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North Carolina Room 
Forsyth County Public Library 
660 West Fifth Sir@©t 
Winston-Salem, MC 27101 



Volume XXIV 
Published by the 

BLACK AND GOLD STAFF 

and 

CLASSES OF 1935 

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



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FOREWORD 

To Carolina: 

Here's to the land of the long leaf pine, 
The summer land where the sun doth 

shine, 
Where the weak grow strong, 
And the strong grow great, 
Here's to down home, the Old North 

State. 




To 

Mr. Wade H. Leggette 

who contributed much to the three phases of school life— 
athletics, administration, and scholarship; and who, although 
not now connected with the school, still shows great interest 
in its activities, we gratefully dedicate this Black and Gold. 




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The lighthouse, always a synonym for 
progress, is a god-send to the sailors who 
ply the coast of Carolina, for here are 
the most dangerous capes on the western 
side of the Atlantic. Towering above the 
frothing green of the ocean, they present 
a beautiful scene, indeed. As the light is 
the guide at sea, so is Pilot a guide on 
land. One of the most beautiful moun- 
tains of the Blue Ridge, it is also a chall- 
enge to the spirit of men of today and 
reminder of yesterday. 




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Administration 




The capitol building of North Carolina 
typifies the progress of the governmental 
system of this state. Basically the same, 
the governing system has grown from the 
size of the small building at Edenton to 
the more dignified and larger government 
of the first capitol at Raleigh; and finally 
it increased to the complex set-up which 
occupies the present building on State 
Street. 




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John Watson Moore, A. B., Ed. M., Superintending-Principal Winston-Salem Schools 

Duke University, University of North Carolina, Davidson College, 

University of Chicago 

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

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

OFFICE ADMINISTRATORS 

Ruth C. Kiger, Secretary 
Mildred Ferguson, Clerical 

CAFETERIA 
Rosa Tinder, B. S. 

Peabody College. Cornell University, Harrisburg State Teachers College 



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COMMERCIAL DEPARTMENT 



Anna Lula Dobson, B. C. S., Head of Commercial Department 

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



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. 

Bowling Green Business University 

Peabody College 

University of Kentucky 

Bess A. Ivey, A. B. 

Salem College 

Eastman College 

University of North Carolina 



Garnett Kelly 

Wake Forrest 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 



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ENGLISH DEPARTMENT 



Mary C. Wiley, A. B„ Head of English Department 

Womar.s College of University of North Carolina 

Thelma Albright, A. B. 

Greensboro College 
Duke University 



Mildred Moores, A. B. 

Greensboro College 



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 

Emma Kapp, A. B. 

Salem College 



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

Salem College 
Columbia University 

Marjorie Siewers Stephenson, A. B. 

Salem College 

Mary Sterling, A. B. 

Woman's College of University of North Carolina 

Ruth Troutman, A. B. 

Columbia University 
Lenior Rhyne College 



LIBRARY 
Ola Maye Nicholson, A. B., Head o£ Library 

Guilford College, Library Science University of North Carolina 

Mae Kreeger, A. B. 

Salem College 



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HOME ECONOMICS DEPARTMENT 



Ruth Helmich, B. S., Head of Home Economics Department 

Salem College 

Carraleigh J. Singletary, B. S. 

Columbia University 
State Teachers College, Harrisonburg, Va. 



INDUSTRIAL ARTS DEPARTMENT 



Millard Jackson, B. E., Head of Industrial Arts Department 



Eastern Illinois State Teachers College 



Frederick J. Elrick, B. S. 

Kansas State Teachers College 
Mergenthaler Linotype School 



E. H. Stinson, B. S. in Industrial Arts 

N. C. State College 



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LANGUAGE DEPARTMENT 



Annie Preston Heilig, A. B., M. A., Head of Language Department 

Woman's College of University of North Carolina 



Margaret Bailey, A. B. 

Winthrop College 

Faye Martin, A. B. 

Woman's College of University of North Carolina 



Pauline Lois Whitley, A. B. 

Oxford College 
Touraine University, France 

Lessie Brown Phillips, A. B., M. A. 

Salem College 
University of North Carolina 



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MATHEMATICS DEPARTMENT 



Sarah Olive Smith, B. S., Ed. M., Head of Mathematics Department 

Guilford College, Duke University 



L. W. Crowell 

Springfield College 

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

Salem College 
Penn. State 

Kenneth M. Peters, A. B. 

Emory and Henry College 



B. B. Redmond, B. S. 

Presbyterian College 

Katherine Rogers, A. B. 

Winthrop College 

Ralph A. Sullivan, B. A. 

Wake Forrest College 



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SCIENCE DEPARTMENT 



Flossie Martin, A. B., B. S., Head of Science Department 

Salem College, Columbia University, University of North Carolina, Alleghany School for Natural History 



W. S. Buchanan, B .S 

Davidson College 

Duke University 

University of North Carolina 



Joseph T. Pfohl, A. B. 

Moravian College 

University of North Carolina 

Salem College 

Ralph F. W. Bnmley, B. S. 

North Carolina State College 



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SOCIAL SCIENCE DEPARTMENT 



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

University of Minnesota, Harvard University 



Walker Barnette, A. B„ M. A. 

University of North Carolina 

H. C. Hawn, A. B. 

Lenior-Rhyne College 

Irene Barton Jones, B. S. 

Greenville Women's College 
Furman University 



Margaret Lumpkin, A. B, 

Georgia State College for Women 

Claude Duane Smith, B. S. 

Appalachian State College 

Janie Weaver, A. B. 

Greensboro College 



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William Sidney Porter — better known 
as O. Henry — Calvin H. Wiley, and 
Charles B. Aycock are all symbolic of 
the highest type of leadership in North 
Carolina. O. Henry reached the heights 
of short story with his human betrayals 
of mankind. Calvin H. Wiley is sym- 
bolic of the true leader in the field of ed- 
ucation, while Charles Aycock may 
easily be considered the statesman of the 
"Old North State." 




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JANUARY CLASS OFFICERS 

Charles Curtis President Lawrence Vickers Historian 

Margaret Clodfelter Vice President Hubert Couch Prophet 

Madge Burton Secretary Elizabeth Widdifleld Testator 

John Thompson Treasurer Lois Walker Poet 

Frances Jean Kelly Mascot 

Miss Annie Preston Heilig Faculty Adviser 

Colors: Blue and White Flower: White Carnation 

Motto: "It's good to know; it's better to 
do; it's best to be." 



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Ruth Lee Adams 

Modern Language Course 

Ambition — To Travel 

Favorite Study — Spanish 

Boosters Club 1; Jr. Dramatic Club 1, 2; 
Girls Wide Awake Club 2. 



Kathleen Anderson 

General Course 

Ambition — To Get Married 

Favorite Study — History 



North 
G.A.A. 



unior High 1, 2; Etiquette Club 3; 
3; Girls 'Wide Awake Club 3. 



Sam Baird 

Commercial Course 
Ambition — To Be A Bookkeeper 
Favorite Study — Bookkeeping 
Banking Club. 



Joseph Barbee 

General Course 
Ambition— To Be A Football Player 
Favorite Study— History 
Soccer 2; Class Baseball 1. 



Carl E. Beck 

General Course 

Ambition— To Be A Success 

Favorite Study— English 

Cashiers Club 2, 3; Dramatic Club 2; Cast 
"Gaius and Gaius, Jr." 2; Band 3. 



Russell C. Berthold 

General Course 

Ambition— To Croon Like Bing Crosby 

Favorite Study — Physics 

Track 2; Cross Country 2; Monogram 
Club 2. 



Clarice Bodenheimer 

General Course 

Ambition — To Have A Good Time 

Favorite Study— English 

South Junior High 1. 2; Etiquette Club 3; 
Sr. Marshall 3; House of Rep. 3; Boosters 
Club 4; Black and Gold Staff 4; Sr. Ed. 4. 



Gorrell Bodenheimer 

General Course 
Ambition— To Be A Radio Amateur 
Favorite Study — History 
South Junior High 1, 2. 



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Henry Bridges 

General Course 
Ambition — To Be A Scientific Agriculturalist 

Favorite Study — Biology 
Nature Lovers Club 2. 



Rachel Brooks 

Latin Course 

Ambition — To Be An Ideal Girl 

Favorite Study — Biology 

Etiquette Club 2; Dramatic Club 2; Girls 
Club 3; Travel Club 3; G.A.A. 2. 



Stella Brown 

Scientific Course 

Ambition— To Be A Good Nurse 

Favorite Study — Biology 

South Junior High 1; Jr. Dramatic Club 1; 
Glee Club 3: Library Page 4. 



Flora Mae Buchanan 

Commercial Course 

Ambition — To Be A Private Secretary 

Favorite Study- — Shorthand 

North Junior High 1, 2: Boosters Club 3: 
Jr. Dramatic Club 3; Nat'l Hon. Soc. 4; 
Pine Whispers and Black and Gold Typist 
3: Library Staff 4; Nurse 4. 



James Burchette 

General Course 
Ambition — To Be A Doctor 
_JFavorite Study— Chemistry 

Jr. Dramatic Club 1; Aero. Club 1; Scrub 
Football 2, 3, 4; Varsity Football 5. 



Mary Alice Burns 

Modern Language Course 

Ambition — To Sing For A Big Orchestra 

Favorite Study — English 

North Junior High 1. 2; Travel Club 3; 
Literary Club 3. 



Madge Burton 



General Course 

Ambition — To Have A Good Time 

Favorite Study — English 

Class Soccer I; G.A.A. 1, 2; Jr. Dramatic 
Club 1, 2; Class Sec. 4; Sr. Marshall 3. 



Abelardo Garces Capote 

General Course 

Ambition — To Be A Doctor 

Favorite Study — English Language 

Kemp. N. C. 1. 2, 3; Hermanded Club; 
Comrade Club at the Y. M. C. A. 4. 




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Christine Carroll 

General Course 

Ambition — To Travel 

Favorite Study — English 

North Junior High 1, 2; Girls Wide Awake 
Club 3. 



Marion Lee Carter 

General Course 

Ambition — To Travel 

Favorite Study—French 

Boosters Club 1; Debaters I: Girls Wide 
Awake Club 2; Etiquette Club 1; Girl Re 
serve Club 4. 



George Clodfelter 

Industrial Arts Course 
Ambition — To Be A Craftsman 
Favorite Study — Woodwork 
Scouting Club 1. 



Margaret Clodfelter 

General Course 

mbition — To Be A Stenographer 

Favorite Study — English 



South Junior High 1, 2; 
Club 3; House of Rep. 3, 
3; Vice Pres. Class 4. 



Girls Etiquette 
4; Sr. Marshall 



Donald Bain Coe 

General Course 

Ambition — To Be An Aviator 

Favorite Study — Aviation 

North Junior High 1, 2; Band 3; State Mu- 
sic Contest 3; Boosters Club 3. 



Virginia Cooke 

Commercial Course 

Ambition— To Be A Stenographer 

Favorite Study — Shorthand 

South Junior High 1, 2: Girls Wide Awake 
Club 3; Etiquette Club 3. 



Hubert Couch 

Scientific Course 

Ambition — To Tap Dance Like Hal Leroy 

Favorite Study — Chemistry 

Football 3. 4; Jr. Dramatic Club 1. 2; 
Aero. Club 1; Monogram Club 4. 



Charles Curtis 

General Course 

Ambition — To Be A Lawyer 

Favorite Study — Commercial Law 

Children Home High 1; Literary Soc. 2; 

Boys Etiquette Club 2; House of Rep. 2, 

3. 4; Speaker Pr.o-Tempore 4; Pres. of 
Class 4; Rotary Club 4. 



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Grace M. Davis 

General Course 
Ambition—To Act 
Favorite Study — History 
House of Rep. 1, 2, 3; Dramatic Club I, 2: 
Girls Wide Awake Club 1. 2; Class Bask- 
etball 1, 2: Boosters Club 1, 2; Class Ten- 
nis 1, 2; Class Baseball 1, 2. 



Richard H. Davis 

Scientific Course 

Ambition — To Become A Bing Crosby 

Favorite Study — Physics 

Jr. Dramatic Club, 1, 2; Aero. Club 1, 2; 
Radio Club 2; Travel Club 3, 4; Boosters 
Club 3; Jr. Hi-Y 1, 2; House of Rep. 2. 



E. W. Dease 

General Course 

Ambition — To Be A Success 

Favorite Study — Electrical Engineering 

South Junior High I: Varsity Football 2, 
3, 4: Varsity Baseball 2, 3; Varsity Bask- 
etball 2, 3; Class Sec. 2; House of Rep. 2: 
Etiquette Club 2; Monogram Club 2, 3, 4; 
Co-captain Football 4; Class Pres. 2. 



Mayme Dowell 

Commercial Course 

Ambition — To Go Places and Do Things 

Favorite Study — Shorthand 

South Junior High 1. 2: Girls Etiquette 
Club 3; Girls Wide Awake Club 3. 



Doris Lucille Frye 

General Course 

Ambition — To Vamp Clark Gable 

Favorite Study — Study Hall 

Girls Wide Awake Club 1, 2, 3; House of 
Rep. 1. 2; Dramatic Club 2; Library Page 
1, 2; Boosters Club 2, 3; Etiquette Club 
1. 2, 3; Girl Reserve Club 1. 2, 3: Fresh. 
Glee Club 1. 



D. B. Grubbs 

Scientific Course 

Ambition — To Be Commander-in-Chief 

Of U. S. Battle Fleet 

Favorite Study — Physics 

Student Council 1. 2, 3; Fresh. Debaters 
1: Class Baseball 1; Class Football I; 
Natl Hon. Soc. 4. 



Wade Grubbs 

General Course 

Ambition— To Be An Orchestra 

Leader 

Favorite Study— History 

House of Rep. 3. 4: Boosters Club 3; 
Dramatic Club 2; Baseball 3. 



Faith Hall 

Commercial Course 

Ambition — To Be A Stenographer 

Favorite Study— Shorthand 

South Junior High 1, 2; Girls Etiquette 
Club 3; Girls Wide Awake Club 3. 




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Mary Catherine Hall 




Latin Course 




Ambition— To Dance With Fred Astaire 




Favorite Study — Art 




May Day 1; Girls Wide Awake Club 2; 


Jr. Dramatic Club 2; Debaters Club 1: 
Girls Club 3. 



Opal Hall 

Commercial Course 
Ambition — To Become A Private Secretary 

Favorite Study— Shorthand 
North Junior High 1. 2; Nat'l Hon. Soc. 4. 



Georgia Hassell 

General Course 

Ambition — To Be A Nurse 

Favorite Study — English 

Boosters Club 2; Travel Club 2; Jr. Dra- 
matic Club 3. 



Clyde Hunt 

Scientific Course 

Ambition — To Be An Engineer 

Favorite Study — Physics 

North Junior High 2; Hobby Club 3; Trav- 
el Club 3. 



Howard A. Johnson 

Scientific Course 
Ambition — To Celebrate The 4th Of July 

Favorite Study — Biology 
Boosters Club 2; N. C. Club 2. 



Thomas Johnson 

Industrial Arts Course 
Ambition — To Be A Sailor 
Favorite Study — Woodwork 

South Junior High 1, 2: Boys Hobby Club 
3; Asst. Cashier 3; Cashier 4; Track 4. 



Raymon L. Kirkman 

Industrial Artg Course 

Ambition— To Finish School 

Favorite Study — Mechanical Drawing 

Varsity Soccer 2: Boosters Club 2; Boys 
Hobby Club 3. 



Charles J. Knighten 

Scientific Course 
Ambition — To Be A West Point Graduate 

Favorite Study — Science 
South Junior High 1, 2; Hobby Club 3. 



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W. H. Leonard, Jr. 

General Course 
Ambition — To Be An Engineer 
Favorite Study — Algebra 
South Junior High 1, 2; Travel Club I, 



Mary Lewis 

General Course 

Ambition— To Be A Stenographer 

Favorite Study — Typing 

South Junior High 1, 2; Girls Wide Awake 
Club 3. 



Sallie Mae Lindley 

Scientific Course 

Ambition — To Be A True Friend 

Favorite Study — Music 

Cashiers Club 1: Jr. Dramatic Club 2; State 
Music Contest 3; Glee Club 3: House of 
Rep. 3. 



Jack Long 

General Course 
Ambition — To Be A Baseball Player 
Favorite Study — Mechanical Drawing 
South Junior High 1, 2. 



Gladys Lynch 

Commercial Course 

Ambition — To Be A Private Secretary 

Favorite Study— Shorthand 

North Junior High 1, 2; Boosters Club 3; 
Nat'l Hon. Soc. 4; Typist for Pine 
Whispers and B'ack and Gold 3; Typist 
for Library 4; Library Staff 4. 



Ellen McLain 

Modern Language Course 

Ambition — To Study In France 

Favorite Study — Study Hall 

Class Hockey 1; Class Soccer 1; Girl Re- 
serve Club 1. 2, 3; Etiquette Club 2; Dra- 
matic Club 2; Glee Club 1; Girls Wide 
Awake Club 2; Library Page 1, 2. 



Pauline Morris 

Commercial Course 
Ambition— To Work In An Office 
Favorite Study — Commercial Law 

Dramatic Club 1. 2; Etiquette Club 1, 2; 
Girls Wide Awake Club 1. 2; House of 
Rep. 3; Cashier 3. 4. 



Alvis Patterson 

General Course 

Ambition — To Be An Electrical Engineer 

Favorite Study — Spanish 




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Ed Peddycord 

Scientific Course 

Ambition — To Date Jean Harlow 

Favorite Study— Physics 

South Junior High 1, 2; Varsity Football 
3; Spring Football 3; Tennis 4. 



Harold Petrec 

General Course 

Ambition—To Be Successful 

Favorite Study — History 

Fresh. Soccer; Varsity Soccer 2: Monogram 
Club 2, 3, 4; House of Rep. 1. 4; Hobby 
Club 3; Stamp Club 3. 



Alma Renigar 

Modern Language Course 

Ambition — To Be A Nurse 

Favorite Study — Science 



North 
Girls 



Junior High 1 , 2; Travel Club 3; 
Wide Awake Club 3. 



Earl Roberson 

Industrial Arts Course 
Ambition— To Be A Success 
Favorite Study — Occupations 

Fresh. Boosters Club 1; Aero. Club 1; Jr. 
Dramatic Club 2; Varsity Track 3. 4; Var- 
sity ' Football 2, 3. 4; Monogram Club 3. 4; 
Debating Squad 4; Boosters Club 2, 3. 



Margaret Russell 

Commercial Course 
Ambition — To Travel 
Favorite Study — Bookkeeping 
North Junior High 1, 2. 



E. G. Self 

Scientific Course 

Ambition— To Date Ginger Rogers 

Favorite Study— Chemistry 

Fresh. Debater 1; Aero. Club 2; Class 



Frances Lee Shermer 

Commercial Course 

Ambition — To Be A Private Secretary 

Favorite Study — Typing 

North Junior High 1, 2; Jr. Dramatic Club 
3; Sr. Marshall 3, 



Maude Shore 

General Course 
Ambition — To Be A Missionary 
Favorite Study — History 
South Junior High 1, 2; Cashier 3. 



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Ruth Mae Sink 

General Course 
Ambition— To Be A Private Secretary 
Favorite Study — English 
South Junior High 1; Senior Marshall 3. 



Elizabeth Anettia Smith 

Modern Language Course 

Ambition— To Be Another Florence 

Nightingale 

Favorite Study — Science 

North Junior High 1, 2; Etiquette Club 3; 
Jr. Dramatic Club 3; Glee Club 3; Travel 
Club 3; G.A.A. 3, 4; Girls Wide, Awake 
Club 2. 



Camilla Sprinkle 

Commercial Course 

Ambition — To Go Places and Do Things 

Favorite Study — Office Practice 

South Junior High 1. 2; Girls Etiquette 
Club 3; Girls Wide Awake Club 3. 



John H. Thompson, Jr. 

General Course 

Ambition — To Be A Textile Chemist 

Favorite Study — Commercial Law 

North Junior High 1; Band 3; Hi-Y Club 
4; Treas. of Class 4; State Music Contest 
3; House of Rep. 4. 



Clark Totherow 

Scientific Course 

Ambition— To Be A Chemical Engineer 

Favorite Study — History 

North Junior High 1: Jr. Dramatic Club 2. 
3: Travel Club 2; Cashier 2. 



Margaret Tucker 

Household Arts Course 

Ambition — To Play The Piano Over The 

N. B. C. Network 

Favorite Study— Mathematics 

Advanced Music 2; 



Fresh. .Glee Club 1 
Boosters Club 2. 



Lawrence Vickers 

Scientific Course 

Ambition — To Go To School The Rest Of 

My Life 

Favorite Study — History 

Student Council 1; House of Rep. 2, 3; 
Pres. Class 1. 2; Fresh. Boosters Club Pres. 
1; Boosters Club Pres. 4; Class Historian. 



Lois Walker 

Commercial Course 

Ambition— To Work In An Office 

Favorite Study — Shorthand 

Dramatic Club 1, 2, 3; Etiquette Club 3; 

Girls Glee Club 3; Girl Reserve Club 3. 

4; Cashiers Club 3; Boosters Club 2; Girls 
Wide Awake Club 2, 3. 










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Margaret West 



Commercial Course 
Ambition— To Be A Stenographer 
Favorite Study — Typing 
North Junior High 1, 2. 



Eloise Whiteheart 

General Course 

Ambition— To Sing Over N. B. C. Network 

Favorite Study — Music 

Fresh. Glee Club 1; Advanced Music 
Course 2; Glee Club 3; State Music Con- 
test 3; Boosters Club 2. 



Elizabeth Mac Widdifield 

Commercial Course 

Ambition— To Be A Private Secretary 

Favorite Study — French 

North Junior High 1, 2; Jr. Dramatic Club 
3; Boosters Club 3; Class Testator. 



Julia Williams 

Commercial Course 

Ambition— To Be A Bookkeeper 

Favorite Study — Bookkeeping 

1; Glee Club 2, 3; Dramatic 



Debater 
Club 3. 



Maude Wilson 

General Course 
Ambition— To Be A Secretary 
Favorite Study — Typing 
South Junior High 1. 2; Hobby Club 3. 



Jack Workman 

Commercial Course 
Ambition — To Be A Confident Or Travel- 
ing Secretary Of Some Large, Reliable 

Firm 
Favorite Study— Study Of Vocabulary 
Jr. Dramatic Club 3; Boosters Club 3. 



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POEM OF JANUARY CLASS OF 1935 

Lois Walker, Poet 



A SALUTE TO CAROLINA 

Carolina, we salute you for your deeds of yore; 

For your gallant sons and daughters who have gone before; 
For your mountainsides and seashore with the purest race. 

Carolina, we salute you— nature's favored place! 
Foes there be within your borders who would stamp out youth; 

Who have muddied your pure waters, damming up the truth. 
They would crush traditions sacred, and our hearts harass; 

But we pledge you, Carolina, that "they shall not pass!'' 
The lowered torch shall in our lifted hands rise higher; 

Generations yet unborn reach their hearts' desire. 
We shall not rest till every eye in childhood's day is bright, 

And Carolina's waters are purified in light. 
Carolina, we salute you for the days to be; 

For the era that will herald "My Country 'Tis of Thee "! 
We, 1 your sons and daughters, our allegiance pledge anew, 

To God and Carolina we will evermore be true! 



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HISTORY OF JANUARY CLASS. 1935 

Lawrence Vickers, Historian 



Now the History of the Class of Five 
and Thirty, of the Richard Joshua Rey- 
nolds High School of the City of Win- 
ston-Salem, County of Forsyth, State of 
North Carolina, is in this wise: 

In the beginning, in the one and thirt- 
ieth year of our Lord, in this first month, 
there entered into this Land of Learning 
one-hundred twenty seekers of knowled- 
ge. Some came from the West, some 
from the East, some from the North, and 
some from the South. From the four 
corners of the city did they come, where 
they had been busily engaged in storing 
their minds with the honey of wisdom. 
Most were green and fresh, and a few 
were from the halls of instructions. 

As they did enter this land, they were 
received with wild welcomings and re- 
joicings by those who it was decreed 
should henceforth lead them up slippery 
by-ways of knowledge. 

Likewise they were received with 
malicious glee by a band of vampires 
called "Sophomores", who with their 
fierce taste for freshman blood did pounce 
upon them daily, and did cause them to 
suffer great things. 

And as their trials and tribulations did 
increase, they saw just cause to choose a 
brave leader, Lonnie Vickers, to deliver 
them from their oppression. And after 
some months, all eyes were turned toward 
attaining the heights of the Sophomore 
Class. The Weak were afraid, and the 
Strong were mighty in their efforts. 

Now at the beginning of the sopho- 
more year a new band of youths did 
come up from the four corners of the 
City, and the Class of Five and Thirty, 
in the new dignity of their promotion, 
remembered the days of their own green- 
ness, and inflicted great trials upon them. 
At the beginning of the second year, it 
being the custom to choose one of the 
mighty and wise to guide them, the Class 
of Five and Thirty did choose Miss Mar- 
garet Bailey as sponsor. Being full of 



wisdom and knowledge, she spake unto 
them saying: "Organize yourselves into a 
class, that you may gain in strength." 
She spake, and it was done, and they 
chose another, one Anthony Disher, for 
President of the Class of Five and Thirty. 
And as the Class did journey through the 
land, behold they overtook fair maidens 
and stalwart youths who had strayed 
from their classes, with which they had 
set forth. Seeing their great loneliness 
and sorrow, the Class of Five and Thirty 
did look upon them with pity and gather- 
ed them in. Thus ended the second year. 

At the beginning of the third year the 
Class of Five and Thirty did gird on 
their swords of courage and did put forth 
bigger efforts than ever to go on and win 
a seat in the favored Senior Class. But 
lo and behold, a strange infirmity did 
seize a certain E. W. Dease, a member 
of this class, which did cause him to act 
with much fierceness and strangeness of 
manner. Wise men and doctors from 
far lands were called to look upon him, 
and one pronounced it "Football", anoth- 
er "Basketball", and another, "Baseball", 
and all did assure the frightened leaders 
and members of the malady, while it 
needs must be contagious and likewise 
sometimes fatal, was yet a necessary evil; 
not one of them knew the cure. 

So with many anxious fears and dire 
foreboding, did the members allow the 
disease to run its natural course, and lo, 
said E. W. Dease was neither killed nor 
seriously injured, whereas there was great 
rejoicing. 

And it came to pass, at the end of the 
third year Mr. John Watson Moore, the 
principal, who had thus far traveled in 
their lead, was called to fill the highest 
place in this system of education, and did 
go. There was much grief and sorrow 
for this loss. Now it so happened that 
there dwelt in our midst a man of much 

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SUPERLATIVES OF JANUARY CLASS 



MOST ATHLETIC 

Grace Davis 

E. W. Dease 

MOST INTELLECTUAL 

Opal Hall 

P. B. Grubbs 



BEST-ALL-ROUND 
MOST POPULAR 
Margaret Clodfelter 
Lawrence Vicker§ 



BEST LOOKING 

Madge Burton 

E. W. Dease 

BIGGEST FLIRT 

Mildred Barbee 

Carl Beck 



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PROPHECY OF JANUARY CLASS OF 1935 

Hubert Couch and James Cohn, Prophets 



Scene: A fortune teller's booth. 

A representative of the January Class 
of 1935 knocks and enters the booth of 
the fortune teller. 

Fortune Teller: Enter, I pray, who- 
ever thou art. What seekest thou? Thy 
need impart! 

Representative: Solemn and wise pro- 
phet, guardian of the unseen things to be, 
the January Class of 1935 of the R. J. R. 
High School is about to pass forever out 
of school life into life's school. Roll back 
the curtain of the future, I beseech thee, 
and prophesy unto me, as their represent- 
ative, what the future of each of the fair 
young women and brave young men is to 
be. I am told that by mere contact with 
the personal belongings of individuals thou 
art able to read the future and accurately 
foretell coming events. Look into the 
years to come and relieve our anxious 
hearts of the worry that weighs them 
down because we cannot guess what is 
in store for us. 

Fortune Teller: Thou art brave in- 
deed to dare to look down the vista of 
things to be.' But as thou hast spoken — 
as thou hast dared to tempt the gods by 
thus challenging their revelations of thy- 
self and thy classmates, — listen, and it 
shall be prophesied unto thee, even as 
thou has said, and by these will I reveal 
unto thee the fortune of those from whom 
they have come. (Takes first handker- 
chief, a silk one, — holds it to the forehead 
a second) Ah! thirty, forty years hence, I 
see a banking institution, the president, 
riding in his aeroplane, counting out his 
money, wearing his diamonds — who is it? 
His name? O yes, I see now, Baine Coe, 
and his assistants, W. H. Leonard, Leslie 
Payne, George Clodfelter, Clyde Will- 
iard, and Joseph Barbee, who learned that 
one can't work in a bank and take home 
samples. 

(Takes second handkerchief, a lace 
one) Ah, the dainty lady of society, en- 
vied and flattered by all, the queen of 



every gathering, the belle of every ball — ■ 
Evelyn Newton. 

(Takes third, a white cotton, with holes 
in it) Now I feel so strong, so brave 
so bold! A woman of strong mind, 
strong will, and stronger temper, a lec- 
turer on a strong subject, — an old maid 
demonstrating her independence of man. 
Her name escapes me — wait — oh, yes! It 
is Mildred Barbee. 

(Fourth, a red bandanna) A strong 
breeze and a whiff of far-off prairies. 
A girl of the plains — a pioneer of dis- 
tant wilderness and vastness — riding bare 
backed over the broad open spaces — 
Flora Buchanan. 

(Fifth, large fine linen) A school of 
learning and a noble professor before his 
class. It is the R. J. R. High School. 
Why, what is that they call him? Pro- 
fessor Earl Robertson. On the personnel 
of his faculty I see Carl Beck, head of the 
Commercial Department; Mary Alice 
Burns, head of the Math. Department; 
Alvis Patterson, head of the English De- 
partment; and Madge Burton, head of 
the Latin Department. 

(Sixth, black bordered) Ah! I feel like 
crying. I must cry — I must — this wom- 
an's grief overwhelms me. Surely it is 
some lonely widow, mourning her hus- 
band. No, not so. I see nothing like 
that! Only a fair bride weeping the loss 
of her pet poodle. Who is the bride? 
Kathleen Anderson, and the groom, the 
henpecked E. W. Dease. 

(Seventh, large blue bordered) Hear 
the news boy running down the street! 
What does he say? Listen! I catch it 
now. Extra! Extra! All about the big 
battle! Cuban revolution led by Senor 
Abalardo Garces Capote, for the pur- 
pose of installing his uncle as president 
of the island. Under the royal palms 
which sedately sway under Cuban stars, 
fringing the moon-kissed beach, unmind- 
ful of the revolution are Ruth Lee Adams, 
(Continued, page 146) 



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LAST WILL AND TESTAMENT OF JANUARY CLASS 

Elizabeth Widdifield, Testator 



We, the members of the mid-year grad- 
uating class of '35, being in accordance 
with the laws of the state, of fairly sound 
mind and memory (that is, all except Carl 
Beck, Esquire) do hereby give and be- 
queath all our worldly goods and posses- 
sions, without having accepted bribes 
from anyone or in the least being influenc- 
ed by partiality. 

ARTICLE I 
Item I. To the faculty, who has become 
distinguished by guiding us through 
High School in such a short time as 
four years, we wish to express our deep 
gratitude and to bequeath any talents 
found in the personnel of our class^ — in- 
cluding our bluffers and chewing gum 
fiends — in the hope that they may find 
them invaluable in dealing with future 
classes. 
Item II. Again, we give and bequeath to 
our beloved faculty all the amazing 
knowledge and startling information 
that we have furnished them for the 
past year in our examination papers. 
We know that much which we have 
imparted to them in this way must have 
been entirely new to them, as well as 
to all students and teachers everywhere, 
and would throw much new light on 
many a hitherto familiar line of thought, 
throughout the whole world of science 
and learning. If the faculty see fit, 
they are hereby authorized to give out 
such of this information as the world is 
ready to receive. We trust they will 
feel also at perfect liberty to make use 
of all such bits of wisdom and enlight- 
enment for the education of the classes 
to come after us. This, of course, is 
left entirely to their personal discretion. 
ARTICLE II 
Item I. To the Juniors, we leave the 
many Senior privileges, in the hope that 
they may cherish them as conscienti- 
ously as we have. 
Item II. To the Freshmen, we leave our 
self-control, in the hope that it may be 



of use to them when being shoved, ad- 
vised, or warned by upperclassmen. 

ARTICLE III 
The individual bequests are as follows: 

Item I. To William Singletary, Earl 
Robertson leaves his delightfully pleas- 
ant laugh— it is known to have vexed 
many an ear-drum. 

Item II. Mildred Barbee bequeaths her 
flirting ability to Alice Rose. 

Item III. Kathleen Anderson wishes to 
leave to Jessie Futrell her senior dignity 
(Any information as to the wherea- 
bouts of said bequeathal will be appre- 
ciated. ) 

Item IV. To Elizabeth Carroll and Bill 
Brunt, Margaret Clodfelter and Law- 
rence Vickers leave their popularity. 

Item V. Ellen McLain leaves her abil- 
ty to hold her tongue and her shy mod- 
est manner to Edna Earl Clinard. 

Item VI. To Dorothy McCuiston, Mad- 
ge Burton leaves her charming beauty. 

Item VII. To M. G. Brown, Carl Beck 
leaves his excess 1 height. 

Item VIII. Ruth Lee Adams leaves her 
place among superlatives as "Most Dig- 
nified" to Laura Crim. 

Item IX. To Paul Morris, that hand- 
some little junior, Wade Grubbs leaves 
his neat little misplaced eye-brow. 

Item X. Opal Hall wills her intellectua- 
lity to Price Cornelius, so that Price 
may sit on the stage at graduation ex- 
ercises before many more years have 
slipped by. 
We do hereby appoint Miss Annie 

Preston Heilig, who has been our class 

sponsor, executrix of this, our Last Will 

and Testament. 

In Witness whereof, we do hereonto 

set our hand and seals, this eleventh day 

of January, 1935. 

Elizabeth Widdifield 

Witnesses: Testator 

Gladys Lynch 
Opal Hall 
Christine Carroll 



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SUPER DISTINCTIONS OF THE JANUARY CLASS 



SHORTEST 

Pauline Morris 
Carl Beck 

MOST VERTICAL 
Frances Shermer 
Howard Johnson 



DUMBEST 

Kathleen Anderson 

Robert Simmons 

MOST LOQUACIOUS 
Maude Wilson 
Earl Roberson 



WITTIEST 

Mayme Dowell 

James Cohn 

JOLLIEST 
Mildred Barbee 
Lonnie Vickers 



BIGGEST FEET 

Kathleen Anderson 

Howard Johnson 



BIGGEST EATERS 

Grace Davis 
Gorrel Bodenheimer 



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MAY CLASS OFFICERS 

Charles Wood President Warren Spear Historian 

William G. Miller Vice President Ray Williams Prophet 

Nancy Dixon Secretary Avenelle Gray Poet 

Dick Myers Treasurer Andrew Sutton Testator 

Jean Brimley Mascot 

Miss Ruth Ford Adviser 



Colors: Blue and White 



Flower: Rose Buds 



Motto: "Weak men wait for opportuni- 
ties, strong men make them." 



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S. T. Adkins 

Commercial Course 

Ambition — To Be A Chemical Engineer 

Favorite Study — Mechanical Drawing 

Dora Alexander 

Latin Course 

Ambition— To Go To College 

Favorite Study — American History 

Class Soccer 1, 2; Class Hockey 1, 2; 
Class Basketball 1: Class Tennis 2; Nature 
Lovers Club 1; Jr. Dramatic Club 1; Girls 
Etiquette Club 2; Debater 2; Stunt Night 
2; Hobby Club 1. 



Jack Alexander 

Scientific Course 

Ambition — To Be A Doctor 

Favorite Study — History 

Jr. Hi-Y 1, 2; Hi-Y 3, 4; Radio Club 2 
Varsity Soccer; Class Soccer; Class Tennis 
Class Basketball; Cast "Green Stockings" 
Boosters Club 1. 2; Stamp Club. 



Mae Allen 

Commercial Course 
Ambition— To Be A Nurse 
Favorite Study— English 
Junior High 1, 2. 



South 



Patsy Allen 



Household Arts Course 

Ambition— To Graduate From Duke's 

Schoot of Nursing And To Get A B. S. 

Degree From Duke University 

Favorite Study— Latin 

Nat'l Hon. Soc. 4; Travel Club 2; House 
of Rep. 2, 3; Metric Science Club 2; 
Girls Wide Awake Club 2; Library Staff 4. 



Willie Angel 

General Course 
Ambition — To Be Able To Play The Piano 

Favorite Study— History 
Varsity Baseball; House of Rep. 

Ethel Mae Angelo 

Latin Course 

Ambition — To Talk As Fast As Ted 

Husing 

Favorite Study — Journalism 

Pine Whispers Ed. -in-Chief 4; Associate 
Ed. 3; Black and Gold Administration Ed. 
2; Associate Ed. 4; Business Staff 3; 
Nat'l Hon. Soc. 4; Cheerleader 4: Quill 
and Scroll 3, 4; Senior Marshall 3: Var- 
sity Hockey 2; W. S. Monogram 2; Soccer 
1. 2; Class Basketball 1. 2; Cap't 2: Wash- 
ington Bi-centennial Pageant 1; Hobby Club 
Pres. 2; Etiquette Club 2; Jr. Dramatic 
Club 2; Class Hockey 1; G.A.A. 1. 2; De- 
legate to S.I. P. A. 4; Monogram Club 3. 4. 



Violet M. Atkins 

General Course 
Ambition— To Be A Stenographer 
Favorite Study — Typing 
Dramatics: Boosters Club. 



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Alma Austin 

General Course 

Ambition— To Be A Composer Of Music 

Favorite Study — History 

Jr. Dramatic Club I: Junior Girl Re- 
serves 2; Music 1, 2. 3, 4; Fresh. Basket- 
ball Team; Soph. Soccer Team. 



Luther Bagnal 



General Course 

Ambition— To Be A Great Chemist 

Favorite Study — History 

Debaters Club 1; Boosters Club 1; Scout- 
ing Club 2; Vice Pres. Class 2; Travel 
Club 1. 



William Frazier Baldwin 

Scientific Course 

Ambition — To Be A Graduate From West 

Point 

Favorite Study — History 

Boosters Club 1. 2; Radio Club 1, 2: Trcas. 
2; Midget Football 1: Track 2; Class Bas- 
ketball 1; Class Football 1; Class Soccer 1, 
2; Class Tennis 1 , 2. 



Columbus A. Ball 

Commercial Course 

Ambition — To Be A Private Secretary 

Favorite Study — Commercial Law 

North Junior High 1, 2; House of Rep. 4. 



Mildred Louise Barbee 

General Course 
Ambition — To Enjoy Life 
Favorite Study — English 

Class Hockey 1; Varsity Hockey 2; Class 
Tennis 1; Class Basketball 2: G. A. A. 
1, 2; Etiquette Club 2; Boosters 1; Girls 
Met. Sci. Club 1, 2; House of Rep. 2; 
Class Soccer 2. 



Helen Barnes 

Commercial Course 

Ambition — To Be A Stenographer 

Favorite Study — Shorthand 

North Junior High 1; Girls Wide Awake 
Club 2; Nature Lovers Club 2. 



Glenn Bass 

General Course 

Ambition— To Have Big Times 

Favorite Study— Woodwork 



Cleo Elizabeth Bateman 

Commercial Course 

Ambition — To Be A Bookkeeper 

Favorite Study— Typing 




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Helen Bates 

Latin Course 

Ambition — To Be An Old Maid School 

Teacher 

Favorite Study— Art 

Greensboro High 1, 2. 



Geraldine Baynes 

Latin Course 

Ambition — To Be A Nurse 

Favorite Study — Latin 

South Junior High 1: Dramatic Club 2: 
Etiquette Club 2; Sec. Class 3; Nat'l Hon. 
Soc. 4. 



Catherine Beck 

Latin Course 
Ambition — To Travel 
Favorite Study — Latin 

South Junior High 1; Hobby Club 2: Dra- 
matic Club 2; Class Soccer, 2: Class Bas- 
ketball 2; Class Hockey 2. 



Selma Berlin 

General Course 
Ambition— To Be A Princess 
Favorite Study — Typewriting 

Girls Wide Awake Club 1. 2: Etiquette 
Club 2: Girl Reserves Club Pres. 1. 2, 3: 
Class Soccer 1. 2; Class Basketball 2; Pine 
Whispers Typist 4; Black and Gold Ty- 
pist 4. 



Ted Bodenheimer 

General Course 

Ambition— To Become A Singer 

Favorite Study^ — Music 



Harold C. Boger 

General Course 
Ambition — To Be A Great Doctor 
Favorite Study— Science' 
North Junior High 1, 2. 



Erie Deulin Booze 

Commercial Course 

Ambition — To Be A Soloist 

Favorite Study — Commercial Law 

Boosters Club 1, 2; Etiquette Club 1, 
Glee Club 2, 3. 



Margaret Bostic 

Home Economics Course 

Ambition — To Be A Nurse 

Favorite Study — Home Economics 

Girls Wide Awake Club 1, 2; Etiquette 
Club 2. 



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Frances Boyer 



General Course 

Ambition — To Go To Texas 

Favorite Study — Commercial Law 

Boosters Club 1, 2; Jr. Dramatic Club 1 ; 
Pine Whispers Staff 2, 3; Associate Ed. 
3; Student Y Club 3. 



Peggy Bowen 

Latin Course 

Ambition — To Travel 

Favorite Study — Biology 

Cast "George Washington Play" 2; Jr. 
Dramatic Club 1, 2; Boosters Club 1, 2; 
Varsity Hockey 2; Class Soccer 2; Jr. 
Varsity Basketball 2. 3, 4; Class Basket- 
ball 1. 2; Class Hockey 1. 2; Varsity 
Swimming I; G.A.A. 1, 2; Hiking Mgr. 
1, 2; Treas. Class 2; Vice Pres. Hobby 
Club 2; Library Pages Pres. 1; Class Tennis 
2; Athletic Council 2; Declamation Con- 
test 3; Debaters 3; Marshall for Council 
Conference 3; Girls Monogram Club 3, 
4; State Music Contest 3; N. C. State 
Monogram 3; W. S. Monogram; Student 
Council 4; Chief Sr. Marshall 3; Pine 
Whispers Business Staff 3, 4; Cheerleader 
4; Delegate To Council Congress 4; Miss 
Versatility 4. 



Frances Anita Braswell 

General Course 
Ambition — To Travel 
Favorite Study — English 
North Junior High 1, 2. 

Virginia Bratton 

General Course 
Ambition — To Be An Accountant 
Favorite Study — Geometry 
Central High, Charlotte 1, 2, 3. 



Herman B. Bray 

General Course 

Ambition — To Be A Senator Different From 

Huey P. Long 

Favorite Study — History 

North Wilksboro High 1; Kernersville High 
2: Hobby Club 3; Basketball Mgr. 3; Gym 
Service 3; Monogram Club 3. 4, 5; Cheer 
Leader 5. 



J. C. Brinegar 

General Course 
Ambition — To Be A First Class Printer 

1 Favorite Study — Printing 
South Junior High 1. 

Frances Daphine Brinkley 

Latin Course 
Ambition — To Travel 
Favorite Study— Latin 
South Junior High 1; Boosters Club 2. 

Edgar Britt 

Scientific Course 

Ambition — To Be A Lawyer 

Favorite Study — History 

Hi-Y 3. 4; Met. Sci. Club 1. 2. 3; Scrub 
Football 1. 2; Scrub Basketball 1. 2. 




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Thomas Brookbank 

General Course 
Ambition — To Go To College 
Favorite Study — History 
boosters Club 1 . 



Robert Davis Brown 

Scientific Course 

Ambition — To Be A Rip Van Winkle 

Favorite Study — Science 

House of Rep. 1. 2; Debaters Clpb Pres. 1 
Sec. 1; Cashier 1. 2, 3; Junior Hi-Y 1, 2 
Jr. Dramatic Club 2;' Scub Football 2, 3 
Hi-Y 3. 4. 



M. G. Brown, Jr. 

Scientific Course 

Ambition — To Learn To Play Basketball 

Favorite Study — Sharp Broads 

House of Rep. 1; Boosters Club 1: Student 
Council 2; Tennis I. 2, 3; Varsity Tennis 
4, 5; Basketball 2, 3; Varsitv Basket- 
ball 4, 5; Cashiers Club 2, 3: Cheerleader 
4, 5; Hi-Y 5; N. C. Club 3: Aero. Club 
2. 3; Stamp Club 2, 3; Ushers Club 4, 5: 
Nat'l Hon. Soc. 4, 5; Rotary 1 Delegate 4; 
Black and Gold Associate Ed. 5; Pine 
Whispers Sport Ed. 5; Quill and Scroll 5. 



Ruth Brown 

General Course 

Ambition — To Work In Kress 

Favorite Study — History 

North Junior High I, 2; Senior Marshall 3. 



Milton Browning 

General Course 
Ambition— To Be A Good Printer 
Favorite Study— Printing 
Printers Club 4. 



Francis O. Bryant 

General Course 

Ambition — To Be A Big Shot 

Favorite Study — History Under Miss 

Weaver 

Aero. Club 1; Track 2, 3, 4, 5; Boosters 
Club 5. 



T. Kenneth Bryant 

General Course 
Ambition — To Be A Singer 
Favorite Subject' — Music 
Glee Club 1. 2. 



John Bullard 

Commercial Course 
Ambition — To Be A Traveling Salesma 

Favorite Study — Commercial haw 
South Junior High 1. 



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Joyr 



^ner Burns 

General Course 
Ambition — To Look Between My Legs And 
See Things Right Side Up 
Favorite Study— English 
Aero. Club Pres. 1; Travel Club Pres. 
3; Boosters Club 2. 3, 4; Vice Pres. 4; 
Monogram Club 2, 3. 4; Varsity Soccer 
2. 3. 4; Varsity Tennis 2. 3. 4; Varsity 
Basketball 3. 4; Cashiers Club 3. 4; Cast 
of Winston-Hi-Revue 3; Cast "Streets 
of New York" 3; Dramatic Club 3. 4; 
House of Rep. 2. 3. ' 

Maude Anna Butner 

Modern Language Course 

Ambition — To Go To College 

Favorite Study — Latin 

North Junior High 1, 2: Nat'l Hon. Soc. 4. 

Helen Campbell 

General Course 

Ambition— To Be A Stenographer 

Favorite Study — Typing 

Boosters Club 1, 2: House of Rep. 1; 

)r. Dramatic Club 1. 2. 3; G. A. A. 

1, 2, 3. 4; Etiquette Club 2. 



Lucien Capehart 

Scientific Course 
Ambition — To Be An Electrical Engineer 

Favorite Study — History 
Aero. Club 2; Dramatic Club 2; Boosters 
Club 2. 



Marie Carter 

Commercial Course 

Ambition — To Be A Stenographer 

Favorite Study— Typewriting 

North Junior High 1; Girls Wide Awake 

Club 2. 



Hugh' P. Cash, Jr. 

Latin Course 
Ambition— To Be A Civil Engineer 
Favorite Study — History 
Pres. Student Body 4: South Junior High 
1; Jr. Hi-Y 2; Hi-Y 3. 4; Midget Football 
2; Midget Baseball 2; Radio Club 2: Dra- 
matic Club 2; Student Council 3; Rotary 
Delegate 3; Cast "Finders Keepers" 3; 
Winner Rotary Oratorical Contest 3; Cast 
"A Girl To Order" 3; State Music Con- 
test 3; Winner of Individual Acting Dra- 
matic Night 3; Ushers Club 4; Official 
Delegate State Student Council Confer- 
ence 4. 



Mark Cauble, Jr. 

Scientific Course 

Ambition — To Be A Success In My Chosen 

Field 

Favorite Study — Algebra 

North Fulton High. Atlanta, Ga. 1, 2, 3; 
Hi-Y 4. 



Lena Chamberlain 

General Course 

Ambition— To Be A Home Economics 

Teacher 

Favorite Study — Home Economics 

South Junior High 1. 2; Girls Wide Awake 
Club; Dramatic Club; Girl Reserves Club 2. 




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Crafton Chambers 

Scientific Course 
Ambition— To Be An Ex-President Of 

u. s. 

Favorite Study — Mathematics 
Aero. Club 1, 2; Radio Club I. 



Ruby Chappie 

Commercial Course 
Ambition — To Be A Stenographer 
Favorite Study — Shorthand 
Girl Reserves Club 3; Soccer 1. 



Virginia Click 

Commercial Course 

Ambition — To Be A Beauty Operator 

Favorite Study — Typewriting 

North Junior High 1; Girl Reserves Club 
2. 3; Etiquette Club 2; Glee Club 2; State 
Music Contest 2; Girls Wide Awake Club 
2; Hobby Club 2; Library Page 2. 3; Stunt 
Night 2; Mixed Chorus 2. 3. 



J. M. Clinard 

General Course 

Ambition — To Go Places 

Favorite Study — American History 



Irvin Cobb 

General Course 

Ambition — None 

Favorite Study — History 



L. H. Conrad! 

Industrial Arts Course 
Ambition— To Graduate From High School 

Favorite Study — Mechanical Drawing 
Cashiers Club 1. 



Clyde Copple 

General Course 
Ambition — To Clerk In A Grocery Store 

Favorite Study — Mathematics 
South Junior High 1, 2; Cashier. 



Bessie Price Cornelius 

General Course 

Ambition — To Be A Football Player 

Favorite Study— History 

Class Tennis 1, 2; Boosters Club 2; Eti- 
quette Club 2. 3; Girls Wide Awake Club 
1, 2; Fresh. Basketball; Fresh. Baseball. 



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Robert M. Cox 

Latin Course 

Ambition — To Be A Success 

Favorite Study — History 

Debaters 1, 2; Black and Gold Bus. Staff 
4: Dramatic Club 1. 2; Library Club 1; 
Hi-Y 4. 



Wilburn Cranfill 

Industrial Arts Course 
Ambition— To Be A Printer 
Favorite Study— Printing 
Aviation 1. 2; Printing 1, 2. 



Clyde Craven, Jr. 

Latin Course 

Ambition— To Be At The Top 

Favorite Study — Trigonometry 

Jr. Dramatic Club 1. 2; International Re- 
lations Club 2; Met. Sci. 3. 



Annie Bell Craver 

General Course 

Ambition— To Get Married 

Favorite Study — Bookkeeping 

North Junior High 1, 2; Library Page; 
Boosters Club; Dramatic Club; Library 
Club. 



Curtis Raymond Craver, Jr. 

Commercial Course 

Ambition— To Play In Symphony 

Favorite Study — Music 

State High School Music Contest, Clar- 
inet Solo 1st Place 1. 3; Clarinet Solo 
2nd Place 2; State Federation of Music 
Clarinet Solo 1st Place 4; Band 1. 2, 3, 4; 
Orchestra 1, 2; "Swords and Scissors" 
Operatta; Ushers Club 4. 



Laura Clifford Crim 

General Course 

Ambition — To Get Out 

Favorite Study — Chemistry 

Debaters Club 1. 2; Dramatic Club 1. 2, 3. 
4. 5; Boosters Club 4; Pres. Class 3; Cheer- 
leader 3; Hockey 2. 3; Basketball 4. 5; 
Swimming 1, 2, 3; Cast "Circus Phantom" 
3: Cast "Winston Hi Revue" 3; May Day 
2, 3; Track 2. 



Sterlin Leon Davis 

General Course 

Ambition — To Travel 

Favorite Study — Typing 



Lucy Neal Davis 

Modern Language Course 
Ambition — To Marry A Doctor 
Favorite Study — Mathematics 

Boosters Club Sec. 2; Fresh. Hockey Mgr. 
1; Fresh. Basketball Mgr. 1; Swimming 1; 
Cashiers Club 2, 3; Senior Marshall 3; G. 
A. A. 1, 2; House of Rep. 1. 




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Sue Carolyn Davis 

General Course 
Ambition — To Be A Nurse 
Favorite Study — Occupations 

South Junior High 1. 2; Cashiers Club 3; 
Glee Club 3; Etiquette Club Vice Pres. 3; 
Senior Marshall 3. 



William A. Diehl 

Latin Course 

Ambition—To Be An Aviator 

Favorite Study — Latin 

House of Rep. 1, 2. 3; Met. Sci. Club 3: 
Nat'l Hon. Soc. 4; Cast George Wash- 
ington! Pageant 1; Rotary Delegate 3. 



Martha Mae Dillard 

Commercial Course 

Ambition — To Be A Bookkeeper 

Favorite Study — Bookkeeping 

North Junior High 1. 2; Nat'l Hon. Soc. 4. 



H. T. Dillon 

General Course 
Ambition — To Be A Bachelor 
Favorite Study — Lunch 
South Junior High 1, 2. 



Conard Dishcr 

General Course 

Ambition — To Travel 

Favorite Study — History Under Miss 

Weaver 

State High School Music Contest, 1, 2. 3. 
4; Orchestra 1, 2; Band 1. 2, 3, 4. 



Mike Disher 

Latin Course 

Ambition — To Become A Lawyer 

Favorite Study — Law 

Boosters Club 1, 2, 3; Dramatics Club 1. 
2, 3; Band 1, 2, 3. 4; Pres. 4; Pres. Class 
1. 3. 



Nancy E. Dixon 

Modern Language Course 

Ambition — To Live In Rocky Mount, N. C. 

Favorite Study— Mathematics 

Boosters Club 1 , 2; Stunt Night 2. 3: 
Senior Marshall 3; Sec. Class 4; Black 
and Gold Business Staff 4; Glee Club 1. 



Alice Roxie Donevant 

General Course 

Ambition — To Play A Piano 

Favorite Study — English 

Boosters Club 2; Dramatic Club 1; Class 
Basketball 1, 2; Class Baseball 1, 2. 



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Frances Dority 

Commercial Course 

Ambition— To Be A Social Worker 

Favorite Study — Bookkeeping 

North Junior High I. 2; Debaters Club 4; 
Girl Reserve Club 4. 



Wallace Dunn 

Scientific Course 

Ambition — To Have A Million Dollars 

Favorite Study — Latin 

Jr. Hi-Y 2; Hi-Y 4: Radio Club 2; Cash- 
ier 2, 3. 



Robert Dunnagan 

Scientific Course 

Ambition — To Be Anything Worthwhile 

Favorite Study — History 

Soccer I, 2; Boosters Club 1; Stamp Club 
2; Scout Club 2; Orchestra 1, 2; Jr. Dra- 
matic Club 2, 3; Cashiers Club 3. 



Dorothy E. Ebert 

General Course 
Ambition — To Be A Success 
Favorite Study— Mathematics 

South Junior High 1; Boosters 1, 2; Girls 
Wide Awake Club 1, 2. 



Seymour Eisenberg 

Scientific Course 
Ambition— To Be An All-American Tiddly- 
Wink Player 
Favorite Study — Luncli 

Tennis 1, 2; Basketball 1, 2; Midget Foot- 
ball 1. 2. 



Henry Elam 

Scientific Course 
Ambition— To Become A Football Player 

Favorite Study — Algebra 
North Junior High 1, 2. 



Leota Lucitta Ellis 

General Course 

Ambition— To Become A Doctor 

Favorite Study— Typing 

South Junior High I, 2; Glee Club 
Senior Marshall 3. 



Ernest Enscore 

Industrial Arts Course 

Ambition— To Be An Aviator 

Favorite Study— History 

Art Club 1; Birds Club 3; Travel Club 2 
3; Athletic Club 2. 




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Rodman Eubanks 

General Course 

Ambition — To Become A First Class 

Salesman 

Favorite Study— Woodwork 



Zelphia Evans 

General Course 
Ambition— To Be A Nurse 
Favorite Study — Occupations 

South Junior High I; Girls Wide Awake 
Club 3; Glee Club 3. 



John D. Everhart 

General Course 

Ambition — To Be A Good Speaker 

Favorite Study — Latin 

South Junior High 1, 2; Salesmanship Club; 
Glee Club. 



Martha Elizabeth Everhart 

Commercial Course 
Ambition— To Be A Stenographer 
Favorite Study — Commercial Law 
South Junior High 1, 2. 



Annie D. Fansler 

Commercial Course 

Ambition — To Reach The Highest Goal 

Favorite Study' — Commercial Law 

Girls Wide Awake Club 1: Library Page 
Etiquette Club 2; House of Rep. 



1 
Debating 



Club 
Club 4. 



Victor E. Ferlazzo 

General Course 

Ambition — To Become An Aero Engineer 

Favorite Study — Mathematics 

Greensboro High School I; Moury High 
School 2. 



Grover Fields 

General Course 
nbition — To Amount To Something 
Favorite Study — Biology 



Elizabeth Fishel 

Latin Course 
Ambition — To Travel 
Favorite Study — Latin 
South Junior High 1. 



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Paul Fishel 

General Course 

Ambition — To Become An Electrician 

Favorite Study— History 



Richard E. Fitzgerald 

Scientific Course 

Ambition — To Learn Knitting 

Favorite Study — Driving 

Fresh. Soccer 1; Soccer 2; Class Soccer 
I. 2; Boosters Club 1. 2. 



Beulah Flynn 

Commercial Course 
Ambition— To Travel 
Favorite Study — Music 
North Junior High 1, 2. 



Celeste Flynt 

Modern Language Course 

Ambition— To Be A Dress Designer 

Favorite Study— Typing 

Boosters Club I; Dramatic Club 2, 3; Hoc- 
key Team 1, 2; May Day 1. 



Virginia Maie Flynt 

Modern Language Course 
Ambition— To Travel 
Favorite Study— History 

Page Club 1. 2, 3; Pres. 2; Nature Lovers 
Club 1. 2; Girls Scouts; Girl Reserves. 



Wilma Fogleman 

Commercial Course 

Ambition— To Be A Stenographer 

Favorite Study — Typing 

South Junior High; Senior Marshall; Spon- 
sor of Junior— Senior Dance 3; House of 
Rep. 



J. B. Forcum, Jr. 

General Course 
Ambition— To Become An Artist 
Favorite Study— Mechanical Drawing 
South Junior High. 



Howard Foster 

Scientific Course 
Ambition— To Finish High School 
Favorite Study — Algebra 
Scrub Baseball; Scrub Basketball. 




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William Foster 

General Course 
Ambition— To Be A Santa Claus 
Favorite Study— Commercial Law 



Charles Foy 

Scientific Course 

Ambition — To Go To' College 

Favorite Study — Chemistry 

Scrub Football 2, 3; Radio Club 2; Scout 
Club 2; Dramatic Club 2. 



Nora Vaughn Foy 

Modern Language Course 

Ambition- — To Go Toi College 

Favorite Study— History 

Class Hockey 1, 2; Class Soccer 1, 2; 
Class Basketbal' 1, 2; Varsity Basketball 
4; Dramatic Club 2; Etiquette Club 2: 
Monogram Club 3. 



Harry Froeber, Jr. 

Scientific Course 
Ambition — To Go Around The Wo 
Favorite Study — Physics 
Travel Club: N. C. Club. 



Jessie Futrell 

General Course 

Ambition— To Travel 

Favorite Study — Salesmanship 

Girls Wide Awake Club 2. 3; Dramatic 
Club 1; Glee Club 1,2; Girls Chorus 2, 3; 
Music Contest 2, 3; "Swords and Scissors 
Operetta" 2; Stunt Night 2. 



. Ralph Garner 

General Course 

Ambition — To Be A Salesman 

Favorite Study — History 



Helen Garvey 

Latin Course 

Ambition- — To Be An English Teacher 

Favorite Study — English 

Class Basketball 1. 2; Class Hockey 1. 2; 
Jr. Dramatic Club 1. 2; Hobby Club 2; Eti- 
quette Club 2; Junior-Senior Chorus 4. 



Era George 



Commercial Course 
Ambition- — To Be A Bookkeeper 
Favorite Study — Bookkeeping 
North Junior High I, 2. 



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Jack Gibson 



Scientific Course 

Ambition — To Be A Hobo 

Favorite Study— Solid Geometry 

Boosters Club 2; Radio Club 2; Nature 
Lovers Club: Dramatic Club 3: Stamp Coll- 
ectors Club. 



Marjorie Grant 

Commercial Course 
Ambition — To Be A Private Secretary 
Favorite Study — Shorthand 
Boosters Club 1; Etiquette Club 2. 



Avenelle Gray 



General Course 
Ambition — To Be A Librarian 
Favorite Study— Spanish 
South Junior High 1. 



William Griffin 

General Course 
Ambition— To Marry Mae West 
Favorite Study — Office Practice 
Travel Club 3. 4; Hobby Club 3, 4. 



John Miller Groce 

Scientific Course 

Ambition— To Be A Second Paul Revere 

Favorite Study— Study Hall 

Basketball 1. 2; Tennis 1. 2, 3; Class 
Football 2. 



W. Hughes Grogan 

General Course 

Ambition — To Graduate 

Favorite Study — Chemistry 

Boosters Club 3; Monogram Club 4, 5; 
House of Rep. 5; Sec. 5; Aero. Club 1, 2; 
Radio Club 1, 2; Football Mgr. 4; Drama- 
tic Club 3. 



Joseph C. Grogan 

General Course 

Ambition — To Be A Professional Golfer 

Favorite Study— History 



Edward B. Hampton 

Scientific Course 
Ambition — To Fly An Airplane 
Favorite Study — Trigonometry 
North Junior High 1. 2. 




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Bennie Foster Harrison, Jr. 

Scientific Course 

Ambition — To Win The National Amateur 

Golf Championship 

Favorite Study— A Good Time 

Aviation Club 2; Track 2, 3, 4; Golf 4, 5: 
Radio 3. 



Mary Kathryn Hartle 

General Course 
Ambition — It's A Secret 
Favorite Study-— History 

South Junior High 1, 2; Girls Wide Awake 
Club 3; Travel Club; Etiquette Club. 



Aaron Hathcock 

General Course 
Ambition — To Be A Movie Star 
Favorite Study — Public Speaking 
Fresh. Dramatics; Jr. Dramatics. 



Roy Hege 



Latin Course 

Ambition— To Be A Doctor 

Favorite Study — Chemistry 

Cashiers Club 1, 2, 3; Nat'l Hon. Soc. 4; 
Boosters Club 1; Scientific Research Club 
2; Dramatic Club 1, 2; Hi-Y 4. 



Charlsie Heritage 

General Course 
Ambition— To Be Happy 
Favorite Study— English 

Boosters Club 1, 2; Dramatic Club 1, 2; 
Etiquette Club. 



Mary Elizabeth Hcrion 

General Course 

Ambition — To Live In Washington D. C. 

Favorite Study — History Under Miss 

Weaver 

South Junior High 1; Jr. Dramatic Club 2; 
Girls Wide Awake Club 2; Tennis Team 
2; Pine Whispers Staff 4; Etiquette Club 
2; Girl Reserves 1. 2, 3. 



Violet Louise Higgins 

General Course 
Ambition— To Become An Expert Steno- 
grapher 
Favorite Study — Commercial Law 
South Junior High 1, 2. 



Charlie Hine 

Modern Language Course 
Ambition — To Be An Accountant 
Favorite Study — Bookkeeping 
Cashiers Club 1, 2; Soccer Team 1, 3. 



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Esther Alieen Hinshaw 

Latin Course 

Ambition— To Be A Missionary Nurse 

Favorite Study — English 

Soccer 1; May Day 1; Dramatic Club 2; 
Boosters Club 3; Nat'l Hon.^ Soc. 4, 5; 
Lunch Room 2, 3, 5; Library Staff Pres. 5. 



Philip Brown Hoibrook 

General Course 

Ambition — To Be A Philanthropist 

Favorite Study — Algebra 

Fresh. Debaters Club 1; Fresh. Dramatic 
Club 1; Boosters Club 2; Orchestra 2, 3; 
Cashiers Club 4. 



Christine Holcombe 

Commercial Course 
Ambition — To Be A Good Stenographer 

Favorite Study — History 
Hobby Club; Girl Scouts 1. 



Elmo Holder 

General Course 
Ambition — To Travel 
Favorite Study — Bookkeeping 
Basketball 2: Tennis 2; Bird Club 1. 



Helen Hoover 

Latin Course 

Ambition— To Be A Doctor 

Favorite Study— Latin 

South Junior High 1; Jr. Dramatic Club 2; 
Travel Club 2; Boosters Club 2; Class Soc- 
cer 2. 



J. Will Horn 

Commercial Course 

Ambition — To Be A Garbage Man 

Favorite Study — Study Hall 



Margaret C. Home 

Latin Course 
Ambition — To Make Good 
Favorite Study— Journalism 

Boosters Club 1. 2; Jr. Dramatic Club 1. 2: 
Etiquette Club 2: G. A. A. 1, 2; Black and 
Gold Senior Editor 4; Jr. Dramatic Club 
Sec. 2; Class Basketball 1, 2; Class Hock- 
ey I, 2; Class Soccer 1, 2; Pine Whispers 
Staff 4; Quill and Scroll 4. 



Arnold Hunt 

General Course 

Ambition— To Finish High School 

Favorite Study— Chemestru 




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Viola E. Hutcherson 

General Course 

Ambition — I Wouldn't Know 

Favorite Study — History 

Jr. Dramatic Club 2; Debaters Club 2: 
Fresh. Basketball 1; Boosters Club 1; 
G. A. A. 1. 



Josephine Hutchison 

Latin Course 

Ambition — To Coach Basketball 

Favorite Study — Biology 

Class Soccer 1. 2; Hobby Club 1: Cash- 
iers Club 1, 2, 3; House of Rep. 4; Varsity 
Basketball 3. 4; Boosters Club 1. 2; Orches- 
tra 1. 2, 3; Class Hockey 1, 2. 



Mary Lewis Hutchison 

General Course 

Ambition— To Be An Athletic Coach 

Favorite Study— Shorthand 

Boosters Club 1. 4; Library Page 1; Varsity 
Hockey 2; Varsity Basketball 2. 3. 4; Co- 
Capt. 4; Varsity Baseball 2, 3, 4; Capt. 
3; Winner Essay "Evils of Alcohol"; Girls 
Monogram Club 3; Pres. 3; G. A. A. 1. 2; 
Cashier 3. 



Hallie Mae Jarvis 

Commercial Course 
Ambition — To Be A Private Secretary 
Favorite Study — Commercial Law 
South Junior High. 



Elizabeth Jester 

General Course 

Ambition — To Understand What It Is All 

About 

Favorite Study — English 

Class Hockey 1. 2; Class Baseball 1, 2; 
Class Basketball 1. 2; Varsity Basketball 
3; English Club 1. 2; G. A. A. I, 2; Girls 
Glee Club 3, 4. 



Ralph S. Johnson 

Scientific Course 

Ambition — To Be An Auto Draftsman 

Favorite Study — Mechanical Drawing 

Boosters Club 1. 2; Class Basketball 1: 
Class Football 1; Class Soccer 1, 2; Class 
Tennis 1, 2; Tennis 3. 



Cornelia L. Johnston 

General Course 
Ambition — To Be A Nurse 
Favorite Study — Chemistry 
South Junior High 1, 2. 



Louise Marian Jones 

General Course 

Ambition — To Be A Musician 

Favorite Study— English 

Dramatic Club 1. 2; Etiquette Club 1. 2; 
Girl Reserves 1, 2, 3; Girls Wide Awake 
Club 1. 2. 



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Marjorie Jones 

General Course 
Ambition — To Be A Private Secretary 
Favorite Study— Typing 
South Junior High 1, 2; House of Rep. 



Mary Jones 

General Course 
Ambition — To Be A Music Teacher 
Favorite Study — Typing 
South Junior High 1, 2. 



B. A. Keiger, Jr. 

Industrial Arts Course 

Ambition— To Become An Architect 

Favorite Study — Mechanical Drawing 

North Junior High I; Travel Club 1, 2, 
3; Areo. Club 2. 3. 



Fred Kirby 

Latin Course 

Ambition — To Be A Doctor 

Favorite Study — Chemistry 

Boosters Club 1; Lit. Soc. 1; Stamp Col- 
lector 2; Dramatic Club 2. 



Nathan Krentzman 

General Course 
Amb ition — General 
Favorite Study — Chemistry 

William Penn High 1, 2. 3. 



Frank Kretzmer 

Scientific Course 

Ambition — To Be Harpo Marx The Second. 

Favorite Study — Chemistry 

Class Basketball 2; Class Tennis 2: Class 
Soccer 2; Tennis 3: Tennis 1, 2; Soccer 
Team Asst. Mgr. 1: Basketball 1, 2. 



Lucie Marie Lancaster 

General Course 

Ambition— To Be A Nurse 

Favorite Study — English 

Library Page Club 1. 2; Soccer Varsity 2; 
Girls Ail-Around Club 2; Girls Glee Club 



Charles Landreth 

Scientific Course 

Ambition — To Be A Billionaire 

Favorite Study— History 

House of Rep. 2; Hi-Y 3. 4; Debaters 
Club 1; Jr. Dramatic Club 1. 2; Nat'l Hon. 
Soc. 4: Boosters 2. 




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Louise Lawrence 

General Course 
Ambition — To Be A Teacher 
Favorite Study — Latin 
North Junior High I, 2. 



Vista Lawson 

General Course 

Ambition — To Be A Missionary 

Favorite Study — Music 

South Junior High 1; Etiquette Club 2: 
Calvin H. Wiley Lit. Soc. 2. 



Virginia Lea 

General Course 
Ambition — To Travel 
Favorite Study — English 
Jr. Dramatic Club I . 



Margarette Lewis 

General Course 

Ambition — To Be A Private Secretary 

Favorite Study — Occupations 

Salesmanship 1. 2: Girls Etiquette Club 3; 
Travel Club 3; Tennis 1, 2. 



Eugene Liipfert 

Scientific Course 

Ambition— To Be A Dirt Writer Like 

Andrew Sutton 

Favorite Study— Public Speaking 

Met. Sci. Club 2. 3, 4: "Wonder Hat" 4; 
Nat'l. Hon. Soc. 4, 5: House of Rep. 5; 
Speaker 5; Hi-Y 4, 5: Pres. 5. 



Henry C. Lindley, Jr. 

General Course 
Ambition— To Dance Well 
Favorite Study — Miss Jones' History 
South Junior High I, 2; Glee Club 3. 



Mary Jane Lindley 

Modern Language Course 

Ambition — To Win 

Favorite Study — Spanish 

South Junior High 1, 2: Boosters Club 4; 
Council 4; Senior Marshall 3; Quill and 
Scroll 4; Marshall 3: Nat'l Hon. Soc. 4; 
Sec. 4; Pine Whispers Staff 3, 4; Black 
and Gold Senior Editor 4; House of Rep. 
3, 4; Junior-Senior Chorus 4. 



William Charles Linville 

Scientific Course 

Ambition — To Be A Second General 

Pershing 

Favorite Study— Physics 



Cross Country 1; Boy Scout Club 2, 
Aero. Club 3; Stamp Club 2; Band 2. 



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Joe Little 

General Course 
Ambition — To Pass Typing 
Favorite Study — Chemistry 

South Junior High 1; Jr. Dramatic Club 2; 
Radio Club 2; Hobby Club 2; Scrub Foot- 
ball 2. 



Edward Littleton 

General Course 
Ambition— To Be A First-Class Salesr 
Favorite Study — Printing 



Charles Loman 

Latin Course 

Ambition — To Be A Success 

Favorite Study — History 

Boosters Club 1, 2; Dramatic Club 1, 2; 
Debaters 1, 2. 



Arvil Marion 

General Course 
Ambition — To Be A Musician 
Favorite Study — Bookkeeping 
North Junior High 1, 2. 



Annie Elizabeth Matthews 

General Course 

Ambition — To Work In An Office 

Favorite Study^ — English 

Dramatic Club 1; Playwriters Club 1, 2; 
Girl Scouts 1. 



Julia Brown McCorkle 

Latin Course 

Ambition — To Travel 

Favorite Study— English 

Jr. Dramatic Club 1; Senior Dramatic 
Club 2; Etiquette Club 2; Science Club 1; 
Class Hockey 1. 



Edwin McCrowell 

General Course 

Ambition— I Do Not Know 

Favorite Study — History 



Frances McCrowell 

General Course 

Ambition — To Be An Opera Star 

Favorite Study — Music 

Etiquette Club 1, 2; Girls Wide Awake 
Club 1; Travelers Club 1, 2; Jr. Dramatic 
Club 1, 2: Glee Club 1. 2; Class Basketball 
1. 2; Class Baseball 1. 2; Class Soccer 1; 
State Voice Contest 1. 2. 




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Dorothy McKaughan 

General Course 
Ambition — To Grow Tall 
Favorite Study — English 

South Junior High 1 ; Etiquette Club; Tra- 
vel Club; Class Baseball. 



Ada Olivia McPherson 

General Course 

Ambition — To Play A Pipe Organ 

Favorite Study — H is tor y 



Elizabeth Mendenhall 

Latin Course 

Ambition — To Be A Concert Pianist 

Favorite Study — Latin 

Jr. Dramatic Club 1, 2; Washington Pag- 
ernt 1; Hobby Club 1; Etiquette Club 1; 
Winner High School Music Contest 2, 3; 
Chief Sr. Marshall 3; Orchestra 1; Accom- 
panist for Glee Ciub 1 ; Accompanist for 
High School 2, 3. 4; Nat'l. Hon. Soc. 4. 



Flavius E. Mendenhall 

General Course 

Ambition — To Be A Salesman 

Favorite Study — History 

South Junior High 1. 2; House of Rep. 3. 



Doris Miller 

General Course 

Ambition— To Travel And Then Teach 

History In A College 

Favorite Study — History 

Library Page 1, 2; G. A. A. 1, 2; Boosters 
Club 2; Fresh. Hockey; Class Baseball 
1. 2; Class Basketball 1. 2; Girls Wide 
Awake Club 2. 



Robert Miller 

General Course 

Ambition— To Sail Around The World In 

My Own Schooner 

Favorite Study —History 

Scouting Club' 3; Aviation Club 2. 



Bill Miller 

General Course r 
Ambition — To Be A Success 
Favorite Study — History 

Dramatic Club 1; Boosters Club 1. 2; Hi-Y 
3, 4; Art Club 2; Cashiers Club 2, 3; Ush- 
ers Club 4; North Carolina Club 2; 
Mech. Drawing Club 2; Junior Hi-Y 2; 
Treas. of Class 1; Sec. of Class 2. 



William G. Miller 

General Course 
Ambition— To Be An Architect 
Favorite Study — Mechanical Drawing 
Aero. Club 1. 



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Mary Louise Mock 

General Course 
Ambition—To Be A Nurse 
Favorite Study — Chemistry 

Dramatic Club 2; Glee Club !, 2; Music 
Contest 1, 2. 3. 



Robert Monoghan 

General Course 

Ambition— To Be An English Teacher 

Favorite Study — English 



Robert Moore 

Industrial Arts Course 
Ambition — To Be, A Heat Engineer 
Favorite Study — English 
Travel Club 2: Architectural Club 3. 



Hilda Morris 

General Course 

Ambition — To Go Places 

Favorite Study — Salesmanship 

Boosters Club 1; Girls Wide Awake Club 
1, 2; Etiquette Club 2; Girl Reserves 1, 2, 
3. 



Alma Louise Myers 

General Course 
Ambition — To Be A Nurse 
Favorite Study— Commercial Lau 
South Junior High 1. 2. 



Richard Myers 

Latin Course 

Ambition — To Be A Success 

Favorite Study — Latin 

Student Council 2, 3: Treas. 2; Scrub Foot- 
ball 2; Varsity 3, 4; Captain of Football 4; 
All-State 4; Monogram Club 3. 4; Hi-Y 
Club 3, 4; Band 1, 2. 3; Orchestra 1. 2. 3; 
Pine Whispers Business Staff 3. 4; Bus. 
Manager 4; Class Pres. 1, 2; Class Treas. 
4. 



Clifton B. P. Naughton, Jr. 

Latin Course 

Ambition — To Outdress Adolphe Menjou 

Favorite Study — Spanish 

ODonoghue High 1; Hi-Y 4; Pine Whis- 
pers Staff 3. 4: Exchange Ed. 3: Associate 
Ed. 4; Art Staff 3. 4; Black and Gold Art 
Staff 4; Quill and Scroll 3. 4. 



Shore Neal 

Scientific Course 

Ambition— To Be A Coach 

Favorite Study — History 

North Junior High 1; Baseball 2. 3. 4; 
Basketball 2, 3. 4; Council 4; Monogram 
Club 2. 3. 4; Rotary Delegate 3; Boosters 
Club 3: Varsity Football 2. 3. 4. 




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Robert Neilson 

General Course 
Ambition — To Be An Engineer 
Favorite Study — History 
South Junior High 1; Baseball 3, 4. 



Edwin K. Newman 

General Course 
Ambition — To See The World 
Favorite Study — Biology 
North Junior High 1. 2. 



James Nifong 

General Course 
Ambition — To Be Editor Of Newspaper 
Favorite Study — Printing 
Band 1, 2; Travel Club. 



John Nisbet 

Scientific Course 
Ambition — To Be A Mechanical Engineer 

Favorite Study — Chemistry 
Band 1, 2. 3; Dramatic Club 1. 



Arthur M. Orrell 

Latin Course 

Ambition^-To Be A Doctor 

Favorite Study — Science 



Violet Elise Orrell 

Latin Course 

Ambition — To Be An Air Hostess 

Favorite Study— Spanish 

Girls All-Round Club 1: Dramatic Club 1; 
Debaters Club 1; Varsity Tennis 2. 



Harrell Vance Pack 

Scientific Course 

Ambition — To Become A Surgeon 

Favorite Study— Science 



William Lee Payne 

Scientific Course 
Ambition — To Explore Surrounding Terri- 
tory Of Lake Victoria 
Favorite Study— History 

North Junior High 1, 2; Stamp Club 3; 
Boosters Club 4. 



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Gertrude Pearce 

Commercial Course 

Ambition — To Be A Musician 

Favorite Study — Shorthand 

Fresh. Dramatic Club: Girls Wide Awake 
Club; Etiquette Club 2; Nat'l Hon. Soc. 4. 



Fannie Peckler 

Commercial Course 

Ambition— To Be A Private Secretary 

Favorite Study — Shorthand 

Etiquette Club 2; Sec. Girls Wide Awake 
Club 2; Nat'l Hon. Soc. 4; Literary Club 
I; Girl Reserves 1. 2, 3; Library Page 4; 
Black and Gold Typist 4; Library Typist 4. 



Edward Peddycord 

Ambition—To Be Something Besides A 

Bum 

Favorite Study — Mathematics 

Boosters 3; N. C. Club 2. 3; Baseball 1. 



Eileen Peddycord 

Household Arts Course 
Ambition— To Be A Nurse 
Favorite Study — Home Economics 
Girls Wide Awake Club 1, 2. 



Alice Hazeline Penry 

Modern Language Course 

Ambition — To Climb The Swiss Alps 

Favorite Study — History 

Stunt Night 1; George Washington Page- 
ant 1; Library Page Club 2; Jr. Dramatic 
Club 1; Etiquette Club 1. 



Caroline A. Pfohl 

Latin Course 

Ambition — To Be A Designer 

Favorite Study — Latin 

South Junior High 1; Travel Club 2; Jr. 
Dramatic Club 2; Pres. of Class 3; Senior 
Marshal 3; Black and Gold Business 
Staff 4. 



Ellen Jeannette Piatt 

Latin Course 

Ambition — To Be A Medical Specialist 

Favorite Study — Latin 

Nat'l. Hon. Soc. 4; Playwriters Club 1; 
Library Page 1; Jr. Dramatic Club 1; 
Etiquette Club 2; Hobby Club 2; Class 
Hockey 1; Class Basketball 1; Girl Scouts 
1. 2. 3. 4: Glee Club 4; Girls Wide 
Awake Club 2. 



Jessie Mae Pleasants 

Latin Course 
Ambition — To Travel 
Favorite Study — Music 
North Junior High 1. 2. 




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Marjorie Porter 

Modern Language Course 

Ambition—To Meet Kenny Sargent 

Favorite Study — Spanish 



Girls Wide Awake Club 2, 3; 
2; Jr. Dramatic Club 2; May 



Girls Club 
Day 1. 



Maxine Elizabeth Pusey 

General Course 

Ambition — To Own A Packard 

Favorite Study- — Journalism 

Hugh Marshal High School, Raleigh 1 
Girls Met. Sci. Club 2. 3; Vice Pres. 3 
Senior Marshall 3: Pine Whispers Staff 3 
Business Staff 4; Stunt Night 2; G. A. A, 
2. 



John Rankin 

General Course 
Ambition— To Be A Doctor 
Favorite Study— Mathematics 



Boosters 1. 2; 
3. 



Nature Lovers 2; Met. Sci. 



Horace Raper 

Modern Language Course 

Ambition — To Be A Lawyer 

Favorite Study — History 

South Junior High 1; Nat'l. Hon. Soc. 4: 
House of Rep. 4; Varsity Baseball 3, 4; 
Varsity Football 3; Scrub Football 2: Cash- 
iers Club 2. 3; Calvin H. Wiley Lit. 



sity r 
Club 
2. 



Edna Reavis 

General Course 

Ambition — To Become A Great Lawyer 

Favorite Study— English 

Boosters Club I. 2; Dramatic Club 1; 
Varsity Basketball 3, 4; Tennis 3; Class 
Basketball 1; Class Hockey 1: Monogram 
Club 3. 

Ethel Louise Reavis 

Latin Course 

Ambition — To Be A Nurse 

Favorite Study — Latin 

Dramatic Culb 



Boosters Club 1 
Hobby Club 2. 



1. 2; 



Randolph Reece 

Latin Course 

Ambition — To Publish A Magazine 

Favorite Study — Mathematics 

Rotary Delegate 3; Quill and Scroll 3. 4, 
5; Band 1, 2; Science Club Pres. 3; Nat'l. 
Hon. Soc. 4. 5; Pine Whispers Staff 2, 3. 
5; Black and Gold Staff 2. 3. 4; Ed. 5: 
Hi-Y 3, 4, 5; Treas. 5; Delegate to S. I. 
P. A. 4. 5; Monarchs Club 3, 5: Ushers 
Club 3. 4, 5; Track 5. 



Dorothy Reich 

Latin Course 

Ambition — To See The World 

Favorite Study — Mathematics 

Jr. Dramatic Club 1, 2; Class Soccer 1: 
Cashiers Club 3. 4; Girls Wide Awake 
Club 2. 3; G.A.A. 1; Glee Club 4. 



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Dorothy Allene Reid 

Commercial Course 
Ambition— To Be A Stenographer 
Favorite Study — Shorthand 
North Junior High 1. 2. 



Joe Reznick 

Scientific Course 

Ambition— To Get Through With French 

Favorite Study— Lunch 

Band 1, 2; Orchestra 1; Boosters 1; Stunt 
Night 1; Pine Whispers Business Staff 4; 
Tennis 1, 2; Class Soccer 1. 



Janie Rhodes 

Modern Language Course 

Ambition— To Pass All College Exams 

Favorite Study — English 

South Junior High 1, 2; Jr. Dramatic Club 
2; Hobby Club 2. 3; Girl Reserves 1: Class 
Basketball 2; Stunt Night 2: Travel Club 2; 
Boosters Club 3; Girl Scouts 2. 3, 4. 



Marguerite Robertson 

General Course 

Ambition— To Be An Accomplished 

Musician 



Favorite Study — Music 



Glee Club. 



Alice Eugenia Rose 

Commercial Course 

Ambition — To Be A Lady Of Leisure 

Favorite Study — English 

Dramatic Club 2; Boosters Club 2; Senior 
Marshall 3; Etiquette Club 1; Pine Whis- 
pers Staff 3: Travelers Club 2; Art Club 1: 
Quill and Scroll Usher 3. 



Nancy Louisa Rose 

Modern Language Course 
Ambition — To Live In France 
Favorite Study — French 
South Junior High 1, 2. 



Barrett Russ 

Scientific Course 

Ambition — To Be A Ceramic Engineer And 

Run A Quarter Mile In 50 Seconds 

Favorite Study — Physics 
North Junior High 1, 2; Track 3, 4. 



George A. Sain 

General Course 

Ambition— To Be In Opera 

Favorite Study — Solid Geometry 

North Junior High 1; Glee Club 2, 3; Or- 
chestra 2, 3: Boys Glee Club 2, 3; State 
Contest 3; Second Place Bass Solo 3; Ope- 
retta "The Emperor" 2; Stunt Night 3; 
Baseball 3; Football 3. 




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Odell Salmon 

General Course 

Ambition— To Find Out What There Was 

Before There Wasn't Anything 

Favorite Study — History 

Student Council 1, 2, 3. 4; Sec. 3: Quill 
and Scroll 3. 4; Hi-Y 3; Pine Whispers 
Staff 2, 3, 4; Sports Editor 3, 4; Band 1: 
Club Dawn 3; Cashiers Club 1, 2; Dele- 
gate at N. C. Student Council Convention 
3; Publicity Mgr. Dramatic Night 3; Lit- 
erary Society 2; Rotary Club Luncheon 3. 



Frances Kirby Schultz 

Latin Course 
Ambition— It's A Secret 
Favorite Study — English 

South Junior High 1; Etiquette Club 2; 
Jr. Dramatic Club 1; Cast "Elmer" 2; 
Class Basketball 2. 



Mildred Sellars 

Commercial Course 

Ambition— To Sing Like Kate Smith 

Favorite Study — English 

North Junior High 1; Glee Club 2; Music 
Contest 2; Stunt Night 2. 



Mary Ruth Sharpe 

Commercial Course 
Ambition — To Be A Stenographer 
Favorite Study — Shorthand 
North Junior High 1, 2. 



Dorothy Shaw 

Modern Language Course 

Ambition — To Study In Paris 

Favorite Study — French 

Stunt Night 1; G.A.A. 1, 2; George Wash- 
ington Pageant 1; Jr. Dramatic Club 1. 2; 
Debaters Club 2; Hobby Club 2; Etiquette 
Club 2. 



Lois K. Shellington 

General Course 

Ambition — To Have Red Hair Like 

Dorothy Wyatt 

Favorite Study— English 

Dramatic Club 2; Travel Club 2. 



Willie Mae Shermer 

Commercial Course 

Ambition — To Be A Stenographer 

Favorite Study — History 

Varsity Baseball 3; Class Basketball 1. 2; 
Class Baseball 1, 2; Class Hockey 1. 2; 
Class Soccer I, 2; Girls Wide Awake Club 
2; Cashiers Club 2. 



Annie Louise Sherrill 

Latin Course 

Ambition — To Be An Organist 

Favorite Study— Music 

May Day 1; Debaters Club 1; Jr. Dramatic 
Club 2; Girls Wide Awake Club 2; Glee 
Club 3: Stunt Night 2. 



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Fredrich Isaac Shoaf 

Scientific Course 

Ambition — To Own An Amateur RadL 

Station 

Favorite Study — Chemistry 



Nissen Shore 

General Course 

Ambition— To Get A Diploma 

Favorite Study — History 

Pres. 9A Class; Club Dawn 3; Cashiers 
Club 3. 



Edward Shouse 

General Course 

Ambition — To Pass History 11 

Favorite Study — English 



Myrtle Sidden 

General Course 

Ambition — To Finish High School 

Favorite Study — English 



Dorothy Sides 

Commercial Course 
Ambition— To Be An Efficient Stenographer 

Favorite Study — Shorthand 
South Junior High 1, 2. 



Mary Louise Siewers 

Latin Course 

Ambition— To Be A Buyer 

Favorite Study — English 

South Junior High 1; Sr. Marshall 3; Dra- 
matic Club 2; Travel Club 2. 



Dorothy Siler 

Scientific Course 
Ambition— To Direct A Jazz Band 
Favorite Study — French 
Greensboro High 2, 3. 



Ruth Simmons 

General Course 

Ambition — To Be an Interior Decorator 

Favorite Study— Physical Education 

South Junior High 1. 2; Hockey Team 1, 2- 
Girls Wide Awake Club 1, 2; G.A.A. 1, 2. 




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Hazel Simpson 

General Course 
Ambition — To Be An Authoress 
Favorite Study — Home Economics 



Louise Sims 

General Course 

Ambition — To Be A Dietitian 

Favorite Study — Home Economics 

Library Page 1, 2; Etiquette Club 2; Girl 

Reserves 1, 2, 3. 



William E. Singletary 

Latin Course 
Ambition — To Meet Noet Coward 
Favorite Study— Magazines 
Fresh. Debaters; Fresh. Dramatic Club: 
Nat'l Hon. Soc. 4. 5; Pres. Quill and 
Scroll 4; Hi-Y 3. 4; Sec. 4; Ushers Club 
3. 4; Winner First Place N. C. Safety 
Essay 1 : Rotary Luncheon 3; Pres. Class 
2. 3; Pine Whispers Staff 2, 3. 4; Man- 
aging Editor 4; Black and Gold Staff 3, 
4; Organization Editor 4; Dramatic Club 
Pres. 2: Cashiers Club 3; Delegate to S. 
I. P. A. 4. 



John D. Slawter, Jr. 

Scientific Course 

Ambition—To Study Law 

Favorite Study — English 

Radio Club 2; Hi-Y 3. 4; Cast "The 

Island" 2; 10B Class Sec; Class Football 

3; Boosters Club 2; Cashiers Club 2. 

Helen Solomon 

General Course 
Ambition' — To Own A Beauty Salon 
Favorite Study — History 
Boosters Club 2; Dramatic Club 1. 



Gertrude Sosnik 

Commercial Course 
Ambition — To Be A Private Secretary 
Favorite Study — Shorthand 
Pine Whispers Reporter 2; Pine Whispers 
Business Staff 4; Girls Wide Awake Club 
Pres. 2; Cashiers Club 1, 3; Etiquette Club 
2; Boosters Club Sec. 1. 



Marion Sosnik 

General Course 
Ambition — To Travel 
Favorite Study — Algebra 
Boosters Club 1. 2: Dramatic Club 1, 2; 
G.A.A. 1, 2; Class Hockey 2; Class Soccer 
1. 2; Class Basketball 1, 2; Black and 
Gold Business Staff 4; Nat'l Hon. Soc. 4: 
Swimming Team 1. 



Warren Spear 

Scientific Course 

Ambition — To Get More Out Of Life 

Favorite Study — Solid Geometry 

Boosters Club 1. 2. 4; Vice Pres. 8B; 
Fresh. Debaters Club 1; Track 1. 2, 3. 
4; Midget Football 1. 3; Midget Basket- 
ball 1; Dramatic Club 2; Stamp Club 2; 
Cross Country 2; House of Rep. 1, 2. 3; 
Treas. 3; Stunt Night 1. 3: Cheerleader 
3. 4; Unofficial Delegate to State Student 
Council Convention 3, 4; Congress Mar- 
shal 3; Pine Whispers Staff 4; Vice Pres. 
of Student Body 4; Basketball Mgr. 4. 



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Jane Spencer 

Home Economics Course 

Ambition — To Be A Nurse 

Favorite Study— Home Economics 

Girls Wide Awake Club 1, 2; Etiquette 
Club 2; Girl Reserves 1, 2, 3. 



J. B. Stallings 

Scientific Course 

Ambition— To Be A Lawyer With A 

Private Secretary 

Favorite Study — English 

Fresh. Debaters Club; Radio Club 2; Pres. 
Scouting Club 2; Black and Gold Staff 3. 
4; Debaters Club 4; Pine Whispers Staff 4. 



Wiley G. Stanford 

Scientific Course 

Ambition — To Get In The U. S, Marine 

Air Corps 

Favorite Study —History 



Mary Delilah Stinson 

General Course 
Ambition — To Do Something 
Favorite Study — History 
South Junior High 1. 



Louise Stipe 



Modern Language Course 

Ambition— To Do Something Exciting 

Favorite Study — History 

Fresh. Soccer 1; Class Hockey 2; Class 
Basketball 1, 2; Varsity Tennis 2, 3; 
Class Tennis 1. 2; Monogram 3, 4; G.A.A. 
1; Fresh. Boosters; Fresh. Dramatic Club; 
Class Baseball 1, 2. 



Martha T. Stonestreet 

General Course 
Ambition— To Go Riding In An Aeroplane 

Favorite Study — Latin 
South Junior High 1; Boosters Club 2. 



J. Andrew Sutton 

General Course 

Ambition — " To Live And Let Live" 

Favorite Study — Geometry 

Sumter High School 3; Tennis Team 4, 
5; Pine Whispers Staff 4. 5; Sports Ed. 5; 
Black and Gold Feature Ed. 5; Dramatic 
Club 2; Jr. Hi-Y 1; Quill and Scroll 5. 



Kathleen Swaim 

Commercial Course 

Ambition — To Be A Private Secretary 

Favorite Study — English 

Travel Club 1; Girls Etiquette Club 2; 
Girls Wide Awake Club 1. 




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Lois Swaim 

Commercial Course 
Ambition— To Support Myself 
Favorite Study — Commercial Law 
South Junior High 1. 2. 



Delma Dclores Taylor 

General Course 
Ambition— To Write A Book 
Favorite Study — English 
North Junior High I, 2. 



Virginia Elizabeth Taylor 

Latin Course 

Ambition— -To Grow Up 

Favorite Study—English 

Jr. Dramatic Club 1, 2; Girl Scouts 
1. 2, 3, 4; Class Basketball 1: Class 
Hockey 1; Class Tennis 1, 2; Hobby Club 
2; Travel Club 2; G. A. A. 1, 2; W. S. 
Monogram 2; Girls Monogram Club 3, 4; 
Etiquette Club 2. 



Hannah Teichman 

General Course 
Ambition— To Travel 
Favorite Study — Music 

Boosters Club I ; Dramatic Club 1 ; Hobby 
Club 2; Orchestra 1. 



Phyllis Tesh 



Commercial Course 

Ambition — To Be A Stenographer 

Favorite Study — Bookkeeping 

South Junior High 1 : Dramatic Club 
Glee Club 1, 2. 



Jack Thomas 

General Course 
Ambition — To Win The U. S. Open Golf 
Tournament 
Favorite Study^ — English 

Basketball Team 3, 4: Golf Team 3, 4: 
House of Rep. 3, 4; Monogram Club 3, 4. 



Muriel Thorpe 

Latin Course 

Ambition — To Sing Like Loretta Lee 

Favorite Study — History 

Girls Wide Awake Club 2, 3; Jr. Dramatic 
Club 2; Debaters Club 1; Girls Club 3. 



Vernon A. Thrift 

General Course 

Ambition — To Travel 

Favorite Study— Woodwork 

Band 1, 2, 3; State Music Contest 1, 2; 
Boosters Club 1. 



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Margaret Trivettc 

General Course 

Ambition— To Be Mrs. "Goon 

Favorite Study—Study Hall 



Dramatic Club 1, 2; 
1, 2; Salesmanship 



Chorus 2; 
Club 2. 



Orchestra 



A. G. Truelove, Jr. 

General Course 
Ambition— To Be A Chemist 
Favotite Study — French 
Band 3; Hobby Club 3. 



Price Tucker 

Scientific Course 

Ambition— To Be A Lawyer 

Favorite Study — History 

Boosters Club 1. 2: Band 1, 2; Track 2: 
Cross Country 2. 



Geraldine Turtle 

Modern Language Course 

Ambition— To Be Successful 

Favorite Study— English 

South Junior High 1, 2; House of Rep. 2, 
3; Pine Whispers Staff 3; Boosters Club 4; 
Senior Marshall 3; Nat'l Hon. Soc. 4. 



Raymond Lee Vanhoy 

General Course 
Ambition — To Be Successful In Advertising 

Favorite Study — Commercial Law 
North Junior High 1, 2; House of Rep. 3. 



Joe B. Vaughn 

Commercial Course 

Ambition— To Be A Second Walter P. 

Chrysler 

Favorite Study — Typing 

Football 1. 2; Basketball 1; Class Baseball 
1, 2; Boosters Club 1, 2; Debaters Club 1, 
2. 



Violet Wade 

General Course 
Ambition— To Be A Stenographer 
Favorite Study— Commercial Law 

Mineral Springs High School 1: North Jun- 
ior High School 2. 



Don C. Wadsley 

Scientific Course 

Ambition— To Be A Chemist 

Favorite Study— Physics 

Boosters Club 1, 3, 4. 5: Aeronautics 1, 2; 
Cashiers 2, 3, 4; Squirts 1; Scrubs 4. 




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Josephine Wagner 

Commercial Course 
Ambition— To Be A Stenographer 
Favorite Study— Shorthand 
South Junior High 1, 2. 



Catherine Walker 

General Course 

Ambition — To Specialize in Music 

Favorite Study— Music 



Doris Walker 

General Course 
Ambition— It's A Secret 
Favorite Study — Haven't Got Any 
Girls Wide Awake Club. 



R. Claude Wall 

General Course 
Ambition — To Be A Race Car Driver 
Favorite Study — History 
North Junior High 1, 2. 



Theresa Wall 

General Course 
Ambition — To Be A Good Friend 
Favorite Study— English 
South Junior High I; Girl Scouts 2, 4. 



Mary Sanders Ward 

General Course 

Ambition — To Grow Long Eyelashes 

Favorite Study — English 

Fresh. Boosters Club; Fresh. Dramatic Club; 
Etiquette Club 2. 



Marie Weaver 

Home Economics Course 

Ambition — To Be A Private Secretary 

Favorite Study — Bookkeeping 



Douglas Welfare 

General Course 
Ambition — To Drive An Auto 
Favorite Study— Engineering 

South Junior High 1; Senior Hi-Y 4: Hob- 
by Club 2; Track 3, 4; Aero. Club. 



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Pauline Fredrick Westall 

Commercial Course 

Ambition— To Be Ambitious 

Favorite Study — Typing 

House of Rep. 1, 2. 3; Glee Club 1, 2; 
Boosters Club 1; Etiquette Club 1, 2; Dra- 
matic Club 2; Stunt Night 1. 



Katherine Ann Whaling 

Latin Course 

Ambition — Lots Of Things 

Favorite Study — English 

South Junior High 1; House of Rep. 2; Jr. 
Dramatic Club 2; Etiquette Club 2; Class 
Basketball 2; Senior Marshall 3. 



Dorothy Louise Whicker 

Commercial Course 
Ambition— To Be A Beauty Operator 
Favorite Study — Salesmanship 
North Junior High 1. 2. 



Ralph L. White, Jr. 

Scientific Course 
Ambition— To Attend To My Own Business 

Favorite Study — Physics 
Golf 4. 5; Glee Club 1. 



Sam Willeford 

General Course 

Ambition— To Be A King Of "Jazz" 

Favorite Study — Journalism 

North Junior High 1, 2; Pine Whispers 
Staff 4. 



Dorothy Williams 

General Course 
Ambition— To Be A Nurse 
Favorite Study — Home Economics 
South Junior High 1, 2. 



Ray Williams 

Latin Course 

Ambition — To Hear Duke Ellington Play 

Mendelsohn's Spring Song 

Favorite Study — History 

Literary Society 2; Travel Club President 
2; Cross Country 2; Band 2; Orchestra 2. 



William Williams 

General Course 

Ambition— To Remember What I Have 

Learned 

Favorite Study — Bookkeeping 

Stamp Club 1, 2; Boosters Club 1; Scouting 
2; Travel Club 3; Architecture Club 3. 




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Jim Willis 

Latin Course 
Ambition — To Be A Banker 
Favorite Study — Mathematics 

Rotary Delegate 3; House of Rep. 1; 
Scrub Track 2. 3; Hi-Y Club 3. 4; Black 
and Gold Business Mgr. 4. 



Pete Wilson 

Latin Course 

Ambition— To Be President Of R. ]. R. 

Tobacco Company 

Favorite Study— History 

Nat'l Hon. Soc, Pres. 4: Black and Gold 
Bus. Staff 4; Jr. Hi-Y 2: Hi-Y 3. 4; Fresh. 
Debaters; Pres. Fresh. Dramatic Club; 
Cashiers Club 3; House of Rep. 2, 3. 



Charles E. Wood 

Latin Course 

Ambition — To Be A Success 

Favorite Study— Latin 

Fresh. Debaters Club; Boosters Club; Deba- 
ters Club 1; Band 1, 2. 3; Orchestra 1, 2 
Scrub Football 2. 3; Dramatic Club 2, 3 
Vice Pres. 2; Pres. 3; Stunt Night 3 
House of Rep. 4; Class Football 1, 2 
Class Basketball 1. 2; Hobby Club 2. 
Aero. Club 2; Hi-Y 3. 4; Library Page 
1. 2; Winston Hi Player 4; Pres. 4; 
Black and Gold Bus. Staff 4; Pine Whis- 
pers Bus. Staff 4; Class Pres. 4. 



Mary Agnes Woodward 

Latin Course 
Ambition — To Be A Stenographer 
Favorite Study — Commercial Law 

Boosters Club 1; Hobby Club 2; Dramatic 
Club 2; Girl Scouts 1, 2. 



Jake Yokeley 

General Course 

Ambition— To Be An M. D. 

Favorite Study — Biology 

Sterling Young 

General Course 
Ambition— It's A Secret 
Favorite Study— History 

Monogram Club 4; Band 2; Orchestra 1. 
2, 3; Stamp Club 3; Radio Club 1. 2. 3; 
Mgr. Football 4; Asst. Mgr. Football 3. 

Frances Younger 

Latin Course 
Ambition — To Graduate 
Favorite Study — English 

Jr. Dramatic Club 1; Nature Lovers Club 1; 
Etiquette Club 2; All-Round Girls Club 
2; Class Hockey 1. 



H. Stokes Zimmerman 

General Course 

Ambition — To Be A Doctor 

Favorite Study— History 

South Junior High School 1; Booster 2; 
Hi-Y 4. 



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POEM OF MAY CLASS. 1935 

Avenelle Gray, Poet 



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There are places on life's highway 

Where men may pause and rest, 

And view with thought the journey they have run. 

The weak may lose their courage, 

But the wise with added zest 

Will know their, upward climb has begun. 

Our road leads onward to a future goal 

Where greater tasks await. 

Strong men will gladly seize the chance to serve, 

While cowards falter, and with 

Fainting hearts bemoan their fate, , 

And pray that fortune bring them great renown. 

What is Commencement but one goal, 

That points the way for youth; 

That leads to fields of service great and bold; 

To meet the challenge ever flung 

By travelers who have journeyed on? — 

A call to follow in the way of truth. 



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HISTORY OF MAY CLASS, 1935 

Warren Spear, Historian 



In the early days of the seventeenth 
century there arrived in N. C. a body of 
people who were destined to become in 
history the Lost Colony. In like manner 
there arrived in R. J. R. High School in 
1931 a group of gals and gents who felt 
that they were the Lost Colony. Those 
people of the first colony felt the need of 
a strong leader while they were in the 
new country. We also felt the need of a 
strong leader and made the selection of 
Dick Myers. We, like those pioneers, 
began to explore these new regions. 
With much fear and awe we went as far 
as the first floor, then the second, and fi- 
nally with a grand sweep of nerve we 
ventured to the third floor. We, like 
those pioneers, had to start from the bot- 
tom and build up. Thus ended the first 
of our four periods. 

As the colony had been knocked 
about by England so we had been knock- 
ed about by upper classmen. We de- 
cided, as the colonists, that we were as 
good as those who molested us so we de- 
clared our independence from the title of 
freshmen. Those were hard days as we 
fought to shake off this name. Our lead- 
ing scholars during this period, Roy Hege 
and Tom Lumpkin, together with some of 
our number who were talented in athlet- 
ics, drama, and journalism led the attack 
by showing what we could do. 

Finding no fault with our class presi- 
dent of the previous year and feeling 
that a person of experience should have 



the burden of this office during these 
times, we reelected Dick Myers as our 
leader. Very successfully ended our sec- 
ond period. 

Just as our ancestral dwellers of N. C. 
entered into a period of Civil War, did 
we enter into a modified form of Civil 
War. Our aim was to show our strength 
against the seniors. We placed talent 
from our class in everything the seniors 
did. To lead us through this period we 
chose a modern Joan of Arc, Caroline 
Pfohl. Who won, if anyone did, was 
never decided; however, to show that it 
was all a friendly affair, we gave one of 
the grandest Junior-Seniors ever present- 
ed by a Junior class. During this time 
we were well represented in all fields 
such as athletics, journalism, and orations. 
In the latter Hugh Cash, one of our mem- 
bers, took first place over many seniors. 

To come to a modern period such as 
this, improvement after improvement must 
take place. We feel that we have im- 
proved to the extent that here in our last 
period we may rightfully be called seni- 
ors. In the modern manner we feel we 
are "the top." We wear stars in our 
crown which are derived from all fields of 
extra-curricular activities. Likewise, we 
have leaders in both houses of the gov- 
ernment of the school. We boast also of 
our class officers with Charlie Wood 
leading the list. May we be inspired to 
do greater things by our adventurous an- 
cestors, the settlers of North Carolina. 




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LAST WILL AND TESTAMENT 

By Andrew Sutton, Testator 



We, the gay Class of May 1935, being 
of weak mind and doubtful body, know- 
ing our end is near, and realizing that we 
can't take all of our worldly possessions 
with us, do together propose to leave 
said possessions to our less fortunate 
underclassmen, faculty members and 
principal in this, our last will and testa- 
ment, this 17th day of May 1935. 
Article I, Section I; 

To the May Class of 1936, we be- 
queath our faded colors and withered 
rosebuds. 

Section II; 

Grateful to our honorable in-laws, the 
Faculty, who have given us the blessings 
of an education, we hereby proclaim, that 
if ignorance were bliss, we are on our 
way to paradise. 

Section III; 

To Miss Ruth Ford, our class sponsor, 
we leave a great deal of gray hairs and a 
supreme blessing for the future. 
Section IV; 

To our adopted children, the entire 
student body, we bequeath the frag- 
ments of the Honor System, Student 
Council, and the House of Representa- 
tives to be disregarded as we have en- 
deavored to do. 

Article II, Section I; 

To the incoming children, who will 
next year be seniors, barring examina- 
tions and other forms of torture, we 
leave with pleasure that from which we 
never received pleasure; the Senior privi- 
leges, standards of honor, dignity, and 
all other things that have meant nothing 
to us. 

Section II; 

To Principal Claude R. Joyner, we 
leave the privilege and honor of run- 
ning the school as we are tired of so 
doing. 

Section III; 

To the evermore noble Juniors, we be- 
queath our seats in the center row of the 
auditorium, and hope that they may 
sleep as soundly in them as we have. 



Section IV; 

To the poor, uncherished and unripened 
Great Grandchildren, (commonly called 
freshmen), we leave our consolations 
that they will have to give up the attic 
and come down and listen to a few lect- 
ures on anything from the barking of a 
dog to one that consists of the amount of 
alcohol one carries in his system. 
Section V; 

To Edna Earl Clinard and Marguerite 
Pegram, Maxine Pusey and Laura 
"Snake" Crim leave respectively their 
art of being able to broadcast to the 
world, without any mechanical devise 
whatsoever. 

Section VI; 

To Martha Rawlings and Frances 
Morgan, Peggy Bowen leaves her title of 
Miss Versatility to be used in a creative 
way; however, the title must not be 
abused. 

Section VII; 

To "Mutt" Dize and Mebane Croom, 
Norris Edwards and John D. Slawter 
leave their creative reading to be used in 
digesting Tarzan and Tom Swift. 
Section VIII; 

To Dick Goolsby, Mary Jane Lindley 
leaves her superlatives since Dick is so 
timid and shy. 

Section IX; 

To Bill Tudor, "Ace" Rickenbacker, 
and Dick Krentzman, Joyner Burns leaves 
medals and other accessories for his un- 
dying truth which has been of great con- 
cern to many. 

We hereby appoint as administrator of 
our estate, Mr. Thomas Foote, whose 
efficiency, thoroughness and cleanliness is 
unquestionably, undebatedly, and un- 
doubtedly absolute. 

To which we set our hand and seal: 

Andrew Sutton, Testator 

Witnesses: 

Napoleon Bonaparte 
Madame Du Barry 
Joe Penner 

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PROPHECY OF MAY CLASS 

Ray Williams, Prophet 



A class prophecy — that's enough to 
give anyone a nightmare! Would a nar- 
rative of this nightmare suffice the curios- 
ity of my fellow students? 

Well, as I was feeling the effects of 
the night before — being very sleepy, I de- 
cided that studies could wait. The end- 
less drone of the teacher's voice, in which 
not even a seven year veteran of this in- 
stitution could sleep soundly, was the 
stimulus of this nightmare and tale. 

As the drone faded, it was replaced by 
the cry of a newsboy on the streets of 
New York. Jack Gibson, the newsboy in 
question, was frantically trying to satisfy 
what seemed to be half of New York's 
reading public. All were trying to get a 
copy of the edition. After using some of 
Coach Hawn's football tactics, I managed 
to get one. It was dated May 12, 1965. 
The headline read: "President M, G. 
Brown Declares War". As I read fur- 
ther I learned that Dick Myers, the All- 
American football star, in the official ca- 
pacity of Commander-in-chief of the ar- 
my, calls for nation-wide conscriptions. 
Also Miss Peggy Bowen, the old-maid 
nurse, issues an order for all pretty nurses 
to prepare to sail on twenty-four hours 
notice — that is, all except Mary Jane 
Lindley who will spend this war by being 
the model Goddess of Peace for the fa- 
mous artist and sculptor, Clifton Naugh- 
ton. Since "wars are won at home", I 
decided that I would win the war for us. 
Just to keep from loafing, I applied to 
Mr. Charles Wood, the munitions mag- 
nate, for a job counting the cannons as 
they came out. As the war progressed, 
"Stanby" Bray turned traitor to the cause 
for the glorified job as janitor, cleaning 
and sweeping out the enemy's trenches. 
Being the class prophet, I noticed many 
honorable positions which were filled by 
those of the May graduating class of 
1935. Among these was Miss Fannie 



Peckler, the head of the vast secretarial 
department of the Wood Cannon and 
Munitions Co. 

Miss Laura Crim living up to the name 
of "Snake" was spying on the gallant en- 
emy's army. She got more information 
than she could remember. What a wo- 
man! 

It was good to see and hear of some- 
thing besides war- — Hugh P. Cash is an- 
nounced as candidate for Governorship 
of North Carolina. He filled the bill. 

Among the war correspondents of the 
day are Ethel Mae Angelo and Odell 
Salmon. They never make a mistake be- 
cause they write with safety pins. 

The war ended as suddenly as it had 
begun! Eugene Liipfert, the notorious 
lawyer-politician, has just concluded ne- 
gotiations with the French diplomat, Mar- 
garet Home, the first battle of words ev- 
er won from the "weaker" sex. 

After the armistice, Mr. Fred Kirby 
was appointed to collect the war debts. 
He was successful in almost every case. 
The method? Simple, he threatened to 
challenge each head of the governments 
to a fist fight. Professor John Rankin has 
been employed to find ways to spend the 
money. 

Warden Horace Raper of state prison 
announces that he has perfected a new 
method of criminal correction. He has 
started an honor system — doing away 
with bars and guards. 

Doctor Bill Payne has become famous 
for his cheap substitute for gasoline. 

Wallace Dunn, unemployed since pa- 
per shirts put all the laundries out of bus- 
iness, is running for president on the Un- 
employed Party ticket. Miss Alice Rose 
is being run as Vice President to draw the 
votes of all the unmarried ladies. Irvin 
Cobb is furnishing financial backing for 
the campaign. 

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SUPERLATIVES OF MAY CLASS 



MOST INTELLECTUAL 

Mary Jane Lindley 

Randolph Reece 

MOST ATHLETIC 

Mary Lewis Hutchison 

Shore Neal 



BEST-ALL-ROUND 

MOST POPULAR 

Mary Jane Lindley 

Dick Myers 



BEST LOOKING 

Geraldine Tuttle 

M. G. Brown 

BIGGEST FLIRTS 
Maxine Pusey 
Herman Bray 



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SUPER DISTINCTIONS OF THE MAY CLASS 



MOST VERTICAL 

M. G. Brown 
Josephine Hutchison 

WITTIEST 

Andrew Sutton 

Celeste Flynt 

MOST LOQUACIOUS 

Stanby Bray 

Maxine Pusey 

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BIGGEST FEET 
Eugene Liipfert 
Nancie Dixon 

JOLLIEST 
Sam Willeford 
Peggy Bowen 



BIGGEST EATER 

John Rankin 

Mary Lewis Hutchison 

SHORTEST 
Warren Spear 
Catherine Beck 

DUMBEST 
Price Cornelius 

Mike Disher 
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So far removed is the delicate magnifi- 
cence of the Duke Chapel from the rude, 
red school house of by-gone days, we 
hardly consider them together. Yet, al- 
though the former represents the finest in 
education, and the one-room school, the 
poorest, the chapel sprang from the red 
shanty. The modern school combines 
the basic teaching methods of the red 
school with the moderness of the univer- 
sity; it combines the best of both of the 
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1 IB Mrs. Marjorie S. Stephenson 9A Miss Faye Martin 

10A Miss Irene Jones 9B Miss Margaret Bailey 

10B Miss Katherine Rogers 8 A Miss Lessie Brown Phillips 

8B Miss Annie Preston Heilig 



CLASS PRESIDENTS 



11B Weldon Darnell 
10A Bill Brooks 



10B Julian Dayc 
9B Bill Cofer 



8A Bill Isley 



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Modern aviation was born in North 
Carolina. It was on the wind-swept 
wastes of Kitty Hawk that man, through 
two brothers — Wilbur and Orville 
Wright — conquered the air. Since then 
North Carolina has continued to foster 
and to promote this latest achievement of 
man over his surroundings. 




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BOYS TENNIS TEAM 

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GIRLS BASEBALL TEAM 



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VOLUNTARY COACHES 



Miss Lessie Brown Phillips, coach of 
girls basketball. 

Mr. Jobie Hawn, coach of football. 

Mr. C. C. Smith, coach of football and 
baseball for boys. 

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

Mr. B. B. Redmond, coach of football 
and girls basketball. 

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

Mr. Frank Spencer, coach of girls 
baseball. 




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North Carolina has a great distinction 
musically. The North Carolina Sym- 
phony Orchestra, directed by Lamar 
Stringfield, himself a Pulitzer prize win- 
ner, became the first state controlled sym- 
phony. In the field of jazz, we find three 
outstanding maestros — Jan Garber, Hal 
Kemp, and Kay Kyser — native sons of 
the Old North State. Along with the 
other Southern states, North Carolina 
furnished the birthplace of the only true 
American music — the negro spirituals and 
melodies. 




STUDENT COUNCIL 

Richard Goolsby, Hugh Cash, Warren Spear, Lawrence Mcintosh, Odell Salmon, 
Mary Jane Lindley, Peggy Bowen, Shore Neal, Wilfred Hahn, Phil Walker, Charles 
Speas, Sam King, Melmuth Thompson, Albert Wilson, James Gray, Miss Bailey. 



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STUDENT GOVERNMENT ASSOCIATION 

Hugh Cash President 

Warren Spear Vice President 

Richard Goolsby Secretary 

Lawrence Mcintosh Treasurer 



Hugh Cash 
Peggy Bowen 
Mary Jane Lindley 
Warren Spear 
Odell Salmon 



Miss Margaret Bailey 



STUDENT COUNCIL 

Shore Neal 
Richard Goolsby 
Wilfred Hahn 
Phil Walker 
Charles Speas 

FACULTY ADVISERS 



Sam King 

Lawrence Mcintosh 
James Gray 
Albert Wilson 
Melmuth Thompson 



Mr. L. W. Crowell 



Ann Whaling 
Nissen Shore 
Mark Cauble 
Columbus Ball 
Sue Davis 
Willie Angel 
Fred Smith 
Evelyn Bailey 
Horace Grubbs 
Paul Early 
David Reid 
LeGrand Johnson 
Mabel Roberts 



HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES 

Eugene Liipfert r Speaker 

Bill Brooks Speaker Pro Tem 

Hughes Grogan Secretary 

Josephine Hutchison Treasurer 

Robert Froeber Member to Council 

Ruby Lee Jones June Porter 

Richard Shore Billy Cofer 

Harry Lee Nunn Richard Bean 

Mabel Claire Davis Billy Stewart 

Archie Taylor Langdon Montgomery 

Betsy Trotter Paul Davis 

Ruby Hunt R. S. Kiger, Jr. 

Billy Angelo Clemmie Willard 

Emily Morris Joe Minor 

Thelma Adams Mary Townsend 

A. H. Kimel Calder Womble 

Louise Robbins Frank Alspaugh 

Marie Kimball 



FACULTY ADVISERS 
Miss Margaret Lumpkin Miss Katherine Rogers Mr. Ralph Brimley 



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James Willis, Randolph Reece, Paul Early, William Singletary, Andrew Sutton, 
M. G. Brown, Ethel Mae Angelo, Clifton Naughton, Clarice Bodenheimer, Margaret 
Home, Mary Jane Lindley, Miss Mary Sterling. 



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PINE WHISPERS STAFF 

William Singletary Ethel Mae Angelo, Dick Myers, Andrew Sutton, Odell Salmon, 
M. G. Brown, Paul Early, Randolph Reece, Miss Mary Sterling. 



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BLACK AND GOLD STAFF 

EDITORIAL STAFF 

Randolph Reece Editor-in-chief 

Paul Early Managing Editor Ethel Mae Angelo Associate Editor 

William Singletary. -Organization Editor Jessie Evans Brunt Associate Editor 

Andrew Sutton Feature Editor M. G. Brown Associate Editor 

LITERARY STAFF 

Mary Jane Lindley Senior Editor Margaret Home Senior Editor 

Clarice Bodenheimer Senior Editor 

Eugene Williams Ella Jordan Ogburn J. B. Stallings 

ART STAFF 

Clifton Naughton Art Editor 

Lena Sue Shermer Aubrie Enochs Phillip Cantz 

Joe Bill White Muriel Brietz Mildred Swain 

Bill Miller 

TYPISTS 
Selma Berlin Fannie Peckler 

BUSINESS STAFF 

Jimmie Willis Business Manager 

Andrew Sutton Joe Resnick Peggy Bowen 

Dick Myers Edna Earl Clinard Bill Eagle 

Gertrude Sosnick 
Miss Mary Sterling Literary Adviser Mr. *L. W. Crowell Business Adviser 

PINE WHISPERS STAFF 

Ethel Mae Angelo Editor-in-chief 

William Singletary Managing Editor 

ASSOCIATE EDITORS 
Paul Early Randolph Reece Clifton Naughton 

SPORTS EDITORS 
Odell Salmon M. G. Brown Andrew Sutton 

EXCHANGE EDITORS 
Jessie Evans Brunt Eugene Williams 

REPORTERS 
Mildred Swain Marguerite Pegram Sam Willeford 

Luke Bagnal Bill Eagle Margaret Home 

Richard Goolsby Edna Earl Clinard Sam Smith 

J. B. Stallings Lena Sue Shermer 

BUSINESS STAFF 

Richard Myers Business Manager 

Eugene Liipfert Bill Eagle Joe Reznick 

Andrew Sutton Maxine Pusey Peggy Bowen 

Edna Earl Clinard Gertrude Sosnik Wilson Boiling 

Miss Mary Sterling Literary Adviser Mr. L. W. Crowell Business Adviser 

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ODD NUMBER CHAPTER QUILL AND SCROLL 

Odell Salmon, Randolph Reece, Ethel Mae Angelo, Clifton Naughton, William 
Singletary, Andrew Sutton, Mary Jane Lindley, Paul Early, Margaret Home, M. G. 
Brown. 



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NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY 

M. G. Brown, Randolph Reece, P. T. Wilson, Mary Jane Lindley, Jeannctte Piatt, 
Elizabeth Mendenhall, Eugene Liipfert, Ethel Mae Angelo, Patsy Allen, Maude Anna 
Butner, Theresa Wall, Charles Landreth, Geraldine Tuttle, Geraldine Pearce, Gertrude 
Sosnik, Esther Hinshaw, Fannie Peckler, Tom Lumpkin, Geraldine Baynes, Marian 
Sosnik, Bill Diehl, William Singletary, Martha Dillard, Helen Hoover, Roy Hege, 
Horace Raper. 

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DEBATING TEAM, 1935 

Query: Resolved, That the United States should adopt the policy of extending 
federal aid to general public education. 

AFFIRMATIVE 
Marguerite Pegram Anderson Ashburn 

NEGATIVE 

William Hubbard Bill Froelich 

Captain of Squad: 

Bill Eagle 

Miss Mildred Moores, Coach. 

Schedule-March 28, 1935 

Affirmative vs High Point — There 

Negative vs Greensboro — Here 

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Front row— Cranfill, Browning, Ellis, Martin, Reynolds, Walker, Minor, Allen, Blackburn, Holleman, Gentry. 

Second tow— Honeycutt, Foy, Everhart, Hedric, Surratt, Kim-el. Keenan, Tatum, Rink, Fulk, Grubbs, 

Mr. Elrick. Back row— Johnson, Bostic, Bryant, Brinegar, Moser, Jordan, Idol, Gifoson. 

REYNOLDS HIGH SCHOOL PRINT SHOP 

A full time vocational program was carried on in the print shop this year — all 
classes being conducted on double period or "trade printing" schedule. Students in 
advanced courses had the privilege of working in various commercial printing estab- 
lishments as a part of their trade training; eight shops participated in this. 

A night school class was conducted for those not enrolled in day school. The 
Printers Club continued its work. The first annual Printers Club award for out- 
standing work in printing was given this year; Perry Ellis was the winner. 

This Black and Gold is probably the largest single job ever produced in this shop. 
"Pine Whispers" and "The Scribbler" were also printed as well as most of the job 
printing for the schools and all other city departments. Work in bookbinding was 
introduced this year— over 200 volumes being bound for students and teachers. 

Mr. W. M. Crawley was secured for presswork on the annual. All other work 
was done by students and in- 
structor. Henry Pleasants, Per- 
ry Ellis and Billy Foy deserve 
special mention for their work. 





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HUGH CASH 

Winner First Place 

Lenoir Rhyne Declamation Contest 

Award of 

Four Year Partial Scholarship 

and 

Declamation Medal 




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These three unique enlargements of 
well-known household necessities, the 
coffee-pot, a bureau, and a chair, have 
struck a new note in advertising. The 
coffee pot, steeped in interesting stories 
of old Salem, was the trademark for a 
tinner; the bureau represents an industry 
and a city, High Point, the furniture city; 
the chair trade-marks Thomasville and 
the largest chair factory in the United 
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Through the genius of two men, North 
Carolina has seized rightfully the crown 
of one of the major industries of the 
world. The golden weed tobacco has 
been the keynote of North Carolina's 
progress, and she in turn has developed 
it to its place of prominence. The mod- 
ern factory is a concrete memorial to the 
man who brought tobacco from the small- 
ness of the tobacco barn to a world wide 
industry. It has given men and women in 
all walks of life unlimited pleasure. 





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CLIPPINGS FROM OLD BLACK AND GOLDS 




Lessie Brown Phillips 

Hobby — Collecting Poetry 
Ambition — To Get Married 
National Honor Society; "Black and Gold" 
Staff; State Penmanship Champion; G-Y 
Club; Le Cercle Francais; Dramatic- Club; 
Cafeteria Club. 

Elizabeth Bynum Kapp 

"Lib" 
Hobby — Gadding About 
Ambition—To Be An Artist 
Athletic Association 1 , 2. 3; Rooters Club 
4; Girl Scout 1, 2; Class Basketball 3, 4; 
Class Tennis 3; Vice President Tarheel 
Club 3; Dramatic Club 4; Student-Y Club 
4; Varsity Tennis 4; National Honor So- 
ciety 4; Hikers Club 4. 

Janie Davenport Weaver 

"Jinks" 

Hobby — Reading 

Ambition — To Be A Doctor 

G-Y Club; Le Cercle Francais; Athletic 

Association. 

May Eugenia Kreeger 

"Hicker" 
Hobby — Athletics 
Ambition — To Be A Librarian 
National Honor Society; "Pine Whispers" 
Staff; G-Y Club; Le Cercle Francais; Lib- 
rary Page; Cafeteria Club; Varsity Bas- 
ketball Squad; Varsity Hockey Team. 

Mary Elizabeth Sterling 

Latin 
Hobby — Collecting McCleland Barclay's 
Drawings 
Ambition — To Sponsor A High School 
Newspaper 
Nat'l. Hon Soc. 4; Pres. 4; Pine Whispers 
3, 4; Varsity Tennis 2, 3, 4; Mgr. 3; Var- 
sity Hockey 4; G-Hi 3, 4; Math. Club 
Pres. 4; Orchestra 3. 4; Class Baseball; 
Class Soccer 2, 3, 4; Cafeteria Club 3; 
Athletic Association 2, 3, 4; Thurs. Morn- 
ing Book Club 2; Library Page 2; Mono- 
gram Club 3, 4; Athletic Council 3; Re- 
serve Basketball Squad 3; Cashiers Club 

2, 4; Winner World Hero Contest 2; Win- 
ner Library Contest 2; Winner Thrift Con- 
test 4; May Day Fete 2. 4; Class Histori- 
an 4; Winner $200 Journal Scholarship. 

Marjorie Vance (Siewers) 
Stephenson 

"Boj" 
Hobby — Dramatics 
Ambition — To Be A Torch Singer 
La Bande Alerts 3; G-Y 3; President G-Y 
4; Pres. Dramatics Club 4; Managing Edi- 
tor of "Pine Whispers"; Magazine Club 

3, 4; Cafeteria Club 3, 4; Nat. Hon. Soc; 
Athletic Association 4; Class Basketball 4. 

Mildred Ferguson 

Hobby — Commercial Stenographic 
Girl Scout 1; Athletic Association 4; Short- 
hand Club 4; Home Economics Club 4; 
English Club I. 

Ruth (Cook) Kiger 

Hobby — Reading 

Ambition— To Travel 

Member Winston Hi Players; Le Cercle 

Francais; Athletic Association; Boosters 

Club. 

Joseph Thomas Pfohl 

"Joe" 

Hobby — Geology 

Ambition — Geology 

Member High School Orchestra; President 

Literary Digest Club. 

Mary Kathryn Emmart 

Member of Rooters Club; 1 Athletic Associ- 
ation; Charles D. Mclver Literary Society; 
Thrift Society— Safety League; Class Sta- 
tistician, 



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CLIPPINGS FROM OLD BLACK AND GOLDS 

(Continued) 




Hazel Stephenson 

Sweet promptings unto kindest deeds 
Were in her very look" 

Hobby — Reading 
Ambition— To Square The Circle 
Athletic Association; Thrift Society— Safe- 
ty League; Chairman of Debating Commit- 
tee and Chairman of Program Committee 
of Charles D. Mclver Literary Society; 
Treas. Rooters Club; Editor-in-Chief of 
Black and Gold. 



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Comfort, Durability, and Economy 

We are now making beautiful MAYO Athletic Shirts, 

as well as light, medium, and heavy weight underwear, 

in every desired size. 

See your MAYO Dealer to-day and outfit 
yourself for spring and summer. 

We also make a cheaper trimmed line of winter underwear of 
the following brands: 

MELOTEX and PIEDMONT 

Our MAYFAIR brand is used on Children's Waist Suits only. 

Made by Washington Mills Company 

Offices: Winston-Salem, N. C. 
Mills: Mayodan, N. C. 



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TAR HEEL JUMBLES 

The first theatrical performance given 
by the pupils of any school an N. C. was 
at the New Bern Academy in 1793. This 
performance pleased the officials so high- 
ly that they promoted school plays. 



There are nearly 8000 Indians in North 
Carolina. 



The Baptists are the strongest relig- 
ious body. 



July is supposed to be the warmest 
month in North Carolina. 



The original Siamese twins married 
sisters from Mount Airy. 



The governor has no veto power in 
this state. 



North Carolina is named for Charles 
II of England. 



There are over 100 different kinds of 
trees in North Carolina. 



North Carolina's three manufacturing 
cities listed under leading cities of the 
United States are Winston-Salem, Char- 
lotte, and Durham. 



N. C. opposed secession until after 
Lincoln's first call for troops. 



Raleigh, the capital, is in the same 
longitude as Niagra Falls and the Pana- 
ma Canal, and in the same latitude as 
Gibraltar and Southern Japan. 



The library at the University of N. C. 
has over 150,000 volumes. 



Chapel Hill was the home of the first 
state university in the United States. 



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hot water service at low cost! 



In the home served by a Hotpoint Electric Water Heater 
no time is wasted in waiting for water to heat. No time 
spent in heating "emergency" supplies on the kitchen range. 
No time spent running downstairs to turn the heater "on" 
or "off". The HOTPOINT ELECTRIC WATER HEATER 
is automatic. It supplies your every need when the need 
is there — and without waiting. This new trouble-free hot 
water service saves steps — releases time for other things. 

Our new low electric rates for water heating brings this 
modern convenience within the means of every home. 
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CAROLINA 



Carolina! Carolina! Heaven's blessings 
attend her! 

While we live we will cherish, protect, 
and defend her. 

Tho' the scorner may sneer at, and wit- 
lings defame her, 

Our hearts swell with gladness whenever 
we name her. 

Hurrah! Hurrah! The Old North State 
forever! 

Hurrah! Hurrah! the good Old North 
State. 

2. 
Tho' she envies not others their merited 

glory, 
Say whose name stands the foremost in 

Liberty's story? 
Tho' too true to herself e'er to crouch to 

oppression, 
What can yield to just rule more loyal 

submission? 
Chorus. 



Plain and artless her sons, but whose 

doors open faster 
At the knock of a stranger, or the tale of 

disaster? 
How like to the rudeness of their dear na- 
tive mountains, 
With rich ore in their bosoms and life 
in their fountains. 

Chorus. 



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And her daughters, the Queen of the for- 
est resemble 

So graceful, so constant, yet to gentlest 
breath trembling, 

And true lightwood at heart, let the 
match be applied them, 

How they kindle and flame! oh! none 
know but who've tried them. 

Chorus. 

5. 

Then let all who love us love the land 

land that we live in, 
(As happy a region as on this side of 

Heaven. ) 
Where Plenty and Freedom, Love and 

Peace smile before us, 
Raise aloud, raise together the heart 

thrilling chorus. 

Chorus. 



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Congratulations To The 
1935 Graduating Class 

We Are Happy To Have Had 

The Privilege Of Assisting You 

In Assembling Your Outfit 

For This Happy Event 

The Ideal Is A 100 Per Cent Home Town In- 
stitution, And We Are Proud Of Our 
Home Town Boys And Girls 



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We specialize in 

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W. S.—14 Francisco— 19 W. S.— 15 Sedge Garden— 18 

W. S.— .15 Walkertown— 29 W. S.— 26 _ Stoneville— 24 

W. S.— 17 Old Richmond— 19 W. S.— 25 Mineral Springs— 19 

W. S.— 21 Griffith— 31 W. S.-23 Mayodan-25 

W. S.— 11 Sedge Garden-21 w. S.— 21 Alexander Wilson-33 

™ c^c"" ■ W ^ lnUt ' C °n e ~!n W. S.-9 Mt. Airy-28 

W. S.— 15 Kernersville— 10 ^ T 

Wc ii /-i in W. o. — 22 Clemmons — 11 

. b. — 23 Clemmons — 19 

W. S.— 23 Mocksville-13 Total: 

W. S.— 24 Madison-13 Won— 7 Lost— 11 



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There Is a difference in barbers and barber shops 

HOTEL ROBERT E. LEE AND 
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AMONG N. C. AUTHORS 



Belk-Stevens 

Company 

Department Store 

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Thomas Clayton Wolfe was condemn- 
ed in his home town of Asheville for a 
book written by him of his life, family 
and friends. The names were barely 
changed and various characters were eas- 
ily recognized. That book — "Look 
Homeward Angel'' — however, won the 
Pulitzer Prize. 

Wilbur Daniel Steele — North Caroli- 
na's present contribution to literature — 
a writer of short stories — was born in 
Greensboro, N. C. 

One of the greatest Negro poets start- 
ed his career at Chapel Hill by writing 
love poems for the boys there in school. 

Paul Green, born at Lillington, N. G, 
was a winner of the Pulitzer Prize. His 
book was "In Abraham's Bosom". 

John Henry Boner, a poet of N. C. 
born in Winston-Salem, was one time 
connected with Journal and Sentinel. His 
most famous work was "Whispering 
Pines". 



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High School Students 

Always Find A 
HEARTY WELCOME 

At Hine-Bagby's Store. 



You will find new sport model 
suits, new hats, new shirts and a 
real nice assortment of everything 
the High School student needs. 

A Visit 
Will Be Appreciated. 

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Junior League Beauty Parlor, Inc. 

Robert E. Lee Hotel Mezzanine 
Winston-Salem, N. C. Phone 8620 



PROPHECY OF MAY CLASS 
(Continued from page 80) 

Miss Josephine Hutchison has been 
dropped from the payroll of the Erie Ca- 
nal Co. because she left the canal locks 
open all night and let the Great Lakes 
run into the ocean. She confessed that 
since she was not married, she wished to 
dry up Niagara Falls to ruin the honey- 
moon of her rival Geraldine Tuttle. The 
third party in the triangle is Charles Lo- 
man, movie and stage star. 

I received an invitation to visit one of 



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the newly discovered wonders of the 
world — The Gateway to the Underworld. 
Mrs. Nancie Dixon (she made her hus- 
band change his name) has built a wall 
around it and is charging admission foi 
"a glimpse into the future." I knelt on 
the brink and peered down, looking for 
more of my classmates. A long arm 
reached out of the pit and pulled me 
down. For some unknown reason I was 
not afraid, only irritated. I landed with 
a thud and waked to find myself in history 
class instead of where I had expected. 



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Post Graduate 
Scientific Corset Fitting 



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Fittings A Specialty 



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Graduate from one of the finest 

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Fully Accredited 



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Coats, Dresses, 
Suits 


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Live Wire Store 


! MINGTON SILKS 


DARLING SHOP 

Darling Dresses Always 

420 N. Liberty St. 


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j ors — No Fade — No Shrink — 100% 
Pure Silk and Pure Dye 

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W. S.-24 Sedge Garden— 9 

W. S.-23 Charlotte— 19 



W. S.— 44 __ North High-15 

W. S.— 21 Mineral Springs- 18 

W. S.-33 Walkertown-17 

W. S. — 33 Kernersville — 7 

W. S.— 38 Clemmons— 6 

W. S.-12 Old Richmond— 15 

W. S.-16 Mocksville-13 

W. S.-28 Grifflth-15 

W. S.-23 Madison-13 

W. S.-13 Spencer-15 

W. S.-34 Salisbury-26 

W. S.-18 Walnut Cove-22 

W. S. — 22 Greensboro — 21 

W. S.-ll High Point-16 

W. S.-22 Charlotte-28 

W. S.-13 Salisbury-14 

W. S.— 30 Greensboro— 24 

W. S.-25 . Welcome-23 

W. S.— 35 __. Stoneville-12 




W. S.— 25 Mayodan— 18 

W .S.-28 V. P. I.-34 

W. S.-14 High Point— 28 

W. S. — 41 Francisco — 8 

Total: 
Won— 17 Lost— 8 



Piedmont-Mutual Building & Loan Assn. 

The home owners' friend, 
Members Federal Home Loan Bank System 

OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS 

A. C. Stuart, President N. Mitchell, Secretary & Treasurer 
C. F. Benbow, Vice President B. C. Booe, Attorney 

B. C. Clinard J. M. Brown K. E. Shore C. C. Smithdeal 

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A Iveal JVlan's smoke 



Some years ago a way was dis- 
covered to make pipe smoking 
even more of a pleasure than it 
had ever been before, through 
taking the "bite" out of smoking 
tobacco. This discovery, made 
right here in Winston -Salem, 
changed the smoking habits of 



millions of men and led to the 
present world-wide esteem for 
Prince Albert. You are missing 
the full delight of pipe smoking 
if you don't smoke "P. A." It is 
cooler . . . burns slower . . . tastes 
better. And Prince Albert does 
not bite the tongue. 



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and make your selections from 

the latest styles and fashions 


modern methods of education. t : 


at popular prices 


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Home and Automobile 



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Holds tempature longer 
Operates on less current 



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'Lullaby of Broadway" — 
'Lovely to Look At" — __ 
'I Won't Dance" — 



'I'll Be Hard to Handle" — 



'Easy to Remember, So Hard to Forget' 
'Hands Across the Table" — 



'Blue Moon" — 

'Smoke Gets in Your Eyes" — 

'Lookie, Lookie, Lookie, Here Comes Cookie!' 
'Lazy Bones" — 

'You've Got Everything" — 

'Baby, Won't You Please Come Home?" — _ 



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Wall Paper, Paints, Varnishes 
Artist and Sign Writer Supplies 



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Telephone 2-0831 



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PIANO 



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HISTORY OF THE JANUARY 

CLASS OF 1935 

(Continued from page 36) 



learning, one Mr. Claude Joyner, who, 
hearing of the departure from the post of 
Mr. John Watson Moore, did consent to 
take and lead us on our travels through 
the Land of Learning. 

This the fourth year in the history of 
the great and wonderful Class of Five 
and Thirty has been one of hard labor 
and but little resting by the wayside; 
for preparations have been made ready 
for us to take our final departure from 
the Land. Then it happened that the 
members of the Class, as their greatness 
grew, desired to have written in the sand 
of time, so that all might see, their 
achievements, hopes, and fears. There- 
fore they appointed Lawrence Vickers as 
historian, and Hubert Couch as prophet. 
It also happened that a certain fair maid- 
en by the name of Lois Walker, having 
been given the one talent of making words 
rhyme one with the other, was beseeched 
to gather paper and pencil and bottles 
of ink, and write for us the words that we 



shall carry in our hearts. The maiden 
listened to our supplication and said, 
"Let there be words." And it was so. 
Now there was in the travels of this class 
a certain amount of worldly goods gath- 
ered together. Straightway the Class, 
abhorring waste, decided to will these 
goods to the undergraduates; so a certain 
member, called Elizabeth Widdifield, was 
appointed testator. And it also came to 
pass that a great shout did go up from 
the throats of the Class and the words 
thereof did find favor with the members 
of the Class and adopted it as a class 
motto: "It's good to know; it's better to 
do; it's best to be." And behold, they 
did pro.claim this motto throughout all 
the halls and corridors. 

So it has come to pass that of the one 
hundred and twenty that entered this 
land in the year One and Thirty, only 
seventy eight will depart, for many have 
fallen by the wayside. 

Four years hath the Class of Five and 
Thirty sojourned in the land, and gather- 
ed in large portions the fruits from the 
Tree of Knowledge and reaped a fair re- 
ward. 



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Lindsey Fishel, Service Manager 
Offices and Sales Service 

Dial 7801 Dial 7782 



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Nissen Drug Co. 
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Routine Thomas Jefferson planned for 
his daughter, Martha: 

From 8 to 10, practice music. 

From 10 to 1, dance one day and draw 
another. 

From 1 to 2, draw on the day you 
dance, and write a letter next day. 

From 3 to 4, read French. 

From 4 to 5, exercise yourself in music. 

From 5 to bed-time, read English, 
write, etc. 



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Power For Cold Starts; 
Power For Quick Acceleration; 
Power For Long Runs; 

Balanced Power Increases Your 

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In 1767 two surveyors named Mason 
and Dixon fixed the boundary line be- 
tween Pennsylvania and Maryland. This 
line became famous as the boundary be- 
tween the free States of the North and 
what were then the slave-holding States 
of the South. 



Commencement in medieval universities 
was the time when men ceased to be pu- 
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Has served the students of our 
city with the best merchandise 
available and we appreciate your 
business. 

Get It At Watkins 



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LAUNDERERS AND DRY CLEANERS 

Oldest, Largest, and Best 

Dial 4129 



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Crabs, Lobsters, Fresh Cook- 
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and all Varieties of Fish in 
Season. 



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SHOES 

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Shoe Store 

447 Trade Street 

ANSWERS TO BABY PAGE 



A Needle in Haystack Henry Lindley 

Many Moons Ago -Josephine Hutchinson 
Smooth Sailing Mary and Frazier Baldwin 

Baby Parade 

Stanby Bray and Tom Woodall 

First Step Tom Perry 

All Dressed Up Mary Jane Lindley 

Going Places Margaret Home 

Baby Cap Lawrence Mcintosh 



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M.ay Good Fortune 
Be Yours 



Is the Wish of 



Furniture Ru&s Draperies 

West 4th St. at Poplar 



For select foods call 



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Goldsmith Athletic Equipment I 

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"The Best Place to Get It" 



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is assured your 

garments when cleaned 

by our new process 

using 

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DU FONT'S DRY-CLEANING FLUID 



No "After-Cleaning" Odor 
Prompt Service . . . Careful Handling 

Dunn's Laundry 

Wachovia & Branch Sts. 

Phone 8153 

Winston-Salem, N. C. 



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N. C. in Quotes 



N— "Neatness is the crowning grace of 
womanhood. ' ' — Fontenelle 

O — "Obedience, alone, gives the right to 
Camard. " — Emerson 

R — "Reproof is a medicine like mercury 
or opium — if it be improperly ad- 
ministered, it will do harm instead of 
good." — Horace Mann 

T — "Tears are softening showers which 
cause the seed of Heaven to spring 
up in the Human Heart." — Sir Wal- 
ter Scott 

H — "Happiness is rare cosmetic." — G. }. 
W. Melville 

C — "Calamity is the test of integrity." 
— Richardson 

A — "As from a mine of magic store, 1 
drew words which were weapons." 
— Shelley 

R — "Reprove thy friend privately; com- 
mend him publicly." — Solon 

O — "Oaths are but words, and words but 
wind." — Bulter 

L — "Lashed into Latin by the tingling 
rod." — Gay 

I — "Ignorance is the dominion of absurd- 
ity." — Froude 

N — "Neutral men are the devil's allies." 
— Chapin 

A — "Action is the parent of results." 
— Mullack 




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PHARMACY, INC. 

"Foot Summit Street Hill" 

Plenty of parking space and 
plenty of room inside. A nice 
place to meet your friends. 

PROMPT AND COURTEOUS 

Curb Service 



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White Drivers 



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Reynolds High School, We Ap- 
preciate Your Business. 

"A Position For Every Graduate," 
Is Our Slogan. 



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Winston-Salem Dial 2-0121 



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FILET- ITALIAN CUT WORK 



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PROPHECY OF JANUARY CLASS, 

1935 

(Continued from page 38) 



Opal Hall, Clarice Bodenheimer, Frances 
Shermer, who were lured to the tropical 
island by the fatally irresistable magne- 
tism of their erstwhile Cuban classmate. 

(Eighth, small embroidered) Now I see 
an immense bill board, and what does it 
say? A second great torch-singer of 
the day, Virginia Cook is still carrying 
the torch. 

(Ninth, plain, white, small) A large 
building: Why, it is a convent! A fair 
lady, disappointed in some love affair, 
has become a nun and devotes her life 
to going about the world doing good. 
Her name is lost now, for she is called 
"Sister Maria", but I see her face and she 
is Georgia Hassel. 

(Tenth and Eleventh, plain white) 
Two more handkerchiefs, and they seem 
to cling together. I take them up at 
once and see two happy wives making 
sunshine and music within their walls. 



I see them exchanging confidences over 
the fence as to this or that domestic 
difficulty, or culinary or maternal triumph, 
and see how, even in their marriage could 
never be divided, who were so insepar- 
able as Mayme Dowell and Camilla 
Sprinkle. 

(A small piece of rope) I see a crowd 
of people applauding. Their eyes speak 
hero worship. Who is this daring young 
gentleman on the flying trapeze? I recog- 
nize the physique of D. B. Grubbs. A 
troop of jugglers is 1 traveling with him — 
Raymond Kirkman, Thomas Johnson, 
Harold Petree, Henry Bridges, and Char- 
les Knighten. 

(Pin) This pin is the emblem of a 
newly organized society for the further 
prevention of deempleophobia, organized 
by Clyde Hunt. Prominent members of 
this society are Richard Davis, Russel 
Berthold,, Ed Peddycord, and E. G. Self. 

(Ribbon) I find myself within the por- 
tals of the Hall of Fame. 1 am dazzled 
by the phenomenal talent in this por- 



COMPLIMENTS OF 



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224 N. MARSHALL ST. 



CADILLAC— LA-SALLE— OLDSMOBILE 



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trait of Wade Grubbs, Who has succeed- +'■' '"' '*■' '"' '■' '"' '■' '"' '"' '"' '"' '"' ■"■ *"•" •$• 

ed in photographing the soul of one of I 

his troop of trained fleas as it departed to J Visit { 

worlds unknown. I see the portrait' at a J ^^ j 

closer view— the artist's name— Jack j Hotel ( T\ODt. lL. Lee j 

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Mr. Representative, brave and wise I v^OIIGc OlLOJ) 

official of the illustrious class of 1935, I 

my duty is at an end, and the future is ' 

hereafter to thee an open book. May • mnn(; I 

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have marked out for your footsteps, and | At Reasonable Prices j 

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Sporting Goods . 

GE Refrigerators — Radio's and Appliances 

BOCOCK-STROUD COMPANY I 

431 Trade St. 

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205 West 4th Street 
Winston-Salem, N. C. 



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For smart young things with their own fashion 

ideas Frocks and Suits individual in style 

and reasonable in price. 

The 

YOUNG MODERN'S 
SHOP 

THIRD FLOOR 

SOSNIK'S 

West Fourth at Spruce St. 



BACK TO THE NURSERY 



Peter, Peter, Thomas Wilson 
Had a wife and couldn't keep her 
So she got a divorce — 

Little Jake Horne(r) sat in the corner 
Eating his Christmas pie, 
He put in his thumb and said 
"Fingers were invented before forks". 

Humpty Dumpty sat on a wall; 
Humpty Dumpty had a great fall — 
Banana peel? 



Little E. T. come blow your horn 
Cause nobody else in gonna blow it for 
you— 

Little Tommy Lumpkin 

Sings for his supper 

If he's any thing like most of the radio 

crooners all he would get would be 

a rotten egg. 

Jack Alex Ander, Jack be quick, 
Jack, jump over the candlestick. 
Um^Um-Um — he just can't get over. 

By Emma J. Einstein 



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IMPORTERS 

Vacation Clofhes 

Golf Suits, Tennis Frocks, Beach Wear, Evening, and 
Dinner Gowns. 



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DOUGLAS 

Battery Mfg. Co. 



SPECIAL ATTENTION 
TO NEEDS OF GRADUATES 

We outfit you from 
"head to foot." 



Quality Merchandise — Reasonable Prices 



634 N. Trade St. 



Dial 4107 




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EXCHANGES FROM OTHER SCHOOLS 



The Trumpet 
Hillsville High 
Hillsville, Va. 

The Guilfordian 
Guilford College, N. C. 

The Greenbriers 
Greenbrier Military 

Academy 
Lewisburg, W. Va. 
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The Torch 

E. Mitchell College 

Misenheimer, N. C. 

Cathedral Chimes 

Cathedral High 

Los Angeles, California 

The Monicle 

John Marshall High 

Richmond, Va. 



The Havermale News 
Havermale Jr. High 
Spokane, Washington 

The Tiger Talks 
Jackson High 
Jackson, Miss. 

The Book Strap 
Charleston High 
Charleston, W. Va. 



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Barber Photo Supply Co. 

Commercial Photographers 



KODAKS COPYING 

FINISHING ENLARGING 

FRAMING TINTING 

106 W. 5th St. Opp. Post Office 
Winston-Salem, N. C. 






White Shoes For Graduation 
White — Brown and White 

See these beautiful shoes before 
buying. 

Medium and High Heels— $4.95 
Low Heels— $3.95 

Simmons Shoe Store 

444 Trade Street 
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SAVINGS -:- LOANS 

CONTINUOUSLY SINCE 1889 



WINSTON-SALEM BLDG. & LOAN ASSN. 

M. G. FOLLIN, SEC'Y-TREAS. 

249 NORTH MAIN CORNER THIRD STREET 



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See The Neiv 

BLACK AND GOLD 

REMINGTON PORTABLE 

TYPEWRITER 



Rawley & Apperson, Inc. 

234 North Main St. Phone 5223 



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Cromer Brothers Co., 

Inc. 
Wholesale Grocers 



Institutional Supplies 
A Specialty 



Cheyenne Indian News 
St. Francis Community 
St. Francis, Kansas 

The Scribbler 
North High 
City 

The Blackbend 
Rocky Mount High 
Rocky Mount, N. C. 



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Central High Warrior 
High Central High 
Memphis, Tenn. 

The Montgomery Siren 
Montgomery High 
Montgomery, W. Va. 

The Broadcaster 
Whitehaven High 
Whitehaven, Tenn. 



Fair Views 
Fairview Junior High 
Memphis, Tenn. 

The Brackety-Ack 
Roanoke College 
Salem, Va. 

The Tiger 
Clemson College 
Clemson, S. C. 



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Grocery Co. 



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SERVICE 

Competent Operators 



406 West Fourth Street 



Tel, 9644 



GOOD CLOTHES 

Are an important part of any boy's or young 
man's equipment for life's work. 

Good Clothes Are Our Life's Work 

May We Get Together Soon? 

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COMPLIMENTS OF 



FORSYTH MOTORS, INC 



DISTRIBUTORS OF BUICK AND PONTIAC 



133 N. MAINiST. 



WINSTON-SALEM 



PHONE 4166 



The Pilot 

Port Authur High 

Port Authur, Texas 

The Hi Po 

High Point College 

High Point, N. C. 

The Ring-turn Phi 
Washington and Lee 
University 



Pointer 

High Point High 

High Point, N. C. 

Radiogram 

Chas. L. Coon High 

Wilson, N. C. 

The Bantam 
Charleston High 
Charleston, S. C. 



Lexington. Va. 
Duke Chronicle 
Duke University 

Goldsboro Hi News 
Goldsboro High 
Goldsboro, N. C. 

Entre Plamboyanes 
Fajardo High 
Fajardo, Puerto Rico 



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Daily Arrivals 

They are the newest fashion 
and you'll like them. 



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209 W. Fourth St. 



The Basketeria Store 

"Food Service Supreme" 

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851 Reynolda Road 
Phone 4123 We Deliver 



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FROBER-NORFLEET, INC. 



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Cleans Up Everything 



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THE LIFE OF A FORD 
Bumps are real, and roads are earnest 
But the junk pile's not the end 
Though rust thou art to rust returneth 
Are thou not a trusty friend? 

Gas you burn, and oil you guzzle 
Heedless of the great expense 
Sparks, and bulbs to light your snozzle,- 
An awful ride my recompense! 

Tired your limbs, un-tired your wheels, 
Your frame unfit for spring time thrills 
Rust thou art, to rust returneth. 



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SHOES HOSIERY 
LUGGAGE 

SHOE REPAIRING 



HINE'S 

WEST FOURTH 

SEVEN WONDERS OF R.J.R. 

1. The cigar of Mr. C. R. Joyner. 

2. Harmony in the band 

3. Tommy Davis's Packard 

4. Dick Gcolsby's track training 

5. Randy Reece's intellectuality 

6. Blanch McCracken's football team 

7. The coot in the courtyard 



The first dramatic representation in 
America was "The Merchant of Venice'' 
in Williamsburg, Virginia. 



IndenD 

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Swim Suits For 1935 



Latest In Style 

And Made Of 

Highest Quality 




A Model For All 
The Family 

Tropic Trunk 

And Brassiers 

Also Many New 

Features 



Sold By Your 
Favorite Store 



Made In 

Winston-Salem 

Sold Everywhere 



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FOR 
HANES SHORTS! 



Here's cheering news for hips that never have 
a free hand. They'll get plenty of play in Hanes 
Shorts! You can stoop, stand, stretch, or walk 
and Hanes won't ever balk! That's because 
Hanes Shorts don't hug — they hang; drape in 
a free, easy-flowing line from your waist to the 
hems in the legs. And get THIS about the colors: 
We guarantee they'll never run out on the job! 
If you want a shirt good enough to go with 
your shorts, you better ask for a Hanes. They're 
elastic-knit in a soft, cool fabric that wash- 
ing can't make limp. The minute you put 
a Hanes on your back, it snuggles right 
up to your body— as spruce and clean-cut 
as you'd want! And look how deep down 
the tail goes ... so far below your waistline 
that it can't roll up and bulge! Gentlemen, 
that is comfort. See your Hanes dealer 
today. P. H. Hanes Knitting Company, 
Winston-Salem, N. C. 



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