Glenwood High School - Nushka Yearbook (Glenwood, NC)
- Class of 1966
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We study . . . laugh . . . and compete I IqOowgiS) CoiffTty Pubftc Library 90 West Court reet Wterion, NC 752 :%m " U ie CAnnuaf 5ia CProucffy CPresenis Zlhe Editor: Barbara Parker Business Manager: Ann Reel Business Advisor: Mrs. Margaret Norris Sponsor: Mrs. George Ann Weaver Q en wo ocf DCor A Garofin a fe ’eaves A cup of coffee . . . A lot of intellectual chatter . . . and . . . bang! . . . the world ' s problems are solved in eight minutes. Mrs. Hensley arrives to provide the answers to the day ' s routine ... a lost glove, a much- The familiar mail man, the taxi service, the truant needed pencil, an aspirin officer, the errand-boy, the father of us all . . . remincf us iJiai . . Mrs. Nanney provides the answers to grimy little hands and muddy little feet with a lot of patience and a great many keys. Mr. Howell ' s persistent message reaches almost everyone soonr or later . . . Willingness to serve, a sound sense of humor, lots of change, and countless hours of food prepa- ration make each day’s meals nourishing and enjoyable . . . Mr. Haney steers the seniors through that inevitable maze of decisions, tests, applications and interviews during those final months before graduation. 6 Ji Iecf cuii i . . . hrou Ji ihese pa es we wi f re ive our (fays io eij er Students enjoy the companionship and the friendly at- mosphere of the lunch table. Through these halls we passed together . . . the familiar slam of a locker, the warm laughter, the reassuring sounds of the place we love . . . Coach Gibson gives last minute instructions before that " big " game. Joan cheers Glenwood High on to win or encourages her when she loses ... to lose gracefully . . . fe earning . . . spii rii 8 Mr. Howell pauses to share in that proud moment . . . the symbol of years of learning . . . learning to become citizens of tomorrow ' s world. pric e . . . conceniraiion . . . sinifes . . . ancf £eariac 2e. A funny little puppy suddenly appears to complicate matters with his insistence upon being photographed . . . We thought he met the qualifications for admission but . . . And finally there is that terrible mo- ment . . . filled with suspense, surprise, pride, and, yes, sometimes regret. T ' .U.Jl. jcers Treasurer Mrs. Gene Smith President Mrs. Brenda Austin Secretary 91A umni icers The Alumni Officers are: Mr. Ray Dean Arrowood, President; Mr. Joe Kaylor, Vice-Presi- dent; Mr. Carroll Hemphill, Treasurer; Mrs. Jimmy hawing, Corresponding Secretary; Mrs. Clinton Dockery, Recording Secretary. The Alumni Association meets biennially. Their most outstanding project is sponsoring a scholarship fund for worthy Glenwood graduates who wish to continue their education. T ecficaie . . All his faults are such that one loves him still the better for them . . . Careless their merits or their faults to scan. His pity gave ere charity began. Thus to relieve the wretched was his pride, And even his failings lean ' d to Virtue ' s side . . . Even children follow ' d with endearing wile. And pluck ' d his gown, to share the good man ' s smile . . . Members of the School Committee: Mr. Gene Smith, Mr. Bryan Geouge, Mr. Joe Kaylor, Mrs. Eva Dale, (Not Pictured). Mrs. Guy Hensley Mrs. Edna Hall 4 ,.y: fi0ii0$i§ 0M h’MMmmiSSs Mii -T ' fi®l Mr. James E. Johnson Superintendent Mrs. Leola Wright Supervisor 14 Mr. Howard Haynie Guidance Counselor The familiar face of our beloved principal through the years has brought inspiration and encourage- ment to the hearts of his students. As each of us steps out into the world to make his own future, He will always remember his kindness and deep understanding. 15 Mrs. Brenda Austin B. S. Biology and Science Wake Forest College Mrs. Pearl Austin B. S. Primary Education Western Carolina College Mrs. Frances Barnwell Elementary Education Western Carolina College Mrs. Maphra Bennett B. S. Degree Western Carolina Teacher ' s College Asheville Teacher ' s College Thomas Blackburn B. S, Social Studies Appalachian State Teachers College Mrs. Lois Cook A. B. Library Science Woman ' s College, U.N.C. Mrs. Helen Cooley A. B. English and French Greensboro College Miss Judy Cummings B. S. Health and P. E. Appalachian State Teachers College Mrs. Bonita Cuthrell B. S. Social Science Western Carolina College Clyde C. Day B. S. Science Appalachian State College M. A. East Tennessee State University 16 Clifford Gibson B. S. Health and P. E. Wingate Jr. College East Tennessee State University Robert Goodson B. S. Vocational Agriculture Berea College Miss Irene Hancock B. S. Biology Medical College of Virginia Appalachian Teacher ' s College Mrs. Ruth Hawkins B. S. Primary Education Appalachian Teacher ' s 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. Dessie hawing B. S. Grammar Grade Education Appalachian State Teacher ' s Coljlege Lenior Rhyne College Mrs. Doris Lonon B. A. Education Mars Hill College Lenoir Rhyne College Harold Mask B. S. Mathematics and Physics Brevard College N. C. State College Applachian State Teachers College Miss Emma McGalliard B. S. Primary Education Appalachian State Teachers College 7 Mrs. Stella T. Marlowe Appalachian State Teachers College B. S. Degree Grammar Grade Education Mr. J. V. McMahan East Tennessee State Appalachian State Teachers College Elementary Education Mrs. Wilma Mode B. S. Degree Primary Education Appalachian State Teachers College Mrs. Margaret Norris B. S. Commercial and Social Studies Montreat College Appalachian State Teachers College Mr. Lloyd Phillips B. S. History and Social Studies East Tennessee State University Mr. Earl Robbins Appalachian State Teachers College B. S, Social Studies Mrs. Jacquette Robinson B. S. Home Economics and General Science Mars Hill College, Winthrop College, Woman ' s College Mr. Ted J. Tipton B. S. Social Studies and Physical Education Appalachian State Teachers College Mrs. Lalage Tucker B. S. Education Asheville Teachers College M. A. Appalachian State Teachers College Mrs. George Ann Weaver B. A. Degree Gardner Webb College University of North Carolina Greensboro 18 enior MASCOTS . Tonja Lamb, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Lamb. Mark Arrowood, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ray Dean Arrowood. The class of ' 66 is composed of 36 girls and 25 boys. Their leader- ship abilities have been felt in every phase of school life. The class of ' 66 will long be remem- bered at Glenwood High. CLASS FLOWER White Rose CLASS COLORS White and Gold Class of ' 66 Another class is at the threshold, Bearing its standards of white and gold- Unstained white for honor and loyalty. Pure gold for hope and fidelity. The white rose is the flower of ' 66, Symbol of love and purity intermixed. Reminder of our flowering youth Searching for a world of truth. Our motto, inspired by a bard of old, A lesson in truth these words retold: " 111 fares the land, to hastening ills a prey. Where wealth accumulates and men decay. Dear Symbols, inspired at Glenwood High, Our hopes for the future on thee rely. Inspite of a world of war and fear. The Class of ' 66 wilf hold mem ' ries dear. CLASS MOTTO " 111 fares the land, To hastening ills a prey. Where wealth accumulates And men decay. " Class Poets: Ruby Suttle Fred Houck 20 Serving the Senior Class as class officers are: Tommy Perdieu, President, Ann Reel, Secretary, Zane Jackson, Vice-President, Wanda Ledbetter, Treasurer, Billy Lawing, Reporter. Sponsors Mrs. George Ann Weaver Mrs. Dora B. Howell MARY SUE ARROWOOD NORMAN LEE ARROWOOD ROGER EUGENE ARROWOOD PENNY JOYCE BENGE GARY BYRD BENNETT TIMOTHY DONALD BUCHANAN VERNON DON BUCHANAN GLORIA JOSEPHINE CLARK CHRISTLE WANDA DAVIS GEORGE RANDALL DAVIS BARBARA JEAN FENDER HAZEL CATHERINE FIELDS LINDA LOUISE FINLEY MARY ELIZABETH GOINS FRED W. HOUCK GARY WAYNE HUGHES BRENDA JEAN HUTCHINS BILLY DEAN LA WING WANDA JEAN LAWING WILLIAM MAX LA WING RONALD GENE MORGAN NINA MAE MOSTILLER ARVLE BEN NATIONS, JR. MARIE REEL REBECCA ANN REEL SHARON ANN REEL PHYLLIS GAIL RHOM CAROLYN JEAN SHELL CLARENCE ALLEN SILVER RUBY VIRGINIA SUTTLE MARY ELAINE TONEY LINDA GAIL WARREN JUDY CAROLYN WATERS BETTY LOU JANE WILLIAMS CELIA LORETTA WILLIS JUNE GLENDA WOODBY Senior T)irecior NORMAN LEE ARROWOOD: F.T.A. 1,2,3; F.F.A. 4; Monogram 1,2, 3,4; Bus Patrol 4; Bus Driver 2,3; Baseball 1,2; Basketball 1, 2,3,4. MARY SUE ARROWOOD: F.T.A. 1,2,3; F.H.A. 3; Library Club 4; Safety Patrol 1,2,4; Monogram 1,2, 3.4. ROGER EUGENE ARROWOOD: Class Vice-President 1,2; President 3; Key Club 2,3,4; Chemistry Club 3; Student Council 4; Nushka Staff 4. PENNY JOYCE BENGE; F.T.A. 2,3,4; F.H.A. 3; Vice-President 4; President; Lydians 3; Spotlight Staff 3,4. GARY BYRD BENNETT: Transferred from East Yancey 1,2,3; Spotlight Staff 4; Key Club 4. TIMOTHY DONALD BUCHANAN: F.F.A. 1,2,3,4; Safety Patrol 2,3; Monogram 4; Baseball 2,4; Basket- ball 3,4. VERNON DON BUCHANAN: Beta Club 3,4; Secretary 4. GLORIA JOSEPHINE CLARK; Chorus 1,2; Spotlight Staff 4; Library Club 4. MARGARET ANN CLARK: F.H.A. 1,2,3; F.T.A. 2,4; Lydians 3; Glee Club 1. CHARLES ARTHUR COLLINS: F.F.A. 3,4; Bus Driver 2.3.4. ROGER EDWARD CONNER: F.F.A. 3,4; Safety Patrol 3.4. BETTY ANN COOK: F.N.A. 2; Library Club 4. PATRICK ERVIN DALE: F.F.A. 4. CHRISTLE WANDA DAVIS: F.H.A. 1,2. GEORGE RANDALL DAVIS; F.F.A. 3,4; Library Club 4; Baseball 2,3,4. BARBARA JEAN FENDER: F.N.A. 1,2,3; 4-H Club 1, 2,3,4; F.H.A. 2,3,4, Treasurer; Spotlight Staff 3; Lydians 3, President; Safety Patrol 3; Bus Driver 3,4; F.T.A. 4; Office Worker 3,4; Nushka Staff 4; Basket- ball 1; Monogram 1; Home Economics Award 2; Citizen of the Month 2. HAZEL CATHERINE FIELDS; Spotlight Staff 4; Li- brary Club 4. BETTY LOU JEAN WILLIAMS: Safety Patrol 1,2,3; F.H.A. 1,2,3; F.T.A. 1,2; F.N.A. 1,2,3; Health Careers 4. LINDA LOUISE FINLEY: Student Council 2,3,4; F.H.A. 3,4; F.T.A. 3; Lydians 3; Treasurer 3; Safety Patrol 4; Spotlight Staff 4; Assistant Office Worker 4. MARY ELIZABETH GOINS: F.H.A. 1,2. PATSY RUTH HALL: F.T.A. 1,2, 3,4; F.N.A. 2,3; F.H.A. 3; Spotlight Staff 4. GLORIA ANN HANEY: F.N.A. 4; F.H.A. 3. FREDIA VIRGINIA HENSLEY: F.T.A. 1,2, 3,4; F.H.A. 1; Monogram 1; Safety Patrol 1,2; F.N.A. 2. JIMMY ROY HENSLEY: Key Club 3,4; Safety Patrol 4. JOHNNY ANDERSON HENSLEY: F.F.A. 1,2, 3,4; Key Club 3,4; Bus Patrol 2; Library 3,4; 4-H Club 3,4; Attended Forestry Camp 1. FRED W. HOUCK: F.T.A. 1,2,4; Vice-President; Key Club 3,4; Safety Patrol 3; Bus Driver 4. GARY WAYNE HUGHES: F.F.A. 1,2, 3,4; Bus Patrol 3,4; Basketball 3,4, BRENDA JEAN HUTCHINS: F.H.A. 1.2,3,4; F.N.A. 2; F.T.A. 1,2; Chemistry Club 3; Safety Patrol 4; Library Club 4. JOHN CHARLES HUTCHINS: SpotUght 4. TERESA ANN HYMAN: Transferred from Bishop England High School; Regni Murdi 1; Library Council 1,2,3; Student Council 1; Glee Club 1,2, 3; Dramatics Club 1,2,3; Future Business Leaders of America 1,2; C.S.M.C. 1; Office Worker 4, ZANE FRANKLIN JACKSON: F.F.A. 1,2, Reporter 3; Agricultural Award 2,3; Public Speaking Award 3; F.T.A. 1,2,3, 4; Key Club 2, Vice-President 3, Presi- dent 4; Basketball 1,3; Monogram 1, National 4-H Congress 3; Kiwanis Citizenship Award 3; Student Council 1, Secretary 2,3; Treasurer 4; Nushka Staff 4; Bus Driver 3,4; Safety Patrol 2, Class Vice-Presi- dent 4, Reporter 1. CELIA LORETTA WILLIS: F.T.A. 1,2,4; Band 1,2,3. 30 5enior Direcior, HARRY LEE KIDD; F.F.A. 1,2, 3, 4. ALICE MARIE LANE; F.H.A. 1,2; Nushka 3. BILLY DEAN LA WING; Key Club 3,4; Chemistry Club 3; Safety Patrol 4; Nushka Staff 4; Class Reporter 4. WANDA JEAN LA WING; F.H.A. 3,4; Lydians 3; Bus Patrol 4; Spotlight Staff 4; Office Worker 4. WILLIAM MAX LAWING; F.F.A. 1,2, 3, 4; Bus Patrol 4. WANDA ELAINE LEDBETTER; F.H.A. ' 1,2,3, Secre- tary; F.H.A. Convention 3; Home Economics Award 3; F.N.A. 2,3, Secretary; Health Careers Convention 4; Health Careers Vice-President 4; Cheerleader 1, 2; Safety Patrol 3,4; Lydians 3, Spotlight Staff 3, Junior Editor; Nushka Staff 4; Class Sweetheart 4; Senior Class Treasurer 4, Office Worker 3, Glee Club 1 , BRENDA GAIL MARLOWE; F.H.A. 1,2,3; F.T.A. 3; F.N.A. 3; French Club 3; Glee Club 1. CONNIE ANN McFARLAND; F.H.A. 2,3; F.N.A. 2; F.T.A. 4; Lydians 3. LAURA ANN McINTOSH; F.T.A. 2,3,4; F.N.A. 1; F.H.A. 2,3; Basketball 1,3,4; Spotlight Staff 4; Monogram 4. CALVIN LEE McKINNEY; Key Club 3.4; F.F.A. 3, President 4, Bus Patrol 1,2; Bus Driver 4; Basketball 3. RONALD GENE MORGAN; Bus Driver 3,4; F.F.A. 4; F.T.A. 4; Key Club 4. NINA MAE MOSTILLER; Glee Club 1; F.T.A. 4; F.H.A. 4; Office Worker 4. ARVLE BEN NATIONS, JR.; Safety Patrol 1,2; Spot- light Staff 4; F.F.A. Secretary 4; Bus Driver 3,4; Baseball 3,4. BARBARA ANN PARKER; Editor Nushka 4; Beta Club 3; President 4; D.A.R. History Award 3; Miss Hi-Miss 3; F.T.A. 3; President 4; Student Council 4; French Club 3; Junior Editor Nushka 3; Marshal. JUDY CAROLYN WATERS; F.N.A. 1; Safety Patrol 4; Library Club 4. THOMAS ARNOLD PERDIEU; Key Club 2,3,4; Beta Club 3, Vice-President 4; Student Council 2,3,4 Vice-President 3, President 4; Nushka Staff 4; Safety Patrol 1,2,3; Bus Driver 4; Science Award 1, Biology Award 2, American History Award 3, President of Senior Class. MARIE REEL; F.H.A. 2,3,4; F.H.A. Convention 3; Historian 4; Co-ed Correspondent 3; F.N.A. 1,2,3; Safety Patrol 1; F.T.A. 4; Nushka Staff 4; Lydians 3; Secretary; Treasurer Freshman Class; President Class 2; Marshal 3. REBECCA ANN REEL; F.H.A. 2,3,4; F.H.A. Conven- tion 3; F.N.A. 2,3, Treasurer; Health Careers 4; Student Council 3,4; Lydians 3, Vice-Pres., Mono- gram 1; Basketball 1; Class Secretary 4; Business Manager Nushka 4; Health Convention 4, Marshal 3. SHARON ANN REEL; F.H.A. 3; F.N.A. 1; Basketball 1; Safety Patrol 1. PHYLLIS GAIL RHOM; F.H.A. 1; F.T.A. 2; Bus Patrol 4. CAROLYN JEAN SHELL; F.N.A. 1,2,3; F.T.A. 4; F.H.A. 2,3,4; F.H.A. Convention 3; Nushka Staff 4; Basketball 1; Monogram 1; Safety Patrol 1,2; Class Vice-President 3; Lydians 3; Marshal 3. ALLEN CLARENCE SILVER; F.F.A. 1,2,3; Vice- President 4; Key Club 2,3,4; Safety Patrol 3; Class Treasurer 3; Bus Driver 3,4; F.F.A. Award 1,2. ARNOLD JABOSE SPARKS; F.F.A. 1,2,3,4; Bus Patrol 2,3. ROY LEE SUMLIN; Key Club 2,3,4; Student Council 3,4; Safety Patrol 2,3; Bus Driver 3; Chemistry Club 3; Nushka Staff 4. RUBY VIRGINIA SUTTLE; Student Council 1,2, 3,4; F.N.A. 1,2; F.T.A. 3,4; Class Reporter 2,3,4; Biology Award 2; Class Poet 4; Nushka 3,4; D.A.R. Award 4; Lydians 3; Marshal 3. MARY ELAINE TONEY; F.H.A. 1,2,3,4; F.N.A. 1,2; Chemistry Club 3; Safety Patrol 3; Bus Driver; Class Treasurer 2; Nushka Staff 4; Library Club 4, Vice- President. LINDA GAIL WARREN; Glee Club 1; Spotlight Staff 4. JUNE GLENDA WILLIS; F.T.A. 1,2,4; Band 1,2,3. 31 TOMMY PERDIEU Valedictorian President of the Student Council RUBY SUTTLE D.A.R. Good -Citizen Award Art Editor of the NUSHKA 32 These Students Their scholastic and were chosen for leadership abilities. 33 ZANE JACKSON President of the Key Club Kiwanis Good -Citizenship Awan 34 S n JKemoriam Clarence E, Hutchins July 10, 1949 - December 27, 1965 son of Mrs. Dewey Hutchins . . . man s Jehi i cfiminisJies me because S7 am inoofvec in manj incf ' ancf i ierejare never send io dnow Jar w£om die £eir iods- iods Jor idee. Serving the Junior Class as officers this year are, Joe Owens, President; Barbara Kaylor, Vice-President; Diane Cogdill, Secretary; Margaret Mar- lowe, Treasurer; Diane Hicks and Joan Burgett, Reporters. c5. sponsors Mrs. Margaret Norris. Mrs. Lois Cook and Mr. Harold Mask, the sponsors of the Junior Class are faced with many financial prob- lems because of the Christmas Parry and the Junior-Senior Prom. 36 James Aldridge Barbara Arrowood Robert Arrowood Paul Bartlett Terry Beam Douglas Benge Gladys Biggerstaff Jimmy Brewer David Brookshire Wanda Buchanan Joan Burgett Joyce Cable Linda Chapman Maxine Crawley Carolyn Creson Diane Cogdill Brenda Davis 37 Roger Davis Johnny Ellington Linda Elliot Larry Franklin Jane Frisbee Joan Frisbee June Gilliam Harold Grant Hilda Greene Judy Greer Jerry Gunter Susan Hall Libby Harmon Linda Harris Ray Hemphill Michael Hensley Dianne Hicks 38 Leroy Hollifield Jerry Hunter Clarence Hutchins Barbara Kaylor Ann Landis Edward Laney Timothy Laughridge Judy Ledbetter Donald Ledford David Marlowe Margaret Marlowe Wilma McClure Howell McCraw Glinda McCurry Barbara McKinney Penny McPeters Clifford Morgan 39 Lois Morgan Ronnie Morgan Shirley Nations Joe Owens Leonard Parker Linda Patton Delores Pittman Dennis Poteat Pat Price Denny Randolph Glenda Ray Judy Searcy Wanda Silvers Steve Simmons Ann Smith Brenda Smith Donald Swann 40 Ronald Swann Sharon Toney Bobby Vaughn Larry Vaughn Rebecca Ward Ruby Watkins Daniel West Gene Wilkerson 41 Serving the Sophomore Class as officers this year are, Albert Kaylor, Pres- ident; Dan Shirlen, Vice-President; Pat Arrowood, Secretary; Dickie Jar- rett, Treasurer; Reporters, Maxine hawing and David Reel. cS, sponsors The sponsors of the Sophomore Class, Mrs. Helen Cooley and Mr. T. 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Tipton, find that they too must study as their students do. 42 Steve Allison Leona Anthony Warren Anthony Linda Arrowood Pat Arrowood Luther Baker Belinda Barlowe Van Branch Linda Brendle Doris Creech Janet Gardner Larry Buchanan Dallas Davis Steve Gouge Donald Childers Larry Davis Sandra Haney Linda Clark Sherman Davis Jo Harris Susan Condrey Dennis Franklin Herman Hawkin Pat Conner Donald Gardner Jimmy Haynes Phyllis Haynes Terry Helms Cheryl Hensley Debbie Holland Brenda Hollified Lenord Hughes Dicky Jarrett Glen Jones Albert Kaylor Pat Marlowe Dean Nanney Donna King Max Lane De Wanda McClure Libby McCurry Mike Nelson Freddy Pace Maxine Lawing Naomi McKinney Bertie Padgett Kenneth Ledbetter Doyle Lytle David Morgan Frank Morgan Billie Padgett David Parker Nancy Pendley Sandra Pittman Ann Price Janie Queen Betty Radford Chuck Radford Nicky Randolph David Reel Steve Reynolds Linda Williams Dan Shirlen Elizabeth Ward Danny Watkins Donna Workman 45 Serving the Freshman Class as officers this year are: Wayne Condrey, President; Andrew Wilkerson, Vice-President; Elaine McKinney, Secre- tary; Nancy Bowen, Treasurer; Nicky West and Cassandra Silver, Re- porters, c5, sponsors The Freshman Class sponsors, Mr. Phil- lips and Mrs. Austin, help solve many of the problems of the new members of high school. 46 Debbie Adkins LaNelle Aidredge Danny Anglin Mike Baker Linda Bailey Ann Benge Vernon Benge Peggy Biggerstaff Wayne Booth Nancy Bowen Leon Brookshire Bobby Buckner Grace Burnette Connie Cable Steve Chapman Wayne Condrey Dennis Cook 47 George Corn Jeanette Creason Brenda Edwards Ronnie Fender Henry Franklin Harold Gardner Joyce Gibson Joanne Goins Judy Greene Grey Harris Hellene Harris Paul Harris ‘-1 ■ ' 7 Kit Hicks Harold Hutchins Brenda Jones Leon Kelley Kathy Kirkland Betty Lawing 48 Harrill Lawing Roger Lawing Randy Laws Elaine McKinney Shirley McKinney Roger McPeters Eddie Marlowe Frankie Marlowe Wanda Merrill Bill Morgan Dianne Mogan Terry Morgan Shirley Parker Wanda Payne Jimmy Phillips Joan Plemmons Douglas Proctor Bonita Randolph 49 Mary Reel Rosetta Reel Cassandra Silver Doris Smith Johnny Smith Janice Tyo Naomi Tyo Ronnie Toney Charles Washburn Nickey West Bennie Williams Juanita Williams Andrew Wilkerson Larry Wilkerson Gary Wilson Lester Worley Mike Young 50 raue Polly Arrowood Bruce Austin Kenny Austin Sammy Bailey Sybil Baker Donald Barlowe Dennis Beam Stephen Biggerstaff Jimmy Bowman Larry Bradley Jhonny Brewer Jimmy Buchanan Michael Burnette David Byrd Dale Cable Faye Cable Pam Caraway Neal Carver Carolyn Causby Doroty Chapman Steven Childers Bob Clark Richard Clark Frances Connor Jerry Cook Roger Cook Grangalene Davis Ricky Derrick Jerry Finley Freddie Franklin 52 racfe Kenneth Franklin Sharon Freemon Margie Gallion Walter Gallion Dianne Gardener Jackie Garndin Jerry Gardin Jethro Green Ann Harris Martha Haynes Judy Helms Becky Hensley Jackie Hensley Randy Hogan Evelyn Hutchins J. 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Johnson Betty Kerley Lorene hawing Patsy hawing Sandra hawing Diane hedbetter George hedford Diane hewis Sharon Mashburn Roger McCarthy hester McClure Eugene Morgan Jane Morgan Wanda Morgan Doug Parker 53 Gail Parker Shirley Phillips Edward Pitman Patsy Plemmons Jerry Price Henry Radford Marilyn Radford Phillip Ramsey Alice Reel Rose Reel Janet Rhom Keith Rhom Betty Richardson Colen Roper Mary Rumfelt Rachel Shell Linda Simpson Beverley Smith Howard Smith Ricky Smith Rosie Sparks Ceacila Taylor Archie Tyo Doug Watkins Kay Ward Shirley Ward June Webb Junior Webb Dean Williams Carolyn Worley 54 Seuenih rade Jimmy Anglin Kathy Arrowood Laura Ann Arrowood Ricky Arrowood Donald Buchanan Sandra Buchanan Billy Calhoun Eddie Clark Jimmy Childers Johnny Cook Eddie Davis Sharon Davis Carolyn Dover Lee Estes Elizabeth Fields Hugh Franklin Joe Frisby Sue Galiian Douglas Gardner Martha Gouge Debra Harris Shelia Hicks Judy Hilton Kathy Holland Carolyn Hunter David Kaylor Donald Laws Carolyn Ledford Rachel Ledford Edward Lewis 55 Seuen } racfe Diana Martin Michael McKinney Darlene Medford Joyce Melton Carolyn Merrill Johnny Morgan Nolon Mostiller Johnny Nelson Deborah Parker William Parker Geanette Procter Paul Procter Robert Radford Diane Ramsey Pam Randolph Roger Reed Mike Rumfelt Miriam Smith Mildred Stlyes Dawn Wade Ronnie Warren Jimmy Washburn Darlene Watkins James Watkins Donna Williams 56 (3 x racfe Bobby Arrowood John Arrowood Debra Biggerstaff Bobby Byrd Nina Cable Karl Cannon Betty Creech Gerald Davis Jerald Dowdle Joel Gardin Boyd Haynes Lois Haynes Jean Hollifield Joan Hollifield Kaye Jones Kenneth Kirkland Nathan Lail Douglas Laws Patricia Laws Lillie Ledford Michale Ledford Stanly McPeters Gail Mills Bonnie Morgan Brenda Morgan Frances Morgan Linda Morgan Steve Morgan Lynn Nelson Walter Payne Wilma Radford Jo Anne Richardson David Romine Wanda Roper Connie Smith Diane Smith Wayne Sparks Connie Thomas Miriam Ward Timothy Webb Valerie Wiese Dale Williams 57 Donna Adkins Joe Arrowood Robert Arrowood Robin Arrowood Brenda Ayers Vickie Bailey Pemelia Biggerstaff Lois Bledsoe Retie Bradley Phyllis Cable Boyd Childers Carole Crawley Woodrow Edwards Jr. Roger Estes Deborah Fields Jimmy Gardner Jeffery Gardin Randall Guffey Ronald Guffey Lakie Harris Claudette Hollifield Kathy Kaylor Rebecca King David Lawing Reba Laws Debra Ledford Kenneth Lewis Danny Mace 58 Annie M. Martin Sliaron Merrill Michael Moore Kenneth Morgan Johnny Morris Kay Owens Terry Parker Dennis Poteat Rebecca Poteat Malinda Proctor Benny Ramsey Amelia Randolph Virginia Reel Cathy Romine Brenda Roper Linda Roper Philip Rum felt Barbara Smith Wayne Smith Stanley Styles Lloyd Tyo Bruce Ward Kay Washburn Bobby Webb Lizabeth Wiese 59 Debra Arrowood Frances Arrowood Keith Arrowood Linda Arrowood Robin Benge Keith Biggerstaff Glenda Bowman Rebecca Buchannan William Burleson Clifford Clark Elizabeth Condrey Malinda Condrey Bufford Conner Joe Crawley Lee Duncan Deborah Gibson Tony Gurley Tommy Hall Franklin Haynes Debbie Helms Angela Hogan Kim Jarrett Dennis Johnson Shannon Kanipe Mart Jane Kidd Ann Mathis Darrell Morgan Larry Morgan David Morris Dean Mostiller Kathy Parker Carol Phillips George Radford Mike Seagle Eddie Shuford Sherry Silvers Joyce Smith Gloria Swann Russell Watkins Glen Yates 60 hircf rac e Rebecca Arrowood Sheree Bailey Timothy Bailey Gail Beam Jerry Berryhill Terry Berryhill Reba Bledsoe Gail Branch Darrell Cable Marsha Davis Robin Davis Paula Dover Gloria Edwards Nancy Edwards Roger Elliot Ricky Gardin Cynthia Geouge Debra Hall Gerald Hilton Karen Hobbs Robin Hogan Wayne Holland Jeffrey Kanipe Darrell Kent Jimmy Lytle Jerry Morgan Tony Morgan Patty Nelson Reita Poole Terry Ramsey Teresa Romine Diane Roper Terri Ross Cathy Smith Helen Smith Cathy Walker Debbie Ward Ramona Ward Kay Womack Shirley Ward 61 Connie Arrowood Jerry Benge Bobby Brookshire Vera Bledsoe Gay Brown Jeffrey Bradley Sarah Causby Debra Cogdill Johnny Conner Debra Crawley Paul Edwards Bobby Fields Johnny Frisbee Ronnie Gibson Raymond Guffey Lynn Helms Randy Gunter Cindy Hensley Louise Hunter Terry Johnson Loretta Jones Ida Kaylor Sammy Kent Carol Lawing Dennis Laws Debbie Martin Debbie Melton Reba McKinney Gary McPeters Ronnie Morgan Sherry Owens Roger Nelson Dennis Poteat Ann Radford David Randolph Sandra Ricketts Angela Ross Wanda Shuford Bryan Smith Linda Smith Freddie Walker Dennise Ward Michael Whitson Laurel Wiese 62 irsi rade Billy Arrowood Jimmy Arrowood Tonia Biggerstaff Rebecca Boone Cynthia Bowman Rocky Branch Gary Buchanan Patricia Burleson Leon Clark Colin Crawley Jimmy Edwards Brian Elliot Rodger Elliot Leonard Frady Roger Gilliam Joseph Gouge Roger Guffey Carol Hall Rachel Haynes David Hensley Billy Hill Keith Jarrett Teresa Lail Linda Ledford Melanie Marlowe Harold Mask Billy McKinney Warren McMahan 63 Jirsi racfe Herbert Morgan Judith Morgan Ricky Morgan Sherlen Morgan Barbara Morris Betty Mosteller Joel Nelson Gerald Noblitt Ronald Norris Debbie Poteat Gina Poteat Sherry Poteat Terry Poteat Mark Rash Ricky Rhom Johnny Roper Mark Ross Grace Smith Julia Styles Raymond Ward Sandra Webb Timothy White Joel Woody 64 Pat Arrowood 3 aroesi esiiuaf aooriies Primary King and Queen Linda Smith daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Smith Sammy Kent ■ son of Mr. and Mrs. William Kent Junior High King and Queen Cecelia Taylor daughter of Mr. and Vlrs. Charles Taylor Jimmy Bowman son of Mr. and Mrs. Bill Bowman Elementary King and Queen Claudette Hollifield daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Claude Hollifield Ronald Guffey son of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Guffey Junior High Division Cecelia Taylor and Linda Simpson High School Division Barbara and Kathy Kaylor Did a song and dance version of " Me and My Shadow " . Primary Division Debra Gibson Recited a narrative entitled " Little Orphan Annie. " These students were chosen on the basis of their scholastic averages to serve as Junior Marshals for Baccalaureate and Commencement exercises. They are as follows: Tommy Perdieu, Co-chief; Carolyn Shell, Marie Reel, Ruby Suttle, Ann Reel, Barbara Parker, Co-chief. ! eia Beta Club members have added much to Glenwood ' s success by sending two Marshals to the Beta Club Conven- tion, presenting a radio program, and sponsoring " Twerp Week”. Sponsor Mrs. Helen Cooley President Barbara Parker Vice-President Tommy Perdieu Secretary Ann Landis Treasurer Dianne Cogdill 73 iucfeni Go unci Mrs. Margaret Norris Mr. Harold Mask Sponsor Sponsor The Student Council is an organization formed of representatives of the student body. They sponsor many student activities throughout the year such as; selling popcorn at the ball games, solving student differences, and selling milk during the break. Zane Jackson President G u£ Larry Franklin Tommy Perdieu Vice-President Secretary Howell McCraw Treasurer Mr. Ted Tipton Mr. Robert Goodson Sponsor Sponsor The Glenwood Key Club is composed of carefully selected boys of good character, leadership potential, and high academic standing. The purpose of the Key Club is to instill in its members civic and school pride. Mrs. Dora Howell, editoral advisor, and Barbara Kaylor and David Brookshire, editors, check a layout before sending it to be published. Mrs. Margaret Norris, production and business advisor, and her typists prepare for publication. Layout editors: Gary Bennett Tim Laughridge Co-editors: Barbara Kaylor David Brookshire Art editors: Gerlinda McCurry Joyce Cable Cartoonist: John Huctins Typists: Penny Benge Laura McIntosh Wanda Lawing Arvle Nations Linda Finley June Gilliam The Spotlight Staff is composed of members of the Journalism class and the Secretarial Practice class. The staff publishes a mimeographed school paper five times a year. Editoral Staff: Barbara Parker, Editor Ann Landis, Junior Editor Tommy Perdieu Barbara Fender Zane Jackson Ruby Suttle Billy Rawing Carolyn Shell Elaine Toney Fred Houck The Members of the staff are chosen by the sponsor and editor from the senior class. They are selected for their scholastic ability, their willingness to work, and their interest in school activities. A junior editor is also select- ed. Advertising staff: Ann Reel, Business Manager Wanda Ledbetter; Marie Reel; Norman Arrov ood. Sponsor: Mrs. George Ann Weaver Business Advisor: Mrs. Margaret Norris Editor: Barbara Parker Business Manager: Ann Reel 77 uiure President Barbara Parker Sponsor Mrs. George Ann Weaver Vice-President Fred Houck Secretary Barbara Kaylor Treasurer Wanda Buchanan The Future Teachers Club is an organization for those students who are interested in becoming teachers. The pur- pose of the club is to provide an opportunity for students to participate in teaching experiences and to assist the faculty in classroom activities. The objectives of the club are to familiarize the members with professional or- ganizations, ethics of the teaching profession, and the different educational fields. 78 The Future Farmers help to beautify the school by maintaining the campus, and constructing and repairing school equipment. Instructed by Mr. Robert Goodson, the boys learn parliamentary procedure which helps them to cooperate with and assist community developing clubs. They have assisted in landscaping the New Fire Hall. The many activities of the club show that the boys are " Learning to do, doing to learn, earning to live, and living to serve.” Mr. Robert Goodson Sponsor Arvle Nations Secretary Steve Foster Sentinel Calvin McKinney President Larry Wilkerson Reporter David Reel Treasurer Deny Randolph Vice-President 79 meric a Of ' uiare me makers oj C i Penny Benge - President, Judy Searcy - Vice-President, Susan Condrey - Secretary, Barbara Fender - Treasurer, Mary Reel - Reporter, Marie Reel - Historian, Sitting: Mrs. Robinson - Sponsor. The Future Homemakers of America is a national organization of students currently enrolled or who have been enrolled in a homemaking course. Future Homemakers club provides opportunities for developing individual and good initiative, in planning and carrying out activities related to the home. Motto: " Toward New Horizons " yi afih Careers Joan Burgett - President, Wanda Ledbetter - Vice-President, Maxine Crawley - Secretary, Dianne Hicks - Treas- urer, Judy Searcy - Reporter. The Glenwood Health Careers Club is composed of 25 girls who are interested in several different phases of health service. They explore opportunities in the fields by visiting health facilities, and through various projects. The club this year has sponsored a First Aid Course, equipped and staffed a First Aid Room and attended both the District and State Health Careers Conventions. 81 ‘Jir, onoaram Monogram Officers Ann Smith Dianne Cogdill President Barbara Kaylor Reporter Secretary- Treasurer Sponsors: Miss Judy Cummings and Mr. Cliff Gibson St ' r s nsem The Girls ' Ensemble is composed of a group of girls who are interested in music. The girls must audition for ad- mittance to the group and must have acceptable academic records. Under the direction of Mrs. Bonita Cuthrell, the Ensemble has presented assembly programs and radio programs and competed in the Harvest Festival. Mrs. Bonita Cuthrell Director Ann Smith President Barbara Kaylor Vice-President Joan Burgett Secretary Lois Morgan Treasurer Brenda Smith Librarian Dianne Hicks Librarian 83 The Library Club is composed of all Glenwood High School students who assist with the work of both high school and elementary Libraries and affords an opportunity to inspire better library service as well as to encourage a love of books and reading. 84 ajeiu CPairof The aim of the Safety Patrol is to have accident-free buses. Under the guidance of Mr. Frank Howell, the patrol members supervise behavior on the school buses, act as flagmen for bus stops and railroad crossings, and assist bus drivers during an emergency. Glenwood School bus drivers and substitutes transport over eight hundred students over five hundred miles each day. C 3us 2 ), T oers Library Club Future Homemakers of America G uS G ciwiiies Student Council Health Careers Club Future Teachers Club Future Farmers of America ty.yji Gheer eacfers The members of the Cheerleading Squad are as follows: Joan Burgett, Linda Patton, Pat Arrowood, Lois Morgan, Pat Price, Diane Hicks, and Janie Queen. Mrs. Bonita Cuthrell Co-Sponsor 88 Miss Judy Cummings Co-Sponsor Physical growth . . . teamwork . . . sportsmanship . . . Dragonettes proud in victory, undaunted in defeat. Basketball . . . our gym . . . our team . . . the shrill sounding whistle of the referee . . . shouts . . . thundering of the basketball across the polished floor . . . and an exciting atmosphere that cannot be denied its fulfillment to victory. The members of the Dragon Squad are as follows: LEFT TO RIGHT - Larry Davis, manager, Johnny Smith, Joe Owens, Harold Lawing, Danny Shirlen, Steve Simmons, Timmy Buchanan, Dennis Poteat, Dean Nanney, Albert Kaylor, Larry Vaughn, Dickey Jarrett, Wayne Condrey, Timmy Laughridge. KNEELING: Jimmy Brewer, co- captain; Coach Cliff Gibson, and Norman Arrowood, co-captain. Norman Arrowood, Co-captain Cliff Gibson, Coach Jimmy Brewer, Co-captain Steve Simmons - Center Norman Arrowood - Guard Jimmy Brewer - Forward Larry Vaughn - Guard o e Dennis Poteat - Forward 91 KNEELING: Elaine McKinney, Wanda Payne, Connie Cable, Carolyn Creason, Ann Smith, Barbara Arrowood, Barbara Kaylor, Brenda Smith, Wanda Silver, Mary Arrowood, Margaret Marlowe, June Gilliam, Dianne Cogdill, Penny McPeters. STANDING: Barbara McKinney, manage r. Miss Cummings, Coach, Bertie Padgett, manager. Barbara Kaylor, co-captain. Miss Cumming, coach, Ann Smith, co-captain. Barbara Kaylor - Forward P Dianne Cogdill - Forward Carolyn Creason - Guard if X The last shipment has gone to press. The work room is deserted now--the job is done. There J crumpled copy sheets, rejected pictures, stubs of pencils and innumerable headaches, that occured here. A struggle against time, convention, and inaccuracy. A struggle which had its be mnin n the fall, crept up through the winter, and suddenly stared us in the face. Pictures had to e ' ' V u had to be written . . . layouts had to be planned And always present in our minds was a date- -March 15 ’ ' ’ fux Senly the day has arrived. The last copy has been typed ... the last pictures have been mailed- -the NUSHKA has gone to press. Now we can clean up. The job is over for another year. ur hinn it We hope that the students here at Glenwood will enjoy this annual as much as we We have tried to show to you a typical school day which is full of work and learning. e s days at Glenwood. " She is the best school in the land, we know, and perhaps that s why we love her so. Barbara Parker BOST BAKERIES INCORPORATED Shelby, North Carolina BOTTLID UNDER AUTHORITY OF THE COCA-COLA COMPANY BY Electricity is the biggest bargain in your budget! While ways to use electricity go up, costs go down! There are now 162 residential uses of elec- tricity to improve your standard of living, and they cost less now to operate. Actually the average cost per unit of residential electricity has gone down more than one third in the past ten years. Check for yourself: Divide your next bill by the number of uses in and around your home. Then you ' ll see why Reddy ' s wage is the biggest bargain in your family budget. Switch to ELECTRICITY for a better life DUKE POWER BILTMORE DAIRY FARMS Quality Milk, Founded 1897 Phone 697-1179 Marion, North Carolina WESTMORELAND HAWKINS Funeral And Ambulance Service Phone 697-1161 Marion, North Carolina Your " Home of Better Values " for Over 34 Years Baby " B " Heiress Also Home of Archdale Manstyle Glen Ayre and Many Other Famous Brands Marion, North Carolina PARKWAY PLAYHOUSE Sponsored by the University of Miami Burnsville, North Carolina ASHEVILLE CONTRACTING COMPANY Compliments Asheville, North Carolina J. R. ALDRIDGE GROCERY SERVICE SAVINGS! Glenwood, North Carolina HALL’S BARBER SHOP For the men who care " Marion, North Carolina Compliments of LOVEN FURNITURE Phone 695-8211 Marion, North Carolina Compliments of McCALL’S FUNERAL HOME TO THE CLASS OF 1966 Oxygen Equipped Ambulance Service Marion, North Carolina Tel. 697-1120 Old Fort, North Carolina Tel. 668-4377 HOLLAND’S INDEPENDENT STORE PROCTOR’S FEED STORE Feeds, Seeds, and Fertilizer Phone 695-3421 Marion, North Carolina Gas and Oil Feed and Flour Marion, North Carolina Route 1 TYO’S RADIO AND T.V. SHOP Repairs on ail models and makes of T. V. ' s and Radio ' s. 19 East Court Street Marion, North Carolina BETTER GROCERIES A. BLANTON GROCERY COMPANY Marion, North Carolina BILL GRIFFITH JEWELERS Keepsake Marion, North Carolina Is your machine old and creaky? Come and see our latest Models W. G. MARLOWE GENERAL STORE MORSE SEWING CENTER Groceries 118 East Court St. Gas and Feed Fertilizer Phone 695-2701 Marion, North Carolina Glenwood, North Carolina DREXEL Marion, North Carolina CAROLINA TIRE COMPANY Phone 679-5351 Marion, North Carolina H. B. CLARK - Distributor SEALTEST DAIRY PRODUCTS Marion, North Carolina OLD FORT FINISHING PLANT Member of United Merchants And Manufacturers Old Fort, North Carolina WEST COURT HARVEST " where Business Is a Pleasure " DRIVE-IN James R. HoUifield - Owner Highway 70 West Phone 695-8231 Marion, North Carolina Marion, North Carolina EAST COURT MOTOR COMPANY Marion, North Carolina GENE SMITH’S BARBER SHOP Marion, North Carolina J. R. HOLLAND’S SERVICE STATION Gas and Oil Feeds and Groceries Glenwood, North Carolina AAARION MANUFACTURING Marion, North Carolina LIHLE MISS SUNBEAM Compiiments of Waldensian Bakeries Valdese, North Carolina R. L. JAMES AND SON Fine Hosiery Marion, North Carolina KASH AND KARRY SUPER MARKET Shop and Save Marion, North Carolina BRADLEY A Quality Product Since 1945 Phone 695-8284 Marion, North Carolina MODE’S H. S. TIRE COMPANY SERVICE STATION Groceries - Fresh Meats CSEIBERLIN TIRES Gas - Oil Glenwood, North Carolina Marion, North Carolina CAROLINA FURNITURE AND APPLIANCE RICE WHITE FURNITURE COMPANY 695-2821 srrofiE YOU BUY 1 131 South Main St. Marion, North Carolina Marion, North Carolina CRENSHAW MOBILE HOMES WILLIS USED CARS Dial 697-5952 Calvin Willis, Owner Tel. Res. 724-4615 yjlflr Highway R. A. Rickett, Salesman Tel. Res, 724-4691 Marion, North Carolina Marion, North Carolina BROWN BROTHERS, INC. Compliments of Sales Service LAUGHRIDGE’S FURNITURE Massey- Ferguson and New Holland Farm Machinery Marion, North Carolina Marion, North Carolina FULLER’S JEWELRY Columbia Diamonds Marion, North Carolina TAINTER’S DRUGS Owners JIM SEGARS HARRY PATTON Phone 697-1133 Marion, North Carolina EHA PAPER BOX CO. Quality Boxes Phone 695-8261 Marion, North Carolina ROSELAND FLORIST Marion, North Carolina Marion, North Carolina Marion, North Carolina ALLMAN-HOGAN FLORIST MARION LUNCHEONETTE Fine Foods Marion, North Carolina Phone 695-4291 Marion, North Carolina HANEY’S CURB MARKET SERVICE PHARMACY Builders of Better Health Phone 697-9311 S, Main St. Marion, North Carolina Marion, North Carolina Compliments of LAKE CITY BARBER SHOP Marion, North Carolina SHUFORD FURNITURE COMPANY Marion, North Carolina BROOKS’ AUTO AND HOME SUPPLY Marion, North Carolina COME ALIVE! YOU ' RE IN THE PEPSI GENERATION! DIVISION OF THE PEPSI-COLA BOTTLING CO. Hickory, North Carolina CALLAHAN-KOON, INC, Please Her. Buy the Best. Phone 631-2366 Spindale, North Carolina Serviced by THOMAS HOWARD COMPANY Shelby, North Carolina MARION BUICK COMPANY Phone 679-1149 25 North Garden Street Marion, North Carolina ROBINSON’S CUT-RATE FURNITURE STORE " New And Used Furniture And Antiques " A. M. Evans - Owners- A. L. Caraway Dial 695-3044 121 S. Main Street Marion, North Carolina CECIL SMITH’S BARBER SHOP " Where Service Is a Pleasure " Marion, North Carolina LIHLE BUCK RESTAURANT Owner - Dean Hensley - Manager Marion, North Carolina 29 South Main Street Dial 697-3781 QUALITY MERCHANDISE Botany ' 500 ' Line Griffon Dobbs Hats Marion, North Carolina NORTH STATE GAS SERVICE Your locally owned LP-Gas Service Dial CH5-4296 P. O. Box 350 Forest City, N. C. YOUNG’S SHOE STORE Good Shoes Marion, North Carolina GREESON’S AUTO SUPPLY HOMER MORGAN’S SERVICE STATION Phone 738-4134 Glenwood, North Carolina WE WISH TO THANK THE FOLLOWING; BERRYHILL SERVICE STATION GREEN AND ROBINSON JIM AND IAN LANEY ' S FLORIST MARY-LYN SHOP MODERN CLEANERS OASIS NEWS STAND ROSES We the Business Manager and the Advertising Staff, wish to express our sincere thanks to the advertisers who helped make this annual, the 1966 NUSHKA, possible. I should like to express my personal appreciation to the many teachers who have co-operated with us. To my staff I should like to give special recognition for their time and devotion they have given to help make this a yearbook of which we may be proud. Ann Reel Business Manager NC REF NC REF 371. S GLE 196 Glenwood high school 19- AIJG 1 0 2009 37810434765730 County Public Librar SO Ccijft eet 28752 McDOWEU county library McDowell County Public Li 90 West Court Street Marion, NC 28752
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