Valley Springs High School - Skylark Yearbook (Asheville, NC)

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F ff E E n ? E E P, P, i i 1 W ,. L E E L E a F 2. . E 5 FJ 5 3. i , E E 5 E F, ? if i L, H, 1 E E ,- 4, L L I A ,I A . in 4 ' s ,- N rx. , L-if ihe kg Q , ,1 Here we are, the seniors of 1956, in our home room, ready for a day of stud- ies, recreation, and various activities. Come, clasp with us the keys to Knowledge and join in for a day in the school year of 1955-1956 and - - - THE 1956 5 4 3 3 E SKYLARK you And We Will I-fave. is 'fi ur: r-'Bmw im my I f Chess Mamerzls Yearbook awards at the Editor's Roundtable After the Game Decorating at Grove Park Inn for the Banquet C0 kcmembcr Speeches at the Junior-Senior Banquet Trip to the Biltmore House Measurements for Caps and Gowns ,V it Newspaper wins second at the 1955 Roundtable Girls win '54 Basketball Trophy F. H. A. Initiation E In 3 -W 4288 8281 dj I in I IQ: 0 H ..VLi K . . lv .. ff -, fl sz ' '- ga "f, if-gy i ei? F ,,., ' We, the senior class of 1956, re- alizing to whom we owe the greatest debt of gratitude, h e r e b y dedicate this volume of 'jllgg Skylark to those who have given us inspiration and en- couragernent, to those who have given their lives for our happiness , to those whose sustaining hands have soothed us in time s of need, and to those whose joy is most complete when we attain s uc c e s s . As a token of our love and appreciation for the advan- tages and opportunities which they have made possible, we dedicate this volume to Our Parents Dedication Cable Of Earztenfs AD MINIS TRATION Principal. . . . . . School Committee Faculty . . . . . Faculty Snapshots CLASSES Senior Class History Seniors ........ Juniors Sophomores. . .Freshmen Snapshots ACTIVITIES Skylark Staff ......... . . . . ..... Highlight Staff Glee Club. . .. . . . . . .Band. . . . . . . . . .Marshalls French Club, Spanish Club . . . Elementary Teachers StudentPatrol...... F.H.A. F.F.A, Secretaries . . . . . . . . 4-H. . . . . . . Debating Club ATHLETICS Gir1's Basketball . . . . . Boy's Basketball Baseball . . . . . . . . Cheerleaders Coaches . . . . . Managers FEATURES Superlatives . . . . . . . . . . . . . Dance Teams Junior-Senior Banquet. . . . . . . .Lunchroom Workers Bus Drivers and Janitors . . . . . . . . Senior Statistics Class Prophecy fhe key to INSTRUCTION Q76 . 2 5, W...-v"-sl!""-."-'-D Principal +4 MR. L. GUY mm Admznzstrailan BS Math and Science-WCC MED Administration and Supervision-UNC SCHOOL COMMITTEE Graduate Work-MIT NE X Q e, if fw - wi? MRS. J, W, CORN, Chairman MRS. GEORGE BRAUN, Secretary MR. W. J. CATHEY fN0t Pictured, MR. SAM DIXON MR. JOE A, BALDWIN 2- .fl Administration W MR, M, E. NESBITT North Carolina State B. S. In Agriculture Education AHL. MRS. DOROTHY D. DUNN University of North Carolina A, B, in English MR. DON TOMBERLIN B. S. Western Carolina College MR. HUGH R. SIZEMORE B. S., M, A, Brevard College Western Carolina College George Peabody College for Teachers X N f. MRS. LOUISE D, BALDWIN X 1' -1 Radford College B. S. in Education fl, X ,NIM 4' FN! L xl? Administration MR. JOHN BROOKS MAY Mars Hill College Western Carolina College B. S., M, A. Education MRS. NORMA DILLINGHAM MORGAN Woman's College, University of North Carolina B. 5. Home Economics " w, V MR. MAX S. RHODES Western Carolina College 'UFP A B. S. Physical Education and Social Studies MR. JOHN D. MOORE A, B, University of North Carolina M. A. Western Carolina College MISS MARTHA STEVENS Appalachian State Teacher's College X ' B. S. English and Social Studies X X . Snapshots Prinvipal 's ,Message TO THE SENIOR CLASS OF 1956 VALLEY SPRINGS HIGH SCHOOL. The faculty of Valley Springs High School has observed, with pride, your growth in all the fields of human endeav or ov e r the past four years. Y ou r progress a s a group and as an individual h a s been quite gratifying to the people that have been most interested in your success. One very outstanding characteristic of your group has been your ability to get along within your group and among other groups. lntimes when industry con- siders that the chief reason for failure is the in- ability to get along with people, this is an import- ant asset for you. Perhaps this characteristic of yours and other groups of your age, will grow to influence our National leadership in its efforts to get along harmoniously with other peoples. When we stop to consider by what criterion we s hall u s e , we find that it is impossible to measure the success of a person by such limited things a s the amount of money he accumulates, the power he builds up, or the ease with which he fools people. No, success is not a stagnate state of being which one reaches and then stopsg rather it is a pr oc e s s , an active process with varying d e g r e e s . Success, therefore, can be measured only in t e r m s of growth. It matters not in what field of human endeavor you are en- gaging, if you a r e growing in that field you are succeeding. When you stop growing you will stop succeeding. We hope that you will keep that in mind throughout your life of serv ice to man. Valley Springs School shall m i s s you in years to come, but we shall follow you with interest in your wider field of service, Sincerely, Principal. ihe key to KNOWLEDGE 4JH'9l .wmwwwfm , I Q,:, 'aww N 5 as 3 7 n 8 iii! !7fT!J7Jl2l?dE fffTf?TT 611155 History It was fall,nineteen hundred and forty-four, there sat in the first grade rooms at Valley Springs, T ommy Ann Clontz, Betty Ledbetter, Ann Creasman, Beverly Price, Clark Lisenbee, Elaine Lance, JackStepp, ShannonCochrane, Roy Israel, Joan DuBose, Vickey Blythe, Ethel Kyle, Betty LouHollifield, Obie Moore, Maxine Tread- way, Leon Metcalf, Ann Weir, George Shipman, Edith Buckner , Bill Norteman, and Boyce Kanupp. As they grew in knowledge, they gr ew in num - ber when Charles Hogsed, Ola Thain, Robert Ball and Pat Campbell came in the third grade. Pat Campbell and Bill Norteman's stay was short, but Pat Hardie enlivened their vacancies in the fourth grade. ln the fifth grade Cordelia Higgins and Franklin Jones's quiet faces appeared for, were their looks deceiving.J Reading, 'riting, 'rithmetic continued on as Calvin Metcalf entered in the sixth, G. B. Gasperson brought Pat Campbell back with him in the seventh, and Gail Haney in the eighth. In the fall of 1952, fifty -nine freshmen enter- ed high school with their ambitions high and their dreams great. It was witha feeling of confidence and hope that we entered this new phase of our school life, never dreaming of the many pleas- ant events that were in store for us. It was tough, at first, but Elizabeth Tomberlin and JoanConner bestowed joy upon the freshmen with their appearance, as Bill Norteman crept in for good. The tenth grade b r ought Yvonne Kale and Norma Mid d 1 e t on , and we shall never forget world history. T-hen, inthe eleventh,we were as one, plan- ning and attending the banquet, ordering our rings, and watc hing our last upper class men leave. At last, we were seniors, our dreams had fl ou r i s h e d . We had the school paper, annual staff, electing superlatives, senior play, order- ing c alling cards, invitations, and finally, our caps and gowns. It is with sadne s s , and yet pleasure, we leave VSHS. We have fulfilled our ambitions and dreams, and take with us many, many pleasant memories. To any , we advise, school is short but oh, how sweet. cniar 611155 Officers President............. ......JackStepp Vice President . . . . . Robert Ball Secretary. . . . . . . . . Joan Du Bose Treasurer . . . . . . . Roy Israel mil?- wif , '56 Betty Robert Lee Ball Scuivrs Lucy Victoria Blythe Edith Dorothy Buckner Patricia Louise Campbell 'XE X"5'yWN xbxwtgm ,A ml Tommy Ann Clontz Beverly Shannon Cochrane Joan Frances Conner Scumrs Clarence Vernon Cordell Shirley Ann Creasman Joan Patricia DuBose George Balas Gasperson Scnmrs Annis Gail Haney Patricia Yvonne Hardie Frank William Harmon Cordelia Louise Higgins Charles Perry Hogsed Betty Lou Hollifield Seniars Roy Randell Israel James Franklin Jones f I 5 6 Carolyn Yvonne Kale Boyce Ray Kanupp Scnmrs Ethel Mae Kyle Ruth Elaine Lance Betty Joyce Ledbetter Lisenbee Calvin William Henry Metcalf Z Scnmrs Norma Jeanette Middleton Obie Warren Moore Leon Monroe Metcalf '56 , William Ernest Norteman Beverly Ruth Price Scniars George Conwell Shipman Jacky Joe Stepp Ola Avera Thain Elizabeth Ann Tomberlin Elvenia Maxine Treadway Ann Gibson Weir Seniors Mascafs Nina Gibson Tony Gasperson ASH F iP HWS l EAN Snapshot may 9 I ,W - A r . A 1 4. ,fr H. 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A 33145555 ,r David Ducker Anita Dumas Gale Gasperson Mazie Gordon Helen Hart George Lance David Mallory Lynn Maney juniors Ray Elingburg Barbara Greene Donna Ann Ledbetter Caroline Metcalf Deborah Finch Betty Jo Gaaperson Shirley Ann Greene Steve Greene Billy McGuire Betty McMinn Patricia Metcalf Gerald Moore fffmf Billy Moore Kenneth Pack Howard Ray Mary Jo Reagan Carole Spooner Mary Jo Treadway Pats y Williams juniars Sarah Lou Penix Nancy Roberts Barbara Vick Peggy Williams Bill Pinner Martha Jane Pittillo Virginia Shell Joyce Shipman Kay Ward Steve West Betty Jane Y0l1I1g cNot Pictured, Gordon Knight .k.,,.0F"4 W Saphamares CLASS OFFICERS President Buddy Baldwin Vice-President Carol Sammis Secretary Nita Gibson Treasurer Joel Corn Ella May Aiken Bill Anderson Edsel Austin Arthur Babb Opal Bagwell Buddy Baldwin Jack Baldwin Norma Ball' Jo Ann Banks Jane Barnhardt Willyse Barnwell Judy Bowrnan Mary Bradley Nancy Cagle Roy Chapman Keith Cochrane Edwin Conard Joel Corn Robert Corn James Dill Ann Elingburg Nita Gibson Woodfin Glenn Patricia Graham Tommy Graham Dorothy Gregg Elaine Grindstaff Walter Hare Karen Harmon Louie Harmon Saphamares Jennifer Harrison Betty Hart Tommy I-Iolbert Judy Hollifield Brenda Hunter Elizabeth Ingram Fred Israel Jack Johnson Hershel Jones Wayne Kale Edith Kyle Don Lance Robert Ledbetter Wayne Lisenbee Billy Luther Maurice McBee David Meece Martha Messer Virginia Moore Arthur Moorhead Walter Morgan Marion Nalley Steve Nesbitt Martha Price Stuart Reems David Reid Henry Reynolds Sandra Rhodes Carol Sammis Frances Shell Sarah Shuffler Mary Silvers Stella Silvers Jackie Snyder Mary Stepp Joe Tandy Wolfy Unger Dan Waddell Donnie Whitener Wallace Whiteside Neal Wilson Everette Young Frank Zachary ,J " A y .. 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B, Gasperson Secretary, Buddy Baldwin Treasurer, Arthur Moorhead Librarian, Donnie Whitener President, Neal Wilson Vice President, Obie Moore Secretary-Treasurer, Brenda Hunter Librarian, Caren Ownby lLeft to rightj Bill Norteman-Chief, Tommy Ann Clontz, Jack Stepp, Betty Lou Hollifield, Franklin Jones , Shannon C ochrane -Chief. President, Billy Moore Vice President, Deborah F President, Barbara Greene Vice President, Ann Weir Secretary, Kay Ward Treasurer, Bill Norteman inc h Secretary, Steve Nesbitt Treasurer, Buddy Baldwin 4 ffl' K k ig4z2'g55,zx,.5 A Q , yy, .ff 1 K. M ,V f-W , V, , . ,Q . 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Gasperson Secretary, Robert Ball Sentinel, Charles Hogsed President, Joan DuBose Vice President, Charlie Carland Secretary-Treasurer, Betty Young Song Leader, Carole Spooner A H C L U B fLeft to rightl First Row: Edith Buckner, Tommy Ann Clontz, Norma Middleton, Vickey Blythe, Second Row: Ann Creasman, Joan C onnor , Ann Weir, Pat Hardie, Beverly Price, C or cl elia Higgins, Gail Haney, Ethel Kyle, Ola Thain President, Ola Thain Vice President, Lynn Maney Secretary, Tommy Ann Clontz Librarian, Joan Connor Parliamentarian, Billy Moore Reporter, Cordelia Higgins S E C R E T A R I E S lm Kite the key to SPOR'fSMANSHlP jf - ll! 1 'LL' My f E L 31 Forward Sarah Brown Forward Elaine Lance q l o ie A i f AL y if 1 "Mi I f, 5 'J' -if M31 v ,I W Q NYS! Ewa X S 'S i . ill K Lo -ax K txlfww, A' wvN Xe, . it aa t We s fi, s s 2 i , Y L Q i i ' ll e S g. , N, A jx 335145. S b i rf ff A lx! 5 S -N M -iz 'sw J Forward Betty Lou Hollifield Girls Nita Gibson Sarah Lou Penix Martha Messer Edith Kyle Norma Ball Carole Spooner Vickey Blyth Nina Sue Cornwell 'I 4 Haskctball Guard Edith Buckner Betty Lou Hollifield Edith Buckner Gail Haney Sarah Brown Donna Ann Ledbetter Mary Jo Reagan Elaine Lance Ann Creasman " 'ne in X I x N 'W X Q. 9, If 4 aa A , . ,,,, 4 f F ff 7 7 12 'A 1+ G MSF ' G -4 ', 'A 3 5f.' 7 A 1 f Q Www, VVKV K Guard Vickey Blyth e Guard Nina Sue C ornwell 1. ky Forward Roy Israel ,fy 4 4 , A E, R HS ,N , 5 Y Tmiiff 1 'K Y NW , J Ki Hays H 'A I ,. fl if 1 '4 3, v ' ,,,, I f . 'A -, V ,1- - Q .X U -". , '-,2 X -A f f' f if M? :,, 4, 1 ' K A is f rd J' . gf' 1 In l ' 1 .A . ,-1 Guard , ,I -A I Donald Lance A, A Buddy Baldwin , K, Roy Israel E Howard Ray Clark Lisenbee "' Lynn Maney Center M ' llld f Ray Elingburg Howard Ray ' ' 5 ,Q wg X' 1 ' df l Y Hask ctlzall Bill Norteman Joel Corn Donald Lance David Ducker David Mallory Everette Young f "ff dd ' ' ' AP A ' Guard ,-xg. .... " 1 cf 3 31. X ,ff of X 9 NR 'l s f i 2 Clark Lisenbee Q -Q- x 'V 4 'D ff. ".f- RX f ! ji Rmfk X X X QQ, A , ,X, 5 ' Forward Buddy Baldwin at ww X , FW A olldl VX WAl so 'x D Ylll xx , X X1 ,mv Guard If X Q-QQ S Lynn Maney 2 -. -'-" l :'L fr. Q tp, X , --X SN, Roy Israel Left Field Ray Elingburg Short Stop Charle s Elingburg Second Base Fred Israel Bobby Smart Second Base Right Field Leon Metcalf Second Base Wolfy Unger Bill Norteman Buddy Baldwin ' First Base Pltcher Jack Johnson 1 Third Base P1tChe1' David Ducker Right Field Tommy Holbert Center Field Lynn Maney Catcher Steve Nesbitt Outfield Billy Luther Out Field ,.-,Q ,Zn , gs -Q 1 M' ,Km X , F nw , ?w Q if fu x if A A VX 1 fff f. 1 4 X-.H r, I YK Q if X fr S f' 'x M f ,X J X' -' ' 11 X j Anita Duma s In-3 X, if Xi Ann Weir Judy Hollifield J f ii Ss 5. x Y, X x fm- t ,. if af X Shannon C oc hrane 'af-Q. x H ' S 'miili Pat Campbell Khccrlmders ALTERNATES ,Janet Cauble Martha Price , pw' fi I ,V i f 1 Pat Hardie Jo Ann Banks ,L 41,3 if Shirley Devonshire Kaachcs The Skylark Staff pays tribute to the ones, who, through their experi- ence, ability, and friendly attitude, have led the Valley Springs ball teams to many victories and have developed our teams into two of the most out- standing in Buncombe County. They are, our very capable coaches: Mr. Max Rhodes Mr. Don Tomberlin Schedule C ounty C onference Leicester Erwin Biltmore Owen Enka Reynolds North Bunc ombe Non - Conference Mars Hill Mills River Fines Creek the key to HONCRS kdhlw 1 1: ra r?':"1ff?fT'?'f:' if aff iv Z0 ffl!!! ' ,qi m,,Jg:a al . gill, 'E J M "' 395 6 .vv,., 'skfil ii' 5 . S 1 Supcrlatives Jack Stepp and Ann Weir Best All Around "Hold thy lighted lamps on high, Be a star in someone's sky." Clark Lisenb Pat Hardie ee and Most Popular the shine everywhere "Like the sun. y Edith Buckner and Obie Moore Most Talented hat it must, "Genuis does w Tal ' can." ent does what lt Supcrlalivcs Pat Campbell and G. B. Gasperson Wittiest "True wit is nature to advantage dress'd What oft was thought, but ne're so well expressed." Bill Norteman and Ola Thain Most Talkative "Not finished, just begun." Franklin Jones and Joan DuBose Most Likely To Succeed "Success is relative, The closer the relative th e I greater the success." Supcrlafivcs Jack Stepp and Shannon Cochrane Most Intellectual "Common sense is instinct, and enough of it is genius." ,,.--""' Robert Ball and Gail Haney Most Attractive "What would life be without 1ooks,?" Pat Hardie and Bill Norteman Best Personality "It matters not what you are thought to be, but what you are." Suparlativcs Clark Lisenbee and Elizabeth Tomberlin Neatest "Let all things be done decently and in order." I md' Elaine Lance and Roy Isreal Most Athletic "The reward of a thing well done is to have done it." G. B. Gasperson and Betty Lou Hollifield Most Dependable "To be steadfast and in whatever we do." High school members of team. Vallcgf Springs Square Dance Zfcams Wylma Brown, Edith Buckner, Betty L junior- Senior Banquet Betty Ledb etter, Jack Stepp, G. B, Gasperson R K E R S QLeft to Rightj: Mrs. Gordon, Mrs. Layman, Mrs. Davis Mrs. Maynor, Mrs. Wolfe, Mrs, Lewis QNot picturedj, Mrs. Cordell fLeft to Rightj: Frank Ducker, Furman Ingle, Bruce Layman, JamesAnthony, HughSizernore, Warren Burleson, JackSt epp, Calvin Metcalf. Janitors: Frank Ducker and Bruce Layman B U S D R I V E R S ww E 1 f ' , , ' , , 'K" ,, f T125 '-x'w11'Af25u7lAi'FE?4e??,J4P "Gi i'f?f. ZYYQ, .3f.2.Lf"He'L' I W X - A-gig, 312ff2,. :m3,,5gefJ .,- K Q f ' Q 1 J ,Z MM' '2 -M55--3 7' , vmggwbggjggfqpa ,- , 4.5 ,., .fgfxfafwm 43,531 ' A ff- -' MW 2 mf V v. f A- 3 ummm . ., L f f f , i 'M'-H-sf few Y . : ., .,., ,w,,,, Ei V -. 'Y' . X Q i , 1 N -. f WB ,wwf 5 1 sf? X . .L.. VN., W ,M,,,., ,T L , ..,, Vg m ff k 1 V em ,L ' pf V 25 D Wk Q3 J ww- x A " M 5 . Q E Q 3 'W 1 ,Nia , ff 7,1 5 Q ? 'Z F K Senior Statistics Betty Mae Bagwell llshugll "Her voice was ever soft, gentle, and low, an excellent thing in woman." Glee Club 2,3, FHA 1,25 French Club 2,3, Dramatics 4, Bandl, Pianol,Z,3, Skylark 4, Robert Lee Ball llBudll "Such masters, such men." FFAl,2,3,4, Baseball l,2,3, Class Officer 4, Skylar-k4, Dramatics4, CitizenshipAward 3. Lucy Victoria Blythe "Vickey" " T h e r e ' s nothing insignificant, absolutely nothing." FHA l,2, Glee Club l,2,3, Shorthand Club 3, Basketball 3,45 Dramatics 4, Edith D or othy Buckner "Edie" "She is not made to be the admiration of all, but the happiness of one." FHAl,2,3, Glee Club l,Z,3,4, Bus Patrol l,2, 3,4, Band l,3, Basketball l,2,3,4, Highlight 4, Skylark 4, 4-H 3,4, Patricia Louis e Campbell Hpatll "Cheerful looks make every dish a feast, and that it is, which crowns a friend. ll Highlight4, Skylark4, FrenchClub3,4, Bus Patrol l,Z,4, Dramatics4, Cheerleader 2,43 Tommy Ann Clontz uTon,u.nyn "Nothing is more simple than greatness, in- deed, to be simple is to be great." FHA 1 ,2,3, Glee Club l,2,3,4, Band 1, French Club 2,3, Class Offic er 1, Dramatics 4, Highlight 3, Skylark 4, Art Club 15 Piano 2, Debating Club 4. Beverly Shannon C ochrane "Some are born great, some achieve great- ness, and s om e have greatness thrust upon them." Glee Club l,2,3,4, FHA l,2,3,4, Highlight 1, 2.3, Editor 4, Skylark45 Cheerleader Z,3,4, French Club 3.4, Art Club 1, Dramatics 4, Joan Frances Conner "Willie" "L-ittle things console me because little things afflict me," Glee Club l,2,3,4, 4-H 1,2 , 3, Highlight 4, Skylark4, FHAI, Debating Club 4, Art Club 1, Bus Patrol 2,4, Dramatics 4. Clarence Vernon Cordell "Actions are our s, their consequences be- long to heaven." FFA l,2,3,4, President 1, Basketball Z,3, Baseball l,2, French Club 3. Shirley Ann C reasman "Grace is to the body, what good sense is to the mind." Glee Club 1,2,3,4, 4-I-l1,Z,3,4, FHA l,2, Dramatics 4, Basketball l,2,3,4, Bus Patrol 1,3,4, Joan Patricia DuBose "Joanie" "To have ideals is to gather flowers, tothink, is to weave them into garlands." Student Patrol 3, FHAl,3,4, 4-H l, Skylark l ,Z, Editor 4, Highlight 3,45 Dramatics 4, Glee Club 2,3,4, French Club 2,35 Art Club 1, Declamation Contest 1. George Balas Gasperson HG. B'u "Judge of a man by his questions rather than by his answers." FFA 1,2,3,4, French C lub 2, Dramatics 45 Highlight 1,45 Skylark 4, Baseball l,2, Glee Club Z,3,4, Banquet Speaker 3. Annis Gail Haney "Blondie" "When a girl ceases to blush, she has lost the most powerful charm of her beauty." FHA l,2,3, Glee Club l,2,3,4, Bus Patrol 2, 3, 4-H Z,3, Basketball Z,4, Dramatics 4. Seuiar Statistics Patricia Yvonne Hardie llpatll "The odor is the rose5 the smile, the woman." FHA l,2,35 Glee Club l,2,3,45 Skylark Ad- vertising Manager 45 Cheerleader Z, 3,45 4-H 45 French Club 2,35 Bus Patrol 3,45 Frank Harmon "The uncertain glory of an April day." Glee Club 15 4-H Clubg FFA 4. C ordelia Louise Higgins nDe ,Vern "She is an acme of things accomplished, and an enclosure of things to be," FHA 1,25 Glee Club l,2,35 4-H 15 French Club 35 Declamation Contest 15 Dramatics 45 Skylark Literary Editor 45 Highlight 3,45 Debating Club 4. Charles Perry Hogsed "Hogseed" "The red, sweet wine of youth--is he." FFA l,2,3,45 French Club 2,35 Glee Club 45 Dramatics 45 Skylark 4. Betty Lou Hollifield llBetll "The intellect of the wise is like glass: mits the light of heaven and reflects it." it ad- FHA l, Pres. 2 . County officer 3,45 French Club 3 ,45 Basketball l,2,3,45 Citizenship Award2,35 Dramatics 45 Highlight2,35 Sky- larkAssoc. Ed.45 Bus Patrol 2,35 Glee Club l,2,3,45 Family Life Conf. 35 Roy Randall Isreal "The highest manhood resides in disposition, not in mere intel1ect." Basketball Z,3,45 Baseball l,2,3,45 FFA 1,Z, 3,45 Class Officer 45 Skylark 45 Dramatics 4: James Franklin Jones llJimmyll "Limited in his nature, infinite in his desires ." FFA l,2,3,45 French Club 2,35 Dramatics 45 Skylark 45 Citizenship award 1,25 Carolyn Yvonne Kale "A girlneverboldg of spirit so still and quiet, that her motion blushed at herself." Glee Club l,2,3,4. B oyc e Ray Kanupp "Nutt" "Ideals are the world's masters." FFA l,2,3,45 Dramatics 4, Ethel Mae Kyle llEtIl "A dew-drop of celestial melody--is she." FHAl,25 FrenchClub2,35 GleeClub1,Z,3,45 Highlight 3,45 Skylark45 Dramatics 45 4-H 1. Ruth Elaine Lanc e 1lLu1ull "A beautiful smile is tothe female countenance what the sunbeam is to the landscape." FHA 1,25 Glee Club l,2,3,45 French Club 3,45 Student Patrol 25 Basketball Z,3,45 'Dramat- ics 45 Betty Joyce Ledbetter "ln character, inmanner, in style, in all things the supreme excellence is simplicity." Bus Patrol l,2,35 FHA l,2,35 4-H l,2,3,45 Spelling Contest 2, Winner 35 Skylark Cir- culation Manager 45 Banquet Speaker 35 Glee Club 2,3,45 French Club 2,35 Dramatics 4. William Clark Lisenbee "Fat Boy" "Man is the merriest species of the creationg all above or below him are serious." Class Pres. 1,25 Glee Club Z,3,45 President 45 Basketball l,2,3,45 Girls' Manager 15 Baseball 1,25 Highlight 45 Skylark45 French Club, Pres. 35 Dramatics 45 Calvin Metcalf "Much wisdom goes with the fewest words." FFA l,2,3,45 Bus Driver 45 Dramatics 4, Senior Statistics Le on Monroe Metcalf IIBOII "Variety alone gives joy5 the sweetest meats the soonest cloy." FFAl,2,3,45 Baseball l,2,3,45 Glee Club 3,45 Dramatics 45 Norma Jeannette Middleton IlNormll "A kind heart is a fountain of gladness , making e v e r ything in its vicinity freshened into smiles." FHA 1,25 French Club 2,35 Glee Club l,2,3, 45 Class Officer 35 Skylark 45 Highlight 35 Piano 2, Obie Warren Moore Hob!! "Men of talent are men for occasions." FFA l,2,3,45 Glee Club 2,35 French Club 25 Baseball 2,35 Band 2,3,45 Dramatics 45 William Ernest Norteman, Jr. llBi11ll "The youth of the soul is everlasting and eter- nity is youth." French Club 3,45 Debating Club 45 Baseball Z,3,45 Basketball 1 , 45 Highlight 45 Skylark 45 Football 15 Beverly Ruth Price llBeVll "How shall l do to love ? Believe. How shall I do to believe? Love." FHAl,25 FrenchClub2,35 Glee Clubl,2,3,45 Highlight 3,45 Skylark45 Dramatics45 Piano 2,3. Ge orge C onwe ll Shipman "Tarzan" "His life dancing on the edges of time like dew on the tip of a leaf." FFA l,2,3,45 Glee Club 2,3,45 Highlight 45 Bus Patrol 45 Bus Driver 3. Jacky Joe Stepp llsteppll "Common-sense in an uncommon degree is what the world calls wisdom." FFA Officer 1,2,3,45 Class Officer President 3,45 French Club 2,35 Bus Driver 3,45 Ban- quet Speaker 35 Dramatics 45 Ola Avera Thain "Butch" "Melancholy attends the best joys of an ideal life." Glee Club l,2,3,45 FHA 1,2535 4-H 15 Bus Patrol 3 ,45 Dramatics 45 French Club 2,35 Debating Club-Pres. 45 Skylark 45 Highlight 3,45 Elizabeth Ann Tomberlin llLibll "The laughter of girls is and ever was, among the delightful sounds of earth." GleeClubl,2,3,45 FHAl,25 High1ight45 Sky- lark 45 French Club 3,45 Bus Patrol 25 De- bating Club 45 Dramatics 45 Elv enia Maxine Treadway llMacll "Thinking is the talking of the soul." FHA l,2,35 French Club 2,35 Bus Patrol 45 Dramatics 4, Ann Gibson Weir "Annie" "Y outh , with swift feet walks onward in the way, the land ofjoy lies all before her eyes," FI-IAl,2,3,45 GleeClub1,2,3,45 Cheerleader l,2,3,45 Highlight 3,45 Skylark 45 French Club 3,45 Dramatics 4. l A .Cast Will And Zfcsfament We, the senior class of Valley Springs High, of the year 1955-56, realizing that our high s c h o ol days are speedily drawing to a close and desiring to make a disposal of all our valuable possessions that they may be of use to thos e who follow in our footsteps, do hereby draw up this, our Last Will and Test- ament. Section I To Mr.Ensley, we leave anever exhaust- ed supply of aspirins. To Mrs.Dunn, we leave our love and ap- preciation for all her labors. To Mr.Sizemore, we leave a human guin- ea pig on which to test his sociology theories. To Mrs. Morgan, we leav e our regrets that none of us had the opportunity to profit from her teachings. To Mr. May, we leav e peace and tran- quility, since Bill Norteman is graduating. To Miss Stevens, we leave either a mil- lion d olla r s or a man, we couldn't decide which. To Mr.Moore, we leave all the geometry compasses and protractors used by the sen- iors--they're worn out anyway. To Mr. Rhodes, we leave a wife to booster his courage when it is low. To Mr. Tomberlin, we leave an energy- saving scooter. To Mrs. Baldwin, we leave a shorthand class with no questions to be asked. To Mr. Nesbitt, we leave a public address system. Section II I, JoanConner, leave my vast vocabulary and distinct accent to Joyce Shipman and Betty McMinn. I, Ethel Kyle, leav e my petite figure to Bill Pinner. I, Gail Haney, leave my side of all ques- tions to Ray Elingburg and Ned Ray. I, G. B. Gasperson, leav e my ability to win an argument fr om Mrs . Baldwin to Dorothy Corn and Virginia Bishop. I, Pat Campbell, leave my ever-present supply of gos sip to Mary Jo Treadway and Kenneth Pack. I, Betty LouH ollifield, leave my nack for popping gum to Deborah Finch and Helen Hart. I, Ann Creasman, leav e my "super sun tan" to Shirley Ann Greene, I, Beverly Price, leave all my old flames to Mazie Gordon and Caroline Metcalf. I, George Shipman, leav e my muscular abilities to Kay Ward. I, Robert Ball, leave my black curly locks to George Lance and Sara Lou Penix. I, Ann We i r , leave my happy-go-lucky ways to Patsy Williams and Bill Creasman. I, Norma Middleton, leave my ability to always have a beau to Nancy Roberts. I, Clark Lisenbee, leave a sheet of paper Qand a clean one at thatl to Charles Ducker. I, Leon Metc alf , leave my Santa Claus appearance to Lane Coggins. I, Edith Buckner, leave one of my many diamonds to Sarah Brown. I, Betty Bagwell, leave my ability of al- ways having my homework to Howard Ray. I, Roy Israel, leave my girl friend in care of Bill McGuire. I, Yvonne Kale , leave my dimples to Gerald Moore. I, Betty Ledbetter, leave my speaking and spelling ability to Janet Cauble, I, Charles Hogsed, leave my shoe shine and heel taps to Anita Dumas and Bill Moore. I, Maxine Treadumy, leave my ability to always ask questions to Virginia Shell. I, Elaine Lance, leave my quiet, cunning ways to Gale Gasperson. I, Jack Stepp,leave my privilege to be absent from class so often to Carole Spooner and Steve West. I, Tommy AnnClontz, leave my quietness and good disposition to Betty Young. l, Ola Thain, leave all of my curiosity to Steve Greene and Patricia Metcalf. I, Elizabeth Tomberlin, leave my many giggles and laughs to Martha Jane Pittilo. I, Bill Norteman, leave my innocent look in Mrs. Dunn's class to Barba ra Vick and Peggy Williams. I, Obie Moore,leave my musical talent to Nina Sue Cornwell and Charlie Carland. I, Shannon Cochrane, leave my job, and the headache s , too, on the "Highlight" to Barbara Greene, I, Joan DuBose, leave my genuine dr awl to Donna Ann Ledbetter. I, Pat Hardie, leave my sparkling smile to David Mallory, I, Cordelia Higgins, leave my bashful but friendly ways t o Gordon Knight and Betty Gasperson. I, Franklin Jones, leave my truly gentle- manly characteristics to David Ducker. I, Boyce Kanupp, leave my natural blond hair and fair complexion to Mary Jo Reagan. WE, Vernon Cordell and Frank Harmon leave our male charm to Lynn Maney. Duly Witnessed by: Class of 1956 QSEALQ Betty Ledbetter Cordelia Higgins Betty Bagwell Testator 611155 Prophecy Inthe summer of l975,after I had finish- ed my college eclucation,l started on ati-ip a- round the world. On my way through India, I met a very interesting Hindu , who said he could tell m e anything that was happening in other parts of the wor ld . Since I had not heard from my high school class mates after graduation, I asked to be told about them. He consented very graciously and by means of his magic crystal r elated to me the following things. He told me,first of all, that our very dig- nified president, Jack Stepp, has filled Clark Gable's place socapably that the movie direc- tors are considering making another Gone With 'le Wind. Dependable, Franklin Jones is now chief warden at State Penitentiary. I was not surprised to learn that our Patrick Henry, G. B. Gasperson,is avery influential member of the United States Senate. He told me that Elizabeth Tomberlin is an Internal Revenue Agent and was r e c e ntl y subpoenaed before S e na t o r Gasperson's subcommittee for in- come tax evasion, but fortunately was cleared of the charges. George Shipman's gospel re- cordings are now as well loved as those of George Beverly Shea. Cute Yvonne Kale is a bare back rider with Ringling Brothers Circus. After a tragic love affair Ethel Kyle has set- tled down to a nursing career. Joan Conner did very well as a commercial artist and is now an antique dealer in New York. Iwas surprised to find Tommy Ann Clontz is the head of the Control of Termite Depart- ment, which is located in Cedarwood, Wash- ington and ha s as her assistant none other than, N o r ma Middleton. Pat Campbell has succeeded Louella Parsons as Hollywood's gossip gatherer. T o m y great delight the Hindu said that Betty Ledbetter has opened a modeling school in Asheville and was very successful. Betty Lou H ol 1 i fi e ld , who loved the wide opened spaces ,is a duderanch owner in Texas. Robert Ball is Liber-ace's personal valet. I was told that C la rk Lisenbee is doing quite well for himself: he recently struck oil in his own back yard, Beverly Price is oper- ating a beauty shop in Florida, specializing in pedicures for pigeon-toed wom en , Charles Hogsed is a private detective , who was rec ent- ly awarded the Joe Blow Prize for his detect- ion of the activities of the termites. Ann Weir has become the m os t popular mayor Asheville has ever hadg she recently ordered the traffic on Patton Avenue blocked after 7:00 P.M. to permit street dancing. Pat Ha rdie , thrice wed, is operating a p r ofi ta ble tomb stone business. Shannon Cochrane is an archeologist with the Smith- sonian Institute. Hollywood sure has its share of 1956 graduates, Calvin Metcalf and Boyce Kanupp have made their movie debut in a male version. of "How to be Very, Very Popular." Bill N orteman has made a record for himself as one ofthe Navy's crackfnot crack- ed, pilots. Sinc e he and Roy Israel liked to dis a g r e e , Roy is now holding a post in the Army. Betty Bagwell has organized her own jazz band and has Ola Thain and Leon Metcalf as her soloists. The Hindu also told m e that most of the freakish looking hats that women are wearing are designed by one Joan DuBose, who was once a conservative child. VickeyB lythe and Ann Creasman, our athletes , have both rec eiv - ed fame. Vickey is an all-time favorite lady wrestler and ha s announced her engagement to Mr. Motto. Ann was recently proclaimed "Miss Hercules" of 1965. After all the ener- gy spent in high s c h o ol, Edith Buckner is a mattress tester for the Beautyrest Mattress Company. The clairvoyant saw that Obie Moore and Frank Harmon a r e p ub 1 i c accountants and know how t o deal with figures--proof: their pretty secretaries . Gail Haney didn't join the Navy, instead, she is married and living in a house boat on Lake James. Maxine T r e ad wa y has taken Read Wilson's place at WWNC. The crystal was growing dim, but I knew there was one missing. The Hindu began rub- bing franticallyg then it was clearer. Elaine Lance has started on he r' road to fameg her patented neck stretcher ha s hit the market with a bang. After this, the ball was dark. I thanked the Hindu for his kindness and with a lifted spirit continued on my journey. 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