Glenwood High School - Nushka Yearbook (Glenwood, NC)
- Class of 1962
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gitized by the Internet Archive in 2013 http: archive.org details nushka19621962glen " Still achieving, still pursuing, Learn to labor and to wait. " The Class of ' 62 selected the foregoing words as their motto, believing that they express their collective viewpoint on the best way to face the complexities and uncertainties of the Space Age. The Senior Class is unique in many ways. It is one of the largest classes in the history of the school, having an enrollment of fifty-three members. Surprisingly, the boys outnumber the girls by an enrollment of twenty-nine boys to twenty-four girls. The members of the class will also be the first seniors to receive different types of diplomas — academic, general, and vocational. It is our hope that the members of the Class of ' 62 will continue to be unique in worthwhile attainments in life. This Page Sponsored by CATAWBA COURTS Marion, North Carolina 2 oreojor We, the Annual Staff of Glenwood High School, pre- sent with pleasure, the 1962 edition of THE NUSHKA. We would like to express our sincere appreciation to all those who have given so freely of their time and efforts in making this book a reality. We give to you, our staff, our classes, our organizations and our numerous ac- tivities that have been the body of our educational pro- gram. We have tried to recapture, through the magic of the camera ' s eye, those glorious moments of our sports program and other outstanding events that have added so much to our lives. Joyce Smith Editor UaSfe of Gon en s Administration Faculty Classes Features Athletics Activities Advertising This Page Sponsored By Holland ' s Independent Service Station and City Motor Company Our Search or In our constant search for know- ledge we turn first and last to the printed word - the knowledge which has so faithfully been preserved and handed down to us throughout the ages. As we have grown in school, we have learned to read both for pleasure and informa- tion. The library gives us an opportun- ity to grow, to develop and fills a vital place in the school life of every student. tiii li Biili iilMl ay Today it is becoming increasih ly important to be conscious of the fact that our future vitally depends on scien- tific advancement. Even in our every- day life, it is necessary to be informed on scientific developments. Facts change, new ideas develop, and a whole new concept may be born in a relative- ly short time. Certainly ours is a time when one should realize the importance of the meaning of scientific achieve- ment. The science laboratory fills not only an important place in our school but also in our future. Life is composed of many facets, but scientific progress connects the world of today with the world of tomorrow. This page sponsored by AMERICAN THREAD COMPANY KNOWLEDGE ... IS A SEARCH FOR c5 access This page sponsored by MARION MANUFACTURING COMPANY earninq FROM CAPABLE LEADERS The student body of a school is ever de- pendent upon a faculty to lead and direct the course of its education. We feel that we are able to turn to the faculty for expert counsel- ing. They have led us in our constant search for knowledge and given us a more stable preparation for tomorrow. They have helped develop our attitudes and have influenced our future. It is our highest resolve never to forget those who have given to us so much of themselves. To the faculty we wish to say a sincere, " Thank you. " Mrs. Bonnie Parker teaches the techniques of General Math. Miss Flack ' s class looks forward to their science class each day. This page sponsored by OTIS L. BROYHILL FURNITURE Marion, N. C. This page sponsored by F. D. GLENN SON GRADING HAULING Srowin iJirouo i Beiier HUMAN RELATIONS . . . expenencm a IN THE YEARS TO COME MAY THE onoer The Nushka Staff presents to the student body a record of the happy days and treasured memories experienced at Glenwood High School. Weeks and months of toil, late hours, and fun have gone into the publication of the 1962 Nushka. We hope you will forever hold and cherish these memories. We are honored to have been on the annual staff and to have been a part of your annual. Everyone looks forward to the time of day when he has a few minutes in which to relax and chat with his friends. Lunchtime and the wholesome atmosphere of the cafeteria provide such an opportunity. Here we also enjoy the delicious meals prepared by our congenial cafeteria staff. Homemaking plays an important part in prepara- tion for the future. Itpromotes a growing appreciation of the joys and satisfaction of the home. It encourages each individual to make her contribution to family life and to understand the duties and responsibilities involved in family living. Homemaking will strength- en companionship among family members and help individuals recognize and solve their own problems. This page sponsored by FOREST CITY PACKING COMPANY AND THE JKaqic OF THE CAMERA ' S EYE This page sponsored by Westmoreland- Hawkins Funeral Service RE-CAPTURE on emories This page sponsored by CROSS COTTON MILLS Perhaps every Senior Class holds dear some teacher who made those early years of school happy and memor- able ones. The teacher who is so endeared and so well remembered is one who has never made teaching secondary to any other endeavor. Teaching to her truly is a " Calling " from the Master Teacher who set the example of excellency tempered with love. We shall remember her most for encouraging a standard of excellency from each of us according to our vary- ing abilities. In exacting the best from each of us, she was not a taskmaster; she, herself, was such a living example of excellency that each was not satisfied to do less than the best. For this vision of the joys and renumerations of trying our best, we are forever grateful to one of our primary teachers, Mrs. Clara Rayburn, who still helps us to envision the kind of person each of us aspires to be. To Mrs. Rayburn, we simply say: " Thanks to thee, Dear Friend, for the lesson thou hast taught " . . . The theme of the p. T. A. this year is " Opportunity in Full Measure: The Right of Each Child, The Responsi- bility of Each Citizen. " The objectives of the P. T. A. are to promote the welfare of children in home, school, church, and commun- ity, to raise the standards of home life, to secure adequate laws for the care and protection of children, to bring into closer relationship the home and the school, and to develop between educators and the general public such united efforts as will secure for every child the highest advantages in physical, mental, social and spiritual education. Projects undertaken this year include the installation of more lights to brighten the campus, the purchase of a new set of American Encyclopedias for the library, a new powermatic wood lathe, and more equipment for the playground. Finances for these projects were provided by the profits from the annual Fall Festival, which is the major fund-raising campaign of the year. 1 4 ancf U ie qSc ioo Cjo n ni ee LEFT TO RIGHT: Mrs. Eva Dale, Mrs. Ernstine Laughridge, Mr. Ray Westmoreland, not pictured Mr. Hicks Hemphill. The unexpected death of our beloved and dedicated teacher and annual sponsor, Mrs. Sadie Anderson Marlowe, shocked and saddened the student body and faculty of Glenwood School. Aside from Mrs. Marlowe ' s efficiency in classroom teaching, she will be greatly missed for her personal in- fluence upon those of us who were inspired by her worthwhile living and her faith in the ultimate good in us. In our sadness we console ourselves by believing that she would whisper this prayer to all of us: " Lord, bless the lives that I have touched; and if my life has helped to ease their burdens or kindled hope where there was despair, take from their minds all memory of me, and may they have instead thoughts of Thee. " Paul Allison Mrs. Pearl Austin Miss Hope Bailey Thomas Blackburn, Jr. Miss Vivien Clark Mrs. Lois Cook Clyde C. Day Miss Ivarea Flack Paul E. Flack Robert Goodson Mrs, Ruth Hawkins Miss Charline Hemphill Mrs. Dora Howell Mrs. Dessie Lawing This page sponsored by PARKWAY PLAYHOUSE University of Miami Frank Lewis Mrs, Doris Lonon Mrs. Sadie Marlowe Harold Mask Miss Emma McGalliard James McMahan Miss Louise Metcalf Mrs. Margaret Norris n Mrs. Bonnie Parker Lloyd Phillips Mrs. Arnold Pyatt Mrs. Clara Rayburn Mrs. Lalage Tucker Ted Tipton This page sponsored by PYATT OIL COMPANY MR. FRANK W. HOWELL " If the students who need education most, continue in school until graduation, they must be sold on the idea that education is a MUST to succeed in our modern world. " These are the words of an ardent salesman who is truly enthusiastic about his merchandise. Our principal, Frank W. Howell, Supersalesman of Education, has most of Glenwood SOLD on his products. We respect him as well as his merchandise, thus we BUY. This Page Sponsored By H. S. Tire Recapping Service. L.c OL.o ' o Senior Class Sponsor Glenda June Bowman, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Glen Edward Bowman. Greg Helms, son of Mr. and Mrs. Earl Helms. Glass T oem . . class colors Orchid and White One phase of our lives is almost o ' er. As we ' ve passed through the halls of Glenwood High; But we know there are many still in store; Although graduation day draws nigh. CLASS FLOWER Orchid In ' 59 we began our high school years, Toward the top we strived to climb, We finally overcame our shyness and fears. Though Freshmen, we improved with time. With all the awkwardness in the past, We began this year with determination; Finally being Sophomores at last. Facing each problem with fascination. Our Junior year brought much preparation With our parties and banquets in store. Still we found time for education, ' Realizing we had just one year more. The years ahead, we anticipate; Our Senior year brings hope anew, For we ' re of courage, the Class of ' 62 We ' re ever longing, yet trusting fate. Memories will linger with us forever Of our pleasant days at Glenwood High; But our friendships, we cannot sever Though to our class mates, we now say--Good-by. Class Poet Lois Arrowood CLASS MOTTO " Still achieving, still pursuing, Learn to Labor and to wait. " —LONGFELLOW This page sponsored by LAUGHRIIX E FURNITURE COMPANY INC. Elected by the Senior Class to serve as officers are the following: LEFT TO RIGHT, Lois Arrowood, President; Bobby Poteat, Vice President; Lola Suttle, Secretary Treasurer; Eddie Laney and Carolyn Gouge, Reporters, This page sponsored by Mrs. Roy Hunter Epley Earley Motor Company eniors LOIS VIRGINIA ARROWOOD DANNIE JUNIOR BERRYHILL JERRY LEVI BLEDSOE SAMUEL BREWER DONNA LEIGH ALDREDGE MICHAE L DAVID ALLISON BARBARA ANN CABLE JOSEPH TONY CABLE This page sponsored by McCALL ' S FUNERAL HOME Senior S a is ics DONNA LEIGH ALDREEXJE: Beta Club 3,4; Student Council 4; Science Club 2, Reporter 2; 4-H Club 2; Girls ' Ensemble 2,3,4, President 4; Spotlight Staff 4, Editor; Nushka 4, Proofreader; Basketball 1,2, 3,4; Monogram Club 1,2,3,4, President 4; Class Treasurer 2; Junior Marshal; Who ' s Who. MICHAEL DAVID ALLISON: Science Club 1; Chemistry 4; 4-H Club 1,2; Monogram Club 2. LOIS VIRGINIA ARROWOOD: Beta Club 3,4; FTA 1,2,3,4, Vice President 2; Chemistry 4, Treasurer; FNA3; FHA l,2;Glee Club 1,2; Spotlight 3, Junior Art Editor; Nushka Staff 3, Junior Art Editor; Junior Marshal; Class Poet 4; Class President 4; Who ' s Who. DANNIE JUNIOR BERRYHILL: Safety Patrol 1,2,4; Science Club 2. JERRY LEVI BLEDSOE: FFA 1,2,3,4. SAMUAL BREWER: East Yancey High School 1,2,3; FFA 3; Science Club; 4-H Club 1,2,3,4, President 1; Library Science; Football 2. BARBARA ANN CABLE: FNA 4; FHA 2,3; Library Science 3,4; Handicraft 1. JOSEPH TONY CABLE: Science Club 1; FFA 2,3,4; Baseball 1,2,3,4; Monogram 1,2,3. LARRY MAX CABLE: Bus Driver 4; Baseball 2,3; Monogram Club 2,3. GLYNDA JOYCE CANNON: Beta Club 3,4, Vice President4; Safety Patrol 3; Science Club 2, Secretary and Treasurer2;4-HClub2; Girls ' Ensemble 2,3,4, Vice President 3; Glee Club 1; Spotlight 4; Cheer- leader 3,4; Monogram Club 1,2,3,4; FSA 4, President 4. MARTHA LOUISE CHRISTOPHER: FNA 4; FHA 2,3; Library Science 3,4; Handicraft 1. JAMES ALBERT CONDREY: Key Club 2,3,4, Treasurer 4; Science Club 1; Chemistry 4, Vice President 4; Basketball 2,3; W.O.W. History Award. JIMMIE LEWIS CONDREY: Science Club 1; Basketball 1,2,3,4; Baseball 1,2,3,4; Monogram Club 1,2, 3,4, Reporter 4. FRANCES LULAMAE CRESON: Union Mills High School 1,2; FTA 1,2; Safety Patrol 1; Science Club 1; FNA 1,2,3,4, Reporter 4; FHA 1,2,3,4; 4-H Club 1,2; Glee Club 1,2; Library Science 1,2,3. JOHN ALLEN DUNCAN: Bus Driver 4; Safety Patrol 1,2,3, Lieut. 3; FFA 1,2,3,4, Sentinel 3, President 4; Monogram 3; Fiftieth Boy 4; Who ' s Who. PRISCILLA KENT EXTINE: Beta Club 3,4; FTA 2; Safety Patrol 1; Student Council 3,4; FHA 1,2,3; 4-H Club 1,2; Girls ' Ensemble 3,4; Nushka Staff 4, Art Editor; Cheerleader 2,3,4; Monogram Club 2, 3,4; Handicraft Club 1; FSA 4; Class Sweetheart 3; Class Reporter 3; Veterans School Queen 2; Who ' s Who. CECIL RAY FOSTER: Key Club 3,4; Safety Patrol 4, Captain 4; Science Club 2; FFA 2,3,4; Basketball 1,2; Baseball 1,2,3,4; Monogram 1,2,3. DONALD RAY FRESHOUR: Key Club 2,3,4; Bus Driver 4; FFA 1,2,3,4, Vice President 3, Treasurer 4; 4-H Club 2. BLONNIE MARIE GILLIAM: Beta Club 3,4, Treasurer 4; FTA 1; Science Club 2; 4-H Club 2; Girls ' Ensemble 2,3,4; Glee Club 1,2; Spotlight Staff 4; Cheerleader 1,2,3,4, Chief 3; Monogram Club 1,2, 3,4; FSA 4. CAROLYN LA WING GOUGE: FTA 1,2; Safety Patrol 1,2,3; Glee Club 1,2,3, President 3; Girls ' En- semble 2,3,4; Spotlight Staff 4, Typist; FSA 4. JAYNELLE MAXINE HAWKINS: Beta Club 3,4, Secretary 4; FTA 1; Science Club 2; 4-H Club 2; Glee Club 1,2; Spotlight 4, Typist; Cheerleader 1,2,3,4, Chief 4; Monogram Club 1,2,3,4; FSA 4. ROBERT DOUGLAS HELMS: Marion High School 1,2,3; 4-H Club 1; Chess Club 3; Football 1,2,3, Junior Varsity Captain; Baseball 1. RUTH HAWKINS HELMS: Beta Club 3,4; FHA 1,2,3,4, Vice President 3, President 4; 4-H Club 1,2; Library Science 3, Vice President 3; Basketball 1,2,3, Manager 1; Monogram Club 1,2,3; Class Pres- ident 2; Treasurer 3. ELIZABETH MARY LANE: Safety Patrol 4; FNA 4; FHA 2,3; Library Science 4; Handicraft 1. ERNEST EDWARD LANEY: Beta Club 3,4; Key Club2, 3,4, Vice President 3, President 4; Student Coun- cil 1,2,3,4, Vice President 3, President 4; Science Club 1; FFA 1,2,3,4, Secretary 2,3; Spotlight Staff 3,4, Production Manager 3,4; Nushka Staff 4, Advertising Staff; Baseball 1,2,3,4; Monogram Club 2, 3,4, Treasurer 3, Reporter 4; Typing Award 3; Junior Marshal 3; Class President 1; Treasurer 2; Re- porter 4; Who ' s Who. LARRY HORACE LA WING: Science Club 1; FFA 3, Reporter; 4-H Club 2. MATTIE IVAREA LEDBETTER: FTA 3,4; Safety Patrol 1,2,3,4; Chemistry 4, Reporter; FNA 1,2,3; FHA 2,3; Spotlight Staff 4, Exchange Editor; Nushka Staff 4, Layout Editor; Miss Glenwood High; Home Economics Award 3; Who ' s Who. ROBERT PEARSON McCRACKEN: Morganton High School; Key Club 2; Chemistry 4, Secretary 4; Sci- ence Club 2; Chorus 1,2, Reporter 1; Spanish 2; Basketball 1,2,3,4; Baseball 2,4; Class Treasurer 4. DOUGLAS EDMOND McFALLS: Safety Patrol 2; Science Club 1; 4-H Club 1; Baseball 1. ANNA LOUISE MARLOWE: FNA 1; FHA 1; 4-H Club 1,2; Library Science 4; Basketball 1,3,4; Mono- gram Club 1,3,4. 31 DENNIS FRANKLIN MOORE: Bus Drivers 4; Science Club 1,2; FFA 1,2,3. CARL BYRD MORGAN: Key Club 2,3,4; Bus Drivers 3,4; FFA 1,4; Basketball 1,3; Baseball 1,2,3,4; Monogram 1,2,3. JAMES EARL MOSTILLER: FFA 1,2. VIRGINIA ELAINE NICHOLS: Beta Club 3,4; Safety Patrol 1,2,3,4, Lieut., 3, Captain 4; FHA 1,2,3; Glee Club 1; Girls ' Ensemble 4, Reporter 4; Spotlight Staff 3,4, Assist. Business Manager, Fashion Ed- itor 4; Nushka Staff 3,4, Assist. Advertising Manager 4; Cheerleader 3,4; Monogram Club 3,4; Handi- craft Club 1; FSA 4; Key Club Sweetheart 4; Who ' s Who; Home Economics Award 1; Junior Marshal 3. SADIE LUCILLE PARKER: Chemistry 4; FNA 3,4; FHA 2; Library Science 3,4; Handicraft 1, Vice Pres- ident 3. BRENDA LOU POTEAT: Bus Driver 2,3,4; FNA 3; FHA 1; 4-H Club 1,2; Glee Club 3; Piano 1; Voice 1; Library Science 2,3,4; Nushka Staff 4; Basketball 1,2,4; Typist of Nushka Staff 4; Monogram Club 1,2,4. CONNIE ELIZABETH POTEAT: FHA 2,3,4; Glee Club 3; Library Science 4; Handicraft 1. ROBERT WALKER POTEAT: Key Club 2,3,4, Secretary 2; Bus Driver 3,4; Safety Patrol 1; Nushka Staff 3,4, Junior Assistant Editor, Business Manager 4; Chemistry Club 4; Spotlight Staff 4, Sports Editor; Basketball 2; Class Vice President 2,4; Who ' s aTio. JOHN DREW RASH: Science Club 1; FFA 2. JOHN EVERETTE RAY: Safety Patrol 3,4; FFA 1,2,3. J. C. ROBERTS: FTA 1,2,3,4; Bus Driver 3,4; Safety Patrol 2; Chemistry 4, President 4. JANICE MAY RUMFELT: Beta Club 3,4, Reporter 4; FTA 1,2,4, President 4; Student Council 2,3,4; FHA 1,2,3,4, Reporter 2; Nushka Staff 4, Copy Editor; Sophomore Sweetheart; Senior Class Sweetheart; Class Secretary 2; Who ' s Who. JEANETTE FA YE RUMFELT: Beta Club 3,4, President 4; FTA 3,4; Safety Patrol 3,4; Student Council 4; FHA 1; Library Science 3; Basketball 1,2,3,4; Monogram Club 1,2,3,4, Reporter 4; Junior Marshal 3; Who ' s Who. DOUGLAS WADE SEAMAN: Key Club 2,3,4; Bus Driver 2,3,4; Safety Patrol 1; Science Club 1,2; Li- brary Science 3, Reporter 3. HUBERT RAY SMITH: Morganton High School; Library Science 1; Handicraft 1. JOYCE ANNETTE SMITH: Beta Club 3,4; FTA 4, Reporter 4; Safety Patrol 1,2,3,4; Secretary 2; Stu- dent Council 1,2,3,4, Treasurer 3; FHA 1,2; 4-H Club 1; Glee Club 1,2; Girls ' Ensemble 2,3,4, Vice President 4; Spotlight Staff 4, Proofreader; Nushka Staff 4, Editor; Handicraft Club 1; School Pianist 2,3,4; Home Economics Award 1; History DAR Award 3; Class President 3; Fiftieth Girl 4; Who ' s Who; Chief Junior Marshal. ROBERT LEE SPARKS: Bus Driver 3; Safety Patrol 1,2; Science Club 1; 4-H Club 1. LEE ROY STEVENSON: Bus Driver 3,4; Safety Patrol 1,2; FFA 1,2; 4-H Club 1,2; Monogram Club 3,4; Mr. Glenwood High 4. LOLA ELIZABETH SUTTLE: Beta Club 3,4; Safety Patrol 2,3,4; FNA Club 3; FHA 1,2; Spotlight Staff 4, Assistant Exchange Editor; Basketball 1,2,3,4; Monogram Club 1,2,3,4; Class Secretary 3,4; Who ' s Who; DAR Good Citizen Award. ROSA MARIE SUTTLES: Safety Patrol 4; Student Council 4; Chemistry 4; FHA 1,2,3; 4-H Club 1,2; Library Science 3,4; Nushka Staff 4; Handicraft 1. ROBERT EUGENE TAYLOR: Key Club 3,4; Safety Patrol 4; Student Council 3,4; FFA 1,2; Spotlight Staff 3,4; Nushka Staff 3,4, Art Editor. PATSY JUANITA WESTMORELAND: Bus Driver 3,4, County Vice President 3, President 4; 4-H Club 1.3, President 2,3, County Council President 3, Historian 2; Girls ' Ensemble 2,3,4; Library Science Club 1,2; Secretary 2; Spotlight Staff 3,4, Assistant Cir. Manager 3, Sports Editor 4; Basketball 1,2, 3.4, All Tournament 3; Monogram Club 1,2,3,4, Treasurer 4; School Photographer 3,4; Assistant Editor W.N.C. Roundtable 4; Who ' s Who. JAMES BOYD WILLIS: Bus Driver 4; Science Club 1,2. This page sponsored by BILL GRIFFITH JEWELERS Marion, N. C. The Fiftieth Girl and Fiftieth Boy are selected each year by a unanimous vote of the high school faculty. The honors given are based on the philosophy in Dr. Frank Crane ' s essay, THE FIFTIETH BOY--that " one boy in fifty " will remain after the crowd has gone and help to do the " dirty, unpleasant tasks. " This year ' s Fiftieth Girl and Fiftieth Boy, Joyce Smith and Allen Duncan, have " remained after the crowd was gone " and also have volunteered to do even more. This Page Sponsored By Drexel Furniture Company, of Marion, N. C. 1 Donna Aldredge Carolyn Gouge Allen Duncan This page sponsored by R. L. JAMES AND SON HOSIERY MILL i Janice Rumfelt Bobby Poteat Joyce Smith This page sponsored by COCA-COLA BOTTLING COMPANY Gfass 0 1963 Leading the Junior Class are Miss VivienClark, sponsor; Pete Towery, president; Unda Isaacs, treasurer; Margaret Young, reporter; Jimmy Blankenship, secretary; Mr. Harold Mask sponsor. This page sponsored by WOODLAWN LANES Glass Of 1963 Don Cable James Causby Roger Childers Eugene Clark Doris Clewis Gloria Condrey Charles Connor Mildred Connor Jo Anne Costner Charles Davis Mike Dockery Elizabeth Duncan Linda Ellington Donald Elliott Dora Frady William Hawkins Donnie Hayes Royce Hensley Troy Hilton Donald Hughes Gfass Of 1963 Gaye Huskins Linda Isaacs Bill Jarrett Glenda Kaylor Ralph Kaylor Gene Laughridge Diane La wing Harold La wing Larry Lawing Reta Lawing Donald Loftis Don McClure Steve McCraw Reidy McNeely Leroy Morgan Linda Morgan Jerry Nelson Ann Parker Estelle Parker Julia Patton Priscilla Piercy Judy Pittman Billie Price Helen Pritchard Bill Queen Robert Rash Ellen Reel Michael Reel Janice Seagle Jackie Smith Marie Smith Pat Smith Pete Towery Ernest Vaughn W. L. Wiseman Paul Woody Margaret Young 39 Holding the honor ofclass officers are Linda McCarthy, Secretary; Doris Gilliam, Vice President; Peggy Lawing, Reporter; Danny Webb, President; and Johnny Swann, Reporter. Sponsoring the class are Miss Louise Metcalf and Mr. Ted Tipton. Glass Of 1964 Judy Allison Betty Arrowood Ernestine Bolick Jerry Brendle Micky Benge Steve Berryhill Eddie Blankenship Shirley Bledsoe Coleen Brown Neal Cannon Sally Causby Pauline Conner This page sponsored by WINN-DLXIE STORE Marion, North Carolina Gfass Of 1964 Shirley Creech Wayne Creson Janice Estes Linda Flynn Danny Fortune Wayne Franklin Dean Gallion Doris Gilliam Mary Ann Hawkins Gayle Houck Jerry Huskins Katrina Jackson Bobby Koone Harley Lane Eula Lawing Peggy Lawing Lois Led better Linda McCarthy Linda Marlowe Benny Morgan Brenda Morgan Gary Morgan Ronald Padgett Betty Painter 41 ) G ass 0 1964 42 Serving as officers of the Freshman class are Mrs. Bonnie Parker, sponsor; Rachel Hensley, Treasurer Sandra Freeman, Reporter; Karen Laney, Secretary Bill Smith, Vice President; John Deck, President Bobby Holland, Reporter; Mr. Paul Flack, sponsor Delores Anderson Alice Arrowood Michael Arrowood Jerry Barlowe Glass 196J Phyllis Barnes Kenneth Berryhill Audrey Blankenship Margaret Bledsoe Judy Bright Anne Brookshire Gale Brown Faye Buckner This page sponsored by TAINTER ' S DRUGS and WORKMAN ' S GIFT SHOP Malinda Burgin Gary Byrd Carles Cable Norma Lee Cable Wilma Cable Keith Cannon Larry Carver Douglas Cauthen James Clark Pamela Clark Gfass Of 196 J Danny Cogdill Billy Dover Ray Flynn Susie Condrey Billy Dowdle Wayne Fortune Arthur Cox Brenda Duncan Neal Franklin Gary Creech Carolyn Davis Tonuia Ellington Harold Elliott Roger Franklin John Deck Sherry Flack Sandra Freeman Roy Gardner Patsy Gragg Larry Hall Eddie Hawkins June Hawkins Gail Haynes Rachel Hensley Ronald Hicks Eric Hilton Bobby Holland Harry Holland THIS PAGE IS SPONSORED BY MR. GUY HENSLEY; Hensley Hosiery Mills Glass 0 196J Jerry HoUifield Mary HoUifield Barbara Huskins Sandra Huskins Donna Jones Kathryn Kelly Karen Laney Sandra Laughridge Barbara Ann La wing Barbara Lee La wing Billy La wing Joe La wing Famila Lawing Wade Ledford Wallace Ledford Geneva Mashburn Norman Moore Glenda Morgan Marvin Mostiller David Owens Jimmy Parker Mike Parker Donald Penley Brenda Poteat Phil Poteat Rose Ann Presnell Bobby Proctor Annie Price G ass 0 1965 Rena Price Carl Radford Eugene Rhom Jimmy Rhom Jimmy Trantham Marv Ann Vallini Betty Ward Mary Lou Radford Dan Rash Becky Simpson Billy Smith Annie Mae Reel Jerry Reel Lena Smith Mike Smith Aaron Watkins David Webb Shirley Wilkerson MARIE SMITH Miss Junior Marie, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Floyd E. Smith, was selected by the Junior boys as their class sweetheart. Marie is very interested in music, especially piano, and sports. She is a member of the Future Nurses, and the Pep Squad. She is also President of her community youth club and a square dance team. DORIS GILLIAM Miss Sophomore Doris, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John L. Gilliam, was chosen class sweet- heart by the Sophomore boys. She is an active member of sever- al clubs which include the Pep Squad, Future Teachers and Home Economics. She also serves as Vice President of the Sophomore class. Doris ' s main interests are sports. Home Economics, and music, es- pecially singing. « This page sponsored by BELK BROOME COMPANY JANICE RUMFELT Miss Senior Janice, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.H.B. Rum- felt, was selected by the Senior boys as their class sweetheart. She has participated in various school acti- vities throughout high school including the Future Teachers, Future Homemakers, and membership in the Student Council. As a member of the Chapel Hill Baptist church she also takes part in many church activi- ties. After graduation, Janice plans to enter Wes- tern Carolina College at Cullowhee, where she will major in EngUsh. KAREN LANEY Miss Freshman Karen, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Laney was chosen by the Freshman boys as their class sweet- heart. She is an active member in several clubs. Some of them are the Future Homemakers and the Future Tea- chers. She is also secretary of the Freshman class. Reading, basketball and all outdoor activities are her main interests. This page sponsored by BURAND ' S OF MARION There were many versatile performers who took part in the Talent Show during our annual Fall Festival this year. The " Hicks from the Sticks, " a group of Freshmen girls who pantomined an instrumental recording, won first prize in the High School Division. They are left to right, Sherry Flack, Rachel Hensley, Sandra Laughridge, Shirley Wilkerson, and Donna Jones. ' inners Winners in the Elementary Division were Michael and Lloyd Lowery who played musical instruments while singing " You ' re the Reason " . The Grammer Grade winners were: Johnny Smith, Leon Brook- shire, and Harold Dean Lawing, who sang " Shortnin ' Bread, " This Page Sponsored By Kaylor ' s Gulf Service Station and Lloyd Greeson ' s Auto Supply. Members of the Dragonette squad this year are LEFT TO EUGHT Julia Patton, Pat Westmoreland, Jackie Smith, Shirley Creech, Donna Aldredge, Nellie Poteat, Linda Marlowe, Sherry Flack, Rachel Hensley, Pat Smith, Man- ager; Donna Jones, Linda McCarthy, Louise Marlowe, Shirley Wilkerson, Lola Suttle, Glenda Kaylor, Gloria Con- drey, Jeanette Rumfelt, Brenda Poteat. Ten Players were chosen by the coach as outstanding players of the girl ' s basketball team. Working together with the other players, the girls have done very well this season. The team is looking forward to the tournament where they hope to reclaim the championship won by the Dragonettes last year. Pat Westmoreland Julia Patton Brenda Poteat Louise Marlowe This page sponsored by Clinchfield Manufacturing Company 1961 - 1962 SCHEDULE November 3 Sunsh ine November 17 North Cove November 21 Hilderbran ♦November 28 Sunshine December 8 Hilderbran December 15 Nebo January 5 Old Fort Ja n ua ry •January 12 Nebo January 19 Pleasant Gardens •January 23 N C S D February 2 North Cove •February 9 Pleasant Gardens February 20 Old Fort •Home Games The Dragons basketball team has several outstanding players this year and also some very promising newcomers. Under the direction of their new coach, Mr. Ted Tip- ton, the boys are overcoming the loss of their varsity players who graduated last year. COACH Ted Tipton Mickey Benge Mike Dockery This page sponsored by ELIZABETH JAMES HOSIERY MILL 1 Leading the Dragons to victory are LEFT TO RIGHT Scotty Willis, Jerry Nelson, Wayne Creson, Bill Queen, Paul Woody, Mickey Benge, James Causby and Gale Brown, managers; Bill Jarrett, Gene Laughrdge, Michael Dockery, Ronald Padgett, Leroy Stevenson. ' rayons Laughridge Bill Queen Leroy Stevenson This page sponsored by BILTMORE DAIRY FARMS Marion, N. C. Don McClure With everyone returning from last year ' s squad, the Dragon ' s baseball team should have a good season this year. More experience and new and better equipment should help the team show great improvement over last year ' s season. Returning will be Eddie Laney, a fine defensive ball player and excellent batter; Jim Condrey, a fine catcher and power batter, Cecil Foster and James Condrey who will be the mainstay pitchers; Clinton Reel and Bill Queen, who are good fielders and fine batters, will complete the outfield staff. These boys are backed by a capable bench which will press them all season for starting assignments. Jim Condrey — " " . ri - Tony Cable Carl Morgan Bill Queen G ieerfeacfers Miss Vivien Clark Sponsor Maxine Hawkins Chief Ginny Nichols Prise ill a Extine Blonnie Gilliam Elected by the student body, the cheerleaders strive to maintain school spirit and good sportsmanship at the ball games and other school activities. This Page Sponsored By Haney ' s Curb Market and Builder ' s Supply Inc., Marion, N. C. Glynda Cannon The Monogram Club is composed of students who have lettered either in basketball, baseball, or are mem- bers of the Cheering Squad. The purpose of the Club is to promote better sportsmanship and school spirit among students. It also sponsors various fund-raising campaigns throughout the year to provide extra equip- ment needed in the athletic program. Donna Aldredge Jeanette Rumfelt President Tat Miss Louise Metcalf Sponsor Glynda Cannon Vice President Maxine Hawkins Secretary Blonnie Gilliam Treasurer Lola Suttle James Causby The Beta Club is the scholastic honor club in our school. Its objectives are included in the national motto: " Let us lead by serving others " . Juniors and Seniors who main- tain an average of ninety or above and are recommended by the principal and faculty are eligible for membership. There are nineteen active members in the Beta Club this year. Janice Seagle Billie Price Gene Laughridge Ginny Nichols This Page Sponsored By Loven Furniture Company and First Union National Bank. Siucfeni a ounci Eddie Laney President Mrs. Dora Howell Sponsor TheGlenwood StudentCouncil, organized in 1943, is a chapter of the National Association of Student Councils. The theme of this year ' s National Council Convention is " Tomorrow ' s world is already in the Making. " Glen- wood Council members find these words challenging ones in carrying out their objectives. The main project of the Council is to encourage better school spirit in every possible way. Members help finance the athletic activities by operating a concession stand at the ballgames. Elaine Arrowood Betty Arrowood Linda Isaacs Priscilla Extine Shirley Perdieu Joyce Smith Donna Aldredge Janice Rumfelt Jeanette Rumfelt Robert Taylor Rosa Suttles Bill Jarrett W. L. Wisemen Janice Seagle Paul Woody Lawrence Reel Bobby Koone Becky Simpson Danny Cogdil Zane Jackson 1 This Page Sponsored By Gouge Paint Glass Company and East Court Motor Company, Inc. Mr. Harold Mask Sponsor The Bus Patrol is very important in maintaining safe and efficient operation of our fourteen buses. The drivers have a tremendous responsibility in transport ingjstudents to and from school. The patrol is our way of sharing this responsibility and helping to prevent acqacj nts. The aim is to have the safest buses possible in operation. The bus patrol works hard to insure this safety. This page sponsored by BALLEW MOTOR COMPANY Marion, N. C. Eddie Laney, President Steve McCraw, Vice President Mike Dockery, Secretary James Condrey, Treasurer Dean Woodby Larry Lawing James Causby Johnny Swann GfaS Robert Goodson Sponsor The Glenwood Key Club is composed of closely selected boys of good character, leadership potential, high academic standing, and boys who are interested in service to their school and community. The annual drive for toys for under- privileged children is a major project. Monthly luncheon meetings are held. The Key Club is designed to train young men for future membership in a civic club. MISS VIRGINIA NICHOLS Key Club Sweetheart This page sponsored by Parkway Playhouse, University of Miami The Glenwood Future Teachers Chapter is a member of both the state and the national organizations and participates widely in school activities. The high- lights of the year were the assembly pro- gram and tea given for teachers during National Education Week, the Santa Pal project for underprivileged children at Christmas, and the spring clean-up cam- paign. The purpose of the club is to instill in promising students the desire to teach and to give them the opportunity to gain practical experience. Jeanette Rumfelt enjoys helping a primary reading class. This page sponsored by HOLLIFIELD ' S GULF SERVICE STATION Future Secretaries use their ability to help in the office. Juiure Secre anes The Future Secretaries is a newly organized club sponsored by Mrs. Sadie Marlowe. Members in- clude connnnercial students who are interested in further secretarial work. The group visited several business firms and gained first-hand knowledge of how a business office functions. This page sponsored by MARION COLLEGE OF COMMERCE The Future Homemakers Club is one of the largest and the most popular clubs in our school. Miss Vivien Clark, club sponsor, enthusiastically urges each member to strive " toward new horizons " in every activity. The goal of the club- -to impr ove personal, family, and community living- -is a constant challenge. One of the highlight activities of the Future Homemakers is the sponsoring of a nursery for members of the P. T. A. who wish to bring young children to the meetings. Jfc o ne na ers Experimenting with Christmas decorations for the home economics door are Betty Arrowood and Linda Isaacs. This page sponsored by Proctor ' s Feed Store, Marion, N. C. LEFT TO RIGHT: Donald Freshour, Treasurer; Garry Mor- gan, Reporter; Harold Lawing, Sentinel; R. B. Goodson, Advisor; Allen Duncan, President; Clinton Reel, Vice Pres- ident; Lawrence Reel, Secretary. " Learning to Do, Doing to Learn, Earning to Live, Living to Serve. " The primary aim of the Future Farmers of America is the development of agricultural leadership, cooperation, and citizenship. The F.F.A. is an activity of the Vocational Agri- culture Department. This year 66 boys have participated in competitive livestock judging, tool identification, parliamentary procedure, and land judging. The members participate in many services to the community and school. During the summer each member is busy carry- ing out his supervised farming program, but some take off a week to attend the F.F . camp for a week at White Lake, N. C. farmers This page sponsored by H. L. LANCE SERVICE STATION Serving the club as officers are the following: FIRST ROW, left to right, Betty Painter, President; Lucy Creson, Reporter; Mrs. Bonnie Parker, Sponsor; Janice Seagle, Vice President; Martha Barnes, Secretary- Treasurer. The Future Nurses ' Club was organized to instill a love for nursing and to encourage the members to consider nursing as a career. Through various programs and films, the girls have been informed about the many phases of nursing. The club has enjoyed different projects, especially helping underprivileged children at Christmas time and preparing sunshine boxes for invalids. The high- light of the school year was the visit to the local hospital, where the members were given first- hand information in nursing as a career. The Future Nurses put into practice the things they learn This page sponsored by HUNTER ' S FLORIST SERVICE PHARMACY Mr. Day supervises some members of the chemistry class in an experiment. Through the school ' s participation in the National Defense Education Act, adequate funds are available for a well equipped chemistry laboratory. This page sponsored by Mode ' s Service Station, Glenwood, N. C. Members of the 1961- ' 62 Nushka Staff were selected by the high school faculty. The main requirement is that each member be willing to submit long hours of work in order to capture the memories of the school Those on the Advertising Staff are Bobby Poteat, Robert Taylor, Virginia Nichols, Manager; Pris- cilla Extine, Donna Aldredge, and Eddie Laney. LEFT TO RIGHT: Joyce Smith, Editor; Linda Isaacs, Junior Assistant; and Mrs. Sadie Marlowe, Advisor. Sia f LEFT TO RIGHT: Janice Rumfelt, Copy Editor; Pat Westmoreland, Student Photographer. LEFT TO RIGHT: Donna Aldredge, Proofread- er; Brenda Poteat, Typist. Bobby Poteat, Business Manager. This page sponsored by W. G. MARLOWE STORE Glenwood, North Carolina Mrs. Sadie Marlowe and Miss Hope Bailey, Sponsors. Elaine Arrowood, Assistant Editor; Donna Aldredge, Editor. Lola Suttle, Assistant Exchange Editor; IvareaLedbetter, Glynda Cannon, Feature Editor; Ginny Nichols, Fashion Exchange Editor. Editor. Joyce Smith, P r o o f r e a d e r ; Carolyn Gouge, Typist; Billie Price and Maxine Hawkins, Assistant Typists. W. L. Wisemen, Cartoonist; Robert Taylor, Artist. 74 Glenda Kaylor, Barbara Barber, Priscilla Piercy, Louise Marlowe, Brenda Poteat, Larry Lawing, Paul Woody, Robert Rash, Assembly Committee. The ' Spotlight Staff, publisher of the school newspaper, is composed of juniors and seniors who are members of the Secretarial Practice class. The members spend many hours outside of class planning, writing, and editing news, " Dedicated to the Progress of Glenwood School. " The Staff publishes the SPOTLIGHT, a mimeographed edition, five times a year. Sia f Blonnie Gilliam and Maxine Hawkins, Bobby Poteat and Pat Westmoreland, Circulation Managers, enjoy selling an Sports Editors, issue of the SPOTLIGHT to Mr. Flack. 75 William Hawkins and Eddie Laney, Production Managers. cJiorus of voices Sfencfecf s ron nsem The Girls ' Ensemble is justly proud of its achievements since its reception three years ago. This group of selected voices has grown through self-expression toward a better understanding and appreciation of the best choral music of the world, thus creating for itself and its audience a better understanding of other nations of the world. This Page Sponsored By Western Auto Associate Store and Etta Paper Box Factory. The Jr. High Chorus and the Boys ' Choir have derived much satisfaction from their musical experience and have increased their range of understanding through the challenge of studying and performing the music of many countries. This Page Sponsored By Bost Bakeries, Incorporated. niermec iaie 4 3:f Serving as officers for the Junior 4-H Club are Herman Hawkins, President; Pat Marlowe, Vice President; Mr. Lloyd Phillips, Sponsor; Gail Arrowood, Secretary and Treasurer; and Leon Brookshire, Song Leader. !j]as drivers Thirteen Glenwood School bus drivers bear the responsibility of safely transporting 888 students a total of 471 miles to and from school each day. This year all the drivers have perfect safe driving records. In the past years there has never been a fatality caused by a school bus accident. It ' s 3:15 and the busses are loading for the return trip home. This Page Sponsored By Marion Buick Company and The Bargain Store. lounc iroom ersonne LEFT TO RIGHT, Mrs. Ada Westmoreland, Mrs. Annie Holland, Mrs. Dorothy Wilson, Mrs. Florence Morgan, and Mrs. May Radford. Mrs. Fred Morris Manager " Books cannot please, however good; Minds are not ever craving for their food. " Wholesome and appetizing meals are a necessary part of the school ' s curriculum. Very capable hands prepare meals daily for approximately 625 students. Mrs. Morris and her lunchroom personnel deserve much praise for the delicious meals we enjoy. Gusioc ians The clean building and grounds of our school should not be taken for granted. Much credit for the sanitary and attractive school environment goes to Mrs. Nanney and Mr. Condrey, our con- scientious custodians. Mrs. Clara Nanney Mr. James Condrey " Cleanliness is next to Godliness ' This Page Sponsored By Bost Bakeries Incorporated. Floyd Bailey Jolly Bailey Paul Barnes Robert Bartlett Jerry Boone Jimmy Cable Carl Christopher Gerald Connor Pat Dale Georgia Gardner Gloria Haney Johnny Hensley Grayson Holland Gary Hughes Johnny Hutchins Eddie Johnson Harry Lee Kidd Brenda Laws Bud Price Sharon Reel Derrill Reynolds Arnold Sparks Betty Williams Celia Willis Joan Anderson Roger Arrowood Penny Benge Lynn Clarke Barbara Fender Linda Finley Glenda Garland Jimmy Hensley Wanda Hogan Fred Houck Shirley Huskins Brenda Hutchins Zane Jackson Alice Lane Polly Lanning Wanda Lawing Barbara McFalls Faye Moore Elwanda Morgan Tommy Perdieu Gail Radford Ann Reel Marie Reel Phyllis Rhom Carolyn Shell Roy Sumlin Elaine Toney Carolyn Waters Gayle Washburn 83 David Aldredge Mary Arrowood Norman Arrowood Larry Bledsoe Linda Bledsoe Timmy Buchanan Linda Cable Juanita Carver Margaret Clark Charles Collins Roger Conner George Davis 1. .1 ppi " ™ " ' f Mary Goins Garry Gragg Fredia Hensley Charles Koone Billy La wing Jewell Ledford Skipper Lunsford Brenda Marlowe Gene Morgan Nina Mostiller Arvle Nations Jimmy Price Rita Rhom Allen Silvers Wanda Silvers Billy Stacey Linda Warren Ruby Suttle 84 Paul Bartlett Terry Bean David Brookshire Joyce Cable Dianne Cogdill Richard Collins Maxine Crawley Roger Davis Margaret Garland June Gilliam Judy Greer Ray Hemphill Dianne Hicks Leroy Hollifield Jerry Hunter JKr. !j3facASurn s Seven A racfe Mary Beth Jackson Barbara Kaylor Ann Landis Tim Laughridge Jan Lewis Mike Loury Margaret Marlowe Howell McCraw Lois Morgan Linda Patton Delores Pitman Joe Owens Shirley Nations Judy Searcy Ann Smith Brenda Smith Donald Swann Ronald Swann Steve Simmons Larry Vaughn Rebecca Ward Gene Wilkerson i 1 ■5 Barbara Arrowood Catherine Austin Gladys Biggerstaff Jo Ann Bolick Rebecca ' Cannon i y Carolyn Creson Brenda Davis Linda Elliott Jerry Evans Lloyd Flynn Steve Foster Larry Franklin Jane Frisbee Hilda Greene Susan Hall Libby Harmon Linda Harris Velvia Haynes Linda Hensley Ann Laws Judy Ledbetter Donald Ledford Linda McClure Wilma McClure David Marlowe Larry Moore Clifford Morgan Ronnie Morgan Retha Piercy Dennis Poteat Judy Poteat Patricia Price Michael Ramsey Deny Randolph Richard Scares, Jr. Bobby Vaughn Rubye Watkins Danny West 9ICr. JICcJKa 2an ' ' s Seoen A racfe James Aldredge Steve Allison Judy Arrowood Robert Arrowood Jr. Douglas Benge J. D. Buckner James Burnett Jerry Connor Ronnie Dover Betty Dover Johnny Ellington Joan Frisbee Roger Gallion Harold Grant Lloyd Greene David Harrison Michael Hensley Joe Huskins Clarence Hutchins Mary Sue Kelly D. Z. Laws Lloyd Loury Leonard Parker Charles Proctor Carolyn Radford Glenda Ray Martha Reel Sharon Toney Kenneth Waters Maureen Woody Richard Wyatt Eddie Yelton 87 Linda Arrowood Catharine Barnes Inez Capps Sandra Clark Randy Collins Patricia Connor Doris Creech Donnie Dowdle Michael Gardner Sandra Haney Jo Harris Herman Hawkins Elizabeth Holland Brenda Hollifield Leonard Hughes Richard Jarrett Glen Jones Albert Kaylor Max Lane Loren Mace Pat Marlowe Naomi McKinney David Morgan Frank Morgan Dean Nanny Angeline Pendley Sandra Pittman Betty Radford Chuckle Radford Nicky Randolph Dan Shirlen Margaret Tucker Elizabeth Ward Jackie Willis Kenneth Wilson JKiss ac s ifi i ancf Six A racfes Jerry Arrowood Warren Anthony Van Branch Linda Brendle Calvert Cable Neal Carver Linda Clark Jeanette Creson Barbara Davis Sherman Davis Henry Franklin Linda Franklin Donnie Gardner Harold Gardner Sue Gardner Frank Garland Jr. Joanne Goins d Dennis Johnson Betty Lou Lawing Carolyn Laws Kenneth Laws Lois Mathis lll l j Terry Morgan Freddie Pace Shirley Parker Mary Ellen Reel Roger Rhom f | Johnny Smith Charles Washburn Nicky West Linda Kay Williams Garry Wilson ) d 89 LaNell Aldredge Dianne Benge Peggy Biggerstaff Wayne Booth Leon Brookshire Darlene Cable Garry Capps Lee Carver Steve Chapman Ronnie Fender Grey Harris Nancy Jackson Brenda Jones Harrill Lawing Randy Laws Jeraldine Loury Frankie Marlowe James Roger McPeters Billy Morgan Diane Morgan Wanda Murrill Victor Penley Douglas Proctor Bruce Radford Lawrence Radford Linda Ramsey Bonita Randolph Garry Silver Doris Smith Janice Tyo Wayne Warren Linda Watkins Sammy Woody Wilma Wyatt Bruce Austin Kenneth Austin George Barnes Dennis Beam Stephen Biggerstaff Jimmy Bowman Larry Bradley Michael Burnette David Byrd Faye Cable Michael Calloway Pamela Carroway Carolyn Causby Billy Cauthen Frances Conner Roger Cooke Jerry Gardin Randy Hogan Diane Lewis Vicky Loury Roger McCarthy Wanda Morgan Douglas Parker Mary Ruby Philbeck Paul Proctor Marilyn Radford Phillip Ramsey Betty Richardson Linda Simpson Ricky Smith Cecelia Taylor Kay Ward Shirley Ward June Webb Junior Webb Betty Lue Wyatt Gary Yates Polly Arrowood Randy Arrowood Rickie Arrowood Albert Cable Carolyn Dillingham Jerry Finley Hugh Franklin Joseph Frisbee Jaclde Gardin Diane Gardner Stevie Garland Debbie Harris Judy Hilton David Kaylor Edward Lewis Roger Lovelace Darlene Medford Eugene Morgan James Nations Curtis Penley Henry Radford Sondra Randolph Alice Reel Rose Ella Reel Colen Roper Debra Scates Mildred Styles James Watkins Dean Williams 92 Ann Arrowood Kathy Arrowood Billy Calhoun Chucky Callahan Ginger Callahan Edward Clark Sharon Davis Carolyn Dover Jerald Dowdle Lee Estes r Douglas Gardner Carolyn Hunter Donald Laws Douglas Laws Roger Ledford c J j. 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Uucj er s Seconcf rac e Danny Barnes Vickie Bartlett Billy Blankenship Gary Bolick Bobby Byrd Nina Cable Butch Davis Donna Easlick Jimmy Gardner Kay Jones Tommy McMahan Brenda Morgan Frances Morgan Terry Parker Wilma Radford Deborah Reynolds Jo Anne Richardson Charles Richey Wanda Kay Roper Dillard Shelton Dean Sparks Wayne Sparks Miriam Ward Kenneth Watkins Valerie Wiese Dale Williams Ricky Wilson Connie Thomas Trudy Jackson 95 hi Petie Bradley Alfred Cable Phyllis Cable Melinda Condrey Stanley Cauthen ski £ % Stephen Cauthen Roger Estes J CI 11 y OarUlU Rickie Grant Lakie Harris »r- -m i Angela Hogan Claudette Hollifield Kathy Kaylor David Lawing Kenneth Lewis Deborah Ledford Johnny Morris Elizabeth Pendly Rebecca Poteat Melinda Proctor Virginia Proctor Elizabeth fUchey Cathy Romine Philip Rumfeli Wayne Smith Stanley Styles Lloyd Tyo Freddie Warren Sharon Williams Linda Webb M Lizabeth Wiese Glen Yates Bobby Webb 96 in 9 ' ' mm r 14 ■■■I Garry Adkins Gordon Adkins Frances Arrowood Joe Arrowood Robert Arrowood Robin Arrowood Pamela Biggerstaff Lois Bledsoe 1 Linda Bolick Bufford Conner Robert Dillingham Reba Laws Danny Mace Carolyn Mathis Sharon Merrill Mike Moore Kenny Morgan Kay Owens Dennis Poteat Dennis Radford George Radford Benny Ramsey f t F M Janet Ray Rickey Revis Brenda Roper Linda Roper Barbara Smith Bruce Ward Kay Washburn Rachel Woody n f 97 e or s ssa e . . 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