North Carolina Newspapers

    Vol. IV
High Lights
COMMENCEMENT ISSUE
No. 8
Jamestown s Largest Graduating Class
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MASCOTS—Marcfliret Stewart, Batter Smith. . -,. * . _ . ^ ——
SENIORS—First U rirht*—Dorit Vestal. Eliiabeth Burleson, Norma Lee Simmons, Ruby Briars, Lessie Price, Mary Frances Webster, Atlene Shack*
elxord, Elaine Phillips, Charles Wyrick, Bob Clodfelter, Maurice Cruthis, Carrie Deli Hennis, Dorothy Howell, Mildred Falls, Joyce Winslow, Jean Donarhy.
Second row—Aetna Davis, Joy Smith Stroud, Margaret Burney, Evelyn McKinney, Charles Gardner, Alma MIdkiff, Hope Parrish, Wanda Smith, Rosella Mod*
lin, Norma Willard, Wanda Brackett, Phyllis McGhee, Mary Frances Crowell, Hilda Nall.
Third Bow—Ernest Wolfe, Newman Lemonds, Bobby Floyd, Lucille Lanier, Lculse Lance, Frances Turner, Georgia Kersey, Frances Foster, Naomi Smith
Danna Morgan, James Stewart.
Fourth row—Norman Ingold, W. C. Mangum, Calvin Cashatt, Eloral Hennis. Louise La Prade, Fleta Mae Richardson. Billy Holton. Mary Alice Jo^son.
Martha Raye Spencer, Kathleen Davis, Ruth Thornton, Louise Landreth, Charles Jarrell, George Ballinger. ^
Fifth row—Ernest Ingold, Lewis Waynick, Hebron Coble, Gilbert Clark. Wray Hutchins, Robert Winslow, Mary Weatherly Tilden. Basil Meredith, Hilda Heth*
cox, O. D. Leach, Annllea Osborne, Guy Osborne, Wilma Cashatt, Ray Ward, Junle Hester, Romulus Modlin. Evelyn Caudle, Elizabeth Cashatt.
Sixth row>—Joe Morton, George McKinney, James Rcssell, Carl Cox and Raymond Vuncannon.
TILDEN AND CLODFELTER TO
SPEAK IN FINALS
“In Defense of Our Democracy” will be the theuie
of the graduiitlon exercises to be held Monday night
In the high school auditorium.
Mary Weatherly Tilden and Bob Clodfelter will
deliver the keynote speeches of the evening. Miss
Tilden will speak on the subject “The American
]>ream”. Outstanding members of the Senior Class
will participate in a panel discussion led by George
McKinney. This discussion will center around the
preservation of our democratic Ideals. As a climas
to the evening’s exercises, Mr. Clodfelter will speak
on “Our Call to Duty”.
SENIOR CLASS PLAY
The annual senior class day exercise entitled.
“Soothsayer”, was given Friday morning. May 2, at
0 o’clock. George McKinney was chairman of the
program connnlttee.v capably assisted by Arlene
Shackelford and Hilda Nall.
The audience received programs upon entering the
auditorium. Two seniors, representing newspaper re
porters, vlsltwl the tent of Madam La Zolar to learn
the future of the Senior Class of li)41 for the “James
town Hl-Lights”. The madam forecasted the fates by
gazing into the crystal ball. Senior “wills” were also
read during the ceremony. When asked for the class
superlatives, the madam conjured the Image of the
slave in her magic mirror who Imparted the desired
Information.
Very effective costumes and scenery together with
the unusual lighting effects addel to the presenta
tioti.
SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS
President—Bob Clodfelter
Vice-President—Charles Wyrlck
Secretary—Carrie Dell Hennis
Treasurer—Arlene Shackelford
Devotional Chairman—Raymond Vtincannon
Class Motto: “B2”
Class Colors: Blue and Gold
MISS MORRISON PRESENTS PUPILS
IN RECITALS
On Wednesday nlglit. April 30, Miss Geneva Morri
son presented her .Innior piano and voice pupils in a
recital in the scliof)! auditorium. The renditions were
well receivel by an appreciative audience.
The Senior re‘ital will be presented tonight. May
2. All lovers of nuislc and Interested parents and
friends are Invited to attend.
SENIOR GIFT
When passing by .Jamestown High School, be sure
to stop and look at the new flag-pole with “Old Glory”
waving gallantly from the top of It. Vou had better
make some nice remark about it, because we’re mighty
proud of our gift.
The |)ole was a gift of the 1041 graduating class,
and the flag was given l>y the liHO class.
Every time you pass the flag remember Frances
Scott Key's word-s, and In your heart say a prayer
that “long may It wave, o’er the land of th(> fre«» and
the home of tlie brave.”
BOB CLODFELTER WINS HIGH HONOR
Friday, April 18, the high scliool met to elect the
best citizen of .lame.stown High Schfiol. .\frer a clnst*
race between Arlene Shackelford, Bob Clolfelter was
elected. Tills honor is based on the qualities if char
acter, scholarship, service, leadership, loyalty and sin
cerity. Tiie ('ivitan award will be presentetl to Mr.
Clodfelter during the graduation exercises, Monday
night, May ii.
HERE COMES PATRICIA
The dramatic club selected for the connnencemenr
play “Here Comes Patricia”, a farce comedy, by K>i-
gene (). Hefer. The following capable cast carrlinl
off the honors for the club: Nonna Willard—Mrs.
(’arrol, Frances Foster—Elsie Crowder, Nancy Wil
lard—-Mrs. Smidi Porter, Wanda Smith—Angelina
Knoop, Uuby Briggs—Minnie Knw)p, Betty Lynn Wil
lanl—Patricia Grayson, Ilol)ert (^lodfelter—.limmy
Clark, George ^IcKliniey—ICll)ert Hastings, (Charles
.larrell—Adam Wade, Norris Frazier—Tim Hopper,
iiiid .Inlian McGhee—Bud Flannlgan.
On Friday night, April 25, .Jamestown High School
witne.ssed a record-breaking attendance to see “Here
Comes Patricia”, tiie dramatic club's most successful
achievement.
BACCALAUREATE SERMON TO BE
MAY 4
The baccalaureate sermon will be delivered In the
school auditorium ^lay 4 at 11 o’clock by Rev. C. il.
McKliuiey of the .Jamestown Methmlist Church. Rev.
Mr. MclClnney will use as the theme of his message
to the seniors, “How to Make T.ife AVorthwhlle”.
    

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