Union High School - Acorn Yearbook (Vale, NC)

 - Class of 1953

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'Tis true a teacher cannot immediately see the good she accomplishes, but many of Miss Davis's pupils will ever see her as a guiding star beckoning them on to higher things and a nobler way of life, and truly they shall rise up and call her Blessed. l What a lovely picture to think of each child that was ever taught by her as being one tiny star in her brilliant crown. Yes, Heaven must be brighter by Miss Myrtle's being there. She lived for those who loved her, For those who knew her true, For the Heaven that smiled above her And wanted her spirit, toog For the cause that lacked assistance, For the wrong that needed resistance For the future in the distance, And the good that she could do. INIMHMORD1 ,A .,,,. g,,,'I'-' fy I f f A xi E Q Y,,,M UB: n v- .. , G., 1 at fi 5 gy V ? . .,V. 1 ' 177' ' , i f' A ,Mi , A A. 5 wahfwdwf MISS MYRTLE DAVIS K SCHOOL SONG To you we'll be true, Union High, And for you we will all stand together, For you, only you, Union High, We will fight until we die, May the orange and the black proudly wave, O'er the school we are loyal to forever, May her labors bring strength to her name And may the love we share for Union never waver ADMINISTRATION PRINCIPAL Mr Leonard Scronce SCHOOL BOARD Mr. Robert Abernethyg Mr. M. H. GOIHS Chalrman Mr. Paul Saing Mr. Kohn Heavner Ritchie. 1i1 '!""""P" 4' I 11511 :I LC " ,f f ,-5 gz f. .. 1 , 'Qzpyl Ig' fi'-' E gf V :r 5 - li If.: , f., . . A, . , , 4. X' I as im 'H rmx QQ '9llIdu,-J" MR. S. E. RICHBOURG Agriculture MRS. STERLING BOWMAN Geography and Eighth Grade MRS. FORREST ALLEN Bookkeeping and Typing MRS. RUSSELL SEAGLE Eighth Grade MR. F. W. KISER Seventh Grade ' A FACULTY MRS. E. C. RHYNE English and French MR. LEWIS HEAVNER History and Mathematics MR. HUGH HOYLE Mathematics and Science MISS VILINDER CRUSE Mathematics Home Economics if L l'1',Q' , 3 E' ,gay K ,Z :T , .-s3,, v .-f ' , E. X 4 ,f ffm? is f FACULTY Sixth Grade MRS. FRANK KILLIAN Fifth Grade MISS HELEN JONAS Fourth Grade MRS. RALPH YODER Fourth gl Fifth Grades "fb-f Qs.. 4-Qu... ' in MRS. CLYDE MULLEN Third Grade MRS. PAUL BANGLE Second Grade MRS. HAL SCRONCE First S1 Second Grades MISS PAULINE MOSTELLER First Grade MRS. DAN MOSTELLER Music ' -.c ' 1 - , 7 ,Q 5 . WN, 9, wax 1 ' , X N A ' , 5 X " . Q .X A . V I A 'Q , ' e 5 J ,tg I is wwf - Q .,': . I Refwii A ' - . , '4 ' L KA ff H fagmvx A-41, -.ix fa , 411,-we - 5, JN ' 27 vv .R ,A N. ' ' ' 1 AY f fl., . A 1 . x F5 , , Q Q Y W 'egg H -' . 4. :mmf .gl f 5 h v?!A05W'4""39' bv-M' . ,--'-.. , MASCOTS -4 'Wm 'Xp LARRY EUG AIN Son of Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Sai ENE S JEWEL KAY GILBERT Daughter of n Mr. and Mrs. . . ' CLASS R B Gilbert of '53 CLASS POEM e end of our Senior year. ny of us may shed many a tear, or sorrow, others for joy, Some for fond memories left en-store. We are grateful to our teachers so patient and true, Who always seemed to help us through. We will never forget, it seems, Our home-room teacher fair as a queen. To our parents who sent us through, May we to them never be untrue. Their encouraging words mean more to us Than we ever let them know, I trust. In years to come when I walk down the street A great businessman may I meetg Then I can proudly say as he goes rushing by He was my classmate from Union Hi. As we travel on that upward road, 1 May we look to God to help carry our burden and load. Through the will of God may we become wiser, and never live like the poor miser. Here we are near th Here ma Some f I C E etess, Sue Richard u I lass Po al wd""9Mv 49 sr. X. W- -Q 1 I J'-Zn 3 V f +P? 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SUE RICHARD BONNIE MAE PEELER GERALDINE LEONHARDT PEGGY LEATHERMAN SENIORS DEAN REEP JANE ROYSTER BONNIE SAIN BILL SCRONCE JI. V ix MT? f' .S-P ' 5. , X-Q, ff SENIORS xh , Wfhuf US 1 mlm 'QS Ss 1 , -. 4 .164 il I QHUN 'iv 1 1 dl +66 VIRGINIA WHITENER EMMA .IO WARLICK SHIRLEY WARLICK BENNY YOUNT CLASS PRCPHECY There was the usual backslapping, handshaking, and well, some of the soft-hearted girls shed afew tears. I guess that's the way all class reunions are, or at least ours was. Yes, after ten years, we were once again high school kids in the senior class of'53 at dear old Union High. I was really amazed to find all of us there, but after all, it's so inspiring to see your friends and classmates again. A E A There was Jimmy Heavner, Class President of '53, but now doing engineering work on the Pacific Coast. Who should be driving a taxi but Bonnie Sain. She has a fleet of her own in Lincolnton. Rather proud of you, Bonnie! You can't think of Bonnie Sain without Bonnie Peeler. She was there, telling about her career as telephone operator in Charlotte. Auton's Machine Shop. The proprietor could be none other than Robert Auton. His two worthy helpers, the Grigg boys, Bud and Jim. From what I heard, it must be a very thriving business. Upholding the law is Dean Reep, Sheriff of Lincoln County. We need more solid citizens like you, Dean. The nation's best-selling novel, "Chained to My Heart", was written by Irene Gilbert. I knew she liked writing, but was surprised to find she took it as a career. Three of the girls are now wearing the white uniform of mercy. Sue Richard, Jean Gil- bert, and Marie Johnson. Nurses are always in demand, girls. We always were an intelligent bunch, and J e r r y H ou s e r proved it when he traveled to Washington, D. C. , and took over the job as Chief F. B. I. Agent in that city. Congratulations, Jerry! Like father, like son - so Edward Helms followed in the footsteps of his Dad, and is now building homes all over the state. The famoufs fashion designers of a fabulous shop in New York City are Shirley Warlick and Virginia Whitener. Must be a wonderful life from the way they described it! I wasn't surprised at all to learn that Benny Yount was head of the Athletic Department at Lenoir Rhyne. Without a doubt, Benny always was a lover of sports. Carroll Hoyle seems to have an interesting life -Professor of Biology at one of our lead- ing universities. There just isn't a stopping place to what the class of"53 can do. One of our girls had already started her career as housewife before we graduated. Now it's a full-time job for Madge Warlick Heavner. And Jo, dear little Jo Warlick. She always was a working girl, still is, owner of a beauty shop in Hickory. Lewis Leatherman didn't go to the big city. He's still right in Vale, and a very prospe- rous dairy farmer. Peggy Carswell always did like 4-H Club work. She is now th e 4-I-I leader inLinc oln County. Working as a mechanic is Jack Beam. He said he liked his job fine. Jane Royster is a very efficient stewardess on the Western Airlines. Jane always seemed just that type. Jamsie Lee Cody. Well, she is a professional cheerleader for the Blue Devils of Duke University. Jimmy Gilbert is at home and a very prominent farmer. Geraldine Leonhardt is swimming champion of North Carolina. Back in high school, she really had the energy for a swimmer. Then there was Bill Scronce, or better still, Captain William Scronce, home on a few days' leave and proudly bearing the Banner of the United States Marines. Evoid Fisher is now a very prominent businessman. That takes care of them, and looking at myself, I Wonder just what I have accomplished. A few grey hairs, but after all, I can't expect to get younger as the years go by. I guess I'm just another cog in the wheel of life. The Class of '53 is living up to the expectations of their parents, the teachers and super- visors of U on High and are grasping life with much enthusiasm. Prophet, Peggy Leatherman I s - , N iff- s . .55 ,. C T --,,, 'I ' ,'.1- '-usp... f' ulll . ' - 'J ' . if ,.-1s"' ', .S - T I-f'....-, . rd N x. H .... -Aviv wr ,N-vi Ya A fn... Mi I A, I F "' 'Il-1-, . . " X li-, f.,,1n,,,,,m ' '1 C Q yy . "Inu if , -, .. puma 4 ,, .- K ' ,, , -1' "' , f1..,.. . '. I , L , H 1 5.52 ..-4-,,.,, s - V, N- , , ,1'.- ' , ., .' ..-:-rrmn., -.a.1'::,9I", ,- ...gaze "W, , -El r L'.-um.,,ug,-,.g-- -1-N. .- Jn. Q. LAST WILL AND TESTAMENT We, the Senior Class of '53, being of sound mind and body, leave behind certain traits and reputations of ours. Seeing our achievements, we hope they will also strive to reach the top. With a final gesture, we hereby leave to them our personal property. To the Faculty, we hereby will and bequeath our sincere appreciation for their patient work and kindness shown to us during our high school years. To the Juniors, we will our ability to elect officers, hoping they have better success than we did. To the Sophomore Class, we will our ability to get along with the teachers. We will and bequeath to the Freshman Class our ability to make good grades. We will our personal property as follows: I, Robert Auton, hereby will my ability to get better grades in English to my brother, hoping he does better than I did. I, Jack Beam, do hereby will my ability to get along with the teachers to anyone who can't do so. I, Peggy Carswell, will my bus to Bill Sain, and my good times at Union to Shirley Sain and Joan I-Iartsoe. I, Jamsie Lee Cody, do hereby will all my good times at Union High to Hazelene Houser and Frankie Sue Morgan, with the hopes that they don't forget to study. I, Irene Gilbert, do hereby will my ability to eat and talk in class to Joyce Gilbert, in hopes that she can keep up the good work. We, Jean Gilbert and Sue Richard, hereby will and bequeath to Harrilene Allen and Mary Carolyn Sain our closet in Mrs. Rhyne's room, hoping they can talk over secrets without other ears hearing as well as we did. I, Jimmy Gilbert, hereby will and bequeath all I never learned from all the books I never read to anyone that never passed. I, Bud Grigg, will my seat in the twelfth grade to Bill Sain. I, Jim Grigg, hereby will my ability to study to Gene Reep, with the hopes that he can learn more than I did. I, Jimmy Heavner, in sound mind and good health, do hereby will my ability to get in an argument to Gerald I-Iallman, hoping he wins more than I did. I, Madge Heavner, will my ability to get a husband to Sarah Heavner, hoping she will be as happy as I am. I, Edward Helms, hereby will and bequeath my bus to anyone who thinks he can keep it quiet. I, Jerry Houser, do hereby will my ability to get through school without knowing anything to Bill Sain. I, Carroll Hoyle, will my study hall to Ronald Wise, hoping he studies more than I did. I, Marie Johnson, hereby will my ability to play the piano to Louise and Shirlene, hoping they can play much better than I can. I, Lewis Leatherman, hereby will my good times at Union I-IighSchpol to TedfFuzz.yjSain. I, Peggy Leatherman, do hereby will my sound-proof room, that Mr. Heavner forgot to build for me, to Joye I-Iilton and Sue Hoyle, with the high hopes that, if he builds one for them, he'll put a picture window in it. I, Bonnie Peeler, do hereby will my ball suit to "Sis", hoping she has as much fun using it as I have. I, Dean Reep, hereby will my back seat in English Class to BusterfCrabQGilbert in hopes that he can learn more than I did. I, Jane Royster, do will and bequeath my special seat on the bus to my sister, Linda Royster. I, Bonnie Sain, will my ability as bus driver to my brother, Forney Sain. I, Bill Scronce, will my ability to act crazy to whoever wants it. I, Emma Jo Warlick, do hereby will my seat in study hall, under Mr. Heavner, to my sister, Martha, hoping she doesn't get called down as much as I did. We, Shirley Warlick and Virginia Whitener, will to Joe Warlick and David Taylor our fa- vorite seats in the office, hoping they don't have to occupy them as often as we did. I, Benny Yount, will my bus to anyone who knows how to double clutch it, and I also will my basketball suit to Bill Sain. I, Evoid Fisher, do hereby will my ability to get dates with pretty girls to whoever wants it. I, Geraldine Leonhardt, hereby will to Carolyn Houser and Louise Reep, my special seat on Bus No. 24. Witnessed, Therefore, on both our light and serious side, we set this our seal, upon our last years at Union. Signed: Bonnie Peeler Te stator CLASS HISTORY We, the Seniors of 1953, are now finishing twelve long years of hard work. It seemed confusing at first, but gradually we became ac- customed to the daily routine. In our Freshman year, we were thirty-five in number. The class officers that year were President, Jerry Houserg Vice -President, Ben- ny Yountg Secretary and Treasurer, Carroll Hoyle, Reporter, Virginia Whitener. As Sophomores, there were thirty-three in number. That year eight of our girls were chosen as waitresses for the Junior-Senior Ban- quet. Several of our boys and girls were on the basketball team. Our class officers that year were President, Benny Yountg Vice -President, Jimmy Heavnerg Secretary and Treasurer, Carroll Hoyle, Reporter, Jerry Houser. There were twenty-eight enrolled in our Junior year. The high- light of our Junior year was the Junior-Senior Banquet we gave April Fourth in honor of the Seniors. It was held in the school cafeteria with a Dutch the me . During that year twelve members were initiated into the National Beta Club, and held positions on the "Trail Blazer" staff. We had se- ven girls and four boys on the basketball team. The title of our Junior play was "The Campbells Are Coming". The officers that year were President, Jerry Houserg Vice-Pre- sident, Jimmy Heavnerg Secretary-Treasurer, Peggy Carswellg Repor- ter, Peggy Leatherman. Then came the "Big Year", our Senior year, with twenty-nine in number. At the first of the year we received our rings. We elected the staff for the "Acorn" and began working on it. We also had time to get up a play entitled, "Look Out Lizzie". The officers for our Senior year are President, Jimmy Heavnerg Vice -President, Jerry Houserg Secretary-Treasurer, Peggy Carswellg Reporter, Peggy Leatherman. Our mascots we elected from the first grade were Jewell Kay Gilbert and Larry Sain. We're proud that one of our members, Irene Gilbert, has been able to come twelve years without missing any. We're proud of this, the history of our high school years. Now our high school years are over and we go forward to our life ahead. Historian, Jean Gilbert AUTOGRAPHS CLASS OF '53 WW? Aj W QEQQM Jilwafw 52122 221321 ifcwgw iwwifw A4 5225732 ?i9g"2L'JfZ fwwll 045, ymv -r 5-G-?"' .' R. 'Y 5 Y., X A. I 5 -.f , wggiim 9 ' - ,PPL ,, ,,4l:.'f"3"4' V1 i n ,, , .mm .f N 3 'T -rf'-,ft , F 'fif-' 'Ns pei? ,fv2v"'r.Ia'Ps , f,w,,.,. UPJ L i 1- A W: Si S . dm Lg . 1 V , 1 . , ' 1104 i ,'i-g-1 H A41-ui-'ff f' , 'f Q' - ' g't'-S, "' -,.1' JJ-". . . L' ' ' . , -' . '-s4e,g'a, , ,, ' ' . ' . ,, l N-Q, m1,,..,v- , -'f J.:g3x"1i'Q u r r "f , 1 .- Ctglf I w V wx e Jn if S. ? A Q F ,, ?2 9 i 2 9 N. W if 1- 1 E? , 1 4 45:6 ,. 'SNS W ..,,,,.,...,,,.f"' S aug 'sq iw A CLASSES Nga, is JUNICDR CLASS M , ., ZZ WN-...A V f f W- ,sf ' A .. F "M f" , M ix he K 'R - fs, f x J mf' V ,V , :Ll 'Egy- 'irrxv' ar Wflug.. R., V, W, f 'X ' 'Ik .-,-. A li' ,W H' " : L -...A will gf' p .J 3 President Bill Sain Vice -President Frank Ritchie Secretary-Treasurer Joan Reep Reporter Sarah I-Ieavner Harrilene Allen Shirley Auton R. C. Canipe Dean Carpenter Helen Clark Walter Clark Joyce Gilbert Aileen Guiton Jerald Hallman Sue Jane Harmon Joye Hilton Jack Hoover Ethel I-Iouser Bobbie Hoyle Sue Hoyle Jennie Jones Frances Lantz Carl Leatherman Ida Ledford Mickie Mitchum Frankie Sue Morgan Barbara Reep Louise Reep Mary Carolyn Sain Neil Sain Betty Jane Scronce Cecil Scronce Donald Scronce Mary Sue Scronce Carolyn Smith David Taylor JoeWarlick Martha Warlick Ronald Wise MN 1 SCJPHOMCDRE CLASS I l. X, 2 rmlllfil Q png, bsq tx-- Qing .,.,,s 3 xf' V f will W ' wr 'S-me f.1 s Nr-f' H X ll, pf al arxix is Q ,A . 'N I e ,R ' 'fgfwh . X 'QL' 4 5- ' B- vq.:,,,, . A f ,Q X x xW C2 :mm- 'HR s ,VJ R We lk M J we 1 President Hazeline Houser Vice -President Max Conner Secretary-Treasurer Shirley Sain Reporter Doris Brown Dorothy Abernethy Howard Auton Guy Beam Lester Canipe AvNeail Carpenter Emma Laura Carpenter Shelby Carswell Doris Duckworth Paul Elmore J. B. Gilbert Ralph Gilbert Ted Harkey Jimmy Heavner Sadie Helms Shirley Houser Jean Ingle Louise Johnson Peggy Jonas ' Margaret Ledford Clara Peeler Gene Reep Barbara Jean Sain David Sain Ted Sain Bob Scronce Clifton Scronce Lottie Scronce Jonnie Ann Seagle Shirley Faye Smith Dean Stroupe Rosie Tessner Jean Warlick Eleanor Whitene r Charlc s Wood .?""- 'S r . 'Yr' ,. SOPHOMCDRE CLASS 58 "lg,--f' xwf , 'uw 'ins-. R 5.-M Is.- Wu 'EF-9-v -91 lwgf Q. a A ge . V5.5-7. 5 I s .1 i 3,1431 A. W -' X LA! "' wi, 9' ,Q ,gf -Q, Q13 T vp 4 all Q A y NINTH GRADE A fp. -21: 1 -tix E-we . - ' Y. I 'xxx zz.. ,a fd-, V, In AQ' Lf 1 xi' Fifa' n , X E ' x is gli" x 2 x I I 5: ' 'ii fn N AQ 1 at , . 'X S . Q y VN sf' X L fu 5 -ana- 3? WA 8- NCB., li 5, F M 'T as B,-Q' wr 'V sa! Q 34. -1- L- QQF' x I . , A ' x 'X "'-P President Kenneth Ritchie Vice-President Forney Sain Secretary-Treasurer Peggy Taylor Reporters Yvonne Peeler Marteeny Ingle Martenny Ingle Bobby Hoyle Bertha Peeler Donald Reep Margaret Reep Joyce Rudisill Gene Sain Helen Scronce Glenn Scronce Lucille Scronce Ray Slaughter Elvie Spivey Ralph Warlick Bobby Wise Eugene Wood Peggy You.nt President Alma Jordan Vice -President Dean I-Ieavner Secretary-Treasurer Peggy GuitonfNot Shown, Reporter Billie Jean Elmore Azalee Anthony John Bolinger Geneva Carpenter Christine Gilbert John Gilbert Gerald Green Buster Hartsoe Ruby Heavner Grace Houser Johnny Hughes Betty Leigh Betty Massagee Shirley Morgan Har old Martin Dor othy W ood NINTH GRADE B ,IW 'ak Q -. , 'K 5 1' tzi. 6- ' f nw eff! 041 as "x I K-an-n ip-Q f' ff? "" it W3 fs X 'Q 1 a 3 l dlltkwla I K Q- " -if 1 . M 'sud ' 5-x X ,J Aw' A "Nia Sf. 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A - 'I .V 4 ' Mg , J Q-f we i V 1 .' ,:, W , if' ww uf, . iv' , 'U' , 1: f-' A i P J - -- ' , 'lg-2, y1'??3,Q7fg ff'a....,3'?' f:' ,f,fr,1 , 5, 5, ,Ap V " ff i zatgff ,,,::?gz-,23'qa,i?y' ,,Q,a.-Qg"f:i', g..MfQQ " - 'sslfn QM", MAX, - f " ' - ... , 4.01 'll 'f3'f"'!.If Nei' lw-.Li My " T, in - ff' -if' First Row: Mrs. Bowman, Bobby Dean Elmore, David Smith, Shirlene Johnson, Dorothy Helms, Mary Sue Thomas, Carlene Wright, Frankie Sue Beam, Wilma Canipe, Vivian Sain, Linda Royster, Ruby Waters, Barbara Harkey, Joann Hollaway. Second Row: T.M. Carpenter, Robert Anthony, Mike Ingle, Betty Lutz, Allene Lynch, Doris Hoyle, Marilyn Hoover, Dotty Sisk, Sue Ledford, Carolyn Wise, Elizabeth Smith, Rachel Scronce, Min- nie Cook, Nancy Coon, Margaret Gilbert, Ann Hoover, Carolyn Houser, Mrs. Seagle. Third Row: Donald McGraw, Leon Wood, Doye Chapman, Dean Ward, James Lutz, Sonny Childers, Ray Champion, Wayne Grigg, Kenneth Gilmore, Tommy Williams, Bobby Lee Elmore, Charles Spivey, Dean Sain, Johnny Lantz, Bobby Scronce, Glenn Brooks, Roger Richard, T. C. Scronce. Not Pictured: Johnny Houser, Odell Angle, Rebecca Arm- strong, Cecilia Wise, Hazel Scronce, Starlene Logan. First Row: Frances Canipe, Carolyn Scronce, Judy Helms, Peggy Kiser, Gloria Dean Cody, Clara Beam. Second Row: Earlene Sain, Faye Scronce, Betty Abernethy, Peggy Johnson, Nancy Gilbert, Mary Sue Seagle. Third Row: Bobby Taylor, Wayne Sigmon, Beunie Scronce, Anne Leigh, Bobby Johnson, Sammie Sain, Avery Jenkins. Fourth Row: George Bivins, Clyde Jenkins, C. F. lngle, Wayne Gilbert. Fifth Row: Fred Smith, Ed- ward Heavner. EIGHTH GRADE SMTH GRADE First Row: Ted Hartsoe, Roger Warlick, Ralph Warlick, Larry Sain, Harold Scronce, Billy Rudisill. Second Row: Paul Carpenter, Joan Jones, Nellie Elmore, Alice Mostel- ler, Margaret Leatherman, Harvey Thomas. Third Row: Mills Green, Max Green, Ruth Hoover, Linda Duckworth, Sue Scronce, Shirley Conner. Fourth Row: Carl Wilson, Ja- nice Logan, Bryon Reep, Neill Propst, Mary Rudisill. Fifth Row: Kenneth Scronce, Ha- rold Bivens, Troy Scronce, Nelson Jordan, Max Beam, Mrs. Merle Powell, Robert Whi- tener. First Row: Faye Warlick, Judy Jonas, Willie Faye Helms, Max Johnson, Larry Johnson, Peggy Scronce, Jimmy Warlick. Second Row: Brenda Cai-swell, Carolyn Green, Jane Propst, Madgalene Helms, Maxine Johnson, Bobby Abernethy. Third Row: Dollie Jen- kins, Joyce Dellinger, Imogene Clanton, Christine Crowder, Carol Heavner, J. R.Haynes. Fourth Row: Richard Biggerstaff, B. E. Gilbert, Jimmy Elmore, Eugene Sain, Carolyn Leigh, Robert Lutz. Fifth Row: Frances Gilbert, Mrs. Killian, teacher, Elizabeth Hoo- ver, Jane Killian, Harold MCCraw. Not Pictured: Linda Gilbert, Steve Carpenter, Jer- ry Houser, Larry Leonard. . , , . , FWTH GRADE :fr 'in-. FOURTH AND HFTH GRADE First Row: Zakie Warlick, Robert Allen, David Warlick, Terry Whitener, Randy Scronce, Wayne Rudisill, Mary Warlick. Second Row: Brenda Sain, Charles Wood, Ezell Scronce, Douglas McCraw, Judy Scronce. Third Row: Sadie Smith, Nancy Sain, Jerry Thomas, Richard Slaughter, Bessie Lowery, Mrs. Yoder. Fourth Row: Barry Sain, Franklin Scronce, Billy Sisk, Jean Wyant. Not Pictured: James Wise, Judy Seagle, Bobby Gene Haynes, Raymond Slaughter. n First Row: Ray Elmore, Ned Johnson, Shirley Johnson, Judy Gilbert, Sally Haynes, Keith Sain, Jimmy Scronce. Second Row: William Bivens, Larry Gilbert, Tony Gilbert, Ralph Johnson, Jr. , Linda Powell, Joann Stroupe. Third Row: Brenda Leatherman, Cyrus An- thony, Tommy Hoover, Tommy Rhyne, Floyd Peeler, Billie Reep, Larry Yoder. Fourth Row: Ethel Carpenter, Carolyn Scronce, Mikey Kiser, Hollis Miller, Thames Lutz, Miss Jonas. Not Pictured: Jeannette Helms, Dorothy Beam, Jerry Mosteller, Carol Scronce, Ray Helms, David Franklin, Jimmie Mason. 620 FOURTH GRADE THIRD GRADE First Row: Billy Kiser, Beth Warlick, Sandra Hartsoe, Larry Heavner, David Clanton, Dorothy Helms, Brenda Helms. Second Row: Elizabeth Lutz, Judy Smith, Dewey Smith, Maxine Propst, Ted Cody, Kenneth Heavner. Third Row: Reba Elmore, Dean Rudisill, Reba Mahaley, Jea.ne Leigh, Rita Wise, James Wilson. Fourth Row: Paula Yount, Mar- garet Yount, Gene Scronce, David Mosteller, Donald Newton, Darrel Scronce. Fifth Row: Janice Whitener, Joyce Childers, Joh.n Engle, Ray Gilbert, Alfred Canipe, Mrs. Mullen Not Pictured: Johnny Rhyne, Gene Mosteller, Max Abernethy, Jerry Wyant, Otha Lynch Brenda Carpenter, Clara Gilbert, Larry Hoyle, Billy Helms. First Row: Jimmy Lewis Haynes, Berna Sain, Dean Sain, James Helms, Mary Helms, Hal Scronce,Jr. , Joyce Warlick, Jacqueline Houser. Second Row: Brenda Hoover, Dean Scronce, Tommy York, Jimmy Haynes, Roy Yount, Larry Jones, Keith Scronce, Third R ow: L a r r y Re e p, Ronald Sain, Larry Newton, Jimmy Killian, Janice Wilson, D. A. Stroup. Fourth Row: Wayne Yoder, Peggy Ledford, Annette Sain, Bobby Bivens, Farrel Lutz, Mrs. Bangle. SECOND GRADE fv , . -69" FIRST AND SECOND GRADE First Row: Carolene Anthony, Susan Cline, Bobby Brooks, Robert Coon, Charles Cody, Larry Taylor, Jane Bivens. Second Row: Lealta Fulbright, Libby Goins, Linda Ingle, Coley Gilbert, Patricia Clanton, Alice Chapman, Kay Dellinger. Third Row: Larry Ca- nipe, Jerry Elcore, Charles Anthony, Farrel Carpenter, Mrs. Scronce. Fir s t R ow: Steve Jordan, Jessie Seagle, Dean Helms, Phyllis Hoover, Earl Jenkins, Helen Heavner, Dean Scronce, Jerry Smith. Second Row: Wanda Sain, Kenneth Ward, Dianne Propst, Kaye Kiser, Jimmy Rhyne, Robert Mahala, Jewel Gilbert, Pete Whitener. 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'44 M . 1 mm,--:x,,, an-4.,N-,www ,f ww W knuwrr- - x h .wwf , .Ju 9 -QM wwf' .vw w .1 y lwl "lr :" :aw N wz, wp X ' ,Y ' li-X V as 'wr ' -Y , - -. .,,..,, .x aa. 8 -14-,y HEERLE DER 4f'Y 'L"3f N., arfwr 347 f f f if f f x W fm f gf "8 b .Wim f f '31 W1 9 A f ff db 599,50 f W MGM if5Q'v , , fa' .azz .IW ' 'L N X-M , Ebg -3,2 fi 'vw V f- ' 4 wp, L . gn' f"T"i"'9'9'N17?iff1Q'?'i'?7?'f' " .N - DRIVIN CLASSE L' - -A. . . . .QA K ing: ivy-'f'v.yf A' 2- 4 F, I . ,- wwf ai Qi5Q?.-- , 1-5"-Q 5 'f -sz . ,. ,V ' ' . -, YN. ' ' V . my A. ,- ,' UNA 4 ,ya 5 ms' ,f:,..x:"-xgzaf wW.w1.w.-M Tx U ,,.--M., SEVENTH GRADE , X r , -.K f First Row: Louise Haynes, Ruth Willis, Evelyn Martin, Martha Leatherman. Second Row: Jerry Scronce, M. D. Morgan, Lander I-leafner, Ann Wright. Third Row: George Peeler, Yates Reep, Jack Dellinger, Harold Canipe, Jack Huss. SMTH GRADE First Row: Bobby Rudisill, Kay Smith, Joyce Ledford, Clarice Smith, Julia Heavner Second Row: Peggy Gales, Dianne Tutherow, Billy Reep, Jane Heavner, Paul Childers Third Row: Joann Fisher, Billy Elmore, Robert Guiton, N. C. Huss. Fourth Row: Ed Win Huss, Glenn Morgan, Jerry Gilbert. HFTH GRADE vi, ,M ,smi- 4 First Row: Henry Houser, Linda Hallman, Kay Davis, Timmy Reynolds, Jerry Huss Clyde Ingle. Second Row: Kenneth Johnson, Peggy lngle, Mary Lee Taylor, Brenda Gil bert, Danny Houser, Linda Sue Heafner. Third Row: Nancy Morgan, Jerry Canipe, Bil ly Hughes, Barbara Withers, Clafton Tessner. Fourth Row: Rosa Nell Armstrong, J. D Houser, Ralph Grigg, Mary Haynes, Ruth Ingle. First Row: Clement Hahn, Philip Hoover, Brenda Houser, Brenda Champion, Earlene Avery, Dean Johnson. Second Row: Jimmie Leatherman, Lewis Wright, Danny Canipe, Buddy Smith, Gene Houser, Jane Hughes. Third Row: Johnny Moore, Larry Wise, Faye Mitchem, Helen McAlister, Welden Peeler. Fourth Row: Charles McAlister, Glenn Wil- lis, Rosy Mae Helms, Holly Dean Lowe, Howard Fisher. FOURTH GRADE 1 " v THIRD GRADE up , First Row: Evelyn Fisher, Gale Leonhardt, Rachel Hahn, Tommy Heafner, Peggy Ann Hoover, Carol Dean Auton. Second Row: Judy Grigg, Nancy Peeler, Faye Reep, Patri- cia Smith, Bobby Royster, Billy Joe Heavner. Third Row: Larry Morgan, Hugh Helms, Danny lngle, Barbara Jo Moore, Sybil Peeler. Fourth Row: Phyllis Willis, Darrel Hou- ser, Rodger Huss, Ralph Blackwell. First Row: Sandra Hoover, Patsy Moore, Craig Wood, Jr. , Linda Huss, Martha Lee Yar- brough. Second Row: Janice Willis, Donald Huss, Roy Lee Lowe, Jimmy Sain, Mary Ru- disill, Geraldine McAllister. Third Row: Agnes Blackwell, Kay Haynes, Carl Sain,Jr. , Lloyd Houser. N ot Pictur ed: Wanda Huss, Emma Jean Bolding, Mary Allen, Dickie Cornwell, Linda Kay Smith. , se gi..-fini g , ZH"-1, ,""l-A is , 51 :ff r SECOND GRADE FIRST GRADE Left to right: Joan McCal1iste r, Steve Canipe, Vickie Scronce, Bob- by Lynch, Gary Pendleton, Sammy Joe Armstrong, Elizabeth Heavner, Barney Fisher, Brenda Saine, Roy Lee Haynes, Clinton Houser, Tony Reynolds, Fred Farmer, Jr. , Clau- dette Hoyle, Rebecca Hoover, Ger- ald Hahn, Jimmy Houser, Elizabeth Candiff, Jimmy Hughe s, Vernon Avery, Billy Auton, Hazel Lou Helms, Janie Hollaway, Carolyn Avery. rg- ,A , 'F' C ' 4 , . . A 4-H CLUB 'www MUSIC CLUB First Row: Rachel Hahn, Peggy Hoover, Faye Reep, Linda Hallman. Second Row: E velyn Fisher, Judy Grigg, Jerry Huss, Danny Houser. Third Row: Kay Davis, Lewis W r ig ht, Clement Hahn, Linda Sue Heavner. Fourth Row: Jane Heav- ner, Julia Heavner, Dianne Tuthe- row, Clarice Smith, Ann W right, Peggy Gales, Joann Fisher, Joyce Ledford, Kay Smith. SENIOR STATISTICS ROBERT AUTON 4-H 1, 2, 35 F. F. A, l, 2, 35 Typing 45 Baseball 3. JACK BEAM 4-H 15 Dramatics Club 3, 45 Beta Club 3, 45 Ty- ping 35 Science Club 3. PEGGY O'NEIL CARSWELL 4-H l, 2, 3, 4, President 35 Glee Club 1,2, 3, 4, Secretary5 Beta Club 3,4, Secretary 4, Con- vention 45 Typing 35 Bible Club 15 Bus Driver 45 Girls' State 35 Choir 25 Safety Ed. 45 F.H.A, 45 Student Librarian 25 Honor Roll 1, 2, 3, 45 Perfect Attendance 2, 35 Junior-Senior Banquet Waitress 2, Toast to Teachers5 Class Secre- tary gl Treasurer 3,45 Junior Marsha.l5 Junior Play5 Trail Blazer Staff 3, 45 Prettiest Senior5 Annual Staff 45 Softball l, 2, 3, 4, Co-Captain 45 Basketball l, 2, 3, 4. JAMSIE LEE CODY 4-H l, 2, 3, 45 Glee Club 2, 3, 4, Operetta 35 Drarnatics Club 3, 45 Typing 45 Bible Club 15 Le Cercle Francais 2, 35 F. H. A. 45 Choir 25 Cheer - leader 3,45 Driving 4. DORA JEAN GILBERT Beta Club 3, 4, Convention 3, 45 Typing 45 Bible 15 Glee Club l,2, 3,4, Operetta 35 4-I-I l,2, 3, 45 Le Cercle Francais 2, 35 Choir 1,25 Honor Roll l, Z, 45 Perfect Attendance 1, 2, 45 F. H.A. 45 Junior-Senior Banquet Waitress 25 Trail Blazer Staff 3, 45 Basketball 3, 4. IRENE GILBERT 4-H 1, 2, 3, 4,Song Leader 35 Bible Club 15 Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 45 Science Club 25 Beta Club 3, 45 F.H. A. 45 Trail Blazer Staff 3, 45 Honor Roll 1, 2, 3, 45 Perfect Attendance 1-125 Junior Play. JAMES OSCAR GILBERT F. F. A. l, 2, 3, 4, Convention 3, Chapter Sec- retary 3, Tool Identification 2, 35 4-H1, 45 Ty- ping Club 35 Bus Driver 3, 45 Junior Playg Base - ball 3, 45 Basketball 3, Manager 45 Perfect At- tendance l, 2, 3, 45 Friendliest Senior 4. BUD GRIGG F.F.A.1.2, 3,45 4-H 15 Typing Club 4. JIM GRIGG F.F.A. 1,z, 3,4, Typing 4, 4-H Club 1. JERRY HOUSER Class President 1, 3, Vice-President 2,45 4-I-I 1, 25 F.F.A. 2, 3, 4, Chapter President 35 Key Club 2, 3, 4, Secretary 35 Beta Club 3, 4, Vice- President 45 Junior Marshal 35 Junior Play5 Toast Master at Junior -Senior Banquet 35 Ty- ping Club 35 Trail Blazer Staff 3, 45 Basketball 3, 45 Baseball 3, 45 Bus Driver 45 "Most Hand- some" 45 Acorn Editor-in-Chief 45 Honor Roll 1, 45 Perfect Attendance 1, 2, 3, 4. EVOID FISHER 4-H 4: F.F.A. 4. JIMMIE I-IEAVNER F.F.A. 1, 2, 3, 4, Tool Ident. Team 1, Seed Ident. Team 1, 2, 3, 4, Beef Judging Team 1, 2, 3, 4, Convention 45 Key Club 2, 3, 4, Secretary gl Treasurer 25 Beta Club President 4, District P r e sident 4, Convention 3, 45 4-H Club 1, 4, President 45 T r ail B laz e r Staff 3, 45 Junior Marshal 35 J uni or Pl ay5 Toast to Seniors of Banquet 35 American History Medal 35 Student Librarian 35 Baseball l, 2, 3, 45 Basketball 2, 3, 45 Class Vice President 2, 3, President 45 An- nual Staff 45 "Best Athlete" 4. MADGE WARLICK HEAVNER 4-H l, 2, 3,45 Glee Club l, 2, 3, 4, Operetta 25 Dr amatic s Club 2, 35 Junior -Senior Banquet Waitress 25 Bible Club 15 Typing 35 Safety Ed. 45 F. H. A. 4. JAMES EDWARD HELMS F. F, A. 1, 2, 3, 45 Bus Driver 3, 45 Baseball 3, 45 Typing 45 Safety Ed. 45 Basketball 45 Libra- rian 4. CARROLL HOYLE Secretary gl Treasurer Z5 Typing 35 Beta Club 3, 45 Key Club 3, 45 Trail Blazer Staff 3, 45 An- nual Staff 45 Honor Roll 1, 2, 3, 45 Perfect At- cendance 1, 2, 3, 4. SENIOR STATISTICS MARIE JOHNSON AVERY 4-H Club l, 2, 3, 4, Music Club l, Z, 3, Glee Club 2, 3, 4, Bible Club Z, Science Club 3, 4, Typing Club 3, Dramatics Club 3, 4, Safety Education 4, F.H. A. 4, "Best All-Around" 4. PEGGY LEATHERMAN 4-H 1, Z, 3, 4, Glee Club 1, 2, 3,4, Basketball l, 2, 3,4, Bible Club 2, Choir Z, Junior-Senior Banquet Waitress 2, Toast to Waitress 3, Ty- ping 3, Beta Club 3,4, Reporter 4, Class Re- porter 3,4, Junior Marshal 3, Junior Play, American Legion Oratorical Contest 3, Patrio- tic Order S ons of Ame ric a Contest 3, Trail Blazer Staff 3, 4, Softball Manager 3, Safety Ed. 4, F.H.A, 4, "Most Intelligent" 4, Class Pro- phet 4, Annual Staff, Honor Roll 1, Z, 3, 4. ROBERT LEWIS LEATHERMAN F.F.A, l, 2, 3, 4, Convention 3, 4-H 1, Z., 4, Dairy Judging 2, 3, 4, Baseball 3, 4, Basketball 4, Typing 4, Safety Ed. 4, Librarian 4. GERALDINE LEONHARDT Lincolnton HighSchool 1, 2, 3,Beta Club 4, Con- vention 4, Trail Blazer Staff 4, Glee Club 4, F. H. A, 4, Basketball 4, Softball 4, Safety Ed. 4. BONNIE PEELER Banoak High School 1,4-H 2, Bible Club 2, Glee Club Z, 3, 4, Softball Z, 3, 4, Basketball 2, 3, 4, Captain 3, Co-Captain 4, Librarian 2, Beta Club 3, 4, Trail Blazer Staff 3, 4, "Most Studious" 4, "Best Athlete" 4, Testator 4, Honor Roll 2, 3, 4. CHARLES DEAN REEP 4-H l, 2, 3, 4: F. F. A. 1, 2, 3, 4, Seed Identifica- tion Team 2, 3, Dairy Judging Team 3, 4, Con- vention 3, 4, Key Club 2, 3, Beta Club 3, 4, Trail Blaze r Staff 3, 4, Typing 4, "Most Likely to Succeed" 4. SUE RICHARD 4-H 1, 2, 3,4,G1ee Club 1, Z, 3, 4, Bible Club 1, Vice President 1, Dramatics Club 1, 4, Softball 1, 2, B asketball Z, 3, Junior-Senior Banquet Waitress 2, Le Cercle Francais 2, 3, Choir 2, 33 Perfect Attendance Z, 4, Typing Club 3, Ju- nior Play 3, Beta Club 3,4, Convention 3, 4, Trail Blazer Staff 3, 4, Library Club 4, F, H. A. 4, Safety Ed. 4, Honor Roll l,2, 3, 4, "Class Poetess" 4. JANE ROYSTER 4-H1, Z, 3, Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Operetta 2, Choir Z, Bible Club 2, Softball 1,Z, 3, 4, Bas- ketball 3, 4, Dramatics Club 3, 4, Librarian Z, Typing Club 4, F, H. A. 4. BONNIE SAIN Z1-H 1, 2, 3,c.1ee Club 2, 3, Bible Club 2, Junior- Senior Banquet Waitress Z, Dramatics Club 3, 4, Basketball 3,4, Softball 3,4, Bus Driver 4, Typing Club 4, "Most Popular" 4, "Flirtiest" 4. BILL SCRONCE F. F. A. 1, 2, 3, 4, Baseball 3, 4, Bus Driver 3, 4, Typing 4. EMMA JO WARLICK Glee Club 1, Z, 3, 4, 4-I-I Club 1, 2, 3, 4,Choir Z, Bible Club 2, Dramatics 3,4, Library Club 3, Typing Club 3, Safety Ed. 4, F,I-I.A. 4, Per- fect Attendance Z. SHIRLEY LOUISE WARLICK 4-H 1, 2, 3, 4, Secretary 3, Glee Club 1, Z, 3, 4, Operetta Z, Choir Z, Libr arian l,2, 3, Bible Club Z, Perfect Attendance Z, Dramatics Club 3, Typing Club 4, F.I-I. A. 4. VIRGINIA WHITENER 4-H Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Operetta Z, Dramatics Club l,Bible Club 1, Reporter 1, Cheerleader 1,Junior-Senior Banquet Waitress Z, Student Librarian Z, 3, Beta Club 3, 4, Typing Club 3, Trail Blazer Staff 3, 4, Le Cercle Fran- cais 3, F.H,A. 4, Safety Ed. 4, Annual Staff 4, Honor Roll 1, Z, 3, 4. BENNY YOUNT F.F. A. 1, 2, 3, 4, Tool Identification Team Z, Vice President 3, Baseball 1, Z, 3, 4, Class Pre - sident Z, Key Club 2, 3, 4, Secretary 4, Basket- ball 2, 3, 4, Typing Club 3, Junior Play 3, Chief Marshal 3, Dramatics Club 4, President 4, Bus Driver 4, Business Manager of Annual 4, "Best Sport" 4, Honor Roll 1, 3,4, ?Q MQW A FRIEND HAYNES DAIRY Compliments of FIRST NATIONAL BANK Established 1903 A Friendly Bank in a Friendly Community Linc olnton North Carolina Compliments GOODIN-BURRIS FURNITURE CO. 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