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

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Y i .fir-,, --- f , 'Q 3-it ' -- ,Y f t ' " M Page Two WN FOREWCRD WITH the best intentions of affording our classmates a reminder of "happy school days" that portrays the scholastic, social, and athletic activities of Newton High School, we, the CARDINAL Staff of 1940, edit this annual. If this CARDINAL does not meet that standard, then our efforts have been in uain. iiitfx' 5' titi i Kms if A-1,-,AEE ,fx P ,KL fx ,Q A ,FQX xx K K Y ,X YY ,.Q3J.w 7 , K L - - " ?5,,M Z, 4iA,V-Y., Q1-,..i-L.,,,IoC E- 7...-:lf .-1,13-feggf--K-5?.Q. ,xo 1...-.-L.-1--gizjrf k- - gf - , - , iixvvx fi if ' DEDICATIO To MR. REGINALD EUGENE GABRIEL, by whose umiring efforts our girls' basketball teams were victorious, and by whose teaching, cooperation, and friendship we have profited greatly, we, ,the Class of 1940, respectfully cledicale our CARDINAL. Page Three , ,., - i 4'5" :wi , A Y ,. ..f--Q , "'2gf1'Q E E-EB.,-eggs, ,Es Ti? gm'-. ,. f fl, 1 4 Q :fo Q-, EE ff-'-'f' gi Q -'ini' "E E- il Q :AJ Sf TES- 21-Nag -E f-may 'Eyvsf fxialx ,LLL Ap, Ya,-,,,,f:1ff' arg' lg: 3 ,L Seam. L A ,LX - -S vw F 2. -J li lllx scHooL soNo 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 Newton, our dear 'ole Hi, We do salute you with all our might. Honor for you lives with all Your faithful sons, And leads us on the truthful road When we're alone. Joyful we'l1 always be, For all your guidance and pleasures free. So if we pause long enough To say just enough For all you've done for us. Thank you, dear Newton Hi. Newton, our dear 'ole Hi, The time to leave you is drawing nigh. Mem'ries with us linger still And always will, To guide us all upon life's way, When we're apart. Loyal we'll ever be, And all united we'll take our stand. So if we work long enough Love strong enough Triumphant we shall land, Farewell, dear Newton Hi. By MARGARET I-IARTNESS Page Four ,,,, ,tv AV, ,L V .f'fi"' 4-V' ' 'sf A fx-1, -x SX--TF TTS Zi il i W TE- 35: -Q. srrfx. I HJ-if-a rr e -ff 'ts ,,..T,.., H 1- A 3 i " or 1 11 4 -- - ,- SF 3.2Q2:f1ifga:.Ai5Ti,iasEt?2:f-Lcj, XYZ, ug li TIT-,B5.5,:3f5aJ: 0 ,ff O Mg gawk ig? ' -X44 4 W- I 7 ' iii we f wg Q WW4 gg 0!f"""7L ,1 wp 1 0 3i3vf40 gf "l"f4 ' ff ,109 4305 - 1-"" 35 I FACULTY ,gfijgg-1 EQ' 34 LELIA SHORE Mathematics FRANK CLAPP Science EUGENE GABRIEL Social Science, Coach FRANCES E. HALL English, Public Speaking SARAH WELLS English, Latin WILLIAM REEVES fFirst Semesterj Mathematics, Coach MARY CATHERINE SI-IIVERS English .IEMIMA E. MCMILLAN Mathematics, Science, Librarian BERNICE W. 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X1 561,66 E55 RS Page Seven ,4.,-.. ,.., , - -Q-.K ., -..Z - ' - i ,f - - .. ii -f 6 O 1 al 3 5.53531 Ti O aifg i f 3 ,P ---+ - SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS xg!!! in.-A -39' EVELYN LONG Preszdenl HOKE JONES Vzce Preszdent EVELYN SMYRE Secretary and Treasurer KENNETH CLGNINGER JR Mascot MOTTO I shall be lzke that tree I shall dze at the top Page Ezght ,J fax 'Bti I Oli S23 SX-N-:sf g COLORS: Blue and Vfhite. FLOWER: Whz'le Rose. a f f, -f fn- A f - f ig .Rf 5: , , , A ,O O, if .. , X sn ffi. - -4Lf- U -f-- -Y?11,-k-- s -'-at r 'Qs ', T: f 0 -A -i ' ,X 1 sg.-If 1- -- JULIUS W. ABERNETHY. JR. .I-I' W... "Curia MulrI:?" Foutbnll '36, '37, Baseball '37, Basketball '37, '40, Oak Riilgc '39, Scribbl urs' Cl nb '40, M onugruni Club '40, Safety Patrol '40, Elec- trician Senior Play '40. . CHARLES LANDIN BARLOW "Linen" "I uin't 11'.Wlj'flI!l.u Spring 'Fonlball '39, Fuulbnll '39, DOROTHY IRENE BOLICK UDOT., "Tak4' me to lIicku1'y." Horne Econnrnics Club '38, Scrib- blers' Club '38, '39, '40, I.r:s Jascurs Francais '40, Assistant Primer of Hi-Lift' '40, Senior Play '40, DORIS I... CI-IRISTENBURY "1-QORISU "Is Illut wha! I snirl, Carolyn?" MAVIS YVONNIA CLARK "" "Aw, pick on. sfmwbnrly your xizrz' Glec Club '39, Les Jascurs Fran- cais '40, Current Events Club '40, Usher Senior Play '-10. gi-Y - - W ui 1,4 V 1 517 if AvA v - h-NX V - i. 1 lVlARSI-IALL E. CLINE, JR. "MAks1iiu,L" "I rvml in flu' Stair: Magazine ilw Ulllff' day tlmt - - -." Class Secretary and Treasurer '37, X7lClt-P1'8SlllCl'l,i. '38, President '39, Chief Printer of Hi-Life '40, Physics Club '40, Les jasenrs Franqais '40, Scribblers' Club '40, Class Crumb- ler '40, Senior Play '40, Forensic Team '40. ANNIE LUELLA COOKE Hl.UEI.LAH "Aw, Ken, stop!" I-ionic Economics Club '38, Glcc Club '39, Beta Club '39, '40, Les ,Tascnrs Francais '40, Senior Play '40, Prophet '4U. STANLEY JAMES CORN "Parry" "Just 'watch your 'ole' Puppy!" Football '38, '39, Hi-Y Club '39, Sports Editor of Hi-Life '40, Basket- ball '40, Beta Club '40, President of Student Government '40, Monogram Club '40, Most Popular '40, Must Influential '40, Senior Play '-10. VIRGINIA AUGUSTA DEESE "J1Ni:sr" "M'i7s.r Shore, I rauldzft get harp any earlier." Home Economics Club '38, Scrib- blcrs' Club '38, '39, '40, Les Iaseurs Francais '40, Art Editor of Hi-Life '40, Assistant Librarian '40, Most Attraciive '40, Senior Play '40, RUTH IRENE ECKARD "UrFm" "Hur an-ylnorly srvu. Graaf?" Cutest '40. fl Q. es.:-isfisiggi vii 0 ' l l I Page Nme 's '-gf' xii ff: , KA - ' 'i'i' 5 -FL gm ' o .....,,...?,-s..- J.,-TX -G- 2,1515 2 - - , -C Q E, , ' - ' -. l ' , W ' ,T W 3.35 P , 1 I LINDA EVELYN EDISON HEVIEH "Halle your Hi'-l,ij'e Aw'lirlf'.r in by Friday." Home Economics Club '38, Class Secretary and Treasurer '38, Scrib- blers' Club '38, '39, '40, Beta Club '39, '40, Glee Club '39, '40, Vice- Presiclent uf Les Jaseurs Francais '40, Eclitor-in-Chief of Hi-Life '40, Assistant Librarian '40, Senior Play '40. RUBY CHRISTINE FLOWERS "Bun" "Mix Gabriel, I vuu'f prnrlirc fllrluyf' Home Economics Club '38, Basket- ball '37, '38, '39, '40, Glee Club '39, Les Iaseurs Francais '40, Monogram Club '40, Usher Senior Play '40. HENRY FRY "II1:Nxu"' "Mr, Rlzyue, I fIou't want to keep More!" Junior Safety Patrol '39, '40, Hi-Y Club '39, '40, Assistant janitor '40, Manager of Basketball '40, Mono- gram Club '40, Most Reliable '40, Most Loyal '40, Most Sincere '-40. LILA CATHERINE GILBERT IILILAU "l'If'iIl you take me home if I come to basketball practice, Mr. Gabriel?" Home Economics Club '38, llasket- ball '39, '40, Scribblers' Club '40, Les ,Iaseurs Francais '40, Assistant Printer of Hi-Life '40, Monogram Club '40, Senior Play '40, ANNIE LAURIE GRIGGS "Fur:-'r" "Maris, I zuislz you'd quit." Class Reporter '37, Scrihhlers' Club '37, Basketball '37, '38, Les Jaseurs Francais '40, Current Events Club '40, Usher Senior Play '40. MARY FRANCES HAHN "Bun" "I'll ,cell ruuily svrroml period." MARGARET FANNIE HARTNESS "NIARGAlllZ'I"' "lm'::, 'what rmswrr dial you get?" Home Economics Club '38, Junior lllarshal '39, Scrihhlers' Club '39, '40, Secretary and Treasurer '40, l'resirlenL of Iles Jaseurs Francais '40, Glee Club '37, '40, Beta Club '40, Student Council '40, Author Class Snug '40, Assistant Eflitor-in- Chief of CARDINAI. '40, Most Tal- ented '40, Most Ambitious '40, Prop- erty Manager Senior Play '40, Salutatorian '40. TOMMIE CASPER HENDRIX "CownoY" "Single file, t1u'rL'!" Football '39, Basketball '39, '40, Alternate Captain '40, Baseball '39, '40, Monogram Club '39, '40, Presi- dent '40, Les Iascurs Francais '40, Student Council '40, Scribblers' Club '40, Best All Around '40, Best Sport '40, Electrician Senior Play '-IO. EMITTE OSVILLE HERMAN "Osvi1.i.E" "Evelyn-Slrudy Grove" Latin Club '38, '39, Hi-Y Club '39, Baseball '39, '40, Most Courteous '40, Property Manager Senior Play '40. GRACE ELIZABETH HESTER UGRACIEU "I Ilan' my excuse o.k.ed." Les Jaseurs Francais '40, Scrib- blers' Club '40, Most Dignifiecl '40, Senior Play '40. L'-SQENEN :JD 55' -,f '-3 'ib -f-C. - A--A I, lfif--.-I-fs..-F .fri 'LE RX I 'I XL' ERNEST NORMAN HOLLAND ..FM.., "I.f'i's yu In ilu' r'vunl'ry." Muilul Acro Club '38, Juuim' Illzmrslml '39, I'lmtogr:,iph limlilbr of CARUINM. '-HJ, Sci-ibblcrs' Club '40, Les jnscnrs Frnnqnis '40, Ili-Y Club '40, l'bysics Club '40, Must Dignificd '-10. JOHN FRANKLIN HOLLAR "JonNNv" "Ginmu' il .vlicrt of lvulv1'r." Model Acro Club '38, Spring Ifuot- ball '39, lfnullinll '39, l.:uiu Club '39, Circulzuiun, II'I:m:u:vr nl' Ili-Lifr' '40, .Ili-Y Club '40, l'liysics Club '40, lN'Ioxuu:r:ini Club '40, ,lunior IlIzu'sl1:1I '39, Scrilrblcrs' Club '39, '40, Scninr l'l:iy '-l0. LOUISE l.ORRAINE HONISYCUTT "I.ousi"' "SIlvrly, our nf lin-.wr day.: I'm ynunu looxc my ffaltzrrrri' with yon!" Clnss Prcsirlcnl '37, Scriliblcrs' Club '37, '38, '39, '40, Cla:-is RL-nm'lcr '37, '33, '40, Glue Club '37, '39, '40, Vice-Presillcut '39, Prusiilcm '40, Sucrctmy :unl 'I'runsurm' ul l.zuiu Club '38, Basketball '38, Assistant. Mmmgcr '39, Mzmzuzcr '40, Dclmting Team '39, '40, Home Economics Club '39, '40, Iiclil Club '39, '40, Secretary '40, Juninr lllarslizil '39, Cheer Lczulcr '39, Chief '40, Class Editor ul' CAunlN.u. '40, Mmiogrznn Club '40, Physics Club '40, Most Populzlr '40, Most Inlluculiul '40, Scninr l'l:iy '-IU, llistnrizui '40, ANNIE LOU HOUSIER "'l'oorsn-:" "Aw now, I rlonfi In'li1'z'c il." Clierryvillc '37, '38, llomc Eco- nomics Club '39, 'livin Club '39, '40, Scribblcrs' Club '-IO, Pliysics Club '-IO, Senior Plny '40, FRED ROBERT HUFFMAN "lI0Fm1AN" "Colin lmij'1'f" Football '35, '39, Spring Football '39, Les ,Insuurs Frzuuxiis '-I0. 1 1 WILLIAM N. HUNSUCKER "BILLY" 'Jiz'z'lyu, lst mn ,we your Latin," Latin Club '38, '39. HARRY GORDON IRWIN "Bush-za" "I work dlH'l'll-fl Nw work-f'm'l.r, Hi-Y Club '39. CHARLES LEWIS ISENHOWER "SQuARr:ui-mv" "Er-ah.-yc.v'm l" Hi-Y Club '39, Spring Football '39, XVittiest '40, Usher Senior Play '40. JOHN H. ISENHOWER, JR. "Poocn" 'I rmir to stliool in flic from scat of M11mn's rar!" Ili-Y Club '39, '40, Most Original -10, Laziest '40. J. F. HOKE JONES, JR. "Cu'ruz" "Am sl1uz:ks!" Spring Football '39, Football '39, .Ili-Y Club '39, '40, Vice-President '40, Junior Safeiy Patrol '39, '40, Class Vice-President '40, Best Look- ing '40, Monogram Club '40, l I I "N Page Eleven -Q, fr Y-f ,, Alx f , , ' fix--L. -f.,- ,. ' ,, H A ,C fi, - X9-,.r-Llggirj, R , ,:r-5- - ' ig, 11 r A ix ifrzf, N f--fQ:Fs.f+:-:-- Q. N' cl I W'N.B1.-,.f ill Q asf I W , C ,X X x, 439954 'e S.: iw? fx- X if-.,. jyfxgti-Q xx. R ig: -A-E -Q , r .W ,S , , S, to S -. di L 5 Q l ,e p p- 7 'M " 2' CECIL GLENN KISER "Cecil," "Wait u, minute, here comm' a tar." Junior Safety Patrol '39, '40. BILLIE MOORE LAWING "Bruin" "I stayed at home last night, but he didlft come." Basketball '37, Glee Club '40, Scribblers' Club '40, Les Iaseurs Francais '40, Laziest '40, Senior Play '40. TALTHA NORWOOD LAWING "'I'Ai.'rnA" " City Pharmacy-Sfwnziiily-Carolilzzz." Basketball '37, Home Economics Club '38, Scribblers' Club '39, '40, Les Iaseurs Franeais '40, Assistant Librarian '40, Stage Manager Senior Play '40, SOP!-IIE EVELYN LONG "Eve1.YN" "Chat!cr-Clmtter-Cl1utter." Basketball '37, '38, '39, '40, Alter- nate Captain '40, Vice-President of Home Economics Club '38, Class Secretary and Treasurer '39, Latin Club '39, Junior Marshal '39, Scrib- blers' Club '39, '40, Beta Club '39, '40, President '40, Class President '40, Assistant Candy Manager '40, Physics Club '40, Student Council '40, Monogram Club '40, Friendliest '40, Best All Round '40, Usher Senior Play '40. BETTY Ross MATHESON HBETSY.. "Will you sell candy today?" Glee Club '37, '39, '40, Basket- ball '37, Scribblcrs' Club '38, '39, '40, President '40, Home Economics Club '38, Latin Club '39, Physics Cluh '40, Beta Club '40, Candy Manager '40, Most Reliable '40, Most Loyal '40, Senior Play '40, K. JOSEPHINE MAUNEY "j0sl2rn1Ne" "It .ture is funny In me." Home Economics Club '38, Scrib- blers' Club '39, '40, Les ,laseurs Francais '40, Physics Club '40, Usher Senior Play '40, LEWIS EWELL MAUNEY "Lewis" "l'1l talac a car full of basketball girls." Asheville Farm School '37, '38, Oak Ridge Military Academy '39, Svrilzblers' Club '40, Les Jaseurs Francais '40, Basketball '40, Current Events Club '40, Monogram Club '40, EVERETTE DIXON MOOSE "Dixon" "I llavcnft a thing to say." EVELYN lNEZ MOOSE "EvELYN" "lx this right?" Scribblers' Club '39, Les Jaseurs 'Francais '40, JOHN GARY ODOM "Ji5ALous Jonwnn-:" "Don't you 0100 me something!" Baseball '37, '38, '39, Basketball '38, '39, '40, Captain '40, Football '38, '39, Captain '39, Monogram Club '39, '40, Most Athletic '40. 1 'f, i Y?iT,g1H 's X.-J ff- A ,-ies? " 7 -ff '-- -. Y Mb- fa vs ge--1 Y Q1-.- S?seEemfit if C 'fl .Mi 41-f.f-fog by QC -on Era 'Eze -ga--0lsfs,sPfs- -g,T7,,,j'g , 01 s - -' "fs -. MARY O. CAROLYN PARKER "CAaox.vN" Dorir, do you llrmv yum' lv.r.ron.r!"' Current Events Club '40, LOUISE lVlURlEL PEIELIER "Louise" "I cami' in ou Ilm lax! lm.r." Glcc Club '37, '39. NANCY BOLT POWER "NANCY" l'Vv Imrl 193 at Ihr oflivr lllllilliflly for lunch today." Home Economics Cluh '38, llaskct- ball '39, Scribblers' Club '39, '40, Les Jaseurs Francais '40, Assistant Circulation lllzumgcr of CARDINAI. '40, Most Sincere '40, Uslier Senior Play '40, Assistant Librarixni '4l0. JAMES KENNETH PRICE ..K,,N,. "Ha, you. bit on that onv."' Model Aero Club '38, Spring: Football '39, I-Ii-Y Club '39, Basket- ball '39, '40, llaseball '39, '40, Vice- Presiclent of Glue Club '40, Mono- gram Club '40, Senior Play '4D. WILLIE BLANCI-IE RABB "l3i.ANciiia" "I 1Inu'I l:1m1u." Scrillblurs' Club '40, Li-ra ,lam-urs Francais '40, Physics Club '40, Usher Senior l'l:iy '40. MARY EDITH REINHARDT "Tours" 'It's a new 1940 Cam.ferh'blc--wlzgwi" Basketball '37, Class Reporter '37, '38, '39, Home Economics Club '38, Scribblers' Club '37, '38, '39. '40, Assistant Editor-in-Chief of I-11'-Life '40, Student Cou11cil '40, Les jaseurs Franqais '40, Assistant l..iln'arian '40, Best Looking '40, Most Pet'- sonality '40, Promptcr Senior Play '40. TERRISSA LUCILLE ROCKETT "'l'muussA" "Boy, is a motorcycle fun!" Home Economics Club '38, Glee Club '40, Scribblers' Club '40, Les Jzlseurs Franqais '40, Usher Senior Play '40, EVELYN MARY SCALES "Snoa1'Y" "Au-fl me wiftli an 'l.IlfL'7'f0'l'lfjl umu- j1lr'.1'." Hickory '37, Latin Club '38, Glee Club '39, Beta Club '39, '40, Vice- President '40, Home Economics Club '39, '40, Treasurer '40, Basketball '39, '40g' Cheer Leader '40, Mono- gram Club '40, Circulation Manager of CARDINAL '40, Scribblers' Club '39, '40, Physics Club '40, Most Original '40, VVittiest '40, Prompter Senior Play '40. ALICE PAULINE SETZER "POLLY" "That brother af mine drive.: like a 172HllNM'.U Home Economics Club '38, Scrib- blers' Club '40, Les Jaseurs Francais '40, Physics Club '40, Usher Senior Play '40, LEWIS FRANKLIN SETZER "Flare" ".SlH'lP, I hum' my Flry.ric:." lllorlel Aero Club '38, Basketball '39, Les Jaseurs Francais '40, Presi- rlcnt of Physics Club '40, Most Sluclious '40. Page Thirteen E f 'sf-E 1- 'W 3 ' A"'nfa..' - is 35 E- 5 'ill yi Page Fourteen MARY MARGARET SETZER "lXIAuuAnlz'r" "Has cmybolly sem, Merritt?" Home Economics Club '38, Basket- ball '37, '38, '39, '40, Scribblers' Club '40, Glee Club '40, Monogram Club '40. MARTHA JEAN SETZER "MART1m" "Do chew' leaders get in frm?" Basketball '37, Latin Club '38, Scribblers' Club '38, '39, '40, Hume Economics Club '39, NVinuer of Wlestern North Carolina Forensic Poetry Contest '39, Cheer Leader '40, Business Manager of Ili'-Lift' '40, Monogram Club '40, Debate Team '40, Glee Club '40, Biggest Flirt '40, Forensic Team '40, Senior Play '40. DORCAS MARGARET SIGMON "Don1n"' "A zu, you'1'c crazy." Glee Club '37, '39, '40, Basketbzill '37, '33, Latin Club '38, Scribblcrs' Club '38, '39, '40, llume Economics Club '39, '40, President '40, Alter- native Debate Team '39, Advertising Manager of CARDINAL '40, Physics Club '40, Senior Play '40. WILFRED LONG SIGMON "Dim" "Miss Short, I COILIIIII-lf get some of these problems." Baseball '37, '38, Basketball '37, '38, Biggest Flirt '40, Usher Senior Play '40, MARTHA ELIZABETH SMITH "MAR'FI-IA" "Tcrrix.ra, you open- the locker this time." Home Economics Club '38, Glee Club '40, Scribblers' Club '40, Les Jaseurs Francais '40, Usher Senior Play '40, w ,.,l .Mgt RUTH EARLEEN SMITH "RuTn" "I wish I knew this." Home Economics Club '38, Scrib- blcrs' Club '40, Les Jaseurs Fran- cais '40, Glcc Club '40, Most Conrteous '40. EVELYN LOUISE SMYRE "Evm.x'N" "O.v'viIlc-Evelyn Long-Latin." Basketball '37, '38, '39, '40, Cap- tain '40, Secretary and Treasurer of Home Ecunmnics Club '38, Secre- tary and Treasurer of Latin Club '39, Junior Marshal '39, Beta Club '39, '40, Treasurer '40, Scribblers' Club '39, '40, Class Secretary and 'l'reasurcr '40, lVl'onogram Club '40, Must Athletic '40, Best Sport '40, Usher Senior Play '40, MILDRED JEANETTE TAYLOR "lYlJCKlEYn "Cllz'v'r3v1fillrf, Hiclcofry, L'll7lC0l7Lf07l'-' .vwzrll ta'wntv!" Basketball '37, '38, Home Eco- nomics Club '38, Scribblers' Club '38, '39, '40, Glee Cluh '40, Les jascurs Frauqais '40, Best Dressed '40, Senior Play '40. SARAH NADINE TEAGUE "NADlNE', "I 'work far llfliss Gabriel." Home Economics Club '38, Scrib- blers' Club '40, Les Iaseurs Francais '40, Glee Club '40, Usher Senior l:'lay '40, C. EVELYN THORNBURG uEVELYN" "Yun just pirlc an me 'muse I'm little." Beta Club '39, '40, Vice-President uf Seribblcrs' Club '40, Secretary and Treasurer of Les Jaseurs Fran,- cais '40, Class Grumblcr '40, Senior Play '40. .. s , jr W "W-, Ne, V. ,fx--1- - if-Y ' ir- Y , YW,.N Qxiiiifg?-,1""'-ky""'r'fv' 'iq' - i, 9"if"'S2Q:1ib?i'f1si,T..,g 3 CM...-P , o 'F 'E ' 'iefgafg 'r EQT' Q X X GEORGE A. WARLICK, JR. "ANm"' "Co.rlr, I livin? I rlonfl llam' ia 'work tonight." Class President '.l8: Scribblcrs' Club '38, '39, '-103 Junior Marshal '39: Ili-Y Club '39: Bela Club '39, '40g Lcs Jascurs Francais '-405 Assistant Advertising Marmgcr of CAKDINM, '-10: Most Ambitious '40g Fricnclliest '4Ug Stage Manager Senior Play '-10. WILLIAM FAREL WARLICK, JR. ' 'Fx,o01:l1a" "I sim' fln like my clrumx--Ymh 1lIan'l"' Latin Club '383 Model Acro Club '38: Tennis 'l'c-nm '.l9g llnseball '395 Ili-Y Club '39, '40: Football '39g Sz:ril1hlcr's Club '40: Les jascurs Francais '4Ug Bela Club N403 Cutvst 'fl0: Most Talenlecl '4Og Monogram Club '40 Pb sics Club '-103 Senior S Y Play '40. FRED TH EODORE WlELLBORN "Tum-: Tora "Oh well, you lcmnu Football '37, '38, '39 5 Monogram Club '38, '39, '-lil: Junior Safety Patrol '39, '-10: I'IiV Club '.l9g Assistant Librarian '39g Les ,laseurs Francais '40, BERTHA INEZ WILSON HINIEZU "A muplr of tluuvr' Algvbru problems arf' hateful." Basketball '37g Latin Club H385 TONYU what I mcun.."' Glce Club '.l9g Chicf Junior Marshal '39: Scribblcrs' Club '39, '4Dp Beta Club '39, '40p Les jasuurs Francais '405 Editor-in-Chief of CARIHNAL '-405 Most Stucliuus '40g Senior Play '403 Valeclicturian '40. KATHERINE JANE YODER "JANE" "Gully, what a time we had." Basketball '37, '38g Home Eco- nomics Club 238: Scribblers' Club '39. '40: Glee Club '40: Art Editor nf CARIHNAI, '40: Assistant Librarian '40g Les Jaseurs Franqais '4Og Senior Play '40g Testator '40. HELEN ISABELLE YOUNT "HELEN" "It 'really do1:.rn't make any differ- cure." Scribblers' Club '+l0g Les Jascurs Frzmqais '40g Physics Club '40, JUNIUS HORACE YOUNT "KNo1nxy" "JOII11i1gg, 'why d0lI'F you buy some paper. Latin Club '38g Spring Football 239: Basketball '38, '39, '40g Foot- ball '38, '39g Beta Club '39, '40g Hi-Y Club '39, '40, President '40g Scribblers' Club '-105 Vice-President of Mfonogram Club '4Og Feature Edi- tor of CARDINAL '4Og Vice-President nf Physics Club '40g Student Coun- cil '-405 Most Attractive '40g Best Dressed '4Og Most Personality '405 Usher Senior Play '4O. . .X J., ..nq,, 'cj v 1 N., , '--'11--,Y 1 .X Y - I .1 fan Page Fifteen M s Qiiyim 3' fo., 2139- gi- XT f fx 'L L Lflnfag E' L 'UL at O25 1 '- A 1 PX4 CLARA BELLE TAYLOR, BORN OCT. 16, 1920 DIED APRIL 28, 1939 PI4 IN MEMORY OF TWO OP OUR CLASSMATES PI4 CHARLES PRESTON NEAL, BORN DEC. 16, 1923 DIED DEC. 25, 1936 P14 Page Sixteen M' A :iEiT' ' 'L W igi?-'iize L f:TgeY:f?4k is 3 7 ' Y ,S , H "V V' MM "iq" - 15-L-X la-f Y 9 -A E ,Af eg E .,. E-Le e.,-e if 3 Q -r- 'X E Q t CARDINAL INEZ WILSON Editor-in-Chief MAIQGARET HARTN ESS Assistant Editor BETTY NUXTHESON Business Manager LOUISE HONEYCUTT Class Editor EVELYN SCALES Circulation Manager NANCY POWER W Asst. Circulation Manager 5 STAFF DOIQCAS SIGMON Advertising Manager ANDY WARLICK Asst. Advertising Manager ERNEST HOLLAND Photograph Editor HORACE YOUNT Feature Editor JANE YODER Art Editor MISS SHORE Faculty Adviser fxz. fig 4-Q15 abit t r W' LW' Page Seventeen f C E- - ff: , :- K-TT-hifi e f NE -O L , O 35f2 ALUMNI EDITION 2 FEBRUARY 1, 1950 NEWTON Condition Improved The condition of Mrs. Merritt Smith of Conover, the former Miss Margaret Setzer of Newton, is very much improved. Mrs. Smith is recu- perating from pneumonia contracted while honeymooning at L ake Hickory. Q Leave For Vacation Miss Nancy Power recently left for a vacation in Miami Beach, Florida, after writing her famous book Why. Where, cmd When? Misses Pauline Setzer and Nadine Teague will leave soon to spend their spring vacation at the World's Fair to be held in Raleigh, North Carolina. Will Spend Vacation Here Henry Fry, noted coach of Duke's famous basketball team, has returned home to spend the spring vacation. Mr. Fry will also spend several weeks in Morganton before returning. Miss Inez Wilson, teacher of Mathematics at the University of Conover, is spending the week-end with friends and relatives. Miss Evelyn Scales, United States' ambassador to Africa, will return home in 1955. Doctor Billy Hunsucker, noted for his work at the Mayo Clinic at Char- lotte, North Carolina, is spending a short vacation in Newton and Conover. Miss Mildred Taylor, prominent figure on both stage and screen, is expected to return to Newton early in June. MQM Newton Visitors Marshall Cline, editor of the newly- organized Conover Gazette, and wife, the former Miss Ruth Eckard, visited EWS OP TH Mrs. Floyd Heavener Sunday. Mrs. Heavener prior to her marriage in December was Miss Evelyn Thorn- burg. Harry Irwin, owner of Hickory's largest grocery store. was a business visitor in Newton Saturday after- noon. Miss Dorcas Siginon. who recently accepted a position as Pharmacist in the Town Pharmacy at Pumpkin Center, visited friends in Newton Friday. , Building in Newton Increases Horace Yount, widely known con- tractor, recently erected a night club in Startown for Osville Herman and his wife, the former Miss Evelyn Smyre. A new beauty salon has been opened by Misses Martha Smith and Terrissa Rockett. They are partners in a large chain of beauty parlors. A new dress shop has been formally opened by Misses Taltha and Billie Lawing. Only dresses designed by Mavis Clarke and Annie Laurie Griggs are sold. Misses Betty Matheson and Evelyn Long, partners of the store "Ye Olde Sweet Shoppe," formerly opened it to the public Tuesday afternoon. Mr. Cecil Kiser with the aid of Dixon Moose has had a new news- paper building erected. Their news- paper will be called North Newton Special. Miss Martha Jean Setzer. who has won national fame as a woman auctioneer, has had a new auctioneer's platform built. LUELLA and EVENTS O Z Z J soeieirv NEWS H SCHOOL VOL. XVII, NO. 20 LASS OP 1940 E., Reporter Kenneth Price, Farel Warlick, and Miss Ruby Flowers, who were elected President. Vice-President, and Secre- tary, respectively, of the Price and Warlick Gadget Company in Cat- square, have had a new factory erected south of Catsquare. 10- Attend Dietitian and Nurse Convention Misses Mary Hahn, 'Doris Christen- bury. Carolyn Parker and Josephine Mauney attended a Nurses' Conven- tion in Akron, Ohio. They were accompanied by Miss Evelyn Moose who attended a world-wide meeting of dietitians there. Music Recital Held Misses Margaret Hartness and Annie Lou Houser participated in a Music Recital held at NeWton's Music Hall. In the large audience were sev- eral noted people: Andy Warlick, famous doctor, Lewis Setzer, widely known lawyer, and Ernest Holland. who has won recognition as a chemist. -igil Attend Birthday Ball Several young people attended the President's Birthday Ball at Charlotte Friday night. Among those going were Louise Honeycutt and Wilfrecl Sigmon, Edith 'Reinhardt and Lewis Mauney, Virginia Deese and John Hollar, and Dorothy Bolick and J. W. Abernethy. ,.., Mrs. Hoke Entertains Mrs. James Hoke, formerly Miss Ruth Smith of this city. gave a fare- well party for Miss Lila Gilbert who is leaving for California to take a screen test and to visit a friend. . Q-i.. Return from Wedding Trip Mr. and Mrs. Paul Renner have returned from a wedding trip in Europe. Mrs. Renner is the former Miss Grace Hester .of this city. Mr. and Mrs. Renner will make their home in Pennsylvania. ., Will Leave Soon Misses Blanche Rabb and Helen Yount, Professors Stanley Corn and T. C. Hendricks will attend a teach- ers' meeting in Washington soon. Miss Rabb teaches Biologyg Miss Yount, Home Economics: Mr. Corn. French: and Mr. Hendricks, History. Mr. John Henry Isenhower will leave in the near future for a trip around the world. Mr. Charles lsen- hower, owner of a chain of Service Stations over the entire United States, will accompany him to New York. Miss Louise Peeler, who is a Red Cross Nurse, will visit her brother in Hawaii. Qi Special Events Mrs. Leslie Brady, the former Miss Evelyn Edison. owner of the Uni- versal Theatre at Claremont, has an- nounced the coming of "Answer Me" co-starring Jane Yoder, Hoke Jones and Fred Wellborn. John Gary Odom left last week for Germany to compete in the Olympic Games, to be held there. Mr. Odom has won fame as a football player and an all-round athlete. Landin Barlow has accepted the nomination as candidate for County Sheriff. Mr. Barlow has proved his ability for this position in many ways and has a very high recommendation. me -wx - - . ,459 if "M, jx qc?2 ,'TTl1l'fiv'-lil,-kfflfi f 'T ' x, ' grin -1 I I Yrs m F . i is SENIOR CLASS HISTORY As I gaze into my crystal ball to see what is in store for me in the future, great is. my surprise to see the past of the class of 1940. Through the glass sphere I see in the year l937, 120 very "green" boys and girls entering the large building. After getting fairly well acquainted with the process of changing classes and finding lockers. LDEY elect Louise Honeycutt as president. For the first time in our school history the football team, together with both basketball teams. Wins the championship. The National Honorary Beta Club is also installed in our school. The vision vanishes for a While, but soon comes this same group. now fairly Well civilized Sophomores of 1938. The choice for a leader this time is Andy Warlick. This year, Mr. Ciurley succeeds Mr. Campbell as superintendent and Mr. Rhyne becomes principal, The football team just misses Winning the championship, but the girls' basketball team makes the grade and comes out on top. As this year comes to an end, I again behold this same group, now "Jolly Juniors," hoping to give their upper classmen a grand ban- quet. In order to do this, the junior store is kept in operation. Marshall Cline is the leader this time. Again both basketball teams Win the trophy, but the football team just couldn't quite make the climb. The next vision of this class, shows sixty-seven "dignified" Seniors, under the reign of Evelyn Long. The Hi-Life is published semi-monthly and the seventh edition of the CARDINAL is published. These are made possible by selling candy and giving a play "Easy Money," under the direction of Miss Hall and Miss Shore. Student government is also begun. This year, our most successful, the football team misses the championship, but the girls again Win the champion- ship for the fourth consecutive year. The glass sphere clears-and We leave with a last farewell to our under classmen. LOUISE I-IONEYCUTT. Historian. Page Twcnly QS: fa.-SiQA5?QjeD"'31l,f1:lZT13gbia .f t +2-:gig 8 .DX -Q -ix. -2'-Deke? . 4 fe- . i.-T' 'f g '- i,fH f.f-::g'l ,, ,ii - 1 i ' i " 'cc i SENIOR CLASS WILL We. the Senior Class, preparing to depart with memories of our High School days, are making it known to all that we wish none of our talents to be lost or forgotten, therefore we declare the following, our last will and testament: To the school board, superintendent, and members of the faculty, we leave our thanks and appreciation for guiding us along the sea of "Studies" To the Juniors, we leave our play. candy business, "our end of the hall," and all its privileges. and our love to march out of chapel first with our noses stuck sky high. To the Sophomores. we leave our quiet and dignified manners, and our stuck up. conceited ways. To the Freshmen, we leave all our green possessions, all wise cracks and stale Jokes. To better inform them, we leave them all the carvings on the desks. Our individual talents are left to faculty and under classmen as below: 1. We, "Dot" Bolick and "Mickey" Taylor, do will to Barbara Reinhardt and Cecile Rowe our love for out-of-town boys. 2. I, Annie Lou Houser, do will and bequeath my love for drug stores to "Mickey" Faw. 3. I, Fred Wellborn, do will to Fred Clark my position on the football team. 4. We, Terrissa Rockett and Ruth Eckard, do will our smallness to "Dottie" Schrum and Helen Raymer. 5. I, Ernest Holland. do will my ability to find people, especially at night, to Marshall Travis. 6. We, Horace Yount and John I-Iollar, do will to Bill Morrison, "Patch" Furr and Leroy Furr our love to go to Hickory. 7. I, Stanley Corn, do leave to all Junior boys my love for Barbara Reinhardt. 8. l, Margaret I-Iartness, do leave to Katherine Ulmer my love for music. 9. We, Doris Christenbury and Evelyn Scales, will our height to Joe Arndt and "Sammie" Pace. 10. I. Edith Reinhardt, do will and bequeath my personality and looks to Mary Lewis Curlee. 1 l. I, Margaret Setzer, do leave to Merritt Smith my love for poodle dogs. 12. I, Marshall Cline, do leave my laughter to Mr. Peacock. 13. I, Evelyn Moose. do leave my smallness to John Davis. 14. I, Virginia Deese, will to Betty Lynn Pharr, my ability to flirt. 15. I. Lewis Mauney, leave, without pleasure, all my parking places to Joe Isenhower. 16. We, Josephine Mauney and Landin Barlow, do will to Bonnie Lackey and Joe Arndt our extra weight. 17. l, Blanche Rabb, do will and bequeath to Betty Sipe my fair complexion. 18. I, Farel Warlick, will do Gerald Deal my ability to tell jokes. 19. I, Evelyn Smyre, do leave to my sister, Rebecca. my smartness and place on the basketball team. 20. I, Pauline Setzer, will to June York my love for Chevrolets. 21. I, John Henry Isenhower, leave to Jean Whitener my laziness. 22. I, Taltha Lawing, leave my ability to look and act like Hedy Lamarr to Frances Abernethy. Page Twenty-one - - - at 'TLD af, ,fan A - " "' env- ' 'A fre. v - 4' f ' tr, g, ' If-f-L. ! - :fx- f Q it yv- W, fi-5 - 7,-.,, 7: i I F gg, -A. -F, . ,I-Jian ..,. A F A ,V-aj-Q, ,- 4 L-A --'-. ' A " iq K ..1...... . '-its .-. -. -. I - li 5 1.19 'Cv 23. 1'-Tociny brother Bill, I, Andy Warlick, leave my ability to talk with my an s. 24. I, Henry Fry, do leave to Forest Sharpe my place on the Junior Patrol. 25. We, Osville Herman and "Dill" Sigmon, leave our wavy hair to Charles Scales and Mack Brady Melchor. 26. I, Louise Honeycutt, leave to Laura Nell Schrum my love for score keepers. 27. We, Billy Hunsucker and Carolyn Parker, leave our quietness to James Myers and Addie Mae Fortenbury. 28. I, Billie Moore Lawing, leave to Sue Ellen Schell my love for college boys. 29. I, Hoke Jones, leave to Jaster Smith my good looks. 30. I, Mavis Clark, leave my love for strange men to Oleen Jarrett. 31. I, Lila Gilbert, leave my athletic ability to Louise Epps. 32. I, Helen Yount, leave my long walks to school to Virginia Reynolds. 33. I, Jane Yoder, do leave to my sister, Henrietta, my love for State and Carolina. 34. I, Martha Smith, leave my new permanent to Myrtle Lackey. 35. I, Evelyn Edison, leave to Grace Arndt, my ability to keep my man. 36. We, Lewis Setzer and Luella Cooke, leave to Glenn Perry Deal our height and quiet ways. 37. I, Louise Peeler leave my giggles to Frances Abernethy. 38. I, Martha Jean Setzer, leave to Miss Shore my love for dancing. 39. I, Inez Wilson, leave my red hair to Mr. Robinson. 40. I, J. W. Abernethy, leave to Evan Setzer, Jr., my ability for driving. 41. I, Nadine Teague, leave my place in the library to Blake Lehmons. 42. I, Nancy Power, will my black hair to Virginia Cochran. 43. I, Evelyn Thornburg, leave my grumbling ways to my brother Forrest. 44. We, Evelyn Long and Ruby Flowers, leave our place on the basketball team to Peggy Sigmon and Elizabeth Setzer. 45. I, Harry Irwin, leave all my candy to Sara Jane Moseley. 46. I, Cecil Kiser, leave my seat in General Business to my sister, Mary Elizabeth. 47. I, Annie Laurie Griggs, leave all my boy friends to Sarah McCreight. 48. I, Kenneth Price, will to Wade Henry Shuford my love for airplanes. 49. We, Mary Hahn and Dixon Moose, leave our hate for studying to Vivian Cline and Elizabeth Hutchens. 50. I, Grace Hester, leave my neat appearance to Doris Moehlmann. 51. I, T. C. Hendricks, leave to Jay Thomas Hewitt my place on the Student Council. 52. We, Betty Matheson and Dorcas Sigmon, will our studious ways to Henrietta Yoder and Bill Yount. 53. I, Ruth Smith, leave my dignilied ways to Mr. Gabriel. 54. I, John Gary Odom, do will and bequeath my athletic ability to "Sammie" Pace. Signed, sealed, published and declared by the Senior Class to be its last will and testament in the presence of us, the undersigned, who, at its request, do subscribe our names as witnesses thereto: WITNESSES! JANE YODER, EDITH REINHARDT Testator. TALTHA LAWING Page Twenty-two - ' f-- pix- L'-ig - 11, P 1 " - wa 1 .. .. fb' 'l ."t -- .. ,, gvdggrw-,-cl, . ,I-47-,V ,, . 3. 1 . A , . .. .,, . 1-hh. ,44- .M-f R ,.a- A . - --. . . ,,... ,- ---AV n . - X ' . ,. a,-f-,ML-ry., 4 ' -L+----1' 1.1 'H 6, ' 1 .4 ax, Qz 5 A+' ' ffff' 'la , , su-- - ,. 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A Must Aflllct-ic STANLEY Coax, Louisa HONliX'CUTT ..,.. ...Most Pupulur FAREI. XVARLICK, MARGARIQT IIARTNESS Mos! Talcntcrl OSVILLE HERMAN, RUTH SMHH .......... Most Cuurtvmm Page Twenty-four Llswls SETZER, Tmaz XVILSON . ....,..,..,,,.., Most .Studiazm Axmuiw XVARLICK, RIAILGARITI' HAR'rNl-:ss Alas! Annlzihfmrs Ilolmcxa YouN'r, Vll!tlINlA Dmcsxc .,..,..., Mast A111-mrtiw lloxmcxa YOUNT, RIII.DRl2D TAvx.oR .....,,,,... Bm! Ijreucd ANDRl'ZXV WARl.rr:K, EVIELYN Loma ..,,. ....,..... F 1-fmzdl1'c.vt ERNEST Hol.1.ANu, Gxmcn Hxaswk ,...,,,., Most llfguificd in-Q. 1 is x. g V ,xx , XL-, fi- 'A Y ..,- - ,g ' fllif ' N04 in- 'xT1 i + N iri' 'f -r-'-- 2- M -Q .. 1.2. - , A..- 0 , . . - 0 - 5 ,SSN 7 Q, . .1 .Z ,.'1-jzji ij -uf " A 1 1.'fQ'5,.pff 5-'S'f'...g.Z . , ,- ,L :fi iggnibg ,- F .be-.g -e. an lvmqi, N.. j F. ,-f. , ' ,,, : 4,,,x . A b EK :V 'F I SENIOR SUPERLATIVES 1'IlcN1n' Fav, BETTY Ross AIATIIESUN ..... Most Relinblv IIENRY FRY, NANCX' Powxcu ,..,..,.,,.... ..,.., , Most Sz'mw'z' JOHN II. Islannoxvmz, EVELYN SCALES l1fl1.YffJl'l.!I1TIllIf S1'AN1.x-:Y Colm, LOUISE Iinxlcvcm-'r llluxt Inflnnnlzkzl T. C. Ilxmvlucncs, Evzanvx Loss ,M ..... 13r',vt-All-Rmlml CIIARLES ISENIIDWER, IEVMLYN SCM:-rs ...- ...,....... Witfivxt I-IENRY FRY, BE'r'1'x' Ross LIATIIESON ,........, Most Loyal WILFRED SmMoN, MARTHA I. Smzan Biggest Flirt.: Jolm H, Israxuowrin, Bn.Lm L,xw1Nc ......-...Ln.:1'c.vt Ilormcm YouN'r, EDITH RIQINHARDT .,,. Mort Per.mm1l1'ty T. C. I'IliNDRlCKS, EVELYN SMYRI-: M-.- ..... Best Sports M. CLINE, Jn., Evm.yN TIIORNUURG ,.., Class Grumblers Page Twenty-five Q.. - v Y- '-- 7 ,,- -,'f'ii- - ZS QXV, ' -... X i in 'Q' s 10 Y v- T5-gg Q 1113, 23- Q- O , I gg X- '13 ,A ff Q? ,ij L 'A ,FFR ff? -rv K F-5 Xia, f. ,. 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'1gL4,1g ,q- gf THE JUNIOR CLASS JUNIOR CLASS ROLL Grace Arndt Rebecca Asbury Winfred Bentley Ronda Bolick Helen Bolin Betty Jean Brittain Mac Brunson Herman Burns Archie Butler Dorothy Butler John Caldwell Fred Clark Vivian Cline Virginia Cochran Alonzo Coley Johnny Copeland James Corriher Kenneth Coyner John Davis Mildred Faw Addie Mae Fortenbury Murphy Fulbright Lee Wilson Gabriel Orren Griggs Floyd Heavner Lillian Hendrix Garth Lee Hill Mattie Howell June Evelyn Hunsucker Page Thirty Elizabeth Hutchens Margaret Ikerd Joe Isenhower Margie Kaylor Gladys Keever John Keever Mary Elizabeth Kiser Mary Ella Klutz Edward Lawing Norma Lawing Blake Lehmons Burl Lehmons Ruth Lingerfelt Bill Marlowe Dorothy Martin Cyrial Matheson Pauline Matthews Sarah McCreight Bill McGee Willie Mae McKinnis Helen McRee Mack Melchor Sara Jane Moseley Ruth Moser James Myers Jessie Mae Nance Peggy Oliver Madeline Pitts Bobby Powell Winfield Punch Barbara Reinhardt Virginia Reynolds Mary Rockett Cecile Rowe Charles Scales John Schell Sue Ellen Schell Laura Nell Schrum Elizabeth Setzer Boyce Sharpe Fred Sherrill Andris Sigmon Mozelle Sigmon Nancy Rae Simmons Revonda Simmons Nellie Sipe Faye Smith Merritt Smith Bill Thorton Marshall Travis Wade Travis Katherine Ulmer Ashley Walling Bill Warlick Jimmy Warlick McDonald Wellborn Sherrod Williams June York Doris Young 2 GI' 5 ds K H 4 fl 1 0 fxxl f U1 ZMJZ. SGPHOMGRES Page Thirty-one 0 X . '31LiQ gi N, N1 1. f- 85. tL7.f.SX,,L, , ,czf ' - ,g i 1, R ' K f x - - " ' .x-xv, - SOPHOMORE CLASS OFFICERS ' BARBARA SIGMON . . . ..... Q ,...... President HARVEY LUTZ ..,. .,......... V ice-President LOY SIGMON ............... Secretary and Treasurer Page Thzrty two ,J 9. 'C 45- w- ig , ff X- l -, , Y A A , 1?-7 Q -' A 1 ix f- X -Nw' Q' 'Y '-1 , 'J' 1. --1 "'-1" 5. A . Ttx -.-- - , we - , n K 4- 3, - 'J A1 A JST K Tl QX, ,..,.X M 1 v E, :Y 5 L15 'P 1 ,ff 5' WV ,, YJ Q gg 54 i Q id SS CLA SOPHOMORE HE 'U Q un W "1 E' 2. U: I.. :r " T 'Tr 'D - CX f 2' gift'-' lx ,,J-:fa-Eg? -NW iff- N Y A. N - - A '- -' 'J Yx C1 N I Q ' wJg,x xxx Q-QL ' ?f+:I'+-sifw 'FL -2- x 'LE-. lx fha-W X EL' -"X,-f-1' -it-ffN mfg K, W, " ' 7 ' - ' . 1. SOPHOMORE CLASS RCLL Charles Abernethy Lucille Allen Joe Arndt Woodrow Austin Wilma Bolick Billy Bondurant Leo Bowman Rebecca Carter Helen Clark Betty Cline Mildred Cline Dorothy Cochran Marion Cochran Jean Corbitt Leon Coulter E. H. Crowe Sarah Crowe Mary Lewis Curlee Mildred Curlee Gerald Deal Margaret Deal Dorothy Eckard Louise Epps Marjorie Ervin Leroy Eurr Robert Eurr Jack Gabriel Joe Gabriel Page Thirty-four Sue Hefner Shirley Hendrix Franklin Herman Jack Hewitt Jay Thomas Hewitt Harold Hoke K. C. Honeycutt Lucille Huffman Alice Hunsucker Ernectine Hunsucker Marjorie Isenhower Oleen Jarrett Alvin Kuhn Myrtle Lackey Jean Lail Evaleene Lehmons Virginia Lockman Harry Long Dorothy Lowrance Harvey Lutz Paul Mingus Demps Moose Bill Morrison Richard Myers Wilma Patterson Betty Lynn Pharr Jennie Hollis Pharr Carl Price Dwight Price Walter Queen Helen Raymer Henry Reeves Evelyn Rogers Dorothy Knox Schrum Helen Setzer Jessie Shelton Thomas Sherrill Wade Shuford Barbara Sigmon Earline Sigmon James Sigmon Joe Sigmon Loy Sigmon Ray Smith Jacqueline Starnes C. J. 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CLEMMER NORRIS KAYLOR PERRY REITZEL JOHN MACON CLINE OSCAR LAWING BILL RITCHIE CHARLES DEAL LAVERNE LINEBERGER HORACE ROBINSON GLENN PERRY DEAL EARL LITTLE LEON ROBINSON THOMAS ELLIOT MARVIN MAGKAY HAMPTON SCHELL ANTHONY FINGER MAYNARD MARLOWE MAX SCHRUM CLYDE FOX NEIL MARTIN JOHN WILLIAM SETTL GEORGE FULBRIGHT TALMADGE MCCALL EVAN SETZER Page Thirty-eight 'GT"fj'f'T'fif' in-f 'f 1 ' ESG --H if A Q. ,,.- LL' A :Yg E.-M "f-- L R' T' -- '-- .Y A-, W- A S1 ' . ' -A' I "1 A -'- "- I' A- 'M N, --J T 4 Tx' if .qv .3 .-1.g4,g5,,5i, I ,HBA II.C,,gR-LS M HA- -.,Til...' Y 'II . W l-.. If - .':1I'.4I ,J ' I -. I, y ,. 1...A" ,Y , I-"1 ,L I'-Q ,.-I Nc" , . ', ' -,e n 1 .1 A-. I GLENN SETZER HUGH SETZER JACK SETZER JOHN LEWIS SETZER CARL SHARPE JAMES SIGMON CARROLL SIMMONS HOMER SIMMONS Q. E. SIMMONS R. A. SIMMONS HOWARD SMITH JASTER SMITH DANE SMYRE DAVID TEAGUE F. E. 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HENDRICKS GRACE HESTER Page Forty ROLL ERNEST HOLLAND BILLIE LAWING TALTHA LAWING JOSEPHINE MAUNEY LEWIS MAUNEY EVELYN MOOSE NANCY POWER BLANCI-IE RABB EDITH 'REINHARDT T ERRISSA ROCKETT LEWIS SETZER ,...I,...,.PreSzdent . . . . . . .Vice-President Secretary and Treasurer , . . . . ,Faculty Adviser PAULINE SETZER MARTPIA SMITH RUTH SMITH MILDRED TAYLOR NADINE TEAGUE EVELYN THORNBURG ANDREW WARLICK FAREL WARLICR FRED WELLBORN INEZ WILSON JANE YODER HELEN YOUNT -. -L-E, L 'N W - L-- rig... ff? EE ff- 'jfgfifj C' su I'op XX f 4,.v.sE:g'.Il22TviH?55f"'5' g L,-M x O' -V 4 -4 ' .AS-gi 0 XE 'T Y SKN1 Y- , V ,A e me - ' Ov -vt- Q I e " X PHYSICS CLUB LEWIS SETZER , . . HORACE YOUNT . . . MERLE SMITI-I I . MR. CLAPP . I . WINIIIZED BENTLEY MARSHALL CLINE. JR. JOHN DAVIS ERNEST HOLLAND JOHN HOLLAR LOUISE HONEYCUTT ANNIE LOU HOUSER OFFICERS ROLL EVELYN LONG BETTY ROSS MATHESON CYRIAL MATHESON JOSEPI-IINE MAUNEY WINPIELD PUNCH BLANCHE RABB EVELYN SCALES . I , , I President . .,,.,.... 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IVIARSI-IALL CLINE DOROTHY BOLICK LILA GILBERT , . STANLEY CORN , . . VIRGINIA DEESE . . MISS GABRIEL . , Miss HALL . . , . .Assistant Editor . . .Business Manager Circulation Manager . , . , . .Chief Printer . . .Assistant Printer . . ,Assistant Printer . . .Sports Editor . . , . .Art Editor . . .Printing Adviser . . .Faculty Adviser Page Forty-three f-'fx f 'MTX , ft A::"""--'A' . 1- . Q, 7- t,-Qui fi Il HB-L-:-f,:1 5 Q 1,1 VT' vjT'i' -4. o I A 5 SJS SEQ TREATY x X lgjfl:-fi-ii?-"3 - Yf7il-1fiigts',' X X ' ' SCRIBBLERS' CLUB BETTY IVIATI-IESON . . . EVELYN TI-IORNBURG . . . MARGARET' I-IARTNESS . . MISS HALL .4...... J. W. ABERNETI-IY GRACE ARNDT DOROTHY BOLICK BETTY .IEAN BRITTAIN MARY MILTON CAMPBELL BETTY CLINE MARSHALL CLINE VIVIAN CLINE LORENE DAVIDSON VIRGINIA DEESE EVELYN EDISON LILA GILBERT MARGARET HARTNESS T. C. HENDRICKS GRACE HESTER .IOI-IN HOLLAR LOUISE HONEYCUTT ANNIE LOU HOUSER ERNESTINE HUNSUCKER ELIZABETH HUTCI-IENS OLEEN JARRETT BILLIE LAWING TALTI-IA LAWING Page Forty-fo ur OFFICERS MEMBERS RUTH LINGERFELT EVELYN LONG BETTY MATI-IESON JOSEIJHINE MAUNEY LEWIS MAUNEY SARA MCCREIGHT SALLY MCNAMAIKA DOROTI-IA LOU MILLER EVELYN MOOSE ROSEMARY MOOSE SARA JANE MOSELEY BOBBY POWELL NANCY POWER BLANCHE RABB EDITH REINHARDT MARTHA REINHARDT TERRISSA ROCKETT EVELYN SCALES DOROTHY KNOX SCHRUM LAURA NELL SCHRUM MARGARET SETZER MARTHA JEAN SETZER ..........,.President . . . . , . . .IIIICC-PfCSI.dUf7l' SOCI'0l6II'y and Trcfczsurer . . , . . .lfucully Adviser PAULINE SETZER ANDRIS SIGIVION BARBARA SIGMON DORCAS SIGMON PEGGY SIOMON MARTHA SMITH RUTH SMITII EVELYN SIvIYRE MICKEY TAYLOR NADINE TEAOUE EVELYN TI-IORNBURG KATHERINE ULMER ANDY WARLICK BILL WAIlI.ICK FAREL YVARLICK NIELLIE WEAVEI1 JEAN WI-lI'I'ENEIl INEZ WILSON HENRIETTA YODER JANE YODER DORIS YOUNG HELEN YOUNT HORACE YOUNT 5- -L' fu- if - - Y T ix as-.N 1 '15 "'t-Qt 'A' in fOfE,,iA"ET' fg X Ay'g' 'F S H ki 0 A I 1'1- Y H iv fx- n - f 2:1-3 ,,,-i A Y Y f ' Y- , f ' V W -X. 1 x-x vl.,3 E W , EXIT 1 'iivfff-:Jsa'a2:g:v-QE-QE-:'1 -,X A- i 'I -:Sf -L - ' - EASE. 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Mooslc RosmIARv h1O0SE SARA JANII NIOSELEY AIARION OVVEN TIaMPIzRANcIs PITTS DNVIGIIT PRICE KliNNETll PRICE BARBARA RIIINIIARIIT MARTHA REINIYIARDT I.I:NoRIs REITZEL LIARY RocKIs'r'r TERR1ssA ROCKETT EVELYN ROGERS CECILR Rowxz CHARLES SCALES JOIIN M. SCIIRLL Sum ELLEN SCIIRLI. DOR0'l'PIY KNOX SCIIRUM , . . . .President . , Vice-President . .VIVCQ-PF6Sl'll0Dl , , Vice-President , ..... Director EI.IzAIxIa'I'II SIz'I'zl-:R IIELEN SIa'rzIaR NIARHARIUI' SIQTZIQR ,IIQSSI Ki SlIliI.'l'HN ANIIRIS SIGMUN IJORCAS SIGMON Pxanmsv SIGMON Q. E. SIMMONS NANCY RAR SIMMONS BIa'r'I'v SIRI: Nlil.l.lli SIPE FAYE SAIITII JASTIER SMITII KATIIRRINR SMITII NIARTIIA SMITII RAY AIILLER SIIITII RUTII SMITII NADINE TEAGUE BILL WARLICK NIzI.I.II: WRAIIRR JIQAN XAVHITENICR III-:NRIIs'r'I'A YOIIER JANII XYOIHCR DORIS YOUNG JOIIN XVILLIAM Sm"rI,mIn'RI: Page Forty-eight I I lx -Q. Im '21 1,5 0 T21ij1:1 ,Q1i':-'f:Tfix,,f if L W E i I 4 HOME ECGNOMICS CLUB OFFICERS DORCAS SIGMON .,., .......... .,..,,. P r esiderzt JEAN VJI-IITENER .,... . I IVice-President BETTY JEAN BRITTAIN . . ..,,., Secretary EVELYN SCALES ..,. .,..,.,. T reasurer MISS WILLIAMS . , ........... . . .Faculty Adviser MEMBERS LEO BOWMAN DOROTHA LOU MILLER BETTY JEAN BRITTAIN MARION OWEN MARY MILTON CAMPBELL MARTHA REINHARDT MARY LEWIS CURLEE EVELYN SCALES MARJORIE ERVIN HELEN SETZER MARY LILLIAN FOWLER ANDRIS SIGMON LOUISE HONEYCUTT CHRISTINE SIGMON ERNESTINE HUNSUCKER DORCAS SIGMON JEAN LAIL JACQUELINE STARNES VIRGINIA LOCKMAN JEAN WHITENER BETH YODER Page Forty-nine 2.7 T ,fx Zi :BSS ?lFEsQL: fig,1E'l 5156A fiijfliibfzlg ,W fo " H. -C ,f . K -A ,L ITIL W :Agfa fi?" H NX Figs, 'LLL V QFNW V -1, Y,.T-.,fV,,, 1: fixqf? - ' Ifiqlv-""'Y4..l,a " .Qc-QF, ifvnix :F5ifY '-'ff-' 'C 'gy-Q-if - iii-F833 Y -H - - H .H-gxbfiigyg E EQ,-,K ' -23 KA II CURRE BETTY JEAN BRITTAIN . . JOE ISENI-IOWER .... ANDRIS SIGMON . . HELEN IVICREE . . . MISS MOIVER . . . MR. PEACOCK , . . REBECCA ASBURY BETTY JEAN BRITTAIN I-IERMAN BURNS DOROTHY BUTLER MAVIS CLARK VIRGINIA COCHRAN ALONZO COLEY JOHNNY COPELAND JAMES CORRIHER LORENE DAVIDSON IVIILDRED PAW MURPHY FULBRIGHT ANNIE LAURIE GRIGGS FLOYD HEAVNER IVIATTIE HOWELL JUNE EVELYN HUNSUCKER JOE ISENHOWER T EVENTS CLUB OFFICERS MEMBERS IVIILDRED LACKEY NORMA LAWING BURL LEHMONS BILL MCGEE HELEN MCREE BILL MARLOWE LEWIS IVIAUNEY PEGGY OLIVER CAROLYN PARKER IVIADELINE PITTS WINFIELD PUNCH BARBARA REINHARDT VIRGINIA REYNOLDS MARY ROCKETT CECILE ROWE CHARLES SCALES JOHN SCHELL ........,...PresIdenl . . . . ,Vice-President . , .Secrelary and Treasurer Crilic . . .lfacully Adviser . . .Faculty Adviser DOROTHY KNOX SCI-IRUM LAURA NELL SCHRUM ELIZABETH SETZER PRED SHERRILL BOYCE SHARPE ANDRIS SIOMON MOZELLE SIOMON NELLII3 SIPE PAYE SMITH MERI'aIT'I' SMITH BILL THORTON MARSHALL TRAVIS WADE TRAVIS ASHLEY NVALLING BILL WAIZLICK JIMMY WAIQLICK MCDONALD WELLBORN MARGIE KAYLOR SUE ELLEN SCHELL JUNE YORK JOHN KEEVER DORIS YOUNG Page Fifty R- , 1.Y1,T 'H' ' ' . L H-QL EES A I'-'H - MTVN -H f hE-i':gv f 5521-fi-gi I .gs wif Q jifz., O ,,.,-.g NUI if A I , , 451 Aff? ff' 'UL ISC W- f-if Exfifgigr-Cir E , ,Y I fe E. SE if L., fy -A E- Q E I ,A HI-Y CLUB OFFICERS HORACE YOUNT . . ........ ., HOKE JONES .. JOE ISENI-IOWER . . . MII. REEYES .... .......... MEMBERS RONDA BOLICK JOHN CALDWELL, JR. FRED CLARK LEON COULTER HENRY FRY LEROY FURR GARTI-I LEE HILL ERNEST HOLLAND JOHN HOLLAR JOE ISENHOWER JOHN HENRY ISENHOWER , . . . . .President . . . . . . . . .Vice-President . .Secretary and Treasurer . . , . . . . IFaculty Adviser HOKE JONES BOBBY POWELL CHARLES SCALES JOHN SCHELL BOYCE SHARPE CARL SHARPE LOY SIGMON BILL WARLICIQ FAREL WARLICK AUSTIN WILSON HORACE YOUNT Page Fifty-one Qinfiigf--, "lf,---iiiii -. . --ffQA-Pi:x'A 'Tvaggfixr i-X 5 'fi-xigfx -fx IA - E :5w2'X1gH.w.j+E-fK:EL Rig L N1g5,., 0 f-Ag I e:?:'E figs 6 Q ffjgf XENP, gbU-B- lx- ' 'A' f ' ' T , L 'Y-f"?,-. 2 -iQ W Y ,vi'- l-.fx -f+':s.::'::-55126: f-aa:'f A X, Q 1111- - F - " X ' 'sqlsiv 35313 42-c ff' T C7 - 'T ' ? ' , fx Y 'a:g,-- Y .. .,,a- Captains FRED CLARK HENRY FRY ORREN GRIGGS HOKE JONES CECIL KISER BOYCE SHARPE FRED WELLBORN Lieutenants JOHN CALDWELL JAMES CORRIHER BOBBY FURR' LEROY PURR JOE GABRIEL BILL MCCEE Page Fifty-two SAPETY'PATROL HARRY MORRIS BILL MORRISON BOBBY POWELL WINFIELD PUNCH DONALD QUEEN HUGH SETZER LOY SIGMON Patrolmen J. W. ABERNETHY WOODROW AUSTIN ADRION BLANEY LEONARD CASHION B. L. CLEMMER JOHN CLINE MARION COCI-IRAN C. T. HENDRIX OSCAR LAWING TALMADGE MCCALL DEMPS MOOSE ROBERT MOOSE DWIGHT PRICE FORREST PROPST WALTER QUEEN HENRY REEVES LEON ROBINSON HOWARD SMITH F. E. THORNBURG FORREST THORNBURG BILL WAIQLICIC MARSFIALL WPXISNANT JOHN ROBERT WILSON CARLIE ROSS YOUNT 5, f-3 ,- Ag A ff1,-- Z-L lisa-L xxlj 'BLQNTQYI ' 525 Llofx-5 iv 1, Q lixff'-e.1i,C, 4'Tf gg, . ez, L f . 2 -'ff e -A A' A F' P' D- -Nr--. - farm SENIOR SPLAY "Easy Money " CAST OF CHARACTERS Mrs. Elizabeth Hi-Smith, The Mother .... ....,.. I NEZ WILSON Mr. Rudolph Hi-Smith, The Father .... ,... M ARSHALL CLINE Marguerite Hi-Smith, Daughter ..........., .... E VELYN EDISON Pam Hi-Smith, Another Daughter ........... .... V IRGINIA DEESE Tommie Hi-Smith. The "Tom Boy" Daughter . . . . . I.... JANE YODER Marcus Astorbilt, Millionaire Manufacturer ..,.I......,.. KENNETH PRICE Aunt Sue, An Elderly Aunt ...........I.....I,. MARTHA JEAN SETZER Farina Witherspoon, A Designing. Vampish Woman ,,.. LOUISE HONEYCUTT Professor Pellingham, Fake Voice Teacher ,.....r......... JOHN HOLLAR Uncle Jim, "Mighty ine" Inventor .......,... . , . . FAREL WARLICK Hennie Mae. Negro Servant ...,..... . . .BETTY MATHESON Pete, Negro "FourfIusher" and Butler ....,......,......, STANLEY CORN GUESTS IN ACT III: Helen Yount, Dorcas Sigmon, Margaret Setzer, Lila Gilbert, Dorothy Bolick, Evelyn Thornburg, Grace Hester, Mildred Taylor, Luella Cooke, Billie Lawing, Annie Lou Houser. MISS HALL ..... MISS SHORE .....,. EDITH REINHARDT . EVELYN SCALES .... MARGARET I-IARTNESS OSVILLE HERMAN . . STANLEY CORN ..... T. C. HENDRIX .... J. W. ABERNETHY . . TALTI-IA LAWING . . . ANDY WARLICK . . RUTH SMITH EVELYN LONG MAVIS CLARK NANCY POWER WILERED SIGMON USHERS HORACE YOUNT CHARLES ISENHOWER EVELYN SMYRE TERRISSA ROCKETT MARTHA SMITH JOSEPHINE MAUNEY . . .Director . . . .Director ........Prompter ..........Prompter . . . .Property Manager . . . .Property Manager . . .Curtain Manager . . . . . . .Electrician . . . . . .Electrician . . . .Stage Manager . . . .Stage Manager PAULINE SETZER ' NADINE TEAGUE RUBY FLOWERS BLANCHE RAE-B ANNIE LAURIE GRIOOS Page Fifty-three T A Y I 'S 1 I Y TCA--. ,ix Q ,f4u. -svxh X -f- -- , - A Y C. - -L lux 'Tk -Eff' '-4 'EQ Oefrf' 1 E T:f"'-,,,:f- .., I 0 nit -E A . .,L.,,. .ff IIII I, .E - liiZ3rf,7Y ,- LQ II ,XII .asks DEBATING TEAMS LOUISE HONEYCUTT . . , . . .Affirmaziue MARTHA JEAN SETZER , , . . .Affirmazeiue BILL WARLICK ....... .... N egaliue SARA JANE MOSELEY ,....,.E,,,...,.E......E.,..E,.,..,. Negariue RESOLVED: That the Federal Government should own and operate the railroads. PORENSIC CONTESTANTS IN PRELIMINARY TRY-OUT MARTHA JEAN SETZER , , . . ,Reading GRACE ARNDT .,..,.. . . .Poetry JEAN CORBITT .... . .Poezry SARA JANE MOSELEY . . ,,,,,. Poelry CHARLES SCALES .... . . .Declumation MARSHALL CLINE, JR. . . ll..l. Declamarion BILL WARLICK ,....l A... O riginal Oration L I B R AR I A N S MISS MCMILLAN . . . . .Librarian MRS. CORBITT . . ,............,.. . . ,Assistant Student Assistants VIRGINIA DEESE TALTI-IA LAWING' EVELYN EDISON BETTY Ross lVlA'l'HESON JUNE EVELYN HUNSUCKER EDITH REINHARDT HELEN SETZER JESSIE SHELTON JOSEPHINE MAUNEY NANCY POWER MARJORIE ERWIN MILDRED TAYLOR Page Fifty-four , --. L ,,f'i...... X , , , .L '!S.- 'f -A' ,, T I'--L ' 'Ev' .'w"'- Tx W, -IL' M-.. --, 'Ti ir E Q " '- ' -21 '-,NJ . ' S ' -, T 'fm-.-. ,gan A. .f ,I SS, has Q. Io ci-I as ' .19 I N321 Q- 'T , - QQ: .-4 - A fl.. 5' seVf.f - i" v:3lili4?Q f:ra T-.Jllifgn-:Q-Q '5x5,.,-f"f4-V1 ' L51 QAAY l C? 1 Q8 L J., :gg ,Qs -if--' lk FAITHFML AND Evgfz LOQFIL, W5 WILL Boosv' ou.R DEAR o LE Hi --- U THLETICS 5 f -A - K-i f .R --f 7 T fig --f Y1"X4,, A - gs, 1, - ' A -- - jx -f 1, ,ff-fs -- - E I 3, --X Y-' 'ftnfff Y W, ' , " '2t:?l'i:?l'i,pl?LfT""- - gi if f f Q' O fi 1' X'-L ' -X ' ' is ,V 1 0 3wg,,.i. EW X E1 g,:-E-I FOOTBALL TEAM BLAKE LEHMONS ,....A. Manager JOHN ODOM, Captain .,.. Fullback ARCHIE BUTLER WILLIAM POWLER T. C. HENDRICKS HORACE YOUNT . FAREL WARLICK EDWARD LAWINO BOBBY POWELL . STANLEY CORN , JAMES CORRIHER LOY SIOMON .... FRED WELLBORN BOYCE SHARPE . . MR. RHYNE . . . MR. REEVES . . . Page Fifty-six Quarterback Quarterback ......Halfback . . . , .Halfback . .Halfback . , . , .Halfback . . . . .Halfback , , , .Center . . . .Center . . , .Center , . . .Guard . . . .Guard BILL WARLICIC . . . PRED CLARK . . . JOE ISENHOWER . . JOE GABRIEL ....... LEE WILSON GABRIEL MAC BRUNSON ..... GARTI-I LEE HILL , . HUGH SETZER .... JACK SETZER ..... FLOYD HEAVNER . . . JOHN HOLLAR .... HOKE JONES . , . JOHN SCHELL . . Manager , .Guard . .Guard . .Guard . Tackle . Tackle .Tackle .Tackle , . .End . . IEnd . . .End . . .End . . .End . . Coach . . .Assistant Coach 'C' 9 ?,4 ,Le Cf'f'f5f,:,,L """'x-HQ-hs 9 0 Q fir. E' I I ,, - YQLE1-sq rr I ALL. Qf73?f'5-Q,.,,-if fx '. 0 ' X H Y' 1' -7 '- A -:ND--, A .- E p.- 'E5 :rf MIDGET FGOTBALL TEAM HAROLD HOKE .................. .... H alfback BOBBY FURR .,..,,. A... H alfback C. T. HENDRIX ..,.... ..,A H alfback CHARLES RAY BUTLER . . . ,.... Halfback BILL WARLICK , , Quarterback TOM SHERRILL ..... I , .Quarterback GUS MOOSE . I. .... Fallback JACK GABRIEL . . . . , Center JOHN CLINE ..,.. I . Guard WALTER QUEEN . .... Guard MELVIN BENEIELD ,L4, Tackle LEONARD CASI-IION ,.A, Tackle OSCAR LAWINO . . .,.. Tackle DAVID SI-IERRILL . ..,, Tackle MACK BURGESS . . ,... Tackle K. C. HONEYCUTT . . .End HERMAN BURNS . .. End SIMON THORNBURG . . .End BILL CORDELL . . I ,.., .End ED GURLEY ...,. . , ,Coach HAYWOOD MARTIN . , ,Coach iv Page Fifty-seuen ci? 5131+ f G Efxii-DA Eg,-QE ,4f'i', fc- Ps. - 1 'R R yf,j,, 1,71 In rp, 'Fixx V. ?.?Q,,g.' f IN'-ff - '?-',s"'A- C ' Alia! . if 'Nl YE ' I -' gifs Exim- "N..z"':f"' ki7Nf' f1igSlfi'l312'nfi- LZ?i"'C?a5.5,4:- Us "EL '-fn ?i -f-lik gimlj , ! li 'Q ' I. ,. A GIRLS' BASKETBALL TEAM Western N. C. Conference Champions RUBY FLOWERS . . . . .Guard LILA GILBERT . . . . . ,Guard HELEN SETZER ..,.,.,..,.... . . .Gullfd EVELYN LONG. Alternate Captain . . .Guard LUCILLE HUFFMAN n........,. . . .Guard MADELINE PITTS . . . . . .Guard GRACE ARNDT . . . . ,FOt'LUdt'd GLADYS KEEVER . . . . . .Forward CECILE ROWE . . . . . .Forward EVELYN SCALES ....,... . . .Forward EVELYN SMYRE, Captain . . . . , .Forward MR. GABRIEL .,...... . . ,Coach LOUISE I-IONEYCUT1' , . ....,,.,. Manager BARBARA 'REINHARDT . ..,, Assistant Manager VIVIAN CLINE ..... ,... A ssislant Manager Page Fifty-eight EC9?1:QL':T-x'j rj-"?f.2Ef7E?gd C -- --A Li gr- NL L ILE-H ' f"ffgfi'35e'-+f'4 ISLXS I 5' L JCI 1 , I Y. 's. fx - .. ,,,, - - I xx - ., u for kg. V uw 7' A. ,.. 4.-N-2. --Q-f' 1-1 -.igx I 7, Ni rv K-f -QS, ff? . ' 1-'u2r',-,fav ,- -- xr., -A--. f ev- --- -f - - --J .1 ' - Y -f-1 wr -If " -..-2:- V- 1---4x-E Q- "4-P R 4.---f-,..f'fm..-'TQ:----.., C+ -"i:C.'.:Q---I ' rf N-F-'if "S...mfn,:- Q ' 'fsi ' R' "-fr: f,+1 """'IIg I9 WVR: , '13, x BOYS' JOI'--IN ODOM. Captain GARTI-I 1.1313 HILL . . J. W. ABERNIETIAIY . SI-IERROD WILLIAMS EDWARD LAWING ,. BOBBY PowI1zI,,L . . . K. C. HONEYCUTT , KIENNIQTH PRICE LOY SIGMON . . . STANLEY CORN T. C. HENDRICKS. LEWIS MAUNEY BOYCE SI-IARPE . . ARCHIE BUTLER . HORACIE YOUNT MR. RI-'IYNE . . . HENRY FRY ,, FRED CLARK . , . ,...x.i- Altcrnatc Captain . . . BASKETBALL TEAM Forward . . . Forward Forward Forward Forward Forward Forward Center . . Center Center Guard Guard Guard Guard Guard Coach .........Manager . .Assistant Manager Page Fifty-nine , f - - Pi- f4...v dia- I- ,.-.fx-Qi-,-,X V-,,-xr T,Aa,Cv,1 , in .Qh,, dgxk -.2gxgC,.fi'- A -w.:f 'A ?i1?-i f K '- f ' .g.: 1.2 B. Lal If- me-I Q I, ' .., fd,-,alngrlg-'i,,mf-s.f .2 .wx - I 125 3 .N . Qgj ,iffl-1 , G ii.:-H, - mf - QS'-W -Q-Q..-"" 's.r-1-ff 0 xt -,-x E BASEBALL TEAM, 1939 MR. LITTLE .... RICHARD TUCKER LOY SIOMON ..,.. JESSE SIGMON . . . SAM MOOSE . . . . A. D. HARRISON . JOE SMITH ..... BILL FOWLER .,.... FARRELL GILBERT LUTHER CLARK . . . JOHN ODOM .... T. C. HENDRICKS . . . KENNETH PRICE . CYRIAL MATHESON JIM ISENHOWER . . JOHN SCHELL . . . Page Sixty .......,..Coach ...,......Manager . . . .Assistant Manager ...,.....FirStBase . . . .First Base . . , .Second Base . . .Third Base . , .Third Base . . ,Shortstop . . .Catcher . . . . .Pitcher , . . .Left Field . . . .Left Field . . . .Center Field . , .Right Field . . .Right Field 'j AA XEg'QEf?qj'D"g 1 :.lZ71lEbX,,?gf'Y'- 5? A 1 ,f 0 Af ff E E . EE1L-J:k, ,,13, 2'-71, -' ' ,N f, ,,,, A , T YM -lg- 3314 --2'-c'2-5ak'S-5?f'-f?tQ'4"if -EV,-if 1 M .. .- E - -2 " ., A--.. - , 4- G RX 9 - , - ,sk-ELxG'Rocsnre-37-Q is 1 1, 13 fa L5 'VE -SE ,2049' r fc f. Jewel-7 F2412 fy, 7-,LRE 4? 5 wc. I f I '60 2 fC,6x 'L-, No A "' 4' Zsifpfffzx Q' 604 'il 0124: Q1 4 3 1 .7 f Q 4 ADVERTISEMENTS f E - Q 'b O we ws The :LX - 1: Egan-11 XT, f Q1 lll If I. United Insurance Agency Insurance of All Kinds LIFE-FIRE-CASUALTY PHONE 3 0 9 A NEWTON , NORTH CAROLINA Compliments of Mrs. P. O. Carpenters Western Auto Stores E. H. Yount H, and B. Grill Newton Business School Modernette Beauty Shop Newton Florist, Phone 110 Duke Power Co. Drum-Adair Grocery North Newton Pressing Club James Wholesale Co. Drum Funeral Home Reitzel Pressing Club Tom's Peanuts and Candies Conover-Newton Bus Austin Setzer Cabinet Co. Page Sixty IIUO MC fxer be WNCC gg Q T0 1.9 A 4, o L i M4 Cb 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 Considering Advantages OlTered THE GRADUATING CLASS OF NEWTON HIGH SCHOOL l 9 4 0 WILL WEAR CAPS AND GOWNS FURNISHED BY For Catalogue or Other Information Write to E. R. P. E. MONROE, Pres. Lenoir Rhyne College HICKORY, N. C. , COME TO Complnnenls of MAIN AVE. BARBER WILKES QUALITY SHoP GROCER NEWTON. N. C. For the Best Worlz by The Best Operators NEWTON, N. C. R. C. SLOAN li ' Jeweler 'Z + llll HPC1fl"OI71.Z8 Us for Better lVork" in ' ' NEWTON, N, C, Iohnson's Piano Exchange Phone 1117-3 HICKORY, N. C. Page Sixty-lhree H-C 'Qs if A 113.4 .L 1.f2f-,iff , . I I A -, , '-:pf-' 'fbzilii I ix ? jf' "---7"1ff" 4-- Y" - ' Q, P C omplim en ts of VICTORIA BEAUTY SALON P ONE 177 NEWTON, N C CONOVER PRINTING COMPANY QUALITY WORK P ONE 476 CONOVER, N. C LUCY LOU SHOPPE . LADIES' CLOTHING P 310 J NE N C THE CONOVER SHOE SHOP Extends Best Wishes to the Senior Class B. 86 S. FOOD STORE RETAIL AND WHOLESALE GROOERIES P 116 N. N WTON Compliments of PALACE BEAUTY 8: BARBER SHOP PHONE 326-J NEWTON, N. C Compliments of YOUNT LUMBER CO. P 195 NE N c HEAFNER BROTHERS Wholesale Candy and School Supplies CHERRYVILLE, N. C. Page Sixty-four +11-1-4'-59 .ff . E ' I il UM NY., we , I V-A 7 fn -.A HAH' - - V ,4 Q, . 15 : N ,Ip -A ie I ., K js - X U - -,.:Ge:'- - -' N-az., -1-Ax--Q V, 2. X - - ' 'X-1i,.,,, 32' E In P A , Compliments of SANITARY GROCERY COMPANY NEWTON. N. C. NEWTON LAND 8: LOAN COMPANY NEWTON, N. C. 'ABE SURE-INSUREU INSURANCE REAL ESTATE GARVIN FURNITURE COMPANY HOME FURNISHERS Everything for lhe Home RCA VICTOR RADIOS NEWTON, JEROME BOLICK SONS CO. HIGH GRADE BODIES School and Commercial Bodies A Specialty Wrecked Automobiles Repzxired, Etc. CONOVER, N. C. , TAYLOR'S , Compliments of WOMENS APPAREL COLEY GIFT SHOP + Phone 371-W NEWTON, N. C. "Always First with the Best of the New" PHONE 298 NEWTON, N. C. MORETZ 8: CO. "For Greater Values" Ready-to-Wear-Dry Goods On the Square Phone 143 NEWTON, N. C. Compliments of WEST-DEAL CO. "Quality Shop for Men" HICKORY, Page Sixty-five Eglifgbxg 1 iff? xf ,f 0 ff' ,-P' ii R' til "H H - A O 45" 4 X- N as we E , 7 lk - - f'-"'r- ' V 7' " ., , ,, f- .-. 'S ' - f,' A -"""""'Y- -i'- ' -.1-1 .4 -5- E112-A JF.-Qffa fr:-fi...... 'I 4 H"W'T+ Llx 1'2f4.Sf1:. Y , - ni- ff. T-J x V, -i. -J-mf ' J- -.Y f Eiff -..-- -'gif-- N: 5 X M Com.pli1nents of NEWTON CLEANERS AND DYERS PHONE 125 THOSE OAREFUL CLEANERS C omp Zifm ents of CLARENCE CLAPP 8a SONS PHONE 6 QUALITY SEEDS Comp limionts o f SAUNDERS FURNITURE COMPANY CONOVER, N. C. To the Senior Class of 1940 i B. F. WAGONER JEWELER PHONE 451 NEWTON, N. C. THE NEWTON GLOVE MANUFACTURING COMPANY COTTON GLOVES FARMERS AND MERCHANTS BANK NEWTON, N. C. Over Thirty Years of Successful Service To Om' C07lI,'lll'Ll'7L'it1j SOUTHERN FURNITURE COMPANY Ma,mifactm'e7's of Living Room Furniture and Odd Chairs CONOVI-IR, N. C. Congratulations and Best Wishes for Cb Prosperous F'1.LtI.L'7'G Tliroughoizt The Road of Life EAGLE STORES CO., INC. Page Sixty-six - -L+ -Y - .fffwfi - . I 'ihxtw 'iT Y L? ,, , A-'ffl'-TT? 'TS is-L. . 'A' Q YJ 1 -if. fl-,f,.f I I -xxx so . ,K S--...s Z .Q , 1.1147 ,rv .24 XX' S V , ij- Jn, xigkinri- LQ- Qi' Hi 21,1453 :rf -. 1,135,-L EPPS PRINTING CO. DC?8'ig77,0'l'S cmd Producers of MODERN PRINTING ENGRAVED WORK OFFICE SUPPLIES NEWTON. N. C. Headquarters for the High School Miss THE STYLE SHOP NEWTON, N. C. "If It's New We Have It" Lei' Your Savings Earn Profils With Us FIRST FEDERAL SAVINGS Sz LOAN ASSOCIATION CONOVER, N. C. Complin5ents of HI-LIFE STAFF OF NEWTCN HIGH SCHOOL H. 85 W. DRUG CO. REGISTERED DRUGGISTS "To Salisfy Your 'Wants Is Our Place" SUPERIOR PETROLEUM 84: FUEL CO. "CITIES SERVICEH PETROLEUM PRODUCTS PHONE 1 NEWTON, N. C. ACME TIRES C0'H1,12li'I'Il6'lZtS of the + + Phone 2 ' "Sympathetic and Eficient Service" WILLIS-REYNOLDS BOTTLING CO. HICKORY, N. C. FUNERAL HOME NEWTON, N. C. -- Page Sixty-seven -'x , L TT - . ' -ie 04- Q ,A tf g RCA:- -1TeEs' If 41, ,LI fr -ALBA. 0 5. ,cf 13? E YD, QL, A .: , 'T LLL' , , 14.7 -.X A j' .Y" TV . x' 1' ' 35+-. .Ti-:E--ef,-avg,-1 4. CLEA? : .Wm - - 2 - K ABERNETHY HARDWARE 0- R- CLINE ELECTRIC WELDING UGQQD HARDWARE" ACETYLENE WELDING PHONE 14 NEWTON, N. C GENERAL REPAIRS MCCREIGHT Congratulations and Best FUNERAL HOME Ambulance Service NEWTON, N. C. Phone 84 'Wishes to the Senior Class SCOTT'S STUDIO "Photographs of Quality" NEWTON, N. C.-LENOIR, N. C. SHUFORD NATIONAL Compliments of BANK SPAINHOUR'S CAPITAL AND SURPLUS HICKORY'S LEADING S15 5,000 APPAREL STORE Blue Ridge Ice Cream Sold At All Leading Places In The City BLUE RIDGE PRODUCTS COMPANY HICKORY, N. C. YOUNG MEN's SHOP QUALITY CLOTHES Exclusive But Not Expensive NEWTON, N. C. Page Sixty-eight ef!- - - li, ,, ML V77-A ' ., '25 019A ' Ch: sh-B' X fm i Jil-LA f 'Ili f Y rf 5 ' ' i::i3,c, .E --- iffll fq My TY we K A R N D T - D E A L Welcome to City Pharmacy - I - E Ssnvlcs STU '- inf' "The Service Drug Store" CHEVROLET CO. .Q T img. f CH VRO ETM Fl -"I SALES-SERVICE NEWTON, N. C. Telephone 260 Phone 64 NEWTON. N- C- Thoroughly Reconditioned Used Cars Catawba Ice 81 Fuel Company INCORPORATED WE HEAT You IN THE WINTER AND CooL YoU IN THE SUMMER Phones 354 and 73 Add thrift to your plan of life and you eliminate worry, You cannot find better Security for your Savings. Citizen's Building 8: Loan Association Phone 76 . NEWTON, .' Y ,A Page Sixty-mne Xa T E- 1.48:-. Q' E- TN 4X 'ii-f -i"Tf: -2-fV-lhfsfL.E12-E- -QL of Q 5 'IM fro ' 0 ,:-xP- , - - - -.xx -' " Q, Jir- 0 -kg ,Y 1,1 - QA-K I, 5 i i AQ-LS, A-., '57-'NYSE' vile-Eg.:-.::gL:i:g,,f..auE -- " 4 W .7 ' 1"f33'kFFf-grtrifx-.21 iE iF'Q5 teh ' ' 'vi' . f-:gf--:f:2:z.m2Q::-.5 ,,.,-QL:------ga' THOMPSON,S SHOE SHOP "We Repair Any Shoe and Do It Right" ON THE SQUARE NEWTON, N. C. Compliments of RIDGEVIEW HOSIERY MILL NEWTON, N. O. Compliments of GEORGE MOOSE QUALITY FEEDS PHONE 36 NEWTON, N. C. C omplfim ents O f CATAWBA THEATRE PHONE 33 NEWTON, N. C. I THE CITIZENS BANK CONOVER, N. C. Extends Best Wishes to the Senior Class of 1940 Compliments of BELK-BRUMLEY DEPARTMENT STORE NEWTON, N. C. Distribntofrs of THE NEW FRIGIDAIRES WITH THE METER MISER RHYNE HARDWARE COMPANY HERMAN-SIPE 8: COMPANY, INC. GENERAL CONTRACTORS-BUILDING MATERIALS CONOVER, N. C. Page Seventy 3. A ' 'fig -4' - vgx, ,Ax - T - Y' '-.:f.?i24lLf JHLLZPHL' 1 Ev A :J-7 E fa. Q 0 EL AE- -LL..:, ff' I I G,-, - Rss, -gli,-:.':Ef.L3-:ici-,g, :E 'P " ' ' " " ' "W "bf " " 1.r.g."" 'Y "3 il frilf ' f Y' Vi, A --x?R:-,4,- FF A. CATAWBA NEWS ENTERPRISE Co2m,fy's Lcacling Newspaper for the Past 61 Years COMMERCIAL PRINTING OFFICE SUPPLIES SCHOOL PROGRAMS, COMMENCEMENT INVITATIONS, DIPLOMAS, CALLING CARDS, PRINTED, EMBOSSED, ENGRAVED ' NEWTON, N. C. BOX 31 PATRONIZE O R D ERTISERS Page Seventy-one Y ,, -, f I g 7 Y JT- - ,, Y 'M-J -Is A -XE,- -'T--., I-N J , -"""'f"X.2r -- V 'RX ,' i ' -Q -- fig 7, Q11-f:fQl3r Ld I QL 0 f-L G .1 G Smbility SINCE time, mountain peaks have served man as landmarksg they are stable, dependable in character. To many annual staffs, through more than forty-nine years, the OBSERVER PRINTING HOUSE has served as a landmark, a guide in the producing of FINE ANNUALS. Our quality, our service, the experience of trained personnel both in advisory capacity and in mechanical production, have ever been outstanding. Over forty-nine years of continuous service is proof of stability. OBSERVER PRINTING HQUSE, lnc. Colle e Annual Departmefat 204 214 W ZND ST CHARLOTTE, N. C.

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