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February 13, 1953
THE FULL MOON
Long List On Honor Roll
For Entire First Semester
Even exams didn’t pull the hon
or roll down this time. About one
hundred and eighty-six made se
mester honor roll.
Highest Honor: Robert Shaver, Bernice
^scoe, Janet Troutman, Peggy Jo Lowder,
Betty Moyle, Trudie Weaver, Carol Sue
Honor: Martha Rae Harris, Frank Bur-
^11, Ruth Ann Copley, Ellen Cook, Larry
Holt, Bettie Gantt, Barbara Lowder, Macie
McLester, Avanelle Osborne, Helen Starr,
Carolyn Williams, Bill Huckabee, Sally
Ausband, Jeanette Dennis, Carolyn Miller,
Ann Whitlock. Nelda Huneycutt, Janelle
Harrington, Jewel Kiser, Betty Haire,
•Peggy Cathey, Peggy Morris.
Highest Honor; Arthur Lynn, Sylvia
Whitley, John Ellington, Ralph Setzler,
yaude Grigg, Georgie Beaver, Bobbie
^udy, Ann Ivey Betty Lefler.
Honor: Alton Almond, Larry Talbert,
Margaret Brunson, Dixie Schadt,
^urlee, Myron Snotherly, Lydia Hall,
Anne Russell, Louise Smith, Richard Jor-
dan, Sally Crook, Laura Doby, Betty Early#
Jeanette Howard. Jo Ann Ward, Larry
Hartsell, Peggy Davis, Kaythryn Groves,
welyn^ Kimrey, Louvine Morton* Joyce
Simpson, Kay Snuggs.
^Highest Honor: William Beeker, Opal
^udy, Judy Scaggs, Phyllis Greer, Joan
«enger, Frances Litaker, Blaine Lowder,
Honor: Lewis James, Jo Lee ftforris,
ickie Cashwell, Miriam Davis, Pat
Whitley, Louise Cooper, Ch^arlotte
Bobby Peck, Lonnie\Morton, Lendell
^mith, Yoder Whitley, Catlene Doby, Lo-
Thomas, Sandra Westerlund, Karla
"fird. Sue Furr, Martha Harward, Patty
^ann, Elaine Mills, Ann Smith. Amorelle
ucker. Skipper Gantt, Charles James, Ned
^wder, Johnny Rummage, Elaine Hinson,
prances Ross, Janice Parker, Myra Efird.
^Pnen Sasser, Belvin Terry.
ti- , 9th GRADE .
^Highest Honor: Peggy Furr, Bill Fisher,
^amela Hinson. Ruby Griffin. Barbara
Sandra Poplin. _ . ,
Oo Norma Jean Arey. Delores Frick,
^arolyn Smith. Jo Stallings, Patricia
~ ®”*^on, George Lowder. Edshay Brun-
®eaupine Crisco. Johnsie Russell,
^atsy Aldridge, Shelby Jean Almond. Joan
W ^ Franchot Palmer. Irene Eudy.
Turner, Linda Barnes, Susie Culi^
^ Kluttz, Patricia Hinson, Elizabeth
Carol Price, Sue Rogers. Jerry
James Speight. Linda Beimer,
wJ Boone, LaTrelle Burleson, Lois
Hunsucker, Marie Libert,
Yi T ®^^gan. Doris Smith. Luther Kimrey,
inor ^ Eagle, Jimmy Almond, Jerry Vis-
jT- ’. liuth Morris, Carol Lowder, Zalotta
Maxine Harwood. Toby Furr, Jean
' fT; •! 8th GRADS , . .
Crni? Honor: Jo Ellen Brooks, Vicki
^ anford, George McManus. George Weav-
^eers Langley, David Grigg, Ann
Cochrane. Winfred Ford,
Tonii^ Hathcock, Garrieth Pendergraft,
Anne Coble. Clara Bost.
Griffin. Carol James, Shirley
Patsv Moose, Elizabeth Tucker,
Picu^ ®Iake, Loretta Holt, Peggy J®
I^onnu’ Delores Prince, George
Miiipi Crawley, Roderick Jordan, Burrue
S^ddy Stoker, Durwood Swaringen,
John Renger, John Solomon,
halbert, Juanita Courville, 3ane
On the Beat
On January 16 through 17 six
members of the band went to
Rockingham for a band clinic.
The ones making the trip were
Larry Hartsell, Frances Ross,
Jean Starr, Jimmy Morton, Larry
Hearne, and Vicky Eagle.
February 6 through 7, several
Students made a trip Gastonia
to another band clinic. They
werl nelen Starr, Frances Ross,
Frank Burrell, Eleanor Jones,
Bill Beeker, and a few more.
If any of you were up town a
few sSurdays ago, yo» beavd
part of the band
did a swell 30b, too.
Tn' six weeks our band will
loir in the spring contest held
year af sSry. The band
has been practicing after school
also in section rehearsals.
T^ey are working for ^ high
rating this year. Sure hope they
student director, this year
flTe'yea’if in^ ae
Heard In Raleigh
Ann Ivey, Joan Melton, and
+ Qhflver piano pupils of
Annvce’ Worsham, were
,Miss j5,rifilial private les-
heard m ^dividual pr
sons c(mcert pianist,
dolsky, editor and
The lessons were
Sd arMe’edith College m Ra-
leigh- -1 kv very compli*
Dr. PodolsKy wj pjanists.
mentary to the y ^
He was impres^s^ir j^^^sic as well
he has b^^^ome p musical
valuable addition found
life of this &ie application
here a field fo^ ^hich
of his talent fgu
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At Raleigh In May
Interested students of AHS
are once more invited by the
North Carolina Academy of Sci
ence to enter the annual high
school science contest at Mere
dith College in Raleigh on May
8 and 9. Notice of entries must
be sent to Dr. Mary E. Yarbrough
at the college not later than
Exhibits and essays of various
sorts will make up the different
classes, a few of which are liv
ing or preserved plants and ani
mals, models, and chemistry ex
hibits. Essays on forestry and
birds of value to the farmer will
be accepted. Prizes range from
$5 to $25.
Anyone in high school is elig
ible for entrance. Mrs. Lyke ex
pressed the hopes of all in say
ing that AHS should be able to
carry off more than its share of
the “loot.” ^ ^ ,
Dwayne Lowder won first place
and $20 in the model class last
year with a clay model “Survey
of the Digestive System in the
For ideas or suggestions, in
terested persons may see Mrs.
Lyke or R. C. Hatley.
Has Been Finished
The ’53 Crossroads was finish
ed and taken to Cljarlotte Janu
ary 19 by the Delmar represent
ative Mr. Fleming. ^
Working steadily since Christ
mas holidays, the annual staff
has been making pictures, get
ting ads, and performing all the
many duties to complete the an-
^^Deimar will send a proof back
to let the arfnual staff check
over it again before it goes to
the press. This proof will be
sent some time in the latter part
of March, and the finished an
nual will be here in May.
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