic Club 2; Class Basketball 2; Travel 
Club 3: N. C. Club 3; Lit. Soc. 3; G. A. 
A. 3. 



Lorene Marie Koontz 

"Unshaken peace hath won thee." 
Modern Language Course 
Favorite Character — Florence Nightingale 
North Jr. High 1. 2; Etiquette Club 3; 
Wide Awake Girls Club 3. 



Norma Katherine Kreeger 

"For me. I thank the saints 
I am not great." 

Commercial Course 
Favorite Character— Tom Mix 
South Jr. High 1, 2; Etiquette Club 3; 
Wide Awake Girls Club 3. 



Hildreth Lang 



"Courteous in this, as in all." 
General Course 
Favorite Character — Samuel Johnson 
Sr. Boosters Club 3; Aero. Club 2; Cash- 
iers Club 3. 



Virginia Krites 



"It is well to wish thee happy." 
General Course 
Favorite Character — Miss Irene Jones 
May Day 1; Travel Club 1; Girls Glee 
Club 1. 2; Jr. Dramatic Club 1. 2; Class 
Basketball 2; Wide Awake Girls Club 3; 
Girls Etiquette Club 3; South Jr. High 
1. 2. 



Gladys Lambe 



"And her beauty, grace, and power 
Worked a charm upon them." 

General Course 
Favorite Character— Franklin D. Roosevelt 
Fresh. Dramatic Club; Etiquette Club 1. 2; 
Fresh. Soccer; Soph. Dramatic Club; Travel 
Club 3: Soph. Soccer; Metric Sci. Club 3. 




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Maude Lawson 

"/ have heard, I know not whence, of the 
singular beauty of Maude." 

General Course 
Favorite Character— Joan of Arc 

Etiquette Club 3; Art Club; North Jr. High 

1, 2. 



Delia Virginia Layne 

"Looking wistfully with wide blue eyes." 

Commercial Course 

Favorite Character— Abraham Lincoln 

Central High. Washington, D. C. 1. 2, 3; 

Comm. Club 3. 



Ernest Lefkowitz 

"/ spoke with heart and heat and force." 

Scientific Course 

Favorite Character—Richard E. Byrd 

Fresh. Debaters Club 1: Aero. Club 2; Radio 

Club 3; Ushers Club 4. 



J. T. Lewis 



'Nor swift nor slow to change, but firm. 

General Course 

Favorite Character — Joe E. Brown 



Egbert Lineback 

"Of overpraise and overblame. 
We choose the last." 

General Course 
Favorite Character— Jackson 



Marvin Linville 

"He would serve his kind in deed and 

word." 

General Course 

Favorite Character— Aaron Burr 
Jr. Hi Y 2; Aero. Club 1; Bird Club 1. 



Ashley Little 



"And then he bore without abuse the grand 

old name of gentleman." 

Scientific Course 

Favorite Character — Robert E. Lee 

Scrub Football 2, 3, 4; Tennis Squad 3. 4; 

Cashiers Club 2; Metric Sci. Club 1. 2. 3, 

4; Nat'l Hon. Soc. 4; Ushers Club 4; Jr. 

Hi Y 1; V. Pres. Nat'l Hon. Soc. 4; V. 

Pres. Class 2; Metric Sci. Club; Sec. 3; 

V. Pres. 4; Pres. 4; Fresh. Debaters Club 

1; Rotary 4. 



Nancy Elizabeth Livengood 

"/ mean, as noble as their queen was 
fair." 

General Course 
Favorite Character — Popeye 
South Jr. High 1. 2; Jr. Dramatic Club 1. 
2, 4; Winston-Hi Flayers 3; Cast "Spooks" 
3; Cast "Will of the Wisp" 2; Etiquette 
Club 3; Wide Awake Girls Club 3; Girls 
Glee Club 3; Mixed Chorus 3; Music Con- 
test. 



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George Long 

"Half whistling and half singing.' 
Scientific Course 
Favorite Character — Drake 



Lois Lowder 



■He 



low firm voice and tender govern- 
ment.'' 

Modern Language Course 
Favorite Character — Paderewski 
Orch. 1, 2, 3: Jr. Dramatic Club 3; String 
Ensemble 1, 2; Nature Lovers Club 2. 



Gaither Macy 



"His prowess was too wonderful." 
General Course 
Favorite Character— Prince Willy Nilly 
South Jr. High 1, 2. 



R. M. Mann 

"An eye welt practiced in nature." 
General Course 
Favorite Character— Popeye 
Glee Club 2, 3; "Swords and Scissors" 2; 
Aero. Club 1 , 2; Nature Lovers Club 3; 
House of Rep. 1, 2; Cashiers Club 1. 



Ruth Marr 

A courage to endure and obey." 
General Course 
Favorite Character — Pres. Roosevelt 



Ada Marshall 

"/ would keep a temperate brain." 
Commercial Course 
Favorite Character— Eddie Cantor 
North Jr. High 1. 2; Library Page 3; Wide 
Awake Girls Club 3; Etiquette Club 3; 
Travel Club 3. 



Heston Martin 

"To sleep I give my powers away: 
My will is bondsmen to the dark." 
Scientific Course 
Favorite Character — Mae West 
Fresh. Debaters Club 1; Cashiers Club 1. 
2; Student Council 2; Ass't. Mgr. Track 2: 
Football 1. 2. 3. 4; Radio Club 2; Pioneer 
Club 3, 4; Jr. Dramatic Club 2, 3; Aero. 
Club 1, 2: N. C. Club 3: House of Rep. 1; 
Sci. Research Club 3; Boosters Club 2. 



Mary Matthews 

"Such a one do I remember, whom to look 
at was to love." 

Modern Language Course 
Favorite Character — Willa Cather 
Ed. -in-chief Pine Whispers 4; Associate 
Ed. 3; Associate Ed. Black and Gold 4: 
Debating Squad 3; Quill and Scroll 3. 4: 
Treas. 3, 4; V. Pres. Class 3; Calvin 
Wiley Lit. Soc. 3, 4; Fre:h. Debaters Club 
1: Aero. Club 1; Girl Scout 1; S. I. P. A. 
Convention 4; Speakers Bureau 3. 4; Radio 
Debate 2. 




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Mary Frances Mayo 

"She hath a lovely [ace." 
Latin Course 
Favorite Character — Miss Irene Jones 
Girl Scouts 1, 2, 3, 4; Boosters Club 2, 3; 
Jr. Dramatic Club I, 2, 3; Sr. Marshal 3; 
Travel Club 3; G. A. A. 1. 2. 3; May Day 
1; Class Basketball 1, 2; Class Hockey 2; 
Jr. Varsity Basketball 3: Class Soccer I. 2; 
Stunt Night 3. 



Robert Milton McArthur, Jr. 

"Tho' the deep heart of existence beat 

forever like a boy's." 

Latin Course 

Favorite Character — Guy Lombardo 

Jr. Hi Y; Sr. Hi Y 4; Travel Club; Rotary 

4. 



Mary Louise McClung 

"Let there be thistles, there are grapes; 
If old things there are new." 
Latin Course 
Favorite Character— Miss Mary C Wiley 
Girl Scout 1, 2. 3, 4; G. A. A. 1; G. Hi 
2. 3; Pres. French Club 3; Jr. Dramatic 
Club 2: Class Soccer 1; Class Hockey 2; 
Stunt Night 3; May Day 1. 

Clemmie McCormick 

"Sweetly did she speak and move." 
Commercial Course 
Favorite Character — Bing Crosby 
North Jr. High 1. 2; Wide Awake Girls 
Club 3; Shorthand Team 3; Jr. Dramatic 
Club 3. 

Roy McCormick 

"What knowest thou of the world and all 

its lights and shadows?" 
General Course 

Favorite Character — Mr. Joyner 
Aero. Club 1, 2; Boosters Club 2, 3; Sales- 
manship Club 2. 3; Calvin Wiley Lit. Soc. 
1. 2, 3; Varsity Tennis 4; Scrub Football 3; 
Radio Club 3: Fresh. Debaters Club 1; Jr. 
Dramatic Club 1, 2; Etiquette Club 2. 

Charles McCuiston 

"O well for him whose heart is strong." 
Scientific Course 
Favorite Character— Napoleon 
Aero. Club 1; Cashiers Club 1, 2; House 
of Rep; Etiquette Club 3; Radio Club 3: 
Boosters Club 2. 3; Scrub Football 3; Club 
Dawn 4; Black and Gold Bus. Staff 4; Class 
Sec. 2, 4. 

Elizabeth McDaniel 

"/ will not shut me from my kind. 
Nor feed with sighs a passing wind." 
Commercial Course 
Favorite Character — Bing Crosby 
Wide Awake Girls Club 3; Etiquette Club 
3; Travel Club 3: Glee Club 3. 

Evelyn McKnight 

"Winning her way with extreme gentl* 
ness." 

General Course 
Favorite Character— Zasu Pitts 
Class Soccer; Dramatic Club; Salesmanship 
Club. 



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James McLaughlin 

"O God be thanked that all comes round 
so just and [air." 

General Course 

Favorite Character— Rip Van Winkle 

Art Club; Etiquette Club; Class Soccer; 

Class Football; Track 1; Cashiers Club; 

Salesmanship Club. 

William McSwaim 

"Mine be the strength of spirit fierce and 
free." 

Scientific Course 
Favorite Character— Mr. Haltiwanger 
Aero. Club 1; Metric Sci. Club 2, 3; Hi Y 
1. 2. 

De Motte Miller 

"The lion needs but to roar." 
General Course 
Favorite Character — Carideo 
House of Rep. 2, 3; Internat'l Relations 
Club 4. 



Elsie F. Miller 



"She would 
blind.'- 



not make her judgements 



Latin Course 
Favorite Character— Jane Addams 
South Jr. High 1, 2; Etiquette Club 3; 
Wide Awake Girls Club 3. 

Mary Miller 

" What is it thou knowest. sweet voice?" 
Latin Course 
Favorite Character— -Raggedy Ann 
Cheerleader 4; Chief Sr. Marshal 3; Win- 
ston-Hi Players 3; Calvin Wiley Lit. Soc. 
3; Debaters Club 1, 2, 3; Fresh. Debaters 
Club 1; Soph. County Debate 2; Boosters 
Club 1. 3; 1st place Kiwanis Loving Cup 
Contest 3; 2nd place 2; Lenoir-Rhyne 
State Contest 3; Jr. Dramatic Club 2, 3; 
Cashiers Club 1; House of Rep. 2; 1st 
place Prohibition Slogan Contest 4; Var- 
sity Soccer 3; Class Hockey; Soccer 1. 2; 
Class Basketball 1; Class Baseball 1, 2; 1st 
place State Limerick Contest 2. 

Robert A. Mills 

"We sleep and wake and sleep, but all 
things move." 

Scientific Course 
Favorite Characters — Three Little Pigs 
Club Dawn; Boosters Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Aero. 
Club 1. 2; Radio Club 1; Cheerleader 3. 4 
Class Basketball 1, 2; Class Baseball 1, 2 
Cashiers Club; Scrub Basketball 2. 3 
Fresh. Debaters Club 1; Ass't. Mgr. Foot- 
ball 3; Class Prophet 4. 

Geraldine Mitchell 

Thou hast no sorrow or rears. 
But a short youth sunny and free." 
Latin Course 
Favorite Character — Clara Barton 
Fresh. Basketball; Fresh. Hockey; Varsity 
Hockey 2; Varsity Basketball 3, 4; G. A. 
A. 1, 2. 

Laney Mitchell 

"For loyal to the uttermost am I." 

General Course 

Favorite Character — The Goon 

Jr. Dramatic Club: Boosters Club; Etiquette 

Club; Class Football; Salesmanship Club. 




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Clarence Moore 

"For thou wert strong as thou wert true." 
Industrial Arts Course 
Favorite Character — W ill Rogers 
Cashiers Club 2; House of Rep. 3; Foot- 
ball 2, 3, 4; Basketball 2. 3. 4. 



Herbert Funston Moore 

"So many worlds, so much to do. 
So little done, such things to be." 

Scientific Course 
Favorite Character — Franklin D. Roosevelt 
Fresh. Debaters Club 1; Cashiers Club 2, 
3; Sr. Debaters Club 2; Declamation Con- 
test 3; Cross Country 3: Indoor Track 3, 4; 
Track 3, 4; Debating Squad 4. 



Howard Morris 

Who never spoke against a foe." 

General Course 

Favorite Character — Will Rogers 

Washington. D. C. 1; Calvin Wiley Lit. 

Soc. 2. 3; Sec. 3; Boosters Club 3; Ushers 

Club 3, 4; Sr. Hi Y 3. 4; Pres. 4. 



Catherine P. Murray 

"Self-reverence, sell-knowledge, self-con- 
trol. 

These three alone lead life to sovereign 
power." 

Latin Course 

Favorite Character — George Bernard Shaw 

Jr. Dramatic Club 3; : Etiquette Club 2, 3; 

Calvin Wiley Lit. Soc. 3; G. A. A. 2. 

Jack Myers 

"Cease not from your quest until ye find." 

General Course 

Favorite Character— Wilson 



Martha Myers 



"Because right is right, to follow right 
Were wisdom in the scorn of consequence." 
Latin Course 
Favorite Character— Anne Lindbergh 
May Day 1; Girl Scout 1, 2, 3, 4; Class 
Basketball 1, 2; Jr. Dramatic Club 2, 3: 
French Club 3; G. A. A. 1, 2, 3; 2nd Var- 
sity Basketball 3. 



Mildred Myers 

"Silver treble laughter trilleth." 
Latin Course 

Favorite Character— "Jo" March 
G. A. A. 1. 2. 3; Girl Scout 1. 2. 3; 
May Day I; Stunt Night 3: Class Basket- 
ball 1, 2; 2nd Varsity Basketball 2; Jr. 
Dramatic Club 2, 3; Jr. French Club 3. 



Jane Nading 



"Be cheerful-minded; talk and treat of all 
things calmly." 

Latin Course 

Favorite Character — Richard Byrd 

G. A. A. 1,3; Jr. Dramatic Club 1, 2; Class 

Hockey, Soccer. Basketball, Baseball 1, 2; 

Jr. French Club 3; Varsity Hockey 3. 



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Betsy Ncilson 



"Give her the glory of going on and still 

to be." 

Modern Language Course 

Favorite Character^- Paderew ski 
Travel Club 3: G. A. A. 3; Wide Awake 
Girls Club 3; South Jr. High 1, 2. 



Evelyn Frances Newton 

"Rich in the grace alt women desire." 
Commercial Course 
Favorite Characters-Joe Pennet 
Wide Awake Girls Club 3; Travel Club 3. 



Evelyn Newton 

Thy heart is pure as snow." 

General Course ' 
Favorite Character-— Dslly Madison 



Mary E. Nifong 



the 



sea- m 



"Her pensive face was subject to 
son or the mood." 

General Course 
Favorite Character — Kay Francis 
Etiquette Club; Library Page; Jr. Dramatic 
Club; Travel Club. 



Anne Nisbet 

"There is sweet music here." 

Favorite Character—' Miss Irene Jones 
1st place District and State Music Contest 
3; 1st place South-Eastern District Music 
Contest 2; School Music Contest 3; Glee 
Club 1; Jr. Dramatic Club 2, 3; Etiquette 
Club 1. 



Leon Norfleet 

"For always roaming with a hungry heart, 
Much have I seen and known." 
General Course 
Favorite Character — Ginger Rogers 
Hi Y 3, 4; Stamp Club 2, 3; Treas. 3; 
Football 1, 2, 3; Boosters Club 3; Black 
and Gold Bus. Staff 4; Student Council 
Conference 3, 4. 



Harry E. Parker, Jr. 

"He always spoke his mind 
With simple words of great authority." 

Favorite Character—* J. S. Bach 
Baldwin High, Birmingham, Michigan 1; 
State Music Contest 2, 3, 4; Band 2, 3, 4, 
5; Orch. 2, 3; Hi Y 2, 3; Boosters Club 
2; Varsity Debater 2. 



Sara Louise Parker 

"V/ith reverent eyes, shaken voice. 
And fluttered adoration." 

General Course 

Favorite Character-— Loretta Lee 

South Jr. High 1 , 2; Nature Lovers Club 

3; Glee Club 3; State Music Contest 3; 

Orch. 3; N. C. Club 3. 




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Maggie Mae Parks 

"Rather use than fame. I seek." 

General Course 
Favorite Character— Little Orphan Annie 
Fresh. Handwriting Club I; Wide Awake 
Girls Club 3; Class Hockey 1: Class Soccer 
1 : Jr. Dramatic Club 3. 



Fred M. Parrish 

"Who knows a subtler magic than his own." 
General Course 
Favorite Character— Rasputin 
Hi Y 1. 2. 3. 4; Cashiers Club 1, 4; 
Fresh. Debaters Club 1; Boosters Club 1. 
2, 3; Travel Club 3; Football Squad 4; }r. 
Dramatic Club 2. 



Virginia Laetitia Peddycord 

"/ would sit and sing all the day." 
General Course 
Favorite Character — Popeye 
South Jr. High 1, 2; Jr. Dramatic Club 2; 
Glee Club 1. 2. 3; Music Contest 3; Mixed 
Quartette 3; Girls Glee Club 3; Etiquette 
Club 3. 



J. G. Pegram 



"To ride abroad rediessing human wrong. 
General Course 
Favorite Character— Clark Gable 
Salesmanship Club; Printing Club. 



Mary Lillian Pendry 

"For Mary so sweet and so true." 
General Course 
Favorite Character— Macbeth 
Comm. Club 1; Sec. 1; Jr. Dramatic Club 
2: Tennis Squad 4; Library Page 1. 2, 3; 
Student Y 3, 4; Treas. 3; V. Pres. 4; 
Stunt Night 3; Cashiers Club 2. 3; Boosters 
Club 2: Fresh. Girls Club 1; Metric Sci. 
Club 3; Page Club 2. 3; G. A. A. 2: Girl 
Reserve 2; Black and Gold Staff 4; Class 
Hockey 1 . 



N. E. Perry, Jr. 



nd." 



"I would myself awake to a better 
General Course 
Favorite Character— Abraham Lincoln 
Tennis Squad 1, 2. 4; Cross Country Squad 
2; Golf Squad 3; Jr. Hi Y I, 2; Sr. Hi Y 
3, 4; Boosters Club 2, 3; Travel Club 3. 



Donald L. Pfohl 

"Oh teach high thought and aimable words." 
General Course 
Favorite Character— Robert E. Lee 
Jr. Dramatic Club 2. 3; Nature Lovers Club 
3; Band 2, 3, 4; Orch. 2. 3; Rotary Dele- 
gate 4; Glee Club 2. 3; Cast "Swords and 
Scissors", 



Samuel Sturgis Phillips 

"O we will walk this world. 
Yoked in all exercise of noble end." 
Industrial Arts Course 
Favorite Character— Harpo Marx 
Aero. Club 2; Radio Club 2. 



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Luther Pike 

"So make thy manhood mightier day by 
day." 

Industrial Arts Course 
Favorite Character — Boob McNutt 
Varsity Football 4; Varsity Basketball 3. 
4. 5: Capt. 5; Varsity Track 2. 3. 4, 5; 
Capt. 5: Monogram Club 2, 3. 4, 5: Sec. 
5; Etiquette Club 3: House of Rep. 1. 2. 
3; Cashiers Club 1, 2, 3; Boosters Club 
1. 2. 3. 



Harold Plaster 

"His love of life quenching his [ear of pain." 
Scientific Course 
Favorite Character— Sally Rand 
Boosters Club 1, 2; Fresh. Football 1; Scrub 
Football 2; Varsity Football 3; Orch 1. 2, 
3; House of Rep. 1. 2. 3. 



Hazel Paster 

"She has proved she has heart in a cause, 

fair and gentle." 

Latin Course 

Favorite Character — My Mother 
Varsity Basketball 2. 3; Capt. Tennis Team 
2, 3; Hockey Mgr. 2. 3; V. Pres. G. A. 
A. 1. 2. 3; Jr. Dramatic Club 1. 2, 3: 
Etiquette Club 1; Sr. Marshal 3: Cheer- 
leader 4. 

Henry Fries Pleasants, Jr. 

"Mine answer was my deed." 

Industrial Arts Course 
Favorite Character — Richard Byrd 
Cashiers Club 1, 2; Printers Club 3, 4. 



Nancy Powell 



"God made thee good as thou art beauti- 
ful." 

Latin Course 
Favorite Character—]. Wellington Wimpy 
Class Hockey 1; Class Soccer 1, 2; Class 
Basketball 1, 2; Class Baseball 1; Class 
Swimming 1; House of Rep. 1; G. A. A. 1, 
2, 3; W. S. Monogram 1: Fresh. Boosters 
Club 1; May Day 1; Varsity Hockey 2; 
Varsity Baseball 2. 3; Hikinq Mgr. 2; N. 
C. Monogram 2; Boosters Club 1. 2; Jr. 
Dramatic Club 2; Jr. Varsity Basketball 3; 
Sec. 3: Black and Gold Bus. Staff 3. 4; 
Etiquette Club 3; Sr. Marshal 3. 

Sophie Bernice Powell 

"Seeing her so sweet and serviceable." 
Commercial Course 
Favorite Character — Jean Harlow 
Wide Awake Girls Club 2. 3 ,4; Cashiers 
Club 3; Ail-Around Girls Club 4; Etiquette 
Club 3; Comm. Club 1 . 

Dorothy Price 

"It was the beauty of her soul." 
General Course 
Favorite Character— Queen Elizabeth 

Margaret Pullen 

"Her eyes are homes of silent prayer," 

Latin Course 

Favorite Character— Xasu Pitts 

May Day 1: G. A. A. 1, 2; Jr. Dramatic 

Club 2, 3; Comm. Club 1; Girl Reserve 3, 

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Charity Redding 

"A glorious child, dreaming alive." 

General Course 
Favorite Character — Helen Wills Moody 
Etiquette Club I, 2; Wide Awake Girls 
Club 1, 2. 



Curtis Reid 

"He seeks to win much honor and make 
his name." 

Scientific Course 

Favorite Character — Happy Hooligan 

Aero. Club 1; Jr. Dramatic Club 3. 4; 

Travel Club 3; Boy Scout 4; Orch. 2. 3; 

Band 4; Baseball 4. 



Lawrence G. Reid 

"So splendid in his acts." 

General Course 
Favorite Character' — Pres. Roosevelt 
Jr. Hi Y 1, 2; Sr. Hi Y 3. 4: Pres. Class 
3; Varsity Basketball 3. 4; Varsity Track 
3, 4; Tennis Squad 2; Boosters Club 2, 3; 
Sr. Dramatic Club 3: Pine Whispers Bus. 
Staff 3. 4; Rotary Delegate 3. 



Ruby Juanita Renigar 

"Live a life of truest breath. 
And teach true life to fight with moral 
wrong." 

General Course 

Favorite Character — Ann Leaf 

South Jr. High 1. 2; Girls Glee Club 3; 

Mixed Chorus 3: State Music Contest 3; 

Stunt Night 3; Wide Awake Girls Club 3. 



Joseph A. Renn, Jr. 

"Was ever man so grandly made?" 
Scientific Course 
Favorite Character — Richard E. Byrd 
Aero. Club 1, 2; Glee Club 2, 3; Stunt 
Night 3; Cashiers Club 4. 



Frances Virginia Rhodes 

"For if there ever come a grief to me, 
I cry my cry in silence, and have done." 
Commercial Course 
Favorite Character — Popeye 
South Jr. High 1, 2; Glee Club 3; Wide 
Awake Girls Club 3; Travel Club 3; Eti- 
quette Club 3; Sec. 3; Typing Team 3. 



Elizabeth Richardson 

"Sworn to vows of utter gentleness 
And uttermost obedience to the king." 
Modern Language Course 
Favorite Character — Eleanor Roosevelt 



Eli Drake Richardson 

"My desire by its own energy fulfilled it- 
self." 

Industrial Arts Course 
Favorite Character— Bing Crosby 

Aero. Club 1, 2; Glee Club 1, 2. 3; Travel 

Club 3. 



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Gladys Richardson 

"She sighs amid her narrow days." 

General Course 

Favorite Character— Norma Shearer 

Etiquette Club 2; Jr. Dramatic Club 2; Lit. 

Soc. 3; Boosters Club 3: G. A. A. 2. 3. 



David Ricks 

"Born to fame and glory." 
Latin Course 
Favorite Character — Big Bad Wolf 
All American Football 1; Jr. Dramatic Club 
2. 3. 



Virginia Robinson 

Gay among the gay 
Like one with ant/ trifle pleased." 
General Course 
Favorite Character— -Queen of Sheba 
House of Rep. 2, 3; Wide Awake Girls 
Club 3, 4; Etiquette Club 3, 4; Jr. Drama- 
tic Club 2; G. A. A. 1. 2; Class Hockey 
1, 2; Class Soccer 1, 2; Class Basketball 
2; Pine Whispers Staff 3, 4; May Day 1; 
Sr. Marshal 3. 



Mary Alice Roebke 

"Mine be the power which ever it sway 
Witt win the wise at once." 
General Course 
Favorite Character— Guy Lombardo 
Travel Club 3: Jr. Dramatic Club 3; House 
of Rep. 4; Class Treas. 4; Central High 
School, Charlotte 2. 



Harry Ellis Rosenthal 

"Give to me good fortune." 

General Course 
Favorite Character— J. Wellington Wimpy 
Asheville High 1, 2, 3. 



Richard Lyle Saintsing 

"/ leave the plain; I climb the height." 

General Course 
Favorite Character—Charles A. Lindbergh 
Durham High 2; Jr. Dramatic Club 2; 
Travel Club 3; Debating Squad 3; Club 
Dawn 3, 4; Varsity Debater 4; Class Proph- 
et 4. 



Miriam Sams 

"She is singing an air that is known to 

me. 
Singing alone in the morning of life." 
Latin Course 
Favorite Character— Pres. Roosevelt 
G. A. A. 1, 2; Class Basketball 1; Class 
Soccer 1; Fresh. Debaters Club I; Jr. Dra- 
matic Club 2; V. Pres. Jr. French Club 
3; Travel Club 3; Jr. Varsity Basketball 3; 
Stunt Night 3. 



Roger Sapp 

"Give me my fling and let me say my 
say." 

General Course 
Favorite Character — Charles A. Lindbergh 
South Jr. High 1, 2; Jr. Dramatic Club 3; 
Travel Club 3. 




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Nancy E. Schallert 

"All the charm of all the Muses often 
flowering in a lovely person." 

Latin Course 
Favorite Character — Jean Valjean 
Debating Squad 2, 4; 1st place Jr. Wo- 
man's Club Poster Contest 1; Sr. Ed. Black 
and Gold 4; Winston-Hi Players 2, 3; 
Mgr. "Spooks" 3; Cast "Nocturne" 2; 
Cast "Deadline" 3; Ass't. Dir. "Trysting 
Place" 2; Sr. Marshal 3; Treas. Wins- 
ton-Hi Players 3; Marshal Student Council 
Convention 4; V. Pres. G Hi 3; "Club 
13" 3; Cashiers Club 4; Nat'l Honor Soc. 
4: Promotion Highest Honor 1. 2. 3; Cast 
"The Island." First Place State Dramatic 
Contest 3: Cast "Streets of New York" 2; 
Quill and Scroll 4. 



Anna Leak Scott 

Beauty fair in its flower." 
Latin Course 
Favorite Character — Miss Irene Jones 
Girl Scout 1, 2. 3. 4; G. A. A. 1; French 
Club 3: Pres. 3; Jr. Dramatic Club 1, 2; 
Class Soccer 1; Class Basketball 2; May 
Day 1. 



Lilyan Sellars 

"White pale face against a rosy flame." 

Home Economics Course 

Favorite Character — Rudyard Kipling 

Mildred Dorothea Sheets 

"For gentle words are always gain." 
General Course 
Favorite Character — "It's a Secret." 
South Jr. High 1. 2; Wide Awake Girls 
Club 3. 

Billy Shelton 

"Thou art so glad and free." 
Scientific Course 
Favorite Character— Richard E. Byrd 

Hubert Sheppard 

"His not to reason why, 
His but to do." 

General Course 
Favorite Character— Pope ye 
House of Rep. 1 , 2. 

Martha Elizabeth Shore 

"All the spirit deeply dawning in the dark 

°t 

Hazel eyes. 

General Course 
Favorite Character' — Napoleon the Great 
Mixed Chorus 1; Boosters Club 1; Class 
Basketball 1; Jr. Dramatic Club 1. 2. 3; 
Etiquette Club 2; Wide Awake Girls Club 
3: Travel Club 3; G. A. A. 1: May Day 
1. 



John Irving Shore 

"For man is man and master of his fate." 

Scientific Course 

Favorite Characters-Moonshine Mullins 

Etiquette Club 3; Baseball 4, 5; Aero. Club 

1; Jr. Dramatic Club 3. 



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John Simpson 



"/ have only done my duty as a man is 
bound to do." 

Scientific Course 
Favorite Character—Samuel Johnson 
Jr. Hi Y 1, 2; Sr. Hi Y 3. 4; Cashiers 
Club 3. 4; Boosters Club 1. 



Lillian Rebecca Smith 

"So pretty, and neat, and sweet." 
General Course 
Favorite Character — Sir Galahad 
Etiquette Club 4; Class Baseball 1; Class 
Soccer 2; Aero. Club 1. 



Her 



Lucy Gray Smither 



heart is like a throbbing star." 
Latin Course 
Favorite Character— Robert E. Lee 
G. A. A. 1; Fresh. Debaters Club 1 ; Class 
Soccer 1; Class Basketball 1; May Day 1; 
G Hi 3; Jr. French Club 3: Stunt Night 
3; Nat'l Hon. Soc. 4; Bus. Staff Black and 
Gold 4. 



Ronald Allen Smitherman 

"He thought to quell the stubborn hearts 
of oak." 

Commercial Course 
Favorite Character— George Washington 
Sec. of Class 1; Jr. Dramatic Club; Sales- 
manship Club; Cashiers Club, 



Laura Faith Snider 

"Where could be found a [ace daintier?" 
General Course 
Favorite Character — Ginger Rogers 
South Jr. High 1, 2; State Music Contest 
3; Glee Club 3; Etiquette Club 3; Jr. Dra- 
matic Club 3; Wide Awake Girls Club 3. 



Almeda Montrose Snyder 

"Not mine the sweetness or the skill. 
But mine the love that will not fail." 
Modern Language Course 
Favorite Character — Bishop Rondthaler 
Library Page 1, 2; Fresh. Debaters Club 1 
Jr. Dramatic Club 2, 3; Travel Club 3 
Etiquette Club 2; Fresh. Girl Reserve 1 
Pres. 1. 



Ruth Virginia Southern 

"/ felt thy triumph was as mine; and loved 

them more, that they were mine." 

Modern Language Course 

Favorite Character — Thomas Edison 

North Jr. High 1. 2; House of Rep. 3; 

Etiquette Club 3; Cashiers Club 4. 



Ned J. Spach 



"Breasts the blows of circumstance. 
And grapples with his evil star.'' 
Commercial Course 
Favorite Character— Samuel Johnson 
Band; Metric Sci. Club 3; Salesmanship 
Club 3. 




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Carolyn Sparks 



"A silent court of justice is in her heart." 

General Course 
Favorite Character — Franklin D. Roosevelt 
Fresh. Soccer 1; G. A. A. 1, 2, 3; Cash- 
iers Club 2; Etiquette Club 2, 3; Travel 
Club 3; Jr. Dramatic Club 2, 3; Radio 
Club 3; Salesmanship Club 3; Nature 
Lovers Club 2. 



Robert L. Sparrow 

"My brethren have been all my fellow- 
ship." 

Industrial Arts Course 
Favorite Character — Popeye 
Printers Club 3, 4; Travel Club 3; Sales- 
manship Club 3; Nature Lovers Club 3. 



Elwood Speddin 

"Men wondered after him. 
So glad was he." 

Scientific Course 
Favorite Character— Mark Twain 



Max Stafford 

" Who honors his own word as though it 
were God's." 

Industrial Arts Course 
Favorite Character — /. Wellington Wimpy 
Aero. Club 1. 2; Radio Club 1, 2; Jr. Dra- 
matic Club 1. 2; Arch. Club 1. 



Edwin F. Stewart, Jr. 

"Kindly man moving among his kind." 

General Course 

Favorite Character- — "Tom" Foote 

South Jr. High 1, 2; Calvin Wiley Lit. 

Soc. 3: House of Rep. 4. 



Mary Florence Stewart 

"With her fair head, 

Her low firm voice and tender government." 

Latin Course 

Favorite Character — Miss Irene Jones 

Etiquette Club 2; Travel Club 3; G Hi 2, 

3; South Jr. High 1. 



O. 



S. C. Stimson, Jr. 



elf less man, whose eyes were calm.' 
General Course 
Favorite Character— Richard Halliburton 
Spartanburg High 3. 



Henry B. Stokes 

"For he is courteous and kind." 
General Course 
Favorite Character— Robert E. Lee 
House of Rep. 2. 3, 4; Rotary 3; Basketball 
Squad 4; Baseball 3, 4; Bus. Mgr. Black 
and Gold 4: Quill and Scroll 4. 



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John Reed Stovall, Jr. 

"Silently, in all obedience, dear to letters.' 

Commercial Course 

Favorite Character— -Abraham Lincoln 

South Jr. High 1, 2; Orch. 3; Band 3, 4. 



Mary Louise Stovall 

"Who seeks for light. 

Who cannot brook the shadow of any 
line." 

General Course 
Favorite Character— Abraham Lincoln 
South Jr. High 1, 2; Library Page 3. 4. 



Carol Strauss 

"Truest friend and noblest foe." 
Latin Course 
Favorite Character— Robin Hood 
Class Hockey 1: Class Basketball 1; W. S. 
Monogram 1: G. A. A. 1. 2; Varsity Bas- 
ketball 2. 4; Capt. 2; N. C. Monogram 2; 
Fine Whispers Staff 2, 3; Ed.tor 3; Black 
and Gold Staff 2. 4: Quill and Scroll 3. 4: 
V. Pres. 4; Winston-Hi Players 3; G Hi 
3: Cashiers Club 3; Nat'l Hon. Soc. 4; 
Student Council 3, 4. 



Wayland Stuart 

"For thou are ever courteous 
As any of Arthur's best." 

Scientific Course 
Favorite Character — Pres. Roosevelt 
Boosters Club 2; Band 2, 3; House of Rep. 
2, 4; Speaker 4; V. Pres. Class 4: Mono- 
gram Club 4: State Music Contest 2, 3; 
Scrub Football 2; Varsity Football 3, 4: 
Rotary Luncheon 4. 



Anna Bell Stultz 

"For good ye are." 

Commercial Course 
Favorite Character— Eddie Cantor 
Wide Awake Girls Club 1: Etiquette Club 
2; Travel Club 3. 



Robert Sutton 

"Ambitious and of fresh but fixed resolve." 

General Course 

Favorite Character— Sea Hag 

Travel Club 1; N. C. Club 2; House of 

Rep. 3. 



Grady Swaim 



"With dinning sound my ears are rife. 
General Course 
Favorite Character—" Ty" Cobb 
South Jr. High 1. 2; Travel Club 3. 



Helen Swaim 

' With service done so graciously. 

General Course 

Favorite Character— Joan of Arc 




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Pauline Swiggett 

"/ hold 

That it becomes no man to nurse dispair." 
Commercial Course 
Favorite Character— Ruth Etting 
Etiquette Club 2; Jr. Dramatic Club 3; 
Wide Awake Girls Club 3; Class Basket- 
ball 2; Varsity Basketball 2, 3, 4;, G. A. 
A. 3. 



Harriet Taylor 



"Let all be well." 

Latin Course 
Favorite Character — Franklin D. Roosevelt 
Jr. Dramatic Club 2, 3; Nature Lovers 
Club 2; Girl Scout 3, 4; Nat'l Hon. Soc. 
4; G. A. A. 1, 2. 



Evelyn Ray Tesh 

"And she is known in all the world." 
General Course 
Favorite Character— Willa Cather 
Nat'l Hon. Soc. 4; Quill and Scroll 4: Sec. 
4; Mgr. Ed. Pine Whispers 4; Ass't. Edi- 
tor Black and Gold 4; Del. to S. I. P. A. 
Convention 4; Quill and Scroll Marshal 4; 
Varsity Hockey 2; Class Hockey 2; Fresh. 
Boosters Club 1; Cashiers Club I; Jr. Dram- 
atic Club 1 , 2, 3; French Club 3; Travel 
Club 3; Etiquette Club 2; Promotion High- 
est Honor 3. 



Virginia Tesh 



"There she weaves by night and day 
A magic web with color gay." 
General Course 
Favorite Character— Jane Addams 
Jr. Dramatic Club 1, 2; French Club 3; 
Class Hockey 2. 



Edith Thomas 

A life that leads melodious days." 
General Course 
Favorite Character — O. Henry 



Burke Edward Thompson 

"For the good deed's sake have I done 

the deed." 

Industrial Arts Course 

Favorite Character— Bing Crosby 
Scrub Football 1, 2; House of Rep. 1, 2; 
Cashiers Club 2, 3; Fresh. Tennis; Fresh. 
Baseball; Fresh. Soccer; Printers Club 3, 4; 
Class Team 1, 2; Boosters Club 1, 2. 



Phillip Dudley Thompson 

" With what delightful self-expression." 
General Course 
Favorite Character— Eddie Cantor 
Aviation Club 2; Jr. Dramatic Club 3, 
Orch. 1; Fresh. Debaters Club 1. 



Carolyn Elizabeth Tilley 

"With frequent smile and nod." 

General Course 

Favorite Chatacter—Pres. Roosevelt 

Fresh. Handwriting Club 1; Class Hockey 

1 ; Class Soccer 1 ; Jr. Dramatic Club 3; 

Wide Awake Girls Club 3. 



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Thomas Gray Tilley 

"Our noble Arthur, him 

Ye scarce can overpraise, will hear and 
know." 

General Course 
Favorite Character— Guy Lombardo 
Band 1. 2; Orch. 1. 



Jack Tillotson 



"He in his glory — 
Whom he smote, he overthrew." 
Scientific Course 
Favorite Character — Bobby Jones 
South Jr. High 1, 2; Jr. Dramatic Club 3; 
House of Rep. 3: Sr. Hi Y 3. 4; Band 3. 
4; Golf 3. 4; Baritone Horn Solo State 
Contest 4; Brass Quartet 4. 



Harold Tise 

'O loyal to the royal in thyself." 
Scientific Course 
Favorite Character— Napoleon 



Alice Turner 

"How modest, all-accomplished, wise." 

General Course 

Favorite Character— Robert E. Lee 

Boosters Club 1. 2; G Hi 3: Jr. Dramatic 

Club 2; Sr. Marshal 3; Nat'l Hon. Soc. 4. 



Ruth Marie Turner 

"My spirit is at peace with all." 
Commercial Course 
Favorite Character — Popeye 
Boosters Club 1, 2, 3; Cashiers Club 1, 2; 
Etiquette Club 1, 2. 3; Jr. Dramatic Club 
2, 3; Wide Awake Girls Club 2, 3. 



David Tuttle 

"/ will not take half-views of men and 
things." 

Modern Language Course 
Favorite Character — James R. Wedell 
North Jr. High 1, 2. 



Margie Tuttle 



"The 1 spirit of the blood has entered 
blood." 

General Course 

Favorite Character— " Tagu" 

Orch. 2. 3; Etiquette Club 2: Treas. 2; 

Sr. Marshal 3; Wide Awake Girls Club 3. 



Sarah Cornelia Vannoy 

"Obedience is the bond of rule." 
General Course 
Favorite Character— Julius Caesar 
Travel Club 3. 




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Josephine C. Vaughn 

"We find the light of heaven, 
O damsel, in the light of your blue eyes." 
Commercial Course 
Favorite Character — Miss Irene Jones 
Boosters Club 1. 2; Debaters Club 1; Girl 
Reserve 1, 2; Class Soccer 1: Class 
Hockey 1. 2; Class Basketball 1, 2; Class 
Tennis 1, 2; Varsity Hockey 3; Varsity 
Tennis 3: Etiquette Club 2; Jr. Dramatic 
Club 2. 3; Travel Club 3; Library Page 1. 
2; Pres. 1. 

Harold Vick 

"True, indeed. 

Albeit a bit fantastical." 

General Course 
Favorite Character — Thomas Edison 
Boosters Club 2. 3; Jr. Dramatic Club 2, 
3; South Jr. High 1. 

David R. Walker 

"Perplexed in faith. 
But pure in deeds." 

Scientific Course 

Favorite Character — Dr. Grenfell 

Aero. Club 1; Metric Sci. Club 3; Band 

3. 4; Scrub Football 3; Scrub Baseball 2, 3; 

Basketball 4. 

Mabel Walker 

"She meant to weave me a snare 
Cleopatra-like as of old." 

Home Economics Course 

Favorite Character— Jean Harlow 

South Jr. High 1, 2; Orch. 3; Glee Club 

3; State Music Contest 3; Stunt Night 3; 

Girls Wide Awake Club 3. 

W. C. Warner 

"Let knowledge grow from more to more." 

Modern Language Course 

Favorite Character— Al Smith 

Leona Lucile Weatherman 

"The full-flowing harmony of thy swan- 
like stateliness." 

General Course 
Favorite Character— Jane Addams 
Boosters Club 1. 2; G. A. A. 1. 2; Jr. 
Dramatic Club 2; Glee Club 1. 2; State 
Music Contest 2; Aero. Club 2; Girl Re- 
serve 1 . 

Suzanne Weeks 

"Nature half reveals and conceals the love 
within." 

Latin Course 
Favorite Character— My Mother 
W. S. Monogram 3; Monogram Club 4 
G. A. A. 1. 2. 3; Girl Scout 1. 2, 3. 4 
Varsity Soccer 3: Varsity Baseball 3 
Stunt Night 2; Boosters Club 1. 2, 3; Jr. 
Dramatic Club 1, 2. 3; Jr. Varsity Basket- 
ball; Capt. 3; Class Baseball 1. 2; Class 
Soccer 1, 2. 



Jack Winder 



o 



oble breast and all puissant arm.' 
Latin Course 
Favorite Character— Robert E. Lee 
Sr. Boosters Club 2, 3: Golf Team 3; 
Monogram Club 3, 4; Track 2. 4; Basket- 
ball 2; Sr. Hi Y 3, 4; Jr. Hi Y 2; Foot- 
ball Squad 4; Winston-Hi Players 3; Black 
and Gold Bus. Staff 3. 



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Mary Lora Woodruff 

"So many worlds, so much to do." 
Latin Course 

Favorite Chatacter— W innie-thc-Pooh. 
Chief Sr. Marshal 3: G-Hi 3; Winston Hi 
Players 3; Bus. Staff Black and Gold 3, 
4; Boosters Club 2, 3: Ass't. Cheerleader 
3: Stunt Night 1, 3; May Day 1; Cast 
'Trysting Place" 2; G. A. A. 1. 2; Fresh. 
Soccer 1; Fresh. Basketball 1; Jr. Damatic 
Club 2; Cast "Streets of New York" 3: 
Class Basketball 2; Club "13". 

Ruby Woodward 

"A maid so fair, so white, so wonderful." 

General Course 

Favorite Character— Grade Allen 



Boosters Club; 
Whispers Staff 



3; 



Etiquette Club 2. 3: 
Dramatic Club; Pine 
G. A. A. 2, 3. 



William Wyatt 

"All truth." 

Latin Course 
Favorite Character — Thomas Jefferson 

Wilbur Bryant 

"A young man will be wiser by and by. 

Commercial Course 
Favorite 1 Characters — Four Marx Brothers 
Jr. Dramatic Club; Salesmanship Club; 
Cashiers Club. 

Clarence E. Stone 

"Doubt not; go forward." 

Scientific Course 
Favorite Character — Nathan Hale 
Varsity Cross Country 2. 3; Track 2. 3; 
Varsity Baseball 3; Jr. Dramatic Club; 
Hobby Club; Pres. 3; Aero. Club: Radio 
Club; Vice Pres. Club "13"; Stunt Night 
1. 2, 3; Scrub Football; Fresh. Debaters 
Club I; Sec. 




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HISTORY OF MAY CLASS, 1934 

Helen Haworth, Historian 



In the year of 1930 the good king Edu- 
cation 
Sent out heralds from his kingdom to 

his many knights 
Announcing that at his court a tourn- 
ament would hold 
Where they could try their might and 

main 
On the field of combat. 
Knights of every rank and order res- 
ponded 
To their sovereign's wishes 
And prepared to make a journey 
Far across the hills and plains; 
Never was such preparation 
Seen before or since that day. 
Never so much skill of arms tried; 
Never so gallant did any knight ride. 
It was early in the autumn season 
When they set out on the journey 
To the court of Education 
At whose feet revolved the Nation. 
And Education welcomed them with 

arms outstretched 
And bid them enter the royal gates 
And there a happy week was spent 
Till the opening day of the tournament. 

THE FIRST DAY 
The morning of the first day of the 

tournament 
Dawned without a blot upon the blue— 
The hot autumn sun was shooting 

shafts 
Striking red flame from their helmets. 
When garbed in shining armor 
The knights entered the field of combat. 
These knights came from far and wide 
Great and small marched side by side. 
I mind me how Sir Lawrence Vicars 
Captain of the Freshman Order 
Rode high upon his gallant charger 
Upon his head a helmet of redgold 

gleamed 
And over his gilded armor a purple 

vestment fell 
A splendid sight; 'twould seem that all 
was well 



As boldly flashed the burnished shields. 
Yet their hearts within them sank 
For Confidence, boldest of all the 

knights 
Wounded had been in recent fray; 
And Doubt and Fear the traitor knights 
Stalked among the lists that day. 
Yet unflinchingly rank on rank 
They stood with fixed gaze 
For theirs was the purpose of success 
And there were tried and goodly 

knights among their order. 
Suddenly the trumpet blasted forth 
The combat had begun! 
And all stood nigh with eager eye 
To see the royal knights ride by. 
Brave Sir Latin led the list of Educa- 
tion's knights 
His face was lean and dark with years 
And strong moulded features told the 

tale 
Of many a hard combat. 
Next in the list of the royal ranks 
Came bold Sir Algebra 
Brave Champion on brave steed 
Upon whose manly shoulders rested 

many a noble deed. 
On and on they came 
In a never ending line. 
The Freshmen knights grew sick with 

fear 
And trembled in their ranks. 
When on each side the leaders 
Gave signal for the charge 
Right gallantly did all the knights 
Wield the lance and targe. 
The clang of sword and shield 
Swelled on the open air. 
And yet the knights kept on the fight 
Till the day was spent to gray twilight 
And neither side had lost. 
When it was too dark to continue the 

sport 
They decided to wait for the morn. 
The Freshman Knights had progressed 

thus far 
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LAST WILL AND TESTAMENT OF MAY CLASS, 1934 

Ashley Little, Testator 



We, the class of May, 1934, notwith- 
standing the eight months of school term, 
do hereby publish and ordain this, our 
last will and testament, on the. leaving our 
dear Alma Mater. 

First: To the Faculty: Our sincere grat- 
itude and appreciation for their undying 
efforts and services rendered during this, 
our first eight months term; also, to their 
ceaseless care, we do intrust the front 
marble entrance, to be marveled at and 
not to be taken too seriously; the May 
Fete amphitheater, which seems doomed 
to lunch-bag football games; and the 
gymnasium and Hanes Field, seemingly 
destined never again to resound with the 
voices of the enthusiasts of that great but 
neglected institution, School Spirit. 

Second: To the Student Body: Those 
long-honored and beloved activities such 
as: the Honor System, athletics, magazine 
campaign, Shakespearean Gardens, the 
various societies for noteworthy and hon- 
orable students, the journalistic, public 
speaking, and dramatic activities, the lost 
notes of the band, if they ever be found, 
and the art of studying in general. 

Third: To the Juniors: "The Senior 
Privileges", if they can find them; the 
honor of giving the seniors a Junior-Sen- 
ior dance; and the ability to be first al- 
ways in everything as we have been. 

Fourth: To the girls: A deeply heart- 
felt farewell, with sincere wishes that 
they may be as popular with the coming 
victims as they have been with us, refer- 



ring to the sweeter half of our group for 
any instructions needed. 

Fifth: To Clifton Naughton and Ethel 
Mae Angelo, Voit Gilmore and Mary 
Matthews do hereby will their journalis- 
tic abilities. 

Sixth: To William Singletary, George 
Blum does finally will his intellectual abil- 
ity, after much deliberation. 

Seventh: To Dick Myers and Peggy 
Bowen, Hugh Duggins and Willena 
Couch will their strong bodies and athle- 
tic tendencies. 

Eighth: To Dot Wyatt, Mary Lou 
Nash, Charles Wood, and Pete Wilson, 
Mary Woodruff, Margie Tuttle, Charles 
McCuiston and Dick Saintsing, do hand 
down their powers of fascination. 

Ninth: To Eugene Liipfert, Robert 
Meredith Helm, Jr. does hereby bequeath 
his debating ability, which, incidentally, 
is the culmination of many abilities here- 
tofore willed to Bobby. 

Tenth: To Bill Brunt, Miles Horton 
leaves his good looks. 

Eieventh: To Tom Lumpkin, Nancy 
Schallert wills her superb vocabulary, 
with the hopes that he may some day be 
able to make an "A" average. 

Twelfth: We do hereby appoint as ex- 
ecutrix of this will, Miss Ruth Ford, as a 
token of our appreciation of her untiring 
efforts this year as our class sponsor. 

Signed and sealed this eighteenth day 
of May in the year of our Lord, 1934. 

Ashley Little, Testator. 




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PROPHECY OF MAY CLASS OF 1934 

Dick Saintsing, Prophet 



Unable to forecast the future lives of 
our dignified seniors who are leaving the 
court of Richard J. Reynolds High School, 
I thought it best to consult one who 
could gaze into the crystal glass and fore- 
see the future events. But whom should 
I visit? Merlin, of course. Was he not 
the wiset man of all time — the adviser 
to King Arthur? As I approached the 
mystery-shrouded cavern of the court 
wizard, I felt a sort of awe enveloping me. 
What would he see? Would our class 
be successful? 

In the dimly-lighted cavern, Merlin 
allowed me to see only a few glimpses into 
the future as he said that the spirits would 
not consent to unfold the entire future. 

Merlin finally persuaded the spirit to 
let me see into the future twenty-five 
years. In the Congressional session, I 
found a heated argument taking place be- 
tween Robert Meredith Helm and Vin- 
cent Haizlip. Bobby, the small repre- 
sentative from North Carolina, was, 
however, ruled out of order by the Speak- 
er, Mr. Burnette Hines. Mr. Helm 
vainly protested. He was immediately 
silenced by a warning glance from James 
Hodge, the burly Sergeant-at-arms. 
Other notable figures seen in the hall 
were Henry Stokes, Robert Jurney,Gur- 
ney Poole, Norman Bennett, and Luther 
Pike. Ashley Little was sitting in the 
gallery, quietly chuckling. The first lady 
of the land, the former Lucile Weather- 
man, was also there with her old school- 
mate, Alice Turner. 

They were talking as usual. What 
was that they said? Winston-Salem had 
just appointed Reid Bahnson superinten- 
dent of city schools! Teaching in the 
schools were: Carolyn Sparks, Raymer 
Faust, Christine Dunn, Royce Crim, and 
Robert McArthur. B. C. Hall had at 
last reached the height of his ambition^ 
janitor of the school. As usual he per- 



suaded someone else to do his work. 

I begged Merlin to let me see a few 
years earlier in history of the class. Im- 
mediately the date was changed to 1950. 
This time I saw the world-famed college, 
Arrington Educational Institute. This 
institution was named after the immort- 
tal Moyer Arrington. It was located at 
Vickersville, named after the famous lec- 
turer and explorer, Marshal Vickers. 
This college was under the supervision of 
Helen Haworth. Moyer had not for- 
gotten his school friends. Miles Horton 
was professor of science; Joyner Burns, 
professor of English; Hugh Duggins, 
coach of athletics; and Glenyce Dalton, 
professor of beauty culture. Donald 
Pfohl, the wild eyed musician was em- 
ployed to play his flute upon the campus 
to draw birds; thus providing food for 
the students. The birds which were 
drawn by the music were shot down by 
the unerring aim of Jack Myers with his 
trusty bean-shooter. Harry Parker was 
employed as errand boy to carry the 
fowls to the kitchen where they were pre- 
pared by Margie Tuttle, chief dietition, 
who was assisted by Dave Henderson. 

In the professional world, we found 
outstanding figures: Margaret Knouse, 
lawyer; Margaret Grishaw, professional 
model; Ruth Johnson, actress; Clarence 
Stone, lecturer; William Martin, archaeol- 
ologist; M. V. Brinkly, newspaper pub- 
lisher; Margaret Dixson, historian; Virgin- 
ia Mae Griffin, doctor; Arnold Hunt, 
sportsman; Mary Matthews, magazine 
publisher. Her greatest competitor was 
her former co-worker, Evelyn Tesh. 
Mary Frances Mayo had become a lead- 
ing sportswoman. 

The newspapers were running big 
headlines with the news that Laura Bland 
had just won the Lucy Gray Smither Cup 
for her original one-scene play. Anna 

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SUPERLATIVES OF MAY CLASS 





'"'*T 



•**R.<E 




Best All-round 

They're not the best, nor the worst 

At all they try to do, 

So let the "best all-round" 

Go to Carol and Hugh. 



Most Athletic 

Oh, let them leap and let them run. 
They're best at everything they try. 
Willena Couch and Luther, too 
They have that spirit "to do or die. 



Most Popular 

As Hugh draws the heart of all. 
So Jean does by eyes of blue. 
Their popularity is deserved- 
Best liked of the girls and boys, too. 



Most Intellectual 

How happy they, like those who crown 
With wisdom's wreath their youthful 

joys 
Hail. Nancy, intellectual maid! 
Hail, Miles, wisest of the boys! 









Best Looking 



"O Beauty, thou on these bestow 
The fairest of thy crowns of grace - 
On Charles for his manly form 
And Marjie for her lovely face. 



Most Original 

Who are they that come when deeds 

be done 
And with wit and humor make display? 
Why Nancy again, and Voit of course. 
Who have the most original way! 




Page eighty-one 



POEM OF MAY CLASS OF 1934 

Mary Miller, Poet 



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The quiet closing, one by one, of doors 

On chambers where we followed Wisdom's guiding finger, 

Makes us realize we may not enter more, 

Though Memory bids us ever linger. 

For within our hearts to thee, oh school, a lasting love 

is sown. 
Strong as thy stately pines have grown. 

Ere the key turned, our hearts had cried, "Away!" 

But now, classmate, we stand with arms outstretched and 

reaching up, 
For we must bid farewell with wistful eyes, tho' we would 

stay 
To cool our thirst by drinking from the cup 
Which quenches not, but ever feeds the glorious fire 
That burns within us, quickened by our soul's desire. 

From thee, oh fount of knowledge and of learning, 
We turn — unwilling, unafraid, yet yearning. 



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8A CLASS 

Charles Martin President Jean Hodges Secretary 

Donald Welfare Vice-President Billy Sprunt Treasurer 

9A CLASS 

Mary Lou Nash President Bill Bothwick Secretary 

Ruth Weavil Vice-President Mutt Dize Treasurer 

10B CLASS 

James Swaim President Edgar Powell Secretary 

Emily Wall Vice-President Weldon Darnell Treasurer 

10A CLASS 

Caroline Pfohl President Geraldine Baynes Secretary 

Bill Dalton Vice-President James Early Treasurer 

1 IB CLASS 

Charles Curtis President Bobby Brown Secretary 

Sue Davis Vice-President Ernest Forrest Treasurer 

SPONSORS OF THE CLASSES 

Miss Annie Preston Heilig 8B Miss Faye Martin 9A 

Miss Katherine Rogers 8A Miss Lucile Edwards 10B 

Miss Margaret Bailey 9B Miss Irene Jones 10A 

Miss Elizabeth Kapp ,,, 11B 



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'And all this Order of thy Table Round." 



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STUDENT COUNCIL 

Burnette Hines, Hugh Duggins, Odell Salmon, Richard Goolsby, Howard Morris, 

Carol Strauss, Catherine Johnson, Hugh Cash, Charles Speas, Robert Froeber, Julian 

Daye, Bobby Helm, Miss Thelraa Albright, Adviser. 



Page ninety- one 



STUDENT GOVERNMENT ASSOCIATION 

Burnette Hines President 

Hugh Duggins Vice President 

Odell Salmon Secretary 

Richard Goolsby Treasurer 



Burnette Hines 
Hugh Cash 
Charles Speas 
Dick Myers 
Carol Strauss 



Miss Thelma Albright 



STUDENT COUNCIL 

Hugh Duggins 
Julian Daye 
D. B. Grubbs 
Richard Goolsby 

Faculty Advisers 



Odell Salmon 
Catherine Johnson 
Howard Morris 
Robert Froeber 
John Massey 



Mr. L. W. Crowell 



HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES 
Wayland Stuart Speaker 



Tom Davis 
Irving Bull 
Warren Spear 
Charles Curtis 
Anna Wray Fogle 
Henry Stokes 
Mary Alice Roebke 
Richard Bean 
Helen Cockerham 
Wayland Stuart 
Weldon Darnell 
Joe Belton 
William Hubbard 
Jim Gray 
Donald Welfare 
H. B. Shelton 



Carl Dull Speaker pro 

Holt Haywood 
Margaret Clodfelter 
Patsy Allen 
Hazel Hennis 
Mary Jane Lindley 
Lawrence Vickers 
Wade Grubbs 
Raymond Kirkman 
Flavius Mendenhall 
Dorothy Correll 
Clayton Holt 
Mabel Davis 
Mildred Tatum 
Mary Virginia Young 
Davie Moore 
David Sander 



tempore 

Billy Diehl 
Edwin Stewart 
Bert Bennett 
Richard Curley 
Billie Wilson 
Evelyn Bailey 
Ann Fansler 
Pauline Westall 
Edwin McCrowell 
Edwin Salmons 
Fred Smith 
Ruby Lee Jones 
Catherine Harrell 
James Howell 
Marie Stevens 
Marie Phillips 



Miss Margaret Lumpkin 



Faculty Advisers 
Miss Hazel Stephenson 



Mr. E. E. Crawford 



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Henry Stokes, Mary Matthews, Randolph Reece, Evelyn Tesh, Carol Strauss, Bobby 
Helm, Nancy Schallert, Anna Wray Fogle, Gilbert Lee, Miss Mary Sterling, Adviser, 

Voit Gilmore 



Page ninety-four 



BLACK AND GOLD 



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journalism Students 
Have Laboratory Period 




School Band Organizes 
High School Music Gnb 




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PINE WHISPERS STAFF 

Reid Bahnson, Evelyn Tesh, Odell Salmon, Ethel Mae Angelo, Mary Matthews, 
Frances Boyer Clifton Naughton, Miss Mary Sterling, Adviser, M. V. Brinkley. 



BLACK AND GOLD 



Page ninety-five 



BLACK AND GOLD STAFF 



Randolph Reece. 

Voit Gilmore 

Mary Matthews. 



Robert Helm Editor-in-chief 

Managing Editor Evelyn Tesh Associate Editor 

.Organization Editor Carol Strauss Feature Editor 

Associate Editor Gilbert Lee Art Editor 



Nancy Schallert 

William Singletary 

Guy Bullard 

Flora Buchanan 



Nancy Powell 
Leon Norfleet 



Miss Mary Sterling. 



LITERARY STAFF 

Senior Editor Anna Wray Fogle Senior Editor 

Paul Early Ethel Mae Angelo J. B. Stallings 

ART STAFF 
Frank Bradford Mildred Swain 

TYPISTS 
Jack Workman Gladys Lynch Mary Lillian Pendry 

BUSINESS STAFF 

Henry Stokes Business Manager 

Ethel Mae Angelo 



Suzanne Weeks 
Mary Woodruff 
Charles McCuiston 



Billy Butler 



.Literary Adviser Mr. Robert S. Haltiwanger Business 

Adviser 



PINE WHISPERS STAFF 

Mary Matthews Editor-in-chief 

EDITORIAL STAFF 

Evelyn Tesh Managing Editor M. V. Brinkly Feature Editor 

Ethel Mae Angelo Associate Editor Clifton Naughton Exchange Editor 

Frances Boyer Associate Editor Odell Salmon Sports Editor 

REPORTERS 

Mary Jane Lindley Anna Urband Voit Gilmore William Singletary 

Helen Haworth B. C. Hall Bunny Hines Maxine Pusey Bobby Helm 

TYPISTS 
Euna Mashall Evelyn Mitchell Jack Workman Flora Buchanan Gladys Lynch 

BUSINESS STAFF 

Reid Bahnson Business Manager 

Mary Lou Nash 



Dick Myers 



Maureen Moon 
George Blum 



Lawrence Reid 
Peggy Bowen 



Willena Couch 
Jean Davis 



Miss Mary Sterling Literary Adviser Mr. Robert S. Haltiwanger. 

Adviser 



.Business 



Page ninety-six 




GIRL RESERVES 



PUBLICATION BUSINESS STAFFS 



Page ninety-teven 




Carol Strauss, Bobby Helm, N. T. Sandefur, James Sparks, Evelyn Tesh, Gilbert Lee, 

Helen Contos, M. V. Brinkly, Randolph Reece, Mary Matthews, Clifton Naughton, 

Odell Salmon, Ethel Mae Angelo, Henry Stokes, Reid Bahnson, Nancy Schallert, 

Voit Gilmore, Miss Sterling, Adviser. 



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M. G. Brown, Alice Turner, George Bynum, President, Lettie Mae Green, Reid Bahnson, Catherine Johnson, Lucy 

Spinks, Ashley Little, Harriet Taylor, Frances Angelo, Clara Pegram. Evelyn Tesh, Irving Bull. Christine Dunn. 

Muriel Freeman, Evelyn Hubbard. Doris Dyer. William Thrift, Carol Strauss, Anna Wray Fogle, Nancy Schal- 

lert, Otha Smith, Randolph Reece, Bobby Helm, Annie Bell Aaron 1 , Laura Bland, Lucy Gray Smither. 



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USHERS CLUB 



JUNIOR HI Y 

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DEBATING TEAM, 1934 

Query: Resolved, That the United States Should Adopt the Essential Features of the 
British System of Radio Control. 

AFFIRMATIVE: 
Nancy Schallert Robert Helm 

NEGATIVE: 

George Bynum Richard Saintsing 

Miss Mildred Moores, coach 



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Thompson. Third row— Bill Hurst, Thomas Johnson, Henry Pleasants, Alonzo Berrier, Floyd Henderson, Paul Jordan, 
Frederick Elrick, director. Second row — William Allen, Percv Gibson, Herbert Caudle, J. C. Brinegar, Richard 
Neely, Everette Gibson, James Bos tic, Edwin Holleman. First row — Milton Browning, John Keenan, Slate Hoi ton. 
Perry Ellis, A. H. Kimel, Billy Foy, Ralph Rink, Wilburn Cranfill, Edward Littleton. William Allen, Ellis Fulk, 
and Wayne Allen did special work on the Black and Gold. 

REYNOLDS HIGH SCHOOL PRINT SHOP 



Trade printing was offered this year 
beginning with the second semester's 
work in printing. The work of the trade 
printing students was continued for the 
second year in the various commercial 
printing establishments of the community 
that are cooperating in this vocational 
training program. 

The Printers Club carried on a limited 



program after school, meeting with the 
night school class in printing for lectures 
and special programs. 

The printing of this Black and Gold 
was the largest single job done during the 
year. A majority of the printing for the 
various city departments this year was 
produced in the shop as well as Pine 
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BOYS BASEBALL TEAM 



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BOYS GOLF TEAM 



CHEERLEADERS 



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ATHLETICS 

VOLUNTARY COACHES 

Miss Lessie Brown Phillips, coach of basketball and baseball for girls 

Miss Mary Martin, coach of tennis for girls 

Mr. Wade Leggette, coach of football 

Mr. Joby Hawn, coach of football and baseball for boys 

Mr. Ralph Brimly, coach of basketball and track for boys 

Mr. Walker Barnette, coach of tennis and golf for boys 

CAPTAINS OF THE TEAMS 

Boys Football Bunny Hines, Hugh Duggins 

Boys Basketball Luther Pike 

Boys Track Hugh Duggins, Luther Pike 

Boys Golf Joe Brownlow 

Girls Basketball Willena Couch 

Girls Baseball Mary Lewis Hutchinson 

Girls Tennis Margaret Dixson 



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A Snack From 

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for September, 1933 



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4 — Mo. — Labor Day. Success comes to Jimmie Swaim 
who, after looking for a job all summer, 
is hired by the Dingling Bros. Circus wash- 
ing elephants. 
5 — Tu. — Mr. Joyner switches from "Twofers" (two 
cigars for a nickle) to "Hav-a-Tampas" be- 
cause of rise in position. 
6 — We. — Warren Spear buys his first pair of long 

pants; girl's name not announced. 
7 — Th. — Royce Crim born, 1916. Cried for a new kid- 

die-kar. He had outgrown his old one. 
8. — Fr. — Today is what to-morrow was yesterday. 

10 — Su. — Roast beef dinner for 126, baked ham for 180, 
chicken dinner for 50. 

11 — Mo. — Hugh Duggins begins training for football by 
pulling his dear old cow from the barn to 
the pasture. 

13 — We. — Harry E. Parker practises on his trombone 
so hard that he blows a hole in it. 

14 — Th. — Mr. Haltiwanger celebrates the seventeenth 
anniversary of his cow. 

15 — Fr. — The Youth of W. S. begins to wonder whether 
there will be school, and the teachers won- 
der, too. 

18 — Mo. — Samuel Johnson (the first half-wit, only he 
had about four halfs) born, 1709. Haddin 
Kirk loses himself. 

19 — Tu. — All paths of pleasant vacation lead but to 
school, and so comes the day of registra- 
tion. Haddin Kirk finds himself in Mr. 
Joyner's office. 

20 — We. — First day of work. Most of the freshmen 
paid their radiator fee. 46 days before 
Thanksgiving holidays. 

21 — Th. — The second day of the beginning of the fall. 

22 — Fr. — Sr. students find need for brain food — fish to 
you. 

23 — Sa. — Real appreciation for Saturday morning sleep. 

24 — Su. — Miles Horton has a wreck on Sunday after- 
noon drive. 

25 — Mo. — Three months until Christmas. Do your 
shopping early. 

26 — Tu. — Miss Hessie Watts gives lecture about monkey 
business (otherwise known as evolution). 

27— We. — Emily Smither begins her career as a poet by 
writing a poem in freshmen study hall. 
A senior is a lovely thing, 
With privileges and everything. 

28 — Th.. — Emily Smither ends her career as poet 

she almost ends her life. 



SEPTEMBER 

September is a lovely time 
With a soft and golden clime. 
When summer camps are closing down. 
And sunburned backs return to town 
To prepare foe dear old school. 

"Studes" acquire that earnest look, 

And under each arm carry a book 

That they must make seen: 

They begin classroom, apologies 

For forgetting Caesar and the " olo- 

gies". 
And try to nourish their bean. 

They test their brains with dumb con- 
junctions. 
Water and its many [unctions: 
They arise at quarter to eight 
With the constant fear they'll be late. 
Oh give back those summer trips 
With nary a care for tardy slips. 




Royce Crim at the tender age of one 
year one day and one month. 




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-Su. — Insurance companies desperate. Miles Horton 
has another wreck. Florence Edmunds 
born, 1917. Evelyn Bailey born, 1919. 



2— Mo, 



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-Blue Monday, 
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Wash day — clean clothes to- 



-Miss Flossie Martin begins collecting fresh- 
men for biology experiments. Ernest 
Leftkowitz born, 1918 — becomes tongue- 
tied at age of two trying to pronounce his 
name. 



4 — We. — Chapel first appearance of the band — Mr. 

Pfohl's moustache makes debut. (It's such 
a cute little thing.) 

5— Th.— Muriel Brietz born, 1918. 

6 — Fr. — Evelyn Cobb born, 1916. Second appearance 
of band. My, how Mr. Pfohl's moustache 
has grown! 

7 — Sa. — Drug stores do heavy business. 343 students 
get Saturday sundaes. Jean Davis born, 
1917. Sets style for Jean Harlow. 

8 — Su. — Miles Horton takes a drive. Selma Dunn 
born, 1919. Inventor of odorless moth 
balls. Receives Nobel Prize, 1940. 

9 — Mo. — S. C. Stimson becomes a member of R. J. R. 
Student Body. Miss Lumpkin complains 
that she works like an ox. Charles Curtis 
insists it's a lot of bull. Insurance com- 
pany is bankrupt — Miles Horton has an- 
other wreck. 

10 — Tu. — Mary Miller starts practice for cheerleading 
by beating mother's rugs. Miles C. Horton 
has another wreck. His mother pleads 
with auto sales company not to sell Miles 
any more vehicles. Miles now rides a kid- 
die-kar with a rumble seat. 



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-Honor study halls founded; 
that virtue hath its reward. 



proof enough 



-Wayland Stuart is elected Speaker of the 
House because of his magnetic personal- 
ity — "Come up and see him sometime!" 



OCTOBER 

The time of falling is here. 

Of falling grades and autumn cheer. 

Of high schcol halls, dark and cold, 

Of teachers blue who nag and scold — 

Remains of summer are all gone: 

Red flannels from drawers are drawn. 

Fall flits in on golden shoes — ' 
Red and brown anr amber hues; 
Gloomy students frown and sear- — ' 
Hail October! month now here. 




Miles drove many miles in his car. 



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13 — Fr. — Bad luck comes to Nancy Schallert. While 
visiting Dingling Bros. Circus, is mistaken 
for a monkey and is caged. Parents are 
indignant. State that Nancy is not a 
monkey at all, but a baboon. Black De- 
mons beaten black and blue by Lexington. 
Use Fri. 13 jinx as alibi. 

14 — Sa. — Bunny Hines born in 1914. (He probably 
won't admit it!) 

15 — Su. — Mary Alice Roebke is taken for a ride. 

16 — Mo. — Pupils return with that day after the night 
before feeling. First day of County Fair. 

17 — Tu. — Mrs. Anderson, Miss Phillips, and a host of 
freshmen seen riding on the merry-go- 
round. 

18 — We. — Advice to forlorn: Some students "stew" 
over nothing such as chapel programs. 

19— Th.— NEW MOON. "Lover, come back to me." 

20 — Fr. — Peppery pep meeting pepped up by peppy 
pupils. 

"Where and oh where is our little foot- 
ball team ?" 

21 — >Sa. — Eugene Liipfert dons overalls and begins rak- 
ing yard and cleaning out cellar. 

23 — Mo. — Bad practice for football team due to sudden 
interest in fairer sex. Last of the first 
six weeks. 

25 — We. — Mr. Brimley locates a long lost brother when 
he sees Tommy Lumpkin making speech 
in chapel; recognizes family resemblence 
in ears. 

26 — Th. — Students prepare for coming Student Council 
Convention. Opal Cooke born, 1917. 

27 — Fr. — Catherine Johnson becomes deaf from sitting 
under George Blum's trumpet at Council 
banquet. 

28 — .Sa. — Peggy Bowen sends six boys back to Raleigh 
with broken hearts at close of Council Con- 
vention. Reid Bahnson born, 1917 (An- 
other Heart Killer.) 

29 — Su. — E. W. Dease keeps weekly date. Query: What 
would happen if he didn't? 

30 — Mo. — Beginning of new six weeks with only five 
weeks in it. 

31 — Tu. — Hallowe'en. Spooks are floating in the air, 
spooks are floating everywhere, but the 
biggest spook of all is the spook called 
Emily Wall. 



An outline is a document 
Lacking in sweet content- 
ment, 
But remember this, as you 

slave each day — 
Outlines keep red "F's" away. 

2. 
If every zero is a goose egg — 
The geese must do a rushing 
business. 

3. 
It is better to be tanned than 
toasted! 

4. 
A busy bee never has time to 
sting. 

5. 
All that glitters is not gold — 
Consider the Junior 
rings. 

6. 

He who laughs last is an 

Englishman. 

7. 

Never shoot the bull to kill 

time. 

8. 
A tomato is to be eaten — not 
to be thrown. 
9. 
A stitch in time may save 
embarrassment. 
10. 
A penny saved is a penny 
used for sales tax. 
11. 
A girl doesn't have to be 
gluey to get stuck. 
12. 
you bake the cake, it's a 
cinch you won't eat it. 



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1 — We. — T. A. Apple, Robert McArthur, Albert Sherm- 
er, and Robert Froeber chosen for Rotary 
Club Luncheon. (I bet they were tough.) 

2 — Th. — Miss Dobson weighs Bobby Helm and dis- 
covers the amazing fact that he has gained 
one ounce since he was in the fourth 
grade. 



3— Fr.- 



-Report cards issued. Wilson Boiling found 
sitting on Miss Edward's back-yard fence 
singing "She Done Me Wrong." 




4 — Sa. — Hugh Duggins and Luther Pike inaugurate 
plan of drinking milk before going to bed 
in order to build up an "athletic" body. 
George Brownlow and Randolph Reece 
born, 1917 (in case you don't know it). 

5— Su.— Thome folkth think that Thunday 
Ith a day of retht; 
Otherth think that Thunday 
Ith of all dayth the betht. 

6 — Mo. — Freshman Charlie Martin begins research 
work for the end of the lunch line, 1:04, 
1933. 

7 — Tu. — Charlie Martin finds end of lunch line in li- 
brary, 2:35, 1933. 

8 — We. — Shore Neal issues statement that he will not 
play football next year. Reason: He 
doesn't think his football suit is becoming. 




Luther Pike kicking off with his 1 char- 
acteristic grace. 



9 — Th. — Discovered: A diamond in the rough, Ashley 

"Jewel" Little. 
10 — Fr. — Albert Shermer presides over Armistice Day 

Program held in chapel. Billy Mcintosh 

born, 1917. 
11 — Sa. — Armistice Day. Miss Albright and Miss 

Watts declare a truce. 




Hugh Duggins. football hero, pauses to 
notice how big the othei fellow is! 



NOVEMBER 

August may have its days. 
But November hath its nights- 
Football games at Southside Park 
Beneath the blazing lights. 

Autumn's final show of beauty. 
When the dzys are cold and clear: 
And the earth yields her bounty. 
As winter's tempest draws near. 

Truly a time of Thanksgiving 
For American problems, and such: 
Thankful that we yet are living 
After eating so awful much. 




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Randolph Reece returns black and blue 
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12 — Su. — First day in fifteenth anniversary of Book 
Week. 

13 — Mo. — Journalism room has clock installed. Pur- 
pose: To prevent news from getting out 
before time. 

14 — Tu.— Charles Kimel bom, 1917. Edna Earl Clin- 
ard born, 1919. 

15 — We. — Discovered: Mr. Pfohl's Maybelline. To make 
his 'itty moustache seen. 

16 — Th. — Newspaper Conference (otherwise known as 
S. I. P. A.) at Washington and Lee. Rep- 
resentatives take a sad farewell of R. J. R. 

17 — Fr. — First Pine Whispers published, 1 1923. Query: 
Would it have been better if it hadn't 
been published at all ? 

-Black and Gold annual carries off honors. 
Depression seemed to make a hit. 

-Delegates return from S. I. P. A. on the 
big bad bus. 

-Warning: Parallel due in Friday. 

-Walter Johnson born, 1915, with broad shoul- 
ders and brown eyes. 

22 — We. — Football becomes of age (twenty-first anni- 
versary). Honor of President of 10 A 
Class bestowed upon Hubert Couch be- 
cause of his faithful membership. He has 
been a member since 1929. Kenneth Bry- 
ant born, 1917. He could sing before he 
could talk. 

23 — -Th. — City library swarmed. Nancy Powell stays 
up all night reading Boswell's "Life of 
Samuel Johnson." 

24 — Fr. — Biggest game of year. Unexpected result. 
Black Demons meet arch-enemy — Char- 
lotte. Parallel comes in. 

25 — Sa. — Norman Boyer born, 1917. Makes basketball 
squad, 1933-34. 

26 — Su. — Ah, sweet day of rest. Laura Bland begins 
to read Anthony Adverse. 

27 — Mo. — Inspiration (perhaps it was the girl in front) 
comes to Joyner Burns! He passes an 
English quiz. 

28 — Tu. — Hayney Brown dyes hair. This time it's a 
brilliant orange. 

29 — We. — Last day before Thanksgiving holidays. Un- 
cle Tom stops picking up paper long 
enough to receive a turkey along with 
Ola and Patterson. 

30— Th.— Thanksgiving Day. Seniors of R. J. R. re- 
member to be thankful for Burch and 
Patterson, Macgruder, Bassett, and Baker- 
Crothers. Tommy Lumpkin especially 
thankful for same day in 1919 when his 
father's second son was born. 



A Spring Romance in 
Midwinter 

Listen, my children, and you shall hear. 
Of the poor broker, Arthur, and his 

wife, Guinivere. 
It seems that Guinnie was full of pep. 
And with other laddies liked to step. 
While Arthur had to stay out late. 
Attending to affairs of state. 

Now Launcelot was a handsome guy. 
A noble playboy, but sorta shy; 
He had no horse but a Rolls-Royce. 
All stream-lined and with plenty of 

force; 
Guinnie for Launcelot her cap had set — 
And Guinnie. my loves, had never miss- 

ed yet. 

Launcelot brought her diamonds from 

Tiffany's tournament. 
And Guinnie wore orchids wherever she 

went. 
She decided she'd sue and again be 

free. 
Using the well known grounds of " in- 

compacibility" . 
She wanted alimony, a thousand per- 
But the market fell and so did Arthur. 

Now Guinnie lives in a little flat — 
Content with only this and that. 
And Arthur is a happy man. 
He worries no more for "American 

Can." 
He now reigns in supreme majesty 
Over Hotel Waldorf's culinarie. 

The gap between Guinnie and Launcelot 
is fearfully wide; 

Launcelot s bankruptcy made him com- 
mit sucide. 

Guinnie has no one to tell her woes. 

She and Arthur only go to picture 
shows. 

And when Guinnie receives a diamond 
pin. 

You may be sure that it is from the 
five and ten. 



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for Deccrnber 



1 — Fr. — Youth of W. S. find that eating cranberries, 
turkeys, and cakes may be the reason for 
diaphragm-aches! (This is poetry, in case 
you can't appreciate it.) 

Helen Arthur, the big (in-more-than-one 
way), blue-eyed blond decides to go on a 
diet. After all, we're all human! 

Good use made of last night in holidays. 
Helen Arthur stops dieting — lack of food 
made her weak (in-more-than-one-way). 

-President of classes and Student Council dis- 
cuss drive for "school spirit". (What- 
ever that may be). 

Anna Wray Fogle stops eating peanut brittle. 
Reason: She learned in chemistry that it 
is made of old rags. 

-Mr. Ralph Brimley accepts position as bas- 
ketball coach. Notice: All boys interest- 
ed in coming out for basketball report at 
gym at 2:30 this afternoon. 

■Council meeting held with all members pres- 
ent, 1928. 

Last grades go in on report card. Average 
of four tests per person to-day. 

Long longed for week-end relieves heavily- 
burdened students. 

Rainy Sunday. Ends month of rainy Sun- 
days which began back in 1929. 

-Dave Henderson reports a broken back due 
to week-end spent with Mary Woodruff. 
How about a pair of stilts for Mary's 
Christmas present, Dave ? 

-Several hearts broken because Mary Lou 
Nash fails to give her usual sunny smile. 

-Study halls quarantined. Epidemic of heart 
throbs. 

■One more day before the Christmas holidays. 
Irving Bull becomes so excited that he 
gets St. Vitus Dance. 

Beginning of Christmas holidays. Your Al- 
manacker enters in the Christmas spirit 
and decides to take a holiday. 



2— Sa.- 
3— Su.- 
4— Mo.- 
5— Tu.- 

6-We, 

7— Th.- 

8— Fr.- 

9— Sa.- 

10— Su.- 

11— Mo.- 

12— Tu.- 
13— We, 
14— Th.- 

15— Fr.- 



CHRISTMAS 

'Twas the night before Christmas 
And each laddie and lass 

Was staying out all night. 
In hopes that St. Nicholas would pass. 

Finally Santa came. 

With presents for all; 

He brought Bobby Helm some milk. 

Luther Pike—a basketball. 

To the good little track boys 
He brought a gorgeous new bike: 
"You'll get there quicker." he wrote, 
"If you don't try to hike!" 

To Mary Woodruff he gave a dumbell. 
So she'd grow quite tall and strong: 
To Greorge Blum the diploma 
He had striven for so long. 

To Voit Gilmore he left 
Some skates and a jump rope: 
To Helen Cockerham a dolly. 
And all the good things you could 
hope. 

To Bunny Hines he gave ' 
A book for a present: 
It was full of compliments 
Bunny had to himself sent. 

So Christmas day came 
With much shouting and noise. 
Each kiddie was pleased 
With his lovely new toys; 

But all the bad children — 
I may add they were few 
Received not a thing- 
Was one of them you? 




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JANUARY 

January, month of snow, 
Final tests I do not know, 
Month of senior's graduation, 
Month of trial and tribulation, 
Month of cards of scarlet hue, 
( Don' t laugh, son, it might be you! ) 
Month of flying basketballs- 
Month of icy high school halls; 
New year's month, we hail thee here, 
January, dark and drear. 



A Snack 
From 

Arthur's <Almanark 

for 

January and February 

1934 



FEBRUARY 

February is a merry month, 
A windy, wild, and flurry month: 
A time of rain and spring-like signs. 
Of sweet, shy looks and valentines; 
Clifton Naughton. people say. 
Gives such things to Ethel Mae. 
B. C. Hall, with much languor. 
Pays his court to Miss Alexander. 
Woe is me! / have no lover; 
In my mailbox I discover 
Comic notes to me addressed 
Leaving me sore distressed. 



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Jan. 3 



Jan.12.- 



Jan. 17 



Jan. 26. 



Feb. 2.- 

Feb. 6.- 
Feb. 9.- 

Feb. 13 



Feb. 23. 



. — Edna Earl Clinard returns to school with a 
new Christmas present, a permanent wave. 
Necessity causes her to charge five dollars 
fine on anyone who touches her hair. She 
had to pay doctor's bills for those who 
were burned by touching her flaming locks. 

-Quill and Scroll (or Squill and Quroll or 
Squeal and Squawl, or what-have-you) has 
its annual "sucker-calling". Suckers cal- 
led were Henry Stokes, Gilbert Lee, Ethel 
Mae Angelo, Jimmy Sparks, Odell Salmon, 
Reid Bahnson, Evelyn Tesh, and Bobby 
(Sweetpea) Helm. Mary Matthews used 
her usual soft and golden eloquence to call 
the suckers. She was assisted in her per- 
suasive efforts by old members. 

, — Seniors of the January class decide to put 
away "childish things", and after four 
years of kid day, they come to the conclu- 
sions that it's high time to become digni- 
fied before going out into the cold, cold 
world. 

— Hail the day of consecration, dear old seniors 
graduation! After years of preparation, 
they've attained their destination, leav- 
ing with the confirmation that some day 
"~ an elevation in this world's delapidation 
will be made as their creation, some great 
work of domination to attain a lofty sta- 
tion. We give them our congratulation! 

—Cream of R. J. R. tapped into the National 
Honor Society. George Bynum presides. 
Great sensation created by those tapped 
who were lead on stage like lost sheep. 

-Tony Comoddi blows into school for the first 
time. (It's an ill wind that blows no good). 

-Bobby Mills, in his never-ending- attempt to get 
under all things, joins the Hanes night 
shift and is now packing underwear. We 
"underwear" he is tonight. 

— Mr. Joyner appoints six girls, Esther Hin- 
shaw, Dorothy Shaw, Harriet Taylor, 
Dorothy Correll, Lucile Weatherman, and 
Kathleen Anderson, to help in the nurses 
office. New nurses report extra number 
of fainting cases due to announcements of 
final exams. 

— Honest Hugh (Cash), alias Mr. Allred, 1 finds 
that matrimony isn't all it's cracked up to 
be in "Finders Keepers." Catherine John- 
son, alias Mrs. Allred, finds that honesty 
might be the best policy after all, but she 
seems to get quite a kick out of pouncing 
on Hugh (or mabe Hugh gets the kick). 




Mr. Mills at work at the mill. 




The last roundup. 




Catharine lowers Cash value. 



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A Snack 
From 

Arttjur'u Almanack 

for 

March and April 

1934 



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March 1, 2, 3, etc. — Weather forecast: Rain. More rain. 
Still more rain! 

March 5, 6, 7. — Weather forecast: Sleet. More sleet. 
Still more sleet! No school. Pencil sharp- 
eners frozen. Still no school. No light 
on subjects. 



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March 12— 19.— Annual visit of Mr. Cole, or "The Wo- 
man's Home Companion." brings again the 
subscription contest and school rivalry. 
Although the "Flying Clouds" advised the 
"Westward Ho's" to go east, the horizon 
darkened for the former, and with the star 
salesman, Edna Earl Clinard, the "West- 
ward Ho's" came out, on top, but alas, not 
a very high top. 

April 6. — Red Letter Day. Debaters, having been chos- 
en for their talkitiveness, talk themselves 
and the rest of the student body out of the 
third period class. We offer them our 
deepest appreciation for living up to ex- 
pectations; results on report cards would 
have been disastrous if they hadn't. But 
their efforts were of no avail. The de- 
bate was lost and, oh, the extra home- 
work! Won't a vacation be nice? Dram- 
atic Night brings back long lost school 
spirit. Seniors show superiority to other 
classes by winning the silver loving cup. 



MARCH AND APRIL 

March and April, months of spring. 
Months which lovely flowers bring; 
Months of poets' lyrics sweet. 
Months of ladies' spring clothes neat 
Months of annual spring debates. 
Lost because of hostile fates; 
Months of baseballs, well known pills. 
Months of our spring fever ills; 
Though a poet I long to be. 
Inspiration flies from me: 
So this song to a close I bring — 
Months of joy, thy praise I sing. 




Bobby deserts the helm and R. f. R. 
loses the debate. 




The Awakening. 



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Of warriors, of statesmen, of poets, and 
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And of soldiers who fought gallant fights; 

Of Caesar whose legions conquered the 
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Of great Alexander, who conquered the 
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Have conquered in life's great fray, 

And the names of these men ringing down 
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HIGH SCHOOL LIBRARY 



The "Readers Guide", a guide to peri- 
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year. 

The library usually has an average 
daily circulation of over 500 books. 

The library was one of about 12 lib- 
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Over 700 people use the library each 
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SCHOOL TRACK RECORDS 

440-(McNulty, 1933) 0:52.9 

880-(Cadman, 1931) 2:01 

Mile— (Kinney, 1933) 4:47 

Javelin— ( Plaster, 1 930 ) 154' 

Discus- (Sapp, 1932) 109' 

High Jump- (Pike, 1933-34) .... 5' 1 H/ 2 " 
Shot Putt- (Sapp. 1932) 42' 11" 



Pole Vault— (Pratt & Patterson, 1932) 

10'6" 

High Hurdles— (Byrd, 1933) 
Low Hurdles— (Byrd, 1933) 

Broad Jump— (Church, 1930) 2011" 

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Queen Guinevere — 



Launcelot 



Elaine — 



Gareth 



Lynette 



Merlin — 



Galahad 



'And she was fairest of all flesh." 



"Noblest of the knights." 



"The fair, the lovable" 



"A goodly youth." 



'So full of pride." 



"Mighty, the wizard." 



'I, Galahad, saw the Grail." 



Lady of the Lake — 



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Hiding from the folks? Popular Hugh Duggins and Jean Davis smile for the "birdie". 



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FAMOUS SAYINGS OF 
FAMOUS PERSONALITIES 



Miss Smith— "Why? Prove it!" 

Miss Albright— "What do you think?" 

Mr. Barnette — "All right, shut up back 

there." 
Miss Sterling — "Let's get quiet." 

Miss Stephenson — "Why don't you use 

your brains?" 
Mr. Pfohl — "Come in." 

Miss Weaver — "Underline that in your 

book." 
Mrs. Anderson — "Now in connection 

with that ." 

Bobby Helm — "Aw, you do it." 
Ethel Mae Angelo— "Where's Clime?" 
Clifton Naughton — "Where's Ethel 

Mae?" 
Ash. Little— "Where's Elmer?" 
"Gib" Lee — "Where's Hiram?" 

Office Girl — "Tommmmmmmmmmmm- 
mmmmmmmmmmmm." 



Andrew Sutton— "That's the way it's 

done in Philly." 
Shore Neal— "1-888888." 
Dave Henderson— "Oh, Mona." 
Joe Currin — "I'm Streamline!" 
Voit Gilmore — "Play, Frank." 
Bunny Hines — "I'ze de president." 
Carol Strauss — "I'm sorry." 
Randy Reece — "Yes maaaaaam." 



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You will find new sport model 



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Authorized Ford Dealer 



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FACTS ABOUT SCHOOL 



There are thirty-two loving cups on 
exhibit in the hall and the library. 

The "stone" railings on topmost points 
of the building are not stone. They are 
made of sheet metal, and are quite hollow. 

The library contains between eight and 
nine thousand books. 

The high school building was built be- 
fore the auditorium. 

The journalism and home economic 
rooms on the first floor were once a loby. 

"Pine Whispers" is 10 years old, the 
first issue being published on November 
17, 1924. 

Football was begun in 1913 in the city 
schools and was coached by Mr. J. W. 
Moore. 

There has been only one girl to attain 
the honor of presidency of the student 
body. 

The exhibit of African spears and 
other warring implements was given by 



Doctor Fred Hanes. They are in one of 
the library display windows. 

There are six bulletin boards on the 
first floor. 

There are twelve trash baskets on the 
first floor. 

There are thirty sections of windows 
in one side of the north court. 

There are 23, drinking fountains in the 
halls of the school building. 



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Spelling holds no difficulty for one 
young lady in Miss Stephenson's class. 
When in doubt, she surmounts all diffi- 
culties by the use of a little originality. 
During a dictation lesson, Miss Stephen- 
son gave the name of the song, "Auld 
Lang Syne," and the resourceful girl 
wrote on her paper the name,"01d Aunt 
Zion." 



Miss Stephenson — "And when Lord 
Chesterfield read Johnson's uncomplimen- 
tary letter, I wonder at what point his 
face turned red." 

Mary Alice Roebke— "It might have 
been around the nose." 



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One for each of your friends and one for the family record. 

Keep these precious memories in PHOTOGRAPHS. 

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HISTORY OF MAY CLASS, 1934 
(Continued from page 78) 



Against the Royal Knights. 
They succeeded in winning points four 
Which entitled them to wear the name 
Sophomore 



THE SECOND DAY 



When the second morning of the tour- 
nament dawned 
Again the trumpets warn the combat- 
ant that the fight was on 
And headlong into the fray they rushed 
Confident that they would win. 
Along the single lines of battle 
Some had fallen; a few to rise again re- 
freshed. 
Others too weak to rise. 
Bold Sir Lawrence still commanding 
Gave courage to the gallant men 
And spurred them up to fight again. 
In the basketball affray 
Captain Carol led her squadron. 
The second day of the tournament 



Died and still no great feat 
Was accomplished by either side 
Of the noble Knights. 

THE THIRD DAY 

It was not until the third day 

Several of the Junior Knights 

Fought with and conquered 

Royal Knights of old repute. 

Brave Sir Grammar trying desperately 

To overpower one of the Juniors 

Was hurled to earth with a mighty 

roar 
And was vanquished as never before. 
Meanwhile in the center 
Great deeds of arms were wrought. 
Under the leadership of Sir Lawrence 

Reid 
Many a victory was won that day. 
And next came many single games 
Which the king set forth. 
Sir Luther Pike, famed far and wide 
Set many a reasonant heart on fire 
With his valliant victories at 
Football, basketball and track. 



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With Sir Bunny Hines won distinction morn of a new day. 

On the football fields before whose 

Strength many a manly knight did THF FOURTH DAY 

yield. 
When the sun sank low upon the land 

The knights again adjourned from The fourth day of games was 

The games for a few hours of rest, More difficult than those before 

More confident of victory than Education had planned them so 

They had been the three previous days. That he might test their strength. 

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The first game brought forth to try 

their 
Might was basketball. 
Willena Couch as captain of the noble 

team 
Carried off more honors than the rest 
And in the feat was deemed the best. 
But physical strength was not the only 

feat, 
For mental ability played a bigger part. 
Nancy Schallert, who ever followed 

after wisdom, 
Was crowned with laurels of honor 
For her high scholastic ability. 
And many knights were given place in 

the National Honor Society. 
And Laura Bland, never was there 

nobler knight, 
Portrayed her ability to write 
By winning first place with her 
Play "The Island" in the state contest. 
Mary Matthews and Evelyn Tesh 



Excelled in Journalistic work. 
Harry Parker and Donald Pfohl 
In music were probably the most out- 
standing, 
Mary Miller and Bobby Helm, acting 

as spokesmen of the day, 
Gained honors abundantly that way. 
On this day, also did Sir Hines 
With his Council charges brave 
Wage bitter combat against the age 

old man, Dishonor. 
And as the dusk began to cover the 

land, 
And the clash of arms sounded far 

away, 
Commencement night drew nigh, 
For all signs of the combat 
Would be brushed from the field, 
And the knights would gather up their 

arms 
To receive the laurels of the day. 



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COMPLIMENTS 

OF THE 

CAROLINA THEATER 



MAY PROPHECY 

(Continued from Page 80) 

Wray Fogle's play won second place. 
One entire page was devoted to the poems 
of Mary Miller Currin. The illustrations 
were by Guy Bullard who was assisted 
by his wife, a former classmate. The 
spirits refused however to tell who it was. 
The paper also carried a big story on 
the recent wedding of Gladys Lambe to 
Prince Charles of the royal family of 



Burgshap. In the wedding had been Anna 
Leak Scott, Mary Louise McClung, Vir- 
ginia Tesh, and Suzanne Weeks. George 
Blum had been the ring bearer. 

Merlin turned to me with this revela- 
tion. Did I want to see more? No, 
that was enough. Slowly I turned to the 
old wizard of the ancient court. He, 
however, had forgotten me by this time 
as King Arthur had just entered with a 
new problem for his adviser. 



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LAST WILL AND TESTAMENT 
OF JANUARY CLASS, 1934 

(Continued from page 38) 



are most loathe to hand over to them. 
Section 6: 

We do hereby constitute and appoint 
Mr. C. R. Joyner, principal of this high 
school, as sole executor of this our last 
will and testament. 



Therefore, we, the January class of 
1934, have to this, our will, set our hands 
and seal this nineteenth day of January, 
one thousand nine hundred and thirty 
four. 

William Thrift 
Testator 

Witnesses: 

Tom Foote — the Janitor 

Ola— the Maid 



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