Altamahaw Ossipee High School - Tomahawk Yearbook (Burlington, NC)

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Troxler QDeceasedl QDeceasedJ Dedication Our Parent Teacher Association had its beginning in 1924 long before the beginning of the atomic era. Mrs. Pearl S. Ireland, deceased, whose picture appears on this page with those of the other presidents, served as its first pre- sident. ' Through the years this association of interested parentsand teachers has provided nuclear energy in their generous sup- port of the physical and intellectual growth of theAltamahaw Ossipee School. It is with pride and thanks that we dedicate this 1953 edition of the TOMAHAWK to the ALTAMAHAW OSSIPEE PARENT TEACHER ASSOCIATION AND ITS LEADERS. Mrs. A. H. Rogers 1 Mrs. s. B. Sadler Mrs. Walter Garrison Mrs Ross I nz.. 1 n Amar-in J . Jim Wilkins Marvin E. Yount Superintendent PRINCIPAL'S MESSAGE I salute and congratulate you, Class of '53, In this atomic era in which you have been thrust, I wish to remind you that the presence of the atom and of hydrogen is not new. It's possibili- ties have been here since the Infinite set tl'-ings in order, but man has only recently "tapped" upon it. This new era is but a reminder that there are many new and exciting worlds left fO" you to conquer. We bid you good-by with love and hope believing that when your energy is released upon society even the atom will be influenced. V. Mayo Bundy Principal y- ysw-52 LOCAL SCHOOL BOARD John Stansel, Fred Blanchard, W. N. Reid, Dan Ireland, Gobel Harris, Chm. Leary Knight Mrs. Adelia J. Truitt Donald C. Iseley Roger A. Shepherd Mrs. Clyde M. Kirkman M English History Librarian Science English' Spanish High chan! Haculty English Betty A. Croom Physical Education Earl Sechler Commercial Mrs. Rachel W. Troxler ' Home Economics C. G. Kirkman Agriculture Mary F. Pierce Music Mrs. Jean W. Sadler Clerk virs. Kathleen S. Blanchard Dietitian f'X X fxwfxmx 1 Y K 1, atb '67 435 N,oQ Whig SMX -- KX Nag ,tfl I Electrons S Xmx CLASS SONG fTu.ne-The Marine's Hymn, From the halls of A. O. High School To the shores of lands unknown, We are atoms giving our farewell, To the neutrons and protons. We already know that we shall face Times of conflicts and of strife. But dear A. O. gave us confidence That will guide us through our life. We have gone together through the years Through laughter and through tears. We cherish every memorable thing That we're leaving behind us here. We now give our thanks to every one Who has led us on our way, But, as for you, dear A. O. High School You are in our hearts to stay. Mary Frances Somers Joan Blanchard 'WWATOMITES Scala rs FRANC ES ELMIRA BARBER "Frankie" JOAN BLANCHARD IIJOII CARRINGTON EANES llBi11lI SUSIE ANN FOREHAND "Backhand" MELVIN EARL GARRISON llslimll THRESSA OARD ER GERRINGER "Pete" - SR W , I , V- V R "" ' kEe5Q,.1gj?,2ff5Qzi'5gjjg x F PEGGY JOAN HICKS IIJOH BETSY HELEN HOLYFIELD l7Betll I Seuio rs JIMMY WAYNE HUGHES llHugsYl JAMES THADES FRANKLIN ISELEY Ylwesll BOBBIE MAE KERNODLE "Bobbie" NANC Y ANN KERNOD LE HNanl I HAROLD THOMAS MADREN "Slick" KENNE TH DONALD MURRAY lYROb YI DAVID JUNIOR RANDOLPH l l EDDIE WILLIS ROSS Y!Dubll Seniors SARA FAYE SAUNDERS "Burler" JOHN DONALD SOMERS llBeanll MARY FRANCES SOMERS "Men" MARYLINE YVONNE STARTO Ilpunkvv DORIS JEAN TAYLOR "Doris" GREGORY BERTRAM THOMASSON "Meat" BARBARA KAY THOMPSON "B obbie" RACHEL ELIZABETH WALTERS MI-liz!! Seniors ROBERT TROY WEBSTER, JR. llwebll . ALMA FRANCES WOODY HAI!! EMILY KERNOD LE TRIPP THOMASSON "Mascots" we Che ,Afamifcs of 1953 Traveling around in a rocket recently, we sped over a place that was very familiar to us all. We were looking upon our dear Alma Mater. Here it was that we shared experiences together, most of them goodp some, bad. It was here that we experienced the days of high prices, tragic years of World War II, the dreaded Korean situation, and the election of General Dwight D. Eisen- hower as our national leader. Many of our electrons fell by the wayside, some of our protons and neutrons disappeared into the mysterious realm of space, but the nucleus remained--remained to develop the atoms. We enjoyed A. O. 's numerous activities. We rendered our services to the Student Council, to the Hub and to the Tomahawk staffs. We participated in sports, enjoyed an adequate physical education program, took part in dramatics, and music, and became members of various clubs. We saw a dream come true--we witnessed the beginning and completion of the Marvin E. Yount Gymnasium. Our gratitude of love and appreciation was expressed by our gift to the school-- four cross- goals added to our new gym. This, we feel, was only the beginning of a growing education. This was the foundation--a firm foundation--for our first goal of achievement. Our hearts linger fondly on the students, the teach- ers, and the principal who contributed so much of their ability, patience, time, and understand- ing so that we, the Class of '53, may go out into this world, able to face this speeding time of Atomic Energy unafraid. Historians: Joan Blanchard Mary Frances Somers ff H? H 6 at K w J' 171 , ww BEST DRESSED Mary Frances Somers Gregory Thomasson 11'- 27? ni F BIGGEST FLIRT ram es Bqrbfz Bo bby We taste r cniar Superla tives M95 Diff Ramggvfil. an Hfckslph T GRI b k f li' V N N 3 S 5 MOST Way Nam: M057 T QTUVQS BEST A LL -ARQUND g .Tame s Iseley J -V ALE nvaFyl'3gj.,s1a,mfT?n Q,-Q 60fTl91.8 K Nancy Kernodle ' 'livhhxruszxg "sa v.,.,.v .V vm , ,K QM , im, ,W ,. .ffxTH.LJE'f ILL me Iinxginz S ,, LY5' Y Oi wmv Kms -mm ESD .UGC ' 'YO 5 on XVELX? XO M29 mf? Wi, NEUTRCNS ww f f Xlfff My ,RFHYS-'VV Isotopes lg- ff V" N ii 2 X fs! y I B' N N I LEW' ' 'J we W A' ' J., 'fb ' -- W W H4 J WNY N Wff K In VA V' rin . I 2, N ' 1 'Y .31 fffnge-1',.ee.,QL ogg, 4 ,Lffff'F' -JL 5 CLASS OFFICERS President........... .... .......DorisPrice V. President .... ....... M artha Sutton Secretary ..... .... A lice Faye Boone Treasurer . . .... Anderson Walker " ffilf' :ff Norman Barber Nell Barker Betty Nell Beckom Wilda Bell Alice Faye Boone Charles Carter Archie Chester Betty Sue Diffee Mary Evans juniors 99? 713'9"1'4?"' QQHX fg 4 e ty, , e , Ra ,fi I 7 ' Rxchard Holyfield X ' Q ' --.un ,ww Patsy Jones m 'N V may , Carol Jones ' f ' My fm, 43"- juniors AN? "llE""Q' Wayne Kernodle Tempie Lowe Alfred Madren -A Alice Madren Wylline Madren "',f:'f Charles McIntyre Tommie Moore Doris Price Olevia Ross Jerry Rudd Irene Ruff Delrees Sawyer Carolyn Simmons Hazel Smith Margaret Sutton Martha Sutton Patsy Taylor Betty Truitt Bobby Truitt Shirley Underwood Anderson Walker Joe Walters Joan Ward Maxine Wrenn Sylvia Wrenn Bobby Younger juuiarg 'Q 0 W X 'Ang k 'f -f ,J fi! Lf , 1 f r L An Q -www- wiht V 1 RADIUM 9 lvl S i ar , HELIUM 'f 1 ' 53' lm k I x in-u 5 ' E L L ii: 'P "' -,S Q I J , +9 ' mfg' if 16 W7 Xi ? ., ' , i f sf X 5 -: iv S 'il -" vxfw - i-4 N21 E Y' W? F gs ij U 9, 'Fi- . Dx 9? -s sg is kv.. sf L f"g:EN.-- 0 Eb f kit We , J . iii , S, CLASS OFFICERS President ............... . . Lucille Garrison V. President ..... ...... . .Bill Gilliam Secretary ...... . ...... Hazel Somers Treasurer ...... ..... B en Beckom Nina Alcon Dorothy Aldridge Cornelia Barker J oan Ba rke 1' Ben Beckom Arnold Bryant ophamorcs Betty Jean Bryant William Cox Joyce Dodd Warren Dodson Bill Fargis Ruby Forehand Lucille Garrison Bruce Gerringer Saplzomarcs Sammy Kernodle Gerald McGhee Hazel Mize Shirley Moore Ruth Murray Jessie Penley Paul Ross Rufus Saul v Audrey Gilliam Bill Gilliam David Hensley Robert Hughes Charlie Jones Gordon Kernodle Maggie Saunders Jerry Sebastain Linda Simpson Margie Simpson Betty Jo Smith Dan Smith aphamnrcs Hazel Somers Ray Sutton Shelvia Sutton Jimmy Thomass on Barbara Wallace Johnny Ward Bobby Winn Harry Wrenn . 77 YW xv ...X I fix O xxx Uflillilllll I if P, G XX NX 'X ' al f f X AI0l6f'lll.C vvvv v"lV4n.v':xvA"'g X I 1 , -1' Y ff X ,J xxxf ffjf x W' n 'N..,Q,- J ELECTRONS CLASS OFFICERS Pres1dents Emogene Faucette Clark Patterson V, Pres1dentS .... ...... J ean Gerrmger, Bobby V. Sutton Secretaries ..... . . . Pearlie McGhee, Donald Underwood Treasurers . . . ....... Pearlie McGhee, Allen Hardy Qrcshmcn Patsy Austin David Barber Wayne Barker Herbe rt Bryant R. W. Carter Rebecca Danieley Betty Etc his on Clyde Evans Rebecca Evans Bobby Fann Roberta Fargisl Norman Faggis ' ff If H 17 f fl I V! E X f Emogene Faucette Helen Freeze Jean Garrison Garland Gerringer Beverly Jean Gerringer Bobby Goodman Allen Hardy Calvin Hicks K . ,khnwgr X f if ...., . .Fw FR L A Ak ggggl'-WVR 2555? ikniw .,,k K .ff H :E -fz f M5"'Mg? im: S: V V M - i ' 'B r 4,2 I ff 7 "' Wav' r if -Q f Q Qrcshmen Frederick Hudson Sarah Huds on Melvin .Tone s Marvin Kernodle Gordon Kirkman Johnny Leigh Margie Lewis Pearlie McGhee Maynard McCann Jo Ellen Moore Shirley Murray Clark Patter son Edith Pe rdue Phyllis Phillips Bobby Rainey Mary Ruth Saul Peggy Simpson Donald Shore Peggy Jean Smith Glenn Stanley heshmen Tommy Starr Melvin Strade r Bobby Ve rnon Sutton John Sutton Robert Sutton Patricia Terrell Henry Thiel Jane T hompson Roy Tranbarger Curtis Truitt Scott T ruitt Donald Underwood Loretta Wagoner Bobby Walker Evon Walker Paul Walters Patricia Whitesell Nellie Williams Betty Williamson Jack Wils on Wm.-Tl. 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AWN in v , , .xsgn-4 . ,K ., ,. 5,5 4 5 ' ...Af .mf Ax N v il nh ' 1.-I l K ax 4" 3, xgwglg avi, A gi 'Qi 5g,wv,x,,-: ' J, ., f-1.4 M! A ,V W, Q' 1 X 5513 hx, X 4 1, A? ',iy'AN 'Y KJ , ' ff: .M ,Qgf ,lit lx x Uwfrygis " "AQ X? " 'A 52-2 if . ,.-w ff'-x, vm -f' - M V ' ,M vii -' V - . L X r , 1 ,. ,rx f Q. FAX? I , . ,,.,,x,4 Q . .M 4 x .. 'H g - Hi f ' ..- , ,X me 'az ,, Q M. X My!! tw 2 ,Q ., 5 N Q Q Nw-iff f' 5-QffQ i - . . 0' Z' Q-1 CA' ' Q .D s Wx ff I. 3 i w XX A4 M b CT ? S, nl Sgr fix iw L.. if M ff .T in 5 is Our student government provides the uranium for the atomic blast. We feel that the Student Council bombards the nucleus, giving velocity and power to our school pro- gram. It is the aim of the Council to encourage each student to take his important t Q o 'L ' V place in the Altamahaw Ossipee School. Student Hound! WWW! President -Student Council Donald Iseley Adviser Joan Blanchard President , . y.,,5. KM naw. Hub Staff The Hub radiates alpha, beta and gamma rays throughout our school community. Its purpose is to serve as a public relations electrode in carrying to our homes the things that go on in our school. Editor -Hub Mrs. Clyde Kirkman Adviser Nancy Kernodle Editor Winzip, fx?"--. X 0 Boe- Z7an4ahz1wkSfaff . . . . . . Hazel Smith . . . Delrees Sawyer . . Linda Simpson . . . . . David Randolph .... . . Earl Garrison Alina.. 911 ture Hamcmakferql Klub f WW 'L J 0: fzf X 1 ff X ', ll ll Ulf A RJLIYHK J , 5,3 V 04 .4 fJ H Nfw 1:14 L, Az 2 N11 f ,fs 0. .gfmphy ffl!!! '- If ,' 10, num, 'N 1 '5' M Q 'sn " ig J 4.1 X I I i Zip!! .."i NF :gk . ,I V ,.... 0 ald C. I 1 ,, 1' - Charlie Jones ' n Adviseje ey S - E President Mrs. Adelia. Truitt Maryline Starto Adviser """"M President - 'z iw' f his 1 , Bett1e Croom - Director e I A..-,qi JW' . . - l 'V11435 , Mwym A 1 7 sh. 453 mm V xg, 5 . 1 MISS A-O - Judy Harris PRINCE - Jimmie McCann PRINCESS - Shirley Hall ,Q A he f"'2 a s Q , ,f. ,i n M 'W , 'Q 5 2 I uC- ,M 'M If Joan Hicks Senior Attendant Linda Simpson Sophomore Attendant ,eh K 1' Alice Faye Boone Junior Attendant Wfvj! 7-W M-In 43" ,, A ,Q ' n..i,??iA' Mary Frances Somers Queen Nancy Kernodle Elected Maid of Honor 6' -QQ Q Joan Blanchard Senior Attendant E. W. Ross King Betty Sue Diffee Junior Attendant IT fit ttdt - kg ., , A Q n m if V I Barbara Thompson Jean Garrison Chosen Maid of Honor Freshman Attendant w T X ,EAL 7 -1 ggi. .Q ,J htm fgl wx Zi 2 X ff Aj X A - V1 1, ' 3 - - . - 1 1 Ex fi Lf QVVNNRUN X Y W Y' U4 'Lv f-A Ly, A - LA yljx :QR LA Q- vv i,5' M f , if! f-A 9, , limi M L? Qu .xx Q "' I .i xktdftw :sql A ,L f N- gm M2 ff? Sal' - VN X A Xl LQ fx -Ni.. N L. LQ 4, QSM ,sh t, s K- ' W 1 M 1,471 s ww ,ff .,:5.i35-,gg. N ,. A V . , , , . ,m,,L - ayne Hu es mm., L, m,,,T U F651 en wvwki ,I '?Qmfr1fzw.4 3. .: I 1 F3 "" gm . W gh Q .3 P d t A 1 I x xx LV SCHOOL SONG Dear school of ours, so beloved, Our hearts to thee we now pledge. By thee we always will stand And heed each one of thy commands We have many wondrous truths That thou has given to us, Great hopes so bright That fill us with delight. As we go along our way Here's to our dear A-O school, Loyal we'll ever be. Our colors of white and blue Will always show that we are true. Though years may come and go, Still will our memories cling To our dear A-O school, Loyal friends and teachers too, And we'll always ling thy praise. Nina Alcon, Delrees Sawyer Cornelia Barker Maxine Wrenn .Ioan Barker Cfhccrlcadcrs A-O Stoneville A-O Haw River 'wage was G1111am - End ac R. Hughes - Guard Holyfield - Back , During the 1952 season the atomic A-Q O bomb failed to explode for the A-O Mebane 13 gridders. Lack of uranium led to a 5 '-vw A -O 7 X ., S . Hughes - Center Guard A-O Gibsonville Thomasson - Tackle A-O Alexander Wilson afxet I X 'G' B Ross - Back f W S lg: rr disastrous season which netted seven . 'D ' losses and no wins for Coach Earl A-O 7 Sech1er's Indians. Mayodan 26 5 E.1V1. Holt 13 ,ya - mul... Citi X -3323- EN wx M Nancy Kernodle Hazel Smith 5. via'-1' sf , Lucille Garrlson 'Ulla off!! 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