Mount Pleasant High School - Tiger Roar Yearbook (Mount Pleasant, NC)

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Pleasant, North Carolina I 3 3083 00562 2417 Father Time is writing ‘finis ' tor the editors of the TIGER ROAR of 1955, and, in these fleeting moments, the annual staff covets the privilege of submitting this brief preface to the eighth yearly publication of Mount Pleasant High School. It is our desire to make this volume of the TIGER ROAR a record of the trials and triumphs of high school life rather than a memorial to Literature and Art. We trust that as you turn each page a train of pleasant memories will echo through your mind, recalling to you those unforgettable years at Mount Pleasant High. The annual staff also sincerely hopes that the innovations which we have seen fit to inaugurate in this issue will meet with your approval and that its read- ers may derive the same degree of pleasure that we have experienced in compiling it. When the shadows begin to fall and the candle of life burns low, by taking this volume from its shelf, you will remember your high school days. If, from this remembrance, you are refreshed and pleased, we, the editors, will know our labors have not been in vain. For this, then, we, the editors, give to you the TIGER ROAR of 1955 of Mount Pleasant High School. EDGAR TREXLER edicaiioH- For his devotion to athletics, his determination for sportsmanship, his friendly character and his teaching ability, we, the Seniors of nineteen hundred fifty-five, gratefully dedicate this the eighth edition of the TIGER ROAR to CHARLES PALMER HARRILL, the beloved athletic director of Mount Pleasant High School. Admitu U uUUut MR. CARL A. FURR Superintendent Cabarrus County Schools DR. A. L. BARRINGER c. LIRE BARRIER Chairman Secretary JACK BARRIER Vice Chairman FLOYD MOOSE ARCHIE CLINE MOUNT PLEASANT SCHOOLS COMMITTEE •1 ■ o MRS. E. J. HARBISON Mathematics MISS MADGE SOWELL English MISS ROSA JAMES History MISS CAROLYN MILLS English MR. LUTHER A. ADAMS Principal MRS. NANCY HUEY Librarian MRS. H. S. LEAFE Science MISS CAROLYN GRIFFIN Bible MR. CHARLES HARRILL Physical Education Civics, Coach MISS RUTH JAMES Home Economics MR. HARRY JENKINS Commercial MR. M. R. McLEOD Agriculture MRS. EMMA CROWE Eighth Grade MRS. ANN FISHER Eighth Grade MR. RALPH PLATTE Eighth Grade MISS ELLEN BLACKWELDER Secretary MR. HENRY FORREST Band Director (Not Pictured) I laa LINDA FISHER Editor-In-Chief MILDRED MILLS Business Manager TONY AREY Advertising Manager HARRY COOK Sports Manager Seated: Tony Arey, Linda Fisher, Mildred Mills. Standing: Kay Mullis, Lovine Burris, Coy Plott, Edgar Trexler, Harry Cook, Tommie Foil, Frances Hess. Se4UJ0 Senior Qlcuii O ice ii LEFT TO RIGHT: Edgar T rexler T ommie Foil Jarrette Hammil I .... Morgan Walker President Secretary Treasurer V ice-President FLOWER Gardenia COLORS Baby Bl ue and White MOTTO “They Can Who Think They Can” JEAN KAYDELL ALLMAN Glee Club 1,3,4; Social Club 2,3; Monogram Club 4; Chief Cheerleader 3,4; Queen of Athletic Carnival 4; Bus Patrolman 1,2,4; F.H.A. Club 1,2; Boosters Club 2; Cafeteria Assistant 4; Office Secretary 4; Superlative. SARA JANE ALLMAN Social Club 2,3,4; Superlative; Bible Club 1,2; F.H.A. 1,2; Glee Club 1; Social Club Secretary-Treasurer 4; Beta Club 3,4. TONY JOSEPHUS AREY Football 1,2, 3, 4; Basketball 1,2, 3, 4; Monogram Club President 3; Monogram Club 2,3,4; Baseball 3,4; Annual Staff; Junior Play; Senior Play; Co-Captain Football 4; Co-Captain Basketball 2; School Reporter 3; Bus Driver i 3,4; Bible Club 4; D airy Team Contest 3; School Paper i Distributor 4. BARBARA LEE BALDWIN F .H.A. 1; Glee Club 2; Bible Club 3; Social Club 4. Senior I 1 JOE DAVIS BARRIER F.F.A. Club 1,2, 3, 4; Social Club 3; Commercial Club 4; Photography Club 2; Bus Driver 3,4; Bible Club 4; Dairy Team Contest 3; School Paper Distributor 4. BETTY LOUISE BARRINGER F.H.A. Club 1,2; Boosters’ Club 2; Library Club 2; Li- brary Club Secretary 2; Social Club 3,4; Commercial Club 3; Assistant Editor of School Paper 3; Glee Club 3; Beta Club 3,4; Lettergirl 3,4; Office Secretary 4. JOYCE ANN BODENHEIMER f Glee Club 1; F.H.A. Club 2; Library Club 2; Social i Club 3,4; Commercial Club 3. GEORGE HERMAN BOST Baseball 1,2, 3, 4; Football 3,4; F.F.A. Club 1, 2,3,4; ,j ' Monogram Club 1; Commercial Club 1; Bus Driver 1. ! MARY FRANCES BURRIS F.H.A. 1,2; Library Club 2; Social Club 3,4; Glee Club 2,3,4; Cafeteria Assistant 1. MILDRED LOVINE BURRIS Glee Club 1,2,3; F.H.A. 1,2; Vice-President of Booster I Club 2; President of Library Club 3; Commercial Club 3; Beta Club 3,4; President of Social Club 4; Office Secre- tary 4; Marshal 3; Annual Staff. VICTOR LEE CASPER Bible Club 3; Monogram Club 2,3,4; Football 1, 2,3,4; Basketball 2; Baseball 1,3,4; Junior Play; Superlative. DORIS MARY ETHEL CLINE Office Secretary 4; President Commercial Club 4; Secre- tary Booster Club 2; F.H.A. Club 1,2,4; Historian F.H. A. Club 4; Social Club 3,4; Photography Club 2; Glee Club 1,2,3; Bible Club 1; Chairman Committee Junior- Senior Banquet; Committee for Junior Play. JANE PAULINE CLINE .H.A. 1, Glee Club 1; Boosters Club 2; Library Club ) President of Library Club 2; Bible Club 3,4; Secretary )f Bible Club 4; Vice-President of Bible Club 4; Beta :iub 3,4. LINDA LOUISE CLINE Jasketball 1,3,4; Cheerleader 2,3,4; Monogram Club 4; ocial Club 3; Commercial Club 2; Editor-in-Chief of chool paper 2; F .H.A. 1; Superlative. FRANCES CAROLYN COOK Basketball 1,2, 3, 4, Co-Captain 4; Bible Club 1,2; Glee Club 1,2,3; Beta Club 3,4; Monogram Club 4; Class Sec- retary 2; Letter Girl 3,4; Superlative; Vice-President of Cabarrus County F.H.A. 3; President of Cabarrus County F.H.A. 4; F.H.A. Club 1,2,3, 4; Marshal 1; Chief Marshal 3; Office Secretary 2. HARRY LEE COOK Football 1,2, 3, 4; Baseball 1,2, 3, 4; Basketball 1,2,3; Superlative; Annual Staff; Social Club 3; Monogram 2,4; Bus Drivers’ Club 2,3,4; Co-Captain Football 3,4; Busi- ness Man ager of Junior Play; Girls’ Basketball Manager 4; Driver of Activity Bus 4. THOMAS NOOK CORL Baseball 1,2, 3, 4; F.F.A. Club 1,2,3; Bus Driver 2,3,4; Bus Drivers’ Club 2,3,4; Basketball 2; Social Club 2,3. AGATHA SUE COX Boosters’ Club 2; F.H.A. Club 1; Glee Club 1,2,3; Soc- ial Club 3,4; Bible Club 4; Lettergirl 2,3,4; Commercial Club 2. HAROLD DAVID CRAYTON F.F.A. Club 1,2,3; Social Club 1; Commercial Club 1, Basketball 1. KERMIT LYNN CRUSE Baseball 1,2, 3, 4; Monogram Club 2,3,4; F.F.A. Club 1, 2,3,4; Bus Driver 1,2,3, 4; Bus Drivers’ Club 2,3,4; Bas- ketball 2. IRIS DUREN CULP Glee Club 2,3; Commercial Club 2; Social Club 3,4; Bible Club 1,4; Cafeteria Assistant 1,3; Softball 1. VIVIAN ROSE FAGGART Bible Club 1; F.H.A. Club 1,2,4; F.H.A. Secretary 4; Boosters’ Club 2; Social Club 3,4; Editor of School Paper 4; Bus Patrolman 2,3,4; Photography Club 2; Jun- ior Play Committee. LINDA LEE FISHER Miss Hi Miss; Editor-In-Chief of Annual; Marshal 3,4; Cheerleader 1,2; Homecoming Queen 3; Beta Club 3,4; Band President 1,2, 3, 4; Monogram Club 2,3,4; Office Secretary 4; Junior Play; Senior Play; F.H.A. Club 1,2, 3 (President 3); Superlative 4; Glee Club 4; School Paper Staff. WARREN IRENE FOIL Queen of Athletic Carnival 1; Marshal 1,2; F.H.A. Club 1,2,3 (President 4); Bible Club 1,2; Band Vice-President 1,2,3 (Secretary 4); Glee Club 2; Cafeteria Cashier 3,4; Social Club 3,4; Beta Club 3,4; Junior Play Prompter; Senior Play; Office Secretary 4; Class Secretary 4; An- nual Typist; Superlative; School Paper Staff. BETTY SUE FREEZE F.H.A. 1,2; Bible Club 1,4; Glee Club 1,2,3; Commercial Club 2; Social Club 3,4. FRANCES ELLYN GOODMAN Social Club 2,3; Basketball 1,2, 3, 4; Junior Play; Senior Play; Monogram Club 2,4; Lettergirl 3,4; F.H.A. 1,2; Class Historian. JOHN NORMAN GOODMAN Cafeteria Assistant 3,4; Commercial Club 3; Paper Staff 3; Stage Manager for Junior Play; Boosters’ Club 4; Photography Club 2; Superlative; King of Athletic Car- nival 4; Substitute Bus Driver 3,4; Assistant Circulation Manager for School Paper 3; Bible Club 4. MARIE CATHERINE GOODMAN Glee Club 1; Library Club 2; Student Librarian 2; Boos- ters’ Club 2; Commercial Club 3; Social Club 3,4. Se4 Uo JARRETTE LYDIA HAMMILL Bible Club 1,2; Vice-President of Bible Club 1; F.H.A. 1,4; Glee Club 1,2; Social Club 2,3; Beta Club 3,4; Sec- retary Beta Club 4; Monogram Club 4; Secretary Monogram Club 4; Senior Class Treasurer; Basketball 1,2,3, 4; Co- Captain Basketball Team 4; Flag Barrier 3,4; Superla- tive. ALICE GWENDOLYN HARVELL Boosters Club 1; Library Club 1,2,3; Commercial Club 4; Social Club 4; Glee Club 1,2; Basketball 1,3,4; Soft- ball 1,3; Assistant Editor of School Paper 4; Secretary- Treasurer of Library Club 1,2; Vice-President of Library Club 3; F.H.A. 1,2. MIRIAM ROSE GOODMAN Glee Club 1,2,3, 4; F.H.A. 1,2; Boosters’ Club 2; Social Club 2,3,4 ; Tenth Grade Queen. GEORGE FRANKLIN HAHN, JR. F.F.A. 1,2, 3, 4; Photography Club 2; Social Club 3; Bi- ble Club 4; Commercial Club 4. FRANCES MARIE HESS F .H.A. 1,2, 3, 4; Bible Club 1,2, 3, 4; Bible Club President 3,4; Parliamentarian of F.H.A. 4; Glee Club 1,2; Social Club 2,3; Beta Club 3,4; Annual Typist; Superlative. ELIZABETH ANN HOPKINS F.H.A. 1,2; Social Club 2,3,4; Bible Club 1,2,4; Beta Club 3,4; Glee Club 1,3,4; Basketball 3 ; Junior Play; Senior Play. NANCY CAROLYN JAMES Glee Club 1,2; F.H.A. 1,2; Bible Club 2; Social Club 4; Beta Club 3,4; Library Club 2; Boosters’ Club 2,3. JOHN KENNETH KIMRAY F.F.A. 1, 2,3,4; Bible Club 2,3,4. FRANK MARTIN KLUTTZ F.F.A. 1,2, 3, 4; Bus Driver 3,4; Bible Club 4; Bus Driv- ers’ Club 3,4; Social Club 3; Photography Club 2; Com- mercial Club 1. BILLY RAY KRIMMINGER Boosters’ Club 1,2; F.F.A. 1,2, 3, 4; Social Club 3; Bus Driver 3,4; Bible Club 4; Activities Bus Driver 4; Pho- tography Club 2; Travel Club 3; Bus Drivers’ Club 3,4. HARVEY DICK LYERLY Newton-Conover High School 1,2,3; Science Club 3; Vice- President Science Club 3; Chief Printer “Hi-Life” 3; Commercial Club 4; Joke Editor Commercial Club 4; Editor-In-Chief of Commercial Club 4; Senior Play; Superlative. EARLINE AREITTA MARTIN Commercial Club 4; Vice-President Commercial Club 4; Glee Club 1,2,3; Boosters’ Club 2; Social Club 3,4; Photography Club 2; Committee for Junior Play; Cafeteria ' i Assistant 1,2,3; Chairman Project Committee of F.H.A. 4; F.H.A. 1,2,4. i WILLIAM HENRY McMAHAN ;Football 1,2, 3, 4; Basketball 1,2; Glee Club 3,4; Senior ' Play; Junior Play; Social Club 1,2,3; Travel Club 3; Bi- ole Club 4; Superlative. MILDRED ANNE MILLS iBasketball 1,2, 3, 4, Co-Captain 2; Bible Club 1,2; Glee lElub 1,2; Social Club 2,3; Beta Club 3,4; Monogram 4; lElass Secretary 1,3; Flag Barrier 3,4; Superlative; F.H. 1,2,4; Marshal 1,2; Senior Play; Annual Stoflf; Student ' _ibrarian. BRADY EUGENE MOOSE F.F.A. 1,2; Social Club 1,2; Commercial Club 1; Base- ball 1,2, 3, 4; Bus Driver 1,2, 3, 4; Superlative; Paper Paper Staff; Bus Drivers’ Club 3,4. AARON WILLARD MOOSE Bible Club 1,4; Social Club 3; Commercial Club 2; Bus Driver 2,3,4; F.F.A. 1,2,3, 4; President of F.F.A. 4; Swine and Beef Cattle Team; Bus Drivers’ Club 3,4. Se uo JULIA PATRICIA KAY MULLIS Journalism Club 1,2; Basketball 1; Student Council 1; Marshal 2,3; Annual Typist; Tri Hi Y Secretary 2; Li- brary Club Treasurer 1; Beta Club 3,4; Glee Club Pianist 3; Commercial Club Secretary 3; Social Club 3; F.T.A. 4; Class Treasurer 3; F.H. A. 2; Public Speaking 1; Superla- tive. FRANCES NADINE PETREA Basketball 1, 2,3,4; Bible Club 1,2; F.H. A. 1,2; Glee Club 1,2, 3, 4; Social Club 2,3; Monogram Club 2,4; Chief Majorette 3,4; Superlative; Attendant to Homecoming Queen 3; Junior Play; Senior Play; Glee Club Librarian 4; Cheerleader 1. COY WALTER PLOTT Football 1,2,3,4; Basketbal I 1,2,3, 4; Baseball 3,4; Social Club 3; Monogram Club 2,4; Vice-President of Monogram Club 4; Annual Staff; Superlative; Treasurer of Class 2; Junior Play. GRADY HOWARD RITCHIE Bible Club 1,2,3, 4; F.F.A. 1, 2,3,4; Baseball 1,2,3; Bible Club Christmas Play 3,4. TOMMY CAROLLE SHINN F.F.A. 1,2, 3, 4; Commercial Club 1,2; Social Club 2,3; Bible Club 4; Bus Driver 2,3. JOANN SHOE Library Club 2; Bible Club 3,4; Social Club 3; Commer- cial Club 4; Commercial Club News Reporter 4; Glee Club 4. MARGIE VIRGINIA SMITH Bible Club 1, 2,3,4; F.H.A. 1; Glee Club 1,2,3; Beta Clu 3,4; President of Bible Club 3; School Store Assistan 2,3,4; Cafeteria Assistant 4; Class President 2; Basket ball 1; Softball 3; Social Club 4. WILLIAM BROWN SMITH F.F.A. 1,2; Dairy Cattle Judging Contest 2; Social Clui 3,4; Secretary-Treasurer Travel Club 2; Football 3,4 Monogram Club 4; Glee Club 4; Senior Play; Superlative! Senior KAY FRANCES STALLINGS Winecoff 1,2; Glee Club 1,2, 3,4; Basketball 1,4; Office Secretary 2; F.H.A. 1,2; Social Club 3,4; Commercial Club 3; F.H.A. Secretary 1; Library Club 1,2; Softball 1,2; Class Poet 4; Art Club 2. DORIS JEAN STANCIL Homeroom Play 1; Library Club 2; Secretary of Library Club 2; Bible Club 3,4; Social Club 3; Glee Club 4. LOUIS RITCHIE SUTHER Social Club 2,3; F.F.A. 1,2,4; Boosters’ Club 2; Glee Club 1; Bible Club 4. EDGAR RAY TREXLER Bible Club 1; Basketball 1,2, 3, 4; Band 1,2, 3, 4; Glee Club 3,4; Monogram Club 2,4; Social Club 3; Class Pres- ident 3,4; School Reporter and Photographer 3,4; Annual Staff; Beta Club 3,4; President Beta Club 4; Vice- President Beta Club 3; Junior Play; Senior Play; Su- perlative. fDORIS AILEEN TROUTMAN iF.H.A. 1,2; Bible Club 1,2; ijBeta Club 3,4; Vice-Presi- 1 dent Social Club 4; Queen of Athletic Carnival 3; Band 1, 2,3,4; Vice-President Future Teachers 4; Homeroom Pres- ii ident 3; Student Librarian 3; 1 Office Secretary 4. MORGAN LESTER WALKER Vice-President Class 1,2,3, 4; Football 1,2, 3, 4; Co- Captain 1,2,3; Basketball 1, 2,3,4, Captain 1,2, 3, 4; Base- ball 1,2, 3, 4; Beta Club Treasurer 3; Monogram Club 2; Social Club 3; Bible Club President 4; Junior Play; Senior Play; Superlative. JAMES DENNIS WISHON Photography Club 1; Com- mercial Club 3; Social Club 2; Monogram Club 4; Bus Drivers’ Club 4; Bus Driver 4; Baseball 1,2, 3, 4; Paper Staff 3; Superlative. Be4uon i MASCOTS Cla44 Poem. As the year ' 55 comes to its end We, Seniors, say good-bye to our many friends; We wish them luck through out the years. And wish them success in their careers. To our many teachers whom we hate to leave. And some to whom we will always cleave We say good-bye. From the dear old school with its meaning true. We leave with memories, old and new; It has been the scene of our start in life, And has taught us to search for truth and right. We will always hold its banner high. But now we salute as we pass by To say good-bye. We leave our hope, our luck, our tears. To those who follow in the coming years; To their success, as well as ours. We leave Mount Pleasant for future powers. One plea we make, through the years we thrive, Remember your classmates of ’55. And now good-bye. Kay Frances Stallings BcUeol Bo4iXf Oh, when Mount Pleasant High School falls in line We’re going to beat our rivals everytime. We’re going to sing and shout and make some noise Because our high school’s filled with loyal girls and boys. So, come on rah, rah, rah, Mount Pleasant High, We’re going to pledge ourselves to do or die. We’re going to sing our praises to the sky--by and by Mount Pleasant is the school for me. jn Me4fUi Ucum MARGARET ANN BARBEE October 17th, 1936 July 30th, 1954 QIga4 When the familiar ring of the school bell sounded in the fall of 1951, ninety-nine green fresh- men entered high school, with determination and hope of great accomplishments in the four years lying before them. Our advisors were Miss Ruth James, Mrs. John Richards, and Mr. Luther Adams. We chose Tony Arey, President; Morgan Walker, Vice-President; Mildred Mills, Secretary; and Linda Fisher, Treasurer. A Square Dance was held in the school auditorium as our first class party. At the close of school, a swimming party was held at Mirror Lake. Returning to our studies in the fall of 1952, our determination was higher than ever. The result of the election of officers was: Margie Smith, President; Morgan Walker, Vice- President; Frances Cook, Secretary; and Coy Plott, Treasurer. Our class advisors were Mrs. Carl Kluttz and Mr. Roy Webster. Since the Square Dance was so much fun the year before, our class again decided upon an- nother to be held in the school auditorium, as our first Sophomore party. The second one was a skating party which was held at Locust Skating Rink. At the close of school a swimming party was held at Happy’s Lake. Spring came and then Fall again, and we found ourselves entering school as Juniors. This was one of our busiest years. The class chose as their leaders Edgar Trexler, President; Morgan Walker, Vice-President; Mildred Mills, Secretary; and Kay Mullis, Treasurer. Our class chose Green and White as the class colors along with the white gardenia as class flower. Our motto was, “In Thy Light We May See Light.’’ Our advisors were Mrs. E. J. Harbison and Miss Carolyn Mills. A three-act comedy play was presented entitled, “The Imaginary Invalid.” The cast was Morgan Walker, Frances Goodman, Ann Hopkins, Linda Fisher, Bill McMahan, Coy Plott, George Hahn, Joe Barrier, Tony Arey, Nadine Petrea, and Edgar Trexler. The play was directed by Miss Mi lls. Our Junior-Senior Banquet came next. From the sale of Magazines, our class took the profit and presented the 1954 Junior-Senior Banquet, with “Graduation,’ as the theme. As our first party our Junior year, we chose a Square Dance in the school auditorium. Our last Junior party was held at the Lions Hut. Again the school bell rang. The Senior class of 1955 entered to finish their high school days. The class chose Edgar Trexler, President; Morgan Walker, Vice-President; Tommie Foil, Secretary; and Jarrette Hammill, Treasurer. The white gardenia was chosen as class flower. Baby blue and white were class colors. “They Can, Who Think They Can,’ was chosen as class motto. The Senior class presented as their play, “There Goes the Bride.’’ Those taking part in the play were: Morgan Walker, Mildred Mills, Linda Fisher, Tommie Foil, Frances Goodman, Edgar Trexler, Bill McMahan, Tony Arey, Ann Hopkins, Harvey Lyerly, and Nadine Petrea. The play was directed by Mrs. Harbison and Miss Sowell. A number of Seniors spent five very pleasant days in Washington, D. C. The hour has come to say farewell to our high school days. Never will we forget the long living memories of our high school life. Today we receive our diplomas. Tomorrow we lead. FRANCES GOODMAN Class Historian Pnjo pJtec f The other day as I was looking back over my 1955 annual, I began thinking about what all those seniors of ’55 are doing now in the year of 1969. The dreams of Lovine Burris, Earline Martin, Betty Barringer, Jane Allman, Nancy James and Barbara Baldwin have come true for these girls are now secretaries. Oh, yeah, Betty Sue Freeze is head secretary of a large firm in New York. , As vou know Frances Goodman was married before graduation, but she was not the only successful one in the field of matrimony. Iris Culp, Marie Goodman, Ann Hopkins, Jane Cline, Sue Cox, and Margie Smith have all made a touchdown in the game of love, too. Tony Arey has certainly gone all out in professional football. I saw in a New York paper, edited by Edgar Trexler, a few articles about Tony, Morgan Walker, and Coy Plott, who are coach- ing their own teams now. Speaking of sports, Jarrette Hammill is coaching girls’ basketball and Alice Harvell is playing for the Hanes Hosiery Mill Team. In case any of you get sick, we have plenty of nurses now. Joan Shoe, Doris Stancil, Miriam Goodman, Mary Frances Burris and Joyce Bodenheimer all chose nursing as their profession. I hear that they are very successful. Kay Allman, Kay Frances Stallings, Tommie Foil, Frances Cook, William Smith and Linda Fisher were interested in broadening their education so they chose their favorite colleges and went in search of knowledge. The latest news of them stated that they were still “slaving over books.’’ Passing a large farm yesterday that Kermit Cruse was auctioning off, I saw George Hahn. I wonder if George was buying another farm. Harold Crayton, Grady Ritchie, Herman Bost, Louis Suther, and George were all very interested in farming. If you see any sailors on the street, look closely; they may be Nook Corl, Joe Barrier, or Tommy Shinn. A few of our bus drivers are still driving. Norman Goodman and Bill Krimminger are driving transfer trucks; James Wishon is driving a bus for the Mount Pleasant Coach Company. Some of you may have seen those new teachers down at Mount Pleasant but in case you haven’t, Doris Troutman is teaching the second grade and Frances Hess is a first grade teacher. I always did say that they were interested in children. Kay Mullis and Mildred Mills are also teaching, but they prefer high school students. If you ever want to call a mechanic or a doctor, you will have to contact Vivian Faggart because she is a telephone operator. And, by the way, the best mechanic in town is Frank Kluttz. If you call the doctor, Doris Cline will answer because she is a secretary for our doctor here in Mount Pleasant. Brady Moose is head correspondent for Cannon Mills, and I hear that Kenneth Kimray is making a name for himself there too. When you travel around the country, you will see a lot of new construction work going on. The reason for that is because Victor Casper, Harvey Lyerly and Bill McMahan have all finished engineering school and are working to improve our state. Speaking of building things, somebody really went “all out’’ when they built that new plane with which Willard Moose set a flying record in the Air Force. Nadine Petrea is the only member of the class that I had no information on until I went shopping. After purchasing a new dress, I discovered it was a Nadine Petrea Original. I am very glad to know that all of the dreams of my class have come true. As for me, I am doing the least I can and taking life as easy as possible. LINDA CLINE Class Prophet JUg anA SECTION I Article l--We, the Senior Class of 1955, do hereby declare this to be our Last Will and Testament. Article II--T 0 our principal, Mr. Adams, and the faculty of Mount Pleasant High School, we leave our many thanks for the incalculable intellectual gifts and benevolent guidance bestowed upon us, not by the hands of time, but by the hands of those formerly stated devotees. Article III--T 0 the underclassmen who will soon travel the same paths we have tread, we leave the ideal standards which we have endeavored to maintain. SECTION II Nancy Allen leaves her curly hair on a rainy day to Shelby Leazer— get a permanent. Kay Allman leaves her position as chief cheerleader to Mary Ann Fisher. Jane Allman leaves her neat appearance to Joyce Eagle. Tony Arey leaves his A’s on conduct to Ed Lockhart, who will be needing them. Barbara Baldwin leaves her shy, quiet manner to any junior in need of an A on conduct. Joe Barrier leaves his way with the girls to Aaron Misenheimer. Betty Barringer leaves her perpetual smile to Patsy Hahn, as if she needed it. Joyce Bodenheimer leaves her reserved manner to any undignified junior. Herman Bost leaves his unique hobby--tearing out clutches in bus No. 32--to Ted Auten. Mary Frances Burris leaves her blonde tresses to any peroxided junior. Victor Casper leaves his unbroken bones to Joe Mills, in hopes that he won’t break the remainder of them in football next year. Doris Cline leaves MPHS slowly and nonchalantly. Jane Cline leaves her well worn textbooks to Jim Fisher, who will abuse them no more. Lovine Burris leaves her ability to get a diamond to Betsy Bost. Linda Cline leaves her unofficial position as chief noisemaker of the Senior Class to Sandra Burris. Frances Cook leaves her vocal chords to the MPHS cheering section, in order that the school spirit may survive next year. Harry Cook leaves his original air of indifference to any ambitious junior. Sue Cox leaves her position of news carrier to Margaret Rinehardt. Harold Crayton leaves his Ridge Crest jacket to any “cold-natured junior.” Kermit Cruse leaves his auctioneering ability to any voracious talker. Iris Colp leaves her bookkeeping book to Jerry Drye. Vivian Faggart leaves her sympathy to anyone having to tolerate boring classes. Linda Fisher leaves her Title of Miss Hi Miss to Dot Ridenhour. Tommie Foil leaves her title “Most Likely To Succeed” to her sister, Paula. Betty Sue Freeze leaves her sense of humor to Edith Boger. Frances Goodman leaves her fun loving ways to Hap James. Marie Goodman leaves her big brown eyes to any blue-eyed junior. Miriam Goodman leaves her fiery red hair to any junior possessing no temper. Norman Goodman leaves his title of King to any deserv- ing junior. George Hahn leaves his tactfulness with Mr. McLeod to Lipe Barrier. Jarrette Hammill leaves her ability to be an all county basketball star and co-captain of the basketball team to Sue Foil. Alice Harvell leaves her love of athletics to Jane Culp. Francos Hess leaves her friendliness and sparkling personality to Shirley Auten. Ann Hopkins leaves a certain football player under the management of Bar- bara Shaw--make him behave. Nancy James leaves her ability to go steady to Shirley Lambert. Kenneth Kimray leaves his bashfulness to any girl-crazy junior--it will keep you out of trouble. Frank Kluttz wills his bus to anyone wanting a trap. Bill Krimminger wills his D’s on conduct to Aaron Misenheimer. Earlene Martin leaves MPHS gladly. William McMahan wills his superb Spanish grades to Henry Fisher— may he improve them. Mildred Mills leaves her title “Best All Around” to her brother, Joe. Brady Moose leaves his neatness to Eddie Foil. Willard Moose leaves bus No. 18 to Johnny Humphrey in hopes that he will learn to drive. Kay Mullis wills her musical talents to Libby Herion. Nadine Petrea wills her title as chief majorette to Joyce Sides. Harvey Lyerly leaves his ability to sleep in economics class to any junior needing rest. Coy Piott wills his ability to get along with Mrs. Harbison to Luther de Diego, Jr. Grady Ritchie wills his black hair to any junior desiring it. Tommy Shinn wills his ability to skip classes to Merle Sollinger. Joan Shoe wills her daintiness to Joyce Eagle. William Smith wills his position as courier for the football team to Butch Barringer. Doris Stancil leaves her chemistry book to anyone who can obtain passing grades under Mrs. Leafe. Louis Suther wills his uncouth ways in English class to anyone unable to tolerate the boredom. Edgar Trexler wills the presidency of the Senior Class to Tommy Krimminger. Doris Troutman wills her hopes of being a superior college student to Lucille Ritchie. Morgan Walker leaves his firm foundation, namely his big feet, to any junior needing support. James Wishon wills his habit of depositing thumbtacks in seats to Harold Cline. KAY MULLIS Class Testator Miu Jli Mm MISS LINDA LEE FISHER Miss Hi Miss is chosen for her outstanding scholastic record, her forceful leader- ship, her sparkling personality, and her natural beauty and charm. Sup e tiatUtei. “MOST POPULAR” L inda F i sher Coy Plott “WITTIEST” “FRIENDLIEST” Frances Hess William Smith Linda Cl ine Harvey Lyerly Nadine Petrea Victor Casper Si4 pe uxUlueA Jane Al I man Brady Moose Kay Mullis Bill McMahan i, trances Cook Harry Cook Jarrette Hammi 1 1 T ony Arey Bii neAicUwe “BEST ALL AROUND” Mildred Mills Morgan Walker “MOST LIKELY TO SUCCEED” Edgar Trexler T ommie Foil “BEST LOOKING” “MOST STUDIOUS’’ Kay Allman James Wishon Lovine Burris Norman Goodman 444U0A. QIo 4A O ice Tommy Krimminger James Moser Sandra Burris Joyce Eagle President V ice-President Treasurer Secretary MARVIN BOST EUGENE BURRIS SANDRA BURRIS HAROLD CLINE LARRY CLINE NED CLINE MAX CRUSE JOYCE EAGLE GENE EARNHARDT EUGENE FAGGART PEGGY FINK SARA FINK HENRY FISHER JIMMY FISHER EDDIE FOIL EARL GRAY SHIRLEY GRAY TED HAGLER PATSY HAHN ELIZABETH HENLEY PEGGY HENLEY NED HUDSON JOHNNY HUMPHREY WAYNE ISENHOUR TOMMY KRIMMINGER SHELBY LEAZER EDWARD LOCKHARDT JOYCE MILLER GILES MISENHEIMER WHITAKER MOOSE JAMES MOSER DOT RIDENHOUR BOBBY JOE RINEHARDT JUNIOR RINEHARDT LUCILLE RITCHIE BOB SAFRIT REBA SHINN ROBERT SHINN KENNETH SIFFORD KAY STONER DORIS TALLEY JOE EDDIE TROUTMAN MARGIE WEAVER GENE YARBOROUGH «« JIMMY ALLMAN CECIL ALLMON SHIRLEY AUTEN EVELYN BALLARD LIRE BARRIER, JR. WILSON BAUCOM EDITH BOGER ALICE BOST BOBBY BROOKS JAMES BROOKS BOBBY BURRIS JANE CULP RAY DEAL JEAN DOBY CLYDE DRYE BARBARA DULIN IRIS DUNLAP FRANCES EUDY MAE EURY GAIL FAGGART BUDDY FISHER MARY ANN FISHER PAULA FOIL SUE FOIL TOMMY FREEMON JAMES RALPH FURR WAYNE FURR JERRY HAMMILL ELIZABETH HERION RACHEL HONEYCUTT PATSY HUNSUCKER CLETUS HURLOCKER ROBERT ISENHOUR HAPPY JAMES EVELYN KEZIAH LORETTA LAMB LUCILLE LAMBERT SUE LINKER LOIS LONG HAvis McDonald WAYNE MILLER DICKY MILLS JOE MILLS ALLAN MOOSE J. F. MORGAN HAROLD MOSER JOYCE MOSER DIANE MULLIS GLENN RIMER MARGARET ANN RINEHARDT BOBBY ROSS JANE STALLINGS MARVIN STALLINGS TROY TALLY JERRY TUCKER BARBARA SHAW JOYCE SIDES NANCY SMIThl SHELBY TROUTMAN ARCHIE VANHOY SONNY VICKERS EDWARD VON CANNON AUDREY WALKER ALVIN YORKE GENA ALEXANDER KIRBY ALLEN KAY ALLMAN KENNETH ALLMON RAY ALLMON MURIEL ALLMOND EARNEST BARNHARDT “BUTCH” BARRINGER HELEN BLACKWELDER SHIRLEY BLACKWELDER CORA BOGER BARBARA JO BRAWLEY FRANCES BROOKS DONALD BURRIS EARL BURRIS MARY RUTH BUSBIN LARRY CAUBLE BARBARA CARPENTER DONALD CLINE R. W. CONNELL BOBBY COOK ROBERT COX SUE CRAYTON DAN CULP LUTHER de DIEGO KENNETH DEAL JAY DRY JERRY DRYE BILLY EARNHARDT KAY FINK GEORGE FISHER ALICE FOUTZ ETHEL GANDY NANCY GREENE FLORENCE ANN HAHN ie Uune4i BOBBY HAMMILL GLEEN HARWOOD BOYD HATLEY JUNE HEINTZ M. L. HEINTZ CLAUDE HURLOCKER DAVID KIMREY MARY ANN KLUTTZ SHIRLEY LAMBERT BOYCE LINKER TRACY LINKER RAY LITAKER MIKE LITTLE BUDDY LOMAX KAY LOWDER SHELBIA LOU MANUS EDWARD McDANIEL ARCHIE MILLER LARRY MILLER f BETTY MOOSE f DON MOSER I DOYLE NEAL ,, THYRA PENNINGER 1} FRANCES ANN PETREA BETHINIA RICE LYNN RITCHIE LUTHER ROSS BILLY SCOTT MIKE SHINN SYLVIA SHUE MARILYN SIFFORD MARTIN STANCIL ANNE TALLY BOBBIE TUCKER BOBBY TUCKER JOAN TUCKER GEORGE WALKER TRECCIA WARD CAROL WHITE GAIL WHITLEY JANE WILEY DAVID YARBOROUGH BARBARA ALLMAN MARY CATHRIN ALLMAN PEGGY BALLARD WORTH BARBEE WILLIAM BARNHARDT CYNTHIA BARRIER CECIL BARRINGER JIMMY BENTON DORIS ANN BLACKWELDER DOLLY BOGER RAY BOST BRENDA BOWERS DWIGHT BRAFFORD DONALD BURRIS LARRY BURRIS BOBBY BYRD MARLENE CLINE SHIRLEY CLINE SUE DELLA CLINE WAYNE COBLE DORIS COLEY FRANCES COLEY PEGGY LEE DRYE VARAH DRY GENE EDGISON BETTY JANE EUDY JOYCE EUDY FAYE EUDY HARRY FINK ROBERT FINK DONALD FISHER JESSIE FISHER LARRY FISHER C. E. FOSTER SAUNDRA FURR ROBERT GANDY ELIZABETH HAHN ELLEN HAHN TED HAHN WAYNE HAMMILL DAVID HARKEY LANDON HARWOOD EDDIE HATLEY MYRON HATLEY VIOLET HENLEY RAY HINSON LARRY HOLLAND PATSY HONEYCUTT REBEKAH HONEYCUTT !] EVALYEAN HOUGH REBECCA HURLOCKER BONNIE KEZIAH CRISTINE KING FRED KING JOANNA KLUTTZ WATSON KLUTTZ BOBBY KRIMMINGER BECKY LINKER MARY FRANCES LINKER MELVIN LITAKER FRANK LOMAX JO CAROL LOVE JOHNNY MASON ROBERT McCARN ALLEN McDonald NORMA JEAN McFADDEN MARSHALL McLEOD KAY McLESTER DORA MAE McMAHAN LARRY MILLER " PERK” MORRIS JOYCE ANN NEAL J. FRANK PAGE ROSE ELLA PAGE BECKY PARK JOE PARKER JOE PLESS BARBARA RICE LINDA RINEHARDT WILLIAM SAFRIT BOYCE SHUE BOYD SHUE SHELBY SHUE MITCHELL SIMPSON RACHEL SIMPSON ETHELYN SMITH CAROLYN STEGALL JOHNNY STEGALL JENE TALLY SARAH VIRGINIA TROUTMAN CAROL VON CANNON EDNA RUTH WAGNER GERALD WAGNER TOMMY WALTER HAL WETTER LOUISE WINECOFF RAYMOND YATES VONCILLE YOST ELEANOR DRYE ActUUtieA. I ' MARSHALS Seated, Left to Right: Linda Fisher, Frances Cook (Chief), Lovine Burris, Kay Mullis. Standing, Left to Right: Whitaker Moose, Patsy Hahn, Mary Frances Eudy, Loretta Lamb, Eliza beth Herion, Sue Foil, Henry Fisher. OFFICE SECRETARIES Seated: Ellen Blackwelder, Secretary to Principal. Student Secretaries: Barbara Shaw, Doris Cline, Betty Barringer, Kay Allman, Doris Troutman Linda Fisher, Lovine Burris, Tommie Foil. BETA CLUB Edgar Trexler, President; Jane Allman, Betty Barringer, Shirley Beatty, Betsy Bost, Lovine Burris, Sandra Burris, Jane Cline, Ned Cline, Frances Cooke, Joyce Eagle, Gene Earnhardt, Henry Fisher, Linda Fisher, Tommie Foil, Patsy Hahn, Jarrette Hammill, Frances Hess, Ann Hopkins, Ned Hudson, Nancy James, Thomas Krimminger, Joyce Mi I ler. Mi Idred Mills, Whitaker Moose, James Moser, Kay Mullis, Dorothy Ridenhour, Lucille Ritchie, Margie Smith, Doris Talley, Doris Troutman, Morgan Walker. BUS DRIVERS CLUB First Row; James Moser, Cletus Hurlocker, Kenneth Sifford, Junior Rinehardt, Ted Auten, Kermit Cruse, Tony Arey, Bill Krimminger, Nook Corl, Brady Moose. Second Row; Johnny Humphrey, Larry Cline, James Wishon, Frank Kluttz, Willard Moose, Max Cruse, Eugene Faggart, Aaron Misenheimer, Harry Cook, Ned Cline, Norman Goodman, Luther Adams, Principal . LIBRARY CLUB Shirley Lambert, President; Marlyn Safrit, Florence Hahn, Thyra Penninger, Edith Boger, Nancy Green, Helen Blackwelder, Gail Faggart, Nancy Smith, Iris Dunlap, Kenneth Deal, George Fisher, Glenn Rimer, Claud Hurlocker, Merle Sollinger, Jimmy Allman, David Yarbrough, Doris Stancil, Shirley Blackwelder, Muriel Allman, Donald Cline, Mary Helen Shue, Jannette Alexander, Don Ef ird. BIBLE CLUB Centet: George Hahn, Miss Griffin, Bill Krimminger. First Row: Paula Foil, Sue Foil, Shirley Auten, Elizabeth Herion, Happy James, Grady Ritchie, Frances Hess (President), Ann Hopkins, Sue Cox, Jane Cline, Sue Linker, Zula May Eur y, Doris Stancil. Second RovJ; Morgan Walker, Robert Shinn, Ernest Barnhardt, Kenneth Kimray, Dickey Mills, Johnny Humphrey, Louis Suther, Frances Eudy, Rachel Honeycutt, Sara Fink, Shirley Smith, Bill McMahan. PRIZE WINNING FAIR BOOTH TRAVEL CLUB Dan Culp, President; Kirby Allen, Evelyn Ballard, Lipe Barrier, Edward VonCannon, Jerry Cas- per, Bobby Cook, Luther de Diego, Barbara Dulin, Buddy Fisher, Tommy Freeman, Ethel Gandy, Boyd Honeycutt, Robert Isenhour, Evelyn Keziah, Buddy Lomax, Charles Moose, J. F. Morgan, Harold Moser, Troy Talley, Audrey Walker, Lynn Ritchie, Wayne Furr, Archie Vanhoy, Alvin Yorke, Mike Little. BOOSTERS CLUB Glenn Harwood, Cecil Allman, Eddie Shoe, Bob Ross, Max Cruse, Frank Klutz, Marvin Bost, Don Moser, Ray Litaker, George Walker, Larry Cauble, Donald Burris, Archie Miller, Luther Ross, Martin Stancil, Bobby Tucker, Robert Safrit, Junior Rinehardt, Ken Allman, Norman Beach, Ray Allman, M. L. Heintz, Boyce Linker, Billy Scott, Tracy Linker, Edward McDaniel, Cletus Hurlocker, David Kimray, Doyle Neal, Norman Goodman. GLEE CLUB Edgar Trexler, Linda Fisher, Kay Stallings, Lucille Lambert, Loretta Lamb, Kay Stoner, Shirley Gray, Nadine Petrea, Florence Hahn, Whitaker Moose, Muriel Allman, Ann Hopkins, Mary Frances Burris, Peggy Fink, Diane Mullis, Frances Goodman, Sue Foil, Elizabeth Herion, Kay Fink, Shir- ley Lambert, Thyra Penninger, Sue Crayton, Tommy Krimminger, Joe Troutman, R. W. Connell, Gene Earnhardt, Kenneth Sifford, Shelby Leazer, Libby Henley, Lucille Ritchie, Joyce Eagle, Paula Foil, Butch Barringer, Happy James, Sandra Burris, Dot Ridenhour, Doris Talley, Joan Shue, Kay Allman, Sonny Vickers, Joyce Miller, Bill McMahan (President), Jane Culp, Jane Stallings, Frances Eudy, Doris Stancil, Shirley Auten, Alice Bost. FUTURE TEACHERS CLUB Dot Ridenhour, President; Sandra Burris, Joyce Eagle, Lucille Ritchie, Doris Tally, Joyce Miller, Betsy Bost, Patsy Hahn, Sonny Vickers, Frances Petrea, Shelbia Lou Manus, June Heintz, Gail Whitley, Kay Mull is. COMMERCIAL CLUB Joe Barrier, A. L. Barringer, Wilson Baucom, Herman Bost, Earl Burris, Jim Brooks, Harold Cline, Larry Cline, R. W. Connell, Nook Cotl, Harold Crayton, Jean Doby, Clyde Drye, Jay Drye, Eugene Faggart, Vivian Faggart, Mary Ann Fisher, Willie Furr, Alice Harvell, Boyd Hatley, Wayne Isenhour, Doris Cline, President; Harvey Lyerly, Earlene Martin, Barbara Shaw, Mike Shinn, Joan Shoe. DRAMATICS CLUB Joe Troutman, President; Dianne Mullis, Margaret Rinehardt, Jane Stallings, Lois Long, Joyce Moser, Barbara Jo Brawley, Joann Tucker, Treccia Ward, Bobbie Tucker, Lucille Lambert, Lou- retta Lamb, Kay Fink, Joyce Sides, Havis McDonald, Wayne Miller, Allan Moose, Jerry Hammill, Larry Miller, Cora Boger, Bobby Hammill, Poe Lowder, Bill Earnhai ' dt, Mike Little, Bob Brooks, Betty Moose, Johnny Rice, Shelby Troutman, Marvin Stallings, Jerry Drye. MONOGRAM CLUB Tommy Krimminger, President; Edgar Trexler, Whitaker Moose, Eddie Foil, Kay Allman, Jane Culp, James Moser, Ray Cauble, Jimmy Fisher, Ned Blackwelder, Linda Cline, Jarrette Hammill, Frances Goodman, Nadine Petrea, Frances Cook, Mildred Mills, Joe Mills, Mr. Harrill, James Wishon, Kermit Cruse, Jerry Tucker, Tony Arey, William Smith, Victor Casper, Coy Plott, Linda Fisher. F. H. A. CLUB Shirley B I ackwe Ider, Cora Boger, Barbara Brawley, Frances Brooks, Mary Busbin, Doris Cline, Frances Cook, Barbara Dulin, Iris Dunlap, Maye Fury, Gail Faggart, Vivian Faggart, Mary Ann F i sher, Tommie Foi I ,, Pres c enf, Alice Foutz, Jarrette Hammill, June Heintz, Frances Hess, Rachel Honeycutt, Mary Ann Kluttz, Elizabeth Linker, Sue Linker, Earlene Martin, Mildred Mills, Betty Moose, Marilyn Safrit, Nancy Smith, Anne Talley, Joann Tucker, Treccia Ward, Margaret Rinehardt. F. F. A. CLUB Willard Moose, President; George Hahn, Joe Barrier, Herman Bost, Tommy Shinn, Aaron Misenheimer, Grady Rit- chie, Cecil Allman, Lipe Barrier, Wilson Baucom, Walter Fisher, Jerry Hammill, Larry Miller, J. F. Morgan, Allen Moose, Charlie Moose, Johnny Rice, Bobby Ross, Marvin Stallings, Troy Talley, Archie Vanhoy, Edward Von- Cannon, Alvin York, Bobby Lefler, Jerry Casper, Harold Crayton, Kenneth Kimray, Bill Krimminger, Frank Kluttz, Ned Cline, Ned Blackwelder, Jim Brooks, Marvin Bost, Larry Miller, Max Cruse, Clyde Drye, Gene Earnhardt, Ned Hudson, Johnny Humphrey, Cletus Hurlocker, Giles Misenhiemer, James Moser, Junior Rinehardt, Robert Safrit, Robert Shinn, Kenneth SiflFord, Lewis Suther, Jim Fisher, Norman Beach, Carl Overcash, Kirby Allen, Earn- est Barnhardt, Donald Cline, Dan Culp, Jerry Dry, Bobby Gene Hammill, M. L. Heintz, Claud Hurlocker, David Kimray, Boyce Linker, Pcre Lowder, Kay Lowder, Donald Moser, Edward McDaniel, Doyle Neal, Lynn Ritchie, Ed die Shoe, George Walker, Kenneth Pethel. HOME ECONOMICS LOUNGE SOCIAL CLUB Margie Smith, President; Miriam Goodman, Jane Allman, Tommie Foil, Doris Troutman, Brady Moose, Willard Moose, Lovine Burris, Bobby Burris, Ray Deal, James Furr, Ted Hagler, Kenneth Sifford, Ned Cline, Gene Earnhardt, Henry Fisher, Joe Troutman, Shirley Beatty, Shirley Gray, Peggy Fink, Kay Stoner, Peggy Henley, Margie Weaver, Ted Auten, Reba Shinn, Libby Henley, Shelby Leazer, Barbara Baldwin, Joyce Bodenheimer, Betty Sue Freeze, Iris Culp, Kay Frances Stallings, Marie Goodman, Frances Efird, Betty Barringer, Nancy James, Mary Frances Burris, Earl Gray, Bobby Joe Rinehardt, Eugene Yarborough, Giles Misenheimer, Ned Hudson. V ( 1 1 W •• V 1 L mi fc K BAND CHRISTMAS PARADE Seated, Left to Right: Linda Fisher (President); Margaret Rinehardt, Jo Carol Love, Elizabeth Hahn, Luther Barrier. Second Row: John Litaker, Norma Jean McFadden, Marshall McLeod, Myron Hat- ley, Tamara Hahn, Terry Scott. Standing: Robert McCarn, Faye Eury, George Hahn, Ann Lanier, Archie Smith. Not Pictured; Doris Troutman, Glenn Rimer, Edgar Trexler. Left to Right: Joe PI ess, Bobby Brooks, Luther de Diego. (Not Pictured; Merle Sollinger.) Seated: Nadine Petrea (Chief); Paula Foil, Frances Wiley, June Heintz, Joyce Sides. Standing: Sue Cox, Frances Cook, Frances Goodman, Betty Barringer, Pat- sy Hahn. Seated, First Row: George Fisher, Butch Barringer, Wayne Mor- ris, Tommie Foil. Second Row: William Barnhardt, Bobby Tucker, Ted Hagler. Standing: David Yarborough, Happy James, Buddy Lomax. (Not Pictured; David Hahn.) EVER EVERYDAY LIFE JjM Milium JUNIOR PLAY CAST Nadine Petrea (floor), Frances Goodman, Ann Hopkins, Morgan Walker, Linda Fisher, Bill Mc- Mahan, Miss Carolyn Mills, Advisor; Coy Plott, Tony Arey, Edgar Trexler, Victor Casper, George Hahn. SENIOR PLAY CAST Ann Hopkins, Tony Arey, Nadine Petrea, Morgan Walker, Mildred Mills, Linda Fisher, Bill Mc- Mahan, Tommie Foil, Harvey Lyerly, William Smith, Miss Madge Sowell, Advisor; Frances Good- man, Edgar Trexler. HOMECOMING QUEEN AND ATTENDANTS ATTENDANTS Lucille Ritchie - Sue Foil QUEEN Joyce Eagle CO-CAPTAINS Harry Cook - Tony Arey QUEEN: Kay Allman KING: Norman Goodman KING AND QUEEN PRINCE AND PRINCESS PRINCESS; Becky Parks PRINCE: Myron Hatley CHRISTMAS DANCE JUNIOR-SENIOR BANQUET ACTIVITY BUS DONATED BY MOUNT PLEASANT LION ' S CLUB DRIVER ' S TRAINING CAR LOANED BY SHOE-O ' NEAL MOTOR COMPANY, CONCORD, N. C. Player and coach alike were honored at Mount Pleasant’s first Football Banquet. Pictured above are the trophy winners of the 1954 Tiger grid squad. From left to right: Coach Charlie Harrill, Tony Arey, the recipient of the Most Valuable Player Trophy, Coy Plott, awarded the Best Sportsmanship Award, Clarence Stassavich, head football coach at Lenoir Rhyne College, the guest for the banquet, and Morgan Walker, given the Best Defensive Player Trophy. ATHLETIC BANQUET i AtUtetioi Cltee Uecuie JANE CULP LINDA CLINE PATSY HUNSUCKER •ht . JOHNNY AREY SONNY VICKERS JOYCE EAGLE JEAN DOBY FRANCES BROOKS LORETTA LAMB MARY ANN FISHER SANDRA BURRIS ACTION SNAPS Tl O c o Q 3 7T " 0 Q (O DD O cr O " n o o 7T o 73 cn o cr cr □3 C Ln (D n o 3 O. o □3 -n O O 7T 73 O n o Q O n o — “0 ( o fill Q_ fii Qu Q_ □□ ■ ? Q S Q (Q " n m ■ S — Q_ [— Q in Q_ . 3 3 - — Q (B 5 X ' § ' ■’-0 5 ?. r’ o 2 . 2 . Q — N 3 3 5- ? 0 z: Q — “» — • ' Q ro 3 = CO _ 3 - o 0“ o “t o c CQ o 03 •n Q Q_ - O t 03 ' m -I Q D ’ ? CO 2 : q o — o cn “ 73 Q n Q C cr 3 3 S “O -r 3 X 1 . CO ? n • o o :r- 2 . C 3 m Q- $ Q O 3 " X o 3 o :: c oc U3 7 T O IT Vt Q C_ O o CO Q 3 S Si ' S- R COACH HARRILL FIRST TEAM PLAYERS | Mt. Pleasant 13 Mt. Pleasant 12 Mt. Pleasant 35! Mt. P leasant 7 Mt. Pleasant 14 Mt. Pleasant 12 Mt. Pleasant 13 Mt. Pleasant 19 Mt. Pleasant 0 Mt. Pleasant 25 HERMAN BOST T ock e “BUTCH” BARRINGER T ackle TED AUTEN End TONY AREY FOOTBALL TEAM SCORE JIM BROOKS Tackle B ack VICTOR CASPER T ackle RAY CAUBLE Back Back ILL McMAHAN Guard ARCHIE MILLER B ack WAYNE MILLER Guard JOE MILLS Back JAMES MOSER Center ALLEN MOOSE WHITAKER MOOSE End Guard TOMMY KRIMMINGER " Center EDWARD LOCKHART B ack SCHEDULE jfEAM iRohanan -ooleemee Granite Quarry Vinecoff i?ockwel I )al las iartsell ■lorwood 4t. Holly ;Ileveland SCORE 12 6 6 18 6 6 13 6 13 0 POE LOWDER Back CO-CAPTAINS Tony Arey - Harry Cook FIRST TEAM PLAYERS BILL KRIMMINGER Center : ARRY cook i Back JIM FISHER T ackle M. L. HEINTZ Guard FRANK PAGE B ack COY PLOTT End JUNIOR RINEHARDT WILLIAM SMITH JERRY TUCKERMORGAN WALKERS Guard Guard End End DAVID YARBOROUGH Back MILDRED MILLS Forward ALICE HARVELL Forward FRANCES COOK Forward GIRLS ' BASKETBALL JANE CULP Guard JARRETTE HAMMILL Guard LINDA CLINE Guard COY PLOTT Guard TONY AREY Guard BOYS ' BASKETBALL EDGAR TREXLER Forward MORGAN WALKER Center HAROLD CLINE Forward GIRLS ' BASKETBALL Front Row.-Nadine Petrea, Jarrette Hammill, Alice Marvell, Mildred Mills, Jane Culp, Frances Cook, Coach Harrill. Second Row: Butch Barringer (Manager), Lucille Ritchie, Shirley Auten, Linda Cline, Doris Talley, Joyce Sides, Harry Cook (Manager). Third RovV; Barbara Shaw, Dot Ridenhour, Mary Ruth Busbin, Kay Stallings, Alice Bost. Fourth RovV; Sue Foil, Paula Foil, Shelbia Lou Manus, Frances Ann Petrea, Shirley Blackwelder. Fifth Row June Heintz, Elizabeth Henley, Peggy Fink, Jane Stallings, Thyra Penninger, Florence Hahn, Sue Crayton. BOYS ' BASKETBALL First Row, Left to Right: Coy Plott, Edgar Trexler, Morgan Walker, Tony Arey, Harold Cline, Coach Charlie Harrill. Second RovV; Bobby Burris, Joe Mills, Glenn Rimer, Eugene Burris, Eddie Foil. Third RoW; Luther de Diego, Tommy Krimminger (Score keeper), Harry Cook (Manager), Butch Barringer (Manager), Merle Sollinger. X 1 IT KERMIT CRUSE HARRY COOK JAMES WISHON BASEBALL First Row: Tony Arey, Harry Cook, Junior Rinehordt, Morgan Walker, Harold Cline, Ned Blackwelder, James Moser. Second Row; Coach Harrill, Victor Casper, Grady Ritchie, Ted Auten, Brady Moose, Nook Corl, Bobby Burris, Coy Plott, Eddie Foil, Eugene Burris. Third Row; James Wishon, Herman Bost, Edward Lockhart, Kermit Cruse, Glenn Rimer, Larry Miller, Brndv Yost. Max Cruse. ’ p- 1 Compliments of Kindley Cotton Mills MT. PLEASANT, NORTH CAROLINA BEST WISHES SENIOR CLASS OF 1955 We are happy to have been privileged to serve you with our milk and dairy products during your happy days at Mount Pleasant High. As you leave your high school days behind you and look forward into the future years, please continue using plenty of our dairy products. And we feel that you will continue to have hcppy days. Always Ask For Grade Pasteurized Homogenized Milk and Ideal Ice Cream and Other Dairy Products of Cabarrus Creamery Co., Inc. 357 NORTH CHURCH ST. PHONE 2181 CONCORD, NORTH CAROLINA s II fl Herff-Jones Company E. L. Hedrick Representative MAKERS OF THE MOUNT Pl.FASANT HIGH SCHOOL CLASS RINGS SINCE 1935 I i Proprietors: Archie Fisher and Buford Eornhort Phone 361 1 Mt. Pleasant, North Carolina Concord Tractor Motor Co. International Harvester Truck Complete Line of McCormick Form Equipment SALES SERVICE 191 W. Corban St. Concord, North Carolina s Mount Pleasant Milling Co " MANUFACTURERS OF FLOUR, MEAL, AND FEED " Phone 3481 Mt. Pleasant, North Carolina Best Wishes Wilkinson ' s Inc. FURNITURE AND APPLIANCES Established 1903 Dial 3164 292 N. Church St. Concord, North Carolina Kannapolis Bakery " Golden Crust Bread and Tasty Cakes Phone 8136 or 7146 Kannapolis, North Carolina Jim Wise Studios MANY THANKS FOR THE PRIVELEGE OF MAKING YOUR ANNUAL PHOTOGRAPHS " Concord ' s Newest and Finest " One Day Roll Film Service Phone 8103 Market St. Ground Floor Concord, North Carolina MAXWELL BROTHERS FURNITURE Phone 2268-2269 27-31 East Depot St. Concord, North Carolina MILLER LUMBER COMPANY I M. D. Kluttz, Manager : BUILDING MATERIAL j Phone 2341 ’ Mt. Pleasant, North Carolina E. L MORRISON LUMBER COMPANY LUMBER AND BUILDING MATERIAL Telephone 3216 267 West Corban St. Concord, North Carolina CRUSE ' S Rimertown I MEATS- Wholesale or Retail | Butchering Done for Public Phone 25061 ! Concord, North Carolina Compliments of SHOE-O ' NEAL MOTORS SALES AND SERVICE Modern Body Shop Wilmor Pork Concord, North Corolinu EUDY ' S SERVICE STATION GROCERIES— COLD DRINKS GOOD GULF GASOLINE OIL Phone 3774 Mt. Pleasant, North Carolina PIEDMONT CHEVROLET CO., INC. i N. Church St. Ext. KALE-LAWING CO. ! Wil Mar Pork " Complete Office : SALES AND SERVICE Outfitters " ' Night Wrecker — Dial 6107 Phone 2216 27 S. Union Street Phone 6176 1 NEW AND USED PASSENGER CARS AND TRUCKS Concord, N.C. Concord, North Carolina i 1 TUSCARORO COTTON MILL With Continued Good Wishes for " The Tigers " Mt. Pleasant, North Carolina SHERRILL FURNITURE COMPANY Westinghouse FURNITURE TELEVISION Electric Appliances Same Quality - Lower Prices Dial 7631 230 McGill St. Concord, North Carolina ; Compliments of CAROL-MAY HOSIERY MILL ' I ' ' ■ Phone 5216 or 24876 Concord, North Carolina CABARRUS BANK AND TRUST COMPANY Will Be Happy to Serve You Concord, North Carolina Compliments of COOK ' S PACKING PLANT PORK AND BEEF PACKERS Concord, North Carolina Compliments of MOUNT PLEASANT HOSIERY MILL Phone 3301 Mt. Pleasant, North Carolina Compliments of PIEDMONT BANK TRUST CO. Phone 3601 Mt. Pleasant, North Carolina FORTY MINER GRILL Harry Hahn, Prop. Phone 3612 Highway 49 and N. Main. St. Mt. Pleasant, North Carolina MEDLIN ' S SPORTING GOODS | ATHLETIC— HUNTING ! HOBBY— FISHING j 92 South Union | ii Phone 2-8056 | Concord, North Carolina s MAGNETO ELECTRIC SERVICE 223 West Depot St. Phone 6285 Concord, North Carolina NEWTON ' S RADIO TELEVISION SERVICE 230 McGill Street Phone 8039 Concord, North Carolina Compliment ' S of " SKATELAND " Mr. and Mrs. S. L. Barbee Proprietors Phone 27243 Highway 29 ! Concord, North Carolina I THE HUB, INC. FURNITURE KELVINATOR APPLIANCES 51 Buffalo Street Phones: 5115 26036 Concord, North Carolina ♦ TURNER FURNITURE CO. j I Highway 29 | " Ouf from high prices " | I Phone 23924 j Concord, North Carolina | I; For The Gifts You I; ' ' Give With Pride ' ! Let I ' ' ELLIS JEWELERS " | Be Your Guide | f i Concord, North Carolina | Compliments of DAIRY QUEEN Concord, North Carolina Compliments of COX BARBER SHOP BATHS Mt Pleasant, North Carolina FOIL ' S INC. SCRAP IRON AND METAL DEALER Phone 4268 Caldwell Street Concord, North Carolina PLOTT ' S FLORIST " Flowers For Ail Occasions " Phone 2-5676 Mt, Pleasant, N. C. Mt. Pleasant, North Carolin 1 1 Compliments of I i 1 GREEN HILL DAIRY FARM Compliments of CITY DRY CLEANERS 1 Phone 3182 Phone 2731 1 ; Route 1 1 Mt Pleasant, North Carolina Mt Pleasant, North Carolina L- — s Compliments of A. L. BARRINGER Mt Pleasant, North Carolina Compliments of JEAN ' S BEAUTY SHOP Phone 3851 Mt. Pleasant, North Carolina I J " ■ ' - WINECOFF MOTOR 1 Compliments of | LINES, INC. CABARRUS COUNTY ' Interstate Commerce Certificate SHERIFF DEPT. : No. 45736 ( Telephone 2171 E M (Tubby) Logan, Sheriff : P. 0. Box 827 ( Davidson Drive and Highway 29 Concord, North Carolina i Concord, North Carolina THE QUESTION SHOP RADIO SUPPLIES ELECTRONIC EQUIPMENT S. Spring at Barbrick Street Phone 3264 Concord, North Carolina T ' -7 Compliments of SENIOR CLASS 1955 Mt Pleasant, North Carolina With Best Wishes From | THE CONCORD NATIONAL BANK ! " No Account Too Large — None Too Small " Concord, North Carolina Congratulations Class of 1955 j LEDER BROTHERS I DEPARTMENT STORE I SHOP WITH CONFIDENCE WEAR WITH PRIDE I South Union St. I Concord, North Carolina H. E. HALL FURNITURE CO. Home of Friendly Service I 16 West Depot Street | Phone 2259 | Concord, North Carolina | s s — — GOODMAN ' S I GROCERY j FANCY AND STABLE GROCERIES Mt Pleasant, North Carolina | j - Compliments of BURRIS ' GROCERY H. M. BARRIER ESSO DEALER DRY GOODS GROCERIES FEEDS AND FERTILIZER Mt. Pleasant, North Carolina Mt. Pleasant, North Carolina NU-TRED TIRE SERVICE Quality Recapping Complete Tire Service Phone 6218 524 North C+iurch Street Concord, North Carolina YORKE AND WADSWORTH HARDWARD South Church Street Concord, North Carolina s Compliments of JOHN H. HERION Mt. Pleasant, North Carolina WILLIAMS-HANCOCK MOTOR CO. Desoto Plymouth SALES AND SERVICE Office Phones: 2229 — 2220 24 Hour Wrecker Service Day Phones: 2229 — 2220 Night Phones: 23284 — 23283 Concord, North Carolina Compliments of HOTEL CONCORD Phone 2261 MAULDIN ' S STORE GROCERIES AND MEATS Phone 2284 26-28 Barbrick St. Concord, North Carolina . — 4 Concord, North Carolina BILL S SUPER MARKET GROCERIES OIL — GAS Phone 3241 Mt, Pleasant, North Carolina H. M. BARRINGER CITY SERVICE GAS ;! GROCERIES Phone 3242 Mt Pleasant, North Carolina RICH ' S ESSO SERVICE WASHING— GREASING OIL CHANGE Phone 3371 Mt Pleasant, North Carolina FARMER ' S SERVICE STATION ESSO GAS — OIL GROCERIES — MEATS — FEEDS Phone 8345 Mt Pleasant Hwy. Mt. Pleasant, North Carolina Compliments of QUINCY COLLINS FURNITURE CO. Phone 2802 1 Concord, North Carolina j HAYWOOD-RICHARD HARDWARE I Phone 2224 { Concord, North Carolina s SHUFORD INSURANCE AGENCY MUTUAL INSURANCE Archey Building Phone 2219 Concord, North Carolina LOWRANCE IMPLEMENT CO., INC. Dealers for modern power farm machinery new and used HOMELITE CHAIN SAWS ALLIS-CHALMERS NEW HOLLAND Highway 29 Concord. North Carolina HEILIG ' S STORE General Merchandise T-V SERVICE — WATCH REPAIR DEEP FREEZE APPLIANCES CBS RADIOS SETS Phone 24 1 1 Mt. Pleasant, North Carolina A. C. LENTZ HARNESS SHOP SADDLES — COLLARS HARNESSES Highway 49 BARRINGER ' S GROCERY KIRK ' S GARAGE FRESH MEATS 0 DeDiego VEGETABLES AND FRUITS L A Kirk Phone 321 1 GENERAL AUTO REPAIR Mt Pleasant, N.C 1 Mt. Pleasant, North Caroline MAC ' S SINCLAIR y r i i s i 1 } SERVICE i i ' Phone 2323 1 1 Highway 49 — Mt Pleasant, North Carolina Compliment ' S of EAGLES BARBER SHOP Phone 2667 Mt. Pleasant, North Carolina 1 ■t NAN ' S GIFT SHOP SPORTSWEAR— CHILDREN ' S WEAR HOSIERY AND A COMPLETE LINE OF GIFTS Phone 3572 South Main Street Mt. Pleasant, North Carolina ROBERTS STUDIO Lawson Bonds PORTRAIT AND COMMERCIAL PHOTOGRAPHER 93 S. Union St. Dial 3157 Concord, North Carolina ( I % t i i % r D. R. FURNITURE HOUSE " Nobody But Nobody Beats our Prices " Dial 2-9016 Concord, N.C. Konnopolis-Concord Hwy. 29A ROBINSON ' S, INC. Specialty Shop tor Women and Children Concord, North Carolina Compliments ot E. B. STONE Concord, North Carolina I MOUNT PLEASANT INSURANCE AGENCY, ; INC. Mt. Pleasant, North Carolina " All Forms ot Insurance " Proprietor — EDITH F. PENINGER Office Phone 2271 “] Compliments ot RUTH ' S FLOWER FABRIC SHOP Phone 2727 Mt. Pleasant, North Carolina I BARNHARDTS SELF SERVICE FRESH MEATS— GROCERIES PRODUCE AND DRY GOODS Phone 2180 Mt. Pleasant Highway North Carolina BLANCHARD PAINT Compliments of BODY SHOP PAINTING — WELDING DILL DOVE MOTOR COMPANY GENERAL REPAIRS WRECKER SERVICE Dial 2158 Phone 2-3086 Mt. Pleasant Hwy. Kannapolis, North Carolina r--- FOIL HARDWARE • — — Compliments of paints — REFRIGERATORS PENINGERS ' S NORGE AND PHILCO FUNERAL HOME Telephone 3247 Phone 3581 i - — Mt. Pleasant, North Carolina — 1 ' ' t. Pleasant, North Carolina r Compliments of BROWN-SMOOT TYPEWRITER CO. Phone 2988 Salisbury, North Carolina Compliments of SHEPHARDS DEPENDABLE JEWELRY Your Keepsoke Diamond Dealer 25 Market Street Concord, North Carolina GENE ' S TIRE AUTO SERVICE " Recaps Like New " " Wheels Aligned Balanced " 300 North Church Street Concord, North Carolina s REDMOND ' S TIRE SERVICE ' Your Friendly Goodyear Store " Phone 26591 South Church Street Concord, North Carolina BOB ' S LAUNDRY OLDEST — LARGEST — BEST Moster Cleaners ond Furriers Complete Dry Cleaning Service Dial 2222 Concord, North Carolina Compliments of HAMMETT INSURANCE AGENCY Phone 3261 Mt. Pleasant, North Carolina BARRIER ' S GARAGE AUTO REPAIRS Phone 2761 Mt. Pleasant, North Carolina EAGLE ' S GULF SERVICE AND GROCERY Location: Beside Mt. Pleasant Millin Company Phone 2376 Mt. Pleasant, North Carolina ROCKWELL CAFE Home-Cooked Meals Plate Lunches Homemade Pies " We specialize in fried chicken " GRADE " A " CAFE Rockwell, North Carolina TAYLOR ' S 5 AND 10c STORE SAVE ON EVERY PURCHASE Rockwell, North Carolina G. C. McManus COMPANY, INC. ALLIS-CHALMERS FARM EQUIPMENT Phone 321 Albemarle, North Carol ina Compliment ' s of CONCORD HOTEL COFFEE SHOP Sam W. Petrea — Proprietor I Phone 2261 Concord, North Carolina LITTLE PIG BABECUE " Try our famous barbecue " BARBECUED FRESH DAILY ; North Church Street Concord, North Carolina c — — r-— — I Compliments of RITCHIE AUTO PARTS i I| 35 South Spring Street ! I Phone 2106 I Concord, North Carolina DUN-RITE LAUNDRY CLEANERS, INC. SANITONE DRY CLEANING RUG CLEANING Phone 400 Albemarle, North Carolina BROOME FURNITURE COMPANY Warren C, Broome — Proprietor Concord, North Carolina to yuipJ - O a ,X V 0 Q tj r 4. 5 , ' ■ V- r t r ' ' A vK ‘ ' ' tx .¥ fj ,! ' ,• ' A a (y I I ' fy j 4 ■ ' ' v 7 AfAUA A . ' uAL. I ' K’ i ' f“ . 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