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

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WW mimmm mWf ' £’ . v , •$; ... " . ' 3 a ,?- IK ■ ‘ % •30 i : ' it unripe oar 1957 VOLUME X Edited by THE SENIOR CLASS of MOUNT PLEASANT HIGH SCHOOL HAROLD MOSER Editor-in-Chief ELIZABETH HERION Assistant Editor 3 3083 00562 2433 Foreword We, the editors, are pleased to present to you this, the 1957 edition of Tiger Roar. We have done our best to give to you a yearbook of which you will be proud, but, at the same time, one which will give a true pic- ture of school life at Mount Pleasant High School. We hope that in the far distant future, when you turn through its pages, you will have cause to smile with p I ea s u r e many times as you are reminded of events recorded here. Dedication We, the seniors of 1957, take great pride in dedicating our annual, the TIGER ROAR, to Mr. Claude D. Pyatte, our assistant coach, and Mr. Henry Forrest, our public school music teacher, for their sincere devotion to our school, their interest in the students, and their un- dying efforts to make Mount Pleasant High School the best school ever. Tribute OUR P ARENTS For their patience and kindness during the past twelve years, their love and understanding, their time, efforts, and interests, we, the seniors of nineteen hundred and fifty-seven, pay tribute to those we love dearly, MOM and DAD. 3 id farewell Senior Class RACHEL HONEYCUTT Secretary MISS MADGE SOWELL Advisor JANE STALLINGS Vice-President ARCHIE VANHOY President JOYCE MOSER Treasurer MRS. E. J. HARBISON Advisor Seniors EDWARD WILSON BAUCOM He that has a merry heart will never be forgotten . EDITH ANN BOGER ' Tis the silent who live longest and learn most . ALICE MAE BOST Her pleasantness and dependability are qualities well mixed. ROBERT ROY BURRIS So earnest is his Vvork and fun, we know not half the work he ' s done MAX EDWARD CRUSE Not too serious, not too gay, just a marvelous good pal in every way. JAMES DICKSON BROOKS His agreeable manner and good sportsmanship are qualities well mixed and admired. Seniors FLORENCE JANE CULP She has more goodness in her little finger than most have in their whole bodies . CHARLES RAY CAUBLE The combined qualities of a man and a good athlete . JEAN CAROL DOBY Her loveliness you really know when she smiles . CLYDE MORRISON DRYE His unique wit is a constant source of admiration to his many friends. MARY FRANCES EUDY A congenial nature and sweet count- enance which will always radiate in the hearts of those who know her. ZULA MAYE EURY She says more by silence than others say by many words. Seniors NORMA GAIL FAGGART The mildest manners and the gentlest heart . WALTER DORRIS FISHER His strength is as the strength of ten because his heart is pure. MARY ANN FISHER Full of life and mirth; her idle moments are rare. Seniors JERRY FRANK HAMMILL He isoneof any occasion, be it work- ot play, whichever the case may be . HELEN ELIZABETH HERION Of honest worth, truly a friend; one on whom we can all depend. FANNIE RACHEL HONEYCUTT A mighty spirit filled that little frame . ROBERT ALLEN ISENHOUR A silent nature is the very air of a thoughtful mind . CLAUDE HAVIS MCDONALD Things are bound to happen why worry? Everything comes to him who waits why hurry? EVELYN JOANN KEZIAH Her very frowns are fairer far Than smiles of other maidens are. Seniors DAVID WAYNE MILLER His friendly nature, honesty, and personality are a constant source of admiration to his many friends. GEORGE RICHARD MILLS The depth of his thought is proved by his silent behavior . CAROLYN SUE LINKER Her warm friendly greeting and good natureare admirable qualities to possess . ALLAN LEE MOOSE His courtesy, friendly smile, and touch of wit are the secrets of his popularity . Seniors NATALIE PRINCESS DIANNE MULLIS And her eyes smiled with her lips. LARRY JOE MILLS He is one of those men who possess almost every gift . JOYCE ANN MOSER To make the world afriendly place, she shows to it a friendly face. HAROLD DEAN MOSER He hath dependability a greater tribute hath no man . GURLEY GLENN RIMER, JR. Music is well said to be the speech of those born with natural talent. JAMES EDWARD SHOE JR. Silence and thought are combined to the best advantage. Seniors MERLE FLOYD SOLLINGER JR. Mischievousoften, dignified some- times, popular always. JANE ELLEN STALLINGS Her congenial ity isamagnet which attracts many friends. MARGARET ANN RINEHARDT Sunny personality with a trim of wit, both clever and refreshing. NANCY LUNORA SMITH Being quiet never gets one in trouble . JOYCE ELIZABETH SIDES She has enough sense and nonsense to make her a charming girl . TROY BAXTER TALLEY Cute, witty, and full of fun. A friendly boy, he ' s all in one. JERRY RALPH TUCKER His fine ability in sports has drawn him into the field of popularity. CLAUDE ARCHIE VANHOY He possesses three virtues that make a man — friendliness, intelligence, and character. Seniors FLETCHER MITCHELL VICKERS A jol ly, unselfish personal ity is the greatest gift of al I . AUDREY PAULINE WALKER She always has a warm smile and a friendly greeting for everyone. CHARLES ALVIN YORKE A man who does his best today is a hard man to beat tomorrow. 1 BEST ALL AROUND Frances Eudy Joe Mills Senior MOST LIKELY TO SUCCEED Rachel Honeycutt Harold Moser MOST STUDIOUS Elizabeth Herion Alvin Yorke Superlatives MOST ORIGINAL Margaret Rinehardt Allan Moose MOST POPULAR Joyce Sides Bob Burris MOST ATHLETIC Jane Culp Ray Cauble mm BEST LOOKING Evelyn Keziah James Brooks MOST DEPENDABLE Jane Stal I ings Archie Vanhoy Senior FRIENDLIEST Dianne Mul I is Buddy Fisher Class Prayer Eternal God, Long we ' ve planned for what will be — Anticipating tomorrow ' s on-turnings, But with grateful hearts we now turn to Thee Remembering our many blessings. We thank Thee for our patient teachers And for their benevolent leadership through these yeai For our Principal, school and its many features And for Thy guidance through all our joy and tears. Now, as the time has come to go. Help us to always give You our best. Let us not grieve, because we know With You, we can always pass life ' s test. Author: Jane Stal I ings Amen Last Will and Testament We, the Senior Class of nineteen hundred and fifty seven, being of sound mind, do declare this to be our Last Will and Testament. Shirley Auten leaves her position as center forward of the basketball team to Frances Ann Petrea . Evelyn Ballard leaves her bookkeeping book and her rapid rate in typing to Peggy Ballard. Lipe Barrier leaves his tactfulness with Mr. McLeod to Dan Culp. Wilson Baucom leaves his desk in Miss Rosa ' s room to anyone smart enough to stay awake. Edith Boger leaves her ability to learn shorthand to Muriel Allmond. Alice Bost leaves her ability to get a diamond to Shelbia Manus. Jim Brooks leaves his superlative, " Best Looking, " to Dan Culp. Bobby Burris leaves his position as co-captain of the football team to Don Fisher. Ray Cauble leaves his position as co-captain of the football team to baby brother, Larry. Max Cruse leaves his baseball uniform to Don Moser. Jane Culp leaves her title of Homecoming Queen to the footbal I team ' s favorite and her position as bell- ringer to anyone with a fast watch. Jean Doby leaves her natural blond hair to Nancy Peninger and her cheerleading ability to Barbara Allman. Clyde Drye leaves his ability to keep girlfriends to Kirby Allen. F.ances Eudy leaves the presidency of the Beta Club to any hard working Junior. Maye Eury leaves her deep love for shorthand to Faye Hurlocker, Gail Faggart leaves her position as Class Prophet to Mary Ann Kluttz. Buddy Fisher leaves his ability to get off from school to Don Burris. Mary Ann Fisher leaves her position as Chief Cheerleader to Linda Rinehardt and her superlative, " Best School Spirit, " to Frances Petrea. Paula Foil leaves her position as cafeteria cashier to Dora McMahan and her superlative, " Most Talented, " to Mike Little . Sue Foil leaves her title of Miss Hi Miss to Thyra Penninger and her play parts to anyone who loves to act crazy . Wayne Furr leaves his books to anyone who wants them. Jerry Hammill leaves his bus to anyone who can keep it between ditches. Elizabeth Herion leaves her position as Chief Marshal to George Fisher and her cheerleading position to Betty Reid . Rachel Honeycutt leaves her superlative, " Most Likely to Succeed, " to Rebekah Honeycutt. Robert Isenhour leaves his A ' s on conduct to anyone who needs them. Evelyn Keziah leaves her superlative, " Best Looking, " to Carol White and the title of M iss Mount P easant to her sister Bonnie . Sue Linker leaves her gift of " gab " to Nancy Green. Havis McDonald leaves his bus to any expert driver and al I the science fiction books in the school I ibrary to the Martians . Richard Mills leaves his books to Mike Shinn. Joe Mil Is leaves position as captain of the basketbal I team to Don Burris and his superlative, " Best All Around, " to Nancy Peninger. Wayne Miller leaves his smartness in English IV to Ray Deal . Allan Moose leaves his end position on the football team to Lannie Harwood. Harold Moser leaves his position as Editor-in-Chief of the annual to George Fisher. Joyce Moser leaves her position as Senior Class Treasurer to Ray Litaker. Dianne Mull is leaves her superlative, " Friendliest, " to Jessie Fisher. Glenn Rimer leaves his position as Drum Major to Butch Barringer and his position as Dance Band Leader to Sonny Cook . Margaret Rinehardt leaves her superlative, " Most Original, " to Kay Fink and her nickname, " Pudgie, " to her baby sister . Eddie Shoe leaves his black hair to Joe Pless. Joyce Sides leaves her position as Chief Majorette to Barbara Ridenhour and her superlative, " Most Popular, " to Shelbia Manus . Nancy Smith leaves her typewriter to Joanne Kluttz. Merle Sollinger leaves his love for the Republican Party to Donald Cline. Jane Stal I ings leaves her position as Vice-President of the Senior Class to Shirley Lambert and her superlative, " Most Dependable, " to Florence Hahn Busbin. Troy Talley leaves his English book to Jerry Drye and his love for hot rods to Ray Litaker. Jerry Tucker leaves his position as end on the footbcll team to Bill Scott. Archie Vanhoy leaves his position as President of the Senior Class to any ambitious Junior. Flethcer Vickers leaves his position as Art Editor of the School Paper to Buddy Lomax and his tumbling ability to Frances Wiley . Audrey Walker leaves her friendly glow to anyone in a sad mood. Alvin Y rke leaves his superlative, " Most S udious, " to Gtorge Fisher. WITNESSES: SHIRLEY AUTEN Robert Isenhour Class Testator Nancy Smith Class History Four short years ago seventy-nine care-free, but determined, freshmen entered Mount Pleasant High School . With us came our ideas, our goals and our hope, with which we were to build for the future . Our class advisors during our first year in high school were Miss Ruth James, Mr. Charles Harril, and Mr. Harry Jenkins. Our class election results were: President, Joe Mills; Vice- President, Shirley Auten; Treasurer, Sue Foil; and Secretary, Bob Burris. On the last day of the school year the Freshman Class enjoyed a swimming and skating party. Summer vacation offered us leisure and a short intermission during our high school days. In the fall of fifty-four, high school was a familiar and welcome part of our life as we opened our books with renewed interest and pledged ourselves to greater things. Our class sponsors for the year were Mrs. Nancy Huey and Mrs. H. S. Leafe. Class officers were President, Elizabeth Herion; Vice-President, Jane Culp; Treasurer, Paula Foil; and Secretary, Happy James. The high light of our Sophomore Year was an all-day trip to Raleigh, our state capital . In the fall of fifty-five, fifty-five members of the Junior Class focused their thoughts on the duties and responsibil ities of the coming year. Junior Class officers were President, Frances Eudy; Vice-President, Alvin Yorke; Treasurer, Dianne Mull is; and Secretary, Joe Mills. Class sponsors were Mrs. Kate Harbison and Miss Rosa James. The J unior-Senior Banquet, a highly anticipated event in the life of every Junior, was sponsored by Miss Rosa James and planned around the theme " The Old South " . We financed the banquet with a very successful project, selling magazine subscriptions. " Lena Rivers, " our Junior Class play, directed by Mrs. Kate Harbison, was presented on April 13th in the high school auditorium. Those taking part in the presentation were Evelyn Keziah, Alvin Yorke, Sue Foil, Paula Foil, Frances Eudy, Glenn Rimer, Elizabeth Herion, Jane Stallings, Merle Sollinger, Lucille Lambert, Harold Moser, Havis McDonald, and Joe Mills. At the close of school we enjoyed a Square Dance at Bear Creek Community Hut. With the closing of summer vacation we again entered the familiar halls of high school- This, our last year, offered opportunity, challenge, and reward. Miss Madge Sowell and Mrs. Kate Harbison were our class sponsors. Class officers for the year were Archie Vanhoy, President; Jane Stallings, Vice-President; Rachel Honeycutt, Secretary; and Joyce Moser, Treasurer. Under the direction of our sponsors the Senior Class presented its annual play, " Oh, Promise Me, " on November 16th . Membersof the play castwere Alvin Yorke, Harold Moser, Jane Stallings, Sue Foil, Jane Culp, Merle Sollinger, Elizabeth Herion, Shirley Auten, Dianne Mullis, Joe Mills, Paula Foil, and Margaret Rinehardt. In the spring the Junior-Senior Banquet and the class tripwere thoughtof with great anticipation and pride. Each offered its rewards and enjoyment to those soon to be graduating. Graduation, the day of reward, has arrived. And as we receive our diplomas, we silently pledge ourselves to a life of service to ourselves, to our community, and to our country. Class Historian MARY FRANCES EUDY Prophecy " For Pete ' s pity ! " I yelled. " I thought old Constantine had forgotten about me . " But there it was, al I down in black and white . You are cordially invited to attend The Inaugural Bal I Honoring the 47th President of the United States (None other them Archie Vanhoy) I rushed madly to my little husband and told him the magic news. " Honey, guess what? Archie invited me to the Inaugural Ball; I ' m going to Washington! " Before I knew it, the white dome of the city greeted my eyes, and I was a part of the thousands of people looking into the compassionate eyes of our next President. I plopped my bifocals info position and scanned the row of hotshots behind the«very distinguished Pr e s i d e n t -elect . Let ' s see, where is he? Oh, there ' s Lipe Barrier, Jr., the new Veep, and Alvin York, the Ambassador to France . I heard he ' s making out with those French dolls (the kind that doesn ' t break, that is!). And there ' s Merle Sollinger, " Old Faithful " . I remember when he took over Taft ' s position. Oh, I see JoeMills, Secretary of Defense. There ' s Elizabeth Herion beside him; she ' s the new Secretary of the Treasury . It ' s a shame that she had to give up her brilliant golf career because of that tragic accident. She had the tournament in the bag when she slipped and fell in the eighteenth hole while making her final putt. Oh, there ' s Jane Culp. She ' s the new secretary to the assistant to the assistant to the secretary of the under-secretary of Lower Slobovia . There are Joyce and Harold Moser, the new Toni Twins. " Hello, " I said. " I ' ve been hearing so much about you two lately. By the way, which of you has the Toni? " " Oh, Harold, definitely, " piped Joyce. " Here, you can see for yourself, " as they handed me their hair. From these two I made my way to the punch bowl . I craned my neck and whom should I see but Paula and Sue Foil . Believe it or not, I found that these two are heads of the world ' s biggest chlorophyll chewing gum plant. Their slogan is " More chubs to the chew with Chickles. " I turned to get my drink, and whom should I see but Joyce Sides. She told me that she and Troy Talley are playing on Broadway in " A Kittycart Named Desire. " People are saying their success is due to their topnofeh agent, Mary Ann Fisher, who takes only a modest 90% of their earnings. Oh, there ' s Evelyn Ballard, Rachel Honeycutt, Sue Linker, and Maye Eury . Gee, seems that everybody ' s getting the middle-age spread. " Well, what are you four doing now? You ' re all looking. . .healthy. Modeling corsets, eh? Well, I ' m. sure you all fit in just fine . " " Glenn Rimer is directing the band! " they yell-ed as they clobbered out of sight. " Try to see him. " I overheard that Bob Burris and Buddy Fisher have retired from pro fottball. Well, I guess they ' ve gone home to t h e i r chicken farms . Oh, guess what! Evelyn Keziah and Jean Doby ' s ballet troupe has been touring the continent for three years. But the top drawing cards are their p a r t n e r s , Clyde Drye and Max Cruse, in their version of the world famed ballet, " Moby Dick. " Getting back to football, Jim Brooks has just been made head coach at UNC, and he ' s taking Ray Cauble and Allan Moose as his assistants . Oh, I know you ' ll be glad to hear this. The four most famous Conover models are here: Alice Bost, Shirley Auten, Dianne Mullis, and Jane Stallings. They ' ve been modeling grass skirts for Jerry Hammill ' s T. V. program. You know Jerry took over Authur Godfrey ' s show when old " Carrot-top " kicked the bucket. Jerry always has such educational programs . There ' s Frances Eudy over there. She ' s taken over Louella Parson ' s column, so if you want more gossip just say " Hey " to her and she ' ll give you the juicy tidbits. By the wuy, Fletcher Vickers is going ro warble a few tunes, but he sounds horrible with false teeth. Well, did you know Margaret Ann Rinehardt has formed an old maids ' club? Yes, she finally gave up at last. And here ' s some juicy news: Wayne Miller is President of Queens College and he ' s still a bachelor. Audrey Walker, Edith Boger, and Nancy Smith are embalmers at a funeral home. They always did love to work with people. And talking about people, ! read the other day that W i I s o n Baucom, Wayne F u r r and Diqkey Mil Is are model ing for " Physique Magazine! " By the way, did you know that Havis McDonald ' s hair has changed color? He couldn ' t bear having it the same color all of the time, so he started using Tintair. That didn ' t work, so now he ' s mixing house paints. He looks terrible with shartreuse hair . Eddie Shoe and Robert Isenhour are getting in the higher income brackets with their Air-Wick Fac iry. Jerry Tucker was crowned National Champion Flagpole Sitter just last week. He always was good at sitting on the job. Dear Reader, it all sounds screwy, doesn ' t it? Well, it is! So if you ' ll pardon me. I ' ll get back to my cell at Morganton. They ' ll be waiting for me. Writ by the Tiand of Gail Faggart Inmate-et-Large Class Motto " The elevator to success is not running, take the stairs. " Class Colors Green and White Class Flower American Beauty Rose KAREN SHIMPOCK Mascot DENNIS BOST Mascot • ' ' ■J ' spp ■ ■ v: ' - ’ . MIKE LITTLE President FLORENCE HAHN BUSBIN Secretary MISS ROSA JAMES Advisor THYRA PENNINGER Vice-President DAN CULP Treasurer Junior Class MRS. MORRELL SMITH Advisor RAY ALLMAN MURIEL ALLMOND A. L. BARRINGER HELEN BLACKWELDER SHIRLEY BLACKWELDER CORA BOGER BARBARA BRAWLEY BOB BROOKS FRANCES BROOKS DONALD BURRIS EARL BURRIS MARY BUSBIN BARBARA CARPENTER LARRY CAUBLE DONALD CLINE BOBBY COOK SUE CRAYTON DAN CULP RAY DEAL JERRY DRYE Juniors KAY FINK GEORGE FISHER NANCY GREENE FLORENCE BUSBIN BOBBY HAMMILL M. L . HEINTZ CLAUDE HURLOCKER CLETUS HURLOCKER DAVID KIMRAY MARY ANN KLUTTZ SHIRLEY LAMBERT TRACY LINKER RAY LITAKER MIKE LITTLE BUDDY LOMAX KAY LOWDER POE LOWDER SHELBIA MANUS DONALD MOSER THYRA PENNINGER FRANCES PETREA MARILYN SAFRIT BILLY SCOTT MIKE SHINN MARTIN STANCIL, JR. Juniors BOBBIE TUCKER BOBBY TUCKER JOANNE TUCKER EDWARD VONCANNON GEORGE WALKER TRECCIA WARD CAROL WHITE GAIL WHITLEY JANE WILEY Sophomore Class MR. CLAUDE PYATTE Advisor « 4 . a MRS. H. S. LEAFE Advisor LINDA RHINEHARDT President PEGGY BALLARD Vice-President MITCHELL SIMPSON Secretary LARRY MILLER Treasurer BARBARA ALLMAN GARY ALLMAN MARY C . ALLMAN PEGGY BALLARD WORTH BARBEE WILLIAM BARNHARDT CYNTHIA BARRIER CECIL BARRINGER DORIS BLACKWELDER DOLLY BOGER RAY BOST BRENDA BOWERS BETTY BRIDGES DONALD BURRIS LARRY BURRIS BOBBY BYRD BRUCE CARTNER MARLENE CLINE SHIRLEY CLINE SUE CLINE WAYNE COBLE CLAUDE COCHRAN DORIS COLEY FRANCES COLEY LUTHER de DIEGO ELEANOR DRYE PEGGY DRYE VARAH DRYE BETTY JANE EUDY JOYCE EUDY FAYE HURLOCKER HARRY FINK ROBERT FINK DONALD FISHER JESSIE FISHER LARRY FISHER C. E. FOSTER ROY FREEMAN RUTH FURR Sophomores SANDRA FURR ROBERT GANDY ELIZABETH HAHN WAYNE HAMMILL LANDON HARWOOD EDDIE HATLEY MYRON HATLEY REBEKAH HONEYCUTT EVALYEAN HOUGH JERRY HOWELL REBECCA HURLOCKER BONNIE KEZIAH CHRISTEEN KING JOANNA KLUTTZ WATSON KLUTTZ MELVIN LITAKER FRANCES LINKER REBECCA LINKER FRANK LOMAX JO CAROL LOVE ROBERT McCARA allen McDonald judy McDonald MARSHALL McLEOD KAY McLESTER DORA McMAHAN ARCHIE MILLER LARRY MILLER BILL MORGAN WAYNE MORRIS JOYCE ANN NEAL ROSE ELLA PAGE JOE PARKER JOE PLESS LARRY RAYMER BARBARA RICE LINDA RINEHARDT LYNN RITCHIE Sophomores GLENN SANFORD SHELBY SHUE MITCHELL SIMPSON RACHEL SIMPSON ETHELYN SMITH CAROLYN STEGALL JOHNNY STEGALL GENE TALLEY SARAH TROUTMAN CAROL VON CANNON EDNA RUTH WAGONER GERALD WAGONER HAL WETTER JEAN WILSON LOUISE WINECOFF RAYMOND YATES VONCILLE YOST Freshman Class MR. HARRY JENKINS Advisor MR. CHARLES HARRILL MISS RUTH JAMES Advisor Advisor LLCii, P iv i L A CHARLES ALDRIDGE DON ALLMAN PEGGY BARBEE TRACY BARBEE ARCHIE BARNHARDT BRUCE BARNHARDT DORIS BARNHARDT EARL BARNHARDT JIMMY BARNHARDT TOMMY BARNHARDT LUTHER BARRIER MARY BENTON BOBBY BLACK DAVID BOGER ROY BOGER SUE BOGER ELIZABETH BOST MILLIE BOWERS DOLORES BURRIS KAY BYRD SONNY COOK DIANNE COX DORIS CREED DELANDA DENNIS VETRA DRYE GAIL EARNHARDT VIRGINIA EFIRD ALICE EUDY ARCHIE EUDY HAROLD EUDY BOBBY FAGGART MARY FINK WANDA FURR WAYNE GANDY GLENDA GILMORE ABBY HAHN Freshmen AMELIA HAHN CLETUS HAHN SHIRLEY HARWOOD LENA HESS LEE HONEYCUTT PATRICIA HONEYCUTT VERNON HUFFSTICKLER FRANKLIN IRVIN GLENN KIRK LARRY KLUTTZ BETTY KRIMMINGER ELAINE LAMBERT ANNIE LEAZER CAROLYN LEFLER ANN LANIER LARRY LEWIS LINDA LITAKER CAROLYN LITTLE BOBBY LOVE GWYNN LOWDER DORIS MASON FAYE McGRAW ROY LEE McRORIE MATILDA MISENHEIMER FRANCES MOOSE BERNIE MOREHEAD KENNETH MOSER JAMES MULLIS MARTHA PAGE OLA MAE PARNELL NANCY PENINGER HAROLD PLESS DORIS PLOTT JIMMY RHINEHARDT BARBARA RIDENHOUR TED RITCHIE Freshmen MILDRED RUSS KAY RUSSIAN TERRY SCOTT JAMES SHAVER WAYNE SHINN PAUL SHIPTON SHELBY SHUE WAYNE SIFFORD FRANCES SMITH PATSY SMITH BETTY STALLINGS JIMMY STONER JOSEPHINE STYERS JAMES TALLEY BILLY THOMAS PEGGY TUCKER ANNE VANDERBURC WESLEY WAGONER GLENN WAGONER RUBY WENSIL WAYNE W1DENHOU : FRANCES WILEY Eighth Grade JESSE ALEXANDER JUNE ALMOND DANNY ALMOND REBECCA AREY JERRY BALLARD HERMAN BARBEE TROY BARNHARDT WAYNE BARNHARDT CARRIE SUE BARRIER EDWARD BARRIER ELAINE BARRIER i STANCIL BAUCOM KAY BLACKWELDER MYRON BLACKWELDER LINDA BODENHE1MER LINDA BOGER BETTY BOST CAROL BOST RACHEL BOST RAYMOND BOWERS BETTY BURRIS BRENDA BURRIS HAZEL BURLEYSON NANCY BURLEYSON DEANE CASPER BILLY CLAY FRANK CLAY JOYCE CLAY ANN CLINE DARLA CRAYTON BETTY CRESS MARJORIE DRYE GAIL EAGLE KENNETH EARNHARDT MAURA EBERHARDT NANC Y EUDY LINDA FAGGART EDDIE FISHER JANET FISHER MARGIE FLOWE HAZEL FOUTZ DIANNA GUFFEY . RONNIE HAHN RONNIE HAHN ROYCE HATLEY MELVIN HARWOOD DORIS HENLEY RONNIE HURLOCKER Eighth Grade JOYCE HILL MAC HOPKINS ALETHEA HUMPHREY LINDA ISENHOUR POLLY JONES LARRY KENNEDY FRANK KIKER JUDY KILLIAN CHARLIE KIRK GLENN KLUTTZ HOY KLUTTZ CLIFFORD LAMBERT MAXINE LEFLER LARRY LINKER JOHN LITAKER NANCY LITAKER DORIS MILLER LARRY MOOSE LINDA MOOSE M.ARY RUTH MOOR! PATRICIA MORGAN PEGGY MORGAN buddy McDonald RONNIE M.cDONAL SUSAN NANCE BILLIE NEWSOME VALERIA PENNINGI NORRIS PLOTT WAYNE RINEHARDT LARRY RIMER BETTY REID JUDITH SAFRIT ARCHIE SMITH BOBBIE SMITH ROBERT STEGALL KENNETH THOMPSON JUNIOR TUCKER RONNIE WAGONER i RACHEL VANDERBURG cm ARCHIE CLINE JACK BARRIER FLOYD MOOSE fration MR. LUTHER A. ADAMS A. B. Degree Lenoir Rhyne College M. A. Degree Appalachian Slate Teachers College Principal MISS ELLEN BLACKWELDER Secretary to the Principal Fck MRS. E. J. HARBISON A. B. Degree Davenport College Mathematics MR. RALPH PLATTE A. B. Degree, Catawba College Social Studies MISS MADGE SOWELL A. B. Degree, Winthrop College Engl ish MR. CLAUDE PYATTE B. S. Degree, A.S.T.C. M. A. Degree, Peabody College Science and Mathematics MRS. MORRELL SMITH A. B. Degree, W.C.U.N.C. M. E. Degree, U.N.C. English, Spanish MR. CHARLES HARRILL A. B. Degree Lenoir Rhyne College Physical Education, Dr iver ' s Training MISS ROSA JAMES A. B. Degree, Salem College Social S.udies MISS PATRICIA AYERS B. B. E. Degree Columbia Bible College Bible MISS SARA McGILL A. B. Degree, Montreat College Librarian ulty MR. M. R. McLEOD B . S . Degree N . C . State Col lege Agriculture MISS RUTH JAMES B. S. Degree, Salem College Home Economics mnmm MR. HARRY JENKINS B . S . Degree, V . P . I . M. A. Degree, U. Kentucky Business Administration MRS. H. S. LEAFE B. S. Degree, Cornell Universi Science MR. HENRY FORREST A. B. Degree, Catawba Coll Band MRS. MAXINE HART B . A . Degree Wake Forest College Eighth Grade MRS. EMMA CROWE A. B. Degree, W.C.U.N.C. Eighth Grade MRS. ANNA FISHER A. B. Degree, W.C.U.N.C. Eighth Grade HAROLD MOSER Editor-in-Chief ELIZABETH HERION Assistant Editor-in-Chief SHIRLEY AUTEN Business Manager SUE FOIL Typist JOE MILLS Advertising Manager JANE CULP Sports Editor MARY ANN FISHER Assistant Business Manager JOYCE SIDES Typist Mil ■ i i i " Co ‘Wh cm We ur entity }U Oteem° Miss Hi Miss Miss Frances Sue Foil, Miss Hi Miss of 1957, was chosen by the faculty for her excellent scholastic record, her outstanding leadership, her inherent charm and beauty, her contagious smile, and her winning personality. She is one who truly deserves this groat honor. JOYCE SIDES Attendant JANE CULP Homecoming Queen DIANNE MULLIS Attendant MISS MOUNT PLEASANT HIGH Evelyn Keziah MISS WHITE CHRISTMAS Paula Foil Royalty MISS WHITE CHRISTMAS (Runner-up) Dianne Mullis MOUNT PLEASANT KING Bobby Cook Kay Fink George Fisher Thyra Penninger Marshals Elizabeth Herion, Chief Sue Foil Cynthia Barrier Joyce Eudy Elizabeth Hahn Dora McMahan D. A. R. WINNER Miss Elizabeth Herion, the winner of the county and district DAR citizenship award, was chosen for her superb leadership, her excellent scholastic record, her extra-curricular ac tivities at school , and her civic activities in the community. This is indeed an honor and we at Mount Pleasant High School are proud of " our Libby. " AMERICAN HISTORY MEDAL The W.O.W. of Cabarrus County each year awards a medal to the most outstanding student in American H i story. This student must show a deep interest in the subject andmusthavea desire togo beyond the required classwork assignments. Mike Little, having fulfilled these requirements, was awarded this medal of 1956. JOE MILLS SHIRLEY AUTEN MIKE LITTLE JANE STALLINGS JOYCE MOSER i JEAN DOBY FRANCES ANN PETREA SHELBIA MANUS JOYCE SIDES JANE CULP JERRY TUCKER RAY CAUBLE JIM BROOKS M. L. HEINTZ DON BURRIS LARRY CAUBLE DON FISHER LARRY FISHER GLENN RIMER MR. CHARLES HARRILL BILL SCOTT ALLAN MOOSE DAN CULP MARTIN STANCIL JOE MILLS BOB BURRIS SUE FOIL MARY ANN FISHER SHIRLEY AUTEN ELIZABETH HERION FRANCES EUDY Monogram Club STUDENT SECRETARIES LEFT TO RIGHT: Dianne Mullis, Jane Culp, Sue Foil, Mary Ann Fisher, Paula Foil, Barbara Brawley, Gail Faggart, Alice Bost, Joyce Moser, Elizabeth Herion . BIBLE CLUB Doris Coley, Barbara Rice, Dianne Cox, Carolyn Stegall, Sandra Furr Marilyn Safrit, Mary Busbin, Shirley Lambert, Christeen King, Gail Whitley, F r a n c e s B r o o k s, Ray Deal, Melvin Litaker, Wayne Morris, Bobby Brooks Paul Shipton, Bobby Black, Tracy Barbee, Jimmy Rinehardt, James Shaver, James Talley, Jimmy Talley, Frances Stallings, Betty Stallings, Miss Ayers - Advisor . SOCIAL RELATIONS CLUB LEFT TO RIGHT: Eddie Shoe, Wayne Furr, Wilson Baucom, Ray Allmon, Edith Boger, Gail Earnhardt, Ann Lenier , Tillie Misenheimer, Larry Heintz, Jimmy Barnhardt, Harold Moser, Miss Rosa James-Advisor. SCIENCE CLUB Wesley Wagoner, Hal Welter, Franklin Irvin, David Boger, Roy Lee McRorie, Mitchell Simpson, Bobby Krimminger, Cletus Hahn Jr., Archie Barnhardt, Sue Cline, Louise Winecoff, Wayne Widenhouse, Gary Allman, Joyce Eudy, Rebekah Honeycutt, Vernon Huffstickler, Robert Gandy, Frances Smith, Mary Fink, Patsy Smith, Alice Eudy, Glenda Gilmore, Doris Barn- hardt, C. E. Foster, Robert McCarn, Mrs. Leaf e -Advisor. PHOTOGRAPHY CLUB SEATED LEFT TO RIGHT: Larry Kluttz, Marshall McLeod, Bernie Moorehead, Joe P I e s s, Charles Aldridge, Jim Benton. SECOND ROW: Worth Bar- bee, Gene Talley, Joyce Neal, Dolly Boger, Shirley Harwood, Lee Honey- cutt, Roy F r e e m a n, B i I I Morgan. THIRD ROW: Havis McDonald, Larry Raymer, Robert McCarn, C. E. Foster, Sonny Cook, Wm . Barnhardt, Ray All- man. FOURTH ROW: Dick Mills, Wayne Gandy, Allen McDonald, Alvin Yorke, Wayne Mil I er, Watson Kluttz. LIBRARY CLUB Tommy Barnhardt, Luther Barrier, Roy Boger, Sue Boger, Claude Burris, D e I or i s Burris, Glenn Busbin, Kay Byrd, Oscar Carpenter, Frances Coley , Doris Creed, Peggy Lee Drye, Archie Eudy, Betty Jane Eudy, Archie F i s h e r, R u t h F u rr, Archie Hinson, Glenn Kirk, Joanne Kluttz, Betty Krimminger, Larry Lambert, Larry Lewis, Bobby Love, Martha Page, Ted Ritchie, Terry Scott, Shelby Shue, Wayne Sifford, James Stoner, Billy Thomas, Jackie Thomas, Edward Von Cannon, Edna Ruth Wag- oner, Lena Hess, Mary Benton, James Mu 1 1 is, Brenda Bowers, Marline Cline, Ann Coble, Daisy Coble, Glenn Wagoner. FUTURE TEACHERS ' CLUB Evelyn Keziah,Thyra Penninger, Tracy Barbee, Marilyn Safrit, Treccia Ward, Mary A. Kluttz, Nancy Greene, Kay Fink, Gail Whitley, Christeen King, Helen Bla ckwelde r, Florence Hahn Busbin, Shirley Lambert, Shelbia Ma- nus, Ethelyn Smith, Cynthia Barrier, Elizabeth Hahn, Saundra Furr, Evelyn Ba I lard, Joyce Moser, Jimmy Rine- hardt, Dianne Mu 1 1 is , Mike Little, Sonny Vickers, Mary Busbin, Dora McMahan, Frances Petrea, Frances Brooks. BOOSTER CLUB Mary Cathern Allman, Faye Eury Hur- locker, Johnny Stegall, Bruce Carpen- ter, Jerry Bradford, Larry Burris, Myron Hatley, Anne Vandenburg, Peggy Tucker, Mickey Troutman, Frances Linker, Joyce Neal, Eddie Hatley, Harry Fink, Wayne Coble, Dol ly Boger, Larry Miller, Wayne Hammill, Jerry Howell, George Walker, Ray Bost, Voncille Yost, ClaudeCochran, David Kimray, Edward McDaniel, Gerald Wagoner, Margaret Rinehardt, Cletus Hurlocker, Audrey Walker. COMMERCIAL CLUB Barbara Allman, Evelyn Ballard, Doris Blackwelder, Betty Bost, Millie Bowers, Shirley Cline, Delanda Dennis, Eleanor Drye, Virginia Efird, Maye Eury, Wanda Furr, Abby Hahn, Amelia Hahn, Pat Honeycutt, Evalyean Hough, Elaine Lambert, Gwynn Lowder, Judy Mc- Donald, Kay McLester, Frances Moose, Kenneth Moser, Joyce Moser, Rose Ella Page, Barbara Ridenhour, Mike Shinn , Rachel Simpson, Shelby Shue, Bobby Tucker, Raymond Yates, Sonny Vickers, Doris Plott, Archie Vanhoy, Jerry Hammi II . SOCIAL CLUB ALICE BOST President DIANNE MULLIS Vice-President BONNIE KEZIAH Secretary NANCY PENINGER Reporter JESSIE FISHER Treasurer GLEE CLUB LEFT TO RIGHT, FIRST ROW: Mr. Henry Forrest - Director, Nancy Peninger, Barbara Carpenter, Alice Bost, Kay Fink, Shirley Lambert, Joyce Moser, Rose Ella Page, Sue Foil, SECOND ROW: Shirley Auten, Frances Moose, Doris Barnhardt, Tillie Misenheimer, Jane Wiley, Shirley Harwood, Amelia Hahn, Betty Bost, Delanda Dennis, Lena Hess, THIRD ROW: Frances Eudy, Dianne Mull is, Dora McMahan, Barbara Ridenhour, Mary Benton, Ethelyn Smith, FOURTH ROW: Nancy Smith, Patricia Honeycutt, Elizabeth Hahn, Florence Hahn Busbin, Frances Wiley, Kay Byrd, Betty Krimminger, Carol White. FIFTH ROW: Paula Foil, Kay McLester, Shelby Shue, MaryC. Allman, Jane Stallings, Mary Busbin, Thyra Penninger, Elizabeth Herion. Linda Rinehardt, Betty Bridges, Barbara Allman, Shirley Cl ine , Evalyean Hough, JoAnn Tucker, Mary Ann Fisher, Bonnie Keziah, DianneCox, Jessie Fisher, Voncille Yost, Rebekah Hurlocker, Gail Earnhardt, Ann Lanier, Mildred Russ, Sue Boger, Barbara Brawley, Miss Ruth James — Advisor, Glenda Gilmore, Judy McDonald, Doris Blackwelder, Betty Stallings, Jean Wilson, Peggy Barbee, Carolyn Lefler, Rachel Simpson, Doris Mason, Carolyn Little . F. H. A. FAIR BOOTH [ FUTURE FARMERS OF AMERICA FIRST ROW: Alvin Yorke, Allan Moose, Archie Vanhoy, Wilson Baucom, Buddy Fisher, Jerry Hammill, Troy Talley, Lipe Barri-er, Mr. M. R. McLeod -Advisor. SECOND ROW: Ray Bost, Larry Heintz, Kay Lowder, William Barnhardt, Archie Hinson, Earl Earnhardt, Archie Barnhardt, Wayne Hammill, Glenn Kirk, Luther Barrier, Larry Lewis, Lee Honeycutt, Roy Boger . THIRD ROW: Don Almond, Claude Hurlocker, Jerry Drye, Bobby Hammill, Poe Lowcfer, Dan Culp, Kirby Allen, Claude Cochran, Donald Cline, Jimmy Barnhardt, Vernon Huffstickler, Harold Eudy, George Walker. FOURTH ROW: Harry Fink, Robert Gandy, Watson Kluttz, Gerald Wagoner, Wayne Widenhouse, M . L. Heintz, Bobby Krimminger, Eddie Hatley, Wayne Gandy, Cletus Hurlocker, Joe Parker, Don Moser, Larry Kluttz, Cletus Hahn. F. F. A. FAIR BOOTH BUS DRIVERS k FIRST ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT: Donald Moser, Claude Hurlocker, William Barnhardt, KayLowder, Bobby Hammill, Ray Litaker, Jerry Hammill, Allan Moose, Merle Sollinger, Joe Mills. SECOND ROW: Robert Isenhour, Wat- son Kluttz, Wilson Baucom, Butch Barr- inger, Wayne Miller, Dan Culp, Kirby Allen, Alvin Yorke, Buddy Lomax, Havis McDonald, Larry Fisher. Mr. Adams, Mr. Platte-Advisors. BUS PATROLMEN FIRST ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT: Varah Drye, Rebecca Hurlocker, Maye Eury, Treccia Ward, Florence Hahn Busbin, Bonnie Keziah, Alice Bost. SECOND ROW: Harold Moser, Shirley Auten, Jane Culp, Thyra Penninger, Nancy Greene, Gail Faggart, Jane Stallings, Joyce Moser, Faye Eury Hurlocker, Shelbia Manus, Frances Petrea,C laude Hurlocker. J CAFETERIA STAFF LEFT TO RIGHT: Mrs. Lucille Stegall, Mrs. C . E . Culp, Mrs. Joe Drye, Mrs. Carl Eagle, Mrs. Paul Barringer, Mrs. C. E. Foster, Mrs. Harvey Casper . % , k JUNIOR PLAY CAST " LENA RIVERS " SEATED LEFT TO RIGHT: Evelyn Keziah, Jane Stallings, Lucille Lambert, Sue Foil, Paula Foil. STANDING: Joe Mills, Alvin Yorke, Havis McDonald, Merle Sollinger, Harold Moser, Glenn Rimer, Mary Frances Eudy, Elizabeth Herion, Mrs. E. J. Harbison - Director. SENIOR PLAY CAST " OH PROMISE ME " SEATED, LEFT TO RIGHT: Paula Foil, Shirley Auten, Dianne Mullis, Merle Sollinger, Sue Foil, Jane Stallings, Margaret Rinehardt, STANDING: Miss Madge Sowel I - Director, Alvin Yorke, Elizabeth Herion, Joe Mills, Jane Culp, Harold Moser, Mrs. E. J. Harbison-Director. Mount Pleasant High MR. HENRY FORREST Band Director JOYCE SIDES Chief FIRST ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT: Verna Hahn, Libby Hahn, Margaret Ann Rinehardt, Jean Wilson, Jo Carol Love, Faye Eury, Marshall McLeod, John Litaker, Ted Ritchie, Richard Lanier, Woody Foil, Larry Rimer. SECOND ROW: Archie Smith, Ann Lanier, Hazel Foutz, Ann DORA McMAHAN ALICE BOST FRANCES WILEY JANE CULP Chief FRANCES PETREA Chief FLORENCE BUSBIN School Band Cline, Gwynn Lowder, Bernie Morehead, Buddy Lomax, Archie Eudy, Jimmy Barrier, Luther de Diego. THIRD ROW: Wayne Morris, Sonny Cook, Luther Barrier, Sonny Vickers, A. L. Barringer, Geoge Fisher, Vernon Huffstickler, Bobby Tucker. FOURTH ROW: Mr. Henry Forrest, Glenn Rimer. GLENN RIMER Drum Major LIBBY COOK Mascot PAULA FOIL " IMPERIALS " Sonny Cook, George Fisher, Bobby Tucker, Buddy Lomax, Butch Barringer, Jo Carol Love, Elizabeth Hahn, Marshall McLeod, Glenn Rimer . — — ELIZABETH HERION EVELYN KEZIAH CYNTHIA BARRIER BETTY BRIDGES MARY ANN FISHER Chief JEAN DOBY Ch eerleaders MR. CHARLES HARRILL Coach FOOTBALL SCORES MR. CLAUDE PYATTE Assistant Coach MOUNT PLEASANT MOUNT PLEASANT MOUNT PLEASANT MOUNT PLEASANT MOUNT PLEASANT MOUNT PLEASANT MOUNT PLEASANT MOUNT PLEASANT MOUNT PLEASANT MOUNT PLEASANT 38 ROCKWELL 12 CLEVELAND 20. . .CHARLOTTE CATHOLIC 0 GRANITE QUARRY 0 WINECOFF 7 DALLAS 0 HARTSELL 6 NORWOOD 25 BADIN 6 .WINSTON-SALEM 0 0 7 6 12 6 0 13 6 0 Football .■ BOB BURRIS LEFTTORIGHT: SEATED: Charlie James, Eddie Fisher, Managers; FIRST ROW STANDING: M. L. Heintz, Joe Mills Jim Brooks, Ray Cauble, Bob Burtis, Allan Moose, Jerry Tucker, Buddy Fisher. SEC- OND ROW: Archie Barnhardt, Harold Eudy, Don Burris, Bill Scott, Wayne LARRY CAUBLE JERRY TUCKER JIM BROOKS All Conference M. L. HEINTZ ifei JOE MILLS RAY CAUBLE All -Conference BUDDY FISHER Morris, Larry Cauble, Larry Fisliei , Di J Fisher. THIRD ROW: London Harwood Joe PI ess, Poe Lowder, Charles Aldridge, Robert Gandy, Watson Kluttz, Rober Mc Carn, Glenn Sanford, Wayne S4£fc||j| FOURTH ROW: Larry Heintz, Paul Ship ton. Coach Pyatte, Rev. E. R. Trexl r Chaplain; Coach Harrill . ALLAN MOOSE . WAYNE MORRIS LARRY FISHER All -Conference Junior Varsity DON FISHER CHARLES ALDRIDGE DON BURRIS POE LOWDER GLENN SANFORD ROBERT McCARN WATSON KLUTTZ BILL MORGAN BILL SCOTT LANNIE HARWOOD BOB FAGGART ACTION SHOTS Girls’ Baske JANE CULP THYRA PENNINGER ;ball Team Joyce Moser, Shirley Auten. SECOND ROW STANDING: Dianne Cox, Jessie Fisher, Frances Petrea, Jane Stallings, Shelbia Lou Manus, Frances Moose, Barbara Ridenhour. JOYCE SIDES BOB BURRIS All-County Boys’ Baske ' V BOTTOM TO TOP: Joe Mills (Captain) Bob Burris, Merle So I I inger. Bill Scott, Don Burris, Glenn Rimer, Dan Culp, Dor all Team DON BURRIS MERLE SOLLINGER . isher, Ray Bost, Ken Moser, Ted Ritxhie, .uther de Diego, Lannie Harwood, Charles Mdridge . SNAPSHOTS st — Co-captain, Miss Sara Ivisor Joyce Sides — Co-captain VIllM r ) —4 - SNAPSHOTS JOE MILLS RETURNING PLAYERS Don Burris, Don Moser, Allan Moose, Bob Burris, Larry Fisher. Baseball BASEBALL TEAM OF 55 AND 56 Coach Charles Harrill, Allan Moose, Max Cruse, Don Moser, Ned Blackwelder, James Moser, Larry Fisher, (SECOND ROW) Bob Burris, Robert Safrit, Junior Rhine- hardt, Ed Lockhardt, Ted Auten, Ned Hudson. What ' s so interesting about the ground??????-? ? | t ' s to be this way. Joe, your eyes are straying! ! ! ! ! The end of a ?e rfect day i t ! ! ' • SENIOR DIRECTORY SHIRLEY ELIZABETH AUTEN Miss Fourth of July 3; Homecoming Queen 3; Basketball Queen 3; Senior Play; Junior Play Pro m p t e r; Annual Business Manager; Beta Club, 3, 4; Basketball I, 3,4, (Co-Captain 3); Bible Club I, 2 (V i c e-P r e s i d e n t 2); Social Club 2; Glee Club 1 , 2, 4; Class Vice-President I ; Christmas Play 2; School Paper Staff 3; Monogram Club 3, 4; Co-Chairman Football Program 4; Bus Patrolman 3, 4; Junior Basketball Manager I; Class Testator 4. EVELYN LYNN BALLARD Booster Club I ; Photography Club I; Travel Club 2; Com- mercial Club 2, 4, (Secretary, Treasurer, Typist); Social Club 3; F . H . A. Club I; F . T . A . Club 4; Senior Play Marshal; Bible Club. CLEVELAND LIPE BARRIER, JR. F. F. A. Club I, 2, 3, 4; Social Club3, 4; Library Club 1, 2. EDWARD WILSON BAUCOM Booster Club I, 3, Social Club 2, 3; Commercial Club 2; Social Relations Club 4; Bus Drivers Club 3, 4; F . F . A. Club I, 2, 3, 4. EDITH ANN BOGER F . H . A . Club I ; L i br a ry Club 2; Commercial Club I , (Typist); Social Relations C I u b 4, (Reporter); Cafeteria Assistant I . ALICE MAE BOST Photography Club I ; Library Club 2, (Assistant Librarian); Commercial Club I; F . H . A. Club I; Bible Club 2; Glee C I u b 1 , 2, 4; So c i a I C I u b 3, 4, (Vice-President 3, President 4); Band 3, 4, (Flag Twirler); Junior Basketball I; Varsity Basketball 2, 3, 4, (Co-Captain 4); Office Secretary 4; Bus Patrolman 2, 3, 4; Junior Play Cashier; Senior Play Marshal . JAMES DICKSON BROOKS Football 2, 3, 4; Li brary Club I; Commercial Club 2; F. F. A. Club I, 2, 3, 4; Booster Club I; Monogram Club 3, 4; Social Club 2; Superlative 4. ROBERT ROY BURRIS Football 2, 3, 4 (Co-Captain 4); Basketball I, 2, 3, 4; Homeroom President I ; Class Secretary I; Monogram Club 3, 4, (President 4); Superlative 4; Travel Club I, (Vice- President); Social Club 2; " Independent " Correspondent 4; Annual Staff 4; Carnival King I . CHARLES RAY CAUBLE Football I, 2, 3, 4; (Co-Captain 3, 4); Monogram Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Tra ve I Club I; Baseball Manager I ; Super- lative 4 . MAX EDWARD CRUSE Commercial Club I, Photograph Club 2, (Vice-President 2); Monogram Club 3; Social Club 4; F. F. A. Club I, 2, 3, 4; Bus Drivers Club 3, 4; Bus Driver 2, 3, 4. FLORENCE JANE CULP Bible Club I; Cheerleader 1 , 2; Christmas Play I; Glee Club I, 2; J u n i o r Basketbal I I; Class Vice-President 2; Varsity Basketball 2, 3, 4, (Co-Captain 3); Most Athletic Award 3; A 1 1 County Basketball Player3,4; MonogramLlub 2, 3, 4, (Reporter 2); Beta Club 3, 4, (Secretary 4); Letter Girl 3, 4, (Chief 4); Bellringer 4; Homecoming Queen 4; Superlative 4; Annual Sports Editor 4; Co- Chairman Football Program 4; Senior Play;Bus Patrolman4. JEAN CAROL DOBY Cheerleader 1 , 2, 3, 4; Commercial C I u b 1 ; F . H . A. Club I; Library Club 2; Photography Club 2; Monogram Club 3, 4; Junior and Senior Play Marshal ; Superlative 4 . CLYDE MORRISON DRYE F. F. A. Club I, 2, 3, 4; Commercial Club I, 2; Booster Club I, 2 Social Club 4; Photography Club 3, (Vice- President); Bus Patrolman 4. MARY FRANCES EUDY Beta Club 3, 4, (Vice-President 3, President 4); Class President 3; Marshal 1; Superlative 4; Class Historian 4; Senior Play Prompter, Christmas play I, 2; Bible Club 1 , 2; F . T. A . Club 3, (President); Booster Club 3; Monogram Club 4; Glee Club I, 2, 4; Manager Girls ' Basketball 3; Girls ' Ensemble 2; Junior Play. ZULA MAE EURY Library Club I; Photography Club I; F. H. A. Club I, 2; Bible Club 2;F. T. A. Club 2;Social Club 3;Commercial Club 4, (Typist); Bus patrolman 3, 4; Junior Play Marshal . NORMA GAIL FAGGART Photography Club I ; Commercial Club I; F . H. A. Club I, 2; Social Club 3, 4; Bible Club 2; Library Club 2, (Assist- ant Librarian); Class Prophet 4; Office Secretary 4; Bus Patrolman 4; Junior Play Cashier. WALTER DORRIS FISHER Library Club I, 3; Travel Club 2; F . F. A. Club 1,2, 3, 4, (Treasurer 4); Social Club 4; Superlative 4; Football 3, 4; Junior and Senior Play Stage Manager. MARY ANN FISHER Cheerleader 1 , 2, 3, 4, (C h i ef 3, 4, ); F . H . A. I, 2, 3, 4, (Secretary 3, Reporter 4); Social Club 2; Photo- graphy Club I; Monogram Club 3, 4, (Treasurer 4); Commercial Club I, 2; School Paper Staff I, 2, 3; Junior Basketball I; Superlative 4; Office Secretary 4; Annual Staff 4; Senior Play Marshal . PAULA LEE FOIL Majorette 8th, I, 2, 3, 4; Bible Club I, 2; Glee Club I, 2, 4; Girls ' Ensemble 2; Social Club 2, 4, (Assistant Director 4); J u n i o r Basketball I; Basketball 2; Class Treasurer 2; Christmas Play 1 , 2; Commercial Club 3, (Editor, Typist); Beta Club 3, 4; Cafeteria Cashier 3,4; Junior Play; Senior Play; Office Secretary 4; Superlative 4; Miss White Christmas 4. FRANCES SUE FOIL Class Treasurer i; Bible Club I, 2, (Reporter 2); Christmas Play I ; Social Club 2; Glee Club I, 2, 4;Monogram Club 3, 4, (Secretary 4); Football Program Committee 4; Beta Club 3, 4; Junior Basketball I, (Captain); Basketball 2, 3, 4; Homecoming Attendant 2, 3; Marshal I, 2, 3, 4; Junior Play; Senior Play; Office Secretary 4; Annual Staff 4, (Typist); Miss HI Miss. LARRY WAYNE FURR Travel Club I, 2; Booster Club 3; Social Relations Club 4; Social Club 2 . JERRY FRANK HAMMILL Baseball 1 , 2; F . F . A . C I u b 1 , 2, 3, 4; Booster Club I ; Dramatics C 1 u b 2; Commercial C I u b 3; Social Club 4; Bus Driver 3, 4. HELEN ELIZABETH HERION Bible Club I, 2; Glee Club I, 2, 4; Girls ' Ensemble Pianist 2; Marshal I, 2, 3, 4; Chief Marshal 4; Graduation Pianist 2; Be t a C I u b 3, 4, (Treasurer 3); Class President 2; Commercial Club 3, (Typist);Social Club 2; Monogram Club 4; Cheerleader 3, 4; Junior Play; Senior Play; Office Secretary 4; Assistant Editor of Annual 4; DAR Winner 4; Christmas Play I, 2; Superlative 4; Foot- ball Program Committee 4. SENIOR DIRECTORY FANNIE RACHEL HONEYCUTT Library Club I; F. H. A. Club 1 , 2, (Treasurer 2); F . T. A. Club 2; Bible Club 2; Social Club 3; Commercial Club 4; School Paper Staff 4; Class Secretary 4; Super- lative 4; Junior Play Marshal ; Senior Play Cashier . ROBERT ALLEN ISENHOUR Travel Club I, 2; Social Relations Club 3; Social 3, 4; Bus Patrolman 2, 3; Bus Driver 3, 4. EVELYN JOANN KEZIAH F. H. A. Cub I ; Library Club I; Travel Club Photo- graphy Club 2; Commercial Club 2; Social Club 3, 4; Junior Play; Cheerleader 4; Senior Play Marshal; Mount Pleasant Queen 4; F. T. A. Club4; Superlative 4; Bus Patrolman 2, 3. CAROLYN SUE LINKER Library Club I; Photography Club l;F. H. A. Club I, 2; Bible Club 2; F. T. A. Club 2; Social Club 3, 4; Senior Play Marshal . CLAUDE HAVIS MCDONALD Travel Club I; Photography Club I, 4, (President 4); Dramatics Club 2; Social Club 2; Library Club 3, (President); Bus Driver 4; Junior Play; Bus Drivers Club4. DAVID WAYNE MILLER Travel Club I; L i b r a r y Club I ; Social Club 3; Social Relations Club 4; Football 2, 3. GEORGE RICHARD MILLS Travel Club I; Library C I u b 2; Bible Club 2; Social Relations Club 3; Christmas Play 3; Photography Club 4; Superlative 4 . LARRY JOE MILLS Football I, 2, 3, 4; Basketball I, 2, 3, 4, (Captain 4); Baseball 4; Monogram Club I, 2, 3, 4, (Vice-President 4; Beta Club 3, 4; Junior Play; Senior Play; Superlative 4; Class President I; Class Secretary 3, Annual Staff 4; Bus Drivers Club4; Travel Club I; Football Program Committee 4; Bus Driver 4. ALLAN LEE MOOSE Travel Club I, 2; Dramatics Club 2; Booster Club 3; Monogram Club 4; F . F . A. Club 1 , 2, 3, 4, (Secretary 4); Football I, 2, 3, 4; Baseball I, 2, 3, 4; Superlative 4; Bus Driver 4; Bus Patrolman 3. HAROLD DEAN MOSER Editor-in-Chief of Annual 4; Beta Club 3, 4; Dramatics Club 2, (Secretary-Treasurer); Bible Club I; Christmas Play I; Commercial Club 3; Social Relations Club 4; Junior Play; Senior Play; Bus Patrolman 3, 4; Superlative 4; Travel Club I . JOYCE ANN MOSER Booster Club I; Commercial Club I, 2, 3, 4, (Editor of School Paper 4; Vice-President 3; President 4); Dramatics C I u b 2; B e t a C I u b 3, 4; G I e e C I u b I , 2, 4; Class Treasurer 4; Basketball 2, 3, 4; Junior Basketball I, 2; Bus Patrolman 4; Senior Play Prompter; Office Secretary 4; F. T. A. Club 4. NATALIE PRINCESS DIANNE MULLIS Photography Club I; Glee Club I, 2, 4; Library Club I; Dramatics Club 2; Social Club 2, 4, (Vice-President 4); Beta C I u b 3; Office Secretary 3, 4; F . T. A. Club 3, 4; Social Relations Club 3, (President); Class Treasurer 3; Homecoming Attendant 4; Senior Play; Superlative 4. GURLEY GLENN RIMER, JR. Bank I, 2, 3, 4; Drum Major I, 2, 3, 4; Monogram Club 3, 4; Social Club2; Travel Club I; Christmas Play 4; Superlative 4; Junior Play; Baseball I, 2; Basketball I, 2, 3, 4. MARGARET ANN RINEHARDT Band I, 2, 3, 4; F. H. A. Club I, 2, 3, 4, (Reporter 2, Parlia mentarian 3, Historian 4); Basketball I; Booster Club I, 4, (President 4); Commercial Club 2,3; Junior Play Marshal; Senior Play; Dramatics Club 2; Basketball Manager 4 JAMES EDWARD SHOE, JR. Travel Club I; Booster Club 2; F. F. A. Club 2; Library Club 3; Social Relations Club 4. JOYCE ELIZABETH SIDES Monogram Cl ub 4; F. H. A. Club I; Booster Club I, (S e c r e t a r y); S o c i a I C I u b 2, 3; Dramatics Club I, (President); Majorette 8th, I, 2, 3, 4; Chief Majorette 3, 4; Basketball I, 2, 3, 4, (Co-Captain 4); Junior and Senior Play Marshal; Homecoming Attendant 4; Annual Staff 4; Superlative 4. NANCY LUNORA SMITH Travel Club I ; F. H. A. Club I, 2; Social Club 3, 4; Glee Club 4 . MERLE FLOYD SOLLINGER, JR. Basketball 2, 3, 4; Baseball 3, 4; Bus Driver 3, 4; Library Club 2, (Secretary); Social Club 3; Monogram Club 4; Band 3, 4; Tribune Correspondent 4; Junior Play; Senior Play; Library Assistant 2; Color Guard 2. JANE ELLEN STALLINGS Commercial Club I, 3, (Business Manager 3); Social Club 1, 4; Photography Club 2; Dramatics Club 2, (Vice- President); Beta Club 3, 4; Vice President Senior Class; Superlative 4; Basketball I, 2, 3, 4; Bus Patrolman 3, 4; Junior Play; Senior Play; Class Poet 4; Girls ' Ensemble 2; Glee Club I, 2, 4. TROY BAXTER TALLEY F. F. A. Club I, 2, 3, 4; Social Club 2, 3, 4; Photo- graphy Club 3 . JERRY RALPH TUCKER Monogram Club I, 2, 3, 4; Travel Club I; Football I, 2, 3, 4; Basketball I; Superlative 4. CLAUDE ARCHIE VANHOY Photograph Club I; Dramatics Club 2; Travel Club 2; Commercial Club 3, 4; Social Club 4; F . F . A. Club I , 2 , 3, 4, (President 4); Beta C I u b 3, 4; Superlative 4; Senior Class President. FLETCHER MITCHELL VICKERS Band I, 2, 3, 4; Tumbler I, 2, 3; F. T. A. Club I, 2, 3, 4; School Paper Staff; Cheerleader 2; Commercial Club 3, 4. AUDREY PAULINE WALKER Beta Club 3, 4; Booster Club I, 3, (Vice-President 3); Travel Club I; Photography Club 2; Commercial Club 2; Social Club 3; F. H. A. Club 3; Senior Play Marshal. CHARLES ALVIN YORKE Travel Club I, 2; Commercial Club 2; Booster Club 3, (Secretary); Social Relations Club 4; Beta Club 3,4; F. F. A. Club I, 2, 3, 4, (Vice-Pres id en t 4); Junior Play; Senior Play; Class Vice-President 3; Superlative 4; Bus Patrolman 3; Bus Driver 4. Smile pretty ° Posed Picf l ire If I ever sow ° 0 e . I ; Diary Products are Cabarrus Creamery Products make them your favorite too CABARRUS CREAMERY COMPANY, INC 357 N. Church St. Concord, N. C. Many thanks for the privilege of working with you on your annual pictures. JIM WISE STUDIO Phone 2-9731 Concord, North Carolina RINGS AROUND THE WORLD HERFF-JONES COMPANY E. L. Hedrick, Representative Maker of the Mount Pleasant High School Class Rings since 1935 COMPLIMENTS OF KINDLEY COTTON MILLS MOUNT PLEASANT, NORTH CAROLINA FARMERS’ LIVESTOCK MARKET Livestock Auction Every Monday " Rimertown " Fred Cruse, Manager Phone 9044 Route 3, Concord, North Carolina CRUSE’S ABATTOIR Wholesalers and Dtalers in Pork and Beef " Rimertown " Custom Slaughtering Phone 25061 Route 3 Concord, North Carolina Best Wishes WILKINSON ' S, INC. Furniture and Appliances Establ ished 1903 Phone 3164 292 North Church Street Concord, North Carolina FISHER-EARNHARDT OIL COMPANY Gas, Kerosene, Oil, Fuel Oil Phone 3611 Mount Pleasant, North Carolina COMPLIMENTS OF SHERRILL FURNITURE COMPANY Complete Home Furniture Company Concord, North Carolina Mount Pleasant, North Carolina JOHNSON’S SUPERETTE AND PLAZA SUPER MARKET Worth Johnson, Owner Phone 72721 Plaza, 5836 China Grove Kannapolis, North Carolina KANNAPOLIS BAKERY Golden Crust Bread and Tasty Cakes Phone 8136 or 7146 Kannapolis, North Carol ina r MOUNT PLEASANT MILLING COMPANY Manufacturers of Flour, Meal, and Feed Mount Pleasant, North Carolina COMPLIMENTS OF CANNON MILLS Kannapolis, North Carolina G. A. Batte — Representative J r BEST WISHES THE DAILY from : INDEPENDENT I Cabarrus County ' s Leading Newspaper THE SENIOR First in News, First in Advertising ! First in Circulation ; Phone 211, Kannapolis, N.C. CLASS OF 1957 | L : — , — — . — . — i CONCORD TRACTOR AND MOTOR COMPANY McCormick— international— Packard West Corban and Crowell Streets Phones 5119 and 3277 Concord, North Carolina BIGGERS BROTHERS, INC Wholesale Distributors 2800 South Boulevard ] [ TUSCARORA , COTTON MILL ! with continued good ! ]■ wishes for !; " THE TIGERS " v. Charlotte I, North Carolina Mount Pleasant North Carol ina Compl iments of CABARRUS FOOD CENTRE Concord, North Carolina Free parking Low prices Home Owned — Compl iments of DR. A. L. BARRINGER Mount Pleasant, North Carolina — ■■■■ " ■V.V.W.V.W.V.W.V, FARMERS’ WHOLESALE SEED AND FEED STORE, INC Phone 2-3926 P. O. Box 1260 Concord, North Carolina Distributors of Purina Chows in Cabarrus County Compliments of JOHN H. HERION Mount Pleasant, North Carolina Compl iments of " THE 49’ER GRILL Phone 3924 Highway 49 - North Main » 5 Mount Pleasant, North Carolina PIEDMONT BANK AND TRUST COMPANY Davidson, Mooresville, Mount Pleasant Phone 3601 Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation STANLY HARDWARE COMPANY Distributor for Spalding, MacGregor, Riddell Athletic Equipment " Always the Best Place to Trade " Phone 10 or 93 Albemarle, North Carolina L COMPLIMENTS of MOUNT PLEASANT HOSIERY MILLS Phone 3301 Mount Pleasant, North Carolina COMPLIMENTS of A. W. MOOSE DRUG COMPANY Druggists since 1882 Mount Pleasant, North Carolina Phone 2311 GREEN HILL DAIRY FARM Breeders of Pure Breed Guernsey Cattle Phone 3182 Route I Mount Pleasant, North Carolina Compl iments of JOHN H. HOPKINS AND SONS Building Contractors Concord, North Carolina L, CULP BROTHERS Farm Products and Any Type Grading Work Phone Crescent 6907 6902 Route 2 Gold Hill, N. C. COMPLIMENTS OF ROWAN PRINTING COMPANY Salisbury, North Carolina — — — — i LOWRANCE j JOHNSTON’S IMPLEMENT FURNITURE COMPANY, INC COMPANY Dealer for modern Kannapolis, North Carolina power farm machinery Melvin Vandenburg, Manager ; Graduate of Class 1936 ; of Mount Pleasant NEW AND USED Homelite Chain Saws ALLIS CHALMERS— NEW HOLLAND Highway 29, Concord, North Carolina __ _ _ _ ' EUDY’S MILLER LUMBER i | SERVICE STATION COMPANY Groceries Cold Drinks ; M. D. Kluttz, Manager Good Gulf Gasoline and Oil ! Building Material , | Phone 3774 ; Phone 2341 Mount Pleasant, North Carolina ■ Mount Pleasant, North Carolina j — — — . s t i | CABARRUS BANK | AND TRUST I COMPANY Concord- Kannapolis- Albemarle, North Carolina Concord Offices: Next to ; County Courthouse ! and Wil-Mar Park near i! Hospital E. L. MORRISON LUMBER COMPANY Lumber and Building Materials Phone 3216 267 West Corban Street Concord, North Carolina SHOE-O’NEAL MOTORS Sales and Service ! Modern Body Shop Wil-Mar Park | Concord, North Carol ina SHOE-O’NEAL SPORTING GOODS, INC " We specialize in Sports " Phone 12051. Concord, North Carolina YORKE AND WADSWORTH HARDWARE South Church Street Concord, North Carolina Best Wishes W. H. LEONARD, JR., JEWELERS " The Store of Convenient Terms " ; 51 South Union Street Concord, North Carolina — NU-TRED TIRE SERVICE Quality Recapping and Complete Tire Service Phone 6218 524 North Church Street Concord, North Carol ina CONCORD PERPETUAL BUILDING LOAN ASSOC. 9 Means Street Telephone 6231 Concord, North Carolina — THE CONCORD TRIBUNE AND RADIO STATION WEGO For the Best Results In Advertising-Use Concord, North Carolina LITTLE PIG BAR-B-QUE " Try Our Famous Barbecue " Barbecued Fresh Daily North Church Street Concord, North Carolina — Compliments of CABARRUS FCX Concord, North Carolina Manager-Char les Gallimore T. A. BARRINGER CABARRUS COUNTY LUMBER COMPANY SHERIFF DEPARTMENT Phone 3429 J. B. Roberts, Sheriff Mount Pleasant, North Carolina Concord, North Carolina ... i „ Compl iments of " FOR GIFTS YOU GIVE WITH PRIDE, LET HOTEL CONCORD ELLIS JEWELERS Phone 2261 BE YOUR GUIDE. " Concord, North Carolina Concord, North Carol ina COMPLIMENTS OF W. G. MOSER Concord, North Carolina c — — . 7 ROCK SMITH GARAGE ; FARMER ' S SERVICE STATION Repairs on all works and models Grocer ies-Meats-Feeds Phone 11282 Esso Gas-Oil Mount Pleasant Highway Phone 8345 Concord, North Carolina Mount Pleasant Highway PLOTT ' S FLORIST BARNHARDT ' S SELF-SERVICE " Flowers For All Occasions " Phone 2-5676 Fresh Meats — Groceries — Produce Mount Pleasant Highway Phone 2180 Concord, North Carolina Route 1 Mount Pleasant, N. C. VIRGINIA ' S FASHIONS OF DISTINCTION Compl iments of Kannapolis, North Carolina DAIRY QUEEN Phone 7636 Concord, North Carolina South Main Street 1 i r” FAGGART BROTHERS AUCTI ON HOUSE AND i LUMBER COMPANY SURPLUS STORE Phone 27011 - 8521 " Everything in Army and Navy Surplus " Highway 29 Concord, North Carolina Kannapolis, North Carol ina Compl iments of With Best Wishes From The COOK ' S PACKING PLANT CONCORD NATIONAL BANK : Pork and Beef Packers " No Account too Large-- None too Smal 1 . " ; Concord, North Carolina Concord, North Carolina !; ' Compl iments of PROPST BROTHERS ; SANITARY BARBER SHOP : " Distributors of Esso Products " Your patronage is always appreciated 1 Phone 4111 Rockwell, North Carolina ! Concord, North Carolina Lewis Rothrock John Culp " Happy Motoring " — - . , „ r . — — — — — — j Compl iments of Compliments RITCHIE AUTO PARTS of Phone 2106 WINECOFF MOTOR LINES 35 South Spring Street Concord, North Carolina Concord, North Carolina Compl iments of CRESS BROS., INC. BARRINGER ' S GROCERY Fresh meats Plumbing, Heating, Air Conditioning Vegetables and Fruits Esso Oil Burner — -Myers Pumps Phone 3211 York Cress Guy Cress Mount Pleasant, North Carolina 1 Concord, North Carolina LOWDER HARDWARE CO., INC. ALL STAR MILLS, INC. High Grade Flour Wilson Sporting Goods Plain Self Rising G. E. Appliances Poultry, Dairy, Hog Feeds " Everybody ' s Store " Albemarle, North Carolina Phone 325 and 1040 Z Albemarle, North Carolina j MARTIN’S DRIVE-IN " After Movie Snacks at Their Best " Phone 8444 Concord, North Carolina Compl iments of EARL ' S TIRE STORE Tire Recapping Wil-Mar Park Concord, North Carolina MAGNETO ELECTRIC SERVICE 223 West Depot Street Phone 6285 Concord, North Carolina BROOME FURNITURE CO. Warren C. Broome, Prop. Concord, North Carol ina HOWARD JOHNSON RESTAURANT " Landmark for Hungry Americans " Highway 29 Concord, North Carolina — Compl iments of EARNHARDT FURNITURE SHOP Highway 49 i ___ : FIOWE ' S AMOCO AND GROCERY Route 2 Gold Hill, N. C. Highway 49 :[ ■i MOUNT PLEASANT MOUNT PLEASANT INSURANCE AGENCY, INC. FINANCE COMPANY, INC. Edith F. Peninger, Manager " Any type Loans " " All Forms of Insurance " Financing and Re-financing Mount Pleasant, North Carolina Mount Pleasant, North Carolina Phone 2271 Phone 2271 COMPLIMENTS OF BEN CALLAHAN __________________ COMPLIMENTS OF Nationwide ■JhP MUTUAL INSURANCE COMPANY V HOME OFFICE • COLUMBUS, OHIO , Ptrm rlfi fAlM HJILAU INSUIANCI Mount Pleasant, North Carolina C. M. Troutman, Representative VANDERBURG’S TELEVISION AND RADIO SERVICE CITY DRY CLEANERS " For Dependable T. V. and Radio Service " Dry Cleaning and Laundry Service Georgeville Road Phone 2731 Concord, North Carolina Mount Pleasant, North Carolina i— . - - . , „ , . BILL ' S SUPER MARKET Grocer ies-Oil -Gas Phone 3241 Mount Pleasant, North Carolina ROCKWELL FURNITURE CO. Complete Home Furnishings Quality Furniture at Budget Prices Rockwel I North Carol ina Best Wishes to the Graduating Class of 1957 LEDER BROTHERS DEPARTMENT STORE Concord, North Carolina THE HUB, INC. Furniture-Kelvinator Phones: 5115 26036 51 Buffalo Street, Concord, N. C. -? r- TERRY PRODUCTS CO. " Terry Special ists " Robes, Beach Accessories Infants Wear Kannapolis, North Carol ina LUDWIG ' S STUDIO " You will like our pictures " Kannapolis, North Carolina COMPLIMENTS OF BARRINGER MOTOR CO. Mount Pleasant, North Carolina COMPLIMENTS OF RUTH ' S FABRIC SHOP Phone 2727 Mount Pleasant, North Carolina __________ r _ LAWSON FOIL FOIL HARDWARE Your Philco Dealer Mount Pleasant, North Carolina Telephone 3551 .! Mount Pleasant, North Carolina , — ALEXANDER ' S FLOWER SHOP COMPLIMENTS OF " Flowers whisper what | words can never say. " EAGLE ' S BARBER SHOP : Phone 2365 ; Phone 3891 Mount Pleasant, North Carolina Mount Pleasant, North Carolina 1 When You Think of Jewelry — Go To SHEPHERD ' S DEPENDABLE JEWELER 25 Market Street, Concorcl, N. C " Quality Printing at Economy Prices " KESTLERS BROTHERS PRINTERS Phone 5273 Concord, North Carolina — — — : EVANS COLLEGE OF COMMERCE H. E. HALL FURNITURE CO. ! Secretarial — Accounting Home of Friendly Service | Day and Night Classes 16 West Depot Street Phone 2-6046 | Morris Building Concord, North Carolina Phone 2259 Concord, North Carolina FOSTER DRUG COMPANY Phone 2136 Concord, North Carolina ; Compl iments of WILLIAMS BROTHERS GROCERY Concord, North Carolina ....... L I BOB ' S LAUNDRY Oldest-Largest- Best Master Cleaners and Furriers Complete dry cleaning Service Dial 2222 Concord, North Carolina Compliments of CITIZEN ' S NATIONAL BANK Concord, North Carolina Compliments of HAMMETT INSURANCE AGENCY Phone 3261 Mount Pleasant, North Carolina MARNOT MODERN BODY SHOP Complete Body Rebuilding and Painting Highway 29 Phone 7181 Concord, North Carol ina ROBINSON ' S, INC. Specialty Shop for Women and Children Concord, North Carolina Compliments of JEAN ' S BEAUTY SHOP Phone 3851 Mount Pleasant, North Carolina 1 :i i GOODMAN ' S GROCERY MOUNT PLEASANT TRANSFER " Fancy and Stable Groceries " Local and Long Distance Hauling Residence 3542 Mount Pleasant, North Carolina Office 3541 LENTZ HARNESS SHOP We deal in all types of leather: Riding saddles. Collars, and Harnesses Highway 49 Gold Hill North Carolina — HEILIG ' S STORE General Merchandise T. V. Service ■! Watch Repair Phone 2411 ;■ Mount Pleasant North Carolina i QUESTION SHOP ! Radio Suppl ies ; Electronic Equipment ! S. Spring at Barbrick Street ; Phone 3264 ! Concord North Carolina HUNTER RADIO AND TELEVISION Expert Television and Radio Service 217 West Depot Street Concord, North Carolina Phone 7103 I AUTOGRAPHS J A l ' 4 % | AUTOGRAPHS IL ijA ' VXJ ' I ' iPT A .;iR ft ' . r -t cjr " ••• ' ' • uyy fi y IV f vT A u 2 i da . 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