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Not only has she taught us a love for music, but also she has shown us the true spirit of helpfulness at our ball games, the school store, in our radio programs, anywhere there was need for help. Because we know that if her wishes could come true, we would each live a full and happy life, we dedicate this 1957 edition of the Nushka to Miss Rachel Hunt. SUPERINTENDENT AND OFFICE PERSONNEL Ir. Melvin H. Taylor, Superintendent; Miss Mae Ramsey, Supervisor; Mrs. Robert Jarret. Secretary to Superinten -.szz Assistant Secretaries: Mis. Josephine Hemphill, Mrs. Sue Chrisawn. MR. MORRIS NANNEY, Chairman SCHOOL CCMMi.TEE PRINCIPAL’S MESSAGE Dear Seniors, When the school doors open next fall, you will not be here to enter. You will have already entered other doors - some to colleges, some to industry, some to the various Armed Services, and some even to that " little white bungalow with the red geraniums in the window. " My wish for you is that the doors you enter will open into a life of happiness and success. When the doorsof Glenwood close be¬ hind you this spring, depart with the warm confidence that they will alwaysbe opened for you; and that those within will wel¬ come your return. May God bless you and may the Doors of Heaven open wide for you when Life ' s doors are closed. Sincerely, HIGH SCHOOL FACULTY MRS. DORA B. HOWELL, B. S. East Tennessee State College University of North Carolina English, Social Science ZEYLANDG. McKINNEY, B.S., M.A. Wake Forest College Appalachian State College Social Science WARREN A. ELLIS, B. S. Lees McRae College East Tennessee State College Science MRS. MABLE TATE BRADSHER, B.E. Woman ' s College University of North Carolina Home Economics, French, Mathematics MRS. JACQUELYN ROBINSON, B. S. Mars Hill College Winthrop College Home Economics, General Science MISS MARGARET BARE, B. S. East Tennessee State College Commercial, English ROBERT GOODSON, B. S. Berea College Vocational Agriculture MRS. BONNIE PARKER, A. B. Carson-Newman College English, French, Mathematics MRS. JOAN BURGIN, B. S. Appalachian State College Library Science, English PAUL EDWIN FLACK, A.B., M. A. Lenior Rhyne College University of North Carolina Physical Education, Social Studies • • fSBl SENIOR CLASS OFFI ALVIN HOLLAND. BARBARA HARRIS. BARBARA ROSS . PAT GREER. GENELL WHITSON. ROEMELDA WESTMORELAND - - Preside Vice Preside - - Secreta - - Treasur - - - Repo: - - - Repo: MASCOTS Johnny Smith, son of Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Smith Dlaine Reel, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Reel Jr. MOTTO " Ideals are like stars. " COLORS Orchid and White FLOWER Orchid CLASS POEM Many years we ' ve walked together. Since our days of school began. Winding forward, ever upward. Playing, working, hand in hand. Our junior year was eventful With parties and the junior play, Also the lovely " Rainbow " banquet And our class rings on the way. Time has flown since we were freshmen; It seems only yesterday That we were anticipating This - our graduation day. Next came our year as sophomores. Work grew harder day by day With algebra and biology; Yet we found some time to play. When our senior year is over. When these halls are far behind. We shall always these remember. No matter where our paths may wind. We love you best dear Glenwood High; In each heart, fond memories dwell; But now teachers, friends, and classmates. We bid to you - Farewell. Peggy Mashburn, Class Poet SENIORS ALVIN HOLLAND Most Likely to Succeed " Tod-gum " " Never let studying interfere with your edu- cation. " Class Pres. 3, 4; FFA Pres 2; History Club 3,4, Beta 3,4; County Sec. 4; Student Council 1, 2,3,4, Pres. 4; American History Medal 3; Agriculture Medal 2; Junior Play; Junior Mar¬ shal. JEARLENE HENSLEY Most Likely to be Whistled at " Jerry” " Come let us gossip of the folk we knew. " Folk Dancing 1; Safety Patrol 2; Future Nurset 3; Future Homemakers Club 4. HUGH ANDERSON Sweetest " Nothing is certain but death and taxes. " FFA 1, 2, 3, 4; 4-H Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Key Club 3,4; Varsity Club 4; Bus Driver 3, 4. PEGGY MASHBURN Most Popular " Koote " " 1 walked a mile with pleasure and chattered all the way. " 4-H Club 1; Safety Patrol 1, 2; Beta Club 3, Sec. 4; Glee Club 1,3,4; Handicraft Club 1; FTA 4; Bible Club 3; " Miss Beta " 57; " Miss Glenwood” 57. 11 EARL WOODY Neatest " Woody " | " How happy the life unembarrassed by busines 4 FFA 1, 2; 4-H Club 3; History Club 3; Basket- | ball 3,4; Varsity Club 4. BETTE REEL JACKSON Best Dressed " Nothing so well becomes true feminine beautjk as simplicity in dress. " Glee Club 1, 2,3; Safety Patrol 1; Folk DanciJ 1; Bible Club 3; FHA Pres. 4. SENIORS 30KTKT SMITH " Dot " ta all Languages. ' 1 Glee Cl-r 1, 2; Fiftieth Girl fc Stitfgr M»oi 1. 2, 3,4, Lt. 2, Cap- - „ . - ire Pres. County Fi.i : x. - 3,4; Marshal 3; . = - 4-r. :iub 1. 2; Spot- 4L :. 2 M -rccfeet 4. -AjE T GORDON " Jughead " as i_l ir stile to none; always jolly sc sec. " Ire 1 Safety Patrol 1, 4. Beta Club 3,4; Student Council 1, 2,3,4; Glee Club 1, 2, 4; Folk Dancing 1; Library Club 1, 2; Future Nurses 3; Class Pres. 1; Class Vice Pres. 4; Home Economics Medal 2; Junior Play; Chief Marshal 3; History Club 4; Annual Staff; Spell¬ ing Award 3. RUSSEL RADFORD Best Sport " Business is Business " FFA 1,2, 3. 4. PEGGY VESS roeuilicg iThnaaey is as beauty does. " " Runt " 1. Safety Patrol 1, 2; Glee Club pit Cheerleader 1, 2,3. SAM MARLOWE v lftaK k jcuuevous " Goose " sea are so clever as to know all the f tibey do. " CMs 1. 2.3; Safety Patrol 1, 2, 3; 4-H i. 1.3.4; Key Club 3,4; Monogram 3; » Club 4; Bus Driver 4; Class President Fanners 1; Junior Play; Annual Staff ader 2; Basketball 3,4. BARBARA HARRIS Most Likely to Succeed " Barb " " I walked beside the evening sea and dreamed a dream that could not be. " SENIORS GENELL WHITSON Best Personality " Cuz " " It’s my life so let me live it. " Future Teachers 2; Future Nurses, Vice Pres. 3, Pres. 4; Folk Dancing 1; Beta Club 3,4; Spotlight Staff 4; Office Practice 4; Class Re¬ porter 4; Assistant Editor of Nushka 4; Miss Future Nurse of 1956-57. JENNINGS SMITH Best Looking " Smitty " " Laugh and the world laughs with you. " Key Club 4; Basketball 2; FFA 2,3,4; Bus Driver 4; Agriculture 1, 2,3,4; Mr. Senior of 1956-57; Mr. Glenwood of 1956-57. KAYREE REEL Best Looking " Kay " " Without love and laughter life is nothing. " Beta Club 3,4; Folk Dancing 1, 2; Annual Staf: 4; Monogram Club 3; Varsity Club 4; Home Economics Medal 1; Key Club Sweetheart of i 1956-57. HOWARD VESS Most Talented " Gold is where you find it. " •Son Transferred from Marion. FFA 2, 3, 4, Vice Pres. 2, 3,4; Key Club 3,4; Varsity Basketball 2, 3; Bus Driver 3, Sub. 2,4. KATHERN MARLOW Most Sympathetic " Kat” " She burns the midnight oil, but not always for study. " Glee Club 3; Bible Club 3; Future Homemakers 4; Handicraft 1; Safety Patrol 3; CECIL KAYLOR Most Athletic " Specks " " Smile and the world smiles with you; frown and it wrinkles your face. ” Key Club 3,4; Basketball 2,4; FFA 4; Baseball 1; Agriculture 4; Monogram Club 3; Varsity Club 4; Jr. Varsity 1,3. SENIORS IRENE HAWKINS Most Humorous " Corina " " With plenty of wit, and a winsome smile, always making life worthwhile. " Folk Dancing Club 1; Library Club 1, 2; Glee Club 1, 2, 3,4; Bible Club Pres. 3; Vice Pres. History Club 4; Glee Club Operetta 2; 4-H Club 2; Usherette Junior Play. OLIN SMALLEY Most Sympathetic " Moon " " I like work; I could sit and look at it for hours " History Club 3; Bus Driver 3,4; Student Patrol 1.4. IRMA HENSLEY Best Natured " Wormie " " Each precious little thing comes in a small bundle. ” Future Teachers, Sec. 4; Library Club 2 ,3; Folk Dancing 1; Nurses Club 3; Student Patrol 1, 2; Glee Club 1, 2; 4-H Club 1, 2, 3; Hobby Club 2. HORACE CRAWLEY Outstanding Student " Bud " " Leave silence to the saints; I ' m just a human. " History Club 3; Beta Club 3,4; Bus Driver 4; Student Patrol 4; Annual Staff. SOEMELDA WESTMORELAND »i.iabie to School " Romeo " Sea; j travel with us afar; and what we —akes us what we are. " - —5 1, 2, President 3; Future Teachers iUtive to District Convention 3; 4-H .. _ce Pres. 4; Cheerleader 3, Chief 4; 1 al.2,3,4; Glee Club Operetta; Folk ; Junior Marshal; Junior Play; Beta Student Council 4 Sec. -Treas.; Senior’; Class Reporter 2,4; Class Secre- Aatual Staff; Spotlight Staff 4. BENNIE LEDBETTER SENIORS BARBARA ROSS Most Talented " Rossie " " Beware, I may yet do something sensationa Glee Club 1, 2, 3,4; Safety Patrol 1, 2; Libraj Club 1, 2; Beta Club 3, 4; Class Sec. 4; Junic Play; Future Teachers 3; Folk Dancing 1; Pe| Squad 3, 4. CARLTON SPARKS Most Dependable " Sparkie " Don’t take life too seriously; you ' ll never get out alive. " VETERAN ELIZABETH MORGAN Best All Round " Liz " " Friendly to all, hostile to none; always jolly and full of fun, " Folk Dancing 1; Glee Club 1, 2; Junior Play; Student Council 3,4; Beta Club 4; Handicraft Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Spotlight Staff 4; Annual Staff 4. CLAYTON McKINNEY Most Musical " Ozark " " Do not say go, but go thyself. " Bowman High 1, 2; Junior Play; History Club 3.4. DORIS HUNTER Most Likely to be Whistled at. " Pound-ca " Happy am I! From care I’m free. Why aren’t they all content like me? " Safety Patrol 1, 2,3; Basketball 3,4; Varsity Club 4. JACK ARROWOOD Most Valuable to School " Adolf’ " The reward of a thing well done is to have done it. " Bible Club 1, 2; Safety Patrol 3. MARY RUMFELT Most Mischievous " Cricket " " Ready to join in all the fun, little caring if lessons be done, " Glee Club 1,3; 4-H 1, 3; Pep Squad 3, 4; Fu¬ ture Nurses 3; Bible Club 3; Annual Staff; Safe¬ ty Patrol 2,4; Spotlight Staff; Future Teachers 2; Library Club 2, 3; Folk Dancing 1; Beta Club 3, 4; Hobby Club 2. CLAUDE KISER Most Popular " Gizzard " " An excuse is never poor if you can get by with it. " Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; Key Club 3; Monogram Club 3; Varsity Club 4; Bus Driver 4; 4-H 2; Spotlight Staff; Annual Staff. SENIORS LEONA ALDREDGE Aisle tic " Flower " ’•orcips at the shrine of sports. " 111,2,3, 4; Library Club 3; Bible : Folk Dancing 1; Annual Staff; Varsity 4, Pres.; Beta Club 4; Monogram Club WALTER GUFFEY ta " Guffey " r.ease thyself, but dress to please rirrral High School 1; Glee Club 2, 3; farmers 2, 4; Bus Driver 4; History - Spotlight Staff 4; Key Club 4. PAT BARTLETT GREER scorts or give me death. " ' Midget " 1, -.3,4; Folk Dancing 1; Librarj Vice Pres. 2; History Award 3 ; Marshal 3; Monogram Club 3; Vice Pres. 4; Safety Patrol 4; - 4; Class Treas. 4; Co-Editor Ti ars ROBERT CABLE " Bobby " u:t; silence never betrays Clast 1: Safety Patrol 2 ty Cl»-, 4. SENIORS MARLENE CALHOUN CRAWLEY Best Sport " Shorty " " Sooner or later love comes to all” Handicraft Club 1, 2,3, Pres. 1; Basketball 1, 2,3, 4; Spotlight Staff 4; Folk Dancing 1. DONALD POTEAT Most Sympathetic " Posey " The reward of a thing well done is to have done it. " History Club 3; Key Club 3, 4. ELLEN BUCKNER Most Dependable " El” " Stature has nothing to do with brains. " Future Homemakers Club 4; Bible Club 3; Library Club 3; Safety Patrol 1, 2; Folk Dancing 1. JERRY LAWING Best Natured " Blondie ' j " Strength and perseverance can do all things 4-H Club 1; Future Farmers Club 1, 2, 4; Hi | tory Club 3, 4. SHIRLEY SUML1N Sweetest " Shirl " " Sing away sorrow; cast away care. " Future Homemakers 4; Bible Club 3; Library Club 3; Safety Patrol 1, 2; Folk Dancing Club 1 . HUGH ROBBINS Most Appealing " Walky " " I d walk a mile for a laugh. " Vice President Class 2; FFA 1, 2,3, 4; 4-H Club 1, 2,3. SENIORS FLOY PYATT Cutest " Flo " " Happiness is a habit; cultivate it. " Library Club 1; Glee Club 1, 2,3; Beta Club 3, Treas. 4; Bible Club 3; Junior Play Usher¬ ette. HAROLD HAWKINS Best Personality " Johnny " " All is well that ends well. " FFA 2,3,4, Treasurer 3. JANE MARLOWE a bcoc time today for tomorrow is not. 1 Folk Dancing 1; Beta Club 4; 7 3; Junior Play; Monogram Club _rses 3; Glee Club 3; Spotlight « I eerleader 4. EDWARD ARROWOOD 1-loaod " Specks " :-.z is more rare than real goodness. ” ■ T ' iis-rer 2; Junior Marshal; Beta Club • -fry Club 3, 4; Bus Driver 4; Annual CHARLOTTE HARRIS Wittiest " Snazzy” ”1 put all my troubles in the bottom of my heart and sit on the lid and smile. ” Safety Patrol 1, 2; Glee Club 1 , 2, 3, Pres. 4; Bible Club 3; Future Homemakers 4; Beta Club 3,4; Handicraft Club 2; Spotlight Staff 4; Usherette Junior Play. RONALD DECK Most Studious " Decky-Boy " " The more we study, the more we discover our ignorance. " Bible Club 3; Bus Driver 4; Student Patrol 4; Annual Staff 4. SENIORS PATSY LAWING Shyest " Pat " It is the wise head that makes a still tongue. " Handicraft 1, 2; Bible Club 3; Glee Club 3; Future Homemakers 4. BILL BARBER Cutest " Reid’i " Let us so live that when we die, even the un¬ dertaker will be sorry. " Key Club 3,4, Vice Pres. 3,4; Student Councij 1, 2, 3, 4; Junior Play; Basketball 4; Class Pres. j 2; Spotlight Staff 4; History Club 3; Varsity Chi 4. VERGE TYO Most Thoughtful " Verge " " A quiet, pleasant manner wins many friends. " Glee Club 1; Folk Dancing 1; 4-H Club 3; Handi¬ craft Club 2; Future Nurses Club 3.4, Reporter 4. DONALD SWANN Wittiest " Noah " " All great men are dying; I don’t feel so well myself. " FFA 1, 2, 4; History Club 4; Glee Club 2, 3; Spot¬ light Staff 4. BETTY CHATHAM Friendliest " Betz " " Forget not the past but make the best of the future. " Library Club 2; Beta 3, 4; Bible Club 3; Annua ' . Staff 4; Future Nurses Club 4, Secretary and Treasurer 4. BOBBY SIMMONS Most Humorous " Reggie " " I love a joke that pats one fellow on the bacl while it kicks the other fellow down the stairs. Glee Club 1, 2, 3; Safety Patrol 2,3; History Club 4; 4-H Club 1, 2,3,4. Jg j I ' • t . MMF i Htt jr K --Vice Presidt - Secretary-Treasu .Re JACK MARLOW. HAZEL POTEAT - PEARL DUVAL- WADE NANNEY - - NBfe um JUNIORS KATHRYN MORGAN IMA PRICE GENE RUMFELT BILL RUMFELT BARBARA CLEW IS FRANCES WILLIS BETTY LAWING RICHARD BUCHANNAN BARBARA DIXON HOKE MORGAN JEAN HAYNES ANNE CLEMENTS PEARL DUVAL IVEY BLEDSOE HANNA McINTOSH JUNIORS MARIE LAUGHRIDGE BOBBY BOWMAN BETTY WESTMORELAND REECE PRICE JOYCE RIDDLE DEAN EVANS JO ANN GUYTON JIM PYATT OLENE STEVENSON DAVID HENSLEY JEAN KISER JACK MARLOWE BOBBY BARNES MARY FAYE HAWKINS JOHNNY COLE JUNIORS GEORGE TAYLOR CHRISTINE GIBBS RAY GREER HAZEL POTEAT RONALD HOLLAND IVIS CONNER GRACE HALL PAT TAYLOR BARBARA HARRIS SOPHOMORE CLASS OFFICERS CAROL HEMPHILL - - - RAY DEAN ARROWOOD SHIRLEY LYTLE HAROLD CHILDERS - - PAT ALLISON. LINDA MASHBURN - - SAM YOUNG . -- Reporter --Reporter - - - — Vice President -President --Reporter -Reporter Secretary and Treasurer SOPHOMORES Claries Arrowood J:se seine Kay lor Esgece Cable VUr. Joyce Holland ascita Wiseman H- .er Baker Hirclyn Ballard I-reee Sumlin Gerald Thomas • arraret Hawkins vL G. Fox Fuel Ledbetter Thelma Mashbum Phillip Guffey Karene Poteat Jerry Gordon Charles McFalls Janice Cable David Toney Pat Allison Ruby Robinson Leroy Reel Helen Mitchell Bobbie Jean Conner Glenda Carswell Shirley Lytle Mary Greer Betty Jo Reel Reba Robinette SOPHOMORES Barbara Rumfelt Lois Finley Darlene Gillespie Pat Parker Lee Hensley Olis Lawing Jean Rhom Joel Lanning - - President. Vice President - - Secretary -Treasurer BILL rSACCS - - GENE HOLLAND GROVER KISER - HAROLD DEAN 5 FRESHMEN Ronnie Hensley Ruth Bartlett Grover Kiser Pat Hughes Jimmy Lawing Glenda Rayburn Arnold Jordon Elizabeth Rhom Harold Pace Susie Buchanan Cecil Baker Hazel Smith Joe Poteat Ann Lawing Bobby Gardner » skins Kick " " -A.. FRESHMEN Ava Lawing Cecil Parker Elsie Connor Marie Reel Cecil Clark Gene Holland Shirley Arrowood Robert Marlowe Glenna Cable Frank Lawing Annette Deck Glen Robbins Peggy Lane Earl Reel Jane Taylor David Ledbetter Frances Rhora Donald Painter Mabel Baker Eugene Morgan Jeannie Ward Junior Lawing Patsy Cauthen Kenneth Nickols Carolyn Jamison Harold Suttles Joanne Shelton Jimmy Hughes Vena Gilliam Bill Isaacs jmm w?sge i FRESHMEN Donald Hunter Louise Willis Johnny Riddle Joyce Rhom Donald Sparks Barbara Bowman Clifford Harris Tressie Westmoreland Max Holland Lucy La wing Sonny Dale Ronald McKinney Jeanette Morgan George Duncan Bobby Evans Padgett Greggory " G. Proctor ss r» W oody Hi , ,.v Donald Floyd Clyde Mitchell Joseph Reese Glenn Cline Willie Hughes Joe B. Cline Jesse Greene Charles Tallent Bruce Chrisawn Richard Duckworth Robert Reep Vernon Jennings Harold Rumfelt Darwin Lingafelt Floyd Brooks Phifer Pearson Paul Poole Troy Allison James Buchanan Harold Martin Jerry Cline Robert Hennessee Paul Jolly Cliffordd Seagle Dee Styles Ralph England Roby Hicks Bobby Berryhill Learies Clay . i si Ellington . ' ires Hall r-eioui Ellis Troy Morris Charles Duncan Earl Watts w illie B. Anglin Charles P. Ledford Lloyd Scott George Hildebran Clyde Denton Tranis Moody Luther Dalton Pandolph Autry John Church Pooald Byrd Carrol Blackburn .eooard Cheek Willie B. Anglin Walton C. Duncan Habert Burgin Paul D. E. Duncan Paul Birchfield Edward Elliott Dewitt kiddle Seraerd Reel lames Robbins James Randolph Lindy Styles Jack Scott I. B. Taylor James Proctor Not Pictured Clifford Elliott Carl Frady Kenneth Greene James Gallion Bill Gallion Frank Gilliam Howard Gurley Clifford Hipps Carl Hicks Rupert Hall Ralph Hall Dean Hughes Richard Rose Vernon Poteat Billy Wilson Robert McIntosh James Shehan James Garland Cecil Mace TildenF. Mull Donald Jenkins Darwin Lingafelt Charles Lowery Frank Lail Paul Lawing George Greene Alvin Fox Coy Suttle Billy Sparks Harold Brown Thomas L. Hogan C. J. Hensley Johnny Russ Edwin Bowman Dwight Berry Howard O. Ward Geter Hensley William Gilliam Donald Smith Walter Hensley Earl Johnson Ray Lytle Floyd Lunsford Dewitt Mace Guy Moody Elridge McWhirt Kenneth McWhirt Carl Owensby Ray Ponder Wayne Plemmons Robert Poteat Jimmy Pollard Bryce Pilkey Lawrence Queene David Queene Wallace Rhom Shirrl Randolph Wilfred Robinson George Riddle Ned Cline « » +• . . ,t i rturf a i wi M - • l,„ . r . 09 - ' - - ■»»♦ »»-»• « »«= ■♦ ■ - TH CAROLINA PUBLI iluLiliil-Jii-1 li1111 i i " ' " . ' ft ' " 8 --»- •- 0—»— IQTI .r.Wilrtl..-. Ml POWELL COUNTY " 3? i - ’ -- .4 - z y J . ' EIGHTH GRADE SUPERLATIVE I « ' •• ' ,. " ’’ - • ' . ' . 4 »;••’, i .. ' ' ' . •• v ;. ■; - ‘ 1 i ' s BUSTER PYATT PHILLIS SMITH JOE KOONE SUE LUSK mu- M SUB-FRESHMEN Floyd Bright Peggy Patrick Billy Anderson Irene Hall Ervin Waycaster Lorene Grindstaff Junior Rhom Sue Lusk James Rumfelt Betty W ard Jimmy Morgan Shirley Harvey Reid Morgan Barbara McClure Vernon Morgan Curtis Cosby Allene Kaylor Clell Whitson Nora Jane Sprouse Wade Bolick Ann Arrowood Bryant Jackson Frances Sumlin Billy Westmoreland Sheena Guffey Buddy Parker Myra Anderson Clyde Conner Ethel Stacey Robert Hicks Eula Mae Clark Bobby Gardner Carolyn Davis Jackie Elliot Jimmy Buchanan Louise Cunningham Bill Koone Phyllis Smith Jack Ledford Joanne Anthony Richard Ledford Laura Robinette Leonard Wiggins Frances Poteat Herman Poteat Barbara Sue G allion L. M. Cooke Sally Gallion Carrol Lewis Annie Mae Kelly Phillip Gardner Thelma Radford Bobby Huskins ' “xrr Cable - Gallion Sre da Tyo I: ?-era Aldridge —iada Haynes _arry Tyo • irgaret Marlow Buster Pyatt BeuJah Lawing Billy Marlowe -. 5 - FRESHMEN Carolyn Mitchell Carl Hill Lois Ann Wilkerson Don Barnes Rita Painter ELEMENTARY FACULTY MRS. EDNA HEMPHILL First Grade MISS EMMA McGALLIARD First Grade MISS RUTH YELTON Second Grade MRS. BARBARA ELLIS Second Grade MRS. RUTH HAWKINS Second Grade MRS. CLARA RAYBURN Third Grade MISS FRANCES COLLIS Third Grade MRS. GENOESE PYATT Fourth Grade MISS IVAREA FLACK Fifth Grade MRS. DESSIE LAWING Fifth Grade MRS. LAYLAS EDNEY Fifth and Sixth Grades MISS CHARLINE HEMPHILL Sixth Grade MR. JOHN CROUCH Sixth and Seventh Grades MISS LOUISE METCALF Seventh Grade MRS. JOAN GOODSON Seventh and Eighth Grades MR. LLOYD PHILLIPS Eighth Grade MISS CLAUDYNE JAYNES Eighth Grade MISS RACHEL HUNT Music % kV i " zm.m ' ' k - V-, ' ' 4 ’ FIRST GRADE — MISS EMMA McGALLIARD FIRST GRADE - MRS. EDNA HEMPHILL MRS. BARBARA ELLIS SECOND GRADE SECOND GRADE — MISS RUTH YELTON SECOND GRADE - MRS. RUTH HAWKINS i t THIRD GRADE - MRS. CLARA RAYBURN THIRD GRADE - MISS FRANCES COLLIS FOURTH GRADE - MRS. GENOESE PYATT FOURTH GRADE - MISS IVAREA FLACK FIFTH GRADE — MRS. DESSIE LAWING tW I r 1 ,v ' i A 5 SIXTH GRADE - MISS CHARLINE HEMPHILL FIFTH AND SIXTH GRADES - MRS. LAYLAS EDNEY | } y SEVENTH GRADE - MISS LOUISE METCALF c ’ ' - SIXTH AND SEVENTH GRADES - MR. JOHN P. CROUCH SEVENTH AND EIGHTH GRADES - MRS. JOAN GOODSON JUNIOR 4-H CLUB LUNCHROOM PERSONNEL Mrs. Fred Morris, Mrs. K. M. Eplee, Mrs. Harvey Morgan, Mrs. Lewen Westmoreland, Mrs. Carl Holland Mr. J. P. Michaels and Wade Nanney SPOTLIGHT STAFF ««3aai ifcv STUDENT COUNCIL •; V ' V ? i- : ■ J£jSJ . ,• ' • c • £, SENIOR 4-H CLUB Miss Rachel Hunt, Sponsor; Hannah McIntosh, President; Roemelda Westmoreland, Vice President; Tressie We more land, Secretary-Treasurer. Mrs. Joan Burgin, Sponsor; Alvin Holland, President; Jim Pyatt, Vice President; Roemelda Westmoreland Seer tary-Treasurer. ’ HANDICRAFT CLUB Lriiiher, Sponsor; Thelma Mashburn, President; Marlene Crawley, Vice President; Betty Lawing, Secre- : - . . McKinney, Sponsor; Alvin Holland, President; Irene Hawkins, Vice President; Wade Nanney, Secre ; _rr a:- Harris, Treasurer. HISTORY CLUB BETA CLUB OFFICERS Dorothy Smith, President; Pat Greer, Vice President; Peggy Mashburn, Secretary; Floy Pyatt, Treasurer, , . i i, ■MHpBNMi - 38 1 “y w r f 1 .C ■Sai.sif 0 ' « »H j jp j V i , ■jfri wM :f hhu9T f VL •Jr . £ • V « ■ w r " mf . mV JK fcf i 9 g - 1 1 Aif4 BETA CLUB Miss Margaret Bare, Sponsor KEY CLUB OFFICERS Charles England, President; Bill Barber, Vice President; Donald Poteat, Secretary; Jim Pyatt, Treasurer, KEY CLUB MR. ROBERT GOODSON, Sponsor KEY CLUB 6LENW000 MR. WARREN ELLIS, Sponsor FUTURE TEACHERS tn. Dora Howell, Sponsor; Dorothy Smith, President; Gracie Hall, Vice President; Irma Hensley, Secretary; Peggy iishburn. Treasurer; Vena Gilliam, Reporter. FUTURE NURSES 33. aennie Parker, Sponsor; Genell Whitson, President; Betty Westmoreland, Vice President; Betty Chatham, Secre- ast -Treasurer; Vergie Tyo, Reporter. ft £5 V tA FUTURE FARMER OFFICERS Mr. Robert Goodson, Sponsor; Johnny Cole. President; Howard Vess, Vice President; Pat Taylor, Secretary; George Taylor, Treasurer; Sam Young, Reporter; Hugh Anderson, Sentinel. FUTURE FARMERS -EARNING TO DO DOING TO LEARN EARNING TO LIVE LIVING TO SERVE vMV- % s %: z BUS DRIVERS Jasper Tranthem, Ray Greer, Edward Arrowood, Hugh Robbins, George Taylor, Horace Crawley, Olin Smalley, Ronald Deck, Walter Guffey, Claude Kiser, Jennings Smith, and Sam Marlowe. Dorothy Sm SAreTT rA! KUL rain: Larry Gordon. President; Miss Rachel Hunt, Sponsor ANN CLEMENTS - Vice Pres KATHERN MARLOW - Treasurer BETTY JACKSON - Pres. SHIRLEY LYTLE - CHARLOTTE HARRIS - Program Chairman FUTURE HOMEMAKERS CLUB MRS. MAX ROBINSON, Sponsor .« • A. s We’ve. cjot fhe. coach We’ve 9of the tea m. " I Glenna Cable, Mr. Paul E. Flack, Coach; Leona Aldredge, Mary Greer, Frances Rhom, Louise Willis, JeannieWard, Becky Con- drey, Glenna Cable, Marlene Crawley, Kayree Reel, Hazel Poteat, Doris Hunter, Tressie Westmoreland, Ruby Robinson, Peggy Lane, Pat Greer. DRAGONETTES - FIRST TEAM «KW«IM « « • m-’ • " ' IMD $?: . !■ •» • -‘ " SiP SL— 4 $ - + 4 4 ' hpSN iHtJl?iJJ iisgWW £ t t r ? ■• • -«• ■■ WI jpMWfc- iN Bi W? ■ 4. • • wM» » » WM » » W« ■•- ■ft DRAGONS - SQUAD Earl Woody, Ronald Holland, Claude Kiser, Harold Whitesides, Jim Pyatt, Sam Marlowe, Jack Marlowe, Cecil Kaylor, Richard Buchanan, Gene Holland, Mr. Paul E. Flack, Coach. DRAGONS - STARTING FIVE Cecil Kaylor - Jim Pyatt - Claude Kiser - Ronald Holland AND MISS GLENWOOD PEGGY MASHBURN and JENNINGS SMITH §f§ CHRISTMAS PARADE QUEEN PATRICIA HUGHES MR. AND MISS SENIOR MR. AND MiSS JUNIOR JEAN KISER and DAVID HENSLEY MISS SOPHOMORE SHIRLEY LYTLE MISS FRESHMAN VENA GILLIAM SEVENTH GRADE SUPERLATIVES VERA HOLMES i PATSY WESTMORELAND lecil wood JANICE RUMFELT MISS FUTURE TEACHER LORRAINE HAWKINS H ' fc: HARVEST FESTIVAL KING AND QUEEN PATSY CAUTHEN and HUGH ANDERSON KEY CLUB SWEETHEART KAYREE REEL mmm TEENAGE BOOK CLUB „ u ,, censor- Vena Gilliam, President; Tressie Westmoreland, Vice President; Jane Taylor. Mrs. Dora Howeu, opou»«, vw tary; Joanne r " on. Treasurer. I h ro ujh _ 1 le_ 1 " ' j 11 ' . L fc immtm II, ■-. i... ■ffiPK-Kg nT» ) I t u ESgr“™ ’ gyv f " iL ' ' ' " ’ | m S r; 1 FTP LAST WILL AND TESTAMENT class or -9 }7 Cj Glen wood Hign School, realizing that our days of happiness on this cam¬ pus are approaching an end, do hereby proclaim our WiU and Testament. I We will to the rising seniors all the special activities offered the beloved sponsor, Mrs. Howell. seniors of 57, including our H We acknowledge to the faculty and Mr. Howell our lasting debt of gratitude and a sincere " Thank You " for devoting so much of your time to our welfare. HI I, Floy Pyatt, leave—if Harold Hawkins does. I, Jack Arrowood, leave my future wealth to Ray Greer, providing he’ll work at Blanton’s. I, Leona Aldredge, leave my great admiration for the Junior boys to Marie Laughridge and Hannah McIntosh. We, Horace Crawley and Ronald Deck, leave our ability to wreck buses to Jasper Tranthem. We, Irene Hawkins, Barbara Harris, and Dot Smith, being of sound mind(?) leave our " beauti¬ ful " voices to Barbara Clewis and Jean Haynes. I, Alvin Holland, will my office as president of the senior class to Jack Marlow. I, Irma Hensley, leave my ability to slip off to town at any time that I feel the urge, to Kathym Morgan and Barbara Harris. I, Claude Kiser, will my love for basketball to Jim Pyatt. I, Kayree Reel, leave my love for sports to Hazel Poteat. I, Bob Simmons, leave my mischievous ways to Harold Whitesides. I, Genell Whitson, leave my love for Marion High to Christine Gibbs. I, Clayton McKinney, will my musical talent to W ade Nanney. We, Elizabeth Morgan and Marlene Crawley, leave our ability to have a good time, any place at any time, to Jo Ann Guyton and Lula Belle Ward. 1, Donald Poteat, leave my love for the southern girls to Walter Poteat. We, Betty Chatham and Vergie Tyo, leave our great ability to be pals to Ima Price and Julia Elliott. I, Carlton Sparks, leave my " apple tobacco " to Dean Evans. We, Pat Greer and Bette Jackson, leave our ability to " catch a man " to Edna Ledbetter. I, Olin Smalley, leave my bashfulness to Wayne Bartlett. We, Jearlene Hensley, Ellen Buckner, Shirley Sumlin, and Doris Hunter, leave our love for " Fords " to Jeanne Kiser and Betty Lawing. I, Edward Arrowood, will my love for bus driving to George Taylor. I, Barbara Ross, leave my " wim, wigger, and witality " to Ivis Connor, Zelda Connor, and Blanche Jones. We, Russell Radford and Hugh Anderson, will our ability to skip class to Ivey Bledsoe and David Hensley. I, Roemelda Westmoreland, leave my title as " Most Valuable to the School " and all its charac¬ teristics to my cousin, Betty. I, Jennings Smith, leave " what’s left of Glenwood " to Pat Taylor. We, Mary Rumfelt and Charlotte Harris, leave our love for driving all makes and models of cars to Olene Stevenson and Anne Clements. I, Bill Barber, will all my former parking places on Lake James to Bob Bowman. I Peggy Vess, leave my love for two certain Marion High boys to Gracie Hall. I, Donald Swann, will my love for the Marion girls to Bill Rumfelt. We, Kathern Marlow and Patsy Lawing, leave our love to go skating at the Morganton Skating Rink to Mary Faye Hawkins and Becky Condrey. I, Bobby Cable, leave my love for typing to Hoke Morgan. I, Jane Marlowe, leave my love for dancing to Barbara Dixon and Pearl Duval. I. Walter Guffey, leave all the things I’ve seen through my horn-rimmed glasses to Johnny Blanken¬ ship. I. Peggy Mashbum. leave my love for good-looking guys to Joyce Dockery and Norma Gilliam. FUNERAL AND AMBULANCE SERVICE Phone 2161 220 South Main Street Marion, N. C. Compliments of OLD FORT FINISHING PLANT Old Fort, North Carolina Compliments of CO“I T O M Ml LL Cross Mill Marion, N. C. YOUR SEARCH ENDS Compliments of OTIS L_ . BROYHI LL FURNITURE COMPANY Manufacturers of Bedroom Furniture Marion, North Carolina A if$ a PLEASURE! Compliments of MARI ONI MANUFACTURING CO. Marion, N. C. Compliments of AMERICAN THREAD COMPANY Jft • Compliments of MARSHALL LUMBER CO- ' Marion, North Carolina FURNITURE COM PANY Marion, North Carolina NUTRITIOUS Compliments of BURK E- Mc DOWELL FARMERS DAIRY, INC. With Best Wishes for the Classes of 1956-57 and For Your Best Buy- “Buy Burke”-“None Better” Office: East Meeting Street Morganton, N. C. Reach for WALDENSIAN BAKERIES.. Compliments of Compliments of eckeneod ' s ECONOMY STUDIO AND CAMERA SHOP AUTO SUPPLY Finest in Photographic Service Marion, North Carolina Marion, North Carolina Compliments of DUKE POWER AND EIGHT COMPANY Marion, North Carolina Dodge and Plymouth Cars Dodge Job-Rated Trucks Allis-Chalmers Farm Equipment East Court Street Serving the Piedmont “Serving Marion for Over a Quarter of a Century.” SUBURBAN RULANE GAS Cooking - Heating Water Heating Marion, North Carolina B U I C f ■pn- Compliments of Compliments of Marion HOME BUICK COMPANY LAUNDRY S. Main Street N. Garden St. Marion, North Carolina Marion, North Carolina Compliments of HOLLANDS RAYMOND INDEPENDENT W SERVICE STATION Gas and Oil SMITH Flour and Feed BUILDING CONTRACTOR Route I Marion, N. C. Marion, N. C. Phone 2-3191 W ,. O ' (S®) Compliments of MT. IDA YOUNG AND SERVICE STATION BUCKNER ESSO Futherford Road N. Main Street Marion, N. C. Compliments of T= D. DIXIE GLENN Grading and Hauling HOME STORE Contractors Marion, North Carolina Dial 8441 or 6155 COMMUNITY BUILDERS McDowell CEMENT PRODUCTS CO., INC. Ready-Mixed Concrete Building Blocks Phone 6861 Marion, N. C. Compliments of CLYDE W. RAYBURN District Representative Woodman of the World Glenwood, North Carolina Wide Print Cloth Marion, North Carolina Compliments of LOVEN FURNITURE CO. 6-8 Main Street Dial 28211 Marion, N. C. Compliments of SMITH FURNITURE CO. Marion, N. C. Compliments of Compliments of DIXIE HAYNES CLEANERS JEWELERS Marion, N. C. Watch, Clock and Jewelry Repair Bulova and Elgin Watches Compliments of LAUGHRIDGE proctor ' s FEED STORE FURNITURE COMPANY “Chesterfield Feeds” Marion, N. C. Dial 3421 Marion, N. C. Compliments of R. L. BILTMORE JAMES DAIRY FARMS X SON HOSIERY MILL Marion, N. C. Marion, N. C. GORDON T=. MORRIS Candy - Cake Specialists S. Garden St. Phone 43 91 BUILDERS SUPPLY, INC. “Sweetly Yours” “Everything to Build Anything” Marion, N. C. Marion, N. C. BOTTLING COMPANY Marion, N. C. Compliments u. - hunter ' s FLORIST Marion, N. C. Compliments of Compliments of TAIN 1 fczRS ETTA PAPER BOX COMPANY Marion, N. C. Marion, N. C. HORTON’S Compliments of GULF SERVICE Rutherford Rd .If jimeson ' s HARDWARE ©mu ' Marion, N. C. I] Marion, N. C. Compliments of EIRST sn|gW NATIONIAL Compliments of BANK Marion, N. C. BALLEW MOTOR CO. Compliments of Compliments of GORDON MODE FURNITURE COMPANY SERVICE STATION Marion, N. C. MODE BROTHERS, Props. Groceries - Fresh Meats Gas and Oil Phone 3170 Glenwood, N. C. Compliments of Compliments of EAST COURT WORKMANS GIFT SHOP MOTOR CO. Pontiac GMC Dial 4241 Marion, North Carolina Marion, North Carolina Me CALL ' S YOUNG ' S FUNERAL HOME SHOE STORE Ambulance Service Good Shoes at Reasonable Prices Marion, N. C. Day Phone 2120 - Night 3 671 Marion, North Carolina _l. R. HOLLAND EVANS ' DEPARTMENT STORE Gas and Oils “Home of Quality Merchandise” Groceries and Feed Main St. Glenwood, North Carolina Marion, N. C. L- Good Buys in Schoolwear See THE BARGAIN STORE Marion, N. C. Compliments of C 1 TV- MOTOR CO. Marion, N. C. PVATT JACK MOTOR CO. N ' GENE Auto Repairs Highway 70 3 Miles East of Marion at Clinchfield Underpass Apparel for Women and Children S. Main St. Marion, N. C. Compliments of R. V. HORTON McDowell. SOM MOTOR CO. East Court Street Meats - Groceries Gas and Oil Dial 8461 Marion, N. C. West Marion, N. C. THREE FLOWERS POINT BROTHERS SERVICE STATION General Merchandise 3 Miles South of Marion Auto Service at Intersection of 221 and 26 Groceries - Feed - Gas and Oil Phone 6952 JJuniop 1 ire s West Marion, N. C. BILL GRIFFITH JEWELERS Gorham and Tolle Sterling Marion, N. C. Compliments of ROSELAND FLORIST Marion, N. C. Compliments of BETTY JEAN BEAUTY SHOP Marion, N. C. Compliments of EAST COURT BARBER SHOP Marion, N. C. Compliments of SARAH’S BEAUTY NOOKE 112 State St. Marion, N. C. Compliments of LAKE TAHOMA STEAK HOUSE Compliments of MARION LUNCHEONETTE Marion, N. C. Compliments of LANCE ESSO Marion, N. C. GENE HOLLAND GROCERY Feeds - Flour - Gas - Oil Highway 22 1 Compliments of SPROUSE GROCERY Gulf Gas Mud Cut, N. C, Compliments of LANDIS BROTHERS SUPERETTE East Marion, North Carolina Compliments of MARY LYNN SHOP Marion, N. C. Compliments of WALKERS SELF SERVICE Marion, N. C. Compliments of BEAMAN LUMBER COMPANY Marion, N. C. THE CHILDREN’S SHOP “Lovely Children Want Lovely Clothes” Phone 5842 103 Main St. Marion, N. C. Compliments of ROSES 5-10-25£ STORE OASIS NEWS - SMOKE SHOP Marion, N. C. SMITH BARBER SHOP PYATT OIL COMPANY Marion, N. C. Marion, N. C. BIG DOLLAR FOOD CENTER MARION BARBER SHOP W. Henderson St. P. O. Box 675 Marion WELL’S GROCERY 3 Miles South of Marion Highway 2 6-221 Phone 6153 Compliments of BURGIN HEATING CO. Marion HALL’S BARBER SHOP “For the Men Who Care’’ W. Court St. Marion, North Carolina PILOT HOUSE MOTEL AND RESTAURANT Lobby With TV 3 Miles North of Marion Highway 221 -N.C. 26 WESTERN AUTO ASSOCIATE STORE Marion, North Carolina McCALL-BURGIN HARDWARE COMPANY Radios - Paints - Electrical Supplies Dial 83 51 Marion CITY TIRE APPLIANCE COMPANY Marion, N. C. GREESON AUTO SUPPLY W. Court St. Phone 2-237 Marion, North Carolina Compliments of JOE LONG MILLS CECIL HICKS SHOE SHOP Quality Shoe Repair Work At East Court St. Marion, N. C. Compliments of POLLYANNA CAFE Marion Compliments of GLENWOOD GARAGE Glenwood, N. C. tfmnrrrrmu.. Compliments of sprat - r DRY CLEANERS Marion, North Carolina Compliments of GOUGE PAINT AND GLASS Marion, N. C, Compliments of NUSHUKA STAFF in Appreciation to Our Advertisers and THE PARKWAY PLAYHOUSE Burnsville, N. C. r Ini Vf»rbook« A re TAYLOR MADE TAYLOR PUBLIS HING COMPANY DALLAS TEXAS PM ”
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