Glendale High School - Glen Cedo Yearbook (Kenly, NC)
- Class of 1955
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THE SENIOR CLASS
GLENDALE HIGH SCHOOL
KENLY, NORTH CAROLINA
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The Senior Class wishes to dedicate this, our T955 edition of the
Glen-Cedo, to the dearest people on earth to us. It is they who have
made our education possible. They have been patient and understand-
ing in all our shortcomings. They have guided us this Far in our lives
with such loving care and wisdom that we hope in the' future to mirror
their good in all our deeds and thoughts. We now take this opportunity
to express in a little way our great love for them and to express our
gratitude for all they have so rirelessly done for us. So it is with hum-
ble hearts that we dedicate this annual to our parents.
At last the time has come
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Lin 4 ,ff ,1x!ff,Q,QQ y yy Remembering you, dear Glendale,
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That will follow us where'er we go!
We have the sea of life to sail
'Qur destiny is in our lifesahead
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e have so many goals to achieve,
we'll set plans by the score.
ll our memories and love for your
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Presenting and remembering...our superintendent, our principal,
our school board, our teachers. . .all our guides, helpers, and friends
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Left to right: Rev. Willie Renfrow, Kermit Stancil, Raymond Atkinson,
Chairman, Ermit Stancil. Not Pictured, Dolphus O'Neal.
"For I dipt into the future, far as human eye could see,
Saw the vision of the world and all the wonder that would be."
E. S4 SIMPSON GEORGE B. LESTER
MRS. LOIS P. BUNN
I I Science, French, English
MR. WILLIAM J. DIXON MR. W. W. MCCLURE
English "And gladly would he learn Agriculture
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MR. GEORGE E. SILVER
MRS. DORIS S. LESTER MRS. GERALDINE W. CARROLL
Home Economics, Library g A Business Education, Health
A GLANCE INTO THE PAST
In September, 1951, there landed upon the shores of Glendale High School a large number of explorers and seekers after
wisdom. They were what was known as the class of 1955.
Being shaken in spirit from our rough voyage upon the sea of in expe r i en c"e, we were terrified by the three tribes already
occupying this realm. There were the Sophomores, wild, reckless and always ready to jump at the new comers and attack them
with sarcasm and ridicule. A tribe of greater power, but not afflicting the strangers so much, was known as the Juniors. But
the chief settlers were Seniors, a mighty group who spent much time in the pursuit of knowledge just before the task known as
"exams. " This group of new comers were known as F reshmen, which in this realm meant "green. " lnspite of our greenness we
made rapid progress. We enjoyed a wiener roast at Sunset Park in Wilson given by our grade mothers. We also enjoyed Christ-
mas parties at Evelyn Atkinson's and Faye Renfrow's during this year.
At the beginning of the second year, we advanced and took possession of the strongholds of the Sophomores, who had suc-
ceeded to the territory occupied by the Juniors. This year we visited the planetarium in C ha pel Hi l l. We enjoyed another
weiner roast at Sun set Pa rk in Wilson . We had a Christmas party at Emily Pope's and a farewell party for Mr. Kleinert, our
homeroom teacher, at the club house. Thus ended our sophomore year.
Fortunately in 1953, we were again able to take over another stronghold, thus starting-our Junior year under the capable
leadership of Mr. William Dixon. Our first problem was a way to raise money for the Junior-Senior Banquet. This was a known
stratogy for slowly ousting the chief settlers, Seniors, from their place in this now familiar land. We had our eyes on this goal
and meant to win it. This was solved by selling magazines, cakes, and pies. We also sponsored the Sauline Players, Stunt
Night, and a class play.
Even though there was plenty of work to be done, we found some time for fun. We enjoyed a Christmas party at Mr. Dixon's
home. Our grade mothers, Mrs. Marvin Atkinson, Mrs. Raymond Atkinson, and Mrs. Vernon Sfqncil honored us with a Christ-
mas party at school.
"Hillbilly Wedding," our Junior play, proved to be a success. The cast included Billy C. Whitley, Margaret Atkinson,
Evelyn Atkinson, Elgie Weaver, Faye Renfrow, Donald Johnson, Coy Batten, Pat Godwin, Shirley Godwin, Mavis Cockrell,
Joan Hare, Clifton Stancil, Harold Parrish, Eugene Cockrell, Shorty Stancil, and Joe Sasser. The rest of the class earned
praise for their work behind the scenes. After the play the class was invited to Evelyn Atkinson's home for refreshments, where
each and everyone had a most delightful time. After all those weeks of rehearsing and the many other things that had to be
done in the giving of a play, we were ready to relax in our "warlike paint" and make "whoopee."
There were many hardships and pleasures, but we were lead through them by Mr. Dixon and our tribal officers, Donald
Johnson, Margaret Atkinson, Pat Godwin, Emily Pope, and Faye Renfrow.
On April 9, 1955, at tne Cherry Hotel in Wilson, we entertained the Seniors with the annual Junior-Senior Banquet. We
used "Gypsy"as our theme. The Seniors probably, by this time, knew we were well on our way toward taking over their power-
ful leadership in this realm. Nevertheless they did not seem to mind and enjoyed the banquet equally as well as we. You see,
they now had their eyes on a greater future.
At last those three years of plotting and planning paid off by letting us conquer that mightiest of all the tribes in this realm
of knowledge--and we became Sen io rsl This is an eventful year for any students bent on that conquest of knowledge. Who
would be a better advisor to help solve these problems than Mrs. Lois P. Bunnl Under her leadership and with aid of the offi-
cers, Joe Sasser, Coy Batten, Margaret Atkinson, Emily Pope, Joan Hare, and Hilda Renfrow, we carried out many activities.
One of our tribesmen, Donald Johnson, was elected to serve as editor of the Echo during our Senior Year.
To compile the momentous record of the usurping tribe of Seniors, Emily Pope was elected editor of our annual, the Glen-
Cedo. Others who deserve credit for all the hours they spent planning, typing, and collecting information and pictures were
Joe Sasser, Margaret Atkinson, Priscilla Boyette, Clifton Stancil, Hilda Renfrow, Evelyn Atkinson, Coy Batten, Joan Hare,
Faye Renfrow, and Linda Brannan.
In keeping with our tribal customs we had a Christmas Party, on the evening of December 20, at Emily Pope's home. Many
lively games were played, comic gifts exchanged, and delicious refreshments served. Truly it was a wonderful party enjoyed
byall. Our sponsor, Mrs. Bunn, and her husband were present for the pow-wow as well as two of our grade mothers, Mrs. Henry
Pope and Mrs. Raymond Weaver.
Another Christmas Party was given us by our grade mothers, Mrs. Wille Renfrow, Mrs. Henry Pope, and Mrs. Raymond
Weaver at school on December 21. It was quite a gala occasion. The Seniors presented lovely gifts to their grade mothers and
Our Senior Play, "Girls Are Like That" proved to be a success with Faye Renfrow, Clifton Stancil, Joan Hare, Billy C.
Whitley, J. D. Durham, Evelyn Atkinson, Jean Phillips, Elgie Weaver, Emily Pope, and Hilda Renfrow doing a grand job on
the stage. Other members of the class supported the cast by performing all the numerous jobs attendant upon the production of
Our senior year was crowded with many things--studies galore, deadlines of Glen-Cedo and Glendale Echo, scholarship
tests taken, basketball games, Senior Stunt Night, and Senior day at Greenville.
Now the time had come, when we too, would be shoved into the future by some strange incoming invader on our shores. We
realized that four years before we had landed upon these banks ourselves with the same sortof vigor and determination. We had
participated during those crowded years in work, play, and more work. We had acquired understanding, loyalty, and kindness
toward our fel lowmen. We had found that life to be full did not have to be all play, and that work well done was a key to
happiness and success. It was now time for us to go forth to invade new shores and conquer new worldsl
Presenting o n d remembering. . .our comrades. . . Seniors, Juniors,
S o p h o m o r e s, ond Freshmen . . .and the infinite possibilities that lie
within . . .
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Our hearts grow sad and lone,
For the time draws near,
When we must forever depart
From the things we hold dear
And our schoolmates so near--
Works well done and our victories all won
So dear to our hearts,
We with reverence depart
From the school and teachers sincere.
Goodbye, goodbye, dear Glendale High,
The school we hold so dear,
The school we hold so dear.
CLASS NIGHT HONORS
EVELYN ATKIN SON
MARGARET ATK I N SO N
JOAN KAYE HARE
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CLASS OF '55
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Marshall Beth Boykin
William Robert Pittman
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"Small but quite athletic5 full of fun and frolic, but still sym-
pathetic . "
Marshal 1,2,35 4-H Club 1,2,35 Glee Club 1,2,35 Basketball
1,2,3,45 Monogram Club 2,35 French Club 3,45 F.F.A. 2,3,45
Officer 45 Class Play 3,45 Glen-Cedo Staff 45 Glendale Echo
Staff 45 Superlative 45 Class Night Honor 4.
MARGARET LEE ATKINSON
"Nice to look at, nicer to know."
Basketball 1,2,35 Glee Club 1,2,35 4-H Club 1,2,35 Monogram
Club 2,35 F.H.A. 2,3,4, Officer 2,3,45 Marshal 35 Class Play
35 Glendale Echo Staff 3,45 French Club 3,45Class Night Honor
Glen-Cedo Staff 45 Superlative 4.
COY MEDLIN BATTEN
"Always smiling, always gay, a real nice guy in every way."
4-H Club 1,25 Citizenship Club 35 Class Play 35 Bus Driver 3,
45 Glendale Echo Staff 45 Glen-Cedo Staff 45 F.F.A. 4, Offi-
cer 45 Class Night Honor 45 Supe rlative 45 Class Officer 4.
PAUL ANDERSON BOYETTE, JR.
"Slow, idle, and unconcern ed, I went to class, but seldom
Baseball 1,25 4-H Club 1,25 Basketball 1,2,4, Captain 45 F.F.
A. 45 Superlative 4.
PRISCILLA LILLIAN BOYETTE
"Precious things come in small packages."
Basketball 1,2,35 4-H Club 1,2,35 Glen-Cedo Staff 1,45 Mon-
ogram Club 2,35 F.H.A. 2,3,4, Officer 2,3,45 French Club
3,45 F.T.A. Club 45 Class Night Honor 45 Glee Club 1,2,35
Superlative 45 Glendale Echo Staff 4.
LINDA LOU BRANNAN
"Marriages are made in Heaven"
4-H Club 1,2,35 Glee Club 1,2,35 Marshal 35 Superlative 4.
LESTER EUGENE COCKRELL
"Quiet and shy, a real sweet guy."
4-H Club 1,2,35 Class Play 35 Baseball 3,45 Superlative 45'F.
F.A. 4, Officer 4.
JAMES DELMAS DURHAM
"Love is blind, my eyes are growing dim."
4-H Club l,2,3,45 Basketball 2,35 Baseball 2,35 Glee Club 35
Class Play 45 Monogram Club 2,3.
BOBBY CARROLL GARDNER
"ln his friendly eyes so brown, there is mischiefalwoys found."
4-H Club 1,25 Bus Driver 2,3,45 Glendale Echo Staff 45 Super-
"His labor was to kill time."
4-H Club l,2,35 Baseball l,2,3,45 Class Play 35 F.F.A. 45
Superlative 45 Basketball l,3,4.
JOAN KAYE HARE
' "A giggle and a smile make a life worth-while."
Glee Club l,2,35 Class Officer l,2,45 Glendale Echo Staff l,
2,Q,45 F.H.A. 2,3,45 Class Play 3,45 Glen-Cedo Staff 3,45
Class Night Honor 45 Superlative 45 F.H.A. Officer 4.
DONALD SEBASTIAN JOHNSON
"Facing the future with a smile. "
Class Officer l,2,3,45 Glendale Echo Staff l,3,45 Bus Driver
2,3,45 Class Play 35 Superlative 4.
LUBY LESTER NARRON
"He says little, but thinks a lot."
4-H Club l,25 Baseball l,2,3,45 Class Play 35 F.F.A. 4.
RONALD LEE NARRON
"Fun, fun, and more fun."
4-H Club l,25 Bus Driver 2,3,45 Glendale Echo Staff 45 F.F.A.
HAROLD EUGENE PARRISH
"Athletic, friendly, and kind, another like him you'll never
4-H Club l5 Monogram Club l,25 Baseball l,2,3,45 Basketball
l,2,3,4, Captain 3, Co-Captain 45 Class Play 3.
EMILY GREY POPE
"She gives the world the best she has5 may the best come back
4-H Club l,25 Glee Club l,2,35 Class Officer l,2,3,45 F.H.
A. 2,3545 Officer 45 Librarian 35 Marshal 35 Glendale Echo
Staff 3,45 Citizenship Club 3,45 School News Reporter 3,45
Superlative 45 F.T.A. 4, Officer 45 Class Play 45 Glen-Cedo
45 Class Night Honor 4.
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"I can resist everything except temptation."
Basketball I, Manager I5 4-H Club I,2,35 Baseball I,2,4,
Manager I5 Class Play 35 F.F.A. 45 Superlative 4.
HILDA FAYE RENFROW
v "A thing of Beauty is a ioy forever.
4-H Club I,25 Glee Club I,2,35 Basketball I,2,3,4, Captain
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45 Class Play 3,45 Superlative 45 Class Night Honor 4.
HILDA GREY RENFROW
"Without music life would be incomplete."
4-H Club I,2,35 Glee Club I,2,35 F.H.A. 2,45 Librarian 35
Superlative 45 Class Play 45 Glen-Cedo Staff 45 Echo Staff 45
Class Officer 45 Class Night Honor 4.
HILTON VESTER RENFROW
"All great men are dying, I feel ill myself."
Baseball 3,45 Bus driver 3,45 F.F.A. 45 Superlative 4.
MATTHEW JOSEPH SASSER
"I love work5 I could sit and watch it for hours."
4'l'l Club li F-F-A. I,25 Glee Club I5 Class Play 35 Glendale
Echo Staff 45 Glen-Cedo Staff 45 Class Officer 45 F.T.A. 4
Officer 45 Class Night Honor 45 Superlative 4.
WALTON C LIFTON STANCIL
"The force of his own merit makes his way."
4-H Club I5 F.F.A. 2, Officer 25 Basketball 3,45 Class Play
3,45 French Club 3,45Citizenship Club 45 Superlative 45 Glen-
Cedo Staff 4.
ELGIE FAYE WEAVER
"Life is too short to worry."
Basketball I5 4-H Club I,25 Glee Club I,2,35 F.H.A. 2,4,
Class Play 3,45 Superlative 45 Glendale Echo Staff 4.
BILLY CARROLL WHITLEY
"I'm a woman hater, but the Bible says, 'Love your enemies."'
Baseball 25 Class Play 3,45 Glendale Echo Staff 45 F.F.A. 4,
Officer 45 Assistant Bus Driver 3,4.
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LAST WILL AND TESTAMENT
Glendale High School, State of North Carolina, County of Johnston.
We, the Senior Class of 1955 A. D., being of unsound mind, but strong in body, realizing that our days of
trouble and turmoil have almost ceased, do bestow the worldly goods listed below to our underclassmen. This
property, some debits and some credits, cannot be exchanged, traded or sold during their high school years.
TO THE FACULTY:
To Mr. Lester, who has helped us through our high school days, we leave our heartfelt devotion along with our
To Mrs. Bunn, whose help has made our ann ual possible and who has guided us throughout this Senior year,
teaching and inspiring us to uphold the highest standards of life, we leave our deepest a pprec iationpand
To Mrs. Carroll, we give and bequeath our kindest regards and sincerest graditude for the help she has given the
Echo Staff and us.
To Mrs. Lester, Mr. Silver, Mr. Dixon, and Mr. McClure, we leave our many thanks for the many ways they
have helped us through our high school years.
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To the Junior class, we leave the brillancy of our lovely class rings, since we know for a fact that ours are al-
ready dull in finish, though not in affection.
To the Sophomore class, we leave Mr. Silver to teach you U. S. History, hoping you will leam it as we did.
To the Freshman class, we leave our talking ability and hope they make as much use of it as we have.
Priscilla Boyette donates to Judith Boykin, her tiny feet and sweet disposition.
Hilda Renfrow bequeaths her talent and typing ability to Joan Batten.
Ronald Lee Narron wills his school bus to any one who can drive fast enough to get to school on time.
Margaret Atkinson leaves her pretty clothes to Martha Stancil and "Jo" Godwin.
H. A. Pittman leaves his talent for talking in class and looking perfectly innocent to E. V. Hodge.
Joan Hare wills her witty ways and ability to hold her tongue to Shirley Cooper and Janice Davis.
Coy Batten leaves his cuteness and dependability to W. J. Johnson.
Emily Pope bequeaths her intelligence and title, Editor of the "Glen-Cedo", to any one who is worthy of it.
Billy Carroll Whitley, leaves his flirty ways to Clovis Boykin, Jr.
Evelyn Atkinson leaves her sweet manner and athletic ability to Evelyn Jones and Betty Faye Creech.
Paul Boyette, Jr. bequeaths his way with the girls and muscles-to-haul-coal to "Speck" Pope.
Elgie Weaver bequeaths her ability to love only one boy to Louise Narron.
Clifton Stancil wills his weakness for all the cute girls and his ability to speak French to Bobby Parker.
Linda Brannan leaves her happy ways and congenial personality to Martha Bunn and Jeanette Morgan.
Eugene Cockrell bequeaths to Billy Narron his quite sunny disposition.
Luby Narron leaves his noisey ways and ability to skip school to Worth Narron and J. W. Lewis.
Joe Sasser leaves his ability to play a piano like Liberace to Jo Ann Radford.
Vester Renfrow leaves his crew cut and sneaky ways to James Godwin.
Ha ro l d Pa rr i sh bequeaths his ability to play basketball and to make hook shots from the center line to James
Ruffin Hocutt and Shorty Stancil.
Ralph Hill leaves his good looks and his pretty black hair to Billy Wall Boyette
Bobby Gardner wills his Wardrobe of nice clothes to W. J. Johnson and Jackie Stancil .
Donald Johnson leaves his school bus and seat in the office to any one who can get it.
Faye Renfrow leaves her good looks and ability to have fun to Edith Brown and Barbara Creech.
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Serving asa marshal is an honor gained through sch olarsh i p. Left to Right: Coy
Batten, Priscilla Boyette, Emily Pope, Linda Brennan, Margaret Atkinson, and Evelyn
SENIOR CLASS PLAY
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RECOLLECTIONS OF FUN-AND WORK WELL DONE.
Lett to right: Joan Hare, Clifton Stancil, Emily Pope, Billy Whitley, Elgie Weaver,
Faye Renfrow, Jean Phillips, Hilda Renfrow, Evelyn Atkinson, J. D. Durham.
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"The road of toil leads to the cif
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WILLIE RAY CROCKER
LINDA JO GODWIN
JAMES RUFFIN HOCUTT
E. V. HODGE
W. J. JOHNSON
LIDA JEAN NARRON
PATRICIA G. NARRON
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MRS. NONA BOSEWELL
MRS. MARGIE TURNER
MRS. IRENE DURHAM
MRS. EULA BOYETTE
MRS. MARGARET TRAHAN
MRS. MARY LANGSTON
MISS JEAN BAGGETT
MISS EULA GODWIN
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"A teacher affects eternityp he can never tell
where his influence stops."
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Jones, R. Edwards, G. Godwin, L. John-
son, D. M. Wells, D. Johnson, G. Ellis,
J. Brincheck, S. L. Davis, W. N. Godwin
B. Pope, G. Johnson, F. Weaver, R. El-
more, C. Boykin, A. Horne, D. Gurley
C. Batten, T. Stancil, A. L. Phillips, R.
Bass, S. Stone, P. Wood, M. Pope, E
Godwin, B. Godwin, E. Boyette.
Mrs . Langston .
Left to right: F. Garner, B. Pittman, G
Creech, A. Teddar, R. Edwards, J. Hill
M. Brincheck, J. A. Phillips, J. Hill, J
Wells, K. Edwards.
L. Cox, P. Carter, S. Brown, J. Weaver
W. Stancil, L. Peacock, J. Hales, Li
Hall, S.CockrelI, R. Narron, L. Boswell
Miss W.Crocker, D. Boykin, L.
Nixon, Fi. Evans, R. Cooper, J. A. Evans,
W. Holland, M. Watson, C. Gurley, B
Hicks, D. Carroll, R. Bass.
Left to right: J. Weaver, J. Johnson, J
Rose, L. Johnson, P. Batten, R. Creech,
B. Phillips, J. Godwin, J.W. Boswell, J.
J. Morris, L. Dixon, V. Johnson, M. L.
Boyette, M. Turner, S.Crocker, R. Ricks
D. Godwin, D. Edwards, L. Bames.
Miss Baggett, R.Deans, G. Foster, J
Godwin, B. Pope, B. Langston, R. Creech,
L. Weaver, D.Godwin, K. Raper, K
A GLANCE INTO THE FUTURE
As I gaze into the sky and think of the many years that have passed and the many storms that
have blown by, my classmates seem closer to me than ever before. Downy white clouds, passing
over the heavens as I look up, unveil all my freinds to me.
A larger cloud comes nearer and nearer as their lives are revealed:
After all her years of college, Emi I y Pope is at last seated at a desk in one of New York's
large schools. She is the principal and looks very important and satisfied.
E I g i e Weaver is living near Stancil's Chapel with her husband and their four children. She
looks very happy and so industrious hanging out lines of clothes for her offspring.
Lower the gang plank! Here comes the captain of the large cargo ship, "Master Ben." Listen
as he speaks, "Attention l" Who is it? Why, it's Donald Johnson.
Priscilla Boyette is teaching Home Economics at Hugh Morrison High School in Raleigh, her
number one attraction is still Bobby Gardner, owner of the Gardner Candy Factory there.
Hilda Renfrow is singing in a Metropolitan opera. My, look at that large flashy diamond on
her finger. Could it be she is changing a career for a domestic life?
Joe Sasser has finally settled down and is now manager of a new hardware store in Wilson. He
tells the older ladies he is out of rolling pi ns, and tells the brides he has a new supply of can
Who is this lovely creature, modeling the bea utiful red bathing suit on the cover of June's
issue of LOOK? It's no other than Faye Renfrow, the beauty of our class.
Linda Brannan, now Mrs. Pulley, is living near Moore's School House with her husband and
their twins, Rollo and Sollo. She is very active in club work and is now engaged in a new proiect
of beautifying the community.
Paul Boyette, Jr. has recently made history with his Rocket Ship. He has just retumed from his
trip to the moon and is basking in all the publicity like a satisfied cat.
Evelyn Atkinson was recently selected by our new "President," H. A. Pittman, as his private
secretary. That's because she was so efficient in school and such a sym pathetic listener to our
talkative H. A.
Margaret Atkinson is now head of the anesthetic department in Duke Hospital, with an eye on
a young doctor who was her secret beau at Glendale.
Ralph Hill is in Hollywood completely taking Tony Curtis' place among the male stars. All
the young ladies thrill and swoon over him. Um-m, those looks and that "Oscar"I
Look--Vester Renfrow is playing ball with the Boston Red Sox. People are hailing him as a
second Babe Ruth. He also sponsors a shaving cream on television three nights a week.
After many years of hard training, Coy Batten has finally made headlines as a champion fighter.
He knocked out poor Marciano in the second round of the title bout.
J. D. Durham has a magnificent trophy on display in his enormous trophy room. It is his a-
ward for winning the Indianapolis 500 Miles Speedway Race.
State College has iust won another Atlantic Coast Conference series. No wonder, look whom
they have for basket-ball coach--Harold Parrish. He really has a teaml
Ronald Lee Narron, now a noted brain surgeon has performed another one of his miracle opera-
tions. This time it was on Clifton Stancil, the second Einstein, whose unsurpassed brain has as-
tounded the medical profession for years.
Here is Luby Narron who, as iail-keeper in Kenly, found time to write the year's best selling
mystery "Un-unk Ta-an!"
Guess whatl Eugene Cockrell has married a rich widow and is consequently owner of the new
Bon-Ton Shoppe--"Exclusive Things for Ladies."
Billy Carroll Whitley is a radio announcer for station W. M. C. in Memph is. He comes on
every morning at 6 o'clock and gabs and gabs--about love, romance--anything.
As for a vision of Joan Kaye Hare's life, not much is revealed, but she will always remain hap-
py as long as she has a little garden in which to grow money trees.
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Left to right: H. Renfrow, J. Batten, C. Stancil, C. Batten, J. Hare, J. Sasser, M.
Atkinson, P. Boyette, Mrs. Bunn, E. Atkinson, and E. Pope.
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MRS. LOIS P. BUNN
A THE 1955 "GLEN-CEDO"
THE "GLENDALE ECHO"
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Row: Miss Jean Baggett, Coach, B. Atkinson, V. Phillips, G. Godwin, L. V. Jones,
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ROSE DRY CLEANERS
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DORlS'S BEAUTY SHOP
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