Alexander Wilson High School - Wilsonian Yearbook (Graham, NC)

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A . . . mg B W - MARY ANNE PARIS, Edm-m.c1nef , usiness Manager KENT MANN B -L2 Alamance Conv'-' nvblig n mmges -L 0-fzLJ 342 I -1'-3:2 v-annum. iq Q41-Qfa Burllngtcsse Nunn fhzrazinz., A f SSX Wreward Many years from now when you lea-f through your annual, the staff sincerely hopes that the Wilsonian will help you relive your high school days-the good times and the had, the pleasures of tasks well done, the fellowship in studies and play, the competition on athletic fields-all of these have found a place in our book. . Nr-' seg A , , gre ww as "'i ts? M' W fr jf tl, 4 ' -2 A .4 ,ta , -. w..., - T 1. 2 W,- Front row: Patricia Pearson. Snapshot Editorg Rebecca Brown, Advertising Managerg Elsie Church. Typist: Margaret Crawford. Associate Editorg Mary Anne Paris, Editor-in- Chiefg Emily Tapp. Associate Editorg Betty ,lo Ray, Art Editorg Shirley Brown, Typistg Lois Wagoner. Sports Editor. Standing: Harry Brady. Sports Editorg Kent Mann, Business Managerg Gail Cox. Assistant Business Managerg Sally Long. Art Editor: Billy Cheek. Assistant Advertising Managerg Miss Davis. Advisor. ASSOCIATE EDITORS 437' uv""" -9' 5 Dedication TO MRS. CLAY DWIGHT BRITTAIN, SR. Who has so willingly given of her effort and time in Christian guidanceg who by her sincerity and friendliness has won the love and respect of her studentsg who with personal poise and professional dignity has encouraged and inspired us when we were discouraged, we sincerely dedicate this 1954 edition of the Wilsonian. ,Administration HENRY A. SCOTT Chairman County Board of Education .X-. .27 --.wmrhw " ruadp' - - '- . ..w,.'.?-F' V -A A04-5' N 'lil as,--'i , , .tu .-lf:,N, M: -JN iw.. - .f Seated, left to right: Theodore R. Crawford, Ernest P. Webster, Sr., Woodrow W. Lambeth, Chair- man: Arthur W. Holmes, Sr., James Alford Crabtree. DR. MARVIN E. YOUNT Superintendent Alamance County Schools 1 W MRS' GEORGE S. BASON Office Secretary GEORGE B. ROBBINS, M.A. Principal RUFUS H. ABERNATHY Science MRS. SEAWELL W. BURKE Social Studies, French SAMUEL A. COOPER, SR. Agriculture Wculfy I MISS ELOISE DAVIS MRS. HERMAN DENNY A.B. A.B. English, Library Music Q. ,HQ MR. JOHN M. MILLER, JR. MRS. JAMES M. RICH B.S. B.S. Science Home Economics MRS. GEORGE B. ROBBINS A.B. Mathematics, Physical Education MRS. ROBERT W. SCOTT B.S.S.A. Commercial THOMAS M. WILLIAMS A.B. Social Studies, English Hue Z7r1eers'6lrr!r ., 4+-'K -14? .- Front row, left to right: Clenclell Holt, J. E. Johnson, Billy Cheek, Jimmy Clark, Charles Crawford. Leonard Scarlett. Back row: Billy Dodson, Glen Crutchfield, Bill Petty, Donald Dixon, Rehegca Brown, Judy Bowman, Sara Mann, Margaret Crawford, Bill Guthrie. Kenneth Isley, Bobby Teer. Mary, Jane Fenton. Ill' Helpers MRS. N. N. FLEMINC, SR., Cafeteria Supervisor X Mascots RANDY TAPP DONNA SUE ISLEY enwr 611155 OFFICERS BEN DAVIS FARMER, JR. .. WILLIAM RICHARD PETTY MARY JANE FENTON ....,7,,. NANCY ALVA DILLARD 7,.... MOTTO Not Fmzshed lust Begun" COLORS Baby Blue and Whlte FLOWER-White Rose XE' Ag CHARLES COLON ALBRIGHT "Coconut" "A quiet, unobtrusive boy, but a friend to all." Football 1, 4-H Club 1, 2, 3, 4, FFA Club 1. 2. 3. 4, Superlative. SHIRLEY ANN ANDREWS "Brack" K'0f all the joys that I recall, being in love is best of all." Treasurer lg Glee Club 1, 2, FHA Club 1, 4-H Club 1, 2, 3, Marshal 3, Transfer from Eli Whitney School 4. VERNELL VESTAL ASHLEY "Dilly" "All great men are dead and I rlon't feel so well myself." Basketball 1, 2, 3, Co-Captain, 4 Captain, Football 4, Baseball 2, 3. 4, 4-H Club 1, Glee Club 3, Treasurer 1, FFA Club 3, FTA Club 5, Monogram Club 1, 2, 3, 4. 5, Class Testator, Superlative. BETTY JEAN BISHOP nBettyn "A girl that's friendly, one that's gay, a girl you can lozfe from day to day." 4-H Club 1, 2, Hootin' Owl Staff 4, Art Editor, Class Poet, Superlative. NAOMI SARAH BLACKWELL "Naomi" "A friendly smile, a merry life, moments with her all quickly pass." Glee Club 3, 4-H Club 1, 2. BOBBY HUNTER BOLDEN hAB0bbyH "He occupies zz large space in our hearts." FFA Club 1, Treasurer 2, 3, 4, Football 1, Superlative. HARRY WILLIAM BRADY, JR. "Harry" "Men of few words are the best men." Hootin' Owl Staff 4, Business Manager, Wilsonian Staff 4, Sports Editor, FFA Club 1, 2, 3, Marshal 3, Super- lative. JERRY RONALD BROOKS "Jerry" "Happy am I, from care I'm free, why carft they all be happy like me?" FFA Club 1, 2, 3, 4, 4-H Club 3. 4, Monogram Club 4, Basketball 3, Baseball 2. 3. 'Mummy www fl? 1385 tw REBECCA ANN BROWN :4Beckyu "Efficient, sweet, and sincere, good at sports from all we hear." Secretary 1, 2, Student Council 3, Secretary, Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4, Captain, Monogram Club 1, 2, 3, 4, FHA Club 2, Glee Club 3, Marshal 3, FTA Club 3, Secre- tary, 4 President, Softball 2, Hootin' Owl Staff 4, Sports Editor, Wilsonian Staff 3, Assistant Advertising Manager 4, Advertising Manager, Bus Drivers' Club 4, Superlative. SHIRLEY FAYE BROWN "Shirley" "Her air, her smiles her notions tell of womanl com- , . J' pletenessf' Vice President 1, 4-H Club 1, 2, 3, Glee Club 3, 4, Hootin' Owl Staff 4, Society Editor, Wilsonian Staff 4, Typist, Superlative. ELSIE JEAN CHURCH "Elsie" "A bright little girl with prim ways. When Elsie is your friend, your friend she stays." 4-H Club 1, 2, Hootin' Owl Staff 4, Proofreaderg Vice President 2, Wilsonian Staff 4, Typist, Superlative. RONALD TALMADGE CLAPP "Bull" "Dignity, good character, and a cheerful disposition, happily combined." Football 1, 2, 3, 4, Basketball 1, 2, 3, Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4, President 1, 2, Monogram Club 2, 3, 4, FFA Club 4, Glee Club 3, Superlative. AUSTINE COOK "Austine" "A quiet mind is richer than the crown." BARBARA JEAN CRAWFORD "Barbie" "The charm of her presence was felt wherever she went." Secretary 1, FHA Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Secretary, 4-H Club 1, 2, Clee Club 3, Basketball 2, Student Librarian 4. DINA LEE CRENSHAW "Captain" "Above all things, be carefree, gay, and lighthearted." 4-H Club 1, Glee Club 3, Basketball 2, 3, Captain, 4 Co-Captain, Softball 3, Monogram Club l, 2, 3, 4, FTA Club 3, Superlative. THOMAS GLENN CRUTCHFIELD stT0msw "A gentleman, and always willing to oblige." Bus Drivers' Club 2, 3, 4, FFA Club 1, 2, 3, 4. HAROLD PICKETT CURTIS "Pick" c'lVot that I like study less, but that I like fun moref' FFA Club 1, 2, 3, Vice President, 4 Presidentg 4-H Club 1, 2, 3, President 4g Monogram Club 2, 3. 4. Presidentg Football 1, 2, 3. 4, Baseball 1, 2, 3, 45 Treasurer 3: Hootiri' Owl Staff 4, Typistg Superlative. MACK DEAN DAVIS "Mack" "So for as my coin would stretch, and where it would not, l have used my credit." FFA Club l, 2, 3. 4: Superlative. NANCY ALVA DILLARD "Dinky" "When she will, she will, and you can depend on that." Student Council 1. 2, FHA Club l, 2, 3, 4, 4-H Club 1, 2g Clee Club 45 Vice President 3, Treasurer 43 Hootin' Owl Staff 4. Proofreaderg Superlative. DONALD WILKINS DIXON 4'Dixie" "He doesn't worry: he doesn't fret, the kind of boy we'll never forget." FFA Club 1. 2. 3. 4: Bus Drivers' Club 3. 4: 4-H Club l. 2. 3. BILLY REID DODSON "Bill" "His good humor, sunny smile, and good sense make him worthwhile." FFA Club 1. 2. 3, 41 4-H Club 2. 3. 4: Bus Drivers' Club 2. 3. 4. BEN DAv1s FARMER. JR. 'glkeh HA boy who is ,lun when ,lun is due: when there's work to do, he'll do it, too." Baseball 1. 2. 3. 4g Football 1, 2. 3. 4. Co-Captain, Basketball 2, 3, 4g Vice President 25 President 3, 4g Monogram Club 1. 2. 3. 4: Clee Club 3: Superlative. MARY JANE FENTON "Fenton" "She is just what she is, what .better report. a girl, o friend, a student, and a good sport." FHA Club 1, 23 Clee Club 2. 3, 43 Basketball 1. 2, Treasurer 2g Secretary 3. 4g 4-H Club 13 Bus Drivers' Club 43 Marshal 2, 3: Hootin' Owl Staff 4. Typist: Superlative. BETTY JEAN HEDGEPETH "Betty" 'GA rare compound of quality, noble and true, with plenty of sense and humor, too.', FHA Club l, 2, 4-H Club 1, 2g Treasurer 2g Dramatics 1. 3g Hootin' Owl Staff 4, Editorg Clee Club 33 FTA Club 43 Superlative. QA. - ,z A ., W y,.A-K 3 -3. S AX .A T: f, ....g,.-::-iff S 2 s '13 -A 1: st S . :.A-.- A 1' A: -'A:':Ai" ' sg... . --f-.If ' A sg ' ri ' -9 "" A ' - :A. -- t ..., .,,....,.,., A- A. Q A .lj-.1 , fr' ,Ax . .' ' V . ,- YS gl? . 'is s A A A .1 x N -A - ...R AA: Fqisfxfb A. 2 'A '5 r - X T We ""' Xi'STf?::A A S1555 A rr- 'S -A . am- A ' A- . ww '- ' ' 'I':5-:Ss so A . 6 W ' ,aim . 5: " gs' J X " A 'rf-ix . ' if - fb ft , .s s A , pi: lf! -3 t 4 . . A vi' 1, 5: :fr if use ...h ' -1-' .A .sms ...miami 'efffwi-t A ,tt--A-,N , , M a n , H... 3 ,,1:..:: s.Xv x ..A.:5g5:5f'E:,'Q A,.,I" ':'v'Af2. V Aj: ' -'s5A.--5,J",:'-1 Agfa,-5-. 352' 1-' g-2 A . -A X: ' ' - , -A 1:ames..,, Z1 ... FEI . T ' " ' W' . 1 ' '- ,Ass A -A. .QA - ,A O, .. ., ow . Z.. f rt ,. . ,X kg .A QA .Q ,rfb.1-1t.'-.A.vr:f5wg.L2'f:fig A 35, 534.-:--gig:-.Lg Q. -, it A BARBARA THOMPSON HILL "Bobbie" "Happy is she who is contentf' FHA Club 1, 2, 4-H Club 1, 2, Glee Club 4. KENNETH LEE ISLEY "Kenney" "Pleasure fills our youthful years, why study if it interferes?,' Bus Drivers' Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4-H Club 1, 2, 3, 4, FFA Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Monogram Club 3, 4. SALLY FRANCES LONG "Sally" "A modest girl in words and ways, she justly earns her classmates' praise." , Treasurer 1, Wilsonian Staff 4, Art Editor, Superlative. ROBERT KENT MANN "Dick" HA jolly good sport and an all-round guy, such a pal as no money can buyf' Football 1, 2, 3, 4, Captain, Baseball 1, Basketball 4, Monogram Club 1, 2, 3, Vice President 4, 4-H Club 1, 2, 3, 4, President, President 2, Student Council 3, 4, President, Marshal 2, 3, Chief, Wilsonian Staff 4, Business Manager, Hootin' Owl Staff 4, Assistant Editor, Superlative. DORA ANNE PARIS aAnn,, "Happy-go-lucky, jolly as can be, gay as a sunbeam, and just as free." Transfer from Colfax School 4, Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4, FHA Club 2, 3, Parliamentarian, Glee Club 1, 2, 3, Softball 2, 3, 44H Club 1, 2, Treasurer 2, Monogram Club 4: Beta Club 3, Superlative. MARY ANNE PARIS "Anne" .4 The reasons for her popularity are not hard to define, she's sincere and friendly with an excellent -mind." Student Council 1, 2, Secretary 4, Monogram Club 2, 3, 4, 4-H Club 1, 2, 3, Cheerleader 2, 3, 4, Dramatics 2, 3, FTA Club 4, Secretary, Giee Club 3, 4, Hootin' Owl Staff 4, Typist, Wilsonian Staff 3, Assistant Editor, 4 Editor, "Miss Alexander Wilson" 4, Superlative. JAMES MACK PAYNE "Doc" '4Athletie, witty, and full of fun. he's made a friend of everyonef' Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4, Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4, Football 3, 4, Glee Club 3, FFA Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Monogram Club 2, 3, 4. Vice President, Hootin' Owl Staff 4, Sports Editor, Superlative. PATRICIA ANN PEARSON "Patti,' "Here's to a girl with a great big heart, one with whom we hate to part." 4-H Club 1, 2, FHA Club 1, 2, Songleader, Basketball 1. 2, Wilsonian Staff 3, Assistant Business Manager, 4 Snapsliot Editor: Glee Club 3, Superlative. WILLIAM RICHARD PETTY "Little Willie" "From all his worthy qualities, tiwould be a laslr to pick his best." President 1, Vice President 4, Football 1. 2, 3, 4, Mono- gram Club 2, 3, 4. Treasurer, Basketball 3, 4, Clee Club 3, Bus Drivers' Club 3, 4, Marshal 2, Class Prophet: Superlative. BETTY Jo RAY "Betty" "The world always has a place for the person who can be depended upon." 4'H Club 2, Secretary 2, Hootin' Owl Staff 4. Busines Manager, Wilsonian Staff 4, Art Editor, Superlative. FAYE DEAN RONEY "Dean" "Not too serious, not too gay, a likable girl in every way." Basketball 2, 3. 4, Softball 2, 4-H Club 1, 2, Clee Club 3, Monogram Club 4. WILLIAM LEONARD SCARLETT "Sn0oky" "A hearty, mischievous smile, makes for him II life worthwhile." FFA Club 1, 2, 3, 4. Secretary, FTA Club 4, Treasurer, Bus Drivers' Club 2, 3, Monogram Club 4, Baseball 1, 2. 3, 4, Basketball 2, 3, 4, Hootin' Owl Staff 4. Humor Editor, Superlative. EMILY JANE TAPP aEmi1y,, "A smile for all, a greeting glad, an amiable jolly way she had." Student Council 3, 4, Dramatics 3, 4-H Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Wilsonian Staff 4. Associate Editor, FHA Club 1, 2. 3. 4, FTA Club 3, 4, Superlative, BOBBY DANIEL TEER 46BuCkV5 WA witty tongue and a ready will, whatever you want, this bay can fill the billf' FFA Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Bus Drivers' Club 2, 3, 4. NELLIE MAE TINGEN 'LNellie" "Her smile is not more sunny than her hair." Cheerleader 2, Monogram Club 2, 3, 4, Hootin' Owl Staff 4, Art Editor, Superlative. LOIS JEANETTE WAGONER "Billie" "She may be small, but she does her work well or not at all." Transfer from Burlington 1, Basketball 1, Softball 2, Glee Club 3, 4, Wilsonian Staff 4-, Sports Editor, Dra- matics 2. 521 495 , c- 'W s VA . X.. ' if 'figlaii it "fi if gf wmv' ?1w.,,,, A .1 E I 'WW """"4bA, 'Hunts VIRGINIA ANN WILLIAMS Gina" "Laughter is the best medicine." Glee Club 39 4-H Club 1, 2g Superlative PEGGY JEAN Woon MPeg77 "A kind-hearted, good tempered girl." 4-H Club 1, 2, 3. Not pictured: JACK JENKINS MAUDE EVELYN TINGEN SENIOR CLASS POEM As I sit dreaming of the past, I think of all our happy years together. First, when we were freshmen, so carefree and gay, With seldom a worry from day to day, But when we became sophomores so wise, The importance of work we had begun to realize. Then we no longer tried to shirk, But settled down and began to work. Soon another year had passed, And Juniors we had become, Faced with many responsibilities ahead, So' our teachers very often said. But the wonderful experiences are so dear to our hearts, And we can never forget our early start. All the years of learning so quickly have flown, How different they might have been had We only known. Now the time has come for us seniors to journey on, As those before us have done. We realize our work is 4'Not finished, but just begunf' But with the strength to do, and the will to dare, And the courage to find our places in the world of to- morrow, Let us strive to do our best, As we bid our Dear Wilson Adieu. BETTY JEAN BISHOP Poet ' 1 ,. ' ' i If I Vets A For g..gQT1i,,,,sA Y I, J ,xx r I I Q if ' .X X? I I li-I' G 611155 History Twelve years ago, we sixtyisix mischievous little boys and girls, under the able leadership of Mrs. Garrett and Miss Crowell, began our long journey to obtain an education. Of course, we had many pleasant and unpleasant experiences along the way, yet we never completely gave up, because our help- ful teachers encouraged and inspired us to higher learning. By the time We had reached the eighth grade we began to see ourselves as future men and women of the world, especially when we had had the pleasure of receiving our eighth grade cer- tificates. ln the ninth grade we were, as tradition would have it, green freshmen, but we had two excellent home room teachers, Mrs. G. B. Robbins, who had section l, and Mrs. Malcolm Courley, who had section A, to work with us. Ronald Clapp, Anne Scott, Rebecca Brown and Sally Long were the officers of Mrs. Robbins, section, and Billy Petty, Shirley Brown, Barbara Crawford and Buddy Isley were the officers of Mrs. Gourleyls section. Our freshman year was spent in learning the routine of high school, and in buckling down to hard work. After a much needed vacation we started our sophomore year by electing Ronald Clapp, Ben Farmer, Rebecca Brown, and Mary ,lane Fenton, as the officers of Mrs. Gourley's section, and Kent Mann, Elsie Church, Betty ,lo Ray, and Betty Hedge- peth as the officers of Miss Thelma Cates' section. This year was spent in following the regular sched- ule of work and learning more about the extra activities of high school life. Under the efficient sponsorship of Mrs. S. C. Burke, we juniors began the third mile of our journey. Realizing that capable and responsible class officers are an asset to any group, we chose Ben Farmer, President, Nancy Dillard, Vice Presi- dent, Mary ,lane Fenton, Secretary, and Harold Curtis, Treasurer. Not many months elapsed before it was time to order class rings, and naturally, we were overjoyed at the idea. Then the next important event was the Junior- Senior Banquet, the theme of which was 'aStarlight." Much planning and preparations were made for the big occasion, which was a very festive event. The absence of our faithful sponsor, Mrs. Burke, recov- ering from an operation, saddened our hearts. The remainder of our junior year was spent studying, planning, and participating in the dif- ferent clubs and organizations, and attending parties. Receiving our class rings and passing our examinations ended the highly successful junior year. Long will the class remember the patience and splendid leadership of Mrs. Burke. Forty-five boys' and girls entered an attractive classroom on September 3, 1953, at which time Miss Davis, our beloved English teacher, became our advisor. This, our fourth year, was to be a very important one in our lives, so we needed alert and responsible leaders. Very soon Ben Farmer was elected President, Billy Petty, Vice President, Mary ,lane Fenton, Secretary, and Nancy Dillard, Treasurer. High hopes and ambitions filled our minds as we started our last mile, and it was not long until we were well represented in the Council, for Kent Mann was President, and Mary Anne Paris and Emily Tapp, also seniors, ably assisted in the work of the organization. Next came the work of the Newspaper Staff, con- sisting of seniors, who very diligently worked in publishing the "Hootin' 0wl,n each time, and last, was the WILSONIAN, the school yearbook, in which the seniors and juniors assumed much re- sponsibility in compiling. 'ln the midst of our work, we took enough time out to choose our mascots, Donna Sue Isley and Randy Tapp, two charming children. Now we are beginning to realize how much the faculty and our friends really mean to us, therefore, our gratitude to them can never be expressed too strongly. REBECCA BROWN Historian Best All-Round HEDC-EPETH MANN Best Loolnzng PINCEN DAVIQ wc. W 5 g :-,1 .Maw 5 ,., ,,. -f" Fw Y 5 ,fjj ., 2232 "'4' . 'Axim f' fs, .W Cutest CHURCH CURTIS 1--'X Most Likely to Succeed MANN BROWN S'-2,1 ' J.. fm x 1 Best Dressed RAY CLAPP Most Popular l CURTIS PARIS S KA5 6' M ost Intellectual PETTY BROWN Most Studious DILLARD BRADY F riendliest FARMER PARIS 4 WIRE :NSE L is mm ' ' ww -A.-H 5 fl LQ I E17 ' -51' " -' . !'f-1743 1 5? ig, 'L ? Biggest F lirts WILLIAMS ASHLEY ,gp w Most C ourteous FENTON FARMER ost Dignified .' BRADY PEARSON r"J uietest LONC A? ALBRIGHT Wzttzest TAPP SCARLETT Most Original MSHOP PETTY .lib I 4 , Z x,v M ost Athletzc CRENSHAW PAYNE ., Most Talented , BOLDEN FENTON Most M ischievous TAPP SCARLETT leaders af Zfamvrrouf First row, left to right: Miss Davis, Advisor, Paris. Crawford, Hill, Dillard, Wagner, Church, Tingen, Bishop. Second row: Fenton, Isley, Tee-r, Tapp, Long, Blackwell, Brown, Ray. Third row: Roney. Cook, Williams, Davis, Scarlett, Wood, Paris. Fourth row: Crutchfield, Brooks, Clapp, Hedgepeth, Pearson, R. Brown, Crenshaw. Fifth row: Bolden. Mann, Farmer, Brady. Curtis. Andrews, Payne. Sixth row: Petty, Albright. Ashley. Dodson, Dixon, 7211, gf SENIOR AUTOGRAPHS -E, MIJWQ F, L - ,, -' ' 012,44 fffotyfawa 7 junior 611155 Bowman, Cox, Cates, Draughn. CLASS OFFICERS JUDY STARR BOWMAN ...,...,....,,,,.....,,,,............... President MARY EVAN CATES .,,,.,..,, ,..... V ice President LORANDA GAIL COX ....,,.,,,.,..,,.... ........ S ecretary CARRIE LUCILLE DRAUGHN .,..,,... ..,,,,, T reasurer I 6 S X fe. , 1 Q N A H IZ 1k Billie Ann Atkinson George Stanford Bason Judy Starr Bowman Nancy Jeanette Bradshaw Carolyn Marie Burke Gloria Ann Carden Grady Lindo Cavlness Billy Maynard Cheek Mary Evan Cates Jimmy Franklin Clark Louise Scott Cooper Loranda Gail Cox Charles Milton Crawford Margaret Anne Crawford Robert Holt Davis Kenneth Rowland Dilks Carrie Lucille Draughn Hugh Julius Duffer A M 69? 1 A +--:.:.a:- ,M :Q W F wwe' 'f':'i'f- - ,M , E3 5 - -fi 1, iiE',5:"f2'- -1 . ' 3 :V V 'W -' ANS.: z-v . xv ' ' . Q 55251-an-rzszzq. -, . y Qi Robert Minter Farmer Harold Dean Cumm Lois Janet Gray William Gillmore Guthrie Bettie June Hanford Shelby Jean Hayes Barbara Ann Henderson Thomas Clendell Holt, Jr. Larry Joe Isley Jarvis Eugene Johnson Winslow Al Kelley Judy Arlene Lipscomb Judy Elizabeth Loy Sara Fenton Mann Margaret Ann Marshall Patricia Ann Martin Barbara Ann Mills Norman Eugene Mize Carrie Lula Odell Coleman Perry Owen Bobby Levern Parker Robert Woodrow Phillips Bennie Harold Quakenbush Mabeline Riddle Martha Sue Roberson Barbara ,lean Rowland Joanne Scott Alma Eudell Sharpe Rita Sonjia Steele ,lohn Ruffin Tingen Sara Lane Wells Sandra Jane Whittemore Not pictured Marco Manolo Mora Katie Udell PM Q Q M 'Y . 's ""wg1'?'?f4V lt" W H If J it Q 1 'Eff 'Hr' 2 .4 If nf? fi ,W ., at ,V 'x fi Sophamvrc Cflass .,......... A 1 ..., rig ' - 'fu , Q,'.1:1,QfQ?:f,a .,,, , ? f manual L ,-.-...H 'H' g if . Seated, left to right. front row: Wood, Allen, Barnes. Second row: Justice. Snipes. Third row: Abercombie. Standing: Cates. Coble. SECTION WALLACE CLAYTON SNIPES ,...,..., ......,...,, JACK KENNETH BARNES ,,,,,... JEAN CAROLYN CATES ...,,.... EVELYN MAE ALLEN ,,,t.. Vice OFFICERS President President Secretary Treasurer SECTION A ELLA RAE JUSTICE ....77V7............,,..,,. .,..-.-...,.-- LARRY DAVID WOOD ............,,.,. ....... V ive DOLLY DEAN NA COBLE ....77..1..-...... ....--f,,-.... FRED ERNEST ABERCROMBIE ....... ,,,,., President President Secretary Treasurer Fred Ernest Abercromble Evelyn Mae Allen Faye Dean Ashe Jack Kenneth Barnes V1V1aI1 Caroly n Burke Patsy Grey Carden Vlfglnla Lou Carden Jean Carolyn Cates Cratha lVlae Cavmess Carl Wlnfred Church Dolly Deanna Coble Patrlcla Ann COgg1DQ Cale lVladel1ne Cook Herman Theodore Crawford Ronme James Crutchfleld Robert Warren Dllks Jeanette lVlar1e Farrell Marcra Patterson Farrell Shelby Jean Farrell Orr 1lle Maw Cuthrle Peggy Esther Holt Thomas Glles Hunter Patrlcla Ann Johnson Barbara Kay Jones Ella Rae Justlce Roger Dean Justlce John Drxon Klmrey Carol Anne Lashley 'Z 5 'CIP 3 mf' we? -490' Q09 ww. -'ZZ air- Sw -13214 ' 'P'!?tv" if-1 'nays F wma. -. Q 'TVN l i wifi?-ft - .. trvws 5:6221 . . vu" 1 ,.. Z4 S . is i 1 H t 'egkisf C 'N' - NN. - . , , S ywwyf - - . 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A 'A L1 NND NOT AVAILASLK Norman Sammy Allen Patricia Lee Bridgeman Mary Ellen Brown Larry Rudolph Chappell Marvin Lee Coble Mervin Dale Coble Glenda Ann Cole James Allen Crawford Mary Alice Crawford Bobby Jene Davis Jerry Denton Davis Clara .lean Dodson Howard Hugh Doss Rosa Lea Dunlap Anne Frances Foster Autry Maynard Graves Glenda Lane Hall Audrey Kay Henderson Mary Louise Henderson Margaret Marie Holt Reba Joyce Hubbard Johnnie Elizabeth Lipscomb Joyce Anne Mangum Andy Baxter McPherson James Harold McPherson Shelby Jean Murchison John Allen Murray Duke Bryant Paris Peggy Maxine Pass Jean Gray Payne Lonnie Clayton Reynolds Freddie Braxton Rice James Gray Scarlett Nancy Jane Scott Jane Inez Shaw Sonny Simmons Charlie Arthur Thompson Dorothy Ellen Wagoner Robert Clyde Webster Kenneth Wayne Williams Tomrr y Wilson White T . 'ff' , 'Q 4-A . LsCqg?,y?,7 f' ' 4 V J' 4' in . . 'e ' T ,-.- , . , .g A . . ' at 4 tr .-if ' , U gt A 1, L W Sal? 'ML 1 .,. ' ' j MLS '. ft .f-fr A, 4: R f 1 sr- 49,5 ' N ,ou ,av- ., ,. M41 V' XM. S ,rg n 'W , 4 ., Q 0,11 Kzmk ing GAIL DIXON l'alPrIic'torian 1953 SCOTT PENDERGRAPH Best All-round Boy 1953 .Host Athletif Boy 1953 V." J 3 PATSY .10 HUNTER Salutatorian 1953 as n ,, Y 7 .1 A S CAROLYN ABERNATHY JUDY BOWMAN Best Aflrozlncl Girl 1953 State Historian F.H.,4. .Host Athletic Girl 1953 A,g-n-- ".Uzss Alexander Wzlson 1954 NIARY ANNE PARIQ 5 v ll I-S 8 v ,, x ,A-.Xt xkkw qA , My M-Q-...Q : 1 ea if . J, E Student Eaufzcil Seated. left to right: Shelby Farrell, Bobby Dilks, Emily Tapp. Billy Cheek, Treasurerg Sara Lane Wells. Secretary, Buddy Phillips, Vice Presidentg Louise Henderson. Sammy Allen, Mary Anne- Paris, Standing: Mr. Robbins. Advisorg Kent Mann, President. 1' - 1 Seated, left to right: Gail Cox, Vice Presidentg Rebecca Brown, Presidentg Mary Anne Paris. Secretary: Leonard Scarlett. Treasurer. Standing: Kay Henderson, Mrs. Robbins, Advisor: Louise Henderson, Eudell Sharpe, Louise Cooper, Mary Alice Crawford, Vernell Ashley, Mary Ellen Brown, Clara Jean Dodson. Nancy Scott. Miss Cornwell. Emily Tapp, Dot Wagoner. T' wg ,ini Hvotzu' OW! faff 1 1111 I Seated, left to right: Mary Anne Paris, Harold Curtis, Betty Hedgepeth, Editorg Betty Jo Ray, Mary Jane Fenton. Standing: Miss Davis, Aclvisorg Nancy Dillard, Shirley Brown, Leonard Scarlett, Harry Brady, Mack Payne, Patricia Pearson, Rebecca Brown. Nellie Tingen. Elsie Church. Betty Bishop. -csv '47 'N t CE COQSYKJ L X' 4 ff. Seated, left to right: .lean Carolyn Cates, Judy Loy, Gail Cox, Chief: Margaret Marshall, Mary Cates. Standing: Bill Guthrie, Jackie Barnes, Patsy Farrell. Delmar McAdams, Kenneth Dilks. .',.,,.v' ,f""4 1. arslmlls WH Marmgrzzm 61116 Front row, left to right: Cates, Farrell, G. Carden. M. Crawford. Cox, Coble, Coggins, Allen, Paris Bowman, Crenshaw, Brown. Second row: Abernathy, Aclvisorg Owens, V. Carden, Roney, S. Mann, Riddle, Tingen, Mills, A. Paris, Farmer, Robbins, Advisor. Third row: Cheek, Phillips, Barnes, Dilks, Ashley, Scarlett, Guthrie, Webster, J. Tingen, Isley. Fourth row: Smith, Kelley, Wood Johnson, Petty, Mize, Clapp, Bason, K. Mann. Fifth row: Payne, H. Crawford, M. Guthrie. L Isley. Brooks. Thompson. Deanna Coble, Chiefg Gloria Carden, Mary Anne Paris. Patsy Coggins, Margaret Anne Crawford. Evelyn Allen, Gail Cox. r lpn 2 4 yy fa Q y , 5 5 .fl.,4L-6111 Officers: Judy Bowman, Presidentg Sara Mann. Vice- President: Barbara Crawford. Secretary: Shelby Farrell. Treasurer: Mrs. Rich. Advisor. 5 14" Q Y 0 r .ZA 6111 Officers: Harold Curtis, Presidentg John Tingf-n, Vice Presidenlg Ronald Clapp. Secretaryq Billy Dodson, Treasurerg Mr. Cooper, Advisor. N Q., ,, . SSM Alexander Alexander Alexander Alexander Alexander Alexander Alexander ..-X... X 1575661111 9 KT, il Qis me W!" x A First row. left to right: Vernell Ashley, Ronald Clapp. Harold Curtis. Larry Isley. Second row: Buddy Phillips: Kenneth lsley. Leonard Scarlett. C. P. Owe-n. Hack row: Hr. Abernathy. Cnachg Junior Wood. Mack Payne. Frank Smith. Ben Farmer. BASEBALL RECORD Wilson ,,,,.,,. 5 Graham ,,.,,,,,,,,,,, 15 Wilson ........ 6 Haw River .,,...., T 3 Wilson .,,..,,. 4- Elon ,,.,..,,,,,,,,,,,, 2 if Wilson ....,... T Eli Whitney ,,..,, 5 Wilson .,.,.... 2 E. M. Holt ,,.,,,,,,, 5 Wilson .,,,.... 6 Mebane ,e,e.,,,, H 5 Wilson ,,,..... 5 A. Ossippee ,..,,,,, 4 Qx Q R. H. ABERNATHH 'li ,II Coach '14 KENT MANN X'--v-wr 5 l V i X E ig 1 , 22 - 5 .,:,- f H K f"' . :-'- VVI, p Av'. ' ,. , ' ,: V l if Front row, 1 Buddy Phmi Al Kelley. BILLY PETTN M HOLT STARS-Arthur Thou ALEXANDER W1LSON, E. . W ander Wi1son's Eagles thus far this season, while Joe Shi the E. M. Holt Wildcats. Both boys see action tonight whefgfi Holt's gymnasium. Thompson hasxscored 206 points this yea? ' ' ' - h tos by Ed McCauley2,f-1 lters are Juniors. fTlI1'lES News P o BUDDY PHILLIPS 1" wb Captaing Joe Isley, AL KELLEY vo Il SHELBY FARRELL ps .Q 5 f' 'fi 1 ' A 4, me if We , L at 4. Bias? 'gg J fa VM 5Z?itf,7i'l ,1Qif ::W75i"i:: " 4 2142 it 'fm -3, :.. , .Vi X 'x l 40 tt 3. M ii, ,.,., , .f-f: , ,, nite LARGE AND SMALL OF WILSON GRIDDERS'The two big tain- Reb JUDY BOWli!elloxx's ahove are holding one of the sinallest members of the Aleii- iDean, Roneecca Brown. ,N , ,. Wilson grid team, but the two giant tackles also hold theitrs. Robbingzgdabeline ' nald Lashley is at left, and Franki' i Oach' 'th, ai JEAN CAROLYN GATES B11uCl Nether this year. Ro homore, and Smi getting a rest as thet Neve Photo by Ed McCauley! llfilsfnl lllie to, " 1 is a 235-pound sop I ' " houlclers is, lSmith is at right. Lashley isenior, weighs Zl5 pounds. The little fellow on then s center Bobby Dillis, a mere 150 pounds. All three boys are regularsi :lor Coach Lewis Robertsons eleven, and this week they will b N ' f 'e is an open date on the schedule. tTinies-l l 3,4-I K, 2 iv, i 'Q X, L If AL KELLEY Qoaibull BEN FARMER C0-Captain H ,,..- 5 Tf?"?i.'l5:f.""'x' '.': 1 , :."' V 1 , ' is , . Q, We: K . . FQ-3.,,s -' , ' 3 q"f-ffhikgfl'-Fr" "'4 ff ' ' w 5 ' 7' ' i" ':'Z4:Ql15-zvxilll-'il 1 .znzgq-.1:f 5yw:.iS . 4,5 X,',:, :. ci N X 'bu I gy GSX Y v 'so 'SA x N A X K wx X 5 fin . 0 333 ' X Na? X K3 T3 X NGEQXQ 'gn wg X OR ., A .x.vNs.f.N -.15 f- - . mm Q 3 365 W QQ W 'S Aw x SX , , xg -f ,S 1. Nt ' X ' 1 'ga A33 xx X935 X s "' X IX? X 4 s 4 2 vb . '- Q i 3-' "WRAP-YQ':'1f:1?Et.Q-2. '. s 2 -' I 4--f " "1 -.9 -425551. I-fi?-1" ' -. QV. -f"fL:1f'f -z.-.114-.-5 1' ' . - " C 1 - f'. f-29,2-:a'.?s-zfgI'aQ ' " Q- 4- -Sggs, 'aaasm-5-f.ef.,f-'.-. A- K4 1- ':.:.'? .-vsw, 3 4 ""E1fx-sg-if::'f,f'irfex:.1.R1:4z,'f- . L. QQ 2-, "Ein 2 Fill ETP-: xl f-. f y - is First row, left to right: Tingen, Petty, Mann, Captain, Mize, Farmer, Co-Caplaing Johnson, Kelley. Second row: Doss, Clapp. Mora, Payne. Third row: Williams. Dilks. Paris, A. McPherson, Carden. Davis. Smith, McAdams, Bason, Guthrie. B. McPherson, Isley. Alexander Alexander Alexander Alexander Alexander Alexander Alexander Alexander First row. left to right: Williams. Isley. Farmer. C0-Captaing Mann, Captain: Dilks, Guthrie. Second row: Paris, Carden, A. McPherson, Bason, McAdams, Davis. Third row: McPherson. Mora. Petty. Smith. Johnson, Doss. Fourth row: Abernathy, Coachg Qlapp, Kelly, Payne, Mize. FOOTBALL RECORD Wilson Wilson Wilson Wilson Wilson Wilson Wilson Wilson 25 Liberty ,,t,,,,,,,,, T 0 E. M. Holt ,,,,,,,, 7 12 Mebane ,sAA,,,,Y,,Y 12 25 Bethal Hill ,,,,., 6 7 Haw River ,,,,.i 6 7 Ramseur ,,,,.,,... 6 19 A. Ossippee ,,,. 0 37 Gihsonville T MARCO NIORA - 2 4 , 1 V V savx V. V ttis 0 2 1 45,4 , 5'-,fgxgxml , fam' if M-,.,f.s., V .V - we-'f.,s.q V-nn. Y My I fx - , .V .. . , www -1 V. ,- W. x. 3 ., , ' fffvtflku, A VV ma., w.,.,.,M,,uQ if ,r:eQi .,', 2 ,, 'aff f-.-4, V ,, lm Mm MACK PAYNE ,5 2 'V V, ..,.1 fl 5 Vf fj'f.c,i3 f fi-1 A . . A ff,,,,1,g,.e?',,g,Qgf4:'-.q , ww- : V . 23,-1"fZ5-jg: V. , .- ,se - V' .aged-s V.. ' ff' .22 1- . , 251.-..?",f' Ziff!-LCKZY J '51, KENT MANN BILL PETTY f,,,,,,,,,, . 99,5114 , ass, HAROLD CURTIS J i ,I X ,,-W, . --fr . x - 25 3 - -:rig My of K, f'x xx ff -xiwfxx, an fr 27 Udo: - - - QL 'f.. 'Yf W .Q f-V415 Q CAROLINA DRUG COMPANY YOUR FRIENDLY STORE Rendering a Broader HeaII'h Service 'Io +I1e Communify for TwenI'y-One Years PHONE 269I MEBANE, N. C. Complimenfs WRIKE of DRUG COMPANY COLE MO d TORS TwenI'y-Nine Years of an GRAHAM LAUNDRY Confinuous Service Main Sfreei' Graham, N. C. KEN ISLEY GROCERY Phone 9982 Swepsonville, N. C. FILM DEVELOPING 24-Hour Service KocIaIcs - Film - Flash Buibs GRAHAM SODA SHOP Cour'I Square Mfg? HOUSEHOLD APPLIANCES Home Appliance and Furniture Store BeI'I'er Produc'I's for Happier Living SERVICE BEYOND THE SALE CECIL E. MOSER TELEPHONE 6-9074 W. Elm Sfreei Graham. N. C. Besf Wishes MOON FASHION SHOP I30 Norrh Main Sireef Graham, Norih Carolina LONGEST SHOE STORE Ciiy Club-Velvef SI'ep Weaiher Bird -Diamond SI'ep I26 Norfh Main Sfreei GRAHAM, NORTH CAROLINA Phone 6-I I38 ' f MORTON'S Cur+ains, Draperies, Vene+ian Blinds Window Shades, Lamps, Ladies' Hosiery Lingerie, and GiH Hems IO5 Maple Avenue BurIing'I'on, NorI'h Carolina W. H. BOWMAN STORE General Merchandise Fresh Mears and Counfry Produce GRAHAM, N. C. Phone 6-7659 PEPSI-COLA BOTTLING COMPANY A' of Groceries MeaI's BURLINGTON Fresh Meals, Fresh Vegeiables l423 Church SI'ree'I' Burlingfon, N. C. Phone 6- I 273 Frozen Foods "Service Thai' SaIisfies" Phone 6-3292 GRAHAM, NORTH CAROLINA THOMPSON'S SUPER MARKET General Merchandise Swepsonville, N. C. PHONE 3307 JACK'S SODA SHOP Curb Service- FounI'ain Service Pi'I Bar-B-Que GRAHAM NORTH CAROLINA AMBULANCE Complimenfs C. B. HALSEY 1 NITE ye! MCOLURE 'Z-f Llfh FU,NERAL HOMEL ,.,.l -'JJ . K-if-nil S. Main Sfreef If Q33-1, 4, I ' n COMPANY, INC. if ,R , GWAM N C RALEIGH, N. c. FCHL .va Dm' 27" 'i""L'4j, 605 Webb Avenue " 7 BURLINGTON, N. c. H 'fQ , Dial 7488 Ni ,41f'j-I" Congraiulaiions and GRAHAM MOTOR SALES Besi' Wishes INC. GREENE FUEL, GAS COMPANY P. on Box 526 of GRAHAM, N. c. NORTH CAROLINA, INC. phone 5-3592 Graham, Norih Carolina I. HOLT, JR., LUMBER CO., INC. Lumber and Building Maferials Phone 397I GRAHAM, NORTH CAROLINA Compliments of - f CM-P Mgihnlfi JAROSZ HOSIERY MILL GRAHAM SHOE SHOP Specializing in Stylish Made-Io-Measure Clofhes for High School Boys J. A. Pf0pl'Ie'I'0f uYOU 'Tu Phone 6-593I T N iB00ne Call for and Delivery I -I-Ai'-ORS GRAHAM, N. C. Burlingfon, N. C. Complimenfs of HUGHES MOTOR COMPANY Complimenfs of HAL'S MEN'S SHOP Things 'Io Wear for Men Who Care" FWF!! H. L. MCADAMS, Propriefor Graham, N. C. , 5, V -L df' ll I fl -s .-.- lvf 's :?fq, lT- I L, .X , I . Q X - , i , 7214526160444 .air ' Q -'r S 3 -!' . wp' " 1 - - mlm --::-- nqv.,-' DAIRY PRODUCTS . ra-. .,.. , ,.,, X MELVILLE DAIRY Alamance CounI'y's Only Local, Inclependenl Dairy" CITY RADIO AND SALES SERVICE Compnmenis Finesi' in Musical Merchandise of Andrew S+. Wesi Fronf S+. A FRIEND Burlingfon 6-9237 0 Burlingfon 6-3308 e .r x W ' CUSTARD CUP Homemade Ice Cream Hamburgers, Ho? Dogs Bar-B-Q, Founfain Service Highway 54 JAKE'S GRILL "For 'Ihe Besi in Ea+s" Curb Service Shori Orders Regular Meals HIGHWAY 54 Two Miles Easf of Graham FRANK'S JEWELRY Wafches and Diamonds Wedding and Graduaiion GiH's EASY PAYMENT PLAN 202 N. Main Sfreei Graham, N. C WHlTE'S FLOWER AND GIFT SHOP Flowers 'for All Occasions CORSAGES AND SPRAYS , LEGRA IOII Soufh Main S+. 56 'QQ 5' A GRAHAM, N. C. . ,i,, "'u-rw'-" COX BROS. USED CARS "For BeHer Used Cars" Diai 6-I207 4II N. Church Sfreef BURLINGTON. N. C. RICH AND THOMPSON Furni'I'ure and Appliances Dial 6-4202 GRAHAM, N. C. A . 17.19 - 1,11 N 2 ' ' -J' I, I , J . al jj Lf. V J C itll L1 j In I gifr X JI I! , M-. I ,X ff If..,Q'I4!,:ZIJ N, . , j J , I' fe ,vf"IIff,,,, ,JI-L ' .2 Iffe ff' I I If ,ff f yl .,g'wHI. U I-,IJ I QV ' ' ' J .Q J , -. - I IUJII gf I ' Vyff fm - 'A "Wm-1' I2 I ,fi If If XI' 'J' ,WJ ' I ,ff If I W ,'1If'J' !.1 lim .!jwNNLll If 31 0 . Q I - JI! JA!! 'yy . ,J ,, ,II HI! U JJ lfjg , J uf! -', I A 'I I ' -I IJ ' IJ' f 'I Rf D' JI' rw ff U1 I I ff A'I!fIfh ja I f' E MI If JI - 1 . ,Ib . I . . lf . " 211.769, 'yt LEATH ,JJIXX5-JJ QZIJU J Ifhroigfy I 'hIlc'L I' I ,J I, I ,I JI ' ..f I ' II .I I -ff? 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