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

 - Class of 1956

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In the classroom, you were stimulated to acquire knowledge -- to seek truth, on the athletic Field, you achieved physical Fitness, and in your heart was bred a desire to fight, not For personal honors, but for your school: through participation in clubs and organizations you developed leadership and a co- operative spiritg and in your contact with students and teachers you learned the value of Friendship, loyalty and understanding. In the hope that this has been a momentous year in your life, we have attempted to portray many interesting features of school life which we hope may be lovingly recalled in the years to come. SUE NUNN Editor-In-Chief This school is yours, for YOU are THE SCHOOL. Bricks and mortar, steel, glass and wood, even furniture and shrubbery do not make a school until the building becomes alive with YOU, your friends, your teachers, and that intangible thing we call YOUR SPIRIT. One year of your school life is recorded throughout these pages. What has the year l955-l956 meant to you? I .4 RQ. ff: . 'N Xi 1 kr xy .. f ' PX Xl- 1 MW, .KJ Af. kms. of 1956 Sue Nunn - Ann Sfancil Berneice Shoffner Margaret Phipps Sam Nelson Ruth May Eddie O'Connor Doug Smifh Libby Hairr Rufh Brannock Miss Mary L. Jackson Advisor Smoke Signals Staff .l Editor-ln-Chief 'U' .1 Mr. Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs Mr. and Mrs Mr. and Mrs and Mrs. C. F. Andrew T. G. Brannock C. J. W C. D. C. W G E. E. Byrley Frank Carter J. Forrest R. Grubb G. Hairr G. Ingram H. Johnson K. Jones A. Kivett Dedication We Dedicate the I 956 Smoke Signals to Our Parents Mr Mr Mr Mr Mr Mr Mr Mr Mr Mr Mr Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Wray and Mrs. Guy May M. G. Montgomery and Mrs. and Mrs. and Mrs. and Mrs. and Mrs. and Mrs. and Mrs. and Mrs and Mrs H. E. Nelson Waco Nunn Tom O'Connor C. E. Phipps E. H. Reynolds J. Richard Shoffner W. E. Smith J. G. Stancil G. C. Wood These are the people who have shared our heartaches with sympathy, and our happiness with ioy. They have understood our troubles and problems and they have encouraged, taught, influenced, and loved us. And best of all, they have given us their Friendship. So it is with deep gratitude and Pleasure that we dedicate this volume of "Smoke Signals" to our parents. . X DJ u .s, L .Qi 54 T! Inv HI: im' '11 x. 1 . Q awww, 195, ?'5"'.' 'T WW 1-N.. - f .v , .5 -' R, ,, .I-1 3- . . 5, gg, f - . -, :,... . ,L V - J? .. , .V 'V AX N ,,,1'?, 'Q U... ,K ln 'M 44 ., ,- ffffgi. ri' T 1:' " we-143' .. J. , - .mir V -,V . - -, 'i'n ,. . ,- 1: '-. K I ' 3 ei ' -5 5 X . , F ,Q wg , 4-331.2 . I, '2:'ff'x'5 ' , 'VM' -, ' 4 .,j - Z4 f ' , ll' Mr' ,.1,gf..,, 5' r lx: 3 . 'UQ xjw ,Wm .3 ,..,-'XJ 3 -5 ,qw , , ., ,r M.. ar -I 1 ,A-nr,-:- -TH." .A...q-Y x ' f, .,',, f 3-.g J 5, . 1, ,.:,,.,x 1 1 .Livrf l . ,- '1 , A ,. r.... 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L- ., ,,w..,v1w. -. u . .r -.X -,- ,M-'M g 35.31421 'eff-gi' I' 1,5 mfr' ' ' GV, fy :hw-.i :J - .HI 5, 1, , 1: if , A A cg, .1,. .-,-4' gg . 1 ,, ,,, A 3 ,wk 2.31 . r- n 'H' F 1. "fx :Y xv 'F ui., 1 N, x 1 - ,.-v-. . mn. J., 0 enior Class Officers President...........................................Sam Nelson Vice-President . . . Secretary . . . . Treasurer . . . . . CLASS FLOWER: Carnation CLASS COLOR: Blue ancl White CLASS MOTTO: Aim High, Reach Higher . . . Doug Smith ..... Sue Nunn . . .Ann Stancil CLASS PRAYER: Our Father, which art in heaven, As we draw toa close our years of hard study, and as we go out into the world to make our way of life, we ask Thee to guide and to strengthen us along the way. As we meet the many hardships and struggles of life may we Feel Thy presence near us and may our Faith be increased. Oh Lord, in all our ways may we ac- knowledge Him and He shall direct our paths. -- AMEN MARY ANDREW The only way to have a friend is io be one." RUTH BRANNOCK Lei' me live in a house by the slcle of the road and be a Friend to man RACHEL BYRLEY Every step makes my gain." JIM CARTER He who soyefh little fhinkefh much." CLARENCE FORREST Silence is golden." JERRY GRUBB The height of my ambition is only to Find my place." LIBBY HAIRR Virtue and genuine grace in themselves spread what no words can utter." RAY INGRAM To be doing good is man's most glorious task. " RANDY JOHNSON Ahl What a treasure is wit." GEORGE JON ES The world is mine if I had time to take care of it." LARRY KIVETT Never rise to speak until you have something to sayp and when you have said it cease." RUTH MAY To have a respect for ourselves guides our morals and to have a deference for others governs our manners." 4-f"' SHT' JERRY MONTGOMERY I envy no man that knows more than myself, but pity them that know less." SAM NELSON Sincerity, a deep, genuine, heart- felt sincerity is a trait of true and noble manhood." SUE NUNN She is so free, so kind, so apt, such blessed o disposition." EDDIE O'CONNOR Though I am always in haste, I am never in a hurry." MARGARET PHIPPS Possess your soul with patience LARRY REYNOLDS The highest manhood resides in disposition not in mere intellect." BERNI ECE SHOFFNER Without kindness there can be no true ioy." DOUG SMITH But now my task is smoothly done, I can Fly or I can run." ANN STANCIL To be trusted is a greater compliment than to be loved. GROV ER WOOD Simplicity of all things is the hardest to be copied." -. DONNIE WRAY "A Face that cannot smile is never good." Class Poem We stand at the parting of our ways We, who have toiled and strove We stand at the parting of our ways To go out from the school we love. Dear school, we regret to leave you And we are loath to go But you have declared us ready And you are the one to know. Each has a place for the taking Indeed, we shall journey afar Each in the part of service In quest of his own goal star. Good-bye dear friends and faculty You have been so faithful and kind You have toiled and labored with us And now we must leave you behind Each in the part of service In search for his separate goal But Alamance is enshrined forever ln the heart of each separate soul. Poet - Libby Halrr Memories A History of the Class of 1956 Sam Nelson, Historian In looking back over these years we've spent together, we find a few that stand out in-so-far as memories are concerned. During these past four years we have collected many Golden memories that we shall cherish forever. We all remember that long awaited year 1952, when we finally became high school freshmen. We were the greenest group of people Alamance ever enrolled. Everything we did for the first few days was wrong, but with the faithful, patient guidance of Miss Everett, our home room teacher, we survived that first week of bewilderment. As soon as we were settled down, we elected our class officers and Sam Nelson became our first president. We were very proud to have five boys and two girls on the basketball teams and in the spring 6 boys made the baseball team. The high spot in our freshman year was the trip to Hanging Rock Park. We had a grand time even though it did rain. Then came spring and the end of our first year in high school. It was a happy day when we received our report cards which said, "promoted to the tenth grade." After a brief summer vacation the old school bell rang in another school year and we were now sophomores. We realize now that we were a little hard to handle that year and we appreciate the kind patience of Mrs. Hunt, our home room teacher. Five boys and three girls received basketball suits that year and five boys were on the baseball team. ln the spring we took a trip to Reynolds Park and yes, you guessed it, it rained again. We enioyed the trip even though we all got rather damp. Funny thing about this group of kids, no matter how dark and stormy this world be, nothing dampens their spirits. School quickly came to a close. Algebra and Biology had presented their problems, but we overcame them. Then we were iuniorsl Fall came again, and with it came the beginning of our junior year in high school. Mrs. Farrell, our home room teacher was always cheerful and full of ideas on how to raise money. Our rings were ordered and we were really sitting on top of the world that day when they arrived. It was a long awaited occasion and we were eager to show everyone our new possession. The climax of our iunior year was the planning and giving of the Junior-Senior Banquet. It was held in the O. Henry Hotel ballroom. The theme, "Moonlight and Roses" was in decoration and song, and we were very proud of our efforts. The final important event of the iunior year was the presentation of the iunior play "Aunt Tillie Goes to Town." We shall always remember the good times we shared in our iunior year. Summer came and went, and again we were in school. We were seniors- the goal for which we had toiled for twelve long years. Mrs. Nichols was our home room teacher this year, and with her helpful guidance we survived the many senior experiences. Class officers were eltected early and things got under way. The newspaper staff was elected and the Peace Pipe brimming over with school news was published monthly. The annual staff also was elected and under the guidance of Miss Jackson put out what we think is the best yet. The harvest king and queen were chosen and the Thanksgiving program was pre- sented. Then came the trip to Washington, and senior play, and last of all Commencement exercises. It all ended too soon. We have graduated. We are all going to travel from now on our own separate ways, but we will always be able to recall the golden memories of the years we spent together at Alamance. Last Will and Testament We, the Senior Class of Alamance High School being of sound but crammed mind and strong body do hereby leave this our last will and testament to the rising Senior Class and the members of the Faculty. We realize that they will truly need everything that this will provides. Article I Item I-To the rising Senior Class we entrust the dignity and responsibility of Seniorship. We also leave our ability to get out of homework assignments. Item ll-To the rising Juniors we leave our best business minds and financial genius that they might have a successful Junior-Senior banquet. Item III-To the rising Sophomores we leave our positions on the Basketball and Cheerleader squads. Item IV-To the next year's Freshman Class we leave our heartiest sympa- thies, remembering how difficult it was to get through our first year of high school. Article Il Item I-To our principal Mr. Whiteley we wish to express our many thanks for the interest and guidance he has given us during the past years. Item Il-To our English teacher and Annual advisor Miss Jackson we leave our heart-felt thanks and gratitude for the many Sunday afternoons she sacri- ficed so that we might publish this edition of Smoke Signals. Item Ill-To our coach and science teacher Mr. Upstill we leave detailed in- structions in first aid so that he may continue "patching up" his basketball team. Item IV-To our Business Education teacher and Senior Class advisor Mrs. Nichols we leave a bottle of correction fluid to replace the one we used cor- recting stencils, we also leave our love and appreciation for guiding us suc- cessfully through our last year of school. Item V-To our home economics teacher Mrs. Farrell we leave our appreci- ation for helping us plan and present a successful Junior-Senior Banquet, also for her help in making our'Jr. year a happy one. Item VI-To our math teacher Mr. King we leave a theorem which, when completed may prove how to get more work out of slothful students. Item VII-To our agriculture teacher Mr. Hunter we leave a quiet class room to replace the energetic ones he has had the past few years. Item VIII-To the entire faculty we bequeath three months of peace and quiet, effective immediately after our graduation. Article III ' Finding out that many students of our class have through the years acquired important accomplishments and characteristics, it is our will to bestow them now upon students to whom they may prove beneficial. 1. Sam Nelson leaves to Paul Tuttle the experience of being Senior Class president. Paul, you will certainly need it. 2. Larry Reynolds leaves to Clarence Byrley his "Good Promises" of the future. 3. Eddie O'Connor leaves to Ronald Jobe his position on the ball team. Ronnie, Eddie really sparked the team this year and we feel sure you can next year. 4. Ann Stancil leaves to Maggie Curl her talented ways. Maggie its your iob to keep your classmates entertained. 5. Sue Nunn leaves to Barbara Garrett her desire to be the perfect house- wife. Also to Don Rich she bequeaths her wonderful ideas for "5moke Signals." 6. Margaret Phipps leaves to Betty Wyrick her accomplishments at flirting so there won't be a scarcity of dates. 7. Jerry Montgomery leaves his ability to get along with the teachers to Jimmy Cable. lf you need any pointers Jimmy, iust come to Jerry. 8. Ray Ingram leaves to Tommy Oliver his Sherlock Holmes ways. Tommy, maybe the Secretarial Class will appreciate you as much as Ray was ap- preciated this year. 9. Jerry Grubb refuses to leave anything because he says that he needs everything he has. 10. Randy Johnson leaves his height to Johnny Michaux. Johnny you will sure use a bit of it. He also leaves to Donald Slayton his wonderful sense of humor. 11. Mary Andrew leaves to Fay Snider her sedateness. Fay it sometimes comes in handy. Mary always thought so. ' 12. Berniece Shoffner leaves her sewing instructions to Doris Coble. Doris maybe you'll be lucky enough to win a prize too. 13. Rachel Byrley leaves her ability to operate a mimeograph machine to Mary Edwards. Mary we hope everyone will be able to depend on you just as we did on Rachel. 14. Libby Hairr leaves to Mary Kirkman her ability to find a date when one is most needed. Libby was never without one, Mary. 15. Ruth May leaves to Peggy Kirkman her instructions on how to use Mrs. Nichols' correction fluid. Ruth knows how perfectly. She's had enough practice. 16. Grover Wood leaves to Barbara Watkins his characteristic of thinking up odd questions to ask in class. 17. George Jones leaves to Gene Stewart his lively spirit and winning ways. To Donald Rich he bequeaths his love for driving a car. 18. Jim Carter leaves his tardy record to Buddy Curl. We hope you won't need it Buddy but iust in case! 19. Doug Smith leaves his artistic ability to Harold Causey. Doug feels sure next year's annual staff can use you Harold. 20. Donnie Wray leaves to Clay Snider his love of basketball. Practice makes perfect, Clay. 21. Larry Kivett leaves bus No. 127 to Jack Royal. Jack be careful. Larry always was. 22. I, Ruth Brannock leave my ability to go on a diet without any success to June Phillips, and I also bequeath my iob as testatrix to anyone who wants it. Article V In the presence of proper witnesses, we, the class of '56 do hereby set our hands and seal on this 29 day of May 1956. Witnesses: Debby Reynolds Danny Shoffner Ruth Brannock Testatrix Prophecy Ruth May As I climbed into my spacious flying saucer, the "Comet," and went soaring into the dark, star-studded night, with not a care in the world, I thought, "Wouldn't it be wonderful to see the future of all my friends written in the sky?" Suddenly, as my saucer continued its flight across the sky, I saw the most dazzling and glorious sight I had ever seen. Wondering what this unusual display might be, I pulled the crank and the "Comet" turned and l saw these words: "Future Steps-Class of 1955-56." As I followed the footsteps, I read the stor yof my classmates as displayed in these pictures. Margaret Phipps is a secretary to the President of U. C. L. A. Her work must be satisfactory, she has been there for ten years. Doug Smith is a iet mechanic for the Air Force. Doug could always tinker with something and make it run, so he must be happy working for his Uncle Sam. Ruth Brannock is doing laboratory research for Johns Hopkins Hospital in Baltimore. Ruth is one of five girls on the staff, and she is making a name for herself and the hospital. Jerry Montgomery is very popular in the field of sports. He is the No. 'l broadcaster for A. B. C. Radio. Berniece Shoffner has iust created another design for Dior. She is making a name for herself in Paris. Jerry Grubb has his own car lot now. Jerry can fast-talk anyone into buying one of his cars. Clarence Forrest models men's clothes in a fashionable shop in Hollywood, California. Even in school Clarence had good taste in selecting his clothes. Grover Wood's construction business is booming. He now has a contract for a 'IOO story sky scraper in Nashville, Tennessee. Larry Reynolds' strict orders are carried out very efficiently in the Air Force. As Lt. Colonel the men obey his every command. Libby Hairr is the head instructor for Bell Telephone Company. She works very hard trying to straighten the lines after a class with new operators, but her girls learn fast. Eddie O'Connor's flower arrangements are making him very popular with various clubs and organizations. Also Eddie is flooded with orders at banquet time. George Jones as an electrician also invents new appliances for General Electric. He is now trying to invent a pop-up-toaster that doesn't make a noise when it pops up. Larry Kivettfs motorcycle shop is getting to be a favorite spot with the teen-agers. He is now giving free rides to all his prospective buyers. Mary Andrew, in the field of Physical Theraphy, has won the hearts of all her patients. Even in school she could make the children sit up and smile. Sam Nelson is now an electrical engineer. He wonders why it's so hard to find work when all he did for his first employer was to put two little wires together and put the lights out for two weeks. Jim Carter now has his own farm and he specializes in beef for 4-H shows. His cows are also pictured in the latest farm magazines. Ann Stancil is a bookkeeper for a large firm in Chicago. She remembers how it was, as treasurer for the class for two years in high school, and now she wonders if she will ever keep books for "Swift and Company." Rachel Byrley has charge of demonstrating office equipment in the Empire State Building, in N. Y. She shudders when she remembers how long it took us to learn how to operate the mimeograph machine and hopes her buyers will learn faster. Ray Ingram is the proprietor of a chain of Soda Shops. As usual, Ray always has his car full of people drinking sodas that they charge to him. Randy Johnson, has a iob drawing cartoons with Colliers Magazine. Now we know how Randy got to be the "Wittest" of the Senior Class. Sue Nunn is the most wanted model in New York. But with her newly acquired husband, Sue feels her place is in the home and rarely does work outside. Donnie Wray is a chaplain for the Navy. His red hair has made him very popular with all the sailors. Now, I see-Oh dearl The "Comet" is coming to earth again! l'll never know what my future will be. But before I landed I saw another spectacular display: "Plan your future now." And this great quotation came to my mind: "Hitch your wagon to a star." These things you have iust read could only have happened to the Alamance Senior Class of I956." Our Mascots DEBBY REYNOLDS DANNY SHOFFN ER Giftorian Jingles To RACHEL BYRLEY who types with no terrors, We give an eraser to keep down the errors. To SUE NUNN who hopes to be Clarence's wife, We give to her a Butcher Knive. To RAY INGRAM who likes to chew gum, We the class of '56 give him some. To LARRY REYNOLDS who has gone out of his head, We give this ring so he can be wed. To LIBBY HAIRR who has a special beau, We give this road map to show her where to go. To BERNIECE SHOFFNER who is neat as a pin, We give this needle so she can mend. To RUTH MAY who has the longest hair of the girls, We give a permanent to make plenty of curls. To JERRY GRUBB who loves his fun, We give for protection only, this gun. To LARRY KIVETT who is always slow, We give a turtle so he can go on with the show. To ANN STANCIL, a courteous classmate, We give this book on Emily Post to keep her up to date To SAMMY NELSON who has outstanding knowledge, We give this application to Guilford College. To EDDIE O'CONNOR the most Athletic of all, We give a souvenir Basketball. To GEORGE JONES, the best-looking boy, Who acts like a child, we give him this toy. To DONNIE WRAY, with the winning grim, We give this top which he can spin. To MARGARET PHIPPS a genius you know, We give this monkey to complete her show. To RUTH BRANNOCK who talks a lot, We give this tape to keep her off the spot. To GROVER WOOD who seldom dates, We give these Chinese dolls to be his mates. To DOUGLAS SMITH who draws in a daze, We give this picture so he'll remember his ways. To MARY ANDREWS who's to be a teacher it's said We give this hickory stick so she won't go off in her I head . To JERRY MONTGOMERY who sings like a lark, We give this music so he can sing in the park. To JIM CARTER, who has a friend so dear, We give Barbara's picture so she'Il be near. To CLARENCE FORREST the quietest of all the boys, We give this horn to make a little noise. No gift of my own that I can pick, Just only to be remembered by the class of '56 RAN DY JOHNSON Giftorian RUTH BRANNOCK - Fifty years ago, an old-fashioned garden, a dove. LIBBY HAIRR - Shunshine, friendship, an easy chair. RANDY JOHNSON - Peck's bad boy, bicycles and roller skates, little Henry. GEORGE JONES ' Huckleberry Finn, ginger snaps, a fourth of July Celebration. MARY ANDREW - The age of innocence, baby angels, Alice in Wonderland. MARGARET PHIPPS - Madame President, the woman of tomorrow. RAY INGRAM - A red racer, a merry-go-round. SAM NELSON - Words of six syllables, leather bound books. 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'F W LL I xx, 'ai -pb 'SQ F iff: X A UQ uf ,-nil K lg Q ppm. X 3 o J ,W . M f Wl1af's the big , ' occasion -HE ffwi X, Margoret?? A 1 '-.--. lm F' of Dorff W fffggg bww Xp ' '1" ,.,.,: 1.1 ,W f , "L 1 Q -ff A ITV, 4 ,. f f . jg! fi 5 :.. .:.: .E1 " A , .sr I 1 xi H complete wardrobe makes the girl of today and the woman of tomorrow. Do you think Bob is coming for supper tonight. -a 'YA 5 L-" s. E: ..- A , ' 'fgi iff: . Enxfk , fx I . Do you need any l'1elp'?'-7 ...av-' N..-a Will anything every come of thus? We Pose H lnformally as -T ' ye 5 J, ' '29 1 ll I fl-lil'1k they en- joy if. " , if 'fa M-""" nv Whose books are these anyway '? ? ? Will we ever learn? 'P 'P Qyaox 9555 rj 0 "We wont 'rock and roll' not Beethoven. " suggest we do this every day. " W-CT. 'x , xigiggsikgg As We're innocenfl 'Q Always in Q hurry! I Late again! .no-9 'A X .01 L -4 J x X. , ,W XXX 'Y X 'x A ,KM , ,- I sitting downll Q 7 3? ij! . ' 5 Q , f ,Q 3 education came from. 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Prepare me now in friendly strife On the playing field of life. And some day, Master, Coach Supreme, Let me play on your great team." Amen Boys .X FIRST TEAM Tuffle Nelson O'Connor Rich Jones Coach Upsfill Basketball Team x 6 Come on Coach , ing 'eml thot's fell- rw G, Nnw.,, 'x Jump a little higher girls!" "Whct's Basketball for '? ? ? " Team lx lift S...,..f ,Y X me .4 "Where is that ball ?" K Surely they are not "matching " ? 1 R . V1.1 Boys Baseball Team i 1 3 :fy h ll yllllldl Pep M' Ra ' kf X 'V- X fi r X fa W Q M1 65 n Q n -4 X , 1 Y , if WSW A3 9 'X lv! 1 f0Hl":P J A-2 7555 3 W Mg'.rg41.l 549, yo -JN, N -:WW ,f 'f4?f -, -ff if ,! -N ml- I Mx ' XX ,X f 57, ww 7 x 1 45 45 SJR TY lf, Xa, .9 X tr X 'L -'l X x I vfilfifics 0 if 'J A I ' .Y . 544 . Q 2 Jig ,' jx., fa. 3' ii ' 315. w .Emi 1,1 - -vw.-fm 'Uv 1 1 4 , rf . PJ. 1' ful' im .L ., M, W- 1 ,N v.. ., N, '3 f1j:'u,. L cj 1.1 ,3'f"'U. -A.. 'if -1, fri 'V ' .f .,. w ' , Q w M" --, ' Aa. 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'Ty XVFEHY3' .Y , A' V ' Q 2, I. ,IN 43--Q' z.. . 1, 1,2 ' '-Jwm. fi v. gg. ,V-si, "if -'.'. ,amd 1.34 .Q Newspaper taff Editor: Ann Stancil Production Manager: Rachel Byrley Assistant Editor: Ray Ingram Assistant Production Manager: Sue Nunn Art Manager: Doug Smith Reporters: Mary Andrews Business Manager: Larry Reynolds Margaret Phipps Circulation Manager: Eddie O'Connor Berniece Shoffner Assistant Circulation Manager: George Jones Jerry Grubb , ,, , ,.X.Mv-...Ag,,,....Ma,., Az 'EM' awk. X ...A Q.. Q MW...WM..,mmW, X ip 5 ,N N lm S. S ,. ,F y N. , Q ' ge Marshals Saunders Wyrick, Peggy Reynolds, Johnny Michaux, Chief, Mary Catherine Edwards, Wayne Clapp, Linda Phipps, John Allred. Miss Mary Ann Dudley, Director Glee Club Beta Club Margaret Phipps, Ruth Brannock, Fuschia Foust, Johnny Michaux, Sara Coble Sponsor, Francis Harrington, Sam Nelson, John Allred, Mary Catherine Edwards, Paul Tuttle, Wayne Clapp, Doug Smith . , Ann Stancil, Mr. King 'i xi, f it ':-es f -W", I X I Y... cience Club Did "Curosity" really kill a cat? ,u f FABEEW K G6fuR,!iL1C.gMAMgRl ug f f CAT 'gf' K 4 Mvx W ,4QXoo"T'04' 5i5FlFA'f C k U5 ,vo -- '- UIQ! X?",'2,11f full lyk-'Q The clubs that will mold our future form life. ,w.mvm,,.fF"' O 'H ni.. Q H I SENIUR I H . U" .QV -4-...ai SCHO Bus Drivers Montgomery, Nelson, Causey, Cable Snider, Kivett, Byrley. nom mom s EUILFUFU ..--"""'d Bus Patrol Phillips, Hairr, Staley, Edwards, Cable, Kirkman, Holt, Sharpe, Cable, Oliver, Gorrell. I Y :.., . ., is 5 A f I ' f TNA - I of"mwff'l"".. I W - , 5 , ,w A 5' I w 7 'Lg' 5 1 Q , . r' 5, ,, I 2 5 Q 1- Q I I 1 2 A 5 The PROGRAM COMMITTEE composed of class presidenfs strive to make our school a beffer place fo atrend. Wayne Carter, Sam Nelson, Paul Tuffle, Nancy Sharpe vg .WM I ..-V X mf. LIBRARY COMMITTEE--"Please see fhaf the books are straightened and are in The right place Berry Wyrick, Berneice Shoffner, Ray Ingram, Tommy Oliver. "Start the day with a song and smiie "Of all people to have a ' Green , Thumb'i " Margaret 5 ... Ann 1 I Ronald , Eddie If We show our thanks each year by bringing gifts for the needy. if fl' L -fn V Judy Bowman Paul Tuttle Ruth Bronnock 'Ui Cafeteria Committee "Let's keep the cafeteria clean!" Athletic Committee Nothing can that bad . " " : lv ' 'F' 7 Q 1 Eeewwkmm Larry Reync Georg Jones Don Rich Jack Royal Me I my rf Mrs . Jones Director Miss Efhel Parker Mrs. Reynolds Mrs. May These are re- sponsible for the good food we are served each day . An important time every day for the Seniors Hold fight Ruth is around . E, ., .sr , S .wwe to X 'K awww being hounded by the police. George Jones, Randy Johnson, Jerry Montgomery I wish we could have a Junior Play every month. R' S 41 uw 33551 , of We can't even come to school without High chool tudent Directory Allred, John '58, Route IO, Greensboro Andrews, Delma '58, Route I, Whitsett Andrews, Jessie '58, Route I, Whitsett Andrews, Mary '56, Route I, Whitsett Arnold, Carol '58, Route I0, Greensboro B Bailey, Dan '58, Route 10, Greensboro Bailey, Helen '59, Route IO, Greensboro Barefoot, Miles '59, Route IO, Greensboro Blakte, Gary '59, Route'IO, Greensboro Bowman, Judy '58, Route IO, Greensboro Brannock, Ruth '56, Route IO, Greensboro Brannock, Tommie '58, Route I0, Greensboro Byrley Byrley, Byrley Carter Carter Clarence '57, Route I, Whitsett David '58, Route I, Whitsett Rachel '56, Route I, Whitsett C Jim '56, Route 6, Greensboro Wayne '59, Route I, Whitsett Causey, Bobby '58, Route IO, Greensboro Causey, Harold '57, Route I0, Greensboro Causey, Hartley '59, Route I0, Greensboro Clapp, Coble, Coble, Coble, Coble, Coble, Coble, Coble Wayne '57 , Route 6, Greensboro Charles '58, Route IO, Greensboro Doris '57, Route 4, Greensboro Elizabeth '57, Route 4, Greensboro Jimmy '57, Route 4, Greensboro Linda '59, Route IO, Greensboro Peggy '58, Route IO, Greensboro Sara '58 Route I Julian Collins, Bobby '59, Route IIO, Greensboro Curl, Buddy '57, Route IO, Greensboro Curl, Maggie '57, Route 6, Greensboro D Davis, Jean '58, Route 6, Greensboro Dunlap, Early '59, Route 4, Greensboro Dunlap, Henry '59, Route 4, Greensboro E Eatmon, Charity '59, Route IO, Greensboro Edwards, Mary C. '57, Route, Greensboro Fogleman, Loretta '58, Route IO, Greensboro Forrest, Clarence '56, Route 4, Greensboro Forrest, Millie '58, Route 4, Greensboro Foust, Fuschia '58, Route 6, Greensboro G Garrett, Bobbie '57, Route IO, Greensboro Gibson, Clay '59, Route IO, Greensboro Gorrell, Ruth '59, Route 6, Greensboro Greeson, Edsell '57, Route I, Julian Grubb, Coley '59, Route IO, Greensboro Grubb, Jerry '56, Route IO, Greensboro H Hackett, Faye '59 Route IO, Greensboro Hairr, Libby '56, Route 6, Greensboro Handy, Robert '59, Route IO, Greensboro Harrington, Francis '58, Route 6, Greensboro Hedrick, Howard '58, Route 4, Greensboro Holt, Peggy '58, Route I, McLeansville Hutchins, Gilbert '59, Route I, Whitsett I Ingram, Ray '56, Route 6, Greensboro Inman, Doug '59, Route IO, Greensboro J James, Donnell '58, Route 6, Greensboro James, Joe '59, Route 6, Greensboro Jobe, Ronald '57, Route IO, Greensboro Johnson, Randy '56, Route IO, Greensboro Jones, George '56, Route I, Julian Jones, Raymond '58, Route 4, Greenrboro K Kerr, Joe '58, Route 4, Greensboro Key, Mary Beth '59, Route 4, Greensboro Kirkman, Mary '57, Route IO, Greensboro Kirkman, Peggie '57, Route 4, Greensboro Kivett, Lane '58, Route IO, Greensboro Kivett, Larry '56, Route IO, Greensboro High chool tudent Directory M May, Billy '59, Route l0, Greensboro May, Ruth, '56, Route IO, Greensboro McLees, Carolyn '59, Route IO, Greensboro Michoux. Johnny '57, Route 1, Whitsett Monnett, Gary '58, Route 4, Greensboro Monnett, Lynn '59, Route 4, Greensboro Montgomery, Jerry '56, Route 10, Greensboro N Nance, Larry '59, Route l, McLeansville Nelson, Sam '56, Route IO, Greensboro Nunn, Sue '56, Route 6, Greensboro O O'Connor, Eddie '56, Route IO, Greensboro Oliver, Gwyn '59, Route 10, Greensboro Oliver, Tommy '57, Route 10, Greensboro P Patillo, Thomas J. '59, Route IO, Greensboro Pegram, Hubert '59, Route 10, Greensboro Phillips, June '57, Route IO, Greensboro Phipps, Linda '58, Route I, Whitsett Phipps, Margaret '56, Route i, Whitsett Poole, Jerry '58 , Route 7, Greensboro R Reese, Evelyn '59, Route l0, Greensboro Reynolds, Larry '56, Route l0, Greensboro Reynolds, Peggy '59, Route IO, Greensboro Reynolds, Wayne '58, Route 6, Greensboro Rich, Don '57, Route 10, Greensboro Rickman, Joann '59, Route 4, Greensboro Ring, Phil '59, Route 4, Greensboro Royal, Jock '57, Route 4, Greensboro Royal, Mac '58 , Route 4, Greensboro S Sharpe, Jean '58, Route IO, Greensboro Sharpe, Jerry '59, Route IO, Greensboro Sharpe, Nancy '58, Route 10, Greensboro Shoffner, Berniece '56, Route I, McLeansville Slayton, Donald '57, Route l, Whitsett Smith, Enos '58, Route IO, Greensboro Smith, Doug '56, Route l, Julian Snider, Clay '57, Route 6, Greensboro Snider, Faye '57, Route 6, Greensboro S Cont'd . Stafford, Pat '58, Route l, Whitsett Staley, Betty '59, Route 1, Whitsett Stancil, Ann '56, Route 4, Greensboro Stewart, Gene '57, Route I, Whitsett Stewart, Jane '59, Route l, Whitsett Stewart, Wayne '58, Route i, Whitsett T Terrell, Pearl '59, Route 10, Greensboro Tilley, James '58, Route 6, Greensboro Tuttle, Paul '57, Route 6, Greensboro W Walker, Barbara '59, Route l, Julian Watkins, Barbara '57, Route l, McLeansville Watson, Robert '58, 623 Fairmon St., Greensboro Welker, Jack '59, Route I, McLeansville Wilson, Hugh '58, Route IO, Greensboro Wood, Grover '56, Route 10, Greensboro Wray, Donnie '56, Route 6, Greensboro Wyrick, Betty '57, Route IO, Greensboro Wyrick, Saunders '59, Route 10, Greensboro L if - R. .E Q. Q4 J, EH 5, 4, .I . 1 1 1,4 I 1' -f 1- ,S E 'M I ,r HID .HI-JA , in ,. X I 1 1 4 f y 41, '73 QQ ,f ffflji t . . .5 .. U wiv Y! V - -11' 4 , .1 ,A few- f 1 5 , . .1 if '- T3 ' . 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SON Sewing Machine Sales 8. Service MORSE SEWING MACHINE We specialize in all makes 28 Years Experience All Work Guaranteed 335 West Lee Street Greensboro, North Carolina , ..... , as E , V X S , X A '- of , -. - . X X Q 5 i A It Q Qi: . I C . J E X 'X X "' I' ti ...x 3 , y In 41.3 X? '. 1 , jx .fb 7, -. 1 - K Jeux i q j frrfvp ,W 4, ' ,, , S 1 ,, t' I -f uv 'f:,QL1tLJfm h 'fx - fm! , ..,,,,,,,tHlMfm.... . ' " ,J - ... at 'f '-- 421 RESTAURANT Fountain Service Home Cooked Meals and Bar-B-Q LUKE'S WHOLESALE COMPANY Groceries - Candy - Gum Notions 'II6I Battleground Avenue Greensboro North Carolina Phone 2 0307 MANSFIELD GROCERY Asheboro Street Ext. Greensboro, North Carolina Open 7 A. M. to 7 P. M. Monday Thru Saturday Congratulations to the Senior Class of Alamance SMITH DRY CLEANING Mom Office 207 North Davie St eet Branch Office 209 East Sycamore St Greensboro North Carolina Wil I Q1 Seniors from ALLRED S GROCERY Alamance Road SHERWIN FEED AND SEED STORE Phone 6919 603 South Elm Street Greensboro S North Carolina wL.L l S fl XF X ' bfi! ' ' - ' r S S A E66 . - . 3 F ,Best by Tesfu Compliments to the U I I 7,-' . l ,QL fr Ex ' SOUTHERN SALES CO. Electrical Appliances Kelly Springfield Tires 224 East Market St Phone 3 3437 P O Box 615 Greensboro North Carolina HODGIN ROOFING 81 SUPPLY COMPANY Complete Roof: ng Service 923 W Lee St Phones 24607 44041 Greensboro North Carolina STAMPER OPTICAL COMPANY 206 North Elm Street ou I. Greensboro North Carolina 'lcir Howsu Auto FINANCE co AAA SEAFOOD MARKET Automobile Refinancing and Seafood Fresh Qualny Casualty Fire and Life Insurance 600 Battleground Ave Phone 4 1588 Greensboro North Carolina W T Patlllo Manager 500 S Elm Street Phone 2 5448 Greensboro North Carolina LIVENGOOD'S MARKET Home of Country Ham 600 S Elm Sreet Phone 3 2414 Greensboro North Carolina P W BOOTH GROCERY 513 And rews Street Phone 7547 Greensboro North Carolina ' o Q' o Qi' Insurance As Our Name - "AAA" TE ACO vw-q Complnments of HARRIS SERVICE STATION 800 South Elm Street Phone 8755 Greensboro North Corollna GRAY OIL CO 1110 Grove St Phone 2 4117 Dealer In ESSO Products You Are Always Welcome Call us when you have Plumbing Problems be they Large or Small If you need a Plumber Bad You need Hum Good INSTALLATIONS AND REPAIRS CONTRACTING AND SUPPLIES WHITE PLUMBING CO 2603 McConnell Rd Phone 2 6518 Compluments of GRIFFIN PIE CO INC West Market St Ext Phone 3 3995 Greensboro, North Carolina MATLOCKS GROCERIES AND MEATS 950 Walker Avenue 3813 East Bessemer Avenue Greensboro, North Cctrolmo CAUSEY'S ESSO 3120 Hugh Point Road Phone 4 9225 Greensboro, North Caroluna BOB PETTY'S OAKWOOD DRIVE-IN Phone 2 6780 Curb Service Hlgh Pomt Road Greensboro, North Caroluna ff I u , fs?"- ,gf W tl 1 y I, I ! 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' I 0, - ORTH STATE IVIILLING COMPANY Manufacturers of Dally Bread North State Gate Cnty Eagle Flour Joy Brand Corn Meal Dlstrnbutors ot Staffo Lute Feeds Security Dog Foods Telephone 51355 Greensboro, North Carolma PHIPPS HARDWARE CO INC 215 N Elm Street Greensboro North Carolma Phone 2 0179 Spalding Sportung Goods Electrnc Appllances Suegler Oll Heaters P S Pal 2nd Floor Phone 2 5831 Compluments of EDMONDS SUMMIT CENTER DRUG STORE Greensboro North Carolma KYLES ESSO SERVICE CENTER Atlas Tures and Batterves Road Servlce 323 South Greene Street Phone 4 4160 Greensboro North Carolma LITTLES FOOD STORE 403 405 Tate Street The place to make your food dollars go farther Greensboro North Carolma Compliments of ROBERT G TROXLER Insurance Real Estate 38 Years Our Rates Are Low Servuce Excellent Wuth Wumbush Agency Greensboro North Carolma Phone 2 4174 Southeastern Bulldmg Havmg a Party' REMEMBER PECK'S BAKERY Quality Above All 210 South Greene St Phone 25400 Greensboro North Carolma O' I . B' ' ' .ms 952 Summit Ave. China, Gift and Gourmet Shop . I . . I MOIUD CO., INC. Greensboro, North Carolina Manufacturers of Ladies' Hosiery and Lingerie MILLS Greensboro, N. C. - Wilmington, N. C. Decatur, Ala. -- Long Island City, N. Y. SALES OFFICES 385 Fltth Avenue New York Cnty Chicago Branch 927 Merchandise Mart Los Angeles Branch 122 East 7th Street Dallas Branch 130 Parkhouse Street CAR BROKERS NEW AND USED CARS AND TRUCKS 1917 Asheboro St Cor Benbow Road Greensboro N C C Ray Grubb COwnerJ DICKS SHOE SHOP Sum t B anch G eenboro N C 208 N El Pho 9 2 2459 1060 E Besseme Avenue S m t Shopp g Cente Phone 4 5803 Du-,1 4 9447 D l G M Dye reeso 9 G e nsbo North Carol na I ' I I b 918 E. Bessemer Ave. ' r , . . . m St. n ' . r u mi in r n, r. D r e ro, I The besf of everyfhlng to y Y fa, an FEEL lil nlgglxuulgi, Ili uls 'I g lllllil i I :H fn, ou from BLUE BELL BLUE BELL, INC Greensboro, North C orolino I" gg .- as 1 ,,f'5gQfft 'Q AL. PL i'jmwA "'- 3. -.I-! , iii' :L .' 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"Jack" Idol, Salesman ll Il II - THE JEWEL BOX CREDIT JEWELERS Greensboro's Leading Diamond Store For Over 25 Years 134 South Elm Street Greensboro, N. C. Telephone 3-0581 Compliments to The Seniors From FLOYD INGOLD Congratulations to the Seniors of We wish to extend our thanks to our advertisers Without them this edition e Smoke Signals would not have been possible Please patronize these advertisers ww nG'Ac'o ov' L K9 X6 O Vx l oe r oo 109 QS 0' love sow St gi xt Q' s xifowl efllovl 10?- lY The A e Il a POBo'I Geesl:aooNC '56 123214 07 .,., Vi '1 I-Qt P of "nl 1 tc' Q T ' 9' FG Manufactured on by m ricun Agricu ur I Chemical Co. . . x 139 r n r , . . GUILFORD F C X SERVICE Farmers Cooperatlve Exchange F C X Open Formula Feeds and Fertlluzers Sprays and Dusts Seeds of Known Orugm Roo Ing Fenclng Nan s Palnts Greensboro North Carolma PIEDMONT OFFICE SUPPLIERS 203 N Greene St Dual 4 1561 Greensboro North Carolma Prescriptions Filled Latest Styles and Frames CITY OPTICIANS W H Lightfoot 106 Jefferson Bldg Greensboro North Carolma For U S Royal Tlres Recappmg and Wullard Battery Servlce CALL GATE CITY TIRE CO 229 North Forbes St Dia 3 1134 Greensboro North Carolma FRANK CARTER JEWELER 103 East Market Street Southeastern Buuldlng Phone 8062 Greensboro North Carolina PERKINS USED CARS Clean Dependable Courteous Service Reasonable Prlces Liberal Terms 232 N. Eugene St. Greensboro, North Carolina I Q 0 ll ' ll ll - - II fl T l -1 QI T 0 "If WS for 'he Office" COMPLETE EYE GLASS SERVICE . . ' I u I - ' BUS STATION BARBER SHOP Hours: 7:00 A. M. to 8:00 P. M. Including Wednesday Greensboro Station Greensboro North Carolina LURAS BEAUTY SHOP 226 South Greene St Phone 3 0824 Greensboro North Carolina Original O'Connor Florist TOM O'CONNOR FLCRIST Madaline - Bobby Say xt with FIO U - 1332 South Elm St Phone 2 3543 Greensboro North Carolina A W HIGGINS FURNITURE COMPANY Route 6 McConnell Road Phone 2 I974 Greensboro North Carolina Since 1924 CLARK 8. BOLTON ESSO SERVICE Washing Greaslng Tires Batteries and Accessories Phone 9329 212 Asheboro Street Greensboro North Carolina NEED FORMAL wEAm RENT IT' 5,1 'rA.n,b.?-Y, M """"l'-4av.f- H-wr 'I' fs, X Q52 Z1 I Pi fi X Wh never the occasion wc-mr hslnonably correct fonnal attire at reasonable rental prices FORMAL WEAR SHOP 207 W Sycamore St Greensboro North Carolina I :gg l e llfyf I 'fx 4 ' i 5-X, f 1 I I ---1- . -X A . 'I M 1' 4 I I . -'N' .-I " "' 'S'-J.: - , . I tv vm' 'HN I . -, X ' N l Q X 4 . 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