Glenwood High School - Nushka Yearbook (Glenwood, NC)
- Class of 1961
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Di gitized by the Internet Archive in 2013 http: archive.org details nushka19611961glen Published By The Students Of GLENWOOD HIGH SCHOOL Glenwood, North Carolina an era o f PROGRESS We welcome the future, for we are prepared. For four years we have been strengthened by knowledge, trained for leadership, and enriched by companionship. Through the cooperative efforts of our church, our school, and our home, we have learned the essence of adult life -- responsibility and independence in the true sense. TAKING INSTRUCTIONS IS AN IMPORTANT PART OF AGRICULTURE Spirit . . . loyalty . . . achievement . . . friend- ship . . . are all a part of the memories that linger with us long after we leave Glenwood High School. Our school will change, but it will always be the school that we know . . . enriched and strengthened by the traditions of the past. HAVE YOU HAD YOUR SOUP TODAY? Table of Contents Administration Faculty Classes Features Sports Activities Ads Page Page Page Page Page Page 17 20 23 67 71 79 Page 103 5 Qlenwood Hig today. As the architect lays brick upon brick according to his scheme and constructs an imposing edifice, so does the day by day routine of our school life build a ground- work for the future that we plan for ourselves. GREAT SCOT - NOT THE ACID! In the construction of the master plan for a year at high school, we can see the influence of many builders: our superintendent, our principal, faculty, classmates, parents, and finally the individual whose life is in the formative stage. The consummation of plans that have become working realities signifies Glenwood High School today. SENIORS ARE URGED - TO DECIDE WHICH CAREER TO FOLLOW. 6 MISS IOLA PARKER ' S AVID T. V. FANS . learning, moving forward ARE YOU SURE GLUE WILL TAKE THE PLACE OF PARAFFIN? ACCURACY IS MORE IMPORTANT THAN SPEED! INTELLECTUALLY Life is like an endless treasure chest, filled with success, love, peace, and happi- ness. This chest, however, demands a key to unlock its wealth. The key to life ' s treasure is learning. At Glenwood High Schuol we are able to attain the academic phase of learning in fields of mathematics, languages, social studies, and science. Here we are urged to put the key of learning to use in unlocking life ' s great wealth. GEOMETRY PLAYS AN IMPORTANT PART IN TRAIN- ING STUDENTS FOR MANY VOCATIONS. STUDENTS PREPARE FOR THE FUTURE THROUGH SCIENCE. 8 THIS IS NOT A SOCIAL HOUR. THE GIRLS ' ENSEMBLE WORKS FOR GOOD TONE QUALITY. We realize that spiritual growth is vital to maturity. At Glenwood High School we hold daily morning devotions in each homeroom. We are helped to learn that we must achieve spiritual as well as mental and physical growth during the adolescent years. Academic growth is worthless unless accompanied by an ever grow- ing awareness of a faith. Education imparts knowledge to make a living; religion bestows a purpose to make life. " HE IS THE WAY, THE TRUTH, AND THE LIFE. " SPIRITUALLY 9 PHYSICALLY Realizing that physical growth is im- portant in the total educational program for each student, Glenwood High School strives to teach the care and proper development of the body. Through organized team sports and individual competition, we realize the importance not only of maturing in physical skills, but also of acquiring self-discipline. Our vital concern is to achieve a balanced alliance between the mind and the body. AND THE SCORE GOES UP ANOTHER NOTCH! 10 SENIORS TAKE A BREAK AND READ THE SCHOOL NEWSPAPER, THE SPOTLIGHT. HOME ECONOMICS CLASS SURPRISES MISS FRANKLIN ON HER LAST DAY OF STUDENT TEACHING. THROUGH SCHOOL ACTIVITIES STUDENTS GROW SOCIALLY. One of our main objectives in life is the mastery of regulating work with play. We must learn not only to enjoy our lives in leisure moments, but also to balance them with the proper blend of social activ- ity. At Glenwood High School, we learn to adjust to various situations and develop- ments. We have the opportunity to mingle and get along harmoniously with all types of people. Thus we can more fully com- prehend the complexity of our own beings. SOCIALLY growing in service to our community The ideal of service to one ' s fellow man is an integral part of education, for it is only through giving of oneself that true satisfaction comes. Because of this emphasis at Glenwood High School, we are now prepared to serve our school and our community more effective- I HOPE THIS BALANCES WITH THE RECEIPTS. 12 I KNOW IT ' S HERE SOME PLACE. GLENWOOl) HIGH 13 On MRS. JACQUETTE ROBINSON The members of the senior class feel that there are two teachers They are Mrs. Jacquette Robinson and Mr. Robert Goodson of the to the seniors those unpretentious, intrinsic, and often intangible Ask the senior girls if they enjoy Home Eco- nomics I and n. Invariably there will be a nos- talgic answer somewhat like this: " Oh, yes! We just loved Mrs. Robinson; she was so understanding and patient with us! She helped us to solve all kinds of problems and seemed never to tire of helping! " Are there any girls who have come under the influence of Mrs. Robinson who cannot truthfully say: " Because of her, ' We face the future with warm courage and high hope. ' " ? Truly these favorite teachers are " Leaders trained to point the dents and the school at large, the senior class humbly dedicates the H Appreciation MR. ROBERT GOODSON who deserve equal tokens of appreciation in this year ' s Nushka. Vocational Department. Mrs. Robinson and Mr. Goodson represent influences so basically important in the lives of students. Ask the senior boys who have been, or are now in, Mr. Goodson ' s classes what they think of Glen- wood ' s agriculture teacher. Answers similar to these readily come back: " He ' s the greatest! . . . . Say, that guy can ' improve ' anything - even you - if you need it .... He understands us fellows . . . . Remember White Lake? Trips to Raleigh, Asheville, Cool Springs? .... He can make any team a winner, one way or another! " way. " In appreciation of their invaluable influences on both the stu- 1961 Nushka to Mrs. Jacquette Robinson and Mr. Robert Goodson. 15 Parcnf fielders Association Serving as this year ' s P.T.A. officers are Mrs. Joan Goodson, Secretary; Mrs. Lloyd Bennett, Treasurer; and Mrs. M. U. Marlowe, Vice-President. P.T.A. projects include the construction of a covered entrance at the front of the main building and the installation of three mercury lights to provide illumination at the front and back of the campus. Profits from the annual Fall Festival, the major fund-raising campaign, are used to finance these projects. Qlenwood Higfi Sc ool Alumni Association Their main objective is threefold: To continue friendships and memories born in the classrooms, halls, and grounds of Glenwood High School; To assist morally and financially worthy students of Glenwood High School in their pursuit of higher education; and finally, to strive for the best in leadership and facilities for the present and future students of Glenwood High School. We earnestly solicit your support as you transcend from student to alumni. Other alumni officers this year are Mrs. Walt Williams, Secre- tary; Mrs. E. R. Lawing, Treasurer; and Ben Landis, Vice-President. Mr. Bill Silver President 16 5fie Superintendent, Supervisor, Sckool Committee, and Staff play an important part in a Well-run scfiooL Mrs. Zilpha Jarrett and Mrs. Sue Chrisawn Hicks B. Hemphill, Ray Westmoreland, Mrs. Ernestine Laughridge, County Office Personnel and Vernon Crawley. School Committee Our Principal FRANK W. HOWELL From daily contact with all of us, we are sure his every wish is that he can find in each of us a spark of good that can be cultivated. Kind friend, may your wish come true and may each of us, like you, see good in all who pass our way. Ann Arrowood Editor-in-Chief Paul Edward Allison, Jr. B.S. Grammar Grade Education Western Carolina College Lawrence Atchley B. S. Math and Science Appalachian State Teachers College Qlenwood Second 3 cu iy in Mrs. Pearl R. Austin Primary Education Western Carolina College Miss Hope Bailey Mars Hill Junior College B.S. Music Womans ' College, U. N. C. Graduate Study Juilliard School of Music Mrs. Lois C. Cook A. B. Library Science Womans ' College, U. N. C. Clyde C. Day B. S. Chemistry and Biology East Tennessee State College M. A. Biology Education Appalachian State Teachers College Mrs. Laylas N. Edney Grammar Grade Education Appalachian State Teachers College Miss Ivarea Flack Grammar Grade Education Western Carolina College Paul E. Flack Appalachian State Teachers College A.B. Physical Education and Social Studies Lenoir Rhyne College M.A. Education and Physical Edu- cation University of North Carolina Robert B. Goodson B.S. Agricultural Education Berea College 20 Boasfs Largest County James V. McMahan East Tennessee State College Miss Louise Metcalf B.S. English and Social Studies Mars Hill College East Tennessee State College Mrs. Sadie Anderson Marlowe B.A. Business Education Lenoir Rhyne College Miss Sarah Emma McGalliard B.S. Primary Education Appalachian State Teachers College Mrs. Dessie Lawing B.S. Grammar Grade Education Appalachian State Teachers College Lenoir Rhyne College Mrs. Doris J. Lonon B.A. Elementary Education Lenoir Rhyne College Miss Charline Hemphill B.S. Education Asheville Teachers College Mrs. Dora B. Howell B. S. English and Social Studies East Tennessee State College Graduate Work University of North Carolina Mrs. Joan D. Goodson B. A. English Berea College Mrs. Ruth G. Hawkins B. S. Primary Education Appalachian State Teachers College 21 Mrs. Margaret B. Norris B. S. Commercial and Social Studies Montreat College Appalachian State Teachers College Mrs. Bonnie Parker A. B. English, French, Mathematics Gardner Webb Junior College Carson Newman College Lloyd I. Phillips B. S. History and Social Studies East Tennessee State College Mrs. Arnold Pyatt Lenoir Rhyne College Mrs. Clara E. Rayburn B. S. Primary Education Appalachian State Teachers College Willard John Roberts B. S. Physical Education East Carolina College Mrs. Jacquette K. Robinson B. S. Home Economics and General Science Mars Hill College Winthrop College Womans ' College, University of North Carolina Mrs. Lalage G. Tucker B. S. Education Asheville Teachers College Mrs. LaVergne Jeffries Voice and Piano Mrs. Libby Loudermilk Dancing 22 Holding the position of class officers are Nora Jane Sprouse, Secretary; Joe Koone, Vice-President; Eula Clark, Reporter; Frances Sumlin, President; and Irene Hall, Treasurer. Senior Class The Seniors had two main projects this year, other than their academic ones. They were raising funds for a gift to the school and earning money to help defray the costs of the annual trip to Washington and New York. The highlight activity of the year, of course, is the Commence- ment Program, conducted by the honor students of the class. MRS. DORA B. HOWELL Sponsor 24 BILLY REID ANDERSON JOANN ANTHONY DOROTHY ANN ARROWOOD RICHARD DON BARNES BILLY REID ANDERSON: F.F.A. 1,2,3,4; 4-H Club 1,2,3,4. JOANN ANTHONY: F. T.A. 4; F.H.A. 1,2,3,4; Glee Club 1; Library Science Club 4; Handicraft Club 4. DOROTHY ANN ARROWOOD: Beta Club 3,4, Secretary and Treasurer 4; Bus Driver 4; Safety Patrol 3,4; Student Council 2,3,4, Vice-President 2; Future Nurses ' Club 1, Secretary 1; F.H.A. 3; Glee Club 1,2; Nushka Associate Editor 3, Editor 4; Handicraft Club 1,2, Vice-President2; Home Economics Medal 1,2; County Beta Club Treasurer 4; Junior Marshal 3; Class Sweetheart 4; Class Officer 1,2,3; Student Council Presi- dent 4; Fiftieth Girl Award 4. RICHARD DON BARNES: Beta Club 4; Key Club 3,4; Safety Patrol 3; Student Council 3,4; Science Club 1; F.F.A. 1,2,3; Star Chapter Farmer Award 2; Fiftieth Boy Award 4. JOYCE ANN BRENDLE: F.T.A. 3; Future Nurses ' Club 1,2,3,4; F.H.A. 1; Glee Club 1,2; Handicraft Club 1; 4-H Club 1. JAMES CECIL BUCHANAN: Key Club 3,4; F.F.A. 1,2,3,4; Basketball 2,3,4; Mono- gram Club 2,3,4; King 4. GUY BURLESON: Football 1; Chemistry 4. JOYCE ANN BRENDLE JAMES CECIL BUCHANAN GUY LON BURLESON MARY EDNA CABLE EULA MAE CLARK CLYDE LEE CONNER LAWSON MAC COOK MARY EDNA CABLE: Beta Club 4; Future Nurses ' Club 4; F.H.A. 1,2,3, Parlia- mentarian 2; Glee Club 1,2; Spotlight Editor 4; Nushka Proofreader 4; Handicraft Club 1,2, Treasurer 2; Home Economics Award 2; American History Award 3; JUNIOR MARSHAL CHIEF 3. EULA MAE CLARK: F.T.A. 3,4, Secretary 3; F.H.A. 1,2,3; Glee Club 1,2; Spotlight Reporter 4; Handicraft Club 1,2; Class Reporter 4. CLYDE LEE CONNER: Safety Patrol 1,3; Science Club 1; 4-H Club 1,2,3. LAWSON M. COOK: Key Club 3,4, Treasurer 4; Safety Patrol 3,4; F.F.A. 1,2,3,4; 4-H Club 1,2,3,4. CURTIS WILLIAM COSBY: Key Club 2,3,4, Vice-President 3, President 4; Bus Driver 3; Safety Patrol 4, Captain 4; Student Council 3,4; F.F.A. 1,2,3,4, Sentinel 3, President 3,4; 4-H Club 1,2,3; Spotlight Sports Editor 4; Nushka Adver- tising Manager 4; Basketball 1,2,3,4; Baseball 2,4; Monogram Club 1,2,3,4, Reporter 2, President 4. CAROLYN LOU DAVIS: Future Nurses ' Club 2,3,4, Reporter 3, President 4; F.H.A. 1,2,3, Secretary 2; Glee Club 1,2; Library Science Club Secre- tary 4; Spotlight Fashion Editor 4; Handicraft Club 1. JACKIE ARTHUR ELLIOTT: F.F.A. 1,2. CURTIS WILLIAM COSBY CAROLYN LOU DAVIS JACK ARTHUR ELLIOTT CAROLYN JANICE FORTUNE BARBARA SUE GALLION CAROLYN JANICE FORTUNE: Science Club 2; F.H.A. 2,3,4; Monogram Club 4; Morganton Senior High School 1,2,3. BARBARA SUE GALLION: Beta Club 3,4; Future Nurses ' Club 3; F.H.A. 1,2,3; Glee Club 1,2; Spotlight Typist 4; Handicraft Club 1. RUBY IRENE HALL: F.T.A. 1,2,3,4, President 4; F.H.A. 2,3,4; 4-H Club 3; Glee Club 1,2,3, Reporter 3; Store Manager 4; Class Treasurer 4. SHIRLEY ANN HARVEY: F.T.A. 1,2,3,4; Safety Patrol 4; Future Nurses Club 2; F.H.A. 1,2,3; 4-H Club 1; Glee Club 1,2; Library Science Cluo 4; Handicraft Club 2. LINDA ANN HAYNES: Science Club 1; Future Nurses ' Club 3; F.H.A. 2; 4-H Club 1; Glee Club 2; Library Science Club 1. BRYANT CRAWFORD JACKSON: Key Club 4; Bus Driver 4; F.F.A. 1,2; 4-H Club 1,2,3,4; Spotlight Staff 4; Nushka Sports Editor 4. LUCY ALLENE KAYLOR: Future Nurses ' Club 3,4, Vice-President 3; F.H.A. 2; 4-H Club 1; Glee Club 1; Spotlight Co- Feature Editor 4. LINDA ANN HAYNES BRYANT CRAWFORD JACKSON JOSEPH GRAYSON KOONE BEULAH PEARL LAWING JACK MANLEY LED FORD SUE CAROLYN LUSK JOSEPH GRAYSON KOONE: Key Club 3,4; Safety Patrol 3; F.F.A. 1,2,3,4, Sentinel 3; Nushka Snapshot Editor 4; Boys ' State Representative 3. BEULAH PEARL LAWING: Future Nurses ' Club 3,4; F.H.A. 1,2; Glee Club 1,2; Handicraft Club 1,2. JACKMANLEY LEDFORD: Key Club 3,4; Safety Patrol 3,4; Science Club 1; F.F.A. 2,3, Vice-President 3; 4-H Club 1,2,3; Spotlight Associate Editor 4. SUE CAROLYN LUSK: F.T.A. Secretary 4; Bus Driver 4; F.H.A. 1,2,3,4; 4-H Club 1,2, 3, Secretary 1; Voice 1; Library Science Club 4; Spotlight Feature Editor 4; Nushka Associate Editor 4; Monogram Club 1,2,3, Secretary 2; Handicraft Club 2; Class Sweetheart 3; Bus Driver ' s Sweetheart 4; Basketball 1,2,3. JERRY WAYNE MACE: Key Club 4; Nushka Business Manager 4; Choir 1; Fire Department 3; Mount Pisgah Academy 1,2,3. BARBARA ANN McCLURE: Future Nurses ' Club 1,2,3,4, Reporter 4; F.H.A. 1,2,3 ; Glee Club 1,2; Library Science Club 4. ROBERT WILSON McSWAIN: Safety Patrol 1; Reporter 1; Glee Club 1,2, Secretary; Basketball 1,2; Monogram Club 1,2. JERRY WAYNE MACE BARBARA ANN McCLURE ROBERT WILSON McSWAIN REDD WILLIAM MORGAN RITA JEAN PAINTER REID WILLIAM MORGAN: Safety Patrol 2,4; F.F.A. 1,2,3,4; Bus Driver 4. RITA JEAN PAINTER: Beta Club 4; Future Nurses ' Club 1,4; F.H.A. 2,3, Secretary 2; Glee Club 1,2; Spotlight Business Manager 4; Handicraft Club 1. COBENA RASH: F.T.A. 3,4, Vice-President 4; Future Nurses ' Club 4; F.H.A. 1,2, Reporter 2; Glee Club 1,2; Spotlight Art Editor 4; Nushka Assistant Art Editor 4, Snapshot Editor 4; Handicraft Club 1,2. PHYLLIS RACHEL SMITH: Beta Club 3,4, President 4; Safety Patrol 4; Student Council 1,2,3,4; F.H.A. 1,2,3,4, President 4, Vice-President 3; Library Science Club 4; Spotlight Sports Editor 4, Cartoonist 4; Nushka Sports Editor 4, Art Editor 4; Basketball 1,2,3,4; Monogram Club 1,2,3,4, Reporter 4, President 4, Treasurer 3; Queen 3,4; MISS GLENWOOD HIGH 4. NORA JANE SPROUSE: Bus Driver 4; Safety Patrol 4; Future Nurses ' Club 1,3; Glee Club 1,2; Nushka Typist 4; Monogram Club, Secretary 4; Handicraft Club 1; Class Secretary 4. ETHEL LUCILLE STACEY: Science Club 2; Future Nurses ' Club 4; F.H.A. 1, 3; 4-H Club 1,2,3; Basketball 1,2,3,4; Monogram Club 1,2,3,4. FRANCES WILMA SUMLIN: Beta Club 3,4; Safety Patrol 3,4, Captain 4; Future Nurses ' Club 1; F. H.A. 2,3, President 3; Glee Club 1,2; Spotlight Proofreader 4; Handicraft Club 1,2, President 2; D.A.R. GOOD CITIZEN 4, CHIEF JUNIOR MARSHAL 3; Class Presi- dent 4. NORA JANE SPROUSE ETHEL LUCILLE STACEY PEGGY LANE SWANN BRENDA JOYCE TYO BETTY LOU WARD PEGGY LANE SWANN: BetaClub3; F.T.A. 2; Glee Club 2; Basketball 1; Monogram Club 1; Dramatics Club 1. BRENDA JOYCE TYO: Beta Club 4; F.T.A. 4; F.H.A. 1,2,3,4; Glee Club 1; Library Science Club President 4; Handicraft Club 1,2. BETTY LOU WARD: Beta Club 3,4, Vice-President 4; F.H.A. 1,3; 4-H Club 1; Basketball 1,2,3,4; Monogram Club 1,2,3,4. WILLIAM RAY WESTMORELAND: Bus Driver 4; Science Club 1; F.F.A. 2,3,4; 4-H Club 1,2,3; Basketball 1,2,3; Baseball 2,3; Mono- gram Club 2,3. CHARLES CLELL WHITSON: Key Club 4; Safety Patrol 4; F.F.A. 1; 4-H Club 1,2; Basketball 2,3,4; Monogram Club 2,3,4. JEAN ELAINE WILSON: F.T.A. 4; Science Club 2; Future Nurses ' Club 1; Spotlight Circulation Manager 4; Sub Cheerleader 1; Cane River High School 1,2; Glee Club 1,2,3. WILLIAM RAY WESTMORELAND CHARLES CLELL WHITSON JEAN ELAINE WILSON THE BELL TOLLED FOR... WILLIAM ELIGH MARLOWE son of Mr. and Mrs. Isaac Marlowe Dedicated in loving memory of a member of our class " For Whom the Bell Tolled " April 7, 1959 MARY CABLE EULA CLARK Who Cfiose idese Seniors Qualifies of Scfiolasfic Attainment DON BARNES FIFTIETH BOY BENNY RASH PHYLLIS SMITH Sapped for VJdo J s Wko FRANCES SUMLIN NORA JANE SPROUSE The Fiftieth Girl and Fiftieth Boy are nominated and voted unanimously by the high school faculty . The awards are made on the assumption that each is " one out of fifty " who will remain after the crowd is gone and set things in order and who, to the best of his ability, cooperates and succeeds in all undertakings that he accepts. M p - FLOWER: White Rose COLORS: Green and White MOTTO: " But somehow we believe that good shall be the final goal of ill. " . . . Tennyson M seots One of the most important chores that the senior class has, is the selection of the mascots. This year ' s class has chosen Velda Harris and Gary Berryhill. Both mascots are five years old. Velda is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jim Harris, and Gary is the son of Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Berryhill. CLASS POEM Onward and upward together we rose Banded together in friendship true, Pushing toward futures no one knows; Yet ever taking courage anew. As freshmen we were verdantly green; Yet ever happy and gay. Graduation Day was still a gleam, Though still far, far away. As sophomores we were wiser and bolder, Increasing in wisdom day by day, Realizing each day we grew older That there was less and less time to play. Then all too soon came our junior year With banquets, corsages, and rings. Only the senior class was our peer; Ah, yes, we were happy as kings. Now we are the class of ' 61; Each fleeting day brings the time nigh When the diplomas we have won, Bids us say farewell to Glenwood High. Though we may wander far and wide Over every sea and land, Memories of Glenwood will abide And lead us gently by the hand. Allene Kaylor Class Poet 34 Holding the honor of class officers are Jim Condrey, Secretary; Jerry Bledsoe, Vice-President; Dennis Moore, President; Lola Suttle, Secretary; Joyce Smith, President; and Ruth Hawkins, Treasurer. 9 uxuox cl ass Mrs. Bonnie Parker Mr. Lawrence There are sixty-five members of the junior class and they have been active in several projects: the Halloween King and Queen contest and plans for the Junior-Senior Banquet. The Junior-Senior Ban- quet and the Junior -Senior Christmas Party are the main projects of the year. This year instead of ex- changing gifts, the junior girls are playing Santa to eleven boys and girls in the Primary grades. James Condrey Jimmy Condrey Lucy Creson Allan Duncan Carl Morgan James Mostiller Virginia Nichols Lucille Parker Bobby Poteat Brenda Poteat Connie Poteat Billy Ramsey John Rash Joann Ray John Ray Gladys Reel J. C. Roberts Janice Rumfelt Jeanette Rumfelt Douglas Seaman Sopdomove Cl Officers - JhP Serving their class as officers this year are Elaine Arrowood, President; Patsy Smith, Vice- President; Marie Smith, Treasurer; and Charles Ballard, Secretary. Sopdo move cl ass Now that we have reached our Sophomore year, we realize that our high school days are slipping fast and that each year is rewarding as we attain new goals. Looking back over our years at Glenwood, we have found this year to be one of the most prosperous and exciting ones. Learning about Shakespeare ' s Julius Caesar, memorizing al- gebra formulas, and studying biological terms have been part of our work. We shall endeavor to make our remaining two years at Glenwood the best ever. Miss Louise Metcalf 40 Mr. Paul Flack Elaine Arrowood Charles Ballard Barbara Barber Martha Barnes Max Barrier Jimmy Blankenship Elaine Bradley Betty Bright William Brown Rosa Burnette Sop o moves : , H . P f James Causby Roger Childers Eugene Clark Doris Clewis Gloria Condrey Charles Conner Mildred Conner Charles Davis 41 Linda Kaylor Ralph Kaylor Eugene Laughridge Diane Lawing Larry Lawing Reta Lawing Steve McCraw John McMahan D r A 4 i .it ■9M Jv P i ) I ass Reidy McNeely Leroy Morgan Linda Morgan Grace Myers Jerry Nelson Ann Parker Julia Patton Priscilla Piercy Billie Price Mary Puckeridge I Leading the Freshman class as their officers are Judy Allison, Treasurer; Peggy Lawing, Secretary; Linda McCarthy, Vice-President, Betty Arrowood, President, Danny Webb, Secretary; John Swan, President, and Bobby Koone, Treasurer. 3res(iman Class This year sixty- six freshmen embarked upon their high school career. They have helped raise money for their harvest festival queen and participated in many other worthwhile projects. They become " dizzy " watching the juniors and seniors rushing around preparing for Christmas parties, publishing the annual and newspaper, pre- paring themes and research papers, and wondering if they will ever " get in " on the fun! 45 Mrs. Jacquette Robinson Mr. Willard Roberts Johnny Gibbs Rita Guffey Mary Ann Hawkins Ted Hunt Jerry Huskins Gayle Houck Katrina Jackson Patsy Kelley Bobby Koone Harley Lane Eula Lawing Jearline Lawing Peggy Lawing Lois Ledbetter 3 r e s m e n Linda Marlowe Linda McCarthy Ronald Moody Benny Morgan Brenda Morgan Gary Morgan Ronald Padgett Betty Painter Mrs. Goodson Gigdtk Qr de p £ 9 i DNH r r V, V f p iKlni r 1. A Syble Atchley Audrey Blankenship Gale Brown Malinda Ann Burgin Wilma Cable Larry Carver Danny Cogdill Arthur Cox Johnny Deck Brenda Duncan Sherry Flack Roger Franklin Gary Gibbs Linda Grant Eddie Hawkins Gail Haynes Rachel Hensley Wade Ledford Bobby Holland Jerry Hollifield Mary Hollifield Donna Jones Karen Laney Sandra Laughridge Marvin Mostiller Shirley Nelson David Owens Brenda Poteat Phil Poteat Becky Simpson Billy Smith Lena Smith Mike Smith Mary Ann Vallini Shirley Wilkerson Sigdtd Qrzde Mr. Phillips mJ rkL Delores Anderson Michael Arrowood Phyllis Barnes Anne Brookshire Faye Buckner Jane Burnette Norma Cable James Clark Pamela Clark Susie Condrey Gary Creech Carolyn Davis Wayne Fortune Sandra Freeman Kenneth Frisbee Roy Gardner Patsy Gragg June Hawkins Ronnie Hicks Eric Hilton Harry Holland Barbara Huskins Sandra Huskins Barbara Ann Lawing Barbara Lee Lawing Glenda Morgan Jimmy Parker Donald Penley Bobby Proctor nnie Mae Reel Jimmy Rhom Phillip Sorrejls Jimmy Trantham Aaron Watkins David Webb Gig id Qrzde Mr. McMahan Alice Arrowood Jerry Barlow Kenneth Berryhill Margaret Bledsoe Margaret Bradley Gary Byrd Charles Cable Keith Cannon Douglas Cauthren Carl Christopher ft Billy Dover Brenda Earl Tonia Ellington Harold Elliott Ronald Foster r Neil Franklin Kathryn Kelley Joe Lawing Pamila Lawing Wallace Ledford Geneve Mashburn Billy Morgan Annie Price Rena Price Carl Radford Mary Radford Dan Rash Jerry Reel Betty Ward Lloyd Yates 52 205 eigkik gv devs fiaue core Curriculum unifs of study Language Arts are taught by Mrs. Goodson. Mr. McMahan teaches social studies and health. Mrs. Norris Seventh Qr de r ft V t x - " I P r % f At - c r iff David Aldredge Roger Arrowood Floyd Bailey Jolly Bailey Thelma Benge Linda Bledsoe Ricky Bowman Lynn Clarke Charles Collins Linda Finley Glenda Garland Johnny Gragg Gloria Haney Fredia Hensley Grayson Holland Eddie Johnson Harry Kidd Alice Lane Polly Lanning Billy Lawing Wanda Lawing Jewell Ledford Barbara Mc Falls Nancy Moore Gene Morgan Elwanda Morgan Arvle Nations Bobby Ray Ann Reel Marie Reel Barbara Sorrells Arnold Sparks Gayle Washburn Celia Willis Carol Yates Mr. Allison Seventh Qx ae r J Joan Anderson Norman Arrowood Donald Ballard Paul Barnes Larry Bledsoe Timmy Buchanan Linda Cable Patricia Caldwell Juanita Carver Margaret Clark Gerald Conner Roger Conner Barbara Fender Georgia Gardner Mary Goins Gary Gragg Patsy Hall Jimmy Hensley Johnny Hensley Wanda Hogan Fred Houck Gary Hughes Zane Jackson Charles Koone Brenda Marlowe Nina Mostiller Gail Radford Raymond Reel Sharon Reel Rita Rhom Carolyn Shell Billy Stacey Ruby Suttle Linda Warren Dean Woodby J Barbara Arrowood Robert Arrowood David Brookshire Joyce Cable Rebecca Cannon Dianne Cogdill Maxine Crawley Linda Elliott Margaret Garland June Gilliam Judy Greer Libby Harmon Leroy Hollifield Jerry Hunter Beth Jackson Barbara Kaylor Dianne Koone Edward Laney Ann Landis Timmy Laughridge Jan Lewis Michael Mann Margaret Marlowe James Moore Lois Morgan Shirley Nations Joe Owens Retha Piercy Delois Pitman Steve Simmons Ann Smith Brenda Smith Donnie Swann Ronnie Swann Larry Vaughn Rebecca Ward Beverly Yates Sixtk Qr de James Aldredge Leona Anthony Judy Arrowood Brenda Atchley Cathy Austin Terry Beam Douglas Benge Richard Collins Jerry Conner Carolyn Creson Betty Dover Ronnie Dover Jerry Evans Sandra Foster Jane Frisbee Joan Frisbee Linda Hensley Mary Kelley D. 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E. Condrey, was selected by the junior boys ' class to represent their class as sweetheart this year. Some of the clubs to which Priscilla belongs are Pep Squad, Girls Ensemble, Beta Club, and Student Council. She is active in a variety of school activities as well. Swimming, basketball, sewing, cooking, and dating are a few of her main interests. Miss Senior Miss Ann Arrowood Ann, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Dewey Arrowood, was chosen by the senior boys ' as the class sweetheart. She takes special interest in many activities. Some of the clubs to which Ann belongs are Beta Club, Student Council, and Safety Patrol. As Editor-in-Chief of the Nushka, Ann has spent many hours, planning the layout and supervising her staff to bring a bigger and better Nushka to Glenwood students. weetke rts Miss Sophomore Miss Linda Isaacs Linda, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Gaylon Isaacs, was se- lected by the sophomore boys ' class to represent their class as sweetheart. Linda is interested in music, particularly the piano, enjoys sports, and participates actively in school affairs. She is a member of Future Homemakers of America, Safety Patrol, Student Council, and is an officer in Future Teachers of America. Miss 3vesd man Miss Betty Arrowood Betty, the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Dewey Arrowood, was chosen by the freshmen boys ' class to represent their class as sweetheart of this year. She is an active member in several clubs. Some of them are Future Homemakers of America and Student Council. She is also president of the freshmen girls ' class. Cooking, volleyball and the piano are her main interests. Key Club Sweetheart Bus Drivers Sweetheart Miss Carolyn Davis Carolyn, a senior, was chosen as Key Club Sweetheart during their annual contest held in October. Carolyn rode in the Christmas parade held December 6. Miss Sue Lusk Sue, a member of the senior class, was chosen by the male bus drivers to represent them as Bus Drivers ' Sweetheart in the Christmas parade. 33. h. Sweetheart Miss Diane Lawing Diane, a member of the sophomore class, was chosen F.F.A. Sweetheart during their annual contest. Judy Allison, a freshman, was runner-up. Both girls rode in the Christmas Parade. ension mounts at the practice sessions to see who the starting line-up ill be. 1960 - 1961 SCHEDULE December 6 North Cove Home December 19 Nebo Home January 6 Old Fort Away January 13 Nebo Away January 20 Pleasant Gardens Home January 24 Old Fort Home February 3 North Cove Away February 10 Pleasant Gardens Away Qivls 7 Looking over the 1960-61 basketball schedule are Mr. Willet, student teacher from A.S.T.C., and Captains Phyllis Smith, Betty Ward, Ethel Stacey, and Coach Roberts. Phyllis Smith Betty Ward Leading the Dragonettes to victory are Marie Smith, Manager; Mary Ann Hawkins, Linda Marlowe, Nellie Poteat, Patsy Smith, Linda McCarthy, Julia Patton, Billie Price, Ruth Hawkins, Donna Aldredge, Lola Suttle, Glenda Kaylor, Jackie Smith, Louise Marlowe, Phyllis Smith, Ethel Stacey, Nancy Ross, Jeanette Rumfelt, Pat Westmoreland, and Betty Ward. Ethel Stacey Donna Aldridge Jeanette Rumfelt Louise Marlowe Leroy Stevenson, Allan Duncan, Managers; ClintonReel, Gene Laughridge, Bill Jarrett, Donald Hughes, Clell Whits on, Jim Buchanan, Michael Dockery, Tommy Buchanan, Carl Morgan, Ronald Padget, Jimmy Condrey, Curtis Cosby, Donald Hayes, Jerry Nelson, Ralph Kaylor, Bill Queen, Charles Davis, Mickey Benge compose the Dragon squad. (z Ctu l The Qlenwood " Dragons " find the path to vic- tory through teamwork, determination, and good sportsmanship. Due to beginning late in the season, no definite starting line-ups have been chosen. In years to come each player will look with great enjoyment and pride at having been a part of the team. Coach Roberts gives last-minute instructions to the boys. Betty Sparks Virginia Nichols Maxine Hawkins Varsify Cheerleaders Glynda Cannon Blonnie Gilliam Chief Priscilla Extine Margaret Young Constant encouragement for members of the Athletic Department comes from The Monogram Club. Monogram Planning for the Monogram Club are President, Phyllis Smith; Vice-President, Curtis Cosby; Secretary, Nora Jane Sprouse; Treasurer, Eddie Laney. The Monogram Club con- sists mainly of athletes who participate and letter in the various school sports. Also in- cluded are the cheerleaders, who try to instill school spirit among the athletes and students. Harvest 3 vov ies Primary grades King and Queen Miriam Ward John Arrowood (grammar Qv des King and Queen Elwanda Morgan Billy Lawing k. Ji Donna Aldridge Bda Club for Leadership Brenda Tyo Lois Arrowood Don Barnes Mary Cable Frances Sumlin Joyce Smith Jeanette Rumfelt Leading the Beta Club this year are Phyllis Smith, Presi- dent; Betty Ward, Vice-President; Ann Arrowood, Secre- tary and Treasurer; and Miss Louise Metcalf, sponsor. Glenda Cannon Janice Rumfelt Priscilla Extine Barbara Gallion The Beta Club is an achievement-service or- ganization for high school students. Its objectives are the following: to encourage efforts, promote character, stimulate achievement, and to encourage and assist students to continue their education after high school. Membership is limited to juniors and seniors who have an average of ninety or above. U At. A mU MM Rita Painter Virginia Nichols Blonnie Gilliam Maxine Hawkins Ruth Hawkins Eddie Laney Marshals Holding the honor of Junior Marshals are Ann Arrowood, Mary Cable, Frances Sumlin, Phyllis Smith, Ethel Stacey, and Betty Ward. The JUNIOR MARSHALS are chosen each year by the Junior Sponsors, who select them on the basis of scholarship and citizenship achievements. Mary Cable and Frances Sumlin tied for chief marshal ' s place; consequently both shared the honor. We Honor Our C iejs Both Mary and Frances had an average of 95.17. They are active in many school affairs and have won many honors. Mary has won the Woodmen of World History Award and Frances was selected to receive the D.A.R. Good Citizenship award. At the present time, Frances is the senior class president and Mary is Editor-in-Chief of the school newspaper, The Spotlight. Miss Frances Sumlin Miss Mary Cable 83 Students get practical experience and an insight into the teaching career by helping various teachers grade papers and supervise students. 3utuve Seacfiers Of America Secretary Vice-President Mrs. Dora Howell Sponsor The Glenwood Future Teacher Chapter is officially named " The Norman F. Steppe Future Teacher Club " in mem- ory of the former superintendent of schools of McDowell County. The club is very active in school activities and is a member of both the state and the national organizations. Irene Hall Linda Issacs President Treasurer Bobby Poteat Secretary Eddie Laney Vice-President MA Mid Curtis Cosby President L. M. Cook Treasurer Key Club Mr. Lawrence Atchley Sponsor The Glenwood Key Club is an active organization composed of boys who are interested in serving their school and community. Each Wednesday they hold a luncheon meeting in the school cafeteria with members of the Marion Kiwanis Club. Projects for this year include sponsoring an annual drive for toys at Christmas time for underprivileged children in their district and spon- soring a scholarship fund. Carolyn Davis represented the Key Club in the Christmas Parade as their " Sweetheart " . These Key Club Members show by their activities that they put into practice their motto: " TO SERVE SCHOOL AND COMMUNITY " . The Future Nurses Club prepare for the disasters of tomorrow. 3utuve Nurses Of America The Nurses Club usually has several projects during the year; such as fixing sunshine boxes, visiting Marion General Hospital, learning different techniques in bandaging and other helpful ideas. The Christmas Party is a highlight of the year when everybody enjoys the fellowship and fun as well as the attractive refreshments. Planning and keeping the Future Nurses ' meetings at an active pace are Mrs. Bonnie Parker, Advisor; Allene Kaylor, Vice-President; Carolyn Davis, President; Reta Lawing, Secretary; and Beulah Lawing, Treasurer. Planning for a better library are Mrs. Cook, Advisor; Carolyn Davis, Secretary; Betty Sparks, Treasurer; Douglas Seaman and Janice Seagle, Reporters; Ruth Hawkins, Vice President; Brenda Tyo, President. jCiSrary Club serves otdevs The Library Club meets once a month on the third Monday. It is composed of student library assistants, members of library science courses and other students with an interest in books and the library. Student librarians help others learn to use the library effectively. Helping Miss Bailey plan the performances are the Glee Club Officers Carolyn Lawing, President; Glynda Cannon, Vice- President; Elizabeth Duncan, Secretary and Treasurer; Reta Lawing and Brenda Poteat, Librarians; Linda Ellington and Joyce Smith, Pianists; and Gayle Houck, Reporter. The 120 members of Glenwood ' s three vocal groups -- The Girls ' Ensemble, The High School Glee Club, and The Junior High Glee Club -- have enjoyed the challenge of studying and performing difficult musical literature arranged in two, three and four part harmonies. Through this study, they hope to gain a better understanding and appreciation of good choral music, as well as a realization of the importance The Glee Club entertains for the P.T.A. Christmas program. f tona i blending, diction, and good tone quality. The High School Glee Club sings its way into the hearts of all who hear them. Qlenwood Boasts tdvee Cfiora! Qroups....Qlee Cluk ires 8 ?4BStfft ■H ■■■■ The Junior High Chorus works very hard during their activity period to promote their musical talent. Girl ' s Ensemble members practice for perfection. They are Glynda Cannon, Blonnie Gilliam, Donna Aldridge, Margaret Young, Joyce Smith, Pat Westmoreland, Priscilla Extine, Linda Ellington, Reta Lawing, Elizabeth Duncan, Katrina Jackson and Carolyn Lawing. Miss Hope Bailey Director junior Higfi Cfiorus, Qxvls GnsemSle Mrs. LaVergne Jeffries Mrs. Libby Loudermilk It is important to begin piano lessons and voice training early in life. (5a!enf Winners Shown after their perform- ances in the Fall Festival are Jan Lewis and June Hawkins. Jan is in Miss Hemphill ' s sixth grade and June is a member of the eighth grade. During our annual Fall Festival, much talent was discovered in our school. The Square Dance Team won in the High School division. Winners in both Elementary and Grammar Grades division are pianists. June played " Flowers of the Forest " and Jan played " Fairy Wedding. " The Melody Mountain Square Dance Team, composed entirely of Glenwood students, was accompanied by Mr. Paul Allison ' s band. They represented our school in the Christmas Parade. The five couples are Linda Haynes and Bobby Poteat, (substituting for J . B. Willis,) Marie Smith and Scotty Willis, Patsy Smith and W. L. Wiseman, Jackie and Billy Smith, Gail Haynes and Mike Smith. 3utuve 3 vmevs of A menca The Glenwood Chapter of the F.F.A. is composed of fifty members this year. Throughout the year, they participate in various activities such as culling poultry, pruning fruit trees and at the same time, carry out their own individual super- vised farming program. Through these activities, the boys are " Learning to do, doing to learn, earning to live, and living to serve. " Officers who are displaying parliamentary procedure methods are Bill Jarrett, Mr. Robert Goodson, Advisor; Eddie Laney, Curtis Cosby, Donald Freshour, Steve McCraw, and Allan Duncan. m rwm SI " ! Shown culling chickens at Mr. Howard Lawing ' s chicken farm are Bill Queen, Harold Elliott, Charles Davis and Clyde Seaman. Since our district is a rich farming section, many boys are interested in learning better ways of farm management. 3uime Homem kevs of A The overall goal of this organization is to help in- dividuals improve personal, family, and community living, now and in the future. The members are chal- lenged by the reminder that their contributions to home life today will influence the kind of homes they have tomorrow. Planning F.H.A. projects are Phyllis Smith, President; Ruth Hawkins, Vice-President; Janice S eagle, Treasurer; Diane Lawing, Secretary; and Elaine Arrowood, Reporter. Making wreaths to decorate the Home Economics room are Joyce Smith, Ivarea Ledbetter, and Priscilla Extine. Facing the future with warm courage and high hope, they strive " toward new horizons. r ■ Cl0 Safety Pafro Captains Frances Sumlin and Curtis Cosby, with the help of twenty-six other students, are re- sponsible for directing school safety. Only outstanding students can be members of the safety patrol, as their job is perhaps the most im- portant that students can have at Glenwood. This year the student council is working with the student patrol to improve safety on the buses. Responsible for disciplinary measures are Captains Frances Sumlin and Curtis Cosby; assisted by Lieutenants Virginia Nichols an 1 an Duncan. Keeping order on buses is the main objective of the Safety Patrol members. Mr. Paul Flack Advisor Student Council The Glenwood Student Council was organized in 1943. Since that time it has been active most of the time. The Glenwood Chapter is a member of the National Association of Student Councils and has been for several years. This year ' s project was to encourage better school spirit and to raise funds for athletics. In order to raise funds, the council operated a con- cession stand at home basketball games. To encour- age better school spirit the council urged that every student memorize the words to the school song and the pep song. Assemblies were also held to encour- age better school spirit and sportsmanship. Representatives are elected by each homeroom to lead in teaching good citizenship, by precept, as well as by example. Representing the entire student body in a govern- ing capacity are Ann Arrowood, President and Eddie Laney, Vice President. Mary Cable Editor Miss Hope Bailey Advisor Curtis Cosby Sports Editor Sue Lusk Feature Editor Allene Kaylor Associate Feature Editor Spotli g t Cutting stencils, proofreading, and mimeographing are only a part of Glenwood school. The staff is composed of seniors and five junior Community and features written by students. It is published five times Betty Ward Sports Editor Benny Rash Art Editor Jim Buchanan Art Editor Phyllis Smith Art Editor Rita Painter Eddie Laney Jean Wilson Bryant Jackson Business Manager Production Manager Circulation Manager Fashion Editor Benny Rash Snapshot Editor Joe Koone Snapshot Editor Pat Westmoreland Snapshot Editor Curtis Cosby Business Manager Sue Lusk Bobby Poteat Associate Editor Junior Associate Editor Jerry Mace Virginia Nichols Advertising Manager Assistant Advertising Manager Robert Taylor Junior Art Editor Lois Arrowood Junior Art Editor junior 0 cevs Holding offices this year are Ann Smith, President; Barbara Kaylor, Vice Presi- dent; Lois Morgan, Song-Leader; Terry Evans, Song Leader; June Gilliam, Sec- retary-Treasurer. The Glenwood 4-H Club has the largest membership it has ever had, and is still gaining new members. Present membership is 116. Some of the boys ' projects this year are forestry, wildlife, learning how to trap wildlife, and various other projects. Several applications have been made for calves. The girls are working on sewing, cooking, and arranging their rooms. Mr. Lloyd Phillips Sponsor Jntevme dute 4-H Off icevs Charles Koone and Sherry Flack, Re- porters; Michael Arrowood, Song Leader; Geneva Mashburn, Vice- President; Zane Jackson, President; Roger Franklin, Secretary - Treasur- er; Carolyn Davis, Song Leader, com- pose the officers for Intermediate 4- H Club. Our Bus Drivers Responsible for transporting students to and from school are Bobby Poteat, Bryant Jackson, Douglas Seaman, Bobby Sparks, Carl Morgan, Leroy Stevenson, Nora Jane Sprouse, Brenda Poteat, Bill Westmoreland, Reid Morgan, Sue Lusk, and Ann Arrowood. And Q r ge Versonnel Our capable personnel are Raymond Robinson, Chief Mechanic; Hugh Price and Herbert Jenkins. Mrs. Jewel McNeil keeps detailed records of all phases of County School transportation. Our 3ftan£s 3o our Cafeteria Staff Preparing and serving those delicious meals are Mrs. Ellen Davis, Mrs. Florence Morgan, Mrs. Ada Westmoreland, Mrs. Annie Holland, and Mrs. Fred L. Morris, Manager. Our Custodi ns Usually students take for granted the clean buildings and well-kept grounds. We of the 1961 Nushka staff would like to express our sincere appreciation for the many long hours spent by Mrs. Nanney and Mr. Condrey in keeping our school a place of which we can be proud. Mrs. Clara Nanney Mr. James Condrey 102 BILTMORE DAIRY FARM Quality Milk Founded 1897 HUNTER ' S FLORIST Telegraph Delivery Phone 4291 128 South Main Street Marion, North Carolina SERVICE PHARMACY Builders of Better Health South Main Street Marion, North Carolina LOVEN FURNITURE COMPANY Phone 2-8211 6-8 Main Street Marion, North Carolina FIRST NATIONAL BANK Members of Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation Marion, North Carolina McCALL-BURGIN HARDWARE Dial 8351 9 North Main Street Marion, North Carolina LYKENS HOSIERY, INC. Manufacturers of Men ' s Hosiery Marion, North Carolina BALIEW MOTOR COMPANY 7 CHEVROLET Marion, North Carolina GENE SMITH ' S VARIETY Show Folks Marion, North Carolina Gene Smith started organizing in 1958, playing benefit shows at most all the schools in McDowell County and other counties also. These benefits were for orphanages, blind homes; and his band has played for clubs, television, and radio programs. Mr. Smith organized a square dance team from Glenwood, which has danced on the variety shows and has participated in many talent shows. The band and square dancers are publicized world-wide in the Woodmen of the World magazine each year. Currently, Gene and the band record for Plaid Re- cording Company in Greenville, South Carolina. To the left is a " Rock and Roll " group that was formerly with the show. Shown below, is Glenn Harklerode, who has been a member of the band since its organization. He is PHILLIP MOTOR COMPANY Studebaker, Lark and Hawk Sales and Service Phone 7321 414 East Court Street Marion, North Carolina BOB HARRIS USED CARS Better-Grade Used Cars East Court Street Phone 25401 Marion, North Carolina GREESON ' S AUTO SUPPLY Quality Auto Parts Phone 22371 Marion, North Carolina BUILDER ' S SUPPLY INC. " Everything to build Anything " South Garden Street P. O. Box 109 Phone 4391 and 2-5271 Marion, North Carolina OTIS L. BROYHILL FURNITURE Furniture Company Manufacturers of Bedroom furniture Marion, North Carolina CROSS COTTON MILLS Marion, North Carolina CITY BARBER SHOP LAWING ' S South Main Street Marion, North Carolina Glenwood, North Carolina FULLER ' S JEWELRY Mcdowell hardware Factory Trained Watchmaker Dial 5381 Authorized Elgin Dealer i Marion, North Carolina WESTERN AUTO ASSOCIATE PROCTOR ' S FEED STORE STORE Marion, North Carolina Marion, North Carolina MARION MOTORS, INC. 1011 East Court Street Marion, North Carolina CLINCHFIELD MANUFACTURING COMPANY Marion, North Carolina BOST BAKERIES INCORPORATED Home Office Shelby, North Carolina O. K. ELLIS Baker at Marion Retail Store W.G. MARLOWE STORE Glenwood, North Carolina Groceries, Gas, Feed, Seed, and Fertilizer Stone Hauling GLENWOOD STEP COMPANY Ay A Phone 4685 Rutherfordton Road Marion, North Carolina McCALL ' S FUNERAL HOME Oxygen equipped ambulance service Phone Day 2120 Night 3671 35 North Main Street Marion, North Carolina WESTMORELAND-HAWKINS Funeral and Ambulance Service Phone 2161 222 South Main Street Marion, North Carolina FOREST CITY PACKING COMPANY Quality Meats Forest City, North Carolina Compliments of DUKE POWER COMPANY Electricity Does So Much Costs So Little The electric way, best today — tomorrow, the only way DUKE POWER COMPANY Marion, North Carolina OLD FORT FINISHING PLANT Division of United Merchants and Manufacturers, Inc. Old Fort, North Carolina TUCKER OIL COMPANY Distributors of Esso oil products, gas, fuel, oil, and kerosene Phone 5464 Marion, North Carolina EAST COURT MOTOR COMPANY East Court Street Marion, North Carolina HALL ' S BARBER SHOP " For the men who care " Marion, North Carolina J. J. RADIO AND T.V. SHOP 27 State Street Marion, North Carolina FORTUNE ' S GROCERY Route 1 Nebo, North Carolina GOUGE PAINT AND GLASS COMPANY Highest quality paint and glass Marion, North Carolina BILL GRIFFITH JEWELERS The Diamond Store Marion, North Carolina WARD ' S GARAGE General Repairs and Auto Parts Highway 70 East Marion. North Carolina HOLLAND ' S INDEPENDENT Service Station Gas, Oil and Feed Marion, North Carolina MODE ' S SERVICE STATION Mode Brothers, Props. Groceries-Fresh Meats-Gas Oil Phone 3170 Glenwood, North Carolina WILDCAT GARAGE Claude McNeil and Bill Hunter Specializing in automatic Transmissions Rutherfordton Road Marion, North Carolina EPLEY AND EARLEY MOTOR, INC. Marion, North Carolina TROY ' S CAFE Best Coffee in Town Main Street Marion, North Carolina JACK N ' GENE BETTY JEAN ' S BEAUTY SHOP LAUGHRIDGE FURNITURE CO. INC. Marion, North Carolina J. R. HOLLAND GAS AND OIL Feeds and Groceries Glenwood, North Carolina THE BARGAIN STORE Marion, North Carolina A. BLANTON GROCERY COMPANY Wholesale Groceries Marion, North Carolina GUY L. HENSLEY HOSIERY Phone 5901 Marion, North Carolina PYATT OIL COMPANY Marion, North Carolina JONES ' GRILL Home Cooked Meals Baldwin Avenue Marion, North Carolina AMERICAN THREAD COMPANY Sevier, North Carolina MARION MANUFACTURING COMPANY V, Marion, North Carolina Now in our 30th year BELK-BR00ME COMPANY Main Street Marion, North Carolina KAYLOR ' S GULF SERVICE For Service you can depend on take your car to Kaylor ' s Gulf North Main Street Dial 3601 Marion, North Carolina CAROLINA TIRE COMPANY North Main Street Marion, North Carolina CITY MOTOR COMPANY 111 North Garden Street Marion, North Carolina MARION BUICK COMPANY BUICK Marion, North Carolina DREXEL FURNITURE COMPANY Marion, North Carolina ATCHLEY ' S MIDWAY GROCERY Route 3 Cove Road Phone AT 6-2662 Rutherfordton, N. C. " Pleasing You Pleases Us " H. AND S. TIRE RECAPPING SERVICE U. S. Royal Dealer U S ROYAL TIRES Marion, North Carolina WARD ' S RADIO T V SERVICE Marion, North Carolina MERCHANT ' S DISTRIBUTORS IS OUR FIRST THOUGHT Hickory, North Carolina F.D. GLENN AND SON GRADING Grading and Hauling Phone 8441 Highway 70-West Marion, North Carolina WALDENSIAN BAKERIES. ..BAKERS Of SUNBEAM BREAD Valdese, North Carolina COCA-COLA BOTTLING COMPANY Marion, North Carolina -a£ — B EVENING COLLEG School of Fine Arts Burnsville, North Carolina ■ f 3 V R.L. CONLEY DISTRIBUTOR GULF PETROLEUM Products Phone 7241 Marion, North Carolina SUBURBAN RULANE GAS Marion, North Carolina II FAST! DULANF , (Address Pnonr Here) i HELEN ' S BEAUTY SHOP ROSES BROOK ' S GROCERY GORDON MORRIS WHOLESALE Marion, North Carolina " Sweetly Yours " JIMESON ' S HARDWARE Rawlings sporting goods- Paints- Housewares- Electrical goods- Hunting Supplies South Main Street Marion, North Carolina WORKMAN ' S GIFT SHOP Fine china-silver-crystal Marion, North Carolina MARY LYNN SHOP Marion, North Carolina MARION BARBER SHOP Marion, North Carolina MOUNT IDA SERVICE STATION Rutherford ton Road At Baldwin Avenue Marion, North Carolina HAYNES JEWELERS Diamonds - Watches and Jewelry Marion, North Carolina V. R. WILKERSON GROCERY Marion, North Carolina GLENWOOD SNACK BAR Stop for a good cup of coffee Clyde Rumfelt i HOLLAR ' S MARKET Highway 70 West Marion, North Carolina BEAMAN LUMBER COMPANY Morganton Road Marion, North Carolina LOWES ASSOCIATE STORE B M Seagle Morganton Road Marion, North Carolina EAST COURT BARBER SHOP Marion, North Carolina SHUFORD FURNITURE COMPANY Marion, North Carolina HOLLIFIELD GULF " For service you can depend on " Rutherfordton Road Marion, North Carolina SOUTH MAIN SERVICE CENTER Sinclair Products Phone 26862 Marion, North Carolina ROSE LAND FLORIST Give Flowers Marion, North Carolina LAKE CITY BARBER SHOP Marion, North Carolina WEST COURT FOOD CENTER Quality Meats - Groceries And Feeds Marion, North Carolina Cfirisfmas Dance School Scenes Autographs J w PINIST QUALITY IN TEAIiOOK PUNTING jf n £ i tuAju . tutrix, 4 jj ' usc N r- • ■ N ' -Ijjffrj
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