A L Brown High School - Albrokan Yearbook (Kannapolis, NC)
- Class of 1951
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To MR. LESTER VV. MCCARN, for his zintiring
efforts in his work as Dean of Boys, past Coach of Athletics,
his capahle ahility as Assistant Principal, and his faithful
efhcient teaching which has inspired us to heconie hettei
citizens, we, the Senior Class of U7. Cannon High School
dedicate this yearbook.
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Shorthanrl: Business Correspondence
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A.B., VV.C.U.N.C.: English: History
GRAIiAM W. SOMERS
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MRS. WILLIAM E. TUCKER
B.S., Appulzleltimt State Teaelters' College:
Home Economics: F.H.A. Adviser
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Adviser: Health Committee Chairman
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Plrvsical Education: Head Coach Football: Base-
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A.B.,XViI1tlIrop College: English: Quill aml Scroll
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B.S., Appalucltiun State Teachers' College:
MRS. HELEN BOSTIAN
Draughon's Business College: Secretary
MRS. HARVEY LEE LIUFFMAN
Lewis Ilotcl Training School: Dietitian
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Tommy I-llartis. Second row: jimmy Donahw
jimmy Rogers, Johnny Richardson, Darwi
McCOmbs, Gene McCombs, james Waller, Ioh
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Miss SHIRLEY AUSTIN
MR. GERALD BLACKBURN
Miss NANCY BLACKBURN
MR. CLIFFORD H. BROWN
MRS. WALTER BLACKBURN BUEE
MR. RICHARD W. GIBBON
MR. FRED GOODNIGHT
MRS. DOLLIE ALLEN GRIFFIN
Mlss DOROTHY HAMPTON
MR. JIMMIE JUNG
MR. NEWMOON JUNG
MR. C. L. MAULDEN
MR. LESTER MCCARN
MR. WAYNE PETREA
MRS. GLADYS WAOONER RITOHIE
MR. CHARLES WRENN
Miss NATHALIA MARTIN
First row: Ruth Burton, Annie Lou Cook, Ioyc
johnson, Doris Allen, Joyce Tucker, Betty Collin
Ramona Self, Nancy Shepherd, Priscilla Droletti
Ruby Weddington, Alice Overcash. Second rou
Camilla Linker, Hilda Pennin ton, Nancy Safri
Ann Keziah, Margaret Newell, lgliyllis Safrit, Sharo
Owings, Carrie Mae Ewan, Ioanne Brooks, Sall
Wagner, Peggy Robinette. Third row: Margarn
Ellen Sechler, Gwen Peeler, Barbara Callicut
Evelyn Garriss, Peggy Barlow, Rebecca Phillip
Nancy Knight, Sara Carpenter, Mary Ann Vicker
Lena McKinley. Fourth row: Eleanor Foil, Francs
Enkins, Christine Teal, Phyllis Munday, Charlesan
ogan, Phyllis Freeland, jean Riggs, Gail Phillip
Martha Gosson, Peggy Hall. Fifth row: Sara
Chastain, jeweldean Howard, Geraldine Hart, Bet!
Rhlyne, Doris Hardister, Morene Lunsford, Arr:
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BETTY COLLINS . . . ..,.. President
GENE MCCOMBS . , , .... V ice-President
RANIONA SELF . . . . .Secretary
ZEB BRADFORD . . . .Treasurer
A cap, a gown, and then class night,
A smile, a dream that you hold tight.
A word of cheer to all who know
The lump in your throat that you dare not show.
No words nor dreams nor deeds can express
The way you feel in a graduation dress.
Down the aisle with heads held high
VValk you, the seniors, each with a smile.
A smile that hides all the fears,
A smile which soon may tum to tears,
A smile that looks back on all you've done,
A smile that says, "Not finished, just begun.
"This is your night," the smile seems to say.
"A night which did seem so far away.
This is your night, your dream come true.
This is your nightg the rest is up to you."
You look hack, just four years ago-
You do not know what the future holds.
The past is forgotten: the future unfolds.
You can only hope and dream, but now you know IWASCQTS
'JOYCE TUCKER FLETCHER CRANFORD, In.
Our class of 1951 will leave the
sacred halls of VV. Cannon High i
School as students when our gradua-
tion exercises are completed. But our
hearts will always remain with our
Alma Mater. The pleasant memories
of our school days, far from the worldly
problems of adulthood, will not be
Among our fondest memories is the
day in September of 1947, when we
entered Cannon High to drop our first
pebble into the ocean of broader edu-
The first ripple made by the pebble W T
revealed much pleasure as wc became
accustomed to the ways and means of
the school that was to be our home for
the next four years. Our class adviser, Miss Willie Mae
Cowan, and the following officers: Freddy Martin,
President, Guy Linker, Vice-President, Floyd Echerd,
Secretary, Ray McKinney, Treasurer, and Barbara
Rogers and Charles Castor, Representatives to Student
Council, helped us get established in this institution
for a successful year.
Our first class party was in the form of a dance
in the school gymnasium. lt was a huge success and
was enjoyed by all who attended.
At the close of the year our principal, Mr. R.
hlelton, resigned in order to study for his doctor's
The second ripple grew larger as we entered our
sophomore year. We shed our title of "Green Fresh-
men," and took our new one of "Sophisticated Sopho-
omores." Sophomores-music to our ears. We figured
that we knew just about all there was to know about
high school, but we were only beginning to learn.
We had our first representative in the Student
Government, who was Nancy Shelf, Treasurer of the
organization. Our officers elected this year were: Charles
Castor, President, Phyllis Freeland, Vice-President,
Sara Carpenter, Secretary, Floyd Davis, Treasurer, Betty
Collins and Danny Gray, Council Members. Our ad-
viser was Miss Elizabeth Graham. Mr. Fred O. Drum-
mond came from Mt. Holly to be our new principal.
We were very proud when some of our classmates
were tapped into the National Honor Society. Ir is
quite an honor for a Sophomore to be chosen as a
member of that organization.
This year the school band went to the Lion's Club
Convention in New York City.
We had our annual class party in May. It was a
picnic and swimming party at Mirror's Lake. The cool
weather didn't keep us from enjoying swimming, play-
ing golf, and eating.
The third ripple expanded even more and we found
ourselves in the junior Class.
In October, at our class meeting, we chose to lead
us: Betty Collins, President, Gene McCon1bs, Vice-
President: Zeb Bradford, Secretary: Sara Carpen-
ter, Treasurer, Annie Lou Cook and
Zeb Bradford, Council Representatives,
and Betty Collins, Social Chairman.
We had Miss Nadine Gragg as our ad-
viser. ln the Student Government,
Janice Wood represented us as Secre-
tary of the Student Body. I Q
This was to be an eventful year for
us, as juniors. We had our first class
play, "There Go The Grooms," which
was directed by Miss Adeline Rogers.
Everyone was excited over our first
big prom. The Seniors entertained us at
Christmas with a Senior-Junior Prom,
carrying out the theme "Holiday Inn."
The greatest event of this year was
the trip made by the third year his-
tory classes to Washington, D. C. We
visited the historical buildings in the capital and also
the Luray Caverns in Virginia on our return trip.
We ordered our long-waited-for class rings and pins
and proudly displayed them in April.
Clirnaxing the year was the junior-Senior Prom, using
the mysterious theme, "Arabian Nights." Palm trees,
Arabian tents, and beautifully colored draperies made
it a night of splendor long to be remembered.
As the circle grew wider into spheres of greater in-
fluence, we were at last "dignified" Seniors.
Betty Collins, President, Gene McCombs, Vice-Presi-
dent, Ramona Self, Secretary, Zeb Bradford, Treasurer,
Betty Collins and Danny Gray, Councillors, and Char-
lesana Logan, Social Chairman, led us through an
exciting and busy year. At a meeting early in the year
we elected Janie Kale, Prophet, Evelyn Garriss, His-
torian, and Bill Fulcher, Lawyer.
There were so many things to be done. Class colors,
flowers, superlatives, and mascots were chosen. Our
class poem, song, last wills, and activities were written.
We had our pictures made and did all that exciting
business of ordering calling cards, announcements, caps
and gowns, and diplomas. It was our turn to have Senior
Day. We chose maroon and white for our colors, the
gardenia for our Hower, and Diane Slawson and junior
Cranford for our mascots. To Mr. Lester McCarn, we
dedicated our yearbook.
During our twelve years of school, we had looked
forward to the time when we could march down the
aisle with solemn dignity to the Baccalaureate Sermon,
the Class Day Exercises, and across the stage to receive
our diplomas. But now that the time had finally arrived,
there was a peculiar feeling deep inside us. lt hardly
seemed true that, after these years of "toiling and
struggling," we were leaving our Alma Mater. It was
hard to realize that we would not be coming back here
as students anymore, that we were parting from many
of our friends, never to see them again.
We had spent a most wonderful four years in high
school. Though the last ripple of our high school career
had passed, its joys will never fade from our memories.
Annie Sue Adams
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Mary Elizabeth Adams
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Mary Evelyn Baker
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lntrtmturnl Sports l, Z: ,luuiur
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Intramural Sports l: 1.ibrat'r Club
4: l'asltton Slton' l, 2.
lfootball Sponsor 1, 3: lliblv Club
7 4: Dratnalics Club 4: Scssion
lloust- I: Sttttlcnt Cltnwtttttcttt Ilanrt'
lotntnitlut- 4: llontt- Room Scct't'larv
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John M. Blount
llottot' Socictx' 4, 4: lliY 1, 4, 4.
't-sitlvttt 4: Rlotlol Xitplattn' Clult
lR'1lMlI4l'I' 3. 4: Monitor 3, 4: Cltctn
tstrv Clttb 4: Spanislt Club Yin' l't't's-
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I Slutlunl .'Xtltttlntstrattott Dat I, 3:
ntttttt-ttct-tttt-ttt Marshal 3: Supct'l.t
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Intramural Sports l, 2: llascball 1:
llil l, 4: Stutlcnt lSot't'rntnt'nt
llttncx' Cotnntittcc 4.
Betty Jean Brawley
l7.ll,.X. 2: Olliu' Paw' 4: Ucncral
Xlltsic I: Cltortts 1: "Nlussialt" l, 2:
l tslttott Sltow 2.
Betty Joanne Brooks
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4 4: lV.ll.nX. l, 2: lJI'Jll1l1lllCS Clttlt
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ltlilor 4: "'l'ltt-rt' Co 'l'ltt- Crowns"
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Intramural Sports l. 2, 3: junior
Varsitv llaskctball l, Yarsilv 2. 4.
4: Tri-lli-Y 4: G.A..'X. I, 2, 3, 4:
Latin Club 2: llotnt- Room lh-pot'tct'
l: l7asltiott Show 1, 3: SllItlCl1l .Xtl
ntinistraliott Dat' l, 3.
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lntrantural Sports l: 'l'ri-lli'Y 3:
l3.ll.A. l: Bihlt' Club 4: Junior Class
Plat' clllI1ll11lllt'C 3.
Zeb Boyce Bradford, Jr.
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llaskctlmll 3, 4: llonor Socictt' 4, 4:
lli-Y I, 2, 4: Monogram Clttb 3. 4,
Sccrvtarv 4: Monitor 3, 4: llratnatics
Clttb 4: Spanish Clttb 3, 4, l'rcsitlvnl
3: Stutlcnt Council 2. 3, 4: Prusi
tlcnt S,LttlL'nt fitnvrttttwttt 4: Svssion
llouse l, 2, 3, 4: Dt-lcgatt' Tar llt-vl
llovs' Static 3: Sucrctarv Junior Class
3: Trt-asttrvr St-nior Class 4: Mist-tl
Chorus 3, 4: "Mt'ssialt" 3: Stutlcnt
tXtlministration Dav l. 3: Social
Stantlartls Cottfcrt-occ 2, 3: Masta-r ol'
Ccrvtttottius junior Scttior 3: "'l'ltt'rc
Co Tltc Grooms" Cast 3: Scnior
Maxine Kerley Broadway
Librarv Club 1, 4: C'ANNoN Rt
I'0lt'l' Bttsim-ss Stall' 4: Dunst- Cont
Helen Jeanette Brooks
'ltansfcrrcd from XVinccoll' 2: '1'ri-
lli-Y 4: Latin Club 3: Clwtttistrv
J. L. Brooks
luninr Yarsitv lfuntlxall 2: lntra-
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lntrnmural Spnrts 1, 3g Session
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4, -la Xlnnilnr -lg Gvncral Music 2.
Betty Jean Cameron
l7.ll..X. 3: C'lwrl1s 2, 3.
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l'.ll..'X. lg liilmlc Clulx l'1'L-sirlclll -lg
ilu-mlslrv Club Rucrnrtlirlgg Sccrvlarv
-lg l.nlin Clulx 2, 3g Session llnusu lg
llnlnr- llnnm Sucrutarv 2, l,l'CSlllL'I1l
3, Yif.'u-Prcsidvsnt -lg Sv.'L'rvtarv Snphn-
llltlll' Class 2g ll-I'l'ilSLll'0l' Junior Class
33 Student .'xCllUll1lSl!'illlUl1 Daw' lg
C',wsnN Rl.l'Ull'l' RL-porter -lg Mmm
Cnnuuitlvv -lg ,luniorScninr llanu'
cltlllllllllllkll 3: Sr-ninrjuniur Dance'
Elnita Ammons Casper
l3ll1lc Club 1, 3.
James C. Brown
lntramural Sports l, 2. 3g Spanish
. U , J
ffff' Bill Bullock
lll-Y l, 2, 3, -lg Mnnngranr C'lulm
2. 3, -lg junior llaslwtlmall l. Varsitv
2, 3, -lg llllmlc Clulm -l.
Intramural Sports l, 2: 'l'ri-lli-Y
1, 3, 4: Sturlcnt Clmwsrmnvxmt Dancc
fl0l'l'llIlllfL'L' -lg llanzl l, 2, 3: Chorus
3g Opurvstta 2. 3: l5asl1inn Slum' lg
juninr Class Plav Gnrunitlcr- 3:
Sv.-nim'-,luninr flUl'lll11lllCl' 4.
Barbara Zane Carpenter
lf.ll..-X, 2, 4. 4, Ollifcr 5: mm.-
flub -lg llrarnatius Clulm 3g Nlixcxl
Chorus 2. 3g ,luniur Plan' Marshal 3,
frvw 3g llramatics Plan' Nlarslml 3.
Prumptcr 3g Intramural Sports l.
2: l:.ll.A. llallv al llartscll 4, Con
ford 3: "Rlussiah" l, 2g l7.ll.:X. Ilis
lnrian 3, Prugraln Chairman 2g
junior-Sv.-ninr Dccurzuinn Cnnunittcc
3g Opcrclta 2.
l5.ll..'X. 2g llilmlv Club 3, 4.
Charles Gordon Castor
,lunlnr Vnrsitv Frxntlmll 2. Varsitv
3, -lg lll-Y I, 2g Spanish Cluh 4g
Xlnnugram flulm 4: Stuclvn! Council
lg Session llnusc lg llunu' Room
Prcsicla-nt 2. Vice-Prcsimlunt I, 3g
Snplrmnnrc Class Prcsirlv.-nl 2: Mixccl
Clmrus 2. 3g Opvrvlta lg Svninr
Slll8fl2lflYl' -l: Stage' C'rc'w 3.
I L I
AY -0' "' f
Mary Ella Cauble
Intramural Sports l: liasbion Sbou' 1.
Sarah Lee Chastain
Intramural Sports l. 1: Tri-llil'
Z, 3, 4: lill..-X. 3, 4: G..X..X. I. 1.
3, 4: Clwinislrv Club 4: Stutlcnt
.Mlministration Dax' l. 3.
Betty Campbell Cochran
llonor Socivsty' 'l, 4, Ill-It-gaze lo
Slam' Convention at Conrortl 3: 'l'ri
IIi'Y 3, 4, l'r0sill1'nt 4. llclcgatv to
lnwrstatl- Coiill-i'ciicv, Spartanluirgg.
S. C. 4: Monitor' 3, 4: Quill aml
Scroll 3, -l, Prusitlvlit 4: Clivmistrx
Club 3, 4, lfirst Yiu'I'i'csitlt-ut 3:
Latin Club l, 2: Stutlcnt Council Z.
4, Constitution Committee 2, Point
lloartl Coinlnittco Chairman 4: Sv.-s
sion llousv 2: llonn- Room l'rusialcnt
3, lla-portvr 4: junior' Class l'i'csiLln.'nt
3: Social Chairman 3: Svnior Class
l'rvsitlt'l1l 4: Chorus Class l.ibl'z1l'ian
I: "Messiah" l: CYANNUN RIPOICI
llv.-portt-r 3, Co-lltlitor 4: Stullont
,Xtlministration Dax' I, 3: junior-
Svnior Decorating Chairman 3: Sen
ior Supvrlalivc 4: .'Xim-rican llistorx
:Xwartl 3: Dulcgatv to N.C.S.l3.l. zu
Cbapcl llill 4: CllilllIl1L'IlC1.'Illt'l1l Mar
lliblo Club 4: Stuclunt Con-innu-nt
Dance Coinniittvc 4: Nlixvtl Chorus
2. 3. 4: Opvrctta l. 2: Scxtvttt' 31
"Messiah" l, J..
llaiul l. 2, 3: 0rL'lwstra 3, 3:
thllslillk' Orcltcslra 2, 3: .XllSoulli-
ern Urclwstra, 'l'auipa. l7loritla 2:
Music Educators National Com'v:n
tion, St, Louis, Missouri 3.
Intramural Sports l, 2, 3: Session
llousc 4: Chorus l.
Betty Ann Cloninger
lntrainural Sports l, lg l5.ll.tX. l,
2, 3, 4, Countx' llistorian 4: G..'X..-X.
l: Monitor 3, -lg lliblc Club -l, Soc
rutarv-Trcasurvr -lg Clicmistrv Club
l'i'csiclunt 4: Spanish Club Prcsitlcnt
-l: Orchestra l. 2, 3, 4: lfasbion
Show l: Stutlcnt thClllllI1lSll'2lllUl1 Dav
l. 3: Junior Class Plat' Comlnittct' 3.
James Luther Coggins
Monitor 3, 4: l,l'3!lll1lllCS Club 4:
Spanish Club 3, 4: Stutlcnl Uovt-rn
mum llanuv: Comliiitluc 4: llomt'
Room il-I'L'LlSlll'L'l' 2, 3: Dctlication
Coinniillcv 4: liantl 3, 4: "Siri1igslt'i's"
2, 3. 4: Mixvtl Cliorus l, 2, 3. -l:
Opt-rvtta I. 2: juniorSt-nior Com
niittcc 3: St-niorjunior Conunittcv -l:
"Mi'ssial1" l, 1. 3.
Max Reid Collins
junior h1lI'SIlY l-ootball 1: junior
Yarsitx' Cliccrlcatlcr 3, Yarsitx' 4:
lli-Y 4: liiblc Club Vice-l'rt-sitlviit -l:
Dramatics Club 4: lllIL'Illl5Il'Y Club
4: Scssion llousv 2: IuniorSt-nior
Dance Commiltcv: 3: Slutlunt all
ministration Dax' 4. " , '
ov 'i 'fi
I ' 4 WW
- 3 z ,yo
Annie Lou Cook jf! '
' 'i-lli-Y 1, 3. Yicc-Prvsitlcnt 3:
Clit-mistrv Club 3, -l, Rcportvi' 3
Corrvspontling SL'l.'l't'l2lrl'Y ll: Spani:
Club 2, 3, Rcpnrtdf 3: Stutlt-nl,
Council 3: Scssioixjrfousn l, 1: Home
Room Sccrcta V l: SAlldCDf'1hdl11ll1
Duyl L l ' '
istration :' : V 1ci1ue'itwi1t Mar
slit' .'li'l1ll'L'Cli ax' Cnininitlco 3.
. ' 1
N M Q
. x 1 fi
' -M Kenneth W. Correll
p' lli-Y l: Alonitor 3, 4: Spanisli
Club 3. 4: l Ionic llooin Treasurer
1: llantl l, 2, 3. 4: UrL'liL'stl'zl 1, 3,
-l: "Swingstcrs" 1. 4, 4: All-Stati-
Orchcstra 2, 3.
Wade H. Curran, Jr.
'lr:tttsl'm't't's'tl lruttt Satnfurtl lliglt
Scltmrl 1: lntt'tttttttt':tl Sports 1: Muni.
Ittl' 4, 4: C'ltt'ntistt't' flult fl, 4: l,:tlitt
ilttlv 15 S1-ssiun llmtsu 1: llrum'
lluntn Si'ft'x'lttt't 1, l,I'k'5lill'lll 4: Stu
tlvttt Xtltnittistrtttitm Ilan' 3: vlttniur-
Si-niur llnnri' Kkttttittittu- 4: S1-uint'
,lttniur Ilattwt' ilxttttttittm-c 4.
Intrnmttrttl Sports I, 1: ,lttttinr
X.tt'sttx llztslwtltttll 1: lliN I, 1, 4:
Sttttlvttt l.mut't1t1n:tll Dutton' Clrttttttit
tus' 4: Ilnntc llnntn Yin-l't'i-sitlcttt
I: Sitlwrlutiti- 4: Sttttlm-nt .Xtltttinis
tt.tttntt Dan I, 4.
ltitmttitttatl Sports l, 1, 3: ,lltttiur
Irmtlmll 1. I. Yatrsitt 4: llstsi-lmll
Xssistatttt Stttgt' Nlttttatgvst' l, 1: ltt
trattmtml Sports I, 2: Ilumc lluum
lrvatsltrut' I. 4: IIiY I: Scszsiutl
llmtsv 1: Art C'lttIm 1.
Howard Cleveland Duffell
ltxttmnttrul Sports I: Session llnusc
Lowell Thomas Daniels
llzmcl I, 1, 4, 4: Ot't'ltcsIt'al J, 43
,Xll-Static Orcltt'str.t ig "Su'ingsti't's"
Ilt-N I, 1: Suplmtttutx- C lass lrcns
ttrcr 1: Iltvmt- llurtttt Yict' l'l'uslilt't1t 4,
Doris Nanefte Davis
C'l1ut'tts I: "Xlcssi.tlt" I: l.ttitt
Clttlw 1, .ig I-mttlmll murmur' 4: K ltvttt
istrx l'lttlm 4: lntt'.ttttLtt':tl Sports I.
.K ' ,,
lntrtttttttr. Stuarts I: l,iIwt'1tt'v flllllt
:lc llilvlt' Qllulu 42, 2 ,luniur Vlnss
Plttt' Klstrsltlll 31 XI cut Int' I mrtlyttll
'Haunt l. K N
- X L 1 N
' A x
, ' A
.Y 'Prbcilla Droleffe
vflvglnistng Clulx 4: Sttttlt-nt lim'
ct'htnsnt ljatltbxbtrlxitniitm' 4: Xlixctl
Clturiu. 1, ?v:, Opp-twftln 1: Ncnim'
JunifrlC'uttttttittct' 4: .Xtt flttli -I:
,luniur Platt Cutntttittt-v K.
ltttratttturttl Sports I. 1: l.tItr:ttx
cllllh 4, -l-, Ili-Ii-gate tu C'nt1t'vttlimt
ig Ilihlc l'lttIx 5: flmttts 1,
Floyd Hubert Echerd
llaslvslball Varsilv l. 1. 3. 4:
Intramural 'l'cnnis l, 1: lli-Y l. 2,
3. 4: Allllltlglfillll l'luh l, 1, 3. 4.
xYlL'L"l,l'CSltll'l1l 4: l.atin l'lub 2. 3.
lluportvr 2: Student Clovurnnwnt
Dance- Coimniltvc 4: Ilomc Room
Prvsizlcnt l, 'l'rcasurvr 2: flass Svc
rclarv l: Stullcnt ,Xtllninistration Dax
I. 3: Stage Crow 3.
Alice Carol Edwards
lntrainnral Sports I: Monitor 4:
Spanish Club 3, 4, Olliccr 3: lfash
ion Show I: Stutlt-nt .Xtlniinistration
Dax' 3: KYomltwluwliictit Marshal 3.
junior Yarsitv l'ootball l. Yarsilx
1. 3. 4. Co-Captain 4: Intramural
Sports l. 2: Monogram fluh 2. 3.
4: Spanish Club 4: lliY I. 2. 3:
Intramural Sports l: latin Club
I, 2: Tri-lli-Y 4.
ll'Ill'1lIlllll'ill Sports l: llrainatics
Club 4: Sr-ssion llousu l: L'lass lan
vcr 4: Stutlvnt .-Xtlministration Dax
3: "'l'lu-rc Go Thu Grooms" Cast 3:
Evelyn Elaine Garriss
'l'rillifY 2, 3, 4, Sv.-crclarx 4:
Dramatics Club 4: Spanish Club 3,
4. Sucrctarv 3: Session llousc 1:
llotnc llooln Prusitlcnt l, Sv:crvtal'x
1, Yiccllrvsimlo.-tit 3. 4: Siuclcnt .Xml
ministration Dat' l. 3: c4llllllllt'l1L'k'
incnt Marshal 3: "'l'lu'rc Go Thu
Clroolns" Cast 3: junior Sunior lJani'v
Conunittcv 3: Class llistorian 4:
Por-in Comxnittcc 4.
Peggy Ann Edmiston
llolnc lloolu l,l1'SlllL'I1l l, Ruportcr
1: lntrzunural Sporis l. 2: junior
Senior Dance Connnittcc 3: "Muse
sinh" l: Ulu' flub l: Siutlr-nt .Ml
luinistration Dax' l: 'liriflli-Y 2, 3,
4: junior Plat' C'oxnmittcu 3: Studcnt
Cloxcrnlnunl llanuu c4I7lHll1lllk'0 4:
l.ibrarx .Xssistant 4: Ollicc Page 4.
lllll'iIllllll'1ll Sports I: 'l'ri-lli-Y 1.
1, 3: Caincra Club 4: G..X..X. l:
Xlonitor 4: Ilihlc Club 3, 4: Session
llousc 3: junior Plat' Marshal 3:
lashion Show I: .XII Club 4.
Alpheus Gray Ford
llraxnatics Club 4: llihlo Club l.
Phyllis Ann Freeland
llllmlllllfill Sports l: lioothall Spon-
sor I, 2: 'l'ri-lli-Y 1, 3, 4: l3.ll..'X.
lf 2, 3: Library' Club 3: Stutlvnt
fiUYL'I'l1I11L'lll. 'Dance Committcv: 2. 3,
4: llonw Ronin l'rcsiLlcnt 2, Sccrvlarv
l: Class Yici.-l3rcsidcnt 2: Fashion
Show 1, Z, 3: jllllifll' 141155 PIM'
Coinlnittcv 3: junii'n'Scnior Dance
Conuniltcc 3. I
Jimmie Vernice Gardner
junior Yarsitv llaskctball 2, 3:
l5.ll..'X. 2, 3: GMX..-K. 4: Librarv :Ks
sistant 4: junior Plav Committcv 31
Intramural Sports l, 2, 3, 4: Caincra
Martha Jane Glossom
liootball Sponsor 3: Tri-lli-Y 1.
3. 4, Ili.-poricr 1: Librarv Club 2:
Spanish Club 4: Sllllll'l1l Gnu-rnnwnl
llancc Commitlcc 2. 3. 4: Dclvgatc
4 to Tri-llifY Convention at lflorunuc
S. C. 2: Girls' Chorus 3: Fashion
1 Show l, 2: junior Class Plav Com
4 miltvc 3: junior-Senior Dance Com-
inittuc 3:J'Mvssiah" 3: llomc Room
P VicmRrvsitl'l'nt l
as gx v4s.s.r3 ,fx
wi xx s
x it XX
Intramural Sports I, 2, 3, 4, Ses-
sion Ilouse 3: Spanish Club 39
IIome Room Treasurer Ig IIifY I,
2, 3, 4.
Intramural Sports I, 2, I7.lI.A. lg
Girls' Chorus 45 junior-Senior Dance
Helen Marie Grass
Robert Lee Gribble, Jr.
IIiAY lg Model Airplane Club 35
Spanish Club 3, 4, Band I, 2, 3, 4.
Donald Ray Gurley
junior Varsity Baseball 2, Camera
Club 4g Art Club I, 4.
Tri-Ili-Y 3, -lg Ilible Club 2, 35
Spanish Club 45 Student Adminis-
tration Dav 3.
Intramural Sports I, Session Ilousc' 3.
Ilome Iloom Vice-President 2.
Danny Lee Gray
Intramural Sports I, Ili'Y Z, 3,
4, Chaplain 2, Treasurer 3: Monitor
3, 4: Dramaties Club -Ig Spanish
Club Treasurer 3, Reporter 35 Stu-
dent Council 4: Session House I:
Ilome Room President 3, Secretary
4, Superlative -I: Mixed Chorus 2.
jf' llffff ' '
Intramural Sports I. 2: 'I'riIliY 4.
Peggy Ann Hall
'I'riIli'Y 2, 3. -Ig l7.Il.A. l, 3,
Spanish Club 3, 4: Session IIouse
l. -I, Student Government Danee
t'0I'lII'IlIIIl'L' -lg llolne Iloom Seeretarv
2, Treasurer 3: Fashion Show Ig Stu-
dent Administration Day lg Colu-
lnencement Marshal 3, Junior-Senior
Dance Committee 3: 'AMessiab" Ip
Chemistrv Club 4.
Billy Ray Hardin
Intramural Sports l, 2, 3: IIifY I,
2, 35 Band 3, 4, Model Airplane
Club 3: Camera Club 3.
Arlene King Harris
lliblv: Cluh -lg Orchestra: 3, -lg Fash-
ion Show 2.
Chvmistrv Club 4, 5: llnml l. 2.
Bertie Mae Helms
mme Club a. 4.
'llri-lli-Y l, 23 llihlc Cluli 3, 4:
Chorus I, 2: "lNlcssiul1" l, 1: Intro
murul Sports l.
. Nu K J
.1. , j
I xfix ,lit Pl
ldlry Lepnar Holler
U iirsitv lldketbull , 4, lntrauuurnl
' Sp rts 2,i 4, ,n- 1. 2, s, 4,
Qlouogmht Cluhlgx -I-5 Spanish Club
,144 Sclsion llofks ll'2, 35 llomu Room
President 4f Motto Committee -I:
Ghorus 35"'lN'lcssinli" 21 Junior Bus
fkcthall 1, 2.
Willard Munrow Howard, Jr.
Intramural Sports l. Z: Lntin Clulx
2, 3: Student Administration Din' 3.
Betty Geraldine Hart
Intramural Sports 1, 25 Basketball
"B" Team 25 Football Sponsor 2, 3:
Tri-in-Y 1, 2, 3, 4g Monitor 3, 4,
French Club 2, 3, Secretary 2, Vice-
President 34 Student Govemment
Dance Committee 2, 35 Home Room
Secretan' l, Vice-President 29 CAN-
NoN Rrsvoxvr Reporter 3, Girls' Sports
Editor 45 Student Administration
Day I, 39 Junior Plav Stage Crew 3.
Thomas Edgar Hartis
Intramural Sports 1, 25 Hi-Y l,
2, 4, Bible Club 4: Session House
3, 4: Home Room Reporter 3.
Franklin Delano Hobbs
junior Varsitv Football 2.
Intramural Sports l, 2, 45 Tri-Hi-Y
2, 3, 45 F.H.A. 3, 45 G.A.A. 49
Session House 39 Fashion Show 3:
Student Administration Dav 1, 3.
Intramural Sports I, 2.
Ilonor Soeietv 2, 3, 4, Secretory 4:
llrzunuties Club 4: Cbemistrv Club
43 l,1IlIl1 Club l. 2: I,lln'1irv K lub 43
Nlixenl Chorus 3, 4: Soeiail Slnnnlamls
Conlierence 1: ,luuior Plan' KVIIIIIIIIII
Frances Lorena Jenkins
'l'ri Ili Y 45 Librnrv Club 4, 4:
Bible Club 1, 4: Cbemislrx' Club 4:
Spanish Club 4, 4: I'Imuuencement
Xlnrslull .43 Sl1lw1'l:lliYe 4.
Bobby Ray Julian
junior Varsity lfootbnll I, Ynrsitv
2. 4, 4. CoCupta1in 4: lI1lI'2IIIIlII'1Il
Sports I. 1, 14, -lg lliY I, 2, 4, 4:
Nlonograun Club 2, 14, 4, Presiclenl
4: Student lloxernment Dance Com
mittee 1, ,4, 4.
Janie Dickson Kale
Xlonitor .4, 41 cll'lCIUlHlI'Y Club
lrezusllrer 4: l.nlin Club 4, 4: Sex
sion llouwe 2: llolue llomu I,l'i'SlLll'lIl
4: lluml I, 2: Orelieslru I, 1, 4, 4:
"l'oresl l'rinee" I: "Vl'nlIL Dreaun"
2: "Messinli" I. 2: Sluilenl ,hlmin
isuuulion Dan' I: ,lunioi'Senior Dance
Committee 4: ,'XllStz1te f,l'L'lIl'Sll'2I 2,
4: .XllfSoutlu-rn f,I'L'lIL'5ll'Zl 2: CANNIW
I4l-vom' Iidirorinl Stull' 3, Business
Stull 4: Class Prophet 4.
Trilliel Z, fl, 4: Monitor 4. 4:
l,:utin Club Presirlvnt l: Stuilenl Gov,
ernment Dnnee Committee 2, 14, 43
I'nsbion Show 4: Student .MIminis-
lrntion Dan' Ig juniorSenior Ilunee
Committee: Senior junior Committee:
junior Clnss Pbn' Committee: l7.lI..'X.
Barbara Elena Lamb
Cbemistrv Club 4: Iinsliion Show
I: CZKNNUN Rr:-on'r Reporter 4, 4.
Betty Jean Jackson
Mixed Chorus Z: HAlL'SSliIllH 2
Bible Club lg I.ibr:u'x Club 4: Stu
dent .xlllltllllhlfilllltll Ilan' I, fl: jun
iorSL'niur Dance Coluluittve 4: .kssisl
:ml llzlskelbzlll Nlzuulgel' 1, 4. .Xlalu
Joyce Evelyn Johnson
lntraunurul Sports I: 'l'rilliY ,4
4: librnrx Club 4: lfnsbion Sbow 1
junior Senior Ilauiee Committee 4
'ilunleul .Xclminislraltiou Dan 4.
James E. Kale, Jr.
junior Ifoollmll Z. Yairsiti' 4. 4
Nlonogrum Club 4: Chemistry Club
4: l.utin Club 2. 4: Session Ilouse l
4: llome llomn Sevret:u'v fl: llum
I. 2, 4: junior Senior llzmee Com
Verona Belle Kearney
lI1II'illIllII'ill Sports I. 2: C.,'K.,X. .Z
4. 4: l.uliu Club 4: Student Govern
mem Ilunee Committee 4, 4, Girls
Nancy Ruth Knight
'l'r:msl'e1'recl llrovu .Xuror.u, Colornmlo
lg .Xrt Club I: llome Room Yice
Presirleni ig 'I'ri-Ili Y 4: 'hemistrx
tu A o lui
Club 4: I.ibrzu'x' Club 4: Gi' s' C us
4. 4: ,lui 'rr S -nic I' C I
tum' 5, , . I U
jf QM, f
Barbara Joan Lee
'I'runsl'errerI lrom Imulis Z.
Marshall James Lee
Betty Colleen Lentz
Art Club -l.
Gail Lineba rrier
'l'ransl'errcd from Lenoir '
Sebool 33 Student Adtninistratitp
tm sg tittt-twig pmt. 3. 41
matics Clubs . 17tisli Club X
Q, E a S iw
Lx 'lk X: x
X Burma Louise Lttt e'---..
Ulee Club I: Cirls' Chorus 2.
'l'ransl'erretl front Central. Char-
lotte :lg junior Cheerleader 4: 'l'ri lli-
Y fl, -lg Monitor fl, -lg lfrenclt Club
3: Student Government Dance Com
mittee 3, -lg junior Senior Committee
fl, Social Committee -lg Superlative
-lg Art Club -l.
Camilla Gayle Lumsden
Intramural Sports lg lfootball Spon-
sor lg 'l'rifIli-Y 2, 3, -lc Monitor 3.
-4: Spanish Club 3. -l. Secretary' 3:
llome Room llll'l'1lSlIl'k'l' l. 2. Secretart'
3, lland 2. rl, -lg Oreltestra 1, 2,
-lt Mixed Chorus -lc Operetta l, Z:
llantl Seeretarv'l'reasttrer 3, -lc All
State Orebestra 1. 3, -l. :Xll-Soutlu-rn
1, 3, -lg "Memories ol' Yaudet'ille"
'Q "Nessialt" l, 2: Senior l'oetn Cont
Baseball 2, 3, -lg Monogratn Club
2, 3, -lg llome Room Treasurer 3:
Intramural Sports l, LZ: Student Ad-
Intramural Sports l, 2: Session
Georgia Camellia Linker
Tri-Ili-Y -lg F.ll..'K. I, Z, 3, 45
Camera Club -lg C.1X.1X. lg Battkimg
Wanda K. Loftis
Bible Club 25 Art Club 4.
Intramural Sports lg Camera Club
3, -lg Student Administration Day
lg Stage Crew l, 2, 3, -l.
Connie Sue Lumsden
Spanish Club -lg Session llouse
I, -lg Ilome Room President 2, Sec-
retarv -lg Hand 2, 3, 49 Oreltestra 1,
2, 3. -l, Secretary 3, All-State l, 2, 3,
-l, All-Southern 2, 3, -lg Operetta l,
25 Student Administration Day 1, 35
"Swingsters" 2, 3, "Messiah" l, 2.
Tri-llifY 3, 45 Latin Club 35 Stu-
dent Government Dance Commit
Tri-lli-Y 2, 3, 45 Bible Club 3,
4, 'Treasurer 35 Office Page 45 Ses-
sion House 35 llome Room Vice
Intramural Sports I5 Ili-Y l, 2,
3, 4, Vice-President 2, 3, Pro.-sitlent
45 Monitor 45 Chemistrv Club -la
Latin Club 45 Student Council 45
Session llouse 3, 45 llome Room
President 45 Vice-President Junior
Class 35 Vice-President Senior Class
45 Vice-President Student Bndv 45
Band I, 2, 3, 45 C,tNNoN llliifom'
lleporter 3, Circulation Manager 4,
Business Stat? 45 Stage Crew Z5
Superlative 45 Student Administra
tion Day' 35 Career Dav Committee
35 Junior-Senior Dance Committee
Football Sponsor l5 'l'ri'lli'Y l, 4:
Latin Club 15 French Club 35 Stu-
dent Government Dance Committee
45 Art Club 45 Home lloom Treas-
urer l5 Student Administration Dav 3.
Mary Naomi McWhorter
F.H.A. 25 Bible Club 2, 3, 45
Chemistrv Club 45 Spanish Club 4.
Bobby Ray Menius
lntramural Sports l, 2, 35 Student
Administration Dav 35 Home Room
James Lanier McCarty
lntramural Sports I5 Spanish Club 3.
lli-Y 3. 45 Model Airplane Club
4, 4, President 35 Chetuistrv Club
45 Spanish Club 45 Latin Club Yiee
President Z: Session llouse 15 Stu
den! Government Dance Committee
l, 45 Band I, 1, 35 llome llooiu
Treasurer 45 CANNON lhavorrr' Ile-
porter 4. Music liditor 45 Student
.Xdministration Dat' 3: Stage Crew
4: Song Committee 4.
lflrlllrx l, 2: Bible Club 3, 4:
Spanish Club 45 Session llouse lg
Clee Club lg Cirls' Chorus 2.
Intramural Sports I5 junior Var
sitv l, 25 llifY 25 Session llouse lg
Freshman Class Treasurer l.
Francis Clyde Melton
Intramural Sports 15 Yarsitx' Foot.
ball 35 Spanish Club 4.
Camera Club 3, 4. Vieel'resident
3, Presitlent 45 Model .Xirplane Club
3, 4, Vice-President 35 Chemistry'
Club 45 Spanish Club 45 Student
Government Dance Committee 45
llantl I, 2, 3. 45 Mixed Chorus l.
1, 3, 45 Operetta I. Z5 Stage Crew
4. 45 Superlatives 4: "Messiah" l,
Z. 35 Song Committee 4.
Mildred Ruth Miller
lloine llooin Vice-Presiilent l:
l7.ll.:X. lg Stuilvnt Ailtninistration
Dat' lg liasltion Show l: llible Club
2, 3, 4, Vice President 3, President 3:
l.atin Club Delegaitt' 2. 3: Secretary
South l'iev.linont District llible Clubs
Harold David Moose
lli-Y l, 2, 3g Session llouse l.
Student Administration Dav 3:
lliblt' Club 4: Art Club 4.
Intramural Sports lg 'l'rilli-Y l.
2, 3. 4. Vieel'resitlent 2, Secretary
3, Delegate l, 3: Monitor 3, -lg
li.ll.A. l, Z, 3g liashion Show li
l.ibrarv Club 2, 3, Delegate 3:
Spanish Club 4g Stutlent Govern
:nent Dance Committee l, 1, 3. 42
lloine Room Vice-President l: CAN-
NoN llizvoiri' Reporter 4g Fashion
Show 2g Student Administration Dat'
l, 3g Socials Stanilarils Conference 2.
Intramural Sports lg Bible Club 2, 4.
Tri-lli-Y 3, 4: Camera Club 4g
Student Government Dance Commit'
tee 4g llomu lloom Treasurer 1, 2,
Sveretarv 3g Dperetta 2: Chorus l.
2g flANNON IXIEPUIYI' Reporter 4.
Dale J. Mills
Monitor 4g Latin Club President
2: Session llouse 2g Banking Club
Vice-President 45 llomc Room Presie
tlent 3, llantl 2, 3, -Og Orchestral 2,
3, All-State 2, 3, All-Southern 25
"Su'ingsters" 2, 3, 4g Operetta 2g
Student Administration Day 3.
lf.ll.:X. 2, Mixed Chorus 1, 24
Bible Club 4g Ar! Club 2g Glee Club
lg Cirls' Chorus 25 Banking Club 4.
Billie Jo Mullis
Art Club 4.
Jeri Ramona Murph
Librarv Club 4g Art Club 49 Girls'
lliAY 2g Bible Club Ig Session
llouse 2, 3g Band l, 2, 3, 4.
Johnny Monroe Nussman
Intramural Sports lg Spanish Club
3g Senior-junior Dance Committee 33
lhunkimg Club -lg Bible Club 5, -l
Ie to lxltllllll llollx' 3.
nie Gaynell Osborne
Librnrv Club -lg lloxne lloorn llef
3, Seerelnr '-'l'r -1 J -' .g Mixed
porter X 1 isuru 1
Chorus lg l7nshiun Show 1, :lg Stu
:lent .hill1IlI1lSll'llllllI1 Dux' l.
Sharon Helena Owings
sm' . :
lI1'l'1llI1lll'iIl Sports lg lltkllllilll Spun
4 'l'ri lli-Y -lg Olliee Page rl:
Club I, 2: Student Govern-
ment Dance Committee I, 2, -l
Room lleporter l, 33 lluncl 2.
.lg Orchestral I, 2, 3, -lg Operettal l
2g Murslml ig Student .hlminislranion
llxlv lg junior llnv Cmnmittee 5:
"Nlessiulx" I, lg Art Club -lg Junior
Dnliee Committee 3g Senior
Dzlnee Committee -lg Social
Slaimlamls Conference 2.
llible Club 3.
Hilda Marie Pennington
'nainvi 1 4 rnx a 4
' , ..., Q '. .I . . ,
Camera Cluh -lg G..'X..'X, I, 2g Chvln
lub -lg Chorus I, 2, 3: Oper-
ettu 2: Fashion Show I.
Faye Elaine Petreo
Lihrnrv Club lg l7.ll.A. 2, Trens
urer 3, Vice-President 4, Delegate
2, 3: Chemistry' Club 3g Stage
ian..-x. 2. umm- emi. 2.
lic aroline Overcash
'i-l 3, 4, Treasurer 4. Chop
I 2, 31 Monitor 5, -lg llible Club
2, 3, Reporte -lg llolne Ronin See
remrv l, Vie 'President 3g Spanish
-Club -lg Slum nt Governxnent Dnnee
Coxnl 'I ' Dedication Conunil-
ee . . 'wshion Show :lg ,lun-
ue or n Tc 1 it ge fl: junior
'ln on I
l.z1tin Club 2: lnlrznnuml Sports.
lfoolbull Sponsor l, 2, 3, 43 Tri
Ili-Y l, 2. 3, 43 Spanish Club -lg
Session House lg Student Govern
rnenl llunee Committee 4: Home
Room Treasurer l. Vice-President 2:
linnrl 2. 3: Oruliestra l, 2, 3, All-
Soutbern 2g Musie lizlueutor National
Convention, St. Louis. Missouri 3g
"Messiah" l. 2g Operetlu l, 2:
"Sn'ingsters" lg Junior-Senior IJZIFIL1'
Lou Jean Pethel
Banking Club 4.
Libmn' Cluh 2, 3g liible Club 2,
3: junior Pluv Marshal 3: Spanish
Club 2: Intramural Sports I.
Gail Ann Phillips
'l'ri-lli-Y l. 2, 3. -lg llclcgaltc' lo
liloruncc, S. C., lntcrstatu Conlcrcncu
1. l'rt-sinh-nt 2, 'l'rt-asurcr 3: Monitor
-l, -l: Spanish Club llcportvr -l: Sass
sion lloust' 3: Stuglvnt Clou'rtiint'nl
Dancc Connnittvc lg :l. -l: llonw
llooni llrcsitlont lg Yin-l'l't-siilvxit 1,
Sccrt-tarx -lg Ilctlication clUllllllllIt'C 4:
"Messiah" lg C.xNNoN Rn-our llusi
ncss Stall' -l, .Xtlxurtising Xlanagvr -l:
liashion Show I. 1: juniorScnior
Dancu cil!lllllllll1't' ,ig junior Pla:
lfointnitluu 5: Banking Club Pri-si
4ll'l1l -ll 'Xrt Club lg -l.
Nell Louise Pope
4l'ransl'urrctl from llranitr lalls
High School 1: Caine-ra Club -l:
l,ilu'arx' Club 4: Stutlvnl Govcrliint-nl
Daiwa l'UIlllHlllL'L' -lg Chvtnistrx' Club
-lg Latin Club 2, 3: .Xrt Club -l:
juniorScnior Dann' Coxnmittcv 4.
Johnnie Bryce Richardson
lflicvrlcarlcr 3: Intramural Sports
2, fl, -l: junior Vursitx llasvball 2:
lli Y lg 3. 4, Vicc llrcsiilvnt 4: Span
ish Club -lg llonw llooin Prusitlcnt
4: junior Class lllav Comtnitlvv 4.
intramural Sports l: junior Var
sitv Football 3. Varsity -l: liiblc Club
lg l.alin Club 3: QYCIIIICIZI Club -lg
Sturh-nl Govt'rninv.'nt Dann- Coin
lllllll'0 -lg Chorus -l: juniorSr-nior
Daiwa cllllllIllllll't' 'vc junior Class
lllav Comluillcc 3.
S. L. Robinette
Intramural Sports l, l.
Barbara Jean Rogers
'l'ri-lli-Y lg 2: Library Club 4:
Spanish Club lg 3: Stuilvnt Council
lg Slllllvlll Con-rnxm-nt Ilancu Coin
initlcc lg fl, -lg llonu- llooni Prcsi
dont l, Sl'k'l'k'lill'X l: llancl fl, -l: .Xltcr
nah' llantl Sponsor 5, Sponsor -l.
Intramural Sports l. 2: Vl'rilli-Y
I, 1, -l, Yicc-l'rt-sitlcnt I, 'l'rvasurt-r
lg Library Club fl, -l. llrvsnlt-nl -l:
Iilblv l lub -l: l.1lilll C lub 1, 3: Sus
ion llousi' lg Sutlunl llcnornlncnt
D.incv Conuniltm- -l: lim-It-gala lo
Stole Iliblt- Co11I't'l'cliCc -lg llomc
llooni llvI'L'llhlll'L'l' l, lit-porter lg Vict-
l'ro.'simlvnt 'lg xll Clllb -l: U..-X..Xg lg
Bettie Nell Rhyne
lfootball Sponsor :lg 'lirillil' fl:
Library Club -l: Stutlcnt Kitn'crnnu'nt
Cotninittvc -lg Chorus lg 2. 3: Upcr
utla 1: junior Class Plgn' Cotnmittoc
lg Spanish Club 1.
Jean Irene Riggs
liuuiliall Sponsor ig 'l'rilliY l,
Z, fl. -lg Librarx Club -l: lliblv Club
l: Spanish Club -la Siurlunt Govt-rn
IIIUIH llanct' cllllllllllllli' 2, 5, -lg Nlixutl
lhorus 2. 3, -lc Opt-rt-tin I, 2:
"Xin-ssiah" 2, 3: jlIl1lill'Sl'l!llll' Danu-
Peggy Louise Robinette
lrllll-X l. 2. fl, -l: l.atin Clllb
l, 1, Sa'1.'l't'lai'N' lg Sturlcn! Govern
nwnl Ccnninitlvt' 2, 3, -lg llumu Room
Prcsitlvpt I. ScL'rt'tarv 2, il-l'l'ilhlIl'l'I'
3, -ll llantl l, 2. 3, -lf. Sponsor l, 2,
Mziiorctlv 3. -lg Chorus l, 2, 3:
Opt-rulla l. 2: junior-Senior Dann'
Colnmittcv fl: Supl-rlntivc -l: junior
Class l'lav Comlnittvv fl: Marshal
Opurvlla 2: HAll'5hlllllH lg 2, 3.
junior Yarsitv llaskuiball 3, -ll
clIL'I1llSll'Y Club -lg Spanish Club 3:
Student .Xtlininistration Dax' 3: Son
ior-junior Danu' clUIl'lllllll.l'C 3: lliY
llanct- Commitu-c fl: lnlrnnniral
junior Yursilx' Football 2: lntruf
Illllfill Sports I, Z: Clicvrlwulcr 3. 4:
Ill 1 1, 3, 4: Monitor 3, 4, Cbicl' 4:
SL-ssion Ilousc 2, 5: Iliblc Club 4:
Stumlvnt Government Dance' Commit-
tcc 4: junior Sunior Ilailwc Connnitf
It-c fl: Iloinc Room Vim'-I'rcsiclcnt 4:
.Xrt Club 3, 4: junior Clnss Plan'
If.II..'X. I, 2: llurnc llooln View
President 2: Sluzlvnt .XKIIIIIIIISIFAIIIUII
Nancy Jo Safrit
'l'rifIIiY 4: il..'X..X, I: Monitor 3,
4: Clwtnistrx' Club 4: SITIIIIISII Club
4: S1-ssion Ilousc I, 2: Sllltlcnt Clov-
crnmv.-nt Ilnncu Collllnitlev 4: blixvrl
Chorus 1, 5, 4: "All-ssiail1" 1:
Margaret Ellen Sechler
lioolbzlll Sponsor 3: 'llri Ili-Y 5, 4:
Ilrunnitics Club 4: Spanish Club 4:
Stuclunl ciUVL'l'lIllK'l1I Dunu' Commit-
wv 2, fl, 4: junior Svnior llccoruling
Connniltcv fl: Senior junior Dvcornt
ing Committee 4: junior Cluss Plan'
Stzuy: Crvn' 5.
lliblu Club 5, 4: Spanish Club 4.
Nancy Ellen Shelf
lntrzlmurnl Sports I : lfootbull
Sponsor 3: lf.Il..'X. I, 1, fl, 4, Trcus
urur 1, Yicn-Prcsiclcnt 4, Prcsirlenl
4: Monitor 3, 4: I,l'1lII'l2lIlL'S Club 3:
Spanish Club 3: Sltulunt Council 2:
Session llousv 1, 4: Stunlv.-nt Govern'
nu-nt 'l'rv.-nsurvr 2: C,xNNoN Illfvolu'
.Xlulnni llnlitor 4: "'I'ln'rc Clo 'llbm'
Groolnsu Cust 4: Sllpvrlntivv 4:
Ilrznnatics Plan' Mnrsbnl 3: Senior-
junior lluncu: Connnittcc 4.
'l'r:rn:.l'ri'rctl from l.nntlis 3: junior
Clwurlt-nth-r 4: lJr:nnutics Club 4:
Spanish Club 4: Student Cow.-rn
Il'li'IIl Ilnncu Conunitlcu 4: junior
Clnss Plan Comlnittct- 4.
Phyllis Dare Safrit
Ilolnu llooln lluportvr I. Pr1.'siclL'ni
31 Ilnntl I, Z. 4, 4: 'l'riIliY I, 4.
Sccrclurx' I: .XTI Club 1, 4, Prcsi
mlvnt 1: Opvrvllu Xlnrslml I: Svssion
Ilousm- 2: lfootbnll Sponsor 1: junior
Plan' Xlurslnrl ig Orclwstrzx 3, 4: Stu
tlcnt Cort-rmmwnt Ilnnu- Connnittvt'
3, 4: Snunisb Club 4, 4: junior'
Senior llnncv Coinlnitlcv 4: St-nior
junior lluncu Coinmittuc 4: CIIIIIICTJI
Club 4: Social Stallnlurnls ConI'v.'r
Rex Nelson Savage '
Intrxnnurzrl Sports 1, 4, 4: junior
Yursilx' llnsclmll 1: junior Vursitv
llnslwtlmll 4, Yurwizx' 4: Yzirsitv Ilnsv
bull 4: Ili-3 1, S, 4: l.:rtin Club
1, 4, Ilcportcr 4: Session Ilousc 4:
llonn' Room I,l'CSltI1'I1I I: llulnl I, 1,
rl, 4: Orclwstm 4: "Sn'ingstcrs" 4.
Ramona Dare Self
Ilonor Sor'u'tv 4, 4: lrl III 1 I, 1.
4. 4, Cbupluin 1, l'rc'sizlcnt 5, Yicc
Prvsitlcnt 4: Quill :intl Scroll 3, 4.
9Sccrct:il'x' 4: Cliulnislrx' Club 3, 4:
Lznin Club I, 1, YiccPrL-sitlcnt 2:
Session Ilousc I: N.C.S.P.l. utCl1:lpL'l
Ilill 4: Ilmnc Room Ilcportcr I, 2:
Sucrvturv SL-nior Clnss 4: CIANNUN Ilill
von" Reporter 3, Co Ilulitnr 4: Stu
lunt .Xtlin'1istrntion Ilan' I. 3: Curvcr
, Jzn' 3: unior SL-nior Dance Com
A I ,
N mill - 3: Tamnnvnccnn-nt Nlnrslml 5:
X. uni Ilkn' Comxnittuv 3: Scnior
X int Il' 11' Coinxnittcv 4: Supcrlu
YC . n
- o L. Shaver, Jr.
N. ' Ili Y 1.
N, N ancy lLee Shepherd
I I Y 1, 3, -I: llonor Socivtv
2. 4, , Pri-sitlunt 4, Dclugzltc to
ta 0 Conn-ntion 1. 3: Ullico Pzugr
:lc Club 1, 5. 4. St-crctnrv
'ca rs-r 1, fl: junior Plan' lllllllllill
lcv 5 I:.II..'X. 1, 4. SL'CrChlrV 33
liunking Club 4: C..-X..'X. I: Ilonn'
llooin YiL'm'I'rcsiclul1t I, fl. St-crcturv
1, vII'k'IlhlIfl'l' 4: Studi-nt .'xtllllIIlISlfll
tion Ilan' 3: lfzisbion Show 2. fl:
junior Plan' Murslml 3: junior Scnior
lJ.1ncu Coinmillcu 3.
Mildred Lucille Sherrill
Intramural Sports I, 2, 3, -li
I3.lI.A. fl, -lg C.A.A. 2, 3, -lg Librarv
Club 2, 3, 4, Bible Club 2, 3, 4.
Delegate Bible Club Convention, Gas-
tonia 3, Bible Club Convention Re-
porter, Gastonia 3, District Bible
Club Convention, Salisburv 2. Kan-
napolis 2, Morrow Mountain 25 CAN-
NDN Iluvotrt' Business Stall 2, 3. 4:
Student Covernment Dance Commit'
ll:-I I. 2. fl, 4, President 2, 3:
Chemistry Club -lg Session Ilouse -lg
Student Government Dance Commit-
tee l, 2, rl, 4, llome Room President
I, 25 Band I, 2, 3, -lg Orchestral 4:
"Swingsters" 45 Stage Crew Ig junior
Class Plat' Committee AI.
Intramural Sports Ig Junior Var-
sity Baseball Z, 35 Camera Club 3:
Ilome Room President lg Session
Intramural Sports lg F.II.A. I:
Librarv Club 3, Chemistrv Club -I:
Mixed Chorus 4, Iunior Plat' Mar-
Helen Marie Sloop
Intramural Sports lg F.ll.A. l. 2.
3, Delegate 2: Librarv Club 3: Stu-
dent Administration Dav I.
Jimmy Ray Smith
Varsitv Football I: Intramural
Sports lg Session Ilouse I: Student
Administration Dav 3: Latin Club -I.
Jerry Lee Shinn
Transferred from Ilampton Iligh 4.
Bible Club 2, 3, Latin Club I, 23
Ilome Iloom Ollicer l, 2: Junior Class
Plav Committee fl.
Mary Anais Simmons
Betty Ann Sloop
ramural Sports I, I7.II.A. l, 2,
3, Quill and Scroll 3. -l, Vice-Presb
dent -lg Bible Club 3: Banking Club
Reporter -I: Session Ilousc -lg Chorus
"Messiah" Zg CANNON REPORT
Reporter 3, News Iitlitor -lg Fashion
Show Z3 Student Adtninistration Dav
3: Comtnencement Marshal 3.
. f, , jV,f' if
41! if Y" ff, I Xf
.1 ' I . JZ
rf, ,iffy Af, fi '
.fd fl " JJ ' 11,
' V 'V
4 ,J 7 K
Intramural Sports I, lg Session
Ilouse I, 2, 3: llome Room Vice
Ircsitlcnt I: Siudent :Xtltninistration
Phyllis Sylene Spry
hlllllltll' XAITSIIV l3asketball I, Var
sltv Z. 'l, 4: K-..-X.,X. l, 3, 4. Pres:
'Iiransferretl from l.amlis 4, Ilra
matics Club 4: llome Room Sec
retart' Ig juniorSenior Dance Com
Shirley Frances Stevens
Intramural Sports I. 2: llaslxellmall
"ll" learn 2: 'l'rilliY I: Cl.,X..X
I: Monitor 5, 4: llible Club 5, 4
llome Room Reporter 3: Mixe.l
Chorus 2: "Messiah" 2: junior Plat
Marshal 3: .Xrt Club 5. 4.
Priscilla Frances Teague
llible Club 1, 4: Spanish Club -l. 4
Dorothy Jeanette Tilley
llilltlsllhl Club Secretary' 4: Ses
sion llotlse 1: llome Room Secretary
1. 4l'I'l'1lSIII'Cl' 4: l'asl1ion Show l. ll
Stutlent .Mlministration llav I, 3:
-luniorSenior llanee Committee fl.
V' o Vi ' - J
of f t
Henry eid Tucker
'I lli Y I: Camera Club S, 4, Presi
tlent fl, llramatics Club 3, Stage
Crew 2. fl, 4, Manager 3. 4: Art
Betty Frances Stafford
'I'ransl'erretl from Chicago 3: Dra
matics Club 3: Library Club 4:
llome Room xlICL'pI't'Sl4lt'I!l fl, 4'
"'l'bere Co The Grooms" Cast fl:
Senior Superlativc 4: Sesouieenten
nial Queen 3: Dramatics Play' Mar
sltal 5: junior Senior Dance Com
Mattie Anne Sta rnes
l'.ll.,X. I: Ilible Club 2: Latin
Club I: Mixed Chorus I, 2: "Mes
sinh" l. 2: Dramatics Club -l.
Charles Ray Taylor
II:-I I, 2. 3: Latin llub fl. 4:
Student Covcrnntent Dance Commit
tee 2, 3. 4: llome Room 'l.I'l'AISllI'CI'
I. 2: llanil 5, 4: l'SH'lI1QSll'I'5l' 3:
Xlixetl Chorus I, 2, fl: Operetta I,
Z: Ilome Room President I: Student
,Xclministration Dat' I: Stage Crew
I: Cbemistrv Club 2: Ilome Room
Reporter Z: juniorSenior Dance
lfl-lllrh I, 2. 5. 4, Secretary I.
Delegate to Iloelxt' Mount I: l7.ll..'X.
I. 2, 3. 4: lfasliion Show I, lg Nloni
tor 3. 4: Librarv Club K: Spanish
Club 4: junior I'lav Committee 3:
Stutlen! Government Dance Commit
tee 2, 3, 4: llome Iloom President
I, Vice-Presitlent 23 Student .Mlmin
istration Dax l: Social Slantlarcls Con-
Helen Hazeline Troutman
f'L1tl'ttlySpp4llffn1'ls I: l'.ll..'X. I, Z,
3114, Secrelztrvylv ll.t'porter 4, llele
Llnlte to Ztfielegate to .Xlbe
i11:lrlt"'?.'Dp'lt-gat!! to Concord 4:
lf1u1l,j11QfClub'-I: G..'X.:X. l, lg Bible
Club 5, '-lfjlome Room Seeref
tart' l,uklMft'f 4? CaNNoN lllfvom'
lleporter 3: Ciommencement Marshal
3: lfasllion Show I.
Joyce Mackelene Tucker
Intramural Sports l: 'liri-Ili-Y 3,
4, Cbaplain 4, llelegate to Interstate
Conference, Spartanburg, S. C. 4:
Chemistry Club 3. 4, Reporter 4:
latin Club I. 2: Ilome Room Ile
porter 3, Secrctart' 4: Senior Poem
Committee 4: CANNoN Rl'l'0ll'l' Ile-
porter fl. Feature litlitor 4: Junior
Senior Dance Committee fl: Senior
junior Dance Committee 4.
Ii.ll.xX. I: 1: Junior Plan' Klairsliol
3: Banking Club Treasurer 4.
Frances Darlene Vinson
'l'mnsl'ei'red from Lamdis 3.
Margaret Irene Walker
umm- ciui. 5.
Lilla Jean Walters
llilile Club 2, 3, 4, Delegate to
Gastonia: Z. Nt. llollv 3: Mixel
Chorus l, l. 3: "Messiah" 1, 2.
Bible Club I: Intramural Sports
l, Z: llome lloom Yiee-President l.
Ruby Josephine Weddington
Intramural Sports I: Junior Ynr
sity llnslxetknll 2, 3: 'l'ri-Ili-Y 2, 3.
4. Cliopbin-3: Cl..X..X. 3, 4: Monitor
3, 4: Draunutivs Club 4: Utliec Page
4gISponish Cllb 3, 4. Rl'l10ItL'l,,35
Student 1 Govern ment ,Dmiee Com
f , .
mittee 4: Home Room 'llluusurer 3:
,Iuniot-Senior Vllbnee Comniimf 3.
Q, . a
. N N
Q ,hi .1 x
Mary Ann Vickers
Tri-Ili-Y 3. 4: lf.Il.,X. 2, 3, 4,
Clmploin 4. Delegate to Roleiglt 2.
3, Albenmrle 3: l.ibrorv Club 4:
Spanish Club 3, 4: Student Govern'
ment Dimee Committee 4: llome
lieonomies Award Z.
Sally Sides Wagner
Orchestra I. 2. 3, 4: linnd 3, 4.
Klaiioretle 3, 4: Rlixeil Chorus 2, 4:
'Iiri lli Y l, 4: "Swingsters" 4: Ses
sion llouse 3: l7reneh Club Z, 3,
President 2, 'Ireosurer 3: .XllSlote
Oreliestrn, St. Louis 3: Dramizities
Club 4: CANNUN lliii-oilT Business
Stull' 1. 3. 4: Student llireetor Junior
Plan' 3: llome Room President 4:
Student .Xdministrolion Dov 3: "Mes
sinh" I, 2: Opereltn 2. 3: Student
Ciovernltient Doiice Commillel' 4:
Senior Song Committee 4: Junior
Senior Dance Committee 3: Delegate
to Soeiol Standards Dov. Greens
lotromurol Sports lg lli'Y 4: Mimi'
lor 3. 4: Drnmulics Club 4: Spanish
Club 3, 4, Vice-President 3: Session
llouse I: llome Room President 3,
YlCt,"l,l'l'Sllll'l1l I: Delegate to N. C.
S.P.l., Chapel llill 4: Chief Com'
meneement Marshal 3: Senior Poem
Committee Chairman 4: LNANNON
i.i-our Business Manager 4: Student
l.'hilll'liI1l.SIl'2lllUll Dm' I. 3: "There Go
Grooms" Cast 3: Senior Super
lotive 41" ,
Model Airplane Club 4: l.ibrzlrY
Club -lg Chemistrv Club 3, 4, Second
Yice-l'rvsident 3: Stage Crew 4.
Martha Jean Watts
Intramural Sports l: Tri-Ili-Y Z.
3, 4: Librnrv Club 3: llible Club 2.
3: Student Government Dzmee Com-
mittee 4: CANNON llifvom' Reporter
lotrnmurnl Sports I. 1.
Cheerleader 2, 3, 4, Chief 43 lli-Y
l, 2. 3, Drunmtics Club 5, Student
Govt-rninent Dance Committee l, 2,
3, 4, Mixed Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4,
UDCYCNII l, 2: "There Co The
Croomsn Cast 3.
Ellen Elizabeth Wilson
Session llouse 2g Fztshion Show 2,
Latin Club Z, Chemistry Club 3, -lg
Czimern Club 4.
Jo Ann Woolard
lntramurzil Sports lg l7.ll.A. lg
Tri-lli-Y I, 2: Librorv Club 3: Latin
Club l, 2, Session llouse 43 llome
lloom Treasurer l, Reporter lg lfosli-
ion Show 2: Student :Xdministrution
Dov l, 1: CTommcncement Marshall 3.
mmt- c-11.1, 2, 3, .rm Club 4.
Spanish Club 3. 4.
Sonja Joann Youngs
Intramural Sports l, 2: Tri-lli'Y
ll l7.ll.fX. l, 2. 3, 4: Spanish Club
l: Student Government Dance Com
mittee -lg Home Room Sccretorv l.
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"Memories of Vaiudevillen 2.
Eula Mae Wyatt
Bible Club 2, 3: Girls' Chorus 3,
4: "Nlessiah" 3.
Betty Jean Wyke
F.H.A. 2, 3, 4.
Norma Peninger Yoos
Chorus l, 2: Dmmatics Club 4,
Librarv Club l.
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CANNON MILLS COMPANY
EL SS PHUPHEEY
About two weeks ago I made my
debut as a promising ballet dancer
with a small troupe in New York City.
VVe had booked several more perform-
ances and were traveling by plane. Our
next stop was to have been North
Carolina, and I was looking forward
to seeing some of my friends there. VVC
had plane trouble over Virginia and
crashed just outside of Richmond. Suf-
fering from a brain concussion, I lapsed
into a coma. While I was in this coma,
I saw all the members of my graduating
class at VV. Cannon High School.
After completing his course at the
Baptist Seminary in Louisville, Ken-
tucky, Tommy Hartis had become a
great evangelist. Assisting him with the
music were Eleanor Foil and Mary Ann Vickers. Nancy
Shepherd was a youth leader and Doris Huneycutt
was a choir director in a Baptist church.
Three of my classmates, Phyllis Safrit, Ann Keziah,
and Rebecca Phillips had won international fame as
artists, while Nell Pope was a sculptor of modern arts.
Floyd Davis and Jo Ann Woolard sketched comic strips
for the New York Sunday News.
The teaching profession was well represented by the
class of '5l. Zeb Bradford was superintendent of city
schools in Kannapolis. Grammar school teachers in-
cluded Frances Jenkins, Helen Troutman, and Gail
Linebarrier. Teaching in high schools were Betty Col-
lins, Evelyn Garriss, Janice Wood, Sara Carpenter,
and Annie Lou Cook. James Waller was a teacher of
mathematics at Davidson College.
In the held of medicine I saw John Blount as a
pediatrician, Joyce Tucker as an obstctrician, Nancy
Jo Safrit as a psychiatrist, and Darwin McCombs as a
brain surgeon. Dressed in nurses' white uniforms were
Alice Overcash, Ruby Weddington, Bertie Mae Helms,
Jackie McCombs, Camellia Linker, Ellen VVilson, Birma
Little. and Margaret Ellen Sechler.
Danny Gray, a well-known lawyer, was seeing that
justice ruled. Others helping to protect society were
Bobert Gribble, who was an F.B.I. agent, and Bill
Howard and Donald Hinson, who were detectives.
Jimmy Lcntz and James Brown were chief and assistant
chief of police in Kannapolis and Willette Goins was
police matron. Checking parking meters in this grow-
ing town were Cladvs Nall and Mary Patterson. Ker-
mit Goble was a highway patrolman.
In thc remodeled and enlarged Bclk's in Kannapolis,
several of my classmates were emnloved as clerks. Mattie
Ann Starnes, Mary Fowler, and Sarah Moss worked
in the ladies' ready-to-wear department. Joyce Johnson
JANIE KAL E, Prophelesx
and Caynell Osborne sold cosmetics
and Lorene Bonds sold costume
Girls who graduated from Cannon
High and became secretaries in private
oflices were Dot Tilley, Betty Brawley,
Doris Jean Bange, Judy Allen, and
Head telephone operator for Concord
Telephone Company was Evelyn Baker.
Other girls who chose this occupation
were Morene Lunsford, Marlene Oak-
ley, Jeri Murph, and Sarah Chastain.
The new S and W Cafeteria in
Kannapolis had as its chief dietitian,
Faye Petrea. Working in the cafeteria
were Betty Cameron and Joann
Could anyone have imagined that Price Yates would
become a taxidermist? Assisting him in the mounting
of birds, animals, and I-ish were Benny Whitley and
L. Ptobinette. In an adjoining building was a pet shop
jointly owned by Jimmy Rogers and Kenneth Nall.
Peggy Robinette, after taking a special course in
ethics of personal beauty in New York City, opened
her own shop. Her manicurists were Bennie Baucom
and Jean Biggs, and giving facials were Peggy Edmis-
ton and Bettie Rhyne.
The textile industry furnished occupations for a
large number of the 1951 graduates. As time keepers in
various departments of Cannon Nlills I saw Joyce
McCollum, Mildred Miller, and Hazel Snipes. Over-
seers for the company included John Shaver, Jr., Jackie
Watson, and Ray McKinney. Heading the department
of accounting I saw Johnny Nussman. Others employed
by Cannon lNIiIIs were Helen Grass, Margaret Walker,
Barbara Lamb and Jeanette Morgan.
Odd and unusual careers were chosen by a number
of the male members of my graduating class. Eugene
Whittington was a famous magician, Jerry Lee Shinn
a ventriloquist, and Frenchie Davis was a trainer of car-
rier pigeons. Gilbert Watts was manufacturing a sure
cure for baldness.
The Raleigh News and Observer carried an inter-
esting sports column by Tommy Riggs. He wrote about
such outstanding athletes as baseball stars, Charles Lem-
ley and Grady Smith. Also mentioned in his columns
were football heroes Bobby Julian and Lee Fink. and
Floyd Echerd and Jerry Hollar, professional basketball
Away out in the Lone Star State on a big ranch.
I saw Billy Fulcher writing pay checks for his workers.
A few of them were Alpheus Ford, Charles Bass,
Bobby Menius, Delano Hobbs, and Donald Curley.
Making a fortune with his oil wells was Jimmy Smith.
I could tell that the United States would be well
prepared if there were another war, when I saw Ray
Barbee, L. Brooks, Winfred Bryant, Jimmy Lee,
and Joe Cavin in uniforms. Some of the girls in the
armed forces were Walterine Slawson, Donnie Phillips,
and Daphne Grimes. Donald Blanton and Harvey Sig-
mon were pilots for Eastern Airlines, and Mary Adams,
Gladys Grass, and Barbara Callicutt were airlines
Kannapolis was represented musically by Gwen
Peeler, who was touring the world giving violin con-
certs. Sally Wagner became an opera singer and Jimmy
Coggins was another Frank Sinatra. He had stiff com-
petition from Don Michael, an Irish tenor.
Serving as director of city school music in Kannapolis
was none other than Dale Mills. Leader of an all-girl
orchestra was Gayle Lumsden, and the Philharmonic
Orchestra claimed Connie Sue Lumsden as a cello
Appearing as a dance band leader was Lowell
Daniels. Among the members of the band were Jimmy
Kale, Kenneth Correll. Frank Coon, Jerry Sides, and
Gene McCombs. Vocalists with the band were Gurline
Compton and Nanette Davis.
I was surprised to see that Lena McKinley, Annie
Sue Adams, and Wanda Barlow were models for fash-
ion magazines. Photographers for some of these maga-
zines were Charles Castor and Bobby Bowles.
At a large girls' school in Massachusetts, Martha
Glosson appeared to be the Dean of Girls. As the door
of her office opened, out walked Gail Phillips. her
secretary. Teaching physical education at this school
were Phyllis Spry, Jimmie Gardner, and Barbara Beam.
The next scene carried me back to Kannapolis, where
I saw Rex Savage and Harlen Phillips operating a
chain of theaters. Some of their managers were Johnny
Richardson, Howard Duffell, and James Donahue.
Luther Huffman owned a grocery store and Ralph
Deal was manager of a furniture store. Priscilla
Drolette's bakery served Kannapolis and surrounding
towns with its delicious products.
Christine Teal, Phvllis Mundav. and Phvllis Freeland
were employed by the "Charlie" Logan shoe store of
Charlotte. Bookkeeners for this exclusive shop were
Peggy Hall. Bettv Jean Jackson. and Jeweldean How-
ard. The "Rendezvous" a hang-out for teen-aoers in
Charlotte was owned by Lanier McCarty in partner-
ship with Keith Hart.
Lured by the brilliant lights of a theater on Broad-
way my eves read the names of Mildred Bennett. Bettv
Stafford, Norma Barnhardt, and Nancv Shelf. I later
learned that Jackie Stamev and Barbara Lee had been
make-up artist and hair stylist for the performers. Stage
manager, Henry Tucker, and sound effects man. Mar-
vin Lovette, were also mentioned.
Many of my classmates were married and some that
were housewives with no careers were Ruby Eagle,
Joyce Hinson, Norma Penninger. Carrie Ewan. Maxine
Kerley, Arlene King, Nancy Knight and Vera Keamev.
City people, fond of their pets, are glad to pay for
some animal lover to care for them while they are on
vacation. Earning a living as pet caretakers were Colleen
Goforth, Billy Jo Mullis, and Joyce Bauknight.
Woman's aptitude for home industry turned to a
variety of ways to make money. I learned that Jean
Peebles was a maker of lamp shades, Nancy Orfield, a
rug maker, Betty Wyke made artificial flowers, and
Priscilla Teague was a seamstress. Products from these
industries were sold throughout the United States.
On radio and television I saw and heard Wade
Curran as a news commentator, and Joanne Brooks,
Jackie Taylor, and Jimmy Donahue as comedians.
Many members of my class connected themselves
with the Y.M.C.A. After Mr. Fesperman retired, Bill
Bullock became the new general secretary, and Francis
Melton, assisted by Wayne Robinson was physical di-
rector for boys. Chief librarian was Mildred Sherrill, and
her assistants were Helen Sloop, Mary Deese, and Mary
Ella Cauble. Geraldine Hart became general secretary
of women's activities and girls' physical directors were
Shirley Stevens and Sonja Youngs.
Two autographed books were presented to the
Y.M.C.A. in honor of the class of '5l. One was a book
of poems by Doris Allen, the other a book by the well-
known author, Betty Cloninger.
The Daily Independent had as circulation manager,
Max Collins while Billy Hardin and Harold Moose
were linotype operators. The paper carried a column
by Ramona Self, news correspondent in Europe.
Seeing that the present facilities for child care of
working mothers was inadequate, Ruth Burton presented
Mr. Cannon with the facts, and the Cannon Child Wel-
fare Center had its beginning. Serving in various capaci-
ties of this nursery were Jean Watts, Carol Edwards,
Thelma Roseman, Betty Sloop, and Frances Vinson.
A large dance school in Atlanta, Georgia, was con-
ducted by Sharon Owings and Margaret Newell who
specialized in modem dance. Colleen Lentz taught
ballet there and Barbara Rogers was an expert teacher
of ballroom dancing.
Helping to stamp out poverty and ignorance in
Europe were Doris Hardister, Zelia Sides, Mary Mc-
Whorter, and Helen Brooks as missionaries.
Among my classmates who chose social work were:
Hilda Pennington, Girl Scout leader: Graydene Ross,
Juvenile Court worker, and Lou Jean Pethel, helping
with child welfare. Taking the place of the old time
truant officer, by keeping children in school. were Betty
Campbell and Martha Carter. Supervising a large public
playground for children were Lilla Walters. Mary
Simmons, and Loretta Vaughn. In a children's clinic
I saw Doris McCarn, Eula Mae Wyatt, and Carol
Vlfiles giving free medical care.
On the outskirts of Kannapolis a large greenhouse
was owned by Mildred Wyatt and Evelyn Adcock. Sell-
ing their flowers in a florist shop were Arma Wiles,
Evelyn Rogers, and Wanda Loftis.
I also saw my senior teachers before I awoke from
the coma. I was glad to have seen them and my class-
mates again even if it were in a coma. I am feeling much
better now, and hope to be back on my toes soon.
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Linny Baker, John Blount, Zeb llraclforcl. Betty Collins, lean Kay
Duyvuult, luniee Earle Dennis, Charles lllird, Doris Huneycutt, Ramona
Self, Nancy Sliepliercl. luniee VVoocl, Miss Bounds and Miss Gray,
Left io right: Mikie Koontz, jerry Daye, Buck Cook, Danny Cray, Miss McArver,
Adviser, Betty Collins, lane Shelton, Cypsy Kcnnerly, Margaret Dial. Center top row:
Zeb Bradford, President, Gene McCombs, Vice-President. Center bottom row: Linny
Baker, Secretary, Walker Jung, Treasurer.
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First row: Nancy Viola, Nancy Powell, Phyllis Lomax, jerry Sides, Shirley Donahue, Charles
Marlowe, Junior Jolly, Bobby Reynolds, June Curley, Janette Pennell, joe Cavin. Second row:
Max Dula, Blondie Holbrook, Doris Chandler, Bennie Baucom, Peggy Hall, Camilla Waller,
Emily Clayton, Elaine Overcash, Harold Allen, Charles Smith. Third row: Miss McArver,
Harold Deal, Carolyn Morris, Betty Ingram, 'loan VVilson, Margaret Barnhardt, Ethel Rogers,
Bette Rae Holshouser, George Viola, jane Shelton, Selwyn White. Fourth row: Gene McCombs,
Nancy Shelf, Betty Sloop, Isabel Holbrook, Hilda Nlaulden, Connie Lumsden, Shelia Sasser,
Carolyn Bost, Barbara Brooks, Howard Duffell. Fifth row: Tommy Hartis, R. B. Barnhardt,
VVendell Howard, Everette Lovett, Donald Upright, Dwight Crainshaw, Don Puntch, Rex
Savage, Caleb Glass, Earl Lentz, Ray Jarvis, j. D. Cauble, Billy Strawn.
Left tables, from lo hack: Betty Stafford, Doris Goble, Peggv Edmiston, Bettv Bhvne, -lean
Biggs, Norma Yoos, Frances -lcnkins, jovee Bauknight, hlildred Barlow, Doris lloneveutt, B
Mildred Sherrill, Eleanor Culledge. liorene Helms, Barbara Rogers, Jeri Murph, Nell Pope, ' ., -
Louella Bichardson, Sara Childers, Cavnelle Ushorne, Bettv .lean jackson, XVancla Barlow. RQ
Rigln tables, hack to front: Behecea Phillips, Virginia Allen, Joann VVhittington, Doris Bange, rn- if-X'
.Iovce McQueen johnson, Bonnie Shepherd, Buhv Eagle, Eva Mae VVilliams, Katrina Cartner.
Mary Ann Vickers. .Indy Allen, jovce johnson, Emilv Carawav, jackie NVatson, Alice Allman.
Nancv Cohle, Jimmie Gardner, Shirlev -lones, Nanci' Knight, Thelma Sloop. Silllllllllrifl Nliss V f
First row: Mrs. Tucker, Adviser: Camellia Linker, Nancv Shelf, llelen Troutman. Nanev
Shepherd, Bavenell Mitchell, Frances Cregorv, Audrev Grass, Phvllis Beam. Second rme: Laura
Beam, jackie Gahriel, Alice Overcash, Bcttv Vllvke, Gail Bost, Nancv Powell, Shirlev Hampton,
june Curley, jeweldean lloward, Sarah Chastain. Third row: Eva Mae VVilliams, Marv Ann
Vickers, Sheila Sasser, Thelma Sloop, Fave Petrea. Bettv Cloninger, Clatie McLean. Martha .lu
Fortner, Barbara Poole. Fmirrlz row: Carol .lean Suther, Pegggv Hudson. Hilda Pennington,
Betty Ingram, Bettv Black, Carleen Bogers, Tommie jo Clark, Barbara Carpenter. Margaret
Peterson. Gail Gilliam.
First row: Annie Lou Cook, Bettv Pxutb llelins,
Marv Lou Owings, VValterine Slawson, Betty Col-
lovee Tucker, Sara Gbastain.
lins, Ramona Sell, h
Priscilla Drolette, Valoree Sbinn, Gail Linebarrier.
McLeod, Adviser: Nanev jo
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Salrit, Nanev Knight, llettv Cloninger, Sara Car-
penter, Carol VViles, Hallie Fave blullis, Nell Pope,
Marv MeVl'l1orter, -lerrv Sides. 'lllziril row: Don
Mieliael, lxlartbelaine xxllllllllllS, llilcla Pennington,
lfllen Wlilson, llarbara l,.ilIlllJ, Martba Matthews,
llelen Brooks, Donald t'll1llCl'iUl1, Vivian Honeventt.
Fourth row: W'acle Curran, Max Collins, Marianna
Sherrill, Blondie Holbrook, Bettv Carpenter, Sbirlu
Phillips, Carol jean Sutber. Plwllis Callieutt,
Ann VVatson. Fifth row: Flovd Eeberil, Frame
jenkins, Janie Kale, Nanette Davis, Iris Ducllu
Margaret Randolph, C. YV. llarnliarclt, Billie VValtLr
liuise Steen, Donald Black, Gene MeCon1bs. Sixth
row: Charles Elird, Vllavne Robinson, Trov Dobx
john Blount, Darwin MeCo1nbs, Buclclv Slnnn
Caleb Glass. 'limnw Kale. Creston Erwin.
Ifirst row: Mildred Bennett. Mattie Anne Starnes. Evelvn Garriss, Thelma llosenian, Hun
XVeLlnlington, Sally Vllagner, Gail Linebarrier. Second row: Miss Rogers, Adviser, lrene llobcrts
Aloanne Brooks, Norma Yoos, Doris lloneveutt. Carolvn Host. PCLLQV Austin, Margaret E Ln
SL'L'lllL'I', Tliini row: Dannv Grav. Zeb llraclford, Earl Lentf, Max Collins, lanies Vllaller, linnnx
Coggins. Ralpb Lewis. Fourth row: Bill VVl1ite. Alpbeus Forcl, Bill Fulelier.
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First ruir: liettv Cluninger, Sara Carpenter,
lleheeea Phillips, Utvllv Cruse, Alice Overeasli,
Sarah Moss, Milclretl Miller, Eva Mae VVilliams,
Helen Rushing, Nanev Shepherd. Seewni row:
Mvrtle Culleclige, Pearl Earnhardt, Barham Car'
penter, Illsie Mae Cux, Norma llarclv, Martha
Carter, Marv MeW'lmrter, Plwllis liarringer. Lila
Vilalters, Miss Brewer, Adviser. 'lihiril rmvz Doris
Chancller, Sara 'lu Newstnn, l7ranees MeClainruelc,
Phvllis Smith, -laniee lluneveutt, llettv VVal1.lrup,
.Inann Shanltle, Ollena Price, .Iaeltie MeCunihs,
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june Jarrett, Evelyn Tavltir, Phvllis Riggs, Carrit
Ewan, Fave Carver, Shirlev Stevens, Ruth Atlains.
Priseilla Teague, Helen Truutinan. lfifili mir:
Clatie McLean, Max Collins, Christine llunahne,
'levee Petersen, Peggv Beaver, l'ranees Ylenlxins,
'levee Ilinson, Bettv Tallmert, Edna Staneil, l5,leantn
Foil, Evelvn Acleuelt. Sixth r'rm': Tmiiitiv llxirtis
.Iaines Hill, Bettx' Cami Phillips. Shirley MeNeil
Bill Bullueli, .liniinv lingers, Miltlrecl Sherrill, liar
lxara Martin, liettv Ann Phillips.
lfirxt row: lluth Burton, Bennie llaueuni, Sylvia llahhs, Gavle Lunismlen, lean liav llavxault.
Alice Overeash, lhihx' VVeclclingtun, .liininv Rogers, Nurina llarnharclt. Carrie liwan, Plwllis
Smith, Charlesana Logan, Gail Phillips, Shirlev Stevens. Second row: Miss llutlisill, :Xilviseit
Marthelaine VVillianis, 'lane Sheltun, llettv Cluninger. .laniee VVHUQI, Ceraltline llart, Ilettx
Cullins, Nancv Salirit. Phvllis Mumlav. Christine Teal, Carul Fox. Third r11n': l.innv llalaer.
Kenneth Argu, .laniee Kale, ,Iaines Vllaller, Beverlv Cobb, Caleb Glass, Zeb Bradllircl, llannx
Crav, Nanev Shelli, Gene MeCuinhs. lioiartlz l'0ll'I Don Punteh, John Ruftv, Garx' Tilliiiaii.
Wallace VVatltins. .Iinimy Cuggins. Fifth row: .liinniv lluwell, Kenneth Childers. Charles lflirtl.
john Blount. VVatle Curran, nl. IJ. Cauhle. Charles Ketner, Creston Erwin, Dale Mills.
lfirst row: Gcralclinc 'l'ai'ltmi, Cfulccn Lcntv, lu Aim Xwiittixigtiiii, Patsy VVatson, Franccs
Grcgory, llill llallarcl. Pcarl llarnliarilt, Alcan Carol l.inLlsav, llclvn lsaccy, Nancy Powell. Second
mir: limily Caraway, Pliyllis Mcsscr, SLIYRIIIIIC llinsnn, Slmrun Uixings, lliyllis Salirit, lxlax
Hollins. liarlcm- llvrman, Priscilla Drulvttc. Carric Mac liwan. Pat Safrit. 'liliird row: Uonalrl
Gurlcy, Mario Nlullis, llclwcca Phillips, Nancy Manila-ws, Milliccm llimscnlmcrg, jimmy llugcrs.
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Harrell. Arlviscr: llcnry 'liLICl'iL'l'.
lfirst VUlI'Z l,ci'anclci' Ailr-ack, Gloria Gilliam,
lfraiiccs Grcvury, Pcarl llarnliarnlt, farric Mac
l7.wan, Camellia Liiilacr. llclcn Laccy, llilcla Pcnf
ningtun, -Iackic Galmricl, llva Mac VVilliams, -limo
Lam- Mullin. Sui-mul rmr: Mr. Ellis, Aclviscr: Ann
Harlow, Darlene' llcrman. Pliyllis Salirit, lxlzirgarct
llarringtun, lfllcn Ulilsun, Shirley XVilliclm, ,luaniw
XN'intcrs, Miss llarrcll, Ailviscr. 'Illini row: llilcla
Maulclin, Pliyllis Fingcr, Ullcna Price, Haxcl
O'Ki-llcv. liiiugcm- Bruwn, Betty lngram, Martha
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l,uu Aclams, Loyclla llicliarilsun, Null lnpc. Fourth
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ililltllllLISllI1, lk-tty Vlbimmlairrl, liayc Fi-cr-zo, Ilan-I
NVilliams, Vclma VX'unclarcl, Margaret llamlnlpli,
Sliirluy llryin, C'arlunc llogcrs. liifllz row: Dim
Micliacl, .laiiics Uycrcasli, Henry Tucker, Kcitli
Austin, jimmy lluwcll, llilllllIllV Riggs, Sonny Golub.
Sixth row: llay Pctrca, Marvin Lovett, Dimald
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lfirsl row: Pat Colvliev. Seeoml row: Reid Fincher,
hlerrv Strickland, Mack lfreexe, joe Glass, Glenn
litalwr, Sallv VVagner, lXlarthelaine Vllilliams, Billv
Max Tliotnpson, Barbara Rogers, -lean Kav Dav-
vault, Rarhara Keever, Dannv Argo, Carolvn Host,
Phvllis Finger, Margaret Dial, llilrla lXlaulclen,
Phvllis Lomax, Peggv Rohinette, Don Michael, Joe
Dowless, Rohert Grihhle, llIHlllV Goggins, Dale
Nlills. 'lillirrl row: Kenneth Dial, jovee Sloop, Gavle
laumsclen, Connie l,umsclen, jean Barlow, Rachel
lhomas, 'Iunior Ulollev. Shirlev Helms, Phyllis Lc-
levers, Vivian Morris, Doniee Pharr, Barbara Mc-
Comhs, Shirlev Oaklev, Carolyn Ralaer, Diane Cor-
nelius, Gail Goodman, .loan Pethel, Gvpsv Kennerlv.
Q :trol Ilipps, .loan Yvinters, llillie hlefomhs. Fourth
X lfirst row: Gwen Peeler, Llovrl Moon, Arlene
llarris, ID "1 l'tpt-', lk il if z " Ktl
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Rettv Phillips. Clavlc l.umsclen, Gonnie Lumsclen.
Second row: Vlerrv Mvers, llvelvn llonevcutt, Kav
Savage. Darlene llerman, Shirlev Emerson. Kenneth
Correll, Doniee Pharr, Selwvn Vllhite, Vivian
Nlorris, Rachel Thomas, Valorie Shinn, Sharon
Ownings, Sallv Vllagner. Tliirzi row: Nancv Rarger,
Phv " 'rrin1', Martha Rarnharclt, Gloria Crisco,
row: Rav Petrea, l'rcil llave. Donalml tXmlerson, Paul
Tuggle, Keith llelms, Selwvn XYhite. Kenneth
Gorrell, Lowell Daniels. -lohnnv Rowers, Rex
Savage, Phil Tesh, Franlaie Rlaela, -lerrv Sicles.
jackie Tavlor, Peggv McDowell, livelvn Simpson,
Ann Funclerhurlie, Valorie Shinn. lfifllz row: Rai'
Petrea, -lerrv Nelson, Gene Kleifoinhs. Maxie Reaver,
Klux Dula, llugh Freeze. Sonnv Shelf, Ren Donalcl
son, VVallaee Vllatkins. .limmv leharcl. li. R. Morgan,
lr., Richard VVatkins, Rillv Rav llarmlin. Ann Rar'
low. Sixth ro1i': Kenneth Nall, Rohert llinson.
Kenneth Stokes, Elmo llollinan, Pete Athanalius,
limmv Grillieth. Donalcl Ashhv, Donalcl Rlaeli.
ilames Hill, Rolxhv Quav, Phil Settlemever.
Norma Rainev, 'lovee lloneveutt. 'lf P. l.eonarcl,
Kenneth Tomlin, 'lohnnv Bowers. Phil lesh,
Evelvn Simpson, Ann Funclerhurk, XVallaee VVat
lains, Elmo Ilollman, .lerrv Sitles, l3ranl4ie Rlaela.
Shirlev Thomas. Rettv floninger. Fourtli row: llugh
Freeze, Rex Savage, .lerrv Nelson. Smmliug: joe
Dowless, Billie Max Thomason, lrene lfowler, Gail
Goorlman, llilcla Maulclen. l.on'm-ll Daniels, lean
K:-iv Davvault, Nr. Misenheimer.
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lfirsl row: Gvpsv Kennerlv, Marthelaine Vllilliams.
'lanet litlwartls, llettv lngram, Martha Matthews,
Vl'illie Sutton, .lerrv Smith, Eva Mae Vllilliams,
.Iune l.ane Metllin, lris Dncllev. Secoml row: Garv
lloltlet, Nanci' Matthews. l'at VVhitleV, jovee Slaw-
son. .lean liav Davvault. Carol Ferguson, Patil
liisher, -Iohn lltiltv, -Iinnnv lleavis, Miss Melver,
ilclviser. illiiril Voir: Patsx' Powell, liav Savage.
lfirsl Vout Annie l.ou Cook, Gayle Lumsclen.
lfvelvn Garriss, Aliee Overeash, Shirlev Maness,
Doris llarclister, ilihelina lloseman, Ruth Roseinan.
Arma VViles, Gail linelxirrier. Nanci' Viola. Second
row: .Ianiee VVootl, lluln' lVeclclington, Gloria llow-
artl, llafel Danev, lllonclie llollxroolt, llettv VVal-
tlrop, Yloann Shankle, Geralcline VVooclell, Priscilla
league. .lim Mann, llav Petrea, Miss Poag, Amlviser.
3jl'eggv l:I'L'L'lL'. lileanoi' Gulletlge, Lorene llelms,
Tliirrl row: Creston Erwin, Kenneth Argo, liettv
Cloninger, Linnv Baker. Phvllis Barringer, Iaekie
McComhs, Carol Fox, Marv MeVVhoi'ter, Jeroline
XVatts, Margaret Ellen Seehler, Theresa lfnslev.
Thelma Deal, joan Galliher, Carol Phillips, Ianiee
Earle Dennis, llettv Carpenter, .lo Ann VVats0n.
-Ioe Dowless. liourtlz row: -lanie Kale, Etta Sue
Boggs, Carol lean Suther, llarbara Cline, Edna
Stzmeil, hlattie Lou Staneil, Phil Tesh, Selwyn
VVhite, jackie iliavlor. l7if1l1 row: Guv Freele, Ken-
neth Stokes. llennv VVright, Alerrv Dave, Vllallaee
VVatkins, Yloe Glass, Clinton Misenheiiner.
-Ierrv llollar, -lertv Strieklancl. lfozirtli row: .lerrv
Armstrong. Connie Lnnisclen. Lee Fink, Christine
Teal, Phvllis Munclav, Carol VViles, Marv Ann
Vickers, Frances jenkins, Nanev 'lo Safrit, Phvllis
Safrit, Gwen Peeler, Zeb llratlliortl, Charles Earlev,
Dannv Grav. Fifth row: Don Michael, Kermit
Golnle, -lean Riggs, Martha Glosson, Johnnie Rich'
artlson, Gail Phillips, Francis Melton, llovd Van'
tlerhurg. VVavne Robinson, Janice Muntlav, Lanier
McCartv, Donald Black, Charles Castor. Sixth row:
Gratlv Priee, lohnnv Nussman, Darwin MeCoinlms,
-Ioe Thomas, john Blount, james Brown, Iimmv
Coggins, llohert Grihlmle, lames Vvaller, Kenneth
lfirst row: Pall Mcmancss, Patsy Russell, Milclrccl Ucnnclt. Svcnml Vmr: Don Puntch
Collins, lfugcm' Vwmittingtc n. ,Iimmy Rogers.
l'1rs1 row: 1-Xllmm VN cllmnn, llill l3ullocL, Uolubx' Iulizm, llowurd llollmvnx'. H. ll
U llnhalrcll, Loc liink. 56001141 row: Couclm W'c11nt, Ylcrry I Iollur, Clmrlcs l.L'l11lL'X, BLICILIK
llmmpton, Kcnncth Argo, Bill Rulnincttc, Coach Uudgcr. Tllirzl mir: Bcnm' XVrigh1
n l3rudI'urcl, l5lm'cl lfchcrcl, 'l'rox' Dobv, limmv Cooke. Hill llcnnctt.
Kneeling: Norma llarcly, Dorothy Mt-dlin. Smmiing: Betty 'lean Dlaielison, Bzlrlmrzi
l3eum, Phyllis Spry, Doris Sloop, lXl2ll'g2ll'CI llnrrington, Rutli Eames, Jimmie Gardner,
l,,ilLlI'll BCRIIH, Maxine Petrea, Dunnette Argo, Bill'l7il!'Ll Poole, lXlrs. Phillips, Coach
Kneeling: llowzircl llollowuy, Linny linker, Zeb lil'kllll'l0l'Ll, 'lerrx' llollar Floyd
lleliercl, Rex Savage, Earl Lentz. Stnmliug: Loaeli Gutlger, .Ioe Ltimlmert, Bill Bullock
Eugene luenton, Curl Morton, jimmy Cooke, Bill Rolvinette, ,lolmny Bowers, jimmy
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liirsi row: Kcnnctli Argo. Sccoml rmv: Benny Wriglil, llolu Ululiun, fNU'filI,7llIlll
ny Kale, lroy Doldy, Clzirlx lJl'1lliL', liuzzy Y1ll'l1Ul'ULlgl1, Cluirlcs lilircl, .linnny Cook
1'lrirfl row: llurlon Phillips, Rolucrt VViclcnl1ousC, Bill llolwilivttc. Alton XVcllm:in
lcrry !hl'l11SII'0I1g, Bill licnnclt, Loc Fink, Co-Cupmizzg ,lorry Russell, l1l'L'l1L'llll' Dznis
zrtll row: llonulcl Robinson, Can-I lXlorton, XNuyl1c Ililcs, Crinislci' Scannon, Max
Clinncllcr, Clary Slicrrill, Bill Funclcrluurli, Donald llitcliic, llarolcl lluclspctli, lhln'
Mcliinncy, ll. B. lg2ll'l1l11lI'LlI. Fifth row: lominy Riggs, -lorry Dano, ljugunc llcnliclcl
y llulwr, Culclu Glass, Billy AlCWllC1l'fL'l', Billy Strawn.
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LAST WILL ANU TEST ME T
VVe, the Senior Class of '51, have
worked our way up the steep and nar-
row path which leads to graduation.
The time at last has come. Before we
happily, vet regretfully, go our separate
ways, we do make this our last will
and testament, bequeathing our pos-
sessions to the rightful heirs.
To dear old K.I'I.S. we leave loyalty
To our principal and the teachers of
K.II.S. vye wish to express our genuine
appreciation and humble thankfulness
for their invaluable aid and unselhsh
assistance in our many problems.
To the oncominv seniors, our beloved iuniors, we
leave the few privileges we have enioved as seniors.
To the sophomores and lowly freshmen we leave our
abilitv to keep up the school spirit and to become
I, Annie Sue Adams, do hereby will and bequeath
my ability to graduate from high school and my good
times to my sister, "Maggie," who will be a rising
freshman next year.
I, Marv Adams, do hereby and
bequeath to my younger sister, "Mag-
gie," a rising freshman, my place
on the Business Staff of the CIANNON
REPORT, and I leave her all my good
teachers: all the bad ones, I iust leave.
To .lack Tilley, I leave my ability to
I, Evelyn Adcock, being supposedly
sound in body and mind. do hereby
will and bequeath mv position at the
northetower radiator on cold mornings
and my beloved nickname to Eleanor
I, Doris Allen, do hereby will and
bequeath mv nickname, "Boney." to
my brother, Ilarold, as I am sure you
could find his bones better than mine.
I, judy Allen, do hereby will and bequeath my ability
to get out of high school to my brother. Vklarren. To
Emily Caraway, I leave my typing ability. 25 words
a minute, and my love for Fords.
I, Doris Bange, do hereby will and bequeath my
good times at Cannon High to Betty Ilelms and Vir-
ginia Allen and my front seat in assembly to Irene
I, Evelyn Baker, do hereby will and bequeath my
ability to graduate from high school in four years to
"Just Good Cleaning"
North Main St. Phone 898
"Nothing is Permanent in
Fashion but Good Taste"
LAST WILL AND TESTAMENT
my cousin, Gene Creswell, a rising sophomore. All
my wishes for a free activity period and my love for
the school store, I leave to everybody, knowing they
will have them anyway.
I, Ray Barbee, do hereby will and bequeath all of
my good times at Cannon High to Joyce Sloop.
I, "Peggy" Barlow, do hereby will and bequeath my
good times at Cannon High School to my sister, Mild-
red, and my cousin, Patty, to Evelyn Honeycutt, I
leave my front seat in assembly.
I, Norma Barnhardt, hereby will and bequeath to
jean Kay Dayvault and Phil Tesh my ability to pester
"Smilie" Somers and trip teachers passing my monitor
post, knowing they have already acquired this skill.
I, Charles Bass, will my good times to R. B. Barn-
hardt and my ability to finish to Ianice Honeycutt and
I, Bennie Baucom, do hereby will and bequeath my
ability to run for the bus every morning to Lutecia
Talbert, and to Joyce Dendy, I will my monitor post
and all my good times at Cannon High.
I, Ioyce Bauknight, do hereby will and bequeath
my position as library assistant to Helen Rushing, who
is a rising senior.
I, Barbara Beam, do hereby will and bequeath my
position on the Varsity Basketball Team to Doris Sloop,
hoping she will get to play more than I did. To R. B.
Barnhardt and Bill Ballard, two rising seniors, I will
my good times at Cannon High.
I, Mildred Bennett, do hereby will and bequeath
my ability to finish school to my brother, Billy, and
my good times to Buise Steen, Virginia Allen, and
Betty Helms and to jackie Gabriel, I will my position
on the cheerleading staff.
I, Donald Blanton, hereby will and bequeath to my
brother, Harry, and to Roger Lingerfelt my ability to
graduate in only four years, fearing they will never
I, john Blount, do hereby will and bequeath my
seat in Mrs. Alexander's home room to any iunior
whose name begins with the Hrst four letters of the
I, Lorene Bonds, do hereby will and bequeath my
ability to finish high school in four years to my brother,
Boyce. To Camilla Waller and June Miller, who are
rising sophomores, I will all my good times.
I, Bobby Bowles, hereby will and bequeath my
ability to get back in school everytime I've been ex-
pelled to Howard Hollaway and Johnny Bowers.
To The Graduates of '51
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LAST WILL ANL TESTAMENT
I, Zeb Bradford, do hereby will and bequeath my
breathing ability, such as it is, to any poor soul whom
"WiIdwoman" Rogers has lured into her dramatics
I, Betty Brawley, do hereby will and bequeath my
position as ollice page to anyone who is lucky enough
to get it fourth period when there isn't anything to
do, except answer the telephone. To my sister, Doris,
I will my ability to come to school for four years, withe
out missing a single day.
I, Joanne Brooks, hereby will and bequeath my
ability to stay in high school only four years to my
cousins, Ianice and Frances. To my brother, "Sac,"
I simply leave.
I, L. Brooks, being of sound mind and body,
do hereby will and bequeath my seat in detention hall
to my brother, Guy, knowing he will take full ad-
vantage of it.
I, james Brown, do hereby will and bequeath my
ability to become a senior and my seat in senior English
to Kenneth Price.
I, Winfred Bryant, hereby will my motor bike
parking place to Tommy Hatcock Seabolt, hoping that
he likes it as well as I did.
I, Bill Bullock, do hereby will and bequeath my
basketball playing to Bill Robinette and four years in
Cannon High to my brother, David.
I, Buth Burton, being as sound in mind CPD as in
body, do hereby will and bequeath my luck to have
Monitor Hall Duty fourth period and lunch fifth period
to my cousin, Clark Drake, hoping he can get by
with eating both fourth period and fifth period, better
I, Barbara Callicutt, hereby will and bequeath my
ability to settle down and go steady my senior year
in high school to Phyllis Canup and Anne Carter.
I, Charles Castor, do hereby will my position on the
football team to anyone who can keep in practice
better than I did.
I, Elnita Ammons Casper, do hereby will and be-
queath my ability to sit out front every morning for
a half hour to Betty Phillips, a rising lunior, if she
can sit there as regularly as I did. To my brother. Davis,
a rising freshman, I will my ability to graduate in four
years, hoping he can do it.
I, Betty Cameron, will and bequeath all my goo.l
times at K.H.S. to my sister, Wanda, and my "nutty
personality" to Janice, Betty, june, Evelyn, and Valeria.
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LAST WILL AND TESTAMENT
I, Betty Campbell Cochran, hereby will and be-
queath my good times at K.H.S. to Shirley Armstrong
and my ability to graduate to my brother, jimmy
Campbell, knowing that he will need it.
I, Barbara Carpenter, do hereby will and bequeath
my love for dramatics and Miss Rogers to Donald
Anderson. I hope he has as much fun as I did and
still learn as much.
I, Sara Carpenter, do hereby will and bequeath all
my good times at "dear ole Cannon High" to my sister,
Betty, a rising senior, to Phyllis Beam, I leave my short
hair, knowing how much she likes it, and hope that
her neck doesn't get as cold as mine. To all the rest,
teachers included, I iust leave.
I, Martha Carter, do hereby will and bequeath my
ability to become a senior and my love for Cannon
High to my brother, Harry Lee.
I, Mary "Ella" Cauble, do hereby will and bequeath
my ability to linish high school in four years to my
sister, Betty Lou, and brother, Rufus, knowing they
will need it. My love, I leave to Ann Fesperman, a
I, Joe Cavin, hereby will and bequeath my ability
to draw to my brother, Ierry, knowing he is better
I, Sarah Chastain, do hereby will and bequeath my
ability to do all of ,leweldean's dirty work to Rowena
Chastain. To Joyce Slawson, I leave my ability to go
with Charles as long as I did junior, and not argue
as much as we did.
I, jimmy Coggins, do hereby will and bequeath all
my good times to all underclassmen, who can have
as much fun in all four years as I have. I leave my
position in the senior class to Wallace Watkins, and
to dear ole Cannon High, I leave my goodbyes.
I, Betty Collins, do hereby will and bequeath my
monitor post in front of room 305, to my cousin, Gloria
Gilliam. To my other cousins, Gail Collins, Betty
Reese, and Carey Gilliam, I leave all my good times.
I, Max Collins, do hereby will and bequeath my
position as cheerleader to anybody lucky enough to
get it whose mouth is as big as mine.
I, Gurline Compton, do hereby will and bequeath
my ability to get to school iust before the last bell
rings, to my sister, Bette june, and my good times to
our "ole gang."
I, Annie Lou Cook, do hereby will and bequeath
my ability to make the Honor Roll and yet have a
good time in high school to my brother, Ingle. To
Polly Chambers, jean Kay Dayvault, and Guy Towell,
I will my ability to stay single while in school.
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LI-IST WILL AND TEST!-IMENT
I, Frank Coon, do hereby will and bequeath my
ability to stay in Cannon High for four years, to any-
one who is unlucky enough to get it.
I, Kenneth Correll, do hereby will and bequeath mv
seat in "Swingsters" to Frankie Black and my good
times at Cannon High to Phil Tesh and Joe Dowless.
I, Wade Curran, being of sound mind and shiftless
body, do hereby will and bequeath my ability to pass
Latin, by blood, sweat, and tears, to any freshman
stupid enough to take it. To Mrs. Alexander, after
three years, I iust leave.
I, Lowell Daniels, do hereby will and bequeath my
ability to be a senior to anyone who is lucky enough
to obtain this great honor, and my place in the band
to anyone that wants it.
I, Floyd Davis, do hereby will and bequeath all my
good times here to Jennie May Jacobs, a rising sopho-
I, Frenchie Davis, do hereby will and bequeath my
seat on the bench in football to someone who can
play more than I did.
I, Nanette Davis, being of sound mind and a very
sound body, do hereby will and bequeath all of my
love for dear ole Cannon High to my cousin, Vivian
Morris, and Nancy Payne, to Leah Rae Barker and
Nancy jo Fisher, I iust leave, hoping they will be able
I, Ralph Deal, do hereby will and bequeath my
seat in D. O. to Buise Steen, hoping he gets a iob some
day, and my parking place in the horseshoe, to anyone
lucky enough to get it if it ever opens again.
I, Mary Deese, do hereby will and bequeath my
ability to my sister, Peggy, and to Nadine and Peggy
I, Iames Donahue, do hereby will and bequeath my
ability to finish high school in four years to my two
I, jimmy Donahue, do hereby will and bequeath to
Howard Holloway, Johnny Bowers, and Mason Parks,
the remaining members of the "hot rod" gang, my
ability to have so many females chasing me that I had
to have nine able bodyguards. -CThe Sanitary Ninell
I, Howard Duffell, do hereby will my ability to pass
English to my cousin, Raymond Vaughn.
I, Priscilla Drolette, do hereby will and bequeath
my good times at Cannon High to Phil Rainey and
my seat in assembly to Pat Russell.
I, Ruby Eagle, do hereby will and bequeath my
ability to finish high school to my brother, Harold
Cas he will need itD, and all of my good times to
Barbara Creech, Bobbie Clayton, and Shirley McNeil.
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LAST WILL ANL TESTAMENT
I, Floyd Echerd, do hereby will my ability to go
through high school and to get nothing out of any-
thing to anyone who wishes it.
I, Peggy Ann Edmiston, will and bequeath my
ability "not" to keep my dates waiting to Lloyd Copley
and to date three different boys from Salisbury at once
without getting mixed up to Charline Bary.
I, Carol Edwards, do hereby will and bequeath my
good times at Cannon High to Barbara Ann Fox and
my ability to get and hold a man to Betty Helms. To
Virginia Allen, my friend, I leave the privilege of
being in Miss Gray's English Class.
I, Carrie Ewan Cbeing out of my mindj, do hereby
will and bequeath to Phyl Smith, my new monitor
band, knowing the names on hers need changing.
I, Lee Fink, do hereby will and bequeath CU my
ability to play football to Ken Argo and Bill Bennett
and CZD my ability to graduate to Charles Fink, know-
ing that he will need it.
I, Alpheus Ford, do hereby will and bequeath my
ability to slide down the banisters in the north tower to
my brother, Billy, hoping he will not tear his pants.
I, Billy Fulcher, do hereby will and bequeath my
ability to eat everyday in the cafeteria for four years
without developing "Cedecoskcedeotis" to Ronald Mil-
ler. To Clarence Hampton, I leave the girls.
I, Phyllis Freeland, do hereby will and bequeath
all my good times with our gang to Nancy Lentz and
I, Mary Fowler, do hereby will and bequeath my
ability to pass algebra to my sister, Maxine, knowing
she will need it.
I, Jimmie Gardner, do hereby will and bequeath all
my good times at K.H.S., especially with "Dot,"
"Frances" and 'ASpry," to all the underclassmen and
hope they have as much fun as we have had. My love
for basketball, I leave to those girls who are fortunate
enough to make the team.
I, Evelyn Garriss, do hereby will and bequeath my
ability to get ready to come to school on time to lane
Shelton. To my sister, Beverly, who is a rising fresh-
man, I leave all my senior privileges CFD.
I, Martha Closson, do hereby will and bequeath
my job at the "Y" to Phyllis Canup. To her, I will
my ability to wear an Albemarle High School class
ring, hoping she doesn't have to wear as much tape
around it as I did. To Nancy Lentz, I will my one
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desire that was never fulfilled, to get mv driver!
I, Kermit Goble, will and bequeath my ability to
type and Finish high school to my sister, Elaine.
I, Colleen Goforth, do hereby will and bequeath
my good times in Cannon High to my sister, Elaine,
a rising freshman, and to Evelyn Martin, my ability tu
date Concord boys and to Sonny Cody, my ability to
graduate in four years.
I, Willette Goins, hereby will and bequeath my
good times at K.H.S. to my nephew, Quentin Martin,
and my ability to graduate in four years to my brother,
I, Gladys Grass, do hereby will and bequeath all my
good times in Cannon High to my sister, Audrey Grass.
I hope she has as many as I have.
I, Helen Grass, do hereby will and bequeath my
seat in Miss HarrelI's Art Class to Bobby Foul and my
seat in Miss Gray's home room to my brother, Morris.
I, Danny Gray, do will and bequeath my good times
in high school to my cousin, ,losephine Edwards, who
is a rising sophomoreg and to my brother. Earl, my
monitor post in front of the library.
I, Robert Gribble, do hereby will and bequeath all
my good times in banking to "Giggles" Hilda Mauldin.
I, Daphne Grimes, do hereby will and bequeath my
ability to graduate to my only sister, Gwen, and to
Shirley Price and Martha VVhite, I will all the fun
I have had at Cannon High.
I, Donald Gurley, do hereby will and bequeath my
ability to graduate to Harvey Tucker and my temper
to james Hill.
I, Peggy Hall, do hereby will and bequeath to
Phyllis Canup, my "hips," knowing she needs a few
more pounds and also my love for "Carolina," be-
cause I know she has interest there.
I, Bill Hardin, just leave for the sake ol' everyone.
I, Doris Hardister, being about as sound in mind
as in body, do hereby will and bequeath to my brother,
john, the ability to finish high school next year an.l
to Hartsell Lee Osborne, a rising iunior, I will my
good times at Cannon High.
I, Arlene King Harris, do hereby will and bequeath
my many good times at Cannon High, to Sarah King,
my sister, and to Peggy Austin my ability to get mar-
I, Geraldine Hart, being of sane mind CFD and sound
body, do hereby will and bequeath my monitor post
to Melvena Bonds, hoping that she will make better
use of it than I did. I will my dignity as a senior to
Doris Lunsford, knowing what a task it will be.
Ll-IST WILL AND TEST!-IMENT
I, Tommy Hartis, do hereby will and bequeath my
ability to get along with all of my teachers to Jimmy
Beavis and all of my good times in high school to Hugh
I, Bertie Mae Helms, hereby will my love for
Buicks to Doris Gibson, knowing she likes them as
well as I. My good times, I leave to Arnold Greene.
I, Donald Hinson, do hereby will and bequeath
my ability to finish school in thirteen years to "Luke."
I, Joyce Hinson, do hereby will and bequeath to
Betty Talbert my ability to get a diamond ring while
still in school.
I, Delano Hobbs, dohereby will and bequeath my
ability to graduate to.yDonald Marlowe.
I, Jerry Hollar, do hereby will and bequeath mv
fond and cherished memories of Qthese years to my
younger brother, Kenneth. To anpne that likes to
sit, I leave my position on the basketball team.
I, Doris Huneycutt, wishing I had a mind, bequeath
to my "little brother," Hugh Freeze, the privilege to
bequeath something to somebody else when he gets
to be a senior, and to my friend, Janice Earl Dennis,
I give my front seat in Miss Cray's class and my
ability to work harder my senior year than any other.,
I, Bill Howard, will my ability to talk and get awayi
with it to Billy Robinette.
I, Jeweldean Howard, do hereby will and bequeath,
my daring to drive any kind of car with a gang of
girls and have fun, to any girl with the nerve! And to
any girl with the 'ambition to be a secretary, I leave
all the luck which they will need for shorthand!
I, Luther Huffman, do hereby will and bequeath my
ability to get along with girls to my brother, Kenneth
Huffman, and my ability to work at the Dixie Home
Stores to Kenneth Stokes, knowing he wants to. ,
I, Betty Jackson, do hereby will and bequeath my
love for basketball and also my position as manager
of the girls' basketball team to Shelia Sasser, who is
a rising junior.
I, Frances Jenkins, do hereby will and bequeath to
Mildred Belcher, a rising sophomore Cwe hopeD, my
ability to eat in the school cafeteria for four years and
not break any milk bottles.
I, Joyce Johnson, do hereby will and bequeath my
place at the lunch counter at Mann's to Phyllis Bent-
ley, Faye Lipe, Nancy Payne and June Curley, and
to Emily Caraway and Ray Murphy, I leave my love
for class rings.
I, Bobby Julian, do hereby will and bequeath my
false 'teeth to Benny Wright, knowing that he will
probably 'need them sooner or later.
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I, Janie Kale, do hereby will and bequeath my
monitor position to anyone who thinks he can keep
students from using the fire escape as an exit.
I, jimmy Kale, do hereby will and bequeath my
football position to Donald Ritchie, who almost beat
me out of it this year, and to Harold Hudspeth and
Gary Sherrill, I leave all my times, good and bad.
I, Verona Belle Kearney, do hereby will and be-
queath my love for dear ole Cannon High and Mr.
McCarn to Tommy Brackens. To "Mickey" Bollings,
I leave my ability to go steady and stay single. For
C. W. Barnhardt, I especially leave my senior seat in
I, Maxine Kerley Broadway, do hereby will and
bequeath all my good times at K.H.S. to my brother,
Ray, and to Janice Stafford, I leave my love for black-
headed boys COtis and Delanoj. To Charles King I
leave my ability to get along with a certain blonde,
knowing he has desire of it!
I, Ann Keziah, do hereby will and bequeath my good
times at Cannon High to Annie Armstrong and Mari-
anne Sherrill, and my monitor post to Eddie Durham,
hoping he suffers as much as I have.
I, Bobby Kiser, do hereby will and bequeath my
ability to graduate from high school to my brother,
Billy, and Don Compton. I will any of my good times
to Betty Compton.
I, Nancy Knight, do hereby will and bequeath my
ability to go steady two years without getting married
to Phyllis Beam, to Etta Sue Boggs, my one little
dimpleg to Jimmy Howell, my ability to get through
high school in four years, and to Beverly Cobb, all
my good times at K.H.S.
I, Barbara Lamb, being of sound mind and body
do hereby will and bequeath my ability to acquire such
nicknames as "Murock," "Toothpick," and "Lena the
Hyena" to anyone crazy enough to want them.
I, jimmy Lentz, do hereby will and bequeath my
seat in study hall to all the gang, and to Pauline Teal,
a rising senior, I leave the ability not to get in the
detention hall for four years.
I, Barbara joan Lee, do hereby will and bequeath
my ability to take shorthand two years without failing
to Marie Mullis.
I, Marshall James CIimmyD Lee, hereby leave the
shop to some poor fellow that thinks it's a racket.
I, Colleen Lentz, do hereby will and bequeath my
ability to graduate in four years to Buise Steen and
Phyllis Calicutt, knowing they will succeed. To Sandra
Cordon, I leave my good times.
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LAST WILL ANII TESTAMENT
I, Charles Lemly, do hereby will and bequeath my
ability of never taking any books home to Kenneth
Argo, knowing how he has to take books home. My
ability to pitch horseshoes I leave to Mason Parks.
I, Gail Linebarrier, bequeath my undesirable short-
ness to Mr. "Big Ben" Ellis. To Miss Rogers, I leave
I, Camellia CCamieD Linker, of sound mind CPD, do
hereby will and bequeath my seat in banking and my
love for Mrs. Martin to my cousin, Nancy Viola.
I, Birma Little, do hereby will and bequeath my
ability to learn shorthand and to finish high school
in four years to Margaret Scarborough, hoping she
enjoys it half as much as I did.
I, Wanda Loftis, do hereby will and bequeath my
ability to graduate in four years to my brother, Sonny,
who is a rising junior, my love for the Navy to Bobby
Helms, and to Helen Lacy, my favorite teacher, Mrs.
I, "Charlie" Logan, in sound mind, I hope, cast a
spell on everyone who has stepped upon me on my
monitor post. Since I have a freshman sister, here's
hoping her high school days are full of happy events.
To Anne Carter and Nancy Lentz, I leave my many
boy friends, hoping they can take care of them as I
I, Marvin Lovett, do hereby will and bequeath my
good times at Cannon High to my brother, Everettg
my Seat in the cafeteria to any lucky person who can
stay alive four years as I did. Last but not least, I
leave my place as stage hand to anyone who likes to
stay up and work all night.
I, Connie Lumsden, do hereby will and bequeath
my love for music and my good times at Cannon High
to Janice Brinkley, and I leave my cello to Shirley
I, Gayle Lumsden, do hereby will and bequeath my
many good times to my cousin, Gene Walker. I leave
my sympathy at having a boy friend in college to jean
Kay Dayvault, and to Shirley Watts I leave my monitor
post in the south tower, hoping that she has some
Eskimo blood in her veins.
I, Morene Lunsford, do hereby will and bequeath
my ability to finish high school in four years to my
sister, Doris. To Carol Lou McLain, I leave my good
times at K.H.S.
I, Francis Melton, do hereby will and bequeath my
seat in Bible to Charles Steen and my good times to
I, Bobby Menius, do hereby will and bequeath all
my good times at Cannon High to my sister, Atha.
To Margaret Pethel, I leave my love.
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LAST WILL ANU TESTAMENT
I, Mildred Miller, do hereby will, and hope that
it is granted, that the "Old Cannon High" be sold
and equally distributed among all those left since they
will have a new building next year. My love for the
school I will to "Skip" Fowler and june Miller.
I, Dale Mills, do hereby will and bequeath my posi-
tion as drum maior to anyone who is stupid enough to
take it and my oflice of student leader of the band to
I, Jeanette Morgan, do hereby will and bequeath
my love for my teachers who have been very nice to
me and my good times at Cannon High to junior
jolly, a rising sophomore. I will my seat in typing to
anyone lucky enough to get it.
I, Sarah Moss, do hereby will and bequeath mv
seat in the senior class to my cousin, "Phil" Moss. To
Carol Ferguson, a rising iunior, I leave my giggles,
and to Gail Payne, a rising sophomore, I leave my
good times at Cannon High.
I, Billie Jo Mullis, do hereby will and bequeath
my ability to get through high school in four years,
without getting into trouble, to my brother, Parks,
a rising sophomore, because I know he will need it.
I, Phyllis Munday, do hereby will and bequeath
my ability to have four wrecks in four weeks and not
get hurt to Phyllis Canup and my good times at O, D.
to Nancy Lentz.
I, Jeri Murph, do hereby will and bequeath my
ability to finish high school in four years, without get-
ting into trouble, to my cousin, Teddy, knowing he
will need it and to Phyllis Williams and Steve Mitchell,
all my good times.
I, Lanier McCarty, do hereby will and beqeath my
knowledge of Spanish to john Alec Troutman, seeing
that he needs a little knowledge of this language.
I, Frances McClamrock, being of sound mind CPD,
do hereby will and bequeath my wonderful senior
year to Phyllis Smith. To Barbara Keever, Gerry Foil,
and Kay Roberson I leave my deep devotion to Mrs.
Martin, and to all students now and in time to come,
my love for the very best of schools, Cannon High.
I, Darwin McCombs, do hereby will and bequeath
my love for science and arguments to Dale McCombs
and my lack of "cents," I leave to anyone crazy enough
to go steady.
I, Gene McCombs, do hereby will and bequeath my
good times to Wallace Watkins. I leave my ability
to sleep without detection during class to Donald
I, jackie McCombs, do hereby will and bequeath
my good times at W. Cannon High School to my
brother, Dale, a rising sophomore, and my seat in the
senior section to anyone capable of filling it.
LAST WILL AND TEST!-XMENT
I, Ray McKinney, do hereby will and bequeath all
my many talents and mv parking place in the drive-
way of the horseshoe to Howard Holloway, Mason
"Shoulders" Parks, and johnny Bowers, hoping they
don't get a ticket. My ability to finish high school in
four years, I leave to my cousin, Max McKinney,
knowing how much he'll need some ability.
I, Lena McKinley, will my good times at the student
government dances to my brother, Jimmy, in hopes
that he will enioy them as much as I.
I, Harold David Mooie, hereby will and bequeath
my ability to get along with teachers to Tommy Up-
right, who seems to need it.
I, Mary McWhorter, do hereby will and bequeath
my ability to gradua'e to my brother, Billy, and my
cousin, Gharlesg to Louella Richardson, I leave my
geometry book, hoping she understands it better than I.
I, Gladys Nall, do hereby will and bequeath to Donald
Pless my Seat on the front row in first period study
I, Kenneth Nall, do hereby will and bequeath to
Bobby Quay my ability to play a eornet and. my
headaches from studying to Don Black.
I, Margaret Newell, will and bequeath to my sister,
Joann, the chewing gum under my desks, hoping she
can pull it oft better than I. To Phillip Rainey, I
leave my Readers' Digest, knowing he would rather
read it than work general math.
I, johnny Nussman, do hereby will and bequeath
1ny ability to pass Spanish to my brother, Bruce Nuss-
man, a freshman, if he is crazy enough to take it.
I, Marlene Oakley, do hereby will and bequeath my
height and ability to graduate to my sister, Shirley Ann,
a rising sophomore, and my good times in study hall
to Gene Riddle and Harold Morris.
I, Nancy Orlield, do hereby will and bequeath all
I have to Sandra Henley, a rising sophomore, hoping
she will do better with it than I did.
I, Gaynell "Sissie" Osborne, being of sound mind
and body, do hereby will and bequeath all my good
times at W. Cannon High School to "Smoochie"
Willianis, "junie" Yates, and my sister, Glenda
Osborne, and to my little brother, Starling, who will
graduate in '58, my ability to get through school with-
out failing a grade.
I, Alice Overcash, being of sound body and mind
do hereby will and bequeath my monitor post in front
of 301 to my sister, Elaine, a rising sophomore. To
my brother, Ted, a member of the graduating class
of '57, I leave my ability to keep quiet in class. To
Nancy Matthews, I leave the shining gleams in my big
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LAST WILL AND TESTAMENT
l. Sharon Owings, do herebv will and bequeath mv
patience to wait on hovs to ask me for dates to Suzanne
llinson, knowing full well she needs it. To mv sister,
Marv Lou Owings, Shirlene Cline, and "Punkv" Cran-
ford, I leave all the fun l've had in high school, hoping
thev have just as much.
l, Marv Patterson, do herebv will and bequeath
mv abilitv to become a senior in four vears to mv
brother, Kin Patterson, a rising sophomore, and mv
love for Mrs. Martin, to Bettv lane lllaek and Ptutlt
I, 'lean Peebles, do herehv will and bequeath mv
seat in Miss Slate's fourth period studv hall to Sandra
llenlev for the next three vears and hope that she
will eniov it as much as I did the four years that I
was in it.
l, Gwen Peeler, do herebv will and bequeath mv
live and onlv correct theorems in geometrv to Billie
Max Thomason, knowing how she will need them,
and to my cousin, "The Professor," jerry Myers, I
leave mv chair in orchestra as "Concert Mistress"
Cwith the privilege of changing it to "Masta-r"U, along
with 50 of mv squeakv fiddle notes.
I, Fave Petrea, being of sound mind and bodv Gil.
do herebv will and bequeath all mv wonderful times
dating, mv love for Miss Rogers, and mv tvpewriter
to Mildred Allen. To the rest, I leave nothing, as l
I, Ililda Marie Pennington, do herebv will and be'
queath all of the broken down pencil sharpeners to
loc Earlv, a rising sophomore, hoping that he will
use them to make noise at the coming pep meetings.
To Bettv Sue Patterson and -Iaekie Gabriel, I leave mv
love for Mrs. Martin and tvping, hoping they don't
make as manv errors as I did.
I, Lou ,lean Pethel, do herebv will and hequeath mv
love for mv teachers, who have done so much for me,
and mv good times at Cannon High to Bobbv Helms,
a rising junior.
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LAST WILL ANL TEST!-IMENT
1, Donnie Phillips, do hereby will and bequeath mv
ability to graduate to mv sister, Gladell: and to any
girl lucky enough to tackle Cecil Phillips and hold
him, I leave the ability.
I, Gail Phillips, do hereby will and bequeath my
driver's license to Phyllis Canup, knowing how well
she likes to "spin a wheel." To Nancy Lentz, I leave
my iob at the "Y", and to my sister, Carolyn, I will
my ability to have a thousand and one "crushes" and
yet never succeed.
I, "Becky" Phillips, do hereby will and bequeath to
the "Ct-interview Gang" the authority to run the school
next year, and I leave my sister, a rising freshman, in
I, Nell Pope, do hereby will and bequeath my
chemistry seat and my ambition to become a nurse to
Louella Richardson, and to Carleen Rogers, I will
my love for K.H.S.
I, Bettie Nell Rhyne, do hereby will and bequeath
all my good times in Concord to Barbara I-Ianeline.
I, Johnnie Richardson, do hereby will my desire to
go to South Carolina and the mountains during
school to anyone who can get away with itg to joe
Thomas, I leave my iokes and good times, and for
the faculty, I'l1 just leaye.
I, Jean Riggs, do hereby will and bequeath my
nickname, "Guggles," to Phyllis Canup, hoping she
can make better use of it than I did. To Nancy Lentz,
I will my ability to have a big crush for a certain
Graduate, hoping she will succeed where I didn't.
I, Tommy Riggs, being one of the last of the Riggs
family, feel it proper for me just to leave.
I, Peggy Robinette, do hereby will and bequeath
to jean Kay Dayvault my good fortune in succeeding
over all my rivals and keeping my one and only after
a desperate three years' struggle.
I, S. L. Robinette, do hereby will and bequeath my
ability to sleep in my study hall to jimmy Cline.
I, Wayne Robinson, do hereby will and bequeath
nothing to Charles Steen.
I, Barbara Rogers, do hereby will and bequeath my
letter "C," in the band, to anyone lucky enough to
I, Evelyn Rogers, do hereby will and bequeath my
love and my good times at K.H.S. to Spix Mullis.
To Cannon High, I iust leave. Thanks to all those
wonderful teachers that made it possible with a C-.
Congratulations, Class of '5'll
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LAST WILL AND TESTAMENT
I, Jimmy Rogers, do hereby will and bequeath mv
position as cheerleader to any sucker who wants it.
I, Thelma Roseman, do hereby will and bequeath
my favorite place on the steps to my sisters, Ruth and
joan. My ability to go out for everything and make
nothing, I leave to Pearl Earnhardt.
I, Graydene Ross, do hereby will and bequeath my
good times at high school to my cousin, Miriam Castor,
and to my cousins, David and Dan, my ability to finish
high school in four years.
I, Nancy Safrit, do hereby will and bequeath my
monitor post to my sister, Pat, hoping she will get the
same treatment I got. To Hilda Maulden, I will my
complexion, hoping she will bathe it daily.
I, Phyllis Safrit, will and bequeath my love of art
to Joann Newell, hoping she will enioy six units of it
as I. To Gayle Goodman, I leave my place to play the
flute in orchestra and band, knowing she wants it.
I, Rex Savage, do hereby will and bequeath my
ability to graduate from Cannon High School in four
years to Harold "Jimmie" Deal.
I, Margaret Ellen Sechler, do hereby will and be-
queath my seat in dramatics to Millicent Rosenburg. To
Annie Armstrong, knowing her love for Concord, I
will all my good times I have had there. To all under-
classmen, I will my four wonderful and happy years
at Cannon High.
I, Ramona Self, do hereby will and bequeath my
ability to finish school and enjoy it to my cousin, Bobby
Woodard, and to Phyllis Callicutt, I leave my seat in
the senior section and all the dignity that goes with it.
I, Joann Shankle, do hereby will and bequeath my
ability to graduate to Janice and Betty. To Norma,
Barbara, Winkie and Ollena, I leave my favorite period,
fourth period lunch.
I, john L. Shaver, Ir., do hereby will and bequeath
all my good times in high school to Sue and Gene
Shaver, and my big mouth to anyone who can use it.
I, Nancy Shelf, being of sound CPD mind, do hereby
will and bequeath my monitor post to my little brother,
Sonny, hoping he doesn't get as "beat up" as I did.
My good times and love for Cannon High, I leave to
those who deserve it.
I, Nancy Shepherd, do hereby will and bequeath
my ability to be an office page to Ianice Earle Dennis,
and to jimmy Reavis, my position in Honor Society,
hoping he will love it as much as I have.
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LAST WILL ANL TESTAMENT
I, Mildred Sherrill, do hereby will and bequeath mv
love for a certain sailor of the U. S. Navy to Iuanita
Simpson. To any person who is crazy enough to want
it, I gladly leave my position on the CANNON REPORT
Business Staff. For the sake of the faculty, my brother,
Tony, and the freshmen, I just leave.
Jerry Shinn just leaves, he hopes.
I, Zelia Sides, do hereby will and bequeath my
ability to ride to school each day to Cecil Overcash and
Ray Petrea and to "jackie" Gabriel, I leave all my
good times at Cannon High.
I, Jerry Sides, do hereby will and bequeath all my
good times to Douglas Sue Logan and all my Saturday
nights to Lloyd "Quincy" Wike.
I, Harvey Sigmon, hereby will and bequeath my
ability to graduate from high school to Bub Templeton
and Kenneth Tomlin, because they will need it.
I, Anais Simmons, do hereby will and bequeath my
ability to keep quiet at the right time and yet have a
good time to Helen Simmons.
I, Walterine Slawson, do hereby will and bequeath
my ability to get into the Mixed Chorus without trying
out to anyone that is that lucky. My good times at
Dear Ole Cannon High I leave to Mary Frances
Nash and my cousin, Joyce.
I, Betty Ann Sloop, do hereby will and bequeath my
position as news editor of the CANNON REPORT to
jerry Armstrong and to Carolyn CSusieD Shaver, I
leave my seat in typing and my love for banking.
I, Helen Sloop, do hereby will and bequeath my
ability to graduate to any underclassman, and all my
good times to my brothers, Franklin, Guy, and sister,
I, Grady Smith, being of an unsound body and even
weaker mind, do hereby will and bequeath my ability
to graduate to "Bug" Tucker.
I, jimmy Smith, do hereby will and bequeath my
ability to finish high school to Bunny Hampton, be-
cause I know he will need it, and my headaches from
studying go to Marvin Overcash because he needs
something in that head of his.
LADY'S FUNERAL HOME
Oxygen Equipped Ambulances
24 HOUR SERVICE
101 south mage
HARRY'S ESSO SERVICE
III9 S. Main Street
JEWELRY Sc LOAN CO.
I007 South Main
LUGGAGE MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS
Fine Mirrors A Speciolty
THE GLASS SHOP
NEW AND ANTIQUE GIFTS
Jackson Pork Konnapolis, N. C.
LAST WILL ANI TEST!-IMENT
l, Hazel Snipes, do hereby will and bequeath mv
good times to Vera Mae Coble, a rising iunior, hoping
she enioys school as much as I did.
I, Phyllis Spry, do hereby will and bequeath all my
good times at Cannon High to my brother, Ierry. To
Norma Hardy, I leave my basketball uniform, hoping
she will enjoy it as much as I have.
I, Betty Stafford, needing everything I have, cannot
will and bequeath anything to anyone. Sorry!
I, Jacqueline Stamey, being of sound mind do hereby
will and bequeath my wavy hair to anyone able to
manage it and my seat in dramatics to Ruth Roseman.
I, Mattie Anne Starnes, do hereby will and be-
queath my good times at Cannon High to Carol Sue
Price, a rising sophomore, and my ability to graduate
to my brother, Paul Starnes.
I, Shirley Stevens, do hereby will and bequeath my
monitor post to Marlene Lunsford, a rising sophomore,
hoping that she will not get knocked down and stomped
on as much as I have been.
I, jackie Taylor, do will and bequeath my good times
at K.H.S. to joe Dowless, and my love for dancing to
Phil Tesh and Phyllis Canup.
I, Priscilla Teague, do hereby will and bequeath
my love for Spanish to my sister, who will be a rising
freshman next year.
I, Christine Teal, do hereby will and bequeath my
love for Ocean Drive to Nancy Lentz, and my ability
to date a college "Cat" and never get scratched to
I, Dot Tilley, do hereby will and bequeath my
blonde hair to anyone who uses peroxide and my good
times at K.H.S. to Mae Cox.
I, Helen Troutman, do hereby will and bequeath
my ability to make good grades in shorthand to any-
one who is crazy enough to try it and my ability to go
steady with a Mills as long as I have, to jimmy Smith.
I, Henry Tucker, being of sound mind OD, do here-
by will and bequeath my sense of humor and my
924 N. Main St.
HOME FURNISHING COMPANY
Jackson Park Road
CONGRATULATIONS, SEN l0RSl
AUTO REPAIRS-AUTO PARTS
Phone 955-W Cannon Blvd.
LAST WILL ANL TESTAMENT
ability to graduate in six years to jerry Hayes, Wendell
Howard, Harvey Tucker, and james Hill. I leave my
good times to "Winkie" Waldrop. I leave my iob as
stage manager to anyone, who thinks he can do with-
I, Joyce Tucker, being of sound mind and sounder
body, do hereby will and bequeath my ability to
graduate to my brother, Charles.
I, Loretta Vaughn, do hereby will and bequeath all
my good times at K.H.S. and my love for Concord to
Evelyn Martin. My place in banking, I leave to any-
one lucky enough to get it.
I, Mary Ann Vickers, do hereby will and bequeath
my good times in second period study hall to Doris
Lunsford. My love for Mrs. Rhinehardt, I leave to
anyone lucky enough to get her as a teacher.
I, Frances Vinson, do hereby will and bequeath my
good times in high school to my sister, Bettyg to Kav
Turner and Martha Adams, I will my love for chewing
I, Sally Wagner, do hereby will and bequeath my
majorette uniform to my little sister, Suzanne, who
is in the class of '64. My E CFlatD Clarinet, I iust
leave, for Mr. Maulden's sake.
I, Margaret Walker, do hereby will and bequeath
my ability to pass biology in one year to Sue Lazenby,
and my ability to come into classes late to Barbara
I, James Waller, being of Coh, well, iust beingl do
hereby will and bequeath my seat in dramatics to any-
one who is crazy enough to want to be in front of Miss
Rogers, and my love for a good time to the gang.
I, Lilla Walters, will and bequeath all my grand
times during high school to Georgia Viola, a rising
sophomore, and to Nancy Viola, my love of reading
good books, which she hates.
I, Jean Watts, do hereby will and bequeath my
ability to go four years in high school without having
detention hall to Billy Ray Murphy, a rising senior.
And I will my senior seat to Doris Lunsford, who will
be able to use it in three years.
I, Gilbert Watts, do hereby will and bequeath my
ability to graduate to Bobby Watson.
I, Ruby Weddington, being of weak mind and
sound body do hereby will and bequeath my ability
to graduate in four years to my cousins, Don and
Buddy Argo. My nicknames, "Baby Face" and "Brown
Eyes," so named by Mr. Van Poole, to Elaine Over-
cash, and my monitor post in front of 303 to jean
I, Eugene "Egg" Whittington, do hereby will and
bequeath my position as Chief Cheerleader to anyone
who is as lucky as I, hoping they will do better than
I, and my flirtaciousness to Lloyd Wike.
I, Benny Whitley, leave with the hope of never
I, Carol Wiles, do hereby will and bequeath my
ability to finish school in four years to my sister,
Arlene, who is a rising freshman, and to Theresa
Ensley my ability to finish high school without getting
Price Furniture Co.
l006 N. Main
First Rate, Not Cut Rate
The Flower Shop
Mrs. Marvin Avant and Mrs. Edith Galloway
Flowers For Every Occasion
Flowers by Wire-Member of T. D S.
Day Phone 740
Night Phones 792-Y Cr l23'Y
Jackson Park Rd. Kannapolis, N. C.
MILL'S F LORIST
North Main St.
FLOWERS FOR ALL OCCASIONS
LAST WILL AND TESTAMENT
I, Ellen Wilson, do hereby will and bequeath all my
teachers at Cannon High to my sister, Joan. They have
taught me more than I could learn, and I shall have
no further use for them.
I, Janice Wood, do hereby will and bequeath all
our bulletin boards to Jean Kay Dayvault to do alone.
To Janice Earle Dennis, I leave my icy monitor post
in the south tower, warning her to dress as for the
I, Jo Ann Woolard, do hereby will and bequeath to
my sister, Carol, a rising freshman, the luck of having
Mrs. Martin as a teacher for two wonderful years.
I, Eula Mae Wyatt, do hereby will and bequeath
all my good times to Ray Wyatt and Keith Helms,
who are rising sophomores, knowing they will eniov
them as much as I did. To Hazel Dancey, I leave
my senior seat in assembly, and to all underclassmen,
I, Mildred Wyatt, do hereby will and bequeath my
ability to graduate to my sister, Joyce, who will become
a rising freshman next year. To Shirley Perkins, I
leave my love for dear ole Cannon High.
I, Price Yates, do hereby will and bequeath to my
brother, Wayne, my B's in English under Miss Gray
and to everybody else, the chance to get it the best
way they can.
I, Sonja Youngs, do hereby will and bequeath the
A.B.C. gum under my study hall seat and the won-
derful pleasure of being a senior to Barbara Campbell.
I, Norma Yoos, do hereby will and bequeath mv
seat in dramatics to Millicent Rosenberg, hoping she
will enioy it as much as I did.
Patrunize lflur Advertisers
HOLBROOK'S RADIO SERVICE
Guaranteed repairs on any make Home or Auto Radios
Television Sets-Public Address Systems-Auto Radios
lll5 North Ridge Ave.
"The House of Comfort"
Plenty of Parking Space
Cannon Blvd. Phone l045
SERVICE OIL CO.
Wholesale G Retail
GAS, KEROSENE AND OILS
5l5 N. Cannon Blvd. Phone 452
Kannopolis, N. C.
Jackson Park Grocery
Serve Yourself or Be Served
Louise Ave. Jackson Park
THE LINOLEUM SHOP
"Look of Your FloorsgOthers Do"
Phone l076 Jackson Park
Poultry Supplies-Baby Chicks
l0l8 S. Main St. Phone 23-L
Kannopolis, N. C.
B 8: W SUPPLY COMPANY
Feeds - Seeds - Fertilizer - Baby Chicks - Poultry Supplies - Stock Remedies
Hardware - Paint - L. and H. Appliances - Lawn Mowers - Garden Tractors
MIDWAY WHOLESALE AND RETAIL BUILDING SUPPLIES PHONE sss
KANNAPOLIS, N. C.
llc. Hfaulf S
105 West First Sfreef xosnmxxsx smsnxm me
KANNAPOLIS, N. C.
Hudson's Super Market GRANT MOTOR CO.
Self-Service Phone 9l2-L . .
. Buzck Sales and Servzce
N. Ridge Ave.
Where You Get The Best For Less lolz South Main Street
MEATS-PRODUCE-GROCERIES P. O. Box 8 Phone 1206
W. H. WHITLEY 8: SONS, INC.
The Home of
Whitley's Mutual Funeral Association
Serving This Community Since 1913
FRESH MEATS AND PRODUCE YOUR FAWON STORE
Phone 765-X Cannon Blvd. IN SALISBURY
ECONOMY FINANCE COMPANY, INC.
Cannon Boulevard P- 0- BOX 826
KAN NAPOLIS, NORTH CAROLINA
THE BAKE SHOP
Hot Do-nuts, Special Cakes, Wedding Cakes, Birthday Cakes, Special Orders
Sunday 8 P.M.-6 A.M.-OPEN-Weekdays 7 A.M.-7 P.M.
Fresh Cocoanut on Friday, Saturday, and Sunday
MAXWELL BROTHERS FURNITURE CO.
ll5-ll7 North Main Street
Telephone 232 fr 880
KAN NAPOLIS, N. C.
R. D. Wright's Grocery
FRESH MEATS AND GROCERIES
402 East First Street
FIRESTONE HOME 8:
138 West Ave. Phone 459
B t B l T
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COmp"me"'S of "The Friendly Furniture
Sloan's Super Market Storey
Late Evening Hours Open Until 10:00 P.M.
Delivery To Your Kitchen FRIGIDAIRE
Free Carry-Out Service Sales and Services
Phone ll04-W Cannon Boulevard
WILLIAMS PRINTING O. K. Floor Covering Co.
COMPANY Phone 1018
PRWTERS AND OFFICE 9l8 North Main Street
OUTFIT-l-ERS See Us For Your Floor
l40 West Avenue Phone 770 Covering Needs
CGNGRATULATIONS, CLASS OF '51
CABARRUS BANK 8: TRUST CO.
Kannapolis, N. C.
N. Main St.
Kannapolis, N. C.
'ff MCNEELY'S GARAGE
319 Professional Building AUTOMOTWE REPAIR
504 Bethpage Rd. Phone 741-W
WRENN's MEN,S SHOP
South Main St. 7
KANNA"0L'5' N' C' CONGRATULATIONS
ArringtOn's Esso Service
Jackson Park Road
Road Service Phone 508
C. 8: M. GROCERY
Member Of Independent
Phone 810 Jackson Park Rd.
KANNAPOLIS, N. C.
"Skate for Your Health"
South Main Street
KANNAPOLIS, N. C.
ASTAlR'S SWING TROT
Lois Freeland, Dance Instructor
Located Next Door To Landis Bus Station
RAY R. ROBERTS
It will poy youelo poy mee!
To poy your losses
102 Professional Bldg. Phone 184
FOOT-LONG HOT DOGS
Sandwiches of All Kinds
Open 6 A.M. to 12 P.M.
Near Catawba College
100 Statesville Rd.
SALISBURY, N. C.
Colonial Frozen Foods
of Kannapolis, Inc.
FREEZER LOCKERS, MEAT
P. X. GRILL
"Best Sandwiches I n Town"
1024 West "C" sr. Phone 939-R
BEST WISHES FROM
Wil-Mar Soda Shop
Opposite Cabarrus Hospital
"Our All-Meat Hamburgers
Open Every Day Except Monday
10:00 A.M.-11:30 P.M.
A. A. WAGNER COMPANY
!'TI1e reosori so few people succeed is becouse rio one
hos discovered how To sit down ond slide uphill."
KANNAPOLIS, N. C. Phone 330
TOUJEL CITY THEHTRES, Inc.
KANNAPOLIS, NORTH CAROLINA
"We Fit The Hord To Fit Feet"
Shoes and Hosiery for the Entire Family
Phone 108 S. Moin St., Konnopolis
P g Seventy-six
Main Office and Plant 311 "A" St.
Far Cleaning, Glazing
"The Daylight Plant"
"Drive-ln" Laundry 6' Cleaning Service
Visit Your Neighborhood
Telephone orders Welcomed
Courteous Servucee -Free Delivery
Towel City Towel
CANNON MILLS PRODUCTS
Store No. l Store No. 2
South Main St. Cannon Blvd.
Phone 270 Phone 996
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