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

 - Class of 1955

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M32 tbfglyi i All Ni i 1 'A xl di 'XJ 4 is, fx 15 P' To one who has given many years of devoted and faithful service to the Alexander Wilson School, and who by her diligent and efficient efforts in meeting the responsibilities of teaching has left an enduring influence on the minds of the many who have passed through the school, and forthe many contributions she has made to the school and community, thc Senior Class and Wilsonian Staff gratefully dedicate this volume to Mrs. Althea Williams Burke. fm... KA .AM ,M it-Zin ,Ulm Jim. , vgfggj ww wwf- 6 :.:,,, 1' M Q- MP4 jtjjg J iw fiffwy, ,wffffffffh ff f-if 0. - . 1, 1 J ff ,Zjlk-114,!K " "l'f'9- 'fig' ff a- MJ. AM W Wf! 1,2424 4.2 Qfffv- MW OIOLMMA 4'5"JL?Q' f f A. I4 !Mm3'A""2'4"' JJ W ' f4'4Wf-ff ff- - ,Af . 'Q . 1 -4 WN, 45 at Q A , , WW 'kg My finfjflwha l, . ' y '69 !f1.,,.y"f0fLf,,,h,:r4-f,j gwiuxd A! I' mZJy . K fxuwr KMA, ,- gv'f,f,g . , ,hui riff!.aaJ,V.,r,,l ll . i H! I , 1fgf,4,ffx,f,,A: . I, C304 7 0701, rafjj ali ff YOIJJ Lvbfj I A A, oL.,fJJv KJ! yffjA,,ly, , ,Aon-L fb!-9 QM 7 if mf dmmz JoQ kacL-f fha-74 im... 10,04 f2.7gg.f'fLxW"' ded-wwhv M140- fwwffvwahfxgh XQMJZJ I 'Q 'Q h 'Nffi iff . . i X i Q' 3 r..,.m-ua-ww! .- .,w....f....... r V' cscfoofjioarof Seated, left to right: Theodore R. Crawford, Ernest P. Webster, Sr., Woodrow W. Lam- beth, Chairmang Arthur W. Holmes, Sr., James Alfred Crabtree. HENRY A. SCOTT Chairman County Board of Education The Alexander Wilson School is a part of the Alamance County Administration Unit. DR. MARVIN E. YOUNT Superintendent Alamance County Schools I 1 6 Q I 5 I G i C l U I 5 fl px Ll 1 I I L11 GEORGE B. ROBBINS M.A., Principal MRS. GEORGE BASON Secretary XZWWTQ, 2 3 ,f '46-LQ-" vw' ' - -gf:-ff - ,.-,.w,,:g - G " '4-1' , -in-ga. HMS ' - .-,.-, ,,, ,,.f- A.B., Science 43' - su- 5 Q 'T.."""' A.B., English 1 a K Q "' .N X , -ja. . 14 L', li J. f , "" A A Q ll!! RUFUS H. ABERNATHY MRS. SEAWELL W. BURKE A.B., Social Studies, French MISS ELLA CASHWELL SAMUEL A. COOPER, SR. B.S., Agriculture MRS. HERMAN DENNY A.B., Music MRS. JOHN A. LONG, JR. A.B., Social Studies and Health JOHN M. MILLER, JR. B.S., Science MRS. JAMES RICH B.S., Home Economics MRS. GEORGE B. ROBBINS A.B., Math MRS. ROBERT W. SCOTT B.S.S.A., Business THOMAS M. WILLIAMS A.B., Social Studies La. wvagf 0,9 Ro ed endeavor and lasting .lariuary of 1924. For hundreds of che 'she ri ships, serious 7 ffl' YO U mags.. The high school pupils look forward to assembly which is held on Friday morning. Various types of programs are given by students, faculty and guests. These feature classroom activities, commu- nity resources and other numbers of an educational and entertaining nature. rw ' Q I w4"f QJEE5? WM MA .ML 'xy is w""A'.MAUQ,'ffM'3A,MV XKQQLQ.-ii.: I MJ W3,W hx X XX-X,Xf1 Qx, M1 , M u Hb-: J X XL! WW T-iQ, 'Z it REX Aiiz. 'X' 'fx' 1 5 xx xv s A ' 'N fr .sb . 0 W Y Sw fi? V A f , - 1-UL 940 I flfaflk ffl!-,?f'!-. I . 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President 1, Secretary 4, Clee Club 4, President, Soft- ball 1. GEORGE STANFORD BASON, JR. NGE0RGE,, Not too serious, not too gay, but a rare good friend in every way . . . Swepsonville, North Carolina . . . Baseball 1, FFA Club 1, 2, Football 1, 2, 3, 4, Monogram Club 2, 3, 4, Social Council 4, Student Council 2, Treasurer, President 4, Dramatics 3, Most Likely to Succeed, Best All-Round. JUDY STARR BOWMAN 'CSTARRU With beauty and brains anything can be accomplished . . . 700 S. Main St., Graham, North Carolina . . , Stu- dent Council 1, FHA Club 1, 2, 3, President, 4 Treasurer, State Historian, FHA Queen 3, Monogram Club 1. 2, 3, 4, Basketball 1. 2. 3, 4, 4-H Club 1, FTA Club 3, 4. Parliamentarian. Social Council 4, Dramatics 2. Presi- dent 3, Bus Drivers' Club 3, 4, Eagle Staff 4, Sports Editor, Wilsonian Staff 4. Associate Editor. Miss Alex- ander Wilson Court 3, 4, Class Statistician, Best Looking, Most Likely to Succeed. NANCY JEANETTE BRADSHAW HRED TOPE7 Happy, thoughtful, hind, and true, there is no favor she wouldrft do . . . 106 Pine St., Swepsonville, North Carolina . . . FHA Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Eagle Staff 4, Pho- tographer. C. BURKE M CATEQ G. CAVINESS B, CHEEK B. ATKINSON G. BASON. JR. J. BOWMAN N. BRADSHA CAROLYN MARIE BURKE c'CAROL" Modest and Sweet . . . Route 1, Haw River. North Carolina . . . 4-H Club 1, FHA Club 1. 2, 3, 4, Clee Club 3. MARY EVAN CATES "MARY'? Whafs life without some fun? . . . Swepsonville, North Carolina . . . Secretary 1, Vice President 3, Clee Club 3, 4, Marshal 2, 3. Softball 1, 4-H Club 1, 2, 3, Miss Alexander Wilson Court 3, 4. GRADY LINDO CAVINESS HSLIPPERY F11vcERs,' Full of fun and fancy free . . . Route 1, Mebane, North Carolina . . . FFA Club 1, 2, 4, Treasurer, 4-H Club 1, Baseball 2, 3, 4, Football 4, Most Mischievous. BILLY MAYNARD CHEEK UCHEEKH Loyal hearted, strong of mind, a nobler fellow you'll never find . . . Swepsonville, North Carolina . . . Bas- ketball 1, 2, 3, Football 2, 3, 4, 4-H Club 1, 2, Treasurer 2, Marshal 2, Student Council 3, Treasurer, President 4, Baseball 4, Wilsonian Staff 3, Eagle Staff 4, Monogram Club 2, 3, 4, Treasurer, FFA Club 2, 3, 4, Social Council 4, Dramatics 3, Most Popular. .Q.q 5 I I , ,-wt e , ,: .. 1:i- ' . J. CLARK R. COGGINS '-Q' ..... ,.,'-'Q - . I Qgggvswg. Y K ' me 5 g iilfit A so G. COLEY L. COOPER 1 g'GA1L'i LORANDA GAIL COX A loyal companion, an excellent friend, an earnest worker and loyal to the end , . . Route 2, Graham, Nor-th Carolina . . . Dramatics 1, 2, 3. 4-H Club 2, FTA Club 3, Vice President, 4 President, Glee Club 3, 4. Secretary 3, Marshal 3, Chief, Social Council 4, Student Council 4. Cheerleader 3. 4, Chief 4, Monogram Club 3, 4, Wilsonian Staff 3, Assistant Business Manager 4, Business Manager. Basketball 2, Student Librarian 4, Miss Alexander Court 4. Giftorian, Most Popular, Best All-Round. CHARLES MILTON CRAWFORD HCHOO CHoo,' He that is a friend indeed, he will help thee in thy need . . . Route 1, Haw River. North Carolina , , . Bus Drivers' Club 1, 2, 3, 4, FFA Club 1, 2. 4, Monogram Club 4, Friendliest. Basketball, Football 4, Manager. MARGARET ANNE CRAWFORD "RED" The reasons for her popularity and success are not hard to define: she's sincere and friendly with an excellent mind . . . Route 2, Graham, North Carolina . . . 4-H Club 1, Glee Club 3, Cheerleader 3, 4, Monogram Club 3, 4, Bus Drivers' Club 3, 4. FHA Club 1, 2, 3, 4, President 4, FHA Court 3. FHA Queen 4, Wilsonian Staff 3, Associate Editor, 4 Editor-in-Chief, Class His- torian. Most Intellectual, Miss Alexander Wilson 1955. ROBERT HOLT DAVIS 'CDAv1E" I take life as it comes and enjoy it . . . Route 2, Graham, North Carolina . . . FFA Club 1, Secretary 2, 3. FFA 4, 4-H Club 1, Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4, Winner Public Speaking Contest. JIMMY FRANKLIN CLARK HCASANOVA7, Hels not so quiet if you know hirn . . . Route 1, Graham, North Carolina . . . FFA Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Bus Drivers' Club 3, 4, President 2, Treasurer 1. ROBERT VANCE COGGINS CCVANCEH Do your duty, and do it well, what more could anyone ask? . . . Swepsonville, North Carolina . . . Football 2, Monogram 3, Wilsonian Staff 4, Assistant Business Man- ager, Most Intellectual, Most Studious. GLORIA ANN COLEY g',41v1v" Better to be small and shine than to be big and cast a shadow . . . Route 2, Graham, North Carolina . . . FHA 1, 2, 3, Monogram Club 3, 4, 4-H Club 1, 2, 3, Bas- ketball 1, 2, 4, Cheerleader 3, Class Reporter 1, Softball, Dramatics 1, Treasurer, Transfer from Fayetteville High School 4, C0-Captain Basketball. LOUISE SCOTT COOPER NCRAZY LEGSM Politeness is real lfindness, kindly expressed . . . Route 2, Graham, North Carolina . . . 4qH Club 1, 2, Song Leader 3, 4, FTA Club 2, 3, 4, Song Leader, FHA Club 1, Song Leader 2, 3, 4, Basketball 2, 3, 4, Monogram Club 3, 4. L- COX CRAWFORD . ..., . Gr MLCRAWFORD R. DAVIS suv" KENNETH ROWLAND DILKS "sYLVA1v1E" Genius succeeds sometimes, hard work always . . . Route 1, Haw River, North Carolina . . . Football 2, 3, 4, Monogram Club 3, 4, FFA Club 1, 4-H Club 1, Marshal 3, Secretary 2, Wilsonian Staff 4, Snapshot Editor. CARRIE LUCILLE DRAUGHN "oUcK,' Her heart is open as the dayg her feelings all are true . . . Route 1, Graham, North Carolina . . . Treasurer 3, FTA Club 4, Wilsonian Staff 4, Typist Eagle Staff 4, Art Editor, Softball 1, Miss Alexander Wilson Court 3, 4. HUGH JULIUS DUI-'EER KHUEYJ' "Here Comes Cutie" you hear someone say and you lfnow that Huey is coming your way . . . Swepsonville, North Carolina . . . Football 2, 4, Basketball 3, 4, Baseball 2, 3. 4. FFA Club 1, 2, Glee Club 4, Monogram Club 2, 3, 4, 4-H Club 1, Cutest. ROBERT MINTER FARMER "Boom" A good character is long to be remembered . . . Swep- sonville, North Carolina . . . Football 4, Manager, Mon- ogram Club 4, Baseball 4, FFA Club 1, 2, Glee Club 4, 4-H Club 1, 2, Most Talented. 195 L. GRAY W. GUTHRIE B. HANFORD B. HENDERSON Illllllsafigi N., 5933'- K. DILKS C. DRAUGHN ? e me Z' et, tie' 7 R FARMER V..V" 3 ' EEEEER H-DUFFHR Lois JANET GRAY "JAN" Regret no yesterdays, make good use of your todays, and donlt worry about your tomorrows . . . 628 S. Main St., Graham, North Carolina . . . Transfer from Graham 1, Photography Club 1, Secretary, Arts and Craft Club 1, Motion Picture Projection Club 1, Girls' Athletics Club 1, Bible Club, FHA Club 1, 3, 4-H Club 1, 2, 3, Glee Club 3. WILLIAM GILLMORE GUTHRIE '6B1LL" Always happy, never sad, sometimes naughty but never bad . . . 701 S. Main St., Graham, North Carolina . . . Vice President 2, 4, Football 1, 2, Manager, Bus Drivers' Club 3, 4, FFA Club 1, Social Council 4, Eagle Staff 4, Circulation Manager, Monogram Club 2, 3, 4, Marshal 3, Dramatics 2, 3, Prophet 4. BETTIE JUNE HANFORD aJUNEM Let us enjoy pleasure while we can . . . 604 S, Main St., Graham, North Carolina . . . 4-H Club 1, 2, 3, Glee Club 3. 7 BARBARA ANN HENDERSON "BARBARA, Merrily she can laugh and chatter . . . Route 1, Graham, North Carolina . . . FHA Club 1, 2, 3, 4, 4-H Club 1, 2, 3. V Q: . l ." . '52, . N1 J T. HOLT L. ISLEY -V .1 J. JOHNSON D. LIPSCOMB JULIA ELIZABETH LOY HJUDY7, If she ever had an evil thought, she spoke no evil word . . . Route 2, Snow Camp, North Carolina . . . Treasurer 2, Marshal 3, Student Librarian 4, Wilsonian Staff 4, Typist, FTA Club 4, Treasurer, Student Council 4, Sec- retary, Most Studious. SARA FENTON MANN "SARA" Admired by all who know her well, but she gets into mischief too often to tell . . . Route 1, Mebane, North Carolina . . . Vice President 1, Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4, Monogram Club 2, 3, 4, Secretary, 4-H Club 1, 2, Sec- retary 3, 4, Bus Drivers' Club 3, 4, FTA Club 3, FHA Club 1, 2, 3, Vice President, 4 Parliamentarian, Eagle Staff 4, Business Manager, Social Council 4, Class Re- porter l, Dramatics 2, Prompter, Most Mischievous. MARGARET ANN MARSHALL "MAcc:1E,' A cheerful heart, a cheerful smile, a charm of friendship all the while . . . 1010 S. Main St., Graham, North Carolina . . . Treasurer 1, 4, Student Council 2, Marshal 2, 3, Wilsonian Staff 4, Advertising Manager, Eagle Staff 4, Society Editor, FTA Club 4, Miss Alexander Wilson Court 4. PATRICIA ANN MARTIN "PATH She is trae to her word, work and her friends . . . Route 2, Graham, North Carolina . . . FHA Club 1, 2, 3, Song Leader 4, 4-H Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Song Leader and Reporter, County Historian, Glee Club 3, 4, Bus Drivers' Club 4. THOMAS CLENDELL HOLT "cLE1voELL', He put all his troubles in a box, sat on the lid-then smiled . . . Route 1, Graham, North Carolina . . . Bas- ketball 4, FFA Club 1, 4, Vice President 1, 2, Bus Drivers' Club 3, 4. LARRY JOE IsLEY HJOE-J0E,, Life' is not really what comes to as, but what we get from it . . . Swepsonville, North Carolina . . . Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4, Basketball 3. 4, Football 1, 2, 3, 4, FFA Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Sentinel, Monogram Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Eagle Staff 4, Sports Editor. JARVIS EUGENE JOHNSON '5BUcK" A jolly lad, and always sleepy . . . Route 1, Graham, North Carolina . . . Football l, 2, 3, 4, Basketball 2, 3, 4, FFA Club 1, 2, Treasurer, Monogram Club 3, 4, Bus Drivers' Club 3, 4. DORIS ARLENE LIPSCOMB "JUDY,' When hearts are true, few words will do . . . Route 1, Haw River, North Carolina . . . 4-H Club 1, 2, 3, Glee Club 3, 4, Wilsonian Staff 4, Art Editor. J. LOY S. MANN M. MARSHALL P. MARTIN 6 NORMAN EUGENE MIZE HSPEEDYB' As crazy as Dopey, as cute as Duc, as mean as Grumpy, but a good old sock . . . Route 1, Graham, North Caro- lina . . . FFA Club 1, 2, Football 1, 2, 3, 4, Captain, Monogram Club 2, 3, 4, Vice President 4, Glee Club 4. BRASWELL WARNER MOORE "BRAUN A newcomer, but a sure riser . . . 919 Oakely St.. Graham, North Carolina . . . Transfer from Morven High School 4, Glee Club 2, 4. FFA Club 1, Reporter 2, 3, 4, 4-H Club 1, 2, 3, Basketball 1, 2, 3, Baseball 1. COLBURN PERRY OWEN NDICK7, Athletic, witty, and full of fun, he's made a friend of everyone . . . 1002 S. Main St., Graham, North Carolina . . . Football 2, 3, 4, Co-Captain 4, Baseball 2. 3, 4, Basketball 3, 4, Clee Club 4, Monogram Club 1, 2, 3, 4, President 4, FFA Club 1, 2. BOBBY LEVERN PARKER HACEU Doing good is the only certain happy action in a man's life . . . Route 2, Graham, North Carolina . . . Trans- ferred from Walter William High School 3, FFA Club 3, DO 3, Best Dressed. R. PASS R. PHILLIPS B. QUAKENBUSH M. RIDDLE DQQQA N. MIZE B. MOORE is I A a Q 5,2 65 f tl .ig tr , Qeifx ..f..' ., 4, 0 . ... . - A-FEEEE1'-T - f fs g Q Lg. tfijji-jggj ,. ,,,.:,-,ga j.'.2-r:'r-5---1 H 1 C. OWEN , B. PARKER - 'H:f'::l " . . V- . , .1--.-fs., RITA STEELE PASS HSONJI,-1" To love and to be loved is the greatest happiness of existence . . . Box 506, Swepsonville, North Carolina . . . FHA Club 1, 2, Reporter 3, Reporter 4, Historian, Eagle Staff 4, Typist, Glee Club 4, Monogram Club 4, Softball 1, Best Dressed, Miss Alexander Wilson Court 3. ROBERT WOODROW PHILLIPS, JR. HBUDDYH An all-round boy and a very good sport, whether it be in the classroom or on the basketball court . . . Swepson- ville, North Carolina . . . Football 4, Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4, Captain, Baseball 2, 3, Monogram Club 1, 2, 3, 4, FFA Club l, 2, Treasurer, Clee Club 4, Student Council 3, Vice President 3, Giftorian. BENNY HAROLD QUAKENBUSH HBUSHU Not exactly afraid of work, but rather not be intimately associated with it . . . Route 1. Graham, North Carolina . . . 4-H Club 1, 2, FFA Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Reporter. MABELINE RIDDLE "MABEL', She is just what she is, what better report, a girl friend, a good sport . . . Route 1, Mebane, North Carolina . . . 4-H Club 1, 2, FHA Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Reporter, FHA Court 4, Glee Club 3, Monogram Club 2, 3, 4, Bus Drivers' Club 3, 4, Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4, Co-Captain 4, Softball 1, Most Athletic. MARTHA SUE ROBERSON HSUEU Gootl humor is the clear blue slfy of the soul . . . Swepsonville, North Carolina . . . Glee Club 2, 4, FHA Club 1, 2, 3, 4, FTA Club 4. JOANNE SCOTT "Jo" ,4 sweeter girl yozfll never find, always considerate and oh. so hind . . . 652 South Main Street, Graham, North Carolina . . . 4-H Club 1, FHA Club 1, 2, 3, 4, FHA Court 3. Clee Club 3. Softball 1, Miss Alexander Wilson Court 1. ALMA EUDELL SHARPE :cDELLn A smile for all she meets, a charm to make each memory sweet . . . Route 1, Graham, North Carolina . . . FTA Club 3, 4, FHA Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Secretary, Glee Club 4, 4-H Club 2, Reporter 3, 4, Vice President 4, Bus Drivers' Club 3, 4, Softball 1, Eagle Staff 4, Miss Alexander Wilson Court 4, Class Poet, JOHN RUFFIN TINGEN c'LUKEY" Take life too seriously and what is it worth . , . Route 2. Graham, North Carolina . . . FFA Club 1, 2, 3, Vice President 3. 4, President 4, Monogram Club 2. 4, Football 1, 2, 3, 4, Wilsonian Staff 4, Sports Editor. 4-H Club l. 2, 3, Best Looking. S. WELLS S. WHITTEMORE The Long Awaited Arrival! M. ROBERSON J, SCOTT X QHARPE J TINGEN SARA LANE WELLS HSARAN One goorl friend is better than all the jewels of the earth . . . Route 1, Haw River, North Carolina . . . Eagle Staff 4, Advertising Manager 4, Reporter 2, Stu- dent Council 3, Secretary, Glee Club 4. Secretary. FTA Club 4, Secretary, Class Testator, Friendliest, Most Tal- ented. SANDRA JANE WHITTEMORE "sANDY', just as cute as she can be, kind, friendly, and carefree . . . P. O. Box 402, Graham, North Carolina . . . Secretary 2, Clee Club 4. FTA Club 4, Reporter, FHA Club 1, 2, 4, 4-H Club 2, Cutest. ta. f- -, or? . 'M-.A,l.' lt's a Blue Stone! Q History Twelve long years ago we, sixty-six bright eyed boys and girls, under the guidance of Mrs. Vance Garrett and Miss Carolyn Crowell, began a most exciting phase of our lives, obtaining an educa- tion. We were thrilled at the thoughts of the many good times we were to have and we soon felt'that our little heads were beginning to swell with knowledge. As our first year came to a close, we could look back and recall the many friends we had made and the wonderful guidance and counseling our teachers had given us. Before we realized it, we were eighth graders and anxiously awaiting graduation. Many students had joined us in previous years and our group had increased considerably. To us the memory will always linger of the night when we, dressed in white, marched down the long auditorium aisle to receive our eighth grade certificates. In the fall of '51 a group of sixty-nine uncertain students began their long journey through high school as freshmen. Mrs. S. C. Burke and Mr. Rufus Abernathy were chosen to guide us and keep us from straying from our path. We chose Billie Ann Atkinson and Barbara Justice as lead- ers of Section I and Section A, respectively, Sara Mann and Marco Mora, assistants: Rebecca Hedgepeth and Mary Cates, recorders, and Jimmy Clark and Margaret Marshall, accountants. Judy Bowman and Margaret Crawford represented us in the Student Council. We returned in September 1952, after a sum- mer's rest, ready to resume our studies. Mrs. Robert Scott and Mr. Rufus Abernathy were our advisors. Jimmy Clark and Marco Mora were elected Presidents, Bill Guthrie and Clendell Holt, Vice Presidents, Sandra Whittemore and Kenneth Dilks, Secretaries, and Judy Loy and Billy Cheek, Treasurers. Margaret Marshall and George Bason were sent to the Student Council. ln May we faced regents for the second time, and after some worry, we managed to pass them. We were then ready to 'enjoy a long awaited vacation. We came back to school in 1953 as a combined group of Juniors, realizing we had a big year ahead of us. This year we had Mrs. G. B. Robbins as our advisor. Recognizing the importance of capable leaders, we chose Judy Bowman, Presi- dent, Mary Cates, Vice President, Gail Cox, Sec- retary, and Lucille Draughn, Treasurer. To rep- resent us in Student Council we chose Buddy Phillips, Billy Cheek. and Sara Lane Wells. We had the thrill of choosing our class rings, class colors, and our motto. Our rings possessed blue stones and a mount which featured the book of knowledge and service on one side and the North Carolina seal on the other. ln May the long awaited Junior-Senior banquet took place at the Alamance Hotel. For the theme we chose L'Maytime." The tables were decorated with small white picket fences on which were perched tiny bird houses and various types of birds. Each table was centered with a miniature maypole with the streamers leading to the individual places where favors of little birds and candy eggs were found. With eager anticipation, we assembled for our final year in 1954. As class officers for the last time we elected George Bason, President, Bill Guthrie, Vice President, Billie A11n Atkinson, Secretary, and Margaret Marshall, Treasurer. Billy Cheek. Gail Cox, and Judy Loy represented us in Student Council, with Billy as President and Judy as Secretary. We began the tremendous task of producing the Wilsonian. Margaret Crawford was selected Editor-in-Chief of this project. With our eyes toward graduation, we chose Candy Phillips and Therman Clark as our mascots. Another event which we are looking forward to is our trip to Washington, D.C. We are ex- tremely anxious to visit the many historical places and to learn more about how our government operates. We leave our high school days behind, our motto, 6'Not at the Top, But Climbing" uppermost in our minds. Although each of us goes his own way, we will often think fondly of one another and of our memorable experiences at Alexander Wilson High. MARGARET ANNE CRAWFORD Class Historian iii. 58 f ua: it ,Q Universal Language of Mankind Gladness of heart is the life of man, and the joyfulness of a man prolongeth his days. if ka ' A 7 ,. We I ? ,,,L,.i ,-. q.- -NL- C655 JOHN ALVIS WEBSTER ..7,..... NANCY CARROLL WEBSTER Webster, Caviness, Hunter, Webster Ojgbers CRATHA MAE CAVINESS ....,,e,., THOMAS GILES HUNTER ....., President Vice President Secretary Treasurer Fred Ernest Abercrombie Evelyn Mae Allen N Fay Dean Ashe Jack Kenneth Barns Patsy Grey Carden Virginia Lou Carden Jean Carolyn Cates Gratha Mae Caviness 51 ,f r 'Q Z' rf sn 2 6 1 r IQ' I sa' I Q x I wyvf 'UN Mtyt . . ,- . 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Pupils are afforded an opportunity, through social studies. to re-discover the past and seek to understand and appreciate their heritage: unravel the present and seek to understand their world of peopleg and final- ly, live and work with others in an effort to make this a better world. yy ,t,,, ,Z 1 fl , ' 4 ff ,Q 2, Jf ,if ,wfajrg 0. w 15, .,' lR. ,f5 E ft- "iff ..... fe' If JUNIOR SPONSORS Zim m -vvwwv' "Seeking the path to a man's heart" A wise man Ls strong yea a man o knowledge zncreaseth strength Q SECTION I www 8: O 0 ID O I4 Q Reynolds RICE Wllllams Brown Parls Brady Wagoner Scott Gfzss O!jQCQI'S DUKE BRYANT PARIS ......,,,.....,,,,,,........,,,,,...,..... President MARY ELLEN BROWN ,7.,......,...,,,..,,.........,, Vice President NANCY JANE SCOTT ,,,,..,,...,,,,,,..,,.......,,..,,,,,,,,,... Secretary KENNETH WAYNE WILLIAMS .,.,,.........,.,,,,,,,,,, Treasurer SECTION A FREDDIE BRAXTON RICE ,...,,.........,.,..........,,.... President DOROTHY ELLEN WAGONER .............,,,., Vice President PATRICIA ANN BRADY ..,,,.,...I..,,..,........,......,...,.. Secretary LONNIE CLAYTON REYNOLDS .,.,,..........,..,,,.., Treasurer Norman Sammy Allen Sarah Belch William Larry Bolden Patricia Ann Brady Mary Ellen Brown James Delmar Burgess Larry Rudolph Chappell Marvin Lee Coble Mervin Dale Coble Glenda Ann Cole Mary Alice Crawford 3... ..,,,., Ronnie 1811165 Crutchfield 76 as s M a , 5 5? ' . -3 2 1 , 1 5' ua- ' an ,, , , mug ,f Eff ' 'Z P- .. V I ' Kg 1-sg? ., , i asv 2 A W 55,9 1 , A ' K Bobby lene Davis Jerry Benton Davis Clara ,lean Dodson Howard Hugh Doss ,lo Ann Dunn Glenda Lane Hall Audrey Kay Henderson Mary Louise Henderson Margaret Marie Holt Reba ,loyce Hubbard ,lames Thomas Isley Margaret Jane Landis Johnnie Elizabeth Lipscomb Andy Baxter McPherson James Harold McPherson William King McPherson ,MH ,, .,,. V N. Nas"--.:t.i' My I, ,U .V age : Aim 'Xa 'g 6 .+ li Q at H it X J f - - , 1, ,z P-t :sa ff- ' 1 is "" ,,.. ,.., - " ':':"3C . ' ' , Ii Y wi:-zwoixce. '-lawn-I-' avrklzf- if . -wx 'S' 40- S X X X X . ,VM r-5 1 let Tommy Wilson White Kenneth Wayne Williams Neal McKennely Williams Richard Moody Shelby ,lean Murchison John Allen Murray Don Noah Duke Bryant Paris Lonnie Clayton Reynolds Freddie Braxton Rice James Gray Scarlett Nancy ,lane Scott .layne Inez Shaw Sonny Simmons Shelba Taylor Dorothy Ellen Wagoner Donald Leroy Walton Robert Webster -95231. 'K :iii "P 5-5' -- -. .:ig:..f" Y ' ' Q . Q, Solving the "Queen of the Sciences," mathe- matics, which plays an important part in the work of every science as well as in our daily lives. Science makes possible our atomic age by the discovery of another world through such ap- paratus as the microscope and test tube and through experimentation. i ,e,. N 1 .Q . vu SOPHOMORE SPONSORS Front left to right Mann Allen Barrett. Standlng Thompson Allen Jusuce Owen Bason. CASS President President Secretary Treasurer iw Y ,4'2'9" Janet Catherine Crawford Faye M. Davis James Lee Enoch Ruby Carolyn Farrell Wanda Marie Farrell Robert Cornelious Fitts Anne Frances Foster Billy Lenoir Frazier Bobby Wayne Closson Billy Eugene GUIHITI Martha Jane Guthrie Janice Odette Holt Billy lngold Curtis Clinton Isley Donald Ray Isley Donald Dean Johnston Linda Patricia Justice Ronald Thomas Lashley Alton S. Mann Betty Jean Marshall Mardean Everett Allen Sylvia Jean Bailey Ronald Wade Allen Darrell Barrett Bennie Gene Barrett Karon Fay Bason Judy Leigh Brady Betty Jane Carden Eunice Elizabeth Clapp Ronald Charles Clapp Marilyn Jeanette Coble J. A. Coble Judy Mae Cook Emma Marie Crawford James Allen Crawford 1- 5 Q - vm' bl .., , Bernard Alfred McPherson Carol Eunice McVey Robert Howard Moore Reggie Beam Owen Peggy Maxine Pass Nancy Carolyn Quakenbush Fred Eugene Saunders Martha Jane Schronce Joseph Douglas Scott Norman Sid Smith Dewey Robert Stone Nancy Burke Thompson Patsy Marie Wagner Callie Viola Ward George Randolph Webster NY X 1, Q x B , . Q- ea. x -X ' A -' ' e X "1 N , H W , - ra, 'fs - SFR' WL" at 1 , A 12:1 ,, ' J ' ' ' ' 1 ' ., XM . X ,f . E . ,Q is if W , 2 N. 5' a x Q X Q x R t -L , ,SQ ' 5 ,Gram ,,2. a Carolyn Faye Whitesell f Not pictured: p Bennie Rowland '-i--i sun' FRESHMAN SPONSORS gpm, 'vm Studying health that they might fit , , ' themselves mentally and physically for L' Qs., a long and useful life. Learning to read, write and speak cor- rectly through interesting media. -,R 'Wx ii 9L, NOON MQW i??Q?F . . M ost M zschzevous SARA MANN fo Q31 Q GRADY CAVINESS Ai X --If, V1 W -w .1 Most Popular BILLY CHEEK uurzi w ikie 'We QQSL star Most Athletic MABELINE RIDDLE C. P. OWEN gf ffev Most Lzkely to Succeed Moat Popular GAIL COX ky Most Sziudzous JUDY LOY VANCE COCCINS MAJ Cutest SANDRA WHITTEMORE HUGH DUFFER .Q-Q Best Looking JUDY BOWAIAN JOHN TINGEN .L ' ' NX' Most lntellectzm , VANCE COGGINS N E 14ml -df-Q fy A A MARGARET A NNE CRAWFORD I Frienflliest l f SARA LANE WELLS .5 ,fi CHARLES CRAWFORD bnbn id , v In M Best Dresffd C. M """R A,,:E A 4' A BOBBY PARKER A A X ALVR x,., R' A X' , , A,,A A i ' ' M, A I K 'ug' J . .V 1 ,,,1, 'R 4 I jk -.,,-B . 'illnngf Best All-Round GAIL COX GEORGE BASON Most Talented SARA LANE WELLS BOBBY FARMER 'N SENIOR CLASS POEM As our high school days are outward sweeping, Menfries through our minds are often creeping. Four long years ago through the portals wide We walked bewildered, but with newness of strideg Exciting years filled with study, work and playg Priceless friendships-these we'll hold dear always- Our high school days now come to an end. With confidence our future way we'll wend, Ever grateful for experiences had here, Our love for Alexander Wilson grows more dear. EUDELL SHARPE Class Poet mumdi ww? ZQALNMVPMQJ ""'f'f-wig, yfw, m.1w,,,M0,,,.,, J?f3.,..,.,,w mwdmwwm umm f.f.wWQMi-za, W., "d'M4QM9m,vM5wf'-fl JW-,-WMLQYO. M 1:.ff-2,gl.,mf:..'Jr. J fm. .x.w,e,gn QMEQQQWQWQMQLWLQMLJQQSQAQ am Q.AUa0N-Q0-4-U. QU M, A by 'W mmomfw 'Q'R01+l-J UQ-og flow-if Jag' csb-0TJh.0wd"' B'f+i1?M91wQ W , Wwjgwlfww 5 ,WW cfivifiesigiif MWA Wi? gooof Gzfziensfzp Goan czf Six 25? 3, Q Wy s, l V ,. , 5. i ,J , we N in f' ,J .LK as "K lf B if .,...--f f-1 W- - - .-..- , ,,,,,,x,,,,,.a. - --N , -f' Waszarfaar: .12-V :1:1i-X-kf1:1:2:fg,"'1:gp... . V- - f:2Sr-ess'-r' " OFFICERS-Billy Cheek, Presidentg Jackie Barns, Vice Presidentg Judy Loy. Secretaryg Sammy Allen. Treasurer. C. B. Robbins, Advisor. The Good Citizenship Council has a membership of ten pupils, representatives elected from the various home room groups of the school. It meets each Tuesday to plan and promote projects for school improvement. was sv. 2. if A if' ,, of yt ' i J A V K '. I si F lr-Q ZUIKOJQIGIQ cgfqfff Seated, left to right: Judy Loy, Lucille Draughn, Typistg Delmar McAdams, Associate Editorg Mar- garet Crawford, Editor-in-Chiefg Judy Bowman. Associate Editorg Gail Cox, Business Manager. Standing: Mrs. Robbins. Sponsor: Vance Coggins. Assistant Business Manager. me-2 time N if ' , ,f-. . ' ff i X, 1' ML OCIG COUIQCI The Social Council was organized this year. It consists of representatives of each high school home room and two faculty sponsors. Mrs. Robert Scott and Klrs. James Rich. The council has organized "school parties" to replace numerous class parties. These have been held in the gym and were well attended and fulfilled a need felt in the school. gif! 'A l'-'J 'U 'W Uv V547 lf! mwspaper QSM? Seated, left to right: McAdams. Draughn, Webster, Associate Editorg Barnes. Editor-in-Chiefg Pass, Cheek. Standing: Hunter. Caviness, Marshall, Bowman, Isley, Wells, Mann. Guthrie. Miss Cash- well, Advisor. ' I yRpdlTS'AldfSA The school Marshals are elected from the all-around top ranking members of the Sopho- more and Junior classes. There are six Jun- iors and four Sophomores. lVlrs. Burke, . ,, is - 1 , ' w i E3 W e f :fx l Advisor' 'wx . Xxx one 1 fe llllll 1 N' YQ 125 :.- . .... -..'- '2" I -i ll? 4-' 1 ....,,. 5 .-, .ff I il: E l' f , , ,s Q, ,,Q H ,,, riff 4 A f 1" i Q Sealed, left to right: Jean Carolyn Cates. Clara Jean if fx DELM25. TCADAMS Dodson, Mary Ellen Brown. Standing: Johnnie Lea H V: le Roberson, Delmar Burgess, Ella Rae J ustice, Delmar 'll"'l ' A HA: :,, 2 'zz lzll :f'f5 ? . r McAdams, Gralha Mae Caviness. Duke Paris, Patri- W ' cia Johnson. 1 Any high school girl may be a member of the FHA Club. Left to right: Crawford, President, Cates, Vice President, Sharpe, Secretaryg Bowman, Treasurerg Pass, Historian, Mann, Parliamentariang Riddle, Reporter, Cooper, Song Leader. Mrs. Rich, Advisor. G5 Q 9146 G OQFS The seven Cheerleaders are elected by pop- ular vote of the Student Body. To be eligible for this position contestants must qualify according to standards set up by the Good Citizenship Council. - bti-i , A GAIL lr 9 Cl ACOX ' A 3 f' I X35 Left to right: Deanna Coble, Gail Cox, Kay Hender He! ' ' in son. Margaret Crawford. Evelyn Allen, Ella Rae Jus Al '."' llCt'. C-wk. The membership of the Monogram Club is made up of "good sports" who have been awarded letters for meritorious participation in athletics. Cheerleaders are mem- bers also. The coaches serve as sponsors of the club. OFFICERS-C. P. Owen. Presidentg Norman Mize, Vice Presidentg Jean Carolyn Cates, Secre- tary: Billy Cheek, Treasurer. OFFICERS Call Cox President Nancy Scott Vxce Presxdent Sara Lane Welle Secretary Judy Loy Treaaurer Judy Bowman Parhamentarlan Mary Ellen Brown Hlstorlan LOUISE Cooper gon Leader Mre Robbmq Advleor The Qpeclal project of the club for thla year hae been that of 3SS1SlQ1I'lg ln the llbrary is 9-- .- cw- . OHIC FRS Bllllc Ann Atkinson Pre-ardent 'Sara Lane Well Secretary Hubh D052 Treasurer Mra Htrman Denny Dlrcctur. Mr Miller AdVlSfll' The most outwtandmg pI0gI'3l1l of the year was the Cl1Il'wtI1l2':lS Cantata preaented IH Sm PPC-0I1VlllG lVleth0d1stChu1cl1 V' wx-ww g 'www N News X, KX I-s ji X-X u, ' -Q 1-:if , - - X . - 5 55 N,,::::s2X-.- it. X. xx N X - 1 'Q' 2 'wx iw , Six , Q, rf 'N N S ' v r A :re Bowman scores over Haw River! SHELBY FARRELL Captain 924 57 J asfefgaf lVluch interest in basketball is manifested among the girls. Emphasis is placed upon good sportsmanship. friendliness, team work, and playing the game hard not only for the pleasure of winning but for the love of the sport. MABELINE RIDDLE Co-Captain LONG-Coach Reading, left to right: Cates. Bowman. Farrell, Riddle, Cooper, Webster, Managerg J. Farrell, Mann, Williams, P. Farrell. Henderson, Dodson. Brown, Long, Coachg Quakenbush, Justice, Schronce. Dunn. Scott. Wagoner. 0 57 rgasfefgaf The Eagles have displayed a good brand of basketball throughout the season, but due to inconsistency in playing have lost a few games by narrow margins. RUFUS H. ABERNATHY Coach BUDDY PHILLIPS Caplain Buddy hits again! Reading, left to right: Duffer, Phillips, Owen, Williams, Truitt. Holt, johnson, Wood, Johnston. Managerg Crutchfield, Isley, Abernathy, Coach. 13 .J ,14 I E 6 1 I i FN' J. E. JOHNSON HUGH DUFFER LARRY ISLEY C. P. OWEN The C. P. Thompson Gymnasium and its sur- rounding playground afford boys and girls of Alex- ander Wilson the opportunity to participate in a program of physical education and various sports. From these activities pupils gain a better insight as to the ideals of fair play. The gym is being used effectively by the entire student body of 1,020 pu- pils and 38 teachers. The school parties of the year have been held in it. Various organizations of the community have also had access to it for such occa- sions as harvest festivals, all-star basketball team practice and games, Parent-Teacher meetings, and demonstrations by college gymnastic teams. BUDDY PHILLIPS CLENDELL HOLT 91 HERMAN CRAWFORD RONNIE CRUTCHFIELD JUNIOR WOOD KENNETH WILLIAMS V V x ...,M.4., , 1 Im- V. V V a - 'f3::3'fffV. ' I . 1-1,5-Q ' ., f Y 4- V V . X -- '..:VV.f2..,,V-VV-.- X "'- - -we-as Vg V r V ug , V A ij... . V k I 1V.f V. " fu-,,...7' ' A F .. 4 " - 'V 1: . VL. 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V A -zwzfc:'.-:Va--,ur-sz? 1- V--:1::r.:VVVVze? -vm-V-. - ...VT-'-f"??f -H' , - fir.--1 A f VMVV IPSKQQQQ., V f 1 .1 YfV,V4,9V-.,i51'-'Mp V, 1. .. - . g3'ir.Vig-"1-ENVQL5-V E51 ..g1--'.-gmc. .' 1:3 1f1V1::.:1 rs-A-z'-Qi'-V . armxxp ..ne'E:iL-:y.2.T. - GEQRGE BASON HUGH DUFFER LARRY JOE ISLEY ooffaf J. E. JOHNSON 8 4 3 ' E Q1 " , w Q X r K ' ' N" me - ,Q . W' :rf 1,- xr i an ' 1: bl 4' ' -31s Lf' 4 ' in 7 I F i I K ' 1' ' I , ,gan Xt x ,, ' H, 1 1' . .M I sw f 5 sv f R' I W I 5 A. , tj v .QR V.-. ,ui , I -I . ,Q A I fi i ,I ,,,,. Niitnigfv., r" if .r'1'N' -I I . . I az. 1 il! 'f J. awahw- if fa J Left to right: Isley, Owen, Phillip Crutchfield, Crawford, Smith. T was made. LINE UP PITCHERS ...r.... CATCHERS rrrrr,rr,, FIRST BASE iiir...rr.rr SECOND BASE THIRD BASE ..,... LEFT FIELD ,..,...,,....., CENTER FIELD .,..,... RIGHT FIELD ,.,,.,I, P. HITTER ,,....,..,, SHORTSTOP .,.r.., s, Duffer, Dilks, Davis, McPherson, Carden, McAdams, Manager, he seniors of the 1954 class were not present when the picture fKdSQ6df Smith, Isley, Crutchfield Clapp, Isley, Farmer Phillips Duffer Farmer, Payne Scarlett, Isley Crawford Curtis, B. Davis R. Davis Owen COACH ABERNATHY MARY ANN P. MQVEY Valerlieloriarz 1954 MRS. S. C. BURKE 25 Years Service in Alexander Wilson School X050 75 M50 ,.l,u NANCY D. DODSON Salutatorian 1954 M35 Sharpe, Cox. Crawford Roberson. KENT MANN Best All-ROIUIII Boy 1954 f.i. 1 Hin' 77Q.Xan 06214 ZQIAOI2 Gonfesfan fs I 3HLlE.i'm.mwx"5 E23E:v k'14BAn" - Marshall, Cooper, Farrell, M. Cates, P. Farrell, Draughn. Bowman. Cohle. REBECCA BROWN Best All-Round Girl 1954 MACK PAYNE Best Girl Atlzlete 1954 Best Boy Allllete 1954 ml, S ?1 ,A 5 www - f k hill 1 idwfg .J 93 m 1. if 3 X Z X. r f ,4w..., , , N A Q F532 2833 Lest ye orget the beauty sprzng brings to the campus. 55:5 . "" f .3-ga : gs,-Q-:" L K 3 I' gf. -F J I 1 1- -ig , Ar- I .P 'E km.,-I:NgN+-f.p1.-,2,.'.N--1.1: . X w., figymkx-.f,,k.Q:-:-,ff , I - - . I Q- . -It . : - - . -. . I -.-,' Q-New M. A vu I A ., ' I eeee. .. A. 1 I A I 51-I., 1, A 'Nix 34511 " . a . 1 5 . , -: Ei- W- -5' I A '.e-A I- ,, - - I . ,. I - f - f A f -I Z t ...,., f 5, - . .. I E: , x l .ci , , ' NT? -' 5. . , Qamhax I-r Q ' ,..f- -- N, -5 YH ' -M X N , , ' ,K 'A ':5:r:3:1 :.,,, X , - - 'I 'A-' , . : J M. ff - I . - 'N ' 3 215 , . A .3 . V - 9. : - EN, -- Y Z. Q-x -1 - I , -A A -X ' ' " f is ' a Q Sa A A Q I A X' - :,,::' .,., -:5::s.: "LSP nf.-.:.:g.:i:1.,.-' Q., A' L ""' NNN I LANDON MULLIS ' ' -"- I-T7 1652 X' al 1 ww.-. - A , .. N L21 1 'C .A-A' I 1 Q ' 4b ",' f-.1 1. i 'e.. Ii.i.,2TQQgi If ' A A ff ,':LeL gf 5 I 3 X i X Xt . Q x X XX MRS I X b X Q x X w 2 , H ifi Y 'N NSPS .- M-'X' ST vi BOBBY BROWN QW' f'?.nikfff9:.x ,ilk-f-1-hu-W' PATRICIA COUTURIER MRS. N. N. FLEMING JAMES ROGERS '-3 I F I Cafeteria Manager 2 V f A pd ,Qe NNI .Ne ,u,.v- I ii rg? '25 I ,, Li :sw : V' X w' x ' -2: - . -5X I -I Ir ' :si 'X 2: :K 'Ni X N. L3 N X. I -'W' 3 ,,,: Tv Af: 'A X. vi- I ' Q35 -. .I A R . . x I M 'vw' , 5 , : -A 'E Y-gm,-if I E. IR I A ' I RJ S5 . ANNIE, MAGGIE, WILLIAM CAFETERIA PERSONNEL , 4 17: . ,wk -3. .M , "YT. QM 'T wJJJJA'MQflJiD ' ' , ,J "Q LLf,lf.f1 . X MJXNXLL, NfL'XyiyfQxLUX! ,LW Q QJUQ ' M QQQLD Tj 3 Vu QQQUUJX . QXMW . 9 Tai ima CXWZO , ' JU k is AJ U F W LMLM CLLXD W giwg fg,4Lv1,g,,gf J ' J . y fm 'ZQQZW fa fgifilifwwff f 3 VAT ff'LZ. , . . , .x L fj'f -Cjfvfwefnfnall + 7 .f W X 1 ff., find j,,0"- 54, v W! "fi iLy9qJ?. -,.JA3af Mfdgwp J X' V ""' Y , K.' . , . J.,,J Ju . 1 . ,A V ,Kms ers dvertis -74 k 1' A 'fffn-J Aiwa L ,LM , A44 cl il...'-my-..f gmmlvbq V'4f,4,, Q, i . "S-Q4-"-flfL,,7,,,,.Q,, US, 1 ,A-.4 r,kk-AJ.. - Q I " " "- L-4,4 ...M- A Q 5 VI H F '17 W ' gk. ' AN:,+.1 ' , W. jp fd of ' I fy ' ffl ' M Ll I V 0 0 f af Zatutcaue x Wflfy ,flu DAIRY Plgggnljim jjww , P' I . L M i 14 1 - li . JY! - if ...g1" ,,.u ,,.. -, M N ,gil W 0 ,mb Q11 A - . ara. .1-- 54 llifflf fb ' ! Q 1 , fl ,lj 'gf ff Jill B B3 7 ll ffl MELvl.UnQg,fH,f,lRY'l L ,ffl - NKJV, il 4 no J f I, ri Wvhlfgl rs If "Alamance Coun'ry's Only Local, lnilependenl' Dairy" L .S 5 l lvl la -big A - ,ff QP M if L' AMBULANCE ll ull ' 'f ,YGRAHAMJ if il,HlARQLvsoARE,,,co., mc. 'ffl Serqcb 5l41afi Salisfies si lg Pl, J X jluqwlf. I' Since I903K JNL .V i A-1 4 I ' lxwlxl ff' Ehoqa -11' ,, fi r' LQRAHAM, N. c. -:-"' J l" wr! . 'xiii - Q: ,wa l A NITE f ' , 3' ,g,,,,,y+MccLuRE FUNERAL HOME l4I S. Main Sfreei' ESSO SERVICE GRAHAM, N. c. Opposife Posl Office Dial l27lI GRAHAM, N. C. 605 Webb Avenue BURLINGTON, N. C. Dial 7488 fax 792-fa. ulliss -- A-i Q . 6 J V I ' I J .nfl fLiLf.Y,4 'LJ 1 QHJAJJ- . 'af f',.-."..'A A Q fs or , bw f , fr K gkgwe-XQZWQWWS OA "Soi'n1ei'l1img froin' Hadley's f,gf1i,,1 ff' Zwl ff l0sameu1ang5sp6eraw.' ripe! X QVXA, ,121 5, ,, ii A I,-' ,." Q f-"J A fy, " 4.9. ' so - I ar .in-'i ' -4- ' I J ig .L 1 Complimenfs of A THE NATIONAL BANK FRANK5 -'EWE'-RY ' OF ALAMANCE Wa'l'cl1es and Diamonds GRAHAM N C Wedding and Graduaiion Gif'l's Member of Federal Deposif LA'3'FNl+PL':N Insurance Corporaiion Grailamalg Ie Serving fhe Communify PHONE' 6-4155? Since I899 lx i I "App ,I . fl Y'-7 ,w"a'f '- Af f-of of - 'll 4 ,. till , .-fiji.-, fs iw-N gb i 4 QA . if A1 HARCOURT 8. co, t Incorporated Manufacfuring S'l'a'I'ioners - Engravers - Jewelers W Louisville, Ky. g Wil? low-es I 'Jn ,QW QLVVJ- W l'L4!V"D- llifgfis- l'l'Q""'e' yi Ziff! ig I: X. lay!!! ff' ' lynx i V 1 10 fend wwe W U M Zazuzwm My llfywfw DAIRY Pgwklyfffflgy U L:-A -a , aw W iff' 0 ,fm A3-fi,-L4 jnK1 - n mmD,u, . W E .1., 1 XM ,,v"' J' E .-H XIFJF- il' flff ,JJ 7! rfb' IU V Y MW I ll 3' Wm fljfzl B 1 fl' , ,ifv ,, MELvl.lJlf2,vUf,lRYW ,,ff"fll Wllvfw if 'MN f ll Wll f L "Alamance Coun+y's Only Local, lndependenl' Dairy" , 5 'L . ,Y lvlxl -'A ,XIV Q D A ' w' 5' L Q AMBULANCE . ll Um ' NGRAHAUM I mf! L Mx,SuggARQ,vyx0ARE,fCo., INC. wr Af' gee-ygag 411a+lsa+aqieS lg N ' l J' since 1903 ll X. I f Y l ' X if f i, f f A ' 4 I if lx, lx ," Bhoqa ,l ll' LQRAHAM, N. c. 'wh 'L V 1 N 'TE l l I X l RUSSELL THOMPSON ESSO SERVICE Opposife Posl' Office GRAHAM, N. C. L 5 ,H dy 4- McCLURE FUNERAL HOME l4I S. Main Sfreel GRAHAM, N. C. Dial l27I l 605 Webb Avenue BURLINGTON, N. C. Dial 7488 M5744 fr! Ju, M, ,,,. w as-0 3 J Y ,I Q. U g ':""Ji "1 -f' - 55, 1 - 4 J iff A I fr, .gif J Q NJ Kev! J' J I 5 I ff-'-,. .-"1 'f A Q l C9 ,aa . ff if A g,g,,, or .43 ff '7 f c, 'il Ac fbagpxlwewwlog "somef+h+fgg froih' Hadley's.!gLgiJ1 fr Awjll QS' Is4S6i'le4l1ing5,SLp6e?alP' . ' f'SZioa,,f 1 QVYV ., ,, A lf! ,, 3 G " -or --ff , .9 I - "s,,-,J ' .gf o-ggi , we 4.- A ,J AL if Complimen+s of in V, THE NATIONAL BANK FRANK5 JEWELRY ' OF ALAMANCE Vlhafches and Diamonds . GRAHAM N. C. Wedding and Graduahong Glfis Member of Federal Deposii LATNZAFN-Q+PL'iN Insurance Corporalion Graimmall gee Serving 'Phe Communi+y PHONE' 6-1455? Since I899 D wwf jf,,..., c, - cf, ,fig F arf ,gg it w ' N, V' Ll. 4. 5,1 , if 1 fisigdr' fr, glfii V ff- lll U , e'fiA'V1 rfb .Ig lv- 4 "gym ' F-'I ' '-1 HARCOURT 8. co. l Incorporated Manufacluring S+a1'ioners - Engravers - Jewelers W l Louisville, Ky. , mlgfi r AALJZZVJWMLW Amd! I ,Wm JM 2,0 A AMY! 1 -C 7M mme. bmw. levi' 7' LW! My 1:1If',' fi 9 ' ' 'L , CAROLINA DRUG COMPANY YOUR FRIENDLY STORE Rendering a Broader HeaI+h Service 'ro 'Ihe Commumfy for PHONE 3 6000 Years MEBANE N C WHITE S FLOWER AND GIFT SHOP Flowers for All Occasions CORSAGES AND SPRAYS IOII Sou+h M S+ GRAHAM N C H BOWMAN STORE General Merchandise Fresh Mears and Counfry Produce GRAHAM N C Phone 6 7659 KEN ISLEY GROCERY Phone 9982 SWEPSONVILLE N C R A MOORE Grocerles Mears Fresh Meafs Fresh Vegerables Frozen Foods Service Thai' Safsfles PHONE 6-3292 Graham Nor+h Caroluna nfmf HOUSEHOLD APPLIANCES CECIL E. MOSER W Elm S'Iree'I Home Appliance and Furnl+ure S'Iore BeHer Produc+s for Happier Llvlng SERVICE BEYOND THE SALE TELEPHONE 6-9074 Graham N. C ...Compliments of .gmwuh JAROSZ HOSIERY MILL GRADY HENDERSON A. D. PATE 8: COMPANY Well Drilling Producers of OuaIi+y PRINTING siNcE woe Graham' N' C" RI' I PHONE 6-9573 PI1o'rograpI1s Taken by MELVILLE CHEVROLET CO., INC. WILLIAM LYNCH STUDIOS Sales Service ' Dial 452I MEBANE. NORTH CAROLINA PHONE 3-285' MEBANE, N. C. Comp imenI's of POOLE'S FROZEN 8: CANNED FOODS Burner, N. C. Durham, N. C. Rocky Moun'I', N. C. W 1 Phone 6-5638 GRAHAM SAVINGS 81 LOAN ASSN. SINCE 1904 Nu'v09ue "Here-Where Your Savings Hosiery IHC. Grow FasI'er" . S A. c. MOTSINGER P. o. Box sae Secrefary-Treasurer Manufadurers of GRAHAM' N, C, I 45-sl-so GAUGE FULL FASHIONED HOSIERY Shop ai' COLEMAN'S DEPT. STORE Qualify Merchandise 'for Family and Home I07 EAST CENTER STREET Mebane, N. C. Graham NorI'h Carolina W. G. KING, SR., Manager We Carry a Complefe Line of A+hIeI'ic Equipmenf for Bo+h Team and Individual Player. "IT PAYS TO PLAY" Coble Spor+ing Goods Co. GREENSBORO. N. C. MEET THE CROWD AT JAKE'S Specializes in Ho+ Dogs and Barbecue T. -5 ws , d , + COMMUNITY SERVICE STATION so mg an 'slug JAKE'S GRILL Highway 54 Two Miles Easf of Graham C. E. MOORE, Operaior 627 Easf Davis Sfreei' Burlingfon, Norfh Carolina PHONE 6-327I I . -.. R 3 fi..- I f A-A rf! Hx 5 .wx ,I A 'li I .ffl ' ' .. ' I ' I ,N 3-fy 09 I' he-I1..'LJ V' X I I ., Tu ,AAI-a J 1 -k Q I . .- 9' . J rg S .g .. ing, I :fjgg J Qom'pIih'IeT1'I's N Y RIC A HOMPSON J I., Jofy Q f x Furnifure and Appliances RUGHSXRAQIG if DIAL 6-4202 "AND I X K I . . Rf A I G'a"a"" N C GRAHAM DRY EELEANERS I -, If I , I fl 'f G Congra+uIaIigns , if RAHAM and Fl! SQDA SHQP Bea washes I On Square, Graham KODAKS-FILM-DEVELOPING FLASH BULBS GREENE FUEL, GAS COMPANY of NORTH CAROLINA, INC. Graham, Norih CaroIina Cusfard Cup HOMEMADE ICE CREAM HAMBURGERS, HOT DOGS BAR-B-Q, FOUNTAIN SERVICE Highway 54 GRAHAM TRACTOR CO.. INC. Graham, N. C. FORD TRACTOR DEARBORN FARM EQUIPMENT Phone 6-2272 I. HOLT. JR.. LUMBER CO.. INC. Lumber and Building Ma'IeriaIs Phone 397 I GRAHAM. NORTH CAROLINA '7fnf,'. .Y IQPHLQ ! .J I Ii J, 7 .,, .,f. If . 411' I 3 , Q .il X - k K I I4 U ' KU V ' 'P X . . I . ff 75 gi'-'fd-KJ . lf-1g C.4fIJ.- ?"'bf FEL H+- l 5-"V" H g L fi 1 ,fQQ.!v1l?l-JMENJS TQFQ-H . wi mf - - 'l. J, ll ,J ,fn be-L. L D91-lJ v Co QOH I .3 fx f "M 'T' A J 3 , Wariol Ba lI1g.COI'Up ny 55 " nL4'wfI,' 1,-f,a4KIfI-'.f'-f'f'i YVLL, -'ga IA' .3 E I i.jfr"7',-I,1i.l 4J.fL!.0L ,I-jj, ' 7, ci0AQ,a.KI5R5!'n0,3, ' K l inf, I A 01,1 PL- LEAN, I,,fQI,fZ. llfJ:,'uflCJl:riL il.I,,-'.x".,,!' I U, 4'-P EN' Ol' l'Pa0'411T+U5T93'5'fEAl7?p0i'I'9 f:6Al5E,L.3 I.,.L-.- I-PM If - I 7 If ikll,L,q,y,Kd, I gg Specializing in Srylish 'N " x DlAL 6-8535 fs Q Made-+o-Measure Clofhes for at H fjrfwjgbffiool Boys I I . "YOU DESIGN ITCWE MAKE lT" I MOTOR COMPANY f D Q' V f 1 Qbwwlx Hudson Sales and Service ff' 7 www .jffil-50 f ifjiffi' c. B. PHILLIPS I4I4 Webb Ave. 7,,,,fiZl l2'fi"j25E.,'5l Q14nCy+.uJgg,,, BURLINGTON, N. C. if . C. C. Grocery and Service ,Sraiionr kwtmfggo lgoacl, Graham PHONE 6-7562 fdoffjzciff SED CARS 7Jfl"'1F6r'Qef4UQ23'CQiQ7J UQ? 'Viiffb-i2L67W7 I WWZII Wi' BU IifINE?g'N' N. 17 If 'J-1 J' 77if'aJL, if . ' JOHN SEXTON a co. fm? AMW 7 V gyda IJUL? Du-4-sig., ' ' Manufaciuring Wholesale Grocers 'NCQ fam, J P. 0. Box 4I24 UQJDWW i Federal Annex X0-uf am W. Ailanfa 2, Georgia f ' LJ 1. 4 3 W"'ily1' 'f7Nf P hifnx I ,ii 1 Ullvsf 1. 'ikw jzff 'I 'xx Mark yy I- , ,E if L, ff 7 lp fly, Ijyjl' ' iff. ."' jlmfii QM' N Mt wfffifffve-ik-vQu iw' My ,W P 9 ,yf , fax 7' ,Q 'rw lg lm' ' R I, if cl. PP PuRNlTuRE,Qo9AfPA51y A 'adfx' gf, g 'f , i iff STORE No. n STORE No. 2 ih bi' X' , 'E 'ML89 w-fa" I39E D ' S+ 703 E D ' S+ , AIWJ fjlxNJ-C5Tqf'J'E?41geyslfpianfswyu- J' . avls . . avls . , -I A Y: ,r . I, rj -K!! s grit wi i1QR,AR,jAAk'1' 'iIj1C'K"l,j.1jf , ip" Ooinpleie Home Furnishers FQ '-R 1 7, if 'ff flfi' W Wi. K , W ffm my ii 75 4 A, f je- BURLINGTON, N. c. in ,I H .f' -ii if D lpliff R , ,i In LU -A I .1 I' i 4 If V Arg U Z i ,ii-Q, f " A itomplimenis of , R Lf' 'EW ,f"HAL's MEN'S SHOP . . . . 7 Fri ldalre A hances Q 9 PP "Things 'I'o wear for men who care ' H. L. 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