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Show Hide text for 1958 volume ( OCR) Text from Pages 1 - 78 of the 1958 volume: “ ■ «--«t- .--a. _ •e- ' ' - - -: -z tf?£ :. (graciousCy IDonatecC £ois XnowCton foreword " HAIL TO EBO HI " When you turn the pages of this book in future days, we hope it will help you to remember and love Nebo High School. The pattern set for days at Nebo sifts into a recipe of memories and happiness - the changing of classes - club meetings - assembly pro- grams - ball games - pep meetings - Junior-Senior - Halloween Car- nival - Senior Play - trip to Washington - Senior Day - these memories and more equally pleasant ones return whenever Nebo High School is mentioned. We ' Dedicate . Miss Mae Ramsey - Supervisor County Schools, Mr, M.H. Taylor - Superintendent of County Schools, Mrs. Zelphia Janett - County Secretary, iJ )ebo School oard MR. E.K. MILLER, Chairman MR. TOM CHAPMAN MR. BERNIE FENDER MRS. LOYD CUTHBERTSON MR. PAT DALE Zhe Pioneer Staff Charlie Gibbs and Dottie Gardin, Sports Editors; Donald Roland, Business Manager; Nancy Pyatte, Class Editor; Mary B. Potter, Photographer; Jack Earley and Arzella Harklerode, Circulation Managers; Bonnie Presnell and Hazel Jenkins, Typist; J.M. Walker, Art Editor; Dorothy Baucom, Junior Editor, MISS ROSE STACY English, French, Library Annual and Beta Club Sponsor MR. OTTO GROSS Science and Social St udies Key Club Sponsor MRS. MAE PORTER English and Mathematic F. T. A, Club Sponso High School faculty MRS. MARGARET NORRIS Commercial Commercial Club Sponsor MR, RICHARD LANEY Basketball Coach Monogram Club Sponsor English, Health, Social Studies Ml6S RACHAEL KEISLER I Home Economics F.H. A. Club Sponsor Slmentary faculty MRS. JESSIE SNEAD MRS. LONA LAUGHRIDGE MRS. CASSIE LEDBETTER MRS. JANE JIMESON MRS. FAYE MODE MRS. MARGARET HARTLEY MISS RUTH ELLIOTT MRS. MARGARET BARKER M ji GILL MISS MARGARET CARPENTER MRS. LELA WILSON MISS HELEN PLANT Not Pictured MRS. ELLA ARLEGE MR. LENN RADER MR. JACK MR. THOMAS TRIPLETT STACY To attempt to leave in your yearbook a message that would be meaningful and lasting is a very difficult task. To the scholar, realizing that lessons are sometimes learned very slowly and deliberately, this task might seem facetious. With the above in mind, 1 would like to re -emphasize two items of importance to your future well being. These two items are good attitudes and high ideals. The teachers here in your school have attempted to instill these into you through the four preparation years of high school, 1 use the phrase " preparation years " because of the emphasis placed on making one ' s self ready for the coming years. Realizing that these two items wiU. probably have more bearing on your future years than any other characteristics you might possess, the teachers, in preparing you, have constantly stressed the importance of good attitudes and high ideals. Our world is suffering from growing pains. You, an inhabitant of this world, will be caught up in the onrushing tide of these growing pains and be as a piece of flotsam on a raging river to be tossed around by every wave of change if your ideals have not solidified in your preparation years and if your attitude doesn ' t enable you to react intelligently to sit- uations. You are now finishing your preparation years here. You are now entering a commencement - - - a beginning. The greatest Man who ever lived, Jesus, the scripture tells us, " in- creased in wisdom and stature and in favor with God and man. " This covers all of the desirable phases of development of anyone. If you live and develop as Jesus did, with the proper attitude and ideals, you will be a great man or a great woman to be looked to for leadership in a troubled world. NELLIE DEAN FOX ' I never met a man I did not like. " CLINE GARDNER ' Good humor is the wealth of the soul. Seniors EUGENE BARRIER " Loyal hearted, strong of mind, a finer boy you ' ll nowhere find, " PEARLINE BARKER " How sweet and fair she seems to be. " HAROLD BYRD ' While I live, women shall rule me. " JACK EARLEY ' No good man ever grew rich at once. " DOTTIE GARDIN ' The only way to have a friend is to be one. CHARLIE GIBBS " I like the game and want to play. " HAZEL JENKINS " Live today - let the future come, CATHERYN MOODY " As jolly as the day is long, " CHARLES OWNESBY ' Men of few words are often the best men. RUBY PATTON " Never say more than necessary. " Seniors ARZELLA HARKLERODE " Without music life would be a mistake. ALICE HOPPES ' I strive not for gold, but for friends. " FRIEDA JAMISON ' She looked at him and saw nothing but him. " REBA JAYNES " To know her is to love her, " Seniors LOIS PETERS " Take life ea§y and you ' ll enjoy it. " MARY POTTER " Laugh and be merry! Remember better the world with a song. " TRAVIS PROCTOR " Silence is one great art of conversation, NANCY PYATTE " She hath a daily beauty in her life. " HAROLD REVIS " Patience is one of nature ' s vital virtues. " DONALD ROLAND " So faithful in love and so dauntless in war BONNIE PRESNELL " Leave silence to the saints; I am but human. " PAUL PRESNELL " I believe in work, but I am not in favor of it. " IRENE WILLIAMS " She is made of friendliness. " BRUCE YOUNG ' Doing to learn; learning to do. Seniors MAE TROUTMAN " Actions speak louder than words. " JEANNIE THOMASON " Think all you speak, but speak not all you think. " J. M. WALKER " All men are created equal; some marry. " JOHNNIE WESTMORELAND ' Nothing is ever achieved without enthusiasm. CLASS MOTTO ' Upward still and onward " CLASS COLORS Blue and Silver CLASS FLOWER Red Chrysanthemum Cdst Will and Zestament I, Penny Barker, leave my tattered paints and brtishes to Dorothy Baucom, a beloved office companion and friend. I, Eugene Barrier, leave to Robert Crawley my most sincere hopes and wishes that he will continue in high school and finish with Honors. I, Harold Byrd, leave my position as center on the basketball team to Cline Pyatte. Watch those elbows, Cline. 1, Jack Ear ley, leave my good citizenship to John Hensley. 1, Nanabell Hollifield Fender, leave all my good times to Mary Ellen Fender, Alice Christopher, and Marie Atwood. I, Nellie Dean Fox, will my ability to get along with boys and the good times that 1 have had at Nebo High School to Dorothy Baucom. Make good use of them, Dorothy. I, Dottie Gar leave to my beloved brother Cecil, my unique ways of playing basketball. To Judy, 1 leave my good luck of growing up in high school. The professional driver, Cline Gardner, would like to leave his best ability and " know-how " of driving to Jackie Cooper. 1, Charlie Gibbs, leave my basketball ability to John Hensley, and my baseball ability to James Childers. 1, A rze llaji arkle rode , hereby leave my honored position on the front row of the Glee Club to Kay Fender. I, Alice Hoppes, leave my unusual luck of just getting to class right when the last bell rings to Mary Gunter, I, Frieda Jamison, leave my spit curls to Betty Branton. Make good use of them, Betty. Although I haven ' t much left since it has taken all I have to finish school, I, Reba Jaynes, leave my ability to love everybody to Zola Mae Triplett. I, Hazel Jenkins, leave to both of my sisters, Zelda and Shirley Lawing, the ability to be in the right place, with the right crowd at the time. Don ' t slow down, gals! Keep the boys going at all hours. To Jackie Cooper 1 leave my sneaky ways to get by with anything on the basketball team. I, C athe ryn M oodyT leave my ability to associate vnth people and all my secrets to Dorothy Baucom. See if you can keep them, Dorothy. I, Charles Ownesby, leave my ability to get along with other people to all Freshmen. I, Ruby Patton, leave to Mary Sue Elliot and Bobbie Jean Eply my love for Nebo High School and hope that they will continue in the years to come to love it as much as I have. I, Mary Barton, leave my lust for life to a sweet girl who happens to be my cousin, Cindy Conard. To boot I shall sadly leave behind my tattered old notebook w ich has carried me through four years of — Hard Labor??? In making my final will, IJ Bonnie Presnell, ' have only two things that I can part with and they are D. C. and his red Ford which I give to Dorothy Baucom, and my sense of humor to Elwanda Toney. I, Paul Presnell, wdll my ability to model at parties to Jackie Cooper. Don ' t get embarrassed, Jackie. I, Travis Proctor, leave my ability to drive and get annual advertisements to David Jaynes. Drive carefully, Davey. As always being a great dreamer of far-a-way places, a cool millionaire, and backyard swimming, 1, Nancy Pyatte, leave all of this to the girls who will make them a reality. I, Harold Revis, leave my ability to drive bus 14 to Bobby. Take care of it, Bobby. I, Donald Roland, leave my bad luck of getting a sore arm while playing basketball to Donald Smith. I, Jeannie Thomason, leave my moody spells to whoever will have them. I, J. M. Walker, leave my position as bus driver to the next in line for it, and my ability to make Beta Club to Herman Buchanan. Now that I have come to the last stage of my senior year, I, Irene Williams, leave my ability to meet boys and all the good times I have had here to Violet Williams and Glenda Farr. Remembering the driving lessons 1 have given you, I, Johnnie Westmoreland, vdll my ability to get license to John Presnell. I, Bruce Young, leave my bus driving job on bus No. 27 to anyone who can handle it. Most Likely to Succeed ALICE HOPPES EUGENE BARRIER Best School Citizen DOTTIE GARDIN JACK EARLEY Best Personality MAE TROUT MAN CLINE GARDNER Most Original JEANNIE THOMASON PAUL PRESNELL Semor Class Prophecy On a warm spring day in 1968, lying in my hammock in the backyard of my suburban Hollywood, California home, I was dreamily listening to my new portable Spherical radio, invented by Jack Earley and J. M. Walker two of the country ' s leading electronics technicians, when suddenly - " We interrupt this program to bring yoo a special news bulletin! The first space ship, piloted by Charlie Wm. Gibbs and Cline Gardner of 318 Sunset Boulevard, Reading, Pennsylvania, has just landed on Mars. We switch you now to our remote studios located in the forward rear section of the left tail fin. " " This is Is[ellie Fox and my assistant news correspondent, Bonnie Presnell, just here on the planet Mars. Our chief space authority, Travis Proctor, has issued a statement on the subject of the inhabitants of Mars. " " The planet Mars is inhabited by Martians, no lessF " " We switch you now to our technical advisor for this expedition, Johnny Westmoreland, and his assistant, Harold Revis,_who have gone to interview some of the Martians. " " This is Johnny Westmoreland and my assistant at the capital city of Mars. The Martian president has just issued a statement: " " Why don ' t you go back v here you came from! " " We switch you now to our chief Agriculture Agent, Dr. Paul Presnell, who has been testing the soil. Dr. Presnell, would you care to make a statement? " " The people here must be very poor because the ground is clay, fit only for the growing of peanuts. " " Thank you. Dr. Presnell. Ladies and Gentlemen, we shall now svdtch you back to the planet earth. " " This is Nancy Pyatte on the planet earth. With the capable assistance of the head of my broad- casting staff, Jeannie Thomason, I shall endeavor to bring you the latest news from the planet Mars, now, five minutes before the hour. Now we present the most laughable comedians of the year, Donald Roland, and ArzellaJijikleiode, in their hilarious comedy, LIFE WITH MOTHER, " I, of course, lying peacefully in my hammock, was very surprised and pleased to hear all of this delightful news, so I went into the house, got dressed, and went downtovm to my favorite club, one of the largest in Hollywood, ovmed and operated by Haro ld Byrd. Sitting at one of the tables near the Desert Isle scene was Mary Barton Potter who beckoned to me with her soft brown eyes. I went over and we started talking about the news of the day. " Have you heard the news? " she asked, with one of her cutest smiles. 1, of course, had heard the news, so we discussed a few down-to-earth things while Alice Hoppes, the Waiter, brought us some food. " Did you know that Frieda Jamison owns a chain of hotels now? " she asked. " No, " I answered, " but I ' m not surprised. Does she run them by herself? " " No, " she has hired Kathryn Moody as manager , and also Reba Jaynes and Ruby Patton to assist her. The other day two bums asked her for jobs as bell boys, and because their names happened to be Charles Ownesby and Bruce Young, she hired them. " " Well, that just goes to show, " says I, " what a cruel world it is, although it is very small. " " I have been told that Penny Barker and Lois Peters are planning to establish a beauty parlor on Mars when space travel becomes fairly common, " she said with a comical grin. " Well, some people have it and others don ' t. Now you take I rene William s and Mae Troutman. Who would ever have thought that they would become top-notch Nuclear experts, capable of putting that rocketship into the sky? " " Were they responsible for that? " she asked in an astonished voice. " Sure they were, and did you know that Dottie Gardin and Hazel Jenkins were planning to start mass production of rockets in their Missile Plant? They say that by 1970, there will be a rocket in every American home. " " Well, I ' ll be! This world is too fast for me, " she said. After sitting there for a few more minutes I invited her over to have dinner at my little bungalow. She gladly consented to come over at eight. I got up, walked out of the bar, thinking about my old school chums who had risen so far above me - even to the planet Mars which is very far abpye ' me. Senior Statistics PEARUNE BARKER Rock Springs High 2; Bethel High 3; 4-H Club 1, 3, 4; Glee Club 1,2,3,4; Commercial Club 3,4; Folk Arts Club 3; Library Club 1,2,3; Office Club 3. EUGENE BARRIER Key Club 2, 3, 4, President 4; President Freshman Class; Secretary Sophomore Class; Secretary Junior Class; Pres- ident Senior Class; Basketball Timekeeper 2, 3, 4; Glee Club 3; Assistant Editor Hi light Staff 4. HAROLD BYRD Key Club 2, 3, 4; 4-H Club 1; Dramatics Club 1; Basket- ball 1,2,3,4; Commercial Club 4; Monogram Club 3, 4. JACK EARLEY Dramatics Club 1; Baseball 1,2,4; Key Club 2,3,4, Re- porter 1; Sophomore Vice President; Treasurer 3; Annual Staff 4; Bus Driver 4; Monogram Club 3, 4; Treasurer 3; Vice President Key Club 3,4. NELLIE J2EAN FOX 4-H Club 1; Glee Club 1,2,3,4, Treasurer Glee Club 3,4; Dramatics Club; FHA Club 1,2,3,4, Treasurer 1, Reporter 2; Beta Club 2,3,4, Treasurer 3, Secretary 4; Future Nurses Club 3; Commercial Club 3,4, Vice President 4; French Club 4; Student Council 3; Marshal 3; Miss High Miss 4; Annual Staff 4. ■ pOTTTF pARD IW 4-H Club 1,2; Glee Club 2,3; Basketball 1,2,3,4; Soft- ball 1,2,3,4; FHA Club 1,2, 3, Secretary 3; Annual Staff 4; Monogram Club 3,4; Chaplain 3,4; FT A Club 4, Secretary 4. HAZEL JEAN JENKINS Glee Club 1,2,3; FTA Club 3,4, President 4; FHA Club 1,2,3; Basketball 1,2, 3,4, Co-Captain 4; Softball 1,2, 3; Beta Club 2, 3, 4; Annual Staff 4; Monogram Club 3, 4, President 4; Dramatics Club 1; Marshal 3. CUNE GARDNER 4-H Club 1,2; Basketball 1,2, 3,4; Key Club 2, 3, 4; Bus Driver 3,4; Baseball 1,2,3 4; Basketball Co-Captain 4; Dramatics Club 1; Secretary Senior Class; Monogram Club 3,4, Treasurer 4. CHARUE GIBBS Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4; Basketball 2, 3, 4; Key Club 2, 3, 4; Beta Club 2,3,4; Class Reporter 1, 2; Basketball Co - Captain 3; 4-H Club 1; Annual Staff 4; Monogram Club 3,4; Highlight 2. RZELLAJiARKLEROD£ Glee Club 1, 2, 3,47 Beta Club 2,3,4, Reporter 3; FHA Club 1,2,3,4, Secretary 4; Dramatics Club 1; Commer- cial Club 4; Class Reporter 4; Annual Staff 4; FTA Club 4. ALICE HOPPES Dramatics Club 1; Beta Club 2,3,4; Glee Club 2,3,4, Secretary 4; Commercial Club 3, 4; Class Reporter 1, 2; Class Treasurer 4; Annual Staff 3, 4; French Club 4; Library Club 2,3,4. FRIEDA JAMISON 4-H Club 1,2,4, Reporter 4; FHA Club 1,2,4; FTA Club 4; Commercial Club 4; Dramatics Club 1; Glee Club 1; Hi light Staff 4. REBA JAYNES FHA Club 1,2, Historian 2; Glee Club 1,2,3,4; Cheer- leader 3; Basketball 1; Class Vice President 3; Queen 3; Dramatics Club 1. .CATH £RINE MOODY 4-H Club 1,2,4; Softball 1,2, 3; FTA Club 4; Glee Club 1,2,4; FHA Club 1,2,4; Commercial Club 4; Dramatics Club 1. CHARLES OWNESBY Key Club 2, 3, 4; Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4; Basketball 1,2,4; 4-H Club 1,2,4: Dramatics Club 1. RUBY PATTON FHA Club 1,2; Glee Club 1; Dramatics Club 1; Commer cial Club 4. LOIS PETERS Glee Club 1,2,3, 4; Dramatics Club 1; 4-H Club 1; FHA Club 1,2,3,4, Vice President 4; Commercial Club 4; Glee Club President 4. MARY BARTON POTTER Rome, Italy 1; Baxton Mass. 3; Science Club 1; Beta Club2, 3, 4; Sophomore Class President; 4-H Club 2; Soccer 3; Art Club 3; Glee Club 4; Photographer 4. BONNIE PRESNELL Glee Club 1,2,3,4, Vice President 4; FHA Club 1,2,3, 4, Vice President 2, Treasurer 3; Office Staff 1,2; Beta Club 2, 3, 4, Reporter 4; Class Reporter 3; Annual Staff 4; Commercial Club 3, 4, President 4; FTA Club 3, 4, Reporter 4, Vice President County FTA Council 4; Harvest Queen 1, 3; Marshal 3; French Club 4; Nurses Club 3; Dramatics Club 1. PAUL PRESNELL Pleasant Gardens 1; Basketball 1, 2, 3; FFA Club 1, TRAVIS PROCTOR Bus Patrol 3; Key Club 4; Baseball 4; Dramatics Club 1; 4-H Club 1. NANCY PYATT Beta Club 2, 3, 4, President 4; Dramatics Club 1; Cheer- leader 1; Basketball 2, 3; FTA Club 3,4, Vice President 4; Glee Club 1,2,3; FHA 1,2; MayQueen3; Annual Staff 4; Highlight Staff 4; Vice President Senior Class; French Club 4; Marshal 3; Office Staff 1,2,3,4. HAROLD REVIS 4-H Club 1; Glee Club 2, 3, 4; Librarian 4; Bus Driver 3,4; Dramatics Club 1; Key Club 4; Commercial Club 4. DONALD ROLANP Glee Club 2, 3,4; Basketball 1,2,3,4; Key Club 2, 3, 4, Reporter 4; Baseball 1, 2, 4; Science Club 2; Dramatics Club 1; Commercial Club 4, Reporter 4; Hi light Staff 4; Annual Staff 4; Monogram Club 3,4, Reporter 4; Class Reporter 3; 4-H Club 2; High School King 3. JEANNIE THOMASON Glee Club 1,2,3; FHA Club 1, 2, 3; Softball 2; Class President 3; Spanish Club 3; FTA Club 4, Treasurer 4; Dramatics Club 1; Highlight Staff 4; Office Staff 1,2. MAE TROUTMAN Glee Club 1,2,3,4; FHA Club 1,2,3,4; Dramatics Club 1; 4-H Club 1,2,3,4, Reporter 4; Commercial Club 4; Office Staff 4. J. M. WALKER 4-H Club 1,2; Dramatics Club 1 ; Beta Club 2, 3, 4; Key Club 4; Science Club 1; Bus Driver 3,4; Annual Staff 4; Highlight Staff 4; Commercial Club 4. IRENE WILLLAMS 4-H Club 1,2,3,4, Reporter 3, Vice President 4; Glee Club 1,2,3,4; Librarian 4; FHA Club 1,2,3,4; FTA Club 4; Cheerleader 3, 4; Dramatics Club 1; Nurses Club 3; Commercial Club 3, 4, Secretary 4. JOHNNIE WESTMORELAND Thomasville, N. C. 1; Basketball 1; Football 1; 4-H Club 1; Glee Club 1; Key Club 1; Nebo School Dramatics Club 1. BRUCE YOUNG Glenwood School 1; 4-H Club 4; Bus Driver 4. pm ' or Class Officers DONALD SMITH CHARLES HENSLEY JACKIE COOPER ZELDA LAWING and MARGIE EARLEY President . Vice President Secretary and Treasurer ------- -Reporters juniors CHARLES FINLEY KENNETH GARDIN MARY RUTH GUNTER CHARLES HENSLEY RICHARD HOLLIFIELD ZELDA LA WING JOANN MANEY BARBARA OWENS RAY PATTON JOHN PRESNELL DONALD SMITH ELWANDA TONEY Not Pictured J. G. BARRIER MAX FENDER HORACE PHILLIPS CALVIN PYATTE DAVID JAYNES Sophomore Class Officers HERMAN BUCHANAN President HELEN WATSON Vice President MARGARET HOLLAND Secretary BOBBIE APPLET Treasurer FRANCES PERKINS and MARY LEWIS Reporter Sophomores Shirley Anderson Jean Arwood Betty Branton Herman Buchanan Johnny Bumgamer James Childers David Conner Bill Curry Joe Duncan Mary Sue Elliott Bobbie Jean Epley Harvey Ferguson Judy Gunter Jessie Henline John Hensley Hov ard Hendren Nancy Hendren Margaret Holland Carol Jaynes Harvey Jaynes Shirley Lawing Brian Lonon Jimmy Loudermilk Delia Maney Lorraine Moody David Newton Frank Newton Alden Ov nesby Sophomores Mae Presnell Frances Price Cline Pyatt Dale Reese Rosa Reese Bobby Revis La Verne Revis Nancy Snead Ruby Smith Douglas Spencer Edward Stevens Richard Styles Ronald Suddreth Bob Terrell Zola Mae Triple tt Billy Ray Truett Barbara Vick Helen Watson Violet Williams Wilma Willis Not P ictured Joe Bishop Bernie Fender Donald Fender Mary Edith Lewis Frances Perkins Gene Vallini Imogene Wilson Gloria Wise Valarie Woodard rcskman Class Officers Jerry Evans, President; Bryant Bishop, Vice President; Edith Toney, Vice President; Donald Dobson, Secretary; Harry Plant, Treasurer. Franklin Adams, Vernice Adkins, Donald Atwood, Charles Baird, Jackie Beam. a ¥.uii ' -. iff ' W Darlene Biggerstaff Bryant Bishop Jimmy Bradley Joanne Bradley Helen Buchanan Carolyn Carswell Tommy Chapman Judy Childers Cindy Conard Barbara Cooper Ruby Crawley Bobby Crouch Charlie M. Cuthberson Donald Dobson Gwenda Edwards Jerry Evans Janette Fender Kay Fender Lois Finley Cecil Gardin Larry Gibbs Louise Hall Kay Hensley Connie Henson Arvin Hicks Robert Hicks Barbara Higgins Michael Holland Frances Hoppes Rachael Hughes Jreshmen Donald Jaynes Donnie Ray Jaynes John Loudermilk Louie Arville Maney Robert McLean Haskel T. Mills Jimmy Ray Mills Dean Nix Amold Jay Patton Harry D. Plant Joyce Plemmons Carol Dixon Poole Randy Carl Proctor Jerry Roland Randy Carl Roland Joseph Sigman Mary Ruth Sisk Richard Stacy Robert Suttles Louise Swafford ■1 .-■■ ■tf ' ' ' EKBMB William Guy Swafford Edith Jeanette Toney Wilma Ruth Toney Homer Ray Watson Carolyn E. Williams Not Pictured Bruce Brown Alvin Christopher James Minish Seventh Qrade First Row Second Row Third Row Fourth Row Janice Adams Margaret Anderson Roy Lee Atwood Gail Bene fie Id Emmett Buchanan Betty Bumette Ann Chapman Gary Cooper Linda Crawley Sandra Dobson Billy Ray Duncan Frank Fender Howard Ferguson Alan Fincher Ronnie Fincher Jerry Gilliand David Ray Greene Jean Gunter John J. Hartley Charles Holland Paul Houck Irene Hud gins Raye Ellen Hud gins Margaret Jaynes Donald Lewis Steve Loudermilk Darrell Lowery Glenn Mace Lois Jean Maney Ada Lee Minish Lester Minish Shelia Moody John Presnell Patsy Presnell Viola Sigmon Edgar Troutman Irene Ward Shirley Welch Geraldine Williams Mack Wilson Gail Wise First Row Second Row Third Row Fourth Row Fifth Row David Atwood Maxine Ellington Jimmy Hamrick Ronnie Newton Troy Turner Patsy Bailey Shirley Elliot James Harvey Leon Nix Mildred Vallini Johnnie Bates Ray Epley Ray Holland Con ley Pool Catherine Vick Diana Bennick Jerry Farr Tommy Hoppes Vera Price Willa Walker Donna Berryhill Angeline Fincher Patsy Jaynes Jonas Revis Nellie Williams Janis Bradley James Finley Ruth Lee Joyce Revis Coyie Wilson Wanda Byrd Doyle Frady Millard Lewis Douglas Rhom Charles Wise Harold Conard Billy Galliard Ruth Anne Lewis Judy Roland I cil Wood Lois Conner George Gentry Ralph Martin Coylene Sisk Roger Woody Mabel Earley Shirley Gibbs Dorothy Moody Junior Truett Richard Young I ! Shirley Anderson, Shirley Bailey, Dorothy Baucom, Herman Buchanan, Johnny Bumgamer, David Conner, Mary Alice Craig, Treasurer; Margie Earley, Vice President; Nellie Dean Fox, Secretary; Charlie Gibbs, Judy Gunter, Arzella Harklerode, Nancy Hendron, Alice Hoppes. Hazel Jean Jenkins, Shirley Lawing, Zelda Lawing, Mary Edith Lewis, Brian Lonon, Joann Maney, Mary Barton Potter, Bonnie Presnell, Re- porter; Nancy Pyatte, President; Donald Smith, Reporter; Nancy Snead, Jeannie Thomason, Elwanda Toney, J. M. Walker. luture Zeachers Club Mrs. Mae Porter, Sponsor; Hazel Jean Jenkins, President; Nancy Pyatte, Vice President; Mary Alice Craig, Secretary; Jeannie Thomason, Treasurer. MoM00ram Club Mr. Richard Laney. Sponsor; Hazel Jean Jenkins, President; Zelda La»int. Vice President; Donald Smith. Secretary, Cline Gardner. Treasurer. future Momemakers Club J Miss Rachael Keisler, Sponsor; Gloria Wise, President; hpU Peters, Vice President; Arzella Harklerode, Secretary; Barbara CooJt. Treasurer. (J lee Club Miss Helen Plant, Sponsor; Lois Peters, President; Bonnie Presnell, Vice President; Alice Hoppes, Secretary; Nellie Dean Fox, Treasurer. Uus Patrol Mr. Jack Triplett, Sponsor key Club Mr. Otto Gross, Sponsor; Eugene Barrier, President; Jack Earley, Vice President; Donald Smith, Secretary; Cline Gardner, Treasurer. Cibrary Staff Miss Rose Stacy, Sponsor Mig Might Staff Miss Rose Stacy, Sponsor; J.M. Walker, Editor-in-Chief; Eugene Barrier, Assistant Editor; Nancy Pyatte, Typist; Frieda Jamison, Typist; Donald Roland, Sports Editor; Dottie Gardin, Sports Editor, Charles Owensby. Jrench Club Miss Rose Stacy, Sponsor Slementary 4-M Club Jerry GilUand, President; Ksy Gilliand, Vice President; Charles Wise, Secretary and Treasurer. Migh School 4-M eiub Charles Hensley, President; Irenejvmiams. Vice President; Betty Branton, Secretary; Ray Patton, Treasurer j CuHchwom Staff Mrs. Crouch, Mrs. Buff, Mrs. Finley, Mrs. Miller. Uus ' Drivers Cline Gardner, Jack Earley, Bruce Young, Harold Revls, J.M. Walker, Herman Buchanan, Max Fender, Richard HoUifield. I Co-Captains ZELDA LAWING and HAZEL JENKINS Shirley Lawing, Louise Hall, Helen Watson, Lois Finley, Carolyn Carswell, Dottie Gardin, Betty Branton, Judy Gunter, Mary Gunter, Zelda Lawing, Barbara Cooper, Hazel Jenkins, Charlie M. Cuthbertson, Manager. Coach RICHARD LANEY ' ' • 7 qJUcJL ( TLa J AjJ ;h Co-Captains . tA y- 7 SMITH and CLIf CLINE GARDNER Jackie Cooper, Donald ol)ind, Jimmy Loudermilk, Calvin Pyatte, Donald tLi .Ai n »- L Smith, Harold Byrd, Charlie Finley, John Hensley, Cline (Gardner, Alden 7 tAj Ownesby, Manager. Li 1 V 1 fll- — Cheerleaders Mrs. Norris and Miss Keisler, Instructors; Dorothy Baucom, Chief; Dora Lee Black, Irene Williams, Barbara Owens, Nancy Snead, Nancy Hendren, Kay Hensley, Shirley Bailey. baseball Players Coaches Mr. Jack Triplet! and Mr. Richard Laney Miss Shirley Bailey chosen to represent Nebo High School in the 1957 Christmas Parade. Marshals Bonnie Presnall, Hazel Jenkins, Alice Hoppes, Chief, Nellie Fox, Charlie Gibbs, Nancy Pyatte. Not pictured: Eugene Barrier. JACK BEAM ' S GROCERY Nebo, North Carolina -w z Cleaners o y ' ' 13 ' WlHe derson PAPER BOX CO. 2 1 Burgin St. Phone 8261 Marion, North Carolina MAT ION F= ex. Phone 94? 1 Marion, North Carolina WESTERN AUTO ASSOCIATE STORE 29 S. Main St. Phone 6331 Marion, North Carolina THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK Members of Federal Deposit Insurance Company Marion, North Carolina ECONOMY AUTO SUPPLY 16 West Court St. Phone 3321 Marion, North Carolina FURNITURE CO. Dial 3415 Marion, North Carolina V. ©15 AD Lev STORE " Dry Goods and Notions " U.S. Highway 70 Phone 5123 Nebo, North Carolina BILTMORE. Phone 2179 Marion, North Carolina MOTOR CO. CLEANERS Phone 9471 Marion, North Carolina Marion, North Carolina IF IT S COODFOOD Compliments YOU WAMT-- HOSIERY MILL BILL ' S GRILL Marion, North Carolina Marion, North Carolina AMERICAN OOMPANY Sevier, North Carolina Congratulations and Best Wishes MAT5 SMALL 1_UM 1 CO. MAT ION Marion, North Carolina ■ - ■ COTTON MILli fc GO. A Marion, North Carolina ' Compliments o£ TZ ' - t ' - GROCERY COMPAN O Marion, North Carolina _ Clinchfieid R. R. Underpass GAS COMPANV Phone 2154 P. O. Box 648 Marion, North Carolina MANUFACTURING COMPANY Wide Cloth Print Marion, North Carolina FUNERAL SERVICE S. J. WESTMORELAND MRS. S. J. WESTMORELAND, Lady Assistant H. T. HAWKINS AND WALTON CLAPP JR. , Embalmers Ambulance Service Marion, North Carolina Curb Service One Mile West, Highway 70 JEWELRY STORE Haviland China Gorham Sterling Imperial Crystal Marion, North Carolina 26 1 2 S. Main St. Marion, North Carolina FEED STORE EVAN ' S DEPARTMENT STORE Main St. Marion, North Carolina Marion, North Carolina JT rV HARDWARE FLORIST Flowers by Wire Flowers for All Occasions 128 S. Main Street Marion, North Carolina Marion, North Carolina WINN-DIXIE STORE Free Parking 212 S. Main St. DRUG STORE Prescription Headquarters Stationery, Cosmetics Marion, North Carolina Phone 2133 Marion, North Carolina Manufacturers Hosiery for Men Marion, North Carolina MOTOR, INC. Phone 2106 Marion, North Carolina COCA-COLA BOTTLING ( Marion, North Carolina ::o. L Compliments FINANCE CO. 315 E. Court St. Phone 2191 Marion, North Carolina BUDDV ' S DRIVE-IN Your Headquarters for Sealtest Milk Phone 23251 Marion, North Carolina FURNITURE COMPANY Manufacturers Bedroom Furniture Marion, North Carolina MOTOR CO. 436 E. Court St. Phone 2157 Marion, North CarojinaN , , , 1 ..,.4;::.., , BOATING LANDING Boats and Bait One Mile From Underpass On Old No. 10 Highway Nebo, North Carolina i waf ZZX and 26 MaVioa, North Carolina CITY MOTOR CO. Marion, North Carolina I- OVEN FURNITURE CO. Complete Line of Home Furnishings 6-8 Main Street Phonf» fi2 1 1 Marion, North Carolina ESSO SERVICE Box 593 - Phone 8341 Marion, North Carolina Compliments of HARDWARE Marion, North Carolina 1250 on Your Dial Lmm Gtv ftMowcoTrne ConraiMTio Music j ' News A " . ' Public Service • Marion, North Carolina Hafeae of Roq fo S ink s 611 1 14 gage Natural Bridge Shoes AUJJ . ,11 fsdt ri J. A ' C ' r , Cannon Towels Manstyle Pajamas Red Riding Hood Shoes ) Marion, North Carolina ' ' y ' M bURKe FARMERS dai ui So OP iHt- C 7 " Congratulations to Graduating Class of 1958 Owned Locally by Farmers in McDowell, Avery, Burke, and Caldwell County Support Local Farmers and Business " Buy Burke - None Better " MARION BUICK COMPANY McCridn North Carolina Y SMITH FURNITURE CO. Marion, North Carolina Compliments of DUKE. CO. Serving the Piedmont Carolinas ' Marion, North Carolina CEMENT PRODUCTS COMPANY, INC Ready Mixed Concrete Building Blocks Phone 6861 Marion, North Carolina a. TV ' -cVFOOD:STORES ;;ANb SUPERETTE ( .y Courteous Service and Quality Merchandise Phones 3973-9481 AUTO SUPPLY Automotive Parts and Supplies W. Court St. Phone 2-2371 Marion, North Carolina VOUNIG SHOE STORE 38 S. Main St. Dial 8371 Marion, North Carolina STEAK HOUSE On Highway U. S. 70 Compliments of -North Main St. A Marion, North Carolina Marian, North Carolina J Ptt ts indi Motor forj ntyj fil ffjNo. O on I$Wo 26 ina Compliments of MACHINE CO, Phone 4481 Marion, North Carolina WHOLESALE CO. Rutherford Road Marion, North Carolina V . r GRILL Bar-B-Q Steaks Chops and Chicken Curb Service One Mile West, Highway 70 Marion, North Carolina INC. Mercury Sales and Service Marion, North Carolina J A COOKIE COMPANY A. W. WILKERSON, Dist. " It ' s the Taste That Tells " P.O. 22345 Hickory, North Carolina Apparel for Women and Children S. Main St, Marion, North Carolina Dodge - Plymouth - Dodge Trucks Sales - Service Phone 4341 5 14 E. Court St. Marion, North Carolina FUNERAL HOME C. R. McCALL, Owner S " :: MRS. C. R. McCALL, CHARLES McCALL Assistants 24 Hour Service - Phone 2120 . 50th Anniversary 1908 - 1958 Marion, North Carolina Congratulations to the Class of ' 58 MARION COM P ANy | f t- - Marion, North Carolina Compliments of MFG. OF PEANUT FOOD PRODUCTS Charlotte, North Carolina Greenville, Texas DRIVE-IN THEATER Marion, North Carolina " A Friend of the School " SHOWCASE FIXTURE CO. Asheville, North Carolina GOUGE PAINT GLASS COMPANY Marion, North Carolina C Hick :ory, North Carolina Gladden Real Estate Marion Barber Shop Mary-Lyn Shop Haynes Jewelry Hagna Field Record Shop Rowe ' s Grocery William ' s Service Station Rose ' s 5 10 Store La Fever ' s Grocery Ward ' s Radio TV Shop Gibb ' s Barber Shop Burgin Plumbing Heating Seagle ' s Feed Store McCall-Burgin Hardware Hotel James Oasis News Smoke Shop Lance Esso Service Betty Jean Beauty Shop Hall ' s Barber Shop Roseland Florist Carolina Tire Co. Pyatte Oil Co. Troy ' s Cafe Terminal Grill Walker ' s Self Service Stelens ' Shop Marion Sandwich Shop Robinson ' s Clothing Store , Drexel, North Carolina Mario NyrtH Ca iij .- t- ' W M Kl c: Burke County Listening Habit Morganton, North Carolina ARMY NAVY STORE Army and Navy Supplies for Burke County and McDowell County Morganton, North Carolina SB$.VICE STATION Mdrgantoja, North Carolijta ) PHARMACY, INC, Prescriptions -r aA_-A- ' „Ma ii r, North CaiTolinil CompliizQsv s of C mpiimg)fr|Ss of j l " Morganto n, Nortfe ' feaxoli HE f$©Ba SCHOOL COMMERCIAL CLUB NC REF 371. 8 NEB 1958 Nebo High Sc 37810435028823 1St 1 9 2012 MCDOWELL COUNTY PUBLIC LIBRARY 90 WEST COURT STREET MARION, NC 28752 ”
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