Mooresville High School - Pitchfork Yearbook (Mooresville, NC)
- Class of 1948
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and Express tu him nur deepest qraiiiude fur his
frielldfship and ulupamiifln Ihruuqh the yaarss Wu
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Mr. H. R. Morgan, Superintendent
Mr. W. J. Scott, Principal
Miss Merle Butler, Mathematics,
Mr. R. E.. Caldwell, Science
Mr. C. N. Clark, Physical
Mrs. Eula Mae Culp, 71h Crarle
Miss ,lane Davidson, 7th Grade
Mrs. William Shaw Meekins,
Miss Cora Freeze, 7th Crafle
Miss Katherine Kennerly,
Mr. Robert O. Klepfer, lianrl,
Miss lissie Matheny, liilzlc
Miss Elizabeth Mayhew. English.
Mrs. Pearl Crigg McLean,
Miss Mary Jean McNecly, Social
Miss Bonita Rominger. 7th Crarle
Miss Clara Rutledge, English,
Miss Jean Scarborough, Physical
Mr. William Svarhorougli,
Mrs. Sara Stewart Shaw, 8th Grade
Miss Mary Shoal, Mathematics
Miss Ruth Sigman, French,
Miss Lorraine Simpson, 8th Grade
Mr. Gay Coyle Stewart, Social
Science, Science, Mathematics
Miss Emma Lewis Whitaker,
Librarian, Library Science
Mr. Frank Wilkinson, 8th Crafie
Miss liueile Young, 8th Grade
Mrs. Joe D. Thompson,
Mr. Bob McLaughlin, Maintenance
White and Wine
NANCY JO SIIERRILI.
CHARLES UPRIGIIT , I . President
PAUL ROGERS . . . V ice-President
GEORGE PRESSLY . . Secretary
VIRGINIA MONEY I . Treasurer
While we live, let us live.
Basketball, l, 2, 3, 4: Softball, 1, 2:
J. A. C., 3, 4: J. A. C., Vice-President.
-lg Be-tu Club, 3, 4: Beta Club Secretary,
3: Monogram Club, 2. 3. -l: Sampler
Stall, lg Junior Marshal, 35 Home Evo-
noinius, l, 33 Student Council. lg High
School Register, 4.
Brawley, 1, 23 Baseball, 3, 4, 53 Mono-
gram Club, 2, 4, 5: Student Council,
44 Dramatics Club. l: Clee Club. 4.
Band, 1, 2, 3, lg Clee Club, 2, Beta
Club, 3, 43 lie-ta Club President, 43
Tri-Hi-Y Club. 3, -tg Tri-Hi-Y Club
President, 43 Dramatics Club, 4, Class
l-'uotball Manager, 2, 3, 4, Glee Club, lg
Student Council, l, 2, 3, 45 Student
Couneil President. 4: Class President, 3:
Xlonngranl Club, 3, 4: Cheerleader, 3.
4: Baseball, 1, 4, Football, 1, -lg Central
'l'itnes Stall, 2g Class Lawyer, 4, High
St-hool Register, 4.
Football, 2, 3, 4-, 5: Monogram Club, 2,
3, 4, 5, Class President, 3, -lg Student
Council Secretary, lg Glee Club, 3,
Central Times Stall, l, 2.
Band, 1, Football Manager, 3, 4: Basket-
ball Managvr, 33 Monogram Club, 4,
Draniatics Clnh. 4: Student Council, 4.
PH YLLIS BLACKVVELDER
Band, 1, 2, 3, -lg Band Reporter, 3, 4g
Tri-Hi-Y Club, 3, 45 Beta Club, 3, 43
Beta Club Treasurer, 3, Central Times
Stall. 2: Chief Marshal, 35 Dramatics
Club. 4, Student Council Secretary, 3,
Snlnpler Stall. 4.
Home Economics, 1, 2, 33 J. A. C.,
3. 4: J. A. C., Secretary, 4.
Beta Club, 311. A. C., 3, 4g J. A. C.
President, 3, Home Economics, l, 3,
Landis, 2, 31 Dramatics Club, 43 Central
Times Staff, 4.
Band, 1, 2, 3, 43 Glee Club, 1, 2, 3, 4:
Basketball Manager, 2.
Arts and Crafts Club, 33 4-H Club, 4:
Student Council, 4.
Dramatics Club, 4.
N .AN CHESTER
Softball, 1, J. A. C., 3, 45 Bible Club,
ll: Home Economics, l, 2.
Football, 2, 3, 4, 5, Basketball Manager,
23 Monogram Club, 2, 3, 4, 5: Baseball,
2. 33 Glee Club, 2, 4.
l. A. C., 3, 43 Bible Club Secretary and
Treasurer, -1: Home Economics, 1, 2.
Football, l, 2, 3, 43 Munogranl Club. 2.
3, 45 Cvnlral Times Stall, 3g Basketball.
Band, 1, 2, 3, 43 Beta Club, 3, 4, Junior
Marshal, 33 Dralnatius Club, 43 Class
Historian. -lg High Svluml Register, 4.
New Hanover, 1, 23 Band, 3, 45 Band
Dramativs Club, 4: Central Time-s Staff,
S. O. F., 3, 4.
J ACR CURTIS
Football, 1, 2, 3, 43 Baseball, 1, 2, 3, 4
Central Times Staff, 3, Monogram Club
2, 3, 4.
J. B. DAVIS
Dramatics Club, 4-g Student Council, 45
Central Times Staff, 43 Sampler Stall, 43
High School Register, 4.
MARTHA GREEN HILL
Home Economics, 1, 2: J. A. C., 3, 45
J. A. C. Treasurer, 4.
Football, 1. 2, 3, 45 Baseball, lg Class
President, lg Monogram Club, 1, 2, 3, 45
Basketball Manager, 1.
F. H. A. CIIIII, 2, 3.
Tri-Hi-Y Club, 3, 45 Beta Club, 3, 4g
Hand, 1, 2, 3, 4, Band Librarian, 2, 3,
.IuIIiOr Marshal, 33 Sampler Stall, -lg Stu-
dent Council Treasurer, 3: Student
Council, 2, 3: Draxnatics Club, I: Htune
High Point, 1, Football, 2, 3, fl, 53 Base-
ball, 2, 3, 53 Basketball, 2, 3, 4, 5,
l1lOnOgraIn Club, 2, 3, 1, 53 Hi-Y Club.
2, Student CIInIIril, 2.
Band, 1, 2, 35 Band Secretary, 2, 3:
Student Council, 1, 2, 3, 4: Student
Cuuncil Treasurer, 23 ,Central Tirnes
Staff, 2, Beta Club, 3, -1, Tri-Hi-Y Club,
3, 4, Junior Marshal, 3: Chief Cheer-
leader, -lg High Svhoul Register.
Band, 1, 2, 3, Clem- Club, 3, 4: Tri-Hi-Y
Club, 33 Dranuutics Club, -lg Central
Times Stall, 2.
'rfa.HI-Y cub, 3, II, I. A. C., 4.
llnmz- Ec'tItIuIIIit'e1, l, 2, .l. A. C., 3, 4.
l11ARY ELIZABETH LYNCH
Gastonia, 1, 2, 3, Bible Club, 4: ,l. A
Basketball, 23 Hi-Y Club, 2, Football, 2
Glee Club, 2.
Hi-Y Club, 2: Sampler Stall, 4: Central
Times Stall, 4: Post Graduate.
Bantl, l, 2, 3, 43 Clee Club, 43 S. 0. F.,
3, 45 Beta Club, 3, -lg Class Vice-Presil
dent, 3, Junior Marshal, 2: High Srlmnl
ANNIE RUTH ME'rz
Dramatics Club, lg Glee Club, 2, 3. 45
Tri-Hi-Y Club, 3: Student Council, 2,
Home Evunoniivs. lg Student Monitnr, lg
Alternate Marshal, 3.
Clee Club, lg Dramatics ClIIb, lg Home
Econuxuics, 1: Softball, lg Central Times
Stall, 23 Tri-Hi-Y Club. 33 J. A. C., 3.
4g J. A. C. Secretary, 3.
Davidson, 1, 2: Basketball, 3, 41 Beta
Club, 3, -ig F. H. A. Club, 33 Dramatics
Club Yiue-Presitlerit, -l: Class lreasurer,
4, Central Times Stall, 4, Alternate
Marshal, 3, High School Register, 4.
Beta Club. 3, 4: S. 0. F., 3, 43 C-lee
Club, 4: Junior Marshal, 3, Student
Council. lg Class Treasurer, 2g Football.
2, S. 0. F. President, 4.
cnet- Club, 2, 3, 41 Band, I, 2, 3, 4,
Stutlent Council, 3: Beta Club, 3. 4,
Junior Marshal, 3: Home Ectmtultics, 1.
llrnlltativs Club, -lg Hume Econoutics, 1,
Band, 1, 2, 3, -ig Bautl Treasurer, 23 Clef-
Clnb, 1, 2, 3, 4: Glc-e Club Secretary, 32
Glen Club Presitle-IIt, 4, Class Historian.
i: Home Economics. 1, 2.
A JOHN MoRRow
Sampler Staff, -lg Clee Club, 4.
Dramatics Club, 43 Home Economivs,
Beta Club, 3, 4, Dramatics Club 'Treas-
urer, 4g Bible Club, 3, Central Times
Staff, 43 Class Lawyer, 43 Alternate
Marshal, 35 Sampler Staff, 4.
s. O. F., 3, 4.
Football, l, 2, 3, 43 Basketball, 1, 2, 3,
4, Student Council, 1, Monogram Club,
l, 2, 3, 4: Class Vice-President, 43 Dra-
matics Club, 4: Editor-in-Chief of Cenv
tral Times, 4.
llrawley, 1, J. A. C., 3, 4, 4-H Club, 4
Basketball, 4, Hnme Economics, 2, 3
Central Times Stull, 4.
Softball, 1, 2: J. A. C., 3, 43 J. A. C.
Treasurer, 33 J. A. C. President, 4,
Home Er-Onuniivs, 1, 23 Personality Pa
rumle-, -lg Basketball Manager, 4.
Hillslmrougli High Sehool, 2, 3, Dra-
matirs Club. 'lg Basketball, -lg Class
Football, 1, 2, 3, 4-g Baseball, 1, 2, 3, 43
Dramatics Club, 4: Monogram Club, 1,
2, 3, 45 Class Treasurer, 3, Personality
L Y, ,,
Band, l, 2, 3, 4: S. 0. F. Club, 3, 4.
Football, 3, 4: Dramatic-s Club, 4: Class
S. O. F. Club, 3, 4.
Lexington, 1, 2: Beta Club, 3, 4: Bible
Secretary, 3: Dramalics Club, 4:
J. A. C., 3: Junior Marshal, 3: Sampler
Editor. 4: Central Times Staff, 4: Class
Poet, 4: High School Register, 4.
Club, 3, 4, 4-H Club, 3, 43 4-H
Secretary and Treasurer, 3: 4-H
Vice-President, 4: Sampler Stafll, 4:
C., 3: Alternate Marshal, 3.
Football, l, 2, 3, 4: Baseball, l, 2, 3, 4:
Student Council, 3, 4: Student Council
Vice-President, 4: Dramatics Club Presi-
rlent, 4: Central Times Stall 4: Mono-
gram Club, 2, 3, 4: Glee Club, 2: Class
President, 3: Class Vice-President, l.
AILEEN SMITHDEAL '
Student Council, lg J. A. C., 3, 4:
Bible Club, 4: Home Economics, 1, 2.
Clee Club, 2, 3: J. A. C., 3, 4: Home
Eronmnit-s, 1, 2, 3.
Band, 1, 2, 3, 4: Band President, 2:
Beta Club, 3, 4: Student Council, 2:
Clee Club, 4: Glee Club Reporter, 45
Class President, 43 Junior Marshal, 3.
BROHN WARE DONALD WILKINSON
Football, 1, 2, 3, 4-3 Basketball, l, 2, 3, 4-H Club, 3, 4.
43 Baseball, 1, 2, 3, 43 Monogram Club,
43 Clec Club, 1, 2.
.l. A. C., 3, 43 Home Economics, 2, 3:
gram Club, 2, 3, 41 Class Secretary, 3
Alma Mater, we must depart,
This world is wide-there is much to do,
Yet we must stop and hesitate
Before we go, and say farewell to you.
The pleasures each of us has known
Will vanish soon-forever to be past.
Our friends, our classmates, teachers too,
E'en these must view the field, so vast
Pater Noster, we need Thy love
To lead us on, to help us follow through.
Give us Thy faith-a light for future years,
That our successful days may not be few.
Take courage all ye Seniors, lift your voices all
To Onelwho brought us safely thus this far,
To each concerned advisor who helped us reach our
May Faith and Knowledge be a guiding star.
Basketball, 2, 3, 4-3 Football, 2, 3, 4
Glee Club, 2, 3. Baseball. 4, Student Council, 3g Mun
N MEMUHI M
Some people possess qualities which make them
loved by all, a sunny disposition, a radiant smile,
a willingness to cooperate with fellow-students.
These and many other attributes were possessed by
Joe Neel. Whenever Joe was present, one could
sense his penetrating personality. Perhaps this is
why his passing left an emptiness in the hearts of
his classmates. Loving memories of J oe will always
remain with his many friends. '
le Jar W!!
We, the seniors of 194-8, Central High
School, Mooresville, N. C., being of
sound mind and memory, and consider-
ing the few short days we have left at
Mooresville High School, do herefore
make, ordain, publish, and declare this
to be our Last Will and Testament. That
is to say, after we have completed the
required number of units necessary to
graduate we bequeath:
First: To the Junior Class, we leave
our cherished position as dignified Sen-
iors and all the honors which accompany
Second: To the Sophomore and Fresh-
man Classes, we leave our pride and
honor in this our Alma Mater.
Third: To our faculty and parents we
leave an undying gratitude.
Fourth: To Roe we leave our thanks
for a clean and warm building.
Fifth: To Mrs. Thompson and the
cooks of the cafeteria, we leave our
gratitude for serving us good lneals
each day, and assisting whenever needed.
Sixth: To Mr. Bob McLaughlin we ex-
tend our deepest appreciation for keep-
ing our school building in good condi-
Seventh: To the Class of 749, we leave
these our individual bequests:
I, Blanche Nanney leave my flirtatious
ways to Margaret Kennette.
We, Annie Lowrance, Alice McNeely,
and Annie Ruth Metz, leave our ability
to keep secrets to Martha Brown, Peggy
Brawley and Jean Carrigan.
I, Brohn Ware, leave my love for Al
Jolson to Anne Lowe.
I, Bill Harwell, will just leave, but
donit worry about me, Nell is waiting.
We, Shirley Miller, and Virginia
Money, leave our incurable giggles to
Ruby Newton, and Carolyn Bowen.
I, Thomas Poston, leave my stature
to Wayne Rummage.
We, Davies McLelland, and George
McKee leave our ability as excellent
dancers to Nancy Denny and Peggy
I, Katina Patterson, leave my love
for work to Betty Brown.,
We Lavon Boyd, and Charlie Atwell
leave . . . together.
I, Doris Howard, leave my blonde
hair to Joyce Sherrill, Peggy Swing,
and Loyce Sherrill.
I, Nellie Branch, leave my height to
Natalyn Archer: she needs it.
I, Pat Millsaps, leave my musical
ability to Marcella Freeze.
I, Grace Alexander, leave my love of
literature to Vivian Nantz, Carolyn
Cashion, and Sarah Ballard.
We. Polly Alberty, and Doris Plum-
mer, leave our friendship to .loan Day,
and Jettie Mayhew.
I, Delcie Stanford, leave my ability to
write to Betty Seawell, and Thelma
I, Harold Beaver, leave my fascination
for the weaker sex to Fred Brown, and
I. Max Brannon, leave my gaity to
Ralph Robbins and Hiram Brown.
We, Donald Wilkinson, and Harold
Uliphant, leave our positions as bus
drivers to anyone willing to get out of
bed so early.
I, Howard Aldmon, leave my popu-
larity with the opposite sex to Donald
I, Doris Stutts, leave my shyness to
Christine Hethcox, and Marie Newton.
I, Harold King, leave my industri-
ousness to Thurston Templeton, and
We, Marcelle Bolick, and Martha
Greenhill, leave our love for skating to
Nell Wilson, Phyllis Towell, and Doro-
I, Nan Chester, leave my sweet dis-
position to Kat Fairbanks, and Lucille
I, Lucy Combs, leave my cute remarks
to June Sink, and June Lipscomb.
I, Jimmy Ferrell, leave my interest in
sports to Bobby Brown.
I, Mary Miller, leave my position at
Raylass' to Patsy Honeycutt, and Be-
I, Bobby Garrison, leave my dark
hair to Ernest Ball, and Bay Kluttz.
I, Alex Sherrill, leave the secret of my
curly hair, Wildroot Cream Oil, to Has-
kell Freeze, and Theron Melchor.
I, Cyrus Smith, leave my manly build
to Bobby Gabriel.
I, Charles Upright, leave my dislike
for sassy people to Norma Carpenter,
and Eleanor Delk.
We, Herbert Roberts, and Nolan
Young, leave our art of gossip to Patty
Belk, and Fred Clark.
We, Earl Cline, and Cecil Cook, leave
our art of wrapping girls around our
lingers to Robert Nelson.
We. Elizabeth Hobbs. and Betty New-
ton, leave our dislike for boys to Mar-
garet Robinson, Mabel Ingram, and Mar-
We, Jerry Lytle. and Don Sherrill.
leave our weight to O'Neil Howie, and
Bobby Cashion, they need it.
I, William Brown, leave my ability to
play the guitar to Bobby Varner.
I, Boy Church, leave my glamorous
eyes to Melvin Lancaster, and Geraldine
Waugh. Use them well.
We, Agnes Carrigan. and Murlene
Loftin, leave our love of fun to Virginia
Wilkinson, and Bill Waugh.
I, Eugene Christie, leave my reserved
manner to Patty Morrow, Patsy Line-
berger, and Lovine Dishman.
We, Homer Mayhew, and Max May-
hew, leave our book entitled MTHE ABT
OF WOOING AND WINNING" to
Jimmy Powers and Fred Rinehardt.
We, Phyllis Blackwelder, and Joann
Johnston, leave our work as members
of the annual staff to those who come
I, Bob Davidson, leave my Senior
dignity to Babs Johnson.
We, Aileen Smithdeal, and Elizabeth
Lynch. leave our neatness to Peggy
Mabe, and Jean Poston.
I, Martha Young, leave my desire to
become a secretary to Clara Troutman.
l. George Pressly, leave my art of
arguing to prove.my point to Wayne
I, Paul Rogers, leave my unquench-
able thirst for Pepsi-Colas to anyone
who likes them.
I, Fred Smith, leave my photographic
technique to Bill McConnell.
I, John Morrow, leave my wit to Billy
Joe Major, and Phillip Johnston.
I. Donald Baker, leave my love for the
classics to J. D. McCune, and Jack Mat-
I. J. B. Davis left . . . "Iam in the
I, Dwain Everhardt, leave my love
for the band to anyone willing to get
up at 7:30 in the morning for drill
l. Jack Curtis, leave Eleanor to the
school, and please leave her alone.
We, Phi Alexander, and Charlie
Kluttz, leave our personalities to anyone
who may desire a better one.
l, Pressley Brawley, leave my bright
red shirt to Clyde Newton.
We, Jeanette Starnes, and Jean Oswalt,
leave our fascinating smiles to Betty
We, Joe Harris, and Bill Rummage,
leave our pestering ways to Norris Belk,
and Billy Lambert.
Being of sound i?l mind and body
we hereby appoint Mr. Scott as executor
of this our Last Will And Testament.
Signed: The Class of 1948
Per: Katina Patterson and
When we magicians started thinking
about the future of our classmates, cu-
riosity led us to hop upon our magic
carpets and ride to the land of the future.
Many strange events startled us as we
floated through the clouds. Through the
mist we were able to see the happenings
that will befall our classmates.
Paul Rogers, the Pepsi-Cola man, has
taken time off to' stroll with his most
recent offspring, "Pug,,, who has in-
herited his father,s nose.
Max and Homer Mayhew, Jr., have
made their fortunes draping pants.
Howard Aldmon has just lost his entire
fortune from too much support of the
Nurses Blanche Nanney and Elizabeth
Hobbs, assisting one of the Southfs best
surgeons, Dr. Donald Baker, are hold-
ing patient Cecil Cook's hand. Cecil had
an automobile accident which occurred
while touring the South with Aileen
Smithdeal, his business partner.
There goes the M. H. S. Band with
Annie Ruth Metz and Doris Howard still
following. Annie Ruth is working at the
depot while Doris is a dietitian at the
Herbert Roberts. former director of
the "Sweet Nothingsa' Orchestra, has be-
come director of the Mt. Ulla Symphony.
With him are Max Brannon on the clari-
net and Alex '6Barney Butterfieldi' Sher-
rill, trumpet player. Alex is dealing in
Oh, therefs Phyllis Blackwelder enter-
ing her famous cat, Cedrec, in a cat show
in New York. For the catfs amusement
she is raising lavender mice.
Jeanette Starnes and Lucy Combs,
noted scientists, have invented a new
type of hair tonic, guaranteed to make
hair either grow or come out.
Thomas Poston, overseer at Cascade
has been transferred to a higher position
at Burlington, now he will be able to buy
his wife a new fur coat.
Mary Miller, bubble dancer, is suffer-
ing from exposure and may not be able
to dance for some time.
Radio Station M. H. S. is proudly
presenting the MThin Man", starring Cy-
rus Smith as Nick Charles, and Polly
Alberty as Nora.
John Morrow has decided not to re-
sign as mayor of Mooresville. His wife,
the former Miss ,lean Oswalt, threatened
to join the circus if he did.
Look! There's Jimmy Ferrell, ace re-
porter of the New York Times, dictating
a letter to his little red-headed secretary,
who is none other than Joann Johnston.
Good looking Annie Lowrance is
stepping from ,Ioe's Burlesque show to
the leading part in 'fWifey,s Other john"
in Hollywood. Remaining at ,loe's are
Alice McNeely and Marcelle Bolick.
Donald Wilkinson, successful owner
of a plantation in Georgia, has won
national honors with his hogs and
Charlie Atwell and Lavon Boyd are
still dating each other because neither
one has the courage to pop the question.
'Bill Stern, world famous sports an-
nouncer has been replaced by Brohn
Ware, who acquired his fame while an-
nouncing a game between the Harvard
and Yale teams, coached by Phi Alex-
ander and Boy Church, respectively.
Wie find that Charlie Kluttz, former
East Monbo baseball star, has finally se-
cured a position as painter. His first con-
tract is to paint dairymaid, Nan Chesteifs
Delcie Stanford and Doris Stutts have
acquired a fortune from their recent
book. "Man Snatchersw. The authors
are giving advice free of charge.
There is Bob Davidson the guitar
player, who roams the streets searching
for better employment.
At Smith's Studio in New York, own-
ed by Fred Smith, we find Agnes Carri-
gan posing for her portrait as she is
entering the Miss America contest.
Engineering partners Robert Garrison,
Harold King, and William Brown who
constructed the "Weak-in-Places
Bridgew, are being sued by Charles Up-
right who was fishing under the bridge
when it collapsed.
Doris Plummer and Murlccn Loftin,
astrologers, have found a new planet.
They are planning a visit in a rocket
Billy Rummage and his orchestra are
recording for Columbia, 'fShallow
Purplen, and nYou Hit Me Too Hard,
Babyw. Vocalizing is Katina Patterson,
the modern ,Io Stafford.
Mlle. Jerry Lytle, world famous
clothes designer has just returned from
Paris, bring fashions for the movie stars
Martha Young and Virginia Money.
Continued on Page 56
Y. I yi
Do you remember how thrilling it
was to think of being a Freshman in
high school? Four short years ago a
group of wide-eyed boys and girls en-
tered upon a new phase of education. We
were anxious to start with the subjects
we had chosen, some of which were very
new to us. At our first class meeting Bill
Harwell was chosen President. This year
skating parties were all the rage, so
practically everyone learned to skate-
or at least tried. As the year was draw-
ing to a close, the Freshman class en-
joyed a swimming party at Harris' Lake.
During the year death claimed one of
our classmates, Joe Neel.
Having enjoyed our vacations, we re-
turned in September filled with exciting
stories of our experiences throughout
the summer. We were greeted by many
new members of the faculty: Mr. lVlor-
gan, Superintendent of the Schools, Mr.
Scott, Principal, and among the others,
Mr. Klepfer, the new band director. Her-
bert Roberts was elected to the honor-
able position of Sophomore President.
The highlight of the year was Stunt Nite
originated by the Junior Class. The
"Ballet Skitn presented by our own
Sophomore boys won first prize. Several
concerts were presented by the Band
and Glee Club, climaxed by District and
State Contests in which both received
Before we realized the fact, another
year rolled around bringing with it all
the pride and responsibility of being
Juniors. For our officers we elected:
Howard Aldmon, President, Davies Mc-
Lelland, Vice-President, Nolan Young,
Secretary, and Herbert Roberts, Treas-
urer. Soon Stunt Nite came again. We
presented the skit '4Vaughn Coodmanas
Orchestraw, but since we were sponsor-
ing Stunt Nite and thus were not eligible
for first prize, received the special com-
rnendation of the judges. Alex Sherrill
received first prize for his superb pres-
entation of the a'Sugar Bluesv. The pro-
ceeds from Stunt Nite were to be used
for the Junior-Senior Banquet. Soon all
the members of our class were busily
engaged in making plans for this coming
event. This year we used the Pan-Ameri-
can motif. The gym was arranged night-
club style. After the sumptuous meal,
dancing to the sweet strains of Claude
Little and his Orchestra was enjoyed by
Near the end of the year Junior Mar-
shals were selected to help with the
graduation exercises of our parting Sen-
ior friends. At Commencement our class
received the Rotary Cup for being the
'4Best-All-Round Classi' of the year.
When September came again we were
back at Central Hi, but this time as dig-
nified Seniors. Expectations were great
for the coming year. To lead our class
through this year we chose: Charles Up-
right, President, Paul Rogers, Vice-
President: George Pressley, Secretary,
and Virginia Money, Treasurer. Delcie
Stanford was elected Editor-in-Chief of
the Sampler, and Paul Rogers, Editor
of the Central Times. Howard Aldmon
became President of the Student Council.
J. B. Davis left our class to become a
member of the Air Forces.
Our time was filled with the duties
and various activities of Senior life-
exams, dances, athletics, the Senior Play,
concerts, the Junior-Senior Banquet, and
last, but not least by any means, Com-
Now we are completing this part of
our education, and anxiously awaiting
the future with great anticipation.
elwolftagfy pam e
BETTY lBETTl NEWTON--Likes: ice cream. Dislikes: boys. Hobby: playing the
piano. Ambition: getting out of school.
GEORGE lSHARKj MCKEE-Likes: ice cream. Dislikes: exams. Hobby: collecting
coins. Ambition: to be an engineer.
LAVON fl,AVINSKYil B0YDALikes: friendly people. Dislikes: studying. Hobby:
swimming. Ambition: to be a housewife.
DORIS fSNO0KSl PLUMMERfLikes: loafing. Dislikes: two-timing. Hobby: danc-
ing. Ambition: to travel.
HAROLD fBUDl OLIPHANT-Likes: pineapple. Dislikes: griping women. Hobby:
skating. Ambition: to be a boss.
POLLY fPUNKl ALBERTY-Likes: boys. Dislikes: snobs. Hobby: dancing. Am-
bition: to have a good time.
CHARLIE f'CHoo-CHooI KLUTTZfLikes: women. Dislikes: muddy football
games. Hobby: flirting. Ambition: to get out of high school.
JEAN YPINKYJD OsWALTfLikes: chocolate candy. Dislikes: unfriendly people.
Hobby: skating. Ambition: to be a nurse.
JERRY YAJERREP LYTLE-Likes: pretty clothes. Dislikes: unfriendly people. Hobby:
dress designing. Ambition: to be happy.
CHARLES 4MAYIIEwb UPRIGIIT--Likes: car full of girls. Dislikes: sassy people.
Hobby: designing airplanes. Ambition: to be an engineer.
WILLIAM fBILLl BROWNfLikes: hamburgers. Dislikes: school. Hobby: playing
the guitar. Ambition: to get out of school.
PAUL lDEVIL! ROC!-iRSvl.ikes: football. Dislikes: silly girls. Hobby: playing
football. Ambition: to get rich.
PHI fDocb ALEXANDI-ZR--Likes: girls. Dislikes: work. Hobby: football. Ambition:
VIRGINIA lGENl MONEY-Likes: cherry pie. Dislikes: nosey people. Hobby: col-
lecting shoes. Ambition: to be a secretary.
HAROLD fHURRYi HI-ZAVER-Likes: chicken. Dislikes: studying. Hobby: skating.
Ambition: to graduate.
HERBERT lHERBIEl ROBERTS--Likes: football. Dislikes: nosey girls. Hobby:
being tardy. Ambition: to get to school on time.
MARTHA lMOTTl YOUNG-Likes: nut sundaes. Dislikes: lazy people. Hobby:
art. Ambition: to be a nurse.
DONALD CWILKIEXI WILK1NsONfLikes: candy. Dislikes: teachers. Hobby: hunt-
ing. Ambition: anything but work.
CHARLES KWIIITIEP ATWELL--Likes: bananas. Dislikes: work. Hobby: baseball.
Ambition: to get rich.
WILLIANI lBREEZYl lVlCLELLAND-Likes: anything. Dislikes: playing in the band.
Hobby: photography. Ambition: to get out of school.
CYRUS l'SPI-JEDYP SMITH-Likes: fishing. Dislikes: studying. Hobby: models of
airplanes. Ambition: to enjoy life.
JOHN 4CURLYi MORROW-Likes: hunting. Dislikes: gossip. Hobby: eat, sleep,
and go. Alnbition: to accomplish anything but work.
THOMAS YTOMMYJ POsTONfLikes: chicken. Dislikes: turnips. Hobby: collect-
ing pennants. Ambition: to be a comedian.
PRESSLEY 1'COoTERI BRAWLEY-Likes: everybody. Dislikes: politics. Hobby: sav-
ing match covers. Ambition: to be anything but president.
PAT fPAT,l MILLSAPS-Likes: loafing. Dislikes: two-faced people. Hobby: music.
BILL lGUsl HARWELL-Likes: football. Dislikes: girls. Hobby: studying. Am-
bition: to be a doctor.
DONALD fPROFI-ISSORI BAKER-Likes: Classical l11llSlC. Dislikes: conceited girls.
Hobby: collecting postage stamps. Ambition: to be a doctor.
EARL lCHICKENl CLINE-Likes: banana pudding. Dislikes: teachers. Hobby:
hunting. Ambition: to get my ring back.
BLANCHE fNANNEYl NANNEYA-Likes: milk. Dislikes: carrots and celery. Hobby:
singing. Ambition: to sing with a band. Cvnvir-ved on Page 55
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11. Laziwl . , . . , Jt'I'I'5 Lytle. tim-il Cook 15. Most l,l0Il1'1'il1'1I .. . .Xliw NIcNeoly. ,Hex Sherrill
12. M04 Nliuiwal ,.,, Pal Blillsapa Uuain Ewrharnli 16. Lailyis Man , ., . Paul Rogerf
Nlanf Lafh Xnniv Lonranw-
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llilly .lov Major
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Ben Millsaps , . , President
Dan Haselden . . Vice-President
Lewis Mack . . . Secretary
Frank Parker . A Treasurer
First Row: Jimmy Moore, Joe Griflith, Alice McNeely, Helen Carrigan, Doris Liner, Joyce Stewart,
Jimmy Winecoii, Max Overcash, Benny Wingate, Friedas Frye, Hazel Willis, Doris Shaw, Acie
Tate, Louise Jones, Joe Lowrance 0 Second Row: Joyce Staley, Frances Crouch, Larry Rhye,
Helen LaFoy, Ramona Phillips, Martha Brotherton, Peggy King, Lewis Mack, Lela Dore, Mildred
Hobbs, Lillian Miller, Mary Ellen Patterson, Peggy Brown 0 Third Row: Jimmy Readling,
Henry Estes, Henry Follette, Richard Young, Kenneth Connor, Betty Nantz, Melvin Lackey, John
Rogers, Don Harmon, Jackie Harwell, Paul Baker, Muriel Bowles 0 Absent when picture was
made: Bill Owens.
First Row: Doris Henson, Billie Faye, Owen, Virginia Oliphant, Muriel Stanford, Margaret Dancy,
John Lewis, Guy Wilhelm, Lavada Sherrill, Patsy Perry, Betty Lee, Peggy Goodnight, Lenora
Morrow O Second Row: Ruth Brooks, Patricia Ferguson, Kathryn Kipka, Carolyn McLaurin
Ruby Robinson, Joan Plott, Anna Lou Mabe, Matoka Blackwelder, Noreen Helms, Celeste Freeze,
Virginia Alexander 0 Third Row: Jean Setzer, Fred Dedmond, Joe Cagle, Guy Bowles, Willis
Rhodes, Wade Wilson, Lewis Rice, Douglas Christie, Donald Gibson, Nancy Ruth Jones 0 Fourth
Row: Ben Millsaps, Bobby Alexander, Donald Cranford, Dan Haselden, Jimmy Davis, Jimmy
Stewart, Donald Summers, Billy Miller 0 Absent when picture was made: Betty Kyles.
First Row: Frances Brown, Helen Chester, Helen Morris, Betty Lou Freeman, Jo Rita Davis, Julia
Melchor, Doris Alexander, Geraldine Nantz, Lenore McNeely, Betty Ann Jarvis, Jane Voils, Sarah
Miller 0 Second Row: John Savage, Fred Garrison, Wanda Fiudy, Perry Grifhn, Jean Lawler,
Carolyn Reese, Wilma Hill, Blanche Pless, Joretta Lavan, Lindsay Boyd, Bill Douglas 0 Third
Row: Melvin Karriker, Bobby Crabb, Arthur Lynn Smith, W. D. Blackwelder, Raymond Pedraja,
Gene McKenzie, John Roberts, Jimmy Kimmons, Bennett Stewart, Bill Malcolm 0 Fourth Row:
Fred Liner, Jimmy Staley, Johnny Shumaker, Wayne Hedrick, Hodge Baker O Absent when
picture was made: Frank Parker.
Wrath gina e
Wayne Thompson . ..,. President
Dottie Robinson . . Secretary and Treasurer
Bill Brown . . Vice-President
First Row: Mr. Caldwell. Tommy Towell. John Smith, Ernest Small. Donald Dingler, ,loe Whit-
man, Billy Ray Fish. ,loe Max Reid. Harold Darnell. Fred Humphries. Johnny Sherrill I Second
Row: Connie LaFoy, Peggy Morris. ,lo Ann Hill. Helen McNeely, Mimi Brown, Marie Tate, Audrey
Ballard, Carolyn Phillips, Glenda Helms, Ann Brooks, Martha Davis, Marilyn Germaine. Joe Ann
Belk 0 Third Row: Frances Winsell, Alma Bryant, Carmen Timms, Clark Murff, Darrell
Wilson, Carol Rogers, ,lack Archer. Vaughn Howard. Bobby Lytle. Margaret Harrison, Evelyn
Brackett ' Absent when picture was made: Pressley Bost, Betty Cook.
First Row: Miss Deaton. Bill Vanderlord, Ramona Deal, Nellie Bailey, Addie Lowe, Aurelia
McGraw, ,loan Talbert, Claude Rogers, Betty Miller, Mack Matheson, Pat Rhodes, ,loan Sinclair,
Mary Alice Snow, Pressly Barnett O Second Row: Nancy Newton, Katherine Bailey, Ruth
Lynch, Lynda Blackwelder, ,loan Kerr, Clara Lou Jacobs, Lester Brotherton, George Brawley,
Donald Howie, Mary Whitlowe, Bonita Calloway, Patsy Thompson 0 Third Row: .lerry
Munday, Bill Cox. Richard Wright, ,lanice Young, Kenneth Proctor, Alan Boyd, Douglas Lloyd,
Billie Frances Harwell, Bobby Freeze, Steve Neville, Ralph Brown 0 Absent when picture
was made: Leona Dingler.
First Row: Elizabeth Hoke, Johnny Mf:Neely. Dottie Robinson. George Dingler, Mildred Davis,
Bobby Humphrey, Louise Smith, Richard Morrow, Sara Frances Copelan, William Miller, Phyllis
Sides, Buddy Hendon, Joyce Caldwell 0 Second Row: Lois Nantz, Betty Lou Clarey, Ann
Groom, Rose Follette, Mavrine McCraw, Margie Wilson, Elaine Howell, Barbara Linker, Connie
Whitlowe, Ruby King, Margaret Archer, Paul Rummage 0 Third Row: Ray Bracket, Horace
Brooks. Gene Duckworth, Frances Kendrick, Doris Benson, Rachel Brown, Albert Boyd, Richard
Barker, Don Benson, Tommy Harmon, Bobby Turner O Absent when picture was made: Bill
First Row: Mr. Stewart, Ruth Lowe. Dorothy Burke, Betty Gail Jones, Rebecca McLain, ,lohnsie
Radford, Iris Carnes, Peggy Robinson, Betty Dingler, .lack Overcash, Maurice Blackwelder
0 Second Row: Jerolene Hager, Rachel Murdock, Bill Brown, Pressly Harwell, Wayne Thomp-
son, Don Gabriel, Bobby Setzer, Patty Wilhelm, Ophelia Ball, Earl Kipka 0 Third Row: Kay
Bowles, Jerry Swing, Dempsey Raby, Robert Beam, Pratt Brawley, Boyce Hudspeth, Bill Smith,
Eugene Mayhew, Faye Walker 0 Absent when picture was made: ,lane Hill, Betty Morris,
Betty Brooks, Constance Hill. ,
iight Qu Q
First Row: Mrs. Shaw, Donald Hicks, Carolyn Westmoreland, Richard Gunter, Peggy Towell,
Jerry Pruitt, Wanda Belk, Bernice Small, Joyce Howard, Lois Jones, Donald Erwin, Nancy Christen-
bury, Bobby Brown, Joan Cornelius, Willie Pierce 0 Second Row: Eugene Harris, Christine
Staley, Barbara Smithdeal, Jimmy Lloyd, Conrad Greenhill, Howard Marlowe, Juanita Settlemyer,
Julian Bowles, Joyce Nantz, Glenda Thomas, Joyce Moore, Arthur King 0 Third Row: Bobby
Newton, Floyd Carver, Tommy Overcash, Doris Beam, Christine Pennington, Owen Lawter, Glenn
Lackey, Joe Rogers, Lewis Dancy I Absent when picture was made: Robin Rimmer, Thelma
First Row: Grady Alexander, Phyllis Jane Spencer, Ann McConnell, Kenneth Wingate, Cora Lee
Nanney, Naomi Tate, Maxine Cranford, Carol Johnson, Elizabeth Phillips, Nellie Malcolm, Marvin
Whitlow, Elizabeth Brawley O Second Row: Miss Simpson, Barbara Webb, Frankie Caldwell,
Sylvia Sherrill, Victor Johnston, Helen Robertson, Edwin Laws, Tommy Lewis, Henry Germaine,
Abbott Martin, Reba Karriker, Bobbie Sue Childers I Third Row: Barbara Ann Erwin, Helen
Pruitt, Haston Moose, Charles Allen, Billy Seawell, Billy Ballard, Donald Curtis, Donald Nelson.
.lerline Griliin, Johnsie Ann Reese 0 Absent when picture was made: Harold Stewart, Curtis
First Row: Tommy Waugh, Patsy Ruth Owens, Vann Lee Helms. Nancy Beaver. Johnny Loftin,
Mary Neille Hampe, Donald Ray Swing, Phyllis Marshall, Marshall Crouch, Dorothy Jean Bran-
non, James Ray Marlowe, Nancy Readling, Michael Troutman 0 Second Row: Glennie Mae
Pethel, Rosalie Moore, Billie Nelson, Vernell Gregory, Betty Sue Sharpe, Sue Jane Connor, Betty
Ruth Bolick, Barbara Powers, Shirley Ferrell, Anne McNeely, Coleen Humphries, Jackie Spears
0 Third Row: Anne Rinehardt, Clyde Morrow, William Overcash, Herbert Holland, Mr. Wilkinson,
Harry Lee Childers, Franklin Loftin, Yates Bumgarner, Ruth Carolyn Poston 0 Absent when
picture was made: Phyllis Ann Duckworth, Lonnie Brown.
First Row: Avis Nichols, Jo Jones, Johnny Crisp, Jimmy Morrow, Phyllis Greenhill, Jeanette Reid,
Marie Hilton, T. C. Bumgarner, Ray Harrison, Carol Neel, Peggy Brady I Second Row: Eugene
Lee, Larry Baker, Virginia Chester, Ruth Lee, Shirley Shuemake, Faye Hucks, Mary McNeely
Rogers, Edith Jordan, Patty Dorton, Julia Lancaster, Donald Morrow, Gothard Overcash 0 Third
Row: Miss Young, Donald Kistler, Jimmy Hager, Andrew McKee, Richard Holshouser, Jeannine
Thompson, Geraldine Combs, Billy McLean. Jerry Harwell, Glenn Beaver, Billy Etchison 0 Absent
when picture was made: Natalie Johnston, Mary Moore, W. C. Bebber, Homer Brown.
euenih gin e
First Row: Jacky Stanford, Barbara Ann Williams, Tommy Fairbanks, Peggy Frye, Cecil Settle-
myer, Frances Brackett, Ted Moore, Barbara Cornelius, Keith Howard, Patricia Owens, Glenn
Brown 0 Second Row: Ray Sigmon, Perry Teeter, T. G. Phillips, Shirley Turner, Patsy Freeze,
Joyce Hager, Virginia Combs, Jacqueline Minter, Patty Cashion, Mary Alice Dancy, Herman
Newton, Leroy Christenbury 9 Third Row: Phyllis Ann Wilson, Shirley Caldwell, Doris lsenhour,
Richard Overcash, Bryant Brown, Donald Smith, Eugene Moore, Bobby Dean King, Doris Carver,
Ella Mae Lloyd 9 Absent when picture was made: Jennie Lee Moore, Walter Craven, Billy Ervin,
Bill Honeycutt, Mrs. Culp, teacher.
First Row: Lawrence Bracket, Joe Mills, Alta Faye Wilhelm, Tommy Bass, Betty Moore, Robert
Donaldson, Charlotte Stack, Rodney Nantz, Jean Pittman, Ronald Norman, Betty Cline, Gene
Freeman, Betty Ross Perkins, John Griflin, Edgar Bumgarner 0 Second Row: Nancy Connelly,
Vivian Ervin, Claudia Poston, Wade Benfield, Betty Poston, Pearl Gilbert, Mildred Pitts, Franklin
Brown, Lois Spillman, Alvin Wilson, Doris Smith 0 Third Row: Margaret Rogers, Beatrice Lowe,
Hazel Coggins, Tommy Leonard, Phillip Settlemeyer, Miss Davidson, teacher, Larry McDonald,
Gerry Davis, Doris Talbert, Wilma Overcash O Absent when picture was made: Harold Bostian.
First Row: Ray Willis, Ethel McLean, Pauline Hege, Barbara Branch. Annie Sue Chester, Bobby
Liner, C. A. Childers, Mary Margaret Gibson, Jimmy Gibson, Eugene Pope, Shirley Brown
C Second Row: Joy Overcash, James Bumgarner, Evelyn Copelan, Billy Morrow, Polly Anne
Hager, Dalton Miller, Clayton Davidson, Harold Williams, Shirley Seawell, Rebecca Price, Jerry
Ervin 0 Third Row: James Mackey, Louise Benlield, Lee Caley, Hoy We-nsil, Bobby James,
Bill Caldwell, Luther Webster, Raymond Overcash, Ray Fesperman, Edward Bentley, Miss Freeze,
teacherg Bill Carver O Absent when picture was made: Frank Moore.
First Row: Miss Rominger, teacher, Shirley Jones, Nancy Brown, Hugh Jarvis, Jack Bowman,
R. B. Miller, Joe Millsaps, Lewis Ballard, Ted Berry, Donald King. Bobby Lowe, Barbara Brown,
Betty Lambert 0 Second Row: Laura Williamson, Jimmy Lawson. Carl Gibson. Dwaine Carter,
Billy Jean Carnes, Lloyd Waugh, Martha Howard, Jean Brooks, Marolyn Howell, Myra Adkins,
Patricia Moose, Tommy Scercy 9 Third Row: Glenn Stewart, Glenda Poston, Martha! Belk, Jack
Harris, Russel Pope, lris Young, Helen Campbell, Doris Greene, Philip Chandler, Eugene Brown
O Absent when picture was made: Mason Stutts, Paul Williams.
CLIWLIQLP 366 !
Delcie Stanford .
Katina Patterson .
Polly Alberty .
Joann Johnston .
Phyllis Blackwelder .
John Morrow . .
Doris Stutts ,
Jimmy Ferrell .
Miss Sigman .
. Assistant Editor
. , . . Business Manager
Assistant Business Manager
. . . Circulation Manager
Assistant Circulation Manager
. . . , Literary Editor
. Sports Editor
. Faculty Advisor
First Row: Mr. Stewart. advisorg Fred Clark. Treasurer: Pat Ferguson, Secretary: Alex Sherrill,
Yiee-Pr:-sidentg Howard Aldnion. President 0 .We-rrzbers: Bobby Gabriel, Annie Lowrance. Don
Harmon, John Smith, Donald Baker, Eugene Christie, Rebecca Chester. ,lune Sink, ,linnny Moore,
Lindsay Boyd, Ilan Haselden, Donald King. Pat Rhodes, Ophelia Ball, Elizabeth Hoke. Vaughan
Howard. Dorothy Brannon. Barbara Webb. Carolyn Westmoreland. Billy Morrow. Richard Hols-
houser. Larry Nlellonald. Perry Teeter, Frances Crouch. Joan Kerr. Nancy Brown, Clyde Morrow.
Haston Moose, Sara Frances Copelan, Evelyn Copelan, Andrew McKee, Glenda Thomas, Barbara
First Row: Annie Lowrance. ,loyce Sherrill. Loyve Sherrill. Peggy Swing. Peggy Mabe. .lean
Carrigan. Delt-ie Stanford. Katinu Patterson. Anne Lowe. ,lune Sink. Phyllis Blaekwelder O Seronrl
Row: Yirginia Nloney. Carolyn Cashion. Polly Xlberty. Patsy Honeyeutt. ,lean l'oslon. Rebecca
Chester, Secretary, .-Xliee Mr-Neely, Christine Hethcox, Martha Brown, Doris Stutts, Natalyn
Archer I Tl1irr1Row: Miss Butler. adxisorg Davies MeLelland, George Mt-Kee. Charles Upright,
Sara Ballard. Lavon Boyd. Presidentg Joann Johnston, Bob Daxidson, Bobby Gabriel. O'Neil Howie,
Robert Nelson, Treasurer, Fred Clark, Vice-President.
Firsl Raw: Nanry Donny, 'lic-usurerg Annie- l.,UWVI'Lllll7k', Relic-wa Cllesler, liavon Boyql, l'rvsiLlentg
Nalalyn Arvlwr, Vicv-P11-siiln-ii!3 Anm- l,uwe, lllilflllll llrown, Swrv1a1'y: Miss Dealon. zulxisor
0 Sl'!'0I1lI7 Huw: Phyllis lilavkwfllmlr-1'. Norma fllil'lN'lllt"l'., Pal F1-rguson, Farah Millf-r, Peggy
Hl'ilNlFy. Patsy ll:'l'l'y. janv Mails. ,lulizi Xnn Ma-lm'lmr. Doris lluuurfl. Joann ,lolinslon 0 Third
Row: Ruby Robinson. l,11Xil4lLl Sherrill. lfurolyn Nl1'l.Lllll'lll, Joyw Stalfsy, Patty Morrow. lllanclns
Plf-ss. l'lI'21IN"1'S llmwn, Frnm-1-s limuvli 0 Fourlll Row: Hvlvn Carrigun. llalus Johnson. Alive
lN'lf'N4-u-ly. ,lean flill'I'lg3ll. lfli-:umr llc-llc, Kalliryn Kipka. .loan Ploll, Milmlrml Holrlw.
First Raw: Pr:-sslvy Hrawlry. Pal RlNlill'S. De-lviv Sllllll-Ufll, June' Sink, Secrelaryg Alex Sherrill,
Presillvntg Virginia 'llonn-'y. Xiu'-l'rPsi1lm1lg Katina l'aIIHrs0n, 'l'r1-asurerg Miss Rutlvdgv, advisor:
Kathryn Kipka 0 Serwrul Row: lllanvlw Nannvy. lion Sherrill. Phyllis lilackwfslmlr-r. Mary
Brown. Pat FPI'QIll?40Il. Annv l.mw. Alims NIVNQG-ly. Joann .l0llllFlUIl. Mable Ingram. Beatty Svawell.
Plqllis lowell. Mary Miller. liuvon Boyzl. Nlax Brannon O Tlzirll Row: George Pressly. Herbert
Rohm-rls, Paul Rogers, Donald Baker, Bob Davidson, Jimmy Ferrell.
Seated around table: Pvggy Swing, Wilma llill. l.oy1'm- Slit-rrill. Carolyn Howl-n. ,loyvc Sherrill,
livtty Nantz. Yirginizi Wilkinson. lfleanor UQ-lk. Xiu--l'rn-fill:-lit: l.ela Nlue llorv. Palsy l'vrry. Betty
Lon l"rve1nan. Carolyn xll'l.illll'lIl. Ruby Holrinsun. Nixiun Nantz. .lorvlta I.:-xun. llorin Liner
I Settled in vwllvr: l"1'z1m'e-s Brown. TI'0Zl4tlTt'l'1 liz-lwwa lilicster. Se-1're'ta11'y: Doris Alexallrler.
livleste Freeze. .lo Rita Ilaxis. Patsy Linr-lwrga-r. l,1'f-Qisle-lit: Xirginia .Nlexumlx-1' O Standing:
Mrs. McLean. aulxisnrg ,lnyw Stewart. Norm-en lln-Ims. Pt-ggy Brawley. Elizulwtll Hobbs. Patty
Morrow. ,loan Carrigun. Nlartlla brown. Nanvy lla-nny. ,lulia :Xnn lXlf?ll'llUI'. llliltlre-rl l'lolrlJs. Lovim'
First Row: joan Day. Patty lin-lk. ,lean Oswall. Se-t'i'+'tu1'y untl 'llreasurrfrg lluris Stullg. licwpresi-
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Row: Halpll Brown. Kathryn Kipka. Vfilnia Hill. ,lolln Rogers O Fourth Row: ,luvk fjVPI'C3Sll.
lNorris Belk. Donaltl Wilkinson. Bobby Seize-r. Earl Kiplxa 0 Absent zrlzrfzz pirture lL'tl.S made:
Thomas Craven. Fred Brown. Thelma Stutts. Fred Garrison.
JUNIOR AETTVFUE5 CLUB
First Raw: Jean Oswalt, Shirley Miller, Doris Plummer, President, Polly Alherty, Vice-Presidentg
Mareelle lioliek, Secretary, Martha Greenhill, 'llreasurerg Lucy Comhs, Nellie Branch 0 Second
Row: Doris Howard, Jeanette Starnes, Murlene Loftin, Martha Young, Carolyn Bowen, Peggy
Swing, Elizabeth Lyneh, Nan Chester, Geraldine Nantz, Helen Morris I Third Row: Hellen
Chester, Patsy liinehergglr, Loyee Sherrill, Nancy Shinn, ,loyee Sherrill, Joan Day, Betty Lou
FI'PtXII1lI11. Sarah llallard, Kat Fairbanks. Misa Mayhew, adxisor.
5 U.F BLUE
First Row: Mr. Searhorough, advisorg Jimmy Kinimons, Jaek Mathews, Vice-President, Bobby
Gabriel, Secretaryg Raymond Pedraja, Fred Clark, Billy Joe Major, Dan Haselden I Second
Row: Bill McConnell, Bobby Cushion, Fred Rinehardt, George McKee, Presidentg Thomas Poston
0 Third Row: Donald Cranford, ,linuuy Davis. Davies MeLelland, Wayne Rununage, Cyrus Smith,
Bill Rummage 0 Absent when picture was made: Joe Harris, Treasurer.
t NHXED EHURU5
First Row: Mr. Klepfer. Lenore Mt-Neely. fslareella Freeze. jean Poston. lris Carnes, Rebecca
McLean, Sara Frances Copeland. Peggy Mahe. Barbara Linker, .lo Ann Hill. Mary Alice Snow.
Nellie Bailey. Ann Groom. Betty Miller 0 Seeonrl Row: Helen Mehleely. Patsy Tlioiiipson, Ruby
King, Betty Jones. Charles Upright, Ceorge McKee. Hiehard Morrow. Cuy Wilhelm. Martha Jones,
Ruth -Brooks. Elaine Howell. Ceraltline Nantz 0 Third Row: Louise Smith, Dorothy Robinson.
Patty Wilhelm. Dot Carner. Wayne Thompson. llonaltl Sunnners. llonaltl Gibson. Billy Miller.
Alice Mclxleely, Annie Hu'h Metz. Pat Millsaps, Agnes Carrigan. Lyntla Blaekweltler 0 Fourth
Row: Margaret Kennette. June Lipsvoinb. Ramona Phillips. Franees Kendrick. lllllLll'Sl0Kl Temple-
ton. Bill Douglas. ,lohn Morrow. Haskell Freeze. Peggy King. Ruby Newton. Faye Hentlon. Betty
Brown. Clara Lou .Iaeobs 0 Fifth Row: Margaret Harrison. Connie Lalfoy. Ianiee Young. Billie
Frances Harwell. Ernest Ball. Johnnie Shumaker. Davies Ms'Lellantl. .lack Archer. Naney Jones,
Perry Griffin. Martha Anne Brotherton. Helen Morris.
First Row: Lenore lNleNeely. Xlareella Freeze. .lean Poston. Peggy Mabe. Mary Alive Snow.
Barbara Linker, Rebeeea Meltain. Martha .lones 0 Second Row: Betty Jones. Helen Melxleely.
Elaine Howell. Patty Wilhelm. Ruth Brooks. Dot Carrier. Ceraltline Nantz. Mr. Klepfer 0 Third
Row: Dorthy Robinson. Annie Ruth Metz. Aliee XleNeely. Betty Brown. Pat Millsaps. lris Carnes.
Ann Groom O Fourth Row: Peggy King, Lynda Blaekweltler. .lune Lipscomb. Margaret Ken-
nette. Clara Lou .Iac-obs. Fay Hemlon, Ruby Newton. Agnes Carrigan 0 Fifth Row: Ramona
Phillips. Margaret Harrison. Janice Young. Billie Frances Harwell. Perry Grillin. Nancy Jones,
Martha Ann Brotherton.
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First Row: Thurston Templeton, Nan Chester. Muriel Stanford. Lucy Combs, Treasurerg Elizabeth
Hoke. Presidentg .loan Plott, Kathryn Kipka. Miss Matheny. advisor O Serond Row: Buddy
Hendon. Clara Troutman, Virginia Oliphant, Mary Whitlow, Rachel Brown, Betty Nantz, Nancy
Newton. Mildred Davis, Ruby King. Aurelia McGraw. ,lean Setzer, George llingler 0 Absent
when picture was made: Betty Kyles. Ruth Lynch. Elizabeth Lynch. Bill Vanderford. Aileen
EENTBAL TIMES ST!-XPP
Seated: Ruby Newton. Margaret Robinson. ,lean Oswalt. Paul Rogers. Editor: Misw Mayhew.
advisor: Delcie Stanford. Jimmy Ferrell. Pressley Brawley 0 Standing: Katina Patterson,
Virginia Money. Bill Waugh. Alex Sherrill. Donald Brown.
Howard Aldmon, Peggy Goodnight, Norma Carpenter, Annie Lowrance, Chief, Clara Lou Jacobs,
Helen LaFoy, Frances Crouch, Don Harmon.
First Row: Polly Alherty, Nancy Denny 0 Second Row: Brolin Ware, Donald Baker, Melvin
Lackey, Cecil Cook, Fred Liner, Charlie Kluttz, Herbert Roberts, Nolan Young, Paul Rogers, Mr.
Clark, advisor 0 Third Row: Mr. Caldwell, advisor, Haskell Freeze, Don Sherrill, Herny Estes,
Frank Parker, Jack Curtis, Alex Sherrill, Bobby Brown, Roy Church, Dan Haselden, Howard
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Mr. C. N. Clark .
Mr. H. lf. Calflwvll .
Mr. Phil McLaughlin
Miss jvan Scarlmmllglx
Girls' Allllelizr Coach
F U UTBALL
First Row: Mr. McLaughlin, Herbert Roberts, Nolan Young, Cecil Cook, Charlie
Kluttz, Paul Rogers, Alex Sherrill, Jack Curtis, Frank Parker, Phi Alexander, Fred
Liner, Don Sherrill, Joe Griffith, Mr. Clark o Second Row: Dan Haselden, Buddy
Bowles, Hodge Baker, Bill Cox, Dempsey Raby, Jimmy Stewart, Raymond Pedraja,
Donald Summers, Brohn Ware, Melvin Lackey, Fred Rinehardt, Mr. Caldwell
o Third Row: Willis Rhodes, Clyde Morrow, George Brawley, John -Roberts, Albert
Boyd, Henry Estes, O'Neil Howie, Johnny Shumaker, Bennett Stewart, Joe Max Reid
0 Fourth Row: Donald Baker, Bill Brown, Howard Aldmon, Bobby Brown, Managers
0 Absent when picture was made: Roy Church.
Blue Devils .. ..... 0 Henderson ...... . 6
Blue Devils . . . 0 Barium Springs .... . . . 6
Blue Devils . 7 Kannapolis ..... , . . 0
Blue Devils . . . 0 Valdese ....., , . , 0
Blue Devils . . . 6 Concord ,.... . . . 0
Blue Devils . . , 13 Statesville . . . . . . 0
Blue Devils . . . 0 Spencer ....,. . . . 0
Blue Devils . . . 6 Thomasville . . . . . . 0
Blue Devils . . . 13 Newton-Conover .... . . . 0
Blue Devils r , . 13 China Grove ........, . . . 0
Blue Devils , , . 0 Jamestown ..,..... tr ..,.. . . 0
Blue Devils , , r 0 Lenoir-Rhyne Frosh . . . . . . 12
BIBLS' BASBETBALL TEAM
First Row: Peggy King, Marie Tate, Ruby Newton, ,lean Oswalt, Nancy Denny, Polly
Alberty, Natalyn Archer, Doris Benson, Phyllis Towell, Rebecca Chester, Kay Bowles,
Margaret Harrison 0 Second Row: ,lean Setzer, Betty Lou Freeman, Virginia Money,
Patsy Perry, Miss Scarborough, Coach, Julia Ann Melchor, Clara Lou Jacobs, Helen
LaFoy, Alice McNeely 0 Absent when picture was made: Doris Plummer, Manager.
BUYS' BASBETBALL TEAM
First Row: Mr. R. E. Caldwell, Coach, Paul Rogers, Fred Rinehardt, Charlie Kluttz,
Nolan Young, Mr. C. N. Clark, Coach 0 Second Row: George Pressly, Willis
Rhodes, Bobby Brown, Frank Parker, Dan Haselden, Brohn Ware.
Fm Reddy . . . hurrying to be
ahead of you during vacation,
in your new job . . . or at college.
DUKE POWER COMPANY
Serving the Piedmont Carolinas
Compliments of . . .
Mooresville Iron Works
Brann0n's Dry Cleaners
353 S. Broad St.
Mooresville, N. C.
"The Marfs Store"
Michael-Stern and Curlee Clothes
Florsheim and Freeman Shoes
Dobbs and Lee Hats
Arrow and Town Shirts
Mooresville, N. C.
Crade A Restaurant
Where your Patronage is always
Southern Fried Chicken
Featuring Plate Lunches
Dining Room for Parties
Compliments of . . .
Mooresville Drug Co.
"The Complete Drug Storey
Compliments of . . .
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Compliments of . . .
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Mooresville, N. C.
Phone 182 Organized 1900
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25,000 men ond women working together To reproduce guolity prod-
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in both yeors ond spirit, for Burlington hos olwoys believed in giving
young rnen ond women with iniiiotive ond obility o ehonce to go
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CILLESPIE 81 BROWN MILLEIPS MARKET
Radios - Records and Fixture
Meats - Groceries
ROBERT KJBOBJ DAVIDSON-Likes: fruit cake. Dislikes: homework. Hobby: loaf-
ing. Ambition: business executive.
BILLY QBILLJI RUMMAGE-Likes: girls. Dislikes: teachers. Hobby: girls. Am-
bition: to be a teacher.
JOE QJIGGSJI HARRIS-Likes: anything. Dislikes: everything. Hobby: loafing. Am-
bition: to be a loafer.
HAROLD QPUFFYJ KING-Likes: chicken. Dislikes: work. Hobby: music. Ambition:
to be a mechanic.
DWAIN fTO0TLESl EVERHARDT-Likes: money. Dislikes: bus drivers. Hobby:
walking to Nellieis. Ambition: ride to Nellie's.
ELIZABETH fBETH,l LYNCH-Likes: Bill. Dislikes: tests. Hobby: collecting snap-
shots. Ambition: to be a teacher.
JIMMY QBOBOJ FERRELL-Likes: girls. Dislikes: castor oil. Hobby: airplanes.
Ambition: to be able to type.
PHYLLIS' fPENNYl BLACKWELDER-Likes: coconut. Dislikes: 7:30 drills. Hobby:
swimming. Ambition: to be able to make candy.
HOWARD QSHADOWJP ALDMON-Likes: Peggy. Dislikes: getting up early. Hobby:
hunting. Ambition: to be a school teacher.
ROY lETHELl CHURCH-Jjkey Nonna Dmhkem ydmol Hobbyzloabng Anr
bition: to be an A-1 painter.
NELLIE QTOOTIEJ BRANCIIH-Likes: Dwain. Dislikes: work. Hobby: cooking.
Ambition: to be a housewife.
SHIRLEY LSHIRLJ MILLERfLikes: Marshall. Dislikes: getting up. Hobby: learn-
ing to drive. Ambition: to be a housewife.
ELIZABETH 1LIZl HOBBS-Likes: chocolate candy. Dislikes: cold weather. Hobby:
skating. Ambition: to be a housewife.
LUCY LLUSCIOUSJI COMBSfLikes: lemon pie. Dislikes: work. Hobby: collecting
pictures. Ambition: to be a secretary.
JEANETTE QNETI STARNESfLikes: potato chips. Dislikes: spilling things. Hobby:
bowling. Ambition: to be a secretary.
DON fCHERRYP SHERRILL-Likes: Helen. Dislikes: work. Hobby: football. Am-
bition: to get out of school.
HOMER QJEWJD MAYHEW-Likes: lris. Dislikes: homework. Hobby: talking. Am-
bition: to make millions.
KATTNA VTEENIEJ PATTERSON-ljkeszpeopk.lHsbkes:nodnng.Ilobby:nodung.
Ambition: to be a reporter.
MARTIIA fSAMBOl GREENHILL--Likes: fried chicken. Dislikes: gossip. Hobby:
skating. Ambition: office worker.
BAARCELLE fb1ARCEL1JEl BOIJCK-likes:coconutcake.lHshkes:gosQp.Ilobby.
skating. Ambition: ofhce worker.
Ambition: to be a 4-H leader.
ROBERT QBOBJ GARRISON-Likes: girls. Dislikes: Mlndustrial Arts.'7 Hobby:
working on cars. Ambition: to be a mechanic.
ALEX fBARNEYl SHERRILL-Likes: Anne. Dislikes: nosey people. Hobby: play-
ing ping pong. Ambition: to be a success.
BAURLENE fbdAGGIEl LOPWWN-eldkesxeverybody.lHsHkes:rumey peoph Ilobby:
skating. Ambition: to be a nurse.
EUGENE fCHRISl CHRISTIE-Likes: banana pudding. Dislikes: nothing. Hobby:
engineering. Ambition: to be an engineer.
ANNIE QAHNNIEJ LOWRANCE4-Likes: dancing. Dislikes: studying. Hobby: col-
lecting pictures. Ambition: to be a secretary.
DELCIE fPETEl STANFORD-Likes: banana pudding. Dislikes: home work. Hobby:
writing poems. Ambition: to be a housewife.
JACK KRODJ CURTIS-Likes: Eleanor. Dislikes: homework. Hobby: hunting. Am-
bition: to be a coach.
JOANN QJOJ JOHNSTON-Likes: to have fun. Dislikes: grouchy people. Hobby:
music. Ambition: to be happy.
GEORGE CLEGSGGD PRESSLYfLikes: Little Alice. Dislikes: conceited people. Hobby:
photography. Ambition: to get married
ALICE MCNEELY--Likes: chocolate cake. Dislikes: spinach. Hobby: music. Am-
bition: to be a housewife.
ANNIE RUTH lROosTERl METZ--Likes: cheese and bacon sandwiches. Dislikes:
grouchy people. Hobby: music. Ambition: to like everyone.
BROHN QVBUMSTEADGI WARE-Likes: Basketball. Dislikes: school teachers. Hobby:
sleeping. Ambition: to be a sport announcer.
NAN YLIZD CHESTER-Likes: pineapple. Dislikes: rushing to school. Hobby:
writing to David. Ambition: to be a doctor.
MARY 1HEFFi MILLERfLikes: junior. Dislikes: two-faced people. Hobby: play-
ing the piano. Ambition: to be a housewife.
MAX iMUMBI.Esl BRANNON--Likes: horse races. Dislikes: snobs. Hobby: danc-
ing. Ambition: to have a good time.
NOLAN fPEI'I WEI-Zi YoUNGwLikes: frog legs. Dislikes: anything foolish. Hobby:
women. Ambition: to be the father of twins.
DORIS iDoTTIEi HOWARD-Likes: cheese and bacon sandwiches. Dislikes: work.
Hobby: talking. Ambition: to be a nurse.
AILEEN WLEEI SMITHDEAL-Likes: ice cream. Dislikes: greens. Hobby: movies.
CECIL QBEAKI COOK-Likes: banana pudding. Dislikes: teachers. Hobby: hunt-
ing. Ambition: to be a husband.
MAX MAYHEW-wliikes: teachers. Dislikes: graduating. Hobby: going to school.
Ambition: finish school.
Rumors say that luscious Martha will
wed Larry James.
The famous opera star, Pressly Braw-
ley is visiting Grace Alexander, Dean
of Women at Mooresville College. The
visit is purely for business Ui reasons.
It has been announced that the ice
skating champions, Martha Greenhill.
Eugene Christie, and Harold Beaver.
will participate in the National Olympic
games which are being held this year at
Over there we see Nolan Young who
is having quite a time with his triplets,
Millie, Sillie, and Dillie at the ball game.
But this is only half his troubles, he has
three other children at home giving Mrs.
Young '6Hail Columbiaw.
Teachers Bill Harwell and Elizabeth
Lynch. under Earl Cline, Principal, just
gave a good conduct medal to Wayne
Everhardt, son of Mr. and Mrs. Dwain
Everhardt. Mrs. Everhardt is the former
Miss Nellie Branch.
Don Sherrill, George McKee, and
Davies Mcluelland, Mooresville play
boys, have just learned how to play a
juke box. They are getting their nickles
from their own printing press.
Joe Harris and ,lack Curtis are going
to the North Pole on an expedition to
search for gold.
After breaking many hearts, Pat Mill-
saps has turned out to be an old maid
and is devoting her life to filling Dixie
George Pressly, the modern Fred
Astair has broken his leg. The accident
occurred while he was climbing up on a
ladder to get a better View of the swim-
ming champions, Betty Newton and
J. B. Davis, who left school in his
Senior year, has recently been made a
The current heart throb of all the
girls is Harold Oliphant, who has just
signed a 5-year contract with Warner
Through these strange sights the
mystery of the future was revealed to us,
and since seeing is believing, we are led
to believe that all this is true.
Signed: Class Prophets
FIIUBUHH PUHTIQC COIUPHHY
Compliments of . . .
State and Carolina Theaters
Mooresville, N. C.
FAUL Sl CRYMES, IHC.
415 S. Tryon St.
Charlotte. N. C.
Mooresville Flour Mills
Flour, Corn Meal and Feeds
Mooresville, N. C.
Compliments of . . .
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Charlotte. N. C.
Wholesale Fruits and Vegetables
Compliments of . . .
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Sales and Service
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FOR THIS YEARBQOK
School and College Photography
Scenic and View Photographs
Children and Babies' Photographs
Weddings -Formal and Candid
Industrial and Commercial Photography
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