Benton Heights High School - Yearbook (Monroe, NC)

 - Class of 1955

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Left to Right— Frances Broome, Nancy Hasty, Ellis Ferguson, Harry Boone, Carol Smith, Dorothy Keziah, Nancy Caskey, Reba Moser, Emmett Brooks, Marie Helms, Fred Helms, Shirley Helms, Hugh Mac Watkins, Jean Tarlton, Angela Newton, Bobbie Lee Mullis, Myra Lee Poplin, Helen Jarmon, Ronald “Bird” Helms, Joyce Whitaker, Barbara Helms, Charles Gordon, “Lib” Hasty, Aline Terry, Louise Williams, Roberta and Rebecca Helms. [ 21 ]

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CLASS PROPHECY After a whirlwind of getting the little “McCauleys” off to school, I sat down almost in a daze and could hardly believe that it was 1965, ten years since I had graduated from high school. I began to wonder if their twelve years in school would be as happy as mine were. Suddenly it seemed as if a cloud had engulfed me and there before me was an image of each classmate. Each began to tell me what each one had derived in life. Harry Boone has succeeded Douglas Edwards as news commentator for C. B. S. Bruce Bradley has just completed his rocket ship and will leave soon for the Moon. Dorothy Broome is a well known consultant on “Teen-Age Love Problems,” she seems to know every angle. Frances Broome is a private secretary for one of our local finance companies. Emmett Brooks is the operator of the largest barber shop in the South; he specializes in straightening curly hair, Nancy Caskey is now teaching the first grade. She knows how to handle the little ones. Ellis Ferguson, better known as “Admiral Ferguson in the U. S. Navy, has just been assigned in command of the U. S. S. Missouri. Melvin Graham is now president of the “Lonely Hearts Club.’ Charles Gordon is now coaching football and basketball at U. N. C., the team with all the nation’s top honors. Kenneth Griffin owns the well known men’s shop, “Dress With Success,” and is doing well at it. Nancy Hasty has finally married that tall guy and has three of her four little girls. Fred Helms is now working side by sie with Red Skelton writing all his jokes for T.V. Ronald Helms is now the championship wrestler called “Big Bird.” Barbara Helms has just completed her novel, “Red Heads Can Be Beautiful. Marie Helms has just published two books, one “How To Get To School On Time ’ and the other “What Is Geometry?” Rebecca and Roberta Helms are now starring in M-G-M’s latest hit “The Mystery of The Missing Twins.” Shirley Benton Helms is still driving her ’53 model Pontiac, but she has high hopes for a ’65 model soon. Frankie Herring is a stewardess for the American Airlines; she’s flying high. Kenneth Huneycutt has just received the championship cup for the nation’s top stock car driver. Helen Jarmon is now employed as a commercial artist for Walt Disney. Dorothy Keziah is writing pamphlets for the ; American Tint Company, called “You Too Can Be a Blonde, A Brunette, or a Redhead.” Reba Price Moser is now secretary for her husband, who owns Moser s Dairy, formerly Myers’ Dairy. Bobbie Lee Mullis has just organized a new club called “The Latest News of Our City” or for short “The Gossipers.” Angela Helms Newton and her husband are now running “Newton’s Dine and Die Restaurant.” Donald Pate is now the sports editor for “The Charlotte News.” Myra Tucker Poplin is now living on a ranch in Colorado raising horses and a baseball team. Earl Price is still doing everything he can to keep from doing anything. Carol Smith has become a lady bull-fighter and has thrilled many people by fighting the most ferocious bulls in North Carolina. Jean Tarlton is working with Candy Jones, the director for Conover Beauty School, in New York. Aline Terry is now living in Brooklyn; she’s still trying to “catch” the catcher for the Brooklyn Dodgers. Hugh Mac Watkins has just replaced “Dusty” Rhodes of the New York Giants. Joyce Shuman Whitaker and her husband are now in Paris securing the latest news in fashions since she is a great fashion designer. Louise Williams is still working at “Woolworth’s Five apd Ten Dollar,” where she has finally worked her way up to “candy taster.” Roy Williamson is now the outstanding catcher for jhe New York Yankees. ELIZABETH HASTY Prophet [ 20 ]



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LAST WILL AND TESTAMENT We, the graduating class of nineteen hundred and fifty-five, being of sound mind and free will, realize that our last days at Benton Heights High School are drawing near ' . We would like to leave our worldly possessions so we draw up this great document. ARTICLE I To The School We bequeath to Benton Heights High School, our Alma Mater, our deepest appreci¬ ation for the great knowledge that we have acquired here. ARTICLE II To Tthe Principal And Faculty To the principal and faculty goes our profound and sincere thanks for their invaluable help, guidance, and aid throughout the past four years. ARTICLE III To The Under-Classmates We leave to the student body our courses, our problems, and the good times that we have had within the walls of Benton Heights High School; also a good school and may you keep its school spirit high. ARTICLE IV To The Following Individuals 1. Harry Boone wills his bashful ways to Donald Haigler. 2. Bruce Bradley leaves his superlatives most likely to succeed and most business-like to Bruce Carpenter. 3. Dorothy Broome leaves her ability to be at school on time to her sister Carole. 4. Frances Broome wills her “real gone” shorthand book to Arlene Broome. 5. I, Emmett Brooks, will my “fast” typewriter to anyone who can type. 6. Nancy Caskey leaves her superlative class baby to Ann Graham. 7. Ellis Ferguson leaves his title “Class Wolf” to R. E. Tarlton. 8. Melvin Graham wills his physics book to anyone crazy enough to take it. 9. Charles Gordon leaves his athletic ability to Jim Moody and his ability to be president of so many clubs to Ronald Rummage. 10. Kenneth Griffin wills his neatness to Herbert Derrick. 11. Elizabeth Hasty bequeaths her date book to her little sister Frances. 12. Nancy Hasty bequeaths her love for tall boys to Linda Waters and her superlatives most beautiful and most dignified to her sister Joyce. 13. Fred Helms wills his extra feet to W, H. Privette. 14. Ronald Helms leaves his extra pounds to Bobby Childs. 15. Barbara Helms leaves her courteous ways to Linda Tucker. 16. Marie Helms wills her mischievous ways to anyone crazy enough to take them. 17. Rebecca Helms leaves her talkative ways to Sharon Ruff. 18. Roberta Helms leaves her job in the cafeteria to Phyllis Huneycutt. 19. Shirley Helms wills her Pontiac to anyone who can afford to buy one. 20. Frankie Herring leaves her superlatives most popular to her sister Judy and best per¬ sonality to Harriet Jane Helms. 21. Kenneth Huneycutt leaves his ability to stay out of trouble to Johnny Griffin. 22. Helen Jarmon bequeaths her witty ways to Ann Tarlton. 23. Dorothy Keziah leaves her superlative most attractive to Ruth Surratt and her deep love for blue Chryslers, but takes the driver with her. 24. Reba Price Moser wills her superlative most dependable to Helen Simpson. 25. Bobby Mullis leaves her bashful ways to Ruth Carnes. 26. Angela Helms Newton leaves her English book to anyone who likes English. 27. Donald Pate leaves his extra energy to J. T. Taylor. 28. Myra Tucker Poplin leaves her neatness to Linda Tucker and her stripped Ford to anyone who can secure one. 29. Earl Price leaves his laziness to Larry Herring. 30. Carol Smith wills her flirty ways to Edith Ann Poplin. 31. Jean Tarlton leaves her position on the basketball team to Betty Ann Hall, but takes her Chevrolet with her. 32. Aline Terry wills her superlative most likely to succeed and her love for Pontiacs to Donnie Helms. 33. Hugh Mac Watkins leaves his red hair and pitching arm to James Helms. 34. Joyce Shuman Whitaker just leaves-to follow James, of course. 35. Louise Williams leaves her unselfish ways and her ability to play basketball to Brenda Griffin. 36. Roy Williamson leaves his FBI record to Gene Ferguson. NANCY HASTY . EMMETT BROOKS DOROTHY KEZIAH Attorney Witnesses [ 22 ]

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