Glenwood High School - Nushka Yearbook (Glenwood, NC)

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• CcHjrrtyPubfteUMBfV ® n. NC 28752 lenwood High School Glenwood, North Carolina Nushka 1959 Presented by The Senior Class The Senior Class presents to you, the students of Glenwood, the 1959 NUSHKA as a tangible reminder of this school year. " School days are happy days . . . " and all that remains of a school year after graduation is memories. Our aim in editing this book has been to give you a pictorial record to help you sustain these memories of GLENWOOD. Table of Contents G lenwood High School L eaders E Iders N eophytes W arf arers O riginals o rganizations D onors " To have a good friend is one of the highest delights of life. " This true friend and teacher we have had throughout our high school years in the person of MRS. BONNIE PARKER, who was our beloved English teacher during our first three years of high school. She is never too busy to lend a helping hand to any of us in trouble, regardless of how trivial the problem may seem. For her genuine interest in all of us, for her faith in the ultimate good of us, and for her love and loyalty to our school, we dedicate the 1959 NUSHKA to MRS. BONNIE PARKER, master teacher, true friend. 4 The Superintendent, Supervisor, MELVINH, TAYLOR Superintendent MISS MAE RAMSEY Supervisor School Committee Guy Hensley, Ray Westmoreland, Mrs. Neil Laughridge, Vernon Crawley and Principal lead . . . A great American with the immortal name of Franklin D. Roosevelt once said, " Our schools. . .have always been molds in which we cast the kind of life we wanted. " It is my hope, Dear Seniors, tliat your school has guided and inspired you to mold your lives in such a way that each of you will enrich this great nation of ours and glorify tlie Maker of all mankind. Sincerely, Frank W. Howell 7 CLYDE C. DAY B. S. , M. A. East Tennessee State College Appalachian State Teachers College Science PAUL EDWIN FLACK A.B. , M. A. Lenoir Rhyne College University of North Carolina Physical Education, Social Studies ROBERT GOODSON B.S. Berea College Vocational Agriculture MRS. WILMAB. GREENE A.B., B.S. Mars Hill Junior College Appalachian State Teachers College English, Social Studies An Understandin Faculty Guides MRS. DORA B. HOWELL B. S. East Tennessee State College University of North Carolina English, Social Studies RAYMOND G. LEDBETTER B. A. Lenoir Rhyne College Commercial, Social Studies MRS. BONNIE PARKER A.B. Carson-Newman College English, French, Mathematics WILLIAM THOMAS POOLE A.B. University of Nortli Carolina Mathematics, Social Studies WILLARD JOHN ROBERTS B. S. Asheville-Biltmore Junior College East Carolina College MRS. JACQUELYN ROBINSON B. S. Mars Hill College Winthrop College Home Economics, General Science Senior Class Officers DAVID McINTOSH President KARENE POTEAT Treasurer RAY DEAN ARROWOOD Vice President SHIRLEY LYTLE Secretary Seniors CLARA THELMA MASHBURN ROBERT EUGENE CABLE THELMA KARENE POTEAT DAVID CLAY McINTOSH MARY JOYCE HOLLAND O Glenwood High, true molder of our lives, You ' ve been our ever faithful friend and guide. PHILLIP LLOYD GUFFEY MARTHA LEE HENSLEY WALTER EMERSON JACKSON Dear Alma Mater, thou hast soothed our cries And taught us in Truth alone to abide. MALCOM GROVER FOX BOBBIE JEAN CONNER JAMES ALVIN CLARK ROSA MAE RADFORD JAMES CLARK BARE EMMA JEAN RHOM O Glenwood High, your worth will stand the test, As each new class leaves thy dear halls of fame. WILLIAM RAY ANDERSON BETTY JO REEL RONAL LEE BAXTER PATRICIA VIRGINIA ALLISON THOMAS RAY DEAN ARROWOOD LINDA ANN MASHBURN BOONE Dear High School, may thy name, forever blest, Be hallowed through the ages with proud acclaim. ROBERT GLENN GREER ETHEL JEANETTE LEDBETTER SAMUEL EARNEST YOUNG SHIRLEY ANNE LYTLE HAROLD WAYNE CHILDERS RUBY CHRISTINE ROBINSON The class of ' 59 from thy halls depart; To classmates and teachers we say good-bye. OLIVER HENRY BAKER MARY ELIZABETH GREER JOSEPH EUGENE SUMLIN NELLIE SUE JENKINS THOMAS DAVID TONEY BARBARA ANN ROYSTER A feeling of sadness is in each heart, And in each breast there is a faint sigh. OLIS RAY LAWING SARAH VIRGINIA MACE JERRY CLAY GORDON PHYLLIS REBECCA KOONE WILLIAM HAL BAKER MARY ANGELENE SMITH So we leave with life ' s goals before our eyes. To build the ladders by which we rise. CARROLL WADE HEMPHILL CHARLES LEE ARROWOOD JAMES CHARLES McFALLS Mascots REBECCA ALLISON Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Claude Allison ALLEN YOUNG Son of Mr. and Mrs. R. S. Young Motto ' We build the ladder by which we rise. " Colors Blue and Silver Flower Gardenia Honor MARY ANGELENE SMITH received the " Most Valuable Player in McDowell County Basketball Tour- nament " Award. She alsoreceived " All Midwest Conference (Unani- mous Choice. ) " THELMA KARENE POTEAT was chosen to receive the D. A. R. United States History Award (1957-58) and the D.A. R. Citizenship Award (1958-59). She is McDowell County Beta Club president. In addition to the above honors Karene receives the scholastic praise of being the 1959 Valedictorian. MARY ELIZABETH GREER is re- ognized for her outstanding work as Editor of the 1959 NUSHKA. DAVID CLAY McINTOSH won fourth place in the StateF. F. A. public speaking contest (1956-57); participated in district parliamen- tary procedure contest (1956-57) and district dairy judging (1958- 59). He is Federation F. F. A. Presi- dent. THOMAS RAY DEAN ARROWOOD is honored for his outstanding work in Student Council, Beta Club, and F. F. A. activities. He participated in the state finals in Land Judging (1956-57) and d i St i c t parlia- mentary procedure contest (1956- 57). He was F e d e r at i on F. F. A. secretary (1957-58). Salutes to Ray Dean for scholastic honor in being Salutatorian of 1959. Let there be laughter and sharing of pleasures 1. Stag Line 2. " Catch a falling star " 3. Pajama Party 4. Junior Picnic ' 58 5. Mr. Flack, Chaperon 6. Missing Senior 7-8. April Memories 9. What do we have here 10. Homecoming Banquet ' 58 11. The campus is yours for a day, alumni 12. Teacher ' s pet 13. Senior Mascot 14. I ' m an " angel " 15. School days are happy days 16. Editor ' s ch o i c e 17. Have ' 58 Ford, will travel A most important part of our student body con- stitutes this section of the NUSHKA. The future of Glenwood High School depends on underclassmen who will serve her with loyalty and truth. Junior Class Officers VENA GILLIAM Secretary JOHNNY RIDDLE Treasurer JANE TAYLOR Vice President HAROLD DEAN SUTTLES President Juniors RONALD HOUCK JAMES HUGHES PATRICIA HUGHES DONALD HUNTER BILL ISAACS CAROLYNNE JAMISON GROVER KISER PEGGY LANE ANN LAWING ANN ARROW OOD President BRYANT JACKSON Reporter PHYLLIS SMITH Secretary CLELL WHITSON Vice President BRADLEY BARE DON BARNES JOYCE BRENDLE FLOYD BRIGHT JIMMY BROWN MARY CABLE EULA MAE CLARK CLYDE CONNER L. M. COOK CURTIS COSBY CAROLYN DAVIS JACKIE ELLIOTT BARBARA GALLION SALLY GALLION RONNIE GALLION PHILUP GARDNER SHEENA GUFFEY IRENE HALL SHIRLEY HARVEY LINDA HAYNES BRYANT JACKSON ALLENE KAYLOR JOSEPH KOONE BEULAH LAWING JACK LEDFORD CARROLL LEWIS SUE LUSK MARGARET MARLOWE WILLIAM MARLOW BARBARA McCLURE NORA JANE McKINNEY VERNON MORGAN KENNETH NEWTON RITA PAINTER PEGGY PATRICK HERMAN POTEAT THELMA RADFORD BENNIE RASH JUNIOR RHOM MELVIN SCHRONCE PHYLLIS SMITH ETHEL STAGEY FRANCES SUMLIN BRENDA TYO LARRY TYO RUEL WALKER MARY KATHERINE WARREN BETTY WARD ERVIN WAYCASTER BILL WESTMORELAND CLELL WHITSON NOT PRESENT WHEN PICTURES WERE TAKEN Carl Hill Annie Mae Kelly Jimmy Morgan Re id Morgan James Patrick tmaa mtam EDDIE HAWKINS and DANNY C O G D I LL entertain in Halloween Carnival with " They Go Wild, Simply Wild, Over Me. " First Row, Left to Right: Pamala Caraway, Jerry Gardin, Bruce Austin, Jackie Gardin, Margaret Tucker. Second Row: Rebecca Cannon, Katherine Austin, Brenda Evans, Barbara Kaylor, Linda Simpson, Mrs. Lou- dermilk. Freshmen DENNIS BARRIER MARSHALL BAYNARD JERRY BLEDSOE JANIE MAE BOWMAN SUE BRADLEY THURLAN BRANCH TOMMY BUCHANAN CLIFTON BUCKNER JOSEPHINE BURTON BARBARA CABLE ELOISE CABLE TONY CABLE PAT CALLAHAN GLYNDA CANNON CARMEL CARAWAY FREDDIE CAUSBY JoANN CHRISTOPHER WAYNE CLARK JIM CONDREY JIMMY CONDREY ALLAN DUNCAN KERMIT ELLIOTT PRISCILLA EXTINE CECIL FOSTER RICHARD GARDNER ANN GIBSON BLONNIE GILLIAM BETTY HALL MAXINE HAWKINS RUTH ELLA HAWKINS LOLA HOLLIFIELD JoANN KELLY 1, .. ■. Pi mL EDDIE LANEY ELIZABETH LANE B REND A POTEAT CONNIE POTEAT FRANCIS POTEAT REBA POTEAT JANICE PRICE BARBARA PYATT FRANCES RADFORD BILLY RAY RAMSEY GLADYS REEL MARTHA RHOM TRUDY RHOM J. C. ROBERTS MARY ROYSTER JANICE RUMFELT JEANETTE RUMFELT DOUGLAS SEAMAN JOYCE SMITH BOBBY SPARKS CHARLOTTE SPARKS LEROY STEVENSON LOLA SUTTLES ROSA MARIE SUTTLES ROBERT TAYLOR SHIRLEY WATKINS PATSY WESTMORELAND MICHAEL WILLIAMS JAMES WILLIS NOT PRESENT WHEN PICTURES WERE TAKEN Lany Cable Louise Christopher Donald Freshour Lucille Parker John Rash 42 The Glenwood Accelerated School for Veterans was established September 1, 1955. Since that time, it has operated continuously, including summer schools. During the four years of the school ' s operation, 411 students have attended. Of this number, 152 veterans and 8 non-veterans have received diplomas. The curriculum of the Accelerated School con- sists of high school subjects required for a high school diploma. JAMES BIGGERSTAFF ERNEST BRADLEY HENRY BRANCH Juniors Sophomores JOHNNY BURNETTE BERL CANTRELL EUGENE CANTRELL DANIEL CONNER DAVID COX VERNON DALE JOHN DOBBINS HUGH GUFFEY MILLARD JORDON Veterans ' Queen BARBARA ROYSTER 51 MRS. GENOESE PYATT MRS. CLARA RAYBURN MRS. OMEGA SWIFT MRS. LALAGE TUCKER MRS. RUTH HAWKINS MISS EMMA McGALLIARD MRS. PEARL AUSTIN MRS. LA VERGNE JEFFRIES Faculty Elementary MRS. JOAN GOODSON MR. GILBERT BYRD MR. LLOYD PHILLIPS MISS LOUISE METCALF MRS. ETHEL METCALF MRS. LAYLAS EDNEY MISS CHARLINE HEMPHILL MRS. DESSIE LAWING MISS IVAREA FLACK wiHiminiHiinf Mrs. Goodson ' s Eighth Grade ELAINE ARROWOOD CHARLES BALLARD MARTHA BARNES BOBBY BEAM JIMMY BLANKENSHIP ALLEN COSBY GLORIA CONDREY MICHAEL DOCKERY ELIZABETH DUNCAN DONALD ELLIOTT DORA FRADY WAYNE GALLION WILMA GARDNER WILLIAM HAWKINS LINDA KAYLOR BUNNIE LAUGHRIDGE RITA LAWING VIVIAN McCRAW REIDY McNEILY LEROY MORGAN GRACE MYERS ANN PARKER ESTELLE PARKER WAYNE RHOM JACKIE SMITH MARIE SMITH PAT SMITH EARNEST VAUGHN JOE WATERS JEAN WILLIS NOT PRESENT WHEN PICTURES WERE TAKEN Gany Price 54 BUHHUsmiiitiini Mr. Byrd ' s Eighth Grade CARL BAKER BETTY BRIGHT JAMES CAUSBY ROGER CHILDERS CHARLES DAVIS LINDA ELLINGTON JANE GRAGG MILLARD HALL DONALD HAYES ROYCE HENS LEY TROY HILTON DONALD HUGHES WILLIAM JARRETT RALPH KAY LOR DL NE LAWING DONALD McCLURE STEVE McCRAW JOHN McMAHAN LORA MOODY JERRY NELSON BILLY PRICE MICHAEL REEL DORIS RHOM JEANETTE RICKER W. L. WISEMAN DONALD WOODY PAUL WOODY MARGARET YOUNG NOT PRESENT WHEN PICTURES WERE TAKEN Jerry Mace Julia Patton Mr. Phillip ' s Eighth Grade BARBARA BARBER HAROLD BARE MAXIE BARRIER LORENE BLANKENSHIP ROSA BURNETTE DONALD CABLE EUGENE CLARK DORIS CLEWIS CHARLES CONNER MILDRED CONNER DAVID DEATON CAROLYN HUNT EDNA HUNTER GAY HUSKINS LINDA ISAACS GLENDA KAYLOR HAROLD LAWING LARRY LAWING LINDA MORGAN GLENN PACE ROBERT RASH ELLEN REEL LAURA REEL CLYDE ROSE NANCY ROSS JANICE SEAGLE NAOMI WIGGINS 56 Miss Metcalf ' s Seventh Grade EARNESTINE BOLICK JOHNNY BUCHANAN MARGARET CABLE BILLY CAUSBY WAYNE FRANKLIN DORIS GIBSON BOBBY KOONE HARLEY LANE JEARLINE LAWING PEGGY LAWING LOIS LEDBETTER BRENDA LETTERIVL N KENNETH LETTERMAN STEVE MARLOWE RONALD MOODY BRENDA MORGAN GARY MORGAN RONALD PADGETT MICHAEL PARKER WILLLAM POTEAT CLINTON REEL LAWRENCE REEL DEAN SIMMONS BERNICE ROSE EDITH STAGEY JOHNNY SWANN CHARLES WARD DANNY WEBB n mm - n L N i ■ IV lA» » ia ■••••••I 1 ' Mrs. Metcalf ' s Seventh Grade MICKEY BENGE JOSIE BLEDSOE SHIRLEY BLEDSOE JERRY BRENDLE NFAI CANNON 1 1 mi, r . „,_. --T-T DOUGLAS CARSWELL PAULINE CONNER SHIRLEY CREECH VIRGINIA GARDNER JOHNNIE GIBBS MARY ANN HAWKINS GAYLE HOUCK KATRINA JACKSON PATSY KELLY LINDA MARLOWE LINDA McCarthy PEGGY McKINNEY BENNY MORGAN BETTY PAINTER BRENDA PARKER NELLIE POTEAT JOHNNY RAMSEY MAXINE RAMSEY BETTY SPARKS ARLENE STICKLAND DONALD WILLIS RONALD WILLIS SCOTTY WILLIS TRUITT WOODBY ETTA MAE VAUGHN 58 Mrs. Edney ' s Sixth Grade ALICE ARROWOOD ROBERT BARTLETT MARGARET BLEDSOE GARRY BYRD NORMA CABLE LARRY CARVER DOUGLAS CAUTHEN JAMES CLARK PAMELA CLARK ARTHUR COX CAROLYN DAVIS LARRY DAVIS BILLY DOVER BILLY DOWDLE BRENDA DUNCAN EUGENE GARDNER ERIC HILTON MARY HELEN HOLLIFIELD KATHERINE KELLY NANCY MORROW i JIMMY MOSTILLER MARVIN MOSTILLER BILLY MORGAN JIMMY PARKER BRENDA POTEAT BOBBY PROCTOR MARY LOU RADFORD DAN RASH JERRY REEL EUGENE RHOM CECIL ROLAND MARY ANN VALLINI DAVID WEBB NOT PRESENT WHEN PICTURES WERE TAKEN Michael Arrow ood Margaret Bradley Carles Cable Garry Gibbs Miss Hemphill ' s Sixth Grade ANN BARE PHYLLIS BARNES CARROLL BAYNARD RONNIE BEAM ANN BROOKSHIRE GALE BROWN MALINDA BURGIN WILMA CABLE CARL CHRISTOPHER DANNY COGDILL SUSIE CONDREY GARY CREECH HAROLD ELLIOTT SHERRY FLACK ROGER FRANKLIN KENNETH FRISBEE LINDA GRANT EDDIE HAWKLNS GAIL HAYNES BOBBY HOLLAND HARRY HOLLAND JERRY HOLLIFIELD SANDRA LAUGHRIDGE JOE LAWING GLEN DA MORGAN SHIRLEY NELSON DAVID OWENS PHIL POTEAT JIMMY RHOM BECKY SIMPSON B ILLY SMITH MIKE SMITH JUDY SNYDER BETTY WARD LLOYD YATES 60 I Olmtvnnsmnntnnai BmnntnnnwnKUHVKmMiaii Mrs. Lawing ' s Fifth Grade NOT PRESENT WHEN PICTURES WERE TAKEN Barbara Parker 61 Miss Flack ' s Fifth Grade V ' V ii- X NORMAN ARROWOOD DAVID ALDREDGE LARRY BLEDSOE TIMMY BUCHANAN JUANITA CARVER KATHERINE CAUSBY LYNN CLARK MARGARET CLARK ROGER CONNER LINDA FINLEY GLENDIA GARLAND GEORGIA GARDNER MARY COINS FRANCES HAYES PATSY HALL WANDA HOGAN FREDIE HOUCK GRAYSON HOLLAND EDDIE JOHNSON BILLY LA WING ALICE LANE BRENDA LAWS BARBARA McFALLS GENE MORGAN KENNETH RADFORD PATRICL RANDOLPH ANN REEL MARIE REEL RUBY SUTTUES BOBBY SWAN GAYLE WASHBURN ANNA WILLIS BARBARA WOOD Mrs. Pyatt ' s Fourth Grade ROBERT ARROWOOD BARBARA ARROWOOD LEONA ANTHONY KATHERINE AUSTIN EUNA BAYNARD A f 1 • - » % « ■ JoANN BOLICK TERRY BEAM DOUGLAS BINGE ALICE CALLAHAN REBECCA CANNON I ■ V — n V - JOYCE CABLE BETTY DOVER RONALD DOVER JANE FRISBEE JOAN FRISBEE Q " ■ " • v - LEROY HOLLIFIELD MARY BETH JACKSON MARY SUE KELLY ANNE LANDIS JAN LEWIS 11 ti. LOIS MORGAN SHARON MOORE BILLY RAY MICHAEL JAMES MOORE JOE McMAHAN 1 4. DORIS PROCTOR MICHAEL RAMSEY SHIRLEY RANDOLPH GLENDA RAY CAROLYN RADFORD -A MARTHA REEL RONALD SWANN DONALD SWANN FRANKLIN VESS BEVERLY YATES 1 -»« V 63 Mrs. Rayburn ' s Fourth Grade IF- - » ■ A 1 n A i 1 n p o. 4 JAMES ALDREDGE DAVID BROOKSHIRE DIANNE COGDILL JERRY CONNOR MAXINE CRAWLEY MICHAEL DAVIS LINDA KAY ELLIOTT MARGARET SUE GARLAND JUNE GILUAM JUDY GREER SUSAN HALL LINDA HENSLEY JERRY HUNTER BARBARA JO KAYLOR DIANNE KOONE MAX LANE TIM LAUGHRIDGE ANN LAWS MARGARET MARLOWE CLIFFORD MORGAN JOE OWENS LEONARD PARKER LINDA FAYE PATTON DELORES PITTMAN DENNIS POTEAT JUDY POTEAT CHARLES PROCTOR VICKIE ROYSTER STEPHEN SIMMONS ANN SMITH BRENDA SMITH BOBBY VAUGHN LARRY VAUGHN REBECCA WARD 64 NOT PRESENT WHEN PICTURES WERE TAKEN Judith Arrowood Libby Harmon AlBERT ALDRIDGE WARREN ANTHONY GAIL ARROWOOD KATHERINE BARNES DIANNE BENGE DORTHY BOWMAN LINDA BRENDLE NANCY CAUSBY SHERMAN DAVIS DONALD DOWDLE JERRY EVANS SUE GARDNER DONNIE RAY GARDNER MICHAEL GARDNER JUNIOR GARLAND SHARRON GRANT JEMMY HAYES ELIZABETH HOLLAND ROBERT LOTT LORAN MACE PAT MARLOWE DAVID MORGAN PATRICIA MOSTILLER DEAN NANNEY FREDDIE PACE JAMES PACE NANCY ROYSTER WAYNE WARREN DANNY WAT KINS LINDA WILLIAMS JACKIE WILLIS TED WOODBY Mrs. Swift ' s Third Grade Pi fr) ( ' • , V NOT PRESENT WHEN PICTURES WERE TAKEN Jerry Arrowood Ruby Seaman Van Branch Patricia Shelton Calvert Cable Wilma Wyatt Mrs. Tucker ' s Second and Third Grade f LINDA ARROWOOD LINDA BAILEY NAOMI BARE WAYNE BOOTH SUE BOWIVIAN GARRY CAPPS INESS CAPPS LEE CARVER NEAL CARVER LINDA FAY CLARK SANDRA CLARK PATRICIA CONNOR DORIS CREECH HAROLD GARDNER MARCL GIBBS SANDRA HANEY PAULINE JO HARRIS HERMAN HAWKINS BRENDA KAY HOLLIFIELD LEONARD HUGHES NANCY JACKSON RICHARD CARL JARRETT ALBERT KAYLOR NAOMI McKINNEY FRANK MORGAN BOBBY PRESNELL BETTY RADFORD CHUCKY RADFORD HENRY DEAN RADFORD ROGER DALE RHOM DAN SHIRLEN MARGARET TUCKER LINDA WATKINS DEAN WILLIAMS i6 NOT PRESENT WHEN PICTURES WERE TAKEN Randy Laws Frank Webb Jackie Patrick Mrs. Hawkin ' s Second Grade LA NELLE ALDREDGE STEVEN ARROWOOD BRUCE AUSTIN FREDIA BAYNARD LEON BROOKSHIRE STEVE CHAPMAN TERRY CLARK BARBARA DAVIS ROXTMTP FFKinFR 1 HENRY FRANKLIN DENNIS FRISBEE JOYCE GIBSON JOAN COINS GREY HARRIS r DENNIS JOHNSON BRENDA JONES LEON KELLY BETTY LOU LAWING HARRILL DEAN LAWING i) hi ■ r CAROLYN LAWS FRANK MARLOWE ROGER McPETERS BILLY RAY MORGAN DL NNE MORGAN TERRY LEE MORGAN LOIS NEWTON DOUGLAS PROCTOR LINDA RAMSEY MARY ELLEN REEL JOHNNY SMITH GLORIA STRICKLAND ANICE TYO CHARLES WASHBURN NOT PRESENT WHEN PICTURES WERE TAKEN Darlene Cable Ann Hendley Donald Miller Miss McGalliard ' s First Grade IT POLLY ANN ARROWOOD KENNETH AUSTIN DENNIS BEAM DONNA BEAM TONY BOWMAN LARRY BRADLEY MICHAEL BURNETTE DAVID BYRD ROY LEE CAUSBY WILLIAM CAUTHEN EDWARD CLARK TERESA COLLINS ROGER COOKE CAROLYN DILLINGHAM JERRY FINLEY JACKIE GARDIN STEPHEN GARLAND PATRICL LAWING ROGER McCarthy DARLENE MEDFORD CAROLYN MICHAELS DOUGLAS PARKER MARILYN RADFORD PHILLIP RAMSEY ALICE FAYE REEL ROSE ELLA REEL COLEN ROPER JUNE WEBB NOT PRESENT WHEN PICTURES WERE TAKEN Faye Cable Mrs. Austin ' s First Grade LINDA ALDREDGE SAMMIE BAILEY GEORGE BARNS STEPHEN BIGGERSTAFF JIMMIE BOWMAN JOHNNIE BRANCH PAMALA CARAWAY MICHAEL CALLOWAY CHUCKIE CALLAHAN JERRY GARDIN DIANNE GARDNER RANDY HOGAN DIANNE LEWIS WANDA MORGAN EUGENE MORGAN STEPHEN MORGAN PAUL PROCTOR JAMES RICKIE JACK RADFORD LINDA SIMPSON RICKIE SMITH CECELL TAYLOR SHIRLEY WARD DOUGLAS WATKINS CINDIA LOU WOODBY GARY YATES NOT PRESENT WHEN PICTURES WERE TAKEN Randy Arrowood Ronnie Harris Elaine Harris Thanks Bus Drivers Front Row, Left to Right: Angelene Smith, Susie Buchanan, Jane Taylor. Second Row; Ronnie Hensley, Glenn Greer, Ronald Houck, Carroll Hemphill. Third Row: Ray Dean Arrowood, Olis Lawing, Oliver Baker, Harold Dean Suttles, Bill Anderson. Lunchroom Personnel Mrs. K. M. Eplee, Mrs. J. C. Holland, Mrs. Cecil Davis, Mrs. Harvey Morgan, Mrs. Lewen Westmoreland, Mrs. FredMorris. for Custodians Mrs. Clara Nanney, Mr. Ross Williams. P. T. A. Officers Mrs. Norris Lewis, Secretary; Mr. Lonnie H. Morgan, President; Mrs. Lloyd Bennett, Vice President; Mrs. Monroe Marlowe, Treasurer. service Glenwood offers various activities outside the classroom. No matter what a student ' s interest may be, he can usually find on Glenwood campus an interesting activity which will inspire cooperation and self-improvement. rganizations Crowns Royalty. 72 U»1Hll «llt| I . Mr. and Miss Glenwood High PATSY CAUTHEN and RONNE HENSLEY 73 ANGELENE SMITH AVA MAE lAWING Basketball trains in BETTY WARD LOUISE WILLIS PHYLLIS SMITH TRESSI WESTMORELAND 74 portsmanship. JOE POTEAT CHARLES ARROWOOD 75 Coach Willard Roberts came to Glenwood from Etowah High School in Henderson County. His problem was " to whip into shape " two prac- tically green basketball teams. Evidently he did just that, since both teams chalked up 17 wins and only 5 losses during the season. The promotion of good sports- man has been his first objective. Repeatedly he has urged die Glen- wood students to be good sports. Coach Roberts is looking for- ward to coaching championship teams next year — champion sports- men as well as champion ball players. GOOD LUCK COACH! SCOREBOARD DRAGONETTES DRAGONS GLENWOOD 84 GREEN CREEK 51 GLENWOOD 70 GREEN CREEK 71 GLENWOOD 94 MILL SPRINGS 29 GLENWOOD 47 MILL SPRINGS 37 GLENWOOD 67 MILL SPRINGS 20 GLENWOOD 64 MILL SPRINGS 40 GLENWOOD 64 GREEN CREEK 31 GLENWOOD 61 GREEN CREEK 48 GLENWOOD 25 MOUNT VERNON 24 GLENWOOD 37 MOUNT VERNON 30 GLENWOOD 62 NORTH COVE 43 GLENWOOD 48 NORTH COVE 45 GLENWOOD 60 NEBO 50 GLENWOOD 58 NEBO 39 GLENWOOD 73 UNION MILLS 18 GLENWOOD 54 UNION MILLS 37 GLENWOOD 46 OLD FORT 37 GLENWOOD 42 OLD FORT 30 GLENWOOD 65 UNION MILLS 32 GLENWOOD 34 UNION MILLS 52 GLENWOOD 32 HARRIS 52 GLENWOOD 51 HARRIS S7 GLENWOOD 65 SUNSHINE 35 GLENWOOD 57 SUNSHINE 39 GLENWOOD 48 SUNSHINE 43 GLENWOOD 38 SUNSHINE 41 GLENWOOD 42 NEBO 49 GLENWOOD 39 NEBO 36 GLENWOOD 54 ELLENBORO 37 GLENWOOD 57 ELLENBORO 25 GLENWOOD 62 OLD FORT 50 GLENWOOD 55 OLD FORT 47 GLENWOOD 53 MOUNT VERNON 42 GLENWOOD 56 MOUNT VERNON 41 GLENWOOD 39 PLEASANT GARDENS 46 GLENWOOD 49 PLEASANT GARDENS 47 GLENWOOD 53 NORTH COVE 39 GLENWOOD 53 NORTH COVE 50 GLENWOOD 31 HARRIS 39 GLENWOOD 52 HARRIS 49 GLENWOOD 45 PLEASANT GARDENS 59 GLENWOOD 40 PLEASANT GARDENS 44 GLENWOOD 61 ELLENBORO 41 GLENWOOD 54 ELLENBORO 35 McDowell county tournament scores GLENWOOD 44 OLD FORT 40 GLENWOOD 35 NORTH COVE 37 GLENWOOD 51 NEBO 49 GLENWOOD 47 OLD FORT 43 GLENWOOD 33 PLEASANT GARDENS 34 76 The Glenwood Dragonettes placed second place in the McDowell County Tournament. Pleasant Gardens placed first by beating the Dragonettes by one point. The Glenwood Dragons placed third place in the McDowell County Toumameiit. Angelene Smith, Phyllis Koone, Gene Holland, and Joe Poteat were cnosen for the " All Tournament Te am " from Gle nwood. The Monogram Club, advised by Coach W i 1 1 a r d Roberts, tried at all times to uphold the standards of the Sportsman ' s Creed. Each member was expected to hold high the dignity and honor of the school therefore respecting the officials, leading the cheering, and serving the best interest of G. H. S. in every way. At press time the Monogram Club was planning a banquet for its members. MONOGRAM OFFICERS MR. WILLARD ROBERTS Sponsor GENE HOLLAND Reporter ANGELENE SMITH Reporter MYRA ANDERSON Vice President PHYLLIS KOONE President SUE LUSK Treasurer CURTIS COSBY Secretary Monogram Club upholds School Spirit. First Row, Left to Right: Ruth Hawkins, Phyllis Smith, Lola Suttles, Tressi Westmoreland, Jeanette Rumfelt, Ethel Stacey, Blonnie Gilliam, Mary Jane Autrey, Barbara Pyatt, Myra Anderson, Donna Aldredge. Second Row: Annette Deck, Phyllis Koone, Louise Willis, Barbara Royster, Jeannie Ward, Sue Lusk, Maxine Hawkins, Patsy Westmoreland, Susie Buchanan, Glynda Cannon. Third Row: Shirley Lytle, Betty Ward, Bill Isaacs, Curtis Cosby, James Hughes, Tommy Buchanan, Gene Holland, Angelene Smith, Brenda Poteat, Carolynne Jamison. Fourth Row: Howard Woody, Bobby Evans, Lanny Condrey, Sam Young, Grover Kiser, Clell Whitson, Joe Poteat, Charles Arrowood, George Duncan, DonaJd Sparks. The cheerleaders, because of their untiring efforts, have been an inspiration to the basketball teams. Shirley Lytle, who was elected chief cheerleader the beginning of the season, resigned; Lorraine Hawkins was elected to replace her. Lorraine led the other girls in doing a fine job at all the games. Their spirit-raising yells kept our spirits high even when we seemed destined to be defeated. CHEERLEADER OFFICERS MRS. ETHEL METCALF Sponsor LORRAINE HAWKINS Chief Cheerleaders keep school spirits soaring. C arolyrme Jamison, Mary Jane Autrey, Annette Deck, Shirley Lytle, Blonnie Gilliam, Maxine Hawkins, Jeannie Ward. Not Pictured: Peggy Patrick, Lorraine Hawkins (Chief). I 78 vm mw i Miiiium i ■liii ' Miiiii mm i in n iiii ■ ■■■■■■■iiimiiiiiiiiiiiiiij n iiiiiinmimiumi iii The Student Council of Glenwood was composed of seventeen members this year, elected from their respec- tive classes in the eighth through the twelfth grades. Its purpose was to bring about a better understanding between the faculty and student body. Membership in the Student Council can be attained only by a student ' s being elected by his respective home room. Although membership is attained only by election, a good scholastic record, high character, and recom- mendation of the teachers and the principal are usually considered indispensable assets. This year the Student Council assisted the teachers whenever it could by using monitors, and by encouraging cooperation on the part of the students. As their fund- raising projects, they sold basketball souvenir: and Glenwood High School banners. Student Council STUDENT COUNCIL OFFICERS MR. THOMAS POOLE Sponsor PAT ALLISON Secretary RAY DEAN ARROWOOD President JANE TAYLOR Vice President VENA GILLLAM Treasurer sets example for Glenwood students. Seated, Left to Right: Elaine Arrowood, Ann Arrowood, Pat Allison, Ray Dean Arrowood, Jane Taylor, Vena Gilliam, Lucy Lawing. Second Row: Eddie Laney, Phyllis Smith, Glenn Greer, Carroll Hemphill, Harold Dean Suttles, Leonard Wiggins, Ronald Houck, Angelene Smith, Katherine Moody, Joyce Smith. 79 KEY CLUB OFFICERS MR. RAYMOND LEDBETTER Adviser EUGENE SUMLIN Vice President HAROLD DEAN SUTTLES President GENE HOLLAND Secretary The Glen wood Key Club is an active organization composed of boys interested in serving their school and community. The members were selected on the basis of leadership, ability, and scholastic achievement. On Wednesday of each week the club attended luncheon meetings, held in the school cafeteria with members of the Marion Kiwanis Club. Harold Dean Suttles, president of the Key Club, spoke to the Marion Kiwanis Club on several occasions. The club ' s activities and projects included sponsoring three divisions in the Kiwanis Club Fifth Annual Talent Show (all placing top honors), supporting the basketball team in actual game participation, and taking charge of the concession stand. They also attended conventions and compiled a Key Club scrapbook. The Key Club par- ticipated in the annual Christmas Parade of Marion with attractive Susie Buchanan as " Key Club Sweetheart. " By the activities of the Key Club, we see that they put into p r a c t i c e their motto: " To serve school and community. " Mr. Raymond G. Ledbetter, Commercial t e a ch e r, was adviser for the club. Key Club members assist in various ways. First Row, Left to Right: Kenneth Nichols, Ronnie Hensley, Harold Dean Suttles, Gene Holland, Emerson Jackson. Second Row: Eugene Sumlin, Ronald Houck, Joe Poteat, Donald Hunter. 80 «1 81 BETA CLUB OFFICERS MRS. WILMA B. GREENE Sponsor PHYLLIS KOONE Reporter JEAN RHOM Treasurer MARY JOYCE HOLLAND Secretary BOBBIE JEAN CONNER Vice President RAY DEAN ARROWOOD President The Glenwood Chapter of the National Beta Club was organized November 5, 1948. This club stands for character, leadership, and achievement. Its motto is, " Let us lead by serving others. " Juniors and Seniors with averages of 90 or above, who are approved by the principal or faculty are privileged to join the Beta Club. The Glenwood Beta, under the sponsorship of Mrs. W i 1 m a B. Greene, had twenty-nine members this year. The Beta Club held its i n d u c t i o n of twenty-three new members on January 9, 1959. The theme was, " The Beta Ladder of Success ' . " Their money-raising projects this year were selling Christmas cards and cookies to raise money for the purpose of- attending the State Beta Club Convention. Beta clubbers use their scholastic ability. V Seated, Left to Right: Shirley Arrowood, Jean Rhom, Bobbie Jean Conner, Ray Dean Arrowood, Mary Joyce Holland, Phyllis Koone, EliLabeth Rhom. Second Row: Ann Lawing, Donald Hunter, Jane Taylor, Shirley Lytle, David Mcintosh, Harold Dean Suttles, Ronnie Hensley, Gene Holland, JoAnn Shelton. Third Row: Karene Poteat, Vena Giiliam, Mary Greer, Kenneth Nichols, Rosa Mae Radford, Louise Willis, Annette Deck, Barbara B owman, Mary Jane Autrey, Tressi Westmoreland, Lucy Lawing, Peggy Lane. 82 The Norman F. Steppe Chapter of the Future Teachers of America was organized in 1952. The chapterwas named in honor of Mr. Steppe, who served as superintendent, principal, and teadier for over forty years. The main purpose of the Future T e a c h e r Club is to encourage students to enter tlie teaching profession. In 1958, two Glenwood Future Teachers were awarded State Teacher Scholarships. In addition to aiding teachers in classroom activities and serving as substitutes when teachers attend profes- sional meetings, the Future Teachers also serve in Pre- school Clinics, plan and participate in activities for American Education Week, welcome and entertain new teachers, and act as hostesses for professional meetings at school. F. T.A. OFFICERS MARY JANE AUTREY Vice President JEAN RHOM Treasurer MRS. DORA HOWELL Sponsor VENA GILLIAM President SHIRLEY ARROWOOD Secretary F. T. A. looks toward a future in teaching others. First Row, Left to Right: Margaret Rhom, Peggy Lane, Irene Hall, Lee Hensley, Janice Rumfelt. Second Row: Hazel Smith, Pat Allison, Vena Gilliam, Mary Greer, Lo.s Arrowood. Third Row: Mary Jane Autrey, Lois Wilkerson, J e a n e 1 1 e Hall, Blonnie Gilliam, Karene Poteat. Fourth Row: Shirley Ar r o w o o d, Maxine Hawkins, Juanita Wiseman, Joyce Brendle, Barbara Bowman. Fifth Row: Rosa Mae Radford, Phyllis Koone, Thelma Radford, Bobbie Jean Conner, Elizabeth Rhom. Sixth Row: Virginia Mace, Ethel Ledbetter, Mary Joyce Holland, Shirley Lytle, Jean Rhom. 83 F. F.A. OFFICERS MR. ROBERT GOODSON Adviser CURTIS COSBY Sentinel BOBBY EVANS Treasurer DAVID McINTOSH President RAY DEAN ARROWOOD Vice President HAROLD CHILDERS Secretary SAM YOUNG Reporter Sixty-two members composed the Glenwood chapter of the F. F.A. this year. The c h a pt e r was organized in 1930, and called the Glenwood Chapter of Young Tar Heel Farmers; the membership was twenty. Vocational agriculture was offered in the fall of 1941 for the first time since 1933, and the first c h a p t e r of the Future Farmers of America was organized. This year the chapter engaged in many activities such as pruning fruit trees and vineyards, setting tree seedings, culling poultry, and carrying out their own individual supervised farming program. During the last three years they have won two first place awards for over- all activities during the school year and one second place award, thus giving us two over-all banners won in their Federation, which includes McDowell, Polk, and Rutherfordton counties. Last summer a group of boys attended White Lake F. F. A. Camp. The many activities of the club show that the boys are " Learning to do, doing to leam, earning to live, and living to serve. " Students learn importance of farm i First Row, Left to Right: Laixy Lawing, Donald Freshour, Billy Ramsey, Harold Pace, Robert Taylor, Jackie Ledford, Reid Morgan, L. M. Cook, Bryant Jackson, Bill Marlow, James Mostiller, Eddie Laney, Carl Ledford. Second Row: Junior Rhom, Dennis Moore, Jerry Bledsoe, Jimmy Lawing, Carroll Lewis, Eugene Sumlin, ' J. D. Proctor, Phillip Gardner, Bill Koone, Jackie Elliott. Third Row: Don Barnes, Carl Morgan, Cecil Baker, Buddy Vaughn, Freddie Causby, Bill Westmoreland, I : Tommy Buchanan, Earl Reel, Kermit Elliott, Leroy S t e v e n s o n. Fourth Row: M. G. Fox, Junior Lawing, Billy Reid A n d e r s on, Curtis Cosby, Carl Lusk, Allan I I Duncan, Ray Dean Arrowood, Donald Painter, Bradley Bare, Alvin Clark. Fifth Row: David Mcintosh, Eugene Morgan, Glenn Greer, David Toney, Olis Lawing, ' Bobby Evans, Sam Young, Hal Baker, Harold Childers, Oliver Baker, Charles Arrowood, Bill Anderson. Ill III II i ii i i iii M iwHiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii m iiMUMTTTiii i i in iim ii nnii III liiiW " i In 1956, the G 1 e n w o o d Chapter of the F. H.A. was organized for the purpose of promoting the joys and satis- faction of homemaking. The thirty- five members of the club this year sold hose to earn money to buy F.H. A. jackets and pins. They also went to the F. H. A. District Rally at Lee Edwards High Sdiool in Asheville. The Future Homemakers of America are tomorrow ' s home builders, cummunity builders, and character build- ers. Facing the future with warm courage and high hope, they strive " toward new horizons. " F.H. A. OFFICERS MARY JOYCE HOLLAND Historian ETHEL LEDBETTER Social Chairman PAT ALLISON Parliamentarian SHIRLEY LYTLE President CAROLYN DAVIS Secretary MARY GREER Program Chairman management and home economy. First Row, Left to Right: Betty Hall, Ruth Ella Hawkins, Janice Rumfelt, Priscilla Extine, Barbara McClure, Beulah Lawing, Irene Hall. Second Row: Mary Cable, ' Linda Haynes, Nora Jane Sprouse, Margaret Marlowe, Frances Sumlin, Mary Greer. Third Row: Lola Suttles, Pat Allison, Joyce Smith, Rosa Mae Radford, Mary Kathenne Warren, Lois Arrowood, Brenda Tyo. Fourth Row: Barbara Gallion, Karene Morgan, Frances Rhom, Ethel Ledbetter, Rita Painter, Eula Mae Clark, JoAnn Anthony. Fifth Row: Carolyn Davis, Benny Rash, JoAnn Arrowood, Mary Joyce Holland, Brenda Poteat,Rosa Marie Suttles, Jean Rhom, Shirley Lytle. HANDICRAFT OFFICERS MRS. JACQUELYN ROBINSON Sponsor ANN ARROWOOD Vice President FRANCES SUMLIN President MARY CABLE Treasurer RITA PAINTER Secretary The Handicraft Club strives to promote an enriched life through the instruction of hand arts. The girls in the Handicraft Club have enjoyed knitting and crocheting afghans, rugs, and other articles. They have also made articles using raffia, bracelets, and trays from aluminum. Some of the girls made copper earrings and pins. Others made cuff links and used reed for basket weaving. Mrs. Jacquelyn Robinson was sponsor of the Handi- craft Club. Handicraft members put to use the art of needle- work. First Row, Left to Right: Charlotte Sparks, Barbara Cable, Prise ill a Extine, Texie Bartlette, Lucille Parker. SecoAd Row: Mary Katherine Warren, Gladys Reel, Mary Cable, Joyce Smith, Brenda Tyo, Connie Poteat. Third Row: Beulah Lawing, Frances Sumlin, Louise Christopher, Rosa Marie Suttles, Betty Hall, Ann Gibson, i Fourth Kow: Barbara Gallion, Mary Royster, Ann Arrowood, Eula Mae Clark, Rita Painter, Francis Radford. Fifth Row: Frances Rhom, Frances Poteat, Eloise Cable, JoAnn Anthony, Lola Hollifield, JoAnn Kelly. Sixth Row: Reba Poteat, Nora Jane Sprouse, Janie Bowman, Virginia Nichols, Benny Rash, JoAnn Arrowood. IWVW I UHM Will. For students interested in nursing or helping mankind, ' the Future Nurses Club was organized. At their regular meetings the club members heard graduate nurses speak, studied the Red Cross Manual, and saw films on nursing. The club members assisted tlie doctor and nurse in the Pre -school Clinics and in their regular visits to the school. Each year the club members have projects. Some of these were fixing sunshine boxes for invalids and helping under-privileged children. The club visited the Marion General Hospital in the spring and enjoyed social hours at different meetings of the year. Mrs. Bonnie Parkerwas sponsor of the Future Nurses Club for the year 1959. .7 FUTURE NURSES CLUB OFFICERS MRS. BONNIE PARKER Sponsor ELSIE MAE CONNOR Vice President THELMA MASHBURN President RUBY ROBINSON Secretary Future Nurses prepare for the disasters of tomorrow. First Row, Left to Right: Thelma Mashbum, Lucy Lawing, Pat Hughes, Ivarea Ledbetter. Second Row: Janice Cable, Jeanette Morgan, Barbara McClure, Carolyn Davis. Third Row: linda Haj nes, Ruby Robinson, Margaret Marlowe, Pat Callahan. Fourth Row: Louise Marlowe, Elsie Mae Connor, Joyce Rhom, Marie Reel, Ann Lawing. 87 The Glenwood Science Club was organized in 1956; the main objective was the promotion of scientific princi- pals in the minds of the members. This year the club, composed of twenty -four m e mb e rs, joined the Science Clubs of America. As their money-raising project the members develop, print, and enlarge films. This money is used to buy equipment for the science department. SCIENCE CLUB OFFICERS MR. CLYDE DAY Sponsor JERRY GORDON .Vice President EMERSON JACKSON President RONALD HOUCK Secretary Science Clubbers search for the undiscovered. First Row, Left to Right: Michael Allison, Eugene Cable, Jerry B 1 an ke n sh i p, Emerson Jackson, J. B. Willis, Michael Williams, Donald Hunter, Buddy Duncan. Second Row: Eddie Laney, Clifton Buckner, Ronnie Hensley, Cecil Baker, Johnny Riddle, Douglas Seaman, Dennis Moore, Larry Lawing, Third Row: Carl Lusk, David Mcintosh, Jerry Gordon, Harold Dean Suttles, Ronald Houck, Leonard Wiggins, Jim Condrey, Cecil Foster. 88 The twenty-five members of the Glenwood Safety Patrol, appointed by Paul E. Flack, sponsor, has as their first objective the safety of the students while they were being transported to and from school. Through the years Mr. Howell has said " The school bus is the safest place in North Carolina. " The Glenwood Safety Patrol has helped to make Glenwood buses safer for all students. SAFETY PATROL OFFICERS MARY JANE AUTREY Lieutenant PHYLLIS KOONE Lieutenant MR. PAUL FLACK Sponsor BARBARA BOWMAN Captain Safety Patrol upholds the law on school buses and campus. First Row, Left to Right: Joyce Smith, Barbara Pyatt, Priscilla Extine, Bobby Poteat, L. M. Cook, Lola Suttles, Pat Allison. Second Row: Mary Jane Autrey, Betty Jo Reel, Juanita Wiseman, Kenneth Nichols, Virginia Nichols, Annette Deck, Barbara Bowman, Jeanette Hall. Third Row: Phyllis Koone, Jean Rhom, Shirley Lytle, Max Lanning, Joel Lanning, Leroy Stevenson, Ethel Ledbetter, Rosa Mae Radford. 89 SENIOR 4-H CLUB OFFICERS JOYCE SMITH Secretary-Treasurer DAVID McINTOSH President PATSY WESTMORELAND Reporter RONNIE HENSLEY Vice President The Glenwood Senior 4-H Club members tried to live up to their motto, " To make the best better, " as they participated in different phases of agriculture andhome economics, emphasized by Miss Julia Anne Smith, assist- ant homemaker, and.Mr. Robert Love, a s s i s t a n t farm agent. Some of tlie achievements intliese fields led to the winning of gold medals, ribbons, and certificates. Members of the club participated in District and State contests. The committee from Glenwood did an outstand- ing job in displaying dairy products at the McDowell County 4-H Week observances, February 28 through March 7. David Mcintosh, a Glenwood Senior, was elected president of the McDowell 4-H County Council. James Bare was elected vice president and Patsy Westmoreland, reporter. Glenwood was also honored by having David Mcintosh selected as County Health King and Most Outstanding 4-H Club Member of the year. Senior and Junior 4-H Clubs pledge their Heads, First Row, Left to Right: Patsy Westmoreland, Ronnie Hensley, Joyce Smith, David Mcintosh. Second Row: Betty Hall, Mary Katherine Warren, Mary Royster, Rosa Marie Suttles, Ruth Ella Hawkins.Brenda Poteat, Barbara Bowman, Lucy Lawing, Tressi Westmoreland. Third Row: J. C. Roberts, Priscilla Extme, Joe Poteat, Clifton Buckner, Sue Lusk, Ethel Stacey, Barbara Pyatt, Carl Lusk, Harold Pace. Fourth Row: Bryant Jackson, Ronald McKinney, Jimmy Lawing, Buddy Dunca , Bill Westmoreland, Ervin Waycaster, Curtis Cosby, Douglas Seaman, Donald Freshour. Fifth Row: Billy Reid Anderson, J. D. Proctor, Sonny Dale, Jackie Ledford, Bradley Bare, L. M. Cook, Clyde Conner, Michael Allison. The Intermediate and Junior 4-H Clubs have been active in all phases of 4-H work. One of the most out- standing achievements was tlie winning of a blue ribbon for a dairy calf at the State Fair in Raleigh; ours was the only Junior Club from McDowell County to receive tliis honor. The Club took an active part in presenting, along with the Senior Club, a display on milk production at the county achievement program. The officers have regularly attended the county council meetings, and the members served as the advertisement committee for the annual 4- H picnic. The club climaxed the year by presenting a 4-H Church-Sunday program in one of the local churches. The clubs were sponsored by Mr. G. L. Byrd, faculty adviser; Miss Julia Anne Smith, assistant home agent; and Mr. Robert Love, assistant farm agent. JUNIOR 4-H CLUB OFFICERS BARBARA DAVIS Elementary President JOHN McMAHAN Junior President MR. GILBERT BYRD Sponsor Hearts, Hands, and Health to a better world. First Row, Left to Right: Richaid Bowman, Norman Arrowood, Linda Grant, Barbara Davis, John McMahan, Steve McCraw, Jackie Smith, Marie Smith, Second Row: Wilma Gardner, Pauline Conner, Maxine Ramsey, Betty Sparks, Betty Painter, Nellie Poteat, Linda Marlowe, Pamela Clark, Mary Radford, Ehvanda Morgan, Nina Mosteller, Rita Hensley, Linda Ward, Georgie Gardner, Patsy Hall, Benny Benge, Dorthy Street, Li n d a Bledsoe, B a rb a r a Fender, Brenda Evans, Nancy Moore. Third Row: Rosa Lee Bumette, Laura Reel, Ellen Reel, Brenda Parker, Etta Mae Vaughn, Katrina Jackson, Linda Finley, Lynn Clark, Ann Reel, Patricia RandolfAi, Barbara McFaJls, Gail Washburn, Mary Cowens, Katherine Causby, Wanda Hogan, Juanita Carver, Carolyn Yates, Ann Brookshire, Ann Bare, Sherry Flack, Sandra Laughridge. Fourth Row: Grace Myres, Lorenc Blankenship, Gay Husktns, Carolyn Hunt, Larry Lawing, Donald Woody, Garry Creech, Jiruny Parker, Eric Hilton, Harold Elliott, Lloyd Yates, Billy Dowdle, Arnold Sparks, Donald Willis, BiUy Dover, Truict Woodby, Dean Woodby, Charles Conner, Johnny Ramsey, Neal Cannon. Fifth Row: Patsy Smith, Jeanette Ricker, Margaret Young, Jane Gragg, Billy Price, Charles Davis, James Causby, E ugene Clark, Bobby Beam, Donald Elliott, Troy Hilton, Charles Collins, Eddie Hawkins, Gerald Conner, Freddie Bowman, Gary Hughes, Timmy Buchanan, Freddie Houck, Mickey 9 1 Benge. Sixth Row: Edna Hunter, Allen Cosby, Carl Baker, Dan Rash, Billy Ray Morgan, Glenn Pace, Bill Jar«!tt, Ronald Willis, David Deaton, Ralph Kaylox, Buddy Hall, Michael Reel, Eddie Johnson, Grayson Holland, Larry Bledsoe, Lanv Carvcj, Eugene Rhom, Jimmy Mosteller, Jerry Brendle. The piano students, under the direction of Mrs. La Vergne Jeffries, gave a piano recital for the students and faculty before the Christmas holidays and another in the spring. All the piano students enjoyed their private or class lessons. The Senior Voice class entered the Dysartsville talent show, sang for the Junior-Senior Christmas party, and also sang at the Schoolmaster ' s Banquet which was held at Glenwood in April. They ended their appearances by sing- ing for the Baccala ureate Service and for Graduation. VOICE AND PIANO MRS. LA VERGNE JEFFRIES Teacher Voice and Piano students train for a future in music. First Row, Left to Right: Vickie Royster, Jan Lewis, Susan Hall, Linda Patten, Maxine Crawley, Shirley Randolph, Barbara Parker, Gayle A r r o w o o d, Brenda Jones, Naomi McKinney, Leonard Hughes, Herman Hawkins. Second Row: Brenda Poteat, Harold Bare, Robert Rash, Patricia Randolph, Patsy Hall, Betty Painter, Ann Brookshire, Barbara Jean Fender, Alice A r r o w oo d, Eric Hilton, Arthur Cox, Billy Smith. Third Row: Carroll Hemphill, Linda Ellington, Billy Price, Jane Gragg, Margaret Young, Linda Isaacs, Grace Myres, Barbara Barber, Rita L awing, Gayle Houck, Shirley Harvey, Robert Arrowood, Truitt Woodby. Fourth Row: Shirley Lytle, Pat Allison, Ethel Ledbetter, David Mcintosh, Mary Joyce Holland, Juanita Wiseman, Thelma Mashbimi, Karene Poteat, Betty Jo Reel, Glenn Greer, Barbara Royster, Charles Arrowood. V The aim and objectives of the Glenwood High School Glee Club are to afford students an opportunity to under- stand, interpret, appreciate, and make good music. GLEE CLUB OFFICERS Music is the cultural force elevating the quality of the JOYCE SMITH Pianist home, the school, and the community. JoANN SHELTON Pianist This year the club performed in the local churches and MISS RACHEL HUNT Director civics clubs of Marion, and for several chapel programs. ANNETTE DECK President ANN LAWING Pianist Glee Club leads the school in singing. Seated, Left to Right: Barbara McClure, Rita Painter, Janice Price, Bradley Bare, Eugene Morgan, Harold Childers, Oliver Baker, Junior Lawing, Reba Poteat, Benny Rash, Nora Jane Sprouse, Karene Morgan, Shirley Harvey. Second Row: Frances Sumlin, Joyce Brendle, Margaret Marlowe, Lois Wilkerson, Eula Mae Clark, Lola HoUifield, Ann Lawing, Barbara Gallion, Virginia Nichols, Annette Deck, JoAnn Shelton, Sally Gallion, Jeanette Hall, Beulah Lawing, Hazel Smith, Linda Haynes, Mary Cable. Third Row: Allene Kaylor, Trudy Rhom, Irene Hall, Sheena Guffey, Ann Gibson, Carolyn Lawing, Douglas Seaman, Ann Arrowood, Mary Katherine Warren, Lois Arrowood, Clifton Buckner, Joyce Smith, Margaret Rhom, Pat Callahan, Priscilla Extine, Nora Jane McKinney, JoAnn Kelly, Thel?n Radford, Francis Rhom. The 1959 NUSHKA staff, elected from the senior class, spent hours working to produce a yearbook which would give an over-all picture of the year 1958-59 at Glenwood. Under the guidance of Mrs. Wilma B. Greene, the busi- ness and advertising managers sold advertising and annuals, while the editorial staff prepared copy and identified pictures. ANNUAL STAFF MARY GREER, RAY DEAN ARROWOOD Editors Annual Staff prepares the 1959 Nushka. Seated, Left to Right: Karene Poteat, Editorial Staff; Mary Greer, Editor; Ray Dean Arrowood, Editor; Mrs. Wilma B. Greene, Sponsor; Sam Young, Advertising Manager. Standing: Phyllis Koone, Art Editor, Poet; Carroll Hemphill, Business Manager; Mary Joyce Holland, Editorial Staff; David Mcintosh, Editorial Staff; Oliver Baker, Sports Editor; Angelene Smith, Sports Editor; Jean Rhom, Poet; Pat Allison, Snapshot Editor. Not Pictured: Eugene Cable, Snapshot Editor. 94 A yearbook cannot be published by sweat alone; financial resources are necessary. This section con- tains advertisements from loyal industries and busi- nesses in Glenwood, Marion, and McDowell County. Although the members of the NUSHKA staff feel that the advertisers will be benefited, they would still ' , like to express appreciation to the businesses con- z - cerned. This section also contains s e n i o r statistics. [■ onors BILTMORE DAIRY FARM Highway 70 West Quality Milk, Founded 1897 Marion, North Carolina BURNSVILLE SCHOOL OF FINE ARTS Burnsville, North Carolina A. BLANTON GROCERY COMPANY Wholesale Groceries Marion, North Carolina Complimenl-s of AMERICAN THREAD COMPANY Sevier, North Carolina 97 SENIOR STATISTICS PATRICIA VIRGINIA ALLISON " Patty " " When a girl ceases to blush, she has lost the most power- ful charm of her beauty. " Glee Club 1, 2- Handicraft 1, 3, 4; 4-H Club 1, 2; Know- How Club 3; F.H.A. 2-4; F. T.A. 4; Voice 4; Bus Patrol 4; Class Reporter 1, 2, Vice President 3; Annual Staff 4; Student Council Secretary 4; Library Science 3, 4; Miss Freshman; Miss Junior; Senior Superlative. WILLIAM RAY ANDERSON " Bill " " Take life easy, live longer. " F. F. A. 2-4; History Club 1; Bus Dr i v e r 3, 4; Basketball 2, 3; Monogram Club 3; Bible Club 1; Science Club 2. CHARLES LEE ARROWOOD " Pop " " What is life without humor " Gle e Club 4; F. F. A. 1-4; Bus Patrol 3; History Club 2; Basketball 3, 4; Baseball 1, 2, 3j Monogram Club 4. THOMAS RAY DEAN ARROWOOD " Deanie Boy " " My interest is in the future because I ' m going to spend the rest of my life there. " History 1, 2; F. F. A. 2-4, Secretary 3, Vice President 4, Federation Secretary 3; Class Reporter 2, President 3, Vice President 4; Beta Club 3, 4, President 4; Student Council 2-4, Vice President 3, President 4; Marshal 3; American History Medal 3; Bus Driver 3, 4; Editor Annual 4; Senior Superlative. WILLL M HAL BAKER " Dad " " Look you, I am the most concerned in my own interest. " F. F.A. 1-4; Safety Patrol 2. OLIVER HENRY BAKER " Actions speak louder than words " F. F. A. 1-4; Glee Club 4; History Club 2; Bus Driver 3, 4; Sports Editor Annual 4; Junior Varsity 2; Science Club 1; Senior Superlative. RONAL LEE BAXTER " Ronnie " " Speak softly but carry a big stick " Veteran U. S. Navy 1951-55; U.S. Paratroopers 1955-57; Employed at Old Fort Finishing Company, Old Fort, North Carolina. JAMES CLARK BARE " There ' s room at the top for the man who tries " Glee Club 1, 2; Voice 2-4; Tri-Hi-Y 1, 2; 4-H Club 3, 4; Know-How Club 3. LINDA ANN MASHBURN BOONE " Butch " " It is better to desire the things we have than to have the things we desire. " Student Council 1-4; Beta Club 3, 4; Glee Club 1, 2, Vice President 2; Safety Patrol 3, 4; F.H.A. 2-4; 4-H Club 1, 2; Library Science 2-4; Handicraft Club 1-3, Secretary 1; Class Secretary 3, Reporter 2. JANICE LYNN CABLE " Jan " " There is nothings© sweet in life, as love ' s young dream. " Glee Club 1; Handicraft 1; F.H.A. 2-4; F. N. A. 3, 4. ROBERT EUGENE CABLE " Little but loud " F. F. A. 1-3; Science Club 4; Annual Staff 4. HAROLD WAYNE CHILDERS " I want to live fast, love hard and die young. " F. F. A. 1-4, Secretary 4; History Club 2; Science Club 1; Bus Driver 3; Glee Club 4; Junior Varsity 2. JAMES ALVIN CLARK " Loafer " " When love and duty clash, let duty go to smash. " F. F. A. 1-4. BOBBIE JEAN CONNER " Barbara " " It ' s natural to be nice, if you ' re naturally nice. " Handicraft 1; F.H.A. 2; F. T. A. 3-4; Marshal 3; Beta Club 3-4, Vice President 4; Glee Club 1-2. MALCOM GROVER FOX " Foxie " " Do unto others as they would do untoyou only do it first. " F. F. A. 1-4. JERRY CLAY GORDON " Fuzz " " You ' ve got to be mean or fast and I ' m fast. " F; F.A. 1; Safety Patrol 1-2; Key Club 2-3; Science Club 3-4, Vice President 4. MARY ELIZABETH GREER " Happiness adds and multiplies as we divide itwith others. " Glee Club 1, 2; F.H.A. 2-4, Parliamentarian 3, 4; Mon- ogram Club 2, Reporter 2; Junior Varsity 1; Varsity 2; F.T.A. 4; Library Science 1; Handicraft 3; 4-H Club 1; Class Reporter 1; Beta Club 4; Annual Editor 4; Senior Superlative. ROBERT GLENN GREER " Women are like elephants, they never forget. " F. F.A. 1-4; Basketball 2; Student Council 3, 4; History 2; Glee Club 1; Safety Patrol 1; Bus Driver 4, Substitute Bus Driver 3; Bible Club 1; Voice 4; Junior Varsity 3. PHILLIP LLOYD GUFFEY " Give the world the best you have, and the best will come back to you. " F. F.A. 1, 2; Substitute Bus Driver 3, 4; Science Club 4; History 2. CARROLL WADE HEMPHILL " Hemp " " A little learning is a dangerous thing. " Student Council 1-4; F. F. A. 2, 3; History 2; Bus Driver 3, 4; Class Reporter 2; Glee Club 1; Annual Staff 4; Key Club 4; Voice 4. MARTHA LEE HENSLEY " The most utterly lost of all days, is that in which you have not once laughed. " F.T.A. 1, 3, 4; F.H.A. 2, 4; S a fe ty Patrol 3, 4; Glee Club 2. MARY JOYCE HOLLAND " Jingles " " What makes life worth living is our giving and forgiving. " Glee Club 1; Safety Patrol 1; F.H.A. 2-4, Historian 4; Handicraft 3; Beta Club 3, 4, Secretary 4; Marshal 3; History Cup 3; Library Science 3, 4; F.T.A. 4; Annual Staff 4; Voice 4; Honor Roll 1-4. WALTER EMERSON JACKSON " Stonewall " " The only way to have a friend is to be one. " F. F.A. 1, 2; Key Club 2-4, Trustee 3, Senior Director 4; Science Club 3, 4, President 4; Safety Patrol 2. 98 BOST BAKERY INCORPORATED Home Office Shelby, North Carolina Compliments of MARSHALL LUMBER COMPANY Marion, North Carolina DREXEL FURNITURE COMPANY Marion, North Carolina RALEIGH A. HUNTER, JR. General Manager YtAttOOK rUKISHEIS SCHOOi PHOTOGKAMHS COMMUCIAL HUNTERS « TYfEtfTTEtS unter CHARLES L. HUNTER Salei Manogcf COMPANY PHONE 4-7aSI 333 INDIANA AVENUE WINSTON-SAUM, N. C. 100 Compliments of OTIS L. BROYHILL FURNITURE COMPANY Manufacturers of Bedroom Furniture Marion, North Carolina CompI iments of CROSS COTTON MILL Marion, North Carolina SENIOR STATISTICS NELLIE SUE JENKINS " Nell " " An all-around girl who radiates joy, her only weakness is a brown-headed boy. " Basketball 1-2; F. H. A. 1, 2; Nurses Club 4; 4-H Club 1, 2; Glee Club 1-3. PHYLLIS REBECCA KOONE " Koonie " " One is easily fooled, by that which one loves. " Glee Club 1; F.H.A. 2; Monogram Club 2-4, President 4; Junior Varsity 1; Varsity 3, 4, Captain 4; Safety Patrol 1-4, Lieutenant 4;F.T.A. 4; Library Science 4- Beta Club 3, 4, Reporter 4; Annual Staff, Art Editor 4; Poet 4; Mar- shal 3; Miss Senior 1959. JOEL HADEN LANNING " Sixty " " ' Tisbettertobe rich in friends than friendly with riches. " Bible Club 1; F. F. A. 2, 3; Safety Patrol 4; History Club 2. OLIS RAY LAWING " With her I ' m satisfied. " F. F. A. 1-4; History Club 2; Bus Driver 3, 4; Science Club I. ETHEL JEANETTE LEDCETTER " Little Nette " " I can never explain why I love anybody or anything. " 4-H Club 1, 2; F.H.A. 2-4; Glee Club 1, 2; F. T. A. 4; Bus Patrol 1, 4; Handicraft 3; Library Science 4. SHIRLEY ANNE LYTLE " Peanut " " Brown eyes have been the downfall of more men than one. " Glee Club 1. 2; 4-H Club 1; F. T. A. 4; Class Officer, Secretary 1, Vice President 2, Reporter 3, Secretary 4; F. H. A. 2-4, Vice President 3, President 4; Handicraft 3; Miss Sophomore; Office Practice 4; Bus Patrol 1, 3; Bus Driver 4; Voice 4; Beta Club 4. SARAH VIRGINIA MACE " Gen " " That which is striking and beautiful is not always good; but that which is good is always beautiful. " 4-H Club 1, 2; C lass Play 1-2; F. N. A. 2; Handicraft 3; F.H.A. 3, 4; Bus Patrol 3; Library Science 3, 4; F. T.A. 4. CLARA THELMA MASHBURN " Splinter " " Every wish is like a prayer with God. " Handicraft 1-3, President 1; F.N. A. 3, 4, President 4; Library Science 2, 4. JAMES CHARLES McFALLS " Chick " " He profits most who serves best. " 4-H Club 1-4; Monogram Club 4; Safety Patrol 1, 2; Basketball 1, 2, 4; Know-How Club 3; F.F.A. 1, 2; Sentinel 1; Junior Varsity 1, 2. DAVID CLAY McINTOSH " To gain the respect of otliers, you must first have self respect. " F.F.A. 1-4, F. F. A. Federation Contest 2-4, President 4, Medals 2, 3; 4-H Club 1-4, Medals 1-4, President 3, 4; Boy Scout 1-3, Leader 1-3; Monogram Club 2; Junior Varsity 2, 3; Honor Roll 1-4; Key Club 2; Science Club 4; Annual Staff 4, Darkroom Manager and Photographer 4; Beta Club 4; Class President 4; County 4-H Club President. THELMA KARENE POTEAT " Kay " " Who so keepeth the fig tree shall eat tlie fruit there of. " Glee Club 1; Safety Patrol 1-3; F.H.A. 2, 3, Historian 3; Beta Club 3, 4, County Beta Club President 4; Handicraft 3; Annual Staff 4; Chief Marshal 3; D. A. R. History Award 3; Home Economics Medal 1, 2; F. T. A. 4; Manager School Store 4; Library Science 3, 4; Class Treasurer 3, 4; Voice 4; Honor Roll 1-4. ROSA MAE RADFORD " Dinky " " I will walk on my own two feet, work with my own two hands and speak my own mind. " F. T. A. 3, 4; Bus Patrol 3, 4; Beta Club 4; Basketball 1; Softball 1, 2; F.H.A. 4. BETTY JO REEL " Jo " " Smile and the world smiles with you; frown and it wrinkles your face. " Glee Club 1; Bible Club 1; F.H.A. 2; Know-How Club 3; Safety Patrol 4. EMMA JEAN RHOM " Jeanie " " I am not here to get what I can out of life, but to make others happy. " Handicraft 1; F.H.A. 1-4; F. T.A. 3, 4, Reporter 4; Safety Patrol 3, 4; Beta C lub 3, 4, Treasurer 4; Marshal 3; Glee Club 2. RUBY CHRISTINE ROBINSON " Butch " " The only way to have friends is to be a friend. " Glee Club 1; F.H.A. 2; Monogram Club 2; F. N. A. 4, Secretary 4;F. T.A. 3; Varsity 2; Student Patrol 1; Library Science 3, 4; Senior Superlative. BARBARA ANN ROYSTER " Bobbie " " I am one who doesn ' t believe in love at first sight, but I do believe in taking a second look. " F.H.A. 1-2; Glee Club 1-3; Monogram Club 3, 4; Bas- ketball 1-4; Safety Patrol 3. MARY ANGELENE SMITH " Angel " " Love will find a way. " Glee Club 1, 2; F.H.A. 1, 2; Monogram Club 2-4, Vice President 3, Reporter 4; Junior Varsity 1; Varsity 2-4, Captain 4; Safety Patrol 1-3; Student Council 2-4; Annual Staff 4; Library Science 1; Substitute Bus Driver 3, Bus Driver 4; Senior Superlative. JOSEPH EUGENE SUMLIN " He who cries, cries alone. " History Club 1, 2; F.F.A. 2-4; Safety Patrol 3; Key Club 3, 4, Vice President 4; Substitute Bus Driver 4. DAVID THOMAS TONEY " Pug " " Smile and the world smiles witli you. " F.F.A. 1-4; History Club 2; Science Club 1; Junior Varsity 2; Substitute Bus Driver 4. JUANITA WILMA WISEMAN " Weedy " " He alone hast lost the art to live, who cannot win new friends. " Glee Club 1, 2;F.T.A. 1, 2, 4; Know-How Club 3; Safety Patrol 4; F.H.A. 2. SAMUEL EARNEST YOUNG " All great minds run in the same track; too bad you got derailed. " F.F.A. 1, 2, 4, Reporter 1, Reporter 4; Monogram Club 2-4; Bus Driver 3; Annual Staff 4; Basketball 2-4; 4-H Club 1, 2. 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