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

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if if Y PF Vw of f- xx. 1 ,J ,Ia ' ,lf 1 I Q C 1 'Zi' 1 W ff . I .. X Te., .1 . R ! Q p 1 , ff - , fy ' FAA. , 4 Qd.Zf-151.,:4v- .. , j Cp " Qiajffcfh, - f , Y" W ' JM a M' W A '4 Y 1 Y .I ' 11 'X 'l 2. ,rl f H f X. V MMM? 2' ,WW 1 Y ,f d '-Tv, K I ' ef' . V' 4- g .fl . 1,5 u T . ?? VW I .JN 4 Ann: ,l' 4 'r Q ,gf if Ty H I , '-7 wiki., fi, I JQN A XSL? . ' 3-'-2. , if V 'Q QW Xi ' W W F' my ' af MAL J' 'U ' E 1948 CARDINAL 4 UE Wu KK Wx - W4 ICKORY PUBLIC LEBRARY " 37 M, Qmc: fr 5 :QFD -..x..i.T Fm. 5-EECKCYPY INEC VOLUINIE XV Published by the Senior Class of NEVVTON-CONOVER HIGH SCHOGL NEWTON, N. C. BOOKI . BOOK II BOOK III BOOK IV BOOK V CCNTENTS ...UCLASSES . . . . . . . . .ACTIVITIES ..... . ...ATHLETICS ...HFEATURES . . . .... ADVERTISEMENTS I 1 ,...- x bl 'xx 'v in l Pl, ,v ' 7 , I- ' Y 5-Y lv 'Nl' rl. ..1 ,' ll " ,x '.'.l1X it ,I . 'nb l i "el l l, A K .1 u l I , ku - 1 1 , 1 1 1 l. -- 11 x x 1 v M Xp 1 lfi il XX . 1 xp, 1. I T J X U, y X5 11 X 1' L P, 11 1.1 1 1, K, 1 FoREWoRD 4 1 6 - 1 4 1 4 1 . l 2 . I V 1 K l 1-DJ 4 will 'xl ' tl KJ l t x X 1 - 1 ,. f J In the publication of the 1948 edition of the . lol ,KEY ,JJ r "V CARDINAL, we, the Senior Class, have endeavored X xy gl itmyi X I l to present to you, the student bocly, a true picture 4 F' . A of your high school life. If this annual brings bacl: l M memories of happy school clays, ancl if it can be , 1. X, clisplayeci with aclmiration, then our purpose of presenting to you this annual will not have been in vain. " 'YV Page Three Page Four ' A W DEDICATICN In admiration and respect, we, the seniors, dedicate this, the fifteenth volume of the CARDI- NAL, to Miss CATHERINE LONG, who has made our commercial department and I-li-Life a success. Her friendly ways, her constant encouragement and her unselfisll service will always be remem- bered by tlie Class of '-iS. KN in-...df I J ADMINISTRATION R. N. CIURLEY Superintenfleut R. L. RHYNE Principal French FACULTY it-' 459' 13' 'Wavamf' -41-pf www -sg.-7' ,, kwa REBECCA LIVINGSTON .... . . . .Mathematics RIARY CATHERINE SHIVERS .Pulylic Speahinv, Elzglis-I1 AIRS. CATHERINE COVERT .... Latin, English MRS. CIIARLES CLINE .... Librarian, English SARA GETTYS . ....... Physical Ezlucation, Biology, Coach L. C. MOISE ...... Spanish, Latin, English LEO HATLEY . . . .... D. O., Hlathematics .mu ,W YATES HAXYNAER . .Science, General Business, .7IflatIze1natics HARBH' L. LEMON ......... Social Science, Physical Education, Coach INIINNIE IYICEACHERN ...... Civics, History FRANCES VVILLIAIYIS, Home Economics. Civics CATHERINE LONG ............ Connnzercial ROBERT RHODES . .. .... Band, Glee Clula VVILLIE HERR'IAN .. ........ Secretary Page Fwe CARDINAL STAFF JOE EPPS ................ . . . . .... Editor-in-Chief IMOGENE ROCKETT . . ..... Assistant Editor EDDIE SIMMONS ...... . . .Business Manager REBECCA LIVINGSTON . . . ............. Faculty Adviser BETTY LACKEY ....... .......... A dvertising Manager WADINE MARTIN .. ...Assistant Advertising Manager RACHEL ALLEN . . ...Assistant Advertising Manager CHARLES EPPS ..... ......... BARBARA BOLICK SAIW KINCAID .... .,....... MARCUS ROWE . . . DIXIE SPENCER . . . . . . BILLY BUTLER . . . . Page Six . . . . . . .Class Editor . . . . .Feature Editor .Sports Editor . . .Circulation Manager Cirozflation Manager . .Photograph Editor BGCJK I L'1a.u.eA, CLASS HISTORY Now that we, the Seniors of nineteen hundred forty-eight, have come to the day of graduation, we look back into the years we have spent in Newton-Conover I-li to see what we have ac- complished. First, we notice ninety-two 'fgreenn freshmen entering the "big building." We ran from room to room trying to find out what room we should be in. But we soon learned what was expected of us and where our place was. For our able leader we chose Cyril CDibD Yancey. This year was very profitable to us, not only in books, but also in the making of new friends. The sophomore year was a great thrill for all because we were no longer called "green freshmen." Joyce Rockett ClVirs. John Yanceyb led us through a successful year. We looked forward to our junior year with wide eyes because we were to be the proud publishers of our school paper, the H i-Life. Then we selected our class rings which were a real treat for all. With the coming of spring everyone was in a whirl plan- ning for the most elaborate Iunior-Senior Banquet Newton- Conover Hi had ever seen. Fred Patterson was our capable leader for that year. Now we have come to nineteen hundred forty-eight, the year of graduation for fifty-one seniors. Iohnnie Dellinger was chosen president to lead us through. An important task for us was the publication of our yearbook, the CARDINAL, which, under the able guidance of Joe Epps, was a success and will always be a dear memory to all of us. NELMA SIVIITH, Historian Page Eight SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS JOHNNY DELLINGER Crightj ............. ..... P resident WILLARD VVORKMAN Cleftj . . . ..... Vice-President IMOGENE ROOKETT ....... .... S ecretrwy-Trensm'er BARBARA KINCAID . . . .... Mascot CLASS COLORS: Blue and XfV71Vite CLASS FLOWER! VV1zite Cfl1'71UfiO1Z CLASS MOTTO: "Onward and U pward! Tlzere'5 always room at the top." Page Nine FRANCIS GERALD FXBERNETHY "Mus" "I'111 broke, foe. I cn11'1 loan TOII any 1lIO7161'." French Club '47, Hi-Y '47: lunior Marshal '47. X7ADA ELIZABETH BENFIELD "LIB" "Aw, Heck!" French Club '47, Commercial Club '48: lunior Marshal '4T. SENIORS RICHARD LEON ALEXANDER "ll'l1nt makes T011 so Fl1l'H1lJ, Fretl1'icl:?" BARBARA ANN BOLIC "BABs" "Do you l1l11111 ne?" lunior Tri-Hi' ' 46: Baton Club '46: Hi-Life S' ' '47: Senior Tri- Hi-Y '47, '48' ommercial Club '4S: French C . n '48, Secretarv '4S: C.-XRDIN. Staff '4S. ELIZABETH RACHELL ALLEN "RAcHELL" "That sounds like Izuziarf' Home Room Reporter '4' Vice- President '45, Basketbal '46, '47, Assistant hlanager ' et '48, Tri-Hi-Y '47, ' 4. u ' - Hi-Y '46, Tream -Y ' - In gTam Club '48: -- r Ma al '47 Commercial C1 - ' Hi-Life Sta '47: CARDLNAL 48g Dramati Club '-48: D . and Orches Committees uf enior Banquet '47: Most A - 'A ic '48, - " - .,,-N , C IABIES DANIEL BOLIC Uwe! "Hello tlzvere, B tidy!" Commercial Club '4 : D. O. '48. NELLIE ELIZABETH BUCIQIER XVILLI. I MCDO L lTI.E4 DoR HY CHRISTINE CLHVE "LEE" HBIL M " "DO'ITY" "l'Vorse tlmn that." - " mt' riglufz "Tl1at's wo1zderful." If You Can't Smile u ' al ' , t all '47: Basketball '45: Home Economics '44: Bassett High Sc . assett. asketb' 47,' . i-Y '47: French lub '45s lunior Tri-Hi-Y '46: Va. '44: Roswell ' School. Ro' I 46: hlonoqram Club '46, '47: Senior Tri-Hi-Y '47, '4-85 Dramatics well, Ga. ' . ramatics .- 46: CARDIN Staff '48: D. O. '45, ' . Club '48: Commercial Club '48: Music Ap - " n 5 '46: Ac- Hi-Life Stalf '4'7g Decorating Com- worth Hig School, cworth, Ca. '46: '47: Hooks and C o ' C b '47s Tri-Hi-Y '4S: Com r a I ub '48 X, . N Y A AR CLINE ,, H I ID ' "Y 1're riglztf' i et F otball '41, '42, '43: Car- ' ld igh chool, Akron, Ohio '44. 4 , '46: ootball '46, '47: Basketball ' 1: Be Club '47, '4S: Spanish lub ' 6, '47: Band '46, '47, '43: Dra tics Club '4S: Hi-Y '47: Home Ro I Reporter Hi-Life '4S1 Cutest Page Ten SIOHNNIE lX LLK DE G "lUAN" 1 "Atta Gal!" Midget Football '43, President Home Room '45s Football '45, '46, '47: Baseball '45, '47, '48: Hi-Y '45. '46, '47, Vice-President '47: Spanish Club '46, '47: Band '46g Dramatics Club '4S: hlonoqram Club '47, '43: Student Council '48: President Senior Class '4S. mittee Iunior-Senior Banquet '47g Assistant Librarian '47, '48: Testator '48: Senior Store '48, NELLIE LUCILLE ECILARD "NELL" "I cn11't wait 'til Christmas." Secretarv-Treasurer French Club '47: Clee Club '46, '47. 1 SENIORS CHARLES LEE Epps JosEpH Scuptuivr Epps CLYDE LAWTON Fop.TENEEp.Y "Poo Poo" "SCREW" "CLAUDE" "lfVatcli it, Dila, you might lose it." Midget Football '40, '41, '42, '43, Football '45, '46, '47, '48, Baseball '45, '46, '47, Monogram Club '45, '46, '47, '48, President '48, Treasur- er Spanish Club '48, Dramatics Club '48, Student Council '48, Waiter Junior-Senior Banquet '45, Hi-Y '48, "Oli, lzalzy, do you mean it?" Midget Football '41, '42, '43, Football '45, '46, '47, '48, Basketball '45, '46, '47, '48, Clee Club '48, Junior Band '43, '44, Band '45, '46, '47, '48, Hi-Y '45, '46, '47, '48, Dramatics Club '47, '48, President '48, Business Manager Hi-Life '47, VVaiter Committee Junior-Senior Edit -in-Chief CARDINAL '48, Banquet '47, Bed Cross Represen- M ogram Club '46, '47, '48, Re- tative '46, Most Athletic '48, Bivgest p ter '47 Student Council '48, Flirt '48, All-Tournament Valld e anish C b '47, Junior Marshal Tournament '47, Debating Te m '47, Waiter nd Program Committees '47. JudRSen r Banquet '47, Red Cross resentative '46, Home Ro Pr ident '44, '46, Boys' e '47, ebater '47, Most Con- cientious '48, Sportsmanship Me , Valdese Tournament '47. C ENCE TILLMAN R. o -' WARD Funp. "MOE" " ORN" "Tliat's not ri line, tlmt's the truth." Midget Football '40, '41, '42, '43' ' urn it." - ' '4 '45 '46 '47 '48' Be- "Meet you at the office." Hi-Y '44, '45, '46, ' .-.9 Qgg -Q., -RQ -fit WILLIAM ED ARD GARRIS "SB U" " dgumf' Basketball ' 5, '46, '47, '48, Base- Vice-President Freshman Class 452 f-4-. - Committee Juriior-Se 'or ball '46, '4 , Monogram Club '47, Hi-Y '46, '48, Football '45, '4 , an et '45, Cutest '47. X48 Wait Junior-Senior Banquet Basketball '45, '46, Waiter Junior- f ' , Mos Sincere '48. Senior Banquet '45, Gastonia Ortho- Eidf Hgsplitlal School g?,bDramati . u '4 , onogram u '48. 1 Z f A 1 WILLIA UGENE ILBERT OHN LONG -- - N PEGGY JEAN HERMAN "BILLY" f "L pc 1 "JAGGY" "No, no, 1 , If te!" '- -1 1 - ,f y?" "I can't help it." Vice-Preside T" .f lass Bus Driver " ' N u' Football Home Economics Club '45, '46S '44, Curren v nt lub 45, Wait- er Junior- - 'r anqu '46, Com- mercial C4 a n ' . ff f" D ms JEAN HEWITT "DoP.rs" "Ye, Gaels." Home Economics Club '46, Junior Tri-Hi-Y '46, Clee Club '46, '47, Junior Marshal '47, Senior Tri-Hi-Y '48, Senior Store '48, Commercial Club '48. Page Twelve '41, '42, '43, Junio i:-w '41, '42, Football '47, '48, Bas '44, '46. THEDA ALVARA HOLLER "THEDA" "Bula, take 'ns to Newton." French Club '47, Junior Tri-Hi-Y '46, Hat Check Girl Junior-Senior Banquet '46, Hi-Life Staff '47, Com- mercial Club '48, Basketball '47, '48, Senior Tri-Hi-Y '47, '48, Secretary '48, Beta Club '47, '48, Vice-Presi- dent '48, Junior Marshal '47. Junior Tri-Hi-Y '46, Baton Club '46, Commercial Club '47, '48, Basketball '48, Dramatics Club '48, Senior Store '48, Senior Tri-Hi-Y '47, '48, Witriest '48. DOROTHY MAE JONES :rDOTvy "Gosh, I cmz't wait 'until Decem- lzer 21st." Home Economics Club '44, '45, '46, Commercial Club '48. 'Af' qi' ,103 -Sa WMQX .xg X andy wi- 'iw' Q-gp' SAMUEL YATES KINCAID "BLANcHARD" Censored Hi-Y '45, '46, '47, '48, Basketball '44, '45, '47, Football '46, CARDIN1XL Staff '48, Hi-Life Staff '47, Vice- President Dramatics Club '48, Spanish Club '47, '48, Cheerleader '45, '48, Monogram Club '47, '48, VVaiter lunior-Senior Banquet 45: Midget Football '43, '44, Best Look- ing '48, Clee Club '45, VVittiest '48, CHARLES lVlARVIN LOFLAND uBUDn "Get fl lonrl of that slick chick." Monogram Club '46, '47, '48, Spanish Club '47, '48, Vice-Presi- dent '48, Dramatics Club '48, Hi-Y '48, Football '47, '48, Manager '45, Basketball '45, '46, '47, '48, VVaiter Iunior-Senior Banquet '46, Baseball '47, Red Cross Representative '48, Midget Football '41, '42, '43, '44, Decoration Committee Iunior-Senior Banquet '47, Most Carefree '48. DoLoR VONNE L- - IN ONE "Gee! lsn't lz e7" Home Econom' , '45, '4 '47, lunior Tri- - Sen' ri- HiaY '47, '4 , e etarv reasurer Commercia 'b 48, me Room Reporter ' fl ' f L oLP LINDERINIANN MCREE URUDYU ' er's go to Asheville." B' id '45, '46, '47, Commercial . . '47, Decorating Committee lunior-Senior Banquet '46. Page Fourteen 2 SEN T15 E' x JUNE KEX -Gum! A nior " e 4, ' ea e Baton u 46, C 1 4 -qu ' T i, 1 - ' '- Hi-Y ' , 48: 'lil rarian 47, Red Cross C 'l ' ' Hi-Li e Reporter 45, Art . umni Editor 47 Homeco ueen 8 Decoration ,x . - IU IOI Senior Banquet '47, mme - Club '48 Advertisino naoer CARDINAL 48 Most Carefree '48 EUNICE lVlOZELL F'1IN PUNE Nou I ask 10 uns tlmt mee' Secretarx T asurer Home Econo mics Club Glee Club 45 46 47 48 resldent 48 President Comm 1al Club 48 Dramatics Club ' 8' Home Room President '45 Cla Reporter 46 Junior Tr1H1Y 4 Red Cross Representatixe 46 Senior Tr1H1Y 47 ecoratinv Committee nior enior Banquet 4! Cap d nna FRANCES SIVIYRE LINK FRAN Tlznt s the best looking 11 Ive mer seen. 'X Home Economics Ch . . 47 President 45' ' -1 A - 46- Cheerleader 4 7 . ' 48- Vice-Presi unior ri-Hi- 46' Senior T + - - 47 48 Pre - dent 48 Wai mmittee Iuni Senior Ban 'Q Red Cro Renresentatn ommercial Club 48 Studen uncil.-ift-B1L1fe Staft 47 irculation Maha-ge.: and GOSSID itor 47 Cutest NANCY WADINE ' SQUAW Thats pretty ewlilzorly Glee Club 45 6 47 48 Beta Club 47 48 Se etarv 48 Junior Iunior Marshal 7 Glrls State 47 H1 Life Staff Junior Band 43 44 Deeora U Committee unior Senior Ban et 47 CARDINAL Staff 48 Most onscrentrous 48 S BETTY lVlCCARTE SusrE I I1 t 111 mei Lu u oo 1, t 5 47 48 uni ' 46 Baton Club 46 Frenc 5 47 unior Nlarshal 47 Red epiesenta tn e 45 Commercra Senior Tri H15 47 Prop te 48 GLENN lVlCKINNIS GINNY Lets Go to work oe Football 44 Baseball 45 , 1 1 1 K fCA U H l ll ' IA V 1 A y , ,I A err 4 d , ' 61 1 I V X 61 8,l r 1 , Se I1 , , 4. . 1 u 1 . ' I 1 ' s ' , ' hr 1 1 f 1 ' 7 V I Y Y 7 7 ! - -Y 7 . 1 3 1, Q I 4: I 1 ' - 1 .N I , 1 ...sv -4' , . 4 1 5 1 , ,Z - . , - . ' , . , . . N 7' ' '- 1 , . ' 7 . , , , . -. ' 1 . 1 L , H 3? lf H ll 7, I 7 ' TU ll I ' I 'P' .ll Y .Y I ' " ' f f a Q ' 1 y ' 1, 1 1 v 1 . - 1 ', '. 1 '. ' . . ,H ' . . I , ' , ' , ' , Tri-H1-X 46, S ior Tn-H1-Y 48, 1 1, 1 - 1 , 1 1 1 , ' , ' .D L Q ' I t 1 n , 1 ' ,, . . . ' 1, . ' . . ' 1 ' . 8 . . , I ' 1, . 7. , ' . 7 - . ' 487 ' ' . 1 I f 2 ll YJ H H ta 1 1- 7 .hu rf 1 is II hu R -1- ,'4 , '46, 1 ff, - ' . 'f ' . ' . , 'sl ' I fa x -11 l , , l" ' ' , 1 ' '- " " I ' :I '48, - ' '- '- ' ' g '- . " . ,. DORA JEAN MELCHOR "B'lOUSE" "I thought I would die laz1glzi1zg." Iunior Tri-Hi-Y '46, Senior Tri- Hi-Y '47, '48, Vice-President '48, French Club '47, Reporter Hi-Life '45, Birthday Editor '47, Hat Check Girl IuniorfSenior Banquet '46, Commercial Club '48, Basketball '48, VVaiter Committee '47, Most Popular '48, Friendliest '48. FRED LONG PATTERSON "PONCE" "Let's go lfzrmtingln Midget Football '41, President Iunior Class '47, Student Council '47, '48, Spanish Club '46, '47, President '47, Program, Decorating, Waiter Committees Iunior-Senior Banquet '47. I5 1 'QQ ' lad 'Fum- 4.,,,,,x PW" 'Wy -rx':'5f Nay 5 'HH' Q-s-f"""' fdfgLL.':f1,auz K , , M.. X ' , , 'JS . ,T . I , '.f, 1 J l K ls lil' 1 A SENIOORS ii , RITA lIf1XIOGENE ROCKTETT I ' I' .f HIEAN., , I :'U11,1m1a, ,q00f1,f,,q00fz,f.,'1, ' , Iunior Tri-Hi-Y Q46, Senior Tri- ff-li-Y '47, 48, Secffetarv-yfljreasur Home'Room '45, flice Helper '4 , Assistant Editorv, ho's Who Editor Hi-Life '47, Stullent,,COuncil.,1 '48, Drainatics Club '48, Progratgg and Placecard Committees Iunior- enior Banquet '47, Vice-President Com- mercia'l"Club '48, Assistant Librarian '48, Kiwanis, Bepresentatixge Cirls' State '47, Beta Club '47, '48, Presi- dent '4 :lChieE lunior Marshal '4751 Secre X V-Treasurer Se ibr Class '48, Ass" ant Editor CARDIEFAL '48, Most 1 nous lMlARION ROWE, DIR. A H V7 A 0 'rvlfilnlf fl V diH11." -If Football' '4 , '46, '47, '48, Cap- tain '48: Basketball '45, '46, '47, '48, Baseball '4 , '46, '47, '48, Spanish 'Club '475iA48, Monogram Club '47, '48, D matics Club '48, Hi-Y '45, '46,' V173 '48, Presidfent '48, RDI- NAL Staff '48, S'e'cretarV-Tr U urer Sophomore Class '46, Student Council '48, Waiter Iurfbr-Senior Banquet '46, lVlidget4Fotilball '41, '42, '43, '44. sa 1 , ,X CATIiEizINE ELIZABIQIY SETZEP. J ' . I UCAT fy "Hoyle at that good looki1 U mem." Vice-Presid nt Hom ,iS - ics Club '46, lS':li1dent- FF- I '45, Commercial 'Club .2 . r i- Hi-Y '47,-Lunch '-.. 4 , . X' 1' ', :Q I ig., s 1 5 ,J SQ f St ious '48, Most Influential' '48, I 1, - ' J, -A st Lilyv to Succeed '48, Best- ' A I . ' ll-Boun '-48? Valedictorian, De- I ,l . lv' bating Team '48. I If ' I X I ' 1 l . A, I - ' '- v' J V DOROTHY YVONNE SETZER , FREDRICK lXf LARD SETZEP. EDWARD HKIQO SIMMONS t -r ' 1 Al- c1DOTsy X' I v ,Y-- iBUCKu I ,, Alt, jul: u man ' " v, I dont do it." "1 Il Ye 0' ti when tlzis"fe - is over." L' lust a clue. Home Economics Club '47,'Com- , M B Spanilh C I '45, Assistant mercial 'Club '48. U ggibrariangn '41, b Begg gub 648, ' i J' ramatic u ' , epsi- Oa ' if . . ' t ' . Test '483' i-Life Stal? 37, Decora- K 1 ' 1, ' ti CO ittee Iunior- enior Ban- Ml, ig' ' 'K X et '4 , Waiter '46, Band '45, i N, ' 1 ' j 4unior and '43, '44, Drum Maior , 1' In 1 1 , '46, ' , President Student Council ' ',' ' ' . " " r '48, usiness Manager CARDINAL ' - 'V' ' X 'X , '4 Most Popular '48, Friendliest ,J1 f 4 I , 1' " " , Most InHueI1tialeiH8, Best-All- 1 1 ' l, - 7 1 . ou.npl.'48, Most V to Succeed 1 f ' ' ' '48. f' . I j a -Sf! n, 1 I' I .. - J - 1 L! ' I X 1 ff' 'xx N' f . 'f1 f' -' NEi.1xfIA ALIxf .. IA IITI-I XIARY IYRE DIXIE HAYDEN SPENCER '1 5 1 X 'I "DIXIE" "N I tell 1 re." "Gee, but I lo t man!" Inlflflui-I1 aiielijexiyflcig Ii1Yi11gg lunio ' - f46' rench Club Home Economics '46, tumor LU' 1' . 5 ,Omg Qom '47, C -it ' al l . '48, Assistant Basketball '46, Home Roo mort- Bepoftef 469 SCHQO1' Tf1'H1'Y 471 Libr . , .- Historian '4S. cr '46, Beta Club '47, ' , 1' I 489 Basketball 475 Ccfmmefclal ff , Marshal '47a Senior T . '. 5 Club 48, CARDINAL Stall 48, Most . W Commercial Club '48. Sincere 48- B TY DEAN STINSON NETHELEE WILLIALIS DORIS VIRGINIA WILSON NBETSV, ffGERTIl HDOTY! "Gee, but ai11't lie cute!" ome Economics Club '45, '46, Clee Club '45, '46, Lunch Room '45, Iunior Marshal '47. Page Sixteen "Gosh l1e's cute, wonder if lie has a cur." Home Economics Club '46, '47, lunior Tri-Hi-Y '46, Commercial Club '48, Senior Tri-Hi-Y '47, '48, Attendant May Dav Dance '47, Miss Newton-Conover High '48, Best Looking '48, Biggest Flirt '48. "ls that 1'igl1t?" Home Economics Club '47, Com- mercial Club '48. . 1 1 WHS mv- lm.-'M FUJI fwxx Q' -,pa-Luv' J N 00" Wh cv' -f Wi 49"-. Ungmadf ima' X L?L,,, -, " w--9.19 NANCY IRENE VVORKMAN "NANCX", "Has anyone seen my better half?" Home Economics Club '46, French Club '47g Iunior Marshal '47g Assistant Librarian '48, Home Room Reporter '48, Commercial Club '48. Page Eiglz teen SENIORS WILLARD LEE VVORKMAN "BABE" "Hey, Freclrick, let's plmf some football." French Club '47: Beta Club '47, '48, Vice-President Senior Class '-IS: Decorating Committee Iunior- Senior Banquet '47g Football '47. Senior Banquet '47, Football '47, Salutatorian. "ii" CYRIL Rowe YANCEY riDIBu "Charlie, you- cmz't hide it." f President Freshman Class '45g Student Council '45: Executive Club '45, hlonogram Club '47, '48, Vice-President '48: Football '47, '48, Co-Captain '4Sg Baseball '46, '47, '47, Secretary Spanish Club '48g Waiter junior-Senior Banquet '46, Nliclget Football '41, '42, '43, '44. SENIOR CLASS PLAY Agatha Madden Maimie Collins Letty bladden . Adolph Madden Julia Madden . Sara Arnold . . . Jenny Powell . . Rita Norris . . . Jerome Judson Dr. Reynolds . .. Cora Kent ..... Steve Harmam Michael O'Neil MISS SHIVERS "DOCTORS ORDERS" FRIDAY, lXlARCH l9'l'II,, 1948-8:00 P.M. CAST OF CHARACTERS . . . .IMOGENE ROCKETT . . . . . .FRANCES LINK . .EUNICE LOFTIN .......,..JOEEPPS . . . .NELLIE ECKARD . .THEDA HOLLER . .PEGGY HERMAN . . . .SUE BETTY MCCARTER . . .EDDIE SIIVINIONS . . . . . .SIDNEY CLINE PRODUCTION STAFF DOROTHY JONES, BETTY DEANE STINSON, YVONNE lXlARTIN .... SAM KINCAID AND JOHN LONG HERBIAN ..................... BETTY LACKEY AND NANCX' WORKBIAN .... . . . CLASS SONG TUNE: "lt's Only Make Believe" W7l1e1I weire gone from you, dear Newton Ili, XfVe will make believe were still with you. . . . .RACHEL ALLEN .JOHNNY DELLINGER , . . .lvlARCUS ROWE ........Directo1' . . . . . . . .prowzpters . . .Stnge Mmmgers .lllalce-11 p Assistants VVe'll remember the things that we used to do, A Then we'll sigh, maybe cry, for love of you. As the years go by well dream with joy, As we walk along the road of life. And we'll make believe that were still with you, We can proudly say, We love you. SAM KINCAID AND BILLY Fox Page Nineteen LAST WILL AND TESTAMENT lfVe, the Senior Class of '48, having come to the close of our high school days, are reluctant to leave without first knowing that our possessions and talents are well taken care of, therefore, we do publish and declare that this is our last will and testament: To the Juniors we leave our senior privileges, our annual, our store, our play and all other problems of Seniors. To the Sophomorcs we leave our dignified ways. To the Freshmen we leave our promptness. To the School Board, Superintendent, Principal, and members of the Faculty, we do hereby express our thanks and appreciation for the help they have given us during our days at N. C. H. S. To the individuals and to lower classmates we leave our personal talents as follows: I, Dib Yancey, do will and bequeath my conceit and athletic ability to whoever is fortunate enough to have them I, Peggy Herman, do hereby will and bequeath my big mouth and love for friendship to Lorene Setzer. I, Lowren Furr, do hereby will and bequeath to Miss Shivers my worn-out English book. I, Nellie Eckard, do hereby will my love for "Jz1ck's" to Margie Nell Simmons. I, Nancy XVorkman, do hereby will my back budgets in typing to whoever can make them up. I, Rachel Allen, do will and bequeath my black hair and blue eyes to Mary Nell Cline. I, Barbara Bolick, do will my love for YVinston-Salem to Janice Brady. I, VVillian1 Carris, do will my position on the basketball team to Leonard Butler. I, Billy Butler, do hereby will to J. C. Yancey my position on the basketball team. I, Frances Link, do hereby will and bequeath to Pauline Poovey 1ny silly giggle. I, Richard Alexander, do will my ability to make zeros in algebra to some unlucky person. Hle. Johnnie Dellinger and "Moe" Fox, do will and bequeath our ability to whisker the girls to whoever is man enough to grow a beard. l I. Fredrick Setzer, do hereby will to Hub Huffman my speed in typing. I, Nelma Smith, do hereby will and bequeath my seat in home room one to Betty lllisenheiiner. I, Dora Jean Melchor, do hereby will my love to laugh to Martha Nell Kaylor. I, Dot Jones, do hereby will my love for Maiden to Loren Teague. I, Betty Dean Stinson, do will my long hair to Priscilla Thornburg. I, Theda Hollar, do will to Susan Stearns my love for tall boys. I, Nellie Buckner, do hereby will my love for Atlanta, Georgia. to Sally Drum. I, Wladine Martin, do will my love for brown hair to Phyllis Saunders and Joan Seagle. I, Rudolph McRee, do will and bequeath to VValter Holland my love for English. I, Sidney Cline, do will my love for majorettes to Harry Vllarlick. I, NVillard YVorkman, do will my big feet to one of the Sigmon boys. I, Jolm Long Herman, do will and bequeath my blond hair to Dick Hewitt. I, Eddie Simmons, do will and bequeath my position as Drum Major to anyone who is unfortunate enough to get it. I, Imogene Rockett, do will and bequeath my red sweater to Peggy I-lawn. I, Glenn McKinnis, do will my love to try to do English to Joe Hahn. I, Gerald Abernethy, do will my muscles to Fred Biggers. I, Elizabeth Benfield, will my love for blond sailors to Betty Benfield. I, Nethelee Vllilliams, do will and bequeath to Janice Brady my position as the biggest flirt in the senior class. I, Charles Epps, will my athletic ability to Sammy Rowe and Harry Vlfarlick, whom I have tried to teach for many years. CDon't let me down.j I, Sue Betty MeCarter, do hereby will and bequeath to Susan Stearns my position as chief ticket girl. I, Jimmy Bolick. do will to O. C. Isenhour my love for English. I. Mary Lee Smyre. do hereby will my love for seniors to XV. T. Lemon. I, Dot Setzer, do will to Betty Bostian my seat in typing class. I, Joe Epps, do will to Harry YfVarlick my love for teachers, brownettes and my conceit. I, Betty Lackey, do will my ability to move around quickly to lllillie Hewitt and lllr. Rhyne. I, Sam Kincaid, do will my sarcasm to Virginia Herman, who will put it to good use. I, Marcus Rowe, do will my ability to tell falsehoods to Patricia Coley. I, Dixie Spencer, do hereby will my love for going steady to Mary Ann Killian. I, Catherine Setzer, do will and bequeath to Margaret Reitzel my love for the Navy. I, Yvonne lX'Iartin, do will my fickle ways to Carolyn hlitchem. I, Charles Lofland, do will my basketball ability to Joe Furr. I, Clyde Fortenbury, do will my cue stick at Sid's to Mont Little. I, Doris VVilson, do will my love for math to Ralph VVilkinson. I, Fred Patterson, do will my love for English to VValter Holland. I, Bill Gilbert, do will my ability to learn English to Eddie Ray Sigmon. I, Dorothy Cline ClVlrs. Hampton SchellD do will my love for Conover to Choo-Choo Simmons. I, Eunice Loftin, do will and bequeath my home room jokes to Bobby Rockett, in hopes he will pass them on. I, Doris Jean Hewitt, do will and bequeath to my brother. VVally, my love for Balls Creek. Signed, sealed, 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 suscribe our names as witnesses thereto: DOROTHY CLINE, Tvstator VVITNESSESI RACHEL ALLEN, Cvmr. YANCEY, Drxrz SPENCER Page Twenty SENIOR CLASS PROPHECY Mr. Havnaer and I have just completed a wonderful new invention. We have been working on it for six months. We call it the SM and YH. It enables us to gaze years into the future. lust for fun, l'm going to look into the device and see what the seniors of 1947 and 1948 will be doing in several years. First, I see Iimmy Bolick, Gerald Abernathy and Richard Alexander, civil engineers, working in New York. The former Misses Dorothy Jones, Betty Deane Stinson and Doris Wilson have entered the holy bonds of matrimony and are very happy housewives. Billy Fox is making a world wide campaign for the March of Dimes. Johnny Dellinger is his capable campaign manager. Yvonne Martin and Nellie Buckner are nurses at the Charlotte Memorial Hospital. Clyde Fortenbury is still working in the Dixie Home Store. Incidentally, he is manager now and Sidney Cline is assistant manager. Theda Hollar and Betty Lackey have a musical radio program. If you happen to be at home on Wednesday evening at 8:30, listen in. Nancy Workman and Nelma Smith are famous secretaries in Chicago. Joe and Charles Epps are attending Duke University and are planning exciting careers. Nethelee Williams and Dora lean Melchor are Powers' Models in New York City. Billy Butler now has a Portrait Studio of his own. If anyone is interested in having his picture taken, please notify Glenn Mcliinnis, his advertising agent. Peggy Herman is a private secretary. She is engaged to marry her boss in lune. The world famous author, Eddie Simmons, is writing another novel entitled Torzzorrow is Forever. llis private secretary is Imogene Rockett. Willard Workman and Rudolph McRee are teaching school in California. Sam Kincaid and Charles Lofland own a Soda Shop in Conover. Ed Garris and Bill Gilbert are their soda jerks. Frances Link, Eunice Loftin and Dixie Spencer are newspaper reporters for "The Clzrorziclef' This paper is owned by Marcus Rowe and Cyril Yancey. Doris Jean Hewitt, Nellie Eckard, and Wadine Martin are planning lifelong careers. Each one is planning to be married in the summer. Frederick Setzer and lohn Long Herman are joint owners in a clothing store for men. Men, if you need a new suit or hat, don't hesitate to call the Setzer-Herman Clothing Store in Newton. ,Barbara Bolick and Mary Lee Smyre are models in California. Rachel Allen and Catherine Setzer are Bookkeepers in Denver, Colorado. They are making successes of their careers too. Elizabeth Benfield and Dot Setzer have recently become brides. They are living in Charlotte now. Fred Patterson is studying to be a surgeon at Wake Forest. He expects to graduate next year. lust before I saw my future, Mr. Havnaer broke the SM and YH by trying to add another gadget to it. Oh, well, it is said that things don't always work out the way you plan them. Maybe we will have better luck next time. Page Twenty-one JUNIOR CLASS LEONARD BUTLER HARRY WARLICK SUSAN STEARNS . SAIXIIXIY ROWE . . PATRICIA YOLINT Page T1venty-two OFFICERS . . . .President Vice-President . . . .Secretary . . .Treasurer . . .Muscat 'T' Y 15 K I-. vi N V A A Y, XG X IORS FRANCES RNDT BET YJLOU BALL I. O E BOLICK O N BOLICK X x J L w K I, xi NJ IMARIELQBOLIN I S XBETM OLLINGER BE URGESS fB'nLLY JVIAC BUTLER Q N T NJ X NAJ Q UGENE BOSTON jg ITBDNARD BUTLER N5 X' X ,TXBUTH CAINIPBELL My MARY NELL CLINE PEGGY CLINE PATRICIA COLEY PEGGY COLEY JACK COLLINS I. B. CURLEE ALGENE DEAL DOROTHY DEAL DWIGHT DELLINGER JEAN DRLIIXI VIVIAN ECKARD ROY ELLER LOUIS EVANS BILL FISIIER CLYDE FISHER KATE FULBRIGHT JOE FURR i A ,. '! . I Y' A P Qvfz. I -1' ' n . ' w .IUNIORS JUANITA FURR ALBERT GAITHER TALITHA GANTT BILLY HAXVN JOE HAWN C. H. HERh'IAN VIRGINIA HERh'IAN DORIS HEWITT JOE HEWITT RICHARD HEWITT IVIILLIE HEWITT GLENNA LIOLLAR WALTER HOLLAND HUB HUFFBIAN BESSIE HUNSUCKER GENE HLINSUCKER EDDIE ISENHOUR O. C. ISENHOUR CARROLL JOHNSON DELORES JONES JERRY KALE MARTHA NELL KAYLOR MARY ANN KILLIAN CARL LAFONE VV. T. LEMON MONT LITTLE DANNY LONG HARRX' NJCREE X. N X Nr. I i. JUNIORS BETTY IVIISENHEIINIER LEE MORETZ ALICE PITTS BETTY MAE POOVEY JACK POWER JOE RAMSEUR BILL RIEINHAQIDAQJ " BO BFR 'KHTT 'f IA Ocf' 'JU' r AA' ja If I dlvllvixlg W! jf' ,Tj D . EWNE glffrim A RNEST SICIWON f If I-jd, ' Efbgjg SIGNION I , N I ff MARGIE NELL SIMMONS BECKY SIVIITH RUTH SMITH SUSAN STEARNS BLIRNEY STILLIXIAN LORENE TEACIIE MARGARET TOWERY IRENE TRAVIS PHYLLIS WALLING HARRY WARLICK MARGARET WHISENHUNT FRANCES WILKIE JACK WILSON I. C. YANCEY ROBERT YOUNT BILL ZIIYITBAUM ' v i, f., nr.'3i!4 ' V- . 0' 1, - x - . fl 1 5' w 'u 4 1 I I J w-1, ' A A . , '. , A L " 'f Qu' v Y fr if 'I 'nf ' ji! it ' ' iv ' . I K 1" if Q i" o . HEX V, s' ,,,V A N . 5' In -' . V' 0 V Y - 'MSG HOMORE CLASS ' r , aw ya K. av . 9 l I 3 .Xa ' V- ' 1 H . . - .1 xx 1' M' ,VV r' 'J N lk Xiu J . ' iv : M is-i P' r ' I 4 ra ,di y-'A4' nx " wk .-1 er Es pg, V- 5. 1 I1 J V' ' 1' ' ' fit tr 1 Jw- OFFICERS uf " U r ' 4 fx' bw ' ' 2' fl ' 'MJ ' JACK KINCAID ...... . . .... President - -As, bf 1' ARDIS NXIILLER Cleftl ......... ..... Y fice-President ' , X if I f 1' r , PRICILLA THORNBURG Crightl . . . . . .SECl'Efl1l'j"Tl'6USl!V016Lf Ay' .Hyip u ' mf 'LU 17 V' ' Q yi- 4 I U N 'fb JJ U 'I ' ' , ' 1 H ' 1: .5 ' J V J- -U' jg A J' X. . . . x , ,K :Aj 'I ' .A A x., , Y' V P14 ! jf XXX tv H Q If . Av! Y. f f A Page 'Twenty-six ' ' ' 'W' Y ' s SOPHOMORES First row: Nadine Sipe, Frances Herman, Mable Ann Pendleton, Priscilla Thornburg, Dorothy Brady, Doris Lemon, Phyllis Saunders, Joanne Fulbright. Second row: Kathleen Hewitt, jean Bolick, Eddie Stiles, Sue Betty McRee, Ioanne Dellinger, Doris Reitzel, Catherine Vllallace, Ruby Lee Elgleyl Grace MeGuinn, Peggy Vllilliams. T Third row: Frcd Biggers, Richard Matthews, Russell Sigmon, Paul VValker, Betty Bcnheld, Peggy Cresimore, Pat Haynaer, Mary Ann Blackburn, Jolene Yanvtey. Fourth row: lack Kincaid, Nancy Gantt, Keith Moretz, Edward Bost, Marietta Parkhurst. Y Fifth TQIUZ Bobby Abernetliy, lX'liss Sara Gettys, Clarence Qfanrobert, luhn Barkley, Frank Sehrum. 5 I ft il 5 ,.--naval 0 'N V x ' I ' x li PX i , soPHoMoREsii' First row: Iuanita Miller, Sue Evelyn Baker, Ruth Smith, Ioyice hlorefz, Elizabeth jenkins, VVayne VVillcin- son, Thelma Hollar. Second row: Betty ,Io Srnyre, Rebecca Reitzel, Rozella mReynolds, Mary Catherine Drum, Esther wins-y, Pauline Pooyey, Frankie Herman, Sammy ar . f Q 3 . q 5- '. Tlzirrl ma: Ardis Miller, Shirley Alexander, Gerald- ine Sweeney, Betty Holbrook, Millie Bolick, Alice Beal, Betty Brown, Doris Horne, Ioyce Lackey, Uuicla McSwain, lXlillie Deal, Clyde Stearns. Fourfli row: Mr. Leo Harley, Norman Thornbury. Vlilliam Hickman, Bobby Sigmon, Euvene Lane, Iohn Biirgeg Vllilliam Smith, Y-KZ-:gn-g,VVilkins0n, Robert r urp y. X1 479:13 -iii- FRESHMAN CLASS OFFICERS X PEGGY PIAWN ........ ....... P resident , gg CIIfXRLES ATATHESON . .. ....... Vice-President f ck :fl JERRY SCHELL Secretnry-Trenszrrer X 1 -'QV EBQW Qu LQ fx 1 ' 1. w' N' x :R X 'QL QE 4 YS "i Q' H sf J A 3 a f' Q 'Q , E . ' 1' EX' Q f- Q Sw, 3, -QQ XX .Ty Q i N CQ - XV Q: lk 'H ,IM ,J , ' . " NI ' Qw ' Q M 'E 'Y -7 SFT Y fl JI fy X 'X E 'Q Y Q E X I QQ' Page Ta,lQQllfj':fei.Q1xX ' , Q Y 'J S W xx xi' "ff ' ' Ps aid! :lx AJR i Q84-gl 1 Nil, - xx. W E 1 Q. ' 'TI i - I V " t "V .il it . ,, ,. 'P' - it . wb' I SJ . Z., t. ,AN ,,,h 5, I is ,054 I 06 Qu e 5 1 J -' flea, rr.. n flag' tis. .A-,n,Qx1.t:u-. ,J is ,. 4 4 ,Vail , Q f 9 i- 1 A., I ,R 5 d H , . G XL, ,L - .4.-, 4 f JJ ' XJ Quan ,, G4 .'nll1.1:jl, L- -' - ,af 5 0 vf Q - ,I ' WF R Ei XBH Mf N e . . T at t- .vf W i' .' V I , sv VIP J in .ff - aw. ,N ,eff ,ov e .Q First TOIPI Wlallace Hewitt, Charles Kale, Clarence Bradshaw, Fifth row: hlz1lielgf,l'f13li'ick, ?atriuia llollar, lane Cannplwell, , Delford Yount, Bobby Phelps, Ioc Hilclebran, Kenneth Lane, Shirley XVa1Q5,,ugNPntilcla,liiHluat13n, Bt-tty Bostian, Frances ' ' A. C. Yount, Billy Wlilkinsnn. Cooclson. , -1. ' 1-fi' " Q I 1 Scconrl row: llflartha Deal, Harvey Jones, Tuhy Shook, Sixth ll'!.IllT1I'llW' NILIUTUV. 'env Lou llamillun, Sally I, ,' W J Barbara Laws, Paul Lafone. Donald Yount, Betty Power, Drum, lzglj' lXVil'm, -Connie lloultlin. L Twvla Benfieltl, lX'Iary Ellen Pope, Doris Hefner. Saveri 1 1'ouQ',Qge Martial, 'llhelma Johnston, Xllaller Griggs, l Third TUIUZ Ioan lvhitner, llelen Shook, lllnrgje Setzer, Wlalt l'VC,Sf,El.lLl,0I'Il1iL',:Bu1'ltUl1'. Reita Setzer, Blondinia Bumgarner, 'lVlafyA 'lWaiiRs'Bi1iQe'ssb" Iii ih rdiu: lplarolcl Fisher, Billy XVilsnn, llnvtl Bowman, ,f f , Betty Bolick, Ramona Haas. Qefif CI at-les, 1'arl?liurst2'1-liugene lluwill, Lewis Dale llunsueker. Fourth TOIVZ Janie Sine, Doris Yancey, lar' Lou Dellingeia, tl 7lNiri.l1'iJ1'o1t'fJtielt Green, Kenneth Johnson, jerrv Schell, Q f' ,. lllary Sigmon, Carolyn Epley, Nancy fqrkbll hishunt. " 4 Peggy Hawn, Jack Mathews. f 'ifeiztlz raw: Xllilburn litlmundson, Mr. Yates Ilavnaer, Miss J fnrances hlfilllllllli I. D. Hester, llenrv Bert-ls, I -FT.. A .17 f ff' , f N me-,,s ,...,,....-adv' .L- FRES First row: Ralph YVilkinson, Billy Deal, James lllebb, Bonaltl Kaylor, Bernard Smith, Karl Shelton, lvayne Smith, David Holbrook, Ben Hewitt, S. D. Xvebb. Second row: Kenneth Martin, Kenneth Lawing, Sammy Harkins, hlary Ann Drum, Jean Hollar, Yvonne Troville, Johnnie Mallee. Joyce Herman, Bebe Ann Cline. Third row: Nancy Setzer, Natalia Cushion, Esther Drum, Geraldine Lewallen, Frances Guthei-ie. Virginia Taylor, Iohnsie Hefner, Joann Hoyle, Margaret Reitzel, Charles Cline. Fourth raw: Iunie Finger, Virginia Star, Pauline Boseman, Nadine Laws, Bertie Huffman, Fredia Setzer, Dot Marlowe, Elizabeth Mauney, Glenn Baker. O H MEN Fifth row: Jack Smith, Helen Hewitt, liarline Anderson, Pauline Hester, Virginia Lemon, Doris Abernethy, Allen Arndl. Sixth 1'011'1 Harold Hollar, Frankie Dlingus, Peggy Barger, Bobbie Bolick, Carolyn Mitchem, Betty Gibson, Iack Hefner, Harold Reitzel, Thad Bloose, Johnnie YVilliarns. Charles Sigmon, Cleorxge Reitzel, Charles Simmons, Carroll Campbell, XVilbum l as 'e. Seventh row: Iames Isaac, Cecil Dlisenheimer, Boyce Hollar, Dave Carpenter, Niekev Reele. f Eighth row: Bobby Brown, Roy Lemon, Mr. Harry Lemon, Jerry Overeash, Ben I-Iunsucker, Miss Minnie Mcliachern, Iames Goodin. , i tif, ,J cl f -+. fjdj gf 1 4 , Qh if fgisj f mljjfn Akasa, ,M Wi 1 I ,'wf 'Y' F jab" f -...B Wi. Page Thirty SCHOOL SUNG 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 ardor cool. For, united, We will boost our dear ole Newton-Conover Hi. f C,-L Q9 1f,.f,!Ka1 -7- J -.-M 77- Cf ,Q ' -,ffzbf gg 4 gg lyfwf Mfcxfgfzfzj H ,, 6. fgjlxjj 4 1 767147 Wxznly 42416455 -fgzzfk? lyfaql " Q, 541, -f'l1Q:-:ff-, ' ' ' I' 4" "'?',4, I XJ lAl!d ly' - X U j L f r 1 1 ,L fflg, g3QyZQ4fa?Q AQZIXQJ xiii! GDM! , M" Z fajifw, -4410 -71 diff!!! ' I fl J' If , -Y ' : Ek, ill! Zag, 4362557 .4242 . 1350549 fcTKf76.Q X 7 M fgfffy MQ, Aff! 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Treasurer Page T11i1'fjf'f1UO ll 20715 ,iv STUDENT COUNCIL Sitting: JOE EPPS LEONARD BUTLER FRANK SCHRUIXI HUB HLIFFBTAN EDDIE SIIXIIXIONS PATRICIA LIOLLAR PEGGY HAWN Stmzdhzgz JACK KINCAID HARRX' WARLICK FRANCES ARNDT MRS. CHARLES CLINE MR. HARR8' LEMON MR. R. E. RHODES INIOGENE ROCKETT MARCUS ROWE CHARLES EPPS IOHNNY DELLINGER FRANCES LINK Page Thzrty three gm XXX EQ A .V - -A- D- I ds... Page IIXIOGENE ROCILETT THEDA PIOLLAR .. XVADINE AIARTIN . RACHEL ALLEN .. Fifbf row: IIUUCENE RCCILETT RACHEL .ALLEN TIIEDIX IIOLLAR VVADINE MARTIN Tlzirty-fum' BETA CLUB OFFICERS MEMBERS Second row: BL-XRY LEE SINIYRE VIRGINIA PIERIXIAN PATRICIA COLEY LEONARD BUTLER B IARGARET YVHISENHUNT ALGENE DEAL IEAN DRLTBI TALITHA GANTT SIDNEY CLINE . . . . .President . . .Vice-President . . . . .Secretary . .Treasurer Third row: FRANCES ARNDT SUSAN STEARNS FRANCES VVILKIE EDDIE SIINIINIONS BILLY ZILITBAURI MISS IXIARY CATHERINE SHIVERS P f9?? .. I MONOGRAM CLUB CHARLES EPPS CYRIL YANCEY BIARCLIS ROVVE First row: CHARLES EPPS CYRIL YANCEY BILLY Fox MARCUS ROWE IOE EPPS OFFICERS IXIEMBERS Second row: BILLY BUTLER VV. T. LEMON HUB HIIFFBIAN BIILLIE DEAL CHARLES LOFLAND . . . . . .President . . . . .Vice-President . Secretary-Trenszfrw' Third row: IOHNNY DELLINGER JACK KINCAID GLENN CCCDMAN SAM KINCAID WILLIfXB'I CARRIS MR. IIARRY LEIXION JOE RAINISEUR MISS SARA GETTYS Pa ve Thirty we 1 rw ASSISTANT LIBRARIANS Sitting: Dorothy Cline, Margaret VVhisenhunt, Joan Seagle, Imogene Rockett, Eclclie Simmons, Nelma Smith, Naney VVorkman. Stmtztiizzg: Betty Lou Ball, Peggy Barger, Betty Bollinger, Talitha Cantt, Mrs. Charles Cline. DEBATERS TEAM Eclclie Stiles Alice Pitts Patricia Coley joe Epps To Ann Hoyle Imogene Boekett Paul VValker Iohnnie. McBee Mn. YATES ITIAVNAEP. . .. ........... Coach COMMERCIAL CLUB OFFICERS EUNICE LoFT1N .... ............ ...... P 1 'esizient IMOGENE I-IOCKETT . .. ....... Vice-President YVONNE IXIAHTIN ..... ..... S ecretnry-Treasurer BETTY MISENHEIMER . . . ............. .... ..... B e porter MEMBERS First row: Betty Misenheimcr, Yvonne Martin, Imogene Bocliett, Eunice Loftin. Second row: Clenna Io Hollar, lXIary Lee Smyre, Frances Link, Thecla Hollar, Sue Betty McCarter, Lorene Setzer. Third row: Doris jean Hewitt, Elizabeth Benheld, Barbara Bolick, Dixie Spencer, Nethelee VVilliams, Algene Deal, Catherine Setzer, Bachel Allen, Nelma Smith, Nellie Buckner, Juanita Furr. Fourtlz row: Betty Laeltey, lVlary Ann Killian, Doris Wilsoii, Dorothy Setzer, Nancy VVorltman, Betty Bollinger, Buth Campbell. Fifth row: Eclclic Bay Sigmon, Hub Huffman, O. C. Isenhour, Caroll Johnston, Peggy Herman, lNIiss Catherine Long. Page Thirty-six 4 , N A5 x ,.,,,,wV.,,,......,...,,.. N.. D,- ,-. - ,Q f .' Qfe' - 'I 1 J 3'- ." 11' ' .1 X -1' ,. ,fc--' -- A, .l X, . Di .19- .AI V. - x .K wwx 1' x 'll ,-, .3 R, ft. 5 w , - ,xr C QE 1 . ':.7 '-X-H? f. jfJ'i ' KA, .n - tjfypqri., 'l . . " 1 ' . ,ww-,if-D f I DRAMATICS CLUB OFFICERS JoE EPPS . . . ................. ...... P resident SAM KINCAID ..... ....... V ice-President PATRICIA COLEY .... . ............... ..... S ecretary-Treasurer MEMBERS First row: Sidney Cline, Charles Epps, Eddie Simmons, Johnny Dellinger, Billy Fox, Joe Epps, Leonard Butler, Sam Kincaid, Marcus Rowe, Charles Lofland. Second row: Frances Wilkie, Margaret Whisenhunt, Betty Lou Ball, Eunice Loftin, Peggy Herman, Virginia I-lerman, Rachell Allen, Dorothy Cline, Imogene Rockett, Algene Deal, Alice Pitts, Patricia Coley, Betty Misenheimer. H I - Y OFFICERS I NIARCUS RowE .... ................. ...... P 1 'esident JOHNNY DELLINCER . . . .... Vice-President BILLY ZIIVITBAUIXI . . . ' .... Secretary JEROINIE BOLICK . . . ....,,....... .... T reasiirer MEMBERS First row: Jerome Bolick, Billy Zimtbaum, Johnny Dellinger, Marcus Rowe. Second row: C. Yancey, Sammy Rowe, Albert Gaither, Charles Lofland. Tlzird row: Eddie Isenhour, Lowren Furr, Edward Bost, Joe Furr, Harry lWcRee, Joe Epps, Keith Moretz, John Barkley, Mr. R. E. Rhodes. Fourth row: Walter' Holland, Sam Kincaid, Jack Kincaid, Edsell Griggs, Willialn Smith, Charles Sigmon, Leonard Butler. TRI-HI-Y OFFICERS FRANCES LINK .... ................ .......... P 1' esident ,THEDA LIOLLAR ..... ......... V ice-President IVIARY LEE SMYRE .... ............ ..... S e cretnry-Treasurer MEMBERS First row: Mary Lee Smyre, Theda Hollar, Frances Link. Second row: Doris Jean Hewitt, Nethelee Willitrms, Sue Betty McCarter, Dorothy Cline, Wadine Martin. Third row: Barbara Bolick, Dixie Spencer, Catherine Setzer, Rachel Allen, Nellie Buckner, Peggy Herman. Fourth row: Betty Lackey, Imogene Rockett, Eunice Loftin, Yvonne Martin, Mrs. Catherine Covert. Page Thirty-eiglzt Ou J., , f . . fi. . X ' . - . N, N g . .-I J Q xi 'X' Ax 1 5 , rl i 'Q " ik! I J K Qi I Ii FRENCH CLUB L -4 fx I X OFFICERS TALITHA GANTT .. ........... ............ P resident .' USAN STEARNS ......... Vice-President ' BARBARA BOLICK ........... ...., S ecrettzry-Treasurer Q5 ,J MEMBERS l , First row: Barbara Bohck, Billy Fox, Talitha Gantt. In T' Second row: Becky Smith, Patricia Coley, Bessie Hunsucker, Susan Stearns. Tliird row: Nlr. R. L. Rhyne, Gene Hunsucker. . J S32 LATIN CLUB fi" OFFICERS Nlk . l L L dent ' SUE MCREE ...... ........... ......... P r est ,li 4 PATRICIA HOLLAR ...... Vice-President . . . . S6CT8fHTJf'TT9HSliT6i' 'Xi BETTY GIBSON . . . ......... . . . . Nl J Q NE Q. MEMBERS 'X First row: Sue McRee, Joan Dellinger, Marian Coulter, Ioan Hoyle, Patricia 'C ' .Q I-lollar, Johnny McRee. X ' Xt Second row: Rosella Reynolds, Nancy Burgess, Shirley Watts, Mathilda Zimtbaum, X Betty Gibson, Virginia Lemon. L Third row: Shirley Alexander, Peggy Cresemore, Jane Campbell, Doris Horne, Ester Drum. Fonrtli row: Sally Drum, Ouida lNlcSwain, Ardis Miger. Fifth row: Mr. L. C. Moise, Eddie Stiles, Fred Biggers, Eddie Isenhour. SPANISH CLUB OFFICERS FRED PATTERSON . . , ........,.... .......... P resident CHARLES LOFLAND . .. ..... Vice-President CYRIL YANCEY ..... ........ S ecretary CHARLES EPPS .... ............. ...... T 1 'easzirer MEMBERS First row: Fred Patterson, Charles Epps, Dib Yancey, Charles Lolland. Second row: Mariel Bolin, Edsel Greggs, Peggy Coley, Leonard Butler, Delores jones, Ben Burgess. Tizird row: C. Yancey, Sammie Rowe, Sam Kincaid, Joe Furr, Iohnnie Dellinger, Albert Gaither, Mr. L. C. Moise, Harry McRee. Page Forty 'EQ ' aiibiif x HI-LIFE fe. ... . G 2 ...lil -tl ,,f xxx NX 1 xx frjjf l . Zild 1 na , 7 If Q SF' 'Q ,s N W A J xx x 7 Xt! iigfyi . 'S The Stiff Editor-in-chief- ---- -- Arndt Frfnces Assist nt Editor- ----- Gintt thi. Business Menafer ------ Cline Asst. Business Men ger Frenvee Jilkie Chief Printer ---- ----- Roy Eller Assistant Printer ----- Eddie Isennour Circulation MenaFer--- Harry Werlick Asst.Circulation Mono- fer -------- Peggy Coley Art Editor ------------ Bill Rinehart Asst. Art Editor ------ Betty Lou Ball Joke Editor ----------- Joe Furr alerts Editors-------- Billy Zimtbeum Patricia Coley Birtndey Editor-- ---- - Delores Jones Cnepel Editor --------- Margaret doisenhunt Jho's who Editor ----- - susan Stearns Proof Readers--------- Jean Drum ' Betty Misenhiemr Lxchenle Editor------- Albert Geitner Alumni Editor-- ----- -- Virginia Herman Literary Editor ----- -- Algene Deal General Reporter ------ Mary Knte Fulbrirht Faculty Advisors------ Miss Long, Mrs, Cline Pergy Page Formhhvo li .. , tx . up-ue,lm1 5127,-3 Yi wmgMmM5W lll ff YR i Q... -i XM Je, tnesteff of tne ni-life, would like to - , .lee Som .-.V e nelpful ed- vice end criticism of ELITORIAL This Thenve-' DUI' nenepepergw we -E 5865 bou sold had been been lost lost lost oxen sold been sold stol uid IT'5 ,O murdered visiting your hair your tzetn your dow if, L. fight . your dos in u firht your nogs an something an operation Kids! funn IT IN UE CAN PHINT IT. in: tne week of November 3-7tne senoir 5 course gelstiore ihis course wasplcnnea to discuss eome'of the pertinent questions on relation- class ctlled took EBQEE boy and girl ships, - Toe course followed this scnedula .with an hour for each class: Monday-Jnet Is A Home by Dr. I535EH'C??fE?f' Tu.bday--A 5ecure Home by Rev ..K . R3Y'IElHEEEkffb. 5 LUNCH-ROOM Mus. Lois RAIVISEUR .... Mmfmgcr JOSEPHINE MOORE ..... Helper DOSIE ENGLAND ......................... .,...... ....... I ' Ielper STUDENT ASSISTANTS 'xv' .gush PEGGY CLINE IUANITA Furm SUSAN STEARNS RUTH CABIPBELL IJELORES JONES K.-XRI. SIIELTON SUE BETTY IXICCTARTER Page Forty-three GLEE CLUB OFFICERS EUNICE LOFTIN ....... ............ ......... P 1 'esiclent CATHERINE VVALLACE . . . ........,.. ....... l 'ice-Presiflent LORENE TEAGUE ..... .............. .... S e C1'9fL'll'j'-'Tl'6t'lSlH'61' MEMBERS First row: Catherine Vlflallaee, Ruth Smith, Beebe Cline, Vvadine hlartin, Phyllis Saunders. Dorothy Deal, loan Vvhitener, Dorothy Marlowe, lean Bolick, loan Dellinger, Nlargaret VVhisenhunt. Second row: Rozella Reynolds, Betty Brown, Frances Cutherie, Nickev Reele, Thad Nloose, Eunice Loftin, Virginia Herman. loe Epps, Betty Benfield, Benny VVilson, Algenc Deal, Lorene Teague, Margaret Towerv, Vivian Eclcard, Frankie Herman. JUNIOR BAND ,p---N--..........,,,,.,, ,I Clfzrirzetsz Elizabeth Ienkins, Nadine Ramseur, Larry Hollar, Cecil Hartose, Janice lones, Richard Curley, Rachel Crowe, XVade H. Leller, Beth Haupt, Iacquelyn Holden, lerry Benheld. Bill Crace, Dwight VVilson, Janice Caldwell. Comets and Trimzpetsz Rohert Paine, Robert Drum, Hugh Cordon McKay, Tommy Best, joan Setzer, Sara A. Sims, Fred Sherrill, Fred Wihisenliunt, Jerry Davidson, Boyce Harwell, Tommy Price, Michael Abernathev, Charles Colcv. Roger Covert. Tromlvonesz Howard VVilkinson, Philip Padgett, David Bright, Neil Ferucci, Kenneth Setzer. Bass: Johnnie Sharpe. Percussion: Eugene Ballard, Kenneth Sigmon, Carroll Pharr. hlaxine Sipe, Mildred Yount. HARRY VVARLICK FRANCES VVILIUE Maiorertes 'ettv Gibson Delores Iurgg atricia Colcv June Campbell Drum Dlnioi' Eddie Simmons Clurinets Eddie Stvles Joanne Hoyle Dorcas llfloosc Peggy Cressimore A1 2 BAND C ll!- ES . . . .Presirleiif BETTY AIISENHEIIXIER . . .. .Vice-Presidcizt R, E. RHODES . . Ioan Xx7l'llfEl'lEf Jimmv Vlilson Ruth Smith Trudy Deane Lefler George Wlells Donnie Barker Montccn Jones fo Saxophone Charles Maunev Tommy YVarlick Trimzputs Harrv YVarliek Bill Reinhardt Inc Fur: Doris Home Eddie Ray Signmn Eddie Isenhour Shirlev VVatts Patricia Hollar Bettv Gibson Comets Jerome Bolick YVilliam Smith Niclcev Reele a ill T1'o1iilmnes Charles Cline Iames Coodin Billv Ray Kellv l3a1'itoizes Charles Sigmon Harold Sigmon Briss Karl Shelton Kenneth Little SECVEUU'1'-Tl'6HSlll'Cl' . . .Director Snare Drums lack Kincaid lValter Ilulland Dwight Dellinger Briss Drum Virginia Lemon Civil-:ills Biathilcla Zimtbaum Bull Lyra Frances YVilkie Page Fortyefive , ...fr- JUNIOR MARSHALS .- FRANCES ARNDT . . . . .Chief Marshal J. C. YANCEY VIRGINIA I-IERIXIAN BETTY IXIISENIIEIDIER 'I'ALII'IIA GAN'I'1' FRANCES XVILKIE .IRAN DRLIBI MARQAREI' XVIIISENI-IUNT BILL ZIM'I'uAImI Page Forty-six ugYs15.J's..gA'-uA-2.Jw-T'.Ul,,J',C1,Q,LCId.QA o V, I C,,,. go? vs.-,na ' ' ' 'Il' ' V s.Z'O"L.-gJ MA' ,,,..a-I. 4 ' , I gp-nag, LJ i Q- JWJNCJ ,Iago-LJ .. '.L1S'-1 5 -Y - '42V4cl..rs-345. ea.. if?-f'v -T-QCA- ' . I ' ' J, in '?'5J5 '-A-,7',l2- ," - '- .1 .5 .8 5 K. ' L ,i,,. txlsx, Ygx. Q .l',Q2.,.n .Q 6 'W Lx I x . V N-dkklfl Q . vflflgf-.ig ' .fvvHcn..Ju'x....--al xl - QQ ,4lQ:.,,:T o , , JSJSJI n 6-5 Q " . 4 ,Q,,L.W1 ,.,,4 ,K . ..1 f1,Mg9,ff,x, hw N33 M X I I 'J' , i QR ,-+R i RY' x ffpl. 5.-af .V ZIV!-' 5, ,Q 1 Y, JQ vw.-FJCJ,v.'N,o TK K.. .. 'gl-.t,J4.,Q .,- , 0.-at I , QA as ' l Q J - :wailvjiz-Ck' ,,,'.jgk ' ' H R 1 .x 1 -fi-'-"-'X-. Qu N., V , ,j4' 'M 'f 'ff ' I - Aff 1- .,, 4 ' BOOK III F COTBALL BILL ZIIXITBAUIYI ....... VVAYNE W. WILKINSON. . . ED WARD BOST . . .... . . . End T JOE EPPS ackle HARRX' MCREE JOE I'IEWITT PIAROLD REITZEL BOB ROOKETT . . . .Sports Ufriter .........DIn1mger A. ssisirmt lUn1mger Gzmrrls DANNY LONG IVIARCUS ROWR FOOTBALL f 'X Back Field HERBERT HUFEMAN SAMMY ROWE I. C. YANCEY JOHN BARKLEY 4. amgr, -1. ,,,, f ' W -1- '-My ant Conch . . .Coach W. T. LEINION HARRX' WARLICK DICK HEWITT CYRIL YANCEY SUMMARY FOOTBALL SEASON Since the Devils lost eight of their starting players, they had a yery bad season losing 8 and winning 2 games. Under the leadership of Captain Mark Rowe, the Devils showed great spirit which will long be remembered. DEVILS LOSE OPENER Newton Red Devils dropped their opener to the Tech VVolves by the score of I9-13. Big Cyril Yancey blasted Tech with an 85 yard touchdown run. Captain Rowe blocked an attempted quick quick and Ioe Epps fell upon it giving the Devils their second touchdown. Due to lack of experience and practice the Devils went down in defeat. DEVILS BOVV TO MARION I-Iopes of winning the conference championship faded with the loss to Marion. Yancey, C. Epps, and Rowe, the big three, fought hard but in vain. At the end of the fourth quarter the score was 13-O. RED DEVILS AND VVOLVES TIE 13-13 The Devils came from behind in the last quarter tying the Lincolnton VVolves I3-13. Loilancl's passing and Huffman's receiving gave the Devils their first touchdown. Cyril Yancey galloped 25 yards for the second score after blocking a Lincolnton punt. The game ended in a I3-I3 tie. DEVILS TOP STATESVILLE 6-O The Devils marked up their first victory in a non-conference battle with Statesville. The only score of the game came in the last quarter when Yancey galloped -15 yards for the tally. TORNADOES SINK DEVILS The Tornadoes walloped the Devils after three starters were forced to leave the game with iniuries. VVith the departure of Yancey, VVarlick, and Hewitt. the Tornadoes found it quite easy to nose out with the hnal score of 20-2. SHELBY MAULS DEVILS The out-weighed Devils took to the field for their first home game. The Shelby eleven racked up a 26-0 victory over the Devils. Ioe Epps, right end, suffered a broken arm. CHERRYVILLE LICKS DEVILS 44-6 The Devils took their worst defeat from Cherryville in a home game by the score of -14-6. Long and Barkley stood out for the Devils with brilliant defensive play. VVILDCATS DOVVN DEVILS VVith half the starters gone the Devils iourneyed to Morganton to suffer another defeat. VVith Loiland's passing the only hope of scoring, the Devils failed to score because of bad weather. The Devils returned home defeated 33-O. DEVILS DEFEATED BY hlOORES ' The Devils suffered another defeat in a non-conference tilt to Mooresville. The small but fighting Devil team held the Mooresville powerhouse to a score of 13-0. I. C. Yancey was Newton's whole offense. DEVILS DEFEAT BEARCATS Fighting hard all the way the Devils defeated the Lenoir Bearcats 21-IS to win their home- coming game. HuPrman's toe was the deciding factor making all three conversions good. HANES TAKES DEVILS 33-18 The last game of the season was played at Hanes High in VVinston-Salem. The weary Devils took to the field and lost their last game. Rowe, Huffman, and Yancey led the Devils. Page Fifi y VARSITY SQUAD AXIARCUS Rowe .......................... ......... , ............ . . D113 XVANCEY ......................,.......... .......... . , . . . HARRY LEMON .... . ................ ,. .............................. . First row: joe Hewitt, Harold Reitzel, Danny Long, hlareus Rowe, Leonard lXIcRee, Bobby Rockett. Seconfl row: liininv Mauney, Sammy Howe, Iohn Barkley , C. Yancey, Hub Huffman, Charles Mathenson. Tlzirzl row: Bobby Abernathy, Glenn Shook, Henry Revels, Benny Vvilson, Clarance Canrobert. Fourilz row: Dick Hickman, Frank Schrum. Fifth row: Billy Butler, Bill VVilson, Edward Bost, Mr. Harry Biggers, VVavne Willceiison. . . . . . .Captain .. .Co-Captain .......C0nClr Butler, Harry Ben Burgess, J. D. Hester. Lemon, Fred MIDGET SQUAD First row: Truell Henslv, Billy Mac Hendricks, Harry Lemon, Ir., Robert Smyre, Iohnnv Sharpe, Earl Iones, Charles Travis. Secoml row: Charles Edmundson, Glenn Yount, Donald NIcRee, Iimmy VVray, George Paire, Mr. Hull. Tlrirfl row: Delford Yount, Sam Simon, Ronald Bolick, Freddie Sherrill, lim Gaither. Page Fifty'o1ze Page Fiff'yA1wo CHEERLEADERS DORIS ABERNETHY' SAINI KINCAID ERNEST SIGIVION SAIVINIY WARD FRANCES LINK, Chief WR, 1 Bw f ff fn., f: NG, .. -,A.,,,.,-. .I 4 52.524 , . 'W :annuali- 1947 BASEBALL TEAM First row: ROGER LONG DICKIE LIEWITT WAYNE SMITH BILL BUTLER W. T. LEMON HUB HUEEMAN DIB YANCEY HAROLD REITZEL R. L. PEARSON Second row: LEWIS EVANS JOHN L. LIERINIAN ED SIGIVION JOHNNIE DELLINGER NORMAN FIBHORNBURC NIARCUS ROVVE JOE HEWI1'T LEONARD BUTLER Tlzirff row: CHARLES EPPS JACK KINCAID COACH LEMON EUGENE LANE WAYNE WILKINSON JACK WHISENHLINT BOY LEIXIONS BOBBY BRONVN Pnge Fifty-three First row: BOYS' BASKETBALL VARSITY LEONARD BUTLER . . . . .Mmznger SAJNIBIY ROWE ....... . . . Fm'1mmI JOE HIEWITT . , . , . , . . . .Cemen- CHARLES EPPS, Cupminz NIARc:us Rowz . .,... , CHARLES LoIfI.AND . , . . Gzmnl ....,Gm'11'Il . . .Forwunl Second row: C. YANCEI' .. IACI4 XVILSON . . . HARRY XVARLICK . . I-XLIIIQRT GIXITIIITII . EDXYARD GIXIRIKIS . YV, T. LEMONS ............ Fn1'1I'I1I'II . . . . ,Guard I7m'1I'LIl'LI . Center . Center . F01'u'IIrII TI: i1'rI 1'0ll'Z MR. CRAIG HLILL .... .... C ouch MR. IIARRY Lsxxox .. . .... Coach DICK Ilrwx-rr ,,.... ...Mmmger BOYS' JUNIOR BASKETBALL VARSITY First row: MR. IIARRY LLBION. Crmclz JIBIAIY IXIAUNIZY BILL ZIAITBAVJBI I'IAROLU RIEITZI1 Rox' ELLER l'IERRIfR'I' IIu1fIfIx jolt FIIRR Page Fifty-four IAN Second row: TITIIAD MOUSE XVAYNE XVII, KINSQN ,I,xcR IIEINIR KI NNETII LAWINII IIARRI' Alvlhilf L'I..xRI2Nc1: CI.kNIl0l!l,!Yl'S CC? LQ: - -f, ,.,.,,- LVL,-1' ,QQ-Qg.,f ,- ,f ., L. .,L,-, ff Thin? I'Ull'I MR. CTRAIG IIIIII.. .Iwximml Cmlvlr JSQDJJL AIIERNITIII' IIIIN BEEF? I-RANR FWHM KENNLTII AIAHTIN C.-IIIIRILL CAAIPIII-LL ,U-, I, I I x fx Ofvvxlv g C:-K-1 .fflff R- , - .,,.,-,1,,,3,,,5y O ,,- . , , 'fvfldxi-,K . I C-, UI, A- , . , , --L,gA2.,,'x,- L, .., II L f ,- 'I I 7 CN , fxxlffkff 1 I A- , - O .I GIRLS' BASKETBALL VARSITY SHIRLEX VVATTS . .For1vrmI IXIILLIE DEAL .... . . .Cupinirz IANE CTAIVIPBELL . .Fo1'1vc1rfI BETTY LOU BALL . . . . .Gzrnrd BETTX. IDROXVN ................. GurmI ,IOAN DELLINGEII ......................... Gum-II GIRLS' BASKETBALL SQ .gfczlalnl SmRLEx' YVA'I"I'S T .... ALICE -BIEAL ...... ........ Forwarzl . ..Gnm'1I . . . . .. .. .Gmml I70ru'fmI Iumllfn 1' .. .,-Issixlmzr AI 5' F01'11'r1rzI Fm'u'm'1I Fornuml S . . . .. .Gumul PEGGY BARGFR ..... ..... C mm! Fm'u'urII JUAN S.EAc:Ll3 .,,. Fo-'yzhfl A 513 PITTG F39 um! NIIIAIQY GANTI .. . .Gmmi LOBENE 'l'E'Ac:uE . ..GIlRl1I Dems .XBERNLTIIY ,Couch I .'IIuimggcr REBECCA RUTZEL . .Guiml R01ll.LA RIIQNULD Fm'n'11r1I' I P JNATALIA ' CASIIION 45 . 4 A 4 f '- 1 x 0 I Y x I W v. .I X i. I:0l'Ll'LII'II UAD AIABEL I-ILDnlc'1c . PHYLLIS SALINDERS FRANKIE Mmcaus . CAHOLYN AIITCIIIIRI JUHNQIE LIETNITI2 . Drums A1oosE .... . . AIARG1E S1.'rzl,u .. JANICE Blum' . . . . . . , NI.xT1LD.x Zlx1'l'nulNI . . .. Twx'L.x -In IE: xru ID .. .. CmmI GHIIVII Glmrll GIIIIVII Crum! n'l1'm'II Cmznl r'uI1n In ' I Iinv'u'ul'II u'u'ImI Page Fifty-fre e BOYS' BASKETBALL The Newton-Conover High School Red Devils, defending VVestern Conference champions, showed the force of their powerful team again this season. DEVILS BLAST TECH The Devils took the Tech five by a score of 44-35 in the opening game of the Devils' season. The Credit of this game went to the fast breaking of VVarlick and Rowe. N-C TAKES VVILDCATS The second victory of the season was taken from Morganton by the score of 37-28. Epps and Loiland shared the honors. N-C VVHIPS R-S The co-champions, Rutherfordton-Spindale, met more than their match when they went down under the mighty Devils by 38-22. LoHand and Yancey put on a last quarter spurt to put the Devils way out front. DEVILS TRIP CHERRIES The Devils tripped the Cherryville five by a score of 51-12. The powerful N-C team played spectacular ball. Again Epps led his team with thirty points. V DEVILS SINK LINKS The Devils journeyed to Lincolnton and kept their winning record in tact by turning back the strong Lincolnton team. The Links were strong, but not strong enough. The final score was 29-19. DEVILS OUTPLAY MORGANTON The Devils took on lXlorganton again only to defeat them by a larger score than before. Lofland and Yancey blasted forth in the final period, and when the smoke cleared the Devils were out front 49-24. SHELBY BOVVS TO DEVILS Remembering the football score of last season the Devils got sweet revenge by defeating the Shelby team 58-28. Epps and Rowe played spectacular ball. N. C. S. D. PUSHED ASIDE BY DEVILS The Devils again went on a rampage by defeating N. C. S. D. 55-34. Epps, captain of the team, hit thirty points. Rowe played a marvelous game. GIRLS' BASKETBALL The Newton-Conover Devilettes have had one of their most successful seasons in years. Out of their six C65 conference games they have won four NEVVTON BEATS MORGANTON One of the most exciting girls' games witnessed in our gymnasium was between Morganton and Newton, Newton winning by one point. The final score was 21-20. Newton then met Morganton on their own court on january 28 to beat them again. This time by an even greater score of 26-19. DEVILETTES SVVAIXIP CHERRIES The Devilettes swamped the Cherryville sextet by a 40-25 score. The forwards and guards of Newton played a spectacular game throughout all four periods. DEVILETTES SINK N. C. S. D. Coach Gettys' Sextet marked up another conference win by beating N. C. S. D. by a 32-27 score. VVatts played a good game for Newton, leading with 20 points. DEVILETTES BOVV TO RUTHERFORDTON-SPINDALE The Newton girls suffered their first defeat on their home court from the tall Rutherfordton- Spindale girls. The Devilettes played one of their best games but the height of the visiting team was too much for them. The score was 42-36. LINCOLNTON DOXVNS NEYVTON The Newton Devilettes journeyed to Lincolnton to suffer their second conference loss by a 40-24 score. The Lincolnton girls with a strong team outplayed the Newton girls in the fourth quarter. DEVILETTES TAKE SHELBY The fighting Devilette team racked up another victory by defeating Shelby by a score of 32-23. The Devilettes are showing more improvement in each game. BOCK IV jeafzmea, ' r x. ,.,,, D ff ' " , ff!! Z' X ,L SENIOR SUPERLATIVES Rest Looking NETIIALEE XXZILLIARIS SMI KINCAID A Inst Carefree BETTY LACIIEY CIIAIILES LOFLAND Page Fifty-eight Most Popular IDORA JEAN A'lELCIIOP. EDDIE SUXINIONS IWOS1 Couscieutiozrs VVADINE A IARTIN 'IDE Evvs Frielzdliest Dom JEAN EIELCHOR EDDIE SIBIIXIONS A lost Sincere IJIXIE SPENCER ED CIIIIRIS Cutest FRANCES LINK SIDNEY CLINE K? Sf? SENIOR SUPERLATIVES Most Allzlctic YViI1iesl IMOGENE ROCKETT RACIIEL IXLLEN PEGGY I'IERMAN CHARLES EPPS SAM KINCAID Best All-Rozfurf EDDIE SIMMONS Most Sf1lL'li0'llS Most I11fI11e1zfizIY Biggest Flirt IWOSI Likely to Succeed IIYIOCENE ROCILETT IIXIOGENE ROCKETI' NE'l'IfIALEE VVILLIAMS IIXIOCENE ROCKE WII,LARD VVORKINIAN EDDIE SIMMONS TT CPIARLES EPPS EDDIE SIIXIIYIONS Page Fifty-nivze V., 1. ' f 1 I ' 5 1, f . ,v",gH'f A Ni 3' o 1 Q I R : ii: x S NS 02' I 'N 'Ng 9 X qi -.- P- aw - 5 S S i QQ Q S ,, Y I . I, ,I Q Ii: cf I I 5212157 HOMECOMING QUEEN A J AffL'l1t1l7l1fS PATRICIA I1AVNAER REBECCA SMITH FRANCES GCCDSCN PICTURE YOURSELF J-'han u-if if .fig Y c'-,Q 1-:YL -5.32 ' W . N . ' Q, Q54 , . - 4. awfilzi. ' . 'yan ., xl A .ci .. . xisxzx ' j in - ' " "JC K 4 Z AT N-c: H I tg ,, V ,-A mznmlnuzsama Page Sixty-one SNAPSHOTS N E SNAPSHOTS fr- w "1 SNAPSHQTS 0 ff'fw4f, 'M ,J W., ,M M -7 Q, OR jvgyyqcx xy V 5 X,vvM, x X N V Vf fi kv? mv 6,6 gl was wg my www SL 5537! WI fx Wig wwf, yVpnXYF'RJgr4e,x5?V ?y YK 5 ufiygyfi yw:,Y9g,f'N' i M' gifs? K ww W xPggsfMw Xp? jew? YN S233 wg Qi WJ sf? W'fW?wM3S hw Kiwi if 26826 .xx , mvw5i,wWfAfjy 'W ff BGOK V ddvmfLfmnwzf.4, J? ,ll jj D ,ff Lf' ,gf L , -,Ill P L u , J ,s rf!! I J f l ' 1 . jfv J' I I N!! jf' 'Z Box HEAVY CHEMICALS , Soda Ash, Caustic Soda, Liquid Chlorine, Calcium Chloride Sodium Bicarbonate, Salt SANITARY CHEMICALS Cleaners, Disinfectants, Deodorants, Insecticides ' Soaps, Waxes. DDT POWDER-AND SOLUTIONS ALL KINDS OF CHEMICALS AND SUPPLIES Your Inquiries Will Be A1J1J'7'6C7:CLt6fl CECIL H. JARRETT 8 CUMPANYL NEWTON, N. C. 647 Phone 154 Page Sixty-six i il J . sei: ..---- 1 E- O' q i -J. .G uf' . l ' V f . K' -V A in K in I ,"'- ? 77' I I Q Ngrl ' n Machine hz., ' ' wma' in ' Q BANUYJ vw. . w 2,1 g E-fp Q 'L 'f t ' " , , SiDj'fflfliSfS-,i'PLlV0lfT:'iZl C63 v ffl guufczrctzcrers of . Farm 7 o f J, , 'X Mqchiie' Work ' ...ff 'DY ' v 'L .1 'divx N-elvton, North Car 'na ,S ' Newtehf North carolina" . S, - , Tj -Q1 -'-'LT- ' Q i HP ' t 1'- . T - -5? Q1 E '-gg? -ff, ' K 'rv S Sr?" A fi ,J . E L LE .4 ,ff E, 1 o f . , it -,Q Q . . . ' ' A .T-ii-Vl,H Clty Poxntlac C0.,LIljlC.. xg , 2 Smhjheyvs egceparvi fr ' , -,- --fseofewi, S A ,f SALES sz SERVICE - -- , A "ff, " ' wg, . T . , Reaclyito-Wecafl'-Gzpcleqies-Mack:V N' PhoneL5O0"' , NEWTON, NfC. Ph0ne105-JY L., NQWIQ1, N- C." , f . ' f , T'-I 1 1 ' ft EV 'M T! I 'W- ' ff , E ,E K 3 Q f S f , S ffl, E f . ' 'E E ,. 'S rf' ' ff, 1 E' ' Et 'GULF SERVICE' '. WILLIS-REYNQEDS ' "', ., CENTER? . W v FUNERAL HOME I -EQ . Phone xx ,vfhorzre No. 2 Dub a'rzd'N1'ght Newton, North Garolina t- Newton, North Carolina A -1 . E f A Q, ' , , V , '-J, i , x n " '.p- Complimenrts of ' RIDGEVIEW HQSIERY' Mug S Newton, North Carolina I., Page Sixty4se1'e1z . V' . U' ,W f W WMM! CQCQZAQTZCZ ff! flffj VTWINE ITY CLEANERS VJ , 'EXAM 5 4,Z1fEPhone 57 NEWTON N C ,f ' Zi M L Compliments of BELK-BRUMLEY DEPT. STORE Phone 59 NEWTON, N. C SOUTHERN FURNITURE COMPANY CONOVER, NORTH CAROLINA Compliments of CONOVER JEWELRY STORE PAUL KOPENHAVER, Owner CONOVER, NORTH CAROLINA RHYNE HARDWARE COMPANY Phone 48 NENVTON, N. C. Compliments of MORETZ 85 CO. N N C MAIDEN, N C NORTH NEWTON HARDWARE CO. Phone 834 NEWTON, N. C. Compliments of EDD'S LUNCH NEWTON, NORTH CAROLINA PQS I Blue Ridge Products A Big Lift Company ,1,, of gpg: UML Blue Ridge VELVET Ice Cream -1'A Hickory, North Carolina On Every Shift Compliments of lilevenger lfnllege ni Business Administration Hollar Building HICKORY, N. C. Cmrzplim ents 0 f ROYAL CROWN BOTTLING CO. Hickory, North Carolina Com 1111.711 eil ts of Del-Mark, Inc. Hickory, North Carolina Compliments of DUKE POWER CO. Hickory, North Carolina Cofniplim en fs of Biltmore Dairy Farms BILTMORE ICE CREAM Hickory, North Carolina Page Sixty-ni: e n NY' ox WRX' 9' Q 'C Avbx ' 'Lx v ,155 if Ya '51 ,B N5 , 5' , RUBBINLKQ? fl V ,J xgm WM? be 'Qs 'E E, wP'4V1QfER'SY 1 6 , t V 'GQ' is 3 Q' -'Cold f IB f A . , , x O 9 es am es , I "' .vw ',QNS'ik9 N' v 'P E 0216 MBI md: I QQ. Pho11Q1335 s-5 Newton, Nw '33 X' v P ' , 4 , , - -X93 xuieigoa. - .4 J K gk' ' 1, J G, QQTQQWEEE 1X11,LL5,xmCwLv' E gf X EQ-AHIG GRADEYHOS B-Ii? E - .5 if 1 xl' J xg , z E J QNX -1 X 3 .5 Fm: Q4-211 And Bfoys X-,J kxxf ,G I , Ef , , J, D V' 5 X7 Qhewfpn, NOIffh.C3FO1FLx n E1 , ,J 'R Ns 4.9 fa ff! E E E . 77 EEEE gf 0 V7 'io f 9 x 1 -2 .E U .X t iplinzents of X li! J 3 - Y L 0 U DINE 3 x x -, NX A 0 P AT . 5,3 E X U THE WHITE PINE Ek Qi ashwns Steaks A Specialty D gk 1' X 'es f' Conover, North Carolina 231' Sf if N. C. Q ' gl X Page eventf- - i V u Q 9 SN A Conzpltinzenfs of Saunders Furniture Company PHONE 320 CONOVER, N. C. Compliments of Carolina Furniture Store J. B. HUSS, G zercll Manager Phone 477 Newton, N. C. C. E. LACKEY Repair and Rewound Motors Phone 243-R Newton, N. C Complinzemis' of CONOVP Ti-IEA' ER "South's F inesf' CONOVER, N, C. 'A' Conzplznzents of Mrs. P. U. Carpenter i' P S ty Lv .ww wwf' My fyW"!1?f'j3l.f J WWW my di, the Graduating Class of 1948 "Greetings" HELP MAKE THE FUTURE OF CATAWBA COUNTY GREAT IN INDUSTRY, AGRICULTURE AND HUMAN RELATIONS. WARLONG GLOVE 52?Qvu5A ?f'fJRlNc CO. ogy O R, NORTH CAROLINA ,N .V UH f 4,3371 'QM ' ' RE Compliments of ' 57 H R W DRUG STORE DUB M FUNERAL ' ' my HOME 1-Phone-20 F155 Conover N C Newton, North Carolina Bowman Drug CO. CONGRATULATIONS The REXALL Store B. F. WAGONER Phone 297 Conover, N. C. Jeweler C E. Bo I? g tered D ggist PIIOHG 451 N8WtOl'1, N. C P S Compliments of The Northwestern Bank Newton, N. C. Compliments of CILLEY HOSIERY MILL Newton, N. C CONGRATULATIONS TO THE SENIORS OF '48 HERMAN-SIPE'S, INC. Phone 39 Conover, N. C. Egrcellem' Food Properly Prepared The Carolinian Restaurant EARLE WILKIE, Manager Phone 529 N. Main Ave. Newton, N. C. Sinclair CAROLINA OIL CO. Gasoline Sz Fuel Oil Phone 70 Newton, N. C. When You Are Hungry And Want To Eat Come To SHADY GROVE For A Delicious Treat ".: B. E. MORROW, Manager 15 BENDIX HOME LAUNDRIES Self-Service Laundry Speed gf-E con om ZICILI-Stl7l?:ffl'7'2j Phone 816 Newton, N. C. HIDEEVIEW PUHIJL STllTlllN Washing 62 Greasing We Call For and Deliver Cars Phone 484-R Newton, N. C. Page Seventy-tlzree BOGLE DISTRIBUTING CO. lVholesale Automotive Supply Dealer GATES TIRES-BATTERIES-SPRADLING SEAT COVERS Phone 74 Ne t n N C Whiteiier Hosiery Mills Illanufacturer of MEN'S FINE HOSIERY Newton, North Carolina Congratulations and Best Wishes To The Senior Class SCOT'I"S STUDIOS "Photographs of Quality" Pho e 74 Newton N C P S f Congratulations and Best Wishes To The Seniors SIIPERIIIH llll 8 HIH IIIIMPA Y Phone 331 Conover, N. C. BEST Wishes Conzplinzents of - I Conover Chef CO- HUCKETTS ESSU STATIUN Conover, North Carolina Conover, North Carolina C0N1797f'N1P1?fS Of Conzplinzems of SETZER'S Stewart SL Stewart SUPERMARKET FIRESTONE STORE Phone 157 Conover, N. C. PY10119 277 N6W'COl1, N- C. Page Seventy-five iff, I . f ,af . M' I F' . . .s, " 3 . " 4- . . fg-QQ' ji A f ' I I L , f' if I J L! y ' 5 1 , , 1 I m , .U V' I ' -y My ,X W., ,I ,J PM I, my I My ,f f, I Compliments of ' 'J 5 l A fl .' , I , , , 1 ' ' I LJ 'I ff N ' ARERNETIIY YARN, ILLSJ, WV' I N STAZFESVILLE, IWC. ' V J X ' b , ' ... ,S ' , I I Y Iv. 'f , f ' ' ,J f jf! l N4 'A' X "l I I 7 J' , I .yu ' ICAROLINA MILLS -, I- V K ,I -' 'NEWTON-'AND MAIDEN, N. I If 'I J v - . I Q 'K' , 1, ' ', 1 4,3 fb-' , f I' I , f 'I J 1.1" NEW'CITY MILLS I B A , ISIEWTOISL, N. C. X ' W, . V. J . V, 1 1. ,I , , n A . X fa ' t ' n ' f 4 , , f I s Y ' NEWT0Ng,oIL sf FERTILIZER C0 R NEWTON, N. C., I Q I - , . I . . L 'Vi . , , . y ' 4J.fw. ABERNETHY NEWTON, N. C. . P25 I Compliments of Compliments of HOlle1"S Taxi Conover Grocery Service Store Ph e 9113-146 Conover, N C Ph 778 Conove N C Best Wishes To The Senior Class CCHCVER FURNITURE CO. Congratulations ana' Best Wishes to the Senior Class DIXIE HOME STORE PgS WW ff gpfffifjlm ' W Mi flm F 6 ST M ' I Hr T Comp zments of Compliments of' f BERMAN E. SMITH' First 10 Field Representdti've 0 F zz -3- 1 C Bank of ata 21 PYIOHQ 408-M NEWTON, Nom' ROLINA Page Seventvei J M Aff1'f:f7"C-ff! fzfffzf of " ' i " if f i f I f ! X ," Y, . V , X 4 . to . Offrife bl 414114 71, ffvbff ef f . 4, 14,4 ,fb J. ,Z rf . A fl J 7. -' ,ff 1 V Y,,f - .x , , If 'F ' A -' f' ' W J 2 Z- 'jyf'cv,-IIZZZLCI James Wholesale Co., Inc. "Complete Merclzant Service" Phone 127 HICKORY, N. C. Perry llrmalure Appliance Bo. lfVe.stz'iiglzouse, Commercial I'HfClIl-Sfl'Z'Cll am! Home Appliances Phone 1511-L HICKORY, N. C Hickory Sporting Goods Co Sports Headquarters for Western N. C. Athletic-Fishing-Hunting Martin Outboard Motors Phone 1540 Hickory, N. C Best Wishes To The Seniors Carolina Commission MARSHALL MCREE, Owner Hickory, North Carolina .lf Pump Sz Water Systems Installations Sz Service R. E. PAW Si SGNS, INC. Phone 1489-J Hickory, N. C. MHHIHA l'S Plllllllllll 81 llllllllllll Wholesale Only GROCERIES, FRUITS, AND PRODUCE Hickory, North Carolina Phone 406 Phone 1205 Page Sevenztm'-:zine fi' WW! A jwjfknf W15 5p, if 2? fpfffffw Qing? M ig? X3 WW WQfLwf,?ff,5f QQ vywgagggpgggi vjfvjg' KE xr! ff . sz W VICE A O fi . . WILKINS Manager I oodye ' Producls NEWTO , . C. General Elect " p 1lia1z ' 1 Ladi ' ear ng pparel I 'S S TO THRIF , NEWTON, NORTH ARO X I! M6125 C ' J ERO BOILICK'S SONS W A eel PG,SS67ZfgG7"Jl1'I'Zd School Bus fB'od??es f if CONOVIQJR, NORTH CARQLINA, H , I " r L -1 1, vi, V Li ff DRUM-ADAIR GROCERY C ,f A I A V ' Groceries SL Fresh Meats 'OO'O f Phone 60 A NEWTON, N.L'C. ' , .,,E w , --A A ,fre ff O, L ' 5 of I 3 1 "I " 47 Z! - ,L If " I W THE NEWTON THEATRES COMPANY, "f fx ' ft f A f . ' ,g , Where the Finest Mogyie Entegiainmentiish Ahifays Presented L! X J, Y' J lj, fy, A' STATE N' X ' CATAJNBA A Q XGEM fh Phone 1 I X C Phone 33 Phone 573 , ff C ' f A A K N ' 'fl W' !',W,QL'IjQH.Kh'IILT0N, Manager ' ' pf . X h A ' -2 f' I NEWTON, NORTH CAROLINA L ' if .f T ,ff .' . V, f " , , , f' ' , ,A-f f , , 1 I, . 11 I Q f f L Compliments of V N 1Yount Lumber f Company X, 1 ff " J' , -A IJVCONTRAOTORSAE BUILDERS- ' f R 'D.jN. Yoder V , ,fe .Q f R , - ' - A A T, f ,E 1'?1 + on 4 Esso Serevlce , ff R , ea M 'L A A - Aa A af L f fn, 7 ' . , ! High g'Grade Bujlding' Materiakkjei' ,f . , ,J , Ii, f , r f f Phone 404 v Newton, N. C. Phone 1225 , I, , NEWTON, N. C. I '. A X, I, , 1, , in ! : ,ja . XX X , HY-5 ' ' A I QV , , . T X Q, Q lj -L J' Page Eig1ztyPO11ef .I , ' x. W' V , X A I Best Wishes To The Senior Class of '48 Frye's Esso Service Station PHILLIP FRYE, Owner Newton, North Carolina Compliments of R. H. Barringer Distributing Company Phone 85 Newton, N. SALLY MAY'S Togs F or Tots Phone 590 Newton ,N. C. Compliments of Coca-Cola Bottling Co of Asheville, N. C. Hickoty, North Carolina Congratulations To The Seniors of 1948 IIIBSIIN PIPINII 81 C0 STIIUIIIIIIN IIIIMPANY CONTRACTORS 8: BUILDERS NEWTON, N. C. Page Eighfyffwo I 1 ' . f ,J My .V7 .A D B Q 1 49 N tt ff ' A t' JH U ' ."'6'0'I'fZq7l-' ents of J' - ' 4 4 A ' 1 rth w tx fr s ' Cl b Sh e Sho B fa Cl b 1' ,fn '21, fl - 'Q?S'Een2', N ??u,f4.,c'1.,, af AQ , ' 53':1?vet5?-Alplyhfy. . M, if SUE-e h Wil Jason t n N: izzezsimffz f Li: ' on er e ' W r e ' " 0 n' u 0. - r 'a u . , we D tyl Efllemgluclg il b Gusiell Wrnitener X I jx -ff .Xb Tri-Hi-Y.Cfub J Q4 ,Lt V ' . Aj ,f I f W , on gf' 4 ,J J Compliments OJQA ft , JH U Complimeutss of J . 1, ,- A Q' 1' f N Corrihefwlmpl ment ,wif Hq,1ln1jnWJ,fShQe faegvecefjlf 3 A . V, ' " 'ly I 1 -K b IJ 1. e , . C. UU f Newton, N. fC. 5 , X f e . ,Any I ' X I u A K ' N ", s V FQ ji VJ j V fy ., n f ' N Y , .K . ' , JL! ,f 1 f' I 7' 4' " ,VW ff M Jgtogpiplfwfc MOTOR co. Q, . New and Used Cars sw u If Wxgjgmni Have It, We Can Get It In 24 Hours N 1 7 , hone 8 Newton, N. C. N U .vt X Q NEWTON CAB COMPANY Day and Night Service Phone 486-487 Newton, N. C. 1 I 'D 'J , - A Q Q - 5 A . -, Q4 1 PgEZr1fZ Q F YOUNG MEN'S SHOP Compliments Of BEST IN MEN'S COLEY,S GIFT SHOP CLOTHING Phone 371-W Newton, North Carolina NGWIJOTI, N- C- O' C0mplime1ztsof General Repairiizg I GLAPPS FEED STORE Electric Welding Acetylene Welding Newton, N. C. Phone 6 Newton, N. C. CAROLINA HOUSING AND MORTGAGE GORP. Home Loans With Payments Like Rent Phone 142 F. H. A. or G. I. HICKORY, N. C. New Knabe Grand Sz Spinets-Story KL Clark Spinets-Betsy Ross Spinets JOHNSON PIANO EXCHANGE Always A Good Variety of Used Pianos From Which to Select Your Practice Piano Phone 1117-J, 1117-R East Hickory On Highway 70 GONOVER-NEWTON BUS LINE ANYWHERE-ANYTIME Phone 109 Conover, N. C. Oldest Paper Published In Catawba County-Since 1879 THE GATAWBA NEWS-ENTERPRISE PUBLISHED EVERY TUESDAY AND FRIDAY Phone 30 NEWTON, N. C. Page Eighty-four CATAWBA ICE 8 FUll CUMPANY Dealers in Pure Crystal Ice and Nice Clean Coal 354-Phones-73 Newton, North Carolina NUZUM-CHUSS CHEVHOLET,lNC. N. MAIN STREET TELEPHONE 82-W N t N th C 1' Best Wishes To The Senior Class of 1948 NEWTON GLOVE COMPANY NEWTON, N. C. L 1. W Compliments of G - ls I, . 1 4 TI-IOS? RQCDWEN 1 MUTUAL INSURANCE ' ' T U' A Phone 87 Ne ton N C Wagner-Saunders Furniture Company HOME FURNISHERS NEWTON, N. C CATAWBA, N. C FOR THE BEST IN BARBECUE AND OTHER SANDWICHES Drive Out To S'I'E.WART'S BARBECU E PROMPT, COURTEOUS CURB SERVICE Pho e 34 R Cono 61 N C Pg Eg! 03 0,9521 ,JW K, , QI, IG-f , CE ix 41. ' compnmemef on N E CONOVER DRUG . Q1 E ' arg! 5 , m f' W COLEY R. Yomsn, Owngrf "-02, rn . Conover, North Carolina LJ, 4 . one 37 'QR . . F ' ee I 'ae I 'TI x. 57 QQ E174 i s SANITARY GROCERY Co. C. 8: MLGR 66 Fancy Glroceries Fresh Meats Groceries, Meats, Pko , TQFTLQ Feed Stuff Confectioner2' F ff l 'Q Phone 88 Newton, N. C. Conovxigk No a gf iff' 4 I Compliments of Compliments of VETERAN'S TAXI COLEY-GURLEY Pho 607 Conover, N. C. Newton, North Carolina his , Compt o f Rye E GROCERY ,Ogio e CoNovER, N. C. ' 'xl Q EPPS PRINTING CO. Designers and Producers of MODERN PRINTING ENGRAVED WORK OFFICE SUPPLIES Phone 23 Newton, N. C. SQEQ-12,55 W ASQ IAQ 9 WQQ Aww The Store of Quality Fashions For Every Member of the Family Zini ''-'3:f:f:25:3:i:2Z327:5fT'' HICKORY, NORTH CAROLINA P 629 Compliments of HABOW CHEMICALS, INC. CONOVER, NORTH CAROLINA W. E. B Compliments of ABERNETHY HARDWARE COMPANY NEWTON, NORTH CAROLINA Complimevz ts of CONOVER PRINTING COMPANY CONOVER, NORTH CAROLINA P2 Egky gl THE NEXT STEP LENOIR RHYNE COLLEGE SUMMER SESSION Standard Four Year College for Men and Women Competent, Experienced Faculty-Emphasizes Development of Christian Character-Maintains High Educational Standards Liberal Arts, Science, Music, Teaching and Commercial Courses E.rpenses Very Low, Considering Acluantages Offered SUMMER SESSION 1948 First Term: June 7 to July 14 Second Term: July 15 to August 20 For Catalogue and Other Ivzformation PV'r'ife to The President LENOIR RHYNE COLLEGE HICKORY, NORTH CAROLINA Welcome To ,TY PHARMAUY 111' The Service Drug Store Phone 260 Newton, N. C. E. L. HEDRICK, Represeoiting E. R. 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