Union High School - Acorn Yearbook (Vale, NC)

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I X ? , 2 .S f La 2 - 4 2 2 1 4 1' 4 - Z : Z 11' Z E , ,. 6-C1 3 mf X JK EDITOR-IN-CHIEF .... NELL CROWDER AD EDITOR ....... ' JIMMY CARPENTER ART EDITOR ......... VEEDIS JORDAN SNAPSHOT EDITOR ......... JOAN SAIN BUSINESS MANAGER ...,... DAVID HUSS TYPISTS ............ ...FAYE WARD BETTY WISE FACULTY ADVISOR ....... MRS. RI-IYNE i is, ' XZIK SZE SZ yearbook Staff I 952 Elarcward We at Union High School are some five hundred time-conscious people. The bells ringing, the clock juxnping-classes, club meetings, basketball practice. Each person must ask himself what does all this mean? Is this twelve years in school merely something we must bear with- days which must be checked off the cal- endar before we can get out into the world and really start living. Or is it more than this '? Those of us who have worked on this annual hold that it is much more. We believe our sojourn at Union is worth- while not only as preparation for life, but as "a way of life itself". This is what we have sought to present in the 1952 Acorn. 0 N li ,. R , Vi 'fix 1 ' 'i f , A 1 4 ' , Y we av W PM y M. A W Q1 I gt wuf1msfQR7 Y X 1 1 air new Q.. waz 2 r ,J rf fi , , x,Nkmf?w xx ' x i , Haw 'm , an Dedication afar, 734, .feafa df fiefaafffwff We dedicate this edition of the Acorn. His leadership as teacher and coach has been marked by integrity, loyalty, and outstanding abi- lity. During the time that he has been at Union, he has endeavored to mould stronger minds and instill a fine sense of sportsmanship. As friend and counseler, he has been an inspiration to all. We hope that in this small Way we may express our appreciation to him. The Senior Class of 1952 Mr. Robert Abernathy Mrs. Elizabeth Mosteller Music fs 13 " " School Uammiffw f, 44. Ai Q - l, i rrr r fx.,. i l A ' 'VV li V Mr. M, H, Goins Mr. Kohn Heavner Chairman of The Board Mr. Paul Sain fNot Picturedl 5 In fn , -fi 1 F9 X9 21 X f 5 .. f , 3 Mr. Leonard Scronce Principal of School if ,. .5 . 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I an Y I 1 QA! l is ' Z ' ,ex I f of .bk f Q A ' "" f XA J - .2 PJ.,-M' w 1 ' 2 hh-gif y l Z'f"' Tx J fsify I sg? X N, Q, LI fgiff f mf ' ' 1 fly' , :iff ?.i's'?'f U Q , . I Q w, f 'j 1 , , Q 4 M9 'f z A 4' 'A 1 2, ,f ANN cniar 611155 Officers PRESIDENT .............. PAUL HOUSER VICE -PRESIDENT .......... SAM CANIPE SECRETARY ................ FAYE WARD REPGRTER ....... .... V EEDIS JORDAN Iam the clock in the principal's office, who so faithfully has kept that most precious thing called time. From the minute this graduating class entered High School in '48, all too soon the year 1952 came and I saw them seated on the stage dressed in their caps and gowns. I have watched them day by day, as they spent their hours learning to face life. The class of '52 has had some unforgettable times in their school days. I would like to recall several, such as going to the ball games together, the Junior-Senior Banquet, working on the Annual, and the Thanksgiving Carnival. Oh! I know if I were to think for a minute I could name many, many more wonderful experiences, but it would take much time. As I said time is a most precious thing, not to be wasted, and I am sure this class is composed of girls and boys who will have nothing to regret because they have used their golden moments in a valuable way. Their hours spent in school will some day help make their name in the world, if they have tried as they should, for time's hands scatter treasures generously for us all. We pick them up, or leave them, and accord- ing to our choice, so is our life. HISTORIAN Jacquelene Brooks CLASS COLORS CLASS FLOWER Green and White Rose CLASS MOTTO Knowledge Comes but Wisdom Lingers. MASCOTS SPONSOR Af' he if NW' " liiy ' Jackie Houser Dean Scronce Jef' E 6111015 f "E.uaM.MMwn 'iZw.w,.U ,df wil f' M' gd' P T ,Qi 14" r X S , A x Y nw, wa -Q , Y we Q +A V 'Whispe- 42 wmv., HARRY FRANKLIN BANGLE "All play and no Work makes nie what I am. " .TACQUELENE MALINDA BROOKS "Pep in her fingers and pep in her toes makes a friend whereever she goes. " SAMUEL ELLIOTT CANIPE "When athletics and studies clash, let studies go to smash. " JAMES FRANKLIN CARPENTER "Ambition has no limit. " "H-----.....-.,..,,. A --.., Scnmrs Q Y -may-., FRANKLIN EDISON GILBERT "Teachers and classes are his only ob- jection to his education. " MARY ELIZABETH GILBERT "True to her word, her work, and her friends. " PATRICIA ANN HAUSS "Never idle, never still, always talking, always will. " NELLIE MAXINE CROWDER "Brains and personality not always are combinedg so all the more it pleases us when all in one we find. " fi i. ' s ai f f fy WQW X f gig' If , 1 7 ff!! xW! WV uhnam-MNA '-'ilk JW YN ft , ff -Ulla., T M973-f lin! 'WN w WCM' Q ,, I 'XB ' ' ,,,4 f"vlv f - , 1 i ' 'g,.-- fl' :g i f Q x I 4, 1' ,rw I M K , Q 0' T AA,. g f WV 5 ah I xp. R WJ-.5 v ' we fy - MMS P, 1, F . , xl, 1 ' -. V. MM, 11. V E is I 51 ,Q , A. , .3 , , 1 ' , ' Ni! .,, ,, . 5 V? . ff gg : A M N , ,wwf Q 1 2 vw 5:11, 433 fs, A 6'I1ll7l'5 W' HELEN ELIZABETH JOHNSON "She is quiet and modest, and tells her secrets to few. " WILLIAM ROBERT JONES "Who relished a joke and rejoiced in a pun, A rare compound of oddity, frolic, and fun. " VEEDIS JORDAN "High character is the real foundation of all worth-while success." DAVID LEE REEF' "Too much studying is a dangerous thing. " vi ,, , 3 'W 4 , gr ' f4':r,h V ,, pw, '? , 'M vm' F'?,f'a' fe gf 1 ' 'f' " 'Q :fl 1 ,W S . enwrs W g 1.2- Sw 'DP 'Q I!!! ,f-AW 89" Cav Z W Ati 'A Q 'Z 4 i 1 '4 ff 'ff , ., 1 Nw ., ,,...1, H f W., ., , .LW59 Mr H .,-' ' K BOBBY HOUSER HEAVNER "A ladies' man he is no doubt for where he is, girls are about." MARVIN CLEVELAND HOOVER "I can be pushed just so far." PAUL CEPI-IAS HOUSER "An honest and useful man." LA WRENC E DAVID H USS "Eat, drink, and be merry, for tomor- row ye diet. " 1, mfs ,SAX fd! 15:2 'C P ""1g:- ll-f...,..,,,,4 .sir 1 " W K? ws, W? Wm mp .M i"'l"'90um-.ws 'k'h'?"'llmmr My M Am. Vw ff I ,, ' we A ws S 'I fr gi'- 6111015 2 ns?- SARAH JOAN SAIN "Wise to resolve, and patient to per form. " ELIZABETH MAE SIGMON "Always be prepared." BETTY SUE WISE "The best of sports in every game, in other things she is the same. " 'Z 1 PAYE LADELLE WARD , .. . - , .W .,a,-...naf - ..-. MEMORIES Often when we in life review, Our thoughts shall once again renew The many friends that we have made, And honors upon them we have laid. Some of us grew up togetherg Others came in one by one. Many joined us in the Freshman Class As our high school was begun. They were happy glorious days Which were filled with laughter and fun. And these we shall keep always In our store house of treasures we've won. And now, as we bid you farewell And each goes his separate way On UHS our thoughts shall dwell. May God keep us day by day. BY: ANN HAUSS ...al 611155 Prophecy Little did my classmates realize when they chose me to look into the future for their prophecy, that during the past summer I had become interested in the nearly lost art of palmistry. After having read all tne books and pamphlets available, lknew that I could successfully read the palms of my classmates. Everyday for almost three weeks, I strove diligently to catch a glimpse of the palms of the unsuspecting Seniors. One of my best uses was to borrow a nickel or a dime, and upon repaying the loan, lwould quickly glance at the tell-tale life lines of my classmates' hands. What an interesting hand Jacquelene Brooks has! I see that she will be happily mar- ried to a Methodist minister, and continue her work as educational director of her hus- band's church. Ah, David Reep and Harry Bangle, What thrifty lads! Together they found ten cents which they could spare. Upon returning their pennies I observed in each of their palms great mechanical ability, and in the near future will find workin Brazil. It seems that David will be a confirmed bachelor, but Harry will be ensnared by a dancing senorita. Bobby Heavner' curving life line indicates that his dancing feet could bring stardom to him, but I see a greater future for him, that of teaching Mama's little darlings the fun- damental steps. I observed in the delicate palms of many of my classmates a future for them in the hustle of the big cities. lt will be difficult for them to become accustomed to that fast life, but you cannot keep a Union girl down! Mary Gilbert will find being manager of an elite Miami cafe an exciting job. Veedis Jordan and Nell Crowder will continue their friendships in New York City where they will have occupations as stenographers for Wall Street brokers. The life lines in the strong brown hands of David I-Iuss and Paul Houser show that they will lead adventurous lives as drivers for a coast-to-coast trucking company. The future that I read in the life lines of Edison Gilbert and Marvin Hoover, came as a surprise to me, for Edison's palm indicates that he will enter the construction business, while Marvin will progress highly in the Duplin Mill. Jimmie Carpenter will make the class of '52 very outstanding by becoming an am- bassador to Europe. Ann Hauss will prove herself the best of softball pitchers when she wins the Olympics for the U. S. team. Bobby Jones will be drawn by the beauty of the mountains, for his life line shows that he will probably manage a drug store in one of the larger mountain towns. Betty Wise will wear the white dress of mercy. She will rise high in the field of nurs- ing and will attain position as supervisor of nurses in a large hospital. The wonderful climate of California will draw Helen Johnson there to make her home. She will have a full life as the wife of a prosperous fruit grower. Faye Ward will enter into the dramatic art of playwriting. Her plays will receive top acclaim from all the critics both through her own ability and through the influence of her close friend, Joan Saine, whose life line indicates that she has a rapid rise from a reporter of news to the ownership of a large syndicate. The hands of Sam Canipe indicate that he will become a famous ballplayer. After three weeks of untiring effort in trying to discover what the future holds, lam happy to know that the Seniors of 1952 are going to have highly satisfying lives. Class Prophetess Libby Sigmon Y --1..N... -m---M---'--4 .-ru-:'rrrn-1--1' A-ru:-1-rn, --'mmf--M---L... ' - - v ' Y '- last Will ffm! Testament We, the Senior Class of Union High School, being of sound mind and body, realizing that we must soon leave our Alma Mater, do will and bequeath to our heirs such vast es- tate and personal property which we consider will be useful to them. To the Faculty, we will and bequeath our sincere -appreciation for their kindness shown to us during our high school years. To the Junior Class, we will our many Senior privileges which will never get them into trouble if they are used right. To the Sophomores,' we bequeath our ability to make good grades. We will and bequeath to the Freshman Class our ability to get along with the teachers. We will our personal properties as follows: I, Elizabeth Sigmon, will my talkativeness to Virginia Whitner with the hope she uses it to a better advantage than I have. I I, Edison Gilbert, will my ability to misbehave at school to Dean Carpenter. I, Helen Johnson, will my ability to be quiet on class to Shirley Warlick, hoping she learns more than I did. I, Paul Houser, do hereby will my ability to get along with the teachers to anyone who can't do so. I, Faye Ward, will my ability to sing to Dean Ward, hoping that he makes another Bing Crosby. 1, Joan Sain, will my front seat in every class to my kid brother, Ted, with the hope that the teachers won't watch him as close as they have me. I, Sam Canipe, will my aggravating ways to anyone who wants them with the hope that they don't get into as much trouble as I have. I, David I-Iuss, will to Jimmie Gilbert my ability to get stuck on blind dates. I, Jimmie Carpenter, will my ability to have the right to talk to the librarians during the fifth period, to Jerry Houser. I, Harry Bangle, will my ability to make sarcastic remarks to Jerry Houser. I, Nell Crowder, do hereby will my love for laughing in Mr. Heavner's history class to Sue Hoyle, hoping she has as much fun as I did. I, Ann I-Iauss, do hereby will my tight basketball suit to Jean Warlick, hoping she can wear it four more years without it bursting. I, Jacquelene Brooks, will my quietness to Peggy Carswell, and my dislike of study- ing to Carroll Hoyle. I, Bobby Heavner, do hereby will to Gerald Hallman, my ability to keep every hair in place. I, Veedis Jordan, will my respect for knowledge to Aroland Jordan, hoping he remem- bers to graduate. I, Betty Wise, will to my kid sister, Phyllis, everything I've got and don't need, that she needs and don't have and are too good to throw away, and not good enough to keep. I, Mary Gilbert, do hereby will to Helen Clark, my shorthand book, hoping she enjoys studying it more than I have. I, Marvin Hoover, will the knowledge that I didn't get to Buster Hartsoe, so that he will have an easier time in high school. I, David Reep, do will and bequeath my ability to cut up in class to Bill Sain, with the hope that he doesn't get caught as much as I have. I, Bobby Jones, do will and bequeath my quiet ways at UNION and a portion of my height to anyone who can use them. Witnessed, Therefore, on both our light and serious side, we set this our seal, upon our last years at UNION, Witnesses: Sam Canipe Signedg Joan Sain Ann Hauss Testator n 25295 , 7 yy- 1 ,Z-ff, ? P Ax 5' ' 22 . ,M 4. dx Wg U 0 051 47: W A .-It 4 gp, 5-or M n 1 Betty Sue WISE Z Ed1sonG1lbert 3 Paul Houser 4 Marv1n Hoover 5 Dav1dReep 6 Sam Car11pe7 Ann Hauss 8 Davld Huss 9 J1mmy Carpenter 10 .Tacquellne Brooks 11 Bobby Jones 12 Joan Saln and Nell Crowder 13 Bobby Heavner 14 Veed1s Jordan 15 Nell Crowder 16 Helen Johnson 17 L1bby S1gmon 18 Mary Culbert 19 Harry Bangle 20 Faye Ward -,-nmnd'4l""" W 'Q 'sf N X M Y, ,. f 'N- df? QM my Whs...,,,,,,,,,,,.. QI 1 ' M5--QQ 11 .1 f W -,, 1 Q . av' rw? We-Q., QW 'iwf' ""'-wav-we N- x 4, XS- ,,,, in HRH GREAY mmisi 1 fanunwi. EURBQHBQ 2 4,9 I! 1 M U .ll Ni l X, . 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ML TH E X'VIifE lx LY E W5 MKCQJXZI N K Zng,f',WfMjQ7yvi7,, 2' vii" ' " ' 273353 Q If V ' 0" f:L7?"' 0Q,,,W7 gf XM, 'Tj 1 fy f X K 'Mug , , K, -- 1, 'W fx " I Best Sport Betty Wlse . s -- --- ' S I P 1 H Best Athletes -- -- Ann Hauss Most Intelligent Veeagis Jggjlig Sam Canipe Ure 611155 Of '52 iw! jf? W golwonlillofvfl' ZZMAAV -gow CMV fn A353 5 .uxguf y4.?.4Lm-v Hank! QWW QVLWCV C0-MFWYL-441 Qiwfawg 1 y , 8 C 6115115 NAME HIGHEST AIM BY WORD NICKNAME AILMENT STRONG POINT Harry Bangle Truck Driver Darn Bangle Sarcastic Remarks Teasing girls Jacquelene Brooks Music Teacher Aw heck! Jack Day dreaming Music Jimmie Carpenter Good Job Whoopee ! Jim Bashful Lessons Nell Crowder Stenographer Dad gummit Pest Hillbilly Music Typing Sam Canipe Mechani al Engineer Dad gummit Sam Sleeping on class Math E Edison Gilbert Construction Engineer Absolutely Gilbert Talking Math Mary Gilbert Nurse Gosh Blondie Too quiet Typing Ann Hauss Nurse Aw Bill Popping gum Basketball Bobby Heavner President of U. S. Good Grief Curly Studying too much Two-timing girls Marvin Hoover Farmer Skip it Curley Bashful Math Paul I-Iouser Jet Pilot Dad gummit Cephas Sleeping on class History David Huss Staying Single Oh yeah! Clumsy Temper ' Science Helen Johnsgn Stenographer Gosh Helen Laughing Dancing . Bobby Jones Good Paying Job Mercy me Goofy Too tall Cracking jokes Veedis Jordan Telephone Operator Aw heck! Vickie Just one man Guitar and singin David Reep Truck Driver Gosh Reep Girls Chemistry Joan Sain Housewife Oh Lord! Joe Biting fingernails Going steady Elizabeth Sigmon Stenographer Shut up Lib Talking Dancing Faye Ward Secretary Good gracious Shorty Laughing Singing Betty Wise Housewife Dad gimmit Shorty Daydreaming Going steady -..,.... ..,,,. ,.,,. i,....., ., I -i -f :vw ,!m- - M .ar 11 'Y Ww x tl' WW,-Q. if 'Wow' 'illfnw ...J-"' naw VI! 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'J I 'f ' V- ' f 7 7 m.:g:.,,., V f" -M ', Q ' Y Q '- - Af., 317 5.35 , 'M in-.ln D SYM iff? .7 .,.., mv.. , . - . mwah Maxi QW wa, www A524 X' QW 0 is 'R 'W - if K s s Aw 'fv- 5 V3 4 I v,n,,, X Eighth Grade First Row: Lucille Scronce, Ralph Warlick, Gerald Green, Claude Ray Cody, Gene Waters, Buster Hartsoe, Joe Scronce, Forney Sain, Kenneth Ritchie, Gene Sain, Helen Scronce. Second Row: Mr, Henson, Betty Massagee, Martina lngle, Yvonne Peeler, Peggy Yount, Geneva Carpen- ter, Phyllis Wise, Margaret Reep, Alma Jordan, Shirley Morgan, Christine Gilbert, Johnny Bo- linger. Third Row: Betty Johnson, Ruby I-Ieavner, Betty Leigh, Joan Hartsoe, Billy Jean El- more, Peggy Guiton, Betty Sue Haynes, Glenn Scronce, Dean Heavner, Mrs. Seagle, Fourth Row: Helen Williams, Bertha Peeler, Elvie Spivey, John Gilbert, Jack Champion, Ray Slaughter, Bobby Wise, Donald Reep, Eugene Wood, Harold Sain. l l K "' " ""' 'CC' """" """'?7"" K' Y - --Y -E ' 1l + ' "' Y' H Y in is I Axx ,l.q WJ A! 3 I -Q' i :ffqpl W.v4sg..,,' S or 'W 4, if W in . ,Q ,, , . evcnth Grade W' KISERS First Row: David Smith, Hazel Scronce, Dorothy Helms, Johnny Lantz, Roger Richard, James Lutz, T. C, Scronce, Roberta Johnston, Barbara Harkey, Ruby Waters. Second Row: Sue Led- ford, AMargret Gilbert, Vivian Sain,Cecilia Wise, Bobby Elmore, Mike Ingle, Leon Wood, Don- ald McGraw, Dean Sain. Third Row: Nancy Coon, Betty Lutz, Bobby Scronce, Dean Ward, Ann Hoover, Mary Sue Thomas, T, M, Carpenter, Dotty Sisk. Absent: Starlene Logan, Allene Lynch, Marilyn Hoover. iyfh Gfddf Miss DAVIS' First Row: Betty Jo Mull, Bobby Johnson, Sammie Sain, Judy Helms, Bobby Taylor, Fred Smith, Clara Beam, Carolyn Scronce, Frances Canipe, Gloria Dean Cody, Geraldean Scronce, Peggy Kiser. Second Row: Clyde Jenkins, Edward I-Ieavner, C.F. Ingle, Jimmy Angle, Wayne Gilbert, Betty Abernathy, Barbara Carpenter, Wayne Sigmon, Max Powell, Karol Haynes Allen Lynch. Third Row: Bobby Williams, Avery Jenkins, Faye Scronce, Mary Sue Seagle Anne Leigh, Earlene Sain, Peggy Johnson, Thomas Snider. gradc, MRS. KILLLANG First Row: Alice Mosteller, Margaret Leatherman, Linda Duckworth, Janice Mosteller, Joan Jones, Janice Logan, Nellie Elmore, Roger Warlick, Robert Whitener, Larry Sain, Ralph War- lick, Ted Hartsoe, Odis Scronce, Harold Bivens. Second Row: Kenneth Rudisill, Max Green, Max Beam, Mills Green, Harvey Thornas, Janet Williard, Neil Propst, Faye Mull, Paul Car- penter, Edwin Whitener, Gene I-Iouser, Mary Rudisill, Troy Scronce. Third Row: Shirley Faye Burnette, Carl Wilson, Harold Scronce, Kenneth Houser, Ted Goins, Bryan Reep, Dean Towery, Kenneth Scronce, Nelson Jordan, Clarence Stroup, Sue Scronce, Ruth Hoover, Katherine Dellinger. L , Q, gggg 4- M-I av ' ' we MQ? A Xiu' F, ""1f2:f+"5' mi A . w!!UK Uk Alma-wp ' Miss JoNAs' Uurth First Row: Elizabeth Hoover, Jane Killian, Jean Wyant, Jimmy Warlick, Wayne Rudisill, Bobby Abernathy, Barry Sain, Carol Heavner, Jimmy Taylor, Eugene Sain, James Wise. Second Row: Peggy Scronce, Steve Carpenter, Jimmy Elmore, Richard Slaughter, Raymond Slaughter, B,E, Gilbert, Richard Bigger-staff, Franklin Scronce, Billy Sisk, Noah Franklin. Third Row: Nancy Sain, Jane Propst, Madgalene Helms, Joyce Dellinger, Brenda Carswell, Linda Gilbert, Sadie Sue Smith, Sandra Sain, Christine Crowder, Frances Gilbert. MRS. SA1N'S y4lld gdilfflf glwdb' First Row: Larry Johnson, Willie Faye Helms, Jessie Sally Haynes, Max Johnson, Ted Cody, Faye Warlick, Robert Allen, Judy Gilbert, Ray Elmore, Dorothy Beam. Second Row: Jerry Rudisill, Billy Helms, Peggy Ingle, Alice Mull, Larry Gilbert, Maxine Johnson, Joan Stroup, Shirley Johnson, Tony Gilbert. Third Row: Harold McGraw, Larry Leonard, Carolyn Leigh, Jerry Houser, Alfred Canipe. MRS. MULLEN'S IAV, First Row: Keith Sain, Jerry Mosteller, Douglas McGraw. Tommy Hoover, David Warlick, Floyd Peeler, .Linda Powell, Judy Scronce, Mary Warlick, Nffd Johnson, Jimmy Wilson, Zakie Warlick, Second Row: Hollis Miller, Ethel Carpenter, Ray Helms, Ralph Johnson, Jr., Sammy Mode, Brenda Powell, Carolyn Scronce, Linda Scro' ce, Judy Seagle, Randy Scronce, Terry Whitener. Third Row: Jimmy Scronce, Larry Yoder, Charles Wood, Thames Lutz, Tommy Rhyne, Mikey Kiser, Carol Scronce, Brenda Leatherman, .Terry Thomas, Billy Reep, David Franklin. ' ms-fr--H gg... rf- ef----H-if if A1-W - --f--f l ani 55-fl KK.-wx f W J," .5 15124-1' L , . fhw .9 - al A my J',lf4t'v,u 0' ,J 2. X ,1 "5 'K , I 5 V' z' Y ,, HQ-'if ,fix bf 5 4 , 3 1' 4' ' X M ,V 'Q' J' s I :L I Z' Q5 J' F gk XC 4 , N, .V MRS. BANGL,I3'S First Row: James Wilson, Joyce Childers, Margaret Yount, Othea Lynch, Janice Whitener Brenda Jean Leigh, Gene Mosteller, Paula Yount, Dorothy Helms, Beth Warlick, Daphene Craig Second Row: Frances Rudisill, Dean Rudisill, Dwight Dellinger, Johnny Rhyne, Willie Canipe Jerry Wyant, Max Abernathy, Gene Scronce, John Ingle, Judy Smith. Third Row: Donald Newton Rita Wise, David Mosteller, Rodney Scronce, Maxine-Propst, Reba Mahaley, Dewey Smith, Elia abeth Williams, Brenda Carpenter, Reba Elmore. 5'irst And :cond Grade MRS- SCRONCDS First Row: James Helms, Roy Yount, Carolyn Whitener, Dorothy Lang, Billy Kiser, Bobby Sig- mon, Mary Helms, Joyce Warlick. Second Row: D,A, Stroup, Judy Taylor, Janice Wilson, San- dra W00d. Tommy York, Keith Scronce, Brenda Helms. Third Row: Sandra Hartsoe, Wayne Yo- der, Ralph Canipe, Ray Gilbert, Clara Gilbert, Larry Heavner, Kenneth Heavner. gifs! 61,4116 Miss MOSTELLER'S First Row: Kay Dellinger,Brenda Hoover,Charles Cody, Hal Scronce, Jr., Leonard Dean Scronce, Dean Sain, Berna Sain, Jackie Houser, Dean Scronce. Second Row: Peggy Ledford, Farrel Lutz, Larry Canipe, Farrel Carpenter, Lsfrry Newton, Annette Sain, Rodney Sain, Linda Engle, Alice Chapman. 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Tessner, Wilma Canipe, Carleen Wright. Third Row: Gary Carter, J. L. Dellinger, Kenneth Gilmore, James Nicholson, Tommy Williams, Carolyn Houser. MRS YODER First Row: Jerry Scronce, Yates Reep, Jack Dellinger, Harold Canipe, Phyllis Bolinger, Ann Wright, Louise Haynes. Second Row: James Smith, Junior Heavner, Bud Peeler, Evelyn Mar- tin, Martha Leatherman, Ruth Willis. Third Row: Jack Huss. MRS. LYNCH First Row: Dianne Tutherow, Kay Smith, Joyce Ledford, Jane Heavner, Julia Heavner, Clarice Smith. Second Row: Edwin I-Iuss, Paul Childers, Jerry Bryant, N. C. I-luss, Joann Lowe, Joann Fisher. Third Row: Jerry Gilbert, Billy Reep, Edward Mutts, Peggy Gales, Glenn Morgan. Gm c Grade Grade i l 1 l l Q 1 f f"T'N ,QD 4114---A .. , , gl 532 x 1 'fx: MM de? i 49" is. I is L .L ,H l . H' ' ii X aurtlf Gradg MRS. JETTON First Row: Linda Hallman, Kay Davis, Cl.afton Tessner, Barbara Withers, Brenda Gilbert, Mary Lee Taylor, Linda Sue Heafner, Second Row: Jerry Huss, Gary Bolinger, Clyde Ingle, Kenneth Johnson, Mattie Ann Smith, Ruth Ingle. Third Row: Danny Houser, Howard Smith, Ralph Grigg, J. D. Houser, Robert Houser, Mitchell Reep. Fourth Row: Nancy Allen, Christine Mutz, Nancy Morgan, Mary Lou Haynes, Henry Houser, Chird Grade MRS- HUSS cram! First Row: Clement Hahn, Danny Kanipe, Earlene Avery, Dean Johnson, Brenda Champion, Gene Houser, Lewis Wright. Second Row: Rosie Mae Helms, Howard Fisher, Vance Johnson, Tommy lngle, Brenda Houser, Phillip Hoover. Third Row: Jimmy Leatherman, Harold Hallman, Larry Wise, Holly Dean Lowe, Faye Mitchell, Buddy Smith. Wise Grade MISS WISE First Row: Hugh Helms, Evelyn Fisher, Rachel Hahn, Peggy Ann Hoover, Nancy Ann Peeler, Judy Grigg, Bernice Houser, Ilease Houser, Second Row: Bobby Royster, Danny Ingle, Joe Billy Heav- ner, Tommy Heafner, Faye Reep, Kay Haynes. Third Row: Lloyd Houser, Phyllis Willis, Sue Jane Bridges, Darrel Houser, Carrol Dean Auton, Wayne Allen, Larry Morgan. 1. , H-G-566-Awlflwif an A 57il'Sf Grade First Row: Carl Saine, Jr. , Linda Smith, Wanda Fay Huss, Don Huss, Jimmy Saine. Second Row: Dwight Allen, Janis Willis, Craig Wood, Jr. , Richard Cornwell, Leroy Lowe, Leroy Haynes, Third Row: Martha Lee Yarborough, William Smith, Sandrea Hoover, Joyce Watts, Linda Fay Smith, Mary Pless, Linda Fay Huss, 4 -H First Row: Dianne Tutherow, Kay Smith, Jane Heavner, Julia Heavner, Phyllis Bolin- ger, Ann Wright, Peggy Gales, Joann Fisher. Second Row: Jack Dellinger, Yates Reep, Jack Huss, Paul Childers, Jerry Bryant, Ruby Heafner, Wilma Canipe, Louise Haynes. Third Row: Carolyn Wise, Minnie Cook, Clarice Smith, Elizabeth Smith, Joann Holloway, Shirlene Johnson, Frankie Sue Beam, Carleen Wright. Fourth Row: ,Mus ' IL' First Row: Dianne Tutherow, Kay Smith, Jane Heavner, Julia Heavner, Peggy Ann Hoover, Rachal Hahn, Kay Davis, Linda Hallman. Second Row: Edward Huss, Danny Houser, Joyce Ledford, Paul Childers, Mary Lee Taylor, Barbara Withers, Ann Wright, Clarice Smith. Third Row: Jerry Huss, Brenda Gilbert, Shirlene Johnson, Joann Lowe. Fourth Row: Jack Dellinger, Yates Reep, Elizabeth Smith, Frankie Sue Beam, Joan Holloway, Carleen Wright. Jerry Scronce, Billy Reep, N. C, Huss, Linda Royster, Carolyn Houser. miar HARRY FRANKLIN BANGLE 4-H Club 1, Cheerleader l, 2,4, Glee Club 3,4, F,F,A. 1, Baseball 3, Dramatics Club 4, Bus Driver 4, Typing Club 3, Junior Play. JACQUELENE MALINDA BROOKS Glee Club 1, Z, 3, 4, Dramatics Club 3, Le Cercle Francais 3, 4, Librarian 2, Honor Roll 1, 2, 3,4, Typing Club 4, Junior Play, Trail Blazer Staff 3, 4, Beta Club 3,4, Music Club 4, Perfect Attend- ance 1, Z, 3, Waitress at Junior-Senior Banquet Z, Historian 4. SAMUEL ELLIOTT CANIPE 4-H Club 1, 2, 3, Baseball 1, 2, 3,4, Basketball 1, 2, 3, Vice President of Class 4, Monogram Club 2, Typing Club 3, Best Athlete 4. JAMES FRANKLIN CARPENTER Key Club 2, 3,4, Beta Club 3,4, F. F.A. 1, 2, 4-H Club l, Z, Typing Club,3, Honor Roll 1,Z,3,4, President of Class 1, Z, Trail Blazer Staff 3,4, Junior Marshall, Citizenship Award 3, Perfect Attendance 2, 3, School Store 1, Z, 3, 4, Annual Staff 4, Best-all-round 4, Most likely to succeed 4. NELLIE MAXINE CROWDER Secretary of Class 2,G1ee Club 1, 2, 3,4, Dra- matics Club 3, Honor Roll 1, 2, 3, 4, PerfectAttend- ance l, Z, 3, Typing Club 4, Le Cercle Francais 3, 4, Junior Play, Junior Marshall,Trail Blazer Staff 3,4, Beta Club 3,4, Editor-in-chief of "Acorn" Pianist at Junior-Senior Banquet 3, Waitress at Junior-Senior Banquet 2, Most Studious 4, Libra- rian l, Z, Secretary of Dramatics Club 3, Vice- President Glee Club 4, President Beta Club 4. FRANKLIN EDISON GILBERT 4-H Club l,2, 3, Typing Club 4, F, F.A. 4, Class Treasurer 3. MARY ELIZABETH GILBERT Glee Club 1, 2, 3,4, Dramatics Club 3, Le Cercle Francais 3, 4, Typing Club 4, Best-all-round4. PATRICIA ANN HAUSS Basketball l, Z, 4, Monogram Club 2, Softball 2, 3, Junior Play, 4-H Club l, 2, 3, 4,4-H Short Course 4, Dramatics Club Z, 3,4, Typing Club 3, Bible Club 2, Bible Club Reporter 2, Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Choir Z, Science Club 2, Librarian l, 3, Honor Roll 3, Best Athlete 4, Friendliest 4, Class Poet 4. BOBBY HOUSER HEAVNER 4-H Club 3, 4, Typing Club 4, Vice President of Class 3, Bus Driver 4, Junior Play, Glee Club 3,4, Dramatics Club 4, Le Cercle Francais 3,4, Choir 35 Most Handsome 4, Glee Club Operetta 35F. F. A. 1, Z, 3, Toast Master at Junior-Senior Banquet, Cheerleader Z. PAUL CEPHAS HOUSER Perfect Attendance 3, Honor Roll 1, Z, 3,4, Key Club 2, 3,4, Vice President of Class 2, Beta Club 3,4, 4-H Club 1, 2, 3, 4, President of Class 4, Typ- ing Club 3, Trail Blazers Staff 3, 4, Junior Marshall, Basketball 2, Best Sport 4, Citizenship Medal 3, Bus Driver 3,4, Safety Driving Award 3, Toast to Seniors at Junior-Senior Banquet 3. Sta listics MARVIN CLEVELAND HOOVER F,F,A, l,2,4, 4-H Club l,Z,Key Club Z, 3,4, Baseball 2, Basketball Z, President of Class 3, Vice President Key Club 4, Typing Club 3. LAWRENCE DAVID HUSS 4-H Club 1, Baseball l, Z, 3,4, Key Club 2, 3,4, Beta Club 3, 4, Trail Blazer Staff 3, 4, Typing Club 3, Junior Play, Business Manager of Acorn Bus Driver 4, Honor Roll 1, Z, 3,4. HELEN ELIZABETH JOHNSON Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Typing Club 3, 4-H Club 1, Z, 3,4, Junior Play. WILLIAM ROBERT JONES 4-H Club 1, F. F,A, 1, Typing Club 4, Glee Club 4, Most Popular 4, Junior Play, Dramatics Club 4. VEEDIS LUCILLE JORDAN Glee Club 1, 2, 3,4, Dramatics Club 3, Bible Club President 2, Typing Club 4, Le Cercle Francais 3, 4, Vice President of Class 3, Glee Club Operetta 3, Choir 2, 3, Honor Roll 2, 3,4,Artist for "Acorn" 4, Class Reporter 4, Trail Blazer Staff 4, Beta Club 4, Most Intelligent 4. DAVID LEE REEP 4-H Club 1, Bus Driver 4, Glee Club 3,4, Dra- matics Club 4, Honor Roll 1, Z, F. F.A. 1, Choir 3, Typing Club 3. SARAH JOAN SAIN Honor Roll 1, Z, 3, 4, Basketball 1, Z, 3, Beta Club 3,4, Trail Blazer Staff 3,4, Dramatics Club 2, Monogram Club 3, Librarian 3, Snapshot Editor of "Acorn" 4, Testator 4, Waitress Junior-Senior Banquet 2, Bible Club 1, Typing Club 3, 4-H Club 1, Z, Cyl ee Club 4, Prettiest 4, Basketball letter 2, Perfect attendance 1. ELIZABETH MAE SIGMON Choir 1,2, 3, 4-H Club l,Z, 3,4, Typing Club 3, Junior Play, Glee Club l, Z, 3, 4, Glee Club Operetta 3, Arnerican Legion Oratorical Medal 3, Prophet 4, FAYE LADELLE WARD Beta Club 3, 4, Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Dramatics Club 2, 3, 4-H Club 1, 2, 3, 4, 4-H Song Leader 2, 3, Coun- ty Health Queen 4, 4-H Short Course 3,4, Perfect Attendance 1, 3, Basketball Manager 1, 2, Basket- ball 3, Trail Blazer Staff 3,4, Annual Staff 4, Sec- retary of Class 3, 4, Librarian 2, 3, Honor Roll 1, 2, 3,4, Bible Club 1, Typing Club 3, Waitress Junior- SeniorBanquet Z, Junior Play, Choir 1, Z, 3, Glee Club Operetta 3, Beta Club Reporter 4, Toast to Teachers at Junior-Senior Banquet 3. 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Lincolnton North Carolina - ::::IhqQ04':: : 1 I 1 1 4 14 14 14 4 4 14 14 14 14 4 4 1 I 14 1 14 14 4 1 1 4 4 4 4 14 4 4 4 I 1 4 14 4 14 PLEASE PATRONIZE CUR ADVERTISERS BURRIS AIRPARK SERVICE Gas - Oil Phone 1288-W Highway No. 150 Lincolnton North Carolina JEWEL BOX We carry a complete line of Diamonds , Jewelry and Musical Instrurnents Lincolnton North Carolina PAUL BANGLE'S AMERICAN LEGION 14 14 14 1 4 wQlt111ll11'W0 Esso SERVICE STATION 5 6 R IQ 01 Y Q Groceries S YA fw Avi E9 4 5v',,J: el 16 Tires - Batteries - Gas ' Y E '.:: - 1 Route 2 2 S 45 5 f , ll1I4f4mX,11IW Lincolnton North Carolina BAXTER LYBRAND Post No. 371 ::::o:::: ::::gro-c:: :v - ::::-I 4 14 4 I I 4 14 4 4 4 4 14 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 14 14 4 I I 4 4 4 14 14 1 1 14 14 4 4 4 I I I I I I I I I I I I I I 4 14 4 LINEBERGER BROTHERS, INC. "Buying Cotton in Lincolnton Since 1917" Phones 199 - 335 T S ETWUMBER co., nc. BUILDING HEADQUARTERS PHONE 3901149 LINCOLNTON, N. C. LINCOLN FINANCE CO., LINCOLN GROCERY INC. COMPANY AUTO LOANS Financing and Refinancing Phone 40 South Aspen Street Phone 557 Lincolnton North Carolina Lincolnton North Carolina Coffzplinzefzzf of MODLIN BROTHERS QUALITY CLEANERS PAINTING, FLOOR COVERING South 12th. Street AND WALL PAPER Phone 8821 Ph'-me 126'-T Hickory North Carolina Lincolnton North Carolina C,Illllif7jjlllL'f1fJ' of MIDLAND SERVICE STATION AND GRILL SINCLAIR SERVICE Gas, Oil and Lubrication Charlotte Highway VALE MILL AND GROCERY Flour - Corn Meal PURINA CHOW T. E. SAIN Vale North Carolina ELMORE GOODSON SUPPLIES OF SINCLAIR PRODUCTS Phone 397 Lincolnton North Carolina LiI1CO111t01'1 North Ca1'O1iI1a W. R. CARSWELL ESSO SERVICE AND MAYTAG APPLIANCES Route 1 Complinzezzff of DAVE LE R N ER Vale North Carolina Lincolnton North Carolina Crmzpfinzwzff of CROWN CONVERTING COMPANY LINCOLN HARDWARE COMPANY A Full Line of Shelf and Heavy Hardware Lincolnton North Carolina Lincolnton North Carolina ::::-p.Q:::- 11 1 11 I I I 1 11 11 1 1 1 11 1 1 1 1 1 11 11 11 11 1 1 1 1 1 L T. Cr S. WELDING AND MACHINE CO. D, C. THORNBURG, PROP. General Machine Work Welding Of All Kinds ' Gears Made Auto Welding Farm Machinery Repaired TURNER'S STORE, INC. "The Friendly Store" Phone 872 North Court Square Lincolnton North Carolina ABERNETHY EQUIPMENT Phone 67 J COMPANY Reepsville Road HARDWARE AND PLUMBING SUPPLIES Phone 822 Lincolnton North Carolina Lincolnton North Carolina SUMMIE SAIN HUFFMAN SAUSAGE CO. WATCHMAKER Beef Pork Sausage Provisions AND JEWELER Telephone 26186 Box 541 Vale North Carolina Hickory North Carolina Cozzzpfimefzff of WHITENER'S GROCERY On Star Town Road Conzpfinzelzff of EAGLE STORES CO., INC. Lincolnton North Carolina C,'Ul1lf2ffll1L'I1IJ nf BELK-SCHRUM LINCOLNTON 'S LARGEST DEPARTMENT STORE CHERRYVILLE ICE G' FUEL CO. Ice - Coal - Coke - Briquets Warm Morning Heaters Gasoline - Kerosene Fuel Oils - Greases Quality - Service - Appreciation Phone 3231 Cherryville North Carolina Cfwzzfvfmzwzfy of COUlf7lfll16'l1f5 of W. C. JETTON IDEAL CHAIR CO. CATAWBA FERTILIZER Vale North Carolina Lincolnton North Carolina SULLIVAN - MORRISON UPHOLSTERING CO. COl7Zf7!fll16'7IfJ of CARL HARTMAN'S CHILDREN'S SHOP Phone 918 Phone 5121 East Water Street Lincolnton North Carolina Lincolnton North Carolina FARMER'S G' BUILDERS SUPPLY CO., INC. Conzpfinzefzff of ABERNATHY COAL AND Building Materials John Deere Tractors and Implements Seeds and Fertilizer Phone 46 Lincolnton North Carolina aQQ---v-o---ao vvv. IM vvvovvv- C,'UlI!f7ffl7!C'lIl,I of FIRST FEDERAL SAVINGS Cr LOANS ASSOCIATION HOWARD'S CREEK MILL Phone 918 Flour - Feeds Lincolnton North Carolina Vale North Carolina Conzpfizzzefztl of C Z, f amp 111261211 0 REEPSVILLE GARAGE General Auto Repair HOVIS GROCERY Ope rate d by CARL HAR TSOE SAINE AND HALLMAN GROCERIES , FEEDS BAl.s'roN YARN MILLS, INC. Phone 740 Free Delivery Lincolnton North Carolina Lincolnton North Carolina 1 C0111 fiwezztl' 0 Crmzpfznzefzff of P f EARL SAIN A FRIEND - Tire Recapping - 1 11 '1 1 11 1 11 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 11 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 '1 1 1 1 11 1 1 1 1 1 11 1 1 11 11 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 11 1 1 1 11 1 1 11 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 POLHILL CHEVROLET HEAVNER MILLING CO. CO., INC. G. R. Heavner, Manager CHEVROLET - OLDSMOBILE Seed Cleaning 8: Feed Grinding Sales Service Phones 344 and 365 Route 1 Lincolnton North Carolina Newton North Carolina Gwzffvfmzwzfi' of BUS STATION GRILL ROBERTSONS PROVEN Our Speciality - Sandwiches FERT-ILIZERS Schoffoffgijgfpffgallty PEELER Cr soN's Phone 1360 Lincolnton North Carolina Lincolnton North Carolina LINCOLN F. C. X. SERVICE CREAMLAND Er GRILL Farm Machinery Noted for its Sandwiches Feeds - Seeds and Electrical Appliances Home Made Ice Cream and Other Numerous Supplies Thick Milk Shakes Phone 464 Maiden Highway Lincolnton North Carolina Compliwefzlf of Never Buy Before You Try JONES SWIMMING POOL AND SKATING RINK JEFF LEWIS, INC. Free Picnic Grounds Lincolnton North Carolina Lincolnton North Carolina -::::4:::- I 1 I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I BALLARD HARDWARE We are depending upon you Young folks to help keep Arn- erica a land of the free En- terprize, a land free from Socialization. A Friendly Hardware East Sycamore Street . Phone 948 DR. BOYCE P. GRIGGS Lincolnton North Carolina Cgyjpfjpggygjj gf COllZf3fjliZ6lZfJ of GOODIN-BURRIS FURNITURE COMPANY. INC A FRIEND Lincolnton North Carolina ATOMIC PAINT COMPANY, INC. Manufacturers of LACQUERS - SEALERS STAINS - REDUCERS JONES CHAIR, INC. "The End of the Search for Better Chairs" Dia18126 1210 Second Avenue, S, W, Lenoir Road Hickory North Carolina Hickory North Carolina Complirlzefztf of SAIN AND SAIN GAS - OIL - GROCERIES A FRLEND "We sell and recommend Security Feeds" LINCOLNTON BUILDING 8: Phone 860-G-3 LoAN Assoc1AT1oN Vale North Carolina Lincolnton North Carolina RAMSEUR HARDWARE CO. CHERRY MOTORS Established 1887 Phone 38 Phone 2.791 L:il'1C011'ltOD NO1'th CaI'Olir1a Cherryville North Carolina Cowplimefzlf of THE ECONOMY DRUG STORE We fill any doctor's Prescription TAIT YARN COMPANY, INC. Phone 88 Lincolnton North Carolina EUREKA IRON WORKS LINCOLN LAUNDRY Synthetic Dry Cleaning Foundry and Machine Work Lincolnton North Carolina 908 East Main Phone 411 Cfmzplinzezzu of ROY C. HOYLE Watchmaker and Jeweler RAMSEUR'S CENTRAL CAFE Mason Building Lincolnton North Carolina SALLY'S SHOPPE Phone 448'W THE LUV-LEE SHOP Lincolnton North Carolina Crmzfvfilfzcizff of C0'NI7ff'?19'7f5 Uf B. G. LEATHERMAN J. L. SAIN Apples "C-olden Delicious" Vale North Carolina Vale North Carolina 1 I ,I I I ,x 1 1 ri I It 5 1 I 1 5 i I 1 I I I 2 I 1 I r J l 1 I 1 V ,r I I I ,P I 1 I 1 I CONNER SAIN'S GROCERY FURNITURE COMPANY Phone 663-J Phone 550 North Cedar Street Lincolnton North Carolina Lincolnton North Carolina Complinzentf of B. C. MOORE 8: SONS Lincolnton North Carolina Co nzplinzwztf of WOOD BRO. GROCERY Fresh Meats and Groceries Vale North Carolina LAWING - KEZIAH DRUG COMPANY, INC. "We fill any Doctor's Prescriptions" Phone Z4 Lincolnton North Carolina Conzplimwzff of FARMERS UNION SUPPLY COMPANY Cherryville North Carolina EVAN S. WeHUNT, D.D.S. Main Street Phones 2381 - 3616 Cherryville North Carolina HOUSER DRUG COMPANY "Prescriptions Our Specialty" Cherryville North Carolina C. E. BOYLES SERVICE STA. CITIES SERVICE RHYNE'S STORE See Us For Sherwin-Williams and DuPont Paint Groceries - Gas - Oil Wallpaper Route 2 Phone 412-J Lincolnton North Carolina Boger City North Carolina A 8: B REMNANT SHOP Materials of all Kinds Wholesale and Retail Located on Highway 150 BLAINE LEONHARDT Groceries - Gas - Oil Route Z Lincolnton North Carolina f,lf!IlIf7ffllIL'Ilf.4' of ERNEST WISE - Dealer - Statesville Feeds BLAIR CARPENTER 2 - Way Radio Taxi Prompt Courteous Service Phones 37, 600, 28 Lincolnton North Carolina ANDY MELTON MAIN STREET ESSO SERVICE Washing -P olis hing - Lubrication Atlas Products Cherryville North Carolina HARRIS CITY PAINT STORE DeSoto Paints - Wallpaper Painting Supplie s East Sycamore and Courtsquare Lincolnton North Carolina CITY BODY WORKS General Repairs Painting - Welding Glasses Installed RABY'S RESTAURANT "Enjoy Life, Eat More Often" Delicious Fried Chicken Proprietors Tender Western Steaks Gaither Keener 81 Ray Stallings Cherryville North Carolina Hickory North Carolina GILBERT'S HOKE 81 ROBINSON-JEWELERS Watches - Diamonds Repair Work Boger City North Carolina SERVICE STATION 8: USED CARS Sell, Trade, or Buy G. 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