Glenwood High School - Nushka Yearbook (Glenwood, NC)

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3P 1 RTH CAROLINA ELEMENTARY a«° HICW I SCHOO FRANK W.HOWELL, PRINCIPAL f ' jjvir . ... ■ - ? - 1111 IllilJl VI 1111 1 GLENWOOD HIGH In the hills of Carolina, Under skies so blue; Stands our dear old Glenwood High School Glorious to view. From the south of great McDowell, Looks she proudly down; Raised against the arch of heaven With the stars for crown. Sound the chorus, speed it onward, Thee, we ' ll never fail; Hail to thee, our Glenwood High School, Hail to thee, all hail! On a campus of eighty -six acres stands the vast plant of Glenwood School. There are four buildings, including twenty-eight classrooms, gymnasium, home economics department, science laboratory, two librar- ies, a lunchroom, and an auditorium. Occupying these classrooms and departments are 778 day students and 29 teachers and 125 night stu- dents and 11 teachers. Twelve school buses trans- port our students an average of 340 miles per day. Our school has an abundance of modem equipment valued at over $60, 000. The total evaluation of the school plant and equipment is approximately a half million dollars. Such a school is a challenge to each of us to live up to the many advantages and opportunities which it affords. HOW OUR SCHOOL HAS GROWN! NEW BUILDING - 1957 Our beautiful new building was com- pleted in the summer of 1957. It consists of a lunchroom, a library, a science de- partment, and a commercial department. AGRICULTURE DEPARTMENT Our agriculture department is one of the best equipped to be found anywhere. It was erected in the summer of 1952. •Ik NEW BUILDING - 1952 This section of the school plant con- sists of a spacious gym, a modem home economics department, two classrooms, and the central heating plant. This is our beloved principal, Mr. Frank W. Howell, friend and consultant for every student who has a problem. With an uncanny ability to see through alibis and excuses, and with a ready humor for any situation, he is a combination of authority, sympathy, and inspiration. Students and teachers who go to Mr. Howell ' s office, go with a feeling that they are paying a call upon a friend, not a dictator. They respect him for his title as principal, and they admire him for his warm, human qualities. Such are the rare qualities of our principal, who never ceases to challenge us to take advantage of our opportunities for an education. We shall always remember his pet phrase; " If you want a beautiful white bungalow with red geraniums in the window, you must get an education first. " SUPERINTENDENT AND SUPERVISOR MELVIN H. TAYLOR Superintendent M. R. NANNEY Chairman MISS MAE RAMSEY Supervisor t i MRS. ERNESTINE LAUGHRIDGE VERNON CRAWLEY RAY WESTMORELAND NORRIS LEWIS SCHOOL COMMITTEE HIGH SCHOOL FACULTY MRS. WILMA B. GREENE A.B., Mars Hill Junior College Appalachian State Teachers ' College English, Dramatics ROBERT GOODS ON B.S., Berea College Vocational Agriculture PAUL EDWIN FLACK A. B. , M. A. , Lenoir Rhyne College University of North Carolina Physical Education, Social Studies MRS. HARRIE DANENHOWER B.A., Florida State College for Women University of Denver, Colorado Montreat College English Major RAYMOND G. LEDBETTER B. A., Lenoir Rhyne College Commercial and Social Studies MRS. BONNIE PARKER A. B. , Carson -Newman College English, French, Mathematics MRS. DORA B. HOWELL, B. S., East Tennessee State College University of North Carolina English, Social Science BHAIN H. MacSORLEY B. S., Asheville-Biltmore College Spring Hill University North Carolina State College Textile Engineering, Mathematics, Economics MRS. JACQUELYN ROBINSON B. S. , Mars Hill College Winthrop College Home Economics, General Science CLYDE C. DAY B.S., M.A. East Tennessee State College Appalachian State College Science I I I I I I I I I I ■■ ■ I I I I 1 1 I I I I I I 1 1 I 1 1 1 I 1 1 i i ■ i i i i 1 1 I ■ • t-mmmmm Mr. Ledbetter instructs a typing class. LIBRARY SCIENCE CLASS Mrs. Wilma B. Greene, Instructor. SCIENCE CLUB Wade Nanney, President; Clifford Harris, Vice President; Leonard Wiggins, Secretary; Johnny Blanken- ship, Treasurer; Mr. Clyde C. Day, Sponsor. PHOTOGRAPHY CLUB Wade Nanney, Manager; Clyde Conner, Johnny Blankenship, Charles England, Jack Ledford, Carl Hill, Bradley Bare, Mr. C. C. Day, Sponsor. lim 11 ti i hi t i Mil i iimi in RONNIE TAYLOR Son of Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Taylor MASCOTS KAY LEDBETTER Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Noland Ledbetter THEME Toward tomorrow - with hope or fear? MOTTO Impossible is un-American. COLORS Green and Gold. FLOWER Carnation CLASS POEM In ' 54 we were Freshmen - Four years to learn our fate, Sophomore year, Junior year, Then the Class of 58. As Tiny Tim said in a book, (And tho ' tiny, he was great, ) His words, " God bless us everyone, ' Asks the Class of ' 58. As graduation time draws near And our future we debate, We wonder what is in store For the Class of ' 58? Soon we leave dear Glenwood High We say to each classmate, " We hope in memory you will hold The Class of ' 58. " llttl nil I11IIIIIIKI1IH i mi SENIORS BETTY MARIE LA WING " It is not how much we have, but how much we enjoy it, that makes happiness. " Handicraft 1, 2, 3, Secretary 4; Glee Club 3; FHA 4. RAY GREER " I ' ll do it or have it done. " Bus Driver 3,4; FFA 3,4, Officer 4; 4-H Club 1,2; Basketball 4; History Club 2; Varsity Club 3; Science Club 1; Junior Varsity 2, 3. BETTY LOUISE WESTMORELAND " Beebe " " If I cannot do great things I can do small things in a great way. " Student Council 2, 3, 4; Beta 3,4, Vice President 4; Future Nurse 2, 3, Vice President 3; Glee Club 2, President 2; Monogram 4; Basket- ball 1,2,4; 4-H Club 1,2, President 2, Medals 1,2; Class Officer 1, 2, 3; Marshal 3, Library Science 3; Annual Staff 4; Honor Roll 1-4. DEAN EVANS " Take care of me; good men are rare. " FFA 1,2,3,4. BARBARA JEAN HARRIS " No matter what your lot in life may be, build something on it. " 4-H Club 1,2; Beta Club 4; Key Club Sweetheart 4; Class Secretary 2,4; Handicraft Club 1, Reporter 1; Glee Club 1,2; Safety Patrol 2, Captain 4; Future Nurses, 3; Future Teachers 3, 4; Annual Staff 4. PAT TAYLOR " After all is said and done, more is said than done. " Bus Driver 4; FFA 1,2,3,4, Sec- retary 3, President 4; Safety Patrol 1. OLENE EDNA STEVENSON " Steve " " The remedies of love she knew by name, for she was worldly wise in that game. " Glee Club 1,2; FTA 3; Library Science 1,2,3,4; Class President 2; History Club 2; Cheerleader 1, 4; Monogram 2; Student Council 3,4; Beta 4; Home Ec 1, 2, 3; Class Secretary 3; Annual Staff 4; 4-H Club 1,2; Honor Roll 4. HAROLD WHITESIDES " Truman " " What I have been taught I have forgotten, what I know I have guessed. FFA 1,2,3,4; History Club 2; Basket- ball 3, 4; Monogram 3, 4. PEGGY REBECCA CONDREY " Becky " " None is so perfect that he may not at times lend an ear to friendly advice. " Marion High 1,2; French 2; Soft- ball 2; Chorus 2; Basketball 3; Monogram Club 3; Pep Squad 4; Annual Staff 4; Library Science 4. RONALD GREGG HOLLAND " Harry " " All is well that ends well. " Basketball 1,2,3,4, All -Tournament 3; Monogram 1, 2, 3, 4; Key Club 4; Vice President 2. SYLVIA CHRISTINE GIBBS " An all-around girl who radiates joy, her only weakness is a blond - headed boy. " Glee Club 1,2; FTA 1,2,3,4; Library Science 3,4; Dramatics 4; Home Ec 1,2,3; 4-H Club 1,2,3. HUGH RICHARD BUCHANAN " Hugo " " All is fair in love and war. " Key Club 2,3,4, Secretary 4; Pres- ident Sophomore Boys 2; Annual Staff 4; 4-H Club 1,2; Basketball, Junior Varsity 2, Varsity 3,4; Mon- ogram Club 3, 4; Bus Driver 4. VIOLA JEAN KISER " You can never tell what I ' ll do next. " Glee Club 1,2; FTA 1; History Club 2; Library Science 1, 2, 3, 4; Cheerleader 3,4; Home Ec 1,2,3; Dramatics 4. CHARLES DAVID HENSLEY " Live fast, die young, and have a good looking corpse. " History Club 2,3, President 2; FFA 1; 4-H Club 1,2,3, President 1; Junior Varsity 1; Library Science 3; Key Club 2, 3; Annual Staff 4. ERNESTINE MARIE LAUGHRIDGE " Kitten " " You must be a dreamer to have a dream come true. " Safety Patrol 1; Class Reporter 1; Spelling Medal 1,3; Home Ec Medal 2; Glee Club 1; Cheerleader 2, 3, 4, Reporter 3; Beta 3,4, Treasurer 4; Library Science 4; FNA 2; Marshal 3; Miss Glenwood Hi 4; FTA 4; Annual Editor 4. JACK WAYNE MARLOWE " My idea of an agreeable person is one who agrees with me. " Monogram 1, 2, 3, President 4; Beta 4; Varsity 1,2, 3,4, All -Tourney 3; Vice President 1; History Club 2; Bus Driver 4; Annual Staff 4; Vice President 3; Student Council 4. JAMES GRAGG PYATT " Klem " " The best things in life are most difficult. " Student Council 1,2,3,4, Vice Pres- ident 3, President 4; Beta 3,4, Pres- ident 4, County Vice President 3; Key Club 3,4, Treasurer 3, Marshal 3, President 1, President 4; Varsity 3,4; Monogram 3,4, Reporter 4; Dramatics 4; Junior-Senior Toast- master 3; County winner FCX Speak- ing Contest 2; Co-Winner World Peace Speaking Contest 3; History Club 2; Junior Varsity 1,2. WAYNE LEO BART LETT " I love life. " Safety Patrol 2, 3,4; Office 4. MELBA FAY HARRIS " I could talk forever. " Glee Club 1,2; 4-H Club 1; Future Teachers 3; Safety Patrol 1,4; Dramatics 4; Cheerleader 4, Re- porter 4; Annual Staff 4; Beta Club 4. BOBBY RAY BOWMAN " A life of pleasure makes even the strongest mind frivolous reality. " Library Science 3; History Club 2, 3; Bus Driver Substitute 3. i EDNA MARIE LEDBETTER " A soft answer turneth away wrath; but grievous words stir up anger. " Glee Club 1,2; 4-H Club 1,2,4; Future Teacher 3, Treasurer 4; Safety Patrol 1, 2,4; Future Nurses 3; Library Science 3. BOBBY BARNES " Bugs " " I believe in work, but I am not in favor of it. " FFA 2,3,4; History Club 2; Varsity Club 2,3,4; Junior Varsity 1. HANNA RUTH McINTOSH " Rascal " " Amor Vincit Omnia " ( Love conquers all. ) 4-H Club 1,2,3,4, President 3, Vice President 4, Medals 1,2,3,4; Glee Club 3; FHA 3; FT A 4; Basketball 1; Beta Club 4; Safety Patrol 2; Library Science 2. WALTER POTEAT " Work fascinates me, I can sit and look at it for hours. " Safety Patrol 1; FFA 2; History Club 3; Library Science 2. in nun CHARLES ENGLAND " Brigum " " All great men are dying; I don ' t feel so well myself. FFA 1,4, Reporter 1; History Club 2,3; Beta Club 3,4, Program Chair- man 4, Mr. Beta 3; Safety Patrol 1,2; Key Club 2,3,4, President 3, 4; Library Club 3; Bus Driver Substitute 4; Hobby Club 1; Mr. Glenwood 4; Science Club 4. ZELDA ANN CONNOR " A smile is the same in all languages. Handicraft Club 1,2,3,4; Glee Club 3; FHA 4, Treasurer 4. MARY IVES CONNOR " Happiness is the goal of life. " Handicraft Club 1; FTA 2,3,4; Glee Club 2, 3. TROY WADE NANNEY " Speedy " " What is not fully understood is not possessed. " President Science Club 4; History Club 2, Secretary 3; Student Coun- cil 3,4; Darkroom Supervisor 4; Beta Club 3,4; Class Reporter 2, 3; History Award 3; All -Around Boy 3; Annual Staff 4; Art Prize 2; Chief Marshal 3. KATHRYN ELIZABETH MORGAN " Kat " " I envy no man that knows more than myself, but pity them that know less. " Basketball 2,4; Monogram 4, Reporter 4; FHA 2; Glee Club 1, 2; 4-H Club 1,3; FTA 1; Annual Staff 4; Class Officer 3. WILEY HOKE MORGAN " I am the fear that frightens me. " Safety Patrol 1, 2, 3, 4; Office Practice 4. BLANCHE ROBERTA JONES " Bunny " " The fountain of beauty is the heart. " Glee Club 2, 3,4; Safety Patrol 1,2; Handicraft Club; FTA 2,3,4; Beta Club 4. AVA JEAN HAYNES " He who aims at nothing always hits it. " Glee Club 1, 2, 3; History Club 2; FHA 3; Know How Club 4. JULIA ANNE ELLIOTT " Red " " Good health and good sense are two of life ' s greatest blessings. " Cheerleader 4; 4-H Club 3,4; Handi- craft Club 1,2,3,4; FNA 3; Library Science 4; Safety Patrol 4; FHA 4; Home Ec 1,2, 3. IMA JEANETTE PRICE " Sparkles " " Where there is hatred let me sow love. " Future Nurses 1,2,3,4; FHA 3; Glee Club 1. JOYCE ALICE DOCKERY " Joy " " Interesting thoughts make a happy person. " Class Vice President 1; FTA 2, Re- presentative of District Convention 3, Vice President 4; Glee Club 1,3; Beta 3,4, Secretary 4; Marshal 3; Safety Patrol 4. GEORGE TAYLOR " Our opportunities to do good are our talents. " FFA 2,3,4; FFA Officer 2,3,4; Bus Driver 3,4; Science Club 1; Library Science 3. ELIZABETH ANNE CLEMENTS " Laugh and the world laughs with you; Frown and you wrinkle your face. " Glee Club 1,2,3; FHA Vice Pres- ident 2, President 4; Handicraft 4; Safety Patrol 4; Library Science 1, 3; Know-How 4; Stamp Club 1. GRACIE ELLEN HALL " Joe " " Laugh while you can. Everything has its time. " Safety Patrol 1; Glee Club 1, 2, 3; FT A 2,3,4, Vice President 3, Pres- ident 4; President NCEA County Council 4. BARBARA ANN DIXON " Bob " " I have a heart with room for every joy. " Glee Club 1, 2, 3; 4-H Club 1, 3, 4; FNA 2; Library Science 1,2; FHA 3,4; Social Chairman 4; Disc Jockey Club 4. EDWARD MAURICE PRICE " Reece " " I ' m not lazy, I ' m just saving my energy. " Science Club 1; Glee Club 1,2; History Club 2, 3. MARY PEARL DUVAL " Pearlie " " A smile is like a summer rose. " Glee Club 1, 2, 3; 4-H Club 1, 3, 4; Safety Patrol 1,2; Class Reporter 3; Know-How Club 4; President of FHA 3,4; Library Science 1, 2. JOHNNY ARLEY BLANKENSHIP " Andy " " Fools wander, but a wise man travels. Photography Club 2; History Club 3; Key Club 3, 4, Vice President 4; Science Club 4, Treasurer 4. BARBARA ANN CLE WIS " Bobbi " " Pray you use your freedom, and if you please, allow me mine. " Safety Patrol 1; Glee Club 1, 2, 3; History Club 2; FHA 3; Know-How Club 4. GEORGE BRENDLE " It ain ' t the size or strength that makes a man, it ' s brains. " Sand Hill High School 1; Glee Club ; 4-H Club; Band; Reynolds High School 2; Biltmore High School 3; Glee Club; Baseball; Shop; Glen- wood High School 4; Know-How Club; Dramatics; Voice. HAZEL PEARL POTEAT " Tater " " The first step to knowledge is to know that we are ignorant. " Student Council 1, 2, 3, 4; Beta Club 4; Glee Club 1,2; Basketball 1,2,3,4; Home Ec Medal 1; FTN 2; Monogram Club 3, 4; 4-H Club 1,3; Class Officer 1,2, 3,4; Honor Roll 4; Annual Staff 4. MILDRED STACEY " What do we live for, if it is not to make life less difficult to each other? " Glee Club 1, 2, 3; 4-H Club 1, 2, 3; Future Nurses 3; FHA 1,2,3; Know- How Club 4; Safety Patrol 1; CARL DEATON " Men of few words are the best men. " Four years in the Navy. JASPER TRANTHEM Bus Driver; FFA. VETERANS ' SCHOOL UNDERCLASSMEN James Biddix Bill Phillips Phillip Boone Freddie Jennings Charles Phillips Cecil Webb Bobby Painter Frank Harklerode Dean Maine r James Deyton Douglas Durham William Arrington Lloyd Rose Edward Shuford Charles Fincannon Tommy Ross Connie Triplett Joe Thomas Jack Marlowe Kyle Connor — D £1 fiMHHBHHHHffiMflHHHHII I Hi Dean Fender Charles Dale Luther Berryhill Thad Style Jason Cox Lucas Hall Hoskey Poteat Jack Hendricks Ernest Williams Lewis Owens Charles Ford Millard Johnson Manley Ledford Henry McKee Ben McNeeley Warren Arrowood James Hensley Junior Allison James Mills Charles P. Ledford JUNIORS EUGENE CABLE DORA BURTON HAROLD CHILDERS LEE HENS LEY CHARLES ARROWOOD ETHEL LEDBETTER BILL ANDERSON MARY GREER OLIVER BAKER MARY JOYCE HOLLAND SAM YOUNG KARENE POTEAT ray dean arrowood phyllis koone david Mcintosh ANGELINE SMITH CHARLES McFALLS SHIRLEY LYTLE JAMES BARE CAROLYN BALLARD DAVID TONEY JUANITA WISEMAN EMERSON JACKSON VIRGINIA MACE JEAN RHOM M. G. FOX PAT PARKER BETTY JO REEL HAL BAKER RUBY ROBINSON THELMA MASHBURN CAROLL HEMPHILL KEY CLUB SWEETHEART SOPHOMORES Donald Sparks Lorraine Hawkins Junior L awing Jeanette Hall Patsy Cauthen Howard Woody Margaret Rhom Clifford Harris Jimmie Hughes Glenda Rayburn Ronnie Houck Elsie Conner Patricia Hughes Ronnie McKinney Jeanne Ward Gene Holland Bill Isaacs Annette Deck Robert Marlowe Peggy Lane SOPHOMORES Raymond Roper Frances Rhom George Duncan Lucy Lawing Jane Autrey Cecil Clark Jane Taylor Harold Dean Suttle Louise Willis Lanny Condrey Glenna Cable Donald Hunter Bobby Evans Marie Reel Billy Gardener Jo Ann Shelton Grover Kiser Karene Morgan Buddy Duncan Elizabeth Rhom SOPHOMORES Shirley Arrowood Jerry Higdon Ava Mae Lawing Tommy Hensley Eugene Morgan Carolyn Watkins Bobby Vaughn Mabel Baker Joyce Rhom James Moore Vena Gilliam Earl Reel Max Holland Ida Pace J. D. Proctor Hazel Smith Jeanette Morgan Aaron Ezell Tressie Westmoreland Johnny Riddle i in iiu SOPHOMORES FRESHMEN Benny Rash Billy Marlowe Sheena Guffey Bryant Jackson L. M. Cook Margaret Marlowe Carl Hill Annie Mae Kelly Beulah Lawing Jack Ledford Carolyn Mitchell Robert Barnes Donald Barnes Nora Jane McKinney Clyde Conner Irene Hall Ann Arrowood Floyd Bright Brenda Tyo Bill Koone Re id Morgan Mary Cable Junior Rhom Linda Haynes ifiiirv FRESHMEN Carol Lewis Lois Ann Wilkerson Larry Tyo Frances Sumlin Rita Painter Vernon Morgan Eula Mae Clark Jimmy Morgan Jackie Elliott Barbara McClure Bradley Bare Joan Anthony Barbara Gallion Buddy Parker Shirley Harvey CLell Whitson Billy Westmoreland Allene Kay lor Ervin Waycaster Myra Anderson Ethel St ace y Herman Poteat Carolyn Davis Leonard Wiggins SUB-FRESHMEN Carl Ledford Rosa Marie Suttles Max Lanning Fredia Lewis Frances Radford Ed Laney Elizabeth Lane Carmel Carroway Warren Ramsey Lola Suttles Jimmy Raybum Ruthella Hawkins Lois Arrowood Bobby Poteat Shirley Watkins Jim Condrey Robert Taylor Margie Newton J. C. Roberts Mary Lou Radford Maxine Hawkins Dean Gardner Glenda Cannon Eddie McFalls SUB-FRESHMEN Blonnie Gilliam Bobby Sparks Donnie Aldridge Leroy Stevenson Dennis Barrier Ivarea Ledbetter Carl Lusk Joyce Smith Barbara Pyatt Tommy Buchanan Virginia Nichols Johnny Seaman Charles Radford Patsy Westmoreland Thurlan Branch Priscilla Extine Vera Holmes Billy Ramsey Trudy Rhom Kermit Elliott Allan Duncan Carolyn Lawing Wayne Clark Katherine Moody SUB-FRESHMEN Janice Marlowe Freddie Causby Connie Poteat Marshall Baynard John Rash Josephine Burton Jerry Bledsoe Tony Cable Betty Hall Donald Freshour Barbara Cable Douglas Seaman Dennis Moore Eloise Cable Clifton Buckner Jo Ann Kelly Lola Hollifield Larry Lawing Jackie Green J. B. Willis Cecil Foster Janice Rumfelt Frank Proctor Grace Bartlett SUB-FRESHMEN Richard Gardner Texie Bartlett James Mosteller JoAnn Christopher Janice Price Michael Allison Louise Marlowe Carl Morgan Louise Christopher Celia Moore Joann Arrowood Brenda Poteat Beulah Carroway Jeanette Rumfelt Charlotte Sparks Gladys Reel Jimmy Condrey Janie Mae Bowman Martha Rhom ELEMENTARY FACULTY 4 4 MRS. EDNA HEMPHILL First Grade MISS EMMA McGALLIARD First Grade MRS. LALAGE TUCKER Second Grade MRS. RUTH HAWKINS Second - Third Grades MRS. CLARA RAYBURN Third Grade MRS. PEARL AUSTIN Third Grade MRS. GENOESE PYATT Fourth Grade MISS RUTH YELTON Fourth Grade MISS IVAREA FLACK Fifth Grade MRS. DESSIE LA WING Fifth Grade MRS. LAYLAS EDNEY Sixth Grade MISS CHARLINE HEMPHILL Sixth - Seventh Grades MRS. PEARL MORRIS Seventh Grade MISS LOUISE METCALF Seventh Grade MRS. JOAN GOODSON Eighth Grade MR. LLOYD PHILLIPS Eighth Grade MR. GILBERT BYRD Eighth Grade MISS RACHEL HUNT Music MRS. LA VERGNE JEFFRIES Voice and Piano MRS. LALLIE LOUDERMILK Dancing FIRST GRADE— MISS EMMA McGALLIARD V£U l it- I w!J _i_J_ jwLW FIRST GRADE-MRS. EDNA HEMPHILL FOURTH GRADE— MISS RUTH YELTON FIFTH GRADE— MRS. DESSIE LAWING SIXTH AND SEVENTH— MISS CHARLINE HEMPHILL KEY CLUB BETTY WESTMORELAND Vice President BETA CLUB FUTURE HOMEMAKERS Sponsor, MRS. JACQUELYN ROBINSON HANDICRAFT CLUB Co-Sponsors, MRS. JACQUELYN ROBINSON and MRS. BONNIE PARKER. [ I - GLENWOOD ' ■ ... i in KM m jeml 1 " OTP " f — ■■ ■ i FUTURE FARMER OFFICERS Ray Dean Arrowood, Secretary; Ronnie Houck, Reporter; David Mcintosh, Vice President; Johnny Cole, President; Mr. Robert Goodson, Sponsor; Ray Greer, Sentinel; George Taylor, Treasurer. m I M i da as GLENWOOD n FUTURE FARMERS ROBERT GOODSON, Sponsor FUTURE NURSES MRS. BONNIE PARKER, Sponsor Patricia Hughes, President; Joyce Rhom, Vice President; Ann Arrowood, Secretary-Treasurer. GLEE CLUB MISS RACHEL HUNT, Director Peggy Patrick, President; Annette Deck, Vice President; Lucy Lawing, Secretary; Jo-Ann Shelton, Re- porter; Pianists, Glenda Rayburn and Ann Lawing. SENIOR 4-H David Mcintosh, President; Hanna Mcintosh, Vice President; Jim Bare, Reporter; Ronnie Hensley, Secre- tary-Treasurer; Miss Rachel Hunt, Sponsor. JUNIOR 4-H Katherine Moody, President; Carl Lusk, Vice President; Joyce Smith, Secretary-Treasurer; Lola Suttles, Reporter; Patsy Westmoreland and Priscilla Extine, Song Leaders; Mr. G. L. Byrd, Sponsor. BUS DRIVERS Ray Greer, Carol Hemphill, Pat Taylor, Richard Buchanan, Ray Dean Arrowood, Bill Anderson, Harold Dean Suttles, Olis Lawing, Harold Childers, Jack Marlowe, George Taylor, Sam Young. HARVEST FESTIVAL KING AND QUEEN Grammar Grades MICHAEL DOCKERY and JANE GRAGG Primary BILLY MORGAN and DIANE MORGAN Defending Champion t» I en wood Hoys Are (■oing At Fast Clip By JIM KLUTTZ Glen wood High School ' s boys, de- fending county school basketball champions, have been displaying real championship form in recent games as they have cut loose their Offense to turn in some of the greatest scoring displays in county basketball history. When two weeks ago they ran i wild to turn in a 125-56 triumph i over Union Mills in a Rutherford- ' JlcDowell County Conference game it was, as far as available records i show, the highest score ever turn- led in by a team in McDowell ' County. Not only was that a record, bu! the 50 points scored by sharp- shooting Guard Jack Marlowe was also the highest individual total ever made in boys basketball in the county, as far as it could be ascertained. Most of his scoring was done on one-handed jump shots. • . t? o» Since that time the Glenwook -Q 1 boys have added another record— that of the most times to score more than 100 points. They wj over Old Fort by 111-62, a ' ; feated N.C.S.D. Tuesday- 1 101-66. In the last five.? ' have an averse of.J ' game Coaehed boys hav with th ably, in mk and ( ' subs ' ex] Si Guan averaging ; Employing shot that is 1 lowe can alsl dition to hi Union Mills, Fort. Teaming ward Ronali uses a one-Ji; is an expert a! ups. He has a swished in 35 Fort for his top highly consistent player With Marlowe and Holland ing from the outside or driving in, Forward Jim Pyatt, Co-Captain with Marlowe, Center Harold frsides and Guafd Richard an play in close with the using their height to ad- a rebounding. Pyatt is at six feet, three inches, iides less than an inch sr. at six-foot three reserves are called up seeing some action Pat Taylo J e Greer - 6 Mac ,v c won ifc o y loss w ant Gaft y ? GardensX they ran half and t The two tea CA e wood in tbe vj ular season » " a thriller Last season won 18 and through the. with an a 67-3; JIM PYATT (L) and JACK MARLOWE . . , Glenwood co-captains Record-Breaking Noiv ahit With Glenwood and Gene Hol- the action when Vr - M Plnissli : U Glerv »son. G!en Wes ' moreH I palftlme-m- (J») Glenwood (it) Smiln— F (21) C«bl -F J.Ward— F • B.Ward— G Koone — G Buchanan — G Mils: A. Hutchins, Thorn- !oysler a, potaat, B. . WesimortlaiYd. tie. action are Jearwie Royster, Phyllis Smith, .Westmoreland, and Hazel at forwards, and Louise Myra Anderson, Tressie Westmore- land and Ethel Stacy at guards. Betty Westmoreland also plays at guard as well as at forward. Miss Rachel Hunt is coach of the girls, and although their re- cord doesn ' t show as many vic- tories as they ' d like, they ' re im- proving fast, have a lot of team spirit and will give any team they cnmp m against a hard time. Bo(k ' s lineup: 111-62, night whipped a team, 101-66. Th another record team to score: points three ti Spearheading Marlowe, wh points per one-hand edj very acet well. In against |gainst Old ' Teaming i N.C.S.D. (65) ! F-Walian; 27 i F— N. Caudle 4 C— Handy 16 i G— S. Caudle ! ! G— Pless , (101 ) Glenwood i IS Pyatt j 23 R. t Holland : 22 Whiteside.? j 15 Buchanan I 2- Marlowe : Boys Lineups: Union Mills (St) (1U Gtsr. (21) Hollend- (1«) eNatl- (18) Whltoldev- -A.MeCormiek (4) F— Willis. ( ) C— Hall 04) G— G.McCorrrtick (11) (17) Sueliar.an-G G— Brookmire (101 (511 Marlow--G Subs: Union Mills: Isenhour 7, Barnard 2, Farrell. Halftime: Glenwood 43-26. Officials: Robinson and Lovinoood. enceT team meant?m« his boys are makiii n- • ' 3 the and whvle ; Marlowe In Record Effort As Glenwood Defeats Union Millg(. A Whole Lot v «• V By JIM KLUTTZ Glenwood ' s Jack Marlowe was r than a setting hon on a wool as he swished 51 points (gli the nets to lead his team- nates to a iZ - victory over Union Mills at Glenwood Tuesday ■jigjii after the Glenwood girls had jacked up tli--lr third win of the season by a 38-34 count. Although records aren ' t iirti ate ' y available, Marlowe ' s t of 51 points is thought ti highest individual perforj boys basketball in ti recent years, if not_ record. At the same tim ran up by the Gh should be the higbc 1 run up by a high sc the county — certainly years, although again record not immediately available verify the fact. Marlowe was hittin jump shots from and couldn ' t could his tea hit 17 up the 30 poi m Shooting Glenwood, Cullowhee In Century Mark The Glenwood and Cullowhee boys— possibly the two most B£0_- ficjent high school storing ma- chines to ever perform in V NX- turned in stellar point-making shows last night. Both scored 101 points in downing unfortu- nate opponents. Glenwood, McDowell County power, completely dominated play in beating North Carolina School for the Deaf, Ifll-tv. Al five starters hit 15 points better. By RICHARD MORRIS Citizen-Times Sportt Writer A dream doubieheader for basketball fans who love r gh scoring games would be to pit the Glenwood boys gainst Cullowhee ' s unbeaten quint with Chinquapin or) Beaulaville of Duplin County meeting Franklin lien wood High Roys lit 100-Pin Poi ii ird lime In By JIM KLUTTZ h School ' s boys b; way at Glenwoox i iQi ' -rlup pftint. gfl strong N.CS.I girls had ed off of a doubieheader postponed last Fri- d the weather, the Glenwood teams divid- ith Eilenboro at Ellenboro Monday night, iris falling by a 54-30 count to the strong tenwood boys triumphing by really better than in the Union Mill game week before last which they won by a count of 125-56. - High Average For the pa ' -t five games the y h;i " ve " a:i 2v::ra : of ti.Xi points 1 game against Ability to con both backboard: day night ' s ga Harold Whites five fields goal Slow The Glenwo; the amazing t to a slow star 15 points in th broke loose fo f lenwoo Second 100-Point Game Tuesday Night Gl j ing ra er the defea takin night. Co-Captain Jack Marlowe, who has been averaging better than 23 points per game so far was once more the scoring leader for the Glenwood team, hitting for 40 points. Against Union Mills Mar- lowe scored what is thought to be a county record of 51 points with his one-handed jump shots drive-ins for layups. Howeve didn ' t have the scoring all to self, for teammate the the rebour strategy would noA Tuesday night. The Old Fort boys almost ml ed the Glenwood sharp shooters for a while, but fell behind and By JIM KLUTTZ High School ' s boys went on another scor- dght at Glenwood as they went ov- second night in a wecK to : 62, with the old Fort girls i | andi at forward, swis 35 points through the lenwood de-|cr Harold Whitsides previous and Richard Bu ilds as through with 11 pg wild Co-Captnin J were most of the g more injury sust day be for stituted li fine perfor much shoot the time set ching rebounds. Thev added 25 more in the third, and " then dropped in 33 more ill j the final period. Finest Performance : d girls turned in one performances of the trooping a close, [he strong visit- jo point in the have an n seven ermis ' ,vere the Glen slftimc de- that would lead at the DSt games., Indians at- Khe score down lUght freeze and opportunity for failed to halt achine which was old Fort «}) F-Grindtfiifl (I) F- Porttr (13) C-Smith G -Carver 121) G-Hensl«v («. Subs: Old Fori— Rhinehwt i. L«vend»r G!eiwood--Pv«tt 4, G. Hrllond 4, 2. 16 nan IS. | Glenwood ' Id Fort, 11 econd time :n which Glenwood. 100 points. The for the strong ulted in a l25-5fe ion Mills. In that game Marlowe accounted for " l nts. Against Old Fort the tal- ed forward accounted for Ronald Holland chipped mm DRAGON ETTES— SQUAD Mr. Paul E. Flack, Coach; Mr. Bhain MacSorley, Assistant Coach. DRAGON ETTES— STARTING SIX Jeanne Ward, Susie Buchanan, Glenna Cable, Angeline Smith, Louise Willis, Tressie Westmorel MB MMW— Ml— M — 111— ■ M M ■ Mill! II i DRAGONS— SQUAD Mr. Paul E. Flack, Coach; Mr. Bhain MacSorley, Assistant Coach. DRAGONS— STARTING FIVE Harold Whitesides, Ronald Holland, Jack Marlowe, Richard Buchanan, Jim Pyatt. LAST WILL AND TESTAMENT Realizing that our happy moments at Glenwood High School are coming to an end, we, the Senior Class of 1958, wish to make our last will and testament. I To our beloved high school, we leave our fondest wishes and dreams of growth and success for the future. n To our esteemed Principal and Faculty, we leave our gratitude for patience and helpfulness during our school years. ni To the underclassmen, we will our ability to become Seniors. We, Kathryn Morgan and Hazel Poteat, leave our love for basketball to Angelene Smith. I, Hoke Morgan, will my size to Hal Baker. We, Dean Evans and George Taylor, leave our love for shop to Harold Childers and Oliver Baker. I, Harold Whitesides, will my worn -out basketball shoes to Sam Young. We, Becky Condrey and Christine Gibbs, with our love of Tommy and Richard, leave Glenwood.. I, Olene Stevenson, leave my love for fun to everyone. I, Ronald Holland, will my " Casanova Ways " to Charles McFalls. I, Jean Kiser, leave my love for going steady to Linda Mashburn. I, Ray Greer, will my bachelorhood to Olis Lawing and Eugene Sumlin. I, Barbara Clewis, leave my preference to drive Ford cars to Shirley Lytle. I, Mildred Stacey, will my ability to get a boy any time and anywhere to Josephine Kaylor, Pat Parker, and Dora Ann Burton. I, Richard Buchanan, leave my wolf calls to David Mcintosh. I, Joyce Dockery, will my love for good-looking boys to Pat Allison. I, Ives Connor, leave my glasses and quiet ways to Mary Joyce Holland. I, Bob Bowman, leave my ability to get into everything to M. G. Fox. I, Barbara Dixon, will my quiet (?) ways to Jean Rhom and Virginia Mace. We, Zelda Connor and Betty Lawing, will our close companionship to Thelma Mashburn and Janice Cable. I, Julia Ann Elliott, leave my auburn hair to Eugene Cable. I, Reece Price, will my love for school to David Toney. I, Jack Marlowe, leave my intelligence and left hand to Glen Greer. I, Pat Taylor, will my desire to date blondes to Carroll Hemphill. I, Bobby Barnes, leave my ability to lay out of class to Charles Arrowood. I, Betty Westmoreland, will my ability to tell jokes to Phyllis Koone. I, Marie Laughridge, leave my mischievous ways to Barbara Royster and Ethel Ledbetter, if they can live up to them. I, Walter Poteat, will my shy ways to Joel Lanning. I, Ima Price, leave my office practice to Ruby Robinson and Juanita Wiseman. We, Melba Harris and Edna Ledbetter, leave - gladly! I, Charles England, will my love for beautiful girls to James Bare and Phillip Guffey. I, Jean Haynes, leave my sincere ways to Bobby Jean Connor. I, Anne Clements, will my talkative ways to Betty Jo Reel. I, Pearle Duval, will my flirting eyes to Carolyn Ballard. I, David Hensley, leave Glenwood. ( I hope. ) I, Wayne Bartlett, leave my sense of humor to Bill Anderson. I, George Brendle, leave my singing lessons to Jerry Gordon. We, Blanche Jones and Gracie Hall, leave our love for teaching to Lee Hensley and Glynda Carswell. I, Hanna Mcintosh, will my messy locker to Mary Greer. I, Wade Nanney, leave my brains to Karene Poteat. I, Jim Pyatt, will my important (?) positions to Ray Dean Arrowood. I, Carl Deaton, leave my love for high school to Glen Bowman. I, Johnny Blankenship, will my experience in Super Markets to Emerson Jackson. TOWARD TOMORROW WITH HOPE OR FEAR? I " ... She is the best school in the land, we know, And perhaps that ' s why we love her so. " These words close our yearbook. We have tried to interpret our school to you in picture and story; and in so doing, we know that we shall always carry precious memories of the happy days at Glenwood High. As we Seniors step out of school days into the future, our hope for our school shall always be: " To keep her always on top is our aim; And come back some day when we all get wealth and fame. AMBULANCE 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 CROSS COTTON MILL Cross Mill Marion, N. C. Compliments of AMERICAN THREAD COMPANY Compliments of MARSHALL LUMBER CO. Marion, N. C. DREXEL FURNITURE COMPANY Marion, North Carolina YOUR SEARCH ENDS COMPLIMENTS OF OTIS L_. BROYH I LL_ FURNITURE COMPANY Manufacturers of Bedroom Furniture Marion, North Carolina COMPLIMENTS OF MARION M AN UF ACT UR I NG CO. Marion, N. C. BURNSVIL.LJE SCHOOL OF FINE ARTS OF UNIVERSITY OF MIAMI AND THE PARKWAY PLAYHOUSE Burnsville, N. C. HAWKINS LUMBER CO. Marion, North Carolina 5T jSgV V ENN MOTOR COMPANY Marion, North Carolina EVAN? DEPARTMENT STORE Main St. Marion, North Carolina TO GREATER VALUES HENSLEY HOSIERY MILL Marion, North Carolina W G- MARLOWE Groceries - Gas - Feeds Glenwood, N. C. Compliments of BRADLEY ' S SUPERETTE Baldwin Avenue Marion, North Carolina Compliments of EAST COURT BARBER SHOP M arion, North Carolina Compliments of BROWN ' S SUPER SERVICE Marion, N. C. Compliments of BETTY JEAN BEAUTY SHOP Marion, N. C. Compliments of " DUKE POWER AND LIGHT COMPANY Serving the Piedmont MOTORS, INC. Marion, North Carolina Dodge and Plymouth Cars Dodge Job-Rated Trucks Allis-Chalmers Farm Equipment East Court Street SAVE WITH COMMUNITY BUILDERS Mcdowell CEMENT PRODUCTS CO., INC, Ready-Mixed Concrete Building Blocks Phone 6861 Marion, N. C. SUBURBAN RULANE GAS Cooking - Heating Water Heating Marion, North Carolina HELPING TO BUILd BELK- WbkOOME m " Home of L Better M m Values ' MANUFACTURING CO Marion, N. C. Wide Print Cloth Marion, North Carolina _J. R. HOLLAND CALL Gas and Oils Groceries and Feed Glenwood, North Carolina IDEAL CLEANERS x none i t.o i Marion, North Carolina Compliments of CLYDE W. RAYBURN District Representative WOODMAN OF THE WORLD t= LOWERS BROTHERS General Merchandise Auto Service Dunlop Tires Glenwood, North Carolina West Marion, N. C. A. BLANTON GROCERY CO. Wholesale Grocers Marion, N. C. A HOSIERY MIL. Old Fort, N. C L DEPENDABLE DRUGGIST S===Z TAIN I tRS Marion, North Carolina Setter Value4 { YOUNGS jjj SHOE STORE U STOPi " " R . V U SAWf HORTON m at % SON West Marion, N. C. MARION FINANCE CO. TS Marion, N. C. lf ETTA PAPER BOX CO. Marion, N. C. WBRM Law City mmocoitm Co. MARCH N.C " R. I_. CON LEV NORTON S FURNITURE COMPANY GULF PRODUCTS DISTRIBUTOR Marion, N. C. Old Fort, N. C. STOP HOLLANDS INDEPENDENT SERVICE STATION Route 1 Marion, N. C. and HUGHE SAVE DEPARTMENT uj AT STORE Old Fort, North Carolina OIL CO. U I MESON HARDWARE Marion, N. C. Marion, N. C, £sso DEALER YOUNG ESSO SERVICE N. Main St. Marion, N. C, " DIXIE CLEANERS Marion, N. C, BUICE WINN- DIX IH Marion, North Carolina BUICK COMPANY N. Garden St. Marion, N. C. FURNITURE CO. Marion, N. C. NATIONAL. BANK Marion, N. C. FLORIST Marion, N. C. H. 2r S RECAPPING Marion, N. C. WORK MANS Z)T GIFT SHOP t , j Marion, N. C. BOTTLING COMPANY Marion, N. C. • SUPPLY rth Carolina THREE mm ■POINT W SERVICE STATION 3 Miles South of Marion at Intersection of 221 and 26 Phone 6152 IP 1 1 — 1 AUTO Marion, Nc Compliments of BALLEW MOTOR CO. ■PH|1_L.I " PS 66 South Main St. Marion, N. C. CITV- MOTOR CO. Marion, N. C. If) POVTIAf EAST COURT Marion, North Carolina T SNI liiiiiiSff I m P ' ROCTO ' R FEED STORE Marion, North Carol ina BUILDERS SUPPLY, INC , Phone 4391 Marion " R. L. X- SON HOSIERY MILL Marion, N. C. HOLLANDS GROCERY SERVICE STATION Route 1 Marion, N. C. GLENWOOD STEP CO, GOUGE PAINT GLASS Marion, N. C. Glenwood, N. C, F. " D. GLENN Compliments of GRADING AND HAULING CONTRACTORS Dial 8441 or 6 155 FURNITURE COMPANY Marion, N. C. Compliments of BURGIN HEATING CO Marion Compliments of MARION LUNCHEONETTE Marion, North Carolina Compliments of TERMINAL GRILL Marion Compliments of LONGS HOSIERY MILL Marion Compliments of SMITH ' S BARBER SHOP Marion Compliments of CAROLINA TIRE COMPANY Marion Compliments of LANCE ESSO STATION Marion Compliments of CATAWBA GRILL Marion, North Carolina Compliments of ALLISONS DUTCH GRILL Marion GENE HOLLAND GROCERY Feeds - Flour - Gas - Oil Highway 221 Compliments of McCALL BURGIN HARDWARE C d A " P AM Y Dial 8351 Marion MARETT-PHARR CLOTHING " Quality Men ' s Wear " Marion, N. C. Compliments of HAYNES JEWELERS Diamonds - Watches and Jewelry Compliments of COMMUNITY CREDIT Marion, N. C. Compliments of GREESON AUTO SUPPLY Marion, North Carolina Compliments of ROBINSON ' S CLOTHING Marion, N. C. Compliments of SARAH ' S BEAUTY NOOKE 112 State St. Marion, N. C. Compliments of FCX Marion, North Carolina THE CHILDREN ' S SHOP " Lovely Children Want Lovely Clothes " Phone 5842 103 Main St. Marion, N. C. Compliments of ROSELAND FLORIST Marion, N. C. Compliments of MARY LYNN SHOP Marion, N. C. TELEVISION SERVICE CENTER 25 State St. Phones 5872 or 4197 MARION BARBER SHOP W. Henderson St. Marion Compliments of MARION MOTORS COMPANY East Court St. McCALL-BURGIN HARDWARE COMPANY Radios - Paints - Electrical Supplies Dial 8351 Marion BUDDY ' S DRIVE-IN Sealtest Headquarters Phone 23251 WESTERN AUTO ASSOCIATE STORE Marion, North Carolina Compliments of ROSES 5-10-25$ STORE OASIS NEWS-SMOKE SHOP Marion, N. C. Compliments of DAISY ' S GROCERY West rlenderson Street Compliments of SEAGLES FEED STORE and TROYS CAFE HALL ' S BARBER SHOP " For the Men Who Care " West Court St. Marion, North Carolina BILL GRIFFITH JEWELERS Gorham and Towle Sterling Marion, N. C. Cjrtt A Bouquet W 1 HOSIERY Marion, North Carolina JACK N ' Apparel for Women and Children S. 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