Albemarle High School - Crossroads Yearbook (Albemarle, NC)

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TAYL©R YEARBOOK COMPANY DALLAS, TEXAS 7 ay for- made MEANS BETTER YEARBOOKS THE 1952 Annual Publication of ALBEMARLE HIGH SCHOOL NANCY JO HAYNES Editor JOE GASKIN Business Manager MISS MILDRED KYZER Advisor FOREWORD One hundred years ago, the character- istics of a Southern gentleman were chi- valry and gallantry. Southern belles were noted for their wide sweeping hooped skirts, and the Southland as a whole was renowned for its beauty and charm. Now we of several generations later are proud of this, our Southern heritage. We hope that this 1952 annual will remind you of this heritage and will recall along with it your years and friends here in Albemarle High School. DEDICATION For the few months that he spent here and brought a little Southern humor and light to us, we are proud and happy to dedicate the 1952 CROSSROADS to . . . MR. PAUL LENTZ MR. J. L. CASHWELL Mr. Cashwell has been principal of Albemarle High School for two years, during which time he has done much to make this a better school. He has made many friends due to his likable personality and friendly interest in all that happens around him. ADMINISTRATION MR. CLAUD GRIGG Mr. Grigg, recognized as one of the top educa- tors in the state, has been superintendent of this city school system for eighteen years. Through his never tiring efforts and service he has helped to make Albemarle High School one of the top schools in North Carolina. INEZ BANKETT Business CHICORA CAUGHMAN Mathematics MRS. WARREN COBLE Home Economics PAUL B. FRY Choral Music MRS. PAUL. B. FRY English CATHERINE HARRISON Bible R. C. HATLEY Science SPENCER HATLEY Band MRS. WALLACE IVEY Eighth Grade BILL JEFFORDS History Physical Education MILDRED KYZER Business PAUL LENTZ Sociology History FACULTY MRS. MAZEL BOWLES LYKE Biology MRS. A. S. LYNN Eighth Grade PEARLE MICHAEL Mathematics LILLIAN MISENHEIMER English MRS. DWIGHT B. MORRIS French and English J. C. MORRIS Industrial Arts FACULTY ALMA RAE MORTON Secretary MRS. MOTT SAUNDERS Eighth Grade MARY LILLIAN SCHELL Physical Education HENRY T. WEBB, JR. Physical Education MRS. FRANK W. WESTERLUND History and English E. F. WILSON Diversified Occupations ■■ — — i CLASSES SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS HAROLD SMITH Presidenf KEiTH BYRD Vice Presided JEAN BARRINGER Secretary V. L. HARWOOD Treasurer MOTTO — Built for character, not for fame. COLORS— Blue and White FLOWER — Pink Carnation SENIORS Betty Aldridge A good heart is worth gold. FHA; Ninth Grade Chorus; Grade Operetta. D.O. Student; Ninth O ' Lema Aldridge A smile in her eyes. Sponsor; Student Council; Ninth Grade Chorus; Boosters ' Club; FHA; Science Fair; Stunt Night; Field Day; Intramurals; Library Club; Homeroom Officer. Donald Almond With a song in his heart. Boys ' State Delegate; B-Team Football; Mixed Chorus; Junior Play Cast; Boosters ' Club; Dramatics; Hi-Y; Homeroom Officer; Stunt Night; Field Day; Intra- murals; Science. Fair. Donald Archer No storm ever ruffled his thoughts. Boosters ' Club; Homeroom Officer; D.O. Student; D.O. Basketball; Science Fair; Stunt Night; Field Day; Intramurals. Catherine Atkins Wit makes its own welcome. Annual and Full Moon Staff; Basketball Mgr.; Mono- gram Club; Stunt Night; Rep. at State Fair; Field Day; Intramurals; Speaking and Writing Club, Pres.; Junior Play Cast; Delegate N. C. Library Assn.; Scholarship Com. Dramatics; Boosters ' Club; Tri-Hi-Y, Chaplain; Senior Banquet Waitress; Ninth Grade Chorus; Prom Com. Jimmy Austin Happy am I; from care I am free. Boosters ' Club; Dramatics Club; Hi-Y; Stunt Night; Field Day; Intramurals. Nancy Austin As merry as the day is long. Student Council; Mixed Chorus; Boosters ' Club; Ninth Grade Chorus; Science Fair; Prom Com.; Annual Staff; Usher for Junior Play; Ninth Grade Operetta. Marie Barbee Thy modesty is a candle to thy merit. Girls ' Chorus; Boosters ' Club; FHA, Parliamentarian; Science Fair; Stunt Night; Field Day; Intramural Basketball. Rossie Barfield A true and industrious friend. Transferred; D.O. Student; Stunt Night. Jean Barringer I am a part of all that I have met. Senior Class Officer; Annual Staff; Monogram, Boost- ers ' , and Dramatics Club; Varsity Basketball, Co-Cap- tain; Student Council; Homeroom Officer; Senior Banquet Waitress; Stunt Night; Field Day; Intramurals; Athlete of Month; Tri-Hi-Y; Ninth Grade Chorus. Jimmy Brown For he ' s a jolly good fellow. Snapshot Editor of Annual; Student Rotarian; B-Team Football; Drum Major 4; Band; Orchestra; Boosters ' Club; Dramatics; Hi-Y, Pres.; School Photographer; Stunt Night; Science Fair; Intramurals. Betty Brunson A thousand girls in one. Who ' s Who; Annual Staff; Full Moon Staff; Mono- gram Club 2; Dramatics; Vice Pres, of Boosters ' Club; Athlete of Month; Varsity Basketball; Stunt Night; Intramurals; Cheerleader, Chief, I; Sponsor; Field Day; Mixed Chorus; Eighth Grade Chorus; Tri-Hi-Y, Secretary. Clara Jane Burleson She was a girl of quiet ways. D.O. Student; Boosters ' Club; Field Day; Science Fair; Intramurals. Audrey Burris Silence is sweeter than speech. Girls ' Chorus; Stunt Night; Prom Com.; Science Fair. Betty Burris Joy rides as like a summer moon. Varsity Basketball; Boosters ' Club; Dramatics; Tri-Hi- Y, Pres.; FHA; Library Club; Ninth Grade Chorus; Stunt Night; Field Day; Prom Com.; Annual Staff. Keith Byrd Love is life ' s greatest pleasure. Vice Pres, of Senior Class; Sports Editor of Annual; Student Lion; Monogram Club 2; Varsity Football 2; Varsity Basketball 2; Student Council; Mixed Chorus; Vice Pres.; Boosters ' Club; Dramatics; Officer of Inter Club Council; Hi-Y; Athlete of Month; Home- room Officer; Ninth Grade Chorus; Field Day; Intra- murals. J. H. Galloway Ambition has no risk. Transferred from New London. Henry Carpenter To live is to love. Pres, of Junior Class; Commencement Marshall; An- nual Staff; Full Moon Staff; Assembly Com.; Varsity Basketball 2; Student Council; Mixed Chorus; Boost- ers ' Club; Dramatics; Hi-Y, Sec., Vic e Pres.; Eighth Grade Chorus; Stunt Night; Field Day; I nt.ramurals; Tumbling. Ruth Clark Quiet, gentle, sedate, and calm. FHA; Science Fair; Cafeteria Worker. Joe Clayton He, the sweetest of all seniors. Varsity Football; Student Council; Boys ' Quartet; Mixed Chorus; Boys ' Chorus; Boosters ' Club 2; Home- room Officer 2; Ninth Grade Chorus; Dramatics; Field Day; Stunt Night. Kenneth Coley A little friend of all the world. Dramatics; D.O. Student; Science Fair; Stunt Night; Field Day; Intramurals (Football and Basketball). Marie Corbett Quiet, unassuming, and dependable. Transferred from Norwood and Endy High Schools; Glee Club; FHA; Waitress at Senior Banquet. Jimmy Crisco Zealous, yet modest. Intramurals (Basketball and Tennis); D.O. Student. h + t r i— L _ _i— m 1 jjjMflr . «rv 1 1 ife ' i 1 i " A. ‘ . 1 m I Barbara Crowell Ho sweet and fair she seems to be. Vice Pres, of National Honor Society; Full Moon Editor; Delegate to Press Institute; D.A.R. Good Citizen; Junior Class Sec.; Marshall; Who ' s Who; Annual Staff; Assembly Com. Co-Chairman; Ninth Grade Chorus; Stunt Night. Betty Lynn Crowell Thou Hast the fatal gift of beauty. Annual Staff; Full Moon Staff; Varsity Basketball; Sponsor; Boosters ' Club; Dramatics; Stunt Night; Tri- Hi-Y; Eighth Grade Chorus; Field Day; Intramurals. Ann Reeder Daniel Here ' s a maiden happy and gay. Annual Staff; Full Moon Staff; Mixed Chorus; Tri-Hi- Y; Dramatics; Boosters ' Club; Eighth Grade Chorus; Stunt Night; Prom Com.; Field Day; Intramurals. Betty Davis Ever ready to do a kind deed. Mixed Chorus; Tri-Hi-Y; Ninth Grade Chorus; D.O. Student; Field Day; Student Placement Service. Mary Ann Dennis Not too serious; not too gay. Boosters ' Club; Dramatics; Tri-Hi-Y; FHA; Ninth Grade Chorus; D.O. Student; Stunt Night; Field Day; Intramural Basketball; Prom Com. Johnny Eagle A good deed is never lost. Annual Staff; Band 3; Orchestra 2; Eighth Grade Chorus; Stunt Night; Field Day; Intramurals; Prom Com.; Dance Band; Dog House Four; Band Award; Cornet Solo. Joe Gaskin Knowledge is power. National Honor Society; Business Manager of Annual; Sports Editor Full Moon; Hi-Y; Inter-Club Council Officer; Eighth Grade Chorus; Science Fair; Stunt Night; Field Day; Intramurals; Chairman Publicity Com. Jo Ann Griffin A tender heart; a will inflexible. National Honor Society; Typing Editor of Annual; News Editor of Full Moon; Library Club; Homeroom Officer; Ninth Grade Chorus; Science Fair; Intra- murals. Margaret Griffin Gentle of speech, beneficient of mind. National Honor Society; Full Moon Staff; Assembly Com.; Mixed Chorus; FHA; Bible Club, Officer. Bud Griffith Happiness consists in activity. Monogram Club 2, Trea .; Varsity Football 2; Mixed Chorus; Stunt Night; Boosters ' Club; Dramatics; Ninth Grade Chorus; Science Fair; Field Day; Thtramurals (Football and Basketball). Elizabeth Hagans Not much talk — a sweet silence. Ninth Grade Chorus; Stunt Night; Home Economics Club. Kenneth Hall To be strong is to be happy. Photography Editor of Annual; B-Team Football; Legion and High School Baseball 2; Mixed Chorus; Hi-Y; Boosters ' Club; Dramatics; School Photographer; Homeroom Officer; Intramurals; Intramural Chairman; Field Day; Stunt Night. Marlene Harrington Love, and be loved. Ninth Grade Chorus; Dramatics; Tri-Hi-Y; Girls ' Chorus; Boosters ' Club; Science Fair; Stunt Night; Field Day; Intramural Basketball; D.O. Student. V. L. Harwood The way to have a friend is to be one. Senior Class Officer; Boosters ' Club; Dramatics; Science Fair; Stunt Night; Cafeteria Worker; Annual Staff; Homeroom Officer; Library Club. Nancy Jo Haynes She betters the world by living. National Honor Society; Editor of Annual; Delegate to Press Institute; Full Moon Staff; Mixed Chorus; Sponsor; Varsity Basketball; Boosters ' Club; Dramatics; Stunt Night; Monogram Club; Speaking and Writing Club. Janet Helms A smile her day. Boosters ' Club; Dramatics; Tri-Hi-Y, Chaplain; FHA; Library Club; Stunt Night; Intramural Basketball. Angeline Hopkins The good and wise lead quiet lives. U ' .S. History Award Winner; Waitress at Senior Ban- quet; D.O. Student; Science Fair; Stunt Night; FHA. Larry Hopkins A merry heart lives long. D.O. Student; Stunt Night; Field Day; Intramurals; D.O. Basketball. P aula Howard The Fairest garden in her looks. Who ' s Who; Annual Staff; Full Moon Staff; Mono- gram Club, Secretary I; Varsity Basketball 2; Sponsor; Homecoming Queen; Miss Princess Albemarle, Mixed Chorus; Boosters ' Club; Dramatics; Tri-Hi-Y, Vice Pres.; Homeroom Officer; Waitress at Senior Banquet; Intramurals; Junior Play Cast; Eighth Grade Chorus; Prom Com.; Publicity Com.; Stunt Night, Constitution Com. Gene Huneycutt All the world is a comedy. Vice Pres, of Junior Class; Boosters ' Club; Mgr. of teams 4; Boosters ' Club; Dramatics; Science Fair; Stunt Night; Field Day; Intramurals. Virginia Helms Full of chatter, full of pep. National Honor Society; Annual Staff; Full Moon Staff; Mixed Chorus; Boosters ' Club; Dramatics; Tri-Hi-Y; Stunt Night; Field Day; Intramurals; Eighth Grade Chorus; Prom Com.; Reporter to Stanly News and Press; Junior Play Cast. Theo Hinson Happy the man who enjoys life. Transferred from New London; Science Fair; Intra- murals. Helen Hitchcock Happy and content. Girls ' Chorus; FHA; Ninth Grade Chorus; D.O. Stu- dent; Science Fair; Field Day. Virginia Hollingsworth She ' s a star in somebody ' s sky. Boosters ' Club; FHA; Waitress at Senior Banquet; D.O. Student; Science Fair. Louise Honeycutt I have all I ' ve ever enjoyed. FHA; Stunt Night; Cafeteria Worker; Home Eco- nomics Club; Eighth Grade Chorus. Jimmy Hunsucker Easy come, easy go. Hi-Y; Science Fair; Stunt Night. Carolyn Jones A good nature conquers all. National Honor Society; Band 5; Orchestra; Boosters ' Club; Science Fair; Waitress at Senior Banquet; Field Day; Sec. of Band; Asst. Student Dir. of Band; Recep- tionist at Water Plant for Science Dept.; Homeroom Com. Lindsay Jones So well he plays every part. Band 5; Orchestra; Dramatics; Stunt Night; Field Day; Intramurals; Junior Play Cast; Student Dir. of Band. Junior Josey A nimble wit has he. Band Officer; Cheerleader; Full Moon Staff; Orches- tra; Boosters ' Club; Dramatics; Tennis Team; Stunt Night; Intramurals; Dance Band; Dog House Four; Radio Club. Bobby Kelly Work while you work, but play often. Band; D.O. Student; Science Fair; Stunt Night; Field Day; Intramurals. Kathryn Kimrey Pretty, smart, and athletic too. National Honor Society; Monogram Club; Co-Capt. Varsity Basketball 2; Tri-Hi-Y; Athlete of Month; FHA; Homeroom Officer; Waitress at Senior Ban- quet; D.O. Student; Stunt Night; Field Day; Junior Play Cast; Ninth Grade Chorus. Lewis Kluttz When I think, I must speak. Annual Staff; Full Moon Staff; Field Day; Boosters ' Club; Dramatics; Tri-Hi-Y; Homeroom Officer; Eighth Grade Chorus; Junior Play Cast; Science Fair; Stunt Night; Speaking and Writing Club; Intramurals. Most Original NANCY JO HAYNES DAVID MORROW Most Influential BARBARA CROWELL JIMMY SKIDMORE Best Dancers SYLVIA MORROW JIMMY BROWN Most Dependable PATSY PETTIT HAROLD SMITH SENIOR SlIPEI Most Studious JO ANN GRIFFIN DAVID PLOWMAN Best Looking BETTY CROWELL JOE CLAYTON Friendliest EMILY MILTON V. L. HARWOOD Best Athletes KATHRYN KIMREY LESLIE SWANNER ATIVES Most Versatile PATSY WILLFORD DOUG KNOTTS Wittiest JOYCE LEWIS JUNIOR JOSEY Most Likely to Succeed CAROLYN JONES JOE GASKIN Most Popular BETTY BRUNSON KEITH BYRD Doug Knotts He plays hard, clean, and fair. Sports Editor of Annual; Student Lion; Who ' s Who; Full Moon Staff; Shrine Bowl; Monogram Club 2, Pres.; Varsity Football 3; Co-Captain I; All State; All Southern; All Conference; Boosters ' Club; Dra- matics; Hi-Y; Athlete of Month; Homeroom Officer; Field Day; Intramurals; Chairman of Sportsmanship Com.; High School All American. Jerry Laton I take life easy, with no regrets. D.O. Student; Stunt Night; Field Day; Intramurals. Joyce Lewis She gives others a cheerful day. Mixed Chorus; Girls ' Chorus; Boosters ' Club; Dra- matics; FHA; Homeroom Officer; Science Fair; Field Day; Intramural Basketball. Bill Lisk Quietness is the virtue of man. Homeroom Officer; Ninth Grade Chorus; D.O. Stu- dent; Science Fair; Stunt Night; Intramurals. James Lisk Height adds to dignity. Mixed Chorus; Junior School Photographer; Library Club; Science Fair; Stunt Night; Field Day. William Litaker He is wise; follow him. Pres. Student Body; Treas. National Honor Society; Vice Pres. Student Body; Chief Marshall; Who ' s Who; Assembly Com.; Student Council; Band; Boosters ' Club; Hi-Y; Science Fair; Stunt Night; Field Day; I ntramurals. Betty Jean Lowder Friendship improves happiness. Boosters ' Club; FHA; Library Club; Ninth Grade Chorus; Prom Com.; Dramatics;. Science Fair; Stunt Night; Field Day; Cafeteria Worker. Bruce Lowder His life shall never lack a friend. Sports Editor of Full Moon; Student Lion; Annual Staff; Monogram Club 2; Varsity Football 3; Honor- able Mention All State; Varsity Basketball 2; Hi-Y; Dramatics; Boosters ' Club; Pres. Athlete of Month; Intramurals; Mixed Chorus; Stunt Night; Field Day. Nancy Lowder In every thought sincere. Annual Staff; Boosters ' Club; Prom Com.; FHA; Li- brary Club; Officer of Inter-Club Council; Tri-Hi-Y; Treas. Homeroom; Science Fair; Cafeteria Worker. Helen Luther Sober, steadfast, and demure. Delegate to Tri-Hi-Y Convention; Boosters ' Club; FHA; Bible Club; Science Fair; Tri-Hi-Y. Emily Milton Good things come in small packages. Literary Editor of Annual; Full Moon Staff; Varsity Basketball; Sponsor; Boosters ' and Dramatics Clubs; Tri-Hi-Y Officer; Eighth Grade Chorus; Intramurals; Prom Com.; Radio Club, Sec. Jane McDowell A clever mind is an attribute. Boosters ' Club; FHA; Science Fair; Stunt Night; Cafeteria Cashier; Home Economics Club; V.F.W. Award. Jerry Morris Willing to help in whatever he may. Mixed Chorus; Ninth Grade Operetta; D.O. Student; Science Fair; Stunt Night; Field Day. Peggy Morris It is well to think well. Full Moon Staff; Assembly Com.; Varsity Basketball; Mixed Chorus; Boosters ' Club; Tri-Hi-Y; Bible Club, Pres.; Waitress for Senior Banquet; Ninth Grade Chorus; Science Fair; Intramurals. Roger Morris Here ' s a guy you ought to meet. Annual Staff; Full Moon Staff; Mixed Chorus; Boost- ers ' Club Officer; Science Fair; Stunt Night; Field Day; Prom Com.; Intramurals. David Morrow Music is the speech of angels. Mixed Chorus; Dramatics; Hi-Y; Junior Play Cast; Homeroom Officer; Science Fair; Stunt Night; Intra- murals (Basketball and Football). Nancy Morrow Love lay thy phobias to rest. Asst. Editor of Annual; Assembly Com.; Mixed Cho- rus; Student Council; Sponsor; Boosters ' Club; Dra- matics; Junior Play Cast; Homeroom Officer; Ninth Grade Chorus; Intramurals. Sylvia Morrow My heart is ever at thy service. National Honor Society; Annual Staff; Full Moon Staff; Assembly Com.; Varsity Basketball; Mixed Ch orus; Boosters ' Club; Dramatics; Tri-Hi-Y; Home- room Officer; Eighth Grade Chorus; Stunt Night; Field Day; Intramurals; Prom Com. Glenn Morton Youth calls for pleasure. D.O. Student. Hamilton Morton A true gentleman. Annual Staff; Full Moon Staff; Mixed Chorus; Varsity Football; Intramurals; Delegate to Southern States Hi-Y Conv ention; Stunt Night; Field Day; Monogram Club; Dramatics; Boosters’ Club. Mickey Morton Happiness is cheaper than worry. Girls ' Ensemble; Mixed Chorus; Library Club, Vice Pres., Patsy Pettit Sweet as the breath of roses. National Honor Society; Full Moon Staff; Annual Staff; Marshal; Student Council; Mixed Chorus; Boosters ' Club; Tri-Hi-Y; Homeroom Officer; Stunt Night; Field Day; Intramurals; Prom Com.; Speaking and Writing Club. David Plowman His mind is his kingdom. Treasurer Student Body; Full Moon Staff; Student Council; Hi-Y; Prom Com.; Science Fair; Intramurals. Laura Plyler True loyalty as a friend. FHA; Waitress at Senior Banquet; Science Fair; Prom Com.; Guide at Water Plant for Science Dept. Randell Plyler And let there be music. Boys ' Quartet; Mixed Chorus; Ninth Grade Chorus; Science Fair; Stunt Night; Field Day. Hilda Poplin Modesty is the b eauty for womanhood. Mixed Chorus; Girls ' Chorus; B-Team Basketball; Stunt Night; Homeroom Officer; Science Fair; Intra- mural Basketballs Tommie Poplin A merry heart, a merry smile. Mixed Chorus; Dramatics; Junior Play Cast; FHA; Homeroom Officer; Ninth Grade Chorus; Science Fair; Annual Staff; Ninth Grade Operetta. Sue Redfern She who wins is the one who works. National Honor Society; Chairman of Scrapbook Committee; Annual Staff; Full Moon Staff; Mixed Chorus; Sponsor, Girls ' Ensemble; Boosters ' Club; FHA Club; Homeroom Officer; Waitress at Senior Banquet; Ninth Grade Chorus; Stunt Night; Intra- murals. Betty Sue Rogers Always willing to work. National Honor Society; Boosters ' Club; Dramatics; FHA; Bible Club; Science Fair; Stunt Night; Field Day; Annual Staff. Doris Rogers All is possible for a loving heart. Feature Editor of Full Moon; Annual Staff; Boosters ' Club; Dramatics; Stunt Night; Field Day; Intramurals; Junior Play Committee; Receptionist at Water Plant Opening; State Fair; Writing and Speaking Club; Eighth Grade Chorus. Carrie Mae Russell A smile is the nicest thing I know. FHA; Library Club; Science Fair; Stunt Night; Field Day; Waitress at Senior Banquet. Jane Russell She ' s dependable — that ' s commendable. National Honor Society; Secretary of Student Body; Managing Editor of Full Moon; Annual Staff; Mixed Chorus; Student Council; Sponsor; Prom Com.; Speak- ing and Writing Club; Welcome Committee Chair- man; Field Day; Ninth Grade Chorus; Waitress at Senior Banquet; Homeroom Officer; Dramatics; Boost- ers ' Club. Joe L. Russell Men of few words are fhe besf men. Intramural Basketball; Stunt Night; Science Fair; D.O. Student. Kenneth Russell Man is the merriest of all species. Varsity Football; Boosters ' Club; Library Club; Sci- ence Fair; Stunt Night; Field Day; Intramural Basket- ball and Football. Janice Scott A bashful maiden, meek and mild. Library Club; Homeroom Officer; Ninth Grade Cho- rus; Science Fair; Cafeteria Worker. Kathryn Shaver She ' s a laughing, peppy dame. Girls ' Chorus; FHA Club; Library Club; Science Fair. Jimmy Skidmore Character is the key to success. Pres. National Honor Society; Student Rotarian; Delegate to Student Council Convention; Marshall; Asst. Business Manager of Annual; Full Moon Staff; Student Council; Monogram Club; Manager of Teams; Varsity Basketball; Boosters ' Club; Homeroom Officer; Dramatics; Tennis Team; Field Day; Intramurals. Harold Smith He was a bright and shining light. Senior Class Pres.; B-Team Football; Student Council; Science Fair; Stunt Night; Intramurals. Marjoria Stutts Her smile likens unto sunshine. Transferred from R. J. Reynolds High School; Spon- sor; Girls ' Chorus; Boosters ' Club. Leslie Swanner His popularity, the envy of all. Student Rotarian; Who ' s Who; Business Manager Full Moon; Monogram Club; Varsity Basketball 3; Varsity Football 4, Co-Captain I ; Mixed Chorus; Honorable Mention All State; Athlete of Month; Boosters ' Club; Hi-Y; Homeroom Officer; Field Day. ■Mitt Alton Talbert Gaily the troubadour touched his guitar. Annual Staff; Boys ' Chorus; Homeroom Officer; Ninth Grade Chorus; Science Fair; Stunt Night; Field Day. Jean Taylor This young lady is very sweet. Student Council; Boosters ' Club; Homeroom Officer; Science Fair; Prom Com.; Bible Club; Intramural Basketball. Leroy Thorpe Why should life all labor be? D.O. Student; Stunt Night. Larry Tucker His heart of constant youth. Band; Science Fair; Intramural (Basketball and Foot- ball). Charlie Walter That ' s what I love about the South. Art Editor of Annual; Boosters ' Club; Homeroom Officer; Science Fair; Stunt Night; Prom Com. Kenneth Whitley My only books were woman ' s looks. D.O. Student; Homeroom Officer; Science Fair; Field Day; Intramural (Basketball and Football). Patsy Williford Character is higher than intellect. National Honor Society; Delegate to Girls ' State; Marshal; Annual Staff; Assembly Com., Co-Chairman; Mixed Chorus; Student Council; Basketball I; Man- ager 1; Stunt Night; Field Day; Intramural Basketball; Boosters ' Club; Dramatics; Tri-Hi-Y Officer; Home- room Officer, Waitress at Senior Banquet. Johnny Youngblood Slow to move, fast to make friends. Annual Staff; Full Moon Staff; Monogram Club 2; Band; Mixed Chorus; Varsity Football; Boosters’ Club; Dramatics; Ninth Grade Chorus; Stunt Night; Field Day; School Electrician; Intramurals. Nancy Yow So Silent are her ways. Annual Staff; Boosters ' Club; Club; Bible Club; Science Hi-Y Convention. Tri-Hi-Y Officer; FHA Fair; Delega te to Tri- Sen iors not pictured Jimmy Baldwin Frances Carr-ikbr Donald Frick Ann Swaringen OUR MASCOTS FREDDY HARPER HARRIET ALMOND JUNIORS OFFICERS JAMES GIBSON President BILL HUCKABEE Vice President AVANELLE OSBORNE Secretary BERNICE ROSCOE Treasurer Glenn Almond Bob Archer Larry Bowers Marie Clayton Sally Ausband David Bruton Ellen Cook Wayne Barringer Frank Burrell Ruth Ann Copley Buddy Boone Evelyn Burris Bob Corriher J. C. Boone Peggy Cathey Larry Crisco JUNIORS Mona Crofts Jeanette Dennis Willie Curlee James Dennis Doug Davis Gene Deese Marion Davis Shirley Deese Sandra Davis Carolyn Doby Harvey Fowler Marilyn Green Dwight Efird Betty Gantt F. E. Efird James Gibson Darrell Frick Doris Gurley Carolyn Gaddy Betty Ha ire JUNIORS Pat Haire Dalton Hathcock Harold Harkey Coy Herrin Janelle Harrington Mary L. Helms Colleene Harris Louise Hinson Bill Huckabee Barbara Huneycutt Nelda Huneycutt Mildred Huneycutt Jewel Kiser Claude Lawhorn Shirley Lisk Barbara Lowder A Martha Harris Larry Holt 4 . j Mildred James Peggy Jo Lowder JUNIORS Robert Lowder Peggy Morris Ted Mabry Aveline Morton Clayton Mauldin Donald Morton Richard Mauldin Mary Morton Carolyn Miller Shirley Morton Betty Moyle Patsy Page Jeanette McLendon Donald Perry Made McLester Bernice Roscoe Charles McManus Betty Rummage Avenele Osborne Betty Russell JUNIORS Douglas Sasser Helen Starr Robert Shaver Kay Thomas Janet Smith Jerry Travwick Raygene Smith Janet Troutman Larry Stallings Jean Tucker ,) i ft- Afl Gary Waisner Ann Whitlock Ann Walter Patsy Willhelm Julie Ussery Judy Whitley Betty Vanhoy Neil Whitley T rudie Weaver Carolyn Williams SOPHOMORES OFFICERS RALPH SETZLER MYRON SNOTHERLY DORETHA BOONE CRAIG SMITH President Vice President- Secretary Treasurer Sherrill Aldridge Alton Almond Patty Almond Jeanette Almond Jo Ann Atkins George Barringer Georgia Beaver Doretha Boone Jean Brewer Bobby Brooks Jimmy Brown Margaret Brunson Betty Jean Burleson Jimmie Burleson Peggy Burleson Carolene Burris Claudette Chandler Doretta Cole C. B. Crook, Jr. Sally Crook Delaine Curlee Ronnie Curlee R. B. Cox Peggy Davis Patricia Dennis Laura Doby Victor Dry Betty Early SOPHOMORES i Lanny Ellis Barbara Eudy Nancy Farmer Mary Foreman J. W. Foster Dwain Furr Roger Furr Margaret Gilbert Janet Glover Jimmie Griffin Claud Grigg Kafhryn Groves Lydia Hall Billie Harris Larry Hartsell Lowell Hartsell Larry Hearne Doris Hinson Barbara Holt Jeanette Howard Sue Hunsucker Ann Ivey Evelyn Kimrey Say Lambert SOPHOMORES r Betty Lefler Dwayne Lowder Vann Lowder Doris Luther Arthur Lynn Steve McLendon Barbara McSwain Eugene Miller James Millican Jeanette Morgan Wayne Morris Emily Morton Louvine Morton Neil Morton Peggy Morton Ellen Palmer Nellie Pickier Harold Price Bobby Reeves Margaret Reeves Rochelle Ritchie Joann Rummage Melvin Rushing Ann Russell SOPHOMORES Pauline Russell Dixie Schadt Ralph Setzler Yvonne Sheppard Dan Sibley Keith Sikes Susie Skidmore Craig Smith Kenneth Smith Louisa Smith Marshaline Smith Peggy Smith Myron Snotherly Kay Snuggs Grace Speight Shirley Swaringen tarry Talbert Lula Thomas Hallie Thompson James Thompson Lendall Thompson Marvin Thompson Ben Treece Vance Troutman SOPHOMORES Larry Tucker Richard Tucker Danny Vismore Delores Waisner Jo Ann Ward Joe Whitley Sylvia Whitley Larry Yow First row: P. Allen, J. Baldwin, J. Barbee, M. Barbee, R. Barringer, B. Beeker, C. Bingham, K. Blalock. Second row: J. Blankenship, R. Bost, N. Burleson, B. Burris, B. J. Burris, F. Cagle, D. Cashwell, K. Chance. Third row: L. Chance, M. Clark, P. Clark. First row: D. Coley, J. Cooke, A. Corbett, M. Cox, N. Crisco, K. Davis. Second row: M. Davis, H. Dennis, A. Doby, C. Doby, S. Doby, K. Efird, M. Etird, W. Efird. Third row: D. Ellis, O. Eudy, W. Eudy, J. Eury, S. J. Eury, R. Freeman, J. Fuller, S. Furr. F R First row: E. Gaddy, L. Gantt, P. Greer, P. Harper, M. Harward, E. Hatley, Edward Hatley, V. Hatley. Second row: J. Hinson, E. Howard, E. Hudson, E. Hunsucker, M. Hunsucker, C. James, L. James, J. Johnson. Third row: E. Jones, B. Josey, M. J. Kirkpatrick, J. Lee, P. Lineberry, D. Little. First row: F. Litaker, S. Long,-E. Lowder, G. Lowder, N. Lowder, S. Lowder. Second row: I. Mabe, P. Mann, A. Mauldin, M. Melton, G. Merritt, E. Mills, F. Milton, J. Moose. Third row: J. D. Moose, G. Morgan, G. Morris. J. Morris, N. Morris, M. Morrow, H. Morton, P Napier. First row: F. Nash, N. Newman, D. Page, J. Parker, B. Peck, C. Pope, J. Poplin, P. Poplin. Second row: F. Regan, J, Renger, A. R. Rich, S. Rogers, F. Ross, J. Rummage, L Russell, S. Sasser. Third row: G. Saunders, R. Saunders, J. Scaggs, E. Simpson, K. Shepperd. ' H. A. Smith. First row: D. Smith, L. Smith, L. Snuggs, D. R. Springer, N. Starnes, J. Starr. Second row: M. Stiller, S. Swanner, E. Swaringen, S. Swaringen, B. Terry, S. Tindall, L. Thomas, S. Troublefield. Third row: A Tucker, B. Tucker, R. Tucker, L. Watkins, S. Westerlund, J. Williams, S. Whitley, Y. Whitley. | EIGHTH GRADE MRS. IVEY L. Barnes, L. Benner, B. Crisco, Y. Davis, B. Efird, J. Furr, P. Goodman, R. Griffin, P. Griggs, P. Hartsell, P. Hinson, J. Hitchcock, N. Lowder, E. Medlin, S. Morton, P. Price, C. Smith, D. Starr, N. Whitley, K. Barbee, J. Cooper, V. Corne, V. Eagle, B. B. Fitzgerald, E. Gudger, P. Haire, E. Holt, L. Lisk, A. Lowder, M. Medlin, M. Morton, T. Reeves, W. Smith, B. Stiller, D. Terry, W. Tucker, B. Watts. MRS. LYNN P. Aldridge, V. Burris, S. Cuip, S. Davis, I. Eudy, S. Gudger Z. Harris, F. Hatley, C. Helms, B. Holt, H. Lawhorn, P. Mc- Swain, J. Melton, S. Poplin, S. Rogers, D. Smith, D. Walker, J. Wallace, J. Almond, T. Burleson, B. Curlee, G. Goins, M. Harward, T. Johnson, L. Kimery, F. Koontz, G. Lowder, B. Lowder, W. Page, J. Rich- ardson, H. Rogers, B. Russell, J. Speight, D. Waisner. MRS. SAUNDERS P. Atkins, K. Cauthen, B. Copley, V. Culp, S. Deese, P. Furr, C. Griffin, K. Haire, M. Harwood, E. Holt, S. Holt, J. Hudson, S. Manus, R. Morris, C. Price, F. Russell, J. Russell, J. Stallings, J. Turner, J. Vismor, J. Barbee, J. Barrier, E. Brunson, E. Fenters, E. Fitz- gerald, E. Furr, M. Greene, P. Haynes, M. Lowder, C. Mc- manus, B. Mesimer, F. Palmer, J. Ritchie, V. Springer, D. Swaringen, T. Smith, J. Walton. rv -i f i ' VJHHP iVinwT ff I ' X - rilt - 1 t eT M ‘i. " • .ffiflysB %‘ ' ■ - ■ " - i f MjgH S . M » «K i f i |» $ «| js 1 ’dL U- --n — W.IWW! THE STUDENT COUNCIL The STUDENT COUNCIL is composed of the four student body officers elected by the student body and a council representative elected from each home room. The Student Council endeavors to promote all worthy projects of the school and to create and maintain high standards of citizenship and scholarship. This year the Student Council has continued its work with the Student Lounge. Money taken in at the concession has been used in making improvements in the Lounge. It has also been used toward paying two-hundred dollars on the new Public Address system in the school and for the three " paid " assembly programs which have been held. Ad- ditional money for these projects has been raised by dances, plays, and the sale of candy and drinks at basketball games. The Student Council has also revised the Student Handbook which was published last year. OFFICERS WILLIAM LITAKER President GLENN ALMOND Vice President JIMMIE GRIFFIN Secretary DAVID PLOWMAN Treasurer MISS CATHERINE HARRISON Sponsor NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY The ideals of the NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY are Character, Scholarship, Lead- ership, 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-four colleges 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 So- ciety will continue to strive toward a high, respectable goal. NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY OFFICERS JIMMY SKIDMORE President BARBARA CROWELL Vice President JANE RUSSELL Secretary WILLIAM LITAKER Treasurer SUE REDFERN Scrapbook Chairman PATSY PETTIT Business Manager MRS. NELL WESTERLUND Advisor CROSSROADS STAFF TYPING STAFF JOE GASKIN Business Manager IV i i mt NANCY MORROW Assistant Editor JIMMY SKIDMORE Asst. Bus. Manager JO ANN GRIFFIN Typing Editor EMILY MILTON Literary Editor KEITH BYRD Sports Editor DOUG KNOTTS Sports Editor KENNETH HALL Photography Editor JIMMY BROWN Snapshot Editor CHARLES WALTER Art Editor LITERARY STAFF BUSINESS STAFF NANCY JO HAYNES Editor-in-Chief NEWS STAFF FULL M OON STAFF BARBARA CROWELL Editor LESLIE SWANNER Business Manager FEATURE STAFF JANE RUSSELL JO ANN GRIFFIN .. DORIS ROGERS JOE GASKIN BRUCE LOWDER HAMILTON MORTON MRS. PAUL FRY Managing Editor News Editor Feature Editor Sports Editor Assistant Editor Subscription Editor Advisor SPORTS STAFF DRAMATIC CLUB SENIOR PLAY OFFICERS MAKE-UP CREW BACK STA E CREW OFFICERS SYLVIA MORROW President J. C. BOONE Vice President BETTY CROWELL Secretary BILL HUCKABEE Treasurer JIMMY BROWN Scrapbook Chairmen FRANK BURRELL INEZ BANKETT Advisor The SPEAKING and WRITING CLUB The CREATIVE WRITING CLUB was organized This year with Mrs. Paul B. Fry as advisor. The activities of the club consist of learning the cor- rect way of speaking, writ- ing, and entering various contests. CATHERINE ATKINS President JIMMY GRIFFIN Vice President BETTY GANTT Secretary CAROLYN WILLIAMS Treasurer LIBRARY CLUB The SENIOR LIBRARY CLUB is composed of high school library assistants. Miss Beatrice Holbrook is the club ' s sponsor. Front row: Mary Foreman, O ' Lema Aldridge, Mickey Morton, Betty Russell, Marian Stiller, Carrie Mae Russell. Back row: Doris Luther, Jo Stallings, Susie Skidmore, Sandra Wester- lund, Katherine Shaver, Janice Scott, Caroline Burris, Shirley Lambert. Members not present for the picture are: Helen Starr, Kay Thomas, Betty Jean Burris, Janet Helms, and Peggy Johnson. DIVERSIFIED OCCUPATIONS The DIVERSIFIED OCCUPATIONS GROUP is composed of thirty-six eleventh and twelfth grade students training for a specific trade. The vocational students at- tend school in the morning and work in the afternoons. This enables a student to find his vocation while attending school, and at the same time serve his apprentice- ship in his chosen trade. OFFICERS KENNETH WHITLEY BILL LISK KATHRYN K IMREY DON ARCHER MR. E. F. WILSON President Vice President Secretary Treasurer Co-ordinator ALBEMARLE HIGH SCHOOL BAND JUNIOR JOSEY President LARRY HARTSELL Vice President JIMMY BROWN Drum Major MR. SPENCER HATLEY Director MAJORETTES Barbara Lowder Sylvia Rogers Ka+hryn Graves Jeannette Dennis THE DOG HOUSE FOUR LINDSEY JONES Student Director MIXED CHORUS OFFICERS JOE CLAYTON . President KEITH BYRD Vice President BETTY BRUNSON Secretary JAMES GIBSON Treasurer MR. PAUL FRY Director BOYS ' QUARTET GIRLS ENSEMBLE HI- Y SENIOR CLUB OFFICERS JIMMY BROWN Presided BRUCE LOWDER Vice President HENRY CARPENTER Secretary DOUG KNOTTS Treasurer HAM MORTON Chaplain JOE GASKIN Council Rep. PETE CLARK . Sponsor SOPHOMORE CLUB OFFICERS RALPH SETZLER CLAUD GRIGG ROGER FURR DON JONES ARTHUR LYNN C. J. CROOK CHARLES PAGE President Vice President Secretary Treasurer Chaplain Council Rep. Sponsor JUNIOR CLUB OFFICERS FRANK BURRELL President BILL HUCKABEE Vice President GLENN ALMOND Secretary DON MORTON Treasurer WAYNE BARRINGER Chaplain J. C. BOONE Council Rep. HALL CARPENTER Sponsor I i I 4j§ w 4 gj v f 1 L FRESHMAN CLUB OFFICERS JOHN D. MOOSE LONNIE MORTON LARRY CHANCE .... DONNIE SMITH ... STEVE SASSER DICKIE CASHWELL JIMMIE BOYLE President Vice President Secretary Treasurer Chaplain Council Rep. Sponsor TRI-HI -Y SENIOR CLUB OFFICERS NANCY YOW President ANN REEDER DANIEL Vice President BETTY BRUNSON . Secretary LEWIS KLUTTZ Treasurer CATHERINE ATKINS ............ Chaplain NANCY LOWDER Council Rep. MARY SCHELL .......... Sponsor JUNIOR CLUB OFFICERS BETTY GANTT President PATSY WILHELM Vice President JANET TROUTMAN Secretary PEGGY LOWDER Treasurer JEANETTE McLENDON Chaplain MARILYN GREENE Council Rep. MRS. NELL WESTERLUND Sponsor SOPHOMORE CLUB OFFICERS PATTY ALMOND LULA THOMAS EMILY MORTON BOBBY EUDY MARY FOREMAN ANN IVEY MILDRED KYZER President Vice President Secretary Treasurer Chaplain Council Rep. Sponsor FRESHMAN CLUB OFFICERS FRANCES LITAKER President FRANCES ROSS Vice President PAT ALLEN Secretary CHARLOTTE POPE Treasurer JANE KIRKPATRICK Chaplain CATHERINE HARRISON Sponsor 1 7 T ' O ' FUTURE HOMEMAKERS AMERICA OFFICERS JOANNE RUMMAGE ANN IVEY , BETTY EARLY JANICE PARKER BETTY RUMMAGE CAROLYN DOBY .... LYDIA HALL HELEN STARR ARCE ROSE RICH ... “President Vice President Secretary Treasurer Reporter Parliamentarian Historian Song Leader Song Leader SPORTS ' m$Cm H " ' . - p j f jN 4 w WM. ' ■’$3 r 8 j pp:gj S i »T- v ' yMu «J5 j- T W feu 8 cr t.F T [ 1 nIt »V " ix tv r ' £ J Ik .... . x ' I w i 1951 FOOTBALL TEAM Seated: Lowell Hartsell, David Bruton, Doug Knotts, Leslie Swanner, Jimmy Page, T-Boe McLendon. Second row: Keith Byrd, James Gibson, Bruce Lowder, Johnny Youngblood, Gene Snuggs, Bud Griffith, Raggene Smith. Third row: Jimmy Skidmore, Manager, Jimmy Milican, Ralph Setzler, Claude Lawbon, Claude Grigg, Tub Bowers, Kenneth Russell, Harvey Fowler, Bobby Brooks, Charlie Mc- Manus, Manager. Fourth row: Gene Honeycutt, Manager, Eddie Hatley, Ham Morton, John David Moose, Bill Huckabee, Jerry Traywick, Otty Lynn, Ken Smith, Donnie Smith, Charlie James. H. T. WEBB Head Coach W. L. JEFFORDS Assistant Coach E. M. KNOTTS Assistant Coach LESLIE SWANNER DOUG KNOTTS Co-Captains HI-LIGHTS OF ' 51 FOOTBALL SEASON Under the fine coaching of H. T. Webb, the Albemarle Bulldogs went through their first undefeated season since 1946. Although outweighed in every game, the Bulldogs were never out-fought. The Albemarle line consisted of Keith Byrd, Raygene Smith, Otty Lynn, John Young- blood, David Bruton, Jim Page, Bud Griffith, Steve McLendon, Jimmy Millican, Co- Captain Doug Knotts and Bill Huckabee. The backs were led by Co-Captain Leslie Swanner, Gene Snuggs, Bruce Lowder, James Gibson, and Donnie Smith. Sonny Bowers was the extra point kicker. The Bulldogs opened the season with Winecoff. Albemarle won an easy victory 15-0. The next game was with Kannpolis. After Doug Knotts blocked a kick, Keith Byrd recovered for an Albemarle touchdown. Sonny Bowers ' extra point won the game 7-6. Albemarle traveled to Lexington as a decided underdog, but held the Lexington Yellowjackets to a 0-0 tie. Barium Springs slowed the Bulldogs down for the first half, but with the plunging of Leslie Swanner the Bulldogs came back to tie the game. In the next two games Albemarle completely ran over Mooresville and Spencer. Albemarle lost their first game to Monroe, but because of an illegal player, Monroe had to forfeit to the Bulldogs. Homecoming saw the Bulldogs roll over Statesville. It was sweet revenge for the Bulldogs when they defeated Asheboro 19-7. The Albemarle Bulldogs finished an undefeated season by beating Concord 7-6 in a bitter fight. This was also the final high school football game for Doug Knotts, Leslie Swanner, Keith Byrd, Bud Griffith, Johnny Youngblood, Bruce Lowder, Ham Morton, and Ken Russell. FINAL SCORES Albemarle 15 Albemarle .... 7 Albemarle 0 Albemarle 7 Albemarle 39 Albemarle 1 Albemarle 35 Albemarle 32 Albemarle 7 Albemarle 19 Winecoff 0 Kannapolis 6 Lexington 0 Barium Springs 7 Spencer 6 Monroe (forfeit) ...... 0 Mooresville 0 Statesville ’. C Concord 6 Asheboro 6 BOYS’ BASKETBALL First row: Claud Grigg, Claude Lawhorn, Henry Carpenter, Bruce Lowder, Leslie Swanner. row: Coach Jeffords, Keith Byrd, Clayton Mauldin, Otty Lynn, Jimmy Skidmore, Robert Manager. Third row: Bill Huckabee, Jerry Traywick, Wayne Barringer. GIRLS’ Second “’BASKETBALL First row: Doris Hinson, Evelyn Kimrey, Kathryn Kimrey, Coach Schell, Jean Barringer, Barbara Honeycutt, Peggy Johnson. Second row: ' Ann Smith, Vann Lowder, Janet Troutman, Betty Gantt, Jeanette Dennis, Paula Howard, Janet Glover. Third row: Ruth Ann Copley, Scorekeeper, Patsy Williford, Manager. MM! CO-CAPTAINS Jean Barringer Kathryn Kimrey COACHES Jake Carter Mary Schell Bill Jeffords 1951 BASEBALL TEAM i fl iM ni i r I i W II . I I tH ll Kneeling: Dickie Cashwell, Mgr. John Harwood, Kenny Brown, Kenneth Smith, Billy Clark, C. R. Mc- Manus, Claud Lawhon, Malcolm Lowder, Kenneth Hall. Standing, John David Moose, Mgr. H. D. Gilmore, Frank Wilhelm, Joe McAulty, Ray Gene Smith, Charles Whitley, Robert Scaggs, Harold Hudson, Toby Webb, Coach, Bobby Peck, Mgr. . W : - OFFICERS President President- Secretary Treasurer DOUG KNOTTS .. BILL HUCKABEE PAULA HOWARD BUD GRIFFITH MONOGRAM CLUB OFFICERS TUMBLING TEAM Libby Howard, Nancy Newman, Judy Scaggs BRUCE LOWDER BETTY BRUNSON JOHNNY YOUNGBLOOD JAMES GIBSON MISS MARY SCHELL President Vice President Secretary Treasurer Sponsor Kneeling, left to right: Matilyn Greene, Betty Brunson, Chief; Elaine Mills. 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