Glendale High School - Glen Cedo Yearbook (Kenly, NC)

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Y l D0 CG S presents its FOOTPRINTS published by the Senior Class of the Glendale High School in Kenly, North Carolina JOAN BATTEN editor-in-chief JUDITI-I BOYKIN I , assistant editor " "' I .av SQ, 1: .J w f " M. si if is R- f 'fn , x ,, 1, yt FOREWORD "Lives of great men all remind us We can make our lives sublime, And, departing, leave behind us Footprints on the sands of time." 2 l m, , ha, A - . iwimawaf sf' f ,. , . Q H X , ,Q-4.....M,, f ' I f Q M-M , , . ' f aw., V 2 up all gg? N Q , ,gif KAN QV' QQ Dtiiii. mi ffm! ND' 461 2 I DEDICATION We,the senior class of Glendale High School, hereby dedicate this volume of the 1956 Glen-C"edo to all the students who will follow in our footsteps. We honor those who are in school now and all those who will enter in the years to come, with this re- cord of our classes, activities, sports, and school life in all its phases. We sincerely hope that Glendale High School will become as dear to them as it is to each of us, and that their school days here will be as happily and profitable spent as we feel that ours have been. 4 mann if 1 Q 32 E' 4, . if 'Q ,N 1, xg W Si xe . ve' ' 2 fy b Q , , 7 Y Q f f f 5 , Q ? 2 2 5 . X 'K N N Q' QE X 15- X x X 3 'Fri' am, 'LEM 'bl ".'f"2'fh 'Ph FA l J 5 Q f 'ff '95, W M 'x Nts 1 , :Viv S101 4 A 4. .SW " af, L Kc? . ,Q 'i me , Q., K. , s .ivan 11-SF .fs-1' 4 0 1'x,gxQ4' 35' 'fa '-5 " 53' 'fvipi Q ff- -.Wk C? Principal GEORGE B, LESTER Superintendent E.S. SIMPSON X Q MM 'X SCHOOL BOARD imdw LEFT TO RIGHT: Rev. Willie Renfrowg Chairman, D.E. Stancilg Raymond Atkinspng Kermit Stan- Cil. NOT PICTURED: Dolphus O'Nea1. 6 FACULTY ,mb 5 6' L 1-.- "Life is real! Life is earnest!" MR. W.W. MCCLURE Agriculture MISS BELINDA NEWSOME Business Education MR. GEORGE E. SILVER Mathematics English Coach MR. BURTIS OVERMAN Music 7 MRS. LOIS P. BUNN Science French MR. WILLIAM I. 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Guin 'UP-fa 'ibn ' Fw ps R is dw A SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS FIRST ROW: Joan Batten, Presidentg Judy Boykin, Reporterg WJ. Johnson, Vice-President. SECOND ROW: Evelyn Jones, Reporterg Esther Parrish, Secretary. THIRD ROW: Janice Pope, Treasurerg Vira Lee Lamm, Assistant Secretary. MOTTO The Road of Toil leads to the City of Success I V MASCOTS Genie Lark Bailey Thomas Allen Nunemaker COLORS Red and White FLOWER Red Rose 'US Av 1 WW my I ' wfeff X QW' f fm 65' AV' 'Vx -QQ' ---nn-.40n5A ,AL CHARLES WM. JIMMY ROGERS JAMES EARL JOAN KAY VII ATKINSON ATKINSON BAILEY BATTEN BILLY WALL MARY JUDITH WILLIE CLOVIS EDITH IONE BOYETTE BOYKIN BOYKIN, JR. BROWN MARTHA LOU SHIRLEY GREY MARGARET WILLIE RAY - BUNN COOPER ERCELL CREECH CROCKER CLASS OF '56 n ,Q 1, ,. A -W 1 i- I ,I Az' . ,SL ' 6' i ,:- - xx was-.4"f gwunv' Mg, M f A, " JAMES BARDEN DANIEL GENELL JAMES RUFFIN ERNEST VIRGIL GODWIN HICKS I-IOCUTT I-IODGE, JR. WALTER JESSE BERTI-IA EVELYN VIR-A LEE HELEN JOHNSON JONES LAMM JEANETTE GLENDA LIDA JEAN ANNA LOUISE MORGAN LA VERNE NARRON NARRON ESTHER LOIS MORRIS PARRISH CLASS OF '56 I3 I i Iv' fm 'Qs T div' -l- L CHARLOTTE JANICE RE NELL JO ANN NETTIE LQU ANN PITTMAN POPE RADFORD WEAVER CLASS POEM "All good things must come to an end" Is a saying that's oft repeated. We think of it as we leave Glendale, But we are far from being defeated. Although we have a long road to travel, Surely success we'll gain, If all the hopes, ideals and goals we've set Somehow we can attain. Though we're parting we'll never forget The ones who've helped us on our way, Our principal, teachers, parents and friends, Many thanks to you, we'll always say! The road of life may be full of strife, But we must ever keep traveling along, For others who'll follow in our footsteps Will soon be singing our song. So, farewell to you, dear Glendale, And thanks for all you've done. .Although our school days are now over, Our life has really just begun! Janice Pope Clovis Boykin Q' SENIOR FAVORITES BEST ALL-AROUND 525 tm? M 5,. 15 Ei 4 Vira Lee La mm WJ. Johnson bf, fuse. -fffszv wf , s, af' Q, v W. if s 7 ' , 1 MOST LIKELY TO SUCCEED Joan Batten Charles Atkinson I5 ,, .A-4 'I i ,NK MOST STUDIOUS Esther Parrish Jimmy Atkinson E MOST POPULAR Evelyn Jones E.V. Hodge 1' I Q Elsa BEST LOOKING Edith Brown Billy Wall Boyette jf me Sl i 965,53 Viv---.., iff A A . ag 'C7 FRIENDLIEST Martha Bunn James Earl Bailey SENIOR mv r ia, 1 l FAvoRlTEs 1 Q F 11 il ll if li .l l V ls I., Th it , . JN MOST POLITE 4' if Lida Jean Narron Willie Ray Crocker SLN li BEST DRESSED Judy Boykin Billy Wall Boyette MOST TALENTED Jo Ann Radford Genell Hicks 25 gf ,W Q .4 0 , fwfA ,Z ,Q E' A911 41", ' WITTIEST Ann Pittman Clovis Boykin SENIOR FAVORITES MOST DEPENDABLE Janice Pope Barden Godwin A, 2 MOST ATHLETIC Jeanette Morgan James Ruffin Hocutt Tl F I LAST WILL AND TESTAMENT Glendale High School, State of North Carolina, County of Johnston I Cl f 1956 A D being blessed with a sound mind and good health, realize that our days of We, the Senior ass o . ., troubles and tribulations have almost ceased. In leaving our footprints behind, we are also distributing fairly our talents, properties, and possessions to those we are leaving behind and do hereby declare and make this our last will and testament. V ARTICLE I To the Faculty: To Mr. Lester, our principal, we wish to express our many thanks for the interest and leadership he has shown us during the past years. i To Mrs. Bunn, our senior sponsor, who has taught and inspired us to uphold the highest standards of life and who has helped to make our annual possible, we leave our love and deepest appreciation. l To Miss Newsome, our commercial teacher, we give and bequeath our sincerest gratitude and kindest thanks 5 for the help she has given us. P To Mrs. Lester, Mr. Dixon, Mr. Silver and Mr. McClure, we leave our heartfelt appreciation for their efforts ,J toward imparting wisdom to our souls. li ARTICLE II . To our parents, we bequeath our eternal love and gratitude for their praise and encouragement, for their love F and faith in us, and for the many sacrifices they made in helping us to prepare for life's long journey. ARTICLE in To the Juniors, we leave our senior privileges, our homeroom, and our seats in assembly. d h e ou will use it and win more ball games than we did. To the Sophomores, we leave the gym an op y To the Freshmen, we give our understanding teachers, but because we will need our brilliant minds for future 1 r use, we cannot give them to you to ease your pathway or the teachers'. ARTICLE IV Joan Batten bequeaths her intelligence and the title, Editor-in-chief of the annual, to anyone capable of hav- y ing them. , James Ruffin Hocutt gives his basketball ability and his reputation of being a pest to R. H. Weaver and George V Boyette. Divide them evenly, boys. ll Esther Parrish leaves her red hair and fiery temper to Dianne Boyette and Margaret Langley, and hopes they ' will use them as wisely as she did. f Genell Hicks donates his "Grand Ole Opry" music and hillbilly ways to Edward Creech and Leon Sasser. 1 E. V. Hodge wills his sweet and flirty ways to J. B. Narron. . ' Clovis Boykin leaves his black wavy hair and six feet three to Melvin Douglas Johnson and Donald Boyette. J Edith Brown gives her good looks to Jeanette Raper and Barbara Atkinson. Ercell Creech leaves her ability for having a good time, anywhere and anytime, to Peggy Jean Creech and Alice Faye Bailey. Jeanette Morgan wills her height and ability to play basketball to Peggy Weaver and La Verne Jones. Willie Ray Crocker wills his bashfulness and sly ways to Billy Narron. Jimmy Atkinson donates his ability to write shorthand like a girl to Talmadge Langley. Ccgharles Atkinson leaves his determination to finish school to Billis Renfrow. He hopes it will do him some goo . Jo Ann Radford donates her talent for playing the piano and her cheerful willingness to help everyone to Sue Stancil and Joan Crawford. Vira Lee Lamm leaves her title "Best-all-Around" to anyone who cares to earn it. Billy Wall Boyette wills his good looks and sweet disposition to James Vernon Davis and Kenneth Davis. Ann Pittman leaves her desire to become a housewife to Evelyn Peacock. Lida Jean Narron bequeaths, her quietness and unassuming ways to La Verne Hill and Marjorie Holland. Louise Narron bequeaths her ability to date all the boys, but love only one, to Janice Davis. 1 Evelyn Jones leaves her jolly ways and popularity to Phyllis Batten, hoping that she will cherish them both. Judith Boykin gives her sweet disposition and pretty clothes to Barbara Creech. Barden Godwin leaves his dependability and gentle ways to Rex Morris and Kermit Stancil. ' ' ' ' " " S eck Po e W. J. Johnson wills his conceitedness and title Heartbreaker to p p . Glenda Morris bequeaths her friendliness and dependability to Mary Sue Brannon and Rochelle O'Neal. Nettie Weaver leaves her seat in bookkeeping class to Rose Hare and hopes that Rose will be in just the right place. Shirley Cooper gives her ability to have a good time in class to Joyce Creech and Joyce Faye Narron. Janice Pope bequeaths her talent in art to Sybil Lynn Lamm. ' ' N Martha Bunn leaves her happy ways and congenial personality to Betty Lou arron. Dorothy Garner leaves her ability to drive, without tearing out the gears, to Betty Jean Creech. James Earl Bailey just leaves. ' Judith Boykin Evelyn Jones SENIOR CHARLES WILLIAM ATKINSON "Lead him to a task and conquer it he will." 4-H 15 F.F.A. 35 Safety Patrol 3,45 Superlative 4. JIMMY ROGERS ATKINSON "When everybody minds his own business, news is scarce. 4-H lg Superlative 45 Echo Staff 4. JAMES EARL BAILEY "Jim" "My only regret is that I have but one life." F.F.A. 3,45 Class Play 45 Superlative 4. JOAN KAY BATTEN "Age cannot wither her, nor custom stale her in- finite variety." Basketball .1-Manager 2,3,45 Echo Staff 1,2,3- Editor 45 F.H.A. Officer 1,2,3,45 "Raindrops" 1, 2,3,45 4-H Club Officer 1,2,3,45 4-H Awards 1, 2,3,45 Monogram Club 1,3,45 Class Officer 1,3, 45 Glee Club 1,45 Citizenship Club Officer 25 Citizenship Award 25 French Club 35 Safety Pa- trol 35 Marshal 1-Chief 35 Glen-Cedo Staff 3- Ediror-in-Chief 45 Class Play 3,45 F.T.A. 3-Of- ficer 45 N. C. 4-H Honor Club 45 Class Night Honor 45 Superlative 4. BILLY WALL BOYETTE "Willie" "Luck hates the slow and loves the bold." 4-H 1,2-Officer 35 Basketball 1,2 ,3,4-Captain 45 CitizenshipClub 1,3,45 Baseball 25 F.F.A. 35 Bus Drivers' Club 3-Officer 45 Class Play 3,45 Glen- Cedo Staff 45 Superlative 4. WILLIE CLOVIS BOYKIN, JR. "A woman's promise is like an egg, good until it's broken. 4-H 1,25 Class Officer 25 F.F.A. 3-Officer 45 Class Play 3,45 Bus Drivers' Club 3-Officer 45 Class Night Honor 45 Superlative 45 Glen-Cedo Staff 4. MARY JUDITI-I BOYKIN "Judy" "I wonder what fool it was that first invented kissing." F.H.A. 1,2 ,35 Glee Club 1,2,45 "Raindrops" 1,2, 3,45 4-I-I 1,2,3,4-Officer 35 Class Officer 1,3,45 Librarian 25 Marshal 35 Echo Staff 3,45 4-H Awards3,45Class Play 4-Prompter 35 Glen-Cedo Staff 45 Class Night Honor 45 Superlative 4. EDITH IONE BROWN "Burkette" "She'd rather make history than study it." 4-H 1,2,35 Class Officer 1,2,35 F.H.A. 1,35 Glee Club 1,2,45 Basketball 2,3,4-Co-Captain 3,45 Class Play 35 Monogram Club 3,45 Echo Staff 3, 45Superlative 45 F.P.A.Sweetheart 45 Glen-Cedo Staff 45 Class Night Honor 4. MARTHA LOU BUNN "Snook" "Ring on her finger-man on her mind." F.r1.A. 15GleeCIub 1,25 4-H Club i,2,3, Basket- ball 25 Librarian 25 Class Play 35 Echo Staff 35 Superlative 45 Glen-Cedo Staff 4. SHIRLEY GREY COOPER "Coop" "That's as well as ifI had said it myself." 4-H Club 1,25 Glee Club 1,25 Class Officer 25 Echo Staff 3,45 Class Night Honor 4. MARGARET ERCELL CREECI-I "ErSe" "Teachers and classrooms are her only objections to education." Basketballlg 4-H Club 1,25 Glee Club 1,25 Echo Staff 35 Class Play 3. WILLIE RAY CROCKER "He furnishes dull classes with plenty of zest." F.F.A. 3,45 Superlative 4. JAMES BARDEN GODWIN "At long last I am able to say a few words of my own." 4-H lg Bus Drivers' Club 1,2,3,45 F.F.A. 3,45 Superlatives 4. DANIEL GENELL HICKS "Dan" "If at first you don't succeed, try again, then quit-no use being a fool about it." Safety Patrol 1,25 F.F.A. 35 Bus Drivers' Club 3, 45 Class Play 45 Superlative 45 Class Night Honor 4. JAMES RUFFIN HOCUTT "Boll WeaVil" "You can't fall out of bed, if you sleep on the floor." F.F.A. 35 Safety Patrol 35 Bus Drivers' Club 3,45 Basketball 3,45 Monogram Club 3,45 Superlative 4. ERNEST VIRGIL HODGE, JR. Sperge" "SometimesIsit and think, but most times I just Sit." 4-H 1,25 Baseball 1,25 Basketball 1,2,3,45 Mono- gram Club 1,3,45 Class Play 3,45 F.F.A. 3.4: Bus Drivers' Club 3,45 Superlative 4. WALTER JESSE JOHNSON "W, J." "Man has his will, but woman has her way." Class Officer 2,45 Class Play 35 Marshal 3, F.F. A. Officer 3,45 Superlative 45 Glen-Cedo Staff 45 Echo Staff 45 Citizenship Club Officer 4. BERTHA EVELYN JONES "Life is too short to worry." F.H.A. 1,2,35 4-H 1,2-Officer 3,45 "Raindrops" 1,2,3,45 Basketball 1,2,3,45 Glee Club 1,2,45 Monogram Club 1,3,45 Librarian 25 Class Play 3, 45Class Officer 45Glen-Cedo Staff 45 Class Night Honor 45Safety Patrol45 F.T.A. 3-Officer 45 4-H Awards 3,45 Echo Staff.3,45 Superlative 4. VIRA LEE LAMM "Her words are few, but well chosen." F.H.A.15 4-H 1,25 Glee Club 1,2,45 Librarian 25 Marshal 35 Class Play, Prompter 35 Class Play 45 Superlative 45 Class Officer 45 Echo Staff 45 Glen-Cedo Staff 45 Class Night Honor 4. HELEN JEANETTE MORGAN "Nette" "I don't care!" 4-H 1,25 Glee Club 1,25 Basketball 2,3,45-Co- captain 45 Monogram Club 3,45 Glen-Cedo Staff 4. FOOTPRINTS GLENDA LA VERNE MORRIS " Peg" "God's rarest blessing is, after all, a good woman." Class Play, Prompter 4. LIDA JEAN NARRON "Quietness often leads to fame." 4-H lg Echo Staff 3,45 Librarian 3,45 Superlative 45 Glen-Cedo Staff 4. ANNA LOUISE NARRON "Squeeze" "Look out, she hath mischief in her eyes." 4-H lg Echo Staff 35 Librarian 3,45 Glen-Cedo Staff 4. ESTHER LOIS PARRISH "She gives the world the best she has5 may the best come back to her." F.I-I.A. 15 Glee Club 1,25 4-H 1,2,35 Basketball 2,3 ,45Echo Staff 3,45 Monogram Club 3,45 Class Officer 45 Glen-Cedo Staff 45 Class Night Honor 45 Class Play, Prompter 45 Superlative 4. CHARLOTTE ANNE PITTMAN "Pitt" "Better never trouble Trouble until Trouble trou- bles you." Cheerleader lg Glee Club 1,25 4-H Club 1,25 Basketball 25 F.H.A. 25 Librarian 25 Class Play 45Superlative 45 Glen-Cedo Staff 45 Class Night Honor 4. IANICE RE NELL POPE "Generally speaking, she's generally speaking." Cheerleader lg Citizenship Club lg Monogram Club 15F.H.A. 1,254-H 1,25 Glee Club 1,25 Echo Staff 1,2,3,45 Class Officer 1,2,3,45 Basketball 2,35 Marshal 35 Superlative 45 Glen-Cedo Staff 45 Class Night Honor 4. JO ANN RADFORD 'J0" "We love her for her smile." Cheerleader lg F.H.A. Officer 1,2,35 4-H Club Officer 1,2,3,45 "Raindrops" 1,2,3,45 Glee Club 1,2 ,45 Class Officer 1,35 Monogram Club 1,3,45 Librarian 25 Basketball 2,8,45 Citizenship Club 3,45 Marshal 35 French Club 35 Class Play, Prompter 3-Cast 45 4-I-I Awards 3,45 Superlative 45 Class Night Honor 45 Echo Staff 45 Glen-Cedo Staff 4. NETTIE LOU WEAVER "Lucy" "A good disposition is more valuable than gold." Glee Club 1,25 4-H 1,2,35 Class Play, Prompter 4. CLASS SONG fTune: "Melody of Love."j The time has come to leave you, Glendale I-ligh, And our hearts are sad as we say goodbye. While we sing your praises, our hearts fill with pride And We hate to leave you deep down inside! Memories of some friends may fade with the years, So leaving you doth dim our eyes with tears. Here we planned our future-tho' now goodbye, We will ne'er forget you, Glendale High. Jo Ann Radford Genell Hicks nw nf R ,L m.if4gg ff .ig WE... "Education feeds the mind , the heart, and the soul." fanny if LEFT TO RIGHT: Joan Batten, Chiefg Judy Boykin, Jo AnnRadford,Vira Lamm, Janice Pope, W. J. John- son. J . if-ky 1 l ' 1 3 "Another Way to burn the midnight oil!" "THE DARLING BRATS" Senior Play Cast: FIRST ROW: Ann Pittman, E. V. Hodge. SECOND ROW: Jo Ann Radford, Joan Ba ten, Vita Lamm, Clovis Boykin, Judy Boykin. THIRD ROW: Genell Hicks, W. J. Johnson Qnot in pla Evelyn Jones, Billy Wall Boyette. NOT PICTURED: James Earl Bailey. 1 t.. YJ l 51 1 fl i Ji ll 'V 'u l l il l l :ll l El i. 'l ll te .f 1:51-.,.W,.,..,.., . , 1 31, ,.-R. .51 f' . x 1 -.-.... CLASS PROPHECY Well,I guess it's the gypsy in us--we don't know any other reason why they chose us to make the class prophe- cy. We could easily count and recount the tales of many footsteps long gone by, but instead, we now must pre- dict the uncertain footprints of the future. "Turn onward, Turn onward, Oh, time in your flight, Let us see the graduates of '56 Ten years from tonight!" My, that new filling station that E. V. Hodge is building is really swell! We wonder how he does so well. Could it be that he sells three quarts of gas for a gallon? "Takea letter, please, Miss Esther Parrish." Ah, there she is--secretary to the president of the largest bank in Pleasant Gardens. Her footsteps have taken her far. Wandering back through the halls of GHS, we find some of our seniors have taken over the spotlight. Joan Bat- ten has replaced Mrs. Bunn and is sponsoring the Senior Class. The scene moves to Princeton, where we see Lida Jean Narron, very content and happy as a model housewife. Barden Godwin is also married. He is living near Stancil's Chapel with his wife and twin sons, "Blue Flame" and "Rulaine." Edith Brown is in Hollywood. Edith is still known as "The Beauty" and seems to be making quite a hit in her new show, "Silver Slippers." Say, what's this? "Buy your tickets for the wrestling match tonight. Ercell Creech defends her world's cham- pionship title." Well, all I can say is, it should be exciting! Whom do we see there in that new Western Auto Store just above the Kenly Post Office? Oh, it's Clovis Boy- kin and heis manager of the store. He can hardly keep enough parts for the Hot Rods the boys are driving around. He complains because he is not able to sell them any speedometers. He says that they need them more than any- thing else. . Willie Ray Crocker and W.J. Johnson are two of the most successful farmers of 1966. What they learned in FFA must have been worth a lot. They are driving Cadillacs and spending their winters in Florida. Judith Boykin, you know, attended King's Business College in Raleigh. She liked it so well, that now we can see her in the crystal ball as a busy member of the faculty there--a popular one too! Evelyn Jones has become a successful model for the Conover Agency in New York City. There she is, grace- fully posing in a beautiful bathing suit on an artificial beach in the photographer's studio. She has made that bathing suit a standby for every lovely girl in America. If any of you fellows and girls go "sailing on the sea of matrimonyj' how about dropping in to see Jeanette MorganinFlorida? I understand she has quite a fleet of yachts and is forever showing her old friends a marvelous time on a sea trip. Nettie Weaver has at last found an office on which to hang her shingle. She is now a full-fledged dentist. l always did wonder why she worked so hard to build up those muscles. "Hold on to the chair, patients, please!" Look! There's Janice Pope who is head secretary to Jimmy Atkinson, owner of a large chain of newspapers. Each one was always a genius with a pen and paper. No wonder they are doing so well. Our own Shirley Cooper has just opened her office as a lawyer. We, of government class, always agreed that she would be well suited for this profession, especially when there is a good argument involved. James Ruffin Hocutt decided to continue the profession he began in school. However, he has changed from a school bus driver to a Greyhound bus driver. There he goes driving the Glendale Seniors to New York on their senior trip. hlo Ann Radford finally decided on her career--a full-time, permanent job. Naturally, it's marriage. Guess to W Om? One ofour boys is in uniform. Oh, not the infantry! He's driving a Coca Cola truck and it's Billy Wall Boyette. Charles Atkinson ownsafuneralhomein Wilson. It seems that he just can't leave the dead alone. Louise Narron is still trying to figure out a way to have as many boy friends as possible--and Jimmy too! We see thatAnne Pittman finally waited until school was out to get married. She is living in Virginia with her husband and is very happy being a beloved housewife. There is Glenda Morris in the United States Air Force, fulfilling her life's ambition to be a WAF. Guess what? She is a Master Sergeant and doing her duty to all newcomers! Genell Hicks has just discovered a new hair tonic, which he uses himself. He says it keeps his hair well- groomed--and it keeps his girl, too. Vita Lamm, since graduation from Glendale High School, has been employed as secretary to Doctor Carter. She has gained some weight. It seems he used her as a guinea pig on which to test his famous new liver pills. In the all-telling crystal ball we can now see Martha Bunn. Remember, she got married during her senior year in school?She is not alone. Oh, that's her husband standing there beside her and they are surrounded by a num- llzjpru of little black pygmies. They are doing a wonderful job in their missionary work with these wee people of rica. There'sJames Earl Bailey unstopping a sink in a swank apartment on Park Avenue in New York. Is that apart- ment his? No! He's there because of his reputation as a first class plumber. Last,but not by any means least, we see Dorothy Garner. She is interviewing a famous football star. You see, she has won quite a name for herself as sports editor on the Chicago Times and is still carrying on her interest in all sports--men too! ' As the visions in the crystal ball grow dim, we find that we have come to the end of our search for our fellow classmates. They have left many footprints along the trail of life. They have filled these footprints well. In the many years yet to come, we can see that they will all make deeper and even better impressions on the road to their many goals in life. Class Prophets Anne Pittman Esther Parrish 23 .N . m-naw LEFT TO RIGHT Jamce Davls Treasurer Clarborne Pope V1ce Presrdent Betty Faye Creech Reporter Edward Creech Presrdent Syb1lLamm Secretary Alice Faye Bailey Donald Cockrell 'is-Mfr 'Q' if JUNIORS Edward Creech Peggy Creech Elmer Crocker Janice Davis Rose Marie Finch Wallace Gay Constance Godwin Rose Hare Sybil Lynn Lamm Joseph Lewis Rex Morris Betty Lou Narron Joyce Faye Narron Nelson Narron Randall Narron Worth N arron Stephen Parrish b Ethel Pollock Claiborne Pope Jeanette Raper Betty Faye Renfrow Shelby Stancil Sue Stancil R. H. Weaver 1 , , 5. 5,itK!'?,f'5P4'3'- I' fi Jvfgfe' , 'gyfra gk-A wwf. fma,W,a I Psa 1' P 1 12: 3,-fi Gwgfi r f wr- ,A . W - . SOPHOMORE CLASS OFFICERS fzsfagay FIRST ROW: Kermit Stancil, Vice-Presidentg Billy Narron, Presidentg Phyllis Batten, Secretary. SEC- OND ROW: Barbara Atkinson, Treasurerg Peggy Godwin and Barbara Lamm, Reporters. CLASS OF '58 "Pick your peak and climb it." Barbara Atkinson Phyllis Batten Dianne Boyette Alice Carol Boykin Iohnell Boykin Bobby Cooper Betty Jean Creech ' Joyce Crocker Kenneth Davis 215 ,I "'?"'f A- 'Q Qu-av if 4 FRESHMAN CLASS OFFICERS LEFT TO RIGHT Delores Batten, Treasurer Pernell Edwards Secretaryg Glen Gardner, Presidentg Jerry Willard Bailey Delores Batten Virginia Batten George Boyette Edith Boykin Eugene Boykin Rose Brannon Joyce Carter Earl Cockrell Jerry Cockrell if-Q, ,, . Elise. jgxce ' ll. A, H80 l Seng f Leiiie Randa. W r'r' altar me, V lv r limes ,3sDE. Ioyce Kathlg Famer lomie ,V lack, GDP S Heist Sieve Eve: Marlo kill: felix feltas l. Cr .lim v- , .,, MNC Dona. lanet Earle l. 8.2 Clint Hilda ladle Janet mr- , vin.: fd'-isi YA, -. M11 7 in -naflf V .. P. ' L FRESHMEN Linda Cooper Joan Crawford Earsell Creech Joyce Creech M. A. Creech , A. , ft , , J if N. ,L . 9 . A' ' ,-" .Q : Mack Creech Betty Crocker Lettie Crocker Randall Crocker Walton Crocker Weldon Crocker James Davis Jasper Davis Joyce Deans Kathleen Durham Pernell Edwards Lomie Eubanks Jacky Foster Glen Gardner Nelson Hare Steve Hicks Douglas Hinnant Allen Hodge Marjorie Holland Mildred Horne Felix Johnson Felton Johnson J. C. Lamm Alton Ray Lee Eunice Faye Lee Donald Lewis Janet Mitchell Edward Morgan Doris Narron J. B. Narron Clinton Parker Hilda Parrish Jackie Pittman Janet Pope Billis Renfrow Javis Renfrow Roland Renfrow Jean Ricks Marie Starling Virginia Starling Nerry Wall Paul Weaver Wallace Woodard , r-':' I A Y-r 1 . ,fix , if . at . ,. 5 1 1-mf f - A' , r-mx I Q, we-. .... , f ' 1' , , " u K . J JDJ gn! J- , J W J V ii' 4 s .si 4 f at A '..s J r 'VPU'-J "lf LI' M L 'ff' .Lf A f' ' 1 f ,- 7 -'Cl , W 2755 A Q is M I S N 4 J iv , ll, V 157- 1 f .. , sa r . l A , , E ,QA . ,M A L:-K. ...7 ' ,y , M C- EN is. X 4 " A x 0- 'Wu-.A ff' .J f ii 'ia RJ - , 1, 1 - N. . 'J Fw , K f , f,,, vt 1' a P I 5 'f LL, r f QW s, fr, 7 " ' ,J A A me A. Ml' 'Q W -'XM' 1 'x if-'N .,. Q - ' J 'ff . J X f .4 JJ - , ,Nf l V lltlvli E . fl fav , I ,W f, Z. f-my 1 f I W , 4 ww ' A ,E 4' , 4 in A A av in '1 " 1 A it. l 1 Q Q .. an- 1 i kt :W E 'w 1 2- ,QJ J 1 ' 5 I-3' xi' ,1 I a ,ZZ .--:v E M- J A Z' T W f .6-91.1.51 L 1 LAL 57'-TN"' FW' tv 111, IIN: Lfmfnmau nwammfnl -M... 'XM .4 . 2 fifx 4' 'Wm 1 'Ein 'nm Rx: ,f 'uf 'QQ FACULTY MRS. NONA BOSWELL Eighth Grade MISS DORIS THORNE Eighth Grade MRS. MARGIE TURNER Seventh Grade "Artis long and Time is fleeting " .alan-.....,w AUS -,pn-f I iw' 41" MRS. IRENE DURHAM Sixth Grade MRS. EULA BOYETTE Fifth Grade MRS. IRMA ETHERIDGE Fourth Grade MRS. MARY LANGSTON Third Grade MISS JEAN BAGGETT Second Grade MISS EULA GODWIN First Grade GRADE EIGHT LEFT TO RIGHT: W. Lamm, M. Pittman, S. Brown, R. Crocker, B. H. Jones, S. Finch, K. Bailey, B. Narron. J. Stancil, S. Cockrell, B. N. Cooper, R. Godwin, P. Strickland, C. Bowen, S. Hamilton. J. Edwards, B. Boykin, G. Atkinson, R. Boykin, R. Finch, L. Parrish, E. Narron, L. J. Bailey, Mrs. Boswell. GRADE EIGHT LEFT TO RIGHT: R. Godwin, E. Worley, P. Foster, P. J. Creech, P. Creech, L. Finch. B. Pope, L. Atkinson, R. Jones, V. Boykin, A. G. Lee, B. R. Hocutt, H. Renfrow. Miss Thorne, J. Woodard, R. John- son, I- Raper, O. Atkinson, D. E. Boyette, J. Brinchek. NOT PICTURED: B. Strickland, J. F. Edwards, J. Batten, P. Ryals,J. R. Narron, H. Narron, C. Boykin. GRADE SEVEN LEFT TO RIGHT: N. J. R0se,I Creech, D. Boykin, C. Stancil, M Edwards, V. Radford, D. Creech, F Wellons, F. Bagley. W. Cockrell, B. Renfrow, L. Ricks F. Jones, A. Parrish, D. Ryals, M Godwin, I. Godwin, S. Godwin, A Bass. Mrs. Turner, J- Cooper, I. Batten, B. Hinnant, L. Raines, J. Weaver, R. Cooper, B. Stancil, B. Evans, J. Cockrell. NOT PICTURED: B. L. Creech. 3 I I I I I I I I n I I i I I I u I I CLASS HISTORY As we, the Senior Class of 1956, prepare to depart forever from our beloved high school, we pause a moment to rememberhow much it has meant to us and to look backward over the impressions that we have created on the sands of time since fate first united us as a class. In September, 1952, we entered high school at Glendale and began the long trek toward the first milestone on the road to success--high school graduation. The greater part of our Freshman year was spent getting acquainted with the new and somewhat terrifying mad rush of school life. We immediately elected our class officers, Judy Boykin, Jo Ann Radford, Joan Batten, Edith Brown, and Janice Pope. They, with our home-room teachers, Mrs. Doris Lester and Mrs. Geraldine Carroll, directed us along this strange new road of our freshman year with understanding love and leadership. Four of our classmates, Joan Batten, Judy Boykin. Jo Ann Radford, and Evelyn Jones, during this eventful year formed a popular song quartet and became known as "The Raindrops." They have continued to sing together through- out their four years in high school. We are proud to say that they have earned quite a name for themselves through their performances at many events throughout the state, including appearances on radio and television programs. Most ofus studied very hardg however this unfamiliar realm was not all work. We had several parties in the com- munity club building and spent one glorious afternoon having a wiener roast at Sunset Park in Wilson. At the beginning of our second year when we became Sophomores, our footsteps were imprinted more deeply on the path of life. We began to gain our balance and walk more surely toward our destination. Our class officers were W. J. Johnson, Clovis Boykin, Edith Brown, and Janice Pope. They joined forces with our capable class advisor, Mrs. Geraldine Carroll, to guide us through the following months of trials and errors. We were still not sure of ourselves, but looked upward to our sister class, the seniors, for much help and support. The days seemed filled with classes, assignments, and more classes and more assignments. Our studies became more varied and time seemed to be filled with hard work. Several parties and another wiener roast at Sunset Park in Wilson made up for the hours of concentration spent in serious school work. Walking firmly onward, we started our Junior year under the fine leadership of Mr. William Dixon. We began immediately to work on our fund-raising campaigns for the Junior-Senior Banquet. We solved this problem by sell- ing magazines, having a tobacco tying, sponsoring the Sauline Players, and giving a Junior Class Play. There were still many fields to explore, during this fateful year, which involved some hardships and much plea- sure. We were faithfully guided through all of them by Mr. Dixon and our class officers, Joan Batten, Judy Boykin, Edith Brown, Janice Pope, and Jo Ann Radford. These leaders certainly made the trodding of our many pathways much easier. Amid all the efforts put forth to try to raise money, we often took time to have fun along the way. Our grade- mothers, Mrs. O. B. Batten and Mrs. Elma Godwin, treated us to a Christmas party in the school cafeteria and a wiener roast at Lake Glad in Wendell. We also attended a matinee performance of the Ice Capades of '54 as a re- ward for our efforts in selling magazines. Edith Brown, Joan Batten, Ercell Creech, Martha Bunn, Shorty Stancil, W. J. Johnson, Billy Wall Boyette, Evelyn Jones, Clovis Boykin, and E. V. Hodge comprised.the cast of our Junior play, "Let Me Out of Here." Much credit for the success of the play is also due the other members of the class who supported the cast by performing the nu- merous job necessary for the production of a successful play. On April 15, 1955, at the Cherry Hotel in Wilson, we entertained the members of the class of '55 with the annual Junior-SeniorBanquet. Our theme was "Hitch Your Wagon To A Star." The large dining hall was beautifully decor- ated to carry out the motif of the banquet. A most delicious dinner was served to about one hundred ten guests. The Rhythm Masters of Fremont, Mrs. Jenny Wicker of Kenly, and La Verne Jones and James Vernon Davis of Glendale were guest stars, who added much to the banquet by their memorable entertainment. After three years of plodding ever upward toward our goal, we became awe-inspiring Seniors. Under the patient and understanding leadership of Mrs. Lois P. Bunn, our beloved Senior Advisor, and the assistance given her by our capable class officers, Joan Batten, W. J. Johnson, Esther Parrish, Vira Lamm, Janice Pope, Judy Boykin, and Evelyn Jones, we started on the whirl of activities that Seniors enjoy. To compile the record of our footprints as we imprinted them, Joan Batten was elected editor-in-chief of our yearbook,the GLEN-CEDO. Other members of the annual staff were Judy Boykin, Evelyn Jones, W. J. Johnson, Mar- tha Bunn, Jo Ann Radford, Billy Wall Boyette, Vira Lamm, Clovis Boykin, Edith Brown, Janice Pope, Esther Parrish, Louise Narron, Lida Jean Narron, and Anne Pittman. Nettie Weaver and Glenda Morris also deserve much credit for their attendance at our after-school staff meetings, and for their untiring and ever-ready efforts to help make our yearbook a success. At these meetings after school, we did most of the planning, collecting information and pic- tures, typing and all other work that goes into the production of a good annual. Joan Batten was also elected editor of the GLENDALE ECHO, our school paper, during this eventful year. The other members of the Echo staff were members of the senior typing class. According to senior tradition, we had two Christmas parties, one of which we gave ourselves. The other and big- ger party was given us by our grademothers, Mrs. O. B. Batten, Mrs. Willie Boyette, and Mrs. Joe Johnson. Comic gifts were exchanged, lively games played, lovely gifts presented to our grademothers and Mrs. Bunn, and delicious refreshments devoured by hungry Seniors, as well as by the others. Our Senior Play, "The Darling Brats," was a huge success. This was given on January 26, 1956, in the high school auditorium. The cast included Jo Ann Radford, Joan Batten, Evelyn Jones, Vira Lamm, E. V. Hodge, Anne Pittman, Judy Boykin, Billy Wall Boyette, James Earl Bailey, Clovis Boykin, and Genell Hicks, all of whom proved to be great actors and impressed the audience with their gay interpretation of the play. All other members of the class composed the production staff, whose work made possible the success of the production. Our Senior year was a busy one as we sold everything from Christmas cards, pins, and stationery to home made cakes. We operated a store in our new gym, the profits of which helped swell our senior class funds. We also spon- sored a barbecue supper in the spring in order to raise money for the ever-occurring expenses in a Senior Class and for our Senior trip to New York. This glimpse into our past as we officially record our footprints has shown only a few of the activities we enjoyed together. Only in our hearts can we record our fondest memories and the many other activities not put down in this history of our class. During the four years we have spent in Glendale High School, we have acquired much of the knowledge and un- derstanding which will be our guide on our journey through life. We have achieved the first goal toward which we set forth--we are now ready to probe further into the future. And now the time has come for us to move one step higher upon the road "Toil" as we journey onward toward our ultimate goal in life--the city "Success." We leave behind us our footprints on the sands of time--footprints that,perhaps in future years, students at Glendale High School may gaze upon, and "seeing, shall take heart again." , , Joan Batten AJ" Edith Brown HCTIVITIES 55" we wif MAN ' . 5-1. . lu..- .MWVB-0' THE '56 "GLEN-CEDO" . fy U-ani., "GLEN-CEDO" STAFF JOAN BATTEN Editor MRS. LOIS P. BUNN Advisor LEFT TO RIGHT: L. Narron, C. Godwin, M. Bunn, V. Lamm, B. Atkinson, J. A. Radford E Parrish, E Brown, C. Boykin, J. Boykin, A. Pittman, I. Pope, W. I- Johnson, E. Jones, Mrs. Bunn B W Boyette J Barren. and L. Narron. , 1 "Y'k'V'44Z ,'w'Z3,?M , on-w' - fu' . .., ff' , ,,, , .pi . V, ya ,rw 19, AZ, . BI' 154 ..r, v , ,, nc .un M M 7 ggpf.-y. I '2z4?,,23lf2 '- ffz. 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T ,X 55 .Q Q C 22 gi ' X il 5 ,X , l, 3 . 4 ' 'E 5 ' aff! www 'Y 5 in u 2 'ffb .51ri:T,niMl'5p4', 'B W. . , W j FUTURE FARMERS OF AMERICA 41 , Sf if SENIOR 4-H CLUB "To Make the Best Better". JUNIOR 4 H CLUB fn Q W, , Cn Q A Lv.: 5? '13 Mil it mt .lx N 'K' I If . X, ' A I ' 4 4 I -- "mr Saw gl' .30 Q W. -'-- -,,, A ,WM ' ,rw f V f' 'lgyayfa M! ,k4f?,mg , ' ' Q .MW WW- r Pe 1. K Xffxx y,5Q?A,, ., sw ., ,,,, , I as ,aff . . 9.0 , V.. L. ,',5, y,e:':,, .A L B' ' . H I GIRLS' BASKETBALL LEFT TO RIGHT, FIRST ROW: E. Peacock, F. Pope, L. Jones, P. Weaver, E. Parrish, J. Creech, D. Boy- ette, B. Atkinson, V. Phillips. SECOND ROW: Miss Baggett, Coach, P. Batten, I. A. Radford, B. F. Creech, Co-captain, E. Brown, Co-captaing I. Morgan, E. Jones, I. Batten, Manager. 'zaszrsy L 20 ,ff s BOYS' BASKETBALL LEFT TO RIGHT, FIRST ROW: B. Narron, W. Gay, E. V. Hodge, D. Boyette, G. Boyette, D. Hinnant, E Cockre11,K.Stancil, D. Evans. SECOND ROW: Mr. George Silver, Coachg J. R. Hocutt, B. W. Boyette Co-captain, C. Pope, Co-captaing S. Parrish, R. H. Weaver, F. Johnson, Manager. 44 CHEERLEADERS J LEFT TO RIGHT: Barbara Stancil, Rochelle O'Nea1, Helen Cockrell, Sue Stancil, Rose Hare, and Betty I Lou N arron. I W I Y I i 5 I 3 -iff-A 1 5 1 S P SCIENCE CLUB 1 "To strive, to seek, to find, and not to yield. l Y V w 45 y LUCAMA TRUCK STOP Shell Service PROCTOR'S STORE Better Clothing for Less Lucomo I N.C. Selma N'C' POPE AND POPE Groceries Kenly N.C WHITE TIRE SERVICE Wilson North Carolina Your Friendly Store TALTON DRUG CO. Phone 2721 Kenly North Carolina FELTON 'S AMOCO SERVICE Wilson North Carolina Compliments of THE JEWEL BOX Smithfield N.C. CORBETT MOTOR co. M 8- W CAFE I . Sandwiches Soles - Buick - Service Hot Dogs Ice Creom - Drinks 202 East Green Street Gus 8K Ol' Wilson North Corolino Prop., Carlyle Morris JEFFERSON BARS'-lAY'5 APPLIANCE CO. LADIES SHOP Wilson North Corolino Wilson North Corolino CASH CORNER GROCERY Esso Products Groceries and Fish Phone 245I Kenly, N.C. Red Ballance MOSS BICYCLE SHOP Schwinn and Columbia Dealer Phone 3521 Wilson, N.C. O. W. Hedrick NATIONWIDE INSURANCE CO. All Kinds of Insurance Phone 546l Wendell, N.C. J. DOBBIN BAILEY General Merchant Kenly N.C. SIMMONS CHEVROLET COMPANY See the '56 Chevrolet Phone 24I'l or 4556 Kenly N.C. H. M. GRIZZARD AND COMPANY "We Serve You From the Cradle to the Grave" Kenly North Carolina NEIGHBOR'S MOTOR COMPANY Authorized Ford Dealers Sales - Service Kenly North Carol ina 'CORNER GRILL! I KENLY FROZEN FOODS LOCKER Highway 222 KSHIY N.C. Slaughter and Processing KENLY SHOPPING CENTER Phone 4376 phone 2901 Kenly North Carolina Kenly A ,, N.C. BELK-TYLERS'S g'Wils0n's Shopping Centern "As You Go from School Life into Life School" LUNCH BOX Phone 338i Lucomci North Carolina DAVIS 81 KNIGHT GARAGE Body and Point Shop Phone 7-0674 lO6 Jones St. Wilson, N.C. . THE FASHION SHOP Compliments of "Smart Apparel for Women and Children" Smithfield N.C. SELMA DRUG COMPANY KlRBY'S FLORIST Flowers for all Occasions "Flowers by Wire" Selma North Carolina Phone 275i Kenly North Carolina Best Wishes Compliments from of GRAN TH AM'S SMITHFIELD Boys' 8. Young Men's Shop TOBACCO MARKET Smithfield N.C. by all the Warehouses C0mPlimen5S Of PLANTERS FARMERS WALLACE cow LEAF RIVERSIDE J- E- GREGORY 3- C0- Smithfield North Carolina C0mPUme'IfS Of MIDDLESEX FURNITURE COMPANY CORBETT'S FLOWER SHOP Diol 273-l Middlesex North Carolina Selma North Cclrolino GoDwIN's SHOPPING CENTER J :'0T'1RPY us Ice o eoce Hi9l'W"Y 222 D D WILDER Middlesex, NorthCorolino Route l Phone 3733 Remy, N.c:. Zebulon N-C' Sell Your Tobacco in Wendell CHURCHWEI-L,S INC At ' ' 41 LIBERTY WAREHOUSE 42 -lEwEl-ERS Telephone 3081 Wllson North Carolina Wendell N.C. No Water No Pay Billy Flowers, Owner 8. Operator MASTER WELL COMPANY Deep Well Drilling Cluyton North Carolina BARHAM'S TEXACO SERVICE Wendell North Carolina ARNOLD GROCERY Phone 206I Wendell North Carolina A. T. Barnes' GROCERY STORE Archer's Lodge BRITT'S GROCERY We Appreciate Your Patronage Meats, Groceries, 8. Vegetables Wendell North Carolina ETHERIDGE COAL 81 OIL COMPANY Phone 228I Kenly North Carolina x KENLY PRINTING CO. Joe A. Whitley 8. Sons Printing - Binding - Office Supplies Phone 356-I or 326-I Kenly North Carolina , H ,vi I , LEE FOOD STORES "A Bag Full For Less" Groceries, Meats, Produce Kenly North Carolina WHITLEY FURNITURE CO., Inc. Furniture Funeral Directors 81 Embalmers Zebulon North Carolina KENLY LIVESTOCK MARKET Daily Buyers of Hogs, Cows, 8. Chickens W. L. Kinsey, Owner Phone 325-I Kenly North Carolina DAVIS FEED MILL Purina Chows Custom Grinding 8. Mixing ' Phone 4236 Kenly North Carolina MOSS 8. COMPANY "Men and Boys' Department" "Treat People Right" Wilson North Carolina NATIONAL BANK OF WILSON Wilson, North Carolina Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation ROSE DRY CLEANERS f-s 1,7- Phone 2356 Kenly North Carolina L. C. WILKINSON AND SONS Rough and Dressed Lumber All Kinds Of Building Material Dupont and Gleem Paints Plumbing and Plumbing Supplies Kenly North Carolina KENLY DRUG COMPANY "The First Thought in Drugs" Two Registered Druggists Kenly North Carolina RAINES AUTO SUPPLY COMPANY Esso Products Auto Parts and Accessories Phone, 2266 Kenly North Carolina ONVIS NARRON'S Garage 8. Groceries on Highway I2 Phone 2546 PHILLIPS BARBER SHOP Kenly North Carolina PHILIP MASSEY F. C. X. Distributor Phone 4141 Zebulon North Carol ina ROBBINS JEWELRY AND I I MUSIC COMPANY Wilson North Carolina ' 4 FAMILY BARBER SHOP Wendell North Carolina NARRON GIN COMPANY Route 2 Kenly North Carolina Compliments Of BRANCH BANKING AND TRUST COMPANY "The Safe Executorn Member of the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation Selma North Carolina PHIL-ETT OIL CO. Esso Dealer in Tires, Batteries, Gas, Motor Oil Car Washing 8. Lubrication Diesel Fuel 81 Tractor Gas Kerosene St Fuel Oil For Home Heating St Tobacco Curing Ticket Printing on Delivery Trucks Zebulan Motor Co. Dial 9491 or 5172 Congratulations Class of'56 STARLINGS Smithfield N.C. Lillie 81 Melvin Starling Classes of '28 8: '29 JOSTEN'S Fine Class Rings Announcements Yearbooks - Awards Owatonna Minnesota HEAVNER-WALLACE CITY SEAFOOD IMPLEMENT CO. Dress 8. Deliver Allis-Chalmers New Idea Farm Machinery Smithfield N.C. Smithfield N.C. Compliments of zEBui.oN SUPPLY co. SELMA DRUG CO, Wholesale Grocers Selma North Carolina Zebulon North Carolina HOLLAND'S GERALD'S GRILL Feed - Marker - Groceries Sandwiches - Short Orders Soft Drinks - Shakes "When Hungry, Call Us" "Y'all Comev Middlesex North Carolina SmIII'IIeId N'C' R. S. Atkinson Jesse S. Jolliff R. S. ATKINSON AGENCY Complete Insurance Coverage 8. Real Estate Life - Fire - Auto Public Liability - Workmen Compensation Hospitalization - Accident 8. Health We gladly service your present insurance Phone 3531 JOHNSTON COUNTY FURNITURE ASSOCIATION Miller-Holland Fumiture Co., Benson, N.C. Rose Furniture Co., Benson, N.C. Barnes Fumiture Co., Four Oaks, N.C. Selma Furniture Co., Selma, N.C. Economy Furniture Co., Selma, N.C. Dunn Furniture Co., Selma, N. C. Jones Brothers Fumiture Co., Kenly, N.C. Home Fumiture 8. Appliance Co., Selma, N.C. G. S. Tucker 8. Co., Smithfield, N.C. Denning Furniture Co., Smithfield, N.C. Talton, Inc., Smithfield, N.C. Pine Level Hardware Co., Pine Level, N.C. Jones Brothers, Pine Level, N.C. Johnston Furniture 8. Appliance Co., Benson, N.C. In Wilson It's WATSON HARDWARE AND OIL CO. MOTHER 8. DAUGHTER Philco Television and Radio F ashi on s Esso Distributors IOI-I05 East Nash Street Phone 222i Kenly North Carolina Compliments of JORDAN'S JEWELERS Established 1898 R. M. PATAE dGROCERY n FISH MARKET Smithfield N.C. Micro North Carolina GRACE'S BEAUTY SALON Phone 415-0 Post Office Box I24 Micro North Carolina DORMAN'S B. E. Dorman, Prop. Shoes For The Entire Family Hosiery and Furnishings SMITHFIELD NEW CAR DEALERS WILSON CHEVROLET CO. BUIE MOTORS, INC. GARDNER MOTOR CO, PIPPIN MOTORS, INC. STANLEY MOTORS, INC. B. R. wiLsON, INC. WILLIAMS MOTOR CO. LITTLE'S PONTIAC, INC. Smithfield N.C. Pure Breed Champion Blood Line ALBERT I-EE OII- C0- 'II General Merchant Breeder of Oil BUFHCI' Black Poland China Hogs Phone 4I6-8 I . . Route 2 Ken Y' N C Route 2 Kenly, North Carolina LEDER BROTHERS Department Stores "Wear With Pride" Smithfield North Carolina HUGH AUSTIN Men and Boys' Shop "A Trial ls All We Ask" Smithfield - --.-vw..-:neee-:rm ni- A. C. PERRY 8- CO. CORBETT'S GROCERY Westinghouse Appliances T'V' Sales 81 Service Soles Si Service ' Phone 5091 Mhddl Phone 3721 N h C I. Zebulon Nic. I esex ort oro mo GRADY'S AMOCO STATION W. L. SNIPES S1 SON Candies, Gas, Smokes, and Oil Groceries 8' Seafoods Drinks Self-Service Y Route Ai Micro North Carolina Selma North Carolina Compliments of PERCY FLOWERS Clayton, North Carolina NEW PLANTERS WAREHOUSE iff' iff? The Best in Sales and Service On The World's Greatest Tobacco Market Wilson North Carol ina Congratulations JUNIOR WOODARD To . Senior Class Groceries souTHERN DAIRIES T GH 'mf' Oi' Route l Middlesex Wilson North Carolina LANGLEY'S JEWELERS BROWN'S PLACE "Glamorous Diamonds" Elgin and Bulova Watches H07 D095 H0mbU"9e'5 We Feature the Langley Watch HA Place For Young People, "The Best Watch At The Lowest Price" Phone 2384 Selma N.C. Selma l' W. W. FURNITURE 8. Shefldnd 5heePd09S Purulreets APPLIANCE CO. Toy Collies Cages 8. Supplies F r .1 Bic de ROYAL ACE KENNELS AND U m we - Y S AVIARIES Outboard Motors - Boat Trailers Mr. 8x Mrs. A. R. Strickland Phone Zebulon 5738 Phone 2789 Route l Middlesex, N.C. 230 S. Tarboro St. Wilson, N.C. WENDEI-L DRUG C0- BLUE FLAME GAS co. We Fill Any Doctor's Prescriptions Stoves , wafer Heaters Your Patronage ls Appreciated Space Healers w d II N.c. Dio' - 239i en e Kenly North Carolina STAR WAREHOUSE For The Sale Ofleaf Tobacco Wendell, N. C. f 1. MIDDLESEX DRY CLEANERS .lo Phone 3729 Middlesex, North Carolina Compliments Of PICKWICK POOL ROOM George Mc Fadyen Smithfield N.C. W. T. BOYETTE'S STORE General Merchandise Gas and Oil Route 2 Kenly N.C. POOLE BROTHERS Well Drilling and Well Boring Phone 2851 Wendell, N.C. Phone 3-4275 Raleigh, N.C. PARKER'S BAR-B-Q Steak, Chicken Bar-B-Q, Oysters Dial - 70926 Highway 30I Wilson, N.C. BILL'S WATCH SHOP Guaranteed Watch Repair Kenly North Carolina SELMA RADIO 8. MUSIC CO. Maytag and Westinghouse Appliances Sylvania Television "We Service Everything We Sell" Norman Creech, Owner Dial 229i Selma, N.C. l I LUCAMA-KENLY BANK Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation RAPER'S GROCERY Feed, Accessories Service Station I "S , Route 2 Kenly N.C SOUTHERN HARDWARE Hardware, Paint, and Glass 209 S. Goldsboro Street Wilson North Carolina Compliments of EVELYN'S BEAUTY SALON Merle Norman Cosmetic Studio Phone 47-'l6 Route 3 Kenly, N.C. Congratulations, Seniors f ZEBULON DRY CLEANERS Worth Hinton Zebulon North Carolina Compliments Of PARENT-TEACHERS ASSOCIATION Glendale High School mann 0075 l SIGHT Ls. mmsronrmou smu 1 l l l , l l ' --Q 'K 'fi .ff it-61.5. es?-11 ' 'Q A-1 fx n A . 1 WHITLEY SPECIALTY COMPANY if "t 1 Y i L t v W, z " ' Im' ,Vi ' if School Supplies by . A 372 " Qi' 'K Q ' M gy 1 , K -n A Candy 81 Gum ., - .' 'T , Q . 'i C Henry Whitley, Owner G. S. TUCKER Smithfield North Carolina Wilson North Carolina HEILIG-MEYERS Congratulations, Seniors! Wilson North Carolina FLETCHER FUTRELL Compliments of CRAWFORD CREDIT JEWELERS Kenly, North Carolina ovvvvvvov Qggpvvwv0.....-'ovvo.0.'-..,,,,. ,.,,,,,,,.. ...svnvg v 0'O'9.0'O.o.O.0.O.0.95.b ' ' ' ' ' 'o'0'0 0 0 0 0 ' ' 'Q 0 80 0 0 ' '0'0'0 o 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0'0' ' ' ' ' 0 0 0'0' ' ' -'s gztzifb'0.5.0.0.005.55.529t0tOt9t9:9t94'4'0.a.0'OfO?O:9t94.a.o'0.0fOf9:.4.0.o.o?0,O?0:.:5:0:9?O?0f0':'t5:':0:Ot0fofgfx':':9:::::0Q 0 0' v 9 ' 9-2 :liz -"' 215: 9 Q Q O 9:0 'ao' X 0 0.1 F 9 u:0.q I Q ' . I Q .o:0, .O ls 0 . Q.. 0704 gg. sf:-: 5996 r'0'0 ' 9 v'0'0 eg ' r'o'e QQ- tgp . -, 'T n Fi X ' .2020 Q f D 0 0 0.09 fl- :0.5. 9000A 0 3 , 05 'rs . Q 0 9 1 1 0 0 - g 0 X 'Ja' as X 4.0.1 -.004 . Q.: X ...J A 5 . Q '-tr c-:- 0 O Q ' 30.0 , Pune State Creamery 45: 7"' R I ' In ff' ,-z v e I 9 we I - 0 0.4 .0 O",' 0'.5.f 60' 0 0 v"'- 0100090 O 0 0.000 9- uv' 4' I .0 .0 0. .0 9.0.0 . .0 0 0 .5509 Q , 0 0.0 0 0.0 0 0 0 0 o 0.0.0 0 0 9 g 4 Q 0, , . 9m0f0'.5.0.0'o'0'.'.0,0.0?0'm5,0,0,ofo.0.02ofofofo,o.0.0.0.0.f.f,fg.9f0:0.02020'0202020:0f0:0:0:0:0.o.o:gf,f,f,f,:,f.f,tgfozofp' 0 V . ..,. 0 0:0:03V0:0:0'W ' 5' 0 O .0.0 -0 0.o.v ' o 0 0,0 0 . 3. 0.0 .0.o 0 0. 0.0 0 0 o. , :'0' Compliments of EASON'S JEWELRY ROSE'S DIME STORE PERMANENT WAVE BEAUTY SHOP FARMER'S HARDWARE DANIELS' OPEN AIR MARKET SULLIVAN'S JEWELRY ALEX ZIADY JORDAN AND HOTT E. G. CAMPBELL SELMA OPEN AIR MARKET ALBERT EDWARDS DANCE'S OF SMITHFIELD GLENN DAVIS JOHNNY COCKRELL . SAM CHANDLER EARL WINBOURNE LACY CASTLEBERRY G. R. BALLANCE PANSY RENFROW DORIS AYCOCK TOM PATE LEWIS FURNITURE HODGE GROCERY HYMAN KATZ WENDELL BARBER SHOP ARTHUR WATSON RICHARDSON'S JEWELRY MARSHBORN'S GROCERY D. F. FISH AND OYSTER CO. LONNIE LEWIS MEDLIN'S STORE, PEOPLE'S BANK STEVENSON'S SUPER MARKET is ,,,,4- --nf' ,K DA 31 1- I I , J 1 fy .xc , 1 5 cvs y'4 3 F 2 4 ' I . ' -' ' 'f . ' . . J f ' ' M ff 1 , , . f an , a , 'H , q 1 i A A .,- , iw' ' H 1 V MQl . z Wag M, , Qi' a .L Ula. G v' ex' .f uf.. -cfxr . , N ' V I . . .,, ,. ..+q,, 'f r vw 3' 3 4 ,-. V 1 ,..Q' Q '5'a. a new ,,, muh new SJ . 4 g .. 5 , 1 r H K Env :M , gf, 4. . ,A-T1 --vm 1-vf. 4 4 f . 4 ' . . f, , - 'c A' I., E PRINTS we LEFT BEHIND! 3 -'--- . fn z W1 -,Q .. .1 M "KN Cfg N X f 15" 5 , - , , fix? ' Y X an vu ,A , 31, , I lj f ,Y ,Q w B2 3m,'gQ 5' 4 K I W .- ar rug? f 65 it..- ami . I H 5 ,i.,.,,,., I 2 pas: The end of our yearbook road, with a pause on the wayside. . JUST FOR YOU! It's been a struggle, this book---we've "perambulated" from the faculty through the classes to the words of our advertisers, and at times it looked like the Glen-Cedo edition might tread us underfoot, but We finally made it. Aword of thanks goes to our photographers, our publishers, our advertisers and patrons who helped made the book possibleg most of all we appreciate the help of our advisor, the cooperation of the staff and the people for whom the book is published. Here is your yearbook. Consider it a tracing of your own personal steps and those ofyour friends along the paths of Glendale in the year 1955-56. The 1956 Glen-Cedo is in your hands. We hope that you enjoy it as much as we have en- joyed making it possible for you. We can think of no better way to end our book than with a quotation from Longfellovv's "Psalm of Life," which we have used as our theme: "Footprints, that perhaps another, Sailing o'c-r lifv's solemn main, A forlorn anfl shipwrfrcilfrzfl brother, Seeing, SllilllljllfffllffFl.I'l.?1g51ll'l."' THE STAFF ' 66 ,, AUTOGRAPHS AUTOGRAPHS F8 4 , 4' L- L "' us.. 3271. 'Www A V. ...W M -w.. , Q. ,,, - Q w N -. "' -rn . Y mu . us. ----. M.. ,... N -. , X ,, A.. 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