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Volume XXIX 

Jetty Wood 

Editor-in-Chie£ Gray Section 

Frances Gartner 

Editor-in-Chief Hanes Section 

Phyllis Gordon 

Editor-in-Chief Reynolds Section 

Bahnson Gray 

Business Manager 




North CaroHna Room 
Forsyth County Public Library 
660 West Fifth Street 
Winston-Salem, NC 27101 





Published Annually By Black And Gold Staffs 
Of The Winston-Salem High Schools 










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Remember the small paperback pamphlets that proudly 
bore the name of Black and Gold? Since that time, little 
more than a score of years ago, the Black and Gold has 
tried to make improvements each year. The step of progress 
for the 1940 edition was the addition of color to the en- 
larged book of 1939. 

We are proud of this addition and are happy to present 
it to you. This is your book, and the Black and Gold Staff 
sincerely hopes that you will enjoy it as such. 






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C. E. Elbersoc. Dr. W. H. Sprunt. J. W. Moore. E. F. Tullock, |. H. Brunt. B. S. Womble. Mrs. W. L. Wharton, N. Mitchell 

^Winiton-^SaU/n ^Schoof HBoaxd 

Eight outstanding citizens compose the School Board of Winston-Salem. With 
B. S. Womble serving as Chairman, the committee includes Mrs. W. L. Wharton, 
N. Mitchell, E, F. Tullock, C. E. Elberson, J. W. Moore, Superintendent of Win- 
ston-Salem Schools, J. H. Brunt, Dr. W. H. Sprunt, Jr. It is their duty to advise 
and direct the problems and affairs which concern the city schools. They have 
met these demands with sincere and conscientious effort. The students are truly in- 
debted for their many services in improving the general welfare of the school. 









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C M. HEDRICK, JR. 

Reynolds June Class 

September 2, 1923 
Decemter 30, 1938 

ROBERT BROWN 

Gray High School 

September 13, 1922 

January 14, 1940 

HELEN HUFF 

Gray High School 

June 27, 1924 

October 20, 1939 

JACK HAUSER 

Gray High School 

February 7, 1923 

June 14, 1939 








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This year has brought several changes to our school. Before school began the beau- 
tiful new south end addition was built. In this section of the building we have a new 
chemistry laboratory, a large study hall, class rooms, an elevated sound-proof music 
room, and a woodwork shop. In November the name of "dear old alma mater" was 
changed from South High School to James A. Gray High School. We feel that we 
could not have chosen a more suitable name, since Mr. Gray's attitude toward ed- 
ucational advancement of the community did much to bring about Winston-Salem's 
present school system. 



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KERMIT GLENN PHILLIPS, A. B. 

University of North Carolina 
Principal of James A. Gray High School 

"An inspirational educator" is the way the press described him during his success- 
ful campaign for the vice-presidency of the North Carolina Education Association. 
We would supplement this tribute with other qualities we have observed: those of a 
wise leader, sincere adviser, and loyal friend. 




For her constant devotion, her never-tiring patience, her 
friendliness, her inspiring services to Gray, and her under- 
standing in all matters, we lovingly dedicate our section of 
the BLACK and GOLD. 






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Virginia Louise Allen 

HEAD OF LANGUAGE DEPARTMENT 

B. S., Salem College 

Sarah Anderson 

MATHEMATICS DEPARTMENT 

Salem College 

W. C. U. N. C. 

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James L. Barnhardt 

MATHEMATICS DEPARTMENT 
A. B., University of North Carolina 

Ivan J. Basch 

HEAD OF INDUSTRIAL ARTS DEPARTMENT 

B. S., Miami University 

University of Detroit 

Eleanor Cain Blackmore 

HEAD OF MATHEMATICS DEPARTMENT 

A. B., Salem College 

Science Department 

B. S.. Guilford College 

James Allen Bunn 

SCIENCE DEPARTMENT 
A. B. Guilford College 

Caroline Diehl 

LANGUAGE DEPARTMENT 

A. B.. Salem College 
M. A., University of North Carolina 

Lawrence A. Fox 

INDUSTRIAL ARTS DEPARTMENT 
Iowa State Teachers College of Manual Arts 

Virginia Garner 

MATHEMATICS DEPARTMENT 
A. B., Winthrop College 





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Daisy Lee Glasgow 

HEAD OF SOCIAL SCIENCE DEPARTMENT 

A. B., M. A., Salem College 
Colombia University 

Hattie Googe 

MATHEMATICS DEPARTMENT 
^^ A. B., Salem College 



Theodore E. Griffin 

SOCIAL SCIENCE DEPARTMENT 
A. B., Guilford College 






Kathleen Hall 

SOCIAL SCIENCE DEPARTMENT 
A. B., University of North Carolina 

Rheta B. Hyatt 

HEAD OF HOME ECONOMICS DEPARTMENT 

A. B., Asheville Teachers College 

East Carolina Teachers College 

University of Chicago 

Virginia Batte Johnston 

SOCIAL SCIENCE DEPARTMENT 

University of North Carolina 



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Grace Kimery Maddrey 

HOME ECONOMICS DEPARTMENT 
B. S-. Guilford College 

Fannie Love Mecum 

ENGLISH DEPARTMENT 

Greensboro Woman's College 
Duke University 

Ruth Frances Meinung 

HEAD OF SCIENCE DEPARTMENT 

A. B., Salem College 

University of North Carolina 

Columbia University 

Mildred Newsom 

SECRETARY TO PRINCIPAL 

Tiny M. Odom 

COMMERCIAL DEPARTMENT 

A. B., Columbia University 
Columbia College 








Dessie Potter 

COMMERCIAL DEPARTMENT 
A. B-, Bowling Green College of Commerce 

Artelee Puett 

HEAD OF COMMERCIAL DEPARTMENT 

B. E., B. A.. Woman's College 
University of North Carolina 

Joseph A. Renn 

INDUSTRIAL ARTS DEPARTMENT 
B. S-, North Carolina State College 

Lavenia Fuller Robinson 

ENGLISH DEPARTMENT 

B. S., Meredith College 
North Carolina State College 






Mary Pegram Scott 

ENGLISH DEPARTMENT 

A. B., Greensboro College 

Ned Raeford Smith 

SOCIAL SCIENCE DEPARTMENT 

B. S., Meredith College 
Salem College 

Arthur Steere 

MUSIC DEPARTMENT 
A. B-, Elon College 

Moselle Stephenson 

HEAD OF ENGLISH DEPARTMENT 
A. B., Winthrop College 

Clara Evelyn Tiller 

ENGLISH DEPARTMENT 

B. S., Harrisburg College 
William and Mary College 

Peabody College 

Thomas Hall Wetmore 

ENGLISH DEPARTMENT 

A. B., Lincoln Memorial University 
Duke University 











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That the "spirit" of a school determines in large 
measures its success is a recognized fact. That the 
responsibility for the quality of this thing school- 
spirit rests in the hearts of its leaders is also a fact 
that is self-evident. Because these facts are true it 
is entirely fitting that we take this opportunity to say 
a sincere "thank you" to a splendid group of leaders. 
They have directed the work of Gray High's student 
organization during 1939-40 and the spirit of loyalty 
and cooperation in the student body bears witness 
of fine quality of their leadership. 

Our hats are off to these fine leaders: left to right 
top Bill Pulliam, vice-president, 1940; Elisabeth Clay, 
president, 1940; Harry Bowman, president, 1939; Dor- 
thy Darnell, vice-president, 1939; center Mae Jarvis, 
secretary, 1940, Marion Koontz, secretary, 1939; bot- 
tom Jimmy Hauser, assistant secretary, 1940; Percy 
Wall, assistant secretary, 1939. 

The faithful members of the student board, some of 
whom are shown in the group picture above, are: 
Harry Bowman, Dorthy Darnell, Marion Koontz, 
Percy Wall, Elisabeth Clay, Bill Simpson, Sue Long, 
Norwood Green, Margaret Hege, Louis McNair, 
Nancy Mann, Troy Watts, Christine Hall, Tom 
Shore, Betty Jane Smith, Lawrence Newsome, Frank 
Vestal, Billy Money, Alice Mae Cude, Charles John- 



son, Violet Humphries, Herbert Baker, George Pee- 
bles, Bobby Gilbert, Mahlon Stamper, Rebekah Al- 
spaugh, Donald Cook, James Southern, Robert Will- 
iams, Lawrence Merritt, Lenue James, George Jarvis, 
Harold Gibson, Thelma Seay, Juanita Hester, Hazel 
Peddycord, Ralph Money, Thomas Carter, Frances 
Stewart, Marshall Fesperman, David Stonestreet, 
Meredith King, Frances Barrow, Hall Crews Miller, 
Alton Allen, Margaret Sharp, Billy Yokely, Henri- 
etta Stout, Reece Bauguess, Jetty Wood, Helen 
Wooten, W. D. Carter, Elizabeth Gallen, Ruth Poole, 
Bill Pulliam, Mae Jarvis, Jimmy Hauser, Jack Saylor, 
Carl Crouch, John Hayes, Caruso Miller, Jack John- 
son, Raymond Mclntyre, Charlie Hege, Frances Ann 
Satterfield, John Henry Lentz, Jean Hampton, Bon- 
nie Frazier, Kemp Swain, Talmadge Bodenheimer, Nell 
Adams, Chole Leazer, Frances Braddock, Haywood 
Brenniger, George Morris, Hazel Hauser, Zack Man- 
ning, Richard Simpson, Francis Humphries, Oscar 
Lentz, Bobby Forcum, Jack Sink, Dorthy Gough, Ma- 
ra Lee Troutman, Gladys Davis, Robert Perryman, 
Grace Perryman, Leola Barrington, Meriel Newton, 
Joyce Collis, Winona Hauser, Doris Scalf, Carnie 
Brown, Hazel Hall, Joseph Jones, Louis McNair, Mary 
Elizabeth Gregory, Carol Cole, Johnny Miller, and 
Virginia Jones. 



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January Class Officers 

Shirley Ann Caudill, Mascot; Tom Shore, President; Annie Lee Welch, Secretary; 
Max Hutchins, Vice-President; Jack Chambers, Treasurer, not shown. 

January Class Superlatives 

Bill Sink, most intellectual; Tom Shore, most popular, best all around, and friendliest; 
Bernard Womble, best looking; Annie Lee Welch, most popular, best looking, and 
best all around; Faye Reece, most athletic; Dale Tesh, friendliest, Helen Teague, most 
intellectual. 



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JAMES A. GRAY HIGH 

Reece Bauguss 

Friendly . . 1 1 A Bel. Reporter 4 . . earnest . . determined. 

Arnold Brown 

Pleasant . . bashful . . likes ice cream 

Jack Chambers 

Poetic . . Class Pres. 1,2; Editor-in-Chief of Pine Whis- 
pers 4 . . dignified . . Class Treas. 4 . . inquisitive . . 
Per. Rel. Dept. 4. 



Robert Chambers 

Bashful ■ . tall . . fond of ice-cream. 

Dorothy Collins 

" Pugnose" . . G.R. 2 . . brown eyes . . Baseball 1 , . 
friendly . . Glee Club 2. 

Allan Cude 

Bashful . . Baseball 2, 3, 4 . . mischievious . . Football 4 . . 
likes to chew gum. 



Herbert Glasgow 



Likes chocolate ice cream . , Gen Utility 3: I. B. S. Club 
3. 4 . . likes football . . Football 3, 4 . loves to talk and 
argue . . San. Dept. 2; Aud. Dept. 3; W. S. S. 3. 

Mary Sue Gough 

Athletic . . tempermental . . brown eyes. 



Cyril Hauser 



Intelligent . . Class V. Pres. 3; Traffic Dept, 4 , , dis- 
likes being short . . Per. Rel. Dept, 4 , , bashful , . 
Schol. Dept. 1, 2, 3, 4. 



Ethel Hemmings 



Sunny disposition . . Class V. Pres. 2: Class Sec. 3 . . uni- 
que personality . . Lib. Page I . . blue eyes . . Basketball 3; 
Glee Club, 1. 

Max Hutchins 

Neat . . Class Vice Pres. 4; Per. Rel. Dept. 1 , 2. 3 . . loves 
to argue . . Gen. Utility 2; Schol. Dept. 2; Supt. 3 . . 
giggles. 



Earl Lambeth 

Physique . . woman hater . . baseball. 



Lucille Masten 

Chocolate ice cream . . Traffic Dept. 1, 4: Schol. Dept. 4; 
G. R. 3 . . temperamental . . Tennis 3; Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4; 
detests conceited people . . I. B. S. Club 2. 



Edith Newsome 

Quiet . . reserved . . shy. 

Fay Reece 

Athletic . . Per. Rel. Dept. 3 . . fond of blue eyes . . 
Schol. Dept. 2,3: G. R. 1,2; Etiquette Club 2; Monogram 
2 . . bashful . . Baseball 1 , 2, 3, 4; Soccer 4. 



Joyce Roberts 



Blue eyes . . rosy cheeks . . quiet. 



Thomas Shore 

Neat . . Ass't. Sec. of School 2; Class Pres. 1,2,4; Traffic 
Dept. 3; Per. Rel. Dept. 2, 3 . . witty . . Dram. Club 2; 
Monogram Club 2, 3; Recording Dept. 3; Supt. 2 . . friend- 
ly . . Football 1,2,3; Hi-Y 1,2,3,4; Treas. 3; Drum Major 
2; Supt. of Study Hall Council 4. 

William Sink 

Tennis . . Traffic Dept. 3, 4; Per. Rel. Dept. 2; Band 2, 3, 4; 
Schol. Dept. 2 . . debating . . Monogram 4; Debating Team 
4 . . music . . Tennis 4; Orchestra 3, 4. 



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JAMES A. GRAY HIGH 

John Smith Snyder 

Known as "Muscle Bound" . . Class Sec. 2; Dram. Club 2; 
Lost and found 1, 2; Pine Whispers 2, 4 . . likes blonds . . 
Basketball Mgr. 3; Football 3, 4: Mgr. 2; Orchestra 2, 3, 4; 
Hi-Y 2, 3 . . hates commercial law . . Aud. Dept. 4; St. H. 
Council 4. 

Helen Teague 

Talkative . . Per. Rel. 3; Schol. Dept. 2; G. R. 3, 4; I. B. 
S. Club 2 . . mischievous . . St. H. Council 3 . . iconic . . 
Record. Dept. 4; Class Treas. 2; Offic Page 4. 

Margaret Teague 

Friendly ■ . Class Sec. 2; Traffic Dept. 2. 4 . . likes to argue; 

Lib. Council 3; Per. Rel. Dept. 3: Lib. Page 2 . . has a good 

sense of humor . . Schol. Dept. 2; Girl Reserves 1.2; I. B. S. 
Club 2. 

Dale Tesh 



Friendly . . Lib. Council 4 
brown eyes . . Baseball 1. 



talkative . ■ Lib. Page 3, 4; 



Frances Weaver 

Blue eyes . . Lib. Council 3, 4; Lib. Page 1.2.. friendly . . 
G. R. 1, 2, 3. 4; Basketball 1 . . jealous . . W. S. S. 2. 

Garnetta Weaver 

Friendly . . Class Treas. 2; Lib. Council 3. 4 . . good lib- 
racy worker . . Lib. Page 1, 2, 3, 4 . . jealous . . G. R. 1 , 2. 
3. 4. 

Annie Lee Welch 

Brown eyes . . Home Room Sec. 1. 2, 4; Bd. of Dir. 2 . . 
likes dancing . . Lib. Council 2, 3; Schol. Dept. 2 . . likes 
football boys . . G. R. 1. 2, 3. 

Merle Whitney 

"Known as four eyes" . . Reynolds High 1, 2; Class Pres. 
3; Traffic Dept. 4 . . hates latin . . Schol. Dept. 4 . . likes 
geometry . . Etiquette Club 3; I. B. S. Club 3; Hi-Y Club 3. 

Robert Wishon 

Brown eyes . . Old Town High 1, 2. 3; . . joyful . . friendly. 

Bernard Womble 

Likes to "go places" . . Class Pres. 2; Bd. of Dir. 3: Traffic 
Dept. 2, 3; Lib. Council 2, 3. 4 . . dignified . . Monogram 4; 
Basketball 2, 3. 4; I. B. S. Club 2. 3 . . handsome . . Hi-Y 
Club 1. 2, 3; W. S. S. 2. 3; Rec. Dept. 4. 

Doris Mae Zimmerman 

Tender hearted . . Class Pres. 2: Bd. of Dir. 2; Per. Rel. 
Dept. 2; Traffic Dept. 2 . . misc/n'ei>ous . . Schol. Dept. 1; 
G. R. 1. 2, 3, 4; Pine Whispers 3, 4 . . talks fast . . Publicity 
Dept. 4; St. H. Council 4. 

Rebekah Alspaugh 

Determined . . Pub. Dept. Supt. 4; Class V. Pres. 2; Class 
Trees. 3; Traffic Dept. 2, 3 . . hates chocolate . . Lib. Council 
2.3. Lib. Page 1.2; G. R. 1.2.3,4; "Pine Whispers" Ass t 
Ed. 3; Marshall 3 . . very ferminine. 



Edna Louise Ayers 



Bass horn player 



very friendly 



likes black curly hair. 



Helen Louise Baity 



Likes chewing gum 
Dept. 4 . . quiet. 



Traffic Dept. 4 



Vada Bauguss 



ambitious . . Rec 



Talkative . . G. R. 4 . . friendly . . desires more height. 

Raymond Edwin Blair 

Good dancer . . Class V. Pres. 4; Traffic Dept. 2, 3; Lib. 
Council 2 . . jolly . . Dram. Club 2; Pine Whispers Bus. 
Manager 3; Monogram 4; Basketball 3, 4; Tennis 3; Glee Club 
4; I. B. S. 2; Football 4 . . blonde . . Orchestra 3, 4; Aud. 
Dept. 3; Supt. 4; St. H. Council 4. 

Hunter Le Ferre Bledsoe 

English hater . . Traffic Dept. 4 . . traffic sfar . . I. B. S. 
Club 2; Ground Dept. 2 . . friendly. 

Sarah Dot Bodenheimer 

Blushes . . Class Pres. 3; Office Page 4; St. H. Council 4 . . 
cure remaks . . Per. Rel Dept. 2; Lib. Page 2 . . 
pretty clothes . . G. R. 2, 3. 




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JAMES A. GRAY HIGH 

Wilma Lena Boger 



Witty 



Homeroom Sec. 



likes brunettes 



friendly. 



Violet Dawn Bostian 



Inquisitive . . Class V. Pres. 3; Sec. 2; Schol. Dept. 4; G. 
R. 3. 4 . . intellectual . . Baseball 2; Cheerleader 4; I. B. S. 
2; Soccer 2; Orchestra 1, 2, 3. 4 . . peppy . . W. S. S. 2. 

Lonnie Bovender 

Friendly . . Reynolds High 2; Class V. Pres. 
Per. Rel. 1 . . cooperative . . Basketball : 



4 . . athletic 
; Football 4. 



James Harry Bowman, Jr. 

Bashful . . School Pres. 4; Class V. Pres. 2, 3; Per Rel. 2, 3, 4 
Dram. Club 4 . . courfeous . . Amos'n Andy Supt. 1, 2, 3: 
Mongram 1.2 3, 4 . . has a way with the girls . . Basket- 
ball 3. 4; Football 1, 2; Capt. 3; Co-capt. 4. 

Frances Mae Braddock 

Attractive . . Class Pres. 2; Sec. 3; Traffic Dept. 3, 4; Per. 
Rel. Dept 3 Lib. Page 2; School Dept. 2; G. R. Program 
Ch. 3; Social Ch. 4; Dram. Club 1; Lost and Found 2; . . 
sings well ■ ■ Monogram Sponsor 3; Rec. Dept. 2; Supt. 3: 
Bast ball 2; Tennis 3; Glee Club 3 . . loves cheerleading . . 
Cheerleader 3, 4; I. B. S. 3; Soccer 2, 4: Sr. Marshall 3: 
Record Dept. 4; St. H. Council 4. 



Polite 
Band 3. 4 . 



Wavy hair . 
2; Aud. 4; S. 



Roy Elwood Brewer 

Lib. Council 4; Per. Rel. Dept. 2 



attentive . 



conservative . . Lib. Page 4. 

Carnie Brown 

. Class Sec. . . likes basketball . , Basketball 
H. Council 3 . . greatest weakness — brunettes. 



Laura Adeline Brown 



Brown eyes and hair . . Creedmoie High 1; Kernersville High 2; 
King High 3 . . good pianist . . Lib. Page 4; C ' Black 

and" Gold 4 . .likes to serve fellowmen 
bating Club 4; Pine Whispers 4. 



Glee Club 3; De- 



Russel Bryan 



likes to play ball . . likes 



Friendly . ■ Harding High 1, 
to go hunting. 

Tommie Emmogene Butner 

Fond o[ dancing . . Sr. Marshall 3 . . favorite dish— vanilla 
ice cream ■ ■ Record. Dept. 4 . . enjoys double dates ■ ■ St. 
H. Council 3. 

Virginia Calloway 

Loquacious . . Sec. of Class 2 . . loves school . . has dis- 
taste for general science. 

Carleen Audrey Castevens 

Friendly . ■ Girl Reserves 1,4; Dram. Club 1; Baseball 2,4; 
sociable ■ ■ Basketball 2. 3, 4; St. Hall Council 3. . 



J. A. Cecil, Jr. 



Musical 
sports . 



. Per. Rel. Dept. 2 
Check. Dept. 2. 



likes girls . . Supt. 2 . . likes 



Mary Elisabeth Clay 



Adores Hershey with almonds . . School V. Pres. 3; Sec 3; 
Class Pres. 1, 2, 3, 4; Bd. of Dir. 4; Per. Rel. Dept. 1, 2, 3: 
Supt. 4; Nat'l Hon. Soc. 3: Pres. 4 . . "Diamonds and Rose" 
G. R. 1; Chr. Prog. Comm. 2; In. Club Council 3; Pres. 4: 
Dram. Club 1,2; Pine Whispers I; Mang. Ed. 2,4; Ed.-in- 
Chief 3; Debating Team 3. 4 . . Delights in hearing herself talk: 
Quill and Scroll 2, 3, 4; I B. S. 2; Sr. Marshall 3; Orchestra 
2, 3. 4; Supt. Pub. Dept. 2, 3; Pythian Essay Contest 2; Life 
Insurance Contest 3; Americanism Oratorical Contest 3; School 
Pres. 4. 

Eileen Mozelle Cole 

Dislikes history . . Class Sec. 2; Per. Rel. Dept. 1,2.. bites 
finger nails . . G. R. 2, 3 . .pretty brown eyes ..LB. S 
Club 2; Record. Dept. 4. 

Alexander G. Collins 

Friendly ■ . Class Pres. 2; Per. Rel. Dept. 2. 4 . . dislikes 
homework . ■ Schol. Dept. 1; Pres. Monogram Club 3 . . 
always in a hurry . . I. B. S. 2; San. Dept. 2; Aud. Dept. 4. 



Mildred Mae Crotts 



Sweet disposition . ■ St. Hall Council 
Traffic Dept. 2 . . fond of brown . 
Reserves 1; Orchestra 3; Home Ec. Ho 



. . always smiling . . 
Schol. Dept. 4; Girl 
. Soc. 3,4; Baseball 1. 



Friendly 



Katie Belle Crouch 

Dram. Club 1 . . good-natured 



witty. 



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JAMES A. GRAY HIGH 

Lillian Katheryn Cude 



Cuts . . Bd. of Dir. 1 
good typist. 



Witty 



St. H. Council 3 



Carrie Rich Day 



Wavy hair . . Class Sec. 2; Bd. of Dir. 3;Per. Rel. Dept. 
2 . . sunny smile . . mystery stories . . G. R. 3, 4. 



Dorothy Louise Elliot 



Likes outdoor sports . . Class Pres. 2; Class Sec. 4; Class 
Assist. Sec. 1 . . a good singer . . Lib. Council 3; Per. Rel. 
Dept. 4 . . dependable . . Nat'l Hon. Soc. 3, 4; Schol. Dept. 
1,2; Supt. 3; Girl Reserves 1,3,4; Black and Gold Staff 4- 
W. S. S. 2; St. Hall Council 4. 

Vivian Mae Dowell 

Fond of dancing . . has beautiful blue eyes . . likes the new 
Ford. 



Edwin Thomas Dixon 



Likes history . . W. S. S. 2 
Dept. 1 . . sportfan. 



nechanical minded . . San. 



Pauline Evans 

Very humorous . . Class V. Pres. 1; Class Pres. 2; Per. 
Rel. Dept. 2 . . faithful worker . , Lib, Page 1. 2. 3, 4; 
Dram. Club 1 . . su>eef disposition . . Glee Club I. 

Clarence Neil Everhart 

Good swimmer . . prefers brunettes . . blue eyes . . Orch- 
estra 2, 3, 4. 

Dermont Everhart 

Good speaker . . bashful . . friendly. 

Ida Vivian Everhart 

Blushing . . Lib. Page 1.2. . friendly . . optimistic. 

B. J. Fansler 

Sedge Garden High 1,2.. interest— 'girls, sports, and read- 
ing . . Pine Whispers 4. 

Lorraine Disher Faust 

Sweet disposition . . G R. 4 . . humorous . . chewing gum. 

Rix Oscar Floyd 

Good sport ..LB. S. Club 2 . . home work hater . ,W. 
S. S. 2 . . good airplane builder. 

Ruth Fort 

Pleasing personality . . Traffic Dept. 2 . . dependable . . 
Lib. Council 4; Per. Rel. Dept. 3; Girl Reserves 1,2.4; Lost 
and Found 2 . . hates peppermint candy . . Recording Dept 4. 

Bonnie Lee Frazier 



High Point High 1. 2. 3 
ambitious . . Lib. Page 4 



fun living . . Class Pres. 4; 
likes to dance. 



Likes brunettes , 
fers Ford V8's. 



Ray Frye, Jr. 

Class Sec. 2 . . good swimmer . . pre- 

Elizabeth Gallen 

Mischievous . . Class Pres. 2, 3: V. Pres. 3; Traffic Dept. 
2, 3; Per. Rel. Dept. 3, 4; All State Band 3; Solo Contest 
2, 3, 4; Band 1, 2, 3 . . energetic . . G. R. 1, 2, 3, 4; Ass't 
Sec. 3; Glee Club 4 . . mucical . . Sr. Marshall 3; Orchestra 
1, 2, 3. 4. 

Doris Gant 

Determined . . Bd. of Dir. 2, 3; Class Sec. 1 . . near . . Girl 
Reserves 2, 3, 4 . . sociable . . I. B. S. Club 1. 

Jannis Elizabeth Garwood 

Likes sport . . Per. Rel. Dept. 2 . . likes a Pontiac from 
Kernersville . . Baseball 1,2,3.4 . . friendly . . Basketball 
1, 2, 3, 4; Soccer 1, 2, 3. 4: I. B. S. 2. 




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JAMES A. GRAY HIGH 

Worth Norwood Greene 

Friendly . . Traffic Dept. 2. 3; Supt. 4 . . good sport . , 
Dram. Club 2. 3, 4; Treas. of Monogram Club 3 . . witty . . 
Lib. Council 3. 

Mary Elizabeth Gregory 

Undicided . . Griffith High 1; Lib. Council 4:. Rer. Rel. 
Dcpt. 2 . . humorous . . Black and Gold Staff 4; Home 
Ec. Hon. Soc. 3. 4 . . studious . . Rec, Dept, 4. 

Dorothy Groce 

Cornet player . . Per. Rel. Dept. 2 . . dislikes algebra . , 
Band 2. 3, 4 . . good bulletin board readers . . R. R. 4. 

Margaret Christine Hall 

Attractive . . Class Vice Pres. 2: Traffic Dept. 3; Per. Rel. 
Dept. 4; Nat'l Hon. Soc. 4; Schol. Dept. . . industrious . . 
Girl Reserves 3.4; Black and Gold Staff 4: Basketball 1: 
Recording Dept. 4 . . friendly . . St. Hall Council; Supt. 4; 
Bd. of Dir. 4. 

Hazel Hauser 

Likes crackers, pickles, cats . . Class Pres. 2; Lib. Page 3, 4; 
dimples . . Schol. Dept. 2; G. R. 3, 4; Black and Gold Staff 
4 . . attractive . . W. S. S. 2; Recording Dept. 4; Traffic 
Dept. 4; Supt. 4; Per. Rel. Dept. 4. 



Carl Wesley Harris 



Likes sports . . Class Pres. 3 
Treas. 4 . . bites fingernails. 



detests English; Class 



Jeanne Burke Hampton 

Sweet disposition . . Class Sec. 1; Lib. Council 3,4; Lib. 
Page 3, 4 . . quiet . . Schol. Dept. 4 . . friendly . . Dram. 
Club 1; Rec. Dept. 4. 

Richard Franklin Hege 

Loves a picture-show . . I. B. S. 2 . . friendly . . neat. 

Mary Louise Hedgecock 

Black hair . . Lib. Council 2 . . talks in class . . G. R. 3 
. . masters homework . . I. B. S. 2. 

James A. Hartness 

Airplane dreamer . . lover of magazines . . buns and Pepsi; 
S. H. Council 4. 

Henry Pfohl Highsmith 

Loves a tuba . . Class Treas. 2; Band 1,2, 3, 4 . . dignified 
Schol. Dept. 2; Glee Club 3 . . "P. P. Brass" . . Hi-Y 
Club 4. 



George Hodges 

'. B. S. 2 . . stow bi 

Eugene Henry Holleman, Jr. 



Football fan . ■ W. B. S. 2 . . slow but not sure . . fond 
of blondes. 1 



Hates to lose . . Basketball 2 . . Prefers brunettes . . Foot- 
ball 2 . . Fun loving. 



Herman Gray Hoots 

Has a taste for brunettes . . Class Sec. 2; Traffic Dept. 2 
great flirt . . Dram. Club 1 . . big talker . .Hi-Y Club 
2. 

Jetty Huffman 

Friendly . . St. Hall Souncil 4 . . Industrious . . unassuming. 

Violet Elizabeth Humphries 

Likes to argue . Bd. of Dir. 2, 3, 4 . . always wants some- 
thing she can't have . . Schol. Dept. 2 . . likes to dance . . 
Girl Reserves 3, 4; Dram. Club 2, 3. 4; Rec. Dept. 3; Supt. 
4; Tennis 3; Glee Club 3; Cheerleader 4; I. B. S. Club 2. 3; 
W. S. S. 2; Per. Rel. Dept. 4. 

William L. Hunter 

French horn star ■ ■ Class Pres. 4; V. Pres. 3; Traffic Dept. 
1, 2, 3, 4 . . short, dark, and handsome . ■ Band 1, 2, 3. 4; 
I. B. S. Club 2; Orchestra 3. 4 . . romantic type . . Hi-Y 3, 4; 
Sec. 4; W. S. S. Club 2. 



Mary Kathryn Ireland 



Bright smile . . Per. Rel. Dept. 3; Baseball 3 . . friendly 
I. B. S. 2; Soccer 3 . . wants to be an aviatrix. 



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JAMES A. GRAY HIGH 

George B. Jarvis, Jr. 

Big feet . . Per. Rel. Dept. 3: Gen. Utility 3; Supt. 3, 4: Lib. 
Page 1. 2; Monogam 3 . . likes English . . Baseball. Mgr. 2, 
3. 4 . . fond of blondes . . Football Mgr. 3,4. 

Lucy Ella Johnson 

Friendly . . Class Pres. 4; Sec. 3; Traffic Dept. 3, 4 . . enjoys 
late shows . . Lib. Council 2, 3, 4; G. R. 1, 2; Class V. Pres. 
3: Diam. Club 1, 2. 3, 4 . . likes out-of-state people ..LB. 
S. 2: May Queen 2. 

Archie Jones 

Near . . Traffic Dept. 3; Schol. Dept. 2 . . friendly . . 
Monogram Club 3; Baseball 2, 3, 4 . . good sport . . Glee 
Club 2. 



Wavy black hair 
eyes . . teaser. 



Hazel Irene Jones 

. . St. H. Council 4 . . 

Pearl Norma Joyner 



sparkling brown 



Energetic . . Traffic 2.3.4; G. R. 1.2.3,4; Dram. Club 3; 
mischievous . . Pine Whispers 3, 4; Rec. Dept. 3; I. B. S. 
Club 1 . . inquisitive . . Soccer 3; Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 4. 



Mary Frances Klutz 



Quier . . likes skating 
position. 



Per. Rel. Dept. 2 . . sweet dis- 



Marian Virginia Koontz 

Blue eyes . . School Sec. 4; Class Sec. 3; Bd. of Dir. 3 
Traffic Dept. 3 . . neat . . Nat'l Hon. Soc. 4; G. R. 3, 4 
Monogram Spon. 3 . . cheerful disposition . . Glee Club 3, 4 
Sr. Marshall 3; Hi-Y Club Spon. 3; May Queen 3. 

Gladys Ellis Lanier 

Popular . . Traffic Dept. 2; Per. Rel. Dept. 2; G. R. 3; Pine 
Whispers 4 . . ambitious . . Monogram 4; Rec. Dept. 2, 3; 
Supt. 4; Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4 . . vivacious . . Basketball 1, 2, 3, 
4; I. B. S. 2; Soccer 1. 2, 3, 4. 

John Henry Lentz 

Slightly tall . . Treas. 1 . . Southern drawl . . Class Sec. 2; 
conversationalist. 



Ruby Mae Lewter 



Griffith High 1 . . undecided . . Lib. Council 4; Per. Rel. 
Dept. 2; Baseball 2, 3, 4 . . fond of wavy hair . . Basketball 
2, 3, 4 . . good athlete . . Soccer 2, 3, 4. 



P. M. Lindsay 



Friendly . . Class Treas. 2, 4; Traffic 3; Per. Rel. Dept. 3; 
Gen. Utility 2 . . good sport . . Rec. Dept. 3, 4; Glee Club 
3, 4; Cheerleader 4; I. B. S. 2 . . g>oo<z cheerleader . Hi-Y 
Club 2, 3, 4; St. Hall Council 4; Photo. Club 3; Band 4. 



Ed Long 



Friendly . . Class Pres. 2 . . good sport . . Class Vice Pr 
1 . . likes chocolate candy . . Lost and Found 1 . 



Dorothy Sue Long 



A best friend . . Class Pres. 3; Sec. 3, 4; Bd. of Dir. 2- 
Traffic Dept. 3; Supt. 4; Lib. Council 4; Supt. 3; Per. Rel. 
Dept. 4 . . dependable . . Nat'l Hon. Soc. 3, 4; Pres. 4; 
Schol. Dept. 3 . . "Suzy" . . G. R. 3; Inter. Club Council 4; 
I. B. S. Club 2; Sr. Marshall 3. 



Nancy Helen Mann 



Attractive . . Class Pres. 2, 3; Vice-pres. 2, 4; Sec. 1; Traffic 
Dept. 1 . . tall . . Lib. Council 3; Supt. 4 . . adaptable . . 
G. R. 1,2,3,4; Pres. 3; Sec. 2; Etiquette Club 2; I. B. S. 
Club 2 . . lady-in-waiting . . Bd. of Dir. 4; Personal Rel. 
2, 3. 

Frona Zell Mattox 

Loves poetry . . G. R. 4; Black and Gold Staff 4 . . naturally 
curly hair ..LB. S. Club 2 . . blushing . . Orchestra 2, 3, 4. 

Leonard McDowell 



Friendly . . likes brunettes 
to forget. 



hard to meet and not easy 



Frances Nadine Metz 



Cure . . Lib. Page 1,2.. jitterbug 
baters Club 2 . . likes handsome boys 



■ G. R. 1, 2, 4; De 
. I. B. S. Club 1. 



Louis Benjamin McNair 

Interesting smile . . Class Vice Pres. 2; Office Page 4- Per. 
Rel. Dept. 2; Nat'l Hon. Soc. 4; Schol. Dept. 2; Supt. 4 . . 
tall . . Black and Gold Staff 4 . . careful . . Hi-Y Club 2. 




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JAMES A. GRAY HIGH 

Harry Freeman Mickey 



Friendly . . big feet . . football- 



Marilyn C. Miller 



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Interrogative . . Class V. Pres. 3; Treas. 2: Per. Rel. Dept. 
2.3; Schol. Dept. 1.2.3; G. R. 2,3.4; Treas. 3; Etiquette 
2; Dram. Club 2, 3: Pine Whispers Assoc. Ed. 3, 4; Mono- 
gram sponsor 3 . . detests original work . . Rec. Dept. 3; 
Glee Club 3, 4; Cheerleader 3. 4 . . Hies football heroes . . 
I. B. S. 2; Record Dept. 4. 

George Morris, Jr. 

Reynolds High 1, 2, 3 . . football . . St. H. Council 4 . . 
likes to sleep late . . Per. Rel. Dept. 4 . . big talker . . 
Football 4. 

Raymond Clyde Murphy 

Excellent football fan . . Class Vice Pres. 2 . . polite . . 
Aud. Dept. 4 . . friendly. 

Donola Frances Newell 

Broun eyes . . Class Sec. 2; Treas. 2: Traffic Dept. 2; Lib. 
Council 4 . . dependable ■ . Per. Rel. Dept. 2; Lib. Page 1, 2; 
. . kind . . St. Hall Council 4. 

Lawrence Walter Newsom 

Boot worm . . Class V. Pres. 2; Per. Rel. Dept. 1; Gen. 
Utility 2: Schol. Dept. 2; Supt. 3; Monogram 4 . . woman 
hater . . Tennis 3. 4; I. B. S. Club 2; Football 2. 3. 4; San. 
Dept. 2; Aud. Dept. 1; Rec. Dept. Supt. 4 . . takes life ser- 
iously. 

Ernest William Parks 

Slow but sure . . Baseball 3 . . baseball fan . . San. Dept. 
1 . . always "striking-out" . . Ground Dept. 3. 

Frances Lorraine Pfaff 

Likes U. N. C. . . Traffic Dept. 4; Per. Rel. Dept. 2 . . 
good at shorthand . . Bd. of Dir. 2; Schol. Dept. 3: G. R. 2; 
makes perfect speed tests . . W. S. S. 2; Record. Dept. 4: 
Lost and Found I; Class Treas. 3. 

Ruth Elizabeth Poole 

Sociable . . Bd. of Dir. 3, 4; Lib. Page 1 . , lover of books 
G. R. 2, 3, 4; St. Hall Council 4 . . unassuming. 

Helen Eilene Pope 

Quiet . . Orchestra 1.2 . . ambitious . . likes shorthand . . 
Record. Dept. 4. 

Sarah Geraldine Priddy 

Forever blushing . . Per. Rel. Dept. 3 . . likes Leaksville . . 
G. R. 3 . . favorite: brunettes . . Record. Dept. 4. 

Maggie Aldelaide Reeves 

Pretty clothes . . Class Sec. 2; Treas. 4; Bd. of Dir. 3; St. 
H. Council 4; Schol. Dept. 2 . . green eyes . . G. R. 3, 4; 
Home Ec. Hon. Soc. 3, 4 . . says cute things . . Rec. Dept. 
4. 

Ralph Henry Reich 

Athletic . . Traffic. 4 . . bashful . . coach's pet. 

Lawrence Roland 

Quire . . I. B. S. 2 . . serious . . Sanitation Dept. 2 . . a 
great friend. 

Violet Roland 

Pleasing personality . . G. R. 3 . . good typist . . witty. 

Robert Luther Rominger, Jr. 

Witty ■ ■ Bd. of Dir. 3; Schol. Dept. 2; Pine Whispers 3. 4; 
sarcastic . . Black and Gold . . clever. 

Harry Bynum Rogers, Jr. 

. Schol. Dept. 3 . . jokes with 
4 . . girl crazy. 

Frances Ann Satterfield 



Full of life . . Schol. Dept. 3 . . jokes with everybody 
Hi-Y Club 3, 4 . . girl crazy. 



Madison High I . . dreamer . . Class Sec. 4; Traffic Dept. 
4; Lib. Council 3. 4; Per. Rel. Dept. 3, 4 . . "Blondie" . . 
G. G. 2, 3; Sec. 4; I. B. S. Club 2 . . talks with hands . . 
Sponsor Hi-Y 4; W. S. S. 2. 



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JAMES A. GRAY HIGH 

Hewell Snider 

Likes to study electricity . . good worker . . friendly. 

Doris Louise Scalf 

Montgomery, Ala. High 1.2.. fond of eating . . Bd. of Dir. 
3; Traffic Dept. 4 . . dimpled chin . . Schol. Dept. 3; G. R. 
4 . . likes blue . . Black and Gold Staff 4. 



Eva Virginia Shutt 



"Peppy" . . Class Pres. 2; V. Pres. 2; Sec. 1 . . loves brown 
hair . . Bd. of Dir. 3: Lib. Page 2; Schol. Dept. 2; . . fond 
of dancing . . G. R. 2, 3; I. B. S. 2; Record. Dept. 4. 



Talkative 



Farine Sechrist 

blond . . G. R. 2. 3 . . blushes easily. 



Bill Simpson 



Hates Latin . . Class Pres. 4; V. Pres. 4; Treas. 3 . . "Simp" 
Traffic Dept. 4; Supt. 4; Per. Rel. Dept. 4; Supt. 4 . . likes 
football . . Schol. Dept. 3: Dram. Club 4; Pine Whispers 4; 
Debating Team 4; Glee Club 3; V. Pres. 4; Football 4; Hi-Y 
Club 3. 4: Bd. of Dir. 3. 4; Class Pres. 4; Editor-in-Chief 
Pine Whispers 4. 

Lester Lee Sink 

Sunny disposition . . Class V. Pres. 2; Schol. Dept. 4 . . 
masculine appeal . . Aud. Dept. 4 . . Wavy hai 
Club 3, 4; Com. Ch. 3. 4. 



Hi-Y 



Grace Eckron Spach 



Likes horses . . witty 



St. H. Council 4 



Betty Jane Smith 



Stable . . Class Pres. 2. 3; V. Pres. 3; Bd. of Dir. 2; Office 
Page 4; Traffic Dept. 3; Lib. Council 4 . . likes commercial 
subjects . . Nat'l Hon. Soc. 3; V. Pres. 4; Schol. Dept. 2; 
Black and Gold Staff 4; Baseball 2 . . sincere . . San. Dept. 
2; Record. Dept. Supt. 4; Pres. Nat'l Hon. Soc. 4. 



Ruby De Lois Smith 



Likes movies . . Bd. of Dir. 3; Class Sec. 1 ; Traffic Dept. 2, 
3,4: Lib. Council 2; Per. Rel. Dept. 2;' Band 1,2.3.4 . . 
friendly . . Lib. Page 2, 3; Girl Reserves 1. 2, 3, 4: Etiquette 
Club 2,3; Dram. Club 2; Lost and Found 1; Pine Whispers 
2, 3 . . likes football . . Rec. Dept. 4; Basketball 1; I. B. S. 
1, 2; Soccer 1; Record. Dept. 4; St. Hall Council 4. 



Mary Katherine Scales 



Big brown eyes . 
of black wavy ha 



G. R. 2 . . quiet . . Glee Club 2 . . fond 



Robert Landis Stovall 

Brilliant student . . Class Sec. 1; Pres. 2; Treas. 3; Traffic 
Dept. 3.4- Per. Rel. Dept. 3 . . white hair . . Nat'l Hon. Soc. 
3, 4; Treas. 4; Gen. Utility 2; Schol. Dept. 2. 3; Supt. 3; 
Black and Gold staff 4 . . moon-gazer . . Glee Club 3; I. B. 
S. 2; Hi-Y Club 2. 3, 4: Record. Dept. 4; Bd. of Dir. 2, 3. 

Margaret Stovall 



2; V. Pres. 2 . . good in book- 
. likes English . . Lib. Page 1, 2, 



Intellectual . . Class Pres 
keeping . . Class Sec. 1 . 
3, 4; Record. Dept. 4. 

Conrad Franklin Stonestreet 

Likes to "go places" . . Band .1, 2, 3. 4 . . likes good music 
I. B. S. Club 2 . . laughing . . Hi-Y Club 3, 4. 



Mary Helen Taylor 



weakness for pretty 



Bashful . . Reynolds High 1,2,3 
clothes . . fond of fruit cake. 

Kathleen Hope Sprinkle 

Near . . Girl Reserves 2; Baseball 2 . . enjoys riding . . 
Baseball 2 . . fond of dancing . . Home Ec. Hon. Soc. 2. 

James Martin Tillman 

Likes to play a drum . . Traffic Dept. 1; Gen. Utility 3; Band 
2, 3. 4 . . Likes to play football . . Lost and Found 2; Glee 
Club 2, 3; Football 4; Hi-Y Club 3 . . Prefers brunettes an,d 
blonds . . San. Dept. 2. 

Onnie Wall 

Dimples . . Class Treas. 3; Lib. Council 4; Per. Rel. Dept. 

2 . . likes to read . . Baseball 3, 4; Basketball 2. 3; I. B. S. 

2 . . likes to chew gum . . Football 3, 4; Hi-Y 2; W. S. S. 
2. 



Thomas L. Transou 



Left-handed 
azine. 



likes to chew gun 



likes to read Life Mag- 




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JAMES A. GRAY HIGH 

Troy Watts 

Friendly . . V. Pres. of School 3; Class Pres. 2; V. Pres. 3. 
4; Bd. of Dir. 2; Lib. Council 2; Supt. 3; Per. Rel. Dept. 2, 3. 
4 . . alert . . Band 2. 3. 4; Drum Major 2. 3. 4; Schol. Dept. 
3; Lost and Found 2; Supt. 2; Rec. Dept. 3 . . musically- 
minded . . Tennis 3; I. B. S. Club 2; W. S. S. 3. 

Norine White 

. . Reynolds High 1; Baxley Ga. 2; G. R. 4: 
Marshall 4 . . very attractive. 



"Jitterbug" 
neat . . Sr 



Marilyn Willard 



Naturally curly hair . . Class Sec. 4; Traffic Dept. 3. 4; Per. 
Rel. Dept. 2, 4; Band 4; Drum Majorette 4; . . wants to be 
dram majorette of Duke University . . G. R. 4; Rec. Dept. 2: 

Juanita Elizabeth Williard 

Sweet disposition . . G. R. 3. 4; 
pretty eyes . . Record. Dept. 4 . 
mercial work . . St. H. Council 3. 



Black and Gold Staff 4 . . 
. likes music, poetry, com- 



Helen Magdaline Wimbish 



Likes to read . . Lib. Page 3 
pie . . G. R.3, 4. 



sleepy head . . loves coconut 



Jetty Lou Wood 

Sweet disposition . . Class V. Pres. 2; Bd. of Dir. 2. 3. 4: 
Lib. Council 3. 4; Nat'l Hon. Soc. 3, 4; Sec. 4 . . industrious; 
Schol. Dept. 1; Supt. 2; G. R. 2,3,4; Ch. Soc. Ser. 4; Ed. 
Black and Gold Staff 4 . . blonde curls ..LB. S. 2; W. S. 
S. 2. 

Helen Frances Wooten 

Loves music . . Class Sec. 2; Traffic Dept. 2; Lib. Council 2; 
Per. Rel. Dept. 4 . . quiet . . Lib. Page 1, 2; Supt. 3, 4; 
Black and Gold Staff 4 . . naturally curly hair . . Class Treas. 
2; Recording Dept. 4; Bd. of Dir. 2. 



Fond of mountain mus 



Edgar B. Young 



3urns and Allen 



Evelyn Madge Ziglar 



Dislikes singing . . Bd. of Dir. 3: Traffic Dept. 2. 4; Band 
2,3,4; Lib. Page 1; G. R. 1.2.3,4; Treas. 2 . . mis 
chievous . . Rec. Dept. 4; Glee Club 1 . 3; I. B. S. 2 . . 
likes no nicknames . . Orchestra 3. 



OTHER SENIORS 
January Class June Class 

W. C. Taylor Wilton Lynch Legrand Everheart Mae Love 

Jones Myers Howard Foster Horace Nance 

Willard Hayes Ardith Smith 

Frank Vestal 



Sides Hinsdale 




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Chills and thrills and spills and holiday from drills — "snow week' 



GRAY JANUARY HISTORY 

Bill Sink, Historian 



It seems just a few months ago that we, like little 
chickens strayed from their mother, wandered into a 
huge building, South High School, in the year nine- 
teen hunderd and thirty-five. Wide-eyed and astonish- 
ed, we ran helter-skelter through the halls. 

As our sophomore year rolled around, we were 
more settled down after we had been taken under 
the guidance of a lady who straightened us out and 
got us on the right path. 

The year nineteen hundred and thirty-seven brought 
to us the boom year of all our years in school. We 
were now out of our biddy down age, just starting in- 
to our dangling, awkard age, trying to organize and 
carry out a successful year. 

We had two faithful advisers, Miss Daisy Lee Glas- 
gow and Mr. Ted Griffin, to help us in our little heart- 
breaks and successes.. 

We elected the following leaders: president, Elisa- 
beth Clay; vice president, Harry Bowman; secretary, 
Virginia Sprinkle; and treasurer, Bill Simpson. 

The biggest social event so far in our lives was the 
Junior-Senior Banquet, December 15, 1937, which we 



worked and slaved to make "tops". 

First part of our senior year, 1 IB, was like between 
halves in a football game. It was a rest period for our 
next flight in the 11 A. During this semester we rested 
and caught up with our work. Our social life was not 
neglected this year, however, as we had a wiener roast 
at Washington Park. 

After the rest came the most glorious year in our 
entire lives. The first thing in the full year was the 
election of our officers. They were: president, Tom 
Shore; vice-president, Max Hutchins; secretary, Annie 
Lee Welch; and treasurer, Jack Chambers. 

In our last pathway of high school days we did not 
attend the South High School, but proudly re-named 
our school after a prominent educator, Mr. James A. 
Gray. 

To repay the kind lady who guided us on the right 
path in our freshman year we dedicated our section of 
the annual to her, Miss Kathleen Hall. 

To end an already full and throughly exciting se- 
mester, we were given another Junior-Senior on Dec- 
ember 14, 1939. 



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'Ah, distinctly I remember. It was in the bleak December" 

GRAY JUNE PROPHECY 

Elisabeth Clay, Prophet 



"Oooff, oh pardon me! Why, Bonnie Frazier — 
Greetings, Gate! Where've you been of late?" 

"Hazel Hauser, as I live and breathe! I've just 
rushed down from New York between trips to Paris. 
I am the buyer for the P. Masten Lindsay Depart- 
ment Store. How are you enjoying the Winston- 
Salem World's Fair?'' 

"I think it is marvelous. I'm seeing more of our 
old school friends—- just think, it's been 10 years 
since that fateful night when we graduated. Come, 
let's walk over in that direction.'' They hear a song 
as they start into the Music Hall. 

"Bonnie, what is the name of that selection? It 
sounds very familiar, but I can't remember it." 

She walks over and ask the sales girl who turns 
out to be Violet Humphries. "It is a recording of 
"Diamonds and Roses" by Troy Watts and his 
Tumbling Tooters, with Frank Vestal on the vocal. 
Would you like to buy the record?" 

Before they can answer, a voice pierced the air. 
"Oh, marvelous, stupendous, colossal, it's super colos- 
sal! It's perfect as the assembly march for my school." 

Bonnie and Hazel whirl at the sound of that voice 
and then dash forward with a loud scream: "Elisabeth 
Clay!" 

We will now pause, for even Betty Jane Smith, 
the world's champion typist, couldn't write as fast 
as they talk. It develops that Lib has a private 
school for girls, with Frances Braddock as chemistry 
teacher, Sue Long, school doctor, Gladys Lanier, 
girls' football coach, (they've had a bid for the Rose 
Bowl) and Violet Bostian, head of music department. 

The three then proceed down the midway among 
various side shows and rides, where they stop at a 
newstand. The papers they pick up states in an ex- 
clusive story by Bob Rominger, that George Morris 



has just succeeded the late Adolf Hitler as German 
Chancellor. There is also an account on the social 
page the marriage of Marilyn Willard, famous ballet 
dancer, and Bill Hunter, eminent anthropologist. The 
ceremony was preformed by the Reverend Norwood 
Green. In the theatre section is a story on the suc- 
cess of the play now running at Harry Bowman's 
Little Theatre off the courthouse square. The play 
produced by Hazel Hauser, is a sequal to the immort- 
al masterpiece, "Gone With the Wind". This play, 
written by Rebecca Alspaugh, stars Ardith Smith as 
Scarlett O'Hara's granddaughter, Deep Purple But- 
ler. It shows under the title of "Come With The 
Rain." Miss Smith stars opposite Bynum Rogers, 
The Great Screen Lover. In the supporting cast are 
James Tillman, Lonnie Bovender, Katie Crouch, Mar- 
garet Speaks, and James Cecil. 

They leave the newstand and watch some of the 
side shows. The strong man looks suspiciously like 
Onnie Wall, and the wild man from Borneo, Louis 
McNair, the Alex Collins juggling team as if it were 
made up of Vivien Everhart, Helen Taylor, B. J. 
Fansler Eva Shutt, and George Hodges. Lib Gallen, 
who comes along with her flute case in her hand, 
pauses long enough to explain that there is a terrible 
airplane jam and she is having to walk to the Pfohl 
Highsmith Hall where a concert is to be held. She 
thrusts a program at them and they read the names 
of: Pearl Joyner, cellist; Frona Mattox, viola player; 
Dorothy Groce, cornet player; Conrad Stonestreet, 
second cornet player; and Evelyn Ziglar, clarinet 
player. 

In the Hall of Sports they find picture of the Olym- 
pic winners for this year: Janice Garwood, Ruby 
Lewter, Ralph Reich, Lawerence Newsom, Carlcen 
(Continued to page 150) 



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And we won the game from Elkin with a 13-0 score. 



GRAY JUNE HISTORY 

Bobby Rominger, Historian 



"E pluribus unum," spoke the oracle of still un- 
dreamed-of Gray High School, and there was formed 
the class of '40. 

Yes, there they were, one class out of many fore- 
lorn and flabbergasted freshmen, flitting through the 
halls sans long trousers, sans silk stockings, sans alge- 
bra, and sans Shakespeare. 

How long ago? Why, I belive it was 'way back in 
1936 A. D. . . . back when the Chicago World's Fair 
was but a fond memory and the New York and San 
Francisco Fairs were just a dream . . . back when the 
jitterbug was a dancer, and when swing music was 
just coming into its own. When the "jute" organ was 
considered a slot machine. People were listening to 
"fireside chats" for the first times, and cars were com- 
ing equipped with all-steel tops. 

But enough atmosphere. What about the lowly fresh- 
men we left on the granite steps of Gray? 

Awe-stricken, they wandered into the fold of the 
portals of learning. After the routine of nose-counting, 
they settled down to their respective home rooms. 

The freshman year was added to history. So, too, 
were some certain of the students. Others from higher 
grades filled their places, and time marched on. 

September, 1937 found an eager group of ex-fresh- 
men again enrolling in high school. Seasoned veterans 
new, they bravely faced the storm and calms of soph- 
omore high school life. 



The sophomore year is the year of electives for the 
new student. For the first time he can choose a goodly 
part of his curriulum, and prepare himself for what he 
supposed to be his life's work. We studied our way 
through the maze of algebra and typing, and advan- 
ced on to greater honors. 

The junior year is the turing point between student 
and senior. The items on our program were headlined 
by the Junior play, dues for the class treasury, and 
and after much trouble and expense, the Junior-Senior' 

At last, at long last, we became seniors. The thrill 
of being unsubordinated and experienced! And the fun 
of the Senior year! The pictures we had taken for the 
annual, trading seats in the January class' final assem- 
bly, and then Kid Day, when dignity is foraken for 
assumed inexperience and informality. 

The object, the crowning triumph, and the recogni- 
tion for four years work in high school is all crowded 
into the one night of graduation. Think of our pride as 
we are recognized for our attainments. As we receive 
our diplomas, we say, as did Hovey: 

"You to the left and I to the right, 

For the ways of men must sever . . . 

And it well may be for a day and a night, 

And it well may be forever. 

"With a steady swing and an open brow 

We have tramped the ways together, 

But we're clasping hands at the crossroads now 

In the Fiend's own night for weathers." 



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'But we turn our faces homeward right merrily/* 



GRAY JANUARY PROPHECY 

Prophet, Tom Shore 



The night of January 28, 1940, was a hectic one for 
our graduating class. We were grouped backstage 
waiting for the graduating exercises to start. The 
clock said there were still thirty minutes to go before 
curtain time. Everyone was tense; no one could think 
what to do. 

The door opened, and a small, wiry man stepped in. 
Every eye was upon him as he struggled with a huge 
suitcase. He brought it over to a table, then turned 
and said, "You are the graduates of Gray High School, 
are you not? I am Professor Mortimer Q. Magillicudy, 
professor of physics at Yoohoo U. I have here an 
invention which will interest you greatly. It is my life's 
work, and you will be privileged to be the first to see 
it operate." 

The professor opened up his strange contraption 
and began to make adjustments and set up various 
pieces of equipment. A large screen dominated the 
center of the table. 

Remarks is low tones were heard around the room. 
As they talked and watched, the old professor walked 
around behind the machine and flipped a switch. A 
humming sound filled the room. "Please dim the 
lights," the professor requested. 

Slowly, ever so slowly, the screen took on a green- 
ish cast. Then still more slowly came the vague out- 
lines of a picture. It seemed to move. As the details 
became clearer, a boat cruising along in smooth waters 
was seen. The professor began to turn a knob on the 
control panel, and the ship grew closer and closer. At 
last it seemed we were on the deck. Passengers went 
by, laughing and talking. Our attention was caught 
by a person in a deck chair reading. The reading mat- 
ter was a Life Magazine and upon a closer look, we 
saw the date. It was July, 1950. 

The person let the magazine fall to turn a page, 



and resognized Miss Glasgow, our teacher. The pro- 
fessor manipulated various controls that brought us 
a view looking over her shoulder. The magazine was 
open to the "Speaking of Pictures" section. It con- 
tained pictures of the life of John Snyder, wonder-boy 
of Broadway, who wrote, produced and directed the 
Pulitzer prize play, "One Hundred Girls on Lambeth 
Walk," with the able assistance of Earl Lambeth. 

On the next page was an advertisement of Walter 
Hamilton's Hart, Schaffner, Marks, and Hamilton's 
Clothing Company. 

Directly opposite this page was an advertisement 
for Bantam Autos. It contained a letter from the presi- 
dent, Robert Wishon. 

On the next page was the story behind the cover. 
The group picture was Arnold Brown and his Caro- 
lina Bugaroos. He introduced the new hit tune, 
"Round-up Time on the Bar B-Q," and rose to nat- 
ional prominence with it. The song was written by 
Wilton Lynch and played for the first time over the 
air from the stage of Jack Chamber's Colonial The- 
ater, and over station WAIR, which was purchased 
last year by Bill Sink, the well-known humorist- 
lecturer. 

The picture of the week was Colonel Jones (Lum) 
Myers and his corps of National Guards Cadets on 
drill at the new Whitney baseball park, which was 
built by the Merle Whitney, chain barber shop mill- 
ions. 

On the next page the first exclusive pictures of 
the world's first all-women's professional football team, 
the Carolina Socking-birds. Doris Mae Zimmerman 
handled all the team's publicity. The former Garnetta 
Weaver, wife of the owner of the Twisty- Wisty Pret- 
zel Co., was backing the enterprise. 

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June Class Officers 

Sue Long, secretary; Bill Simpson, president; Bobby Lee Garwood, mascot; 
George Morris, vice president; Lawrence Newsome, treasurer. 

June Class Superlatives 

Bill Simpson, most popular; Marilyn Willard, most popular; Gladys Lanier, 
best all around; Harry Bowman, best all around; Jannis Garwood, most athletic; 
Ralph Reich, most athletic; Lester Sink, best looking; Tommie Butner, best look- 
ing; P. M. Lindsay, friendliest; Frances Braddock, friendliest; Robert Stovall, 
most intellectual; Elisabeth Clay, most intellectual. 



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Preparing for "Good Vintage" (top left) —Journal-Sentinel photo . . . The Chang- 
ing of our school name (top right) ... A windy day when we held our hats! (cen- 
ter left) . . . Getting ready for football practice (center right) . . . Snow and yo-yo 
contests (lower left) . . . The hilarious scenes from "Charley's Aunt" (lower right) 
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Elisabeth Clay, Laura Brown, Dorothy Elliott, Bonnie Frazier, Mary Gregory, Christine Hall, Hazel Hauser, 
Margaret Hege, Mae Jarvis, Sue Long. Frona Mattox, Louis McNair, Doris Scalf, Bill Simpson, Betty Jane 
Smith, Robert Stovall, Marilyn Willard, Jetty Wood. 

PUBLICATIONS 

Chambers, Editor-in-chief of Pine Whispers. 1939; Wood, Editor-in-chief of Black and Gold; Simpson, Editor- 
in-chief Pine Whispers 1940 and Annual; Alspaugh, Pine Whispers; Blair, Pine Whispers; Brown, Black and 
Gold; Elliott, Black and Gold; Frazier, Pine Whispers; Gregory, Black and Gold; Gibson, Pire Whispers; Hal!, 
Black and Gold; Hauser, Black and Gold; Jarvis, Black and Gold; Koontz, Pine Whispers; Lanier, Pine Whis- 
pers; Long, Pine Whispers; McNair. Black and Gold; Mattox, Black and Gold; Miller, Pine Whispers; Rominger, 
Pine Whispers and Black and Gold; Scalf, Black and Gold, Smith. Black and Gold; Stovall, Black, and Gold; 
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Among the events of the year we will remember 
with a thrill were the successes of our debating 
teams. At the Wake Forest Speech Tournament, 
Elisabeth Clay was the only girl selected for the list 
of twelve best debaters. At Chapel Hill, Laura 
Brown and Percy Wall were selected the best affir- 
mative team in the state. In the picture at the left 
above, back row, left to right, are John Hayes, Miss 
Clara Tiller, coach, Elisabeth Clay, Mickey Davis, 
Dorothy Elliott, I. }. Merritt, Mrs. Johnson, coach, 
Percy Wall, and Laura Brown. 

Gray's entry in the Annual North Carolina Drama 
Tournament, "Good Vintage ', won at Greensboro 
over four other schools. The characters in the pic- 
ture at the upper right are, back row, Lois Taylor, 
Nell Adams, Bill Simpson, Alice Mae Wooten, and 



Norwood Green; front row, Eleanor Colvert, Edna 
Lee Stout, and Carolyn Holleman. 

The picture at the middle left is group Q's winn- 
ing Christmas scene. 

The first people to win Gray's honor award pins 
were (picture lower left) back row, Frances Brad- 
dock, Sue Long, Helen Wooten, Norwood Green, 
and Elisabeth Clay; front row, Christine Hall, Hazel 
Hauser, Dorothy Elliott, and Jean Hampton. 

Our girls' soccer team won the city championship. 
In the picture, lower right, back row, are Ida Mae 
Haneline, Miss Moselle Stephenson, coach, Violet 
Swink, Norma Martin, June Carter, Lyda Ruth Dunn- 
egan, Jannis Garwood, Mary Deviney, Ruby Lewter, 
Gilda Gray, Juanita Simmons, Gladys Lanier, Fay 
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To 

Miss Mary Nicholson 

Teacher, Friend, and Adviser 

the seniors of John W. Hanes High School 

dedicate this section of the 

Black and Gold. 




I wish to express my appreciation and gratitude to the 
students, benevolent citizens, superintendent, school board, 
and everyone else who is striving earnestly and unceasingly 
to help us place John W. Hanes High School in the fore- 
most ranks of senior high schools. Our aim is to develop 
the very best qualities in every boy and girl within our stu- 
dent body to their greatest possible strength and power. 

— Robert S. Haltiwanger 



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Here they are — the folks who make the 
wheels go round at Hanes High. Grouped 
sociably around the desk in the first picture 
are the purveyors of English and history wis- 
dom—Mr. R. F. Johnston, authority on Amer- 
ican history; Misses Annie Lee Singletary, 
Nettie B. Chappell, Lelah Nell Masters, and 
Carrie M. Dungan, experts in grammar and 
literature; Mr. F. M. Pratt, who combines 
band music with sociology, and Miss Louise 
Mock, whose main interest is likewise English. 



With the library as a background in the 
next picture are Miss Marguerite Smith, lib- 
rarian; Mr. Ray Weathers of mathematics 
fame; Miss Douglas MacDonald, who divides 
her time between the gym and the science lab- 
oratory; Mr. R. S. Haltiwanger, principal; 
Miss Flavella Stockton, whose specialty is 
music; Mr. Roy Swaringen another expounder 
on the intricacies of math, and Miss Gerai- 
dine Spinks, who, single-handed, runs the 
Language Department. 



Under the head of "Individual Biography" 
are seated Mrs. Lucille Morgan, who presides 
in the office; Miss Maude Hale, who helps 
handle the Commercial Department; Mr. H. 
M. Jernigan, whose main haunt is the shop 
downstairs; Miss Genevieve Smeltzer, whose 
job it is to feed us every day; Mr. A. S. John- 
son, whose talents include mechanical drawing 
and electricity, and Miss Woodmore, a men- 
tor of typing and shorthand. Miss Mary Nich- 
olson, also of the Commercial Department, 
completes the roster of Hanes High faculty 
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Wittiest 

Sybil Copple George Carper 

Best All 'Round 

Mary Ethel Johnson Richard Binkley 

Most Athletic 

Myrtle Brinkley Leo Hutcherson 

Most Intellectual 

Margaret Kates Robert Pegram 

Best Looking 

Mary Ethel Johnson Leo Hutcherson 

JUNE CLASS 

Wittiest 

Helen Chunn Baine Gabriel 

Best All 'Round 

Helen Chunn Marshall Moore 

Most Athletic 

Helen Chunn Ray Johnson 

Most Intellectual 

Ivis Hicks J. E. Robbins 

Best Looking 

Frances Banister John Fowler 




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Myrtle Esther Brinkley 

Booster 2: Monogram Club 3 . . sport specialist . . tall-talker 
Office Page 2, 3, 4; Excelsior Club 5; Girl Reserves 4; Soccer 
2.3,4,5; Basketball 2,3,4.5; Baseball 1,2,3.4; Home Ec. 
Club 2, 4: Athletic Award 4. 

George Malcolm Carper 

Wallburg 1; South High 2, 3: Basketball 4 . . a broad grin . . 
Football 3, 4 . . pleasant fellow. 



Sybil M. Copple 



Home Ec. Club 1, 2, 3. 4, 5 . . "Sir/ 
Boosters' Club 1 . . home-body. 



Chorus 1, 2 



quiet 



Mary Ethel Johnson 



Pres. Senior Class; Girl Reserves 2. 4, 5; Vice-pres. 5 . . 
"Mert" . . Chief Senior Marshall 4; Home Ec. Club 1, 2, 3, 4 
Chorus 2, 3, 4. 5 . . personality-plus . . Excelsior Club 4, 5 
Dramatics 5; Sec.-Treas. 5; Booster 2, 3. 4. 5; Lit. Soc. 4, 5 
she gits around . . Pine Whispers 3, 4; Student Nurse 2, 3 
Soccer 2; Etiquette Club 4 . . "Not Such A Goose." 



Lilly Margaret Kates 



Booster 2, 3 . . mild-mannered . . Etiquette Club 3: Office 
Page 4 . . les yeux bleus . . Lit. Soc. 4 . . snoods . . Class 
Sec. 4. 



Robert Pegram 



Reynolds High School 1, 2; Drum Major's Club 2 . . beau 
b'-ummel . . Ushers Club 3, 4; Fire Dept. 3, 4 . . double trou- 
ble . . Vice-President Senior Class; Board of Aldermen 3, 4; 
Police Commissioner 3; Sec. Board of Aldermen 4; . . Bucket 
brigade . . Chorus 3, 4. 



James A. Adams, Jr. 



Hi-Y 1,2.3 . . "Shorty" . . Tennis 1.2; Chorus 1,2,3,4 
ivory-tickler . . Band 3; Pres. of Chorus 4 . . blond-crazy . . 
Piano Solo in State Contest 4. 



Bill Alspaugh 



Baseball 2. 3. 4. 5 . . blond-batter . . Ushers Club 4. 5 . . 
wit-wizard . . Chorus 3, 4 . . letter-man ■ . Monogram Club 
4; Policeman 4; Lit. Soc. 5. 

R. F. Ball 

" Wabash" . . Baseball 4 . . twirler , . Sec. Sr. Class 5; 
punster. 

Frances Elizabeth Bannister 

Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4 . . "Shorty" . . Dramatics 2, 3 . . glamour 
girl . . Alderman 4; Senior Marshall 3 . . Thespian . ■ Home 
Ec Club 1, 2, 3. 

Joe Harvey Barringer 

Shy guy . . strictly business. 

Richard Ernest Binkley 

Baseball 2, 3, 4: Alderman 3 . . "Lefty" . . Monogram 
Club 4 . . shyster . . Ushers Club 4 . . history shark. 



Charles Carper 



Gray High 1 . . tongue-twister . . Band 3, 4 . . misogynist 
Hi-Y 3, 4 . . news-cub • ■ Pine Whispers 3, 4. 

Frances Linwood Cartner 

Chorus 1, 2; Girl's Glee Club 2 . . Saddle shoes . . Girl Re- 
serve 2, 3, 4; Girl Reserve Reporter 4: Etiquette Club 3 . . 
tallish . . College Club 3; Pine Whispers 2, 3, 4; National 
Honor Society 3, 4 . . fourth estater . . Ed. Black and Gold 4. 

John Thomas Cashion 

Reynolds High 1,2,3; Band 4,5.6 . . "Toby" . . Drum 
Major 5, 6; Chorus 4, 5, 6 . . struttin' . . Vice-President 
Senior Class 6; Solicitor of Court 5 . . deep bass. 

Roxie Mozelle Cheek 

Boosters Club 3 . . sedate . . Office Page 3, 4 . . blonde- 
blusher . . Library Page 2. 3, 4; Senior Girl Reserves 3 . . 

off ice -off iciator. 

Helen Irene Chunn 

Alderman 2. 3; Police Club 3, 4 . . hysterical historian . . 
Excelsior Club 2, 3, 4; Soccer 3, 4 . . ball-bouncer . . Base- 
ball 2, 3, 4; Basketball 4 . . snake-charmer . . Boosters 
Club 3,4; Chorus 1,2; Girls Glee Club 2; Sec. Treas. Nat'l. 
Honor Society 4; Etiquette Club 5. 



Marion Milton Cooke 



Band 2, 3, 4 . . "Cookie" . . Solicitor 4; Camera Club 3 
Arrow-collar man . . Alderman 3; Fireman 1 ; Hi-Y 4 
saxa-phoney . . Aero. Club 4; Staff Photographer 4. 



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Helen Lucille Currin 

Basketball 2, 3 . . "Cotton" . . Chorus 1,3,4; Dramatic 
Club 2,3; Girl Reserves 1; Etiquette Club 3 . . stage- 
struck . ■ Boosters Club 3; Pine Whispers 3; "The Ring 
and the Look" 3 . . saddle shoes . . Christmas Play 2. 

Kathryn Darden 

Boosters Club 2, 3, 4 . . "Kithetn" . . Etiquette Club 3; 
Senior Marshall 3; Chorus 3, 4 . . dirt disher-outer . . 
Staff 3. 4 . . scafreriram . . Mg. Ed. Pine Whispers 4; 
Alderman 1, 2; Quill and Scroll 4. 

John T. Fowler 

Reynolds High 1,5; Boosters Club 1.2,5; French Club 1; 
joker . . Football 1,2,3,4; Track 1,5; Baseball 1; Etiquette 
Club 3, 4. 5; Aero. Club 2; Boys Glee Club 3; Class Treas. 
2; Excelsior Club 6 . . Romeo. 



Gertrude Fulp 



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Boosters Club 3 . . "Goolie" . . Baseball 2, 3, 4 

prospect ■ . Basketball 2, 3, 4; Soccer 3, 4 . . glamour g<J. 

Hazel Leah Futrell 

Reynolds High 1, 2, 3 . . high-stepper . . Drum major 5; 
Cheerleader 3, 4; Excelsior Club 3. 4, 5; Chorus and Glee 
Club 3,4,5; Dramatics 3,4,5; Booster 1,2,3,4,5; Eti- 
quette Club 2, 4; Girl Reserves 1, 2, 3, 4, 5; Treas. 4; Inter- 
Club Council 5 , . stage-stompct . . Harlequin Club 1, 2, 3; 
Basketball 3, 5; Soccer 3; Library 1,2.. giggler. 



H. Baine Gabriel, Jr. 



Football 3, 4. 5 . . end-turn . . Tennis 5; Hi-Y 3, 4, 5; 
Pres, 4, 5 . . "Gristle" . . Monogram Club 5; College Club 4: 
Chorus 3 . . Agnes Grubble . . Boosters Club 3, 4, 5; Ex- 
celsior Club 5. 

David Taylor Harrison 

"Freak" . . Alderman 2 . . good guy . . Hi-Y 4; Scrub 
Football 3; Basketball 3, 4. 

Beulah Elizabeth Hedrick 

Girl Reserves 1 . . handy-man . . Lit. Soc. 2. 3 . . violet- 
shy . . Etiquette Club 3 . . curley-top. 

Ivis Caroline Hicks 

Chorus 1, 2 . . dignity . . Girls Glee Club; Policeman 1; 

2, 3, 4 . . the law . . Police Chief 2; W. C. T. U. Award 3; 
Library Page 3, 4 . . killer diller . . Nat'l. Honor Society 

3, 4; D. A. R Representative. 

Phyllis Louise Hinshaw 

Unassuming stude . . Soccer 1 . . nice going. 

Thelma Hazeleen Holder 

Girl Reserves 3, 4, 5 . . "Bobbie" . . Pres. Girl Reserves 5; 
Boosters Club 2, 3, 4, 5 . . taffy-locks . . Cheerleader 4. 5; 
Chorus 3. 5; Baseball 3; Soccer 3; Sr. Marshall 3 . . pepper- 
upper . . Dramatic Club 4; Library Page 2, 3. 

Joseph Leo Hutcherson 

Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 . . "Hutch" . 
monogrammar .' . Basketball 3, 4, 5 
Booster 2, 3, 4, 5; Monogram Club 1, 

Douglas Fairbanks Ivester 

Baseball 3, 4, 5 . . "Doug" . . Monogram Club 4, 5 . . "You 
reckin?" . . Fireman 2 . . keystone kid . . Booster 3, 4, 5. 

Raymond Vernon Johnson 

Football 2, 3, 4, 5, 6 . . "Hoss" . . Monogram Club 1, 2, 3. 

4, 5, 6; Basketball 3, 4, 5. 6 . . small fry . . Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4 
5; Excelsior Club 5, 6; Athletic Award 5; Booster 5, 6 . . 
greased lightnin . . Pres. Monogram Club 5, 6. 



Football 3, 4, 5 , 
man-mountain 
2, 3, 4, 5. 



Ernest Jennings Kirby, Jr. 

Baseball 3 . . fancy farmer . . Basketball 3^ 4, 5 . . bound for 
State . . Football 3, 5; College Club 4. 

Lawrence Lee Ledwell 

Bashful brute . . Alderman 2 . . pickle-o . . Band 3, 4 . . 
Lothario. 

Robert Windsor Martin 

Camera Club 4, 5; Pres. 4 . . "Fuzzy" . . movie mogul . . 
Visual Aids Dept. 2, 3, 4, 5 . . camera-c/ic/ter. 

Sarah Juanita Miller 

Nat'l Honor Soc. 3, 4 . . songstress . . Policeman 3; Chorus 
1, 2, 3. 4; Sr. Marshall 3 . . "I declare" . . Etiquette Club 3; 
Boosters Club 3; Historian 4 . . scholar . . Octet 4. 




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Ruth Annette Miller 

Police Club 2, 3, 4 . . ladylike . . Girl Reserves 3, -4 . . cop- 
per . . Home Ec. Club 1; Boosters Club 3 . . on reserve. 

Marshall Moore 



Football 2, 3, 4, 5 . . "Moose 
ball 3, 4, 5; Tennis 2 . . runt 
4; Monogram Club 2, 3, 4, 5; 
Commissioner 4 . . argufter . . 
Declamation Contest 4. 



' . . Basketball 2. 3, 4, 5; Base- 

. . Alderman 4; Debating Team 

Pres. Literary Soc. 4; Police 

Stage Mgr. 1, 2, 3, 4, 5; Rotary 



William O. Morgan, Jr. 

Alderman 1. 3; Chorus 4, 5: Band 3, 4 . . "baby doll" . 
Mayor 5; Ushers' Club 3, 4, 5: Monogram Club 1. 2, 3, 4, 5 
pigeon toes . . Excelsior Club 5; Fire Chief 4; Fireman 3, 4, 
big shot . . Basketball 2, 3; Baseball 1, 2; Boosters Club 2. 
4; Senior Class Pres. 5. 



Louise Byron Penry 



Soccer 2; Basketball 2 . . "Weega" . . Girl Reserves 1, 2, 3, 
4; Archery Club 4 . . stately . . Office Page 4; Tennis 3; 
Alderman 3 . . jalopyist . . Boosters Club 3, 4. 



J. C. Porter 



Chorus 4 . . "Hermes" 
Baseball 4. 



. Ushers Club 3, 4 . . grinder 



Lois Arline Price 

/oHy . . Jr. Girl Reserves 1 . . sketcher . . Office Page 4 . . 
dimples. 

Sylvia Grey Putnam 

Girl Reserves 3. 5 . . "Squeaky" . . Basketball 2, 3. 4, 5; 
Baseball 3 . . fleet-footer . . Band 4, 5, Chorus 5 . . dusky 
damsel . . Booster 4, 5; Home Ec. Club 1. 2, 3, 4, 5; Lit. Soc. 
2. 3. 

Grady Reich 

Glee Club 3, 4 . . "Beautiful" . . Band 2, 3, 4; Police Club 
2, 3, 4 . . f/affoof . . Camera Club 3: Hi-Y 4 . . siWnffsfer . . 
Library Page 3; Aero. Club 4; Secretary, Police Club 4; Class 
President 2. 



Leroy Lawrence Reid 



"Rat" . . Baseball 2 



brunette brother . . Alderman 5. 



J. E. Robbins, Jr. 

Policeman 1, 2. 3, 4 . . intelligentsia . . Ass't Chief 2; Police 
Chief 3 . . bone-crusher . . Band '2, 3, 4; Lit. Soc. 3; Vice- 
pres. Nat'l. Hon. Soc. 3, 4; Library Page 3 . . heap big chief. 

Vernon Alexander Robbins 

Martinsville, Va., High 1,2 . . photo-fiend . . Alderman 3; 
chesterfieldian. 

Hubert Marcus Roberts 

Baseball 1.2.3,4.5 . . permanent waves . . Basketball 3, 4. 5; 
permanent blushes . . Monogram Club 1, 2, 3, 4, 5; Vice-pres. 
4 . . heart-breaker. 

Juanita Louise Ross 

Monorone . . demure ■ . Boosters Club 4 . . ran, rah, girl? 

Everette Wendell Self 

Tow-headed . . Alderman 1 . . tip-toer . . Pine Whispers 2, 3; 
pen-pusher. 

Nina Mae Smith 

. domesticated . . Library Page 2, 3, 4; 
. nice smile . . Home Ec. Club 1,2, 3; 
. friendly . . Science Club 3: Sec. of 



Police Club 2, 3, 4 
Girl Reserves 3, 4 
Boosters Club 2, 3 
Girl Reserves 4. 



Edgar Allen Southern 



Football 3, 4, 5 . . "Taffy" , . platinum-blondish . . Mono- 
gram Club 4, 5 . . guard-guarantee. 



Hiram A, Spainhour 



Band 2, 3, 4 . . seen but not heard . , Literary Society 4; 
Baseball 3 . . drummer-boy. 



Helen Lee Stultz 



Girl Reserves 4, 5 . . fair and warmer . , Booster 4, 5 , . 
crooner . . Chorus 5; Lit. Soc. 5 . . girl reserved . . Dra- 
matics 5 . 



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Marjorie Stevenson 

Booster 2,3,4 . . "Marge" . . Office Page 1,2 . . Good 
Sport . . Basketball 1,2,3,4 . . hook-shot . . Baseball 1,2, 
3,4. 



Harriet Claire Thompson 

Policeman 1, 2, 3 . . "Tootsie" . . Band 2, 3, 4 . . love-bitten 
Chorus 1, 3 . . a big splash. 

Mary Lee Tillotson 

Office Page 4 . . pleasingly plump . ■ dark-eyed damsel. 



Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4 . . "Kitty" . . woman in white . . Dramatics 
2, 3; Home Ec. Club 1, 2, 3 . . curtain-raiser. 



Katherine Virginia Welborn 

. . "Kitty" . . woman in whi 
Club 1, 2, 3 . . curtain-raiser. 

James Kenneth West 

Tennis 2, 3. 4, 5 . . "Ken" ■ . Basketball 3, 4 . . cheer-ful 
earful ■ . Excelsior Club 3, 4; Monogram Club 4, 5; Cheer- 
leader 3, 4, 5 . . footlight favorite . ■ Chorus 2, 3. 4, 5; Alder- 
man 3; Band 4. 

Carolyn White 

Nat'l. Honor Soc. 3, 4 . . "Coffie" . . Pres. Nat'l. Honor 
Soc. 4; Police Club 2, 3: Sec. of Police Club 3 . . "just plow- 
in' around" . . Band 3; Office Page 3, 4; Sec. Senior Class 
4; Boosters' Club 3, 4 . . rooter . . Mixed Chorus 1,2,3, 4; 
Girl Reserves 1, 2, 3, 4; Sec. Girl Reserves 1; Clerk of Court 
4; Girls' Glee Club 2, 3, 4. 

Rebecca Louise Wilson 



South High 1, 2, 3, 4 . . good student 
ment 3 . . blushing beauty. 



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HANES HIGH MID-TERM CLASS HISTORY 

Robert Pegram, historian 



In the winter of 1936, a new crop of ambitious fresh- 
men entered the portals of Hanes High School (then 
North High School) to obtain that little sheet of paper 
certifying that they had satisfactorily completed the 
requirements for graduation from the Winston-Salem 
High Schools. 

As all freshmen do, we went tearing down the halls, 
going through the swinging doors just to see them 
swing, and doing many other very unnecessary things. 
We could never find our way around, so we had to ask 
some of our "big brothers" where the rooms were — 
only to be told to turn around and go back in the di- 
rection from which we came. 

Finally, under the understanding guidance of Miss 
Carrie Dungan and Mr. R. S. Haltiwanger, we began 
to realize that we were the future "big shots" of our 
fair city. As a result of that, our heads began to swell 
with an air of importance, and we began to take on 
that "know-it-all" attitude. 

After being caught for chewing gum or running in 
the hall several times, we learned to stop chewing our 
gum and slow from a run to a walk every time we saw 
a "cop". 

With our heads bursting with a thorough knowledge 
of our freshmen and sophomore years, we entered our 
junior year with Miss Nicholson as our sponsor and 
Robert Pegram as the class president. Richard Binkley 
was our member of the Board of Aldermen. 

Along with our junior class entrance come an inter- 
est in extra-curricular activities. Among these were 
dramatics, baseball, football, Excelsior Club, Ushers 
Club, and many other interesting activities. 



We shall never forget the annual Junior and Senior 
dance which we gave in honor of the graduating sen- 
iors or the one given this year for us. 

Eighteen weeks later we found ourselves passing 
the third milestone on our stairway to success. 

As we entered the first half of our fourth year of 
solving math problems, mastering typing, learning to 
speak and write correctly, etc., we began to see the 
light from the beacon of graduation. At this point, we 
began to drop, or fail, at least one of the subjects re- 
quired for graduation in order to stay another semes- 
ter at Hanes High. 

During the first half of our seniority, Myrtle Brink- 
ley and Leo Hutcherson were doing fine work in ath- 
letics, both having high honors bestowed upon them. 
Richard Binkley was also an outstanding athlete. 

As we entered the last half of our senior year under 
the sponsorship of Miss Dungan, we chose as our pre- 
sident, Mary Ethel Johnson, who by-the-way, has been 
a very good journalism student. She also did well in 
dramatics. Robert Pegram was our vice-president, 
Margaret Kates, our secretary, and Leo Hutcherson, 
our treasurer. 

In January 1940, eight of the freshmen class of Jan- 
uary of 1936 had come to the end of what was to 
them a grand and glorious excursion through the un- 
limited realms of knowledge. 

We have been climbing a stairway leading only to 
success. We have passed eleven steps and now stand 
ready to take the twelfth step, known as "life". Here 
we leave our future in the hands of our prophet, 
Richard Binkley. 



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HANES HIGH MID-TERM CLASS PROPHECY 

Richard Binkley, prophet 



The year is 1950. Your informant is standing in the 
See All Observatory on Mt. Vuryhi. It is the day of an 
important discovery, that of an hitherto unknown 
plant in the universe, a very small but very important 
planet which may play a major role in the lives of 
every person who inhabits the earth. All around me 
stand men in flowing robes with long, white beards. 
Each of these men is occupied, and his thoughts run 
deep. Some write on sheets of paper; others have 
their eyes glued intently on television plates, and still 
others are slowly turning dials. There is an air of in- 
tensity that hangs over the room. All of the men, 
though in a different way, seem to be working toward 
the same goal. The room is as quiet as a tomb. The 
only sounds heard are the rustlings of the long robes 
and the shifting of feet on the concrete floor. Though 
your informant is plainly visible the men seem to be un- 
aware of his presence. He moves through the room 
and peeps over the shoulder of a mathematician who 
is working intently over a group of figures. All at once 
the scientist throws out his hands and with a wild 
whoop lunges backward, knocking your informant 
flat on his back — "I've got it! I've got it! I've locat- 
ed Gluto," he shouts wildly. 

All of the other scientists gather around to glance at 
the figures and to ask, "How did you find it?" 

"By thinking of a number from one to six and seven 
eights and multiplying it to the tenth power, then sub- 
tracting the number of toes on one foot and dividing it 
by 1940 and the first month of the year," says the 
mathematician. By now his colleagues are studying 
the figures. 

"Good gawsh," says one, "you missed it a mile. 
That ain't Gluto's location; that's the prophecy of the 
January Class at Hanes High School.'' He handed the 



paper over to me, and I was astounded to read as fol- 
lows: 

Margaret Kates, one-time heartbreaker at Hanes 
High, is now busily engaged in running a nursery and 
looks after twenty-three little dimpled darlings. Is she 
happy! If you're ever down that way, drop in and see 
Margaret at the three-cornered nursery and she will 
greet you with a smile as broad as the gymnasium. 

Leo Hutcherson, three-letter man and former cap- 
tain of the crocheting team at Hanes High, is now pa- 
trolling his beat through Ashcan Alley. For the benefit 
of those who don't know, Leo is keeping in trim for 
the annual Police-Sheriff baseball game. 

Mary Ethel Johnson, who, incidentally married a 
playboy of Ten and One-half St. in Kernerville, is 
compiling the last of her notes for her first book 
"Three Sheets in the Wind," which is expected to go 
to press sometime in the next century. 

George Carper, who, you will remember, had such 
a passion for school work, now has fulfilled his great- 
est desire to be a professor. He is professor of Pig Lat- 
in at Ureka University. George says, "It might be Pig 
Latin to the students, but it's all Greek to me." 

Myrtle Brinkley, former athlete at Hanes High, who 
has won numerous athletic awards, has now taken a 
turn to the finer things of life and is running a charm 
school in the Belgian Congo. 

Richard "Rambler" Binkley, king of hoboes, was 
interviewed on the "Man in the Box Car'' program 
which is sponsored by Tittles Trackless Train Wheels, 
and he reveals that he is going to settle down and live 
on the short run between Ferber's Fox Farm and Doo- 
ley's Good Dairy. Good luck, Rambler. 

Sybil Copple, famed socialite, has just returned from: 
(Continued to page 160) 



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All dressed up; no place to go— Three sweet young things— James 



HANES HIGH JUNE CLASS HISTORY 1940 

Juanita Miller, Historian 



In September, 1936, we, the present graduating class, 
discovered a new leaf on the tree of education. We 
entered the John W. Hanes High School, which was 
then known as North High School. 

We were advised in our freshman year by Miss 
Flavella Stockton and Miss Maude Hale. They helped 
us to get started and become adjusted to this new 
adventure through high school. During this year, mem- 
bers of our class began taking an active part in student 
government. 

Our second year brought new members to our class 
and took some away. Miss Annie Lee Singletary and 
Mr. R. F. Johnston saw that we were well taken care 
of. Members of our class became policemen; others, 
aldermen. Ivis Hicks was named chief-of-police. 

One of the many important events by which we are 
able to remember our junior year was the Junior-Sen- 
ior reception which was held in our own gymnasium, 
January 13, 1938. 

Also six members of our class were initiated into 
the National Honor Society . . . Ivis Hicks, Carolyn 
White, J. E. Robbins, Helen Chunn, Frances Cartner, 
and Juanita Miller, each one being initiated either 
during the junior or senior year. Ivis Hicks received 
the W. C. T. II. award this year. 



Having turned our last leaf of high school days, we 
were very proud to have Miss Mary Nicholson as our 
sponsor. Many of our fellow students liked school so 
much they decided to stay over and take another 
year of it. 

Bill Morgan, who was unanimously elected mayor 
last spring, has proved a very capable one. Carolyn 
White and Marion Cooke have aided in the Judici- 
ary Department of our school. 

Nearly half the class have been members of the 
Chorus sometime during their high school days. We 
have been to Greensboro to enter the state contest for 
the past three years, each year receiving a better rat- 
ing. 

Also, the band has been well represented in our 
class. John Cashion and Hazel Futrell have served 
as drum majors. 

The Dramatic Club had quite a few of the gradu- 
ates during their last years of high school, each one 
proving that he is a good actor. 

Bill Morgan was elected president of the senior 
class; John Cashion, vice-president; Carolyn White, 
secretary; and R. F. Ball, treasurer. 

We shall always hold in memory our motto: "Let 
us be beaten if we cannot fight," and remember the 
thrill of the class night and graduation. 



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"Here's a letter for you, Miss Darden," said my 
very efficient secretary, Carolyn White, and noticing 
the postmark to be "Winston-Salem," 1 quickly open- 
ed it and to my surprise found an invitation from Bill 
Morgan, who is still mayor . . . but now of the city. 
The invitation was to the state championship game 
between my Alma Mater- . . . Hanes High . . . and 
Raleigh High to be played November 30, 1945. It also 
stated that this is the annual homecoming game for 
Hanes. I boarded a plane at Roosevelt Field and arriv- 
ed at Miller Airport at 12:45. A cab was waiting, and 
who should be driving it but old bass friend, John 
"Toby" Cashion! After a warm greeting, we started 
on our way to the "big city" and he explained that he 
hadn't been able to sing very well since the removal 
of his tonsils. I had lunch at the Cavalier Cafeteria 
where Katherine Welborn and Frances Bannister are 
waitresses. It was then 1:15 and time to be on my way 
to Gray Stadium and the game. I arrived in plenty of 
time but saw no familiar faces. Wonder where they all 
were? Just as the kick-off came I heard a most familiar 
voice. I looked around and sitting about five rows be- 
hind me was Buddy Gabriel. Gosh! was I surprised to 
see him! He came down and sat with me during the 
first half. He inquired as to what I was doing. I told 
him I was columnist for the New York Times and he 
said this was his last year at State, where he had been 
a first stringer for two years. He said things hadn't 
turned out at all as he expected and gave a summary 
of our old friends: R. F. Ball is running the Liberty 
Pool Room which he remodelled after the storm which 
left 500 homeless; Harriet Thompson and Lawrence 
Ledwell have been happily married for two years . . . 
as was expected; Hubert Roberts is operating "Ro- 
berts' Beauty Parlor" and he employs Helen Chunn, 




The play's the thing — Just looking 

HANES HIGH JUNE CLASS PROPHECY 

Kathryn Darden, Prophet 



Sylvia Putnam, Juanita Ross and Louise Penry; Grady 
Reich, J. E. Robbins and Wendell Self are now "flat- 
foots" in the city; Helen Currin and Kenneth West are 
partners in a singing and dancing school for the under- 
privileged children; Elizabeth Hedrick and Rachel Wi- 
les are private secretaries for two large industries in 
town; Bobbie Holder was married a month after grad- 
uation and is now living abroad; Bill Alspaugh, Leroy 
Reid and Hassel Venable are clerks in the Super-Ser- 
vice A&P; Ed Pinnix went to Davidson and is now a 
minister in Walkertown, N. C. 

Among those boys who started at the bottom and 
are working up in the tobacco industry are Joe Bar- 
ringer, Charles Carper, J. H. Dunnagan, David Har- 
rison and Douglas Ivester; E. J. Kirby turned out to be 
a very successful farmer. I explained that I didn't 
know very much about any of them, but that John 
Fowler very ably piloted the plane from New York 
and Juanita Miller is with the Metropolitan Opera 
Company where J. A. Adams is her accompanist. Ger- 
trude Fulp, Marjorie Stevenson, and Roxie Cheek are 
models in Chicago. Buddy had to leave at the half and 
go see another old friend, Coach Johnson, and the 
football team. I wandered around with the hopes of 
seeing others I knew and up popped one of the most 
sarcastic ones I had ever known, Marshall Moore. Of 
course, I might have known he would be there, but it 
really was good to see him as he is a most famous per- 
son now . . . the Speaker of the House of Representa- 
tives. He said that Hugh Tomlinson is a senior at Car- 
olina and that those four senior football players who 
didn't graduate in 1940, John Hall, Alton Morgan, Jack 
Phillips and Bill Weatherman, are now in their junior 
year at Duke. 

(Continued to page 160) 



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MID-TERM CLASS 

President— Mary Ethel Johnson 

Vice-President — Robert Pegram 

Secretary — Margaret Kates 

Treasurer — Leo Hutcherson 

Prophet— -Richard Binkley 

Historian — Robert Pegram 

Mascot — Gary Francis Tise 




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JUNE CLASS 

President— Bill Morgan 

Vice-President— John Cashion 

Secretary— Carolyn White 

Treasurer — R. F. Ball 

Prophet — Kathryn Darden 

Historian — Juanita Miller 

Mascot — Gail Osborn 



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WE AIM TO PLEASE- 

So say the editors, the reporters, and the business members of the publications staff 
at Hanes High, and in trying to attain that goal, they have expended no small amount 
of brain power, pen-pushing, organizing, and chasing around in general. 

John Hall, Elizabeth Gordon, Betty Penry, Kathryn Darden, managing editor of 
Pine Whispers, Martha Futrell, Dorothy Johnson, Horace Adams. 

Hilda Austin, editor of Pine Whispers, Frances Cartner, editor of Black and Gold, 
Doris Newsome, Nellie Hardister, Willie Vernon Highfill, Marvin Parrish. 

Gene Disher, Bill Nicholson, Violet Randleman, Opal Sprinkle, Bill Morgan, Busi- 
ness Manager. 

Jimmy Shelton, J. E. Robbins, Dwight Kirby, Marion Cooke, and Kenneth Saunders. 

Not in the picture are Charles Carper, Melvin Hutchins, business staff, and Zeno 
Groce. 




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SCROLL 

Adams 
Shelton 
Darden 
Parrish 
Nicholson 



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GOVERNMENT 

Mayor Bill Morgan 

Judge E. S. Hall, Jr. 

Solicitor __ .Marion Cooke 

Police Chief Bill 

Nicholson 

Ass't. Chief Melvin 

Hutchins 

Clerks Carolyn White, 

Hilda Austin 

Stenographers Arlene 

Brown, Ruth Davis, Louise 
Shoaf 

Fire Chief . Horace Barrett 



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POLICEMEN 

Evelyn Alexander, Mabel Elledge, Ruth Little, Ruth 
Miller, Catherine Lineback, Faith Miller, Nina Smith, 
Arlene Miller, Melvin Hutchins, J. E. Robbins, Grady 
Reich, Molly Widdifield, Wade Moser, Helen Chunn, 
Rachel Wiles, Opal Sprinkle, Anna Barnes, Horace 
Adams, Bobby Harrington, Carney Algood, Louella 
Miller. 



ALDERMEN 

Robert Pegram, Glen Berger, John Tillotson, Billy 
Long, Mabel Stewart, Dorothy Crater, Alice Reid, 
Joe Totherow, C. H. Duncan, Bradley Brooks, Bas- 
com Harrison, George Binkley, Winfred Easter, C. 
W. Whicker, Dick Helsabeck, E. J. Kirby, Zeno 
Groce, Eugene Disher, L. B. Myres, Carroll Poplin, 
Evelyn Knight, Clovis Brantley, Earl Sandefur, Amele 
Holder, Robert Gray, Virginia Cardwell, Tommylea 
Murphy. 







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DEBATERS 



NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY 



DEBATING SQUAD 

My! how they can talk! In the six years history of debating at Hanes High, it 
has sent a team to Chapel Hill five times. This year the record was kept intact by 
Herbert Weber and Bill Nicholson representing the affirmative and Hilda Austin and 
Roy Braswell who upheld the negative. 

NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY 

The members of this honorary scholastic association now number twenty-one at 
Hanes High. Officers are: President, Carolyn White; Vice-president, Ivis Hicks; Sec- 
retary and Treasurer, Arline Brown. Mr. Ray Weathers is sponsor. 



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HOME ECONOMICS CLUB 



GIRLS' BASEBALL 



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GIRL RESERVE AND HI-Y CLUBS 



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GIRLS' BASKETBALL 



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BOYS' BASEBALL 



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On c^rjifiXEaiation 

For his untiring efforts in improving the mechanical draw- 
ing department, aiding art students, and designing decora- 
tions for various affairs, we, the senior class of Reynolds, 
thank Edwin Hoyle Stinson. 



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We hope you, the members of the graduating classes of this 
year, have received every benefit that it was possible for the Rich- 
ard J. Reynolds High to offer during your high school life. It has 
been a joy to work with you, and may the future be bright, happy, 
and prosperous in every way. May the thoughts of your school, 
teachers, and classmates always be a pleasant memory. 





Anna Lula Dobson, B. C. S. 



Head of Commercial Department 

Eastman College 

Palmer School 

Salem College 

Woman's College of U. N. C. 

Ola Maye Nicholson, A. B. 

Director of School Libraries 

Guilford College 

Library Science 

University of North Carolina 

Annie Preston Heilig Fearrington, 
A. B., M. A. 

Head of Foreign Language Department 
Woman's College of University of North Carolina 



Mary C. Wiley, A. B. 



Head of English Department 
Woman's College of University of North Carolina 

Ruth Helmich, B. S. 

Head of Home Economics Department 

Salem College 

Woman's College of University of North Carolina 

University of North Carolina 

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

Head of Science Department 

Salem College 

Columbia University 

University of North Carolina 

Alleghany School for Natural History 



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



Head of Mathematics Department 
Guilford College 
Duke University 



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

Head of Social Science Department 

University of Minnesota 

Harvard University 

Director of Vocational Guidance 



Millard Jackson, B. E. 

Head of Industrial Arts Department 
Eastern Illinois Teachers College 



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L. W. Crowell, Miss Ivey; Misses Tinder and Kreeger; Misses! Elizabeth Kapp and Weaver 
Mrs. McDermott, Mrs. Blakemore; Misses Morgan and Knott; Misses Emma Kapp and Troutman 



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L. W. Crowell 

Mathematics Department 
Springfield College 

Bess A. Ivey, A. B. 

Commercial Department 

Salem College 

Eastman College 

University of North Carolina 

Margaret McDermott, A. B. 

Language Department 
Winthrop College 



Elizabeth Blakemore, A. B, 

Introductory High Work 

Peabody College 

Salem College 



Rosa Tinder, B. S. 

Dietitian 

Peabody College 

Cornell University 

Harrisburg State Teachers College 



Mae Kreeger, A. B., A. B. in L. S. 

Librarian 
University of North Carolina 

Ardena Morgan, A. B., B. S. 

Home Economics Department 

Salem College 
University of North Carolina 

Dorothy Knott, B. S. 

Social Science Department 
Fredericksburg State Teachers College 



Elizabeth B. Kapp, A. B. 

English Department 

Greensboro College 

Salem College 

Janie Weaver, A. B. 

Social Science Department 
Greensboro College 

Emma Kapp, A. B. 

English Department 

Salem College 

Woman's College U. N. C 

Ruth Troutman, A. B. 

English Department 

Columbia University 

Lenoir-Rhyne College 



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Misses Snipes, Ervin, Emmart and W. F. Shealy, B. B. Redmond, C. D. Smith 
Marvin Ward, Floyd West, Hatcher Story and Mrs. Stephenson, J. T. Pfohl, Miss Buckles 



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Mary M. Snipes, A. B. 

Social Science Department 
Salem College 

Ethel Ervin, A. B. 

Language Department 
Duke University 

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

Science Department 

Salem College 

Penn. State 

Marvin Ward, B. S. 

Science Department 

Appalachian State Teachers College 

University of North Carolina 



Floyd E. West, A. B. 

English Department 
Elon College 



Hatcher P. Story, A, B. 

English Department 

Elon College 

University of North Carolina 

W. F. Shealy, A. B. 

Mathematics Department 

Newberry College 

B. B. Redmond, B. S. 

Mathematics Department 
Presbyterian College 



Claude Duane Smith, B. S. 

Social Science Department 
Appalachian State College 

Marjorie Siewers Stephenson, A. B. 

English Department 
Salem College 

Joseph T. Pfohl, A, B. 

Science Department 

Moravian College 

University of North Carolina 

Salem College 

Virginia Buckles, A. B. 

English Department 
University of North Carolina 



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W. F. Blackmore, J. C- Bunn, W. S- Buchanan and Miss Voss, Mrs. Reich, Mrs. Williams 
M. S. Rose, H. C. Hawn, W. Barnette, K. M. Peters and Misses Abbitt and Howell 



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W. F. Blackmore, B. S., L. L. B. 

Mathematics Department 
Wake Forest 



James Charles Bunn, B. S. 

Mathematics Department 

Campbell College 

Wake Forest 

University of North Carolina 

M. S. Rose, A. B. 

Mathematics Department 
Duke University 

H. C. Hawn, A. B. 

Social Science Department 
Lenoir-Rhyne College 



W. S. Buchanan, B. S. 

Science Department 

Davidson College 

Duke University 

University of North Carolina 

Doris Voss 

Secretary to Mr. Joyner 

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

Social Science Department 
University of North Carolina 

Kenneth M. Peters, A. B. 

Mathematics Department 
Emory and Henry College 



Katharine Rogers Reich, A. B. 

Mathematics Department 
Winthrop College 

Garnett Kelly Williams 

Commercial Department 

W. C. U. N. C. 

National Business College 

Margaret Dixon Abbitt 

Commercial Department 
W. C U. N. C. 

Mary E. Howell, A. B., B. S. S.A. 

Commercial Department 

Woman's College of University of North Carolina 

George Washington University 

Columbia University 



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Misses Mary and Faye Martin; Misses Edwards and Wilcox; Misses Huggins and Whitley 
Misses Kerr. Ford and Brookes, Mrs. Swain and Mr. Elrick; Misses Stephenson and Worley 



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Mary Heston Martin, A. B. 

Language Department 

Duke University 

University of North Carolina 

Faye Martin, A. B. 

Language Department 
Woman's College of University of North Carolina 

Rebecca McElroy Kerr, A. B. 

Language Department 
Erskine College 

Ruth A. Ford, B C. S., A. B. 

Commercial Department 

Salem College 

University of Colorado 

University of Virginia 

Bowling Green Business University 

Louisana State University 

University of North Carolina 

Elizabeth Brookes, A. B. 

English Department 

Salem College 

Duke University 



Lucille Edwards, A. B. 

English Department 
Greenville Women's College 



Mollye Wilcox, A. B. 

Social Science Department 
Berea College, Berea, Ky. 

Mary Sterling Swain, A. B. 

English Department 
oman's College of University of North Carolina 

Frederick J. Elrick, B. S. 

Industrial Arts Department 

Friends University, Wichita 

Kansas State Teachers College, Pittsburg 

Mergenthaler Linotype School, Brooklyn 

Carnegie Institute of Technology, Pittsburgh 




Mary L. Huggins, B. S. S. 

Commercial Department 

Bowling Green Business University 

Peabody College 

University of Kentucky 

Pauline Lois Whitley, A. B, 

Language Department 

Oxford College 

Touraine University, France 

University of North Carolina 

Hazel Stephenson, A. B., M. A 

English Department 

Salem College 
Columbia University 

Donnye Worley 

Commercial Department 

Peabody University 

Draughon's Business College 

Graduate of Palmer School of Writing 

Graduate of Zaner Bloser School of Writ 

Salem College 

Western Carolina Teachers College 

Asheville Teachers College 



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Worm's Eye View "Music, Maestro, Please" 



Junior-Senior Jive 





Glamour Is Born 



Bats Or Bullets 



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Sallie Crowell 
Donald Fletcher Swing 



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JUNE 

Bill Woodall— President 
Bill Lambeth — Vice-President 
Phyllis Gordon — Secretary 
Bonnie Angelo — Treasurer 

MID-TERM 

Ernest Newman — President 

West Cashion — Vice President 

Louise Totherow — Secretary 

Theron Armstrong — Treasurer 




B. Woodall, B. Angelo. B. Lambeth, P. Gordon 
E. Newman, L. Totherow, W. Cashion. T. Armstrong 



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REYNOLDS' 
SUPERLATIVES 



A peek into the crystal 
Shows the 1940 class, 
But instead of any future 
We can only see the past. 

What is this that crowds my crystal, 
A sight so uncustomary? 
Well, bless my turban and call me Allah, 
Tis the class of February! 

Willie Swiggett, the class athletes- 
No it isn't Marge or Myrt— 
Is making eyes at Ed Messick, 
The class's biggest flirt. 

Carr Smith is voted most popular, 
Competition for Baby Snooks, 
And Virginia Shaver receives her honor 
From the class for the best looks. 

Steve Poolas is the handsome male. 
The crystal soon reveals 
Louise Totherow, flirt and most popular. 
Ummmmmm — must be "sox appeal". 

The best athlete is Jack Keenan 
Who makes feminine hearts to pound. 
Julian Trivette and Dorothy Davis 
Are voted best all-around. 

Oh! The crystal once more is clouding! 
An act to a different tune! 
Across the scene roar the 40's, 
The rip-snorting class of June. 

Bonnie Angelo and Jake Freed 
Voted most popular by the courts. 
Queen Bonnie reigns as best all-around, 
And Jake is king of sports. 

Polly Gaither stars in all the sports 

And takes athletic lead, 

While Bahnson Gray and Mary Lucy 

Baynes 
Are most likely to succeed. 

Bill Woodall is most versatile. 
Marie Kimball's looks are grand. 
The handsomest boy— Bob Ogburn— 
Male version of Ann Sheridan. 

So the superlative list closes. 
It's well we took this note. 
A terrible thing has happened— 
The crystal glass just broke. 



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REYNOLDS HIGH 
MID-TERM SENIORS 

Theron Otis Armstrong 

Midget Football 1,3; Basketball 2 . . "Thee" . . Basketball 
3, 4; Reserve Football 4 . . unruly hair . . Varsity Football 
5; Reserve Basketball 5 . . history class secretary . . Class 
Treas. 4. 

Henry Lowrance Ausband 

Hink-Hank . . Travel Club 4; Sec. 4 . . Old Town. 

Raymond Beard 

Football 2, 3, 4, 5, 6 . . "Bluebeard" . . Baseball 2, 3, 4 . . 
extensive reader . . Etiquette Club 4; Monogram Club 
5, 6 . . backfielder . . Readers Digest Club 5, 6. 

Kenneth M. Boyles 

Printer . . newsboy . . friendly grin. 

Bob Brewer 



Stubborn hair . . tactful 



olite. 



Robert H. Brooks 

Curly brown hair . . commercial course . . Woodwork Club 
1,6.. docile. 

Mack Warren Brown 

Horticulture . . O. Henry Club 4 . . blond hair. 

Sara Catherine Byrum 

G. A. A. 1: Basketball' 1 . . blonde . . Baseball 1; Band 
1. 2; Harlequin Club 1.2.. giggles ■ . Etiquette Club 2. 3, 4; 
O. Henry Club 3 . . parking her car . . Girl Reserves 2, 3: 
Testator 4. 

West Cashion 

Dramatic Club 1 . . red sweater . . Travel Club 1. 2; Eti- 
quette Club 3, 4 . . Chinese Checkers . . Aero. Club 3; Class 
Vice-Pres. 4 . . fast driver. 

Annie Lee Chrysson 

Etiquette Club 1; Girl Reserves 1,2.. sings to herself . . 
Office Page Club 2 . . friendly . . Etiquette Club 3 . . 
black wavy hair. 

Dorothy Davis 

Etiquette Club 1. 2, 3. 4; Girl Reserves 2, 3 . . honor roll . . 
O. Henry Club 3: Home Ec. Honor Club 4; Sec. 4 . . 
sweet smile . . Prophet 4 . . home ec. . . Nat'l Hon. 
Soc. 4. 

Mary Elliott 

Etiquette 1,2.. hair ribbons . . Boosters Club 4 . . boon 
companion — Margie Barker . . House of Rep. 3 . . ^oocf dan- 
cer . . Council 4. 

Rosemary Elizabeth Erickson 

Debaters Club I . . " Blondie" . . Etiquette Club 1 , 2, 3 . . sad- 
dle shoes . . O. Henry Club 3 . . sociable . . Boosters Club 4. 

Jordan Gallos 

"C" Band 1; Drum Majors Club 1.2.. Saxophone ■ . "B" 
Band 2 . . ace cartoonist . . "A" Band 3, 4 . . swing fan . . 
Music Club 3. 4. 

Charles E. Gibson 

Gray High I . . lanky printer . . Printers Club 2, 3. 4; Pres. 
2; Vice-Pres. 3, 4 . . quiet ..LP. I. Color Contest 2, 3. 

Lucy Hunter 

"Very reserved . . serious . . successful in her work. 



Alma Jones 



Sec. Homeroom 1 . . redheaded . . Pres. Homeroom 2 . . 
small . . demure. 



Jack Keenan 



Scrub Football 1; Varsity Football 2, 3, 4, 5, 6; Football Capt. 
5.6; Basketball 5,6; Soccer 1; Track 3, 4 . . "Hobbs" . . 
Baseball 2, 3; Monogram Club 4, 5, 6; Vice Pres. 4, 5. 6; 
"educated toe" . . Etiquette Club 4, 5, 6; Pres. 6; Music 
Club 3, 5: Boosters Club 2, 3; House of Rep. 1,2; C. M. T. 
C. 1, 2, 3 . . 6 years . . Armistice Day Program 5; All 
City Football 5, 6; All State Football 5; All Western Con- 
ference 5. i ! 




<*§'85£*» 




REYNOLDS HIGH 

Ida Mae Maree 

O. Henry Club 3. 4 . . "Buckwheat" . . Debaters Club 1. 2; 
basketball star . . Children's Home Basketball 2, 3, 4 . . plea- 
sant . . Children's Home Baseball 2, 3, 4. 

Marjorie Ellen Mullen 

Girl Reserves 2. 3, 4; Personality Club 2; Etiquette Club 2. 3; 
polite . . Office Page Club 4; Lib. Staff Ass't 4: Nat'l Hon.' 
Soc. 4 . . intelligent . . Latin Club 3; French Club 4; Pres. 
4: O. Henry Club 4 . . "Cherub" . . Class Historian 4. 

Vernard Myers 

"Gump" . . square dancing . . cooperative. 

Ernest Newman 

Football 1,2,3.4; Track 2 . . grins . . Debaters Club 2 . . 
favorite color—blue . . O. Henry Club 3, 4 . . Rotary delegate 
Class Pres. 4. 

James S. Pfaff 

Scrub Football 1,2,3,4; Varsity Football 5; Harlequin Club 
3; Etiquette Club 2, 3 . . long hair . . Music Club 4; Occupa- 
tions Club 5; Vice-Pres. 5; House of Rep. 4: Representative 
from House to Council 4 . . beach sandals . . Booster 3; Bas- 
ketball Mgr. 3, 4; Honorary Coach Basketball 3, 4; Cast "Two 
Crooks and a Lady" 2; Cast "Little Women" 3; Class Foot- 
ball Team I; Band 1. 2, 3, 4; State Contest 1, 2, 3, 4 . . jitter- 
bug . . 2nd Place State Soloist 3; Ensemble 3, 4. 



Julian Archer Pfaff 



Homeroom Pres. 1; Cast "Two Crooks and a Lady" 2; Cast 
"Londonderry Air" 3 . . little brown satchel . . Football 
3. 4. 5, 6; Track 4, 5; Band 2, 3, 4 . . jitterbug . . Music Club 
3, 4; Occupations Club 5; Etiquette Club 5, 6; Jr. Dram. Club 
4; Harlequin Club 3 . . friendly voice . . Reynolds Hi 
Players 2, 3, 4; Hi-Y 1, 2; State Music Contest 3, 4. 



Hayward Ray 



Etiquette Club 2, 3, 4, 5 . . "Hayseed" 
"Baby Ray" . . overcoat . . Booster. 



Music Club 1 



Milas Brady Raymer 



"Red" . . O. Henry Club 3 . . shy 
3 . . scientifically inclined. 



Metric Science Club 



Eugene C. Reece 



Scrub Football 1.2; Varsity Football 3,4,5; Basketball 3,4; 
"Freak" . . Track 3, 4; Baseball 2, 3; Etiquette Club 2, 4, 5; 
top-down Ford . . House of Rep. 2; Music Club 3, 4 . . 
Arc/more . . Band 1, 2; Dramatic Club 1. 



Willie Swiggett 



Needlework Club 1; Pres. 1 . . convertibles . . Debaters Club 
2 . . sports . . Music Club 3. 4 . . entertaining. 

Ruby Gordon Thomas 

G. A. A. 2 . . ambitious . . Etiquette Club 2, 3 . . friendly 
O. Henry Club 3 . . home girl . . Homq Ec. Hon. Club 4; 
Pres. 4. 

Raymond B. Thrift 

Mocassins . . Travel Club 4 . . mischievious. 

Martha Louise Totherow 

Hanes High 1; Class Pres. 1 . . puffed hair . . Alderman 1; 
Girl Reserves 1, 2, 3 . . gleaming teeth . . O. Henry Club 2. 
3. 4 . . charming smile . . Etiquette Club 2. 3, 4; Class Sec. 4. 

Gilbert Townsend 

"Twin" . . Music Club 3 . . amateur poet . . Children's 
Home Football 1, 3, 4 . . slow drawl. 



Julian W. Trivette 

Scrub Football 1, 2; Varsity Football 3, 4, 5, 6; Track 1, 2, 5: 
"Red" ■ . House of Rep. 4; Baseball 1.2; Monogram Club 
4. 5. 6; Sec. 5 . . Irish ■ . Etiquette Club 4. 5, 6; Music Club 
3; Soccer 1 . . feet propped on window sill . . All Western 
Conference Football 4; All City Football 4, 5. 

Geneva Walsh 

Gray High 1 . . blue eyes . . Dram. Club 1; Glee Club 1 . . 
quiet . . Etiquette Club 2, 3; O. Henry Club 3. 

Ethel Juanita Webster 

Gray High 2, 3; Lib. Staff Ass't 4 . . interest in work . . 
Music Club 4 . . reliable . . Personal Relation Dept. 3 . . 
sedate . . Traffic Dept. 2. 

Doris Mae White 

Shoulder-length locks . . Etiquette Club 2, 3 . . calmness. 



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REYNOLDS HIGH 

Clara Lelia Woods 

Girl Reserves 1, 2: Durham High 3 . . clean-cut talker . . O. 
Henry Club 3 . . biology . . Music Club 4 . . determined . . 
Etiquette Club 4. 

JUNE SENIORS 

Nancy Alexander 

Girl Reserves 1,3.4: Harlequin Club 1,2; Dramatic Club 
3. 4 . . "Lizzie" of "77ie Sat" . . Cast "The Birds' Christ- 
mas Carol" 2; "Buddy Buys an Orchid" 3; Etiquette Club 
1,3 . . candid . . Personality Club 2: Latin Club 3; O. 
Henry Club 3; House of Rep. 2, 3; Creative Writing 4: Pres. 
4; Lib, Staff Ass't 3, 4 . . "A" auerapes . . Nat'l Hon. Soc. 
4* Cast "As You Like It" 2; "The Bat" 4. 

Annie Sue Allred 

Etiquette Club 2 . . chemist . . Music Club 3 . . alto voice 
College Club 4 . . unassuming. 



Ruth Evelyn Angel 



Band 2, 3, 4, 5; Girl Reserves 1, 2, 3. 4. 5 . . cymbals . . 
Dramatic Club I; Harlequin Club 2 . . "Rhapsody in Blue" 
Instrumental Club 2, 4. 5; Personality Club 3; Etiquette Club 
4 . . smiles. 

Veronica "Bonnie" Angelo 

Cheerleader 3, 4; Head 4; Class Pres. 3; Class Treas. 4; 
Quill and Scroll 4; Pine Whispers Staff 3, 4; Assoc. Ed. 3; 
Black and Gold Staff 3,4: Council 1; Reynolds Hi Players 
1. 2, 4; Pres. 4: Sr. Marshall 3: Girl Reserves 2, 3, 4; Sec. 3; 
Social Chm. 4; Tennis 3, 4; Knit. Club 1; Harlequin Club 
1,2; Personality Club 2; Pres. 2; Etiquette Club 3; Reporter 
3; Photo. Club 3 . . hair bows . . Occupations Club 4; Vice- 
Pres. 4; Reporter 4 . . personality . . Cast "Little Women" 
2; "Birthday of the Infanta" 1; "Birds' Christmas Carol" 1; 
spontaneous . . "Agatha" 3; "The Bat" 4; Director "Scenes 
from Shakespeare"2. 

Phyllis Armfleld 

Mineral Springs High 1 . .■ calm . . Basketball 2, 3, 4; Mgr. 3; 
energetic . . Etiquette Club 2; Monogram Club 3, 4; Treas. 
3 . . athletic. . 

James P. Ashby, Jr. 

Tennis 1, 2, 4 . . camera fiend . . Football 2; Aero. Club 
1,2.. aviator . . Photo. Club 4; Pres. 5 . . exact . . Pub' 
lications Photographer 4. 

William Franklin Ashby 

Track 2, 3, 4, 5 . . chemistry fiend . . Midget football 2 

Scrub Football 3 . . third stringer . . Varsity Football 4 

Aero. Club 1,2 . . distinguished manner . . Etiquette Club 4 
Hi-Y 2. 

Florence Atwood 

Etiquette Club 2, 3 . . diminutive . . Drum Majors Club 1 . . 
talkative . . Lib. Staff Ass't 3 . . speed typist. 

Grady Baber, Jr. 

Etiquette Club 3 . . "Burr" . . O. Henry Club 4 . . Buic.'t 
Latin Club 2; Track 2 . . wavy hair. 

Hattie Louise Bagby 

Girl Reserves 1, 2; Etiquette Club 1,2. . natural curls . ■ 
O. Henry Club 3; Home Ec. Honor Club 4 . . 6e//s on her 
shoes . . College Club 4; Glee Club 1,2.. Southern drawl. 



"Buck" 



Frank R. Bailey, Jr. 

. cartoonist . . doodler. 



Jean William Bain 

Latin Club 1,2; Etiquette Club 1,3; Jr. Dram. Club 1 . . 
souvenirs . . Lib. Staff Ass't 3, 4, 5; Girl Reserves 3; French 
Club 4; Vice-Pres. 4; College Club 5 . . lavender . . S. I. 
P. A. Delegate 4; P ne Whispers Reporter 3, 4. 5; Asso. 
Ed. 3; Black and Gold Staff 3, 4. 5; Sr. Ed. 4 . . double 
dimples . . Home Ec. Club 5; Vice Pres 5. 

Virginia May Baker 

Lib. Staff Ass't 1, 2, 3 , . big smiles . . House of Rep. 2, 3: 
practical minded . . Home Ec. Honor Club 3, 4 . . courteous. 

Paul Ballus 

Bright colors . . Etiquette Club 2,4 . . wit and humor , , 
Travel Club 1 . . chewing gum. 

Virginia I. Bare 

French Club 1.2; Etiquette Club 3 . . frank . . O. Henry 
Club 4; Lib. Staff Ass't 1, 2, 3, 4 . . reserve room. 

Margie Barker 

Etiquette Club 1 , 3, 4 . . slender . . O. Henry Club 3; Girl 
Reserves 4 . . fair play . . Chief Sr. Marshall 3 . . 
stylish clothes . . House of Rep. 1. 



Platinum blonde 
■sociable. 



Ruth Mae Barnes 

. Etiquette Club 3. 4 . . sparkling eyes 




«*3S7 $»» 




Reserved 



REYNOLDS HIGH 

William Wilton Barnhardt 

• Hi-Y 2, 3, 4 . . fast 

Batt 



ner , . history fan. 



une 



en 



G. A. A. 1; Cast "The Exchange" 2; Etiquette Club 1,2.3; 
Cast "The Princess Marries the Page" 2: Lib. Staff Ass't 2, 
3; Reynolds Hi Players 2, 3, 4 . . dancer . . Cast "Agatha" 
3; Occupations Club 3. 4; Girl Reserves 2, 3. 4 . . "Princess": 
Property Mgr. "Little Women"; "Skidding" 3; Pine Whispers 
Reporter 4; Harlequin Club 1 . . pert . . Personality Club 2- 
Cast "The Bat" 4. 



Mary Lucy Baynes 



Lib. Staff Ass't 1,2; Sec. 1; Council 1,2.3,4; Treas. 2; 
Sec. 3; Pine Whispers Staff 2. 3, 4; Asso. Ed. 2: Managing 
Ed. 3; Ed-in-chief 4; La-tin Club 1, 2 . . personality plus . . 
Jr. Dram. 2; Etiquette Club 3; Quill and Scroll 3. 4; Pres. 4; 
versatile . . Nat'l Hon. Soc. 3. 4; Treas. 4; 3rd Place State 
Safety Essay Contest 1; Delegate S. I. P. A. 3. 4 . . in- 
genious . . Delegate State Nat'l Hon. Soc. Convention 3; 
College Club 4; D. A. R. Representative 4; Chief Sr. Mar- 
shall 3. 



O. Henry Club 4 . 
Midget Football 1 



James Beard 

. . infielder . . Baseball 
. . black hair. 

Ethan C. Beeson 



3, 4 



quiet 



Hanes High 1; Spring Football 1; Boosters Club 1 . . "specs" 
Band 3, 4, 5; Jr. Dram. 2. 3 . . scientist . . Cast "Hold Every- 
thing" 3: Music Club 4; Instrumental Music Club 5 . . band- 
ster. 

Margaret Bennett 

Sports . . flirtatious. 

Wilson Lee Berger 

Nat'l Hon. Soc. 5. 6: Ushers Club 6; Pine Whispers Bus. 
Staff 5, 6; Mgr. 6; House of Rep. 5 . . ads . . Football 6 . . 
cotton top . . Basketball 3, 4, 5, 6: Track 4, 5. 6 . . dribbler. 



Woodrow Berryhill 



Etiquette Club 5; Children's Home Midget Football, Basket- 
ball 1.2 . . "Woody" . . Football 3,4,5; Basketball 3,4,5: 
amicable ■ . Baseball 3.. 4, 5 . . football dynamo. 



Mary Ellen Blalock 



G. A. A. 1 . . home ec. artist. . Girl Reserve 1,3 
dark eyes . . Lib. Staff Ass't 1; Etiquette Club 3; Home Ec. 
Club 3. 4 . . forest green. 



Raymond Eugene Blue 



. the 
even 



Priniers Club 1,2,3,4; Sec. -Treas. 3.4; Pres. 4 
printshop's boy Friday . . Printers Club Award 3 
tempered ..LP. I. Color Contest 4 . . "Blue." 

Frieda Kathleen Boger 

Dramatic Club 1,2,3,4,5; Cast "Third Ingredient" 1; "Lar- 
nin' " 2; "The Exchange" 2; "Little Women" 3 . . band box 
appearance . . Girl Reserves 1,2,3; Etiquette Club 1,2,3; 
Music Club 4; College Club 5 . . interpretive music . . 
State Dramatic Contest 2; State Latin Contest 3, 4; Nat'l 
Hon. Soc. 5; Library Staff Ass't 4: Office Page 5 . . dramatic. 



Carlyle Bogle 



Track 3 . . drugstore cowboy . . Etiquette Club 2, 3 . . 
sporty . . Aero. Club 1.2.. light leather jacket. 

Melba Lee Bowen 

Friendly . . Music Club 3 . . red hair and freckles . . 
talkative. 

Maxwell Bradford 

"Max" . . Boosters Club 4 . . scientist . . Aero. Club 4 . . 
pork pie hats. 

J. R. Brewer 

Boy Scout . . chewing gum fanatic . . sympathetic. 

Virginia Bridges 

Music Club 2, 3 . . timid smile . . Etiquette Club 1,4.. 
fair complexion . . Girl Reserve . . good typist. 

Juanita Brittain 

Etiquette Club 1. 2; Glee Club 3, 4 . . complacent . . C. H. 
Basketball 4 . . long black hair . . C. H. Baseball 3, 4 . . 
future secretary. 

Martha Christile Broadway 

Booster 2; House of Rep. 4 . . big eyes . . Etiquette Club 3, 4; 
Pres. 3 . . dancing . . Girl Reserves 1,2.. mimic . . O. 
Henry Club 3; Homeroom Pres. 1. 



■*§ 88 £*» 




Wo Off u>or A: 



REYNOLDS HIGH 

William L. Brown, Jr. 

. Etiquette Club 4 . . "W. L." 

Margaret Cornell Brunt 



reserved 



G. A. A. 1; Soccer 1: Dramatic Club 1 . . "Cornie" . . Latin 
Club 3; Etiquette Club 2; College Club 4; Cast "The Neck- 
lace" 1 . . smiles . . Occupations Club 2; Nat'l. Hon. Soc. 4, 
5; "Pine Whispers" Typist 5: Office Pages Club 4 . . poetry 
Library Staff Ass't 4; Girl Reserves 3, 5; Black and Gold 
Typist 5; Black and Gold Bus. Staff 5; Boosters Club 5. 



Bobby Bryant 

Mineral Springs High 2. 3; Hi-Y !. 2, 3. 4 . . newcomer . . 
Dramatic Club 3, 4 . . brogue ■ . Travel Club 4 . . affable 

E. Eugene Bumgardner 



Rolled up pant legs 
Photo. Club 3, 4, 5 . 



Latin Club 1 , 2 
ing drummer. 



Dorothy Burchette 



Lib. Staff Ass't 2. 3, 4; Harlequin Club 2 . . Tom Thumbette 
Colleqe Club 4; Reynolds Hi Players 3 . . industrious . . 
Latin'Club 3; French Club 4; Girl Reserves 3, 4; _ Cast "The 
Birds' Christmas Carol"; "Mimi Lights a Candle" . . Indian 
jewelry ■ . Basketball 3; Etiquette Club 1, 3 



Jacquelyn Burgess 



Latin Club 2 . . football fan . . Tennis 2. 3 . . "Jackie" 
Etiquette Club 2, 3. 4, 5; Home Ec. Honor Club 4 . . giggi 



Jack Burke 



Aero. Club 1,2; Harlequin Club 3; Etiquette Club 3, 5 . . 
mischievous eyes . . Occupations Club 4; Hi-Y 1, 2. 3. 4; 
Treas. 2 . . Hitler hair . ■ Boosters Club 4; Pres. 4; Cheer- 
leader 4, 5 . . "Burke" . . Scrub Football 3; Hi-Y Confer- 
ence 3. 



Barrett Burton 



Artistic . . Photo. Club 3 . . striped shirts 
4 . . independent. 



Travel Club 2 . 
Etiquette Club 4 



Jack Burton 

usher . . O. Henry Club 3 
. . funny sayings. 

Mildred L. Butner 



Etiquette Club 



fan 



G. A. A. 1; Etiquette Club 2, 3 . . cheerful . . Monogram 
Club 3, 4; Pres. 3; Sec. 4 . . athletic . . Soccer 3, 4; Mgr. 4; 
Basketball 2,3,4; Mgr. 4; Baseball 3. 4 . . red plaid. 



Zack Bynum 



Midget Football 1.2.. Eagle Scout . 
strumental Music Club 3, 4 . . character 
Indian lore . . State Music Contest 3. 



Band 1, 2, 3, 4; In- 
. Ushers Club 4 . . 



William C. Campbell, Jr. 



Latin Club 2; Vice-Pres. 2 . . 
sociable . . Occupations Club 4 



ill . . Etiquette Club 3; 
. flashy clothes. 



Jane Cannon 



Girl Reserves 3, 4: Conference Delegate 3; Treas. 4 . . tennis 
whi: . . Sr. Marshall 3; Pine Whispers Reporter 3. 4; Sr. Ed. 
Black and Gold 4 . . refreshing beam . . Latin Club 1; Lib. 
Staff Ass't 1.4; Etiquette Club 2.3; Basketball 3; College 
Club 4; Treas. 4; Tennis 3. 4 . . Irish eyes . . Nat'l Hon. 
Soc. 4; Quill and Scroll 4. 

Annie Mae Carter 

Book Club 1; Etiquette Club 2, 4 . . serious . . Readers Digest 
Club 2 . . short hair . . Music Club 3 . . dependable. 



Milton Blair Cash, Jr. 



Tennis 3, 4, 5; Etiquette Club 4 . . dignity . . Monogram 
Club 4, 5; Occupations Club 4, 5 . . piercing look . . Basket- 
ball 5; Ushers Club 5; Delegate Tar Heel Boys State 4; 
Speaker ,of House of Rep, 5 . . debonair. 

Henry E. Chambers 

Band 1,2.. green Plymouth ■ . Aero. Club 1, 2; Etiquette 
Club 4, 5 . . blonde . . Travel Club 3 . . monogrammed scarf. 

William H. Chance, Jr. 



Home Room Treas. 1 . 
Club 4 . . arrowheads 
Scout. 



'Ace" . . Photo. Club 2; Etiquette 
. Readers Digest Club 4 . . Boy 



Fay Chandler 



G. A. A. 1; Etiquette Club 2, 3. 4 . . flaxen-haired . . Travel 
Club 4; Occupations Club 5 . . Myrtle Beach . . Pine Whis- 
pers Reporter 3, 4; Black and Gold Staff 3, 4; Girl Reserves 
3. 5 . . "Lillie Fay." 



^89^ 




REYNOLDS HIGH 

Edris Church 

House of Rep. 1 . . demure . . Etiquette Club 2 . . accented 
speech . . Class Sec. 3 . . concise. 



Alma Lucille Clodfelter 



Glee Club 
musical. 



dimples 



Music Club 3 . . neat 



Elizabeth Louise Cobb 

Latin Club 2 . . chicken fear . . Etiquette Club 3; Stamp 
Club 3 . . giggles ■ . Girl Reserves 3. 4; College Club 4; 
Nat'l Hon. Soc. 4 . . rattle box. 

Mary Elizabeth Coe 

Harlequin Club 2; Etiquette Club 2. 3. 5 . . sports writer . . 
College Club 4; Pine Whispers Reporter 3, 4; Exchange Ed. 
4: Girls Sports Ed. 5 . . expressive ejres . . Quill and Scroll 
5 . . hard worker. 

Mary Gladys Coleman 

Girl Reserves 1, 2, 3; Etiquette Club 1 . . red cardigans back- 
wards ■ . Latin Club 1; Music Club 2; Travel Club 3 . . 
laughing eyes . . Occupations Club 3; Tennis 1, 2, 4 . . iocu- 
lar . . G. A. A. 2. 



Josephine Collins 

Etiquette Club 2 . . turqucise eyes . . Latin Club 3 . . literate 
Girl Reserves 3, 4; O. Henry Club 4 . . quiet voice. 

Marion Eugene Cook 

Speedy . . "Cocky" . . Lunchtime football. 



Rex Sawyer Coston 



Dramatics 1, 3, 5 . . radio voice . . Cast "South in Sonora" 
1; "Birthday of | the Infanta" 1; "The Exchange" 2; "Hold 
Everything" 3; "Drums of Death" 3; Voice 1, 2, 4. 5; Second 
Place State Music Contest. 3; First Place State Music Contest 
4; First Place National Music Contest 4; Glee Club 4: Pres. 
4 . . "Short'nin Bread" . . Jr. Dramatics 3; Pres. 3; Hi-Y 
1. 2, 3, 4; Band 2, 3, 4, 5; Pine Whispers Reporter 2 . . scenic. 

Thomas. Marshall Courtney 

Travel Club 3, 4 . . Duke . . Occupations Club 5 . . potatoes 
Ushers Club 5 . . aloof. 

Irving Craft 

Etiquette 2. 3, 4, 5 . . Buck . . Band 3. 4, 5 . . trombone 
slider . . Band Club 4 . . roguish grin. 

Bill Cranfill 

Printers Club 1.2,3.4; Sec. 2; Vice Pres. 4 . . friend- 
ly . . Baseball 3, 4. 5; Football 1 . . printer's ink ..LP. 
1. Essay Contest 3 . . green shirt. 

Lelia Gray Creech 

Knitting Club 1 . . musical . . Etiquette Club 1,2; O. Henry 
Club 3 . . algebra . . Readers Digest Club 3, 4; Vice-Pres. 4; 
Girl Reserves 2,3.. " Lela." 

Margaret Irene Crews 

Girl Reserves 1; Debaters Club 2 . . window-shopping . . 
Pine Whispers Reporter 2; House of Rep. 3 . . chocolate pie 
Etiquette Club 3; Music Club 3 . . "Henrietta." 

Bernice Crotts 

Children's Home Football 3, 4. 5 . . "Bernis" . . Basketball 
3, 4, 5 . . amateur barber . . Baseball 5 . . "Stan." 

Nancy Josephine Crotts 

Gray High 1 . . "Nancy Jo" . . French Club 2 . . likes to 
drive . . Etiquette Club 3 . . steady worker . . College Club 
4; Tennis 3. 

Sara E. Crowell 

French Club 1; Girl Reserves 1, 2, 3, 4 . . smiles . . Etiquette 
Club 2, 4; O. Henry Club 3 . . coal-black hair . . G. A. A. 
1 ; Tennis 3,4.. modest . . Homeroom Sec.-Treas. 3; Class 
Vice-Pres. 3, 

Edith Lutrell Davis 

Latin Club 1, 2 . . charming . . Girl Reserves 1, 2, 3, 4 . 
pacifist . . Etiquette Club 3 . . constant companion: Evelyn 
Phelps . . College Club 4; Tennis 4. 

Everett H. Davis 



Amicable . . Hi-Y 1, 2. 3, 4 



vboy and Indian.' 



«^3 90 £; 



REYNOLDS HIGH 

Karlcne Davis 

French Club 1 . . talkative . . G. A. A. 2; Instrumental 
Music Club 3 . . sky-blue eyes . . athletics. 

Paul E. Denny- 
Band 3, 4: Drum Majors Club 3 . .. playboy . . Music Club 4; 
Etiquette Club 1, 2, 5: Pres. 2 . . clown ■ ■ Dramatic Club 4; 
Class Treas. 3 . . wavy hair . . O. Henry Club 5. 

Sara Diehl 

Serene . . Etiquette Club 3, 4, 5 . . professional handwriting. 



P. W. Dobbins, Jr. 



Glee Club 1 . . "Mickey" . . Debating Club 2 . . soda 
jerker . . Hi-Y 2, 3, 4; Drum Major Club 3 . . Emmet 2nd . . 
Etiquette Club 3; O. Henry Club 4. 

Irene Dowell 

G. A. A. 1 . . forward . . Drum Majors Club 2; Etiquette 
Club 3, 4; Vice-Pres. 3 . . soccer star . . Basketball 2, 3, 4; 
Capt. 4 . . blond . . Soccer 2. 3, 4; Mgr. 3. 

Susan Jeanette Dowling 

Boone High 1, 2; Travel Club 3 . . rippling hair . . French 
Club 4 . . quietness ■ . Glee Club 1; Home Ec. Honor Club 2; 
gentle voice. 



Evelyn Frances Duke 

l . . dimples . ■ Etiquette Cli 
g Club 4 . . sociable. 

Margie Alspaugh Dull 



Music Club 1,2.. dimples . . Etiquette Club 3 . . blonde 
Creative Writing Club 4 . . sociable- 



Latin Club 1,2.. rich voice . . Girl Reserves 1; Glee Club 
1 . . sense of humor . . Etiquette Club 3; College Club 4; 
patience. 

Marjorie Leigh Duranso 

Etiquette Club I, 2, 3 . . petite . . Girl Reserves 2, 3, 4 . . 
quiet as a mouse . . Occupations Club 4 . . clever. 

Mary Virginia Edwards 

Summit School 1 . . determined . . Salem Academy 2 . . 
pecan rolls . . Glee Club 3, 4 . . dancer. 

Willie Ruth Edwards 

French Club 3: Latin Club 2 . . good-natured . . Etiquette 

Club 1, 2; Occuoations Club 4; Girl Reserves 4 . . sky blue 

eyes . . Lib. Staff Ass't 1; Harlequin Club 2 . . nimble 
fingers . . Pine Whispers Reporter 3. 4. 



Douglas Elam 



Rural Hall High 3 . . Baptist Hospital essay . . Declamation 
Contest Winner 2 . . long black overcoat . . Debating 4 . . 
giant stride . . Glee Club 1, 2, 3. 

Frances Marguerite English 

Harlequin Club 1, 2; Latin Club 1 . . blonde . . French Club 
3; Etiquette Club 3, 4 . . dianity . . Glee Club 3; Travel 
Club 4 . . pretty clothes . . Girl Reserves 2. 3, 4. 

Margaret Estelle Ernst 

Girl Reserves 1, 2; Lib. Staff Ass't 1, 2, 4 . . jingling anklet: 
Etiquette Club 2, 3; O. Henry Club 4 . . sympathizing . . 
G. A. A. 1 . . flirtatious. 

William Lee Ernst 

Printers Club 1. 2, 3; Sec. -Treas. 3 . . ouercoar . . House of 
Rep. 2 . . printer's ink . . Etiquette Club 3. 4 . . twin . . I. 
P. I. Color Contest 4. 

David James Ezzell, Jr. 

Gray High 1.2.. "Jimmy" . . Etiquette Club 3. 4 . . match 
covers . . Travel Club 4; . . printer's ink. 



Zeno William Faries 



'Z. W.' 



Scrub Football 4 



curb service. 



Kenneth P. Ferebee 



Hi-Y 1. 2, 3, 4; Etiquette Club 1 . . "Flash" . . Basketball 1; 
O. Henry Club 4, 5; Pres. 5 . . twirling his watch chain . . 
Homeroom Pres. 4; Track 5 . . baseball. 




«s§91 $*» 




REYNOLDS HIGH 



Baseball 2. 3, 4. 5 . 
5; Basketball 3, 4, 5 
cornetist . . Band 3 



Miriam Fetter 

. business-like manner . . Soccer 2, 3. 4. 
. . sportswoman . . Music Club 3, 4. 5; 
4, 5. 



Jake Freed 

Asheville High 1. 2: Football 1. 2, 3. 4. 5 . . g 
Baseball 1,2.. orange "X" . . Track 3, 4; 
side-splitting imitator. 



<ld football 
Hi-Y 1. 2 



Raymond Freeman 



Children's Home Football 1,2,3,4.5 . . "Pot" . . Child- 
ren's Home Basketball 1,2. . English shark . . Children's 
Home Baseball 4, 5 . . dairyman ■ . All-City Football 4; 
Rotary Club Delegate 4. 



Barbara E. Frye 



Harlequin Club 1 : Latin Club 2 
3; Music Club 3; Travel Club 4 
Staff Ass't 4 . . congenial. 



Friday 
. airy . 



. Etiquette Club 
. Tennis 2; Lib. 



S. Porter Fulk, Jr. 



Midget Football 
quette Club 4 . 
Club 5 . . agile. 



"Poke 
songster 



. Debaters Club 2. 3: Eti- 
Occupations Club 4; Glee 



Jean Gabriel 



history 



Traquil . . Etiquette Club 1,2 . . excels 
Home Ec. Club 3 . . likable personality. 

Pauline Gaither 

G. A. A. 1; Drum Major Club 2 . . "Polly" . . Etiquette 
Club 2, 4; Girl Reserves 1, 2, 3; Monogram Club 3; Sec. 3 . . 
sportswoman . . Boosters Club 1, 2, 3; House of Rep. 3; 
Soccer 1,2,3,4; Basketball 1.2,3.4; Capt. 3 . . lefty . . 
Tennis 1,2,3,4; Medal Best All Round Athlete 3; Most 
Athletic 4. 

Richard R. Glenn 

Harlequin Club 2; Homeroom Pres. 2 . . literate . . Cast 
"As You Like It" 2; "The Bat" 4: Latin Club 3.4; Sec 3; 
" A" average . . Reynolds Hi Players 3. 4; Nat'l Hon. Soc. 
4 . . "Dick" . . Readers Digest Club 4; Lib. Staff Ass't 4. 



Phyllis Anne Gordon 



Cast "Birthday of the Infanta" 1; Etiquette Club 2, 3; Sec. 2; 
Latin Club 2 . . giggles . . House of Rep. 2; College Club 
4, 5; Sec. 5; Nat'l Hon. Soc. 4, 5; Vice-Pres. and Prog. Chm. 
5; Delegate to State Convention 4 . . red mittens . . S. I. P. 
A. Delegate 4, 5; Pine Whispers Reporter 3. 4, 5; Assoc. Ed. 
5; Black and Gold Staff 4, 5; Ed. -in-Chief 5 . . magnetic per- 
sonality . . Quill and Scroll 5. 



Shirley Gosselin 



Harlequin Club 1; Girl Reserves 2, 3, 4 . . sincere . . College 
Club 4; Stamp Club 3 . . "Ready?" . . Etiquette Club 3: 
Tennis 3; Jr. Dramatics! 2 . . thoughtful . . House of Rep. 
2; Nat'l Hon. Soc. 4. 



Bahnson Gray 



Class Treas. 1; Council 3, 4; Pres. Student Body 4 . . station 
wagon . . Pres. State Student Council 5; Black and Gold Bus. 
Staff 3, 4, 5 . . 8:30 scholar . . Ushers Club 4. 5; Nat'l Hon. 
Soc. 4.5; Hi-Y 1,2,3,4,5; Ass't Mgr. Football 3,4; Golf 
2, 3, 4, 5; Scrub Football 1; Scrub Basketball 2 . . executive . . 
Travel Club 3; Etiquette Club 4; Occupations Club 5; Mono- 
gram Club 4, 5. 

Charlotte Nancy Griffith 



House of Rep. 2 . . long locks 
Choral Reading 4 . . soft voice . 
Club 2 . . bashfulness. 



Etiquette Club 1, 3. 4. 5: 
Boosters Club 2; Harlequin 



Salem Academy 1 , 
composed . . Gi 
Club 4. 



Cynthia Grimsley 



2 . . raven tresses ■ . Chapel Hill High 3: 
1 Reserves . . studious . . Occupations 



Mable Griswold 



"Aw, I do not" . . Etiquette Club 1, 2; Music Club 3; Home 
Ec. Club 3 . . mischievous . . Debators Club 2; Children's 
Home Glee Club 4, 5 . . "A" Averages. 

Emily Louise Hamilton 

Knitting Club 2 . . "Em" . . Band 3. 4, 5; Instrumental Music 
Club 4, 5 . . bush-jackets . . State and Nat'l Music Contest 
4; Basketball 3 . . nature-lover. 



Doris Louise Hamrick 



Etiquette Club 3 . . 
Club 4; Latin Club 1 
Girl Reserves 2, 3, 4. 



veil dressed girl of today . 
. musical . . Office Page 4 



Debaters Club 
Carolina . . O. 



. B. Hamrick 

. Photo. Club 
snappy dresser. 



. 8:30 scholar 
Henry Club 4 . 



College 
. "Dot" 



South 



Jimmy Hancock 



Hi-Y 1, 2, 3, 4. 5; Delegate Hi-Y Conference 3, 4, 5; Band 3, 
4, 5 . . trombone rooter . . Delegate Nat'l Music Contest 3; 
Music Club 3, 4; Pres. 4; Ushers Club 3, 4 . . long hunting 
jacket . . Etiquette Club 2; Tennis 1, 2, 3, 4; Bus. Staff Pine 
Whispers 5 . . competent . . State Music Contest 3, 4, 5. 



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REYNOLDS HIGH 

Thomas W. Hancock, Jr. 



Morehead City High 1,2,3 
likable. 



nakes wooden nouelities . 



Helen Marie Hanes 

House of Rep. 1, 4: Vice-Pres. Council 5 . . laughing eyes . . 
Children's Home Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4. 5; Baseball 2, 3. 4, 5 . . 
flowing hair . . Debaters Club 2; Travel Club 1; O. Henry 
Club 3 . . C. H. sweater . . Music Club 4; Etiquette Club 
5; Office Page 4, 5. 

Henrie Harris 

Lib. Staff Ass't 1; Harlequin Club 1; Jr. Dramatic Club 2; 
Pine Whispers Reporter 2. 4; Ass. Ed. 3; City-wide Winner 
of American Legion Oratorical Contest 3 . . witty . . Nat 1 
Hon. S.oc. 3, 4; Creative Writing Club 3; Vice-Pres. 3 . . 
news hound . ■ College Club 4; Prog. Chr. 4; Delegate S. I. 
P. A. 4; Managing Ed. Black and Gold 4 . . go-getter . . 
Quill and Scroll 4; Americanism Winner 4. 

Frances Rebecca Harrison 

Class Treas. 1; Latin Club 1; Vice Pres. 1 . . immaculately 
groomed . . Reynolds Hi Players 2, 3; Cast "Trysting Place'' 
2; Pine Whispers Reporter 2; Ass. Ed. 3; Mgr. Ed. 4; Quill 
and Scroll 3, 4: Vice-Pres. 4; Creative Writing Club 3: 
Pres. 3 . . journalistic flair . . Nat'l Hon. Soc. 3. 4; College 
Club 4 . . pig pin . . S. I. P. A. Delegate 4; Girl Reserves 3; 
Etiquette Club 3. 

John Daniel Harrison 

Etiquette Club 3, 4; Treas. 3 . . peroxide . . Golf 2, 3, 4 . . 
green sweater . . Drum Majors Club 3 . . Citadel. 



Nancy Elnora Hege 



Etiquette Club 2 . . good cook . . Latin Club 3 . . Latin ex 
pert . . Home Ec. Hon. Club 4 . . docile. 



Faith Heggie 



Agreeable . . Music Club 4 . . commercial work . . pink 
sweater. 



Fannie Louise Heggie 

Music Club 2. 3 . . reading . . Office Page 4 . . bashful. 

Nancy Katherine Hildreth 

House of Rep. 2 . . studious . . Office Page 4 . . reserve, 

Rebecca Barber Hines 

G. A. A. 1- . . laughter . . Debaters Club 2; Etiquette Club 
3, 4 . . dancing . . O. Henry Club 4 . . wit. 

Grey Holcomb 

Sly grin . . Glee Club 3, 4 . . sartorial . . stern look. 

Hilda Frances Holden 

Gray High 1 . . attractive . . Supt. Lost and Found 1 . . 
flirtatious . . Etiquette Club 2, 3, 4 . . satin-smooth 
complexion. 

Mary Magdalene Hoots 

Vice Pres. Council 1 . . curls ■ ■ Music Club 3 . . precise . . 
Glee Club 4 . . banana pudding . . Office Page 4; Home Ec. 
Hon. Club 4. 

Margaret Ann Hopkins 

Girl Reserves 1.3.. "Mag" . ■ Latin Club 1, 2; Stamp Club 
3: Program Chairman 3 . . cosfume jewelry . . Home Ec. 
Hon. Club 3; Program Chairman 3 . . reci shearer. 

Bailey E. Howard 

Midget Football 1,2 . . jovial . . Scrub Football 3 . . depend- 
able . . Aero. Club . . salesman. 



James C. Hughes 



Lewisville High 3; Debaters Club 1: Drum Majors Club 2 . . 
"/■ C." . . Class Pres. 1; Dramatic Club 3; Glee Club 3; 
Declamation Winner 3 . . theatrical . . Reynolds Hi Players 
4; O. Henry Club 4 . . crooner. 

Burton Hultz 

Albemarle High 1,2,3; Photo. Club 2 . . Boy Scout . . 
Dramatic Club 3; Debaters Club 4 . . freckles . . Debating 
Team 3; Council 3 . . cordial . . Band 1, 2, 3; Hi-Y 3, 4. 

Nell Hurst 

Etiquette Club 2; Monogram Club 3 . . athletic . ■ Boosters 
Club 4 . . amiable . . Baseball 1, 2. 3, 4; G. A. A. 1 . . the 
Smith girls. 




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REYNOLDS HIGH 

Marie Kathrine Jarvis 

Shy . . Etiquette Club 2 . . conscientious worker. 

Mary Nelle Jay 

Music Club 1, 2, 3, 4 . . amateur program . . Glee Club 1, 2. 
3; Etiquette Club 2 . . big brown eyes . . Dramatic Club 2: 
Lib. Staff Ass't 2 . . high C's. 

Thomas H. Jewett, Jr. 

Harlequin Club 1; Travel Club 4; Pres. 4 . . towering . . 
Occupations Club 5: Metric Science Club 3, 4 . . trackster . . 
Nat'l Hon. Soc. 4, 5, 6; Track 2, 3. 4. 5. 6; Basketball 2. 3.4 
5 • . curi catching . . Hi-Y 4. 5; Pine Whispers Reporter 6- 
Ushers Club 4. 5. 



Jessie Johnson 



"No, I'm Jessie" . . Etiquette Club 2, 
G. A. A. 2 . heavier twin. 



3. 4 



jund face 



Josie Johnson 



House of Rep. 1.4.. freckles 
movies . . Athletic Club 1 . . 



. Etiquette Club 
secretary. 



2. 3. 4 



Margaret Johnson 



G. A. A. 1; Harlequin Club 1; Reynolds Hi Players 2,3,4: 
Cast "Victor Loses" 3 . . blonde . . Cast "Jazz and 
Minuet" 4; Etiquette Club 2, 3; Girl Reserves 2, 3, 4: Counc 1 
2, 4 . . happy . . Sr. Marshall 3; Nat'l Hon. Soc. 4; O. 
Henry Club 4; Vice-Pres. 4; Pine Whispers Staff 4: Bus. 
Staff 4 . . enthusiastic . . Black and Gold Organization Ed. 
4: Office Page 3, 4: Class Treas. 3; Quill and Scroll 4. 



Memory Johnson 

G. A. A. 1; Harlequin Club 1 . . amicable . . Reynolds Hi 
Players 2, 3; Boosters Club 2; Cast "Prose Preferred" 2; 
Etiquette Club 2, 3, 4 . . domestic . . Home Ec. Honor Club 
4; Class Sec. 3 . . jolly . . Girl Reserves 2, 3, 4; Sec. 4. 

Barbara Virginia Jones 



Neat . . Office Page 
served. 



. willing 



College Club 4 . . re- 



Betty Jean Jones 



Harlequin Club 2; Cast "Peggy" 2 . . tranquil . . Cast 
"Florist Shop" 2; Etiquette Club 3, 4 . . novelty jewelry . . 
College Club 4. 5; Girl Reserves 2. 3, 4, 5 . . V. P. 1 . . 
Tennis 4, 5. 



Bobbie Ruth Jones 



Lib. Staff Ass't. 2; Music Club 1,2 . . athletic . . Drum 
Majors Club 3,4; Basketball 1,2,3,4 . . Hallowe'en Drum 
Major . . Baseball 3 . . likeable. 

Munro Jones 

Hi-Y 2. 3. 4; Sec. -Treas. 2. 3, 4 . . "Sec" . . Older Boys 
Conference 2, 3, 4 . . Y. M. C. A. . . Debaters Club 1, 2, 3; 
Pine Whispers Reporter 3, 4 . . Hi-Y news hound. 

Mordicai Katzin 

Lib. Staff Ass't 1 . . "Mordy" . . Track Mgr. 3, 4; Reynolds 
Hi Players 1,2,4 . . future optometrist . . Cast "The Vic- 
tor Loses" 3; Cast "The Princess and the Page" 2 . . best 
friend: Robert Sosnik. 

Margaret Elizabeth Kearns 

Etiquette Club 2, 3 . . tall and slender . . Home Ec. Honor 
Club 3 . . dressmaker par excellence . . Tennis 2 . . stately. 

Gordon Kelley 

Band 1, 2, 3. 4 . . "Pete" . . Football 3. 4; Basketball 3, 4 . . 
cat sneezes . . Etiquette Club 3; Pres. 3; . . lumbering stride. 

Hoyle Kiger 

O. Henry Club 2 . . cynical smile . . Etiquette Club 3; 
quick . . Music Club 4 . . fates pride in his work. 

Virginia Killian 

Friendly . . Office Page 1 . . best friend— Rachel Shoaf . . 
Etiquette Club 4 . . commercial. 

A. Marie Kimball 

Girl Reserves 1,2,3; House of Rep. 1,2,4 . . jovial . . 

Etiquette Club 3. 5; O. Henry Club 4 . . competent . . 

Football Sponsor 4, 5; Tennis 3; Reynolds Hi Players 4 . . 
beauty queen . . Homeroom Sec. 4; Best Looking 5. 



Betsy King 



Girl Reserves 1,4; Latin Club 3 . . 
Henry Club 2, 3; Etiquette Club 1.2. 
Wells . . College Club 4; Tennis 3 



accented drawl . . O. 
. #oori friend — "Polly" 
. a tease. 



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REYNOLDS HIGH 

Joe L. Knight 

Scientist . ■ Baseball 1, 3, 4 . . mathematics ■ ■ Basketball 

2 . . easy-going. 

Johnsie Rowena Lackey 

North Wilkesboio High 1 . . big brown eyes . . Music Club 

3 . . musical . . cooperative. 

Bill Lambeth 

High Point High 1; Class Vice-Pres. 4; Council 3 . . "A" 
model Ford . . Delegate State Student Council Congress 3; 
House of Rep. 4; Metric Science Club 2, 3. 4 . . "Daddy 
shot a fcar" . . Ushers Club 4; Nat'l Hi-Y 2. 3, 4: Delegate 
Hi-Y Conference 2, 3, 4; Football 2. 4; Track 2 . . sartorial. 

Lillian Elizabeth Laurence 

Gray High 1; Girl Reserves 1 . . well-groomed . ■ Etiquefe 
Club 3, 4; Office Page 3 . . sparkling eyes . . Class Pres. 2; 
Class Treas. 4 . . pretty. 

Howard Lee 

Morris Service boy . . Aero. Club 1, 2, 4; Treas 4 . . speedy 
driver . . Etiquette Club 3 . • Buick. 

Gordon H. LeGrand 

George Washington High, Alexandria, Va., 1; Class Vice- 
Pres. 1 . . "A" Ford . . High Point High 2 . . peroxided 
hair . . Galax High 2 . . " The Virginian". 

Robert Lentz 

Lib. Staff Ass't 1.2; Debaters Club 1,2 . . blushing . . 
Midget Football 2; Etiquette Club 2, 3; Cast Sophomore 
Play 3 . . "Ace" . . Pine Whispers Reporter 2; Ass't, Ed. 
3, 4; O. Henry Club 4 . . news hound . . Quill and Scroll 4. 

Bruce Levin 

Council 3; Nat'l Hon. Soc. 4. 5; Sec. 5; Latin Club 3; Pres. 
3 . . nonchalant ■ . Photo. Club . . Duke [an . . Debaters 
Club 4; Harlequin Club 1 . . vocabulary plus . . Reynolds 
Hi Players 3; Homeroom Pres. 4. 

Charlie Lindsay 

Music 2 . . red shoes ■ ■ Photo. Club 2.3.4; Aero Club ! ; 
darkroom expert . . Band 2. 3. 4 . . peroxy. 

Kenneth Lineback 



Aero. Club 1 • . impractical joker . 
Club 1; Vice Pres. 1 . . "Ken" . 
Club 1 . . clever. 



. Etiquette Club l;Trave! 
. Band 2; Drum Majors 



Elsie Maye Livengood 



Olive complexion 
vivid lips. 



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



Mary Frances Loman 



French Club 1.2 . . blonde . . Etiquette Club 1,2 . . Buick 
Instrumental Music Club 3 . . "Fanny." 



Laura Loyd 



Etiquette Club 2. 3. 4 
beautician. 



friendly . . ambition — to be a 



Warner Mahaffey 

Deep voice . . motorcyclist . . reliable. 

Mildred Marshall 

Etiquette Club 1,2. . home ec. fan . . Music Club 3 . . 
dependable ■ . Home Ec. Club 4 . . sweet smile. 

John R. Martin 

Readers Digest 2; Hi-Y 1.2.3,4.5; French 1 . . "Flossie"; 
Latin Club 1; Metric Science Club 4 . . T '-model . .Etiquette 
Club 3, 5; Aero. Club 3 . . daily papers . . Photo. Club 4. 



Santford Martin, Jr. 



Class Vice-Pres. 2; Etiquette Club 3 . . "T" model Ford; 

Debaters Club 2, 4; Hi-Y 2, 3, 4 . . uncontrollable hair . . 

Midget Football 3; Pine Whispers Reporter 3; Photo. Club 
2 . . Wake Forest fan. 



Eloise Massey 



Girl Reserves 1; Pres. 1 . . green coat . . Personality Club 
2; Music Club 3 . . collects movie stars pictures . . Etiquette 
Club 3, 4 . . chatterbox. 




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REYNOLDS HIGH 

John Franklin Masters, Jr. 

Latin Club 1; Debaters Club 1 . , "F. Dominus" . . Aero. 
Club 2: Etiquette Club 3, 4 . . blond hair . . O. Henry Club 
3. 4; Scrub Baseball 2 . . moccasins . . Track 4. 

Phyllis Yvonne McCallum 

Donaldson Jr. High 1 : Harlequin Club 2 . . courtesy . . 
French Club 3; Sec. 3; Vice-Pres. — Devotional Chrmn. 4; Pine 
Whispers Ass. Ed. 3 . . vocabulary . . Ass't Mgr. Ed. Black 
and Gold 4; Etiquette Club 5; Girl Reserves 3; Lib. Staff 
Ass't 3 . . Legion drum majorette. 

Robert Alexander McCuiston 

Harlequin Club 1; Readers Digest Club 2. 3 . . " Cui" , . 
Etiquette Club 4; Occupations Club 5 . . tennis star . . Ten- 
nis 2, 3. 4. 5; Basketball 2. 4. 5; Monogram Club 4. 5 . . 
foamy hair ■ . Band 2. 3. 4, 5. 

Claude Elliotte McGill, Jr. 

Central High, Shelbyville. Tenn. 1,2; Jr. Hi-Y 3 . . fcoom- 
ing voice . . Hi-Y 4: Glee Club 3; Occupations Club 4 . . 
bowling whiz . . Cast "Patchwork Quilt" 3; Cast "The Bat" 
4 . . boutonnaires. 

Neal Warren McGuire, Jr. 

Music Club 2, 4; Aero. Club 3 . . "Buddy" . . Band 2, 3, 4; 
House of Rep. 2 . . neat . . Lib. Staff Ass't I: Delegate 
Nat'l Music Contest 3; Delegate State Music Contest 3 . . 
black and gold sweater. 

Laurance Edwin McManus 

Aero. Club 1,2.. "Ed" . , Etiquette Club 3, 4, 6 . . jocund 
Music Club 5; Basketball 3, 5, 6 . . "Mac". 

Fred McNair 

Midget Football 2: Sr. Hi-Y 4 . . "Meter" . . Ushers Club 
5; Occupations Club 5 . . smoking pencils . . Travel Club 4: 
Etiquette Club 5 . . blue sweaters. 



Zurly hair 



Ralph B. Merrill 

Baseball 2. 3, 4 . . fracJc man. 



Edwin Jones Messick 

Aero. Club 1; Readers Digest Club 2 . . twirler . . Photo. 
Club 3; Drum Majors Club 4, 5; Vice-Pres. 5 . . high stepper 
Band 4, 5; Drum Major 4, 5 . . apples . . State Music Contest 

4. 

James S. Mickey 

Metric Science 2, 3, 4, 5 . . baritone horn . . Hi-Y 3, 4, 5 . . 
amateur mechanic . . Band I, 2, 3, 4, 5: Aero. Club 1 . . 
a Salemite. 



William Mickey 



"Bill" . . John W. Hanes High 1 . . bold clothes . . semi- 
pro baseball. 

Charles William Miller 

Cannon High, Kannapolis. N, C, 1: Gray High 1; Metric 
Science Club 2, 3, 4: Sergeant at Arms; House of Rep. 3 . . 
"Billy" . . Track 3; Tennis 4 . . soda jerker . . Hi-Y 2, 3, 4; 
Spring Football . . "Red." 

Treva Miller 

Basketball 1; G. A. A. 1,2 . . pleasant . . Etiquette Club 
3; Personality Club 2; Tennis 1,4 . . burnt golden curls . . 
Reynolds Hi Players 2, 3; Girl Reserves 1, 2, 3, 4; Latin Club 
3; Prog. Chrm. 3; O. Henry Club 4; Cor. Sec. 4; College 
Club 4 . . sense of humor . . Pine Whispers Reporter 3, 4. 

Edith M. Minor 

Etiquette Club 1,2.. cameras . . Music Club 3 . . sprightly 
Photo. Club 4 . . "Red." 

Ann Mae Minter 

Instrumental Music Club 4, 5 . . curly hair . 
cheerful . . Harlequin Club 1,2,. fcanaf 
Club 2, 3. 



Band 2, 3, 4, 5; 
r/ . . Etiquette 



Elizabeth Ann Montgomery 

"Yankee" fend . . Etiquette Club 3, 4 . . real Southerner . . 
candid. 

Betty Bryan Moore 

G. A. A. 1, 2; Cast "Birthday of the Infanta" I; Latin Club 
2 . . mathematical whiz . . Etiquette Club 3; College Club 
4; Home Ec. Honor Club 5; Basketball 2, 3, 4 . . freckles . . 
Mgr. Girls Basketball 2; Soccer 4; Library Staff Ass't 
3, 4, 5; Girl Reserves 1, 2, 3, 4, 5; Chm. Social Service Com- 
mittee 3, 4; Nat'l Hon. Soc. 4, 5 . . sincere thinker. 

Robert Alexander Moore, Jr. 

Reynolds Hi Players 1,2,3.4,5; Cast "The Birthday of 
the Infanta" 1; "Larnin" 2; "The Exchange" 2; "Little Wo- 
men" 3; "The Bat" 5; Track 3, 4, 5 . . playwright . . Foot- 
ball 2, 3, 4, 5; Debaters Club 3; Creative Writing Club 4; 
Pine Whispers Reporter 3, 4, 5; Black and Gold Assistant 
Editor 4 . . rambling speeches . . Boosters Club 5; State 
Mathematics Test 4 . . "Mo." 



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Dramatic Club 1; Latin Club 2, 3; Etiquette Club 2, 3, 4; 
Girl Reserves 3, 5; Pine Whispers Reporter 3. 4, 5 . . 
"Gooey" . . Black and Gold Staff 2, 3. 4, 5; Art Ed. 5; 
Occupations Club 5 . . artist . . Travel Club 4; House .of 
Rep. 5; S. I. P. A. Delegate 4; Quill and Scroll 5; Pro. Chm. 
5 . . philosopher . . Dramatic Club Artist 5; Boosters Club 5. 




"Far" . . Band 1, 2, 3, 4 
1 . . railroad pictures. 



Latin Club 1; Cast "A Birds' Christmas Carol" 2; Harlequin 
Club 2; Etiquette Club 3. 4. 5; French Club 5 . . nonchalant 
Debaters Club 6; Golf 2. 3, 4, 5, 6; Football Mgr. 3. 4, 5, 6; 
Basketball 4, 5, 6: Monogram Club 3, 4, 5. 6; Sec. 4 . . Rotary 
boy . . Stamp Club 1; Boosters Club 1: Ushers Club 5, 6; 
Alliance Francaise Contest-4 . . "Fore" . . Black and Gold 
Business Staff 4, 5, 6; Nat'l. Hon. Soc. 6. 

Robert Masten Ogburn, Jr. 

Hi-Y Club 1,2,3.4: Pres. 4 . . "Bob" . . Photo. Club 2; 
Music Club 3 , . books . . Class Vice-Pres. 3; Ushers Club 4: 
trip down Yadkin River . . Boosters Club 4; Best Looking 4. 



Dorothy Hilda Oliver 

Rabun County High 1 . . originality . . Hanes High 2; Base 
ball 2 . . petite . . Latin Club 3 . . humor. 

William F. Owen 

Hi-Y 2,3,4 . . "Bill" . . Aero. Club 1,2,3: Midget Foot 
ball 1 . ■ good disposition . . Track 3, 4; Delegate Hi-Y Con 
ferences 2, 3—-r '. airplanes. 



James N. Pappas 



Drum Majors Club 2 . . 

Tommy F. Pardue 

Photo. Club 3: Travel Club 1,2.. "T. F." . . Etiquette Club 
3; O. Henry Club 4 . . peanut vender . . Nature Club 1 ; Base- 
ball 4; Basketball 3. 4 . . Southside park . . Football 1,2. 

Minnie Marie Parks 

Office Page Club 1 . . friendly . . Etiquette Club 4 . . 
placid. 

Nick Patterson 

Stamp Club 3 . . garrulous . . mistaken for twin. 

Thomas Patterson 

Tac. twin ■ . O. Henry Club . . original . . always smil- 
ing. 

Madlon Hawley Phillips 

Hanes High 1; Lib. Staff Ass't 1 . . gentle natured . . Home 
Ec. Club 1: Office Page Club 2 . . inquiring eyes . . Debaters 
Club 2; Etiquette Club 3, 4 . . sincere . . Music Club 3; 
Class Sec. 1; Girl Reserves 1. 

Monroe G. Piland, Jr. 

Whiteville High 1, 2, 3: Journalism Club 1, 2, 3 . . scientist 
Dramatic Club 4 . . black eyes . . Travel Club 4 . . "M. G." 

Joseph Clement Powell, Jr. 



Band 4 . ."Joe" . . d 



rummer 



Burton Powers 

Debators Club 1 . . near in appearance . . O. Henry Club 
1 . . slow diction . . Photo, Club 1. 



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Unassuming 



REYNOLDS HIGH 

Helen Naomi Pratt 

Band 2, 3, 4 . . "footer." 

Laurie Carolyn Pratt 



Boosters 2; Glee Club 
Etiquette Club 3: 



Girl Reserves 1; Treas. 1 . . singing . . 
2 . . silky-smooth complexion 
College Club 4 . . key board fingers. 

Martha Elizabeth Prevost 

Latin Club I; Girl Reserves 2, 3, 4 . . full skirts . . Etiquette 
Club 3; Creative Writing Club 3 . . charming manner . . Col- 
lege Club 4; Office Page 4 . . little carls. 



B. E. Putnam, Jr. 



Phillips High, Birmingham, Ala.. 1, 2; Pres. Civics Class 1; 
Pres. Homeroom 1; Corporal of R. O. T. C. 2 . . "B" 
Sergeant of R. O. T. C. 2; Vice Pres. English Class 2 . . 
purple sweater . . High Point Senior High 3, 4; Football 4; 
doubting Thomas. 



Anne Queensbury 



Etiquette Club 1 , 2; Harlequin Club 1.2; Personality Club 2; 
"Red" . . Pine Whispers Reporter 2, 3, 4; Ass't Ed. 4; Girl 
Reserves 2, 3, 4; Devotional Chrm. 4; Reporter 4; Basketball 
3, 4 . . favorite food: spinach . . Reynolds Hi Players 2, 3; 
Director "Little . Women" 3: Cast "The Birds' Christmas 
Carol"; "Mimi Lights The Candle"; Property Mgr. "The 
Victor Loses"; Tennis 3, 4 ... dancing eyes . . Occupations 
Club 3, 4; Lib. Staff Ass't 4. 



G. A. A. 1 ; . dreamy 
clever. 



Jane Ragland 

Etiquette Club 2, 3. 4 . . likes jive; 



Eben Rawls 

Stamp Club 1; Tennis 1, 2, 3 . . drummer . . Football 1, 2; 
Etiquette Club 2, 3, 4, 5; Latin Club 2 . . favorite movie star: 
Ann Rutherford . . Photo. Club 3; Band 3, 4. 5 . . cotton 
headed . . Occupations Club 4, 5. 



Joseph V. Ray, Jr. 



Asheville High 1, 2; Metric Science Club 3.4; Etiquette Club 
5, 6 . . "Joe" . . Baseball 3. 4. 5. 6; Basketball 4, 5, 6 . . 
"Jezebel" . . Football 5, 6 . . good-natured. 



Daphne Rogers Reich 



Latin Club I . . 
costume jewelry 
fiend. 



"I think this is right" . . Etiquette Club 2; 
. Photo. Club 3; College Club 4 . . Meafre 

Margaret Sue Rhodes 

Gray High 1 , 2, 3 . . musician . . Traffic Dept. 1; Lib. Page 
1, 2; W. S. S. Dept. 2 . . forward . . Etiquette Club 1; LB. S. 
Club 2; Basketball 2, 3; Soccer 4 . . her laugh . . Baseball 
2; Glee Club 3, 4; Girl Reserves 1, 2, 3, 4. 

William Hunter Rierson 

Aero. Club 1,2.4; O. Henry Club 3 . . "Bill" . . Etiquette 
Club 3, 5; Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4. 5; Monogram Club 3, 4, 5; Vice- 
Pres. 3 . . American Legion Jr. team . . Basketball 4, 5; 
Western Conference Baseball Champions 4; Cheerleader 5; 
Scrub Football 2. 3 . . "Silver Streak." 



Betty Ring 



G. A. A. 1; Harlequin Club 1,2; Cast "Birds' Christmas 
Carol" 1; Reynolds Hi Players 3; Girl Reserves 2, 3; Lib. 
Staff Ass't 1 . . jitterbug . . Boosters Club 3: Etiquette Club 
3; Travel Club 4; Chr. Program Comm. 4: Knitting Club 1; 
drama enthusiast . . Basketball 2; Baseball 1 . . ebony hair. 



Elaine Ripple 



"A' 



Glee Club 3, 4 



Jennings G. Rogers 



Mercury . . Aero. Club 1 . 2 
1.2.. friendly. 



House of Rep. 



Kenneth Peddycord Rothrock 

House of Rep. 1, 2, 4; Music Club 4; Etiquette Club 1, 2, 4, 5; 
Pres. 2; Vice-Pres. 4 . . jitterbug . . Monogram Club 4, 5; 
Western Conference Baseball Champions 4 . . "Rock" . . O. 
Henry Club 2; Basketball 2. 4. 5; Baseball 2, 4, 5; Football 1, 
2, 4, 5; Jr. Varsity Champion Football 2 . . happy-go-lucky. 

Reba Ellen Roush 



in . . Etiquette Club 
Girl Reserves 1 . . 



Readers Digest Club 2, 3 . . mathematic 
3, 4 . . soft-voiced ■ . French Club 1; 
future sob-sister . . Library Club 1. 

William Martin Salmons 

Etiquette Club 2, 3; Boosters Club 4, 5; Vice-Pres. 4 . . 
"Willy" . . Hi-Y 1,2,3,4.5; Pres. 2; Track 4 . . biologist 
Pine Whispers Bus. Staff 5; Music Club 4; Homeroom Treas. 
5 . . ambition: to be a surgeon . . Second Place Western Con- 
ference One-Half Mile 4. 



Biology 



Steve Sapos 

Football 1, 2. 3 . . hilarious . . tardy slips. 



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REYNOLDS HIGH 

Emily Gray Saylor 

G. A. A. 1; Jr. Dram. Club 2 . . pianist . . Homeroom Pres. 
3; Etiquette Club 3, 4; House of Rep. 4 . . affable . . Girl 
Reserve 2, 3. 4. 

Betty Jane Schultz 

Latin Club 1; Girl Reserves 3.4 . . daily food— Milky Way 
Pine Whispers Reporter 3. 4; Etiquette Club 3 . . lisp . . 
Music Club 3; Travel Club 4 . . shy smile . . Lib. Staff Ass't 
4. 

Albert Ralph Scott 

Travel Club 1 .. . photographer . . Lib. Staff Ass't 1, 2, 3, 4; 
Debaters Club 2 . . lunch period footballer . . Metric Science 
Club 3, 4 . . little belts . . Natl Hon. Soc. 4; Winner 
Math. Contest 3. 

Ray Campbell Seitz 

Plaid shirts . . Hi-Y 2, 3. 4 . . "Sits." 



Betty Lou Shelton 

unswerving 



Glee 



O. Henry Club 3, 4: Vice-Pres. 4 
Club 4. f> . . business-like . . rmy. 



Frederick Shermer 

"Monk" . . studious . . collecting. 

Raymond D. Shiplett 

O. Henry Club . . intelligent . . near clothes. 

Betty Ralls Shipp 

Etiquette Club 1, 2, 3; Latin Club 1 . . "Shippy" . . Choral 
Reading Club 3; College Club 4 . . gay . . Girl Reserves 2, 
3. 4; Office Page 4 . . office errands. 

Rachel Frances Shoaf 

Medium drawl . . Home Ec. Hon. Club 3, 4 . . reser^ecz. 

Marie Keith Shouse 

G. A. A. Club 1 . . fast talker . . Etiquette Club 2. 3, 4, 5; 
Girl Reserves 2. 3, 4 . . pair of wings . . Home Ec. Honor 
Club 4; Lib. Staff Ass't 3. 5 . . pins. 

Velvin Mary Shutt 

Lewisville High I ; Glee Club 1 . . "A" average . . Etiquette 
Club 3 . . " Janndy" . . Office Page 4 . . barbecue. 

Katherine LeGrand Siceloff 

Knitting Club 1 . . placid , . Etiquette Club 2, 3 . . music . . 
Glee Club 4, 5 • . amiable. 

C. William Simmons 



Track 1 ; Football 1 ; Basebal 
1, 2, 3, 4; Travel Club 3 . . 
Tennis 2 . . architect. 



1,2.. aviator . . Aero. Club 
"Bill" . . Etiquette Club 2, 4; 



Helen Simmons 

Girl Reserves 1 , 2, 3; French Club 1 . . mysterious eyes 
Music Club 3; Spring Sports 2; Tennis 1, 2, 4 . . chic 
Etiquette Club 2; G. A. A. 2 . . lazy drawl. 



John Edward Sink 



Dramatics 2; Stage Mgr. "Little Women" 2 . . artist . . 
Photo. Club 3 . . deep thinker . . Metric Science Club 4; 
wide reader. 

Ben Lee Slawter 

Drum Major 4; Hi-Y 1, 2, 3, 4; Boosters Club 3, 4 . . drum 
major . . Travel Club 1; Etiquette Club 2; Drum Majors 
Club 3; Debating Club 4 . . [lowing hair . . Band 1.2; 
House of Rep. 2; Class Vice-Pres. 2, 3 . . physics. 

Patricia Elaine Sloan 

Clemmons High 1,2; Basketball 1,2,3,4 . . "Pat" . . Or- 
chestra 1, 2; Chorus 1,2.. skating . . Girl Reserves 3 . . 
pumpkins. 

D. C. Smith 

Serious . . Aero. Club 2 . . shoeshop . . Travel Club 3 . . 
white sweater. 




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REYNOLDS HIGH 

Ella Mae Smith 

Dramatic Club 1; Latin Club 1, 3 . . nifty attic . . Etiquette 
Club 2, 3. 4; Travel Club 4 . . "It's wun-n-nder-ful!" . . Girl 
Reserves 2, 5; Boosters Club 5 . . colorful scarfs. 

Erma M. Smith 

Girl Reserves 1 . . frank . . Etiquette Club 1,2 . "Mae" 
Office Page 3; Pres. 3: Music Club 4 . . happy. 

James Marvin Smith, Jr. 

Photo. Club 3 . . curly hair . . Metric Science Club 4 . . 
jimmy" . . House of Rep. 2 . . light tan coat. 

R. C. Smith, Jr. 

Hanes High 1, 2: Hi-Y 2, 3 . . green suit . . Etiquette Club 
3. 4 . . blushes . . House of Rep. 4 . . fond of bright colors. 

Sue Smith 

G. A. A. 1 . . athletic . . Etiquette Club 2; Monogram Club 
3, 4 . . naturally curly hair . . Basketball I. 2, 3, 4; Baseball 
1, 2. 3, 4 . . yellow sweater. 

Fay Smithdeal 

Sr. Marshall 3; Girl Reserves 2, 3 . . angora sweaters . . Har- 
lequin Club 1,2; Reynolds Hi Players 3 . . peaches and 
cream complexion . . Sponsor Home-coming Football Game 3; 
Cast "The Victor Loses" 3: Etiquette Club 3; Occupations 
Club 3, 4 . . dazzling smiles . . Personality Club 1, 2; Sec. 1. 

Oliver Francis Snow 

Aero. Club 1, 2; Latin Club 1; Harlequin Club 2. 3- Reynolds 
Hi Players 3, 4. 5 . . Rose Bowl games . . French Club 3; 
lrack 3.4: Monogram Club 5: Photo. Club 3. 5 . . camera 
fiend . . Etiquette Club 4- Music Club 4 . . Mexican ring . 
Cast 'Victor Loses" 3; "Skidding" 4; "The Bat" 5; Publica- 
tion Photographer 5. 

Robert Sosnik 

Track Manager 3 . . with Mordy . . Lib. Staff Ass't 1.2.. 
ener^efic. 

William Bernard Soyars 

Hi-Y 2, 3. 4, 5; Ushers Club 3. 4. 5; Football 4, 5 . . twinkling 
eye . . Council 1. 2. 4; Travel Club 3, 4 . . all-round . . Eti- 
quette Club 3 . . favorite comic strip— " Superman" . . Occu- 
pations Club 5. 



Betty Lee Spainhour 



Latin Club 1: Etiquette Club 1,2,3 
tions Club 4; Girl Reserves 1, 2, 3, 4 
2, 4; Tennis 1, 2, 3, 4 . . nonchalant 
Staff Ass't 1; Sr. Marshall 3. 



. pleasant . . Occupa- 
. musical . . Basketball 
. Boosters Club 3; Lib. 



Gilbert Spaugh, Jr. 

Re-i hair and freckles . . Drum Major Club 4 . . s/ou; walker . . 
witty. 



Amos Edison Spease 



Instrumental Music Club 2, 3, 4; Pres. 3: Vice-Pres. 4 
foorer . . Band 2, 3, 4 . . checked coat . . State Music Con- 
test 2, 3. 4 . . musical . . Ushers Club 4. 

Marion Douglas Stabler 

"Tarzan" . . Music Club 3 . . army book satchel . . Etiquette 
Club 2, 4 . . silent. 

Margaret Ellen Stallings 

Soccer 1. 2; G. A. A. 1, 2 . . poetry, plays and short stories: 
Baseball 2; Creative Writing Club 3, 4; Basketball 1,2 . . 
hair ornaments . . Dramatic Club 4 . . ambition: to be a 
trained nurse. 



Alice Stephens 



Giggles 



Jac'd 



Music Club 4 



Jacqueline Stewart 

Etiquette Club 1, 2, 4 . . bashful . . tiny feet. 



James Edwin Stinson 



Soldier . . Etiquette Club 2, 3 
High 1 . . architect. 



conservative 



King 



Robert G. Stockton 



Pres. Student Body 5; Football 2, 3, 4, 5; Track 2,4,5 . 
"Bob" . . Basketball 2, 5; Occupations Club 5; Pres. 5; Pine 
Whispers Bus. Staff 4; Monogram Club 4, 5 . . W-S sweater 
Nat'l Hon. Soc. 4, 5; Hi-Y 3, 4, 5: Vice-Pres. 4; Etiquette 
Club 3, 4 . . dynamic . . Ushers Club 3, 4, 5; Travel Club 
4; Boosters Club 4; Delegate Tar Heel Boys State 4. 



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Office Page . 
leather jacket 



REYNOLDS HIGH 

Betty Stone 

. pork pie hat . . Girl Reserves; Etiquette Club; 
. . O. Henry Club; Boosters Club . . talkative. 

Meredith Suzanne Stone 



Hanes High 1 . . "Mert" . . Home Ec. Honor Club 1 . . 
movies . . Etiquette Club 3 . . industrious, 

L. S. Styers, Jr. 

"Pat" . . Band 3 . . mechanical drawing. 

Helen Sullivan 

Etiquette Club 1,2,3; House of Rep. 3 . . complaisant . . 
College Club 4 . . accomplished pianist . . Glee Club 5 . . 
originality . . Nat'l Hon. Soc. 4, 5. 

Jean Sullivan 

Charlotte High 1, 2; Washington, D. C. High 3; Cheerleader 
1, 2; Girl Reserve 1, 2, 3; Vice Pres, 1; Sec. 2 . . convertible 
Basketball 1,2,3.4; Capt. 2; Capt. Gym Squad 3; G. A. A. 
1,2; Pres. 1; Treas. 2; Girls Sports Ed. Rambler 1; Beta Tau 
Episilon 3; Cor. Sec. 3 . . amicable . . Capt. Baseball 3; Lieut. 
Traffic Squad 2; May Day Attendant 1; Etiquette Club 4; Pine 
Whispers Reporter 4; Chi Beta Chi 2; Vice Pres. 2; Rep. 
Student Assembly 3 . . variety of sweaters . . Class Pres. 1: 
Class Treas. 2; Invitations Committee 4. 

Norma Mae Sullivan 

Atomic . . Etiquette Club 1,2, 4 . . "Dixie" . . Music Club 
3 . . flaxen-haired. 



I. B. Swain, Jr. 



Pitcher . . Latin Club 4 . .wide grin 
sincere. 



Baseball 4 



Frances Glenn Swing 



Latin Club 1; Etiquette Club 1 . . "Swing" . . Dramatic Club 
2; Cast "Hold Everything" 2 . . meticulous . . Photo. Club 
3; Sr. Marshall 3 . . candid . . Occupations Club 4; Girl 
Reserves 2, 3. 



Comedian . . Track 1 
"Granpa." 



Bill Tate 

. fuzzy hair . . Midget Basketball 



Ann Taylor 



G. A. A. 1 . . miniature ■ . Etiquette Club 2, 3; Occupations 
Club 4 . . "T" . . O. Henry Club 4 . . peppermint patties; 
Girl Reserves 3. 4. 

Katherine Rachel Taylor 

Lewisville High 1; Clemmons High 2 . . "Kack" . . Dramatic 
Club 1 : Public Speaking 2 . . ruddy cheeks . • French Club 
3; College Club 4 . . brilliant ideas. 



Robert Taylor 



Gray High 1,2,3.4,5; Football 1,2.3,4,5; Pine Whispers 
Sports Editor 5; Supt. Publicity Dept. 5 . . three ice cream 
fudges a day . . Homeroom Pres. 3 . . movie star's namesake 
Ass't Sec. of School 3 . . "Bobby" . . Boosters Club 3; Hi-Y 
3. 



Joe Tesh 



Athletic . . Aero Club , . close companion — Paul Denny 
Children's Home Football 1, 2, 3, 4 . . jolly. 



Lee Roy Thompson 



Stamp Club 1 . . charm belt . . Aero. Club 2; Photo. Club 3; 
bold shirts . . Etiquette Club 4; Travel Club 5 . . journalist. 

Ellen Roberta Tickle 

Debators Club 1, 2, 3 . . good-natured . . Home Ec. 4 . . 
"Bertie" . . nurse. 

Ernest Allen Tise 

Etiquette Club 2. 3, 4 . . motorcycle speedster . . Golf 1. 2, 3, 
4. 5 . . -with Bill Disher . . lively. 

Helen Voncannon 

Latin Club 1 . . auburn curls . . Etiquette Club 2; Basketball 
3 . . sports . . House of Rep. 1 . . frequent laughter. 

Ruby Pauline Wall 

G. A. A. 1; Etiquette Club 3 . . "Polly" . . Girl Reserves 
3, 4 . . bright eyes . . Home Ec. Honor Club 3 . . opera star. 




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REYNOLDS HIGH 



Margaret Anita Wallace 



"Marge" . . Gray High 
favorite food — onions. 



Girl Reserves 



B. L. Watkins, Jr. 



Band 1. 2, 3, 4, 5; Drum Major 4 . . xylophonist . . First In 
State Music Contest 1 , 2, 3, 4. 5; Second In Nat'l Music Con- 
test 4, 5 . . amateur hour . . Music Club 2, 3. 5; Vice-Pres. 
3 . . "Butch" . . Stamp Club 4: Vice-Pres. 4. 

Mary Charles Watson 

Latin Club 1; Etiquette Club 2.3.4,5 . . "Charlie" . . Girl 
Reserves 1, 2, 3. 4. 5; Tennis 3. 4, 5; Soccer 2; Harlequin Club 
2 . . minute . . Cast "Little Women" 3; Reynolds Hi Players 
2, 3. 4; Homeroom Treas. 5; Office Page 3; Travel Club 4; 
Class Sec. 3 . . pert. 



Peggy Watson 



O. Henry Club 3 . . dimples . . Personality Club 2; Etiquette 
Club 4 . . mashed potatoes . . Girl Reserves 1, 4; Basketball 
3 . . trusting eyes . .. Tennis 3, 4; Pine Whispers Reporter 4. 

William H. Watson 

Harlequin Club 1; Etiquette Club 2, 4 . . 
1,2,3,4: Drum Majors Club 2 . . clowning 
2; Music Club 3 . . "Bill." 

Jack F. Weatherman 

"Day In-Day Out" . . 



'Fat" . . Hi-Y 
. . Photo. Club 



Red hair . . Aero. Club 1 , 2, 4 
O. Henry Club 3 . _, mischievous 



Dorothy Wells 



Etiquette Club 4, 5 . . 
Girl Reserves Pres. 1 



"Polly" . 
■ . opera. 



Music Club 3 . 



niling 



Bob Whaling 



Latin Club 2; Photo. Club 3 . . "Daddy" . . Music Club I; 
Occupations Club 4 . . hair smoother . . Band I, 2, 3; Cheer- 
leader 4 . . rolled-up pants. 

William L. Wharton 

Harlequin Club I; Photo. Club 2 . . Yadkin River sailor . . 
Readers Digest Club 3, 4; Pres. 4 . . "Louie" . . House of 
Rep. 2 . . amateur Paderewski . . Hi-Y 2, 3, 4; Vice-Pres. 2. 

Peggy Jane White 

Latin Club 2, 3; Vice-Pres. 3; Etiquette Club 2. 3; Girl 
Reserves 2, 3, 4, 5; Prog. Chrm. 5 . . radiant smile . . Lib. 
Staff Ass't 3. 4, 5; Vice-Pres. 4; Pres. 5 . . regal . . Nafl 
Hon. Soc. 4, 5: Pres. 5; House of Rep. 4 . . intellectual . . 
Pine Whispers Typist 4, 5; College Club 4, 5; Class Prophet 
5; Black and Gold Typist 4. 5; Best Library Assistant 
Award 5. 

Francis Whiteheart 

Etiquette Club 2, 3, 4; O. Henry Club 1, 2, 3; Sec. and Treas. 
3 . . "Monk" . . Monogram Club 2, 3, 4. 5; Baseball 1, 2. 3. 
4. 5 . . pitcher . . Western Conference Champion Baseball 4; 
Football 1, 2, 3, 4 . . fuzzy brown sweater. 

John Morris Widdifield 



Debaters Club 3 . 
5 . . photography 



"Jack" . . Stamp Club 4; Etiquette Club 
. Scrub Basketball 1 . . jolly. 



Dewey Wilkerson, Jr. 



Speed king . . Photo. Club 1,2,3 . . bowler . . Scrub Bas- 
ketball 3 . . T-models. 

Sarah Catherine Williams 

Etiquette Club 1,2: Vice-Pres. 2 . . music . . Girl Reserves 
1,2.. shorty . . Music Club 3; Business Club 4 . . jolly. 



Billy Williamson 



Council 2; Class Pres. 1; Hi-Y 1.2,3,4,5: Pres. 3: Track 
2. 3. 4: Midget Football 2, 3 . . Page out of Esquire . . 
Varsity Football 5; Etiquette Club 3; Music Club 4 . . 
"Flash" . . Occupations Club 5; Monogram Club 3, 4, 5; 
House of Rep. 1 . . glamour boy . . Ushers Club 3, 4, 5. 

Imogene Williamson 

Readers Digest Club 1,2: Etiquette Club 3,4.5 . . "Come 
on— Yell!" . . Music Club 4; House of Rep. 4; Children's 
Home Cheerleader 3. 4, 5 . . "Shorty" . . Baseball 4. 5; Glee 
Club 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 . . smiles. 

Lottie Tyner Windsor 

Girl Reserves 1; Etiquette Club 3, 4 . . teasing . . Debaters 
Club 2 . . "Snooky" . . Class Sec. 1 . . dexterous. 

G. B. Womble 

DeSoto . . Hi-Y 4 . . deliberate . . House of Rep. 1 . . 
electricity. 



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REYNOLDS HIGH 

Opal Mae Wood 

Girl Reserves 1, 2; Etiquette Club 2, 5 . . talkative . . Home 
Ee. Hon. Club 3 . . light hair . . Music Club 2 . . stately. 

Tom Wood 

Harlequin Club 1 . . spick and span . . Reynolds Hi Players 
2. 3; Etiquette Club 4 . . " T" , . Readers Digest Club 4: 
Occupations Club 5 . . white collars. 

Bill Woodall 

Class Pres. 5; Class Pres. 3 . . sailor walk . . Baseball 
1.2,3,4,5: Hi-Y 1,2,3,4.5: Pres. 2: Etiquette Club 1.2: 
Vice-Pres. 2; Drum Majors Club 3: Aero. Club 3; O. Henry 
Club 4; Sec. 4 . . prexy . . Glee Club 5; Monogram Club 4. 5; 
Ushers Club 4, 5; Rep. to Clinic Chorus 5; Football Mgr. 
3 . . deliberate . . Western Conference Champions Base- 
ball 4; Older Boys' Conference 3. 

Everette Lee Wooten 

Debaters Club 1 . . "Big Boy" . . Drum Majors Club 2 . . 
Country Club . . Latin Club 3: O. Henry Club 4 . . cheer- 
ful . . Hi-Y 4. 

Rose Geraldine Ziglar 



Mineral Springs High 1 
2, 3: Travel Club 4 . . 
blonde. 



pale blue eyes . . Etiquette Club 
naculate hair . . Girl Reserves 4; 




MID-TERM CLASS 

Violet Baker 

George Barbee 

Russell L. Llewellyn 



OTHER SENIORS 

William Mowery 

Naomi Lee Muse 

Steve Poolas 

Virginia Shaver 

E. Carr Smith 




JUNE CLASS 

Joe Livengood 

William W. Smoak 

Herbert Reich 






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January Class Day Officers 

S. Byrum, M. Mullen, D. Davis, G. Townsend 



June Class Day Officers 

C. McGill, B. Angelo, P. J, White, C. Grimsley 



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Dot Davis. Sara Byrum. Louise Tother.ow, Memory Johnson. Sara Crowell, Margaret Johnson-Raymond Thrift-The Pfaff Twins 

Gone but not forgotten— Rough Rider— Double Exposure 

HISTORY OF REYNOLDS JANUARY CLASS OF 1940 

Marjorie Mullen, Historian 



It was on a cold day in February, 1936, that we, a 
very bewildered group of children, arrived at Rey- 
nolds High School. Trying to find our way through a 
forest of rooms, halls, and floors, we felt very much 
like the mythical Hansel and Gretel. Everywhere we 
turned there were people and more people, teachers 
and more teachers; suddenly we wanted to run away 
from it all. Then came the realization that we could 
let nature take its course, for nothing that happened 
could be worse than being thrust into this strange 
world. After we were assigned to our rooms, things 
took on a more cheerful aspect; and the teachers' 
friendly guidance soon made us feel that we had a 
small spot in Reynolds that we could call our own 
after all. Many and varied were the activities into 
which some of our number entered. 

Enthusiastically our class began a very busy second 
year. A few of our athletically inclined were Ida Mae 
Maree, Sara Byrum, Jack Keenan, Ernest Newman, 
James Pfaff, and Gilbert Townsend. We, eager to par- 
ticipate in all activities, joined various clubs. Indeed 
our sophomore year was a very happy one, for we 
had gained the true R. J. R. spirit. 

Though scarcely two years before we had been a 
frightened group of youngsters, we as juniors, began to 
feel that we were an essential part of Reynolds. Even 



though we were busy with school work, socials were 
not neglected. The Junior-Senior dance was the high- 
light of our junior year. Mary Elliott was elected 
Council member. 

At this point many of our members decided to stay 
over until June, leaving only a few of our original 
class. The January class officers are as follows: presi- 
dent, Ernest Newman; vice-president, West Cashion; 
secretary, Louise Totherow; and treasurer, Theron 
Armstrong. Our senior class has been under the able 
supervision of Mrs. Annie Preston Heilig Fearrington. 

The following are the seven football heroes gradu- 
ating with our class: Jack Keenan, Julian Trivette, 
George Barbee, Raymond Beard, Gene Reece, James 
Pfaff, and Carr Smith. Musically interested was Jor- 
dan Gallos, a member of the "A" band. Dorothy Davis 
and Marjorie Mullen were inducted into the National 
Honor Society. 

Because of the influenza epidemic our graduation 
date was moved forward one week, which makes us 
members of the "Ground Hog Club". Truly our four 
years have been eventful ones. Our eagerness for 
graduation fades away as that goal looms all too near. 
It is now with hearts made heavy by the thoughts of 
leaving this beloved place that we bid farewell to Rey- 
nolds. 



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Scholars — Duke's Future Dean of Women 

REYNOLDS JANUARY CLASS PROPHECY 

Dorothy Davis, Prophet 



Seven o'clock in the morning and just time for one 
more nap! Oh-h-Oh, just one more nap! What's this? 
Why . . . visions of classmates just as pictures in a 
Kalediscope. And where am I? . . . Why in the Cotten 
Club of New York City twenty years from now. 
There is James Pfaff and his wife accompanied by a 
few friends at that far table. With them are Jack Kee- 
nan and Carr Smith, coaches at Pitt. They look very 
worried about something. Maybe they are wondering 
if their team really will get to the Rose Bowl this year. 
Louise Totherow is there, too, escorted by West 
Cashion, who last week inherited a million from some 
rich uncle. They are talking about Naomi Muse who is 
singing in the Metropolitan Opera. 

While I wait here in the lobby for Sara Byrum, 
I'll just look over the latest magazines. Here's Sara, 
Virgina Shaver, and Mary Elliott making magazines 
much more attractive by smiling for Radiant Ray 
Toothpaste advertisements. Haywood Ray is the 
owner of the firm. (And here on page 720 is a picture 
of Ernest Newman, marring the finish on a lovelv 
desk by putting his feet on it; but I guess he can do 
this because he's the president of the U. S.) 

And look at the subject of this article . . . Raymond 
Beard, news commentator, eagerly commenting on the 
latest developments in the political scene. He's having 
quite a job keeping up with the spirited campaign of 
Raymond Thrift, new Democratic candidate for the 
presidency. Raymond, or should we say Mr. Thrift, 
is being aided in his plans by Bob Brewer, his cam- 
paign manager. 

"The Radio News'' says that Rosemary Erickson is 
fashion editor for N. B. C. She will broadcast tomor- 
row on the fashion show which features the designs of 
Violet Baker, outstanding designer of this year who, 
by the way, has just made Ruby Thomas's trousseau. 



Ethel Webster is fluttering around trying to get sup- 
per for her bridegroom of a few months. ("Yes, I'm 
up, Mother!") 

Just one more wink to finish the class roll. Here I am 
ten years earlier looking over an alumni column in 
"Pine Whispers." Henry Ausburn is doing his intern- 
ship at John Hopkins, and Clara Woods is taking 
training at Duke Hospital. Julian Trivette and George 
Barbee are ardent race track fans now. They are the 
owners of "Speedy," this season's favorite for the Ken- 
tucky Derby. Doris White, Alma Jones, and Lucy 
Hunter are keeping track of Steve Poolas's fan mail. 
Steve is "America's Apollo of the Screen." In the 
poet's circle, Gilbert Townsend is the shining light. 
He's just published several books of poems. 

Gene Reece's and Robert Brooks's pictures are de- 
corating the front page of " Pine Whispers." These 
boys have became famous over night by making a 
World Tour on a motorcycle in 30 days. M. B. Ray- 
mer and Kenneth Boyles also have had their picture 
in the news, but theirs are on the society page, because 
they just returned from a trip to Hawaii. 

But back to the alumni column . . . Mack Brown is 
secretary to Theron Armstrong, ambassador to Mex- 
ico. Jordan Gallos, American No. 1 saxaphonist, is the 
feature attraction in Ed's band. Vernon Myers is a 
salesman for the Snowy Washing machine. Ida Mae 
Maree and Willie Swiggett are competing for the 
championship in the Women's Swimming Contest. An- 
nie Lee Chrysson is a beautican in an ultra modern 
beauty shop on Fifth Avenue. Marjorie Mullen is at 
Duke as Dean of Women. Charles Gibson is an avia- 
tor, and Geneva Walsh is hostess for the United Air- 
lines. Suddenly I awake, yawn, and look at the clock. 
School starts in 30 minutes! 



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Front row-B Gray, B. Stockton, B. Soyars. B. Sullivan. R. Haltiwanger, B. Jontz, R. McCuiston, T. Wood, 
R M % \u W J. Wommacfc Second row-E. Cheek 1^ G. Creech, N. McClung, H. Sullivan, R. O'Neil, D. Lowder, 
«; u l & S J Ba 9 na1 ' M. Shouse, N. Davis, M. F. Loman. A. Neely. A. Shamel, S. Bowen, M. C. Watson M 
M. March.Third row-B Bates, C. Brunt, B. J. Jones. G. Northup. M. Redman, P. J. White. B. M. Williams 
M w" w C D N , elS °S' Y- H °"°rV K'„ Le ' nbach ' F - Chand1 "' P- Gordon, B. Moore, M. Rankin. Fourth r,ow-F. 
McNa.r, W^ Parks. B R.erson, R. Hill B Fisher, H. Newsome. G. Whitaker. R. Smith, M. Courtney, M. Cash. 
1. Angelo. B. Wopdall. R. Moore. T. Borthwick. 



1940 JUNE CLASS HISTORY 

Milton Cash, Historian 



As we, the June Class of 1940, rapidly approach 
the day of our graduation, we pause to whiff the 
fragrant memories of our pleasant stay at Reynolds 
High School. We have spent four of the best years 
of our lives at this school of learning but, as our 
thoughts wander back through the years, we can re- 
member the small intricate facts of our first year here. 

It was in September, 1936, that we, as green, green 
freshmen, entered into the tall wide halls of Reynolds 
High School. Everyone knew we were freshmen 
merely by watching us as we walked down the hall 
of the first floor with our heads highly-held and 
mouths wide-open as we gazed at the multitude of 
ferocious animal heads overhead. J. C. Hughes was 
our capable president and Mary Lucy Baynes, our 
Council member. 

Quite in contrast to our first year as the bewild- 
ered freshmen was our second year at R. J. R. (We 
had found, by this time, that Richard J. Reynolds 
High School was too long to say at one time.) Now 
as the cocky know-it-alls, or we thought, we had 
risen to the magnificent heights of sophomores and we 
were slowly being absorbed into the far-reaching 
meshes of extra-curricular activities. As sophomores, 
Thad Tate and Mary Lucy Baynes, treasurer of the 
student body, were our representatives to the Council. 

As juniors, our interests widened and we came to 
be a more important part of the school. We found 
ourselves gaining recognition in all the fields of high 
school activities — athletics, clubs, debating, dramatics, 
band, and student government. Bahnson Gray, Presi- 
dent of our school, came into state-wide prominence 
by being elected President of the State Student Coun- 



cil Congress. Only the death of C. M. Hedrick kept 
this from being our most happy year. Mary Lucy 
Baynes, secretary of the student body, Bill Lambeth, 
and Joe Trollinger were our Council Representatives, 
and the class officers were Roger Hendrix, Sarah 
Crowell, David Lewis, and Paul Denny. As a glo- 
rious ending for our junior year, we entered whole- 
heartedly into the Junior-Senior Dance. 

Finally, as dignified seniors, we solemnly entered 
into our last year at dear old R. J. R. With our 
hearts in our work and in our play, we added anew 
to our past scholastic and athletic records. Our 
members were leaders and active participants in the 
many phases of school life. We made the most of 
all our senior privileges even though there were not 
nearly as many as we had previously imagined, and 
how we enjoyed "lording it" over all the under-class- 
men. Bobby Stockton and Helen Hanes were presi- 
dent and vice-president, respectively, of the Student 
Body, and Milton Cash was Speaker of the House 
of Representatives. Those outstanding in Journalism 
were as follows: Mary Lucy Baynes. Frances Har- 
rison, Henrie Harris, Phyllis Gordon, and Mary Eliza- 
beth Coe; in Debating, Bruce Levin; in Band, Jimmy 
Hancock, Amos Spease, and B. L. Watkins; and in 
Dramatics, Bonnie Angelo, June Batten, Oliver Snow, 
Nancy Alexander, and Robert Moore (who won the 
city-wide play- writing contest). The outstanding ath- 
etes among the boys were: DeWitt Nunn, Francis 
(Monk) Whitehart, Robert McCuiston, Ed McManus, 
and Jake Freed; among the girls were: Phyllis Arm- 
field, Helen Hanes, Polly Gaither, Sue Smith, Helen 
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F. McNair, B. Levin, B. Soyars, R- Thompson and R. Lent:, H. Harris. M. L. Baynes, P. Gordon, F. Harrison. 

Uncle Dan's Bedtime Yarns— Press Prodigies 

REYNOLDS JUNE CLASS PROPHECY 

Peggy Jane White and Claude McGill, Prophets 



Scene: The almost deserted schoolroom of a small, 
remote village in China in the year 1955. The war 
is finally over, but it has left its marks. Peggy Jane 
White, the schoolteacher, is seated at her desk nearly 
asleep when Claude McGill, a missionary, enters 
placing a bundle of mail on the desk. 

Peggy: Oh! you frightened me! I was almost 
asleep. ___^ 

Claude: I'm a little tired too. I've been out trying 
to cheer up the village people. They seem so dis- 
couraged. 

P: Everything seems so useless. We've tried so 
hard to help these poor people. 

C: Buck up. Things aren't as bad as they could 
be. The rebuilding of villages is progressing rapidly. 
Why, they've practically finished the town of Foo- 
yang. And by the way, the native mail carrier just 
arrived from the sea coast with our monthly mail. 

P: Oh, let's read it right away! You take this 
part and I'll take the rest. Look, Here's the "Win- 
ston-Salem Times"! My, how the old home town must 
have grown! And now Robert Lentz is managing 
editor of the paper and ace staff photographers are 
Oliver Snow, Benjamin Morton, and William Ashby. 
Phyllis Gordon is society editor and — what are these 
two columns over here?- Why this one is Henrie 
Harris's "Helpful Hints for Hurried Housewives ". 
And what — my goodness — It's "Advice to the Love- 
lorn" and it's written by Violet Rose alias Robert 
Moore. You know Eugene Blue prints the paper. 

C: Let me see the sports page, will you? (I won- 
der how the World's Series — ■) Listen! Wilson Lee 
Berger's been voted the outstanding Olympic track 
star and he's going to receive a crown of laurel leaves 
in a ceremony next month. And some of our old 
classmates are mentioned too. Jake Freed's playing 




professional football for the Green Bay Packers and 
"Monk" Whitehead's the pitching prid*. of the Dur- 
ham Blue Sox. Why here's a little piece about "Rock" 
Rothrock. He's coaching a Rose Bowl team at Rier- 
son College. You know the college was named after 
the great scholar William Rierson who has done so 
much to advance education in the South. Dick Glenn 
is a professor there too, and Betty Moore is head 
of the Home Economics Department. I always 
thought Marshall Courtney would amount to some- 
thing—he and Bill Miller are touring the country as 
professional pool sharks. 

P: Let's see what they have on the advertisement 
page. Oh, I wish I were there to go to that wonderful 
sale Bonnie Angelo is having at her dress shop. Next 
week she's having her winter fashion show with Fay 
Chandler, Jane Cannon, Carolyn Nelson, Juanita 
Brittian, Nancy Hege, and Fay Smithdeal as models. 
(Modeling their own creations.) 

C: It seems that Tom Jewett has come up in the 
world of medicine. He's next year's president of the 
American Medical Association, and Bill Salmons is 
eighth vice-president. 

P: Oh! here's a letter for me from Betty Jean Jones! 
You know she married an army officer and now she's 
living at an army post in Texas. Let's see what she 
has to say. She's just returned from a visit to Winston. 
Why, Helen Sullivan has recently announced her 
candidacy for president in the coming election, and 
Kenneth Lineback is her campaign manager. 

C: Who in the world could have sent this "Screen 
and Radio Guide"? Why it's from Bob Haire! I'll bet 
a dollar his picture's in here! I thought so! He's star- 
ring with Marie Kimball in "Why Do They Call Us 
Glamorous?" June Batten has recently been given 
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10A CLASS 

These are next year's leaders— the rising seniors. Officers of the class were elect- 
ed at the opening of school in the fall and are as follows: Bet Patterson, president; 
David Carroll, vice president; Joe Mickey, secretary; and Billie Luck, treasurer. 
Miss Ruth Troutman is class sponsor. David Clay has served as secretary of the 
student body for the past year and Donald Welborn and Mary Alice Neilson were 
members of the council. Activities of the class during the year included a leap 
year dance given in honor of the seniors in the school gymnasium. 



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8A CLASS 

The 321 bewildered students who entered Reynolds High last fall look forward 
to being the sophomore class of 1940-41. The freshmen received their first hold in 
the school when they chose the following as class officers: Willis Coggins, president; 
Harold Hayes, vice-president; Rosalyn Nicholas, secretary-treasurer. As their re- 
presentative in the Student Council, they chose Jean Walker. Their next success- 
ful conquest was the responsibility they assumed in the student body election when 
Virginia Marriott, member of the 8AL2 homeroom, was elected treasurer of the 
school. Mrs. Margaret McDermott has served as sponsor for the year. 



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ROBERT STOCKTON 

President 

HELEN HANES 
Vice-President 

DAVID CLAY 

Secretary 

NELSON HENDRIX 
Treasurer 

MARGARET JOHNSON 
11A 

MARY LUCY BAYNES, 
11A 

THADTATE, 11A 

ANN LONG, 11B 

DON WELBORN, 10A 

MARY ALICE NEILSON 

10A 

DONNIE HINES, 10B 

HUGH MYERS, 9A 

WILLIAM McCALL, 9B 

JEAN WALKER, 8A 

JAKE FREED 

Executive Member 

from the House 



THE STUDENT COUNCIL— Of all the prominent organizations at Reynolds High, 
the Student Council, which is the main governing body, is the most necessary. The 
Council performs invaluable service to the promotion of worthy school activities, 
such as the maintenance of the lost and found and discipline. Four students, who are 
elected every spring to serve for the coming year, serve as Council officers and as 
school officers. Four seniors, three juniors, two sophomores, one freshman, and the 
executive member from the House comprise the rest of the membership. One of the 
outstanding events for Council members is the State Student Council Congress, last 
held, November 3-4, 1939, in Durham. Several members attended with Bob Stock- 
ton, Helen Hanes, and Milton Cash being official delegates. Bahnson Gray, Reynolds 
student president last year, presided as president. Miss Elizabeth Kapp and Marvin 
Ward are the present sponsors. 



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Milton Cash, Robert Haltiwanger. Bill Lambeth, Henry Sherrill 

HOUSE COURT— This group, officers of the House of Representatives, made up 
of Milton Cash, speaker, Robert Haltiwanger, speaker pro tern, Henry Sherrill, 
secretary, and Bill Lambeth, treasurer, tries the minor cases of Student Govern- 
ment. The speaker presides over House meetings, in whose absence the speaker 
pro tem takes charge. The secretary and treasurer carry on the usual duties of 
their offices. 




First Row— M. Broadway, M. Cash, B. Lambeth. B. Whiteheart, H. Sherrill. N. Hendrix. Second Row— A. Myers, 
V. Winkle. A. Banks. B. Sprunt, M. Hagaman, B. Robinson. R. Johnson, J. Simpson, J. Lefkowitz. Third Row— 
W. G. Moore, L. Dalton. D. Trent. K. Jenkens. B. Myers, R. Ferguson. Fourth Row— E. Saylor. C. Nelson, B. 
Hill, M. Barnes. G. B. Womble. R. Means. T. Minnis, D. Lewis. T. Smith. Fifth Row— M. Southern, H. Cohen, 
W. Shore, H. Poole, F. Morgenroth, S. P. Cralids, L. Horton. Sixth Row — M. S. Kelman, Mr. Story. Miss Weaver. 
B. (. Yarbough, T. Davis. 

HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES— These are the students who are elected by the 
different homerooms to make up the lower branch of the Student Cooperative Govern- 
ment. It is the duty of this group to direct and enforce minor school rules. 



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M. L. Baynes, F. Harrison, P. Gordon, H. Harris. C. Nelson, D. Canady, M. Queensbury, B. Angelo, M. E. 
Coe, R. Lentz, M. Johnson, J. Cannon, J. Johnson. 

QUILL AND SCROLL— Thirteen Reynolds High students reach the heights of 
their journalism career in high school when they are tapped into an international 
honorary society, the Quill and Scroll. On induction day black robes, red scarfs, 
and candlelights create the atmosphere for the tapping ceremony. The stand- 
ards set for the Odd Number Chapter include scholarship, character, and out- 
standing journalistic ability in the publication of Pine Whispers and Black and 
Gold. 



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First Row— H. Shaw. B. Ogburn, R. Vickers. B. Angelo. V. Marriott, M. Jones, B. Lambeth. Second Row — I. 
Baity. W. Barnhardt. M. Bowers, B. Bryant, Z. Bynum, E. Davis. Third Row — P. W. Dobbins, F. Ferree, B. 
Gray, R. Haltiwanger, J. Hancock, R. Hendrix. Fourth Row— B. Hultz, R. Izlar. T. Jewett, F. Jones, J. R. 
Martin, S. Martin. Fifth Row-C. McGill, J. Mickey. B. Miller. M. Morgan, B. Owen, B. Reece. Sixth Row- 
B. Rhodes. B. Salmons, R. Seitz, G. Sills, B. Soyars, B. Stockton. Seventh Row— B. Watson, T. Tate, B. Wharton, 
B. Williamson. B. Woodall, E. Wooten. 



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ALPHA CHAPTER NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY 

P. J. White, P. Gordon, B. Levin, M. L. Baynes, N. Alexander, I. Baity, W. L. Berger. F. Boger, C. Brunt. 

D. Burchette, E. Cobb, C. Vance, D. Glenn, S. Gosselin, B. Gray, H. Harris, F. Harrison, B. Hill. T. Jewett. J. 
Johnson, M. Johnson. J. Jones, S. E. Joyce, A. Long, W. Martin, B. Moore, M, Mullen, D. Davis, B. Rhodes, 

E. Scholtes, R. Scott, K. Smith, B. Stockton, H. Sullivan, T. Tate, D. Nunn, V. Whitaker, B. Withers. 



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Mary Lucy Baynes 
Editor-in-Chief 



Wilson Lee Berger 
Business Manager 



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Pine Whispers doesn't pretend to be a great news- 
paper like "New York Times" but it does try to please 
the Reynolds students and to serve their needs ade- 
quately. With the combined work of the publications 
staff, both literary and business, and the printing de- 
partment, Pine Whispers is edited twice a month. 

This year the editors have specialized in trying to 
present more pictorial material and better features. 

The highlights of the journalism year were the S.I. 
P. A. convention in the fall at Washington and Lee 
University, the tv/o Quill and Scroll inductions, and 
the election of incoming editors and their staffs. This 
year at the S.I. P. A. convention the paper was especial- 
ly commended for its high degree of perfection in 
punctuation and grammar. 

Special recognition should be given to some of the 
hard working reporters of our staff, and, contrary to 
an established custom, the number of boys tops the 
number of girls: Owen Lewis, Rex Coston, Evelyn 
Carter, Robert Moore, Violet Wikle, and Roy 
Thompson. 



Frances Harrison. Managing Editor 

Mary Elizabeth Coe. Girls' Sports Editor 

Fulton Ferree, Boys' Sports Editor 

Doris Canady, Exchange Editor 

Musa Queensbury, Exchange Editor 

Robert Lentz. Associate Editor 

Ben Morton. Staff photographer 

Betty Schultz. Associate Editor 

Bonnie Angelo, Associate Editor 

Mary Coons, Art Editor 



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Phyllis Gordon 
Editor-in-Chief 



Bahnson Gray 
Business Manager 



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In the fall the journalism department was confronted 
with the problem of making a book better than "the 
white annual ". When the yearbook was highly praised 
at S.I. P. A., the editors moaned for they knew they had 
to become radical to make a book superior to 1939 
Black and Gold. 

With this thought in mind they suggested color for 
the book. Mrs. H. E. Swain, literary adviser, and 
Frederick Elrick, printer, turned this into a reality with 
splashes of green and burgundy. Ideas for the stick 
figures on the divisional pages were contributed by the 
students. 

Carolyn Nelson and Mary Coons drew the sketches 
for the divisional pages and Jay Owens made the 
flowing letters which identified the sections. 

The "Picture" ads and faculty pictures were taken 
by Oliver Snow and James Ashby in cooporation with 
the business staff under the sponsorship of L. W. Cro- 
well. Frank Jones photographed E. H. Stinson for the 
dedication page. 

Voluntarily the journalists worked many hours after 
school and on Saturdays to complete the publication. 
With mental and manual labor all of them cooperated 
in giving you the Black and Gold for 1940. 



Henrie Harris. Managing Editor 

Thad Tate, Senior Editor 

John Johnson. Senior Editor 

Margaret Johnson. Organization Editor 

Carolyn Nelson, Art Editor 

Cornell Brunt, Typist 

Jane Cannon, Senior Editor 

Peggy Jane White, Typist 

Mary Alice Neilson. Associate Editor 

Oliver Snow, Snapshot Editor 




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PUBLICATIONS BUSINESS STAFF 

First Row — V. WhitaKer. S. E. Joyce. M. Johnson. M. Coons, C. Brunt, M. 'Griffin. E. Sprunt. Second RoW— 
L. W. Crowell, adviser. B. Rominger. B. Gray, B. Salmons. D. Hines, D. Nunn, J. Stokes. S. Sirith, W. L. 
Berger. R. Alspaugh. N. Hurst. 



OFFICE PAGES 

First Row — M. Hoots, V. Shutt, S. E. Joyce, A. Long, H. Sullivan, F. Hege. Second Row— M. Prevost. V. 
Wikle. B. Witter. B. Haskins, C. Goodson. M. McCuiston, B. Simmons. Third Row— D. Hamrick, E. East, B. 
Shipp. E. Scholtes, J. Bennett, M. Butner. P. Gordon. Fourth Row — F. Boger. M. Johnson, N. Hildreth, H. Hanes. 
C. Martin. P. Armfleld. 



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LATIN AND FRENCH CLUBS 

First row — M. J. Yokely. R. McCIintock, B. Holton, F. Solomon, H. Cohen, E. Katzin. M. Ray, E. Sprunt, N 
Rhoades, K Jones. Second row— J. Thomasson, B. D. Shugart, J. Hanks, J. Shoemaker, S. Shipp, W. Cofctrell. V 
Greer. J. Stokes, A. Wood, S. Brandon. Third row — J. Lindsay. E. Yates. O. Lewis. W. Vaughn. J. Hoffman. A 
Hicks, M. Salley, S. L. Webster. J. Rierson. Fourth row— D. Fulton, N. McCracken, S. Wood, G. A. Patterson 
A. Banks. J. Adams, G. Mendenhall. J. Dowling. Fifth row— E. Stafford. M. R. Thomasson. L. Scott. A. Cobb. J 
McNair, E. Davis, E. Phelps. Sixth row— B. Harrison. B. Robinson. C. Holbrook, C. Webber, Z. Harrison, B 
Mickle. J. McMichael. M. Morris, Miss Mary Martin, and D. Katzin. 



COLLEGE CLUBS 

First Row — J. Cannon, M. Prevost. M. Queensbury, R. Pollard, V. Whitaker. A. Neely. A. Sauls, A. Long, 

A. Page, H. Newman. P. Pollard, L. Dalton. Se:ond Row — H. Harris, D. Hamrick, R. Roush, A. M. Carter, 

B. Hill, B. Shipp. E. Scholtes. N. Brunt, M. Brown, M. L. Baynes. R. Thompson. Third Row — B. Moore. C. 
Grimsley, W. Boesser, K. Taylor. B. Withers. S. E. Joyce, R. Shore, N. Alexander. S. Gosselin, E. Cobb, J. 
Collins. T. Miller. B. King, W. Brewer. Fourth row— P. Gordon. Mr. Blackmore. R. C. Miller. J. C. Hughes, T. 
Tate, W. Martin, P. Denny. E. Wooten. T. Patterson, I. Baity. J. Johnson, P. J. White, B. J. Jones, M. C. 
Matthews. Miss Moore, F. Harrison. 



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LIBRARY STAFF ASSISTANTS 

First Row — E. Hege, R. Rodgers. C. Ziglar. S. Hege, R. Jones, A. Page, L. Dalton, A. Neely, V. Whitaker, 
P. Pollard, H. Newman. R. Shore. Second Row— M. Shouse, I. Saundefur, D. Sparks, J. Thomasson, sec, E. Cobb. 
S. Gosselin, S. L. McNair, N. Rawlings, M. A. Brown. Griffin. B. Canady, W. Smitherman, Y. Phelps. 
Third Row— A. Queensbury, Miss Kreeger, M. L. Tuttle, J. Bain, D. Canady, B. King. E. Driggers, B. Frye, 
T. Nunri. B. Hill, vice-president, N. Brunt, B. Sprunt, B. Avera. Fourth Row— R. Thomasson. L. Casperian. 
M. Stone. J. L. Bennett. M. Spach. McCollum, C. Grimsley. J. Cannon. B. Moore, B. J. Jones, M. Macklin, 
Fifth Row — J. Johnson, R. Jordon, B. Roberts, J. Mclver. E. Carter, B. Schultz, H. Von Cannon, J. Klutz, 
P. J. White, president. 

HOME ECONOMICS HONOR CLUB AND BROOKES ETIQUETTE CLUB 

First Row — Malcom, James, Kirby, Carter, Willard. Voss, Muse. Hendrix, Casperian, Hege, Phelps. Second 
Row— Hilton, Carter, Taylor, George, Smoak, Bain, Montgomery, Holder, Bowers, Gray, Moore. Third Row— 
Stanfield, B. Welborn, M. Welborn, Cockran. Shreve, Hine. Wilkerson, Bagby. Hopkins, Reich, Haskins. 
Fourth Row — Barbee, Griswold, Stancil, Willis. Bell. Newman, Morgan. Stone, Bagby. Miss Morgan, Spradlin. Fifth 
Row— Nalan, Bodenheimer, Lineback, Cottingham, Edwards, Mangum. Kimel, Craver, Cooley, Miss Helmich. 
Blalock. Sixth Row— Stocks, Morgan, Wentz, Taylor, Apperson. Wikle, East, McLean. Seventh Row— Kern, 
Bryant. Lynch, Young, Lyons, Driggers. Petree, Bowles. 



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REYNOLDS HI PLAYERS 

First Row— D. Bazemore, V. Marriott, R. Thompson, M. N. Barnes, B. Angelo, J. Batten, M. M. McClean, B. 
Ring. Second Row— F. Smithdeal. V. Whitaker, R. Pollard, B. Withers, N. Alexander, A. Long, S. E. Joyce, B. 
R. Brimhall. Third Row — M. Smith, O. Snow, B. Bryant, ). C. Hughes, R. Coston. E. Stallings. A. Peltier. C. 
Bennett, M. Johnson, L. Kirby. Fourth Row — G. Sills, D. Clower, R. Moore, G. Taylor, M. G. Piland, C. McGill, 
N. Rhoades, M. Katzin, J. Boyles, G. Atkins. D. Glenn, H. Myers. 

OCCUPATIONS CLUB 

First Row — A. Queensbury. B. Angelo. J. Hanks, E. M. Smith, M. Duranso, M. C. Watson, B. L. Spainhour. R. 
Bullard, D. Sparks. Second Row — W. R. Edwards, C. Bacon, N. Nunn, F. Swing, R. Vickers, F. Chandler, C. 
Jones. J.Sullivan. Third Row— B. Whaling, B. E. Putnam. C. Martin. B. Williamson. F. Smithdeal. M. Kimball. 
B. Soyars, B. Stockton. Fourth Row— T. Jewett, D. Clower. V. Cale, L. Stabler, B. Watson, B. Gray, C. McGill. 
M. Courtney, F. McNair, M. Cash. 



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BAND 

H. Craver. B. Pfohl. D. Wilier, C. King, L. Lineback, E. L. Hamilton, R. Angel. M. A. Baker, C. De- 
Lany. B. Mullen, G. Wooduff. A. Minter, M. Fetter, S. Bay, B. Green, T. Rose, C. Young, C. Morris, 
D. Harrell. C. Sigmond. J. Hoots, Z. Bynum, O. G. Allen, H. Kearn, M. J. Chambers, A. Speas, B. A. 
Nadmg, B. Smoak, E. Rawls. B, L. Watkins, J. Powell, H. Coston, R. Taylor, T. Cahill, D. Shealy, J. 
Clifford, B. Crawford, B. Rhodes, E. Flynn. J. L. Fishel, B. Cahill. R. Coston. J. Conrad, 1. Craft, J. Hancock, 
B. L. Slawter, J. Watson, E. Messick, Mr. Pfohl. 



JUNIOR BAND 

First Row— Pappas, Myers, Wyatt, Dyer, Pegram, Hall, Taylor. W. Oden. Second Row— Moore, Nail, Hanes, 
Saunders. Valentine, B. Ray, Tilley, Wyatt, Patterson, Contos, Allen, J. Cottrell, W. Ray, Reid. Third Row— J. 
Miller, Ball, Hayes, Martin, Masters. Cooper, Thomas, Holton, Sharp, Starling, Hartzog, W. Cottrell. Lackey. 
Fourth Row— Clinard, Oliver, D. Oden, Myers, Sink, Hondros, Gilliam, Dalton, Pratt, M. Ray. Crafford. Miller. 
Fifth Row — Fansler. Davis, Thrift, Mickey, Weatherman. Snyder, Clifford. Styers, Lineback, Everhart, Woodail. 
Gravley, Mr. Pfohl. 



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FRESHMAN-SOPHOMORE-JUNIOR HLY CLUBS 

First Row— B. McGill, C. Blackburn, J. Mclver, R. Jordan, C. Wyatt, J. Rhodes, C. Joyner, M. Boesser, 
P. Pegram. I. Thomas, M. Brunt, Wyatt, W. McCall. Second Row-T. Speas, P. Davis, B. Ayers, B. Robin- 
son, F. Fansler. D. Schultz, M. Davis, sponsor, N. Yates, sponsor, O. Marvin, H. Cash, C. Soyars, N. 
Hendrix, B. Durham. Third Row— H. Beeson, B. Kinney, B. Johnson, L. Lineback, H. Gray. L. Lindsay, E. Skinner, 
J. Jones, J. Spach, M. Cunningham, B. Huntley, T. Carpenter, W. Shore. Fourth Row — D. Harrell, W. East, C. 
Holbrook, B. Haire, D. Clay, Haltiwanger, H. Snaveley, W. Vaughn, B. Ingram, T. Llewellyn, D. Williamson, T. 
L. Martin, T. Lauten, M. Hagaman. J. Mickey. 

PHOTOGRAPHY CLUB 

First Row— D. Williamson, O. Snow, B. Morton, Carlyle Cook. Second Row— J. Ashby, D. Wilkerson, C. 
Rights, J. Jeffries, L. Moran, F. Lysett, E. Minor, R. Covington, E. Bumgardner. Third Row— R. Macklin, 
B. Munt, R. Dalton, G. Knight. 



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Members— Z. Bass, V. Couch, Z. Edwards, E. Forbes, T. Going. K. Green, P. Heath. E. Hundley, M. Kearns 
D. Marshall, N. Meadows, J. Saylor, N. Smith, R. Stancill, M. L. Tuttle, J. Walker, T. Willard, E. Whisonant. 

B. Willard, J. Reid, S. Atkins, C. Duke, H. Disher, M. Going, H. Hardee, A. Rodgers. M. Strauss, M. Strauss. R. 
Bullard, F. Cruse, M. Snow, J. Craver, N. R. Foster. M. Broadway, K. Siceloff. E. Boiling. J. Cohn, L. Kirk. D. 
Lineback. f. McFarlin, J. Hanks. S. Driscoll, M. E. Reavis. G. Trent, B. Alderman, H. Austin, J. Barbee, R. Cos- 
ton, B. Woodall, T. Barron, R. McDaniel, M. Miller, R. Smulin. C. L. Craver, P. Fulk, G. Gallins, L. Harris C. 
McClenny, R. Moore. T. Neal, J. Pfaff. H. Pope. C. Tuttle. R. Welfare, M. Austin, B. Dal ton. J. Daniel, J. Davis. 
J. Ferrell. E. Hine, H. Hinshaw. D. McDowell, A, Pardington, G. Purcell, R. Salley, F. Sowers, M. Styers. R. 
Thorpe. J. Williamson, N. Blackburn. M. Craver, A. Hall, J. L. Kimel. J. J. Frazier, L. Hilderman. B. Luck, L. 
Blizzard, B. A. Knight, C. Rothrock, P. Jenkins. F. Rothrock. D. Weisner. D. Burchette. H. Sullivan. J. Klapp. 

C. Rhoades, M. Roberts. L. Wallace. D. Whitly, V. Brandon, B. L. Manuel, I. L. Smith. C. Barbee. M. V. 
Edwards. M. Everidge, E. Hege, M. Hoots, E. Motsinger, R. Pegram, M. Rhoades, B. J. Smith, M. A. Tomlinson. 

VOICE CLASSES^Three groups from the voice classes won first rating at the 
State Music Contest at Greensboro: girls glee club, mixed chorus, and soporano 
solo. Girls trio rated second, while third rating went to boys quartet and boys 
glee club. 



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First Row — M. McLean, M. Willard, A. Neely, V. Whitaker, R. Pollard, M. Rhodes. C Rhoades, E. Hege, M. 
Markland, F. Cruse. M. A. Brown. B. J. Witter. Second Row— W. Corley, L. Casperian, M. Angelo, Stokes, Allison, 
Say lor, Kearns, Daye. Ben field, Prongay. Third Row — Harrison, Shore, Joyce, Gosselin, Cobb, Grimsley, Memory 
Johnson, Taylor, Margaret Johnson, Hendrix. Fourth Row — Alexander. Scholtes, Spainhour, Watson, Cannon, Moore, 
Hondros, Jones, Sprunt, Spainhour, Watson. Fifth Row — Coons, Ripple, Duranso. Miller, Dalton, Rawlings, McNair, 
Rhodes. Sparks, .Crowell. Sixth Row— Ziglar, Shoemaker, Shipp. Bell, Willis, Hamrick. Prevost, Haskins. Seventh 
Row— Miller, King, Martin, Griffith, Webster, Williamson, Boesser, Eighth Row— Queensbury, Nunn, Shealy, 
Chandler. Hill. Ninth Row— Edwards, Smoak, White, Jones, TayLor. Tenth Row— Wood, Bacon, Smith, Hine- 
Eleventh Row— Sauls, Burke, Brunt. Twelfth Row— Queensbury, Angelo, Batten. 

GIRL RESERVES— This active organization is behind the scenes in every worth- 
while school project. They enter into community life by supporting city-wide 
campaigns. They encourage character development by offering a well-balanced 
social, spiritual, and "finding yourself" program. 



^5 129 $»> 




Members: B. Ferguson, S. Alldred. E. Snow. B. Watson, M. L. Smith, M. Boesser, B. Cook, M. Macklin, A. 
Goldberg, J. McClean, J. Ragland, R. Nicholas, B. Shaffer. E. Whitlock, N. Whiteheart. P. Pegram. D. Yarhough, 
C. Flynt. H. Petree, S. P. Cralidis, J. West. B. Yarbough. O. Johnson. D. Whitaker. J. Greenshaw, L. Minor. M. 
Atwood, M. Brooks. C. Thrift, D. McLaughlin, F. Boger. T. Wood, B. Ogburn. C. Nelson. B. L. Slawter. E. Mes- 
sick, W. Salmons, N. Hurst, A. S. Allred, M. Bradford, M. Markland. M. Coons. R. Pollard, W. Johnson, N. Poli- 
tes, J. Huband, B. Hilton, D. Rumby, J. Spainhour. W. Davis, B. Simmons, F. Fansler, M. N. Barnes. B. Huds- 
peth. J. Burgess, D. Carroll. E. Home. E. Carter, D. James, E. Godfrey, E. Mondy. I. Reece, L. Shore. M. Kearns, 
P. Williamson. S. Fix, B. Haire, R. Miller, G. Morris, M. Abee. G. Morris. R. Ferguson. D. McGuire, C. Soyars, 
N. Yates. B. Long. E. Brinegar, B. Canady. H. Watson, A. Mickle, W. Revels, C. Ziglar, B. L. Connor, M. 
James, A. R. Bedsaul. R. Everhart. 



«*§ 1 30 $&> 




DOBSON ETIQUETTE CLUB 



First Row— J. Burwell, B. Sink. E. Jarvis, M. J. Yokeley. N. Hyatt. N. McManus, A. Johnson. C. Roesel, E. 
Driggers, R. Jackson, P. Nichols. D. Smith. B. Hinson, C. Hilker, B. Hedrick, N. Bowies, F. Kiger. B. Al- 
spaugh, E. Nail, R. Freedle. Second Row— D. Swain. M. E. Reavis, J. Pollard, C. Street, C. Goodson, A. Dalton, 
B. D. Shugart, J. Kelman, E. Trivette, B. Avery, L. Hoots, E. Dent, R. Anderson, A. Scott. Third Row— M. 
Boesser, H. Bennett, G. Trent, H. Louis. B. J. Nissen, M. Ayers, M. A. Tomlinson, A. Cobb, E. Dorton, M. C. 
Walker, N. Smitherman, L. Smith, L. Richardson, C. Bennett, C. Lentz, E. Skinner, F. Cheek, G. Hutchins, J. 
Alspaugh, A. O'Brien. 

METRIC SCIENCE CLUB 

Front row— R. Cates, G. Johnson, B. Oden, P. Davis, T. Speas, J. Googe, J. Lasley, B. Gray, N. Patterson. 
Second Row— B. Rhodes. A. Bahnson. J. Mickey. F. Feree, J. Sink, M. Hondros, O. G. Allen, J. L. Fishel. B. 
Lambeth, R. Hendrix. Back row — F. Morgenroth. R. Scott, B. Miller, E. Walker, T. Rose. J. Pfaff, D. Oden, J. 
Haltiwanger, J. Smith, Mr. Buchanan. 

READERS DIGEST AND O. HENRY CLUBS 

First Row — M. Smith, M. Ogburn, S. McNair, N. Rawlings, M. Johnson, P. Watson. A. Taylor, M. Johnson, 

B. Ring, C. Brunt. Second row— E. Saylor, L. Loyd. S. Cromwell. S. Shoemaker. M. Prongay. Third row — 
R. Lent:, D. Johnson, J. Hudson, L. Brittian, J. Brittain, B. Hines. M. Marshall. V. Baker, L. Newman, G. Ziglar, 

C. Pratt, L. G. Creech. Fourth row — M. Jones. B. Chance, R. Burke, J. Burton, I. Williamson, Fifth row— 
B. Wharton. D. Glenn, E. Stallings. B. Frye. B. L. Shelton, B. Shultz, T. F. Pardue, H. Boiling, J. Harrison. 



«•§ 131 £•» 




c^rflak School 



While the printing of 2175 copies of this 1940 
Black and Gold was the largest production job of 
the High School Print Shop for the year, our 
main objective—the training of high school stu- 
dents in trade fundamentals and practices — was 
not lost sight of. 

Charles Gibson, mid-year graduate, is now em- 
ployed with the Stewart Printing House. 

Eugene Blue, senior, shown in the upper left 
hand picture, made up most of the pages for the 
Black and Gold, and is one of our best Linotype 
students. He does considerable after school work 
on Pine Whispers and the various school and city 
jobs. He is the 1940 winner of the Printers Club 
Award. 

Fred Swartzel and Jack Dunn, first year stu- 
dents, are here shown setting type at the cases— 
the fundamental operation taught all students. 

Norman Reavis, third year printer, is pictured 
at the proof press with a page form of this pub- 
lication. His speciality is head and ad composition. 

Harry Whitaker, second year student with pre- 
vious Linotype experience, is shown at the key- 
board of the Intertype. 

Luther Adams, first year press student, is watch- 
ing Richard Paynter, press II, feed the 10x15 
platen press. 

Talmage Davis, senior, here shown making a 
cover for a bound volume of city records, special- 
ized in bindery work before changing to Linotype 
operation. Joe Martin is a first year bindery stu- 
dent. 

Mr. W. G. Pipkin, foreman of the cylinder 
pressroom of the Winston Printing Co., was se- 
cured for the cylinder makeready on the annual. 
Richard Johnston, tenth grade, feeding the cylin- 
der press in the picture, has done considerable 
after school work on Black and Gold and Pine 
Whispers, both press feeding and Linotype work. 



Top row: Eugene Blue, Fred Swartzel, Jack Dunn. Norman Reavis, 
Harry Whitaker. Second row: Luther Adams, Richard Paynter, Talmage 
Davis, Joe Martin. Third row: W. G. Pipkin, pressman, and Richard John- 
ston. 



■*§ 132 £»> 




Ben Hunter and Gervice Fouts, both second 
year students, are beginners on the Linotype. 
Their main help on the Black and Gold was in the 
bindery work. 

C. L. Manning and Robie Ferguson, third year 
students, are both specializing in job composition. 
Manning has done considerable work in binding 
this book. Ferguson previously took presswork. 

Harry Campbell, beginning student, has had 
previous printing experience, and is starting Lino- 
type operation this semester. Lee Ernst, shown at 
the Intertype keyboard, has also taken work in 
hand composition and book binding. He graduates 
this June. Claude Parton, pictured at the saw, is a 
second year man who is making fine progress in 
Linotype work. 

Waymouth Wikle and Francis Womble, both 
first year press students, are here working at the 
14x20 — one of the three job presses. 

Jack Grishaw and Lawrence Minor, folding the 
eight-page sections for the 1940 Black and Gold, 
are both first year students in composition. Gri- 
shaw also helped with the binding after school. 

Bill Brendle, third year student in presswork, 
is feeding the inserts for the annual on the cylin- 
der press. 

Mr. F. J. Elrick, instructor, is checking the lock- 
up of an annual form just before it goes to press. 
The book was printed in 40 forms. 

All students, of course, have had experience at 
many types of work not mentioned here. All have 
contributed valuable help to the production of this 
publication. All type setting, page makeup, lockup, 
press feeding, hand folding, gathering, stitching, 
and casing was done by students and instructor. 

The pictures for the cuts on these two pages 
were taken by Robert Bradford, printing student, 
class of 1933, now Linotype operator with the 
Journal-Sentinel. 



Top row: Ben Hunter. Gervice Fouts, C. L. Manning. Robic Ferguson, 
Henry Campbell, Lee Ernst, Claude Parton. Second row: Wayrnoth Wikle. 
Francis Womble. Jack Grishaw. Lawrence Minor. Third row: Bill Bren- 
dle. and Frederick Elrick, instructor. 



**§ 133 $»» 



MONOGRAM CLUB 



First Row— Williamson 
Bodenheimer, Clodfelter. 
McManus, Wooda 
Row— Haire, Reirson, F 



Burke, Merrill, Trollenger. Second Row-Clay, Soyars, Pfaff, Martin, Cale. Pop 
Uwen. Ihird Row — Jones, Strauss, Berger. Lewis, Ingram, Brewer, Snow, Lyor 
S rt0 ?«'r, , th R o w - Ha ncock, Gray, Jewett. Stockton. B. Whiteheart, Nunn, Pa, 
Whiteheart, Salmons. Sixth Row — Pritchard, Rothrock. 



age- 



Fifth 



USHERS CLUB 



Left to Right— Jewett, Speas, Courtney, Pfaff, 
Lambeth, Bynum, Ogburn, Cash, Soyars, Clay, 



Morton 
Hendr 



Nunn, 
, Will 



Hancock, Gray, Salmons, 
iamson. 



McNair. Mr. Buchanan. 



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FOOTBALL SQUAD 

J. Trollinger, D. Lewis, V. Bodenheimer, B. Stockton, C. Smith, B. Hutchins, E. Lyons, E. Clodfelter. B. White- 
heart. G. Barbee. P. Brewer, B. Soyars, C. Smith, D. Clower, J. Pope, V. Cale, R. Beard. J. Trivette. J. Ffaff. 
E. Reece. D. Page, J. Freed. K. Rothrock, J. Keenan, B. Haire. 



<*§137£&> 




TRACK 

First Row — J. Alspaugh. Richard Means. J. Marriott, L. Safrit, R. Scott, N. Hondros, D. Hines, P. Brewer, W. 
Barber. D. Martin. W. Ashby, W. Owen. Second Row — R. Haire. R. Lentz, T. Jewett. C. Benbow, W. Williamson. 
D. Clower, R. Moore, T. Carpenter, T. Darnell, J. Freed. W. Lambeth, M. Katzin. manager. Third Row — E. Brine- 
nar, manaqer, H. Petree, W. Brendle, E. Walker, J. Johnson, W. Shore, B. Hultz, J. Spach, C. Soyars, E. 
Messick, W. Haire, R. Pritchard, R. Welfare, W. Petree. 

GIRLS' BASEBALL 

First Row — Cecilia Goodson, M. Sparks, E. Godfrey, M. Butner, S. Smith, N. Hurst, J. Stockton. L. Richardson. 
S. Stockton. Carolyn Goodson. Second Row— D. Perry, M. Fetter, Miss D. Knott, M. Hewat. K. Fishel. 

BOYS* TENNIS 

First Row— R. Hendrix, M. Cash, R. Haltiwanger, R. McCuiston, J. Hancock, B. Ingram, Coach Barnette. Second 
Row — C. Lindsay, W. Martin, R. Pegram, A. Silverstein, R. Durham, P. Montague. P Davis, C. Blackburn, C. 
Wyatt, P. Dobbins. Third Row— P. Newton. W. Anderson, C. Vance, J. Haltiwanger, H. Cash. W. Miller, B. 

Huntley. 



<«§ 138 £*> 



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GIRLS BASKETBALL 



First Row — M. Butner, B. Ferguson, S. Smith, I. Dowell. C. Goodson. P. Sloan, J. Stockton. Back Row— Coach 
Knott, P. Armfield. D. Perry, P. Gaither. H. Voncannon, J. Sullivan. 

GIRLS SOCCER 

First Row — J. Stockton, B. Ferguson, K. Fishel, D. Smith, P. Gaither, M. Butner, I. Dowell, M. Tucker, 

D. Perry, C. Goodson. Second Row— Miss Knott. C. Goodson, R. Pegram, C. Parker, B. Simmons, E. Cates. 

M. Hewett. S. Stockton, M. J. Moore, B. Hill, R. Nicholas. Third Row — M. Sparks, D. Shreves. N. Saylor, 
C. Bennett, A. Cobb. R. Stancill, M. Rhoades, J. Jeavis, C. Flynt. 

GIRLS TENNIS 

First Row— B. Canady. }. Stokes. M. McCuiston, B. Angelo. J. Cannon. Second Row— P. Gaither. S. Haltiwanger, 
S. Gosselin, D. Canady, E. Sprunt. Miss Martin. 



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BASKETBALL SQUAD 

\. Hancock, B. McCuiston. P. Kelley, D. Nunn, M. Cash. Coash Shealy, 
V. Gale, W. L. Berger, R. Haltiwanger, R. Martin. E. McManus. 

CHEERLEADERS 

Whaling, E. Sprunt, B. Rierson, B. Angelo, M. N. Barnes. W. Davi 



*m% 140 $•> 




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BASEBALL 

First Row — C. D. Smith, F. Whiteheart. R. Merill, D. Lewis, K. Rothrock. Second Row— B. Woodall. J. Ray, 
F. Trivette, J. Shaffer, B. Rierson. Third Row — E. Watson, H. Frazier, B. Forrest, H. Crater. R. Vicker:>. 

GOLF 

M. Ward, Coach, D. Nunn, G. McNair, A. Newsome, D. Wilkerson, P. Kelly, B. Gray, E. Tise. 



<«§ 141 §t 




Squealing Squad 



From The Landing 




Talking It Over 



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Streamlined Perfection Oh For The life Of An Athlete 




In Action 




Our Heroes 





The Racing Eight Smile Of A Champion ) All-day Soccer 




Varsity Veterans 



Black Demon 



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cJt& coronal, mz ludqz 

"Mr. Crandell enjoyed making your selections for you very much and hopes his 
choices will meet with your approval. He also wishes me to tell you that he feels 
it is not always fair to judge beauty from pictures, but he hopes that he hasn't run 
too far astray in his judgement." 

(Selection from letter by Miss Phyllis Brown, secretary to Bradshaw Crandell.) 





Reynolds 




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Gray High 

City Winner 



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Young men have al- 
ways found our store a 
very pleasant place to 
look for clothes. Expert 
salesmen are ready to 
greet you and are eager 
to help you make the 
right selection. There are 
hundreds of young men 
in Winston-Salem who 
are proud of the fact 
that they have a Hine- 
Bagby label in their suit. 
Join up with this group 
and make Hine-Bagby 
your clothing headquar- 
ters. 



Hine-Bagby Company, Inc. 




Mighty oaks from little acorns grow 
Students from the three high schools add to their savings 

at 

Piedmont Federal Savings and Loan Association 



REYNOLDS ATHLETIC 




SCORES 






FOOTBALL 




Reynolds 


Opponent 


Score 


High 






35 


Hanes 





32 


Mount Airy 


7 


51 


Danville 





13 


Charlotte 





6 


Salisbury 


6 


39 


Mills Home 


6 


14 


Gastonia 





6 


Greensboro 


13 


7 


High Point 


12 


26 


Thomasville 





BASEBALL-GIRLS 




Reynolds 


Opponent 


Score 


High 






23 


Hanes 


21 


12 


Walnut Cove 


15 


15 


Gray 


9 


19 


Hanes 


12 


33 


Alumnae 


17 


38 


Gray 


31 


29 


Gastonia 


23 


21 


High Point "Y r 


31 


28 


Danville 


21 


17 


High Point "Y" 


11 


12 


Walkertown 


29 


28 


Faculty 


13 


GIRLS' SOCCER 




Reynolds 


Opponent 


Score 


High 






3 


Gray 


2 


6 


Lewisville 





2 


Hanes 





6 


Lewisville 








Gray 


2 


7 


Hanes 








Gray 


5 


10 


Burlington 





2 


Burlington 





REYNOLDS TENNIS RESULTS 


Won 


Opponents 


Lost 


Twice 


Durham 






Charlotte 


Twice 


Once 


Greensboro 




Once 


High Point 




Once 


Salisbury 




Twice 


Oak Ridge 




Twice 


Lexington 




Twice 


Walnut Cove 




Once 


Gray 




Reached 


state semi-finals in 


singles 


and doubles. 





«sc; 148 £*> 




1940 TRACK RESULTS, 
REYNOLDS- 

Dual Meet— Reynolds 62% ; High 
Point 54% 

Dual Meet— County 75; Reynolds 41 

Western Conference Meet —Char- 
lotte, first, 71.4; Reynolds, second, 
35.7 

State Invitational Meet — Durham, 
first, 46; Charlotte, second, 44; 
Reynolds, third, 16 

Civitan Relay Meet — Durham, first, 
54%; Charlotte, second, 47%; Rey- 
nolds, third, 17 

Triangular Meet — Reynolds, first, 66; 
Greensboro, second, 42; High 
Point, third, 35 

Dual Meet — Davidson freshmen, 62 
2-3; Reynolds, 54 1-3 



REYNOLDS BASEBALL SCORES 
FOR 1940 



Reynolds 


Opponent 


Score 


6 


East Bend 


3 


10 


Mocksville 


1 


5 


High Point 


6 


2 


Greensboro 


13 


7 


Salisbury 


4 


4 


Gastonia 


13 


2 


Gastonia 


12 





Charlotte 


11 





Salisbury 


12 


REYNOLDS BOYS' 






BASKETBALL 




Reynolds 


Opponent 


Score 


38 


Gray 


14 


24 


Hanes 


20 


11 


Walnut Cove 


16 


32 


Welcome 


9 


40 


Gray 


5 


21 


Salisbury 


27 


18 


Gastonia 


14 


28 


Greensboro 


1-7 


25 


Hanes 


35 


21 


Gastonia 


26 


44 


Charlotte 


32 


30 


High Point 


27 


38 


Charlotte 


41 


35 


Salisbury 


23 


33 


High Point 


41 


32 


Welcome 


26 


31 


Walkertown 


28 


26 


Hanes 


30 



REYNOLDS GOLF RECORD 

Won every match including South 
Atlantic Tournament at High Point 
except the State Tournament in 
which they placed third. 



Sports 



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Dress-up 




You know you're "right" with an outfit from Montaldo's 

Above are four proofs to this statement: Frances Swing, very natty 
in a sailor-girl evening gown; Carolyn Nelson, making school a pleas- 
ure in a ruffled pinafore; Fay Smithdeal ready for fun in striped beach 
pajamas; and Jane Cannon, stepping out hooded in polka-dots. 



^VyontaLdo ± 







Compliments 



Winston 




Bottling Co. 



<*§ 149 £•> 



All Kinds of Insurance 

Pilot Insurance 
Agency, Inc. 

Corner Fourth and Spruce St. 

Phone 6123 

Forrest J. Wright E. T. Pullen 



Haverty 
Furniture Company 

521 N. Liberty St. 
+ 

Complete 

Home Furnishings 

+ 

There is no place like home 

A Store 
Worthy of Winston-Salem 



For select foods call 

R.B. Crawford & Co. 

A real service store 

Fancy Groceries, Fresh 
Vegetables, Fine Fruit 



Dial 7116 
858 West Fourth Street 



L M. WILLIAMS 

GROCERY CO. 



Fresh Meats and Fancy 
Groceries 

Dial 8164 
Hawthorne and W. First St. 



GRAY JUNE PROPHECY 

(Continued from page 28) 

Castevens, Mary Ireland, Hunter 
Bledsoe, and Haywood Brinegar. 

Beside that building is the Art Ex- 
hibit. In the special group of drawings 
by Marilyn Miller they see faces of 
those famous models, Tommy Butner, 
Norine White, Mildred Crotts, Lucy- 
Johnson, Eileen Cole, Lorraine Pfaff, 
Nancy Mann, Doris Scalf, Mae Love 
and Ruby Smith. The architect, Carol 
Cole, has a series of plans for the 
much discussed Lester Sink Mansion. 
The plumbers are: Hewell Snyder, 
Ray Frye, Tom Sprinkle, and Herman 
Hoots. The interior decorators will 
be Maggie Reeves and Helen Win- 
bish. Mr. Sink has recently given 
money for a special library at the 
head of which are: Helen Wooten 
and Jeanne Hampton, who are aided 
by Pauline Evans, Laura Brown, and 
Irene Jones. 

They are getting hungry so they 
stop at the Ed Long Hot Dog Salon, 
where they meet Kathryn Cude, wife 
of the famous peanut producer, 
Archie Jones. They also meet Mr. 
and Mrs. Raymond Blair with little 
Marion and Buddy Jr. They have 
just returned from a trip to Mars in 
their private rocket ship. Much credit 
is due their pilot, Harry Mickey. 
They stand for a moment, after eat- 
ing, in the now lighted midway. To 
their right is Carl Harris, who is ad- 
vertising Raymond Murphy Hair 
Tonic. Their slogan is: "It grows 
while you wait." Over at his side is 
the proof . . . Thomas Hall Wetmore. 

Further down the midway they 
hear a political campaign going on. 
Bill Simpson is promising that there 
will be no more homework and 
shorter hours if he is elected as super- 
intendent of Winston-Salem schools. 
They hear Frank Thornton and Hoyt 
Whitney cheer loudly at this, since 
they are in high hopes of graduating 
this term. Principal Christine Hall, 
along with Margaret Stovall, who is 
director of student activities at Gray 
High, are also cheering, for they are 
tired of so many personal relation 
meetings on the account of those two 
boys. 

In the Transportation Building they 
enter the automobile division, which 
apparently holds no attraction, since 
(Continued to page 151) 



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Except Life 



249 N. Main St. 
7140— Phones— 7149 



S. H. KRESS 

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5c, 10c, and 25c 
Store 

Winston-Salern, N. C. 



White Shoes For 
Graduation 

White— Brown and Whitt 

See these beautiful shoes 

before buying 

$3.95 to $6.95 

SIMMONS 

SHOE STORE 

■444 Trade Street 



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Dial 5178 

CLEANS UP EVERYTHING 

Quality Laundry and 
Dry Cleaning 






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GRAY JUNE PROPHECY 

(Continued from page 150) 

cars are out of style, but there 
are still a few persons such as: Leon- 
ard McDowell, Carnie Brown, Nor- 
man Elson and Lawrence Roland, 
who are trying to persuade Nadine 
Metz, Geraldine Priddy, Ruth Poole 
and Dot Bodenheimer that vehicles 
are still safer on the ground. 

In the ship department we find 
Captain Rix Floyd and sailors Roy 
Brewer, Carol Craver, Legrande 
Everhart, and Russel Bryan sur- 
rounded by girls . . Mary K. Scales, 
Vivien Dowell, Mary Gregory, Jetty 
Huffman, Doris Gant, and Vada 
Bauguess. 

The newest thing on rails, the Twin 
City Streak, is being explained by 
Charlie Hege. 

In the Chamber of Commerce 
building they are met by the recep- 
tion committee made up of Mayor 
Dot Elliot and Aldermen Demont 
Everhart, James Hartness, Eugene 
Holloman and Henry Lentz. 

We stop in at the first aid tent 
where Horace Nance, Clarence Ever- 
hart, Howard Foster, Willard Hays 
are receiving first aid from Edna 
Ayers, Wilma Boger, and Juanita 
Williard. These boys were demon- 
strating new shoes put out by the 
Edgar Young and Richard Hege Shoe 
Co. As they leave this building they 
meet the new guards coming on duty. 
Very shocked are they to see Ken- 
neth Linville, Lawrence Taylor, and 
Ernest Parks. 

Over in the foreign buildings Ro- 
bert Stovall is being kept terrifically 
busy changing the names of the ex- 
hibits, as countries in Europe take 
each other over. In the next section 
we find the escort service, which is 
maintained by the Goody Girls, Ruth 
Fort, Virginia Calloway, Helen Baity, 
Carrie Day, Violet Roland, Louise 
Hedgecock, Mary Frances Klutz, 
Grace Spach, Helen Pope, Kathleen 
Sprinkle, Pharine Secrist, and Lor- 
raine Faust. 

But this time they have told all the 
news and seen all the sights. Some 
kindly soul rings an alarm, (She was 
later found to be Donola Newell) 
and up flies an ambulance which 
speeds the three tired, weary Gray 
High alumnae to the Jetty Wood 
Hospital. 



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* GRAY JANUARY PROPHECY 

(Continued from page 30) 

Annie Lee Welch, movie starlet, 
was singing with Bernard Womble 
and his Lost Chord Orchestra. They 
were entertaining at W. C.'s Sea 
Food Palace ("Every Bite a De- 
light") run by none other than our 
friend W. C. Taylor. 

Frances Weaver, according to our 
Life Magazine, was then singing in 
the Broadway hit show, Oliver's 
Scottish Shamrock. 

Mary Sue Gough, who was con- 
nected with the Jiffy Potato, Peach, 
and Apple Parer Co., was carrying 
on a series of demonstrations at Sil- 
ver's Department Store back in the 
home town. It was also interesting to 
note that Dale Tesh was floor man- 
ager there and Lucille Masten was in 
charge of the music department. 

Max Hutchins has recently made 
the country drug-conscious through 
his extensive campaign which was 
given to the public through every 
possible medium. The Hutchins-Wal- 
green Corporation has as its able 
advertising manager, Reece Bauguess. 

The sports world was all agog 
that summer with the sensational bat- 
ting of Allan Cude. He had a re- 
cord of at least one home run per 
game for this season. It was expect- 
ed that his shining star would take 
the place that George Herman 
(Babe) Ruth once filled. 

Across from the picture was an- 
other great name in the sport world, 
Herbert Glasgow, who was vacation- 
ing on his ranch in Montana. He had 
recently signed a new contract with 
the Green Bay Packers. 

Margaret Teague has inaugurated 
a new system of home economics in 
the New York City school. It 
consisted of letting the girls care for 
full size homes complete with every 
detail except husbands. Pictured with 
her was her assistant, Edith New- 
some. 

The Chambers-Hinsdale Power 
Construction Co. has recently com- 
pleted the huge power project which 
consisted of power line from Boulder 
Dam to Kernersville, N. C. 

The largest double wedding New 
York had ever seen was the Army- 
Navy wedding. Miss Joyce Roberts 
and Miss Helen Teague married Ad- 
miral Hiram Wintergreen and Gen- 
eral Henry Branchwater, respectively. 
(Continued to page 160) 



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Hanes 
Lewisville 
Lewisville 
Hanes 
Reynolds 



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Gray 14 

Gray 6 

Gray 6 

Gray 7 

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Mount Tabor 14 Gray 30 

Cooleemee 24 Gray 19 

10th grade 21 8th grade 2 

11th grade 36 8th grade 2 

11th grade 22 10th grade 19 



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C. Home 10 
Reynolds 38 
Hanes 19 
Y. M. C. A. 
Y-Juniors 31 
Hanes 18 
C. Home 27 
Kernersville 15 
Hanes 39 
Y-Juniors 23 
C. Home 49 
Griffith 15 
Cooleemee 23 
Hanes 27 
Faculty 40 
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Gray 14 

Gray 6 

Gray 15 

Gray 18 

Gray 30 

Gray 8 

Gray 17 

Gray 3 

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Gray 18 

Gray 18 

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Gray 20 



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High Point 57 
C. Home 18 
Bluefleld 32 
Salisbury 32 
Asheboro 
Leaksville 
Hanes 12 
N. Wilkesboro 
Mocksville 
Elkin 
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GRAY JANUARY PROPHECY 

(Continued from page 154) 

Dorothy Collins was pictured be- 
tween the brides, being bridesmaid 
for both. 

On the last page before "pictures 
to the Editor" section, we saw the 
famous lawyer-author, Tom Shore, 
reading an advanced copy of his new 
book. "My Year in High School," an 
autobiography. 

Professor Cyril Hauser, professor 
of Applied Science, had sent to the 
editor a picture of his "Automobile 
Blood Hound." This was a device 
that was inspired by recent prohibi- 
tion. It trailed a bootlegger automati- 
cally by detecting the scent of the 
whisky from his car. 

The book was closed, the professor 
turned off the machine, and we pro- 
ceeded with our graduation. 



HANES JUNE PROPHECY 

(Continued from page 59) 

I then went in search of more news 
and found this in the Winston-Salem 
Journal—Nina Smith's column to the 
Lovelorn, "Sentimental Smitty" and 
Frances Cartner's "Comments on the 
News". I sat with Helen Scott during 
the second half and learned that she 
is a nurse at Baptist Hospital and so 
are Helen Stultz, Becky Wilson, and 
Ruth Miller, and also that Marion 
Cooke, Robert Martin and Vernon 
Robbins are photographers for "Life" 
magazine. We were watching the 
game when all at once someone's 
arms were around me and looking up 
I saw it was that great actress, 
Hazelle Futrelle. She explained that 
she was about ready to start work on 
Paramount's new film "The Man 
Who Married A Dumb Wife" with 
Ray Johnson. Ivis Hicks wrote the 
script. Phyllis Hinshaw, Lois Price, 
and Mary Lee Tillotson are Holly- 
wood stenographers. 

By that time the game was over, 
but there was still the big homecom- 
ing dance at the Smoke House where 
I expected to see many more of those 
I used to know. 



HANES HIGH MID-TERM 
PROPHECY 

(Continued from page 57) 

a trip abroad and is convinced that 

men are the same the world over. 

They all have hard hearts. You pro- 

( Continued to page 161) 



Walker's — Florist 

"Flowers 
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115 N. Poplar Street 
Phone 7422 






FEMININE 
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223 West Fourth Street 
Next to North Cherry St. 







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Dealer in 

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Millinery, Notions, Curtains. 

Draperies, Underwear, 

Corsets 

Our Shoe Department for 

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REYNOLDS 1940 
JUNE HISTORY 

(Continued from page 106) 

Voncannon, and Irene Dowell. Marie 
Kimball was selected as the prettiest 
girl in R. J. R. by Bradshaw Cran- 
dell, noted artist. 

We progressed rapidly under the 
capable leadership of our sponsor, 
Miss Whitley, and our class offi- 
cers, who were as follows: Bill 
Woodall, president; Bill Lambeth, 
vice-president; Phyllis Gordon, sec- 
retary; and Bonnie Angelo, treas- 
urer. Thad Tate, Margaret Johnson, 
and Mary Lucy Baynes, who was on 
the council for her fourth year, were 
our representatives to the council. 

Now the time has come when we 
must take our leave from this school, 
and, with a mixture of both happiness 
and sorrow in our hearts, we are pre- 
pared to depart. Never, in the re- 
maining years of our lives, will we 
forget the pleasant memories of our 
carefree days at the Reynolds High, 
and we depart saying, "God Bless 
Our School." 



HANES HIGH MID-TERM 
PROPHECY 

(Continued from page 160) 

bably know that she was jilted by 
the Russian count, Alexis Flip Flop. 

Alas and alack! Of all the fates to 
which a man may be doomed, poor 
Robert Pegram received one of the 
worst. While taking an excursion in 
Kentucky, he became lost from the 
train and unknowingly, wandered 
into the heart of Dogpatch on Sadie 
Hawkins Day. He was nabbed by 
Lizzie Lunchford, widow of Nebuch- 
adnezzar Lunchford who died back 
in 1870, and is living there with his 
pipe-smoking bride and her eleven 
children. Our deepest and profound- 
est sympathy goes out to this big, 
happy family. So long — 

The black-robed scientist snatched 
the paper out of my hand and waved 
his long finger in my face. "The 
saddest words of tongue or pen," he 
said and hesitated, "are 'he might 
have been." 



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KINNEY'S 
FOOD STORE 

GREEN AT WEST STREET 

Quality 

Remembered Long After 

Price Is Forgotten 

Dial 8124 

Winston-Salem North Carolina " 

We Sell The Best For Less j 

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Senior is Assured 

When Wearing 

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M • The girl friend told me that — and I can sym- 

«fcfcv Pa^hize with her. Matter of fact, it's no fun for 
'■ J ^^ a * me to feel like a damp seal— with my top-shirt 
all clammy and wet from perspiration. That's 
why I wear a Hanes Undershirt! 

Gentlemen, you need a blotter when it's hotter. And 
that's what a Hanes Undershirt is! Even though it rests as 
light as a feather on your chest, it soaks up perspiration 
with its soft, absorbent knit. Evaporation is even and 
rapid. You actually feel cooler all over 
. . . and your top-shirt keeps a lot neater! 

See your Hanes Dealer today. He'll 
show you some Hanes Undershirts 
— and notice how long they are. 
There's plenty of length to tuck deep 
inside your shorts and save uncomfort- 
able wadding at the waist. Get Hanes 
Shorts, too — full-cut, color-fast broad- 
cloth. Or try Hanes Crotch-Guard 
Sports or Shorts. P. H. Hanes Knitting/ 
Co., Winston-Salem, North Carolina. 



SHIRTS 
AND BROADCLOTH 

SHORTS 
35C, 3 for $ 1 

Extra quality, 50c each. 
HANES Blue Label Shirts 
and broadcloth Shorts as 
low as 27c, 4 for $1. 




MEN AND BOYS 
EVERY SEASON 




1940 MID-TERM 
GRADUATION EXERCISES 

Marche-Militaire Schubert 

Hanes High School Band 
Invocation 

Rev. Wannamaker Hardin 

Annual Literary Address 

Prof. Chas. W. Phillips, 
Director Public Relations, Woman's 

College, Uniyerstity of N. C. 
Trumpet Solo — Beautiful Colorado. _ 

Joseph DeLuca 

Webster Lineback 

Announcements 

Supt. J. W. Moore 

Administering the Athenian Oath 

Mayor Pro Tern T. W. Blackwell 

Presentation of Diplomas 

T. W. Blackwell, Vice-Chairman 

Benediction 

Rev. Wannamaker Hardin 



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REYNOLDS ALMA MATER 

Her portals tall and wide, 

Call us from every side, 

Our youthful steps to guide for 
future days, 

Her pleasant paths, her trees, 

Whisper courage through the breeze 

Our greatest needs, she sees and leads 
always 

May we more useful be, always our 
duty see 

Strive on to vict'ry through the gold- 
en rule, 

May we always aspire 

To lift her banners higher 

Add to her fame and power 

God bless our school. 





No matter what field you may enter after graduation, a busi- 
ness course will always be helpful. In the above picture are 
graduates of the City High Schools operating different office 
machines that are used in modern offices. 

These students took their training in 

Draughom Business College 

This college is accredited by the N. A. A. C. S. and is a Winston-Salem institution. 



Nickel, 
Nickel 

Nickel, Nickel, Too do- 
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Pepsi-Cola hits the spot, 

Twelve full ounces, that's 
a lot, 

Twice as much for a 
nickel too, 

Pepsi-Cola is the drink 
for you! 




Above is a group of city high school students who are 
inspecting the modern equipment of the Winston-Salem 
Pepsi-Cola Bottling Co. 



LOVELY THOUGHT 

A tiny foreign bird of plumage fair 
That lights upon the air 
Then vanishes into the air 
But leaves its song behind. 

— Robert Moore 



PEPSI-COLA 

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and Preserves; Linens, Coverlets and Rugs, Woven entirely 

by Hand on Old-Fashioned Looms; Hand Carvings in Wood, 

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HANES HIGH 
1939-1940 

Folks at Hanes High have really 
been stepping out, going places, and 
doing things as far as their achieve- 
ments for the year 1939-40 are con- 
cerned. In the first place, for out- 
standing service to the school, the 
following students received Service 
monograms: Ivis Hicks. Hilda Austin, 
and J. E. Robbins. 

Ivis Hicks was chosen as the rep- 
resentative from Hanes High in the 
annual D. A. R. contest. 

Marshall Moore represented the 
school as speaker in the American- 
ism Contest. 

Debaters who upheld the fame of 
school again at Chapel Hill were 
Hilda Austin, Herbert Weber, Bill 
Nicholson, and Roy Braswell. 
^ Winners in the Baptist Hospital 
Essay Contest were J. E. Robbins, 
Doris Newsome, and Billie Sellars. 

Bill Nicholson won first place in 
the city and county Insurance Essay 
Contest. 

J. E. Robbins was Hanes High win- 
ner of the prize offered to members 
of the graduating class by the Colon- 
ial Dames Society. The subject of 
the essay was Colonial Salem. 

Myrtle Brinkley was voted the 
best all 'round athlete among the 
girls during the fall season. 

New members tapped for mem- 
bership in the National Honor Socie- 
ty included Waldo Oehman, Helen 
Chunn, Catherine Lineback, Bobby 
Hinshaw, Grady Reich, Rachel Berry, 
Arline Miller, Nell Hicks, Dot Cra- 
ter, Wade Moser, Mable Stewart, 
Mollyanna Thompson, and Eunice 
Hanks. 

New members of the Quill and 
Scroll, honorary Journalism society 
were Kathryn Darden, Marvin Par- 
rish, Jimmy Shelton, Bill Nicholson, 
and Horace Adams. Hilda Austin and 
Betty Penry entered the American 
Youth Forum Contest, and Doris 
Newsome and Marvin Parrish, the 
Quill and Scroll contest. 

Dwight Kirby and Bruce Campbell 
won the prizes for designing a school 
seal. 

Edward Aldridge won the kite-fly- 
ing contest, and Bobbie Holder was 
elected the prettiest senior. 

In football, Leo Hutcherson and 
Marshall Moore made the all-city 
team and Bill Weatherman won the 



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Shcrmer trophy for the best block- 


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Raymond Johnson was voted 


as 


consistently the best player of 


the 


season. The summary: 




Hanes 


Reynolds 


35 


6 


Chapel Hill 


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14 


Lenoir 


7 





Thomasville 


6 


7 


Harding High 


14 


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Wadesboro 


6 


13 


Gray High 





13 


Statesville 


20 


12 


Leaksville 


14 



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In soccer, the girls completed a 
schedule of six games. They won two 
games from Lewisville and lost two 
to Gray and Reynolds. 

The boys' basketball team won the 
city championship, and the midgets 
won the city-wide "Y" tournament. 
Wesley Bolin was voted the best in- 
dividual player from the teams en- 
tered, and Gray Tatum one of the 
best guards in the all-city check-up. 

Monograms in fall and winter 
sports went to Marshall Moore. 
Baine Gabriel, James Long, Lawrence 
York, Thurman Boyles, Ed Wooten, 
Leo Hutcherson, Ed Southern, 
Arnold Myers, Braxton McKenzie, 
Harold Smith, Alton Morgan, Ray- 
mond Johnson, Bill Weatherman, 
Clovis Brantley, H. W. Murray, 
Hugh Tomlinson, Burton Snyder, 
John Hall, Robert Clarke. 

Katherine Archer, Frances Payne, 
Betty Ruth Baker, Gertrude Fulp, 
Jean Clinard, Anne Whitlow, Myrtle 
Brinkley, Helen Chunn, Libby Gor- 
don, June Flynt, Doris Newsome, 
Ellen Sellars. Helen Brown, Bernice 
Tatum, Jane Middleton, Vera Mae 
Phillips, Dorothy Ford, Ida Bell 
Hamby. 

Betty Penry, Etha Brantley, 
Evelyn Knight, Sylvia Putnam, Flo- 
rence Baker, Marjorie Stevenson, 
Hazel Futrell. 

Carroll Poplin, Warren Chilton, 
Jack Phillips, Gene Disher, Thomas 
Garner, Gentry Linville, Hubert Rob- 
erts, Bill Sheets, Marshall Wade, 
Kyle Landingham, Wesley Bolin, 
Buster Stevenson, Gray Tatum, C. E. 
Styers. 



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REYNOLDS JUNE PROPHECY 

(Continued from page 107) 

the Academy Award for her perfor- 
mance in "The Second Eve Le Gal- 
liene". The best picture of the year 
was "Beautiful but Dumb" co-star- 
ring Frances Swing and Bill William- 
son, with a supporting cast of Helen 
Voncannon. Robert McCuiston, 
Mary Charles Watson, Helen Hanes, 
and Eben Rawls. Look at this pic- 
ture of Bill Campbell, the Hollywood 
producer, leaving to judge the beauty 
contest at Atlantic City with the aid 
of Joe Ray and Bill Watson. 

P: Here's an article about Nancy 
Alexander, the successor to Tizzie 
Lish. Her recipe for "Collar Souffle 
a la Mud" has taken the country by 
storm. Amos Speas and his Musical 
Racketeers with such famous musi- 
cians as B. L. "Drummer Boy" Wat- 
kins, Jimmy Hancock, Neal McGuire, 
Zack Bynum, Ann Minter, Mir- 
iam Fetter and many others are mak- 
ing a personal appearance tour 
throughout the United States. Bill 
Woodall, the nationally-known tenor, 
is doing a good job as vocalist with 
Jean Bain as accompanist. 

C: While you're on the subject 
of radio news, here's something that's 
very interesting. Remember Bahnson 
Gray and Bob Stockton? 

P: They were both president of 
the student body back at Reynolds, 
weren't they? 

C: Yes, now they're manufac- 
turers of a new drink, "Fountain of 
Youth". They sponsor a radio pro- 
gram with Bruce Levin as master of 
ceremonies. Bill Soyars is "Uncle 
Danny, the Kiddies' Favorite!" and 
who do you think are the comedians? 
Fred McNair, Porter Fulk, and Roy 
Thompson! 

P: Well, they always did think 
they were funny! 

C: I wonder what Santford Mar- 
tin's doing? 

P: Why, he's janitor at Wake 
Forest College. He just had to be 
near the football team. Isn't it fun to 
check on all our old friends? 

C: Yes, but now I must go see 
Sun Ling's sick daughter before it 
gets dark. 

P: How is she today? 

C: She's some better. How about 
coming with me? She wanted to see 
you. 

P: All right. Let's go! 



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HANES SCHOLASTIC LEADERS f 

First Six Weeks — 

J. E. Robbins, 96.6 

Ivis Hicks, 96.5 

Nell Hicks. 96.4 
Second Six Weeks — 

Carolyn White, 97 

Helen Chunn, 97 
First Semester— 

Ivis Hicks, 97.4 

Carolyn White, 96.4 

J. E. Robbins, 96.3 
Fourth Six Weeks — 

Ivis Hicks, 97.78 

Eugnice Hanks, 97.69 



'39-40 SONG LETTER 

"My Ideal," 

"What's New? How Is The World 
Treating You"? 

"Last Night" "I Thought About 
You" and "All the Things You Are" 
and I went "Way Back In 1939, A. 
D." to "Indian Summer" and My 
"Imagination" was really "Running 
Wild". 

"From Out of Space" came a 
"Moonlight Serenade" and "From 
Out of Nowhere" I could hear a 
"Lover's Lullaby". 

My thoughts went back to "Tux- 
edo Junction," the night we went to 
the "Woodchopper's Ball" and "You 
Taught Me To Love Again." 

"It's A Blue World Without You" 
so until another "Blue Evening" 
when I'm in "Silent Mood" I'll re- 
main "Faithful To You." 

"Faithful Forever" 

P. S. "My Prayer" will "Always" 
be "Bless You.' 



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heating is not only enjoying the manifold advantages 
of these automatic home services, but they are actually 
saving money. They are living better, more comfort- 
ably, without drudgery, labor and worry that attend 
the old methods— they are actually LIVING BETTER 
for LESS. 

A few people still have the impression that elec- 
tricity is expensive. It isn't. With millions of radios, 
electric refrigerators, electric ranges and other elec- 
trical appliances in service, the average American fam- 
ily pays for electric service approximately 9 cents per 
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Time— 1940 

Place — Around a Royal Crown Ice Box 

Characters : 

1. Bill Morgan — Mayor of Hanes 

2. Elisabeth Clay — President of Gray 

3. Bob Stockton — President of Reynolds 

Bill M : "Boy, this Royal Crown Cola peps a fellow up." 
Elisabeth C : "I'll say it does, and I'm always ready to get one. 
Bob S : "Yes, and you surely get your moneys' worth." 



REYNOLDS HIGH AWARDS 

Oration 

American Legion Contest 
City-County— Watt Martin 
Americanism— Henrie Harris 
Music 

Soprano Solo— One Rating State 
— Katherine Siceloff 
Cornet Solo— One Rating State; 
Two in National— Amos Speas 
Cornet Solo— Two Rating Nation- 
al— B. A. Nading 
Trombone Quartet— Two Rating 
—Jimmy Hancock, Joe Conrad, 
Buck Craft, Rex Coston. 
Girls Trio— Two Rating— Virginia 
Brandon, Katherine Siceloff, Caro- 
line Dowling. 

Violin— One Rating State— Ken- 
neth Smith. 

Girls Glee Club— One Rating State 
Mixed Chorus— One Rating 
Boys Glee Club— Three Rating 
State 

Boys Quartet— Three Rating State 
—Julian Pfaff, Howard Austin, Rex 
Coston, Porter Fulk. 
Band— Two Rating State 
Marimba— State One Rating; One 
National— B. L. Watkins 
Brass Quartet— Fourth Rating 
State 

Piano— One Rating State— Emily 
Hine 

Language 

Spanish— Third Place— Jacqueline 

Burgess 

French— State Honorable Mention 

—Mary Luck Baynes, Frieda 

Boger 

Alliance 

Baynes, 

Queensbury 

Essay 

Baptist Hospital 

Eleventh Grade — Robert 

Douglas Elam 

Tenth Grade— Bet Patterson, John 

Lewis Fishel 

Ninth Grade — Louise Casperian, 

Paxton Davis 

Eighth Grade — Jeanne Williamson 

Journalism 

Quill and Scroll Contests 
Feature — Honorable Mention 
Southeastern States — Roy Thomp- 
son 

Proof Reading — Phyllis Gordon 
S. I. P. A. Current Event Contest 
Second place — Mary Lucy Baynes, 
Phyllis Gordon 

Dramatics 

City Drama Tournament — F i r s t 
Place — Girl Reserves 



Francaise — Mary Lucy 
Frieda Boger, Anne 



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"The Bat" Contest— Milton Mor- 
gan, James Ashby 

Honorory 

Boy Scout Mayor— Ira Baity 
Commissioner of Public Works- 
Donald English 

Commissioner of Public Accounts 
— John R. Martin 
D. A. R. Representative — Mary 
Lucy Baynes 

State President Student Council— 
Bahnson Gray 

Athletics 

All Star Football 
Jack Keenan, Phil Brewer 
All City 

Phil Brewer, Dalton Clower, Jake 
Freed, Jack Keenan, Donald Page, 
Julian Trivette, Bill Whiteheart 
Dalton Clower broke State (50.9) 
and Civitan (50.7) record for 440 
yard dash. 

Semi-Final State Tennis — Robert 
Haltiwanger 

All conference Basketball— Vin- 
cent Cale 

Miscellaneous 
Library Staff 

First— Peggy Jane White 
Second— Billie Hill 
Third— Sara Hege 
Mathematics — School — DeWitt 
Nunn, Second State. 
Beauty Contest in Reynolds- 
Marie Kimball, Fay Smithdeal, 
Frances Swing 

Scholastic 

Highest Averages 
First Six Weeks 

Peggy Jane White, 97.33, Bet Pat- 
terson, 96.7, DeWitt Nunn, 96.3. 
Second Six Weeks 
DeWitt Nunn 97.5, Peggy Jane 
White 97, Betty Lou Patterson 97 
Fourth Six Weeks 
Milton Cash 96. 75. Jean Stockton 
97.5, Bet Patterson 97, DeWitt 
Nunn 97 
Fifth Six Weeks 

Mark Boesser 98. 35, Jean Stock- 
ton 97.7, Sara Ellen Joyce 96.7 



REYNOLDS GIRLS' 
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Gray 5-4, (R) 
Southern Pines 5-2, (S. P. 
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Gray 5-3, (R) 




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Jeweler to the Senior and Junior Classes of Richard J. Reynolds High School 

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The following two songs were 
written and set to music by Reynolds 
students and alumni. The first was 
written by Charles Clinard, set to 
music by B. C. Dunford, and re- 
corded by Shirley Smith's orchestra 
with Rex Coston vocalizing. 

The last song was written and set 
to music by Robert Moore. Is has 
been produced by. the Reynolds Glee 
Club. 




ITS GRAY SKIES TONIGHT 

s gray s les onig ^ ^ smi i e on t he faces of Cornell Brunt and Mary Coons as they 

Because there s no moon in the sky, 

, . . , . shop at Charles Store. 
It s gray skies tonight, __ 

Because there are no stars up on , , 

Be glamorous and save the difference by shopping at 
high. 

My lover is gone 

I do not know where. 

It's gray skies tonight, 

Because my love is not in sight. 

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GOOD NIGHT 

Good night, my love, 
The rapture of 
This hour with you 
Will leave my heart never. 
May angels bless 
Your loveliness 
And keep it new 
Forever. 

Good night, my love, 
May stars above 
In silent watch 
Bear swift to you sleeping 
On soft moon beams 
Enchanted dreams — 
Good night, my love, 
I'll cherish this 
Your parting kiss 
Here in the moonlight! 

Good night, my love, 

The splendor of 

The sky above 

Will guard you through 

The midnight blue. 

Again to you. Good night. 

— Robert Moore 




Four Outstanding Features — Quality, Style Appearance, Price 

These four high school students know the Youth Center has 
clothes of high quality at moderate prices. Young men's cloth- 
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** GRAYS RED LETTER YEAR 

Sept. 15— The Blue Bantums invade 
High Point for the first thriller of 
the season— Black Bisons are vic- 
torious. 

Oct. 5— The rides, cotton candy, and 

pink lemonade prove to be too much. 

Oct. 18-20— The parents of South's 

students meet the teachers and 

view the class rooms at the first P. 

T. A. meeiing. Seniors dedicate 

Black and Gold to Miss Hall. 

Oct. 26— Elisabeth Clay was chosen 

president of the City Girl Reserve 

Council. South defeats Wilkes 

Team at Bowman Gray Stadium 

for the flirst victory of the season. 

Oct. 27— South is renamed the James 

A. Gray High School. 
Nov. 3— A Senior Council is organ- 
ized, with Elisabeth Clay as presi- 
dent. National Honor inducts five 
new members. 
Nov. 6— Hanes defeats Gray 13-0. 
Home-coming dance is held for 
alumni in the /gym. Annual Staff is 
elected by popular vote. 
Nov. 10— The January seniors name 
class day officers. Gray defeats 
Chapel Hill, 7-0. 
Nov. 14— The fairy tales come true 
as the students see "Alice in Won- 
derland," and "Hiwatha" march 
across the stage symbolizing book 
week. Hope Brannon is named 
beauty queen in P. T. A. contest. 
Nov. 23— Elisabeth Clay is elected 
as Gray's entry in D. A. R. event. 
Gray High dramateers present 
"Charley's Aunt." 
Nov. 26— Soccer team is named city 
champions. Girl Reserves present 
a program at which the Thanks- 
giving baskets are collected. 
Dec. 3— The basketball team is tested 
against Reynolds High in Gray's 
gymnasium. 
Dec. 7 — The board presented its an- 
nual Christmas program. Mr. Wet- 
more's home room won the Christ- 
mas Bulletin Board contest. Dr. 
Samuel Grafflin spoke on the 
"Conquerors of Tomorrow." The 
Dramatic Group presented a pag- 
eant, "Developments of Christmas 
Through the Ages." 
Dec. 8 — Elisabeth Clay was elected 
president of the student body for 
the second semester; vice-president, 
Bill Pulliam; secretary, Mae Jarvis; 
assistant secretary, Jimmy Hauser. 
Dec. 15— The Junior Class honor 
January Seniors with a dance at 
the Country Club. "Columbine", a 






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one-act play, is presented by 
Group I of the dramatics class 
Friday. 

Feb. 6— Gray loses to the old rivals, 
Reynolds Demonnettes 38-31 and 
Children's Home 49-19. Gray con- 
tinues the student study hall coun- 
cil work. Gray boys lick Griffith, 
18-15. 

Feb. 8— Frances Braddock is chosen 
prettiest Twin-City senior. 

Feb. 18 — Hanes wins double victory 
from Gray High: girls, 31-20; boys, 
27-11. 

Feb. 21 — Cooleemee wins over Gray 
in contest here. The Home 
Moravian Dramatic Club will pre- 
sent "In Dixon's Kitchen", and the 
Gray High Dramateers, will offer 
"The Good Vintage." Gray High 
G. G. Girl Reserves honor new 
members. 

March 3 — More primpings, more hair 
combing, and more tie straighten- 
ing started. Each class and organi- 
zation who wanted their picture 
taken were placed before the cam- 
era. This excessive primping on 
the boy's part might be due to 
leap year. 

March 10— "Good Vintage", a play 
presented by the dramatic class, 
won unanimously over Durham, 
Greensboro, and Reidsville at 
Greensboro. 

March 18— Mr. K. G. Phillips is nom- 
inated as the Sentinel's Man of the 
Week. He will become next year's 
president of the North Carolina 
Education Association. 

March 21— Gray High's baseball team 
was victorious in the first game of 
the season against Mills Home, 18- 
8. Girl Reserves hold a special 
worship service this afternoon. 

March 29— Gray High won another 
honor as Helen Gray spelled her- 
self to a city championship by roll- 
ing out the "a b c's". The baseball 
team proved the results of untiring 
efforts today by coming ahead with 
a score of 17-6 in the second game 
with Mills Home. 
March 27— Another mysterious as- 
sembly is held. This proves to be 
another National Honor Society 
induction at which ten new mem- 
bers are inducted. 
March 30— "The old iron horse, like 
the old gray mare, ain't what she 
used to be." Both the affirmative 
and negative debating teams won 
in the triangular debate. 




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Bob Stockton turns salesman to tell Coach Smith and Mr. Story 
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Opponent 
Hanes 2 

Children's Home 13 
Children's Home 10 
Gray 3 
Gray 2 
Hanes 5 



WHO WASN'T THERE 

His ancesters were transparents. 
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His favorite book is "Gone With 

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13 His hobby is collecting smoke 

4 rings. 

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