Glenwood High School - Nushka Yearbook (Glenwood, NC)

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lie Sat cor tile t956 MgDovmII County Public Library 90 West Court Street Marion. NC 28752 Every Senior looks back with affection to at least one teacher who inspired him most during his years of school life. We, as Seniors, look back to the year of 1943, when Mrs. Edna Hemphill guided most of us in the first grade. Today she remains as thoughtful, kind, tender-hearted, loving, and enthusiastic as she was twelve years ago. To us she is the ideal teacher who whole-heartedly believes that " to teach is to love. " Words cannot express our gratitude and love to her as we, the Class of 1956, proudly dedicate our yearbook, the Glenwood Nushka. MR. MELVIN H. TAYLOR MISS MAE RAMSEY Superintendent Supervisor MR. M.R. NANNEY Chairman MRS. ERNESTINE LA UGH RIDGE MR. T.A. HILTON MR. DOYLE GOFORTH MR. HORACE CRAWLEY To the Students of Glenwood; Dear toys and Girls: For thirty-one years I have watched Commencements come and go; for thirty -one years I have wondered at each Commencement how much more that my faculty and I could have done to cause boys and girls to realize the true value of education. As another school year draws to a close, It is my sincere hope that every boy and girl who has participated in the experiences at Glenwood this year has derived maximum benefit for having been a Glenwood student. To the Seniors I say, " Farewell, and God bless you; " to the lower classmen, " Let us return to Glenwood next fall with a stronger determination than ever before to make the most of the wonderful opportunity to get an education. " Sincerely, Frank W. Howell MRS. BONNIE PARKER, A.B. Carson -Newman College English, French, Mathematics MISS RACHEL HUNT, A.B. Lenoir Rhyne College Public School Music, English ZEYLAND G. McKINNEY, B. S. , M. A. Wake Forest College Appalachian State Teachers ' College Social Science ROBERT GOODSON, B. S. Berea College Vocational Agriculture MRS. DORA B. HOWELL, B. S. East Tennessee State College University of North Carolina English, Library Science WARREN A. ELLIS, B. S. Lees McRae College, East Tennessee State College Science PAUL EDWIN FLACK, A.B., M.A. Lenoir Rhyne College University of North Carolina Physical Education, Social Studies MRS. MABEL TATE BRADSHER, B. E. Woman ' s College University of North Carolina Home Economics, French, Mathematics MRS. MARGARET B. NORRIS, B.S. Montreat College Appalachian State Teachers ' College Commercial, Social Studies WILLIAM CRAWFORD LYNCH, A. B. , THM. Wake Forest College Southern Baptist Seminary Mathematics FRANKLIN HOLLAND President MARY JO WALKER Secretary FERMAN BUCHNER Vice President ' Climb Though the Rocks Be Rugged " Maroon and Gold Ivy Ccu4 ' Poem Once ,we started on our journey Down the years with great good cheer; Toiling onward, ever upward ' Til we have reached this final year. Most of us have been together; Have weathered gales and stormy sky; Now the time is drawing closer To leave you ever, Glenwood High. As green freshmen, how we chattered And thought the world was our plum; More classmates and teachers joined our ranks; Whom we gained much knowledge from. Another year passed swiftly by To make us sophomores so wise; Time too was swift, and in the passing, We labored hard that we might rise. Our junior year was gay and carefree, For we were welded as one mind; Pupils and teachers all together Played and worked; left time behind. Now comes our senior year of parting No more we ' ll roam these sacred halls; But memories will always linger After we ' ve left these sheltering walls. Dear old school, you ' ve kept your promises You made to us in days gone by; You helped us study and be ready; Good-bye, God bless you, Glenwood High. Eunice Haynes Class Poet Marilyn Jane Baldwin, Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Thurman Baldwin. Harold Dean Lawing, Son of Mr. and Mrs. James Lawing. IT V r O TROY LEE BAKER 4-H Club 1,2,3; FFA 2,3,4. DAVY HOYLE BLANKENSHIP FFA 1, 2, 3; Bible Club 1. BETTY JEAN BLEDSOE Home Economics 1,2; Safety Patrol 2,3; Bible Club 4; Senior Superlative 4. MARIE BOWMAN Future Teachers ' Club 1, 2; Glee Club 1,2,3; Cheerleader 4; Junior Play 3; Dramatic Club 3; 4-H Club 1,2,3; Home Economics 1,2; Folk Dancing 1,2; Hobby Club 1; Office Practice 4; Baton Club 1. mi FERMAN BUCKNER FFA 1, 2, Vice President 3; Student Council 2,3,4, Vice President 4; History Club President 4; Key Club President 4; Beta Club 4; President of Junior Class 3; Vice President of Senior Class; Library Club 4. JOSEPHINE CABLE Beta Club 3,4; Bus Driver 4; Spot- light Staff 4; Superlative 4; Basket- ball 2,3,4; Softball 1,2; Glee Club 1,4; Home Economics 1; Folk Dancing 2; Monogram Club 4; Safety Patrol 2; Office Practice 4. DONALD CANNON Basketball 2,3,4; FFA 2,3,4; Bus Driver 3; 4-H 1,2; Monogram Club 4; Library Club 4; Baseball 1,2,4. JERRY WAYNE CHATHAM Transferred from Rutherford - Spin- dale Central High School. FFA 1, 2,3,4. ROSALIE COX Art Club 1; Hobby Club 1; Safety Patrol 1, Secretary 4; Home Eco- nomics 1,2; Student Council 1.2,3, 4; Glee Club 1,2,3,4; FTA Club 3,4; Beta Club 3,4, Treasurer 4; Dra- matics 3; Junior Play 3; Creative Writing 3; Co-Editor Spotlight 3, Co -Art Editor Spotlight 4, Feature Writing Spotlight 4; Art Editor Nushka . 4; Library Club 4; Senior 4-H Club f , 1; Superlative 4; Folk Dancing 1,2. GAIL ANN ELLIOTT Class President 1; Dramatics 1,2,3; Home Economics 1,2; 4-H 1,2,3,4, Reporter 4; Glee Club 1,2,3,4; Hobby Club 2; Future Teachers ' Club 4; Folk Dancing 1,2; Annual Staff 4; Class Program Chairman 2; Navy Band Usherette 3; Baton Club 1; Handicraft Club 3. PEGGY EPLEE Basketball 1,2,3,4; Softball 1,2; Student Council 3,4; History Club 4; Folk Dancing 2; Bus Driver 4; Monogram Club 4; Dramatics 3; Chief Marshal 3; Vice President Junior Class; Home Economics 1,2; Beta Club 3,4; Annual Staff 4; WOW American History Award. NORA ESTES 4-H 1,2; Home Economics 1,4; Art Club 1; Glee Club 1,2,3,4. Vice President 4; Folk Dancing 1, 2; Beta Club 4; Hobby Club 1; Handicraft Club 3,4, Vice President 4; Library Science 2,3,4; Spotlight Staff 4; Superlative 4. ZORA ESTES Glee Club 1,2,3,4; FTA 3,4; Vice President Library Club 4; Monogram Club 4; 4-H Club 1,2; Beta Club 4; Cheerleading 2,3,4; Safety Patrol 1, 2,3,4; Dramatics 3; Spotlight Staff 4; Usherette 3. MILDRED GOFORTH ' (V - U Hobby Club 1; Bible Club 4; Library Club 4; Safety Patrol 1. MILDRED HALL Glee Club 1,2,3,4; FTA 3,4; Library Club Club 1,4; Monogram Club 4; 4-H Club 1,2,3,4, President 4; Cheer- leading 2,4; Safety Patrol 2; Dramatics 3; Spotlight Staff 4; Usherette 3. EUNICE HAYNES Glee Club 1,2,3,4; Library Club 1, 2,4; 4-H Club 1; World Peace Speaking Contest 2, 3; Safety Patrol 2; DAR History Award 2; Speech and Writing 3; Beta Club 3,4, President 4; Editor Spotlight Staff 4; Junior Marshal; History Club 4; Miss Hi Miss MARGIE JANELLE HEMPHILL Glee Club 1,2,3,4, Treasurer 4; 4-H Club 1,3; Safety Patrol 1,2; Dramat- ics 3; World Peace Speech 3; Bible Club 4; Co -Editor Nushka 4; Spot- light Staff 3,4; Beta Club 3,4, Vice President 4; Library Club 1,2,3,4; Junior Play. FRANKLIN HOLLAND Dramatics Club 3; Beta Club 3,4; Glee Club 1,2,4; Basketball 3; Presi- dent of Senior Class; Spotlight Staff 4; Monogram Club 4; Student Coun- cil 3,4. B Q l ' Iv RGARET IRENE KAY LOR CA Beta Club 3,4; 4-H Club 3,4; Home Economics 1,2; Glee Club 1,2,3; r Hobby Club 1; Dramatics Club 3; Junior Play 3; Usherette 3; FTA 4; Folk Dancing Club 1,2; Usherette for Navy Band 3; Safety Patrol 4; Super- lative 4; Glee Club Operetta 1,2. MILLARD KISER Bus Driver 2,3,4; FFA 2,3,4; Mono- gram 4; Basketball 2,3,4. 4 SARAH ALMA LAWING Home Economics 1,2; Glee Club 1, 2,3,4, Secretary 4; Class Officer 2; Softball 1,2; Practice Typing 3; Handicraft 4; Superlative 4; Beta Club 4; Library Club 4. HAZEL MASHBURN Hobby Club 1 ; 4-H Club 1; Handi- craft Club 3; Practice Typing 3; Library Club 4; Bible Club 4; Home Economics 1,2. MAE MORGAN Home Economics 1,2; Folk Dancing 1,2; Glee Club 1,2,4; Softball 3,4; Basketball 3,4; History Medal 3; Beta Club 3,4; Monogram Club 4; Future Nurses 4; Spotlight 4; Dra- matics Club 3; Safety Patrol 1; Office Practice 4; Library Club 1,2. MARGARET PACE Glee Club 2,3,4; Home Economics 1,2; Softball 1,2; library Club 4; Safety Patrol 1,2,3; 4-H 1,2,3; Beta Club 4; Superlative 4. 16 c iS 7 MILDRED ELOISE PARKER Glee Club 1,2,3; Dramatics 3; 4-H 2,3,4; FT A 3,4; Safety Patrol 4; Junior Play 3; Hobby Club 1; Super- lative 4; Home Economics 1,2; Usherette 3; Glee Club Operetta 1, 2. JACK PARKER 4-H 1; FFA 1,2,3,4; Safety Patrol 4; Bus Driver 4; Superlative 4. ARRENA ANN POTEAT W - Basketball 3,4; Glee Club 1,2; 4r Library Club 1,2; Folk Dancing 1,2; Dramatics 3; Junior Play; Home Economics 1,2; Superlative 4; Softball 1,2; Monogram 4; Beta Club 3,4; Future Nurses 4; Basket- ball Manager 2; Harvest Queen 4; Annual Staff 4; 4-H Club 1, 2. OLEN DEAN POTEAT Bus Driver 2,3; FFA 2,3,4; Mono- gram Club 4; Basketball 2,3; Base- ball 2,3,4; Science Club 1. WAYNE POTEAT Dramatics 3; Junior Play 3; Glee Club 1,2; Bus Driver 3. CHARLENE REEL Softball 1,2; Glee Club 1,2; FT A 4; Folk Dance 2; 4-H 1,2; Home Economics 1,2; Dramatics 3; Basket- ball Manager 3. f?1 ft BILLY GENE REEL FFA 1,2,4; Basketball 2,3,4; Dra- matics Club 3; Monogram Club 4; Bus Driver 3,4. WILMA JEAN RAY Home Economics 1,2; Glee Club 1, 2,3,4; 4-H 1,2; Class Officer 1,2; Softball 1,2; Hobby Club 1; Practice Typing 3; Book Club .President 3; Handicraft President 4; Spotlight Staff 4; Co-Editor Nushka 4; Super- lative 4; Beta Club 4; Library Club 4. JACK SILVER FFA 1,2; Basketball 2,3,4; Mono- gram 4; Sports Editor of Nushka 4; Key Club Treasurer 4; Bus Driver 3,4, JERRY SILVER FFA 1,2; Basketball 2,3,4; 4-H 1, 2,3; Dramatics Club 3; Junior Play 3; Monogram 4; Advertising Manag- er Nushka 4; Bus Driver 3,4. JOSEPH TAYLOR Marion High School 1; FFA 2,3,4, Secretary 3, President 4; Bus Driver 3,4; Annual Staff 4; Superlative 4; Key Club Secretary 4; Spotlight Staff 4; Basketball Manager 2,3,4; Beta Club 3,4, Office 4; Delegate to N. C. State Forestry Camp and Boys ' State 3,4; Safety Patrol 2; All-Round SHIRLEr TAYLOR Glee Club 1, 2, 3; Home Economics 1,2; FTA 3,4; Library Club 3,4; Safety Patrol 2; Dramatics Club 3. fan . J 1 ' BILLY GENE THOMAS |jV Glee Club 1; FFA 2,3; 4-H 1; History Club 4; Key Club - Trustee 4; Library Club 4. DOROTHY VAUGHN Home Economics 1,2; Glee Club 1, 2; Safety Patrol 1,2; Hobby Club 1; Handicraft 3; Beta Club 3,4, Secre- tary 4; FTA 3,4; Superlative 4; Good Citizen of GHS 4; 4-H 1,2; Hobby Club 1. MARY JO WALKER Basketball 1,2,3,4; Softball 1,2; Glee Club 1, President 2; Class Secretary -Treasurer 3,4; Mono- gram Club - President 4; FNA - President 4; Dramatics 3; Home Economics 1,2; Folk Dancing 2; Beta Club 3,4; Spotlight Staff 4; Marshal 3; Junior Play 3; Library Club 1; Superlative 4. DONALD WESTMORELAND ' FFA 1,2; Basketball 3,4; Baseball 2; Bus Driver 4; 4-H 1,2,3; Dramatics 3; Vice President - Monogram Club 4; Key Club 4. MAXINE WESTMORELAND Basketball 1,2,3,4; Softball 1,2, Captain 2; Folk Dancing 2; Safety Patrol 1; Monogram Club 4; Dra- matics 3; Junior Play 3; 4-H 1,2; Glee Club 1,2; Home Economics 1,2; Beta Club 4; Superlative 4. ROBERT WILLIS FFA 1,2; Basketball 3,4; 4-H 1,2; Dramatics 3; Monogram Club 4; Newspaper Staff 4; Key Club - Trustee 4; Superlative 4; Library (?ta44 tetany The history of the Class of 1956 has followed the same pattern of progress as the many classes that have preceded it; yet its history is unique as far as each member is concerned. We have had experiences by the score - some sad, some happy - but, all in all, they have been memorable ones. How well we all remember our first day at Glenwood, when Mrs. Edna Hemphill and Miss Essie Hemphill took us under their hovering wings! That year was the one in which we learned that school truly is the only place for children, and how we loved every day of it! The next six years went swiftly by; each year a new teacher; each year new les- sons and experiences. How well we remember working together in programs for assem- bly, Halloween, Christmas and Commencement! How we worked together to make our rooms attractive, our school grounds beautiful, and our school a better one! In September 1953, eighth grade students from Sugar Hill and Dysartsville joined our group to comprise the present Class of 1956. This was an eventful year made up of many experiences helping the three groups to become one harmonious class. Then came our Freshman year. At last we were really in high school! This was a consoling thought, yet a frightening one. No longer were we safe and secure in one classroom with one kind, sympathetic teacher. Now we were divided into many clas- ses, and strange faces of teachers were before us. However, the year passed swiftly; adjustments were made without too many " fatalities, " and we were ready for our Sophomore year. This year the subjects were a little harder, but we soon settled down to the grind of biology, algebra, and world history. There was one special joy in this year, how- ever. We were in new classrooms, and were enjoying a long -hoped -for gymnasium. It was this year that both the Sophomore boys ' and the girls " teams won the intramural basketball tournament. Our Junior year was an eventful one, the highlights of which were the Dramatic Club ' s plays - " The Gown of Glory " and " Father Knows Best " - in which many of our class participated. The Junior-Senior Banquet, held in a setting of " Maytime Magic, " will long be remembered. Now the Senior year is well on its way. Arrena Poteat and Billy Thomas began the notable year by being crowned King and Queen of the Harvest Festival. The Christmas Party, held at the Community Building, will always be a bright spot in our memories. Caps and gowns, invitations, and diplomas have been ordered for that " final perform- ance. " Yet, there are still thrilling experiences to which we look forward. Perhaps the most hoped for is the trip to Washington and New York, for which we have worked so hard to make a reality. It will be the first long journey many of us have ever made and also the first " train ride " for many. It will be a fulfillment of our dreams to see such places as the White House, Washington ' s Monument, Mount Vernon, the Statue of Lib- erty, and the United Nations Building. Then, too, there will be the Junior-Senior Ban- quet with its setting of picturesque memories; and finally, graduation - the end of our sojourn at Glenwood and the beginning of a new life for which we have been preparing these past twelve years. Peggy Eplee, Historian The night shines in glory in this month of June As I stroll care -free ' neath the mystic moon. The vapors drop slowly, ray upon ray, And ignite the darkness ' till it ' s bright as day. But lo, what causes this new stir of the air? Why, it ' s my old classmates; they ' re visible there! Yet one shines more brightly than all of the rest; She was my close friend, the one I liked best. She climbs up the hill to the spot where I stand; She, could be none other than Marie Bowman! We settle together upon the soft, dewy grass, And our talk centers chiefly on the Fifty -Six Class. The rings she wears so proudly upon her left hand Were bought by her husband, Donald Westmoreland. Seems I know nothing of things that have passed; These things she tells me briefly, plainly, and fast: " Troy Lee Baker is a farmer down Dysartville way; His good work in F.F. A. for him sure did pay. Betty Bledsoe, Mildred Goforth at home still lurk; Mary Jo Walker, Peggy Eplee work for the CBS Network. Arrena Poteat is a nurse; Joe Taylor a forester. Irene Kaylor sings in Hoyle Blankenship ' s orchestra. Gail Elliott is a model in the chain store, Stratswell, Where Jack Silver, acting manager, does his job well. Billy Thomas got married, which didn ' t surprise us; He and Jerry Chatham now drive a Greyhound bus. Shirley Taylor, Olen Poteat, those car driving lads. Are comedians in Atlanta; around them no one is sad. Several of our classmates chose marital bliss -- Dorothy Vaughn, Eloise Parker were two who chose this. Ferman Buckner, Robert Willis became great men of war; Been in fifteen years, just privates so far! Eunice Haynes Zora Estes those two tiny lasses, Work in Mildred Hall ' s restaurant in sunny Tallahassee; Margie Hemphill, Jerry Silvers were married in Gastonia. They are now blessed with twins, Annette and Antonia. Nora Estes married James Womack one fine June day; They work in a candy factory owned by Wilma Ray. Hazel Mashburn is clerking in Blanton ' s Hardware store; Donald Cannon, Franklin Holland coach basketball at Crossnore. Maxine Westmoreland, so kind, so pretty and neat, Is secretary to Marion ' s new mayor, Wayne Poteat. Millard Kiser and Jack Parker are stars on TV; They are the key men on the Lone Ranger ' s Posse. Charlene and Billy Reel went a long way -- They clean the theatre after each Broadway play. Lula Morgan, Alma Lawing were married in May Josephine Cable, Margaret Pace moved to Canada next day. " Then with a nod of her head and uttering a sigh, Marie slowly and sadly bade me goodby. And left me a lonely old -maid poet; In love with a hero, but he doesn ' t know it. Rosalie Cox, Class Prophet J.eut TOM and ' JeAtameMt We, the Senior Class of 1956, being about to depart, do make this our last Will and Testament. Article I To our parents, we leave our deepest appreciation for all the sacrifices they have made for us. Article II To the faculty and Mr. Howell, we leave our sincere affection for all their helpful instructions. Article III We, Joe Taylor and Jack Parker, leave to Olen Smalley and Walter Guffey our love for Agriculture. We, Arrena Poteat, Charlene Reel, and Peggy Eplee, leave our ability to receive nicknames to Barbara Ross and Kathyrn Marlowe. We, Nora and Zora Estes, leave our love for keeping the library to Jearleane Hensley and Peggy Mashburn. We, Donald Westmoreland and Robert Willis, leave our ability to talk baby talk to Harold Hawkins and Bill Barber. We, Hoyle Blankenship and Billy Gene Reel, leave to Horace Crawley and Hugh Robbins our love for studying. We, Mildred Hall and Gayle Elliott, leave our ability to flirt to Genell Whitson and Elizabeth Morgan. We, Lula Mae Morgan and Eunice Haynes, leave to Doris Hunter and KayRee Reel our excuses to get out of class. We, Olen Poteat and Jerry Chatham, leave our friendly ways to Hugh Anderson and Clayton McKinney. We, Troy Lee Baker and Ferman Buckner, leave our " Flat Tops " to Jack and Edward Arrowood. We, Maxine Westmoreland and Mary Jo Walker, leave our ability to drive Fords and Pontiacs to Rome Ida Westmoreland and Leona Aldredge. We, Jack and Jerry Silver, leave our musical talent to Donald Poteat and Sam Marlowe. We, Margie Hemphill, Shirley Taylor, and Dorothy Vaughn, leave our crazy ways to Betty Morgan and Charlotte Harris. We, Irene Kaylor, Eloise Parker, and Margaret Pace, leave our love for parties to Dorothy Smith, Judy Sparks, and Betty Jackson. We, Marie Bowman and Rosalie Cox, leave to Irene Hawkins and Barbara Harris our success for borrowing cars. We, Wayne Poteat and Franklin Holland, leave our honorable titles to Alvin Holland, Jennings Smith, and Russell Radford. We, Hazel Mashburn, Mildred Goforth, and Betty Bledsoe, leave our reputation as chums to Ellen Buckner and Shirley Sumlin. I, Josephine Cable, will my love for the referees to Marlene Calhoun and Pat Bartlett. We, Alma Lawing and Wilma Ray, leave our ability to get along to Mary Rumfelt and Peggy Vess. We, Donald Cannon, Millard Kiser, and Billy Thomas, leave our love for the Sophomore Girls to Claude Kiser, Earl Woody, and Cecil Kaylor. We hereby appoint the faculty and its successors of Glenwood High School executors of this, our Last Will and Testament. Arrena Poteat, Billy Thomas, Testators RUSSEL RADFORD WILMA RADFORD KAYREE REEL HUGH ROBBINS BARBARA ROSS MARY RUMFELT BOBBY SIMMONS OLEN SMALLEY DOROTHY SMITH JENNINGS SMITH CARLTON SPARKS SHIRLEY SUMLIN DONALD SWANN VERGIE TYO HOWARD VESS PEGGY VESS ROMELDA WESTMORELAND GENELL WHITSON EARL WOODY ■ c 1 Martha Ronald Blanche Jean Marie Betty Hill Holland Jones Kiser Laughridge Lawing 05 A Edna Ledbetter Robert Little Jack Marlowe Hannah Mcintosh Hoke Morgan Kathryn Morgan Wade Nanney Georgia Painter Perry Parker Hazel Poteat Walter Poteat Ima Price Virginia Price Louise Proctor Jim Pyatt Joyce Riddle Trula Mae Roberts Bill Rumfelt Mildred Stacy Olene Stevenson George Taylor Pat Taylor Jasper Tranthem Lula Bell Ward Betty Harold J. D. Frances Westmoreland Whitesides Williams Willis Betty Wilson Gordon Wright Gaye Glen Greene Greer Donald Aldredge Pat Allison Alice Fa ye Anderson Billy Anderson Charles Arrowood Ray Dean Arrowood Hal Baker Oliver Baker Jimmy Bright Dora Ann Burton Joel Byrd Earl Cable Eugene Cable Janice Cable Glenda Carswell Harold Childers Alvin Clark Ray Cole Bobby Jean Conner Jerry Cosby Tommie Dennison M. G. Fox Cecil Gardner Jerry Gordon Mary Phylip Carroll Greer Guffey Hemphill - 1 p W Lee Mary Joyce Hensley Holland V J " 1 Emmerson Jackson Josephine Kaylor Phyllis Koone Joel Lanning Bonnie Lawing Boyce Lawing Olis Lawing Ethel Ledbetter Shirley Lytle Jackie Marlowe Linda Mashburn Thema Mashburn Charles McFalls David Mcintosh Walter Medlin Helen Mitchell Dean Morgan Pat Parker Shirley Parker Karene Poteat Betty Jo Reel Leroy Reel Jean Rhom Reba Robinette f m W H w ft F Ruby Angeline Robinson Smith Eugene Sumlin Gerald Thomas David Toney Juanite Wiseman Samuel Young Left: Jasper Tranthem, Peggy Eplee, Donald Westmoreland, Jerry Silver, Joe Taylor, Josephine Cable. Right; Olen Smalley, Millard Kiser, Hugh Anderson, Jack Silver, Gene Reel, Jack Parker. MISS DOVIE SUE HARRIS First Grade MRS. EDNA HEMPHILL First Grade MISS EMMA Mc GALLIA RD First Grade MISS PATRICIA TOPPING Second Grade MRS. RUTH HAWKINS Second Grade MRS. CLARA RAYBURN Third Grade MRS. NANCY McKINNIS Third Grade MRS. GENOESE PYATT Fourth Grade MRS. D ESSIE LA WING Fifth Grade MISS IV AREA FLACK Fifth Grade MRS. LAYLAS EDNEY Sixth Grade MISS CHARLINE HEMPHILL Sixth Grade MISS LOUISE METCALF Seventh Grade MRS. NORA HENNESSEE Seventh and Eighth Grades MRS. POLLY ANNA FARMER Eighth Grade MR. JOHN CROUCH Eighth Grade » J? — — First row: B. Dover, J. Alredge, D. Benge, C. Carswell, M. Ramsey, S. Bowman, L. Foley, M. Marlowe, D. Cogdill, R. Swann, D. Swann, D. Dowdle, F. McKinney, L. Elliott, R. Cannon, L. Hensley, A. Rhom, D. McPeters, J. Loftis, T. Laughridge, M. Little, D. Gardner, Miss Mc- Galliard. Second row : Miss Harris, G. Ray, M. Garland, J. Evans, R. Ward, T. Beam, Judy Greer, B. Radford, J. Owens, B. Arrowood, F. Pace, J. Galliam, J. Frisbee, J. Lewis, C. Barnes, B. Michaels, J. Poteat, M. Jackson, S. Ferguson, Mrs. Hemphill. Third row : R. Dover, L. Parker, J. Connor, L. Vaughn, S. Tyo, D. Simmons, G. Jones, D. Pitman, D. Koone, D. Proctor, L. Morgan, G. Arrowood, F. Vess, H. Woody, B. Smith, J. Reel. Fourth row: S. Simmons, A. Smith, C. Proctor, J. Hunter, L. Hollifield, C. Morgan, J. Evans, D. Poteat, J. Cable, L. McKinney, D. Brookshire, D. Howard, D. Skates, B. Kaylor, K. Austin, B. Vaughn. Second d uule First row: Mrs. Hawkins, J. Mcintosh, A. Sparks, P. Phillips, P. Barnes, C. Willis, R. Conner, J. Reel, Miss Topping. Second row; P. Benge, B. Parker, D. Webb, R.Rhom, A. Reel, C. Barnes, M. Goins, R. Bowman, L. Finley, P. Hall, T. Green, S. Carswell, S. Tyo, S. Flack, N. Mostiller. Third row : G. Holland, B. Lawing, G. Conner, C. Jamison, G. Morgan, M. Reel, J. Carver, R. Suttles, F. Hayes, L. Warren, F. Bowman, G. Garland, L. Nanney, E. Morgan, L. Anthony, G. Rhom. Fourth row : M. Clark, P. Cole, W. Hogan, B. McFalls, D. Woodby, J. Anderson, T. Buchanan, H. Kidd, B. Morris, N. Arrowood, J. Poteat, C. Colins, F. Houck, B. Fender. First row : P. Poteat. J. Christopher, W. Cable, A. Brookshire, J. Rhom, B. Holland, E. Hawkins, H. Elliott, A. Arrowood, G. Bibbs, D. Aldredge, B. Dover, B. Poteat. Second row: D. Cogdill, A. Lane, B. Duncan, M. Hollifield, M. Burgin, G. Gardner, G. Creech, B. Dowdle, H. Ferguson, J. Parker, M. Mostiller, C. Davis, M. Bledsoe, D. Greene, L. Carver, G. Gardner, R. Bartlett. Third row : E. Rhom, C. Little, J. Clark, G. Morgan, R. Simpson, B. Ward, G. Haynes, P. Clark, M. Vallini, B. Proctor, S. Laughridge, A. Cox, T. Laughter, B. Smith, B. Whitson, E. Hilton. Fourth row : G. Brown, W. Rhom, J. Mostiller, J. Reel, N. Cable, S. Nelson, R. Cole, J. Lawing, D. Cauthen, H. Holland, R. Beam, I. Jamison, D. Owens, M. Smith, K. Frisbee. Teachers: Mrs. Clara Rayburn, Mrs. Nancy McKinnis. ?ount6 tyuzde First row : L. Marlowe, M. Ramsey, H. Lane, T. Woodby, C. Ward, D. Willis, R. Willis, J. Ramsey, J. Gibbs, M. Benge, E. Vaughn, D. Harris, Mrs. Pyatt, Teacher. Second row : K. Merle, N. Poteat, R. Reel, C. Radford, Mr. Hawkins, V. Gardner, P. Connor, P. Lawing, N. Cannon, B. Morgan, B. Painter, D. Webb. Third row : J. Swan, G. Houck, G. little, S. Willis, K. Jackson, S. Creech, W. Poteat, R. Radford, D. Carswell, M. Parker, B. Parker, D. Gilliam, G. Williams. First row: J. Blankenship, A. Parker, C. Davis, W. Hawkins, B. Laughridge, M. Barnes, D. Hughes, D. Elliott, P. Woody, E. Vaughn, L. Morgan, M. Connor. Second row : L. Lawing, R. Rash, B. Beam, T. Hilton, E. Parker, C. Farley, G. Condrey, P. Smith, W. Gardner, L. Kaylor, E. Hunter, V. McCraw, G. Pace, B. Jarrett. Third row : J. Smith, G. Morris, G. Hayes, R. Kaylor, J. Nelson, W. Wisemen, B. Barber, R. McNeiley, D. Johnson, W. Rhom, J. Crosby, J. McMahan, B. Green, G. Kaylor. Fourth row : Miss I. Flack, Teacher; E. Duncan, J. Willis, L. Morgan, M. Dockery, N. Ross, C. Connor, D. Cable, D. Clewis, B. Jamison, R. Lawing, L. Styles, A. Lewis, H. Ferguson, K. Laughter, Mrs. D. Lawing. Teacher; E. Clark. Sextet d nade First row : Miss C. Hemphill, Teacher; B. Ramsey, M. Cable, B. Poteat, R. Hawkins, B. Harvey, J. Rumfelt, J. Bledsoe, V. Holmes, P. Extine, J. Rumfelt, R. Taylor, M. Ward, Mrs. L. Edney, Teacher. Second row : R. Gardner, L. Suttles, J. Willis, V. Poke, B. Taylor, R. Gilliam, L. Parker, G. Bartlett, G. Cannon, J. Rayburn, T. Bartlett, J. Roberts, L Stevenson. Third row : G. Reel, P. Westmoreland, R. Poteat, L. Arrowood, V. Price, E. Lane, J. Connor, C. Sparks, E. Moore, J. Arrowood, M. Rhome, L. Christopher, J. Elliott, D. Aldredge. Fourth row : A. Duncan, J. Bledsoe, S. Watkins, E. McFalls, H. Williams, F. Lewis, J. Bowman, B. Poteat, L. Marlowe, J. Christopher, H. Morgan, C. Poteat, J. Hughes, F. Radford, J. Burton. Seventh tcute First row: Mrs. N. Hennessee, Nora J. McKinney, R. Morgan, J. Morgan, L. Haynes, R. Painter, C. Conner, Ula M. Clark, R. Greene, I. Hall, D.Barnes, Miss L. Metcalf. Second row: B. Jack- son, L. Tyo, R. Hicks, B.Tyo, C. Whitson, S. Harvey, A. Kaylor, P. Gardner, V. Morgan, J. Rnom, J. Elliott, D. Huffman. Third row : c. Lewis, J. Anthony, P. Smith, Billy R. Anderson, B. Ward, H. Poteat, J. Buchanan, L. Wiggins, B.Westmoreland, J. Rumfelt, L. Cunningham. First row: H. Pace, C. Harris, B. Vaughn, M. Holland, J. Hughes, G. Robbins, J. Lawing, S. Dale, G. Holland, R. Marlowe, K. Nichols, E. Reel, R. Hensley, C. McKinney, D. Hunter, B. Ducan, J. D. Proctor, T. Hensley. Second row: G. Rayburn, M. Reel, Ava M. Lawing, T. Westmoreland, P. Cauthurn, R. Bartlett, C. Watkins, J. Hall, S. Arrowood, M. Baker, P. Hughes, E. Conner, L. Lawing, M. Rhom, Mrs. N. Hennessee. Third row: Polly A. Farmer, J. Lawing, C. Baker, J. Riddle, J. Blankenship, V. Gilliam, A. Kelley, F. Rhom, S. Buchanan, P. Smalley, K. Morgan, E. Rhom, Alice F. Terry, H. Woody, P. Lane, M. Loftis. Fourth row : H. Ferguson, .D. Painter, A. Lawing, J. Morgan, R. McKinney, C. Parker, J. Bright, L. Willis, B. Bowman, D. Spurlin, J. Ward, C. Jamison, F. Morgan, J. Taylor, J. Rhom, B. Issacs, Mr. J. Crouch. Fifth row : G. Duncan, D. Ledbetter, A. Deck, R. Houck, L. Condrey, J. Poteat, G. Kiser, H. Moore, B. Evans, H. Suttles, C. Clark, G. Cable, J. Shelton, E. Morgan, C. Lewis. Most Dramatic GAIL ELLIOT DONALD WESTMORELAND Wittiest MAXINE WESTMORELAND OLEN POTEAT Class Chums HAZEL MASHBURN MILDRED GOFORTH Most Artistic ROSALIE COX FRANKLIN HOLLAND ► v 4, Most Valuable To The School MARGIE HEMPHILL FERMON BUCKNER SctfrenCative4, Most Dependable BETTY BLEDSOE GENE REEL Most Sympathetic MARIE BOWMAN Friendliest ALMA LAWING OLEN POTEAT Most Studious DOROTHY VAUGHN HOYLE BLANKENSHIP Quietest ELOISE PARKER TROY BAKER Most Likely To Succeed EUNICE HAYNES FERMON BUCKNER School King: BILLY GENE THOMAS Queen: ARRENA ANN POTEAT r e ?e4tto C ' Treaty cutct 2.uee t Primary King and Queen Queen: CAROLYN JAMISON King: BUDDY DUNCAN Grammar Grade King and Queen King: TIMMY LAUGHRIDGE Queen: DIANNE COGDILL PAUL E. FLACK, Physical Education Director Move that ball! you still have a chance !. . .You can win if you work together. . . These challenging words will ring in our minds and be instilled in our hearts throughout our lives. To Coach Flack, who has taught us to be modest in victory and undaunted in defeat, we proudly crown you " Our Favorite. " Center; Sherry Flack, Mascot. Kneeling, left to right: Romelda Westmoreland, Peggy Vess, Zora Estes, Head Cheerleader. Standing: Mrs. Nancy McKinnis, Sponsor; Mildred Hall, Marie Bowman, Mary Rumfelt, Marie Laughridge, Miss Pat Topping, Sponsor. First row, seated; Jerry Silver, Advertising Manager; Margie Hemphill, Co-Editor; Wilma Ray, Co-Editor; Rosalie Cox, Art Editor; Mrs. Dora Howell, Sponsor. Second row, standing: Peggy Eplee, Business Manager; Jack Silver, Co-Sports Editor; Joe Taylor, Co -Snapshot Editor; Arrena Poteat, Co-Sports Editor; Gayle Elliott, Co-Snapshot Editor. Seated: Hanna Mcintosh, Floy Pyatt, Zora Estes, Romelda Westmoreland, Mary Rumfelt, Leona Aldredge, Jeanne Kiser, Maxine Hollifield, Betty Morgan, Mildred Goforth, Hazel Mashburn, Nora Estes, Mildred Hall. Standing: Ethel Ledbetter, Gaye Greene, Angeline Smith, Mary Greer, Margie Hemphill, Linda Ledford, Shirley Sumlin, Ellen Buckner, Betty Chatham, Alma Lawing, Jane Marlowe, Rosalie Cox, Jean Haynes, Lorene Morgan, Wilma Ray, Jearlene Hensley, Robert Willis, Margaret Pace, Pearl Duval, Eunice Haynes. Seated; Mrs. Dora Howell, Sponsor; Mary Jo Walker, Eunice Haynes, Zora Estes, Mrs. Margaret Norris, Sponsor. Standing: Franklin Holland, Joe Taylor, Josephine Cable, Robert Willis, Margie Hemphill, Nora Estes, Rosalie Cox, Lorene Morgan, Mildred Hall, Wilma Ray, Lula Mae Morgan. Seated, left to right: Donald Westmoreland, Charles England, Donald Poteat, Cecil Kaylor, Howard Vess, Jack Silver, Treasurer; Billy Barber, Vice President; Ferman Buckner, President; Joseph Taylor, Secretary; Kenneth Freeman, Sam Marlowe, Bill Rumfelt, Hugh Anderson, Richard Buchanan, Bill Thomas. Standing: Robert B. Goodson, Sponsor; Alvin Holland. Seated, left to right; Margie Hemphill, Vice President; Joe Taylor, Program Chairman; Eunice Haynes, President; Rosalie Cox, Treasurer; Mrs. Margaret B. Norris, Sponsor. Standing, first row; Alma Lawing, Lula Morgan, Wilma Ray, Irene Kaylor, Charlotte Harris, Franklin Holland, Josephine Cable, Alvin Holland, Nora Estes, Edward A rro wood, Kayree Reel, Peggy Eplee, Mary Joe Walker, Barbara Ross, Gennell Whiston. Second row: Peggy Mashburn, Margaret Pace, Arrena Poteat, Betty Morgan, Mary Rumfelt, Horace Crawley, Betty Chatham, Romelda Westmoreland, Barbara Harris, Zora Estes, Floy Pyatt, Pat Bartlett. Seated: Glenda Kaylor, Troy Hilton, Bobby Simmons, Maxine Hollifield, Max Holland, Ralph Kaylor. Standing, first row: Harold Pace, Irene Hall, Nancy Ross, Albert Kelly, Donald Frady, Robert Hicks, Jeanette Hall, Donald Hunter, Kenny Nichols, Hoke Morgan, Patsy Westmoreland, Jerry Gordon. Second row: Glenda Carswell, Kayree Poteat, Ethel Ledbetter, Angelene Smith, Martha Hill, Shirley Lytle, Pearl Duval, Phyllis Koon, Doris Hunter, Norma Gilliam, Mary Joyce Holland. Third row:Glenna Cable, Rosalie Cox, Eloise Parker, Wayne Bartlett, David Ledbetter, Joe Poteat, Gordon Wright, Hannah Mcintosh, Bonnie Lawing, Brenda Poteat, Jimmy Buchanan. Seated: Franklin Holland, Rosalie Cox, Ferman Buckner, President; Peggy Eplee, Bill Thomas. Standing: Jane Taylor, Carroll Hemphill, Gay Greene, Barbara Harris, Billy Barber, Alvin Holland, Vice President; Elizabeth Morgan, Jim Pyatt, Hazel Poteat, Betty Westmoreland. Kneeling: Jerry Cosby, Walter Poteat, Benny Ledbetter, Eugene Cable, Emerson Jackson, Wayne Arrowood, David Mcintosh, Harold Childers, Jasper Tranthem. Seated: George Taylor, Reporter; Howard Vess, Vice President; Joe Taylor, President; Jennings Smith, Secretary; Charles McFalls, Sentinel; R. B. Goodson, Advisor. Standing, first row: Harold Whitesides, Oliver Baker, Russell Radford, Dean Evans, Millard Kiser, Gene Reel, Sam Young, Hugh Anderson, M. G. Fox, Donald Cannon, Hal Baker. Second row; Dean Morgan, Glenn Greer, Jerry Gordon, Pat Taylor, Bobby Barnes, Alvin Clark, Jack Parker, Johnny Cole, Bill Rumfelt, David Toney, Walter Medlin. First row : Bobby Barnes, Ray Greer, Jim Pyatt, Ivey Bledsoe, Horace Crawley. Second row; Olene Stevenson, Jean Kiser, Donald Poteat, Edward Arrowood, Olis Lawing, Ray Arrowood, Eugene Sumlin, Clayton McKinney, Jack Marlowe. Third row: Jean Haynes, Peggy Eplee, Bill Thomas, David Hensley, Perry Parker, Robet Little, Alvin Holland, Wade Nanney. Fourth row: Bill Barber, Earl Woody, Eunice Haynes, Walter Guffy, Ferman Buckner. Standing: Zeyland McKinney, Sponsor; Bobby Bowman, J. D. Williams, Olen Smally. First row: Mildred Stacy, Barbara Dixon, Arrena Ann Poteat, Edith Ferguson, Barbara Harris, Gennell Whitson, Marie Laughridge, Vergie Mae Tyo. Second row; Betty Wilson, Mary Rum- felt, Betty Westmoreland, Lula Mae Morgan, Josephine Cable, Mary Jo Walker, Hazel Poteat, Jearlene Hensley, Jane Marlowe, Mrs. Bonnie Parker, Sponsor. Seated; Zelda Connor, Eloise Parker, Maxine Hollifield, Irma Hensley, Mildred Hall, Shirley Taylor, Dorothy Smith, Dorothy Vaughn, Zora Estes, Kathyrn Morgan, Jeanne Kiser, Joyce Dockery. Standing: Lee Hensley, Romelda Westmoreland, Juanite Wiseman, Josephine Kaylor, Barbara Ross, Jackie Marlowe, Rosalie Cox, Lula Bell Ward, Marie Bowman, Joyce Riddle, Grace Hall, Virginia Price, Blanche Jones, Irene Kaylor, Mrs. Dora Howell, Sponsor. r First row; Mildred Goforth, Hazel Mashburn, Patsy Lawing, Floy Pyatt, Mary Rumfelt, Betty Morgan, Morgan, Margie Hemphill, Irene Hawkins, Betty Bledsoe, Peggy Mashburn- Standing: Dora Jean Burton, Shirley Sumlin, Kathern Marlowe, Betty Jo Reel, Charlotte Harris, Jack Arrowood, Hoyle Blankenship, Ronald Deck, Ellen Buckner, Betty Chatham, Betty Jackson, Mr. W. C. Lynch, Sponsor. First row : Peggy Mashburn, Leona Aldredge, Betty Morgan, Pearl Duval, Joyce Riddle, Pat Allison, Zelda Connor, Trula Mae Roberts, Betty Jackson, Romelda Westmoreland, Mary Rum- felt, Glenda Carswell, Karen Poteat, Ruby Robinson, Barbara Harris, Irene Hawkins, Floy Poteat, Peggy Vess, Miss Rachel A. Hunt, Director. Second row: Zora Estes, Virginia Price, Pat Parker, Shirley Parker, Bobbie Jean Connor, Mildred Hall, Angeline Smith, Phyllis Koone, Norma Gill- iam, Kathyrn Morgan, Dora Ann Burton, Betty Jean Reel, Ethel Ledbetter, Gaye Greene, Mary Greer, Linda Mashburn. First row: Mary Jo Walker, President; Donald Westmoreland, Vice President; Peggy Eplee, Secretary. Second row: Franklin Holland, Olene Stevenson, Joe Taylor, Cecil Kaylor, Arrena Poteat , Leona Aldredge, Lula Bell Ward, Pat Bartlett, Mr. Paul E. Flack, Sponsor. Third row : Gene Reel, Jerry Silver, Donald Cannon, Maxine Westmoreland, Kayree Reel, Josephine Cable, Lula Mae Morgan, Jane Marlowe, Hazel Poteat. Fourth row: Robert Willis, Zora Estes, Kenneth Freeman, Mildred Hall, Claude Kiser, Ronald Holland, Jack Silver, Sam Marlowe, Millard Kiser, Olen Poteat. Left to right: Mrs. Mabel Bradsher, Sponsor; Julia Elliott, Reba Robinette, Linda Mashburn, Shirley Parker, Bobbie Jean Connor, Jean Rhom, Janice Cable, Elizabeth Morgan, Marlene Calhoun, Wilma Ray, Nora Estes, Georgia Painter, Betty Marie Lawing, Frances Willis, Alma Lawing, Pat Allison, Betty Jean Parker, Hazel Mashburn. First row: Allan Duncan, Glen Pace, Reedy McNelley, Donald Elliott, Troy Hilton, Harold Pace, Shirley Harvey, Donald Painter, Tressie Westmoreland, Donald Barnes, Donnie Haynes, Bobby Green, Eugene Clark, Arthur Ward, James Causley, Vernon Morgan, Jim Morgan. Second row; Gladys Reel, Lola Suttles, Vivian McCraw, Glenda Kaylor, Eula Mae Clark, Nancy Ross, Lucy Lawing, Freda Lewis, Louis Arrowood, Nora McKinney, Patsy Westmoreland, Irne Hall, Priscilla Extine, Bobby Poteat, Grace Bartlett, Ann Parker, Vera Holmes. Third row: Martha Rhom, Texie Bartlett, Bryant Jackson, Jimmy Lawing, Carroll Lewis, Jeanette Hall, Louise Cunningham, Albert Dale, Kenneth Nichols, Michel Dockery, Larry Lawing, Lee Roy Stevens, Ralph Kaylor. Fourth row: Eddie McFalls, Barbara Jamison, Barbara Clewis, Billy Westmoreland, Clell Whitson, Robert Hicks, Anne Hughs, Josephine Burton, Joan Christopher, Clyde Connor, Connie Poteat. Fifth row: Bobby Farley, Edgar Polk, Annette Deck, Pete Ledbetter, Clarence Lewis, Brenda Poteat, Albert Kelly, Jimmy Hughes, Buddy Duncan, Frank Morgan, Edna Hunter. Settten, 4-W First row: David Heusley, Phillip Guffy, Betty Morgan, Ethel Ledbetter, David Mcintosh, Mary Rumfelt, Irene Hawkins, Barbara Harris, Charles McFalls, Ray Greer. Second row: Cecil Kaylor, Mil- dred Hall, Edna Ledbetter, Sh irley Lytle, Maxine Hollifield, Wayne Bartlett. Third row: Hannah Mcintosh, Richard Buchan- an, Hugh Anderson, Jasper Tranthem, Eloise Parker. COMPANY Marion, North Carolina Compliments of LUMBER CO. 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