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

 - Class of 1959

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A L Brown High School - Albrokan Yearbook (Kannapolis, NC) online yearbook collection, 1959 Edition, Page 58
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Arie " A f " Fx v' 'li je- 1' ff .1 1 '7 ox DRAMA .l r ' 55 ff U2 ,A J, 'LW' av Rin Non . dpi ll fr I, -" 1 Jf I 7 , ..- f 1 I L JA dimly lit auditorium- Holls, echoing gay laughter, Cheerleaders, leading yells ata football game, The musty, yet familiar atmosphere of a classroomg The stage is set for the directing . JJ The individual is the primary goal- To establish his personality and character, .Y U To guide his choice ofa role in life, " f . 'Co instill in him wholesome attitudes and , P values , ' " I L The direction shines through the actors ' fn, lighter, students, to a carefree life ' i. 0 Homecoming, plays, and Junior-Seniors, Hi' Washington, athletics, and club meetings, l v ,L n I But also homework, tests, and exams ,JA The scenes are set for the acting K ta ii I Q! I 4, , With "will tgxdo, courage to dare, ' , We enact t e dai y routine ' I I 1, The friends we make, the ring we wear, J ft yi' Complete our acting team. -f ra Yet the actions within themselves are O' ,' g 9, lacking . . . l 7 ' ' The purpose is the effect that lingers W, ff, 4 As the lost curtain-coll fades- '1' l With diploma in hand, and forewells breathed, , if We whisper "good-bye" to Brown, the setting, .J-f' "good-bye" to teachers, the directors, . I "good-bye" to activities, the scenes, , 9 ' y "good-bye" to classmates, our fellow- , ' T ct . .M I 1 I Al ,Q a ors And yet we know we cannot completely part- Af- The memories, training, and experience ,,. 1 Have prepared us so ' That we cannot forget ff 9 Z- ' This, our sENioR DRAMA I .rr , J M I 1 1 Lv ' Y J li! l A , ' 5' J Rf' s lr 17' 196 Ni' 'ig -if XS. , sv' r DHascots Kim Starnes and Barry Harkey f 'ff CLASS H1sToRY Looking back now, we remember many things about this high school we are leaving. Some things have grown dim in our minds, and time has faded many of their colors, but still the memories persist. As we make this last trip through the familiar doors of Brown High, we turn and look, for the last time, at the long corridors, Our hearts are heavy now, and they swell with memories of things we did here. We stand here for a long time, realizing that this is final. Never again can we stand in the hallowed corridors of our Alma Mater, being a port of them, The days we spent here are gone. They seem to have flashed by with a great swiftness that we hardly noticed. But these days are still ours, for each of them will live countless times in our memories. As we reflect, we remember the time uncertainty, we, as sophomores, entered corridors for the first time, and times when upper class- to help us we needed, itself anew when the these long men in their dignity occasionally stooped when their encouragement and inspiration When that first year is recalled, things are brought the realiza- to mind: the difficult tasks accomplished, tion of responsibility's meaning, and duty well executed. Leading us through this first uncertain year were sound leaders of exceptional ability. Under the excellent su- pervision of Mrs. Query, our class advisor, we began the task of selecting our leaders for our sophomore year. Having shown leadership ability in years previous, Don Cagle was elected president of the class. He served well with Ronnie Glosson under him as vice-president, Beverly Maulden and Ronnie Hampton were elected to the posi- tions of secretary and treasurer, respectively. Selected to be our class representatives ir. the Council, Shelia Argo and Eddie Tyson worked for the betterment of the school through Student Government. With these staunch citizens as our leaders, we began our work as a body, The Class of i959 thus became an organiza- tion in the true sense of the word, a large family united with a common purpose and common ideals. For the work that would be done during the year, we adopted the sale of jelly as a project to provide funds for class activities. Many students made the year one of achievement, ln recognition of outstanding achievement in the fields of scholarship, character, leadership, and service, four members of our class were honored by being tapped into the National Honor Society. They were Shelia Argo, Rita Noel, Beverly Maulden, and Eddie Tyson. The service organization for boys, the Key Club, accepted for membership Eddie Tyson, Don Cagle, Ronnie Hamp- ton, and Bill and Phil Clement. With the year drawing to a close, Eddie Tyson and Beverly Maulden were elected by the student body to the offices of Secretory and Treasurer, respectively of 4 9 1

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