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THE FULL MOON
February 13, 1953
Sickness, Laziness, Weather
Have No Effect On Many
Spite of flu, colds, weather, and
the natural impluses to stay in
bed “just a minute longer,” these
people were present and on time
every day for the first semester.
Hardiest of students apparently
are ninth graders, who lead the
perfect attendance roll.
Charles McManus, Robert Shaver, Ray
Gene Smith, Ruth Ann Copley, Shirley
Deese, Doris Gurley, Mildred Huneycutt,
Shirley Lisk, Jeannette McLendon, Kay
Thomas, Cla^on Mauldin, Peggy Jo Lew
der, Betty Moyle, Nelda Huneycutt, Janelle
Harrington, Carol Sue Hudson, Carolyn
Gaddy, Carolyn Doby, Richard Mauldin,
Ben Treece, Sandra Davis, Mildred James,
Barbara Lowder, Janet Troutman, Glenn
Almond, Larry Crisco, Douglas’ Simpson.
Arthur Lynn, Larry Talbert, Sylvia
Whitley, Larry Hartsell, Bennie Harwood,
Betty Lefler, Nellie Pickier, Rochelle
Ritchie, Kay Snuggs, Ronnie Curl^, Mel
vin Rushing, Richard Tucker, Lydia Hall,
George Barringer, Donald Dorton, Dwayne
Lowder, Danny Vismor, Sally Crook, Betty
Early, Jo Anne Ward.
Martha Harward, Elaine Lowder, Elaine
Mills, Frances Litaker, Skipper Gantt,
Bobby Josey, Arnell Doby, Dwight Little,
Gerald Barbee, William Beeker, Jimmie
Mauldin, Louise Cooper, Miriam _ Davis,
Gene Coley, Edward Hatley, Lonnie Mor
ton, Lendell Smith, Yoder Whitley, Kathryn
Blalock, Carlene Doby, Wanda Efird,
Elaine Hudson, Frances l^ss, Elliot Gaddy,
Roger Saunders, Jimmy Cook, Ronald
Tucker, Douglas Harper, Wayne Kimery. ^
Coy Thompson, Sybil Efird, Toby Furr,
Maxine Harwood, Carol Lowder, Ruth
Morris, Norma Jean Arey, Delores Frick,
Phyllis Hartsell, Jo Stallings, Patricia
Thompson, Franchot Palmer, Eddie Fen-
ters, Dwain Waisner, Benny Watts, Ken
neth Barbee, Patsy Aldridge, Wayne Page,
Thomas Reeves, Billy Lowder, Benny Rus
sell, Beaupine Crisco, Sue Deese, Margie
Lee, Sue Leonard, Peggy Price, Johnsie
Russell, David Allen, Susie Culp, Mickey
Greene, Patricia Hinson, Elizabeth Medlin,
Jimmy Morton, Carol Price, Hubert Rog
ers, Sue Rogers, Billy Stiller, Don Swarin-
gen, Charles Ussery, Gene Bowers, Jerry
Cooper, Bruce Curlee, Earl Harker, Lois
Harwood, Iris Hunsucker.
8 th GRADE
George Bruton, Robert T. Smith, Max
Snuggs, Durwood Swaringen, Billy Van-
hoy, Grorge Weaver, Linda Duke, Loretta
Holt, Larry Burleson, David Grigg, Reggie
Simpson, Jane Thomas, Conrad Hathcock,
Bill Lyon, Jerry Morris, Charlie Smith,
Jim Stiller, Carol James, Linda Moose.
8th Giadezs Give
Pzogiam toi Club
Mrs. Saunders’ room enter
tained the Woman’s Club with a
program on the United Nations
on January 29. For several
months Mrs. Saunders’ room has
had a United Nations Club and
they have kept up with the lat
est events on the U. N. The club
gave the program exactly as a
U. N. meeting would be held,
with all the members present.
The program gave all the
members a chance to tell their
troubles and the latest events.
The room was arranged with the
desks in a semi-circle just like
the U. N.’s meeting room. Each
country represented had a card
on its desk with the name of
the country on it.
When this part of the program
was completed, the class gave a
patriotic program and some of
the class read some of their
English papers. After this, John
Robert Taylor sang “Yankee
Doodle Dandy” as the conclud
ing number of the program.
Williams Sends In
Carolyn Williams, DAR Good
Citizen, has completed her scrap
book and sent it to Oak Ridge,
N. C., to be judged.
The theme of Carolyn’s book
is Periods in History and in
cludes all of her school, church,
and civic activities in the ninth,
tenth, eleventh, and twelfth
grades under the titles of The
Dark Ages, The Middle Ages, The
Renaissance, The Modern Ages,
The Crusadefe, and Community
The scrapbook will compete
with others from all over North
Carolina, and the winner will
receive a $100 U.S. bond.
PATRONIZE OUR ADVERTISERS
CARSON FURNITURE CO.
618 North First Street :: Albemarle, N. C.
ELDER WHOLESALE CO.
Phone 422 Albemarle, N. C.
Leaders in Writing and School Supplies
ALBEMARLE OIL COMPANY
A Great Name on the Road and Farm
State Capital Life Insurance Co.
Walter W. Neal
Hoyle W. Helms
STANLY HARDWARE CO.. Inc.
Sporting Goods and Equipment
South Second Street
Phone 10 and 93
Mary Lynn Angell
Ray Gene Smith
John David Moose
To Attend Meet
At Chapel Hill
Mr. Cashwell is making plans
to attend a conference for teach
ers of school administration in
N. C. to be held in Chapel Hill
on March 9 and 10.
Participation is by invitation
only, the delegates being guests
of the university, with meals
and lodging furnished.
Members of the Advisory Com
mittee on Educational Admini
stration will participate in the
conference, and there will be
two representatives from each of
the colleges and universities
which give graduate courses in
In one respect good citizen
ship and character resemble
measles and mumps. They are
generally caught by close con
tact with those who have them.
'Home of the Bulldog
Pens and Pencils"
Grive her die beautHul new Lady
Elgin Dawn. It’s another of the
brilliant Elgin Watches approved
by students from Mdne to Gaj&i
fomia for modem good kxJcgj
Only Bgin has ifae heart that
never breaks—the guano-
fo9d DuraPower Mainspring,
aJing 0eueltn tinee iSgS
ALBEMARLE, N. C.
Civic Clubs Choose
Students from the Senior class
chosen Student Lion
and Rotarian for the month. J. C.
^one, student Lion, is attending
me meetmgs for the month of
Fe^uary. Serving as Rotarian
is Frank Burrell.
01 Albemarle have for several
choosing Senior boys
to att6nd th6ir inGGtings and reD-
resent the high school. ^
The following boys have been
chosen as Student Lion so far
mis year: Glenn Almond, J. C.
Charles McManus, Ray-
gene Smith, and Donald Perry.
who have served as Ro-
tarians are Bill Huckabee, Frank
Burrell, Jerry Tray wick, Robert
.^3^11’s body is remarkablv
Chief Of Police
Is Guest Speaker
Guest speaker for the January
30 assembly program was Cniei
of Police, R. L. Furr. His topic
was law-enforcement officers as
Chief Furr clearly stated tnai
policemen are not here to scare
people, especially children, out
rather for their safety. .He usea
several incidents to illustrate
this point. ,
The highway patrolmen, ^
explained, are there to keep tne
highways safe, not just
people tickets. He also *
out that guns are dangerous, du
even more so are automoDiie!^
and that while you are on tn
highway you have a part
Larry Yow, a member oi
assembly committee, was
charge of the program.
Motto Is Chosen
At the Senior’s last class -
ing, “Let us be known by ° |
deeds” was chosen as
Under discussion is the Sen
banquet, but no definite thein
has been chosen. Mr. Fry gave
a talk on the banquet
Seniors so they would have
idea what would be going on
the next few months.
Plans will be made soon
choosing robes for graduan »
such as color and sizes.
If it’s not too expensive, ^hy
not give the other fellow
benefit of the doubt?
Let Us Help You Own Your Own Home
HOME BUILDERS ASSOCIATION
113 S. Second St. Albemarle, N. C.
134 East Main Street
Max A. Copley, Manager
SOUTHERN FLOUR MILLS, Inc
/ Manufacturers Of
^ high grade flour and feed
AUTEN-WOLFE MOTOR CO.
the FIRST NATIONAL BANK
Capital . . . $50,000
Member Federal Deposirr„Lance C^;:
FRED O. HARWOOD
THEO. V. HARWOOD
149 South Second Street
ALBEMARLE SAVINGS AND
mortgage loans —..savings
afety of Your Savings Insured
„ , to $10,000.00
North Second street phone 28 Albemarle, N.