North Cove High School - Conasoga Yearbook (North Cove, NC)

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noRTH cove ccho 1940-41 N C REF 371.8 NCOVE 1S41 tl rttftoW h ty. 4 Sfa ttysAp r fa QraciousCy Donated 6y Margaret TCankenskij) and Tat Mar Cow e In memory of SteCCa date Mar Cow e (from Her private coCCection) : Sr frig 1 ' • • - 4 u iSfltrotn taifisifipMr a ?|gSW3?j t5s HP : !B.iLVi»ga w»amKBua:sft »i.; i»aMci!gacK3m ' i:u;taa 4K.-w» McDowell County Public Library 90 West Court Street Marion, NC 28752 r nrrTTtf mm jjjggfe f§®gP ail kT lTus:? lip THE STAFF Editor in Chief ' ---Bill English Assistant Editor---Billy Brown Activity Editor------James Lonon Business Manager-------Marion Good Class Editors-Charlene Doby,Julia King English Secretary---— ---Pansy Wiseman Faculty Advisor --—--Miss Anderson fekSlrrMpOl- ' ailP-fii w| SFrom an original ftrljtng of 3lugltrr. 2Clng of tlje (lobs 111 step « J 7R .3.0 .WILSON Prinoioa1-Mat h-3ocia1 be i nc e. A.3.University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, N.C. 7R.J . .TYL R 7ath-History• A .3. University of Defiver, Denver,Colo. 7R.F.C .303T Sc ience-Fngiish-Coacgu State T eachers Appalac hi an College, Boone, N.- 71 S3 RU r 3FLLF A TOT R 3(5N Fngliih-French-Oirls Co ch. A .3 .Lenoir-Rhyne College, Hickory, N.C. w $m Blth aataSIg S lteS -lif ■Ta ' 4‘if. ; r:sJT.-r.-SH?li;UiHr ' TitamS: McMAIiAN Seventh College A. B. Winthrop Winthrop, S ETHEL B. WATERS ixth Grade College A. B. Limeston South Carolin Boone Carolina M. GRANT mm ' ir-fAiiSz Fifth Charlotte, North Carolina Lenoir-Rhyne College Carolin North Hickory HSNNESSEE LOCKY MISS Fourth Asheville Normal North Carolina Asheville Boone, N Cullowhee M; I isn-nwaaiiiaiwciiasaisi ' t - | saggjssgiE ■ ' • ; . ; . S5 ’ slr«S2? r iS v; ilS • i. --..._ _ r.i!:aarj«n- i...-.-—— J;uy.-r jmi -• fcjsisi fei ' jir Rip MMMHHBBBMHHMnvil : - 1 Ti! BjH: -;}yd?: : j-- MISS STELLA TATE Third Grade S. Appalachian State Teacher ' s College, Boone, North Carolina MRS. GRACE 1,1. STEPPE Second Grade A. B. Davenport College, Lenoir, North Carolina A. S. T, C , Boone, North Carolina MRS. LAURA H. BROWN First Grade B. S, Asheville Normal, Asheville, North Carolina MISS HARRIET WILSON First Grade B S..Asheville Normal, Asheville, North Carolina A, S, -T, C., Boone, North Carolina 3Frmh original firming of Aurora. (Sobbraa of H 7 P Baum makion good w Praric H President Senior Class Business Mgr. Echo Basket Ball Soft Ball Dramatics, Debating WAYNE LONON " Brer Frisky” Vice Pros. Senior Class - n skct Ball c-a Dramatics Glee Club, 4-H Club JAIffiS LONON Secretary Senior Class Basket Ball Soft ball Dr curia tics nm SCjSsi ' aijM .iHSS ' ic feHtegES a!}53fe ' Riat.t.»t-! tgja«:!iaf.ia JHaHoLLll ' — - r- BILLY BROWN mis: Valedictorian Debating Dramatics JAMES BROWN Runt %sS Glee Club CLIFTON DENNIE Soft-ball BILL ENGLISH Editor of Echo 4 H Club Dramatics Soft-ball Basket-ball IMS .sKittro wsa iau ;Xfl J I r, ?!£ijr. ;r. i v. rx, Jf.i: wamm ■ vritTriU: . ' ' -: imm ■ ' ;n;j mmgmsssBB Z - iLHBffil :H‘giitarmy ji i i»Wi : Tl;4 . ‘ir . i -nr7 : ' ' ' ' t--i-- . •••■ Urn’ll BUFORD FRANKLIN Hufford” 4 H Club Soft-ball Dramatic MARJORIE HOPPER Glee Club 4 H Club Basket-ball RUBY SUMLIN Glee Club ball Soft-b HARRISON WILLIAMS Soft-ball Dramatics Glee Club mm ym mmm n$ ®8?$rhk $mmm ifbtig5itt rs£ ikzta ' i ii«yjOTa " isunBmsBK; etiCiirunr ’- fmmmWm iftfSlilBliiSi i£-ip»p mim piPlifi S HMp •arassrete-aanss mm a«iariM7 ; »i»infaiii iiayg; SENIOR SUPERLATIVES Best all-round girl----------Pansy Wiseman Best all-round boy---------------—•--—•James Lon on Most popular girl— -------Iva Yoakum Most popular boy - — — —--—-•—--—--Marion Good Most athletic girl----—--Ruby Sumlin Most athletic boy-—----James Brown Most talented girl- ---Hazel Wiseman Most talented boy---James Lonon Prettiest girl-■------Pansy Wiseman Best looking hoy-Harrison Williams Friendliest girl--- -Marjorie Hoppes Friendliest boy--------Wayne Lonon Most intelligent girl--‘Ruby Sumlin Most intelligent boy---Billy Bro wn Most influential- -Clifton Bennie Most original-.- ' Buford Franklin Most bashful------Bill English Most dependable- - ' --Billy Brown Most courteous girl--Pansy Wiseman Most courteous boy-Bill English Cutest girl-Marjorie Hoppes Cutest boy-Wayne Lonon Most ambitious girl-Iva Yoakum Most ambitious boy-Marion Good Noisiest girl-Hazel Wiseman Noisiest boy-Buford Franklin Neatest-----James Brown Most likely to succeed-Harrison Williams Most conceited girl---Iva Yoakum Most conceited boy-Wayne Lonon Bn ■Hr -3Egggj -iR M Glancing down through the dark corridors of time, I see before me many strange and wondrous events But the most noteworthy of these events occurred one beautiful September morning in 1936 when the class walked up the gangplank of the good ship ”1941”, for a voyage on the sea of Learning, More than twenty- five passengers gathered at North Cove High School to begin this voyage. As a whole we were very inex¬ perienced sailors, but under the capable leadership of Captain Tames Lonon, and the special care of our beloved teacher, Mr, Tyler, the first part of cruise was completed with success. our On the second lap of our journey we were known as Sophomores, For this part of the cruise we chose one of our most efficient seamen, Bill Brown,to guide us. By now the sailors had gained confidence and experi¬ ence and were beginning to accomplish many Many of us were well known in the ports letics, Scholarship, and Achievement, things, of Ath- Then the ship turned into the third part of the journey, and the passengers became known as Juniors, For this expedition Gladys Lonon was selected to pilot us. We began to put away our childish ways and look to greater horizons. The highlight of our social activities was the Junior-Senior Banquet at which we wore hosts. We visited many ports, always adding to our store of knowledge. At last we come to the last part of our .cruise. For this greatest voyage we chose an experienced and trustworthy leader, Morion Good, Each person on board rejoiced as he saw ahead of him a port he had been endeavoring to reach for four years; that of Wisdom, But before we leave the good old ship of ”1941” we are planning to present our Senior play " False Fronts”, which promises to bo the greatest dramatic success in the history of the school. During those four years we have encountered many storms, but we have learned the true meaning of co- poration and friendship. Wo are now in sight of our long sought goal, and wc feel that we will be able to anchor the weather-beaten, but sturdy ship safely in¬ to port. Historian-Harrison Williams, JUNIOR • ' gnes Lover i_-or r : ' e Evelyn CjX Varie Olli Simmons, M Biddlx, Ir Millie Bid: " if: nnry oris nds 3a r lan : ic- McCall, : 3 T offord wi ’S»S»:«KfH:fe 5 ; ■ SOPHOmORCS £ -- _ _ _ - - — ' .c, 5 , riri :. ' SCPHOMCTiE vrort i - . Biilir " Vj. 1113 XS Vernif H; 1 i ss i?w DenaId oad C‘tt» ' rro£3 rrt Eyrd F i ga_ YcKinnev •1 Bat r .Vl? ■• ” TT - 5 ' »• r «• i. 1 uC ' . r E ' b d y Csi’PtTi” ay T . r, .. 1 ae Plttaai; 1 A ’ v -i - xaTtnfn;.r|j{i4«srjjj —-1 ■%mm 2 el . I i llPli s ’asaigcaatS;® JKt " 5 • r%5?l .f3T3 H SiiSiiBKiffilffiii axgaag ifffiHSMaagRywv ISTVINTH -■- . ...;; .,-; -• -:. i; - ' ■ - ■ ' i lliiiaiiaili vr mmm PI fes fin Louise ■Doris yirst row: left to right: Tvelyn Cox, Bristol Sddie Mae Simmons, Jlodys Burnette, Anderson 7 ’ Second row: Jewell ft cBee, Bessie Byrd, Vorit OlliS; WiHie Biddi r, Irene 3 w offord T yby 3unlln Vauline Biddlx, Seme ▼isemari Myrtle Dittmar, Back row: Mies Anderson, Coach The girl ■ te m has done e 0 j.f outstanding playing; although they have Won only one game during the 1941 season, Tillie Biddix, center fowerd. Was selected ea one of the ten outstanding players ci t c ecurrl| tournament, ubv Bumlln and Eddie AVae 35 r. r " ■ r.3 were given honorable :er:tio it - ;Sffi}!ia3S55(rt ;i=i ■ . IMMOn HtiWMt •;•’ • ■. ‘ . - ' ' . ■■:■: ' am.-at.vmn; BOYS B S3riTB U jo nal. ' l arpente |i SSStU Sta nd1 Lonon, •James 13 ill ' Sing 11 1 8rion ' Joo.i 3 15 Lonon, Harrison Yr. Y.C, R et, iiiaiBIlallHi fapstt: HM !£ffe£lpi«gap pjyijifigfpp egniHH i isss.4,4 mm sppapsiji fe 53 j{l£- 3 Eii« 3 ; •fng-ggaBsEg aS-: sips ;s 1 KrfwS SI!r £ swij W Rh ;:r; ux ,-rv - rinr HHHi IFrotn an original rising of fcatgr. Srmi-(6o5 of f augljtfr 3?rom att original rtrljing of (Smo, (Soitofoa of Sartij ani omrai 1 - CAlftfM- i TT lufi T s STtKOOlUm TELE6RAPHCR 6ANAEA , ' CCHlAT ' reporter manager private secretary The School that places Students ‘ CH1LLICOTHE BUSINESS COLLEGE CHILLICOTHE, MO. . . | MARION THEATRE R. L. JAMES SON ;I Motion Pictures Are ;! Your Best Entertainment Manuacturers HOSIERY FOR MEN j ;! Marion, N. C. Marion, North Carolina I ■i IDEAL DRY CLEANERS ;■ 139 W. Henderson St. ECONOMY AUTO SUPPLY j Goodrich Tires and | 5 Cleaning — Pressing f Alterations Batteries — Auto Accessories ! and Parts [ jj Phone 115 Marion, N. C. Phone 16 Marion, N. C. ! ; CRAWFORD F. JAMES 0. K. SERVICE STATION l Holland and Simmons jj Gulf Products !; j Marion, N. C. Marion, N. C. I; Compliments £ BEAMAN LUMBER ? COMPANY t ; CLINCH FIELD MFG. CO. Quality Building Materials J ; Marion, N. C. Phone 4Y Marion, N. C. £ AVV VVVV V .V %W.VW. , AWV.V,V.V.V.%WA%W .V.VWA , . V. V V . , .V.Y.V. I MERCURY 8 the McDowell motor co. W. S. Shiflet, Owner Marion, North Carolina I Cheerfully Give This Space To You Members of the North Cove High School Class of 1941 To Assist You in This Your First Annual CLIFTON R. McCALL McCALL’S FUNERAL HOME Marion, N. C. BALLEW MOTOR COMPANY, INC. East Court Street Phone 225 Sales and Service Top and Body Work Marion, N. C. BOOSTERS UP-TO-DATE SHOE REPAIRING, Laughridge Shoe Shop, Main St.; Shoe Hospital, Court St., Marion, N. C. NC REF 371.8 NCOVE 1941 North Cove high 3chool North Cove, NC 37810435443907 FEB 2 o 2018 v ' ■k ' McDowell County Public Library 90 West Court Street Marion, NC 28752


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