Alamance High School - Smoke Signals Yearbook (Greensboro, NC)

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JACKSON It is with sincere gratitude that we, the class of 1955, dedicate this edition of the Smoke Signals to our beloved Friend and teacher, Miss Mary L. Jackson. Her years of guidance, patience, and understand- ing will long be remembered in the heart of every senior. 5. 'fm , Nw: .. 'VSV-f, ' -R ,V HW Q, L ,- H' V ,J ,1 ,A X , may x 5 I ,IM , rd YQ ,, , Jfk.i,.,f3agg,5". .,' - W M11 it 9 4. 'H,+w- I x ' X Q. Q.. . , , edfmm 0 -n--fp v-vvmw-1 f ix ' 5. 4 , A , V. A n ,r I xp , 4 -. v g: yi ' J X . x s V . r N wa-fb ev ' -if 4 fn. ' Lfgiil 29' ,., f "Q, .. fx QNX, K af 'V QQ! .. 4 ' s yi' W N h R gg sw -f km-'f MRS. GORDON HUNT MR. DAVID HENRY MR. DAVID UPSTILL MISS MARY L. JACKSON MRS. NELL FARRELL MISS SUSANNA BARBEE MR. A. B. HUNTER l Q1 , Ill OX! 95 1 --.up ,Y O QQO 9 Q -IISIQWWVQQV 4 . .::::::l:xv'-of vvwv ' ' .:l::lllll 09' 1' 9 ' 059 sQ'?', 4 .... 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G LADYS CARTER Hi-C Club l,2,3,4, Secretary 3,45 Beta Club 2,3,45 Science Club 45 Bus Patrol 45 Annual Staff 45 Newspaper Staff 45 Superlative 45 Li brary Assistant 45 Speech Contest Winner 3. Seniors BETTY ANDREWS Glee Club 3,45 Hi-C Club l,2,3,4. WILMA COBLE Newspaper Staff 45 Annual Staff 45 Office Assistant 3,45 Marshal l5Hi-C Club 2, 3,Vice- President 2,35 Basketball l,2,35 Beta Club 2, 3,4, President 3,45 Class Officer 2, 3,45 Mon- ogram Club 2,3,45 Glee Club 25 Superlative 45 Civitan Award5 Junior Play 35 Bus Patrol 2,3,4. Qs... D IAN E TROX LER Mascot ED DURHAM Baseball l,2,3,4, Co-Captain 3,45 Basketball l,2,3,4, Co-Captain 2,35 FFA l,2,4, Officer 2,45 Junior Play 35 Bus Driver 45 Superlative 45 Bus Pa- trol 35 Glee Club l,2,3,45 Annual Staff 45 Monogram Club 2,3,4. HELEN FRIDDLE Glee Club l,25 Softball 25 Hi-C Club 25 Bus Patrol 3,45 Co-Captain 45 Cafeteria Assistant 2,3,45 Basketball Manager 45 Newspaper Staff 45 Annual Staff 45 Library Assistant 4. CATHERINE HACKETT tain 45 Superlative 45 Junior Play 3. Seniors IRENE GORRELL 4-H l5 Glee Club l5 Softball 1,25 Basketball 3,4, Captain 45 Junior Play 35 Cheerleader 45 Harvest Queen 45 Hi-C Club l,2,3,4. BARBARA W. KING Basketball l,25Class Officer l,25 Hi-C 1,25 Monogram Club l,2,45 Newspaper 4. JUNE KIV ETT flee Club 2,35 Hi-C Club 52,35 Monogram Club 2,3, i Bus Patrol 2,3,45 Cheer- iacler l,2,3,45 Newspaper 'aff 45 Annual Staff 45 Su- arlative 45 Junior Play 35 lass Officer 35 Marshal 35 arvest Court 45 Popularity ueen 4. Hi-C Club 2,3,45 Basketball 3,4, Co- Cap- Club Staff x l955 JOHN MAYE FFAl,2,35Class Officer l Marshal 25 Junior Play 3 Bus Driver 35 Superlative 4 Newspaper Staff 4. I955 5 WARREN WHITT FFA I5 Boy Scouts 1,25 Jun ior Play 3. KAY PUGH Glee Club45 Hi-C Club l,2,3,4, Of- ficer 2, 35 Class Officer l,3,45 Super- lative 45 D. A. R. Representative 45 Basketball 1,2,3,4, Captain 35 Junior Play 35 Beta Club 2,3,4, Secretary 45 Newspaper Staff 45 Bus Patrol Captain ' 3,45 Monogram Club 2,3,4. MARTHA ROBINSON Softball l,25 Hi-C Club l,2,35 Monogram Club l,2,3,45 Basketball 3,45 Science Club 45 Annual Staff 45 Newspaper 45 LibraryAssis- tant 3,45 Class Officer l ,45 Cheerleader l ,2, 3,45 Bus Patrol 2,3,45 Superlative 45 Popu- larity Queen 35 Christmas Queen 45 Harvest Court 45 Miss Alamance 45 Marshal 25 4-H Club l. PATSY SHARPE Glee Club l5 Hi-C Club 2. Seniors J. P. ROYAL 4-H i5FFA l,45Glee Club2,3,45JuniorPlay 35 Bus Driver 4. LEE SNIDER FFA l,2,3,45 4-H I5 Hi-C Club 2,35 Junior Play 35 Bus Driver 4. BOBBY WYRICK Baseball l ,2,3,4, Co-Cap- tain 3,45 Basketball 25 Beta Club2,3,4,0fficer 45Class Officer 2, 3,45 Junior Play 3, FFA 1,2,3, officer 2,35 Superlative 45 Marshal 15 Bus Driver 2,3,45 Newspa- per Staff 4. Case I955 The story you are about to read is true. Names and places are the same because we are innocent. The time is 1951, the place, Alamance High School, the characters, 55 clamoring Freshmen entering high school. The laughing ceases, things are quieter now and the matter is no longer funny. Rules and regulations are given to us by Mr. Morgan, the Home Room teacher. Things move swiftly and quietly. It is spring, and the class takes a trip to Chapel Hill for the purpose of visiting the planetarium. Summer comes and goes. We enter high school for the second year. Things go along smoothly for us. We study, work and play. The hi-light of this year is a trip to White Lake. The class charters a bus and spends the day. We all come home with sun burns and for a few days we are not quite so cheerful. Time is marching on. It is graduation and we have the honor of carrying the daisy chain for the seniors. The year is over. It is summer again. Vacation passes as quickly as it comes. School opens and we are juniors. Our class is much smaller now, but the spirit is deeper and more real to us. The first big event is the baby contest we sponsor. Co-operation is in full force and the contest is a success. Next class rings are ordered. They arrive December 16, 1953. Needless to say how proud we were! At last it is time for the long awaited Junior-Senior Banquet. This is the most exciting thing that ever happened to us, especially the girls who are interested in evening dresses with corsages. One thing leads to another and we find ourselves in the middle of the junior play. After three weeks of hard practice, "Hillbilly Weddin"' is presented, and it is a big success. Our class funds are increased consider- ably. It is spring again and graduation activities take the spotlight. Once again we will carry the daisy chain. Tubs, baskets and everything is filled with daisies. The chain is completed and graduation is over all too soon. Vacation comes and goes as usual. We enter school for the last time. Now we are Seniors, and we think we have reached the top, but not for long. When the annual, newspaper, elections and programs to plan snow us under, we realize just how little we really are. We manage to survive, all 19 of us. Superlatives are elected and the worthy ones receive the honors. Wilma Coble is the Civitan Award winner. Martha Robinson represents Alamance in the Greensboro Christmas Parade. Christmas comes and goes. It is now Spring. The yearbook comes from the press, and we spend hours autographing. Then graduation: now we part, we go our separate ways and remember' all we can about the class of 1955. Case is closed, Historian Bill Allred 'QP x O Q26 0 -25' f ,V Qi!! If 'X if Q eww X f MIP' 'tw-1-"" s X X od! I 4 r Q F 0 Q Helen. Raj heh' :HE . .. Q,wg,,Q Aff , vi .,.. 3 Q --'--- L Q Ca.Tlmevin.e. Irene, Ka-1TIw.evfrv..e. F23 jBeTfnj 06 A as 5 . 'apr .. if " 'EEL- XE ' -, f ffiw ' X big t'+-me-aff fl Sri f E uf,-f,,l Q wok Prophecy With a low, mournful groan, the heavy oaken door slowly swung open on its rusty hinges, revealing a scene of mystery. It was a dim, dusty chamber, oblong in shape with its farther-most reaches so clothed in dust and cobwebs that l could not distinguish what lay there. With the wan light that was available, I could see that the walls were lined with tremendous volumes of books, their titles obscure with dust. As I stood gazing about in wonderment and astonishment, an even more amazing and mysterious thing occurred. Suddenly, as if by magic, through a small opening at the top of the room, a shaft of sunlight streamed through and as though it were guided by some unknown presence focused on a particular volume. With strange magnetism I seemed drawn and almost compelled to remove the book and explore its contents. With shaking hand I wiped away the dust, and bold print jumped up at me, THE VOLUME OF THE FUTURE FOR THE CLASS OF 55. And within the covers I found that the lives of my classmates had been shaped by fate thus: Katherine Anderson is world-renowned for her research work on the Atomic Bomb, and her discoveries relating to the atom. Patsy Sharpe once considered a shy little soul is a tremendous success on her lecture tour through the U.S. and Europe. The subject of her lecture is "Feminine Poise." Catherine Hackett, the gal with the gorgeous auburn hair, put that hair to work for her. She now models for all the shampoo ads. The dark, petite, efficient foreign ambassador to Italy is Irene Gorrell. She is a very successful diplomat. June Kivett's fame is steadily on the upward swing due to her tremendous feats in the fashion world as assistant to Christian Dior. All the beautiful coiffures that the movie queens are sporting are shaped to per- fection by the talented Betty Andrews who at present owns her own salon in Hollywood. Warren Whitt has done well in the political realm, and at present is serving his first term in the Senate. Stock market reports have it that Bill Allred as a prominent broker, is making millions on Wall Street. He is happily married to a famous New York society beauty. Lee Snider is really dazzling the sports world with his amazing feats on the basketball court with one of those professional teams. John May is getting praise from the critics on his superb performances as lead man in a Broadway play. Barbara King is doing a first rate job as a top executive at Columbia Broadcasting Co. in New York. That's Wilma Coble's by-line you read on all the big news scoops. She's top AP correspondent in New York. Martha Robinson's path led her to an archeologists field and her recent unearthings in Egypt are startling. Surprisingly, the docile professor of Philosophy at Harvard happens to be Ed Durham. The tennis courts are really being kept warm by the dazzling play of Helen Friddle rated the world's best woman player. J. P. Royal's fan mail gave evidence of his abilities as a romantic crooner. He is even better than Eddie Fisher. Bobby Wyrick is making his mark doing the chief engineering duties for Lockheed Aircraft on the new rocket to the moon. Kay Pugh's new, contemporary art gallery in Paris is a great success. lt's the first one with a snack bar built in, in order that Kay can eat between meals. She's still trying to gain weight. Upon turning the last page, l saw my name, but before I could glimpse what was written there, the wan light failed and as it did the entire scene grew dim and misty, then wavered and disappeared. So of my own future, I know nothing. The last passage of that strange book I'm sure must have read, "You can only live your future one day at a time, so live it one day at a time, but live every day well." Prophet, Gladys Carter Class Poem O U R T A S K We, the Seniors, have taken but one step On the 'long road we must tread, Onward from these years which are past We faithfully go and seek our task. Alamance High we must leave behind To remain only in our hearts and minds, For ease and prosperity we will not ask, But we will find our task. Confusion and turmoil are on every hand, There are many mistakes to be made right, A world of darkness to change into light And this alone is our task. There is work to be done, and this we will do There is happiness to be had. With faith in ourselves, and trust in God We, the Seniors humbly go and accept our task. Poet Wilma Coble Last Will and Testament We, the Senior class of Alamance High School, in the year nineteen hundred and fifty-five, being of sound mind and strong body, having attained ample knowledge to graduate and take up the toil and hardships of what may come before us, do hereby set pen to this document. ARTICLE I TO THE FACULTY: FIRST: To our beloved principal, Mr. Wliiteley, we leave our thanks and appreciation for the past years of guidance. We also bequeath a genuine hand-made paddle auto- graphed by each member of the Senior Class. SECOND: To our English teacher and Senior Class Advisor, Miss jackson, we leave our love and gratitude for her patient understanding and leadership during our high school days. We also leave a dating two piece bathing suit so she may dazzle those tall, dark, and handsome bachelors in Hawaii. THIRD: To our science teacher and coach, Mr. Upstill, we leave a new formula, com- plete with instructions, for making hydrogen to replace the old one he used when he blew up the hydrogen burner. We hope the new formula makes hydrogen instead of a bomb. FOURTH: To our math and history teacher, Mr. Henry, we leave a tooth brush so he may keep that "Liberace" smile. We also leave him a new pair of chartreuse socks to replace the ones we so admired this past year. FIFTH: To our Home Economics teacher and junior class advisor, Mrs. Farrell, we leave our thanks for helping make our junior year a happy one. We also leave her a book on "How to Make Money" so she may continue to make other junior classes as successful as ours. SIXTH: To our business education teacher, Mrs. Hunt, we leave a ruler so she may be able to teach her next year's bookkeeping class to draw a straight line. ARTICLE II . We, the Seniors of Alamance School, have accumulated a few priceless articles throughout our 12 years in school, and wish to distribute them among the oncoming seniors. FIRST: June Kivett leaves one of her funniest jokes to jerry Montgomery. Jerry, we hope you can wait till after class to tell your jokes, june never could. She also leaves to Doug Smith the pin-ups that were left to her last year. Doug, june thought you'd find them more interesting than she did. SECOND: Lee Snider leaves a bottle of growing pills to Burnice Shoffner. Burnice, we hope they don't affect you the same way they did Lee. THIRD: Catherine Hackett leaves some of her red hair to Donnie Wray in case he loses some of his next year trying to be a senior. She also leaves one of her tall tales to Larry Kivett. Larry, if you ever get in trouble just use this for an excuse and we're sure you'll get into more trouble. ' FOURTH: Bobby Wyrick leaves his bus to Randy Johnson. He also leaves him a five- gallon can and a siphon hose for him to play with in the sand pile. Of course, Bobby never used them for anything else. FIFTH: john May leaves a book on "How Not to be Bashful" to George Kiger. George, we hope you won't stay the pretty red color that john usually does. SIXTH: J. P. Royal leaves to Larry Reynolds, Kay Pugh's telephone number. Larry, keep trying, maybe you'll have better luck than J. P. did. SEVENTH: Barbara King leaves to Sue Nunn a book of "How to Flirt." Sue, we know you don't need it, but since Barbara is married she can't find any use for it now. EIGHTH: Gladys Carter leaves to Rachel Byrley a bottle of white ink to replace the one Gladys spilled on her skirt this year in library. NINTH: Ed Durham leaves his basketball warm-up pants to Eddie O'Connor. Eddie, we surely hope they fit you better than they did Ed. He also leaves to Grover Wood a box to stand on so he may be as tall as everybody else. TENTH: Helen Friddle leaves to Margaret Phipps a bag of unpopped pop-corn. Margaret, we hope you can keep your classmates as healthy as Helen kept us. ELEVENTH: Patsy Sharpe leaves to Jerry Grubb her secret on how to keep quiet in class. Jerry, just follow the 5 simple rules in this pamphlet and we're sure that you too can learn to be quiet. TWELFTH: Martha Robinson leaves a pair of shoes with very thick soles to George Jones in case he runs our of gas as much as Martha has this past year. George, maybe you'll be richer than Martha was and can afford more than a quarter's worth of gas at a time. She also leaves to Ruth May and Christine Gorrell a sheet of cheerleader yells so that they may remember them next year. THIRTEENTH: Katherine Anderson leaves to Barbara Mclntyre her music book of Bach. Barbara, I hope what sounds you get out of it is music, Katherine's wasn't. She also leaves to Sam Nelson a written permission from Mrs. Foust to date Fuschia alone. Sammy, this is only the beginning of your senior privileges. FOURTEENTH: Kay Pugh leaves an apple to Ruth Brannock. Ruth, we hope this will keep you from getting hungry between classes. Kay always had hers with her every day. FIFTEENTH: Irene Gorrell leaves to Libby Hairr some comic books with history book covers. Libby, maybe next time you won't get caught, Irene never did. SIXTEENTH: Wilma Coble leaves to Ann Stancil her job as treasurer of the Senior Class. Ann, a box of ulcer tablets goes with this job. SEVENTEENTH: Betty Andrew leaves to her sister, Mary Andrew, her diploma. Mary, Betty, says its a long tough climb, and she wants to make sure you make it. EIGHTEENTH: Warren Whitt leaves to Ray Ingram his record of not yet having a wreck. He also leaves him a car with wheels so that he may carry on his record. NINETEENTH: Bill Allred leaves his superlative of Best Dressed to Jim Carter. I-Ie also leaves to Steve Priddy a necktie so he can be "stiff" competition for Jim. ARTICLE III In the presence of proper witnesses, we, the Seniors, do hereby declare this docu- ment to be signed, sealed and delivered on this the first day of june in the year 1955. Martha Robinson, Testatrix WITNESSES Diane Troxler Byron Tilman This ls Our L I F E 'Q'-Q M4994 21151 4. if I ll Hi ,ah XY YS' x I i ,, 55. I I! I Who originated the English language anyway? '?'? X Z l 'z l 1 xlwxs Looks like water to me! K 'F 'LI 3... e , , ,wg Tx A s x 5 'S iw Al 1 I don't want to be a secretary. QD' s 5 'Mn ,- 'I Watch out, don'f burn your finger. .ani a X Qi. Where is Cambodia? 2:1531 if ' if 1 N2 x Lv " , xx 0 How con we ever explain this? What cm I going to do offer I groduc.1fe?? .muy 4 1 Y ,I H Whoops! Miss Jockson's looking ! g , Jkqi ik ,. I, Xssi' A x 1 If Emily Post could only see us now! Isn't Healih Class fun! The Pause that refreshes between classes! Y Y Buildin Character We are Americonsg we speck for Democracy. Ms J Q N30 5 ft I me Rf Activities f Af , if This must mc ct least 52,0 Let us pray, 1' f ,, .rf :Q tt Xi Aff' Did everyone eat today? "And to each He gave a talent." Poor Mr. Whiteley. f"- z , 9 k ,4-J' 1 "7 It is more blessed to give, rhon to receive. A, 4 V Q Let s ploy house. 5 ,fn ss cw ,511 ef' 'E 5,5352 Q -i 1-, ., ,, lik 'vszxel 1' v And they lived happily ever offer! ! in aj 19, ,Avia nag.. . Q W--s--1-.-.....Nx.suklei 'Uv' an-new an-gr Social Activities .u is , - in X ,- X .F 51 is Q . it is ki . X, 'M Date, Bm? -- sl 3-4"1...h w ,ik .... i Ks. s 3: X , , fy is 1 . 5.5. "PX, Wm 'R The morning after the night before. vim? XX i s I don't see anything. I Q I Buff A . ,Nw TN lg .iq Q Q And it isn't even raining. mg One big happy family Play it "purty" boys! ! 5 n.,.. .xf xl F 1 1 if 255 -mah? wx Qw X 'X E QB H if T., 9' 'if ""'2f4,- if .,y.,'x "Chow time" af . Q 4 Q- :"'t:- fa" The piano roll blues, ,wwe R e . 1:1iI.E:i5TiI1--- X z Q - i o f 5:55 gg pf . 1' , "-. 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I M H A Superlatives r""'?""""" BEST SCHOOL SPIRIT Gladys Carter - Bobby Wyrick , if P X I ..f...,..u ' F K M ind gsm . .w'.'R,,,X T Nw-NNN -ul mn..5-1 W as-wp awww s ,Www .2 ""lS1-M . '!""' x N, if Q 'Y N Q 3 Mi . x , g 2 A , X , x . . A x 1 N Y ' "' ' ' ' X ix, , MN , . , Q K Q '- """F f m ww... s X ,,.,....h..if i L M R, W 5 3 . + X -+- www-wmw.Nw,,,Ww.M. X M... Q.....w,,v,..x.X,,,,.W...,,.4...t.,,,K -w.Q,..,NN,Y.,.W,. W, S T 1 3 Q Q . A ... 1 L 1 N -ww X x Xffm X k ' ks ai " X X R. xii - ' + . ,ww is Superlatives 4 X: as E MOST EFFICIENT John Moy - Wilma Coble is qi fl' Lf! 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Treasurer Margaret Phipps . . ..... Vice President Ann Stancnl .. .. . va K S B' Libby Hairr Grady Hedrick Ray Ingram Eugene Jackson Randy Johnson George Jones Larry Kiveff 13" ,pw-. U Mary Andrews Ruth Brannock Rachel Byrley Jim Carter Clarence Forrest Christine Gorrell Jerry Grubb Juniors Mm ,HOST .W if-9' Juniors Ruth May Barbara Mclntyre Jerry Montgomery Sammy Nelson Sue Nunn Eddie O'Connor Margaret Phipps Steve Pri ddy Larry Reynolds Bernice Shoffner Doug Smith Ann Stancil Grover Wood Donnie Wray 's .wx mv 3.04 H 1 ,, 1 515355'-Q"Wg??31'f Q..VQmx,.v'i 4. ,, . ia P, '. 5,1 ex: Y, w Q. , ke 4 Qi. -.M ,um x " 'Q - Q., 1 ff 1 .ff . '5 "' if 0 .ff i.f 4 A 'ff Au ui, " fu 1.- 4:4 41pgqw-llwf I arfwvvff' w ww 1 . X X x f-.,Q,- 1 . .. M, , .4. , F J V . A , f1,g,,r,.,,, ,Tw . 'MQ N. r wi. ,, .15 .. -, ,..w,jp531A 2'-rg. ,V 5-ff"-? , ,- Qi? nf -1,4 'ii-N 'Q- L ei.. we Sophomore Class Officers Puul Tuffie ....................... President Barbara Gorreff .................. Secretory Don Rich ...... ............ V ice President Mary Sue Knott .......... ..... T reosurer L I3 i Wayne Clapp Bill Clapp Doris Coble Sophomore Clarence Byrley David Bowers Harold Causey Maggie Curl Doris Dickens Barbara Garrett ,fx Mary Elizabeth Coble Jimmy Coble Kenneth Curl ophomores Edsell Greeson Ronald Jobe Mary Kirkman Johnny Michaux Tommy Oliver David Priddy Peggy Kirkmcn Mary Sue Knott Jerry McClintock Don Rich Jack Royal Donald Slayfon Sophomore Clay Snider Fay Snider Gene Stewart 3: in-. 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SP' Freshman Class Cfficers Dan Bailey ..... ................ P resident Lone Kivett Secretar Janice Preston . . . . . . . . . . . . .Vice President Judy Bowman. . . . . .Treasurer fha Freshmen John Allred Jesse Andrews Carol Arnold Dan Bailey Charles Barker Judy Bowman Tommie Sue Brannock David Byrley Bobby Causey Charles Coble Freshmen Eugene Dickens Diane Edwards Loretta Fogleman Fuschia Fousf Francis Harrington Marsha Hart Howard Hedrick Peggy Holt Donnell James Raymond Jones 4.1- IU! SX ,rw ' ii Kl"T'?':"l is X .ax-Q ,-1 uri in 'f""'f' its-TV 1 N-...l e"' ix e:?"",'S fu. ilu aww, Freshmen June Mafney Gary Monneft Richard Oliver Linda Phipps Janice Preston Wayne Reynolds Mac Royal Jean Sharpe Nancy Sharpe Enos Smith A. siali- if 1-lf? fit-M 'YN N 'TI' qi... Pat Stafford Priscilla Sykes Hugh Wilson 5 C x ' ff' U A I M, 1 W.. + "1 '1'wv "" ' 3' -fisi: 7 X W J ' AA ' .7 .-353: .... ,S f' '. 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After the program the entire student body joins in giving an offering. These gifts are distributed among the unfortunate people of the school community. Those chosen were: John Moy and lrene Gorrell, King and Queen, Barbara King, Martha Robinson, Wilma Coble and June Kivett, Attendants. WI? Sa,-,y Jr, Marshals The Marshals are elected each year by the seniors from the Junior, Sophomore, and Freshman classes. This year the Juniors are represented by: Ruth Bronnock, Sam Nelson and Jerry Montgomery, The Sopho- mores by: Betty Wyrick and Paul Tuttle, and the Freshmen by: Peggy Coble and John Allred. -1, .. 44 is 3 f 2 :il ! F Sf .E 35+ F E 4? ge gf 'E s as ii JL E 5 W Q 5 Ei lif 1, S 4 f 1? 1? 2 ? ,W Le 5 .X X af 'V rr E ku 5 - K Wt .X 4. x 331 A A, Nr" '39 I wk ev K A 'gf sf ,NWN A wwf ,Mig N 2 Harvest King and Queen JOHN MAY - IRENE GORRELL SMIQ ' W. ,ev wx X' YN Xe . ,,,, J "-'vw 4 . ' uf- v an '2"f-"M'L- ...mggw ,W " Wfx eff ' Q l 'ff egfw, 4, v l LW! L. X My same- .4 fo 316 Christmas Queen MARTHA ROBINSON wos chosen to represent Alomonce High School in the Greensboro Holiday Jubilee Porocle. Hi-C Club The Hi-C Club stands for clean living, clean scholarship, clean sportsmanship, and clean speech. Its purpose is to create, maintain and extend throughout the home, school and community high standards of Christian character. 5- f . , Y - .Q 1 2 S x C .33 C ,,. Q 1 Beta Club The Beta Club is an organization to promote high ideals of leadership, honesty, service and scholar- shipamong high school students of America. The present members are: Mr. Henry, Advisor, Sam Nel- son Margaret Phipps, Doug Smith, Ann Stancil, Ruth Brannock, Bobby Wyrick, Gladys Carter, Katherine Anderson, Wilma Coble, and Kay Pugh. Glee Club The GleeClub is an organization created for the purpose of promoting vocal music in the high school All students who are interested in vocal music and want to learn to enioy it may ioin the Glee Club Members are: Stancil, Nunn, Foust, Shoffner, Pugh, May, Anderson, Miss Barbee, Advisor, Byrley Gorrell, Mclntyre, Phipps, Andrews, M. Andrews, Royal, Allred, Smith, Durham, Oliver, and Tuttle Lettermen Students earn their letters by participating in school sports. F. F. A. Club Boys who are interested in farming as their coreer are members of this club. They receive instruc- tions on better farming from their odvisor, Mr. Hunter. 4-H Club This club is composed of students interested in either farming or homemaking. Their motto is "To Make the Best Better." i w wm Library Club ,Q of ,A 4 431. xv The members of this club are: Martha Robinson, Bernice Shoffner, Rachel Byrley, Mary Andrews, Doris Cable and Gladys Carter. The purpose of this club is to assist students and teachers in the libra- TY. Science Club -...Mx The science club whose membership consists of students who are especially interested in science. This club increases the students knowledge of science in the world today. Bus Patrol The Bus Patrol is composed of 26 boys and girls selected to help the bus drivers maintain order on the buses. Above are the senior members of the Bus Patrol . Bus Drivers Our Bus Drivers are doing a splendid iob. They are careful, and cautious and always manage to get to school on time. Drivers above are: Clarence Byrley, J. P. Royal, Troy Bailey, Bobby Wyrick, Ed Durham, and Lee Snider. X. 0 Ruth May :Tw Christine Gorrell - Martha Robinson Irene Gorrell Priscilla Sykes ,ff 9 Pep Rally June Kivetf Marsha Hart fr ' 3' - Qlll i 'xi' ri Ai A W 1? - ff Tomahawk Staff Wilma Cable, Editor Other members of the newspaper staff are: Kay Pugh, Martha Robinson, Gladys Carter, Katherine Anderson, June Kivett, Bobby Wyrick, John May, Helen Friddle and Barbara King. A X' i ,,ww?fW A S if 'QF 5 1 pfgqg. 612 , - l55?"'f I' is yn Vi' I 1-nt' 5 r 'L S F 4 x :WA , N3 N SHN QW Cafeteria Staff Miss Parker Mrs. Jones Mrs. Reynolds Popularity King and Queen BILL ALLRED JUNE KIVETT L ,Jr xk vu-M L. 1 4, Q 1 'M X xv uf 'sn ,M 9911 wap RI! 4,,,, ,.,X 'Ky " fi X -..,,k 4 Nu S WWQBQMA -a-4 OJ 3 anq nir OJ '4' L- 'E 5 7 M24 ng 1 S fr G O9 f cmd dance rou omg G S irh N quef, O ior P,-G r-Sem mio Ju f N9 G emefvoineci ls g r These 1 9 Co: w CI ilrr Gorre Irene Ho rr, by Lb on, SVS And V16 Kofieri UQM P Kay :J nson, Q0 O Greg Mort? FJGVY veff. 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MAULDIN OIL COMPANY INC DISTRIBUTOR FUEL OIL AND KEROSENE I4l0 WEST LEE STREET PHONE 2 2IB5 FOR THE BEST IN FURNITURE VALUES 323 S ELM STREET THE HOME OF FRIENDLY CREDIT GREENSBOROp NORTH CAROLINA COMPLIMENTS o BARKER CLEANERS su sou'rH ELAM Avenue GREENSBORO, NORTH CAROLINA PHONE 3 aass AUTHORIZED GENERAL ELECTRIC AND MAYTAG SALES AND SERVICE APPLIANCE SERVICE CO I22 BISHOP ST GREENSBOROn N PHONE 3 276I J R FRAZI R TOM PEARSALL NIGHT 8: SUNDAY PHONE 2 4980 TIPPETS VARIETY STORE IIOG ASH EBORO STREET NOTIONS DRY GOODS HARDWARE PAINTS TOYS GRADUATION BIRTHDAY 8: WEDDING SHOWER GIFTS NO PARKING PROBLEMS 0 0 a 4 5 S GREENSBORCM NORTH CAROLINA F . ' . C . . E Mojud Co., Inc. GREENSBOROg NORTH CAROLINA MANUFACTURERS OF LADIES' FULL FASHIONED HOSIERY AND LINGERIE MILLS GREENSBOROg N C WILMINGTON' N C DECATUR. 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N, C PHONE 2 5I7I DISTRIBUTORS OF AUTOMOTIVE PARTS 8: SUPPLIES 609 SOUTH ELM STREET GREENSBOROn N C A I VENETIAN BLIND MANUFACTURING COMPANY WE SPECIALIZE IN cus-rom BUILT BLINDSI MANSFIELD 'S GROCERY GENERAL GROCERY MEATS PRODUCE FEEDS ASHEBORO STREET EXTENSION OPEN FROM 7 AM TO 7 PM MONDAY FRIDAY GREENSBOROQ NORTH CAROLINA 522 WALKER AVENUE GREENSBORO NORTH CAROLINA AAA SEAFOOD MARKET SEAFOOD FRESH QUALITY AS OuR NAME "AAA" w. T, PATILLO. MANAGER soo S, ELM STREET PHONE 2 5446 GREENSBOROQ NORTH CAROLINA x 1' ' I :jg .,f EX :':.'.'-- " 'SX git: 'L , OF . . n 1 .. SMITH 'S FOOD MARKET 509 ELAM AVENUE GREENSBOROg NORTH CAROLINA THE FINEST IN MEATS AND FANCY GROCERIES ROY T. 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