Page Six THE PILOT October, 1958 YOU SAVE SAFELY AT SMITH DRUGS Phone HU 7-9071 4 E. Warren St. Shelby, N. C. FAUDEL SISTERS Ladies Ready to Wear 111 W[ Graham Street Shelby, N. C. Cleveland Drug Co. WALGREEN HU 7-5241 Shelby, N. C. Ladd W. Hamrick Fuel Service, Inc. Coal and ESSO Products Boiling Springs, N. C. Phone HE 4-2227 DAIRY QUEEN “The Cone With The Curl on Top” “Don’t Forget The Hot Dog” TEN COMMANDMENTS (Prom Page One) Show-off driving is juvenile. Don’t act your age. Pick tiie right friends to be picked for a friend. Ohoose a date fit for a mate. Don’t go steady unless you are Love God and neighbor. Live carefully. The soul you save may be yoiir own. STAR PRESS, INC. PRINTERS and LITHOGRAPHERS SHELBY, N. C. ROGER'S THEATER Show Place of Cleveland County Shelby, N. C THE PEP TEAM By Ann Holden Football season with all its fun, excitement, and color is here again! Oh.eering our players on to victory will be our new squad of cheerlead- SOPHOMORES Joan Cline, of Cherryville, is the Chief this year. This is Joan’s sec ond year of shouting for the Bull dogs. Joan, who plans to teaoh Phy sical Education, is one of our top girl basketball players; last year ^e was Co-Captain of the girls’ team and was voted to the girls’ All-State basketball team. Another of her honors last year was being chosen as the Maid of Honor on the May Betty Jean Wall, a Business ma jor from Mountain Park, is cheering for the team for her second year, also. Betty was a cheerleader for two years in high school, and was Chief her second year. She was also Vice-President of her class in high school as well as being an active member of the Monogram Club and the F.T.A. Last year Betty Jean was on the May Court. Another sophomore, Vivian Mc- Knight, of Advance is one of the new girls on the squad this year. She was a cheerleader for two years in high school. Vivian was also a class president, a class secretary, and a class treasurer; also, she was an active member of the Monogram Club and the Beta Club. Mary Dicie Locklear, of Pembroke, is a Liberal Arts Major. She was a cheerleader in high school, as well as a majorette; and “Mert” was an active member of the Dramatic Club, and President of ttie F.H.A. Maxine Davis and Carolyn Cuth- bertson, both of Marion, are our Maxine was a member of the F.T-A., the Beta Club, F.H.A., annual staff, and a library assistant. Carolyn, a Church Secretarial Major, was a member of the Beta Club, the An nual Staff, F.H.A., F.T.A., and was Sophomore Class Vice - President. CSarolyn is also a hall prootor and m_ember of the Woman’s Self-Crov- ernment Association. FRESHMEN Charmaine Austin, a Liberal Arts Major, is from the Queen City of Charlotte. In high school Char maine was president of the Honor Society, editor of the Annual, sec retary of her Jimior and Senior Classes, Chief Marshal, and Treas urer of the Girls’ Good Sports Club. Sue Tranthram, of Canton, who is a Business Major, was a majorette in high school for three years. She was also a member of the Student Joan Parks, of Concord, who is planning to teach in high school, is anotkher of the freshmen. Joan was a member of the Bible Club, Dra matics Club, and the 4-H Club in high school. Our other freshmen cheerleader is Shirley Green of Mooresboro, who plans to teach in grammar school. She was a member of the Beta Club, 4-H, President of the Freshman Class, Vice-President of the Senior Class, and a Marshal, along with playing hasketball. We would like to commend these girls for their fine school spirit and v/ish for them continued success as they lead the G-W Bulldogs on to 1958 Bulldog Schedule Sept. 13 Ohowan—Home. 20 Mars Hill—Home. 27 Lees McRae—Away. Oct. 4 Wingate—Away. 11 Georgia Military—Away 18 Mars Hill—Away 25 Lees McRae—Home- Nov. 1 Davidson Freshmen— Home. 8 Wingate—Home. 14 Citadel Freshmen—Away. TOP PROF (Prom Page Four) In 1950 Mr. Moseley married Emi ly Dearybury of Clifton, South Caro lina. They have one son, Arthur, who is four years old. Mr. Moseley is also the city chemist for Shelby and holds top certification in the North Carolina Water Work Association, He is a member of the American Chemical Society, N. C. W. W. A., and ad- of Alpha, National Honorary Chemical Society. Above all, Mr. Moseley wants to be remembered as “an average guy trying his best to ‘help someone.” To Mr. Moseley the Pilot staff 1 in r Top Prof of the G. T. McSWAIN'S GROCERY FURNITURE and APPLIANCES BOILING SPRINGS, N. C. PHONE HE 4-6311 COLLEGE SNACK SHOP "Student Hangout" Sandwiches a Specialty Boiling Spmgs, N. C. Jim Beason, Mgr. CO-ED THEATER Boiling Springs, N. C. Wellie Hamrick, Mgr. COLLEGE SERVICE SATION Dial HE 4-9971 Boiling Springs, N. C. Maxwell Hamrick Insurance Agency Fire and Auto Liability Boiling Springs, N. C. Boiling Springs Drugs GIFTS FOUNTAIN SERVICE Phone HE 4-6111 Boiling Springs, N. C. HUDSON'S in Shelby Allows 10% Discount to Gardner-Webb Students ASK FOR IT UNION TRUST CO. Checking & Savings Accounts Automobile Loans Boiling Springs, N. C.
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