Nicholas County High School - Nichlosean Yearbook (Summersville, WV)
- Class of 1938
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In order that our sincere appreciation far,
their kindly encouragement and assistance during
the past year may not go unexpressed we dedioaii
this NICHLOSEAN to our sponsors, Miss Roberts
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Glass of '58
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HISTORY OF THE SENIOR CLASS
We -came to Nicholas High School in the fall of 1933 to seek the knowl-
edge that was to be offered us in the next four years of our life. We were
unlike the proverbial freshmen ln that we were intelligent and ambitious
a. promising showing in athletics as well as scholastic work,
During the next two years We fulfilled the promise made in the fresh-
man year. In our junior year we presented a play "Little Mis 'lhttenn
and gave a banquet to the seniors.
Wlhen the National Honorary Society was established here several
juniors were selected to be charter members. We have been outstanding in
toth basket ball amd football, and our class teams have made good show-
ings in the class tournaments.
In our senior year we have been the leading class. Several more mem-
bers of our class have joined the National Honorary Society,
Our su-ccess as a class has depended upon our sponsors, Miss Mamine
S-ummers in our Freshman yea,-r, Miss Rebecca Wiseman and Mr. P, C.
McQuuain ln our Sophomore year, Miss Ann Durham and Mr. Albert Dietz
in our Junior year, and our present sponsors, Miss Winlfred Roberts and
Mr. Dietz. We are very grateful to them and to the school for the oppor-
tunities presented to us.
SENIOR CLASS PROPHECY OF "38"
In thinking afba-ut the past four years of our happy high school days,
my friend and I were roaming around the school grounds. Passing the
building we remembered some of the pleasant and also the unpleasant
memories off our days spent here. We had shared with our classmates the
pleasures, sorrows, passing marks, and flunks of school life, We wandered
down by the gym. Here we had grand times at parties, banquets, and
basket ball games. Then looking out ufpon the athletic field, we could still
see our 'heroes fighting to vlc-tory for dear old Nicholas. From here we
wandered down by the fountain. This place contained many memories for
us. We sat down on the mossy bank to talk and ponder. We had been Ln
school four years together but the next week we would part, We were
wondering what would happen to all our classmates in their future years.
The fountain answered as if ty magic with a voice so soft and sweet.
"Youngsters, I am not very old but I have seen classmates come and go,
I know a lot of secrets but I will ever keep the trust. Now, as you seem
to wish ilt, I'l1 tell you about the future for you and your classmates."
Betty Jo Alderson will secure a position as a clarinet player in Leo-
pold Stokowski orchestra. due to the valuable instruction she received in
Nicholas High School.
Marian Craig will become one of Americas greatest chemists due to
t-he knowledge she obtained from a former associate.
George Emfbree, upon finishing his medical work art Rlush Medical Coll-
lege, will establish a baby clmlc in Summersville mr girl halbies between
16 and 21.
Reva Hanna, contrary to our expectations, will marry amd rear a. large
Emal Preast and his wife, Elodse, will live haxppily at Dixie with only
one problem, that is, to keep up with all their children,
Margie Taylor, who never could make up her mind afboult anything, will
divorce four husbands -before she finds the one she really loves.
Dana MoCubcheon will reside in Weston alt the Insane Asylum but as
the superintendent, not as an inmate, since he understands crazy people so
Bonnie Gilbert will establish a boarding house in Susmrnersvllle for the
benefit of the school 1-rlds who get put off -the bus,
Lanty Scott will become a. 'great explorer of the South Pole.
Charles Simms will become an all Ameriucan football star.
Phala Woodall will live the life of an old maid school teacher, teaching
at Tioga. - '
Elva Brown will carefully conserve her knowledge of social problems
and be one of the foremost teachers at West Virginia University,
Bill Hero-ld will do Missionary work in the wilds ozf Scotland since he
will never overcome his childhood desire to convert a Campbell to his views,
Ray Perkins and Mr. King will not be heard from for twenty years
since they will go to Norway where the nights are six months long,
Helen Stanard will take Miss Strou-ss's place at Nicholas as Home
Economics teacher after Miss Strouss retires at the age of fifty years.
Bernice Williams and Floatle Slgman will not be separated in laiter
liffeg they will be successful tusiness women of Birch River.
Zella. Wilson, who succeeded so well as the Glrl Reserve President, will
become superintendent of the Y, W. C. A. in New York,
Eddie Spencer, whose betting ln hllgh school dldnft turn out so well,
will continue to bet and Will get qui-te rich betting on horse races.
Thomas Spencer, due to the cheer leading practice he received in the
halls of Nicholas High, will become widely known for his cheer leading at
Gentrude Wilson will devote her days to vainly trying to teach wlsdzm
Sylvia Walker, Bonnie Jolmson, and Eunice Walkup will have a life
time posliltlon testing foods for the A. J. Heinz Co,
Wllsford Dorsey and Junior Hendrickson will become famous for their
hair dye. The purlpose will be to dye all red hair hmofwm.
Margaret Shelton will follow her long hoped for ambition and become
a famous opera singer.
Dennis Milam due to the service and experience recedved ln the C, M.
T. C, will go -to China and become Chiang Kafl's right hand man. Clhey
licked the Japs.J
Mary Lee Tinnel will be chief operator of the Summersville Beauty
Shop and will have as a specialty to give all hdgh school girls their much
-Ruth Scnagg after graduation will return to Smoot where she will live
a very successful married life.
Bernice Kincaid will divide her time among her duties as the first lady
of the land, raising Meredltlfs amd her twelve children, and her dutels as
chairman of the organization to prevent courting in hrlegih school.
Lorena Crieasy will accept a position as head superintendent of nurses
in the Charleston General I-llospital and will expect many rich men to visit
the hoqrital in hopes of receiving a proposal.
Mary Esther Grose will became a widely known play writer, her most
famous play being "Why Worry ln High School?"
Charles Iaughary, who is much admired by the girls in school, will take
Roliert 'Daylor's place wi-th the women of the nation.
Mary Kuntz will inspire one Junior Curry to be one of the leading
farmers of Nicholas County.
Edith Martin will be an extra. in Hollywood.
Beuna Cutlip will lose her slyness and become a lecturer on the subject
of "Life Without a Lover." I
Leah McClung will become s. great professor at West Virginia Unl-
versizty. It will be rumored that she will marry anolther professor of this
university but time .will tell.
The .rlng that Geraldine Summers wears will mean something. She
will marry Arthur Mason and will reside aft Drennen.
Rebecca Brown will be one of the greatest orators out the last cenrtury
but will retire to her home, "'l11e Fairfield," ln 1950.
Thelma Jarrett after searching for several years will find her ideal
husband fa red headed man.j
Elmo Dnrennen will wed the former Miss Cleo M'cMllllion and will re-
side alt Ernon and be the :pnovud farther of quinlbulplets,
Maggie Blankenship will spend many happy days listening' ho her hus-
band sing "VV1'nen You and I Were Youznvg, Maggie,"
Elizafbeth Dorsey will come back to Nicholas to aid Mr, Bryant as
Commercial teacher, as Mr, Bryant will lose all his hair and will be asham-
ed to come out.
Madeline Outllp, as she .always was an excellent basket ball player, will
become the Physical Education teacher of Richwood High School.
John Sweeney will become quivte rich in Alaska where he will become
head of a. fur selling firm. l
Dyer Sitanalrd, who always took much interest in Vocational Agricul-
ture while in high school, will use it in his future days at Enon.
Martha. Sapp will persuade Charles Keenan to help her with her news
pu'bli:.atlon, "The Summersville Messenger."
Freda Hamilton, who always employed her lipstick, will become fa-
mous for her "Man Winning" lips-tic-k.
Herbert Fockler will the a great pmfessor at Duke University and as
professors are usually hard-boiled, Herbert will not be an exception.
Chilton Murphy will live a very happy married lixfe at Calvin with ihe
former Miss Mildred M1::Olung as his better half.
Louise Campbell and Ruby Lee Drennen will start a Beaulty Culture
School in Charleston.
Oarlls White will follow his father ln the undertaking business and
will halve as a specialty "All Beautiful Women,"
Marjorie Summers will reside at Jodie and help her husband in trying
to estalbllsh a more perfect coal union.
Roberta Spencer will be the World Champion Typist in 1950.
Velma Dorsey will establish an Old Maid Society of the United States.
Meredith Dodrill will carry cn the name of president, as he will be
President of the United States.
Rachel G-roves will teach Physical Education at Nicholas High School
arfter talking her husfband into insanity.
Marguerite Groves will live quite a reserved life as an pld maid.
Ruth Baber will lose her slyness and marry a. boy of the junior class of
Boniface McCl'ung will take Charlie McCarthy's place with Edgar Ber-
Olive Mcfmtcheon will be a. very efficient comrtometer operaltor for the
Dodrill Shoe String Factory at Birch River.
Amd you hols Neil will be a teacher in a Oomrnerclal College,
With this the voice -ceased talking. We looked around but we could see
no one. The voice had vanished as quickly as it had come. My friend and
I hurried back to school -tlo tell our classmates what we had heard. We
were very much pleased for now we would know where to find our class-
mates after school was out. We told our classmates about it but only part
of them believed the story. But in years to come we will see if the foun-
tain told us the truth!
LAST WILL AND TESTAMENT OF THE SENIOR CLASS OF 1938
Ruth Balber wills her ability to get along with any teacher and any
kind of condition to Louise Gnoves.
Maggie Blankenship wills her active interest of anything that goes off
in the aud. to Madali-ne Ward,
Elva. Brown Wills her ability to stick with anything until its done to
Rebecca Brown wills her quiet manners and ways to Okey Lee Mearns.
Louise Campbell wills her independent ways to tell jokes and tunny
stories to Lester Robents.
Marian Craig wills her slick ways of doing things and getting by with
it to Betty Lou Altlzer.
Lorena Greasy wills her ideas for and what to do at F. F. A. bmquets
to Cleo MfczM.i.llion.
Rachel Groves wills her quietness to Mary Alice Perkins.
Madeline Cutlirp wills her slbllity to play basket ball to her sister Bon-
nie because she wants to keep lt in the family,
Freda Hamilton wills her ability to wear lipstick to Maxine Pltzer.
Geraldine Summers wills her excess weight to Bob MdMilllo'n.
Lanty Scott wills his Economic education to "Judge" David Groves.
Martha. Sapp wills her dependability to Joe Hlughes.
Charles Laughary wills his stand in with the girls to anybody who
John Oumy Jr, wills his affection for a certain Junior sponsor bo Fred
Rlay Perkins wills his excess energy to Gerald Fltzwater,
Roberta Srpencer wills her ability fto blush to Ella Pltzer.
Chilton Murphy his "pri88y" WU-YS 8-Hd 804'-S to 3411103 Kill!!-
Dana Mlc0uztchecn wills his curley hair to Wlllee Gnamp.
Dennis Milam wills part of his height to Jimmy Peck.
Carlls White wills his perfect attendance record to Mable Taylor.
Bill Herold wills his ability to argue with his teachers to Madeline
Mary Kuntz wills her low well modulated vvoice -to Bill Pugh.
George Embree wills Harriet W1-ight's affections to Gilbert Milam,
Meredith Dodrlll wills his wonderful ability to select Christmas pres-
ents tor his teachers bo Jean MoMillion,
Charles Simms wills his alblllty to keep his hair straight to Paul Mc-
Ruby Lee Drensnen wills her interest in George to I-Iarrlette Wright,
Mary Lee Tinnel wills her quietness to Juanita Smith.
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JUNIOR CLASS HISTORY
In the fall of 1965 from the various sections of Nicholas County there
gathered the largest Freshmen class in the history of Nicholas County
Higwh School. The class organized and elected as its olifi-cers to guide it
through its perilous freshmen year, Audrey Lee Elkins, Girls' president,
Mildred Herold, vice-president, and Nadine Dunn, secretary-treasurer: Paul
Mc'Clung, Boys' president, Buster McMil1ion, vice-president, Benson Bailes,
secretary-treasurer. Miss Esther Rader, Miss Joan Barnes, Miss Adello.
Strauss, and Mr. Ross Lytle were the sponsors of the 'class
In the fall of 1936 the class reorganized as Sophomores. Although a
few had fallen by the wayside we still led with the largest Sovphlormore -class.
Our sponsors were Mrs. Joan Harrlszn, Miss Esther Rader, Mr, Alvin Mc-
Cann, and Mr. R. E. Campbell. Buster MoMillion, Boys' president, Ada
Bryant, Girls' preslderrtg Benson Balles and Pearl Dooley, vice-epresldentsg
Marie Spencer and Ida Merle Bailey, vice-'presidents for the girls. Louisa
Simpson and Basil Huff served as secretary and treasurer.
With our officers' and sponsors' help we journeyed through our Sopho-
more year. Just before examinations we forgot our cares for a while and
had a. Weiner roast at fthe Four H Camp. Then we were drawing near our
It was a jolly gncwp of Juniors tmt gathered on the campus in the fall
of 1937 to enroll one step higher, Fate had called some of the members
from the class during vacation leaving an enrollment of one hundred forty.
We again elected our officers with Miss Jean Haller, Miss Alice Stemrple,
Mr. Maynard Duckworth and Mr. R, E. Campbell sponsors. Henry Pitsen-
berger, presidentg Marie Spencer amd Ada, Bryant, vice-presidentsg Raoy
Groves, secretary and Marjorie Bosco, treasurer. Our class is continuing to
struggle to reach higher honors by. sponsoring :pie so-clals and minstrels.
We are striving to reach the highest peaks of learning and to live up
to our motto -"Not for self but others."
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Guynelle Anderson, Irene Baber, Pauline Belles, Ruby
521168, Edna Barker, Margaret Beirne, Eileen Bell,
Marian Bobbitt, Ina Marie Boley, Barbara Bragg, Annabelle
BPOCR, Hazel Brown, Marie Brown, Lehnls Bail, Brooks
B913-PY, Gwrfce Beam, Roabert Erown, Bettis Lou Catletste,
Alda Cole, Bessie Cox, Ruth Craig, Thelma Craiq, Dana
Carte, Warrfn Copeland, Loris Copenhaver, James Craig
Golda Lee Dawson, Mazel Dorsey, Cecil Derberry, Buell
Dodrill, Warren Dodrill, Arnette Dorsey, Boyd Dorsey,
Elliot Dorsey, Mary Frances Elkins, Barney Faulkner,
Doris Ray Frazer, Mabel Fitzwater, Kathryn Fockler,
Flora Foster, Evelyn Frame, Lenora Frame, Esther George,
Sammel Groves, Agatha'Ha11, Anna Hannon, Betty Lee Harold,
Ruth Herold, Gaynelle Hughes, Grace Lee Hughes, Macel
Marjorie Hughes, Betty Jarvis, Augusta Justice,EmmaLeg'g, Gracie Lewis,
Lillian M3oClung, Cleo MscMillion, Christine Matheny, Lorraine Mollohan,
Lucille Moore, Anna Morgan, Eleanor Morris, Billie Murphy, Anthela Net-
Lillian Nettles, Mlarian Newsom, Virginia Nichols, Maurine Nvutter, Hllda
O'eDell, Phern O'Dell, Zelma O'lDell, Thelma Perkins, Geneva, Proctor, Edith
Rapp, Daisy Rose, Freda Scragg, Mary Shaffer, Hilda Shafwver, Virginia
Juanita Smith, Flaye Snider, Phala S1penoer,Wl1ma Stanaird, Oneta Stanley,
Alisce Sullivan, Genevieve Summers, .Mabel Taylor, Pearle Thomas, Irene
Turner, Louise Walker, Madeline Ward, Kathleen Wiseman, Harriet Wright,
Edith Young, Lehnis Ball, Brooks Bailey, George Beam, Robert Brown,
Dana Carte, Warren Copeland, Lewis Oopenhaver, James Craig, Cecil Der-
berry, Buell Dadrill, Warren Dodrlll, Arnette Dorsey, Boyd Dorsey, Elliot
Barney Faulkner, Doris Ray Frazer, Samuel Groves, Jo-lm Hickman, Eu-
gene Hill, Virgil Hughes, Andrew Keenan, Stuart King, Mm-len Legg,
Woodlrlow Legg, Carl McC1ung, Harold McOlung', J, W. MoClung, Lloyd Me-
Clung, Nelson MloOlu'ng,
Louis M3cOutoheon, Freeman MwcQ'ualn, Brainerd Martin, Okey Lee Mearns,
Galvin Mlaore, Ross Mlorglan, Phillip Morris, Ray Moses, Clyde Mullens,
Warren F. Mullens, Warren I-I. Mullens, Paul O'Del1, Dale Perry, Billy
Pugh, Ralph Rader, Forest Ramsey,
Harold Ramsey, Lester Roberts, George Sawyers, Allen Scott, John Shel-
ton, Cecil Simms, James Simpson, Hylbert Stickler, Robert Thomas,
SOPHOMOIUE CLASS HISTORY -
In the fall of 1936 there entered Nicholas High School the largest
freshman ,class during the history of the school. This class consisted of one
hundred amd seventy-seven members who were regarded as a. wild and
wooly hunch. We soon began bo catch on to the ways of hlefh school lite
and proceeded to organize by electing the following officers: President,
Arnett Dorseyg Secretary and Treasurer, Cleo Mnclllllllion. To guide this il-
lustrious class, four sponsors were named hy Fran-tz: Miss Strauss, Miss
O'Dell, Mr. Lytle and Mr. King. To preside ln home room periods the fol-
lowing vice-presidents were elected: Arthela Nettles, and Marian Bobbitt.
In athletics we were represented by one boy: Arnett Dorsey.
Although our teams made a. good showing in the basket 'ball touzma-
ment, they were defeated,
For social activities our class enjoyed a roast given at the County 4-H
In the fall of 1937 our glass had dwindled to about one hundred and
forty-one on the enrollment. The class officers chosen to serve this year
were: President, Nelson McOlun,g'g Secretary and Treasurer, Cleo McMil-
llon, The sponsors alppointed by Frantz were Miss Strouss, Miss Raider,
Mr. Ponterfield, and Mr. McQuain. The vice-presidents chosen to preside
in home room 'periods were Peggy Alderson and Eleanor Morris.
We were represented on the football squad this year by three boys:
Brooks Bailey, Warren Dodrlll, and Arnett Dorsey, The Sophomores' rep-
resentatives on the basket ball team were Billy Pugh and Bailey.
This year we have had several of our pupils on the honor roll, while
others brought home "Mn Low Mark."
As the year draws to a close, we are wishing for a. more successful
year in 1938-39.
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alderaon, natalie amiok, ralph baber, joe paul bail, 1
junior bail, annie bailes, eugene bailea, hnbert blilel,
henry bryant, mary bailea, phala bailes, helen bennett,
mary bennett, peggy blankenship, derene bleigh, letha
bragg, edna brewer, anna mae brown, mary agnes brown,
irene butcher, lella butcher, romeo cole, darrell cox,
doy culver, charles cunningham, blanche campbell,
mam-ine clmpbell, madeline carte, eva champs, mnxine
Chapman, nolgene oline, katherine conley, ethel corbitt,
nartha coulter, helen cox, bonnie lee cutlip, rena lee
cutlip, carl dolmetsoh, oonrad dooley, bernice drennen,
william curry, gladya demass, helen dom-111, audi-ey
donelaon, bernice dorsey, murielene dorsey, viola dorsey,
patra drennen, margaret ellis, harold ford,
mary katherine fisher, eloise fitzwater, louann fltzwater, dorothy grey, an-
na, mae gxose, lorena hanna, hilda harris, eloise harrison, eleanocr hoover,
edith hwghes-, helen hughes, maxine hughes, willie hughes, helen
thehna hypes, lena jones, rebecca leach, belle legg, UVB. legg, 118.281 look,
mary anma lyons, betty moclung, doris mcclung, evelena moclung, helen
mlcclung, lensa. mae moclung, ada mcclfung, .katlhleen mocutcheon, freda
mace, anna mary mearns,
malcll morris, eugenia mullens, mary mullens, 'bertie mustoe, gmlenma nlchols,
loretta nichols, fransces o'dell, gay o'dell, glenna o'dell, phala perklns, mary
alice perkins, nina xadclifte, helen ramsey, virginia ramsey, mth russell
virginia sawyers, margaret pebert, agvnes shelmon, ksaty bell she-lton, har-
riette smarr, murrell smith, christine sparks, hilda. strlckland, jean sulllvan,
madaline summers, anna. mae thomas, portarhee tinney, Joyce tucker,
'geraldine williams, margaret williams, thelma wood, noralee young, gdlma
anderson, douglas arbaugh, ralph baber, joe paul ball, junior bail, ennls
balles, eugene balles, holbent bailes, henry brya.-nt, romeo cole, darrell cox,
doy culver, charles cunningham, '
carl dolmetsch, conrad dooley, william durfy, john 1 greaser, 'donald groves,
stewart groves, henry hayslett, lyle hendrlckson, james hensll, billy hughes,
doyle huglhes, harold hughes, george hypes, warren jones, charles keenan,
fred kluntz, james kuntz, raymond legg, benzil long, okey loving, buddie ,mc-
clung, olln muclung, nzelvin mlccoy, otis mecutcheon, hesteovn mcmllllon,
billie moqueen, denzll martin, herbert miller, junior miller, forest mollohan,
vemon moses, harold neil, witsel neil, dalna. nelson, Vernon o'dell, edward
perkins, bolbby perkins, jimmie perklns, ponter perry, harold proctor, donald
radcliff, junior riddle, mitchell rose, samuel MPP. fredrlok mwyers, charles
edward simms, sterling sims, bill smith, robert spencer, euagene thomas,
leonaard tracy, james shirley sweeney, ray walker, howard c, white carl
Last fall among the many students who assembled in Nicholas County
High School to ,begin the school year of 193-7-38 approximately one hundred
and seventy ehamning girls and handsome boys enmlled ln the freshman
class, ready to begin four years iovf hard work intermtngled with much funn.
The class was divided into four groups, each having a faculty sponsor.
Miss Kathryn Fulks and Miss Helen Criner are sponsors of the girls, while
Mr. Ross Lytle and Mr, Leo King are in change of the boys. Each of the
groups have class officers but in order to cope with any problem concern-
ing the entire class they met and elected James Kuntz, president: Mary
Elizabeth Wills, vice-president, and Charles Keenan, secretary-treasurer.
The freslunan class has begun its school life in a manner that foretells
of bigger amd better achievements in the future. They have made a, fine
showing in the scholastic field, having a fair percentage of the class on the
honor roll. The class is also well represented in athletics having three
'boys on the basket ball team, two of which are on the first team.
To work hard and to have 'much fun out of our work is the aim of the
class and we are attaining that goal in our first year in a bdg way.
paulino o'del1, jean stewart, barbara ward, phyllis
crislip, june aeragm, margaret bashaw, mary
katherine kincaid, herold proctor, claude bell.
charles bolar, leola wilson, jean mccredy, edith
mooutoheon, lena mae radar, wilma wr-ight, wanda
brook, irene groves, maxine copenhaver.
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lowell mcclung, george mcoutcheon, Miss O'De11.
EIGI-ITH GRADE CLASS HISTORY
On the sixth of September in the year 1987, twenty-tour students
known as "Eighth Graders" entered Nicholas High School, 'Ibis clan has
been together since their first school days. The first few days were em-
ployed in assigning students .their studies. At the end of me first week
the students had become familiar with their schedule and smmmmdmgs, so
we started on the regular routine of work,
The class met with its sponsor, Miss Mary Doris 0'Dell, and elected the
following officers: E President, Irene Gmvesg Treasurer and Secretary,
Jean McGrady: Reporter, Jean Stewartg Program Leaders, John Groves and
A party was given for a play winning group on December 1, 1937, and
was enjoyed by all. The boys participated in an awemfbly program. The
class has made remarkable progress in tts studies and has taken a prom-
inent part in all school activities.
New if you see some flashlights 'and lanterns coming down the street
before daylight qtor we have to be at school at eight o'clockJ don't be
alarmed, for it is only the Eighth Graders oomlrng to school.
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Violet Taylor, Evelyn Frame, Edna Barker,
Margarette Amick, Maurine Nutter, Alda Cole.
Mazel Dorsey, Louise Mearns, Phala Woodall,
Phyllis Woodalla Grace Hughes, Harriet Wright,
Olive McCutcheon, Gladys Fitzwater.
Betty Jo Alderson, Lillian McClung, Marjorie
Hughes, Miss Strouss.
Our ,cafeteria has been in operation since 1935. The first year there
were only seven girls working in it. Every year more girls seem to be in-
terested. Last year we had increased to fourteen, and at present we have
'Ilhe first yemr there were aprpmozdmately twenty-tive served including
teachers: ,last year about forty, and this year the number lms increased to
The cafeteria not only renders service to teachers and pupils in the
form ef wholesome food, but lt has helped pay for the new Erigidaire the
Home Economics Department purchased in 1936.
Betty Lou Altizer, Geneva Proctor, Louise Groves,
Betty Lee Crislip, Marian Bobbitt, Mary Bussey,
Nadine Dunn, Irene Bailes, Betty Jo Alderson.
Okey Lee Kearns, Nelson McClung, Herbert Hamilton,
Fredrick Sapp, Marjorie Boso, Marian Craig, Ellen
Groves, Mary Sims.
Henry Pitzenberger, William Herold, Madaline Ward,
Audrey Lee Elkins, Ray Perkins, Pauline Belles,
Gaynelle Anderson, Mr. Wilde.
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GOLD AND BLUE RECORD STAFF
Martha Sapp ............. . ........... . . .Editor-in-Ollie!
Herbert Fockler . . . .... Business Manager
Jean M2oMilliaon ...... .... Ass lstant Manager
Betty Jo Alderson .... Assistant Manager
Dyer Stanerd ....... ....... S ports Editor
Wallace Cox . .. .... Assistant Sports
Emily Bush ....... Joke Editor
Jean Haller . ....... . .......... . . . . . . . . Faculty Advisor
NEWS EDITORJS: Margaret DeJua.met:te, Hilda Spencer, Marie Neil, Vaun-
dalee Hughes, Gilbert Milam, Paul Hill, Leona, Mullens, Audrey Lee Elk-
ins, Nadine Dxmn, and Herbert Riddle.
In the year of 1986-36 the Nicholas High School paper was organized
'by an election held in a. Senior class meeting. Choosing a. name for the
paper was the next question. A "name" contest was held and Elmo Dren-
'nefn won the prize, a years free submnrlptiom to the Paper. So the "Gold
And Blue Record" came into being.
With this year the "Record" completes its third year of publication. A
school paper operated on a. strictly self supporting basis, "The Gold And
Blue Record" has won honors in the annual West Virginia Journellszn
Until it was two years old, the paper was "put to bed" by Miss Ra.der's
Engill1DVc1asses,butthisyeartheJou:mallsmClassdirected by Miss
I-Ialler has done the editing.
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Rachel Groves, Marian Craig, Margaret Shelton,
Miss Rader, Zella Wilson, Audrey Lee Elkins,
Mildred Herold, Nancy Lee Murphy, Bonnie Wilson.
Myrtle O'De1l, Dorthy Alderson, Margaret DeJarn-
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Dunn, Gertrude Wilson, Virginia Nichols, Madaline
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Connie Perkins, Maxine Hughes, Betty Lee Crislip,
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GIRL RESERVE CLUB
Purpose-To Find and Give the Best.
Slogan-To Face Life Squarely,
The Girl Reserve Club, a. national registered organization, has been
motive in Nicholas High School since its drganimtion ln 1929.
The blue trlangle within a circle is the symbol of this club and the
three sides of the triangle represent body, mind, and splrlt. The Girl Re-
serve Code embodies those ideals of service, love, and right living that
help a girl to make her life a lovely and worth-'while one.
Some of the activities of the club have been as follows: Sending girls
each year to the state conference, attending ohmurch in a group about three
times a. year, providing a Christmas for an unfortunate family, contribut-
'ing money to the Red Cnoss or some other good cause, entertaining mothers
or friends, having 'worthwhile programs, and trying to build desirable per-
sonalities by instilling the prlncllples of the code into each glrl's life,
Through the past years the club has been served by the following effi-
cient presidents: Reta Mearns, Artha. Lucas, Gladys Bryant, Helen Henold,
Wilma Herold, and Sarah Hamilton. '
The club owes its success this year largely to the faithful, untlrlng ef-
forts of its president, Zella. Wtilsorn and to the following officers: Margaret
Shelton, vlce-presidentg Marjorie Boso, secretaryg Mildred Herold, Audrey
Lee Elkins, and Marian Craig, group leaders.
Miss Rader has served as sponsor of this clufb since its organization,
"Everywhere, always, in sunshine, in shadow, in joy, in disappointment,
in success, in defeat, we, the Girl Reserves of America, follow the Gleam.
If once we fall, we rise to face the lighetg if once we fail, we fight again to
wing we :cannot 'be lonely-'We stand together. From North to farthest
South, fnom East to distamt West, ours is the surest Quest. We know the
One we follow." -
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FUTURE FARMERS OF AMERICA
Junior Bail, Jenkins King, John Shelton, Wallace Cox,
Paul Hill, Pearl Dooley, Lewis Legs, Ross Morgan,
Eugene Hill, Joe Paul Bail.
Vernon O'Dell, Samuel Sapp, William McQueen, Hylbert
Sticklor, Eugene Bailes, Virgil Groves, Waitman Bailes,
James Kuntz, Dana Carte.
Olin McClung, J. W. McC1ung, Phillip Morris, Fred Mulle
Allen Scott, Roy Groves, Ennis Bailes, Glen Bailes,
Glen Ramsey, William Hughes.
Robert Amick, Mr. Lytle, Douglas Arbaugh, Dyer Stanard.
The Nieholap County Chapter or Future Farmers of America. present
gvressive group ot Nicholas County farm boys,-with die exception of two
We have an enrollment of witty-nine boys this year who are proud to
ehipot150,000boya. b '
Our small group is attempting to observe and hollow our -organization
Doing to earn
ltmlng -to live
Living to serve.
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Manager, Robert Thomas, Henry Pitzenberger,
Buster McMill1on, Brooks Bailey, Herbert
Miller, Manager, Paul Hill, Coach Porterfield
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Last spring found ten letter men g1adsuatlng, eight of these .were regu-
lars. The outlook for a. suocessful year for 1987 was an but bright
with only five letter men left: Charles Laughary, Joe Hughes, uster Mc-
Mllllon, Arnette Dorsey, and Charles Simms. ,
The season of "M" opened on September 18, when the Grizzlies journ-
eyed to Cowen to see if we could break a three year losing streak, but as
Nicholas had seven men in her starting lineup who were playing their first
game, it was the same old story, a good experlenced team against a good
On the next Friday the Ralnelle Rangers came to The Grizzlies back
yard to do battle. The Rangers were a good, heavy, experienced team, but
Nicholas held them so olose that they had to take to the air to ROTC.
After a week's rest the Grizzlies journeyed to Aldersown to see what we
could do to the Greenbrier men. Nicholas just oouldn't get going even af-
ter Daughary gralbbed a blocked pass and cnossed the goal line for the
Grizzlle one and only touchdown.
The next week Webster Springs found themselves in a nest of
thoroughly aroused Gfrlzzlles who pushed the Wildcats all over the field for
a. victory of 19 to 0.
Ansted came next to pay a. visit but the Grizzlies were fresh from -their
victory and Ansted left on the short end.
After another week of rest the Grizzlies went to Sutton. Sutton had a
very excellent team this year and Nicholas was one of the three teams that
was able to score on them.
By this time the local boys had their dander up and the following week
took Gassaway over, This marked the first sxppearanaoe of an entire second
team upon a. local gridiron,
The next week brought up the big game of the season, the Richwood
game, but the old jlnx coupled with influenza was too much for the Grlz-
zlies. ,This marked the final appearance Of five boys who have played their
last football for "old Nicholasnz Charles Lauglhary, Joe Hughes, George
Embree, and Charles Simms.
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Beet Athlete Charles mugziery
Best Looking Glllton Murphy
Sissiest Boy Heston McMillio1n
Most Studious Cecil Simms
Best Liked Charles Lamlghary
Most Dependable ' Meredith Dodfrill
Biggest Flirt Jack Wlood
Smart Aleck .Toe Hughes
Permanent Fixture B111 Pugh
Biggest Feet Bob M3caMi11lon
Iaaziest Bill Pugh
Neatest Henry Pltzenfberger
Nuisance Stewart King
Teache'r's Pet Herbert F0-ekler
Baldy Slayer Bob MoM?l1lion
Outeet Joe Paul Bail
Most Baahful Hemnan Goose
Class Blustfer Dana Carte
Meet Original Meredith mann
Wlttlest Dermis Milam
Moet Ponte Dem Meouteneen
Mary Alice Perkins
Betty Jo Alderson
Mary Alice Perkins
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Hinton, W. Va.
Photographer for the class of 1938
NICHOLAS COUNTY BANK
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The Nicholas Chronicle
Our job is Your Printing
With best wishes
Charleston Cut Flower Co
1 9 Capitol St.
CHARLESTON, W. VA.
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l.. G. Balfour Company
Class Rings and Pins
Cups, Medals, Trophies
Jeweler to the Senior and Junior Classes
of Nicholas County High School
C. JOSEPH RICHARDSON
Sistersville, W. Va.
The Gulf Sign
welcomes you to
Twin Churches Service Station
Junction '15-'IQ Hoolcersville, W. Va.
BOBBY 84 CELIA DUFFY
to tlwe faculty, pupils, patrons
and especially tlie
Class ol '38
Citizens Grocery Co.
Phone 53 Summersville, W. Va.
Our aim is to find Fresh Meats and
marlret lor the Vegetables
larmer's procluce Flour, Groceries, Feecl
SI'lOp and Save
Phone 4 Summersville, W. Va.
Belrs Billiard Parlor
7: I -i lil in-fl v ' - -1, 1
J. O. McQUEEN
MIDGET LUNCH ROOM
N. L. FAHRENZ, Prop.
SUMMERSVILLE, W. VA.
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SIMONS-BELL FUNERAL HOME
Day and Night Ambulance Service
Phone Summersville 57
F. H. BROWN, M. D.
WALKER STORE CO.
Make this store your store
Phone 51 Summersville
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GROVES COMPANY DEPARTMENT STORE
Better Goods Better Prices
SUMMERSVILLE. W. VA.
THE CASE STORE
Make this your store
We Specialise in Friedman and Shelby Shoes
F1 TZ WA TER, GARAGE
Calvin, W. Va.
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G. H. PERKINS
"CASH AND CARRY STORE"
CALVIN, W. VA.
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The Big Hardware
HEROLD 8. HEROLD
Hardware and Furniture
Farm Seeds, Farming Tools and Building Material
SUMMERSVILLE, W. VA.
RICHWOOD NEWS COMPANY
Papers, Magazines and Confections
RICHWOOD, W. VA. Phone 110
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DEITZ-SPENCER 8: COMPANY
Qutfitters for the whole family
STDRFS AT RlCHWO0D AND WEBSTER SPRINGS, W. VA.
"good goods at reasonable prices"
Main Street Service Station
"That Good Gulf Gasoline"
26 E. Main Street Ricluwoocl, W. Va.
RICH WOOD STORE CO.
Swiss, W. Va.
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Breclcstein Department Store
Riclmwood, W. Va.
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Morris Chevrolet Company
13 Years of Perfect Service
SUMMERSVILLE, W. VA.
ROSE BEAUTY SHOP
Keystone Service Station
W hen in Richfwood Buy Your Gas Here
20 Gallons of Gas given away each Saturday
OAKF ORD HOTEL
RUTH BURGRESS, Prop
PEGGY O'NElL, Mg.-. ' RICHWCOD' W- VA
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SUMMERSVILLE, W. VA.
We measure our success by the satisfaction
of patrons rather than by the value of our
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