Newton Conover High School - Cardinal Yearbook (Newton, NC)

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THE CARDINAL THE CARDINAL 1936 'O X, 5 .J J xg ff ETEEN THIRTY S VOLUME HI PUBLISHED BY THE SENIOR CLASS OF NEWTON HIGH SCHOOL NEWTON, N. C. NN THE CARDINAL X WW I FOI'eWOI'Cl In the publication of this book it has been the aim of the Editors to present a true pic- ture of student life in our school. We have endeavored to incorporate the atmosphere of N.H.S., its lighter side-the sports and pleasures of youth-as well as the graver duties of the student. With the one objective, to portray the true ideals and spirit of our school for an ever- enduring remembrance, the staff of THE CARDINAL presents this book to you. NEWTON H GH SCHO THE CARDINAL Tl' was X ina? DEDICATION TO R.N.GURLEY . . . because he united scholarly instruction with helpful counsel, and manifested untiring interest in every phase of our school life, we, the Class of 1936, respectfully dedicate this volume of THE CARDINAL. ETEEN THIRTY-SIX LONG 1S.l'm'1IR.xN l.INI:IaR1fIiI.'I' YOVN I' Lovxa l'I.INI': SIIORI-3 liYl'.liHAR'l' Inxcxlcv I5OI.Ic'Ic luRI:I-1sIfIIeI.Ix lI.IF'1IIN J. I m'IIRAN CARDINAL STAFF DOT LONG A..,, BOBBY COCHRAN . I . FORREST L INGERPELT JUNY YOUNT ....., RUBY LOVE , . , ISABEL CLINE .. Miss SHORE .,.... BECKY EVERHART . ARTHUR LACKEY . . EVELYN BOLICK . . IDA ERBESFIELD . . ELLEN CLIFTON . . JIM COCHRAN .. Pugv Four . , lIzlI'lorAz'n-Chix-I' , A.sxI'sIfIn1 Eclimr . . . . liusrncsx Manager Assistant Iiusinvsx Manager . . . , . . . Clfzss Edilor . , l'4L'dfLlI'l' Edilur . . .I'-UCLIIIQJ Al!Ul'SL'I' , , . ffl-l'CLllllflA0I7 Mumrgvr ASS!-SItlf7l C'l'I't'LlIlllfOf7 Munugur . . , .Advertising Manugrr ASSIISIIIFII AdL'l'Ffl.Sl'Hg1 Manager . ....... Phulogruph Edrlrnr . , . Joke Editor FACULTY Mfwx Flsul n M. CLYDE CAMPBELL R. N. GURLLIY .,.,... LELIA SHORE .... MRS. J. W. MANN, JR. . . RUFUS RHYNE . ,... LUCILLE GAINEY . , , L. G. BARKLEY . . . SARAH FISHER . . FRANK CLAPP . . BETTY GOSNOLD . , . HELEN GABRIEL .. Page S ix l'.xxu-1-rlr fil'R1,rv Suu-nuf Ruvxl Gfuxu Ihluuxs lr..ws 1.1-smnn MXIIRIII FACULTY . . . . . . . . . . . . .SllfJI!l'14I7f0I7f16'f7l .Pr1'ncipr1I, Couch, Mllthemutirs MLlIf70D7llllAf'X. l"rem'h, Lz'bruriun . . ,I-lislury, English, Sociology - . , . .EngIish, French , . .EngI1'sh, Latin . .HisIory. Ciuirs Home Ifconomics . . . . . . , . . .Science . . .Frvm'h, English , . . . . . .Secretary 1 r SENICDRS 'fx WW' 'THE CARIIHWAL if WN S , ,R "'- Iuwxm' COHIRAN Rn M I-:lc SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS MOTTO: "Labor Corzquers All Things" COLORS: Purple and Gold FLOWER: Violet ARTHUR LACKEY ,,.,. , 4 ,........ President BOBBY COCHRAN ,.... ,,.., . .Vice-Presidenz FRANCES RAYMER . . . . , .Secretary-Treasurer PATRICIA COLEY .... . ..... ........,....,. M LISCOI Page Eight COLEY NE WTON HIGH SCHO if Glee Club '33, Scribblvrs Club 'jog Home Ib, l'r0pcr!y lh'IZlIlZlHl'l' S1-uim' l'l:iy '30, Sllerrills lfurnl '33, '.I-6, '.l5g lfuutlrzill 'JSI -nioi' Play 'jug Kinilesl '.Nr: Must I"ric'u1lly filce Club '33, IIS: Mu:-al Ifrii-iully '30, lxiudest '36. couomics Club 'Sm Ilrlljfi' Stull' 'Jug cribblers Club 'Mag l.cs jar-wul's FFFIIICHIS 30 u I I If THE CARDINAL MILIJRICIJ IRICNE Al'S'l'l N "A vsrx N " ".S'lnuI, Kimi, Frli.r" onomics Club 'Mig Lcs ,lnse-urs lfrzuicziis V. M. llEA'l"l'Y "I'i:1'i-1" "Jolly, lful, 1'-lI.ff'fUlL'l'l"' lIA'l"l'I IC LK IRICNA llUI,ll'K "lIA'i'1'l la" "Curr, CUll!l1'7IiLI1, l"rirmIIy" Ill',I,l'.N uI,l.u l'l.ARlx "l'llkl.ll-LH "Iilnu, Cnrls, 1HIlll.YU'l'0IlXu Basketball '3.l: Glu- Club '33, '35: llnmc 5 Swim' 'ay '. 1. INETEEN THIRTY-SIX ..- ,gi.L..C, 3 Q0 fl' 3 , ff Sv" fr X JACK EDWARD BARRINGER "JACK" "DimpIr.r, Dates, Dirl.r" Football '31, '32, '33, '34, '35, Basket- ball '32, '33, '3-13 Baseball '32, '33, '34, '30, Junior Play '34, Glee Club '35g Scrib- blers Club '36g Hi-Life Stal? '36, Hi4Y Club '31, '32g Most Personality '36, Les Jaseurs Francais '36, Senior Play '36. MAMIE EVELYN BOLICK HEVIEH uIJl.!jIl1-!Il'l'l, Ixcca, Nev-Lv" Glee Club '35g Class Reporter '34, Ad- vertising Manager CARMNAL Staff '36, Feat- ure Editor Hi-Lifv '36g Scribblers Club '35, '36g Home Economics Club '36g Most At- tractive '36g Most Courteous '36, Most Dig- uifierl '36g Les Jaseurs Francais '36g Prompter Senior Play '36, OSCAR NVH ETZELL BOLICK HBUSH "Bridge, Conover Dcm'::vn, Cheerful" Concordia '33, Physics Club '36. ELLEN ELIZABETH CLIFTON "CoI'PiaR" "A rl, Tony, Greensboro" Kilee Club '33, '35, Basketball '33g Vice- I'rc-sirlent Class '34. '35: Class Reporter '33: Ili-Life Stal? '35g Erlitorsiu-Chief Hi- Lifv 1563 Scribblers Club '35, '363 President Scribblers Club '36, Photograph Editor CARDINAL Stat? '3fi: Bancl '34, Class Grumh- ler '3og Best Looking' '36, Senior Play '36, Les Jaseurs Francais '3o. Page Nine THE CARDINAL Wx ISABEL CLINE "DImw" "Comb, Paufx, l3rrl1'nstnrm.r" Feature Editor CARDINAL Stall' 'Jog Glcc Club '33g junior Marshal 235: Scribblers Club '36, Home Economics Club 'Mig Big- gest Flirt '30g Les jasenrs Francais 230. liOBliR'l' P. CUCIIRAN. JR. "BonnY" "Cm'l1z'I, Fl'.9lvfm'1', l'IUru" Banrl '33, '34. '35g Glee Club '35, '35, Ili-Life Stuff '36: Scribblers flub 'Ilfig Assistant Erlitnr C',xknlNAi. '36, Vice-Presb dent Class '30, Junior Marslml '3S5 Mus! Courteous 'Jug Most Talented 'Jiri Must Enthusiastic '36: Testatnr 'ROL Secretary Les Jaseurs Francais 'Mug Senior Play Hifi. LLOYD FRANKLIN Clll,liY "Sl.ALYGlI'l'liRHOUSE" ".flI1llz'!f', 1l1'1'icm'y, lim'rglL'!iv" Football '3J. '.l4. '.lS: Haskctlmll '3-l, '.l5. '36, Captain 'Mig Baseball '34, 235. '30, Must Athletic '3-fr, EVELYN LUCILLE CRUWE "Evm.rN" "Quiet, Sfzrdious, Shy" Home Economics Club '30, Page Ten JAMES DANIEL tIUl'HRAN, JR. HMM.. "LD, flu' Miglrty, Plymoutln '10, Stutrfs'L'iIlv" Funtlmll '3l. '33, '55, fllee Club '35g Scribblcrs Club 'Mig joke lislitor Cnnnixfu. Stall' 'Mfg Ili-Y f'lub '32, '3.lg Vice-Presb :li-nt Physics Club '30, R0llliR'l' WI l.l.lA3l l'Ut'llRAN "'l'iu:MPia'r" ",llf1idvu, l.u1'v Lctlv'r.r. Ro1m'u" Banfl '33, '34, HKS: Glue Club '.iS3 Hig- gesl Flirt 'Mig Les ,Iascnrs Francais 'Ang Senior l'lny '30, 'l'lllil,MA FOX "'l'nr:1." "Tl'llj', L'llo1'I'. Gam! .S'ulr'.vlurly" llzsnu: ECUllllI'l'lll'S C'lub 'Mig Basketball '3.l: Scribblrrs lflub 'Mug Kilcc l'lnb '13, '35, Les jaseurs Fl'Zll'lK'illS 'Mig Senior Play 'Mn l.l"l'llliR MACTUN EPPS, JR. "l'Ii'vsi1a" "l1'uriIou1', lfrzotluzll, Curly Huff' Fnnllnall '34, 'Jig Bzlnml '33, '34, 'KSQ llvsl Nzitnrenl 'Slug Most Sincere 'Mug Phy- sics Vlnb 'jog Stzuzc iblilllligtfl' Senior Play 'EIL NEWTON HIGH SCHOO A1 IDA LILY lCRlIl1ZSI"II'1I.II "Inv IIi'u" ".S'l1m', Kufltillgl, l.il" llaurl '33, '.I-I. 'Jig Svriblrlv.-rs Club '.l.5, '30, 1lf.1,ffp Stull' 'fling Assistant Advertis- ing.: Iimlilm- CARIIINAI. Stall' 'Joi ViCC-l'l'CSi- alcnl llnnic licmloinics Club 'Jog Nenlcsl 'Mug lic-st Ure:-isecl 'Jog llaskcllmll '3.l: Lf.-s Jascurs Francais '31-5 Senior l'Iay 'SIL LICNNA UPIIICLIA FANV uSIl0R'I'Y" "L'nurl,v ffirl, l'urf1'z'.v, .h'fl'llI-jlll'fIH'?I'llfl," Lansing Iligh School '33, '34, IIS: Scrib- lllus Club '40 IEIJYTIII-I KA'I'I'1 HI LlII'IR'I' "lCm'ru" "Tall, f:'l'lll'l'0ll.f, Sj'IIlfVIlllll'lI'l"' Siarlnwn LU: Svrilvlxlers Club 'Mn JUIIN MARTIN Iil'Y "jonN" "l1'uh'lr, CAlII'TUI'll1I Tallulrfv. .S'l:11l1l1'v.v lfimtlrzill '.l.I, '34, '.IS3 llziskc-llxall '.I4. '35, '56, Br-sl Snort 'Mg Lvs jasi-urs lfrancuis 230. CARL SIMPSON lIICWI'I"T "llI'lWI'I"I"' "Wit, fillij'-jlflllllll, C.'mum1iuu" Footlmll 'J-I. '35, Physics Club 'Mn INETEEN THIRTY-SIX 'F THE CARDINAL 'O S' mark EDITH REBECCA EVERIIART "BscKr" "Bad-rtlmll, Illava, Ili Tools!" Band '33, '34, Librarian Band '33, Printer Hi'La'fc Stal? '36, Scribblers Club '36: Glee Club '33, '35, Manager of Candy '36, President Home Economics Club '36, Circulation Manager CARUINAL Stal? '36, Basketball '33, '34, '35. '36, Cheer Leader '36g Class Historian '34, Class Reporter '34, Most Enthusiastic '36, Most Athletic '36, Noisiest '36g Senior Play: Les Jaseurs Francais '36. CIIARLENE VIRGINIA FISHER "Fisn" hfnxulay Nfyllhr. V-S. Banana 5'pll'fs" Glec Club '33, Scribblers Club '36, Home Economics Club '36, Laziest '36, Les ,laseurs Francais 130. EDGAR fil.'Rl.EY "En" "Athletic, Cutv, Happy-ya-Lucky" VVilmington '32, Football '32, '33, '34, '35, Captain '35, All4StaIe Second Team 'J-Ig All-Conference Team '34: Basketball '33, '34, '35, '36, Captain '36, Baseball '33, '34, '35, Hi-Life Stal? '35, Les Jaseurs Francais '36, ANNIE RAE IIEWITT "ANN" "Dog, Platinum Blonde, Svlf-rvliunt" llmne Economics Club 'Jog Xfice-President Les Jaseurs Franrais '36, Senior Play '36, GEORGE FRANKLIN H ICKS "I-hx" ".S'uurv Drum, Ifrcslz, Ilcnrt-bn'akrr" Band '33, '3-1. HIS: Glee Club '33, '35, lunior Marshal IIS: Prophet '36, Les Jn. scurs Francais '30, Senior Play 136. Page Eleven if' , 19" . ,El Q 4,36 Nm X 3 'awww Vx JOSEPH FREDERICK HORN HFREDH "Blonde, Knife, Plumbcr" Most Generous '36, Treasurer Les Jaseurs Francais '36, Stage Manager Senior Play '36 LLOYD CLYDE H UNSUCKER "CLYDE" "Cami Natured, Concordia-l.oz'er, Pinky" Concordia '33, '34, '35, Wittiest '36, SALLIE PAULINE HUNSUCKER "POLLY" "I.ipsticlr, C. K., Wa'vc's" Glee Club '33, Most Generous '36. BERTIE IRENE JONES "BUZzY" "Clw'wing Gum, Brofwn Eyes, Cntr" Glee Club '33, '35, Home Economics Club '36, Scribblers Club '36, Cutest '36, FORREST BEATRICE LINGER FELT "FORREST" "Intellectual, Bulldogs, Singing" Junior Marshal '35, Glee Club '33, Home Economics Club '36, Wittiest '36, Most Ambitious '36, Most Stuclious '36, Business Manager CARMNAL Staff '36, Scribblers Club '36, Salutaturian ' 36. Page Twelve THE CARDINAL IJURUTIIY ELVICRA HUFFMAN I "D0'r" "l.ungl1ln!l. Tullciny, I"ri'1'ndly" Glee Club '33, Home Economics Club '36, GRACE NEVADA H VNSUCKER "GRACE" "Maile-xr, l'cui'ml1l4', .S'irwvrc"' Scribblers Club '30, VVILBURN llAllN IIVNSUCKER "VVu.i,in Hun" H1.l'll0lif, Smilm, Blrmzlvf' Scribblers Club '30, Physics Club '36. ARTHUR FRANCIS LACKEY "0ssm" "1lvrnl Mun, Sailor Pants, Bass Horn' Debating Club '34, Band '34, '35, Junior Marshal '35, Sports Editor Hi-Life Staff '30, Assistant Circulation Manager CARD- INAL Staff '36, Class Grumbler '36, Most Loyal '30, Most Capable '36, Most Orig- inal '30, Class President '30, Cheer Leader '30, Physics Club '30, Senior Play '30. DOROTHY DANIEL LONG " Do1"' "links, l'1'r.fanalily, Samui iv" C.uuuN,xI. Staff '34, '36, Editor-in-Chief l'AnniN,u,, Stal? '30, Class Treasurer '34, Class Secretary and Treasurer '35, Assist- nnt Manager Basketball '33, '34, Manager Basketball '35. '30, Manager of Band '33, '34: Glce Club '33. '35, Manager of Glee Club '33, Class Reporter '33, Hi-Lifr Staff '34, '35. '30, Business Manager Hi-Life Stall '34: Assistant Editor I-Ii-Life '36, Scxfibblcrs Club '35, '36, Vice-President Scribblers Club '30, Treasurer Home Eco- nomics Club '30, Most Loyal '30, Most lnlluential '30, Best Sport '30, Best All 'Round '30, Most Personality '36, Most Popular '30, Les Jascurs Francais '36, Business Manager Senior Play '30, Salu- tatorian '36. EWTON HIGH SCHO RUBY MARIE LOVE "R nur" ''Cm1.rv1'z'ntl'ou.r, Piano, .S'1'frIr.r" Junior Marshal '35, tilcc Club '33, Home Economics Club '3h, Class Editor Cfikn- INAI. Slalf '36, Most 'Valenti-il '30, Most Original '36, Most Capable '30, Scribblers Club '36, llistoriau '30. Ll 'TH ER SY l .Vl'1S'I'A M clililil "l.uri-tn" ".9'Imrly tirmfr, Hrnlju-c',vr.v. Ilrirrri-f1'rA'i'r" Scribblers Club '30, L'uni'orili:i '33, Phy- sics Club '36. HELEN LORENE MULLINAX "llm.x-iN" "Caffahlr', Blnrk curly Iruir, SmiIv.r" Class Reporter '35, junior Marshal '35, Scribblers Club '36, Ili-Life Staff '31-2 I Home Economics Club '31, Mosl Sincere '36, Reporter Les Jasc-urs Francais '3h. WILLIAM HENDERSON PRICE, JR. "Bll.l.v" "Cri'1i'C, Navy, IIm'r" Most. Ambitious '36, Most Enthusiastic '36, Neatest '30, Most Attractive '30, Phy- sics Club ',l6. XVALTER RAMSEUR REINHARDT "SAi.Tx"' "Park, 6'Yc'ar Svlzivr, Four Ru.rr.r" Football '30, '3l,1'32,' '33, '34, 'Baseball '34, '35, '36, Glee Llub 35, H1-Y Club 31. '32, Senior Marshal '34, All'Stzite Tackle '34, All-Conference Tackle '34, First All- State Tar Bowl Game '35, Lt-s jaseurs Francais '.'i6. INETEEN THIRTY-SIX THE CARDINAL 0 9' WW VIRGIL ELLIS MARTIN "V1RGIL" "Study Hall, Diguified, Tara'y" Most Stuclious '36, Most Dignified '36. CLARENCE LEANDER MORRISON ULEEU "Slxcik, Model T, the Farm" Assistant Manager Football '33, Football '34, '35, Baseball '35, '36, Basketball '35, Band '33, '34, Hz'-Life Stal? '36, Best Looking '36, Best Allf'Round '36, Les Jaseurs Francais '36. CANDIS REBECCA NORRIS "T0oTs" "Cahn, Deliberate, Re.rc'rz'ed" Boone '33, '34, Lenoir '35, Scribblers Club '36, Les Jaseurs Francais '36. FRANCES SMITH RAYM ER "FRANCES" n "Palmer Method, P. L., Librarian Class Secretary '34, Class Secretary and Treasurer '35, Scribblers Club '35, '36, Class Reporter '34, '36, Glee Club '33, '35, Home Economics Club '36, President Les ,laseurs Francais '36, Class Grumbler '36. WILLIAM RAY SCHELL "BILLY" "Shadow II, Good French Student, B1-ight" Seribblers Club '36. Page Thirteen lf" R' fy, X ,, . 5" THE CARDINAL IK WX , ,f vwmm ALLEN LEE SETZ ER "Scissors" "Tooth, That Laugh, Abraham" Noisiesl '36, Les Jaseurs Francais '36, RUTII NIIRIAM SIIULER MIWIRI.-KM" "Candy, Smiling, Attrurriz'e" Charlotte '33, Bowman, S. C. '34, Glee Club '35, Scrilihlers Club '36, FOSTER JOEL SIMMONS NIUE., "Why .vl1orf'! Bashful, BIllSlIl'S" Concordia '33, Physics Clulr '36, ROCHEI. HOWARD YOUNG "J1GGS" "Bl'cyrIc, Cllurloftz' Obsrr1'r1', "Mr and Tlnnn Band '33, Electrician Senior Play '36. MAE ELIZABETH YOUNT .im Hy. "Skating, Ncat, Man-halter" Glee Club '33, Home Economics Cluh '36, Best Naturerl '36. Page Fourmen MILTON IIORACE SIIARPE "SIIAKI'Y" "Ufv!imi.vIil', C'uurf4'nu,v, .+Imil'c1l1l1"' Fuullinll '32, '33, '34, Basketball '33, '34, Ilasclmll '34, '35, Glue Flllll '55, junior Mairslml '35, Ims jzisvnrs Ifrmicziis '36. QJFUIEIC ICITIIIENIA SIUMON "Uri-,la" uI.IIllI'IHIi, lllurtfu, Blur' lf3'1'5" Glu- C'luli '33, '35, Ilomu Ecmirnnics fluh '36, Scrihblcrs Flnh '30, I'lIARl.I'lS CLI NE TURNER "I.ooM1s" ".S't1r1l1'ml.v, Lftilr, Gund" Physics l'luh '30, ARTIIIYR MILTON YUVNT "II11,i." "Small, Qlzivl, l2l'p4'Al:l:1I7l1"' Nlillluthirm Iligh. Va. '33, '34, Sccretziry :mil 'I'Y'l'IlSlll't'I' Physics Vlulr '3h. ERNEST IIARSIIAXY YUFNT, JR. ",IUNY" "lf!I.Vl'l7Ill!, Hrlly, l3u,vkctbull" Ilaskullrall '33, '34, '35, '30, Alternate Captain '3lm, Ilasc-hall '33, '34, '55, '36, Football '33, Flnss Prcsirleut '34, '35, Most InHuentiaI '36, Assistant Business Manager VARIFINAL Staff '36, Scrihblers Cluh '30, i'he-er I.uzuIcr '34, '35, Chief junior Mm'- shzil '35, Pro:-iirlm-nt Physics lfluh '36, Senior Play 'Mig Vzllwlictorimi '30, NEWTON HIGH SCHO THE CARDINAL Q0 Tilt! S' J if 1 E get SENIOR CLASS HISTORY You may not Gnd in the pages of American Histories the events that I am about to relate. Nevertheless. I defy anyone to prove that they are not as worthy of mention as any of the deeds performed by the heroes whose names are printed in flaming letters in those national eulogies. In September. l93Z. a hundred timid. frightened boys and girls entered Newton High School. The Hrst days were hlled with excitement and bewilderment as they walked down the wrong side of the hall and wandered into the wrong classrooms. However. after two or three weeks. they became accustomed to teachers. schedules, rules. and Sophomores. The class soon gained courage and entered the various activities of high school life. It furnished its share of participants in athletics. and in the fall of '32 the football team under the guidance of Mr. Curley. won the Western North Carolina championship. ln the fall of 1933. the class of '36 again took its place behind the walls of "dear ole N. H. S." Many members looked sad and disappointed as they found that some of their class- mates had not returned to lead the life of a sophisticated Sophomore. They were now only sixty-five in number. The class this year chose capable Juny Yount as its president. Again the football boys were champions of Western North Carolina. The class was also well repre- sented on the staffs of the school publications THE CARDINAL and Hi-Life. Juny Yount was again chosen to lead the class in its Junior year. Everyday was filled with "startling" events and the gay and care-free Juniors seem to enjoy every minute of it. Our girls' basketball team made us feel very proud as they won the championship of 1935. This year the class sold magazines and sponsored a movie in order to finance the Junior-Senior Banquet. The Juniors now felt that they were beginning to amount to something at least, and they were probably even conceited for a while. However. this feeling did not last long, for after the Banquet they realized that they were still just "Juniors" It was during this year that some of the boys and girls were rewarded for their scholastic achievements by being chosen as Junior Marshals. The school term swiftly drew to a close. but everyone left with a deter- mination to make the last' year of his high school life the best. This past fall the class of '36, Efty-seven in number. entered the classical halls of the new High School Building. They acted more like "Green Freshmen" than "Dignif1ed Seniors." but not many days passed before they became accustomed to the new building with all its beauty and new conveniences. Arthur Lackey was chosen president this year, and with his help the class has truly made this the most successful year. It seems that the football boys just couldn't lose any games again this fall as they won the Iiootball Championship of 1935. The class has succeeded in publishing another edition of the CARDINAL. This was made possible by securing advertisements from the different merchants in Newton. Conover. and Hickory. The class also sold candy and arm-bands and just before Christmas they worked for Mrs. Wilfong in the 1064 store. In this way they secured many dollars for the class treasury. They have edited the Hi-Life semi-monthly, The Senior play, "One Mad Night" revealed the dramatic ability of the class. Also. this year they have had a chance to enjoy the few privileges that were granted them and were honored by another Junior-Senior Banquet. They now rejoice that they have come through the four years of preparation and are standing on the threshold of life. However. there is a feeling of sadness because this is the last time perhaps that they will see some of their classmates. Together with all the recollections of school days that they have enjoyed here. the members of the class of '36 will carry with them the pleasant memories of the superintendent and the faculty. Through these years they have found that success can be gained by work and they will endeavor to always live up to the motto of the class of '36, "Labor Conquers All Things." RUBY LovE, Hislorian. Page Fifteen ETEEN THIRTY-SIX J ,Ge 'Q' THE CARDINAL WW" 6 will .. ! if-,qi y SENIOR CLASS PROPHECY While I was in Australia in 1946 doing natural research work, l received a cablegram stating that the Senior Class of 1936 would hold a reunion in New York. June l-3. I arrived in New York two weeks after the time appointed. therefore. did not atrend the reunion. While I was there I met one of my old classmates, who told me the following: Wilburn Hunsucker has established a trucking service between Newton. North Carolina and New York. Isabel Cline. prominent George White Scandals star. has just finished her new picture "Gold Diggers of l946." Helen Mullinax has opened a beauty salon in Oyama. N. C. Bobby Cochran famous editor of the "Startown Gazette." has gone abroad to spend the summer. Jim Cochran won the championship in the national hog calling contest. Leander Morrison has been made president of the Ridgeview Hosiery Mills. Allen Lee Setzer, international speed clemon, has won nrst place in the Indianapolis, Indiana. races held at Billy Price is now scrubbing decks on the U. S. S. Arizona. Charles Turner is a candidate for office in the North Carolina legislature. Billy Schell has opened a chain of flour mills throughout the middle west. Macon Epps has entered the air races held at Cleveland, Ohio. Arthur Lackey has opened a service station on East l33rd Street. Conover, N. C, Ellen Clifton. famous artist, has accepted a position to teach art at the Woman's College of the University of North Carolina. Virgil Martin has gone to South Africa in search of prehistoric fossils. Carl Hewitt has opened a chain of hot dog stands in Highland, N. C. Fred Horn has signed a contract to furnish and install the plumbing in the new Post Office building which is being erected in Newton. Walter Lackey was recently made manager of a Carolina store in Bridgewater, N. C. Walter Reinhardt has been head football coach for several years at the University of Oyama. Thelma Cox is being starred in the Metropolitan opera this season. Edgar Gurley created a sensation in the football world last fall. l-le played quarterback for t'he University of Illinois and wore a jersey bearing the number "77." Oscar Bolick has accepted a position as foreman in the Bolick concern. Juny Yount has signed a contract' as larsl baseman with the Oyama Cardinals. Ida Erbesfield has opened an exclusive chain of department stores in Atlanta, Georgia. John Guy. famous basketball star, has gone to Niagara Falls to spend his honeymoon. C. M. Beatty is spending a few days at home. I-le is a part of the Ringling Brothers Circus . . . . the world's fattest man. Ruby Love has opened a canary farm in Catawba, North Carolina. Candis Norris has been in Europe for several years, studying the economic and social con- ditions of the French people. Page Sixteen N E W T O N H I G H SCHOO TI-IE CARDINAL Nm 0 it . ,af l Rebecca Everhart has been sent to the Toluca School for Mental Defectives. Clyde Hunsucker. prominent Catawba County farmer. is conducting a program for the Farmers' Association against the new agricultural tax. Ollo Clark has been employed by Coley's Florist Shop as head of the designing department. .lack Barringer has been commissioned as lst Lieutenant in the U. S. Army. Mrs. McRee tthe former Miss Ocoee Sigmonl has gone to visit her husband who is employed in New Orleans, Louisiana. Milton Sharpe has been transferred from Midstate Cloth Mill No. 13 to No. 23. Dot l.ong. president of the U. D. C. has gone to the convention which is being held in Charleston. S. C. Lloyd Coley. multi-millionaire. has made another fortune from his Get Rich Quick Bonds. Robert Cochran. well known Catawba farmer, has gone to Washingt'on, D. C. to speak before the Farmers' National Convention. Mildred Austin has opened a reducing school in Cats Square. l.uther McRee. well known track star. has won the 500 meter race held in St. Pauls, N. C. Miriam Shuler has opened a night club on 5th Avenue, Connelly Springs, N. C. livelyn Crowe. famous blues singer, has gone to sing before t'he Crown heads of Europe. Bertie Jones. socialite of Sweetwater. N. C. has become engaged to Mr. Tweedlebaum of New York City. . Joel Simmons. pride of Conover. N. C., has entered the Golden Gloves Contest, as a conf testant in the light-weight division. Pauline Hunsucker won lirst place in Major Bowes' program. She impersonated Minnie Mouse. Howard Young has been appointed overseer of the northern route of the Charlotte Observer. Charlene liisher has gone to Catfish to open a training school for men who are inter- ested in mixing cocktails. l-enna Faw won honorable mention at the beauty contest held in Newton. N. C. Forrest Lingerfelt. well known story teller over W. J. I. B. is spending her vacation at her home in Newton. Iivelyn Bolick has opened a dancing school in Conover. N. C. Elizabeth Yount. famous milliner, has gone to Paris to secure some new fashions. Arthur Yount has gone to Europe to study the chemical reaction of acid with a secret formula he has just discovered. Frances Raymer has opened a chain of dentist oliices in Asheville. N. C. Edith Gilbert has received her training as a nurse at the Toluca School for Mental Defectives. Grace Hunsucker has appeared before the Conover Women's Club as a model for the Marseille Clothing Store. Hattie Bolick has gone to Italy to study art. Dorothy Huffman has opened a rest home for mental cases in Newton. Annie Rae Hewitt has accepted a position as waitress in the Newton Cafeteria. While my friend was giving this information. it brought back old memories of the class of '36. I left for Australia the next day. feeling that all my dreams had come true. GEORGE HICKS, Class Prophet. Page Seventeen ETEEN THIRTY-SIX 08 THE CARDINAL wr li, ll 1 YB LAST WILL AND TESTAMENT We, the Class of 1936 of the Newton High School, do hereby make and declare this to be our last Will and Testament, in the form and manner as follows: To the superintendent, faculty and School Board. we hereby will and bequeath a most sincere expression of gratitude for the many hours spent in preparing us for the unknown road, which we are now entering at the end of this school year. To the community as a whole, we hereby will and bequeath our appreciation for making this school system possible and for the whole-hearted support given us in our student activities. To the Junior Class. we hereby will and bequeath our Senior privileges, our Senior dignity. the key to the candy room and our success with the Hi4Life and CARDINAL. To the Sophomore Class, we leave the carvings on the desks, chairs and tables. To the Freshman Class. we leave the ambition we had to make ours the best all-round class to graduate from N. H. S. In order that our individual talents may not be lost, we will as follows: 1-I. Juny Yount. hereby will and bequeath to Buddy Yount. the left-hand rattle in the rumble seat of my A-model. l Z-I, Allen Lee Setzer, hereby will and bequeath to Phillip Moose my ability to make a noise. 3-l, Milton Sharpe, hereby will and bequeath to Franklin Deal my ability to work and to attend school regularly. 4-I, Billy Price, hereby will and bequeath to Blair Deal my attractiveness. 5-I. Ellen Clifton. hereby will and bequeath to Margaret Pace my pleasing personality. 6-I, Evelyn Bolick, hereby will and bequeath to Lura Abernethy my courteous ways. 7-I, Becky Everhart, hereby will and bequeath to Make Warlick my cheer-leading ability. 8-I. Virgil Martin, hereby will and bequeath to Gus Arndt my dignified ways. 9--I, George Hicks, hereby will and bequeath to John Miller my collection of nonsense, 10-I, Charles Turner, hereby will and bequeath to Fred Huffman my poetical ability. ll-I, Ollo Clark, hereby will and bequeath to my sister, Mary Hester, my curly hair. 12-I, Arthur Lackey, hereby will and bequeath to Robert Hewitt my originality. 13-I, Lloyd Coley, hereby will and bequeath to Billy Taylor my athletic ability. 14-I, Ida Erbesfield, hereby will and bequeath to Merle Smith my big feet. 15-I, John Guy, hereby will and bequeath to James "Peepie" Eller my height. 16-I. Jack Barringer, hereby will and bequeath to Carl Huffman my winning ways with the girls. l7-I, Ed Gurley, hereby will and bequeath to Clark Lehmon my cuteness. 18-I, Oscar Bolick, hereby will and bequeath to Robert lsenhour my front seat on the bus. 19-I, Walter Lackey, hereby will and bequeath to my brother, Paul, my love for the school. 20-We, Evelyn Crowe and Edith Gilbert, hereby will and bequeath to Sidney Schrum our quietness. 21-I. Luther McRee, hereby will and bequeath to Pete Moss my ability to run, 22-I. Billy Schell, hereby will and bequeath to Osborne Eckard my red hair. 23-I, Ruby Love. hereby will and bequeath to Louise Smith my originality. 24-I, Arthur Yount, hereby will and bequeath to Billy Self my knowledge of Physics. Z5-We, Joel Simmons and Howard Young. hereby will and bequeath to Hazel and Sara Bess Lackey our inseparable friendship. Page Eighteen NEWTON HIGH SCHO INETEE Q9 5 THE CARDINAL wmv 27-1. Grace Hunsucker, hereby will and bequeath to Violet Flowers my beautiful com- 26-I, Miriam Shuler. hereby will and bequeath t'o Daisy Queen my black hair. it 5 ll 1 , A6 i plexion. Z8-l. Thelma Cox. hereby will and bequeath to my sister, Gladys. my soprano voice, so that she can sing a duet. 29-l, Mildred Austin. hereby will and bequeath to Vivian Settlemyre my largeness. '50-We. Pauline Hunsucker and Fred Horne, hereby will and bequeath to Lorene Sherrill our generosity. 'il-l. Helen Mullinax. hereby will and bequeath to Mary Hughey my sincerity. 32-We. Isabel Cline and Robert Cochran. hereby will and bequeath to Elmina Arndt and James Patterson our winning ways with the opposite sex. 33-al, Charlene Fisher. hereby will and bequeath to Lula Kate Pendleton my ability to keep from blushing. 34-l. Annie Rae Hewitt. hereby will and bequeath to Katie Jean Rowe my French vocabulary. 35-I. Dot Long. hereby will and bequeath to Mary Simmons all my high school popularity. 36-1. Leander Morrison. hereby will and bequeath to James McConnell my musical ability. 37-We. Forrest Lingerfelt and Clyde Hunsucker, hereby will and bequeath to Elizabeth Wilson and Billy Cline. our wit. '58-l, Macon Epps. hereby will and bequeath to Thomas Deal my ability to draw airplanes. '59-We, Hattie Bolick and C. M. Beatty. hereby will and bequeath to Joe Hendrix our kindness. 40-I. Elizabeth Yount, hereby will and bequeath to Louise Thornburg my good- naturedness. 4l-We. Lenna Faw and Dorothy Huffman. hereby will and bequeath to Ilene Hilton our ability to sell candy. 42-I. Bertie Jones. hereby will and bequeath to Alice Rose Hendrix my cuteness, 43-I, Jim Cochran. hereby will and bequeath to Norman Bolick my ability to find some- thing to do. 44-I. Frances Raymer, hereby will and beqlieath to Maude Setzer my grumbles. 45-I. Carl Hewitt. hereby will and bequeath to Billy Shipp my hearty laugh. 46-I. Geometry. 47-I. 48-I, Walter Reinhardt. hereby will and bequeath to Carol Newby my laziness. Wilburn Hunsucker. hereby will and bequeath to Charles Lutz my knowledge of Candis Norris, hereby will and bequeath to Sarah Frances Brittain my largeness. 40-I, Ocoee Sigmon. hereby will and bequeath to Ruby Lee Home my neatness. 50--I, have. Bobby Cochran. hereby will and bequeath to anybody who wants it. anything I In witness whereof we. the class of 1936 of Newton High School, do hereunto set our hand and seal and declare this to be our Last Will and Testament on this, the 22nd day of May, l936. WITNESSED BY: ELLEN CLIFTON, JUNY YOUNT, ARTHUR LACKEY. THE SENIOR CLASS OF 1936. BOBBY COCHRAN, Testutor. Page Nineteen THIRTY-SIX 1 .og 9 MF? CN .. f W ,,. TYIECLXRDINAL ,: .I .. 11' 1 7 15 I, : x'f?ii5 UTEFQ-1 ' Q 9 I I1 1 F it . Ta I I 1l K , A B ifgqg-iii' ' -L-Ifvg r . I -I :-'ig 5 5 Y...- :, - ' 1- , - , mfwl 1' I ' An ,153 1 Tiff, K '. 5: : F' rf - n I .. : - if R' . 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I .azimt Page Twenty-one Page Twenty-two JUNIORS TWJECLARDINAL AUOUSTUS ARNDT ,...., I , LULA KATE PENDLETON . BILLIE SELF ......,... JUNIGR CLASS OFFICERS JANICE REED HARVELI. , LURA ABERNETHY ROBERT AMOS AUGUSTUS ARNDT NORMAN BOLICK SARAH F. BRITTAIN JOHN CANTRELL MILDRED CARPENTER BILLY CLINE FRANKLIN DEAL BLAIR DEAL THOMAS DEAL JOE DRUM OSBORNE ECKARD JAMES ELLER JAMES FAIRCHILD VIOLET FLOWERS ALICE ROSE HENDRIX ILENE HILTON ROY HOLLAR RUBY LEE HORNE Page Twenty-four MEMBERS MARX' HUOHEY HENRIIQTTA HUNSUILKER DAVID SCHRUM BILLY SELF MAUDIE SETZER LORENE SHIERRILI. GEORGE SHIRI1 EVELYN SIOMON GEORGE SIOMON MARY SIMMONS ANNIE MAE ISENI-IOUR ROBERT ISENHOUR MARTHA L. JESSUII CLARK LEHMON PORTER MAUNEY JAMES MCCONNELL KATHERINE MCCREIOHT ROBERT MCCREIOHT FRANK MCGINNIS , . . . , . . I'rI'sI'denl J , . . . . . . .Vice-I resident Serra-Illrq and 'Tl'UllSllf'l'f .. . ,. Musful JOHN MILI,.I?R JOE MOOSE MADELINE MOOSE JOE MOSS RALPII NEAL ROGER NEAL CAROL NEWIIY JAMES PATIEIQRSON l.ULA KATE PENOLIZTON DAISY QUEEN TED RI2I'I'zIaL GLENN ROWIQ KATIE JEAN ROWIQ LOUISE SMITH l.OUISlZ TIIORNBURO HELEN TURNER J. R. WIIISNANT, JR. LOUIS WILLIAMS ELIZABETH WILSON JONES YOUNT NEWTON HIGH SCHO uhm' "DJ '77 l,' 'url-xl ' T . TT lk.. H W:f'1"Pvn- W 1 . -f'. - - lap 1-.'f,1,f,:,hiiJ I A Page Twenty-five THE JUNIOR CLASS THE CARDINAL KI, WA M JUNIOR MARSHALS HELEN TURNER ,,....A... ., A.,,.,.. . . .Chief LURA ABERNATHY BILLY SELI1 CAROL NEWBY BILLY CLINE ELIZABETH WILSON DAVID SCHRUM MARTHA LOUIS JESSUP GEORGE SIIIPI1 Page Twenty-six NEWTON HIGH SCHO SCDPHOMCDRES fue W THE CARDINAL "I . A wha SOPHOMORE JOSIE LITTLE . . . BUDDY YOUNT . ESTHER ADAMS ELMINA ARNDT GEORGE BAKER HOKE BAKER BRIDGET BOWMAN ETHEL BOWMAN VIOLET BUTLER GLADYS CANIPE LOIS CLARK DORIS CLINE M. B. COOK GLADYS COX HERSHELI. CORDI?I.I BOBBY ERVIN JOE FLOWERS WATSON GABRIEL TIIELMA GOODMAN ROY 1-IAOAR JOE HENDRIX DOROTHY HEWITT CRAIG HILTON CARL HUFFMAN FRED HUFEMAN THELMA HUEFMAN ZELPHIA HUGHEY Page Twun I y-eight I JANICE LITTLI: . . C OFFICERS MEMBERS VIRGINIA HUITT ROBERT HUITT ETHEL HUMPIIRIES COYTE HUNSUCKER LANDIN ISENIIOUR BYRL KANIPE ROBERT KEEVER NIARJANELL KENIMIER ROBIENA KERLEY PAUL LACKEY HAZEL LACIKEY SARAH B. LACKEY FORREST LAWING IVIARY A. LAWING W. L. LEFEVERS, JR. ARTI'-IUR LINDEMEYER ROBERT LINDEMEYER IVIARY A. LINGERITELT JANICE LITTLE JOSIE LITTLE CHARLES LUTZ GEORGE IWARTIN HAROLD MCGI-EE PI-IILIP MOOSE BRADY IVIULLINAX LASS . . . . , .Presidenl . . , . , .T,lAt'l'-P!'USI'!lL"fII , . Svcrelurg and Tra'uxurI-r MARGARET PACE DOROTHY PAYNIE KATIIRYN PRIc:I5 EARL ROBINSON DORIS SELLNER FRANCES SETZER RALPII SETZIER CURTIS SIIARPIQ JUANITA SIIIQRRILL KATIIIERINE SIIIERRILL WADE SIOMON HAROLD SIOMON OSCAR SIMMONS .JOE SMITH YVINIITRED SMITH ADELIA SMITII WILINIA SMITII VERNICE STOVER RICHARD TUCKER OSWALD WACINER MAKE WAIiLIf1K HELEN XVI-IISNANT EDITII YOUNG BUDDY YOUNT I.. A. YOUNT NEWTON HIGH SCHO 'iii--I 'Q A: .vii Jig, I r' f J-AX.: , - ' Jw. I' ' 1 mt- ..- - - ' ...-. .-.- Page Twenty - ninv THE SOPHOMORE CLASS 'YQFBI THE CARDINAL we 5 .mm .i .7 JOKES COACH GURLEY: Hard work never killed anyone! LLOYD COLEY: That's just the trouble: I want to do something that has the spice of danger in it. i MR. BARKLEY: Some fish travel long distances. Can anyone give me an instance? LEANDER MORRISON: Yes. a goldfish. It travels around the globe every day. I I BECKY EVERHART: What's the way for a girl's father to let her boy- friend know it is time to leave? DOT LONG: He may casually pass through the room with a box of breakfast food. l MISS SHORE: Now we find that X is equal to zero. SALTY REINHARDT: Whew! All that work for nothing. I JOHN GUY: Let's go on an Indian warpath. WALTER LACKEY: We can't: it's being paved. I MR. RHYNE: C. M., give me a sentence using Egypt. C. M. BEATTY: See that fruit dealer? Egypt me. I MR. CLAPP: What is HNO3? ELLEN CLIFTON: Oh. er. er-it's right on the tip of my tongue. MR. CLAPP: Well. spit it out. It's nitric acid. MISS GAINEY: Use the word "intensify" in a sentence. ARTHUR LACKEY: Our landlord says we are going to live intensify don't pay the rent. CARL HEWITT: How can you tell the approach of winter? MACON EPPS: It begins to get later earlier. OSCAR BOLICK: I'm going to be an aviator. I've been air-minded for years. BOBBY COCHRAN: I guess I'l1 be a garage man. I've been tow-headed all my life. Pr1geThirty NEWTON HIGH SCHOO F RESHMEN W' WW' THE C RDI AL if If-,Q FRESHMAN CLASS OFFICERS JIMMIE ISENHOWER . , , , ,P1'ggy'dLy71 CHARLES BRADY . . , . . . . VI'ce--Presidml BRADY HOLLAND . . . . .SufrvlIIrI1 und TrcasIIrcI' MEMBERS J, VV. AX1lliRNlE'l'lIY VIVIAN AI.I.Icx BI':A'rRII'Ia Amns DoRo'ruY ARNIYI' JIQROLYNI5 ARNDT FI:I.Ix IXUSTIN LANIIIN BIxRI,0w AIARGARET BoI.IcR LIZAII BoI.IN J. M. BONlll'RAN'l' EARL Bosr CARI, BOSTIAN RAY BOWMAN CIIIxRI.Rs BRADY SIIIIIIL BRAIIY IJAvIn BROX1'N FRANK f',xI.I:vvI:I.I, VIRGINIA C,xNsI.IzR M AR'rIIA l'AI'rs EI.Isr: CARTER NIARY II. l'I,ARK l.u'I'IIIiR CLARK FRANCIIS l'I.IF'r0N M .IRIQARIQT CI,INIz 'RMA CLINE ANDREW CUKQIIRAN JIQAN CORRIININII J. D. CORRIIIILR HARVEY f.Ol'l,TliR IIERIIRRT DMI, HENRY IJIIQIII. HI-:I.I:N DILESE BIaA1'RIcI: Dm,I.I Nunn Page Thirty-two I j. V. IJRUIII VIIARI. Evfxxs IJUROTHY FUNK KYILBRETTA FIIRR Bonny GAITIIRR AIAVIS GII.RIaR'I' FARRRLI. GILIIRRI' DIARY HAI-ix A. D. 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N l1ll,l,l IC S1 I-1I':I.I-1 WIl.I.IAM 'FIIx'I.oR AxAI.I-iAII W,II,I,IN4: 1XIARsIIAI.I. xvA'I"l'l'1RS RI'I:Y NYIQIIIIORN l"RI:II wvI4ll.I.llONN JIIIINNIIIL VVIIIsN.'xN'I' IIIIWARII WIIIsN.mN'I' liIII'I'II VVURIQMIIN lmNAI,II YURR 1II.IaNx YIIIANII ,IIMMII-1Yl!l'N'l' ,IAIAR YIIIINI' Rov YnIIN'r AIAUIIII-1 Z1 MAII-Lum .Rx SIIINRY SI'IIRI'AI WTON HIGH SCHOOL 1 THE CARDINAL ETEEN THIRTY-S Page Thirty-three if' E fi LS AN CLASS GIR HM PRES THE CARDINAL tx W , , 'Riga rQ "I'-' Y Y , . . li , QE? l fi UA.: if , v ' - be E -M 1 , , In . . 1 . EI Page Thirly-four BOYS FRESHMAN CLASS m 5 -A O z I Q I um O I O ACTIVITIES 5' ,OP , , I THE CARINIMAL f mm V II Wx ni 1' 'Y N yy" ' . :II ,, M SCRIBBLERS'CLUB ELLEN CLIFTON . DOT LONG ..A.... Page IDA ERBESFIELD , . MRS. MANN . , DOT LONG JIM COCHRAN EVELYN BOLICK OLLO CLARK IDA ERBESFIELD ELLEN CLIFTON BERTIE JONES OCOEE SIGMAN BOBBY COCHRAN HELEN MULLINAX BECKY EVERHART ISABEL CLINE JUNY YOUNT GRACE HUNSUCKER RUBY LOVE CANDIS NORRIS Thirty - six OFFICERS MEMBERS , . . . , . . ,President . . , . I , .Vice-President . . . .Secretary-Treasurer . .Faculty Adviser LIB YOUNT ANNIE RAE HEWITT DOT HUEEMAN MIRIAM SHULER WILBURN HUNSUCKER FORREST LINOEREELT LENNA PAW MILDRED AUSTIN THELMA Cox FRANCES RAYMER JACK BARRINOER LUTHER MCREE CHARLENE FISHER EDITH GILBERT CLYDE HUNSUCKER CAROL NEWBY MAKE WARLICK NEWTON HIGH SCHO THE OARDINAL 773 mi X .Q If N X E HI-LIFE STAFF ELLEN CLIFTON . DOT LONG , T IDA ERBESPIELD . BECKY EVER!-TARDT OLLO CLARK . . , HELEN MULLINAX BOBBY COCHRAN . EVELYN BOLICK . LEANDER MORRISON . , ARTHUR LACKEY . . MRS. MANN ..., . .Editor-in-Chief . ,Assistant Editor .Business Manager , , . ,Chief Printer .Assistant Printer , . . .Assistant Printer .News Brief Editor . . ,Feature Editor , . .Joke Editor . . . ,Sports Editor , ,Faculty Adviser JACK BARRINGER . . . , ,Corresponding Editor NETEEN THIRTY-SIX Page Thirty-seven THE CARDINAL LES JASEURS FRANCAIS OFFICERS FRANCES RAYMER .,.,.. ...,,,..., ..,,.,.. I 9 resident ANNIE RAE HEWITT , , . .,.. Vice-President FRED HORN ....,..... ,... T reasurer BOBBY COCHRAN .,... , I , .Secrelary HELEN MULLINAX . . . ..... Reporter MISS GOSNOLD ,......4.e.. ..., A duiser MEMBERS MILDRED AUSTIN JACK BARRINGER EVELYN BOLICR OLLO CLARK ELLEN CLIFTON ISABEL CLINE ROBERT COCHRAN THELMA COX IDA ERBESFIELD BECKY EVERHART MILTON SHARPE CHARLENE FISHER EDGAR GURLEY JOHN GUY GEORGE I-IICRS WALTEIZ LACKEY DOT LONG LEANDER MORRISON CANDIS NORRIS WALTER REINHARDT ALLEN LEE SETZER PHYSICS CLUB JUNY YOUNT .... JIM COCI-IRAN ,.... ARTHUR YOUNT . . . MR. CLAPP . . . OSCAR BOLICK MACON EPPS CARL HEWITT OFFICERS MEMBERS VVYILBURN HUNSUCKER ARTHUR LACKEY LUTHER MCREE BILLY PRICE JOEL SIMMONS Page Thirty-eight . I . ,,....... President I , . I , . . . . .Vice-President , . . .Secretary-Treasurer .,,...,...AdUl.S8F CHARLES TURNER J. R. WHISNANT GUS ARNDT JOHN CANTRELL JOE MOSS J UNY YOUNT JIM COCHRAN ARTHUR YOUNT NEWTON HIGH SCHO THE OARDINAL WE X 9' 17 b If IX QI, -I .Ad X . HOME ECONOMICS CLUB BECKY EVERHART . . . IDA ERBESPIELD . . . ELLEN CLIFTON . . DOT LONG , . , MISS FISHER . . BERTIE JONES FORREST LINGERFELT EVELYN CROWE FRANCES RAYMER OLLO CLARK IDA ERBESEIELD BECKY EVERI-IART DOT LONG ELLEN CLIFTON HELEN MULLINAX DOROTHY HUFF-MAN ELIZABETH YOUNT THELMA COX ETEEN THIRTY-SIX OFFICERS .....,.President . .Vice-President . . ....... Secretary . .. . I ...Treasurer . . . . . . , . .Faculty Adviser MEMBERS OCOEE SIGMON EVELYN BOLICK ANNIE RAE HEWITT I-IENRIETTA HUNSUCKER KATHERINE MCCREIGHT MILDRED CARPENTER EVELYN SIGMON VIOLET FLOWERS ALICE ROSE HENDRIX MILDRED AUSTIN LORENE SHERRILL LULA KATE PENDLETON ISABEL CLINE CHARLENE FISHER Page Thirty-nine TX THE CARDINAL PM If .2 f lat "ONE MAD NIGHT" Presented by the Senior Class of 1936, May l CAST OF CHARACTERS Lucille Marcy Don Cutter . , . . ,,,,.,,....,..,,. .,.. 1 DA ERBESEIELB . . .BOBBY COCHRAN John Alden . . . Priscilla ..,.. Lady Macbeth Mr. Hyde ..,.. Dr. Bunn ..,.. Artemus Burke . . . Wing ....,.,., Mrs. Finch . . . Mrs. Kluclz ...... Gertrude Finch , . . Siletto ....,,. Depression . , . ......JUNY YOUNT . .FRANCES RAYMER . . .ELLEN CLIFTON . . .GEORGE HICKS . .JACK BARRINCER ....C. M. BEATTY . .ARTHUR LACKEY ANNIE RAE HEWITT . . . . . OLLO CLARK . . . . .THELMA Cox . .ROBERT COCHRAN . BECKY EVERHART MACON EPPS . . . FRED HORN .... DOT LONG ...... . . . .Stage Manager . . . .Stage Manager . . .Business Manager HOWARD YOUNG . . . . . . . . . .Electrician IVIILDRED AUSTIN .... . . .Properly Manager EVELYN BOLICK ..... . . . .... Prompter MISS BETTY GOSNOLD . . . . . .Director BANQUET GIVEN CHAMPIONSHIP FOOTBALL TEAM Newton High School's football team, which was the l93'5 champion team in the Western North Carolina conference. and their coach, Mr. Cuurley, were guests of honor at a banquet given by the Kiwanis Club in December. Mr. Clyde Campbell was program chairman for the meeting. The following pro- gram was carried out during the evening: SONG-America. BANQUET. BRIEF BUSINESS. WELCOME TO GUESTS-T. W. Saunders, President of the Club. TALK ON ATHLETICS--Coach Gllrley. REMARKS BY MEMBERS OF THE TEAM. READING-Miss Jean Corbitt. The banquet was served by women of the Grace Reformed Church. Pageliorty NEWTON HIGH SCHO ATHLETICS ,K og 5 luv WV? I WX THE CARDINAL FOOTBALL TEAM iWestern North Carolina Conference Championsj R. N. GURLEY ....,, . RICHARD TUCKER . . . LEANDER MORRISON . , . JACK BARRINGER ..,.. JOHN CARPENTER fCaptaInT .. Gus ARNDT ........., JOHN GUY .... J. L, STOVER JIM COCHRAN . . . EARL ROBINSON .. RAY SIMS ..,.... MACON EPPS ..,,.. HERSHELL CORDELL ., CARL HEWITT ..,... . EDGAR GURLEY IAlternat' LLOYD COLEY ....,,., CARL HUFFMAN . . , JOE MOOSE .... ROBERT BOWMAN ROBERT ISENHOUR JAMES ELLER BILL SELF JIM ISENHOWER Page Forty-Iwo e Captain! SUBSTITUTES C. M. BEATTY BILL TAYLOR BILL CLINE WADE SIGMON PAUL LACKEY LEWIS WILl.IAIvIS C ouch . Manugvr . End . ,End End . End . . .Tackle ROBERT AMOS BOBBY ERVIN WATSON GABRIEL JOHN CANTRIELL JOI3 SMITH Turkle Tackle Guard Guard Guard Center Center Buch Buch Buck . Back NEWTON HIGH SCH THE CARDINAL D 9' 7r' E GIRLS'BASKETBALL TEAM R. N. GURIAEY A ,.A. Coach Dm' LONG A A A ...4 ..,., A A .Manager FRANCIQS S1-HQRRIIAIA fCaprninJ A A A A A .Center IEHCKY EVIERHARDT ...4...., A A Forward MIIADRLQD CARPENT1-512 A A A A .Forward JANICH IAITTIAQS AAAAA A A Forward Josui IA-1'1"rl.l2 A A A .Forward GIAADYS Cox AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA A A .Forward KAT112 JUAN Rowrii cAlrernare Capm A A AAAA Guard CAROL NEWBY A AAAAAA AAAAAAA AAA. G u ard VIRGINIA H12w1'1"r AA AAAA Guard ELMINA ARNDT AAAAA A A .Guard KATHERINL5 SHERRILL A A A AAAA Guard MAYMIY AIKEN WARLICK A A A A A Guard Page Forty-three ETEEN THIRTY-SIX lad!! if THE CARDINAL WWF' . 1 BOYS'BASKETBALL TEAM R. N. GURLEY ,.... RICHARD TUCKER .A.A. LLOYD COLEY QCaptainj . . . JOE MOOSE .,...,...,....... JUNY YOUNT fAlternate Capt.j . . EDGAR GURLEY ....,...,,. JOHN GUY . . . JOE HENDRIX .... JOHN CANTRELL . . . JOE Moss ....J,. CARL HUEEMAN . . . GUS ARNDT .,,.. PAUL LACKEY . . . Page Forty-four . . . , .Coach . , , .Manager . . . .Forward . . . .Forward . . .Guard . . .Guard . . . .Center . . .Substitute . , .Substitute . . .Substitute . . .Substitute . . .Substitute . . .Substitute NEWTON HIGH SCHO THE CARDINAL 17 wwrpgw eg, E BASEBALL TEAM. 1936 R. N. GURLEY ...A.., .,,.,,., .,....,.,., ,A.,....,.,. C 0 a ch RICHARD TUCKER .. .,., Manager JUNY YOUNT .. , EDGAR GURLEY . . . JOE HENDRIX . . . C. M. BEATTY 4... LEANDER MORRISON LLOYD COLEY ,,... ROBERT ISENHOUR . CARL HUEEMAN .. Gus ARNDT .,... JAMES FAIRCHILD . FRANKLIN DEAL .. JOE Moss ....... JIMMY ISENHOWER . JOHN ODUM ,,.,I,, BILL CLINE ...... BRADY HOLLAND . . LUTHER MCCRPEE . PAUL LACKEY ...I JACK BARRINGER . . WADE SIGMON .,.. BILL TAYLOR . . . ETEEN THIRTY-SIX ... ...First Base . . , .Second Base . . . ,Short Stop . . .Third Base . . . . .Catcher . . .Outrielder . . .Outfielder . . .Outrielder . . .Outfielder . . .Catcher . . . .Pitcher . . . .Pitcher . . ,Outielder . . . .Pitcher . . .Outfielder . . .Substitute . . .Substitute . . .Substitute . . ,Substitute . . .Substitute , , .Substitute Page Forty-five V 09 VW" 'ii . f lah. THE CARDINAL JOKES FRANCES RAYMER-l think 1,111 in love. DOT LONG-Don't you know? y FRANCES-NO, what is love anyway? DOT-Why it's a feeling you feel when you feel you're going to feel a feeling you never felt before. , EVELYN BOLICK-Ida, how do they make those soda straws they use in the drug store? IDA ERBESFIELD-Oh! They just wrap a piece of paper around a hole about eight inches long. O GEORGE I-IICKS fin referring to the radiatorsl-I don't see why they put that little pipe organ in this room. I never took music in my life. O MISS MOSER-lf a number of cattle is called a herd, a number of sheep a flock, what would you call a number of camels? ARTHUR LACKEY-A carton. I MACON EPPS--Telephones are great time-savers, aren't they? FRED HORN-Well, that depends upon who calls you up. O MR. RHYNE-Johnnie, are you eating candy or chewing gum? JOHN GUY-Neither one. I'm soaking a prune to eat when We change classes. O JACK BARRINGER--l'm tired of going to school. JUNY YOUNT-Why? Don't you approve of an education? JACK-Yes, but it breaks the day up so. O MR. CAMPBELL-So you want to teach school next year? Any qualifi- cations? BILLY SCHELL-I'm absent-minded. C OCOEE SIGMON-ls he a reckless Driver? LUTHER MCREE-l'll say, I-le hasn't had one in five years. COACH GURLEY-l hear your truck doesn't have a speedometer. LEE MORRISON-I don't need one. At ten miles an hour the bumper rattles, at fifteen the headlights rattle, and at twenty I rattle. Page Forty-.six NEWTON HIGH SCHO ADVERTISEMENTS 5 fb "f mm THE CARDINAI, l ll tl, M l Catawba Ice 81 Fuel Co., Inc. 0 "We Heat You in the Winter and Cool You in Summerf the J 0 Phone 3 5 4 jerome Bolick Sons Co. HIGH GRADE BoD1Es School and Commercial Bodies a Specialty Wrecked Automobiles Repaired, Etc. C CONOVER, N. C. Compliments of MH I-LIFE" Your School Paper 0 0 Be Sure to Buy a Paper Next Year THE NEXT STEP Lenoir Rhyne College Session 1936-'57 Begins Sept. 8 Summer Session, June 3 Slundurd Four-Year College for Men and Women Competent. Experienced Fdillllfy Stands for High Educational Stand- ards and High Christian Character Liberal Arts. Science. Music, Teaching, Commercial Courses Expenses Very Low Considering Advantages Offered For Catalogue or other Information Write to P. E. MONROE. President Lenoir Rhyne College HICKORY, N. C. Page Forty-eight NEWTON HIGH SCHO THE CARDINAL if ASK FOR BLUE RIDGE ICE Insurance S CREAM V Agency old A1 All Leadzng Places m The City 9 g Insurance of All Kinds LIFE - FIRE - CASUALTY Blue Ridge , Products Co. Phone 309 HICKORY, N. C. NEWTON, N. C. CARNATION Bumbargefs AND EVER READY FLOUR 9 Are The Best by Every Test A GOOD BOOK STORE IN A BE SURE AND CALL FOR GOOD TOWN THEM , Hickory Flour Mill HICKORY, N. C. HICKORY, N. C. TEEN THIRTY SIX Page Forty- I? THE CARDINAL WWF I J SOUTHERN FURNITURE COMPANY LIVING ROOMAgLcJrIiuI5II'Il!L,IlIZcIgsAI:II3 ODID CHAIRS CONOVER, NORTH CAROLINA ir i KY COmTJIin1enIIszOfV Y OI SAUNDERS' FURNITURE STORE PHONE 320 CONOVER, N. C. O O O Ei FOLINOIZRFELT DRY GOODS. NOTIONS, SHOES AND GROCERILS PHONE 209 DTMW I' Q I C.,mQQQ,wQQffQfDO D O O D SPAINHOUR'S I-IICKORY'S LEADING APPAREL STORI. "Electricity--The Seruanl in thc' Home DUKE POWER COMPANY HICKORY, N. C. Compliments of CLARENCE CLAPP AND SONS PHONE 6 QUALITY SEEDS ADD D RICLINI3 ELECTRIC AND ACETYLENE WELDING BELK-BRUMLEYSODIEIQXOIITMENT STORE NEWTON, N. C. P gfff NEWTON GH SCH THE CARDINAL I' --w15A1:rH COMES 12120114 UNDERSTANDING Deposits Insured up to 355.000 for Each Dcposxto CITIZEN'S BANK I C Center of Catawba County N h C Compliments ol' NEWTON CLEANERS AND DYERS PHONE 115 "THOSE CAREITUI. CLEANERS" ABERNETHY HARDWARE CO. "GOOD HARDWARE" I BNI! NIEWTIION, WELCOME TO H. 8: W. DRUG COMPANY Dislribtltors of the New Frigidaircs with the Meter Miser RHYNE HARDWARE COMPANY Compliments of EFIRD'S DEPARTMENT STORE HICKORY. N. C. D y Goods, Shoes. CIothing and Hats. A Full and Complete Line of Seasonabl M I d I. P crcmn isc at owesr riccs C. M. ROWE DEPARTMENT STORE om :ments of RIDGEVIECQIVDHOSIERY MILL NEWTON, N. C. Ig Ffy ETEEN TH RT SIX 'lf THE CARDINAL I 'iw filvz 1 ELL, GOOD EATS ZERO PRICES HOME STORES 'Where the Dollar Does its Duty GROCERIES MEATS E. H. YOUNT l l Clothier and Furnisher l 0 l NEWTON. N. C. l GARVIN FURNITURE COMPANY HOME FURNISHERS Everything for the Home C.'On1p.'in7I'nls ul' N THE NEWTON GLOVE MANUFACTURING CO. l R. C. Vitmf Radio ' NEWTON, N. C. COTTON GLOVES l Y W Y N MCCREIGHT HERMAN-SIPE 8: CO. N FUNERAL HOME INC- l I General Contractors NEWTCN' N' C' Building Materials Phone 84 Conover. N. C. Phone 2613 i E E E E E l NEWTON DEPT STORE YOUNG MEN's SHOP ' i "THE HOME STORE" Q1-lallify Clothes i ' Complete Outfitters for the whole W f 'l . N ' . l '. W'lli su - ami y cwest sly es I ng lp Exclusive But Not Expensive porter of all athletic activities in high school. NEWTON AND HICKORY .JOE ERBESIIIISLD Newton Page Fifty-two NEWTON HIGH SCH THE OARDINAL 72 Nvvrfd I COMPLIMENTS OF J NEWTON OBSERVER LUCY LOU SHOPPE J W. C. RAYMER I TAYLOR'S I I CENTRAL DRUG STORE - CARLOS W. MURRAY, REGISTER OF DEEDS WAGONER JEWELRY STORE I R. L. MCCREE DRUM FUNERAL HOME EAGLES 5 AND 10 AND 25 CENT STORE PIEDMONT GAS COMPANY J YOUNT LUMBER COMPANY H. 81 W. SERVICE STATION BOLICK SERVICE STATION J WAGNER COAL COMPANY NEWTON BONDED WAREHOUSE SANITARY GROCERY COMPANY J JUDGE WILSON WARLICK STATESVILLE GROCERY COMPANY NEWTON FLORAL SHOPPE J. D. COCHRAN, JR. 1 L- LLEE,T,E gig NEWTON, N. C. SCOTT STUDIO LENOIR, N. C. N U-WAY LAUNDRY AND DRY CLEANERS PHONE 100 NEWTON, N. C. ETEEN THIRTY-SIX Page Fifty-three YK THE CARDINAL I I T MORETZ SL Co. I ARNDTJJEAL I Dry Goods. Shoes, Ready-to N Weaf for Economical Tra sparlafinn T "On the Square" ' I W NEWTON, N. C. I ?"+ T "The Home of Better Values" Phgne 64 Newton, N, C, , I ' WILFONG S 1 I PATRONIZE 5 AND 10 AND 25 CENT STORE I ADVERTISERS "Value is All We Sell" ' If T ET E T ENGRAVING BY CHARLOTTE ENGRAVING COMPANY CHARLOTTE, N. C. PRINTING AND BINDING BY OBSERVER PRINTING HOUSE, INC. CHARLOTTE, N. C. 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