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William Madison Randall Library 

This Book Donated By 



James Walker Memorial Hospital 

School of Nursing 

Alumni Association 

2004 




resentation 



THE EPITOME OF 1^53 

Presented to all nurses, anil those 
with interest in the profession. 

Edited By 
The Student Body, James Walk- 
er Memorial Hospital School of 
Nursing, Wilmington, N. C. 



published by 

Wilmington Printing 

Company 

wilmington, n. c. 





Editor-in-Chief — Juanita Johnson 

Asst. Editor-in-Chief — Sybil Pickett 
Co-organization Editors — Alyene Rol- 
lins, Peggy Pittman 
Photographic Editors — Jean Cavenaugh, 



Laura Kate Ward 
Art Editor — Betty Peterso 



Make-up Assistants — Billie Ann Baker, 

May Paul, Awilda Gould 
Class Poet — Joyce Burge 
Historian — Annette Nobles 
Testators — Mary Joyce Purvis, Julia 

Simmons 



ANNUAL 

Staff 




Associate Manager — Sarah Britt 
Advertising Staff — Nancy Griffith, 
Mgr.; Harriet Birdsall, Myrtle Car- 
roll, Faye Beatty, Nora Brown, Mil- 
dred Morton 



Business Manager — Marjorie Watson 

Circulation Managers — Helen Patellis, 
Betty White, Olive Sutton, Betty 
Rochelle 

Typing Editors — Helen Jacobs, Marlene 
Robinson, Betty Scott 



BUSINESS 
Staff 







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to DR. HOOPER 



With great respect and admiration, we, the students of 
James Walker Memorial Hospital School of Nursing, dedi- 
cate this 195 3 Epitome in memoriam to Dr. Joseph W. 
Hooper, whose understanding and guidance we will al- 
ways remember. His devoted services, unselfishness and 
true friendship leave an unending memory in the hearts 
of all who knew him. 




MR. HORACE E. HAMILTON 

Director of Hospital 



BOARD OF MANAGERS 



MR. WALTER P. SPRUNT 
President and Treasurer 

MR. ALAN A. MARSHALL 
Vice-President 

MR. JOHN M. BLASS 



MR. HERBERT BLUETHENTHAL 

MR. RAYMOND H. HOLLAND 

MR. DANIEL H. PENTON 

MR. LUTHER A. RANEY 

MR. JAMES C. ROE 

MR. C. HEIDE TRASK 



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MR. EMORY N. GRUBRS 

Assistant Director 



MR. FRED M. WALKER 

Assistant Director 



MR. DOUGLAS NEAL 

Hospital Administrative Intern 



NURSING 
DIRECTORS 



MISS LUCY MASTEN 

Director of Nurses 



MISS BEADIE BRITT 

Assistant Director of Nurses 



MISS ORPHA BURGESS 
Director of Education 




EDUCATIONAL DEPARTMENT 

Faculty 



In tribute to the instructors of 
our nursing school and to the 
faculty of Wilmington College 
with whom we affiliate. 



MRS. LILLIAN PASO 
MRS. CARLEE JENKINS 




MISS DOROTHY DIXON 
MRS. THELMA BEIA 
MISS^VIRGINIA SEGO 







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DR. WILLIAM M. RANDALL MISS MILDRED JOHNSON MR. JOHN CHARLTON 
Dean of College 



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MR. PAUL WRIGHT 




CHARLES P. GRAHAM, M. D 

Chief of Staff 



DOCTORS 



DEDICATION 



To the doctors, who with gre 
patience and understanding, guide 
our footsteps; "'" »vhicoeA mr ■,,*,** 
limited thanks, 

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our footsteps; we express our un- 

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ELBERT ANDERSON, M. D. IVAN BROUSE, M. D. 

Opthahnology Radiology 



PAUL BLACK, M. D. SIGMOND BEAR, M. D. 

E. E. N. T. Obstetrics 




J. R. BRANDON, M. D. GRAHAM BAREFOOT, M. D. WILLIAM CANNON, M. D. AULEY M. CROUCH, M. D. 

Orthopedics Radiology Pathology Pediatrics 



DOCTORS 




SALTER CROUCH, M. D. HERBERT A. CODINGTON, M.D. JAMES DICKIE, M. D. 

Pediatrics Surgery Surgery 




RAY GROVES, M.D. 
Op balmology 



K. 15. HARE, M. D. 
Urology 



GEORGE JOHNSON, M. D. 
Obstetrics 




H. W. JOHNSON, M. D. 
Surgery 



J. C. KNOX, M. D. 
Pediatrics 



DONALD B. KOONCE, M. D. 
Surgery 



DOCTORS 




GEORGE M. KOSERUBA, M.D. JAMES B. LOUNSBURY, M.D. 
Pediatrics Obstetrics 



JAMES MASON, M. 1). 
Surgery 









WILLIAM C. MEBANE, M. D. DUNCAN McEACHERN, M. D. JAMES McMILLAN, M. D. 
Obstetrics Surgery Psychiatry 




DAVID R. MURCHISON, M. D. S. E. PACE, M. D. H. M. PICKARD, M. D. 

Medicine Medicine Medicine 




ROBERT PIGFORD, M. D. 
Medicine 



C. J. POWELL, M. D. 
Surgery 



FRANK REYNOLDS, M. D. 
Ped':atrifs 



DOCTORS 




ROBERT B. RODMAN, M. D. 
Medicine 



CHARLES SALE, M. D. 
E. N. T. 



ROBERT SINCLAIR, M. D. 
Medicine 




AUL STUCK, M. D. 

Medicine 



JAMES TIDLER, M. D. 
Medicine 



G. R. C. THOMPSON, M. D. 
Surgery 




t. P. WALKER, M. D. 
Obstetrics 



jAMUEL E. WARSHAUER, M.D. R. B. WILLIAMS, M. D. 
Medicine Surgery 



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WiLL;AM WILSON, M. D. 
Orthopedics 



HOUSE OFFICERS 




DR. GEORGE SALLE' 
Surgical Resident 



DR. ZAMBOS 

Intern 



DR. RICHARD MARGOLIS 
Ass't Medical and Pediatric Resident 



DR. WALDORF 

Intern 




DR. TURNER 
Intern 



DR. TROUTMAN 
Intern 




DR. ALONZO 

Intern 




DR. GARCIA 

Intern 





DR. PORTERA 

hi tern 



Not pictured: 

DR. CARBONELL 

Intern 



SUPERVISORS 




MRS. LOYCE CRAIG 



MRS. ELIZABETH HARRIS MRS. LOUISE HAYDUKE 



HEAD NURSES 




MISS MABEL HUGHES 
Upper Hall 

MRS. JUANITA STOKI.EY 
Obstetrics 



MRS. MAR.JORIE JACKSON 
South Wing 1 

MRS. PEARL KING 
Pre-matiire nursery 



Not pictured 

MRS. LUCILLE PATRICK 
Pediatrics 

MRS. EDITH MAUI.TSBY 

Colored Ward 



GENERAL DUTY NURSES 




Mrs. Jeanette Gill Mrs. Muriel Barton Mrs. Marion Vestal Mrs. Joyce Holden Mrs. Maurine Dempsey 

Mrs. Hilda Fredricks Miss Gloria Guthrie Mrs. Louise Craig Miss Frances Sietter Miss Sarah Simmons 

Miss Ann Wayne Miss Lillie Mae Stanley Miss Claire Culver Mrs. Benjie Sparkman Miss Ida McEwen 

Miss Lottie DeBose Miss Jeanne Andrews Miss Glorius Jacobs Mrs. Emily Russ Miss Betty Lanier 

Mrs. Annie Hahn Miss Blanche Burriss Mrs. Dorothy Batten Miss Dorethea Huggins Mrs. Sarah Hendricks 

Miss Ruby Henry Mrs. Estelle Tolar Miss Helen Daniels Mrs. LaRue McKinnon 



DIETARY DEPARTMENT 

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MRS. UNDERWOOD 

Chief Dietitian 



MRS. SNEEDEN 
Special Diet Kitchen 




"What's Cooking?" 



"Salt-free, I bet!' 



OPERATING ROOM 




MISS FREDDIE BAREFOOT 
Supervisor 



MRS. MARY INGRAM MISS BLANCHE BURRISS 

MRS. LUCILLE PLEISS MRS. DOROTHY BATTEN 



PHOTOS 




"Scrubbing Up" 



MISS SHIRLEY ANDERSON 
Heat! Anesthetist 



What's next on the agenda? 




"Cysto" 



OBSTETRICS 




MRS. LOUISE HAYDUKF 
Supervisor 



MRS. JUANITA STOKLEY 
Head Nurse 



Mama brings it in, Papa takes it out 1 . ]nst two hundred Cm's today': 



Let's trim him up sister. 




A lot of work for just a little thin};. 



Soap and water. 



Satisfied and Happy. 



NURSERY 




Rock-a-byc baby 



MRS. FRANCES PAGE 
Charge Nurse 



Feeding til, 



PREMATURE NURSERY 




// weighs a ton 



Oh gosh, burp and feed! 





MRS. PEARL KING 




PEDIATRICS 



MRS. LUCILLE PATRICK 
Head Nurse 



MISS RUBY HLNRY 



MISS JEANNE ANDREWS 




"Pappa" Margolis 
It's just routine 



Keeping the young ones happy 
'Escaped"? Which way did he go? 



An old hand on the job 
Make it a good one! 



COLORED WARD 



MRS. EDITH MAULTSBY 
Head Nurse 





MRS. EMILY RUSS 



MRS. RUBY CARTER MRS. DOROTHY ALFORD 



NURSE OGLATIA MYERS NURSE ELIZABETH JOHNSON 




Sitb-cu fluids 



Plenty of humidity 




X-RAY 



EMERGENCY 



LABORATORY 



BUSINESS OFFICE 



DRUG ROOM 



PHYSIOTHERAPY 
DEPARTMENT 



HOUSEKEEPING 
DEPARTMENT 



CENTRAL SUPPLY 







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CAPPING 



The Nightingale Pledge 



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solemnly Pledge myself before God 
and in the presence of this assembly: To 
pass my life in purity and to practice my 
profession faithfully. I will abstain from 
whatever is deleterious and mischievous 
and will not take or knowingly admini- 
ster any harmful drug. I will do all in 
my power to maintain and elevate the 



standard of my profession, and will hold 
in confidence all personal matters com- 
mitted to my keeping, and all family af- 
fairs coming to my knowledge in the 
practice of my profession. With loyalty 
will I endeavor to aid the physician in his 
work, and devote myself to the welfare 
of those committed to mv care. 




CLASS OFFICERS 

President NANCY GRIFFITH 

Vice-President MARJORIE WATSON 

Secretary-Treasurer . . . MARLENE ROBINSON 



ADVISOR 

MISS DOROTHY DIXON 

One whose willing guidance helped 
make this a success. 



MASCOTS 




KATHRYN BEAR 



MARSHALL WILSON 




BILLIE ANN BAKER 
olton, N. C. 

'To strive, to seek, to find and not to 
yield." 



RUTH VIOLA BURNETT 
Wilmington, N. C. 

'Let what conns, come — it's cowing 
anyway." 



WANDA FAYE BEATTY 
Roseboro, N. C. 

"They made her, and threw auay the 
pattern:' 



VIRGINIA MYRTLE CARROLL 
Bolton, N. C. 

"Not what I am, but what I hope 

to he." 



JOYCE ALLENE BURGE 
Clinton, N. C. 

"DateS are my favorite fruit." 



ORIS JEAN CAVENAUGH 
Jacksonville, N. C. 

"You go first, and I'll follow." 






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JULIA ALTHEA HOWARD 
Hampstead, N. C. 

"Stars and stripes forever." 



DOROTHY JOYCE FUTRELL 
Wallace, N. C. 

"The eyes have it." 



HELEN VICTORIA JACOBS 
Leland, N. C. 

"Of all her parts, her eyes express the 
sweetest kind of bashfnlness." 



NANCY JIMMER GRIFFITH 
Wilmington, N. C. 

"I've got the time, I've got the place, 
but it's hard to find the man." 



BETTY MONROE JOHNSON 
Florence, S. C. 

"Men are like streetcars — there'll be 
another along in a few minutes." 



JOYCE DELL HEWETT 
Shallotte, N. C. 

"The world looks better from behind." 





JUANITA CANADY JOHNSON 
Raleigh, N. C. 

"My idea of an agreeable person is a 
person who agrees with me." 



MARY EVELYN MOORE 
Currie, N. C. 

'Only the event will teach thee in its 

hour." 



MATTIE FRANCES KENNEDY 
Beulaville, N. C. 

"Though she he but little, she is fierce.' 



carolee Mcdowell 

Wallace, N. C. 
'What I can't see I won't believe in." 



ANNIE JOYCE MOORE 
Burlington, N. C. 

"Leave silence to the Saints, 1 am but 
human." 



ANNETTE MARIE McLENDON 
Alamance, N. C. 

"When joy ami duty clash, let duty 
go to smash." 




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PEGGY PRICE PITTMAN 
Goldsboro, N. C. 

'Has as many fine points as a pack of 

pins." 



RUBY ANNETTE NOBLES 
Chadbourn, N. C. 

"Bull"— "Well I never!" 



MARY JOYCE PURVIS 
Leland, N. C. 

"She who tickles herself, laughs when 
she likes." 




HELEN IRENE PATELLIS 

Wilmington, N. C. 

"What's mine is yours, and what's 
yours is mine." 



WINIFRED ALDA REGISTER 
Shallotte, N. C. 

"Anything for a quiet life." 



ELIZABETH JANE PETERSON 
Wilmington, N. C. 

"When hearts are true, few words will 
do." 



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MARLENE ROBINSON 
Burgaw, N. C. 

"She is what we all admire — A Lady." 



BETTY JEAN STONE 
Wilmington, N. C. 

'The oldest tricks, the newest kind 
of ways." 



BERTHA ALYENE ROLLINS 
Goldsboro, N. C. 

''All the things you are." 



CLAIRE HELEN TAYLOR 
Wilmington, N. C. 

"Ricky," "Where's Bull?" 



JULIA ANN SIMMONS 
Dover, Delaware 

"Always Happy, Never Sad, Sometimes 
Naughty, Never Bad." 



HELEN MARIE UNDERWOOD 
Roseboro, N. C. 

"I'm simply mortified." 



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LAURA KATE WARD 
Hampstead, N. C. 

'Roll on old world and I'll roll 
with yon." 



MARJORIE ROSE WATSON 
Lowland, N. C. 

'Beware, I may yet be famous. 



NELLIE LEWIS WEST 
Turkey, N. C. 

"I wouldn't run around the corner to 
see the world blow up." 



Class Poem 



A NURSE'S FOOTPRINTS 

A nurse's footprints go along 

So brisk in early morn. 

And leave behind a trail of foot prints 

Trim — yet softly worn. 

Footsteps quietly stealing into the sands of time 

Striving for the great unknown 

More mysteries seek to find. 

Hidden secrets harbored within; 

The drama of Life, ceaseless to end. 

The miracle of Birth, the shadow of Death 

With Wisdom and Strength courageously met. 

The grief of Sorrow and laughter's Mirth. 

Undying Love; God's peace on earth. 

And so to God, our thanks we give 

For each little footprint; A story lived. 

With wakeful dreaming they face their task; 

A high road of Faith is all they ask. 

JOYCE BURGE 
Class Poet 



CLASS COLORS 
Royal Blue and White 



CLASS FLOWER 
Red Rose 



MOTTO 

With wakeful dreaming we face our task, a 

high road of faith is all we ask. 



CLASS HISTORY 



"Lilts of great men all remind us 
we can make our liies sublime, 

And, departing, leaie behind us 
Footprints on the sands of time 



Footprints that perhaps another. 
Sailing o'er life's solemn main, 

A forlorn and shipwrecked brother. 
Seeing, shall take heart again." 




My, how time does fly! It seems but yesterday that we were standing on the steps of the 
Nurses' Home looking out toward our future. 

Those first few weeks were filled with days of expectancy; days when our ambitions began 
to take form and our dreams began to come true. Will we ever forget the day when we got a 
change of wearing apparel — blue striped dresses with aprons and bibs, but no caps. Then there 
was our first day on the wards when all of the patients looked at us and said, "I believe you are 
new on the floor, aren't you?" 

Soon our nine months of preliminary period was over. Nine months of going to and from 
the college to take Sociology, the first class to go co-ed, and nine months of studying and won- 
dering later if we had a brain of any sort! Capping exercises marked our progress to the point 
where we were then considered a part of the hospital. 

Our Junior year began with a narrow black band for our caps, more books and more re- 
sponsibility. In that same year, the students of J. W. M. H. again attempted to make a go of 
Student Government which meant a closer relationship between the faculty and the students — 
more eleven o'clock passes per week and more restricitons. This was a word of which most of 
us became more than vaguely aware. Someone was always lonesome or felt in a singing mood after 
10:30 p.m., when all was supposed to be quiet. And occasionally, we just could not make it back 
to the Nurses' Home by 11:00! This year was also filled with nights of selling any and every- 
thing, especially hot dogs and lemonade to raise money for the Junior-Senior Banquet. Basketball 
was another big feature which attracted the interest of the hospital staff and many of the indus- 
trial employees of this city. It was our pride and glory to win second place in the league since 
this was the first team in the history of James Walker. 

Then came our Senior year marked by a wide black band and the beginning again of classes. 
An important move this year was the Annual. Any means of raising money was gladly accepted 
— including the selling of Christmas cards. The third floor annex was popular especially after 
10:30 p.m., when we had our "bull sessions". We grew so close in the last few months that it 
seemed like one big family, the thing that we had been striving for since entrance to the big new 
Home. 

Now that it is almost over, it hardly seems real — How could the time have passed so fast 
We will always be in debt to our supervisors and instructors who had so much patience with us 
in the learning process. And to our Doctors, our devotion could never be expressed in words, so 
we will just say — "You're tops with us." 

May we, as we leave, carry with us the high ideals and standards that we have learned in 
these three years here at our Alma Mater. 

ANNETTE NOBLES, 

Historian. 



LAST WILL 

and TESTAMENT 








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We, the Senior Class of one-thousand nine-hundred and fifty-three of James Walker Me- 
morial Hospital School of Nursing, Wilmington, North Carolina, being of sound mind and good 
intent, do, hereby make this Last Will and Testament. 

Knowing and appreciating the unparalleled love and affection the underclassmen have for us, 
we feel that these valuable intellectual assets and sterling qualities of which we possess an inex- 
haustable abundance, should be perpetuated and improved on by them. 

Having taken and done thusly, we find that we still have among our remaining stores of ma- 
terial possessions, as well as small trifles, which we each and singly do, hereby, bequeath to the be- 
low-named persons in hope that the recipient may use the grant or gift to elevate herself to that 
position which we Seniors have attained through our studious nature and who by reason of our 
modesty, refuse anything of greater or higher glory or honor. 

ARTICLE I. 

Section I. I, Laura Kate Ward, leave all my catty remarks to anyone who can purr. 

Section II. I, Doris Jean Cavenaugh, leave to May Paul, a hot water bottle to keep her warm on cold nights. 

Section III. I, Joyce Moore leave my Burlington drawl to Delphine Reaves. 

Section IV. I, Betty Stone, leave my ability to sleep unseen in class to Mildred Morton. 

Section V. I, Wanda Faye Beatty, leave my always calm and cool manner to Connie Williams. 

Section VI. I, Claire Taylor, leave my blood curdling screams at midnight to anyone who has the nerve to get 

the whole hospital in an uproar. 

Section VII. I, Ruby Annette Nobles, leave to Sybil Pickett my beautiful sun tan without freckles. 

Section VIII. I, Julia Howard, leave my slim girlish figure to Virginia Venters. 

Section IX. I, Marjorie Watson, leave my intellectuality to Nora Brown. 

Section X. I, Dorothy Futrell, leave my curly hair to Pat Carney. 

Section XL We, Winifred Register and Joyce Hewett, leave our love for dancing to someone with lots of energy 

to spare. 

Section XII. I, Nancy Griffith, leave my knock-knees to Janet Price. 

Section XIII. I, Myrtle Carroll, leave my quiet ways to Hazel Bonham. 

Section XIV. I, Mattie Kennedy, leave my opera singing in the bath to Olive Sutton. 

Section XV. I, Mary Moore, will my famous impersonations to Merle Batton. 

Section XVI. 1, Peggy Pittman, leave my set ways to Betty White. 



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Joyce Burge, leave my heartaches and breaks to Betty Rochelle. 

Helen Patellis, leave a brush and a pail of water to anyone who likes to scrub walls. 

Marlene Robinson, leave my title as "Miss James Walker" to Jo Ann Mercer. 

Juanita Johnson, leave my old used flash bulbs to someone who wants to start a hobby. 

Nellie West, leave to Sarah Britt my graceful walk. 

Billie Baker, leave my love for men to Harriet Birdsall. 

Alene Rollins, leave mv piano entertainment in the living room to someone with patience and vitality. 

Carolee McDowell, leave my innocent look in class to Margie King and Barbara McEwen, 

Betty Peterson, leave my ability to catch a man first to Ellen Dail. 

Annette McLendon, leave my popularity with the opposite sex to Evelyn Justice. 

Mary Joyce Purvis, leave my chicken house laugh to anyone who can master it. 

r e, Helen Underwood and Ruth Burnett, leave our ability to stretch the truth to suit ourselves to 
Awilda Gould and Jane Alexander. 

Julie Simmons, leave a challenge for anybody long-winded enough to try to out talk me. 

Betty Johnson, leave my flirtatious ways to Elizabeth Council. 

Helen Jacobs, leave my footsteps for my sister "Tommy" to follow. 



SAIREY GAMP 

TYPHOID MARY, Witnesses 



JULIE SIMMONS 

MARY J. PURVIS, Testators 



It Wouldn't Be The Class of '53 Without . . 



Mary Moore's Lore for Pediatrics 

Helen Patellis' —Drumming talents 

Winnie Register's-- Steady Beans 

Ruth Burnett's.- Prowling around 

Faye Beatty's-- . Slow-Motion talk 

Jean Cavenaugh's Love for surgery 

Nancy Griffith's "Dates" 

Helen Jacobs' "Sisters" 

Annette McLendon's 

"Burning the midnight oil" 

Peggy Pittsman's Trim figure 

Nellie West's "Bounce" 

Laura Kate Ward's No-care attitude 

Claire Taylor's "Bull" 

Helen Underwood's Tall talcs 

Marjorie Watson's "20 Questions" 

Betty Stone's "Blue eyes" 



Juanita Johnson's Sun tan 

Billie Baker's Pigeon toes 

Dorothy Futrell's Good Housekeeping 

Joyce Hewett's Asthma 

Julia Howard's Freckles 

Joyce Burge's Sheepish manner 

Myrtle Carroll's Mirror 

Betty Johnson's "60-minute man" 

Mattie Kennedy's Height and heels 

Carolee McDowell Hillbilly music 

Annette Nobles' " 'ell I niver" 

Betty Peterson's Paul 

Mary Joyce Purvis' Giggles 

Marlene Robinson's "Miss James Walker" 

Alyene Rollins' "P n g nose" 

Julia Simmons' Bowlegs 

Joyce Moore's "Poodle cut" 





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MISS MARLENE ROBINSON 

"Miss James Walker" is chosen each year at the 
student's Valentine party by popular vote. She rep- 
resents us as an ideal student, nurse and friend, as well 
as a loyal, intelligent, and beautiful young woman. 




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Most Attractive 
PEGGY PITTMAN 







Most Original 
ALYENE ROLLINS 



Most Nonchalant 
LAURA KATE WARD 




Most Likely To Succeed 
JUANITA JOHNSON 




Biggest Flirt 
JULIE SIMMONS 





Best All Around 
NANCY GRIFFITH 





Friendliest 
BETTY STONE 



Most Intellectual 
MARJORIE WATSON 





Best Dressed 
MYRTLE CARROLL 



Cutest 
HELEN JACOBS 



CLASS OF 1954 




President ELIZABETH COUNCIL 

Vice-President HAZEL BONHAM 

Secretary-Treasurer NORA BROWN 

Advisor MRS. ANNA FOSTER 

(not pictured) 



CLASS MOTTO 

'They conquer who believe they can. 



CLASS COLORS 
Pink and White 



JUNIOR CLASS 1954 




Emily Jayne Alexander, Greenville, N. C. ; Iris Muriel Batten, Whiteville, N. C. ; Harriet Ruth Birdsall, 
Wilmington, N. C; Hazel Lee Bonham, Wilmington, N. C; Sarah Ann Britt, Clinton, N. C; Nora 
Lee Brown, Bolton, N. C; Elizabeth E. Council, Wilmington, N. C; Ellen Ann Dail, Wallace, N. C; 
Awilda Mae Gould, Wilmington, N. C; Edna Burnette Jacobs, Leland, N. C.J Evelyn Fae Justice, Clin- 
ton, N. C; Marjorie Rose King, Wilmington, N. C; JoAnn Mercer, Wilmington, N. C.j Mildred 
Leigh Morton, Jacksonville, N. C; Eula May Paul, Wilmington, N. C. ; Sybil Gray Pickett, Beulaville, 
N. C; Janet Gold Price, Mount Olive, N. C; Delphine Carlyle Reaves, Hampstead, N. C; Elizabeth 
Frances Rochelle, Wilmington, N. C; Olive Fayne Sutton, Mount Olive, N. C; Mary Virginia Venters, 
Wilmington, N. C. ; Betty Jane White, Wallace, N. C. ; Julia Constance Williams, Wilmington, X. C. 



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Ka.i; R. Barefoot, Hallsboro, N. C; Carolyn Bordeaux, Delco, N. C; Mary G. Chadwick, 
5'iallotte, N. C; Sarah B. brown, Magnolia, N. C; Norma E. Covil, Wilmington, N. C. 
Drew Fulcher, Leland, N. C, Rebecca Griffin, Rocky Mount, N. C; Mary Harris, Whiteville 
N. C.; Betty L. Howard, Hampstead, N. C.; Hildred Howard, Deep Run, N. C.; Mildred E 
Jordan, Wilmington, N. C; Nellie Kelly, Magnolia, N. C; Mary C. Knowles, Rose Hill, N. C. 
Carolyn F. Moore, Wilmington, N. C; Kathryn A. Moye, Winterville, N. C; Alice R. Murphy 
Brunswick, Ga.; Helen J, Murray, Burgaw, N. C.j Janice M. Pate, La Grange, N. C; Linda A 
Peterson, Bladenboro, N C. ; Cynthia M. Robbins, Wilmington, N. C; Marie Robinson, Supply 
N. C; Verona G. Rouse, Seven Springs, N. C. ; Rebecca L. Salter, Atlantic, N. C. ; Betty F 
Scott, Wilmington, N. C. ; Sara C. Smith, Whiteville, N. C; Edna E. Tyson, Farmville, N. C. 
Patricia Vickers, Durham, N. C; Virginia D. Wells, Burgaw, N. C; Margaret T. Willis, Wil 
mington, N. C; Patsy Wilson, Wilmington, N. C. 



HOME SWEET HOME 




Mrs. Essie Griffin 



S j*f Recognize these feet? 




After five and before ten! 



Just one minute past twelve. 



A movie} 



STUDENT-FACULTY GOVERNMENT 




President 
ALYENE ROLLINS 



Vice-President 
SYBIL PICKETT 



Secretary 
HAZEL BONHAM 



Treasurer 
BETTY WHITE (not pictured) 



Parliamentarian 
BARBARA McEWEN 




STUDENT COUNCIL 

Judiciary Committee Chairman — Marjorie Watson; North Carolina 
Project Chairman — Marjorie Watson; Admission Committee — Peggy 
Pittman; Health Committei — Merle Batten; Curriculum Committee — 
Sarah Britt; Big Sister Chairman — May Paul; Social Chairman — Sybil 
Pickett; Monitor Chairman — Elizabeth Council; Library Chairman — 
Connie Williams; Recreational Committee — Helen Patellis; Senior Refr- 
resentative — Betty Peterson; Junior Representative- — Awilda Gould; 
Freshman Representatives — Norma Covil, Helen Murray; Vacuity Ad- 
visors — Miss Beadie Britt, Miss Orpha Burgess, Mrs. Lillian Paso. 




First row, left to right; Ellen Dail, Betty White. Second row: Sybil Pickett, Mary Joyce Purvis, Sarah 
Brown. Third row: May Paul, Carolyn Bordeaux, Helen Patellis, Mary Harris. Fourth row: Betty How- 
ard, Evelyn Justice, Olive Sutton, Gwen Chadwick, Mary Moore. Fifth row: Linda Peterson, Marjorie 
Watson. 




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GLEE CLUB 




MR. SAM TAYLOR 
Director 



The "Three Drips" 




GLEE CLUB MEMBERS 

Merle Batten Becky Griffin 

Sarah Britt Betty Howard 

Hazel Bonliam Elaine Jordan 

Nora Brown Mildred Morton 

Myrtle Carroll Faye Moore 

Jean Cavenaugli Helen Patellis 

Drew Fulcher Peggy Pittman 



May Paul 
Linda Peterson 
Betty Peterson 
Mary Joyce Purvis 
Alyene Rollins 
Verona Rouse 
Cynthia Robbins 



Rebecca Salter 
Betty Scott 
Julia Simmons 
Olive Sutton 
Patricia Vickers 
Laura Kate Ward 
Marjorie Watson 



Patsy Wilson 
Norma Covil 
Margaret Willis 
Gwen Chadwick 
Helen Jacobs 




YOUNG WOMEN'S AUXILIARY 




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OFFICERS 








President SYBIL 


PICKETT 


Vice-President SARAH BRITT 


Secretary-Treasurer .... 


MAY 


PAUL 


MEMBERS 








Mildred Morton Jean Cavenaugh 






Alyene Rollins 


Ellen Dail Helen Jacobs 






Laura Kate Ward 


Peggy Pittman Merle Batten 






Harriet Birdsall 


Marlene Robinson Helen Patellis 






Olive Sutton 



Nursing The News 




Junior News 
By Betty M, Johnson 
Hello Folks; 
You have seen in my colnm 

that the basketball lean, 
practicing 

this si 
about' 

what 
Th^JJ^pF pMure was made "at 

by three p^ 
hurt too y 
games / 
to win- 

Spe/ 

wher 
High:' 
folks 
The G 
big gal 
each of? 
it as it is 
of game. 

What kind 1^| - P^ w 'tY 
Nurses play The Docotrs. T. 
game is one that was started 
year and will probably be pl- 
each year from now on, as loi- 
we have a team. It's teamii 
made up of the Doctors at thefe 
pital and the Nurses* team, \ / . 
sure § you will enjoy every mi! 
of the game. Next week 1 will g, ■ 
you a full account of the activity 
planned-— the names and what part 
each Doctor will take. 

The Glee -Club had its regular 
meeting thjs week and I don't 
think the girls have ever been in 

.t»A***»«« **»*<».«. T?K^k«r. (<Aom« 4j\.„.„.ctOki^ i 



something special 
truly appreei 
Taylor has 



The nurses" 





much to 
life here more en- 
joyable. 

The Juniors seem to be very 
happy lately. It may be because 
they only have a short while and 
they will be out of class and start- 
ing on vacation. 1 don't know, but 
^feel they are looking forward to 
I -»ation very much, 

\e ' Seniors are all up in the 
ts. They have been making 
orts Of plans for the coming 
hs. They have ordered uni- 
] s and! invitations, and~ sit 
• ind making out lists of who 
y will Invite and trying to pic- 
will look like in 
" <?my time for 



is about 
nd read 

ts The 



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BETTY JOHNSON 



projects this 

w^^ PPTTidler, Wil- 

-;-'- '■ J &it$' as instructors,' 

The courses are very interesting 

and I'm sure we all will enjoy 

LINDA PETERSON 



Claire Taylor: Oh! I just swallowed an insect. What must I do? 
Annette Nobles: Take an insect powder. 



The members of the Epitome Annual Staff 
wish to thank our advertisers and those 
who helped to make our annual a success. 



Compliments of 



MacMILLAN BUICK COMPANY 



BUICK SALES AND SERVICE 



Wilmington, N. C. 



Mattie Kennedy: What is a necessity? 

Joyce Moore: Oh! that's something you go without in order to make a down 
payment on a luxury. 



Julia Simmons: Purvis, what is this "60" on your paper? 

M. Purvis: Uh-ah- I think that's the temperature in the classroom. 





Congratulations 




RADIO 


STATION 


WMFD 


AM 




FM 


630 KC 




96.3 MC 



Invest Systematically 
Borrow Wisely 

Through The 
9 Million Dollar 

Carolina Savings & 
Loan Association 

201 Princess St. 



Compliments of 

Home Furniture Co. 

Furniture For The Home 

23 Market St. 
Wilmington, N. C. 



Century Restaurant 

We Specialize 

SEAFOOD— BARBECUE— WESTERN 

STEAKS— CHOPS 

Variety of Sandwiches 
All Kinds of Sundaes 

Hours: 8 A.M. to 10:30 P.M. 

DIAL 9193 

922 Grace St. 



Thompson Bros. 

ESSO SERVICENTER 

Road Service 
Washing — Lubrication 

DIAL 2-3688 

Corner 17th and Castle Streets 



Compliments of 


CAROLINA MILK BAR 


400 North Front St. 


DIAL 


9495 — 9496 — 9208 


' 



Nancy G: Juanita, what is it that links us together, sustains us, and makes 

us even better than nature intended? 
Juanita J: Girdles! 



McLendon: Moore, what is a duck? 
Moore: I think it's a flat-footed chicken. 



C^ke y anions C^Lub and C/rill 




EXCELLENT FOOD 



DANCING 



DIAL 9136 — 2-2559 

Carolina Beach Road 
Eastern North Carolina's Most Popular Nite Club and Grill 

MIKE N. PATELLIS AND SON, Owners and Operators 

Wilmington, North Carolina 



Betty Stone: Betty, did you go to Sunday school? 

Betty Johnson: Sure did. Never missed a Sunday in my life. 

Betty Stone: Ya' see there Joyce, it won't do me any good either. 



Pinky Patellis: Why is it they say blondes are so dizzy? 
Billie Ann Baker: Because they are so light-headed. 



WHITE FRONT GRILL 

24 Hour Service 

Specializing in Steaks, Chops and Seafood 

Across From Police Station 

115 N. 3rd Street 

PHONE 5672 

GEORGE MALLARD, Manager 



Kerr's Grocery 

5th and Red Cross 

Open 7 Days A Week 
Open 7 A.M. — Close 10 P.M. 

WE DELIVER 



'The Showplace of the South" 

• Completely new 

• Completely air-conditioned 
° Escalators 

• Automatic Elevator 

• Home of more than 500 
Nationally Advertised 
Brands 

Wilmington, N. C. 




Chic Chic Grill 

CHICKEN IN THE BASKET 

Pit-Cooked Barbecue 

Sandwiches Soft Drinks 

Soda Fountain 

1404 N. 4th St. 

CURB SERVICE PHONE 9169 



Shoemakers Inc. 



206 Princess St. 



PHONE 2-3332 



Faye Beatty: Helen, what is a ficticious character? 

Helen Underwood: One that is made up. 

Faye: Then that makes you a ficticious character. 



Nancy G: I'd like a dollar dinner please. 
Waitress: On white or rye bread, lady? 



Best Wishes 
To the Class of '53 



Belk-Beery 

Portrait Studio 



Congratulations 
Sincerely 

HONNET 1867 

JEWELER 



Compliments of 

H and W Cafeteria 

and 
Azalea Room Restaurant 



BILTMORE DAIRY FARMS 



SINCE 1897 



SUPREME IN QUALITY 



PHONE 3-2117 



1411 S. 5th St. — Wilmington, N. C. 



"Willy" Gould: What is ignorance, Lib? 

Lib Council: Ignorance is when you don't know anything and somebody finds 
it out. 



Ruth Burnette: I'm my own worst enemy. 
Julia Howard: Not while I'm in the room. 



Best Wishes For The Future 

Berman Jewelers 

Home of Fine Silver 
Crystal and China 

Corner Front and Market Streets 



Hyman Supply Co. 

"Everything for the Mill" 
Benjamin Moore Paint 

Wilmington Fayetteville 



YOU'RE ALWAYS 

WELCOME 

AT 



SXL Of 



ROCKS 



Compliments of 

Crawford's 
Fashion Center 

125 N. Front Street 
Wilmington, N. C. 



Your Right To Know 

WHAT'S HAPPENING 

IN 

WILMINGTON AND AREA 

IN 

NORTH CAROLINA— THE NATION— THE WORLD 

Is Your Reason To Read 
STAR-NEWS NEWSPAPERS 

MORNING — EVENING — SUNDAY 



Connie Williams: I saw something in a burlesque I shouldn't have seen. 
Hazel B: What was it? 
Connie Williams: My father! 



Ellen Dail: The boys run after my kisses. 

Nora Brown: That's nothing, they limp after mine. 



Best Wishes for a 
Sparkling Future 

The Jewel Box 

Your Friendly Jeweler 

109 N. Front Street 
HARRY GREEN, Manager 



Congratulations 



>.**Di.. 



114 Market Street 



A Welcome Always Awaits 

the 

STAFF AND STUDENTS 

at 

Freeman Shoe Co. 

24 N. Front Street 



You Will Be Pleased With 
Our Quality and Service 



FORMAL WEAR RENTAL 
SERVICE 

Accessories Furnished 

"The House of Name Brands" 



TTlen i 



f) HUH $ 

Dial 2-8206 2nd & Princess 



Compliments of 

Stanley's 

FRIENDLY— CREDIT JEWELERS 

America's Finest Watches, 
Diamonds, Silver Ware 

Convenient Terms 



J. M. Weeks 

Office Outfitters 

18 Princess Street 

DIAL 9906 




7 NORTH FRONT STREET 



Wilmington's Diamond 
Importers 

NO CHARGE FOR CREDIT 

REED'S Sells For LESS 



Mrs. Jenkins was testing the knowledge of the pre-clinical class. Slapping a 

a half-dollar on the desk, she said sharply. "What is that?" 
Linda Peterson: (replying instantly) Tails. 



Jane A: I don't believe Margie King will ever get married. 
Justice: She will when the wrong man comes along. 



HOST « 



Advertising • Public Relations 
Manufacturer's Representative 

34 Odd Fellows Building 

Wilmington, N. C. 



Little Joe 
Shoe Repair 

We Specialize In 
Whole Soles for Men and Women 



Compliments of 

The Groceteria Stores 

127 Market St. -- 2100 Market St. 
Wilmington, N. C. 



HAMBURGERS — HOT DOGS 
SANDWICHES 

Rossie's Grill 

503 North Fourth Street 
ROSSIE THOMPSON, Owner 

DIAL 6514 

Wilmington, N. C. 

COLD DRINKS — COFFEE 
MILKSHAKES 



Jarman's Pharmacy 

1520 Market St. 

Prescriptions Carefully 
Compounded 

Prompt Delivery Service 

DIAL 5267 



Congratulations 

Gregg Brothers 

HARDWARE 
PAINTS 

MILL AND MARINE SUPPLIES 



RUGS 


\ 1 ... per CLCANf is. mc, 

OOj tUt CltAMCBS 

202-08 South Front Street 


Domestic 


Oriental 


Wilmington, N. C. 

PHONE 6651 


RUGS 



J. Cavenaugh: (In the lunch room) May, what kind of chicken is this? 

May Paul: Spring chicken. 

Cavie: I thought so, — I've been chewing on the spring for the last ten minutes. 



Nellie West: Isn't that a terrible picture of me? I look just like a monkey. 
Billie Baker: You should have thought of that before you had it taken. 



mm 



Gets clothes 
really clean. 

* 99.95 

Liberal trade-in 
Easy terms 

Bridgers Trading Co. 



Compliments of 

Shew's Drug Store 

PRESCRIPTIONS 

PHONE 5765 

105 South 46th Street 
Wilmington, N. C. 



Congratulations 

Nisbet's 

At The Bus Stop 
Front And Grace St. 



Dairy Queen 



THE CONE WITH THE 
CURL ON TOP 



17th and Dawson 



Carolina 
Millwork Co. 

Wilmington, N. C. 

DIAL 3-2463 



Congratulations From 




DIAMONDS — WATCHES 
SILVERWARE 

If It's From Kingoff's It's Guaranteed 



Compliments of 

DIXIE RESTAURANT 

THE EATING PLACE OF EXCELLENCE 

PHONE 9355 



Juanita Johnson: I've been asked to get married lots of times. 
"Bull" Nobles: Who asked you? 
Juanita: Mother and Daddy. 



Margie W: Would you marry a man who is a great talker? 
Carroll: What other kind is there? 



Springer Coal & Oil 
Company 

Dependable Service 





Compliments of 


E. 


S. Piver & Sons 




Wilmington, N. C. 



Congratulations From 

Service Drug Store 

Prescriptions A Specialty 

CUT RATE • DIAL 7739 

Corner 8th and Market Sts. 
Wilmington, N. C. 



Williams Cleaners 

SHIRT LAUNDRY 
3 S. 17th St. and 1001 S. Third St. 

2-1357 — PHONE — 2-1540 

Pick-Up and Delivery 



Compliments of 

La Mode 

107 Market Street 
Wilmington, N. C. 

Wilmington's Smart Shop 
For Furs and Apparel 



Best 


Wishes 


Ingrams 


Recreation 


Bowling 


and Skating 


1801 


Dawson 



Compliments of 




DAIRY PRODUCTS 



Barbara McEwen: Let me hear how far you can count, Atlas? 
"Atlas" Venters: One two, three, four, five, six, seven, eight, nine, ten, Jack, 
Queen, King. 



A woman worries about the future until she gets a husband; while a man 
never worries about the future until he gets a wife. 



Congratulations 

Peoples 
Furniture Co. 

Wilmington, N. C. 



Compliments of 

Pickard's 
Sporting Goods 

Everything for the Sportsman 

209 Market Street 



Congratulations to the Class of '53 


/ Q 


"BOB EVANS" 


faffiffi* 


ARISTOCRAT OF 
NURSE'S UNIFORMS 

Nylon 


NURSE'S 
OXFORDS 

$9.95 


$12.75 — $14.95 

Sanforized Poplin 

$3.95 — $7.95 


Pliable, Ventilated, 
Neolite Sole 


Large Selection from 
Which to Choose 


EFIRD'S DEPARTMENT STORE 


Wilmington, N. C. 



Compliments of 

Sophia's 

FLOWER AND GIFT SHOP 

DIAL 2-2335 

Wilmington, N. C. 



Best Wishes 



Terminal Grill 



Opposite The Bus Terminal 



Wilmington, N. C. 



Dr. Portera: (learning to drive). The part I don't like about parking is that 
noisy crash. 



Justice: Did the supervisor help you with this dosage? 
Jane: No, I got it wrong by myself. 



Hospital 
Sandwich Shop 

SOFT DRINKS SANDWICHES 

MAGAZINES and BOOKS 



Serving Hospital 
Personnel and Visitors 



A. B. BROWN, Mgr. 



Atlantic 


Motors, Inc. 


DeSOTO 


• PLYMOUTH 


Sales 


and Service 


2-1105- 


- DIAL — 2-0590 


1020 


Princess St. 


Wilmington, N. C. 



Sutton-Council 
Furniture Co. 

(No. 2) 



DIAL 3-2662 



920 Market St. 



Compliments of 

COASTAL MOTORS, INC. 

1020 Market Street 

Dial 3-2421 

CADILLAC OLDSMOBILE 



Electric Bottling 
Company 



PHONE 6262 



920 Princess St. 



Williams Brothers 
Service Station 

10th and Market St. 

DIAL 5790 



Mattie K: Yes, when I came by, the interns simply stared open-mouthed. 
Faye: You're crazy! They never all yawned at once. 



Faye B: Joyce, how do you like my costume — I'm a salad. 
Joyce B: It's nice dear, but didn't you forget the dressing? 



To welcome guests 

1/ 




Compliments of 



City Optical Co. 



DIAL 2-2140 

H. G. Bryant Electric 
Corporation 

Wiring 

Commercicd-Industrial-Household 

Maintenance-Repairs 

3018 Market Street 

H. G. BRYANT, Pres. 

Wilmington, N. C. 



Congratulations 



Saunders Drug Co. 



108 North Front Street 



Whether It's Rough and Tumble or Dine and Dance 
— It's — 



FOR CLOTHES 




H5n.FrontStreet 
ULIilminqton.n.C. 



SANDWICHES 


BEER 


SHORT ORDERS 






"Air-Conditioned" 








BEAUMONT GRILL AND SODA SHOP 








3020 Market Street Road 






Opposite 


Riley's 


Motor Court 


PHONE 


9418 




Steaks, 


Chops and Home Cooked Meals — 

FOUNTAIN SERVICE 


Seafood Dinners 





Testing Officer: And what is the white line in the middle of the road? 
Sarah Britt: For bicycles, I suppose. 



Dail: Why does an Indian wear feathers in his head? 
Pickett: To keep his wig warm, naturally. 



CAPE FEAR WELDING & FABRICATING SHOP 

WELDING • FABRICATING • MACHINST • BOILER REPAIRING 



DAY— 2-8988 
PHONES | NIGHT— 2-2692 
( 5864 



P. O. Box 171 



Foot of Chestnut St. 
Wilmington, N. C. 



Congratulations Class of '53 

MALLARD SANDWICH CO. 

2623 South Front St. 

Bessie Mallard Bollinger 
Class of '27 




Best Wishes 

Futrelle's Pharmacy 

DIAL 4422 

129 Princess St. 



Compliments of 


Foy-Roe 


& Co. 


9-11 North 


Front St. 


Wilmingtoi 


i, N. C. 



Compliments of 

Krispy Kreme 

2812 South Front 



Peggy P: I'd like to sell you a set of Encyclopedia that I got as a gift. 
Pinky: No sale, I know more than any Encyclopedia. 

Peggy: I admit that, but I thought you'd get a thrill going through it and 
picking out the mistakes. 



W. Register: Do you want to see the boy that was in the wreck? 
Laura Ward: Yes, I want to give him the kiss he was trying for. 



Merritt Holland 
Supply Co., Inc. 

MEDICAL OXYGEN 
AND SUPPLIES 

2-0937 — PHONES — 2-0323 

201 Red Cross Street 



Compliments 
of 

The Ark 



YOUR KODAK DEALER 



Carolina Camera 



121 Market St. 




Ambulance 
Service 



Day or 
Night 

DIAL 7788 



$aix<maf$tteitth3&otlit\si>$ 



Bt INVITATION 



WILMINGTON'S OLDEST NAME IN AMBULANCE SERVICE 

ANDREWS MORTUARY 

Wilmington, N. C. 



Pat Wilson: May I have this afternoon off, Miss Masten? My grandmother- 
Miss Masten: Oh! yes, I've heard that before; your grandmother died last week. 
Pat Wilson: Yes, Mam, but my grandfather is getting married again this 
afternoon. 



We women do talk too much, but even then we don't tell half we kno 



w. 




Put your feet first... in shoes that are a joy to wear. Choose the 
seamless, unlined Bucko Clinic Super-Fine Oxford with out- 
side counter pocket. Here's a shoe so soft and smooth insio? 
it practically babies your feet -so lovely to look at and easy 
to clean it will be the pride of your professional wardrob \ 
The Clinic Super-Fine Oxford, Other styles 

according to leathers. 

AAAA to C . . . Sizes 3'/* to 10 

BEST BUY TWO PAIR FOR LONGER WEAR... 

J8EMM0E TfiECLUMOE 

*• ft ~ 



CINDERELLA 
BOOTERIE 






Figures may not lie, but girdles certainly withhold the truth. 







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Best Wishes 



SHAW 
PAINT & WALLPAPER CO.. INC. 

Wilmington, N. C. 



Compliments of 

SUTTON-COUNCIL FURNITURE COMPANY 

313 North Front Street 
Wilmington, North Carolina 



Best Wishes 

ED. FLEISHMAN & BROS. 

MEN'S WEAR 

PHONE 7932 

223 North Front Street 
Wilmington, N. C. 



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