A L Brown High School - Albrokan Yearbook (Kannapolis, NC)

 - Class of 1952

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Plwllis IIIIHIIIIIHSUII, Put S:lI'riI. vlcrulinc XV:llts. eniord . . . 52,10 0 k , , 1 IT is-.NAL V K 3.6 .WK J 'B n4..,4.? 3' N' I J A Lf! 'A--i IQ ,f Q W, ,wx 7, L4 u 1M14.MWaMu1j4' W S 4 1,4 f A 'sf LBJ A N .fL,l?l" f Page 'l'vu MASCOTS c:YN'llllA DIOHNSON IJANA l.ril5lmlc'K SENIOR CLASS UISI-'K'liHS KENNEIH uXnc:o .......,........ l,VL'SiLll'lIf l3ENj,x1x1lN x'VRIUll'I .. . ..... Vim' l'r'wiJc:11 Ihr!-11 ll,VxN1fs ..... .,..., S ccrvnrra Blu. HENNEII . . .... I H'IlSIH'l'l' IXIOTIO: UU'-,IU Will lo DU, Iflv 811111 in Univ." , lJI,OXX'liRi On-lzifl Colnnsz l,t1l'UHt1L'l' mul Silver x-VYN-1 LASS ISTORY VV'hat a beautiful dav for strolling along the Beach ol' Liiiel Although we have dime this so many times before, we still have a tendency to glance out upon the vast Ocean of Memories. liut there's something dillierent about it today. As we look more closely we notice the dillierence there are four of the many waves ol' memories distinctly larger than all the others, and each ol' these larger in succession. Upon further exami nation we discover that these particular waves are Iilletl with the memories ol' our Your jov lilled high school vears. ilihe smaller ol' the four waves, representing our I'reshman vear. rolls rather timidly toward the shore, l'or this was the way in which we entered Cannon lliglm School to become ac- quainted with the customs of the school where we would spend three and one-half delightliul vears. As the wave draws nearer, we remember the ones we chose to lead us that year. Bill Bennett led us as president, Linny Baker, vice- prcsidentg hlarthelaine Vlfilliams, secretary: llils da hlaulden, treasurer. To represent our class in Council, we chose .lane Shelton and Bennv llargett. These ollicers and our class adviser, Miss Lois Smith, led us through a very successful lireshman vear. Another newcomer our freshman vear was our principal, hir. li. U. Drummond. But he, as we did, soon became well acquainted with Can! non lligh. The main activitv our lirst year was the liresh- man Class Partv, which was in the I'orm ol' a square dance held in the school gymnasium. lr was the height ol' conversation for everssoblong alterwards. As the lirst small wave breaks and splashes around our feet, we look out towards the second wave, which comes toward us more bravely than did the lirst, for this was the vear in which we shed our titles ol' "Creenies" and became known as "Sophisticated Sophomoresf' At a class meeting our second year, we chose as our ollicers: Linnv Baker, president, vice' president, Buck Cooke: secretary, Carolyn Host, and treasurer, Kenneth Argo. .Ianiee Earle Den- nis and Kenneth Argo represented our class in Council, and Linny Baker was chosen from our class as Student Government Treasurer. We were very proud to have an oflicer in the Student Government, for as freshmen we had not been eligible. Our sophomore adviser, bliss lililabeth Craf ham, aided us in planning our class partx, which was held at lXlirror's Lake. Swimming, plaving golf, and especially eating were enjoyed bv evervone. liour of our classmates, Linnv Baker, 'lean Kat' Davvault, Charles Elird, and .Ianice Earle Den- nis, were tapped into the National l lonor Socielv that vear. VVe were indeed proud ol' them, lor verv liew sophomores get into that organization. ilihen, as we stand lost in remembranccs, the third large wave rolls in and breaks at our Iieet, bearing on its crest those wondrous recollections ol' our junior year. ilihat vear -lane Shelton and Huck Cooke repre sented us in Council. Once again we chose Linnv Baker president. ln liact, our slate ol' olli cers was the same as it had been our sophomore vcar except for a liew changes ol' ollice. Kenneth Argo became our vicefpresidentg Carolyn liost, our secretarv, and Buck Cooke, our treasurer. hliss hlarjorie l larrell became our junior adviser. 'lihen came our lirst class plav. llow thrilled we were that it was our class who could now have the jov ol' four weeks ol' practicing. putting on grease paint, and painting scenerv. Our nlav was "Babys Night Out," directed bv hliss Ade line Rogers. ln December ol' that vear, the seniors honored us with a beautiful Senior-junior Prom, using the theme "VVinter VVonderland." l.arge snow men, lamp posts, and snow laden trees carried out the scene picturesquely. CiContinued on page 383 Page lfleven SENIORS Ruth Adams lullxiuiuiail Ihislwxlmgill I: l',ll..X. .ll lhlili' lluli 1, 4: l.ilui i'lulm I: .Xrl llulv 4. Virginia Faye Allen lulrqimulailx I: lililnry flulx ,4. 4. l'in-siiln-ul 4: l4ilils' l'Iuli 4: Sluilvut frllXi'I llllN'lll I,lllll'L' L lllIlIlllllL'l' 4i Niiuli-ui Xilininislr.itiuii Il.ix 2. Franklin Donald Anderson ,luuiur f'l.iss I'I:1y fans! 4: "Swing u-is" 4: IliN I. 1, 4, -I: l'Iwliiislry llulu 4: l4.iu.l I, 2, 4, 4: l.Llllll Q luli 4, 4: Xllxml Qlmiuc- 4: Slumlvul :Ml uiinisli.itimi lJ.u 1: Sociul Slzimlnrzls i1ui'cu-iu'i' 4: Sliulvul limi-rillm'lil Il.inu- iiiiuuulu- 4. Annie Lois Armstrong linillmll Slmiiwi l: ,luuiur Vzirsilx l4.isl,vllx.ill I: lilIl14 I, l, 4, -lx llx.uu.uu's K'Iuli 4: Svssiiui lluuw I: Stutli-nt hmm-iiiiiwiil llama- l'nuuniI lm' l, 2, 4, 4: hiciiim Snug funn iuulu- 4: Sluill-ul Ciuxciliiiiclil Ihuu' L iuuiullli'1'. I nu-ilzuunu-lu L li:uriii.in 4, 4: lunlm S1-limi' llgincv C'miili1iIlm' 4: il.iss Night lxviriw 4: IuIl':i uiumlx l: XII fluli 4. Peggy Austin Iiu1.iuiul.il4 I: Iri llil 4, 43 lim in.iIirs Cilulx 4g "44'mii:ui in lh-ll" Liu 4: llilvlc Klulm 4: Slllllvlll Kim E vmim-iii Dqniu- llxiiiiiiiiivn- 4: flaw Xiglit Ixvinlw 4: I.Il.X. l. Kathryn Janette Bailes N li.iiisll-:mil In Cnuunxillc lligll Srliinfl, iiiuriixillr. S. Ci.. I: ilirzuis Im'Iu'll.xllui1i ilirviiiillm' lligli Wclmul. t.n-1-nvillv, 5. Q., Z: liill1Y 3, 4: Xlunuzu 41' Qlliu' l':igc 4, 4: In-null Llull '-l: l.i!in i'lulw I: Stuslvul .Ml miiiislnui-m Dux 1: lilliiiwhiciiim Imumillvc' 4, i . . SENIORS Mildred Allen l.uin Cluli I: l4iliIL'4'lulrlL,Illl1luI' l'l.ix Xl.irsli.1l 4: l.irls' llnuus 4. is ' I. Alice Mary Allman lrit!l'f4i1u1r:il,C. I: ll'illi5 1.2, 4. 4: lilmgfry Clufl 3, 4: Lum i'lulm 4, 4. llvrriraithlhl fuailiiillcn' 4: Slmlrul Xghilhlisflailiniir lD.iy 2: Sulllrul Ili reclur jluiiur Play 4. Kenneth Argo Xairsilx l4:isn'li:ill l. 4, 4: Xuisilx llmnlmll 4, 4: lraulx 4, 4: luIr.i ruumls I, l: llil I, 1, l'icsialL-ul I. Yin' l'l'c4iLlcl1I 1: Xlmmgiqiui l'lulx .4- 43 Xluuilnr 4, 4: Quill :uicl Srrull 4, 4: Npnnisli lluli 4, 4: Sllulcul fnuluil 1: Session lluuw 1: llmun' llunui Yiu'l'lm'sinli'l1l l. 4: Suplm limlv C'I.iss 'llc.isllri-1: K'l.iss Yin' l'rusialcnl 4, I'icsi.lclu 4: lnxxux. Rlvunl I4usim-ss Null 4, 4: Siuilm-nl Xilniuiisiruliun IJ.ix 1: Slnml Smml xirils Chlilclciiu- 4: K'1rliiiiiuiiuviiii-lil Xl.u'4li.il 4: juulm I'l.ix 4: Supml.i lim- 4: l4.uul l. 1, 4. Jerry Armstrong Ynrsitx liiullmll 4, 4: -Iuuim limi lnill 1: ,luuiul l4.islwllu.iIl 1. 4: Y.usilN l4.isclmll 4, 41juniul l4.iwli.ill 2: Ili X I, 1, 4, 4. Cliziplniu I, llvlmilcl 4. SccI'rl.ilx 4: XlniiuL1r.iiii fluli 4, 4: Xlm1ugi.il11l'l.n 4: Xlmillur 4: l.lllI1lIX l'lul1 I. 2: Spiinisli flulu 4, 4: 91-sslmi lluusc 4, Xlixvnl 1'lim'u4 I, 1, 4: Xnriclx Slum 4: l7i'lug.ilc to lluu' 'il.1Ic 4: Vxwxuw I4li'mil lzrlimiml Smll' 4. 4, I4ins' Slmils Iwluin 4. Cul-Llilur 4: Sminl Slaimlnlils fun 4 lvri-ilu' 4: ,luumi l'l.iss ll.ix in-.1 4. Sherrill Lee Austin Xlmlul Xirlvlnnc' Clulx 2, 4. Linny Baker llur:imur.nls 1.2: linnlnill 4: ,Iuunn Xulsilx linsclmll I: juuim ll.islwIli:ill I. l. Xairsilx' 4, 4: Xluuugnuu llulu 4, 4: llumu' 'inciclx 1. 4, 4, Yirr Picximluul 4. X lu' l'u'sisln'ul Suu' lluuur 'iucictx 4: Ili Y I. 1. 4, Xiu: l'ri-siilcnt I, I4i1Lsimlclil L: Nluiulrll 4, 4: Quill :md NL-mll 4, 4: liilxle' flulm 1: Spanish Qlluln 4. 4, Xiu'- l'i1-simlviit 4: Nluilvnl llinlx ln-gisurm' 2, Scrrvturv 4. l'rc-siiluul 4: lJ.uiu' Ckilllliiillcn- 4, 4: Hurnc l4mwux l'lvsi nlvm l, 1. 4: Class YiCL'l'l'Qhisln'lil I. l'i'csi4lv.'iit 1, 4: C'li:iirnmn llcnliuulinn Cnminillvu 4: Cnmox lhi-mil llusi ness SUM' 2, 4, 4: Suulunt .Xiluiiuis !r:uiun Dan' 2: Nucinl Nmml.inIs Cuiilicreiicc ,4: Nlxixtcr ul' lAC'l'L'UJHlllC5 jllhiur-Slsninr 4: fhiel' l'ulnl1u'm'v ment Marshal 4: IJ:-li-gmc lu llniu-il Nations Pilgriimigv lor luulli in N. Y. 4, l'rvsimlvm ul' l'ilglixmiqv 4: Supurl.uiw 4. SENICRS Paul Barbee lnli,nnur:ils I: -lunim' Mirsiiy Iinil I-.ill lg Si-Minn lluusm' I. Leah Rae Barker Illllll I. 1. 4: I'.II.X. I1 Stu mlm-ul ilmrinimwit I7.i1u'm' l'uiniixittI-u 4: hills' Clminx ll Nunlcut Xilminix lmliuu I7.ii 1: ,Iuniur flaw l'I.lx XI.il sli.iI 1: Class Night I-u-ruiw I: Ilumi- Ilmnln II'l'ilNlIl'l'l' I: "XII-s5i.ili" I. . f , pg ' rv.f,.-I ,Ill 'IL "' v ! . 4. Maj' 'N f' 'lnfv' 'ajft ,Wig ., if I ,s 4 ' -in ' I A- 4 -0 ,1AL"'f3, , gr n nv. Q . I. I I 'Aff BfBarnKa'rdt IlIII.lIIIIlI.lI5 I, lg Mnsm lmnlmll C, Nlailnigvi' 1: lllniui' Nfirxili Ilxislwl Imll 1, -I: lli Y I. 2. 4, 4: Nluimgmixi C Iulu 1. 4, 4: Suviuii Ilmiw I. 4 Ilmni' Ilmnii Yin' l'li'sisIvnl 2: 5 ii Ili-nl funn-iiililclil Iliiwn' iuininilliw 'l Peggy Nell Beaver llilili- mini. a, Ii. Eugene Benfield Inii.imni.ilx I: ,Iunmr X .irsiix lim! Imll I, Ynrsilx limilmll 4: llilalr l'luI: lg Ili Y I, 1, 4, 4. Eugene Benton X .nelly Ilnxlwllmll 4. 4: juni-in Yzirsilx' II.i5Li-ilmll 2: Ynrsilx I'inriIi.ilI 1: lIiY 4: Nluiiugluiii Club 4. 4: llililv K'IuIi 4: 'ilmiiixli flulu R. 41 Ni-mini: Ilunw lg Ilimw Ilinnu Yiu' l'ii-ximlvnl I. SENIORS Nancy Drayne Barger Imrzuiiurails I: IriIIiY I, 1: Slmnisli flulm 4, 4: I.:1Iin llulx 4: llunu- llmnn Ilrusislviil 4: 0ln'I1s'sll'n I. 2. K, 4: Slumli-nl Iiliniiiixlraniun Dui 1: C'ixiiiiiwiwcliiciil Xluixlxnl ig Sm-niui' llwiiiiiiillvm' 4: ,lllnini'Si-iiim Lmiiiimillcu 4. C. W. Barnhardt Klicniislri' flulm 4: Inlin C'Iulm la Svssiun llousi' I. 1: llilr:imili':iIN I. ins i. Phyllis Louise Barringer Iiillxiliiiirulm I: llilmlv C'luIi 4. 4: SIYLIIIISII Clulm 4, 4: Svsximi lluuw lg Ilulnm' llmun I'l'c:lsllli'i' I, 'Ig Si-nim C'ulnlnilln'i' -I: Uirlinwllal I, 1, ig .Xliu-ml C'Imrux 4: Ulu-ivllu Xlaiislml I: Sunil-nl Xilininiwimlimi Ilnx J: ,Iilnlm I'I.n Xlnislml 4: Class Nlvlil . f- l wclvisi- 4. James Belk Inlriiiullralls I, 2: Xqnsilx Ilnnlwl lmll 3. 4: JIIIIIUI' lairxllx Ilnxlwllmll 1: Xlmmgniiii l'luIu 4, -I: IIIY 4, Wilson Graham Bennett Inlrgimurailx I. 2: lnrsilx Iiniilmll 1. 4. 4, ,Iuniur Ynrsili I: Nlmmglaln Ilnlv 4, 4: Svmiuii Iluuw 4: Ilmm' Ilmnn I'i'1-siilviil I: Svniur I Inv 'I'l'v:islli'i'r 4: I'l'UsIilll:m Claus I'iL'xi Alum I. Wayne Biles Inil.imul.iIs I. lc Yairaili' Iuullmll 1. w. 4: ,luninr lqirsili Iinmilmll I: Ilziwlmll lc Qnwxiuii llmism' I: Ilimw Ilinnn In-qixilici' I. Xiu-I'i'rsiilvi1l 2: Slilgt' C'l'i'u ' SENIORS Betty Jane Black llxllil l. 4. -41l.ll.X. 1,4 lnli.nmlll.ils 1, 11 llllxli- Clulx I, 1, hill! ilu-Ixus 1, I: Nluilvnl flmvrn mvlil lJ.luu' lmiilillllvi' 1. 5. 4' lilumi l'l.1x l'ulwluxlx iimiiniltvi- 2- Xil llillu 4. Etta Sue Boggs Ililvlw I lulw. Si-in-l.nx 4: l.nIlir K lllll , , . . ,. 4: 4-mils Klmius 1. ig Xllxul ilwius I1 vlllnmr Class l'l.ix. llm-I Xl.usli.ul 4. Melvena Carol Bonds i.mu-r.: K lull 43 llilulv C llilm 4. Barbara Gail Bost luli.:mili.ils I. lil IIIN 4, 4,841- ri-l.ilx 4: l.ll. X. l, 4: lzlllll' llulu I. 2: lllliu' l'.ign' 41 livmli Clulu 4 Nmwlvhrix I: Sussman llvsllw' I: lax xox Ili mm: llvlu 'ati-i 4: Slilrlrnt Xrlurmislinlimi IJ.n lg Sviiiui' Kimi lniluw' 4, Dixie Bradford ll.mslvlu'.I limi: Oh-II 4. N v I Janet Buckwell fx I I SENIOR Donald Eugene Black Intr.umlrnIs l. 1: llil I, 1, 4, 4, i'lwniis!rx' flulx in Slmnisli C'luIi ig Svssimi llmiw I: II.m:l I, 1, 4, 4: "5u'il1gst1'rN" 4. 4? ', Carolyn Ann Boles l., i'.-wil 1. 1. 4. Ilrhli- mini, 4. "..l.:uIiir 1-'lilly 4, 4. if Lv 1 'g,',.,L-A .!- 5 3 K, 'T , ,3 ' , 'F iw .,, .-, 4-X. ep fc..N'l, W H ri Carolyn Lee Bost f lmvilmll Slmnwi lg 'lilniui' lln-I-1 lnunlvl' 2: Xlmiilm 4: lll.llu:ilins fluls 4: 'Sluclvnl llmiriirll 4: Ni-ssinn Iluuw 4: Hlilnlvnl C.mi-iimu-nl llama- Chin mlllru 4. 4: Ilmm' Ilmnn Si-xim'l.ilx I. 2. 4, 41 Class Svrivlally 1, Ig llnml Spfmwr 2, 4: Slilzlvnr Xilminis lrzuliun Ihy 1: Smml Ylalmlnrmlx C'milcu'lu'v 4: ,lunmr I'l.ix Xlnrsll,il 4: Xlixuml Cluuns 1. 4: K'luisIln.is Qilvvn 4: l3l.uln.uIii's Class l'l.ii 4. Johnny Bowers Nnrsilx lI.rsIwllu.ill 4. 4: lnIl.i lmlmls I. 1: IIII I. L, 4,41 Xlunu gram llulu 4. 43 Slminsli llulv 4, 45 Si-ssiun llmrllsa' I. 2: Small-nl hw I-rnim-nt l7.um'c Cmiiiliillvc 4, 4: Ilulm' Iluuni Ylu'l'uwimli'i1l 4: lI.uml l. 1, I. 4: Ou'lu'sl1.i 4, 4: "Siding sluts" 4, 4: SIIIKIUIII Xmllllliiisliznlimi Ilnx Z. N- ' 7 xll Iv' Alssh X. X, ' X' . x 'J Rv .' . - v' ,Xu ,N Reese Brfnxdlqy -. 4' ' '- '. J ww' ' 2" ' ,ff rl, '. -' x. ,X ,, rbx ' X . s ' ,Rliyllis Dorsalee Callicutt v' l'.inslci'l'n'il lrum Nm-xx lumluii 4, X .nsltx Ihski-iIw.ilI 4. 4: illri lliI 4, 4. 'l4l'i':lsuu'i' 4: l..X.X. 4, 4. 'im rn'l:n'y 4: Xluuilur -I: K In-iuislrx l'lnli 4: lallin flulv I, -4: Nvniur llnwvl iimiinilh-1' 4. SENIORS Emily Caraway Iulmiuurnls I: 'I'riIIiY I, 1, 4: illnullur 4: I.lIu':u'y lluls 4, -lg I.:llm Vlulw 2, 4, Yin'uI'l1-aiilvlii 2: llumc Iluum SL-rlclnuy l. In-.mii'i'1' -lg Stu mln-nl .Xilluiuislmliuu Ilny 1: .hl'l C lulu I I, -, 4, -I. Katrina Cartner ,luniur Ynrsily Ilnslwllmll I: Intru- iuumls I: lflllll I. 1, .4, -I: l.ll..X. I: l.II!I'lll'h' KIIIIIW 4, -Ig llilwlc l'IuIm Al. J. D. Cauble Mimitur 43 'ipnuislx flulw 3, -I: Svssiuu Ilnuw 4, 4: llumv Ilnmu l'ln'siiIi'ul I. wfjwp p.J2.r'O'r ,J uelrbsVC,t . ur.: u - . ' .mu Iluuw l: m -I N Ir! lnri i -1 Sv 'n L'lulw 4: , Dy if W' ' fa Norma Jane Chambers Illlfllllllllllls I: Ililmlv L'luIx 1: l.uln C lulw 4, -4. Dorothy Childers lluuur Sucivlx' 4, -I, Sn'rl'm'l.il'4 -I: illunitur -lg lrillil I, -lg Spnnixla l llulm 4, Ircaiilcul 4: Iluiuu Ilumn I l'l's'simIcnl I. YicvI'l'n'siLlvl1t l, Irv.is un-i 4, I,ll'5llIl'lll -I: l'n-xlxnmn Ilan lwllmll llllIl'lliIIlll'lll I: lllll'iIl1llll'1ll5 I: Ililnlc C'IuIx 4: Stllilvnl .Mlminislrqilinu lluy 1. -I: ,lunim Scniur lluncc fum uiillm' C'Imil'luxm 43 Slunlcul limi-rn Ill1'Ill llnlivn- C'mmnillcn' -I: Sulwrlnliu' 41 Xliax Ili Miss -I. U-w SENICRS Betty Ca rpen ter l.uliu l'lulx 2, 4: fllulnislrx' cilllli .43 Ililrlc l lulr -I: Mmm CIHIIIIHIIICL' -lg l.lI..X. I. Dan Castor ,lllnuxr lnrmly luutlmll 1, 4: lnum luurnls I: llilxlu flulv -I. -rl' Z' 'lla' CW:-,4't 'Q MCM? I W7 ji 'ff!G,gQ11-C4 ij, 15- 7f"'A f ' A fl a 1 Ralph S. Cauble 'P -luuiur Yursily liuutlmll I: lima: murals I. 2: llihlc Cflulm -I: Spnnisli Club -I. Ollie Reid Caudle, Jr. ,Illl1lIll' Yurxity Ilnwlwzlllz Ili Y I, 2. J. 4: Ilnluli- C Iulv 4. Doris Ruth Chandler Inlrnmuruls lg llilwli- Clulm I, 1: mm' Ilnmu I'ri-sinlcnt 1: S4-mimi Iluusc 4: Cfmxuv Ili-lmiri' Rcpnru-x 4. - I I Kenneth Childers Ilil' 4, -I, 'I'x'L-milieu' -lg Nluniun' 4, -lg llilwlv C'IuIw I, 2: Spnnix-:Ii VII , . um 3. -I: Sumiuni Iluusc 2. 4: Iluun' llmun I'rusicIcul -I. Yirn-l'r'1-siclulul 4: Shiga' Frou I. 2, 4: .Xssisiunl Slugi' RIIIQIMCI' I, 1. SENIORS Sara Childers laala,aaaaiaa.ils l: llilala- Kliala I: Ii la.aax llialv 4. -l: llaaaaai' Raman Hi-irc laax -l. Nliailvaal Xalaaaiaaaslanliuai lJ.ai 1. 4 I . P A ' 1 Y Bobbie, Jean Claytbn laaaa.aaaaall1alx 1.01: nibli' Club 2. ,n u x a I Nadine Clement laiwliaxmaa l.aaIx' llnslwllaaall 'livzam I. laala.aaauaa.uls l, 1. 4: lillmlm' llula l. 1. 4: Ialargaav ilialv lg Kzaanvaxa llialr l. Sa' . l K D Franklil Comb! x K D, ,lv M. 1' A , v K. 4 1 4 0' Bette June Compton 'fg'laaia.aaaay:hfN ll laillil -lg l.aliaa f laalw 45 'Siaaalem liauvaaaaawail IJ.aa1ai' I ,, loaaiahfih-1' 45 lloaaai' llaaaaaaa Si'a'avI:aa'a l: Nlinaal flmaias 1. 4, -il: Slaailcaii Xi,auia1lxla.aliuaa ll.ax 1: Clam Night xfxa-auua-,if All flux x: Xlaaamganiaaa Hln-aaxua' 4, s ..A xi I Sidney Buchanan Cooke Saalrlaaaaaaaaai- K Inu X iac l'ai'simla'aal ll lliaaaai- liimaar laL'.asaaa'a-a' ll ,llaaiiua kaaxaax lauaalmll L: -liaaaaua llaaw Iai-.axiaai-a 4: Slaaila-aal Knaaaacil 4: llaraa-aa Slain-lx 4, l: llraaaaa' Rouaaa l'aawuli-aa! 4: Nlaaili-all llmla Yin' Ilai-xaila-all 4: Xliaaaiaaaa' 4: fxwxan liavawlxa llaaxaiavss Slaall 4: Sn-nina 1l.aw Koloa laaanaaiaaiva- -l. SENIOR Frank Chisholm aaaa,a.- c ana. 4, Maizie Leigh Cleary FV laraazimaaanalx I: l.ll,X. l,l 4. 'a ax li ' X i F. I 'a X ' a. ' a , pf -i XX f x vi, 1 . 1 V , ha , , ' 'lla' Y . 'L l.ail1 l: 'Q 'sqlefay Wwe cfibb, - 5 It llafa unix SKS Lyla: NN Qaaiai aaaaaaya-ofa at 4: Qa.-a llil a, :. ' Cliiplniai Y. lgvllaaaaitna' 4, Ji lla-aaili X K laala -ll NF Varsiilnlia 45 Si-waiaai xlrjiaaam l, LQ? lyaiwlllurraaa vii 1' l'av'-a iluaa! J, Si-Qavaziaw lgifzxyxaw lla a-uaaa rg I-vlfmriaal Xklaallgv 4, 3. 5 Iluam- limam X K l W' X lr mr -Y: Snail Sa. ilaaailx Cuuli-a Qfapiau' lg Xrgf lialr Y: 4laaiuaN1.'llaaaa 'xillawu lava isuiaaaaillve' 4:Mqaaiaaa'xlAl,aa , I . ' laul KL Pin-an chaaavaiitlvi' -lA liaaa.a ,Hg :rxrf ' . l . X I Q a X- 1' Geraldine Combs la.aaasla'aai'ml launa Xlaaaaavsxalli' lla-.ala -lc llaaana- llaauau larqisaaava 4. Donald Guite Compton lailrzamuraals l, lg C .aaaai-a.a K lialv I Sawsiaaaa llaxalw 4: Sliailvm lmwaaa auuaai llaaawv llaalaaaialtvi' 4. 3: llfaaaai ll aaaa na l ai-.asiaava lp lim C Clmraax l Xlixvml ilmaaax 4,41 Xrl C laalw l, 4, l I an-.axuaa-a I, Elsie Mae Cox lalla'.aaa1ua':ilx I. 1: l.ll.X. l. 1 C.aaaan'aaa Lllala ig l..X.X. 1: Ialva.iax Claala -l: llilmli- llaalu 4, l: llials ilwaaax 4. SENICDRS Sylvia Ann Dabbs llunm' Snuictx' 4, 4: ll ri lli Y 4. -l: Xlnnilur 4, 4: Quill :mil Scroll 4, 4. Sccivlnry 4: Ollicn' Paugc 4: lmin Cluli 4, 4: llnml l, 2: C'.xNNuN Rl l'lllll' lhlsim-xx Smll' l, 4, 4, Sn-nim' . . . , , . l mlm' K umlullluu 4: ,lilnmr l lui Cum millvu 4. Daphne Elaine Daniel Intrnmurnls l. Z: lianm-rn clllIl7 4: I ilxrnry l'lulw 1: llihlc ilulw 43 llunu- llumn Yiccl'l'csixla'l1I 1. l'l'a'1lxill'm-I' 4 Jean Kay Dayvault ll1ll'1Il1llll':lli l, .lg llmmr Sm-im-lx 1, 4, 4: Xlunilm' 4, 4, 'in-cwlzlry 4: Quill zlml Sumll 4, 4: Ulliuo Pngv -l: latin flulv 1. -X, 'lrcnsurcr J, Yin- l'l's-sislclil S: Sussiun llllllw' l, 1 Sluilcnl Clovcrnlm'nl llnmx- liilllllllll tcm' l. 1. 3, 4, lluim' Rmnn lil'K'llSlll'l'l' I. 1, St't'I'L'liII'f -l: liaiml Spuimu 1, 4, 4. l.ilu'1u'inn 4. 'l'n-nsurcr 4: Ul'clu'sIl':l I. 1, 4, 4: Nlixvcl l'l1urus lg lnmrxux lhvcmi' Ihusincm Stull' 1 4 4 Thelma Beatrice Deal llIllJlI!1llfJllS I: latin flllli 2. 4. Ina Ruth Dennis lnilzlmllrails l: llmm- Runnin llc Imrlcr 4: fnxwuw llll-mil lh-pm'ln'1 4, 4: Class Niglll lxvlciw 4. Furman Dillard SENIGRS Ray Dixon Iris Jean Dudley llilulm' ilulu 4: C'l1vn1islry Clulm ,ig l.ilm ilulu 1. I. Ruth Dean Eanes lntrnnmimls I. lg Ifrcslungm Ilns Iwllmll 'l'mlv'nnnn'nl I, Varsity llus lmllmll 1, I: K,..X..X. 1, I, Svv.'rL'lzll'j 4: l'r4-nclx Club 4. l'r4-simlcnt 4: Lznin 'flulv I, 1, 'l'r4-usxm-r I, l'rm-simlvnl 1: , llnmv Ilnmn Rvpmlvl' I. Vice-I'r1-si 'I Y rlvnl .., 4, Irm-siclvnt 4: flaws SOUL' 4 lnryi-4: Slmlvnt ,Xclministrulinn Dui L- 1: Alpcrlzilix 1- . 1 r 'Q I 1 L... Janef Irene Edwards Qt Iqtrallllusilr I1 I'r1'sl1m:m llelslwl 1.2.11 1, 'l'ri4lli-Y 1, 4, 4, 4'-.um-al XIl'luT'f!'r I, YN'sisl1'nl -ll Klrmilm' -I1 E llrnuillici fllllw 4. Siwrctairy -lp llillllv ing Qflllll 4g I.:ltin Kilulx 1. lg Ilmm' ' lluunx' Yiq1I'r4-siili-nl lg Nlitcml ,flmrns 4: fiirls' l'Imrus I, 1, 4. , I iluzuizm I.KYics' I'rs'silIm'nl 1, I'lcsif 1 elm-nt li: Sulfur Dwlicznimi C'mnniillv',- -I: C'0n1lm'l1grlm'l1l Xlzlrslml 53 ,lllninr flaisx Play Allis! lg .lllniur-Sclmim' lmnlnillcv '43 Slllmlvnl Kimcrlmnwnl lhmu- l'm1miilu-r I, -I. 1 d rles Efird 3 . I mIlv.ull Z, -la Ilnnur Sn rivk 1, . 'ici'l'l'1'siclcl1l -lg Xlmm m nm C' lm 4, -lg Nlunimr 3, 4: Quill Sc ll 4, -lg l7l'nl1mlia's flulx 45 fl1x'g'l lu lI'll' Ill-ul IIUYS' gI'II'.' 4- Illum- Ilmnn I'r'1.-siclvnt 1, 4, Scn'l'ulzll'l' I: ful r C'un1n1il!vc i'l1uirln4ln -I: if 'NUI IIl.l'mi'r IIKINIIICSS Stull 4, 4: 'it cl Xclminislrziiinn Daly' 1: funn . - - 1 ' ' , -1 Stuclrn in vm' rn! Xlnrslml 4: Qvniur Supvr 1 I llln llulw I 7 I in mul 4. Shirley Ann Erwin llumm' llmnn Scn'lm'!.lly 1, 4: Claim rr.: flulv I, llvlmrlvr -I: llilmlm' flulr 4: lfxwxux III vonr I-lliturinl Stull llvlmrlcr 4. Ilumur Ifllilur -I. SENIORS Troy Doby Inlrnmurnls I. 1: 'lunim' Yznsllx' Ifmllmll I. Ilzlsulmll I: Varsity Ilmsni Imll 1. lwmllmll 1, I, -lg Xlmwgralln l'lulm 1, 4, -lg Nil-ssimi lluuw I. 1: lulin flulu I. 1: llmm- Iluum lrvau urn-r 2, 4: lli I I, 1:C'l1cmislrx'C'lula fl: llrnm' Ilmmi I'rvsilI4'n! 4.1 Te resa Dwye r I rl Ill I I. 1, I, 4. Scm'rm'tnl'y 1. C'mlncil Xlcmlwr I, C'Imirlnnu ul' Wg-nip Iluuls Clvlninitlcn' I, 1: Dru lII1llll'N flulm 4. IJmm.1IiL's flzlss l'lny' Xlsilwup uml liclwt Cmmulllcv Ig Iiclwl Cliruinilu-v ul' junior flnss Play' 3, Smgm- l'r4-xx lg Slunlcnl flux urmnunl llnnvr linninirtuc 3, 43 llvuvrzflimi l'mnmillc'x' -llllxiul'Svx1im' -Ig Girls' fllmus 1, Ilvpurlvr 13 fum mvm'clncnI Clwnls 4: Sm-nim' Vlnss Pwwm EIUIIIIIIIIIUK' 4. Eugene Eddleman Xlmlvl Xil'I1l.llu' fllllv 1. Ig Slum isli flulv 4. Ruby Nell Edwards llilxlx' Vlulv 4: Kliils' llmlus l. Theresa Ensley Creston Holmes Erwin QIZIIIIUYLI flulm lg Xlmlul .Xirplamv flnlw 1, I1 Xlunilm K. 43 K'lwinislry flulm ig Slmuisli C'lulw fl. -lg funn um-nicclmfnl Xlauslml 4: junior Clnss I'lnl llusinrss Cknmnillvv EIIIIIIIIILIII I. SENIORS Joyce Louise Falls 'l'i'1lmI'4'rr1-il I'i'mu llurnl I laull, Nurlli Cznmlilizu, -I: llrniuaulics Club 4: Slalgv Crvu' "llallu's Night fllllu fl. , . 2 zL:p'x.,Lffr..,f'1.L,Lj 4 4 Mele, f for - Q H' ,, .' 4 L Lf'. ffQ+i,1-L' ll,,.,,1.c,C, !f,.t , Eleanor Foil 'I'riIliYI ' 4 4- l'IlX I 7' ,Nliu-il Clmrus 2: llilmlc l'luIu 3, 41 "Mi-ssi.iIi" .11 library Club 4, 4. Floyd Fritz Doris Gibson I,iIu':u'y K'IuIs -I, Svcrviuix 4: lliblv Vlulu 4, -I. Caleb D. Glass Ynrsily luullmll J. 4: ,llluiur Xiu' sux I-mnlmll I, 2: 'l'r:u'L 4, 4: lulral IIIIIYJIIS I. 1: Ili Y I, 1, 4, 4. fluip I.iiu Kg Klnuilur 4, 4: Xlmlm-I ,Xirplzllw 4'Iulu 2, 4: QIIIUIHISIII' Vlulx fl: Spanish l'Iub -I: slllllL'Ill KiUX'1'I'Hll1l'llI Dunn i'muluiIIL-u i'lmil'lu:uu 4: C'.xNNi1N Ili l'lllI'l lllISllH'55 Stull' 4, -I: Sm-ssion lluusc 3: Snuinl Sinmlzmlw C'ImI'cr camo 4. Eleanor Ruth Gulledge l.ibi'1u'y Club 2, '4: llilulc Club -I: Spanish Club 4. -I: Stage Frou' 4: fluss Daly lixvlcisv 3: juliim'Svuiui Dzuuw' c'lIIIll11Illl'k' 4. SENIORS Betty Lane Fleming 'l'rilliY 2. 3: lutrnnulrnls l, 2: 'mrus 2: Stunlvnl uinistmtinu llzu' I. Peggy Freeze 'l'rilIi-Y I, 2, 4, -I, Svcrviairy I: I' ' 14: Spanish 1 4. -I: Fituclvul flHVl'l'HIl1l'I'll lhucu Cbliiluillm' 3, 4: Girls' Chorus lilmrnriam -5 Klixcnl Clmrus 5. 4, lnlwrnrinu -I. William Funderburk lI!ll'1lIIlllI'Lll5 I: Yursiiy liuullmll Z, g . mugrauu Club 5, -I: l,:uin Club 2. J. L. Gibson juuinr Ynrsity llziwlmll l. 1. Doris Alline Goble library Club fl, -I: lnlrnmuruls I. John Hardister lliY I. 1, 4, 4: lluuvrn Club I: Spanish flub -I: Slzigv Crow I. i 'Q 'w 0 'S 'Nfl 12 . K. N N v SENICRS Norma Ha rdy lul1.nnur.uls I, 1, 4: Xnrsilx lms ki-ilmll l, 2. 4, 4g i..X.X. 1, 4, l. Stunts li'.ulm'l 4: llllsli' tlllll 4, l Ni-ssnnu lluusi' 4: Stu mi-nl lhurri- Qmninilln ilvnl bm vin v 1 Hunter William Hay 'Nluilvnl lane-llnm-ul llnlwn' Quill multi-4' fl' lllmm Si-nun iulnlnllh-i' s XII iluli -l. Betty Ruth Helms i..u.xi.1,:.4u 1 wmlsl I N iluly 41 Slmnisli Vlulx fl. 9s'rl'i'Inl'x lu-,isillrl 41 llunw llumn Nm'ri't.llx l, l-uls Clmrus 1. 4, fl, Ulluvvu 1.4. lliluli- ilulu 4. Morris Lee Helms llllulv l'lulv 4. . Blondie Adelaide Holbrook ' lnlr.m1l1l.1ls I: lvl llll l. 2, K. 3, ilu-lnlsllx Clillx 4: Slmnislr flulx ' I aim' flux , 5, 'si-swirl llmiw in lm 1 . l'l.n Xl.nsll.il li i'l.uss Yigllt fllumiils X l. , V x 1 'Y Q ri :Wilma Geraldine Holshouser lmmllnlmls I. 1: Xssislzunl Xlziu J .igi-1 bills' lhslwllmll 'liwnn 4 I-,X,X. lg limllmll Ypurnui lg Stu ,ilvnl C.mi'rnlm-nl ll.mu' Qkvillrxiillvi' l, llnss Ylglxl lxvrniw 4. SENIORS Maxine Flora Hartsell lt...m..ll s,..,n..,. 4, mix. 1. 1 Betty Adeline Helms limllmll Slunism 1: lnl1.nm1r.uls I. lri llll 4, 4: S4-ssuui llullxi' ll Slumlrnl imxvirilm-nil llnmi' Khlrulrxll Im- 4, -lg Xrl C lull 4, -lg llulm- llw-nn limusilli-1 lg I-ills' lluuu Q. S. Nmili-nt Xslinlnlslmtlmi ll.ix 1, ll.ise Nlglxl lxrlil 1- 1. Lorene Elizabeth Helms l :lumix lllllv 4. lg llllrli' Clulu fl. Nimnlsll Clulv 4. 'lg hails' ilu-ills 1. Donald Hogue , . lnIr.rmur.uls l. 2: l-ms ilmius 4: Magi' limi lm ,llrmm l'l.u Howard Holloway lli X l, lg Xli-mvgi.iin C lulm 1. 4, l llumi' lhmrn Yin' l'n'slili'nI fl: l -ml lmll Xlnrmgvl l. lg X .nsnx ll.rsl,:-I lm.ull 4, -l. Betty Jean Honeycutt X11 C lulu ig llilvli' 1 lull -O. , Q 4 X, I 1 I ,- . 'ifffi ' ' r . fs - . . , X I 11- X 1,1 J! 1 A ' S E N Evelyn Rose Honeycutt Iimllnill Slnnmu' 1: Ii'iIIi4 4: I.Il..X. I: Svssluri Iluusi' I: Ilunn' IIumn Ilnwisun-r' 4: Ui'cIluslr.l I, 2. 4, 4: XII SIQIII' Ou'In'sIi.i 1, 4, 4: "Mi-ssi:iIi" I: UIn'l'L'II.l I: HIIIIICIII iJuu'llinn'lu Ilnlicr Kknniniltrc 4: Wi cial Nlnlnlnrils l'inil'rlcnu' I: ,Iuniur NI-uiin Illini- i'inninillm'a- 4. Vivian Elayne Honeycutt Quill .nnl Scroll 4, 4, Yiu'I'u-si nh-nl 4: K xNNriN Ihvrnil III-lnnu-I 4 I'u'li.ingr Iwlilm' 4: l'rilIiY I. 2. 4, 4, l'uum'il Nloinlwr I: I3r.nn:ilii'-. l'Iuli 4, III-ynnlul 4: l'In'lnis!xx' flulm 4: Inliu ilulu I. 1: Slmlrul lmxcln lnvnl liqinu' l'mlunilluc 1, 4, 4: lhrsiin-ss l'1nnniiIti-I- "l4.1In's Night lfllln 4: ,ll1liirn'9cniur Il.uu'x' funn lnillcu 4: l'I.i4s Night lu-wiw 4: SI-nim'.lunim' lliinu- KIUIIIIIIIIIUC' 4: Inll.inulr:iIs I: Xlusic Ollici' l'.igi- 1. J. Buford Howard Ilinni' Iliunn IIIVNILIUIII I. Noun I.nx 4. James Franklin Howell InIl':1lnul'nls I: llil I, 2, 4, 4. Si'a'le'l:il'x I, I'n'simIcnl l, 4: l'.nm'l.i l'Iulx 2: ixlunilm' 4, 4: Spnuisll fluh 4, Yin- l'n-siilvm 4: Session Iliinsc I: Ilnnn' Iluinn Nu'rcI:il'y I. X in' I'rcsi Ili-nl 4: ,IuliiurScniu1 l7.nn'i' .innl Ilillltlllfl K'1nniniIu-i- 4: 91.113 Vu-xx 4 Harold Hudspeth ,Iuunvr Xqirsilx Inullmll 1, Xnrslli 4, -lg Iiilninnlmls I. 2: Nluimgiuilii fluh 4, -I: llilwli' ilulm 4: Nou' , I Klunus ,. X -X . :Qu - 'V .X,v' . , G V' r KJ ye-:Jana Carol Ja iettf' I' ,f'l'ri W I, T, 4, 4, 'Imvl' n 4: Yal..i..4 Quay. mn, Chill I si. nlcnl ,'lluu'Fnlln'iil Dunn' Jinnnni 1' 4, -f' INNYN Ili i' n'i' Ifrlitnriiil fftill. wmv 4. un v Ilili I' 4: Sulilvnl un 'n ' Dari I2 ,I ' ' l'I.iss ' 'v- : 'L 'fu 3 ul: 'I J . ,A mln II ln ' I' I ' LIUIIIIIIIIILT 4, qiniur rl. Song 'N C nnnll I -I ilislwnhl I xii si rv X if .,fJ I SENIORS Janice Sue Honeycutt l':nn1'rn fluli 1: .XII l'Iuh 4: Iiilxln- Clnh 4, 4: ,lunnir Class I'l:n ,Xl.n' shall 4. Kyle Wayne Hooks In!l'.ilnurnls l, 1. 4: Sriuliu' Clulm I: IIII Ig Stuilcnl XQIIIIIIIISIIXIIIKIII Ilan 1. Gloria Jane Howard llihli' l'luli 4: Slmnisli l'Iulm 1, 4. aww-, HwJ6,""f" Peggy Ann Hudson 'l'ri-Ili Y 4, 4: I-.II.,'X. l. 4: Ilihlc Club I: Stlnlcnl llm-I-rnnn-ni Ilzlnci- LIUIHIIIIIIUC 4: junior Class Play Sings frvu 4 I . gr f V' 1261- - Kenneth Langdon Huffman Ilunns Ihunn 'I'l'c:isurul' 4: Coni- nn'm'oxm'n! KISIFSIHII 3: Intriiniurnls I. Charles Ray Ketner IllIl'Ill'l1IlI'LlIh I: II1 I I, 2. 4, 4: Munilur 4, 4: Ililmle l'IuIi I: 2: Slum ish Club 3, 4: Session Ilnnsu I, 4: Ilulnc Iluuni I'rc:sinIcnK I. 4: Ilnxu-r KIIIIIIIHIIILT 4: Shiga' frcw I. 2, 4, 41 ,IIlDIHl'SL'l1Illl' Ilannx' K'innxnillvu 4. SENICR Swann King Iurnuuurnls I: junior Varsity Imulmll I: I,:uiu C'IuIm I, 1: Ili-I I. 2. -I, 4: -Iuuiur Scuinr llccnrguiun C'ruuluillci' 'IL ,Iuuiur flaw Gene Lankford Symuisll C'luIm I, -I. Play 4. Jimmy Hall Ledbetter junior Varsity Ifuutlmll I: IIIX I: mu 4, -I. llilili- K'IuIs 1: Sings Cr' ' Nancy Loretta Lentz Iiunuiuxrails I: 'I'ri Ili Y I. 1. 3, -I: Ciirlx' Clmrus I: "XIcssiul1" I: Op 4-ri-Ilan I: SIIILIOIII fiIiY1'l'IIIl!l'lII llnlwv lruiiliullvc I. 1. 4, 4: juuiur Kilnss I'l:iy C'ul1iluilIvv I: films Night Iixvr :iw I: Svuiur junisu' Ilzuirc C'nnuuit vi- -I: .llluim Svuim' Ilguiu- cilllllllllllki' 4: .Xrl llulv. Luther Marvin Leonard Slmnisli C'IuI1 4: Imrauuurails I, 2: iluill I Iwmllmll Iuuior Yursitx' Iius-1 : 1 Clulm -I. Xlziungur -I: Rlmmgrqiii ' Vivian Joyce Lowder Iullzuuurails I: I-.ll..'X. I: Ililulc l'IuIu -I: Class Night Ilxcrciw 'I SENIORS Joe Lambert Iulrzunumls I: Ynrsili llnelwrlmll 5, 4: Xlmmgrzuu Cluli 4. 4: Ilil I. 1: Ilmnc Ilnnnu Sm-cl'n'l:i1'x' 4, -I. Valerie Lawing Iulrauuuralls I: 'I ri IIII I, I I'.II..X. I: Scssiun Iluusc I: Iluuu' Rmun SL-crm-:nary I. 'In-zisurur 1: Siu mlm-ut .Xmlluiuistrmimi Dau' I. Earl Lentz Iulraumunls I, 1: Ynrsily II:i:-Iwi lmll I, 4: Ilzlsclmll 4, -I: lluuiu' Su cictj fl, -I: IIiY I. 1: Mnimgiuuii C'Iulm -I, -I: Nlunilur -I: I3r:uu.uics l'IuIw 3: SL-asian Iluuw 1, L: Iluuu- Ilmun Yicu I'rcsi4Icul 4: Xlixvrl Churus I, 2, I. -I. Allen Lewis Leonard Ili Y I, 1. fl, -I: Shiga frcu I. Ralph Lewis Iutrzuuuruls I, 1: Ilmnv Ilmun Prcsizluut I, 1. I: Svssiuu Iluusm' -I1 llrxunailics. Clulm 4, Ilrulnulira I'Iux 4: Xlixrnl l'I1mu5 2. 4, 4. Shirley Jeanette Maness Intramurals I: Imulmll Slmiiwr 3, -I: juuiur C'I1m-i'I1-mlvr 5, Varsity' -I: illri Ili Y I, 1, 4, -I, Yin' I'n'siLlcut I, 5, Reporter 1: I'.II,.X. I: Spanish Club II. -I: Slumlunt Iiuvcriuucnl Dgiucc l'mumitlcv 2, 4. 4: Ilumc Ilmuu II:-porter I, 5, Secretary 1: LIXNNON IIi.l'un1' Ilusim-ss Stull' 1, 4, 4, Inliluriul Stull' Rvlmrlcr 3, lla Iiclitur -I: 1uuiurSm-niur Ilvuurgitimi iuuuuillcc 4, Scuiurjuniur III-I'rm-sl: IIICIXI LIUIIIIIIIIICU -I: Claims Night Ifx L-rcisc 3: junior Play Ilusim-ss Gun mince 3: Iiniilting l'IuIx 4: Sluilrut ,Xclmiuislraitinn Un: 1. SENIORS James Litaker Mann Barbara Ellen Martin lIlll':lllllIl'LllN I, 1. 41 llilxlc l'lulv l, 1, 4: lI..X.X. 1, 4: SlllKll'lll Um mmm-nl Il.im'u lknniniitcc 4. 4: .luniur flnss l'I.n Nlalwttlv C'l'n-W .4: ,luniur Si-nitn' lh-uwrntiug Klmiiiitlittt-c 4: lltlllil' Rtnnn l4t'lmltt'r 1: l.ltiu llulu 4, 4: lluss Night l-xuit-iw 4: St-nitwllunim' l7.im't- Klriuiiixitti-4' -l. Nancye Carolyn Matthews .ht l'luls l, 4, 4: l,.itin fluls 1, 4, 'l'i't-nslm-r 4: l.lI.,X. l: lltnm- lhnnu Xiu' l'lL'sinln'l1l 1: Slutlrnt llmvlu mcnt l1Llllk'L' Unntnittot' 1. 4, Clialir mam ul' Ilcrumtinm 1: lrilliY 1. 4, 4, Yicc l'ri'siml1-nt 4: ifxwxux lh 1-mu llusim-ss Stull' 4, -l. I-irls' Sports lislitnr -l: "l4.iln's Night Out" fats! 4: ,llIliinl'9vnim' llnmlllt-I i'n1nlniltn'm' 4, l'lmirxnim ul' lnxitntiuns 4: Nm tlunt ,Xtllliiliislmliuxl l7.n 1: lutm mninls l: lwmtlnill Slnmsnr 4: tlllitt- lhigv -ll Svxsiml llmlw 4: l lass Sung lknnxnittct- 4: l,I1Illl.IllL'S L'luIv -l, Phyllis Wayne Metcalf llilulc l lulv 4: l.uim Q lulw 1: lull.: lnul.ils l, Carolyn Morris lIlll'JIIlllII'illS l: liilmlu Club l, -l. Prcsiilvlit -l: l,t'lLlllIlg l'lulx 1: St-s sion lllillht' 1: liln':irx flulx 4, Sw' u-l.uY -l. Arnold Eugene Moss l.:itin l'lulm l, 1: llumc llmnn 'ivcu-tn1'N' 1: llmx' lllltblllh 2, 4, SENIORS Loretta Marshall lntrzunurzils l: llunur Society 4, 4: 'l'ri lli Y 4, -l: l.ll.,X. l: l.uun Llulx 4, 4: Slllill'Ill iLm'4'rnnu-nt Ilnxiu' llnnlliittcc 4: llama' llmnn l'rcsinlv.'m 1, 4, Svcl'vtni'y 'lrt-usilrcr 4, lrczusurur I: llistnrinn 4: Stutlunt .-Xtlministm lion Il.n 1: C'umlm-iwcxmfnt Xl.ir xllul 4. I X 1 1 lnti'1llnlll'nls l: 'l'rilliY 2, 4, l.ll..X. l: Monitor 4: llilmlc l'lulm 4: llrnlimlics flulm 4: flwnxislry flulx 4: llnncu llvxlilllillm' 1, fl: llulng- llnmn. l4cptu'1ur 4: Girls' flwrus L: juniurb SL-niur llnmw' C'mnmittcc 17' junior. Class N16 Qzist Q4f Clnss Day Iixur' 'ise 4. 1 1 i L ct it X ,x - Q - y X . . xt . ua 'Q " - Hilda Maulden ' e Sucinl Stzlmlurcls Ctmfcrunme 3: Rccuptiun Unnxniitce Alumni Day la Intramurals l: lin-slxnmn CEISS Treas- urcr l: Sussiun Ilousc 2, ,: F.ll..'XZ l: llxmtl l. 1, 4, 4: Nlniurcttk- I, Z, 4, -4: Mixunl llmrus. l, 4: Orulwstm 4: ,XllSmu- I4nncl ,4: llmmr .ucivtv 4, 4: Quill :xml Scroll 4, 4: 0 NUN l41.vun'l' Busim-ss Stull' 4, 4: '4 uln"S 4, 4, Prusitlcnt l, Yicc-l'rcsidl,j1t 2, l'u-.isurui 4: limmtlmll Spousal" 3, -l: "Su'ilxgstL-rs" ,4: junior-St-niur'lintcr tninmunl C'ulnluitIL'c 5: Claws Night l5,xm-rcisu 5: lfrvncli flulx 4: Munilnr 4: l'1llHL'l'iI flul: .4. 4: Point Hntml' lk-prcsulitntivc 4: Duncc llUllll'lllllL'f'x 1, 5: Scniurjuniur C'mnn1ittt:r 41 junior-S4-niur Cltllllllllllvt' 4: S1-niub Supurlntiu- 4. ' 'lri-lliY 4, 4: llranuntics l'lnlw 4:X Ollicc l':igu 4: Spainisli Clulm 43' "llulwi's Night Out" fmt 4. , Lewis Ray Morrow lnmumxruls l. 2: liilmli- t'lulw 2, 5. Phyllis Ann M055 - junior Yzllsity lluslwtlmll l,. 1: lntrannuruls I, lg llilwlc cllllll 1, 3: Session lluusc 2: llumc llumn Yicc l'rvsitlvnt I: KQANNHN lllQI'UIK'l' 'llc purlcr 4: Stmlcnt ,Mllninistrnthlxl Daly 1. -Ir s 9 .Jfgjlro Qll-A-elf fb ',f"1N67f.AL - 1 Y I I wap-V-Q Uvjiflx ' 'I-14.-QA X rQL.'ll x x X X Martha Matthews X - 1 Latin flulv 1, 4: Stuilcnt clUVlfl'l1IYlL'l'llx N - ff' . Night Out" Cust 4: 'l'ri-Ili-Y l. ZX Doris Middleton , IIiI SENIOR Bobby Mullis Iluim- Ilnnun Iii-Iml'Icr 1, Yin' I'nwi4I1-nl 4: lkxxnx Ill I'0IK'I Ikli I ll.1I SLIIII 1, K, 4. Ilulnur I',IIilui I. Xlunmi izillm 4. Janice Munday Inliimumls I: I'.II..X. I: Caum'1'n Chnl: i:SImn1sI1KIuIr 4, 41 Ir1II1I 4 4' Siudvnl ilmcrnmonl llama' immnilu-v ig K.n'Is ilmrux 41 ,Iunmr II.n Iiusim-ss immnnlm-u 4. Peggy McDowell II.llnI I. l. 4, 4: UrcI1csIl'al I, 1, it -sxinn ilunw 4: "KIvssi:1Ii" I: XX.iIi1 lllm'zim" Uiwrvllzi I. lm uh- Clatie Iris McLean rnmnruls I: I.II..X. 2, 5, -I: iluim 4, -Ig Slmnlsll lInIr 4. Billy McWhorter inlrnlnurnls I: ,Iunmr X qirsnx lfnullmll 1, Xnrsllx 4, -I. Mary Lou Owings IIllI.lIIIIII.IIN I, Ilmun' liuunl III' wnn-r I: I..iI1n 4 IuIm I, 1, Ircnsllrn-1' ' IliI :Iv l'IuIm .lg SIIIIIVIII Umoru nu-nl Ilnmi- C uininllu-1' L, IriII1X 'I I'rujcn'I K'ul1nnilu-L' 4: ,Iuniur finss I'I.n Clunliilllm' 4: Quill :mil Ncrnll 4 ilu-rmslly l'IuIu 4: Girls' flmrus 4 lxxxux III:-uni Ilvlmrn-r 4. SENIOR Marie Mullis Joyce Evelyn McCollum Inlr.mnu,iIx I: I.II.X. lg IHIIIX I, 1. 4: Iiiivln- ilnim 2. Max McKinney Inlmluilrnls IL Xanxxly I1miIu.iII Charles McWhorter Ilililn- i'IuIr -I. Hazel O'KeIIey iIlll'1III1lIliIi's I. lg I.II.X. I. I C'.unvr:i K'IuIs 1: Inlin l'luIx I. Hugh Parham Iiirzlfis 4, -I. SENIORS Mason Parks lllll'1lIlllll'iIl5 I: iI'I'1lt'Is 4: ,lllllilu Xlllslly lullllulll 1: Illl I. 2, 'lz lltllllt' llulllll Xiu' l'l'm'silIn'lll I. Illzls lllrr lg llilllv lllllll -I, Troy Gilbert Payne Joyce Peterson Illlmlc llllll 4, 4. Ray Petreo llil' l. 1, 4, -I, l,l'l'NItll'Ill I. 4. Xiu- I'rl-slllclll 1, 4, L.llm-l'n l Illlw -: Nlmllisll fllllll I, 41 lllllnl I, 1, 4. Harlen D. Phillips Alllllilll' Yllrslly llulltlulll I. l, X.l1 wily Ip IlllI'illIllII'1lIh lg Xlullngltllll K'luIx 4. 4: IIiY 2. ig Spllllisll K'IllIl -Ig llullll- lluuln I'l'l'silll'll! I. Betty Sue Presson I.ll.rX. I: llillil 4, -I: llilmll- C'IllIs I, rl. clllll flll mill K Ill SENIORS Ethel Wyatt Patton Glain Shirrell Pennell lllllllll' Xgllslly llnlllnlll 2: Spllllisll Cllllx -I: Ilulm- lllnlln I'l'csilIl'llI I, Margaret Ann Peterson Inll'4llmll'alIs I: I,ll,.X. 1. 4, llilmll I 1, -I1 l,.llill llllll Ig liills lllx 1. Betty Ann Phillips Ill Illl 4, -lg Illlllu flllll 1, -1,45 k'Ilt'Sll'lI I. l, I, 4. Shirley Jean Phillips ll1ll'1llnLll':lIs I: -Illliilxl' Yalrsilv llals I.l'lIm:lII I: -llll1illlAS1.-lliul' IPLIIICU CIHIII cu 4: IJIIIII llllll I. 2: KIIUIIIINIIF llllll I: 'll'i llil 1, 4, -lg Girls' 4 rlls 2 Grady Price SIYQIIIINII fluli 4, 4. SENIGRS Julia Ann Price Intrnmuizils I: Slmnisli llnlm 4: Ihluli- Club 2: hills' K'Imrus 1. 4. " Donald Ralph Puntcb InIr:ilnlAf.lIs I: Illniui Klum-ilwnlcr I, Z: Vnisilx KIwm'i'In'mIL'l' 4, 4, flmivl 4: HII I, 2. 4, 4, SI-crm-lnrx 4: .Xluiilur 3, 4: Ilrsimzlliu C'IuIm l. Smlal Clmiilnnii 4: bipqinisll Clulu 4. 4: Qussmn Ilnvusv l. 4: Sludcnq Cin' vlmiivnl Il.nm'm- lmiiiiiiltlve I 2, 4, 4. l'ubIirlx CIi.iii'x11.m 4, 4':jSvniul Sung RRUIIIIIIIIIUV 4: S:llmIl'lil Xcllnin islratiun IJ.ix 3: S-it-inl Smmlamls L'ulil4'in-ii-1' I: -Il1IiI0rSm'niur IJ.mu' Cuinlnllln- 4: junio: flaws I'l:lx ins! 4: K xwxnx Ili mini Iiusimws Stull 4: IIiIwIi- llulw 4, Margaret Randolph Inll.umli.uIs Ig l,II,.X, 4: laniwral lluli 4: Illnziiy ilnlx 4, ilwlnisliy l'IuIv 4: Ilnmn- i'uiuliiil:n'v 4, 4: Iluim- Ilumn Smmil Cliaillllmll 4: bills' llmlus 11 l'I.iss Yiglll Ixri' mist- 4: XII Klulm 4. Riahard Walton Reynolds Slmuisli K Inlw 4: Xlutlu Cmnlnlllm- -I. Donald Roberson junim XJISIIR Iuullmll 1, Xnrsilx 4, -Ig Xlmiugrgilli llnlv 4, 4: .Iunim Xnisilx I4,iwIx.ill 2: Intlnmurzlls I. 1: is.i,i.-Kina, 4. im I, 1, 4, Ln... llulv lc XII llulx 4: Svssiun Ilnusc 4: Ilmm- Hmmm Ilc.lsnrcr 4. Lillian Irene Roberts Intl'.imur.1Is I: lllnllizilics l'IuIi 4 Xlnrslml 4: Stmlm-nl Um urnincnt Ilnmm' lulnmlllvu 4. SENICRS Ruth Ollena Price I.II,.X, I: l':nm-I.: l'IuIv 4: lilwmrx' Clulv 41 IIiIxIL' C'IuIi 1, 4, 41 Slmnisll Clulx 4: Girls' Vlmlus 1. 4. Robert Frank Quay junior Ynrsitx Iuullmll I: lull.: murals I: Yqrsity Ilziwlmll 1. 4, 4: Xnrxilx Iumlxnll 4: Xlunugr.nn Clulx 1, 4, Ili I I, 1, 4, 4: Ilmm- Ihnuiii I'l1'slLIn-lil 1: II1unl I. 1, 4, 4: I.itm llulv I. ,, f I 'g x- Il - Vidkl' Jeall Raye il .In -murulp I, lg junior VIIINIIX llnslu. llu,l, 221, Cjvtziin 1: Clirlf I Cimrus 29 junior Cluss Play also Crux WI. I 5 ' a 5 .1 I., F' J. I Phyllis Smith Rhyne RIlllIlll'IUl1K'0IlIl'l'lI XI.iisIi.iI 43 Iam Imll Symlisur 43 Iluiwr Sucivtx 4, 4: Xlnnilur 1, 4, 4: Iilrmiy flulm 4: IIiImI4- i'InIi 1, 4: Ulliu- I'.igv 4: it-ssiun Iluuw lg Iinnking Club 41 Ilmm- Iluuni I'rm-xiilcnl I. YiccI'ln'si ali.-nl 4: Slmlcnl ,MIluinisli.ilion Il.nx 2: ,Ii1i11m'Scn1ui Ihiiulilvl ID4'uu:ulimi i'Imirm.m 4: junior I'l.n Xl.nsI1.iI 4. Elicia Etta Roberts junmr XAIINIIX II.isIwlIm:lII I, .I Inlrailnurails I, 1. Billy Ray Robinette ,Iuniur Yaurxlly Iuullmll I, Xfusilf 4, -Iuninlr Xnrsily II.ixIwlIv.iII I, Yau' sin 2, 4, 4: Xl1iiwgi.unCIuIi.1, 4, 4: Inlrnmurgils I. .21 II-mir Ihmin I4'J ,,..n.-f 41 un I. 1, 4. ll it I L1Il'. S111 1.1 SENIORS I 11111 Yausitx ' ilulv 2. I' Annie Mildred Ralllngs 1.1111xl1 Illll .II 11s N XllSt.1u' I ' hll Clulm I I -I lli miter -I' lu Scssi1111 ' l11111111 Klux l'l1x l'111i11-111 lilllllll ll lnmlll ullilllvlll C 1111111111l1'1' 1l1 111111111 4 l7111111!u C lulw -I l'11's mil XI. L. IH 151 . L if .1ll KI ll 11 111-0 null ills .GUIDEN uuyn u lllnw 1l1'11l lm H1111 C Stu1lv111 1111111 lr1l 1 1 imml 111 x 1 11111111 N1-11i111' Charles Jerry Russell 11rxil1 fl 4' 11 Sus11111 1 sv Kathryn Ella Jane Savage I Il X I l 11111 Cl11I1 x In-.Is I 1 n suul I Ilu 11 n IL lx 5iUL'l'm' I s S1'11i111 Illllll lII.l 11 S pcrln lm' IILA' ! 1 SENIORS Marion Carleen Rogers l1111'1111111r11lx I: ,luniur Ynrsilx' Ilnw lwllxnll l, 2: l.ll..X. I. 1, -lg clillll0I'Jl llnlm lg C...'X.X. I: l'I'l'l1k'lI lllulm 45 llusl11111111 ll:1slwll111ll l: 'llrillihl I. Ruth Elizabeth Roseman 'l'r11nsfcrrc4I l'm111 l.11111lis lg Spun ish fqlllll 4. 43 SllILll'Ill lJ111'vr111111'11l D111111- l'u111111iIhsL' 3: Slunlvul .Ml 111i11istr11ti1111 Dan' ,lg lllllllflllilll ul' l'lo11'c1' C'11111l11ilIvL' 4. Annie Hilda Ruff gif-fLL.ij 1 -1 ARIA41' ,X ll' ff 4 Helen Rushing ilI'1lll5l'k'l'I'ULl liflllll Cl11'r1111' lligh Scluml 35 Girls' Clwrus I, -Ig llilxlv lflulw 3, -Ig Clxxrwnx llIfl'UlI'l' Ili' lmru-r -lg junior Play Sings C'ru11' 'lg 'liri lliY 4, -I. gif'-1 I 'N 1 ' N.- A4 ,ar ,, 4 K - ! I Patty Sue Safrit "I ri-Ili-Y I, 2, 3, 4: Tlihlc C'I11l1 2, 3, -I, Song ll'1lklc'l' 2: l'rq1cl1 Shih -lg lldhgp lloy.1111itkee 3, 4: Mixml cllltlfllh 1, 3, flg Thi Club 3: Vless Nighl,Exe1'cls1- ig Intramurals I: hl1ll'l0.'lY Slum 4. ' o . , Sonja Seograves 'l'1'1111sl'urrucl l'r11n1 Sum lligll Sclmul 4. SENIGRS .lohn Alberl Sechler Bonnie Gaye Shepherd I.II.X, I: l1ln.nx llnli. Sn-cu-l.i1x 4, Iluuu- Ihnnn NvL'u'l.ulx I, N Buddie Lee Shinn ,lulnim Xnlsilx Ilnwlmll ll C'Iu'm llx Clulm 4, Barbara Anne Sills Il.mslm'ru'nI llum Iwmll Xlyrls N.-:nm Iliglw 41 Ili Ili I I, 4: Irn'm'I1 kluli 4: llmu' Kmnxulltm- 4, 41 Ilunm' llmnn Svuvlauly -I: Nlulln imllilmillm- Klmilllmn 4: ,Iuniur Plan lulnlnllwv 41 hill! flmlux 4. A 1 I H' ., 4 V 1 , I' ' 7 I Doris Sloop A I ,, , - V' nrnumrnlx I. -. 4, .Iuniut Nmsnx ' r llnakcllmll I, 1, Xnrsill ,VM LX. X, I JI J, 'L 41 l1iIiIl- C Iuli -If llmm .IIUCAII Rupmlcr lg Innir-r :ly Xlnrslmll M 'imlm-lil Q-uxclullwnt Ilnmw' QIOIIUIIIU ny Ig XI-mum 4. I llms' ilwlus 1. I: Xlixcsl llmll Franklin Delano Sloop xx 4, SEN 1 . I IORS Jane Caswell Shelton I ivullmll Spams nr I I' Ilulml HU x . I In lx 4 4 I xi I ll I I I I I1v.mm-I I. l'u-mlm-:ul J. llllllll II lllul -I I II X I Nlmlxllm 1 I Xlcl -I 1 . . , Q I I . l7l.ll11.mu ilulv 4, l.iIm iluli 1. 4 N'ucl.ulx 4, Ntmlvul Cuumll I, I Munn: Iluuw 45 Ilmm- IIN:-in X nr . 'num Klnw I'wxl4Ivnl I: ilmlllnm Sl Sung Q-ulnllnillm' 4: K xxvw III vultl Ilusim-W Shall' 1, I. 4. llilxlm-w Xl.m :gm 4: Nuulcn ' Sr illN1m I Xrllninixlmlum lhx -1 vm. . 1I.llnIx lnlllm'u'1n'n' I. 4 lI1.i1lm.m I nlcll.nmm'nl Kiunullllvm Iumm N4-nun 4: ,Iuunul Klux l'I.ux ins! 43 Sriram QI.uw Night lu-I lieu I. Marianne Sherrill llmuvr Nunn-lx X, 4. III-puitvl I IHIIII I. 2, 4. 4. Clmumil Xlvm II Iwi' I. lIv1mlu-I 4: Quill .mil Sul. 4, 4. l'n-snlrlxl 4: 1 Ilulnlsllx llnlx 4 l.nIm llulv I, l, Svru-Inu I. Inn l'la-xnln-lu! 1: Nlunlvnl i.m4'lnum'nl Ilpmu' l'um1nilln-v 1, 4, 4 II: vim: llmuwv Smll 4. 4. III-prnui 4, Nun lnlilur I: ,Iunnn SI-nu llama' lunlmltlu I N4 llnnu- iminnlllrv 4. Sm-num Supl-ilu Inu' 4: Clam Niglil lxcuiw I. '- 3 "nun -lun:-in Valoree Shinn I11Il.u1mll.ulx I. l: Alunlm' Xnuilx Il.lslwlIi.lll 1. Iu'sllm.m Immun I Xsnlslnul Xl.nn.ngm'r 4. 4: llilwlv Clulv 41 ll1.um.ullu Cluli 4, ilu-mutix lluli 4: l.iIm lluli I ' lla . -1 .lu I. 1. I: Uiuln-411.1 I. 1. I: "XII-ssnrll lg "XI.uIIl llunuu Ulu-intl.: I: Shui in-xx ,Innnn llI.ux 4. Juanif a Simpson lnll.muu.ilx I: lllllil 5. I lnlm-1.1 Clulm 4: lIllwIr Q luln 4: l.nlm Clnlw 4: Ilulm' Illmm Nun-I.1lx Ilnml I, 2. 4. Everette Wayne Sloop llaxllulllu ll1.nllm.m 4, I, Thelma Eleanor Sloop lnllnlmunlx I. 2: l.ll.X. I, ' 4.41IiIn.i1x Cluls 4.4:C.nIx'K'lm1 lg Xllxul Vlmuux 4, -I: Stull:- llilmxllnllmn IJ. lx L 1 ixxxnx . ul Xl SENIORS Comas Smith lnllzllnuml Klmlls I. Edna Elizabeth Stancil IIiIxlm' l'Iuln 4, -I: Inlin flulv 1. 4 -Immun' ilzusw I'I.n luiiillilllvm' I Buise Steen Il'.ilisl'cll'n'nl fmm Innilis I: Inlm mllmlx 1. Q lnlnullx C Iulw 1. IIII I Ilumv Ilixmn Yin' I'i'n-siili-ii! 4, Lorraine Strawn Ili Ili Y lg I llunrx Klul14:AIunir I'I.1y Kulnlnlllva- 4. Carol Jean Suther Iiillih I, l, 4, Q'l1.uIvI.iin l.II.X. I, 1, 4, 4. Song It'.lmll'l' . l'u-sinlt-nl 4: Ihlxli- Clulw 4: l'lwluisIix Vluln 4: Inlin Clulm 1, 41 llmm' I Iluum Yin-In-siili-lit 1: iliilx' Klm lux +I. Betty Jo Talbert Illlr.unllr.llx I: Ililvli' Klulv 2. 5, -I. SENIORS I.Il..X. I: Si-ssinn Iluuw I: linux 1-rw Club 4: 'I'ri-Ili Y -I. Mattie Lou Stancil l,iIn'nry Clulx -I: Ililvli- C'Iulw 4, 4 ' ' m I.ulm Klub ,, 4, 4. Kenneth B. Stokes Inliu flulw 2, 43 Ilnml I. 2, 3. Ralph Odell Strube Willie Faye Sutton' rfyim' 3, 4, IIIILL 11 a,i1,n.., s Clulw -I: flwlriiqry Ullb -I: l,ulin P I llulm 1. 4: Girls' Lilmrus 2. xc N f ' L 4 Q 5 Geraldine Tarlton' ' Inuznmlrnls I: .hl'l C'lulw 41 llrush m.un Ilqnnlwllmll I: SIKICIUIII. .xdllllllls Il"IIlUll Ilan 2. SENIORS Evelyn Taylor 'lri lli Y l. 1. 4. 4: l,ilxr:iry l'Iuli 4: llilvlv flulu 4, 4: llmm' I4oulu Yin' l'ri-sill:-nl 1. Nancy Carolyn Teal llilmle fluli I. Joe Elmore Thomas lIllfilll1lII'2lI's I. 1: junior Varsity' luullmll 1: Ili Y l. 1. 4, 4, Sccrvlziry 4: llunvrn Q lulm 1: Spauiisli Cluln 4, 4: Iliuul I, 1, 4. 4, Squad l.l'Llllt'l' 1: Urclwslrn 4: "Swii1gslcrs" 4, 4. Phyllis Ellen Thompson junior Yursiry llnslwllmll I: lnlrn lullmls I: I'rilliT I, 1. .4, 4. Ili' lmrlvr I, 4, S1't'l'L'liIf4' 4: lf.ll..X. I: hiliulvul KLmcrnlm'l1l lllliu' Cimnluil rm' 1. 4. 4: Iluuw llmuu I4cpur!vl' 41 Nvsximi lluuw 4: llnnlxiug Eilllli -lg Quill :uul Scroll 4, 4: QAANNUN Ri l'0I4l l4u4imws Wilnlli 4. lfrliturinl emu' 4. 4, emi.-ry I-ilimr 4. lk-:uurc Iililur 4: Ciirlx' flmlux 1, .4, l,i Imr:lri.ui 4: wluniul' Plny I'ruiupl4'r :ull Nlnlslml 4: juuiur SL-niur Ilulwv l'mumi!lci- 4: 91-uiur flaws Pm-in ilnuluiilvi' 4: Svuiur i'I.iss l'rnpIu'h'4s 4: Ncniurjuniur llniwv i'muiuil!cn' 4: Sruiurkluuinr luvitnlirvn i'ul1imiltn'L' Cli.uru1.ui 4: Class Night l'.Yl'I't'IM' 4. John Alexander Troutman ,Iuniur Yairsily' Iwmllmll l, hlilfkllf Xlziungvl 4, 4: ,Iuninr Yzlrsilj' llzlslxvl lmll l, 1. 4, Ynrsiu 4: Inrrzimurzilx I, 1: IIIY l. 1. 4. 4: Xlnnugrzllu Klulw 4. Donald Wayne Upright lhlulv Clulw l. 1, 4: Slmnisli K lull 'I 4: 'iiwsimi Iluusv -. .41 Wlulvnl .Xml luiuislrnliou Daly 1. SENIOR Robert McKee Taylor Joan Elizabeth Thomas 'lramslivrrcml frmu Pllglllll IIilml4 lkullr-gc I: Xluxir Ullirc Pings 1 I41Iulu Clulm 4, 4, Uwlirsliku 1, 4, 4' ,Iuniur Plrn Nlzirslml 4. Harold Thompson lulrzuuuruls l: ,luuiur Y.u'silv I4.us Ln-llmll 1: llxX 4, 4: Slmiusli ilulx 4 58 ,"-f...aF- lx 'f' An... -492' W - 1 'ieffv NUI!-I-iuey n FQ f 1. ':.,., f Paul Kinley Tuggle lntriuuurzils I: lliY I: l'.iuu'll llulx 2. 4: Slnuusli Qlulu 4: lluuu l44mm Yin' l4rm'Qimlrnl l: l4:u1nl I. 1, 4 Lewis Vernon I 'lrzmsfcrrcml l-l'4llll Iauulix 4. IIt'n'ption Conllnitlvt' .hlllllllil lin' SENIORS Nancy Jean Viola r.-mavi w K 4' ifux 1- Ililwlc Chllx -I: Spzlnisli Clulw 4, 4 t'C!'l'l3ll'Q' 4: St-ssion Ilousv 2. 4' 4 Robert Walker Ii.insh'rrt'sI luom Innnlis -I. Joann Watson I'oollmIl Sponsor 1: 'l'l'i Ili Y I, 1. I, -Ig Ililrlc Clulv 4: Clicmistry Clulx 4: I.ntin Clulx 1, 4: Class Night xrrvisv 4. Alton Wellman lntrtnnurzils I: -Iunior I'ootIx:ilI I: Iunior Ilnslwtlmll I: Varsity Ifootlmll ' 4, -Ig Mouogrztln Clulw 1, fl. -I. Martha Marie White lntraunurnls I, 1: I4ihh' Clulu I. 1: I Hin Cluh 1, 4: Slunlvnl Xtlministlzl in Dan' 1. Eva Mae Williams I,:itin Clulm 1. 4: Ii.II..X. 2, 4, 4. In-:lslxl'n-1' -I: Czum-r.n Cluh 4: Ii luxury Clulx 4: Ililmlv Cluh ,4. SENIORS Virginia Waggoner liilulc Clulm -I: Spanish Club .4, 4: Ilonu- Ilooln 'I'rt-.isurcr I. Wallace Charles Watkins IIII I, 2, .4. -Ig Monitor 4, 41 l.1llIIl Cluh 1: Stunlcnt citH'l'l'l1I1ll'I'lI llalncc Colnlnittvi' 4. -I: Ilzuul I. 1, .4. -I: Orclwstm I, 1, 4: junior I'I:n Cust .43 ,lunior CIwt'rIi':uIvr 4. Royce Jeroline Watts 'I'ri-Ili Y l, 1, 4, -Ig Spanish Clulx .4, -I, Sl'I'K1'2lIII2lI.hI'llIS 4: Slutlvnl Klou-rnmcnl Ilzlxwc Conuuittrsc 3, 4: Ilolnc Iloom Sucirtalry I. 'I'rcnsurt'r 1, Vivo-I'r't-sizluiil 4: Studi-nt .-Kmhnin islrntion Day Z: junior Plan' Prop only Conunittut- 4: Svnim Color Com iuitlvc -I: Intraumuntls I. Patsy 0'Neal White Intrauuurzils I. 1: Iilirnry Clulm 4: Iulin Clulu 4: ,Iunior Pltn' Slilgt' Crm-w .43 Clalss Night lixvrcisi' .41 Ililwlv Clulw 1, 4. Phyllis Ray Whitley Intrzunuruls I: 'I'riIIiY 1. 4, -I: Ililmh- Cluln I: Spanish Clulv 4, -I. Marthelaine Williams Ifoollmll Sponsor 4: Ilonol' Souivty 4, 4: 'I'ri IIiY I. 1, 4. 4, Council Xlm-mln-r I. 4, Social fllllllflililll I. 1: Xlonitor 4. -I: Quill .intl Scroll 4, -I. Inuustirvr' -I: C Iicnustry K Iuh 4: Intln Clulu Z. 4, Svcrctnry 1, Ilnnqtlvt Ch.iirm.in 1, 4: St-ssion Ilousm' I: Slutlvnl fillYl'l'lIIIlCI1I Ilzlncv Commit Ive 1, 4. 4: I'ri'sl1nmn Class Svcrc larry I: Ilnuil I, 1, 4. -I. Sponsor I, Alujorv.-ite 1, .4, 4: ti,xNNoN lhavonl' Ilusinvss Sunil' 3, 4. ,klvcrtising Alnnugur -I: Studi.-ni ,hlministrntion Ilan' 11 juniorSt-nior Committee' 3: Senior-Iunior Con1n1ittL'c 4: Junior Yunior l"ntt'rl:iinnwnl I: Colnlncnv:s' mont Xlnrshnl 3. SENICJR Benjamin Franklin Wright lntl'.limli'.uls I. 1. 4. 41 ,lunim Xnuiu limtlmll l. Mtiwltx 2, -I, 4. C-vK'.upt.uin -Ig Xlmmgrnin fluh 1. 4, I. Xlu'l'l'1'wislx'l1l 4: llumc lluom I'n-mln-ni 1. 4, 4. Xn'vl'rvsulvnt I: l.iIm fllllt I, 1: Svnlm llnss Xiu' l'it-xlmlrlmt -I: llll l. 1, Ralph Yarborough lilinlmll l. 2. 4. 4. Culnplnln 4: Xlmmgrnln C lilh l. 1. I. -I. lltnslllml 4, l'lt-simlruit 4. w w I,ic'tm'v Nm Slmwn Betty Jean Norman OUR PRAYER ith wccping llL'lll'lS uml cluwnulst cycs C grcct our liricmls with lust gimtlluycs. llmis night which sccmccl so lim' LIVVLIF' l l'IS COIIIC ill l1ISl. illlll HON' XYC PHIY lhut Cml will guiclv: us on our waw ,Xml help us in Ilis path to stay. lt- luult nruuml ut lI'lCIRlS so tlczlr. tx . Can mu luclicvc that now wc care lhall czlcll slmll go his scpzlraitc waw Aml what hcllllls us mme may say? l'4lI' Rlll XVL' liI10XV NYC ITIZIF' l7C CI'OXVI1CQl VVith glories hcyoml ll mm'tul's grouml Or mint' lllilt' lizlll along the wzw .Xml l1cc1'1lga1ll1 will wish to pun. XVilh cup uml gown. oh Loral. guiclc lm' lo Qfkllllllllt' lm' ull In scc i ilihnt l liawc liucccl nml pzissccl the tcst Ol' XVCZIYIIIQ nw gown aiml cloing nw hcst. lXllI.I.ICEN'I' ltosswizautz, Class Pvc! SENIORS Geraldine Lee Woodell lntrnnmrulx I: lrl lll X I, 1, 4, -lg .' rnry flulx -I: Spanish uh 3, -I: Student Klum-rnlm-nl llzuwc C'mulnim't- -lg llnnw llmnu 'ict'l'rlnry 1. -Z: Gills' l'lmrus 1. 4. 4. F f Xfyxjemafl ff I I I 1 CLASS PROPHECY While browsing around an old gift shop the other day, I came u on a beautiful old mirror. It was covered with dust, so li am sure it must have been there many, many years. The frame was done in a beautiful and 'ntricate design, so I bou ht the mirror and took it liome U n cleanin the glass Idiscovered somethin . ' po g 2 --1 - 2 very miraculous. I could look into the mirror and see things which were to happen many years hence. As I kept shining it, I saw some of my classmates from A. L. Brown High School in their chosen professions. Some of the first to come into view were John Rufty, Glain Pennell, and Richard Re nolds, who were serving gs ministers in various churches in North Carolina. Also in the religious field were joan Thomas, Betty june Compton, and Evelyn Taylor. This was ver interesting, so I looked more closely as more scenes fiom the future unfolded. I saw a very impressive building which turned out to be a memorial hos ital in New York, with Marthelaine Williams, Mfg., as director. Employed at this famous hospital were janet Edwards, Linny Baker Cone of the foremost dentists in Americaj, Joe Thomas, Betty Ann Phillips, Thelma Sloo , and Doris Sloop. Just across the street, stood a modjern glass drugstore owned by Donald Puntch, pharmacist, and his staff of "soda-ierks." Some of these included Mickey Caudle, Paul Barbee, and Don Hogue. The store had a special beauty salon, managed by Norma Hardy -Cfamous beauticianD, Barbara Sills, Patsy White, and Nancy Viola. l As the pictures continued to come into view, I saw many K.H.S. girls making very comfortable livings as models. Carolyn Bost was top model for an agency co- owned by Bobby Walker and Bill Bennett. Also pulling down thousands in this field were Dot Childers, Evelyn Honeycutt, Peggy Austin, and Carolyn Morris. Some of my classmates did not seem to like the ground for I found many up in the wild blue yonder. lane Shelton, Betty Ann Helms, Phyllis Moss, Geraldine Woodell, and Peggy Beaver were airline hostesses. jimmy Howell, Jimmy Ledbetter and Gene Lankford found the life of a pilot very exciting, while Bobby Quay did not like to be up in the air. He was interested in planes, and being the millionaire he was, he owned the three maior airlines in the United States. Caleb Glass was owner of the largest record store in the world, recording and selling thousands of records made by Peggy Freeze and Loretta Marshall on vocals. jean Kay Dayvault was making a hit with her piano recordings, while the combination of johnny Bowers, Donald Anderson, Troy Doby, Don Roberson and Dolly Cruse was taking over the place in discs once occupied by the "Four Hits and a Miss." Though the war was long since over, many guys of the class of '52 were serving in the armed forces. Ralph Strube, Furman Dillard, Max McKinney, and Morris Helms, along with some of the supposedly weaker sex. anice Honeycutt, Bonnie Shepherd, Betty Talbert, and eggy Hudson were among these. The pictures were getting a little dim, so I began cleaning again. As I rubbed harder, the movie world came into view and I saw Joann Watson, Emily Cara- way, Phyllis Metcalf, joe Lambert, Frank Chisolm, erry Russell as some of the most famous film stars. roy Payne was the owner of a chain of vaudeville theatres which featured such acts as the dancing com- bination of lovce Falls, Betty Ruth Helms, Phyllis Whitley, and Ieroline Watts. Also starred was a tap dance routine by Harold Hudspeth and Eugene Benton. Page Thirty-four In the business world, some of the raduates of K.H.S. were proving themselves very capabie. Milliccnt Rosenberg was one of the top commercial artists, and her staff was composed of Violet Jean Raye, Nadine Clement, and Joyce Peterson. Sign painters employed by "Millie, Inc." were Lewis Morrow, Boyd Vander- burg, Charles Wellman, and Donald Black. Ownin the lar est grocery stores in the world I saw R. B. ancfl C. W. Earnhardt. A few of the clerks work- ing for the Barnhardts were Eugene Benfield, Donald Upright, Allen Leonard, Kyle Hooks, and Hunter Hay. Since women cab drivers have come into existence, I was not surprised to find Theresa Dwyer, Nancy Matthews, Shirley Phillips, and Carleen Rogers em- ployed in this work. As I continued to gaze into this marvelous mirror, some of the outstanding characters in the literary world caught my eye. A best seller by jerry Armstong entitled "The Story of My Life" was being considered for a special iournalistic award. Other great writers were Wallace Watkins, Creston Erwin, Lewis Vernon, Phyllis Jean Smith, Gladys Davis, and Nancy Barger. Television, now being as common in the American h'ome as the electric light, was being invaded by such performers as Howard Holloway, Mason Parks, Dan Castor, and Bobby Rogers on the "We'll Answer Anv- thing" quiz program. Quiz master for this program is Buford Howard. More rubbing upon the glass revealed Vivian Honey- cutt as the owner of a large chain of teen-age clothing stores. Designing the exclusive frocks for her were Etta Sue Boggs, Beverly Cobb, Betty Black, and Bobbie jean Clayton. Of course I knew many of the gals in my class would get married and raise cute lil' youngunsl Shirley Maness, Betty Lane Fleming, Marianne Sherrill, and Elsie Mae Cox were a few of these little housewives. Hilda Maulden had opened a studio teaching baton twirling and strutting. In the same building with the studio, Charles Efird had established a gym for muscle building and training prize fighters. Some of the greats in the boxing world he had trained were Alton Wellman and Charles Ketner. Wrestling attracts many of the stronger sex, and I saw Swann King, Bill Funderburk. and Wayne Biles taking some of the big prize money for winning wrestling matches in Madison Square Garden. Teaching at some of the finer colleges in the United States were some of my classmates who had excelled in the various subiects. Ollena Price, teagiiing Bible: Martha Matthews, trigg Ruth Eanes, commercial coursesg Kathryn Bailes, Lating Hugh Parham, teaching Biology, and Gail Bost teaching two courses iti English. Ken Argo was also on the teaching staff at one of the largest colleges. He was coaching a football team through its third unbeatable season. Some of the hill-billy enthusiasts of the class of '52 I saw broadcasting on their own programs on one of the central net works on radio. Included in this were Buzzy "Country Boy" Yarborough, Comas Smith, lohn Sechler, Sherrill Austin, Ray Dixon, and Arnold Moss. Though it seemed to me that everything possible had been invented, I saw Buddy Shinn, Everette Sloop and Kenneth Stokes trying to modemize this old world of ours with a complete push-button home. Assisting these great scientists were Martha White, Iuanita Simpson, and Julia Ann Price. ,ti CLASS PROPHECY The nose lor news attracted some ol' the better journalists ol' mv class, and 1 saw .Ianice Nundav, llettv Ann Phillips, Doris Goble, and Geraldine llolshouser reporting lor various top newspapers in the countrv. Co-editors lor one ol' the largest were Kenneth Hullman and lfranklin Sloop. As l continued to gale into mv mirror, l saw a dramatic plav in action with llohbv Russell directing. lklulti-millioniare liarl l.ent1 was linancing the produc- tion, and starring in it was lxav Savage. ln supporting roles were Valerie Lawing, Ethel Patton, Margaret l'eterson, 'limmv lielk, Marvin Leonard, and Rav Petrea. The scene suddenlv sbilited. and for a moment I thought the pictures were over. Then l saw the beau- tillul rolling liarmland of Virginia. llobert Tavlor owned a coinpletelv moderniled larm, and D. and Ralph Cauble owned Ufaublcis Dairvf' one ol the best known in Virginia. Also in this section ol' the countrv l saw VI. L. Gibson and john Troutman who own a large stable ol' racing horses. Two ol' their iockevs, Buise Steen and jerrv Tillev. had won the lxentuckv Derbv. I saw that llennv YYright had his own ambulance service, and was eredited with saving ntanv lives. He was connected with the memorial hospital 1 had al- readv seen. Still enthralled bv this strange phenomenon. I saw that some voung ladies were proving that this is a woman's world. Annie Armstrong owned a huge cater- ing service which planned such parties as the wedding reception ol' New York socialite Mildred Allen. Katrina Cartner and Norma Chambers were some ol' the tnost well-known interior decorators in the busi- ness. Thev remodeled the olliees of Paul Tuggle, oil magnate, and the home ol' liillv McVVhorter, manu- lacturcr ol' nvlon hose. Some ol' the hot-rod drivers l saw in the liuture were Gene lftltlleman, Reese llradlcv. and lfrankie Combs. l then saw a view ol' Carolina lleach, with some ol' mv lornter classmates working there. Nancv I,l'llf7. and -lanice liarle Dennis owned a liashionable group ol' tourist cottages. Buck Cooke and Kenneth Childers owned a line hot-dog stand. -lohn llardister had a costume iewelrv shop. Leaving the beach, the picture changed to Paris. where l saw Theresa linslev, Ruth Adams, Geraldine Combs, and hlelvena Bonds designing clothes lor liasltion wise women all over the world, ln the soeietv world. some ol' the well-known debu- tantes ol' the dav were -lanet lluekwell, lanice Mundav. Phvllis liarringer, Iovce McCollum, and lilubv Edwards. Owning a girls' school for the elite young ladies, I lound Svlvia Dabbs and Carolvn Holes. lklanv eligible bachelors from A. I.. Brown High School still seemed to lind this lile exciting. Bill llolminette. Garv Deal, llarlen Phillips, and Bobbv Mullis were succeeding in eluding the marriage- minded lieinales. ln the music world. Don Compton was making a debut in opera, and llalel U'Kellev had the lieminine role opposite him. A large hot-house specializing in rare black orchids was co-owned bv Allllit' Clearv and Doris hliddleton. lfach llower section was directed bv such famous llower experts as Vivian l,owder, Geraldine Tarlton. l,eah liae Barker. and Valoree Shinn. Their main busi- ness came lrom Charles NlcYVhorter who operated a liashionable florist shop in New York Citv. 4 Under the big-top, some ol' the tnost liamous circus performers ol' all time were making their living in llarold Thompson's Three Ring Circus. Daphne Daniels, ,Iovce Dendv, Phvllis lihvne, Bettv Sue Pres- son and Maxine llartsell were billed as top bareback riders. Carolvn Teal and Peggv McDowell teamed up in the lion taming business. Flovd Fritz was watering elephants. Barbara Martin and liettv Carpenter had taught camels to do educational tricks, and Margaret Randolph specialized in a high dive into a tub ol' water. Leading a safari into the wilds of Africa was fear- less Hazel Dancv, Virginia Allen, Ina lluth Dennis, and Elecia Roberts. Thev were bringing back animals for Mildred Rollings and Eleanor Foil to mount in their taxidcrmist shop. Financing the expedition was Shirlev Ervin, who had inherited live million dollars. Loraine Strawn reeentlv had a book of poems nub- lished bv the ,larrett Publishing Companv ownec bv june Jarrett. Some ol' the personnel emploved by this companv were Wlillie Sutton, Virginia VVaggoner, llettv Honevcutt, and Geraldine Ilolsbouscr. I saw that lllondie llolbrooks had taken over the radio shop which had been in her lamilv for genera- tions. A boom to this business was the ingenius inven- tions ol' Doris Chandler, Peggv Beaver, and ,laequeline Candle. The professional librarv in New York was managed bv Alice Allman with the able assistance of Glatie McLean, Thelma Deal, Eva Mae VVilliams, and Helen Rushing. Two great novels written bv Carol .lean Suther and Ruth nUSL'l1'l2ll1 were donated to this institution. A women's chorus which was touring the world came into view in the mirror at this time, and l saw that its director was Eleanor Gulledge. A liew ol' the best sopranos were Lorene llelms, Iris -lean Dudlev, and llilda Ruff. Some alto voices included Gloria lloward and lklattie Lou Stancil. Gradv Price was the owner ol' the liirst National Hank in Chicago. This bank emploved Irene Roberts and Edna Staneil as tellers. Then all at once the picture faded and l came back to realitv. This was reallv line, but l had a iob to do, and the editor was waiting for mv lieature article on fashion. l'livL1.is Tuomvsoiv Proplieless l l Page Tliirlv-fivc CIIXHIINIIIHILIXIIIII!'XNlN, ,. l n-1 I lxxx Uxmn. lllllwx IXIUIIIPIX ,. lim! Wllffzrnf 31 xxx XX lZll.lII, I Ill lux Xl Xlll Ill x Hux1l'4vwm1l111 Ixllllll xxl N, 'alll lx C-UNIX! , . NIM: Iilewlm If1S1uu1J Nlxulxxxl '5lIllKIZlIl.I1llI HHISINI Ill .. A .,.. lhwl IMWJ IIlllNl1lIlIN,IXXI SIIIIIUN ...,..,, NUM! IJ, 111 ml llxxx I:XlxIIl, LXIIHIXN Ilww .. .Wim I NIM! XIIHIIYII X 1 ...,.fxi 9' CLASS HlSTORYCOnfinuecl That was also the year that ever one attended the laying of the cornerstone for the new A. L. Brown High School, which was at last becoming a reality. The long awaitedmhip to Washington, D. C., by the United States history classes also became an unbelievable reality. We saw many historical buildings and stopped at the enchanting Luray Caverns on the return trip. This tour proved educational and enjoyable to everyone who went. In May we, the juniors, honored the seniors with a momentous junior-Senior Banquet at the Y.M.C.A. followed b a prom at the school gym. The theme "Hitch Yyour Wagon to a Star" was carried out with miniature wagons hitched to glittering stars. Appro riate songs for the occa- sion were sung by littlfe Miss Dannie kigman. Linny Baker was secretary of the Student Cov- ernment that year. This was also the year in which we won the plaque from Curtis Circulation Company for outstanding accomplishments in selling maga- zines. Our total sales amounted to S1,797.54. Climaxing the year was the receiving of our class rings in May. These we proudly polished and showed off for the remainder of the year. They were different that year, because of the fact that we would be the first class to graduate from A. L. Brown High School. The last and larger wave starts toward us in an unruly, happy-go-lucky manner. It hardly seemed true that we were now, at last, "Dignified Seniors." We began the ear by electing our class offi- cers. We chose Igenneth Argo to be president, vice-president, Benny Wright, secretary, Ruth Eanesg and treasurer, Bill Bennett. To serve in Council were Carolyn Bost and Charles Efird. Phyllis Thompson became prophet and Earl Lentz, our lawyer. At the first of the year, there was the awful girind of senior pictures, club pictures, and many t ings which had to be done to go into the Senior Edition of the CANNON REPORT. Everyone considered it worth all the trouble, though, when we received our treasured books. Then came the two most outstanding and en- joyable events, the Senior-junior, and the junior- Senior. Each was a success, and Millicent Rosen- burg, social chairman, Mr. R. D. Boone, Miss Nella Harris, and Mrs. Virginia Alexander did a wonderful job in making plans for the Senior- junior event. Page Thirty-eight There was the excitement of orderin calling cards, invitations, caps and gowns, and diplomas. We could hardly wait for Senior Day so that wi could enjoy an outing at one of the nearby la es. Senior adviser, Miss Loraine Cray, and the many helpful committees aided us in choosing our colors, lavender and silvery our flower, thc orchid, class poem, motto, "The will to do, the soul to dare", class son , and mascots, Dana Lec- brick and Cynthia joinson. We dedicated our Yearbook to Miss Rebecca Slate, who had so freely devoted her services to us. Linny Baker became president of our Student Government our last year in high school and Buck Cooke was vice-president. The title of "Miss Hi Miss," chosen on the basis of beauty, scholarship, and character, was awarded to Dot Childers, while Carolyn Bost was awarded that of "Miss Cannon High." Then the wave rushes toward us with a mighty surge as we remember the breath-taking entering of our new school, A. L. Brown High School. This was a wonderful occasion to which everyone had looked with great anticipation. The school was wonderful! It was as much and more than we had expected. We, the Senior Class, having been the Hrst to graduate from A. L. Brown High School, hope that all classes follow- ing us will have enjoyed it as much as we did. Then, as though the entire Ocean of Mem- ories were pushing it, the mi hty wave roars in, splashing its spray u on our faces, and bringing with it the ending of, all our high school years- graduation. It was a grand, happy, and sad occa- sion, all wrapped into one. We walked proudly across the new stage of the A. L. Brown High School and marched into our many varied and scattered ways of life, never to relive that night again. But we'll never forget our Alma Mater, A.'L. Brown High School, and what it meant to us, and always there'll be a tender place in our hearts for what Cannon High meant to us, too. As we turn to walk on down the Beach of Life, we notice that the outgoing tide is carrying our four precious waves back out into the Ocean of Memories so that we may return to this spot again to relive those four wonderful years. LORETTA MARSIXALL, Historian A' lf" ' V1 f.' If f,C 'df v ' r c"A 1 , , 4 1 ' ' 'qw I C7 First mu .lcgm lim l3.1xx'11ulI, Clnil Host, ,Ivan lfirsf mu' gxi1ti:1gU: Slmirlcx Nnncss. Cllgulw IIIILIMIN, Sylxm Udlvlvh. lx-lIl1lNl1 lhlllib- Uglvls, Pllxllls Smith lllwlmc, Phyllis Ilmmnpwn S" 1' ':lD Nl'lH'l N1 MXXL- - - 1 Hom, 'ml , . QNX .lu .K lm' HRH Blu. 50001111 mu' QSIIIIIJIIIQXZ Inncl lpdxmrnls, Mrs ilu-ws, Curul I lulllps, IIINIHIL' llcmlcrsun, lnttx , . . , t ' , , nlrluv AIN Igoslinnh' Alzlrlln, m1l'IxUI': llalrl l,Cl1ll, .'Cl'Ulll1k' xxzllls N - x 'HI' Htl ww: Mr. IJl'Lll11l1lUIIll, Miss SILIIU, Mr. 4 tx ' Ccwlll' I mm' lrll vu' .xdcfiuified . . . 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XIIILNVJN A6351 fl. .ffJ7" 71- 410' """'4J 73142 VTP Jgjf ,fufvfw-of KNO may QQAAJ ,S ,Ml SJ - Inu!-f-QL f,,pf4p',,pj4, ,QQ STUDENT COUNCIL? M4 fm ,N ,1,:M First row: Clmarlcs lillrnl, Linux' Balxcr, f7YL'SltlL'IIlQ l3ucl4 Coolxc, 1'ic'L'f1v1AL'si1lg:J4f139JLg-4. LJ XVallwr lung. SL'L'l'l'll1l'.1'C lla l'l' y flllcn, fl'L'llS1Il'L'l'Q Carolyn Bust. tp, 4 JN SL-ww! rr:u': Pcggy lllaclx. Sonny' Sllcllh, Katie Rutll Durlmam, llcrrx' lliclcnlmur, A. llal llulvx. f '- A ff SESSION HOUSE l7irs! rout llulw lilwaml, Miriam Castor, Maxim' Linnv llalxcr, Sllulia Sassvr, Pllvllis 'l.l14lI'l1l7Slll1, Nalmcu wlcr, Plwllis livrnl. Ualv 1Xclcrl1ulclt. Patsv llnlxlvs, Mattllcws. l lUl'l1-l Gllliillll-1 ,llllw f'llVll'Y- PlWlllN l3l'mlV' 5VlV'4' l7o1n'll1 mir: Ulaclvs llavis, llunalal l.cc, Max Cflmannl' Slmlll' NWWV 54'V1'2'-'- lcr. Dun lSUlJL'l'SUH, VVallwr lung, llarulcl Allvn, Arnnlml Svuoml mn': Margarct liarnlmamlt. Kg-1lvMabrv. Marx' 5l'1',YL"" Ulm cllmlmln' , , , , , , Al1ll'gLlI'L'l Crilmlmlc. Sarah flinc, -luann Vllilsun. llunicn' l"f'l' Vmlf CMVV 5hl'f"lllv BIHV SUYIWI1- lllll 5k'llll" Plmarr, l,utm'cia lallxcrt, C'all'vv Gilliam, llarlmara llill. nfvcr' .l"f' l3f"AlV- ll'lfV llfllfhlmw- MUN llcllwf- Bllfli lmumx, Mcnlmwll' Cuukc, Sclwvn xxllllfll. Sixtll row: Bill llclmlwlt. Elmu llulllman. Bill Slmp, llllIll'1lVUll'1 Miss Smith, .'l1l1'ixur: lint Simmuns. juan Clll2ll'lL'S Kutncr, I. IJ. Caulmlc. llarrv lilantun, Dallas wcxnan. flax' Barns. blurrx' l'uum'il, llruuu Flippin. ,l3rm'vn. Aliliin- Kmluntz. LIB R A R Y C L U B lim 1-f1 ll' 1i11i11f- -1 Ill' ' -- A ' ' ' ' ' ' . 15. I I1.111 1 I111I, C .1111Ix11 AIUIIIN, I11.11111 II IIIIIIIIQIIDII, .XI.IIIl1' I 1111 SI-IIILII. I1111-111 S11.1x111. SI111'Icx' II111111.1x, SIIII'IL'X' 1X1'111st1'1111g. I'I1x'II1s C.11111p, IJ111'1x C.11I1I1'. C1v1'.1I1Ii111' XX11111l1II Ix1'Ix11 I.1xI111', I111I1I:11- 'I1'1111 l11Im111. II1cI111.1 5I411111, IJ111'1s Q-1I1w11. 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Ihlttx' I1'.111 I11g1'.1111, IIuI111 XX1II1.1111x, X 111.111 I'11p1-, II11'I111a1 SI111111, II1111'I U Ixn'IIx', Ilalnxx II1It1111, I.1111.1 IIk'.lIII, II.11111' C.11I1I1 C .11'Im'1'11 II11gn'1N, MONITORS Iirsl rmr: XI.11'IIu'I.1im- U'iIIi.1n1x, XI.u'tIm IXI11lII1vws. ,Iimnw II-nu-II, ,IL'l'I'Y fxI'IllNII'ilII11. L-l'l'NI11Il I'ruiu. I'runlIr IIXPNN IX1'11111'1I1. SI111'I1'1 11-1111. ,IUI111 IILIIIXE IIAII XIV mnw IIiI4I1l Xl.IuI4Iun, Gail L'uIIim, Um' IIqn'm'x, IIIIUIII IXIJIIIIN. III-xcrlx C'-1ImIw, ,I-lL'IxIL' cI.lI7l'IL'I. 5xIx'i.1 Ikllmlms. AIIUH Dun pumch I mm, ILIIXH. Kt.nm.lh I '.. I, ' 1 " , ,',. .,,. ' Y ' 'u' b. ' ., NIIUIIII. 'MII' MIM IIIIIIINIII' 'IIIIIMI' I'I'I"I IIHI11-1'lIN XXQIIIXQI' lung. IILICIX C mmlxu. IIIIII rrmw IDU! C IHIQIIIN I.lm- SIu'IIm1, Imam Ix.1x I7.1x'x.nL1It. L .HMI Ilcrvusmm, . -' . - . - , V V -I -II -I - V. . ' . - , . V . F IJIIIICL' Iaurlu IJUIIIII5. I'IIllIY lnr1lu.ux, Ixs'nm'lI1 Q II I L IN i.Im'1.u l.III1.Im. Ilwrls Slmup, II1xIIu l.lII1cuII. Cm--,Im tl .I I, I Cl. I: Al I li i, AI H I ILM, Ix.1lI11'xn II.uiIu. lI1irII ww: I3iIIiI- XICLIHIIIIJS, LI' U MINI' 'Im N' 'INS' "II 'Inu' IQIMIIEI XQIIIIIIII Ix.1IwI IIUIIIl'iI1lIxN, Iimmir III-mlm-wn, I'I1x'IIis Smith 1191111 AIVIJUIWIIZ 5'-XIII 'fm' c"Q""1lV' "'-I-' 1' 'U III1xm-. Clmwl I'I1iIIipx. I'I1iI II.1im'x', Qlimmx' III-41vi5. II1'1I1"'1' c1'I"II LIMS' IIII"'I'1 IIIIIIII' IIIIIIIII IWW DRAMATICS CLUB Inu mum X.lIl1I'L'U Slunn. X lYl.II1 IIIPIIVYUIIII, -Igmvl I4mIu.mIx, NI.lI'III.I XI.11IIu'xu, Dun I'u11lIIl. Iflln IIuxscII. I!.IrIm.n-.1 II.Im'Ilm', Klqrlmmrlc I'.1rmcl', I'1llsx' IImx'cII. SummI I'11II'2 Alam' 5I1n'IIm1, .Xnnic .'xI'IIISII'l1llQ, IXIIIIIQ' IIIN-fmlwn-Q. I,.IllI IIsIu'1'. 'Ima' SI.uxu-In, lu.m1I.l I7.+u.uIIIwn, Ilurus IXIILIQIIL-mlm. IIIIIII ww: I'I1xII1x Imgvr. N.lI1k'X'L' KIa1llIu'xxs, ISIIII :MIIII-x. cIlQII'Il'N I'ImI, 'Im' CfI.1w, ILIIIIII IIlIIIHlIk'IxL'I4. XIiv I-mrnlun. .'IlII'IXl'I', I11xl Ix.1lI1111 I',11lI1111 I11.11111.1 II11II111x 1111g1'1. X111111.1 I-1111 I -111-1 NI Il.1111 1. II1111-Ix. I I.1111x, XI11111x. I1l1 111- u.111Ix. BIBLE CLUB 11111- I11.111 II111111.1x, II1-111 Il11111'11'11lI. I11s wl1'p111 Il111II1'1. 11- 1.1I1x1111, II.11I1.11.1 IK1'.111'1'. I'1-ggx X11s1111, N.1111x X111I.1. I1-.1I. XI.111I1.1 I'111111.111, I,11111w I'11111'. N1'u1111I 11111': 1111w1111, OII1-11,1 I'1i11-, Xi1gi11I:1 U'11gg11111'I', XIII1I1'1'1I . II.11I1.11.1 lux. IIx11' Kux, II1-.111111 iL11IIc1I5g1-, I'I1xII1x II.11' I.1111I I1',111 5lIIIN'l, IL111-111'II XI1I1'I11'II, II,1aI1L'I IKIIII11111x. II111111I11-Inv. II1I11I 11111: I1111'II.1 l'1111u', I11111g1'111' II111u11. 1111I1-. ll1111x II1.111I1'1. II11'11-x11 I11xI1'1, I'.11s1 XKI11l1', X.1I 111111, lJ1111x SI1111p, X111111.1 II.111Ix. X1111111 l11111I1'1. IILIIVI I111111l1 11111': Ix.1Il111,1 i,11I111'1', I'1I11.1 SI.lIlk'lI, XI1'I11'11:1 NI1 XI.111I1.1 XI.1IlI11-xxx. -I11.11111 NI.11s1111, IP111'1x Sl1'1'11, K.1r11l111 11I1-1 I111i11. In-I111 I111I111, .l.11L11- l.1111IIv. 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XI.11g.111-I IH-I1-1x1111, II1-111 N111 I'1csw11, S.11:1I1 N11ss111.111, C-I.11Iu l.11I111lI1. l'.1111I I1'1g11x1111 XIa1II1-lu' C I.111111n'l. NI111I1'X -I11I111s1111. II11I1I1I1' AIm'.111 I-1I1x1111. I'.111u IIIII11l1, Ix.1x I111'111'1. I11111'Il1 11111: I1.111I1l1' XI1i11111I1x. Xllw , . , XK111'1I, I1I1'1wrq l.1111Ix11 Imlm, NI111I1-1 XX1II11'I111. IX111 K.1x1111 juxu' ID11111-II, I'.1I S.1I11l, Il.11I1'111- i11'11xI1.1xx, II1'I1'11 II1lxI1111g X.11u1 IIsI1, X1'I111.1 XI11111I.111I, II.111'I XI,1lI11x. ILM- XI.1111-xx Pvggx lI1'1111'11t, IIIII1 11111, II11l1x U11-11.1NI1, SI111I1'1 I'1-1I1111x I71111 l,111111I1. SI111I1'1 8111x1111-. lI.1111I1'Il1- IN,111I. XL11111- I1111 Sl.1111'1I, IIQIIX XX11111I.111I. CI1-11 II1.11IwI11', lI111x11111' Il1111.1I111v II1'lI1 IIIIIII II1'I111s, II1'II1 X1111 I'I11II111s. N1xlI1 11111" l..111 II11I1Icl', 11.111 IJv.1I, II.1I11I1 l.111I1I1-. I1.111I11 lI11xI111l111. II1111.1I1I III111'I1I111111, Xlinln C.1111II1'. C11lI1111 SI,11L. N1111'11lI1 11111: H1111 Ik-11l11'I1I, Kin l'.1Il1-1x1111, XI11111x II1-I111x. II1-1111.111 iI1111-, 1.1-111 XY.1II11'1. 91111111 I11I1I1, II11I1I1x II11111Iw. ART CLUB CAMERA CLUB lux! mu: Xl.uu Mm Xl.Nu.mx. N.xmx Xlmuw. .lanun Ilml lux! mu: Slwllvx Ilupn-0. I'.uIlu'l.u llvllnx. Xwrlllm Hllllll X I I III II I II In-luv, -lu.1nn Nmlllu. llmlwl Nt.u'm-s, k.lll1l4'L'n Il.mlm. lmmmw NH- l"""I'l""' l"'lI""' hw" 'MXN H 'N c1""'p' ,U A lllvgnlx. l'cggggx lim-xv. 4l.lvLiv Clglmllvl, Nlml--x Hlllwlm. ,lum QIHM.. Huh. lim, LI,,,,I,I,,,,. ylmllm Qlmnll g,,h.I.H lnluvltlb Xluilln. Rnumlln Xllulnli, ,lam lglml, vlll.mn,u Sunpwn Nvcuml mu: Sunnx Sqppm-lllu'I1l, lxclllu lvlnlx. inn-mlfvlxn nfml mu llmlgn- I-:g.m, lf-In-Cu Ihxxrl. Cvlmlxx Ihxls, l'lnllx In-4-lv, lrvniw Pulw, Huw Nl.1m-xx, XI.ug.m'l lqlvlxll, linux I, II I I I I I, II I, Ih-xww, Plnllix Hquw, Xmlrvx bmw. 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Yvruml mir: lrzinlxic lllziclx, llciml liincliur, llillx' Kiscr. C..nln' Lumliilziil, ,lvrrv Nlxvrs, lllrnn l,ilnlM'r, Muck l'l'L'Clt'. ,luv Dmiln-ss, Xlpnrgzin-I lliall. .lcam Kan' llaivvmilt. lllrnl Ilipps. lhiiiix Xignv. l'lnllis limgcr, llzirlmr.i K1.'cvvr. Curtis Mullis, a A , lm' K,l.isx. Sclwxn XYliiIn', .Imam llimvll, Jcnn Iluwvll. llill llulwr. C'.irulxn XYil1m-roll, Sliirlvx 0.ilxln'x. lmrrllz Vnw: llill Ili-in mlvrsun, Im- lliunigis, lliulxic XY.iIlxiiu, llnu.il'ml -lum's,- K lllluii Liu in, KiL'l1C llimlillu. llm us' llumlx, limi llluss, .lnlin Sprlnlxlv. ,lullnnv llnu urs, Pliil 'll-sli, C'lmrlg-Q Xlurpli. l rm-il ll.ix, limi llluclx. ,lvrrx Cliislmlm, llmulml Xmlurwii, C'.u'ulxii lxwpp, ll.il llITlXlLcUl11lh l,llIlkllllLlI1l llimm Clumliiix lulxn I :iii liaircll, Ilulwrl llinsnn, K1-nm-:Ii Di.il. l'iftl1 mtv: livin- llmmp Kluillm. 4.1-,inf luil. 'lliinl row: llcgggx' Xlcllmvcll, liiulxn sun. Kciin juliiismi, -limnix lnluml. 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Page lfiftyf vb Ag: LAST WILL AND TESTAMENT Alt1'ICZLIi I VVe. the Seniors ol' Brown lligh School, in perfect health and memory Cpraise bel, do make and ordain this our last will and testament. Alt'l'lt:1l5 II XVc commend our ambitious selves into the hands ol' lille, our ultilnate destiny, knowing that the knowl- edge and education received by us will bring us hap- piness and lame everlasting in the outer world into which we are about to embark. An'1'icr.i5 Ill VVe bequeath to our principal, Mr. Iiretl U. Drum- mond, all the love, respect, admiration, awe, and deference, in which we hold him that he may dis- tribute said love, respect, admiration, awe, and deference impartially among the underclassmen in order that they may conduct themselves in a respectful manner as we have always endeavored to conduct ourselves. Airrler.l2 IV To the teachers we leave our deepest appreciation lor their untiring elliorts in an attempt to educate us, and solve our problems: in which respect they have done a very commendable job. Thanks! Airrieiac V To the rising lfreshmen, Sophomores, juniors, and especially Seniors, we leave with you, our last request: keep the school going and maintain the spirit on which our school has thrived for such a long time, Alt'l'lLZLE VI' I. Iluth Adams, being ol' sound body and empty head, do hereby will and bequeath my ability to draw to Phillip Dellinger. To Martha Pittman. I will my ability to get up front in the cafeteria line. I, Mildred Allen, do hereby will and bequeath my thanks and appreciation to IXliss Ilarris for her patience, and my typewriter to Faye Goodman, hoping that she will be able to type on it without it being lixed. I, Virginia Allen, do hereby will and bequeath to l7ranklin llary, a rising sophomore, my ability to get through high school in four years and to Harold Allen, I leave my ability to get along with girls, knowing he loves tlleln. Page Fifi y-four I, Alice Allman, will and bequeath my iob as as sistant to blr. Colley to anyone who is lucky enough to get it and all my good times to Irene Hull' and VVallace Ritchie. I, Donald Anderson, being of sane mindC?D and shiftless legs do hereby will and bequeath my ability to get out of school in four years to my brother, Richard, who is a rising junior. I, Kenneth Argo, do hereby will and bequeath my position on the football team to my cousin Don, and my ability to punt to Clark Drake. My cherished seat in English IV, I leave to my unfortunate sister, Danny. I, Annie Armstrong, being of soundC?J mind, do hereby will and bequeath to Miss Harrell quiet art classes third and fifth periods. I, Icrry Armstrong, do hereby will and bequeath my stool in Mr. Van PooIe's physics class to any red-bloodetl American boy who has the courage to sit on it. I, Peggy Austin, do hereby will and bequeath my good times at K.II.S. to "Dougie" Logan and Georgann Alexanderg and to janice Brinkley, I leave my wona der-ful times at Student Government dances tht- past two years. I, Sherrill Austin, do hereby will and bequeath my place in the Senior Class to any Junior that will accept it and uphold its tradition. I, Kathryn liailes, do hereby will and bequeath my two years of romping as an ollice page to my sister. Grace, a rising sophomore, hoping that she has rubber feet for the job. COl1k.1l'OlLllUl vom B. SL W. SUPPLY COMPANY Building Supplies Feeds - Seeds - Fertilizer - Poultry Supplies - Hardware Dutch Boy Paints - Lawn Mowers - Finish Lumber - Mouldings Midway KANNAPOLIS, N. C. Phone 586 TED SOLOMON'S CLEANERS "Just Good Cleaning" North Main Street Phone 898 LHDY'S FUHERHL HOlTlE Oxy en Er ui ea' - lWoa'ern g I 24 HOUR SERVICE A mbulances -il Chapel lOl South Ridge Phones 91-700 H9 West First i Street p Class of '52 Phone 675 CCNCRATULATIONS, GRADUATES? ROSE'S 5-10-250 STURES, Inc. 133 Stores Serving 5 Southern States llaggv lfiffyf I-INITAHY CAFE MEALS-SANDWICHES Complete Fountain Service West Avenue Phone 255 CONGRATULATIONS T0 THE CLASS OF '52 from MYER'S BCOTERY "IN STEP WITH STYLE" Headquarters for Cobbler Shoes and MISS DEB'S "Foshions Designed With You in Mind" JUNIORS AND MISSES LAST WILL AND TESTAMENT I, Linny Baker, do hereby will and bequeath my ollice as President of the Student Body to Walker Jung, and my position Cif I have onel on the basketball team to Howard Hall. l, Paul Barbee, do hereby will and bequeath to anyone that wants them, my seats in my classes and detention hall. I, Leah Rae Barker, do hereby will and bequeath my ability to get through high school to Sylvia Riddle a rising freshman, and I leave all my good times at Cannon High to my cousin, Norma Rainey, a rising senior. To the rest I just leave. I, C. W. Bamhardt, do hereby will and bequeath the joy of coming to school to my two cousins, Margaret and Louise, and the ability to finish high school to Gail Curley and Ray Harkey. I, R. B. Barnhardt, do hereby will and bequeath all my good times to my two sisters, Margaret and Louise, and to everyone else I just leave. I, Phyllis Barringer, do hereby will and bequeath my wonderful times in high school and the privilege of being in Mr. Boone's home room three years to my little sister, Hilda, who will graduate in 1965. Page Fifty-six I, Peggy Beaver, do hereby will and bequeath my ability to bum chewing gum to Faye Carver, Pat McManus, Shirley McNeil, Leon Dalton and Arthur Bell. I, Jimmy Belk, of a strong body and sound mind, I hope, do hereby will and bequeath my warm seat on the basketball bench to anyone who likes splinters. I, Eugene Benfield, do hereby will and bequeath my intuitive ability to predict the outcome of athletic contests and my ability as a dynamic sports commenta- tor to that up-andfoming Harold E. Eagle. I, Bill Bennett, being of sound body, do hereby will and bequeath my position on the football team to lion Argo. To Joann Maness, I leave my curly hair. I, Eugene Benton, do hereby will and bequeath my good times at K.H.S. to Don Ritchie and Clark Drake, and my position on the basketball team to Bill Doby. If Wayne Biles, will and bequeath my ability to graduate to my brother. He will finish in the year of 1957. I, Betty Black, being of sound body and empty head, do hereby will and bequeath my senior privi- legesC?D to Louise Pope and june Curley. Congratulations to the Seniors of the CLASS OF '52 BELITS DEPT STORE A U BELHS B HGAIN LAST WILL AND TESTAMENT I, Donald Black, do hereby will and bequeath my ability to do geometry to Fred Hay. I hope he gets Mrs. Alexander. I will my seat in the "Swingsters" to Keith Helms. I, Reese Bradly, do hereby will and bequeath my most needed teacher, Miss Gray, to Bill Lisk for his Senior year. I, Howard Boger, do hereby will and bequeath my ability to get along with the teachers to Allen Cox and my fifth period seat in typing to anyone, hoping they will learn more than I did. I, Etta Sue Boggs, do hereby will and bequeath to Mavis Ann McSwain my ability to get in Mr. Boones home room two years straight and to Stevie Boggs all my good times, hoping he will get to be a Senior someday. I, Carolyn Boles, do hereby will and bequeath my seat in Miss Cray's English class to Patsy Watson hop- ing she will enjoy having Miss Gray for a teacher as much as I have. I, Melvena Bonds, do hereby will and bequeath my ability to graduate to my cousin, Doris Lunsfird. I leave all my good times at K.H.S. to Velma Woodard. I. Carolyn Bost, will and bequeath my most loyal monitor post to my sister, Sarah, hoping that she won't be unlucky enough to get in front of the olliee. To my sister, Hilda, who will be a freshman next year, I leave my ability to go through school. I, Gail Bost, being of sound mind and body do hereby will and bequeath my sneezing ability to all the cats remaining at Cannon High. I, janet Buckwell, do hereby will and bequeath all my good times to Reginald Buckwell. I, Phyllis Callicutt, being of sound mind and body, do hereby will and bequeath my monitor post to Pattie Sue Petrea, knowing that she likes to tell people to get in single file. My position on the basketball team I will to anyone who likes to sit. I, Emily Caraway, leave my store bought wig to Carol Phillips and my "nothings" to my brother, John. I, Betty Carpenter, do hereby will and bequeath to my sister, Charleen, who will graduate with the class of '6l. To anybody else who wants anything I leave anything. Page Fifty-seven GLHSS ROLLER RIINI4 "Skate For Your Health" South Main Street KANNAPOLIS, N. C. Visit Your Neighborhood Independent Grocer PE I ' 0 '5 4? Q69 K6 4TlvE 5 QUALITY MERCHANDISE T I h d W I E ep one OI' CYS ecome Courtcous Serwcc Fmt Dulwwg INDEPENDENT IIIIIJPEHNTIVE STUHES "Nothing is Permanent in Fashion but Good Taste" Towel City Towel Company, Inc. Dnstrnbutors of CANNUN MILLS Pnonuc IS TOWELS-SHEETS-HOSIERY Store No. I Store No. 2 South Main St Cannon Blvd FEISIWIODS of DISIHWCTIOH Phone 270 Phone 996 Ig IIN IJ! LAST WILL AND TESTAMENT I, Katrina Cartner, do hereby will and bequeath my ability to drive the car to school every day to my brother, Bobby. To Wayne Steele and Sarah King, I will the new high school. I, J. D. Cauble, do hereby will and bequeath my good times at Cannon High and my ability to graduate in four years to Dicky Bollick and anyone else who is fortunate enough to need them. I, Ralph CSylvesterD Cauble, do hereby will and be- queath my hair to those who need it. "May it wave forever." I, jackie Caudle, being in sound mind and body, do hereby will and bequeath my love for short hair and stand up collars to my sister, "Pat," a rising junior. My stool in Mr. Ellis' chemistry class I leaveC?D to "Phyl" Lomax knowing she earnestly desires it. I, Mickey Caudle, do hereby will and bequeath my seat in business correspondence to Ronald "B" Black- burn. To my sister, Sally, the ability to pass in four years. I, Norma Chambers, will and bequeath to my brother, jimmy, and Ingle Cook my love for football and my seat in study hall at seventh period knowing they would love to be close to the door. I, Doris Chandler, do hereby will and bequeath all my good times in high school to my brother, Max, a rising senior. To my sister, Shirley, a rising freshman, I leave my ability to pass all my grades, knowing she will need it. I, Dot Childers, being of sound mind and dis- posing memory, do hereby will and bequeath to my sister, Billie, a rising freshman, my so-called dignity, knowing quite well that she has none of her own. The remainder of my possessions I leave to Sandra Gordon. I, "Ken" Childers, being of soundC?D mind and bodily health, do hereby will and bequeath my good times at dear old Cannon High, and my will to gradu- ate in four years to a rising sophomore, jimmy La Fevers. I, Sara Childers, being without a mind CMiss Gray wore it outD, do hereby will my big feet to my sister, Ann, hoping she can get them through the crowded hall. I, Frank Chishom, do hereby will and bequeath my seat in third period English under Miss Gray, to any- one who is smart enough to take it. -9' I, Bobbie jean Clayton, do hereby will and bequeath my ability to graduate from high school in four years to my brother, Billy. To my sister, Opal, I leave all my classes under my favorite teacher, Miss Harris, hoping she will enjoy them as much as I did. I, Mazie Cleary, do hereby will and bequeath my love for Cannon High to Margaret Hix and Laura Beam, and to my sister, Ida, the ability to graduate in four years. I, Nadine Clement, do hereby will and bequeath to the entire "gang" my "machine-gun" laugh and my ability to play cupid for them. I, Beverly Cobb, do hereby will and bequeath my ability to have Miss Perryman four years to my two younger brothers, George and Phillip. I, Franklin Combs, do hereby will and bequeath my Liar's License to Keith Lemly, knowing he has the ability to lie at any time. I, Geraldine C-Ierryb Combs, in sound body and soul do hereby will and bequeath my good times at Cannon High to my sister, Patty, a rising senior. To all the underclassmen, I leave the courage to finish school, knowing they'll need it badly. I, Bette june Compton, do hereby will and bequeath my ability to finish school in four years to the "Gang," and to Mildred and Patty Barlow, I leave all my good times at Cannon High, hoping they have as much fun as I did. To Bette Rae, I just leave. I, Buck Cooke, do hereby will and bequeath to Donald Ritchie my seat in English IV CI hope he can make itj, and to the rising seniors, a happy year in A.L. Brown High. I, Sylvia Dabbs, do hereby will and bequeath my monitor post to Max Chandler. To Jimmie Henderson and Gloria Gilliam, I leave all my good times in Mr. Ellis' chemistry class. I, Hazel Dancy, do hereby will and bequeath my seat in seventh period study hall to Bill Henderson, and to Mattie jean Phillips and Gary Brotherton, all my good times. I, Daphne Daniels, do hereby will and bequeath my nickname "Dopy" to Peggy Deese and Peggy Clement, knowing that they can fulfill it much better than I. To my sister, Barbara, and all the gang, I leave my love for football -Cplayersj and my good time at K.H.S. Page Fifty-nine '1 Congratulations, Class of 'SZI B I LL DOVE Motor Company Dooom:-PLYMouTH oonce pos-RATED TRUCKS Corner of Chestnut and West "C" Sts KANNAPOLIS, N. C. TOIUEL CITY THEHTRES, Inc. Operators of GEM-SWANEE DIXIE-PALACE KANNAPOLIS, NORTH CAROLINA CONGRXXTULATIONS, CLASS OF '52 mu: soun-IERN Hosrluiirv Q Q is oun RULE FOR counresv h II guilt - 1' Q I .- , . i , . A l "iq - I ie I i i i - l - i 5 II- uv' ll KANNAPOLIS, N. C. Maytag -- Hotpoint - Leonard Duo-Therm - Bendix - Kresky Quaker - C.E. - Cold Seal BILL MIILL'S REGDRD SHUP KANNAPOLIS, NORTH CAROLINA 204 Oak St. Phone 270 I S11 .?. LAST WILL AND TESTAMENST I, Gladys Davis, do hereby will and bequeath my desk and paints in the art lab to Nancy Powell, hoping she will use them more than I did. I, ,lean Kay Dayvault, do hereby will and bequeath my monitor post to anyone who is physically fit to fill the job. To Phil Tesh, I will my ability to stay out of trouble on band trips, knowing he has not yet acquired this skill. I, Gary Deal, being sound of mind and body, do hereby will and bequeath to Howard jones my ability to finish high school in four years, knowing he will probably need twice as many. I, Thelma Deal, do hereby will and bequeath my good times and my ability not to have detention hall to my cousin, Joan Sloop, a rising junior. I, Joyce Dendy, do hereby will and bequeath my ability to pass shorthand to Helen Little, and to Vonne Gwaltney and Mary Lee Russell, I will my good times at Cannon High. I, Ina Ruth Dennis, do hereby will and bequeath all my kleenex to Lucille Munday, so that she may use them in art, and to Margaret Hix, I just leave. I, Janice Earle Dennis, do hereby will and bequeath to Shirley Watts my monitor post, knowing how much she wants itp and to Hugh Freeze, I leave my ability to study, knowing how much he likes it! I, Troy Doby, being of sound mindC?D and body, do hereby will and bequeath my center position to Bill, The "Whooper," Strawn, and to my sister, Pat, my good times at K.H.S. I, Iris jean Dudley, do hereby will and bequeath my desire for my senior year to have been in A. L. Brown High School to my sister, a rising junior, knowing that she had better get there, and my geometry book-I just leave! I, Theresa Dwyer, do hereby will and bequeath my love for turned-upfollars, white shoes and Arizona blue jeans, to Billie Childers, a rising freshman. To Carol Ferguson and Sandra Gordon, I leave the new high school. I, Ruth Eanes, being of sound mind and body, do hereby will and bequeath my love for French and Mrs. Roberts to anyone fortunate enough to have it. I, janet Edwards, do hereby will and bequeath my ability to drive a car to school everyday to my sister, Phyllis, hoping she won't have to drive it off the side- walk everyday before she can go home. I, Ruby Edwards, being of sound mind and body, do hereby will and bequeath all my "good ole days" at Cannon High to the little Edwards, Clara and Bar- bara, attending Aycock Elementary School. I, Charles Efird, do hereby will and bequeath my beloved nickname to anyone as unfortunate as I was to get it. I also leave number "77" to any lucky person and my many good times at Cannon High to Mikie Koonts and Sidney Solomon. I, Theresa Ensley, do hereby will my love for Mrs. Martin to Phil Riggs Upright. To "Dot" Wiles, I will my love to skate in Charlotte, knowing she has an interest there also. I, Shirley Ervin, do hereby will and bequeath my ability to graduate in four years to my brother, Ronald, who is a rising freshman, and I hope he loves school as much as I did. I, Creston CBrainD Erwin, do hereby will and be- queath to Donald Mason, my ability to make A's without working too hard, and to Carol CChubbyj Fer- guson, I take back the "Chubby" and just leave. I, Joyce Falls, being of sound mindC?D do hereby will and bequeath my chair at Lewis' to Norma Rainy and all my fun and good times at K.H.S. to the Little llDYs.,, I, Betty Fleming, do hereby will and bequeath all my good times through high school and my ability to stay out of detention hall to my brother, Darrell, a rising freshman. He certainly will need it. I, Eleanor Foil, do hereby will and bequeath my position as library assistant to my sisters, Gerry, a rising senior, and Patsy, a rising sophomore. To Gene, I leave my fourth period lunch, which I had for three years straight. I, Peggy Freeze, do hereby will and bequeath my nickname "Fat" to anyone who has earned it, besides Linny Baker, and my love for good times to Shirley Watts and Joyce Nunn. I, Floyd Fritz, of sound mind and body, do hereby will and bequeath my seat in English IV and my ability to pass to Billy Lisk, a rising senior. Page Sixty-one QUERY-GOODMAN COMPANY "We Fit The Hard To Fit Feet" SHOES AND HOSIERY FOR THE ENTIRE FAMILY Phone I08 S. Main St., Kannapolis HOLBROOICS RADIO SERVICE "Soles and Repair For Those Who Core" PHILCO - MOTOROLA RADIO AND TELEVISION "Service ls Our Wotchwordu III5 North Main St. V Phone II27 J0e's Sandwich Shop A Tasty Treat When You Eat at Joe's We Specialize In HOT DOGS Cr HAMBURGERS I08 Brantley Road Phone 484-L J. V. Dwiggins, Jewelers We Specialize In FINE WATCH REPAIRING We Appreciate Your Patrortoqe Phone 979-J IO6 Brantley Road Fine Mirrors A Specialty THE GLASS SHOP NEW AND ANTIQUE Glrrs Jackson Pork Kannapolis, N. C. Phone 427-R Jackson Park Barber Shop Hlt pays to look well" C' JELUELER5 II3 S. Main St. Convenient Terms Phone SI4 Page Sixty-two LAST WILL AND TESTAMENT I, Doris Gibson, do hereby will and bequeath all my good times in the eleventh grade with "Dot," Betty, Joyce, Margaret, and Clatie at activity period to any gang that loves to have good times. I, Caleb D. Glass, hereby will and bequeath my monitor post in front of 205 to Barbara Keever, my position on the football team to Jerry Daye, my good times to Pat Russell. I, Doris Goble, do hereby will and bequeath to my sister, Patsy, my brains in hopes that she will makd better use of them than I did. I, Eleanor Gulledge, being of supposedly sound mind and body, hereby bequeath all my good times here at Cannon High and my seat in detention hall for being tardy to June Medlin, hoping she will enjoy school as much as I did. I, John Hardister, being about as sound in mind as in body, do hereby will and bequeath my good times in high school and my ability to graduate in four years to my brother, James, who will finish in 1969. I, Norma Hardy, do hereby will and bequeath my position on the basketball team to "Bets" Overcash. I, Maxine Hartsell, being of sound mind and body, do hereby will and bequeath all my good times to Margaret Hix, a rising senior. I, Hunter Hay, leave my red pants, small mouthC?D, and green polka-dotted shirt to Jerry Myers. I, Betty A. Helms, do hereby will and bequeath to Ray Richardson, one bottle of chocolate milk from the Chicken Box, hoping that he catches it, and to Jim Carter, my ability to skate on two's, knowing he can use it. I, Lorene Helms, do hereby will and bequeath my ability to graduate to my brother, Keith Helms. To Norma Brumbeloe and Joan Smith, I leave all the good times at high school. Best of luck to the under- classmen! I, Morris Helms, being of sound body and weak mind, do hereby will and bequeath my seat in Mrs. Alexan- der's home room to Steve Falls, hoping he "enjoys" it as much as I did. I, Don Hogue, being of sound mindC?j and body, do hereby will and bequeath to Howard Crainshaw my ability to acquire cramps watching Mr. McCam write out detention slips. I I, Blondie Holbrook, being of sounclC?D mind, do will and bequeath my love for dear old Cannon High and my ability to get to be a senior to my girl friends, Gail Gilliam and Patricia Ann Whitley. I, Geraldine Holshouser, do hereby will and bequeath my position as Assistant Ma , to anyone who has nerves of steel, can answer 2 questions, be cross- eyed during basketball games, and write, all at one time, and still maintain their sanity. I, Betty Honeycutt, do hereby will and bequeath my love far Cannon High to Shirley Johnson, and Myrtle Gulledge and my "Romantic Dreams" to Shirley Wright. 'I I, zEvelyn Honeycutt, do hereby will and bequeath my go0d'Iimes in high school to Mildred and Patty Barlow and the "Lucky Seven." To Frankie Black, I leave one good, but slightly used, "Fiddle" and bow. I, Janice Sue Honeycutt, being of sound mind and body, do hereby will and bequeath my ability to finish school to my nephews, Johnny Greene Riggs, III, who will graduate with the class of '66, and Ronnie Wayne Riggs, who will graduate with the class of '68. I, Vivian Honeycutt, do hereby will and bequeath my ability to have a class with eighteen senior boys, three girls and Mr. Van Poole to my sister, Joyce. To Phyllis Edwards, I leave my ability to have pajama parties at my house. I, Kyle Hooks, do hereby will and bequeath my ability to finish high school in four years to Ralph Harper, a rising freshman. I will my love for typing to any student who likes it as much as I do. I, Gloria Jane Howard, leave to Barbara Brooks, my seat in Miss Gray's English class, and to Tommy Seabolt, all my cute girl friends. I, Jimmy F. Howell, being in-just being, do hereby will and bequeath my monitor post to my sister, Betty Rose, and to Camilla Waller, I leave all my love. I, Peggy Hudson, do hereby will and bequeath to Janice Jarrett, the hope of having more luck with boys next year than this year. I also will my good times in Cannon High to Joyce Wyatt, a rising sophomore. I, Harold Hudspeth, do hereby will and bequeath Page Sixty-three Comgrotulotuons to the Class of '52 A Congratulations Kannapolis Well Drilling Class of '52 Contractors -K Well Pumps and Supplies Wells Drilled ZW" to 24" EQ I-ffl! Ditching I2 to 18" width to 42" O wwf"f"' Depth KANNAPOLIS, N. c. Royal Oaks Phone 130-L CONGRATULATIONS To The Graduates of '52 SM JEWEL SHQPPE ,ze 100 SOUTH MAIN STREET KANNAPOLIS, NORTH CAROLINA KANNAPOLIS, NORTH CAROLINA Your Headquarters for Finer Gifts I gc Sixty-four LAST WILL AND TESTAMENT my faithfulness to the team to my brother, Gerald, win or lose. I, Kenneth Huffman, do hereby will and bequeath to Joe Leonard, my ability to get along with all my teachers. To my sister, Genelia Huffman, I leave all my good times in high school. I, June Jarrett, do hereby will and bequeath my good times at Cannon High to my sister, Janice, a rising junior Cif she lives through LatinD, and my position on the Editorial Staff of the CANNON REPORT. I, Charles Ketner, do hereby will and bequeath my ability to graduate to my brother, Dewey, and sister, Eloiseg my monitor post to Jimmy Dishman, and my good times in old Cannon High to Artie'tKlutz. I, Swann King, being of sound mindC?D Cit's a known fact that I have the bodyj, do hereby will and bequeath my ability to finish high school in Afour years to Reginald Ballard, knowing he will need it. To Coach Gudger, I leave "Oscar," the schoolnskeletonw . 4 I, Joe Lambert, do hereby will and bequeath my position on the basketball team to some lucky person, and all my good times to Marvin Taylor. I, Gene Lankford, having pity for the teachers, just leave! I, Valerie Lawing, do hereby will, and bequeath all my good times at K.H.S. to my sister, Delsie Mae, and hope she will be lucky enough to have Mrs. Martin two years as I have had. I, Earl CBaxterD Lentz, do hereby will and bequeath, with benevolence in my heart, all my good times in school, on the basketball team, on the baseball team, and in mixed chorus to Ronald Blackburn. I, Nancy Lentz, leave to Phyllis Canup and Anne Carter a ride to town at lunch time to anyone who is brave enough to take them. To my brother, George Ray, I leave my ability to graduate in four years with the class of '62, I, Allen Lewis Leonard, being of no mind and part of a body, do hereby will and bequeath all my good times and the ability to flirt witH' the girls at K.H.S. to Jackie Spry, who can uphold these better than anyone I know. I, Marvin Leonard, do hereby will and bequeath my ability to graduate in four years to my brother Eddie and all my good times, to Don Argo. -r I, Ralph Lewis, do hereby will and bequeath my ability to pass all subjects and to graduate in four years to Earl Dean Lewis and Charles Ray Smith. I, Vivian Lowder, do hereby will and bequeath my ability to graduate to my brother, Robert, a rising sophomore, and to Mattie Jean Phillips, I leave all my good times at K.H.S. To Anna Pennell, I leave my seat in seventh period study hall. I, Shirley Maness, do hereby will and bequeath all my happy days in high school to my sister, Jo Ann. For my teachers, I leave! I, Loretta Marshall, do hereby will and bequeath my seat in English IV to Janice Brinkley, who is so eagerly awaiting it, and to Barbara Keever and Georgann Alexander, I will all my good times at Cannon High. I, Barbara Martin, do hereby will and bequeath my love for my teachers, who have been very nice to me, to my sister, Mary, a rising freshman. To all the under- classmen, I leave my respects to the best of schools, Cannon High. I, Martha Matthews, do hereby will and bequeath my ability to graduate at "16" to Phyllis Bentley and my "longing to grow" to June Gurley. My monitor post I will to Faye Lipe, hoping she's good at knocking people off fire escapes. I, Nancye Matthews, leave to Phyllis Finger a horse named "Silver" since she will be the "Lone Ranger" of the Six of Clubs. I, Hilda Mauldin, will my position as majorette, for four freezing years, to anyone with Eskimo blood: my burps and "hilts," I leave to the band sponsors and majorettes and my ability to make the junior class play to Sidney and Janice Solomon. I, Peggy McDowell, do hereby will and bequeath my ability to carry my big feet from room 309 to the D.O. building in four minutes to any poor soul who was born with big feet, and my big mouth to my bashful brother, Henry, a rising senior. I, Clatie McLean, do hereby will and bequeath my ability to graduate from high school without having detention hall to my brother, a rising freshman. Page Sixty-five Surratt and Gillespie ESSO SERVICENTER N. Cannon Blvd. 6' Ridge Ave Hardiman's, Inc. FINE FURNITURE FRIGIDAIRE MAYTAG APPLIANCES Phone 1337-L Phone 906 HANEY B HULBHUUH ' RAY R. ROBERTS GENERAL INSURANCE "Things to Wear For Mom S. Main Sf. Who Corey It will poy you ATO poy me To poy your losses Kannapohs' N' C' I02 Professional Bldg. Phone I84 ECONOMY FINANCE COMPANY, INC. Cannon Boulevard P. O. Box 826 KAN NAPOLIS, NORTH CAROLINA 1908 1952 F. L. SMITH DRUG COMPANY "The Rexoll Store" WE APPRECIATE YOUR PATRONAGE Phones 9-39-49 One of North CaroIino's Best Drug Stores Page Sixty-six LAST WILL AND TESTAMENT I, Charles McWhorter, do hereby will and bequeath my seat in Bible II to Steve Falls-I hope he enjoys it. I, Phyllis Metcalf, do hereby will and bequeath my good times in school to Terry, my brother, and my crazy laugh and sense of humor, I just leave. I, Doris Middleton, do hereby will and bequeath anything that I don't take with me to Patsy Powell, a rising senior. I, Lewis Morrow, being of soundC?D body and weak mind, do hereby will my seat in Governor Boone's Senate to any lucky "elected" Senator. I, Arnold CSonnyD Moss, being of sane mindC?D and sound body, do hereby will and bequeath my good times at K.H.S. to Steve Mitchell and jerry Cavin, and my ability to finish high school in four years to my cousin, jerry Connelly. I,-Phyllis Moss, being of feeble mind and a weak body, do hereby will and bequeath my ability to get through four years of English with the hardest teachers to Shirley Chandler. I hope you make it, Shirley. I, Bobby Mullis, do hereby will and bequeath my golden luck of not having detention hall for my very happily spent four years inside these walls, to my cousin, Parks Mullis. To all the students I will my ability to have Mrs. Martin as my teacher for at least one year. I, Marie Mullis, being of sound mind and shiftless body, do hereby will and bequeath my good times at Cannon High to Shirley Walker, as well as my ability to finish high school in three years. I, Janice Munday, do 'hereby will and bequeath my seat down front in chapel to Clifford Lovin, sore neck included. To Joyce Crider, I leave my non-paying job of giving out the library cards in study hall. My shorthand book I gladly leave to anyone who thinks that he can make words out of little crooked marks. I, Mary Lou Owings, do hereby will and bequeath all of my good times at K.H.S. to the rest of the "gang" that are still in school, and to june Miller, I will my ability to finish school in three years. I, Hazel O'Kelley, do hereby will and bequeath my ability to graduate from high school in three years to jackie Wyke, a rising freshman, and my good times at Cannon,High to Helen Little and Mary Lee Russell. I, Mason Parks, will and bequeath to my brother, "Mick," all my good times in Cannon High. I, Ethel Patton, do hereby will and bequeath my ability to finish school to my little girl, joan Marie, who should finish in 1966. I, Troy Payne, do hereby will and bequeath my ability to pass on Cs and D's to Richard Christy. I, Glain Pennell, being of sound mind and body, do hereby will and bequeath my parking place under the tree to joe Crowell and Nelson Hollar. I, Joyce Peterson, do hereby will and bequeath my ability to graduate in four years to my cousins, and my chewing gum to Earl Steelman. I, Margaret Peterson, do hereby will and bequeath my ability to finish school to Douglas Pittman, who should graduate in 1968. To Phyllis Upright, I leave my seat in Mr. Boone's first period govemment class. I, Ray Petrea, being of sound mind, do hereby will and bequeath all my good times at Cannon High to Vivian Pope, Claudette Ward, and Gladys Goforth. I also will my ability to get along with Mrs. Alexander to all those taking plane geometry next year. I, Betty Ann Phillips, do hereby will and bequeath to my sister Patsy, my seati 'I assembly, and to Shelby Dupree, my good times ipf I non High. I, Harlen Phillips, do hereby will and bequeath to the rising senior class, my good times and my happily spent five years inside these walls. I, Shirley Phillips, do hereby will and bequeath to my sister, Dolores, a rising freshman, all my good times, and to my dear cousin, Carol, I leave my ability to drive a car to school, knowing she'll never get her "Dad's" out of the garage. I, Betty Sue Presson, do hereby will and bequeath my ability to read shorthand to Carolyn and Evelyn, knowing how hard they try. The rest, I just leave. I, julia Ann Price, do hereby will and bequeath my ability to get through high school without detention hall to my brother, Luther, and my good times to Donice, Lutecia, and Shirley. I, Ollena Price, being of sound mind and body, do hereby will and bequeath all my good times and teachers of K.H.S. to Haward Plyer, a rising junior. To Barbara Weaver, Norman Brumbeloe, and Shirley Perkings, I leave my ability to get along with the cop in front of school. Page Sixty-seven MILL'S FLORIST North Main St. FLOWERS FOR ALL OCCASIONS Phone 229-H99 Kannapolis Furniture Co. 824 North Main St. "Money Talks When You Come To Our Store" The Flower Shop Mrs Marvzn Avant and Mrs Edith Calloway Co-PrOprlclorS Flowers For Every Occasion flowers by Ware 'Member of T D S Day Phone 740 Niglil Phones 792-Y 0 l23'X uulull Sim M004 ' is J 1 X WILL' FOKUS im. Iackson Park Rd. Kannapolis, N. C. 123 SOUHI Main Sf. HOFFMANS TAYLOR,S HATCHERY CONFECTIONERY FEED-SEED-FERTILIZER N. Main Street KANNAPOLIS, N. C. Poultry Supplies-Baby Chicks l0l8 S. Main St. Phone 23 KANNAPOLIS, N. C. -L C. 8: M. GROCERY Member of Independent Co-operative Stores KANNAPOLIS BAKERY Bakers of Golden Crust Bread and Tasty Cakes Phone 810 Jackson Pork Rd. Phone 805--I024 KANNAPOLIS, N. C. Cannon Blvd. Kannapolis, N. C. Huds0n's Super Market SERVICE OIL CO- Self-Service Phone 912-L Wholesale G Retail N. Ridge Ave. GAS, KEROSENE AND OILS Whefe NIOU Gel' The BEST FOI' LESS N. Cannon Blvd. Phone MEATS-PRODUCE-GROCERIES KANNAPOLIS, N. C. Page Sixty-eight LAIS-T WILL AND TESTAMENT I, Don Puntch, being of sound mind Csometimesj, will and bequeath my position as cheerleader to Keith Lemly and jerry Ridenhour, my good times at Cannon High to everyone, and my ability to burst tires to jimmy Reavis. I, Bobby Quay, do hereby will and bequeaa my ability to graduate in four years, to Pete Athanaelos and my good times to my cousin, Elmo Hoffman. I, Bobby Rogers, being of sound mind and body do hereby will and bequeath all my good times in Cannon High to Wayne Steele. My ability to get along with the teachers, I leave to Gene Thompson. I, Charles Jerry Russell, do hereby will and bequeath my position, third from the end, on the football players bench to any poor sucker who will take it. I, Violet jean Raye, being of sound mindC?j do hereby will and bequeath the dignityfl lost in Mr. Van Poole's algebra class to my two sisters, hoping they regain it. To anyone entering K.H.S., I leave my good times. I, Phyllis Smith Rhyne, will my monitor post to Bruce Nussman with the hopes he doesn't bruise as easily as I. I, Mildred Rollings, do hereby will and bequeath my ability to "work" in the evenings to my sister, "Dot," and to Barbara Smith, I will my ability to stay single until I finish because she will need it. I, Millie Rosenberg, do hereby will and bequeath my ability to "blow bubbles" in Miss Gray's class and live to tell it to "S. M." Finger, and to "Kohler" Dowless, the definition he has long searched for. I, Irene Roberts, do hereby will and bequeath my ability to tell "little white lies" and be true to all my "cousins," and still flirt with every service man I see, to anybody who is crazy enough to try either. I, John Rufty, being in my right mind, do hereby will and bequeath my monitor post to Katie Ruth Durham, my good times to jerry Daye, and my ability to get along with other people to my sister. I, Richard Reynolds, being of sound mind and body, do hereby will and bequeath my seat in Governor Boone's Senate to any duly elected Senator. To Kevin johnson, I will all my good times in Cannon High. I, Margaret Randolph, do hereby will and bequeath my ability to all of the freshmen to sit over as much chewing gum as I have without being stuck. I, Carleen Rogers, do hereby will and bequeath my love for hamburgers to "Louie" Richardson, Sherrill Thomas, and "Marge" Torrence. To "Doie" Eames I leave my good times, and to "Rat" Seamon, my ability to graduate. I, Hilda Ruff, being of sound body and sane mind CPD do hereby will and bequeath my stupidity to my sister, Irene. To all underclassmen, my love for dear "Ole Cannon High." I, Ruth Roseman, do hereby will and bequeath all of my ex-boy friends to my sister, joan, since she seems to be having trouble getting one, to Iris Ward Harris, Pearl Earnhardt, and Myrtle Culledge, I will anything from Cannon High that they might be crazy enough to want. I, Helen Rushing, being of sound body and I hope sound mind, do hereby will and bequeath my southern accent and love for the South to Martha Poston. To Sandra jones and Sylvia Cheek, I will the good times I had my last two and only years at Cannon High. I, Elecia Roberts, do hereby will and bequeath my seat in business correspondence to Norma Uuniej Yates, knowing she will welcome the very thought of getting out of English. I, Pat Safrit, being of whole body and remainders of a mind, do hereby will and bequeath my ability to win friends and influence morons to Patsy Caudle. I, Kay Savage, do hereby will and bequeath my hilarious times at Cannon High to my sister, Nancy, a rising sophomore. I, Jane Shelton, do hereby will and bequeath my ability to make up new meanings to old words Csuch as "Kooter"D to Sidney Solomon, and to Phyllis Finger, I give the responsibility of keeping the "plus one" of the "Six of Clubs" alive in Brown High. I, Bonnie Shepherd, do hereby will and bequeath all my good times with "Tennie," Louise, and the gang to joan Whittington Hudson and Kay Turner. I, Marianne Sherrill, do hereby will and bequeath my position in Quill and Scroll to Jimmy Reavis. To Charles "Sonny" Holman, I leave my good times at Cannon High, and to Frankie Black I leave the ability to struggle through two more years of school. Page Sixty-nine MOONEY'S FOOT LONG HOT DOGS Sandwiches of All Kinds Q g MILK SHAKES Open 8 AM. to I2 P.M. wc. Bmnmshm Near Catawba College Near Boyden High 105 West First Sheer SALISBURY, N. C. KANNAPOLIS, N. C. McNEELY'S GARAGE AUTOMOTIVE REPAIR MOTOR TUNING 504 Bethpage Rd. Phone 741-W Table Supply Store A Complete Food Market PAY CASH AND SAVE Near Ball Park MAIN THEATRE "The House of Comfort" Plenty of Parking Space Harry's Esso Service III9 S. Main Street Phone 86-J Cannon Blvd. Phone I045 Jackson Park Grocery H AYWOOD - RICHMCND GROCERIES-MEATS-PRODUCE Hardware Serve Yourself or Be Served Louise Ave. Jackson Park KANNAPOLIS CONCORD Phone 545 Phone 42 Phone 2224 CABARRUS MGTOR Towel City Furniture HOME OF Automotive Parts QUALITY FURNITURE 204 Oak Street Kannapolis Jackson Pafk Phone 540 Page Seventy LAST WILL AND TESTAMENT I, Buddie Shinn, do hereby will and bequeath my ability to graduate in four years to Ralph Faulkenbury and to Richard Grifhn, I leave my "love" for K.H.S. I, Valoree Shinn, being sounder in spirit than in mind, do hereby will and bequeath my position as manager of the girls' basketball team to any girl who can listen, write, talk, laugh, and chew gum at the same time. I, Juanita Simpson, do hereby will and bequeath my seat in chapel to Joyce Ingleg my good times at K.H.S. to Jerry White and Joan Campbell. To my sister, Evelyn, I will my ability to graduate. I, Doris Sloop, do hereby will and bequeath my position on the basketball team to "Bets" Overcash. To Nancy Payne and Dale Aderhold, I leave my ability to get through high school without going to the detention hall. I, Everette Sloop, do hereby will and bequeath all my good times in school and my home room, Mrs. Alexander's, to my brother, Don, and to Fred Hay, I hope they can make it through school as I did. I, Franklin Sloop, do hereby will and bequeath my ability to go four years in high school without the detention hall to my brothers, Guy and Tommy, and I leave my senior seat to Bobby Coe. I, Thelma Sloop, do hereby will and bequeath my problems in English and chemistry to my brothers, hop- ing they can solve them better than I. I, Comas Smith, being with no mind and a broken down body, do hereby will and bequeath all my good times in Cannon High and my love to Shelvia Jean Hubbard. I, Phyllis Smith Cbeing out of my mindj, do hereby will and bequeath my ability to learn to drive to Lily Pat McManus, knowing she is going to be a "Hot Rod." To Sue Huskey, I will my seat in the cafeteria, and to Jo Ann Black, I leave my good times. I, Edna Stancil, do hereby will and bequeath my dear "ole" Latin seat and my ability to pass the subject to any student who takes Latin. I, Mattie Lou Stancil, do hereby will and bequeath my dislike for chemistry to Mr. Ellis and my love for Mrs. Alexander to Evelyn Earnhardt. I, Buise Steen, being of sound mind and body, do hereby will and bequeath my blond hair to anyone crazy enough to have it. I leave all my good times with the girls to anyone lucky enough to get them. I, Kenneth Stokes, being of sound body and weak mind, leave all my good times at K.H.S. and my ability to graduate to Mac Dula, a rising junior. I, Lorraine Strawn, do hereby will and bequeath my ability to graduate to Evelyn Simpson and Joyce Ingle, knowing that they will need it. To my cousin, Bill, I leave my good times at Cannon High. I, Ralph Strube, do hereby will my ability to finish high school to anybody. I, Carol Jean Suther, do hereby will and bequeath to Shelia Sasser the joy of being a senior, and I benev- olently leave her all the bills, hoping she has a bigger bank account than I. I, Willie Faye Sutton, do hereby will and bequeath all my good times at Cannon High School to Dot Steen, knowing that if possible she will have them. I, Betty Talbert, hereby will and bequeath my good times at Cannon High School to Barbara Cook and to all the underclassmen I just leave. I, Geraldine Tarlton, do hereby will and bequeath my favorite teacher, Miss Harrell, to my sister, Joyce, and all good times at K.H.S. to Jacqueline Davis, Linda Davis, and Doris Jean Rogers. I, Evelyn Taylor, do hereby will and bequeath all my good times to my little brother, Alton, who is a rising junior. I, Robert Taylor, do hereby will and bequeath my ability not to study and still pass, although it took fourteen years to graduate to anyone crazy enough to try it. I, Carolyn Teal, do hereby will and bequeath my luck to graduate to my brother, Bobbyg to Barbara Cook, I leave the ABC chewing gum in study hall and to Kenneth Price I just leave-hoping he doesn't have as tough a time. I I, Joan Thomas, do hereby will and bequeath to Evelyn Earnhart my ability of going through high school without getting detention hall, and to Lillie Coone, the first seat in Mrs. Alexander's home room. I, Joe Thomas, do hereby will and bequeath my ability to graduate to Charles Steen, and to Phil Tesh, I leave my good times on band trips, and for the faculty, I'll just leave. Page Seventy-one J ACKSON'S WESTERN BEEF-QUALITY Gnocsmss 511 N. Cannon Blvd. Phone 1026 Congratulations, Class of '52 Phone 765-R Tar Heel Oil Company Your Friendly Independent Dealer Cannon Blvd. BOULEVARD ESSO SERVICE STATION Cannon Blvd. Phone 0554 CONGRATULATIONS, SENIORSI Dellinger Auto Sales AUTO REPAIRS-AUTO PARTS Phone 955-W Cannon Blvd THE "44" SHOP FINE MEN'S FURNISHINGS . .lackson Park Kannapolis BROWN -DEXTER CO. Dexter Washers-Pipe-Well Supplies Berkeley Jet Well Pumps-Fittings Sampson Paints--Frogil Oil Heaters jackson Park Phone 543 GRANT MOTOR CO. Buick Sales and Service 1012 South Main Street P. O. Box 8 Phone 1206 The SMART SHOP Exclusive But Not Expensive Concord Kannapolis Phone 4270 Phone 281 Midway Shoe Hospital Pafronizing us is like making love to a widow U Can't Overdo it DIXIE CLEANERS Phone 495 Jackson Park Page Seventy-two ...,,,,,, 1 LAST WILL AND TESTAMENT' t I, Harold Thompson, do hereby will and bequeath my position in the horse-shoe to Jerry Daye and all my detention time to Don Argo. I, Phyllis Thompson, do hereby will and bequeath to joe Glass and Sonny Shelf my place in Quill and Scroll. To Joyce Nunn, I leave my love of "drums," hoping that she can get out of third period to listen to them as much as I did. I, jerry Tilley, do hereby will and bequeath my good ole back seat in Miss Gray's English class to Fred Har- rington and Harold Plyler. To Ann Fesperman, I leave the good times that we had in seventh period study hall. I, John Troutman, do hereby will and bequeath my good times at Cannon High to Martha Troutman and my position as football manager to jerry Daye. I, Paul Tuggle, being as sound in mind as in body, do hereby will and bequeath my luck to graduate to james Hill knowing that he needs it. To Gordon Campbell, who is a rising freshman, I leave all my senior privilegesfij. I, Donald Upright, do hereby will and bequeath my ability to finish high school in four years to anyone who wishes to try it and my desire to finish school, to my sister, a rising sophomore. I, Lewis Vernon, do hereby will and bequeath my ability to drive to Jimmy Strickland. I, Nancy Viola, do hereby will and bequeath to my brother, George, a rising junior, my childish ideas, hoping to take my dignity with me. I leave my love to Miss Ward and Mrs. Martin. I, Virginia Waggoner, do hereby will and bequeath all my good times at Cannon High to Dot Rollins and Dale Aderholdt. To Nancy Payne, I leave my ability to finish school before getting married. I, Bobby Walker, having no mind and very little body, do hereby will and bequeath my everything, which is nothing, to anyone, who is a nobody, to do with as they think proper since there is really nothing there to do with. I, Wallace Charles Watkins, do hereby will and bequeath all my fun on the band trips to my brother, Dickie Watkins, and my ability to make the junior class play to my friend, joe Dowless. I, Jo Ann Watson, do hereby will and bequeath my love for Cannon High to Doris Steen, and to my . 4 brother, Bobby, who will graduate f th the class of that he will need it '58, I leave my ability to gradua- gil- 'gif s, ,knovsiing " ' ff' 1 ' '. I, leroline Watts, do hereby JZ ii i bequeath to Phyllis Finger my moodyimoods and all of my good times at Cannon High. " E I, Brice Alton Wellman, do hereby leave my ability to finish school and not quit to Gail Hines. I also leave my ability to Don irgo to make good in football, and to Paul Fisher, my ability to have as much fun with the girls as have. I, Martha White, do will and bequeath my ability to graduate in four years to my brother, Harry, who will graduate in the year of 1961 and all of my good times to 'Carol Price, a rising junior. I, Pasty White, do hereby will and bequeath my ability to finish high school in four years without missing a day to Glenda Stack, a rising sophomore. To Shirley Miller, also a rising sophomore, I leave my freckles. I, Phyllis Ray Whitley, do hereby will and bequeath to "Farmer Gail Gilliam" my ability to leave the boys alone who go "Steady." To "Patsy" Whitley I leave my love for Concord and boys named "Ted," hoping that she will have as much fun as I had. if I, Eva Mae Williams, do hereby will and bequeath my ability to get to school in five minutes to Phyllis Hayes and June Medlin, seeing they are late often. I, Benjamin Franklin Wright, do Rreby leave my best wishes to the Senior Class of 1953, hoping they will prosper in the future. I, Marthelaine Williams, being of sound mind and sounder body, do hereby will my nicknames, "Priss," "Wad," and "Chunkey," to everyone who has labeled me thusly, knowing how they will suffer, and my majorette position to Pat Coffey, class of '61, hoping she can survive the chill bumps and hilarious band trips. I, Geraldine Woodell, do hereby will and bequeath to my cousin, jo Ann Daniels, a rising freshman, my good times, and to "Phyl" Canup my imaginary car, knowing how well she hates to walk. I, Buzzy Yarborough, do hereby will and bequeath my position on the football squad to Jerry Day, and to Bill "Chimp" Strawn and joe "Huff" Hill, those unholy haircuts. Page Seventy-three WE BUY AND SELL USED CARS RUYAL UAKS MOTORS Phone 597-J Cannon Blvd.-Next To Economy Finance H!-XNNAPULIS DRUG EU. Original Cut-Rate Drug Store NEVER UNDERSOLD Phones 97-98 Cabarrus Ice 84 Fuel Co. Day Phone 0765 Night Phone 955-X C. L. MOTOR COMPANY 1203 S. Main Midway Cardell L. Carter A COMPLETE FUEL SERVICE NEW AND USED CARS Phones 158-189 Kannapolis Raya' Oaks Kannapohs N. C. C. M. CASTOR AvoLlTE PAINTS, VARNISH L. G. Balfour Company Manufacturing Jewelers and Stationers and HARDWARE "Known Wherever There Are Schools and Colleges" Represented By: W. Albert Bealle Ph0I16 52-L Royal Oaks P. O. Box 97 lohnson City, Tenn. f Directl From Factory RED PIG BAR-B-Q TO YOU 24 HOUR SERVICE F A C T O R Y lO29 S. Main Midway OUTLET STORE Phone so e To V Onv Your Furniture 5 O 70 HENRY HUGHES, INC. KANNAPOLIS, N. C. Your New DE SOTO-PLYMOUTH DEALER 917 South Main St. Forrncrly Koller Motor Co "SQ MUCH Mon: , ., ron so mucr-4 Liss" l'ugu Severity-foxar GHBLE'S, Inc. WHERE YOU ALWAYS GET THE BEST West First St. Phone 616 Mullinax Insurance Agency, Inc. PROPERTY INSURANCE WITH DIVIDENDS 103 West Ave. Phones 755-1015 KANNAPOLIS, N. C. Mum Sales and Service C. C. Wagner Motor Co. Cannon Blvd. Phone 195 CHILDRESS BROS. HOME FURNISHING COMPANY Furniture-Electrical Appliances Floor Covering Telephone 702 CONGRATULATIONS, SEN IORS! SECHLER'S GULF SERVICE Centerview Phone 833 THE LINOLEUM SHOP "Look at Your Floors -Others Do" Phone 1076 Jackson Park Phone 356-R CONGRATULATIONS, SENIORSI Lee Kluttz Piano Co. Most Standard Makes, Styles and Finishes New and Rebuilt PIANOS WHOLESALE-RETAIL Independent Goal Company COAL-WOOD-KEROSENE AND FUEL OIL 1504 S. Main St. Phone 599 W. H. Triece, Owner C- I-ee Klum Cenferview KANNAPOLIS, N. C. Cen. Mgr. Kannapolis, N. C. Chisholm's Grocery Co. SUNSHINE I d F G Stape an ancy roceries CLEA ER N S Fresh Meats fr Vegetables Centervlew 708 East "D" Street Centerview Phone 701 Kannapolis, N. C. Page Seventy-five CONGRATULATIONS CLASS OF 1952 It Has Been A Pleasure To Do The Photography For Your 1952 Senior Edition of The CANNON REPORT mf 7,t0d6?4!p 'K Phone 902 'II9 Main Street KANNAPOLIS, N. C. IQS y ir ARTISTS ANII CRAFTSMIEII WURK TIIEETIIER IN CREATING IMPRESSIIIE A LASTIIIE REIIURIIS UF YUUR YEARS IN SEIIIIIIL- IAIO A1714 I OGFTIIFR. . . working together is the theme of the OBSERVER PRINTING HOUSE publications department. U.Ie cannot do our best work without your assistance-you cannot expect to get the best results from your efforts without willing assistance and cooperation from your printer. I 4 'FQ ' 1 M' A - H Sup, rw - .1F"Vg1. li" , Li-W5 ' V ' - V93 V .- V ..V, ff V VWV F I I 1. V I, ' II, I I I I 1 I I , If , Algcxf NJQW ' I ' ' -6, . 4,4- , IV f .1 I, .II I.I,l, ,It , ' .., fi, IIC,-:I 4-I f . J I III . I I- III - o . - - 1 ,I 1' . ya , '15 I I . I I' VV 1 f' 41'-5" J' V"'Jr- ' "WV L' f L 9 t ' , If! r , . - f. E Vs . - v ' I ,K gI A If . 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