North Carolina State School for the Blind - Astron Yearbook (Raleigh, NC)

 - Class of 1958

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" Y a X Editor FOY FLOWERS Photographer 1' I . 1 MAY BELLE CANADY Assistant Editor From the Staff of THE REFLECTOR SHELBY SMITH Business Manager F OREWORD To the Owner: May these words and photographs recall dear friends and pleasant memories while at your Alma Mater. May it bring you happy nostalgia. God bless you. Betty Kleinert, Editor BETTY KLEINERT MRS. RACHEL RAWLS Sponsor TOMMY THOMPSON NANCY REYNOLDS ww. i X, -fwifzjf. L't':iw1+1ef'xf' " fy .-16 MQ f -vb -- ,, .bf J fi, ,p1Mfg,,,f.,, , , A .rm? mii1fQ I-g ia 51 aww f- . L. J 1: KN?-ilsff '-J-vx..21'W"3 mgnwdg 4-,.g,,Q,4igmyfe,4,kw 14, X, ,sf1,f,Wk,. W, .H4?Q2WQ0a',,sif'QQA,4xf2x72M, ,,w,:w- 'W-. N fQ,,W,wvm X , " fi Q " Rf' f 0, -ea wx .fm 5. ,m,,wg,,. , ,.,w N .gd Q - -' X J Y .gf am V L F' - AUKJYDWH Mr. Egbert N. Peeler THE SUPERlNTENDENT'S OFFICE ! 'W' " . 'v ',' xi' so-,."4:w:': .11 . A EN Mrs. Hazeline Whitley, Secretary-Registrarg Miss Frances Massey, Bookkeeperg Mrs. Anabelle Creech, Stenographer. Not pictured: Mrs. Jackie Caviness, Stenographer. Superintendent THE PRINCIPAL'S OFFICE MI Ra h IF Ra ls s. c e . w Q e ' Psychologist - Counselor , A, ,A A Mrs. oriua Pratt W ' , vs '. A , 5, Secretary - Head sag" iff? Commercial Department THE HoUsEKEEP1NG , A y DEPARTMENT L Mr, Eugene Nersoni S A Recreation Director MI' T' Ef mug h Principal li THE HOUSEMOTHERS 4 Yi: fl alanr w -?1'+-4"s-'tw - 'l l ...t ' , , M A r, Mrs. Mabel Rogers T X ' 1, Dietitian ' , "' Not pictured: ' U Mrs. Mary A. Black Head I-Iousemother i k, ' s .. f ' -If F Aim Mrs. Hattie Straughan, Fisherg Mrs. Ina Norment, Griffing Mrs. Rosa Permenter, Sirnpsong Mrs. Maggie Harrelson, Cox. .l Mrs. Maude johnson, K, Miss Emelene Rice, Brailleg Mrs. Lila Cannon, Supplyg Mrs. Mary Harrington, Practical Nurse. Not shown: INFIRMARY: Mrs. Margaret Moore, RN HOUSEMOTHERS: 1 Mrs. Berta Fine, Cooke .- X Mrs. Ada Powell, Cottage K. MUSIC, VOCATIONAL AND PHYSICAL EDUCATION TEACHERS LIBRARIAN Mrs. Ada Lee Yelverton Librarian 3:35 - ff , - Iigxy sygf V4 I 5, ff , Vfrgffsai ...sf Y 'S , P - :lu f I ' af Z' ' I A A-rr fir I Q.. gi, Q ' wi f' yy: ifffi f, " 4' r 7 ra I' ffffxgs I ,jx , Q I! Industrial Arts. Lineberry Hall fClass Buildingj and Gymnasium Mrs. Marcelle Navey, Arts and Craftsg Mr. Herbert Stowe, Chair Caningg Mr. Lonnie Spears, Mattress Making, Mr. Eugene Anthony, I .er 1 45,1 Q N-. Mrs. Bulow McCready Physical Education - Librar DisP Y I Mattress Machmety Souveiirs by Miss Currin. Not shown: Mrs. Mildred Jackson Commercial Teacher A .Q J. V Q. r V x. r 1 1, A .. Miss Mary W. Davis, Music Department Head and Voice Teacherg Mr. Wallace Grieves, Violi.n and Orchestra, Mrs. Elizabeth Ashcraft, Pianog Mrs. Elfreda Johnson, Piano, Mrs. Nancy Welfare, Piano, Mr. Delton Creech, Tuning and Winds. Piano Student Practicing Class Field Trip -is E, 1 DEDICATION MR. T. E. STOUGH, Ollll Principal To one who in the minds of all of us symbolizes the highest moral and academic standards of our school, to -Q-Q-,,,, one whose helpfulness, understanding, and generosity, furthering our pleas- ures, encouraging our self betterment, tolerant of our failings even when correcting them, we dedicate this an- nual in behalf of the student body. To Mr. Luke Allen: We express our appreciation not only for providing us with physical surroundings that are always as comfortable as care can make them, but more especially for the kindness and concern shown to groups and to indi- viduals, expending his time and energy far beyond his work day for our pleasures. Thank you. w 1 1 I 'ffifi-255' ax . ' f L , Wiki:-is , nfqx AVLSN QM: Q w iyxf 1454 .ywm "--'ggapx 'z ' ,-.,, Y ' M ' "1 QEFF' X w x X W 21 ye V - -1 iii ., . 'sg f ff ,N fm . 1 , ,W ., wry- M , -if yi-Q NQFQ, ..'.A7i'f?f15' all 77 ' 'mf iw ,Siam 'Cliff ffmwz,-:QQ r a.1,,:f1'Mf11f X " 4 ag- 65.513, '33 Jzyzzq in 4 vfwcrwxm v-.1 if l, X- wmxw'-fm-7,411 f? Maw 21 ms. gg, 5 fe , Lfew Ns e' :,i11,ffff fi Q ,4f,4!f9,Hv' giwl cf, ,f fag . ' M X ,L 5 ,QQIQZM IA MES TERRENCE CARNEY I was born in the year 1938 - Nov- ember 29. My home town then as now is Wilmington, N. C. Iwas nearly seven when starting school in Wilmington at Fosterhills School and then, after three years there, transferred to Sunset Park School. I left this last school at Christmas while still in the fourth grade. It was the year 1948 when I came here to be placed in the Irregular Grade. I have now at the close of this school year been attending school at the State School for the Blind for nine and one half years. Nicknames: "Corney, " "Freuchman, " "Proffesseur" OFFICES HELD AT SCHOOL: Eighth Grade Representative, Treasurer, Secretary, Senior Representative of the Student Co-Operative Association, Editor 119571 THE REFLECTOR, Student Editor 119583 THE DOGWOOD JOURNAL. OTHER ACTIVITIES: Chorus, Wrestling, Track, Vesper Committee, SALUTATORIAN. TYPE OF WIFE DESIRED: Educated, understanding, loving. BILLY CHARLES MA SSEY I was born in Martinsville, Va. , November 24, 1936. Later I moved to Reidsville and there I entered school. Later when I moved to Lexington, I attended the Junior High School there before I was blinded in a shot gun accident. In 1954 I entered the School for the Blind which Ihave attended since. My home town now is Raleigh since my family moved here. Nicknames: "Fran, " "Nick" OFFICES HELD: Representative, eleventh grade, Student Cooperative Association, Vice President Senior Class. OTHER ACTIVITIES: VALEDICTORIAN, Orchestra, Vesper Committee, String band. TYPE OF WIFE DESIRED: Serious minded and devoted to making a good home life and a family. JOI-INNIE WILLIAM PARKS My birthday is December 21, 1937. My hometown is Winston-Salem where I was born. My first school experience was at Griffith School. Later I attended Fairview School, and finally was placed in the Sight Saving Class at Granville School before entering the School for the Blind in 1947. I have been in school here for ten years. Nicknames: "Sparks" OFFICES HELD: Tenth grade repre- sentative, and President, Student Cooperative Association. OTHER ACTIVITIES: Chorus, Track. TYPE OF WIFE DESIRED: Loving and understanding. LESLIE HAROLD WATSON My birthday is March 22, born 1936 My hometown is Deep Gap near Boone, North Carolina. My school experience has all been at the School for the Blind which I entered when I was ten years old, and where I have been since then. Nicknames: "Red," "Snake, " "Moose" - Preferred. OFFICES HELD: Vice President Student Cooperative Association, President, Senior Class. OTHER ACTIVITIES: Vesper C0111- mittee, Bowling. TYPE OF WIFE DESIRED: Gentle but fun loving type. ,pf MRS. MYRTLE DANIELS English Teacher Senior Advisor Senior Mascot SANDRA NANCE , If , 'hh 15-rf' , I ,w K x if 1 ' 4, x, 4' 1 9 ' !j..,r gg. , ff Q A day among the Seniors. me e 4 . A. ,JL -q 5 E ! 1 1 1 1 4 g f gl' 'ig '58 I lx-' N5 sg, ,W in sr A 1 2 Q? R ,gi '5 ,--1 ,. f z 5 if 'Q ' N, , V ,,,, Q, iff -5' Q xv ss. 1 - N -.3?,gQig :w fMSff,ffZX ., in QW, ' if f .. '- - 'MV - 59' .Q,Lg.f,,, fi if if ' , J, , ,.,X ,, ,0 ,, f"" ' '3"jZ13S1gf W f , . Mi-fi: M314 .fi wi' . ' ' ' K 1 ff f' V, 4 f -f wrif 2 ffzaw 2: x 1392 . X vw.::sk!sM.1gAf anigaf f X 'TN' -'- .fp f ' rf . N A K 14 Q, gr 'Y 's ? giwif may fffiv-' , 1- ' Q ",, .if Wag 35, 42 2 X , , f fa 5 -A V 2-"gi" , ,'lQ:f'4 if L 5, 55? FANNIE TYNDALL THE JUNIORS ROLAND BRANTLEY MAY BELLE CANNADY BETTY KLEINERT IRBY NELSON Teacher MRS. MYRTLE DANIELS Studying? THE SOPHOMORES Miss Lucy Gilmore Teacher Jane Ellen Batten Wallace Brame Betty Branch Mary Ann Byrd Eugene Chandler Tucker Currie William Gupton Patricia Howard Griffin Johnson Benny King Joanne Parnell Carolyn Scott Shelby Sm ith Wanda Young 2 'N' X ?2LAv' f A ', , 7 Q -1 ,Q 1154: ffl -SZJJ ' gait ff " awk! 'fwf 1 Q .m,,.,f f. W . .4 ,fd Q Lf 2: Z ,xii ' 1. . Q26 Wx 2 Q ,,, , , X. 2931: W Q Q Q'-SVN ,Gm , A., .45 , W, , Ngpwwjw Q- ? X :S 'M QU , v f f Q ax W , GRADE NINE Mrs. Zelian Helms, Teacher Joyce Cook LaVern Cheek Foy Flowers Dorothy Gainous Belveia Manor Barbara Taylor Tommy Thompson iq-'Y' A if W, efiigi-1.4 . NM ,N V,,l ..,,'1 X :VVZ-'A' 'U YXKQK - '11 . , gan- ,f V 5521:21-f"W"'fk'1f'f1?N 4 4 L4 f, 'ww N ,J ik -S., ., - 'W' A' j2'f'f5ff gm , - - fi , L , f i XXX - 5 -,ygg,,mQn??,Wg 19 :H f: 5f,w.5 i, zizfgifsbff 1.41 : ajfffm Q Q,.+mXR.9 - 'bw . 'L'-'mvxgf-Nea fs' H- ,QR Mem, w 'w,.,'5,.,.vf:,x,:.,,. 5 New ,-,MgZgf'S,3pw4gg'g N4 iiwf xi?-ik, , ,:',fgfN,, ,'!a,g,4 l- E,'.951 1223 'W ' .,' f 'Qfxmggff sp A WSHLWV ,J .43 f'Q5g54wz Q, i f -35" 4 :C A f ha WJ, K- -A.. . ., AS- w x H A I r fwgw 'Y fi u Y' ,, 4 4, Legg 5 +I NK wffx Jlpyyigik W5 : fgkx 4 THE EIGHTH GRADE Mr. Thurman Perkins Teacher Larry Atwell "Jody" Bolton Robert Boone William Driver Hazel Foster Stella Hall Max Kennedy Walter Lackey Ronald Millsaps Dene McGuire Virginia Prescott Geraldine Stallings A 'K "F" WT"5""5Q B L 'QI ., cv? Cui- 1'-.4-v I 'V l . "7 , -6- ' L U' I ' 'N D' M , . - N . . Q-4-V , -es' Mrs. Betty THE SEVENTH GRADES Ars , Purser -'fx " Teacher W. Allison S. Atkins J. Byrum D, Cook B. Davis f ,, , ll' -1 ,I 'ff .jf , Y 15- . N 'S ' . 9 1. -5 -- Q rg, 4- - .AV 65. . ?' KJ Y, A sr. HAL 7'-T ' I-Li tt ' - r. I. Fann J. Garner S. Hastings D. 21 L. Kendrick ' N I Y fi' 1- 'gh 1: 'fs' Q x K K D x rg ffm t 4,4 X -1+ L Ii Mrs. Margaret I, fx 1 1 J 'B a Q, Schiffer 1 .Aj r lm is Teacher M. Mahaffey, L. McCreary, A. Richardson, J. Roberts, S. Smith, M. Yarborough .af 1. 4 rl, l T, Q 'r 14 ! ! 4 VL A 1 X,,.YN2.tse K , "' THE SIXTH GRADE ,K ,I K,,A,A I A ' Mrs. Laurie Goetze X3 A? . G ' Teacher Q J. Allen gf H S. Bean Q r , r , B J. Hall gin Ii i" D. Hampton wi? :pax rr: ' L- King K' A M. Morgan L giw 'K E. Rhodes W X' R. Spears V ip fa, 1 I ,Q ii an TQ., I' WI 9 1 P. Starnes f lbv A -, jf- M , Xi L J. Watson y y -'W ' My M Y :LX X- ' R. Wynes ,sm A I ' Q Axe A et GRADE Mrs. Dora Grimes I. B. B. B. D. D. S. T A B. B. Teacher Allen Almond Avery Avery Bright Campbell Hurley Key Luck Patterson Swaney 4 fir wr . an f" '. l . fy V ,4 " 'r +""""" f M A , ' gl as W .5 . , X ,Q x 'Bw D-N W.. I - ,. ,. ff :fa ' an . , , y , M ,Q M ' V . . 'V ' NQB L - - . -ff' 'N' W .- .321 . A "fix - lr- X A f V , S 3,.,,w f...... - C3 1 M . . 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West Wood .GRADE Miss Gladys Currin Teacher Faucette Lewis Bryant Leigh l 'Waaw' X J" f " . 1 Mx ,.. gh f ' x L , V fi "1 Q Vvl gm- wr, rv I .5 ,,,, 1' X Q , " ,x 1 , f fwsiff: .mf 4 rrf' an X f:.r,:i a i 2 4 , 2 Q.: Q 6 A lb, A53 -A 4- , jf, r gist :lik ffilffigx E 2" sw -1 ',-9.22, Q '5 .Kf!:?d,3'rUa'11YZ!lrh' Berry Brooks Hall Heath Sykes Tucker rf . , , 1 K. 5 . I 1 L nw. H af. '-f 'S-7 -J" W' 'ff 95. J, fx 1 'Y 'I q 3' 5 f 4. ' .v wh 7 1 an, -Nw , J -N I k 5 A7 Wy, Z 'vw liz? ., " . f ,f if A 4 It xu h x V X V . 'EM Y Q Zag! Qu, 7 .. Q , 1 .gf - Q' , '- Hs W? 'tl 'I .img br 'W ' e I Bmw ' 'V X Z' 2 ' 2 ' I K 1 'X I' f f + Frady McClure Barnhill Brooks Greene Hooks McLamb Midgett Bunn Kennedy White Brown Johnson Spry GRADE T 'P , f x , - f cs' 5? ' I W , . . X .fx K A V' Q iw. ' fa , . 3,5 lf- V avril' 'ffl .1 -M, ',,,f.'.",' """' N ,IN sg, ,W f 1, fi W' If V ' I It t 1' .- A f , ' Va, Wit. 43 fb 5 A it A 4-Wx vw 3' .1 ,gf if "' is 5-' , ' Q. Q G wif A Q 'A ,- .f 1 'W 'W- f ell - r .fi fi rr , , D , , , , ,A . , V . x 2 xl INN:wf""M'9Y V . '+ V XX ,N 5 N ' ' ,W as 3 f 3 V V Q ' A fff A 4 . fu 5 5. K ,,. Y 'W " A ,Q Qs lf W i ! Av' ' usa A. ,, 2 k,f:: :V qpngf ,Nw s W 4 .. . 1 r f , we VW' A. . 31 1, - f ' ' 'f as... , - 13. X y +41 A V, ' .fx N ' X " 7' P - 'Y ' Mafia ik 'sf fi ' " " , 22 ' V 'x Caudle Hendricks Watterson Davenport Davis Duggins Garrison Jacobs McCabe Martin Parrott Whaley Whaley Mrs. Lucille Miss Ida Pearle Hunt Eatmon Teacher Teacher THE KINDERGARTEN Arnold Brinson Dewitt Dorman Fletcher Hall Iler Jacobs Lackey Locklear Peters Rogers Stokes Clark Cox Elms Fann Herring Hobbs J ohnson Kelly Martin Messer Simmons Stallings Sugg Not shown - Irregular Grade: R. Tnompson Kindergarten: Brown, Gibson, Ward Mrs. Christine Benton Miss Agnes Ellis Miss Elizabeth Lennon F H SEQ S-S-S-S-S-S-S- -S-S-S-SPARKLE! Have a Coke! Compliments of YELLCDVV CAE CCD. THE Tel. Z-5811 Oldest and Most Reliable Hillsboro St . Raleigh, N. C. Raleigh, N. C. We Never Sell Seconds or Irregular Merchandise It Pays to Shop at I DE IXI NIEVS in Raleigh's Cameron Village X. gddflf Quad 74nd f c :Q f X l 3.13 u.nE5E,vs 99 51216:-IT 5130-F A Hillsboro Street Z Q Raleigh, N. C. Phone TE 2 7563 CAQOLIIXIA BUILDERS CORPORATION Builders Supplies - Since 1922 RUSSWIN HARDWARE 217 North Dawson Street Raleigh, North Carolina DQCCTOQS MEN'S APPAREL I I R 0 C T O R'S MENS APPAREL runnow llllllbl szAu.n,M.Nc. 'law With the Best in M, Musical Entertainment fl f , 5 Q4 , 211 SU fy? M9509 dl? 1- f t " 1 MUSIC sTo1. ? Cameron Village Raleigh, North Carolina Phone TE-23212 1:l2LJIT STCDQE 601 Hillsboro Street Raleigh, N. C. Open 7:A. M. 'til 11:30 P. M. Re staurant Equipment for Hotels - Restaurants - Cafeterias - Institutions We Wfdwrgwfmefzg-gzeew Glassware - Chinaware - Silverware - Kitchen Utensils N'-EvvToN's INC. LAUNDRY - CLEANERS Fine Things Finely Done Cameron Village - Dial 9695 One to grow on... 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I I I peonu, :eonuh B H X 1 34 . opcorn Sandawiaaes W- P3990 CMP' Am. ..,, , Just Taste the Difference and You'll Agree There's None Better Than 'S 8: P' FOOD PRODUCTS 13233 342263333 Charlotte, N. C. .f. fi Elsie Says: , I '- "lf It's Bordens .V f It's Got to Be Good axial" ix H s" T- pix .,'p'fTr's::: 'ffl' 32' ' Vs. Ts ' 'o1?f , 4' ,fiy i C 3'-Tl N-ff" .5 a- g -N: '., M - ' .41 i j: - F.,-f Q - ' ,J X s - ,f,LZ"- 9 q':wu:5If:3Z'r f X- L THE BORDEN COMPANY TO SUIT f YOUR 0 ,ff fir? If You and Your Friends Want a Treat Warlick's ls the Place to Eat in Came ron Village TW? f TASTE vVAI2l.lCK'S f dw.-1 -9 'Q . QA SPONSORS ,W fi, se ,955 I 0 49,7 091,55 1 GN fe Q . 'QQQQOQQ ? ,lf 'goat' 0 o X Wyatt - Quarles Seed Co. 0 A SEEDSMEN GO D seeds - Bulbs - Supplies fb el, Off? CW N00 S35 WS, OC V925 CERAMIC SUPPLIES .0 Q0 no . PKC' P59 'Wo S lg JEEERIES JEWELRY Co. G' 006 INC ' ' IP Q Q . Samflqjvby ' Co OI' C oo' - Of, OM 11, IV P' Sq, C, AN? 'kv 0 0,6- los MARTIN MILLWCRK ECKERD'S DRUG STORE Q- SL XS Q Pv -5065, Q09 6093196 wf 95' 4 QF, 3655 I 0 9 QQ' Y10s SV - 0 S' 91" Wil QQ? '05 so fqxgfsbofivs. NEHI BOTTLING COMPANY Q qw' RPZQQX 66 A 6036 Qqjloogi ?S,V QS' N' Q CY' 159 ,,,,,, . .. .I emi "1- Qa- -fff. ,5 sims"-Q, N ' 52vs 4 L .,wAJf.. "tn m WSL? ' N tx-1,'.""ff'ffi Ziwcff ' Rx ufivsiaeweiggif ww 5571 V-71.1 WA SJY AQ X75 Q. if. fix 'Y'-F515 .f warm M32-mm WV fQQwv0:n'Y, wriwr X - M 1 X: -x ' 5121: 12555 " ' WW, , A , President Johnny Parks A THE STUDENT COOPERATIVE ASSOCIATION The Student Cooperative Association, our Student Government, includes all stu- dents in the eighth grade and high school. Through the elected officers and representa- tives much that is done to improve the school is done. THE REFLECTOR is one of the products of the energy and imagination of this group and through the years, many other activities of benefit to us all have been and will be initiated. THE STUDENT COUNCIL Advisor Miss Frances Massey K M W Fannie Tyndall Jo Anne Parnell Barbara Taylor Tommy Thompson Vice President Secretary Treasurer S6IgC3HI"3I'AI1T1S Classroom Representatives: Terry Carney, Seniorsg May Belle Carinady, Juniorsg Caro- lyn Scott, Sophomoresg Foy Flowers, Freshmeng and Walter Lackey, Eighth Grade. THE VESPER COMMITTEE - This Committee is responsible for all campus Vesper Pro- grams - a hard working group. Miss Elizabeth Lennon Advisor Chairman King Leslie Watson Flowers Canady Yount Massey The music from the chorus directed by Miss Mary W. Davis and the orchestra conducted by Mr. Wallace Grieves and Mr. Delton Creech help to en- rich our lives. Three times each year The Dogwood Journal is sent to the parents with a bit of work from each grade. Rfwx Jigga! ii QQ-If TERRY CARNEY Student Editor WIN? FACULTY Mrs Grimes Mrs Lewis Mrs The Brownies led by Miss Ellis and Miss Lennon. 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