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

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Y . .. --.-.. ,-.,. -,wr --.-.. fe v :-: -1 '- - '-r-1-n-P--n-cv -' -i-'ff'-7 -W Y-- f' Page Two .NUM Lx A 1 ' M K' life -gfiffd "' ' K Q7 FOREWORD WE, the Annual Staff of '38, have striuen to present the true, enjoyable aspect of life in Newton High, portraying both scholastic and extra-curricula activities. Realizing that we haue probably made mistakes in our journey through Newton High, we hope that the future students may seek greater heights. It is with a feeling of apprehension and hope that we present THE CARDINAL of the Class of '3 8. V: ,,., ml ,J ., , , .fs ., ,., ' 1 ' ' A - - ,, -W Y ,T 11 ,- ti L ift-1 4115 t f iwexmeee I ips ",, ' ie, K, 7 . dsx, ' - --,Y A..-,?f. ' ' 1 -O W' ' 4- ,'ir.QAss't-. 1 Ydkbx --nnasidfi DEDICATICHXT With a ine sense of cornradeship and friendliness, we, the Class of '38, respectfully dedicate this annual to one in whorn we have utmost confidence-RUPUS L. RHYNE, Prin- cipal and friend. Page Th QNINETEEN THIHTY-EMT yt li'-W-,W-WW 7 l ,Ji-' I , . A Gil I ' ' fx- ,L Y l V ,QI l w liifxlf ' " 1' 5 Y -eMe--- e e- ee f y. ,--e-fA- f r fe, ,, X U , .f Lg-QL --,, i - ,' , mei, 7- 1 -' - ,gf NM.,...-I : , 'f ' 17 Yg -' T y nb' 1 Li,,,L..l School Song Faithful and ever loyal, We will boost our dear 'ole Hi. Let every heart sing, Let every voice ring. There's no time to grieve or sigh. But ever onward, our course pursuing. Let defeat ne'er our ardor cool. For, united, we will boost our dear 'ole Newton Hi. Senior Class Song Farewell, dear Newton Hi. The school we all have loved so dearly. Your name, as years roll by, Will bring sweet memories. And now, dear Newton Hi, Just take the ones we leave behind us, And by your efforts try to make them fill our place. It's sad to leave you now, and go our parting waysg But as the world goes on, We each must take our place. Now we must say goodbye to you and all the friends we're leaving Goodbye, dear Newton Hi, We say farewell to You. Page Four By VERNICE STOVER va? -.....,,--..,f it my lm . l l .I .. l lDrL1tLLr1 4- 'TL- L T 'VW if: - , ,.,s4Kf6'xN QQ? WL Sl!! ,- 44,-r' 0 N FACULTY I NENETEEN TEHIHTY-EIGHT I I X I 3 1 .Ji V ,y If , ,,, ,,,,,,,, ,,?,,,, , L, L Y- . 3 FYI I I I -LW .- I X I -,xx , . " . 7. .- W Ki' V Y -u,,JL.:fg:,,1 rt .,,, ,-., ' K TJLQP' R. N. GURLEY Superintendent LELIA SHORE. . . LLOYD LITTLE . , . FRANCES HALL . FRANK CLAPP . SARA WELLS . . Page Six F' -...pf MASTON PARHAM ., .. N . I I I' RRL' . - I -' . fit, ' 1' n 'Zin ' Faculty . . . ,French, Librarian, Mathematics History, Civics, Science . ........... English . .. . . . . .Science . . .EngIish, Latin SARAH FISHER EUGENE GABRIEL ...... KATHLEEN L. YOUNG .... HELEN GABRIEL .. R, I... RHYNE Principal English, French . . . .Mathematics Home Economics . Social Sciences English, Physical Geography . . . ,Secretary 1 sw -K: H1 W ,Q '1 r 5, 1 H, ,. I I i f-I wmrfw 4-M--mmnwn . . . .. L. ,..t ..,. .. .. .. If L WIS' fl' 5 7' Nlifswr Rx . J.. MW ed I fmipfj WTAQN 'W' f X' 'Sr .c Q A nf , 4, ZZ 5 A rm 41 0 f 1 4 ' an Q Z'7'i SENICDRS 1 NINETEEN ffmuw-mmm E' rr 'wry f 4 K ' fn 1' VF. ' ,tl I Y ji, JI 2' ,fr 2, QIQMQX A M ? X, 3, Q, I , 45' J,-14" 1 '1 -1: 1 . fc'-as-new 15333, Senior Class Qfficers PHILIP MOOSE . . . PAUL LACKEY .... MAKE WARLICIC , . . MATILDA ZIMTBAUM FLOWER: Pansy MOTTO: "Be the labo Page Eight . . . . . .President . . , . . . . ,Vice-President . . , ,Secretary and Treasurer . , . ............... Mascot , COLORS: Purple and Gold r great or small, do it well or not at all.'J 1 llmwmisif 5. Q- .. J. .i 5 ' dm! x l. l fm l .J '?s...., 'A ESTHER HAZEL ADAMS "SuzIE" "I'm .vo sm'ry." Home Economics Club '37g Glee Club '35g Les Jaseurs Francais '38, MARGARET ELMI NA ARNDT "Mum" "D0n,'t mind meg I'm just here.",. Monogram Club '3S: Beta Club '3Sg Circulation Manager of CAR- UINAL T485 Junior Play '37g Glee Club '35g Scribblers Club '37, H383 Sec- retary-Treasurel' '373 Assistant Ecli- tor Hi-Life '38g Vice-President Home Economics Club '37: Les Jaseurs Franqais '38g Basketball '35, '36, '37, 'SSQ Alternate Captain '37g Cap- tain '38g Librarian '38g Cheer Leader '57, '383 Chief '38. EVELYN BEATRICE AMOS HBH "Lib and I had' a gvand time last night." Home Economics Club '373 Scrib- blers Club '38g Les Jaseurs Fran- cais 238. GEORGE EDWARD BAKER "BAKER" "Now that ':ua.m't me, lllr. Gabriel." 'AM Q 1 BIARGARET VIRGINIA BOLICK V "1lfIAncARlz1"' "Wait a Min-utc, GIad."' Scrihblers Club 238: Home Econ- omics Club '38g Glee Club '35g Bas- ketball '35g Les Jaseurs Francais '38. SARAH HELENE BOLLINGER "SARAH" "Now GIarly.r." Librarian '38: Les Jaseurs Fran- Qais X383 Beta Club '38g Most Cour- teous '3S. ETHEL WILMA BOWMAN liBOWMAN'l "l'm ready lo go maxi any time now." Glee Club '35g Scribblers Club '38. GLADYS MERIDITH CANIPE "Smoky" "Good Night!" -9 Glee Club 'SSQ Librarian H385 Les -"' Jaseurs Francais '385 Scribblers Club '38g Most Ambitious '38. N-J ff' .-S-'fi' Page N me I llllllETEEN 'llllBTll-Ellllll I v -.--as---u 1 W 'Y ' '-. -,:f'e 2111. ':' 1 - l N! 1'-Tv'-U' Page Ten i 'ill' .l ,V -. 19 s 7 ll i 'illwx ..- ...,-- , ,- l Af . 5 l I Tw. I" il' ' ' 'lib ff ' j' ' pf. QT.-. ' "gs 1' " 215' Y. 'l 'iff ' 'i 'V X'-V55 -.V i vc , LCJXQGMLLIZ. , . gf-Q..-fl . i QQ' U L LOIS CHRISTINE CLARKE ".l.o'r'rns" "I'll :ell candy today." Lenoir '35, Scribblers Club '38, Wittiest '38, DORIS TOVVNSEND CLINE uD0Tn " Wake 11 fr 1HlCOHSCi0N.f."' Monogram Club '38, Senior Play '38, Business Manager of CARDINAL '38, Prompter Junior Play '37, Treasurer Beta Club '37, '38, Assis- tant Manager Basketball '37, Man- ager '38, Scribblers '37, '38, Presi- dent Home Economics Club '37, Li- brarian '38, Glee Club '35, Les Jaseurs Francais '38, Cutest '38, Assistant Printer of Hi-Life '38. MARION BUTLER COOK "BuT'rmzcuP" "The Illodvl Airplane Club lllcets Today." Beta Club '37, '38, Junior Mar- shal '37, Model Airplane Club '38a Most Ambitious '38, GLADYS IUANITA COX "GLAD" "Oh, and I though! l'r1 alia." Cilce Club '35, Scribblers Club '37, '38, Home Economics Club '38, Basketball '35 '36, '37, '38, Mono- gram Club '38, Les Jaseurs Fran- qais '38, ROBERT LEE ERVIN "BonnY" "Stick your ln-cad out the window, Taylor, feet first." Assistant Editor of CARDINAL '38, lst term, Editor-in-Chief of CARUINAL '38, 2nd term, Chief Printer of I-li-Life '38, Seribblers Club '38, Football '35, '36, '37, Basketball '35, '36, '37, Baseball '36, '37, Les Jaseurs Frangais '38, Beta Club '38, Most Original '38, Vlfittiest '38, Most Influential '38, Friendliest '38, Sgnior Play '38, Monogram Club '3 . JOSEPH PRESTON FLOVVERS uJ-Dan "I just c0uldn't get here on time." Beta Club '38, Les Jaseurs Fran- cais '38, Junior Marshal '37, Most Courteous '38. WVATSON RHYNE GABRIEL "WATT" "You all will llazfe your pirturcx made today." Photograph Editor of CARDINAL '38, Model Airplane Club '38, Band '35, Beta Club '38, Football '35, Scribblers Club '38. THELMA M. GOODMAN "'l'11r:I.MA" "Do you 'wont to advertise the ball game?" Glee Club '35, Home Economics Club '37, Scribblers Club '38, Bas- ketball '3S, Les Jaseurs Francais '38. .-.g, '-le, -, ,H . 'fs--' H.-.Q Y, X9 if W 'nf - 'fIiH. 1"7 in , .352-gate, gi: -ga--Timm. , -5 , 1 lar'-rv -K if '4fg,-fffu i,"2f.Sir., 9- 'I ' 7 - :gig .-.mp 'r ., : A 3 iw: Y lfl -.szremav '::fe-ara.-W . is l. 'a-C' ' 'K a ,L-asc ' ,J .-nav 5-. A 2 Tlllg twill ga - M' M . '-xr 5' 4 X wr rt we ZELPHIA HUGHEY GRIGGS "Zuni-im" "Wlmrc'.v Crowder? Have you all soon Crowder!" Beta Club '37, Librarian '38, Junior Marshal '37, Junior Play '37, Scribblers Club '38, Editorain-Chief of CARDINAL '38, lst term. DOROTHY E. HEWITT uDoTn "Thelma and I are going." Glcc Club '35, Home Economics Club '37, Scribblers Club '38, Bas- ketball '35, Les Jaseurs Francais '38. ELLA VIRGINIA HEWITT HJINKU "Mr, Gabriel, when do we have another ball game?" Senior Play '38, Les Jaseurs Francais '38, Feature Editor of CARDINAL '38, Junior Play '37, Beta Club '37, '38, Librarian '38, Class Editor of Hi-Life '38, Glee Club '35, Scribblers Club '37, '38, Bas- MILLARD BRADY HOLLAND NBUDH "Michigan bound." Baseball '35, '36, '37, Class Sec- retary and Treasurer '36, Football '35, '37, Scribblers Club '38, Most Dignitied '38, Monogram Club '33. CARL MURRAY HUFFMAN KKBULLJI "So you want to play." Y '2 Q Junior Play '37, Football '33, '34, '35, '36, '37, Scribblers Club '38, Les Jaseurs Franqais '38, Best Look- ing '38, Glee Club '35, Senior Play '38, Baseball '34, '35, '36, '37, Cap- tain '37, Basketball '34, '35, '36, '37, '38, Monogram Club '38, JAMES ROBERT HEWITT .-Roni, "Well, I dir! not ilxink it would be that." Beta Club '37, '38, Junior Mar- shal '37, Electrician Junior Play '37, Class Orator '38. ketball '35, '36, '37, '38, Class Rc- porter '37 3 Chief Junior Marshal '37, Home Economics Club '37, Valedictorian '38, Class Grumble l' '38, Monogram Club '38, All Con- ference '37. JONAS CRAIG HILTON "UNCLE" "Quit your lJIlvggl1Ivg.', Junior Play '37. JAMES PHILO ISENHOWER "Jimmie" "Tlzal'.r all right. Don't toll her." Football '35, '36, '37, Captain '37, Baseball '35, '36, '37, Class Presi- dent '36, Scribblers Club '38, Most Popular '38, Best-all-Round '38, Best Sport '38, Most Personality '38, Monogram Club '38. Q Nlrrlru ulrrr-usllrl i,v...- .I 1 ,.-1.. C55- . W! l I l l in .-..l, ,SIL W9 : -'l lil I M , '. 'X W, 4 I '-",f' 3 Y. 'Mya I ,fn mJ,fQj,:f' ,f , , , -l i "f , 'Scif j l R OBERT EARL KEEVER nBD.n "'l'l1 .vvn you later." Scriliblcrs Club '38, Football '3-lg Les Jilseurs Frzmqais '38. CYNTHIA M. KENNIMER "M.umus" "I waszfl lnlking in, Sociology." Glec Club '35, Home Economics Club '37, Scribblcrs Club '38. VVILLIAM PAUL LACKEY ...rwmn "Move DZIGT, Clmm." - Assistant Advertising Manager of CARDINAL '38, Juninr Play '37, Joke Editor of H17-Life '37, Football '34, '35, '36, '37: Scribblcrs Club '37, '38, Class Vice-President '38, Bas- ketball '36, '37, '38, Baseball '36, '37, Senior Play '3S:,,Vice-President Monogram Club '38, Les Jaseurs Franqais '5S. XVILLIAM LEE LEFEVERS, IR. , "VV, L." "I came in an the bus." ITAZET. ROS E LACKEY MARY ALICE LAVVING "I'lAZEH "ALL1xz" "'Anrl .rn zines Sara Bess." n " . . . and ':f1cc1'ally .vt-u,0.' Bzxskctball '35: Glec Club '35, Glee Club '35, Scribblers Cluh Junior Plny '37, Scribblers Club '37, '38, Les Iascurs Frruiqais '3S. '37, '38, Assistant Society Editor of Hi-Lift '38, Biggest Flirt '38, Joke Editor of Hi-Life '38, Senior Play '38 T' SARA BESS LACKEY "Blass" "Oli, tl1at's .ro darling." Glcc Club '35, '37, Class Re- porter '35, '37, '38: Scribhlers Club '37, '38, Basketball '35, Best FORREST LEONARD LAXVING HFORRESTU "Robert, someImn'y'.v calling you." ,hal Scribblers Club '38. 'L"F'-- Dressed '38, Class Historian '38, Dccl:u11ation '36. Page Twelve ,.. .7 ,,. , l 'Till' Ulllmllllll l up l , , l - ..- .4 N' L -LLL A JU iv! MN :als-.-lEi,, - 4-.. ,,,.. r 1, L5 L., .7 4gGXb '., -V nv .-" u 2 f' ' 'xt' '-Sk ' bales MARY ALICE LINGERFELT "MARY ALICE" "Oh my 1ncrcy." Librarian '38, Scribblers Club '38, JANICE EVELYN LITTLE HJANU "Well, Josie, 1'm St1ulyiug." Clee Club '35, Basketball '35, '36, 37, '38, Scribblers Club '37, '38, Treasurer '38, Beta Club '37, '38, Class Secretary and Treasurer '36, Les Iaseurs Francais '38, Class Prophet '38, Class Reporter '35, Monogram Club '38, JOSIE VAN LITTLE "TWIN" "fan.z'cc, naw you Iravxc got to study." Glee Club '35, Scribblers Club '37, '38, Secretary '38, Class President '36, Class Secretary and Treasurer '37, Beta Club '37, '38, Vice-Presi- dent '38, Basketball '35, '36, '37, '38, Les Jaseurs Frauqais '38, Most Dignified '38, Class Reporter '35, Monogram Club '38. GEORGE WESLEY MARTIN, Jn. 'KTINTZH "Right this way, please." YVALTER CARR MA UNEY "Wa1.'r" "Pm parlicular 'who I ga 'wifllf' Band '35, Most Attractive '38, Best Dressed '38, ROBERT S. MCCR EIGHT "Bourn"' "F had io :vo-rk yesterday." Laziest '38, HAROLD CLINE MCGEE "Fianna" "IIi,I1o 1lIrGer:, tl1u!'.r me." Glee Club '35, Stage Manager Iunior Play '37, Band '35, Les ,Iaseurs Francais '38. PHILIP ANTHONY MOOSE 'LPIIILU "The meeting will now fame la order." Most Reliable '38, Most Loyal '38, Art Editor nf CARDINAL '38, Class President '37, Class President '38, President of Scribblers Club '38, Beta Club '37, 38, Secretary '38, Junior Marshal '37, Art Editor ut' Hi-Life '38, Les Jascurs Francais '38, Most Sincere '38, Most Tal- ented '38, Most Studious '38. I NINETEEN THlBTll-EIGHT I I K l All' fi - '-r-nerr---r in ,f 1, .- 1 i. l Page Fourteen ,MH L., BRADY WILSON MULLINAX "TY COBB" "Let's play Bavwak at wright." Stage Manager Junior Play '37, Baseball '35, '36, '37, Basketball '36, '37, '38, Monogram Club '38, Foot- ball '35. MARGARET REINHARDT PACE ".blARKlE" "Somebody simply must sell randy." Senior Play '38, Assistant Editor of CARDINAL '38, 2nd term, Class Editor of CARDINA1. '38, Junior Play '37, Editor-in-Chief of Hi-Life '38, Beta Club '37, '38, Scribblers Club '37, '38, Librarian '38, Glee Club '35, Basketball '35, Home Economics Club '37, Candy Manager '38, Les ,Taseurs Francais '38, Most Influen- tial '38, Most Reliable '38, Most Loyal '38. DOROTHY LOUISE PAYNE "Dono1'Hy" "Have you all .wen the paper?" Laziest '38. KATHRYNE LOUISE PRICE UKATH "Don't talk so .rrueel about -il." Librarian '38, Glue Club '35, Home Economics Club '37, Scrib- lllers Club '38, Basketball '35, Band '35, Most Talented '38, Les Jaseurs Francais '38. ,lil ..,X if 9?- 4.t,, W,-fu, ' " ll lr' ,... 'fix , I 3, u .l..1, l ,V J 'E l 1 l Ny., sf 1 i ALLEN LEE SETZER HSCISSORSJ' "I just can-'t rome bark :wrt year." Noisiest '36, Les Jaseurs Fran- qais '36, CHARLES RALPH SETZER UDUFU "Dorothy wants the paper." FRANCES ELLEN SETZER "Sunny" "Wha's that? Wll1at's that? W'hat happened?" Beta Club '36, '37, Glee Club '35, Assistant Editor of Hi-Life '38, Scribblers Club '37, '38, Vice-Presb dent '38, Basketball '35, Junior Marshal '37, Wh0's Who Editor of Hi-Life '38, Secretary-Treasurer of Les Iaseurs Francais '38, Friend- liest '38, Senior Play '38, CURTIS RANDOLPH SHARPE HCURTH "Hand 'me that paper." Seribblers Club '38, Football '34, '37, Basketball '38, Monogram Club '38, Les Iaseurs Francais '38. iii' ' "1 " T' 'T ' ,, ,,- , l I , ,V N It l I 'ill lj fi ri if ,L if: , -- l E as 4 ---W - -- --W Y --.a--- if -i:.n Nb? 'l'E:w. rx: 3' V. . 'N NWN. KATHERINE R. SHERRILL HKATU "We had more fun our the baskcibull trips." Glee Club '35, Basketball '35, '36, '37, '38, Prompter Junior Play '37, Home Economics Club '37, Scrib- blers Club '38, Les Jaseurs Frau- qais '38, Best Sport '38, Most Athletic '38, Monogram Club '3S. WADE HAMPTON SIGMON, JR. "VVAm-1" "I d1'lL'I ri saying." Assistant Circulation Manager of CARDINAL '38, Junior Play '37, Football '35, '36, '37, Glee Club '35, Scribblers Club '37, '38, Society Editor of Hi-Life '38, Basketball '35, '36, '37, '38, Baseball '36, '37, Les Iaseurs Francais '38, Senior Play '38, Monogram Club '38. FREIDA FRANCES SIMMONS 'KFREIDAI' "Did you say ten tems?" Librarian '38, Scribblers Club '38. OSCAR OLNEY SIMMONS "Oscar," "Aw quit." Librarian '3S. FRANCES ADELTA SMITH HDEEH "And I'VI11'.v' I thonglzt die I would." Home Economics Club '37, Scrib- blers Club '38, Best Looking '38, JOSEPH DANIEL SMITH HSMITTYU "I-IHI1? Oli ycnl1,' I think yzm'-rt' pretty too." Football '34, '35, '36, '37, Base- ball '36, '37, Les Iaseurs Francais '38, Cutest '38, Most Athletic '38, Monogram Club '38, WILMA GERTRUDE SMITH "lfVILMA" "That'.s' what I think." Home Economics Club '38, Scrib- 'QI' blers Club '38, VERNICE CLAUDINE STOVER "V1aRN1clz" "Yon ruff! xtop mv from dreaming." Beta Club '37, '38, Junior Mar- shal '371 Scribblers Club '38, News Editor of Hi-Life '38, President Les Jaseurs Francais '38, Salutatoriau '38, Most Original '38, Most Sin- cere '38, Most Studious '38. N NINETEEN THIRTY-EIEHTI , f',,,v,,f. 1 I ,y. , ll , lf, ,' f.l!f'?lz'.,:,'5Kc5 "-U7 '-XX'-1, I l l -1- - '- 404- V Rilxjjgsxllf ' 'sr if' 'QW , I :T .'iL2lB.fLfl!fi1'3K tfllglll ' I J V . , V 4' ,' X Z, ff, f l f 232232151 by XVI LL l ABI EA R L TAYLOR 'Q -gn-.. ik Page Sixteen "BILL" "Boy, .vl1r'.r 1'z'ar1y." Junior Play '37, Glue Club '35, Assistant Sports Editor of Hi-Life '38, Football '34, '35, '36, '37, Base- lmll '35, '36, '37, Scrihblers Club '37, '38, Basketball '35, '36, '37, '38, Band '35, Les Jaseurs 1'n.xlhgaL.: '38, Class Grumblcr '38, Biggest Flirt '38, Class Testsitor '38, Senior Play '38, Mouogrzun Club '38, MAYME AIKEN VVARLICK "MAKE" "Now, Mr. Bl0'itl'fl1HIl." lvluuogram Club '38, Senior Play '38, Most Personality '38, Most Pupulzn' '38, Best-All-Round '38, Advertising Mznmger of CARDINAL '38, Assistant Printer of Hx'-Life '38: Beta Club '37, '38, President '38, Bus-:kctlmll '35, '36, '37, Class Secretary :md Treasurer '38, Class Vice-President '37, Librarian '38, Glue Club '35, Corresponding Editor of I-l'r'-Lifn' '38, Scribblcrs Club '36, '37, '38, Cheer Leader '38, President Home Economics Club '38, Junior Play '37, Les ,Taseurs Francais '38, HELEN LORENE NVHISNANT "Wins" . and 'wr' jus! hollered and lfIllUIl6'd.n V Glec Club '35, Junior Marshal '37, Scribblers-Club '38, Business Man- ager of Hx-Life '38, Home Economics Club '37, Beta Club '37, '38', Vice- Presiclent Les Jaseurs Francais '38, Most Attractive '3S. HOWARD W1 W1-IISNANT "How.xnn" "You 'U1'Ilui11." I l GEORGE GLENN YOUNG "RABBIT" "W'a.m't it g-0-a-rl?" Glee Club '35, Scribblers Club '38, Les Iaseurs Franqais '38, HAZEL EDITH YOUNG rssxsn "I bel yrm did." Glee Club '35, Home Economics Club '37, Beta Club '37, '38, Scrib- blers Club '38, Basketball '35, '36, Les Jaseurs Francais '38, HOVVARD ROY YOUNT HROYH "I d0ll'f know 'wlmflzer I will join J-5 the army or nat." LAWRENCE ADRIAN YOUNT "L, A." "Is anybody .felling candy up at ills other building?" .,..1 . lim fwgufu l i 1, .ll C' .. -L :. .i'4..'.:. Q.: 5 i I ,NX 1 4 E 1 ' ' M-if 1' 'I r... 5, , I , . 1-H '17 ,fi Clardinal Staff BOBBY ERVIN ...... Asst. Editor, Ist Term BOBBY ERVIN. . .Editor-in-Chief, 2nd Term MARGARET PACE. .Asst. Editor, Znd Term MARGARET PACE ......,..,. Class Editor DORIS CLINE .......... Business Manager VIRGINIA HUITT .......,, Feature Editor ELMINA ARNDT ....., Circulation Manager WADE SIGMON. . MAKE WARLICK ...,, Advertising Manager PAUL LACKEY. . .Assl. Advertising Manager PHILIP MOOSE ...,.,.,.....v Ar! Editor WATSON GABRIEL ..... Photograph Editor MISS SHORE ............ Faculty Adviser ZELPHIA HUGHEY GRIGGS, .Editor-in-Chief Ist Term QStopped Schoolj . Asst. Circulation Manager Page Seventeen WINWHENWWNHWU I'-A W TT" 'TAI l 525 I 1 A ' lj'- , -X... v ,As . X. , ..-. B ran, ,,,1,r,A,,,s If ,Av W C ,M f f l .':--F-fs. 1 -,V-,L, . 3. .:,u,Af3-1-, . V '--,V lrczi-J' , Lf,5,.!,!f' P -fr , rM ,i Senior Class History A long, but interesting game is now slowly but surely coming to an end. For four seemingly short years, we, the Seniors of Newton High, have played this game-sometimes willingly and happily, sometimes the opposite, but never- theless, we have played it. At the finish, we are all just a little sad and perhaps some are a trifle regretful on account of the way we have played at times. This memorable game began in the year 1934. In September, one hundred and fifteen Freshmen generously arrayed the halls and classrooms of Newton High School. Contrary to the fact that Freshmen are supposedly very "green", the members of this group seemed to know their way around-much to the chagrin of the Upper Classmen. We were coached by Mr. Barkley, Mr. Rhyne, and Mr. Southerland, with Robert Amos as our chosen captain at this, the start- ing point. The girls' basketball team won the Western North Carolina cham- pionship this year. the football team also gaining fame. By the time the school term ended in May, the majority of us had mastered the usual required subjects and could no longer be termed Freshmen, either "green" or otherwise. Thus ended the First Quarter. The second quarter began with the number of players decreased to seventy- five. However, we were consoled by the fact that we were entering a brand new school building. Josie Little, under the leadership of Mr. Gurley and Mrs. Mann, led us to victory this year. Incidentally, the football team was also vic- torious. Then May again rolled around marking the end of the half. With the beginning of the second half, we, or rather sixty-eight of us, had become Juniors. We accomplished outstanding feats this year, giving one of the most elegant Junior-Senior banquets in the history of Newton High. To do this We sold refreshments at football games and sponsored the play, "Call Me Mike." Our Class rings also were pronounced exceptional. It was this year that the football team won the championship, together with both the boys' and girls' basketball teams. A national honorary Beta Club was organized in our school too, during 1937. We gave the credit of bringing this portion of the game to such a successful conclusion to Miss Gainey and Miss Fisher, helped of course, by Philip Moose. Now it will soon be time for the last quarter to end. This year Mr. Cuurley has succeeded Mr. Campbell as our Superintedent and Mr. Rhyne has been made principal. The Class has again chosen Philip Moose as leader, and is being ably advised by Miss Shore and Miss Hall. Under this supervision we are again ac- complishing outstanding tasks. We are publishing the Hi-Life semi-monthly, and are also making possible this, the fifth edition of the CARDINAL. For this latter purpose we are selling candy and giving a Senior play, "Romance in a Boarding House." The contributions of business firms in Newton, Conover, and Hickory have also aided this publication. This year, the football team barely missed winning another championship, with the girls' basketball team successfully coming through on top. This ne'er-to-be-forgotten game is now ending, and we, the Seniors of Newton High, are, we think, the victors. Whether, after we have parted, we will continue to be such, no one knows, but Classmates, always remember, it's the way you play the game that counts. SARA Brass LACKEY, Historian. Page Eighteen w T...-3 ..F,y,,.,,,,.,,, 1 'Vll la lf fi 24 G-' 0 it ll ,I e -Q ran uriiriasilc - TT eerie- lr fs x fl, F NSN. ' it " wi1'iSQli:l'x WRX-l'w sg? Class Prophecy On the night of February 25, 1938, I was looking through the ads in the beauty magazine Charming. The picture of Prince Ali Bendo caught my eye. He was standing between Amos and Andy. My eye lids fluttered, and suddenly I saw Prince Ali Bendo in person before me. He was holding his glass crystal in his hand and beckoned me to come to him. I went, and he pointed his finger towards his crystal, saying: "Behold the world ten years hence." As I steadied my nerves and looked into the right of the crystal, I found Esther Adams sitting up late studying, so that she could teach her first grade pupils. I looked still farther to the right and saw something moving like lightning. It was Elmina Arndt playing professional basketball with the New York Light- ning Streaks. I winked my eyes: surely there was no smoke: but I saw Beatrice Amos with a smoking cake in her hand. She was running from someone. It was Bill Taylor, who had a very greedy look in his eyes. My eyes bulged this time as I looked. There was George Baker standing on the summit of Baker's Mountain gazing at the iron ore which he had re- cently discovered. A car stopped suddenly and out jumped Curtis Sharpe, star reporter for The Newton Morning Post, who, seeking an interview, had brought state geologist, Joe Smith, to determine the exact amount of iron in the ore. I switched my gaze to the left and beheld a great string of beauty salons. Upon close inspection, I found these salons made up the main street of Beauty- ville. I looked in each window and found the first salon operated by Margaret Bolick, the second by Sara Bess Lackey with Hazel Lackey's next door. Farther down the street I found Adelia Smith's joining Helen Whisnant's, followed by Dorothy Hewitt's and Thelma Goodman's. Then came Vernice Stover's. After seeing many beautiful women leave the salons and go up the street to their homes, I realizelcl that I had seen enough beauty to last me for awhile, so I looked to the nort . There I saw a multitude of people in Newton's new Municipal Amphi- theater listening to Miss Katherine Price and her violin, accompanied at the piano by Miss Sara Bollinger. Miss Gladys Cox, metropolitan opera star, sang be- tween the numbers. These young ladies are on a concert tour of the country. Suddenly my head began to swim and I saw the Catawba General Hospital Inc. Just to the right was the Nurses' new home, on the porch of which Miss Gladys Canipe, the famous technician from Newton, was reading Miss Ethel Bowman's weekly article on housekeeping which appears in Mr. Joe Elower's House Wives magazine. I turned Prince Ali Bendo's crystal around and saw speeding along the highway, one of the lovely new Clarke busses, which was being driven by Mr. Paul Lackey. This new bus line of Miss Lois Clarke is the only franchise owned and managed by a lady in North Carolina. I cocked my head and gazed again. There was the great flying ambulance "Health" soaring away to the East on a mission of mercy. This route is from Chicago to New York. Looking closer, I saw nurses, Margaret Pace and Doris Cline, conversing with co-pilot, L. A. Yount. Page Nineteer' 1 lmirrtrii THIRTY-Elfllll il .x I E.. .L l -QQ T9 W Qi ii A-1 .. .ii i ' l 'QR .L . . . -?.,.---,L - , V, , mfxwvi. L. LIL., 1 , i , .J g.. 1. N' M kv., fx, -. 'TY i I i l Closing one eye, I looked and saw M.. B. Cook and Robert Huitt accepting positions in the HU. S. Naval Dept. from the honorable Forrest Lawing, who is in charge of the designing and modeling department of the Navy. I looked deep into the crystal and saw a cloud of large red bubbles. Bobby Ervin, the great chemist of Duke University, was giving a man-made produc- tion of the Aurora Borealis. Mr. Ervin had a copy of the world's most famous picture of the Aurora Borealis, taken by Watson Gabriel for the National Geo- graphic magazine. which he put on exhibit with his production for comparison. A little to one side, I saw two familiar faces. They were Virginia I-Iuitt and Katheryn Sherrill, who were discussing sending their new modern history book to Mr. Brady Holland for publication. As I looked I saw a little boy go into the A. and P. store in Startown. He went straight up to Walter Mauney, the manager, to buy a stick of candy with a penny, which Mr. Ralph Setzer, a prosperous farmer of that section had given him. This store had just been completed carrying out the orders of Mr. Craig Hilton, business manager of the A. and P. stores. I switched the crystal around again and saw Commander Carl Huffman of Port Bragg conversing with the first lieutenant, Roy Yount. They were com- paring the bids of Robert Keever, W. L. Lefevers, George Martin, and Howard Whisnant, who were representatives of their respective construction companies. I looked to the south of the crystal and saw Mr. Jimmie Isenhower, the great cotton wizard of Conover, instructing his cotton buyers, Mr. Glenn Young. Allen Lee Setzer and Oscar Simmons to buy 100,000 shares of stock each in the cotton market. This made the price of cotton boom skyward and I saw Robert McCreight selling his shares and retiring. As I gazed to the southeast I observed a large spacious restaurant. I peered in the window and saw Miss Mary Alice Lingerfelt, owner and manager of the concern, checking the money in the cash register. Miss Mary Alice Lawing. her hostess. was talking to Philip Moose about his world famous picture, the "Lone Moose". Miss Dorothy Payne and Miss Marjanelle Kenimer, waitresses, were taking it ea-sy, by sitting in the back of the room. I shook my head to clear my vision, but to no avail. I saw Josie Little and Frances Setzer among a group of vacationists swimming in the surf at Miami Beach. As Miami Beach faded away, I saw Wilma Smith and Freida Simmons be- fore a newspaper office. planning some bills and posters to have printed for Miss Edith Young's campaign for mayor in the coming election. The crystal grew cloudy and then cleared in time for me to see Make War- lick board the transport plane from Newton to Miami Beach. Miss Warlick was met by Mr. Brady Mullinax, dancing supervisor of the Beach, who pre- sented her with a contract to teach a dancing school once a week in Miami. Miss Warlick plans to fly back and forth each week for her school. My head began buzzing slightly, so I looked again while I could, and saw Harold McGee, manager of the Home Stores, and Wade Sigmon, pharmacist for the City Pharmacy, discussing their old school days in Newton Hi. The buzzing in my head increased and then disappeared. I opened one eye, and to my surprise saw lying in my lap, the Charming magazine open at the picture of Amos and Andy and Prince Ali Bendo. J ANICE LITTLE, Class Prophet. Page Twenty m 'v W ri 1' -'J T. nf -1- if ll ' l Lf l. l ll! L 9 - --- -- .ffm . -yy? , FK- , lx, f sly-...at --- -fef2"'LP-A .. um N XSS Senior Class Will We, the Senior Class of '38, realizing our High School days are over and wishing none of our talents to be lost, do hereby make it known to all concerned, that this is our last will and testament: To the school board, superintendent, and members of the faculty, we wish to bequeath our appreciation for their help through our High School days. To the Juniors. we leave our candy business and our privilege of coming in out of the rain when it isn't raining. To the Sophomores, we do will and bequeath our quiet ways and dignilied manners. ' To the Freshmen, we do will and bequeath the carvings on the desks and the old chewing gum. Our individual talents we will as follows: 1. I, Esther Adams, do will and bequeath to Lee Annah Power my quiet ways. 2. Iiililmina Arndt, do will and bequeath to Margaret Cline my basketball a 1 ity. 3. I, Beatrice Amos, do will and bequeath my cake baking to Margaret Sellner, Annie Laurie Griggs, and Louise Honeycutt. 4. I, George Baker, do will and bequeath my seat on the bus to Marshall Cline. 5. I, Margaret Bolick, do will and bequeath my long walk to school to my sister, Dorothy. 6. I, Sara Bollinger, do will and bequeath my scientific ability to Bobby Rein- hardt. 7. Ethel Bowman, do will and bequeath to Vivian Allen my love for chew- ing gum. 8. I, Gladys Canipe, do will and bequeath to Sara McCreight my ability to always have a cheery smile. 9. We, Lois Clark, Thelma Goodman, and Dorothy Hewitt, do will and be- queath our love for driving to Irma Cline. 10. I, Virginia Huitt, do will and bequeath to Charles Franklin Lutz my good grades-knowing that he needs them. ll. We, M. B. Cook and Robert Huitt do will and bequeath our love for air- planes to Kenneth Price. 12. I, Gladys Cox, doiwill and bequeath my love for mountain music to Merle Smith. 131 We, Joe Flowers and George Martin, do will our quietness to Sam Moose. 14. I, Watson Gabriel, do will and bequeath to Bobby Gaither my ability to be right on the spot with my candid camera. 15. We, Craig Hilton, Ralph Setzer, and Glenn Young, leave our straight hair to William Barlow. 16. I, Brady Holland, do will and bequeath to Kenneth Brooks my dignified ways. . 17. I, Jimmie Isenhower, do will and bequeath to my brother, Joe, my popular- ity, hoping that he may use it as well as I have. 18. I, Marjanell Kenimer. do will and bequeath to Gilbretta Furr my ability to change my coiffure daily. 19. We, Robert Keever, W. L. Lefevers, Harold McGee, and Walter Mauney do will to all the Junior boys our ability to get our cars. 20. We, Sara Bess and Hazel Lackey, do will and bequeath our wiles and ways to Edith Reinhardt and Mary Lee Fortenberry. 21. I, Paul Lackey, leave my tallness to Henry Deal. Page Twenty-one l llllllIlEElll llllllll-Ellll'll I - l -" -fa. 1 WA ,, ,A I -.:. 1 J v fr '-' 'H' ' l w-,. ri" , -1 f ..., --..-..- I . MMM-.. X ,' :f , V. V ,f ' 'I' -- E:-. - , , ',,Jj.L-'Lift' , l ...LMMMM .M 22. I, Mary Alice Lawing, do will and bequeath my winsome ways to Mickey Taylor. 23. I, Forest Lawing, do will and bequeath to Mavis Clark my red hair. 24. We, Mary Alice Lingerfelt and Vernice Stover, leave our intelligence to the Junior Class realizing they may need it. 25. We, Josie and Janice Little, leave our dignity and polite ways to Mary Ella Klutz. 26. We, Dorothy Payne and Bobby McCreight, leave our laziness to Katherine Schrum and Dorothy Morrison. 27. I. Katherine Price, do will and bequeath to Taltha Lawing my many talents. 28. I, Frances Setzer, leave my position on the Hi-Life staff to Frances Clifton. 29. I, Katherine Sherrill, do will and bequeath my athletic ability to Gladys Keever. 30. I, Freida Simmons, do will and bequeath my ability to blush to Pearlene Hunsucker. 31. We, Adelia Smith and Helen Whisnant, do will and bequeath to Alma Wagoner and Mary Hester Clark our inseparable friendship. 32. I, Wilma Smith, do will and bequeath to Helen Miller Herman my love for dancing. 33. I, "Make" Warlick, do will and bequeath to Alma Wagoner, my pleasing personality and ability to make friends. 34. I, Edith Young, do will to Helen McRee my blond hair. 35. I, Philip Moose, do will and bequeath my many talents to Andy Warlick. 36. I, Brady Mullinax, do will and bequeath to "Hammerhead" Long the speed of my "A" Model. 37. I, Curtis Sharpe, leave my curley hair to Harper Cilley. 38. I, Wade Sigmon, do will and bequeath to Jimmy Yount my ability to play basketball. 39. I, Oscar Simmons, do leave to Felix Austin my largeness. 40. I, Joe Smith, do will and bequeath to Bill Warlick my athletic ability. 41. I, Bill Taylor, do will and bequeath to J. W. Abernathy my quietness and love for Hickory. 42. I, Howard Whisnant, leave to "Sub" Moose my ability to learn French. 43. I, L. A. Yount, leave my smallness to Merritt Smith. 44. I, Roy Yount, do will and bequeath to Glenn Miller my Wild West Weeklies. 45. I, Allen Lee Setzer, do will and bequeath to Charles Brady my place in the Senior Class. 46. I, Doris Cline, do will and bequeath to Frances Clifton my ability to scrub dressing room floors. 47. I, Margaret Pace, do will and bequeath to Dorothy Arndt, my loyalty. 48. I, Carl Huffman, do will and bequeath my good looks to Jack Yount and Pete Cochran. 49. I, Bobby Ervin, do will and bequeath my pleasing personality to Charles Isenhower. In witness whereof we the Class of Nineteen Hundred and Thirty-eight of Newton High School do hereunto set our hand and seal and declare this to be our last will and testament on this l2th day of May, Nineteen Hundred and Thirty-eight. Wi!'nessed by: PAUL LACKEY FRANCES SETZER CARL HUFFMAN BILL TAYLOR, Testator. Page Twenty-two -.-- . NT, 1 V -. .-.J al .. .., .. .... .. - L. , I It I1 'Ir'-1 ll - - W- -- 1 J ll. lfi 1. .ill .Q if I I X km Wx g T 1 NINETEEN THIRTY-EIGHT I -lf f 'Eff' ,.., . "lx X A .IX I I 5 - I 'EQM I 3, I I VX.-4 f 1' I V ,L V I, 4.4,-. 7 A, T , 'i6',fZ:3' I PM-Sq I -,XVI Ay' LHWVQ-JQEET, W V5, 4, , 1 I - ' I I I X Senior Superlatives 'VIRGINIA IIUITT, 'BILL 'I'AvI.oR A1Ir:1.IA SMITII, CARL HuFIfmAN Clays Cru mblers Bm! Loaking Doms CLINE, ,Ion SMITII ...,,....,.,.,..,...,.. - ..... ,.C11lest Jusu: l.I'l"l'l..E, BRAIN I-IQLLANII ........... Max! Dignijied VERNICE S'1'ov1:n, Bonny ERVIN ...,...,,. Most Origimzl LIAKE XVARLICK, J. ISENHOWIER .....,, Br'.rt'All-Rozmd Page Twenty-four Douo1'I-Iv PAYNE, Bonny NICCREIGIIT ....,. --.. Lazriest Loxs C1.ImIcIz, Bonus' ERVIN ,.,.....-- ...... -.....Wittie.I-t KATIIIIRINE SIIERRILI., J. ISENIIONVER - .... .Best Sport XVIERNICE STOVER, PHILIP Moosa -.m... Most Sincere M.xIu:IxIua1' PACE, Bonny ERv1N-..-1lIo.rt Ingflueulial MAKE NVARLICK, IIMMIE ISENHOWER.l1f0.Yl Popular I 3. .1 I 5 THE EQEUERQL y, IIQLE7 I 1 uv' X 3 ixgymn QQ, Pi ff, l V1.5 I Q1 . in It ' ' , " A ' V j b iliafifg 1 1 , 0 . I ,-I 0 u I Senior Superlativcs SARAH BOLLINGER, Jon FLOWERS ...... Mos! Caurlcoms KATkIERlNE Prucs, PIIILII- Moose Most Tulcntcd GLADYS CANIPII, M. B. C0014 ......... Most Ambitious I'IAZEL LACIQEY, BILLY TAYLOR ...-..... Biggest FIIb't VEIINICE S'rovER, PHILIP MoosE --...Mo.rt Studiom BIAKE WIXRLICIC, I. ISI-:NIIow15R,.....Mo.rtPcrsomzlity HELEN NVIIISNANT, WV. BIAUNEY .... ,Ma.vtAttractive K:XTl'IER!NE SII1sIuuI.L, Jmc SMITH .... SARA Buss LACKIIY, W. IHAUNEY .,... .,. Most Athletic Best Dv'c.rscd FRANCES SETZILII, Bonny ERVIN ..,.,.......... .FricmI'li1:.vL IYIARGARET PACE. PIIILIII Moosz ..... - ......, Maxi Loyal BIARGARET PACE, PIIILIP AIOOSE ............ Mast Rcliablc Page Twenty-five 1 IINHNETEEN TIIIIRTYHEIEHT I J ' M2 if ' "N si fwy. n X, ,fr . -- QE3' A'-A ,w.c1,,- ,. Mic.. L 3, Lwf x Page Twenty-six I '11 rgmnwijgygw I i ..-Lu "h.11L11,'.n.:'iflil: I .,r, ,- I ix ' ' X QS.wr.' a, Xx-iffy, f n 4 xxx," A R ' ,xx QNX N . 'FEV XSL-J .- uoU5'E V ., .-ff" K, ,J - X X . xi J I N- 0 m:"'wR X 9 r Qf X N A ,, ""2",-+' , 1 UNIORS l NHNETEEN THIHN-EMT l 1 L V1 I. . Km M 'gg I- , -.. Ayr, J' J 2 Yfxf if"2w'J . ,- . ' JVM W' , "Q-,J I ,. I M, ' f35yQ?f??5'fA 5 'iff ' Xnfgx . ... J.-A LQ' ,QI 'wdfjlgy N f ry X1 QQ!!! I N0 ,., . unior Class Qfficcrs IRMA CLINE ........, ...... P resident CHARLES PATTERSON .. ......... Vice-President ALMA WAGONER ..,...... . , .Secretary and Treasurer MILLICENT SQUIRES COLEY. . . ........,.... Mascot Page Twenty-eight P we mmmfml HHHMM l MI HHALHIH LH I au-lu-lizuamhjd abnd JUNIOR CLASS F I lx 2 5 4Y l Q I i 1 .-1, .J I C M LW, f" ' 'TN W f E 5.1. X . J, J- I 'ff LIIIIOI Class ROH J. W. ABERNETHY VIVIAN ALLEN DOROTHY ARNDT JEROLYN ARNDT PELIX AUSTIN CHARLES BRADY MABLE BRADY SUDIE BRADY FRANK CALDWELL ELSIE CARTER LUTHER CLARK MARY HESTER CLARK MARGARET CLINE IRMA CLINE FRANCES CLIFTON ANDREW COCHRAN JEAN CORPENING J. D. CORRIHER HENRY DEAL HERBERT DEAL BEATRICE DELLINGER EVELYN ECKARD CATHRINE FLOWERS DOROTHY FURR GILBRETTA FURR BOBBY GAITHER FARRELL GILBERT MAVIS GILBERT Page Thirty MARY HAHN A. D. HARRISON HELEN HERMAN MARY HEWITT LORRAINE HICKMAN JOE HILTON JOSEPHINE HILTON NAOMI HORNE GENEVA HOUCK MUREL HOYLE FRED HUFFMAN MARJORIE HUITT FRANKIE I-IUNSUCKER JEANETTE HUNSUCKER PEARLENE HUNSUCKER WILLIAM ISBELL CHARLOTTE JONES HAZEL JONES ANNIE . KANIPE ANNIE KAYLOR EVERETTE LONG FORREST LONG CHARLES F. LUTZ HAYWOOD MARTIN SAM MAUNEY LUCILLA MCREE ALVIN MCGILL SAM MOOSE DOROTHY MORRISON ELIZABETH MORRISON DORIS MGSER CHARLES PATTERSON LEE ANNAH POWER BOBBY REINHARDT BURTON REITZEL J. C. RUDISELL THOMAS SCALES JOE SCHELL KATHERYN SCHRUM SIDNEY SCHRUM VIVIAN SETTLEMYRE FRANCES SHERRILL ANNIE RUTH SHOOK JESSE SIGMON FLOY SIPE HAROLD SIGMON PREIDRICK SIMMONS MERLE SMITH HAZEL SMYRE DOROTHY STEELE RICHARD TUCKER ALMA WAGONER FRED WELBORN EDITH WORRMAN DONALD YORK JACK YOUNT JIMMIE YOUNT ,I II T -I .II ',. I I J-, I -ff A ' A 'XJ .1 .. lf., if I .IL Tis Nga lr' 1 1 1 5 V xv., NV s ,l x Fr, 31 :,w.,-, fxffiwifm NW?-YR xv! H' Lil 'Q L 5' 'Q ,23Q:1,..,f:,,-53 SCDPI-ICDMORES Qmmmfmim Nimwv-Emmf f ff M ow M125 f.-5 F4 , L Yxxff 2, J '-1,rZ5'iv 21- - A .H e JLLL ,J-he V f-A' flayzzwff -,yay 'yu 1' pie" E I -+-gf-1 Sf Sophomore Class Officers ANDY WARLICK . , , ..,. President MARSHALL CLINE . . ......... Vice-President EVELYN EDISON . . . . . ...Secretary and Treasurer Page Thirty-two Q ME QAWNM l IN HHN Nfl ?NH'M:HYHl :lm F3 aanql-fiullql abnd wx SOPHOMORE CLASS J T rip! ,J L X w J 1 K V I ? r I l I Q M,-YF, 7 --4,931 J -'J r' '- f: -L, Hi Sophomore Class LANDIN BARLOWE DOROTHY BOLICK EARL BOST ARCHIE BUTLER HARPER CILLEY MAVIS CLARKE MARSHALL CLINE ALONZO COLEY LUELLA COOK STANLEY CORN VIRGINIA DEESE JUANITA DRUMM RUTH ECKARD EVELYN EDISON RUBY FLOWERS MARY LEE PORTENBURY HENRY FRYE LEE GABRIEL LILA GILBERT MARGARET HARTNESS GRACE I-IESTER EARNEST HOLLAND JOHN HOLLAR Page Thirty-four LOUISE HONEYCUTT JUNE E. HUNSUCRER HARRY IRWIN CHARLES ISENHOWER JOHN ISENHOWER HOKE JONES HAZEL KAYLOR MARGIE KAYLOR BILLIE LAWING TALTI-IA LAWING FOREST LEHMON EVELYN LONG BETTY R. MATHESON JOSEPHINE MAUNEY JAMES MIZE DIXON MOOSE JOHN ODOM NANCY POWER KENNETH PRICE VIRGINIA PROPST WINIERED PUNCH EDITH REINI-IARDT NORRIS ROCKETT TERRISSA ROCKETT EVELYN SCALES ELIZABETH SETZER LEWIS SETZER MARGARET SETZER MARTHA JEAN SETZER PAULINE SETZER REBECCA SETZER DORCAS SIGMON WILIIRED SIGMON MARTHA SMITH RUTH SMITH EVELYN SMYRE CLARA TAYLOR MILDRED TAYLOR NADINE TEAGUE CLARA TRAVIS EVELYN THORNBURG ANDY WARLICK FAREL WARLICK INEZ WILSON JANE YODER HELEN YOUNT HORACE YOUNT V 'F ' N VI .. Q.. 1.1 WK? if .Q x ,W . - X'Y1,I ' .f, . NM.. .x-X QNX' v.v. N fxgwx 5 v Pm A Xxx we few Wu ff Ing .J 4' xx' X Reggie? rr' QA-N K 19 M v M' ' I 'i',"'.i" F R E S I-I M E N 5 NINETEEN wfamwz-EIEHT1 'lv V-1,-f" E rf iq' EH r X- ff ' -:fn 'TY s W ,Lrg 9' I H L ' , Lafiiffafiafs . Qgffff Cllr 'Z' Freshman Class Ofhccrs BOBBY POWELL . . Preszdent JOE ISENHOWER . . . . Vzce Preszdent MACK KALE , . . . . .Secretary and Treasurer Page Thirzy-six TEE MHMW Y QI ff' " I-Ig I 3 xfnikx ixjum Q32-IX . .. N 4 5, ,H -- I 7' Vi F -- GRACE ARNDT REBECCA ASBURY MARGARET BENFIELD MARJORIE BOLICK HELEN BOLIN GLADYS BUFF DOROTHY BUTLER VIVIAN CLINE VIRGINIA COCI-IRAN SARAH CROW LORENA DAVIDSON GLADYS DELLINGER MILDRED PAW ADDIE MAE PORTENBURY ANNIE LAURIE GRIGGS NAOMI HANEY ',.. Freshman Girls LILLIAN HENDRIX LOLA MAE HESTER MARGARET HERMAN ELIZABETH HUTCI-IENS MARGARET IKERD MILDRED ISENI-IOWER GLADYS KEEVER MARY ELLA KLUTZ MILDRED LACKEY NORMA LAWING DOROTHY LEE EVELYN LEEL RUTH LINGERFELT LEONE LINK DOROTHY MARTIN PAULINE IVIATTHEW SARAH MCCRIEGI-IT WILLIE MAE MCKINNIS HELEN MCREE EVELYN MOOSE SARA JANE MOSELY' RUTH MOSER CAROLYN PARKER MADELINE PITTS KATHLEEN POOVEY BLANC!-IE RABB BARBARA REINI-IARDT VIRGINIA REYNOLDS MARY ROCKETT CECILE ROWE SUE ELLEN SGHELL LAURA NELL SCI-IRUM MARGARET SELLNER ELIZABETH SETZER ANDRIS SIGMON MOZELL SIGMON REVONDA SIMMONS DELPHINE SIMMONS NANCY RAE SIMMONS NELLIE SIPE PAYE SMITH FRANCES SPENCER BONNIE JEAN STOVER EDITH WATTS JUNE YORK DORIS YOUNG Page Thirty-seven I IIIIIEIEEII IIIIIITI-EIIIIII I i I I I A rv . X'x2f:'X YZ VV JL' I -I yfr- uf 'D .-, L- L., ., ...., I .73 III I . I I .I 1 . IL -E- ,-21" -.41 gL.L,,J .1MM.......w-J JOE ANTHONY HOWARD BEARD WINIFRED BENTLY RONDA BOLICK BILLY BONDURANT KENNETH BROOKS MAC BRUNSON HERMAN BURNS HAROLD BURTON JOHN CALDWELL HAROLD CARTER FRED CLARK JOHNNY COPELAND JAMES CORRIHER HARVEY COULTER KENNETH COYNER GLENN DEAL PERCY DEVENEY MURPHEY FULBRIGHT Page Thirty-eight Freshman Boys M. B. FURR ORREN GRIGGS CHARLES HAMILTON GLENN HARTZOGE CHESTER HEFNER L. C. HENDRIX GLENN HESTER OSVILLE HERMAN JAY THOMAS HUITT BILLY HUNSUCKER WINIFRED HUNSUCKER JOE ISENHOWER MACK KALE JOHN KEEVER BILL KENNEDY EDWARD LAWING BURL LEHMAN BLAKE .LEHMONS CHARLIE LITTLE HAROLD LITTLE BILL MARLOWE CYRIAL MATHERSON BILL MCGEE MAC BRADY MELCHOR GLENN MILLER PAUL MINGUS DEMPS MOOSE BILL MORRISON J. D, MURPHEY FRED MURRAY' JAMES MYERS BOBBY POWELL ROBERT PROPST CARL PUTMAN JOE REITZEL MAXWELL SAUNDERS ,X M! 4 CHARLES SCALES CHARLES SCI-IELL, JR. JOHN M. SCHELL GLENN SETZER BOYCE SHARPE FRED SHERRILL THOMAS SHERRILL MERRITT SMITH RICHARD SUMMITT BILLY THORNTON WADE TRAVIS MARSHALL TRAVIS ASHLEY WALLING ' BILL WARLICK JIMMY WARLICK MCDONALD WELBORN CECIL WILLIAMS CLARENCE WILKINSON CHARLIE Ross YOUNT W- --f I .- N.. ,. -Y. I , W Fwy ' ,III N , I WHY M A Vi - -... J 'T . 'I '11 . -I.. :Q X J, 'lg Nfxlfr P g M -V YSfe:,I.,,.vfR ' M "x ci'-P. K mix- ERN zq, Q xx .1 .4 Q., KK :I kim veclb.. fi wa-9. 4, Us ff f .-- -E' ::-'J' . is i f Mr '3',:" 'xhaksy BRI :1 il: X Y 1 3 .. 'W I ms? 42, S7 W A C T I V I T IE S NENETEEN Timm-Emu? k f 'T-': W diy? I 1' ' ' 91. '- -C o I I Ny ,I ,. , I ,, ,I 1 M ,mf 7 2 1 -: ' . 'HEI I I I . ' I fr-. I 'Qgj'Q-.,--55. " ' WWII I. if KJ... IJ, I ky! C MAKE WARLICIC . . JOSIE LITTLE .... DORIS CLINE . . . PHILIP MOOSE MISS WELLS ELMINA ARNDT ' SARAH BOLLINGER FRANK CALDWELL FRANCES CLIETON DORIS CLINE IRMA CLINE M. B. COOK J. D. CORRIHER HENRY DEAL BOBBY ERVIN Page Forty NU TIL A,,. .Li B C t a C 1 u I3 . . . . . .President . . .Vice-President JOE FLOWERS DOROTHY FURR WATSON GABRIEL A. D. HARRISON ROBERT HUITT VIRGINIA HUITT FRANKIE HUNSUCKER JANICE LITTLE JOSIE LITTLE . . . .Treasurer . . . . . . . . .Secretary Faculty Adviser PHILIP MOOSE DOROTHY MORRISON MARGARET PACE KATHERINE SCHRUM FRANCES SETZER JESSE SIGMON VERNICE STOVER MAKE WARLICIQ HELEN WHISNANT EDITH YOUNG I. :I. ,, ,Y .I ' E , T1 "T TT I1 If 1 r v av ': I' I !IH11f'FQlI'J -BLA 1'V.L.-1- igiau QI I . , ,, i' 5' lx- -ar -l Nw A Six 523335"sbR WW i 'WL xx K' MARGARET PACE ., FRANCES SETZER . . ELMINA ARNDT , . Hi-Life Staff J ACK YOU NT .... .........,.. BILL TAYLOR .,... PAUL LACKEY, HAZE WADE SIOMON ..., HAZEL LACKEY ..,. VIRGINIA HUITT . . . MAKE WARLICR . . . HELEN WHISNANT . BOBBY ERVIN ..... DORIS CLINE , I.... MAKE WARLICK . . . ANDREW COCHRANE SARA BESS LACKEY, JESSE SIOMON ..... DOROTHY FURR . . . LOUISE HONEYCUTT EDITH REINHARDT . L LACKEY ,,.. MARY ELLA KLUTZ. . . GRACE ARNDT .,.. VIVIAN CLINE ..., ANDRIS SIGMON .. . MARGARET SELLNER FRANCES SETZER .. PHILIP MOOSE ..., ,MISS HALL . . , . . . .Editor-in-Chief . . .Assistant . . . . . Assistant ....,...Sports Assistant Sports Editor Editor Editor Editor . .. . .. . . .Joke Editors .,....,Society Assistant Society .........News . .Corresponding . . . . .Business . . . . .Chief . . . .Assistant . . , . .Assistan . . .Circulation . , . . , .Senior . . . .Junior . . . . . .Junior . . .Sophomore . . .Sophomore Freshman Freshman Freshman , . , .Freshman Freshman l Editor Editor Editor Editor Editor Printer Printer Printer Manager Reporter Reporter Reporter Reporter Reporter Reporter Reporter Reporter Reporter Reporter ......Who's Who . . . . . .Art Editor . . . .Faculty Adviser Page Forty-one 1 NINETEEN THIBTY-EIHEHT I I ... .--..- -. .:T:'ri'r, , -. TT ."JTi .L .-f :SPA i E YK, - AIR 9+ 11-.,, ,fl 'I I I I 4.3 I I ,, 'WWI' .' 'I ,' ' , ,-...V -,-,.,,, ,,,,., 4, - fl, ,pity-, I"lff:,'fIf:,,,.,,,,.-,.-,7, ,,.-,AL.':.'. 'wwf L. . I.. I ' I V, I V. I ff! , I,,.,.,.A4O I 1 ,v ' wg'-w I 1,1-,Q I 'AQ0ggI,f'JN X I inf.. I I ' -, I .-. ..,,....1.,fL.I PHILIP MOOSE .. FRANCES SETZER .IANICE LITTLE . . JOSIE LITTLE . MISS HALL . . ESTIIER ADAMS VIVIAN ALLEN BEA'I'RI1:E Amos ELMINA ARNITT DOROTHY IXRNDT GRACE ARNIJ'I' ,IEROLYN IXRNIYI' DOROTIIY BoLIcIc IAIARGAIIIYI' BOLICK EARL Bosr ETIIEI. BDXVMAN FRANK CALDXVELI. GLADYS CANIPE I.oIs CLARKE IAIARY 1'IliS'I'liR C1.AIzIcI: 'DORIS CLINIC IRMA CLINE NIARGARET CLINE ANDREW COCIIRANE JEAN CORPI-:NING GLAIJYS Cox JUANITA DRUIIIAI Page Forty-two Scribblcrsa Club EVELYN EDISON BOIXIIY ERVIN DOROTIIH' FURR GILHRIZTTA FURR NVATSON GAIIRIEI. 'I'1IIaLAIA GCODMAN IJOROTIIY I-I1awI'r'r JOSEPIIINE IIILTON BIIAIIY I-IOLLANII LOUISE I-IONEYCUTI' CARL I-IUI-'I-'AIAN FRANRIE HUNSUCRER IYIARJORIIZ H III'I"r VIRGINIA 1'IUl'l'T ,TIAIAIIE TSENIIOVVER ClIARLO'l"I'lZ JONES ANNIE IQANIPE GLADYS IQIEEVER ROBERT KEEVER AIARIENIELL KENIIIIER AIARY ELLA K'I.UTz FIAZEL LACKEY PAUL LACKEY SARA Blass I..-ACKEY FORREST LAXVING TIALTIIA LAWING MARY ALICE LAWING NIARY ALICE LINGERIE JANICIC LITTLE Iosua LITTLE EVERETTE LONG FORREST LONG CIIARLES LUTZ I-ucILLA BICCREE IAIAROLD BICGEE SARA JANE BIOSELY DORO'FlIY ALIORRISON ELIzAEET1I IAIORRISON MARGARET PACE LEE ANNA!'I POWER KATHERINE PRICE BARBARA IQISINIIARDT EnIT1I REINHAROT Cxicu. ROWE KIKTIIERINIZ SCHRUAI FRANCES SETZER ELT ' i '65, - ,fiuvllsill ii :ll :f.Yk3I . . . ,President . .Vice-President . .Treasurer . , . . . .Secretary . .Faculty Adviser ZAIARTHA JEAN SETZRR CURTIS SHARI-E FRANCES SIIERRILI. KATHERINE SHERRILL ANDRIS SIGAION XVADE SIGQXION ADEIIIA SMITH FREITIA SIMMONS JOE SAIITII AIERLE SMITH VVILAIA SMITH DOROTHY STEELE XII-IRNICE STOVER BILL TAYLOR .IXIICKIEY TAYLOR IXNDY WIKRLICIC NIAKE WARLICIY: ALAIA XVAGONER ITIELEN VVIIISNANT EDITH YOUNG GLENN YOUNG JACK XIOUNT 'I' UI 52. F f1 TI IU 1 , .I AI. I .. ,, I... , If ,I KI I-.,,,..i..,-,--,,,.. L - I I ' If If V '-XQifI3'fXI I Y- Bm A-'fad -'1"I,wf - , -' 1,'R.L, . II,g, ' Les aseurs Francais VERNICE STOVER .... .,...... P l'6Sfd9r7! HELEN WHISNANT . , . ........,.. Vice-President FRANCES SETZER . . . . . .Secretary and Treasurer MISS SHORE ...,.......... Faculty Adviser ESTHER ADAMS BEATRICE AMOS ELMINA ARNDT SARA BOLLINGER GLADYS CANIPE DORIS CLINE GLADYS COX BOBBY ERVIN JOE FLOWERS T I-IELMA GOODMAN DOROTHY HEWITT CARL HUPFMAN VIRGINIA HUITT ROBERT KEEVER MARY ALICE LAWING JANICE LITTLE JOSIE LITTLE HAROLD MCGEE PHILIP MOOSE MARGARET PACE KATHRYN PRICE FRANCES SETZER CURTIS SHARPE KATHERINE SHERRILL WADE SIGMON JOE SMITH VERNICE STOVER BILL TAYLOR MARE WARLICIC HELEN WI-IISNANT EDITH YOUNG GLENN YOUNG Page Forty-three l NINETEEN THEHTY-EIEHT I ,EH .LITTKUFZFI Q 2'IE.'q" .2"Aff ff' AVL, 'I A I -X I- I VX fl' "PI -IRIX '. f, ,I . ,I .V I ,Lf - If .ffm I I Qfiffm , 1' NJN' "' .I , I ,, Home Economics Club MAKE WARLICIC . . . EVELYN LONG . . . EVELYN SMYRE . . MISS FISHER . . GRACE ARNDT DOROTHY BOLICK IVIARGARET BOLICK VIVIAN CLINE GLADYS COX VIRGINIA DEESE JUANITA DRUMM EVELYN EDISON RUBY FLOWERS MARX' LEE FORTENBERY LILA GILBERT MARGARET HARTNESS EVELYN HUNSUCKER MARGIE KAYLOR HAZEL KAYLOR Page Forly-four GLADYS KEEVER MARY ELLA KLUTZ EVELYN LALE BILLIE LAWING TALTHA LAWING RUTH LINGERFELT EVELYN LONG BETTY MATHESON .IOSEPHINE MAUNEY MADELINE PITTS NANCY POWER BARBARA REINHARDT EDITH REINHARDT MARY ROCKETT . . . . . . .President . . . . . . . . . .Vice-President .Secretary and Treasurer . . . . .Faculty Adviser TERRISSA ROCKETT CECILE ROWE SUE ELLEN SCHELL LAURA NELL SCHRUM MOZELL SIOMON PAYE SMITH MARTHA SMITH RUTH SMIT1-I WILMA SMITH EVELYN SMYRE MICKEY TAYLOR NADINE TEAGUE MAKE WARLICK JANE YODER JUNE YORK -T ... .- T I1 'LA F II TI E' T TIT Fi .Ls Ill U IRI JI .'u I I .LD " I QQJKQMEITY :xx ' L A 2. .X Xxx NA A . ...M ,:...:1fW - -- - i- -- A --Z . I l unior Marshals KATHRYN SCHRUM .... DOROTHY MORRISON . FRANCES CLIFTON DOROTHY FURR IRMA CLINE MARGARET CLINE .......Chief .....Chief J. D. CORRIHER A. D. HARRISON SAM MAUNEY BOBBY C-AITHER Page Forty-five l NHNETEEN THHPITY-ElGHTl "iii I qfirilii, I I I fi ' jfif, a..:".Fg i:-:f.'--ri Y 'z-v: 51- r 'Ll' if 4" . ,,,. wil" , f?'5'5'fQQ.if3L he I I L..il.,..AA.I SAM MOOSE . . PAUL LACKEY . . . IRMA CLINE , . . MR. LITTLE . . . MR. GABRIEL . . . MR. PARHAM . . . ELMINA ARNDT EARL BOST DORIS CLINE I-IERSHALL CORDELL JEAN CORPENING GLADYS Cox BOBBY ERVIN VIRGINIA HUITT BRADY HOLLAND Page Forty-six Monogram Club JIMMIE ISENI-IOWER PAUL LACKEY JANICE LITTLE JOSIE LITTLE FRANKLIN LUTZ ALVIN MCGILL SAM MOOSE BRADY MULLINAX JOHN GARY ODUM . . , . . .President . . . . . . . . .Vice-President Secretary and Treasurer . . . . . .Faculty Adviser . . .Faculty Adviser . . . . . .Faculty Adviser CURTIS SHARPE FRANCES SHERRILL KATHERINE SHERRILL WADE SIGMON JOE SMITH BILL TAYLOR MAKE WARLIOK FRED WELBORN JACK YOUNT 7 -K-he H-O-r..Ag:s-n -:Lee alu.-z:gg-:u1-1u:- gs.:-1: ,ff E Mx . .. ,,..-,,,?,,,..-,,.-,,.,,,g.,,.- .-l.... . .- A Latin Club BOBBY REINHARDT . . . ....... President ANDRIS- SICMON ...... .........,.. V ice-President LOUISE HONEYCUTT , , . .... Secretary and Treasurer MISS WELLS RONDA BOLICK EARL BOST MABLE BRADY JOHNNY COPELAND HARVEY COULTER OSVILLE HERMAN BILLY HUNSUCKER JOE ISENHOWER BILL KENNEDY CYRIAL MATHESON PAULINE MATTHEWS SARA JANE MOSELY CARL PUTMAN VIRGINIA REYNOLDS EVELYN SCALES CHARLES SCALES THOMAS SCALES Faculty Adviser MARGARET SELLNER MARTHA JEAN SETZER THOMAS SHERRILL DORCAS SIGMON CLARA TAYLOR FAREL. WARLICK INEZ WILSON DORIS YOUNG HORACE YOUNT Page Forty-seven I NINETEEN THIHTY-EIGHT I - l . .KV ilu - l ifll I I 4 'Q 'i ' xml I 'SWAN L . . t 1 IL 1 ,yr L. f A, Senior Play "ROMANCE IN A BOARDINC1 HOUSE" CAST OF CHARACTERS Mrs. Smith COwner of a Boarding I-Iousej ......... . . , MARGARET PACE Mr. Smith CHer husbandj ............. .... P AUL LACKEY Mary Anne CTheir daughterj .............,... . . Mr. Throttlebutton fAristocrat from New Yorkj . . . . . . Mrs. Throttlebutton CI-Iis wifej , 4..,..,....... . . , Mortimer Throttlebutton CTheir sonj , . , Duke of Sussex fNoblemanj ............. . . Mrs. Benson CBoarder "Hard of hearinguj . . . . . . Miss McGillicuddy CHA maiden 1ady"j .... . . Bill CAnot:her boarderj ...........,... . . Hettie CThc hired girlj .... Miss SHORE . . , Miss HALL .... if Newton-Hi Model Aero .I-IAZEL LACKEY ,CARL I-IUFFMAN .MAKE WARLICK . . .BOBBY ERVIN . . .BILL TAYLOR .VIRGINIA HUITT . FRANCES SETZER . .WADE SIGMON . . .DORIS CLINE . . .Director . . .Director Club FRANK CLAPP . . ,.,,..... ........ ..... P a culty Adviser RONDA BOLICK EARNEST HOLLAND KENNETH PRICE M. COOK JOHN HOLLAR JOE SCHELL HENRY DEAL WATSON GABRIEL Page Forty-eight MAC MELCI-IOR BILLY MORRISON LOUIS SETZER MARSHALL TRAVIS F1 ff in 'Q IT fr Z5 7 D I " .. Lli It 2 --w-Ah.-- X,. W ,X 51,171 xx! ay, .gy 4 X f Wi XM? ' ffm Xwq' ' VXA 'flimxiy xiffS,X - Mr Q1 if.: rn: QQ 27, 'ik liiiw f 1 P5-M AS Aw L I . A ATHLETICS HJINETEEDI 'EHIHTY-EMT N i ,I K L! 1 T5 ' 1, V1 -' I ,-'Q I-'If 5 YMY Y-iv?-i iii , ,, - -, ' I . vijiim ' , , ,, ui' f 'f '1Ql!:'J:L' B I L . E X Football Team M. S. PARHAM ...........,....... - .......,..., ...... C oach RICHARD TUCKER ............. .... M anager JIMMIE ISENHOWER fCaptainj . . . ,..... Guard J. D. CORRIHER ...,.......... ......... G uard JOE HENDRIX CCO-Captainj . . . ..., Quarterback SAM MOOSE ,..., CROWDER GRIGGS WADE SIGMON .... CARL HUFFMAN . JOE SMITH ..... BILL TAYLOR . . . EARL BOST ..... PAUL LACKEY , . FRED WELBOIQN HAYWOOD MARTIN ARCI-IIE BUTLER BRADY HOLLAND Page Fifty SUBSTITUTES BOBBY ERVIN LEE W. GABRIEL MARSHALL CLINE CHARLES LUTZ CURTIS SI-IARPE ,..,,.,T.: 5.11-.vw nf- f.,, . . . . .Fullback ....End ......End . . , .Halfback . . . .Halfback . . , .Center . . . .Tackle . . . ,Tackle ORREN GRIGGS FRANK CALDWELL ALONZO COLEY ALVIN MCGILL I-I I A www ,. ffv,, I' u ,A ., L. .CI LI. .,f .. 2: L. I 1 6413 . '4 lu' . Wi -2 lllgrillggl Au I'-gin X Girls, Basketball Team Western North Carolina Conference Champions ELMINA ARNDT QCaptainj .... . . . .Forward FRANCES SHERRILL ....... . . .Forward JOSIE LITTLE ..,.............. . . .Forward IRMA CLINE fAlternate Captainj ..., . . .Guard VIRGINIA HUITT ,........,.... . . .Guard KATHERINE 'SHERRILL . . . . . .Guard JANICE LITTLE ....... . . .Guard KATHERINE SCHRUM . . .Guard JEAN CORPENING .... . . .Guard GLADYS Cox ...... . . .Forward MARGARET CLINE .... . . .Forward MERLE SMITH .... . . .Forward R. E. GABRIEL .... .... C oach DORIS CLINE ...... FRANCES CLIFTON . . .........Manager . . .Assistant Manager Page Fifty-one 1 NINIIIIII IHIIII-IIIIIII ... ,KL ..i..v..-,......I....-- ! : X5 ff -. 5,7 df' 'iff fi ,wl+' S. J, HQAGK X .wwf . -3 xg-fs 14' X' 1"-L4,1,LffL'1L? '.Q49y,' ,I-1,,,,,... -.....--..-,.... , vga.-- L .- Boys, Basketball Team CURTIS SHARPI3 . ALVIN MCGILL . . BRADY MULLINAX JoE SMITH ,..... BILL TAYLOR , . Forward Forward Forward Forward Forward PAUL LACKEY . , . .Center JOHN ODOM . . . . .Center WADE SIGMON ..... . .Guard SAM MOOSE CCaptainj . .Guard JESSE SIGMON ...... , .Guard JACK YOUNT . . . . ,Guard EARL BOST . . . . .Guard FOREST LONG . . . . .Guard CARL I-IUPIIMAN . . Forward LLOYD LITTLE . . .... Coach J. D. CORRII-IER . . Manager Page Fifty-two '-V? 'fx LL. I L. T.- WEE I Ik - . X R5 4 YI' NLM nie! VQX B53 Baseball Team-1937 R. N. GURLEY .... RICHARD TUCKER . SAM MOOSE . . . JOE SMITH . . . JOE MOOSE ...., BRADY HOLLAND . . JAMES ELLER ...... JIMMIE ISENHGWER CARL HUPFMAN Cffaptainj . . . ROBERT ISENHOWER JOE HENDRIX .... JOE Moss ........ PORTER MAUNEY . . GUS ARNDT . . . GLENN ROWE .... HAYWOOD MARTIN JAMES MCCONNELL BRADY MULLINAX WADE SIGMON .... BOBBY ERVIN . . . PAUL LACKEY BILL TAYLOR . . . . .Coach . . .Manager . . . .First Base .Second Base . Third 'Base . .Short Stop . . . .Catcher . . .Outfielder . . .Outfielder . . .Outhelder . . . .Pitcher . . . .Pitcher . . . .Pitcher . . , .Substitute . . . .Substitute . . . .Substitute . . . .Substitute . . . .Substitute . . . .Substitute . . . .Substitute . . . .Substitute . . . .Subst'it'uZ'e Page Fifty-three l NINETEEN THIHTYWEHEHTI v K f X , W 'N f Ex' ' ,fin fx 'c Cf Maw ' I . . 1 .KL 'iii f11""' 'X 'wif ,f 1 .fl qv .1 1, mvf .1 'M 7' 1 ff Page Fifty-four J VW .W ., ... . 3 : f pw -ITHE Eihmgmh , A' K J. .mx fn X Xiu , ,, 'YU '11 4 . E WMKQ . . . . ., 4 Ngggbu, mfr Nbr 'IV VEHESEMENTS 'Sf f X ll f In 1 , .'r"4"f A I". ' " H - ADVERTISEMENTS 1 NINETEEN THHBTY-EIGHT I ' Ag-sk. i mx ,T , , '-ASQ aff' ' 2'5- Welvvme ARNDT-DEAL to CHEVROLET CO. Jbr Econo a porlatian Lcinzvnorglf ,E -, un... R SALES - SERVICE -rY "' A 1: NEWTON, N. o. ' 4 , Phone 64 "The Seruzce Drug Store" Used Cars With an O. K. Tel. 260 Newton, N. C. That Counts Catawba Ice 61 Fuel Company Inc. We Heat You in the Winter and Cool You in the Summer 4 Phones 354 and 73 THE NEXT STEP Lenoir Rhyne College Summer Session Standard Four-Year College for Men and Women Competent, Experienced Faculty Stands for High Educational Standards and High Christian Character Liberal Arts, Science, Music, Teaching, Commercial Courses Expenses Very Low, A Considering Advantages Offered For Catalogue or other Information Write to P. E. MONROE, Pres. Lenoir Rhyme College HICKORY, N. C. Page Fifty-six I I i E l Q t T I" 'X P. X -ff IN ll X Jr, My 'EQLQIIQI P M- LLLLM , .V vm, . jq,1:5.f.gQgfJ-A ' RNS EM - .RQ Complimevzis of NEWTON ROLLER MILLS MAKERS OE FINE ELOURS Compliments of NEWTON CLEANERS AND DYERS PHONE 125 THOSE CAREFUL CLEANERS Complqffnzvents of SAUNDERS FURNITURE COMPANY CONOVER, N. C. TO THE SENIOR CLASS OF 1938 COMPLIMENTS OF CLARENCE CLAPP 86 SONS PHONE 6 QUALITY SEEDS COMPLIMENTS OF I BELK-BRUMLEY DEPARTMENT STORE NEWTON, N. C. CHRYSLER SALES AND SERVICE PLYMOUTH CORPENING MOTOR COMPANY WE BUY AND SELL USED CARS NEWTON, N. C. TELEPHONE NO. 8 TaylOr's WOMEN'S APPAREL OUR SHOP IS SMALL - BUT OUR CLIENTELE IS BIG EAGLE STORES COMPANY, INC. 5c to 81.00 Page Fifty-seven I NINWSTEEN THIHTY-EIGHT I United Insurance Agency I Insurance of All Kinds Life - Fire - Casualty 0 Phone 309 NEWTON, N. C. Compliments of W. M. WAGONER MODERNETTE BEAUTY SHOPPE MAIN AVENUE CLEANERS HOWARD HARDWARE G. C. GEMAYLE GROCERY JIMMY MAULDIN YOUNT LUMBER COMPANY DAVID LOWRANCE NEWTON OBSERVER NEWTON FLORAL GARDENS THE COULTER COMPANY, Wholesale DRUM - ADAIR PARAMOUNT THEATER-HICKORY STATESVILLE GROCERY COMPANY CATAWBA CANDY COMPANY DOWNY FLAKE C-OFFEE WHENBALL HOSIERY MILL NU-WAY LAUNDRY Grocers Page Fifty-eight 571 S VP E5 Y 'CE' Q ' 1 ,.ns -f'I:Y S 2 Ulu T 1-ai' N ? 'x . K, "x AX- qi: X N I N fl. N Sf-Q A I5 , Ngwiw 5-3 Q'-. . xx x '-, YN ,,4 Ne . XM I I . .. N A 'X fi? :fn b N' Q-I. V. 'QS lx. Congratulations and Best Wishes to the Senior Class SCOTT'S STUDIOS "Photographs of Quality" NEWTON, N. C. LENOIR, N. C. E. H. YOUNT Clothier and Furnisher -Y- NEWTON, N. O. GARVIN FURNITURE COMPANY HOME FURNISHERS Everything for the Home RCA VICTOR RADIOS NEWTON, N. C. THE NEWTON GLOVE MANUFACTURING CO. 0 COTTON GLOVES MCCREIGHT NEWTON LAND Sc LOAN FUNERAL HOME COMPANY 4 NEWTON, N. O. NEWTON, N- C. "BE SURE - INSUREH PHONE 84 INSURANCE REAL ESTATE Compliments of SANITARY GROCERY COMPANY NEWTON, N. C. NEWTON DEPT. STORE "We Clothe the Family" Complete Outfitters for the Whole Family-Newest Styles Willing' Supporters of all Athleiic Activities in High School JOE ERBESFIELD NEWTON Page Fifty-nme I lllllEl'EEN llllllw-l2lElll7 I ,Y w H X , L Xl, . l r . MORET Z 85 CO. For Greater Values Dry Goods, Shoes, Ready-to-Wear On The Square NEWTON, N. C. Home Furnishing Priced Right at Newton Furniture Co. "A square concern on the square" Phone 152 Newton, N. C. O. R. CLINE Electric Weldz'ng Acetylene Weldz'ng Young Men's Shop Quality Clothes Exclusive but not Expensive GENERAL REPAIRS NEWTON LUCY LOU SHOP BUMBARGER'S + A Good Book Store in a Clothes for E very Occasion Always Something New Good Town HICKORY, N. C. Conover D1czzg Co, Registered Druggists "To Satisfy Your Wants Is Our Place" Phone 359 Conover, N. C. Setzer Machine Shop General Machine Work and Weldz'ng NEWTON Page Sixty . - -.-. in fy, v f:1f'l'J .,. -1..v1- 'X ' ..::. ..- l lla. , I L 'l 1' U ASTE, ,BW -1 -W .- QW' :fx bn' ? NX X . N X "'f1' ,. Rfb un X - JGYQM xiii? . KQQTNN GOOD EATS . ZERO PRICES HOME STORES WHERE THE DOLLAR DOES ITS DUTY GROCERIES MEATS ABERNETHY HARDWARE CO. "GOOD HARDWARE' PHONE 14 NEWTON, N O JULIUS W. ABERNETHY WELCOME TO H. Sc W. DRUG COMPANY S Dwtrzbutors of THE NEW FRIGIDAIRES WITH THE METER MISER RHYNE HARDWARE COMPANY COMPLIMENTS OF B. F. WAGONER'S JEWELERS Conover Dry Cleaners PROPRIETOR-PAT WAGNOR PHONE 157 COMPLIMENTS OF HI - LIFE STAFF OF NEWTON HIGH SCHOOL PgS I NENETEEN THHHTYHETEHTK N . X L....Er.:Ag.z1,:.., I J ,. l KH-f,.AQ' VANITY BOX HOME OF BETTER PERMANENTS E. F. LINGERFELT DRY GOODS, NOTIONS, SHOES, AND GROCERIES PHONE 209 COMPLIMENTS OP CATAWBA - NEWS ENTERPRISE EPPS PRINTING COMPANY COMMERCIAL PRINTING ENGRAVING - OFFICE SUPPLIES COMPLIMENTS OF SPAIN I'IOUR'S HICKORY'S LEADING APPAREL STORE Southern Furniture Company Manufacturers of Living Room Furniture and Odd Chairs CONOVER FARMERS 8a MERCHANTS BANK NEWTON, N. C. Thirty years of successful service to our town and community The Newton and Conover Plants of CON OVER KNITTING COMPANY Extend Best Wishes to the Senior Class of 1938 Page Sixty-t LUO 2"2 "i If '- " 'I "" T' " I W Ll L! LJ IJ lb ""- ' " "W L ' MK QA r'jyuJf CHARLOTTE FISH AND Add thrift to your OYSTER CO. plan of life and Wh15ELTH1c3N'fi3g7194 f o esa e is ri utors o you eliminate worry SEA FOODS You cannot find better RETAIL DEPARTMENT Security for your A 300 E' Trade St' Savings L T T 'F . . U 0 . Superlor Petroleum 85 C1t1zens Bu1ld1ng Fuel Co. s SC LOHI1 ASSI1. KOOLMOTOR GASOLINE D. B. GAITHER, Sec.-Treas. AND OU-S Phone 76 Newton, N. C. I GENERAL TIRES SMITHEY,S DEPT. STORE SHUFORD NATIONAL BANK Dry Goods, Groceries, if Cafeteria i I CAPITAL AND SURPLUS "The Great Bargain Givers" N N C S150,000 EWTON, . . JEROME BOLICK Let Your Savings Earn Profits With Us or Use Our HIGH GRADE BODIES Facilities for Building School and Commercial Bodies . D a Specialty Peoples Blllldlflg and Wrecked Autongobiles Repaired, Loan Association 6 C. GONOVER, N. c. CONOVER, N' C' Page Sixty-three l " ""'l '7 f'l" ' ' " F1 y lmllllllill llllHll1ElElll1 6 -fir, 'fig V " 1 F X M NWN 1 A el w JH:- . 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