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

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If f -- nf-- 4' ,f' .117 , 5-AVL , J' f .iw . L . d V ,L if Adi. 4- VY 1. ,f , ., U ,1 sf Y -. ff, HZ'e9page57b.e1if:i1J hglgldd '1Semiffig93n'W?-1-fheifuvfupefil f""mA""""1'HE STAFF 'fig-Van jf ff J 7 Q4 fYra7Z,V,Lf,U4, ff?" ,, -- -fa --if - 44 f -vp Dedication An efficient teacher, a help- ful advisor, and an under- standing friend, it is a priv- ilege and an honor to dedicate to lVlr. Thomas W. Williams this 1956 edition of the Wil- sonian. Reverend Alexander Wilsoii was born near Belfast, Ireland, February 1, 1799. He received an excellent edu- cation in preparation for the practice of medicine and the ministry. He came to America and Baltimore in 1818 and soon thereafter to Raleigh. There he was associated with the Raleigh Male Academy. It was also there that his childhood sweetheart came and married him. He was li- censed by Orange Presbytery in 1830 and, as was customary, both taught and preached. He was associated with Vlfilliamsborough Academy before be- coming head of Caldwell Institute of Greensboro in 1835. This was moved in 1845 to Hillsboro. Dr. Wilson bought a tract of land, one mile north of the present school, and established a classical school there in 1851, where he taught with eminent success the last 16 years of his life. He was assisted by his sons, Alexander tLittle Docj, and Robert. He died July 22, 1867, and Was buried in Hawfields Church Ceme- tery. 4? -J-Qclf jwwwx 7 1 1 l I. i 'i I I I 1 4 35 4 ' !i ii G . 3' '. gl ,. 4 5 1 K V wzgtu C014 ,rica Diff: we 'Nd' Principal? Messag This yearbook will serve as a means of recalling many activities and associations of your high school days. As you recall these days it is hoped that your time spent here will become more precious to you. It should be remembered as a time of forming worth-While and lasting friendships, and as a time and place of associat- ing with Worth-while people. You have the very best wishes of the faculty. It is our hope that the very best will come to you for the future. I commend those who have worked on this yearbook. I be- lieve the contents will be val- uable to you in recalling many good times spent together. Cordially yours, 9 RUFUS H. ABERNATHY A.B.. Science MRS. SEAWELL W. BURKE A.B.. Social Studies. French SAMUEL A. COOPER. SR. B.S.. Agriculture MRS. GEORGE H. ENFIELD A.B.. English MRS. MALCOLM L. GOURLEY B.S.S.A.. High School Commercial MRS. RONALD MCINTYRE B.S.S.A.. Business MRS. A. BROWER MCPHERSON A.B.. English and Health MRS. GEORGE B, ROBBINS A.B.. Mathematics WILLIAM LEWIS ROBERTSON A.B.. Science, Physical Education MRS. OSCAR J. STUCKEY A.B.. Home Economics THOMAS M. WILLIAMS A.B,, Social Studies MRS. GEORGE S. BASON School Secretary ci. Q School Board ww, Wm: Q J. A. Crabtree. E. P. Webster. Sr.. Chairmang W. W. Lambeth, A. W. Holmes. Sr.. T. R. Crawford. A Place to work. C4 lx 5 x :mms L U M A Place to plav 1 'f iw T 1 ffafssw LEXANDER 'WILE acher in Piedm ,S-.N unhes e ,, Senior Class OFFICERS THOMAS GILES HUNTER ,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,, President ROBERT WARREN DILKS ,..,.... Vice President JEAN CATES WAGONER ,,,...,.,,.,...,.... Secretary WALLACE CLAYTON SNIPES ,,,,..., Treasurer MOTTO Aim High, But Reach Higher COLORS Blue and White- FLOWER White Carnation P 4 'NNW' FRED JUNIOR ABERCROMBIE PETE AnytlIing for a quiet life. Class Treasurer 2: FFA Club 1. 4: Bus Drivers' Club 3. EVELYN MAE ALLEN EVELYN Not too serious, not too gay. a likeable girl in every way. Class Treasurer 2: FHA Club 1. 2. 3. 4: Glee Club 2. 3: Monogram Club 2. 3. 4: Wilsonian Staff 4: Cheerleader 2. 3. 4. Chief 4: Superlativf-. FAYE DEAN ASHE FAYE DEAN 5,1825 not a goddess. an angel. a lily or pearl. Sl1E.S just that zvlzirlz is sweetest. rompletest anzl rzeatest. .4 :leaf little. quiet little, sweet little girl. JACKIE KENNETH BARNES BUTTER Rare Contpounfl of quality. noble and true .4 plenty of wit anzl goorl sense, too. Vice President of Class 2: Football 1. 2. 3. 4: Basketball 4-. Manager 2: FFA Club 1: Monogram Club 1. 2. 3. 4: 4-H Club 1: Student Council 3. 4. Vice President 3. Presi- dent 4: Social Council 3: Marshal 2: Dramaties 3: Editor- in-Chief of Eagle 3: Class Tvstator: Superlativf-S. ERNEST EVERETT CARDEN CO0T As Crazy as Dopey. as Cute as llur, as mean as Grumpy. but a good olfl soul. '... Football 2. 3. 4. Co-Captain 4: Baseball 3. 4: FFA 1. 2. 3, 4: Monogram Club 3. 4. Vice President 4. PATSY GREY CARDEN PAT Charming anfl pretty is slze, llay happiness in life lzer lot be. Basketball 4: FHA Club 1. 2. 3. 4: 4-H Club 1. 2. 3. 4. VIRGINIA Lou CARIJEN GINNI' Wlzen hearts are true. few words will do. Basketball 1. 2. 3. 4: FHA Club 1. 2. 3. 4: 4-H Club 1. JEAN CATES WAGONER PAT tWin1l Cannot follow it, nor zvorrls express lzer infinite Sweetest. Class Secretary 1. 2. 4: Basketball 1. 2. 3. 4: FHA Club 1, 2. Parliamentarian 3. Vice President 4: Monogram Club 1, 2, 3. Secretary and Treasurer 4: 4-H Club 1. 2. 3: FHA Queens Court 2. 3. 4. Marshal 2. 3: Social Council 3: Student Council 3. 4: Superlatives. www fwlw-" """""'ewveN" 'W' A GRATHA MAE CAVINESS MAE She is pretty to walk with, and witty to talk with, and pleasant, too, to thinlf on. Class Secretary 33 FHA Club 1. 23 Marshal 33 Eagle Staff 33 Miss Alexander Wilson Court 43 Class Poet3 Super- latives. CARL CHURCH NATURE Boy lt doesnlt pay to worryg Things are bound to happen anyway. FFA Club 1, 2, 3. GALE MADELINE CooK lSLEY COOKIE Soft to the wealf and noble to the strong. Class Treasurer 13 Basketball 13 FHA Club 2, 3, 4, Treas- urer 43 Queenls Court 33 Queen 43 Monogram Club 3, 4. Secretary 43 Cheerleader 3, 43 Clee Club 2, 43 Superlative. JUDY LENA CORDELL SPEEDY A good woman is a wondrous creature. Transfer from Owen High 43 Class President 23 Basketball 1, 2, 3, 43 Track 1, 2, 33 FHA Club li Monogram 2. 3, 43 Clee Club 3g Bible Club 33 Latin Club 33 Beta Club 3. PATRICIA ANN COUTURIER PAT Live amid love and laughter, without love and laughter there is no joy. Transfer from Pittsboro High 33 Class Secretary 23 Basket- ball 1, 2, 3, 43 FHA Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Reporter 23 Mono- gram Club 1, 2, 3, 43 Glee Club 1, 2, 33 4-H Club 1, 2, 3, Recitation Contest 2. HERMAN THEODORE CRAWFORD, JR. EGGY First in sports, first in the game, he has made for himself a remembered name. Football 1, 2. 3, Co-Captain 33 Basketball 3. 43 Baseball 1, 2, 3, 43 FFA Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Vice President 3. President 43 Monogram Club 1. 2, 3. 43 Superlatives. ROBERT WARREN DILKS BOBBY The glory of a firm, capaeious mind. Vice President of Class 43 Football 3, 43 Baseball 2. 33 Basketball 1, 33 Student Council 2, 33 Social Council 3g Monogram Club 3, 43 Glee Club 33 FFA Club 1, Treas- urer3 Creed Contest3 Parliamentary Procedure Team3 Dra- matics 2, 33 Superlative. JEANETTE MARIE FARRELL JEANETTE lVever idle a moment, but thrifty and thoughtful of others. Basketball 1, 2. 3, 43FHA Club 1. 2. 3. 43 4-H Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Secretary 43 Monogram Club 2, 3, 43 Miss Alexander Wilson Court 3, 43 Wilsonian Staff 33 Superlative. MARCIA PATTERSON FARRELL PAT l care not who writes the laws ol the country so long as I may listen to its songs. Basketball 2. 3. 43 FHA Club 1, 2. 3. 43 Monogram Club 3, 43 C-lee Club 43 Bus Drivers' Club 43 Social Council 4: Miss Alexander Wilson Court 43 Marshal 2. SHELBY JEAN FARRELL SQUIRREL Full of pep and ,lull of lun. she is lilred hy everyone. Basketball 1. 2. 3, 4, Captain 4: FHA Club 1. 2. 3. 4. Treasurer 2. Assistant Treasurer 3. Secretary 43 FHA Court 2, 3. 43 Monogram Club 1. 2. 3. 4: 4-H Club 1. 2. 33 Student Council 13 Superlative. PEGGY ESTHER HOLT PEG It's good to be merry and wise. It's good to be honest and true. Glee Club 2. 33 44H Club 1. 2, 3. THOMAS GILES HUNTER FLETCH Whatever the situation. he is r1e1'erSpeeclIle.s5. Class President 1, 4: Class Treasurer 33 Football 13 Basketball 4: Baseball 2, Managen FFA Club 13 Student Council 43 Eagle Staff 3. Chief Reporter3 Bus Drivers' Club 3. 4: Wilsonian Staff 41 Dramatics 33 Superlative. PATRICIA ANN JOHNSON PAT A helping hand to always lend. that is what nzalfes Pat a friend. Clee Club 2. 33 Marshall 3: Superlative. TROY DEAN JOHNSON SLIM A witty tongue and a fF!I'I-V will, whatever you want he can fill the bill. Transfer from Central High 4: Baseball 1: Basketball 4: Photography Club 33 Homework Anonymous Club 2. 3. BARBARA KAY JONES MIGHTY MITE Worry and I have never met. Basketball 1. 2, 43 FHA Club 1, 2. 3, 4g Glee Club 2. 33 4-H Club 1, 23 Mascot 19443 Miss Alexander Wilson. Jr.. 1952-533 Wilsonian Staff 4, Art Editor3 Giftorian 43 Superlative. JIMMY ALLEN JONES JIMMY 1,11 be merry and free, I'll be sad for nobody. FFA Club 1, 3, Reporter 1. ADFQNQ 'ffnvf' ,i.-: 'Ov www WQPPMN-av 15-' -na' Huy-yT"""! wluvrf -'Ivy ELLA RAE JUSTICE ELLA RAE To love and be loved is the greatest happiness of existence. Class President 2g Cheerleader 33 FHA Club 1, 2, 3, 4, FHA Court 33 Monogram Club 33 Glee Club 2, 33 Marshal 33 Superlative. ROGER DEAN JUSTICE DEAN Happy am I3 from care lim free, Why aren't all content like me? Baseball 3, 43 FFA Club 1. 2. 3. 43 Monogram Club 3, 43 Bus Drivers' Club 4. ,JOHN DIXON KINIREY, JR. J.D. ln quietness, ancl convfiflence shall be your strength. FFA Club 1, 2. 3, 4: Superlative. CAROL ANNE LASHLEY CAROL A nzerry' heart nzalfetli a cheerful countenance. 4-H Club 1, 2, 33 Cvlee Club 2. 43 Bus Drivers' Club 3. 4. LINDA CRAWFORD LONG LYNN Slze was one of tlie quiet kind, wlzose natures never vary. Clee Club 3: Superlative. DELMAR WARREN MCADAMS MAC Women, women, I like tliem all. Football 2, 33 Baseball 1. 2. Managerg FFA Club 1: Monogram Club 3, 43 Marshal 2. 3. 4. Chief 43 Dramatics 2, 33 Feature Editor Of Eagle Staff 33 Wilsvnian Staff 3. 4, Editor-in-Chief 43 Social Council 3: Superlative. RAYMOND RONALD MCPHERSON BLUE TlIj' matlesty is a candle to tlzy merit. Baseball 23 FFA Club 1. 2. 3, 4. ROBERT HEWITT MERRITT RABBIT Not tlzat l like stzzrly less, but that I lilre fun more. FFA Club 13 Social Council 43 Class Prophetg EditOr-in- Chief of Eagle 4: Superlatives. LANE LANDON MULLIS LUCKY Ash' me no questions and l'll fell ,sou no lies. Transfer from Endy High 3g Basketball lg FFA Club 1, 2, 3, 4-H Club 23 Glee Club lg Marshal 3, Bus Drivers' Club 2, 3, 4. JUDY ANDREA NEEDHAM JUDY Light of the world and star of the human race. 4-H Club 1, 2, 3, 43 FHA Club 1, 2.3, 43 Clee Club 2, 4, Wilsonian Staff 4, Snapshot Editor. BARBARA ANN RAY BOOTS Merrily, merrily, lshall live now. School store worker 33 Superlative. ODEAN RILEY DEANIE Some ladies wed but some love and adore them. Basketball 1, 2, 41 FHA Club 1, 2, 3, 4: Glee Club 2, 3g 4-H Club 1, 2, Superlative. JACK F ARRELL HONEY JACKSON Not exactly afraid of worlf, but rather not be intimately associated with it. Football 1, 33 Basketball 1. 2g FFA 1, 4. J OHNNIE LEA ROBERSON JOHNNIE A good name is rather to be chosen than great riches. FHA Club 1, 2, 3, 4, President 4, FHA Court 4, Miss Alexander Wilson Court 3g Marshal 3. GLENDA LEE SCOTT DIMPLES As welcome as sunshine in every place is the beaming approach of a gooa'-natured face. FHA Club 1, 2, 4g Glee Club 3, 4, 4-H Club 1. RAYMOND FRANKLIN SMITH FRANK I grow old learning something new every day. Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4g Football 2, 3, 4, All-Conference 3, 43 Monogram Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 4, FFA Club 1, 2, 3, 4, 4-H Club 1, 2, Vice President 2g Superlative, WALLACE CLAYTON SNIPES PIERCE Reasoning at every step lie treads. Class Secretary lg Class Treasurer 4g Class President 2g FFA Club 1. Secretary. Parliamentary Procedure Teamg 4-H Club 1: Clee Club 4: Bus Drivers' Club 3, 4g Eagle Staff 33 Wilsonion Staff 4. Associate Editorg Superlatives. ROSA ANN STANLEY 120515 A sweeter girl yazfll never find. always considerate and oli, so lrind. FHA Club 2. 3. 4: Glee Club 2. 3. 4. JOHN ALv1s WEBSTER AB An opportunity well talfen is tlie only weapon of advantage. Class President 1. 35 Basketball 1. 2. 3. 4g Football 1. 3g ffm' Social Council 4. Presidentg Wilsonian Staff 3. 4, Assistant Z, Advertising Manager 3. Advertising Manager 4g Superla- - tive. NANCY CARROLL WEBSTER NANCY We wall: by faith, not by sight. e-4--- tb-sw Class Vice President 31 Basketball 1. 2. 3. 4. Manager 3g FHA Club 1. 2. 3, 4, Historian 4: Class Historian 4g Wilsonian Staff 4. Business Manager. CONSTANCE LOU WILLIAMS Co1v1v1E And when once tlze lzeart of a maiden is stolen, tlie maiden. A , 7 lierseljl will steal after it soon. Basketball 1. 2, 3g FHA Club 1. 2, 3. 4g FTA Club 3, 44 4-H Club 1. 2. 33 Clee Club 4g Monogram Club 1. 2, 3. 4. 'W' OMAR CARLOS WOODS, JR. HOMER i""""""w Not too serious, not too gay, but altogetlier 11 jolly good fellow. Football 1. 2. 3, 4, Captain 4g Basketball 3. 4g Baseball 1g Monogram Club 2. 3. 4. President 4g FFA Club' 1. 2. 3. 4g Wilsonian Staff 4. Sports Editorg Bus Drivers' Club 4. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Hobby ':.. ' ' 4- ,A H V ' A ,V x Rev. and Mrs. Charles W. Nanney 5 ' .. C753 M as Cot , ,,, All "!V E A r 7 M asco t KENNETH l. Wg: 'We , LISA son of G., -" C daughter of Class History What could be more exciting to seventy-two little green freshmen than to be upon the threshold of a new world? Now we had reached our long awaited dream of going to high school. We little freshmen. all but afraid. were looking forward to our first big year. There were too many of us to be put into one classroomg hence two homeroom groups were made and advised by Miss Eloise Davis and lVlr. Thggrags For our class officers, we elected Tommie Hunter and Allis WQBb.512I, Presidentsgz Max Guthrie and D,Q,LLLQ,u Vice Presidents: Jean Carolyn Cates and Wlallage Spipgg, Secretariesg Qale Cook and Deanna Coble. Treasurers. Then we settled down to work in order that we might be better able to cope with the problems which arose throughout the year. The second year was somewhat more promising for the fifty-three silly sophomores. who had become better acquainted with their new enviromnent. Again the class was divided into two groups. section one guided by Mrs. Robert Scott and section two advised by Mrs. S. C. Burke. Wallace Snipes and Ella Bae Justice served as Presi- dents of the respective classes. As juniors we felt rather important after we had been united into one big group with Mrs. S. C. Burke as our Advisor. We helped with the school annual, The Wilsoniarz and next we worked on the school paper, "The Eagle? Ordering and receiving our class rings was a big event but so was the Junior-Senior Banquet with its theme of g'Harbor Lights." It is difficult to say which event thrilled us most. We do think it was a wonderful year and our President, Alvis Webster, capably led us. Finally the big year arrived-the year that we had been working forward to for so long. At last we are seniors and our goal in life is not so far off. Officers had to be elected and definite plans for the year had to be made. With Tommie Hunter as our Presidentg Bobby Dilks. Vice President: Jean Carolyn Cates. Secretaryg and Wallace Snipes, Treasurer, our class began its work. Elections for the annual staff were held and Delmar McAdams was chosen editor. Work immediately began on The Wilsonian. Later the newspaper staff was chosen and Robert Merritt was elected editor. Again the Junior-Senior Banquet rolled around, and another mile-post in our lives had been reached. Although our twelve years at Alexander Wilson have been short, we have had many happy experiences and made many friends that will be part of us forever. Nancy Webster H iszorian x , 1' 4: . A 'J , ,yi 9 1 ,C ix 1 YM.-f 'S 3' 5 . 'Q rv Q M .g.g. v'x'u' v'v'h nan 51 x 1 f . . H. . . . . . X '1 '. . is ,, .. N , X X 'W m MNT. X X KK.: XK I Qi:-v I I e a sf- , . M 1 k Z 1 wx X AX vw lx X 3 gem Q ,QQ -w,.f1?f3Tx A ' 1 aa , 'sf 1 Q:-s. wa. 21,1 ve- N , 'tl1'f1jj-Q. "f.fr'3Q5Q - 5-W w. K . . Wa ' ' wa 'tin' MS. . 7 f Q" N , ' y . "f Ax 1: 4 . w ,v fx' Norman Sammy Allen Sarah Belch Williani Larry Bolden Patricia Ann Brady Mary Ellen Brown James Delmer Burgess Larry Rudolph Chappell Marvin Lee Coble Mervin Dale Coble Glenda Ann Cole Mary Alice Crawford Ronnie James Crutchfield Bobby Jene Davis Jerry Benton Davis Clara Jean Dodson Howard Hugh Doss Rosa Lee Dunlap Jo Ann Dunn James Cray, Jr. Glenda Lane Hall -1' 'Ww- , bt' 6 . , Visa ' 1 A od., 4 ilk" 2 ,I .mmsga ww, - , . f'if"f"-'fn nf-.W-'gr 'B W' 'Y ,gfw Q G, 4es.,.WW f fy, " -iisiff 1154? "'0-'wwf 755 I"'S, -r' i 'S Audrey Kay Henderson Mary Louise Henderson Reba Joyce Hubbard 'sf ' M ,sw " Margaret Marie Holt f i J in M? was i 2 V91 ,ii James Thomas lsley Margaret Jane Landis Johnnie Elizabeth Lipscomb Andy Baxter McPherson John Richard Moody Shelby Jean Murchison John Allen Murray Don Wiley Noah Duke Bryant Paris Peggy Pass Payne Melvin Allen Pendergraph Lonnie Clayton Reynolds Freddie Braxton Rice Edna Elizabeth Riddle James Gray Scarlett Nancy ,lane Scott Jayne Inez Shaw Sonny Simmons Shelba .lean Taylor Charlie Arthur Thompson Dorothy Ellen Wagoner Donalcl Leroy Walton Robert Clyde Webster 4--. 'WK I W WW' Tommy Wilson White A 1 The Seniors "At Homen vim: Kenneth Wayne Williams Neal lVloKinley Williams Not pictured: James Harold McPherson W :nm Q 0 phomore Class OFFICERS SECTION "I" BILLY EUGENE CUMM ............,,........ President LINDA PATRICIA JUSTICE ,... Vice President NANCY BURKE THOMPSON ,,,,.,,,,... Secretary LEONARD DARRELL PENDERCRAPH ..,....-., Treasurer SECTION "Av MARDEAN EVERETT ALLEN ....,,.... President RONALD WADE ALLEN ....,,,,,,,. Vice President JANET CATHERINE CRAWFORD .,,, Secretary CURTIS CLINTON ISLEY ,,,...,,...,.... Treasurer ? 5 N. f 3,2 X Ab fb kr, J Mardean Everett Allen Ronald Wade Allen Sylvia Jean Bailey Darrell Barrett Karon Fay Bason Judy Leigh Brady Bobby Brown Betty Jane Carden Eunice Elizabeth Clapp Ronald Charles Clapp Marilyn Jeanette Coble Elgin Christopher Cook Judy Mae Cook Emma Marie Crawford Janet Catherine Crawford Lois Dunn James Lee Enoch Ruby Carolyn Farrell Wanda Marie Farrell Robert Cornelious Fitts Billy Lenoir Frazier Bobby Wayne Glosson Billy Eugene Gumm Martha Jane Guthrie Janice Odette Holt Charles William lngold Curtis Clinton Isley ..., i -2' -. ,. , 'i ' qw. b uxg .. , :,,., -----:21Ir' 5 'Vw . , 2 W w ., Y A S, - FMF" 'QQQHH' 1 '-N-w-., . 5 J 0 X W' -9'9" x FV WN 1-.-SP' J: Y x Donald Ray lsley Gloria Ann James Donald Dean Johnston Linda Patricia Justice Ronald Thomas Lashley Alton Linnie Mann Betty Jean Marshall Bernard Alfred McPherson Carol Eunice McVey Bobert Howard Moore Reggie Beam Owen Leonard Darrell Pendergrap Nancy Carolyn Quakenbush Fred Eugene Saunders Martha Jane Schronce Joseph Douglas Scott Lorene Short Norman Sid Smith Dewey Robert Stone Nancy Burke Thompson Patsy Marie Wagner George Randolph Webster Jack Alton Webster Carolyn Faye Whitesell h Freshman Class OFFICERS SECTION "lu HERBERT GARLAND DILLARD ,,,,,, President DAVID NELSON COX ....,,,,,,,,s... Vice President PENNY LOUISE PARRISH .,,,,........... Secretary JESSIE LEE ALBRIGHT ......,. ,.,,,.. T reasurer SECTION NA" ROY LEE NEWTON ..,..,,,,,,,,,,...,......... President JERRY HOMER BOWMAN ,,,,,,,, Vice President MARY ANN DODSON ...,,,.,, ,,,,,,t,... S ecretary SHERRY CLAUDINE LOY ...,, ...,.., T reasurer 0 Q O.: O O N L 622 A l .l 1 .- 5 ,-'L Q9 W gulf rl UCI 2 if s B. 455' 429'-I Jessie Lee Albright John Larry Ashe Joseph Ervin Bason Jaxie Marie Belch Jerry Homer Bowman James Edwin Bradshaw Leslie David Brewer Henry Grady Bright Paul Douglas Brooks Linda Fay Brown Rebecca Carolyn Carden Karen Wilberta Clapp Peter Calvin Cohle Nancy Lucile Cordell Edith Adelaide Couturier David Nelson Cox Jo Ann Cox Judy Mae Davis Herbert Garland Dillard Mary Ann Dodson Jean Carolyn Enoch Elam Franklin Fitts Wiley Newell Fuller Shirley Jean Holmes Willie June Holt Sandra Kay lngold Doris Jeanette Johnson Gerald Edward Johnson Mae Frances Johnson Wahorn Johnson Barbara Garner Dorothy Ceylon Jones Nancy Carol Justice David Tyrone Kelley Patricia Ann Lindsey Betty Jane Long Sherry Claudine Loy Willialn Edward McAdams Robert James McGhee Merita Kay Moser Barbara Asbury Mullis Larry Eugene Murray Roy Lee Newton Larry Norris Henry Newton Owen Nancy Carolyn Parker Penny Louise Parrish Bertha Joan Perry Swannie Jean Perry Lavena Raye Phillips Margaret Patricia Ramsey Wilda Joyce Ray Johnnie Lester Rice Margaret Ann Rice 3' s 45 X X E , lg J 1. ii. , ,V . -sf-' :ii -' ,-2 I -, ?6qw,x 'QR' li 3 X is si 3 1 , .,ra- gm, .... . Q t W V . ' 'N ..,. - -11-, Jenne Marie Sinclair Shirley Ann Smith Thomas Lacy Teague Larry Lee Tingen Cyrus Preston Wells Jack Ellis Westbrook Marsha Leonard Williams Patricia Ann Wilson , ...px YW ' U il.-w 2 I I .4 an 5? B1 best Flzrt FRANK QIVIITH ODEAN RILEY hoice Ng... Most lllzsclzzet ous KW fs -1:1-gt Ii-xii, 'i---g Uost Talented KAY JONES BOBBY DILKS B? 2? 9 lf , Q , .,,, . BARB ARA RAY HERMAN CRAW FORD Best Looling ELLA RAE JUSTICE ROBERT MERRITT it r I ,, . ,f l if "-"1 F rtendlzest Most Intellectual PATRICIA JOHNSON Most Lzlnely to Succeed GRATHA MAE CAVINESS ALVIS WEBSTER WALLACE SNIPES K' ' A x ' ,' "In all their Dignityw YVLAU Xfvl ,,Li4f.,,.. Ng, r fi I i 1 ' ' i J 1 1 - -x we Qi S . P X xl U x , ' , enl0T USS Oelvn ' " J . ' ' 'A 62, ww h I: X up I R V, The joys of man are three: X' ' " "' f ' - WN fuyfl , 1 lb 097711 Mbit! To dreamg to dog and to be. , , 1 W - May we always dare to dream and dare to do !':,,f ,fr 'U . J ' ' , ' it Loving the truth and being to ourselves true. W V 'W "V 'f"M UWA' , , For all the hopes and fears, K, f' -'N-X - '41, ,r-J ' That will fill our coming years, 7 X 9' 4 X .X I, A A 2 - " We'1l come hack gladly to dear days of old . . . " N xl-qliL.J:,l4,,d H ' Xu , eg' In the light of our yesterday's radiant glowg Q mg E' 'QT' i Agua Always back to our school days of long ago. K , vv i I ,UL QKQX AQ ' az i , Crooked paths go everywhere . . . ,, KK . ' p V N li' , 4 ' But the straight ones we must follow, K J' e"ff K: l . t JL ,660 Over the long road of hopes and fears . . . hy i ' ' K W To meet the needs and demands of tomorrow. fix, MMM, H , , f 2 ,lg ,e , Lv I 'gojktj We have been "Crammed with knowledge" . W And stuffed until our heads are numbg L ,V ' -Q ' ' "ml M if Q-LL We've had lectures until we're so tired . . . if ' X-f Uk 1 '-JWJT WM That our brains are just "out of plumbf' ff ' N - ,UAL ' ' 't"1I"' eff 'lx Q f Math has caused us grief and groaning' l ff 7 Theme writing has exhausted our assurance . . fx" l is N Q-Q ,,g"v,Jgf1 LM L2 English has given us misery and moaning . . . I 'T But we've won through our endurance. N YN M 'wif No more in Alexander Wilson we'll shine . . . X f f TA , , But soon welll be the alumni here. my - ' f 6 i W , Even when we're far away . . . ,ag 1 We'll tell her goodness 'till we're old and grey! N , 4 J ',.f.. -....., , ,fl 5 ' f ',LU.Ui,l And now, school of our early days, W 19 ' ' 5' 'ff-Ai'-.ll Y j We, who will always sound your praise . fl .,,, w 724-H-'E Shall not forget the honor due thee . M'5'4"'v tg -- 'Q iL17,,5'Q Who gave us faith to say . . . ur, x ,e "Aim High but Reach Higher" . .. UQ si, so 4 , 5,6 X1 tjhis life that starts a new today . . . V 7 K -7' 'lg ' 1 ' 'jx , n inspires us to dream, to do, and to be. " -if N , -1-5- g ,Lx , , 1' 1 X fbi!! Gratha Mae Caviness 4 ' 1 i f , i Class Poet A 'VX ' , X ax i ff k-,1X'qx """""""' ' ' ' 'A""'l Al x - ll , l U U , F I I 4 e W Eg . , Y wwe: Good Citizenship Council QE-ated left to r1 ht Nhnly Snnth jo Ann Cox Nancy Scott Martha Schronce Secretary Jackxe Barnee Prefsldent TOITIITIIC Hunter Jean Carolyn Wa one-r Lonnle Reynolda qtandm Bllly Gumm Treaaurer Duke Parxq Vxce Pre ldent Mr Robblna Adu or Socwl C oun C11 " If 1 Alvis Webster. Presidcntg Rob'-rt Merritt. Vice- Prcsidentg Mary Brown, Secre-taryg Johnnv Rice, Treasurer. ' M' . az 4: J ',,.,, ' 6' , gmt' 15" '1 N 5 ts- A, A .Y Wllsoman Staf f Seated, left to right: Nancy Webster, Business Manager, Evelyn Allen, Typist: Wallace Snipes, Associate Editorg Delmar McAdams, Editor-in-Chiefg Kay Henderson, Associate Editorg Kay Jones, Art Editor. Standing: Mrs. G. B. Robbins, Advisorg Judy Needham, Snapshot Editorg Patricia Brady, Associate Art Editorg Tommie Hunter, Typist, Alvis Webster, Advertising Managerg Junior Woods, Sports Editorg Clara Jean Dodson, Assistant Business Manager, Duke Paris, Assistant Advertising Managerg Dorothy Wagoner, Sports Editor. ,af -es' X A Newspaper Staff lil Seated, left to right: Johnson, Caviness, Merritt, Stanly, Williams, Reynolds. Standing: Scott, Wagner, Cordell, Justice, Barnes, Farrell, Lashley, Farrell. Front row, left to right: Reba Hubbard, Patricia Brady, Karon Bason, Wanda Farrell, Nancy Scott. Second row: Curtis Isley, Freddie Rice, Chief, Sammy Allen, Donald Johnston, Duke Paris. W.- Officers: Jean. Dodson, Presidenlg Kay Henderson, Vice Presidentg Nancy Scott, Secretary, W Dorothy Wagoner, Treasurer, Sarah Belch, Parliamentariang Nancy Webster, Historian, Patricia Y Brady, Reporterg Mrs. Robbins, Advisor. l 1 --1 an Q' ' 'fi 'Sir .VWKS ,., mu K Mfg 61329 Q f 1 E if 1 z IM 'gb-F -nun if xe X I 'SW 9 ' s , S vi Girls, Basketball Interest, enthusiasm, and participation have been high on our girls' basketball team. We have tried to Win both scores of each game. We are proud that the girls have won the respect of both the fans and opponents. :-1 ,, 5 .. W " 1 Wlltgxim sf '-jg? E ,,. Q W -- Qs EAGLETS SHELBY FARRELL, Captain JUDY CORDEL, C0-Captain RUFUS H, ABERNATHY, Coach First row: Brown, Scott, Wagner. Dunn, Holt, N. Cordell, Parrish. Second row: S. Farrell, J. Cordell, Courturier, Carden, Jones, Webster, J. Farrell, P. Farrell. Third row: Bailey, Quaken- bush, Justice, Schronce, Abernathy, Coach, Smith, Cox, Loy, Dodson. Boys, Basketball With the return of only three lettermen and aninexpedencedteann dm uEagkU boys through outstanding team spirit and a win- ning desire became a first division team. EAGLES RONNIE CRUTCHFIELD, Captain Kneeling, left to right: Williams. Carden, Barnes, Moore. Crutchfield, Hunter. Standing: Smith, Allen, Thompson, Rice, Woods, Webster, Robertson, Coach. ARTHUR THOMPSON. Co-Captain WILLIAM LEWIS ROBERTSON, Coach 47 f--...J gr? ,W Q SCHEDULE AND SCORES Ba-Sebllll Alexander Wilson Y,7, 6 Haw River ,,... ,,,,, 4 Alexander Wilson ,,,, 6 Eli Whitney ,,,,,, .,l,. 5 Alexander Wilson ,,,, 3 E. M. Holt ..AA..,. ..... 6 Alexander Wilson ,,,, 6 lVlebane ,,,.,,,,....., ..,,. 3 Alexander Wilson ,,,, 9 Sylvan ,,,,,,,...,,,,.,...... 1 Alexander Wilson ..,. 15 Pleasant Grove ..,..... 0 Alexander Wilson ..., 10 Elon ,,,,,,,,,,,,,.,.,i.....,.. 1 Alexander Wilson ..,. 9 Altamahaw Ossippee 0 Alamance County Championship Game Alexander Wilsoli ,,,, 2 Eli Whitliey ...,,,....,... 3 3105 69 l First row, left to right: Isley, Justice. Crutchfield, Crawford, F. Smith. Second row: McPherson Caviness. Thompson, Dilks. Allen, Farmer, Carden. Third row: S. Smith. Davis, Phillips, Owens Abernathy. ,... ' SSN VW sy 1 tx can sg' f J HERMAN CRAWFORD, Captam LARRY ISLEY. C0-Captain v N. 'Ns .J , Fi Wpifi 4 s ID R db First row. ltlft to right: Doss. F. Smith. Paris. W'illiam:-. Mundy. Uilkf. 504171111 nm-g Mt-Phermn, Scarlett. Riff-. Barnes. Whml, 5. Smith. Carmiwn. Lashlr-5. Tllirfl row: W1-lla JHIIIJ5. We-lute-r. Perltlergraph, Jvwlmston. Colmlc. Allwn, Pitts, Mann. Football O TEES V., ,.,. O J U . ff , . Vw 1 Coach and Cn-Captains CARDEN ROBERTSON WOOD v ' AQ IGI' W H Q M., 31 I ff 11 xx N X I ,X 2 QW QOH X xx 'X " M 'NX I .I,.I..,,v, Hn 4 , A , fv.'Izs:'-WII Ms '- w Q X X X KW- I I f'qkvIg,v.I'1e+.- ,I : X --SSXQR Aff.. 3 vX I X I , I w I I If N I -,S S-K VI I I wx In IX II I -MI'-IX , w ' f , IN Irwx INMI v IYN - X Q I I,,ImwW,N I H II! Ii Ny NX M X vx Km. Xxmw I , N wg 4 NNW IKM I I xXx 5 S, N ., -NX N, :'I3'EfY:A.nIQ2?wII 552335 :I m1s1:,'-f1,335S:f5?f:f" QI' ' O Nugigg- fp 4Ig:-I,-.QI1fQ:gfQgI,::.f',g,X'WE:-rf, "Q x .x ,gs Ig- ' h , 1 1: ' I ' -,QP-tiff. l-IW I WN IW' , 'Y X ' 'P -. , ' .sql-I,-I 9 I , N If Y .- Lyn I Ev-4 -1 'Q if 'My' rx 'E 5 - by 4 - JACKIE ,f- BARNES Our Luyal Iimmstf-rs v I -nm I , , I ,QP W, I ..,....'. Q.. , ..,, EVER ETTE LARDEN hug JUNIOR WOODS JUNIOR WOODS ARTH UR THOMPSON - If . .W Mmm I '--4...,,3MH SID SMITH RONNIE CRUCHFIELD FREDDIE RICE KENNETH WILLIAMS H 6' .il I A "3 .4 1-1 . ' 'W 'ik ll f C u u Ibunor QQ MW' HXDY STARR BOWMAN Best Girl Athlete 1955 Salutalorian 1955 Nui COLEMAN PERRY OWEN Best Boy Athlete 1955 MARGARET CRAWFORD KELLEY Ialerllctorzan 19.99 GEORGE BASON GAIL COX NANCY SCOTT JEANETTE FARRELL Best .-ill Round 1055 Runners-up State Dairy Denzonstration CONTESTANTS: Kay Hvnderson, Patricia Johnson, NanCy Scott. Runner-up: jvan Carts Wagom-r, ' Mary Brown. Patsy Earrr-ll, Clara Jean Dodson. Jeans-tie Farrell, Louise Henderson, Cratha Maf- Caxinwx. Rvlma Hulvlward, Durnthy WV3gOHt'T. My , 1' x ,- I IPWWMMM R. F. SMITH SERVICE STATION AND GROCERY Groceries-MeaI's-Feed Gas and Oil g mf fi' LIRCIWPIWQQQIM QAM MM ,UMWIONU-voGuE .OSIERY MILL INC. HIGHEST QUALITY PRICE AND SERVICE RouI'e No. 2, Graham, N. C. KJ W I . 1 I W G Phone 8792 I IIiII fg Exsg?uNE,I3,R-fos RY 4 A f If IJRIKXQIQP or - MARY'S FLOWER SHOP IV , I' l' W5 GIF OPM' Weddings-Funeral Designs . Highway 87 FREE DELIVERY SERVICE Ur JJ' U Phone 3296 'J' , 1 f ' 5' H517 WI - V 4 ' L' -- Tqpgyfnj 9 ill 'If Ogg? I W Compliment of 65 A SEP? CARS EUNICE PAGE My .Fopggygf ed arg.. ,XVII GROCERY :EI -Egg I I 92 X R I X ROUTE NO. 2, GRAHAM, N. cwk . H, U H STREQJ O5-R I Pl'lOne 6'2 N!y F I QQ . , v I , 8, QQ , ,Q I - CT N .QNKSIE sg I I JEEJ-Bwcs' ' AMILTON 8: SMITH I Qi? ' WELL DRILLING co. , vw- C JI? 25 Yrs. Experience in K Q Est I889 W Well Drilling ' . GROCERIES, SEEDS7q PLANTS CHARLEgEgiIE'Qh"f:ELON AND - .. ' Gfahaml N- C- Phone 6-2468-8898 " I P.. O. Box 426 Graham, N. C. . ' I X I X- W, , 5mE,,,T1,f z 4, ,a,,,,,J'?,,,,,,.,, I-40-e, amzam ffL,.,g " HF-2 7-R DAIRY PRODUCTS I . ,L., 1 " viz? ' N 14S ,24-Jfd-J I MELVILLE DAIRY "AIamance Counl'y's Q Qnly Local, Independent Dairy" VYYI :jr .,.Jt!, A, 4 -.Qfi-'ff H V LL, Q - -if falfwmf u 1 ii 'qw'-d-AJ I MVJ ' 'I 1 J Q' -1 1: X -57 7 ' 43- v Il-4. . .J 5' A V4 'J .J I.- .f.!'J ' 14. il - S ,, -9 ' jg X HR , K --,' , .- ' ' N ' ,V ' ,, ,Q .J R R GRAFYAM ' ., ' R if popp E099 f CO., fl J J 'Z I J ,wwkaw H .1 'Service 'Fl1a+,Sa1'is'Fies rv, I fx ,J , WAX 1' 1, SINCE! l903 P 1' ' ' E 1 4 ,M 1 .5 Q 'Q QL ,. J, 1 f 4 ag, J :J 'GQ 3 1 -k uw '1 r ' 'J , EWS-1409 s 8. R GRILL R31 GRAHARAZN. Q. I L . , h J , fi 'I -'yr "ff . ,XX x V r Y 'db .J F- WL ' , . A' I - k S MEBANE'MO'I'OR co. ' R ," 'A V-, J- ' 1- -KR ' ev ' 1 I P 1, P -i fr E!! J SALES ' SERVIUE . ' fa I ' I' I' "- K-Q 400 W!'CEfj1-ER" 5'1-:wa , fJv1ilT-IEahs'r of Graham R ' " A" ' ig way 54 if H, , MEBANE, rf1,.c.,, if I . Phone 6-88,5 ' M, 'Rhone 3-ZEJ1' J AZSEMEKM M 9 mlm - Iv lbfRALg?A OPd :U2IIw+ svawf AZIIIIW- I 3. -ADUQJQ S U jx'-H 0--ua.. I . 1-xx . Ph : , NQL,iL?,.Z59 RDRUGE-SUNDRIFS-P TO SUPPLIES N-4'K.L, +A fem 62 A-L GIII.2II.IIIs:IIIz'IIf:IIII. M 5 s L0-vvgpr my -. My Ut-Haj I 0- -Ip-.ML-.' glib - M COWQUHILQIUI GRAHAM DYEING PQTRBEGTOE DS 8. FINISHING 5I"""S DW + I 556 4 166 f- so I-d Phone Is-I565 P ne M63 BURLINGTON, N. C. ..7ZI'.'-...ZALZLIQMW ,Z N,IIM,,EHfrWIW AH2m4IisERwraifu4MU 'du - M665 I n 2'I'r""' 10- ' 3 Q ntl!! GMA I 2Z""""' 23 gyv' D A NS E E RAI-IAM, N. c. dd 6 " Q7 V ra am, N. . fm. 5 - ,M CW! jj afwm . owwfe I I f yd ' . . abfghmj WW WWW' Groceries Mea'Is Fresh Mea'rs, Fresh Vegefables Frozen Foods "SERVICE THAT SATISFIES" 0, ' ,K-KQQHOE SHOP . . LLAR, Proprie+or Phone 6-593I Call for and Delivery Phone 6-3292 GRAHAM, NORTH CAROLINA M yGRAHAM, NORTH CAROLINA VK kffwfjw Iffwwwfwv owgjrw IMO Aihz' M. I Axnevqheqfbo V034 , ILVRO QU ,nf-ffwibevfzffl VW LII L AII?WZ,,,7W Aww 'QM 2 f , JMKPAWW' 'WI 71... M041-E, MIDVSAKQMNAN1 sim-ftp. Jag LJ MJ 17,124-E I, ,,, pecializing in Sfylish ,wus ?iga og6-f Made-fo-Measure Clofhes an Noh ns Fo - h Sch S l249 WEBB AVE. 145. ,Lt 4,3-v-gq, -CKETS 2:11 deli BURLINGTON, N. c. y 9,7 -4g66,,,,. Woolens-Ginglnams 1 -I-'AN' NE' TAI'-ORS Corduroy-Blouses BURLINGTON, N. c. K N Dungarees 'For all +I1e Family S Novellies KN N xg x., ' W all 4,,..,15ff..K,4 asf RI QTL- Q ' LA J ig LONGEST SHOE STORE N CITYTDVELVET STEP-WEATHER Q -D ' GRAHAM 11 ..:::i:1?:21:::.wg gf Graham, Nor'rI1 Carolina P. o. Box 526 V51 'I Graham, N. C. TSX ' R PEPSI COLA BOTTLING CO. of Burlingfon HIGHWAY 70 BURLINGTON. N. C. MECLURE ' rl' FUNERAL SERVI f GRAHAM, N. . Dial 27II E 605 Webb Avenue BurIing'I'on, N. C. Dial 7588 H B. Q X XX S. STRE Eg el is M R N -IN Ii Q I We Carry a CompIe+e Line of A+I1Ie+ic Equipmenl D IN for Bofh Team and Individual Player lx rx "It Pays to Play" COBLE SPORTING Goons coll gf' S ig II Q I R. X xl GREENSBORO, N. c. X 5 'RSX I Ii II I -. .rv ,BJ 1 64'- .J .J..:,5 -W, - Q LXQJ- .7'..L.1u . QU, fi!! rn 7344 - 'av 1' g E R .E g ',T i'1,' ' , ,, 0, ,,,1 T W ix f Ugkh MET T 5 LR N J ,I is fb ' 'fn il' " . fx-,f-.v f,J.,,., .4 1" -A ff .Ig It-,' alba Q . g , 1 -J M, ,J vm ' ,AA N D g -fix? Mk- gy gg-fi 1 'Til '3 -fu : f,.1- .-Jo. ,J I.. 0Qw,,gL 5 ilu T- xxx fiiksr--rt ' fgch- , if TL-A -x,,.',-N ua., as 5' f..xy. E.-5f.3RJ..f '.-sf ,'.i- ,Q 'kg-J 15- ,M U l ' Y T EGQAHAFA RRACTQRRECO., wc. 1 TWPHI' PS'-X' fRR,R, WR. Q, Y B fa If QKHXM, Rf. U R MOTOR, MPANY R Eb uh 'E"' M ETTae1'orxShEV Ft! rrhdEguiE Then? If Thx A g Hii3:j'7i'lf3leS SQ Sgfjffzs X-'J .k "'l"J' ygtfnli gba "" Jill' 2F4f'PHILLIPSj!f -fa- 16335-' ,ff E gn- E "' T 'ia 53524 " J A I45 4 Webb Ave. ak., Phone 6 272 , T- , 1? fl, ,e,e. - , -ja J- , -,f.BurWg:+UH. N. C. fl! fp fs .jf-.Jn . J s mx-V A ' ' A'-'Ein' ! 79? MLZWZWHGLT, JR., LUMBER co., INC. T Lumber and Building Maferials Phone 3971 Graham, Nor+h Carolina i ,....::f: 5 Lgpyi' Houssnom APPLIANCES I-mm ARPLHANCE T Rm FURNITURE STGRE 3555 Beiier Proclucfs for Happier Living - q SERVICE BEYOND THE SALE ' CECgL E, MQSER TELEPHONE 6-9074 XY E W. Elm Sireei' Graham- N- C- he f f E X T Complimenfs of THE NATIONAL BANK Complimenis of i ' h OF gAU-XMANCE 3 HAL'S MEN'S SHOP T T xg T if Griham. N- C- "Things +o Wear for Men who Care gg .R 'Tm:5rg43ERQr32gEFcE:3E::ATRi?:8fIlr H. L. MCADAMS, Proprieior - T , R Ph 6-I :33 JL E Serying The Communi+y Grshnaem' N. C. QTRL E. kSince JS99' ,H mx Q V . T N 9 E X 1 ' T' A 1 LI .QQL RWM We i fflln' of QM'5'g2',k,-,if 7 '5 If RI' AW MW ' ff W Complmenfs W IW 'fr ATH A FRIENQ WJ X H RY MILL, INC. A up WWKKA Manufadurers of Ladies' Full Fashioned Hosiery RICH AND THOMPSON GRAHAM Furnifure and Appliances NORTH CAROLINA Dia' 64202 GRAHAM, N. C. -J V '3 N ii I 1 . ,ITIARCLQURT ai ,c:o. I, ityrffvr' ,III I II by I ' MIN. 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