Millingport High School - Acorns Yearbook (Albemarle, NC)

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ummD UY m sgwgb. class OF MllUUGPORT VUGVI sSCVlOOU i t I MASCOT MASCOT LIF.a. C. J. ROCrERS SPONSOR DAN SnIVE DELORES MORTON I v.- msfoinr DURING THE SUMMER OF 1944, TWENTY HAPPY STUDENTS RUSHED INTO THEIR NINTH C3RADE CLASS ROOM, EAGER TO LEARN ABOUT HIGH SCHOOL. MOST OF US BEGAN TO THINK OF OUR FUTURE AND PLAN WHAT WE WERE GOING TO DO ONCE OUR FOUR YEARS WERE COMPLETED. DUR- ING THIS YEAR WE LOST TWO STUDENTS. WE TOOK PART IN ALL THE HIGH SCHOOL WORK AND ACTIVITIES. IN OUR SOPHOMORE YEAR WE LOST THREE MORE STUDENTS. WE ORGANIZED THE BETA CLUB THAT YEAR AND DID MUCH WORK TO GET SET UP. WE ALSO DID MUCH GLEE CLUB WORK. IN THE GLEE CLUB WORK WE WENT TO DIFFERENT CHURCHES AND OTHER PLACES TO SING. WE AL- SO DID A FEW RADIO BROADCASTS. AT LAST WE ENTERED OUR JUNIOR YEAR AND ELECTED OUR CLASS OFFICERS. THEY WERE: PRESIDENT—MINNIE ALMOND; VICE PRESIDENT— LOIS LOMAX; SEGHETARY- TREASURER— MARTHA LIPPARD. ONE OF OUR MOST EXCITING EVENTS OF THAT YEAR WAS GIVING THE SENIORS A BANiiUET. FIRST, WE ORDERED OUR FAVORS IN BLUE AND GOLD COLORS; THEN, WE PLANNED OUR DECORATIONS, WHICH CONSISTED OF BLUE AND GOLD CANDLES AND SOME FLOWERS. WE ALSO HAD SOME RED ROSES ESPECIALLY FOR THE SENIORS BECAUSE IT WAS THEIR CLASS FLOWER. AT LAST THE NIGHT CAIvCE AND WE HAD A WONDERFUL MEAL WITH A DANCE FOLLOWING. ONE OF THE NEXT EXCITING EVENTS WAS THE ORDERING AND RECEIVING OF OUR CLASS RINGS. WE RECEIVED OUR RINGS ON DEC- EMBER 5 WHICH WILL ALWAYS REMAIN ONE OF OUR MOST OUTSTANDING SCHOOL DAYS. DURING THE YEAR WE LOST EIGHT STUDENTS. THE JUNIORS, WITH THE SENIORS, PR SENTED A PLAY ENTITLED, UNCLE CY HITS A NEW HI. WE CONTINUED OUR WORK IN THE BETA CLUB MlTWS LEg CLUB. WE BEGAN OUR SENIOR YEAR WITH FIVE STUDENTS, BUT LATER FRANK STOUGH JOINED US. OUR CLASS OFFICERS WERE AS FOLLOWS: PRESIDENT— KENDALL MULLI8; SECRETARY- TREASURER — MARTHA LIPPARD; AND HISTORIAN— MINNIE AUIOND. MRS. C.J.ROGERS WAS OUR SENIOR SPONSOR AND SHE HELPED US A GREAT DEAL IN ORDERING OUR INVIT- ATION CARDS, AND OUR CAPS AND GOWNS. WE USED BLUE CAPS AND GOWNS. WE SELECTED A3 OUR CLASS COLORS BLUE AND WHITE AND THE ORCHID AS OUR FLOWER. " TODAY WE FOLLOW; TOMORROW WE LEAD, " WAS SELECTED AS OUR MOTTO. DURING THE YEAR WE TRIED TO DO THINGS WHICH WE THOUGHT WOULD HELP THE SCHOOL AND LEAVE THE CLASS OF ' 48 WELL RESCEMBERED. SOME OF THE THINGS WE DID WERE AS FOLLOWS: WORKING IN THE OFFICE, KEEPING THE LIBRARY, HELPING IN THE STORE, AND HELPING OTHERS IN ANY WAY POSSIBLE. WE SPENT MUCH TIME AND WORK ON THE ANNUAL, BUT WE ENJOYED IT ffHORDlTOHLI AND HOPE IT WILL BE CARRIED OUT EVERY YEAR IN THE FUTURE. WE HAD MUCH FUN WHILE GOING TO BALL GAMES AND CLASS PARTIES TO- GETHER, BUT THE GREATEST THRILL WAS THE JUNIOR-SENIOR BANSiUET AND IT WILL ALWAYS BE PLEASANTLY REMEMBERED BY EVERYONE. THEN CAME THE BACCALUUREATE SERMON AND GRADUATION. NOW OUR HlCffl SCHOOL DAYS ARE OVER, BUT NOT FORGOTTEN, AND THIS MZAMS WE ARE TO GO ON OUR DIFFERENT WAYS IN LIFE AND TRY TO FILL OUR DREAMS AND PLANS, WHATEVER THEY MIGHT BE. WE THE SENIORS OF 1948 WISH TO EXPRESS OUR DEEPEST GRATITUDE TO OUR PARENTS, TEACHERS, AND PRINCIPALS FOR OUR HIGH SCHOOL EDUCATION. THE LAST WILL AND TESTA?. NT OF THE SENIOR CLASS STATE OF NORTH CAROLINA, STANLY COUNTY, MILLINGPORT SCHOOL. WE THE SENIOR CLASS OF 1948, BEING IN GOOD SPIRITS AND OF SOUND, SANE, SOBER AND REFLECTIVE MINDS, AND REALIZING THAT OUR SO- JOURN AT MILLINGPORT IS DRAWING TO A CLOSE, AND KNOWING THAT WE MUST SOON DEPART FROM THIS LIFE OF LECTURES, EXAJ. ' S, FLUNKS, TRIALS, AND TRIBULATIONS, AND THAT WE MUST GO OUT INTO A NEW LIFE TO TRIUMPH OR FALL, DO HEREBY DECLARE, PUBLISH AND MAKE Kl. ' OWN TO ALL CONCERNED THAT THIS IS OUR LAST WILL AND TESTAMENT. SECTION I ARTICLE I- TO T-Z FACULTY WE DO WILL AND BE ' UEATH OUR APPRECIATION ' FOR THEIR MANY ACTS OF KINDNESS AND EFFORTS SHOWN US WHILE UNDER THEIR CARE AND SUPERVISION. SECTION II ARTICLE I- TO THE JUNIOR CLASS WE DO GUF. PLANS FOR A " BETTER MILLINGPORT HIGH. " ARTICLE II- TO THE SOPHMORE CLASS WE DO WILL AND BEi UEATH OUR ACHIEVEMENTS. SECTION III i ioTS y r ' m „ (r«?a. r= r ARTICLE I- I, KENDALL OILLIS, DO WILL AND BE ' -JU ATH MY PHYSICS BOOK TO FRANK E ' IRY AND HOPE HE PUTS IT TO AS GOOD USE AS IT HAS BEEN BEFORE. ARTICLE II- I, JIM HUNEYCUTT, DO WILL AND BEQUEATH W£ ABILITY TO PLAY BASKETBALL TO BOYD ROGERS. ARTICLE III- I, MARTHA LIPPARD , DO WILL AND BE ' UEATH f.!Y ABILITY TO THINK TO WARD HATLEY. ARTICLE IV- I, MINNIE ALMOND, DO ' VILL AND BEQUEATH MY ABILITY TO STAY AWAKE IN HISTORY CLASS TO DON MULLIS. ARTICLE V- I, PINKY STOUGH, DO WILL I.TY ATHLETIC FEET TO C. L. MORTON AND HOP ' C HE WANT LOSE TOO MUCH SLEEP SCRATCHING THEM. ARTICLE VI- I, VERGIE A1J.! ND,D0 WILL AND BEQUEATH MY MIRROR TO FRANCES FISHER AND HOPE IT WILL NOT GET BROKER AS ALL OTHERS SHE OWNED HAVE BEEN. ARTICLE VII- I, KENDALL WJLLIS, DO WILL MY COMMON SENSE TO JANELLE HATLEY. ARTICLE VIII- WE, PINKY STOUGH AND MARTHA LIPPARD, DO WILL OUR FALSE TEETH TO JONSIE LOWDER AND BOYD ROGERS. ARTICLE IX- I, MINNIE ALMOND, DO WILL MY ABILITY TO MAKE " A " S TO FRANCES EAGLE. ARTICLE X- I, KENDALL MULLIS, DO WILL MY HEIGHT TO BOYD ROGERS SO JONSIE CAN STAND STRAIGHT AND NOT BE TALLER THAU BOYD. •ARTICLE XI- I, MINNIE ALMOND, DO WILL MY GIGGLE TO BOYD ROGERS. ARTICLE XII- I, JIM HUNEYCUTT, DO WILL ATTRACTIVENESS TO GIRLS TO WARD HATLEY. ARTICLE XIII- I, VERGIE ALMOND, DO WILL MY ABILITY TO GET ALONG WITH BOYS TO FRANCES FISHER. ARTICLE XIV- I, PINKY STOUGH, DO WILL AND BEQUEATH MY ABILITY TO DRAW TO FRANK EURY. IN WITNESS THEREOF, WE THE CLASS OF 1948 OF SAID INSTIT- UTION, DO HEREUNTO SET OUR HAND AND SEAL. 1948. SIGNED, SEALED, PUBLISHED, AND DECLARED BY THE CLASS OF WITNESSED by: ■■■■ " mni WA Ai iiO Wx r i:AlL ' ' iMA ' I:M•Ai 1 ' : . m ,v. ' i a i i ' M :i ' i ;i ' iit r t iVi .it iVi r r iVi in A ri I ' i ' i iv t u i iV t . i i . i -u- I Senior Superlatives MOST POPULAR GIRL MAETHA LIPPARD MOST POPULAR BOY PINKY 3T0UGH BEST ALL-ROUND GIRL MINNIE ALMOND BEST ALL-ROUND BOY KENDALL MULLIS MOST ATTRACTIVE MARTHA LIPPARD HANDSOMEST ■ JIM HUNEYCUTT MOST LIKEABLE GIRL VERGIE ALMOND MOST LIKEABLE BOY KENDALL MULLIS MOST LIKELY TO SUCCEED GIRL MARTHA LIPPARD MOST LIKELY TO SUCCEED BOY PINKY STOUGH MOST STUDIOUS MINNIE ALMOND BIGGEST FLIRT VERGIE ALMOND CUTEST JIM HUNEYCUTT MOST ATHLETIC GIRL • MARTHA LIPPARD CW«e -f w I MOST ATHLETIC BOY JIM HUNEYCUTT MOST AMBITIOUS GIRL ■ MINNIE ALMOND MOST AMBITIOUS BOY KENDALL MULLIS WITTIEST — • PINKY STOUGH THE BIGGEST GIGGLERS MARTHA, MINN IE, AND VERGIE MOST ORIGINAL KENDALL MULLIS | 9|«««si: NOISIEST GIRL VERGIE ALMOND NOISIEST BOY PINKY STOUGH MOST CHEERFUL GIRL - VERGIE ALMOND MOST CHEERFUL BOY t JIM HTJNi YCUTT .m-»n Mo si Swcc e« d 1 i The crystal ball tells me that Minnie Almond wiH be a prosperous housewife in her seven room home. Luck to you Minnie. Koioe he ' s good to you because I know the Seniors wouldn ' t want you to suffer like you did in hish s chool , The crystal ball tells me too that Vergie Almond will be a very successful nurse in the Presbyterian Hospital and probably the head of the hos ' oital. All the Seniors are glad you goi: " ahead " cause you surely didn ' t have one in high school. S Vf «) • i- The crystal ball tells me that Jim Huneycutt will be foreman of a foundry located at Plyler,N.C. By achieving this job, he showed me he had it i n iLi)S won- derful muscles and shoulders- -but what about that head ' .? His muscles may be made out of iron but his head contains steel-wool. .... . The crystal ball tells mo that Martha Lippard will be the secretary for a medica.l ward in Albemarle HosDi- tal. She will be very successful and happy. The hospital was very lucky to obtain her for she brought nine cases for the maternity ward .,,..,..,...,5.,. p g 1 i i I s The crystal ball tells me that Kendall Mullis will be ovmer of Sunny Brook farm and operator of the largest dairy in the state. Luck Kendalll " Just hope you don ' t get to many good kicks and none of ' era go dry; . i . ; . , , The crystal leaving for South construct several jungles of Brazil will suffer groat the encouragement aim and achieves like rusted steel ball tells me that Pinky S tough is America v here he has a contract to large super-highways through the It tells mo that he and his crow losses and almost give up but through of his devoted wife, accomplishes his much acclaim. That red hair may look wool but its " temper. ;d " 1 ' it MMijMj -Cj LA S S Our class like 9, schooner Loadeci. ancl ready for an excursion, ■ ' ■ill be leavinG; one norning To ba- ' jtle the wa e s of trials emerging. We lihe a schooner heaving with our course uncharted, Don ' t know v here we ' ll stop, Or v h. ' }ther we ' ].], get started, iht wo like a schoorer Ha ' " o all oui s ' -Ixg abreast, . acmg the mo?: ' niji.g sun W.u.j.lf; the v,aves ar o at rest, Ovr e " lt, s 1 h ' u a schooner y.Q a ' ' )G-!j t r-v-adv to sail. V hy,ve a t -c- iioncnts To decio ' r j.a t riinute details. Oi.:r class like a schooner rv?.s a .yo ' .ing and green crev ' , But thei ' O ' S not a one of us Who ' ll fail hccause he ' s untrue. Our class like a schooner Has keen taught to handle the v heel, Tko points on the oo.ipass of life, And how to sail on an even keel- Our class like a schooner Is going to feel the storms. at v e chink ' " ic ' 11 get through, Though our sails are tattered and torn. Our clays like a schooner V ill he able to return, w- th our sails repaired. Our faces hr ovn from sunhurni- Our class like a scnooner V ' i 1 1 o u 1 1 i n 1 0 hi e 1 a s t of t h e h ar bo r s , To he paid off by C-od For the .justice of our labors. Seniors, lets keep on our course. Let ' s sail our ship straight and trae, So when the perils of our journeys c me We can sail our bark safely through. Pinky S tough • I " ' . ' 7 M ' ! ,? " " " T WILLIAM BARBSE jr,OD ' ' AN G-LEEN HAiiKEY ' ' DINK " " CnTON 4- LLOYD LO.VjJER SHOE J3THER ALf.lOND FELIX FURR L0UI3E HUilLCC .ER liATLSY RID2NH0UR aEOR(lE TKOI ' AS SFIRD BOVCTS nATL " T;Y LULLI: POPLIN Jw NORf AN LOADER 7L0YS FURR 1 J . B . .-■ ' URR RACHEL KURLOCKSR HUNEYCMTT :-,Y.nT ' £E RIDENhOUR PHYLLIS 3T0UCJH mlt J ::h..ivx DitYE JHWSL HEHRIN CLAUDE HATLEY J AKELLE PARKER mi RAEFORD KORTON BETTY TEAL 1 GOOD TEAM, LOSING ONLY 4 GA!,-TES AND WINNING 12. AT THE END OF THE SEASON WE LOST 3 PLAYERS FROM THE FIRST TEAM. AFTER THE SEASON WE TOOK A TRIP TO ASHYILLE AND HAD A GOOD TIME. IN 1947 ABOUT 20 GIRl,S REPORTED FOR BASKETBALL WITH ONLY 16 E LAKING THE S(4UAD. WITH A NEW COACH WE ARE EXPECTING TO COKE OUT WITH A GOOD TEAK A. ' D WIN MOST OF THE GAMES. WE WILL LOSE ONLY 2 OP THE PLAYERS AT THE END OF THIS YEAR. GIRLS WE THEY NORWOOD THERE 43 41 OAKBOKO THERE 36 41 RIDGE CHE ST HERE 48 28 STANDFISLD THERE 33 36 RICHFIELD HERE 26 29 BAD IN THERE 38 47 RICHFIELD THERE 29 33 STANDFIELD HERE 20 25 ENDY THERE 33 31 BAD IN HERE 30 46 NEW LONDON HERE 29 24 NORWOOD HERE 40 24 ENDY HERE 32 39 NEW LONDON THERE 51 36 RIDGEGREST HERE 33 18 OAKBORO HERE 29 22 JONSIE LOWDEH FORWARD MARTHA LIPPAfiD FORWARD JANNIE GOODMAN FORWARD DOROTHY SHOE ■ ■ FORWARD DINK Iv ' ORTON • FORWARD PEGGY HURLOGKER FORWARD RUBY GOODIvIAN FORWARD BETTY TEAL, FORWARD lilYRTLE RIDENHOUR — GUARD FRANCES FISHER GUARD VERA HATLEY GUAkD BETTY SUE BILES ■ • GUARD JANSLLE HATLEY GUARD CLEO RIDENHOUR GUARD VERGIE ALt,TOND ■ GUARD LOUISE FURR • GUARD MINNIE ALMOND SCORE KEEPER OUR GIRLS ENTE.-:ED THE COUIJTY TOURNAMENT AND WERE SS:-:DED FOURTH PLACE. WE DEFEATED OAKBORO 40-12 IN OUR FIRST GAME. VvE MANAGED TO DEFEAT NEW LONDON 29-28 IN THE SEMI-FINAL ROUNDS. V E J ET BADIN IN THE FINALS AND WERE DEFEiiTSD FOR Tl-iE CHAMPIONSHIP 38-26. AT THE END OF THE GA " E WE WERE PRESENTED THE RUNNER-UP TROPHY BY SUPT. JAMES P. SIFFORD. THE TEAM WAS REORGANIZED IN 1946 AND WE CAME OUT WITH A PAIR TEAM. THE BOYS TEAM STARTED OFF WITH APPROXIMATELY 15 BOYi WE LOST ONLY 4 GAMES OUT OF 16; THOSE TO TWO SCHOOLS, RICHFIELD Al D ENDY. AFTER THE SEASON WAS OVER WE SPENT A WEEK-END IN ASHVILLE HAVING A VERY NICE TIME. THIS YEAR WE STARTED BACK WITH APPROXIMATELY THE SA ME NUMBER, WITH 12 MAKING THE TEAM. LOSING ONLY 2 PLAYERS AND OUR COACH, WE CAME BACK WITH A FAIR TEAfJI. WITH A NEW COACH WE HAVE BEEN GETTING ALONG FINE SO FAR, WINNING MOST OF OUR GAMES. BOYS WE THEY NORWOOD THERE 18 24 OAKBORO THERE 43 31 RIDGECREST HERE 30 13 STANDFIELD THERE 27 10 RICHFIELD HEKE 10 27 BAD IN THERE 44 31 RICHFIELD THERE 38 STANDFIELD HERE 35 25 ENDY THERE 21 28 BAD IN HERE 30 19 NEW LONDON HERE 29 26 NORWOOD HERE 43 44 ENDY HERE 34 33 NEW LONDON THERE 37 27 RIDGECREST HERE 42 20 OAKBORO HERE 41 32 C.L.MORTON CENTER KENDALL MULLIS CENTER PETE HARKEY FORWARD BOYD ROGERS ' ■ ' FORWARD JIM HUNEYCUTT GUARD PINKY STOUGHi GUARD WARD HATLEY GUARD DON ITULLIS — FORWARD CLAUDE HATLEY FORWARD JOHNNY DRYE GUARD FELIX FURR FORWARD OUR BOYS ENTERED THE COUNTY TOURNAMENT AND WERE SEEDED FOURTH PLACE. WE DEFEATED STANFIELD 32-12 IN OUR FIRST GAME. WE WERE ELIMINATED BY NORWOOD 31-10 IN THE SEMI-FINAL GAME ENDING THE SEASON. liARTHA LIPPARD PINKY STOU H I .B. 3HIVE SDITOR x Uiii4E33 MANAGER • ADVISOR TYPIST ART EDITOR NDALL MULLId VERGIS AUfOND MINNIE ALMOND Ji:.i KUN3YCUTT BOYS CLASS WILL AND H13T:)KIAN G-IFiS 0RT3 EDITOR PROPHECY SPORTS EDITOR A I P t vie.-.- ■. ?ID " ' NT JC oL ' : LO DEft S -r VM.: ' MINNIE ALTEON • HI; T:i.lAN :RANCES E ' G-LE liEPOriTEH :.!; JITHA LIPPA -D 3? ' .N30H J, J.: CG•EnS B LATK IN OCTJL ' -i Of NiIv:. ' :SLN HUNDKED ' ORT jf-FI vE THE !.!ILL1 .G 0:iT r ' l ' H SJHOOL V.AS Bi ESSED WITH TKS APJ Ei KANGE OF DANNELLY, THE N.AT- lONAi. LET. CLU R " :pivE:5ENTA?IVE . WHO WAS ON A TOUR 0? THE COUl Tnx TO : -..i ' .vIZE BETA CLUb:5. ALL THE PHOSPE TIVE " E::B-:hS, v:-:0 IV.IST ' . ' -KE A: a .■ -:-.AV-: 0? B AU:: rOS :EaS SIT ' ;K ;iTTflLXTi " 3 as LEAJJ- ' HiHlF AiiD GOOJ ATTITUDE. E " ?0 :E K the F ' . ' .. 03E OF A BETA CLUB. IN A FEW DATS, THE Pi:.S AND . " .Ey.TIFI :. T • .5 .Ei E REC :i ,SD. LATE:-. THAT VPim, THE 3-ROUP 1AT}-SHED TO- . ' rETKEH TO TAKE THE BETA CLUB PLEJG-E. THEN, THE 0?.- ' IOSr..SJ WE.-E EL " CTED EOK THE YEAi . NEAH THE END OP SCHO ' L. PLAES ' .7 SRC CO ' TLETSD FOR THE C3R0UP ' S TRIP TO Ron A3:- ' " ISLAED. VKILE THERE THE GROUP ENJOYED THE PR S " :KTAEI0:- 0 T E rAGEANT " THE LOST O LONY. ' ON THE ROUTE HO " E . " ' E VISI ' D DUKE UNIV " HSITY AND CHa EL HILL. AT THE LEGiNKIKG OF SGhO L I ' " EDI ATE PLANS .VSi E ! ' ADE FOR A -•LLOV.:.EN CARNIVAL, TO RAISE FUNDS FOR AN EDU?. TIONAL Tixli TO VvASHIN VTCK , D. ' I. LATER, THE CLUB HAD A BINOO PARTY AND WITH THESE TWO ENTERTAINEENTS , TrE ClVB V ' .aS FORTUNATE I.% RAISING :. OUG-H KONKY FOR THE TRIP. IN I ' A .CH THE GRO.;p ATTENDED " THE ANNUAL K.C. BETA CONVENTION " IN V,I,.:5T:N-SA1.-,!:. IN MAi. THE CLU. HELJ ITS LA T " EETING TO ELECT NE . OFFUEnS A. D OOrPLE THE FINAL FLANS TO 00 TO V ASHIN JTON , D.C. ON " AY 1247, OHE G. .OUP LEFT FOR WASHINGTON, D. C. ' " ' HERE V,E STAYED FOR S " VE:-.AL days. VrnlLE THEnE WE SAW MANY PLACES OF IKTEr.EST . SUCH AS, THE CAPITOL, THE V.HITE HO ' EOE, V;aSHINGT0NS !,;0N " ' TEI.T , TOE TINT, T.!T. VE .NON , ARLINGTON CEMETAj Y, THE MUSEUM, S ' ' lTHS NIAN INSTITUTE, AND THi: 200. ON TrE ROUTE HONE, WE Wi.NT TOHO ' -Gn THE " LK: AY GAVEKNS ' ' j.N VIRGINIA. i.::E.. y ;H()- L :,v.TED AGAIN, TliE CLUB BEGAN MAKING FLANS FOR A HALLOA EEK CaRNIV L to RAI 2 " O..EY F " R SCHOOL E IJIl MONT. AONE A.-.TiCLES -BO- ' GHT WERE: RECORD AND TnANSCRL TION Pi.AYE:i, S i;T OF ENGYCLOrEDIA, AND 0; A UE FH: ' JE- TCn. V E ELECTED AS OUR Si- ' iNSOR H.A.COX, SUCCEEDING HUi WAS " ISS NAP.G.AR.ET RIDENHOUR. AND SU ' ' GE ' - DING HSR WAS W.S. G.J.KOGERS. ii PRESIDENT VICE PRESIDENT TREASURER SECRETARY !ARTHA LIPPARD - RUBY GOODMAN ' JHi ' .ISTINE HALL BETTY TEAL MOTTO: " TO MKS THE BEST BETTER. PLEDGE: I PLEDGE: MY HEAD TO CLEARER THINKING; , - IVi HE itT TO GREATER LOYALTY; MY VJmS TO LAF.GER SERVICE; AND MY HEALTH TO BETTrJt LIVING FOR Lfi CLUB, !.!Y COmTJNITY, AND m COUNTRY. THE 4-H CLUB, HAVING BEEN IN OPERATION FOR !.CANY YEARS IN OTJR SCHOOL. IS hLAYING A VITAL PART IK THE LIVES OF MANY ST- UDENTS BY DEVELOPING ALL-R-UND GOOD CITIZENS FOR THE FUTURE. THE ACTIVITIES A. ' .E NOT LIMITED TO THE CLUB PROJECTS, BUT ARE EX- FAr. ' DED TO INCLUDE ALL PHASES OF RURAL LIFE. THE CLUB ATTEMPTS TO DEVELOP ■iUAi.ITIES OF GOOD LFJ DERSHIP, TO EyPAND INTE?£3T IN BETTER LIVING, AND TO INC- ' EASE THE KKOV;LEDGE AND UNDERSTANDING OF PriOFESSIONAL OrPORTUNITIES FOR YOUTH IN THEIR CHOICE OF AH OCCUPATION IN LIFE. WE PEEL THAT THE 4-H CLUB HAS ADDED I.aiCH TO OUR SCHOOL LIFE AND WE ARE CONFIDENT THAT IT WILL CONTINUE TO GROW AND BENEFIT FUTURg. STUDENTS. ' it 4 DEPARTMENT STORE UOMC CC BCTTCD VALUES = 1 i i WEST-END BEAUTY SHOPPE ThebesLin town •for 106 ConcoKdRooid ijour bedtth| irirdbnenls Phone 555 i COMPUMENTS O ALBEMARLE MAXWELL BROTH[RS COLLINS FURimURL firettpiie HOME AUTO SUPPLY CO W. A. MATLtY W CD.WATLEY- OwneKs or,c AUTO SUPPLIES m£ ?£CAPmG, FIRESTONE METHOD OOe WEST Mm PHOA E 5V6 it If I - e -1 1 P ■I LOWDEI OEXTER COMMNY Mha03 WEST NVMN PR[CC PDINIINQ COMPANY.INC. 5IANLY ms inJ PRESS Phones 3blav d l»0 135 SOuTWFlgST SIRttT i: 1: r I i : 1: 1 C- DfriLJim i€:zJ CO 1 mi — — STANLY XV serwiceX J 2 9-W t| •heeds •oeeds GAR AO E •farm N acln nevij • •E e c-Iy c( . f s)p ( x cQ. 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DEALERS IN HEAVY W SHELF HAROWAKE FERTILIZER SEEDS BUILDING SUPPLIES 7£L€PH0m6 ' ll ' 3Q ' Zhh ' 1122 ALBENNhRLE, N O i ALBEMARLE ' 5 LEADING SPORTING GOODS STORE DISTRIBUTORS SPORTS EQUIPMENT 1 i I i I I i STANLY HARDWARE CO. yiBEMAME . N.C. youf hteufqueuiio ' sfoi ' •SANDWICHES • SOFT DRINKS • MILKSHAKES • SUNDAES WE EAT OUR FOOD, WHY SHOULDN ' T YOU? NOFaW SECOND STREET STILL OIL Ca •mroROfL WHOLESALE RETAIL PAST KAAIN 5TREET ?LBEN .P. LE , N. C. LOWDER-HAiW RE INCORPORATED -- o BUILDING KAATERAlLSo oHAPvDWAREo o PAINTS o I •SPORTS- EQU PMENT» 325 COAAPtmENTS i I G. C. MORTON 5S i i i, i i compliments oF MLLINGPORT SERVICC STMION AMERICAN GAS AMOCO GAS OIL • TIRES • TUBES • BATTERIES COBLE ICE CREANV iOFT DRINKS PBOAJe 24M Joseph GROCERIES Lippard SILVtR CREST SAA OmCH BREfiiD-mA Sim CREAM CRUST i. BUDDai mm 31 i: • AV) OLD f lRNA VOITH a P. J HuNeycutt Co. UHfMitwe deajevs REFRlCitRATORS, coMp menis ALBEMARLf C0AL5 1CE COMPANY — • i DAV-SON CORK BACK BULLETIN BOARDS The above Illustration shows the 24 " i 36 " size DAV-SON Cork Back Bulletin Board with lngU let In glau door, lock cmd key. See price list. PRICE LIST DAV-SON Cork Back Bulletin Boards are con- structed with light walnut finish frames. Post- ing surface consists of Vi " cork mounted on Vi " 3-ply veneer. These Bulletins are made to last, as only the finest materials ore used. Furnlihsd in the ioUowlnq sizes and ityliai. Otdei Style and Size. STYLE: PLAIN— NO GLASS 12 " X 18 " S 4.1S 18 " I 24 " 5.7S 24 " X 36 " 9.20 36 " X 48 " 14.85 36 " I 60 " 17.50 STYLE: SINGLE SET IN GLASS DOOR 18 " X 24 " $14.50 24 " X 30 " 17.50 24 " X 36 " 20.00 STYLE: TWO SET IN GLASS DOORS 30 " I 48 " $30.00 30 " X 60 " 32.50 36 " I 48 " 31.25 36 " X 60 " 36.25 All prices F.O.B. Chicago — Special Sizes and Finishes to order. For Use In: FACTORIES SCHOOLS OFFICES STORES CHURCHES CLUBS PUBLIC BUILDINGS HOSPITALS SALES ROOMS The above illustration shows the 24 " x 36 " size DAV-SON Cork Back Bulletin Board, plain, vrtthout glass door. See price list The above lllustralion shows the 30 " x 48 " size DAV-SON Cork Back Bulletin Board with two set in glass doors, lock and key. See price list DISTRIBUTORS: School Gift Service 4925 GLENDALE KANSAS CITY 4, MISSOURI 1 W E H AV r ft CH J-NGEflBlt LET ' TE-R OR C0RKV.B,UL[-E1IN EOR , EVERy NEED- CO NSULI OS 1 if


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