North Cove High School - Conasoga Yearbook (North Cove, NC)
- Class of 1955
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F S 1 s ' TO WW 1 v III M f •.. V ' ' - - V v --. ; y 3J3M sr % SSI 1 iff t rn - Tuamf Aifchfn fhfc mif i ' i . i v nil] infill « n tjffcin iiiiirmtni v - , A ' -- j ' --» J X ' i iifcmi CONASOGA QraciousCy donated (By (Patty HoCCifieCd McDowell County Pu6tk Li6rary 90 W. Court St., Marion, %C 28752 1933 Gonasooa CPresen ecf 6y uf£e yin n u af cS rc OCor A Gove Tfij i Sc ioof Cor A Goue, Cor A Carolina MCDOWELL COUNTY PUBLIC UBRA? V on WEST COURT STREiT marion, nc mm O Cor A Gooe Sc iool In the shadows of the mountains Under skies so blue Stands our dear old North Cove High School Glorious to view Sound the chorus, speed it onward; Thee we ' ll never fail! Hail to thee, our North Cove High School Hail to thee, All Hail! In thy halls we formed our friendships Dear old high school home And to thee we pledge our hearts, Wherever we may roam Sound the chorus, speed it onward; Thee we ' ll never fail! Hail to thee, our North Cove High School Hail to thee, All Hail! Qec ication To our beloved principal and to our under- standing teachers who have worked willingly and unceasingly to encourage and guide us, and have given themselves for the improve- ment of our school, we dedicate this edition of the CONASOGA to you James E. Johnson Sue T. Glovier Editor -------- Assistant Editor — - Faculty Advisor - - - Business Manager - - Copy Editor - - - - - Art Editor Photography Manager Sports Editor - - - - - Advertising Manager Treasurer - Subscription Manager ALICE FA YE WILLIAMS JIMMY WRIGHT SUE T. GLOVIER GORDON HENSLEY - - JOANNE HARRISON - - HERMAN WILLIAMS JEAN LETELLIER ROD BROWN PEGGY LONON MARY LOU CARPENTER SHIRLEY ROSS JAMES E. JOHNSON Principal East Tennessee State Teachers College, B. S. Western Carolina Teachers College, M. A. Economics Geography General Science Health Boys ' Coach SUE T. GLOVIER Appalachian State Teachers College, B. S. Home Economics Biology Typing LILLIE MAE DAVES Carson-Newman, B. A. English, History HENRY SEAWELL BROWN Berea College, A.B. University of Illinois, M. S. Physics, Math, Algebra Geometry, Chemistry ILA JUSTINE GOOD Lees-McRae Junior College East Tennessee State Teachers College, B.S. Sixth Grade LELA M. McCALL Appalachian State Teachers College, B.S. Fifth Grade FRANCES HICKS Asheville Teachers College Primary " A " Certificate Second Grade NELLE McBEE Western Carolina Teachers College, B.S. First Grade TED R. BRASWELL, JR. Appalachian State Teachers College, B.S. Eighth Grade Girls ' Coach NORA HENNESSEE Asheville Teachers College, B.E. Post graduate work at the University of Virginia Seventh Grade MARY ELLEN BROWN Appalachian State Teachers College Primary " B " Certificate Fourth Grade LUCILLE LETELLIER Lenior-Rhyne College, A.B. Third Grade Senior Officers President, ROD BROWN; Vice President, GORDON HENSLEY; Secretary-Treasurer, JOANNE HARRISON; Class Reporter, ALICE FA YE WILLIAMS; Annual Reporter, SHIRLEY HARRIS. CLASS COLORS: Blue and White CLASS FLOWER: Blue and White Carnation CLASS MOTTO: " Launched But Not Anchored. " cS uper ahues Most Courteous ALICE FA YE WILLIAMS and GORDON HENSLEY Wittiest SHIRLEY HARRIS and JUNIOR AYERS Friendliest - JOANNE HARRISON and ROD BROWN Most Popular - - - JEAN LETELLIER and GORDON HENSLEY Most Dignified - - MARY LOU CARPENTER and ROY STEWART Most Likely to Succeed PEGGY ANN LONON and ROY STEWART Quietest - NORA BEA HARRIS and ROY STEWART Best Looking JOANNE HARRISON and GORDON HENSLEY Most Studious ALICE FA YE WILLIAMS and ROY STEWART Most Athletic -- ALICE FA YE WILLIAMS and ROD BROWN Best Citizens JANET ELLIOTT and ROD BROWN Best All Around MILDRED HU SKINS and GORDON HENSLEY Most.Conceited JEAN LETELLIER and JOHN WINTERS Most Dependable - JOYCE ANN HOLLIFIELD and ROD BROWN Class Baby JOE SWAFFORD Teacher ' s Pet - JOHN ENGLISH Neatest SHIRLEY ROSS and ROY STEWART Most Considerate - -CATHERINE ROBERTSON Biggest Flirt PANSY HOLLIFIELD and GENE LEONARD Most Talented JEAN LETELLIER and BOB HOLLIFIELD JUNIOR AYERS 4-H Club 1, 2 Bus Driver 3, 4 Junior Play FTA 4 ROD BROWN 4-H Club 1,2,3.4 Junior Play Basketball 2, 3, 4 Baseball 2 Bus Driver 3, 4 Annual Staff 3, 4 President 2, 4 Vice President 1, 3 MARY LOU CARPENTER 4-H Club 1 FHA 2,3, FTA 4 Glee Club 4 School Store 3, 4 Junior Play Junior Marshal Beta Club 4 Annual Staff 4 Basketball 2. 3. 4 Library Club 1 JANET ELLIOTT Glee Club 1, 4 FTA 4 Cheerleader 4 Office Worker 4 JOHN ENGLISH 4-H Club 1,2,3,4 Glee Club 1, 4 Junior Play FTA 4 Basketball 2. 3, 4 Baseball 2 Bus Driver 3, 4 Bus Patrol 3, 4 NORA BEA HARRIS Library Club 1, 2, 3 Basketball 2, 3, 4 FHA 2 FTA 4 Lunchroom Worker 1, 4 1 SHIRLEY HARRIS Class Officer 1 Glee Club 1, 2 FTA Club Officer 4 FHA Club Officer 4 JOANNE HARRISON Basketball 1, 2, 3. 4 Library Club 1, 3 Annual Staff 3, 4 Class Officer 1, 2, 3, FTA President 4 Junior Marshal Beta 4, Secretary Junior Class Play Class Reporter 1, 2 GORDON HENSLEY 4-H Club 1 Junior Play FTA 4 Basketball 3, 4 Bus Patrol 3, 4 Bus Driver 4 President 1, 3 Vice President 2, 4 Annual Staff 3, 4 Glee Club 1, 3 BOB HOLLIFIELD FTA Club 4 Glee Club 4 Class Reporter 3 Cheerleader 3 JOYCE HOLLIFIELD FTA Club Officer 4 Office Worker 4 Glee Club 1, 2, 4 Bus Patrol 2 PANSY HOLLIFIELD FTA Club 4 FHA Club 4 4-H Club 1 MILDRED HUSKINS Librarian 1 Bus Patrol 3, 4 FTA Club Officer 4 FHA Club Officer 4 Lunchroom Worker 1 JEAN LETELLIER Librarian 1, 2, 3 Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4 FHA Club 3 FTA Club 4 Beta Club 4 School Store 3 Cheerleader 3, Chief 4 Annual Staff 3, 4 Junior Play 3 Chief Marshal 3 GENE LEONARD Wallace High 1.2. 3 Basketball 4 Glee Club 4 PEGGY LONON Glee Club 1, 2. 3, Sec. 4 School Store 3, 4 Junior Play Junior Marshal FHA 2. 3. President 2 Bus Patrol Secretary 3, 4 Annual Staff 3, 4 Library Club 1 4-H Club 1 Beta Club 4 FTA Club 4 CATHERINE ROBERTSON 4-H Club 1 Glee Club 1 FHA Club 4 FTA Club 4 SHIRLEY ROSS Lincolnton High 1 FTA 4. FHA 2. 3 Annual Staff 3, 4 Beta Club Treasurer 4 Glee Club 2, 3, 4 School Store 3 Basketball 2, 3, 4 Junior Play Junior Marshal ROY STEWART Blountville 1, 2, 3 Beta 3, 4, President 4 Basketball 4 JOE SWOFFORD FTA 4 Office Worker 4 Junior Play ALICE FA YE WILLIAMS Annual Staff 3. 4 Basketball 1, 3, 4 Captain 3, 4 Library Club 1, 3 Beta 4, Vice President FTA 4, Reporter School Store 3 Junior Marshal Junior Play Class Officer 3, 4 St. Stephens High 2 Bus Patrol 3, 4 JOHN WINTERS Cranberry High 1 Cloudland High 2 JKascois Ila Jeverna Good Paul Lee Huskins V 1 i Joast ancf Ues amen We, the Senior Class of 1955, being of sound mind and body, do hereby bequeath the following: I, Catherine Robertson, do hereby leave my curly hair to Shirley Vance. We, Joe Swafford and Junior Ayers, do hereby leave our ability to get along with classmates and teachers to Jimmy Holtsclaw and Earl Bates. I, Bob Hollifield, do hereby leave my ability to get along with Mrs. Glovier to George Stockton. I, Alice Faye Williams, do hereby leave my school spirit to Peggy Brown, and hope it helps her more than it has me. I, Gene Leonard, do hereby leave my brains to Jimmy Holtsclaw. I, Mildred Huskins, do hereby leave my ability to make people laugh to Margie Harris, and my grades to anyone who will work for them. I, Pansy Hollifield, do hereby leave my ability to write letters to Irene Goode and hope she has more luck than I did. I, Joanne Harrison, do hereby leave my Chemistry book and my sense of humor to Joyce Crisson. I, Shirley Harris, do hereby will my books to any poor soul who wants them. We, Shirley Ross and John English 4 do hereby will our seats in Mrs. Glovier ' s Room to Doris Edwards and Decky Swafford, and hope they enjoy them as much as we did. I, Mary Lou Carpenter, do hereby will my quiet ways and sweet disposition to Patty Lonon, because we all know she can use them. I, Nora Bea Harris, do hereby leave my basketball suit to anyone who can get in it, and I hope it does them more good than it did me. I, Peggy Ann Lonon, do hereby leave to Mrs. Glovier my ability to keep Patty Lonon ' s temper under control. I, Gordon Hensley, do hereby leave my Geometry book to Decky Swafford in hopes that he will get more out of it than I did. I, Joyce Ann Hollifield, do hereby leave my seat on the bus and my depend- ability to Joyce Crisson. I, Jean Letellier, do hereby leave my Physics grades to Silas Letellier. I, Rod Brown, do hereby leave my wavy hair and good looks to Jimmy Wright and hope they help him succeed. I, Roy Stewart, do hereby leave my good grades to Jimmy Holtsclaw and hope they will help him get on the basketball team. I, Janet Elliott, do hereby leave to Virginia Helton my big mouth and hope it doesn ' t bring her as much bad luck as it has me. I, John Winters, do hereby leave to Herman Williams my Physics book with my sympathy. We, the Seniors, leave to the Seniors of 1956 our best wishes for a year of suc- cess. We, the Seniors, do hereby leave to the sophomores the joy of giving a ban- quet to honor the seniors next year. We, the Seniors, do hereby leave to the freshmen a ray of hope that they too, may one day be Seniors. And to our teachers, we do hereby leave peace everlasting. Seriously, we wish to express our gratitude to you for your understanding and patience. Senior Glass On a sunny September morning in 1942 a bunch of shiny faced, scared to death kids marched in, and after some persuasion began to give their names. Seven wee voices whispered: Junioi Ayers, Janet Elliott, Nora Bee Harris, Shirley Harris, Joanne Harrison, Pansy Hollifield, and Catherine Robertson. How those voices have grown! Those kids are the Seniors of 1955. There were more of course, but they have, by chance and misfortune , forsaken us. Painfully we learned our ABC ' s and entered the high first. Here Joe Swafford and Rod Brown joined us. In the second, third, and fourth grades we were joined by Alice Faye Williams, Joyce Ann Hollifield, Mary Lou Carpenter, Gordon Hensley, Mildred H us kins, and Peggy Anne Lonon. On through the fifth and sixth grades, where Jean Letellier joined our ranks. Slowly but surely we made our way through the seventh and eighth grades and finally that big day — High School. Mr. Wilson took us as his home room and guided us through the green year. We elected Gordon Hensley as our class president. As sophomores, we again hid behind Mr. Wilson. This year we had a newcomer, Shirley Ross. We elected Rod Brown as our president for this year. As Juniors we found ourselves in the hands of Mrs. Glovier. We added two new members to our class, Bob Hollifield and John Winters. The main high- lights this year were our Junior-Senior Banquet and ordering our class rings. Yes, we finally made it to the twelfth grade when again Mrs. Glovier is our home room teacher. We added two new members this year, Gene Leonard and Roy Stewart. We elected Rod as class president. We, as Seniors are eager for, but a little afraid of the day we graduate, when we bid each other good-bye and the last page of our high school history is written. jHj ' sioro Jfunior Glass Officers DECKY SWAFFORD Secretary HERMAN WILLIAMS DORIS BYRD Treasurer PEGGY BROWN Re porter -Doris Edwards J7 uniors PEGGY BIDDLX GUY BLANKENSHIP KAY BOWMAN HERMAN WILLIAMS GALE WILLIS LON WOODARD JIMMY WRIGHT (SopAo nore Officers President - -- -- -- -- - Joyce Crisson Secretary Silas Letellier Vice President ------ George Stockton Treasurer ... sue Elliott Reporter - Patty Lonon Willie Byrd Shirley Cline Joyce Crisson Sue Elliott Irene Good Margie Harris Rosetta Harris Virginia Helton Jimmie Holtsclaw Alma Hollifield Silas Letellier Patty Lonon Dean McGee Katera Stevens George Stockton Al Swafford Bobby Washburn Donald Washburn Jresfiman Glass Officers President - - - Vice President Secretary - - - ■ - Ronald Stewart Vernon Hollifield - Doris Williams Reporter Annual Reporter Song Leaders - • - Steven Brown Ralph McKinney Daisy Thompson Shirley Vance . i 1 ■ PHOTO A ot available ) ' • $ 4 k Not available || A 5 No photo AVAILABLE V PHOTO Not available m ■ ?n| John Finley Joyce Greene Eugene Hollifield Gerald Hollifield Vernon Hollifield Gracie McCall Dean McKinney Ralph McKinney Lacy Prather Frank Robinson Ronald Stewart Jean Stockton J.D. Stockton Daisy Thompson Billy Tipton Shirley Vance Ina Ward Viola Ward Johnny Washburn Doris Williams Teacher - NELLE McBEE Teacher - LUCILLE LETELLIER Seoen A Sracfe Nora Hennessee, Teacher; Danny Washburn, Billie Washburn, Herbert Biddix, Jr., Paul Elliott, James Cline, Jimmy Stockton, Johnny Buff, Richard Williams, Pansy Medford, Jean Cline, Thursia Bartlett, Vennie Duncan, Doug Taylor, Robert Robinson, Dickie McKinny, Barbara Robinson, Amos McKinney, Jane Vance, Maureen Bryant, Joan Johnson, Shelby Robertson, Hilda Hollifield, Mary Byrd, Clara Webb, Evelyn McKinney. Absent: David Cox, Willie Ward, Iva Williams. Ted Braswell, Teacher; Wayne Ollis, Leslie Brown, Hershel McKinney, Annie Webb, Zelda Harris, Mary Lister, Mary Lowery, Clarence Holtsclaw, Patsy Hollifield, Ellen Hollifield, Jack Lonon, Royce Wiseman, James Duncan, Nellie Webb, Rosa Hollifield, Wanda Swofford, Loretta Hensley, Josephine Foxx, Cora Wilson, Frankie Cline, Stanley Swofford, David Vance, Ralph Boyd, Paul Williams, Jacob Wright, Roy Dale, Chalmers Tipton, Ray Byrd, Coy Bartlett, Wilma Carpenter. Absent: Kenneth Garavanta, Lee Hollifield. H3eia Gfu6 Officers: Joanne Harrison, Secretary; Roy Stewart, President; Alice Faye Williams, Vice President; Shirley Ross, Treasurer; James E. Johnson. Faculty Advisor. Alice Faye Williams, Librarian; Shirley Harris, Vice President; Joanne Harrison, President; Joyce Hollifield, Treasurer; Mildred Huskins, Secretary; Sue T. Glovier, Faculty Advisor. Faculty Advisor, Miss Lillie Mae Daves; First row: Peggy Lonon, Doris Williams, Jean Letellier, Janet Elliott, Virginia Helton, Kay Bowman, Patty Lonon, Margie Harris, Betty Blankenship, Vir- ginia Duncan, Peggy Boyd, Gracie McCall, Joyce Hollifield. Second row: Miss Daves, Shirley Ross Eugene Hollifield, Gene Leonard, Max Boyd, John English, Steve Brown, Bob Hollifield, Ronald Stewart and Mary Lou Carpenter. Faculty Advisor; Mrs. Sue Glovier. Seated: Margie Harris, Alma Hollifield, Shirley Harris, Mildred Huskins. Standing: Virginia Helton, Peggy Boyd, Mrs. Glovier, Doris Williams, Katera Stevens, Shirley Vance, Joyce Greene, Gail Willis, Betty Blankenship, Doris Byrd, Jean Stockton, Ann Greene, Kay Bowman, Catherine Robertson, Shirley Cline, Ina Ward, Rosetta Harris, Shirley Bates. Advisor: Henry Seawell Brown. Officers: Steven Brown, President; Stanley Swofford, Vice President; Irene Good, Secretary; Silas Letellier, Treasurer. First row: Ann Greene, Gail Willis, Peggy Biddix, Irene Goode. Back row: Rosetta Harris, Clara McCall, Alma Hollifield, Doris Edwards. Lunchroom Staff MRS. MINNIE DALE - MRS. MILDRED CARPENTER School Store Keepers MARY LOU CARPENTER PEGGY ANNE LONON SHIRLEY BATES DORIS WILLIAMS BUS DRIVERS Russell Harris, Decky Swafford, Gordon Hensley, Charlie Jones, Safety Manager of State Department of Motor Vehicles; Junior Ayers, John E. English, Rod Brown. BUS PATROL Ted Braswell, Faculty Advisor; John English, President; Peggy Lonon, Secretary; Doug Taylor, Gracie McCall, Gail Willis, Irene Goode, Doris Edwards, Alice Williams, Junior Hollifield, Herman Williams, Max Boyd, Jimmy Wright, Earl Bates, Guy Blanken- ship, Lloyd Bates, George Stockton. G£eerfe acfers First row: Sue Elliott, Cora Lee Wilson, Virginia Helton, Jean Letellier, Margie Harris. Standing: Janet Elliott. S r s 9 !J3asJtei()aff Ueam Mr. Braswell, Coach; Joyce Greene, Joyce Crisson, Patty Lonon, Peggy Brown, Clara McCall, Alma Hollifield, Gail Willis, Joanne Harrison, Alice Williams, Doris Byrd, Mary Carpenter, Shirley Ross, Daisy Thompson, Rosetta Harris, Nora Harris, Betty Blankenship, Alice Biddix, Gracie McCall. 03oys y J3as£eiSaJT Deam Decky Swofford, Rod Brown, Co-Captains; Mr. Johnson, Coach. Standing left: Silas Letellier, Willie Byrd, Junior Hollifield, Jimmy Wright, Carroll Jordan, Guy Blanken- ship, John English. Standing right: Russell Harris, Jimmy Holtsclaw, George Stockton, Gordon Hensley, Freddy Brown, Lloyd Bates. Front row: Russell Harris, Freddy Brown, Junior Hollifield, Willie Byrd, Jimmy Holts- claw. Back row: Mr. Johnson, Coach; Carroll Jordan, Donald Washburn, Jimmy Wright, Lloyd Bates, George Stockton. Compliments SEVIER, NORTH CAROLINA Compliments of Mcdowell cement products co., inc. Ready Mixed Concrete - Building Blocks Phone 6861 Marion, N.C. Compliments of PEPSI COLA BOTTLING COMPANY Spruce Pine, North Carolina W G. LONON Groceries - Gas - Oil Phone Marion 2-3133 Route 3 Marion, North Carolina Compliments of Marion, North Carolina Compliments of Marion, North Carolina One Stop Service W ISEMAN a«d LONON Ashford, N.C. R. L. JAM ES a, , SO N Manufacturers Hosiery for Men Marion, North Carolina SARAH GOOD HOSIERY MILLS, INC. Fine Half Hosiery R.F.D. No. 3 Marion, North Carolina SPRUCE PINE LUMBER. COMPANY Established 1924 Dial PO 5-4266 Lumber and Building Material Spruce Pine, North Carolina C. R. Mc CALL, Owner Day Phone 2120 MRS. C. R. McCALL, Asst. Night Phone 3611 or 2195 Protect Your Loved Ones in Our Burial Association McCALL ' S FUNERAL HOME Ambulance Service 1908 - 1954 Marion, North Carolina A.BLANTON GROCERY CO., INC. Wholesale Grocers Dial 8421 Marion, N.C. If It ' s Heat You Need, We Can Furnish It SUBURBAN RULANE GAS COMPANY Ranges - Water Heaters - Dryers Phone 2154 Marion, N.C. WESTMORELAND-HAWKINS FUNERAL SERVICE Home of the McDowell County Mutual Benefit Burial Association S. J. WESTMORELAND, Manager Phone 2161 220 South Main St. Marion, N.C. BALLEW MOTOR CO., INC. Phone 2157 and 2158 43 6 East Court Street Marion, North Carolina ' •Your Chevrolet Dealer " Compliments of Mcdowell INSURANCE AGENCY, INC. ALDRIDGE a, t,dL GREEN E " Your Ford Dealer " in Spruce Pine LANTZ JEWELER. Diamonds - Watches - Jewelry Pleasing You, Pleases Us. Spruce Pine, N.C. H.M.HENSLEY STORE AND SERVICE STATION Groceries and Feeds North Cove 1 North Cove, North Carolina IDEAL CLEANERS " We Call for and Deliver " Phone 72 61 133 West Henderson Street r-rv Thirst Seeks Quality II Mm DRINK ||g COCA-COLA ■ruJlfJ Delicious and BaBBl Refreshing Fl S at Servo Ice Cold Compliments of GOUGE PLUMBING HEATING CO. Spruce Pine IT JOE R. STEFP GULF SERVICE Tires, Batteries and Acces. Gulf lex Lubrication Marion, North Carolina Compliments of CITY TIRE AND APPLIANCE CO. WORKMAN ' S Ready -to - Wear Shoes - Clothing Marion, North Carolina BARGAIN STORE 3 2 Main Street Marion, North Carolina MORROW ' S JEWELRY, INC. The Diamond Store of Marion Towle and Gorham Silver Jewelry and Watch Repairs 2 6 1 2 S. Main FIRST NATIONAL BANK Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation Marion, North Carolina ROBINSON ' S CLOTHING STORE The Friendly Store Dial 2-3781 13 W. Court St. Marion, North Carolina TH E McDowell ' s Leading Newspaper Published Mon. and Thurs. Afternoons JOHN W. SETZER Publisher PROCTOKS FEED STORE Feeds - Seeds - Fertilizers Flour and Meal Wholesale and Retail Dial 3421 ESSO SERVICE Groceries - Feeds - Gas - Oil Route 3 Marion, North Carolina THREAD CITY SERVICE STATION Feeds - Groceries - Lubrication Route 3 Marion, North Carolina YOUR TROUBLES ■ ■ " ALLEY ' S TEXACO Compliments of HOME AND AUTO SUPPLY Candies - Cakes Specialties " Sweetly Yours " hunter ' s florist " Say It With Flowers. " Flowers By Wire 128 South Main St. Marion, North Carolina Phone 4291 Compliments of SMITH Compliments of CON BOST MARION BUICK CO., INC. Dial 2140 and 2149 25 North Garden Street Marion, North Carolina Compliments of brown ' s MOTEL, COFFEE SHOP Highway Z21 Ashford, N.C. JAN ELL ' S GIFTS AND CRAFTS Milk Glass - Hooked Rugs Pottery K Iountain Crafts and Souvenirs Highway 221 Ashford, N.C. TRI COUNTY OIL CO., INC. Spruce Pine, N.C. Distributors Shell Petroleum Products Philco - Bendix - Hotpoint BURLESON PLUMBING AND HEATING CO. Contracting and Repair Service Phone 5-4042 Stores at Spruce Pine Burnsville Newland Compliments of ETTA PAPER. BOX COMPANY Marion, North Carolina MARION DRY CLEANERS Quality Cleaning Courteous Service " If Your Clothes Are Not Becoming to You, They Should Be Coming to Us. " Dial 4471 Opposite Post Office Pontiac Sales and Service General Repair and Body Worl Phone 4241 Marion, North Carolina K.L.CONLEY Distributor of Gulf Oil Products Marion, North Carolina 4k Compliments of CATAWBA T7V CAFE and fju SUNSET RESTAURANT Co -Operative Feed - Seed - Fertilizer 111 West Henderson Street Phone 2-3455 Marion, North Carolina LAUGHR.IDGE FURNITURE CO. J. L. LAUGHRIDGE, Manager Furniture - Household Goods Electric Ranges - Hardware Frigidaire Appliances Marion, North Carolina SNIPES h c. ra H Dodge and Plymouth jjflj J Sales and Service jjj l 314 East Court St. PHILLIPS %at Cv. Sales and Service Philco Home Appliances Phone 13 8 414 East Court Marion, North Carolina Compliments of DIXIE HOME Marion, North Carolina Compliments of GORDON FURNITURE CO. LOVEN FURNITURE CO. Complete Home Furnishings 6-8 Main Street Marion, North Carolina TROY ' S CAFE " For That Different Taste in Good Food Just Like Mother Used to Cook. ' " The Best Coffee in Town " R. L. McKINNIS -TROY MESSER 3 6 S. Main St. YOUNGS SHOE STORE 3 8 South Main Street Marion, North Carolina Phone 2133 Marion, N.C. Four Registered Druggists to Serve You WBRM LAKE CITY BROADCASTING CORP. of Marion, North Carolina Music - News - Public Service ALLISON ' S DUTCH GRILL " Home of the Finest Bar-B-Q in Western North Carolina " Steaks - Chops - Chicken Curb Service C )r» » Ai 1 AA e» ;+■ on Hiohwav 70 XVLJLXC7 IT CO I Ull HIK11WQ V 1 J Marion, North Carolina SERVICE WHEN YOU NEED IT Compliments of Your BURKE-MoDOWELL FARMERS DAIRY 1 - It ' s Fresh 2 - It ' s Highest in Quality 3 - It ' s Produced on Local Farms 4 - It ' s a Treat for the Whole Team Buy Burke — None Better Plant Located at Morganton, N.C. Compliments of SUPPLY LH. CON NELLY ' S GARAGE " General Repairs " Phone 5-4181 Spruce Pine, N.C. Compliments of Jl meson ' s Compliments of GOUGE GLASS 5 PAI NT POM PA KIN Compliments of FCX SERVICE Compliments of TALMAN OFFICE SUPPLIES INC. " See Beautiful Linville Caverns " Compliments of LINVILLE CAVERNS, INC. Ashford, N.C. WALDENSIAN BAKERIES, INC. Bakers of SUNBEAM BREAD AND CAKE The 1954-55 " CONASOGA " Staff Wishes to Take This Opportunity to Thank the Merchants Who Helped Make Our Annual Possible BOOSTERS afi-de, NORTH COVE WW ' Parkway Junction Lance ' s Esso Eckenrod Studio Hollifield Son Sawmill Lake Tahoma Steak House Superette Market Seagle Feed Store Bur gin Plumbing Heating Mary -Lynn Shop Garlands Hall ' s Barber Shop Royal Tire Service Jim ' s Variety Rowe ' s Market Marion Motors, Inc. Bald Mountain Garage Sullivan ' s Gulf Service Betty Jean Beauty Shop McCall-Burgin Hardware Rose ' s 5-10-25 Store Gladden ' s Pawn Shop Hayne ' s Jewelers Walker Florist NC REF 371.8 NCOVE 1955 North Cove hiah school is- OCT North Cove, NC 1 2012 MCDOWELL COUNTY PUBLIC LIBRARY 90 WEST COURT STREET MARION, NC 28752 Mcdowell county library 3 7810 43502647 McDowell County Public Library 90 West Court Street Marion, NC 28752
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