Endy High School - Endyan Yearbook (Albemarle, NC)

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: gfg’Mi Rol o-z- n in w., anfd SkJU. 9J9 PUBLISHED BY THE SENIOR CLASS OF ENDY HIGH SCHOOL Route 4 Albemarle, North Carolina Editor - NANCY LAMBERT Co-Editors - KAY LAMBERT, MERIUM LOWDER Business Manager - VIVIAN McSWAIN Assistants - GERALD ALMOND, TONY DENNIS, JOE WESTBROOK, LARRY COBLE i DEDICATION For her willing helpfulness, her daily friend- liness, her loyal support of school activities, her untiring efforts in attemptingto make better cit- izens of each of us, and most of all, for her faith in us, the Senior Class of the Endy High School do lovingly dedicate this volume of the Endyan to ... . MRS. C. F. HENKEL 2 MR. H. K. OVERCASH ADMINISTRATION MR. ARTHUR TEETER Principal Mr. Overcash has been prin- cipal of Endy 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 inter- est in all that happens around him. MR. RAY EFIRD Chairman MR. GENE ALMOND 3 Mrs. Grigg Sociology English History Mrs. Henkel French English Mr. Harris Science Physics Biology Coach Mr. Hopkins Mathematics General Business Mrs. McSwain Typing Eighth Grade Mrs. Thompson Home Economics Mr. Eller Agriculture Mr. Overcash Health Miss Lowder Chorus Mrs. Bolch Piano FACULTY Miss Efird Mrs. Linsenby Mrs. Cree Mrs. Walker Mr. Burleson First Grade Second Grade Third Grade Fourth Grade Fifth Grade Mrs. Swaringen Fifth Grade Mrs. Mercer Sixth Grade Mrs. Williams Seventh Grade SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS President . . Vice President Secretary . . Treasurer . . Reporter . . . . Sherrill Hahn Carroll Hudson . . Brenda Furr . . Louise Lyall Reginia Watkins SENIOR SPONSOR Mrs. Claud Grigg 6 CLASS POEM Graduation has come at last. Oh, how quickly the years have passed! The fun and work of our days spent here Will be remembered for many a year. We ' re proud of you, old Endy High; It makes us sad to say goodbye. Wherever we go, whatever we do, We ' ll always cherish our memories of you. We ' re grateful, dear teachers, to all of you For all your encouragement and helpfullness, too. The road we take will be our own; We ' ll surely reap whatever we ' ve sown. With all we’ve learned, and our memories We’ll make our dreams - - - realities. Yes, here endeth our high school days; Yet here beginneth our separate ways. Class Poet Iris Burleson CLASS MOTTO FLOWER Pink Rose Here Endeth; Here Beginneth. COLORS Pink and Silver CLASS PROPHECY As I lie here on my couch wondering what tomorrow will be like, and half-way dreading the serious operations which will take place in the many tomorrows, I feel very drowsy and everything becomes blurred. Now every- thing ' s clearing up. But wait a minute! I ' m in a different place and it ' s not 1958 but 1978. Why, I ' m not at home anymore planning my chores for tomorrow, but I ' m in aplace that seems to be New York City. There ' s Brenda Furr. She doesn ' t seemto have chang- ed much except she seems so dignified now. There she goes into that big office building. I guess she works there. But would a secre- tary wear mink? Look at the name on the door of that office. Miss Brenda Furr, Presi- dent. President of what? Oh, now I see! President of Furr Cosmetics Incorporated. Wow! Brenda really did o.k. for herself. This place is getting stuffy, and the picture is fad- ing again. Now I ' m standing in front of someone ' s house. Lets ' see the name on the mailbox. Humm! Mr. and Mrs. Ritchie Deese. That name sounds familiar. Oh, that is Phyllis Hartsell! I think I shall go visit her. Oh dear, Phyllis and Ritchie have two boys and two girls. What a family! Everything ' s blurry again and I seem to be transported to a T. V. studio. Well, there are Joan Westbrook and Billy Lambert singing a duet. Billy seems to be another Pat Boone and Joan another Georgia Gibbs. Good luck, kids! Well of all places to be! A prison camp! I wonder whom I know here. There are two familiar faces, Rayvon Burleson and Larry Coble. Iwonder what they ' re in here for. They don ' t seemed to have a number. Oh! I under- stand, they are wardens. You mean they ' re looking after somebody! That ' s hard to be- lieve after as much mischief as they got into in school. I ' m in the old schoolhouse now. They ' re having algebra class and guess who ' s teach- ing? Carroll Hudson. But why all the noise! Oh! I see. The teacher is asleep. There ' s someone knocking on the door. Why it ' s the principal and a lady principal at that. Who could it be? Nancy Lambert of all people, I ' ll bet she ' ll get Carroll for falling to sleep on duty. I thought she would be married by now. I see her wedding ring so she must have hooked him. As if by magic, I seem to be transported to a movie studio. There are Linda Eudy and Patricia Bowers. The years have wrought many changes in them. They ' re famous movie stars. How lovely they are. Surely there is nothing in the future for them but success. As I leave the studio, I decide to walk down the street and do some shopping. I am so de- ighted with all of the glamorous things that I see that I am about to pass by a studio for fashion designing. The name - " Mac ' s Shop " intrigues me and I walk in. Up a flight of steps and I come into a modern carpet - covered shop. While I am talkingto the owner and de- signer, Vivian McSwain, two smart-looking models come in. I recognize them as Toby Jean Burleson and Glenda Winfree. While coming out of the studio, I hear the tapping of typewriter keys, so I decide to investigate. The attractive secretary is Patricia Murray, busily at work, so I won ' t bother her. While on a trip to South America I hear they are building a new army base, sol decide to investigate. I can tell that they must have some pretty good contractors by the way things are beginningto take shape. Over there stands one now. He ' s really nice looking from a dis- tance. Wonder what he looks like up close. Let me see, oh! it ' s Donnie Herrin. I see he finally found out that he has a good mind for figures. I mean mathematics, too! After my vacation in South America I re- turn to the United States and visit the Naval Academy at Annapolis. As I stroll about the beautiful campus, I see a handsome instructor over there accompanied by a cute Wave. It ' s Sherrill Hahn, looking good in that uniform. The young lady with him is Nona Smart. She ' s a nurse stationed on the base near Annapolis. 8 Good luck and smooth sailing! My trance seems to continue and again I am carried through space to New York City. No one would ever visit New York during the World Series without going out to a game. So what could be more natural than for me to appear on the scene. I am so excited to be at a World Series game. This is my first and I can hardly take in all this huge crowd at once. As I sit in my seat just staring at all that I see, the person beside me yells to the top of his voice, " Al- mond, Almond, we want Almond. " Almond is such a familiar sound to me that I finally ask my neighbor in the next seat - - - " Almond, did you say Almond? I wonder if he is somebody I used to know. " " I don ' t know, ma’am, but he sure is a great pitcher for the Yanks. " " And his first name? " I ask. " Gerald, ma ' am, from some where in North CarTina. " " Carolina, " I correct. " Old Gerald has finally made it. Just like always he ' s keep- ing a sharp vigil on the dug-out. " " Brother, he ' d better, " added my neighbor of the next seat, " because his manager will sure bawl him out if he fouls up again. I ' ll tell you that Carl Furr is one more whale of a guy. He ' s really got this team moving. " Almost too surprised to speak, I finally mutter, " Who could help winning with two guys like Carl and Gerald on their side. " Even in a trance no one could or would want to miss going to our nation ' s capitol- the greatest in the world. Reginia Watkins lives here and her husband is Speaker of the House. My curiosity gets the better of me as I come to the N.B.C. T.V. station so I stand in line for 30 minutes, hoping to get a seat. As luck would have it, I do manage to get the last available seat. An attractive dancing team is on, and I think to myself, where have I seen such grace? As I look closer and adjust my glasses a trifle, I recognize two of my class- mates, Betty Whitley and Louise Lyall. They are great! And such rhythm! What a show this is ! I must compliment the producer for getting such talent together. As I leave the theater, I stop by the manager ' s office to ex- press my delight at such a performance. As I am ushered into a beautifully appointed office I am introduced to the producer of the show, Iris Burleson. There she is, up to her old tricks, managing and producing good shows. I can tell that Iris is tops in her business and getting along well money-wise. All good things must end and in my trance I am nowin Albem arle -- home again! I gaze around me and realize that I am in the lovely Y.M. C.A. What a beautiful building this is and so beautifully decorated ! I inquire who is res- ponsible for the lovely job of decoration. I am told that the new manager ' s wife is res- ponsible for the redecorating of the entire building, for you see Drucilla Griffin had tak- en a course in interior decorating and had put her training to practice in the " Y " . Drucilla, in addition to her home duties, is hostess at the " Y " . She is so gracious. Immediately I am whisked down the street into the heart of town. The same old court house is there. I had hoped that Stanly would have had a new one by this time, but we aren ' t that fortunate. I can not resist the tempta- tion of entering this old familiar haunt of mine. As we all rise for the entrance of the Judge, I gasp for breath for who would the presiding judge be but Joe Westbrook. Imagine Joe a Judge! They say he is a good and fair one, and at times he makes it really hard for the lawbreakers. I recognize two lawyers as they take their seats - -, Kay Lambert and Tony Dennis. My, this should be a long session! Oh, I must have fallen asleep. I had better hurry or I’ll be late for my job at the hospi- tal. A nurse never knows when it ' s time to quit. Merium Lowder Prophet 9 CLASS HISTORY The seniors have at last reached the time when our school history is nearing an end. Our past eleven years have been filled with happiness, joy, fun and sometimes fear, sad- ness, and a few tears. When we entered our other home, Endy School, in 1948, over forty of us didn ' t realize that the next twelve years would pass so fast and end so soon. But here in 1958-1959 we have finally reached our destination. Since most of us distinctly remember entering high school, I shall begin there. Entering the ninth grade, we were happy to see two new faces, Louise Lyall and Larry Troublefield. Later on anew girl from Denton, N. C., Barbara Oakley, also joined us, mak- ing a total of thirty. Our homeroom teacher was Mr. Kenneth Brown, or " Coach " as most of us called him. Since it was his first year teaching and our first year in high school, both Mr. Brown and students learned quite a lot about high school life. He discovered our favorite pastime was " talking” which is still the thing we are most proficient in. Our class play was " Great Smokies " in which we thor- oughly enjoyed p ar t i c ip at in g . Our class officers were Gerald Almond, president; Louise Lyall, vice-president; Gail Vanderburg, s e c r e t ar y ; Kay Lambert, treasurer; and Vivian McSwain, reporter. In the tenth grade, after becoming famil- iar with the school customs and curriculum, we took part in more activities and school functions. By this time we had lost three of our students, Kay Lambert, Gail Vanderburg, and Larry Troublefield, and later a fourth, Sylvia Tucker. However, to make up for the loss, we had two new additions, Reginia Wat- kins and Wade Stogner, making a grand total of thirty students. Mrs. Thompson was the girls ' homeroom teacher and Mr. Eller was the boys ' homeroom teacher. For the first time we had the thrill of attending the State Fair at Raleigh, which was something new and exciting to each of us. Many in our class made the team in different sports, those being bas- ketball, baseball, and cheerleading. Our class officers were Wade Stogner, president; Gerald Almond, vice-president; Reginia Watkins, Secretary; Phyllis Hartsell treasurer; and Iris Burleson, reporter. With ten boys and twenty-one girls we entered the eleventh grade under the super- vision of Mrs. C. F. Henkel, a year each of us enjoyed tremendously. We had many projects to make money for our expenses, one being our trip to Washington-New York, which was exciting, fun, amazing, and something we will never forget. We lost Lamar Eudy at the be- ginning of the year, we also later lost Larry Shank, Katherine Lambert Burris, and Reggie Whitley, but others filled the vacant seats, one new and another past Endy student; they were Vernona Huggins Efird and Kay Lambert. This left us withtwenty-nine instead of the previous thirty-two. Officers were Vivian McSwain, president; Sherrill Hahn, vice-president; Kay Lambert, secretary; Nancy Lambert, treasur- er; and Merium Lowder, reporter. In the fall of 1958 twenty- eight students walked into the senior class room, with Mrs. Claud Grigg as the class sponsor. The strang- eness of being called " Seniors " and the reali- zation that this was our last year almost knocked us off our feet. Regretfully we lost two great assets to our class, Vernona Huggins Efird and Barbara Oakley. We did gain one, Carroll Hudson, who has become a friend to all of us. The feeling of slipping our class - rings on our fingers was a dream come true, knowing that the past eleven years had been worth working for that honor. Soon we were busy working on our annual and soliciting ads to help pay for our annual. This proved to be a project, the result of which we hope to be an outstanding annual. Our class officers this year are Sherrill Hahn, president; Carroll Hudson, vice-president; Brenda Furr, secre- tary; Louise Lyall, treasurer; and Reginia Watkins, reporter. We know that our remain- ing school days will include more excitement, thrills, and work, but our greatest thrill will be graduation. From then on our future will be no longer together as a class, but each will go his or her separate way, hoping someday we shall all meet again and talk of our school days. Class Historian Joan Westbrook 10 GERALD ALMOND - " There is always time. " F.F.A., 1,2, 3, 4; F.F.A. vice president; Glee Club, 1; Basketball, 1,2, 3, 4; Base- ball, 1,2, 3, 4; French Club, 3,4; French Club vice president, 3; Booster Club pre- sident, 3; Booster Club, 3,4; Field Day, 1,2,3; Monogram Club, 3; Freshman Class play; Class president, 1; Annual staff. RAYVON BURLESON - " Must I study? Oh, what a waste of time; Baseball, 2; F.F.A., 1,2, 3, 4; 4-H Club. Freshman Class play. Field Day, 1,2,3: PATRICIA BOWERS - " Her smile will let her in when the knocker is never known. " F.H.A., 1,2, 3,4; F.H. A., historian, 4; Glee Club, 1; Basketball, 2,3,4; F.T.A., 3,4; 4-H Club, 1,2, 3, 4; 4-H secretary, 3; 4-H reporter, 4; Booster Club, 3,4; Secretary and reporter for Booster Club, 4; Mono- gram Club, 3,4; Tri-Hi-Y, 3,4; Tri-Hi-Y secretary, 3; Sports editor, 4; French Club, 3; Library Club, 4; Glee Club, 1, 3,4; Homecoming sponsor, 3,4; Glee Club li- brarian, 4. TOBY JEAN BURLESON - " Neatly dressed and full of fun, Gay and liked by every- one. " F.H. A., 1,2, 3, 4; Glee Club, 1,4; Booster Club, 3; Annual Staff. IRIS BURLESON - " While we live, let us live! " Class reporter, 1; F.H. A., 1,2, 3, 4; F.T.A., 3; Library Club, 3; French Club, 3; Glee Club, 1,4; Tri-Hi-Y, 3; Annual staff; School Reporter, 3; Cheerleader, 2,3,4; Booster Club, 3,4; Monogram Club, 3,4; F.H. A. songleader, 4; Class Poet, 4. LARRY COBLE - " Beware, I may yet do something sensational. " F.F.A. 1,2, 3, 4; Booster Club, 3,4; Mono- gram Club, 3,4; 4-H Club, 1,2; Hi-Y, 3; Baseball, 1,2, 3,4; Glee Club, 1,3; Assis- tant Business Manager, 4; Freshman Class play; Field Day, 1,2,3; [ i TONY DENNIS - " Never do today what you can put off until tomorrow. " F.F.A. 1,2, 3,4; Booster Club, 3,4; Glee Club, 1,4; F.T.A., 4; Assistant Business Manager, 4; Monogram Club, 3,4; Base- ball, 1,2, 3, 4; Basketball 2,3,4; F.F.A. secretary, 4; French Club, 4,3; Field Day 3,2; Hi-Y treasurer, 3; Hi-Y secretary 4; BRENDA FURR - " Truth gives wings to strength. " F.H.A., 1,2,4; Glee Club, 1; 4-H Club, 1,2; Office, 3; Senior Class Secretary; Annual staff. PHYLLIS HARTSELL DEESE - " A true friend is never known until she is need- ed. " F.H.A., 1,2,3; F.T.A., 3; Sophomore trea- surer; French Club, 3; 4-H Club, 1; Fash- ion Shows, 1,2, 3; Annual Staff, 4; Basket- ball doorkeeper, 3,4; CARL FURR, JR. - " Silence never betrays you. " F.F.A., 1,2, 3, 4; F. F. A. president, 4; Boo- ster Club, 3,4; Glee Club, 1; Assistant Art Director; Field Day, 1,2,3; 4-H Club, 1,2; Freshman class play; Hi-Y, 3; LINDA EUDY - " Life ' s but a span; I enjoy every inch of it. " Basketball, 1,2, 3, 4; Booster Club, 3,4; F.H.A. 1,2, 3,4; Glee Club, 1; Monogram Club 3,4; Annual staff, 4; Homecoming Queen, 2; Homecoming sponsor 3,4; DRUCILLA GRIFFIN - " Leave silence to the saints, I am but human. " F.H.A. 1,2, 3, 4; Cheerleader, 2,3; Glee Club, 1; Monogram Club, 3,4; 4-H Club, 1; Tri-Hi-Y, 3; Annual staff; Booster Club, 3,4; Co-Chief Cheerleader, 3; Homecom- ing sponsor, 3,4; 12 SHERRILL HAHN - " To play the game for all that ' s in it, to play the game and play to win it. " F.F.A., 1,2; Glee Club, 1,4; 4-H, 1; F.T.A., 3,4; Junior Class vice president, 3; French Club, 3,4; Booster Club, 3,4; Beta Club, 3,4; Marshal, 3; Beta Club vice presi- dent, 4; BILLY LAMBERT - " Sometimes I sit and think, and sometimes I just sit. " F.F.A., 1,2, 3, 4; Glee Club, 1; 4-H 1; An- nual Staff; Booster Club, 3; Freshman class play; Field Day, 3; DONNIE HERRIN - " If girls interfere with work - - quit work. " Basketball, 1,2, 3, 4; Baseball, 1,2, 3,4; Glee Club, 1,3,4; Monogram Club, 4; Booster Club 3,4; Hi-Y 3,4; F.F.A., 1,2, 3, 4; 4-H 1; Monogram Club president 4; F.F.A. treasurer; Annual staff. KAY LAMBERT - " There is no why with- out a because. " Freshman class treasurer; Chief cheer- leader, 1,2, 3,4; Booster Club, 3,4; Beta Club, 2,3,4; Monogram Club. 3,4; Student Council, 2; Sophomore class vice presi- dent; Homecoming Queen, 3; Library Club, 3; F.T.A. vice president, 3; F.H.A. vice president, 3; F.T.A. president, 4; F.H.A. president 4; French Club 3,4; French Club president, 4; Glee Club, 1,3,4; Chief Marshal, 3; Assistant Editor of an- nual, 4; Junior class secretary. Beta Club song-leader for county; Tri-Hi- Y, 4; 4-H, 1; Homecoming sponsor, 4; CARROLL HUDSON - " Too low they build, who build beneath the stars. " Athletic Club 2,1; Sophomore president ; Baseball, 2,4; Annual staff; Monogram club, 3,4; Junior Play, 3; Booster Club, 4; NANCY LAMBERT - " We build the ladder by which we rise. " F.H.A., 1,2; Glee Club, 1; Junior class treasurer; Library Club; French Club, 3,4; Scholarship; Beta Club, 3,4; Editor- in-chief of Annual; School reporter, 4; Journalism Club, 4; Beta Club president. Journalism Club president, 4; 13 MERIUM LOWDER - " We finish to begin. " F.H.A. 1,2, 3,4; F.T.A. 3,4; Basketball, 1, 2,3,4; Co-Captain, 3; Library Club, 3,4; French Club, 3,4; Glee Club 1,3,4; Mono- gram Club, 3,4; Booster Club, 3,4; F.H.A. president, 3; F.H.A. vice president, 2; Junior class historian; Booster Club vice president, 4; French Club secretary, 4; F.T.A. treasurer, 4; Glee Club secretary, 4; Assistant Editor of annual, 4; Marshall, 3; 4-H Club, 1; Class Prophet, 4; Home- coming sponsor, 2,3; PATRICIA MURRAY - " My care is for the future. " F.H.A., 1,2,4; Library Club, 3; French Club, 3; Marshall, 2; Bus Driver, 4; Glee Club, 1,4; Annual Staff, 4; LOUISE LYALL - " If I can stop one heart from breaking, I shall not live in vain. " Freshman Class vice president; Glee Club, 1; F.H.A., 1,2, 3, 4; Booster Club, 3,4; Mon- ogram Club, 3,4; Cheerleader, 1,2, 3, 4; Manager of Freshman play, 1; Senior class treasurer; Annual staff; Homecoming sponsor, 2; NONA SMART - " She was a phantom of de- light. " 4-H Club, 1,2, 3, 4; Booster Club, 3,4; Glee Club, 1,3,4; Homecoming sponsor, 2; Bas- ketball, 1,2, 3,4; Tri-Hi-Y, 3,4; F.H.A., 1, 2,3,4; Annual staff, 4; VTVLAN McSWAIN - " Impossible is un- American. " F.H.A., 1,2, 3, 4; F.H.A. County vice presi- dent and president, 3,4; 4-H Club; Pres- ident, vice president, secretary of 4-H Club, 1,2, 3, 4; Library Club vice president, 3; F.T.A. Club, 3,4; Basketball, 2,3,4; Junior class president; Booster Club, 3,4; Booster Club president, 4; Monogram Club, 3,4; Glee Club, 1,4; French Club, 3,4; Business Manager of Annual, 4; Miss Hi Miss; Tri-Hi-Y, 3,4; Freshman class play. President of Tri-Hi-Y, 3; REGINLA WATKINS - " Ask within.” Sophomore secretary; French Club, 3; Li- brary Club, 3; F.T.A., 3; Senior class reporter; National Honor Society, 1; vice president of journalism club, 4; JOAN WESTBROOK - " One heart, one way.” 4-H Songleader, 1,2, 3, 4; F.H. A. Songleader 1,3; French Club Songleader 4; Booster ' s Club 3,4; Monogram Vice President 4; Tri-Hi-Y Vice President, 3; Tri-Hi-Y President, 4; F.H. A., 1,2, 3, 4; Glee Club, 1,3,4; Annual Staff, 4; Class Historian, 4; Cheerleader 2,3,4; Freshman Class Plav. 1; Homecoming Sponser, 2; Miss D.A.R., 4; Tri-Hi-Y County Secretary - Treasur- er, 4; French Club, 3,4; BETTY WHITLEY - " Though she be little, she is fierce. " F.H. A., 1,2,4; Bus Driver, 4; Boosters Club, 4; Glee Club, 1,2,4; Annual Staff, 4; Fashion Shows, 1,2,4; Homecoming Spon- ser, 4; JOE WESTBROOK - " Act on the spur of the moment for if you wait it may be too late. " F.F.A., 1,2, 3, 4; Glee Club, 1,3,4; Basket- ball, 2,4; Boosters Club 3,4; 4-H, 1,2; Baseball, 3,4; Field Day, 1,2, 3, 4; Bus Dri- ver, 4; Freshman Class Play, 1; Testa- tor, 4; Hi-Y, 3,4; Hi-Y Secretary, 4; Mo- nogram Club, 4; Annual Staff, 4; GLENDA WINFREE - " Who gained no en- emy and lost no friend. " F.H. A., 1,2, 3, 4; French Club, 3; 4-H, 1,2, 3,4; Fashion Show, 1,2,4; Glee Club, 1,3; Boosters Club, 3,4; Annual Staff, 4; 4-H President, 4; MASCOTS Alva Dennis Kathy Whitley SENIOR STATISTICS GERALD ALMOND Nickname - " Zeke " Pastime - Tinkering with his T-Model Weakness - Hotrods Hangout - Starlight Ambition - To get his car in running condition. PATRICIA BOWERS Nickname - " Pat " Pastime - Typing for teachers Weakness - Brown eyes Hangout - with Joan and Vivian Ambition - To be a private secretary. IRIS BURLESON Nickname - " Deemoe " Pastime - Pretending and wishing Weakness - A certain smile Hangout - Efird ' s Ambition - To understand herself RAYVON BURLESON Nickname - " Rabe " Pastime - Driving Weakness - Mt. Gilead girls Hangout - Bill ' s Ambition - To get driving license again TOBY JEAN BURLESON Nickname - " Tob " Pastime - Dating James Weakness - Pretty cloth es Hangout - With James Ambition - To succeed LARRY COBLE Nickname - " Coble " Pastime - Working on " Red Bug " Weakness - Women Hangout - Starlight Ambition - To stay awake in classes TONY DENNIS Nickname - " Dennis the Menace " Pastime - Talking to girls Weakness - Girls who drive chevrolets Hangout - Starlight Ambition - To be an engineer PHYLLIS DEESE Nickname - " Phyl " Pastime - Being a wife Weakness - Wedding rings Hangout - Anywhere Ritchie is Ambition - To learn how to do the Hula Hoop LINDA EUDY Nickname - " Jr. " Pastime - Riding Weakness - Sailors Hangout - Brenda ' s Ambition - To get her wish BRENDA FURR Nickname - " Bren " Pastime - Day Dreaming Weakness - Fusses with Pat Hangout - With girls Ambition - To be happy forever CARL FURR, JR. Nickname - " Curly " Pastime - Sitting still Weakness - Being helpful Hangout - Albemarle Ambition - To be a dairy farmer DRUCILLA GRIFFIN Nickname - " Dru " Pastime - Day dreaming Weakness - " Tob " Hangout - Black convertible Ambition - To finish school SHERRILL HAHN Nickname - " Scoop " Pastime - Blushing Weakness - 1940 green Ford trucks Hangout - Home Ambition - To be a " pill-peddler " DONNIE HERRIN Nickname - " Frosty " Pastime - Dating Weakness - An Albemarle girl Hangout - Starlight Ambition - To win an argument with Mrs. Henkel CARROLL HUDSON Nickname - " Good Looking " Pastime - Pushing grocery carts Weakness - 45 minute dates Hangout - Concord Road Ambition - To own a new Chevrolet BILLY LAMBERT Nickname - " Bill " Pastime - Washing cars Weakness - Black hair Hangout - Starlight Ambition - To be a big boy KAY LAMBERT Nickname - " Shorty " Pastime - Arguing Weakness - Broken ferris wheel Hangout - Merium ' s house Ambition - To change the whole world NANCY LAMBERT Nickname - " Snookie " Pastime - Talking to Reginia Weakness - Women Drivers Hangout - Belk ' s Basement Ambition - To meet the deadline MERIUM LOWDER Nickname - " Bub " Pastime - Thinking of Jim Weakness - ' 56 Chevrolet Hangout - Doctor ' s office Ambition - To get through high school in one piece LOUISE LYALL Nickname - " Lou " Pastime - Keeping up with the Seniors ' money Weakness - Tall Boys Hangout - ' 55 Chevrolet ' s Ambition - To grow taller VIVIAN McSWAIN Nickname - " Lefty " Pastime - Sleeping and eating Weakness - Stubborn cows Hangout - Gym Ambition - To be a fashion illustrator PATRICIA MURRAY Nickname - " Pat " Pastime - Dating Weakness - Driving the school bus Hangout - Everywhere Ambition - To succeed NONA SMART Nickname - " Horse " Pastime - Going everywhere Weakness - Boys Hangout - Margaret ' s house Ambition - To join the W.A.F. and see the world REGINIA WATKINS Nickname - " Ginger " Pastime - Talking to Nancy Weakness - Blue eyes Hangout - Home Ambition - To graduate from college JOAN WESTBROOK Nickname - " Joanie " Pastime - Cooking Weakness - Gary Hangout - ' 56 Pontiac Ambition - To get a Mrs. Degree JOE WESTBROOK Nickname - " Pug " Pastime - Picking Weakness - Hard Luck Hangout - Starlight Ambition - To go somewhere without Joan BETTY WHITLEY Nickname - " Bjay " Pastime - Being Witty Weakness - Chewing gum in class Hangout - Dime Store Ambition - To get an A on conduct GLENDA WINFREE Nickname - " Blondie " Pastime - Giving 4-H demonstrations Weakness - Fussing with Vivian Hangout - Joyce ' s house Ambition - To wear high heels MRS. GRIGG Nickname - " Margie " Pastime - Trying to keep the Seniors quiet Weakness - Chewing gum Hangout - Class meetings Ambition - To keep the Seniors oi ' 59 quiet Statistician Phyllis Hartsell Deese 16 MOST INTELLECTUAL NEATEST Nancy Lambert Patricia Murray Sherrill Hahn Tony Dennis MOST TALKATIVE Nona Smart Larry Coble BEST DRESSED Patricia Murray Donnie Herrin MOST TALENTED Joan Westbrook Rayvon Burleson FRIENDLIEST Phyllis Deese Larry Coble SUPERLATIVES SENIOR SUPERLATIVES I MOST COURTEOUS Phyllis Deese Sherrill Hahn MOST LIKELY TO SUCCEED Nancy Lambert Sherrill Hahn MOST VERSATILE Iris Burleson Gerald Almond BEST LOOKING Reginia Watkins Donnie Herrin Jfilf Ik MOST DEPENDABLE Patricia Bowers Sherrill Hahn MOST INFLUENTIAL Vivian McSwain Gerald Almond EDITOR-IN-CHIEF Nancy Lambert ASSISTANT EDITOR Merium Lowder ASSISTANTS ASSISTANT Joe Westbrook ASSISTANT EDITOR Kay Lambert MANAGERS BUSINESS MANAGER Vivian McSwain ASSISTANT Tony Dennis ASSISTANT Gerald Almond 12 ASSISTANT Larry Coble MARSHALS Shearon Efird, chief, Janice McSwain, Roma Gene Burleson, Diana Parker, June Whitley, Frances Hussey, Diane Mauldin. ANNUAL STAFF ■ . .. - SENIOR QUEENS MISS D.A.R. GOOD CITIZEN Joan Westbrook MISS HIGH MISS Vivian McSwain LAST WILL AND TESTAMENT We the Senior Class of Endy High School in the year of our Lord 1958-1959, being in high spirits and sound minds do hereby make this our last will and testa- ment. To the soon-to-be freshmen, the present eighth grade, we leave our places on the sports lists and all school activities, hoping each will enjoy them as much as we did. We also hope that each will some- day be a champion. To the freshmen we leave our " bobbysocks, crew and butch hair cuts, peroxide hair, worn-out loafers, old report cards, and dirty blue jeans. " To the sophomores we leave our ability to sell so that when they become j uniors and seniors they will be as good salesmen as we have been through out the years. We also pass on to them our title, " A Talkative Class, " hoping they will learn to speak at the appropriate time. We ' ve never acquired that art. by with as many things as they did and not get caught. To Jane Adams, Patricia Bowers and Louise Lyall will their ability to be a contestant in many school beauty contests. To Glenda Carriker, Brenda Furr and Phyllis Deese will their friendliness and quietness hoping she will be admired as they were. To Gene Hinson, Joe Westbrook leaves his superla- tive " Cutest " in the senior class. To Tony Whitley, Donnie Herrin leaves his good looks and driving ability. To Jimmy Mercer, Tommy Dick and Larry Lambert, Gerald Almond wills his basketball ability and good sportsmanship. To Ronnie Morton, Terrell Whitley, and Ronnie Smith, Tony Dennis wills his weakness for girls. To the juniors we leave our front seats in the audi- torium and the honor of having certain students stand up as you enter. Our empty desks in our home room we also leave to you. Make your last year a happy one and show your underclassmen, who admire and look up to you, that you are worthy of their admir- ation. Now to each member of the junior class each of us leaves his personal belongings. To Gerald Carriker, Jerry Lowder and Jimmy Mor- gan, Carl Furr wills his ability to blush when girls speak to them. To Patricia Almond, Patricia Murray and Glenda Winfree will their neat appearances. To Gloria Goss, Nancy Lambert leaves her ability to study, knowing that this will be an asset when taking exams as it was for Nancy. To Diane Parker, Reginia Watkins and Kay Lambert will their warm smile and good looks. To Carol Burleson, Rayvon Burleson wills his ab- ility to keep his driver ' s license. To Roma Jean Burleson, Nona Smart and Linda Eudy will their ability to play basketball. ToBernie Almond, Carroll Hudson and Larry Coble will their abilities to get along with the girls in his class. To Nancy Almond, Vivian McSwain and Merium Low- der will their abilities to participate and co-operate in all school activities. To Shearon Efird, Sherrill Hahn wills his position as " Most Likely toSucceed, " and his ability to work with his classmates. To Judy Burleson, Iris Burleson, Drucilla Griffin and Betty Whitley will their wit hoping that Judy can get To Patricia Howard, Joan Westbrook and Toby Jean Burleson will their ability to wear high heels, yet not be a skyscraper. To Davie Burleson, Kenneth Lowder and Kenneth Harleson, Billy Lambert wills his height, hoping they can get as many girls to suit them as Billy did. To the entire junior class Lorretta No wling wills her sincere thanks for making this year a pleasant one. To Mr. Overcash, who has always stood ready to help us, to all the teachers who have guided us through- out our formative years, and to our parents who have sacrificed so much for us, and loved us in spite of our short-comings, we leave our sincerest gratitude and appreciations. Executor Testator, Joe Westbrook 24 JUNIORS President . . Vice President Secretary . . Treasurer . . Reporter . . . Tony Whitley . Gloria Goss Nancy Almond Ronnie Smith Diane Parker JUNIOR SPONSOR Mrs. C. F. Henkel 26 Jane Adams Bernie Almond Nancy Almond Patricia Almond Carol Burleson Davie Burleson Judy Burleson Roma Gene Burleson Gerald Carriker Glenda Carriker Tommy Dick Shearon Efird Mary Elizabeth Furr 27 Gloria Goss Patricia Howard Kenneth Harleson Jerry Lowder Kenneth Lowder Larry Lambert Jimmy Mercer Jimmy Morgan Ronnie Morton Diane Parker Ronnie Smith Terrell Whitley Tony Whitley Gene Hinson 28 SOPHOMORES SOPHOMORE OFFICERS President . . . Vice President Secretary . . Treasurer . . Reporter . . . . Toby Burleson Frances Hussey . Treva Almond . . . Kay Sells . Anita Hartsell 30 Charles Almond Treva Almond Elaine Benner Judy Bowers Sylvia Bowers Roger Bunting Ronnie Broadway Cecil Burleson Joyce Burleson Keith Burleson Nona Sue Burleson Roger Burleson Toby Burleson Tony Burleson Carolyn Coley Elvene Dick Edward Efird Jimmy Efird 31 Keith Efird Nancy Efird Anita Hartsell Shirley Hatley Zoe Huneycutt Brenda Hodge Frances Hussey Janice McSwain Ann Mercer Tommy Morgan Ellene Whitley Betty Carol Whitley Barbara Winfree 32 FRESHMEN OFFICERS President . . . Vice President Secretary . . Treasurer . . Reporter . . . Janice Speight June Whitley Bernita Carr . Ann Whitley Elizabeth Hill FRESHMAN SPONSOR Mr. Stephen Hopkins 34 Pamela Adkins Stevie Alexander Billy Almond Alton Barfield Newman Burleson Steve Burleson Bernita Carr Daisy Cox Judy Efird Tony Efird Clegg Eudy Jerry Eudy Truley Fesperman Brenda Furr Cecil Furr Norman Hartsell Elizabeth Hill Jeff Hinson Betty Howel Kay Huggins Butch Hussey Richard Lambert Jimmy Lowder Diane Mauldin Reggie Medlin Carol Moss Janice Speights Wayne Taylor Ann Whitley June Whitley EIGHTH GRADE Patricia Almond Lee Bowers Rex Burleson Sidney Burleson Vann Burleson W. C. Burleson Lorraine Carpenter Sue Efird Evola Furr Gerald Furr Judy Goss Terry Harleson Florence Helms Joyce Hodge Cathern Howell Jimmy Hudson Ross Huneycutt Sherrill Huneycutt Dwight Lambert Emily Lowder Joyce Lowder Troy Mabry Johnny Merten Eddie Morton Phillip Morton Shirley Morton Joyce Paul Edward Stiller Louis Talbert Stephen Thompson Freida Whitley 38 SEVENTH GRADE Jerry Adkins Jennings Almond Ronald Almond Donald Bowers Dwight Burleson Gail Burleson Jerry Burleson Jerry Burris Garland Carr Reggie Coley R. A. Cox Jerry Crisco Linda Davis Janice Deese Janice Dick Jerry Efird Gloria Eudy Sidney Eudy Margaret Furr Terry Goss Ann Harleson Noel Hartsell Elaine Helms Brenda Hinson Beatrice Huneycutt Roger Jones Brenda Lambert Gary Lambert Ruth Lambert Lynn Mauldin Buddy Melton Linda Morris W. C. Pickier Ronnie Thompson Mark Tucker Jimmy Tucker Dennis Underwood Thelma Watkins Lynette Whitley Patricia Whitley Brenda Wise 39 SIXTH GRADE Dianne Aldridge Neil Almond Pamela Almond Gay Barfield John Bowers Jackie Burleson John Hoyle Burleson Paula Burleson Phil Burleson Sandra Burleson Pam Burris Cheri Carter Becky Cotten Elaine Davis Joe Earnhardt Garrett Efird Dwight Eudy Calvin Furr Casinia Furr Buddy Hatley Phyllis Hatley Tommy Huggins Gene Huneycutt Janice Hussey Billy Lambert Annette Morris Linda Shue Nicky Teeter Sue Nell Thomas Brenda Turner 40 FIFTH GRADE David Almond Stephan Almond Elaine Boone Larry Bowers Frank Burleson James David Burleson Karen Burleson Linda Burleson Diann Burris Rita Burris Judy Cox Ronnie Efird Jody Eudy Lance Hartsell Sylvia Hodge Michael Lambert Rebecca Lambert Carolyn Little David Mauldin Jimmy Mullis Stephen Smith Wanda Smith Alice Starnes Henry Stiller Donald Teeter 41 FIFTH GRADE Saundra Bowers Allen Bullock Bruce Burleson Jo Burleson Judy Carter Ricky Coley Sandra Coley Eugene Earnhardt Melinda Eudy Donald Fink David Furr Frankie Hatley Cynthia Hodge Nancy Lowder Lynn Mabry Becky Medlin Benny Morris Alton Morton Dickie Ray Roger Smith Roger Underwood Teddy Vanhoy Danny Whitley Gerald Winfree Jane Whitley 42 FOURTH GRADE Bruce Almond Debbie Almond Flavella Almond Kenneth Almond Linda Almond Linda Burleson Roger Burleson Shearon Burleson Dianne Burris Kathie Carr Mary Cox Patsy Davis Delane Efird Kathy Efird Dwight Eudy Elizabeth Furr Tereda Furr Wanda Furr Steven Hardey Gordon Hatley Rebecca Hatley Ann Helms Marilyn Helms Elaine Hinson Wilda Hinson Rebecca Howard Judy Lambert George Morris Sherrill Morgan Gail Mullis Paul Smith Gail Smith Mary Ann Troutman Gail Whitley Jean Whitley 43 THIRD GRADE Douglas Barbee Wanda Barbee Bobbie Boone Jerry Burleson Lanny Burleson Reggie Burleson Marilyn Burris Renee Burleson Judy Coble Nancy Davis Janet Efird Ervin Eudy Priscilla Eudy Donny Fesperman Boyd Furr Norma Jean Furr Naia Harker Jean Hatley Max Helms Judy Hill Reggie Lambert Marvin Lisk Linda Little Judy Lowder Tony Lowder Connie Mauldin Linda Ray Annette Smith Nancy Smith John Thompson Treva Thompson Mary Ellen Tucker Jackie Underwood Ann Waller Michael Winfree 44 SECOND GRADE Clona Lee Almond Denise Almond Hoyett Almond Merle Almond Sharon Almond Janice Barbee Nola Boone Donnie Bowers Jack Bullock Chris Burleson Connie Burleson Muriel Burleson Michael Clark Paul Carr Mickev Carter Lonnie Cox Jeff Efird Zoe Efird Beth Eudy Jerry Fink Allan Furr Gwendolyn Furr Johnny Helms Jane Hinson Jessie Howard Linda Little Rickie Lowder Dan McSwain Sam Morris Roy Morton Stephen Parker Bob Starnes C. L. Taylor Terri Titus Donnie Underwood Sarah Waller 45 FIRST GRADE David Whitley Terry Whitley Guy Almond Donna Burleson Ellen Burleson Judy Burleson Debbie Burris Opal Burris Cristy Carter Wayne Cox Kathy Crowell Margaret Furr Terry Furr David Garris Kathy Goss William Hatley Colean Helms Jo Ann Howell Karen Huneycutt Bobby Johnson Frankie Lambert Sidney Lambert Fred Little Ronnie Lowder Steve Lowder Deborah Mauldin Tony Mauldin Carol Morton Bonnie Murray Randy Poole Kenny Scott Annette Sides Byron Smith Dianne Starnes Gail Teeter Kent Teeter Bonnie Titus Barbara Turner 46 1 Dianne Parker, forward Nona Smart, guard Linda Eudy, forward Patricia Bowers, guard BASKETBALL GIRLS Merium Lowder, forward Vivian McSwain, guard BASKETBALL TEAM , j Tony Whitley, center Tommy Dick, forward BOYS’ Larry Lambert, guard Donnie Herrin, guard BASKETBALL Gerald Almond, forward Mr. Harris, coach BOYS ' TEAM V , BASEBALL TEAM MONOGRAM CLUB CHEERLEADERS Kay Lambert, Treva Almond, Louise Lyall, Sylvia Bowers, Joan Westbrook, Iris Burleson BOOSTERS CLUB Mr. Harris, sponsor home a F19S9 MISS MERRY CHRISTMAS Zoe Huneycutt FUTURE TEACHERS OF AMERICA Mrs. Henkel, sponsor LIBRARY CLUB FRENCH CLUB REPORTERS’ CLUB Mrs. Henkel, sponsor Mrs. Henkel and Mrs. Swarigen, co-sponsors. 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Main Albemarle, North Carolina Phone YU 2-7412 Compliments of JOHN BOONE Albemarle, North Carolina Compliments of Compliments of LITTLE ' S GRILL ENDY T. V. RADIO REPAIR Oakboro, North Carolina Albemarle, North Carolina GERRY ' S SMALL ENGINE SERVICE Compliments of Phone YU 2-5518 For pick up delivery 123 Carolina Avenue Albemarle, North Carolina NORWOOD DEPARTMENT STORE Norwood, North Carolina Compliments of Complimer s 0 J. C. FURR L. H. GROCERY Oakboro, North Carolina Albemarle, North Carolina Compliments of J. E. LITTLE Oakboro, North Carolina What-A-Burger BILL RUSSEL Phone YU 2-6888 East Main Albemarle, North Carolina ERNEST A. WHITLEY MARGIE’S BEAUTY SALON General Contractor 107 Slack Street Residential Building and Repairing Specializes in Breck Frog Pond Phone HU 5-3416 Realistic Permanent Waving Albemarle Phone YU 2-4393 Compliments of Compliments of GOODY SHOP ALBEMARLE BUS STATION Albemarle, North Carolina Albemarle, North Carolina Compliments of LOFTIN ' S DRUG STORE Compliments of DEWEY D. TREECE Building Specialties Albemarle, North Carolina Albemarle, North Carolina Compliments of STANLY ELECTRIC CO. 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