Mount Airy High School - Airmont Yearbook (Mount Airy, NC)
- Class of 1952
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, v r. Mt. Airy High School Annual 3niK« LSafii. ■ L£ifj 82 53 jSAWwfe! Celebrating its move into a new builling, Mount Airy High School this year published an annual tbr the first time in 22 years. Results of the pioneering the , staff, headed by Marianne Jones, editor; Barbara PardJe, associate editor; and Ed Cross- inghnm, business manager, were made known at a recent h i g h school assembly when copies H§ ' . the annual were presented to of¬ ficials and staff members and latei delivered to the eager s .i-. den! . Using the theme, “a song of praise to our school and its per¬ sonnel, ” the 1952 “Airmont” features the school song and - a musical motif. Honoring the school administra¬ tion, the dedication reads: “To the: administration—school boafd, superintendent, and principal 181 1 mm ' —, oiHa school whose praise we sing, weB gratefully dedicate this fipst issue of ‘Airmont.’” |!p. I. Monday, representing the school board; L. B. Fendergrabh, superintendent; and H. M. Finch, |piincipal, leceived the first copies | oftthe annual in assembly. Year¬ books were also presented to Mrs. Kate Barringer, who submitted the winning name, “Airmont,” Miss Jean Simpson, advisor, the editors, and staff members Jeanne Gwyn, picture editor, Jackie Vog- ler, Betty Royal, Jeanette Mor¬ gan, Sonny Cashwell, Patri Taylor, Barbar a blrehflL , a Smith Holcomb. Barbara Pardue has been named editor of the 1953 “Airmont.” ---T- 1 Printed and Bound in the U. S ' . A. by School Printing Service CHARLOTTE, N. C. THE 1952 Published by THE ANNUAL STAFF of MOUNT AIRY HIGH SCHOOL Mount Airy, North Carolina OUR SONG OF PRAISE 3L ird ' ■ T j - 7 a. n s oac vtf-bba - Ken t n. nd cy-cir hi k-e T «% ?oL ? e . FOREWORD In Airmont, the first yearbook of Mount Airy High School since the 1930 Graniteer, we of the staff wish to thank our friends, in school and out, who helped make an annual possible. We have tried to present in its pages a song of praise of our school and its personnel. May it linger in memory as a pleasant melody! I MOUNT AIRY HIGH SCHOOL 1951 SCHOOL BOARD 1 . „ O ' •• ••• ' • . . •_ . ; . ..... ■ . M. S. MARI IN . ' CHAI RMAN W. 1. MONDAY VICE CHAIRMAN ROY M. NELSON ROBERT M. SMITH W. S. PORTER . . L. B. PEN DERG RAP H SUPERINTENDENT II. M. I INCH ' PRINCIPAL DEDICATION To the administration—school board, superintendent, and principal— for a school whose praise we sing, we gratefully dedicate this first issue of Airmvnt. ADMINISTRATION L. B. Pendergraph Superintendent H. M. Finch Principal SCHOOL BOARD W. S. Porter; W. I. Monday, vice-chairman; Dr. Moir S. Martin, chairman; Mrs. Betty Moir, clerk; R. M. Nelson; Superintendent L. B. Pendergraph; R. M. Smith, inset. faculty Miss Ethel Bailey Home Economics Mrs. Kate Barringer History, Civics Mrs. Christine Beamer Mathematics, Physics Mrs. Mary Boyles Commercial Miss Annice Everett Commercial Miss Ada Haymore Latin Miss Eva G. Holder English, Journalism Charles Johnson Band, Glee Club FACULTY V. Mrs. Lavinia P. Mackie Spanish, History Mrs. Lorraine McKinney Biology, Chemistry Mrs. Mary E. Neal English Arnold Ramey Social Science, Physical Ed. Wallace A. Shelton English, Football, Basketball Miss Jean Simpson Library Miss Jean Smith Commercial Mrs. Caroline W. Sydnor Mathematics Miss Annie W. Thomas English George S. Williams Vocational Shop Mrs. Betty Moir Secretary Miss Elizabeth Powell Secretary To RAY C. REED, a former teacher of Mount Airy High School, we wish to express our sincere thanks and appreciation. His likeable personality extended beyond the classroom and the gym to leave a lasting impres¬ sion on those fortunate enough to know him. Superintendent L. B. PENDERGRAPH JOSEPH WALLACE KING Portraits in oil Studio—Reynolda, North Carolina ... .—. Donald Blackburn " Far Away Places” Marilyn Blackburn ' ' Love Sick Blues” LaVerne Blue " Little Girl” Bill Bowman " Mine All Mine” Emily Boyd " I’m a Big Girl Now” MacRae Boyd " l Wonder Who’s Kissing Her Now” Lewis Brannock " Wandering” SENIORS ✓ Dean Bray " Moonglow” Libby Brown " Little Brown Jug” Bill Bryant " Peg O My Heart” Mary Ann Burrus " Dark Eyes” Nan Campbell " I Love You Truly” B Bill Coble " Mr. Touchdown U. S. A.” Pansy Coe " Lonesome” Jackie Coleman " Waiting Just for You” Bill Cox " Chicken Song” Jack Cox " Hot Rod” Richard Creed " Cold, Cold Heart” SENIORS | " The Richard Dobson Whiffenpoof Song” Bennie Sue Doggett " Baby Race” Martha East " Wedding Bells” Barbara Eldridge " Chatterbox” Bobby Finch " Red’s Back in Town” y Carter Fourqurean " Forever and Ever” Grady Frye " Nature Boy” Lynda George " Linda” SENIORS Barbara Jean Goad " Scatterbrain” Lillian Gunnell " Huggin’ and Chalkin’” Peggy Gunnell " Slowpoke” Jeanne Gwyn " Because of You” ' T Lucy Ellen Gwyn " Strawberry Blonde " Charles Harris " 1 Ain’t Doing Bad Doing Nothing " Bobby Haymore " Prisoner of Love " Frances Haymore " Cry " Joe Bill Haymore " 1 Wonder, I Wonder " Betty Hennis " Little Lulu " SENIORS Jerry Jones " September Song” Marianne Jones " Together” Doris King " O Promise Me” Lucille King " In the Mood” Polly King " Undecided” Harold Kirkman " Racing With the Moon” SENIORS Carol Jean Midkiff " Once in a Lifetime” Jimmy Miller " Hey, Good Looking” jj Charles Montgomery " If " Doris McBride " Pennies from Heaven” Sarah Nester " Sophisticated Lady” Jo Ann Newsome " Just One of Those Things” Barbara Jean Nichols " Because” Patsy Oliver " Satisfied” SENIORS Jack Palmer " Jack, Jack, Jack” Jimmy Patterson " Plat Foot Floogie” Dottie Perry " My Happiness " Dayle Phillips " I’m A Yankee Doodle Dandy” V Millie Westmoreland Pruett " Tea for Two’ Flossie Quesinberry " Jezebell” Nancy Reece " Sweet and Lovely” Fontaine Reece " Trumpeters Lullaby” Barbara Schumaker " Life Is So Peculiar” Mary Nell Seagraves " Two Loves Have I” Donald Shaw " The Missouri Waltz” Roger Simmons " Body and Soul” Corinne Sitison " Sentimental Me " Norman Smith " Yes, We Have No Bananas " SENIORS Patricia Taylor " Wedding March " Jimmy Tilley " Snowflakes " Alma Utt " Bring Back the Thrill” Carolyn Westmoreland " Love Sick Blues” Clyde Williams " Detour” Shirley Withers " The Roving Kind” SENIORS Mack Wood " Woody Woodpecker” Bill Joe Woodruff " Always Late " Bill Worth " Just Plain Bill” R ay born Wright " Don ' t Fence Me In” ■ . • i ii‘ j . p es t " , c ' . u utti +- aJc " . -ocieii till Cob c A C €- ' } entity. CLASS HISTORY SEPTEMBER, 1948 Anchors aweigh! On this day the ship Freshmen set out on its four years ' voyage. Newly recruited seamen were given their berths aboard ship. The fate of their voyage was in the capable hands of their pilots—Fontaine Reece, president; Patricia Welch, vice- president; Corinne Sitison, secretary; and Carl Baber, treasurer. By following old crewmen, the seamen finally found their way around the ship. OCTOBER, 1948 Charles Harris, Larry Taylor, Bill Coble, Bobby Finch, and Kelvin Seivers tried their luck at football. As new offices are always taken over at the beginning of every voyage, Donald Black¬ burn, Richard Creed, and Patricia Taylor were installed as student council representatives. One of the many beginning school contests was the High Spots subscription contest. Mona Faye Hiatt won the third prize of two dollars. NOVEMBER, 1948 As usual in November the Home-coming queen was elected. Candidates from the class were Patricia Taylor, Dot Tyndall, and Libby Brown. DECEMBER, 1948 Prancing with the band were Dot Tyndall and Jackie Vogler. JANUARY, 1949 The F. H. A. was out front with Polly King, secretary; Sybil Adkins, reporter; and Marilyn Blackburn, song leader. APRIL, 1949 Jackie Vogler and Dayle Phillips were chosen freshmen per¬ sonalities. JUNE, 1949 As most of the crew were a bit seasick, yet better versed in the lore of the sea, and the ship Freshmen a bit worn, they pulled into harbor for a three months’ shore leave. SEPTEMBER, 1949 After three months the date of the new voyage was announced, and the crew, better acquainted with the sea, embarked on a new ship, the Sophomore. The pilots on this voyage were Jackie Vogler, president; Nancy Reece, vice-president; Roger Simmons, secretary; Lynda George, treasurer. OCTOBER, 1949 Bill Coble and Jack Palmer were chosen student council rep¬ resentatives, with Mary Ann Burrus and Jackie Vogler alternates. The football squad was increased this year by Charles Harris, Bobby Finch, Mac Wood, Larry Taylor, Bobby Beamer, Bill Coble, Donald Stanley, Richard Dobson, Jack Cox, and Norman Smith. The twirling corps enrolled Jeanne Gwyn, Beverly Arnder, Evelyn Snow, Lucy Ellen Gwyn, Patricia Welch, and Barbara Schumaker. The able library assistants were Jo Ann Newsome, Marilyn Black¬ burn, Carolyn Westmoreland, and Jackie Coleman. NOVEMBER, 1949 The Home-coming queen candidates were Jackie Vogler, spon¬ sored by the Glee Club; Nancy Reece, by the band. Kelvin Seivers and Grady Frye managed football. DECEMBER, 1949 Jackie Vogler reigned as queen at the Christmas parade. JANUARY, 1950 Jeanne Gwyn won first place in the magazine subscription con¬ test and received a radio. MARCH, 1950 Polly King, Jo Ann Newsome, Ann Swanson, Mary Nell Sea- graves, Carol Jean Midkiff, and Barbara Goad, along with Bill Coble and Roger Simmons, were out for basketball. APRIL, 1950 The annual Lions Club essay contest was won by Corinne Sitison. While Jackie Vogler was the pianist for the Glee Club, Mona Faye Hiatt, Lucy Ellen Gwyn, Margaret Lovill, Jackie Coelman, Patsie Oliver, Barbara Eldridge, Jeanne Gwyn, and Kelvin Seivers were singing members. Carl Baber, Jimmy Miller, and Donald Stanley were out for baseball. SEPTEMBER, 1950 After a vacation the crew returned to their new ship, the Junior, which was really a beauty, and elected new pilots, Roger Simmons’ president; Jackie Vogler, vice-president; Jeanne Gwyn, secretary- Mary Ann Burrus, treasurer. ’ OCTOBER, 1950 Nancy Reece served as treasurer for the Glee Club. The student council members were Martha East, Carl Baber, Bill Worth; the alternates were Barbara Jean Nichols, Marianne Jones, and Polly King. The football taem increased to include Bill Coble, Bobby Beamer, Mac Wood, Bobby Finch, Larry Taylor, Charles’ Harris, Norman gmtfh anrl F,1 r rnccinoliom oc PATSIE OLIVER, Class Historian NOVEMBER, 1950 Sarah Nester and Peggy Gunnell were bell students. Nan Cam; bell, Freddy Dawson, Jackie Coelman, and Carolyn Westmorelar were library assistants. DECEMBER, 1950 The Apple Bowl candidates were Patricia Taylor, Barbara Jet Nichols, Juanita Snow, and Dorothy Tyndall. On the gridirc Bobby Beamer was chosen most improved. Berta Glenn Ashbui won first place and a watch in the annual magazine sale conte; JANUARY, 1951 Fontaine Reece was band president for the third year. FEBRUARY, 1951 Those out for basketball were Jo Ann Newsome, Mary Ne Seagraves, Patsie Oliver, Shirley Withers, manager; Ann Swanso Polly King, Dayle Phillips, Jimmy Patterson, Roger Simmon and Bobby Beamer. APRIL, 1951 The candidates for student council president were Bill Wort now president; Roger Simmons, now vice-president; Sarah Neste The basketball superlatives were Ann Swanson, most valuabl Polly King, most improved. MAY, 1951 The Junior-Senior prom, built around the theme " Our Ve: Own,” was held at the Dorminy Studios, May 4. Patsie Oliver w elected editor-in-chief of the High Spots, and Roger Simmon associate editor. The marshals, the nine students having the tnghe grades, were Martha East, La Verne Blue, Marianne Jones, Barba Jean Nichols, Corinne Sitison, Margaret Lovill, Sarah Neste Dottie Perry, and Peggy Gunnell. Nancy Reece was elected pres dent of the Tri-Hi-Y; Jeanne Gwyn, vice-president; Mariam Jones, treasurer; Sarah Nester, secretary; Carol Jean Midkil sergeant-at-arms. SEPTEMBER, 1951 After a four months leave, the crew boarded their new ar most beautiful vessel yet, the Senior, to find that this trip woul be made in as yet unexplored waters, the new M. A. H. S. T1 very proud pilots this year; Carl Baber, president; Sarah Neste vice-president; Jeanne Gwyn, secretary; Dottie Perry, treasure They realized that for many this would be the last trip; they al: realized that for many it was but a beginning. NOVEMBER, 1951 The student council members were Carl Baber, Nancy Reec and Sarah Nester. Marianne Jones and Ed Crossingham wei named editor and business manager, respectively, of the annua The staff included Jeanne Gwyn, Jackie Vogler, Patricia Taylo and Barbara Jean Nichols. The football team sported Bobt Beamer, co-captain; Bill Coble, captain; Mac Wood, Charles Harri Norman Smith, Bobby Finch, and Jack Cox. The cheerleaders wei Nancy Reece, Patsie Oliver, and Mary Nell Seagraves, chief chee leader. DECEMBER, 1951 Dorothy Tyndall reigned as Home-coming queen. Other cand dates were Jackie Vogler, Corinne Sitison, Nancy Reece, Patric Taylor, Juanita Snow, and Barbara Jean Nichols. Bobby Beami received a bid to play in the Shrine Bowl game. Among tho: out for basketball were Ann Swanson, co-captain; Polly Kin captain. Stormy waters threatened the strength of the vessel Senior. Th struggle decided whether or not they could reach port, Exam With steady work, they passed the hurricane area successfully i before, and made possible this landing—the saddest and sweete of moments. Some land only to re-embark on the sea of lif others, after three months shore leave, return to life aboard shi] Either way many will be missing who have made the journi nrnrfnn ' biUi ' 1 Shirley Withers, Class Poet I CLASS POEM We meant to do a thousand things, But days sped by on airy wings, And now we find it’s much too late For we have come to graduate. The steps to knowledge are not so high As first they seemed to freshman eye. As senior pomp is not slow To wail the fact that we must go. Like seeds blown by an idle breeze, We’ll drift along until we seize Some portion of the Mother Earth Where we will prove our honest worth. Down deep within each heart there lies A golden dream of some great prize. A bouyant hope to reach that goal Is deep imbedded in each soul. To those who reach that aim I cry, " Set hearts and hopes beyond on high!” And those who fail? Rebuke them not; They will within blaspheme their lot. We leave our school with mingled feeling; Amid regret, relief is stealing. But ’twould be foolish now to stop; The stairs continue to the top. We will recall the gay, light fun, The numerous carefree things we’ve done; We ll fold and put them all away. For we are more grown up today. CLASS PROPHECY One day while sitting in on my weekly gossip club, we started recalling names of our graduating class of " 52”. It was really quite interesting to find out what some of our old members had been doing or were doing. As in all gossip clubs the bad is told before the good, and this one is no exception. Now I will tell you what was told me, if you promise not to tell a soul. Dayle Phillips, Norman Smith, and Harold Kirkman have set up a new gang of robbers called The Musketeers. They have robbed seven hundred banks, but always escape in their jet heli¬ copter, piloted by Larry Taylor. Chief Detective Donald Blackburn has been working with Chief of Police Frye and his squad—Jack Cox, Jo Bill Haymore, Lewis Brannock, and Bill Coble for months but has received no reward yet. So beware! They may be in your town next. The town is all in whispers about two members of our class who raised a terrible scene on Main Street the other day. It seems as though Sybil Adkins and Beverly Arnder were both driving taxi cabs and hit each other. Well, both said it was the other ' s fault and got into a regular knock down and drag out. But every¬ thing grew calm when Joan Jackson and Flossie Quesinberry, Mount Airy’s first women policemen, came in on the scene and arrested both. Some of the members are making some sort of history in Washington these days. Jack Palmer, Bill Bowman, and MacRae Boyd are the head of the deodorized R. F. C. and have been for the past four years. It appears that another scandal threatened as Millie Westmoreland Palmer, Dottie Perry Bowman, and Lucille King Boyd came in last week wearing baby pink and sky blue ermine coats. President Bill Worth has asked Vice-President Rich¬ ard Creed to call them before a senate investigating committee, headed by the senior senator from North Carolina. Richard Dobson says that plenty will be done about the matter. This was hard for me to believe, but it came from a reliable source. Freddy Dawson has been brought up before court on a bigamy trial. He married not only once but also three times. His wives are Bennie Doggett, Lucy Ellen Gwyn, and Francis Hay- more. Freddy always was girl crazy; as you see, it got him places. Then the conversation drifted into social standings and stations. The first newsy bit of gossip was that the movie actress Jo Ann Newsome is married to the millionaire, Charles Harris. This makes Jo Ann ' s fourth marriage. She was previously married to Charles Montgomery, Bill Bryant, and Roger Simmons. Of course, you all recognize the names of the business tycoons. One of the most recent marriages was that of the bubble dancer Alma Utt and the big time gambler Clyde Williams. The Finch Orchestra played for the affair. The leader, of course, is Bob Finch and the members are Bob Beamer, Jimmy Tilley, Rayburn Wright, Don Stanley, and Willowy Ann Swanson, the soloist. We had one girl in our class that really helped America. She is Juanita Snow; she has all of twenty-five children. The lucky father of these children is Fontaine Reece. As I said the good always follows the bad; the praise then started. I found out that Pat Taylor has become a woman wrestler with Jeanne Gwyn trying to win her title. Some of the other wrestlers are Bobby Haymore, Barbara Jean Goad, Lillian Gunnell, Jerry Jones, and Mac Wood. BERTA GLENN ASHBURN, Class Prophet Then we have some explorers on our list. Betty Jean Trac Jackie Vogler, and Libby Brown, Corinne Sitison, and Dot Tyndt are on a South African expedition. These girls have really goi places. Oh, by the way, the guide is Jimmy Patterson. Some of our social debutantes are Jackie Coleman, Mary Ar Burrus, Betty Collins. Shirlev Withers, Evelyn Snow, Barba Schumaker, and Peggy Gunnell. These ladies made their debu in the Stork Club last Wednesday night. Their escorts were Ca Baber, Carter Fourquerean, Bill Matthews, Don Shaw, Ed Crossin, ham, E. Jarrell, and Dean Bray. Just as conversation was about to cease a late comer brought i a paper and naturally that had to be taken apart and discusse On the front page was a picture of the first woman president Ford Motor Company, Marilyn Blackburn. Vice-president w; Virginia Stuart; Secretary, Mary Nell Segraves; and Treasurer P; Welch. Fords will be better than ever now. A newsy item of interest was that LaVerne Blue and Emil Boyd have been convicted of embezzlement from the First Nations Bank of New York City. The ladies will reside in Sing Sing fc fifty years. The opera, " Gentlemen Prefer Blondes” will be presented i Mount Airy next month by the Coe Company, owned and operate by Pansy Coe. The list of actresses include Barbara Eldridge, Patsi Oliver, and Martha East, Doris McBride, and Mona Faye Hiat The opera will be given in the new opera house that is owne by the famous composer Naomi Hiatt. W hen I was in high school with these people, the famous ha designer was Mr. John. The King Reporter, whose editor is Poll King, states that hats by Mr. Holmes are now the style from Pari to Texas. Mr. Hershal Holmes plans to visit Mount Airy nes week and there is to be a banquet in his honor at the Sarah Neste Country Club. Some outstanding speakers for the occasion ar Betty Lou Hennis, the first woman undertaker; Lynda Georgt the president of Lees McRae College; Marianne Jones, presiden of Catawba College; and Margaret Loville, North Carolina ' s firs woman governor. Due to the recent election of city officials, Norman Smith, Bil Jo Woodruff, and Johnny Marshall, city saloons, like they had ii the " 90 ' s " , can be opened. Some of the lady songbirds are Dori King, Pauline Frye, Carolyn Westmoreland, and Barbara Nichols Ninety-nine members of the senior class were present for gradu ation and only ninety-seven have been mentioned. Naturally yot are wondering what became of the other two. Well, Nancy Reea is president of the Gossip Club, and I am vice-president ant reporter. LAST WILL AND TESTAMENT We, the Mount Airy High School graduating class of nineteen hundred and fifty-two, being of sound mind and of normal physical Condition, realizing that the past twelve years of struggling have not been in vain, and that our days as a class are soon to be over, lo hereby assemble and dispose of some of our worn, but treasured possessions in this our Last Will and Testament. ARTICLE I Section 1. To Mr. Finch, our principal, we bequeath our eternal gratitude for the patience, help, and understanding he has ihown each one of us in our high schol careers. Section 2. To the faculty we leave our sincere thanks for the guidance they have given these years. Section 3. To Miss Jean Simpson we leave our great appreci- ition and thankfulness for helping so much in the publication of jur first annual in twenty-one years. ARTICLE II Section 1. To the freshman class we will that smooth, quiet .enior manner of moving in single file through the halls and the orderly way in which we get to the cafeteria every day. Section 2. To the sophomore class we bequeath our ability of lever being late, never chewing gum in classes or assemblies, and lever failing to come to class without our homework. Section 3. To the junior class we leave our front seats in the luditorium with this advice: study long and hard each night if rou don’t want to sit there for two years. ARTICLE III To Betty Royal, Lucy Ellen Gwyn leaves her red hair and a few reckles. Lynda George leaves her great knowledge of chemistry to any- ne who can understand it. Berta Glenn Ashburn leaves her naturally curly hair to Phylis Icott, who can ' t seem to keep a curl in her hair. To Harvey Ayers, Jack Cox wills his one hundred per cent daily ttendance certificate, for which he worked so hard. Mary Ann Burrus leaves her love for Spanish to all the students lanning to take it. Roger Simmons wills his 6’ 5 " frame to Grady Eaton. Bill Coble and Bobby Beamer leave their famous uniforms to rskin Atkins and Charles Kirkman, respectively; and Grady Fry :aves water bucket to George Pace. Freddie Dawson wills his corny jokes to Dickie Phillips for use hen he is at a loss for words. Jimmy Miller, Johnny Marshall, and Mack Wood leave their :tentiveness in bookkeeping to Donald Thomas, Robert Jarvis, id Donald Hoover. Sybil Atkins leaves the job of typing and mimeographing the isentee list to some unsuspecting first period office page. Nancy Reece, Deen Bray, and Bill " Worth leave the hard work jid responsibilities of being president of the Tri-Hi-Y, Hi-Y, and ident council, respectively, to the future officers of the organiza- ons. JEANNE GWYN, Testator To Charles Kiger, Bill Joe Woodruff leaves his new kind of haircut—one with a hole in the top. Carolyn Westmoreland leaves her ability to transcribe shorthand fluently to Mary Ann Robertson. Jackie Vogler, Patricia Taylor, Juanita Snow, and Dot Tyndall leave their majorette uniforms to anyone capable of filling them. Polly King leaves her long legs to Lynda Mosely for playing basketball. Patsie Oliver and Mary Nell Seagraves leave their ability to flirt with any and every male to Betsie Ross Smith and De Lane Coble. Shirley Withers leaves her little newsy note-book to Barbara Fowler. Marianne Jones and the annual staff leave the hard work of publishing an annual to next year’s Airmont editor-in-chief and staff. Bennie Sue Doggett wills her quiet and shy way to Rebecca Hatcher. Peggy Gunnell leaves her ability to talk at the rate of 300 words per minute to Henrietta Leftwich. Barbara Eldridge bequeaths her silky hair to Peggy Sue Hall. Patricia Taylor, Martha East, Barbara Nichols, Jerry Jones, Evelyn Snow, Doris King, Carol Jean Midkiff, and Carolyn Westmoreland will their ability to catch a man to all the females of Mount Airy High School. Bill Worth leaves all his girl friends to Ronald Vogler. Larry Taylor leaves his 215 pounds to Bobby Hawks. Kelvin Seivers wills his mechanical mind to just anyone crazy enough to want it. In witness where of, we, the Senior Class of Mount Airy High School, do hereunto set our hands and seals, this-day of June 1952. THE SENIOR CLASS JEANNE GWYN, Testator Witnesses: FRANCIS, the talking mule PLUTO MICKY MOUSE TRIGGER JUNIOR OFFICERS Dick Belton, secretary; Carolyn Banner, vice-president; Jeanette Morgon, president; Bruce Craddock, Treasurer. Donald Arnder Avolene Atwood Patricia Ausburne Patsy Badgett Carolyn Banner Nancy Barwick JUNIORS Phyllis Baum Jerry Beamer Billy Beasely Dick Belton Johnny Belton Peggy Belton Doris Bennett Bonnie Blizzard Felicia Boyles Joyce Brannock David Browne Jimmy Carpenter George Cashwell Vernon Cassell Barbara Chandler Bonnie Childress DeLane Coble Janice Cockerham Patsy Coe J. W. Collins Mary Lou Combs Bruce Craddock Etta Mae Cundiff Patricia Dowell JUNIORS 1 James Edwards Johnny Gieger Jimmy Gilbert Jack Gillespie Betty Sue Goodson Howard Gorden Bill Gruble Glenda Gwyn Barbara Hale Doris Haley Peggy Sue Hall Jo Ann Harbour Billie Hardy Pat Hardy Doris Haynes Jimmy Haynes Gloria Hiatt Robert Hill Donald Hoover Betty Sue Jarrell Robert Jarvis Dora Anne Johnson Carl Jones Mary Lee Jones Hazel Kennedy Anne Kerr James Key Norman Key Joan Kirkman Prank Kurtz Mary Frances Lawrence Henrietta Leftwich Shirley Maner Donald Midkiff Ronald Midkiff i . JUNIORS Betty Jean Miller Dolores Mills Alvis Money Bobby Moorefeild Jeanette Morgan Faye Nance Phyllis Nance Barbara Pardue Bernie Phillips Charlotte Phillips Freddy Preddy Ilene Pruitt Margaret Puckett Barbara Roberts Mary Anne Robertson Jimmy Royal Phyllis Scott Kelvin Seivers Lelia Simmons Marion Shuskey Bobby Lee Smith Jewel Smith Patricia Smith Sylvia Speight Hugh Tally Barbara Tatum Donald Thomas Ronald Vogler Mary Alice Wagoner Larry Walker Shirley Wall Barbara Jo Weddle L. J. Williams Mary Faye Williams Elaine Wood SOPHOMORES Rita Adkins Connie Anderson Robert Beasley Casa Dean Beck J. C Bennett Bonnie Blue Hilda Bondurant Ruth Bondurant Pansy Bowman Gray Boyd Mary Louise Boyd Gloria Boyles Ben Brannock Margaret Britts Barbara Brower Nancy Brown Treva Brown Sallie Ann Carroll Guy Carswell Charles Carter Peggy Carter Georgia Chandler Shirley Chappell Fred Childress Larry Childress Virgil Christian John Clifton Ted Cox Tommye Cox Gayle Dobson Barbara Fowler Edward Foy Dick Freeman G. L. Gentry Jackie Gilley m " 5WSft SOPHOMORES Phillip Gough Polly Sue Gravely Elise Harris Rebecca Hatcher Bobby Hawks Jackie Haynes Gary Hemrick Agee Hiatt Lester Hill Smith Holcomb Shelby Dean Holder Barbara Hull Priscilla Inman Arlyss Jackson Louise Jarrell Glenn Jones Margaret Jones Marv Jo Tones Shirley Kennedy Mary Frances King Newton King Wada Lee Kinzer Charles Kirkman J. C. Kirkman Carl Leftwich Lillie McBride Mavnard McMillan Johnny Martin James Merritt J. T. Morgan Edward Norman Jerry Norman George Pace Jo Ann Palmer Don Parris - SOPHOMORES Shirley Paul Gary Perry Shirley Perry Shirley Peters Dickie Phillips Judy Pruett Howard Pruett Violet Pucket Wade Roberts Betty Royal Harriet Schafer Dickie Shackleford Steward Shelton Calvin Shuskey Billie Ruth Simmona Bobby Simpson Betsy Ross Smith Dexter Smith Robert Smith Glenda Snow James Sparger Jo Ann Sparger Don Speight Irene Steele Bobby Taylor Clark Tilley Janey Waggoner Peggy Wagoner Donald Walker Martha Walker Bud Warren Margaret Welch Wade Whitaker Foye Willis Vernon Worrell Camera Shy : Egbert Jones Sammie Willard Peggy Bowman Janice Dobson FRESHMEN Bill Adams Charles Adams Bill Adkins Beth Ashby Billie Nell Ayers Eunice Ayers Harvey Ayers Joyce Ayers John Baity Dawn Belton Kermit Bondurent Barbara Bowman Jimmy Boyd Geraldine Brannock Mary Brannock Dorothy Browne Sylvia Browne Kenneth Busick Jimmy Carpenter Melverine Childress Mary Laura Chilton Roy Clifton Bobby Coble Henry Coe Kay Collins Louise Collins Charlean Cook Jessie Ruth Cook Linda Cox Leon Davis Betty Deatherage Juanita Dix Edward East Grady Eaton Marie Edmonds Donald Edwards Louise Eldridge Gaynell Everhart Libby Finch Raymond Fulk Zane Galyean Edwin Goad Mary Jo Goad Betty Lou Gunnell Gibs Gwyn Charles Hall Clive Hall Jack Hall 1 freshmen Sylvia Hantzopoulis Ivan Harold Betty Hawks Curtis Hawks Shirley Henderson Betty Hiatt Bobby Hiatt Estelle Hiatt Patty Hiatt Nelda Hill Lou Ann Holloway Mona Ann Holder Rebecca Hughes Elbert Hull Paul Hull Carolyn Inman Dick Jackson Mary Faye Jackson Wilma Jarrell Archie Johnson G. 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Johnson Coy Jones David Jones Larry Jones Shirley Jones Jimmy Journey Margaret Joyce Mary Mon Key Charles Kiger Edwin King Kathleen King Betty Leftwich Wilma Loftis Charles McCraw Larry McGhee Shirley McHone Ronald McMillan Bobby Marion Mary Marshall Anita Massey Irma Matthews Bobby Monday Clyde Monday Kenneth Monday Lynda Moseley Shelby Moser Jerry Nester Priscilla Nixoa I FRESHMEN Joyce Parker Mary Nell Parker Lynda Pell Robert Perkins Gino Ratti Betty Roberts Charlotte Robertson Isabella Scott Denny Shelton Gary Shelton Kenneth Shelton Sandra Shelton Glenn Simmons Kay Simmons James Sitison Bobby Smith Charles Smith Gene Smith Helen Smith Mary Jo Smith Sarah Springthrope Margaret Star Granville Sydnor Jimmy Talley Bobby Taylor Jack Taylor Weldon Taylor Calvin Thomas Patricia Tickle Betty Louise Tilley Lucy Tilley Sue Tilley Barbara Tolbert Billy Tracy Jimmy Vernon Jewel Wagoner Bobby Ward Shelby Ward La Rue Welch Wanda Willard Rayno Wilson George Wright CTIVITIES STUDENT COUNCIL 1st Row: Barbara Fowler, Betty Royal, Gayle Dobson, Roger Simmons, Bill Worth; President, La Verne Blue, Jewel Wagoner, Treva Brown, Carl Baber. 2nd Row: Dickie Phillips, James Key, Edwin Goad, Larry Childress, Patsie Coe, Dot Tyndall, Peggy Hall, Larry Walker. 3rd Row: Johnny Martin, Joanne Palmer, Lynda Pell, Nancy Reece, Shirley Perry, Charlene Cook, Martha East, Sarah Nester, Delores Mills, Mrs. Barringer, faculty adviser. LIBRARY ASSISTANTS Seated: Marilyn Blackburn, Jackie Coleman, Carolyn Westmoreland, Miss Jean Simpson. Standing. 1 atsy Badget, Barbara Schumaker, Millie Sue Pruitt, Betty Royal, Donald Arnder, Lucy Ellyn Gwyn, Mona Faye Hiatt, Peggy Carter, Bonnie Blizzard, Berta Glenn Ashburn. OFFICE PAGES 1st Row: Richard Creed, Libby Brown. Polly King, LaVcrnc Blue, Dottie Perry, Bill Worth. 2nd Row: Margaret Lovill, Barbara Eldridgc. 3rd Row: Mary Ann Burrus, Doris, Haynes, Corinne Sitiv.n, Barbara Nichols, Bennie Sue Doggett, Shirley Chappell. Patsie Oliver Roger Simmons Editor-in-chief Associate Editor HIGH SPOTS STAFF 1st Row: Berta Glenn Ashburn, Lynda George, Roger Simmons, Patsie Oliver, Donald Stanley, Barbara Eldridge. 2nd Row: Richard Creed, Howard Gordon, Corinne Sitison, Margaret Lovill, Miss Eva Holder, adviser, Pat Welch, Lucy Ellyn Gwyn, Mona Faye Hiatt. Marianne Jones Editor Ed Crossingham Business Manager AIRMONT STAFF Seated: Barbara Pardue, Marianne Jones, Ed Crossingham, Barbara Nichols, Miss Jean Simpson, adviser. Standing: Betty Royal, Jackie Vogler, Sonny Cashwell, Jeanette Morgan, Smith Halcomb, Patricia Taylor, Jeanne Gwyn. MONOGRAM CLUB 1st Row: Larry Walker, Jimmy Miller, Bruce Craddock, Ed Crossingham, Carl Baber, Mary Nell Seagraves, Bobby Beamer, Bill Coble, Bobby Finch, Hugh Talley. 2nd Row: Harvey Ayers, Roger Simmons, Patsie Oliver, Buck Jones, Mary Ann Robertson, Ann Swanson, Polly King, Mack Wood, Agee Hiatt, Sonny Cashwell. 3rd Row: Johnny Geiger, David Browne, Jimmy Royal, Norman Smith, Jack Cox, Ben Brannock, Joanne Newsome, Dolores Mills. 4th Row: Donald Midkiff, Ronald Midkirf, Dick Freeman. 5th Row: Freddie Dawson, Donald Stanley, Dayle Phillips, Charlie Harris. LATIN CLUB 1st Row: Miss Ada Haymore, adviser, Hugh Talley, Barbara Fowler, Sallie Ann Carroll, Betsy Smith, Gayle Dobson, Virgil Christian, Dickie Phillips, Lester Hill. 2nd Row: Janey Waggoner, Barbara Hull, Barbara Brower, Tommye Cox, Martha Jean Walker, Shirley Kennedy, Penny Boyles, Betty Miller. 3rd Row. Charles Carter, Ed Foy, Smith Holcomb, Dick Freeman, Bonnie Blue, Margaret Jones Priscilla Inman, Jackie Gilley. ’ 4th Row: James Merritt, Harriett Schaffer, Elise Harris, J. T. Morgan, Johnny Martin 5th Row: Robert Smith, George Pace, Howard Pruitt, John Clifton, J. C. Kirkman. TRI-HI-Y 1st Row: Alma Utt, Virginia Stewart, Jewell Smith, Ann Swanson, Carol Jean Midkiff, Jeanne Gwyn, Nancy Reece, president, Marianne Jones, Sarah Nester, Joan Jackson, Faye Nance, Joanne Harbour, Barbara Hall. 2nd. Row: Millie Pruett, Phylis Scott, Libby Brown, Peggy Gunnell, Patricia Welch, Evelyn Snow, Henrietta Leftwich, Mary Ann Robertson, Polly King, Ann Kerr, Doris Haynes, Joanne Newsome. 3rd Row: Gloria Hiatt, Patricia Dowell, Violet Puckett, Betty Miller, DeLane Coble, Doris Ben¬ nett, Faye Nance, Avolene Atwood, Margaret Lovill, Bennie Sue Doggett, Pat Ausburne, Billie Hardy. 4th Row: Lucy Ellyn Gwyn, Mary Anne Burrus, Betty Sue Jarrell, Eilene Pruitt, Barbara Roberts, Peggy Belton, Joyce Brannock, Carolyn Banner, Dora Ann Johnson, Dolores Mills, Joan Kirk- man, Lynda George. 5th Row: Patsy Badgett, Bonnie Blizzard, Barbara Tatum, Mary Frances Lawrence, Lilia Simmons, Patricia Smith, Sylvia Speight, Shirley Maner, Etta Mae Cundiff, Jeanette Morgan, Naomi Hiatt, Barbara Eldridge. 6th row: Jerry Jones, Jackie Vogler, Patricia Taylor, Barbara Pardue, Patsie Coe, Hazel Kennedy, Jackie Coleman, Marilyn Blackburn, Carolyn Westmoreland, Charlotte Phillips, Mary Faye Williams, Shirley Wall. 7th Row: Lillian Gunnell, LaVerne Blue, Barbara Schumaker, Beverly Arnder, Doris Ann Mc¬ Bride, Patsie Oliver, Corinne Sitison, Berta Glenn Ashburn, Dot Tyndall, Nan Campbell, Betty Lou Hennis, Phylis Baum. sggggsssgrtr " 1 WATi 1st Row: Hugh Talley, Ed Crossingham, Norman Smith, Carl Baber, Deen Bray, president, Freddie Dawson, Donald Stanley, Jimmy Royal, Jack Cox, Bill Worth. 2nd Row Johnny Gieger, Freddie Preddy, Dayle Phillips, Richard Dobson, Fontaine Reece, James Edwards, Bill Bryant, Jimmy Patterson, Joe Bill Haymore. 3rd Row: Roger Simmons, Larry Walker, Buck Jones, Rayburn Wright Jimmy Haynes, Jack Palmer, Carter Fourgurean, Jimmy Gilbert, Vernon Castle, Clyde Williams. 4th Row: Jimmy Miller, Jimmy Tilley, Billy Beasley, Bobby Beamer, L. J. Williams, Bobby 5th RowT Cf Bru ' ce Cradd 0 ,°David Browne, Charlie Harris, Mack Wood, Bill Coble, James Key, Bernie Phillips, Sonny Cashwell, Bobby Finch. 1 ' i GLEE CLUB 1st Row: Dolores Mills, Judy Pruett, Mary Anne Robertson, Glenda Gwyn, Joanne Newsome, Mary Nell Seagraves, Phylis Scott, Peggy Gunnell, Dottie Perry, Betty Tracy, Joan Kirkman, Jeanne Gwyn. 2nd Row: Wilma Loftis, Barbara Schumaker, Violet Puckett, Jackie Haynes, Shirley Peters, Betty Lou Hennis, Jewel Waggoner, Barbara Fowler, Henrietta Leftwich, Bonnie Blue, Patricia Dowell, Mary Mon Key, Libby Finch, Lucy Ellyn Gwyn, Anita Massey, Mona Faye Hiatt. 3rd Row: Margaret Lovill, Betty Miller, Glenda Snow, Millie Pruett, De Lane Coble, Jackie Vogler, Sylvia Hantzopoulos, Shirley Ma ner, Gloria Hiatt, Sue Tilley, Mary Louise Hatcher, Janice Dobson, Joyce Brannock, Nancy Reece, Mr. Charles Johnson, director. 4th Row: Billie Hardy, Harold Kirkman, Ray Hemrick, Carolyn Banner, Dora Ann Johnson, Peggy Belton, Rebecca Hatcher, Sallie Ann Carroll, Mary Ann Burrus, Lynda Pell, Charlotte Robertson, Geraldine Brannock, Ronald Midkiff, Donald Midkiff. 5th Row: Jack Palmer, Jimmy Haynes, Bill Cox, Bill Joe Woodruff, Dayle Phillips, Larry Walker, Dickie Phillips, Fontaine Reece, Howard Gordon, Leon Davis, Freddie Preddy. CHEERLEADERS Mary Nell Seagraves, Chief Ronald Midkiff, Margaret Jones, Dolores Mills, Nancy Reece, Howard Pruitt, Patsie Oliver, Ann Kerr, Betty Royal, Donald Midkiff. T TT BAND 1st Row: Penny Boyles, Sarah Springthorpe. 2nd Row: Pattie Hiatt, Dot Tyndall, Jackie Vogler, Mary Nell Parker, Elise Harris, Norman Key, Freddie Dawson, Jaunita Snow, Patricia Taylor, Lynda Cox. 3rd Row: Mr. Charles Johnson, director, Mary Jo Jones, Bonnie Childress, Charles Carter, Johnny Martin, Jimmy Haynes, James Sitison, Dickie Jackson. 4th Row: Richard Kelley, James Merritt, Gary Hemrick, Fontaine Reece, Bobby Tyndall, Carlton Hiatt, Harvey Pulliam, Hubert McMillan. 5th Row: Maynard McMillan, J. C. Kirkman, Jack Smith, Robert Smith. MAJORETTES Jackie Vogler, Dot Tyndall, Jaunita Snow, Patricia Taylor. HOME-COMING COURT Barbara Nichols Jackie Vogler Nancy Reece Corinne Sitison Dolores Mills Roger Simmons MR. AND MISS Jeanne Gwyn MOUNT AIRY HIGH SCHOOL CAFETERIA SCENE BUS DRIVERS LIBRARY SCENE LAB SHOP SCENE SPANISH CLASS F. H. A. SHOP SCENE NO. 2 Y N? JUNT AIRY, N. C., NOVEMBER, 1951 netr Sch ool B ecomes Mrs. Barringer Names Ann Yearbook Staff Adopts “Airmont” Mrs. Kate Barringer, senior home-room adviser, submitted the winning title, Airmont, in the re¬ cent contest for naming the an¬ nual, and will receive a free copy next spring. A committee of stu¬ dents from the yearbook staff in a joint meeting with their faculty advisers adopted this title at a meeting in the library Novemebr 21 . Students and teachers submit¬ ted 42 titles, some ' of. which had to be excluded because they are being used in neighbor schools. Airmont wo!} over titles such as Bear Tracks and The Bears ' Trail because these emphasize only one phase of school life. Airmont, the committee pointed out, is brief, suggestive of the school, and not likely to be dupli- a tod Students Enjoy Lunch Room i And Audi Smm i A dream of a new j High School became j when 468 students sts lar classes October 1. For the first time in if t of the school, high school ' 1 enjoy the convenience of a - j room. The cafeteria can accoii. j date approximately 500 peopl j during a period of one hour. Tli lunches are twenty-five cents a meat and two vegetables or three vegetables. Milk, salads, an desserts can be purchased fo ten cents each. The head dictitia is Mrs. Jim Jackson, with M | Melvin Slate and Mrs. Selen |i Moxley assisting her. Jj The auditorium, so long need ,] scats 768 people. It is finished i ija variety of colors, which add t j the lighting. The,problem of wha ith an unlimited number o 3 has been done away wit inside ventilating system , chool has ehemitry and hi | laboratories that are tie yond comparison, acco trs. Lorraine C. McKinn read of both departmer economics departmi the state a with any c aid Miss Et ig instruct d her opin Marianne Jones, Xrossingham lead Annual ■ » totalf - Thar ble . — any member of the staff—if you act promptly. Staff members are Marianne Jones, editor; Barbara Pardue, as¬ sociate editor; Ed Crossingham, business manager; Jeanne Gwyn, picture editor; Jackie ogler, Jeanette Morgan, Barbara Mich-, ols, Patricia Taylor, Betty Royal, members of the editorial staff; Sonny Cashwell, Smith Holcomb, ( pson repli te new library, cnat she was proud of it and hoped it would serve the students bet¬ ter. Miss Simpson, who is the li¬ brarian, also said that she had noticed a tendency on the stu¬ dents ' part to care for the library : better, and she hoped this would j continue. The library now con- j tains 4,471 books. Most of these j were brought from the old school, but the library does have many t new ones. the first time since 1930 ' nool will publish an annual ear. In a recent class meet-j seniors pledged their unani¬ mous support. TT Marianne Jones and Ed Cross- ,inert H ingham have been appointed by, a faculty committee to head the publication as editor and business manager respectively. Miss Jean Simpson, librarian, is the faculty adviser. Other teachers who have been asked to assist her are Mrs. Mary Neal. Mrs. Kate Barringer, Miss Jean Smith, and Miss Eva Holdei. Members of the editorial and business staffs will be. appointed n by the editor and business man- ag Though it is impossible to de¬ termine the exact cost now, Miss . Simpson says that she hopes to c l keep the price between four and j five dollars per copy. To get a copy a student will have to pay 1 a deposit of two dollars ill Nov¬ ember and the remainder next j _ , - 1 - i Te achers Honor Superintendent -- Patrons Inspect New Building versity A portrait of Supt. L. B. P® n d- ergraph now hangs on the wall of 1 the high school auditorium. It was j presented to the school bv the, white and colored city teachers last Sunday afternoon just befoie j parents and friends began to ai- „ ... i_Urti i hntween Kelvin $s »ivpv« rvw- SNAPSHOTS 1. Studious, Girls. ' ' 2. Trusting Soul! 3. Ready lor t he Swim. 4. Three Heads Are Better Than One. 5. High Stepping Girls. 6. What’s Interesting, Dickie? 7. Our One and Only Mac. 8. Dignified Teacher. 9. What’s This All About? 10. Step Carefully! 11. The Long and Short of It All. 12. Glamour Boys. 13. A Steady Couple. 14. Yea! Team! Let’s Go! 15. The Three Musketeers. 16. Was It Funny? 17. Our Gang. 18. I’ve Got Ya Covered. 19. Bring It On. 20. Our Married Senior. 21. Lonesome Guy. 22. Who’s the Sailor, Patsie? 23. Ready for Sleep? 24. Guess Who? 25. Up for the Night. 26. Together. 27. Bathing Beauties. 28. Don’t Shoot. 29. Sleepytime Gal. 30. Slumber Party. 31. Lucky Boy! 32. Legs! Legs! Legs! 33. Smiles. 34. Editor Jones. 35. Marshals. 36. Who’s Sleepy? 37. Monkeys? 38. The End. ATHLETICS WELCOME [NEIGHBORS! MT.AIRy you™ FOUNDATION THE GRANITE BEARS 1st Row: Charles Kirkman, Bob Beamer (co-captain), Mack Wood, Larry Walker, Charles Harris, Bruce Craddock, Bob Finch, Buck Jones, Jack Cox, Hugh Talley, Bill Boble (captain). 2nd Row: Virgil Christian, George Cashwell, Johnny Geiger, Jack Taylor, Norman Smith, Bill Adkins, Dickie Phillips, Dick Freeman, Harvey Ayers, David Browne, Agee Hiatt. 3rd Row: Bill Adams, Ben Brannock, John Clifton, Jimmy Royal, Freddy Preddy, Ted Cox, Bud Warren, Bill Gruble, Bobby Taylor, Rayno Wilson. Top Row: Coach Shelton, Coach Moir, George Pace. Roger Simmons Bob Finch Mack Wood Ed Crossingham Norman Smith Jack Cox Charles Harris BOYS ' BASKETBALL I” R° w; Agee Hiatt, Bruce Craddock, Dayle Phillips, Freddy Freddy. 2nd Row. Swanson Richards, J.-V. Coach; Dick Belton, Jimmy Miller, co-captain; Johnny Geiger, Buck Jones, manager; Coach Sam Moir. 3rd Row: Freddie Dawson, Larry Walker, Sonny Cashwell. co-captain; Bobby Beamer, GIRLS ' BASKETBALL 1st Row: Betsie Smith, Mary Ann Robertson, Polly King; Captain, Mary Nell Seagraves, Joanne Newsome, Coach Wally Shelton. 2nd Row: Linda Mosely, Ann Swanson, co-captain; Glenda Gwyn, Libby Brown and Margaret Lovill, managers. 3rd Row: Barbara Goad, Shirley Wall, LaRue Welch, Frankie King, Charlotte Phillips, Nancy Reece, manager. BASEBALL y . a. 7 rr . AIRMONT NOTES SENIOR HONORS SYBIL ADKINS Glee Club 1, 2; Tri-Hi-Y 3, 4; Most School Spirited 4. BEVERLY ANN ARNDER Glee Ciub 1, 2, 3; Band 2, 3; Tri-Hi-Y 3, 4. BERTA GLENN ASHBURN Bell Student 2; Tri-Hi-Y 3, 4; SpoA Staff 4; Li¬ brary Assistant 4; Prophet 4. CARL BABER Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4; Football 1, 2; Monogram Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Hi-Y 3, 4, Secretary-Treasurer 4; Student Council 2, 3, 4; Class Vice-President 1; Class President 4. JAMES DONALD BLACKBURN Football 1; Glee Club 3; Bus Driver 3, 4; Athletic Bus Driver 2, 3, 4. MARILYN GAY BLACKBURN Glee Club 1, 3; Tri-Hi-Y 3, 4; 4-H 3, 4, President 3, 4; F. H. A. 1, 2, 3, 4, Secretary 3, 4; Library Assistant 2, 4. WALTER LEWIS BRANNOCK Hi-Y 3, 4. DEAN BRAY Hi-Y 3, 4, President 4. BOBBY BEAMER Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Alternate Captain 4; Basketball 3, 4, Co-Captain 4; Track 1, 2, 3, 4; Baseball 4; Hi-Y 3, 4; Mono¬ gram Club 3, 4; Basketball Manager 2; Shrine Bowl 4; Band 1, 2; Student Council 1. LaVERNE BLUE Tri-Hi-Y 3, 4; Class Marshal 3; Office Page 4. EMILY BOYD Glee Club 1; F. H. A. 3, 4. LIBBY LEE BROWN Cheerleader 1; Tri-Hi-Y 3, 4; Office Page 4. BILL BRYANT Hi-Y 4. MARY ANN BURRUS Glee Club 2, 4; Tri-Hi-Y 3, 4; Class Treasurer 3; Student Council 2; Office Page 4. NAN LeVENE CAMPBELL Glee Club 3; Tri-Hi-Y 3, 4; Library Assistant 3, 4. BILL COBLE Football 1, 2, 3, 4, Captain 4; Basketball 1, 2; Baseball 2; Track 2; Hi-Y 3, 4; Student Council 2; Monogram Club 2, 3, 4; Best Personality 4. JACKIE COLEMAN Glee Club 1, 2, 3; Tri-Hi-Y 3, 4; F. H. A. 1; Library Assistant 2, 3, 4. BILL COX Track 1; Glee Club 3, 4; Baseball 3; Bus Driver 4. JACK COX Hi-Y 3, 4; Football 1, 2, 4. RICHARD CREED Student Council 1; High Spots 4; Page 4; Most Studious Boy 4. ED CROSSINGHAM Hi-Y 3, 4; Monogram 3, 4; Business Manager Annual 4; Student Council 1; Football 1, 2; Basketball 1, 2; Football Manager 3, 4; Basketball Manager 4; Projectionist 1, 2, 3, 4. FREDDIE DAWSON Basketball 2, 3, 4; Hi-Y 3, 4; Band 1 , 2, 3, 4; Library Assistant 3. 1 Best Wishes to the Class of 1952 i I i MT. AIRY KNITTING COMPANY Mount Airy, N. C. SENIOR HONORS HOWARD RICHARD DOBSON Hi-Y 3, 4; Football 1, 2; Baseball 1; Bus Driver 4. BENNIE DOGGETT Tri-Hi-Y 3, 4; Page 4. MARTHA ANN EAST Tri-Hi-Y 3; Student Council 3, 4; Student Council Secretary 3; Office Page 4; Marshal 3. BARBARA ELDRIDGE Glee Club 1, 2, 3; Tri-Hi-Y 3, 4; Spo r 4; Page 4. BOBBY FINCH Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Hi-Y 3, 4; Monogram 1, 2, 3, 4, President 4. CARTER FOURQUREAN Hi-Y 3, 4; Football 1, 2. CLARENCE GRADY FRYE Football Manager 1, 2, 3, 4; Hi-Y 3, 4; Monogram Club 1, 2, 3, 4. LYNDA GEORGE Band 1, 2; Tri-Hi-Y 3, 4; Spots 4. BARBARA JEAN GOAD Basketball 1, 2, 3; F. H. A. 1. LILLIAN GUNNELL Tri-Hi-Y 3, 4. PEGGY GUNNELL Tri-Hi-Y 3, 4; Marshal 3; Glee Club 4; Bell Student 3; Library Assistant 4. BARBARA JEANNE GWYN Glee Club 1,2, 3, 4, President 4; Tri-Hi-Y 3, 4, Vice- President 4; Band 2; Class Secretary 3, 4; Annual Staff 4; Testator 4. CHARLES HARRIS Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Track 3, 4; Hi-Y 3, 4. FRANCES HAYMORE Glee Club 1, 2; Tri-Hi-Y 3, 4; Basketball 1; Track 1, 2. JOE BILL HAYMORE High Spots 3; Student Council 4; Hi-Y 4. BETTY LOU HENNIS Glee Club 3, 4; Tri-Hi-Y 3, 4. MONA FAYE HIATT Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Tri-Hi-Y 3, 4; Library Assistant 4; High Spots 4; Girl ' s Trio 3, 4. NAOMI RUTH HIATT Basketball 1; Tri-Hi-Y 4; Junior-Senior Prom Committee 3; Prettiest Girl 4. JOAN JACKSON Tri-Hi-Y 3, 4. JERRY JONES Tri-Hi-Y 3, 4. MARIANNE JONES Tri-Hi-Y 3, 4, Treasurer 4; Student Council 3; Marshal 3; Bell Student 3; H gA Spo t Business Manager 3; Editor of Annual 4. POLLY KING Tri-Hi-Y 3, 4; Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4, Captain 4, Most Improved Player 3; Office Page 4; F. H. A. 1, 2; Monogram Club 3, 4; Student Council 3; Track 1. HAROLD GLENN KIRKMAN Glee Club 4; Cheerleader 2. (Kernersville) LUCY ELLEN GWYN Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Tri-Hi-Y 3, 4; Twirling Corps 1; High Spots 4; Library Assistant 4. Compliments of DUKE POWER CO. Blue Ridge Insurance Agency A Policy for Every Need R. P. Jones E. C. Collins Compliments of Derby Cottage 1 Mile South of Mount Airy Route 52 Headquarters for Newest Styles in School Shoes A Complete Family Shoe Store Compliments of Swanson Motor Company Buick-Pontiac Sales and Services Phone 400 West Lebanon Street Compliments of The Chow Bar Dorminy Studios Get Ready for Your Junior-Senior Enroll in a Social Dance Class at DORMINY STUDIOS Mount Airy Coal Yard and Grocery Meats , Vegetables - Frozen Foods Phones 340 - 1150 We Deliver Coal: Lump - Stoker - Furnace SENIOR HONORS MARGARET ELIZABETH LOVILL Glee Club 2, 3, 4; High Spots 4; Tri-Hi-Y 3, 4; Marshal 3; Bell Student 4. CAROL JEAN MIDKIFF Tri-Hi-Y 3, 4; Basketball 1, 2. JIMMY MILLER Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4, Captain 4; Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4, Cap¬ tain 4; Monogram Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Vice-President 4; Hi-Y 3; Best Looking 4. DORIS ANN McBRIDE Tri-Hi-Y 4; Glee Club 2, 3; F. H. A. 1, 2, 3; Marshal 3; Class Secretary-Treasurer 3 (Flat Rock). SARAH ANN NESTER Tri-Hi-Y 3, 4, Secretary 4; Bell Student 3; Vice-President Senior Class; Chief Marshal 3. JO ANN NEWSOME Tri-Hi-Y 3, 4; Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; Glee Club 4; Mono¬ gram Club 3, 4. BARBARA JEAN NICHOLS Tri-Hi-Y 3, 4; Student Council 3; Annual Staff 4; Page 4; Marshal 3; Attendant to Apple Bowl Queen 3; Attendant to Home-coming Queen 4. HELEN POWELL (PATSIE) OLIVER Glee Club 2, 3; Tri-Hi-Y 3, 4; Basketball 3; Monogram Club 3, 4; Editor-in-Chief High Spots 4; Cheer Leader 4; Most Popular Girl 4; Historian 4. JIMMY TAYLOR PATTERSON Hi-Y 3, 4; Basketball 2, 3, 4. DOTTIE PERRY Glee Club 2, 3; Newspaper Staff 2; Tri-Hi-Y 3, 4; Com¬ mercial Club 2; Class Treasurer 4; Alternate Cheerleader 2. DAYLE PHILLIPS Glee Club 3, 4; Hi-Y 3, 4; Football 1, 2, 3; Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; Monogram Club 2, 3, 4. FLOSSIE LORETTA QUESINBERRY Glee Club 1; Tri-Hi-Y 3; F. H. A. 1, 2. FONTAINE REECE Glee Club 3, 4, Vice-President 4; Hi-Y 3, 4; Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Class President 1. NANCY CARROLL REECE Glee Club 2, 3, 4, Secretary 4; Band 1, 2; Girls’ Trio 3; Cheerleader 4; Tri-Hi-Y 3, 4, President 4; Home-coming Queen Attendant 2, 4. BARBARA SCHUMAKER Twirling Corps 2; Band 3; Glee Club 3; Tri-Hi-Y 4; Library Assistant 4. MARY NELL SEAGRAVES Glee Club 4; Tri-Hi-Y 3; Track 1, 2; Cheerleader 3, 4, Chief 4; Monogram Club 3, 4; Most Athletic Girl 4. DONALD SHAW Baseball 1; Track 3. ROGER SIMMONS Glee Club 1, 2, 3; Hi-Y 3, 4; Vice-President Student Council 4; Associate Editor Spots 4; Football 2, 3, 4; Baseball 3, 4; Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; Class Secretary 2, Class President 3; Most Popular Boy 4; Most Athletic Boy 4. CORRINE SITISON Tri-Hi-Y 3, 4; Band 2, 3; Page 4; S’ w .r Staff 4; Marshal 3. NORMAN SMITH Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Hi-Y 3, 4; Track 2, 4. PINE STATE KNITWEAR COMPANY Manufacturers of Knitted Outerwear Box 631 Mount Airy, North Carolina HERFF-JONES CO. Rings.Invitations Medals.T rophies E. W. Paddison Representative HAYNES TEXTILE COMPANY Mount Airy, North Carolina Manufacturers of Quality Lingerie For More Than Twenty-two Years Nylon . . . Rayon . . . Silk . . . Cotton ★ Compliments of NATIONAL FURNITURE CO. Mount Airy, North Carolina SENIOR HONORS JUANITA SNOW Tri-Hi-Y 3; Majorette 4; Attendant to Apple Bowl Queen 3; Attendant to Home-coming Queen 4. MARY EVELYN SNOW Tri-Hi-Y 3, 4; Twirling Corps 1, 2. DON STANLEY Hi-Y 3, 4; Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4; Football 1, 2; Monogram Club 2, 3, 4; Spo r Staff 4. VIRGINIA LEIGH STEWART Tri-Hi-Y 3, 4; Basketball 4; Track 2; F. H. A. 1, 2, 3, Vice-President 3; 4-H Club 3, 4, Vice-President 3. CLAUDETTE ANN SWANSON Tri-Hi-Y 3, 4; F. H. A. 2; Monogram Club 3, 4; Junior- Senior Prom Committee 3; Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4, Most Valuable Player 3, Alternate Captain 4. LARRY DON TAYLOR Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4; Track 1, 2, 3, 4; Hi-Y 3, 4; Monogram Club 1, 2, 3, 4. PATRICIA TAYLOR Majorette 2, 3, 4; Student Council 2; Tri-Hi-Y 3, 4; Annual Staff 4; Junior-Senior Prom Committee 3; Attend¬ ant to Apple Bowl Queen 3; Attendant to Home-coming Queen 4. JIMMY TILLEY Hi-Y 4; Football 1, 2. BETTY JANE TRACY F. H. A. 1, 2, 3; Glee Club 3, 4; Speech Club 3. DOT TYNDALL Majorette 1, 2, 3, 4; Tri-Hi-Y 3, 4; Student Council 4; F. H. A. 4; Home-coming attendant 2, 3, Home-coming Queen 4. JACKIE VOGLER Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Accompanist for Glee Club 2, 3, 4; Tri-Hi-Y 3, 4; Majorette 1, 2, 3, 4; Class President 2; Class Vice-President 3; Christmas Queen 2; Home-coming Attendant 2, 4; Annual Staff 4; Student Council 2. PATRICIA WELCH Twirling Corps 2, 3; Tri-Hi-Y 3, 4; High Spots Staff 4. CAROLYN WESTMORELAND Glee Club 1, 2, 3; Girls’ Trio 3, 4; Tri-Hi-Y 3, 4; 4-H 3, 4, Song Leader 3, 4; F. H. A. 1, 2, 3, 4; Song Leader 1, 2; Library Assistant 2, 3, 4. MILLIE SUE WESTMORELAND Tri-Hi-Y 3, 4; Basketball 3; F. H. A. 2, 3; 4-H 2, 3 ,4; Glee Club 1, 4; Library Assistant 2, 3, 4. CLYDE WILLIAMS Hi-Y 3, 4; Baseball 2, 3, 4; Basketball 1; Football 1. SHIRLEY WITHERS Tri-Hi-Y 3, 4; Band 3; F. H. A. 4; Student Council Campaign Manager 2, 3, 4; Glee Club 1, 2; High Spots Staff 4; Basketball Manager 3; Class Poet 4; Office Page 4; Monogram Club 3, 4; Girl Most Likely to Succeed 4. MACK WOOD Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Wittiest 4; Hi-Y 3, 4. BILL JOE WOODRUFF Student Council 2; Hi-Y 3, 4; Glee Club 4. BILL WORTH Student Council 3, 4, President 4; Football 1; Hi-Y 3, 4; Office Page 4; Boy Most Likely to Succeed 4. DONALD RAYBORN WRIGHT Hi-Y 3, 4; Student Council 1, 2. ALMA UTT Tri-Hi-Y 3, 4; F. H. A. 1, 2. Compliments of DAN VALLEY FARM Compliments of THE NORTH CAROLINA GRANITE CORPORATION Since 1889 Quarriers Manufacturers of MOUNT AIRY GRANITE For Beautiful Buildings, Bridges and Memorials CROSS INGHAM TRACTOR COMPANY Mount Airy, North Carolina Schafer Building and Supply Company - Johns Manville Building Products + Dutch Boy Paints All Kinds of Lumber Phone 700 Mount Airy Coca-Cola Bottling Company, Inc. MOUNT AIRY, N. C. Weddle ' s Grocery 75 South Main St. Telephone 40 Sanitary Meat Market Dccilcrs In FRESH AND CURED MEATS Phone 284 “We Deliver” Best Wishes, Seniors! BELTON S LAUNDRY U DRY CLEANING CO. 238 S. Main St. 3 51 —Phones—410 Jones Supply Company Your International Harvester Dealer Phone 112 Virginia St. SURRY DAIRIES, INC. Quality Dairy Products HOME OWNED, HOME OPERATED MT. AIRY, N. C. Compliments of LEONS O ' Dell ' s Grocery Ladies’ Ready-to-Wear Phone 345 Mount Airy, N. C. Compliments of Fuller Furniture Co., Inc. Phone 674 Barber-Alien Hosiery Mills Mount Airy, N. C. Mount Airy, N. C. Mrs. Jackson ' s Compliments of R. W. Key ' s Grocery “Where the Best Dressed Women Shop” Mount Airy, N. C. Oakgrove near Bannertown Blue Ridge Esso Station and Williamson ' s Esso Station Blue ' s Esso Service South Main and Korner Mount Airy Phone 404 Station Service Built Ridgewood Hosiery Mills, Inc. Telephone 1015 Compliments of Foy Lumber Co. Compliments of Bruce Gwyn Electrical Contractor 192 Church Street Telephone 768-J Standard Manufacturing Company Compliments of Manufacturer of School Room Seating WPAQ Best Wishes Surry County’s First and Most Powerful Radio Station Rees Clothing Co. Mount Airy, N. C. Compliments of FRED A. WILLIAMSON ASHBURN HOSIERY MILL EFIRD’S DEPARTMENT STORE MOSELEY SUPER MARKET GRANITE CITY ELECTRIC CO. L. W. ASHBY CO.—General Insurance—Ed Ashby, Mgr. SNACK BAR POWELL’S GRILL Southern Dairies Sealtest Ice Cream No Artificial Flavor Used Vaughn Bros. 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