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Show Hide text for 1968 volume ( OCR) Text from Pages 1 - 112 of the 1968 volume: “ mm ffvitw) ' •rt r. ' V vip ' • ' • ..J : U - v .—,1 ■ mm !41wS v$ fl ®5®iv gflig lllaia , J i ' ' ,V ,| i,‘ •j ' jVV,; ; ' y;.••_, Smfi ilitl BfJISi t mini r ? £ • yOS ' - ' L ■ ' 1 The Pioneer 1968 McDowell county public librae Morion. North Carolina ©he Annual J§ taff of 1968 |fr events tmteer r olm ¥jujh ' cluml r n o ..CO Aelm, Xirth (TarnItmt t-J o (JaMe of (Tnnti ' nt 5 Athletics Artiinties t Hn TT JlcUmrites ©njant atimx A tUier t r 0 inmutt£ iBi ' inratimt Mr. Gross spends many hard hours at the concession stand to raise money for the Junior-Senior Prom. A cigarette and a Coke are typical of Mr. Gross. Because he has worked for us and with us, because he has given generously of his time and wisdom—words cannot express our sincere admiration for this man. We respect this teacher and look to him for advice. He is never too busy to stop and talk with us. He always has a smile or funny remark to make. He voluntarily gives hours of his time to the Junior- Senior Prom. Because he has given so much to us, we, the Senior Class, unanimously dedi¬ cate the 1968 Pioneer to Mr. OttoM. Gross. Smile, Mr. Gross! You’re on candid camera! Ahmintstratimt L-R: Margret Pack, May Miller, Katherine Childers, Lucille Mode, Belle Dicks, Tula Crouch, Jeannette Beam, Florence Maclauren, Eunice Fender. This page sponsored by JAMES R. CONDREY CONTRACTING CO. FACULTY Loafer ' s Glory " ALMA McGIMSEY MAX ROBINSON Home Economics Trade and Industrial Education JACK KIRSTEIN Science MERRILL McENTIRE Art Iftijh j riuuil Lunch with the teachers. See! The noise in the hall isn ' t always the students. IRMA KISTLER English HOMER DAVIS Mathematics jFcintltu S RICHARD LANEY Social Studies Physical Education CHARLOTTE HARTLEY Commercial LEATHA P. KELLEY English - French OTTO M. GROSS Social Studies dlh ' immtitru Jfarultu MRS. M. SIMMONS MRS. G. STEPPE MRS. E. STRONACH MRS. O. SWIFT Grade 1 Grade 2 Grade 2 Grade 2 MRS. A. GRIFFITH Grade 3 MISS L. METCALF Grade 3 MRS. M. BALLEW Grade 4 MRS. F. MODE Grade 3 MRS. L. CRAIG MRS. L. McLAIN MR. J. W. CARPENTER MRS. F. JAYNES Grade 4 Grade 5 Grade 6 Special Education This page sponsored by BURKE DAIRY, INC MRS. S. YOUNG Grade 7 MISS H. PLANT Grade 7 MISS A. GREENE Grade 8 MR. J. CONDREY Grade 8 (JTcadu ' r Ai hes Miss M. Fender MissJ. Brooks Mrs. L. Fender Mrs. J. Finley Mrs. C. Hollifield Mrs. L. McNeil Mrs. P. Toney Glenn Black CUSTODIANS Addie Scott NOT PICTURED Mrs. D. Browning Mrs. N. Walker Mrs. L. Wilson Mrs. C. Powell Mrs. M. Bivins ELEMENTARY LIBRARIAN Miss Ruth Elliott Principal Hlc ctl}0 Congratulations upon the com¬ pletion of another milestone in life. The moments you have spent here will become memories. But the friendships and influence can for¬ ever be embedded in your lives. My best wishes go with you as you enter a new life. G. L. BYRD - Principal Now what could Mr. Byrd be talking about to Larry Miller and Steve Roberts! Mr. Byrd with our school secretary, Mrs. Lloyd Cuth- bertson. A faithful fan of the “Nebo Bears.” CLASSES j§ nuir (flas (Officers Vicki Justice, President; Charles Dicks, Treasurer; Patty Toney, Secretary; Margret Davis, Vice President; Brenda Willis, Reporter. At last -- the year for which we have waited and worked! After many heart¬ aches, many headaches, and even more happy memories, we have reached the exalted status of Seniors. As we all go our separate ways, we each will share a tear of sadness. Yet the memories we have gathered here at Nebo High will linger in our hearts for¬ ever. And now as we come to the end, but in reality, the true beginning of our lives, the memories of our past years will be instilled in our minds for¬ ever. Mrs. Kelley and Mr. Laney jfuturi ' $ (5atehuui " We pause in the doorway, figures of indecision. The light of the future beckons our passage. The memories are ours to retain. To advance from the doorstep will mean not separation but a uniting of the two, And both will step out to the daylight of future striving. One step forward does end this shadow, but perhaps tomorrow will produce another room, another shadow, another beginning, another end. " ANN HARNED ALBERT AMMON ALDRIDGE " Alb " " George Washington is dead; Caesar is dead; all good men are dying; and I don’t feel very well myself. " BILLY RAY ANDERSON " Bill " " Life is very short, and very uncer¬ tain; let us spend it as well as we can. " GLEASON LEE BAKER " Pecker " " It’s not what you do; it’s what you ' re caught doing. " RAY ERVIN BARLOWE " Reb " " There is a time and a place for everything. " ROBERT CHARLES BOONE " Booney " " The glory of young men is their strength; and the glory of old men is their gray hair. " DORIS MARIE BRADLEY " Red " " No woman ever became extremely wicked all at once. " REVA JEWEL BUCHANAN " Reva " " Whatsoever things are true honest, just, pure, lovely, and of good heart; if there be any virtue or praise, think on these things. " SONDRA SUE CASTLE " Sandy " " Angels can ' t fly; I ' ve tried it! " REBECCA JANE CHAPMAN " Janie " " If you know where you are going, the world will step aside and let you by. " CHARLES LANE COX " Charles " " Why hurry, you ' ll be late anyway. " JULIUS KINCAID CRAWLEY " J.K. " " Self-trust is the essence of hero¬ ism. " MARGRET ANN DAVIS " Marg " " What starts out to be a little white lie, often becomes a double feature in technicolor. " CHARLES WAYNE DICKS " Charlie " " Every man is the builder of a temple, called his body. " WILLIAM DAVID ECKARD " Dave " " Sometimes life is not what it ' s cracked up to be. " RICHARD LEE ELLINGTON " Richie " " Cooperation is a good thing; if freckles could get together, they ' d make a nice tan. " WILLIAM LEE FINCHER " Butch " " This peck of trouble. " JOAN ANN FRISBEE " Squeeky " " Think all you speak, not all you think. " CONSTANCE LEE GRADY " John, Jay” " Brown eyes have been the downfall of more than one man. " KATHY IRENE GRANT " Cat " " Absence makes the heart grow fonder. " PATRICIA MANTEO HEAFNER " Pat " " Be not forgetful to entertain strangers, for thereby some have en¬ tertained angels unaware. " HAROLD DEAN HESTER " Dean ’O " " When times get hard, just sing a song. " MORRIS RAY HOPPES " Ray " " Quiet waters run quite deep. " VICKI EVANGELINE JUSTICE " Sm ily " " And in the sweetness of friend¬ ship, let there be laughter and sharing of pleasure. " JOHN WAYNE LANCASTER " Johnny " " No one knows what he can do till he tries. " ARCHIE DEE McGEE " Archie " " God made all pleasures innocent. " DOUGLAS McGEE ' " Doug " " Never promise more than you can perform. " REBECCA ' LEE McKINNEY " Becky " " I am what I am; that’s all I ever can be. " LINDA KAY MILLER " Kay " " I have drunken deep of joy, and I will taste no other wine tonight. " JOHN FRANKLIN MINISH " Johnny " " There is always someone worse off than yourself. " VIVIAN LEE NORWOOD " Viv " " A good heart is worth more than gold. " ANGELA FRANCINE PENDLEY " Angie " " Smile and the world smiles with you. " LINDA GAIL REVIS " Linda " " I don’t pity anyone who knows more than me, but I pity those who know less. " TERRIE JO REVIS " Terrie " " Silence I know not of; but speak of merriment and I am a genius. " GEORGE BENJAMIN SCOTT, JR. " George " " I can resist everything but tempta¬ tion; temptation I can ' t resist. " DORIS ELAINE SMITH " Chuck " " From a little spark may burst a mighty flame. " PEARL ANITA STACY " Nita " " Do not pass a temptation lightly by; it may never come again. " PATRICIA DIANE TONEY " Pat " " Everyone is as God made him, and often a great deal worse. " BRENDA LOUISE WILLIS " Randy " " It ' s nice to be important, but it ' s more important to be nice. " JIMMIE KATHRYN WILLIS " Bummy " " Have a good time while you are alive; death is a permanent thing. " REX ALAN WOOD " Rex " " Women may come and women may go, but not if I can help it. " ontnr Bimtimi ALBERT AMMON ALDRIDGE Baseball 1; Vica 2; Key Club 3, 4; Sec. 4. BILLY RAY ANDERSON Vica 3, 4; Bus Patrol 1; Student Council 4; Most Courteous; Quietest. GLEASON LEE BAKER Vica 2, 3, 4; Treas. ; Most Popular; Class Treas. 2 . RAY ERVIN BARLOWE Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4; Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; Co- Captain 3, 4; All-Conference 3; Most Valuable Player 3; Monogram Club 2, 3, 4; Pres. 3; Key Club 3, 4; Pres. 4; Student Council 1,2,3, 4; Treas. 3; Pres. 4; Science Club 1,2,3; Com¬ mercial Club 3; Library Club 3; Beta Club 2, 3,4; V. Pres. 3; Treas. 4; Class Pres. 2; Bus Driver 3, 4; Class Pres. 3; Sec., Treas. 1; Most Athletic; Most Intelligent. ROBERT CHARLES BOONE Vica 3, 4. DORIS MARIE BRADLEY F. H. A. 1, 2, 3, 4; Recreational Leader; Glee Club 2, 3, 4; Library Club 3; Newspaper Staff; Most Unpredictable. REV A JEWEL BUCHANAN F. H. A. 2, 4; Annual Staff 4; Library Club 2; Quietest. SONDRA SUE CASTLE Class Treas. 3; Glee Club 3, 4; Annual Staff; Librarian 4; Monogram 2, 3, 4; F. H. A. 1,2,3, 4; Sec. 4; Recreational Leader 3; Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; Co-Captain 4; All-Conference 3; News¬ paper Staff 4; Most Talented. REBECCA JANE CHAPMAN F. H. A. 1, 2; Class Officer 1; Library Club 3; Bus Patrol 4; Newspaper Staff 4; Annual Staff 4; Most Valuable to School. CHARLES LANE COX Bus Patrol 1,2; Bus Driver 3; Student Council 4; Class Officer 4. JULIUS KINCAID CRAWLEY Vica 3, 4. MARGRET ANN DAVIS Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; Co-Captain 3, 4; All-Con¬ ference 2, 3; Most Valuable Player 2, 3; Mono¬ gram Club 2, 3, 4; Pres. 4; Class V. Pres. 4; F. H. A. 1, 2; Student Council 4; Library Club 4; Bus Patrol 3,4; Newspaper Staff 4; Athletic Award 2; Most Athletic. CHARLES WAYNE DICKS Bus Driver 3, 4; Beta Club 2, 3, 4; Key Club 4; Most Dependable; Class Treas. 4. WILLIAM DAIVD ECKARD Photography Club 2; Science Club 3. RICHARD LEE ELLINGTON Basketball 1,2, 3, 4; Co-Captain 4; Manager 1; Baseb ' all 1, 3, 4; Mr. Senior; Vica Club 2, 3, 4; V. Pres. 4; Monogram Club 3, 4; Friendliest. WILLIAM LEE FINCHER Student Council 1; Vica 2,4; Most Unpredic¬ table. JOAN ANN FRISBEE Commercial Club 3; F.H.A. 4. CONSTANCE LEE GRADY Glee Club 2, 3, 4; Library Club 1, 2, 3. KATHY IRENE GRANT F.H.A. 1; Glee Club 2; Photography Club 1. PATRICIA MANTEO HEAFNER East Rutherford: F.H.A. 1,2; Sec. 2; Dramatics Club 1; Track 2; Basketball 1, 2; Sportsmanship Trophy 2; Softball 2; Sponsor of Homecoming Court 2. Nebo: Monogram Club 3, 4; Beta Club 3,4; All-Conference 3; Paper Staff 4; An¬ nual Staff 4; Editor; Most Intelligent; Jr. Mar¬ shall; Basketball 3, 4. HAROLD DEAN HESTER Photography Club 1; Baseball 2,3; Basketball 2, 3; Manager 3, 4; V. Pres. Key Club, VICA 4; Monogram Club 4. MORRIS RAY HOPPES Glee Club 3, 4; Beta Club 2, 3, 4; Pres. 4; Stu¬ dent Council 4; Bus Driver 3, 4; F. T. A. 3, 4; Most Valuable to School; Most Likely to Suc¬ ceed. •S ' emnr Bimturu s VICKI EVANGELINE JUSTICE Miss Freshman; V. Pres. 1;F.H. A. 1,2,3; Sec. 2; Glee Club 2, 3, 4; Student Council 2, 4; V. Pres. 4; Pres. Photography Club 2; Library Club 3, 4; Treas. 3; Reporter 4; Paper Staff 4; Editor 4; Pres. Class 4; School News Staff 4; Bus Patrol 3; Friendliest. JOHN WAYNE LANCASTER Vica 2, 3; Monogram 3, 4; Baseball 1,2, 3, 4; Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; Best All Around. ARCHIE DEE McGEE Vica 4. DOUGLAS McGEE Mr. Junior; Best Looking; Vica 2, 3, 4. REBECCA LEE McKINNEY F. H. A. 1, 2, 3, 4; Historian; Glee Club 2, 3, 4; Paper Staff 4; Basketball 1. LINDA KAY MILLER Class Pres. 1; Sec. 3; Student Council 1, 3, 4; Sec. 3; Annual Staff 4; Basketball 1,2,3, 4; Captain 2; F. H. A. 1, 2, 3, 4; Pres. 4; Mono¬ gram Club 2, 3, 4; Sec. 3; Glee Club 2, 3, 4; Best All Around. JOHN FRANKLIN MINISH Vica 3, 4. VIVIAN LEE NORWOOD Northern Potter: F.H.A. 1,2; Chorus 1,2; Operetta 1; Nebo: F.H.A. 4; Monogram 4; Newspaper Staff 4; Glee Club 3, 4; Scorekeeper 4; Jr. Marshall. ANGELA FRANCINE PENDLEY Glee Club 3, 4. LINDA GAIL REVIS Glee Club 2, 3, 4; Commercial Club 3. TERRIE JO REVIS F. H. A. 1; Commercial Club 3; Glee Club 2, 3; Paper Staff 4. GEORGE BENJAMIN SCOTT, JR. Vica 3, 4; Key Club 3; Baseball 3; Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Basketball 3. DORIS ELAINE SMITH F. H. A. 1; Glee Club 2; Commercial Club 3; Paper Staff 4. PEARL ANITA STACY F. H. A. 1, 2, 3, 4; Glee Club 2, 3, 4; Library Club 3, 4; Pres. 4; Student Council 4; Bus Patrol 4; Paper Staff 4; Most Courteous. PATRICIA DIANE TONEY F.H.A. 1, 2, 3, 4; Reporter 1; V. Pres. 4; Glee Club 2, 4; Class Officer, Sec. 4; Annual Staff 4; Paper Staff 4; Miss Senior; Miss D. A. R. ; Most Likely to Succeed. BRENDA LOUISE WILLIS Miss Nebo 2; Miss Sophomore; Vica Club Sweet¬ heart 3; Sec. 2; Cla ss Reporter 4; Library Club 3, 4; V. Pres. 3; Sec. 4; F. H. A. 1, 2, 3; Glee Club 2, 3,4; Student Council 4; Photography Club 2; Paper Staff; Editor 4; Bus Patrol 4; School News Staff; Most Dependable; Best Looking. JIMMIE KATHRYN WILLIS Student Council 1, 3, 4; F. H. A. 1; Reporter 2, 3; Library Club 1, 2; Sec. 1,2,3; Reporter 3; Glee Club; Sec. 2; Treas. 3,4; Pres. 4; Monogram 2, 3; V. Pres. 4; Paper Staff 4; Class Reporter 3; Miss Junior; Most Popular; Vica Club Sweetheart 4; Basketball 2, 3, 4; School News Staff 4. REX ALAN WOOD Bus Driver 4; Vica 4; Reporter 4; Glee Club 4; Monogram Club 4; Most Talented. j uperlatiliss BEST ALL ROUND MOST INTELLIGENT Kay Miller and John Lancaster Pat Heafner and Ray Barlowe Kathy Willis and Gleason Baker MOST ATHLETIC Margret Davis and Ray Barlowe MOST COURTEOUS Bill Anderson and Anita Stacy j ’uperlatibe MOST LIKELY TO SUCCEED Ray Hoppes and Pat Toney MOST TALENTED MOST DEPENDABLE Sandy Castle and Rex Wood Brenda Willis and Charles Dicks Guntur (fftes ©fftn ' rs President: Tony Taylor Vice President: Fred Stevens Secretary: Sherry Sisk Treasurer: Dennis Shepherd Reporters: Edna Blevins Nickie Wood Tony Taylor, Edna Blevins, Nickie Wood, Sherry Sisk, Fred Stevens, Dennis Shepherd. Another year and another Junior class! Upper-classmen at last! Some¬ times called jolly or jovial or energetic and vivacious, they are back eagerly awaiting the coming year. Experiment¬ ing with new concepts and working toward the Junior-Senior, these Juniors patiently await -an exciting goal- The role of being a Senior. Mrs. Hartley and Mr. Gross (ikss nf 15:1119 Nita Atkins Edna Blevins Marty Branton Joanne Brittain Helen Buff Gary Capps Wilma Cody Harold Creech Charlene Edwards Doyle Edwards Paul Fincher W ayne Foster Loretta Gardin Jeanne Gardner Polly Hall Juanita ' Hamrick Stanley Haynes Steve Hendrix Ann Hensley Marie Holland Rebecca Hunsinger (Lk s nf 19B9 Gail James Jerry Jaynes Kaye Justice Kenneth Laws Gary Loudermilk Susan Loudermilk Gary Mace Bruce Mason Iris McCormick Larry Miller Elizabeth Minish Lois Newton Dean Owenby W illiam Patton Jack Patton Steve Pendergrass Victor Pendley Joyce Powell Dean Pyatt Jean Pyatt Allen Queen Lla« tff 1969 David Revis Edna Rhymer Steve Roberts Cecil Robinson Judy Rowe Dennis Shepherd Gary Sisk Sherry S isk Revonda Spratt Fred Stevens Barry Stoncipher Linda Styles Janice W elch Lloyd Welch Nickie Wood Bobby Buckner S uphill mi re (flags (Officers President: Jean Gardin V ice President: Ricky Condrey Secretary: Betty Davis Treasurer: Libby McKinney Reporters: J. D. Dulaney Ricky Jackson J. D. Dulaney, Libby McKinney, Ricky Jackson, Jean Gardin, Ricky Condrey, Betty Davis. Certainly not wise . . . but yet, not really foolish. Yes, they finally made it. They survived their Freshman year, only to be confronted with many of the same problems of being a Sophomore. As Sophomores, they begin to feel a real part of Nebo. No longer do they shy away from upper-classmen or club activi¬ ties. When they were Freshmen, they could hardly await the time they would be Sopho¬ mores. Now as the year ends, they antici¬ pate the time when they will carry the title of Juniors. Mrs. Kiestler and Mr. Davis (LUt s s of 197ll Linda Aldridge Judith Bailey Eddie Barrier Ginger Branton Sandy Bumgarner Debbie Burleson Debbie Castle Roger Chapman Alice Carter Danny Carroll Lloyd Cline Ricky Condrey Betty Davis Mike Dicks J. D. Dulaney Delores Fender Terrell Finley Diane Gaddy Jean Gardin Judy Gardin Jane Gibbs Amy Gross Lee Hemphill Tony Higgins John Holland Donnie Hollifield Inez Hollifield W ayne Hoppes Ricky Jackson Roger James Carolyn Duncan Edward Eckard Ted Eddings (Oaee of 1970 Donnie Lane Ronnie Ledford Sharon Lowery Jimmy Mace Tony McCall Loretta McGee Libby McKinney Chuck McNeil Elaine McPeters Wayne Miller Carolyn Moody Nelson Norwood Darlene Owenby Joel Perkins Doyle Poteat wmm W iley Revis Kathy Roberts Charles Rutherford Donnie Salyer Kenneth Schuzle Alice Sigmon Dallas Sigmon Gail Sisk Trina Snyder Henry Spencer Mike Thomas Diane W ill is Guy W ill is Belinda W ilkerson Mike Wood Jfreshman ©lass (Officers Dale Hardin, Vice President; David Hicks, Secretary; Ricky Shepard, Treasurer; Patti Sisk, President; Warren Mills, Reporter. All new and all different! This is what the Freshman face their first year in High School. A group of shy, yet eager stu¬ dents, each has a keen desire to be a part of Nebo High School. Little do they realize that tins is the beginning of the special hours which later fade to memories. Mrs. McGimsey and Mr. Kirstein (iUtss nf 1971 Patsy Abernathy Linda Anderson Barry Bailey Kay Baker Jimmy Baucom Steve Beam Nedra Bradley Christine Browning Charles Buchanan Kaye Buff Margie Branch Ginger Callahan Danny Castle Lynn Cordell Shirley Cox Mike Crain Becky Crawley Roger Duncan Thelma Eckard Pam Ezell Mike Fender Wanda Fisher Patsy Foster Ronnie Frady Richard Gardin Bill Gilliand Nancy Grant Loretta Hall Mark Hall Dale Hardin Billy Hardy Riley Harklerode Rhonda Harwood Teresa Hensley David Hicks (Ilk nf 1971 Kay Holland Nancy Holland Bobby Hollifield Terry Issacs Steve Jackson Tommy Lancaster Veda Lingerfelt David Lowery Linda Mace Lester McCormick Lorraine McKinney Warren Mills Jerry Morgan Libby Newton Sharon Pack Randy Patterson Lester Patton Roger Patton Curtis Pendley Dennis Perkins Gloria Peters Jerry Randolph Jackie Ray Kristy Reynolds Bobby Scott Ricky Shepard Mary Shipman Patti Sisk Denise Smith Jimmy Smith Debra Stevens Diane Taylor Dennis Thomas Jimmy Thomas Bonnie Troutman Joe Vallini Charles Wailing Mike Watson JUNIOR HIGH Blr. 4 antes (fmthmi, 8th ©ratio Denise Beam Phyllis Browning Amy Buchanan Jerry Carswell Sherry Dobson Susan Dobson Steve Duncan James Edwards Gail Frady Rena Hoppes Camillia Huskins Joyce Jaynes Don Loudermilk Diana McMahan Nancy McGee Debbie Mode Mike Patton Janice Patterson Melissa Pendergrass Deborah Pittman Shirley Rhom Charles Richey Helen Roberts Roger Sigmon Ricky Smith Elaine Stamey Donald Tate Mary Tate Gail Thomas Jackie Thomas Kay Thomas Martha Thomas Earl Wilkerson Roger Wright Bliss Ann (6mute, 8th ©ratio Becky Bradley Thomas Carson Donna Carver Dale Craine Mary Ellen Davis Dennis Finley Elaine Hendrix Brenda Gallion Mike Gunter Martha Johnson Teresa Lowery Johnny MacLaren Bernadette Melton Kaye Mills Sammy MLnish Brenda Moore Bob Norwood Gail Parker Jimmy Parker Donald Patton Ricky Presnell Donna Queen Delores Revis Beverly Roland Cara Scott Nancy Simmons Junior Spencer Eddie Stamey Becky Styles Robert T aylor Carolyn Toney Melissa Walker Dianne Wilkerson Jimmy W illLs Randal W illis Blrs. anth IJmnig, 7th grabe Tommie Branton Ronnie Conley Laura Cook Sonja Davidson Mike Dobson Bennie Duncan Brenda Ellis Douglas Finley Terry Gallion Archie Harmon David Hogan Ricky Hollifield Kathy Honeycutt Mike Hubbard Jiselda Lingerfelt Charlene Lowery Randy Mace Cecil Mosteller Rhonda Pack Lisa Pendley Iris Queen Ronald Ray Jane Rhymer W ayne Sowers Susan Patton Johnny Peters Elizabeth Price Ester Rev is Lester Revis Carolyn Rutherford Cathy Sisk Lanada Sisk Randy Taylor Rodger W ill is Sherry W ilson Suzanna Workman Betty Jo Schmidt Donna Shepard Charles Sigmon Benny Stamey Tina Taylor Shelia Thomas Seroina Webb Linda Williams Debra W ill is Joyce Willis Bits If oIon plant. 7th ijraho Jean Branton Jimmy Bumgarner Tommy Clawson David Clontz Ann Crouch Paul Dulaney Donald Edwards Douglas Frady Eugene Frady Bryan Gardin Randy Gilbert Judy Hall Michael Hall Faye Hensley Sharon Issacs Jerold Jones Harold Johnson Belinda Minish Archie Minish Ricky Patton ■ FAVORITES Bit pimm ' r KAY MILLER ' tm 0 let lUmner-Up SANDY CASTLE SUmners-Hp H]t£«s |Jhnuu ' r 2nti Ilunm’r-Mp KATHY WILLIS Iflr. anti ffliss Hdm RICHARD ELLINGTON and PAT HEAFNER Blr. anti Bliss Xdui llunners- 111} ' r, r O _ O ' 0) a CASTLE ' 2nh Sumtere-Hp 1st Hunners-Ulp MARTY BRANTON and SANDY DOUG McGEE and MARGRET DAVIS 1J.0T.A. •S ' Uu ' othi ' cirt KATHY WILLIS GINGER BRANTON HIr. anil Bliss mun RICHARD ELLINGTON and PATTY TONEY Mr. anti Mis Jiuninr BRUCE MASON and SHERRY SISK MIKE WOOD and BETTY DAVIS Blr. ain ' t Bliss Jfn ' shman WARREN MILLS and PATTI SISK Itliss JI.A.tl. PAT TONEY ATHLETICS Margret Davis and Sandy Castle Left to Right: Veda Lingerfelt, Lorraine McKinney, Nedra Bradley, Pam Ezell, Ginger Branton, Diane Taylor, Pat Heafner, Kay Miller, Betty Davis, Margret Davis, Patsy Abernathy, Debbie Castle, Sandy Castle, Kathy Willis, Nancy Suttles, Linda Aldridge, Teresa Hensley, Debra Stevens. Pat Heafner ROVER Margret Davis FORWARD Kay Miller GUARD S3 oar Debbie Castle GUARD CO-CAPTAINS Richard Ellington GUARD Marty Branton FORWARD Richard Ellington and Ray Barlowe i 1 Left to Right: William Patton, John Lancaster, Wiley Revis, Stanley Haynes, Ray Barlowe, Bruce Mason, Charles McNeil, Dean Owenby, Marty Branton, Richard Ellington, Lee Hemphill. William Patton FORWARD - GUARD Bruce Mason CENTER John Lancaster FORWARD Ray Barlowe FORWARD - CENTER All Alone Am I Togetherness I Want to Hold Your Hand Please, Don ' t Just Stand There Keep the Ball Rolling Mt pH gl j i ! " Shake A Tail Feather” COACHES - Mr. Richard Laney and Mr. Donald Collins WK J.V. S COREKEEPER: Nelson Norwood; VARSITY MANAGERS: Joyce Powell and Dean Hester. I ANNOUNCER: Dennis Shepard; VARSITY SCOREKEEPER: Vivian Norwood. (OuH ' rU ' cthers Kay Justice CHIEF Emily Turner Doris Bradley Libby McKinney MASCOT Becky " Bear " McKinney Judy Gardin Sue Webb Guntur Harsttj? Basketball (leant L-R: Danny Castle, Bobby Hollifield, Warren Mills, Freddie Powell, Lester Patton, Charles Buchanan, Eddie Barrier, Dennis Thomas, Jimmy Thomas, Dale Hardin, Ricky Condrey, Terrell Finley, Joe Val- lini; Jimmy Baucom, Manager. Baseball 1967 1st ROW: Dean Hester, Manager, Nelson Norwood, Scorekeeper. 2nd ROW: Roger James, Terry Miller, Mike Byrd, Bill Vallini, George Scott, Bobby Scott. Srd ROW: Lee Hemphill, Ronald Tate, Earle Mace, James Carson, Guy Willis, Ray Barlowe. 4th ROW: Coach Laney, Richard Ellington, William Patton, Marty Branton, Nathanial Tate, Coach Hall. ORGANIZATIONS dhi ' pinnm Staff TYPIST- CIRCULATION MANAGER - - SPORTS EDITOR- COPY EDITOR- ART EDITOR- TYPISTS- ■ - Jane Chapman - Vivian Norwood -Richard Ellington - - Reva Buchanan - - - Sandy Castle - - - - Kay Miller Patty Toney EDITOR-IN-CHIEF-Pat Heafner JUNIOR EDITOR..- - Joyce Powell SPONSOR-Mrs. Leatha Kelley JUNIOR BUSINESS MANAGER-Emily Turner BUSINESS MANAGER-Ray Barlowe L-R: Jane Chapman, Vivian Norwood, Sandy Castle, Reva Buchanan, Patty Toney, Ray Barlowe, Emily Turner, Joyce Powell, Kay Miller, Pat Heafner, Richard Ellington. $tuiU ' nt (fmtnrtl The Student Council serves as a median between faculty and students to promote good citizenship in the school. This year the Council, under the guid¬ ance of Mr. Jack Kirstein and the leader¬ ship of Ray Barlowe has undertaken several projects - cushion sales with the Beta Club, selling popcorn at ball games, and selling tickets at home ball games. OFFICERS: Vicki Justice, Vice Presi¬ dent; Donnie Lane, Treasurer; Mr. Kirstein, Sponsor; Ray Barlowe, Presi¬ dent; Pat Heafner, Secretary. 1st ROW: Patti Sisk, Linda Anderson, Ray Hoppes, Ann Hensley, Kay Baker, Pat Heafner, Mr. Kirstein, Sponsor. 2nd ROW: Vicki Justice, Jackie Ray, Delores Fender, Billy Ander¬ son, Sherry Sisk, Kathy Willis, Brenda Willis. 3rd ROW: Tony Taylor, NickieWood, Anita Stacy, Ray Barlowe, Margret Davis, Charles Cox, Kay Miller. Hota (flub OFFICERS: Ray Hoppes, President; Mrs. Kelley, Sponsor; Ray Barlowe, Treasurer; Joyce Powell, Secretary; Pat Heafner, Vice President. 1st ROW: Joyce Powell, Debbie Castle, Jean Gardin, Pat Heafner. 2nd ROW; Diane Gad¬ dy, Ray Hoppes, Betty Davis, Donnie Lane, Linda Aldridge. 3rd ROW: William Patton, Ray Barlowe, Charles Dicks, Gary Mace. This page sponsored by AMERICAN THREAD COMPANY Iwv (Dull " God grant me a path of wisdom and courage in my attempts to know my fellowman. " William Patton, Secretary; Ray Barlowe, President; Mr. Gross, Sponsor; Dean Hester, Vice President; Albert Aldridge, Treasurer. 1st ROW: Albert Aldridge, NickieWood, David Revis, Mr. Gross, Sponsor. 2nd ROW: Dean Hester, Lloyd Welch, Terrell Finley, Cecil Robinson. 3rd ROW: W illiam Patton, Dennis Shepard, Ray Barlowe, Charles Dicks, Rex Wood. ISibrary (illub s 1st ROW: Miss Holland, sponsor, J. Hamrick, H, Buff, K, Willis, A. Stacy, B, Willis, V. Justice. 2nd ROW: J. Welch, E. Rhymer, L. Newton, L. Styles, E. McPeters, D. Castle, N. Suttles, S. Bumgarner. 3rd ROW: P. Hall, L. McGee, D. Owenby, M. Davis, M. Watson, S. Loudermilk. President: Anita Stacy Vice President: Juanita Hamrick Secretary: Brenda Willis Treasurer: Helen Buff Reporters: Vicki Justice Kathy Willis MmtxJgram (illub President: •Margret Davis Vice President: Kathy Willis Secretary: Joyce Powell 1st ROW: S. Webb, E. Turner, D. Bradley, L. McKinney. 2nd ROW: L. Ald¬ ridge, D. Castle, P. Heafner, B. Davis, K. Willis, G. Branton, J. Powell, V. Norwood. 3rd ROW: N. Norwood, D. Hester, N. Suttles, M. Davis, S. Castle, K. Miller, D. Owenby, M. Wood. 4th ROW; R. Barlowe, R. Ellington, J. Lan¬ caster, B. Mason, D. Shepherd, L. Hemphill, M. Branton, W. Patton. (Illee (Thtb President: Kathy Willis; Vice President: Loretta Gardin; Secretary: Emily Turner; His¬ torians: Dennis Shepard, Sandy Castle; Reporter: Rebecca Hunsinger. jfuturt ' (learlu ' rs nf Amcrira President: Sherry S isk Vice President: Sandy Bumgarner Secretary: Debbie Castle Treasurer: Gary Mace Reporter: Linda Aldridge 1st ROW: Mr. Collins, Spoil. ; Linda Aldridge, Susan Loudermilk, Libby McKin¬ ney, Jeannie Gardner, Janice Welch. 2nd ROW: Sandy Bumgarner, Debbie Castle, Betty Davis, Polly Hall, Diane Gaddy. 3rd ROW: Nickie Wood, Nelson Norwood, Gary Mace, Donnie Lane. Menhir (Officers 3 uittnr (Officers Rep. , Joyce Powell; Treas. , Amy Gross; Rec. L. , Delores Fender; Sec., Sandy Castle; Pres. , Kay Miller; V. Pres., Patty Toney; Hist., Becky McKinney; Rec. L. , Doris Bradley; Spon., Mrs. McGimsey. V. Pres., Nedra Bradley; Treas. , Linda Mace; Rec. L. , Margie Branch; Spon ., Mrs. Mc¬ Gimsey; Pres. , Kay Baker; Sec. , Pam Ezell; Rep., Veda Lingerfelt; Rec. L. , Debra Stevens. Jfuturo tpunemafeere nf America J. Chapman, A. Stacy, J. Frisbee, R. Buchanan, V. Norwood, L. Aldridge, J. Gardner, G. Bran- ton, K. Roberts, S. Pack, N. Grant, P. Sisk, L. Anderson, K. Holland, J. Gibbs, J. Rowe, E. McPeters, L. McGee, D. Owenby. W. Fisher, N. Suttles, B. Davis, S. Bumgarner, D. Castle, I . Reynolds, L. Hall, N. Holland, L. Cordell, B. Crawley, C. Duncan, J. Bailey, S. Lowery, J. Gardin, D. Burleson, D. Gaddy, R. Harwood, G. Callahan, G. Peters, S. Cox, D. Taylor, L. McKinney, T. Hensley, B. Troutman, T. Eckard, P. Foster. Mb Himttimuil 3lnim«trml (Hub nf America " Preparing for leadership in the World of Work. " OFFICERS: Stanley Haynes, Secretary; Doug Mc¬ Gee, Reporter; Billy Anderson, President; Mr. Rob¬ inson, Sponsor; Richard Ellington, Vice President; Gleason Baker, Treasurer; Rex Wood, Reporter. 1st ROW: Lloyd Cline, Cecil Robinson, Doyle Edwards, Tony Taylor, Steve Roberts, Charles Wall¬ ing, Roger Patton, Archie McGee, Charles Cox, Gary Capps. 2nd ROW; Barry Stonecipher, John Minish, Charles Boone, Joe Vallini, Wayne Miller, William Fincher, David Lowery, Bobby Buck¬ ner. 3rd ROW; Nelson Norwood, Marty Branton, Mike Dicks, Danny Carrol, Dean Owenby, Alvin Rhymer, Dean Hester. 4th ROW : Gary Sisk, Warren Mills. Sponsor: Mrs. Charlotte Hartley, Co-Editors: Vicki Justice, Brenda Willis. (The lu’cir dfarts -Staff CO-EDITORS - - - - - Brenda Willis, Vicki Justice SPORTS EDITOR..Kathy Willis CLUB EDITOR - -- -- -- -- -- Jane Chapman ELEMENTARY REPORTER-Margret Davis HIGH SCHOOL REPORTER -.Patty Toney CARTOONISTS - -- -- -- -- -- Sandy Castle Becky McKinney CIRCULATION MANAGER-Anita Stacy TREASURER - -- -- -- -- -- -- -Terrie Revis SPONSOR - -- -- -- -- Mrs. Charlotte Hartley L-R: Pat Heafner, Doris Bradley, Kathy Willis, Vivian Norwood, Vicki Justice, Anita Stacy, Sandy Castle, Margret Davis, Becky McKinney, Jane Chapman, Brenda Willis, Pat Toney, Terrie Revis, Linda Revis, Doris Smith. This page sponsored by AIR PRE-HEATER COMPANY ACTIVITIES PAT TONEY Miss D. A.R. Miss Senior RICHARD ELLINGTON Basketball Co-Captain Mr. Senior SANDY CASTLE Basketball Co-Captain RAY HOPPES Junior Marshal Beta Club President Senior It till of Ijonur BRENDA WILLIS Co-Editor " Bear Facts " PAT HEAFNER Editor " Pioneer " Junior Marshal RAY BARLOWE Basketball Co-Captain Student Body President Governor ' s School VIVIAN NORWOOD Junior Marshal CHARLES DICKS Junior Marshal MARGRET DAVIS Basketball Co-Captain VICKI JUSTICE Senior Class President Co-Editor " Bear Facts " From left to right: William Patton, Steve Roberts, Charles Dicks, Dean Owenby, Mike Dicks, Ray Barlowe, Steve Hendrix, Paul Fincher, Marty Branton, Rex Wood. Hu Briitor From left to right: Danny Carroll, Brenda Willis, Mike Fender, Jackie Ray, Susan Loudermilk, Edna Rhymer, Helen Buff, Jane Chapman, Margret Davis, Anita Stacy. Sfhrmtgh the fijalk High cushion salesman, Donnie Lane. COSMETOLOGY STUDENTS: SEATED: Sue Webb, Kaye Jus¬ tice, Loretta Gardin, Rebecca Hunsinger, Elizabeth Minish. STANDING: Nita Atkins, Gail James, Judy Rowe, Joanne Brittain, Sherry Sisk, Revonda Spratt. School Begins - August 22, 1967 Jane really gets " wrapped up " in her work as she helps Richard and Vivian identify annual pictures. Tenth grade students display a biological gift. nf X ' tm f. Sea t PEP RALLY IN " BEAR COUNTRY " " Winter Wonderland " was the theme for the Home Economics Fashion Show. Never say Nebo doesn’t keep up with the latest fashion. We even have " topless " cheerleaders. Ming the Menumes A favorite at all our parties, Mrs. McGimsey ' s re¬ freshment table. Students play volleyball in the gym at lunch. Inside and Outside The house that our Masonry boys built. So this is Chemistry! wm nf Another j§ u:cce$ ful Qi ' eu. Homeward Bound Study, study, study! Alma Mater Hail to thee our alma mater, Nebo High our school, Praise we sing thy sons and daughters, Hearts you’ll always rule. N is for the new friends found here; E for efforts glow; B is for the bonds that bind us; O for onward go. Chorus: Raise the chorus, sound the echo, Loud our praises sing, Hail to thee our alma mater, Hail Nebo our Queen. SCHOOL NEWS STAFF: Reporters: Kay Miller, Pat Heafner. Typists: Vicki Justice, Brenda Willis, Kathy Willis. School Ends - May 29, 1968 This page ends the frenzied efforts of the 1968 Pioneer staff. Each worked enthusi¬ astically and diligently to do his part. I would like to thank them for working with me, and also our wonderful sponsor, Mrs. Leatha Kelley, for her guidance, understanding and patience, while bringing you the 1968 Pioneer. But this page not only ends our efforts for a good annual, but also the melodrama of the 1967-68 school year at Nebo High. As you turned the pages of the Pioneer, maybe you were reminded of some moment shared with others, perhaps joyous, perhaps not. But someday, as you look back and remember the lessons learned here and the friends made, we hope we have included in these pages something that will have helped keep these memories alive for you a little longer than forever. Pat Heafner Editor ADVERTISERS PLEASANT HILL METHODIST CHURCH Pastor - L. PAUL HEAFNER Worship Services: 1st Sunday - 11:00; 2nd, 3rd and 4th - 9:45 M.Y.F. -6:00 P.M. Sunday Route 1, Marion, North Carolina SNOW HILL METHODIST CHURCH A. R. FRESHOUR, Pastor Worship Services: 2nd Sunday - 11:00 4th Sunday - 10:00 Highway 70 Morganton, N. C. BETHEL FREEWILL BAPTIST CHURCH Pastor - CARL ROLAND Sunday School - 10:00 A. M. Morning Worship - 11:00 A. M. Evening Worship - 7:30 P. M. Located on Old No. 10 Rt. 1, Marion, N. C. NEBO FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH HALL M. HOLLIFIELD, Pastor " In the heart of Nebo, for the hearts of Nebo. " Nebo North Carolina NEBO METHODIST CHURCH Pastor - L. PAUL HEAFNER Worship Services 1 st Sunday - 9: 45 2nd, 3rd, 4th Sundays - 11:00 Nebo, North Carolina BRADLEY LUMBER COMPANY, INC. Furniture Core and Dimension Hardwoods A Quality Product Since 1945 Phone 695-8284 P. O. Box 522 Marion, North Carolina CROSS COTTON MILLS MARION MOTORS, Double Carded and Combed Knitting Yarns INC. Marion, North Carolina Hwy. 70 and 221 West Marion, North Carolina COMPLIMENTS OF Compliment s of Carroll Walker NEBO VOLUNTEER Duval Farm Center FIREMEN Hennessee ' s Store Linda ' s Beauty Shop LAKE CITY BARBER SHOP Crescent Flower Shop 3 East Court Street Oasis News Stand Marion, North Carolina Main St. Sinclair BURGIN PLUMBING Garden City Shell HEATING CO. Phone 695-5743 1 1 S. Garden St. Marion, N. C. COLEEN SHOP LANCE ' S CORNER STORE Dress and Sportswear Hwy. 226 on Fairview Rd. 11 W. Henderson St. lviarion, iNorin Carolina Compliments of Compliments of HALL ' S BARBER BEAUTY SHOP A FRIEND ADRIAN DEAL Compliments of DR. J. H. JOHNSON Distributors of Pet Dairy Products Marion, North Carolina THE TRAVELERS RESTAURANT -JUST REMODELED- Serving Fine Food Family Meals, Pleasing Environment, and Beautiful Scenery Seafood - Steaks - Roast Beef Country Ham - Chicken - Bar-B-Que Soda Fountain - Cheeseburgers - Hot Dogs - Sandwiches - Private Dining Room - Open for Church Groups Business Meetings and Other Occasions We have been serving the finest of people from all over U. S. A. Nebo-Lake James Exit on 1-40 Compliments of HOME SECURITY LIFE INSURANCE CO. J. E. WILSON District Manager of Marion McDowell memorial park Perpetual Care Cemetery G. H. MARTIN, Manager Phone 695-9244 Marion, North Carolina COMPLIMENTS OF DREXEL FURNITURE COMPANY Mar ion, North Carolina EDGE’S DISCOUNT YOUNG’S SHOE CENTER STORE 36 Main Street Marion, North Carolina Phone 697-8371 38 South Main Street Marion, North Carolina JIM SEGARS - HARRY PATTON BOBBY ROSS Compliments of TAINTER’S H. B. CLARK -- Distributor DRUG STORE SEALTEST PRODUCTS Phone 697-1134 P. O. Box 456 Marion, North Carolina Phone 697-3251 Marion, North Carolina It Surprising Values at THE BARGAIN STORE” (B. M. ECKARD) Marion, N. C, GOOD LITTLE BUCK’S Marion, North Carolina Compliments of ECONOMY AUTO SUPPLY CON BOST, Owner Compliments of DR. HAGNA DR. ROWE Electric Comfort Heating is trouble-free! You enjoy trouble-free operation and save on repair bills with flameless elec¬ tric comfort heating. There’s virtually nothing to wear out or replace with elec¬ tric comfort heating, because the only moving parts ar e in standard thermo¬ stats. Talk to your Duke Power Residential or Commercial Representative. Si DUKE POWER Switch to for a Marion, North Carolina BROYHILL FURNITURE INDUSTRIES Otis L. Broyhill Plant Marion, N. C. ALWAYS VISIT BELKS OF MARION, WHEN IT ' S DRESS-UP TIME. BELKS SELLS THE BEST BRANDS AT PRICES YOU DON ' T MIND PAYING. THAT ' S WHY THEY ' RE KNOWN AS " THE HOME OF BETTER VALUES. " NOW IN THEIR 37th YEAR North Carolina Marion Ray H. Robinson TEXACO SERVICE Compliments of teAco (g) M A R I O N ) Marion, MARION MANUFACTURING North COMPANY Carolina EXCELLENCE - In Fabrics Compliments of MISS 700 Baldwin Avenue CLAUDIA CHAPMAN Marion, North Carolina Alterations CLINCHFIELD MANUFACTURING COMPANY Telephone 697-1163 or 697-1104 Marion, North Carolina BURANDS OF MARION SHUFORD FURNITURE " Where Well Dressed Young Women Like to Shop " Marion, North London Fog - Pendleton - Villager Carolina John Meyer - Bass Weejuns BURGIN HARDWARE Phone 695-8351 North Main St. Marion, North Carolina " The Smart Place to Go for Good Things to Eat " BOXWOOD RESTAURANT MOTEL Pizza - Spaghetti - Lasagna - Ravioli - Hamburgers - Steaks - Seafoods Highway 70 West Phone 437-1741 P. O. Box 813 Take Out Service Mor ganton, North Carolina ■■ ■ (§) “Copyright, Quality Bakers of America Cooperative, Inc., 1962“ Reach for BATTER WHIPPED’ Sunbeam Those on the go... go Sunbeam _ j WaldwiM ' Bokma... Jott milk the Jimt in ' Baked }oodi. A. BLANTON GROCERY COMPANY Hunting and Fishing License INC. BARRETTS ' ESSO Wholesale Grocers Marion, North Carolina Glen Alpine, No rth Carolina MARION OIL COMPANY, INC. kmjki MAX WOODY Gulf Petroleum Products ' IGulfj CHAIR SHOP Distributor Route 4 Box 709 Fuel Oils and Kerosene Marion, Phone 695-7241 Box 307 North Carolina Marion, North Carolina Marion, Compliments of GRIFFITH JEWELRY WEDDING SETS North Carolina Compliments of McCALL’S FUNERAL HOME Phone 697-1120 Ambulance and Oxygen Service Mar ion, North Carolina PAT BEAM ' GROCERY suv rsom moose sn d ssve mose Phone 695-0796 Phone 697-5801 Nebo , North C arolina South Main Street Marion, North Carolina Compliments of NEBO VARIETY SHOP FLOWERS BROS. Highway 70 Nebo, North Carolina One Stop Shopping Center Marion, North Carolina CHARLIE WARD’S AUTO REPAIR Compliments of Marion, North Carolina A FRIEND OF NEBO HIGH SCHOOL ALLMAN-HOGAN FLORIST GIFTS LILLIE MAE ALLMAN JOYCE B. HOGAN Phone 695-4291 128 South Main Street Marion, North Carolina ETTA PAPER BOX COMPANY, INC. Marion, North Carolina __.... j VSuburbanSB r o g a n ejm Marion, North Carolina -g jm KELLEY MACE Compliments of GRADING NEBO Phone 697-7981 LAUNDERAMA 695-8121 Marion, North Carolina Nebo, North Carolina Compliments CITY AUTO of Or? _ SERVICE Steam Clean and Refinish Engines, Clean and Tint Upholstery North Main Street Extension Marion, North Carolina Marion, North Carolina CAROLINA TIRE CO. LOWE’S OF MARION Phone 697-9761 Marion, North Carolina Marion, North Carolina Congratulations to the Class of 1968 WESTMORELAND AND HAWKINS Marion, North Carolina BROWN BROTHERS, INC. BRADBURN OIL CO. Distributor of Esso Products Heating Oils — Gasoline — Lubricants 855 East Court Street Marion, North Carolina 908 E. Court St. Phone 695-5464 Marion, North Carolina Compliments of Congratulations to the Class of 1968 F r om CECIL SMITH’S BARBER SHOP JACK BEAM’S GROCERY Phone 695-5151 Nebo, North Carolina Marion, North Carolina PERKINS’ GROCERY Morganton, North Carolina Congratulations to the Senior Class BURKE-McDOWELL ELECTRIC MEMBERSHIP CORPORATION Serving Our Members With Electricity at Cost Morganton, North Carolina HARVEST DRIVE-IN ROSES STORES, INC. Marion, N. C. Highway 70 West Marion, North Carolina Phone 695-8241 EAST COURT MOTOR CO. JACK’S USED CARS v y POXT . IC. . Marion, North Carolina ‘O ' O : HILDEBRAND RADIO T.V. SERVICE Phone 695-1542 Admiral T. V. Sales and Service Phone HE 7-1966 (Morganton Ext. ) 626 East Court Street Marion, North Carolina Route 2, Nebo, N.C. OLD FORT FINISHING PLANT Dyers and Finishers of Cottons and Synthetics Old Fort, North Carolina McDowell GOUGE PAINT TIRE AND RECAPPING AND GLASS CO. " Highest Quality Paint and Glass " Your Firestone Dealer Dial 697-3931 Marion, North Carolina 119 South Main St. Marion, N. C. DR. W. L. BELL For the Best in Auto Repairs and Buys Go to- MARION BUICK CO. Marion, North Carolina QUEEN’S AUTO REPAIR PROCTOR’S FEED STORE Wheel Alignment Service Feeds, Seeds, Fertilizers Phone 697-8584 33 Railroad Street Marion, N. C. and Hardware Phone 695-3421 Marion, N. C. HAWKINS LUMBER COMPANY Service When You Need It MAIN STREET Kiln Dried Lumber Mill Work GULF STATION 6 Miles West of Marion on Asheville Road Phone 724-4166 Pleasant Gardens, N. C. [Gulf] Marion, North Carolina C ompliments of BURGER-BOY DRIVE-IN MARION MACHINE CO. U.S. 70 Marion, North Carolina Marion, N. C. H S TIRE COMPANY BILL JORDAN - JOHN LOWDER TOM EUTSLER Guaranteed Caps One Day Service SERVICE PHARMACY Phone 697-4414 " Builders of Better Health " Hwy. 70 West Marion, N.C. South Main Street Marion, North Carolina BROOKS HOME AND AUTO SUPPLY BERRYHILL SHELL SERVICE STATION Phone 695-7341 436 East Court Street Marion, North Carolina Hwy. 221 South Marion, North Carolina IDEAL CLEANERS R. V. HORTON GROCERY Telephone 695-7261 133 West Henderson Street 200 Stroud Street Marion, N. C. 28752 " We Call For And Deliver " Better Furniture and Better Prices SMITH FURNITURE CO Not the Cheapest But the Best for Your Money Marion, North Carolina LOG CABIN SERVICE STATION Morganton, North Carolina Compliments of DR. LLOYD D. MILLER DR. MICHAEL A. McCALL ROSELAND FLORIST Quality Flowers Plus Personal Attention Phone 697-1176 North Main Street Marion, North Carolina RUSH BLANTON " BILL " HOWLE MARION PHARMACY " Let Us Fill Your Next Pre scr iption " Phone 697-9661 6 North Main St. Marion DR. B. W. RAMSEY DR. K. W. RAMSEY OPTOMETRISTS Phone 697-9391 Marion, North Carolina FULLER’S JEWELRY Bulova and Elgin Watches American Tourister Luggage Charm s Columbia Diamond Rings All Types Repairs Marion, North Carolina Compliments of KELLER’S Glen Alpine, North Carolina Knti 1 V 71 51 KnA wl W1 llj FriGE SWHITEj You ' re Money Ahead at LOVEN FURNITURE CO. 1 3 1 South Main St. Marion 19 Biltmore Ave. Asheville Phone 695-821 1 6-8 Main Street Marion, North Carolina Compliments of WEST COURT FOOD CENTER DR. CHARLES WILSON Phone 695-8231 West Court Street PYATT HEATING AIR-CONDITIONING CO. GREESON’S AUTO SUPPLY Phone 697-3363 300 Glenwood Avenue Marion, North Carolina 117 W. Henderson Street Marion, North Carolina Converse Basketball Shoe s Compliments of JIMESON’S HARDWARE, INC. LAUGHRIDGE Phone 695-6271 Marion, North Carolina FURNITURE CO. EAST COURT BARBER SHOP Compliments " W. F. Pack " of Marion, North Carolina ARMORED GARMENTS, INC. LANEY ' S FLORIST East Court Street Marion, North Carolina Marion, North Carolina Compliments of ATKINS SHOE HOSPITAL WISEMAN MOTOR CO. Marion, North Carolina Top Quality Used Cars THE RAMBLE RACK Phone 695-2091 Name Brand Factory Outlet " Save With Ellen and Joanne " Phone 697-0321 Hwy. 221 N. Marion, N. C. BILL WISEMAN Intersection Owner Hwy. 221 and 70 W. PILOT HOUSE MOTEL PYATT’S RESTAURANT USED AUTO PARTS Hwys. 226 and U. S. 221 Phone: 695-9854 Marion, North Carolina Highway 70 East Marion, North Carolina Grading and Hauling F. D. GLENN SON GRADING Phone 695-8441 or 695-6761 Marion, North Carolina ROBINSON’S Compliments of HOLLAND ' S 29 South Main Street INDEPENDENT STORE Marion, N. C. Dial 697-3781 Nationally Advertised Lines: Rt. 1 Box 231 Marion Griffon Hubbard Arrow Dobb ' s Hats Compliments of WELLS ' GROCERY SERVICE STATION Hwy. 226 South Marion, North Carolina Compliments of HAGNA FIELD LAKE CITY AMOCO School Supplies Marion, North Carolina 820 East Court St. Marion, North Carolina Marion Compliments of CLAUDETTE ' S BEAUTY SHOP North Carolina Compliments of f 1 C. H. BUMGARNER WOODYARD Phone 437-6281 Morganton, North Carolina CITY BARBER SHOP 17 S. Main Street Marion, N. C. EAST COURT CITGO Marion, North Carolina Bill Rabb Mgr. MODERN CLEANERS BRADLEY ' S FOOD STORE The Best in Quality and Service " 440 East Court Street BI-RITE MOTOR SALES Marion, North Carolina BI-RITE GARAGE PICK AND SAVE SHOES " Name brand shoes for the Whole Family " 103 South Main Marion, North Carolina TASTEE-FREEZ TENNYBROOKE TRAILER COURT BILL BRADLEY - Owner Compliments of HANEY ' S CURB MARKET East Court Street Marion, North Carolina CUT-RATE FURNITURE STORE " New and Used Furniture and Antiques " A. M. Evans - Owners - A. Caraway Marion, North Carolina WOODLAWN BEAUTY SHOP Hwy. 221 North Woodlawn, North Carolina V, O smoweix comm public library ' Marion. North Carolma •v “ NC REF 371.8 NEB 1968 Nebo High School 19 - - FEB 2 0 2013 37810433719951 MCDOWELL COUNTY PUBLIC LIBRARY 90 WEST COURT STREET MARION, NC 28752 ”
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