Mount Pleasant High School - Tiger Roar Yearbook (Mount Pleasant, NC)
- Class of 1961
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1961 Mount Pleasant High School Mount Pleasant, North Carolina Volume XIV BUDDY McDONALD Editor- in- Chief RACHEL VANDERBURG Assistant Editor buddy McDonald Editor-in-Chief RACHEL VANDERBURG Assistant Editor SUSAN NANCE Advertising Manager JOHN LITAKER Advertising Manager Annual Staff MYRON BLACKWELDER Art Editor 2 DEANE CASPER Typist i JANET FISHER Sports Editor NORRIS PLOTT Sports Editor Annual Staff MRS. MADGE PLESS Advisor MISS ROSA JAMES Advisor 3 Dedication For the lasting respect you have earned from the students and teachers alike in the past twenty-four years of your undying service to your school; for your undying devotion to your work, and for your sincere effort to help each student at our school; we, the Senior Class of 1961, respectfully dedicate this edition of the TIGER ROAR to you, MR. M. R. McLEOD. 4 Tribute With deepest gratitude and sincere thanks for her help in our last year at Mount Pleasant High School, we wish to pay tribute to one of our Senior Class adviso rs and Annual sponsor. For her help in this our big year, we want to thank her more than words can express. For these rea- sons, we pay tribute to MRS. MADGE PLESS. 5 Foreword This is a record in words and pictures of the 1960-61 year atMount Pleasant High School. A year filled with memories, a year filled with much joy and some sadness, marked with smiles and tears. We, the annual staff have tried to present a true picture of life at our school. In future years it is our hope that you will look back within this book and recall some of these cherished memories. Where is the heart that doth not keep within its inmost core, Some fond remembrance hidden deep of days that are no more. — Howarth 6 Contents -A Administration 8 -Autumn 10 Win Inter 40 s, ' prLn 70 - IdvertiAements 103 7 Administration LESTER W. McCARN University of North Carolina, A. B. Appalachian State Teachers College, M. A. Social Studies and Government ELLEN BLACKWELDER Secretary to the Principal ■ PRINCIPAL ■ 8 Administration SCHOOL BOARD Dr. A. L. Barringer, Chair- man; Floyd Moose. Stand- ing: Jack Barrier, C. lipe Barrier. MR. C. A. FURR Superintendent of Cabarrus County Schools 9 mn Just as the summer green reluctantly blends in to the brilliant shades of autumn, do we regretfully leave the leisurely summer countryside and return to the halls of learning. We eighth graders come for the last time as grammar students, we freshmen come for the first time to high school, we of the Student Council come for the first time, and we teachers come as certainly as the sea- sons. When the morning air begins to greet us with a crisp " hello 11 and the temperature drops with the setting sun, our thoughts turn to football. . . to cheering crowds, lively music, and pretty girls, to heavy coats, pop corn, and hot chocolate, to new uniforms, new records, and new championships ! MRS. CAROL ARMSTRONG B. S. , Appalachian State Teachers College English and Social Studies MISS ROSA JAMES A. B. , Salem College Social Studies, English Faculty MRS. MADGE PLESS A. B. , Winthrop College English, Spanish MR. WAYNE WOODWARD A. B. , Taylor University Bible, Civics 12 MR. MORGAN WALKER B. S. , Pfeiffer College Physical Education MISS RUTH JAMES B. S. , Salem College Home Economics MR. M. R. McLEOD B. S. , A. C. State College Agriculture Faculty MRS. IRA JANE RAY B. S. , Appalachian State Teachers College Lenoir Rhyne College Commercial MR. ARDEN RAY A. B. , Lenoir Rhyne College Physical Education Mathematics 13 MR. RALPH PLATTE A. B. , Catawba College Guidance Counselor Social Studies MRS. NANCY BOST A. B. , Meredith College Science MR. KENNETH RUDOLPH B. S. , Pfeiffer College Advanced Science, Chemistry General Science Faculty MRS. MOSES T. MOYE A. B. , Atlantic Christian College Graduate Work at the University of North Carolina Librarian MR. PETER BROUIL ' LETTE B. S. , Northern Illinois University Music Education 14 MRS, ANNA FISHER A. B. , Woman ' s College of the University of North Carolina Graduate Work: Appalachian State Teachers College, State College Woman ' s College of the University of North Carolina Science MRS. EMMA CROWE A. B. , Woman ' s College of the University of North Carolina Graduate Work: University of South Carolina, Appalachian State Teachers College Woman ' s College of the University of North Carolina English, History MRS. ELIZABETH VALLEY B. S. , University of South Carolina Summer Sessions: E uke, Winthrop Pfeiffer, Catawba Mathematics MR. BILLY HUTCHINSON B. S., Appalachian State Teachers College Graduate Work: Appalachian State Teachers College Social Studies, Physical Education CLASS OF ' 65 Eighth Grade Faculty Eighth Grade Officers .First row, left to right: Archie Von Cannon, Linda Tucker, Julia Treece, Ruth Burris, Larry Hack, Carl Goodman. Second row: Patricia Blackwelder, Gerald Krimminger, Johnny Arey, Irenda Stoner, Richard Whittington. Third row: Janet Auten, Dianne Broeils, Jerry Lambert, Sharon Barrier. 15 BOBBY ALLMON JOHNNY AREY JANET AUTEN JOYCE AUTEN LINDA BARNHARDT SHIRLEY BARNHARDT TOMMY BARNHARDT FRANKIE BARRINGER NORRIS BARRINGER SUE BARRINGER WAYNE BARRINGER GARY BARRIER SHARON BARRIER SHIRLEY BARRIER ELAINE BAUCOM LINDA BELK LARRY BLACK JANICE BLACK PATRICIA BLACKWELDER BEVERLY BODENKEIMER BOBBY BOGER LARRY BOST RUBY BOST DIANE BROEILS JIMMY BUCKWELL GARY BURNETT BECKY BURRIS CORNEL BURRIS JACKIE BURRIS RUTH BURRIS BENNY CALLAHAN KAY CARPENTER GARY CARRIKER SAM CAUBLE LEWIS CHRISTENBURY NED CHRISTY JUDY COLEY EDDIE COOK FRANKIE COOK PAT CORL 16 BRENDA COX BETTY CLAY MONROE CLAY BETTY CLINE RONALD CLINE VIRGINIA CRAYTON HAROLD DR YE MARVIN DR YE SHERRY DR YE NED EARNHARDT BARRY EBERHARDT GERALDINE EDGISON DIANE ELLINGTON BILL EUDY DIANNE EUDY LINDA FISHER RICHARD FISHER WAYNE FURR BRENDA GANDY ELLEN GANDY BILLY GILMORE CARL GOODMAN ATLAS HAHN MIKE HAMMILL LINDA HARTSELL KAY HARTSELL MINNIE HARVELL NANCY HEINTZ WAYNE HERRING RONALD HERLOCKER HOY HILL VERNON HILL TONY HOWELL KATHERINE HONEYCUTT LARRY HONEYCUTT JEAN JOHNSON MARGIE KINDLEY BETTY KIRK DAVID KLUTTZ RICHARD KLUTTZ GERALD KRIMMINGER JERRY LAMBERT REGGIE LAMBERT RANDY LEAZER ARCHIE LEFLER JOHN LENTZ CHARLES LITAKER TONDA LITAKER CHARLES LUDWIG 17 PHILIP McRORIE RICHARD McMAHAN TERRY MORRELL JAMES MEASIMER GAY MEDLIN GERALD MILLS KENNETH MISENHEIMER JOHNNY MORGAN DIANNE MOOSE ALVIN MOSER HOYLE MOSS JOHN RAY MOSS FERRIS MOTLEY TONY PAGE SUSAN PHILLIPS MIKE RINEHARDT CAROLYN RITCHIE DAVIE RITCHIE LEWIS RITCHIE SUSIE RITCHIE LANCE SAFRIT GAYNELL SANDERS BRENDA SANFORD ANNE MARIE SHIPTON NORMAN SIFFORD GARY SHOE BAREARA SKEEN DANNY SMITH REBA SHOEMAKER RICHARD STANCIL LINDA STEGALL DIANNE STIRES LINDA STONER BRENDA STONER TONY TALBERT CAROLYN TALLEY DAVID TALLEY LEON TALLEY JULIA TREECE BRENDA TROUTMAN BRENDA TUCKER LINDA TUCKER SHARON VANDERBURG ARCHIE VONCANNON PAUL WALKER JOYCE WETTER RICHARD WHITTINGTON 18 CLASS OF ' 64 Officers sp nm m oummS g wtowbiS jMg K— CAROL ALEXANDER President DAVE TARLTON Vice President m JUDY SNIDER Secretary » ' 11 " ' ' ■MWiHR IB atKS HHMW SH W l 3 kHMIlKHWMM m ■ « S ' ? KMI ■■ s M» II— H I M Tl ' liim WBMf s mm mss mm mm mm -mm Mwwtmmm s mm m nr I ' mewMmm i r HOWARD BOGER Treasurer Ma Ml i l « M ' tmmmi mm IMk A Advisors H I - IHI K ■ i ' Arden Ray, Ivliss Ruth James, Brown McAllister, Wayne Woodward. 19 c L A S s OF ' 64 CAROL ALEXANDER HOY ALLMAN PHY LIS ALLMAN HAROLD ALLMOND | FRIEDA BARNHARDT JIMMY BALLARD P. H. BARNHARDT WAYNE BARNHARDT BEVERLY AUTEN JACKIE AUSTON GAYNELLE BARBEE DAVID BARBEE RONNIE BARRIER JANET BARRINGER CATHY BARRINGER SAUNDRA BAUGH HOWARD BOGER PHYLIS BOST GAYLE BOST TERRY BOWERS TOMMY BLANCHARD JOHN BLOCK DANNY BRAFFORD JANICE BROOME JAMES COLEY JIMMY COOK LIBBY COOK PATSY CRAMER BERNIE CREED CHARLES CRUSE WAYNE CRUSE CATHY DEAL FAYE DR YE LINDA DRYE TED EARNHARDT MARY EUDY MICHAEL EUDY RITA EUDY MARY FAGGART CLARENCE FINK 21 RONALD GANDY DORIS GULLEDGE PATRICIA HAMMILL LAWTON HATLEY VAUGHN HATLEY LARRY HEINTZ JUDY HENLEY FRANCES HONEYCUTT WAYNE HONEYCUTT ALVIN HURLQCKER SUE HERLOCKER CHARLIE JAMES ANN JOHNSON MARY ANN KING JEANETTE KLUTTZ GENEVA KRIMMINGER ELDON LAMBERT CHARLES LENTZ WANDA LOWDER BRENDA LOVE BUTCH MED UN GENE MILLER BRADY PARNELL LUTHER PARNELL 22 TEREASA PATTERSON CAROLYN PLOTT MARTHA RICHARDS TED RINEHARDT HP " ' ANGELA RITCHIE JOHNSIE RUSS BRENDA SCOTT TAMARA SCOTT JO ANNE SEHORN SUE SHOE BRUCE SMITH CARL SMITH PRISCILLA SMITH LIBBY SNEED JUDY SNIDER DONALD TALLEY JOHN TALLEY DAVE TARLTON MARGARET THOMPKINS BARBARA TROUTMAN TEENA WAGNER RONNIE WAGNER JOYCE WALTER BUDDY WATTS CONNIE WENSIL BRENDA WHITE ROBERT WHITLEY BRENDA WIDENHOUSE HAROLD WILKENSON 23 Autumn Scenes Booster Club The purpose of the Booster Club is to promote the various athletics in our school. On November 19, we sponsored the annual " Sadie Hawkins Dance. " This dance was also a victory dance celebrating our triumph over Troy making us Granite Belt Champions. All the money made in this club will be used for athletic equipment. The only requirement for members is that they have a great interest in sports and g ive their support to the teams. First row, left to right: Morgan Walker, Advisor; Officers: Carolyn Drye, Robbian Dennis, Brenda Shinn, Ray Vanderburg, Donna Cox. Second row: Belinda Carter, Jeanette Kluttz, Jo Ann Sehom, Janice Broome, Gaynelle Barbee, Paulette Hall, Sue Herlocker, Rita Eudy, Brenda White, Joyce Walter. Third row: Tereasa Patterson, Phylis Allman, Brenda Frick, John Block, Sarah Clay, Freida Bamhardt, Gayle Bost, Judy Henley, Mary Eudy. Fourth row: Ann Kirk, Judy Snider, Dave Tarlton, Buddy Watts, Cathy Barringer, Ann Casper, Judy Cline, Carolyn Plott, Carol Alexander, Faye Drye. Fifth row: Connie Wensil, Martha Richards, Barbara Troutman, Angela Ritchie, Libby Cook, Tamara Eberhardt, Joyce Brawley, Jimmy Ballard, Hoy Allman, Robert Stegall. Monogram Club The Monogram Club is an organization composed of all students in high school that have earned a letter either in sports or band. The purpose of the club is to sponsor various activities wi th which to raise money for the Athletic Department and for the club itself. It is hoped that in the future the money will be used to buy jackets or sweaters for its members. Kneeling, officers: Pat Morgan, Becky Arey, Stancil Baucom, Eddie Fisher. Standing: Mary Snider, Judy Killian, Kenneth Earnhardt, Janet Fisher, Wayne Rinehardt, Linda Suther, Carol Bost, Jerry Auten, Coach Arden Ray. Second row: Margie Drye, Archie Smith, Jerry Ballard, Ronnie Hurlocker, Ronnie Hahn, Joe Fisher, Bobby Smith, Norris Plott, Watt Burris, Gwyn Litaker, Don Gray, H. D. Eudy, Woody Foil, Don Eudy. 25 STANCIL BAUCOM President KATE MOOSE Vice President BRENDA KLUTTZ Secretary HOWARD SANFORD Treasurer Student Council The Mount Pleasant High School Student Council is the fresh- man organization being in its first year. Even though young, we feel that some good has been accomplished. One of our first acti- vities was the sponsorship of " Teacher Appreciation Week. " Polished apples and notes of appreciation were presented to each teacher. One day during the week the teachers were given a coffee break. Christmas was appropriately celebrated with several assemblies devoted to the singing of carols, old and new. At the last assembly our janitors and maids were remembered with large cartons and bags of groceries. Yes, the Student Council may be young and inexperienced, but it is active. First row, left to right: Mr. R. Brown McAllister, Advisor; Rachel Bost, Virginia Tucker, Susan Nance, Beverly Auten, Linda Drye, Brenda Scott, Wanda Lowder, Brenda Morgan. Second row: Reba Barrier, Ginny Anthony, Nancy Plott, Etta Hopkins, Rita Barrier, Kay Earnhardt, Linda Suther. Third row: Bruce Cartner, Woody Foil, Buddy McDonald, Tom Beatty, Alvin Hurlocker, Danny Brafford, Alan McMahan. Mt. Pleasant High School can be proud of their football team this year. They finished with a 7-3 record, rolled up a good many points and all year played consistantly good football. Well supported by fans, students and band, the Tigers played football as a team, working as one unit. This type of play brought us success and the championship. ' 60 - ' 61 Tigers G B C Champion JERRY BALLARD 27 RONNIE HAHN JERRY BALLARD STANCIL BAUCOM Q. B. , Senior, Captain Center, Senior, Captain H. B. , Senior, All Conference All Conference All Conference EDDIE FISHER BUDDY McDONALD GLENN KLUTTZ H. B. , Senior Q. B. , Senior Guard, Senior RONNIE HERLOCKER Tackle, Senior, All Conference BOBBY SMITH End, Senior JUNIOR TUCKER End, Senior 28 FREDDY HAMMILL TOM BEATTY JIMMY BARRIER H. B. , Junior End, Junior, All Conference Tackle, Junior RAY VANDERBURG Tackle, Junior JERRY AUTEN Guard, Junior JOE FISHER H. B. , Sophomore DON GRAY H. B. , Sophomore WATT BURRIS Guard, Sophomore, All Conference DAVID LOCKHARDT H. B. , Sophomore 29 HOWARD SANFORD H. B. , Sophomore TONY LAMBERT Guard, Sophomore GERALD CLINE Guard, Sophomore ALAN McMAHAN End, Sophomore DAVE TARLTON Center, Freshman Kneeling: Henry Kluttz, David Kluttz. Standing: Archie Shue, Mike Talbert. 30 COACH ARDEN RAY Head Coach COACH MORGAN WALKER Backfield Coach Coaches discuss tactics for game. 31 32 Action Tigers Work 33 34 Football Banquet RONNIE HAHN JERRY BALLARD Most Outstanding Best Defensive RONNIE HERLOCKER Best Blocker STANCIL BAUCOM Best Sportsmanship buddy McDonald Most Improved Scoreboard MOUNT PLEASANT 6 NORWOOD 18 MOUNT PLEASANT 13 MONROE 62 MOUNT PLEASANT 27 TROY 12 MOUNT PLEASANT 44 ANSON CO. 0 MOUNT PLEASANT 27 CHARLOTTE 13 MOUNT PLEASANT 20 HARTSELL 0 MOUNT PLEASANT 0 CONCORD 13 MOUNT PLEASANT 33 BADIN 7 MOUNT PLEASANT 39 LOWELL 12 MOUNT PLEASANT 19 MT. HOLLY 13 MOUNT PLEASANT 20 TROY 0 35 MT. PLEASANT — Coach Arden Ray ' s Tigers in 1960 proved at least two things: 1. A team with desire can do marvelous things; 2. And, practice makes perfect. The Mt. Pleasant Tigers let their offense bog down in the season opener this year against Norwood and the following week got in the way of the Re be Is of Monroe who socked them good, 62-13. From that date — September 2nd — however, the Tigers took a new lease on life and, under the watchful eye of coaches Ray and Morgan Walker put desire above all else. The tide changed. How it changed. Except for a surprisingly-close 13-0 defeat at the hands of the Concord Spiders, the Mounts ran ramsack over every remaining opponent on their schedule. Especially sweet was a 20-0 victory over the Hartsell Bulldogs who the previous year had taken the measure of the Tigers in a sudden-death Granite Belt Conference Playoff. In a repeat performance in a GBC Playoff, the Tigers this year put the finishing touches on a commendable season by rolling over Troy, 20-0. In regular season play, the Mounts had beaten Troy by 27-12. Here, briefly, is how the Mt. Pleasant Tigers recov- ered from those two opening losses to develop into a team that Coaches Ray and Walker commended, and that scored 223 points to the opponents ' 150 (62 of them in that dis- asterous Monroe game): NORWOOD 18, MP 6 Mt. Pleasant led the game in every statistic, but the final score, leading in rushing, 151 to 72 yards; passing, 102 to 30 yards. The Tigers moved the ball well but the drives bogged down inside Norwood territory. Buddy McDonald, Stancil Baucom and Lockhardt were big MP gainers. MONROE 62, MP 13 Monroe jumped into an early 13-0 lead in three plays and coasted to the win although the Mounts ' defense did have some good stands and McDonald, Ronnie Hahn sparked a good passing offense. MP 27, TROY 12 As Coach Ray said, " We ' ve found the missing link, " and riding the td-passing of Hahn and bulldozing of Lockhardt, the Tigers survived a tight first half. Eddie Fisher also got in on the td-tossing. MP 44, ANSON COUNTY 0 Running a full head of steam, the Mounts routed Anson County which had filled an open date, picking 280 yards rushing and another 82 yards through the air. Mount stars were numerous. MP 27, CHARLOTTE 13 The Tigers again got off to a slow start but, with the defense k e e p i n g Charlotte Catholic runners quiet, the Mounts ground out 21 first downs with 285 yards rushing and another 52 over land. MP 20, HARTSELL 0 The Tigs were stingy as they gave up the ball to Hartsell a few times and then deep in Hartsell territory. While Hartsell was held to only 39 yards, the Mounts, led by Fisher and Baucom picked up a total of 312 yards on the ground and through the air. CONCORD 13, MP 0 Concord spiders scored the first and last time they had the ball to turn back the Mounts ' desire to win the first game between the two teams. Statistics were not so close but Concord drives were stopped on the MP two and four. The Tigs had one threat, driving to the Spids ' 39. MP 33, BADIN 7 After a scoreless first quarter, Hahn sneaked from the one to put the Mounts in motion. He was joined in the scoring circle by Fisher, Bobby Smith, Baucom. An inter- ception led to Badin ' s lone score. MP 39, LOWELL 12 Holding a slim 12-6 halftime lead, the Tigs roared back in the second half with six scores. Baucom scored three times and Hahn completed 7 of 13 passes for 79 yards. MP 19, MT. HOLLY 13 The Tigers closed out the season on a winning note, winning 19-13 and leading in the statistics. Lockhardt, Baucom, McDonald and Hahn led the classy MP attack. MP 20, TROY 0 Mt. Pleasant sewed up the GBC championship, run- ning roughshod over the Troy team which had finished the year with identical 3-1 records. After a scoreless first period, the Tigs scored on a handoff by McDonald (subbing for injured Hahn) to Fisher. Baucom added the PAT. The Mounts sewed it up with a pair of tds in the fourth period, one on McDonald ' s 5-yard pass to Tom Beatty and the second on the same McDonald ' s 18-yard aerial to Baucom. 36 Cheerleaders in action. JOYCE BRAWLEY PAT MOOSE H O M E C 0 Q M U 1 E N E G N JANET FISHER 38 JUDY KILLIAN CAROL BOST BECKY AREY PAT MORGAN Homecoming Attendants 39 lyUinter Frosty windshields, chapped hands, a few snowflakes, or a white wonderland., .take your choice: they ' re all signs of winter. With them come basketball, Christmas parades, and mid-term exams. After exams, the juniors begin counting the days until they get their rings. . . until their Washington trip. . . until the Junior- Senior. . . The sophomores are too busy counting the pages in " Julius Caesar, " the segments of the earthworm, and the signs of the quadratic formula to bother with days. Clubs are busy withprojects, programs, and parties. Students are swamped with essays, notebooks, and science projects. 40 41 Sophomore Marshals Coy Hudson, Kate Moose, Brenda Kluttz. Junior Marshals : Carol Hawkins, Dianne Yorke, Becky Culp, Joyce Smith. 42 CLASS OF „ ' 63 Officers CAROLYN DR YE JOE FISHER ROBBIAN DENNIS. . . BRENDA SHINN HOWARD SANFORD. MRS. CAROL ARMSTRONG Reporter . . . Treasurer . . . . Secretary Vice President President MR. MORGAN WALKER Advisors MR. KEN CHERRY c L A S s OF ' 63 GENE ALDRIDGE EARL BARBEE JOYCE BARRIER REBA BARRIER RITA BARRIER CHARLIE BENTON RONNIE BOWERS TED BOWERS WAYNE BOWERS JOYCE BRAWLEY GAIL BURRIS LOIS BURRIS WATT BURRIS SAM BYRD BILL CLAY GERALD CLINE SHARON CLINE ALICE COBLE RAY COLEY LANE CORL DONNA COX LARRY CRAYTON SYBIL CRAYTON LANNIE CRUSE BECKY CULP ROBBIAN DENNIS PEGGY DIXON DICKIE DONAHUE 44 CAROLYN DRYE KAY EARNHARDT TAMARA EBERHARDT EVELYN EUDY LINDA EUDY FRANCES FINK BOYCE FINK DEWEY GANDY ANN GOODMAN JOHNNY HAMMILL JUDY HAMMILL JOHNNIE IIARTSELL CAROL HAWKINS WAYNE HONEYCUTT ETTA HOPKINS LINDA HOUGH LEWIS ISENHOUR VANCE JOYNER TONY LAMBERT CHARLES IANIER JUDY LITTLE TERRY LOVE DAVID LOCKHARDT 45 SUSANNE McCARN linda McKinney MALCOLM McLEOD ALLEN McMAHAN TROY MILLER LARRY MORGAN LEONARD MOOSE MARGARET NANCE JUNIOR NEWSOME STEVE SMITH WILLIAM SMITH JACK STEGALL MIKE TALBERT TRACY TALLEY JIMMY PHILLIPS NANCY PLOTT LARRY RINEHARDT KENNETH ROWLAND HOWARD SANFORD CAROLYN WATKINS ANNIE LEE WHITLEY GENE WENSIL DIANNE YORKE 46 CLASS GINNY ANTHONY. RACHEL HARKEY. . COY HUDSON TOM BEATTY BRENDA KLUTTZ. . MRS. NANCY BOST MR. KEN RUDOLPH Officers Reporter Treasurer .... Secretary Vice President .... President Advisors MRS. IRA JANE RAY c L A S s OF ' 62 CLARENCE ALLMAN VIRGINIA ANTHONY JERRY AUTEN MIKE BARNHARDT SUE BARNHARDT WILLIAM BARNHARDT JIMMY BARRIER GAILE BAUCOM TOM BEATTY BENNY BLACK FRED BLACK ELAINE RAYMOND BLACKWELDER BOWERS AUBREY MARTHA BOGER BROCK CAROL BOST JOYCE BURRIS JUDY BURRIS SHIRLEY BURRIS EDDIE CARTER TABITHA COCHRAN GAIL COOKE JOE DONAHUE 48 JOE DR YE H. D. EUDY MARY LOU EBERHARDT DON EUDY WOODY FOIL HAZEL FOUTZ FREDDIE HAMMILL MIKE HARKEY RACHEL HARKEY ILEASE HOUSER COY HUDSON ANN KIRK BRENDA KLUTTZ MIKE KLUTTZ ROSA KLUTTZ FRED KRIMMINGER RICHARD LANIER GWYN LITAKER TOMMY McClellan KATE MOOSE PAT MOOSE BRENDA MORGAN MARIE PAGE AARON PARKER CAROLYN PETREA DAVID PETREA 49 SHIRLEY PETREA EVELYN PLESS LARRY RICHARDS PEGGY ROSS JUNE SEHORN PAUL SHIPTON ALLEN SHOE BRENDA SMITH MARY SNYDER ROBERT STEGALL LINDA SUTHER MARY ALICE TALLEY KAY TROUTMAN LANNIE TUCKER VIRGINIA TUCKER RAY VANDERBURG LOIS WAGNER JERRY WALTERS KING WALTERS BARBARA WETTER PATRICIA WILHOIT JO ANN YORKE 50 In Memory Of " We understand death for the first time when He puts his hand upon one whom we love. " 51 Winter Scenes Junior- Senior is highlight of Junior ' s year. 52 Hobby Club The newly organized Hobby Club experienced a variety of acti- vities this year. The first meetings were devoted to the construction and flying of motor driven model planes. La t e r demonstrations of different types of hobbies were given by the club members. One of the highlights of the year was our hobby show given during the school open house. Officers for the year include: Leonard Moose, President; Larry Morgan, Vice President; and Mr. Brouillette, Faculty Sponsor. Kneeling, left to right: Leonard Moose, Larry Morgan, Jack Stegall, Roger Smith, Mr. Pete Brouillette, Sponsor; Dickie Donohue, Clarence Allman, Gerald Cline, Larry Rimer, Vance Joyner, Bill Smith, Sam Byrd. Second row: Charles Cruse, Ray Coley, Bernie Creed, Jimmy Phillips, P. H. Barnhardt, Edwin Hammill, Wayne Honeycutt, Vaughn Hatley, Clarence Fink, Junior Newsome, Carl Smith, Jackie Austin. Third row: Ray von Allman, Wayne Barnhardt, Charlie Benton, Ronald Gandy, Joe Donohue, Dewey Gandy, William Barnhardt, Mike Furr. Kneeling, left to right: Wayne Bowers, Wayne Rinehardt, Glenn Kluttz, S t a nc i 1 Baucom, Larry Rimer, Joe Donahue, Mike Barnhardt, Fred Krimminger, Aaron Parker. Second row: Myron Blackwelder, Carrie Sue Barrier, Jerry Goodman, Jerry Auten, Eddie Barrier, Clarence Allman, Archie Smith, Benny Black, William Barnhardt, Gerald Stallings, Robert Stegall. 53 Future Homemakers of America Future Homemakers of America held a County Workshop for officers in August. As the result of a very successful membership campaign, we ha ve 38 members. We had a social at the beginning of the year for them. Our programs were pre- pared by different girls; each girl was assigned a program during the year. At Christmas time we sent a basket of fruit to a worthy family. First row, seated, left to right: Officers: Ale the a Humphrey, Rachel Harkey, Kate Moose, Kay Blackwelder, Joyce Smith, Beth Goodman, Linda McKinney, Brenda Kluttz. Second row: Linda Drye, Elaine Barrier, Frances Honeycutt, Ann Goodman, Sarah Frances Clay, Geneva Krimminger. Third row, standing: Brenda Frick, Miss Ruth James, Advisor; Maxine Lefler, Phylis Bost, Rita Eudy, Patricia Hammill, Johnnie Hartsell, Judy Hammill, Paulette Hall, Linda Eudy, Freida Barnhardt, Barbara Troutman, Mary Faggart, Judy Little, Ilease House. Fourth row: Rachel Vanderburg, Jo Ann York, Evelyn Eudy, Teresa Patterson, Phylis Allman, Linda Hough. Future rs America The Future Teachers Club at Mt. Pleasant High School was organized in 1953, with three mem- bers. From this small beginning we have grown to approximately twenty - five interested juniors and seniors- Each year we renew our charter by becoming members of both the N. C. E. A. and N. E. A. Both of these organizations send a wealth of materials to be used for programs and for promoting special events such as National Educat ion Week and Teaching Carrer Month to be observed in April. Most of the members who are planning to go to college plan to unite with the college organization. Standing, left to right: Martha Brock, R a c he 1 Vanderburg, Linda Faggart, Susan Nance, Deane Casper, Officers; Miss Rosa James, Advisor. First row: Barbara Wetter, Brenda Kluttz, Maxine Lefler. Second row: Linda Bodenheimer, Linda Isenhour, Joyce Burris, Brenda Morgan. Third row: Verna Sigmon, Carol Bost, Hazel Foutz, Rosa Kluttz. Fourth row: Kay Blackwelder, Nancy Eudy, Brenda Smith, Virginia Tucker. 54 Bible me? Ok Club The Bible Club was organized to provide Christian fellowship and inspiration for the students. At each meeting, following a devotional period, there is a program centered on some topic of interest. The last meeting before Christmas was spent singing Christmas carols. Later in the Spring the Bible Club sent some members to the Spring Retreat of the North Carolina Bible Clubs. First row, seated, left to right: Ray Vanderburg, President; Judy Burris, Secretary. Second row: Lois Burris, Ann Kirk, Sharon Cline, Linda Bodenheimer, Peggy Morgan, Joyce Clay, Judy Cline, Carolyn Plott, Doris Henley. Third row, standing: Joyce Barrier, Sandra Cline, Margaret Thompkins, Priscilla Smith, Sue Herlocker, Belinda Carter, Brenda Morgan, Judith Safrit, Carrie Sue Barrier, Connie Wensil, Joyce Walter, Brenda White, Brenda Love, Rosa Kluttz, Hazel Foutz. Fourth row: Mr. Wayne Woodward, Advisor; Maura Eberhardt, Gene Wensil, Larry Richards, Fred Black, Rayvon Allman, Raymond Bowers, Don Talley, Ted Rinehardt, Eldon Lambert, Bernie Creed, Peggy Dixon, Carol Bost. Glee Club This year the G 1 e e Club has been one of the key musical organi- zations on campus. Working with limited rehearsal time, they per- formed two excellent programs combined with the band; one for Thanksgiving, and another for Christmas. Other performances during the year made this an out- standing year vocally. Forming the nucleus for the Glee Club is the mixed chorus. This group made several appearances for special occasions, including the Concord Rotary Club dinner. The success for the year is attributedto studentpar- ticipation and co-operation which accounted for the growth in size from 16 to over 100. 55 First row, left to right: Aaron Parker, Jerry Walter, Boyce Fink, Fred Krimminger, Howard Boger, Wayne Bamhardt, Troy Barnhardt, Ronnie B. Hahn, Tom Beatty, King Walters, Harold Allman. Second row: Mike Furr, Vaughn Hatley, Edwin Hammill, Benny Black, Larry Crayton, Aubrey Boger, Dickie Donahue, Lane Corl, Jimmy Barrier, Freddie Hammill, Mike Kluttz, Clarence Allman, Bill Smith, Coy Hudson, Paul Shipto n. Third row: Wayne Honeycutt, Arthur Harvell, Alvin Herlocker, Gene Wensil, Steve Smith, Larry Furr, Tommy Roberts, Charles Cruse, Barry Moose, Terry Sifford, Larry Rinehardt, Leonard Moose, Sam Byrd. Fourth row: R. V. Funderburke, Brady Parnell, Clarence Fink, Lannie Cruse, Mike Harkey, Hoy Kluttz, Gerald Stallings, James Coley, Johnny Hammill, Gerald Cline, Troy Miller, Ronald Gandy, Lewis Isenhour, Mr. M. R. McLeod. Future Farmers of America have been very active this year. The Future Farmer Calendar has been placed in one hundred homes and public places. An order of one hundred-fifty dollars for pecan trees was secured from Bass Pecan Company. A survey of small grain seeds used for sowing in the community was made by the agriculture students for Mr. William W. Allen, seed marketing specialist of the N. C. Department of Agriculture. This was a very extensive survey. The annual F. F. A. exhibit at the Cabarrus Fair stressed the importance of the proper use of insecticides and pesticides by the public. In December the Arc Welding School was attended by an average of thirty-four students per night at a total cost of one hundred-nine dollars. This Welding School was under the Forney Weld- ing Service. For shop supplies of lumber the F. F. A. Chapter has secured two hundred and seventy-eight dollars worth of pine and oak lumber. Sixty pounds of Baittox from Sanitation Products Company is being sold by the local F.F.A. Chapter. An extensive sales program of the " Farm Journal " and " Wild Life " Magazines has been made. Two by two slides are being made of outstanding club activities; members are looking forward to the various F. F. A. contests during the year. Ronnie B. Hahn, Troy Bamhardt, Wayne Bamhardt, Hoy Kluttz, Gerald Stallings, Coy Hudson, Mr. M. R. McLeod, Advisor. 56 First row, left to right: Mr. Ken Cherry, Advisor; Rachel Harkey, Secretary- Treasurer; Bobby Smith, Vice President; John Litaker, President; Mrs. Carol Armstrong, Advisor. Second row: Brenda Smith, Mary Lou Eberhardt, Nancy Eudy, Kay Blackwelder, Gail Baucom, Carolyn Petrea, Judy Burris, Pat Moose, Jo Ann Yorke, Lannie Tucker, Peggy Tucker, Barbara Wetter. Third row: Ken Earnhardt, Glenn Kluttz, Benny Black, Elaine Barrier, Brenda Lowder, Archie Smith, Tommy McClellan. Fourth row: Ronnie McDonald, Aubrey Boger, Kenneth Thompson, June Sehorn, Sue Bamhardt, Peggy Morgan, Mike Barnhardt, Aaron Parker, David Petrea, Fred Krimminger. Fifth row: Coy Hudson, Wayne Hammill, Ronnie B. Hahn, Troy Barnhardt, Wayne Barnhardt, Mike Kluttz, Harold Pless, Richard Lanier. The Social Club has been very active this year. Our club meets on the first and third Tuesdays of each month. We have 37 active members. Our weekly meetings consist of everyone ' s taking part in dancing. Among other things we have learned the Cha-Cha. In October, the Social Club sponsored the Homecoming Dance in the school cafe- teria. The dance, which was a great success, was a new highlight of the season for our school, but it will most likely become a tradition, since everyone who attended seemed to share a delightful evening. 57 Science Club The Science Club is a young club whose goal is to promote a schoolwide interest in science. The club ' s major project was the Spring Science Fair, which was open to the public. The club also sponsored several high school assemblies throughout the year. For the first time, the club built and sponsored a Christmas float; fate did not smile on it, however! First row, seated, left to right: Glenn Kluttz, President; Susanne McCarn, Vice President; Becky Culp, Secretary; Darla Crayton, Treasurer; Vema Sigmon. Second row: Jo Ann Sehorn, Angelia Ritchie, Janice Broome, Carol Hawkins, Carol Alexander, Faye Drye. Third row, standing: Saundra Baugh, Kay Eanrhardt, Brenda Scott, Cathy Barringer, Ann Casper, Martha Brock, Troy Miller, Gene Miller, Robert Whitley, Tracy Talley, Malcolm McLeod, Charlie James, Terry Sifford, Mr. Ken Rudolph, Advisor. Fourth row: Richard Lanier, Jerry Goodman, Ed Barrier, Larry Rimer, Tommy Blanchard, Wayne Barnhardt, Dickie Donahue, Joe Donahue, John Litaker, Jesse Alexander, Buddy McDonald. Library Club For the first time, the Mount Pleasant High School Library Club is affiliated with the North Carolina High School Library Association. In September, we organized with seventeen members and Mrs. M. T. Moye, our high school libra- rian, sponsor. We meet every 1st and 3rd Thursdays and discuss topics related to the school library, using THE PUPIL ASSISTANT IN THE SCHOOL LIBRARY, by Mary Peacock Douglas as a guide. Each member works one period a day in the library under the super- vision of Mrs. Moye. The pupils are graded on the work and receive 1 2 credit for the year ' s work. Advisor: Mrs. Moses T. Moye. Front row, left to right: Rita Barrier, Judy Snyder, Becky Arey, Peggy Ross, Mary Lou Eberhardt, Judy Burris, Mary Snyder, Jo Anne Sehorn, Rachel Harkey. Second row: Linda Moose, Elaine Blackwelder, Marie Page, Darla Crayton, Nancy Litaker, Doris Miller, Joyce Brawley. 58 Nancy litaker, Business Manager; Martha Brock, Assistant Editor; Myron Blackwelder, Editor; Mrs. Ira Jane Ray, Advisor. Tiger Print Staff This year the " Tiger Print " Staff has compiled and published five editions of the school newspaper, " The Tiger Print. " Each edition was a sell-out and everyone seemed to be pleased with the paper. We ex- changed our newspaper with other schools; from this, we sometimes got ideas that we used in our paper. The staff worked hard this year and we are very proud of the pro- gress we made. First row, left to right: Rosa Kluttz, Maxine Lefler, Shirley Burris, Judith Safrit, Myron Blackwelder. Second row: Carol Bost, Mary Snider, Doris Henley, Tabitha Cochran, Judy Killian. Third row: S h i r 1 e y Pet re a, Darla Crayton, Verna Sigmon, Johnnie Hartsell. 1 r First row, left to right: Carol Bost, Pat Morgan, Doris Miller, E)eane Casper, Dianne Yorke. Second row: Carrie Sue Barrier, Ginny Anthony, Linda Eudy, Lynda Moose, Lois Wagoner, Joyce Barrier. Third row: Linda Faggart, Maura Eberhardt, Carol Hawkins, Sybil Crayton, Marie Page, Elaine Blackwelder. 59 Beta Club The Beta Club holds monthly meetings at night in the homes of the members. The program is pre- sented, the business is conducted, and the social hour is enjoyed by all. During December, we, along with Student Government, sponsored the sale of chocolate. The profit from this was distributed to the variou ' s clubs, according to their needs. In February, we held our tap- ping ceremony. At this time we invited qualified students to join our club. In April, the State Beta Club Convention was held in Asheville, N. C. Those students who attended had a most enjoyable time. w ■ 1 % ti jm JL Seated, left to right: Rachel Vanderburg, Kay Blackwelder, Darla Crayton, Susan Nance, Verna Sigmon. Second row: Mrs. Madge Pless, Coy Hudson, Brenda Kluttz, Benny Black, Woody Foil. SUSAN NANCE President COY HUDSON Vice President MRS. MADGE PLESS Advisor 60 Monitors First row, left to right: Brenda Lowder, Susan Nance, Deanne Casper. Second row: Linda Moose, Ale thea Humphrey, Judy Killian, Janet Fisher. Third row: Norris Plott, Glenn Kluttz, Buddy McDonald. Office Staff First row, seated, left to right: Ellen Blackwelder, Secretary; Kay Blackwelder, Maxine Lefler, Pat Morgan, Martha Brock, Linda Eudy. Second row: Brenda Kluttz, Janet Fisher, Linda Faggart, Brenda Morgan, Nancy Eudy. Third row, standing: John Litaker, Lannie Tucker, Judy Killian, Linda Suther, Rachel Bost, Verna Sigmon, Benny Black, Jesse Alexander, Myron Blackwelder, Mr. Lester McCam, Principal. 61 Mount Pleasant Marching Mount Pleasant was fortunate in viewing and listening to two different bands this year. During the football season the " Marching Tigers Band " worked hard to produce exciting shows for program and half time. The band made three trips during the football season, including Hartsell, Badin home- coming, and the Championship game. The band closed the football season with its first annual football banquet. Awards were presented to Leonard Moose, Brenda Shinn, Jack Stegall, Larry Rimer, and Rachel Bost for being " Outstanding Bands- men- 1960. " 62 High School Band Tigers The second half of the year was dedicated to concert season. Several programs were presented, the most outstanding being the Christmas program, where the auditorium had standing room only. An exchange concert with Albemarle was another highlight of the concert season. 63 LARRY RIMER Drum Major Lettergirls Majorettes And Acrobats First row, left to right: Carla Allman, Terry Culp, Jenna Smith. Second row: Judy Killian, Rachel Bost, Kay Carpenter, Donna Cox, Libby Sneed, Jeanette Kluttz. 64 Janet Fisher, Coach Bill Hutchinson, Marjorie Drye. Boys’ Captains And Coach Norris Plott, Coach Morgan Walker, Ronnie Hahn. Our School had a successful year in basketball. The team was made up of eager members desiring to win. Good sportsmanship was present the entire sea- son. We were well supported by fans throughout the whole year. " Tigers and Tigerettes Girls’ Captains And Coach 65 Girls’ Basketball First row, left to right: Susanne McCam, Linda Suther, Marjorie Drye, Janet Fisher, Becky Arey, Donna Cox. Second row: Johnnie Hartsell, Diane Yorke, Judy Killian, Carol Alexander, Carolyn Drye, Carol Hawkins, Evelyn Eudy, mara Eberhardt, Becky Culp. COACH BILL HUTCHISON Tigerettes in Action 66 Varsity JUDY KILLIAN BECKY CULP MARJORIE DR YE LINDA SUTHER DONNA COX BECKY AREY SUSANNE McCARN JANET FISHER 67 First row, left to right: Clarence Allman, Manager; John Iitaker, Ronnie J. Hahn, Norris Plott, Bobby Smith, Howard Sanford, Manager. Second row: Woody Foil, Don Eudy, Tommy McClellan, Gwyn Litaker, Jimmy Barrier, H. D. Eudy, Tom Beatty. Tigers 68 Varsity TOM BEATTY GWYN LI TAKER JOHN LITAKER DON EUDY M BOBBY SMITH in Action 69 s. ' nr in Cj Birds fill the air with music, flowers perfume the breeze with sweetness, and students leave their bodies in classroom desks to drift with their minds to the far-away places and adventures they long to live. Yes, it ' s spring. " In the spring a young man ' s fancy lightly turns to thoughts of love " and baseball. . . spontaneous baseball games can be seen in almost every vacant field. From these training grounds come the young athletes who man the baseball team. Track is another spring favorite. The real favorite of spring, though, is the end of school and, for the seniors, graduation. 70 Class Mascots JOY KLUTTZ AND DOUGLAS HINSON Class Colors BLACK AND WHITE Class Prayer Eternal God, we thank Thee for the ability which Thou has seen fit to bestow upon us. So teach us to number our days that we may apply our hearts unto wisdom. Grant unto us clean minds so that we may increase our knowledge by clear and wholesome thinking. Guide us from day to day, and let us truly make Thy word a light unto our paths and a lamp unto our feet. Let the words of our mouths and the meditations of our hearts be acceptable unto Thee, our Lord and Saviour, Jesus Christ. Amen Class Flower YELLOW ROSE 72 Cl ASS Senior Officers MISS ROSA JAMES Advisor MRS. MADGE PLESS Advisor JESSE LEE REBECCA IRENE AREY ALEXANDER Eager to help, eager to please, I like work; it fas- going her way in graceful ease, cinates me. I can sit and look at it for hours. JERRY WAYNE BALLARD Football and fun are his delights, a kitten by day, a tiger by night. c L A S s OF ROY WAYNE BARNHARDT Wherever you find fun and laughter, you ' ll find Wayne. 74 TROY WAYNE BARNHARDT The only way to have a friend is to be one. CARRIE SUE BARRIER EDWARD LEE BARRIER Silence is one great art of conver- Eat, drink, and be merry, for sation. tomorrow you may die. 75 RUBY ELAINE BARRIER A happy disposition will often pay your way. STEPHEN MYRON BLACKWELDER Whatever is worth doing at all, is worth doing well. LINDA GAIL BODENHEIMER Friendliness is her biggest asset. CAROL LOUISE BOST Character is a diamond that scratches every other stone. RACHEL SUE BOST The best way to do good to ourselves, is to do good to others. BRENDA JOAN BURRIS All times, I have enjoyed. DIANE VIVIAN BROOME And there is mischief in those eyes. BRUCE ALEXANDER CARTNER Silence and thought are combined to the best advantage. 76 DEANE MORRISON CASPER IRIS DEANE CLAY A pleasant way, a winning smile; Her ways are ways of pleasantness, to know her is really worth while. JOYCE ANN CLAY The unspoken word never does harm. KENNETH EARL EARNHARDT Let me live and let me laugh. 77 MAURA JULIUS EBERHARDT Life is but a span. I will enjoy every inch of it. LINDA ISENHOUR EUDY Full of fun with a greeting glad; a pleasing, friendly way she has. NANCY JANE EUDY True to her work, her word, and her friends. LINDA KAY FAGGART The world looks brighter from be- hind a smile. EDDIE WARREN FISHER A happy-go-lucky guy is he; a boy with whom we like to be. JANET ANN FISHER Never take life too seriously — you ' ll never get out of it alive. 78 CLYDE JEROME GOODMAN His very quietness calls attention his merit. JAMES MARVIN GULLEDGE A little nonsense now and then, is relished by the wisest men. RONNIE BUFORD HAHN He that has a merry heart will never be forgotten. RONALD WAYNE HERLOCKER Good nature is his in abundance. DORIS JEAN HENLEY It is better to be small and shine than big and cast a shadow. RONNIE JAMES HAHN Happiness consists in activity. 79 JOYCE ELIZABETH HILL Joy is more divine than sorrow. ALETHEA ANN HUMPHREY Do your best, aim high, and never be satisfied. JUDY ANN KILLIAN You have not fulfilled every duty unless you have fulfilled that of being cheerful and pleasant. JERRY O ' NEIL LAMBERT When words are scarce they ' re seldom spent in vain. GLENN FRANKLIN KLUTTZ Always laughing, never sad; some- times naughty, but never bad. 80 LARRY EUGENE LAMBERT A quiet boy, but full of fun; a friendly boy, he ' s all in one. MAXINE FRANCES LEFLER Repose is as necessary in conversa- tion as in picture. BRENDA SUE LOWDER The laughter of girls is and ever was among the delightful sounds of earth. NANCY MARIE LITAKER A cheerful heart, a cheerful smile, a charm of friendship all the while. JOHN McCLURE LITAKER Not too serious, not too gay, just a good pal in every way. ROBERT GLENN McDONALD, JR. Conscientious, thorough, with honor bedecked, he ' ll be successful in all, we expect. 81 RONNIE RAYMOND McDONALD Good humor is the best article of dress one can wear in society. DORIS ANN MILLER It is nice to be natural, when you are so naturally nice. LYNDA ALICE MOOSE The keynote of life is friendship. PATRICIA ANN MORGAN A shining smile and shining hair, about this girl is a lovable air. PEGGY LOU MORGAN Of all the joys she is able to recall, being in love is best of all. SUSAN ELIZABETH NANCE Attractive, talented, makes life fun — a cheerful girl — she ' s all in one. 82 VALERIA EVELYN PENNING ER Ready and willing, most capable too; always on hand her part do to. GARY MITCHELL PHILLIPS Well-timed silence hath more eloquence than speech. HAROLD WAYNE PLESS To hurry and worry is not my creed; things will happen so what ' s the need? LARRY DANIEL RIMER Without music, life would be a mistake. NORRIS CLARENCE PLOTT Always laughing, always gay; hates to work, loves to play. ROBERT WAYNE RINEHARDT An ounce of cheerfulness is worth a pound of sadness. 83 JUDITH ANN SAFRIT To listen well is as powerful a means of influence as to talk well. VERNA HAHN SIGMON JACOB ARCHIE SMITH, JR. Her future is aglow with possibilities. Rare compound of frolic and fun, who relishes a joke and rejoices in pun. GERALD LEE STALLINGS His word is simple; his manner sin- cere. ROBERT WAYNE SMITH ' Tis br t his mood to question why. KENNETH HOWELL THOMPSON A gentleman of the first degree. 84 ALLEN EUGENE TUCKER, JR. A good sport is hard to find. RACHEL ELAINE VANDERBURG Friendliness and humility are her clothingja pleasant combination now and forever. Senior Marshals Kay Blackwelder, Rachel Vanderburg, Verna Sigmon, Myron Blackwelder, Chief. 85 BNP’ " ' Most Likely To Succeed ALETHEA HUMPHREY buddy McDonald Most Intellectual RACHEL VANDERBURG MYRON BLACKWELDER 86 Best All Around MARJORIE DRYE RONNIE J. HAHN BECKY AREY KENNETH THOMPSON Most Athletic 87 Best School Spirit PAT MORGAN EDDIE FISHER Best Looking ELAINE BARRIER JOHN UTAKER 88 Most Leadership Ability KAY BLACKWELDER STANCIL BAUCOM Neatest CAROL BOST JERRY BALLARD 89 Wittiest DIANNE BROOME MAURA EBERHARDT Friendliest LINDA FAGGART GLENN KLUTTZ 90 Miss D A R Citizenship Award DARLA CRAYTON Mt. Pleasant Christmas Queen LINDA FAGGART 91 Miss Hi Miss MISS DEANE CASPER 92 Mr. Senior ARCHIE SMITH 93 American History Award ANN CUNE Citizenship Awards LUTHER BARRIER SUE BOGER 94 95 Cafeteria Staff Mrs. Ann Allman, Manager; Mrs. Elbert Fisher, Mrs. Lna Mrs. G. R. Blackwelder, Mrs. Grace little, Mrs. George Smith, Mrs. Lucille Stegall Rodgers, Mrs. Frank Eagle, E. Kluttz. Track First row, left to right: Moi Kluttz, Bobby Smith, Jimmy Baucom, Arden Ray, Coach. ■gan Walker, Coach; Glenn Barrier, Tom Beatty, Stancil Second row: Howard Sanford, Raymond Bowers, Gerald Cline Herlocker, Watt Burris, Eddie Joe Fisher, Alan McMahan. Charlie Benton, Ronnie Fisher, Freddy Hammill, 96 Baseball RONNIE J. HAHN STANCIL BAUCOM COACH BILL HUTCHINSON DAVID PETREA f DAVID LOCKHARDT Returning Lettermen 97 Our School (.lass History We numbered 84 when we embarked on the " Year of Beginnings " that balmy August day of 1957. Though we may have been " green " freshmen, we were eager to learn and so very excited about being in high school at last. We elected Janet Fisher our first high school president. Our other officers were: Kenneth Thompson, vice president; Kay Blackwelder, secretary; and Eddie Fisher, treasurer. Our advisors were Mr. Perry LeFeaver, Mr. Arden Ray, and Miss Ruth James. Pat Morgan was " Miss Freshman. " Our freshman marshals were Myron Blackwelder, Mary Ruth Moore, Ann Cline, and Rachel Vanderburg. We were rather proud of ourselves that last day of school as we traveled to Frye ' s Lake for our class party. We had completed one year of high school and were ready for the bigger and better things to come. . . especially summer vaca- tion ! We dwindled to 76 our sophomore year, but we were ready, willing and waiting to live the " Year of Scholastic Adventure " that lay ahead. It was a strenuous year, to be sure, but we faced even the mighty Caesar with valor. With the curiosity of the proverbial cat and the stomach of a first-run sailor, we tackled those frogs, worms, and notes for better or for worse and came out a little harried, but almost untarnished. All was not bad, though, for we were no longer meager freshmen! We elected Rachel Vanderburg president and Darla Crayton vice president. Our other officers were: Rachel Bost, secretary; John Litaker, treasurer; and Myron Blackwelder, reporter. Our advisors were Mrs. H. S. Leafe, Mrs. Pat Swain, and Mrs. Ira Jane Ray. Class marshals were Ruth Moore, Myron Blackwelder, Rachel Vanderburg, and Ann Cline. We played a repeat performance of the end of school party at Frye ' s Lake, and we were equally as happy to see the summer vacation become a reality. Our 72- man corporation functioned well our junior " Year of Big Business. " We ordered rings, sold magazines, pre- sented the Junior- Senior Banquet, and made an unforgettable trip to Washington, D. C. Our top magazine salesmen were Rachel Vanderburg, Glenn Kluttz, Larry Rimer, and Susan Nance. Our officers were : Norris Plott, president; Buddy McDonald, vice president; Linda Isenhour, secretary; Stancil Baucom, treasurer; and Janet Fisher, reporter. Our advisors were Mrs. Nancy Bost, Mr. Frank Brown, and Miss Rosa James. Miss Rosa James, Mrs. Betty Cauble, Mr. Lester McCarn, and Mr. Morgan Walker chaperoned our trip to Washington. Approximately 70 juniors and seniors made the trip. Although we had all seen pictures of our capitol, read about it, and heard about it from other people, we found that first-hand knowledge surpasses all other and that our visit to the land of politics and government would stand out in our memories as a very exciting, educational, and rewarding experience for a long time to come. It ' s almost impossible to believe that this is our last year. . . our " Year of Big Decisions. " We’ve all dreamed of it, planned for it, and worked toward it, but now that it is a reality, we cannot believe it has come and almost gone! We ' ve been so excitingly busy taking senior pictures, ordering invitations and calling cards, selecting and measuring for our caps and gowns, working on the annual, electing. . . selecting. . . honoring. . . attending. . . living. . . and, oh yes, enjoying it all so very much. . . We elected Glenn Kluttz president and John Litaker vice president. We elected Linda Faggart secretary, Kenneth Thompson treasurer, and Judy Killian reporter. Our advisors were Miss Rosa James and Mrs. Madge Pless. Yes, the year has almost come to a close. Soon we will walk down that memory-filled hall for the last time as students at Mt. Pleasant High School. With stately tassels swaying to the rhythmic movement of 69 excited seniors, with the strains of " Pomp and Circumstance " ringing above the crowd, with flowery speeches, with smiles, with tears, with bulging expectations, we ' ll say good-bye to all that is Mt. Pleasant High and walk into Tomorrow — young men and women with promise for the future. Respectfully submitted, VERNA HAHN SIGMON Class Historian 100 Class Last Will And Testament JESSE LEE ALEXANDER leaves his nickname, " Chief, " to David Lockhart. REBECCA AREY leaves her superlative, Best All Around, to Rachel Harkey. JERRY BALLARD leaves his position as co- captain of the football team to Tom Beatty. TROY BARNHARDT leaves his ability to get along with people to Ronnie Bowers. WAYNE BARNHARDT leaves his enjoyment and hardships to Mike Kluttz. CARRIE SUE BARRIER leaves her bus to anyone with no more sense than to want it. ELAINE BARRIER leaves her superlative, Best Looking, to any Junior girl lukcy enough to have the honor. STANCIL BAUCOM leaves his position as President of the Student Council to any Junior with courage to get Mr. McCam ' s permission on matters. KAY BLACKWELDER leaves her superlative, Most Leadership Ability, to ' Brenda Kluttz. MYRON BLACKWELDER leaves his editorship of the " Tiger Print " to Martha Brock. LINDA BODENHEIMER leaves her ability to go steady during her senior year to Brenda Lee Smith. CAROL LOUISE BOST leaves her straight A on conduct to her brother, Dennis. RACHEL BOST leaves her title of " Marching Bandsman of the Year " to any deserving majorette. DIANNE BROOME leaves her superlative, Wittiest, to her sister, Janice. BRENDA BURRIS: " I leave, period! ! ! " BRUCE CARTNER leaves to Ginny Anthony hanger number two for future memories. DEANE CASPER leaves her title of " Miss Hi Miss " to her sister, Anne. IRIS DEANE CLAY leaves her good health during her school years to her sister, Frances. JOYCE CLAY leaves her straight A on conduct to Sharon Cline. DARLA CRAYTON leaves to her sister, Sybil, her ability to win the D. A. R. Citizenship Award. MARJORIE DRYE leaves her ability to get sixty points in a basketball game to her sisters. KENNETH EARNHARDT leaves his skill to skip school to anyone that can get by with it. MAURA EBERHARDT leaves his superlative to Brenda Smith and his seat in Mrs. Pless ' room to his sisters. LINDA EUDY leaves her good times to Rita Eudy and her position as office page to Linda Eudy. NANCY EUDY leaves her position as office page to anyone who is willing to make a million steps an hour. LINDA FAGGART leaves her good times and her title, Miss White Christmas, to Brenda Widenhouse. EDDIE FISHER leaves his position as kicker on the football team to David Lockhart. JANET FISHER leaves her title of " Homecoming Queen " to Donna Cox and her position as co-captain of the basketball team to Linda Suther. JERRY GOODMAN leaves his bus to Gene Miller and his ability to chew gum in all his classes and not get caught to Kay Earnhardt. JIMMY GULLEDGE leaves his bad luck to Ted Bowers. RONNIE BUFORD HAHN leaves his seat in English to anyone who wants to sit in it. RONNIE JAMES HAHN leaves his superlative, Most Athletic, to Tom Beatty and his position on the football team to Joe Fisher. DORIS HENLEY leaves her A on conduct to her sister, Judy. JOYCE HILL leaves her good times at MPHS to her brother, Alvin, and her cap and gown to any rising Junior. ALETHE A HUMPHREY leaves her superlative, Most Likely to Succeed, to the Junior who has the greatest ambition to succeed. RONNIE HURLOCKER leaves his position as left tackle on the football team to Ray Vanderburg. JUDY KILLIAN leaves her position as co-chief majorette to any upcoming majorette. GLENN KLUTTZ leaves to David Lockhart his place in the lunch line and his monitor position. HOY KLUTTZ leaves his ability to get to lunch first to Lannie Cruse and his seat in English to any sleepy Junior. JERRY LAMBERT leaves his ability to cause trouble on the bus to anyone who can get by with it. JOHN LITAKER leaves his position as bell-ringer to anyone with an itchy finger and a fast watch. BRENDA LOWDER leaves her position as monitor to her sister, Wanda Kay, or to anyone else who likes to be late for class. BUDDY McDONALD leaves his position and headaches as editor of the TIGER ROAR to Brenda Kluttz. RONNIE McDONALD leaves his English book to Jerry Auten, who ' ll need it. PAT MORGAN leaves her position as chief cheerleader to Ginny Anthony or Pat Moose. DORIS MILLER leaves her position as typist on the " Tiger Print " staff to Etta Hopkins. LYNDA MOOSE leaves her position as hall monitor to any Junior who would like the position. PEGGY MORGAN leaves her seat in English to her sister, Brenda, and her seat in t he office to Butch Cochran. SUSAN NANCE leaves her position as Beta Club president to her sister, Margaret, and her position as lettergirl to Susanne McCam. VALERIA PENNING ER leaves her position as cafeteria cashier to anyone foolish enough to accept the job. NORRIS PLOTT leaves to Jimmy Barrier his old basketball shoes. LARRY RIMER leaves his position as drum major to one of the " big three " and his bus to one who deserves it. WAYNE RINEHARDT leaves his bus, number five, to any poor soul who will take it. JUDITH SAFRIT: " I leave MPHS gladly! ! " VERNA SIG MON leaves her Beta membership, her place on the honor roll, and her sincere best wishes to Atlas Hahn. ARCHIE SMITH leaves his seat in solid geometry to any innocent victim who stumbles upon it. BOBBY SMITH leaves his left-end position on the football team to Alan McMahan. GERALD STALLINGS leaves his ability to attend school regularly to Ted Earnhardt. KENNETH THOMPSON leaves his superlative to any boy willing to fight for it. JUNIOR TUCKER leaves his ability to chew gum in the library to anyone b ave enough to try it. RACHEL VANDERBURG leaves her position as assistant editor of the annual to Coy Hudson. 101 Senior Statistics MARJORIE SUE DRYE Social Relations Club 1; J. V. Basketball; Varsity Basket- ball 1,2, 3,4, Captain of Basketball 4; Monogram Club 2, 3, 4; Glee Club 1,2, 3, 4; Superlative 4; F. T. A. 2; All County Basketball 1,2,3, 4, East-West All Star Basketball 3; Cafeteria Assistant; Softball 2; Gymnastics Club 1. KENNETH EARL EARNHARDT Monogram Club 3, 4; Social Club 3, 4; Glee Club 2, 3; Dramatic Club 1, 2; Gymnastic Club 1,2; Football Mana- ger 3; Baseball 3, 4; Bus P a t r o 1 1,2, 3; J. V. Football 3. LINDA ISENHOUR EUDY Boosters Club 1,2, Secretary 2; F. H. A. 1; Future Execu- tives 2; Class Secretary 3; School Store 2; Bus Patrol 3; Office Page 3,4; Social Club 3; F. T.A. 4; Commercial Club 4; Student Secretary 4. EDDIE WARREN FISHER Gymnastics Club 1, President; Class Treasurer 1; Football 1,2,4; Baseball Manager 2; Glee Club 4; Superlative 4; Monogram Club 2, 3, 4, President 4; Monitor 4. JANET ANN FISHER Basketball 1,2,3, 4; F. H. A. Club 1,2,3; Gymnastics Club 1; Class President 1; Lettergirl 1,2, 3,4; Monogram Club 4; Booster Club, President 2; Office Page 3,4; Home- coming Queen; Annual Staff. LINDA KAY FAGGART Boosters Club 1; F. H. A. 1; Dramatics Club 2, Secretary; Future Executives Club 2; Social Club 3; " Tiger Print " Staff 4; Superlative; Miss White Christmas; Office Page 3,4; Future Teachers Club, Secretary 4. RONNIE JAMES HAHN Football 1,2,3, 4, All Conference 3,4, All County, All Area 3, 4; Superlative; Basketball 1,2, 3, 4, Foul Shooting Champion 3; Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4; Monogram Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Gymnastics Club 1; Glee Club 3,4. DORIS HENLEY Office Page 3; Glee Club 1,2,4; Commercial Club 3,4; Social Relations 1; Bible Club 4; Dramatic Club 2. RONNIE WAYNE HERLOCKER Football 3,4, All Conference 3; Track and Field 3,4; Baseball 3, Manager 3; Gymnastics Club 1; Monogram Club 4. RONNIE BUFORD HAHN F. F.A. 1,2, 3, 4, Treasurer 4; Booster Club 1,2; Social Club 3, 4; Football 3. JOYCE HILL Bible .Club 4; Glee Club 2, 3,4; F. H. A. 1,2; Social Re- lations 2. ALETHEA ANN HUMPHREY Bible Club 1, Reporter 1; Glee Club 1,2, 3, 4; Bus Patrol 3; F. H. A. 1,2, 3,4, Vice President 3, President 4; Super- lative 4; Annual Staff 4; Monitor 3,4. JUDY ANN KILLIAN Lettergirl 1,2; Majorette 3,4, Chief 4; Social Relations Club 1, Vice President 1; F. H. A. Club 1, 2; F. T.A. Club 3; Library Club 3, Secretary 3; Monitor 3,4; Basketball 2,3,4; Office Page 4; Monogram Club 4; Homecoming Attendant 4; Boosters Club 2; Class Reporter 4; Tiger Rag Staff 4; Social Club 3; Library Assistant 3. GLENN FRANKLIN KLUTTZ Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Basketball Manager 1; Gymnastics Club 1 ; F. F. A. l;Glee Club 4; Senior Class President 4; Mono- gram Club 1,2, 3; Science Club President 4; Photography Club 1,2; Track 3,4; Monitor 3,4; Superlative 4; Annual Staff 4; Social Club 4. HOY LAWRENCE KLUTTZ Gymnastics Club 1 ; F. F. A. 1,2, 3, 4; Bus Driver 2,3; Photographers ' Club 3; Bus Patrol 4. NANCY MARIE LITAKER F. H. A. 1 ; Social Relations Club 1 ; Boosters Club 2 ; Social Club 3; " Tiger Print " Staff 4, Business Manager 4; Library Club 4; Student Secretary 4; Library Assistant 4. MAXINE FRANCES LEFLER F. H. A. 1 ; Photography Club 2; Social Relations 2; Social Club 3; F.T.A. 3; F.H.A. 4, Commercial 4. LYNDA ALICE MOOSE Gymnastics Club 1; Monitor 4; " Tiger Print, " Typist 4; Social Club 3; Glee Club 3,4; Library Club 4, Library Assistant 4; Booster Club 2; Dramatic Club 4; Bus Patrol 2,3,4; Assistant Office Page 3,4; School Store 3. 102 Senior Statistics JESSE LEE ALEXANDER Photography 1,2; Football 1,2; Science Club 3,4; Pro- gram Chairman 4; Glee Club 4; Hobby Club 4; Projectionist 3,4. REBECCA IRENE AREY Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; J. V. Basketball 1; Lettergirl 1, 2, 3, 4, Chief 4; Homecoming Attendant 4; Monogram Club 3,4, Secretary 4; Boosters Club 1,2; Softball 1; Gymnastics Club 1; F. T. A. Superlative 4; Annual Staff; library Club 4, Library Assistant 4. JERRY WAYNE BA LIARD Football 1,2, 3,4, Co- Captain 4, All Conference 3, 4, All County 3; G y mna st i c s Club 1; Glee Club 2,3,4; Monogram Club 2, 3, 4; Superlative 4; Monitor 4. WAYNE ROY EARNHARDT F. F.A. 1,2, 3,4, Vice President; Booster Club 1,2; Social Club 3, 4; Football. TROY BARNHARDT Bus Driver 1; F. F.A. 4, President 1 ; Projectionist 2; Social Club 2. CARRIE SUE BARRIER F. H. A. l;Glee Club 1,4; Bible Club 1,4; Dramatic Club 2; Bus Driver 3,4; Social Club 3; Commercial Club 4; F. T. A. 3. EDWARD LEE BARRIER Gymnastics 1; Bus Drivers 3,4; Social 3; Glee Club 4; Science Club 4. RUBY ELAINE BARRIER Future Nurses 1 ; F. H. A. 1,4; Social Relations 1,3,4; Bus Patrol 1,2, 3; Booster Club 2; Glee Club 3,4; Superlative. JACKIE STANCIL BAUCOM F. F. A. 1; Gymnastics Club 1; Band 1,2; Glee Club 3,4; Football 1,2,4; Baseball 1,2, 3, 4; Monogram Club 3,4, Vice President 4; Student Council 4, President 4; Bus Dri- vers 2, 3, 4; Booster Club 2, Treasurer 2; Junior Class Officer; Track Team 3, 4; Superlative. NANCY KAY BLACKWELDER F. H. A. 1,2,3, 4, Treasurer4; Parliamentarian Social Relations 1 ; Class Secretary 1; Future Nurses Club 1; J. V. Basketball 1 ; Dramatics Club 2; Social Club 3, 4; F. T. A. 3,4; Marshal 3; Office Page 2, 3,4; Beta Club 4; Super- lative. BRENDA JOAN BURRIS Social Club 3,4; Library Club 3, Library Club Reporter 3; Monitor 4; Basketball Manager 4; F. H. A. 1 ; Gymnastics Club 2. STEPHEN MYRON BIACKWELDER Gymnastics Club 1; Dramatics Club 2; Editor of School Paper " The Tiger Print " 3,4; Marshal 1,2, 3, Chief Mar- shal 4; Bus Driver 4; Journalism Award 3; Annual Staff 4; Office Page 4; Superlative. RACHEL SUE BOST Lettergirl 1,2; Majorette 3,4, Chief; Social Relations Club President 1 ; F. H. A. Club 1 ; J.V. Basketball 1; Office Page 4; Boosters Club 2; Glee Club 3,4; Social Club 3; Student Council 4; Treasurer of Class 3; Bandsman Award 4. DIANNE BROOME Mixed Chorus 1; F. H. A. 1; J.V. Basketball 1; Dramatic Club 2, Song Leader 2, Dramatics Club President 3; Library Assistant 3; Superlative. BRUCE ALEXANDER CARTNER Photography Club 1, 3; Booster Club 2; Dramatics Club 4; Student Council 4; Mechanical Drawing 3; Partersbuxy High School 3. DARLA GAIL CRAYTON Bible Club, Vice President 1; F. T.A. 1,3; Monogram 2,3; Class Vice President 2; Glee Club 3,4; Beta Club, Treasurer 3, Secretary 4; Commercial Club 4; Science Club Treasurer 4; Cheerleader 1,2, Chief 3; Library Club Reporter 4; D.A.R. Citizenship Award 4; Future Executives Club 2. JOYCE ANN CLAY Social Relations 1; Social Club 3; Glee Club 4; Bible Club 4; Commercial 4; Monitor 4; Future Teachers Club 3. DEANE MORRISON CASPER Gymnastics Club 1; Bus Patrol 1,3; Boosters Club 2; Glee Club 1,2,3, 4; J.V. Basketball 1; Basketball 2; F. T.A. 3,4, President 4; Social Club 3; Lettergirl 1, 2, 3,4; Moni- tor 3,4; Commercial Club 4; Annual Staff 4; Miss Hi Miss. MAURA EBERHARDT F. T.A. 1, 3; Gymnastics l;Band 1,2; Commercial Typist 2,3,4; Glee Club 2, 4; Bus Patrol 3; Library Assistant 3; Superlative 4; Dramatics 4; Bible Club 4. 103 Senior Statistics DORIS ANN MILetR F.H. A. Club 1; Social Relations 1; Softball Team 1; Dramatics 2 ; Social Club 3; F. T. A. Club 3; " Tiger Print " Staff 4; Library Club 4, Library Assistant 4; Student Secre- tary 4; J. V. Cheerleader. PEGGY LOU MORGAN Gymnastics Club 1-; Boosters Club 2; Basketball Manager 2; Dramatics Club 3, Reporter 3; Monitor 3; Bible Club 3, 4; Social Club 4. PATRICIA ANN MORGAN Gymnastics Club 1; Miss Freshman; Library Club 3; Glee Club 3, 4; Monogram 2, 3, 4; " Tiger Print " Staff 4; Home- coming Attendant 4; Cheerleader 1,2, 3, 4, Chief 4; Daisy Mae 3; Superlative 4; Office Page 4. RONNIE RAYMOND McDONALD Football 3; Glee Club 2 ; Library Club; Booster Club; Social Club; Dramatic Club. ROBERT GLENN MCDONALD, JR. Gymnastics Club 1,2; Monogram Club 3,4; Science Club 4; Glee Club 3, 4; Boosters Club 1,2; Class Vice President 3; Football 1 , 2, 3, 4; Editor-in-Chief of Annual 4; Super- lative 4; Student Council 4; Scorekeeper for Basketball 3,4. SUSAN ELIZABETH NANCE Social Relations 1; F. T. A. 1,3,4, Reporter 3, Vice President 4; Dramatics 2; Glee Club 2,4; Beta Club 3,4, Vice President 3, President 4; Social Club 3; Student Council Representative 4; Annual Staff; Lettergirl 1,2,3, 4; Monitor 3,4. VALERIA EVELYN PENNING ER Annual Staff 4; Glee Club 4; Cafeteria Cashier 2,3,4; Office Page 3, 4; Bus Patrol 2, 3, 4; Social Club 3; Drama- tic Club 2; Basketball 1,2; Gymnastics Club 1. NORRIS CLARENCE PLOTT Football 3, All Conference, Most Improved; Baseball 2, 3,4; Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; Gymnastics Club 1; Dramatic Club 2; Monogram Club 3,4; Class President 3; Annual Staff 4; Monitor 3, 4. LARRY DANIEL RIMER Drum Major 3,4; Band 1,2, 3, 4; Gymnastics Club 1; Social Club 3; Bus Driver 2, 3, 4; Science Club 4; Hobby Club 4. ROBERT WAYNE RINEHARDT Basketball 1,2, 3; Football 1; Baseball 3; Bus Driver 3,4; Gymnastics Club 1; Booster Club 2; Social Club 3; Mono- gram Club 4; Glee Club 3. JACOB ARCHIE SMITH Football 1, 2, 3; F. F. A. 1,2; Social Club 1, 2; Gymnastics Club 1 ; Dramatic Club 1; Science Club 3; Monogram Club 4; Mr. Senior 4. ROBERT WAYNE SMITH Football 1 ,2, 3,4; Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; Baseball 3,4; Mono- gram Club 4; Gymnastics Club 1; Booster Club 2; Social Club 3, 4, Vice President; Bus Driver 3, 4; Glee Club. GERALD LEE STALLINGS Mt. Gilead High School: F. F. A. 1,2; Mt. Pleasant High School: F. F. A. 3,4, Secretary 4; Bus Driver 3,4; Social Club 3; Booster Club 4. VERNA HAHN SIGMON Commercial Club 3; Dramatics Club 1; Social Club 2; Science Club 2, 3; Public Relation Secretary 2, 3; Glee Club 3; F. T. A. 3; Bi olog y Award 2; N. C. Optometric Assistant Essay Contest; Beta Club 2, 3; Marshal 1,2; Office Page 3; " Daily Independent " Correspondent 1,2,3. JUDITH ANN SAFRIT Social Relations Club 1; Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Commercial Club 3,4; Dramatic Club 2; Bible Club 4; Assistant Ele- mentary Office Secretary 3; Perfect Attendance 1, 2, 3, 4. KENNETH HOWELL THOMPSON Basketball 1; Class Vice President 1, Treasurer 4; Gym- nastics Club 1; Dramatic 2; Booster Club 2; Social Club 4; Superlative; Basketball Scorekeeper 4. RACHEL ELAINE VANDERBURG Bible Club 1 ; F. H. A. 1,2, 3, 4, Reporter 3; Future Execu- tives 2 ; Class President 2 ; Class Marshal 2,3,4; Beta Club 3,4; " Tribune " Correspondent 3; F. T.A. 4; Superlative; Assistant Editor of Annual 4. 104 sddvertis eri 105 AUSTIN BROTHERS’ TIRE STORE NO.2 New Tires and Recapping Passenger, Truck, Tractor and Cars Phone HE 6-2091 STORE NO.l Located in Locust, North Carolina Phone TU 8-221 Batteries Del co-Fisk Auto Accessories 107 KINDLEY COTTON Mount - Pleasant, North Carolina MILLS 106 BILTMQRE DAIRY PRODUCTS CHUB KLUTTZ DISTRIBUTOR Phone HE 6-2241 Mount Pleasant, North Carolina 108 HERFF JONES CO Manufacturing Jewelers and Stationers E.L. Hedrick, Representative GROWING WITH AMERICA ' S SCHOOLS Cabarrus Food Centre’s FREE PARKING LOW PRICES HOME OWNED 74 S. Spring St. S. Union Ext. 109 KANNAPOLIS BAKERY Golden Crust Bread and Tasty Cakes Phone WE 3-8136 or WE 3-7146 Kannapolis, North Carolina CITIZENS NATIONAL BANK Concord, North Carolina Every Banking Service Each Deposit Insured Up To S10,000.00 no Portrait - Commercial Wedding - Pictorial Aerial Legal - Photostats School Industrial N. c. P. A. ISE STUDIO Telephone ST 2-5151 200 EAST CORBAN STREET CONCORD, NORTH CAROLINA " Many Thanks For The Privilege of Working With You On Your Annual Photographs " MOUNT PLEASANT MILLING COMPANY Manufacturers of Flour, Meal, and Feed Quality Products Since 1900 Phone HE 6-3481 Mount Pleasant, North Carolina ill PENN-CAROL HOSIERY MILLS, INC A Good Place To Work Phone HE 6-2981 Mount Pleasant, North Carolina Drink Delicious Refreshing SUN-DROP GOLDEN COLA Bottled by: CONCORD BOTTLING WORKS 112 A.W. Moose Drug Phone HE 6-23 1 1 Mount Pleasant, North Carolina Company Piedmont Bank and Trust Company Offering A Complete Banking Service Davidson, Mooresville and Mount Pleasant, North Carolina Phone HE 6-3601 Member of Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation 113 Cabarrus Bank and Trust Company Concord - Kannapolis - Albemarle - North Carolina Concord Offices: Next to County Courthouse and Wil-Mar Park Near Hospital Tuscarura Cotton Mill With Continued Good Wishes For " THE TIGERS " Mount Pleasant, North Carolina Fisher-Earnhardt Oil Company Gas - Kerosene - Oil Phone HE 6-361 1 Mount Pleasant, North Carolina 114 Vanderburg Servicecenter Barnhardt’s U.S. Royal and Goodyear Tires Sheet Metal Heating Sinclair Petroleum Products Gutteri ng Heating Oils Free Estimates Phone ST 2-3103 Day - Dial HE 6-4362 Night - Dial HE 6-2154 366 N. Church Street Route 1 Concord, North Carolina Mount Pleasant Sponsored by North Carol ina J. Ray Vanderburg, Owner Class of ' 40 Compl iments of The Concord National Bank North Carol ina ' s Oldest National Bank Member of Deposit Insurance Corporation Hartsell Funeral Homes, Inc. Funeral Directors Embalmers 24 Hour Ambulance Service with Oxygen - Air Condition and Two Way Radio 22 W. Corban Street Concord, North Carol ina Albemarle Midland YU 2-2233 TU 8-5571 Concord ST 2-7122 115 Eudy’s Earnhardt’s Service Station Lumber Company Groceries Cold Drinks Specializing in Hardwood Good Gulf Gasoline and Oil and Standing Timber Phone HE 6-2581 Phone CR 9-2336 Mount Pleasant Gold Hill North Carolina North Carol ina Concord Tractor Evans College and of Commerce Motor Company McCormick and International West Corban and Corwell Streets Phone ST 2-31 85 Secretarial Accounting Day and Night Classes Phone ST 2-4921 24 East Depot Concord Concord North Carolina North Carol ina 116 to the graduating class Coke puts you at your sparkling best! Borneo under authority Of the coca-coia company by COCA-COLA BOTTLING COMPANY OF CONCORD Piedmont Chevrolet Sales and Servi ce Where Friend Meets Friend Phone ST 2-3147 FARMERS ' WHOLESALE FEED AND SEED STORE, INC. Phone ST 2-9722 P . O . Box 1 260 Concord, North Carolina BAUCOM BROTHERS HOME FURNISHINGS, INC. 255 Highway 29 North Concord, North Carolina EFIRD ' S DEPARTMENT STORE South Union Street Concord, North Carolina 117 HARTSELL FUNERAL HOME 24 h our service 2 Way Radio Rescuster and Oxygen Albemarle YU 2-2233 Midland TU 8-5571 Concord ST 2-7122 HOP ' S ALIGNMENT SERVICE Brake Service and Welding 614 North Church Street Phone ST 2-0110 Concord, North Carolina H. M. BARRIER Esso Dealer, Dry Goods, Groceries Hardware and Feeds Phone HE 6-3111 Route 1, Mount Pleasant, North Carolina ROCKWELL MILLING COMPANY Manufacturing of: Flour, Meal, and Feed Poultry and Dairy Feeds Phone CR 9-4005 Rockwell, North Carolina CRUSE ' S ABBATOIR Wholesalers and Dealers in Pork and Beef " Rimertown " Austin Slaughtering and Processing Phone ST 2-3501 Route 3, Concord, North Carolina BARNHARDT ' S SELF SERVICE Fresh - Meats - Groceries - Produce - Etc. Dial HE 6-4362 Route 1, Mount Pleasant, North Carolina 118 VANDERBURG ' S T.V. RADIO SERVICE For Dependable T.V. and Radio Service Dial ST 2-6686 Dock Vanderburg, Owner and Operator Graduate of the Class of 1933, Mount Pleasant CABARRUS COUNTY SHERIFF ' S DEPARTMENT J . B . Roberts, Sheriff Concord, North Carol ina Compl iments of MR. D. RAY McEACHERN Clerk of Superior Court GREEN HILL DAIRY FARM Breeders of Pure Guernsey and Holstein Cattle Phone HE 6-3182 Route 1 Mount Pleasant, North Carolina Best Wishes From MOUNT PLEASANT HOSIERY MILL Phone HE 6-32 1 1 Mount Pleasant, North Carolina RITCHIE AUTO PARTS Phone ST 2-1111 35 South Spring Street Concord, North Carol ina 119 WILLIAMS LITTLE HARDWARE CO. Builders Hardware and Paints Dial Wil -Mar Park ST 2-9114 Concord, North Carolina H. AND H. MOTOR COMPANY Tommy Honeycutt Pete Heglar Phone CR 9-9768 Gold Hill, North Carolina Compl iments of WILLIS HOSIERY MILLS, INC. Phone ST 2-4155 184 Academy Street Concord, North Carol ina Compl iments of IMPERIAL COURT Phone HE 6-2051 Highway 49 Concord, North Carolina " Best Wishes " from LAWSON A. FOIL Mount Pleasant, North Carolina 120 SANITARY BARBER SHOP A Satisfied Customer is Our First Consideration John Culp Lewis Rothrock Phone C R 9-7095 Rockwell, North Carolina F. L. SMITH DRUG COMPANY (THE REXALL STORE) We Appreciate Your Patronage Kannapolis, North Carolina Phone WE 3-2118 1908 1961 SIDES LUMBER COMPANY Dealer in Rough and Dressed Lumber Doors - Sash - Mouldings Phone CR 9-2107 P . O . Box 803 Rockwell, North Carolina For Economic and Long Lasting Pavement Cal I ASPHALT DRIVEWAYS For Free Estimates Call Collect YU 2-1255 Manufacturing Plant at Finger, North Carolina " BEST WISHES " H. E. HALL from FURNITURE CO. MILLER HOSIERY MILLS Home of Friendly Service INC. Phone ST 2-21 13 Mount Pleasant, North Carolina 16 West Depot Street Concord, North Carolina K SHUFORD INSURANCE AGENCY h MUTUAL INSURANCE PHONE ST. 2-4148 11 East Depot St, CONCORD, N. C. " BEST WISHES " from NORTH STATE BUSINESS COLLEGE 111 North Main Street Kannapolis, North Carolina 121 COMMUNITY STORE MOUNT PLEASANT " We Have Time To Talk " INSURANCE AGENCY, INC. Gas - Oil - Groceries Edith F. Peninger, Manager Route 200 Georgeville, North Carolina Hal Love " All Forms of Insurance " Phone HE 6-2271 Mount Pleasant, North Carolina FINGER GROCERY " Groceries, frozen Compl iments of Food and Meats " AMOCO Products JOHN R. BOGER On Highway 72 Phone YU 2-3166 Concord, North Carolina Route 1 Mount Pleasant MOUNT PLEASANT FINANCE COMPANY, INC. CRAYTON ' S GARAGE Specializing In " Any Type of Loans " Automatic Transmission Financing and Re-financing General Repairing and Auto Parts Phone HE 6-4221 Phone HE 6-2271 Terms: Net Cash Mount Pleasant, North Carolina Location: Near High School KALE-LAWING COMPANY JEAN ' S BEAUTY SHOP " Complete Office Outfitters " School Supply Headquarters Phone HE 6-3851 Mount Pleasant, North Carolina Phone ST 2-4183 21 North Union Street Concord, North Carolina 122 BOB ' S LAUNDRY PIKE ' S DRUG STORE Oldest - Largest - Best Master Cleaners and Furriers Complete Dry Cleaning Service 722 S . Union Street Concord, North Carolina Dial ST 2-4119 Concord, North Carolina " For The Best in Prescriptions, Gifts, and Cosmetics " KANNAPOLIS PUBLISHING COMPANY HAMMETT INSURANCE AGENCY Phone WE 3-2181 North Main Street Kannapolis, North Carol ina 130 North Church Street Concord, North Carolina Congratulations to the Seniors TURNER FURNITURE CO. When You Think of Jewelry Go To SHEPHERDS DEPENDABLE JEWELERS Phone ST 2-0512 THE JEWEL BOX, INC. 60 Stores 1 14 S. 2nd St. - Phone YU 2-251 1 The South ' s Largest Jewelers Albemarle, North Carolina C . A. WIDENHOUSE Concrete Contracting Concrete Materials Ready to Mix Phone ST 2-4187 - Concord, N.C. 46 Popular Tent Road For Better New and Used Cars See or Call R.P. " Shorty " Auther, Jr. At WIDENHOUSE MOTORS Means Street Business Phone ST 2-0912 Home Phone ST 2-0632 Students Charge Accounts Invited W. H. LEONARD SON JEWELERS Diamond Special ists Concord, North Carolina 123 LENTZ AND CRESS Plumbing and Heating Contractors " All Kinds of Repair Work " Phone ST 2-9221 Route 3 Box 72 Concord, North Carolina HOOVER ' S Concord, North Carolina B.S. BOST Wholesale Tobaccos - Cigarettes Confectioneries Phone ST 2-7021 BARRINGER ' S SERVICE STATION Mount Pleasant, North Carolina Compl i ments of J.C. PENNY COMPANY Concord, North Carol ina MOSS MOORE Heating and Air Conditioning Complete Electrical Work 1307 South Main Street Kannapolis, North Carolina Phone WE 2-4473 JOHNSTON ' S 72 South Union Street Concord, North Carolina HUTCHINSON CLEANERS " If your clothes aren ' t becoming to you, you should be coming to us . " Phone GR 4-331 0 Norwood, North Carolina Compl iments of VERN ' S PHILLIP 66 at Finger, North Carolina ANN ' S FLOWER SHOP Mount Pleasant Road Concord, North Carolina ALMOND HOME SUPPLY Appliances - Furniture Locust, North Carolina BOWERS BROTHERS John Deere Farm Machinery Security Feeds, Baby Chicks Farm Implements Phone YU 2-441 1 —1 1 8 N. Depot Street Albemarle, North Carolina 124 GEORGE ' S TRIM SHOP " The Best in All Types of Upholstry " Phone ST 2-8592 Old Kannapolis Highway Compl iments of WILKINSON ' S, INC. Furniture and Appliances R.S. Studdert, Mgr. Phone ST 2-4189 Concord, North Carolina R.E. HUNTLEY FOIL HARDWARE 79 Old Charlotte Road i Night - Day 1 Dial ST 2-4621 Your Philco Dealer Phone HE 6-3551 Mount Pleasant, North Carolina EAGLE ' S BARBER SHOP LOCUST CAFE J.D. Eagle and Ray Boger, Barbers Located on Highway 49 Mount Pleasant, North Carolina A Good Place to Eat Phone TU 8-9902 Highway 27 FARMER ' S SERVICE STATION Groceries - Meats - Feeds Esso Gas - Oi 1 AREY LUMBER COMPANY Building Materials Phone ST 2-4388 Concord, North Carolina Phone HE 6-41 1 1 Mount Pleasant, North Carolina CRAFTSMEN FINISHERS, INC, 1 08 W. Buffalo ROBINSON ' S, INC. Specialty Shop for Women Misses and Juniors Phone ST 2-4104 Concord, North Carolina BARRINGER ' S GROCERY ! All Types of Groceries and Meats Phone HE 6-32 1 1 Mount Pleasant, North Carolina ALMOND ' S JEWELRY P . O . Box 3 1 6 Locust, North Carolina Jewelry - Diamonds Watch Repair Phone TU 8-2291 125 PRESLAR ' S JEWELRY Your Keepsake Diamond Dealer Dependable Jewelers Since 1909 79 South Union Street Concord, North Carolina ALEXANDER FLOWER SHOP " Flowers Whisper What Words Can Never Say " Phone HE 6-8991 Mount Pleasant, North Carolina BEATTY MOTORS, INC. CONCORD-KANNAPOLIS Intersection 27 and 601 SAVINGS LOAN ASSOCIATION Midland, North Carolina Concord, North Carolina Phone TU 8-2111 Kannapolis Office - 109 S. Main St. Phone WE 3-2239 Concord Office - 9 Means Street Open From 7 A.M. Till 7 P.M. Phone ST 2-3193 LUTHER GIBBS SERVICE GROCERY Groceries, Meats and Esso Products Sapp and Rimer Road Kannapolis, North Carolina SUGGS FURNITURE COMPANY Complete Home Furnishings " Your Satisfaction is Our Success. " Phone YU 2-7113 534 Concord Road Albemarle, North Carolina G.C. McMANUS COMPANY COX ' S BARBER SHOP Al 1 is-Chalmers Mount Pleasant De Laval North Carol ina Albemarle YU 2-3113 ELLIS JEWELERS SIMPSON GROCERY For the Jewelry you Phone CR 9-4825 Give with Pride Rockwell, North Carolina Let Ellis be Your Guide Concord, North Carolina PENINGER FUNERAL HOME Ambulance Service GOODMAN ' S GROCERY Burial Association " Fancy and Stable Groceries " Phone HE 6-3581 Phone HE 6-2551 Mount Pleasant, North Carolina Mount Pleasant, North Carolina 1|26 YORKE WADSWORTH EAGLE ' S SUPERMARKET South Church Street Concord, North Carolina " The Best Groceries in Town " Phone HE 6-3241 Mount Pleasant, North Carolina STANLEY HARDWARE CO. The Best in Hardware and Sporting Goods Phone YU 2-2129 LOCUST 5 10 : STORE Complete Line of Gifts Toys, Fabrics, Simplicity Patterns Phone TU 8-5504 Locust, North Carolina MAC -VICTOR ELECTRONIC SUPPLY, INC. Wholesale Only P.O. Box 3236, Wilmar Branch Highway 29 and Florance Avenue Concord, North Carolina L.M. COOPER CASH GROCERY AND SERVICE STATION Beatty Ford Road Phone ST 2-7204 | JACKSON PARK BARBER SHOP " Stancil Gets His Hair Cut Here " H. H. " GINGER " WATTS Justice of the Peace Residence Dial - HE 6-4557 Office Dial - ST 2-9161 BETTY ' S BEAUTY SHOP H. S. FURNITURE COMPANY STORE NO. 2 Phone YU 2-3264 Concord, North Carolina Phone HE 6-2525 Mount Pleasant, North Carolina LENTZ HARNESS SHOP We Deal in all Types of Leather, Riding Saddles, j Collars and Harnesses Highway 49 - Phone HE 6-3681 Gold Hill, North Carolina KIRK ' S GARAGE All Types of Repair Work Mount Pleasant, North Carolina 127 MAULDIN ' S STORE CHARLIE ' S GARAGE Self Service - Free Delivery " Where Your Dollar Buys More " Automatic Transmission Service Rimertown Road - R.F.D. 2, Box 203 Dial ST 2-4166 Phone WE 3-3104 Concord, North Carolina Kannapolis, North Carol ina M.F. COX GROCERY Compl iments of Fresh Fruit and Vegetable WILSON FARM SUPPLY Phone HO 3-3510 Richfield, North Carolina Albemarle North Carol i na CABARRUS CREAMERY CO. , INC. Compl iments of Your Home County Dairy LOU ' S BEAUTY SHOP 357 N. Church Street Concord, North Carolina Phone HE 6-4622 BLANCHARD PAINT HIPP-McBRIDE COMPANY BODY SHOP " Your Local Specialist in Sports " Phone ST 2-2921 Phone ST 2-3514 Mount Pleasant Highway 16 East Depot Street Concord, North Carol ina Concord, North Carolina BAREFOOT OIL COMPANY Compl iments of Plant and Delivery Near Depot Phone ST 2-3196 Concord, North Carolina KENNEDY CROSS ROADS SERVICE STATION THE HUB, INC. Furniture - Kelvinator Appliances Ladies ' , Men ' s Clothing Concord, North Carolina 128 Compl iments of MT. PLEASANT HIGH SCHOOL CLASS OF 1961 ifimoratulatiom to the f§ class of ' 61 Dr. A. 1 .. Barringer Mount Pleasant North Carolina Patrons L.P. HUNTER, JR. JIMMY SOLOMON MRS. W.T. AIRHEART BOB DOUG RUTH ROSS HORTON-LEDER, INC. ALL STAR MILLS, INC. L.J. STIREWALT 129 Autographs Autographs Autograph Autographs Autograph Autographs 1 U n ter 333 INDIANA AVENUE WINSTON-SALEM, N.C. 13 6 CON
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