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THE 1951 IMPERSONA TOR MARY ANN McCARLEY Art Editor BETTY JEAN ICARD Editor ANN LONG Advertising Manager VOLUME XIII PUBLISHED BY THE BETA CLUB FRANCIS GARROU HIGH SCHOOL, VALDESE, NORTH CAROLINA FOR] We the Annual Staff of the Imperson through the pages of this book and recall many j High.” To us, some of the highlights of 195( Our First Burke County Festival, Our New Indus Christmas Festival, Junior and Senior Banquet, G was enjoyed by all. |RD l hope that in the years to come, you may leaf umt memories of the " good old days at Valdese )|1 were Football Games, Halloween Carnival, it Art Department, and New Dramatics Class, iltion and last the Pepsi-Cola Machine which THE ANNUAL STAFF r DEDICATION ■ 4 . I or his kindness and understanding toward each student and faculty memlx:r as an individual, for his intent interest in all school activities, no matter how large or how small; for his ever present effort to better both sclux)l and community life; for his untiring willingness to help wherever he is needed, for these and many other fine qualities, we affectionately dedicate the 1950-195 1 Impersonator to our Principal, Mr. John L. Johnson. TO THE CLASS OF 1951 Your pathway of preparation for life is still long. It matters little whether you proceed to some institution of higher learning, whether you find your place in honorable and gainful employment, or whether you answer the call to your country’s colors—there’s still more to be learned than you already know. Whatever your task, apply yourself. Your performance will never exceed your interest. There must be on your part a will to attain, whether you have much or little ambition. Your happiness in life with others and with yourself will depend to no little extent on your attitudes and your sense of values. This has been true during your school days; it will be true as long as you live. For what life can be happy to gain through greed and fraud . . . . without regard for the right of others, without regard for the feeling of your neighbor, without regard for the effect on our fellow men and on society? Tua vita loquitur ipsa! FACULTY MR. JOHN L. JOHNSON, A. B. Principal Carson Newman College Jefferson City, Tenn. LEO BREVARD, B. S. Science - History ogy and Physisal Education achian State Teachers College Boone, N. C. BURTON K. BARGER, A. B. Physical Education-Mathematics Lenoir Rhyne College Hickory, N. C. MYRA BRASWELL, A. B. English - Guidance Counselor Greensboro College, Greensboro, N. C. SADYE BARGER, A. B. Commercial Lenoir Rhyne Hickory, N. C CHARLES BRINKLEY, A. B. English, U. S. History, Librarian Wake Forest College Wake Forest, N. C. FACULTY RALPH CLARK. B. Eighth Grade Western Carolina Teachers Cullowhee, N. C. BEVERLY ANN McDANIEL, A B. Seventh Grade Duke University. Durham. N. C. College ANITA GHIGO, A. B. French. English Maryville College, Maryville, Tcnn. BETTY ANN CLEMENT. B. S. Vocational Home Economics Winthrop College Rock Hill, S. C. i H. D. MORETZ, B. S. General Science. Algebra II. Geometry, Chemistry Lenoir Rhyne College Hickory, N. C. JESSIE CHARLOTTE FOWKE. B. A Piano Furman University South Carolina RUTH GRAY MULL, A. B. Eighth GraJc Lenoir Rhyne College, Hickory, N. C. ■LISSA W. GRILL. A. B. and M. Seventh Grade ioir Rhyne College, Hickory, N. ( ppalachian State Teachers College, Boone, N. C. ADA LEE RANDALL, A. Social Sciences. English Flora Macdonald College, Red Springs, N. G ELOISE MARLOWE. B S. Social Studies. Mathematics Appalachian State Teachers College. Boone, N. C. IVORY C. WILSOjN. B S. Industrial Arts. Algebra I Western Carolina Teachers College, Cullowhee, N. C. GEORGE F. WILSON. B S. Music Appalachian State Teachers College Boone, N. C. STAFF Betty Jean Icard Editor-in-chief George Grill Assistant Editor Ann Long Advertising Manager Vivian Grisette Mary Ann McCarley Business Manager Art Editor Jeanne Grana Picture Editor Juanita Cline Willis Lachot Sports Editor Assistant Advertising Mana X Norma Lester 2nd Assistant Advertising Manager Mrs. Sadye Barger Sponsor Miss Ada Randall Sponsor flirt, ft y Ahcrn-irky i v t e Hi Phi $0H “i e Rob irhtr n y Gi ou. Qe 0 £ C:r tr Tk 6 mas GRADUATION I wonder what a senior thinks As he sits before the crowd, How mixed must be his emotions Half-smiling, yet sad and proud. As he sits there thinking of the future And then of the past. How he had tread the halls day after day Wishing for his senior year—his last. When he receives his diploma Twelve years come rushing back Bringing with them precious mem’ries That are milestones along that track. Then the past fades quickly as it came Only the future remains. BY GRADY ICARD CLASS RING Symbolizing the " Class of 1951” the class ring is gold, set with an oval-shaped black onyx crested with a " V”. Inscribed around the set is " Francis Garrou High School, Valdese.” On one side is the school mascot, the " Tiger”, and on the other side is the Waldensian Monument—thus representing an outstanding symbol of the school and the town. CLASS OFFICERS CLASS MOTTO ' ' They conquer who think they can. " Louise Perrou President David Abernathy Vice President Maxine Briggs Secretary CLASS FLOWER White Carnation Randy Evans Linda Burns Mascots CLASS COLORS Green and White Wilma Bleynat Treasurer Jeanne Grana Assistant Treasurer SENIORS ARLENE ABEE English Club 2; Allied Youth 4; Girl Scouts 1, 2, 3, 4. MAXINE ABEE Girl ' s Chorus 1, 2; Mixed Chorus 1, 2; Softball 2; English Club 2; Student Faculty 1; Office Assistant 4. AUDREY ANDERSON Hickory: F. H. A. 2; Spanish Club 2; Student Council 2; Valdese: Girl’s Chorus 4; Mixed Chorus 4; Football Sponsor 4; Senior Superlative, " Most Dignified.” Publications Club Beauty Contest 2, Hickory. DANNY ABERNATHY English Club 2; French Club 4; Lettermen Club 3, 4; Baseball 2, 3, 4; Football 1, 2; Mixed Chorus 3, 4; Boy’s Chorus 3; Band 1; Senior Superlative, " Most Attractive.” DAVID ABERNATHY Class Officer, Vice President 4; Allied Youth 4; Paper Staff, Editor-in-chief 4; Sigma Delta Phi 2, 3, 4; Vice President 4; French Club 4; Vice President; Band 3, 4; Declamations 3, County Win¬ ner; Boy Scouts 1, 2, 3, 4; English Club 2, President; Delegate to Spelling Contest 2; Dramatics Club 4; Junior Rotarian 4; Senior Superlative, " Most Likely to Succeed.” LOYD ANNAS Class Treasurer 1; English Club 2; Football 2, 3, 4; Beta Club |3, 4; Treasurer 4; Delegate to Beta Club Convention 3; Junior Marshall 3; Office Assistant 4; Senior Superlative, " Most Dig- iiified.” SENIORS IRENE BEDFORD Girl’s Chorus 2, 3. ANN BERRY English Club 2; Allied Youth, Secretary 4; French Club 4; Office Assistant 4; Class Prophet 4; Girl’s Chorus 2, 3; Mixed Chorus 2, 3- WILMA BLEYNAT English Club, President 2; Junior Marshall 3; American History Award 3; Allied Youth 4; Beta Club 3, 4; President ; Class Treasurer 4; Football Sponsor 4; Office Assistant 4; Senior Su¬ perlative, " Most Studious.” MAXINE BRIGGS English Club 2; Class Officer, Secretary, 4; Footoall Sponsor 1, 4; Football Queen Attendant 4; F. H. A. 1, 2; Senior Superla¬ tive, " Cutest.” ELIZABETH BRIGHT English Club 2; Girl’s Chorus 4; Mixed Chorus 4; Allied Youth 4; F. H. A. 4; French Club 4. ELOISE BUMGARNER Girl’s Chorus 1, 2; Mixed Chorus 1,2; English Club 2; French Club 4; Office Assistant 4; Student Faculty 2. SENIORS I 1 FRANCES BUMGARNER j English Club 2. BETTY BURNS Student Faculty 2; English Club 2; Librarian 3; Beta Club 3, 4, Secretary 4; Office Assistant 4. ELIZABETH BURNS F. H. A. 1, 2; English Club 2. BILLIE DOVE BYRD Girl’s Chorus 1, 2, 4; English Club 2; F. H. A. 1; Allied Youth 4; Student Faculty 2; Mixed Chorus 1, 2, 4. JULIA CHURCH F. H. A. 1; English Club 2; Dramatic Club 4; Paper Staff, Reporter, 4; Sigma Delta Phi, Secretary, 4. PAUL CLARK English Club 2; Football 3, 4; Lettermen Club 3, 4; Secretary of Junior Class 3; Senior Superlative, " Neatest.” SENIORS MELVIN CLINE English Club 2; Band 1, 2, 3; Class Lawyer 4; Allied Youth 4; Senior Superlative, " Most Original.’’ PEGGY CLINE F. H. A. 1; English Club 2. PHYLLIS DEAL Basketball 3, 4; Softball 2; Dramatics Club, President 4; Wom¬ en s Athletic Club, Vice President 4; Newspaper Staff, Exchange Editor 4. MURIEL DYE F. H. A. 2; English Club 2; Allied Youth 4; Girl ' s Chorus 4; Mixed Chorus 4. GENE EPLEY English Club 2; Lettermen Club, Secretary 4; Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4; Boy Scouts 1, 2. PAULA EVANS F. H. A. 1, 2; Girl ' s Chorus 4; Mixed Chorus 4; Librarian 4; Allied Youth 4. SENIORS JOHNNY GARROU TOMMY GARROU Class President 1; Debating 1; Student Faculty 1; Allied Youth 4; Boy Scouts 1; English Club 1. BETTY GIRAUD English Club 2; French Club 4; Office Assistant 4. HAROLD GLASBROOKS Football 2, 3, 4; Monogram Club 2, 3, 4; Junior Rotarian 4. BOBBY GOODE JEANNE GRANA English Club 2: Girl’s Chorus 3, 4; Mixed Chorus 3, 4; French Club, President 4; Beta Club, 3, 4; Assistant Editor of Annual 3; Picture Editor 4; Vice President Beta Club; Assistant Class Treas¬ urer 4; Class Historian 4; Student Faculty 2. SENIORS GEORGE GRILL Student Faculty 1; Student Council 2; Cheerleader 1; English Club 2; Drum Major 2, 3, 4; Beta Club 3, 4; Impersonator Staff, Assistant Editor 4; Baton Club 4; Allied Youth 4; Senior Superla¬ tive, " Most Studious.’’ VIVIAN GRISETTE Beta Club 3, 4; Class President 1; Halloween Queen 1; Bufktf County Recitation Winner 1; English Club 2; Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Girl ' s Chorus 1, 2, 3; Mixed Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4; Drum Majorette 3, 4; Dance Band 4; French Club 4; Allied Youth 4; Football Spon¬ sor 3; Dramatics Club 4; Junior Marshall 3; Annual Staff 3, 4; Newspaper Staff 4; Miss " Hi " delegate to Winthrop College 4; Senior Superlative, " Most Original.” JANE HARRIS Secretary of English Club 2; Student Faculty 2; Allied Youth 4; Office Assistant 4. FRANKIE HARRISON Beta Club 4; English Club 2; French Club 4; Girl’s Chorus 2, 3; Mixed Chorus 3; F. H. A. 1, 2, 3, 4; Parliamentarian 2; Treasurer 3; President 4; Delegate to White Lake 1, 2; Senior Superlative, " Most Courteous.” 1 HAROLD HARTMAN Lettermen Club 3, 4; Football 1, 2, 3, 4; English Club 2; Class Officer, Treasurer 3; Basketball 1, 2; Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4; Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4; Senior Superlative, " Most Popular” EARLINE HINKLE English Club 2; Student Librarian 3; Allied Youth 4; Paper Staff, Reporter 4; Dramatics Club 4; Sigma Delta Phi 4; First Aid Assistant 4. SENIORS BYRD HINSHAW Bus Driver 3, 4; Allied Youth, Treasurer 4. FRANK HOYLE English Club 2; French Club 4. DAVID HALLYBURTON Football 2, 3, 4; Monogram Club 3, 4; English Club 2. BETTY JEAN ICARD Librarian 2; Student Faculty 1, 2; English Club 2; French Club 4; Beta Club 3, 4; Delegate to Girl’s State 3; Delegate to Beta Club Convention 3; Annual Staff 3, 4; Assistant Advertising Mana¬ ger 3; Editor-in-Chief 4; Band 3, 4; Football Sponsor and Queen 2; Football Sponsor and Queen Attendant 4; Allied Youth 4; Secretary of French Club 4; Senior Superlative, " Neatest.” GRADY ICARD English Club 2. JEANETTE JACUMIN English Club 2; Librarian 3; F. H. A. 4; Allied Youth 4. SENIORS WILLIS LACHOT Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Mixed and Boy ' s Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4; Quartet 1, 2, 3, 4; Band 2; Vice President of English Club 2; Secretary of Sophomore Class 2; Delegate to Mars Hill 2, 3; Beta Club 3, 4; Delegate to Boy ' s State 3; Lettermen Club 1, 2, 3, 4; French Club 4; Class Parliamentarian 4; Delegate tto Optimist Bowl 4. JOHNNY LAUGHRIDGE Football 2; Chorus 2; Monogram Club 2. BETTY JOE LINDSAY Jr. Varsity Basketball 1; Cheerleader 2, 3, 4; Allied Youth 4; Girl ' s Chorus 3, 4; Mixed Cho rus 3, 4; English Club 2. ANN LONG Band 1; Chorus 1, 2, 3; Secretary of English Club 2; Beta Club 3, 4; Annual Staff 3, 4; Allied Youth 4; Class President 3; French Club 4; Student Faculty 2; Senior Superlative, " Most Likely to Succeed. " ALBERT LOWDERMILK Basketball 2, 3, 4; Football 3, 4; Lettermen Club 3, 4; Boy ' s Chorus 1, 2, 3; Mixed Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4; Band 1; Chorus Delegate to Mars Hill 3; French Club 4; English Club 2. MARY LOU LOWMAN Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; Dramatics Club, Secretary 4; Women ' s Athletic Club 3, 4; President; Softball 1, 2, 3, 4; Newspaper Staff, Sports Editor 4; Senior Superlative, " Most Athletic.” SENIORS TEDDY MAUNEY English Club 2; Scouts 1, 2; Allied Youth 4 . PATRICIA MOOSE Girl’s Chorus 1, 2, 4; Mixed Chorus 1, 2, 4; Librarian 4; Dramatics Club 4; Newspaper Staff, Assistant Editor 4; Allied Youth 4; Football Sponsor 4; English Club 2; Senior Superlative " Wittiest.” i LOUISE PERROU English Club 2; Librarian 2; Recitation Winner 2; Girl’s Chorus 2, 3, 4; President; Mixed Chorus, Vice President 3; Class President 4; Delegate to Girl’s State 3; Dramatics Club 4; French Club 4; Chorus Delegate to Mars Hill 3; Senior Superlative " Most ; Popular.” PEGGY JANE PERROU Girl’s Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4; Mixed Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4; English Club 2; French Club 4; F. H. A. 1, 2; Halloween Queen 2; Christmas Queen 4; Senior Superlative, " Most Attractive.” Burke County Festival Queen 4. LEWIS PARKER English Club 2; Scouts 1, 2, 3, 4; Allied Youth 4. VANCE PASCAL Bus Driver 4; Dramatics Club 4; English Club 2; Vice Presi¬ dent, Allied Youth 4; Student Faculty 2; Paper Staff, Typist. SENIORS DICKIE PONS Class Officer 1; Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4; Basketball 2, 3, 4; Mono¬ gram Club 3, 4; English Club 2; Senior Superlative, " Cutest.” MARGARET PONS English Club 2, Cheerleader 4; Mixed Chorus 4; Girl s Chorus 2, 4; Allied Youth 4 GLENN POWELL Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Monogram Club 3, 4; Baseball 3, 4. JOYCE RAMSEY Baton Club 4; English Club 2; F. H. A. 1, 2; Football Queen 4; Majorette 2, 3. 4. J. L. RECTOR Scouts 1,2, 3, 4; Eagle Scout 4; Football 3, 4. BOBBE RIDDLE Valdese: Allied Youth 4; California; Girl’s Association 1; Roller Skating Club 2; Softball Club 3; Choru s 2. SENIORS BILL RIDDLE Baseball 3, Allied Youth 4; Bus Driver 3, 4; Senior Superlative, " Wittiest.” BILL ROBINSON Football 2, o, 4, Baseball 2, 3, 4; Basketball 2; Monogram Club 2, 3, 4; Treasurer 4; Senior Superlative, " Most Athletic.” I DUANE ROBINSON Chorus 2, 3, 4; Mixed Chorus 3, 4; Debating Club 3; French Club 4. CHARLEAN THOMAS F. H. A. 1, 2; English Club 2; Beta Club 3, 4; Librarian 2. I JUNINE TRON Chorus 2, 3, 4; Band 1, 2, 3, 4; French Club 4; English Club 2; Class Secretary 2; Senior Superlative ' Best All Around.” Rep¬ resentative to Burke County Festival 4. FRANCIS VERREAULT Football 2, 3; Basketball 2, 3, 4; Monogram Club 2, 3, 4; Boy ' s Chorus 2. SENIORS CHARLES WHISENANT Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Monogram Club, President 4, Secretary 3; Vice President of Freshmen Class 1; English Club 2; Delegate to Optimist Bowl 4; Senior Superlative, " Best Around. " ALMA YOUNG Office Assistant 4; English Club 2. CLASS HISTORY The great year 1951 has finally arrived. It is a great year for us, the Senior Class of 1951, but let us take old Father Time s hand and journey back to the year 1947 when a great swarm of one hundred and six green and excited, yet determined freshmen invaded the V. H. S. campus. We soon found it was a great task trying to learn Algebra, but after a while most of us mastered it. Our principal was Mr. Charles B. Honeycutt and our teachers were: Mr. H. L. LaFevers, Miss Betty Cline, Mrs. Jean Miller, Mr. W. J. Cotten, Miss Anita Ghigo, Miss Lucy Goins, Mr. Burton Barger and Mr. Charles White. By our sophomore year some of our fears were calmed and we were ready to conquer new subjects such as Biology. The teachers of this year were: Mr. Honeycutt, Mr. Barger, Mr. Cotton, Mr. Robert Gourley, the new band and chorus director, Miss Jennie McNaull, and Mrs. Antoinette Moore. We were very sorry to learn that Mr. Cotton, long a very able and distinguished member of the faculty was leaving us. Our Junior year was a very exciting one. We all worked hard as salesmen at the football games to raise enough money for the Junior-Senior banquet which we sponsored. Old V. H. S. really had a new look because eighteen new rooms had been added during the summer. The elementary school had more space for eager students since we gained a large group of 7th and 8th graders. The seventh and eight grade teachers were: Mrs. Ruth Mull, Mr. Charles Owens, Mrs. Eleanor Brinkley,and Mrs. Melissa Grill. We welcomed our new principal, Mr. John L. Johnson, who had done such splendid work in the elementary school. Our teachers were: Miss Eloise Marlowe, Mr. and Mrs. Barger, Mrs. Myra Braswell, Mr. Leo Brevard, Miss Ghigo, Mr. Gourley, Mr. H. D. Moretz, Mrs. Mary Reep, and Miss Jane Caudell. At last the great year which we have anticipated has come. Dignified seniors; it hardly seems true, yet that is what we are, after our four years of training. Three new clubs have been formed this year: The Dramatics Club, the Allied Youth, and a French club, Les Amis Francais. Our teachers are: Mr. and Mrs. Barger, Mrs. Braswell, Miss Ghigo, Mr. Moretz, Miss Ada Lee Randall, under whose direction many fine plays have been given, Mr. I. C. Wilson, who is very useful with the hammer and saw in his industrial arts class, and Mr. George Wilson, our inspiring band and chorus director. All our teachers have done splendid work instructing us and have boosted us a step further up the ladder of success. Many of us will continue our studies in college. For others this will be the last year of study although one really never stops learning new things, still others will prepare themselves to preserve the freedoms which we have so abundantly enjoyed. May the future years hold in store for us life s greatest gifts, peace, prosperity and happiness. JEANNE GRANA Class Historian SENIOR SUPERLATIVES Most Likely to Succeed Ann Long David Abernathy Most Popular Harold Hartman Louise Perrou Most Dignified Audrey Anderson Loyd Annas Best All-Around Junine Tron Charles Whisenant Wittiest Patricia Moose Bill Riddle Most Studious George Grill Wilma Bleynat SENIOR SUPERLATIVES Most Athletic Mary Lou Lowman Bill Robinson Neatest Betty Jean Icard Paul Clark Cutest Maxine Briggs Dickie Pons Most Courteous Johnny Laughridge Frankie Harrison Most Original Melvin Cline Vivian Grisette Most Attractive Peggy Jane Perrou Danny Abernathy JUNIORS CLASS OFFICERS Left to Right: Bob Street, Vice President; Kenneth Bumgarner, Parlimentarian; Harold Passmore, Treasurer; Bob Williams, President; Richard Paige, Parlimentarian; Kathleen Lowman, Secretary. JUNIOR MARSHALS Left to right: Juanita Cline, Mary Ann McCarley, Chief Marshal, and Kaye Scruggs. Second row: Bob Williams, and Bob Street. JUNIORS J. P. Abee Richard Abee Carolyn Baker Gene Bridges Pauline Bridges ' lly Joe Church Juanita Cline Barbara Coulter Miriam Davis Rav Deal JUNIORS Betty Eller Benny Evans Hubert Ennis Kern Feimster Barbara Frazier Sam Glasbrooks Gene Glasco Joan Hall Hilda Hastings Charles Herman Peggy Hutchins Bertha Icard Ralph Jacumin Bill Johnson Pansy Key JUNIORS Gaynell King Doris Lail Joyce Lambert Omerle Lambert Norma Lester I JUNIORS Sammy Page Frances Perkins Harold Perrou Steve Perrou Alton Pons Ruth Rhoney Beaver Robinette Kay Scruggs Jenelle Searcy Weeta Searcy V Buddy Setzer Billy Smart Betty Smith Gerald Smith Sally Smith JUNIORS Bob Street ♦v . Hattie VanHorn Nancy Walker Bob Williams Ruth Williams Pat Woods Ray Wiseman SOPHOMORES CLASS OFFICERS Left to Right: Muriel Abee, Treasurer; Edward Abee, Secretary; Danny Williams, President; Dorothy Rhoney Street, Vice President; Sam Powell, Parliamentarian. .oy Arney Catherine Baker Conley Benfield Laventa Berry Louise Bivens Edward Bleynat SOPHOMORES ! lvia Bolick Robert Bonner Jean Bowman Margaret Bradley Lorene Buff Sarah Burns ) 1 Callender r Lee Ennis Sterl Cline Robbie Cook Charles Deal Eula Mae Duncan Ann Epley Frank Erwood Sadie Fox Victor Garrow Shirley Grisette Frances Ennis SOPHOMORES Celia Harrison Sylvia Harrison Eddie Hice Edward Hipps Alice Hallyburton Betty Herman m Azalee Hoyle Lewis Huffman Wade Huffman Ervin Icard Herbert Jacumine Jerry Keever Beatrice Lingafelt Grady Lowman Jerry McCorkle Keith Mull Dorothy O’Quinn Richard Oxentine SOPHOMORES Kenneth Powell Sam Powell Carl Parker Norma Passmore Eugene Pon e Betty Pope Alma Pressley Vola Pressley Tommy Queen Elizabeth Ramsey Dorothy Rhoney Julia Lee Ribet Jobby Robinson Peggy Simmons Agnes Smith James Southerland Barbara Smith Nancy Smith Juanita Smith Herbert Thuemmler Beverly Tron Ruby Watson SOPHOMORES Macie Wilson Terry Woods Clara Whisnant Danny Williams Sherrill Williams George Wilson FRESHMEN CLASS OFFICERS Left to Right: Benny Garrou. Vice President; President, not pictured. Ulysses Grisette. Secretary; and Joe Temple, Jo Ann Abee Martha Arney Raymond Barrett Fleeta Bennett Barbara Berry Garry Berry FRESHMEN Roy Boggs Billy Braswell Evelyn Bradshaw Jimmy Bridges Eleanor Buff Jo Ann Burns Geraldine Buffington Johnnie Burns i Sue Bumgarner ( Maxine Childers Ruby Childers Fred Church Betty Coffey Grady Day FRESHMEN Joe Eller Patsy Epley Carroll Eckard Benjamin Garrou Bonnie Deal Donald Duckett Gwendolyn Garrou Joan Goode Ulysses Grisetre Wanda Harris Lynda Hice Mattie Hurst James Houck Blanche Hudson Elizabeth Huffman Jimmy Huffman Ruby King John Icard Janice Jacumin Shirley Jacumin Billy Joe Hughes Gladys Lail I elone Lambert Jo Ann Lingafeit ' Alfred Lowman Virginia Lowman Bobby Mabry Annie May Harold Martin Roy McCampbell Harvey Metcalf L. B. Miller Sharon Nicholas James O’Sail Alma Pruett Durleen Pruett Richard Pruett Burline Robinette Charleen Robinson Virginia Robinson FRESHMEN Vernell Setzer Jimmie Smart Charlotte Smith Earlene Sharpe Patsy Spencer Herbert Patricia Turner Lillian Vinay Carole Walker Lewis Warliclc Patsy Warlick. Curtis Wellmon Stanley Willis FRESHMEN EIGHTH GRADES First Row, Left to Right: Mr. Clark, Jerry Church, Richard Whisenant, Charles Hudson, Olin Wilson, Donnie Arney, Roy Smith, Glenn Zimmerman, Harlan Smith, Gene Page, R. A. Coulter, Victor Micol, Bruce Glasbrooks. Second Row: Robert Williams, Joanne Bradley, Alma Buff, Betty Jane Houston, Katie Mae Smith, Janie Wilkinson, Joyce Bradshaw, Delores Page, Margaret Mull, Aileen Rhoney, Murline Costner, Betty Barns, Louise Lowman, Frances Bradshaw. Third Row: Clarence Abee, Bobby Johnson, Lynn Walsh, Teddy Rhoney, Gary Owens, Arlen Rector, Madeline Passmore, Anna Lou Abee, Caroline Green, Clara Rector, Anaise Bridges. First Row, Left to Right: Mrs. Mull, Jerry Crotts, Norman Lowman, Linda Reep, Bonnie Robinette, Guy Smith, Tommy Robinson, Nancy Theirfelder, Martha Thomas, P. O. Wilson, Wade Smith, Glen Robinson, William Wilkie, and Alton Britt. Second Row: Barbara Bumgarner, Gaynell Carswell, Faye Branch, Louise Johnson, Doris Allen, Jean Hice, Gladys Huffman, Mary Frances Warlick, Shirley McGinnis, Jane Street, Harriet Ann Pons, Jimmy Young, Richard Mobley, John Petty, and Delon Oxford. Third Row: Dell Mull, Claude Berry, Jimmy Lynn Weir, Alvin Searcy, Jimmy Keye, Mildred Searcy, Bufford Abee, Kenneth Cline, Gilbert Hogan, Jimmy Rhoney, and Harold Hudson. SEVENTH GRADES First Row, Left to Right: Thomas Lowman, Cameron Monroe, Gregory Grana, Tommy Pons, Joe Verreault, Samuel Eason, Billy Butler, Jeanette Pons, Esther Martin, Sylvia Pascal, and Juanita Wilson. Second Row: Rachel Watson, Max Lambert, William Brinkley, Harley Chester, Jack Cranford, Sandra Guigou, Carol Ann Perrou, Rachel Huffman, Elsie Mae Abee, Barbara Franklin, Nancy Hudson, Rheba Robinson, Minnie Biddix, Betty Swink, and Jacqueline Edwards. Third Row: Mrs. Grill, Betty Jean Carter, Lucille Lail, Lucille Mull, Margaret Deal, Alice Burns, Margaret Smith, Essie Mae Burns, Paul Beach, Verlon Lail, Russell Barker, Gary Wilson, and Ralph Stilwell. First Row, Left to Right: Rama Jean Whisnant, Jack Wilkie, Glenn Hallman, Joann Keever, Beverly Speagle, Wayne Whisnant, Coy Deal, Jerry Murray, Terris Eller, Dean Powell, and Charles Burns. Second Row: Vernon Piercy, Bobby Cline, Vera Milholen, Joyce Callender, Catherine Donnahue, Shirley Glasbrook, Carolyn Queen, Suzanne Hogan, Delores Barus, Lorraine Perrou. Third Row: Miss McDaniel, Barbara Conner, Neverta Eckard, Nancy Walker, Dorothy Smith, Marilyn Baker, Johnie Micol, Larry Abee, John Ogle, Charles Pons, and Danny Bridges. Fourth Row: Doris Powell, Kenneth Lambert, Blenda McGalliard, Pat Loman, Harold Huffman, Charles Smith, Barbara Yates, Barbara Williams, and Mack Wilson. SEVENTH AND EIGHTH GRADE CHORUS First Row, Left to Right: Joanne Bradley, Frances Bradshaw, Nevetra Eckard, Joyce Ann Calender, Marilyn Baker, Vera Milholen, Beverly Speagle, Joanne Keever, Reba Robinson, Nancy Hudson, Carolyn Queen, Delores Barus, Delores Page, Barbara Williams, Mr. Wilson. Second Row: Betty Carter, Gladys Huffman, Juanita Wilson, Belenda McGalliard, Norma Hice, Mary Frances Warlick, Shirley McGinnes, Harriet Pons, Gaynell Carswell, Margaret Mull, Nancy Walker, Alice Burns, Dorothy Smith, Merlene Costner, Doris Powell, Clara Rector. Third Row: Shirley Glassbrook, Betty Houston, Doris Allen, Lorraine Perrou, Catherine Donnahue, Betty Swink, Louise Lowman, Margaret Deal, Minnie Biddix, Lucille Mull, Sylvia Pascal, Jane Wilkerson. Fourth Row: Faye Branch, Louise Johnson, Carolyn Green, Annie Lou Abee, Kay Powell, Bonnie Robinette, Linda Reep, Bruce Glasbrook, David Wilson, Olin Wilson, Norman Lowman. Fifth Row: Richard Whisenant, Jerry Cotts, Bufford Abee, Alton Britt, Charles Hudson, William Wilkie, Bobby Johnson, Ralph Stilwell, Harold Hudson, Gilbert Hogan, Kenneth Cline, Gleen Robinson. BETA CLUB Wilma Bleynat President Jeanne Grana Vice President Loyd Annas ' Treasurer Betty Jean Icard Bob Williams Betty Burns Secretary Norma Lester Ci Willis Lachot Ann Long Mrs. Sadye Barger Sponsor FUTURE HOMEMAKERS OF AMERICA First Row, Left to Right: Frankie Harrison, Sue Lachot, Dorothy Rhoney Street, Lillian Vinay, Peggy Simmons, Norma Brinkley, Celia Harrison, Sylvia Harrison, and Miss Clement. Second Row: Frances Ennis, Jean Chaney, Kathleen Seagle, Joanne Lingafelt, Nilda Burns, Gwendolyn Garrou, Joan Goode, Gwendolyn Pons, Dorothy O’Quinn, Martha Arney, and Alice Hallyburton. Third Row: Elizabeth Huffman, Patsy Treadway, Barbara Berry, Lavada Lail, Elizabeth Ramsey, Sylvia Bolick, LaVenta Berry, Jeanette Jacumin, Elizabeth Bright and Macy Wilson. ALLIED YOUTH Left: Hugh Abernathy, Harold Passmore, Vance Pascal, Ann Berry, Larry Micol, Teddy Mauney, Elaine Burns, Muriel Dye, Margaret Pons, Jane Harris, Paula Evans, Jeanette Jacumin, Bill Riddle, Byrd Hinshaw, Louis Parker, Gene Glasco. Center: David Abernathy, Patricia Moose, Elizabeth Bright, Arlene Abee, Mr. Moretz, Sponsor., and Earline Hinkle. Right: Betty Jean Icard, Vivian Grisette, Ann Long, Ruth Williams, Bobbe Riddle, Duane Robinson, Joan Hall, Dorothy Rhoney, Billie Dove Byrd, Dannie Kay Byrd, Betty Joe Lindsay, Wilma Bleyant, Pat Woods, Victor Garrou, Frank Hoyle, Carl Parker, George Grill, and Bert Burgess. LIBRARY STAFF Left to Right: Sylvia Bolick, Frances Ennis, Wanda Harris, Dorothy O’Quinn, Patricia Moose, Betty Eller, Betty McCampbell, Eula Mae Duncan. AMIS DE FRANCAIS First Row, Left to Right: Frankie Harrison, Betty Jean Icard, Ann Long, and Ann Berry. Second Row: Jeanne Grana, Louise Perrou, Betty Giraud, Danny Abernathy, and Vivian Grisette. Third Row: Junine Tron, Peggy Jane Perrou, Elizabeth Bright, Eloise Bumgarner, and David Abernathy. Fourth Row: Willis Lachot, Albert Lowdermilk, Duan Robinson and Frank Hoyle. MAgfH or prvra Vaidese News Wins Honorable Mention In State Contests steriai Group Feb. 4tfi Areas designated Special Mention In Editorials. N h f ' oveta e: Awards V At Institute. d 3E40C i m . :u- v v % whs ?tven h tnurable nun .i Ln two dsvl- . uous—editwrtnl pagt unrt local n s L-ovtrf»K»? last Friday night l a’ the annual North Carolina 1 Imtitiitr In Durham whou- , Qn inrnr S Mtl ro rtc award 1 ? for nut;’- Hug nerfor.nancc. iu the ' tir) » toinmdLtn (Hiring ]; 5o l..« Kew-i , ' .% u judged with L 5 •jthtr weeklv paper., m the North Carolina Frew, Association for ' crn ' crnad, edltonaU. aud fea- tuti and wa . kw aided honorable’ mention in tin t »o dtosiiwu,. 1 In . rt cf-sing the News, the itaiT of v • nstOii and I - Unr«Ti si ' .v. w..ii ' h jmiffed all the weekhe.-. in the r cited the series of! editorial on the local telephone SOTO Of ing Lensus r«?i plat id .,ie under wok lot hc town- Cftirirus to be eonci ' w ternoon. f . r itv iV ‘ ’nd an a 0 •- ruiicti workers con n Rations. j .» to tK tfin i.j, two ocJcav. i afternoon on the 4 th, mi: ficials hope that the i:- lion will be- completed v;i several hours. itnalre tnctor pure Bund- rnn ui he .. f got tired dpte ' i he ft. ney that l. -H. ' thf-v want to •1 right with OK l.ARROl ighthanded pitch U ins Passenger I NOT riTASMJ the? if the sot of Tpnnestr-f de¬ cides to split its umversit ■ into Knoxv ' end Men .sections. • proposed. N »y U master If I.Of fflct " f set ? characteristic to the pros, he rioe$ri i ne- Aft ' -r toe j mc Ranzihi qiuvttfifl .og I.rv»ff tcSUl, I vi err fine hander , fired »m ih Si ti.e an ur r wa to t- inarvA S and tlie minutes allotted I «inner aser.aged tv»o potnts n »nut« thjt Another right minute of pmdur •i the last quarter equalling the college .rl ullf- would have won If s’»-Tl lilts In the final quarter, while f ntr: t md money umj.wfi i b ' • AMER I N TWO MORE ■l.neffVr and BOX ' rmne K;pme and Poi !.ne Ret Addle me.f.«j.ed their tour lead over Panchi. .Segura and Gertrude Mu’ii " ye t rda.v K-amer boosted hir lead in a? wins against 14 defratr ny beailnc Segura R-.: 4-6. at the In Jp ' la Reach club Mrs Adtiie defeated Mus M rr g-l to run hre advantage to v mt SKainst mne defeats. trenched t " the athlet he has ' His ialr $5,000 boon see.jnd ■linicnl fouls •s his play- ratse ihnr cm a I fouls technical Yank Star Named Top Pro A thlete organ :z»t: :il feel oka- BY JEFF KfcATE at tne banquet He to whom Caaev StansMj ,. in the space of two .id 1 fLni h first and ne-j .own n a gemu and you) .a and become known » l--vfi. a ftfd baribv.e et who ha.s beer on the l wv tf, lor Ux. long. mBde quite an dprension. Also making an impression w .Robert E ' Bobby. Hipps. the n ... .. sent Prw Hipor seems to r e happy choice jff.r ih Job which may become i more trying with the pasting ■ months A man of quiet dignify, ot, • ideal background. Hipps apr ar»nt-j ly is tne man to lend the league I confidence at the time n needs it jmoft j Phil Hnvjfr. busin f« ir.anag- r f tr - i. rlotto Hornft. ' was o ' wa.-.-, •. . ' Moving Mmseif at todav j: uu’jtf ' • i js But ho wiu thinking, Bn»-bii« . a o.d ’! In-lu-ldual ot h. ; cl d To Jt Ca n- Mf .ad Catcher f College I () la 4 !l»«ill SLAVE G.N STOP p, Li KftiliM-V, i r,i r|li l»fk 61. tn4l n ' 1 . fllllr. f ' 1 » t» t fit Un»e ..U IV »l | f»ifl« P» » ' . t» «» » ' li lo«, t,».h rr, N ' M«nH l.ilKI.h l ' MlIr. Hulun. •( » loud ► a iF• • n SI bl»»M in Sl»l RhM ' IIU a - Wlv f U ( . t»w » «!» ' . ■ 6ri4l ) 6?. n»« a ' ft »• ta b Young ' s cmieague Dolan Her.run m - bt hbV , p,eo» .,i y , of High Point, was no ' evaiiahle ; nn giving any B io f..yet for comment. has enough of sellers to gi-, In the middle of the controversy particular kind of credence, was M T ' Footsie Knight of Pur- e«ecutiv« secretary of the Jri-Slnte Xcu ' r ' jthern Conference Bnak ti ' aii Or- t - ad hooking riffice Knight who - 4 , r e were some very important v the game said today that Ihe|iv«seball oeople here today, and »re off trials were ' ■entirely Justified " ! mos ( important of all was strap- ,n railing the technical fouls He p , n g Knor lie sporting goods sales- ...id that the” could have railed 24 man named Al Neil Th h od- .-h pen a ' tier In view of tne atti- wme 2fl-yrer-old Californian with • ide of l Oeffler and hi tea..- t.ke crew-cut blond ha ' r was to- Kntflht raid that l.oeffk ' qncs- night’s guesi ..f honor He wa the i-o..ed evt-rv dfrision the nffmla ' s - • « ' hnse h um ran an; - Krught said he lelt inn batted-tn production. plnsU«J» ...feren 2-our.g nnd Hedrick mad - don pdihiog by W tuMOP •o.n« mistakes dunog the game, but ,that ftoev aflrcfCd both, teams. He -•- « v i ■ ri . ■» ' • .of e ' ' ‘‘- » - " v __ Slave Cor! doean I berated When th ; nadlv for ole m.fi■ on Jim Crocket at the Armory la ? Joe llarrit Cage Picks makers on the »h i rd cr of Wild Bui Clod-. K Cody victory supposedly would) ha-e ' reed th distressed dam. ! o shift for herself. Thai is make a li mg Rut fortunate) R.isr had a cr-ipU of flvmg tackles left in his ?va‘en». and Cody was Subdued in !•»• ?. Karl V and .lira Coffmld a. ere o-l i p. »e» their tag ’earn ' -lf-i,V»isl . « to YitV5 T - d fi r. Uii ro r- .WO d. , fWVk j f « a’r to pro- I !mg plao u , J .V r f,h 1 r s hout half were sln.p ' r . ,. s d In the open Fragile Instrunv nta were remov¬ ed. and lb enaines were sprayed with rust preventive sparkplugs were removed and tubes of sitira gr| were inserted in the spark¬ plug bolri The other F.-ihls were ««Bted »n 1 ' roa»a of p!a. tu sprayed dJracHy rincbMO flKOBa JIxyrauiBHJin k CBoe«y fTuy Mocmfiy CTajiHny, 40 CT 3 B iCHHoe CMy flMfiBOMATHMCCKMM nyteM. NOTE TO FATHFB -J. heraine • prisoner of war • iR5ify f.u . roe a -.P 6 ,e a rot. ti WOMEN ' S ATHLETIC CLUB First Row, Left to Right: Ruth Rhoney, Phyllis Deal, Mary Lou Lowman, and Vola Pressley. Second Row: Hilda Hastings, Kaye Scruggs, Peggy Hutchins, Shirley Grisette, and Mr. Barger. MEN ' S ATHLETIC CLUB First Row, Left to Right: John Chaney, Harold Passmore, Gene Epley, Sam Powell, Glenn Powell, Eugene Pons, Conley Benfield, Dickie Pons. Second Row: Paul Clark, Danny Abernathy, Kenneth Bumgarner, Larry Micol, Albert Lowdermilk, Buster Verreault, Louis Huffman, Coach Barger. Third Row: Harold Hartman, Charles Whisenant, Joe Temple, Ralph Jacumin, Loyd Annas, J. L. Rector, Willis Lachot. Fourth Row: Sam Page, Danny Williams, Bill Robinson, Clinton Wheeling, Kenneth Powell, Richard Paige, David Hallyburton. Fifth Row: Edward Hipps, Eugene Bridges, Bob Williams, Harold Glasbrooks, and Bob Street. - P“ P a 3 3 rf } O 3 CO p“ n P P a -t P w C 3 to p - D 0) o P P rt O P - P CO 3 3 o p T ' C o n o p p: to 3 S n h -H 33 c o p t— o a s - “ 4 S’ D t- 1 rt o . xi 5 p O) 5- 1 Crg O) CTQ 3’ a n CO P H •-t O P 3 3 o ►n O P CO p c 3 xi r h “ w h O S ' rt P Ti O f 1 r o Z a. o c rD to P- W rt £ p ►n ta m 33 O 3 n H •n O P g I D- C- P sa o — po " P 3 3 ? _ P P , r n’ n s- s e CL IT n c 7 n CO a “ d o P R ' • §- 03 rt § 3 rt o n P- oS P- 0) o p T sP ►n - OP, td -n r-» CO O ” e. o r o rt cr 3 Op C 5 n n o 3 D- fa o s! o •- n a ja (a 3 C CD ; S3 P ►- cr p n o c o n o OP a O w OP 3 33 O o 5 3 po 5 1 1 m o C 3 o s r-f C 3 j— 3 p S ■ CO 5 ' rn o CO O) XJ a p a» c p P 3 5- h ►-» n a 5- j-i is a. p tr •n cr 8 } p rn co p s p r ‘ ? ta S p S- OP S - a. 2 00 a JUNIOR BAND First Row, Left to Right: Kay Sinclair and Margaret Ann Poe. Second Row: Linda Reep. Janie Wilkinson, Bonnie Robinette, Kay Frances Powell and Margaret Smith. Third R.ow: David Humb, Mary Louise Holton, Melva Sain, Jewell Wilson, Caroline Green, Charles Deal, Nathan Cline, and Jewell Mounts. Fourth Row: Clifford Decker, Jr., Donald Franklin, Billy Brinkley, and Arnold Lindsey. Fifth Row: Bob Johnson, Earlene Sharpe. DANCE BAND First Row: Left to right; Sally Smith, Mr. George F. Wilson, and Beaver Robinette. Second Row: Steve Perrou, Ed Bleyant, Ulysses Grisette, Bill Johnson, Kenneth Bumgarner, and Kenneth Powell. Third Row: Richard Paige and Vivian Grisette. Eugene Bridges not pictured. ! GIRL ' S GLEE CLUB First Row, Left to Right: Geraldine Buffington, Hattie Vanhorn, Muriel Dye, Agnes Smith, Dannie Kate Byrd, Annie May, Patsy Epley, Julia Lee Ribet, Alice Hallyburton, Margaret Pons, and Mr. G. F. Wilson, the director. Second Row: Paula Evans, Sylvia Bolick, LaVenta Berry, Margaret Perrou, Peggy Jane Perrou, Junine Tron, Gwendolyn Garrou, Norma Brnkley, Audrey Anderson, Jeanne Grana, and Louise Perrou. Third Row: Sherry Thomas, Norma Passmore, Betty Joe Lindsay, Joan Hall, Ruth Williams, Elizabeth Bright, Billie Dove Byrd, and Patricia Moose. MIXED GLEE CLUB First Row, Left to Right: Geraldine Buffington, Hattie Vanhorn, Muriel Dye, Agnes Smith, Dannie Kate Byrd, Annie May, Patsy Epley, Julia Lee Ribet, Alice Hallyburton, and Margaret Pons. Second Row: Paula Evans, Sylvia Bolick, LaVenta Berry, Margaret Perrou, Peggy Jane Perrou, Junine Tron, Gwendolyn Garrou, Norma Brinkley, Audrey Anderson, Jeanne Grana, Louise Perrou, Dorothy O’Quinn, and Mr. G .F. Wilson, the director. Third Row: Sherry Thomas, Norma Passmore, Betty Foe Lindsay, Joan Hall, Ruth Williams, Elizabeth Bright, Billie Dove Byrd, Patricia Moose, and Vivian Grisette. Fourth Row: Joe Temple, Harvey Abee, Albert Lowdermilk, Steve Perrou, Kenneth Bumgarner, Lee Canipe, Beaver Robinette, Peggy Capps, and Elizabeth Huffman. Fifth Row: Hugh Abernathy, Duan Robinson, Danny Abernathy, Willis Lachot, Carl Parker, Ray Deal, Benjamin Garrou, Delon Lambert, Bert Burgess, Harold Hartman, Larry Micol and Johnny Garrou. CHEERLEADERS Left to Right: Margaret Pons, Nancy Wiseman, Margaret Perrou, Betty Joe Lindsay, Sue Lachot, Agnes Smith, and Hattie VanHorn. BATON CLUB First Row, Left to Right: Margaret Ann Poe, and Kay Sinclair. Second Row: Earlene Sharpe, Mary Louise Holton, Martha Arney, Louise Johnson, Faye Branch, Regina Wiseman, Barbara Berry, and Alma Presley. Third row: Sherry Thomas, Patsy Spencer, Audrey Taylor, LaVaida Cline, Jean Bowman, and Virginia Robinson. Fourth Row: Joyce Ramsey, Barbara Coulter , George Grill, Vivian Grisette, Mary Lail and Hilda Hastings. SIGMA DELTA PHI First Row, Left to Right: Vivian Grisette, Earline Hinkle, Julia Church Anthony, and Betty Eller. Second Row: David Abernathy, Mr. Charles Brinkley, Miss Ada Lee Randall, and Hugh Abernathy. DRAMATICS CLUB First Row, Left to Right: Julia Church Anthony, Earline Hinkle, Patricia Moose, Phyllis Deal, Miss Ada Randall, Mary Lou Lowman, and Nancy Walker, Second Row: Louise Perrou, Victor Garrou, David Abernathy, Hugh Abernathy, Vance Pascal, Byrd Hinshaw, and Vivian Grisette. CLUB OFFICERS F. H. A. CLUB President _Frankie Harrison Vice President -Sue Lachot Secretary _Dorothy Rhoney Street Treasurer ___Lillian Vinay Reporter _Syivia Harrison Parlimentarian _ P e ggy Simmons PAPER STAFF Editor-in-chief _David Abernathy Assistant Editor _Patricia Moose Sports Editor _Mary Lou Lowman Art Editor _Hugh Abernathy Joke Editor _Louise Perrou Gossip Editor _Vivian Grisette Chief Typist _Vance Pascal Business Manager -Byrd Hinshaw Reporters _Byrd Hinshaw Victor Garrou, Phyllis Deal, Nancy Walker, Julia Church Anthony, Earline Hinkle. President _ Vice President Secretary _ Treasurer _ ALLIED YOUTH _David Abernathy _Vance Pascal _Ann Berry _Byrd Hinshaw DRAMATICS CLUB President _ Vice President. Secretary _ Treasurer _ _Phyllis Deal _Byrd Hinshaw Mary Lou Lowman _Patricia Moose SIGMA DELTA PHI President _Vivian Grissette Vice President _David Abernathy Secretary _Julia Church Anthony WOMEN ' S ATHLETIC C LUB President _ Vice President Secretary _ Treasurer _ Mary Lou Lowman _Phyllis Deal _Peggy Hutchins „_Ruth Rhoney MEN ' S ATHLETIC CLUB President _ Vice President Secretary _ Treasurer _ Charles Whisenant _Harold Hartman _Gene Epley _Bill Robinson LES AMIS FRANCAIS President _ Vice President Secretary _ _Jeanne Grana David Abernathy _-Betty Jean Icard BAND Student Conductor _Steve Perrou Uniform and Closet Monitor _Beaver Robinette Librarian _Sally Smith Assistant Librarian _Herby Thuemmler Room Monitors _Richard Paige, George A. Wilson Student Director of Dance Band _Kenneth Bumgarner COACH BREVARD COACH BARGER FOOTBALL COACH CLARK Valdese 14 Valdese 2 Valdese 7 Valdese 47 Valdese 58 Valdese 7 Valdese 38 Valdese 13 Valdese 35 Valdese 67 SCORES _ Newton-Conover 7 _ Forest City 0 _ Landis 12 _ Elkin 8 _ Cov e Creek 7 _ Wilkesboro 20 _Boone 14 _ Glen Alpin 0 _ Granite Falls 6 _ Sparta 0 Lewis Huffman, Manager and Anchor, Mascot. FOOTBALL TEAM First Row, Left to Right: Louis Huffman, Joe Temple, Richard Paige, Gene Glasco, Paul Clark, Larry Micol, Danny Williams, Harold Hartman, Charles Whisenant, Harold Martin, John Chaney, Harold Passmore. Second Row: Garry Owens, Loyd Annas, Harold Glasbrooks, Bob Street, Sam Powell, Kenneth Powell, Conley Benfield, Willis Lachot, Jimmy Rhoney, Kenneth Bumgarner, Kenneth Sain, Delon Lambert. Third Row: Coach Burton Barger, Sam Page, J. L. Rector, Bob Williams, Eugene Bridges, Edward Abee, David Hallyburton, Albert Lowdermilk, Bill Robinson, Glenn Powell, Eugene Pons, Edward Hipps, Herbert Thuemmler and Coach Leo Brevard. ' ihSort T 3e.ki cr S « n? e || TaoUh 100 POUND TEAM First Row, Left to Right: Terris Eller, Dannie Bridges, Tommy Pons, Sammy Ennis, Tommy Lowman, Jerry Wilkerson. Second Row: Wade Smith, Rex Harris, Harvey Metcalf, Jimmy Houk, Robert Williams, Vick Micol, Clifford Abee. Third Row: Claude Berry, John Ogle, Benny Garrou, Roy McCampbell, Garry Berry, Kenneth Cline, Douglas Powell, and Mr. Clark. Willis Lachot, tackle, and Charles Whisenant, guard, represented Valdese in the Optimist Bowl, December 9, 1950, at Asheville, North Carolina. GIRLS BASKETBALL TEAM First Row, Left to Right: Peggy Hutchins, Mary Lou Lowman, Kaye Scruggs, Hilda Hastings, Vola Pressley, and Ruth Rhoney. Second Row: Peggy Pope, Phyllis Deal, Catherine Baker, Alma Pressley, Ruth Bowman, and Barbara Berry. Third Row: Coach Barger, Betty Eller, Manager, Elaine Burns, Shirley Grissette, Sarah Burns, Juanita Smith, Manager, and Marvis Carpenter, Manager. BURTON K. BARGER Coach BOYS BASKETBALL TEAM First Row, Left to Right: Douglas Powell, Harold Passmore, Jerry Keever, Dickie Pons, and Bobby Robinson. Second Row: Bill Seagle, Johnny Garrou, Danny Williams, Albert Lowdermilk, and Buster Verreault. Third Row: Coach Brevard, Sam Page, Eugene Pons, Gene Epley, Ed Bleynat, Edward Abee, and Lewis Huffman, Manager. LEO BREVARD Coach is GIRLS SOFTBALL First Row, Left to Right: Ruth Rhoney, Shirley Grisette, Sarah Burns, Hilda Hastings, and Peggy Hutchins. Second Row: Helen Nichols, Mary Lou Lowman, Mrs. Gourley, Kaye Scruggs, and Jean Bowman. BOYS BASEBALL First Row, Left to Right: Ralph Jacumin, Harold Hartman, Danny Williams, Harold Passmore, Bobby Robinson, L)ickie Pons, Joe Temple, and Lewis Huffman. Second Row: Danny Abernathy, Conley Benfield, Kenneth Bumgarner, Bill Riddle, Gene Epley, Clinton Wheeling, Bill Robinson, and Mr. Barger. ' • HALLOWEEN KING AND QUEEN Deleon Lambert Norma Brinkley CHRISTMAS QUEEN AND ESCORT Peggy Jane Perrou CHRISTMAS QUEEN OF 1950 Escorted by Francis Verreault HOMECOMING QUEEN AND SPONSORS MAXINE BRIGGS Maid of Honor onsored by Harold Hartman JOYCE RAMSEY Queen Sponsored by Glenn Powell BETTY JEAN ICARD Maid of Honor Sponsored by David Hallyburton BARBARA COULTER xmsored by Charles Whisenant PEGGY HUTCHINS Sponsored by Paul Clark HATTIE VANHORN Sponsored by Bill Robinson PATRICIA MOOSE Sponsored by J. L. Rector AUDREY ANDERSON Sponsored by Albert Lowdermilk WILMA BLEYNAT Sponsored by Willis Lachot QUEENS SPONSORED IN BURKE COUNTY FESTIVAL PARADE Peggy Jane Perrou, sponsored by the American Legion of Valdese, was selected as " Miss Burke County.” The float on which she rode won first place. Junine Tron Sponsored by The Lions Club of Valdese Miriam Davis Sponsored by City Motor Company, Valdese We, the willingness to APPRECIATION Annual Staff, would like to thank the following people for their kind deeds help us during this year. and £ 7 £ 4 Q MR. SISK Janitor BUS DRIVERS Left to Right: Vance Pascal, Bill Riddle, and Byrd Hinshaw. CAFETERIA STAFF Left to Right: Mrs. Minnie Baker, Mrs. Davis Racier, Mrs. John Glasbrook, Mrs. Essie Leatherman, Mrs. Paul Franklin, Mrs. Onnie Pons, and Wilhelmea Singleton. FIRST AiD STAFF First Row, Left to Right: Patsy Treadway, Azalee Hoyle, Barbara Smith, Hattie VanHorn, and Juanita Cline. Second Row: Sue Lachot, Beverly Tron, Elaine Burns, Kathleen Lowman, Earline Hinkle, Jeanette Jacumin, and Betty Smith. SNAPSHOTS % J§ Mjff ' iiim a fc|B BB Ep „ »S| MH h JE IL 1 4 J v t i | ' vs « •£ ’ $ $$■ , » V r 1 % k | $ SNAPSHOTS ■ IflSSlP”’ ' SNAPSHOTS SNAPSHOTS VRLDESE UUERVERS, IRC. Compliments of the NORTHWESTERN BANK " The Bank of Friendly Service ' ' ☆ Phone 105 Valdese, N. C. THE VAEHESE .1 EH El.IIV STOIII THE STYLE SHOP Compliments of BELK-BR00H1E c o m p r n y “A Good Place To Buy ☆ Your Dresses and Shoes At Cut Rate Prices ' Phone 293 Phone 74 Valdese, IN. C. VALDESE, N. C. Compliments of mnnuFACTURinG compRnv Pilot Full Fashion Mills, Inc., and Waldensian Hosiery Mills r unen h oi Pilot Full Fashion Mills, Inc. and Waldensian Hosiery Mills Valdese Furniture Store Compliments of I WALDENSIAN BAKERIES INCORPORATED ☆ SUNBEAM BREAD AND CAKES A. a D. FARM SUPPLIES Farm Equipment —- Hardware — Home Appliances ✓ ✓ ✓ Sporting Goods VALDESE, NORTH CAROLINA TO THE MOST IMPROVED BOY AND GIRL SENIOR OF VALDESE HIGH SCHOOL Garreen J CREDIT JEWELERS WILL AWARD AN ELGIN WATCH " This will be an Annual Affair. " • ☆ Atctus V S J t cy a ry ix iiCti ' t£- — ' - ££e A+ Francis L©uise C dx y - f hFt t f a s h ro n y rntti iffco ftvxffibjtty jUc L £ 4L. A - O ' ☆ £X J ®S bwvA., " • ' A( J Cj S-CU I Aa Q. _ AjaAA. _ $ ZaZ TEZZaa. , ■ nA aU A. -e-«C _ y ru -» n -. £ -as uJ; A. -£ tt.-. . Laundry L Dry Cleaning Company PHONE 400 XjT’ cxJXjL ' Af VALDESE, N. C. ,0 CX t— KIRKSEY COMPANY Compliments of Furniture — Hardware WESTERN AUTO Electrical Appliances ASSOCIATE STORE Radios — Plumbing Dick Pons, Owner Phone 62 Valdese, N. C. Phone 108 Valdese, N. C. Compliments of Compliments of VALDESE SANDWICH SHOP Powell’s Furniture Phone 256 Gift Shop VALDESE, N. C. “Gifts and Household Furnishings ” Phone 40-W Valdese, N. C. Compliments of Waldensian Market Phone 76 Valdese, N. C. Compliments of VALDESE FLOWER SHOP “Flowers Wired Anywhere ” Johnsie Crow Phone 199 Compliments of QUALITY CLEANERS Phone 110 Valdese, N. C. ROCK DRUG COMPANY Prescription Druggists Phone 49 Valdese, N. C. City Radio 6 Tire Company Your B. F. Goodrich Store TELEVISION SERVICE Phone 290 Valdese, N. C. COLONIAL SODA SHOP VALDESE, N. C. Burn ' s Meat Market Phone 81 BE WISE BUY WISE AND ECONOMIZE Compliments of “CORBETTS CLOTHIERS” Valdese. N. C. Compliments of H « J MOBIL SERVICE STATION PHONE 220 VALDESE, N. C. Martinat Hosiery Mills, Inc. Valdese, N. C. Compliments of CASTLE’S CAFE Valdese, N. C. Compliments of RUTH ' S BEAUTY SHOP Phone 136 Valdese, N. C. Compliments of People’s Drug Store Phone 16 Valdese, N. C. Brinkley Hardware and Furniture Co. Hardware - Electrical Appliances B. P. S. Paints Phone 277 Valdese, N. C. Little Man ' s Grocery " FRANK AND TUDE " Grocery, Meat, and Feeds Phone 254 Valdese, N. C. Compliments of IDEAL BEAUTY SHOP p hone 95 Valdese, N. C. Compliments of COLONIAL THEATER ☆ Phone 97 Valdese, N. C. City Market Grocery Quality Eats Quality Meats You Call — We Deliver Phone 104 Valdese, N. C. Compliments of ANDERSON’S " Apparel That Appeals " The Dress Shoppe Miss Myrtle Carpenter, Owner Phone 72 Valdese, N. C. Compliments of Service Barber Shop Valdese Hardware Co., Inc. Hardware Furniture Frigidaire Appliances Plumbing Building Materials Maritta Paints Phone 237 Valdese, N. C. 7 L UU £✓ jLs oCo y 1 A ‘ ' Suits tJL J ' yy -x d? £ c . ' V ' Ko ' T. .6 4;? X y w Hlusc- y 4 - N)r-n h JTftp SHlRTs ' tSPotfsweftft X i NJ Apr 4 ’51 AUTOGRAPHS A yy a ' , , Jkx. i h fy, Jju yks £cOC - ' y , d J ' oCcJL ( - J " ' v J f j t Xrj v a y ? 9 £ ;. J f » r V v ■3 u fTiW j ;■ V) ‘ £ y , ■■■■• ' ' • - 2 , z- ' mjioJ yt f u£ 0 mjuL4 j. 7 [l $ u ' ., Ma ‘ .) j 1 d xy y oA 7 w w ' A r ) AUTOGRAPHS 1 XA o Y % % ; ' r- v K W ' V V. Y s ■ v I fft I k t ' $ - 1 ' fc ‘ fyi . frj y VV V • i ' A V itui (yUrfUL, J ' p.k UJl Ol. Aw-aAoJt ° Xj V ajl tUsu 0 JyJ to c j UAjtiiD uJoGi ; ' Tilmbvt, oil Z(Ju U-. ! U 7 Y • z oAuJc dU- ' tur ' u Xj ft. c. : OW . WOW 4 ousUix , J , _ qjijl As dsw y pyiyd ou tA • £■ y} u w oJzL ts J.Ju ojW yyy siyyyL -t- ' M-( ' W . . 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Are you planning a reunion and need assistance? E-Yearbook.com can help you with scanning and providing access to yearbook images for promotional materials and activities. We can provide you with an electronic version of your yearbook that can assist you with reunion planning. E-Yearbook.com will also publish the yearbook images online for people to share and enjoy.