Albemarle High School - Crossroads Yearbook (Albemarle, NC)

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' PALMER 4 SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS TED WALLACE ........................................... ...................................................,.. - .... ,,,,,,,,,.,,,,-,,,-, P 1- esident LAFAYETTE BLACKWELL .......... ,,.,,,.,,, V ice President LUCILLE PALMER ................... ,,-,--,. 5 ecretary POLLY MARTIN ----------- ----------. T reasurer ROSE LAWS Sponsor FLOWER Amerzcan Beauty Rose CQLORS Blue and W ,me Moirfroz Clzmb, though the rocks be rugged." MASCOTS ELLEN PALMER KEITH SYKES Q x 'uf .K 0 an JK Mr' E Q 4 PM 53 A 52:4 m,.i,, if--."'-A' 'Y' ' - ' ' ' ' ' ' QX,:pf..M,,B..v-if-1 jj , ,.,.-,,,,,,,..-Q.,X-, Av' ' ' V 3,1 ' ,Q , f 'Jr 'Q 'N 'Uv v Q, P, -X w I 1 -Q its 3 , A 'vww I . 4' W. A , 5 vm ,W -.9 X, . , 'J A., 15" my .V M -, X. Q ',b.W,,., -JA a:"m.M.M-V x , ,W , I , A7 ..3 ,- Y V A W K, K 1 f,.,.-Wm. ,,,N..4.L4, U.L,a24.,S.-...x X M 5 L., ,A-Qs za-emi ' ,l MN ,, 'J 5 L Q 5 Z Y: ,Wx Sr .N w Q M J tw hm ails: ' Fllbriqhln Mm 'EMP C wer Bi ogimp miter 0533522 FNNSC Row! 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Ca,u1earE ne, .yo Pace , Ufollace whifels whdleg L 'VIEW - V3-v f f 4 - fix e...-1 We 5 W ,, ef A1-if '1li?ff" 'iii' sh we ff it Q 1, 1 4- Q ...M Y, ,, Q 2 , : ve, , -. by .AG T ,gf ,A .--e -f o w.. mt -V, s. -A . v e fs' .., ,si it vi, 2 TWELFTH GRADE GRADUATES NANCY ACUEF LENA CHANDLER "In books and deeds was owned wzth- "A good dzsposztzon is more as Out filspugei Th? 071972 lille ,the valuable than gold." rg rea ms o eafrnzng a so u e. , 1 M 5-74111111012 Representative, '38: Commencement Q Transferred from Knoxville High School, Cialis al. '38 : Dramatlc Club, '37-'41: Boosters' li., 32" Knoxville, Tennessee. u ' f10'f113 Secreta-1'Y and Treasurer Home- fr N room, 36- 39: Journalistic Club, '39, Library ?Fi, .. Science Club, '38-'39. if? l, yen- 431 g 2 15 ,Q U5 FRED ALBRIGHT gi' , "Not too sefrzous, not too gay, ,jg But afrare good fellow when MARGARET DEESE Q, zt comes to play." ,js 1 1 , r. H wi 1 'S .S .1 Y If President Nature Club, 'seg Hi-Y Club, '38, Pfuth Calls fm' Plef1SWj2,S, ff? 52' Varsity Club, '39-'41: Football, 'as-'41. e0fSu"'e Calls f0'r love. Mixed Chorus, '39-'41g F ll M ,, ' '40-'41 I Boosters' Club, 1395403 .ig:'lan?ggfg?g E Club. '39-'40g Growing Pains, '39, ,rf , ,ig Q JOHN AUTEN 1 ft' ff aBUD,, ? is .ip Q,-P 2 ff - f - ef' .AQ Sometzmes I set an thznlf, and EDNA EFIRD l sometzmes I just set. 1 ,ki F u ' . J E b lyereity Club, 'se-'41gFeelbe11, '40: Basket- Tmm and neat' Welty and Sweet-" f e 9 , ' 8-' 1. , 3. A 3, 3,3 a 3 4 Mseed, Chorus Club, ,39-.40: Girls. Glee , Club, 36- 37: Tre'asurer,Homeroom, '36g Sem-e. tgggglomeroom. 37- 38- 40-'413 Boosters' Club, JOSEPHINE BEAVER 'A 3. ' v - ?-'vi' 5' I uJ.0n gf, 3 Lei A -l gl, "Of study took she most Ca,-6 and heed" WILLIE FRANCES EFIRD . . u ang T Student Council, '39-'40: President Home- Small de gndabl A , room, '38-'39: National Honor Society, '39-'41: A likeable Zfyreature' pwreffree' gag' if Boosters' Club, '38-'41: Vice:President, '40-'41: 3 in every way- if Q '91 Cheerleader, '40-'41: Tennis Team, '9-'40: 'ri' lea Dramatics Club, '38-'40: Who's Who, '40: Com- President Glee Club, '36-'37: Physical Cul- 12' Egg mencement Marshal, '37-'39, ture Club, '36: Council Representative, '37-'38 - -5' gf. , Mixed Chorus, '39-'41 g Commencement Marshal' ' 5 '39: National Honor Society, '39-'41, ' JOSEPH LAFAYETTE BLACKWELL ' 2 fi ULAFFYU . CLEGC 5 "He's always a yolly, good pal." MILTON FURR Q , T f' 5 at , If President Homeroom, '36-'40: Who's Who, A good Schfolafr, and U, 'ripe O7I,6.', ', A 2 so 1 Yeas, Club' 1537-2:15 Stowe G .1 , fO kb A as e a , ' 7-'39: ase a . ' -' 5 ecre ary ra ua e o H' h l' student ceuneil, 'sag Viee-President Giee Club, Boys' Home Pile. ?5?1b,l51,0-icihP0g,-'ui9'a00n '37 5 Vice-President Senior Class, '41. Staff, '41, ' 1 DoR1s CAMP if NDOTH BILL GANTT gf "A tender heart, a will inflexible." "Our 'ideals are our bettefr selves." QS 1 W Mixed Chorus, '40-'41: Full Moon Staff, '41: H'-Y, ,39-.41 , . , , . ef 1 Girls' Athletic Association, '393 Boosters' Club, Boossers' Club, '4,0-',grF Cggigg 'gg-vii: . Q A, '39-'4Og Girls' Chorus, '41. "June Madfv Cast' .40.' ' 4' 1 if : :XM ' 5 ' zirifofg 225' tl' F:f',p"n3r'frii3.1N'M if 'f:',4:f"'1'. "o"l'17,'e.fCW'2AVN: Ze: -Nee its . ,sff,g1we..,e4'i,sa53a .,,., 'rii'5:,,gQ,,fii4Qv- I -aiueeai , ML, . 'A .xo K- ,:- ' 1-,,. A A , 1 ' e , it Y- is--i.:f-,-ff -' TWELFTH GRADE GRADUATES BAILEY GULLEDGE "A good mind possesses a kingdom." Football, '38-'40: Basketball, '39-'41: Ten'nis, '39-'40: Varsity Club, '39-'41: Band, '38- 40: Who's Who, '40: Hi-Y, '36-'38: Glee Club, '39: President Junior Class, '39: President Home- room, '36-'38g Dramatic Club, '37-'38. MARGARET SUE LATON ll 77 SUZIE Q "Yes, I can sew," she said, "and cook a bit! I'm a Home Ec. girl, and proud of it!" Home Ec. Club, '37-'40: Dramatics Club, '37-'38: Girls' Chorus, '39-'40: Home Ec. Con- vention Delegate, '38. BETTY VAN LEFLER "A good heart is better than all the heads in the world." Home Ec. Club, '87-'38: PhYSi08l Culture Club, '38-'39: Commercial Club, '39-'41. DEWARD LEFLER "Of honest worth, truly one on whom we can depend." Cheerleader, '39-'40: Head Cheerleader, '40- '41g President Boosters' Club, '40- 41.1 TT99-S' urer Boosters' Club, '39-'40: Dramatxcs Club, '38-'39: Industrial Arts Club, '36-'3'7- 38: Boys Glee Club, '36-'41: Who's Who, '40Z National Honor Society, '39-'40: President National Honor Society, '40-'41: President Homerqom. '39-'40: Commencement Marshal, '37-'38i M1X0d Chorus, '39-'41. RAY LEFLER llBUD!I "Unless someone chokes him first, he'll talk himself to death." President Hi-Y, '40-'41:.Glee Club, 'QS-'37: Mixed Chorus, '39: Dramatxcs Club, 36- 37. RALPH LIPE, JR. USPEEDYU "Quiet in appearancanwith motives unknown. Industrial Arts Club. '37-'38Z Typing Club. '38-'39: Crafts Club, '39-'40: Mixed Chorus, '40-'41: Band, '40-'41- 'fl f sri its urine 'arf ,, A tar' 'W ,l I 5, N, , ,-J ,,,M,H,,. . , ,,,.,,, ..,,..,,...... 24 .......,.-M.. . . ....,...,..R..s If ,-..e.W-.W 1, My---,ee m 1e.- ,rw--U - Q - POLLY MARTIN "She's a laughing, peppy dame, Never, never quite the same." Treasurer of Student Body, '40-'41: Treas- urer of Senior Class, '40-'41: National Honor Society, '39-'41: President Dramatics Club, '40- '41: Who's Who, '40: Boosters' Club, '39-'41: Cheerleader, '40-'41g Al-Hi-Script Staff, '39: Cast of "Growing Pains",'39: Cast of "Strange Road", '40: Cast of "June Mad", '40: Cast of "Choir Rehearsal", '41. MARGARET MoosE "To act with common sense, according to the moment, is the best wisdom.I know." Glee Club, '36-'37: Boosters' Club, '40-'41: Commercial Club, '38-'39: Crafts Club, '38-'39. WILLIAM WHITFIELD MoRRoW IKBILLH "God bless the man who first Invented sleep." Band, '38-'40: Hi-Y, '37: Booster ' Club, '38-'40: Midget Football, '38-'39: Industrial Arts Club. '36: Athletic Club, '38: Dramatics Club, '37-'38. DOROTHY PARKER HDOTU "A daughter of the gods, divinely tall and most divinely fair." Dramatics Club, '36-'41: Commencement., Marshal, '40: Basketball, '37-'41: Boosters' Club, '36-'41: Athletic Council, '38-'41' Full glgqggstaf, '40-'41: Girls' Athletic Association, LAURA FRANCES PECK "True to herself, True to her friend, True to her duty always." Dramatics Club, '36-'41: Secretary Dra- matics Cl b ' -' - ' ' u , 40 41 , Library Science Club, '37-138: Chief Marshal, '40: Honor Society, 39- 41: Boosters' Club, '40-'41: Business Man- ager Full Moon, '40-'41: Al-High-Script Staff, 39- 40: Business Manager, Crossroads, '41: Who's Who, '40, . , 1 - ,,,,,...,M...s. ', A-:less-A 5: 5 Aeq, I ,,,.,,-e-fe m.1..,,....e.4' ee,-ef 1... X-:ie-,ee V --A -:,,A.e s..T ---- -sf -.ev ...... Asn- --e N A ,ef 1 ,X ,-A ,T Jrlj, ,A A ,Q , W- w,',:f MW- s ,.,,f sig.: Q yl 5 I-5. ,ll cw, , ll., , f ,,. 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Dramatics Club, '36-'39: Glee Club, '36-'37 Q Industrial Arts Club, '37-'38: Photography Club, '39g Mixed Chorus, '40-'41g Boys' Chorus, '40-'41: Vocational Student, '40-'41, DOROTPIY CREASON RHINEHARDI MDOT!! "The girl who wins is the girl who works." Dramatics Club, '37-'38: Journalistic Club, '37-'38: Mixed Chorus, '39-'41: Girls Chorus, '39-'40. MARTHA RUSSELL "MOT" "A merry heart maketh a cheerful countenance." Home Ee. Club, '37-'38s French Club, '38- 39: Commercial Club, '39-'402 B00St91'S Club- '39-'40, LOUISE SHOE "She is a winsome, wee thing." Mixed Chorus Club. '40-'41 :.Fllll M0011 Stjlff' '40-'41: Boosters' Club. '41I G1rlS'.Chorus, 40- '41: Journalistic Club, '371 V1ce'Pres"?ent Homeroom, '40: Physical Culture Club, 393 Girls' Athletic Club. '39. LLOYD J. SKIDMORE, JR. HJUNERH "The eye is the mirror of the soul." Basketball, 'seg Football. '38-'40: Stuqent Council, '39-'41: President Homeroom. 365 38 . Vice-President H0m6T00Il:1n '371 Y1C9'P1'eS1de72t Dramatics Club, '3'7: Vice-President Athletic Club, '3Sg Full Moon Staif, '40-'41: Who s Who, '40: Glee Club. '393 Cf0SS1'0ads Staff. 41- MARY ANN SKIDMORE "The gentle mind by gentle deeds is known." H E . Cl b, '37-'38: Physical Culture Club,o?gS-'39cg Mixed Chorus Club, '39-'41, GRADUATES HILDA SMITH "All this I do because I dare." . Glee Club. '37-'39: Girls' Chorus, '41: Phy- sical Culture Club, '38-'39g Council Representa- tive, '37-'38 3 Vice-President Homeroom, '37-'38 5 Secretary Homeroom, '36-'37. LILLIAN MARIE TALBER1' KKRUNT!! "In quietness and confidence shall be your strength." HOIUG EC- Club. '38-'39: Girls' Chorus, '39- '40: Home Ec. Convention Delegate. '38. BEN THOMAS "He did nothing in particular and did it well." Glee Club. '37-'39: Secretary Glee Club, '38-'39g Vice-President Craft Club, '39-'40: Secretary Mixed Chorus, '40-'41, JAMES LoUIS WALLACE CITED!! "The combined qualities of a man and a good athlete." President Student Body, '40-'41: President Senior Class, '40-'41g Honor Society, '40-'41g Sports Editor, Full Moon, '40-'41: Football, '36-'40: All-State Team, '39: All-South Pied- mont Conference, '38: Co-Captain Football Team, '40: Baseball, '37-'38: Commencement Marshal, '37-'39: President Mixed Chorus, '39: President Homeroom, '36-'38: Vice-President Glee Club, '37 3 Vice-President Varsity Club, '39: Treasurer Varsity Club, '40: Who's Who, '39: Treasurer Hi-Y, '39-'40: Secretary Home- room, '39-'40: Boosters Club, '40-'41: Athletic Club, '36-'37: Rotary Guest, '41, HoRAcE WHITLEY "Anything worth having is worth working for." Science Club, '36: Treasurer Biology Club, '37 : Chorus Club, '39: Photography Club, '38: Boosters' Club, '40: Baseball, '38: President Homeroom, '39-'40: Treasurer Homeroom, '37: Band, '37-'41g Student Manager Band, '40-'41, eg- it as M sesre A f 53.01116 Q li xl. 5-?"'i3f'M""5.V WWNHW 'NV W7 ' f T, ' A XwaK..fS:1 ""' ' f-MTU . ,f-A. l , Ka , J' H Jwe. 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THE CLASS OF '41 Commencement marks the parting of our ways, 0ur wid'ning paths wind out from Al Hi's halls, But in each heart go mem'ries of the days Spent here within our Alma Mater's walls. Now fades the thought of irksome lessons done, And each a joyous sense of freedom feels, So looking back, we see our race well run, Before, the future, bright with hope, appeals. Here "knowledge to our eyes her ample page Rich with the spoils of time" did e'er unfold, Ambition bids us now our pow'rs engage To use the lessons learned and naught withhold. Full many a task lies just ahead to do, And may each task the very best be done, And ever with the faithful and the true Be found this grand old Class of Forty-One. MARGARET NISBET. W M it 45 3 Q' AJ' is l f E 52? 1 .LN i wifi J , W lt' it sf 'E 'S IN A V-4... 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Midget Footbeal Team: President 'Home- room, '38: Band, '39-'41: Stanly County 4-H Health King, '40. MARY JANE AUTEN 'NSISTERH "The glass of fashion and the mold of form" Boosters' Club, '38-'41: Dramatics Club, '38-'39: Commencement Marshal, '40: "Cross- roads" Staff, '41. MILDRED MARIE AUSTIN NTID BIT" "Who deserves well needs not another's praises" Glee Club, '36-'37: Home Ec. Club, '37-'38: Girls' Athletics Association, '38-'41. MARILYN THERESA BARGER NSKIPPYH "I should worry" Transferred from Oakboro High School, Oakboro, North Carolina: Dance Club, '40-'41, FRANCES RAMELLE BURLESON HBUTCHU "To play the game for all that's in it, To play the game and play to win it." Basketball, '37-'41: Girls' Athletic Associa- tion, '37-'41: Physical Culture Club, '37-'40: President Homeroom, '38: President Nature Club, '38: Council Representative, '38. MAXINE CASHATT ULIACD "Some think the world is made' for fun and frolic, and so do I" Dramatic Club, '37-'39: Boosters' Club, '39- '41: Dance Club, '40-'41. A ,.,, , , 1 A .f.. V A f, A A me-A my . V, . , - x-. we - ...4.,.., ,M--......,... y ,..,...j M.. A -.,..,..f U ,- mix KQF' ... ix... gina , .a.....AAh....d!s.As...,,..isl:.. RUTH Cox KlC0BY!! "Do you not know I am a woman? When I think, I must speak!" Glee Club, '39-'41: Mixed Chorus, '39-'41: Health Club, '37 -'39, PATTY MCCAIN CROWELL "PATTY JOHN" "A rare compound of oddity, frolzc and fun." Dramatics Club, '37-'39: Boosters' Club, '37- '40: Mixed Chorus, '39-'41: President Home- room, '39: Full Moon Staff, '40-'41, MARY Ross CURLEE "She is rather quiet and unassuming, an asset to ou-r campus." Science Club '37 '38 Recreation , - : Club, '37- '88: Home Economics Club, '38-'39: Boosters' Club, '38-'39. N ELL EEIRD DENNING KKNEDI7 "Never trouble trouble till trouble troubles you." Boosters' Club, '37-'41: Girls' Athletic Asso- ciation, '37-'39: Treasurer Dramatic Club, '38- '39g Arts and Crafts Club, '39-'40g Dance Club. '40-'41: Vice-President Homeroom, '38-'39. EILEEN DRY "Opportunity, sooner or later, comes to all who work and wish." Boosters' Club, '37-'40: Dramatics Club '37-'38: Home Ec. Club, '39-'40: Physical Cul: ture Club, '38-'39: Typing Club, '39-'40, GEORGE HAMPTON EFIRD KKPUNK!! "A handsome face is nature's best gift." Athletic Club '38 '41 . - g Football, '38-'413 Basketball, '38-'40 3 Glee Club, '39, MARY EMILY EFIRD HSKIMPH "Work while you work, but play often." , Boosters' Club, '37-'40: Dramatics Club, '37- 40, President Dance Club, '40-'41, Yi if ---.mge 1: - 31- - rr'-r -L ' ,V Aw, sz:- Le U ,wr -. sh, E of gg 5 . 223213 ,,- .f A iv Cliffs si 1333 ffl L""'i" 113: 185 'X HY :ii it 1 -I Q ' 'p li I li 'pg 3' if 1 'Q P is i xniu 3 'Y 'iii V gli s:- if, sg? 542 -.-Q 44 N- 5 5:57 ig 5 ri H3511 if 4 47 i ,Q m lb? 2' --1 . . ffgi ' Z 4 . JS A QS' 4 .1- 1 , si H -x,.-liilfngh ., .-FF sf Qwwi -we-A wfweaws' erwsfffg wfifl if 1," I as ,qzffh . ,'2"2:s5.':4S e ,lifes emwfztsare-azxewtaftts22a.k.5il3a1e'm?iwb'L,sk3ss.w:s4e2e?:v.le-stv1iai.c3iEaw2m1+.-322 f ff2+.st,... ss4Aa.,:Q'i13'3'rf .xi r A ' 1 ELEVENTH GRADE GRADUATES i 4 fi. 'C' u its gy: A .15 F , Qc-.. A I 'T "vc M., I I "' ' ,ls : '5- i 5 .v. My , ...ri +-Q-"pg"1"F 'Fifi' ,, , ef i 'sfhfswar asf" -V , ,,, ,4,... -- ',...., .- -A vw '- ' 4 M J . f' -. Y, "4-1' ' - - ' 'alfa- , . , rr Y I I is 7 :U e . 1, - .i vi ' K .N if 5 x K ' In 1 IQ L if if if gm, bil al I ll iii fa ig 'Q i ki N ELL JACK FESPERMAN "Her cheerful smile matches her heart." Boosters' Club, '37-'39: Vice-President Phy- sical Culture Club, '38-'39: Vice-President Home Ec. Club, '39-'40g Vice-President Home- room, '41. LEE GILLIAM "To make the world a friendly pllwe, One must show a friendly face." Basketball, '37-'41: Girls' Athletic Associa- tion. '37-'41: Physical Culture Club. '38-'39. REBECCA GRIFFIN "BECKY" "Born with a gift of laughter." Dramatics Club, '37-'39: Girls' Athletic AS- sociation, '37-'39: Glee Club, '38-'39: Presldent French Club, '38-'39: Boosters' Club. 739- 40. ELIZABETH HAIRE "What should a girl be but merry?" Physical Culture Club, '37-'39: Dramatics Club, '3-7-'38. BETTY HATLEY "Manner, not gold, is a woman's best characteristic." National Honor Society, '40-'41: President Nature Club, '38-'39: Homeroom Representa- tive, '40-'41: President Homeroom, '40-'41. I-IUBERT HATLEY "His 'very quietness calls attention to his merits." National Honor Society, '40-'41: Science Club, '37-'38: Nature Club, '38-'39. LAURA ELLEN HEARNE "It does not pay to worryg the world looks better from behind a smile." Library Science Club, '37-'38: Boosters' Club, '37-'413 Full Moon Staff, '37-'41: Jour- nalism Club, '38-'39: Home Ec. Club, '39-'40: Treasurer Photography Club, '39-'40: Creative Writing Club, '39-'40: Asst. Business Mgr. Al-High-Script, '39-'40: Mixed Chorus, '39-'40: Dramatics Club, '40-'41: Council Representa- tive, '40-'41: Who's Who, '40: Editor, Full Moon, '40-'41: Editor, Crossroads, '41. ANN HENNINC, It is good to be merry and wise." H Boosters' .Club. '37-'41g Dramatics Club, '38-'39: Presldent Homeroom, '3'7: National Honor Society. '40-'41g Mixed Chorus, '40-'41: Treasurer Homeroom, '40-'41g Tennis Team, '39-'40: Talent Club, '37-'38, JUANITA HERRIN HNITAH "Never worryg live in today's sunshine." Science Club, '37-'38: Physical Culture, '38- '39g4llJramatics Club, '38-'40: Typing Club. '40-' . RUTH HILL "My heart is whole, my hand is free, Run along, little worries, don't bother me!" Girls' Athletic Association, '37-'39: Physical Culture Club, '37-'39: Dramatics Club, '37-'39: Girls' Glee Club, '39-'40: Secretary French Club, '39-'40: Treasurer Homeroom, '40-'41. G-RADY HINSON "I believe in work for others, but not for myself." Talent Club. '37-'38: Boys' Glee Club, '37, '38: Arts and Crafts Club, '39-'40: Boys' Home Ec. Club, '39-'40. Lois EVELYN HITCHCOCK "Few things are impossible to diligence and study." Science Club, '37-'38: Nature Club, '37-'38, CLYDE JOSEY, JR. "I yam what I yarn, and thal5's all I yam." N9-ture Club. '38-'39: Photography Club '39-'4o: Mixed Cho , '40-'41g Hay 1 A '41 I Midget Footba1lllS'40. I C ub' 39 RUTH KING "Pure-heafrted, whole-hearted, loyal and true." Boosters' Club. '37-'41: Dramatics Club '38 lihotoxrraphy Club. 'seg Girls' Athletic Asiocia tion, '38. . ..,w--1-- L 4 --YA -vi , :-, Y.., - 4 I' -, -.f " ---e- ---, 'qs ,,,..,,,, :4 as-A-was -Q-11:61 mm, , '...,,.,,,,,,,,, tw... ' .-NEMLA 4 . W , : W: I -ff: :N J: Jia: fl: 'I'-4, :gag if f .sms.,.-.,f-,ExpfmiFr,,,-1-sfjzpaf 1:1539sts,fZ7"1,'5,lli-V"'NiQ55'4-5gf9Y"'f'-1?ff"?.'Q'gQ5f''n3f7Ql"'3Q5vV'FV"H1L1'2' R, 'l' 1 "'.'- ,fa uf"s "s, , , , ,M Cm... ,...,...,,.,M. ,J -,., ...W .. W 4 P -3 g me-:,. 1- x.- fs ' ' . ,.,.a,,,...-iz-.':I ..-,I 7 . . . ' I ,tx Ltr ,Q f,q,s.4.I ,5s,,L.Av.:stwr-sag: :map ELEVENTH GRADE GRADUATES RUBYE LEELER 161 ' d .So quiet and emure, So patient to endure." Dramatics Club, '37-'39: Boosters' Club. '38-'39: Secretary and Treasurer Homeroom. '37-'38: Library Science Club, '38-'41I 'Typing Club, '39-'41. MARY LOUISE LISK "Red hair and a pleasant smile would help anyone through the world." Physical Culture Club, '37-'39: Boosters' Club. '39-'40. BILL LoNG "The mile of my life is to make business a pleasure, and this pleasure my business." Science Club, '37-'38: Council Representa- tive, '38-'39: President Dramatics Club, '38-'Sill Baseball, '39-'41: Basketball, '40-'41Z Athletic Club, '39-'40, ARTIE CRAVEN LOWDER "Live for todayg tomorrow never comes." Boosters' Club, '38-'39. EILEEN ELIZABETH LOWDER "For she is just the quiet kind whose nature never varies." '39 Iiajture Club, '38-'39: Commercial Club. HALLIE LOWDER "Best kind of a sport and a pal true-blue." Basketball, '38-'41g Girls' Athletic Associa- tion, '37-'41: Physical Culture Club, '37-'41? Boosters' Club, '38-'41, RAMELLE LOWDER "We build the ladder by which we rise Basketball 37 41 Girls Athletic Assocxa tion 37 41 Glrls Glee Club 37 39 Vice- Presldent Homeroom 37 PhYSlC8l Culture Club 37 39 ROBERT LOWDER UBOB!! "And hears thy stormy music in the drums." Treasurer of Band, '40-'41: Boosters' Club, '39-'40: Mixed Chorus, '40-'41, SYBIL YVONNE LOWDER "Above her fan she'd make sweet eyes at Caliban." Arts and Crafts Club, '37-'39: Boosters' Club, '37-'39: Dramatics Club, '37-'39g Home EC. Club, '39-'40. VIRGIE GERALDINE LUTHER HGERRYH "Her quietness does not make her less important." Recreation Club, '38-'39: Talent Club, '37g Girls' Athletic Association, '39: Mixed Chorus, '41 LOIS MELTON "Make life happy todayg it may be miserable tomorrow." Dramatics Club, '37: Typing Club, '40-'41. EVALYN KATHRINE MERRITT "A real sport, always unselfish and kind." Girls' Athletic Association, '38-'41: Presi dent Girls' Athletic Association, '40-'41: vice: President Girls' Athletic Association, '39-'40 Boosters' Club, '38-'41g Glee Club, '39-'40g Rec reation Club, '38-'3-9: Talent Club, '37-'38 Physical Culture Club, '37-'38: Commencemeng Marshal, '38-'39. BEAUPINE MILLER KCBEAU!! Transferred from Rustburg High School, Rustburg, Virginia. Typing Club, '40-'41. RACHEL MILLS A light heart lives long Physical Culture Club 37 39 Boosters Club 38 39 ll T9 53 ,f f, f ,,- fs, fri? 2 1 'fs irq I 5 Ziff? UQ . 1 QQ? l if A an 2133 X4 iii, 3' 'ff i' 2 x 'Y : 5. . . , , I N 7 'K I ' E .. P 1: 1 ,r V A. I A P. sz, :'. ' 'S 'I . ,V . .N ,, 3 .bb ,Q a fem' . 'll .- - lg Lim f 11-l V, . . la , TJ. .l, lk M, aff W fl fl :rl J il J' cih :I 4 'l l sf 1: 'ii 'Ur .K inf 'A ,V P 4 R 1. I' 1 ll lui :ff gt I nj W l s-if I x E l us I ! l !""" ug! 'WY 54 I if 133 5 N, ie 1 A, ,Q nhiff'-f -A 9 ea. '1-N, R4 5 525 IQ' as J I -as 2 is Q i-13? I is 'ri N, 5,34 5 is .Wig i 1 I 2 ii V it 1 5 ' gg in ix J is W-1: l 7 f , 1. '32 3 J I lf i V l ag , Rl: '21 A 11 4 4 P 1 17 1, Q, I Q, ,- 4 , l s 22 6 V W... - A sm.-. , ,-,, 1 , A 'tg Y 5:-ji-,+5,:fe.w. 4 L li , 1 ' qv,-N'-A-g,sI':1 Um:- ,1',, ",I' ff 5 5 mf,,,,,:,W J ., W . ,U . , .W ,. . , . ,,,l.1Z.:2 , , l-iliffjg ELEVEN TH GRADE GRADUATES HELEN Nl0ORE "What a sweet life A quiet life ayj'ords." President Physical Culture Club, '38-939: Secretary Physical Culture Club, '37-'38: Li- brary Science Club, '38-'39: President Home Ec. Club, '39-'40. MARGARET MOORE "Self're'verence, self-knowledge, self-control." President Dramatics Club, '38-'39 : President ggrnfgoom, '38-'40: Council Representative. MAZEL ETHRILION MORRIS "The way to have a friend is to be one." Talent Club, '37-'38g Physical Culture Club. '37-339: Glee Club, '38-'39: Boosters' Club. '39- '40: Mixed Chorus, '40-'41, RAMELLE MORRIS "H ang sorrow, care will kill a cat, Therefore, let's be merry!" Physical Culture Club, '37-'38: Talent Club, '37-'38: Nature Club, '38-'39: Girls' Athletic Association, '38-'39g Secretary and Treasurer Home Ec. Club, '39-'40: Full Moon Staff, '39- '40: Feature Editor, Full Moon, '40-'41. JOHN W. MORROW "Manners so kind, yet stately." Sound Club, '38-'41g Hi-Y, '40-'41: Science Club, '37-'39: Model Airplane Club, '39-'40: Nature Club, '38-'39. ROBERT LEE MORROW, JR. . UKNOCKERU "The light that lies in woman's ,eyes has been my heart's 'andoing.' Dramatics Club, '35-'36-'40-'41S .F00tball. '38-'40: Athletic Club, '38-'39: Varsity Club. '39-'40: Who's Who, '40: Full Moon Staff, '40- '41 .... Vice-President Homeroom, '38-'39. ALFRED SAMUEL MORTON IIRATQI "Wit and wisdom 0:76 born with a man! President Homeroom, '3'7-'40: Biwketball. '39-'40: National Honor Society, '40-'41,3 JQIIT- nalistic Club, '37-'38: Dramatics Club, i?7- 403 Boys' Chorus, '39-'40: Nature Club, '37- 39. CHRISTINE MORTON "A tender heart, a will inflexible." Council Representative, '37-'38: Physical Culture Club, '37-'38g Boosters' Club, '39-'40: Mixed Chorus, '40-'41. CLINTON MORTON "A willing worker: need more be said?" Nature Club, '37-'39: Arts and Crafts Club, '38-'40. ESTELLE MORTON "Let gentleness my strong enforcement be." Physical Culture Club, '37-'39: Dramatics Club, '38-'39: Recreation Club, '39-'40: Typing Club, '40-'41, HAZEL MORTON "Thy fame lies in thy disposition." Boosters' Club. '37-'39: Girls' Athletic Asso- ciation, '37-'38: Girls' Glee Club, '38-'39: Mixed Chorus, '39-'40. ELBERT MULLINIX "As proper a man as one shall see in a summer's day." Glee Club, '38-'39: Sound Club, '38-'41: Athletic Club, '38-'39: Football, '40-'41: Midget Football, '39: Band, '39-'41: Hi-Y, '39-'41: Dra- matics Club, '38-'39: Photography Club, '38: Chorus, '40-'41. HELEN MARGARET NAPIER "Fair and gentle, good and true, Ever sincere and dependable, too." Physical Culture Club, '37-'38g Home Ee, Club, '39-'40, MARGARET SCOTT NISBET HMAGEEH "H er ready wit, her cheerful smile, Make her welcome all the while." Glee Club, '38-'39 : President Homeroom, '38- '39j Mixed Chorus, '39-'41: Council Represen- tatlve, '40-'41: Secretary and Treasurer Arts and Craft Club, '39-'40: Honor Society, '40-'41: Who's Who. '41: Crossroads Staff, '41g Full Moon Staff, '39-'40, - if .ef , Lf. f... ,,:, ,f l Q? 1 A Z .3 ps ,W :-. 'rn f I, ,Jah . . , . , ii-: - I ', Q .IJ l Aa' . ,R- ,, f' '. Y F4 " f fi "fn I 74 . as v . 'c 9 ai gf? 3 1, ' I -.4 ,el lg PZ' I 5 ,N aff if 9 14 Nu, . - ,A , Ir? 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Boosters' Club, '37-'39: Library Science Club, '37-'38: Special Talent Club, '37-'38I Journalistic Club, '38-'39: Full Moon Staff, '38- '40: Al-High-Script Staff, '39-'40.: Home Ec. Club, '39-'40: Creative Writing Club, '39-'40: Photography Club, '39-'40: Band, '40-'41: Council Representative, '37: Typing Club, '40-'41. LUCILLE PALMER ULOUH "I giggle, giggle as I go." Boosters' Club, '37-'41: Dramatics Club, '37- '39: Social Club, '39-'40: Honor Society Club, '39-'41g Dance Club, '40-'41: Secretary Senior Class, '40-'41, CATHERINE RAMELLE PICKLER "A merry heart, a merry smile, Happy is she all the while." Journalistic Club, '37: President Homeroom, Boosters' Club, '39: Physical Culture Club. STACY QUINN "SHoRTY" "I say the earth did shake when I was born." 38 Jgurnalism Club, '37-'38: Dramatics Club. l -3 9. LA VERNE RITCHIE "He is conspicuous by his absence." Science Club, '37-'38: Industrial Arts Club, '37-'38I Boys' Chorus, '38-'39: Athletic Club, '38-'39: F00tball, '39-'40: Crafts Club, '39-'40- ' BESSIE LEE RUDISILL CCBESS!! "A good sport every day." Science Club, '37: Home Ec. Club. '38-'40! Recreation Club, '38 3 Nature Club, '383 Current Problems Club, '39-'40. HELEN E. RUSSELL "She's blooming, straight, and tall." Girls' Athletic Association, '37-'41S BaSk6t' ball, '37-'41: Nature Club, '38-'39: Glee Club, '39-'40: Physical Culture Club. '39-'40: Typing Club, '40-'41. PAUL RUSSELL "I f only someone else would say it for me." Chorus Club, '38-'39s Craft Club, '39-'40. GATHA SELLS "My tongue within my lips I rein, For who talks much, must talk in vain." Physical Culture Club, '37-'39: Secretary and Treasurer Physical Culture Club, '38-'39: Vice-President Homeroom, '38-'40: President Homeroom, '40-'41: Basketball, '38-'41: Girls' Athletic Association, '37-'41, WILLIE SHANKLE "Heaven is more or less in living, In simple being and in giving." Chorus Club, '38-'39p Crafts Club, '39-'40. RUBY SHAVER "She is kind as she is fair." Mixed Chorus, '40-'41. RUBY SIDES "Her voice was soft, gentle, and low, An excellent thing in woman." Recreation Club, '37-'38: Talent Club, '37-'38, ALICE SMITH "Speech is silver, silence is gold." Art Club, '37: Home Ee. Club, '39, BILL SMITH "One might suppose your life had passed unrufled by any troubling blast." Nature Club, '38-'39: Crafts Club, '39-'40. KATIE BELL SMITH "Blessed is the influence of one true, loving human soul on another." CluEl'1y5gefg9.Culture Club, '37-'38: Journalistic rg , .1 , , 'ri' 1 - I iii xx. sw g .A fl 4 i ' Q A I Ft I 'A fi l,. 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Glee Club, '38-'39: Dramatic Club, '39-'402 Music Club, '39-'40: Secretary Homeroom, '39- '40: Publicity Manager Band, '40-'41: Cross- roads Staff, '40-'41. TRUETT STALLINGS "Though vanquished, he could still argue." Photographers' Club, '38-'39. HELEN ANNETTE STEELE KANNYD "By simply looking helpless I get along all right." Secretary Homeroom, '39-'40: Boosters' Club, '39-'41: Treasurer Boosters Club, '40-'41: Dramatics Club, '39-'40: Band, '39-'41: Pffsi' dent French Club, '40-'41: Dance Club, '40- 41. HUBERT WILLIAM STIREWALT "Self-trust is the first secret of success." Science Club. '36 : Biology Club, '37. JEWELL STOKER "Ever calm and dignified, Eficiency personified." Secretary and Treasurer Physical Culture Club, '37-'39: President Homeroom, '39- 40. ODESSA TALBERT "Jolly and good natured, one who can take the bumps of life without falteringf' Physical Ea. Club, '37-'sas President Home Ec. Club, '39: Boosters' Club, '40: Girls' Ath- letic Association, '38-'39. LOUISE THOMPSON "All glory comes to those who patiently work." Secretary Dramatics Club, '37-'39: Student Council Representative, '39-'40g Boosters' Club, '39-'40. JANE AUSTIN TURNER lfDIT7! "Who gained no enemy, and lost no friend." Treasurer Student Council, '37-'38: Library Science Club, '37-'38: Journalism Club, '37-'38: Council Representative, '38-'39: Secretary Dra- matics Club, '38-'39: Boosters Club, '8-'41: Vice-President Student Council, '39-'40: Vice- President Social Club, '39-'40: "Strange Roads" cast, '39-'40: "June Mad" cast, '40-'41: "The Choir Rehearsal" cast, '40-'41: Vice-President Dramatics Club, '40-'41.' MABEL UNDERWOOD "Talent is that which is in a person's power." Physical Culture Club, '37: Boosters Club, '37-339: Mixed Chorus Club, '40-'41: Secretary Homeroom, '40: President Homeroom, '41: Sec- retary Home Ec. Club, '38-'39. HELEN WENTZ "Life is but a span, I'll enjoy every inch. of it." Boosters Club, '37-'41: Talent Club, '37-'38: Council Representative, '37-'38: Dramatics Club, '38-'39: "Jug" Society, '39-'40: Chorus Club, '40-'41: Crossroads Staff, '41. ESTELLE WHITLEY "Gentle in mind, firm in reality." Dramatics Club, '38-'39. LUCIENNE WHITLOCK ULUCYU "Fine art is that in which the hand, the head, and the heart go together." Girls' Athletic Association, '37-'38: Boosters' Club, '37-'38: Physical Ed. Club, '38-'39: Mixed Chorus, '39-'41: Business Manager Dramatics Class, '40-'41: "June Mad" cast, '41. CORNELIA YEAGER "For large her violet eyes look'd And her bloom a rosy dawn." President Homeroom, '39-'40: Honor So- ciety, '40-'41: Council Representative, '38-'39' Dramatics Club. '38-'41 3 Boosters' Club, '37-'41 J01lI'HaliStiC Club. '37-'38: Red Cross Conven: tion Delegate, '38-'39. -A 1 :X 4 f f : ' - 4:-:fre , rx v, ., usp-A-4' 4 -4- . -..., , M 'V - - " ' A A ' A " ' ' " ' E' " 1 . V S , V , . ...Moy fsvwsuc, .sA...,....,,l ,.,........,....I,s.t....-lays. 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'M' f 5 5 2 aff 2 . we .-. .., , - THE HISTORY OF THE SENIOR CLASS In September, 1936, we enrolled in the freshman class, two hundred and ten frightened boys and girls. We expected anything to befall us the first week of school, but to our relief nothing happened. Each of us went about with two purposes in mind: to keep from getting lost, and, above all, to keep out of the way of the high and mighty upperclassmen. After the excitement subsided, we settled down to do some real work. Soon it was Thanksgiving and then Christmas. Christmas to us meant two weeks of idleness. After returning to school we started working harder than ever. During the next four months we worked hard, hoping to complete our freshman year with honor. During our freshman year the twelfth grade was added. Thus we ended our freshman year, put aside our books, and welcomed the vacation. The following fall we began our sophomore year with little change. During our sophomore year the Student Council was organized. Bill Mann was elected president. This Council carried out. many .worthwhile projects during the year. They sponsored the school's Carnival, which was held for the first time that year. May brought the annual Field Day, and June meant va- cation. No more outstanding events marked our S0Ph0lff101'e Year, but at the end of the year we were proud that we were climbing h1gher'up the ladder of our high school education. After a happy vacation we trooped back to school in September, 1938, and entered as a group of jolly juniors. We could never forget the good times we had in Mr. Gehring's history class that year. One of the most important phases of the year was the Open House sponsored by the Student Council. Another was the tapping of the members of the newly- organized Honor Society, sponsored by Miss Emma Milling. The Student Council also presented a number of movies to the student body. In the spring officers of the Council were elected for the coming year. The students elected Ted Wallace, president, Idell Mauldin, vice-presldellti V1013 Hudson, secretary, and Polly Martin, treasurer. We brought our third year to a close, realizing, 85 we bade the seniors farewell, that we had only one more year at Albemarle High School. In the fall of 1940 our senior year began with an enrollment of 199. We were proud that we had reached the final lap of our school Journey. We were greeted by our new principal, Mr. McFadyen, who replaced Mr. Gibson. During the first few weeks lessons were forgotten.. The .Little World's Series was being played and baseball became our favorite. topic. After a week of that, we settled down to work and began to think seriously of graduation. The class, under the leadership of Miss Rose Laws, elected Ted Wallace, president, Lafayette Blackwell, vice-president, Lucille Palmer, secretaryg and Polly Martin, treasurer. The National Honor Society had its annual tapping ceremony. Deward Lefier was elected president. The new members were: Margaret Nisbet, Hubert Hatley, Barbara Crowell, Betty Hatley, Ted Wallace, Ann Henning, Gatha Sells, Alfred Morton, and Cornelia Yeager. Out of 199 students 149 planned to graduate. Thirty-seven of these came from the twelfth grade. On a whole our class has worked well together, and we hope that each individual in the class will be able to fit himself into some place of service and usefulness in life. Our hopes and ambitions are high as we stand with our face to the future. In the years to come these pages will--we hope-keep alive memories of perhaps the happiest part of our lives. MARGARET Moonr. :B at ti' a..es....ss......, .mme Mm mamma masse.. Am .ma A- ....-..,.. .-.--......-... .V , .1 Q! 'ma i A .11 -. A lie? . 'Z , Q, rg ,. UL' 4 J? ,. ff A S1 11 Efi' fi' I yea ' 4. si ' A' E xg: 1 3.3. 1.1, f' N. Sag' ge wi.: Qs, ..i 1 iris Fifa rf 5 'ti vfr ,i gg.: fffl aaa 538 1' A 5 fi: 'iv gif? 'YI' Q ili- se is rf' We sr: Ji' hy Jw? is 'ff' CLASS PROPHEGY - '41 Ten years have flown by since that memorable day in june, 1941, when the graduation exercises were held in Albemarle High School. Now, couldn't get pause for just a little while and see what a few of our old classmates are omg? Governor Ted Wallace made an inspiring talk at the Rotary Club last Thursday. The president of the club, Bailey Gulledge, introduced the speaker and welcomed him back to his old home town. Governor Wallace was accom- panied to Albemarle by his secretary, Miss Billy Ray Dry. Among the outstanding business men who enjoyed his speech were Gilbert Russell, Deward Lefler, Max Ritchie, Charles Crawley and Bill Gantt. The faculty of A. H. S. has changed somewhat in the past ten years. If we look now we will find Max Morton teaching eleventh grade English, Helen Wentz, who is expected to become a Rotary Anne before long, teaching physics' Bobby Ritchie teaching World History, Lucienne Whitlock and john Auten coaching the athletic teams, and Clegg Furr teaching chemistry. French has been replaced by German, which is ably taught by Fraulein Margaret Moore. As principal of this great educational system we have Alfred Morton. We are especially fortunate in having Mr. Morton, for his last book, "Theory of Ignorance," has brought him many tempting offers, but he has elected to remain at his Alma Mater. We ind our old friends in the field of business. :Mary Emily Eflrd, C01-- nelia Yeager, and Maxine Cashatt are co-editors of the "Grusomette," the new and popular fashion magazine. Ralph Lipe and Truett Stallings are Said to sell jalopy cars faster than they can be manufactured, while Hilda Smith, Betty Van Lefler, Martha Russell and Geraldine Luther are busy pounding typewriterg, Yep! They're secretaries now and first class ones, too! Lloyd Skidmore could sell a bear a fur coat in the middle of july, so persuasive his sales talk. Dr. Samuel Lamar now runs the "hang-out" for all the gang-many's the good time we've had there. For those who haven't yet looked up their "life of Shakespeare," let us refer you to the Stanly County Library now managed by the quiet and capable Miss Elizabeth Haire. And for those of you who, when SlCk, want a pretty nurse, you know whom to call on-of course it would be Jewell Almond. . The magnificent new building on the outskirts of town is the new Beauty Clinic guaranteed to "take ten years off your life, if not your looks." It is owned and operated by Miss Josephine Beaver, who has the following staff of cosmetologist: permanents--Juanita Herrin, manicures-Ruth Cox, pedicures.. Ruby Shaver, mud baths-Lois Melton, tar and feather baths-Alice Smith' egg baths-Mary Louise Lisk, milk baths-Mary Rose Curlee, Turkish baths.l Mary Anne Skidmore and Sue Laton--guarantee to reduce or fatten you ac- cording to desire, molasses baths-Jewel Stoker, scalding facials-Lillian ,Ta1- bert, freezing facials-Dorothy Rhinehardt, exercise-Lee Gilliam' growing and shrinking advice-Helen Russell and Martha Penninger-they make you tall Or they make you small. Thus, it is easily understood how the ladies of Albe- marle obtain and retain their beauty. . 3 V. r16'.iL A 'NL I N .W 'FH s its 1 -ig glrh v I ' gf' .5 vii Vi' ai! . 1- : SW 13" sl . i 5 it lit 1 'I-fl as r l if .1 if 5'-712 iii' Wi ' a xiii 4 ii? iff . 1 4 't . tai K- " l, if W ' g-fr ,l f 'ki ' . 4,5 1 ze 1' .iii ,. irwi 'l A-E if z .3 X 4 t, if W P-i ,1 A n E44 3 fi HQ 1, 2' f'v 4 5 as ml ' 9? 4 v7 N G e e H. es ' 0.6 ZA ?' Zi ,Si Q, l 135 Y 1 ,N IV l 'X Wi if, fill! . 1 i gffrfis "9 1--f-I--4 - vt-,,,., Y' -- - W.- ,.....-,,- L, , N ,... N. .--....,.. -ww .,...,... Louise Shoe and Doris Camp have established a unique chain of restaurants from Maine to Florida. Gracie Blalock, Marguerite Walker, Eileen Dry, and Lena Chandler manage the branches in Boston, Richmond, Atlanta and Miami, respectively. For the best of food, eat at "Lodo'sl" Well, it seems that Artie Shaw has had his day, for he is certainly being replaced by Maestro Elbert Mullinix and his famous clarinet. Put a talented bunch of musicians together, such as Bill Betts, Florence Splude, and Robert Lowder, and you would really have something. That's what Elbert did! In New York City, The Opera is going full swing with its new Madame Butterfly, Willie Frances Efirdg and other members of the cast include Mar- garet Nisbet, Catherine Whiteley and Patty Crowell. Playing opposite the Madame is Edward "Melchior" Furr, who is to sing for Hitler when the war is over, his manager, Charles Lowder, said recently. The Yankees beat the Giants 50-0 last Saturday. Sports reporter Bob Morrow predicts a brilliant future for the stars of the winning team, Tommie Swanner and Ralph Campbell . . . The All-American Football Team has just been announced. We are indeed proud of Layfayette Blackwell, Fred Albright, games Senter, Grady Brooks and Horace Whitley, who are among the chosen ew. The latest hit to hit Broadway is "Those Ca'lina Gals" written and directed by Jane Turner and Polly Martin. The members of the cast include Ramelle Pickler, Margaret Deese, Ruth Cox, and Helen Thorpe. Columnist Dorothy Thompson Parker predicts it will have a long run. Have you seen "The Albemarle Story?" The star, George "Gable" Etird, has caused twenty thousand heart failures in the last week. In a medical jour- nal, published by Dr. John Sides, ladies with weak hearts are advised not to see this picture. The story was written by Miss Virginia Niven and revised for the screen by Miss Nell Denning. We're in the army now! So might say Captain Bill Morrow of the air corps, midshipmen Hubert Hatley and Ray Lefler of the navy, and Clinton Morton, Charles Crawley, H. A. Perry, and Craven Lowder of the army. They liked it so well the first year they just decided to stay. The highlight of the social season was the wedding of Miss Annette Steele 'to John Little. The bride was lovely in her red satin designed by Madame Mabelle Underwood, and carrying home-grown orchids cultivated in the green- houses of Miss Bessie Lee Rudisill. They were married by Justice of the Peace, Bruce Saunders, and attendants were Edna Efird, Ellen Hearne, and Laura Frances Peck. A reception immediately followed in the home of Mrs. Wm. Morrow, nee "Sister" Auten. Co-hostess at the party was Miss Lucille Palmer. The Master Farmer of North Carolina was selected recently and they couldn't have chosen a better man. We have been hearing of Newell Almond's outstanding ability ever since he was in grammar school. His wife, nee Ramelle Burleson, has helped him a lot in achieving this honor. This will give you an idea of what has happened to a few of our friends and we'l1 catch up on the others some other time. ' ANN HENNING. 'f . vl,.Q.5:f3ffi .4Sf.1l m':"jg"i'5',9". f'?"i, j lv jx A . .2 -.. 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We, the seniors, '41, hereby will the talents we possess. Being of sound body and mind, We "aim" to amuse-not be unkind, This the date-the second of May, This the state-N. C. of U. S. A. sz- , wr ... lm, To our respected principal, Mr. McFadyen, we give our thanks for a suc- cessful senior year and our sincerest wishes for many prosperous years to come. O To Hailey and Frank, our faithful janitors, We leave our gratitude for their 2' V having kept A. H. S. clean for us throughout the years. ., The "Albemarle Drug Store" crowd wills its haunt behind the gym tg the Purcell crowd. ,L Doris Camp hands down her quietness to Mazel Morris. f To Betsy Ivey, Lucille Palmer's Winsome tittering is left. Efsa I Jo Beaver wills her energy to Sarah jean Austin. , 5 Gi , , ic- "Dot" Parker's flirting is handed down to jean Little Grifiin, Betty Ruth if Rogers and Ann Sargent. 2 To Jeanne Lentz is left "Sis" Auten's neatness. . ' .if S 6 S 1 . may wear them as well. , ' Lloyd Skidmore leaves his clothes to "Little Skid" with the hopes that he 1 Ann Henning bequeaths her vocabulary to "Buck" Dennis. ,ff A . Newell Almond and "Butch" Burleson leave their example of courtship as is an inspiration to spinsters and bachelors of A. H. S. Q To Bill Long goes Hubert Hatley's ability to stay on the Honor Roll. ' Bill Morrow leaves his seat in "Tardy Hall" after school to John Lamarr. n I .25 'Q 5 1 xi: eg f.. Lee Gilliam's basketball ability is willed to her sisters, and may they uphold l the family tradition. 5? It Q. A K l i t l 5 5 it 'Q "Skimp" Efird bestows upon Martha Ivey her blond hair and vampish - ' x qualities. if .X .. J.: .. Helen Russell's athletic abilities are handed down to sister Rhoda. -fp . Tiff 1 1 H1 . '. Cornelia Yeager wills her beautiful hands to the art exhibit in Study Hall. I ' . 1" g Betty Hatley's shyness is wished upon Jane Priester. ' i ., , fi L I 1 vs' 5 Q . I . N N . 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T - 'y-4:5195 'Qfs.w'ffZl'3g"' 5 -T N ,VV 1',1,u - ' J --f-,Q - -qv, . , W... ., G' :f..i.v-.1 t N wx. ',,.L .W ..- -Nw. ,..-ff... -ual ma.-sa!-.ass -.42 al' -i",..:-,l,., ...fs ig X L., ,wg-.V , - 1, 3 ,H 'V Mabel Underwood's talent in music goes to Betty Jean Wolfe. Polly Martin wills her versatility to Carolyn Stone. Elbert Mullinix hands down his musical interests to Gene Helms. Robert Lowder bequeaths his drumming ability to Frank Patterson. . . To Dick Morrow, Helen Wentz wills her talkative ways, provided the re- cipient doesn't disturb 'others as Helen did-Qiirst semester in Physicsl. . Alfred Morton gives his ambition to Hubert Morgan-and we hope Hubert will use it to advantage. Bailey Gulledge leaves his ability to succeed to Jimmie Si-fford. John "Lank" Auten gives his height and shyness to jimmy Drye. Jane Turner's dramatic ability goes to Betty jo Glover and Lois Underwood. "Cat" Whiteley bestows her capability and friendly disposition upon Frances Mann Hal Peck is left with Deward Lef1er's pep. To "Son" Kennedy, George Eiird gives his good looks. Ted Wallace's popularity Qespecially with freshmen girlsl is handed down to John Little. "Knocker" Morrow's "way with the women" is left to Bobby Redwine. To several fortunate underclassmen-namely, Viola Hudson, Frances Mann, and Eris Crisco-Margaret Nisbet, Billie Ray Dry and Willie Frances E51-d leave their singing ability with the hope that these lucky girls will win fm- A. H. S. places in the State Music Contest. Lafayette Blackwell wills his gridiron appeal to the girls to Frank Little. ' The Senior class of '41 leave their autographs Ccarved on the desksj to A. H. S. to be later sold for great profits when these many names have become world-famous-the money to go for a museum to preserve these historic relics. Herewith we conclude our bestowal of aids, Valuable and worldly to men and to maids, We trust they will help you in all you do, So we say "goodbye" and "good luck" to you, NELL EFIRD DENNING. ..... t.. .1 -- ,. - Q -V-i..,,,.-, . .pw f-.::'- - .f..'--,.'41. , .1 --.-. r ' - .55 - .'.'. . .' '1 " .' Q "j'fiX,"""""""' 'K 1-f-'--Ml. -'H-f-W-s --- -- x.....-... i ,, . ' 'JA L 'VA a'tr""" ifilfi "HN-l-' rffbt'-"fl 3"""'7l'.,? i L, n.-.u.L.n-..v...s 4.5 5 .A ,usa A M,X ,, . -..,-,.. - - V 4 ,. n,.Lf.:x,m.iA. 4 QQ. , , 4 wiv -' , .,EggvgLf,g.,f - V- i-...-.. .- -4------ . xl A- 'av' "" 4. fx rx- , x J QI s f . I Q ws Ih- nu N 5 ,f Q 54 -" ' , ALB ..i. Y Pk 05111 N,- lw .. 65-5 Mn' QQARL STATE 05 ,ix ,X v ,,, W-v A ri qs-4 .,.. ..-. v R x Mn V f' ,aa . , If 2 .v 'ns v-QM We-wa-.11 X , v,,,,.-, --'-N". 'MX ..:w:.g' 'wa f 1. ' V -f 2' .17 A A ,,.., 1 T 1' v 4 X rx W vt"-.9'R1':.. U. i4X.' -..,. ,....,.,.,,, , .-R - SEQ.. X 4 , , 'dxf Y' 2 K if ,Q Q' Q :ilk ,,,. 7 -5, hr' ' 4- ,-Y . 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'-33: Q . Budget 1 , il . i E"ii252E2ga2s:. 1... 5.2125532221225225551522525 ixxQkh.SGit,rib:X'.L-45 Ill! I fx I X S North Second St. xl swf' .hx , ..,,- - V - ' - .fm fo. H .qt 'w i' 'f ".'f1f" V' 'Q' 'S'--Q 4 V' A. I . . W . ,, V ,.-,-Qfm., ,- . ,,.- .4 1 , - ,. 4 - .- - J - " " '.. ' ' 1 ' -1 ,,.,,,..,-. 1 .,. ...I ............... .....-M... ........ .....,...' 1.-....-...-, , ,.....,.-rf ,.,.-....-.v-:g,::----:K -- ,--- -'W Ui-"""-" .xxx "" hx K! 'cgi' ,ily .ji Albemarle, North Carolina 1-v 1 42. ..aAla.' ,,..-ff-'41 . M 4 A 4 ,4 Protect Yourself, Your Family and Your Home CAROLINA Realty Insurance Company Here . . . There- Everywhere . . MAXWELL BROS. Sz COLLINS o e Furniture Holds a Place All its Own Maxwell Bros. KL Collins North First St. : Albemarle, N. C. 'g -Y 'Wah XTMK - . . .- w 4- -W- 4--Q, 4.1 ,fr lwfwff- A -1 , - 1 '4e 'iy'v .Wi ij" fyfqgatfwxgjywgg 'gsffkxi fi,w!vj.5 QVWI1, 'fi' "8SV""!,,"9 K, ,N vu ,V ff? J Tir ,-,. . 4 U. life: AZN?-M-A, I? 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A A ,fb X Stay In Your Tub Mister . 'lg Albemarle Plumbing 3 Company M ' i West Main St. :: Phone 234 - ' K .J 1.27" ""-' AV Y Y ,n W, --,,-. A, ,, , -- ...-,,.... .,,,, . . . .....,... .1 I . .4 1 X K. 'i 4 r. N1 I I I. s ,. E Compliments ---0f--- SIBLEY MANUFACTURING CO. LUMBER FOR EVERY BUILDING PURPOSE - COAL AND WOOD - I 4 i s i .L N F I Phones 13 and 25 -:- Albemarle, N. C. nl Everybody likes to look his best-- gl . W . . . And he likes for his home to look its best! ki We CA'N'T Do Anything for You . . . But We CAN Fix Up Your Home P. J. HUNEYCUTT FURNITURE CO. North Second Street :: Albemarle, N. C. ,f"m'.5""".4L,::"r"' "f s'l,""""',4.,.p"""z,l.r""4',:'i"':.L 'M-1 - - 1 .. A .,.,.. . V -' 'ry g"'-f"'w""'i1Q,,W-v'-"'f"1'sFf'Wgc'v' ffvl-2-gr' "459'?TY'f Wwrfvwwpffgwmwgrwvvrh ' ' vv,Wef-H' 'aw - A. H ,..- ,M sf-T.-.Mir 'ff I H U, ig: W " 'f -If ,gg A X K- L V Q n , V 9 V, Ny, X, A ,IA M-.. ,,m-Q4 4 ,,, .,, ff? fu., ,J I' W! ' ji Tjf"fjj-Q.,3Q'Y 'Yfj ,1, , hgiufv, 1. 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Sf 531155555 if I Sults That Flt You For One Price 'L if' IJVLII f ICY, COOL DRINKS only You'1l Get the Best at 1 574 J if 8 I - 5517.50 - I A J C K 3' n d Moose's Haberdashery 'wg Fi 7 S A L S West Main st. 1 We ,Ljjf"'.fA' ?'f.fl"""'i' swf: ,,:"'mz-i4xf"'f:v,g',.'W" I sfffzif 1 , 2' ZS A, , 4: .'2 i ---.X 'rw 'V x t- -L., 'ffzffwifff'f1ff'?37'f7'ZL?.fT?5 L W' Q' 5 ' ' T216 f l wg ,Elg- '7 Compliments to Senior Class 2 A 4 T51 . Pl .5 IF f ' x K1 ffl W V A --from-- RAYLASS DEPARTMENT STORE Everything to Wear for the Entire Family Compliments --..0f--- BERTIE'S BEAUTY SALON ELGINS- Fortunate, indeed,.is the person who receives na smartly designed Elgin with a startimed move- ment. HAMILTON- Time and beauty without end. Styled in the tempo of today. Built for time to come. The Traditional Fine Gift- . . . A DEPENDABLE WATCH BULOVA- Americafs smartest watch -- so youthful in spirit- so accurate, truly the gift of a lifetime. WESTFIELD- America's lowest priced fine watches. Smart and thrifty, too. Better built - better styled - lower priced. We Have a Complete Selection of Fine Watches 310.95--to--3125.00 STARNES JEWELRY STORE Leading Jewelers In Albemarle Since 1898 ,. ' ' J , ' . . ' " ' ' X In ' , -v0,...,.,.....v g....,,.... A ,..,...-..,, ,....u.-,. ..,M.,., .... ...r ,... -.,f p ,....,,. f', M f.r..W.-H H... - Qt ... 4 H if ,, gf Y .A ', .1 , .Ni .,',f wha 'vp U1 1 .1 , f 4 r ' .n.....a,e....a.....,. .4..,s.....a. ..ea.,.4.,...gL.4.4sL,4.Sn..4r.L4:.o...4f.r ,..,..i.,,.....,,,.......- . ,. , ,.. ., . ,A ,, M - g.VTgtL,f:1,..,HA .. : , ,.,,.....-A. :9?j...fR', lffjl, f jr, ...If --:'.I.12...ifTfZ?w?Y4,.-.:'1':?',.pf jf' . T lf? Q 1 A L A M E D A T H E A T R E "Nothing But The Best In Pictures" T if 'i 'fi The Home Of ge all fg '.'f .Lf-i ll A 2 ig, Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Pictures - 20th Century Fox - is LI Warner Bros. and First National fel A Matinee Daily 1 P. M. and 3 P. M. - Night 7:15 P. M. and 9 P. M. .I 7 A - Wednesday And Saturday Continuous Showing -- A TELEPHONE 297 ' it -i-' A Tzu 4 vi N H IN TASTE TESTS FROM COAST TO COAST- ROYAL CROWN COLA . . . WAS VOTED THE WINNER if You'll Know the Reason When You Taste Its Delightful Flavor M I W A 12-ounce Bottle- Two Full Glasses ............................................ .......... 5 C if. fl If Handy Carton of 6 Bottles . . . 25c Q15 .I x fs ,i lnmhx it . ' QC, ...Rreyy. kv N NEHI BOTTLING COMPANY ALBEMARLE, N. C. ..L..hh-A.A....A !V - Y. NM- , 4.-......:.n... TIIERES NO DEI-AY' When you nee You can money get a loan qulckly Confidentlally D t H t t on GSI a e There IS No FROM US 5 RED TAPE FIRST NATIGNAL BANK Albemarle, N C North Second Street W iii- - , Don't worry over your SUMMER fe,-1f ge WARDRoBE. . . Go to EFIRD'S . - -,- -.-,...- -.5 0' 5 - 7' 'C' xl' gl I .- .' ' p .f if L 1 T J f' .- f I' ,ARA x f .x ,- I fan, 'S JS JEJQA 2 Wfa f Q 65.1313 381,55 , 5 x Y' Q4 M g New il X X-gal 5 For Shoes, Jackets, Dresses, Lingeries, Sweaters, Blouses, Shirts and Accessories EFIRD S DEPARTMENT STORE Albemarle, N. C. .. West Mam Street el, if -db, VV-W wwf Mggmma,E:smM, I . . A A V- -. A ..i,5.V. - . . . Y '- Albemarle Music Store Complete and Modern Music Store Frigidaire Sales and Service - Office Supplies - STANLY NEWS AND PRESS "Your Home Newspaper" Compliments ......Qf...- CITY NEWS If You Aren't Studying-Read Plumbing and Heatmg One of Our Papers if AnyT1me SAMUEL'S 0 to Clothes for the Whole Family Q B f ....l.........,. ...,,- ,-,..,,-.M..-t....Q ,...,- -. ... .... .., .. ,A....A-..Q.,.A.+.-.5-,,.,5.gA.-1 .. ... ,.-.- - -.A-.--. ggi, - Gr We -Hn-9.7: 4i- ...4,y'.....,.. A XL-e -E15 .f'yL',a.-- i'P f ' f M- When you are looking c -- Q -3' 'L 3 . ., your snapp1est-- ufilf .. 1 10 to 1 you'Ve been to B E L K ' s , ff' .1 3 A I K fx ,gf A 454 ,P S o.,, 1 2 s , 515. '- I . . , f . 61 - sf 4 . . Z ' f ' iff' 4- 3555S5552535QEEEEEESEIIEQEQEQEEEEE. ' 1 If I 2 I Cv M e n M. -...-...,.. .. . I, . BELK'S DEPT STORE - 1 ' """"' , ' rg .-.-.-. , Q.: .-.-. 2 Albemarle, N. C. West Main Street , 1 One-Third of 133 A. H. S. Seniors Drive FORDS and MERCURYS ,Two-Thirds of A. H. S. Faculty Drive FORDS For the Best Cars on the Road-Drive Fords AUTEN-WOLFE MOTOR CO. South Second Street --- Albemarle, N. C. V I D , . MN 'ivfngv 'Q 2 a.-.1-,W ,., .U . 2-gym y-ff M'-'-fv '?:W""' '4-'V"'9'9"'4'a -755 P , NE el l ,V X , . E 9 gf V: -915,5 vi,-'Ls F-W, fl I 1 ,. , r - 1 ,fr ' - us, ., I .-.. i-.....,.,v nv ....T, ! V ,V For the best of year-round gifts-give a portrait of yourself- FGR Photography at Its Best ... t I- Y .- R O S S S T U D I O East Main Street -:- Albemarle, N. C STANLY THEATRE Albemarle's Popular Playhouse TELEPHONE 314 West Main Street -'- Albemarle N. C, 3 ., '2 t S A f 5 I ,sis W J If your mind goes blank 1324 when a gift has to be given- its Remember a picture is one 1 i thing that will always be Q is appreciated. , 1 2 5 FINK S STUDIO Y JL V A 4 rf 4 1 w 1 K 1 1 4 Palmer Furniture Co. Inc. ? Furniture Dealers and Funeral Directors - Ambulance Service - M :ww V P .64 . .,f.,-. ,. -, , ,.,--.e X, .. e gf--we gee Compliments --..0f.-- Maribette Beauty S al o n You'll always look your loveliest after seeing us! , For Those I After Sports "K ' Snacks- J go to ,Z 3 ,JY -"- 8 Albemarle, N. C. Phone 117 B I L L ' S C A F E West Main St. Don't slave over a hot stove- k. ' c. . lliaking Compllments to a QS ' .'f- sEN1oR CLASS Summer! 8 Founded In 1881 Buy At Smith's Bakery 'li' Fishing X E, iff cooking 164 ' 'A f'E'f'.1' - . Equipment N Za Utensils Baseball ' - Tennis Bats Q' " Racquets Everything to Get the Bestof Your Leisure Hours This Summer at MORROW BROTHERS 85 HEATH CO. Albemarle, N. C, --:- North First Street be .els any LTL! 5.2 sf--:Jie lr ill: R1-eh:-c14z,rV"'4"f:e:ieriI ?iLf""iS'W35'f"14+?D3'?gZi"ff"'5F'64?5'v,7'f'Q2"'i'4vi,35lt'lg" 5i21ti'SP"Hf?1Y'i:ff' 1' V' I ' e w ' ' ' - A f ff- -.-.7-1-...,..-.., af 'sf f -- I ' - 4 1 1 ' 14- 1 1 , vs. LL, , .' Q .. M ' . ' m T , f. ,Q 4, ,,,-. ,-. , 1' . ,-..' ,v,.,. .-.. Qr.. .1 Q.- .2- , .- , 5 1 . , f .. A 4 . li ,. A. Ji, .. 'Fifi- b" ffikfy ' : 3 A l ' 'K "'i7w':2f..,:if'l gl 2 ' ie rg 5, 2 -' ,Q f- g A 13 5 'f Y ag-1 - ANT , ff Ei? ' 'TT , ,' . QS -. - : Pl M. .V ' 'J' Lx -rf' ' f iff". Q'Xf.2+1 Q ' - i .NW w- fiffli ':' IA T, E 'E' .. .ue A f fs T15 Q95 l 1 " 14" 5.1 A Ilillslime 5 '.' :4' '.t'v..g1a 'F -f n '-Ju-Iwi i-.. 1 ' kr! ,Hg -574,49 , ... - . Ve' QP ', E Q, .W f TELEPHONE 188 -for- AMBULANCE SERVICE STANLY FUNERAL HOME Lonnie M. 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