Albemarle High School - Crossroads Yearbook (Albemarle, NC)

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Text from Pages 1 - 92 of the 1951 volume:

ALBEMARLE HIGH SCHOOL ALMA MATER J[ Once again here as schoolmates assembled, We fain would lift our hearts in song; To our High School our dear Alma Mater, Let gladness our moments prolong. J[ There are joys that will long be remembered. And friendships too that ne’er can die; So here’s a song for our old High School, Our dear old High School, our. dear old High. jj Here ' s to our classes, here’s to our lasses, Here’s to the lads they adore. Here’s to the Seniors so mighty, Juniors so flighty, Freshy and Sophomore. 1 Let mirth and gladness banish all sadness. And as the days go by. You ' ll find us ready and steady, Boosting for our old High. SdCJL 1 - X g ., 4 .t.V £cta -- oL iZm - x X-7 ' 2o t - uzV- gJ L L J t P7 g-?? oJ Q Ls (2Alj ' aX - Music of our Alma Mater John Boyett, Editor Robert Scaggs, Business Manager Miss Mildred Kyzer, Adviser The 1951 CROSSROADS ANNUAL PUBLICATION OF ALBEMARLE HIGH SCHOOL ALBEMARLE, N . C . I 1 J il l ' w ' MIL-.. LgPilpW? i! f _j njjl FOREWORD From the music of the hearts and minds of the students of Albemarle High School comes this 19 51 Crossroads. May you in years to come look back, laugh, and remember the happy years spent in Albemarle High School. 3 DEDICATION We, the Seniors of Albemarle High School, dedicate this 1951 Crossroads to Mr. and Mrs. Paul Fry for their willing helpfulness, friendli- ness, loyal support of school activities, patient understanding, and for their ability to change discord into harmony. 4 ADMINISTRATION CLAUD GRIGG For the past seventeen years, Mr. Grigg has been the superintendent of the city system. Through his service and tireless efforts, he has helped make Albemarle High School one of the best in North Carolina. J. L. CASHWELL Mr. Cashwell came to us from the Grimesland School in Pitt County to become principal of Albemarle High School. In the short time that he has been here, Mr. Cashwell has made many friends through his genuine interest in life. MRS. PAUL HELMS As secretary to the superintendent, Mrs. Helms is the " power behind the throne.” Through her quiet efficiency, her friendliness, and her willingness to help, she has added much to the school and to its students. 5 Inez Bankett Ramona Caldwell Mrs. Warren Coble Paul B. Fry Mrs. Paul B. Fry Business English Home Economics Choral Music English Catherine Harrison R. C. Hatley Spencer Hatley Mrs. N. A. Hayes Beatrice Holbrook Bible Science Band English Librarian Mrs. Pat Hunt Pat Hunt Mrs. Wallace Ivey Bill Jeffords Mathematics Seventh Grade Eighth Grade History ALBEMARLE HIGH 6 Mildred Kyzer Mrs. Mazel Bowles Lyke Mrs. A. S. Lynn Pearle Michael Lillian Misenheimer Business Biology Eighth Grade Mathematics English Mrs. Dwight B. Morris Mrs. John Birch Morris J. C. Morris Mott E. Price Mrs. Mott Saunders French Secretary Industrial Arts Sociology Eighth Grade Mary Lillian Schell Physical Education Henry T. Webb, Jr. Physical Education Mrs. Nell Westmoreland History E. F. Wilson, Jr. Diversified Occupation SCHOOL FACULTY 7 Sea Scouts . . . Younger days . . . Tourist trade . . . Look at me . . . Ain’t love grand . . . Life-Saving class . . . Harvey . . . The “Old Red Head” . . . Athletes . . . James Milton . . . Long Long Ago . . . Call of the wild . . . Rah- Rah-Rah . . . Visitors at Cullowhee . . . “Jellv-Roll” . . . “Hatley” . . . Loafin’ in the sun . . . Hold me kid . . . Charley my boy. 8 CLASSES In the mood . . . Homecoming Queen . . . Happy Days . . . Ronnie Lucas and Collis Hill . . . Sometimes we study . . . Big plans for the 51 CROSSROADS. SENIOR DOINGS 10 OFFICERS John Harwood Elbert Whitley Myra Davis Ed Patterson President Vice President Secretary Treasurer SENIORS 11 Carolyn Akers “I hate scarce smiles; I love laughing Transferred from Bryson City, N. C.; Crossroads Staff; Sponsor, 2 years; Band; Mixed Chorus; Boosters Club, 2 years. Treasurer 1 year; Dramatics Club; Tri-lli-Y; Waitress at Senior Banquet; Tenth Grade Dramatics; Stunt Night; Intramural Basketball; School Publicity Committee; Invitation Committee for Junior-Senior Prom; Band Letter; Band Clinic; Girls’ Ensemble. Wren Almond " Never is there either work without reward, nor reward without work being expended. " Boys’ Chorus; D.O. Student; Stunt Night; D.O. Bas- ketball, Manager. Colleen Archer " Life is nothing without friendship.” Girls’ Chorus; Boosters Club; Dramatics Club; Tri- lli-Y; F H A Club; Ninth Grade Chorus; Tenth Grade Dramatics; Field Day; Intramural Basketball. Robert Austin “ Let each man do his best.” Transferred from Cannon High School, Kannapolis; Dramatics Club, Cast of “Mama’s Getting Married”; Hi-Y, Attended Older Boys’ Conference in Charlotte; Science Fair. Dewey Bailey “ Leave tomorrow till tomorrow.” Boys’ Chorus; Ninth Grade Chorus; Science Fair, Stunt Night; Intramural Basketball. Clara Barbee " Friendship is the wine of life.” Girls’ Chorus; F II A Club; Waitress at Senior Ban- quet; Science Fair; Stunt Night; Field Day; Intra- mural Basketball. Bill Barnes " Happiness is a habit— cultivate it.” Full Moon Staff; Monogram Club, 2 years; Varsity Football, 2 years; B-Team Football; Mixed Chorus; Boys’ Chorus; Boosters Club; Dramatics Club; Hi-Y; Tenth Grade Dramatics; Science Fair; Stunt Night; Field Day; Tumbling Team; Intramural Basketball; Boys’ Double Quartet. J. C. Bell " The smile that won’t come off.” Boys’ Chorus; D.O. Student; Attended Night School. SENIORS 12 1951 Henry Boone “He that laughs, wins.” D.O. Student; Science Fair; Stunt Night; D.O. Basket- ball Team. Johnny Boyett “He can who thinks he can.” Editor of Crossroads; Junior Rotarian; Monogram Club, 2 years; Varsity Football, 2 years; B-Team Football, 2 years; Mixed Chorus; Orchestra; Boosters Club; Dramatics Club; Hi-Y; Ninth Grade Chorus; Tenth Grade Dramatics; Science Fair; Stunt Night; Field Day; Intramural (Basketball, Football); Cast of “High School Daze.” Kenny Brown “Happy am I; from care 1 am free.” Transferred from New London, N. C.; Student Lion; Full Moon Staff; Monogram Club; Varsity Football; Varsity Basketball; Legion Baseball, 4 years; Mixed Chorus; Boosters Club; Ili-Y; Home Room Officer, Treasurer; Field Day; Housekeeping Committee; Boys’ Double Quartet. Virginia Brown “If eyes were made for seeing, then beauty is its own excuse for being.” Full Moon Staff; Cheerleader; Miss Liberty Belle; Homecoming Queen, 2 years; Sponsor, 2 years; Mixed Chorus; Boosters Club, President; Dramatics Club Cast of “Springtime For Skippy”; Tri-Hi-Y; Home Room Officer, 3 years; Waitress at Senior Banquet; Ninth Grade Chorus; Tenth Grade Dramatics; Science Fair; Stunt Night; Field Day; Intramural Basketball; D A R Good Citizen; Who’s Who; Girls’ Ensemble; Cast of “High School Daze.” Jo Ann Burrell “ Her blue eyes sought the west afar; For lovers love the western star.” National Honor Society; Literary Editor of Cross- roads; Managing Editor of Full Moon; Who’s Who; Assembly Committee; Majorette, 3 years; Queen of Wash Bowl; Sponsor, 3 years; Mixed Chorus; Boosters Club; Dramatics Club; Secretary of Inter Club Coun- cil; Tri-Hi-Y, Treasurer; Waitress at Senior Banquet; Tenth Grade Dramatics; Science Fair; Stunt Night; Field Day; Chairman of Social Standards Committee; Invitation Committee for Junior-Senior Prom; Con- testant in North Carolina Annual Spelling Bee. Arthur Burris “Of manners gentle, of affections mild; in wit a man; simplicity, a child.” Crossroads Staff; Monogram Club; Varsity Football; Boys ' Quartet; Mixed Chorus; Boys’ Chorus; Ninth Grade Chorus; Science Fair; Stunt Night; Field Day; Intramural (Basketball, Football, Softball, Volleyball). Greta Bltrris “ Let gentleness my strong enforcement be.” Mixed Chorus; Girls’ Chorus; F H A Club 2 years; Stunt Night. George Causby “ The man who has music in his soul will be most in love will the loveliest.” Full Moon Staff; B-Team Football, 2 years; Mixed Chorus; Boys’ Chorus; Boosters Club; Dramatics Club, Cast of “Springtime For Skippy,” “Alleganey Pri- mary,” “Mama’s Getting Married”; Hi-Y. President; Home Room Officer; Ninth Grade Chorus; Tenth Grade Dramatics; Science Fair; Stunt Night; Field Day; Intramural (Basketball, Football, Tennis, Soft- ball); Committee Chairman Junior-Senior Prom; Dele- gate to Southern States Hi-Y Convention; Varsitx Tumbling Team; Cast of “High School Daze.” 13 Larry Chandler “ Content is happiness.” B-Team Football; Legion Baseball; High School Base- ball; Boys’ Chorus; Hi-Y; Ninth Grade Chorus; Science Fair; Stunt Night; Intramural (Basketball, Football). Billy Clark “ Without song life would he a mistake. B-Team Basketball, 2 years; Legion Baseball; Mixed Chorus; Boys’ Chorus; Science Fair; Stunt Night; Field Day; Intramural (Basketball, Football, Soft- ball, Volleyball). |ane Coggin “ Come live in my heart and pay no rent.” Mixed Chorus; Boosters Club; Dramatics Club; Waitress at Senior Banquet; Ninth Grade Chorus; Tenth Grade Dramatics; Science Fair; Intramural Basketball. Mary Collins “ Life is a comedy.” Girls’ Chorus; Bible Club; Science Fair; Intramural Basketball. Vicki Cooper “An outward and visible sign of an inward and spiritual grace.” Girls’ Chorus; Home Room Officer; Science Fair; Stunt Night; Intramural Basketball. Lillian Copley “A smile in her eyes.” Assistant Editor, Crossroads; Mixed Chorus; Boosters Club, 4 years, Secretary; Dramatics Club; Tri-Hi-Y, Secretary; Ninth Grade Chorus; Tenth Grade Dra- matics; Science Fair; Stunt Night; Field Day; Intra- mural Basketball; Delegate to Tri-Hi-Y Conference; Backstage work, “Boomerang” and “Mama’s Getting Married.” Alyse Cranford “Let me be silent, for so are the Gods.” Girls’ Chorus; F H A Club; Ninth Grade Chorus. Glenn Cranford “ The only way to have a friend is to be one.” Full Moon Staff; Boys’ Chorus; Science Fair. SENIORS 14 Joyce Cranford “Pleasure is the most real good in this life.” Girls’ Chorus; Boosters Club; Bible Club; Home Room Officer; Ninth Grade Chorus; D.O. Student; Intramural Basketball. Eddie Crisco “So of cheerfulness, or a good temper , the more it is spent, the more it remains.” Band; Hi-Y Club; Science Fair; Stunt Night; Intra- mural Basketball. Everette Crisco “Silence is more adequate than words.” D.O. Student Frank Crisco “We must laugh before we are happy.” Boys’ Chorus, Secretary and Treasurer; Ninth Grade Chorus; Science Fair. Chase Crump “Let the world slide. Intramural Sports Myra Davis “I am part of all that 1 have met.” Secretary, Senior Class; News Editor, Full Moon; Who’s Who; Crossroads Staff; Sponsor; Girls’ En- semble; Mixed Chorus; Girls’ Chorus; Boosters Club. 2 years. Vice President; Dramatics Club; Tri-Hi-Y; Home Room Officer; Tenth Grade Dramatics; Science Fair; Intramural Basketball; Chairman, School Pub- licity Committee; Delegate to Tri-Hi-Y Conference; High School Reporter to Stanly News and Press; Backstage Committee for Plays. Carol Dick “The gardens of kindness never fade” Girls’ Chorus; Boosters Club; Science Fair. Ezelle Doby “One’s outlook is part of his virtue.” Girls’ Chorus; F H A Club; Science Fair; Stunt Night; Intramural Basketball. 1951 15 Buddy Donaldson “ Friendship is the gift of the gods, and the must precious boon to man. " Full Moon Stall; Monogram Club; Varsity Football; B-Team Football, 2 years; Science Fair; Stunt Nigbt; Intramurals (Basketball, Softball). Don Earnhardt “There’s nothing like fun, is there? " Home Room Officer; Science Fair; Stunt Nigbt; Field Day; Intramurals (Football, Softball, Horseshoes); Tumbling Team. Frank Efird “Youth calls for pleasure; pleasure calls for love.” Full Moon Stall; Monogram Club; Varsity Football, 2 years; B-Team Football, 2 years; Student Council; Boys’ Chorus; Boosters Club; Dramatics Club, 2 years, President, 1 year; Backstage work, “Mama’s Getting Married”; Hi-Y; Athlete of Month; Home Room Officer; Ninth Grade Chorus; Tenth Grade Dramatics; Science Fair; Stunt Night; Field Day; In- tramurals (Basketball, Football); Tumbling Team; Junior-Senior Prom Decoration Committee. Elizabeth Elder “ A willing heart, a helping hand, always reach on command.” Full Moon Feature Editor; Varsity Basketball; Spon- sor; B-Team Basketball; Student Council; Boosters Club; Dramatics Club; Tri-Hi-Y, Chaplain; Home Room Officer; Waitress at Senior Banquet; Tenth Grade Dramatics; Science Fair; Stunt Night; Field Day; Intramurals (Basketball, Tennis); Social Stand- ards Committee; Junior-Senior Prom Decoration Com- mittee. Henry Farmer “An honest man’s the noblest work of God.” Monogram Club; Varsity Football; B-Team Football; Boys’ Chorus; Hi-Y; Athlete of Month; Stunt Night; Intramurals (Basketball, Football). Ardree Ferrell “Contentment is a habit she contracted. " Boosters Club; Dramatics Club; Ninth Grade Chorus; Tenth Grade Dramatics; D.O. Student; Science Fair; Intramural Basketball. Harvey Ferrell “The plainest sign of wisdom is a continual cheerfulness.” D.O. Student; Science Fair; Stunt Night; Intramural Basketball; Tumbling Team; D.O. Basketball. Billy Frye “ Things are bound to happen, why worry?” Boys’ Chorus; Ninth Grade Chorus; Science Fair; Stunt Night. SENIORS 16 Dorothy Gaskin “To love is to believe, to hope, to know. " National Honor Society, Business Manager and Scrap- book Keeper; Delegate to Girls’ State; Crossroads Staff; Full Moon Staff; Assembly Committee, Chair- man; Cheerleader, 2 years; Mixed Chorus; Boosters Club; Dramatics Club; Prompter for “Mama’s Get- ting Married”; Tri-Hi-Y; Home Boom Officer; Wait- ress at Senior Banquet; Tenth Grade Dramatics; Science Fair; Stunt Night; Field Day; Intramural Basketball; Junior-Senior Prom Invitation Committee Chairman. Jimmy Green “ Let me be cleft and debonair. 1 am content, I do not care. " B-Team Football; Boys’ Chorus; Boosters Club; Dra- matics Club; Backstage Manager, “Mama’s Getting Married”; Hi-Y; Science Fair; Stunt Night; Intra- murals (Basketball, Football). Carlyn G riffin “The rule of my life is to make business a pleasure, and pleasure my business.” B-Team Football; Boys’ Chorus; Boosters Club; Dra- matics Club; Cast of “Mama’s Getting Married”; Hi-Y; Science Fair; Intramural Sports. Martha Griffith “A merry heart maketh a cheerful countenance. Commencement Marshal; Crossroads Staff; Sponsor, 2 years; Girls’ Chorus; Boosters Club; Dramatics Club; Tri-Hi-Y, President; Home Boom Officer; Waitress at Senior Banquet; Tenth Grade Dramatics; Science Fair; Stunt Night; Field Day; Intramural Basketball; Welcoming Committee of A. H. S.; Junior-Senior Prom Ticket Committee. Claude Harwood “7 have lived and loved. Boys’ Chorus; Boosters Club; Dramatics Club; Hi-Y. Helen Harwood “She’s pretty to icalk with and witty to talk with ; and pleasant to think on.” Crossroads Staff; Full Moon Staff; Sponsor; Mixed Chorus; Boosters Club; Dramatics Club; Cast of “Mama’s Getting Married”; Tri-Hi-Y; Home Boom Officer, 3 years; Waitress at Senior Banquet; Ninth Grade Chorus; Tenth Grade Dramatics; Science Fair; Stunt Night; Field Day; Intramural Basketball. John Harwood “He gave with a zest and he gave his best; give him the best to come.” Senior Class President; Commencement Marshal; Who’s Who; Crossroads Staff, Assistant Business Manager; Monogram Club, 4 years; Varsity Basket- ball, 3 years; B-Team Basketball; Legion Baseball, 2 years; High School Baseball, 2 years; Student Council, 2 years; Boosters Club; Dramatics Club; Hi-Y; Home Room Officer, 2 years; Ninth Grade Chorus; Tenth Grade Dramatics; Science Fair; Stunt Night; Field Day; Intramurals; Junior-Senior Prom Ticket Committee Chairman. Morris Hathcock “ What shall a man do but be merry?” B-Team Football; Student Council; Mixed Chorus; Boys’ Chorus; Boosters Club; Bible Club; Home Room Officer; Ninth Grade Chorus; Science Fair; Stunt Night Intramural Softball. 1951 17 Nelle Hatley “Happiness is a perfume that she is always pouring on others.” Full Moon Staff, Co-Feature Editor; Student Coun- cil; Girls’ Chorus; Boosters Club; Dramatics Club; Home Hoorn Officer; Ninth Grade Chorus; Tenth Grade Dramatics; Science Fair; Stunt Night; Intra- mural Basketball. Catherine Helms “A merry heart goes all the day.” Girls’ Chorus; F H A Club; Science Fair; Stunt Night; Field Day; Intramural Basketball. Sidney Helms “ All good things which exist are the fruits of originality. " Student Lion; Crossroads Staff; Full Moon Staff; Monogram Club; Varsity Football, 3 years; Honor- able Mention All-State; All-Conference Team; B-Team Football; Mixed Chorus; Boosters Club; Dramatics Club; Cast of “Boomerang”, “Mama’s Getting Mar- ried”; Hi-Y; Athlete of the Month; Home Room Officer; Stunt Night; Field Day; Intramurals; Varsity Tumbling Team, 2 years; Chairman of Committees, Junior-Senior Prom; Boys’ Double Quartet. John Herrin “He is complete in feature and in mind, with all good grade to grace a gentleman.” Band; Orchestra; Science Fair; Stunt Night; Intra- mural Sports; Band Letter. Lewis Hinson “An ounce of wit is worth a pound of sorrow.” Crossroads Staff; Band, 4 years; President, 1 year; Orchestra; Boosters Club; Dramatics Club; Hi-Y; Tenth Grade Dramatics; Science Fair; Stunt Night; Field Day; Cafeteria Worker; Band Letter; Intra- mural Volleyball; Cast of “High School Daze.” Paddy Hinson “The little can make great.” Girls ' Chorus; Boosters Club; Library Club; Ninth Grade Chorus; Science Fair; Stunt Night; Field Day; Intramural Basketball. Jeweline Holt “ Gaiety makes us gods.” Full Moon Staff; F H A Club; Ninth Grade Chorus; D.O. Student; Science Fair; Intramural Basketball. Harold Hudson “Talent is a gift which God has given us secretly, and which we reveal without perceiving it.” Legion Baseball; High School Baseball; Student Coun- cil; Boys’ Quartet; Mixed Chorus; Home Room Officer; Ninth Grade Chorus; Field Day; Intramural; (Basketball, Football). SENIORS 18 Joe Hudson “A loving heart and a cheery smile are the characteristics of a life worthwhile.” Treasurer, Student Body; Legion Baseball, 4 years; High School Baseball; Boys’ Quartet; Mixed Chorus. Eunice Kimery “In her tongue is the law of kindness.” Girls’ Chorus; F H A Club; Science Fair; Stunt Night; Field Day; Intramural Basketball. Roberta Kimery “ Youth comes but once in a lifetime.” Boosters Club; F H A Club; Bible Club; Home Room Officer; D.O. Student; Science Fair; Stunt Night; Field Day; Intramural Basketball. Phyllis Kluttz “For all that is fair is by nature good.” National Honor Society; Editor of Full Moon; Dele- gate to Press Institute; Who’s Who; Mixed Chorus; F H A Club; Waitress at Senior Banquet; Ninth Grade Chorus; Science Fair; Stunt Night; Intramural Basketball. Sally Kluttz “ Ambition ruled her brain and love, her heart.” Crossroads Staff; B-Team Basketball; Mixed Chorus; Boosters Club; Dramatics Club; Cast of “Mama’s Getting Married”; Tri-Hi-Y; Waitress at Senior Ban- quet; Ninth Grade Chorus; Tenth Grade Dramatics; Eighth Grade Chorus; Science Fair; Stunt Night; Field Day; Intramural Basketball. Martha Knight “ We are not put in the world to sit still and know; we are put in it to act.” National Honor Society; Delegate to Honor Confer- ence; Crossroads Staff; Full Moon Staff; Mixed Chorus; Boosters Club; Dramatics Club; Tri-Hi-Y; Library Club; Home Room Officer; Ninth Grade Chorus; Tenth Grade Dramatics; Science Fair; Intra- mural Basketball. Beulah Lambert " It is better to be little and shine than to be big and ca st a shadow.” Girls’ Chorus; Science Fair. Dillon Lambert “Enjoy the present day, trusting very little to the morrow.” Boys’ Chorus; Ninth Grade Chorus; Science Fair; Stunt Night; Intramural Basketball. 1951 19 Jeannette Laton “The heart is wiser than the intellect. " Girls’ Chorus; Boosters Club; F H A Club; Science Fair; Stunt Night; Field Day; Intramural Basketball; Receptionist. Betty Leonard “Listen, look, and he silent, if you wish to live in peace.” Boosters Club; Bible Club; D.O. Student; Stunt Night. Charles Litaker “He is truly great that is little in himself, and that maketh no account of any height of honors.” President Student Body; National Honor Society, Treasurer; Delegate to Boys’ State; Delegate to Stu- dent Council Convention; Commencement Marshal; Who’s Who; Varsity Basketball; Student Council; Mixed Chorus; Boosters Club; Dramatics Club; Hi-Y; Home Boom Officer; Science Fair; Stunt Night; Intramurals (Basketball, Football). Jane Little “An acre of performance is worth the whole world of promise.” Delegate to Press Institute; Crossroads Staff; Business Manager Full Moon; Who’s Who; Sponsor, 2 years; Student Council; Girls’ Ensemble; Mixed Chorus. Secretary 1 year; Boosters Club, Dance Chairman; Dramatics Club, Secretary 1 year; Tri-Ili-Y; Home Boom Officer; Waitress at Senior Banquet; Ninth Grade Chorus; Tenth Grade Dramatics; Cast of “Springtime for Skippy”; Science Fair; Stunt Night; Field Day; Intramural Basketball; Welcome Com- mittee of School; Assistant Director, “Mama’s Getting Married.” Earl Lowder “Variety is the spice of life.” B-Team Football; Band; Boosters Club; Science Fair; Field Day; Intramural Basketball. Elsie Lowder “No wealth is like the c uiet mind.” Boosters Club; Ninth Grade Chorus; D.O. Student; Science Fair; Stunt Night; Cafeteria Worker. Lois Lowder “To he trusted is a greater compliment than to he loved.” National Honor Society; Commencement Marshal; Assembly Committee; U. S. History Winner; Mixed Chorus; Home Boom Officer; Science Fair; Stunt Night; Intramural Basketball. Lowell Lowder “I take life easily and hear no regrets .” Varsity Football; D.O. Student; Stunt Night. SENIORS 20 Malcolm Lowder ‘ ' Honor is purchased by the deeds we do.” National Honor Society; Junior Rotarian; Junior Class Officer; Commencement Marshal, 3 years; Crossroads Staff; Monogram Club; Assembly Committee; Var- sity Football; B-Team Football; B-Team Basketball; Legion Baseball; High School Baseball; Student Coun- cil; Mixed Chorus; Hi-Y; School Photographer; Home Room Officer; Ninth Grade Chorus; Science Fair; Stunt Night; Field Day; Intramural ( Basketball, Football, Baseball, Volleyball). Mary Lowder “ Her voice was ever soft, gentle and low, an excellent thing in a woman.” Crossroads Staff; D.O. Student; Science Fair. Vina Ruth Lowder “ Kindness is wisdom. There is none in life but needs it and may learn.” Receptionist; Sponsor; B-Team Basketball; Mixed Chorus; Boosters Club; Ninth Grade Chorus; Science Fair; Stunt Night; Field Day; Intramural Basketball. Blondell Lucas “ How sweet and fair she seems to be.” Full Moon Staff; Student Council; Girls’ Chorus; Ninth Grade Chorus; Eighth Grade Chorus; Science Fair; Stunt Night; Intramural Basketball. Bobby Lucas “ Thinking is but an idle waste of thoughts.” Home Room Officer; Ninth Grade Chorus; D.O. Student; Science Fair; Stunt Night; Field Day; Intra- mural (Basketball, Football); Band. Della Rose Mabry “A soft answer turneth away wrath.” Band; Boosters Club; Dramatics Club; Tri-Hi-Y; Science Fair; Stunt Night; Intramural Basketball. Douglas Mason “ Good humor may be said to be one of the very best articles of dress one can wear in society.” Boys’ Chorus; Hi-Y; Science Fair; Stunt Night; Eighth Grade Chorus; Intramural (Football, Volleyball, Ten- nis ). Billie Rose Mauldin ‘‘Self reverence, self-knowledge, self control.” Girls’ Chorus; Boosters Club; Field Day. 1951 21 Dickie Mauldin " Gladness of heart is the life of man.’’ Student Council; Ninth Grade Chorus; D.O. Student; Stunt Night; D.O. Basketball; Intramurals ( Basket- ball, Football). Christine Melton " Her ways are ways of pleasantness.” B-Team Basketball; Student Council; Girls’ Chorus; Home Room Officer; Ninth Grade Chorus; D.O. Student; Science Fair; Stunt Night; Intramural Bas- ketball. Kirk Michael " Honor lies in honest toil.” Legion Baseball; D.O. Student; Field Day; Intra- murals (Basketball, Football). Angela Moncrief " Live today, tomorrow is not.” Full Moon Staff; Sponsor; Student Council; Boosters Club; Dramatics Club; Tenth Grade Dramatics; Cast of “Springtime for Skippy”, “Mama’s Getting Mar- ried”; Tri-IIi-Y; Home Room Officer; Waitress at Senior Banquet; Science Fair; Stunt Night; Field Day; Intramural Basketball; Eighth Grade Chorus. Talmadge Moose “ What joy ambition finds.” Crossroads Staff; Home Room Officer; Ninth Grade Chorus; D.O. Student; Science Fair; Stunt Night. Bill Morris “A constant friend is a thing rare and hard to find. " Full Moon Staff; B-Team Football, 2 years; Boys’ Chorus; Boosters Club; Hi-Y; Home Room Officer; Science Fair; Stunt Night; Field Day; Entertainer at Senior Banquet; Intramurals (Basketball, Football, Tennis, Volleyball). Charles Morris " The wisest man is he who does not believe that he is.” Home Room Officer; Science Fair; Hi-Y; Intramurals ( Basketball, Football ) . Merrill Morris " What’s the use of worrying ? It never was worthwhile.” Band; Hi-Y; Home Room Officer; Ninth Grade Cho- rus; D.O. Student; Science Fair; Stunt Night; D.O. Basketball; Intramurals (Basketball, Football). SENIORS 22 Tommy Morris " Knowledge is, indeed, that which, next to virtue, truh and essentially raises one man above another.” National Honor Society; Junior Rotarian; Crossroads Staff; Full Moon Staff; Boosters Club; Dramatics Club; Hi-Y, Treasurer; Bible Club; Cast of “Cloth of Sendony”; Home Room Officer; Science Fair; Stunt Night; Field Day; Chairman of Constitutional Committee; Intramurals (Basketball, Football, Soft- ball). Joe McAnulty “He marks— not that you won or lost— but how you played the game.” Monogram Club; Varsity ' Basketball; B-Team Basket- ball; Legion Baseball; High School Baseball; Mixed Chorus; Boys’ Chorus; Tennis Team; Home Room Officer; Science Fair; Stunt Night; Field Day; Intra- murals (Football, Tennis); Junior Rotarian. Reid McLendon “ His limbs were cast in manly mould, for hearty sports or contest bold.” Monogram Club; Optimist Bowl; Varsity Football, 3 years; Honorable Mention All State; B-Team Foot- ball; Boys’ Chorus; Boosters Club; Stunt Night. Charles McManus “ Love is the life of man.” Sports Editor, Full Moon; B-Team Football; Boosters Club; Dramatics Club; Reporter for Hi-Y; Library Club; Tenth Grade Dramatics; Science Fair; Stunt Night; Field Day; Intramurals (Basketball, Football); Announcer of Football Games. Charles Palmer “A handsome face is nature’s best gift.” Full Moon Staff; Boys’ Chorus; Boosters Club; Dra- matics Club; D.O. Student; Stunt Night. Ed I 3 atterson “ Character is the key to thy success.” National Honor Society, President; Senior Class Treasurer; Student Lion; Vice President Junior Class; Commencement Marshal, 3 years; Who’s Who; Cross- roads Staff; Shrine Bowl; Monogram Club 3 years; Optimist Bowl; Varsity Football, 3 years; B-Team Football, 2 years; B-Team Basketball; Hi-Y; Ath- lete of Month; Home Room Officer; Science Fair; Stunt Night; Field Day; Intramural Basketball; Co- captain of Football Team. Betty Jean Poplin " In quietness and confidence shall be your strength.” National Honor Society; Junior Class Secretary; Sponsor; Student Council; D.O. Student. Dorothy Ritchie “A cheerful temper johied with innocence will make beauty attractive, knowledge delightful, and wit good-natured.” Girls’ Chorus; Science Fair. 1951 23 [ane Rogers “She has achieved success who has lived well, laughed often, and loved much.” National Honor Society, Secretary; Delegate to Girls’ State; Delegate to Honor Conference; Typing Editor, Crossroads; Full Moon Staff; Assembly Committee; Girls’ Ensemble; Mixed Chorus; Boosters Club; Dra- matics Club, Cast of “Boomerang” and “Mama’s Get- ting Married”; Science Fair; Tri-Hi-Y; Home Room Officer; Senior Banquet Hostess; Stunt Night; Field Day; Contestant and Delegate at State Lions’ Con- vention; Co-chairman Music Committee, Junior-Senior Prom; Eighth Grade Chorus; Ninth Grade Chorus. Reggie Russell “ Gentleness succeeds better than violence.” B-Team Football; Student Council; Science Fair; Stunt Night; Intramural Basketball. Frances Saunders “We are charmed by the neatness of a person. " Girls’ Chorus; Boosters Club; Science Fair; Stunt Night; Field Day; Intramural Basketball. Robert Scaggs “ Everywhere in life, the true question is not what we gain, but what we do.” National Honor Society; Crossroads Staff, Business Manager; Assistant Sports Editor of Full Moon; Dele- gate to Press Institute; Student Lion; Varsity Basket- ball; B-Team Football; Legion Baseball, 2 years; Hi-Y, Senior Secretary; Ninth Grade Chorus; Eighth Grade Chorus; Intramural (Basketball, Football, Soft- ball, Volleyball). Bernhard Schadt “A willing heart adds feather to the heel.” Boys’ Chorus; D.O. Student; Intramural Football. Joyce Scott “The good and the wise lead quiet lives. " D.O. Student; Science Fair; Stunt Night; Intramural Basketball. Jimmy Simmons “ Silence is one of the virtues of the wise. " Boys’ Chorus; Stunt Night; Intramural Sports. Doris Simpson “The gentle mind by gentle deeds is known. ' Waitress Senior Banquet; D.O. Student; Science Fair; Stunt Night; Intramural Basketball. SENIORS 24 Everette Smith “ Never trouble trouble till trouble troubles you.” B-Team Football; Boys’ Chorus; Intramural (Basket- ball, Football); “Y” Boxing Team. |ane Smith “ Gaiety and a light heart are the best medicines for everyone.” Sponsor, 2 years; Boosters Club; Dramatics Club; Tri-Hi-Y; Waitress Senior Banquet; Tenth Grade Dramatics; Science Fair; Stunt Night; Field Day; Intramural Basketball. Mary Ellen Speight “A light heart lives long.” Boosters Club; Library Club; Ninth Grade Chorus; D.O. Student; Science Fair; Stunt Night; Field Day; Intramural Basketball. Henry Springer “As merry as the day is long.” Boys’ Chorus; Library Club; Home Boom Officer; D.O. Student; Science Fair; Stunt Night; Field Day; Intramural (Basketball, Football, Horseshoe); D.O. Basketball. Pat Stilwell “The mildest manners and the gentlest heart.” Transferred from Richfield, N. C.; Crossroads Staff; Mixed Chorus; Boosters Club; Dramatics Club. Birdie Suggs “A maiden hath no tongue but thought.” Girls’ Chorus; Dramatics Club; Tri-Hi-Y; Tenth Grade Dramatics; Stunt Night; Science Fair; Intramural Basketball. Eleanor Swaringen “ Good will makes intelligence.” Crossroads Staff; Student Council; Boosters Club; Dramatics Club; Library Club, Secretary; Home Room Officer; Science Fair; Stunt Night. Kathleen Talbert “We live by admiration, hope, and love.” Varsity Basketball; Girls’ Chorus; F H A Club; Home Room Officer; Ninth Grade Chorus; Science Fair; Stunt Night; Field Day; Intramural Basketball; Eighth Grade Chorus. 1951 25 Ann Taylor “Her ways are ways of pleasantness, and all her paths are peace.’’ Transferred from Canton, N. C.; National Honor Society, Vice President; Crossroads Staff; Full Moon Staff; Chief Cheerleader; Sponsor; Student Council; Mixed Chorus; Boosters Cluh; Dramatics Club; Cast of “Boomerang” and “Mama’s Getting Married!”; Tri-Hi-Y; Home Room Officer; Waitress at Senior Banquet; Ninth Grade Chorus; Tenth Grade Dra- matics; Science Fair; Stunt Night; Field Day; Intra- mural Basketball; Junior-Senior Prom. Sue Taylor “He who finds not love finds nothing. Transferred from High Point, N. C.; Majorette, 2 years; Sponsor; Girls’ Chorus; Boosters Club; Dra- matics Club; D.O. Student. |anice Thomas “She laughed and the whole world was gay. " Transferred from Clinton, N. C.; Crossroads Staff; Sponsor, 2 years; Girls’ Chorus; Boosters Club; Dra- matics Club; Tri-Hi-Y; Waitress at Senior Banquet; Tenth Grade Dramatics; Science Fair; Field Day; Intramural Basketball; Junior-Senior Prom, Decorat- ing Committee. Donald Tucker “Men love to talk of what they love. ' Band, 4 years. Vice President, 1 year; Orchestra; Dramatics Club; Boosters Club; Hi-Y; Tenth Grade Dramatics; Science Fair; Stunt Night; Intramural Softball; Band Letter. Louise VanHoy “ The fragrance is the rose, the smile, the woman. ' Girls’ Chorus; Boosters Club; Ninth Grade Chorus; Intramural Basketball. Don Wagner “A wise man will make tools of what comes to hand. ' ' National Honor Society; Crossroads Photography Ed- itor; Full Moon Staff; Varsity Basketball; B-Team Basketball, 2 years; Boosters Club; Dramatics Club; Cast of “Boomerang”; Science Fair; Stunt N : ght; Field Day; Intramural (Basketball, Football, Softball, Volleyball ) . Charles Whitley “ Wlwt one has, one ought to use; and whatever he does he should do with all his might.” Vice President, Student Body; Student Lion; President, Junior Class; Crossroads Staff; Full Moon Staff; Mono- gram Club, 4 years; Vice President, 1 year. President, 1 year; Varsity Football, 2 years; Varsity Basketball, 3 years; Legion Baseball, 3 years; High School Base- ball, 2 years; Student Council, 3 years; Boosters Club; Dramatics Club; Hi-Y; Home Room Officer, 3 years; Science Fair; Stunt Night; Field Day; Intra- mural (Basketball, Football); Sportsmanship Com- mittee; Who’s Who; Assembly Committee. Elbert Whitley “ Personality is to a man what perfume is to a flower.” Vice President, Senior Class; Crossroads Staff, Sports Editor; Student Lion; Commencement Marshal; Full Moon Staff; Monogram Club; Optimist Bowl; Varsity Football, 3 years; Co-captain, Varsity Football; Hon- orable Mention All State; Varsity Basketball, 2 years; B-Team Football, 2 years; B-Team Basketball; Stu- dent Council; Mixed Chorus; Boosters Club; Dra- matics Club; Hi-Y; Athlete of the Month; Home Room Officer; Ninth Grade Chorus; Science Fair; Stunt Night; Field Day Athletic Committeeman; Varsity Tumbling, 2 years. SENIORS 26 1951 Joe Whitley “I am sure care is an enemy of life. " Crossroads Staff; Full Moon Staff: B-Team Football. 2 years. Captain, 1 year; Mixed Chorus; Boosters Club; President, Inter-Club Council; Hi-Y; Ninth Grade Chorus; Tenth Grade Dramatics; Science Fair; Stunt Night; Field Day; Intramural ( Basketball, Football, Softball. Volleyball); Varsity Tumbling Team, 2 years; Dramatics Club; Cast of “Mama’s Getting Married!”; Delegate to Southern States Hi-Y Conference; Junior-Senior Prom, Invitation Commit- tee Co-chairman; Eighth Grade Chorus; Broadcaster for Football Games; Junior Rotarian. Lamar Whitley " He who lives obscurely and quietly lives well.’ Boys’ Chorus; Science Fair; Stunt Night. Frank Wilhelm “The readiness of doing doth express no other but the doer’s willingness.” Mixed Chorus; Boys’ Chorus; Boosters Club; Dra- matics Club; Ninth Grade Chorus; Tenth Grade Dra- matics; Science Fair; Stunt Night; Field Day; Intra- mural (Basketball, Football, Softball, Tennis); Cafe- teria Worker. Frankie Williams “Laugh and the world laughs with you.” Boosters Club; Dramatics Club; Tri-Hi-Y; Ninth Grade Chorus; Tenth Grade Dramatics; Science Fair; Stunt Night; Intramural Basketball; Crossroads Staff; Backstage on “Mama’s Getting Married!”; Junior- Senior Prom; Refreshment Committee; Backstage on “High School Daze”; Eighth Grade Chorus. Frances Wingate “Wit is the salt of conversation.” Transferred from Hickory, N. C.; Crossroads Staff; Sponsor; Band; Mixed Chorus; Boosters Club; Dra- matics Club, 2 years, Treasurer, 1 year; Tri-Hi-Y; Band Letter; Properties Committee for “Boomerang”; Junior-Senior Prom Committee; Band Clinic; Girls’ Ensemble; Student Director. Nelle Winn “Love me little, love me long.” Boosters Club; Library Club; Bible Club; Tenth Grade Dramatics; D.O. Student; Science Fair; Intra- mural Basketball; Cafeteria Worker. Don Woolly “A little wit has pleased me more by half; l didn’t come to learn , 7 came to laugh.” B-Team Basketball; Student Council; Band; Boosters Club; Dramatics Club; Hi-Y; Home Room Officer; Ninth Grade Chorus; Tenth Grade Dramatics, Presi- dent; Cast of “Springtime for Skippy”; Science Fair; Stunt Night; Field Day; Intramural (Basketball. Football, Volleyball). Camera S1}y Seniors: Richard Austin, Bill Carpenter, Roger Gibson. Blaine Hall, Max Pennington, John Reap. J. K. Russell, Jimmy Scarboro, Thomas Snuggs. Leon Underwood, 2 Most Original Nell Hatley Sidney Helms Friendliest Martha Griffith Charles Whitley Best Looking Virginia Brown Charles Palmer Best All-Round Myra Davis Edward Patterson Most Popular Virginia Brown “Whit” Whitley Most Dependable Lois Lowder Charles Litaker SENIOR 28 Most Studious Betty Jean Poplin Tommy Morris Wittiest Sally Neale Kluttz Lewis Hinson Best Athletes Kathleen Talbert Edward Patterson Cutest Ann Taylor “Whit” Whitley Most Talkative Angela Moncrief Donald Woolly Most Likely To Succeed Jane Rogers Robert Scaggs SUPERLATIVES 29 Most Influential Martha Knight John Harwood Best Dressed Jo Ann Burrell Carlyn Griffin Best Dancers Jane Little Jimmie Green Most Talented Jane Rogers Harold Hudson MORE SUPERLATIVES 30 OFFICERS Henry Carpenter Gene Huneycutt Barbara Crowell Carol Jo Herrin President Vice President Secretary T reasurer JUNIORS 31 • .■« » •« » First Row: Betty Aldridge, O’Lema Aldridge, Donald Almond, Catherine Atkins, Jimmy Austin Second Row: Nancy Austin, Jean Barringer, Marie Barbee, Betty Brunson, Clara Burleson Third Row: Audry Burris, Betty Jean Burris, Keith Byrd, Henry Carpenter, Ruth Clark Fourth Row: Joe Clayton, Kenneth Coley, Marie Corbett, Barbara Crowell, Betty Lynn Crowell JUNIOR First Row: Ann Reeder Daniels, Mary Ann Dennis, Johnny Eagle, Joe Gaskin, Jo Ann Griffin Second Row : Clarence Griffith, Kenneth Hall, Marlene Harrington, V. L. Harwood, Ruby Hatley Third Row: Nancy Haynes, Janet Helms, Virginia Helms, Carol Herrin, Theo Hinson Fourth Row: Virginia Hollingsworth, Angeline Hopkins, Paula Howard, Gene Huneycutt, Louise Huneycutt CLASS 33 First Row : Jimmy Hunsucker, Carolyn Jones, Flint Josey, Kathryn Kimery, Lewis Klnttz Second Row: Joyce Lewis, James Lisk, William Litaker, Betty Jean Lowder, Bruce Lowder Third Row: Nancy Lowder, Helen Luther, Emily Milton, Jerry Morris, Roger Morris Fourth Row: David Morrow, Nancy Morrow, Sylvia Morrow, Glenn Morton, Hamilton Morton JUNIOR 34 First Row : Mickey Morton, jane McDowell, Patsy Pettit, David Plowman, Hilda Poplin Second Row. Tommy Poplin. Laura Mae Plyler, Randall Plyler, Sue Redfern, Betty Sue Rogers Tltird Row: Carrie Mae Russell. Jane Russell, Joe L. Russell, Katherine Shaver, Harold Smith Fourth Row: Leslie Swanner, Ann Swaringen, Jean Terry, Patsy Williford, Johnny Youngblood, Nancy Yow CLASS 35 “Pick ups” . . . Monkeys . . . Sport woman . . . Baby Ray and Night Owl . . . You’re just in love . . . just loafin’ . . . Thirsty? . . . Beach Bums . . . four cuties . . . leg art . . . Swoon King . . . giggles . . . stuffin’ ourselves My hero! . . . you rat . . . Nancy . . . they went that way . . . Swingin’ along . . . Bathing beauty . . . that old gang of mine. 36 OFFICERS Bob Boger Bill Huckabee Gene Snuggs Charles McManus President Vice President Secretary T re usurer SOPHOMORES First Row: Glenn Almond, Sally Ausband, Edna Barbee, Wayne Barringer, Bob Boger, J. C. Boone, Shirley Boone, Larry Bowers Second Row: David Bruton, Frank Burrell, Evelyn Burris, Peggy Sue Cathy, Marie Clayton, Ellen Cook, Ruth Ann Copley, Bobby Corriher Third Row: Larry Crisco, Mona Rae Crotts, Douglas Davis, Marian Davis, Sandra Davis, Shirley Deese, Jeannette Dennis, Carolyn Doby Fourth Row: Dwight Efird, Darrell Frick, Carolyn Gaddy, Bettie Gantt, Marilyn Greene, Doris Gurley, Janelle Harrington, Martha Rae Harris Fifth Row: Mary Louise Helms, Louise Hinson, Merle Hinson, Carol Sue Hudson, Barbara Huneycutt, Nelda Huneyeutt 38 . SOPHOMORE First Row: Frances Laughlin, Claude Lawhorn, Shirley Lisk, Barbara Lowder, Peggy Jo Lowder, Robert Lowder, Buford Lucas, Clayton Mauldin Second Row: Shirley Medlin, Carolyn Miller, Peggy Morris, Aveline Morton, Betty Moyle, Jeanette McLendon, Macie McLester, Charles McManus Third Row: Avanelle Osborne, Patsy Page, Don Pearce, Bernice Roscoe, Betty Rummage, Wanda Sells, Robert Shaver, Carolyn Smith Fourth Row: Helen Starr, Donald Stogner, Kay Thomas, Carol Thompson, Robert Thompson, Janet Troutman, Julia LTsserv, Ann Walter Fifth Row: Trudie Weaver, Judith Whitley, Neil Whitley, Ann Whitlock, Patsy Wilhelm, Carolyn Williams CLASS 39 MRS. FRY Jo Ann Atkins, Margaret Brunson, Bettie Early; Nancy Farmer, Mary Foreman, Kathryn Groves, Barbara Holt, Jeanette Howard, Evelyn Kinney, Doris Luther, Sarah Miller, Margaret Reeves, Lee Smith, Lula Gray Thomas, Jo Ann Ward, Jimmy Brown, R. B. Cox, Kent Curlee, Ronnie Curlee, Victor Dry, Larry Hartsell, Lowell Hartsell, Dwayne Lowder, Marvin Miller, Jimmy Milton, Jimmy Morton, Jimmy Page, Wayne Palmer, Bobby Reeves, Dwain Sells. MISS HARRISON George Barringer, Lowell Efird, Claud Grigg, Richard Haynes, Donald Jones, Neil Morton, Harold Price, Ralph Setzler, Dan Sibley, Richard Springer, Larry Talbert, Richard Tucker, Gary Waisner, Jimmy Whitley, Delaine Curlee, Peggy Davis, Bobbie Eudy, Thelma Eudv, Lydia Hall, Reba Harrington, Billie Rose Harris, Ann Ivey, Edith Lambert, Shirley Lambert, Shirley Mitchell, Emily Morton, Nellie Pickier, Joan Rummage, Marshalline Smith, Shirley Swaringen, Lyvonnc Whitley. 40 FRESHMAN R. C. HATLEY Janette Andrews Betty Burleson Doretta Cole Janet Glover Pauline Russell Louise Smith J. W. Foster William Harkev Gerald Holt Jimmie Pennington Vance Troutman Vernelle Barbee Peggy Burleson Shirley Darnell Louvine Morton Barbara Sides Delores Waisner J. W. Gilmore James Llinson James Kimery Melvin Rushing Joe Whitley MR. JEFFORDS Sherrill Aldridge Lentz Auston Jean Brewer Betty Burris Ned Burris C. B. Crook Lyndell Curlee Dwain Furr Jimmy Howell Ned Mann Steve McLendon Ann Russell MR. James Austin Bobbie Brooks Lula Mae Crowell Lanny Ellis Roger Furr Jimmy Griffin Sue Hunsucker Arthur Lynn Eugene Miller Wayne Morris Ellen Palmer Dixie Schadt Kenneth Smith Lentz Solomon Ben Pattie Sue Almond Carolyn Barbee Jimmie Burleson Caroline Burris Kemp Clayton Sally Crook Ted Eudy Ben Harwood Betty Jean Lefler Peggy Morton Barbara McSwain Yvonne Sheppard PRICE Georgia Beaver Claudette Chandler Laura Doby Barbara Eudy Margaret Gilbert Doris Hinson Vann Lowder Darrell Mauldin Jeanette Morgan F. A. Newton Rochelle Ritchie Keith Sikes Peggy Smith Lyndell Thompson Treece CLASS 41 EIGHTH GRADE MRS. IVEY Bill Beeker, Marvin Clark, Allen Corbitt, Kent Davis, Arnell Doby, Ronnie Fox, Roger Freeman, Elliott Gaddy, Skipper Gantt, Dwayne Harrington, Eddie Hatley, Charles James, Philip Lake, Dwight Little, Gerald Morris, Pete Napier, Stephen Sasser, Yoder Whitley, Shelvie Aldridge, Janet Barbee, Miriam Davis, Janice Eury, Violet Hatley, Elizabeth Howard, Jane Kirkpatrick, Jolee Morris, Martha Morrow, Nancy Newman, Frances Ross, Geraldine Saunders, Loretta Thomas, Bernice Thompson, Shirley Ann Tindall, Sue Whitley. MRS. LYNN Mark Almond, Lucas Camp, Ned Crisco, Wayne Eudy, Jimmie Johnson, Wayne Kimery, Gareth Lowder, Kenneth Sheppard, Earl Simpson, Donnie Smith, Lendel Smith, Leon Snuggs, Luther Swaringen, Belvin Terry, John R. Williams, Patricia Allan, Nancy Burleyson, Betty Jeanne Burris, Doris Coley, Dorothy Ellis, Phyllis Ann Greer, Martha Harwood, Sarah Joe Hinson, Eleanora Jones, Ivy Mabe, Florence Milton, Charlotte Ann Pope, Joan Renger, Slyvia Rogers, Judy Scaggs, Jean Starr, Elaine Swaringen, Susie Swaringen, Yvonne Whitley. MRS. SAUNDERS Dickie Cashwell, Samp Coble, Larry Eudy, Jack Fuller, Melvin Gilbert, Edward Hatley, Lewis James, Bobby Josey, Carol Lisk, Ned Lowder, John David Moose, Bobby Peck, Kenneth Vanhoy, Roger Saunders, David Whitley, Kathryn Blalock, Polly Clark, Patricia Fisher, Sue Furr, Frances Litaker, Sylvia Long, Elaine Long, Shirley Lowder, Anita Mauldin, Myra Melton, Nancy Miller, Elaine Mills, Nancy Morris, Frances Regan, Loma Russell, Harvie Ann Smith, Marian Stiller, Sue Swanner, Sandra Westerlund. 42 ACTIVITIES The Student Council is an organization composed of four major officers, elected by the Student Body, and a representative from each home room. The members work together to develop and carry out projects that will be of benefit to the student body. The adviser this year is Miss Catherine Harrison. Two of the major projects undertaken by the Council this year were the establishment of an annual “Open House " night for the benefit of parents and citizens during National Education Week, and the opening of a Student Lounge in the old gym, to which the students may have access before school and during lunch for recreation and games. The Council has also undertaken to publish a Student Handbook, which will be compiled this year, will be printed during the summer, and will be available to the students next September. Money for these projects has been raised by dances, plays, and by the sale of notebook paper and pencils. THE STUDENT COUNCIL 44 The ideals of the National Honor Society are character, scholarship, leadership, and service. To be eligible for membership in this society, however, a student must first possess a high scholastic average. Then he is judged by the faculty and present honor society members on the basis of character, leadership, and service. This year the honor society sponsored a College Day at which representatives from thirty-three col leges were present. A tea was also given for students making the semester honor roll. Worthwhile activities such as those mentioned are sponsored by this group from time to time. It is hoped that those students honored by membership in the National Honor Society will continue to strive toward a high, respectable goal. NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY Ed Patterson President Ann Taylor Vice President Jane Rogers Secretary Charles Litaker Treasurer Dot Gaskin Scrapbook Chairman First Row: Betty Jean Poplin, Ann Taylor, Dorothy Gaskin, Martha Knight, Phyllis Kluttz, Lois Lovvder, Jo Ann Burrell Second Row: Mrs. Nell Westerlund, Adviser; Malcolm Lovvder, Charles Litaker, Edward Patterson, Donald Wagner, Robert Scaggs, Jane Rogers, Tommy Morris 45 ALBEMARLE HI CROSSROADS STAFF John Boyett Editor Robert Scaggs Business Manager PV. H Lil lian Copley John Harwood J o Ann Bltrrell Ed Patterson Elbert Whitley Talmadge Moose Malcolm Lowder Don Wagner Jane Rogers M iss Mildred Kyzer Assistant Editor Assistant Business Manager Literary Editor Sports Editor Sports Editor Art Editor Photographer Photography Editor Chief Typist Sponsor Literary Staff Typing Staff Business Staff 46 PUBLICATIONS FULL MOON STAFF Jo Ann Burrell Nell Hatley Elizabeth Elder Myra Davis Charles McManus Robert Scaggs Glenn Cranford Jane Rogers Mrs. Paul Fry Managing Editor Feature Editor Feature Editor News Editor Sports Editor Assistant Sports Editor Circulation Manager Chief Typist Sponsor Feature Writers Reporters Sports Writers 47 THE BLACK MASQUE OFFICERS Jane Little Frank Efird President Frances Wingate Jimmy Skidmore Vice President Miss Inez Bankett Secretary Treasurer Director The Black Masque is a dramatic organiza- tion open only to juniors and seniors who are interested in acting, costuming, produc- tion, and make-up. This year seventy-five upper-classmen joined this organization, thus making them eligible for open try-outs before any play was cast. This year the Black Masque presented the following one act plays: “Mama’s Getting M arried! ” and “High School Daze.” The season’s climax was the presentation of “Mother Was A Freshman” presented by the senior members. 48 LIBRARY CLUB Seated: Lula Grey Thomas, Carolene Burris, Delores Waisner, Peggy Jean Morris, Paddy Hinson Standing: Doris Luther, Jo Ann Ward, Jimmy Griffin, Ann Walter, Mary Foreman, Julie Ussery, Joyce Holt. Evelyn Burris, Betty Rummage FUTURE HOMEMAKERS OF AMERICA OFFICERS Lydia Hall Aveline Morton Betty Haire Helen Starr Yvonne Sheppard Marie Barbee Marilyn Greene Peggy Johnson President Vice President Secretary Treasurer Historian Parliamentarian Song Leader Reporter 49 HI-Y The Hi-Y purpose is, “To create, maintain, and extend throughout the school and com- munity high standards of Christian character.” This is the first year that there have been Hi-Y clubs in the school. Club meetings are held at the Wiscassett Memorial Y. M. C. A. on Monday evenings. The meetings usually consist of a club devotion, business, and a program. The programs have been prepared by the program committee and have included educational movies, outside speakers, and discussion panels from the club members. Plans are being made to continue the Hi-Y program in Albemarle and grow from this good beginning. SENIOR OFFICERS George Causby President Joe Whitley Vice Preside7it Robert Scaggs Secretary Tommy Morris Treasurer Don Wagner ■ Chaplain Mr. Pat Hunt Adviser JUNIOR OFFICERS William Litaker President Jimmy Skidmore Vice President Leslie Swanner Secretary Keith Ryrd Treasurer Doug Knotts Chaplain Mr. Harry Lowder Adviser SOPHOMORE OFFICERS Bill Huckabee President Bob Boger Vice President Ted Mabry Secretary Frank Burrell Treasurer Charles McManus Chaplain Mr. Mott Price Adviser FRESHMAN Bobby Reeves Dan Sibley Lanny Ellis Lyndell T hompson Jimmy Griffin Mr. Hoyle Whitley OFFICERS Vice President President Secretary Treasurer Chaplain Adviser 50 TRI-HI-Y There are four Tri-Hi-Y Clubs in the high school with a total membership of ninety-six. The clubs meet twice each month at the Wiscassett Memorial Y.M.C.A. Each club has an adviser and carries out its individual pro- gram. Each meeting consists of a devotional, business, and program. The total program is aimed at developing Christian character as stated in the club purpose: “To create, main- tain, and extend throughout the home, school, and community high standards of Christian character.” The Co-ed Room which offers music for dancing, ping-pong, shuffle board, checkers, and carrom is opened to club mem- bers every Monday night after the regular club meeting. Many members take advantage of this opportunity for recreation. SENIOR Martha Griffith Martha Knight Lillian Copley J o Ann Burrell Lib Elder Miss Kyzer OFFICERS V ice President President Secretary Treasurer Chaplain Adviser JUNIOR OFFICERS Betty Burris President Paula Howard Vice President Patsy Williford Secretary Nancy Yow Treasurer Janet Helms Chaplain M iss Caldwell, Mrs. Westerlund Advisers SOPHOMORE M ARiLYN Greene Martha Rae Harris Carolyn Gaddy Marie Clayton Miss Bankett, Mrs. Lowder OFFICERS President Vice President Secretary Chaplain Advisers FRESHMAN OFFICERS Dixie Schadt Emily Morton Margaret Brunson Kay Snuggs Miss Harrison President Vice President Secretary Chaplain Adviser 51 DIVERSIFIED OCCUPATIONS The Diversified Occupations Club is composed of thirty- four eleventh and twelfth grade students training for a specific occupation. The vocational students attend school in the morn- ings and work in the afternoons. This enables a student to find his vocation while attending school, and at the same time serve his apprenticeship in his chosen trade. Talmadge Moose Joyce Cranford Roberta Kimrey Merrill Morris Mr. E. F. Wilson President Vice President Secretary T reasurer Co-ordinator 52 Do MUSIC ALBEMARLE HIGH SCHOOL BAND The Band, under the direction of Spencer B. Hatley, had a very successful year. This year the band participated in the Charlotte Christmas parade, and also performed at all the football games. It has increased in number from 38 to 53 since last year. The band has shown its variety by the different types of music played in the concerts. Their music ranges from the heavy classics to the lighter popular style. Spencer B. Hatley Frances Wingate Director Student Director 54 ALBEMARLE HIGH SCHOOL ORCHESTRA The Albemarle High School Orchestra, made up of members from the Band, is directed by Spencer Hatley. The Orchestra consists of fifteen members who have given their time to play for Stunt Night and several dances, including the Senior Dance. Jimmy Brown, Johnny Eagle, Carolyn Jones, Jean Starr, Jimmy Brown, Lindsey Jones, Frank Burrell, Johnny Boyett, Larry Hartsell, Donald Tucker, Peggy Sue Smith, and Lewis Hinson 55 MIXED CHORUS OFFICERS Joe Hudson President ' Joe McAnulty Vice President Jane Little Secretary Malcolm Lowder Treasurer Mr. Paul B. Fry Choral Director One hundred eighty choral students, divided into four large groups, a ninth grade chorus, girls’ chorus, boys’ chorus, and a mixed chorus consisting of senior high school students led an active life this year. 56 Under the direction of Paid B. Fry, they participated in a joint Christmas concert with Hickory High School chorus in Albemarle, the North Carolina District High School con- test at Catawba College in Salisbury, the Festival chorus at Greensboro, the annual Spring Concert, assembly program, the ninth grade operetta, and numerous church and civic engagements. 57 Layin ' out the duds . . . My achin’ back . . . Female exercise . . . This is rugged . . . Tube?? . . . Here I am . . . Up and at ’em . . . Don’t strain . . . More girls . . . Claud and Spence . . . Barrel . . . Homecoming . . . Off to the salt mines . . . Tip-off. 58 SPORTS 60 THE 1951 BULLDOGS Coaches: H. T. " Toby” Webb, Jr., Head Coach W. L. “Bill” Jeffords, “B” Team Coach Top Row: Ed Patterson, Whit Whitley, Doug Knotts, Leslie Swanner, Malcolm Lowder, Sidney Helms, Johnny Boyett Middle Row: James Gibson, Bruce Lowder, Gene Snuggs, Bud Griffith. Johnny Youngblood, Buddy Donaldson, Arthur Burris Bottom Row: Reid McLendon, Henry Farmer. Kent Whitley, Richard Dobv, Gharles Whitley, Kenny Brown, Bill Barnes, Frank Efird Coaches: E. M. “Bear " Knotts, Line Coach M. E. “Mott” Price, End Coach Pat Hunt, Line Coach Bottom: Skidmore, Manager; Snuggs, Causby, Donaldson, R. McLendon. K. Whitley, Doby, Boyett, S. McManus, Smith, Setzler, Honeycutt, Manager. Second: Knotts, Efird, K. Brown, Helms, Patterson, E. Whitley, Bowers, Holt, Gibson, S. McLendon, J. Brown, Burrell, T. Webb, Coach. Top: C. McManus, Manager; Huekabee, Bruton, Burris, Farmer, Youngblood, C. Whitley, M. Lowder, Byrd, Griffin, B. Lowder, Swanner. 61 Highlights of the 1951 Season The Albemarle Bulldogs had the most suc- cessful football season since Coach Toby Webb migrated to Albemarle. The Bulldogs won seven games, tied two, lost one, and finished third in the conference. The Albemarle line was made up of ‘ Whit” Whitley, C. Whitley, Doby, Donaldson, Mc- Lendon, K. Whitley, Boyette, Farmer, Helms, Burris, Barnes, Knotts, and Griffith. The back- field was paced by Patterson, Swanner, B. Lowder, Snuggs, M. Lowder, Brown, Gibson, and extra point kicker Bowers. The Bulldogs went to overrated Oxford for their opening game and came back with a 27-0 victory. Kannapolis was the next game which Albemarle took in their stride with a score of 24-0. The Bulldogs still rolling at their best re- ceived Monroe and downed them with a 27-0 victory. The Harding Rams slowed the Bulldogs down a bit, but Albemarle finally came out on top with “Tub” Bowers kicking two extra points for a 14-12 win. The Bulldogs came back against Statesville, strong on defense and weak on offense, with a 13-0 victory. Concord was picked for the Home Coming game. Patterson stole the show, with the help of ten more boys, scoring twenty-four points with Bowers kicking two points, a victory for Albemarle. When the next game came around it was the fight for the conference championship. Albemarle sank in the hands of Asheboro with only one score by Gene Snuggs and lost the conference with a 6-13 win for Asheboro. The last scheduled game was with Wades- boro. The Bulldogs squeezed through with a 7-6 victory. The J. C. Wash Bowl classic was an honor game played between the Bulldogs and the Yellow Jackets from Sanford, N. C. The ball- game ended in a 7-0 victory for Sanford. As this season ended, thirteen seniors had played their last high school football game. “Whit” Whitley, Ed Patterson, Henry Farmer, Bill Barnes, Sidney Helms, Malcolm Lowder, Frank Efird, Reid McLendon, Buddy Donald- son, Kenny Brown, Johnny Boyette, Arthur Burris, and Charles Whitley wound up their football careers at AHS. 1950 FOOTBALL RESULTS Albemarle 37 Oxford 0 Albemarle 24 Kannapolis 0 Albemarle 0 Gastonia 0 Albemarle 0 Lexington 0 Albemarle 27 Monroe 0 Albemarle 14 Harding 12 Albemarle 13 Statesville 0 Albemarle 26 Concord 0 Albemarle 6 Asheboro 13 Albemarle 7 Wadesboro 6 Albemarle 0 0 Sanford 7 154 6 31 0 ( Jaycee Wash-Bowl ) 62 BOYS’ BASKETBALL First Row: Charles Whitley, John Harwood, Kenny Brown, Joe McAnulty, Whit Whitley Second Row: Charles McManus, Manager; Claude Lawhorn, Charles Litaker, Ralph Setzler, Manager; Henry Carpenter, Claud Grigg, Bruce Lowder Third Row: Jimmy Skidmore, Bill Huckabee, Keith Byrd, Jimmy Scarboro, Don Wagner, Robert Scaggs, Bill Jeffords, Coach GIRLS’ BASKETBALL First Row, left to right: Patsy Pettit, Emily Milton, Evelyn Kimery, Nancy Jo Haynes, Paula Howard Second Row: Jeanette Dennis, Marshalline Smith, Elizabeth Elder, Kathryn Kimery, Peggy Morris, Betty Lynn Crowell, Betty Brunson, Patsy Williford, Miss Schell, Coach. Third Row: Catherine Atkins, Manager; Van Lowder, Sylvia Morrow, Kitty Talbert, Doris Hinson, Peggy Johnson, Shirley Deese, Betty Burris, Jean Barringer 63 Charles Whitley Forward John Harwood Guard “Whit” Whitley Center Kenny Brown Forward Joe McAnulty Guard Albemarle 42 Wadesboro 23 Albemarle 41 Lexington 33 Albemarle 40 Kannapolis 44 Albemarle 54 Monroe 29 Albemarle 36 Spencer 35 Albemarle 58 Mooresville 39 Albemarle 52 W adesboro 21 Albemarle 53 Concord 39 Albemarle 33 Kannapolis 48 Albemarle 43 Concord 39 Albemarle 40 Monroe 36 Albemarle 51 Lexington 62 Albemarle 50 Mooresville 41 Albemarle 31 Spencer 27 March 6-10 — Tournament at Statesville 195 64 Nancy Jo Haynes, Betty Brunson, Jean Barringer, Kathleen Talbert, Doris Hinson, Peggy Johnson, Evelyn Kimery, Kathryn Kimery Albemarle 49 Wadesboro 49 Albemarle 30 Lexington 61 Albemarle 41 Kannapolis 34 Albemarle 47 Monroe 46 Albemarle 36 Spencer 55 Albemarle 46 Mooresville 39 Albemarle 37 W adesboro 25 Albemarle 45 Concord 55 Albemarle 44 Kannapolis 39 Albemarle 42 Concord 49 Albemarle 21 Monroe 32 Albemarle 53 Lexington 54 Albemarle 55 Mooresville 39 Albemarle 34 Spencer 35 March 6-10 — Tournament at Statesville BASKETBALL 65 MONOGRAM CLUB Membership in the Albemarle High School Monogram Club is limited to those boys and girls who win letters in the athletic program of the high school. The main objectives of the club are the promotion of friendship, exemplification of good sports- manship, fostering the privileges and responsibilities that come with high school athletic participation, and the realization that the greatest heritage of youth is the right to play. Monogram sweaters are purchased with the funds raised through various projects promoted by the club during the school year. A navy sweater with a white chenille letter and sleeve stripe for each year of competition is the official monogram of Albe- marle High School. OFFICERS Charles Whitley President Sidney Helms Vice Presideiit Edward Patterson Secretary and Treasurer 66 CHEERLEADERS Kneeling, left to right: Margaret Brunson Ann Taylor Martha Rae Harris Standing: Patsy Pettit Betty Brunson Junior Josev Virginia Brown Dorothy Gaskin BOOSTERS CLUB OFFICERS Virginia Brown President Carolyn Akers Treasurer Myra Davis Vice President Jane Little Dance Chairman Lillian Copley Secretary Miss Mary Lillian Schell Sponsor 67 Compliments of Friend 68 W. E. Smith M. M. Palmer R. L. Smith Sons, Attvs. C. B. Miller Albemarle Building and Loan Association 185 N. Second St. Office in Hotel Albemarle Building Albemarle, North Carolina Phone 28 Save To Build Build To Save Sibley Manufacturing Company, Inc. Building Materials — Millwork — COAL LUMBER WOOD — Paints — Builders Hardware ALBEMARLE, NORTH CAROLINA 69 Compliments of STANLY HARDWARE COMPANY Distributors of MacGregor Goldsmith Sports Goods and Sports Equipment SERVICE DISTRIBUTING COMPANY WHOLESALE AND RETAIL PETROLEUM PRODUCTS One of North Carolina’ s Largest Industrial Distributors Phones 108-1180 With Stations in these leading cities: Mooresville Randleman Salisbury Forest City Asheboro Charlotte Statesville Fayetteville Wadesboro High Point Concord Thomasville Troy Lexington China Grove Winston-Salem 70 " Let Us Help Yon In A Home Of Your Own ” HOME BUILDERS ASSOCIATION 113 S. Second Street STANLY N EWS and PRESS Your County Newspaper Established 1880 Published by PRESS PRINTING COMPANY, INC. 71 Compliments of BURRELL BAKERY Albemarle Plumbing and Hearing Co., inc. Albemarle Oil Co., Inc. Distributors Plumbing and Heating Contractors Amoco Products ALBEMARLE, N. C. A Great Name on tlje Road Phones: Local 234 Long Distance 204 Phone 55 Compliments of GANTT RULANE GAS Compliments of SERVICE INC. Tappan Gas Ranges STANLY DAIRIES Gas Water Heaters Domestic and Commercial Heating STARNES Leading Jeweler Since 1898 Compliments of NEHI BEVERAGE CO. 73 K and L DRUG STORE Montgomery Avenue Compliments 0 Phone 1055 and 1255 and LOFTINS DRUG STORE HARTSELL 116 South Second St. Phone 389 FUNERAL HOME For complete prescription service we invite you to visit these stores. Sundries— Fountain Service— Cosmetics Albemarle, N. C. MOOSE ' S Compliments of Ladies’ Clothes Men’s Clothes Shoes CABARRUS BANK and TRUST CO. 141 WEST MAIN ST. ALBEMARLE, N. C. 74 CAROLINA REALTY and INSURANCE CO. 113 South Second St. Standard Office Equipment Co. Telephone 1190 141 S. Second S t. Complete Line H. L. Harris B. C. Parker of School Supplies Compliments of Compliments of ROSS STUDIO 215 W. Main St. WABZ Portrait and Commercial Photography 1010 on Your Dial " Portraits Make Treasured Gifts ” 75 Compliments of J. C. PENNY CO. Compliments of Morrow Brothers and Heath Co. ( Incorporated ) Dealers in HARDWARE - SEEDS and FERTILIZERS Lefler Furniture Co. LOFTINS FURNITURE Jewelry - Gifts Phone 1140 Phone 1 1 7 CONVENIENT TERMS AMBULANCE SERVICE 175 North Second Street Phone 97 ALBEMARLE, N. C. 76 T. F. MORGAN, President M. M. PALMER, Vice-President JAMES W. MORGAN, Sec.-Treas. Compliments of Morgan Insurance Agency, Inc. EFIRD’S P. O. Box 108 — Office Phone 585 DEPT. STORE Mutual Insurance — Dividends ALBEMARLE, N. C. Albemarle, N. C. Compliments of Albemarle G. C. McManus Co., Inc. Insurance Agency Albemarle, N. C. First National Bank Building Allis-Chalmers Farm Machinery Phone 90 Mack Trucks Albemarle, N. C. COSMETICS CANDIES SUNDRIES THE DRUG CENTRE A Professional Drug Service 121 N. First St. Phone 1131 Albemarle, N. C. Compliments of Compliments of PURCETL DRUG CO. The professional drug store STANLY FOOD CENTER Phones 46-1041 Compliments of Compliments of CHIC DRESS SHOP LORCH PLUMBING CO. Compliments of Meet your friends at QUALITY CLEANERS PHILLIPS DRUG STORE Phones 21 63 78 “It pays to look well” . . . Central Barber Shop Compliments of South Second St. Phone 553 SOSSAMON Albemarle, N. C. FURNITURE CO. Fred O. Harwood Theo. V. Harwood Elworth Plyler P. J. Huneycutt Co. Compliments of Furniture, Jewelry, and Appliances Cread McManus Motors Phone 69 Compliments of E. B. Stone Finance Co. of Albemarle, N. C. CREED McMANUS, Mgr. Compliments of VOGUE BEAUTY SHOP 310 Montgomery Ave. STILL OIL CO. Compliments of Phone 340 Wholesale and Retail Fuel Oil — Gasoline — Motor Oils East Main Street Albemarle, N. C. MAXWELL BROS. 79 IVEY’S FLORIST Compliments of Flowers, Plants, Funeral Designs 1012 Pee Dee Ave. — Phone 146 SOUTHERN FLOUR MILLS Albemarle, N. C. Member F.T.D. Compliments of DIXION’S GROCERY “Quality is our Policy” ECONOMY AUTO SUPPLY We Deliver Phone 1038 314 E. Main St. Compliments of ARCHERS BARBECUE Wholesale and Retail We specialize in preparing HERLOCKE1VS SERVICE for parties and feeds. Phone 1134 GABLE’S INC. LOWDER HARDWARE CO., INC. “Where you always get the Best Norge G. E. Home App. ALBEMARLE RETREADING CO. ATKINS SUPER MARKET U.S. Tires and Batteries Self Service Meats — Groceries Produce Compliments of MORGAN MOTOR CO. PECK’S FLORIST Pontiac Sales Service Phone 252 Phones : Service 533 — Office 1057 DAIRY CENTER At the sign of the Banana Split on the Norwood Road Compliments of QUALITY GROCERY POWDER’S FLORIST WILHELMS ESSO SERVICE Phones 1380-1381 Phone 762 224 West Main St. N. Second Street “Flowers For All Occasions’’ 80 Compliments of Compliments of SEALTEST ICE CREAM RIFF ' S Phone 442 WHITE FRONT MOTOR COMPANY Compliments of Willys Cars — Trucks — Jeeps SALES AND SERVICE PEPPER POT GRILL Albemarle, N. C. Compliments of Compliments of A FRIEND CITY NEWS Compliments of “Say It With Flowers” HARWOOD ' S FLORIST TIME SPORTING GOODS COMPANY Norwood Road — Albemarle, N. C. Member T. D. S. Compliments of Compliments of SUGGS FURNITURE COMPANY RUCK’S CLEANERS Compliments of T. . T. MOTORS, INC. S tu debaker Cars — Trucks LOWDER BROTHERS SUPER MARKET Sales Service Five Points — Phone 1033 MILLER ' S INC. Compliments of REAL ESTATE - INSURANCE RAYLASS DEPARTMENT STORE CONTRACTION Telephone 900 Albemarle, N. C. Cabarrus Bank Bldg. ALAMEDA THEATRE “ Nothing But The Best In Pictures” Home of Metro-Goldwyn Mayer, Warner Bros., First National, 20th Century Fox Pictures Matinee Daily 1 3 P.M.— Night 7 9 P.M. Saturday Continuous showing from 1:00 P.M. Compliments of NELLE ' S 115 North Second St. Albemarle, N. C. 81 Compliments of STANLY LUMBER CO. Compliments of BELK’S DEPARTMENT STORE Elder Albemarle’s Leading Department Wholesale Co. Store Albemarle, N. C. 82 AUTOGRAPHS AUTOGRAPHS


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