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

 - Class of 1960

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Billings, Jr. We hope that future senior classes will enjoy being the beneficiaries of his broad experiences and great skill for organization as much as we have. O I 4 1 , 31-.-gf--' -r-fv--a.'--1-.pm qqrv-new -1- ' ' ' ' ' u I S I + ADMINISTTR TION I r- -+ -JF THE FACULTY: OUR TEACHERS, OUR LEADERS BUT MOST OF ALL, OUR FRIENDS. ln fM"M X Y Q A Q W' ax f 2 X x L U A LULA : Q E KSTA A E Mr. R. L. Billings Jr. Principal al High Point Co11eg,e, A:B.g N. c. Mrs' Faye Hur son' secretary stare, M. Ea. THE COMMITTEEMEN:Homer Pegramg Lee Jobeg Boyd C1app,Chairma.ng Dodge Ca-.seyg Bernard Jones. 6 FACULTY L, ,e, 'W., -, K 7 .Z M 1q,,,,,,,Mm Xx.. . - Mr. W. H. Anderson Miss Carolyn Beaty Elon College, A.B.g Peace Collegeg University of N. C., M.A. University of N. C., A.B. Hurry up with those checks, Mrs. Harralson. ,,f""' Mrs. Leota F. Deaton Erskine College, A.B. Mrs. Betty F. Hicks High Point College, B.S. 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SANDRA DELORAS CHRISTOPHER Glee Club 1,2,35 Cheerleaders 1,2, 3,45 Marshal 35 Monogram Club 2, 3,45 Beta Club 3,45 Superlative 45 Class Officer 35 Valentine Queen 35 Social Committee 35 Miss Alamance 45 Harvest Program 4. BOBBY WILLIAM COBLE Basketball15 Baseball 15 F.F.A. .1, 35 Substitute Bus Driver 25 Glee Club 1. JUDITH MAE COOKE Devotional Chairman 1,35 "Y" Teens 15 F.H.A. 1,2,35G1ee Club 1,2,35 Varsity Team 15 Library Assistant 15 A.B.C. Club 1. I 2 SPENCER ALAN COBLE Glee Club 2,35 F.F.A. 15 News- paper Staff 45 Annual Staff 45 Stu- dent Council 45 Superlative 45 Har- vest Court 4. EARL DUDLEY BLAKE Superlative 45 F.F.A. 15 Basket- ball 1 , 2 , 3 , 45 Baseball 1,2,3,4g Monogram Club 2,3,4g Glee Club 3g Substitute Bus Driver 3g Bus Dri ver's Club 45 Harvest Court 43 Ann- ual Staff 4 g Newspaper Staff 4. ELLA MARGARET FRYE Glee Club 1,2,3g Superlative 43 Newspaper Staff 45 Harvest Pro- gram 4. ELIZABETH JOAN CLONTZ Glee Club lg Newspaper Staff. JERRY WAYNE COLLINS F.F.A. 1,23 Glee Club 1,25 Tech- nical School 4g J. V. Basketball 1. t3 BILLY BLUE F.F.A. 1,2,3g little league base- ball lg 4 H 1 , 2g Substitute Bus Driver 3. CAROLYN GAYLE HANNER Glee Club 1,2,35 Newspaper Staff 43 Annual Staff 43 Beta Club 3,4g French Club 35 Class Historian 43 Library Club 2,35 J. V. Bas- ketball lg Class reporter 4. KIT CARSON DURHAM Glee Club 1 ,2 , 35 F.F.A. 1,2,35 Baseball 1,3,45 Basketball 1,2,35 Monogram Club 1,2,3,45 Superlative 45 Harvest King 4. JUDY CAROL McINTYRE Beta Club 3,45 Monogram Club 2, 3,45 Basketball l,2,3,45 Glee Club l,2,35 Social Committee 2,35 Armual Staff 45 Newspaper Staff 45 Superla- tive 45 Harvest Court 4. ELIZABETH ANN HARRINGTON Basketball 1,2,35 French Club 35 Glee Club 2,35 Beta Club 3,45 Mono- gram Club 2,3,45 F.H.A. 4. HOWARD LEON HUTCHINS F.F.A. 1,2,35Substitute Bus Driver 35 NBus Driver 45 Glee Club 35 Bus Drivers Club 45 Harvest Program 4. I4 MILTON RAY FARMER F.F.A. 1,2,35 Baseball 15 Techni- cal School 45 Glee Club 2,3. BARBARA ANN MICHAUX Glee Club l,2,3,45 French Club 35 Beta Club 3,45 Monogram Club 3,45 Bus Patrol 2,3,4g Superlative 43 Newspaper Staff 45 Social Com- mittee 25 Basketball 1,2. MARGARET ANN HARRISON F.H.A. l,2,3,43 Glee Club 43 Pep Club 4. LUTHER DOUGLAS INMAN F.F.A. 1,2,3. GILBERT RAY HUTCHINS F.F.A. 1 , 2 , 3 , 4g Bus Driver 3,43 Glee Club 2,33 substitute Bus Dri- ver 2g Bus Drivers Club fSecretary and Treasurerj 4. LINDA JANE MONNETT Glee Club 1,2,3,43 Monogram Club 2,3,43 Cheerleader 1,33 Bus Patrol 1,2,3,43 Class Officer 2,43 Chief Marshal 33 Library Club 23 Fire Committee 33 Editor of Annual 43 Superlative 43 Civitan Award 43 Harvest Program 4. I 5 BARBARA JEAN HAYES Glee Club' 13 Pep Club 43 News paper Staff 43 Superlative 4. BOBBY DELANO JACKSON Baseball 1,2,3,43 Bus Driver 3,43 Glee Club 23 Monogram Club 1,2,3, 43 Newspaper Staff 43 Bus Drivers Club 43 Harvest Program 4. BARBARA LEA MURRAY Basketball 1,3,43 Monogram Club 3, 43 Booster 1,23 Glee Club 133,43 F. H.A. 13Super1ative 43 Bible Club 13 Bus patrol 4. THOMAS ROGER PIKE Marshal 13 F.F.A. 13 Class Presi- dent 2,3j Student Council Member 2,3343 Student Council President 43 Library Staff 2,3,4Q Substitute Bus Driver 33 Bus Driver 43 Glee Club 33 Beta Club 3,4Q French Club 33 Last Will and Testament 43 Super- lative 43 Newspaper Staff 43 Assis- tant Editor of Annual 43 Harvest Court 4. THOMAS BLAKE KIVETT Class officer 13 J. V. Basketball 23 Cafeteria Committee 33 Technical School 43 Superlative 4. DORIS LOUISE POOLE Class Officer 1,2,3,43 Monogram Club 2,3,4Q Monogram Club Officer 3,43 Beta Club 3,43 Student Council Social Committee 33 Cheerleader 1,2,3,43 Softball 23 Popularity Queen 23 Harvest Queen 43 Class Prophet 43 French Club 33 Assis- tant Editor of Newspaper 43 Annual Staff 4. 16 JOYCE ANN PENDERGRASS Softball 13 Glee Club 1,2,3,43 News- paper Staff 43 Superlative 4. MAC CECIL ROYAL Baseball 1,3,43 Glee Club 1,2,3 Monogram Club 3,43 Annual Staff 4 F.F.A. 13 Harvest Court 4. CHARLES ALFRED LETHCO Science Club 2,35 Dramatics Club 2,35 optimist Club 2,35 F.F.A. 45 Bus Driver 4. GRACE FAYE SMITH J. V. Basketball 15 Softball 15 Glee Club 1,2,3,45 Bus Patrol 45 Annual Art Advisor 45 Library Staff 25 F. H.A. 45 Newspaper Art Editor 45 Superlatlve 45 Harvest Program 4. LINDA CAROL PHILLIPS Glee Club 1,2,35 Class Reporter 15 Beta Club 3,45 Newspaper Staff 45 French Club 35 Library Club 2,35 Harvest Court 4. JAMES RICHARD SHOFFNER F.F.A. 1,2,35 Substitute Bus Dri- ver 25 Bus Driver 3,45 Glee Club 35 Bus Drivers Club 45 Bus Drivers Club President 45 Harvest Program 4. I7 JOHN MAURICE MARSH, JR. F.F.A. 15 Glee Club 2,35 Bus Dri- ver 45 Bus Drivers Club 45 Hall Committee 2,35 Baseball 35 Super- lative 45 Newspaper Staff 45 Sub- stitute Bus Driver 35 Harvest Pro- gram 4. GLORIA JEAN TUTTLE Basketball 1,25 Monogram Club 2, 35 Beta Club 3,45 Treasurer of Beta Club 45 Class officer 2,45 Assistant Editor of Newspaper 45 Marshal 15 Bus Patrol 25 Class Poem 45 Bulletin Board Commit- tee 2,35 Sottball 15 Harvest Pro- gram 4. MARGARET JO WELKER F.H.A. 45 Glee Club 45 Harvest Program 4. LARRY WAYNE UNDERWOOD Bus Driver 3,45 Superlative 45 F. F.A. 15 Social Committee 45 Glee Club 25 Technical School 4. SONJA FAYE WHITESELL Basketball 15 Class officer 1 ,45 Glee Club l,2,3: French Club 35 Cheerleader 3,45 Monogram Club 2,3,45 Beta Club 3,45 Annual Staff 45 Bus Patrol 2,3,45 Social Commit- tee 25 Devotional Committee 35 Bulletin Board Committee 45 Su- perlative 4: Harvest Court 4. MARY FRANCES WILSON F.H.A. 45 Glee Club 4. ODDIE EDWARD WATKINS F.F.A. 1,25 Basketball 25 Baseball 25 Glee Club 1,25 Technical School 4. I 8 NANCY CAROLYN WYRICK Beta Club 3,45 President of Beta Club 45 Class officer 3,45 Business Manager of Annual 45 Editor of Newspaper 45 Basketball 1,2,3,45 Softball 15 Auditorium Committee 3,45 Beauty Queen 15 D.A.R. Award 45 Harvest Court 45 Social Commit- tee 45 Monogram Club 2,3545 Vice President of Monogram Club 3. CLASS PQEM TWELVE HAPPY YEARS The time has come The happiness, the joy, To call an end The good days and bad To twelve happy years. Of twelve school years. And quibbles, of course, But older now and brighter, Had to come We approach the world With those twelve years. After twelve growing years And now we ask ourselves, "Have we reached our goal?" At the end of twelve happy years. Jean Tuttle, Poet We are looking forward to our twelve happy years. I9 With these classes We bring to an end our twelve years This is one way to begin the day . . . Ouch! I told you not to stick me . . . Ui.. We never make misteaks . . . eo of Work at Alamance... Assets: Liabilities +Proprietorship . . . 'A -, V . Upper right--Ain'twe never going to learn this English . . . Lower right--The Space Age should not depend on us . . . x nu - in Dictation at 80 words per minute ?? Study halls ag: rewarding . . "Navel-1" 3-2's and twin pipes in LAL Our Leisure , sm. Who's the fairest of them all? . . E E E E 5 2 1 2 W 5? x 1 3 Who threw the girls off the cliff ? What do you mean "cut out that mon- 4 ' key bus1ness"I .W Here we are, girls! A11 I need is another head! Hicl My favorite brand! Ah, why don't those boys hurry up! Wow! Marilyn and Brigettel Pass it this way! ,,,. , f. A f A ' Of course I can park it! Take us to your leader! Jump Fido! What do you mean, it doesn't fit! Yes, I brushed my teeth this morn- ing! '-'-sq One! Two! Three! Push! Hey, cut that out! Cheers! History and Prophecy On a bright day in September of 1957, a group of excited students enteredan entirely new world. This world was called "High School." Inthis new world we started at the bottom as Freshmen. It was like going up steps. You start at the bottom and make your way up, up, until you reach the top. We really started at the bottom! We were about the lowest creatures in Alamance High. We didn't mind though, we had a lot of fun. With the help of Mrs., Ross, Mr . Payne tour homeroom teachersj and our new principal, Mr. Cromer, we made our way up to the second step. After a trying year and a short summer we were back in school as Sophomores . Mrs. Nichols, our h o m e r o o m teacher, backed us in everything we did. The selling of candy and magazines increased the amount in our treasury greatly. We made more money in our sophomore year than almost any other class has in the history of Alamance. Another year passed and we moved up another step. We became Juniors. We had many things to do and a short time to do them in. We made more money for our treasury with the help of Mrs. Farrell. Early in the year we ordered our class rings. Every- one agreed on ruby. On Thursday, February 5, 1959, we finally got those beautiful rings. For weeks we walked around holding our hands out. In March we started making plans for the Junior -Senior Banquet. After much hard work we completed our plans and decorations. On April 4, 1959, at the Alamanc e Oriental Garden a banquet was held in honor of the Seniors of 1959. Everyone had a grand time. Another summer passed, we were back in school again. At last we reached that top step. Now we are Seniors, but not for long. We have done a great many things this year. There were the hard times trying to get the TOM-A-HAWK out on time, putting on a senior play, and pre- paring for our long-awaited senior trip to New York and Washington. We couldn't have done all these things without the help of Mrs. Hicks, our advisor, and our new principal, Mr. Billings. Now it is almost time for gradu- ation. It seems almost impossibleg onlyfour short years ago we started up the steps. Today we are at the top. It is a happy time but also a sad time. We surely hate to leave our dear old Alamance. With all the happy and thrilling mo- ments of high school life left behind, the Seniors of the Class of 1960 sadly depart. Beginning now a life of our own, we set out with hopeful hearts to fulfill a certain goal in life. We will become the leaders in the grow- ing society of our great nation, we will build the basis for a more pros- perous future, andwill help to create peace and good will among all people. Yes, we are the ones who will make this world a better and safer one in which to live. We are the leaders of tomorrow. We bid you all farewell and good luck. Historian: Carolyn Hanner Prophet: Doris Poole High School Hi-Lights FRESHMEN How we hated for lunch period to come each day. As you see, we were always last in line. J UNIORS Thursday, February 5, 1959. This date will always remain as a remembrance of our school days, for on this day we received our class rings. 6 in Q -wi gi+-...Egg V. .i" ..- ,,,.. ,,,..- 1 4 2-9 SOPHOMORES Money was needed for our Junior- Senior Banquet. Our money raising project was selling magazines. SENIORS After our annual was sent to press, we began planning for our trip to New York and Washington. This was one of the most outstanding hi-lights of our school days. ,ww W .EG fa ' ' E- X I O K is 1 , I A N x ,J N. , .Q f 1:55 Q JH . m',1f,. -VKX A ,1't I 'P 5 4' k"vw, f ' -,H . Wing ffl V fin- I Q xi Msg 4 x x t 41 Q .. f- L gm, f ,K l,v,.7 , ,Li XL , 9 'T Q if X A N Xl W, as it 4 :fi 51 4- .N av 'V , A 'lf L A ww N ff an My I S ,QLQQ ,,. Q .yi tv -N Y 1.. 'YN 25' ft ,,,-'-"'9'fM x Wkxq W - , AL' h AM Vmfifwf ,ff v Q, WW ,if F ' WW . 2. x -P' J. mm 'Q WNW Qi? f QA 'ff S A L1 ,y Sxwi , 5 T? - 5 'Ja ' , I V, .ki g QA Z 3615 I . Hs f Q X if 4, K Jxaywf 3 X 1 , XY , Vx K , g M A fv- Ni x 1 " X ff ff, 52? 1, . K 2 K .Q ig, w n O O Q xi fi X. -mf l' "many il' sf' t -MW ' , Q- ii Me, , .. - ,' ' ' mmm. W-x M, S- X- ,ifw ' 4? 55 ik 9 me 1, W 1 A. 53,2 K . . Af i 5 S f f. Q , M 5. si: , fe 2 13? A j .wMW.M. fi ,W- fuy -. HX. ,. args- ,ff wXE?? MOST PQPULAR ' -Q Deloras Christopher Mac Royal I 1 7 , HV! I x 31 QM S ..,,,. if I, vi Q. ' wh X R ggffg KL, 1 ? " X Nf " Mfg 2' , 4 Q iN' , 4 ia 5 K ' in Q -,Q Ii? ,, .,ss.'j 3215? A K' i 1511 ,- Q- ,nur wwf ,f .xxx . E , N 'f 1 l E ' ,imlfjf x Q if o M. W .1-W' ,V f wg 3 W- 'X War kip 'E 2 , 3 SEM 5 gif 'Nw qw s A ,0- -G Hu 'ws N W ls as MOST ENERGETIC mf! Barbara Murray Blake Kivett A BIGGE T LCAFERS 1!!.f2fl Eiga 1 K fi! W 'rf 'L r Q Q we . N 1 15? ' as if 2 R ki' K Ai Arg L71 7 A A M 9 N "EIN " Aff Q iff . Sf 1 . .fm X . I s , ' 1" -r I KM S1 f 1., .,? I 5 fn ' 5 I .:- iz'-XQQEM' 'vs ' W ' A i Q,.l4z?R ,Q 1 :gifij f xrf X LXl '3"L ' - Eff ' K R QVQ1 N i . Q .L K. 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Claude Allen David Allen Carrie Andrews Harold Bowman Jerry Brothers Marie Byrley Betty Jean Amick Gattie Bailey Harold Blake Tressie Coble Nancy Cooke Judy Curl Pat Capps Judy Coble Leslie Coble Doyle Czerski Rita Davis Allen Dick Doris Dunlap Jenny Edwards Larry Fogleman Margie Gorrell Dorothy Grubbs Jimmy Gwyn Bruce Forrest Faye Foust Doris Gerringer Harvey Harrison Barbara Hutchens Sam Inman Larry Hairr Pat Hairr Faye Handy Charles Jackson Louise Jackson Eddie Jones Raymond Jones Sue IQuttz Helen May Faye Reece Harold Reynolds J. W. Ryals Lynda May Kay McClintock Trena Preston Marie Staley Linda Stafford Joyce Steed Becky Sharpe Richard Sheppard Bill Smith Carol Truitt Jimmy Turner Ronald Williamson Tommy Woodard Douglas Wyrick Carol Yow "1 M We oooo 9 . An, all am I SE vm in 3 rut. in My mother told me there would be days like this. 49 Present in b0dY, but not in mind' Su1'1'0unded, NXQYKOQY am wax 6 axe YN ev x16 alw-E?g'5iKK'5uC'ake l was cwb 'X R I U me 5 I H011 ..- I don't have knobby knees Ov 6'1- .- 866020 Ve 12. Hey, this water is wet! I 1 Why don't you come up and see me I in f 41. 3? CLASS OF SOPHOMORE CLASS OFFICERS President, Julia Bowmang Vice President. Billie Neese: Secretary, lris Forrest: Treasurer. Terry Durham. FLOWER: White Carnation COLORS: Mint Green and White MOTTO: "Give to the world the best you have and the best will come back to you." CLASS ADVISORS my iw- 'QMRP Mrs. George Deaton SI Mr. Bill Hicks l FF "' Wav Ruby Campbell Shirley Carter Thomas Causey Margie Church Ann Coble Raymond Coble Dale Clark Jimmy Crabtree Jane Allred Brenda Andrews Arnold Barrow Julia Bowman Jerry Cummings Arnold Currie Norman Czerski Gaynell Dunlap Gw- L A Warren Grubbs William Henley Peggy Honeycutt Wayne Hutchens Dorothy James Pat Johnson Brenda Key Lewis Martin .fi QXJ' xg, Tony Rickman M Clem Royal Brenda Slayton - . . P Jimmy Smith H N P! Viyyy Johnny Southern Becky Tuttle Brenda Walker Nancy Poole Terry Preston Jimmy Price Mary Carolyn Rickman Willard Watkins Mary Ellen Williams Betty Wilson Virginia Wood Where did everyone go? What do you mean the party's already overf. The Geisha Girls . M Chief Running Bear! Me! Sky's class I Oh, that odor I 'Yi Where is L'il Abner? L,.,, www I'11 meet you as soon as I ditch this square. The windblown look. Donvt you like mv new jalopyfg Davy Crockett, King of the wild frontier. ww, ' .f W 4 Who said I cou1dn't love a slim man? I didn't think they would kick us out of school for that! CLASS OF FRESHMAN CLASS OFFICERS Cynthia McClure, Treasurer, Davis Handy. Mr. Anderson Mrs. Wagoner CLASS ADVISORS COLORS , pink and white FLOWER, Dogwood MOTTO, "I know not what the future holds, out I know who holds it. Randy Allen Sarah Allen Housten Allred Linda Bain Debra Bolton Paul Bowers James Bowman John Burrow Darrell Buys Kathryn Carraway Robert Clontz Kay Cummings Carol Davis Margaret Davis Steve Davis Robert Dunlap Mike Durham Faye Eatmon Brenda Edwards Sarah Fogleman Dorothy Gorrell Shirley Hackett Davis Handy Jevetta Henley Barbara Hobbs Clatie Hutchins Robert Jobe Glenn Jones H. C. Jones Patsy Key M, , - ff, 7 e ,, ,,,- wsz. f MW 7,3 , 3 LL D g .Ewa -1 V1 :fs X , ,,,.t,, Ia? 3 at . QM iz? 3 ,L- I1 K -,,. f .V 91 , ia gm' , ,:.. , Y X 3 Fl in 'FEV QQ. '53 y '48 gms, " . ,. if L by U, K , il John Stancel Joyce Smith Vicki Suits Freddy Turner Joseph Tuttle Sandra Underwood John Watkins Pricilla Whitesell Peggy Kluttz Carol Lambert Jean Lambert Bobby Martin Wayne Marsh Cynthia McClure Rita Montgomery Bobbie Nance Arbedella Newhawser Mary Jane Norton Douglas Plaster Joe Reynolds Sarah Richardson Eric Sasser Ann Sharpe Grady Sharpe Susan Shaw Shelby Shoffner Phyllis Sizemore John Staley 59 Q' ii? il I'm n0t y0ur mOtheI'! We all bought our bermudas at Clarks. The leaning tower of Alamance S 5 ZW mm I ,.: ' Y"""" The deserted ones. In the "pad", E Q sg 1 X ,, ' ' AX Q . Q' ., S if . ,L if ii an 96 Q Q K All-'Q A 5 x 9 Qui me 9 1 .1 " , TQ? Y in f"'59"' it fr iw E W iggfaiif v 'psi it 1 S I -1 QU iiiiiffi ijw 4 X, Q L Wi mi aff '-i fe nnneee if ' s' 1 ., li. f f.. fl-Wifi il 5fxl?J'xfY'aYi A Please d0r1't Call the viCe Squad. I sure wish this had a seat on it. It was fun while it lasted! Y 5. 1,3-jfgi' ' P- 5' : Ffh , I 5 ZETQZ5' mE-1 fill-,Wifi .:,x,3.,.g .C X l1:3'5f53ii'Qi P' 4. gh? ':f 'wt' G 14" ,rn Avi... s.-M f" v. . - "q?3'w.' "N MN 1 RDS V X yn Jr! 1 ' if -M ,iff-J-1-45 ',v':ifL:1:A uf' N f-',,. ::f!,2'95' A 115319 ,.-Qfge' V -- 1- .v-' 4, ' Q ,-f?:fA'f' -3" Ll' bl.,..'f 0'-4 .- . f ,a1Ihgg.' 43? A--Ffffz' xwf- - 'F 1.5, ,:!,r,u1i'-- 1 1 Y. .. ,-. L. i ACTIV TT .-- :fJ'f1'.'- - J-'fgi-'1,T45ff'F ' '41 5 , .. ff . .s A 4 A , I 1 P N CIVITAN AWARD 63 oras Christopher Mac Royal MR. 84 MISS ALAMANCE BETA CLUB r""" .FN IV' Deloras Christopher, dl.. no f f-we Mrs. George Deaton Vice-President Sponsor awk 5+w..,,o ,asm , fm. O '7 '7 Sonja White-sell. Secretary p-,pw-x snr? meg Ym- vf Mig, MW H ij Jean Tuttle. Treasurer M., . LEADERSHW STUDENT CQUNCIL 131' . Mr. John Madison ..... Advisor The Preamble to the new Student Council Constitution. We, the students of Alamance High School, in order to perform ademocratic function, promote better relations among students and between students, faculty, and other schools, to develop and maintain higher moral and scholastic standards, to insure a sound school spirit, and to help build a more competent citizenry, do establish and ordain this con- stitution for the Student Council of Alamance High School. President ..... Roger Pike SOCIAL COMMITTEE, Spencer Coble . . . . Chairman ,bcifiw v--'ww-up-.....,,,, BULLETIN BOARD COMMITTEE Brenda Walker, Chairman HONOR SOCIETY PLANNING COMMITTEE Roger Pikef Chairman HOUSE AND GROUNDS COMMITTEE Ann Sharpe, Chairman AUDITORIUM COMMITTEE David Allen, Chairman ,,,,,J....m-+- G in W I...- FIRE DRILL COMMITTEE Allen Dick, Chairman MOKE Editor in-... Linda Monnett Advisor Mrs. Betty Hicks The SMOKE SIGNALS Staff works to preserve memories for tomorrow. e f,k,,,,,- 68 ALS STAFF 1:-Ms? 7 an ' x Assistant Editor Business Manager and Assistant Art Editor Roger Pike Business Manager Grace Smith Nancy Wyrick and Sonja Whitesell The SMOKE SIGNALS staff has spent much time in preparing this 1960 edition. Planning, raising money, taking pcitures, typing, identi- fying pictures, laying out our "Dummy" and many more tedious tasks were our problems. We hope the finished product gives you as much pleasure to look at and read, as we have had in preparing it. The boys always enjoyed looking at the pictures, es- pecially those of girls. We gave a lot of thought in preparing our layout pages 'Fl' TDM-A-H AWK STAFF TDM-A-HANK ocroeea 1959 X 'AV K Q 'fin Q- Q 1 v i ' I W p n J . 0 5,1 The TOM-A-HAWK presents news and gossip. Editor, Nancy Wyrickg Advisor, Mrs. Betty Hicks The main purpose of the TOM-A-HAWK is to publish our School news and to educate the commtmity as to the working operations of Alamance High. sf? iiff Jerry Brothers, Chief, Faye Foust, Harold Bowman, Pat Johnson, Terry Durham, Debbie Bolton, Freddy Turner. MARSHALS LQrLcn'f'-SLZ. gan'-13N 9 J,Q- ff 959 X QP Qi. M4124 JUNIOR - SENIOR BANQUET 72 v-- -. ' -f W avr, .xp HARVE T PROGRAM L I Y , Nw . ., . ,,.,.w. , .... ,. ,.,.,,M..,l.,.-it., . , , ., . m , . Iyn, qVAh W A COURT: Roger Pike,Linda Phillipsg Earl Blake, Judy Whitesell, Mac Royalg Nancy Wyrick, Spencer Cobleg Mclntyreg King, Kit Durham, Queen, Doris Pooleg Sonja Mascots, Angela Whitesell and Jackie Oliver. -v-,Q-..v.4.w . ,, , f f Hisiw-w..w.....c. " tram-.,...,.. .. . -. , 1 . ..,. .-. .... ,, f fins- ,cg c.:- r M -W -1 -'y3'i,1sst ' -'." i2f"i 1' H g V:-:Lv .-i QE F asf, t w, KS H' 2 1 ' gs seq sxwa-11.:z - V- f- rf - -Q-an I 7 3 I The annual Harvest Program was once again presented by the Senior class. The p r 0 gr am consisted of students representing the countries of Hawaii, Brazil, China, France, and Alaska. The Pilgrim and Indian could not be forgotten since they are responsible for our Thanksgiving to- day. Our program would not have been complete without the American te e n - a g e r . Each representative broughtagift to the king and queen as did every student in school. The food collected was given to the Salvation Army for distribution among needy families. --qu v .Y.,. .4 GLEE CLUB ...........1 ?.....nuul M ,Mya L? 55 . Director, Miss Carolyn Beaty Those who enjoy music have an opportunity to participate in the Glee Club. This carries credit toward graduation. Advisor, Mrs. George Deaton Members of the Library Club help in keeping the books in repair. shelves neat. and arouse interest in reading. The experience derived from their work and the association with good literature is educational. fzkdgaf JZZQK "lm There are eight buses serving A. H. S.. Approximately seven hundred students ride a bus to school The drivers are constantly Considering the safety and welfare of the students. The Bus Patro1's task is to assist the drivers in keeping good conduct on the buses. BUSPATRGL F TURE FAR ER OF AMERIC The Future Farmer's of America, led by Mr. Hunter, strive to increase their knowledge of wildlife and agriculture. The Future Farmer's of America are par- ticipating in Wildlife Projects, including wildlife patch. AS usual, they made their annual tr ip to the State Fair at Raleigh. School ground improvement has been an im- portant project for all the boys taking agri- culture. Advisor, Mr. A. B. Hunterg President, Allen Dickg Vice-President, Ric hard Shephardg Secretary, Don Phillipsg Treasurer, Jim Smith. 76 r . Advisor, Mrs. Rebecca Wagonerg President, Helen Mayg Vice-President, B r e n d a Andrews, Secretary, Sara Richardson, Treasurer, Becky Tuttle, Historian, Ann Cobleg Parliamentarian, Jane Allred. The Alamance Future Homemaker's of America Chapter was organized this year in our school by Mrs. Rebecca Wagoner. During the year the goals of the club were to sponsor projects which would help to improve the schoo1's appearance. The purpose of The Future Homemaker's Club is to develop understanding of our family, develop their potential abilities, interpret the value of Home Economics, and promote good will. 1 Q ...-5 QMWW JW ' CAFETERIA TAFF f - L Mrs. Eng1ish,Mrs. Cummings, Mrs. Varner, Mrs. Wood, Mrs. Collins, Director. CUSTODIA ia. James Outlaw 78 Will Gunthrup P -Y. r -47:3 n c Z if -uvvngi i ""' ., . 'Z' 5 -5' .,,,.., 4 ,'m",,.r ' -1' A' 4' 'fly 'si' 71 42,13 '- Qi: -ah , ' ' L 'f ' 4 ' , V143 1, Q" I xi. 52,1151 ti, A,g?v'J-ivsgbxmf-1-5,,x7 3,1 Xa , f' ,F ,nz ' F EVM: f P 1.. . .fl 1 yi 'PH 1. 4 I ? Q'-Rf ' -.- 7 P 1 if .,J ,l. Q, S, ., ..1 Q , A.. Bs Rini- - .gg .-,. :Sz f 5-4 ' -175.9 PM'-. 1 lg u-.n T, ,. .a. 'zif ."r': -T1 . , -JK: 95-'. 2-T' 52, ,,. 55.5" :zu , ,asv-,1:. ::-1f'g:.,:,- ' rf- ,ff-3' K -. : o L i I 1 E E E . n Q 1',s,,,- v. , - - V ' - , CHEERLEADER q ,K PFW My 'Q' 'L- A Doris Poole Sonja Whitesell . f, if 5. . Debbie Bolten Delores Christopher Sandra Underwood B1l11e Neese Nancy Poole ,.,, Q if -Q21 LB E53 X, ii Ei s is S h! 5 Q2-E i Q Wi .iz Q3 YQ? Q1 M S 3 3 SQK ,1 K E fm 5 , A pf 39 S 11'E EfiH:a GIRLS' BASKETBALL TEAM x w r QQ x H a ff Q u Q' ' In 1. 'iw 5 Qs 33? .N ESQKV -P A 1 ---'-: 1 3 s I 1" , . A A g. :, .,jj ws' is V- ,. , 4 K ,fl 5 -."fe. '1 . , . - .gi , Wmall Judy Mclntyre sT3f"f'W i ' 3 , Ir "AL Ewa Julia Bo 518. 259 1. ' . ' 3 af Wffyi,5ll'371, f Q Ei ' Q 1' 55 A Q V 'i 1 Si A an ugh i ik M " 1. . ,A 7 " i -arf . :V an , J Q ww We J B - 2. N 411 ' .32 j ff, Q. s 1? X1 Qgg ,,. M 2 'QQ . r if ' . kg-ST ' 1' 5 wif . ' A J' , . ,. MWA L. . , J vm. -, U-VT' ".4f ',f ,. . .. , slew a- - , . ., , A A - ,Elf , viwga, ,W A S' hffxkk 5 f--- if Magi: ,v, .:, - ..1 f, ft,,. . N? fs? fm, ,ML . V. W. , V . .Y X N2 1' 1 ' 5 REQ ' ::',f:-:,,3f:.g-fs Jgv. .MH 'T -.f:f,.."ta . K W A ' V, A M f . W ,, 5 , ff " 1 .mm 1 -f ' - , 0 f 7 vi ' 2-1 ,,:., v, g,.u,5: . -4. , My-...f Yuffqi , . ff VV ,X x, .. .wma 0 , Q , .L 6 .Y , 'Mills N .Q 'ff -ff N95 if . Jr ...Q 'na' 3225 6' '-'rv 4 mg' Q ,.- m.:,,s, , -""" '. Ham ,,.. ' 'E f., ,. 1 . " .,, .. ' YU Q 1 x I arm .,,..o:,,,.. , . 3, ww .V , " ' TW-4,,q, , V w A ff. ,mal ' .-.,n,.!'2 .. ,. 1- Jag. W 1 Away ,aux ,,,F'g:5x,Nf, qfx W , , Ani Mrs. Keith Griggs, Coach f fm vw R -.D mfigxqgfg ,gjfqafif WQSQTQQ ,451 2 'S A If ? W Q up sl . , QW in Q: ,vim is 5, Brenda McManus . 3. f M--ff A . - fy mv ' ',, 35 Q ' Sig:-5'?3fY5JY,.YQQWl?Qw:2j.ieL,if'-A, .A wwf, ,g7:gjf3f,lg':5A f 1, Q-Jfxififf 'X Q '51 .wgfia ' 5 ' HQ... 41, 1- Q , -wg--.-a, .... : ..f:-gf V , -1 r Q. H, -,,, fi :.. v x gif, . . 4 4 H, --.S 5' ' Nancy Wyr ick -. mga x -. BOYS' Lx K AEI: t- 2 f fe ii: 'Z' Jerry Brothers 'A V ni: ' fF1.1i?ff' K fix 11 X 'Ei . L2.fffz?,if1:s , -1 iii, iE3?ff -A ii'-4' if 23211 . , Mr' W wi '+G- -QQi5Ss,'5Eflk 5 wx A ' ' FL. wiiarold-Bowman . . , , A A - I yigm. K, ' - . X' , YL A ' A ,-rigige T...fZv" " H fi f5fQ5's"u . f ,fvesiiw 2 -2:-W? . . Eg - , ,.,,,,.,,k I I 1,2 K K Lk s it ASKETB LL TEAM fx ,gg 5 Q" , x 5 Earl Blake ' :qw mm? -- Aye-fi, M Y h e ' .f . ,. ., Mfz.-'15, . Q MV nz-of, - - wi .. ,. ' - we-: -N an Aww Q -:i:'2w:?fzxQf Fogwfm?Q--Efifwrryr as ? L- J-H7532 gm Q ,W . if 1 V f h 5 : - 2 QkZ?Qi3v"?1QJ'1'Y: .A N P f V 2,5 - A . Q :f- ,A - Ar Q--f1.Wff ,, 'M xg,--w, - s f Y 5 N A ' - r .. . wi f 'V " . L, A , ' ' 1+-if 2: 1' 2 4211 Jimmy Turner f 'XX Terry Durham ui. "Q K K if Z1 k K ig Mr. Anderson, Coach 2 ,A fl Q br ii kg.. I if F rf ,f , A Jah S '32 ., ifffflgz. H 31552 f fx 1 ia 5 if Vg' "' 1 l? 33 lm' , L f Lg sag ' ' Q 5 iyi -IQ 5 - Me 1: . sw as sfggg X K -." g i wif-5512 -X-- ,LM Q, ,fx wk f 1? Fw mg A J.V. BASKETBALL TEAM Alamance Strong Men Our New Whirlpoolg Compliments of the Alamance Lions Club. Can you stand on your head? BASEBALL TE M First Row--Larry Hairr, Ea.r1 Blake, Bobby Jackson, Terry Durham, Don Phillips. Second Row--Harold Bowman, Harold Blake, Kit Durham, Jerry Brothers, Jolmny Southern. Third Row--Leslie Coble, Allen Dick, Bill Smith, Manager, Mr. Anderson, Coach. Mr. Anderson, Coach Who's buried here? se X f . ,- 13 , -.'. .1 .QE ADVE I f ,, 2 J H-I M ,1- IUNES BRUS. BAKERY, INC ALHNAE 53233 Mm BREAD 'tif' br..-hi".-,, Phone BR 2-6135 104 E. Lee Street Greensboro, North Carolina DUTCH KITCHEN HOME COOKED MEALS Operator Luke Shoffner 1010 South Elm Street BASS SHOE SHOP View lg- ,X ALL WORK GUARANTEED 517 Andrews Street Greensboro, North Carolina NATIONWIDE INSURANCE CO. JACK W. GOURLEY, AGENT 730 South Elm Street Greensboro, North Carolina Phal - Herman HODGIN AND FLYNT OIL COMPANY Phone BR 2-7151 Nite 681-9021 121 W. Bragg St. BI-RITE SUPER MARKETS BETTER FOODS FOR BETTER LIVING" PLEASANT GARDEN BEAUTY xv, SHOP w 'E 3 Manager - Velma Jones Phone OR 4-5511 Pleasant Garden, North Carolina KAY J EWELERS are the students friends "JUNIOR CHARGE ACCOUNTS" ARE WELCOME BOB PETTY'S OAKWOOD DRIVE-IN CURB SERVICE Phone BR 3-6780 3726 High Point Road Greensboro, North Carolina GREENSBORO COCA-COlA BOTTIING COMPANY AII around you for all around refreshment ,QTL E 5 5 Us I E E Ill- 1 - A .L YW mn 1 , ' Qi M45 0 W m'+n ooo ' X , , , I . m ,I J 3- f M I J I 9' - v .sei---fa! , .re 1 - X, J xX uup11mu lTiIi ,Y n , , ' 11" ' X I -,I .mv N I ' fi "Mk w-nav' fl -,ts ru, 'C ' ,f- Q 'fmf' W' ns rank... 4 A. ' Ilfnmmnn r X X c.. , 4 dn I I,,,"1H-' 'T .. ,. M " ' fwtw' WAGONER TRACTOR AND EQUIPMENT COMPANY ALLIS-CHALMERS 8z NEW HOLLAND DEALER Phone BR 5-5757 Burlington Road SMITH DRY CLEANING BALDWIN GARRETT., INC "Best By Test" BRANCHES Pleasant Garden Phone BR 4-9136 3010 High Point Road Phone BR 2-8057 207 North Davie Street Greensboro, North Carolina INTERNATIONAL HARVESTER F AR M MAC HINERY Meyers Water System Irrigation Systems Service - Parts Telephone BR 4-6343 1011 South Elm Street Greensboro, North Carolina GREESON 8. NEESE FUNERAL SERVICE Home of Greeson Sz Neese Mutual Burial Association, Inc. Phone ORange 4-5409 R. F. D. 1 Julian, North Carolina CAUSEY'S MOTOR COMPANY NEW AND USED PARTS Phone BR 4-1691 - BR 4-1612 Route 10, Box 142 Greensboro, North Carolina Congratulations To The Senior Class Of Alamance MANSFIELD GROCERY Open 7 A. M. to 7 P. M. Monday through Saturday Corner of Liberty Road Sz Alamance Road Greensboro, North Carolina MURPHY'S REST HOME Boarding Home for the Aged Lois Murphy-Ovsmer gl Manager Phone BR 2-3327 BR 2-4873 - BR 3-1595 Alamance Road TROXLER HOSIERY CO., INC Greensboro, North Carolina CHESTERFIELD HOSIERY MILLS INC. Ruby, South Carolina FRANK CARTER JEWELER Phone BR 2-8062 103 Southeastern Bldg. Greensboro, North Carolina T. N. BOONE FORMAL WEAR RENTAL 112 West Sycamore Street Phone BR 3-6617 Greensboro, North Carolina PLAZA AMOCO SERVICE Washing - Polishing Lubrications Complete Amoco Products W. F. Washburn, Prop. Phone BR 4-8051 1700 Battleground Ave. Greensboro, North Carolina Young men and women contemplating a career will find the textile business offers real opportunity for a bright future. New methods new products and new markets create a constant demand for new personnel. Be wise . decide upon a future in textiles . . one of America's largest industries. Check with your vocational guidance :Wife Stevens 545114-1, 1813 BRIGHT FUTURE counselor or come to see us. .J. R Stevens St Co.. Inc. SYNTHETICS DIVISION A i Compliments TO THE SENIORS from ALAMANCE BEAUTY SHOP Operators: Juanita Horney and Henrietta Monroe OPEN AT NITE BY APPOINTMENT Hours 8-6 Tuesday-Saturday Phone BR 2-5263 NETIAN BLIND MANUFACTURING COMPANY "We Specialize In Custom Built Blinds" 522 Walker Avenue Greensboro, North Carolina HARRIS 8: MADISON GULF SERVICE "There's No MONKEY BUSINESS To Our Service ALEMITE ELECTRONIC WHEEL BALANCING GULFPRIDE HD SELECT OIL FREE PICK-UP AND DELIVERY - ROAD SERVICE SEALMASTER TIRES 3 GASES No-Nox - Crest - Good-Gulf Phone BR 4-9171 2201 Asheboro Street if' DUNHAM'S FLOWER SHOP "Say it with flowers - say it with ours" Weddings - Corsages - Funerals Cut Flowers - Pot Plants Phone: Home BR 3-6657 Shop BR 2-0672 Alamance Road - Route 10 McLEANSVILLE GROCERY Groceries - Fresh Meats Dry Goods - Feeds PROPRIETORS R. L. Snow - M. S. Payne 'LIVE BETTER ELECTRICALLYH IDEA OLIVER 1 DUKE PCWER COMPANY 9 "Finest in Farm Machinery" ax, H. L. CLARK FARM SUPPLY I , 6 4210 Summit Avenue Greensboro, N01"fh CU011119- U Greensboro, North Carolina N GREENSBORO MOTOR COMPANY "South's Largest and Friendliest Ford Dealer" Phone BR 5-7264 315 North Elm Street TINY HOUSE RESTAURANT HOME COOKED MEALS PIES - CAKES Operator - Georgia Jones Phone BR 2-9672 Alamance Road APPLIANCES AND T. V. CENTER, INC. General Electric Authorized Dealers Phone BR 5-4536 1417 Battleground Avenue Greensboro, North Carolina GREENSBORO USED AUTO CARS AND TRUCKS Phone BR 5-2584 Burlington Road CAROLINA OFFICE MACHINES New and Used Typewriters and Adding Machines AUTHORIZED R. C. ALLEN SALES AND SERVICE OLIVETTI CALCULATORS - SALES AND SERVICE Phone BR 4-1041 - BR 5-6667 205 East Sycamore Street Greensboro, North Carolina GREENSBORO CASH FEED STORE "It Pays To Feed Wayne" 535 Walker Avenue Greensboro, North Carolina THE BOAR 8. CASTLE Greensboro's Most Popular Sandwich Shop Spacious Parking Curb Service Phone BR 3-2205 LIVENGOOD'S MARKET HOME OF COUNTRY HAM Phone BR 3-2414 600 South Elm Street PHIPPS HARDWARE CO., INC. Spalding Sporting Goods Gift Department - 2nd floor Siegler Heaters - Zenith T. V. Johnson Outboard Motors Boats Marine D epartment - Basement Phone BR 2-0179 215 N. Elm St. Greensboro, North Carolina DRY CLFANINC 6- Convenient Locations I I" -NC xl I 5s I ' I I i ' ' X I I s l ' I x I ENTHUSIASMIX 'Y l I I I I . . I I 1 E0 ,-.5 l A ' - I, ' 'ul-" . . ' x . ' ' ' -. : -- I P ss ' ' llgsyl xx ' ' ' ll x ' ', I xl ll 3' It I ' 1 U 1 3 I I l : I Enthusiasm is an important ingredient of success. This is true whether the job is preparing a lesson for tomorrow's class or carrying out an assignment in industry. We at Cone Mills are enthusiastic about the future of the textile industry and there ' ' 1 who would like to share this are many job opportunities for those young peope enthusiasm with us. CONE MILLS CORPORATION EXECUTIVE OFFICES: GREENSBORO, NORTH CAROLINA 'Where fabrics of tomorrow are woven today." 4QQQgg, 4C-TONE! 'NNW' G, THE JEWEL BOX Your Friendly Jeweler Greensboro's Diamond And M. E. HENDERSON CONTRACTOR FOR ALL TYPES OF BUILDING AND Gift Shop Wy, REMODELING, CONTACT Us FIRST! For Over 35 Years J i Phone BR 4-0921 134 south Eim street N X Greensboro, North Carolina TEAGUE AUTO SUPPLY CO. Complete Line of Automotive Parts gl Accessories Phones BR 2-6118 - BR 5-4580 111 North Forbis Street Greensboro, North Carolina CON FEDERATE MOTORS Richard S. Ingram A. J. Pringle Phone BR 4-8502 724 South Elm Street GREENSBORO LAUNDRY AND GENERAL LINEN SUPPLY, INC. "Greensboro's Only Soft Water Laundry" Phone BR 2-7182 115 Lewis Street Serving Greensboro STATE CAPITAL LIFE INS. CO. Industrial - Accident Ordinary - Group D. L. Stanley - District Manager Phone BR 2-2357 402 Dixie Bldg. RICHARDSON REALTY, INC. Real Estate -- Insurance Property Management Phone BR 2-2139 602 Piedmont Bldg. Greensboro, North Carolina Congratulations Class of '60 Clothing in the Campus Manner-- - second floor shop - YOUNTS DEBOE CO. Greensboro, North Carolina Compliments of DICKS ICE CREAM 386 North Elm Street Greensboro, North Carolina CAUSEY'S WEll DRILLING Phone BRoadway 2-7712 Greensboro, North Carolina ALAMANCE FIRE DEPARTMENT "Support Your Fire Department" Clay Welker - Chief Bill Whiteley - Asst. Chief Phone BRoadway 5-2976 BRIGHTWOOD INN OPEN 24 HOURS On Old 70A Bulk spread AGRICO new no that you will have time and labor for other :horn lt planting tlmo. To cut down your Spring work . . . call on L. L. Holt Spreader Service When L. L. Holt bulk-spreads fertilizer for your pastures, al- falfa fields, plowdown for row crops, you can rest assured that the right amount of plant food will be applied . . . uniformly and neatly, with no waste. Prompt, reliable service is a habit with L. L. Holt Spreader Service. A full supply of AGRICO, AA Fertilizers and 1872: NORMAL Superphosphate is available to meet your requirements for bulk spreading. We also have a plenti- ful supply of bagged AGRICO, AA Fertilizers and 18'Za NORMAL Superphosphate in case you want to spread it yourself. Contact us for Prompt Service: DISTRIBUTOR MASCOT Limestone ll H0lT SPREADER SERVICE Day Phone BR 2-0173 Night Phone BR 4-6839 Route 6, Box 163 Greensboro, North Carolina BEST WISHES TO THE CLASS OF '60 SUMMIT SHOPPING CENTER Summit Avenue and East Bessemer Ave. Greensboro's First and Most Complete Summit Avenue and East Bessemer Ave. TAR HEEL TRUCK STOP TEXACO GAS 8: OIL OPEN FROM 6:00 A. M. TO 9:00 P. M. . COMPLETE LINE OF GROCERIES OPERATORS Roy Presnell - Thomas D. Welker NEW, USED 8a RECAPPED TIRES PIONEER CHAIN SAWS S150 and up Parts 8: Service Free Demonstration Phone BR 2-9314 VESTAL'S FLOWER SHOP SUMMIT SHOPPING CENTER 948 Summit Avenue Greensboro, North Carolina COBLE SPORTING GOODS COMPANY Make Our Store Your Headquarters For ATHLETIC EQUIPMENT AND SPORTING GOODS "It Pays To Play" Greensboro, North Carolina CARRAWAY REAL ESTATE CO. Any Type Financing Arranged Residential - Commercial Industrial - Farms Kenneth Carraway Phone BR 4-5178 McConnell Road Greensboro, North Carolina IIORTII CIRIIUIIA FAM BUREAU mmw. lnsuun: eo. thin I. l. WESLEY G. WYRICK, JR. Agency Manager NORTH CAROLINA FARM BUREAU MUTUAL INS. CO SOUTHERN FARM BUREAU LIFE INSURANCE CO. Phone BR 4-5012 P. O. Box 967 Greensboro, North Carolina STACY'S 421 CROWN SERVICE Courteous Service ROAD SERVICE UNTIL 9:30 P. M. We Try To Please Our Customer Phone BR 4-9481 - Nite: BR 2-4414 Compliments of NEESE'S SAUSAGE Route 10 Greensboro, North Carolina PENNISI INSURANCE, INC. "Insurance At A Savings" Fire, Auto, Bonds P. O. Box 6166, Summit Station Greensboro, North Carolina BEROTH REALTY COMPANY FARMS - HOMES - BUSINESS C. T. Beroth -,Owner Phone Office BR 5-7802 Phone Home OR 4-5873 2228 Asheboro Street Greensboro, North Carolina Compliments of NORTH STATE CHEVROLET Phone BR 5-8471 451 North Eugene St. Greensboro, North Carolina CARTER'S ESSO SERVICE CENTER 5511 Friendly Road Guilford College, North Carolina THE LITHO PRESS INCORPORATED Complete Printing and Layout Service 809 Battleground Avenue Greensboro, North Carolina PIEDMONT SEPTIC TANK CO Septic Tanks Installed Repaired and Pumped Phone BR 5-5432 Wiley Road Burlingtozn CAREERS AHEAD ...... For young people seeking careers with challenge, the textile industry--one of the nation's most important industries- -offers excellent opportuni- ties. Let the world-famed Burlington "triangle of quality" be your guidepost to the future. Young men and women of imagination, initiative, and ability will find rewarding careers in textiles, and with B u r lin g t o n , world's leading textile organization. Burl! on INDUSTRIES. INC. Executive Offices: Greensboro, North Carolina GREENSBORO SPORTING GOODS COMPANY "It pays to Play" WHOLESALE 8: RETAIL Athletic Outfitters Sport Clothes Guns Fishing Tackle Phone BR 3-1081. 212 North Elm Street Greensboro, North Carolina GRAY Oll COMPANY OF 1960 Dealer in Esso Products Kerosene, Fuel Oil, and Gasoline 2222 Patterson Street Greensboro, North Carolina FISHER-HARRISON PRINTING COMPANY, INC. Printers - Lithographers Engraving Phone BR 2-1138 106-108 North Davie St. Greensboro, North Carolina MOORE MUSIC COMPANY Pianos - Organs Instruments 615 West Market Street Greensboro, North Carolina Compliments of LAMBETH-TROXLER FUNERAL HOME GENERAL RADIO SERVICE Radio and Television Sets Sold and Repaired Phone BR 3-1272 512 South Elm Street Compliments of OWEN'S GROCERY Phone OR 4-5002 Alamance Road SHERWlN'S High Quality FEEDS - SEEDS 8: FERTILIZERS Phone BR 2-6919 603 South Elm Street Greensboro, North Carolina Compliments of BRADY MOTOR COMPANY Compliments of A FRIEND MONNETT CARPET SHOP QUALITY CARPETS EXPERT INSTALLATION ESTIMATES WITHOUT OBLIGATION Phone BRoadway 5-9628 822 Spring Garden Street Greensboro, North Carolina PEGRAM-WEST, INC. Lumber Westinghouse Architectural Millwork Building Supplies Appliances M. D. MOSER JOE ALLRED BOB BROOKS E. N. HARVELL THE BUILDING SUPPLY COMPANY OF GREENSBORO Meadowview Road Phone BRoadway 3-6958 P. O. Box 2579 Greensboro, North Carolina Compliments of S1 A Qrzsrli J Y J.A. SHIEIDS GULF SERVICE STATION OPEN 7 DAYS A WEEK 6:30 A. M. - 10 P. M. East Lee Street Extension Corner New Highway 70 I GET rn bottles ,M and In ' CURTIS PACKING COMPANY an n 1 Producers of + 6 fs I-I 3 I I no KN f?3:,I:Iu CURTIS FINE MEATS r I "The Blue Ribbon Brand" N N 'M II,I'tt fltr Em I x X. JA 31004 6100: Greensboro, North Carolina Pwsnsroslr the fresher refresher GRE ENSBORO NEHI BOTT LING COMPANY THE B EST OF EVERYTHING TO YOU FROM BLUE BEL rid' h . .Swv su :Ui fkmiiiiiii' 1 A 'I , -.. . wifi "H" u..- Z 2 ik? f . 1... .-- -A 'Vx 42 C 6 . ,f f-' Q1 -.' M ii'-w ..m nB3 ll f ull , I " l ! 5 , DN5 l?5iiifI BLUE Bm, mc. GREENSBORO, NORT L C 8. G AUTO SALES NEW AND USED CARS "SEE US FIRST AND SAVE DOLLARS" Phone BR 3-8303 - BR 3-0849 741 South Elm Street Greensboro, North Carolina Compliments to Alamance Seniors MONSEES-WRENN LUMBER COMPANY Phone BRoadway 4-1577 517 Prescott Street Greensboro, North Carolina PIEDMONT OFFICE SUPPLIERS, INC. OFFICE EQUIPMENT AND SUPPLIES Phone BRoadway 4-1561 203 North Greene Street Greensboro, North Carolina Compliments of WILLS BOOK STORE Compliments of "BE SOCIABLE HAVE A PEPSI THE LIGHT REFRESHMENTH PIIOIIC CY 9-1341 3317 Spring Garden Street Greensboro, North Carolina NATIONWIDE MUTUAL INSURANCE CO. J. CRAIG STEED, AGENT Auto - Fire - Life - Hospital Phone BRoadway 4-4222 234 South Greene Street Greensboro, North Carolina Compliments of KIRK SENIATH WRECKING COMPANY AAA SEA FOOD Fresh Fine Sea Foods 500 South Elm St. - Greensboro 224 Settle St. - Reidsville Phone BRoadway 3-5448 Greensboro, North Carolina FIELDS 8. LEFTWICH AUTHORIZED DISTRIBUTOR "Serving Greensboro And Guilford County For 21 Years With Esso Products" Phone BR 2-1375 2618 West Court SOUTHSIDE HARDWARE COMPANY "Serving the Public For Over Half Century" POWER TOOL DIVISION Phone BR 2-1776 529 South Elm Street Phone BR 2-2106 - BR 2-2107 523-525 South Elm Street Greensboro, North Carolina ALLEN FURNITURE Quality Furniture and Appliances Evinrude Motors and Boats Burlington Road Greensboro, North Carolina NATIONWIDE INSURANCE W. A. Gourley, Agent Phone BR 4-8097 910 South Elm Street CF. C. X. B1dg.D Greensboro, North Carolina Compliments of J. M. LEA FURNITURE COMPANY Phone BR 3-7104 506 South Elm Street Greensboro, North Carolina P 8. H FARM EQUIPMENT CO., INC. Dealer for GUILFORD COUNTY Phone BR 3-1977 3713 East Market Street Greensboro, North Carolina SPARKY'S , Harley-Davidson g:f',pI: Sales and Service HARLEY- f f DAVIDSUN Magneto Service all types R I J Agent I M P R I N T Harley-Davidson Motorcycles Compliments EORBIS 8. DICK SERVICE Phone BRoadway 5-8408 1118 N. Elm Street Greensboro, North Carolina Compliments of GATE CITY MOTOR COMPANY, INC. Your CHRYSLER--IMPERIAL--PLYMOUTH DEALER "SERVING GREENSBORO SINCE 1914" 320 North Forbis Street Greensboro, North Carolina KYlE'S FRIENDLY SERVICE Friendly Shopping Center--Complete Service For Your Car Fuel Oil For Home Heating Complete Oil Burner Service Night Phone BR 2-6231 Day Phone BR 4-4160 611 Green Valley Road All THE WAY A11 the way with Guilford Dairy Milk, lj Ice Cream, and Cottage Cheese! They provide you with the protein you need for ENERGY QUICK ENERGY--REFRESHING ENERGY GUILFURIJ DAIRY YOUR HOMETOWN DAIRY Visit your nearby GUILFORD DAIRY BAR after the game or show. H 8. H AMOCO SERVICE Quality Service Guaranteed Phone BR 2-9558 KWIK STOP Groceries -- Meat Produce "Steaks Cut To Order" Open 7 days a week 2217 Asheboro Street ALAMANCE COMMUNITY LION'S CLUB i n V!-M 3 f ' lx f i xx I 1 , '-1. I , 745' ,..,.v"'vvx 6lf'NATI0v "Service to the Blind" Compliments of SHARPE'S USED CARS Alamance Road Greensboro, North Carolina E. N. GREESON SERVICE STATION Route 1 Whitsett, North Carolina Compliments To THE SENIORS From FLOYD AND JIM INGOLD HOBBS REALTY COMPANY 134 E. Washington St. Greensboro, North Carolina DODSON USED AUTO PARTS CO. Wholesale and Retail New and Used Auto Parts Day Phones BR 2-5842 - BR 4-4619 Night Phones BR 2-4745 - BR 2-3584 Burlington Road BILL LINDLEY'S ESSO Phone BR 2-6024 Gaston KL Davie Streets Greensboro, North Carolina BEACH'S BARBER SHOP We Are Always Happy To Serve You 517 South Elm Street Greensboro, North Carolina Compliments of COBLE'S HARDWARE CO. Phone ORange 4-5524 Pleasant Garden, North Carolina KEY 8. HILL SHELL "Prompt and Courteous Service" 2110 Asheboro Street PICK UP 8z DELIVERY Compliments of Compliments of EDMONDS DRUG STORES THURMAN BOWERS AND FAMILY Summit Shopping Center and Guilford College Greensboro, North Carolina EVINGTON PLUMBING CO. New Installations - Repairs Pumps - Sales - KZ Service Phone BR 4-1685 Day or Night McKINNEY'S GENERAL STORE GROCERIES - MEATS ' HARDWARE Phone BR 3-8872 Liberty Road Greensboro, North Carolina A.W. HIGGINS FURNITURE CIIMPANY COMPLETE HOME FURNISHERS SINCE 1924 ROUTE 6 MCCONNELL ROAD REXAIR The cleaner that uses water. No bag to empty. No muss, no fuss, no bother. Phone BR 4-6598 331 W. Lee St. DICK'S SHOE SHOPS "Since 1908" Summit Shopping Center Sz 208 N. Elm St. Greensboro, North Carolina THE GUARANTEED WATERPROOFING COMPANY BUILDING MATERIALS Phone BR 3-3491 P. O. Box 1828 2203 Sullivan St. Greensboro, North Carolina DIXIE ROOFING COMPANY ROOFING - SHEET METAL P. O. Box 2259 Phone BR 2-7730 436 Prescott St. Greensboro, North Carolina GREENSBORO PIANO MART NEW Sz USED PIANOS Dial BR 2-3133 615 Franklin Boulevard Greensboro, North Carolina A Good Company To Be Insured With A Good Company To Work For- PILOT LIFE INSURANCE CO. Greensboro, North Carolina COOPER BODY WORKS BODY AND FENDER REPAIRING AUTOMOBILE PAINTING Phone BR 2-0985, If no answer call BR 3-5429 2353 Randleman Road, Corner Meadowbrook Road CHARLES T. BROWN TRUCK LINES Local and Long Distance Hauling 2203 Asheboro Street Greensboro, North Carolina SUMMIT FURNITURE 8. GIFT SHOP Distinctive Home Furnishings Summit Shopping Center Compliments of OVERNITE TRANSPORTATION COMPANY HODGIN MOTOR CO. 3803 High Point Road Greensboro, North Carolina PIEDMONT BARBER SHOP "It Pays to Look Well" Air Conditioned Five Barbers Phone BR 2-6283 206 West Sycamore St. Greensboro, North Carolina -,L I FORMAL WEAR SHOP FORMAL ATTIRE FOR ALL OCCASIONS RENTAL gl SALES 207 West Sycamore Street Greensboro, North Carolina PATTERSON STREET GULF SERVICE TIRES - BATTERIES - ACCESSORIES Phone CY 9-0523 207 Patterson St. Greensboro, North Carolina Compliments FARM SERVICE DEPARTMENT BANK OF GREENSBORO Walter A. Short, Assistant Vice- President And Manager Owen M. Bass, Assistant Cashier And Assistant Manager 621 South Elm Street Four other convenient locations:- MAIN OFFICE: SOUTHEASTERN BUILDING DRIVE-IN BRANCHES- Battleground Branch - Summit Avenue Branch - Spring Garden St. Branch Member: Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation DIXIE LOOM REED COMPANY, INC. "LET DIXIE LOOM REEDS FULFILL YOUR WEAVING NEEDS" Jobbers for Mystik Tape Distributors for "Behr-Cat"Tapes Dealer for Labelon Tapes Jobbers for American Crayon Co. Derby Sealers--Joseph Dixon Crucible Co. Phone BRoadway 4-5458 P. O. Box 875 Greensboro, North Carolina K .v-,.,, . BELLAMY AUTO SERVICE FRONT WHEEL ALIGNMENT Wheel Balancing - Breaks and Motor Tuneup A Specialty-- A11 Work Guaranteed Carburetor Specialist Phone BR 4-4314 115 East Lewis Street Greensboro, North Carolina IV BOB JONES GROCERY Home of Country Ham and Eggs" JOE MELVIN SERVICE STATION We Carry In Stock At All Times Your Favorite Brand of TIRES - TUBES - BATTERIES For Road Service Phone BR 2-9362 1205-07 Asheboro Street Greensboro, North Carolina HIGGIN'S BICYCLE SHOP SCHWINN DEALER PICK UP Sz DELIVERY SERVICE Phone BRoadway 4-9949 910 Fairground Avenue Greensboro, North Carolina ZEBS CLEANERS 363 West Lee Street Greensboro, North Carolina FROSTY! MAN FROSTY! DR. PEPPER BOTTLING COMPANY Greensboro, North Carolina MONTGOMERY LAWN MOWER SERVICE We Repair All Make Motors and Chain Saws Blades and Reel Mowers Sharpened ALL WORK GUARANTEED Route 10 - Phone BR 5-1807 JOHN ROBBINS MOTOR COMPANY SALES AND SERVICE Phone BRoadway 5-2581 Phone BRoadway 5-2582 915 West Lee Street , Greensboro, North Carolina Compliments of BRADY CLEANERS 3906 East Bessemer Avenue Greensboro, North Carolina CONGRATULATIONS TO THE SENIORS Compliments of T. CLYDE ELROD Building Contractor SAFETY ELECTRIC SERVICE Residential- - Commercial- - Industrial Ovmer: Charles R. Jordan Free Estimates Work Guaranteed Prompt Day St Night Service Phone Day St Night BRoadway 5-5369 414 East Vandalia Road Greensboro, North Carolina NORTH STATE MIllING COMPANY INCORPORATED Manufacturers of DAILY BREAD FLOUR JOY BRAND CORN MEAL Distributors of Nutrena and Chatham Feeds Security Dog Foods Phone BR 5-1355 111 W. Bragg Street Greensboro, North Carolina 421 RESTAURANT HOME COOKED MEALS BAR-BE-CUE Operator: L. E. Mead 2318 Asheboro Street Greensboro, North Carolina CONGRATULATIONS SENIORS OF 1960 REYNOLDS PAINTING Phone BR 4-1646 Route 10 Greensboro, North Carolina POOlE'S ESSO SERVICE STATION SERVICE STATION HARDWARE GROCERIES FEEDS ACME PAINTS 'It Pleases Us To Please You Alamance Road Greensboro, North Carolina BOREN COLONIAL ANTIQUE OLD ENGLISH PINK COLONIAL HANDMADE TAPESTRY SMOOTH FACE CLAY PRODUCTS CO Manufacturers of FACE BRICK ROMAN NORMAN BUILDING BRICK JUMBO STRUCTURAL TILE SPECIAL SHAPES CUSTOM MADE COLORS Phone Greensboro ORange 4-2255 Pleasant Garden, North Carolina COLEMAN'S GREENSBORO TOBACCO WAREHOUSE Always Ready To Serve You In Any Way R. C. Coleman, Jr. - O. L. Coleman Phone BR 3-3975 Burlington Road - Highway 70A Compliments TO THE SENIORS From AllRED'S GROCERY AND ESSO SERVICE Alamance Road GUIIEORD E.C.X. SERVICE "Far mers Cooperative Exchange" F. C. X. Open Formula - Feeds and Fertilizers Sprays and Dusts "SEEDS OF KNOWN ORIGIN" Roofing - Fencing - Nails - Paints Greensboro, North Carolina AGRICO The Nation's Leading Fertilizer Manufactured Only by AMERICAN AGRICULTURAL CHEMICAL COMPANY Phone BRoadway 2-0173 P. O. Box 1139 Greensboro, North Carolina TO THOSE BUSINESS ORGANIZATIONS AND INDIVIDUALS WHO MADE THIS ANNUAL POSSIBLE THROUGH THEIR ADVERTISING GO OUR SINCERE THANKS. THE SENIOR CLASS OGRAM CLUB The Monogram Club is made up of high school students who have won their letter by par- ticipating in one of the school sports. The onogram ub promote better sports anship among its fellow stud nts and recog zes its members for their thletic achie ements. Mr. Anderson, Advisorg Doris Poole, Presidentg Treas urer, Sonja Whitesellg Secretary, Iris Forrest. 80 5 A H' 9 O v


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